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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 April 1863

<5. _7V>*_: yothr-w do, Forwarding and _Commission _Merchani_^ On North Carlisle and' N6H._H sts., f _lreencostlc. Pa. rpHE subs_^i_^e_^ Q-e_^iow _? pTepa?_edKt their new jE _^^amh _jOuse, to receive and forwsivd t_^^nd frflin Piiiladelpnia and Baltimore, all kinds of ' produce and merctfamlifee, wi_^h dispatch, jfri(l _*4TThe Lowest possible llATES _.' and respedflu'lly _Solicit a _shai_*e of patronage. AllrgOcfds,tlefMn! i,Hhf! depot of W. K. Burk, No. 812, Market Street. Philadelphia, or Kueller & Frick,JJo. Ml_^Ju StreeJ_, J_3.aUi«iore. Md., • wiVPbe_«ifT#_ydoll4_ifcn _fliH>af Icffi _» « The highest market price will j)e?p' aidiforH:>_ii_5_i '_-| Flour, Wheat, Rye,-O&ts( ;^ai53 _'e6rn. Bg_^,All goods should be_.inarked\yi>oare of C W. Kyster & Co. ¦ %i _^% ' ! _^R._^MlTH , Apr24,_'00 ly. '^/^geWat_'Greencastle.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 April 1863

l_^_TOTICEi.—A long timer Jiaving Tnow. _elnpsed JL_^I since the dissolution of'the! firm of 'BONNER &'M"GUORY,_^ and many*claims for _Subscription and* Advefrisingistill remaining"unpaid, ,thc-suryiving partner, desirous to setxle. finally;wjlh; the, Administrator of B:. B.,Bonner, dec'd,> has .determined to leave _rthe._1 books of-the jirm with Justice ,Rowe that, the accounts >due the firm-aiay be placed in course of collection-by law.after the first-day of January next,_oinleas sooner».paid., < -,1- _«-«• «*» v - • -• JAMES W. M'CBORX,. Survivingpartnersof the firm of Bonner & M',Crory. _*. April _V18GU •- _, ' ¦ - ., , , ' ALL kinds-of Stoves can be _purchased jit .the es-. tablishment of _«,,»,, , -. , J_» _^V. _BAItR,, • -pO©PER _^_JiWUBrass Kettles, of_._ajl . ' _sizes, jor \J sale cheap " , at ' . B.ARR &C0'&.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 April 1863

GREKNCIKTLIC AND WAYNKSBOW, T HE undersigned -w8u1a%_1 .3_^ectfully announce to _f|& _trffi|liifc _pubfidf tMfib, y&jk _h, «1 Large and Commodious _TDmAibtif_' is run dajlvbetween _GrAncastle and Waynesboro' ; feachingBreencasth_^_ffdue _timiKorBlie _gaiJy tmn lEastwardPon the _FKSRtlin _Railftro, aim _Ta_^Sg Greencastle?_fOB the _arrival of _UiOiteiin f_^om the East j returning to Waynesboro' on the same day. ] |HMlo5_^iit_^ s^| _Cq|ifdr|aMl| afel Safe _^ * a,nd lie promises norpainsnviii De _sn' rel ro secure comfort aritt_$s . afety to all who mtiy, en'courjtg 1 ! this 'linie. _> _Wr:.U v..«\ SMAUEL P_< STONE _^ R. ' »^ Greencastle, August 14, 186O. _* -tf. . _v !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 April 1863

A GENTS wanted to sell Cary's Patent X3L Cap and Breast Lantern." To those furnishing satisfactory references, a liberal salary and expenses will be paid. The article _is_,n,eeded by every farmer and mechanic in .thei: country_^ and will meet with ready sal e For particulars ., Address J " OCARY_;Patentee : Jan 17 'fid-41. 81 Nassiia Street. * SALE BILLS PRINTED HERE, NEATLY, cA_£ D CHEAP . . 1 i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 April 1863

{professional Carets. •¦' S " NIVELY STRICKLERAtt'y at Law_| _Chanibersbiirg, Pa., will attend promptly to all professional business entrusted to his care. Office »t his residence, on nrket street, one door East of the Diamond. fiST" He will attend to legal business in adjoining counties_, may 14, '61

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 April 1863

GET XUUli JOB _PRINTING DONE AT * is && & £ & ® - <_s t? 3* & _®. ' a,. GREENCASTLE ' PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 April 1863

