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

Select poetry. i " uir i vi ia s a l p b ' ai si" Would that praise was untversnl, •' , Would th&t every soul could ding, Praise to God the great Creator, Praise to the Eternal King; Nature, then, and human nature, All combined the world around! Nodding hills and ' smiling _vnllies, Would their Author's praise resou 'nd Hail the great Eternal Father! t He whose spirit moved upon \« The dark face of mighty waters; . _>. Hail his well beloved Son! • Praise him for the earlh and heavens, For his care lo ancient Xight; All he saw, and the division IT When he said, " let there be light!" r W Praise him as the stars of heaven ; _r j_$ Loudly as I hey silent move! fr Lift the earlh to heaven descending, 1 With jure praise ns nngels' lore! V| Praise him «t« the heavenly being, * * In whose footsteps wo lime Hod; •» y SongH of praise be universal ta _, ./_, To the Great Eternal Gqd! T , _ii. ' ¦ _. _¦ ¦¦¦¦m _' i—

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 March 1863

I " the pilot I IS PUBLISHED EVEY TUESDAY MORNING BY I JAMES W. M_'CRORT, _? (North _Wett Comer of the Public Square,) at the following rates, from which there will be no ,: deviation: _^Sing le subscription, in advance $1.50 _IPwitJiin six months 1 _- 75 ¦Within twelve months _200 I. Ko paper will be discontinued unless at the option i «f the Publishers, until all arrearages are paid. I No subscriptions will be taken for a less period fKhan six months. _Wr _ _ _„ _j_, __ . /_ wmm M

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 March 1863

ADVERTISING KATES. """ _Adycrtisements will be inserted in thk pilot »t the following rates: 1 column, one year $70.00 _i of a column, one year _~. 35-OC _J 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.. ' 6.0©

Publication Title: Pilot
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 March 1863

THE WAR IN TENNESSEE A Dashing Affair at Unionville, Tenn. Cincinnati, March 9.—I learn from Nash_, ville that a division of cavalry, under Acting Brigadier-Gen. Mintj, attacked Russell's Rebel cavalry at Unionville, ten miles southeast «f Murfreesboro', on Saturday, the 7th instant . They captured twenty-one wagons, twenty-fiT9 horses, and all the camp equipage, and the uniform of Col. Russell, together with two captains, three lieutenants *nd fifty-three pri vates. Two of pur men wpre BJ«|P>fly wounded. The Rebels lost fifty killed " an ' d eighty wounded. The _Rebels _loit fifty knieaiatfd _eight y wouuded, all by sabre _strokes. The Seventh Pennsylvania „ and _Fourth Michigan did the work. ; The Gazette's cbrrespfonetent _adtta:—"Look out for stirring despatches from 'this quarter within three days, if the Rebels stand their _irrmmd_." The Late Defeat at Franklin, Tenn. Nashville, March.8,—^Late _news from Franklin state our troops fought with , * great ivalor i...

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

T H B P I I, O T . GREENCASTLE: Tuesday Morning, March 17, 1863 GENE .RAL NEWS. _r In rne Senate on the Cth the standing comtnUtecswcre announced; after which a discussion arose on ,lhe _question of taking the new path of loyalty, which is in the following W_.ords: , . ., ... __ ,-..,.. . _,r "I sqlemnly swear that I have never _yolun taxily, borne arm* against the United States 8ince v_<l' . haAr,_$,been acjtizen _thereof; that I (have _^k _fl1_^r _%t;gfy_^n_>P9*aid_, _wuqtejiance, ¦counsel or encouragement to persons engaged in _ajmed l_^_g_^Klix _$f#e $Q', ;that,Iihai?s _rPeifchefc_; sought »_pg .$$_ptytq_$, _joor _^ttemple_^_i 'to ._eserpisfc the functions of any office _whatever unjleiY. any au_^_oflty, or,tpi!_eteodecl_«aHtno_^_ty4Qr _hjoHli Vi ty tJhtej ypited;iStatea,j _,tbat I hav 4e- not _yielded a T _olttotarjfioiup_^rthtO";Wy-PKefengedv gQSern _W_^9t _»it ?1 _^0 _#_ywRftW,e5J19rj _«jftpjstitufei«iiif_;wUhin _^M! -JPnifSd ,. SfttMbtatiiJ* jpr- _in...

