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DIPT. G0BIWS 00KPAHT. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

DIPT. G0BIWS 00KPAHT. The members of this new Company assembled at Waynesburg on Thursday last, and organized. Thirty-six fine, stalwart fellows si gned the roll, and were sworn into service. The .4jM^s *iil leave for Camp S4^me-J^^^y, IX Oeto^r 29th, by which , tTSfrjftsy expect to have the full coM»Ie«ent of amwsi. ' ¦' ' ¦ -?>.

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CLOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

CLOTHING. Ready-made Clothing is the "rage" nowa-days, and there is no better place to buy it at than at CLARK'S Emporium, fronting the Court House. There are few better judges of wearing material and apparel than our friend "NATTY," and the assortment he is now receiving and opening is one of the fullest and finest ever brought to the place, and we are assured will be sold at unprecedentedly low figures, all things considered. Our "ragged" acquaintances (JUSTUS TEMPLE among the number,) would do well to replenish their wardrobes, as CLARK has garments suited to every age, taste and parse. His advertisement will appear in our next. [P.. S. Since penning the above, TEMPLE has closed negotiations with CLARK for a new coat! and as he has no further use for his horse blanket, we propose receiving sealed bids for it till Christmas. As it has only been in actual use abont 14 years, and is admirably arranged for ventillation, containing abont 27 moth holes to the square inch, no bids...

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WTNTEE SESSION OF "WAYNESBUBG COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

WTNTEE SESSION OF "WAYNESBUBG COLLEGE. The Win'er Session of this institution opens on Monday next, and we believe with fair prospects, notwithstanding the times and the state of the country. The advantages of a first-class literary institution to a community are ft>o apparent to need summing up, and should stimulate our people to renewed efforts to render the College eminently prosperous. The attendance from abroad, at the approaching Session, we are happy to learn, is likely to be quite as large, if not larger than usual.

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FIBE AT BB0WNSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

FIBE AT BB0WNSVILLE. We understand that quite a destructive fire occurred at Brownsville on Friday morning last. It was confined to the locality termed the "Neck," and consumed eleven buildings, with the principal portion of their contents. The "Times" establishment, we regret to learn, was destroyed. Our friend BROWN has our sincere sympathy in his loss. .. .

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| from ©urmpflttfoiit; [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

| from ©urmpflttfoiit; For the Messenger. CAJII' LAFATETTE, UNION-TOWN, PA., ) October 22nd, 1861. J EDITORS MESSF.NGER :—Since writing my last communication, our Captain has arrived in Camp bringing with him several old members of the Company who had been absent on furloughs, together with some new recruits. He also brings the cheering intelligence that the people of Greene, one and all, are engaged in procuring recruits, and advancing the interests of the Fifth Company of Green County's volunteers. On Saturday last, Rev. J. £T. PIERCK arrived in camp, as our regularl y appointed chaplain, bringing with liim four new recruits; and since that time another has been added, formerly a member ofCapt. KNICKLEY'S company. Thus, the skies begin to brighten, and the prospects of our company being filled up, look more cheering than at any former period. Perhaps it is well that such is the case, for the rumor has gone though the camp, that all the companies must be made up to their mi...

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The Battle at Edward's Ferry-Full Particulars of the Affair—Partial List of Hilled and Wounded, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

The Battle at Edward's Ferry-Full Particulars of the Affair—Partial List of Hilled and Wounded, POOLSVILLE , October 22.—The following report of the battle of Bull's Bluff, midway between Conrad's Ferry and Edward's Ferry, and opposite Harrison's Island , which occured yesterday, is gained from authentic sources:—On Sunday nig ht, Col. Devin , of the 15th Massachusetts regiment, who had for some time guarded Harrison 's Island with one company, ordered Captain Philbrick, of Company H, and Quartermaster Howe, of his staff, with a detachment of two hundred men to scout the Virginia shore in the direction of Leesburg. They crossed Prom the Island to the shore, and executed the order b y approaching within three quarters of a mile of Leesburg, returning to their starting point about ten o'clock at ni ght, discovering, as they supposed, a small camp one mile or more from Leesburg. On reporting to Col. Devin , the latter, with about 300 men, pushed forward as directed by Gen. Stone ...

