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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

A Model Army Contractor.—Walter Savage Lander, in his correspondence, mentions " an excellent old friend" of his, named Parkhurst, Who was appointed by Lord North a commissary in the English army during the period of the American Revolution. On his return to London, Lord North met him one day, driving in Hyde Park: "What, Parkhurst! you a commissary for several years, and still riding in the old, wornout family coach!" " Yes, my Lord, and thank Heaven, without a ¦hilling of public money in my pocket." " Well! that is something to be thankful for—truly," remarked the Minister, as he turned thoughtfully on his way to the meeting of the Privy Council.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

jfgpgm THE GREAT CAUSE OF d_£sW'K\JMAN MISERY. Just Pu/ilislied, in a Sealed Envelope. Price Six Cents A LECTURE BY D\i. CULVER WELL, ON THE CAUSE AND CUKE of _Spermatorrhoea, Consumption, _Mental and Physicu.1 Debility, Nervousness. Epilep-y; - rt"paiied Nutrition <.f rbe Body; Lassitude; Wen Ifnp«<>nfihe ijiinha und tha Back: IndiKpoMMun. _nnrt Incapacity for etudy and Labor: Di-iln_^_s of App'.e'ieiifriou; li«»« -if Memory: Aversion to Society; _Lovb _<>f S»: itn<le; Timidity: _SbX Distrust; Dizziness; Headache; Affections <if ibe Kyes : l'iuiples on _tlin i-a.ee ; Involuntary Emissions, _and Sexual Incapacity; the Consequences of Youthful Iu-<ii_>-c:"tiuu. &c lc. £9" This it(ituirablttLectnrH clearly proves that the above ennineraied, often self afflicted evils, mav he removed without medicine aud withi'in _daugeroun surgical operations, aud should be read by every jouth ;tud every man in the land. Sent und...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

DR. WM. B. HURD'S FOR THE CURE OF TOOTHACHE produced by exposed nerves. It is particularly adapted to all cases of ehildreu afflicted with TOOTHACHE. Parents ean relieve themselves from that distressing weariness caused by LOSS OF SLEEP, and their children from great suffering, by keeping a bottle of DR. WM. B. HUItD'S TOOTHACHE DROPS in the house. Price, only 12 Cents per Sottle.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

X0LL0CK-'S DANDELION COFFEE. rgMILS PK EPA HAT ION, MADE FKUM THE 8 best .In va Cone?-, is recommended by physicians as a superior NUTRITIOUS _ISEVBKAGE for _(_luneral Debility, Dyspepsia, and all bilious di....rders. Thousands who have be_^n c ' ini|»»!l«<i to a>>»nJ«n llic u»eof _cod_'_w will _u.-e ttii_* without injurious enVcts One cau contain* the strength of two pounds of ordin_;::-y u:>_iitte. I_'rice 2:"> c.-mts. KOLLOCE'S LEVAIN, The purest and best BAKING PuWDEK known, for making light, sweet aud nutritious Bread and cakes, _i_'rice Ifi cents. _Mauufiiuiured by M. H. K0LL0GK, Cl.emUt, Corner of Broad und Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. jffS~ Sold by ail Druggists and Grocers. [March 1-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

PllEMIUAI PHOTOGJRAPHS TOOK THE PREMIUM FOR BEST PHOTOGRAPHS AT THE IiAST SSRK& COUNTY PAIR. X_^VKRV PREMIUM YET AWAUDED FOR J2i Photf>Kraphic _LikeaeBses in Berks county, ban >>een giVflntoHCWAKD. HBintheclieapestttntlbeBtlnRHudinB. _«S" REMEMBER THE PLACK—East PenuSquare, southside, next to the Schinucker IlouKe. [oct 6-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

Excursions to Harrisburg & Back. f_»l_»c_^_M EXCURSION TICKETS SaStsStzSEEISmXgood for Three Days, _willbeinnaed to Harrisburg and back, until farther notice, at 91 _tid (half price), from Reading; and at KKDI7CKD _Katks from all Stations on the Lebanon Valley and Heading Kallroadi_, during tbe continuance of the Volunteer Camp. O. A. XflCOLLS_, Reading, Adg. 18, 1S82] _General _SiiperlhUa<l«nt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 10 January 1863

