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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 August 1863

fi o t e I s THE UNION," ARCH STREET * ABOVE THIRD,: _PHILADELPHIA. UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. _Jgg* 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. October 22. 1861-ly.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 August 1863

_Jp i-ofessicmai Caros J AMES M. IRWIN, Attorney at Law, Greencastle, Pa ' _Collections1 _promptly attended lo._^ Office'bri East' Baltimore street1 , one door East of A. L. Irwin & Sou's Hardware Store. April 21, 1863 if. .. SNiyELY STRICKLER Att'y at Law, Chambersburg. Pa., will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted to his care. Office_, at his reside_'iice; on arket street, one door East of the Diamond.' _fi®* He will attend to legal business in adjoining counties. . may 14,'61 '

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 August 1863

4 GENTS wanted to sell Cary's Patent A. 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 p rticulars Address J ' C CA RY, Patentee .Tanl7.'6O-4t. 81 _Naseua Street. SALE BILLS PRINTED HERE, NEATLY 4NP _rWRAP .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 August 1863

WE offer for sale vae very best took Move now in market. The Noble Cook warranted to give perfect satisfaction. Also, Iron Kettles, Coal Shovels and Sifters, Cook Kettles. Ten-plate and Parlor Stoves, of any shape and form. We take old stoves in exchange for new ones. _Gsrwncaetle, Nov. 27. 1860. BAftR & CO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 August 1863

FULTON HOUSE, [late union hotel.] t M'Connllsburg, Penn _'a. JACOB !>ri>O\4I,l>, _PROPRIETOR Boarders taken by the day, week or month. Jan. 8. 1861-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 August 1863

1 Bpleniid article New Orleans molasses ocat _^ f _lZJ_^_ents; ; ¦ >. RILEY _$& Co's. _MlERSONS _wanting Tinware, made of extra hw_^_J Mi Tin, -will _eaye m\,gey by calling _afc

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 August 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 August 1863

BY SYLVANUS COBB, JR 3, ®_oob . .Storn. AN 0 Y'S F K 8 E _M 0 Andy Patterson was a poor boy—very poor ; and it was generally conceded that he had do friends. Andy _'s father had been dead some years, having died poor and degraded. The character of the father had left a stain upon the name of the child, and our hero had to suffer. Away in a miserable hut, by the edge of the wood, where the highway wound out from the town around the foot of a steep hill, lived Andy Patterson, with his mother and three little sisters. The mother was a feeble woman, and as she shrank away from the world, the world knew but little about her. It knew that she was poor _; and that she wore garments patched and faded; and that she did not court friendship;—-and, furthermore, it supposed that she was not worth noticing. Of the children, Andy was sixteen. Sarah was twelve; Harriet was ten ; and Lucy was eight. These three girls were not strong. They had* been born while their father was very intempe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 August 1863

Jeffries' Thousand Sayings 451. The person we generally love the most is the one we see in the mirror. 452. The more ignorant some of us are, the more will we try to make the people believe we are wise. 453. There are many professors who are not half so sorry for the sins they have committed as those they can no longer commit. 454. Every man that finds a nest of golden eggs should be allowed to cackle 6ver them. 455. No people are capable of self government who will first count the cost of liberties. 456. Great and good men art the common property of mankind, as all nations have a share in the wealth of their intellects. 4571 In arguing with a fool you throw away both your learning and eloquence. 458. Every fashion that is useful improve ment should be adopted. 459. To kill one man because he has killed another is the law of vengence, but the law of God says as much to the jury as it does to the assassin—Thou shall not kill. s 460. The man that has become enamored of himse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 August 1863

Original $)oettt>. [for thb pilot.] A MEMORY. BT W. I. BLAIH. Music.—" Then You'll Remember Me." The past! alas, the bitter past, Is living o'er again, , And memory, as a chilling blast, Is rushing through my brain. I sit in sadness here alone—My heart how truly sad—And think of happy days now gone 'Till I am e'enmost mad. I'm with that happy throng again, That groupe so dear to me, And hear them prattle o'er again In all their childish glee. How swelled my heart with lore and pride, As with them day by day, I romped and capered by their side, As childish e'en as they. ¦ I see her, too, that chosen one,— A smile upon her brow—Majestic form—so kind her tone ; Ah, yes, I see her now ! Her arms about my neck are thrown, Love beaming in her eje; A love so pure was never known By any, even I.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 August 1863

ADVERTISING- KATES. " Advertisements will be inserted in tub pilot at the following rates: 1 column, one year $70.00 _\ of a column, one y«ar 35.JQX _\ of a column, one year 20.00 1 square, twelve months 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 — 25 August 1863

THE PILOT IS PUBLISHED EVEY TUESDAY MORNING BY JAMES W. M'CEOEY, (_Xorth West Corner of the Public Square,) _«,_( the following rates, from which there will be no deviation: Sing le subscription, in advance $1.50 Vfithin six months 1.75 Within twelve months 2.00 No paper will be discontinued unless at the option of the Publishers, until all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions will be taken for a less period han six months.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 August 1863

It is remarked that if women are angels, it is a great pity that so many angels' wings are clipped. — * _^ > — They say at death we first begin to livethat we lie down in the grave just to take brpath_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 August 1863

