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

FAI!1 E'R' S _wit.t_, no -well ht _msTTrxn thetw. 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 ibe only men who are building Keller's Guano Driil, and. the Plain Drill, in Greencaf-tle. 3d.—As onr Plain Drills built this season can be changed to Guano Diills, cheaper than any other men's make. 4tb.—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 Drill, are not built under the care of the old nnd experienced Drill Maker. AGENTS wanted to sell Gary's Patent Cap nud Breast Lantern. To those furnish ing satisfactory references, a liberal salary and expenses-will be paid. The article is needed bj every farmer and mechanic in the country,and will meet _lvith ready sal e For p rticulars Addre...

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

CLOTHING FOR THE MILLION HAUS & BRADLEY Have just received a new and elegant stock of Spring au& Sainmcr ©0000, for Men Add Bjyi' wear, consisting in part , of BUCK FRENCH CLOTHS, of the best qj_._uitiei_, _Fin_»y Cloths, a choice selectiou of Summer _OAssimerej, Black Doeskin Cassimere_», Boys _CassiuiereSi v _cnetip), Vv abash Cassimeres, Linen Coating, Linen an.i Cotton Pant Stuff, Jeans, Cords, Drillings. &c.' ; Gents ' Furnishing"Goods Hope, Gloves, Suspenders, Pocket. Handkerchiefs, OraS-ats, Neck Ties, Shirts, Collars, &c, JUST" Goods made up at short notice. None but di« best of'workmen are employed. Custom work taken in as.by any other:,tailor, and made up sub stantially ind" neatly. Persons wishing to get any other tailor, to make up their goods can buy theui from us, as crieip and as reasonable as at any ocher istablishment iu the county. •i:J8®* _u/_utpng done at all times. Fashions _regu la ' rly received. Terms, ' _* ;' ' - _; ...

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

iovmavoing _fjousts. SCHAFH1RT_, WUNDERLICH &C0., Forwarding & Commission Merchants, South Car sle Street, Greencastle, JPenn'a. THE subscribers are now prepared , at their new and commodious Warehouse , to receive and forward to and from Philadelphia and Baltimore, all kinds of-produce and merchandize entrusted to their care at the lowest, rates, and with dispatch, arid respectfully solicit, a liberal share of patronage, N. B.—All goods left at the depot of Peacock, Zell & Hinchman, Nos, 808 and 810, Market Street, Philadelphia, Bfi..} or _wath _^ Mnthews & Zollickoffer, No. 128, _iJJrt.n Howat-d? St.ree_£ BaJltimofe. Md., shall be forwarded with dispatch All goodsshould be marked, care of Schafhirt, Wunderlich & Co They will keep constantly on hand and for sale the _nalahvntan _Lj ken 's valley, Broken Kgg & Lime foal, (direct, from the mines,) YVilkesbarre and Pint Grove Foundry Coal; Salt, Plaster and Hancock Cement, all of whi...

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

CLARK'S SCHOOL VISITOR VOl, VII . . 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 YEAR.! Magazine form. Beautifully illustrated. Readings. Music; Speeches, Dialogues, Stories, Puzzles, &c, &c, from the vcrjr 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, P,a. '•.¦(JET iUUii JOB -PRINTING DONE AT _^ _®B S_* _S _£> _@ !? ©!? !? & © 3 ,.. _, -. - _GREEKCASTLE, PA.

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

_MMU. DEMOKEST'S QUARTERLY MIRROR of FASHIONS Great Improvements. THE Summer|number will contain four large and splendid Fashion-plates, three full-sized Patterns, comprising the New French Waist, an Elegant Sleeve, and a Misses Sack, toge.'her with nearly 100 Engravings of all t, • _jLiv^/U.-k .j: Summer h inneU, Cloaks, _TrimiK' _nvs, Cn-iU'etCs _JZnssr_*, Etc., ana valuable informatbn toMilliners _^ Dress Makers. Mothers and Ladies .generally, presenting the largest and best Fashion Msigaziue in the World, 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 anytime during '.he year, by paying the postage. Splepdid »nducements to Canvassers. Summer nuinbjer_.wilrbe ready on of about the First...

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

fi _o t ex b THE UNION," ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD, PHIL A DEL PHI A. —:o:— UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. _ggp* 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 the business public. TERMS $1.50 PER DAY. October 22. 1861-ly. _FULTON MOUSE, [late _tjxiox hotel.] M'Connllsburg, Penn'a. JACOB itt'DOiVALD, PROPRIETOR Boarders taken by the day, week or month. ._Tfin 8 isrsi-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 August 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 puffing. It is the product of a simple shrub, harmless in all cases, and as a domestic remedy unequalled. For Bums, 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 troubl e ' some and painful affections, while it prompty ar rests all Hemorrhages. Hundreds of ph ysicians _usl it daily in their practice, and give it their unquali ned recommendation. Sold by our agents and dwi.f ers, and by F. HUMPHREYS & CO., 562 B roadway, . SOIB _rBOPBIETOBS AND _MAJftrrAOTPBIHS May 8,-'60, ly.

