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

*t. He*. Br. Bomence, BISHOP of Pittsburgh, will administer ihe Sacrament of Confirmation, in the Catholic church, of this borough, al 10 o'clock, A. M., an Sunday 15th hist. The public are invited to attend. Sept. 11, 1861—It. XWOHBABX HOTJ8S, BY I. THOMAS, JEFFERSON, GREENE COUNTY, PA. Sept. II, loot—ly. rRAHKI.IV HOTJSB, Vreoterlclttowu, Pa. EZRA 8HCHENER, Proprietor. His Tahleis supplied with the best the country affords, and his Bar wiili the choicest Liquora. Bept. Il,;i861—3t. a-, aso-srxa, a- *- ., TVru her of Vocal Music, has opened a juvenile claws in tiie Mt'tlnniist < hurdi, Waynesburg, ami will be h»pp> to receive pupils. Private iustrut-tinn given if desired Terms moderate. Satisfaction given, or no charge will be made. Aug. 28, 13*1. Drtober election. TO THE VOTERS OF THE FOURTEENTH JU UICIAL DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA, COMPOSED OF THE COUNTIES OF WASHINGTON. FAYETTE ANDGREENE: I am a- Candidate for Election in October next, tor I lie office of PRESIDE...

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

JWEMOCBATIC TICKET. PRESIDENT iCDGE, JAMES LINDSEY, ESQ., or Greene county. ASSOCIATE JCDOBS. Ho». JONATHAN GARRARD, of Greene township. COL. T. P. POLLOCK, of Morgan township. 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. DANIEL THROCKMORTON, of Franklin township. AUDITOR. THOS. SCOTT, of Whitely township. CORONER. JOHN BRADLEY, of Marion township.

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

Draocmcv.—"-A sentiment not to be appalled, corrWvtsd or confromited. It kno*s as lumn ; if cower,to no danger; it oppresses n* »esx«Ms. Dulructu, only of despot*"*- it « lit sole eontervatorof littrti, Uior andproptrty. H utht sentiment «/ JiVee-¦naturiptnodinglke late of the land.

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« e» dj m- *¦ .—. , ¦setters from tbe Seat of War. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 September 1861

« e» dj m- *¦ .—. , ¦setters from tbe Seat of War. We publish, this week , several letters from our gallant lads in the army of the Pptomac, and expect, from time to time , to keep our readers advised of the whereabouts and varied fortunes of our Greene County boys. The Harrisburg letter of our "W&ggoty" correspondent was unavoidably crowded out last week, and by this ti«< ¦*» l°st much ot Its interest, and islhcretfip laid aside. His future favors, LnaasWu ' .v-aaaaaaat; il however, will receive prompt-attention, it he will make thorn as concise as possible. Crowd all the facts you can in a short space anoVit will add to the interest ot your letters. We owe a compliment to our esteemed friend, Dr. SAM'L CULVER, of Jeffersen, for kindly communicating Mr. INGHRAM'S letter. Since putting the above in type, we find we are compelled to defer Ringgold's letter until next week.

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FRIENDLY GREBTIWaS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 September 1861

FRIENDLY GREBTIWaS. We are indebted lo several cotemporanes tor flattering and kindly welcomes to the corjw editorial. We cordially reciprocate the well wishes of our brethren of the quill, and assure them of our sincere desire to "keep the peace" and cultivate the friendliest relations with all of them. Our readers will overlook the vanity that prompts us to append a single notice from the pen of our old-time associate and we trust life-long friend. Col. E. G. RODDY of tbe Uniontown "Genius," than whom there are few better fellows or more decided and consistent Democrats this side of " sundown :"—"N EWSPAPER CHANGE.—By some unfortunate mistake we did not receive a Waynesburg Messenger last week, but have learned from private sources that Mr. RITCHIE is superceded in that "institution" by our old friend and fellow tinner . Col. R. W. JONES. Whilst we regret to part with Mr. R ITCHIE, we most heartily congratulate Col. JONES upon his return to the fraternity. Col. JONES is a go...

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NEW LAW FIRijI. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 September 1861

NEW LAW FIRijI. It will be seen, by a caid on the outside of to-day's paper, that our late predeces* sor on the editorial tripod, J. G. RITCHIE, Esq., has effected a partnership with one of our ablest and most successful Attorneys, A. A. P URMAN, Esq., and will henceforth devote himself to the practice of the law in this and adjoining counties. Mr. RITCHIE is a young gentleman of decided talent, is well versed in the law, and we doubt not will command a success commens.prate with his acknowledged worth and deservings. We ardently ihppe he may run a long career of honorsand usefulness. Of Mr. PI/RMAN it is useless to speak in this community, where his ability, untiring energy and thorough acquaintance with his profession have made him one ot the foremost members of our Bar.