Live with the culpable, and you will be very likely to die with the criminal. uttlc-or-Stfothmcis What did Lot do when his wife turned to salt? Got a fresh one. i m * — Neglected hours, like neglected women, are sure to avenge themselves. < _^ _i i—Truth's supreme revelations come in sorrow to men, and in war to nations. — — «._^i» _fc... 'Tis sweet for love to pay its debt, but sweeter for love to give its gift. _> i_»i_» ——There is room for many things in this large world of God's, but none for vacuums. be a good hunter; she A civet-cat should never loses her scent Don't believe in any aristocracy without pluck at its backbone._^ There are terrible trials from which the feeble come out infamous, and the strong sublime. There are a great many men of tried inability and _convicted deficiency. God needs to be _surelier God to bear with us than even to have made us. We may safely waive just so much care of ourselves as we honestly bestow elsewhere. Ever...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 August 1863

Terrible Calamity at Cohoes The Albany Argus, publishes the following account of a terrible calamity, which took place at Cohoes, one day last week:— About half-past ten o'clock in the morning the shoddy mill of Mr. Richard Hurst, at Cohoes, was discovered to be on fire, and in a few minutes the greatest consternation prevailed throughout the village. - The mill was a large five-story brick building, on each side of which were extensive wooden structures. One of these, whi_,cb was used as an elevator, reached to the ? t6p of the maiu building. The fire, it is said, originated on the lower floor of the main building, and the oily com bubtible material with which it was covered fed the flames with fearful rapidity. Most of the operatives were engaged on the upper floors_, and the flames made such rapid headway that the ordinary means of egress were cut off from most of them before they were apprised of their danger. When notified by the ascending smoke and flames of their immine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 August 1863

T H E P 11, Or I GREENC A STIVE: Tuesday Morning, August 25,1863 THE NEWS. The following is the language of Maj-Gen. Halleck to the agent for the exchange of prisoners :— "It is directed that immediately on receiving official or other authentic information of the execution of Capts. Sawyer and Flynn, you will proceed to hang W. H. Lee and the other Rebel officers designated as herein above directed_, and that you notify Robert Ould, Esq., of the _?uid proceedings, and assure him that the Government of the United States will proceed to retaliate for every similar barbarous violation of the laws of civilized war." Instructions were issued by the Post Office Department that all mail matter deposited in auy post office and addressed to any officer therein, on which the postage is .unpaid and which is not properly franked, must be forwarded to . the .dead letter office. Admiral Porter notifies the captains of steamboats on the Mississippi, that at al_^bints where there might.be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 August 1863

PHYSIOGNOMY To judge of the disposition and qualities of a man by the index of the countenance, is we believe, a universal propensity. Childreu manifest it at a very early period, and the mature adult, indulges in it even sometimes at the expense of his better judgment. That the features of the face indicate the prevailing senti ments of the mind, and exhibit to the eye, the genera] disposition of the heart, we. have not the slightest doubt. Some faces we say, are good and others bad, meaning thereby to express that the amiable and benevolent affections predominate iu one heart, while the reverse obtains in another. Every day's experience con _vinces us, that there is "truth in the face," and however great the effort to conceal the ruling passions of the soul, the expression of the features will, to the practiced eye, indicate the virtues or vices of the individual. We have in our eye now, a man, whose whole conduct evinces a total disregard to the5 laws of houor, honesty ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 August 1863

If you, want job work done, neatly and cheaply or if you want;£o subscribe for a good paper, come at once to The Pilot office. ¦ i _^ ¦ School Books and fhe different Denominational Hymn Books and Bibles, can be had at Mr. Jacob HoSTETTERS. * Let the People See.—Wm. M'Crory has just opened, at his Clock and Jewelry Store, on South Carlisle street, a large and elegant assortment of Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles/ ¦ • ¦ A Remedy for hard times, where people have been thrown out of business, and possess some little means or small incomes, is to make themselves a home. See advertisement in another column of the Settlement of Vineland. _¦ -<_-^^*»-_^i Another Barn Burnt.—During the heavy storm on last Friday evening the barn of Mr. Plow, residing near Upton, was struck by lightning, and with its contents, consisting of bis crop of wheat, oats and hay. All his agricultural implements, two horses and two cows, were burnt. Into the Cavalry.—Several young men from this place ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 August 1863

Death.—Much sickness prevails at present in this community, and we have lost many of our most useful citizens during the last few months. Since the 1st day of January one firm in this town alone, has made over one hundred coffins. Not only the gray haired father and mother, but the light, the gay, the young and beautiful,l _>ave left us forever. Day after day are we called upon to chronicle tlie death of one or more, who have passed away never inore to return. As we arise in the morning the first sound that attracts our ears, is the tolling of the church bells — somebody's dead. Slow rolls the sounds, aad they resound, reaching clear into the heart of the thoughtful; as we pass along the street we hear the busy tap of the coffin maker's hammer. Later in the day and again the bell is tolling; and as we push open the blinds of our sanctum window we seethe hearse followed by its slow mourning procession. That's the last ride, and the passenger will noi come back, the stay aw...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 August 1863

Conversation.—We speak in terms of high commendation of the pulpit and of the press is exercising extensive usefulness. The power vested in these agencies is beyond computation. They occupy the first place of honor and usefulness in carrying forward the world's progress; On the subject of conversation we see little written, and seldom hear anything said ; yet, in point of power as well as general influence, every where diffused and diffus ing, it is, perhaps, second to no other. Often on matters of common concera, weconductour business through agents, or by correspondence; but if we feel a deep interest.in the matter, we will press it by personal influence, which is generally meantthe power of conversation. It is the last, resort in extreme cases, where it is found that other: means have: fail ed, or may fail. Conversation calls out into light what has been lodged in all the recesses and secret chambers of the soul. By occasional hints and incidents it brings old useful notions*...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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