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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

titile-or-lXctljings. Envy is destroyed by true friendship as coquetry is by true love. >m i ma it i We love those who admire us more than those whom we admire. The spirit of many men in prayer is only selfishness on its knees. »•-«-<£>-»-_»- The poorest man owns the whole morning, the whole sunset, and all the stars. Accustom yourself to keep secrets. If yon haven't any, borrow your neighbor's. The children of scolding parents are hothouse plants. An industrious housewife spins life a top, and knits like a broken bone. To the bleeding soldier to death, the surgeon should be a staunch friend. — . <¦>._»- — That man can hare little strength who doesn't respect woman's weakness. **-_>-<_&~*~* . Those who are flippant in their abuse of this world must think God made a blunder. : _*m-*._4_&.+-*. Kindness in the heart is like rose-leaves in a drawer, _sweetening every object around. To miss a fortune is nut necessaril...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

X ®_aoi _Storjj. THE MOTE AND THE BEAM. BY T. S. ARTHUR. "My dear," said Mrs. Everharfc, in a voice that was slightly disturbed—"my dear, why can't you be more thoughtful 1" And Mrs. Everhart crossed the room in a hurried manner, and shut the bureau drawer •which her husband had left open. Mr. Everhart did not reply. A moment before, pleasant words were on his lips. Now he _beoatue silent, and the light tf cheerful thought went out of his face. 1 '•If you would only correct these disorderly ways !'' added Mrs. Everhart, in a querulous tone. "It takes full half 61 my time ta put things right after you." ; There was no response from Mr. Everhart. But an observer would have (seen a hardness settling about his mouth. Tie day had opened in sunshine. Mr. and Mrs. Everhart were enjoying the pleasant warmth. \ Suddenly there came a cloud before the sun*, and they were sitting in shadow. Which wa_* to blame?—We go on with our episode in) the history of two lives vainly seeking to ac_...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

Select JjJoctrij. iM " mAREIED TO CHRIST. BY REV. GEORGE LANSING TAYLOR. 0 Jesus, my lover and love, The joy and repose of my breast, The light of the city above, In whom all the angels are blessed. How sweet is thy presence this hour, How dear thy inaudible voice; Thy smile has unspeakable power To make all within me rejoice. What am I, 0 Savior, that, thou Sliould'st come and commune with my heart In whispers so loving and low That nil my misgiving depart ? And I drink in the light of thine eyes Till the depths of my spirit are bright, And my soul in beholding thee lies Transported with awe aud delight. 0 Jesus! ineffable name! Eedeemer! Deliverer! King! The gift, of thy passion I claim_. Thy triumph in triumph I sing; _1 dwell on the rapturous tale Of pardon and holiness given; A ransom that never can fail, My Savior, my hope, and my heaven. Thy blood has redeemed me from death , And washed me from shame and from sin And warmed into bliss by thy breath, I feel a new being...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

There is many a one who no more thinks of carrying his religious faith into his countinghouse than of wearing a life-preserver in bis parlor. _^ <' _« »¦» — It is cheap vanity, that slares into the Bible as some silly face stares on a picture-frame or a window, to use the glass as a sly mirror in which it may admire itself. Frightened misers hide their gold where they themselves cau never find it , and some men have laid up their treasure so dextrouslv in Heaven that their hearts can never get at it. Conversation or intertalking is not often instructive. It is mostly a pastime indulged by tongue-pads who willingly listen to and utter common-place remarks which spare them the labor of reflection. As in public life the Power that wages war with parsimony must make peace with,prodigality, so in private life those hostile but feeble measures -which serve only to irritate our enemies are always to be avoided. — > o > — Theology climbs * the mountain, or clamber...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

¦¦¦¦¦¦II ¦ III I _IWIII F_^ — III ¦ i . _ . - — ADVERTISINGKATES. Advertiseraents will l>e inserted in the pilot *t tli€ following rates: 1 column, one year .- $70.00 } of a column, one year ' .... 35_.0C } of a column, one year 20.00 1 square, twelvemonths.... _, -.. 8.00 1 square, six months 6.00 1 square, three months- 4.00 1 square, (ten lines or less) 3 insertions 1.00 Each subsequent insertion 25 Professional cards, one year , 5.00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

