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TO INVALIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

TO INVALIDS. Dr. WHITTLESEY'S next professional visit to Waynesburg, will be made on Monday and Tuesday, 13th and 14th days of January. Official Booms at the Greene House, with remedies entirely new. Dr. WHITTLESEY cures the- following comp laints, viz: Diseases of the Throat, Lungs, Heart, Liver, Stomach, Dropsy—also, all diseases of the Blood, such as Scrofula, Erysip ilas , Cancer. Fever Sores, Nervous Derangements, and all other complicated Chronic Complaints. All forms of Female Weakness and Difficulties attended to with unparalleled success. Denial.—Dr. S. S. PATTON, Main street, Waynesburg, Pa., attends to all branches of the Dental profession, unless advertised, in this paper, for other points.

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

MASON. SLIDELL , EUSTIS AND MACFARLAND are surrendered to Great Britain, but we are comforted b y the opinion of the National Intelligencer that the long-vexed question of the ri g ht of search (as we ourselves proposed, some days since.) is settled with their surrender. If this be so—if Great Britain means to keep the settlement in good faith, when it does not suit her interests as well as when it does—the surrender need cause little regret. They are, as individuals, of no more consequencethan a thousand others of their rebel associates, and can do us no harm which could not be done as well by other instrumentali ties. DEATH OP JUDGE MCCLURE.—We regret to learn of the death of Hon. Wm. B. McClure, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Allegheny County, which took p lace Friday last. Judge McClure had served one full term, and, at the la6t fall election, had been chosen for a second term without opposition. He discharged the duties of his official ...

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

«R S55S5B5S^^* In tlr^BttsW OMhi TStflSiisMWsiA Kroner & Co. for benefit of their creators *e. to Vs T. t. Webb, TO*. Tsiorwnt Dm** No. 1 lilt Term, 1841: • * JB| And now towlti-DtjwmW 1», 18«1. »«*¦« UBI»r Wm. T. E. WebbTisq., ssstnee - (MM* ^ESBsOTconfiniied snowhsfs feaiAnce of five buafrei and iKrtj-nine dollars awl eleven cents, *58» Kin accountant's hands, and 8armiel Montgomery, Ma., appointed auditor to dmuibute balance in aceounta»»Y bands. fly the Court, _ • t S. A. WORLKY, Prothonotarj. I will attend to the duties of the abor* appointsasat at >h« oflce of Buchanan sc Lindsay, in Wayneslsjra on the hut Saturday in January, 18flJ. SAM BEL MOftTGOMErTT, AtrdilarY Jan. 1, 1861. OREElfE COPST1T, an. Henry Sharpneck Hn the Court of Common Head ft vs. > said County of June Term, 1M1, Benjamin All man, ) No. 104. Ejectment tor a lot of ground situate on|Main strict, in the borough of Camiicbaels, bounded by lots of Was. Crawford's heirs on tbe north, by ...

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SMnniBcnd Frenoh 8oldien. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 8 January 1862

SMnniBcnd Frenoh 8oldien. It »iirteresting in our present strugg le to redlr to the beginning of the ijkj)l$»ry carper and the preparatory ejateejatioB . receiyed by the most re-$&r*f>d captajDj. and commanders, tttriagr (tat) vara of the first quarter of t£u century. Every one is familiar wrth the early history of Napoleon and of Wellington. The following information concerning their extemporises .shows how few of theni ^secived..any scientific military eduaation, their talents and genius being *»y«&ied in actions on the fields ofbattiVc AUGEJLBAU: Scarcely educated; he enlisted as a volunteer in the rank and file. '- 3itTjCHSR: No military education. BEBTHIES: Military engineer; h e lPMt^lways in the etas, never com-^¦¦riing troops. BssEttKEs: Hairdresser; enlisted •MMHslanteer in the rank and file. 'BJWMHST: Prom military school at Bri|ssH|e, he entered the cavalry; he <j»mk considered, with Massena, next to Kapolaon. BEKNADOTTE : No military...

