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

. ¦» GET YOUii JOB P'RI.HTIIIG D0K_8AT b sis ' . _# a & ©!? ¦"' ©¦a1 sra © a _GREENCASTLE, PA,

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

FULTON HOUSE, [LATK CNIOS HOTEL.] .' r ¦ ¦ M'Connllsburg, Penn'a. JACOB n'DeiVILD _, PROPRIETOR * Boarders laken" by the day, week or month. Jan. 8. 1861-tf • • ¦ •

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

_PERSONS wanting Tinware, made of extra he»*_7 * _r Tin,_^willt8&ve n«vfley by calling at '_:/;/' " J.WBARB_' _* 4 splendid article New Orleans _molasies of»» 1 2J_«nt_§, RILET&C«»_.

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

THF, TM T .( )T :»G H F F.Vf4 _STT .K. FHWK , \ CJO.. Jr_^_A.. Ariill-. /, -touo § 0 _tels. " THE UNIO N"," ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD, PHILADELPHIA. —:o:— UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. ggg"" This Hotel is central, convenient by Passenger Cars to all par's 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-lv. A. MATHIOT & SONb Sofa and Furniture Warerooma_, Not. 25 and 27 North Gey Street, (near fatett* stbht,) ;- f ¦<{ .; Extending from Gay to Frederick street, and not excelled in the Union. l LWAYS on hand a large assortment of every _^X variety of HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE Furniture, embracing Bureaus, Sofas, assorted colors of Cottage Furniture, Bedsteads, TeiCrq-Tetcs, Settees, Washslands, Jf ardrobes. Arm, Wood, _Oftce,l _Rocking and Barbar Chairs, Etageres. Marble Tables, Sideboards, Spring Beds, Mattresses of Husk, Cotton and Hair, Reception and Upholstered Chairs, Cribt and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

_^ . ©onb Storn. iuGHT ir _rii Eviisi mg. ~ BY T. S. ARTIIUB, $» "The days prow dat_^er _^ and drearier as we fB get older." This came from one of two friends, _IBflffhose years had fallen into the '-yellow leaf " Wff "But, there shall be light at evening, '** said 'f* the other, in a cheery voice. ' ' - *¦ "Not unless the order of .nature be reversed, ¦*-jit _,>Mr. Fairfax," was replied. ' "When the sun i*_Ttets, day goes out in darkness." "#"* "And yet, for atl this, friend Ascot, there v1 vWill be light at evening, j_^ot half so dark as _Reared, will the shadows fall; and, quickly, § shall the east grow radiant again. Has it not always been so? Have we not always found light at evening, iristeaH of the fauied E _gypt ian JlLla'ikness. Take your own _experience. Think Jljtack over the dark days through which .you _M_^_Kive passed, and to the close of which you <¦ _Rooked with a shudder Did not light cdnite at f_^vening? The sun broke ' through lifting ?nf c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

WASHINGTON'S VISION BY _tVESLEY _BRADSIIAW. The last time I ever saw Anthony Sherman was on the 4th of »Tuly, 1859, in Independ,-euce,. Square; ... He was ,then ninety-Qpp, and becoming very feeble; but though, so old, his dimming eyes rekindled as he _^ lopked at Independencu Hall, which, he said, he had cotue to gaze upon once more before he was _gathered home. ; ? _^ "What time is it?" said he, raising his trembling eyes to therclock in the,_steeple, and endcayoring_^to, shade the former with ,a shaking hand-7-"what time is it ? I can't _aee so well now as I used to." .. ,{'Hulf_\past,three." , ; ¦¦ . . __ .. ; . "Come then," he continued, "let us go into the Hall; I want to tell you an incident of Washington's life_^-one which no . one alive knows of except myself, and if you Jiy_.e; _)'ou will, before long, see it verified., Mark m,e, I am-not superstitious, but you will see {it verified."v .- _; " ¦ ' v ... ¦ ' • . _, .,.> , lleaching the visitors _, room iu w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

