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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 16 June 1863

HOME JOURNAL FOR 1861 Njw- Series.—New Features.— New Ttve. Morris and Willis, Editors. A new series'of this widely circulated family newspaper, will be commenced on ihc fifth day of Januar y next—printed on fine paper arid new type. With the January number will.-. begin the publication of a series of beautiful original works of fac» and fiction written expressly for the Home Journal, by the best authors of America.— The first of these is from the facile pen of a wellknown and highly gifted author, and is a powerfully written, startling, mysterion.. and deeply interesting history of courtship and ma tried life. Thischarruin story will be succeeded by others of a similar de _j .oription, several of which are already in preparation. All the former peculiar features of ihe pa per, which have given it a wide-world _reputation, will be continued, while the several new oneS _j will add infinite variety to its already diversified p _' atjes Among them are a number of fresh, spicy, am...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 16 June 1863

_W_*; jIRG&HTIC ' ** Jfl1 A SUPERLATIVE TONIC,DIURETIC, "&# BYSPf_^ _^- —AMD— — [NVPRA1M CORDIAL To the citizens of N.Jersey & Pennsylvania Apothecaries, Druggists, Grocers and Private Families. Wolfe's Ptu-e Cognac Brandy. Wolf f's Pure Mcderia, Shei-ry and Port _Winf Wolfe's Pure Jamaica and St. Oroix Rum. Wolfe's Pure Scotch and Irish Whisl-y. ALL IH" BOTTLES. I BEG leave to call the attention of the citizens of the States ;to the above Wines and Liquors, imported by Udoli-ho Wolfe, of New York, whose name is familiar in every part of this country for the piui ty of his celebrated _Scuiedan Schnapps. Mr. Wolfe in his letter to me; speaking of the purity of hk Wines and Liquors, says: " 1 will staketmy reputation as a man, my standing as a merchant of thirty years'residence in the city of New York, that all the Brandy and Wines which I bottle are pure ns imported, and of the best quality, an i can be relied upon by every purchaser." Every bottle has t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 16 June 1863

GENERAL AND LOCAL MATTERS. IT. S. GOVERNMENT. President, Abraham Lincoln, Illinois. Vice-President. Hannibal Hamlin, Maine* Secretary of State, Win. If. Seward, New York Attorney General. Edward Bates. Missouri. Secretary of Treasury, Salmon P. Chase. Ohio. Secretary of War, Edwin M. Slanton, Pennsylvania Secretary of Navy, Gideon G. Welle _^ Connecticut. Secretary of Interior, Caleb B.Smith, Indiana. Post-master General, Montgomery P. Blair, Md. Chief Justice of the U. S, Roger B. Taney, Md. STATE GOVERNMENT. Governor, _Andrew G. Curtin, Centre. r # Secretary of State, Eli Shyer, Union. Attorney General, Wm. M. Meredith, of Phila. Auditor General, Thafmas Coehran, York* Surveyor General, Henry Couther, of Elk. Superintendent of Common Schools, Thomas _H. Burrows, Lancaster. State Treasurer, Henry D. Moore, Philadelphia. Judges of the Supreme Court—Chief Justice—Wm-B. Lovsrie; John M. Read. J. M. Strong, James Thompson, G. W. Woodward. COUNTY OFFICERS. President Judge, Jaw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 16 June 1863

_professional Cares JAMES M. IRWIWAttorney at Law, Greencastle, Pa Collections promptly attended to. Office on East Baltimore street, one door East of A. L; Irwin & Son's Hardware Store. April 21, 1863 tf. _SXQVELY STRICKLER ,Att'y at Law, Chambersburg, Pa., will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted tp,his care. Office at his residence, on nrket street, one door East of the Diamond. J6_@*" He will attend to legal business in adjoining counties. may 14, 'Gl BR. E. B. HAMILL—Rejadent Dentist —-would respectfully announce to the citizens of Greencastle and vicinity, that he has. located permanently, in their midst, for the practice of his profession. Having been very extensively and successfully _engaged in the _practice for the last * .ight years, in Mircersburg, he natters himself, from his long experience in the profession, that he ¦ will be able to please ail that wil favor him _wiih their patronage. Whole or parts of sets of Teeth_, mounted on Gold?...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 16 June 1863

