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IJamA [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

IJamA On the 8th of December, 1861, at the residence of Mr. T. P. Pollock, in Jefferson, by Rev. William Hanna, Mr. GEORGE REX, of Greene connty, to Miss MART STRICKLER, of Westmoreland county, Pa. On Thursday, Dec. 12th, 1861, by Rev. E. O. Phillips, Mr. J. WESLEY M'CLTJRE to Miss ELIZABETH GARRISON, daughter of Mr. G. Garrison, all of Dunkard Township, Greene county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

MM •rCuMftr Trl*. at »•* «mkw fwM, 1»»1. Oliver vtBug***, »„. n, fa, Tm, MM Heokv*. Ott, No. IM, Jane Term, 1»*» Sdowiltcrv*. Onsspv No. 11, Jun* Terss , MM. Black vs. Shelby, Mo. 114, Jnna tnrn, UN. Sultth's heirs vs. Payer*, No. 163, March Term, Mtl. p. A. WOMLBY, r - r*ahon»»*»y ProtlKJnotary' * Office, Pee. 4.18*1. Ll<tt ef AppHciw** ai»r UMHH to keep EatlBg House.. WALTER B. HUDSON, Newtown, Whitely tovra ""P" D. h~ WORLSY . Cltln. Clerk's Office. Dee. 4.1861. CHESAPEAKE BAY OYSTERS. ELI roxma, AT THE CORNUCOPIA , NO. 40 FIFTH STREET, PITTSBCROH, 1»A» WILL be receiving daily, throughout ^*w _ the season, fresh CHESAPEAKE ^HsW BAY OYSTERS, FISH, GAME . *c ,("T7VS which be will furnish at lowest marketW ^BP F rates to Hotels, Restaurants and private families.— Oysters by the single Can or lea*. Oct. 9, l861;ly. Fifth Avenue Exchange, DAN . BARNARD, Proprietor, NO. 72 FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH, PENN'A,' HAVING had many years experience ^^ in the business, he is prepare...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

|*|gpf5targ l&mfffytt NKMsn^BBBSVi^BF^BBi^nBWBVwanBnv **V **ntitd*ftVitot to be appalled, corrupted or Tnwihuiiiiiiiiil It knows no baseness; it cower* to Ho danger-, it oppresses no weakness. Destructive roly <rf d*noti*m, it 1* the sol* conservator of liberty, labor and property. It is the sentiment of Freedom, ef equal rights, of eqnal obligations-tie law of nature pervading the law oi the land." WAYNESBURG, PA. j., — ¦ . - ¦ *» * ?¦*¦ »- Wednesday, Dec. 18, 1861.

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A SIGSiriOANT BEHABE OF PEESI BEST LINOOLU. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

A SIGSiriOANT BEHABE OF PEESI BEST LINOOLU. Said a leading Democrat of the West, the other day, to the*>President, "If those who helped to place you in power, were as truly your friends, and as unselfish and honest in their support of your Administration, as those who opposed you, you would have lees trouble." "I begin to think so," replied the President.

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EMAH0IPATI0H. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

EMAH0IPATI0H. "The votes ou Lovejoy's resolution are regarded in. Washington as a triumph of the administration. The military committee, to which it was referred, sustain the administration's policy. The Committee on Military Affairs will, at an early day, report a bill which will be in accordance with the views of the ad: ministration in reference to the disposal of fugitive slaves, and will command a majority of Congress." jrgy-We sincerely hope the above advices from Washington may prove true, and that Congress may give no encouragement whatever to the scheme of negro emancipation.

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THE OUETUT OOBEUPTIOITS [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

THE OUETUT OOBEUPTIOITS The Pittsburgh Dispatch, an ultra Republican print, thus "dishes up" a co-laborer who attempts to whitewash the Curtin Administration:— "The Clarion Banner (Mr. Samuel Young's paper) has undertaken a herculean task, as it will find, in attempting to defend Gov. Curtin and the parties charged with the "clothing frauds" in this city.— We understand the game, bat beg to tell the Banner that all its explanations and apologies about getting up the work in a hurry, turning off other work, and paying "double what other houses did," and having "furnished altogether an excellent article of clothing," &c, are simply great lies, come from what quarter they may, or whichever of the three interesting clothing firms be referred to. The Banner knows nothing of the facts -, we know all about them—much more than the public yet knows ; and if anybody of sense and honesty who has# seen the clothing will swear that he believes Quartermaster Hale could have faithful...

