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

FULTON HOUSE, , fl-ATE UNION HOTKL.] M'Connllsburg, Feiin'a. JACOB M'DOaULD, _PKOPKICTOR Boarders taken by the day, week or month. Jan. 8, 1861-tf

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

A ' spleHiid article" New Orleans _mriasscs oc»' /^i_.1 r2 i <tenti ' . _- . _, , igLEr t cv_* 'pBS _SOJTSwmf_^c 'JPmwjirVmwi* oT _extraheaTj -¦. Tib, will »»_re ttviry by ckflfafat ; ' "_1_H _-_W _\ J.W._BASR1'

Publication Title: Pilot
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

tittle-or-2Cotl)_iitgQ. A spendthrift, like a race-horse, soon runs bis race. A preacher ' s word should be law only whea it is gospel. To reduce a debt is by lar the best way of ••ontracting one. Knowledge cannot make wisdom, but, on the contrary, may smother it. i « «» > _^.i Languid war can ' do* nothiug: _wiiich negotiation or submission will not do better. -, , t -. i_3»~ : A goo8e-pon is a fitter thing: for some authors to- liAe in than te write with. A gentleman ean probably mny any lady of his acquaintance—if he pleases. : , " : . * * ¦ _'"".<; . .. ; Fortune is kind 9 to only a tew; the fortunate should be kind to the rest. ; -- _• - ¦• — > _^ >¦ . A sweet temper in a wife is worth' more to a husband than a sugar-plan-tation. —«-_«.4»«»- ; . People sometimes- undertake- to go-ahead and find they ean ' t go- a single foot. Con>nw>n _sense is valuable kail* kinds of business, except fovemakrog. Copten-tment is- a beautiful _inve...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

POSITION IN SLEEPING it is better4 to go to sleep on the right side, fpr _^ thep thestomach is very muchinthe posi tion of a bottle turned upside down, and the contents of it are aided in passing out by gravi tat ion. Jf one goes to sleep on the left :side the operation of .emptying the _stoniach_^of its contents is more1 like drawing water from a well After going to sleep, let the body take its own position, i Ifj you sleep on your back, (especially soon[after, a hearty, .meal, the weight of the dig estive organs, and that of the food, resting on the,gr,eat, yaiu of the body,,*near , the back bone compresses it, and _^ arrests the.flow oft the, blood, more or_, . less. If. the arrest- is; partial the sleep is _^ disturbed, and there are unpleasant dreams. If the meal . has been recent and hearty. •itb? ea .arrest.-isi more, decided-; (and) the Various sensation, such :as falling;, over_.a, precip ice_, or the pursuit of a wild beast, or other impending; danger, and;1the des...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

%n QVJi&xcss. ADDRESS 0F_ WELCOME. BY REV. E. BU_^IDE_^BAqil. At the _recejrtion of the. Nine Months1 Soldiers in _Grccucastk, Pa., May28, 1863. Soldiers :—In the name of this vast multitude, we greet you with an earnest welcome to your homes. When we call to mind the purpose for which * you left us and the manner in which you acquitted yourselves, it is with extreme pleasure we now address to you words of (_congratulation. At no period in all the past has such a contest ever existed as that in which you were engaged. When we look into history and inquire into the character of other urars, we find,.indeed, that rebellion is not. a iw;w thing. Other nations have been necessitated te <neet it< They have been _compelled 1o maintain their authority, not by the skill of diplomacy, but by a resort to the last and sternest mean*. 'But, nowhere can we find a rebel lion whose inception was based on such con suniawt€( wjckedne88,_nud whose _^ hppe of sue* _coss wu«...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

Select Dodtrn "AT THE LAST." [This beautiful poem appeared originally in th< _Pittaburg Independent, written on the passage, "Man goeth forth uuto his work and to his labor until the erening."] ' The stream ia calmest -when it hears the tide, And flowers are sweetest at the _erentjde_, , And birds most musical at the close, of day, And saints divinest whea they pass away. Morning ia lorely, but a holier charm Lies folded close in _Evenings's robe "of balm. •'" ' And weary man must ever lore her best, ' ' for Morning calls to toil, but Night te rest. She comes from Heaven, and on her wings doth bear A holy fragrance, like the breath of prayer; : Footsteps of angels follow in her trace _. To shut the weary eyes of Day _^ in peace. All things are hushed before her, as she throws O'er earth and sky. her mantle of repose: There is a calm, a._beauty, and a power ' That Morning,knows not, in the Evening hour." "Until the Evening" we must weep and toil, Plough life's stern fu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

i ADVKRTlSINCx HATES. j _AdvertUuincntg will he inserted iu the pilot *t tho following rates: I 1 column, one year $70.00 [ i of a column, one year 85_JK i } of a column, one year 20.00 1 square, twelve months 8.00 1 square, six months 6.00 1 square, three months- 4.00 1 square, (ten lines or less) 3 insertions 1-00 Each subsequent insertion 25 Professional cards, one year ,. 5.00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

