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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 March 1863

4 GENTS wanted to sell Cary's Patent J\l Cap and lireast Lantern'.' To those furnishing 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 sal e For particulars, , ' __ Address J C CARY, Patentee , Jan 17_,'C0-4t. 81 Nassua Street. ' SALE BILLS _PPvlNTED HERE, NEATLY AAdST |_l CltSAP , :-- • " ¦" , ' ¦ I

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 March 1863

_^Professional _dEards _i 1 _^JU ^»..-...™.- _^. -.. ;..:..:. .-. ...... .:-.. .. .. _^ ..-.. SNIVEL Y BTBICKLER ,_'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. JB§?_°* He _wilf attend to legal business "in adjoining " counties!' ' '' may 14, '61

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 March 1863

FULTON HOUSE, . > ¦ ¦'¦ .' r1 [LATE UNION HOTEL.] ¦ "; M_*Connll_^burg, _leDn'a. JACOB _Hlc p'Oif AlD, _PROPBCTETOn • Boarders taken by the day, week or month. *^Jan._8,;l861-tfi • „;.>**;;_, _,;'i * .,> .j-. :_«:.; •¦; ¦>•,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 March 1863

&ET YOUR ' ' •¦-10 B PRIRTI'NJB .' DONE A.T . _SSS & a _& © 2* _©!F!?aSQ" greencastle: pa:

Publication Title: Pilot
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 March 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

_tUtU~or~Notliings Woman fascinated us quite as often by what she overlooks as by what she sees. .— ¦ _<m _» ¦ Sweet memories and beautiful hopes are the angels in the heavens of the sonl. . : -U._^, _* _. ¦ ;— • The best use that can be made of this life is to get out of it aright. —r—— <<¦» i — — Genius, grafted on .womanhood, is io danger of overgrowing it and breaking its stem. , , — ¦— m t m * m When you are sure that you are " sublimee," take good heed to the next "step." A good farmer is knowu by his fences and a villain by his offences. There is no time spent with less thought than a great part of that spent in reading. >. . <-: —I—-T- ¦ i 1 > ¦ " . —; It is never more difficult to speak well than when we are j?<?t,tipgf ashamed of our silence. — m « ¦ If yon visit a young woman, and you are won and she is won, you will both be one. We should think that a divorced wife should consider herself out of the ring. , 1 _Kl...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

I THE _TJfiSELY_ WARNING. K, BY MARY GRACE HALPINE. 1 "'Good night, papa, " said * sweet, childish | voice. - • ¦ -.- ¦ ¦ ¦ . _; . ¦ ¦ ¦ .; " -1 ; If1 I looked down in surprise upon the little girl ll'that was standing beside my friend's knee; for, |f though this was our first meeting after a sepiM«nttion of soaie years, I bad supposed him to ;_4,Jbc childless. fl She had entered the room «o noiselessly that, _D until she spoke, neither of-us had been eonl_^eciouh ot her presence. f 4t <Jrood night, my daughter, uid my host, a smile of infinite tenderness softening his rather I _atern features, and holding out his arms as he Ij. spoke. \- The child sprang quickly to the shelter of _j V that broad breast, laying her toft cheek loving-I ly _against hi«. A« he held her that, stroking at tenderly as !»• trvrther might, the shining hair that mingled With htaown jetty locks, I thought that I had rtoever seen a prettier picture. She was in form _£jso petite, 'with features alm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

¦BY W. AT.T.AN Ye sons of G_»d, look up! Put by yaur worldly frown; Into your now o'erflowing cup Still comth blessings down: From morn till gentle eve, Front ev_« to dewy morn, Hig mercies fall upon your heads—Why laok ye, then, forlorn? Ye worldly ones, look up! Raise, raise your eyes to Heaven; Upon the evil and the just Hi« showers alike are given ; O! learn to look above, From whenee all mercies come; There lay your treasure, and your heart, Khali claim it for its home. , , Ye timid ones, look up: Calm all your _doubls and fears_. Ye mourning ones upon the earth-Thus shall you dry your tears. Look up, ye weary ones I Mere shall your rest be found; Lift up your eyes ye starring ones, Here plenty d_«th abound. I, .Let all the world look up : -' .-L To whence true comfort comes; > I, .And, while on earth we /feebly strive' I To make in Heaven our homes, I " Grant us, oh Lord, tfcy , grace—i Give power t_« do thjr-,wili: I. That, as we close our eyes in death, I To...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