OFFI_3JS OF JAY COOKE, ¦ ¦ : • SU15SCIUPTON AGKXT , At Jay Cooke & Co-, Bankers, 114 _Sozith Third Street, . .T Philadelphia, November, 1, 18G2. THE undersigned having been appointed SUBSCRIPTION AGENT by the Secretary of the Treasury, is now prepared to furnish, at once, the New Twenty Year 6 Per Cent. Bondsof the United States, designated as " Five-Twenties," edeemaHe at the pleasure of the<Governmeht; after five years, and _authorized by Act of-Congress, approved February 2">, 1862. The COUPON BONDS are issued in sums of $50, $100, $500. $1000. The REGISTER BONDS in sums of $50, $100, $500. $1000, $5000. Interest at Six per cent, per annum will commence roin date of purchace. and is ¦ PAYABLE IN GOLD. Semi-Annually, which is equal, at the present premium on gold, to about eight per cent, per Annum. Farmers, Merchants, Mechanics, Capitalists, and all who have any money to invest, should know and remember that these Bonds* are, in effect, a FIRST MORTGAGE ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 16 June 1863

A. MATPTTOT & SON'S StUTi ¦T'tf ifiln ¦ ' *•! /£ i 1 i m. HI t,tJ-Jrii|r _ij_«?i Sofa and Furniture Warerooms_, Xo8. 25 and 27 Xorth Guy Street, (XEAIt FATKTTB STREET,) Extending from Gay to Frederick street, and not excelled in the Union. 4 LWAYS on hand a large assortment of every A. variety of HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE Furniture, embracing Bureaus. Sofas, assorted colors of Cottage Furniture, Bedsteads, Tele-a-Tctes, Settees, Washstands, V ardrobes . Arm, Wood, Office, Rocking and Barbar Chairs, Elageres. Marble Tables, Sideboards, Spring Beds, Mattresses of Husk, Cotton and Hair, Reception and Upholstered Chairs, Cribs and Cradles, Extension Tables of every length. _$_gj?*' Persons disposed to purchase are invited to call and give our stock an _examination which, for variety and quality of workmanship, cannot be excelled by any establishment in the country. A. MATH1OT & SON, Nos. 25 and 27 North Gay street, Jan. 29, 1861-ly. Baltimore, Md.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 16 June 1863

a r m e n s WILL DO WELL BT GETTING THEIR GRAIN DRILLS FROM KELLER & PLUM. 1st.—They are built under the care of the old and experienced Drill builder, under whose care they have always been built heretofore. 2d.—As we are (he only men who are building Keller's Guano Drill, and the Plain Drill, in Greencastle. 3d.—As our Plain Drills built this season oan 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 F. Keller. 5th.— As Grain Drills that come from Greencastle this season, and have not KELLER'S name upon the Brill, are not built under the care of the oJd and experienced Drill Maker. $£3_^, AH persons who wanttliegenuine GREEN" * CASTLE'GRAIN DRILLS will please send their _ordep 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 c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 16 June 1863

I) 0 t C I 5 . " T II _E UNION ," ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD, PHILA DELPHI A. UPTON".S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. g£_2<"*" This Hotel is central, convenient by Passenger Cars to all parts of the city, and in every particular adapted to the comfort and wants of tli p business public. TERMS $1.50 PER DAY. October 22, ISGl-ly. FULTON HOUSE, [LATE _UXIOX HOTEL.] M'Connllsburg, Penn'a. JACOB MC DO:V4-L.D, PROPRIETOR. Boarders laken by the day, week or month. Jan. 8. 18Gl-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 16 June 1863

POND'S EXTRACT OF HAMAMELIS_, O PAIN DESTROYER. . Is one of the few domestic remedies which have come into general use and favor, without puffino-. It is the product of a simple shrub, harmless in all cases, and as a domestic remedy unequalled. For Burns, Cuts, Bruises, Soreness, Lameness, Sprains Rheumatism , Boils, Ulcers, Old Sores and Wounds, it has not an equal. It is also used, with great success for Toothache, Headache, Neuralgia, Sore Throat, Colic, Diarrhoea, Hoarseness, and other similar trouble ' some and painful affections, while it prompty ar rests all Hemorrhages. Hundreds of physicians use it daily in their practice, and _gW it their unonali. fied recommendation. Sold by our agent* and deal ers, and by F. HUMPHREYS & CO., 562 BroadWay, SOLE _PROPRIETORS AND MANlTFACturtERV May 8,-'6O, Ty. *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 16 June 1863

