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

Professional _€aros JAMES M. IRWIN, Attorney at Law, _Greencastle, Pa Collections promptly attended to. Office on East Baltimore street, one door East of A. L. Irwin & Sou's Hardware Store. April 21. 1863 tf. SNI V ELY STRICKLES _,Att'y at Law, Chambersburg, Pa., will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted to his care. Office at his residence, on arket street, one door East of the Diamond, fl@?* He will attend to legal business in adjoining counties. may 14, '61

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

A GENTS wanted to sell Gary's Patent il Cap and Breast Laatern. To those furnish ing satisfactory references, a liberal salary and expenses will be paid. The article is needed bj every farmer and mechanic in the country, and will meet, with ready sale For p .rticulars Address J C CARY_, Patentee Jan 17 'RC\-4.t 81 _Nnssua Street.

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

WE offer for sale i _ae very best Cook Stove 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. _Grwncastle_, Not. 27, I860. BARB & CO, \_r _»'lAiU.'] 'M<Jl± Ifb W A SUPERLATIVE TONIC,DIURETIC, _IKYBRATINK CORDIAL

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

FULTON HOUSE, [late uxion hotel.] M'Connllsburg, _Tenn'a. JACOB n'DOKiLD, PROPUIF/_TO ** Boarders taken by the day, week or month. Jan. 8. 1861-tf

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

A splendid article New Orleans molasses _ocat 12$ « .ents, RILEY & Co's. _WJERSONS _wanting Tinware, made of extra heavy ML Tin, will saTC mv«ey by oalling at-J.W.BAEB'«.

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

SALE BILLS PRINTED HERE, NEATLY AND _nnxAP

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

21 ®oo& Storn ONE KIND OP EMBEZZLEMENT BY SYLVANIJS COBB , JR John Perkins and Silas Tower were walking in company._« It was morning, and they were on their way to business. Perkins was a young man—perhaps eightand twenty; and Tow _^ er was approaching the middle age. "Ah," said Perkins, in a tone of fretful ness, "here conies Matthew Baldwin." The person thus alluded to was at that moment crossing the street, and as he reached the sidewalk he stopped i.n'frorit of our two friends. He was a rough-clad, brown-faced man, with a frank, open countenance, and he earned his bread by hard work from day to day. "Good morning;" said Matthew Baldwin. Perkins and Tower returned the salutation. "Mr. Perkins," pursued the laboring manj with a show of nervousness in his manner, "could you make it convenient to let me have a little money this morning ?.'' "I declare, Matthew, you have hit me in a most unfortunate time," replied John Perkins, laughing. His laugh was a busiuess lau...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

[FOR THE PILOT.] THE REBS IN G ; OB, INCIDENTS OF THE INVASION BT _HUDIBBAS. [CONTINUED FROM NO. OP AUG. 1OTH J 'Twns on a mottling clear and bright, The robs had left the previous night; And on the ' streets were knots of men, Grouped here and there _dismissing them. Somewhere before the Union House, Stood eight or ten—one with a blouse; Who in the army once had been, And " lousy rebs" before had seen. With vauntings loud, and loud bombast, About his valor andThe vast _Experience be before had had With rebels, war and things as bad, He then began attack on those Who left when rebels bellicose Approached ttie town "I laughed," said he, "When first the rebs did come, to see The men and women, black and white, Skedaddle out of town and sight! There's C . I thought that he would die, Through fright and fear and misery J If he could once a battle see He would not scare so easily." "J -, where were you two weeks or more ? You must have run pr kept in-door." /run away from rebels!...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

nttk~o.r-_^othuias It is said that night air is injurious to health What other kind can we breath at ui_^ht. To be careful is the true way to guard against care. If you are not happy, marriage may untie the not. ' ¦ » _» > — ' Revenge is much more punctual paymaster than gratitude. —^»_-<.^^>-^— The most troublesome fools arc those who have some wit. m > m_» » m — A youDg euchautress may ia time come to be called ao old witch. Errors loves to walk arm in arm with truth to make itself _thought respectable. The fire of _geniuvS_, however brilliant, seldom has power to warm the hearthstone. ¦ i i_^ i » Be pure bat not stern ; have moral excellencies, but don't bristle with them. — < _«_g n. f Faith, like a feather-bed, is generally improved by an occasional shaking up. In the affairs of love, the loDgest experience is the greatest disqualification. Truth bears the stamp ot no man's name; ifc is God's own coin. Fools are the worst of all ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

