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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL _EtT -EoTACI.lSHKD ASA KEFTJGB FROM _QUACKEUTf. The Only Place Whore a Cure Can be Obtained. T"\R. JOHNSTON HAS DISCOVERED THE _lamest CertninSpeedy and only Effectual Remedy in the World for all Private IMwxses, WVaknri * of the Back or Limbs, Stricture!), _Atfections of ibe Kionoys and Bladder. Involuntary _Dixcbarses. Impotenoy_, Oonerei Debutty. ' _NervousnMH, I_*y«_pepMa _Languor_^_iOW Spiriw, Coofa-Bion of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Trembling, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat. Nose or Me in. Affections of the Liver, Longs, Stomach or Bowels those Terrible Disorders arising irt>' .n the Solitary Habits of Y.mtb—those secret and w>l«ary practices roore fatal to tli«ir victims than the 80DK 01 SyreM to the Mdiinern of Ulytifes, blighting tbelr most briliunt hopes or anticipations, reuJeifog _marringe, &c, impossible. _vovzsra mem Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary vice...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

9 _oliiitaL SPEECH BY MR. VALLANDIGHAM, OF OHIO, Xn the Sousd 6f Representatives, JANUARY 14, 18G3. Mr. Speaker : Iudqrsed at the recent, election within the same _district (" or which I still hold a seat on-lhis floor, by a majority four _timed great er than c?cr before, 1 speak to-day in the name and by the authority of the people who, ' fur six years, have intrusted.me _witli the office of a Re presentative. Loyal, in the true and highest sense of the world, to the Constitution and the Union, they have proved themselves devotedly attached to and worthy of the _libefties 16 secure which the Union aud the Constitution were established. With candor and freedom, there fore, as their Representative, and with much plainness of speech, but with the dignity and decency due to this presence, 1 propose to con sider the state of tub Union to day, and _tc inquire what the duty is• of* every public man and every citizen in this the very crisis of the Greut Revolution. It. is now two y...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

A _TtSeY_^_L_^W._Sf_^GB IK COURT A -SKortu rid. Beading. Pa. [_aprU_^-omo _^ TOTLLiAivi _iiSvSgooij, " _attorney at W LAW. has removed lit e office to the «*_£ ««• /" Colrtrtreet _fltet door below Sixth. [dec22-ir _ ABNBR K. STAUFFER, A TTORNEY AT LAW.—OFFICE. COURT ^\. attest, below Sinu, Be»diim,r»- J *1 : JESSE O. HAW1B7, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OFFICE WITH S. L. YOUNG, ESQ., PENN Street, above _Bixth, Beading, Pa. 49- Will be at FrieJenaburg, every Thursday. September ffl, 186fl-ly » Charles Davis, * TTORNEY AT LAW—HAS REMOVED HIS A _Offlce to the Office lately _oeenpled by the Hon. David _FrSbrdon, deceased, in Sixth street, _O PP0 ""^*^5 _^1 * Daniel _Bnnentrowt_, A TTORNEY AT LAAV—OFFICE IN NORTH Sixth street, corner of Conrt alley. [ang 13-ly David N«ff, ; : _TTTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN M Forejjfn and Domestie DBT GOODS, Ko. 26 East _U street,Beading, _f_». [MaMhlO, I860. LIVINCOOD'S United States BountyBack Pay and Pension Office, COURT STREET, NEAR SIXTH. TT AVIKG BEEN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

_tJBUSHKD Wm EtOTBMT KPBKI1I0 TERMS OF S0B8_CHIPTIOS. Sl,50<iy_*r ,pay*l.lein<ui™™e. 1,00 for «x mouths, io _^ **»^- , _^iiS_»£r»3i « _«. -_^-fc. «f a. f:rti_«i'»'1/ur- KATES 01 ADVKBTISISG IK THE GAZETTE. It. St. lrco. Smo. 6sno. ly_. _^ k-i-_^_-_^_-_^STs 5? 15 _ts i - £ „ 1U0 2 00 2,nvl 0, 00 8,00 is.00 n_^rgar _Advertisements ia _proportlon.l Executors' and _Aatnimatratore ' »<»«cea, e insertion* $2,00 _^ ^^_XS _.oL._^e _Or_^ iD_rr _Marrtege notices 25 cents each. Deaths will be _ZSSSTSL _aSSSUhW for _transit a*ver tiaements. •e i ia-Bej £a« same rates as JESS _tfSSSiKaUSSStl _nWviMd totlidrbusinets. nunrrniR OS1 EVERY _DESCRIPTION s-S_^BfflS=K=s ea our Work speaks for itself. _easlgiS_^SR order. —