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

ran 1862. < rUrmtrmeH JULMAIVACS. ¦ tXAM.iW*t received a farce lot of Pttlamagh AljermSema for iS6U priof£j|ent.. Cewury Store-||^^»Kui? piuv Steak Books, ^ Toy Books , ,. . . , . . 1« gam Variety. Vatut ana Can Paper, ¦ Ipvalapas, Pens, Ink, Pencils, Slates, dec, .._;, constantly on hand. rJ»W8PAPERS AND MAGAZINES ¦ ffiW J*2L_G 5j e him a call at the eld stand, WW*B» ASSOCIATION , 'tJtotAPWfHIA-for the RMtf ef the tXU and >X > JjMatseaafd , aJScted sHta Virulent and Carsufc EjaaBn aai,asid ea»snial»» Disaases of the Sexual Orj bj^^T^i^^^^roi 'safJattrUL' WEAsUIBBS. aad. other Diseases of the shsnsaJ Oanana, and on tbe NEW REMEDIES en ¦ JnanajJa tin Piepenjar y, jant in sealed letter envel n^fflBiEUTfiloVGirfoJi. Howard Association. '-. >p.l Booth Ninth Kant, Philadelphia, Pa. ..ih^afcmwe. •irlfr.atOOT A9W SHOE SHOP! tlBCAPRR THAN THE CHEAPEST! . »,>»: ¦ If. W. THOMPttO* .«0aUMa«MssM4M*aar Re««a»d8tae Shop in tbe »*m\mM**?3 '\*ft Jl****'* »y wl...

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

JPMMIBPal^^fcii^WsKHsWMPWPyy ¦; j ^^^g^aaS^gs^S^O^ jS^Si^i^^^f^ * SJjsmnBwS. danaEfennSMi ssBesrBjBBnmBj aa-—JS' SBB. 4*mns>cfc £ ^ ' lBa^^ r*^ji^^^uajVAj^^^BAUau^ansfai^BBfesBnaa *f. M> jVuBCKIXBlan^ ¦AflSCT«TREKT, PITTSftSROB, P A. jwcsf w ^eji .^., jm sJ ^m^& , xxSrtfcxT JXJIM * , CASSIJKERES , CLOTHS, KDFLJUTJTKIK , YELLOWFLJIMWEL8 , BRET "JUlJfM'ELS. In addition to the above, we are elosf f oat our entire stock at reduced prices for cash par inoney. Ttaewekesitt he found one of the best and mlleslin thecity. fuSept. 11,1861—Cm. WALL PAPER, 'XTVT'laa.c&o-vcr wntiwrty, EVERY VARIETY-LOWEST PRICES. JOHH J. D1Z0UCHE, .It WOOD STREET. CORNER >™amjJlQB pA Green and Buff Oil Cloth for Blinds. Cord, Tassels, and Curtain Trimmings of every description. Also, a fine assortment of GUt Cornices. Sept. 11,1861. A. V. SCOTT. W. H. STUBOEOK. N. V. Wautaa, SCOTT, STUHGBON & CO., Importers and Jobbers in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC And manufacturers of al...

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

'-pr^lW^S^WWN^r. T ' TSV '".'>' ft-Tir^TfTST?*—T. *" "t T^TTTW: ' X- ,PS)WJ*s * . ' 1 ' PlllOit jinri STSAM sSirlrttD CA1DT MA4tnFACTOft¥, WBOLBSALE MALCB III Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, Pickles, Preserbet, Sardines , cj-e. 1ST I.IBJBRTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Having a large connection with importing (reaaes, Eatt, 1 am prepared to furnish Country Dealers with a large assortment of Foreign Fruits as they arrive in their season, on equally as good terms as they can buy else. Where. I am now receiving s new crop of Oranges. Lemons, Figs', Dates, Raisins, Primes, Plums, Currants and everp description of Nuts. Also, Fresh Peaches in Oans of a superior quality, Pickles, Preserves, Olive, Oils, Catsaps, Ac-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 nry Cough Candy. It is not surpassed in the Country is the cure of Coughs an...