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THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

THANKS. We are indebted to Dr. G. W. Moss and other active Democrats for additions to our list of subscribers. A little effort would soon double the number of our patrons in the several townships, and we are gratified to see our friends interesting themselves in the w-ork. Let us have a "strong pull, and a pull all together," and the desirable end can soon be accomplished.-

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IBON CITY COLLEGE [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

IBON CITY COLLEGE Since graduating at the Iron City College, in 1857, I have traveled extensively through the United States, and visited nearly all the leading Commercial Schools in the country, but nowhere have I found that thoroughness and efficiency which so pre-eminently characterizes the Iron' City College. Every young man in the country should spend a termor more in this school, if he would make himself a thorough business man. GEO. K. TOZEK. A MOVEMENT ON THE POTOMAC.— Col. Forney telegraphs to yesterday's Press tbat he has hi gh official authority for saying that the rebel batteries on the Potomac are soon to be wiped from the banks ol the river.— It is no credit , it is true , to our boasted strength that they have been allowed so long to impede the navigation of the river, but if, at the first of January, we can only say the blockade has been completely removed, our rejoicings will enable us to forget the past. General Sickles, whose brigade is on the Maryland side...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

If FALLS WINTER GOODS. AT £gC>.:-EQH3HgPir&; . Jleauty, Fashion and Cheapness Combined. HAS just received from the Eastern Cities a large stnrlr nf nrtinnnrfilri *j*nd«i s"imfn[ irhirh mnr rm ' WBB* TWnMninir* , snXw&Maaui, •nnaoh SMusluniis* MMgr^Uiiie*. » -:• - BattMtte SHiighsflim* Ulnafliffl lHiTf ?*"% A*WOfJ*7*s OHKUBWIIISSI , ClQths and Caaaimera* , " ,^M*1 » IFantt y Oro eriea, *.4a*s) ssWt* Saia dwai;6f %-llltifnirp. Bats and Caps, Tlnalji and ¦hoes, Ac* «fcc« Together wtth a variety of NOTIONS. Customers and the public juii*j|Hy ar«jnvted to call and examine his naaortmept aPereotts. 'Bold cheap for cash, or country produce. GEOEGE HOSKlNSoN. ' ¥(a«aja»*tef* .«*#«. , AMM TO RlefiHONDI" BUTaUYYOUB |^ X- O T 331 I»T C3r ; " BEFORE YjgifraBZAB& •' -;.; - . , - ST. 4&4**, . A* Ihe {nothing Emporium, opposite th* Court /\rfU **. ha* just returned from the Bast with a Iwapind elegant assortment of *J*nJhtnffor MEN" AND BOiB'MEAXL, Whic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

¦ ati'ii t L.-flLaA—t!—_—^i-— ^^Tgg}HsjsSPPBw*«lr^^^r^^ , a^B *^aa^*'*^e^aW« - .^_SiJL-JiuS^"i^--iW^©*>*-^ Jit l t'-j«. ..-_ yiwrAU. OMM FO& Mel, I. K. BuicHMELD'S, MAJHKET rrEEBT, PrTTSBUKtn, PA. XXW CALICOS, jrew Bntanjun. ftHWBLE4CRKD MUSLIMS, MILW PLAlDFlAM-JfJCLI, SjlTUfBTS, XEJfTUCJCT JKJUfS, CJtSSIMKHES. CLOTHS, AMDrLJUfJfELS, TEILO*WLJtjrJTBL*, OUST FL-IMTKLS. In addition to the above, we are clo*- inf/tmt our entire vtvicH »t reduced price* for cash par money. The stock will be foand one of the best and fullest in the city. Seat, li, Mtl-«m. : ' . WAIJEs PA*MR, ¦Wixicloixr 0Jba«a«tea« e EVERY VARIETY-LOWEST PRICES. JOSH J. DEZOUCHE, US WOOD STKEET, CfjBNEB STH., T PITTSBURGH, FA. Green and Bnff Oil Cloth for Blinds Cord, Tassels, and Curtain Trimmings of every description. Also, a fine assortment of Gilt Cornices. Bent. 11, ISCi. A.V.SCOTT W. H. STKROEOS. N.F WALKEK, SCOTT, STUEGEON & CO., Importers and Jobbers in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC ^•-A-BiTOT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

