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WHAT SECRETARY SEWARD THINKS OF NORTHERN DEMOCRATS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

WHAT SECRETARY SEWARD THINKS OF NORTHERN DEMOCRATS. "I know the Democracy of the North. I know them now in their waning strength. I do not know a possible disunionist among them all. I believe they will be as faithful to the Union now as they were in bygone days when their ranks were full and their challenge to the contest was always the war cry of victory." BS^-That is the way the great leader of the Republican party talked of the Northern Democracy in one of his last Senatorial speeches, and he did them but simple justice. N«- better evidence could be asked or furnished of the devoted patriotism of Northern Democrats than is to be found in the fact that they are gathered in tens and hundreds of thousands, under the "starry flag," in defence of the Union and Govern ment in this their day of peril. Democrats love this Government because it embodies the great Democratic ideas of popular equality, "freedom of religion, freedom of the press, and freedom of the person," and | ^e...

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THE CONCERT AT COLLEGE HALL [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

THE CONCERT AT COLLEGE HALL The "Soiree Musicale of Miss PETTIGREW'S Pupils came off, at College Hall, on Tuesday evening last, and was highly creditable to all the participants. The whole management and occasional performances of the accomplished Teacher herself, both vocal and instrumental, elicited warm and frequent marks of approval from the large audience in attendance. With no disposition to be over-partial in our praises, or invidious in comparison, where all did so well, we must say we were delig hted with Miss PHBLAN'S performances. She has a voice of great sweetness and cultivated taste. At the close of the regular performances Miss JENNIE HURD, the accomplished daughter of our good-natufed brother S ETH T. Hnan, Esq., of the "Brownsville Clipper," having been discovered in the audience, responded to a general call, by concluding the evening's entertainment with the inimitable performance of two pieces on the Piano, the first exhibiting a scientific skill and grace...

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A KIND WORD FROM A DEMOCRATIC FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

A KIND WORD FROM A DEMOCRATIC FRIEND. The following excellent letter was not intended for publication ; but it is so vigorously sensible, and breathes such a spirit of patriotic devotion to the Constitution and the Uifion, that we cannot withhold it from our readers. It is one of several of a similar character received by the Senior Editor, within the last few days, from old and steadfast Democrats in different portions of the county,—men of mature opinions and large patriotism, who think for themselves and have the manhood to utter their convictions. The author of this letter belongs to the hard-fisted yeomanry of the country, to whom, Jefferson teaches us, "we must look for the preservation of our liberties." In an interval of rest from his toils, our old friend has found time to say a word, first for the country of his love, and next for the "brave old parly," as he aptly styles the Democracy, which has been a mighty bulwark to the Government for sixty years, extending our ...

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18 HE SOUND ON THE "GOOSE ?•* [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

18 HE SOUND ON THE "GOOSE ?•* We understand that James Lindsey, Esq. who is a candidate for the Bench in this District, made a speech a few days since at Clarksville, Greene co., and denounced President Lincoln for having violated the Constitution in his efforts to put-down rebellion, &c. All that Mr. Lincoln did prior to the meeting of Congress was submitted to that body and almost unanimously approved. It is true, a few unhung traitors such as Vallandi g ham, Bayard, Breckinridge & Co. voted in the negative, and have since been serenaded by the rehels of Baltimore and other places, but we can hardly think Mr. Lindsey is one of their admirers. His taking the same ground in opposition to the Administration at least throws around him just cause of suspicion. We have no patience with the small fry politicians who denounce the Administration for having transcended Constitntional authority to put down armed rebellion, but have few words condemnatory of Jeff. Davis ...

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WINTER CLOTHING FOR OUR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

WINTER CLOTHING FOR OUR SOLDIERS. We find the following paragraph in the Republican, and transfer it to our columns in the hope that it may reach some who might not otherwise see it. The object is a most laudable one, and we confidently hope our lady readers will see to it that our brave boys are well furnished, with blankets and socks, for the rigors of winter. MiasCooKK will give faithful attention to the patriotic duty she has undertaken of forwarding these indispensible articles to our gallant lads: SOCKS AND BLANKETS.—The women of our County should be patriotic enough to knit our soldiers' socks for the coming winter. All socks forwarded by ladies in this county to Miss Mary A. Cooke, will be forwarded to their place of destination, and the money paid by the Government will be drawn for the benefit of families of Volunteers who are probably in some instances suffering for bread. Patriotic ladies, if you cannot go to war, you can relieve the soldiers' wants, then let us se...