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

IBHSflBnli ^HjwttuLStlfttwS. rUfljifflWlS^ ' bi B^^ioir^i ,'.; NO. 74 MARKET STREET, WTTBrJtmOH, PA., TTiSjBst received a large assortment of JH Beautiful all Wool Delaines, Magnificent Silk Robes, Velvet Flannels, Rich Silk Robe*, Very Cheap. Handsome Black and Fancy Drass Bilks, BteUa and ether Shawls, Needs: Work, Collars and : Sets very cheap. Toweling Sets less than half price, . CasW» »nd Woe) Flannels, all colors, Bleached and Unbleached Shirting and Sheeting. Prints, Ginghams, and Cheeks, Balmoral and Hoop Skirts; Hosiery, Gloves, and Mitts of all kinds selling very ow far cash. Get. 9,1861:6m. CHESAPEAKE BAY OYSTERS. ELI YOUNG, AT THE CORNUCOPIA, NO. 40 FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA., "ITT"ILL be receiving daily, throughout .^B jW YY the season, fresh CHESAPEAKE JBfUaV BAY OYSTERS, FISH, GAME, *e.,/rV7 V^ which he will furnish at lowest marketV ' ^S> rates to Hotels, Restaurants and private families.— Oysters by the single Can or less. Oct. 9, l861:Iy. Fifth A...

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

SA——.zagng'rT - _ . _'awiasMaa-'s a; .'jjgg"^" ^^^^WT^aajPfaflBr^^^r^Fle: 1BJ*faBHBHBJp^P^PrrT ' ".^¦kw ^ iflsM^^^Bd ^^^eW^taaamu n^^n eeW^ ICr^la'vr^vriesouri; tn Allison's HaW, oiposlte M.^aVi ^a«rfca^ e* ThM*lay evehfht of each weefcAtT+tiMvak. Orn« ^ DAVID BUCHANAN, P. G. [?; \?t%lgB$; J. F. TEMPLE, Sec'y. B. F. HsmiNoTOH, Trees. W. A. POBTEE, Chaplain. Nev. 6,18S1. 3STE3^7V GOODS AT MINOR & CO.'S ¦ i i ———¦ ¦ » ¦**¦->¦*** a- —— ¦ ¦ --— THE Farmers' and Mechanics' Exchange are now opening a very large andjrvell selected stook of FAIX AND WINTER DRY GOODS, Which hare been purchased on such terms as will enable them to sell at LOW ER PRICES than ever. LADIES'DRESS GOODS In endless variety. Their stocfc of Silks, Merinoes Plain and Figured Detains, Plaids, Grey Goods; in shor every description of Ladies' Wear is large. A supply o, FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS. Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers, Bonnet Velvets and Silks. axouBjraira GOODS, &c. Ill', millm...

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

; SeastdaWF^^witt ¦ »•¦ ¦ • ¦ I 'I . <»SJ«<si» ' r ,,. | ,, JR.. K. CArMPgBEJbsb, Having just received a largo stook of goads Irani the Eastern cities, which he is determined to sell as low as ' any other establishment in Waynesburg, for cash or aood produce, consisting in goods of the following: X>Zt."S- OrOOSS, Clothes, Casimeres, Buffalo, Cord, 8hawsj, Ticking Blankets, Flanne.», Lindseys, Drilling, Canton Flannels, Check, Under Shirts and Drawers, Silks , Ginghams, Merinos, Alpackas, Cashmeres, Faramettoes, Cobonrgs, of all colors, Delaines, and Plaids, Lavella, Cloths, Debages, Hosiery and Gloves of all kinds Mohair Caps, Collars, Fringes, Silk and Tabby velvet, all kinds of Ribbons Silk Ribbons, Camhrick, Swiss Mull, Jackonets, Figured and plain Muslin. And many other articles to tedious to mention in advertisement, 200 pieces of Calicoes, 200 pieces of Brown and Bleached muslins, Ladies Cloaks , a beautiful article Ladies Skirts. :raCu^.M>xy\A.nE...