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Speeches OH tbe War. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 September 1861

Speeches OH tbe War. We are called on, every week, to publish lengthy speeches ot Holt, Vallandingham, and others on the War, If we printed all we are asked to publish in this line, we would have little or ' no space left for other matter, and would be subjected te general fault-finding at the hands of the great mass of our readers who look for the usual variety every week. This is our only reason for not comply ing with the requests of our friends, in publishing lengthy speeches, and we trust it will be satisfactory. We cordially approve the Union sentiments of Mr. HOLT, and are first, last and always for sustaining the Government, fhe Constitution and the Laws. _—. ¦ —• , , . .

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SEW VOLUNTEER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 September 1861

SEW VOLUNTEER COMPANY. A new Volunteer Company for Gen. HOWELL'S Regiment was organized at the Court House on Saturday last by the election of the following officer* : — Captain, GEO. E. MINOR. 1st Lieut., NICHOLAS HAGKR. 2nd " JAS. B. LINDSEY. Orderly Serg't., R. A. SAVERS. These are good selections, and at least one ot the officers, Lieut. HAGKK, has seen actual service, and though small in stature, is "every inch a soldier." Our neighbor MINOR 13 . rather fat tor a Southern campaign :ip the healed term, but has the brains and pluck to make an excellent officer, and will command the respect and confidence of h,is men. The company numbers some 40 men, and will soon fik up. "Fall in, mer.," yon who love your country and are willing to serve her in this hour of her need.

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Apology. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 September 1861

Apology. We owe an apology to our readers for the bad appearance of the outside of this week's paper. It is owing altogether to tbe wreiched bad quality of a keg of printing ink we received a few days ago. We are using a much better article now, however.

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JAMES LINDSEY ESQ,. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 September 1861

JAMES LINDSEY ESQ,. We clip the following paragraph from last week's "Genius of Liberty :" — JAMES LIUDSKT , ESQ.—Mr. Lindsey, our able and popular candioate for President Judge, has been in town this week, and hos<3 ol friends, all who have had the pleasure of forming his acquaintance, seem de* lighted with the man; and as his ability and qualifications lor the honorable and responsible position tor which he has been nominated, are conceded, we now more than ever predict his election by an overwhelming majority. He has certainly made a most favorable impression among our people. STIie last "Brownsville Times" contains 3 Uniontown letter from the Editor making tbe following mention of Mr. Lindsey: "James Lindsey, Esq., of Waynesburg. our very worthy candidate for President Judge, is here. We had the pleasure today of partaking an excellent dinner with him, ana a number of frieuds, at Thorndell's Hotel. Mr. Lindsey's fine social qualities win him friends wherever he goes...

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Support tbe Government. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 September 1861

Support tbe Government. "lam for supporting the government. I do not ask who administers it. It is the government of my country, and as such 1 shall give it, in this extremity,all the support in my power. 1 regard the pending contest with Secessionists as a death struggle for Constitutional Liberty and Law." —John A. Dix. These are the sentiments of Hon. JOHN A. Dix, a member of Mr. BUCHANAN'S Cabinet, now a Major General in the army, and the sentiments ol the entire Democratic party of tbe North. The Democratic party will stand by the Union; and the Republican party, much as they woutd like it, cannot drive them from their loyalty by calling them "traitors." The Republicans may as well give up calling hard names. We must mutually assist one another in putting down this rebellion, and when that is accomplished we can look over the battle fields and see, in this, as in every other war in which our country has engaged, who have done the fighting and who have been the "traitors."...

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Or. Whittlesey. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 September 1861

Or. Whittlesey. Dr. Whittlesey will beat the Green House, Waynesburg, on Monday, the last day of September, and Tuesday, the first day of October, where al^ who wish can aval themselves of his skill in the treatment of Chronic I iseases.

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

I WAKTTBD. A GOOD GIRL to do general huuse work A per iiianetit heme and liberal wages Inline at the "Messenger" office. Sept 11, 1861—tf. «—^— ' '¦' ¦ ¦ —sssasa—a1 Jittsburgl Jbbertisemints. THOS. C. LAZEAR, ATTORWST AT LAW, NO. 65 GRANT STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA Sept. II, 18IU—ly. HOFlTFbaNDRY, JBr«3-<p«rxxoj'^rlXl.«»n F A -. THOMA8 KACI.LfcSONS, u their Foundry on Water street, Bridgeport. Pa., near the C. ?. Church, are prepared to furnish Engines aad Machinery fur Saw and Grist Mills, Oil Wells, Tanneries, sec. Fancy Iron Bailing for yards, balconies, cssseteries, tec., always on band or made to order on short neist* Pleisg h Castings, and Castings ef all kinds. Sept. II, 1861—ly. MSW TAXJ, OOODB TOM 18491, J. M. BUBCHTIKLD'S, MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA JTEir CALICOS . Jfkiur OIJtaHJIMS, JfK W BLEACHED MUtLUfS, JfKW PLAID FLAXXELS, SATMKTS, KKXTUCKY JEAJtS. CJSSIMERES. CLOTHS. REDFLAJMCELS, TELLOtTrLAJfJfXLS. BRET FLAJfMTLS. In addition lo the above, we are stos ing ou...

