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liTiae Ai'k-tfsi of Kx-Minisleir E'asslknci 1 . [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

liTiae Ai'k-tfsi of Kx-Minisleir E'asslknci1 . Col Porter, the Provost Marshal), arrested on Monday, Hon. Charles J. Faulkner, late United Stale.-; Minister to Fiance.— The order lor hi.; arrest was loaned from the War Department. A heavy detachment, of iiiinutry iicenmpaiileir the P10-vo.-t Muishall i" ;riiard against-my ciisluibaacii lital ihe arrest might prompt. Mr. Faifk.io!' promptly acknowledged llie aniln.'i'iiy, aud signified his readme:-;; 10 ac-|-iii.i|i;iiiy |!, i"i.ii:::i'i'. He we i taken to the jai', v. here the other prisoners of war are coiiieied. Tliojaii was ;•!, once su - rounded by a huge crowd, anxious to grattiy tin ir curiosity by a sight of the place wliei'd he was coiii'mod. Mr. Fauiknei occupies a lower llooi ol'the jail nud has a j waul atljoiuiiig thai ct Dr. Fleming, ot Virginia, who is also a piisoiierand a man of wc^liti nud itill iionr-c.. When first cirested, Mr. Faulkner was somewhat, excited, but he shortly lceovered hiniseir, ami during the...

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Wc Confisratfuc R1U. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Wc Confisratfuc R1U. The following is a copy of th& act, which has been passed by Congress: JINACT io Confiscate IWpcrty used for In* - eurrcctior.ary Purposes. Be il enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives if the Uiiitcd States of America in Congress assembled, That if, under the present or any future insailection against tho Government of the United Spates, after the President of tho United Slates shall have declared by proclamation, lhat the laws of the United States are op* posed, and the execution thereof obstruct-, ed, by combinati ons too powerful to be suppressed by the ordinary course ot judicial proceedings, or by the power vested in the marshals by law, and person or persons, his, her, or their agent, attorney, or employee, shall purchase or acquire, sell or give, any property of whatsoever kind or discription, with intent to use or employ the same, or suffer the same to be used or employed, in aiding, abetting, or promoting sucb^insurrection or r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Slarricb. On Tuesday, August 13th, 18G1, by Rev. I. N. Gary, Mr. WM. STEVEWSON, of Faye'.le county, to Miss JANE E. SHELBY, of'Greene county, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

i!!L_____ At Carlisle, Pa., August lltb, 18G1, Mrs. ELEANOR CRAJGH, wife oi Dr. John Creigh, dee'd, (and Mother of Drs. S. & W. Creigh, of this place,) in the 87th year of her age.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

7 i ¦vt^^baw ^' \ ¦ ¦¦¦¦ & f|Rpc^en|ero WVYN ^^UIG, p.\. ' • Josnni n. niTcjrmlT 1 r I JAMES'S. JUNTOS. ) ,J -"r-r -' j Weteday Aloiwib% A UP ;. 21, 1801.

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i West Point Graduates. | [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

i West Point Graduates. | The Sanitary Coniniistion report thai [ they have examined the register at West Point, and that since the establishment off the Academy in 1S02, the graduates uum- i ber nearly 1,'JOO. Of these iihoul one halt ' arc still in thu service. The rest are either : dead, resigned, or have seceded. Of the ; oO0 or COO resigned, the Ctmmission pub- I lish a Hsi of IIS who they think are still available lor service. Still, a number of . tbase may be hicapaciiaii.i), but no iLuiibt j enough will he'found willing to serve, who ' will amply repay tho Government for the trouble of searching them out. Of those iu our section wo only notice the namenoi Goo. VV. Cass, of liiownsville. and fern i fain I V' vf JJroreton, oi" Pitithuiv. - _. - . x I'Ta • - ¦ ¦»

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Exchange of Prisoners. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Exchange of Prisoners. | There is a difference of opinion among prominent men in Washington in relerence to an exchange of prisoners. It is generally understood lhat the government holds that it cannot enter into aci arrangement with Jeff. Davis for an ex« change of prisoners without" recognizing io a certain extent bin so-called government If this is lo be Ihe final sculenient oflho question the rebels will pmsrsn an impoitaiil advantage over us. While we allow prisoners to iro free upon Inking an oath ol allegiance, they will keep our men taken by them in prison, or will put Ihem at work upon rebel entrenchments. It is claimed by some thai it is impossible to avoid in a great war like this the recognition ol belligerent lights as belonging to tin; rebels. England in tbe revolutionary w;ii' admitted us lo possess certain rights, and did not ban. , evtrv prisoner taken or try him for trunsuii. There is a very strong party heie which lav-,is a policy which sh.-tll, ii possible,...

