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A GOOD ST0RY-H0W POLITICAL PREACH ING WAS CURED. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

A GOOD ST0RY-H0W POLITICAL PREACH ING WAS CURED. The Hartford Times relates the follow- j ing: A Congregational Church, in a neigh- j boring State, got so completely enlisted in j one ofthe Presidential contests, that little i attention was given to relig ious questions. I The minister was constantly preaching, j praying and exhorting upon political is- 1 sues, and his deacons and laymen followed suit at the prayer and conference meetings. Finally, a worthy old farmer, one ofthe staunchest and best members ofthe church, and a firm, undeviating Demo- j UUUrCU , »"" » mm, »"ui,i»uu|; j^emv crat, was called upon to offer a prayer. "O, Lord," said he, "uphold the j Democratic party, which has received i thv support ever since the great Jet- : fersonian struggle. Continue to j bless that party which has, under j thy protection and providence, \ brought great blessings upon this j Eepublic. If it be thy p leasure, and i I believe it will be, oh carry that j party through this stru...

Publication Title: Waynesburg Messenger
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POSITION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

POSITION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. The Democratic party stands to-day where it has always stood, and where, as long as it is faithful to Democratic principles, it must always stand—on the side of the Constitution. Strict and instantaneous obedience to each and every Constitutional provision is the fixed and unalterable rule of the Democratic conscience; and full and constant recognition of the Constitution as being the obligation that rests upon the people of all sections of the country, and as being, also, the only source or power of the Federal Government, is required as a condition of membership with the Democratic party. t&'To be a friend of the Constitution is to incur the suspicion and dislike ofthe Abolitionists. They have so long regarded that instrument as a "league with death and a covenant with hell" that they eagerly embrace the occasion of war to assail its provisions.

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Steieft, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

Steieft, At the Hamilton House, on the 27th inst., by Rev. Wm. Campbell, Mr. ALEXANDER STEWART and Miss ELLEN LEMLY , of Waynesburg, Pa. •9"^ long with the above notice came a delicious estke. Hie newly married couple hare owe bet winks* for th***;* remembrance o7 the printer. . ' "

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Our Loss at Fait DonaUon [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

Our Loss at Fait DonaUon By a dispatch to the Cincinnati Commercial from Cairo, we learn that our loss dnring the three days' fi g hting at Fort Donelson, as derived from official sources, foots up an follows: Killed Ml Wounded 1,046 Mining 130 j Total 1,517 j Though large, this is considerabl y J under the estimate at first reported.

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f mm fammpthnU [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

f mm fammpthnU For the Messenger. LEGISLATIVE CORRUPTION. Whether justly or unjustly, truly or falsely, legislative corruption has been a general complaint, not only in our own State, but most of the States of this Union. Many gross and palpable facts have served to fix this imputation upon men who occupy these positions. Legislative investigations have produced disclosures that make honest men shudder at the weakness of human nature when tempted by money. Our -legislators have not escaped this general odium. While many upright men are sent to make our laws—men whose integrity is incapable ot being swayed by corrupt influences—the grossness of the venality of many of their fellows, of whose actions they could not but be sensible, has shocked their sensibilities, and driven them to hopeless despair for the purity of our institutions. Ask any unperverted man, fresh from the ranks of the people, and unpolluted by the corrupting influences of public life, what he thinks of general...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

Special ftoiicfs. TO INVALIDS. Dr. WHITTLESY'S next professional visit to Waynesburg. will be made on Monday and Tuesday, 24th and 25th days of March. Office Booms at the Greene House, with remedies entirel y new. Dr. WHITTLESY cures the following complaints, viz: diseases of the Throat, Lungs, Heart, Liver, Stomach, Dropsy—also, all diseases of the Blocd, such as Scrofula, Erysipelas, Cancer, Fever Sores, Nervous Derangements, and all other complaints. All forms of female Weakness and Difficulties attended to with unparalleled success. The Confessions and Experience of an Invalid.—Published for tlie benefit and as a warning and a caution to young men who suffer from Nervou> Debility, Prematura Decay, tc, aupplying at the tame time the means of self-core. By one who has cured himself after being put to great expense through medical imposition and quackerv. By enclosing a post-paid addressed envetcp, single copuui may be had of the anther, NATHANIEL MAVfAIR, Esq., Bedford, K...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

fl^tefrircg jge^rngft R.W. JOSES, ) aMttk„ J A/. S. JKNNIK68, \ ¦««•*•• "A sentiment not lo be appalled, corrupted or compromised. It knows no baseness; it cowers to no danger; it oppresses no weakness. Destructive only of despotism, it is the sole conservator of liberty labor and property. It is the sentiment of Freedom, of equal rights, of equal obUgations--the law of nature pervading the law ot the land." «—^ —————— s — ^ —¦— _m WAYNESBURG, PA. Wednesday, March 5, 1862.