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

MANHOOD,! j^ ^ is\m$im»^im^ mi»mBS JusCPublished , in a Sealed Envelop*.* A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TBEAXMfHT AND RADICAL CUKE OF SPEftMiTtlrlrtHC«ai or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Involuntary Emissions , producing impotency Consumption and Mental and Physical Debility. By KOBEET J. CULVERWELL , M. D., The important fact that the awful conseutmnfes oi self-abase may be effectually removed without Inter, nal medicines or tbe daageroas appiicatioB#«fcau-t ics, instruments, medicated bougies, aad other impera cal devises, is here clearly demonstrated , and be enirely new and highly suecessfal treatment! as adopted1 by the celebrated authur lully explained", w means of which every one is enabled to cure himself pertecrty, and at the least possible cost, thereby avoidtog all the advertised nostrums of the day. This lactase will prove a boon to thousands and thousands. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ddress, post paid, on the reecipt of two postage sta...

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 15 January 1862

SSJSS—S SSSSSSS——e^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^SS» THE WAYNESBURG MESSENGER, PUBLISHED BY B. W. JONES & JAMES S. JENNINGS , AT WAYNESBURG, GREENE CO., PA. ETOFFICB NEABLT OPPOSITE THE PUBLIC BdVARE.^n —______—- lj S» • «> " »' ' ' " ' - ¦ aaiasaa* 8uBSC«lPTlf.N —81 SO in advance; SI 75 at the expiration ofaix months; 82 00 within the year; S2 SO , after the expiration of the year. . AMBBTISISBXTS inserted at «1 00 per square for ] threa insertions, and 2Scent8 a square for each addition- i al insertion; (ten lines or less counted a square.) I [ Ty A liberal deduction made to yearly advertisers. Jp-JoB PsKTiso.of all kinds, executed in the best style, and on reasonable terms, at the "Messenger" Job office.

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« * - - . FLEEING TO GOD. j [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 15 January 1862

« * - - . FLEEING TO GOD. j §tlni Jflitaj, «s> Under the shadow of Thy wing, my Father ! Till life's calamities be overpast, I In that sure refuge let my spirit gather Strength to bear calmly on unto the last. j Be merciful to me,—for thoughts that crush : me, i Lie like an incubus upon my breast, Only thy voice, Omnipotent, can hush me Into the quiet eve of seeming rest. Oh ! what is life but one long, long endurance, Of this dull heavy weigh' on heart and brain ? ' ¦! Speak to my spirit—speak the strong assur- i ance That nothing Thou ordainest is in vain. ' Trembling amid the turmoils of exisience, j Oh I let me grasp a more than mortal arm : Father! my Father! be not at a distance ' When eanh's dark phantoms Thy weak child alarm. Under Thy shadow, fear cannot appal me, If in the Rock of Ages surely hid ; Under Thy shadow ! harm cannot befall me . If thou, All-wise, All-merciful, forbid .' ' Nearer to Thee, my Saviour! my Redeemer ! In Heaven, on earth, whom hath...

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A Touching Incident. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 15 January 1862

A Touching Incident. A day or two ago, a volunteer, about to join his regiment, advertised that he would take letters for his comrades of the same regiment. He received a great many letters and packages containing small donations from loved ones at home. It was interesting to observe the throng as they came . and, dropping their affectionate donations, weht'on their way happier. There were old, young, and middle-aged, fathers and mothers to sons, and sisters to brothers. There was one, however, who attracted more attention than the rest. She was a girl of some seventeen summers, scantily but neatly dressed, and but for the care which marked every feature of her countenance , would have been termed prettv. "This letter," said she to the lady who received her, "is for my brother. "Will it reach him, do you think?" "It will, certainly." "I am so glad. There is a dollar in it, madam, for my brother. It is a small sum to send him, (and the tears filled her eyes,) but it is my las...

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A Touching Incident. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 15 January 1862

A Touching Incident. The humanizing influences of the greatest of all the virtues was thrillingly exemplified in a circumstance which occurred near Sedalia, Missouri, on the night of 9th instant, the particulars of which have been communicated to us by a gentleman well known in this city, who happened to be present at the time. Sedalia in the terminus of the Pacific railroad, a*d a military point of the Federal army, under the command of General Steel, an accomplished officer of the regular service. A short timesince he learned that Ebenezer Magoffin, a brother of our Governor and a Colonel in Price's rebel army, was stealthily ly ing around his own premises, going in Occasionally to see his wife, who was exceedingly and dangerously ill with the jaundice, and at the same time anticipating a confinement, which had been terribly protracted some six or seven weeks.— Upon the day mentioned, General Steel dispa tched one of Colonel Magoffin's own political friends to him, inviting ...

