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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

Nuu ._^iucrtistments_, _DISSOLVED. —The firm of Schafliirt. Wundurlich & Co.. of Greencastle. and _Wtmderlich. Neud & Co., of Chanibershurg. were dissolved by mutual consent on Sept. lot, 18G3 The business of the former, will be settled by A. F. Schafliirt, and of the latter by Wunderlich & Nead. . Hereafter _thejbusiness will be conducted at Greencnstle by A. P. Scliaf'hirt, and at Chambersburg by Wunderlich & Nead. , A continuance of the liberal patronage heretofore extended is _respectfully solicited. . A. F. SCHAFHTRT. WUNDERLICH & NEAD. Greeneaslle, Sept. 8. 1863. SECOND SUPPLY OF SPRING AND SUMMER

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

In order to induce Agents and Persons, who feel an interest in the publication of this paper, we offer the FOLLOWING PREMIUMS: . We will pay $25 to the person who furnishes the highest number of new, annual CASH Subscribers. The number must exceed 100. $11 to the next highest, which must exceed 50. $6 to the next highest, which number must exceed 25; and $3 to the next highest, which must exceed 15. A Good Opportunity to Make Money READ! BEAD! READ ! Tlie Great Family Xcwspaper _; THE PILOT, FOR 1 3 6 3. TWENTY COLUMNS Op READING MATTER FOR ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS Per Annum, in Advance. THE PILOT Is Neutral in Politics and Reli gion, and Independent on all other subjects. It is THE PAPER FOR THE PUBLIC! THE PAPER FOR THE FARMER! THE PAPER FOR THE WORKSHOP! THE PAPER FOR THE _HOUSEHOLD! It will contain the most important Foreign, War, Local and General News of the Day. PRSIHIUIHS. CLUB TERMS. The price of The Pilot, which is published weekly, is $1.50 per annum, in a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

HOME JOURNAL FOR 1861. New Series.—New Features.—Niw Type. Morris and Willis, Editors. A new series of this widfly circulated family newspaper, will be commenced on the fifth day of Januar y next—printed on fine paper and 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, mysteriou.. and deeply interesting history of courtship and ma fried life. _Thischarmin story will be succeeded by others of a similar de ?cription, several of which are already in preparation. All the former peculiar features of the pa per, which have given it a wide-world reputation, will be continued, while the,several new ones will add infinite variety to its already diversified pages Among them are a number of fresh, spicy, amusing, original ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

GENERAL AND LOCAL MATTERS U. S. GOVERNMENT. President, Abraham Lincoln, Illinois. Vicc-Prc3ident. JIannibnl Ilamlin. Maine* Secretary of State, Wm. II. Seward, New York Attorney General. _Edtcard Hates, Missouri. Secretary of Treasury, Salmon P. Chase. Ohio. Secretary of War, Edwin, if. Stanton, Pennsylvania Secretary of Navy, Gideon G. Welles, Connecticut. Secretary of Interior, Caleb Is. Smith, Indisina. Post-master General, Montgomery P. Blair, Md. Chief Justice of the U. S, Iloqer B. Taneu, Md. STATE GOVERNMENT. _Gorernor, Andrew G. Curtin, Centra. Secretary of State, Eli Slifer, Union. Attorney General, Wm. M. Meredith, of Phila. Auditor General, Slenker. Surveyor General, James P. Ban: Superintendent of Common Schools, Thomas II. Burrows, Lancaster. State Treasurer, Henry D. Moore, Philadelphia. Judges of the Supreme Court—Chief Justice—-Wm. ' B. Lowrie; John M. Read, J. M. Strong, James Thompson, G. W. Woodward. COUNTY OFFICERS. President. Judge, James Nill. Associa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