THE PILOT 18 PUBLISHED EVEY TUESDAY _MORNING BY JAMES W. M'CROEY , (North Wat Oorncr of the Public Square,) at the following rates, from which there will be no deviation: Sing le subscription, in advance $1.50 Within six months ¦Within twelve months No paper will be discontinued unless at the option of the Publishers, until all arrearages arc paid. No subscriptions will be taken for a less period I i an six months.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

Court Proceedings.—The following is a ii?t of the most important causes tried at the Jauuary term .¦ COMMON _TLEAS. George. J. Balsly _i»j. Ignatia Harbaugh and Sarah his wife. Assumpsit, for goods sold to Mrs. Hnrbaugh while a minor. Jury could not agree and were discharged by the court. Kimmel for plaint ill'; Reilly & Sharpe for defendant. David McNulty vs. Daniel Gilds. Deceit in n horse trade. This case was on trial as we went to press with last week'8 issue, verdict in favor of Plff. for sixty dollars and costs of suit. Kimniel for Plff., Reilly, Brewer and Sharpe for defendant. QUARTKK SESSIONS. Com. vs. Elias Craig, Larceny—verdict not guilty District Attorney W. S. Stenger for the Com., and Kimmel for the defendant. Com vs. Samuel Miller, Jr. Assault and Battery —verdict, guilty, sentenced to pay a fine of one cent to the Commonwealth, be in the county prison for tbc period of thirty d. _-_^s , pay costs of prosecution, and remain in the custody of the Sheriff n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

The Sinking of the " Hatteras. " • The Navy Department has received official information of the capture and sinking of the United States steamer Hatteras by the Alabama or "290." The substance is contained in the following statement of J. H. Partridge, Acting Master on board the Hatteras, off Galveston:-i At about 3 P. M., on Tuesday, January 11th, a vessel hove in sight, southeast; we were signaled by the Brooklyn to give chase. As she came in sight she appeared to be endeavoring to escape. Just after dark we were able to discover that she was back-rigged and set a topgallant sail. After dark we gained on her fast, and when we got up we found her lying too under steam. We had been at quarters about twenty minutes. As we came up Captain Blake hailed and asked, _f What ship it was? The answer was, "Her Majesty s ship Spitfire. Captain Blake said, "I will send a boat aboard." The boat being called away, I was ordered to take charge and board. Before we went onehalf of the ship...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

POINT LOOKOUT. As this place is of interest to some of our readers who have friends- in the Hospital there, we extract the following from the correspondence of The Presbyterian, (of Philadelphia), prepared by a member of the Christian Com mission :— "This is the most southern part of Maryland. It is a sandy peniusula, separating the waters of the Chesapeake and Potomac, just before the latter is lost in the bay. Previous to the war it was a favorite watering place for Dixie, but six months a<_jo it became the location of the Hammond General Hospital. Iu the beginning of December this contained nearly nine hundred _patients. To these were added eleven hundred from _Fredericksbursr, mak ing two thousand of our brave but suffenn£ soldiers. In this bleak spot there are no visits from mothers, wives, or sisters; nor can the various Aid Committees, so efficient elsewhere, distribute their comforts. This report came to the ears of the Christian Commission. They immediately...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

From the Army of the Potomac. Head-quarters, Army of the Potomac, Jan. 26.—This forenoon General Burnside turned over the command of the Army of the Potomac to General Hooker, who came to the Headquarters Camp for that purpose. As soon as the change became known a considerable number of superior officers called on General Burnside and took their parting leave with many regrets. The following is General Barnside's address to the army:— Head-quarters Army of the Potomac, Camp near Falmouth, Jan. 2G.—General Orders No. 9.—By direction of the President of the United States, the Commanding General this day transfers the command of this army%) Major-General Joseph Hooker. . The short time that he has directed your movements has not been fruitful of victory or any considerable advancement of our lines, but it has again demonstrated an amount of courage, patience and endurance that, under more favorable circumstances, would have accomplished great resnlts. Continue to exercise the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