THE PILOT IS _TUBLISnED EVEY TUESDAY MORNING BY JAMES W. M'CEOBY, (Worth West Corner of the Public Square,) at the following rates, from which there will be no deviation: . Single subscription, in advance $1.50 I Within six months 1-76 Within twelve months • 2.00 Ko paper will be discontinued unless at the option - •f 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 — 10 March 1863

APVKJJTIsfNG- KATES. Advertisements will be inserted in tub pilot at the following rates: 1 column, one year $70.00 i of a column, one year 35.0C _J of a column, one year 20.00 1 square, twelvemonths 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 — 10 March 1863

FOB, PARENTS TO PONDER "I would be glad to see more parents understand that when they spend money judiciously to improve and adorn the house and the grounds around it, they are in effect paying their childreu a premium to stay at home, as much as possible, to enjoy it; but that when they spend money unnecessarily in fine clothing and jewelry for their children, they are paying them a premium to spend tJieir time away from home —that is, in those places where they can attract the most attention and make the most display."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

LAZY B OY A lazy boy makes a lazy man, just as sure as a crooked sapling makes a crooked tree.— Who ever yet saw a boy grow up in* idleness, that did dot make,a shiftless vagabond when he became a man, unless he had! a fortune left him to keep up appearances? The great mass of thieves, paupers and criminals, have come to what they are by being brought up in idleness. Those who constitute the business part of the community—those who make our great and useful men—were taught in their boyhood to be industrious.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

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Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

PASSING _EVENTS Wild Geese.—A large [flock of _Wild Goes*. flew over town on last Sahbnth CYenirg, Wk _Iliink our streets would he fmproT_^_d bybeirg cleaned. Wbftt do think ye, Town Fathers ? _1.-J-J ¦¦¦¦»!¦ _ Soldiers Dead in the 126th.—we hear tint Thomas C. _Detricii, of company II, and a Mr. JIc-Kessox, of one of the Chambersbnrg companies , died in camp last week. «»^^^>^-_^ Let the People See.—Wm. m-Crokt Las just opened, at his'Clock and Jewelry Store, o n South _Carlisle street, a large and elegant assortuient of Gold, Silver and Steel Spectacles. Files of The Pilot.—We hive several fi!e3 ,,f last year 's 1_'ii.ot, which we will sell cheap. RedeemingShinpl«_sters;—JAM_«s H.Bilkv is redeeming the first- edition of, _Uis " _.Shinplastera" _>ij;ned by Tiipjias Pawj.iN«, when presented in sums of one dollar. He pays'_fivb cents premium. ¦ i _w _> ¦' Extra Copies.—Persons desiring a number of extra copies pf ' THR.Tii.6Tf will plense let us know th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

_w { .Th4 _BrtiteM 'ttgaiti&t _Me&iatiori: ' The followinfr-are .tUje _* _proposed joint reso-I? uf4bWFfep'di>fpd "by_^enafor- Srfmii et ¦frb n/the Committee on Foreign Relations, to who " m " w'as referred the messaxefiff " tfieTresident of.jthe SlOtT'Vt, J_« "'P> ¦:* f ."'V" •¦' , f( J) ', United otatcs, commuQicatint_;, iu,answer to,the resolution of the_j5 §fl&_£_Q, jthe correspondence _oa_^he_. {subject -of*_, mediation, _arbitratiWnJ or other measures looking to a teruiiuation_>of_^thfe present rebel liouT""*"*'**_'"'*_" ' , ?" 1(4* i <> tL v '_* ' ¦ ¦ _^ ¦ 'H_'1 • i. j-S{ v al_> _- }\he?eas, It appears from the diplomatic correspondence _submijjtejljto . Congress, that a _^_proposition, friendly'in; farm_^_lookirrgnto pafcififation through foreign .mediation; ._vhas 'been made to the Uuited States by the _Eoiperocsof the trench, and **_protBt5try ~ declined by the '.President' ; ~ _amVidhe ' reas, th_'eidea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