! Y " THE PILOT I as PUBLISHED KVEY TUESDAY MORNING BY k. JAMES W. M'CEOEY, \ (North Wett Corner of the Public Square,) M the following rates, from which there will be no p detention: Bingle subscription, in advance $1.50 Within six months 1.75 "Jfithin twelve months 2.00 ' Ko paper will be discontinued unless at the eption <4t the Publishers, until all arrearages are paid. ; >'o subscriptions will be taken for a less period ' '& an six months. 3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

AbVERTlS IN a HAT K S. Advertisements will be inserted iu the _tii._ot at tlic following rates: 1 column, one year -. $70.00 h of a column, one year 35.0_C J of a column, one year- _». 20.00 1 square, twelvemonths »« _» 8._C0 1 _square, six months „.„„ 6.00 1 square, three months- »._w 4.00 1 square, (ten lines or less) 3 insertions...... 1.00 Eaeh subsequent insertion .»««„. 25 Professional cards, one year 6.00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

FROM WASHINGTON The President Revokes Certain Exceptions. Washington, April 6, 1863.—On March 31st the President issued another proclamation, stating that experience has shown that the exceptions made in his proclamation of August 6th, 1861, will embarrass the due enforcement of the act of" February 13th, 1861, and the proper regulations of commercial intercourse authorized by the said act with the loyal citizens of _{he States named. He accordingly revokes the exceptions and declares that the inhabitants of Georgia/South Caroli no, North Carolina, ' _^Tennessee, " Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Mississiopi, Florida, Virginia? except West Virginia, and except parts of New Orleans, Port Royal arid Beaufort, in North Carolina, are in a state of insurrection, and all commercial intercourse must cease which is not licensed, as provided, and all vessels and goods coming from these States, or being sent to them, will be confiscated. Regulations from the Treasury JQepart-1 " ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

THE PILOT GBEENCASTLE: Tuesday Morning, April 14, 1863 EXECUTION OF A MUBDEBEB. The public have just been made acquainted with the criminal character, and execution of CiiAttLES Lewis, at Trenton, N. J., on the 3d instant. The crime for which he was executed was the murder of James Rowand. On the night of Thursday, Nov. 13, 1862, the family of Mr. Rowand were apprehensive that something had befallen him, as he did not come home at the usual hour. In the morning tome of his neighbors made search for him, Ind by and by, the whole populace of Prince too; the town in which Mr. ,R. lived, were its4 nUrte of excitement. The dead body was found in a graveyard, bearing marks of viofottce. Suspicion at once lighted upon Le tis, who had been seen in the village the day previous. Partiea! " started in pursuit, and that afternoon, the 14th, he was arrested at Wortm An's taverri, in Mil la tone and taken to Princeton. The examination that ensued, was against _ihswis, who was then confi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

WAR NEWS Advices from General Quimby's expedition to the 30th ultimo, state that no progress had been made in the reduction of Fort Greenwood. Our forces were5 still in front of the enemy, and there had been considerable skirmishing between the pickets on shore. The rebels were greatly strengthening their works. They have received and mounted more' heavy guns, and are well supplied with ammunition. It is the opinion of well informed officers that our gun-boats will not succeed in taking the fort. The "country along the . _Tallahatchie is occupied by two regiments of rebel cavalry and swarms with guerrillas. The first recorinoissance of Haine ' _s Bluff, by gunboats was made by Admiral Porter. The object was one of reconnoissance only; They proceeded within range of the rebel batteries and fired shots over at them, but the shots were not ¦returned. : From . Nashville _weLhave intelligence that Gen. Mitchell _^ with 350 cavalry, went out on the 6th, onthe Lebanon pike to Gre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

