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MAB8HAL MU1D00I. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

MAB8HAL MU1D00I. The Senior Editor has just irteadnd a term of the U. S; District Court at Pittsburgh, where he bad the pleasure of meeting quite a number of his brethren of the quill from the Western and Northern counties. In common with all who have made his acquaintance in a private or official way, we have been very favorably impressed with the manly aud courteous bearing of Marshal MURDOCH, and it affords us pleasure to testify to his admirable fitness for the position he has been called to fill. Though a political opponent, we are too just to deny him a liberality of sentiment and practice which, we regret to say, has rarely characterized the incumbents of the office. If the Government is as well and faithfully, and honestly served by all its employees as by Mr. MURDOCH, there will be no complaints of inefficiency or want of integrity.

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• APEEDIOTIOK. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

• APEEDIOTIOK. The Chicago Times predicts that within thirty days, .if the President shall stand firm in his present position—and we think he will—the Republican press will throw off all disguise, and assail him as ferociously as it has assailed other men who have thwarted their wild schemes.

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f ram ©mmpribmiz [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

f ram ©mmpribmiz HARRISBURG, Friday, Jan. 10, 1862. MESSRS. EDITORS : The State Legislature met on Tuesday—thetSouse at 12'M., and the Senate at 3 P. M. The Senate organized by the election of LEWIS W. HALL, of Blair, Speaker, and GEO. W. HAMMERSLEY, of Philadelphia, Clerk. The Democratic Senators voted for Dr. E. D. CRAWFORD, of Juniata county, for Speaker, and Gen. W*. H. MILLER, of Dauphin, for Clerk. Iu the House, as was anticipated, the Republicans and Union Democrats united, and the result was the election of one of the latter, JOHN ROWK, of Franklin county, (former Democratic Surveyor General,) Speaker, and the re-election of E. H. RAUCH, Republican, Clerk. The regular Democratic members voted for WM. HOPKINS, of Washington county, for Speaker, and JACOB ZEIGLER, of Butler, for Clerk —Mr. Hopkins receiving 45 and Mr. Zeigler 46 votes. Mr. Hopkins voted for Thos. H. Duffield, of Philadelphia. The subordinate officers appear to be all Republicans. In the House petitions...

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Markets by Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

Markets by Telegraph. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 17.—JSoon.— Flour in demand; sales 1,000 bbls. extra family at $6,25 extra at $5,75 and superfine at $5,25@6,30. Eye flour dull at #3,75, and corn meal at $3. Wheat dull and less firm; sales 4,000 bush, red at $1,37 and white at 81.45@150. Eye steady at 73c.— Corn steady at 58 £c. Oats unchanged; sales 8,000 bush. Penna. at 38 Je. Provisions dull; sales of mess pork at $12,50 and lard at 8c. No change in groceries.

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TEA0HEBS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

TEA0HEBS' INSTITUTE. The Teachers of Greene County are requested to meet in Waynesburg, on Tuesday, January 30th, at 7 o'clock, P. M., for the organization of a permanent COUNTY INSTITUTE. The exercises will continue until 2 o'clock, P. M. on Saturday. Teachers of Greene County, will you respond to this call? The object is to organize, for your good, an association which shall be under your own control. I will make all necessary arrangements for the first meeting and will do all in my power to render it interesting and profitable. The exercises will consist of class-drills, essays, discussions, &c. Among others, the following questions suggest suitable topics for discussion : 1. What exercises are most appropriate for the close of a school term ? 2. Should the rod be entirely banished from the school ? 3. Do not the pupils in our common schools begin to read too soon ? 3. Should pupils study silently, or "in a whisper !" In some townships the Directors express a willin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. DR. THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will send to all who wish it (free of charge,) the reci|ie and full directions for making and using a beautiful vegetable Balm, that will effectually remove PIMPLES, BLOTCHBS, TAB, FBECKLBS, sec, fcc, leaving the skin siuootb, clean and beautiful ; also, full directions for using PBLATBIAU'S CEMEBBATEO STIMULANT, warranted to start a full growth of Whiskers, or a Mustache, in less than thirty days. Either of the above caa be obtained by return mail, by addressing (with stamps tor return postage,) Dr. THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Practical Chemist, 831 Broadway, New York. Jan M—2m. THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF A SUFFERER.—Published as a warning, and for Uie es pseial benefit ot Young Mea and those who surfer with Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Premature Decay, fcc, tut, etc., by one who has cured himself by simple means, after being put to great expense and inconvenience, throagh the ass of worthless medicines prescribed.by learned Doctors. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