_JW^^Q_^S _W_^ntijpg;_tugr«re,i giai_(e b_^ extra heavy ¦K r ^|l»j will save m\.aef hj caHing at 1 J. W BARRV —. .: _~ r _ 'ifdtfteidk *a¥lfclc_4 Ne# Ofre iii_^^_ali_^M't Jlia_^ -:- **¦¦>-_'¦ •_BILBY ftt«^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

tittle-or-NotbutftB The head learns new things, but the heart forevermore practises old experiences. The physically blind are thankful for guidance; the mentally blind resent it as an insult. : — i _^ _i m Little lambs, little birds, little kittens, little children, are beautiful. Little souls are not. If you would know a man mark his gait; most men step to the tune of their thoughts. —— , ¦¦ i _o > *¦ Strive to make everybody happy, and you will make at least one so—yourself. A man chased by wolves thinks that it isn't pleasant to travel with a pack at one's back. The world doesn't know a fool's infirmities half so well as a wise man knows his own. The gates of heaven are low-arched; we must enter upon our knees. Praise is the hand maid of virtue, but the maid is much oftener wooed than the mistress. Prosperity, like a comet, threatens while it shines.——— ¦ _i _^ i The snake's poison is in his teeth ; the slanderer's in bis tongue. Honest mirth lengthens life ; d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

BY SYLVANUS COBB, JR X ffiociD Storw. A MIDNIGHT ADVENTURE My friend was captain of one of the mail Btcamers plying between New Orleans and Mobile. He spent some _days with me not lung since, and among other adventures which had beiallen him. he related to me the following: ii ' ¦ I had been _engaged on board the steamer something over a year, and was then serving in f thc- capacity of mate. During the first few nionths I had been rather shy of New Orleans by uaslight. I had heard so many stories ol robberies and murderers, and of strangers be ling attacked from mere wantonness, that I preferred to keep myself as safe as possible.— [S ometimes I spent the nijjht at a hotel, where i he officers of various steamers had assembled _Sfo r a social time; and sometimes I went tothe theatre. At length, however, as I became ac quainted with the city, the old timidity wore bff, and I finally accompanied some of my brother officers to places where the more startling episodes of real ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

Select JJoetrn MOUND IS IN THE QRAVE-YABD A mound is Sn the grave-yard—A short and narrow bed—No grass is growing on it, No marble at its head. You may go and weep beside it, You may kneel nnd kiss the sod, But you'll find no balm for sorrow In the cold and silent clod. There'8 anguish in the household, 'Tis desolate and lone, For a fondly cherished brother From the parent nest has flown. One lovely form is missing, One heart has ceased to beat. And the chain of love lies shattered At the _desolator's feet. Remove the vacant chair, His clothing put away, And all his little treasures, With your precious treasures lay. Strive not to cherish the tear drops, Which fall like summer's rain, For the sun of hope shines o'er them,— Ye shall see his face again. Oh ! think where rests your brother; Not in his downy bed, Not on the tainted battle-field, In the cold and silent grave. But in the heavenly mansion, Upon (he Saviour's breast, With loved one's arms about him He takes his sain...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

THE GENTLEMAN It is no very uncommon thing in the World to meet with men of Probity; there are likewise a great many men of Honor to be found, men of courage, reen of sense, and men of letters are frequent, but a true gentleman is what one seldom sees. He is properly a compound of the various good qualities that embellish mankind. As the great poet animates all the different parts of learning by the force of his genius, and irradiates all the compass of his Knowledge, by the*lustre and brightness of his imagination so all the great and so'id perfections of life appear in the finished gentleman with a beautiful glos and varnish; every thing he says or does is accompanied with a manner or rather a charm, that draws the admiration and good will of every beholder

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

ADVERTISINGr KAT& Advertisements will be inserted in tub pilot At the following rates: 1 column, one year $70.00 k of a column, one year SB.OC of a column, one year... * 20.00 1 square, twelve months 8.00 1 square, six month* b.OQ 1 square, three months- 4.00 1 square, (ten lines or less) 3 insertions 1-00 Each subsequent insertion 25 Professional cards, one year 6.0C

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

THE PILOT IS _rUBLrSHED EVEY TUESDAY MORNING BY JAMES W. M'CROEY , (Xorth _Wett Corner of the Public Square,) t the following rates, from _irhich there will be no deviation: Sing le subscription, in advance $1.50 _fithin six months 1.75 _fithin twelve months 2.00 No 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 ban nix months.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

A Good Man's Wish.—I freely confess to you that I would wish, when I am laid down in my grave, to have some one in his manhood stand over me and say, "There lies one who was a real friend to me, and privately warned me of the dangers of the young; no one knew it. but he aided me in the time of need ; [ owe what I am to him." Or else to have •some w: dnw, with choking utterance, telling her children, "There is your friend and mine."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

TTIV. WAR _OJT THE MISSISSIPPI Passing the Vicksburg Batteries. - Cincinnati',1 April 22.' -*—A special despatch from Memphis to the Gazette, gives the following _particular's-of the passage of the Vicks burg batteries :— •'Seve'n gunboats, one ram, one talcing from the Rebel's/ and _fnree transport, started on _Thursdajr last to run the blockade. All went well till about two-thirds of the way down, when the hills back of'Vicksburg were lit up with large fires. The Forest- Queen transport at,onee:returned. The Henry Clay was compelled to stop. Several/shots struck her below tbfir water line; others passed through her. All hands made for the flat-boat, ad the boat wsis_^sinlcinir. Tfc is hfili'fiVftd all werft lost. The pilot floated down the river nine miles on a plank, and was picked up opposite to Warrenton. The Forest Queen was considerably- damaged, and had her steam-drum shot away. At last accounts, heavy firing was heard in the vicinity of Warrenton, supposed to be the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