Meeting of _Conference _^Bst Day.— Monday, January 26th. _DevoiionffllrcisRs by S. Bigham. K | T. S. M'Neil, " of Virginia , CdraL cef Revs. , Hyde, of the Methodist Episcopal gaaDDift of the ' German Reformed churches, _werelBtn advisory ¦) seats. _•«: . i- _Isaiah Baltzell, T. B. Hursh _anffifp_. Eberly * were elected Trustees of OtterbeinJK*ersity loi cate_^ at Westerville, Ohio. _^R Seven trustees were elected for SKfinPVfiipnt : Fund Society of the Conference. (]ffipn»erest of the fund is to be appropriated to tl|_Bi!Of SUper. anualed _ministersi and widows and _cwk _^ of min. isters who are needy.) |h* Adjourned. Wm Prayer by Hummelbaugb. M Afternoox.—Prayer by Weidler. Wmk Itesolutions of thanks were voted aMtfinmner-. land Valley and Franklin Railroads, _^Rje return : tickets ; to the friends of GreencastJSjte vicinity for kindly entertaining _members of, _amty anns at__ ; tending conference,—and to the _G er_^K_{,eformCji brethren, for the use of their churchg_^hp Ordi-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

The Department of _tho Cumberland- Murfreesboro_', Tcnn., Jan. 25, 1863.—As yet I am coin p ;lled to announce everything this quarter as remaining quiet. The Army the Cumberland is still lying in front of Mar r'reesboro', while the enemy are strengthening their positions at Shelbyville are Tullahoma The probabilities are that the latter place will be held only to gain time for still further strengthening the former, in case they are at tacked by our forces before they have completed their arrangements for its defence. The Rebels are reported as being remarkabl active at present. Those who are not engaged upon their works are kept almost constantly on drill and parade. It is no wonder that their men have become thoroughly disciplined, their officers, instead of lounging around taverns and grog shops, are in camp doing their duty In this matter some of our " shoulder-strapped gentlemen" might profit by the example those whom they are sent out to battle against From some time p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

PASSING EVENTS A Word.—All persons indebted to John TV. Reid, for tuition, ¦ will please make settlement w W. A. REID. If you ,want job work done, neatly and cbea or if you want to subscribe for a good paper, co at once to The Pilot office. ' "' —— - _< _a_» > »• _~ — ¦ ¦ Lamp.—A Kerosene Lamp, suitable for store shop, (the property of the Greencastle "Greys can be Lad cheap by calling on W. A. Ueid. —: -~—<- q»_-» — Uew Carrier.—If our new carrier makes a mistakes w« ask our subscribers to let us know, that they may be corrected. ¦ ! * *B_> » »i Thanks.—We are indebted to Hon. E. M'Phi son, Hon. W. M'Sherry, and J. Jacoby, Esq.,; interesting and valuable public documents. Revival—An interesting revival of religion now in progress in the Methodist church. Sevci: persons are under conviction. Communion.—The Sacrament of the Lor Supper was administered in three of our churcl on last Sabbath, viz: The Lutheran, German I formed and Methodist. : — _&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

T HE PI LO T. _GHEE]_SrCASTLE : Tuesday Morning, February 3, 1863. PAY O ADVANCE. Since the times have got so hard, we are forced to call upon our old subscribers to pav their arrears ; and our new ones to pay in advance, as we cannot afford to wait for our money from month ro month, as we formerly did. The value of advance payments cannot be properly estimated by those outside the publishing; business. We will, however, make this offer: Subscribers paying their subscriptions before the expiration of the first month, will not be charged more than $1,50—our usual price. Thus it will be seen, that if subscriptions are paid in advance or within the first month, our paper can be had at the old price. This is certainly fair, nay even generous on our part, since the cost of material has advanced so rapidly. We once more ask our friends and old subscribers, to assist us by extending our circulation. Our patrons may justly expect to find The Pilot conducted in the editorial and local ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