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

STRICKLAND & BROTHER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, 33 BAST PENH STREET, _UEADING_, PA. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK Of School, Miscellaneous and Blank PRAYER BOOKS, ¦ENGLISH AND GERM AN BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS, PERIODICALS, MUSIOand MUSIC BOOKS, GOLD PENS FANCY ARTICLES, NOTE, LETTER. CAP and _PIRNTINQ PAPER and PA PER BA QS BLANK BOOKS —\ND—MERCHANTS' ACCOUNT BOOKS Made to order; Churches and Sabbath Schools _supplied with Tract Society and Sunday School Union publications, at catalogne priced. ?i»- Orders from Country _Merchants solicited and filled promptly at the _lowest wholesale prices. £9- Teachers supplied with Mu_*ic at the usual discount. N: B —HookH and Mu«ic sent by mail _postage paid, on receipt of Publishers' Prices. jau 18-tf

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

A WINTER PICTURE The snow, thick fallen in the silent night_. Hath laden every branch, and every tear Droops with Its dazzling we'ght. The fragile bircli, Its thready branches thickened with its load, Strangely contrasts with yonder ancuba, That bends beneath the agglomerated mass Resting upon its leaves. The towering plane, Its whitened tassels hanging In the sky, Surmounts the wondrous t-ceue. Each shrub and _trex Stands out in strangest individuality Beneath its snowy pall. Wbite blotchy lamps Mark the broad evergreens, slim thready Uses The broom and Ofcier. _ISoanteonsly grotesque Looks the gaunt cedar, a long snowy layer Glittering on every horizontal bough, Iiike a colossal feather, cat in stone By some bold master-hand. Tlie _gJUtenillg laWD. Is _scarcely marked by footprint of a bird, The hidden garden path hath not a stain ; Each flow'_ret hath it« coronet of _siiotv_, And not a thicg so vulgar or so mean But dons an _ermined robe. Tree, shrub and flower Stand iu whi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

Spoilt_^ THE RECRUIT [FROM THE UKRMAN.j My lover, to the field of strife, •Far from his borne and me, _IIbb gone to hazard dearest life For law and liberty. Oh, brilliant in his soldier dress, Bnt with a falling tear_. Bill be receive my last caress, - And to the field repair. The drums heat in the village road, The troop marched gaily by_. But mid the music, _nhrill and loud, Was heard a _wailing cry. I, sitting _st my window low, A nosegay in my hand, Watched silently the gallant show Made by the marching baud. And when my treasure onward came Oh how my heart AH le»p! He prondly inarched, as sura nf fame What could I do but weep ? Oh God ! what were my feelings then How heavy was my heart! I threw a sprig of lanvel greeu, As farewell on loy part. He could not stop to pick it up, The train i\uick bore him ou: Crushed in the dust lay my lasi hope, When all had _parsed and gone. But, if he miascd my offured spray. Yet still my heart he hath: Which bests for him, now far awa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

F. P. HELLER, WATCHMAKER, JEWELEU, AND DEALER IN W TCHES, CLOCKS, JEWE IB, SPOONS , SPECTACLES. GOLD PENS, Ac, 8ignof the " BIG WATCH," No 53}f Ea _Peun EtrMt. above Sixthnorth vide. Heading. Pa. 4_^ Every article warranted to be what it is gnlrt for Watches, Clock* . Jewelry, ic, repaired With particalat attention, and guarante ed. [feb 1-tf S. M. PETTENGHJ. & CO , Bo. 37 PARK BOW, BBW-TOBK, & 6 STATE ST., BOSTON, Are _Aeeats tot the Bending OaxetU, Id _toOM eitiu. ant are authorized to take Advertisements and _Babscriptlonl tat na at our eaUbllahed rate*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

THE GREAT POINT ATTAINED!!! A NEW STYLE OF SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, no SIMPLE IN ITS CONSTRUCTION, LIGHT _O to run. and easy to Unrn, that any one can operate it vrithnut instructions. Sews MUSLINS and the heaviest ARMY CLOTHS equally well. A aplendfJ Machine for Tailors, Test And Past makers_. Hat and Shofl Mn.IerH, Ac. at the low price of 85 O. A letter Machine than any other in the market, at 8?5_> Call awl melt. Gr. W. GOODRICH, jan 25-tf] Nos. 3 and 5 Penn Square, Reading, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

WTCIIES, GOLD KD SILVER, CLOCKS AMD JEWELRY. _g» RELIABLE IN QUALITY AND AT LOW /W"_^ Price s. Watcs Repairing —Watches put in porjfc\a. forot order aud. every one _warranted for one year. _tBmfr Jacob _Lirufijr. _nov 15-6mo] 21 North Fifth Street, Heading, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

DR. D. IiIiEWEMiYN BEAVER, United States Pension Surgeon. T7XAMINATI0NS OF INVALID PENSION-|^i ERS and applicants for Pensions, from auy State, and ofboth the Army and Navy, madeatthe comer of Fifth _»nd Waluut street. Bending. 45w -Ofl)ce bonr«—from 12 to 2 P.M. Dec. $i-3mo.]

