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

TkENTISTRY—Dr. H. R FETTERJ3 HOFF, Surgeon Dentist. &_8_~ Office, in his Picture Gallery, on West Baltimore street, and nearly opposite Hollar's Hotel, (up stairs), Greencastle. Pa. Greencastle, Jan. 28,! 63.-ly. CLARK'S SCHOOL VISITOR, VOl, VU . , A DAY SCHOOL MONTHLY. The Visitor will commence its seventh volume _witli the January No., 1863. This is the only Day School Periodical published at FIFTY CENTS A YEAR.' Magazine form. Beautifully illustrated. Readings, Music, Speeches, Dialogues, Stories, Puzzles, &c, &c, from the very best writers. The Visitor has the largest circulation of any Educatioual Journal published. . Now is the time to form clubs for Winter Schools. Sand for a specimen, and see inducement to clubs. Address - ¦ DAUGHADAY & HAMMOND. Publishers, . .. Philadelphia, Pa.

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

MMK. DKMOBEST'S QUARTERLY MIRROR of FASHIONS Great Improvements. THE _SummerJnumber will contain four large and splendid Fashion-plates, three full-sized Patterns, comprising the New French Waist, tern Elegant Sleeve, and a Misses Sack, _together with Bearly 100 Engravings of all t. • j _u_*...tK'k .o.'Summe. Jt> _- mneU, Cloaks, Trimnvn-is, CiAlJ'en'_s _Druses, Ele.f am! valuable informatnn toMilliners _^ _Dress Makers, Mothers and Ladies generally, presenting the largest and best Fashion _Magazine in the World, _punished 473 Broadway, and sold everywhere at 25 cents, or sent by mail post free, on 'receipt of the amount, yearly $1 with the fallowing valtmble premiuift_. Each yearly subscriber *iH be entitled to fire selection of 50 cents worth of piai® patterns, from the design in the book, or from the _srVow room, or they may be ordered and sent by mail any time during the year, by p«ying the postage: Splendid i nducements _toCanvassers. Summer number will be readv on or ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 November 1863

THE SATURDAY MO KITING _^BOST_, The ' best Family Newspaper ,u _WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA, and the only Democratic Union Sheet in Pittsburgh. ESTABLISHED IN 18b4. It contains all the current news of the day, relia hie Monetary, _arket, nnti Commercial reports, and a choice selection of Tales, Poetry. Literary and Scientific Articles, Valuable Statistical information _. Agricultural News. &c. Also— The Latest Telegraphic News. Embracing every important item of News, Foreign and buLnestic. Congressional Intelligence, Legislative Proceedings, &c. TERMS $1 PER ANNUM for a single copy «_v 11 copies for one year for $10. figr- Address . JAMES P. BARR . Editor and Proprietor, Corner Fifth and Wood Sts., Pittsburgh, Pa. J3@"" Send your money by mail at my risk.**?®!!

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

POND'S EXTRACT OP HAMAMELIS, O PAIN DESTROYER. Is 9ne of the few domestic remedies which have come into general use and favor, without puffing.— It is the product of a simple shrub, harmless in all cases, and as a domestic remedy unequalled. For Burns, Cuts, Bruises, Soreness, Lameness, Sprains, Rheumatism, Boils, Ulcers, Old Sores and Wounds, it has not an equal. It is also used, with great success_, for Toothache, Headache, "Neuralgia, Sore Throat. Colic, Diarrhoea, Hoarseness, and other similar trouble some and painful affections, while it promptyv arrests all Hemorrhages. Hundreds of physicians use it daily in their practice, and give it their unqnalL fied recommendation. Sold by our agents and deal ers, and by F. HUMPHREYS &r CO., 562 Broadway, Sole proprietors and maxufactubkrs. May 8,-60, ly.

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

NOTICE- —Along time having now elapsed since the dissolution of the firm of BONNER & M'CRORY, and many claims for Subscription and Advertising still remaining unpaid, the surviving partner, desirous to settle finally with the Administrator of B. 13. Bonner. dee'd, has determined to leave the books of the firm with Justice Rowe that the accounts due the firm may be placed in course of collection by law after the first day of January next, unless sooner paid. _^ JAMES . W. M'CRORY, Surviving partner of the firm of Bonner & M'Crory. April 9, 1861, _ ' ALL kinds of Stoves enn be purchased.at _ffte establishment of J. W. BAxlK. ¦ _- -: - : X' - -_^^m- IJjARLOR and Cook gas Burning Coal Stoves, I_ the latest styles, at -J. W.MRR'j.

