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

fMiuaim DIED, on Friday, Feb. 14th, HTJMY MOREDOCK, son of William and Natcy Moredock, on Frosty Run, this county. The deceased was born March 27th, 1848. From his birth, until he was nine years of age, he was subject to inward spasms. At that time, the disease assumed a more malignant form. He continued to have violent fits up to the day of his death. Truly his life was a life of suffering and affliction, but the Lord has delivered him from them all. R. H. S. I : ~~~. DIED, at the residence of his brother, i Elijah Craft, of Redstone, township, on 1 Saturday the. 8th, inst., after a lingering illness of several years, Mr. DAVID CRAW, an .old sod respectable resident of this county. DIED, at Springfield, Ohio, on Friday, Feb. 7th, 1862, &&, CAROMM M. EUIHABT, wife of J. W. Rinehart, formerly of Wayuesbarg. Dims, in JectooftvjHe, of Scarlet Fever, 'on Deo. 27*1. , 1882, WHAOH at. Ma of William and «jej» T. Gawrtwright, aged 6-yeara, and 6 months.

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3ffam&, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

3ffam&, On the 9th of February, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. Jas. R. Brown, Mr. BRICE LAKIN, of Fayette Co., Pa., to Miss ISABELLA M. EVANS, of Greene County, Pa. On the 6th ult., at the residence of the bride's father, by John Mitchner, Esq., Mr. GEORGE HARDEN to Miss S. A. JEWELL, both of Washington Tp., Greene County, Pa. On the 11th ult., by elder Wm. W. Leonard, Mr. GEORGE FRV, of Centre township, Greene County, to Miss S. M. VANDERGRIFT, of Fredericktown, Washington Co., Pa. On the 23rd ult., by the same, Mr. SILAS FORDTCE, to Miss JANE ORNDORF, all of Centre township, Greene County, Pa. On Thursday evening, 30th ult., at the residence of the bride's mother, in Franklin township, Washington County, Pa., by Rev. Wm. Wallace. Maj. WILLIAM M. STEEP, of the Washington Review, t^ >f :r; HATTIE N. GIBSON. a**»sssssssssss«BBs»ss»sssssswsssasMMBssra rj.E5\v >

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

PagTOtag ilmntgir JAS. 8. JBNBINOS, \ ¦*»*««». *saBMfiS^^^^P^BBWO^BBBBBBEiOTflff/?s53g^ * —X sentiment not to be appalled, corrupted or compromised. It knows no baseness; it cowers to ao danger; It oppresses no weakness. Destructive only of despotism, it is the sole conservator of lib-•rty. labor and property, it is the sentiment of Freedom, of equal lights, of equal obligations—the law of nature pervading the law oi the land." WAYNESBURGTPA. Wednesday, Feb. 26, 1862.

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REASON OF THE INVASION. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

REASON OF THE INVASION. The real object of the invasion of Mexico by the allied powers begins to leak out. The London Times' Mexican correspondent writes:: 'A dictator for eight or ten years, supported by a foreign force, might, perhaps, meet the case. Still this would be but a temporary expedient. A monarchy established, the pretensions of all these petty chiefs are at once and forever disposed of, the tranquility ol the country is insured, anda check put to the democratic am-Utkm of the North. " feat" We have noticed a great many propositions in Congress for reducing the expenses of Government and increasing ta* revenues, but not a single member has yet given evidence of disinterested patriotism enough to move a redaction of the salaries in that body. The people believe that economy, like charity, should begin at home. Before.the Senators and Representatives arovide for any. farther taxation, we. tsast that tbey wilj be manly enough -t#-*«Me **•»- owa-»|f||tias.-^ 37hen ou...