The Late Fight Near Strasburg ¦\_Vjn ,choster, Va.,Feb. 27,18G3.—Yesterday two battalions of the Thirteenth Pennslyvania Cavalry were _seut out by orders of General Milroy, under the command of Major M.<A. Byrnes and Maj. Micha, cl Kerwin, each Major having command of •a . battalion. A battalion of the First New York Cavalry was also sent out to support the Thirteenth Pennsylvania. Seven picket men having been captured the night before by a number of the Rebel cavalry, who numbered about one huudred and,seventy men, apd the battalions, _haviug procqeded ' on to Strasburg without any interruption, Qjiptain Jacob II. Dewees advanced, with about fifty mm, five miles beyond Strasburg, where,, he fell, iu with the picket camp of the Rebel cav-' , • r f _¥t}t ; ¦ > ialry. The,camp was attacked by Capt. Dewees; and his men. The Rebels left and took to the woods. Their camp quarters were destroyed, and the provisions were scattered around and rendered unfit -for use. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

O R E DIT S Y STEM Tf no other beneficial effect resulting from thp civil war can be found, t\iat of, dea,th to the "credit system" can be plainly discerned. For the past two years, the cash system has _ta«_$e _« rapid* _progress. ' The fluc'tuatio'n of the markets, and the uncertainty of _business a« well*as of national " _nfrarrs_, have led persons _!!_fj$$ect"in business to follow the safecourse of selling goouVfofcash/ Ah'other cause ' may be found in the _arjuncfanciTof money. Money is pictifi'er now than it has been for many years. An an evideric_"e of this " all sorts o£ "stocks" upd _^_esjBiirities _^re running hi_«h. - _> ' It is well -fpr. everybody that "credit" is beine bcasta The former oriven out is in - me Dycasn. me rormer some _linsc_'_anTe_^il,'fJiough', of course, it lias its uses. SomVaTe ' iriHuc'edto buy more _thaiTis necessary, an_$ paj, exprbitant prices _upder _. the old sys.t£m, while on theother hand-, when the . money mus. t be paid down be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

T H K PILOT GREENCASTLE : Tuesday Moi'ning, March 10, 1863. " ' ••». 'Vu'lj- i_._" ".i'i.i_'i,".i".i1i, '1 i.i | .i'i.i1 i.ii,, ".iWi.._vi.,V READ! READ!! We vrould _ajrain inform those of our Subscribers, who know themselves indebted to us —there being very few who are not—that we want money. ' Itis _impossible for us to carry on our business without money. We also call upon those tfhb owe us for Advertising and Job Work.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

•The Capture of the "Indianola.v Memphis, March 2—[Special to, the New York 2Vm«.]—Arrivals from below to-day confirm the report of the sinking of the Indiaijoja, and the capture of her crew by1 three Rebel boats, among which was the Queen of ' the West. . Th _^ e _^ fight occurred about thirty miles beloV _Vicksburg_, on Tuesday, 21th ult. 'The fight was pbstiuate, lasting/several hours, and the Iudianola only surrendered when in, a Jnkiug condition. _, _, ' ' She was " fun ashore , and the officer' s and crew arc now iu Yiek " sbur<'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 March 1863

Report of Solon Robinson OF Till; NEW YOllK TlllaL'SK. I'l'dN THK VINELAND SETTLEMENT. JCfejJ"* The following is an extrnrt from the report, of Solon Robinson. Esq., _published in the New Vork Tnbunt. in reference to Vineland. All persons can rend this report with interest. Advantages of Funning near Home—Yiaeland—Remarks upon Marl—Soil, its great FtMtility—Tb« Cause ef Fertility—Amoiiat of Crops PradutftMt—¦ Practical Evidence. It is certainly one of the _mos/ _exttnsivt ftrlile tract*, in on _ahnott level position, a»d suitable condition for ¦ pleasant farming that we know of this side of the wetiern prairies. We found some of tht eldest _jiarms apparently Jusl as- profitable _jtroduclive as when first clewe£ of f orest fifty or « hundred years ago. 1 he geologist would soon discover thecanse of thi* continued fertility. The whole country is a marine deposit, and all through the soil we found evidencea of _calcareous substances, generally in the form oi indurated calcare...

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