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

i) o t e I g . " THE? UNION," ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD, PHILADELPHIA. , —:o:— UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. _flggr this Hotel i_« 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, 18Gl-ly.

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

Professional Cares . ?".<•• . • ¦ >.•• .. •<. ' •<." .. •» . «•>.••.< ¦» . ' ¦ ••'».<•• . •••." <- , _m . . -» . '- .. •> . »-».'• . . •« . <- _> JA.MB3 M IRWIN, Attorney at Law , Greencustle, Pa Collections promptly attended to. Office en East Baltimore street, oue door _lUst af A. L. Irwin & Son's Hardware Store., aV_' I J1,T868 tf. CJ NIVELY STRICKLER ,Att'y at Law, _O Chambersburg, Pa., will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted to his care. Office ¦t his residence, on arkei street, one door East, of the Diamond, _flggr He will attend to legal business in adjoining counties. may 14, '61

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

A G-ENTS wanted to sell Cary's Patent XJL Cap aud 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, ana will meet, with ready sal e _p or p rticulnrs Address J 0 .CART. Patentee .Tan_17.'60-4t. v [8\ Nassua Street , SALE BILLS'PRINTED HERE, NEATLY 4KB CHEAP- 4

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

WE offer for sale • lie very best Cook Stove now in market, The Noble Oook 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. fi#_>MHcastle, Sov. _i7. }8C>l>. J W BAHR

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

FULTON HOUSE, [late union hotel.] M'Connllsburg, Penn'a. JACOB M'DONVI_.D, PROPKIETOB Boarders taken by the day, week or month. Jan. 8. 1861-tf

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

A splendid article New Orleans molasses oc» 12_J -._entf, RILEY &JV_^ PERSONS _wanting Tinware, made of extra hea_^ Tin. will wire _n»v,ef v by calling at J J.W. BARB' *

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

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

_OUjotcc _Moctttj W_^./\*'«»/»\_#_^w»^_k._r<»ig<_v^\jv.»,. _»_w A SOLDIER'S LETTER. Dear Madam, I'm a soldier, and my speech is rough and plain, I'm not much used to writing, and I hate to give you pain, But I promised that I'd do it—he thought it might be so If it came from one who loved him, perhaps 'twould ens«* the blow,— By this lime you must surely guess the truth I fain would hide _. And you'll pardon a rough soldier' j words, while I tell you how he died. 'Twas the night before the battle, and in our crowded tent More than one brave boy was sobbing, and many a knee was bent_. For we knew not when the morrow with its bloody work was done, How many that were seated there, should see its Betting sun. 'Twas not so much for self they cared, as for the loved at home; And it's always worse to think of, than to hear the cannon boom. 'Twas then we left the crowded tent, your soldier boy and I, And we both breathed freer standing underneath the clear blue sky...

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

iWiscellmtcous A Backward Cow Ride. During the Revolutionary War when a corps of the American army was encamped near the borough of Elizabethtown, New Jersey an officer, who by the way, was more of a devotee of Venus than of Mars, paid his addresses to a lady of distinction, whom he was in die habit of visiting nightly. * On a discovery of the repeated absence of the officer, and of the place where interviews with his Dulcina were had, some4 waggish friends resolved to play off a handsome tricK at his expense, which should deter him from a repetition of his visits. The officer, it appears rode a very small horse of the pony kind, which he left untied with the bridle reins over his neck, near the door, in order to. mount and ride off without delay, when the business of courting and kiss ing was over ; and the horse, always remained until backed by the owner without attempting to change his position. On a certain dark and gloomy night, when, the officer had, as usual, gone to ...

