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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

WATCHES AND JEWELS: S. M. BAILY, Main street, one door East ofthe old Bunk Buildin*, keeps always on hand a large aud elegant assortment of Waiches and J*-u»*».iv. U/"R-p ur,nmif Clocks, Wat.h'-s nnrf Jevre'T tvi!! receiv-H prompt •¦¦tterriioo. [rj,.c. !S. ItOI- ly. . Z»J3.. 9. S\ SHX^liDS. PRACTICING PHYSICIAN, Office in the old Roberts' Build,ng, opposite Day - Book Store. Wayiieshurg. fan. I. ISf.l. oa. A G. c&oss "TTrorLD verv r^spectflillv tetti!''' h;-» eeiviir.9 af ^ VV PHYSICIAN AND.SUttflEON, to the p v->• V\ aym-simie; ami viciniiy. lie l:ope- l.y a dr* ¦ I'iation of human life and h-jalih. and a=ri--t a"e business, to merit a sh.lre of public pjtronage. Wayiieshurtf. .I.tmi.lry S ' -¦<.'i. t i«Ma»eM*aa4a*aaMBMHBHaaaM»aeita*aMt J ^m- - ^A^< IMP j^m&tWlnWEmm' Jsflfl.Sk aCsssBssaasaasaffisW^^i^'- ^BHssa^ssssssa jlMjgffiilKg1 W?4ftBi§^8«g fl^^^\ ||^B I^P^^^^Vi^^^ \ ISHHs^1 * ^SR ^W ^N LIXBSEYS IMPEOVED BLOOD SEARCH Ex.. A STANiiAttD ...

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POETICAL DUff. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

POETICAL DUff. The following lines, after the fashion of Longfellow's "Hiawatha," are worthy a place in our columns. Their authorship is unknown. We hope our readers will not be too highly wrought up by this effusion, although we commend it to them as worth careful perusal: Should you ask us why this dunning, Why these sad complaintsand murmurs-Murmurs loud about delinquents Who have read the paper weekly, Read what they have never paid for, Read with pleasure and with profit, Read of church affairs and prospects, Read of news both home and foreign, Read the essays and the poems, Full of wisdom and instruction ; Read the table of the markets, Carefully corrected weekly—Should you ask us why this dunning. We should answer, we should tell you From the printer, from the mailer. From the kind old paper-maker, From the landlord, from the carrier, From the man who takes the letters With a stamp from Uncle Samuel ; Uncle Sam the rowdies call him ; From them all there comes a message-...

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TEBEIBLE ADVEHTUBE ON A VOL-0A1T0. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

TEBEIBLE ADVEHTUBE ON A VOL-0A1T0. §t\$tb Sferflatttj. Mr. Carl Steinnian visited Mount Hecla, in Iceland, just before its terrific eruption in 1845, and the following is his narrative of a fearful adventure which happened to him upon that sublime and desolate elevation : Having secured a guide, I set out at an early hour, on the morning following my arrival in Salsun, (at the foot of the extinct volcano,) praying for fair weather, good luck and a safe return. The scenery, even from the first, was so different from any I had ever seen outside of Iceland, as to be worthy of a better description than I am able to give. Suffice it is to say that, as you push on, ascending summit after summit on your way to the great and awful centre of all, you find the danger, dreariness and desolation increase to the most terrific sublimity, till at last, when you do finally stand on the hig hest point in this unliving world of chaos, you instinctively pray God, with an icy shudder shivering ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

THE WAYNESBURG MESSENGER , f PUBLISHED BY B, W. JONES & JAMES S. JENNINGS, AT WAYNESBURG, GREENE 00.^ PA. «-<•>-•-*-• —.—. ; fCrOFPICK NEARLY OPPOSITE THE! PUBLIC SQUARE. _QI .;.; vastus^ S\J»»CBIPTK.K —SI SO in advance; SI 75 at the el- ' Bi«alM.af«ii months; 92 00 within the year; 82 90 after Iteexpiratiou of the year. XSvutraBMKiiTS inserted at 91 00 per square for : iMjafttaserrioiw, and 25 cents a square foreach addition-; tTujaertion; (ten lines or less counted a square.) j ISSr A liberal deduction made to yearly advertisers. : Jra» JOB PRUTUO, of all kinds, executed in the best j style, and on reasonable terms, at the "Messenger" Job : —— s«——l——————— I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