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' Evacuation of Nashville—Martial Law : 1 Declared in West Tennessee. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

' Evacuation of Nashville—Martial Law : 1 Declared in West Tennessee. St. LOUIS , Feb. 26.—A Fort Don-; elson dispatch to the Democrat, of yesterday, says that a boat just from j 1 Clarksville reports the evacuation of; Nashville. The Union citizens of j : that p lace sent the boat to Clarksville, which towed up one of our i gunboats for their protection. The * rebels, with Gov. Harris, retreated ' to Murfreesboro. Harris burnt all I the State documents before leaving, j i Gen. Grant declared martial law j i over West Tennessee, with the un- j | derstanding that when a sufficient i ; number of citizens of the State re' : turn to their allegiance, and show a desire to maintain law and order over the territory, all military res' trictions will be withdrawn. i Postal faculties are extended to ' , ClarksvMle, and the mail-bags will follow the flag.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

Sheriff' s Sales. BY VIRTUE of a writ of Venditioni Biponas, issued out of the Court of Common Fleas of ©res** county, and to me directed, there wfl be exposed to public sale at the Court Souse, in Wayneaburg, OS We4ueaday, tile 19th Day ot March nest, at one o'clock, P. M., the following property, vie: All the right, ti»e. interest and claim ofthe dereadaat of, in and to a tract of land situate in Slhnore township, Greene county. Pa., bounded by lands of Joseph Wileman, Garrison's heiis and others, containing oae hundred and seventy acres, more or less, abouf fifty acres of which are cleared, upon which i* erected oae cabin house and an apple orchard. Taken in execution as the property of Stephen White at the suit of P. McCullougta AL Co. ALSO, All the right, title, interest and claim of the defendant of, in and to a certain tract of land situate in Oilmore township, Greene county, Pa., bounded by lands of Joseph Wileman, Garrison's heirs and others, containing one hundred and se...

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A NOVEL PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

A NOVEL PRESENT. ]Ve learn from WM . A. PORIM , Esq., that the Masonic Lod ge of Beallsville, in the adjoining cpunfy of Washington, has been presented with an elegant sabre by Capt. JOHN KEYS, who has distinguished himself in the Cavalry service in Virginia, and captured the sabre from a Rebel officer in a recent engagement. Kgrsisa daring and popular ofteer and a zcaJouc Macon. * -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

ssssassnn*BP»np«ss>B»nsnjnjnss>^s»n ^ jgemmxm ^iMtiaWiiftiis. \^ f -aSlO **-s< t, stanufactureTs of IrOOKijrO GLASSB6, PORTRAIT AND PICTUH* FRAMES, Gilt an* Imitation Rosewood Mouldings. • • ¦ ¦ _ ¦ . Dealers in FremcS Plate and Window Glass, D _„, „ «« SM1THB1ELD STREET, KMLBS'8 BLOCK, between Fifth and Sixth, Pittsburgh, Pa. City Glass at Manufacturer's j Prices. Particular attention given to repairing Paint- I rags, Rebuilding Frames and business cards framed at I wholesale price. Oct. 9,1861:ly. PE. CALVIN KING, ! StTRGEON DEVTIST, 47 SM1THF1ELD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. . | TEETH inserted in all the late styles, uafhk j moderate prices, and satisfaction ;uaran-^"jy* j> ' leed. Oct, 9, lBoWy. > J. C. K1RKPATRICit & CO., ! Manufacturers, and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in; Xitpnps, Carb.n and Lubricating Oils, j S7ITHRD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. | Always on hand a full Slock, of Oil Lamps, Chandeliers, ; Shades, WicKs, _c. Sept. 11, 18(51...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

BMHijtK_u_4roe_i j»»s^-rf»{oroi MEET in WaynesbusC, in Allison's Hall, opposite tne Csurt Bouse, on, Thursday evening of each week, at 7t o'clock. OfTtcaas: DAVIDBUCHANAN,P.O. £*; ^o^ jf ',? £ J. F. TEMPLE, Sec'y B. F. HBRRINGTON , Treas. W. A. PORTER, Chaplain. Nov. 6 1361. _NT_3^W GOODS AT MINOR & CO.'S fPHE Farmers' ami Mechanics' Exchange are now X opening a- very large sntf well selecti-d stook uf FALL AMD WINTER DRY GOODS, Which have heoi purchased on such terms as will enable them to sell at LOWER PRICES than ever LADIES' DRESS GOODS In endless variety. Their stock of Silks, Meriuoes Flaw and Figured Delains, Plaids, Grey Goods; iiialmr every description of Ladies' Wearislarge. Asupplyo FASHIONABLE MILLINERY OOODsl Boiinels, Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers, Bonnet Velvets and Silks. MOURNING GOODS, Sec. MnwlEi'HfU!! Cloths, Oasshneres, Vesting, Tweeds and everything u the Staple and Fancy Goods Line BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AN3CAPS • Their stock is large and is selling at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

