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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 May 1863

_FARMERS WILL DO WELL BY GETTING THEIR GRAIN DRILLS F R O M KELLER & PLUM. 1st,—They are built under the care of the old and experienced Drill builder, under whose care they have always heen built heretofore. 2d.—As we are the only men who are building Keller's Guano Driil, and the Plain Drill, in Greencastle. 3d.—As our Plain Drills built this season can be changed to Guano Diills, cheaper than any other men's make. 4th.—As our Plain Drills have some good improvements this season, which will be patented by John P. Keller. 5th.—is Grain Drills that come from Greencastle this season, and have not KELLER'S name upon the Drill, are not built under the care of the old and experienced Drill Maker. _g@= All persons who want the genuine GREENCASTLE GRAIN DRILLS will please send their orders to KELLER & PLUM, Greencastle Pa. Persons will find ou Shop \ \ squares south of the Diamond, on Railroad street. KELLER & PLUM, May 20, '62. Greencastle, Franklin cot, P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 May 1863

New Remedies for Spermatorrhoea. HOWARD ASSOCIATIONPHILADELPHIA, a Benevolent Institution e ' stablishsd by special endowment, for the Relief of the Sick imd Distressed, afflicted with virulent, and Epidemic Diseases, and especially for the Cure of Diseases of the Sexual Organs. Medical advice given gratis, by the Acting Surgeon. Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhoea, and other Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on the NEW REMEDIES employed in the D'spenSary, sent in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Two or three stamps for postage acceptable. Address. Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Acting _Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors EZRA D. HEARTWELL, Prest. GEO. FAIRCHILD, Sec'y [Mar. 21, '61. NOTICE. —A long time having now elapsed since the dissolution of the firm of BONNER & M'CRORY, and many claims for Subscription and Advertising still remaining unpaid, the surviving partner, desirous to 'settle finally with the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 May 1863

CLARK'S SCHOOL VISITOR, vow vu,. A DAY SCHOOL MONTHLY. The Visitor will commence its seventh volume with the January No., 1863. This is the only Day School Periodical published at FIFTY CENTS A TEAK.! Magazine form. Beautifully illustrated. Readings, Music, Speeches, Dialogues, Stories, Puzzles, &c, &c from the very best writers. The Visitor has the largest circulation of any Educational Journal published. Now is the time to form clubs for Winter Schools. Sand for a specimen, and see inducement to clubs. Address DAUGHADAY & HAMMOND, Publishers, Philadelphia, Pa. "" GET YOUR JOB _PRINTING DONE AT .GREENCASTLE, PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 May 1863

MMK. DKMOBEST'S QUARTERLY MIRROR of FASHIONS Great Improvements. THE SumtnerSnumber will contain four large and splendid Fashion-plates, three full-sized Patterns, comprising the New French Waist, an Elegant Sleeve, and a Misses Sack, together with nearly 100 Engravings of all t. • .ai....!!^ _,i: 8u>nme. h. mnett_. Cloaks, Trimr,\:n?s, C>.UJ-tn*3 _xhjssrs, Etc., _iuul valuable inforrr.a,mn to Milliners,.Dress Makers, Mothers and _Liidies_^_sne ral ly, presenting theilargest and best Fashion Magnziue in the »Vor!d. published 473 Broadway, and sold everywhere at 25 cents, or sent by mail post free, on receipt of tHe amount, yearly $1. with the following valuable premium. Each yearly subscriber will be entitled to the selection of 50 cents worth of plain patterns, from the design in the book, or from the show room, or they may be ordered and sent by mail any time during v .he year, by paying the postage. Splendid Inducements to Canvassers. Summer number will be ready o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 May 1863

THE SATURDAY MOfelNG POST, The best Family Newspaper m WESTERN PENN SYLVANIA, and the only 'Democratic Union Sheet in Pittsburgh. ' ' * * * / ESTABLISHED IN \%U. It contains nil the _current news of the day, relia_, ble Monetary, ferket. and Commercial reports',"and a choice selection of Tales, Poetry., Literary and Scientific 'Articles, Valuable Statistical information, Agricultural News. &c. Also—The Latest Telegraphic News. Embracing every _importantvitem of ' News, Foreigr and lA?tnestic. _^Congressional Intelligence. * Legisla live Proceedings. &c. TERMS $1 PER ANNUM for a single copy or 11 copies for one year for $10. _figg_* Address JAMES P. BARR, Editor and Proprietor, Corner Fifth and Wood Sts., Pittsburgh, Pa. 8®* Send your money by mail nt my risk.<r _@g