A _splendid article New Orleans molasses oc>it . 12J -ients. RILEY & Co's. PERSONS wanting- Tmware,Mnaae. of extra heavy Tin, will save m\,ocj \>y calling at ' 9 " _* J. _W. BARRV

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 August 1863

"A ®oo_5 _SiovLK IF I HAD KNOWN OF THIS BY T. S. ARTHUK. "Dearest mother," so she wrote, "how my heart is achiDg to see you! Three years—three long, long years! What an _age it seems In the Fall, Henry said that 1 should visit you in the Spring; and now the maple leaves are out, and golden buttercups spangle the green fields, but be does not speak of it. I wonder if he has forgotten ? How could he forget ?—Last evening I had it on my tongue to say that Spring was here, and did begin the sentence, but he interrupted me with a complaint about something wrong in our housekeeping matters and I had no heart to touch the subject again. IF things go wrong, and worry him, while I am here and trying to do my best, they would become intolerable during my absence. It is plain that I am not to see my dear old home this Spring. Henry cannot spare me. Well, well; no doubt all is for the best. But, I am a weak child instead of a strong woman;. a weak child, longing for my mother. "Henry ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 August 1863

Uttk-or-_^_Totlnnqs Every cook should circumnavigate the world of kitchen literature. ¦ i m » — — It is beauty' s privilege to kiil time , and time's privilege to kill beauty. • "—!«»> m,, . ¦ A verb is a word signifying to be, to do or to suffer; woman's life is a verb. A man may be nettled b y a rose—if his sweethearts gives it to his rival. ; _tm ¦ ¦¦ A widow, whose lands supply rieh grazing for a thousaud cattle, is an attractive grass-widow. Over-warm friendships, like hot potatoes, are quickly _dropped. The crow is a brave bird; he never shows the white feather. —¦ — _< m , m To make your coat last; avoid' using it; to make your virtues endure them continually. — , _ii_^i— Dandies and nanny-goats never fail to pride themselves upon their kids. Bacou _sajs that ''good schools make men." Then they are man'factories. ——— ¦i_»i » The miser is a wrecch who starves himself in one world to be damned in another. If a roan thinks he belongs to a superior cast,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 August 1863

A DISAPPOINTED WOMAN A few months since a gentleman bad the misfortune to lose his wife, a literary lady of some reputation. After grieving for a number of weeks, a bright idea entered the head of the widower. He thought that he could do something to lessen his sorrow, and for that purpose he called upon a lady of his acquaintance, and requested to speak a word with her in private. Thinking that, she was about to receive a proposal, the lady prepared to listen with becoming resignation. "Myrrha, said he with downcast eyes as he took her hand, "you knew my wife!" "Certainly." "It is not good for a man to be alone." "Perhaps not;" "Did you ever reflect upon that part of the marriage service which required couples to cleave unto each other till death do us part?" »T h_*_T,a » "I haveoften reflected upon it myself Now death has parted me from my wife, and I feel very lonely." "I should think it likely." "I think I must do something to restore to me her kind consolations , and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 August 1863

DUTIES OF A MOTHER She should be firm—gentle—kind , always ready to attend to her child. She should never laugh at him—at what he doe" that is cunning—never allow him to think of his looks except to be neat and clean in all his habits. She should teach him to obey a look—so respect those older than himself ; she should never make a command without seeing that it is performed in the right manner. Never speak of a child's faults or foibles or reneat his remarks before him. It ia a sure way to spoil a child. Never reprove a child when excited nor let your tone of voice be raised when correc ting_^ Strive to inspire love, not dread—respect, not fear. Remember you are training and educaf ing a soul for eternity. Teach your children to wait upon themselves —to put away a thing when done with it. Butjdo not forget you were once a child. The griefs of little'ones are too often neglected; they are great for them, and never in any way rouse their anger if it can be avoided. Teach a ch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 August 1863

When the summer breeze is sighing Mournfully along; Or when autumn leaves are falling, Sadly breathes the song. Oft in dreams I see thee lying On the battle plain, Lonely, wounded, even dying, Calling but in vain. Weeping sad and lonely, &e; If amid the din of battle Nobly you should fall, Far away from those who love you, None to hear you call—Who would whisper words of comfort, Who would soothe your pain ? Ah ! the many cruel fancies ' Ever in my brain. Weeping sad and lonely, &c. Select poetry. WHEN THIS CRUEL WAR IS OVER BY CHAR1K8 0. SAWYER, Dearest love, do you remember, When we last did meet, How you told me that you loved me, Kneeling at my feet? Oh! how proud you stood before me In your suit of blue, When you vowed to me and country Ever to be true Weeping sad and lonely, Hopes and fears how vain! When this cruel war is over, Praying that we meet again! But our country called you, darling, Angels cheer your way; While our nation's sons are fighting, Wo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 August 1863

