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ELECTION PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

ELECTION PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS, in and tiy an act or' ihP General AistMii/ny of ih« Com.u'tnwenlth of I'rnnsylvanin, enihltsd, An &rt rel-utng i<> tiie elections of" this Cflimnouwealili, paeoei* Sn.I d;iv ot July, A. D. J&39, it in marie iba duly of tiie Slit-riif of every county wntiiii this Commonwealth m give p-ihlic n »tice of'he OKiterAl Elections, ami in such notice to enumerate: 1. Tht! office!-•» to be elrctott. * 2. De*i$irile tltc pinco ttl winch titc uleeUrtn in to be helih I, George Wright, High Sheriff of the county of Greene, do hereby mafcn known and give thin public notice to the Electors of the county of Uteene, (hat on the SECOND TUESDAY OV OCTOBER NEXT, (being tbe tth day of the month,) a General Eler-tion will be held at the several election districts established by law in said county, at which time they- wil! vote by ballot for the several office* hereinafter uamed, viz: ON'B PER30W for the office of President Judge of the ...

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Starrieb, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

Starrieb, On 36th inst., by Rev. Mr. Hannah, Mr. Wm. M. KLN'CAID bf Jefkraon tp., 10 MiBsEMMA NICHOLS, ot Morgan tp., Grefsne Co, Penn'a With the above notice came a very nice "poand.-oake," for which tavor all parties have our thanks. On the 29th inat., at tho residence of J. B. Johnson, Esq. by Rev. J. M. Mason, Rev. C. P. JORDAN of the Pittsburg Annual Conference, of the Methodist Protestant Church, and Mrs. MARIA CUN» xNLNGHAM ot Waynesburg, Greene;Co„ Pa. On Sahbath Sep. 1, by James Call, Esq. Mr. REMEMBRANCE N. WILEY of Jackson tp., to Miss ABIGAL HEATON, daughter of William Heaton, of Centre township. .

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October Elation. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

October Elation. TO YHH VOTKB* or THE FOURTEENTH IU UiUlAl. D'riT.KHVror I'BNNSVLVAMA) COMPOSED (if TIIE VOUXTIES Ot WASHINGTON, FlYETl'K ANDOKtSENK: I am a Candidate tor Election in Octolior next, lor tha office of 1'RESIDENT JUDGE of your Count: nnd mil Your olWt Kcr'vr, 'tO- JAS. VEI'.'CII. "' SherifiTaltyl TVi the Cititen* nf Greene. County. Kelluw (;itizi.[i»! l<tlli:r mysHt nt your consiilcnition, an a cartilidaiG r'or itm titlict* uf HhPnil', at tiie IH:II Oclolter election, Jiiitl should 1 rei-Hvt: a miijuri'.y of yum fUtfrag*:*, 1 prouifife to .lificliajjce til-; ifittieic u£ paidotrica wi;ti lioiitaty, iuip:.rualitytuuil fi'lHUy, t i thf \iml of my ability. J.\». Al'EUX. Fr.llik'iH t|»., April 23, Ml. Agricultural Fair. The ninth aunual elliibiliriu oi'thtt !'ltbli£NR COUNTY AUKIUb'LTBRAt. SOCIETY, will bn hehlal Cnrmir.Uaela, (ireeng County, Fa., OK HIS 10t» and IDA of' October, 1861. Mowing machines will tie tested on Wednesday, the 24th of July, as above, o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

AGRICULTURAL. The Seventh annual exhibition of lhe>JEFFER£ON AUMCUl.TUItAI. SOCIETY, will be held at JerlVr-«ou on THORSDJtr % mm AY, the 3rd nnd IU daye of October, 18(11. W. D. KOUEU3, I're«. M W. DKHKV, UOC. Sec.; tT. II. I.INDBKV , Cor. Seo July i, Wfrl. jrVTTBKrTioTir: UNIOXTOWK , Aug", 1801. By virtue of Authority deriveil from the War Department. WasUinsiou, I will organize a Regiment for service for three yeara er during the war. One and timely notic^will he given of the place when the Companies will rendezvous. The regiment wil! consist of ten Companies, and each company will be organized aa toliowi: One Captain, one First Lieutenant, one Second Lieutenant, one First Sergeant, four Sergeants, eight t^rporr.!*. -, tv-o uiusi-Liana, one Wagoner and eighty-one Privates—Jul mcn agi:ri:i:;ue. Cooio:.iir<kiH ol' Companies and persons desiroH9 of I taking par; io tin- rieulandutoiuentous struggle iiiwhich is involved our Nalioinl existence, and which will determine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

l2V J.J 9 BnES ' I Hdltors. > A*. 8t JKNffliVG*, i " ~ wX^!T8B0^ 2 _ pif: J^ dnesday Morning, Sep, 4, 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