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''' iBECEiFrs atm ''j £ni*^^ [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

''' iBECEiFrs atm ''j £ni*^^ i ! STEPHEN B. ADAMSON, Esq., Treasurer, In Account with the j County of Greene, for the Tear I860, and previous Yean Audited January, 186%. j 1853. Collectors. Townskip*. Co. tax due. Since paid. Yet due. Stall tax. Sims paid. Tstdus. ! Justus South, Mononntnis, $ 43 50 9 43 46 j Stephen White, Jackson, SMI It 259 14 ! 18*8. (; Washington DUB, Washington, 44 17 44 17 1854. Ij George Long. Perry, 13 00 12 00 j 1855. l \ John Greenlee, Morgan, 140 53 140 53 David Bare, Wbiteley, 174 4* W 00 1S4 4* Dennis Meighcn. Wayne, 11 00 11 00 185T. John Porter, Morgan, $ Hi Ot S 25 9* • 91 02 » 91 02 •Dennis Delany, Cumberland, 166 01 166 01 103 01 103 01 John Wortbington, Franklin, 45 48 45 48 1* 54 12 54 11. Stephens, Greens, 59 76 59 76 1858. I ' John Greenlee, Morgan. S 30 81 t 30 81 S12S 47 13t 47 j James Acklin, Franklin, 1*3 37 183 37 i Alexander llennen, Gilmore, 4 75 4 75 16 76 10 7C , Jesse Wells, Centre, 73 18 73 18 38 14 38 14 ; John Wright, Rkhh...

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msagaaBsmamBm^ammmmmmm ET0ITIHG AID GHEEBDHJ IEWB I I [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

msagaaBsmamBm^ammmmmmm ET0ITIHG AID GHEEBDHJ IEWB I I The details of the capture of Fort Don- elson, and the "bagging" of 15,000 Keb- j els, including Gens. Johnston and Buckner, will be found in our news colum ns.— The intelligence gladdens the heart of every patriot, and will greatly strengthen the Union cause in Kentucky and Tennessee. A few more such brilliant achievements by tbe gallant soldiers of the Republic will completely dishearten Davis and his fellow-conspirators, and will effectually crush out the Rebellion. So mote it be!

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PENNSYLVANIA APPOINTMENTS in JEOPAKDY. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

PENNSYLVANIA APPOINTMENTS in JEOPAKDY. i ! I I1 I j ;i A telegram from Washington says: The enormous lists of appointments from Pennsylvania his attracted much attention. It is so entirely disproportionate to that from all other States that the Senate Military Committee, to whom the nomi- j nations were referred, have withheld any i report upon a majority of them. It ap- ; peared that in all these Pennsylvania ap- pointments Governor Curtin's friends have been entirely ignored. Considera- J ble trouble is anticipated. The whole batch will not improbably be thrown over- i board. i

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Tea Sir! [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

Tea Sir! All small bills should now be promptly paid. They are quite as likely to be neglected as large ones, because people feel that they are not of much importance, and can be paid at any time; but in the aggregate they are of great importance.— In many kinds of trade the bulk of the receipts is in comparatively small sums, as in the printing business, for instance.— Let all the small bills be punctually paid, and the large ones will take care of themselves, for it is upon the small bills that many a tradesman or mechanic depends to pay the large ones he owes. tSS~ Let every woman have a torch, every child a firebrand ; let the loved homes of our youth be made ashes, and the field of our vintage be made desolate : so speak the two Cobbs, Crawford and Toombs to the South : and what are they to gain by all this sacrifice ? Well, they have the great blessing of being ruled by such fellows as the Cobbs, Toombs, 4c, who have so far wielded a rod of iron over obedient subjects....

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

ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. BY VIRTUE of an Order of the Orphans' Court of Greene county, to me directed, 1 will expose to PUBLIC SALE on the 8th Day of March, 1862, on the premises, in Centre township, adjoining lands of Wm.Tuttle. James West, Moses .lolinst-n and others, A Tract of Zjaud, late the residence of WM. II. HISS, deceased, con-1 tainiug [ ONE HTJXDBID 6IXTY-0HE ACHES, t more or 1»**s. The premises will he told in parcels or j entire, aa will bctt suii ;i>e purchaser. I TKKMS OF SALE. J One-ilurtt of the purchase moiiey t« be paid at the I confinunt *<"! of lite sale, one-thin. :u one year, and the I remninin- third in .wo years 'Jirreafier. wiiti interest on Ihe whule from the roiiflrnaatinn «f the pale. litNJAMIN ROSS, Feb. 36.1363. Executor ot Wm. It. Muss.dec'd. V. ^K IBOWH, (Successor to G. Parys tt Co.) Pittsburgh Steam Refined CANDY MAXVFACTORY WHOLESALE DEALER IN Foreign and Domestic Fruits, IVUIJ, PicsJes, Pnstrvtf > Sardine*, Catsups. Fire Wo...