r. NEW FALL 5 WMTER GOODS. GEO. HOSKINSON'S. Beauty,. Fashion aud Cbeapueas Combined. HAS just received from the Eastern Cities a large stock of seasonable goods, among which may be enumerated Dress Ctoods, Dress Trimmings, Muslin Delaines, French Ginghams, Barage Delaines. Domestic CHnghams, Bleached Muslins, Brown Muslins, Cloths anct' Cassimeres , rresh Family Oroeeries, Fish, Sait, Hardware, 4 __eensware, Bats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &64, dtc, Together with a variety of NOTIONS. Customers and the public generally are invited to call and eiaiuine his ass'irtmerU of Goods, a-oltl-cheap for cauh, or country produce. GEORGE UOS_IX»ON. WayHesburg, .\«v 6, 18til-5ni. J. J. GLLLESPIE, IVIatiiifarturer of LOOKING GLASSES For lh» trade. Oval, Pier and Mantle Glasses; Gilt and Rosetvnod JtnoJdinys, Lonking Glass Plates, _c, NO. 60 WOOD STREET, next door to Citizens' Bank, PITTSBURGH, PA. I Sept. 11, 1SC1—ly. JOHN P. SCOTT, Wholesale Dealer in DRUGS, OILS, VARNISHES, PAINTS,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

W_KTOH2MkAin> JEW*iIs_LT /WlH. BAILT, r Main street, one door East ofthe old Bd^FBuilding keeps always on hand a large and elegant assortment of Watches and Jewelry. __=-Repairing of Clocks , Welches and Jewelry will receive prompt attention. [Dec. 15, 166?—ly. BR. T. V. SHIELDS. PRACTICING PHYSICIAN. Office in the old Roberts' Building, opposite Day's Book Store. Waynesburg, Jan. 1, 1861. "~ DH. A. G. CROSS \TTOIILD very respectfully tender hia services as s., \ V PHYSICIAN" AND SURGEON, to the people of Waynesburg and vicinity. Ife hopes bv a due appre elation of human life and health, and strict attention Ic business, to merit a share of public patronage. Wayneshurg, January 8, 1862. inflllHMll.mMHHUIUUimUMWIUMUIUf LINDSEY'S IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER. A STANDARD MEDICINE for the speedy, radical' and effectual cure ol all diseases arising from IMPURITY' OF THE BLOOD. This medicine has wrougfit the moqt miraculous cures ia> desperate cas^s of Scrofula. Cancerour ...

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-ssE-. . ^^^T^-m^. -- - ki^sW%. "^"T"yKr Wsw __• "" ABMK&rferrf (j^qeflsr Ie_f. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

-ssE-. . ^^^T^-m^. -- - ki^sW%. "^"T"yKr Wsw __• "" ABMK&rferrf (j^qeflsr Ie_f. Tfhen Cl»titfi»rf1ai^h_dd8gme sixty <*r Wbrenif-&ve inhabitants; when fl^ t_j? villages of the irestern part of <Mir Stai» were almost "not j" Chanceller Kent , and hi« wife Betsy, (we think we are right in the name,) Were traveling in a one-horse wagon, in ' ah unfrequented round, toward eke house of friends who lived in that then mom inaccessible region; for ii} ' was in the "Phelps and Marvin _ » urchass," the desponding buyers of which were cheered by the prediction lihat in "less than i>fty years a line of daily stages would be running from Albany to Lake Erie !" Night t^me on : the travelers lost their way jj took the _ wrong road; the hbrse ",i_eli_^ on" as. welc as he could in Ae gathering darkness of the forest? path ; at length he stopped altogether, just as the clear blue eye of the Chancellor discerned the light of a dwelling in a distance. The tired...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