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

pitshrg! ^brrta cuts. \mr T. BOWK, fl'TTSRUSLOU sr&ur.i AEFINIT. (!tfDY MANUFACTORY, WUOLKS*I.K DHAI.LII iaf Foreign nnd Domestic Fruits, Nats, PiMea, preserves . Sardines, <)r'c. 1ST MBEHTY-STBIIRT, PITTSBURGH, VA. Having a large connection with iuipxrtiiig Lou-ir.s, E-.iht I :im pr.-p.ireil to furnish Country Dealer' «illi a Iiirgu ii-sorlnieiit ofr'nri-ian I'mils as lbi-> arrive iu Hull w-ii«..ii, on •iiualiy as ¦ ." •'ll tl',: - a* "' >' ral: 1>"V j;l ' 'uwhere. , 1 iiiimnw ri'ci'ivitigsn"w crop of Oraimei. l-euiuiiH, Figs, Dales, Raisins, l'rimes, Plums, l urrauls and i:vT'rpdei'cii1 ,iiiiu of N UTS. 4l-», l-'n-:ih t'eucbci iu Oaiisofai-iilH-riorquiitity, ricklcs,. Preserves, Olive, Oils, Cal»aps, &.C. _ Common F-itii v nnd Cryitalwed Caudles, ucniuraclured from the uesW materials, anil will be H-liiuliuu I-.WCSL piic.-s. 1 ¦'. -.¦: 1«1 call i-pi'cial attention to uiy Itousli Vitmly. It is nut suipa.sseij in the Country for the cu...

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

ii H."!>IICB1 [i K n«i-i.,:n. HAHinER fe DAULER'S 6ABINET WAHEROOM, No. 1W JJMITHFIEl.OSTHEET, Heiweeu Ttli sjtieutaud rttrawherry Alter, riTTSiiVHUH, PA. Constautiy on hand a larce assuitmein ol elei-aul and I'iisliionali'.- Fl'RMTVRE, warrantud oi i,e of the l.est iiiati'i iats and iviirkuiaTiship. Prices low la sail tlia limes. -AUnrder* will be |ireiu,i'!y aueiuled to. March li, ISM— no 39-lysw"i"jww—w——tf»«M—¦———i^—sw—aga. LLI ATEX, 2. W. PULI.A.V WBW GAOTET SHOP. PUBLIC atlemion is cailert t« the new Cabinet Wa .-r...im, out. tlum yastot" Minor's Mtore, \vUt.n* U iiiii'lH nf ' *:*I'i:!**t Ftrtitinne will liu .'urni^iti'i! io.-.r.iei n i lie most ¦ ui proved uiy If. and on tlu» most r^risoiri It? tiMuia. Diircaui*, i*uuk-**''*^'S, Cujrf.'iords, Uedste«Jrt, Tdt.U j , Siauds, ii:. Af>'<» C07F1I.S \\ ilTItfl put uy with Ui« gtt-iiii..n possible) titts^utcl. aud at tbe vt^ry rhoape?: rat«^ - ATEX & PHELAN. Wayiienbarf, Hay H, IStil. THEEXCHANGE!J....

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

NEWGOODS.0E0R0E U0.9KINS0X HAS Just received IVnm the Kastern Cities a larco stock ol'seiisonable "ooils, anionu Ti'liich :n r, he einlinerateil Dress Goods, Dross Trimmings, SCnslin Delaines, French Gtagiiamq, Barage Delaines. Domestic Ginghams, Bleached Muslins, Brown HUEnslins, Cloths and Cassimeres, Fresh Family Groceries, Fish, Sait, Hardware, Queensware, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoos, &c„, &c.,\ Toitetlier with a variety of NOTOINrt. Customers nnd the piihlic generally are invited to calUmd examine his assortment of Goods. Sold cheap for cash, or country produce. GEOKGE a(J5>h.liNSUi\ . Waynesburg, April 17—no 45. R.K.CAMPBELL.Tin vint Jn-5 ! rcceiYed a lar»e stock of (roods from tbe Eastern tines, which he is determined to sell as low as any other establishment in Wayneshurrr, fur casLi or aood yroUuce, consisting iu g-mds tvf the followim;; X3XI.Tr 0-OOJ3.3, Clothrs, (Visinit'tes, Buffalo, Votdt tSUawIi;, Tieklug Ulankets, Klanne.o, Lindsoys. Onil...

