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

CLOTHING FOR THE MILLION! HAUS & BRADLEY Have just received a new and elegant stock of Spring au5 _Steamer ©_ooDs, for Men a.id Bj_/3' wear, consisting Jn part, of BLACK FRENCH CLOTHS. of the best. q«_i<nitnj.s, Fj,q _?v Cloths, a choice selection of Summer Oa38iioef33, Black Doeskin Cassimereo, Boys Cass ' _niiered, .v oti3ap), Vvabash Cassimeres, Linen Coating, Linen an.i Cotton Pant Stuff, Jeans, Cords, Drillings. &c. Gents' Furnishing Goods Hope, Gloves, Suspenders, Pocket. Handkerchiefs, ¦ ''ravnts, Neck Ties. Shirts, Collars. &c. _Jggg?_" 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 suh _stantially and neatly. Persons wishing to get any other tailor to make up their goods can buy thein from us, as cnoip and as reasonable as at any ocher _jstablishment in the county. Jg®* Cutting done at all times. Fashions regu larlv received. Terms. Cash or short tim...

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

STATJK ( xU V I'JKiN M _FiN T. Governor, Andrew G. Curtin, Centra. Secretary of State, Eli Slifer. Union. Attorney General, Win. M. Meredith, of Phila. Auditor General, Slenker. Surveyor General, James P. Jiarr. Superintendent of Common Schools, Thomas H. Burrows, Lancaster. State Treasurer, Hmry D. Shore, Philadelphia. Judges of the Supreme Court—Chief Justice—Wm' B. Lowrie; John M. Read, J. M. Strong, James Thompson. G.. W. Woodward. GENERAL AND LOCAii MATTJUKS. U. 3. GOVERNMENT. President, Abraham Lincoln, Illinois. Vice-President, Hannibal Ilamlin, Maine* Secretary of State, Wm. II. Seward, New York Attorney General. Edward Bates, Missouri. Secretary of Treasury, Salmon P. Chase, Ohio. Secretary of YiT nr,.I']dtcin. M. Stanton, Pennsylvania Secretary of Navy, Gidctfh G. _Wdlti, Connecticut. Secretary of Interior, Caleb b.Smith, ludiana. Post-master General, Montgomery P. Blair, Md. Chief Justice of the U. S, Roger B. Taney, Md. COUNTY _OFFJAJEIIS. President Judge, James Ni...

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

professional Cards JAMES M. IRWIN, Attorney at Law, Greencastle, Pa Collections promptly attended to. Office on East Baltimore street, one door East ef A. L. Irwin & Son's Hardware Store. _Anril21. 1863-tf. SNIV ELY STRICKLER Att'y at .Law, _Charabersburg. Pa., will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted to his care. Office at his residence, on arket streetone door East, of the Diamond. _fig^* He will attend to legal business in adjoining counties. may 14, '61 D R. E. B. HAMiJjii—Resident uentist —would respectfully announce to the citizens of Greencastle and vicinity, (hat he has located permanently, in their midst, for the practice of his profession. Having been very extensively and successfully engaged in the practise for the last •fight years, in _Mercersburg, he flatters _himself, from his long experience in the profession, that he will be able to please a_>l that wil favor him wiih their patronage. Whole or parts of sets of Teeth_, mounted ...

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

_JTavmarumg _jfjousts. _SCHAFHIRT, WUNDERLICH &> C0M 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 _enirusted 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 & Ilinchman, Nos, 808 and 810, Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa., or with _Mathews & Zollickoffer, No. 128, North Howard Street . Baltimore.; Md.. shall be forwarded with dispatch All _goodsshould he marked, care of Schafhirt, Wunderlich & Co They will keep constantly on hand and for sale the celebrated Lyk' en's Valley, Broken _K«g & Lime foal, (direct from the mines,) YVilkesbarre and Pint Grove Foundry Coal; Salt, Plaster and Hancock Cement, all of which ...