GREEME COVNTY, as: IN the matter of the settlement of the account of Jesse Lazear and John Pbeian, Esqrs., Administrators of Remembrance H. Liadsey, dee'd, No. 4 December Term, 1861. ^ SSBBBx And now, to-wit: December 19, 1M1, ac-PJRW count presented for confirmation and allow-^BBMS * aner, from which it appeais there is a balance in accountants' bands of eight thousand one hundred and eighty-five dollars and fifty-three cents, 18, :8S 53. Same day exceptions filed, and accountants and counsel for exceptants make choice of A. A. Purman, Esq., as Auditor. Whereupon the Court appoint Mr. Purman as Auditor to investigate the exceptoias filed and report the facts. By the Court. D. A. WORLEY, Clerk. I will attend to the duties of the above appointment at my office, in Waynesburg, on Thursday, the SOth day of February next, 184*, where all persons may attend who are interested. A. A. PURMAN, Waynesburg, Jan. «. Aud'tor. OFFICIAL NOTICE.—QUABTKEMASTKB GESTEBASI'S OFFICE, WASHINGTON CITY,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

AiadjristrUor 's Sato BY virtue of aa Order or- the Orphans ' Count ol Grease County, the BBaesBlffssT ssdaBmssnsSors of its) estate of THOMAS LUCAS, dse'd, willasness to sale by paMie auction, oa the premises) , on TaeasUty, the 11th d»y of February, UM, a tract of tend, situate in Cumberland township, adjoining lands of lienry Sharpnack, Uriah RiMbast, other lands of deceased, and others, containing lad .A-Oxmra, more or leas, which has erected thereon a two story dwelling house, tog barn and other outbuildings, has an apple orcharJ, ts well watered sad timbered, and well adapted to agncakaral purpose*. ALSO, On the same day, on the premises, a tract of bud adjoining that above-mentioned, Henry Bharpattk, Uriah Rinehart, and others, containing 131 ACMES. more or less, and has a frame house and sssMearacstd thereon, and is well watered and timbered. ALSO, On Wednesday, I*th of February, tbtttt On the premises, a tract of land adjoining the boigugB of Carmichaeis, Henry Jamison, J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

r .~ $W> , At the residence of his son, in Morris tp., Washington co., Pa., on Wednesday morning, Nov. 20th, 1861, PHILIP MISTON, in the SOth year of his age.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

fflse JSsJ snsmirUsg aad ' tiie lasting c^ttth 6f atJilstic sjrorte is, that tlftv t»**t*MB«Wt nepseiiai l>«rdAop4 eaufcUMAe, aad pluck; and a show ofreaf pluck is immensely dear to the British heaet. Jt is the pluck of Ii»»»l Palmerstais that makes BO ttDomgavn appeal to the people. ^ Tb»j greet BarJ Bussel with a cheer Who remember the testimony of one %jPte iriends, to the effect that he was plucky enough to say he would take command of the Channel Fleet fee *. Iwurs notice. This is really OM of the feelings stirring in the bo-IMRRf Of ft mob when it cheers or Kwett under the gallows. The bwtglwdeteet a coward under any circumstances, and would willingly hug a man who can die game even OB the scaffold. One of the most jkttrtilar books written for years, PV* Brown, is sq,becauseofitsplucktness, its out>of-doof feeling, its heartiness, and robust Snglish character. ©txXrf our manliest preachers of muscular Christianity, too, has been vx«ry appropriately called ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

vm. ist>2. nrriBVatGH ALMAMACS. LEWIS DAY U" AS just received a large let of Pittsburgh «.!- V? manacs for 1861. price 4 cents. Country Store-JBSBJSM B witt be supplied by the gross or dox. at Pitts-.••jih P4*as- also, a general assortment of ' Blank Books, Toy Books, in great variety. •>ujstao4 Cap; Paper, ¦ srvelopes. Pens, Ink, PencMm Slates, etc., constantly on band. SWSPA?£SS A»0 MAGAZINES stirij->il daily. Give him a call at the eld stand, Wilson's Building, Waynesburg, Pa. ¦ Hssjr.». »«« . . ^UPWARD ASSOCIATION!, AW1.AMLPHIA—for the Relief of the Sick sad X Distressed, eficted with VrruUnt and Csrunic Jtassastt, sad eetedaUo Diseaees of the Sexual Or-£*>**¦ ¦ Medical Adrjcst gbyen Gsatis by the Acting Surgeon. . Valuable REPORTS on SPERMATORRHOEA or MaTNAL WEAKNESS, and other diseases of the lexaii Orjans.and on the NEW ilXMEDIESjem lrssjrttf hrtne WBpemary, sent in sealed letter envel ones, free of charge. Address Jrr/J. apKLm«corA|n>oN, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