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itamfir, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

itamfir, On the 5th, inst., by the Rev. C. Tilton, Mr. SAMUEL GRAHAM to Miss ELIZABSTH E. Bovn, both of Greene County, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

GREEVE COUNTY, 88. IN the Orphan's Court of saiii county, of March term, DM, No. I. In the matter of the partition of the real estate of | Thomas Lucas, Sr., late of Cumberland township, (toceased And now, to-n-it: September 18th, 1861, Sheriff Wright makes return of Inquisition; same day Inquiiii tion confirmed by the courts. aflBS*, And now, to-wit: September 94th, ISM, the MSHcourt grant a rule upon the heirs aad legal ^¦aaaav7 representatives of the raid deceased to appear on the firet day of next term, to accept or refuse the said real estate, at the valuation or bid for tba same, or show cause why the same shall not be sold, and to pay the costs of the partition. &c. And also direct service to ha made on the heirs residi ag out of the county, by publication in the Waynesburg "Messenger" feur weeks, the last publication to be 15 days before the return of tbi< rule. By the Court, r>. A . WORLBY, Clerk's Office, Oct. SO, 1861-41. Clert. Oats! Oats!! Oats!!...

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laBBatlllT' lTatlltlTflTT n^mSt ^am^ mm i. si Via 'j.ilj i sfit-JS. 1J.TV.ISS ¦ ¦' _¦ [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

laBBatlllT' lTatlltlTflTT n^mSt ^am^ mm i. si Via 'j.ilj i sfit-JS. 1J.TV.ISS ¦ ¦' _¦ otrt. oouiiBY. The ftUowtee tn« DMTO, frt*4ia At kntic Mbnthly, must kilrwe a wi(le.,ei»cula tion throughout the country. It is a sple% dlijbwst of patriotic feehng: IrtllBH1 t#«4» *be wrote her name; Bey tewTi were reared on holy <ray<« ; The golden seed that bore ber came S»11r-vripjj««l with pr*f »r *V$*»* 4. W« . s > *y ' Tho Fawwt bowed hit aodprtsaWM, And 0 p*» «un« bis-#r%^oilfir t r;: Mook River, led *t owJ««jt 0«. To dun thf V»a3&SJi (Soros ; «H11, fcU * «^tsV*tWs#rlti rand JTo owe.) O^rviriiB vMtariiits grew, M^k mi yi«m iig itUstart, and band, #%er virtaaVs fiory girdle drew. © Sank of the wrath of Kings ! ' O Pilgrim Ark of Liberty! The refuge of divinest things, Their record mist abide in thee i Enl in the glories ef thy front Let the crown-jewel. Truth, be found ; Thy right hand fling, with generous wont, Love's hftopjl ch|in»o £|rthesi boon*J . Le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

TJw) traitor Breckinridge, it apfears, has not yet gone to Virginia, ut is still in Kentucky, doing what he can Jpfurther the rebel cause.— lie is reportedj on good authority, to be. organizing a large rebel camp at Prestonsburg, in Floyd county, in which work he is being assisted by Preston, Jbntison, Duke, Williams, Haws, Moore, and other secession notable^. Jt is stated that they have already collected a force of six or seven thousand men, whom they are drilling eight hours ,a day. •©"Our soldiewtm the right wing S9m'iWW*<% e **is i & off the -woods at " t«a€Bdto%ine, Ml Sin, wblcti have afforded the enemy cover. It is said iAfttr JtcClentm telegraphed the President, at two o'clock on Monday marnibg, that he was ready for the rajafljfein whatever force they might (((joSVand that he would whip them. Twelve Steel rifled cannon have been ordered for Ohio batteries, makirigjeigfcty-fiwr riSed cannon being manufactured for Ohio. With the. uag^ftejitB now going from ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

