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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 May 1863

Keep a Look Out FOR GEORGE A. BERT'S 33©^ &P&2 _A,_^ J_© _S_5S_®i3 _J5SS_35> East Baltimore street, three doors east' of A. L. Irwin & Son's Hardware Store GEORGE A. BERT takes pleasure in informing 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 tiemeus' and Boys Boots and Shoes, at the shortest notice, and upon the most reasonable terms. He feels coufklent his work will give _satisfaction. Greencastle, April 9, 1861-tf

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 May 1863

HOME JOURNAL FOR 1861 New Sebies.—New Featukes.—New Type. Morris and Willis, Editors. A new series of thiswidtly circulated family newspaper, will be commenced on ihe fifth day of Januarv next—printed on fine paper and new type. Witti the January number _tviU 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 _Annwica.— The first of these is from the facilo pen of a wellknown and highly gifted author, arid is a powerful ly written, startling, mysteriou.. and tisephi intnestinr history of courtship and married life. _This chajrrain

Publication Title: Pilot
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 May 1863

%) 0 t C1 5 " T H E UNIO N /' ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD, PHILADELPHIA. —:o:— _JPT ON S. NEW.COMEB, Proprietor. _H _ggT* 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. _OfitnliPir 22. lRfil-lv.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 May 1863

Professional Cards. -/ TAMES M. IBWIW, Attorney at Law, QW Greencastle, Pa Collections promptly attended to. Office. on East Baltimore street, one door East of A. L. Irwin.& Son's Hardware Store. April 21, 1863-tf. ' _Q1TIVELY STBICKLEE ,Att'y at Law, _O Chambersburg, Pa., will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted to his care. Office at his residence, on nrket street, one door East of the Diamond. g@"* He will attend to legal business in adjoining counties_, may 14, '01

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 May 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 particulars Address J C CARY, Patentee Jan _1 ~ 7,'60-4t. 81 _Nassua StreeU SALE DILLS _PRINTED HERE. NEATLY 4XP r,HEA_1> _,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 May 1863

GET YOUR JOB -- Pit! N ' T IMG ... , ¦ DO N E AT ... Ess- & a & © i?: ©•? s1 a © a GREENCASTLE. FA. Vv _AROMATICK ® A SUPERLATIVE TONIC ,DIURETIC, _^_-— —AND— * IHYiaSRATINa CORDIAL

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 May 1863

FULTON HOUSE, [LATE rXIOX HOTKL. j M'Connllsburg, _Penn 'a. JACOB H'OOSILD_, P_51OP35IETOB Boarders taken by the day, week or month. .Tnn a ism-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 May 1863

A splendid article New Orleans molasses oc_«t ^¦_lzj _sente, RILEY & Go's. PERSONS _wanting Tinware, made of extra _iieavj Tin, will save _niuney by calling at J. W. BARR'i-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 May 1863

A LL kinds of Stoves can be purchased at the establishment of .,.. _, f, J. W. BAiUl, fXOPPER--anti Brass Kettles, of all sizes, for \J sale cheap, at BARK _&_£O_"s.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 May 1863

tittle-or-2uitl)ing0. Men are apt to exhaust every absurd opinion before they adopt a sensible one. in.— _i «_m* — A dull and incessant talker is a tremendous engine of eolloqual oppression. ¦_, f ' |_._»». Ducks and geese shed no tear-drops, but they shed numberless drops of water. A noble thought, embodied in fit words, walks the earth a living being. A guide-board performs the functions very well, considering that it is a blind guide. A viper's tongue is said to be six inches long; a scolding woman's has no end. Many people's heads are like the head of a glass of porter—ail froth. i i _O > m To every old man, his departed boyhood is a Paradise Lost—fuller of poetry than Milton's. • ¦ _~: -— ; : ¦ i _^ i i —; .Over-warm friendships and hot potatoes are generally dropped as soon as taken up. Men don't like to. hang their hearts upon a long female nose ' ; and there isn't room to hang it upon a pug. Men don't like to hang their hearts upon a long female nose and there i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 May 1863

