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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

(fr^^^Two ' C^ -~~— ¦# _?*»• WJU- I. BO- M, FITT8*~OH STIAM REFINED CANDY MANUFACTORY, WHOLESALE DEAUtB IM' Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, Pickles, Preserves, Sardines, cpc. 187 LIBERTY STKEET, PITTSBURGH , PA. Having a large connection with importing houses . East, lam piepared to furnish Country Dealers with a large assortment of Foreign Fruits as they arrive in their season, on equally as good terms as tluy can buy elsewhere. I am tow receiving a new crop of Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Dales, Raisins, Primes, Plums, Currants and everp description of Nuts Also, Fresh Peaches in Cansofasuperior quality. Pickles, Preserves, Olive, Oils, Catlaps, &c. Common Fancy and Crystalized Candies, manufactured from the best of materials, and will be sold at the lowest prices. 1 would call special attention to niy Cough Candy. It is not surpassed in the Country for the cure of Coughs and Colds. TRY IT. February Z7, 1861—no 36. V- YEAGER & CO , No. IIO Market Street, PITTSBURG...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

¦lUIHIM.* UBIBM WrWl.toToToy ~ __ *-4_5* __; MSBT in Waynesburg, ss Allison' * Bull, opposite the Court House, on Thursday evening of each week, at 7t o'clock. OFFICERS: DAVID BUCHANAN , P. O. \ ?[ f" p^ ' ^ c ' J. F. TKKVUE, Sec'y. B. F. IIEKRINOTON , Treas. w. A. PoR-gn , Chaplain. Nev. 6,18fil. N"-a -—T GOODS AT HI NOB & CO.'S THE Farmers' and Mechanics' Exchange are now opening a very large and well selected stook of FALL A NO WINTER DRY GOODS, Which have been purchased on such terms as will enable them to sell at LOWER PRICE;,than ever. LADIES' DRESS GOODS In endless variety. Their stock ef Silks, Jlerinoes Plain and Figured Delains, Plaids, Grey Goods; in shor every description of Ladies' Wearis large. A supplyo FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODs! Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers , Feathers, Bonnet Velvets aud tvlks. XrlO~R_fI_ tTG GOODS , &c. Mire Awni ~ 7-"n --•- . „_i,u iimm! fflfllU RUM!! Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Tweeds and everything nthe Staple and Fancy Goods L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

SeaspffaMe ftf Goods! - • ' • « .^*>* 1 - —JsT R. S.. CAMPBELL, Having just received a large stock of goods from the Eastern cities, which he is determined to sell as low as any other establishment in Waynesbur", for cash or aood produce, consisting in goods of the following: —>-=__- ->-oox>—, Clothes, Casimeres, Buffalo, Cord, Shawls, Ticking Blankets, Flanne.e, Lindseys, Drilling, Canton Flannels, Check, Under Shirts and Drawers, Silks, Ginghams, Merinos, Alpackas, Cashmeres, Faramettoes, Cobourgs, of all colors, Delaines, and Plaids, Lavel'.a, Cloths, Debages, Hosiery and Gloves of „ . , _ all kinds Mohair Caps, Collars, Fringes. Silk and Tabby velret, all kinds of Ribbons Silk Ribbons, Cambrick, Swiss Mull, Jackonets, Figured and plain Muslin. And many other artifles to tedious to mention in advertisement, 200 pieces of Calicoes 200 nieces of Brown and Bleached muslins , Lad,es CloTs , a ' heautiful article Ladies Skirts. „.„ X___3~L- »~C_______ T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