PASSING EVENTS Roads. —The roads still continue to be very bml and in some places are almost impassible. Nkvbr put off till to-morrow the man whom you can do to-d»jr. Exchange is no _robberj. If y,_tt go to a party put your oldest hat on. S. H. Ebt's School will commence on the 20th instant instead of the 13tb, in the Western School House. . . . Ke-enlistments. —It Beems to be the settled opinion, that a majority of the nine month's men will re-enlist afteljthe expiration of iheir present term of service. New Landlord.—Wm_* C. M_^_Nulty, lessee af Hollar's Hotel, took possession of that house on the 1st of April. He comes recommended as a "prince of landlords." J -i ¦ i _^ i ¦ At the City. —Some of our merchants hare been in the. eastern cities purchasing their Spring stock* of goods. Thejrare_; now opeuing good?, aud will be happy to show them to their customtrs and the public. 158th, P. V. —Advices from this regiment, represent that this regiment is enjoying a good deg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

, The BestlWay'to I>_ufe Mofle_^ _Qtftftrt In. :t0_rejstjf77_^he following' •informatio_'n w« _^n 'W_^ in ,pur . columns £or the, benefit,jof, our reader^;, • •. .tai :_Wr _imiKM hil fi d 1 lJ>h^^9fT_, _Mfreh _in_^W One_^of _tha most surprising things in the recent co_'_hveYslon " of g_^enlft_'ck_^oWs' _RWfhe popufkv! Fiv_«. Twenty six per cent. _Governni_^nt lojin |at p_^r_. 'ia the universality of the call. We happened in, yesterday, at'the'bffice'of 3ay'GoolceJ wn'b is the agetif for the sale of these loans, and the conversion of thegreenbficks, and foundhis table literally _covered with or-¦defs and neconfpanying _Srhftsfbr ' aiin ' _dsf all amount*, from five _thousand to it hundred .lhou*i_»nd doll.irs each, and from all parts of the Union. The _Iit<le States of Delaware anil Nfeiv .lersey lire free taK>r«, as are _«il«o Pe_^nsyH _^ nia . Xew_, York and the New England Slates. But. the West is most especially _nn _ucrive inker, as weH_^iHt'ongh ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

EXECUTION" OP SMITH It n our duty to chronicle the execution of another murderer. Our readers will at once perceive that we refer to the execution of Frederick Smith, at Hagerstown r Md., on last Friday, the 10th instant. As most of our readers are fully acquainted with the particulars of this case, we need only make the following brief statement:—Smith , had for several year, s entertained a violent passion for Agnes Tract. He had been married, but it seems never lived with His wife. For the past tWb ye_¥rs previdud to tKe muVcIer, he and ' ' Agnes had almost daily interviews, often in some secluded place, as the parents'of both parties Were_'much opposed to this intercourse. Smith was' frequently reproved1 by h?s father, while Agnes was often subjected to the just but ¦eVere censure of her friends. 'One day in February, 18_U2, onreturning Home from work, he met Agnes on the Smith-Vurg road, and as she was on an errand to a _niters, taking her some rice, he proposed going...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

THE WAR IN" TENNESSEE Cincinnati, April 7.—Dispatches from Murfreesboro'igive the following acconnt of a fight near Snow Hill, on the 2d inst.: " Gen. Stanley, with about 2000 cavalry and Colonel Stanley Mattbews ' s infantry brigade, started to capture Morgan's arid Whartbn's Eighth regiment of cavalry and infantry at Snow Hill. Beyond Auburn they drove in the rebel pickets. The Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry turned the rebel right, while Minty's and Parmon's cavalry brigade, iwithNewell's battery, moved up in frout. The enemy fled • The enemy's pickets were encountered west of,Liberty, and a, considerable force of:rebels was posted on the bluffs on the opposite side of Smith's Fork. They resisted, but were driven back and formed on Dry Fork_», from whence they were again driven. A third ano1 ' stronger line was formed on Snow Hill. The second aad Fourth Ohio Cavalry were sentto the rear and charged, sabres in hand, broke the enemyV line, and the fight ended in the flight...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

From Vicksburg St. Louis, April 9.—The Democrat's special despatch from Young's Point says that several transports, laden with troops, and General Ellet's Marine Brigade, with one iron-clad, started up tlie _^ a,tream this morning. There is no prospect for active operations before Vicksburg for some time. The new canal beinjr cut three miles above here will be eight miles long and empty into the Mississipp i below Warrenton. T-hree dredges and the African brigade are hard at work day and night. Admiral Farragut still holds the river be tween Vieksburg and Port Hudson. The Queen of the Wes_"t is up the Red River Com. Porter and General Grant are recon noitring; up the Yazoo with considerable force

