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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 February 1863

A GENTS wanted to sell Cary _'s Patent _a\ Cap aud Breast Lantern. To those furnishe s satisfactory references, a liberal salary and expeiiSes will be paid. The article is needed by every farmer and mechanic in" the country, and will men with ready sal e. For particulars Address J 0 CARY, Patentee Jan _17, 'G0-4t. 81 Nassua Street. SALE BILLS PRINTED HERE. NEATLY 4ND

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 February 1863

FULTON HOUSE, [LATE _UlflON HOTEL.] M'Connllnbiirg, Penn'a. JACOB I»3'OOi_¥AI_.», _PROP8ZIETOR Boarders taken by the day, week or month; Jan. 8, 1861-tf

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 February 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

ltttic-or-Notl)iitgs The ihip, upon which a lady best likes to em bark on the sea of enjoyment, is courtship. . The, poet says, "fall ma# flower is borQ to blush unseen "—and so_#_™any a maiden' so far as our observation _ejplds Mapy_^nhTnoVTTpciety, like their namesake " of1 the * forestjf0 unable to look a true man in the eye. j#' _' Many perso_^have our best society in their own _rieart a_^Psouls—the pnrest memories of earth'_^and Jv_^etest hopes of heaven : their loneliness _isap t solitude. £2-~^A——*+_*_fc_*-ii -_^- 1 Jjjm&n deeds, and human,lives are never undeignod _untirtheyj are;fiuished. You can no _oiife _telf in advance how manhood will turn _l()\t then, how a child wt ill grow up. —-1 —n— k * ' ** " ~ —" . Of one thing we may all be certain, that frie_'nds' departed, whenever we listen to them, speak in deeper;'richer-tones, then when they were with us: ' ' _„ _« 0m+-m —— ¦ ¦ ¦ If you would have a lady think that you are consuming with love of her; d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

DEFENSE; OF BEV."I* J_^_STIiNE Tuc OUier Side p_?_j t,Ue J|tory, ,.,, j .-, I That great '' " sensation ' story" so ' freely _gJXi culated in connection, with .my arrestjand .imprison ment nearly four months ago,, having run the rounds, and the* first fury of the stormhav_. ing somewhat subsided, the public tnay now be prepared for—as the public is certainly entitled to—ill* , other- side of the _stdry. : \ I nothing would extenuate, nor set down _oujrht in malice. -My friends do not need any public defense 6"f my character) my etienjieS need not heed any such defense: niv* position . l V • ¦ _' it ' I .= ._ •¦:- ¦ , : C . , : i in relation to the " stars and stripes" is known alike to both. But, as I_.have ljad;r,athcr _eu;- tended notice of lato as, a, _^ supposed rebel p py," and have been consequently ?_SSomewha_^ distinguished" away from home, that much larger class"tHSt? either friends'' 6r"foei, whq know _nothing or little of me, except from _fhe startling talo of my ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

©elect _poetnj_. HOME _AGAIIT, Home again! home again! ' * Once mdreDene'atli |3ie roof That sheltered me in ' childhood, . . , Protected.me in youth; -,. And gathered round the fireside, With those we love so well, . ,. Oh none but they, who've lost their home,. Its charm can truly tall. Home ngainl home again! By that, bright, cheerful hearth, Wherever we've assembled, Since childhood's early birth; ' To listen to those household words, So simplo,yct so true, • ¦ _¦ ' .-. ¦ .: They soem like pearls; like precious stones ' , Like stars in Heaven's own'blue. ¦>¦ i • ¦ ¦•; Honie ngainl home again! ' . iro ' _wTSWee ' tTydofts '_rfsofinil,'_J ' *""'' When _tHoyc * once _nDSetit. nciw'rofnried;51 '_^ Tile _losKnes trulyfound; 'i '1 * fc<1 ' " ' ' Tlien gathered round the social board' ,' n ' We dri»jreacVo1j_^^alfli UJ wc .;i We wish for,enqh, for,ope, for _. all, _^ (l _, ,,, r. Prosperity nn_^_wpolti)., .l]t .,j ,,,;.,.,,. ' Home ngain ! liome again! -.\-:_^ ;*,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

