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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

Ho, for Camp Lafayette! CAPT. GORDON'S new Company will meet in Waynesburg, an Thursday, the 84th inst., to organize and march into camp. TURN OUT, MEN, and discharge a duty you owe your country, and make a record you can THUfK of yourselves, awl thai posterity may read with pleasure. Do not wait tn be called upon by a member of tlie company. Many a good fellow, anxious to serve his country, may be passed by. The BOOKS are still open for recruits. Gen. Howell is expected to be there to receive the company. POST OFFICE NOTICE. W*Tms*uaa, Oct. 15th, 1861. Agreeably to my Instructions from the Post Office Department. I do hereby give Notice that I am prepared to exchange stamps ofthe new style, for an equivalent amount ofthe old issue, during a period of six days from the date of this Notice, and that the latter will not thereafter be received in payment of postage on letters sent from my office t. K. EVANS, P. M. Oct. IS, 1M1. Waynesburg College. THE Winter Session of this Instituti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

[ ' Execator*' Sale. T>V virtue, and In ponmanee 'of the directions con-X> tained in the last will and testament of BASNET O. NBEL, late of Cumberland township, deceased,' and an order and decree of the Orphans' Court of Greene county, there will he exposed to public sale, on the premises, on Tatutedav, !••?. *!•», 1861, a tract nf land, situate in Cumberland township aforesaid, adjoining lands nf John S. Flenniken, Jno. Crago, heir« of Thomas Anderson, deceased, heirs of Wm. Cloud, deceased, and other*, containing 848 Acres, More or less, about 160 acres of which are cleared, a'-id has thereon erected a Brick Howse, twa stories hiarb, A Frame Barn, Two Tenant Houses, &c. Said land is well watered and timbered, and abounds in good Stone Coal, Limestone, Sec. This properly is very desirable on account of its location being within one mile of the Monongahela river, and well adapted to either grazing or farming purposes. It will be sold in one or two parcels, to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

BDWARJ) 8PEFCE1, MB&OBAVT TAHstTR, i No. «60 Liberty street, \ Nearly opposite Hand, PITTSBURGH, PA I Oct. », I86 . l:ly. Fifth Avenue Exchange, DAN. BARNARD, Proprietor, NO. 7S FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH, PBNN'A-, HAVING had many yeara experience ^ in the business, he is prepared to ^^SXS TT* supply the best the market affords. His ^ssssi^k Bar will bs furnished at all limes with the JsaaassSSa best Wines, Liquors, and-Ales; and refreshments will be furnished at all times, day and night, Sundays excepted. Thankful for past favors, he respectfully solicits a continuance of the same, and assures his old customers, and the public generally, that no pains or expense will be spared which may tend to contribute to the comfort, convenience, and satisfaction of his guests. Oct. 9, 1861:ly. ~ IsTJPTOIT'S > « j . ^ < 2! I /^s^ ?v 1 // zSsssa. ><?fL^ W Pi IM^f ^^ ggsaW ^t?n\ l"3 g ^sjgg l^^ H g » — < OBIOIIMI. I ONE DOLLAR! § £> STORE, *5 r*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

paptiteg $lmra# B~ W. JONES. ) ttattaxm. -AS. 8. JESNNlHGS, J " alto "' "¦* - ^ (e ^ ^SSBBBMaaBBMBBSBBBBr?!. «*^^ **A sentiment not to be appalled, corrupted or toetnpromised. It knows no baseness; it cowers to no danger; it oppresses no weakness Destructive only ofdespotism, it is the sole conservator of liberty, labor and property. It is the sentiment of freedom, of equal rights, of equal obligations—the saw of nature pervading the law oi the land." nasaa ^ . JJ ¦» WAYNESBURG, PA. Wednesday, October 16,1861.

