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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

: A corrupt ruler is but a reigning sin ; and a sin in office is not entitled to respect. tUtlc-ot-NtU hmgs. Marry if you1 would prosper ;: a pair are aEways four-nandedi—i an _individual never. 1 [m 1 e> ¦ » -r If woman do the greater part of the talkin gr they also do- the better part of it.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

THE PILOT. GItEENC AST LE: Tuesday Morning, April 7, 1863. President's Proclamation for a Day of Humiliation and Prayer. Washington, March 81,1863. Whereas, The Senate of the United States, ; 4fv putly recognizing the supreme authority iijid just _government of Almighty God in;all; the affairs of men and of nations, .has, by a _rewfortfoofreiqr*^^ and set _agart_^af <day( for national prayer and humiliation: , _Attd -whereat, It is the duty of nations, ' as well as of" men, to own their dependence upon the over._rulinjj powfer df _Gfflfl to (Confess their _atnVand transgressions, in humble sorrow, yet with assured Jiope that_^_genuine repentance will l _^ad fnto m_^rcv_^nd rjardonj _apd to recogpjze the _sub_]l_^g tr,ut|,v annoupced _j.n the [Holy Scriptures and proven b.y»_alWjistor.y, that those natftft&lbnfy _ttt_^ blessedv _frhdse God is the Lord; And; _indfffntroh As wel kbow that, Hy His di * Tine law j nitr on_^ _TiEe nfd ivTduals , are _subjpqt_, ecbto pur...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

THE'WA'R ON_^HE _MISSISSIPPI. Eailtire' o£ Ad.'mtfal? _PftQtqr's Upper,; Yazoo Expedition., . , _, > {_, - /> . ¦ _i _io ' . o * _» tfii r* i*"t '¦'_{itt Gincitfnatf_^ApUH l.'-r_^The'ne** from_^Vickaburg and vicinity wears an u5 n'fav<5table''_aspect. Despatches receive"drheYe state'that' 1 the _' e ' xpedifeion'through Slute's * and B'laok Bayou into the Tipper Yazoo is a failure. ' Adrbiral Porfer succeeded in getting'thtoOg'h bbth_*bayous w_^h guu-boats,r and proceeded twenty-five orthirtV miles further in Deer and Rolling Fork, when1 ' he '?encoun-tered<a small force of Rebels, _ftho" " so_^annoye ' d _lUni _Wifh _^feharp-iJhbotets _and'"i _dtnf BtPUCtiobB io tllefcb'&' nrffcl';' _thaHUrther prbgres_^ wa_*idBpossrble1<witriout<t1ie_^_efePopeTatfon '_f of*in* -V5 fantpy_, which/ car me_%p_«neit"day7 ' The _< en'eniy _" had,* - in ttih_'e WaflCtiin^/put'trees'lW fhef'slrea'm_, mdkibg it impassable. '! They annoyed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

Official Despatch of the Victory at Somerset, Ky. Washington, April 2.—The following has been received at the head-quarters of the Army :— Louisville, April l,-18S3.r-r.To Major-Gen. Halleck;i G_^herll'irj_.GKieiV_^-The following offical despatch has been received from General Gilmore, giving the details of his successful attack upon tlie eh_^tny in Geritral Kentucky :— ,„ Somerset,. j_^.yTI March 81.— I, attacked. _$\9 enemy yesterday in a strong post of his own selection,, defended by six cannon, uear the town, and fought him for five hours driving him from one point to another, and finally stormed his position, whipped him handsomely, and drove him in confusion towards the river. His loss is over three hundred killed, wounded and prisoners. The enemy outnumbered us two to one, an'd commanded by Pegram in per son . iSfight stopping the pursuit, which will be resumed in'tne_'i m6rning. We captured two stands of colors. Our_,loss ih'lhlled _. _' woundedWd missing, will not...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

