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

Terms Reduced to Old Prices !-Goders Lady's Book for 3864. — The publisher of Godey '_s Lady's Book, thankful to that public which has enabled him to publish a magazine for the I"*' thirty-four years of a larger circulation than any in America, has made an arrangement with the most popular authoress in this country—Marios Upland, Authoress of " Alone," "Hidden Path," " Moss Side,", " Nemesis." and " Miriam," *1»° will furnish stories for the Lady's Book for 1864 — This alone will place the Lady's Book in a literary point of view far ahend of any other magazine.— Marion Harland writes for no other magazine.— Our other favorite writers will all continue to furnish articles throughout the year. The Literature is of that kind that can be rH<* aloud in the family circle, and the clergy in immense numbers are subscribers, for the Book. Godey's immense Double Sheet Fashion-Pl»te5 ' containing fvomfive to seven full length Colored fashions on each plate. Other magazines give only...

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

'? BETIRI3SiG> PROM BUSINESS." If fhe ; re is anything for which a veteran _merchant; is peculiarly, _unflt, it is retirement. So long _aa the mind and body retain their vigor let him cdutinue to mingle in the business world. It is his element, and nothing else can supply its place. He may be more than rich enough—a millionaire, but no amount of money can make idleness a blessing to a busy-minded man. He may say to himself"I have made enough." He may_^thiok. that to persevere in adding to his already superabundant wealth will look like greed. Or he may,fancy, that _q$. , has,,done his part in the toil and labor of the world; that he requires rest and quiet; that , it would be pleasiint to enjoy exemption fr _. om care and responsibility, and to have his time at his ovfn disposal. But the chances are that he could not be happy without labor and excitement, and that 'the leisure he covets would bang heavily 6a his hands. 'We refer here to the strictly business man, whos...

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

Singular, Case in Montreal A sjpgularly dangerous and _. _unjawful act was recently perpetrated in this city, by which a British' subject was in broad day light, in doe of the most public streets, seized without warrant or authority, and by threats of personal injury, by means of loaded sticks in the hands of ruffianly kidnappers, forced into a cab aud driver, rapidly'to the St. Lambert wharf, conveyed ou board the ferry-boat, thence into the cars, hurled'of with railroad speed to the United States. The victim of this hi<?h hand ed act is W. J' Louis Redpatn.a British subject; fofmelry a resident of New York, and recently employed in the commercial Agency of this city. In the cab and in the boat the kid riappers cautioned Redpath against making any noise, showing him as their warrant a letter purporting to' be signed by Mr. Giddings, American Consul-General, authorizing them to apprehend two ruehy ' named respectively Louis and Burke, and convey them to the States, pr...

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

Very sad, but sadly true, is the following fearful incident, which occurred not long since at a cemetery not far distant from Wheeling, Virginia': _> Theodore, S bright boy of thirteen, had died. His brother; Hanson, but five years of a«rej seemed to' regard his death as a commonplace affair, and1 all attempts to Touse him up to a consciousness or seriousness on the _subject were vain. He seemed unchanged—-unmoved. The funeral cortege reached the grave : the soletria burial services were read; and the old sexton commenced the work of covering the remains, but no sooner had the first lump of clay fallen upon the sounding box than little HanSj who stood regarding the impressive ser vices without a sign of emotion, suddenly raised himself to his full height and, with clinched hands and a look of defiance that seemed fearful, he exclaimed, in a shrill voice _arresting instantly the attention of all. "Old many stop ! I'll kill you if you cover my broth er in that dark hole!"...