To the citizens of N. Jersey & Pennsylvania Apothecaries, Druggists, Grocers and Private Families. Wolfe's Pure Cognac Brandy. Wolfe's Pure Mederia, _Sherry and Port Wine Wolfe s Pure Jamaica and St. Croix Rum. Wolfe's Pure Scotch and Irish Whisky. ALL IN BOTTLES. I BEG leave to call the attention of the citizens of the States to the above Wines and Liquors, imported by Udolpho Wolfe, of New York, whose name is familiar in every part, of this country for the purity of hiscelebrated Schiedan Schnapps. Mr. Wolfe_, in his letter to me, speaking of the purity of his Wines and Liquors, says: "I will stake my 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 as imported, and of the best quality, a_~l can be relied upon by every purchaser." Every bottle has the proprietor's name on the wax, and a fae simile of his signature on the certificate. The public are respectfully invite...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

OFFI 3i3 OF JAY COOKE, SUBSCRIPTON AGENT, At Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers, 114 South Third Street, Philadelphia, November, 1, 1862. 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 Government, after five years, and authorized by Act of Congress, approved February 25, 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 rom 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. _Fitrmers, Merchants, Mechanics, Capitalists, and all who have any money to invest, should know and remember that these Bonds are, in effect, a FIRST MORTGAGE upon all Railroads. Canals, Bank S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

DR. E. B. HAMILL—Resident Dentist —would respectfully announce to the citizens of Greencastle and vicinity, that he has located jpermanently, in their midst, for the practice of his profession. Having been very extensively and successfully engaged in fch_» _practice for the last •tight years, in _Mureersburg. he flatters himself, from his long experience in the profession, that he will be able to please ail that wil favor him wiih tfheir patronage. Who _' e or parts of sets of Teeth, mounted on Gold,Stiver or Platina plate, with Blocks * r Single Giira Teeth, either on the atmospheric jprineip _l* or _otherwise. _Decayed Teeth permanent-3y«_ftTeil _t>y filling with pure Gold. . Strict attention gwadtto all disease* of the Teeth and Gums , also to tlie correcting of irregularity of children's teeth ; Aeeth and ronts extracted with all the ease and dispatch that modern science can afford. All operations w_«i ranted io please or no charge. Charges moderate and to suit the time...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

Keep a Look Out FOR , GEORGE A. BERT'S m<^m ®§©'i_£>35© © 35©^ ©_ss_$?? East Baltimore street, three doors east of A. L. Irwin & Son's Hardware Store G1E ORGE A. BERT takes pleasure in informing f his friends and the public generally, that he has opened a new Boot and Shoe Shop, in the room formerly occupied by John Bert, where he will be prepared at all tirjes, to manufacture Ladies'. Gen tlemens ' and Boys Boots and Shoes, at the shortest notice, and upon the most reasonable terms. He feels confident his work will give satisfaction. Greencastle, April 9, 1861-tf New _lUmediPS for Spermatorrhoea. HOWARD ASSOCIATIONPHILADELPHIA, a Benevolent Institution established by special endowment, for the llelief . of the Sick and 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...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

A. MATHIOT & SON'S Sofa and Furniture Warerooms, Nog. 25 and 27 North Gay Street, (near fatette street,) Extending from Gay tc Frederick street, and not excelled in the Union. 4 LWAYS on hand a large assortment of every _JL variety of HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE Furniture, embracing Bureaus, Sofas, assorted colors of Cottage Furniture, Bedsteads, Tcte-a-Tetes, Settees, Washslands, Wardrobes, 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. jggj?* 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. MATHIOT & SON, Nos. 25 and 27 North Gay street, Jan. 29, 1861-ly. Baltimore, Md.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