Stmftttfo^y &wk\ -.— , ¦*-*>¦*>• »¦¦—¦——•—¦—-—¦—It. ML. CAMPBBXL, HtHftnt Just received a large stock of good* from Ihe EasMrn cities, which he is «etermined to Mil as low as any other wtabliahment in Waynesburg, for cash *r aoea produce, conskting in good* of the following: X3XV. -V OOODB, Cloth**, Casiuere*, Buffalo, Cord, Shawls, Ticking Blankets, Flauue.s,, Lindseya, Drilling, Canton Flannel*, Check, Under Shirts and Drawers, Silkt, Ginghams, Merinos, Alpacka*} Cashmeres, Fartmettoes, Cobourgs, of all color*, Delaines, and Plaid*, Lavel.a, Cloths, Debages, Hosiery and Gloves of all kinds Mohair Cap*, Collars, Fringes, Silk and Tabby velvet, all kinds of Ribbons Silk Ribbons, Cambrick, Swiss Mull, Jackonets, Figured and plain Muslin. And many other articles to tedious to mention in advertisement, 400 pieces of Calicoes. 200 pieces of Brown and Bleached muslins, Ladies Cloaks, a beautiful article Ladies Sltirts. HAPHJTjp-ARE , Mill and Cross cut Saws, Stily...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

mS^Bmwmmwmmmmmmsmmsmtmmm''>*^ $ Kjtag^^-^twrl&imifs. aBBAT XOT>t70BMBNTB I NEW FALL GOODS! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN Immense Stock of Silks, CLOAKS, DUSTEBS, DEESS GOODS, &c, &o. I» H X INT T S , Of all the celebrated makes, from 6£ cents up. SHEETINGS AND S HIRTINGS , The most popular brands, which we retail at Wholesale prices. Also, Flannels, Blankets, Cloths, Cassimere*, Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans, House-Keeping Goods, Hoop Skirts, kc N. B. As we do a large wholesale business in con neciion wiih our retail, we .ire able to sellGoods at RE TAIL CHEAPER thaii any retail house in tiie city. COME AND SEE, whether you want to buy or not JW. RARKER 4; CO. NO. 59 MARKET STREET, Oct. 9, 156I:3m. Pittsburgh, Pa. ft H 3 g « , 2 5 | i g i g Zi £ * 8 « 1 -H W ^SrtfiSS ¦ p * o g i % h g * « * ^ ¦ a3 A ti Q a i- " Vlso^^wSS* »» i B *^ 0 B s o f1 ! ^H fe 3- w •> ^ fc Vl3 s | IB JSb ^"spnss H g 2 , ..la^rtsl - ffliiiiR ^ i * « wis -SSupsSga S^ P * 3H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

M^ NHOOD! " ... HOW Ukfc l**W * &***&>. Just Published, in a Sealed Envthpe t A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREAfMBNf* AND RADICAL CURE OF aPWHATOBjEoEA or Seminal Weakness, Sexaal DenBity, HtrVtusne** and Involuntary Emissions, producing impotencj Consumption and Mental and Physical Debility. By ROBERT J. CULVEHWBLL .H.0., The important fact that the awfaleonsequences • > •elf-abuse may be effectually removed whhoat internal medicines or the dangerous applications of cau-j Us. instruments, medicated bougie*, and other iaiper* cal devises, is here clearly dys»fl**w»«e«, and he entirely new and highly succeseftVUsa****** , "adopted by the celebrated authur tolly *3^°J/, ft "^ means of which every one is enables totiWeAtlwlf perfeclty, and at the least possible cost, tfcarajT Molding all th* advertised nostrums of the *!¦»; .' ..;»%* lecture win prove a boon to thousaneV and tissai*****. Sent under seal, in« plain eavglosit, to any ddresa, put paid, on the r...