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

C. W, EYIST_^R & CO, Forwarding and _rommissiou iMerchani_^ On North Carlisle and North sts., (ireencastle. Pa. THE subscribers are now prepared, at their new Warehouse, to receive and forward to ana from Philadelphia and Baltimore, all kinds of produce and merchandize, with dispatch, and at the Lowest possible Rates, and respectiully solicit a share of patronage. All goods left ai the dep_^t of W. E. Burk, No. 812, Market Street! Philadelphia, or Kueller & Frick. No. 165. North Streef, Baltimore. Md., will be forwarded with di&patch. The highest market price will be paid for Flour, Wheat, Rye, Oats, and Corn. B@_» All goods should be marked in care of C W. Eyster & Co. J. R. SMITH, Apr24,'6O ly. Agent at Greencastle.

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

OMNIBUS LINE BETWEEN GREFNCiSTLE AND _W*liVKSB0K0\ THE undersi gned would respectfully announce to the traveling public, that a very Large and Commodious Omnibus is run daily between Greencastle and Waynesboro1 by him, leaving Waynesboro ' 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 theEast, returning to Waynesboro' on the same day. His Omnibus is Comfortable and Safe, and he promises no pains wiii be snared to secure comfort and safety to all who may ' encourage this lin_*- SMAUEL P. STONER. Greencastle, August 14, 186O.-tf.

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

''_^professiona l- &avos JAMES M. IRWIN, Attorney 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, 1868-tf. SNIVELY STRICKLER Att'y at Law, Chambersburg, Pa., will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted to his care. Office at his residence, on arket street, one door East of the Diamond, flgg" He will attend to legal business in adjoining counties. may 14, '61

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 August 1863

7i @ooi> Stovn. B A b C 0J3: p " A ~ M V. "In the face of which, Henry, 1 must repeat thatl am afraid you are keeping bad company," replied the uncle, with a ' seriousness that left no doubt of his being in earnest. A struggle in the young man's mind between anger and affection was plainly visible. His eyes, calm and reproachful, rested upon his uncle's countenance. After a momentary silence, he said: ¦ BY T. S. ARTHUR. "I'm afraid you are keeping bad company." The young man to whom this was addressed started, colored, and looked more than half offended. Countenance and manner rejected the intimation. ' • "An enemy hath spoken evil of me," was his firmly uttered reply. it .,, , . i; • ,. ; ... i_, "It is not from the evil which; men say of us, that we suffer injury. It is the evil done in us that really hurts:" v ' "You are a little mysterious to day ' _, Uncle Philip. What has bad company to do with inner-wrought evil? As. to bad company, howr ever, it is but right t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 August 1863

[for the pilot.] THE REBS IN G ; OR, INCIDENTS OF THE INVASION- BY HUDIBRA8. Why this grouping of men? just see! Why 'his gen'ral hubbub in G ? Why this hastening to and fro? Why this confusion 1 Who does know.?, I'm sure the Fourth comes not in June; f Nor Christmas eUher quite so soon. Then _why do men their business close, If not a holiday? Who knows ? « The _rebs! the _rebs!" I hear them cry. Oh now I know the reason why—That wagon train retreating past, Tells true, the rebs are come at last. Skedaddle Darks! There they come! Skedaddle! Run! You rascals, rua! A squad of " Yanks," ,who yet remained, Now put out like " lightning chained." And true as truth! the rebs appear!., _, In all their nasty, filthy gear, Who could think it? In peaceful G , A hostile rebel horde should be ? My muse is strange; but twice we've met, > ¦>. And I'm afruid she'll fool me yet.. : I'm in a plight just at this time, For want of an appropriate rhyme. Euterpe fair, come to my a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 August 1863

lattle-or-jNotljings. A man should occasionally stop to take breath but not other people's. *, . - _^ _» ¦ We bid many guests welco?>is when at heart we wish them well gone. Love is most intelligible when it is unable to express itself in words. — <¦ «_i_» > i Rob a man of his life and you'll be hung. rob him of his Zieirt_^andLyqu may be applauded. A pretty female artist can draw the men equally well with a brush and a blush. Men are very uncertain; it is much safer to back a horse than a man any day. Men are sometimes constant through weak* ness and bold through fear. ¦ i _^ i m Beauty is like a guinea; when once changed at all, 'tis gone in a twinkling. -— ¦ _> ¦ To know when to conceal our ability requires no small degree of it. — ¦ ¦ _» mm ¦ : Generally speaking, the beggars most ashamed of begging are those that have to beg pardon. Let us moderns appreciate our dignity, we shall be the venerated ancients of future moderns. Many persons are n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 August 1863