THE PILOT IS PUBLISHED EVEY TUESDAY MORNING BY JAMES W. M'CBORY, {Xorth Wttt Corner of the Public Square,) at the following rates, from which there will be no dcTiation: Sing le subscription, in advance $1.50 Within six months 1.76 Within twelvo months 2.00 No paper will be discontinued unless at tho eptioo of the Publishers, until all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions will be taken for a less period than six months.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

_PASSINGS EVENTS. Piles bf The Pilot.—We have _severnl files of last year's Pilot,' -which we will sell cheap. • _,m ,,_^ ¦ _w Produpe.—A tyrge amount of produce has been transporter! over, the Franklin Railroad during the past ten days of more. Box No. 2.—16 cans ol jelly. _, can? of f .<„,_!. _, 5 cans of tomatoes, 2 jars of jelly, gome rice aT, dried fruit. Box No. 3. —Containing linl. Emma M. Apple , Sect June.—The fairest month of all the year i,,, opened — beautifully and smiling us em. .n_,_t _leares of the _fortst trees are covered with ti,_ft;r varied foliage. The earth is carpeted with gre«*. __ The perfume of sweet scented flowers is _vnitri »a every breeze. The carrolling of bird*, thr ripj_)i;s , of brooks, the bnlmy zephyrs, all _inrire tu _tn ,.,ij,.v Uie _bwrariw whifch' thr1ftinv 8 oT Na ' fiire has _^r _^ out before us. , • •' Mark how green the groTes, The priyirosebunka _Jiow _fnir; The balmy gales awake the flowers." " The l«r rock _»hims tho pala...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

Tnmvn"NTsm<!TrcKS oia _suaiJji.ei£ No. 2. Greencastle, June 5,1863. Mr Editor :-r-We never will forget the occurreuces of a night last November—during Hie short halt of the army at Spotted Tavern. An impenetrable pall ' of mist and clouds over ? hung the earth. The scintillations of the scattered camp-fires, dimmed by the environing-fog, lent a weird appearance to the scene. It was near the turning hour of night, all the troops comfortably bunked were courting "Nature_^ sweet restorer—balmy sleep," and silence and darkness reigned supreme. The measured tread of the lonely sentinel, and his occasional call- forthe Sergeant of theKGuardj were the _shIa _nnispaitvViif.li _disf._'_nrhed th_'iiiinwnnrfcd calm. a Dick and> Pete were both on duty to-u'ight , and it was about the hour at which the'latter was to relieve the former. Pete was wakened by the Corporal, "and unaccompanied by him, who thought sor much labor useless, he started for his post. When he approached...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

The _isew Orleans Lra, of the 27th, contains the following : Gen. Banks moved down the Red river with his army, crossed to Bayou Sara and thence to Port Hudson, where he united his forces with those of General Augur. The gunboat under Farragut were to move upon the 24th. The mortar fleet opened upon Port _Hsdson the night of the 24th, silencing several of the enemy's guns. Port Hudson is now, therefore, closely besieged and hemmed in, and the fall of this , stronghold will be speedy, even should Gen Banks not order an assault on tl.e works. Colonel Grierson is c«- ¦ operating with General Banks. The garrison at Port Hudson is estimated at 10,000 men—they are scantily supplied with provisions. The New Orleans Era, of the 28th says:— We _Jearn from an authentic source that our army before Port Hudson is in a satisfactory position, and everything promises fair for an _important and successful close of the campaign against the rebel stronghold. Newbern, N. C, May 29.—On the 27th -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

T H E PILOT. GREENCASTLE: Tuesday Morning, June 9,1863 Gen. E. B. _Tylers Barting Words. At the oxpiration of the term of service of the men of his Brigade, Gen. Tyler delivered _» brief but wsH-timed and earnest farewell -nddress. He complimented the men upon their march to Atitietani ; their pood conduct at _Sharpsburs; their march and exposure at Snicker _s Gap; their gallantry at l'redncksfctttg and at Chancellorville. It was only necessary to observe u Your noble bearing in our Teoftnt movements in the face of the enemy and on the march, and to your strictly temper ate,, moral and gentlemanly deportment, to satisfy the mind of any one,that your promises have been fully redeem ed.-t' The concluding paragraph of the address_, ought to be set in letters of sold. We hope uot only every returned soldier., but every soldier, whether in or out of the field, may read the counsel he gives—and the General does what'head vi3es others to do,-to abstain from intoxicating drinks. He ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

