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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

PERS ONS _wanting Tinware, made or extra heavy t-Tin, _triUrsave n_^ney by eaHing at-r - * >- " * J. W BARBV 4 spleniid article New Orleans _moiaecss oc_«t F\. 12,} _?cnt&, HILEY £ Co_'ft.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 February 1863

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

_\K (Boob _bt0ri}. SISHOP SIMPSON'S ADDRESS, Delivered at the Academy of Music, Philadelj>/<t_«, he/ore the First Anniversary of the C. S. Christian Commission. On the evening of the 29th alt., an immense lumber of people—citizens of Philadelphia _ind delegates and visitors from all the loyal Itates—met in the Academy of Music, Philadelphia, to celebrate the First Anniversary _peeting of the.-U. S. Christian Commission.— Sko. II. Stuart, Esq., Chairman of the Comnission, presided, and after making some relarks, introduced Rev. Dr. Robert Patteron, of Chicago, who delivered an able address n behalf of the Commission. The Philadelphia Pi'eil>yterian says:— On the conclusion of Dr. Patterson's speech, ifrhicli brought most vividjy to mind.some of he terrible sufferings and hardships endured iy our noble soldiers on the field, Mr. Stuart ntroduced to the audience the Rev. Bishop impson, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, s " one distiuguised in the Church of C...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

\ Select |)oetrm ]; -NAME IN THE SAND. !> BY 0. D. FBENTICE. Alone I walked on the ocean strand, A pearly shell waB in my hand, I stooped and wrote upon the sand My name, the year, and day; As onward from the spot I passed, ', One lingering look behind 1 cast, A wnvrt came rolling high and fast, And washed my lines away. And so melhought, 'twill quickly be, " With every mark on earth from me ! A wave of dark oblivion's sea, Will sweep across the place \ "Where I have trod the sandy shore Of time, and been to me no more; t Of me, my day, the name I bore, To leave no track or trace. And yet with Him who counts the sands, _, ' _, And holds the water in his hauds, |. I know a lasting record stands, _f Inscribed against my name I Of all this mortal part has wrought, f ' Of all this thinking soul hath thought, And from these fleeting moni«bts caught, For glory or for fame.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

ADVERTISING KATES. • — -tm _» m Advertisements will ho inserted in the pilot at the following rates: 1 column, one year...... $70 00 \ of a column, one year 35.06 _J of a column, one year 20.00 1 square, twelve morfths ; 8.00 1 square, six _monthi 5.0B _ 1 square, three months • 4.00 ~ 1 square, (ten lines or less) 3 insertions...... 1.00 Each subsequent insertion 2J Professional cards, one year.... 5.0C

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

the: pilot IS PUBLISHED EVEY TUESDAY MORNING BY JAMES W. M'CBORY, (North _Wett Corner of the Public Square,) it the following rates, from which there will be no deviation: Single subscription, in advance ••.•••. $1-50 within six months 1-75 _ffithin twelve months 2.00 No paper will be discontinued unless at the eption \t the Publishers , until all arrearages are paid. No subscriptions will be taken for a less period _ban six months.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

J ' _i well-known American citizen says that he _irnderstands " nearly all living tongues." We know some very lively ones that he would be apt to find incomprehensible.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

The _cho_#s of a woman's heart should, like a wind-h ff> he sweetly musical, but not, like a windl_^r P g_*Te out its kisses and love-tones to aH *_$iods alike. -M - - - - —

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

Let a new star be discovered—anotner diamond upon the frontlet of eternity and unborn millions are inheritors of glory of its knowledge

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

Young ladies rarely kiss each other except when there are gentlemen to see, them do i(j,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

THE WAR ON THE MISSISSIPPI News from Port Hudson. Memphis, Feb. 15.—Advices from below state that the Rebels at Port Hudson are comriiunicating with the Gulf by way of Atcha falaya river. The Queen of. the West, as soon as she is repaired, will interrupt that movement. i: One .million bales of cotton are below Helefla, awaiting General Grant's permission to ship _«lidui. " " Geherar Sh<?rnian is waging a ridiculous crusade against the press, but it will prove fls_^le'ss. _; •ft Cairo, Feb. 17.—A party of guerrillas fired iff«6 the1 fara Dick.Fulton, at Cypress Bend, tod killgdseverat of her crew. She was tow 2 ing coaljj1 atid would hare been captured, but was _sSv_^d by the giin-boat Rattler. Another Gun-boat Passes the Batteries * ; at VickstSurgJ ' Cbicago r Febi'18.—A special despatch'from Memphis, dated yesterday, say that the new Monitor guo-boat _Indianola ran the blockade at _Vickfcburj;'on Friday night. i' In spite off tb_' e precautions taken, the Rebels d...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

Visit of tlie President to the Fortifications in Virginia—An Experiment and Explosion. Taking advantage of the exceedingly pleasant,, weather of yesterday, we rode over into Virginia, and visited several of the numerous defensive works there. On our return, we thought we discovered something of a noval character. It appeared like a new work in a new place, and presented a formidable appearance. Seeing a number of carriages, and some thousand or two people, citizens as well as sol-, diets, in the vicinity, all looking, with groat interest, at some object directly in front of them. Our curiosity was excited to ascertain the cause which had drawn together so large an assemblage of our citizens. Arriviug on tbe ground, we. soon learned that His Excellency the President, was, ther.e, accompanied by the Secretary of ,W._^r, General Heintzelinan, General Barnard, General Abercrombie, and many other officers of less note. Before we had time to pass the compliments of, the day to our f...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