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 May 1863

C) 0 t C I 6 " THE UNION. " ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD, PHILADELPHIA. UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. 8_^" This Hotel is central, convenient, by Passenger Oars to all purls of the city, and in every particular adapted to the comfort and wants of thf business public. TERMS $1.50 PER DAY. October 22, 1861-ly. FULTON HOUSE, [late union hotel.] M'Connllsfcurg, Peim'a. JACOB M'DONALO, PROPISIETOB Boarders _iaken by the day, week or month. Jan. 8. 1861-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 May 1863

POND'S EXTRACT OP HAMAMELIS, O PAIN DESTROYER. Is one of the few domestic remedies which have come into general use and favor, without. puffin<». It is the product of a simple shrub, harmless in all ca_, ses, and as a domestic remedy unequalled. For BurjisCuts, Bruise*, [Soreness, Lameness,v _Sptahts Rheumatism, Boils; Ulcers, Old Sores and _WounVtt it has uot an equal. It is also used, with great success for Toothache, Headache, Neuralgia, Sore .Throat Colic, Diarrhcea, Hoarseness , and other similar trouble ' some and painful affections, while it prompty arreste all Hemorrhages. Hundreds of physicians use it daily in their practice, and givxj it their unqnaiifiedrecommendation.! Sold by our agents and deal ers, and by ° _~. P. HUMPHREYS _to_^ 562 _Broadwayi SOLE PROPIlIBTOR^^ ^^^ANUFACTtjBIBS. May 8,- 60, ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 May 1863

OMNIBUS LINE BETWEEN GREFMIVTLE _JWI>f ; W\YiVl>B0T?O' , T HE undersigned would respectfully announce to the traveling public, that a very Large and Commodious Omnibus is run daily between Greencastle and Waynesboro' by him, leaving Waynesborq ' in the morning and reaching Greencastle in due _' time for the early train Eastward, on the Franklin Railroad, and leaving Greencastle, on the arrival of the train from the East, returning/to Waynesboro' on the saint day. S His Omnibus is Comfortable and Safe, »-nd he promises no pains wiii be spared to secure comfort and safety to all who mayencourage this lin e- " SMAUEL P. STONERS Greencastle, August 14, 186O.-tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 May 1863

Professional Cards. TAMES M. IRWINAttorney at Law, el Greencnslle, Pa Collections promptly attended to. Office on East Baltimore street, one door East of A. L. Trwin & Son's Hardware Store. April 21, 1863.tf. SNIVEL Y STRICKLER Att'y at Law, Chatnbersburg, Pa., will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted to his care. Office _nt his residence, on arket street, one door East, of the Diamond. 8®* He will attend to legal business in ftdjoiningcounties. may 14,'61

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 May 1863

A6p leniid article New Orleans molasses oc»' 12J-.ent8.jf _> » _KILBY & Co's. P ERSONS Wantinf ?_Tiawar(^.B_^Kie of extra he»*J Tin, -will Bare nn,orf i>y icaliinW at-" J.W.BABB'*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 2 June 1863

BY A SOJOURNEB [for the pilot.] an essay on MODESTY vs. PLATTEEY Mr. Editor:—Whilst sojourning in your beautiful town, I thought I would spare a few moments in giving expression to my thoughts upon the subject of Modesty, through the columns of your interesting paper. Modesty consists in a parity of manners—in an humble opinion of our own merits, acquirements and talents, when compared with those of others around us. So refined a feeling as modesty in ourselves, is the highest compli ment* that we can gjve to the superiority of those with whom we have daily or weekly intercourse, or with those with whom we associate more or less frequently, and cannot fail of engaging every prepossessing opinion in our favor, and of conciliating in favor of our interests, every influence which they can expect, and every effort that can be brought to bear to our advantage: " In the modesty of fearful duty I read as much, as from the rattling tongue Of fancy and audacious eloquence." If we...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 2 June 1863