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

A. MATHIOT & SOiS fc> Sofa and Furniture Warerooms, Nos. 25 and 27 North Gay Street, (near fayette stbket,) Extending from Gay to Frederick street, and not excelled in the Union. 4 LWAYS on hand a large assortment of every Ji variety of HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE Furniture, embracing Bureaus, Sofas, assorted colors of Cottage Furniture, Bedsteads, Tele-a-Tetes, Settees, Washslands, Wardrobes, Arm, Wood, Office, Rocking and Barbar Chairs, Etageres, Marble Tables, Sideboards, Spring Beds, Mattresses of Husk, Cotton and Hair, Reception and Upholstered Chairs, Cribs and Cradles, Extension Tables of every length. _$*_&_* 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 — 15 September 1863

CLARK'S SCHOOL VISITOR, VOl, VU, , A DAY SCHOOL MONTHLY. The Visitor will commence its seventh volume with th« January No., 1863. This is the only Day School Periodical published at FIFTY CENTS A TEAR! Magazine form. Beautifully illustrated. Readings, Music, Speeches, Dialogues, Stories, Puzzles, &c, &c, from the very best writers. The Visitor _hne 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 elubs. Address DAUGIIADAY & HAMMOND. Publishers, Philadelphia, Pa. WE offer for sale ue very best Cook btove now in market. The Noble Cook warranted to give perfpet satisfaction. Also. Iron Kettles, Coal Shovels aud Sifters, Cook Kettles. Ten-plate and Parlor Stoves, of any shape and form. We take old stoves in exchange for new ones. _£r<?ftn<»»tle, Nov. 27. I860. J W BA.UR

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

fi o t e 1 b THE UNION," ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD, PHIL ADELPIUA. —:o:— UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. B@°" 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 thp business public. TERMS $1.50 PER DAY. October 22, 1861-ly. FULTON HOUSE, [late union hotel.] M'Connllsburg, Penn 'a. JACOB M'DONil_^I_), _PROPlCffF/_TOB Boarders taken by the day, week or month. Jan. 8. 1861-tf

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

A splendid article New Orleans molasses ocat 12»>enta. RILEY £ Go's. PERSONS _wanting Tinware, made of extra heavy Tin, will _saye m\,oe& by calling at , , / d_, W. BABB'».

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 September 1863

-itftie-or~Notl)iim0. The strongest words are generally the often* oaf _Krnlron " There is no fear that a man of skull can't scull himself over the sea of life. •¦ ¦ « _^ > — i The beautiful is as useful as the useful ; perhaps more so. Hope, the last resource of the miserable , comes to all but the damned and the _sieksea. : ——¦ ¦ ¦ _i _^ > m A smart young woman can judge by a kiss of the quality of her lover's liquor. Little squalls don't upset the lover's boat; they drive it all the faster to port. The book of a growliug, snarling, snapping author may very properly be dog's-eared. Those blockheads who are always itching to write should be scratched with thorn and briar bushes. ' ¦ ¦ m ¦ An old maid sometimes bites her lips in rage at finding that nobod y wants to bite them in love. : , —— •* ' — ' * Seem as you are. W hen you are simply comfortable don't pretend to be tremendousl y happy Do not wait supiuely for opportunity to come to you, but go and seek he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 September 1863

\h ©oca Stovn, •...•.. "..•.. .• .. •. .. •%.»..,<«.. _«,.. _ . .j',..»^j, ,.,..)jt. ., ... ), .....,.....-...%.'_»..-..«..-THE FAT_^_Ali STEP. BY MARY H. T.T.V.. " Of all the.sad,word* of tongue and,pen, , The _Baddeat are these—il might have been." In the valley of Mohawk, about forty miles from its source, stands a Targe old-fashioned house whose weather-scarred walls seem long to hav,e withstood the actions of the elements. A.date graven on a corner stone of the underpinning _points far back to the commencement of the revolution as the era of its origin, which statement this antique style of the superstructure fullv corroborates. At the foot of an ex teusive lawn in front flows the quiet river whose peaceful waters have long since ceased to mirror the plumes , and stomahawks of the warlike tribe whose* name it bears. Far to the south, looming tip in cloud-wreathed grandeur, rise the terminating peaks of the Catskill range ' , while on either hand extends a luzuria...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 September 1863