CLOTHING FOR THE MILLION! HAUS & BRADLEY Have just received a, new and elegant stock of Sprinfl _aufc _Saunter ®poDs, for Men aad Bjys' wear, consisting in part, of BUCK _FPtENCH CLOTHS, of the best qu_^iitiei, f aavy Cloths, a choice selection of Summer _Oassiiineraj,. Black Doeskin Cassimere_?, Boys _Gassimerea, _^ ohaapj,, \v abash Cassimeres_, Linen Coating, Linen and Cotton Pant Stuff, Jeans, Cords, Drillings. &c. : Gents' Furnishing Good? Hope, Gloves, Suspenders, Pocket. Handkerchiefs, !ravats, Neck Ties, Shirts, Collars, &c. J6@T" Goods made up at short notice. None but the best of workmen are employed. Custom work taken in as by any other tailor, and made up sub 3tantially and neatly. Persons wishing to get any other tailor to make up their goods_can buy theui from us. as c'neip and as reasonable as at any other jstablishment in t(ke county. _ggjf Cutting done at all times. Fashions _regu larly received.. Terms, Gash or short time to prompt payin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

Jformarbing _Cjouscs. SCHAFHIRT_, WUNDERUCH & CO., Forwarding & Commission Merchants, South Car sle Street, Greencastle, Penn' 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, and 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, Pa., or with Mat hews & Zollickoffer, No. 128, North Howard Street. Baltimore. Md., shall be forwarded with dispatch All goodsshould be n»arked. care of Schafhirt, Wunderlich & Co They will keep constantly on hand and for sale the celebrated _Ljken _'s ValJey, Broken Kscg & Lime f oa!, (direct from the mines,) _Wilkesbarre and Pint Grove Foundry Coal; Salt, Piaster and Hancock Cement, allot' which they will s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

C) 0 t £ I S • " THE UNIO N ," ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD, r MIL A DELPHI A. —:o:— UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. _gfijjf 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, 1861-1 y. FULTON HOUSE, " [late union hotel.] M'Connllsburg, Penn 'a. JACOB N( DONALD_, PKOPItlETOR. Boarders taken by the day, week or month. Jan. 8, 1861 -tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

C. W. KYSTER & CO, Forwarding aud Commission Merchants On North Carlisle and North sts., (Ireencastle. Pa. THFi 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 respectively solicit a share of patronage. All goods left at the depi 't of W. E. Burk, No. 812, Market Street. Philadelphia, or Kueller & Frick, No. 165, North Street, Baltimore. Md., will be forwarded with dispatch. The highest, market price will be paid for Flour, Wheat, Eye, Oats, and Corn. B_^,,All goods should be marked in care of C W. Eyster & Co. ; J. It. SMITH, Apr'24_,'60 ly. Agent, at Greencastle.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

wvincsstonal _Caros JAMBS M. IRWINAttorney at Law, Greencastle, Pa Collections promptly attended t_». Office on East Baltimore street, one door East *f A. L. Irwin & Son's Hardware Store. April 21, 1863-tf. S NIVELY STRICKLER Att'y at Law, _Charnbersburg_, Pa., will atteud promptly to all professional business entrusted to his care. Office tit his residence, on arket street, one door East of the Diamond. fl@"" He will attend to legal business in adjoining counties. may 14, '61

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 September 1863

AGENTS wanted to sell Gary 's Patent Cap and Breast Lantern. To those furnish ing satisfactory references, a liberal salary and expenses will be paid. The article is needed by every farmer and mechanic in the country, and will meet, with ready sal e For p rticnlars Address J C CARY.Patent.ee Jan 17 TiO-4t. 81 Nrssua Street. SALE Bj. 'LLS PRINTED HERE, NEATLY 4ND CHEAP

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 September 1863

31 @oo& Storn. THE CHOST-RAJSEK. My Uncle Beagly, who commenced his commercial career very early in the present century as a bagman, will tell stories. Among them he tells hid Single ghost story so often that I aw heartily tired of it. In self-defense_, therefore, I publish the tale in order that _^hen next the good, kind old gentlemen offers to bore us with it, everybody may say they know it. I remember every word of it. One fine autumn evening, about forty years ago, I was traveling on horseback from Shrewsbury to Chester. I felt tolerably tired, and was beginning to look out for some snug way-side inn, where I might pass the night, when a sudden and violent thunder-storm came on. My horse, terrified by the lightning, fairly took the bridle between his teeth, and started off with me at full gallop, through lanes and crossroads, until at length I managed to pull him up just near the door of a neat looking country inn. "Well," thought I, "there was wit in your madn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 September 1863