IMPORTANT TO HGUS£KfcfcPfcRS COUNT RY_^E A L E R S. CABINET _._^^_S^> —- CREAT

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

jSUliliitiit NEW YORK. Abstract of Governor Seymour ' s Message. Albany, Jan. 7.—Governor Seymour sent in his message to the Legislature to-day. On the subject of national affairs, he says : " Not only is the national life at stake, but every personal , every family, every sacred interest involved. The truths of our financial and military situation must not be kept back. There must be no attempt to put down the free expression of public opinion. " Affrighted at the ruin they have wrought, the authors of our calamities at tbe North and South insist that, this war has been caused by the unavoidable contest about slavery. This has been the _subjeut, and not the cause of the controversy. We are to look fcr the causes of the war, in the pervading disregard of the obligations of the laws and Constitutions, disrespect for the constituted authorities, aud, above all, in the local prejudices which have grown up in two parties of the Atlantic States—the two extremes of our country. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

BALTSMORE LOCK HOSPITAL t-_^T'ESTAHblSHEt_) A KEFUOE FROM QUACKEKY. The Only Pla ce Wh e r e a Cur e Can be Obtained. 'PkR. JOHNSTON HA* PISCOVEKBD THE 1 /most Certain. Speedy and only Effectual Semedy in the World for all Private _Diseases, Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Stricture?, Affection* of the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, _Impotency. General Debility. Nervousness, Dyspepsia. Languor, Low Spirits, Coufn-•ion of Ideas, Palpitation orthe Heart, "imidity, Trembling, Dimness of Sight or Oiddinew, Disease of the- Head, Throat. Nose or t-'kin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs. Stomach or Bowels—thu_^e Terrible Dl»orders _arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—tho»e secret and solitary practices more fnUl totlieir victims than _thesoujcol Syrens to the Marine™ of _ClysKes_, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, reuderrng marriage, &c., impossible. YOUNG _XUBSr Especially, who huve become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dr«a._ifu! ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

EDWARD H . SHEARER, A TTORNEY AT LAW.—OFFICE IN COURT . _gtreet_, North aide Reading, Fa. [aprli 26-6tno. REMOVAL. WLLIAM H. LIVINGOOD, ATTORNEY. AT LAW, ha. removed his office to the north _sldo of Coart-strftet first door below Sixth. [aee 22-tf ABKBH ]£. STAUPPBR, AT TORNEY AT LAW.—OFFICE, COURT street, below Sixth, Reading, Pa. [april 20 •JESSE Ch HAWLBY, ATX OR, KEY AT LAW, OFFICE WITH _S. L_, YOUNG, ' ESQ., PENN Street, above Sixth, Reading, Pa. 49- Will be at _Prietiensburg, every Thursday. September 29, 186_tKly* Charles Davis, A TTORNEY AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HIS f\ Otfioe to the Office lately occupied by the Hon. David T. Gordon, _deceased, in _Elxtb 8t*«et, oi»po«it_«r the Court _Hunae. [apnllt Daniel Er men trout, ATTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH Sixth Htreet, corner of Court alley. [ang 13-1 y David Neff, W HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, So. 25 East ean street. Reading. Pa. [March 10,1SSI). LIVINGOOD S United States BountyBack ray ' ana P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

fUt_* $_a_^ it b_S I $ Itht* * THE VEILED BRIDE. A S TORY OF ART . In one oi the art. galleries of Vienna hangs a picture of Venetian life, by the painter Francesco Mayez, which excites peculiar interest in tbe visitor. It is an interior, an apartment in the ducal palace, where three aged senators, evident-IJf _' the famous Council of Three, are holding one of their secret sessions. One of them, a tall, proud figure, with the finely chiseled, intellectual, dark faco familiar to us in old Venetian portraits, has risen in excitement, and with a stern gesture ig addressing a young and beautiful woman, who sinks fainting on the stone . floor. She is supported by an official who seems to deprecate the harsh manner of the senator. A notary, behind the table in the rear of the group, is making a record of the proceedings. The Bfory on which this picture is founded is contained in a French romance of the seventeenth century, and tfcough no authentication of it has been discovered in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

National Invocation FOR THE NEW TEAR. _Tboc God of all. _xianr, from the Throne deign to bend, And grant that pur Land may be blest with re-union, Let the Spirit of _Peaae o'er onr*border« descend, And let State stand to State, in a j'oyons communion. Let our Star-banner rise* In the light of the skies, And shine, as all discord, and anarchy dies; Undimmed may its galaxy evermore be, The hope of the world, as tbe Flag of the Free! May the virtues that burn'd In the breasts of our sires, In the hearts of their sons, fiud a. permanent _dwelling, Aud Union relume all her grand allar-firex_, All ditrkueas, and fear frou our borders dispelling; Let heart to heart _*t_»ud,-And hand join to hand, Till a cordon unbroken encircles thejLand, Of _kouIb full determined forever to be, The guards of the homes, aud tho Flag ot the Free I May the year just begun, find our Flag still on high, With a star for each State, when _its moments.aro ended, Like the stars in their spheres, that bespang...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

