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D0CT0ES OF DIVINITY. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

D0CT0ES OF DIVINITY. At the late commencement of the Waynesburg College, the honorary degree of Doctor in Divinity was conferred upon the following jiamed gentlemen: Rev. WM. COLLIER, President of the Pittsburgh Conference of the M. P. Church, Rev. C. A. HOLMES and Rev. ALBE _T _. WILLIAMS, ofthe M. E. Church. These are the first honors of the kind conferred by this infant institution.

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TO INVALIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

TO INVALIDS. It will be seen, by his advertisement in another column, that Dr. WHITTLESEY is to make another professional visit to Waynesburg early next month. The Doctor's skill and success are unquestionable, and entitle him to a large degree of confidence. Chronic invalids, especially, would do well to consult him.

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DE. 8. S. PATTON. DENTIST [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

DE. 8. S. PATTON. DENTIST Will be in Mount Morris, in this county, on Monday, October 14-1, and will x*- main a few days. BM»MM -__&_( work doDc in his line will ple__i «_M «_ •% M his stay must necessarily be abaci.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

raapwtotg ffcjftnqpr JAg. g. JENNlNti -, 5 *_"" ^ _ ~~ "A sentiment not to be appalled, corrupted or bompromised. It knows no baseneu; it cowers to &o danger; it oppresses no weakness. De-trnctive onl f o__e-p_„«_, it is the sole con-errator of liberty, labor atad 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, October 9, 1861. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

¦ ****^*'~—***************************'****¦**—¦¦——*¦—-——HHMMM The Election—A Last Appeal. We issue this week's paper on Monday evening. It will reach but few of our readers, and to them, and to Democrats generally, we appeal to stand by the WHOLE TICKET. Under no circumstances, scratch A SINGLE NAME ,—vote for EVERY NOMINEE, from the HIGHEST to the LOWEST. This is your duty as HONEST and FAITHFUL DEMOCRATS, and we trust you will discharge it INDE.ENDENTLV and FEARLESSLY. This STRICT FIDELTV to vour organization constitutes its POW-• SR, makes its INFLUENCE, and insures its SUCCESS. If any man approaches you with a view to TRADING CANDIDATES, spurn the offer, and HOLD FAST to YOUR INTEGRITY.— In this way you will retain your SELFRESPECT and testify your sincere ATTACHMENT to the PRINCIPLES and time-honored USAGES of the party. Again we say, vote the WHOLE TICKET, and NOTHING BUT THE TICKET.

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PITT8BTJEQH BUSINESS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

PITT8BTJEQH BUSINESS NOTICES. DRY GOODS , _C.—J. W. BARKER & Co., 59 Market street, are receiving a tremendous stock of seasonable Goods, and claim to be able to sell as cheap or cheaper than ever, notwithstanding recent advances in Eastern Markets. Our old friend, J. C. PRICE, Esq., formerly of Brownsville, is a leading salesman in this house and a most polite, upright and accomplished gentleman at that. No one will regret buying Goods of him or this firm, which is, in every way, perfectly reliable. FANCY AND VARIETY GOODS. — SCOTT, STURGEON _ Co., No. 62 Wood, corner of Fourth, have a heavy and admirably selected stock of Notions, which they are selling at astonishingly low prices. They do a large business in this and adjoining counties, and deserve to do more. Look to their advertisement in another column. TRIMMINGS.—CHARLES GIPNER , 78 Market, keeps a complete assortment of Dress Trimming and Fancy Goods, and drives an extensive business, wholesale and retail.— Mil...

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"A THOUSAND THANKS." [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

"A THOUSAND THANKS." It will be seen, by our receipts on subscription in another column, that our patrons are nobly and generously responding to our call for "material aid." To all who have met our claims on them, in whole or in part, WE TENDER OUR UNFEIGNED THANKS, and assure them of our disposition to serve them to the very best of our ability. To those who have not, as yet, lent us any assistance, we may be excused for saying that the demands against us at present are quite large, on account ofthe improvements in our paper and office, and we hope they will not longer DELAY THEIR HELP. Send or bring us SOMETHING towards discharging your indebtedness, be it much or little, and it will enable us to PAY OUR DEBTS. Remember this, and show a becoming interest in your paper, for yours we consider it.