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THE FAIE AT OABMIflHAELS [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

THE FAIE AT OABMIflHAELS We attended the Fair on Friday last, and found the display of useful and fancy articles very creditable. We were particularly pleased with a fine lot ofSrorEsand PLOUGHS exhibited by our old friend, J. F. RICHER, of Caimichaels, who has a large Foundry in operation at that piace. Mr E. is an experienced and skillful workman, and should have generous encouragement.— His Ploughs and Stoves were commended, and we believe were awarded the highest premiums.

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OFFICIAL EETIJtihl OPTHE ELE0-TlOlf, HEliD tS 0BEEB1! O0TJKTY [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

OFFICIAL EETIJtihl OP\THE ELE0-TlOlf, HEliD tS 0BEEB1! O0TJKTY 00T0BEE 8th, 1861, JFDOS. AS. Jt'DOI. Ass'r, D.A. SH'rp £ -f c, *> H *» y. ,? X H If ^ 'oreP os-g? * Tow,..,*. | j | ? ? | r % it Til??;;?;: Alleppo ~ 94 38 56 45 104 68 36 76 79 37 Cumberland- 161 rSO 175 141 128 156 75 150 »15 19 Centre 195 47 146 149 101 153 41 159 158 SI Carmichaels •• 33 56 45 31 46 31 31 3! 67 i Dunhard 138 51 148 125 SO 138 36 131 144 39 Franklin 809 26 141 126 122 168 29 197 174 57 Jackson »2 45 53 58 75 157 S3 71 66 59 Jefferson 146 8S 131 147 100 17« 73 HI 151 53 Greone 92 33 105 22 32 93 24 92 104 15 Gilmore 73 26 63 54 46 68 38 62 66 30 Marion 142 40 6* 58 147 102 49 118 101 57 Mononraliela- 115 70 124 66 64 110 20 102 134 38 Morris 152 38 142 147 44 165 42 149 157 17 Morean 114 81115 114 87 111 73 108 117 52 Perry «3 36 92 S3 39 102 19 84 90 20 Tli.lihill 213 112 234 239 US 241 98 247 245 73 SprillShill •• ¦ ¦ 109 16 73 67 65 98 14 101 95 31 Wayne 174 24 167 172 35 172 19 172 17...

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THE TEAOHEBg' GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

THE TEAOHEBg' GUN. The .State Teachers' Association at its last meeting appropriated money, and authorized a subscription to buy a cannon, to present to the General Government. As few of tlje rebels have enjoyed the advantages of common Schools, it is well to send them a teacher, to teach them to reverence the Institutions of their Fathers. That every Teacher in the State may have an opportunity to contribute, the subscription is put at 25 cents. J. F. TEMPLE has consented to act as agent for this county. Teachers will forward their contributions immediately to Mr. TEMPLE, who will forward the money to the agent of the Association. JOHN A. GORDON, Countv Superintendent.

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OraditifriMrf ^i i^eims ip.tjie tbtfted States.. I [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

OraditifriMrf ^i i^eims ip.tjie tbtfted States.. I The Jewish Messenger reviews the condition ofthe Jews in thiacountry, and tells us what that people' have I done daring th,e past year : j "New synagogues have been dedicated^ Cincinnati and New York : ne*3epngregation8 formed at Boston ani|ji(fJrr York; literaly associations ha^BTfeen founded at Cleveland and Hartford. A Hebrew free Sunday school has been opened in this city; a course of lectures, under the auspices of a hebrew literary society, has been delivered at New York, where, likewise, a grand banquet in aid of the Jews' Hospira' was given, yielding nearly ten thousand dollars to the funds of that inteitution. The Pacific Messenger was started at San Franciscq; »ut survived only a few weeks ;th$ Occident ceased to be a weekly publication, and resumed its magazine form; the True Pacific Messenger and t)er Treue Bote (in German) are now issued at San Fran cisco. 'Poneliminary- steps, looking to a runies among the Isra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