_. V ,-*> n' V ' r 1 _. '..ud "im It I- , ' 1 - Did you' ever know a young widow who wouldn't get married a second time—if she could? Did you ever know a man to be particularly hard on one vice without having a pet _,vice oi his own ? Did you ever_.know a widower to let the girls aloDe till " a year of decency" was over ? Did_^ou ever know a,tobacco _chewing Chris tain to, feel any compunction for _desecrating the house of God with .tlie vile juice of the* weed? . ;. , J[ ' Did you ever know a man to grow in grace 1 I * 1 -* / * *" by feeding on slander ? _^ 1 Did you ever know a toper who wasn ' t once a moderate drinker ?_, _, _^ Did you ever know a grumbler to possess enerev _enough to correct or amend whatever he grumbled at ? , . ' . Did you ever know a toady that' wasn't a hypocrite?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

"* THE PILOT 18 PUBLISHED EVEY TUESDAY MORNING BY JAMES W. M'CROEY _, (North West Cornet of the Public Square,) At the following rates, from vrhich there will be no deviation: Single subscription, in advance $1.50 Wtiin six months l-_"_^ Within twelve months • 200 Ifo pnper will be discontinued unless at tbeeption of the Publishers, until all arrearages are paid. ' No subscriptions will be taken for a less period han six _months. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

adve ' rtisingYates. — ¦ _i _tm ¦ Advertisements will be inserted in thk pilot at the following rates: 1 column, one year $70.00 J of a column, one year v .. 36.0G J of a column, one year 20.00 1 square, twelve months -.y_^ 8.00 1 square,.six months 6.00 1 square, three months.- ,..;...._; 4.00 1 square, (ten lines or loss) 3 insertions 1.00 Each subsequent insertion 2S Professional cards, onfe year 5.00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

Official Reports of lhe Charleston Affair. Full _Particulars of tke _Engagement., ! Washington, Feb. 8, 1863.—A bearer of official dispatches from the fleet off Charleston arrived.1 The followiog is form Rear Admiral D' upont concerning the rebel attack 'on our Squadron off*'that po'int: ' ' ' 1 Flag-ship "Wabash/' Port Royal Harbor, Feb. ' ' 2, i'863.—Sir—I have _tq report that abVuY4 o ' clock/on the morning of the31st , uit., during theobseurity of a thick haze, two iron clad gun-boat ' s came out of Charleston 'b y the main ship " channel, _nnperceived by the sq'uMrdn, and commenced a raid upon the blockading-fleet/ Most of the latter were of the ligh't class of purchased vessels, two of the heaviest men-of-war, _Powhaian and Conandiagua, being at this port coaling and repair-1Q g- . " ... . ~ The Mer ' c ' edita was the first vessel attacked. Her officers and crew had .been ' particularjy watchful during the night'to look out for suspected vessels, and at three o ' cl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

THE PILOT. GREENCASTLE: Tuesday Morning, February 17, 1863 ¦* VALENTINES. v; Tt would be a difficult matter to state when this custom originated. Old writers allude to _4tr-«* •—-' - ••¦ ¦ • ¦• ¦• • ¦ • ¦ _~ •- ¦ It, no doubt, was celebrated on St. Valentine's day;" (14th of February, r.ew style), because it_«as said on that day birds begin to coupld. "So, in imitation of the feathery tribe, did br;aye KnightSt send to stern ladies _letters _^_Swaping sentiments of affection. What a glorious in " ing it would be, if we only had an opportunity to glance over one of those aridient _la_^e tokens S i Mail clad _Wairiors and proud, haughty, stately-women _^_stfcbv as thronged the _QSurt; %i Westminster, did, ' despite 'their dignity, send tender MUet _Wiixl Ifwe could see _^ _one_,of; them -we woujdjlearn! that?people who . _lj tied ji few, _ceQturies . agowerernatjtlw eoldirnpassive creatures as represented in our school histories. ——•-•«•.* _* -iI9iitm S-'Usj .tt<&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