3, ©oo5 Story. [CONCLUDED.] At this moment Major Keller entered, followed by two soldiers. Albert and Catharine separating, suddenly looked anxiously towards him.t , ., , ,. .. . , -,-. ,- . -• ¦ . -, ¦ ,¦ ¦ . , i'_^ll in good time,"; exclaimed the major. ' You are agreed at last. 1 expected us much I krioW the fair sex." Then turning to Albert, he said, in a low voice: "In case of any hesitation on \'our part, my fine fellow, I have brought you two comrades from the reinforcewent, charged to take you before « court mar tial, if you have not signed at the fourth beat of the drum. There is the first,'* as the drum was heard_^_outsidor* Albert started at the sound. "You know the discipline," con tinued the ' major; "dinobcdicnce to the kitig-— penalty of death—shut immediately! Come sergeant;," added he pointing to the table, "take the pen. iNow for the conjugal flourish!" Gatharino'(suddenly gaining her self possession, exclaimed: "He will not sign major; he does not _wisfi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 2 June 1863

Select _iDoetvij SONO.-THE FARMER'S DAXJGHTEF On Saco's bank, where the lilies stoop To kiss the placid water, And the willows o'er its _blossom droop, I first met the farmer's daughter; Her eyes met mine, as she took the flowers, . Which I from the heath had brought her; How full of bliss were the few short hours I spent with the farmer's daughter! The dew was still on the grassy lea, The morn when first I met her; The words were sweet that she spoke to the, Ah! can I eer forget her! . The swallow roek'd on the fickle spray, Ami dipp'd in the flowing water; The robin warbled _* blifhsomelay, At I _kisBed the farmer's daughter. ' f» - 7 i- Sli I V . if ' ' _< I jqurnej'd far, to a distant shore, But my mind was sad and weary ; And as I thought of the days of yore _. My heart was again with Mary. . , , I long'd to be by her. side.once more, ) And I sped again o'er the water; And found the spot where we met before, But found not the farmer's,daughter.u The robin' s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 2 June 1863

ADVERTISING KATIES. Advertisements will be inserted in thk pilot at tke following rates: 1 column, one year $70.00 _i of a column, one year ...! 35.OC I of a column, one year 20.0l> 1 square, twelve months 8.00 1 square, six months 5.00. I square, three months- 4.00 1 square, (ten lines or less) 3 insertions. 1.00-Each _subsequent insertion %s. 25 Professions,! cards, one year _„ 5.0Q>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 2 June 1863

THE PILOT 18 PUBLISHED EVKY TUKSDAY _MORNINQ BY JAMES W. M'CKORY, (iVor/A Wttt Corner of the Public Square,) »t the follovring rates, from which there will be no _deviation: Siugle subscription, in advance $1.60 Wi»hin six months 1.75 Within twelve months - 2.00 Xo paper will be discontinued unless at the _aption * •f the Publishers, until all arrearages are paid. No tubseriptions will be taken for a less period than nix months.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 2 June 1863

The gate of a gentleman' s door-yard is always neat and tasteful. In more senses than one you may know a gentleman by his gait. ¦ < _o 1 »i Heed not that your years are toaay; wisdom and truth and virtue have no more old a_ff s than the angels. <m 1 _O ¦» fci Generally the office-seeker who gets nothing, gets what is good for him and exactly what he is good for.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 2 June 1863

THE PILOT GREENCASTLE: Tuesday Morning, June 2,1863. " T HE " NEWS. Beaufort, May, 20.—It appears from recent developments which have been made that a million dollars' worth of supplies have reached the enemy through the agency of the division aud regimental-sutlers ' . The former have the exclusive right to open wholesale houses wherever they choose, and in many cases such houses have been established where there was no military jurisdiction, and free access to'the enemy was readily obtained. **t « • . ¦» *¦ ¦ r»n *¦ nil * "fcT V T-_* - ¦ • Washington, May 23.—The Navy Department has received the following from the Mississippi squadron: Flag Ship Gen Price, V Grand Gulf, Miss., May 18. j Sir:—1 had the _honoftfo inform you, froui Alexandria, of the capture of that place arid the forts defending the _^approaches to the city, by the naval force under my command. Twenty-four hours after we arrived the "advance guard of the i_^Pp' army catueinto the city and General Banks arriv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 2 June 1863