STRICKLAND & BROTHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS 23 EAST PEKfW STREET, HEADING, PA. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK of School, Miscellaneous and Blank PRAYER BOOKS, ENGLISH AND GERMAN JUI5LES AND HYMN BOOKS, PERIODICALS, MUSIC and MUSIC BOOKS, aOLD PENS. FANCY ARTICLES, NOTE, LETTER, CAPawt PIRariNtf PA PER and PAPER BAGfS. BZi-ACTK BOOKS — KND—MERCHANTS' ACCOUNT BOOKS . Ma<_i_« to order; _ClinrclieH aud _Kabbitth Schools _supplied with Tract Society and Sunday School _Uuioo publication* at catalogue price*. 4_^ Orders from Country Merchants solicited and filled promptly at the lowest wholesale priceK. #f- Teachers supplied with Music at the usual discount. N. B —Hooks and Music sent by mail postage paid, ou receipt of Publishers' Prices. jau lg-tf DR. D. LLEWELLYN BEAVER, United States Pension Surgeon. TjVXAMlNATIONS OF INVALID PENSIONl_^j ERS and applicants for Pensions, from any State,and of both the Army and Navy, made at the corner ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

PUBLISHED EVERY _SATTTRDAY M0K3JIHG uMof >' orth-We*t. earner of Pennant } Fk_™ *reet, aatP ' joinin_* the _Furmer*' Bank oj Raiding. tkbms of subscription. Si 50 a year, payable in advance. ¦ 1 ' oO for _»lx mouths, _Ju »dv»nc_«: To _cw» -. Four copUa for S5, In adyuM. _«-_^_ZZ^^^J_^Kf"_^ ot tht expiration qTVu tim* paid Jot. BATES OF _ADVESTISING IK TH£ GAZETTE. It. St. lmo. _Smo. 6_«no. ly. _«-_»-«.1V*-r- _«I -^^7s 1$ IS 1$ 1 :¦ £_'.: _5SKSKS-53S ASSSS [Larger _AdvortlseineDU in proportion.} S««aton' and Administrators ' Notice.. 6 insertions 92,00 tuditor_*' NoUew and I_*Kal _Hoilcen. s » .*» S_% cUl Notice., a» reading ni-itter, 10 _ota. a Mm tor on_» ln t_^°MarriaKa notices ST. cents each. Death* will be pa_^h_Ml g OwS!S _Notice. Kwolotlowof B_.netMal and Otl_^_FrlvaU _Association * . Will be charged f or. .u. ndver-II_^_Kt rt_^u\en»_f _or KeUK«o«S.Cl,ariUble and Editc._^nal _objecu. one J_^_E_^W _^ 1. ca_»b, "V_^_glitSSS. st all Lave tbe _vrt.lta,. (if df ^) of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

THE GREAT POINT ATTAINED !! f A NEW STYLE OP SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, SO SIMPLE IN ITS CONSTRUCTION, LIGHT to run, and eaqy to l_«fimr that any one can operate It witlvmt instructions. Sews MUSLIMS and the heaviest ARMY" CLOTHS e>/ually well. . A *!<lendiU Machine for Tailors, Vest and PaBt makers, Hutaii't Shoo landers, &c, at lite low price of $5O. A _r~xt_*-r M_*_chiuo thaa any _uUlxt in the market, at S75. Cttll andiief.it. ' G. TV. GOODRICH, jan 26-lf] - Nos. 3 and 5 Penn Square, Head in if. Pa. F. P. HELLER. WATCHMAKER, JE WELEU_, AND DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPOONS , SPECTACLES, GOLD PENS, &c, Sign of the " BIG "WATCH, " No. 33>£ Ea Penn otreet, abore Sixth, north _nide, KeadinePa. *9* B_»ery article warranted to be what It is sold for Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, ate., repaired with particular attention, and guaranteed. [fob l_tf S. M. _PETTENGILIi & CO., So. 37 PARK ROW, NBW-Y0RK, & 6 STATE 8T., BOSTON . *™Ie ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

The New Senator from _rciinsyivanm Last Monday ovening, the llou. Charles u. Bbckalkw. of _Colitinbia county, was nominated on the _tith ballot by the _legislative caucus as the Democratic candidate for United States Senator. On Tuesday, ho was elected in the Convention of the two Houses by a majority of one, every Democrat in the Legislaiurc supporting him, and the vote of every _Kepttblicau being cast against him. This result, in view of the high character and position of the gentlemen who were candidates for the Democratic nomination, aud iu view of the peculiar circumstances attending the election, cannot be considered otherwise than as a personal triumph of the most gratifying kind. But complimentary to himself as he must regard this expression of public coutideiice, the people of Pennsylvania have equal grouud for felicitation in the success of a candidete for Senator fitted by every quality of _cuaraoter ana by all the habits of his life to be of service to the nntiou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