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jCSjy Wje K* ! ^y _ .dt> . M«* **S f S*mB^ B^*BmBj**B*******s^s^^**mj*B**m^r^^^ " ** t^-fg MIT*-? & :¦ *» »a4*W »Sry^ )?'' [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

jCSjy Wje K* ! ^y _ .dt> . M«* **S f S*mB^ B^*BmBj**B*******s^s^^**mj*B**m^r^^^ " ** t^-fg MIT*-? & :¦ *» »a4*W »Sry^ )?'' m » AUamdBo& j-Qsmi. ' ^HM$e¥* J?o«ieroy, of .-tfcft Lac*os«e $Fm)I*mocrat , on being invited to mm m fynma a body-guard for President fiintiorh, after due con-•iniaiiie^n adopted "and rigidly adhered to tnrougb.out the war: . -"•Hie company ahall , be entirely draw pay and ratioaa in advance. Every man *JbaTl»4iave a commission, two servants and white kids. *^WiM"Bn^y^^Wly^Eo white stallions. ^ U«*Ti»» «*vk MB* of eajcfa baggy shall be a cupboard, containing cold chick-Bn; .jrOttnded ice, champagne and mFjabxtem a la member of Con-WRSB and military officers at Ball Each man shall have plenty of Cards and . red. chips to play poker with.¦¦ " t The only sidearms to be opera glasses, champagne glasses and gold-head-| yMp dnty of the company shall be to «*^ODBervatioB« »f battle, and on no account shall it be allowed to approach -we...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

^. ^^ 3^Psj*gP*$*Svfl§7 C77 ^W **^$S»^*vJlflftP''* '¦ ¦ttrrt-itoriniy -' PITTBSBBSB STBAM ESHSSP CAHIrf MMTOFACTsMaY, nniuu BMLca a Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, Fitkles, Preserv es, Sardines, jr ' t. 18T LIBERTY STB BET, PITT8BUROH, FA. Havings large connection with importing house*, Eatt, 1 am prepared to furnish Country Dealer* with a large assortment of Foreign Fruits as they arrive in their season, on equally as good terms as th y can buy elsewhere. I am ;iow receiving s new crop of Oranges, Lemon*, Figs, Dates, Raisins, Primes, Plums, Currant* and tvern description of Nut* Alio, Fresh Peaches in bans of a superior quality, Pickles, Preserves, Olive, Oiht, Catsaps, ice. Common Fancy and Crystaiized Candies, manufactured from the best of materials, and will be sold at the ' lowest prices. 1 would call special attention 10 my j Cough Candy It is not surpassed in the Country for i the cure of Coughs and Colds. TRY IT. I February 17, lBtil—no 38. C YliAGER «fc CO , Ho. HO ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 18 December 1861

[TAJ&-^uqA0r£flf>M^' , in"-" ¦'' ¦ -^^Sf^m" MEET to Waynesburg, la Allison' * Ball, opcode* the Court Hon**, on Thursday evening of each we«k, st H o'clock. o*Tio*s*ii B*\TU»BOCHANAJI .*. 0. (?; ^ W',1 J. F. TS *LPU, £cc'y. B. F. IIERUIIIOTOR , Tru*. W. A. PORTER, Cbsnlaln. N*v 8 1861 - .. . v 3STEIXV GrOODS MINOR & CO.'S . * m » . .^—THE Farmers' and Mechanic*' Exchange are now opening a vary large and well (elected stook of PALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS, Which have been purchased on inch terms as will enable them to sell at LOWER PRICES than ever LADIES: DRESS GOODS la endless variety. Their stock *f Bilks. Merinoe* Plain and Figured Detains, Plaids, Grey Goods; ioshor every description of Ladies' Wearis large. Asupplyo, FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS. Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers. Feathers, Bonnet Velvets and Silk*. Bxorauura GOODS, &c wis mi,ill's men Cloths, t'aesimeres, Vestings, Tweeds and everything n the Staple and Fancy Goods Line. BOOTS AND SHOES,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 25 December 1861

