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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

TO T_3.S _VUBXZC. OWING TO THE WONDERFUL INCREASE in our _buainess, and the warn oi' _nufficient room to accommodate the same, we have round it _uo«ehK*ryioextend tbe b«uridarie« of our yard, and have accordingly (raced the I.i-mbkk _Yakd, situated ou Thiku m-rkkt bk ' lciw I'inu _Stkkxt, which wiit be used _exelntAvfrty fur piimir IlKvi-LOCJ* and WHITE 1'lNh JOlST._SCAXTLISij, KAFTERS and BILL TIMBEK. of »!1 sizes and :>uxt!i.s. In our old yard, on the north wd« of 1'lne street, exceujlu_^-frvm Third to Fourth _ctreet, will at all time* be found to coutain » full _awortuieut of _heawued BOAHOS, _PLANK SHINGLES, 4c. Oar facilities for supplying Lumber _hrtreafter, will bo sneb that tLcy _caunot be i-urj.a_>.aed in thiK or _aay other market in tbe State, and our prices will bo found to bt> lower tban at any other yard in ihU city. It in our parpose to keep en hand every article that sUoold be kept in a Fiusr _Clas.s Li'.mbek Yahk, and any article that may not b...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

READING, PA. _rtiEE SOBSCRIBEK rospectfally announces to I the puhlic that he htth recently eulargeil his BUEWESTto a ••_ousiJerable _cstent, and introduced steam-power, »n4 !s nnw ready to supply all demand* for surr*aiQR aEAt-r &i_^_vosis, For home aud distant _couKUinption. Hiti f ive's of Malt Liquorn_, _warranted to keep in aJI<:ii::iate»,is as follows:— BROWS STOUT, eOKTER, BOTTLING ALE, DKAUOHT ALK AND _LAGSB SKEil. janel9-tf FREDEKICK LAUBR. N.B.—A liberal per _ventage will be allowed to _Ageutn •broad. GLASS .' GLASS ! I GLASS ! .'7— A LARGE assortment coinprihinx in part Genuine Reeded Vernon Goblets,Champs, Wines, £_gg8_, Beer Hugs, He., Sic. For sala cheap at FEOCOCK'B das 61 40 South 5th street.

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

B- 0. _CHKSBBKOUOH. I«AAO O. PfcAll8l)N CHESEBROUGH $_> FEA_3S0N Cteneral Commission BKerehant*i AND DEALERS IN FISH, CHEESE & PROVISIONS _M. 5 North Water Street, 3 doon above Market PHILADELPHIA , TTAVE oonstantly on hand a large assortment JA°.LFI8 _^.C ?_SME! _' HA118 ' _BHOULfiERS, &o.t Ac, wlflefa they Wfli mU at tha lowest market prices. 49* All orders i»OBJj41y attend_^ lo. £hb 6.1808-W

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

LAMES' AND CHILDREN'S _FUS.S We nave opened a Handsome siock oi JE^< -QLJ _BM_. _SSS 9 Comprising HUDSON"BAY SABLE, MIXK SABLE, SIBERIAN Sq UIRSE L , &o. &e. LADIES ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED to call before purchasing elsewhere, and examine our "Ot ' CHARLES _OAKFORD & SON, 834 & 836 Chestnut Street, nov 15-3mo] Continental Hotel, Philadelphia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, FOR MEN AMD SOYS IN GREAT VARIETY, gO&B VBB.Y IOW 37 JAMESON & CO., Corner 6th and Fenn.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

A "Dbmobamzbd" Soi-Wfift.—The _JSewIVoWt Tribune tells a story of a stout, athletic Zouave, who, running away from the battle at Fredericksburg, was checked by a Lieutenant with a drawn sword. 8aid the latter, "Stop, sir I Go backio your regiment, you infernal coward, you are not wounded.'' " For Heaven's sake let me pass,1 ''implored the fugitive, "I know I'm not WOOBded, bu^' wfearfalJ _/ deworaJised."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