_BETTER _PROJi THE ARMY JIeadquarters Fifth, Abmt Corps, ) February 16, 1863. j Dear Pilot :—The morning is so pleasant, and all nature so joyfuj, that I cannot refrain from sending you greeting. On Saturday night we suffered another severe storm, accompanied by rain. In consequence thereof the roads are again impassible, save by six stalwart mules _attached to an empty wagon. Any thing like moving heavy'artilleryis altogether impossi ble ; and the probabilities are of a protracted sojourn, by the Army of the Potomac in its present location. The attention of every one here is attracted towards Charleston and Vicksburg; and not a few interested ones pay some attention to the doings of certain State Legislatures. As news is wanting, we will append a poetical attempt of our ' own. This species of authorship'is altogether at Variance with our style;' and we expect the subject to recommend it to the perusal of your readers, rather than any merit in the production". As the age of ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

; _, A Chase, _aftqr. a Suspicious Individual. —A fell 9_^ entered J. M Bradley & Co's Store, Mercersburg, on last Saturday, and being recognized as one seen'iti_1 thai neighborhood, under suspicious circumstinces,- measures were at onoe set on foot to procure his arrest; but before an officer could be got,.he left town. He was soon pursued by Constable Wolf and Mr. Bradley. They caught up with him on the long hill this side of the Conococheague toll-gate. The Constable ordered him to 8top, as he was his prisoner, but the fellow retorted Sharply, that "He was a _TI. S. officer," and here upon drew, a pistol anji pointing it at the officer, (who, ' with his coMpaniqn, had no arms,) and by _driviing off very _rajpidlv, prevented the arrest being mnde._^ Reaching,this place, he passed through the western arid soutnern streets at a 2 40 gait, and was followed as_'closely! as the'jaded animals of the pursuers would permit. The cry of " Horse Thief,' was sounded, and soon citi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

Rebels at Culpepei*.Court House Washington, Feb. 2, 1863.—Scouts report that Colonel Fritz Hugh Lee is at Culpeper Court House with two thousand cavalry. His pickets are thrown out nine miles to Hazel river, on the road to Warrenton and to the Rappahannock river, on t _j he Orange and Alexandria Railroad. No Rebel force, of any kind, is now north of those two points, except White's farmer guerrillas, in the Shenandoah valley and near Leesburg. Resignation of Gen. Cameron as Min - ister to 'Russia. The President has received a letter from Gen. Cameron, resigning his position of minister to St. Petersburg. C. M. Clay His Successor-Cassius M.'Clay .having been feappointed, will1 receive his instruction's,-and proceed at once'to St. Petersburg.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

Magazines for March.—Arthur's Home Magazine contains a beautiful ft eel engraving—"Take _sCare." The charming stories, "Face to Face,1 ' ''Out in theAYorld," _fHpme Teaching," etc, wiJl certainly find matay readers. _Godky is attractive as ever. The principal engraving, "The expected Lefter," is splendid. The ladies only can appreciaie the superb fashion plate. They will nl3o admire the M 'New Sewing Machine." Readers fond of romance, wiil read with interest ••.Tire Expected Let.t,er," while the more humorously inclined, will relish. _^ "Letters from Aunt Betsy Broomcorn." Mothers and young _ladies should, by all means, read theCHapter prepared by Dr. _Wilson, the medical writer of this magazine. '• ' - . . , ¦ , - '] m f _a»^L— ^—

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

Three Vessels; Captured by Pirates. •New York, Feb. 19.—Vague information has been ' _r iceived by an " arrival at Boston to day, that the bark .Golden Rule of New York for AspinwaM_, was captured on the 26th ult., uear Caps Tibnran. The Captain and crew were landed at St. Domingo City. Also that the brig Chastelairi, from Guadaloupe for-Ginefuego, was captured on the 28th3 off Altare'tta. The _xsrew were.saved and also _landfd at, St: Domingo City The schooner Hanover was captured on the 31st ult., off Cape Haimult, by the pirate Retribution* The presumption is that they were all taken by the same rebel vessel. k_. SECOND. DESPATCH Boston, Feb. 19.—The _Chastelain it is ascertained, waSr burned on the 27th ult., off Altaretta rock by the pirate Alabama. Capt Semmes took out all the nautical instruments and 6800 in goldr . Her crew was lauded at St. Domingo. The Alabama also 'captured arid burned \>n the 26th ult., the Golden Rule, off cape Tibu ron_« The sbhboner ITa...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

Marriage _Lieebses.—A petition is in circulation in this neighborhood, for the purpose of getting the Stale Legislature to establish n system of Marriage Licenses, which ,has been done by all our States. The petition does not state the amount of the proposed-license. We believe, in Ohio and Indiana, each marririge certificate license costs one dollar and fifty cents. All right, young bachelors and old bachelors. Begin the connubial race by assisting the Government.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

Ye Conscripts.—We guess, on account of the Conscription bill before Congress, that there will be any number of'"halt)'la ' nio'and blind" to be seen. No doubt rheumatism: and/ all the diseases, which will exempt one* from {' military duty will- be quite prevalent in the North for some mpnths to come.— ,We haven't made up our mind whether we will plead " mentally, morally, or physically incompetent."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 February 1863

Wild Currency.—A great deal of the paper money in circulation here, consists of notes from all parts of ' the Slate, and-many of . these are issued bj the weakest banes in tlie Commonwealth. Much of this " stuff"' is put out by the "Bank of Chambersburg," which concern is trying to draw in all of its own circulation.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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