¦ Many women think of _nothing but dress.— To them the horizon is but the blue crinoline of creation. _«i < ¦ q_» > m The world's experieuce preaches in vain every man thinking himself an exception to all general rules If God bestows upon you the terrible gift of genius, accept it thankfull y, but with fear and trembling. The apr.jn-strings of an American mother are of india rubber; her boy belongs where he is wanted. He who reforms himself has done more towards reforming the public than a crowd of uoisy patriots.¦ i _^ , i —; It takes a very true man to be a fitting companion for a woman of genius, but not a very great one.. — _« _^ > i. — The philosopher takes his track by observation ; the man of genius and the wild goose trust to an inner sense. When a strong brain is weighed with a true heart, it seems like balaueing a bubble against a wedge of gold.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

Two Swimming Jokes.—A gentleman went in swimming lately, and while _performing his ablutions, somebody stole his covering, and compelled him to sit behind a lumber pile till near midnight, when he ventured to scud home as a modei artist. "Miss Brown, ain't you afeard that your boy will "get drownded _goin in swimmin' so much ?" "Well, Miss Smith, I shouldn't wonder, for he's just rogue enough for that."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

_f£US EVBEANCE T H E P I I, O T. GREENCASTLE : Tuesday Morning, Sept. 1,1863. Perseverance is of the greatest importance. The successful prosecution of any profession, business, or art, requires _persevering attention and labor. It is of the same utility in condu sting; the multifarious affairs of this life, as the rudder is to the mariner in a voyage across the ocean. That enables him to keep steadily on his coarse,—to take bhe*full benefit of favorable breezes, and contributes essentiall y to the success of the voyage, and to' a safe arrival in the desired haven. Every individual that steps upon the theatre of active life, ought to have an object itr view, sufficient to call forth his greatest energies, and for which he can summon to his aid the requisite degree of persevering attention. If he cannot place his eyes upon any such object, he should never step forward to play a part before the multitude, but should, with great propriety, keep silent behind the scenes. We cons...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

THE NEWS The notorious guerrilla Quantrell, from Missouri, entered Lawrence on the 20th inst., and sacked the town and brutally murdered nearly 200 citizens. The list of wounded numbers above one hundred and eighty, a majority of whom were killed instantly. The names cannot be given uow. From the ruins of the burned houses the charred remainsof other victims are beingtakeo. But one hotel is standing. Quantrell having spared it in ' consequeuce of his having made his home there some years since without expense; its proprietor, however, was shot. The citizens were killed instantly, most of them in their houses with their wives and children clinging to them, while the murders placed pistols to their bodi is and shot them. In one case the guerrillas drove twelve men into a house and shot them, and then burned the building. The fiends stood on the banks of ,the river and fired into the people, killing and wounding scores. Twenty five negro recruits w_«re shot. The banditti took...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

_PASSINGS EVENTS, &C A heavy force of Union cavalry have been for some d_;i3's, encamped in the vicinity of Hagerstown. Attention is directed to the notice of dissolution nf tl.« firm of J. W. BABR & Co. Two young men were conversing about the easiest mode of death. One said " he would like best to be pleased to death.".— _» _q» » — Wk would be pleased if those of our subscribers who are in arrears to us for Subscription, would call and settle, as we need money badly. " If you want job work done, neatly and cheaply or if you want to subscribe for a good paper, come at once to The Pilot office. ¦ _. _^ > m School Books and the different Denominational Hymn Books and Bibles, can be had at Mr. Jacob HnSTKTTEBS. Glad to Know It.—Th«» town authorities have taken steps towards improving the condition of the strtets. It will require considerable time to finish the work as it ought, to be done. The greatest, drawback now, is the want of hands. If a sufficient ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