FSOM PCHTRSSS MONEOE The Fight at williamsburg, va. Correspondent of the _Inquirer. Camp near Williamsburg. Va., Mar. 29.— Ourpickets were,_rfdriven in by the Rebels in force this morning, about daybreak. Lieut. Wingle, of the Filth Pennsylvania Ca_^^y, had command of the advance Picket Reserve on the Richmond road, consisting of twentyeight ineif, who were cut oh * from the niarn resfii&ej_^ dredRebel infantry. The said infantry posted themselves alongside of the street in the town, in such a manner as to have a tremendously _distructive fire on whoever might undertake to pass- them. ' The Lieutenant, with his twenty-eight men, being hemmed in on, the front by infantry, and ion the rear by about one thousand cavalry and jtwo pieces of artillery, had to either surrender or charge through . .the _^ iufautry. He, like a •good,and brave soldier, choose the latter, and it is with pleasure that I announce to you that he succeeded in.getting through, but I am un-, der the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

r *F&8* : b?*ktfTiiMThi&pal _inflied, a " moving'drtj;. ( Although _Jw t fee we jlaj _^ pr _eyious our citif«n_^nha<L,conimenfi|tl _^t ehanje: _housei. yet ''nit-W» l_^_m_^_fsfefe_^_"_^ _P_^llHnot reached the culminating point until the morning of that day. For hours the streets were filled with all •o ' ri._' of _>ebI i^*?^rnV' f _«iB _-_' .» ertty pa«! o¥ tb« _(i._'wrii "'Ev«ryb63y J s' _eVbiW _Ufet helping s. or ae oni ebe- to.f "m' ovtt7i! _A_4Som» were carrying table*, chairs, &ci, Bomeffligh(et articles, while not a few were taking first , rate c»_re ,p£ tk,e kitchen furniture. Many families.retired, " that ni ght, in wlmt had beea to _thjsm until now! strange houses. May b» the good I>ou8 ' ewrfe,' ' tot), tile next ' morning took tin wrong donr on Ke*_J W«y'to the k ' itehen to pr_*p»r« the _morninar focal. . There are twofr«a_»on_«-which make it _imponniblt for the . firjjt oft Aprjl:to _pijsg_.unuoticed in tbia.Su>* f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

Rev. W. " T. _" Beatty.—A correspondent of the Philadelphfa ^' J_^wJyVenan, writing from New BrunswioiCisN_^J- _. under date of March 25th, si_;S: "Recently the First Ptesbyterian Church has _calltj the _Rew.ME^^_SBATT_^-of'PennsylTaiiia. who. it j_< thought will accept.-, This iiafclie church, \ener.i!,_l with age,tT and. o_£ _sabred,_^^_mqry, where _Trxsast once preached, au_^lJtis _.quitp in_\p9jtant that th,v should securei ,as ._iga,n. wjio, can _aj_^once takq his place as aa able repre_4fntativ. B_^P ^;_esbyterianisni in this old Dutch town." Rev. W. T. Bbatt ' t has accepfed the call to the . . . ' no. church at New Brunswick, N. J., subject to the action of Carlisl€ " Prcii)yt8ff._% The congregation in this place are very "reluctant to part with their very able and efficient p _' astbry'but -whereas ne expressed his earnest desire "> 1> o-gV'to' anofber field of labor, they-hare felt If td'be therr duty hot to throw anj obstacles in , his _wayi and a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

Rkcknt indisposition we trust will excuse US for not presenting th,e usual anfount of original matter. Files Of The Pilot.—Wb baVe'se*«ral *Mitf jiBtcyefar's Pilot, wbiok.we will sell cheap* •' , ' —< «¦ «» ¦» y- _; _^ Notice. —Mr. J. L. P. Detbicu requests us to state that he has been authorized to rfeceiveu all monies duo Rev. E. Embr,son\ •;; * »' _¦ .. Let the People See.—Wm. M'Crort has jtist opened, at his " Clock a_'nd Jew_^Try Store, on South Carlisle street, a large land' elegant assortment of. Gold, Silver 4 and. Steel Spectacles. ¦ s Recruits for th ' e 112th, P. V.—Jas: Overca_^h, Da ' Lt-as _Wbsnb_'r and Gr.d. Pkss_^_ugSb, _ir', left this morning to join the 2U' Tennsyhania Artillery. , ;., _PASSING _EVENTS _^ A.ltnO9t a 'Fire—On l.-ist 'FYiday _nbon_/'the roof of Mr. Cqj.ra' i> _GAkpVtR'a _housetnpk fiBcfrom the stove pipe,passing Uiijcjugh it. , l_^waB_^_sc_^yercd, however, in time to prevent niuch dani,ager beiug done to the premises. , •PasSion_*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