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

. .<< _expori mrnt .t tobacco may be of benefit to some of our _,„ , ' I He prepared _nbotit _(_tto _ncres nnd a l,n_]f r,f v ' I ground, upon the farm of Mr. J. R. Wit Mf;! , } , ~ I mile en._«_t of town on the Brown' s Mill _ro_^ j " _^ I beginning of June last he set out his plan>. ' . '' I rows, a],a] f ' ¦ apart. The plants consisted of the fal!n_*in? y ' I eh ' es. viz : Connecticut, Pennsylvania . V\Ta;n; ' " I . were So &s ( ¦ allow the leaves to grow large. The labor n^} I ed in hoeing, etc., _wns equal to Ihe daily i,_v_, I two persons during the three months or more of o I tobacco season. The first crop was cut nff ,1 I ground in the latter part of August: and wlien _,] '" I it will make about 4000 lbs. The tobacco is of Te ' I good quality. ' I The second crop was easily worked, and t,lrn I out tolerably well. The whole, however . _mai]e «eT I eral hundred pounds. Seasons when the frosty j I not come early, the second crop can be made to n ...

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

Rebel Deserters.—A great many rebel deserters have'been taken through this place since the 1st of October. Ragged, tired, worn out, nnd disappointed aud deceived, these men came across the Potomac, aud gave themselves up to the Federal authorities. It. is not long since,;as we were informed, that a squad of about twenty rebel cavalry, mounted aud with all their, equipments, came iutu Hagerstown, and gave themselves up. At first, as they rode furiously-, the citizens were somewhat-excited, thiuking it was the advance party of auother set,of '_^raiders." This is the way we want them to come back into the old Union—surrendering themselves and all their arms, acknowledging their errors, and swearing allegiance to the United States. Since the above was written, a small squad of seven of these deserters, were taken through to Chambersburg, under a guard of two Connecticut soldiers. This partj* were from Viaginia_, and had been impressed into the rebel service about two mouths ago, und...

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

Thanksgiving Hymn.—The following hymn, from Dr Boardmau's " Selection of Hymns," is admirably adapted -for. the services of the approaching Thauksgiving Day :— .•• •¦¦ Praise to God, immortal praise, For the love that crowns our days; _Bounteons Source of every joy, Let. thy praise our tongues employ; All to thee. O God, we owe, Source whence all .our blessings flow. All the blessings of the fields, All the stores the garden yields, Flocks that whiten all the plain, Yellow sheaves of ripened grain: Lord, for these our souls shall raise Grateful vows and solemn praise. Clouds that drop their fattening dews, Suns that genial warmth diffuse, All the plenty summer pours, Autumn's rich, o'erflowing Btores ; Lord, for this our souls shall raise Grateful vews and solemn praise. Peace, prosperity, and health, Private bliss,> and public wealth, Knowledge, with its gladdening streams, Pure religion's holier beams . Lord, for this our souls shall raise Grateful vows and solemn _prai...

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

Thanksgiving Daj7_".—Next Thursday, 26th inst., is the day appointed by the President of the United States, for thanksgiving nnd prayer, to be observed by all loyal nnd chrisrian people. Ectry place of business will, be closed. We think this dayshould be strictly observed, and families _shoukl make such preparations the day previous that it will not. be necessary to open store or shop for a single instant on that day There is no individual in (his community, srho has so much business on hands, but that he can give thi.« day to the service of God and his country. It is only love of gain that will prompt any one to disregard it. Religious services at 11 o ' clock, a. m., will be held in the Presbyterian Chuvch. Rev. J. W. WioiiTMAX will deliver the thanksgiving sermon.

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

Serious Accident.—We learn that Mr. _IIexiiy Itnybe, an age and highly respected citizen, was so severely injured on Saturday 7th inst., by a hay rack falling upon him, that his life is despaired of. It seems that lie was having the hay rack put up in a stable which he recently had erected upon his premises near this town, and was iu act of making an examination of it previous to its being securely fastened, when it accidentally fell striking him upon the head, nnd'seriously wounding him. P. S—Mr. _Itnybe did from- the effects of the injuries above mentioned, yesterday leaving a large number of friends and accquaitancus to mourn his loss.-s-Iioonsfjoro' Odd Fellow.