uttU-ot-JJotljings. War isn't a game of live and let live. A person with a bad cold generally seems to think it can be snuffed out. ¦ 11 i — ¦ Musicians are " often hard to get along with ; they are a crotchety people. ¦ _^i ¦¦ The beautiful tresses of young ladies are beau strings. ¦ i _o i i There are letters of marque, and a great many letters that are in nowise letters of mark. -^——n—^-¦^Mf- t mi The great poet rubs our eyes with common clay, and we see the stars and flowers anew. A blunt truth is very likely to bruise a man without penetrating him. ¦ I _^ % m Of all the heathen deities, the hungry man would probably prefer Pan. ' ¦ y _^ t — Don t tempt to cudgelling unless you have some ability to cudgel. ~^t-»^»_-> —i Charity may sometimes gush forth from the hardest heart like silver water from the rock. —. i _^ _» »¦ If an allegation is made against you, consider the character of the alligator. The most and the best that is done for you must be done by you...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 September 1863

[for the pilot.] THE BEBS IN G ; OR, _jffClDENTS OF THE INVASION BY I1UDIBBAS. Let 's _leaTC old G , and go away—rr0 g , just for a loly-dny. Let 's leave old G-—, our native town, ;\_nd then to Gettysburg go down. Oh! Gettysburg! Oh classic ground! Home of my youth for four years 'round! Oh blooming fields! Oh copses green! (Uh for the days that once have been!) Those hills how oft I've roamed among! Those dales how oft with music rung, When years ago we used to there, _Kehenrse our infant speeches rare! We thought .not then a few more years, Would g've tnat plftCe tue name it bears! We thought not then in time to come, "Rouud Top" would ring with bursting bomb And Culp's big hill—oh now how great! And Rock Creek where we used to skate, \\t little thought would ever be, A p lace so great in history! The grnve-yard, where we used to walk, _AViili ladies fair, to have a talk, We did not think in sixty-three, Would be the place it's proved to be! July of eighteen oixty-three, Di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 September 1863

DON'T LAUGH "Mississippi rejoices in the possession of the rude talents that distinguish a backwoods preacher known as 'Uncle Bob.' "On one occasion 'Uncle Bob' went to minister to the spiritual wants of some 'brethring' who convened semi-occasionally at a little outof-the-way church known by the very classic name of 'Coon Tail.' Inspirited by a crowded house, Uncle Bob turned himself loose in his most tragic style. He beat, stamped, and vociferated terribly. For some time previous the rude pulpit had been unoccupied. Invited by the apparent security and quiet of the place, a community of 'bumble-bees' had built a nest beneath. Uncle Bob's peculiar mode of conducting the services had disturbed the insects ; and just as he was executing one of his most tremendous gestures an enraged bee met him half way, and popped his sting into the end of Uncle Bob's huge nose. He stopped short, gave sundry vigorous but ineffectual slaps, when he heard a half-suppressed titter from some mer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 September 1863

table—he writes !—'tis his signature?" "Are you afraid ?" A fearful moment of silence ensued, then the student replied, but in an altered voice : "I am not." With strange and fantic gestures, the merchant then sang: ••And the phantom said to the mocking seer. I come from the south; Put thy hand on my hand—they heart on my heart— Thy mouth on my mouth!" "What do you see?" "He comes—he approaches—he pursues me —he is stretching out his arm—'he will have me! Help! help! Save me !" "Are you afraid now?" asked the merchant, in a mocking voice. A piercing cry, and then a stifled groan, were the only reply to this terrible question. "Help that rash youth !" said the merchant bitterly. "I have, I think wou the wages; but it is sufficient for me to have given him a lesson. Let him keep his money, and be wiser for the future." He walked rapidly away. We opened the door of the summer-house, and found the student in convulsions. A paper signed with the name "Francis Villiers," was on ...

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