".',*' ' ....... ..,,— —— -^ jptorjft " jblattig^^ ¦ ¦; vrtrr T. BOWS, PITTSBURGH STBAM Wtmit) CANDY M4MTFACTORY, WHOLESALE DtALEtl IN Foreign and Domestic Fruit*, Nuts, Pickles, Preserves, Sardines, fa. 18T LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Having a large connection with importing housfs, i East, 1 am prepared to furnish Country Dealers with a large assortment of Foreign Fruits as they arrive in their ; season, on equally as good lei ins us ttt.:y can huy else- j where. I am low receivings new crop of Orange*:, Lemons, Figs, Hates, Raisins, Primes, Plums, Currants and I everp description of Nuts Also. Fresh Pearlies in Cans of a superior quality, Pickles, Preserves, Olive, Oils, Oarsaps, &c. I Common Fancy and Crystalized Candies, manulacnired from the best of materials, and will he sold at the ! lowest prices. 1 would call special at'ention to my Cmi:h flandv. It is not surpassed in the Country for I the cure of Coughs and Colds. TRY IT. February 27, IC6I—no SB. V-. YEAt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

^roWxiaixrili**, Fit. . THOMAS FAUI.LJr.SONS , at their Foundry sVt Water street, Bridgeport, Pa., near the C. P. ChHrch, are prepared^*) famish Engines and Machinery for Saw and Grist Mills, Oil Wells, Tanneries, Sec. Fancv Iron Railing for yards, balconies, rcmeterirs tc , always on hand or made to order on short notice ** Plough earnings, and Casting:* of all kird*. 6 • Sept. ' 11, 1861—ly. Cook's Portable Sugar Evaporator ! I^OR making Sorghum Sugar. The most rapid Evaporator 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-liks Syrup, and in the only Evaporator which has made Sorghum Sugar successfully. Is portable, always in order, cheap, ecnno.nisep fuel, and never fails to givo perlect satisfaction Terms. &r.,of Evaporator: No. 2 Han 45 by 72 in galv. iron, #«; same size con Sfi •• I! " 45 by Wi •' .,.,. ., ' .. ,H ?5 " 4 '•. 43 by I OS " „s. .. „ „ SJ Weight withoui...

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*fe Drowned. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

*fe Drowned. On Sunday last, six Government teamsters and their teams, comprising sbthojaes each, were drowned on Tygarfs v alley river, above Grafton, Virginia. • * « «» isaT* There are two Generals in Missouri who answer to the name of Price—one is General Thomas L. Price, belonging to the Union army, whose headquarters are now in Jefferson City, and the other is Gen. Sterling Price, of the rebel forces, who at last accounts was at Lexington. Js^-Despatehes from Gens. Banks and Stone announce that everything in front of their columns has been quiet, the enemy not appearing on tihe opposite side. It is known that a large rebel force, as previously reported, is at Leesburg, and that Gen. Johnson commands. . „ . „ — „ . „ ««». ——JEFF. DAVIS.—The Richmond "Enquirer," of the 24th, contains this item.—We are glad to say President Pavis was able to be in his office yesterday, for the first time since his illness. t&'A resolution requesting Breckinridge and Powell to resig...

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USTOF PRBWCltTMS [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

USTOF PRBWCltTMS FIR THE JEFFERSON AGRICULTURAL. SOCIETY, to be held at Jefferson, Greene county, Pa., on Thursday and Friday, October 17th and 18th, 1661. CLASS I. HORSES. Beitfltallion, SJ,00 •id " 3,00 Best Rroed Mare, 4,00 a '• " * ,»o JMs* S year old Stallion, 3 99 9a Stf i Best 3 year old Gelding, 2,00 ' *» " " " 1,00 Best 3 year old Mare, 2,00 'id ." •' " l .oo Beit Praugbt Animal. . 3.00 M .•¦ - .. soo CLASS H Best 2 year old Horse Colt, S.00 *> „ 1,00 Ben 2 year old Mare Cott. 2,00 zd " .. . . j op Best yearling Horse Colt, g' oo *^ - " " " Too Best yearling Mare Colt, o' nn I 00 Beat .spring Horse Colt, o'XX 84 •• .. ., Alto Best spring Mare Colt, o'rlf T 9A •• '. ,. f, 00 1,00 . CLASS III. Best pair Matched Horses or Sarw. . „„ Best single Driving Animal, ?''*! IJJ 41 i> .. J.011 Best Riding Animal, ! ,'( ''! Ben Trotting Animal in Harnesn, j'JJJj '* '* *' under Haih'.le, .' iiti Beet Pacing Animal, 4']^ CLASS IV. DTJHHAM CATTLE Best Bull, y on 2d " 5 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