_PREMIUM rHOTOGEAPHS ¦xm ittmmmrjiKk.mm.mm TOOK THE PREMIUM FOR BEST PHOTOGRAPHS AT THB jjast _Bssiss _oomrav pays. _pVERV PREMIUM YET AWARDEDJFcfc JM_^nrfwPyS111 _^811 .8 *;?*lB B#rta eon»ty. h_»M h««n Bf J'_^'f_^BTHKPLACK—EastPennSqoare, southside, next to the _Schmucker Honse. [oct 6-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

AM08 SBIDBL'S OHBAP _-«»,tN WHOLESALE AMD KETAlL _WW SADDLE AND HARNESS _^ SflM_^faf_. *_A8TPBHM _STHliBT,BKTWKItH MSm_^ S_^l _M _SUVKNTH AMD E.'OHTII, V _FrM8o "!.8 _yeD *Ktl J _OPPOSE Faslg's ^>W _Tp _Vyt Berks County _Hoass. Tha only ¦"Wwj! _^_fff fsA P'M_* _E»«t _of rhe Kail _Soud_. >UiiiNtmLX m\ ir b> KBAP1MO, PA. _^s _»_'««»a_».a*«(li_^ Jannary U, ism-tt

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 7 February 1863

Excursions to Harrisburg & Back. SSHBLSatmtm _^^cursion tickets, _BaStSB5_Kwoil for Three Day., will be _iiwiied to _Harrisborg and baclc, until further notice, at tl no (hair price), from Beading; Hud at Hedocbd Katm from all Muttons on the LebaB_«n Valley *od _Keitdlb* _iJaflroads during the continuance of the Volnnteer Camp. Beading, Aug. 16,1862] General _SuperintendMt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL _t_^ ESTABLISHED A REFUGE FROM QUACKERY. The Only Place Where a Cure Can be Obtained. T\R. JOIINSTON UAS DISCOVERED THE JL/uiuxt Certain, _Speedy and only Effectual Remedy is the World for all Private Diseases, Weakness of the Back or Liuibfi, Stricturff, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary _DiKcharftey, lmpotency, General Debility. fiervou»_n«_ws, liyspepwa Languor, Low SpiritB, Confusion ofldeas, Palpitation orthe Heart,'Uuiidiiy, Trembling, _Piuiness or Sight or 6iddin«_w, _OJisease of tlie Head, _Tliroat, Nose or _^klu, _AiTactlons of the Liter, Lung*, Stomach or Bowels—th"se Teirible _DinorderB _ariwng from the Solitary Habits of Vouth—those seckbt and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the Ron_« ot _byrew to the Mariners of Ulysbes, _blightiiiif their most brilliant hopesor _anticipationB, rendering marriage, Ac, impossible. ¦2_TOUTCG _BSBST Especially, who hav« _become tha _vlcl '_imn Of Solitary TiC_6_, that dre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

_EDWARD H. 'SHEARER, 4 TTORNEY AT LAW.—OFFICE IN COURT ,/\_ street, North side Beading, Pa. [april 26-6mo. REMOVAL. _TTTILLIAM H. LIVINQOOD, ATTORNEY AT Yf LAW, has removed his _offlea to the north side ol Court street first door below Sixth. [Jee 22-tf ~ JESSE O. HAWLS7i _\ ATTORNEY AT, LAW, /¦_O FFICE WITH S. L. YOUNG, ESQ., PENN Vf Streetabove Sixth; Beading, Pa. _49_> Will be at FriedenaburK_, every Thursday. Septembers?, 18tS0-ly* diaries Davfei, A _TTOKNET AT LAW—HAS BEHOVED IJIS i\_ OAce t« the Office lately occupied by the Hon. David F, Oordon, deceased, in Sixth street, opposite the Court House. [april H Daniel Ernaentiont, A TTORNEY AT LAW—OFFICE IN NORTH Sixth street, corner of Court alley. [_ang 13-ly David Neff, WHO LESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, So. 23 Saul •on street. Beading, Pa. [March 10,1860. LIVINCOOD'S United States BountyBack Pay and Pension Office, COURT STREET, SEAR SIXTM. TTAV1NG BEEN ENGAGED IN COLLECT-1 1 ing-claim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