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

jfytaal Icikfs. Dental.—Dr. S. S. PATTON, Main street, Waynesburg, Pa., attends to ali branches of the Dental profession, unless advertised, in this paper, for other points. H I BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. DR. THOMAS F. CIUI'MAN will send to ail who wish i: (free uf charge,) the reri|* and full directions for making and using a beautiful vegetable Balm, that will effectually remove FiMi-Laa, BLOTCHES, T.,n, Fates. LKS, ace , dec, leaving the skin smooth, clean and beau tiful; also, full directions for using PEL ^ TSEAU'S CELE * SEATED STIMULI *T, warranted to start a full growth of Whiskers, or a Mustache, in less than thirty days Either of tbe above can be obtained by return mail, by addressing (with stamps tor return postage,) Dr. T1IOS F. CHAPMAN, Practical Chemist, 831 Broadway, New York. j an S3—2m. ¦ ^^«- . THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF A SUFFERER.—Published as a warning, and for the es pecial benefit oi Young Men add those who suffer with Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Pre...

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fosses of Sudden Saatus. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 February 1862

fosses of Sudden Saatus. Dr. Sail, in his Journal of Health, says that very .%<*> «t»Jt&n *E*to» which are *XsvLi& " mvm*mWtm disease of tb# heart do really arise from that cause. To ascertain the real origin of sudden deaths, the doctor says the experiment has been tried in Europe, and reported to a scientific congress held at Strasburg. Sixty-Six cases of sudden deaths were made the subjects of a thorough post-mortem examination. In these cases only two were found who died from disease of the heart. Nine of the sixty-six died iroin apoplexy, while there were forty-six cases of congestion of the lungs; that is. the lungs were so full of blood they could not work, there not being room enough for a sufficient quantity of air to enter to support Jife. The doctor goes on to enumerate the causes that may produce congestion of the lungs. They are—cold feet; tight shoes; tight clothing; costiveness; sitting still until chilled through after being warmed...

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

CELEBRATED PATENT MEDICINES. A KRESH -SUPPI.Y. T\H. CREIGH baa Just receive} at his Drug Store, a \ j Usee supply ofxhe following Patent Medicines: TJSEAND'S ANTI-EHEBMATIC BAND, a certain cuieTb f Rheumatism. „ BaSBAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS CO STAR'S BED BUG EXTERMINATOR, and a great variety of other Patent Medicines. Waynesburg, February 12,1862. HAAS & CO., ANBROTVPE AND PHOTOGRAPH ARTISTS, Buyers' Building, Up Ststlrs, FCTCFKES taken in all kinds of weather. TERMS MODERATE ' Waynesburg. Oct. 30th, 1861. . rVAYSESBVKG STEAM MILL. XTTU. M98BM respectfully informs his friends and W the public that be has leased the NEW STEAM MILL at Waynesburg, Pa., where he will always be farad ready to accommodate all who may call on the shortest notice- Grinding done on the same terms as by watir mills. FLOUR and FEED kept constantly on hand. Orders for either can be left at tbe Mill or at Yeater's (tore. [Jan. 29, 1862. GUARDIAN'S SALE OF UBL S .a*. Xa BSTATE TV? virtue of an Order issu...