CELEBRATED PATESTT MEDICINES. A FRESH SUPPLY. "P-R. CRElGli has just receive! at his Drag Store, a jLs large supply ofthe fonovvinf Patent Medicines : "T-ELAND'S ANTi-KHEUMATiC BA-VP, a ceftant care for XUiPtiiriatism. WBRHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS. COSTAR'S BED BUG EXTERMINATOR, and a j greaft variety of other Patent' Medicines. WnvHooliltrir Tfohmnrv 19 IPR*? , . H AAS & co., A'HBROiYPE AND PHOTOGRAPH ARTISTS. Gnyers' Building, Up Stairs, ' r>lCTl)RE.S taken in all kinds of iveather. TERMS Y MODERATE Waynesburg, Oct. 30th, 18C1. WAYNESBURG STEAM MIXI,. WM. ROGERS respectfully informs his friends and the public that he has leased the Nfi W STEAM MILL at Waynesburg, Pa., Where he will always be found ready to accommodate all who may call on the shortest notice. Grindine done on the same terms as by .water milts. FLOUR, and FEED kept constantly mi Mai8. Orderafor either can be left at the Mill or at Veater's store. [Jan. 29, 1662. GUARDIAN'S SA3UE .. . . ei? £tl _3...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

TtnrGSEAT CAUSE CMP __»l^&-»a- ^ ISEII .Y:: Just fslUbhsdim a ttklsj jnoslrp; Price Six Cents. A1ECTURE , BY D«. CULVERWELL, ON THE . CAUSE AND CURB of. SneraatorriKea, Consumption, Menul and Physical DeVitttJ, Ncrrouaneit, RpilsBsy, Impaired NMritionof the Body, Lassitude, Weakness of the: Limbs and. >it* Back, I ndispositinn, and Incapacity for Study and Labor, Dullness of Apprehension, Lost of Memory,1 Aversion to Society, Love of Solitude, Timidity. Self.Distrust, Dixxiness, Headache, . Aflecuous ef the Eyes, Pimples on the Face, Involuntary Emissions, and Sexual Incapacity, the Consequences of Youthful Indiscretion, He., _c. i frjr^This adsnirable Lecture clearly proves that the above-enumerated, orten self-afflicted evils may be re- ! moved without medicine and without dangerous surgi- \ cal operations, aud should be read> by every youth and ¦' ] every man in the land. ' Sent under seal to any address, in a- plain sealed ' envelop, oa thn receiot of six...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 March 1862

t&w »riefrK. rpflS subscriber has leftatl ks_ Books an^i acewunts *' Is. Ihe haRdio? R W. JflrSfc*; » the M«senger Office, for Mttlessent s_d qoHscuoji , wtwrs t_av will; ren_4n unttt the First o' Fehruaiy nest, (lsarT AH ttcoiuts unsentatw. last das* wilt tw left in the hands of an officer for immediate collection. Thrsisshort notice, but the accounts are of long standing, and MUST BE C_OSK0. Call esrly, if you want to save costs. . W. T. H. PAULJEY. P- ».—1 have extended the above time until M.VRCH first 1862. Dec. SS, 1861. 1__ST NOTICE! rpHE books and accounts of A. INGHRAM & CO., __ are left at Esquire Webb's for settlement. AHpersous indebted to said Arm are respectfully notified that unless their accounts are settled by the 1st of March, they will be collected bylaw. Persons interested will please take notice and govern themselves accordingly. Jan. 29, 1862. A. INGHRAM _ CO. I —!!.' ^ !^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ !^^ JJittskrgjj ^wrtiscintnts, EUSH HOUSE , M. RU...

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A Bad Habit. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 March 1862

A Bad Habit. A great many husbands, especially in th'e country, spend their evenings away from home ; formerly at the tavern, but now at the store, talking politics and general business. Is this right? Is it generous ? Has not the wife as good a right to spend her evenings abroad ? And what would the husband think to be left alone to take care of the house? Is it fair?—Did you not promise to love your wife, and cherish her ? And is this the way to fulfil your vows? Home should be the pleasantest of all places, both to husband and wife. There the evenings of both should be spent. And this is the way to keep alive the fires of love, and to warm the heart with a general unselfishness.— Wives may not complain, but they feel, and deeply, the absence of their husbands. They want their company ; want their sympathy, and they ought to have it.— Especially, if there are children in the house, should the husband be at home.— The wife, in her sphere, labors as hard as the husband in his ...

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WHAT POOE BOYS OAN DO. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 March 1862

WHAT POOE BOYS OAN DO. §tM P#trftamj- And we might as well say, too, "What poor girls can do," for we have many remarkable examples of girls bbvn in humble life, who have risen to stations of great honor and usefulness. But as we happen now to have a particular case in mind, we have made our title read accordingly. The western part of Massachusetts, as all know who have been there, is very rough, rocky and mountainous. After one crosses the Connecticut river, going westward, he soon comes to the beginning of the Berkshire hills. This is not one single line of hills, but a great spreading region of hills, twenty or thirty miles wide. The towns in this district of country are mostly small in population, and the people live scattered. The roads are steep and hard. The pasture lands are good, but the fields are full of rocks, and it is difficult to cultivate them. A little more than fifty years ago, in one of the towns on the eastern side of this rocky region, a Mr. M was keepin...

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