m**m**mmmmmmmmmmm | JPftf^ ^oitMwtis. j GREAT IWBWO_iS(CBS^T^ NEW FALL GOODS! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN Immense Stock of Silks, CLOAKS, ' DUSTEBS, DEESS GOODS, &c, &c. ~• ~t I 2ST _• £| , Of all the celebrated mates, from Ci cents up. I SHEETINGS AND SHIRTINGS, The most popular brands, which we retail at Whole. sale prions. Also, Flannels, Ulanketd.' CloJlis, (Cassimeres, Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans, l^ouse-Keeping Goods, Hoop Skirts, Ac. N. B. As we do a large who.'eea'e business in connection with our retail, we are able to *ell Goods at RETAIL CHEAPER than any retail li«Ufe '" th(; "VCOME AND SEE, whether you wan ' to buy or not. J. W. BARKEK * < ° NO. 59 MARKET STREET, _ , Oct. 9, 1861:3m. Pittsburgh, ?* ' gyj _. ^ a » J I M oi A gj -2' s c 3 3 £ 9s!: -A i H § fc S s f 9) „ % < % W § _ a n g I . - h nsnPi ^ a - Ik s - i 3 _ " 8 ° ~sl^ : ^ a _Hrt 1 Q ? H D ^tf I _ _=W "^jpq % _? rf S t ^ 3 g H g S 1 ^ B_J a v"9 *Oa>» W i g _f s 4 s lil n j a o^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

.. .. .. . MtA V^qotf. i, , ,.-',v «pw M »*#, ii6w' n*XTotim>< Just Published , in a Sealed Envelope .• ^l^S ?,^ 1* THE NATUBB, TRBA«WENT AND RAD1CAX CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debilily, Nervousness and Involiiinary Emissions , producing impotency Consumption and Mental and Physical Debility ByBOBERT J. CULVEBWELL , M. D., The important fact that the awful consequences ol self-abuse may b« effectually removed without inter nal medicines or the dr.ngerous applications ofcau-i ics, instruments, medicated bougies, and other imcers eal devises, is here clearly denionsirnted , and he enirely new and highly successful ireatnient , as adopted by thecelebratedauthur tully explained, b y uii-ans of which every one is enabled to cure himself perleclty and at the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised nostrums of lhc day. This lecture wi_ prove a boon to thousand.- and thousands. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ddresg. port...

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wi^ __, _____________« . __ _ - ,._ —_. ...» .'...¦... .. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

wi^ __, _____________« . __ _ - ,._ —_. ...» .'...¦ . . . .. A» mi|j»poq^___3 i^flfto, n larm-_ya and otaera are puttitig down their itiiter's, «tid we m&y add, their next year's •aeat, it may be of serviot to re-publish the following receipt: To one gallon of water take one and a half pound of salt, a half pound of brown sugar, a half ounce of saltpetre, and a half ounce of potash. In this ratio the pickle to be increased to any quantity desired. Let these be boiled iagether until all the dirt from th * e salt and sugar rises to the top and is skimmed <?& Then throw the pickle into a large tub to cool, and when cold, pour it over your beef or pork, to remain the usual time, say from four to six weeks, according to the size of the pieces, and the kind of * meat. The meat must be well covered with the pickle, and it should not be put down for at least two days after the killing, during which time it should be slightly sprinkled with saltpetre. The above i...

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Havelock's Crotchet. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

Havelock's Crotchet. gilnl $j$imlln% Lieutenant Colonel Wakefield, was for thirty years a companion in arms of Gen. Havelock in his Indian campaign. Gen. Havelock was a strong temperance man, and made strenuous exertions to indnce the troops under him to abstrain from all intoxicating drinks. Among other incidents, the Lieutenant Colonel relates the following striking illustration of the rapid demoralization which [strong drink brings into the army. "A curious circumstance happened to this force. The inaccessibility of the conntry made it almost impossible to carry one load of baggage more than was absolutely necessary. The consequence was, that instead of having a long train of camels, with a grog-barrel on each side of them, there were no camels and no grogbarrels—and the force entered the country without any spirit-rations. We entered that country. Among other places we had to take was a very strong place called Ghunzee. The men, after entering the place, spread to the ri...