8$apestorg fnsimss Carbs. j ATTORNEYS. " J ^A TMCCONNELL, rrroRXEY JJJVD couifSELLon AT LAW, \ Waynesburg, Pa. UyOffice in the new frame building corner of Main antWashington streets, and nearly opposite the new Howl. iGpller-tions, &c, will receive prompt attention Waynesburg, February 5. 1S6'2—ly. : J. A.J. BUCHANAN. WM. O. LINDSSV. BVOBAVAV & UUDSE7, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Waystesbnrsr, Pa. Office on the North side of Main street, two doors , West ol' the "Republican" Office. Jan. I, 1863. A. A. HJBMAN. J U. RITCHIE. PURMAN & RITCHIE, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 'Waynesburg, Pa. [D"A1I business in Greene, Washington, and Fayette Counties, entrusted to them, will receive prompt attention. Sept. 11,1861—ly. ! ~ H. W. DOWNEY, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Office in Ledwitb's Building, opposite the Court House. Sept. 11,1861—ly. DAVID CRAWFORD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Office in Savers' Building, adjoining the Post Office. Sept. 11,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

PHYSICIANS DR. D. W. BRADEN, Physician and Surgeon. Office in the Old Bank jBuildinj;, Main street. Sept. 11, 1861—Iv. ! 4*MMMMKMgSjgsjsasaSB9S9^ i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

DB.TJOS DR. W. L. CREIGH, Phyilcian and Surgeon, And dealer in Drugs, Medicines. Oils, Paints, ic, A.C., Main street, a few doors east of the Bank. sept-II. 1861—ly. M. A. HARVEY, Druggist and Apothecary, and dealer in Paints and Oil*, the most celebrated " Patent Medicines, and Pure Liquors for medicinal purposes. Sept. II, 1861—ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

MBHOHAMTS WM. A. PORTER, Wholesale and Retail Dealei in Foreign and Domestie Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions, ac, Main street. Sept. 11. 1861—ly. GEO. HOSKINSON, Opposite the Court House, keeps always on hand a lane slock of S«asonablc Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots : and Shoes, and Notions generally. i Sept. 11. 1861—ly. ANDREW WILSON, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Drugs, Notions, ' rtardware, Queensware, Stoneware, Looking Glasses, i Iran and Nails, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, i Main street, one door east of the Old Bank. iapt. 11,1861—ly. R. CLARK, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queens- ; ware and notions, one door west of the Adams House, | Main street. Sept. II. 1861—ly. ¦ , MINOR & CO., | Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Groceries, ftueensware. Hardware and Notions, opposite ] toe Green House. Main street. Sept. 11,1861—ly, /

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

OtiOTraNXK ^ ! N. CLARK, I Dealer in Men and Boy's Clothing, Cloths, Casaimeres, Satinets, Hats and Caps, St., Main street, op. j posits the Court House. Sept. 11, 1861—ly. ~~ A. J. SOWERS , i Dealer in Men and Boy's Clothing, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Old ! Bank Building, Main street. Sept. 11, 1861—4m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

SOOT AVD SHOE BBAIsBBS i """ X i). COSGRAY 7 Boot and Shoe maker, Main street, u<-arly opposite? : jne "Farmer's and Drover's Bank." Every style of] Besots and Shoes constantly on hand or made to order. ' Sept. 11. 1961—ly. i J. B. RICKEY, Mot and Shoe maker, Sayer's Corner, Main street, i Bo*lsand Shoes of every variety always on hand or made to order on short notice. > 'Aft. II, 1861—ly. !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

tmOOEKEBS & VAaiBTIBS j JOSEPH YATER, Dealer in Groceries f * nd Confectioneries, Notions, < Medicines, Perfumeries, Liverpool Ware, &c, Glass of , aliases, and Gilt Mouldinc and Looking Glass Plates. fET^Cash paid for good eating Apples. j •apt. 11, 1881—ly. j JOHNMUNNELL, ! Dealer'« Groceries and Confectionaries, and Variety •¦Ms Generally, Wilson's Niw Building, Main street. »ept II, 1861-ly. ; •' I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

^_ Booga.&o. ___ ! LEWIS DAY, .^SS'i ?*^ ""1 Miscellaneous Book., Station- j f&'l&aSP—*** *»P«", Wilson*. Old Build- I "g ""»«¦»•*• Sept. 11.4861-ly. »*^- t - e - ds - si <

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

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THE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

THE UNION. grfect fjwtaj. BY FRANCIS DE HAES JANVIER. "Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseperable."—WEBSTER. The Union ! The Union! The hope ol the free ! Howsoe'er we may differ, In this we agree ! Our glorieus banner No traitor shall mar, By effacing a stripe, Or destroying a f>tar ! Division! No, never ! The Union forever! And cursed be the hand That our country would sever! The Union ! The Union ! 'Twas purchased with blood ' Side by side to secure it Our forefathers stood—From the North to the South Through the length, of the land, Rang the war-cry which summoned That patriot band! Division ! No, never! The Union forever! And cursed be the hand That our country would sever! The Union ! Th« Union ! At Lexington first, Through the clouds of oppression Its radiance burst ! But at Yorktown rolled back The last apor crest, And a bright constellation. It blazed in the west'. Division ! No, never! The Union forever! And cursed be the hand That our country...