s Important _,Sf8_fflk "VjLcksburg. Chicago. March 3U—A Cairo special des-,_^.f» ' fl ¦•i\_W5". - . u patch gays:—Last Wednesday _evening the rams Lancaster and _^ _Slw_^izerJand undertook to run,,the _batteries at- , _Yicksburs?. As soou as they- _cajiie within range the Rebels opened a trenigadaus_.jfire. - The _._Laacaster, was struck thirty tiaies. Her _JSPtLre, ,bo,w. was shot away, causing her to _sjuk , immediately, turning, a complete somerset as she'we,nt duwn. A-H her crew-._except two escaped. The Switzerland was-dfeabled-by a sixty-four pound ball penetrating ' her 'steam! druin. "Sh'e floated down, the batteries still firing and striking'her r ' epeatidly, unfil finally_^ tn ' e _^AfbWoss ran alongside and towed her to the lower mouth of* the, canal., _3Jhe loss of life on her/_is _i_^t _ascertained. , r : . _jQn_, their, way up the Hartford and . Albatross encountered batteries at Grands Gulf, more formidable thau those atwPortfrHudsou. The Hartioffl Was struck-f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

The Fight m Washington Territory, Washington, March 31 _^ —Oflicial information lias bt een received of Cqlonel Conner's se vere battle and splendid victory on, Bear, River. \ _m ' _u * * _/' -f*_1 *. f _^ Washington Territory. , After a forced march of one hundred and forty miles, in midwinter « 'i ii ' '• ' i 'i ' i ! • ' i - ' * • and through deep _smjw_*, in whicK seventy-six of ' his lu jen weie _disabled by frozen feet, he and his gallant hand of only two hundred men at tacked' three h'undred Indian warriors in their stronghold, and after a hard-fought baltle of four'liours, destroyed the entire band, leaving two hundred'and twenty-four dead upon the field. Our loss was fourteen killed and forty* '-*_t ' >.r 11,1, _«V _'mt'^'T" i " '> ' i1 V "J ¦> nine wounded. Ihese Indians had murdered •+•» iw e . I ' .s \\\ i .v *•*••. _< ' 'V "'* several uiuiers during the winter, aud were part of the same band who had been massacre-._•'() |>,jf _« »'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

-r-Discnarged_* .—Scrgfe«iU.. iM. D. Dgtrich. if company }L. >. JI2tithtUeg.jvP. y-.,-iiK3 been _diHciianged _fromvf ihei military _hervice,,pii _account of pliysipal, _^isability_^ Wm. _. _Gaif, of _company A. samer regi nicrit,h:»s been discharged for the some reason.— Boih these young men are now atliome with ' their pVreuts in this'jJltice.' ' '" * ! ' "' * ' _s ' ' of _^lie f Rights _^^rried, _JOfonie^—THe _following bill, which contains important _lyovisions, lecuntly passed both houses of the State Legislature. It is entitled '_*a supplement to th_« &f"Witctfre tie riglitt ' of _rairri_^d'vr_^m_'cn,'* _pabftd tm- ' llth _dayx_»f>Ap ' ril,_5_«_1848, : S f ' »_i e_;_-» •> *«J_/ • ._btt>. '< • I t Jit U cnacUd,,_$,e., That.the tr._ucjntetft _*nd ra«^nr ing of the,aotof _^_s^^' j '<>„ secjir,e,the ,rjg.liji,s _»f married women, passed the 11th day of,April , A. D.f ]B4S, aiid the supplements thereto, arer nereby decliir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