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

.PASSING- _EVE_.Mb-New Moon on the 19th inst... at 9 o'clock 7 m., a. m Piles of The Pilot.—We have several files of last year's Pilot, Which we •will sell cheap. ——: — .i m* . ¦——: - . . _Ttfa _Tjotiel _furiiitiite of HbLtAB'_s Hotel will be •old oh the 25th and 26lh instant. _—_¦ — - ¦¦*» rw : Tall.—We saw a few days since, a tail specimen of the African race, in the person of a " contraband" from Virginia, six feet and six inches high. : — i <B > m ' >— ¦ In Town. —Daniel Snivelt, Esq., for many years a leading merchant in this place, has been in town for a couple of weeks. He looks as well as ever. ¦ J. Hostetter still,supplies hiscustomers and the public generally, with fishes, great and small, fresh tind-s«!t water _outers, together with much else calculated to tempt the palate. —-1 . _^.4_^. Let the People, See.—Wm. M'Crort has just opened, 'at his Clock and Jewelry Store, on South _Carlisle _street, 'i' l<irge and elegant asSortjnent of Go...

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

tribute of Respect.—Pursuant to previous notice, a _meeting of the members of the Bur was held in the dffi'ce of Hou. Wilson Reilly, on Friday feven'ing last,'for the'purpose of giving expression t-d their feeliugis'in>regard >tp <tbe death 6f T. J. O. M-Graih, Esq. - Mr. _Keilly was called tothe chair, audJ.W. Douglas chosen Secretary. On motiou of C. S. Eyster, Esq., J. McD. Sharpe, George W. Brewer _^ and .Sijivcly Strickler, Esqs _^, were apDointe,a s committee to draft the customary resolutions. They subsequently reported the following, which were nunnimously adopted, after which the meeting adjourned: ' ¦ ¦ , _Wihirkas, ;0ur._youngiSrother, T. J. C. M'Grath Esq., Wjko_, recently left, the_^peaceful _^ avo.qfttions of the l_)f»r , t_,o} ming_^e in _scenes of danger _,_i and! strife upon the- tented field, among the ' soldiers of the Ms; •» h j _>_ff ..' ii' _* < -' * t,/, •;, _,f> n Union, has now sealed his loyalty to tbe cause of ...

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

The Pr_^_A jc|ea_^_je_£Qclani&|ion l W_^iilBgtoff, MarcH ' lO.-The_^llowijig isr a proclamation issued bVthe President of the "U _n ited_,S|_ates:— . 1 . .- , : /._' . Executive Mansion, March 10 ,18G3.rr-In pursuance of the--35th«Mcrion of the act of ObigVeyi, eli_^ed _^ _^ aii_^act _^rfegjrbiTir_^ and, calling out the national'_^_IceS_' aiii&_^or_' o_^er pujjjjpses_,", f_^p,prpy,ed_^, _pn, j thp- _$d. ot> _JMareh, l _$i_$(_K JyJ _^ b_^a.m _^incp_. lq , .Pjre8_J|deo< t, 'i..and? Commanderiu-Chief_« of_^the_^-Ariny and Navy of_^th_^ tltfiifed _Statfes_; do 'herSbf _oVder _^ _atd command' that" allif tHfo J soldfers, enlisted or drafted into the service of the, _Ufl_^ ted,._^_tatep, uow absent from their regiments without leave, shall forthwith return toatbeir- respective regi-%d&hka.a ¦ ' " • • ¦ : - : "> '¦¦ f ' ¦ ¦¦ ¦ i;!_- 1 "¦i _-! -'' "]j Aod_$_*ilo< hereby decla' rl' ati_^ _^o_^lWinT _UKttf _alj ( soldiers, now ab_?Vn...