DEMOCRATIC TICKET. PRESIDENT JUDGE. JAMES LINDSEY , ESQ ., of Greene county. ASSOCIATE JUDGES. HON. JONATHAN GARRARD , of Greene township. GOL. T. P. POLLOCK, of Morgan townsjiip. ASSEMBLY. P. DONLEY, ESQ., of Perry township. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. R. A. M'CONNELL, ESQ., ol Marion township. SHERIFF. THOS. LUCAS, ESQ., of Cumberland township. TREASURER. JOSEPH F. RANDOLPH, of Jefferson township. COMMISSIONER. DiANlEL THROCKMORTON, of Franklin township. AUDITOR. THOS. SCOTT, of Whitcly to wnship. CORONER. J.0HN BRADLEY, of Marion township.

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NO VStOy WITH REPUIII.l'CAJfS BUT IX DEPEXCE OF TJIE COSi-KTITUTIOJi A5TO THK USION. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

NO VStOy WITH REPUIII.l'CAJfS BUT IX DEPEXCE OF TJIE COSi-KTITUTIOJi A5TO THK USION. We are glarl to see that the effort made in New York ami Ohio ami oilier Northern States to mi.-rgo the good old, tried and trusty Democratic party into tho Republican organization hag oviirywhern failed, signally and decidedly. Tiiis is just as it should be, and is a healthy and hepeful indication. It affords gratifying evidence of the fact, that the Democracy realize the responsibilities that are upon them, and the august character ot tile duties b;fno them. If the Government is presarvixi and the Union perpetuated, if the country is ever restored to its wonted harmony and prosperity, we religiously believe it will be the work of the National Democracy. No sectional party, no party of narrow views and narrow policy, North or South, can ever adjust our difficulties or prove pacificators of our troubles. That is to be the appropriate work of men whose patriotism is as broad as ihe utmost circu...

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Preservation ot the Hair. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

Preservation ot the Hair. Some attention paid to this item of propriety would avoid much of theUaldnes-s so prevalent in this country. Dr. Bellingham, of London, has immortalized his name as the inventor of a "Stimulating Onguent," which could ba as appropriate in preventing as curing baldness. To cause aluxuriaut growth of beard or whiskers, it is equally certain. Messrs. H. L. liegeman & Co. now have the entire American market. Hence wo look for a largo increaseinhirsute appendages among our young men. See our advertising columns. 5©"Dr. l.eland's Ami Rheumatic Band is the only known remedy for Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia, and tho pernicious effect ot Mercury, and it is with the greatest satisfaction, a* to ita merit!, that we call the attention of our readers to the advertisement in another column of our paper, of the Anti Rheuraatio Band. Aug. 17, 1 mo. P. k M.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

SHERIFF'S SALES. By rirltin of sundry writs of V«n<I. Bxp., IsHiimJ from ihe Court of Common Pica* of Uremic county, Hiui to mt: directed, I will expose to jtsihlic R;ilt\ in the li.Khc*t bidder, in front of tlip Court House hi Wnym-slniri;, on Moudfcy, th.* 10th day of September, 1861, at 1 b\:l<nk, F. M., U.« following described properly, to wit: All the right, title, inte.rfcwt mid claim of defendant, of, in and to a certain piece or lot of ground, BUU;IT« in kicR»' Liitiiling, Greeq« county, Pa., adjoining land* of Amos Walton, R. C. AU\aiulcr, Thonwis Alftef*. and others, beiuy about o»e hmuiruti fvel in lr<mt aud runninjt back «t!e bundrtd feet, more or 1CM, and IIHS erected thereon one frame dweilin? hou»e, coai houso and other outbuildings, and ail under fence. Seized and takeo in execution as thy property of Andrew Ilupkinaat tbe suit of ."hoiuiw Conner. ALSO, All tin? defendant's ri?ht, titlfl, interest and claim to or upon a certain lot of ground si...

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fSnortslffbteduessof Man. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

fSnortslffbteduessof Man. A dewdrop, falling on the ocean wave, Exclaimed in fear—"I perish in this grave; But, in a shell received, that drop of dew Unto a pearl of marvellous beauty grew ; And, happy now, the grace did magnify Which thrust it forth—as it had feared—to die Until again, "I perish quite," it said, Torn by rude diver from its ocean bed, O unbelieving ! So it came to gleam, * Chief jewel, in a monarch's diadem. Trench.