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— »? — Gen. Scott Meeting his Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

— »? — Gen. Scott Meeting his Wife. Upon, his arrival m .fans , says a late letter, Gen. Scott was met b y Mrs. Scott, who had not seen him before for five or six years. General Scott and his wife, finding that their tempers and modes of thought were not of an amicable character, "agreed to disagree," and concluded that as they could not love each other together, they would love each other apart. Most of that time Mrs. Scott has been residing in Europe, and has always manifested intense interest in her husband's movements and welfare. At the Union breakfast given last summer at the Hotel du Louvre, and at which some of our newlyfledged ministers made such "Mug ginses" of themselves, Mrs. Scott was present, and whenever an allusion was made to the General, she seemed to be deeply affected, and once shed tears. Latterly she has manifested a greater interest than ever in her husband's career, and for two or three weeks she was so nervous and excited that it was found necessary ...

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< • m m » Romance in Oamu Life. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

< • m m » Romance in Oamu Life. A few weeks ago, a young volunteer named Joha Stewart , residing at Tyrone, Blair county, aged about twenty years, accidentally met a Miss Drennon, at Huntingdon , and "love at first sig ht" was the result. A wedding was proposed and accepted by the lady. The company was to leav^ next day, and half the ni ght was spent in a vain endeavor to find the chaplain, but that worthy turned up next morning, and the impulsive young couple were forthwith married at the station house. Their honeymoon was of short duration , for they had but a few minutes to chat together, when he was ordered to jump aboard. With a few fond and affectionate embraces, and the shedding of tears on both sides, which flowed copiously and without restraint, he was gone. He to renew his pledge to his country, in some new field of action, and she to her temporary place of residence, to mourn over the departure of her husband of but an hour.¦

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¦ — —II-I I ¦¦ ¦ «^»» > I I Gen. Sigel Neglected. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

¦ — —II-I I ¦¦ ¦ «^»» > I I Gen. Sigel Neglected. According to a private letter, says the Cincinnati Volksblatt , General Sigel seriously contemplates resigning his position as Brigadier General in the Department of Missouri , if his desire to be constituted commander of an independent body of troops of from fifteen to twenty thousand men, is not complied with—an event, it must be said, for which there is at present but little prospect of fulfillment. U nder these circumstances , he will endeavor to achieve a commanding position in some other State.— Sigel is known to be a thorough tactician, maintains excellent disci pline, is loved to an extraordinary degree by his soldiers, and is a terror to the enemy; and yet no means are taken to make those abilities and talents available. It is an everlasting shame that the most capable General of the American army is overlooked because he was not born upon American soil, and because he is too modest. S&"There are amusi...

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Late Southern News, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

Late Southern News, FORTRESS MONROE , December 24.— The steam transport Ericsson sailed for New York earl y this morning. • The flag of truce sent out yesterday afternoon, did not return till evening on account of high wind.— Thirty-two passengers were brought down, most of them ladies and children. They go to Baltimore to-ni ght. We take the following news from yesterday's papers. A dispatch dated Nashville , December 22, announce that 9;000 Federals have crossed Green river , and are marching to Hopkiusville. The Confederate force is 3.500, under Gen. Clarke, of Mississippi, but reinforcements are on their way from Clarksville. Passengers from Bowling Green say that 17,000 Federals crossed Green river on Friday. It is supposed that Bowling Green will be advanced upon from three sides simultaneously, with a force of 60,000, and that a decisive battle will be fought there. A dispatch from Savannah says that seven old whalers , of the stone fleet, were sunk in the Charleston ch...

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¦ ?«¦ IS ANYBODY HIT ? [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

¦ ?«¦ IS ANYBODY HIT ? The correspondent of the Boston Journal tells the following story : A politician who was struck pretty high at first, but who failed of success at every point, found himself, a short time since, very hard pushed for cash, and was found by the administration to be not only a very seedy individual but a very great bore.— The President endured until he could endure no longer. One day as a cabinet meeting was about to break up, the President called his Secretaries to attend to one thing more. "Gentleman" quoth he, "somethingmust be done for this man Johnson. He ain't got money enough to get out of town with, and if he had he wouldn't go—unless the rebels began to shell the place. He's got to be maintained somehow ; now what d'ye say ?" Mr. Seward shook his head. Mr. Chase had nothing. Mr. Blair had long since disposed of the subject. Mr. Smith had no employment; so every body turned to the War Secretary for an answer to the President's question. "Well," said...