A GRATIFYING RESULT The result of the clccUon for United btates Ssnator, _iu this State, on Tuesday last, should be gratifying to every honest citizen, of whatever party. In the first place, a gentlemen has becu chosen whose integrity aud capacity are unquestionable ; and in the nest, place, the Democratic party, having fairly elected a majority of members to the _Legislature, were, upon every recognized principle of political justice and honor, entitled to elect a Senator of their own kind. This was freely admitted by the honorable men of the Republican party, and it could not have been defeated by any but the most _iofanioua _laeaus. It was well understood at Harrisburg, that no Republican candidate, who would not descend,,to the knavery of attempting to corrupt one or more Democratic members, by the offer of enormous money-bnDes, could Dave any _Jiopc ot an election. That this attempt was made, aDd that it was believed to have succeeded, is also well known. That it failed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS SINWSKESTiL ANNUAL H_.EP0RT AND STATEMENT OP TUB A KK A I _KS (IV THE Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Sinklug Sprlug, Berks counUr. rpHE _UNUIiRSlONEU. fN BEH_^F 01-' THK JL Board of Mauaf;erR, prebtut tiie _followiut; lepurl sls a correct _Htitiement <<f the affairs of tbe Company, on Uio :U»l._>f U|.i;Ainlier, 1882: Tliero were HI new _Poiicien issued during the year, pay. ing $1,11;') Si premiums and fees; there was received <>« account ..f miUU.i._dinn _AnviMHUi_»nt. (No. 11,) *.T.S _til;a....| intcrer-t mi money _loannit out, _f_»l H2—iuakiuK the total r«- cei|)t»_fl,rit>_3 97 duriux tb_« _yvar. Out «f which wu _np. _propriatKd Mie hiiiii of isiHl !<_:_), to pay coniing»nt expunji->ture« aud alt'iwaocex, an per aunexed _statement, leaviui; a balance •'_< _#''21 US to go to the fund on _hand January J, 1862. T!ip _Iiihbps by fire during the past year, were not an heavy as In xome luuiier yea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

€i!« s&lfai_** aft?" Tub Union I'ravee Mketiko will be held to-imnrow (Sunday) afternoon, in St. Matthew's LntbAiau Chmcb, Franklin stwet, _ab.ivo PiftU, M. 3 o'clock. Tho public atd _rgKPoctfnlly inviiail to attend. _>«. • I®* Tub _Skcono Dkvth ! — Uev. W. N. Parlier, will (by Tfi|iie_«t) lirtwli on thin subject, tomorrow (StiDiIayj evening. _Service iu the _uinming at 10 o'clock, in _thooreiiing at c*f o'clock." «•? - ¦ — Ha_9~Tl!E KuNERAl. OF ©ATTAIN J. Bow M^" liKi.i., ill'the 13th V. S. Iuftuitry, wbo wan killed in the battle of Mnrfre«el>_oro. will take plane ou Monday next, at 12 o'clock, M.,in this city. The religious Rervtc«swill be performed ia the First l_'rasbytarlaa Church, au.l the body will be interred in the Charles Evans Goiuetery. i&_~ Lieut. Jacob Pahwn, of Company B, 12:1 til 1'enua. lieginient, wag killed It the battle of Fruderickfhnrg. He was a native of thin county. His body baa been bought home, and will be buried _tliis (...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 17 January 1863

_SJ&T: Fatal Raii.ro4i> Accidents.—Last Sat urday afternoon, a boy named William Johnson, was killed on the Reading Kailroad near Port Kennedy. He was employed on the AC uylkill Navigation, and at the time of bis death was engaged in carrying timber across the railroad to the canal. He saw the _approaching train and was clear ofthe track, but the locomotive struck the timber which extended over his shoulder, ma_*hing his head and face in a horrible manner. Ou Sunday _murning last, John McGovern, an employee on tho Keading Kailroad, while iu the discbarge of his uuty on a ' coal train, met with a surious accident which ro> MUlted in death. He resided in flit. Carbon, and was rettuactnfi llV a.ll wh_«l lcrtAW him U&* Takes _Pihsonkks.— Among the prisoners captured by the rebels at Hurfreesboro', Tenn., was Lieut. James A. Maw>, of Company E, 77th Regiment P. V., commanded by the Umeutiia Col. liuusiiro, He is a brother of Mr. B. F. Hans, an...

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