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Losses in Battles. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 15 January 1862

Losses in Battles. At the battle of Areola , the Austrians lost in killed 18.000 men ; the French 15,000. At Hohenlinden the Austrian loss was 14,000 ; the French 9,000. At Austerlitz, the Allies, out of 80, 000- -men, lost 30,000 in killed, wounded and prisoners; the French onl y (!) 12,000. At Jena and Auerstadt the Prussians lost 30 , 000 men, killed and wounded, and nearly as many prisoners, making nearly 60,000 in all; and the French 14, 000 in killed and wounded. At the terrific battle of Eylau, the Russians lost 25.000 men, killed and wounded ; and the French 30,000. At Friedland, the Russian loss was 17, 000 in killed and wounded ; the French loss 8,000. At Wagram the Austrians and French lost each 25,000 men, or 50,000 in all, in killed and wounded. At Smolensko the French loss was 17, 000 men; that of the Russians 10,000. At Borodino, which is said to have been "the most murderous and obstinately fought battle on record," the French lost in killed wounded and priso...

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Death from IntemoerancB. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 15 January 1862

Death from IntemoerancB. A shocking case of death from intemperance and exposure occurred in Pitt tp., near the mouth of Four Mile Run, on Monday nig ht. A party of Irish, of the lower class, met at a house in the nei ghborhood, to raffle for turkeys, the proceeds of which were for the benefit of the widow of Lenox Rea. Among those present were Mathias Davis and his wife Ann Jane, both of whom became very drunk , and started for home between ei ght and nine o'clock. On Tuesday morning Mrs. Davis was found in the run, frozen to death—her clothing scattered about her, the body almost nude and exhibiting numerous bruises. The Coroner being absent, Alderman Donaldson undertook the case, and after hearing some witnesses, committed Davis to jail until this morning, when other witnesses were to be examined. In the- meantime , a post mortem examination was made ; and it was clear her death had not been caused b y violence. The bruises had doubtless been received by re-: peated falli...

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* ¦ m m » ¦ ¦ ¦ i ¦ Carolina Suffering as She Ought. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 15 January 1862

* ¦ m m » ¦ ¦ ¦ i ¦ Carolina Suffering as She Ought. i xneiacts given in the letters rej ceived from correspondents in South ! Carolina, indicate a terrible condition | of affairs in that wretched State.— j Ruin and dismay reign from the | seaboard to the mountains. The poi litical, social and financial ruin which j South Carolina sought to bring upon I the country has first overtaken ner-: self. The plantation lords of the sea ! islands and the coast—the richest ; part of the State—have fled in terror; | the business and commercial portion i of the State's only large city is in ! ashes; a great part of the poor i whites—and these ¦ constitute the j bulk of the white men in the State—| refuse to fi ght; the slaves of the seal board—the densest slave section in I the State—are virtually freed and in anarch y; while this element isevery i where looked upon with distrust.— ! The entire coast, from forty miles ' . below to forty miles above Port Eoy-; al, is deserted by its white ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 15 January 1862

tSJapesuurg "gusmtss Curbs. ATTomreYS. J. A. J. BUCHAKAN." WM. C. LlSDSEV. ! BTTOHAWABf &. UVDSE7, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, ; 'Waynesbnrff, Pi. I Office on the Nortli side of Main street, two doors i West of tbe "Republican" Office. Jan. 1, 1862. — j A. A.rVRMlK. J Q. HITCH IE. j PURMAN & RITCHJE, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS At LAW, \ Waynesbmrg, Pa. C7-A11 business in Greene, Washington, and Fayette Counties, entrusted to the in, will receive prompt attention. Sept. 11,1861—ly. K. W. DOWNEY, Attorney and Counsellor al Law. Office in Led- I with' * Building, opposite the toartHouse. | Sept. 11,1861—ly. I DAVID CRAWFORD, j Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Office in Bayers' BnMinr, adjoining the Post Office. Sept. 11,18ol—ly. ^ a. A. BLACK. JOHN PHELAM. j BLACK & PHELAN, J ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. j Office hi the Court House, Way net burg. Sept. II, 1861—IT. I

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