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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY M0E5IK6 _Offce, Sorth-West corner of Penn and Fifth street, adjoining the formers ' Bank of Hauling, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. $1,50 a year, payable in advance. 1,OO for six months, in advance. To Club* : Foot copies for _*5 , la advance. Ten copies for 1»» ** M3- _AlljxtperB discontinued at the expiration of the time faid for. BATES OF _ADVEKTISIHO IS THE GAZETTE. It. St. lino. 3mo. 6mo. _lv. u Square, 5 lines, or leas, SO 90 75 2,00 3 03 5,00 1 " 10 " 601,00 1.25 3,0) 6,00 8.00 •> " 30 " 1,00 2.00 2,50 6,00 8,00 15.00 3 «• 30 " 1,60 3,00 3,75 7, 50 12.00 20,00 [Larger Advertisements is proportion.] Executors' and Administrators' Notices, 6 Insertions 92,00 Auditors' Notices and Legal Notices. 3 " 1,60 Special Notice*, as reading-matter, 10 cts. a line for one lo' arlion. _Cfp Marriage notices 25 cents each. Deaths 'will he published gratuitously. r43* 411 Ouitnuy _Notieos, Resolutions of Beneficial and otber PriTate Associations, will be charge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

_ 9_otiHtaL THE REBELLION AND THE WAR, SPEECH BY MB. VALLANDIGHAM, OF OHIO, In the Souse of Representatives. * JANUARY 14, 1863.;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

THE BAYONET RULES I The authorities at Washington have again commenced the work of arbitrary arrests tinder the Proclamations suspending the writ of habeas corpus and declariDg martial law. It was hoped that the experiment of a year at this sort of bu ¦ sines?, with no other effect than to arouse h spirit, of hatred against the Administration that Will not easily be suppressed, and its emphatic condemnation by the people in the late State elections, would have been sufficient to prove its impolicy, and induce its abandonment. But, Congress having indemnified the President, and his _{subordinates against prosecutions for past acts of tyranny, it would appear that they have opened new books and made a fresh si art in pursuit of victims. A few days ago, a contemporary ventured the prediction, that among the "matters of grave importance" _which were " discussed and determined" by the late Congres sional Abolition caucus held at the White House, was the arrest and trial by court ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

ORPHANS' COUttX" S.&I1JS. J _kUttSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE OR. PHANS' _COUKTof Berkgeounty_. will besnldatpDb. _reudae, on Saturday, tha 21st day of February, A. D. 1863, at the late dwelling bonne of Jacob _Breidexam, late of Alsace township, Berks county, deceased, tbe following described Real Estate, to wtt: AU that certain messages tenement and tract of land, situate to Alsace township ' Berks _county, bounded by lands or Reuben Kerper, Gideon. Toder. Nathan _Koubfa, »a<i tb_. paUle _rftAd; «<>al4loia« lj a acres and 110 perche_*, strict measure. The improvement* tbereon are a two s-ory STONE DWELLING HOUSE, (nearly new,) and new Barn with parti / brick and partly Frame. The land is in good condition and all arable with the exception of abont a qdarter of an acre Of WOODLAND, and hatf so sere of Meadow land. Late the property of Jacob _Breids_.gtim, _deceaned, Sale to commence at 1 o'_closk In the afternoon, when dne attendance will be Riven, and th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

appeal to facts and arguments could not have noUaght in half a century. We have learned that the South is not weak, dependent, unenterprising, or corrupted by slavery, luxury, and idleness; but powerful, . earnest, warlike, _enduring, eelfinppatting, full of energy, and inexhaustible in resources. We have been taught, »nd now confess it openly, that African slavery, instead of being a source of weakness to the South, is one of her main elements of strength; and hence the " military .necessity," we are told, of abolishing slavery in order to suppress the-rebellion. We have learned, also, that the non-slaveholding White men of the South, millions in number, are immovably attached to the institution, and are its chief support; and abolitionists have found out to their infinite surprise and disgust., that the Blare is not " panting for freedom,'' nor pin ing in silent but revengeful grief over cruelty and oppression inflicted upon him, but happy, contented, attached deeply to his ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