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Affairs a| * Sbrtugfield. ; [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Affairs a| * Sbrtugfield. ; The latest arrivals l . rora Springfield are t up to Friday morning, and report the fqlloi^ing in regard to the matters ir^ that portion of the State: The Federal woops were slillegj^mped' at Little York, ten nules weartJISpringiielift but Generala - Lyon aiiASftgs! w«re e\ their headquarters ia in »ho latter place, their forces numbered 7,000, and had 25 pieces of ariillrey. It was affirmed, and generally beiievedv that MoCultuch was only 20 miles distant, with 20,006 men, and advancing tor an attack—the . Federal forces being prepared and resolved to give battle. An action was daily expected. - On Wednesday, of last week a skirmish occurred on Shoal Creek, 60 miles south of Springfield, between 50 Home Guards, Capt. Moore, and an equal number of State wen. One man was killed on the side oi the latter, b^t the Home Guards escaped without loss, Imd retired safely to Springfield. Tiie Uuion ' men engaged were from Stone and Barry counties. This new...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

-^jr~——: •w jpfe^^bberiemtiit ^ "* jjpBT^ia-iTtrjiiBi WARi^HOUS E No. 33 and 40 Smithfiald St., OPPOSITE THE CilKABD H1H1SH, * PITTSBURGH, PA. THE undersigned are constantly mtiiiifacturin^ and selling at reduced prices, every iles^ri ption of Parlor, Chamber, Library, Dining.Room, and'Office 1?'U IA N&TXJ&i. -m-Warranted tu be ofthe best mau-rial ami wor-itmw'ship. Furn iture forshippniff. Customer* can rely on having; goods purchased from this establishment, securely and properly packed iortransportation. Steamboats supplied as u-*uat with promptness, and on liberal ternia. T. Ii. YOUNG & CO. March 27, 1861—no 4*2—ly. £1PR1NG OF 1801. Will t£t£iU The Largest Aasoitmem and Lowest Pj-ic s in Pittsburgh. Come and see WALTER V. MARSHALL., No. 87 WOOD STREET, (Near Fourth, at the Old Stand,) Has lorsule beautiful French German &. American WALL PAP&KS, For Parlors, Halls, Chambers, Churches, Lodges, 50,000 rolls at 12Jcts. 50.001) rolls at 6, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

STbI,\WlY'S PIWOS. i rffni ww m BEST nmi u ns WORLD. Ttity have twice u much tone »a those of any other Maker—They have the fall Iron Frame—The French Grand Action—The over-¦ trnugbau, and many other Improvements. HJ ~A written unarantee warranting each Piano for IFI-VE! YE3.A.H.S, Is given at the timr; ut purebafee, and entitling the buyer in return the instrument if proved defective. The t*TI'ii.WVAy PlAiNOK have invariably received the fu.Mjesr. \n\ze medals, wherever tfiev Lave been ejthibil^u at itie State and Cr.univ I'i-iis. «oJe;j^eiA i'ur themi'ivallt'd sTJIi.N WAY PIANOS for We^ieriM*enira. Eastern Ohio, ami North Western Virginia, is ;it ii. KLEBKR & BUG'S., NO. 53 FIFTH ST , Next daor to Masonic Hall, PITTSBURGH, PA. P. 8.—Alan, Carhart's Original Melodious. Martin's unrivalled Guitars. Brass and WindUi.struruenls, Strings, and every other article in the smsicial line, rom a.leweharp to a Ctiurcli Oi^an; Newest sheet Music received weekly. Marcb ti, ISul—uo39—l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