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

_tSf Thebi is one good wife m the country: let every married man think that he hath h_«r.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE _llABRismiKo, Thursday, January V>. Senatr —Mr. Lowry introduced a joint resolution authorizing the Governor and State Trens urcr (o advance to the government of the United _SJIntCB such sums aa may bo necessary to pay the militia., due and ,unp»id frtr I WO months. Mr. White intrutluced a supplement to the Act-of May; 1801, relatives to arming the Stale, which was immediately taken up and passed. It eutitles the families of (he drafted militia to the snnie relief as is now extended by tbe several counties to the families of volunteers. A message was presented from the Governor, _covering a communication from the War _Department declining to allow the Reserve CoTps to return to _Pennsylya _nia for the purpose of recruiting its ranks. Tlie Governor also calls attention to tlie fad. that the soldiers have not been paid, and submits the sub ject to the consideration of the Legislature. Sir. Alott reported from the Finance Committee a bill requiring...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

NEW ADVERTISEMEINTS _FUK _KEJirx, T HE STORK ROOM IN KOaTII FIFTH Street, formerly occupied by tha _sttbacrilwr, beiug MB old-established BiiKinnsRStan'l, nnd one of the most desirable opouiurfH for ihe Dry U.wds and Grocery Trade iu tbi_» city. Pon.-ox.fiou given Immediately. If not rented by the 1st iff April next, Ihe property, eon-Hii-tintt «!' s three Htory Brick _Stftfe »u<l _DWelliUK, With large and commodious back buildings, will be for sale. Apply to ft_ Jan 2t-tn WM. KaSlKXTKODT. _VVBWLC _VBNDUH. ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7 . 1803. AT 10 o'clock. A. M , will be nold at pnbllc vendue, at the _renidenoe _tir tlie _subscrltier, in _Moiiienberg townouip, near the "Tflrnpla," tbe following r'arniitig Stock, to wit; 5 horras and gears. S cows, U heifers, 14 pigs; 2 broadwheel wagous, _on» with bed, one _xpring _Wilson and gears, 2 pair h;iy-)adderK, one _thrasblng _uiacbinn, 1 winnowing mill, 1 corn _sheliur, 1 land roller, 1 patent bay rake, 1 twohor«e sleigb_, plows...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

#_ifu At fair 5 g&f- Tue Union Pkatuk _Mektino will be held to-morrow (Snnday) afternoon, In I bo _Clinrcu of tlie United Bnuhron, S.inth Ninth street, at 3 o'clock. The public fire respectfully iuvitod to attend. |®" _Rfsv. S. A. HotMAH will preach in St. Matthew's r.uUi«_ran Chnrch, Franklin street, to-morrow (_Stindsv) morning at ID, and ia tbe evening at 0>_£ o'clock. • ._*. _HSgr Tub Funbbai. of Oapt. J. _Bowmam Bull took place on Tuesday _laxt, 20th inst. Captain Bell, aa niuktoroar readers are aware, was a native of Reading, a son of the Hon. Samuel Bell; was brought np here and removed from thU plaoe to Philadelphia about two years since. Shortly after the rebellion broke oat, he was «ppolnkJ a CapUtu <u tbe 1 Jth _Kajflmeut or _Ksgnlur Infantry, and spent tbe summer of 1881 »t Brie, P»., and Ptila-Uolpbia, m a recruiting and mastering officer. In Octobor of the same year, he was transferred t» the Western Army ouder General Bnell, and passed tlir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

VALLANDIGHAWi'S SPEECH We _publish, (hia week, the first part of tlie pppcch made by Mr. _Vullanilighnm. of Ohio, in Congress, on (he 1-ltli inst., and will g_«_vn tJie conclusion next wc«;k. This speech is a bold and powerful argument—ubpn.lslU.ble, it may be, to gome—against the coercive policy that, so swiftly developed ilself into war; against the further prosecution of the war, as unnatural, and inevitably leading to national bankruptcy nnd ruin, and iho final dismemberment of t'>e Union ; and in favor of an immediate cessation of hostilities, and the inauguration of lawful and cousMfntional measures for peace and uli imate restoration. It presents, in a strong light, the fact—mortif ying as it ia, but still 0. f&«t (hft.1, if we are wise, we dare not close our eyes to—that, with absolute and almost despotic power . in its hands, and with an unlimited control ot men, money, and all the sinews of war, for nearly t_«6 ye&PB, the GoV0r&UeKt h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