Besult of the Draft.—Upon last Thm,d_», the day set apart, were drawn the drafted men / quired from Antrim township, and North nnd Souti Wards of _tfie Borough of Chambersburg _^ finishing up Bedford 3ounty, about half past „;„, o'clock in the morning, the wheel, hig with _desiiu, was turned on Antrim. A respectable _delegaiioj from this township was in attendance. After _i_[ proper announcement that there were 487 ballots is the box, and that 146 would be drawn, the cro»,j waited in suspense for a few minutes, when it( en-bandaged man picked out the dreaded _enreW —it was opened, and the first name called out j n clear _roice by the Commissioner, was Paul HaM. man. He was known to few, and is, we believe, ( German not yet naturalized. Other names *(r» drawn in the order in which they stand. Occasion. ally there were bursts of laughter, especially if tl« drafted man happened to be present. Out of tin number there are 16, who nave been in nine month1 ! volunteer service, 3 in the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

Married.—Our old friend and contemporary typo—John Boggs%ykrs—ia the hope (we hope not delusive) of increasing his terrestial joys, has united himself for life—"for better or for worse," to one of, Antrim' s fairest daughters. The most interesting and important, and withal the most -opposite of all sublunary institutions, is that of marriage; and _vre hope Boggs has well considered these things. In his usual thoughtfulness, Boggs sent us some of the cake and—shall we say it ?—wine. The Devil, Foreman, Editor, and all, partook of these good things. The first, in a toast, suid— " May John Boggs and his better half, enjoy a long and happy life, and at no time may it be marred by the remotest domestic contention." To this sentiment we all heartily subscribe, in the language of poetry. From this day forth in peace and joyous bliss, May they, live together,long without " debate ; Nor private jars, nor spite of enemies, May shake the safe assurance of their states.: ¦ ¦ . ¦ , ¦: .. . ¦ ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

Horse Stealing.—Some people, now-a-W' seem to entertain very loose ideas about the rig ^' of property; Anything "lying;.around loose "|! very apt to find a guardian. Mo _venire articles »" sometimes whisked off in a mysterious manner.'' Horses are, however, the most precarious kino « property. Nearly every night some farmer is * lieved of one or more. The loss is felt more keen V since so;many persons lost their stock by the reW not long ago. This state.of things is not _confin alone to our own community, but js spread all sl° the Border. In many ef our exchanges, we fin"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

Report of Solon Robinson, OF Till; NKW YUUK TKIBl'NE, UPON THS VINELAND SETTLEMENT. Si&F Tlie following is an extract from the report of Solon Robinson. Esq.. publiahed in the New York Tribune, iu reference to Vineland. All persons caa re d this report with interest. Advantage. " of Farming near Home—Vineland—Remarks upon Marl—«oil. its great Fertility—Th_« Cause ef 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 w**lern prairies. We found some of the oldest farms flpparently just as profitable productive as when first citurtd of forest fifty or a hundred years ago. The geologist would soon discover the cause of this continued fertility. The whole country is a marin* deposit, and all through the soil we found evidence* of calcareous substances, generally in the form of indurated calcareous marl, sho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

VINELAND. TO ALL WANTING FARMS New Settlement of Vineland. A EMEDY FOR HARD TIMES. A Rare 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 Slate of New Jersey. It consists of 20,000 acre? of GOOD land, divided into Farms of different sizes to suit the purchaser—from 20 acres a.\d upwauds—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 term of four j'ears. 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 othe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 September 1863

FOUN D.—A Cotton Two Bushel Bag. marked C. W. Eyster & Co.. and containing a few shot holes, was found on the 11th of August, in my lot adjoining town. The bag contained Thirty two Ears of Corn—unhusked. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take it away. I hereby warn all persons from walking or tresspassing on my property. Any person or persons seen on my premises hereafter, will be dealt with according to law. WM. H. BRdWN. Grecncnstle, August 18, 1863-3t. WELLS COVERLY. DAVID II. HUTCHISON. C OVERLY & HUTCHISON Have become the Proprietors of the UNITED STATES HOTEL, near the Railroad Depot at HARRISBURG, Pa. This popular and commodious Hotel has been newly refitted and furnished throughout its parlors and chambers, and is now ready for the reception of guests. The traveling public will find the United States Hotel the most convenient, in all particulars of any Hotel in the State Capital, on account of its access to the railro...

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