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A SENSIBLE OMMOlffll [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

A SENSIBLE OMMOlffll We reacftirother COOKE'S, article in reply to our editorial on "Political Parsons" to our witty and discriminating friend HURD of the "Clipper," who listened to it with close attention, and remarked at its conclusion with his usual excellent sense and taste, "That, sir, is a very ingenious production: it matters little which end you begin at,—it reads with as much sensefrom one end as the other.'" After such ajust judgment on brother COOKE'S article, by one of his distinguished Republican co-laborers, we will be excused for making no reply to it.

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Is There any Further Use for the Democratic Party? [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

Is There any Further Use for the Democratic Party? Under this caption, the Chicago Times has an excellent article frorfia soldier in the Union Army, which we commend to the perusal of our readers and to the consideration of all reflecting men. Its reasoning is not only cogent, but irresistible:— "The recent action of the Democratic Central Committees of New Yorfc and Ohio, in refusing to form a coalition with the Republican party on their State ticket, should meet with the Cordial approval of every truly national Democrat throughout the country. There is an independence about their resolutions which has the ring of true patriotism, and they will, we trust, be followed up by the Democrats of every loyal State. The miserable farce of "no party" is about played out, and it'is time the people began to act accordingly. Every day we live convinces us that now, more than at any other time during the history of the country, is there a necessity for a thorough organization of our party...

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fjtoriito, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

fjtoriito, On the 5th inst., by Rev. J. A. Ewing, Mr. JOHN H. PIPES, to Miss SARAH J. Mc-NAT, both of Greene co., Pa. Jg^-The happy couple will long be remembered for the generous supply of cake which came with the above. May they live a th ousand years I On Thursday morning last, by Rev. Wm. Campbell, Mr. MARSHALL KINGSLAND, of Addison, Vt., to Miss FANNIE M. daughter of Capt. JESSE HOOK, of Greene county, Pa. J@»The amiable bride has the thanks of the Printers for the bountiful supply of delicious cake accompanying the above announcement. She and her "gude man" have our best wishes for their long lite, prosperity and posterity. On Saturday evening last, by the same, Mr. REZIN SHAPE, to Miss EUNICE, daughter of Mr. J. S. Condit, all of Greene co., Pa.

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§ttb, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

§ttb, In Franklin township, September 11th, 1861, Mrs. ISABEL, wife of WILLIAM GRAHAM, aged 54 years, 4 months and 16 days. At his residence in Greensboro, Greene Co., Pa., on the 2nd inst., DANIEL BOCGHNER, in the 73rd year of his age. Mr. Boughner was one of the earliest settlers of this county, and one of the first patrons of the "Messenger." He was highly esteemed, and leaves a large circle of friends and acquaintance to mourn his death.—[E DITORS MESS. On the 26th day of August, 186-1, at the residence of Adam Wise, in Alleppo tp., of Dropsy, JAMES BENNINGTON , aged 93 years, 4 months and 7 days. The deceased, was born in Frederick county, Md., and emigrated to AVashington county, in this State, about fifty years ago. He has resided for the last eleven years in this county. The deceased has, for the last thirty years, been a consistent member of the Christian Church. He retained his faculties to a remarkable de gree, up to, or near the time of his death, and has passed ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

Cook's Portable Sugar Evaporator ! FOB making Sorghum Sugar. The most rapid Evap orator in the world. Is very simple and beautiful in its operation. Is a self defecator and dispenses with all chemicals. Makes a beautifully clear honey-like Syrup, and is the only Evaporator which has made Sorghum S«»gar successfully. Is portable, always in order, cheap, economises fuel, and never fails to give perfect satisfaction Terms Ac, of Evaporator: No. 3 Fan 41 by 72 in galv iron, 8*5; same sise, cop. S05 '• 3 '• 45 by 90 •• 55; " •• ' 75 " 4 " 45 by 1(H •' 65; •' " •' 85 Weight without brick. Cap'yof boilinggood Cane Juice No. 2, 24i lbs. No 2 about 2 bbls. per hou-. " 3 280 IDS. •' 3, " 3 •' ¦• " 4. 330 lbs. " 4, " 4 " " BLYMERS, BATES * DAY, Mansfield, Ohio. THOMAS M. MCCLELLAND, Agent for Greene county, Carmichaelt, Oreene county, Pa. Sept. 25. 1861—31. FAIR! I FAIR!! THE Oreene County Agricultural Society will hold its Ninth Annual Pair at Cannichaels, on Thurs •lay and Friday, the 10th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