HERO WORSHIP Carlysle defends himself with great modesty for taking up the subject Heroes and Hero worship by saying "Great wen taken up in any way are profitable company." In spite of all the sham reviewers of his lectures on this subject, and the vulgar saying that no man is a Hero to his own valet," it would not be difficult to show that there is a natural pnnciple of reverence for some great men in human nature.. The child, whose nature., is unbent by any straight jacket educational forms, shows it in many ways. He looks up to his parent as the greatest of all beings , inferior, onjy, to the _^g i ant and bugbears of nurseryitales; he Jtrusts iniplicity in his power .and wisdoui,,believing thatha can do all things. A mother told her ,little boy of the great God in _,tbe sky * who- thundered : of the kind God who loved little children and would take them to Heayen if they were good. The little fellow looked up with sparkling eyes and said, ".Father will carry me to Heav...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 September 1863

Select _iDoctrn. THE SOLDIER'S BURIAL. Where shall we lay our comrade down ? Where shall the brave one sleep ? The battle's past, the victory won, Now we have ' time to weep !: Bury him on the mountain's brow,, _^ When he fought so well;, . , ; Bury him where the laurels grow—There he bravely fell 1 There lay him in his generous blood , For there first comes the light *' When mornings earliest breaks the cloud, And lingers last at night! .. ¦ When though.no flow ret there may bloom To scent the chilly air, < The sky shall stoop to wrap1 his tomb, The stars will watch him there. What though no stone may. mark his grave, Yet fame shall tell his race. ••>¦ ¦ . Where sleeps the one So kind, so brave, ' And God will find the place]_. Bury him on the mountain 's brow, Where he fought so well; Bury him where the laurels grow-There he bravely fell!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 September 1863

""" advertising- rates. — ._^ . — Advertisements will be inserted ia rat PILOT at the following rates: 1 column, one year $70.00 I of a column, one year 35.0C J of a column, one year , 20.00 1 square, twelvemonths 8.00 1 square, six months 6.00 I square, three months- 4-00 1 square, (ten lines or less) 3 insertions 1-00 Each subsequent insertion 26 Professional cards, one year... 6.00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 September 1863

THE PILOT Ig rUBLI8IIED BVEY TUESDAY MORNING BY JAMES W. M'CBORY, (North _Wett Goner of the Public Square,) at the following rates, from which there will be no deviation: Single subscription, in advance $1.60 Within six months 1.76 Within twelve months i. 2.00 No paper will be discontinued unless at the option of the Publishers, until all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions will be taken for a less period h&n six months.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 September 1863

FASHION. Fashion is truly a stern tyrant, swaying an iron sceptre over all the subjects of his extensive empire. Seated on his throne at Paris he makes his power known and felt all over the whole world. Republican, monarchist and autocrat alike, tow the knee to him, yielding a servile _submission to his capricious commands. His will is law e_^ery where, no matter how ridiculous the customs he imposes, how heavy the ta_^es he levies. No one of his subjects dare refuse to conform to his prescriptions or ujeet'hia_^emands. In the (exultation' of his power he dictates that the gentleman's apparel bhalr'dOn_'_JiiSfQf "ITfioat all "waist" and no skirt, of breeches so Wide as to'give the legs just cause to complain of room, of stub-toed shoes, a high-crowned hat, a chain dangling by the side whether there be a watch to it or not, a ratan in the haind, and a Havana in the mouth. No Booner is this dictum known than the exterior of every votary* of -"fashion undergoes- a complete chauge, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 September 1863

THE NEWS. The editor of the Washington Star returned from Oulpepper Court House on Thursday_, and states that on Wednesday night the Union line extended from Stevensburg through Culpepper, to Stone Mountain House, four miles north of the Court House. On Thursday the line wa3 changed, the army having advanced nearer to the Rapidan. The corps of A. P. Hill and Ewell are believed to be opposite, strongly intrenched. A telegram from headquarters yesterday announces all quiet, the position of the army states that. a party of Rebels, secreted in a thicket, fired on some of our men who were digging a rifle-pit, on Wednesday morning, killing Captain- Hart, of the Fourth New York Cavalry, and wounding fourteen or fifteen men. Early on Thursday morning a body of several hundred Rebels crossed the Upper Potomac, between Watts' Branch and Muddy Creek. Gen. Heintzelman being in the neighborhood on a tour of inspection, pursued them so sharply that they were forced to recross the river be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 September 1863