A SCENE IN THE SENATE. The bill indemnifying the President and other persons against prosecutions for their acts under the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus, pass ed the Senate, on Tuesday last,.after SB exciting debate, by a vote of thirty-three to seven. Dtl. ring this debate, Mr. _Saulsbury, - of Delaware, called the President " an imbecile," for which he was called to order by the presiding officer, but persisting in his objectionable remarks, he was finally arrested by the Sergeantat-Arma. While the latter was conducting him out of the chamber, he drew a pistol from bis pocket, and threatened to shoot the officer. He returned to his place shortly afterwards, and, resuming his offensive remarks, was again called to order, and after some trouble, induced to take his seat—" shaking his fists and swearing at Mr. Sumner and the Sergeant-at-Arms." This is the subslan<se of the affair, as reported by telegraph. We do not know that calling the President of the United S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

f&* Soldiees Dead.—Nathan Fisher, a mem berof Company F, 93d Penna. Begiment, son of John Ftsher, of West Cocalico township, Lancaster county, died on the 6th of January, 1863, In tb« Convalescent Hospital, near Alexandria, Va., aged IS years. Andrew Jackson, a private iu the 3d Regiment Penha. Reserves, son of Mr. Elias Jackson, of Kutztown, who was among _tbn mission: after tbe battle of _Fradericksbnrg, ig reported by his comrades to have been kilted in the figbt. One of them states that he saw bits lying on the field, with two bullet-shots through his body. Henry A. Setley, of Company D_, 3d Penna. Reserves, (son of the late Jacob eetley, of Reading) who was _wonmted and taken prisoner at the Battle of ¥f«dericlisbnrK, died or his wounds on the 20th of December, in one ef the Military Hospitals at Richmond, Va. Christopher Wolf, a member of CapU Miller's Company, 167th Pennsylvania Militia (drafted man) died last Suaday night in Camp at Suffolk, Va. Bis body was se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

AST Fdnbral op Lieut. Cot. Houbum.—The remains of Lieut Colonel I_'_eteb B. Hovsvm, of the 77th Pennsylvania Regiment (a native of Berks county, and son of Mr. George h. Housnm, of Keadiog) who was killed in the battle of- _Murfreetiboro_, were brought home to his late residence, at _Chambersbnrg, Pa., for burial. Ilia funeral took place _laet Friday _afernoon, and was attended by a military escort; the Chambersbnrg Cornet Band, playing a dirge; the Order of Odd Fellows, and a large procrssion of citizens Be wasintetred in the Cedxr Grove Cemetery. The Chambereburg ValUy Spirit says:" In the death of Col. Ilonsnm onr community has sustained the Iocs of a kind and generous citizen; society at large, a useful and valuable member; his Kegiment an efficient and humane officer, and the country, a true and unflinching patriot." _ggST Ibipboybmeht or Chbist Church (Episcopal).—The Bum ot _%7,<Oj haying been subscribed for the improvement of Christ Church edifice, tbe work wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

J_9*The Atlantic Monthly /or February, is an excellent number. "Under the Pear Tree" is a very pretty story, by Mrs Hopkinson. The author of "Charles Auchester" contributes a thoughtful posthumous poem, and Mrs. Waterson supplies a pleasant dish of critioistn and literary gossip on the novels of Jane Austen. Mr. _Hage well opens with a historical article or " Sovereigns and Sons," which bag the rare fault of be* ing too brief. One of Leigh Hunt's sons girrs a paper upon 'Shelley, which is a great curiosity. One of the best prose papers is " The Siege of Cincinnati," by T. Buchanan Head, the poet. Messrs. Alg ' er_, Bayard Taylor, C. A. Bartol , D. A. Wasson, Whittier, Prof. Lowell, and W. J. Rose, arc also contributors to this number. Boston : Ticknor & Fields, publishers. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Seiks County. •VTOTICEIS HEREBy GIVEN. TO THE MEM-11 berflof the Mutual Fir* JnsqranceCompany of Berks County, that a meeting of _snicl Company will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

EDWARD H. SHEARER , COURT STREET, BBADIIVCr. Pa. 'HO OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS, AND THE X widows, minor children or other beirs. of those who have died or been killed in the service or the United States. I will _enntiuan to _prose«ute Invalid and other _Pentlon Claims; claims for Bounty money and Back-pay; also for horses and other property lost in the service. Prompt attention given, and where any claim '8 not sac* oessfally prosecuted, so charge will be made. _EDWAUD H SHEARER, Attorney at Law and Pension Agent, Jan 24 6m] Office , Court Street , Heading, Pa. LOOK HERE! TB. RIXSTINE RESPECTFULLY INFORMS _,_hin _friands and tbe public, that he has opened a new Store on Penn street, No. 83, next door to J B. Ruter's Cabinetmaker Store, where he invite* ths _Qitixens of Rowling and vicinity, to his splendid stock of KBADY-MADB CX.OTBXKG. _Consitlng of O VERCOATS. FROCK COATS, BASTS and VBSTS, of various colors and qualiiies, got up under bis own supervision. ' He ia also supplied wit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