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THE WATNESBUE6 MESSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

THE WATNESBUE6 MESSENGER. We have heretofore inadvertently omitted to notice the recent changes in that sterling Democratic journal, the Waynesburg Messenger. The interest of J. G. Ritchie, Esq., has been purchased by our good-humored friend, Col. R. W. Jones, late of Pittsburgh, and formerly publisher of the Cumberland Presbyterian at Brownsville. Col. Jones is an energetic business man, and the decided improvements in the paper since his connection with it show that he is familiar with the duties of a first rate editor. The Messenger has been clothed in an entirely new dress, and is now one ofthe neatest, as well as one of the best, papers on our exchange list. We wish the new firm all manner of success, politically and pecuniarily. (©"Wc are indebted for the above flattering notice to our old and estimable friend ECKER, of the Washington Examiner. Making a capital paper himself, and full of pluck and energy, brother ECKER ought to know "a thing or two," {when he thinks abou...

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$nt gift §mmt. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

$nt gift §mmt. JSa- fA gentleman in Lansing, Michigan, who has kept as accurate an account as possible, estimates that, of thirty-three battles and more important skirmishes since the war began, the Union men have been victorious in twenty-two, the rebels in five, while in the remaining six, neither party can claim a victory. The number of prisoners taken by the Unionists, is about 3,-200, and by the rebels not quite half as many. Ofthe killed, it is impossible to obtain anything like accurate knowledge of the losses of the rebels. The Union loss is something over one thousand; and the rebel loss is believed to be more than twice that number. THE ROMNEY AFFAIR.—A letter to the Wheeling "Press" states that in the recent attack on Romney by the Federal troops, some one hundred and fifty of the rebels were killed and wounded in the skirmishes that took place while they were following up the Union forces. Only two of our men were killed, two drowned, two badly and fourteen slightl...

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LITEBAET. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

LITEBAET. The Atlantic Monthly for September has reached us with its rich store of varied contents. The Atlantic ia a valuable periodical, well deserving the extended patronage bestowed upon it by an appreciating public. Ticknor & Feilds, Boston, Mass. A SERENADE.—We take pleasure in acknowledging a very complimentary serenade last night from the "Temple Martial Band" of Waynesburg. The music was most excellent and being somewhat of a military turn we always took great delight in good martial music. This band is composed of ten or twelve of the noble spirits of the glorious little "State of Greene," headed by the gentlemanly Register and Recorder, and celebrated Ftfer 'of Greene county, Capt. J. F. T«*-_p-e.— : Wel^r "* * _ mkj tore *• jftMMHK of ' teeing and hearing thai, atia _ gw_ ere i long.— Uniontown Genius.

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SENAT0B DOUGLAS' GRAVE [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

SENAT0B DOUGLAS' GRAVE Among the new objects of interest shown to the stranger in Chicago is the grave of Senator Douglas. On a broad and slightly elevated plain near the beautiful grounds which he consecrated to the Baptist Society for their college, in memory of the first Mrs. Douglas, itself a monument to his generosity and noble affection, and on the very spot where he had anticipated building a mansion to enjoy along life, a mound is now raised over the remains ofthe great statesman. Only a few months before bis death a gentleman in the nei ghborhood wishing to negotiate with him for some of his real estate, at that time quite extensive, was told that in that beautiful corner lot he expected "to build a mansion after his own heart" where he and his family might live in comfort and happiness.— Near enough to read the inscription on the marble the traveler now passes by, looking not on the mansion, but on the last resting place ofthe dead Senator.