\ X ®_cioi> Story. I* 0R> ¦¦ '¦ HE RESCUED MAIDEN. if* . . •: • " ¦ ¦ BY EDWARD CARROLL. p: in a western wild, environed by trees _femote from any human habitation, stands _le dwelling of the rudest and most priraifconstruction. It is roughly built of unlogs, but an air of comfort and even taste i to pervade the place, ag if some fairy n sport surrounded the spot with all that lUtiful. The rough logs on one end are fletely hidden b y the luxuriant growth'of |6rmous grape vine that mounts * eveti'to «one chimney; the beautiful climbing ffie rose blossoms about the small windows, ¦anus in rich festoons around the humble 0_jay. On the stone door steps stands the |§»but symmetrical form of a maiden; of Ifbre than eighteen summers. She is clad '_^faist or sack of white linen, closely fitting minded form, with a skirt of nicely dressjftrskin, sufficiently short to reveal, a well | ankle and pretty toot. Her complexion ie white, but hor cheeks vie in their rich j||wiHi th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 May 1863

VALUABLE SECRET "Sarah, I wish you would lend me your thimble" ; lean never find mine when-I want .it." ••Why can you not find it, Mary?" "If you do not choose to lend me yours I can borrow of somebody else." "I am willing to lend it to you, Mary.— Here it is." * ¦ "I knew you would let me have it." ' "Why do you always come to.me to borrow when you have lost anything, Mary ?" '•Because you never lose your things, and always know where to find them." ' "How do you suppose I always know where to find my things ?" "I am sure I oannot tell. If T knew, I might, perhaps, sometimes contrive to keep my own. ''This is the secret. I have a place for every thing, it is my rule to put it away in its proper place."; * "Yes, just as though your life depended on it!" ¦ ¦ \ -. _• - __ ¦ -: • - _; • •'Mylife does not depend on it, Mary but my convenience does_^ very much ." "Well, I can never find time to put my things away." "How much more time will it take to put a thing away, in its pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 May 1863

I ©viginal |)octnv I [for the pilot.] ¦be Memory of Simon W. Kupley and I George _Missavy. I BY DIOK. f Hig heart'best in Ms country's cause, I He volunteered to fight; I He died for Freedom's holy Laws, f He battl'd for the right. I When in the bloody battle's fray, I He feared, not Death or Grave; I Through Rebel ranks he made his way, ' P' He died full nobly brave. ' " ' W Beloved by nil, we can but mourn, m. For _Ruplet, brave and true; W He fought for country and for home, His flag—red, white and blue. Sleep on! in peaceful, quiet sleep, ' i We will e'er grateful be; ¦ _t And often will ouftbngue repeat, r ' Thanks, heartfelt thanks, to thee. ' Kjs The one who shared thy joy on earth,, ¦ \ m. N&w weeps in anguish deep :_> \...y _§L No more around the family hearth & . Shall they together meet. W But this she has to cheer her heart) ffl Although he's 'neath the sod: ffl He for his country noble fought, And now lives with his God. m And by his side anothe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 May 1863

A SHORT ANSWER One of the enrolling marshals, the other day received a strong hint from a down town female. Stopping at the lady's house he foun d her before her door endeavoring to effect with a vegetable huckster a twenty per cent, abatement in the price of a peck of tomatoes. "Have you any men here, ma'am?" The reply was gruff and curt—"No." "Have you no husband, ma'am ?" "No." "Perhaps you have a son, ma'am ?" "Well, what of it?" "I should like to know where he is." "Well, he isn't here." f "So I see, ma'am. Pray where is he ?" "Iq the Union army, where you ought to be" The marshal hastened round the corner.— He did'nt further interrogate the lady. A Dutchman looking for a person by the name of Dunn, who owed him a small account," asked a wag near Sweeney's eating ; house where No. 66 was, he "wished to find Mr. Dunn." The wag told him to go to Sweeney's and the first person at the first table was the gentleman he was inquiring for. The Dutchman went in, about as slow ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 May 1863