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

^^a^ SaS^l Just PuUished ia a Staled Envelop ; Pries Six Cents. A LECTURE, BY DR. CULVERWELL, ON-T4» CACSE AND CURE of Spermatorrhoea , Consumption, Mental and Physical Debility, Nervousness, Epilepsy, Impaired Nutrition of tbe Body, Lassitude, Weaautess e/^^iy^ftad ** B*<* IhdWWtiW*: and Incapacity for Study and Labor, Dullness of Appreb*r»ien „ Loss of Memory, Aversion to Spciejjj, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Self-Distrust, Dizziness, Headache, Affections of the Eyes, Pimples on the Face, Involuntary Emissions, and Sexual Incapacity, the Consequences of Youthful Indiscretion, fcc, etc. fp-This admirable Lecture clearly proves that the ; above-enumerated, often self-afflicted evils may be removed without medicine and without dangerous surgical operations, and should be read by every youth and every man in the land. Sent under seal to any address, in a plain sealed envelop, on the receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. CHAS. J. C. KLINE. 127 Bowery, ...

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

¦¦HMMHSSI ^ :Q:-mmmh§:i^ .i^: THE subscriber has left all his Books aud acoeueta in the hands of R. W. JONES, at the Messenger Office, for settlement and collection, where they will remain uiitTl the Firs' o ' February next, (ISM.) All accounts unsettled al that time will be left in the hands of an officer for immediate collection. This ia short ^i^tiimr^^yMi^^ costs. W. T. H. PAULEY. , P. B.-ui have^ntended rM aboVe date u«n MARCH first- 18tJ2. Dec. 25, 1861. LAST NOTICE! THE books and accounts of A. INGHRAM & CO., are left at Esquire Webb's for settlement. All persons indebted to said firta are respectfully notified that unless their accounts are.settled by the 1st of March, they will be collected, by law. Persons interested will please take notice and govern themselves accordingly. Jan. 29, 1862. A. INGHRAM 4c CO. " Ijitlshiijj ^keriisemenis. BUSH HOUSE, M. RUSH . Proprietor, >.o. 397 Liberty St., near Pa. E. R. Depot, PITTSBURGH, PA. THIS house has been lately...

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

¦ •iTipnrr i. i- I • •r-'Ki ...: . { WATCHES AND JBWELRT. I s. M. BlrL1 % \ Main street, one door East of the old Bank Btlildujg, ! keeps always on hand a large and elegant assortment of Watches and Jewelry. Jp"Repairiiig of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry will : receive prompt attention. [Dec. 15, 1SC1— ly. DR. T. r. SHIELDS . PRACTICING PHYSICIAN. Office in the old Roberts' Building, opposite Day's Book Store. Waynesburg, Jan. 1, 1861. DR. A- O. CROSS WOULD very respectfully tender his services as a PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, to the people of : Waynesburg and vicinity. He hopes by a due appreciation of human life a»d health, and strict attention to business, to merit a share of public patronage. Waynesburg. January 8 , 1962. • ¦¦¦ " ¦ " ¦¦¦¦ • ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ — ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ p a""*'?' ; LTNDSEY'S IMPROVED ; BLOOD SEARCHER. A 1 STANDARD MEDICINE for Ihe speedy, radicak and effectual euro ol all (Jiseitses arising from IMPURITY OF TilE BLOOD. This medicine has wrought the most miraculous...

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

¦ «|r_ - T. BOWS,' PltTSBURSH STEAM REflNED CANDY MANUFACTORY, j WHOLESALE DEALER IN j Foreign and Domestic Frtiitt, Nuts, PicUes, Prtiervet, Sardines, cjre. 18T LIBERTY STREET, ! PITTSBURGH, PA. Hating a large connection with importing houses, East, lain prepared to furnish Country Dealers w:ih 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,tow receivingsnew crop of Oranges, Lemons, i Figs, Pales, Raisins, Primes, Plums, Currants and I everp description of Nuts Also. Fresh Peaches iu ' Oanabfasuperior quality, Pickles, Preserves, Olive, I Oils, Catsaps, &.C. j Common Fancy and Crystalized Candies, manufactured from the best of materials, and will be sold at tbe lowest prices. J would call special attention to my [ Cough Candy. It is not surpassed in the Country fei ; the cure of Coughs and Colds. THY IT. ! February 27, 1861—no 38. W. W. MAIR.j [JOHN 8. 04V1S0N HAIR & DAVISON, IMPOBTEK...