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PB00EEDINGS OF 00UBT. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

PB00EEDINGS OF 00UBT. Monday, Sept. 10th, the several courts of the county conrened. Present—Hon. SAMUEL A. GILMORE, President, and his Associates, Hon. JONATHAN GARRARD and Hon. ISAAC BURSON . The constables of the several townships made their returns, by which it appears that the condition of the roads in the county generally are good; that the law in relation to the selling of liquors without license, &c, is generally observed. The Grand Jurors' names were then called and the defaulters were severally fined five dollars for non-attendance, after which, the Jury were sworn, and were then ably charged by the President Judge. The panel of the Pettit Jury was then called over, and the Jurors not answering to their names were fined the sum of five dollars each. Commonwealth vs. Simon Moredock, indictment, assault and battery. Defendant entered into recognizance to appear at December sessions. Tuesday, Sept. 17th.—Judgments were granted by the court in the following cases...

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A Compliment for Vallandigham. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

A Compliment for Vallandigham. Among the effects in a " contraband" trunk seized in Cleveland, were found vartous letters from a "Secesher" in Nashville to his wife, who had been seeking a safe retreat at the North. In one letter the "Secesher" talks thus: I see by your letter that you thought Richmond in great danger of being taken by old Scott, and that you did not want me to take the chances. What say you now ? When do you think it will be taken and by whom ? As old Scott is now defunct, I suppose the Ohio Chief, McClellan, is the next man to go to Richmond.— But I can assure you that there is . but one man in Ohio that will ever get to Richmond of his own free will, and that is Vallandigham. A man like him can go where he pleases.—[Cleveland Herald.

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Accident at the Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

Accident at the Fair. While driving on the track in the Fair Grounds on Tuesday a Sulky came in contact with and upset the buggy of Isaac Baily, Esq. of Brownsville. Mr. Baily was violently thrown out and severely injured, his face and shoulder striking the track, by which his shoulder was discolated, his nose broken, and considerably bruised and injured in other respects. He was taken to the Fulton House where he is doing well.—Genius of JAberty.

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ffemrtr, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

ffemrtr, On the I2th of September, by Rev. J. N". Fdmiston, at his residence, Mr. WM. BURNS and Miss PHEBE WINGKT, all of Washington co., Pa. On the 26th, of Sept., 1861, by Rev. I. N. Biddle, Mr. WM. H, ALLEN to Miss PHEBE J. WORTUINGTON, both of Favette county Pa. By the same, at the same time, Lieut. A. SKILES, from near Uniontown, Pa. to Miss EMILY HAYDEN of Monroe Fayette co. Pa.

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.Ink... [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

.Ink... At Rice's LaBdine, o* -it.. 3d alt., of Choteaa ImhmtMm , Hi-nntr, youngest son of Thomas *~d Ellen Hctyiaid

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

EDWARD SPEHCEI, MBROHANT TAILOR, No. S60 Liberty street, I Nearly opposite Hand, PITTSBURGH, FA. t Oct. 9, l_l:ly. [ __ | Fifth Avenue Kxcbange, DAN. BARNARD, Proprietor, ' NO. 13 FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH, I'ENNA., HAVING had mnny years experience _-, in the business, he ia prepared to _^^_ fr I supply the be-t the market afford-. His *anV^U*: ' liar will he furnished at all times with the JM____K I best \Vim_. Liquors, and Ales; and refreshments will f be furnished at all limes, day and night, 8undaye ex-< cepted. | Thankful for past favers, he respectfully solicits a j continuanre o f the same, and aseures his old custom-. ers, and the public generally, that no pains or expense I will be spared which may tend In contribute to the i comfort, convenience, and satisfaction of his guests. i Oct. 9, ISCIily. ;Z: LUFTOXT'S > g> _> ii /^?^ i ¦ ¦& N. ^ g^il^'«. Q OBIGI-AL 1 ONE DOLLAR! ^ BTORXS, jrj j pj NO. M MARKET ST. NEAR THIRD, C_ I p PITTSBURG...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