[ pttsimrgjj 'Qbhximmttik. 1 WBW FALL OOODS FOB 1861, I J. M. BUECHFIELD'S, MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. JVJJW CALICOS . .VBIV QU* ft HAMS, JV£ W BLEA CHED MUSLIM'S, AX W PLAID FLANNELS, SAT/NETS, KENTUCKY JEANS, CASSIMERES, CLOTHS. • RED FLANNELS, YELLOW FLANNELS, QKET FLANNELS. In addition to the above, we are (losing output entire stock at reduced prices for cash par money. The stock will be found one ef tbe best and fullest in the city. Sept. II, 1861—6m. WALL 7JLPSB., ~WXxxt3L<y%Kr SIi»aea, EVERY VARIETY—LOWEST PRICES. JOHN J. DEZ0UCHE, 112 WOOD STREET, CORNER 5TH.. PITTSBURGH, PA. Green and Buff Oil Cloth for Blinds. Cord, Tassels, and Curtain Trimmingt) of every description. Also, a fine assortment of Gilt Comices-Sept. II, 1861. THE FLACK FOR CITIZENS OF GREENH COUNTY TO OKT THKIK STATIONERY, Blank Books, Court Records, &c, 18 iT W. a. Johnston & Oo.'s, Steam Printing House, Blank Book Factory, and Stationery House, 57 WOOD STREET, Sept. 11,1461—ly...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

yi ¦ ¦-¦¦. JR. J... :&.'¦« •= Paptsteg Stofltpt fkZS^C asA j^- 7 ^ ^ n.^B^^^SjJ"SaCsL^B^B^KBMTO%?>aEj=&? *** "A sentiment nol *ote appalled, corrupted or compromised. It knows no baseness; Jt cowers to Do 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 obligations-the law of nature pervading the law of the land." WAYNESBURG, PA. Wednesday, Sept. 26th, 1861.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

DEMOCRATIC TICKET PRESIDENT JUDGE, JA.MES LINDSEY, ESQ.. ef Oreene county. ASSOCIATE JUDGES, Hos. JONATHAN GARRARD, of Greene township. COL. T. P. POLLOCK, of Morgan township. ASSEMBLY, P. DONLEY, ESQ., of Perry townsnip. DISTRICT ATTORNEY, E. A. M'CONNELL, ESQ. ef Marion township SHERIFF, THOS. LUCAS, ESQ., of Cumberland township. TREASURER, JOSEPH P. EANDOLPH, of Jefferson township. COMMISSIONER, - DANIEL THROCKMORTON. of Franklin township, AUDITOR, THOMAS SCOTT, of Wbitely township, CORONER, JOHN BEADLEY, of Marion township. '

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; The First of the Season. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

; The First of the Season. J Our neighbor, WM. A. Poarm, Esq., has just returned from the Bast, bringing with him a perfect avalanche of Dry Goods and Notions. Purchased at war prices, and selected with scrupulous care, the public may be assured their interests will be consulted by calling early and examining th* stock, and supplying their wants. Mr. PORTER'S courtesy and integrity have secured him a large trade, and will retttm it. Go and see his Goods. HJ^ We want some coal. Who will : bring it)

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IAABRA, LAURA, DON'T SECEBE " [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

IAABRA, LAURA, DON'T SECEBE " Kiss me, Laura, ere 1 go Am'd and driB'd to meet the foe; Gun in hand, and O-B my back A eisteea pcrosdeT—havereftek. I go; my country calls—adieu ! To both, my darling girl be true; And come success, scathe and need, Laura, Laura, don't secede. When dn the tented field, perhaps. With rations short, and shorter naps, We wheel, present, advance, retreat, Thou'lt have, 0 ie»veDS 'at *hy feet Some one pewuadingly present Bunse!'' and an establishment; Laura, no such trifler heed 1 Though he glitter, don't secede. -Cling unto thy mother, dear; Let no "Home Guards" come anear, Dancing gegaws 'fore thy eyes, •Making lig ht of household ties. Prating of thy woman's rights, Gallanting thee about o' nights, Lest the rose should prove a weed Basely crimsoned, don't secede. Gopd-by, Laura! No regrets If from balls and bayonets, From 'broils and battles'—(boils, I mean) •For deadlier is the soup tureen, When badly seasoned, than the bore ,Of the loudest can...