New United States Senators.—The result of the late elections of Senators in different States is as follows : Jffaine—Lot M. _Aforrill ,* Rep. J'ennsyloania—Charles It. Buckalew, Dem. Michigan — Zacbariah Chandler,_* Rep. JVew Jersei/—James W. Wall, Dem. Delaware—James A. Bayard,* Dem. Indiana—T. A. Hendricks, Dem., long term; David Turpie, Dem., short term. Maryland—Thas_. H. Hicks, Dem., short term. Illinois—Wm. II. Richardson, Dem. Massachusetts—Charles Suniner,* Rep. Minnesota—Alexander Ramsey, Rep. Ohio—Benjamin P. Wade,* Rep. Wisconsin—James R. Loolittle,* Rep. _3_C~R.r _olpntefi " The Book of Days."—Messrs. Strickland & Brother, 23 East Pena street, send us Parts X and XI of this excellent Miscellany of popular English Antiquities in Literature, Anecdote, Biography and History, edited by the Brothers Chambers, of Edinburgh, who have given to tbe world more good and useful books than any other publishing house that can be named. It Is re-published, in excellent styl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

FRENCH'S HOTEL. ON «B _BU&OraAN PLAN, CITY OF RE\f YORK. Single Booms. Fifty Cents per Day. City Hall Square, corner Frankfort St., (OrosiTB Crrr Hau.) "VfEALS AS THEY MAYBE ORDERED.IN _irj. the _spaciooii refectory. There is a Barber's Shop and _Eatii Room* attacb«d to the Hotel. 4Ei- lljwareor KCNNEKS and _HACKMBN who say we are full. Jan 17 _ ly] R. FRBKCH . Proprietor. * Valuable _Pfdptft? for Sale. rpHE SUBSCRIBER oPPEliS AT PRIVATE 1 SALK, until the 3rd day of January-next, a Valuable Property in Union township, contalnlug 4 acres, one quarter of a mile from Doug1a«sville Depot. The improvements Mc oDtJxtof a FKAME DWELLING rlOUSE. ont.hon_.m, &c. There loon the premium a fine AP|>LB okch-AKD and good ulactina or _otber fruit. Khwewlou given oa tbe lit of April, whan a good title will be made by the widow and heirs of Daniel Hnuter, _deceased. If not sold before tha 3rd day of January, 1863, it will on that day be offered at PUBLIC SALK_, at the pnbile...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

6k9~ Teial of _Canjtok.—The cannon cast-for the V. 8. Government by Messrs. Seyfert, _Mctfanns & Co., at tbe Scott Foundry, are about to be proved. The place 99rS$!«4 for _'!}• _triads about 3 miles below tbe city , at the foot of a ravine in the Nevefsikk mountain, near the Railroad. AH tbe needful prepaiations have been made and precautions againat accident taken. Tlie trial will be made with bombs, of which a large number have been conveyed to tlie place. We understand that a _thousand _nhoU will bave to be flrud, to fully teat tbe metal and BoaDdatu« or the cannon. A small bombproof blockhouse has been pnt ur, for the protection of the persons who must be present at the trial, and somewhat higher np the hill stands another, intended fur a powder magazine. _tQP_~ _Oppositioh to " Contraband" Imfobtatiosb.—Tha extreme abolition policy of tbe Lincoln administration is producing its legitimate fruit in the Northern States. Ia several of them, legislation has already been i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 24 January 1863

DR. BOYER'S REVELATIONS The statement, copied from the _Harnsburg Patriot and Union of the 22d _inst., of Dr. T. Jbf-Tekson Boybr, member of the Assembly from CiUrfield county, will be read with _interest by every one. It ia a full and complete exposure of the secret negotiations that were known to be go. ing on at _Harrieburg, by which Gen. Simon Cambbos hoped, for the second time, to buy a seat in the Senate of the United Stales. Dr. Botbe tells bis story in so circumstantial a manner, with erery particular as to dates, times, persons and figures, that its truth is apparent. The part he played in the transaction was a difficult and delicate one, and the success with which he car* ried it through, proves him a master ia the art of finesse. For once, the wily chieftain, whose luck had hitherto never failed him, was outwitted_, and beaten at his own same. The revel&ltoa of Dr. _jjoyek. would be amusing, were it not for the dark picture of political intrigue and corrup...

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