.: .,Vt9nmma> Ctnrt , rf pMJsshiuta of an order of the Orphans' Court of Greene c jnrity, there will lie >«W on the premise*. sn l|Mr|Ui P*«* ttlk, 1881, the following descrfW»r»W property, late the estate of ISAAC NORRIS, of RMhbsl lovrnsl.ip. deceased, tb-wit: A Trhet Of Land situate in Rhhbill townslijp. Greeue co. sMjoisdisg tend* of Jonathan Attains, John Foster, Charles Scotland others, containing . 9pTiari.«3-ty Aeros, Honor leas', abedt thirty-five ef Which are cleared, " .*>.1 il - * ' «n4 os which are erected a lioa; Cabin Hoatse,l>c>,t Bar.u, Stable, Ac. Tnis is adesirable'property, and is situated in a good aajthborhood. .-T^ BSOK—One hatf the purchase Money at the eon - Srsnaciou of the sale, and the remaining half one year thereafter, with interest from the continuation. WALTER L. BATSON, Oct. 16.1861:%. Administrator GREENE COfJSJTy, 8S. DansttT/. Ollnian 1 In the Common Please of said "" vs. I, county, of June term, 1858, No. Ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

.Ittftel] aiilJcttisttots. W ) V, BOWS, pirrsBfTROH STEAM REFINED CANDY SHIUFACTOKI, i WHOLCS4&S BlitXK I.V Foreign and Domestic Fruits * Nuts, PicUes, Pnterva, Sardine* , $rc. 1ST LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. j Having a large cooneclinn with importing hnusr s,; Eauf, lam prepared to furnUh Country Dealers with a larg* assortment of Foreign FruUBasthey arrive in their ; stason, on equally as gout) terms as tu.y can buy else- ! where. 1 am IOW receiving s new crop of Orange**, Lemons. Figs, Pates, Raisins, Primes, 1'lums, Currant* and everp descripiion of Nuts Also. Fresh Teaches in Oanti of a superior quality. Pickles. Preserves. Olive, Oils, Catlaps, fee. (.omiiiou Fan>:y and CrystaH**1 *! Candies, manufactured frumthe nestnf maleriaU, and will be sold ut the lowest prices. I would call special at eulion to my (^ough Candy It is not surpassed in the Country for the cure cf Coughs and Colds TUT IT. February 27, Hfcil—no 38. V. YKACiEK & CO, No. IIO Mark...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

fiif*fW.iu. - .., ; :-:*»-.rWu:if, I NiiW GA8ME? SHOP. | —,1 i - i PUBLIC attention is called to the new Cabinet Warp- ' room, one door east of Minor's Store, where all kinds of Cabinet Furniture trill be furnished t<> nrdei IU the most improved style, and on the most reason, ble ; terms. Bureaus. Book-Cases, Cupboords, Bedsteads, : Tables, Stands, Ace. Also i COFFINS Will be put up with >lie Neatest possible dispatch and at the very cheapest rates. ATEN & PHELAN. Wnynashurx. Mav S, 1861 THE EXCHANGE! J. TAYLOR & CO., Having opened a Wholesale and Retail Liquor Store in the Basement of the "HAMILTON HOUSE," Waynesburg, Ha., would inform their friends and the public generally, that they are prepared to accommodate tiiem with the best of Brandies, Wines, Gin, Rum, Pure, copper-distilled Rye Whiskey, ate, on the most reasonable terms for cash, or good grain, such as wheat, rye, corn, oats, *c. Confertinnaries and Oysters always on hand. Give the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