NEW GOODS, GEORGE HOSK1NSON " HAS jmt received from the Eastern Citiea a l-'Ee stock of seasonable goods, among which may be enumerated Dress Goods, Brass Trimmings, Mtnslin Delaines, French ainghauns, Barag-e Delaines. Domestic Ginghams, Bleached Muslins, Brown Muslins, Cloths and Cassimeres, Fresh Family Groceries, Fish, Salt, Hardware, Queensware, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, die, sStc.,, Together wilh a variety of \OTOL\S. Custnin^rs ami thifpitlilicgenerally jire inviied localland cximiiiio liis assnrtinent ol'f.'ooils. Sold r.linnp for cnsii. or (¦oiunry produce- GEOKGE IIOSKINSON. Waynesburij, April 17—no 45. A. WILSON, jr., AT THE NEW STORE IN WILSON'S NEW BUILDINGS, HAS JUST RECEIVED A SUPPLY OF 1IE311IP VyHICII havejust been selected in tiie Eastern Cities '" and brought to Waynesburg, and are now opening CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES, The best quality of French, English and \merican Cloths and Cassimeres. color and quality warranted. A full a^sortmiMit of Cottonaiies. plai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Having proofs NO gtrongJrad direct as to EXPEL XpMDOIJBTS For Sutesmen, J idgcsTifdiiare/ * Physicians of ihe oldeetachoola an well aa newvaive it their unqualified sanction, and recommend it fm all cases of eruptions, and diseases of the scalp anf brain, but all who havo used it, unite in testifying tliafl it will preserve the hair from being gray, and from failing into any ag», as well ad remote. Head the following .— Oak Grove, S. C, .Tune 21th, M61. PEOF. O. J. WOOD : Dear Sir :—Your Hair Restorative id rapidly gaining popularity in this cmmimnrty. i have had occasion to lay predjudice aside, and give your I/air Restorative a perfect last :— During the year 1S54, 1 was so unfortunate as to be tliiown ironi my sulky againtL a rock near the roadside, from which my head received a most terrible b low J cauaiug a great deal of initatinn, which couimuuijatedi lo the brain and external suilace of the head, from the effects of which my ha r was finally destroyed over the entire sun a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

NO-WIS Toua n JgJJWoR PIO - i 'TVEfijpni "Secure the shadoaojtre Ihe subttance fades. " ! The undersigned IWViii? purchased the Photograph- ! ing Establish ment i*f Jerenriah Schroy, includioz his ' whole apparatus arid fixtures, would respectfully inform he citizens of Waynesburg and surrounding country that he is prepared to take pictures of every style, from ; the smallest to the largest size. D. llAriS. ; Waynesburg. Jan 18, 18S0—nn.33; mmmm&& mmm. ROBERT REYNOLDS, Proprietor, Jefferson, Greene County, PA. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the travelling public, that lie hae taken charge of the Nation al House, and is amply prepared to accommodate all who may favor him with a call. HOliT. REYNOLDS. Jefferson, Greene county, Pa., April 28, '58—tioSO S. S. PAT TON, ^-^H C??H RESIDENT DENTIST / MAIN STREET, WAYNESBURG, PA. All work "*¦ warranted unexcelled either in natural appearance, durability, or neatnoss of workmanship. Work insured from...

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The Latest from Cairo. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

The Latest from Cairo. Gen. Fremont'b reception at Cairo was \ery enthusiastic. The siglil of his eight steamers, covered with troops and flaunting with banners, is described to have been a grand one. All the five thousand troops were lended and encamped at Bird's Point, where there are now about eight thousand men. Gen. Fremont has been busily engaged, since his arrival, arranging military matters. Fremont returned lo St. Louis on Saturday, on th^ City of Alton. It.was said 'hat Jeff. Thompson was marching his torce on Bird's rointwith the intention to make an attack, but not in conjunction with Gen. Pillow. Much confidence was placed in the report. A number of the three months' volunteers were paid off and discharged, but arereniHining at Cairo The force at Cairo. Mound Ciiy, Bird's Point. Cape Girardeau and vicinity is over 15,000. Positive information from scouts reports seven thousand rebels, under Pillow, at New Madrid, and five thousand under Gen. Jeff. Thompson, at Cha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

' ¦¦ ¦ " ¦ '-H J . . "They Go Right to tha Spot." INSTANT RELIEF! ST3P YOUR COUGH! PURIFY YOUR BilEATII! STRENGTHEN YOUR VOICE! SPALDING'S THROAT COtfFEOTXOHS, ABE GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN, GOOD FOR LECTURERS, GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS, GOOD FOR SINGERS, GOOD FOR COi* SUAH'T1VE3 . GENTLEMEN CABBV SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS. LADIES A.RE DELIOUTEO WITH SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS. CHILDREN CRT FOR SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS. They relieve a Cough instantly The; clear the Throat. They give strength and volume to the voice. They impart a delicious arotua to the breath. They are delightful to the taste. They are made of simple herbs and cannot harm any one. I advise every one who has a Cough or a Husky Voice or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the Throat, to get a package of my Titroai Confections, llii'. v wil relieve you instantly, and you will agree with me tha "\hey go right to tlnr *pot." You will find them veryuseful and pleasant while travelling or attending public meetings ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 28 August 1861