?' ONLY OWE." One hour lost in the morning by lying in bed, will put back, and may frustrate, all the business of the day. One hole in the fence will cost ten times as much as it will to fix it at once. One unruly animal will teach all others in itf* company bad tricks. One bad habit indulged or submitted to, will sink your power of self-government as quitkly as one leak will sink a ship. One drinker will keep a family poor and in trouble. It may be contended, without danger of successful contradiction, that laziness is the most effeotual labor saving machine that has ever been invented.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 May 1863

_ADVERTISING ~ KATES. " Advertisements will Ins inserted in tuk pilot at the following rates: 1 column, one year..,,_vl,,., „, $70.00 i of a column, one year .„,....„.... 3&J)C \ of a column, one year _, .,,,., 20.00 1 square, twelve months ¦ :._; ..,, • 8.00 1 square, six months , , 6.0€_« 1 square, three months-..,,, 4.0tt 1 square, (ten lines or less) 8 insertions , 1.0ft Each subsequent insertion., 2S _ssjojj _rcnoiscards, one year 5.00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 May 1863

THE PILOT _TCBLISHED EVEY TUESDAY MORNING BY JJAMES W. M'CRORY, I {North _TTest Corner of the Public Square,) Be following ratcB, from _which there will be no ¦hriation: Kle subscription, in advance $1.60 Kin aix months 1.76 Kin twelve months _<m •.— 2-00 K> paper will be discontinued unless at the eption le Publishers, until all arrearages are paid. m subscriptions will be taken for a less period HLaix months. • - .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 May 1863

GREENCASTLE: Tuesday Morning, May 19, 1863 WELCOME HOME. With feelings of unfeigned joy, we proet the return of our brave and gallant soldiers to their borne and firesides, and to the loving embraces oftbo.se endeared to them, from whom they have been so long separated. Possessed of our admiration and regard, when first they lift us ou their hazardous mission, they return to us doubly the objects ot our esteem and respect, on account of their noble deeds in our behalf ; and hard iudeed, would be our hearts, and recreant to every patriotic sentiment and grateful feeling, did we not congratulate themselves and their friends upon tlieirreturn, and extend to _thefti a hearty, whole-souled welcome. When in our countryV hour of danger and o_^_jjloom _^ when not only existed the possibility but the probability of our homes and firesides being invaded- by- Ilebekhordes, and, more than all) Whin * tKe temple of our governmerit seeuied _totierinf_* oil 'its foundation,ind our land ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 May 1863

PROCLAMATION RY THE PRESIDENT _EiraOELMENT. OF ME MILITIA. By the; President, of .the U. Statea of ¦ . ; i ,: :,., : ;;._ Amei'ica. ., ,. ,. _^ ¦ - "Whereas , The Congress of the United States, at its last sessiou_; enacted a law entitled,fa An 'act for _enrdlling and _feaNing out the _liatioaal 'forces, and "for other purposes," _whteh was-approved on the Sd day of'MafcH _iist; ': i' faid _fcJi_^reus, it is 'recited ia the said4 act that 'there now exists! in tlic United States an insurrection and rebellion aga?»st the authority thereof, and it is, under the Constitution of the United States, the duty of the Government to suppress insurrection and rebellion, to guarantee to each State a republican form of government , aoU to preserve tbe public tranquility, Ami whereas , for these hfgh purposes, a military fbrce is indispcnsible_, _|to raise and support which all persons ougbt willing? _; to contribute; * And whrrras_, no service can be more praiseworthy 'and honorable than...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 May 1863

THE NEWS T_,he rumor going on Sabbath evening, that the rebels were in Ciearspring, stealing; horses, turns.out to be,, as . we,.expected, a falsehood. It originated in the brains of, a couple of intoxicated young men of. that place. • ; General .Leeis presumed to be meditating tlie offensive, from the fact that he has detained the Surgeons. and the nurses who crossed with .the ambulances to look after our wounded At the old United States and Banks_^ Eo rds he has placed . . batteries, in position, audit , looks much as if he designed an advance over the Rappahannock, and an attack upon our army. It may be, however, that he himself fear a forward movement on the part of General Hooker. News from the Army of the Potomac represent everything,as quiet. The troops are rest-; •ing and preparing themselves for another encounter . -with the eucmy. All accounts indicate that the morale of the several corps is excellent, and, that the men, are drilling; and are ready to give battle w...

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