R.Er CAlFMLL,( Having just received a large stock of good* from the ; Eastern <iii«f, which he r* derenntned to sell aa low aa i any oilier establishment in Waynesburg. fur casta or aood produce, eon BIB ting in goods of the following: | IM^TT G-OOX3S, Clothes, Caiiiiueres, Buffalo, (Jord, Shawls, Ticking , Blankets. Planner, Lindaeys, Drilling, Oanrou Flannels, Check, Under Shirts and Drawers, -Silks, ItUnghams, Merinos, Alpackasy Cashmeres, Faminelioes, Cobour^s, of all colors, Uel.iines, and Plaids, Lave! a. Clotlis, Ue bates, Hosiery and Gloves of all kinds Mohair Taps. Collars, Fringes, Silk and Tabby velvet, all kiinls of Hibbut 18 Silk Rihbnns, rambrick, Swiss Mull, Jack one ts, Figured ^ J and plain Wm Muslin. And many other artides (o tedious to mention in adveniseinent. 200 pieces of Calicoes, 200 pieces of Brown and Bleached muslins, Ladies Cloaks, a beautiful article Ladies Skirts. XX^.XtJD'CKr.A.RjEE, Mill and Cross cut Saws, Stilvards. Knives and Forks Table a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

. \ j ; { 1 ORBkT lBll>nCJJaLBMTB NBW FALL GOODS! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN Immense Stock of Silks, CLOAKS. DUSTERS, DRESS GOODS, &c, &c. I* H. I Iff T fil v Of all llie celebrated inakns, fmin f^cenls up. SHF.El'INGS AND SHUtTINGS, The most p..pnl tr brands, which we remit at Whole-: s:ile prires. Al»o, : FlaimeN, Blankets. ! Cloths, I Uassimeres, ! Satinets, I Tweeds, ( Jeans, House Keeping Goods, .Hoop Skirts, Ice. N. B. As we do a large wholesale hutniiess in coni neetion with our retail, weare able tosellUooilsat RETAIL CIIEAI'I'.R than anv relail house in the chy. COME AND SEE, whether you want to buy or not. J. W. RA11KER h. CO. NO. S9 MARKET STREET, Oct. 9, 186l:3in. Pittsburgh, Pa. S < I S | | | . EC S E j m — ° i; g ^ M | £ o i ^ SKI ^ § € S 5 iP S'v ^- ^S »• 5 i> ^lgj A -o H | % \\ M fc H ^ H l s i £ A 5 1 5 : i ft I 2 1 t 0ft " 8 k !w i i s ^!! = i rfi I g « ^ (j g f i* ;l«^Uu qa-S K^s Hg -s, I .T -H % u ^ ^ 2 - Q . . ¦•^ sS^^M^" ™...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

ij^sms &fpftQfm,ypz HOOD 8BAkdflB E. A STANDARD MEDICINE forthsspeedy, rsdicsl andf effectual cure el ait dtseseai adsing from IMP0RITY OF THE BLOOD. This medicine has wrought the most miraculous tures in desperate cases of Bciofula, Cancerour Formation, Cutaneous Diseases, Erysipelas, Boils, Pimples en ilie Face, Sore Eyes, Old tinubnrn Ulcers, Scald IlesJ, Teller Affections, Rheumatic Afieetiooe, Dyspepsia, Cosliveness, Jauiidire.' Bit Rheum, Mer. urial Diseases, General Debility, l.iver Complaint, Loss of Appetite, Low Spirits,. Foul Stomach, FEMALE COMPLAINTS, and all Diseases originating in an Impure slate sf the Blood. wtwm THE ABOVI IS A PORTRAIT or DAVID M'CSEIIT. Sworn statement of David M'Creary, of Napier tp., Bedford county: In April, 1856, as neftr SB 1 can remember, a small pimple made its appearance on my upper lip, whicJs soon became enlarged and sore. I used poultices or sorrel, and a wash of blue vitriol, without effect.— Finding the sore extending, I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 30 October 1861