One-Hundred-and-Irifty-Eighth Since the return of. ' the Nine months men, the only regiment remaining in the field, which may be properly called a Franklin County regiment, is the One-hundred-and-fifty-ei ghth Pennsylvania Irfflriltr_^. Qur readers know the material of which it is composed. The men are sturdy farmer's sons and stout mechanics and laborers. _^ Nbt _^ onjy in their physical condition do we pronounce this an excellent body; of • men;, but i n intel 1 igence, moral charac . ter and patriotism and _willingness to endure hardship, no other in the service excel them. Every order is obeyed with _alacrity. For a month or more past, this regiment has been encamped near Little .Washington, North Carolina. This place is on the north side of the Pamlico river, a,few _miles_^South of where the Tar river empties into the Painlico ; this latter river flows intd*:the*"Sound of the same nam'e. Although our boys have not. yet f been brought into what may, in the full senjseof ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

Report of Solon Robinson, OF THIi M_".W YOKK TltlBUNK, Ll'ON _TIIJT VINELAND SETTLEMENTJg_^_jy*" T he following is im _extnict from ihe report of 8olon Hobinsun. Esq., published in the New York Tribune, in _reference to Yinelnml. All persons can re d this report with interest. _Adviuitngetf of Fnrming near Home—Vineland—It«» - _murks upon Mnrl—Soil, its great Fertility—Tho Cause of Fertility—Amount of Crops Produced—^ Practical Evidence. It is certainly one of the most extensive fertile tract- " , in an almost Itvel position, and suitable condition for pleasant farming that ive know of this side of the ict-slern prairies. We found some of the oldest farms apparently just as profitable productive ax wheri first ckar«l of forest fifty or a hundred years aqo. The geologist would soon discover _tliecause of tl>:.-continucd fertility. The whole country is a marine deposit, and nil through the soil we found evidtnce._s of calcareous substances, generally in the form of indu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

VINELAND. TO ALL WANTING FARMS New Settlement of Vineland. A REMEDY FOR HARD TIMES. A Rare Opportunity in the Best Market, atid Most Delightful and Healthful Climate in the Union. Only thirty nliles South of Philadelphia, on a Railroad; being a Rich, 'Heavy Soil, and Highly Productive Wheat Land; Amongst the Best in the Garden Stale of New Jersey. It consists of 20,000 acres of GOOD land, divi'led into Farms Of different sizes to suit the purchaser—from 20 acres AND cimvakds—and is sold at the rate of from §15 to §20 per acre for the farm land, payable one-fourth cash, and the balance by quarteryearly installments, with legal interest, within the term of four years. suit The Soil is, in great part, a Rich Clay Loam, - able for Wheat, Grass and Potatoes—also a dark and rich sandy loam, suitable for corn, sweet-potatoes, tobacco, all kinds of vegetables and root crops, and the finest varieties of fruit, such as Grapes, Pear?. Peaches, Apricots, Nectarines, Blackberries, Melens a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

[for the pilot] Ter-Centenary Celebration The German Reformed Church in America, and aL'O to some extent in Europe, observe the present year as a year of jubilee, in honor of the formation and adoption of the Heidelberg Cattchiam. Those who have some acquaintance with the history of the great Protestant Reformation of the 16th century know that this Catechism is one of the principle symbols of the _Reformed church of that period, that it has continued to be the only symbol of the Gorman Reformed Church, and that, owing to its mild and oecumenical spirit, it found wide-spread favor among the _different nations of Protestant E>t>pe. It was prepared, under the direction of Frederick III, called also Frederick the Pious, Elector of the Pulatinate on the Rhine in the year 1563, by _Zacharias Ursious and Caspar Olevianus, professors in the University of Heidelberg. The system of, faith which it teaches is Reformed or Calvanistic, in antithesis to the Lutheran syste...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