Soldier Burried.-rrW/Sample Coops*, (son of MattiiewP. _' CopPEB, ' dec'd), died a few w«ek_« ago in a U. S. Hospital near Falmouth, Va. He belonged torfche 2nd U* S_^€»_i_^rjFrfRegnlaro), -fbrmerly commanded bjt Colonel (_nowt G«eral) Thomas. His body was'bVbognt _jiomW on Saturday, by Dr. _Newcomer of _Ilpton, afld wjll.be interred in the Ger. Kef. graveyard in this place, this day (Monday ) at noon. , - ' • Furniture for Sale.—-r-At a meeting of the Burn's _Asso _' ciation, it was resolved to Bell the furniture of said association, at private sale. . Persons wishing to make purchases will please call on S. H. Prather_, President, or Jons P. Btebs, Chairman Executive Committee, By order of the Association. ;.. . _?r _< yf A Rbid, <See' y. GreencastleVFeb; ' 17, 18631 Adam8:BiXipreS8»—TJbe _iExpiieM Agent in this place has prderS\fcoi,tr>ec«Lte_?go.ods for, the soldiers of the Army of the Potomac** _Ehe notice reads as follow*:-_^Mr..B«rs._^6u- may [ take...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

'?> Files of The Piloti—We have several filestof inBtgear' s Pimtjtwji}ch we. will _^eU-schea'P, ..;.,,' Rev. I. J. Stise's Defense will be ' found on the outside of t_'o-dgy'_s paper. It is calm', p 'atri6ti'_d and proper. / , > ' < _, > * ' — -mt _T_+_r_^ _ , Active. —The sheep market in this neighborhood is quite " ac?iv ' e, if ' we may judge from * the movements of (tie dealers fa th!_i%pction. * ' ' . — Let the People See,—Wm. M'Crqrt hap just opened, at his Clock and Jewelry.Store, on South Carlisle street' , a large and elegant'assortment of Gold, Silver and Steel ' _Spectacles. Lieut. John Walker.—We had the pleasure of meeting this gallant officer (of company A, 77ih, P. ' V ,) a few ' days since. He is recovering from his wounds. ' _IIib general heatth is excellent. ' ' Killed by the Cars — Charles w. _Stinje, Esq., of this place, received a telegram on. laxt Saturday from Hanorer, informing him that'his brother Ma'ttihas'Stink had be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

_,Tho ipa _^ nfc 9_^ Ghambersburg.T- institution is ma most flourishing; and healthy condition, owing in a " great measure, no doubt, to the efficient management of Us affairs ' by the present able ailtf gentlemanly officcrs'arid ' Boitrffof Bite ' eforii.— Our readers wilL-obsorve by* _reference t _^ o-tne_^ statement in our advertising column_9t><that its assets exceed, its _liabilities ne ._arly_^6M0,000_r To show the p«-on_^ptnessj,w,ith w,h _, ic_^ the Bank re spond to, every legal demand made upon it, and ful _fils its obligations, we may notice the faot that the Aofc 'of Assembly _retiring 'tn ; e_< Banks to ' furnish tHe golcrtopay the Febrittry interest on tlie State debt, waaisigntd on Saturday evening, the 81st utt., and on Monday follow ._jflg, ihs> Bank of Chambers-,burg deposited it8_,quoUi ' w_^th the Stat e Treasurer at Harrisbufg_. ' tnua ' complying with the requirements of the ll AcVd£ &e'ttritiK*fyfth& _nloxntfnt_'_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

_Sied,_^ _Texa_^riT- lear_.n jthsit _j D. D. _Sniviit, (a. opof, _^_AWipi. S_^_ivfltT ,.E _' i|q ,,of New _^lb_, any, Ind., but formerly a merchant of Greencastle,) was_,buried at Sin Antonio, Texas, a ' Tew weeks ago. The dtcea8ed ' aiidi h1 is! br6_thy JosK_^H;! had been for two or three years'_IpastI _Extensively engaged m grazing stock itt TexasJ' Some months ago they w ' _erestripped k_>f;.all the property tl_^ypos_^_ess_^d, and thenimpreBsed i n the _j Reb jf l... j_^_fiy_^_jj Biat _^_bfj _t_^er _Daniel D , came to his death from wounds,received in battle or ;_fj iii ¦ ''.' }•'_. .•' •/-' ¦ 'i- : ."t fu •'I'll 10 • ¦ . _'' .;' .' from, disease, the letter received by his father did not _ItaA^^kd ' wV_^resiifteM writer (his brother) w > as1 not permiOed'to'itaJe ' _thfe_'_mknrifer of his _tetih_. rr_,\ full V. .^> , _- \_±>im.*!hj - !¦¦¦ ¦: •:¦ ¦ .. Mercertbnrg_. has many, mduoements to offer. A '_KeaWer im_$_^ffl\&ti_^iy irtV&_* _H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