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A Fortunate Kig*. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

A Fortunate Kig*. The following pretty little stOify is narrated b y Frederika Bremer , who vouches for its truthfulness: In the University of Upsula , in Sweden, lived a young student , a noble youth, with a great love for studdies, but without the means of p«m> ing them. He was poor, and without connections. Still he studied, living in great poverty, but keeping* a cheerful heart , and trying to look at the future, which looked BO grimly at him. His good humor and excellent qualities made him beloved by MB young comrades. One day he waa standing with some of them in the great square of Upsula, prattMng away an hour of leisure, when the attention of the young men became arrested by a young and elegant lady, who, at the side of an elderly one, was slowly walking over the p lace. It was the only daughter- of the Governor of Upsula, living ra the city, and the lady with her waa the governess. She was generally known for her goodness and gentleness Of character, and looked...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

THE WAYNESBURG MESSENGER , PUBLISHED BY & W. JOKES & JAMES S. JENNINGS, AT WAYNESBURG, GREENE CO., PA. — - ¦ * * » - B3-OVFICB SKARI.T OPPOSITE THE PUBLIC SQ,XJARE. ^cn — ¦ ¦¦ ii i 4SI»> ' wa®sua a fMKMiTKn.-tl SO in advance; SI 75 at the ex-¦ fepftai of six months; Si 00 within the year; 83 90 aftarute expiration of the year. ' JSbvsamsentaiiTS inserted at SI 00 per square for tta» insertions, and S5 cents a square for each additional UrMrlion; (ten lines or less counted a square.) J*? A liberal deduction made to yearly advertisers. -Jpa PaiNTixo, of all kinds, executed, in the best 'and on reasonable terms, at the "Messenger" Job

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

IMPm.ttg ACT HAMfaSB. SAMUEL M'ALLISTER , ¦ addle, Harness and Trunk Maker, Main street, tbnt* tarn west ef the Adams Boise. ¦ ^"• w- fr

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

SX9?X==!3BSBHHB5^^^=5=^ ^ : ^r , _ v __.___ 9AMm , F&WERS' & DROVERS' BANK," Wayastlmri, P*. JSaSR HOOK, Pres't. J. LAZBAB, Cashier. DiaCOUHT DAT, WBBHBSOiT--i fflM'r1 -"^-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

BOOKS &c. LEWIS DAY, Deahria School aad Miscellaneous Books, Stationary, Ink, ¦afaxines and Papers, Wilson's Old Build-BAMam stack. Seat. 11,1861—ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

OlMJOBKMS j k VAMBTIBS ^ JOSEPH YATER, Baaler in Groceries and Confectioneries, Notions, Majiicrnea , Perfumeries, Liverpool Ware, fcc, Glass of •ILsixes. and Gilt Moulding aad Looking Glass Plates. KrCaah paid for good eating Apples. Jena. U. 1861-ly. _ . "" ..' ¦ JOHNMUNNELL, Waaler la Groceries and Confeetionaries, and Variety OjMjda CMeratt/i Wikwa's New Building, Main street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

BOT>T AHD SHOE PB ALBRS J TD. COSGRAY; Boot and Shoe maker, Main street, nearly opposite) the "Farmer's and Drover'B Bank." Every style of Been and Shoes constantly on hand or made to order. Sept-. 11. 1861-ly. J. B. RICKEY , Baotand Shoe maker, Sayer's Corner, Main street. Boots and Shoes of every variety always on hand or straw to order on short notice. Sept. 11, lSBl—ly-

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