Plisiitfil $lttJbtmenls. iraw FAXsi. eooBS roa isei, AT 3. M. BUHCHFIELD'S, MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA jvEir CALICOS, JfF.IV OIJirOHAMS, JVEIV BLR ACHED MUSLIM'S, JfEIV PLAID FLAJlTJfELS, SATIJfETS, KENTUCKY JBAJVS, CASSIMERES, CLOTHS. RED FI.A.Y.YF.I.S , YELLOWrlJUfJfELS, ORF.T FLANNELS. In addition to the above, we are closing otil our entire stock at reduced prices for cash pa>- money. The stock will-be found one of the best and fullest in the city. Sept. II, 1861—fim. WALL PAPER, I Vl/ indoTe Shades, { EVERY VARFETY—LOWKST PRICES. JOHN J. DEZ0UCHE, 112 WOOD STREET, CORNER5T1I.. PITTSBURGH, PA. Green and Buff Oil Cloth for Blinds. Crtrd, Tassels, and Curtain Trimmings of every desciiption. Also, a tine assortment of Gill Cornices. Sept. II, 1801. THE PLACri FOR CITIZENS OF GREENE COUNTY TO SCTTHKia STATIONER?, Blank Books, Loiirt Records, &c, IS AT W. €r. JohnstoB sir. Co.'s, Sleaip Printing House, Blank Book Factory, and Stationery House, 57 WOOD STREET, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

, j' ,F.LiMTMir .-.' ' ' < . -$¦ - - X.JW.arBSBtAN ; NEW CABLET SHOP. PUBLIC attention is tailed to the new Cabinet W'areroeat, oae *»r east of Minor's Store, where all 1 kinds of Cabinet Furniture will be furnished to ordei in ! the rftost improve* style, and on the most reasonable j terns. Bontasa, Book-Csees, Cupbooids, Bedsteads, Tables, Stands, *c. Also ' COFFINS Will be pal up with ihe gleetest possible dispatch and at the very cheapest rates. ATEN & PHELAN. Wayneslmri. May 8, 1861. THE EXCHANGE! J. TAYLOR & CO., Having opened a Wholesale and Retail Liquor Store in the Basement ofthe -'HAMILTON HOUSE," Waynesburg, Pa., would inform their friends and the public generally, that they are prepared to accommodate them with the best of Brandies, Wines, Gin, Rum, Pure, copper-distilled Rye Whiskey, Sec, on the most reasonable terms forcash, or good grain, such as wheat, rye, corn, oats, Sec. Confectionariesand Oysters always on hand. Give them a call before...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 16 October 1861

NEtT ^ OTO S. GEORGE HOSKINSON HAS just received from the Eastern Cities a large stock of seasonable goods, among which mav be enumerated Dress Ctoods, Dress Trimming-*, i at—lin Delaines, French CKngliams, Borage Delaines. Domestic Ginghams, Bleached Mnslins, Brown BCoslins, Cloths and Cassimeres, Fresh Family Groceries, Fish, Salt, Hardware, Queensware, Bats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, die, die,; Together with a variety ot'NOTOlNS. Customers and |lie public generally are invited tocalland examine his assortment of Goods. Sold cheap for cash, or country produce. GEOROE HOSKINSON. Waynesburg, April 17—no 45. R.K. CAMPBELL. Having jnst received a lar#e stock of goods from the Eastern cities, which he i« determined to sell as low as any other estahlishment in Waynesburg, lor cash or aood produce, consisting in eoods ofthe following: DRT GOODS, Clothe*:, Casimerss, Buffalo, Cord, Shawls, Ticking Blankets, Planne.*, Undseyg, Drilling, Canton Flannels, Check, Under Shirts and Drawers,...