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

Report of Solon Robinson, OF THK NEW YOKE _TltllMTSK. Vl'OX THE VINELAND SETTLEMENT. B^— The following is an extract from the report of Solon Robinson . Esq., published in the New York Tribune, in reference to Vinelund. All persons can rend this report with interest. Advantages of Farming near Home—Vineland—Remarks upon Marl—Soil, its great Fertility—The Cause ©f Fertility—Amount of Crops Produced—Practical Evidence. It is certainly one of the most extensive fertile tract*, in an almost level position, and suitable condition for pleasant farming that we know of this side, of the western prairies. We found some of the oldest forms apparently just as profitable productive as when first cleared of forest fifty or a hundred _iiears aao. Ihe geologist would soon discover thecause of tins 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, showing many ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

VINELA ND. TO ALL WANTING FARMS New Settlement of Vineland. A REMEDY FOR HARD TIMES. A Jiare Opportunity in the Best Market, and Most Delightful and Healthful Climate in 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-JVetc Jersey. It consists of 20,000 acres of GOOD land, divided into Farms of different sizes to.suit the purchaser—raoM 20 acres and upwaiids—:and is sold at the rate of from $15 to $20 per acre for the farm land, payable one-fourth cash, and the balance by quarteryearly installments, with legal interest, within the tern of four years. The Soil is, in great part, a Rich Clay Loam, suitable 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 fruit, such as Grapes, Pears, Peaches, Apricots, Nectarines, Blackberries, Melons and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

m _Offiff of Jay Cookk, Subscription Agtnt, at \ ¦«?« o/Jat Cookk i Co , Banker*. 114 S. 3rd St. / W Philadelphia, March 23, 18G3. RtAR Sir : LYour letter of the 20th _inst. is rcce _' iTed, and I ffll cheerfully give you the information desired by ¦•wering your questions in due order. 1st. These bonds are called " Five-Twenties" be-Eluse, while they are twenty year Bonds_, they may _« redeemed by the Government in GOLD at any fme after five years Many people suppose that _Oie Interest is only 5.20 per cent. This i_» a misbke; they pay Six per cent. Interest. 2nd. Legal Tender notes, or checks upon Phila Icripbia. or New York that will bring'Legal Tenders, kre what the Secretary allows me to receive. No loubt your _»eare»t Bunk will give you a check or Lffil Tenders for your country funds. pd_. The Bonds arc sold at Pau. the Interest to fcmence the day you pay the money. 4th. I have made arrangements with your _nearest link or Banker, who will ge-ierally have the Bonds m hand. If ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 April 1863

Important Arrival! S H. f RATHER & CO, HAVE just received a large assortment of XEW C OO DS, which they will take pleasure in _showing to their numerous customers and others. In Ladies9 Dress Goods, they have Lustres, _fitaclc Silks ,s Delainrs, Cashmeres, Wool Drlaines _, Plaid Mohair, Lavellas_, French Merinos , Coburgs, Debejjcs, ' - CIiOTHS _TOB LADIES' CLOAKS, Shawls, Niibias, Hoods. Soiifags, Hoop Skirts, Balmoral Skirts, Embroideries, Kid Gloves, Gauntlets, Collars, White Goods, Black Crape Veils, Mourning do., _Chcncilln and Fancy Head Nets, Lambs Wool Hose, (cheap), Merino an-d Cotton Hosiery. Ladies' Congress Gaiters , Morocco Boots and Gum Shoes. MENS' _^ WEAR! Black, Blue and Brown Broadcloths, Beaver Overcoating, Petersham do., Cassimeres, Wabash do.. Velvet Cord, Kentucky Jeans. Satinetts, Undershirts and Drawers. Soldier ityiirts, Hats, Caps, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Cravats , Bnrmide Ties, Domestic Goods, and BOOTS & _^ SHOES! FLOOR OJJj CLOTH. WALL P...

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