:$M&W&>W KMWTAisle OOOIM PO* I8€l, J. V. Bini^lSIsD'S, MARKET STREET, ' PITTSBURGH, PA JV*ir CALICOS, JfElf OUraBAMB, JTE If BLEACHED MtrSLIJtS, A"A (f PLAID FLAJfjrELS, SATIJfETS, KEXTUCKT JEAJfS, CASHMERES. CLOTHS. RKPrLAJfJfELS, YELLOW fLAJfJfELS, BRKt FLAJfJCELS. In addition to the above, we are closing out our entire stock at reduced prices for cash par money. The stock will be found one of the heat and fullest in the city. Sept. 11,1861—6m. WALL .?.#.«?&»> 'tiTIT'laa.cAa?-**? »li«B<a.osm , EVERY VARIETY— LOWEST PRICES. JOHH J. DEZOUCHE, US WOOD STREET, CORNER *™U ^^^ Green and Buff Oil Cloth for Blinds. Cord, Tassels, and Curtain Trimmings of every description. Also, a fine assortment of GUI Cornices. Sept. 11,1861. A. Vv Scorr. W. H. STpsoEpit. N, U. WALS,SB, SCOTT, STURGEON & CO., Importer* and Jobbers in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FAxa-crs- aooDS, And manufacturers of all kinds of Looking Glasses and Children's Coaches, NO. 6...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

Wtft&tiTtth ^^fannmif ^MS jtjTWSSBSBSssBiMS^syj SBRanv ¦ ^aarnsasa-^Bs^BisBrssg^ssy^ussBsa'Ss'm !¦¦» W T. SOWN, PITTSBUBGH STEAM REPINED CANDY MANUFACTORY, WHOLESALE DEALEB IK Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, Pickles, Preserves, Sardines , jrc. 18T LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Having a luge connection with importing houses, Bast, lam 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 elsewhere. I am MOW receiving s new crop of Orangei, Lemons, Figs, Dales, Raisins, Primes, Plums, Currants and sverp description of Nuts. Also, Fresh Peaches in Oana 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 my Cough Candy. It is not surpassed in the Country fo the cure of Coughs and Colds. TRY IT. February 27, 188...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

^fttHdiHrtitl ^lit^ttfwmfff ^SBBJSesaSBBBBVBaSBBBSSSaSBBBBBBBaBB ^SBBBBSSBSJSBBS^BBBBiaBSBBBBBrV ^BBBBBBBBPSSBBBBF eg hjiiuitivE oRy GOODsTi' i _—.—¦ »w|a)> ¦ O HAW80M I.OVB, MO. 74 MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA., HAS just received a large assortmentof Beautiful all Wool Delaines. Magnificent Silk Robes, Velvet Flannels, Rich Silk Robes, Very Cheap, Handsome Black and Fancy Dress Silks , Stella and other Shawls, Needle Work, Collars and Sets very cheap. Toweling Sets less than half price, Canlou and Wool Flannels, all colors, Bleuhed and Unbleached Shirting and Sheeting. Prints, Ginghams, and Checks, Balmoral and Hoop Skilts; Hosiery, Gloves, and Mitts of all kinds selling very o w for cash. Oct. 8. 1861 ;6m. CHESAPEAKE BAY OYSTERS. ELI YOUNG , AT THE CORNUCOPIA, NO. 40 FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA., "1¥7"II.L be receiving daily, throughout ^Bkffw TV the season, fresh CHESAPEAKE ^ BSSS T!* SV BAY OYSTERS, FISH, GAME, «LC ,/Wl>^i which he will furnish at lowest mark...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

/^LaTasL ' * ¦> ^M|, MEET in Waynesburg, in Allison's Hall, opposite the Court House, on Thursday evening of each week, at 71 o'clock. OrncKBs: nivinniifiiiVAM P a f H. L. BARNES, N. G. DAVID BUCHANAN, P. G. JT j PORTER, V. G. J. F. TEMPLK, Sec'y. B. F. HEBBINOTOH, Trees. W. A. PoBTsa, Chaplain. Nev. 6,1861. UNTIE :^JV GrOODS AT MINOR & CO.'S , . ¦ m m m . THE Farmers' and Mechanics' Exchange are now opening a very large and well selected itook of F.4UL ASD WINTER DRY GOODS, 'Which have been purchased on such terms as will enable them to sell at LOWER PRICES than ever. LADIESDRESS GOODS In endless variety. Their stock of Silks, Merinoes Plain and Figured Delains, Plaids. Grey Goods; inshor every description of Ladies' Wearislarge. Asupplyo PASfilONABLE MILLINERY GOODS! Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers, Bonnet Velvets and Silks. Bgo uRimro GOODS , &C. HEl'S WEAR! BESS fflllll Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Tweeds and everything h the Staple and Fancy Good...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