Important _Arrivals S H. PR AT HER & CO, HAVE just received a large assortment of NEW co ops which they will take pleasure in phowing to their numerour- customers and others. In Ladies9 Dress Goods, they have Lustres, BInrh Silks, Dcluinrs, Cnskmerrs, Wool Delaines, Fluid Mohair, _LaveUas, . French Merinos, _Colnirgs, Bcbajps. CLOTHS, F5 OR LADIES' CLOAKS, Sht(_tcM_^^ins _-_^^ s ' _^_' fn _Cr s - _Jfoojv _S/cirt.% Balmoral f/_Skietfi Emlrpidcries, Kid- _GloCrs. Gauntlets Collars, White Goods, Blur]:. Crape Veils,, Mourning _d°_-> Chr.neillc and Fancy HetulXet*, Laiiih* Wool Rose. (cheap). Merino and Cotton Hosiery: Ladies' Congress Gaiters, Morocco Boots and Gum Shoes. ]ViENS' WEAR! Black, Blue and _Brotcn Broadcloths, Beaver Ovircoatinfl, Fetershuvi do., Cassimeres, Witbash do , Velvet. Cord. Kentucky Jeans. Satinetts. Undershirts and Drawers. Soldier Shirts, Hats, Cap*, Handkerchiefs, Glooes, Cravats, Bvrmide Ties, Domestic Goods, and BOOTS k_ SHOES! FLOOR...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

V _estings, , ouspenaers, _Cassimeren, . Handkf's, Scarfs, . ., Undershirts, ._^Collars, BoysDrawersJ Shirt Fronts, Drawers, Neck Ties, Satin Stocks, Hosiery, Kid Gloves. Tn _ihi8 branch we have everything of all styles and prices. Ladies DrparimenL Black Silks, Fancy Silks. Plain Silks, Grenadines, Tissues, Bereges, Challis, Delaines, Lawns, Giriphanis, Brilliants, Calicos, Traveling Goods, Lustres, Mohair and Lavella , Ducals, Plaids, Poplins, Chintzes, &c. nnd everything to bo found among the nu.m(er_,ous textures. stylcs and qtin)11 _cs, from'aJ ten cent Calico to the most expensive silk. SHAW _iTs, Evervthine new and desirable. WHITE GOODS! Cambrics, * Jackonetts, Swisses, Lineus, BriliantB, Dimitys, Checks, Stripes. EMBROIDERIES, fcc. French Muslins, Cambric Linens, Book Muslins, Victoria Lawns, _Bobbinnetts, _Mul Is, Blonds, _Skirtings, Linings, Fringes, Laces, Swiss Edji?n«_rs, "" Cambric Edjrinps, Swiss Insertings, • Cambric _Insertinss, Swiss and Cambric _Flo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

250 PAGES and 130 ENGRAVINGS —Price oiily tweuty-five cents Sent.free _nf postage to all par of the Unioa On the infirmities of youth and maturity, disclosing the secret follies of both sexes of all ages,causing dbbility,nervousness _depression of spirits, palpitation of the heart. 8uicidal imag inings.involuntary einitsions,blushings defective memory, indigestion and lassitude, with confessions>of>ih-iWtig interest,ofceqHoarding Softool _Misi, a Colltge Student,,* and a Young Married Lady. _^ «_J_'c , <J- c. It is a-truthful adviser to thfe _roared _aiiil hose contemplating marriagewho entertain secret1 doubts of their physicalcondii ion,and who are . conscious of having hazarded the health, happiness and _privilies to which every human being is entitled. YOUNG MEN who art troubled with, _weakness generally caused by a bad habit, in youth the effects of which are dizs ess, pains, f . orgetfulriess. sometimes a ringingin the ears, weak eyes, weakness of the ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 9 June 1863

Headjiuartkus, Provost Marshal ;; V loth District, Pkxssylvania. > ; _CHAMBKnsnitUQ, June 1st, 1868. ' _* J- • The attention of ;all officers who have been, honor-, ably _discharged, ' ott account of wounds or (Usability, is called to the following circular. 1 * GEO. EYSTERV Provost Marshal, 16th District, Pcnha. CIRCULAR No. 8.—War Dkpaktmk._nt. Provost Marshal-General's Office, Washington City, May 22dV 1863.—The attention of all officers who haVe been honorably discharge, on account of wounds or disability, and who desire to re-enter the service in the1 Invalid Corps, is called to the provisions of General Orders. No. 105 of 1863. from the War Department, puhhshed in the papers throughout the country; Suoh officars are requested I a comply promptly with the provisions of that order, and to send their written applications, as therein provided_, for _positional in the Invalid Corps (stating the _charaotor of their disability), with as little delay as possible, to the Act...

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