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

JfL Great Army Hospital 'An' officer in the army writes as follows pf th'^'g ' reat1 hospital of ' tnearniy of the Pu_^om'ac: ' The hospital at Aquia Landing is worth crossing "'{he' ocean to ' see. It has all been started and cbmpleted within four weeks, and _is'ih'e place'Where now the sick of the army of" the Potomac are _itent. A " hospital' tent'' is'a1 tent 'like ' an officer ' s, of wall _' tent, only more than three times ' ' as large. The space within' it is: equal to a good sized drawing room. More ttian 850 of these tints, whitl as the driven1 show, pitched in long streets of more than a quarter of ' a mile, and' supplied with every convenience and1 comfort, compose this hospital. From the hill which I was descending to reach it, it presented 'in the evening twilight one of the most beautiful sights. You will form _some_^ estimate pf its size, when I tell you that between nine and ten thousand people occupy it. It lies on ' the table land of a pfpmontory called ...

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

Foreign Born _Residents Subject to En-• _rollment and Draft. There is still a .good deal of anxiety amqng our "inchoate citizens", to ,_fcnpw whether, t_^_ipae who have simply declared theirjipteutipn to become citizens of the United States are liable to draft under the "conscription .act" of March 3d _j 186_jJ. We find, from an ,_omcial_, copy of , the law now before _i_^s , thai; they are. The first section of _,the act sets forth that "all able-1 1 , i'. ft* . 1 ¦ K bodied male ci _^ ti_^ _eos of the United States, and persons of foreign birth4f who shall, have declared_, on. oath, their intention io _becomt citi zens} * * * * between the ag _>s of _twenty, and forty-five years, * * * are hereby dec'_arecUo constitute.the national _forces, and shall bcliabelto perform military . duty in t (the (ser-( vice of the United States when called out by. the ._^. P4_rpideut of thfi Ujaited , S fu tes_. for, that _jpurpose." " .... „, I At _^n^^_imp the, _bftl _contained_,ar c)a...

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

> Th«Sale of Gold aria _Silver Coin. The _following regulations contain the substance, of the , recjeDt_,act of Cpngreps ,in relatipa to the purchase and sale of gold _^nd silver coin : Firs_^. All .contracts for Jthe purchase .and sale of gold and _silvp, _coioror bullion, and all contracts for the loan of money or _currency,, secured by the pledge or _f di_^_ppsit _^ or other disposition of gold or silyer coin of-the _,U[pite; d States, if to be after a period, of three_, days, must be in writing. , f ;, Second, rSuch contracts must bear _^ adhesive stamps equal in amount to pn_^-hajf" of _(one per centum of the _amount named jn,_fhe _contract, and, in addition thereto, stamps e,cjual to t_,he amount p f interest, at .6 per ceotuui, op the amount of the contract for, the time specified. Third. A renewal of the contract would be ,( .V.,'. ¦ _~ r I ' i ' • ' snbject to the same condition!*. Fourth. No loan of currency or money as the security of gold or, silver_.coin of t...

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

School for Young Ladies—We call the attention of our readers to the card of _iliss M. G. _Bcrgkss, which will be found in our advertising columns. We are gratified to announce ihat at last there i< a good prospect of having n first class Ffmale Seminary established in _Greencastle. The want of such institution has long been felt, and our neighbors nave been compelled for year., to send their daughters to expensive boarding schools in the East. This will be now no longer necessary, and as most parents prefer keeping their, daughters at home rather then send them to distant schools, we have _tfo doubt Misi _Btaouss will meet with the _ooccess she7 _deserVes. She is a natiVe of _Wew Hampshire, and a graduate of one of the best ontinr>l<i in-th&t. StAte. ' Young ladies from the country or from our neighboring towns, will find here » good school. Boarding can be obtained in private families at Tery moderate rates. The terms of tuition are low, aad in ia'd...