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

If you want to sell goods, advertise. If you want to buy a farm, If you want to sell a farm, If you want employment, If you want to employ help, If you want to buy a house, If you want to sell a house, If you want, to buy or sell a lot, If you want to buy or sell cattle, If you want- to buy or sell grain, If you want to advance yoHr interests, generally advertise. , „ , _tm _^-_*-

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

The Reason.— We had missed our sprightly little friend the Pilot, for some weeks and could not account for its absence. Last week it jame to hand_, with an apology for its failue to be present at rollcall, in the announcement that the publisher had been very ill, and was scarcely yet able to be about. The apology is amply sufficient ••Jeems." In this season of partridges and buckwheat cafees, we will indulge the hope that, you will soon be brought up to fighting weight again, and that the Pilot may always be on hand again, with the latest from Antrim.—Spirit and _THvits. Thanks, Mr. Spirit. Nothing more palatable than buckwheat cakes and partridges_.

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

Tobacco - —In somes of the eastern and western States, tobacco raising has been engaged in pretty extensively for a.number of years. Since the commencement of the present war, more attention has beeu paid to tobacco culture than formerl y. It now pays magnificently Th« tobacco crop of Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, will amount the present yenr, to over half a million of dollars. It is there cultivated in several patches of from one to three acres upon each farm. The -first and fullest attempt in Antrim township ¦was made last season.. ' v ¦¦ --.¦ ¦ > . .

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

Kicked by a Horse.—Mr. .ions _shf.mto, living near Marion, was kicked in the abdomen, b a horse, and badly injured, on last Tuesday morning. P. S. Mr. _Shkllito died on Thursday morning from the injuries thug received. He was buried in the Lutheran graveyard ou last Friday afternoon. He leaves a wife and several children.

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

Sudden Death.—Mr. Jacob M'Cuxe, an aged _, aud highly esteemed citizen of this place, died very suddenly at his residence, oh Monday evening last. Mr. M. received,1 while weighing a load of hay, an attack of the Palsy and lived but a few hours alterward.—Mcrccrsbury_, Journal,. :

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

Gen. Jenkins (rebel) " ou account of his daring operations in Pennsylvania," was some lime since, made a Major-General, and now has command oi a division (tormerljr Hood's) in Bragg's army.— The rebels surely, ought 10 make Lmboden a Lieutenant-Generui, lor lie is the greater thief of the t\vd. ¦ ¦¦ ' " ¦ - " • -¦* " ' * '; .- ¦¦ ¦ ' ' : ¦ ¦¦ ¦ •¦< i _: Tazewell Republican.— We copy of this paper. It is published in l'ekin, Tazewc' .l county, Illinois. Vi. W. Sei.lf._iis, Esq., formerly of the Fulton Hrpuhlicnn. is editor and publisher. Mr. S. is a forcible writer, and the present number shows unmistakable evidences of his ability-We wish him success in his western .

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

— _«_._^_. > — The 77th Pennsylvania regiment is now in Gen. Jok Hooker's command. This regiment lost severely in the Chickamagua fight, and now numbers between one and two hundred effective men. Most of the officers were taken prisoner, and are now in Richmond.

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

Lieut. W. L. Wadi>_el, (son of Mr. Joux Waddel,) formerly of this place, payed our town a flying visit last week. The Lieutenant belongs to one ot the Ohio regiments in Gen Grant's army. He has 1 been in the service over two years His brother was killed in one of the assaults on Vicksburg.

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

PASSING EVENTS, &C Latest News !—A new supply of Boots and Shoes olieaper than ever, at Kuxkels'.

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

Attention is- directed to ike advertisement of A. W. WEtsii, who has recently opened an entire _ae\v stock of Hardware, in the room on the N. E. corner _«f the Public Square, next door to Hostettet's Drug Store-

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

Irwin & Rhodes advertise that they will sell their stock of Hardware at reduced rates,jlVom now until the _lst of January, 1864. Now is the time to buy. 1. ,

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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