Court Proceedings.—The Court of onrcoun. ty convened on Monday, the ]3th, at 10 o'clock, u which time the following cases were tried: QUARTER SESSIONS. Com. vs. Thomas Harrison. —Charge—Fornication and Bastardy. True bill. Verdict, guilty.— C. Eyster and W. S. Stengcr for Com.; Kimniel fv defendant. Com. vs. James Sampson. Larceny. A true bill. Verdict, guilty—whereupon the U&urt sentenced the deft to pay a _fiuo of ct&e ceut to ei>mm on wealth; to undergo an imprisonment in _il_._c county jail for the period of twenty days, pay c<>sn of prosecution, and remain in the custody of _tht Sheriff until tbejsentence _rs complied with Sten _?- er for commonwealth ; Sharpe for defendant. Com. vs. Alexander Reamer. — Assault _antl Kit tery. Verdict, guilty—whereupon, the Court sentenced the defendant to pay a fine of one cent to the commonwealth, undergo _aa imprison meat in the county jail for the period of two months, pay costs of prosecution, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

PASSING EVENTS Personal.—Mr. Emanu_^l Sleighter will find something to bis _advantage by calling on Mr. W. A. Reid, Greencastle. - Lost.—A ring containing'Eight Keys, (three of which,..are. , small) were, lost on Thursday last, on East street, by, the undersigned. A reward of fifty cents will be paid the finder by returning them., [Apr. 27:] '¦' ¦ ¦ NANCY HOLLAR.-. • .-<-= I a».V-_— : ¦ Stores to be Closed-—Places of business will be closed on next Thursday, it being the Nation.il Fast Day, Appointed by the President of the United States, in conformity to resolutions passed by the last Congress. Piles bf The Pilot.—We have several file* of (i9t year's Prior, which we will sell cheap. Fifty Cents Reward.—Strayed from the res idence of the subscriber, in the borough of Green castle, about the 7th day of April, inst., a White and Tan colored Setter Dog, whose nnfne is Ponto. B. F. WINGER. Greencastle, April 21, 1868.-3t. ¦ i _o » — —-— Farewell Sermon.~*-Rev. Wm. T. Be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

IMPORTANT ARMY ORDER The Discharge of Spldiers _^rhen their * Terms Expire. ; Headquarters of the Army _,of the Potomac, April 20. —The following orders were published to-day:— General Orders No. : 44. In order that no misunderstanding may exist as to the course to be pursued with regard to regiments whose term of service are about expiring, the followiug rules will govern the action of corps commanders and others in th< matter: * First. When companies and regiments reenlist after the expiration of their present terin of service, ijrif"fi_^^_incj ?wifK" !|Rei _^ provisions of general order No. 85, of April 2, 1863, from the War Department, the regimental-and company officers will be retained ; -the -regiment will have a furlough for the time specified in the orders, and -will! be allowed to _proceed at the public expense, %ith( «_thelr _i arms arid equips raents, to the place of their enrollment, the date of their furlough being two years or nine months (as the case...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

THE PIL O T _GKEENCASTLE: Tuesday Morning, April 28, 1863- REVERENCE. This can hardly be cal!ed an age of reverence. Mijrhty as is its intellectual progress, it is largely on a material and pride-insprring platie. The Old and Established are often held by it in _coutetupt, chiefly because they are old and §_stablished. The hallowings of times are pot what they were wont to be. The newer the thing the better, excepting perhaps the escutcheons of a _parvenue aristocracy. Irreverence is universal, if not proverbial. The young have less reverence ,for the old j and with old and young irreverence abounds against the conservatism of the pa«t. T.he reverent, spiritually or in mAnners, are regarded by the fast majority as slow, verdant, credulous, behind-theage sortof persons. It is _remarkable what an inflation has come upon a generation no whit-practically wiser, and possibly considerably less virtuous, than its predecessor—certainly less humble and devout. It may. be seen in it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 28 April 1863

CONTEMPLATED TURNPIKE KOAD _^Efforta are about be.made turnpike the Greencastle and Hagerstown public road, from the first- named place to the State Line. A meeting to take this matter iutb consideration, was held at Middleburg about two weeks since. Several farmers living along the road, have promised to subscribe liberally to the stock of the company. ,;, .,,,... • The turn piking of this part of the road would make a complete macadamized road to Hagerstown. The _' _distance * from this place to the Line is something over four miles.— The work would cost ppbabjy §1800 per mile, or between seven and eight thousand dollars fnr the whole distance. - The people of this_^ommunity well know the almost impassible condition of this road during bad weather , and particularly is this the case in- the winter. _, Why it has never been turn piked must be _because no proper effort vras made to do it. It ought to have been done a quarter of a cenrury- ago. But as it was not, it now requi...

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