THE WAYNESBURG MESSENGER, PUBLISHED BY JONES « JENNIWOS , WAYNESBUH&, GREENE OOTJNTY, PA. "aasisaaa SuBeoBiPTir.N.—SI 30 in advance; SI 75 at tlie expiration of six months; 82 nu within the year; S2 50 after the expiration nftne year. ADV&RTISEMKNTS inserted at $1 00 per square for three insertions, and 25 cents asquare fureach additional insertion; (ten lines or less coun'ed a square.) 03" A liberal deduction made to yearly advertisers. ftyJott FniSTiNG. of all kinds, executed in the bes style, and on reasonable terms, at the "Messenger'* Job office. VD" Publication Rooms on east Main street, nearly opposite the Court House Square.

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geltd jjotfrj) [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 28 August 1861

geltd jjotfrj) IT'S HARD TO DIE FRAE HiME." The evening eun is shining noo, On bonnie Lochanside,' And to thebyre^are creeping doon The kye, my mither's pride ; The weans are sporting on the green, I see tilings just the same Asjiiamang them a' mysel'—Oh, it's hard to die frae hame ! I see the house—the Joch—the burn—The boat lying on the shore ; "My father working in the yard, My mither round the door ; The cradle rocking by the fire, That burns a blazing flame, And Jennie singing to the bairn—Oh, it's hard to die frae hame! To keep my faither in bis cralt I left to win a fee, And many a tear it cost us baith, for I was young and wee j I'm fear'dhe'U break his tender heart, And think he was to blame ; Gin I could only grip his han'—Oh, it's hard to die frae hame.! My am dear mither little kens Her Mary is sae ill, For 'tween us there's a weary gate O' stormy sea and hill; And will I never see her face, Or hoar her speak my name, Or clasp my arms aboot her neck—Oh, it's hard t...

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gtktiimuous |tiatiujj. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 28 August 1861

gtktiimuous |tiatiujj. A YOUNU MAM'S MOTTO. Count Maurice of Nassau, second son of William the Silent, Prince of Orange, found himself seventeen years of age, fatherless and poor with a mother and ten younger brothers and sisters looking to him as the only one filled to lake the place faim who was gone. His father had fallen by the dagger of the assassin ; his eldest brother was a prisoner in Spain, and the family tonunes were at the lowest ebb.— The Prince ot Orange had devoted everything to his country, and in the stormy times in which he lived had periled and lost his wealth. After his death, as the historian tells us, "carpets, tapestries, household linen, nay, even his silver spoons, and ihe very clothes of his wardlobe, were disposed of at public auction lor the benefit of his creditors." It was a dark time for young Maurice, and more especially at the Netherland Republic, than in the severest stress of its struggle with the tyrant Philip, looking to him as his father'...

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Washington again Threatened—Important army Order-Troops to be Forwarded Immediately. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 28 August 1861

Washington again Threatened—Important army Order-Troops to be Forwarded Immediately. WASHINGTON, August 18.—The statement made in this correspondence several days ago, that the rebels were slowly moving their forces to the line of tbe Potomac, with a view of entering Maryland, and encouraging and supporting the revolutionary spirit in that State, witli ultimate designs on Washington, is now repeated with increased assurance of its truth, and with such evidence as cannot be disregarded. With a view of meeting all posible contingencies that may arise in connection with this subject, the Administration iasjust issued the following important orders, a prompt response to which it is not doubted will be given, thus at once sucunng the capital against invasion, and at the same time affording additional coiitider.ee lo the country of the earnestness of the Government in the protoction of the general welfare. WAR DEPARTMENT, J WASHINGTON, August 18, 1861. } The commanders of the regime...

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The Great Rebellion—The Armv of the Potomac. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 28 August 1861

The Great Rebellion—The Armv of the Potomac. Watching Vie eastern Shore. — Gen. Mc-Clellan is taking effective measures to prevent communication with the rebel leaders by the spies in the national capital. One regiment of the Excelsior Brigade crossed the Eastern Branch of the Potomac on August 8th, and another on August 9th the intention being to distribute the men along the eastern shore of the river * trom the Insane Asylum to a point six miles below, in such manner that DO one can pass without their knowledge and consent,

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