of convenient reference to, our readers wo .publish th_* following tame of duUeson I_^nk Checks, Draft.x, _T*Kwer of UVforngy_^k _''_Ms_^_ns ' would ' do well _tn > _outf it buivnaa ' place'H_^_sBibe_^lfere w_^ere'ii wonW alwaystibe! conveniBnfc.forJ_^fere_^nee. ' By sd doing, _y«m»^_Wftently a, gr,e»>^e_^l <o& _trouble_._and, _annoy - _Xn Ssfhe f!s '?^ xSQ&tiM 11% - payment of an_^r _su,m exceeding $20, 2C f Dri s ft_«j; bii-i bl rderV fortiie'Vaymenfof money, otherwise than at sight or on demand and U. all. _«_romis«ary Notts ; on 'dMiau_^or i _^B-- " ' ii#R!> _;m_^:< -i; U \. ¦;. Jr,u.« --j»iifM»_-»|.!--r-Amrt_^f._iNpjUiii>_$?> '\; 6_St _L '8?ini4«M».6f 6_J ¦ ¦** °r '_$La _&\_-_> da M' _daya_. dauii mo*, mot. .m>» - $50 t ' 6$_260! _Ul.4 52 4! 08¦'h W 06 10 es2Q_(il_1'v»400iAd'._J02.j-,b4«>ni06'_s .108*'12 °0 400" . 600 03 06 ; ()9, ]2 18 8i» 600" 800 04 08 "'ia'_^ _ift ' 24 40 _utSW...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 2 June 1863

r,,WK.wo_^_ild, bjij p le_^sej CLif; thoselot _^r_^bs_^ _ibers who are in arrears to us for Subscriptionwould call .wwiii'M Hi»i «n_»_. ' , fhj _miti «?« _rritiJt ;»:•» and settle, as we need money _bndlv. Errata. —lit the first poeticai-sqtf6tSVtfotf'iii .i *_hie _articj_^ b.n-i Mo'des_^l for _^he _? vrox& infancy" / te&d THK.PEbpEB Will'find* allJ the 'delicnties' o_^f'ttie season it'OV _iHosthttkh'_s _tfstabliishmehti, _ilni 'the_'iN. E. corner of the public _square_* _ar! * •'; •i_^c-f.-.ir-w " _^ Babylon. _^ !A!^c\_ir_?_'_^inS l'! _aneffi _^ty of Baby yu _wW delivered rihir1Ke?1 So'uth! _^n8£ _#_cYiooli House _iion,-lasti _Tuesday !evening.1.1 Magic! lantern_; i)l,u_^r_9,3tj1b_#s _^ wei;ejgxstn by _$_«_# _^_,_Ravi».* -; urur, _" Mlflist_^r_^ l_^ev? *_$r. 'WbbREr hJ a y _^ht_4re& 1rp ' <?h his-'duties*1 as'jun'ioF _pastor 'oh-* the'MefcerBbarg (MelHodist)_iCircuit.; Hereafter _tlierc wilVbe _sei|viv fees;uin . the ,_#ethpdi_^_Ufihurch ojif leye...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 2 June 1863

_B eeeptib_)_M._^_The»«»_fe«"a; tWi26th r_. v., have every w ' lfere met with a hearty welcome. In the several*"boroughs 'f *'of 'tir»' " _equity, receptions weregivetftMnio1ii llieirifeRir&_* Company C—C»pt. Jl .il P;iVli}CBi.t6cK-_^afte* leaving here on _SatnVdayf _tfir «fi8&ff_^ _blt., !:Were met outside of MercefsVurg liy? '¦& _4akf assemblage of citizens, (as wev _IearViTr r o&!3 tliei ' Journal); and escorted into _»6wn_; & pi«cV\)T4Susfcy _"_^ composed for tli» occasion, _wasisiing bytb'e" lair ladies and _patriotic gentleman of the place, from,the balcony of Mvrphy's Hotel _s - Rev J Dr.j _T6omab Crkioh _delivered an eloqbent and touching'address of welcome, which is,vby?the?waj'one-of the most appropriat* addresses we have read or "heard for '» long time.— Great enthusiasm was manifested. The officers and men of company Gvreocived such a welcom* as tLey _deseryediliiFirbm tbe Wayhesboro_* Record, we U>arn fhe f6116witfgt _i...

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