A New Privateer. Captain Dillinghatn, of the Snow Squall, which arrived at New York last Tuesday, from Penang, reports: July 28th, lat. 3305 S., long. 15 45 E., Gape Good Hope, bearing S. E. by E. half Edistant 160 miles, 3_J o'clock P. M., made a sail ahead, with which we came up very rapidly; soon made her out to be a barque standing the same course as ourselves, under whole topsails we having royal and topmast studding-sails set. Set our eusign, which was answered by the American ensign. We ran under her lee to speak her; as we approached her we observed no name ou her stern, which aroused our sus picions. We were soon hailed, " where from aud bound," which having answered, we asked, " what ship," and received forreplyy " .heave to and I'll send a boat alongside of you," to which we promptly replied, "ay, ay." At this monieut her three starboard ports were opened and as many guns run out, and upon us, we being about a ship 's length from her. Of course we werei now full...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 September 1863

Proclamation of the President. Washington, Sept. 14, 1863.-Whereas, The Constitution of the United States of America ha« ordained that the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus_^_ill not be suspended unless, when in cases of Rebellion or invasion_, the public safety may require it; and whereas, a Rebellion was existing on the 3d day of March, 18G3, which Rebellion is still existing; and whereas, by a statute, which was approved on that day, it was enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress assembled that, duriug the present insurrection, the President of the United States, whenever in his judgment the public safety may _icquire, is authorized to suspend the writ of habeas corpus in any case throughout the United States or aoy part thereof; and whereas,, in the judg ment of the President of the United States the public safety does require that the privilege of the said writ shall now be suspended throughout the United States, the military, naval, and civi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 September 1863

' ; " [_ATDVEKT/S'EjkEirT ' .] ' Vineland.—This new sett)emevt _eensist* ef a tract of land thirty miles in extent. The soil is a rich calcareous marl- soil, varying front a day loam, producing large erops of . Indian corn, sweet potatoes, wheat, grass, tobacco, grapes and peaches. It is located '' thirty -four miles south of Philadelphia, in Cumberland'- county¦ K. J., opoin the Cape Mat Railroad, on a parallel line of latitude with Baltimore, Md. T_' le climate is so mild. and open thai pUwing and all _kinds of out-door work can be carried on the entire winter. Most of the winter more resembles spring than anything else. Person* suffering from pulmonary complaints and _rheuniatics have been vastly _bene6tted by the climate alone. _Ths water is puce, soft _aad delicious. ; ; .;; .: }The 'moat important feature of the place is that the entire tract- is owned by one _proprietor,, who has laid it out in wide, spacious avenues and boule-yards, provided squares, and parks, au 1 adop...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 September 1863

PASSING EVENTS,&C. The Atmospheric Fruit Jar is sold by 8. H Pkather & Co. It is the besMn use. - « —; ¦* I _^ I 1 ¦ . Au the city Palies: are regularly received and sold by S. H. Eby_, at the Post Office.' Fishkk's improved _Pereserve Can, for sole by J. W. Barb. It is the most convenient in use. ' ' _> _Q > ¦ _;,.. ' —¦ —r . ¦ . The best Rosewood and .Gilt Frames, ever opened in Greencastle, just roceived and for sale cheap, at Fetterhoff's Gallery; 'v' ! ' ? The public schoolsin Antrim township.were .given •ut on the 12th inst. . Some teachers are . 8till wanted, we believe. . Mr. Jacob Hostetter wishes it to be remembered that he has removed to the store room on the North West Corner of the Square, formerly occupied by Messrs. Imbrie & Wier. The military have arrested quite a number of horae _thjeves .along the Potomac. We trust the gangs -who now infest the Border may be broken up, and the vill.iins caught, if the citizens . would help ...

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