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Caught at last. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

Caught at last. My first voyage across toe ocean was in >a large ship from New York. We sailed rapidly up the channel on the south of England, and entered a wide bay north of the beautiful Me of Wight, where the Dairyman's Daughter lived, about whom there is a very interesting traet. In the bay was a large ship preparing to sail for America. I hastened ashore at Portsmouth just in time to see a poor woman carried by several sailors to the very hotel at which 1 staid. She was a mother. 1 had seen her only son standing on the deck of the large vessel in the bay which was preparing to sail. When I-arrived at the hotel 1 found that the poor woman's visit lo the ship was for the purpose of imploring her son to return to her, and while sitting in the little boat, beneath the great arms ot the ships's sails, which stretch far over the sides ot the vessel, there fell into that little boat a great block, called a pulley, which s'.ruek the crying mother upon her lap and instantly...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

sTosnr » TH fjusroosTs BEALKB IS WATCHES, JEWELRY ,-SILVER-WARE , AND Panoy G-ood", NO. 87 MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Watches and Clocks Carefully Repaired March d, 1861—no 39—ly. ROBERT S. DAVIS, (SUCCU80B TO JOBH 8. DWI80N,) BOOKSELLER* STATIONER, 83 TOTooca. treet, Corner of Diamond Alley, PITTSBURGH, PA. CONSTANTLY on band, a general assortment o STANDARD, THEOLOGICAL, SCHOOL AND JUVENILE BOOKS, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Webster's and Worcester's Dictionaries, HARDING'S FAMILY BIBLES, NELSON'S POCKET BIBLES, With and without clasps. „ SYMBO- BOOKS, IN USE IN THE Presbyterian, Cumberland Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist, Lutheran and German Reformed Churches. In every style of Binding. PSALMS OF DAVID, COMPREHENSIVE COMMENTARY, COMMENTARIES By Scott, Hy, Clarke, Barnes, Alexander, cobus, Owen and others. Books mailed any distance w ithout extra cost. A iberai discount from Publishers' prices will be given to all considerable buyers, aswellasto Cleigymen, Students, Seminari...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

NEWGOODS.j GEORGE H0SKINS0N ] HAS just received from the Eastern Cities a large stock of seasonable goods, among which may be enumerated Dress Ctoods, Bress Trimmings, BXnslin Delaines, Trench ginghams, Sarage Belaines. Domestic Ginghams, Bleached Muslins, Brown BXnslins, Cloths and Oassimeres, Fresh Family Oroceries, Fish, Salt, Hardware, Queensware, Bats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, «&c, &c,; T»gethcr with a variety of NOT01NS. Customers and the public generally are invited to call and examine his assortment of Goods. Sold cheap for cash, or country produce. GEORGE HOSKINSON. Waynesburg, April 17—no 45. R.K. CAMPBELL. Having just received a large stock of goods from tbe Eastern cities, which he is determined lo sell as low as any other establishment in Waynesburg, for cash or aood pr»duce, consisting in goods of the following: x>x?/sr OOOD8, Clothes, Casimeres, Buffalo, Cord, Shawls, Ticking Blankets, Flannem, Lindseys, Drilling, (.anion Flannels, Check, *...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

WILCOX & GIBBS' SEWING MACHINES. Price with Hammer and Feller, 0 a o;, o o. THIS MACHINE HAS POINTS OF SUPERIORITY PECULIARLY ITS OWN. STITCffUrO, HEMMIJVG, JiJYD F&LLWG WITH A SINGLE THREAD. It forme a fiat, even, and elastic seam, which is warranted not to rip in wear, even if the seam is cut at frequent intervals, and also unler all circumstances '*to survive the wash tub ** A Patented device of great utility to learners, prevents the possibility of the machine being run in the wrong direction, or the balance wheel wearing a lady's dress. Another feature which deserves particular attention is The Wilcox Patent Needle cannot be set wrong. Two thousand Stitches, or two yards of work, can be done in one minute without dropping a stitch. These Machines, so simple and accurate in their construction, supersede the use of the shuttle; and with one thread produce all the practical results of the two thread machmes; and more, for these tett without basting, and hem the f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

B&AOXWOOD'S MACrAZlW.3. —AMD THE—BRITISH REVIEWS. GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO SUBSCRIBE !- PREMIUMS AJVD REDUCTIONS. L. SCOTT & CO., NEW YORK, continue to publish the following leading British Periodicals , siz: TIIE LONDON (iUARTERLY (Conservative.> 2 THE EDINBURGH REVIEW (Whig.) 3 THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW (Free Ch'h.f 4 THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW (Liberal.) 6 BLACKWOOD'S EDIN'G MAGAZINE (Toiy.) The present critical slate of European affairs will render t hesc publications unusually interesting during the forthcoming year. They will occupy a middle ground between the. hastily writtennews-uems, crude speculations, aiind flying rumors of the daily Journal, and the ponderous Tome of the future historian, writlen after the living interest and excitement of Die great poUtu-a! events of the time shall have passed away, lt is to these Periodicals that readers must look for the only really intelligible and relial'e history of current events, and as such, in addition to their ...