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

^ sa^Bn^l^^BBBsr^BBsB : "HfBKT in m«neaaBtc, to Alttsoa's Hall, oppwdts ' JTL the CourtBouae, on Thursday evening of each I weSt, ' at*io*eroc*. OrtwMs: ' DAVID BUCHANAN, P. O. \ % ,L prfiYTE^VG. | ' J. f. TEMPLE, Sec'y. i B. F. H ERHI . NOTON , Treas. W. A. PORTER, Chaplain. ! Nov 6. 1861. ZNTEl^TV GOODS AT MIXOE & CO.'3 THE Farmers' and Mechanics' Exchange are now opening a very large and well selected stook of FA LI AND WINTER DRY GOODS, i Which have beci purchased on such terms as will ena-; ble them to sell at LOWER PRICES than ever. | LADIES' DRESS GOODS I In endless variety. Their stock of Silks, Merinoes I 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, Fealbers, Bonnet Velvets and Silks. Bsoxravzxro GOODS, &C. HEl'S MSB I ISIS VIM!! Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Tweeds and everything n the Staple and Fancy Goods Line. BOOTS AND SHOES, HAT...

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

wmifim GOODS, | GEO. HOgElNSON'S. ; Beauty, FashJoii and Cheapness Combined. . II AS just received from the Eastern Cities a large [ Mat stock of seasonable goods, among which may be enumerated. I Dress Cfoods, ! Dress Trimmitt?s, Muslin Delaines, French CKnghams* Borage Delaines. Domestic Ginghams, Bleached Muslins, Brown Muslins, Cloths and Cassimeres, Fresh Family Groceries, Fish, Salt, Hardware, Queensware, Bats and Caps, | Boots and Shoes, dec, &c. Together with a variety of NOTIOA'S. Customers and the public generally art: invited to callaud examine his assortment of Goods. Sold cheap for cash, or country produce. GEOBGE HOSKINSON. \ Waynesburg, Nov 6. lS01-5m. 1862. 1862. PITTSBURGH ALJ1A.VACS. LEWIS DAY HAS just received a large lot of Pittsburgh Almanacs for 1661, prices cents. Country Storekeepers will be supplied by the gross or doz. at Pittsburgh prices. Also, a general assortment of School Books, Blank Books, Toy Books, in great variety. Letter and Cap Paper...

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§tM lams [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

§tM lams From the Springfield (Mass.) Republican. "OVEB THE EIVEE," audits AUTHOE. The public admiration of the beautiful lines "Over the River," first published in the Republican in August, 1857, and the inquiry as to their origin have not yet ceased. We meet the little poem and the query as to where it came from, among our exchanges almost daily ; but not till now have we felt at liberty to unveil theanonymousness which it has heretofore borne. "Lizzie Lincoln," over which signature the poem was contributed to the Republican, is a young lady of Hinsdale, N. H., whose real name is Nancie A. W. Priest. That she has real genius her writings sufficiently evidence ; but its character and the public appreciation of it are increased by the facts that her education has only been that of a country "district school," and that for three years past, she has worked for self-support in "the mill," from daylight till dark - She is now, at 22 years of age, struggling against the adventiti...

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Pride. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

Pride. To subdue pride, consider what you shall be. Your leek returns to corruption and common earth again. Shall y«ur dust be distinguished from the meanest beggar or sie*e'S ? No, not from the dust of brutes &ud insects, or the most eontemp** hie of craaturee. And as for your sjral, that must stand before God, in the world of spirits, on a level with the rest of mankind, and diverted of all your haughty and taiteruui distinctions^ none of them sbaUitmd yen .to.*Mr j^pHMnt seat. Keep life tribaaaLia via*, aa&ande- «m? Kitkcr **1 ! * ¦ > ^TMMt i»- mi>Wr i n%.i^-^' - ' -• ¦ ¦ - ¦¦ ¦ **-; :¦ • ¦- . mtmmtmmmt^ *

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