I vlgySeveral cominunicatior^ are deferred until next week. GREENE COVOTY, 88. Stephen Ullery for use of the | In Com . Pleas of said i Esecutors of Adam Weaver, | county nf March ' deceased, ! term. 1858, No. 73. vs. ( Vend. F.ip. to No 6 H. B. Sil'eHs, alios Henry J June term, 1861. Silveus. j i PROPERTV sold to Adam Weaver for three thousand, one hundred and fifty dollars, 83,150. \ ^B& And now, to-wit; Sept. 24, 1861, Sheriff's BJlK-_Peed acknowledged to Adam Weaver for the I ^TH—l-said land, and J. G. Ri-cbie, Esq., appointed j Auditor to distribute the funds in the hands of the I Sheriff I will attend to tbe duties of the above appointment, on Saturday, the -tli day of November, A. D. 1861, at the office of Purman _ Ritchie, in Waynesburg, > when and where all persons interested can attend. j _. G. RITCHIE, Auditor. Oct. 9, 18-1:3.. CREEME COUNTY, ss. In the Orphan's Court of said county, of September term, 1861. No. S3. In the matter _»f the settlement of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

F.B THE JEFFERSON AGRICULTURAL BOCIE TV. to be held at Jefferson, Greene county. Pa., on Thursday and Friday, October I?|_ aud tstb, 1861. CLASS I HOBS- S, dest Stallion, - S-,00 !id " 3,00 _. «l Brosd Marc, 4,00 M yio Best - year old rtlalli.-, _ 0 S_ 2.0' Best - year old Gelding. -.00 •2d '• " " 100 Best 3 year old Mare, -,00 2d 1,00 Best Draught Animal. - 3,00 -d •• •• -,00 CI.ASS II Best 2 year old Horse Colt, -.00 3d •• •• •• 1.00 Best 2 year old Mare Colt, -,00 2d •„ 100 Pest yearling Horse- c„u, 2,00 M " " " 1,00 | leat yearling Mare Colt, . on *l " " I ' OO Best spring Horse Colt, j go 2d " " " 100 Best spring Mare Colt, ._'()() 2d " •' " l0u CLASS HI. Best pair Matched Horses or Mar,,*, . nn *** " " „ ., Best single Driving Animal, 3UU *M ** *' " a 'J(( . Best Riding Animal. .,' l-est Trouing Animal in Harness, 5 '(w undtr Saddle, iu0 Best Pacing Animal, 4i)u « ' CLASS IV DURHAM CATTLE Pest Bull, . ' 3,00 •id " 2,60 Best 2 year old Bull. j.ou M *' "' 1,00 Best yearli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 9 October 1861

ELI ATEN, Z. W. PHELAN HEW CABINET SHOP. PUBLIC atteBtion is called to the new* Cabinet Wareroom, one door east, of Minor's Store, where all kinds of Cabinet Furniture will be furnished to ordei in the most unproved style, and on the most reasouable terms. Bureaus, Book-Cases, Cupboords, Bedsteads, Tables, Stands, Ac. Also enmm Will be put up with Uie gieaiest po_«iblc dispatch and at the very cheapest ratea. ATEN & PHELAN. Waynesbuni, May S, ISfil. THE EXCHANGE! J. TAYLOR & CO., Having npened a Wholesale and Retail Liquor Store in the Basement of the -"HAMILTON HOUSE/* Waynesburg, Pa., would inform their friends and the public generally, that they are prepared to accommodate them will, the best of Brandies, Wines, Gin, Rum, Pure, copper-di-tiUed Rye Whiskey, &c, on tltu most reasonable terms for cash, or good grain, such as wheat, rye, corn, oats. ice. Uonfeclionaries and Oy_tei. always on hand. Give them a call before purchasing el_ewhere-Wuynesburg, Pa...

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