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

A. Wholesale, "_Rustic pf flour..—up _^ _aVu\-dftji; last_._r_'ltorVy- ' ei_^ht' PennJ-ylvaiiU c»r»,"becidcs individual cars.-passed-ovan tbe; _Frauklin Railroad irom? Hager8t.own,piun.cipally loaded with FYour_*."'Hnd ' _^i_'ere_'been'6\her cars 'at ' Hagersiown, wgneaf: deal more.: freight, in _\tliemliupe of Flour, would have been added to the 24lM* barrels torwnrded fronuthatpoiat.—Repository _atid_^.%utrijj>t of the lllhitutant. " \ ¦ ¦; ' <¦< ¦^¦ ¦ ¦1--, r_< ¦ »; • .:¦. ¦ •? v~<> " •¦¦* ' ,_ft seems;, strange th_«t|our qotemporary has omit-,te_<i tp niemio _^ n Greenenst._^ injVheab pv_* item, _^.X>n lii_« Saturday evening referred to, a freight train left this place consistiug of _sixttstn long cars; ten " of thye cars_^were _lokded _hf f SckATtfiRT'& Co1 !, and contained_^ _^ SOOiibafrrels _S oT'FlourV'stxJiof \hem 'were loaded by Imbbie & Co., and contained 480 barrels, making, in all 1280, barrels,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 March 1863

uDeatktOf a Good Old Citizen.—On Tuesday, the 3d instant, Lewis Zeigleu, Esq , died at his residence near Leitersburg, ij the 76ih year of his age, and was iuterred on the following Thursday, his remains having been accompanied to their last resting place' by uri unusually large _eoncourse of relatives, friends and acquaintances. la the death of Mr. Zkigleb. the county has lost one of its most popular and highly esteemed .citizen*, and the poor of the neighborhood in which he lived a kind friend. His heart was always open to sympa thy and-pity for the misfortunes hu<1 _necessities of bis icilow man, and, the, needy nn _. d. unfortunate never appealed to him for relief in vain. His mansion _waa me abode of genuine, old-fashioned hospitality_, and his reputation lor amiability ,and truehearted " _kindnebs was proverbial. He was also a man of the strictest integrity and _veracity, 'and His word waB known to be his bond.. He formerl y took an active part hi public affairs, an...

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

Belief Needed-— V»V learn that G. W. Zi«gtKitJ Esq.! , _li_'_as _" b_^cn appointed a'member of the _Ckiunty Gotnmittee by the Relief Board of Franklin CQiinty. )We believe the object is to afford J-_^ief to thefamilie* of the "drafted" men. It is time tbnt_, something was done for these people. Called aw,ayt at the beginning of winter, without time to make much preparation for the support of their families, and nof "hriving yiet ''_received one 'fldllar "of pay, Jhese _circumstances make a strong nppeal upon the staunch farmers of Autrim township to do liberally. Even if the State or Government does nothing, surely, a rich community like ours,will not allow any of these unfortunate families , to suffer. The immediate neighbors of such persons should interterest themselves in this matter. Tbe simple presentation of this subject ought to be enough to arouse _systcnmHc benevolent action. What will be done ?

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

Private- Sales of Real Estate.—Real Estate in the vicinity of Upton, has -been changing hands, .quite frequently of late, and generally at good prices. The Hotel property in that village has been purchased by Cook & Boyd. The late proprietor, Mr. Stecii, has bought the farm of M'r. Koogler. John Phillippt, Sr., has sold his farm to Wm. M'Clellan, Esq., of Chambersburg. Adam MVM£BT has become the purchaser of the farm of Samijel _. HoLLi.vGER,, Sr. 'Hknbt _Somers has sold his farm to Mr. Gsell. A _Binall farm in Montgomery township, was sold by'GEOUGK H. Davio«on, Assignee of Geo. Hochlandeb, to Wm. M'Clellan, Esq. Davidson _Gordon has sold his residence in the village >of Shady Grove to S. _Hollinqe_^. Izu. Goruon has sold a rough-oast houoe on the Wayn'esboro " turnpike road, to_^H. _Somebs. Uumtubey Gordon hns sold his residence in Shady Grove, to Mr. Morgenthau.. _Hesbt Millkr, Sr., sold his Mill and Distillery, on the Williauisport turnpike, tn 7, Hakti.k. o...