I®- DEMOCRATIC CITY CLUB.—The regular monthly meeting of the Club will be held at tbe Club Room, Ehih's City Hall, this _tveninot at 1X A o'clock. A genera] attendance of tbe members is requested, as nominations will be made for officers fortbeensuing year, to be elected at the regular meeting in February. |^f* Practising Pabtt.—Prof. F. Stouch_'_s second _PraCtlftinii Party Will _oe given on Thursday evening next, February 5th, In tbe Odd Fellows Hall, when and where be will be pleased to see a'l to whom invitations for the season were sent. KSf American Mechanics' CutEttBATroH.— The members of Reading Council, Order of United American Mechanics, will celebrate the anniversary of the institution of the Council, on Thursday evening, the 12th of February. An address will be delivered in the Dnlversalist Church, by tbe Bev. "W. N. Barber, to which tbe nemben of Reading Council »ud the brethren of tbe Order generally are I n vited. The proceeds of the sale of tickets will be appropri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

or tlie Heading Gazette and Democrat. LAUER'§ ARTKSTAN WELL —How to Complete It. Mb. Editor :—For tbe last two years, tbe public mind has beeu almost exclusively directed to the War, and for the preservation of our once happy Union. But, of late, the War Question has become so much a matter of everyday business, that people hava accommodated themselves to the existing state of things, and are prepared to give a portion of their time to home matters. New enterprises sre, therefore, springing up. aud claiming a portion of public attention. Allow me to nay that I hare thought of a good oue, which I will endeavor to lay before yonr readers. The city of Keadlnsr, with her beautiful mountain scenery around her, has more attractions than any other place In the United States. How are we to draw the seekers of pleasure and health here, from abroad, and make our city like Badeu Baden, _KissloKen, and other places of resort in £uropet where hundred of thousands of people from all parts of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

8®" The _ScHCVUUMi _Navigation Company . —We are indebted to Z.T. Gait, E?q, for a copy or tbe Annual Report of the President and Managers of tbe Schuylkitl Navigation Company ' to the Stockholders, Jan. 5tb, 1S63; from which we learn that the receipts for the past year were $1,211,493 56, and the _expenditures #1,-134,506 16, leaving a balance on hand December 25th, 1863, »f_|9fl,BS7 10. We extract from the Report, _tlje following items relative to the business of the Navigation during the year just closed: - The total tonnage for the year was 1,190,193 tons; of Which .981,728 were Anthracite coal _.and 208,463 miscellaneous articles. Of the total ton nag?, 37,131 tons wars carried to and from onr Works, by way of the Union Canal. These returns, as compared with <be trade for the year 1S61, (.how & _fnllin ¦ off of 20l,8t2 _tous iu th» coal _tradn, and au increase of Q.66S tons iu tbe miscellaneous articles. Tbe business by way oftbe Union Canal was 13,00: tons lag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

_&&z$%H * &tih ©_mocEaf READING, FA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1863 Hail ! brightest banner that floats on the gala, Flair of the country of Washington, hail) Bed are thy stripes with the blood or the Drave, Bright are thy stars as the _snn on the wave ; Wrapt in thy folds are the hopes of the Free, it&TtnAF _nf WnxMiiBtonl _hleBsinss on tbee! 43-GovsBSoB Curtin hu our thanks for apamphl _' t copy of liia late Annual Message. 49- Has. S. E. _Ascoif A, and Etate Senator _Cltmee and KspregenUtive PorrerosB_, have onr thanks for useful Public Documents. «»»> _Jgy* The Fbics of single copies of the Gazette will hereafter be 5 cents. If any persons, who have been in the habit of buying the papers from our carriers,-objcct to the payment of this prioei they can be regularly served, by leaving their names at the office, at regular subscription rates, to wit: 50 cents for 3 months; $1 for 6 months; or §1 50 for a year.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

THE NEW FINANCIAL SCHEME The House of Congress, on Tuesday, passed the Finance Bill which had been for some days before it The bill provides for the issue ' of bonds to the amount of $91)0,C00,000, to be disposed of on such terms as the Secretary may deem most advisable. In other words, it authori zes him to go into the market and retail six percent_, twenty.year bonds at whatever price he may obtain. The second provision directs the issue of $400,000,000 in treasury notes, of denominations not less than $10 each, running three years, bearing an interest of six per cent, payable semi-annually in coin ; receivable for all debts and dues to the Government, except duties on imports ; not a legal tender for private debts, bat convertible at the will of tbe holder into legal tender notes and into the Government loans. The third provision authorizes the issue of && _additional $300,000,000 of legal tender notes, of denominations not less than $1, and not bearing in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