Ambition.—The follow_^ mtiful passage occurs in a private letter wragi have received from a soldier :— _flB •'It is midnight! My _teniOTtiare all nsleep, and lam seated, "solitary|IMl|)tne, '' watching the beautiful red hot _coalsjlffltl are sparkling in our rustic fire-hearth. T\^^iirs ago it was a blazing fire of respectablSMpMnd vigor; but there _remains now nothing b_^C« successively dying away. Occasionally owl if fearful of death, or as if in agoaizing t_^^fescperienced by the chemical changes makes a™gFoto resuscitate itself, and burns with some _visnSici time but its strength exhausted it ceases agBS| t zephyr wafis once more, and for a transient, _iffigpkanother blaze appears. A mill-dew falls, _^^1 it is a coal _* again; anon ! and nothing _burcSji! of asbes remain! How emblematical of _Jitfjip f Ambition kindled by a lncifer of _envy^^mmned by the oxygen of emulation and _dctmsffi pion, as wood by the oxygen of the air. gr;_j_^_wlwases into a fervent blaze. Favorable ci...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

Address of Maj.-G-en. Hooker to His Troops. Headquarters Army of the Potomac, Jan. 27.—The following order has just been published to the army:— Head quarters, Camp near Falmouth, Jan' 26.—General Orders, No 1.—By the direction of the President of the United States, the underdgned assumes command of the Army of the Potomac. ' He enters upon the discharge of his duties imposed by this trust with a just appreciation of their _responsibility. Since the formation of this army he has been identified with its history. He has shared with you the glories and reverses, with no other desire than that those relations might remain unchanged until its destiny should be accomplished. In the record of your achievements there is much to be proud of, and, with che blessing oi G-od, we will contribute something to the renown of our arms and _>the success of the cause. To secure these ends, your Commander will require the cheerful and zealous co-operation of every officer and soldier in thi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

I Infanticide.—On Saturday last, while the confents of a cesspool, on the premises of Mr. _Jous pT 0EL. were being removed, the body of a new-bom but fully developed male child was found. The facts coming to the kuowledgeof Esquire Hammax, who with his usual characteristic energy, had the body removed to his office, where an inquest was held, and a post mortem examination made by Dr. W. H. Botle. The examination showed that it was a clear case of murder. It appears that a silk apron had been partially wrapped into a cord, by the cruel mother, it . is supposed, and tied as tightly around the neck of the child as it could be drawn, leaving a deep indentiou in the flesh, thus producing death b y strangulation. The balance of the apron

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

From Nashville- Nashville, Jan. 29.—A fleet of. twenty-ni transport and 3 gun-boats, the Lexington,' Clair and Brilliant, arrived here this mornir The Lexington, when above the shoals, was ; tacked by two hundred guerrillas, who fir three six-pounders. The boat was struck tht times , but was not damaged. She returned t fire, and shelled them from their positioa T fleet was not interrupted. The gun-boats, with eight unloaded steam< left for Clarksville at six o'clock this eveni The river is at a stand, with ten feet of ws on the shoals.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

i Minister Dead.—W|^fie ;_ied record the ifdeath of Rev. Jacob Wn._ftf J.W., some years i;ago, was employed as a clefepn _Guitxkr's store, ¦jin this place. After leaving&lieie went to Ohio, jand entered one of the Miegin Ohio, where, _jnfter a course of study, h«j||e]cd to enter the _^ministry of the church—U_^_ffii _sthren in Christ J—of which heTrasaconsistttraatxemplary mera-; ber. His health was bad, |_iffl|. ohis account he was unable to preach little nim% la a year or two He died at the residence of _flipr , in Chambersburg, last Tuesday. fflm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 February 1863

The Expedition against "Vlcksburf Chicago, Jan. 29.—A special dispatch f Cairo says that information has been recei that the United States troops under Gem McClernand had landed on the mouth of Yazoo, in full view of the ciry. Two brigades were engaged in opening famous: cut-off when our informant left The river is now bank high at Vicksbi General Grant left Memphis,on Tuesday, below, with one division.

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