POETBY BUN MAD. SENTIMENTALIST IN COURT. "What is your name?" "My name is Norval ; on the Grampian Hills." "Where did you come from ?" "I come from that happy land, where care is unknown." "Where are you lodging now ?" "I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls." "Where are you going to?" "Far, far o'er hill and ' dale." "What is your occupation ?" ' "I played on a harp of a thousand strings.' "Are you married ?'_* '"'' „. ' "Long time ago. " Polly put the kettle on." "When were you married ' ?" ~ "'Twas twelveo'clock, one starli g ht night I ever shallremember." "How many children have you?" "There's Doll and Bet, and Moll and Kate, and—" "What is your wife's name ?" "0, no, I never mention her." "Did your wife oppose your leaving V* "She wept not when we parted." "In what condition did you leave her ?" "A rose tree iu full bearing." "Is your family provided for?" "A,little farm well tilled." "Did your wife drive you off?" "0, sublime was the warning." "What did your wife say that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 August 1863

Oll)oicc |)octrn. Who Will Care for Mother Now P BY CHARLES C. SAWTEB. DuriDg one of our late battles, among many other noble fellows that fell, was a young man who had been the only support of an aged and sick mother for years. Hearing the Surgeon tell those who were near him, that he could not. lire, he placed his hand across his forehead, and with a trembling voice said, while burning tears ran down his fevered cheeks:— Who Will Care for Mother _N»w ? Why am I so weak and weary ? See how faint my heated breath, All around to me seems darkness, Tell me, comrades, is this death ? Ah ! how well I know your answer; To my fate I meekly bow If you'll only tell me truly Who will care for mother now? Chorus: Soon with angel? I'll be marching, With bright laurels on my brow. I have for my country fallen_. Who will care for mother now ? Who will comfort her in sorrow ? Who will dry the falling tear, Gently smooth her wrinkled forehead ? Who will whisper words of cheer? Even now I t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 August 1863

AD VEKT1 SINGlt ATES. _' Advertisements will be inserted in tub pilot at the following rates: 1 column, one year $70.00 J of a column, one year 85.(K }of a column, one year 20.00 1 square, twelve months 8.00 1 square, six months 5.00 _ 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 — 11 August 1863

^~ ~* THE PILOT ; 6 PUBLISHED EVEY TUESDAY MORNING BY JAMES W. M'CRORY, ( Xorth Wat Corner of the Public Square,) t tbe following rates, from which there will be no deviation: linele subscription, in advance... $1.50 _Mkliin six months l- "_5 _Fithin twelve months 2.00 So pnper vtill be discontinued unless at the option f the Publishers, until all arrearages are paid. >o subscriptions will be taken for a less poriod ban _six months.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 August 1863

Letter from a Soldier. Camp near Clearsprino, Md., ") Tuesday, Aug. 4, 1863. } Mr. Editor :—1 arrived in camp yesterday evening, after spending a few days among several citizens of Franklin county, whose acquaintance and friendship I acquired during my three months sojourn along the line of the Franklin railroad. Contrary to my expecta tion I found the regiment still in statu quo. although rumors are rife as to an early move and probable destination. Rumor seems to point in the direction of Hagerstown, and also Frederick, most probably the former. We were originally intended to embrace twelve companies, but have never reached that number—two or three companies being three months or emergency men, have went home, leaving but seven companies remaining. Were the enemy to make a dash into our lines at this time this regimeut would make but a sorry effort at resistance' . Our Colonel (Wyncoop) is now in Philadelphia. The Lieutenant Colonel fell from his horse the other day and di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 August 1863

THANKSGIVING DAY. Thursday last, was, in obedience to the proclamation of the President of the United States, observed as a day of thanksgiving and prayer. The appointmeut of such a day, immediately after (he recent great successes to our arms, was well timed and proper. . It was better observed than most days of the kind have been heretofore ; still in view of the great causes for thankfulness which the people of this community have, its observance might have been more rigid. We are "lad to know, however, that there is some improvement in this respect_, in accordance with a previous agreement, religious services, were held in the morning, in the Lutheran church. The main audience room was comfortably ailed. All the mans ters residing in the town., were, we believe, in attendance. : Rev. T. G. Apple, of the German Reformed church, preached the sermon, from the text—" Eater into bis gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise; be thankful unto him. and bless his name...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 August 1863

T H E P I I, O T . GREENCASTLE: Tuesday Morning, August 11,1863- THE NEWS. We have little news of any importance to chronicle at this time. The past week has been probably the dullest of the season, and not much prospect of a _change in military movements probably for several weeks to come, as the excessive heat will prevent any active operation of the armies of either side. On Saturday _niiiht, the 1st inst., a train of nineteen Government wagons, encamped on the White Water near Cape Girardeau, Missouri, was captured by guerrillas, who destroyed the stores and _wagons, and carried off the teamsters and negroe_?. All is quiet at Vicksburg. The S. 11 Spauldinir, from Stono Inlet, South Carolina_, on tho4th inst., reports the sei_»e of Charleston as _progressing favorably. Gen. Gilmore's new batteries are mounted with the heaviest ordinance ever cast in the north, and he predicts that when they open upon Sumter an hour and a half's bombardment will suffice to compel ir to s...

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