MISS I-COMMAND A Story for the Young There wan a very nice-looking girl, who was called Lanrette Arm and. _She was generous, pleasant and industrious. But she had one faul'. and thft_*. was ehe wanted to have her own way wit.h her brothers, _sisiers and all her young friends. She carried it to such an extent that they g*ve her the name of Mis» T-command. She was never satisfied with anybody else's ideas; but her own, she thought, were always excellent As she was very ingenious, and also older than her sisters, they yielded to her invariably when she invented new sports for their amusement. And no one could be kinder to a little child than Laurette was to little Augustine, her younger brother. Alphonso was two years older than Laurette, and very naturally he'did not want to be governed by her in everything, nc went to college, and was a very diligent student, but did not think it beneath his dignity to enjoy and share in the amusements of the children. He loved his brothers...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

A SAO RECORD Truly, Pennsylvania has contributed her full share of blood and treasure in this, (so far,) unprofitable war. In almost every battle that has been fought, her brave troops have distinguished themselves, and shed their blood freely. We know not how many of her sons have perished in bailie died of wounds or sickness in hospitals, or reMirued ho-r>e disabled for life; but we have no uoub! that 'he uuintier exceeds tbat of any other S'H'e Of her fifteen ri>/>imen>u of Reserves, scarce enough remain to make two full regiments of effective men, and almost every regiment of her 200,000 men in the field, has Buffered more or less severely from the casualties of battle, or sickness resulting from severe duty and exposure. She has lost largely of officers, too. Hundreds of her company officers have fallen, and the following list of dead field officers will show how well and.bravely her gallant eons have done their duty and sustained her honor. Li...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

_ijSggf try A CONVIVIAL SONG [FROM THE _Q_8HMA1I—FOB THB BOSTON P08T. Hark, there's the welcome evening bell, And all the little stars are bright; Now sweetest rest our care* dispel_. And oh, how welcome is the eight. Now the hard day's work is ended That was so restlessly pursued ; Witb joy tbe pearly drops are blendoil That in the day our brows bedewed. • Then let us gaily dance and sing! Let ns be happy while we may! Since time is ever on the wing, Let joy come with the close of _daf t Come lovely woman, modest, charming_. With beaming pye and cheek of bloom, Our lives of all their ilia disarming, The festal xceptre now _assnme! Oh, welcome, thou, above all others, And thee, by preference I invite; Would we be happy, oh, my brothers, ' Woman must grace our feast to-night. : Then let dear woman be our tua»t, . The angel of domestic Ufa ; To her, incense and Holocaust, To her, as mother, maid, or wife! Away with all your dusty scrolls, Philosophers! yon, too, may come ! D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

THE FALSE CLERK A THRILLING EVENT. [The subjoined narrative, published originally In Chambers' Journal, is stated to have been translated- from a foreign newspaper. It Is necessary to remind tbe reader that the Island of Mauritius, appertaining at this, time to the English, was originally colonized by the French, and that the population yet consists, in a great measure, of persons of that nation, to whom, by a formal treaty between the parties concerned, their ancient laws atid usages were preserved without any material alterations,] About twelve years ago, the Sieur CloJomir Frenois, a rich merchant of the Island, was discovered, dead, and frightfu ll y disfigured, in his own habitation. His body was found lying on the floor, with the head and face mutilated by ft pistol, and all doubt as to the cause of the catastrophe was dispelled by the discovery of the fatal weapon by _tha side of the corpse, as also of a piece of paper in the handwriting of Ihe.deceased. The paper con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

BYRON'S FRE1R AT CAMBRIDGE There is an amusing anecdote of Byron current in the University, which I do not remember to nave seen in priut. The roof of the library of Trinity College is surmounted by three figures in stone, representing Faith, Hope, and Charity. These figures _areaccessible only from the window of a particular room in Neville's-court, which was occupied by Byron during his residence at College. The adventurer after getting out of this window _hii9 to climb a perpendicular wall, sustaining himself by a frail leaden spout. He has then to traverse the sloping roof of a long range of buildings, by moving carefully on his hands and knees, at the imminent risk of being precipitated fifty feet into the court beneath. When the library is gained, a stone parapet has to be crossed, a bare glance at which sends a thrill through the spectator who surveys it from below. This feat Byron performed one Sunday miming, while the heads of the dons and dig nitaries were yet buri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