y^tfmmmm ^mm^ MiRKETSTRhET, " ' PtTTSBURGn, PA. jfsiy c-*jw<5J*i " , ^* A-jSnS£K»EJ3jiftrs/./jv -s , jrWWPLJiW FLJJfXELS, • AJITiXUrs, KENTUCKY JEJUfi, 1 VJIS&IMERES. CLOTHS, \ RED FUlJfM-ElS, YKLLOtrrUIXJfE. S, GHBT | VLAMWELS. In addition tn the above, we are dos-1 inf iiulum entire si..i R at reduced prices for cash pa . inone<. llie suick will be found one of the best and I fullest in ih« city. Sept. 11. 1801—dm. WALL PAPER, "Windovtr Slaades. EVERY VARIETY-LOWEST PRICES. JOHN J. DEZ0UCHB, IIS WOOD STREET, COKNEIl 4TH.. j PITTSBURGH, PA. | Green and Huff Oil Cloth for Blinds Cord, Tassels, I and Curtain Trimmings of ever) de.ciipliou. Also, a j fine assortment uf Gilt Con.ices. j Sept. II, 1S6I. THE PLACcI FOR CITIZENS OF GREENE COUNTY TOOETTRKIE STATIONERY, Blank BtMr.l s, l ourt Kecords, &c, IS AT W. O Jclusston A Co.' * Steam Priming House, Blank Bonk Factory, and Stationery House, 5T WOOD STREET. Sepi ll-l-o'-ly PITTSBURGH. PA. R. WIIAIA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 6 November 1861

THE WAYNESBURG MESSENGER, ( PUBLISHED BY E. W. JONES _ JAMES S. JENNINGS, j AT ; WAYNESBURG, GREENE CO., PA. \ — ' '—'" — ¦ _-»>?- ¦ »»- —— • ICTOFPICK NEARLY OPPOSITE THE PUBLIC SQUARE. _fl __iai__« BVMCRIPTK'H. —SI SO in advance; SI 75 at the ex- I psrstion of six monilis; $2 00 witbin the year; S3 50 sjhsrtke expiration of the year. ! AjiVfiiU'lBKMBNTS iugerted at SI 00 per square for three insertions, and SScentsagquareforeach addition- j >1 insertion; (ten linea or less coun'ed a square.) ' g_T A liberal deduction made to yearly advertisers. \ jf^JOB PJUHTIKQ . of all kinds, executed in tile brat : style, and on reasonable terms, at the "Messenger" Job i oflce. I

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THE GOLDEN GATE [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 6 November 1861

THE GOLDEN GATE "Oh, don't you remember'' the corn, Bell Blair, That waved in the autumn breeze, Like the peaceful flow of a mother's prayer . Or the snell oi the singing seas 1 And how, when the harvest time came on, We hid in its golden sheaves, To wait for the coming of gentle John From under the low barn eaves ? I am not ashamed that I loved John Dean, For his heart was pure and true, Though the flowers he culled in the spring time geeen Were always given to yon, And you crushed them under your feet, Bell Blair, As he lovingly turned away ; But I gathered them up to my heart, and there They are all a-bloom to-day. Ah, well I remember the roses, borne With his beautiful love for thee—How he freed their stems of the faintest thorn And the briers were given to me. They are all I shall ever ask, Bell Blair, For I know my brier will bloom To a fragrant flower for my soul to wear, . For I smell its hushed perfume. Sometimes when the shadowy mist uncurls ! From the path my soul...

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Ibtat Sfellan^ j [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 6 November 1861

Ibtat Sfellan^ j L0EENZ0 DOW. I heard Dow twice when I was a child, j He preached in Norwich, Conn., my native j place, Bear hill District, ten miles from his ] own residence. The "old school house" or ' "academy" which the Methodists used for ! a church, was too small for the congrega- ,' tion; they adjourned to the shade of an en. j ornious wide-spreading elm-tree that stood , on the "Green," as the public common was ; popularly called. I rememberit was wash- j ing-day, probably Monday, and four o'clock j in the afternoon. Dow stood in his wag- I on, and I eat, with a younger brother, on I a stone, at the foot of a horse-block, on ; the women's side of the congregation. I : remember only one thing he said. A stout ! young man had clambered up into the forks | of the branches and got to sleep over the • preacher's head, and snored so loudly as to ! disturb the congregation. Dow looked up in the midst of his sermon and said, "Take '¦ . care there, Zaccheus, or you will catch a...

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