The Rebel Raid into Point Pleasant; Cincinnati,-April 2—On Monday last, the 25th of ' March, Jenkins' Rebel cavalry dashed ' into Point Pleasant' Va., at the mouth of the • > '' ' * ' ¦ Kanawha, _gaiu ' ed possession of the court house, tired seven tiouses, plundered others, and'buried several thousand/bushels of Government _Corni Volunteer aid arrived from Gallipolis, Ohio, and the Rebels were driven out with a loss of five killed and thirteen taken prisoners to Gallipolis. They were refused a parole.—• Te'legrapTiic communication is cutoff along the Kanawha, from Charleston to Point P-leasant. TKfi 'driiverrinie'nt steamer Victor No 2 was fired into at Hall's Lauding, forty ' miles' above Buffalo, on the ICauawha. Oue man was 1cill—I- • ' ¦< • ' _> ed, while the boat was completely riddled (by the _umsklctry:_1 The Victor _Xo. '_^G-en.-Meigs finally succeeded in reaching Gallipolis-The Vidtor and 13. C. Levi are still up the Kanawha, it being rumored that ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

_>Reaa.~This.— * ••The spring, the summer, < The childing, autumn, ,angry winter, change Their wonted liveries; and the 'mazed world, i liy_^heir increase, now knows not -which is which. " 'Midst all the changes going on around us, we lake ' pleasure in announcing that Mr. ' j&iN Bkkt (survivor of the firm of J/& A. C.Bkrt ) Kas opened at the old stand; two doors 'on W_"est< -Baltimore Stxeet, a new and * very -large, slock of Boots and Shoesv The ladies _vvill be .charmed to see his Tery tasty stock of Balmoral Boots and Gaiters. The fashion has changed very ' much, in the _4tyle of ' ladies shoVs. _' _Tf the ladies examine Ins stock_^ they will be convinced of what we hate ' s'fiid'. * " Gentlemen and boysfwill find liis slock*very large of the latest and most, substantial make, and at very moderate prices His assortment is general, and will suit the varied tastes of the community. Greeucistle_, April1 7. 18G3.-* Fire Apparatus.—No doubt ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

GrOt Back—Bleouuery- Gap, Va., _Jias aoojnired historic _mention from the brilliant dash madje there about fifteen months ago, by the lamented LAKUF.n. T8a extensive Mr' on works and furnace near th _' at piaoe are" well 'known to-many'Virginians. The proprietor, Mr. Paxco\st, a staunch Uni(m> man, feared b y_._thejeaders of t_^e-llehelli,o,n,_ona . ccounbof his vat-t influence was _seized ( and,carried to JJich_, - _luond, Va., during ihe summer of '01, and there imprisoned_, lie was _afterwards tak_* _en to Salisbury, N_>. C, and-put in prison there. '' During this time he encouraged his nnfortunitfefellowtpriscmers, and spent thousands of; dollars for,,their comfort. His _releaset nnd return home on Sabbath _^ week was cele,-brated with every manifestation " of delight by his old neighbors. 'During his long absence many of his hands took to the ' mountains to evade5 fhe " rebel conscription act, where some of them, perished from hunger and ooluV ¦ _, L _, ,,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

The. United States Provost Marshal. Washington' , April 1 * . ' -—The President and Secretary of War have before them the list pt Provost Marshals. They will all be announced in a day1 or two. ' From some districts there are no applications, aud they have had to send out circulars to the members of Congress for consultatio'h. Tho?e Tor Pennsylvania were considered last riight and to_*day. The list is completed, but cahubt: be had for publication yet. For some districts there were severe' contests among applicants aud many conflicting recom- mendations, but as a general thing the recommendations of Republican Congressmen were taken. About one half are civilians, and the balance commissioned officers, who will be detailed from their reg%ents.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

_ssfie War in Tennessee _Clarksvillc, April 3.—The Democrat s correspondent says that the Rebels, under Van Dorn, are attempting to flank? Rosecrans ou the left, vand are _._QjeasinK, the -riy_^rn At _^Iroyray and thinks that Van Dorn has a heavy supply of artillery. The same correspondent apprehends that the movement is aimed _against Kentucky.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

Report of Solon Robinson, OF TIIK XKW YOUK TlllKL'XK, LTuM THK VINELAND SETTLEMENT. _fife_^" Tlie following is hii extract from the i_«port of .Solon Robinson, Esq., published in the New York Tribune, m reference to _Vinelaftd. All persons can rend this report with interest. Advantage* - of Farming near Home—Vineland—Remarks upon Mar)—Soil, its great.'-Fertility—The Cause «f Fertility—Amount of Crops Produced—l'raciical Evidence. It is certainly one vf the most extensive fertile tracit; in an almost level pvritivn, und tuitulle condition for pleasant funning that we know vf thin side of the western prairies. We found tome of the oldest farms apparently Just as profitable productive as when first _cUitrtd of forest fifty or a hundred mars ago. The geologist would soon discover the cause of thi» continued fertility. The whole country is a marine deposit, and all through the soil we found evidences of calcareous substances, generally in the form of indurated calcareous "marl, s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