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HOW LIFE IS LOST [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

HOW LIFE IS LOST A man died the other day at the Bellevue Hospital, after being sick Over two years. On opening the Chest, there was scarcely a single inch of sound lungs on one side; the Drg&u had broken down in one mass of corruption, and the yellow matter of consumption was dipped Out with a skull, the most convenient cup at hand. He had been working in the garden one summer day, and feeling a little tired at noon, went around to the shady side of the house and sat down to rest. A little wind was blowing, which was so very grateful to him that he indulged himself in it for some minutes, when he was taken with a chill, and never knew a well moment afterwards. Only two days ago, one of the sweetest possible pair of black eyes came ,to enquire, with all the shrinking and diffidence inseparable from the occasion, what we thought of the case ©fayoung gentleman who had applied for advice within a week, stating as a reason that they were engaged to be married- The young ...

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farmer atta jjmwefaifc [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

farmer atta jjmwefaifc HOUSES—DIBEBTIOUS TO PURCHASERS. Of course every man wishes for a sound horse, without defect in wind, Jimb or sight. The various imperfections which occur in each of these are here enumerated: THEBYKS.—When the animal about ito be purchased is at the stable door, before he is brought out, examine his eyes; the light coming upon them in that situation, will enable you to discover any defect that may exist. Ee-«aember that both eyes must be in an equal degree of light; and regarding this, observe that there is no difference in the eyes, for if they be not alike one jinust be diseased. If both eyes be clear and hazel round the pupil, and the pupil itself be blue and free from any white specks—if it contract in the light and dilate when in the shade fou may conclude the eyes are good, f the eyes be blue round the pupil itself be m the least degree affected with external specks, or damp-seated pearly whiteness, termed cataract; it it do not diminish or enl...

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OATOHlffP-^UOUMBER CATOHUP [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

OATOHlffP-^UOUMBER CATOHUP Judging from the numb.v of recipes i» vogue, -we should say that "catchup" could be made of any vegetable that grows, as well as sundry ¦ other things that are not ranked as vegetables—the general formula being: Plenty of all sorts of strong spices, and a small quantity of anything else you choose, from a toinato to a green walnut, or boiled basswoop chips. (Green walnut, or butternuts, by the way, to make good pickles.) An excellent housekeeper of our acquaintance furnishes for the Ag riculturist the_ latest recipe for catchup, said to be " very good, to wit: Take green cucumbers; pare and chop very fine: sprinkle on salt, and let them stand an hpur or so; put initio a strong cloth, and press out all * TIA Kanid oossible ; pat the fine pieces remaining into bottles, ana aao vm* »g»r,.bl»ek pepper, and salt. Cork j^^aod aet aside for use Small bottles are preferable, so that 01% a small quantity aeed be opened at a , time, as it mpldsafter much e...

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ELECTION PROCLAMATION [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

ELECTION PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, in and by an act. of tb* General Assembly, of UM Commonwealth of Pemwylvsnis, entitled, AH rtci relating to the elections of this CotnmonWealth, passed 2n ,4 day ot July, A. L>. 1839, it is made tbe duty of the Sheriff of every county within this Commonwealth to give public notice of'he General Elections, and in such notice to enumerate: ). The officers to bo elected. S. Designate the place at which the election is to be held. !, George Wright, High Sheriff of the county of Greene, do hereby make known aud give this public notice to the Electors df . tttc coiltity of Greene, that on the SECOND TUESDAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, (being the Slh day of the month,) a General Election will be held at the several election districts established by law in said county, at which time they will vote by ballot for tho several offices hereinafter named, Viz: ONE PEttSdlfr for the office of President Judge of the Fourteenth Judicial District. TWO PERSONS for the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 26 September 1861

O. HAMMRft.] [o< H DAUl.KR. HAMHER k HAULER'S GAB9NET WARER00IK, Wo. ITS 8MITHFIEI.D STREET, Between Tib Street and Strawberry Alley, PITTSBURGH, PA. Constantly on hand a large assortment ofeiegant and Fashionable FURNITURE, warranted to be of the be st materials and workmanship. Prices low to suit the times. All orders will be promptly attended to. March 6, 1861—no 39—ly. ELI ATEN. Z. W. PHELAN NEW CABINET SHOP. PUBLIC attention is tailed to the new Cabinet Wareroom, one door east of Minor's Store, where a 1) kinds of Cabinet Furniture will be furnished to ordei in the most improved style, and on the most reasonable terms. Bureaus. Book-Cases, Cupboords, Bedsteads, Tables, Stands. &c. Also COFFINS Will be put up with the greatest possible dispatch aud at the very cheapest rates. ATEN & PHELAN. Waynesburg, May 8, 1861. THE EXCHANGE! J. TAYLOR & CO., Having opened a Wholesale and Retail Liquor Store in the Basement of the "HAMILTON HOUSE," Waynesb...

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