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

A Word for Total Abstinence One Sabbath afternoon we were going to church, in company with a very dear friend, Rev. J. Madison Mayall, in the city of Brooklyn, opposite New. York As we walked along the street, passing many beautiful houses, and meeting with flocks of happy children on the way to Sabbath School, suddenly, as we turned into.a narrow street, we beheld a sad sight.— It was a man—somebody's father, perhaps,— and once some fond mother's darling boy,—now a sot, reeling: against the railing on the sidewalk. He was overcome with strong drink. 2. Oh. what a sad condition ! How low the drunkard makes himself, and how miserable —more wretched than the dumb beasts, and more undone than the wretchedest slave. And yet these unfortunate men have warm hearts and loving natures nearly always. Intemper ance loves a shining mark, and destroys the noblest of the race. 3. Dear children of the Day-school, as you pass such a ruined man as this, anywhere, re member the law of love...

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

Tto_* Great _AMERI CAN TEA COMPANY, 51 Versey Street, New York ; qnC(. its organization, hns created a new era in the histo ry of Wholesaling Teas in this Country. They hnvc introduce.! their selections of Teas, and ,rP selling them at not over Two Cenia (.02 Cents) pound above Cost, never deviating from the ONE I'lllCK asked. _Another pec jlinrity of the company is that their - Ta._otkr not only devotes his time to (he selec |ion of their Teas as to quality, value, and parlieular styles' f»r particular localities of country, but he _hfot the Tea buyer to choose out of their enormous ,iotkiuch TEAS as are be.it adapted to his peculiar want), and not only this, hut points out to him the ^^ bargains. It is easy to Pee the incalculable ad-(_iintcige a Tea Buyer has in this establishment over „}! others. If he is no judge of Tea, or the Market, if hi* lime is valuable, he has all the benefits of a well organized system of doing business, of an immense tap _iml, of the judgment o...

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

Don't Break the Sabbath A young man lay tossing from side to side on a straw bed, in one corner of a dark room in a prison. ''What brought you here ?" said one who went to visit, him in his distress.— "Breaking the Sabbath," said he, •" breaking the Sabbath. Instead of going to the Sabbath School, I went, a fishing on the Sabbath. 1 knew I was doing wrong; my mother taught me better; my Sabbath School teacher, taught me better ; my _minister taught me better; my Bible taught me better; my conscience;reproved me all the time I was doing it; but I hated instruction and despised reproof—and here I am in prison. I, did not believe those who taught me and warned me. I had no idea that it would come to this—but here I am. Lost Updone!" But I hear some one say, " What harm can there be in taking a stroll in the woods, or on the hill ? What harm in just _sitting down on the bank to fish ? What harm ! What harm! Why, this: God is disobeyed. He says, "Remember the Sabbath day to keep ...

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

/_# a f\f\ REWARD! for a medicine that flj lUU will cure Coughs. Influenza. Tickling in the Throat, Whooping Cough, or relieve Consumptive Cough, as quick as COE'S COUGH BALSAM. Over Five _Thousand Bottles have been sold in its native town, and not a single instance of its failure is known. We hnve. in our possession, nny quantity of cerlifienifs. some of them from EMINENT PHYSICr AXS. who hnve used it in their practice, and given it the preeminence over any other compound. It does not Dry up a Cough, but loosens it, an as to enable the putient to expectorate freely. Two or three doses will invariably sure Tickling in the Throat. A half bottle has often completely cured the most _stubbohn cough, and yet, though it is so sure and speedy in its operation, it is perfectly harmless, being purely vegetable. It is very agreeable to the taste, and may be administered to children of any age. , In cases of CROUP we will guarantee a cure, if taken in season., No f amily should be without ...

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

A Beautiful Figure Life is beautifully compared to a fountain fed by a thousand streams, that perish if one be dried. It is a silver cord, twisted with a> thousand strings, that part asunder if one be broken. Frail and thoughtless mortals are surrounded by innumerable dangers; whieh make it much more strange that they escape so long than that they almost all perish suddenly at _last. We are encompassed with accidents every day to crush the mouldering tenements we inhabit_. The seeds of disease are planted in our constitutions by nature. The earth and atmosphere, whence we draw the breath of life, are impregnated with death. Health is made to operate its own destruction, the food that nourishes containing the elements of decay ; the soul th;>t animates it by vivifying first, tends to wear it out by its own action ; death lurks in ambush along the paths. Notwithstanding this is the truth, so palpably confirm* ed by the daily examples before our eyes, how little d...

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