Passage o'f Senator Sherman' s Bank 1 Bill.-1 ' - [ ' ¦ it » \i ' * Washington, Feb 12.—1 Shermap'_si Bank Bill _passed the.Senate- to-day_^ b y two majority,.although there, is. a largeripajority,in fav_^r o f it. Senator Shermant T_^as upon ,the_, floor of the House this afternoon, and received the con gratulations p£ _, many members .op, hi3 . success in passing the bill. _, . _> _, ; The Army, of the Potomac. Our gallant General in oommand of the Army of, the Potomac is earnestly and effectively laboring to perfect the reorganization of his troops, and thus insure more satisfactory discipline, and in every way a better moral and physical status. No distinction is to be made hereafter in the matter of privileges between officers and privates, and greater difficulty w_.ill be experienced in procuring passes, not only by those connected with the, army, but alsp by those civilians who desire to visit the-front.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

A Skirmish, with the Bebels near Har-: ; per's Perry. ; ¦ . Baltimore, _^ Feb. 13.--A dispatch from Brigadier General Kelley, dated at Harper's Ferry, to-day, to Lieut.-Colonel Cbeeseborough, A. A. G., says:— "Yesterday, about one o'clock, a squad of Baylor 's Rebel cavalry attacked a small scouting party of the Twelfth Pennsylvania Cavalry, froirr Kear_,neysville, consisting of twelve men, killed one, wounding two, and capturing four -men and several horses. "Abeut four o' _c lock, P- M., my scouts from here fell, in w. ith the same party, a few miles south of Charleston, aud after a running figbt for several >tujles_, recaptured ouri men 'and horses and7 captured..Lieut. Baylor, twp_.qf his men. and several horses. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

; _^-t~^+-m- r-t The Anderson Cavalry Beturned to !' ' Duty:} ' ' ! Harrisburg, Feb. 12.—Gov. Curtin has received the most gratifying intelligence from Gem Rosecrans wijth regard [to the Andeison Cavalry. AH , the members have returned to duty, and the work of reorganization is _,to be at once ooinmenoed. _, Col. Palmar has arrived at Nashville,,and is exerting a good influence. Gen, Rosecrans ad,ds that the regiment contains material to perform deeds that will wipT e out _jthe staip of the _Refusal to _ja_^ _.their _^ conir_^_cjes , and exceed' tho, highest ._expectations, of _i, _*m finy . f piends., - „ ,, _> _^ j,,n _^ _^ v ,.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

Hush.—Last week the Warehouse men were kept very _tiusy receiving grain and flour. It ' is said that on last Monday there were more farmer's wagons in town than were ever seen before in a single day. During four consecutive days ' of last week Sciiafhirt & Co., received 4310,bushels of grain and 9J7 barrels of flaur. The other commission houses also recciTed a large _ambtfnVof pr6auce;T _^ Partnership* —As will be seen by an advertisement in another column, Geo. A. _Dtitz »nd Tench M'Dowbll have formed a partnership in the Forwarding, Commission and Produce business, etc. Tench M'Dowbw. will conduct the business of tb* firm in Greencastle, at the Warehouse formerly occupied by C. W. Ets,tee. & Co. He possesses excellent business qualifications, and we are certain ho will please all who may deal with him.,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

Report of Solon Robinson, OP THK K1W YORK TRIBUM5, _VPO!< THK VINELAND SETTLEMENT. t_£F" The following is an extract from the report of Solon Robinson, Esq., published in the Kcw York JVilune, in reference to VineUnd. All persons can re;<d this report with interest. Advantages of Farming near Home—Vineland—Remarks upon Marl—Soil, its great Fertility—Th* Cause »f Fertility—Amount of Crops Produced—- Practical Evidence. It it certainly one of the moat txttns ' m fertile tra*t_». in an almost level position, and suitable _condition f_* pleasant farming that we know of this _tidt of tht whIern prairies. We found som_/t of tht oldest, farms apparently just as profitable productive otwhert first _cltwd of forest fifty or a hundred ytart ego. The geologist would soon discover _thceaust of this continued fertility. The whole country is % marine deposit, and »H through th« soil we found evidences of calcareous substances, generally in the form of indurated calcareous ma...

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