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A Ruined Character. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

A Ruined Character. Not long since, in a certain ni g hborjhood. a man was wandering in search ot employment. He culled at a respectable farmer's house, and told his errand. "What is your name i" asked the man. "Johnathan Gilman," was the reply, -"Johnathan Gilman. the same that lived near here when a boy 1" "The same, sir." "I will not employ you then." Poor Johnathan, surprised at soch a rep ly, passed on to the next farmer's ; but the same reply was given. He soon came £n sight of an old school-noose. "Ah I" said he, "I understand it now.— I was a school-boy there once, but wha' kind of a school-boy ? Lazy and disobedient. Although I am now in a measure reformed, they all tbink me the same kind of a man as I was a boy. Oh ! that 1 had done ray duty when at school—then again could 1 dwell pleasantly in the land of my birth." School-boys and schooKgirls, please remember that your school-mates will be likely to look upon you in manhood or womanhood as they did in youth. Then, ...

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Look, on the Brlgbt Side. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

Look, on the Brlgbt Side. Look on the bright side of things. It is . the right sije. The times may be hard, but it will make them no easier by wearing a gloomy and sad countenance. It is the sunshine, and not the cloud, that makes the flower. Full one half the ills are so only in imagination. There is always that before or around us which should cheer and fill the hearth with warmth. The sky is blue ten times wheiPit is black once. You have troubles it may be. So have others. None are free lrom them. Perhaps it is as well that, none' should be. They give sinew and tone to life; fortitude and courage to man. That would be a dull sea, arid the sailor would never get skill, where there were nothing to disturb the surface of tbe ocean. It is the duty ot every one ro extract all the happiness and enjoyment he can without and within him; and above all he should look on the brig ht side of things. What though things do look a little dark! The lane will turn, and the night end in br...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

ptekrgjf ^lerttstments. j 1. WOODWEXL.] [J. WILEY.] [T. BtaKEY. < JOSEPH WOOD WELL & CO. 1MPOBTHB8 AJID DKALEBS IK FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE. Cor. of Second & Wood Streets, PITTSBURGH, PA. March 6, 1861—no 39—6 wo. w. vr.-Miia.] [JOHB a. Divwoit. MAIR & DAVISON, IKFOHTEBa AHD DEiLB«S IH Saddlery, Carriage & Trunk HARDWARE AND TRIMMING S, No. 12T WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. March 6, 1861—no 39—ly. WM. r. BEC*--1 [JA». B. UZK4B. B20A & SAZBAK, 185 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Wholesal Grocers and Dealers in Country Produce. ORDERS for Groceries, Pittsburgh Manufactures, Flour, Grain, &c, filled at usual terms. CONSIGNMENTS of Produce solicited. February 13, 1861—no 36. R, WILLIAMSON, MANUFACTURER OF s :B: I n. T s AND SEALER IN GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. 41, St. Clair Street, PITTTSBUUGH , PA. Every description of Ladies, Gentlemen's, and family wing executed by band or machine, on the sho rtest notice. April 84,1861—ly...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 4 September 1861

tmMmammmomomommmamismmommoMomoMmsmommtmosfummowMmmm PA3LY MAIL HA£K RUNNING REGULARLY BETWEEN rams m us u«. THE undersigned respectfully informs the generous ; Public, thai having the contract for the carrying of the uiail between the above points,"he has placed upon the j route two new and commodious Hacks for the ac- j coimnodation of the travnllng community, One will leave the Hamilton.House, Waynesburg, every morning, Sundays excepted, at 7} o'clock, and will arrive atRicee* Landing in time for the Boatto Pittsburgh, the other will leave Rices' Landing at the same time and arrive in Waynesburg at noon. No pains will be spared for the accommodation of passengers, TIMOTHY DOUGIIER, Proprietor. August 7th, 1861. no. 9. jp^^a*. PROM WAYNESBURG TO BICES' LANDING. THE undersigned begs leave to inform tiie public, that his lineof Hacks will leave the Greene House in Way nesburg, every morning at 7 o'clock, arrive at Rices' Landing in time to connect with the Boats leavingthat place...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 September 1861

THE WAYNESBURG MESSENGER, PUBLISHED BY JONES &. JENNINGS toAYNESBTJRG, GREENE COUNTY, PA ssasisasi SuBSOKifTif.K —SI 50 in advance; S?l TS at the n pitiitimi of six nionllis; S4 00 wilhin the year; S'? 5(1 after the expiration m'lhe year. AUVSHTISKMEKT8 inserted at 81 00 per pnnare fur three insertions, and 25 cents a square for each addiliou-;ll insertion; (ten lines or less counted a square.) in* A liberal deduction made m yearly advertisers. tLfJiw I'IUNTINU. OI all kinds, executed in lliel.es «tyle, ant! tnftisonaltle lernis, at the "Messenger" Job office. „ . . try TuWicatios R.*iut3 on east Mam street, nearly ¦opposite the Onrl House Squame.

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