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gritrt Jflrtrg. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 23 October 1861

gritrt Jflrtrg. THE VOLUNTEEE'S WIFE. 1 knew by the lig ht in his deep dark eye, . When he heard the beat of the mustering drum, That he never would fold his arms, and sigh Over the evils that were to come ; I knew that the blood oi a patriot sire Coursed through his veins like a stream oi fire; So I took his hand, And bade him go, But he never dreamed That it grieved me so. Two fair-haired children he left with mo, Who lisp his name at eventide—The very hour when on his knee He used to fondle his pet and pride ; Alas ! they may never again be blessed By a lather's care in his old home-neat ; And he never again May hear the tones, Or kiss the lips Of his little ones. I know he has answered his country's call, That his breast is bared at a {hig h command But my heart will break, I know, it he fall In the battle's front, by a traitor's hand ; Yet I murmur not, though my tear-wet eyes Attest the worth of the sacrifice. 'Tis a wife's free gift, Two lives in one, In '.he name oi ...

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Mnl fKwrrilautL [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 23 October 1861

Mnl fKwrrilautL The Sentinel and the Spy. j A sentinel having been placed one Jay to guard a certain fort, and see that no improper intruders gained an entrance was accosted by a spy, sent by an enemy to find out, if possible, where the fortress mig ht be assailed with success; and as he appeared in the garb, and with the counte- I nance of a simple countryman, the sentinel had no suspicion of the cheat. He however was determined to be very vi g ilant, and say nothing that could compromise the safety of his charge. "You have a very important place to take care of here," said the spy. "Very," replied the sentinel. "And you have a very brave and watchful set of comrades ?" "Very," replied the sentinel again. "And I think you must be very thirsty this hot weather," continued the spy. I "Very," answered the sentinel once more. So far the sentinel thought he had said nothing that could, by any possibility, be turned to his disadvantage, and determined not to utter another word. But...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 23 October 1861

BOOKS, fitc. LEWIS DAY 7~ Dealer in School and Miscellaneous Books, Station •ry, Ink, Magazines and Papers, Wilson's Old Build Bit, Main street. Sept. 11, 1861—ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 23 October 1861

jBJ-PPUB AMD HAMTBSS. SAMUEL M'ALLISTER, Mdtar,Barnes, and Trunk Maker, Main street, three Mon * _» •_."". »*¦¦»» House. uttrn;mi-ir-. >• ¦<¦ TOBAOOOinSTS. — ¦¦•*.j'*, /ji;.':"—¦ •", — . , «Pli 9PE *& HAGER, Mamiftrtarers aad arManle aid retail dealers in JfakMbo, K«mt WU mgx. Begto Cases, Pipes, ke., WHoon'«OdmMjWfc |Wa*•« . 8«pt. U,&l~*T-

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Storing: Butter in a Cellar. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 23 October 1861

Storing: Butter in a Cellar. "During several years of our firit farming in Iowa, we found it extremel y difficult to preserve sweet, for winter use, the butter that we made during the months of June, July and August. I We finally adopted the following plan j by which we were successful : We, with ! a few minutes' work, settled large stone jars into the cellar bottom—it being sandy and dry. By putting nearly the whole i jars into the ground, and packing the sand close outside, and the butter inside, taking especial care to keep it well covered, first with a thin cloth, then a thin layer of salt, and a board with a wei ght on it to prevent its being uncovered by accident. Last season we took an oak butterfirkin that would hold one hundred pounds, and painted it well outside, and inserted it in the ground beside the jars, and filled it with batter, which kept as sweet as wecouU desh-e. Persons who have a dry cellar, and can avail themselves of the abow p lan, I think will be ampl...

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