€ilii kUAiti M&&° The Union Prateb Mketino will be held to-morrow _(Snnday) afternoon, in tbe Evangelical Methodist Cbnrch, North Eighth street, at 3 o'clock. The public are rsapoctfiilly invited to attend. I®* The Rkv. Mb. Cummins, having been requested to prepare a sermon upon the subject—"God's judgment upon oar country ; _vvkut does it mean? and how will it end?"—will, by Divine _liertnigBlon, preach upon that subject, to-morrow (Sunday) evening, at Christ Church. Service to begin, at 6)4 o 'clock. .*. M&- Death — _Judgment — Heaven — Hbli — The Four 'Zast Things" (so called).—Bev. Mr. Barber will deliver tbe second _lectnre or toe series—subject, "Judgment"—tomorrow (Sunday) evening, commencing at 6>i o'clock. «»¦ I®* Resigned.—We understand that, on the 1st _inst., the Bsv. A. S. _Lelobuch_, Pastor of the First German _KeCormoa Church of thU _clly, _tendered to the Con. _sletory his _resignation, to taka effect on tbe lat of March next, which...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

_Xf_9* Honorably Discharged.— Sergeant Ieaac Addis, of Company F, 3d Penna. Reserves, and Private Daniel Seldel, of Company 6, 06th Penna. _Ragimeut, both of Hamburg, have been honorably _dischtirged from the service, and are now at'bome. They were in tho seven days' battles on the Peninsula, where they became disabled, and since then had laid ia Hospitals _auijl the day of their _dioctmrge. Messrs. John Steinrock and O. P. Zink, Volunteers, and Lev! Beidenauer, a drafted soldier, all residing in or near _Boyerstown, have beeu discharged from service, on account of sickness, and are now at home. j«Sr» Valuable Pbopertt Sold.—The remainder of tbe Lutheran Church property, on the corner of Sixth and Walnut street, adjoining the German Lutheran Chuch of St.. John, has been sold by tbe Trustees of that congregation .to the East Pennsylvania Kail road Company, for $1_^,600. Tbe Company intend to improve the property, by (he erection, during tbe coming Summer, of a large and splendi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

_ggy* Lieut. _Tiiomas McKban Buchanan, of the gunboat Calhoun, was _killed on the 14th inst., at Bayou Teohe, Louisiana. His boat was run aground while going up the Bayou, and an attack was made upon her by concealed Rebels. Commander Buchanan was shot through the head. The Rebels were afterwards hunted out and some of them killed. He was a nephew of tbe Rebel Naval Commodore of that name, and a relative of the ex President Buchanan. _ISy* _UKNEBAL Uutleu, it is said, will return to New _Orleans _^ to resume command of the De partraent of the Gulf Gen. Banks will be ordered to _TexHs, at the head of a sufficient force, "for the _purpose f _assisting the Union muu of that State to _restore it io the Union &a a free Com* monwealth. Thus the original plan of the Ban It 8 Expedition will be carried into execution. " So says the If. Y. Tribune.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

NEW* ADVERTISEMENTS MOURNING GOODS 3_XT O _SXT C> I» JES Pff- : Black French Merino. _Ulack All-wool Cash mere. All-wool De Laino, 1A yards wide. All-wool T)e Lainc_, ? yards wide_, _lilack Coburg, H yards wide. Black Crape Veils. Black Love Veils. Black Crape Collars. Black Grandine Collars. Black Thibet Long Shawls. Black Thibet Square Shawls. Black Blanket Shawls. Mourning Goods of every kind. KLINE &¦ EPPiaiMER, Jan 31-11 10 Kait Penn Square

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 31 January 1863

(_9* Lieut. John P. .Ely, of Lebanon, died at Alexandria, last week, after a short illness. His remains were brought to Lebanon by his brother A. S. Ely, Esq., and interred in Salem'_e Lutheran Cemetery, on Sunday morning last Lieut. Ely was a printer, having learned his trade with George Frysinger, in the _Lebanon Courier office. urn Promoted.—Mr. John B. Cliamberlin, who left Lancaster city with Col. Hambright's regiment, in the capacity of Hospital Steward, has after the necessary examination, been appointed Assistant Surgeon in the 9th Kentucky regiment.

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