INFLUENCE OF HYMNS Magdeburg is memor^)le story hymns, for it was at the cruel sacking of it by Tilly that the school children marched across the marketplace singing, and so enraged him t hat he bid them all to be slain; and from that day, say the chroniclers, the fortune departed from him, nor did he smile again. Other hymns were more fcrtunate, for we read of a certain rough captain who would not bate a crown of the thirty thousand he levied off a captured town, till at last the archdeacon summoned the people together, saying, " Come, my children, we have no more either audience or grace with men, let us plead with God;" and when they had entered the church, and>sung a hymn, the fine was remitted to a thousand. The same hy mn played as merciful a part in another town, which was to be burned for contumacy. When mercy had been asked in vain, the clergyman marched out with twelve boys to the general's lent, and sang there before him, when, to their amazement, he fell u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY _UOBHXKG Office, Sorth'WiH corner of Penn and Fifth street, ad Joining the Farmers' Bank of Reading. _TBBM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. $1,SO« y w, pnpitble in advance. 100 lor «ix month*, in advance. To Clubs : Four copies for $5, in advance. Ton eopi»« for 1:4, j&-All paper* discontinued at the expiration, of tlu tittle paid for. BATES OP _ADVEBTISING IN THE GAZETTE. It. 3t. lnio. 3mo. 6mo. ly. H' Sqnare, Slines _. orleas, 50 50 75 2,00 3 00 ft_.CK 1 •• 10 «• 50 1,00 1.25 8. 0:i f,,00 8.0( 2 " 20 " 1,00 2.00 2,50 5,00 8,00 15 Of 3 " 30 " 1,00 3,00 3,75 7,50 12.00 20, 0( [Larger Advertisements la proportion] Executors' and Administrators' Notices. 6 insertions $2.0_t Anditors1 Notices and Legal Notices. 3 " 1,5( Special Notice?, as reading matter, 10 eta. a line for one Insertion. |_^f" Marriage notices 23 cents each. Deaths trill b_< published _tcratmtOtMly. «5_» »11 Obituary Notic»8, Resolutions or Beneficial and other Private Associations, will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

A Curious Epitaph near _Wabwick.—While we rested ourselves on a horizontal monument, which was elevated just high enough ¦ convenient seat, I observed that one of the gravestones lay very close t%the church, so close that the droppings of the eave would fall Upon it. It seemed as if the inmate of that grave had desired to creep under the church walL On closer inspection we found an almost illegible epitaph on the stone, and with difficulty _madi out this forlorn verse: " Poorly IIv«d. ' And poorly died, Poorly buried, And no one cried." It would be hard to compress the story of a cold and luckless life, death, and burial into fewer words,.or more impressive ones; at least we found them impressive, perhaps because we had to recreate the inscriptions by scraping away the lichens from the faintly-traced letters. The grave was on the shady and damp side of the church, endwise towards it, tbe bead-atone being within about three feet ' of the foundation wall; so that, unless the poor ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Reading Gazette and Democrat — 14 February 1863

A New Remedy fos S.maij, Pox,—The Sara cenia purpurea, or Indian Cup, a native plant of Nova Suntia, which we mentioned some time ago hs being the _specific used by ihe Indiana against ibe _sftall pox, bids fair 10 realize the expecta—iions _emeiriained by medical melt <jt its efficacy_, [n a _leuer addressed to the American Medical Times, Dr. Frederic W. Morris, President Physician of the Halifax Visiting Dispensary, states "that this _aaracenia, a papaveraceous plant, will cure small pox in all Us various farms within twelve hours after the patient has taken the decoction. However alarming and numerous the eruptions," he says, "or confluent and frightful they may be, the peculiar action of the medicine is such that very seldom is a scar left to tell the story of the disease. If either vaccine or variolous matter is washed with the infusion of the saracenia, they are deprived of their contagious properties. So mild is the medicine to (he taste, that it may be largely...

Publication Title: Reading Gazette And Democrat
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