SmmiWiky Gwfal R. K. CAMPBELL, Having Just received a large stock of goods from the Eastern cities, which he is determined to sell as low aa any other establishment in Waynesburg, for cash or aood produce, consisting in goods ofthe following: xnnr GOODS . Clothes, Casimeres, Buffalo, Cord, Shawls, Ticking Blankets, Flanne.e, Lindseys, Drilling, Canton Flannels, Check, Under Shirts and Drawer), Silks, Ginghams, Merinos, Alpackas, Cabhineres, Paramettoes, Cobourgs, of all colors, Delaines, and Plaids, Lavel.a, Cloths, Debages, Hosiery and Gloves of all kinds Mohair Caps. Collars, Fringes, Silk and Tabby velvet, all kinds of Ribbons Bilk Ribbons, Cambrick, Swiss Mall, Jackonets, Figured and plain Muslin. And many other articles to tedious to mention in advertisement, 200 pieces of Calicoes, 300 pieces of Brown and Bleached muslins, Ladies Cloaks, a beautiful article Ladies Skirts. n:-a.ni>xv-a.n.E: , Mill and Cross cut Saws, Stilyards, Knives and Forks Table and tea Spoons, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 22 January 1862

,- .*. AH HOOD l t BOW .BdrgT, HOW RjESTORfcO Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope .-A LEGTURB PM THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RADICAL CURB OP SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal Weakness, Selnal Debility, Nervousness and Involuntary Emissions, producing impotSBcr Consumption and Mental and Physical bebilfy. By ROBERT J. CULVESWELt,. 8. D., The important fact that the awful consequences ol self-abuse may be effectually removed wrthout inter,, nal medicines or the dangerous applications ofcau-v ks, instruments, medicated bougies, and other ttipers cal devises, is here clearly demonstrated, and he enirelv new and highly successful treatment, audopted' by the celebrated authur lully explained, by means ef which every one is enabled to cure himself perfectly, and at the least possible cost,' thereby Braiding ell the advertised nostrums of the day. This lecture will prove a boon to thousand- and thousands. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, post paid, on ihereeiipiof two postage...

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For the N. Y. Observer. BENEDICT ABNOLD: HIS GRANE SON IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

For the N. Y. Observer. BENEDICT ABNOLD: HIS GRANE SON IN ENGLAND. §tlni Slimllm% Few crimes involve greater turpitude than treachery. Hence treason has become personfied in the name and history of Benedict Arnold. In childhood, Arnold was intensely selfish, and his acts were often malicious and cruel. In Norwich Ct., where he was born and passed his earl y days, he was notorious for his rash temper, for his love of cruelty, and passion for mischief. He loved to destroy birds ' nests and kill the young, that he might be diverted by the cries' of their mothers. He was fond of throwing broken glass on the pavement, that the children passing mig ht wound their naked feet. Frequently he was known to decoy boys in front of his fathers store , and then app l y the horsewhip to them . He was rash, unprincipled and headstrong when yound. When he reached mature fife, these brutal impulses and congenial traits of character culminated in treason. Arnold was married twice . Once in New ...

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THE VOLUNTEER'S BURIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

THE VOLUNTEER'S BURIAL. §tlni Hwtotj, BY PARK BENJAMIN. 'Tis eve; one brightly beaming star Shines from the eastern heaven a far, To light the footsteps of the brave, Slow marching to a comrade's grave. The northen wind has sunk to sleep ; The sweet South breathes, as, low and deep, The martial clang is heard, the tread Of those who bear the silent dead. And whose the form, all stark and cold, Thus ready for the loosened mould, And stretched upon so rude a bier ? Thine soldier, thine ! the Volunteer. Poor Volunteer ! the shot, the blow, Or swift disease hath laid him low; And lew his early loss deplore—His battle fought, his journey oe'r. Alas! no wife's fond arm s caressed. His cheek no tender mother pressed, No pitying soul was by his side, As lonely in his tent he died. He died—the Volunteer—at noon ; At evening came the small platoon ' That soon will leave him to his rest, With sods upon his manly breast. Hark to their fire ! his only knell—More solemn than the passing b...

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Commotion in Liberia. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

Commotion in Liberia. B y way of England we have very interesting news from Liberia , dated at Monrovia , on the 16th of October The republic was intensel y excited in consequence of the expected return of a Spanish force from Sierre Leone, in order to avenge the insult said to have been offered to the flag of the Queen by the gunboat Quail, acting under orders of the Liberian fovernment. Judge Washington ad returned from Sierre Leone , and reported to President Benson that the Govener General of Fernando Po had assured him that the Quail would be destroyed, and Monrovia probably attacked by the shi ps-of-war of S pain . The President had consequentl y drawn out the colored militia , and was prepared to defend the country to the last. It is said that a native king will attack the river settlements of the Liberians whenever the Spaniards appear. President Benson , amidst all the din of approaching battle, found time to enter the court of Venus, and is said to be paying his addr...

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