¦VINELAND. T O AL L WAN T IN G P AR MS New Settlement of Vineland. A REMEDY FOR HARD TIMES. A Rare Opportunity in the Best Market, and Most Delightful and Healthful Climate in the Union. Only thirty viiles South of I'hiladetyhia. on a Railroad ; bring a Rich, Heavy Soil, and Hi ghly Productive Wheat Land; Amongst the Best in the Garden Stale of Xew _Jersey. It consists of 20,000 acre? of GOOD land, divHed into Farms of different sizes to suit the purchaser—1'ko.h 20 ' agues and ui'WAitDS—and is sold attherate of from $15 to $_&0 per acre for the farm land, payable one-fourth cash, and the balance by quarterye_, ;iriy installments,, with legal interest, within the term of four years. The Soil is, m great_.part, a Rich Clay Loam, suitable for Wheat, Grass and J'ola(f\es—also a dark and rich aandy loam, suitable for corn, sweet-potatoes, tobacco, all kinds of vegetables and root crops, and the finest vairietics of fruit, such as Grapes, Pear?, Peaches, Apricots, Nectarine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

Important Arrival! S. H. PRATHER & CO, HAVE just received a large assortment of NEW _^n _jjp which they will take pleasure iu _showing to their numerous customers and others. In Ladies' Dress Goods, they have Lustres, Block Silks , _JJdaincs_, . Cns/nnrns, Wool Drlaines_, Plaid Mohair, LavellaSf French Merinos , Goburgs_, I)ebegr$ \ CLOTHS FOR LADIES' CLOAKS, Shawls, _Ifubias, Hoods, _Sontagsf Hoop Skirts, Balmoral Skirts, Embroideries, Kid Glovrs, Gauntlets, Collars, White Goods, Black Crape Veils, Mourning do., Chmeilfe and ' Fancy TJeadNets, Lambs Wool Hone, (cheap), Merino and Cotton Hosiery, Ladies1 Congress Gaiters, Morocco Boots and Gum Shoes. M,E,NS' WEAR! Black, Blue and; Brown _Broadcloths, Bfjtvpr Overcoating, Petersham do., _Gaufimercs, Wa~ bash do., Velvet Cord, Kentucky Jeans, Satinqtts-_^UndeiQshirts QndfDrericers. Soldier, Shirts Hints, Caps, Handkerchief*, Gloves, Cravats Burnside Ties, Domestic Goods, and ' BOOTS •& _ ¦ SHOES FLOOR OJJii CLOTH. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 April 1863

DR. LA CROIX'S Private Medical _Treatise Physiological Vi_^ew or Marriage. 250 PAGES and 130 _ENGRAVINGS i —Price-V pnly _^weiit.y-|iv&cents t S_«?ntf_^ee^•^postage i to all * par of the _unijan ' Oh the iiifirimt.ies,, of ybufh and maituritiy_^dis ' ciosih'g1 the' _sse' cr'et'._follies of; 6ot!h sexes'of'all a'gesvcausirig dfcbiiity? nerybusnes>! _depression of spirits, palpitation of tlie'h'eart, suicidal imaginings.involuntary _emitsions _. _blushings. defective '?memory; iridigosfioii and .la'ssilude, with confessions of _iJiriUwg interest of ws Boarding _SSchool Miss, a College Student, and a Young Jlfarrud Lady, _$c , _4'c. It is a irntlvfiil adviser to the married and .hosecbnteiriplatiiigmarria " gfe ' ,wUben_<ertaiii se'eret doubts of their physical condiiion _. andiwho arc conscious of having hazarded the health, happiness and _privilwes _towhich,every.imnian _^eiBg is _entitjted. _VOU_^Gr M _. EN' whoarttrpuWed with >_yeakness. _gfenerally...

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