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

Mi. E. Gonforenco.rriThe:SisthlABnu*l Seseion of the East _JJaliimore .Conference _nat held in, the Methodist _^ Epi. copal Church of York, Pa , commencing on the 4_^i instant, and concluding on the 11th. Their meeting was harmonious, and the usual business was transacte'd.' The 'resolution's on the ' btate of the _couatry we'_lihYe not |yet seen. Tbe _Mercersburg and _Greenoaatle Circuits were' uii\ted under, the, name of the Merceraburg Circuit.' The senior minister appointed, is Re,v. J.|W..Buck _^ ley, late of _Widdleburg, Pa., we believe. The, ju' -1 »t * j _, _i i: 'i . t t! • • i j i _ntpr or unpiarned minister Las not yet been up- , _poiniefl. Bev. 8. M. H\RT80CK leave ' s this Circuit witli the prayers an«l high regards of his own congregation,' and the esteem of the other _denominations of this place.

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

.Report of Solon Robinson, OF TUB JiEVT YOKK TBIBL'NK, III'O.N THK VINELAND SETTLEMENT J6_€^* T lie following is an extract from the report_, of Solon Robinson. Esq.. published in the New York Tribune, in reference to Vineland. All persons _cun re.-.d this report with interest. Advantage* of Farming near Home—Vineland—R_«- marks upon Marl—Soil, its great Fertility—The Cause ef Fertility—Amount of Crops Produced—Practical Evidence. It is certainl y one of the moat extensive fertile tracts, in an almost level position, and suitable condition f or pleasant farming that we know of this side of the western prairies_^ ,We found some of the oldest farms apparently just as profitable productive as when first cleared of forest fifty or a himdred years ago. The geologist would soon discover the cause of this continued fertility. The whole country is a niarino deposit, and all through the soil we found evidences of calcareous substances, generally in the form of indurated calcareous marl...

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

VINELAND. . ; TO ALL _WANTING P ARMS_^ N _^ ew Settlement, of Vineland. ,, j A REMEDY FOR HARD TIMES: A Rare Opportunity in the Best _Market, and Most Pehyhtful,and Healthful Climate tn the Union. Only thirty miles South of Philadelphia, on a Railroad ; being a Rich, Heavy Soil, and Highly Productive Wheat Land; Amongst the Best in the Garden State of Jv_'ew Jersey. It consists of 20,000 acre? of GOOD land , divided into Farms of different sizes to euit the purchaser—ruoM_, 20 ackbs and UPWARDS—and is sold at the rate of from $15 to $20 per acre for the farm land, _pay able one-fourth cash, and the balance by quarter yenrly installments, with legal interest, within the term bf four years. _, • ' '_, ' i The Soil is, in great part, a Rich Clay Loam, suit-, able for Wheat, Grass and Potatoes—also a dark and, rich sandy loam, suitable for corn, sweet-potatoes,! tobacco, all kinds of vegetables and root crops, and the finest varieties of fruitsuch as Gra,pesrPears, Peaches, Apri...

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

Late, and Interesting from Port Royal. Baltimore, M«_,rch 12.;—The rteamsKip Erics-•on arrived this morning iron -/_ffctf, Royal , _^ with dates t? the 8th, and mails and despatches 'fi' for th« (xnifernment in the hands of Chief i » Engineer Stinierti, who wait on board the Pas-I • aaic in the attack on Fort Mo A/I lister. '!% The Monitors t_?ere,a,H: ba_,ck at Port Royal I in good condition. , A ten-inch mortar shell i struck the _Passaic on ths deck, but did not go §' through. 1< A torpedo ' was exploded beneath the Mon-4{tauk, and although it lifted her but a foot 6ut of the water, did no damage. « The botubardment lasted twenty hours, but \ the Monitors could licit get near enough to the iLfo 400 jpfort to dismantle it. The; distance was 1,400 yards. . ' .. . _ ¦ . , ;_, _" . :;¦ :;. I The English steamer Queen of the Wave _iSras on shore near Charleston. The crew esi|jr fcaped. Admiral Dupont was endeavoring to fjwve her. • ¦ ' „. <¦;» ; • '¦:¦ " ¦ -:i *'...

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