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200 Persons Buried Alive. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

200 Persons Buried Alive. An accident buried two hundred perpons in a coal pit, near Shields, England, on the 15th inat. The correspondent of the Manchester Guardian telegraphs on the 17th :—I have just returned from Hartley New Pit, where two hundred men and lads are buried. The shaft has been closed up through the huge beam of the pumping engine falling down the pit yesterday. It carried the timber and the wood work down, and thus blocked the up and down cast shafts. The falling timber killed five out of eight men, who were being drawn up in a cage at the same time. The men and lads working below at the time of the accident, have been buried forty-eight hours, notwithstanding the greatest exertions to relieve them on the part of the ablest men in the coal trade. The working seam is filling with water, and no doubt the horses, which are worth five hundred pounds are already drowned. The men and lads, however, could escape by means of a ladder to the yard seam, which is fort...

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m » The Colliery Accident in England—Dreadfill Catastrophe in the Hartley Coal Mines [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

m » The Colliery Accident in England—Dreadfill Catastrophe in the Hartley Coal Mines —Two Hundred and Fifteen Miners Buried Alive—Finding of the Bodies. We have already announced the fact of a fearful accident at the mine known as the "Hartley New Pit," near Newcastle, England. The arrival of the mails of the Nova Scotian p laces us in possession of the details of the affair—one of the most appalling catastrophes that the annals of accident record , involving the loss of probably two hundred or more. The accident occurred on the 16th of January, at ten o'clock in the morning. The Newcastle Chronicle says : By this catastrophe no less than two hundred men were entombed in the bowels of the earth. Of course people flocked from miles and miles around and instant efforts were made to relieve the unfortunates , but the labor of clearing away the debris was immense , and only half a dozen men could work in the choked up shaft at a time. THE SCENE ON SATURDAY. changed from that l...

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j Further Partieulars from BumsidVs Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

j Further Partieulars from BumsidVs Expedition. !eta cf \\i fag. FORTRESS MONROE , Feb. ;13.—The j gunboat Stars and Stripe! arrived i at noon from Burnside's Expedition i with bearers ot despatches for our ( Government. She reports the route < of the .rebels complete. Three thousi and prisoners were captured, and all 1 their gunboats either captured or 1 burned except two, which escaped in ' the canal. The Federal loss is fortytwo killed and about one hundred ; and forty wounded. The number of : impels killed is about thirty, and their wounded less than one hundred.— The advance from Hatteras was made on Wednesday, the expedition consisting of about sixty vessels.— The fleet anchored off Stumpy Point that night , and next day proceeded to the entrance to Croston Sound.— After a reconnoisance the attack was commenced on Fiiday morning, the Underwriter leading the column. The rebel fleet was attacked and dispersed in half an hour by aportion of the navy, while the re...

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A Victory by General Lander. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

A Victory by General Lander. CUMBERLAND, Md., .Pen. 14-—general Lander made a forced march on Thursday night, suppressing and breaking up the rebel camp at Bloomery Gap, killing thirteen and capturing seventeen commisioned officers, and forty-five privates, losing but two men and six horses. He leu the attack in person, at the head of the First Virginia Regiment of Cavalry. This opens the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to Hancock "again. Gen. Lander has cleared his department of the enemy, and renews his request to be relieved of his command on account of ill health. A pffiion of Sanders' command, under Colonel Dunning, has occupied Moorfield and captured two hundred and twentyfive beef cattle.

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Springfield taken Possession of by the Fed eral Troops. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

Springfield taken Possession of by the Fed eral Troops. St. Lotus February 14.—A special dispatch to the Jkmocrat, dated Springfield, Missouri, February 13, via Bear Creek, February J*L says Our troops took possession of Sparingfield to-day without firing a gun.*- Prioe evacuated the plao© yesterday afternoon, marching out on the Fay* ettesille road. The following dispatch was forwarded from headquarters this moraine to Gen. MeClellan at Washington: "The flag of the Union now floats over the Court House in Springfield. The enemy retreated after a abort enfafaaant, leaving alatyionnt ¦ P-r -I|WP^^*^^K *^,,, W* ^^^ssf^^BPl^BMlL^l. '^"*^^^^' ^W ^^^WJ^e^^P gjm V^FTR^^e^WwBg^^^^' w' ** , .W^^W P*P*"I * ** ^* JpfWl*^""

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