ADVERTISING RATES * —— ¦ o ¦ Advertisements will be inserted in the phot at the following rates: 1 column, one year $70.09 _i of a column, -one y«ar 35.0_t _J of a column, ono year... 20.00 1 square, twelvemonths 8.00. 1 square, six months 6.OO1 1 square, three months- _^ 400 1 square, (ten lines or less) 3 insertions 1.00 Each subsequent insertion._» 25 Professional cards, _oae year __ 5.0ft

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 August 1863

PASSING EVENTS. Piles Of The Pilot.—We have several files of last year's Pilot, which we will sell cheap. « 1 _mt 1 » _=— Goods are getting scarce here, owing to the difficulty in getting them here, since the railroad has been damaged. _Wu would be pleased if those of ory subscribers who arc in arrenrs to us for Subscription, would call and settle, as we need money badly. i« 1 ^> 1 — , Ir you want job work done, neatly and cheaply or if you want to subscribe for a good paper, come at once to The Pilot office. ^—•••—•>4^«*-^—; ! ' Let the People See —Wm. M'Crqrt has just opened, at his Clock and Jewelry Store, on South Carlisle street, a large and elegant assortment of Gold, Silver and Steel _Specrncles. Rev. iC B. WotTF being ahout to leave'Greencastle. respectfully requests all persons who have borrowed books from him, to leave them with J;_=M. _Irwin, Esq_^ ; , _i Borrowing.—"If it were as customary to borrow a man's hat, coat or breeches, as it is to borrow hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 August 1863

Letter from South Carolina. _Advance _Piqttet Station, "_) Seabrook Plantation, Pout Royal Island, > South Carolina, July 8th, 18_F3. j Friend Pilot:—It is with much anxiety that I set down to write. We have beeu in suspence for some time on account of not getting a mail from the north; and the result is that we have all kind of rumors in regard to the Rebels. The report is current here now, that the Rebels are in Harrisburg, ninety thousand strong, commanded by General Lee. We have also the report that Carlisle was burned and that the militia skedaddled. I suppose by this time the Rebels are either in Washington and Philadelphia, or have been whipped out of the north altogether; at least we all hope they have been whipped. It is discouraging to us Pennsylvania troops down here amoug the mosque tos and sand, living on Hard Tack and Salt Jerk, to hear of the Rebels in our own towns, and perhaps at our own homes, living on the best Pennsylvania can afford. I often hear the re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 August 1863

THE DRAFT War Department, ~ \ Provost Marshal _General's Office, V Washington, July 17,1863 j Circular No. 47.—I. Drafted men become soldiers in the service of the United States by the fact of their names having been drawn in the draft. The notification served upon them by the Provost Marshal is merely an announce_, raent of the fact, an order for them to report for duty at a designated time and place. 2. The following opinion of the Hon. Win. Whiting, Solicitor of the War Department, is published for the information of all concerned "When a person has been drafted, in pur _suance of the Enrollment Act of March 3d. I860, notice of such draft must be served with in ten days thereafter by a written or printed notic, to be served on him per-onally, or by leaving a copy at his residence, requiring him to appear at ,a designate rendezvous to report for duty. Any person failing to report for duty after notice left at his place of residence or served on him personlly, without furni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 August 1863

THE INVASION Mr. Editor :—We do not desire to write an inclusivo account of the invasion of our State by the South'_s Napoleon. This period of terror and suspense is too replete with incidents laughable aud serious, trifling and momentous, to be grouped together in oue letter ; and the Pilot's readers being eye-witnesses to the passage through our borough by the rebel army, and*all its concomitant minutiae-, would not enjoy a tame rehearsal of what they had seen. — Every one heard them inquire, with unparalleled bombast and insult, the roads and distances to our principal cities. They heard their threats about retaliation, and most all, to their sorrow, experienced the same. They heard their vauutiugs aud boastings, how they had returned to the Union and expected to re main ; and asked us how we liked . Every one knows, too, about the hat and shoe traffic carried on between some of our citizens and certain grey backs. They know the appearance " Johuny Reb" makes, and the con...

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