THE WAYNESBURG MESSENGER , PUBLISHED BY _. V. JONES & JAMES S. JENBINGS , AT WAYNESBUKG, GREENE CO., PA. |p-OFFICE NEARLY OPPOSITE THE PUBLIC SQUARE. .£H i—.,.!¦ ¦ I,., , l-.-l ¦ —«. ¦»»«>»¦ .,-¦¦¦ . „ ©aasasa ''toBacnwrir.N.—SI SO in advance; SI "5 at the exajratien ol'six months; 82 00 within the year; 82 SO ¦after the expiration of the year. . ASMBBTISEMENTS inserted at $1 00 per square for Sree insertions, and 25 centsasquare foreach addition. tosertion; (ten lines or less counted a square.) ¦; j£7* A liberal deduction made to yearly advertisers. Jp" JOB PRINTING, of all kinds, executed in the beet style, An- on reasonable terms, at the "Messenger" Job .office.

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§tlni Jartaj [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 25 December 1861

§tlni Jartaj THE 00TJNTEKSI&N. BT FRANK B. WILLIAMS. [The following beautiful lines were written by a private in Company G., of Stuart'e Engineer regiment, now at Camp Lesley, near Washington. In explanation of one of the verses of the poem, it is ri ght to state that white rags are frequently scattered along the sentinel's post on a dark ni g ht to mark his beat:] ALAS ! the weary hours pass slow, The night is very dark and still, And in the marshes far below I hear the bearded whip-poor-will; I scarce can see a yard ahead, My ears are strained to catch each sound—I hear the leaves about me shed, And the springs bubbling through the ground. Along the beaten track I pace, Where white rags mark my sentry's track ; In formless shrubs I seem to trace The foeman's form, with bending back ; I think I see him crouching low— '¦ I stop and list—I stoop and peer, Until the neighboring hillocks grow To groups of soldiers, far and near. With ready piece I wait and watch, Until ...

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§tlni ffellainj;. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 25 December 1861

§tlni ffellainj;. HOW TO EAEN A HOME. A STORY FOR THE EARS TIKIS. The other evening I came home with an extra ten-dollar bill in my pocket-^-money that I had earned by out-of-doors work.— The fact is, I'm a clerk' in a down-town store, at a salary of $600 per annum, and a pretty wife and baby to support out of it. I suppose this income will sound amazingly small to your two or three thousand dollar office-holders, but, nevertheless, we contrive to live very comfortably upon it. We live on one floor of an unpretending little house, for which we pay $150 per annum, and Kitty, my wife, you'll understand, does all her own work; so that we lay up a neat little sum every year. I've got a balance of two or three hundred dollars at the savings-bank, the hoard of several years, and it is astonishing how rich I feel I Why, Rothschild himself isn't a circumstance to me 1 Well, I came home with my extra bill, and showed it triumphantly to Kitty, who, of course, was delighted with my indus...

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Intemperance. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 25 December 1861

Intemperance. Can nothing be done to check this terrible vice ? Drinking houses line the streets of our cities and villages. In many places the drinking habits once banished from the family table and the social parties are being restored. Drunkenness infests the halls of legislation, the quarters of the officers, and the barracks and tents of our soldiers. Drunken men reel at the corners, polluting the pure air of heaven with their breath.— Thousands of homes , which might and should be the abodes of bliss, are impoverished and made wretched b y drunkeness. From the same cause our jails^ penitentiaries and alms-houses are crowded. Its effects are seen upon all classes and conditions of men/—Is it not time to make one united attempt to rescue those who are drunkards and to protect those who are not. No less than four thousand seven hundred and thirty applications for admission to the New York Inebriate Asylum are now on file, from different States of the Union , from foreign ...

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