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

R-E&ISTHm'S 3SO.MCB, [ .Nonce t." heriMjy clvon to nil whom ;1 may rnacorn,: that tin, undertogue'l, Executor-* ,A'lniiiiistrat')is' an.t Gilardi.'ins, have ordered their several accounts rn be - pnblNheil for sptth-turin nt ^ i-nteuil-er Term. ISill, uin! ¦ ¦ thiil said accounts wilt be filed accordinz to law, and I |ir "?"iaed lo the OipliauS' C'oUrl lor thu tNiunty of \ ! tirt-ene, rUtllu of Pi nnsylvania, at said Term oil I Wednesday, the IStti day ot Hepteiuher, at » u'clocx, i 1'. Ai , for conlirnialion and allowance. j N. 11 — riaid accounts u.uwt be on lite Uilrtv days pro- I ccdin". the eittii^of said Court. ' j The account of William Parcel, Administrator "f tio I Estate of Molonmn L. Piircel, dee'd. ' The account of Daniel boner ami Hannah "orter, Administrator of tin; Lstale of John Purler, dec'.:. The partial accounl n'' .I.ihn I'liclun .-.nil J-s.-e I.a/.ear, llsn'rs, Adiuillisiraiors of IU nietnhr.tu'n U. LiuiU sey, dec'u. Tl-.e account of Solomon (lordonani...

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

llifbicims. '^ tLIXIR PR0PYU»E. TIIE KeW KKMsIDY POU iilillflSl,o--During the pa-"L year fvn have introduced lo th« n'; lice «? ihe medical profession of this country tho Pur Cry. - (.If-td (Jut'Ji'hU uf Propul'twins, fu a EEMEDY FOR BHEUMATISM; anl having received from many sources, both I'rou. pbysiiui- .f tho highest standing and from patioine, the most Viuticrlnsj Tedtlrcoulals of Its real Talue iu the treatment of this painful and obstinate disease,, we are m.Incett to present il lo the public in a forrr. ItEAliv FOR IMMEDIATE I'rt'J , which we hope wall coiii:n;;ii! itself to thuse who are mtPerinj will. this aiilicnuj.' complaint, and to the medical ptnMitior er ft ho may f-,-l disposed to test the powers 01 till"' Villoable leuiee .'. ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE, In the form above spoken of, has rcceiilly been extensively cipiiilncnti::/ with in the PKNSSYLVASIA HOSPITAL., nnd with MARKED SUCCESSI as will appear from the pllMisilfd accounts in the medical jocrnals.) !J_i"H is caref...

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HARVRST HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 September 1861

HARVRST HYMN. BY CEOBGE n. rriKNTI'Tl. ^i t Carmel's mount the prophet laid His offering on thealtar-etone; And tiro descended from tho skie=, And round the holy altar shone ; And'ttyis,.jyiteit spring went smiling past, Otjr oflerinf;s on iho enrth were cast . And God's own blessing has come down. Our sacrifice of faith to crown. No conqueror o'er our fields fca* gone. T» blast witb. war our «ummer bowers. And stain with bleiv' of wo and guilt, Tho soil fhars'vcth iifo to flowers; But me-min? dews and evening rains Have fallen on our beauteous plains, And earth, throurrh till her realms abroad, <Jlves back the ima?e at her God. Bright with the Autumn'3 riehests tints Each hill lifts up its head on hi-fi, And spreads Us fruits and blossoms out, An offering meet beneath the sky ; And lull, aud plain, and vale and grove Join In the sacrifice of love, And wind, and stream, and lake, and aea, Lift high their hymns of ecstaey. Il Is the festival ot earth— . . The flamo of lo...

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A sini-A fur Uvdrnnrmlila. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 September 1861

A sini-A fur Uvdrnnrmlila. On* of oar exchanges publishes tho following relative to an alleged remedy for hydrophobia : "A Saxon forester, named Oastell now of tho venerable nge ot eighty-two unwilling to take to ih.Q ' . .jjrayQ with him a secret ,of so much importance has made public in the-Leipstc Jmtrnay the means winch ho affirms ho has rescued many human beings and cattle from the fearful death bftiydrophoJia Take Imemtliatcly warm vinegar or tepid water, wash tho wound clean therewith and then,dry it then pour. upon the wonnd a few dropsof hydrochloric acid liocnujse |nk>eral acids destroy the poison of the saliva by which means the' tatter is neutralized," AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY—The following ia recommended by an eminent physician at Washington as an infallible remedy for protracted diarrhoea. It has been long used in family practice?, was recently tried camp of the Kew York Twenty-second regiment, whcTfe there wero from eiglity to ono hundred cases daily of dys...

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