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

JAS. »• JENNINGS, 5 ««»*<»'¦• "A sentiment not to be appalled, eormpterl or oompromiaad. It knows no basenase; it cowera to no danger; It oppresses no weaknesa. Destructive only oTdaapotism, it is the sole conservator of liberty, labor and property . It i« the sentiment of « Freedom, of equal rights, of equal obngations - the & law of nature aervaaing the law of the land." f WAYNESBURG, PA. Wednesday, Nov. 6, 1861.

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Annual Aggregate of a Soldier's Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 6 November 1861

Annual Aggregate of a Soldier's Pay. Suppose a private to have served one year, and that being the end of the war, i his account with the Government reduced to a cash valuation would stand about thus: , For 12 months' pay at $14 per month $156 For 12 months' commutation for cloth- ] ing at3i : 42 i For 12 months' commutation for ra- *" tions, §12 144 : For bounty 100 ] For grant of 100 acres of land (in pros- j pect) valued say at 100 ; Total for the year $002 j And supposing his average travel from the place of enrollment to the place of' muster to be 200 miles he receives ?50(50 ' for each 20 miles and the same on his tlis- j charge: and in the ea,valry service, $25 in addition. TRAITOR BRECKINRIDGE.—This gentleman has published a manifesto to the people of Kentucky. It is dated at Bowling Green, and lie says it is written at the first moment since his expulsion from home that he could p lace his feet on the soil of Kentucky. In it he resigns his seat as a member of the Se...

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CAMP LAFAYETTE, UNIONTOWN, PA., 1 October 20th, 1SG1. J [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 6 November 1861

CAMP LAFAYETTE, UNIONTOWN, PA., 1 October 20th, 1SG1. J For the Messenger. hiDixoRs MESSENGER :—Many persons frequently enquire concerning the names of the several companies now in camp, the localities whence they came, how they are officered, and other like information, without receiving any satisfactory answer.— To reply, in part, to such inquiries as these, is the object of the present let- j ter. Eeing thus necessarily statisti- j cat, it may not prove as entertaining j as some former ones, but may per- haps be more useful. The number of companies now in camp is eleven, in-1 eluding the one which is yet quarter- j ed in the town. Their names, offi- j cers, and former places ofrendezvous, j are as follows, presenting them in J the order in which they entered the ; service , so far as I can learn. j Capt. H. Z. LUDINGTON'S company, i the '-Mountain Rifles ," from Spring field, Fayette Co.; 1st Lieut. R. SMURR; 2nd, S. R. BROWN ; Orderly Sergeant. J. F. IMEL , 2nd do. Z. ...

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

REGISTER'S NOTICE. *|^"OTICE in hereby given lo all whom it may concern, i,l that the undersigned Executors, Administrators ' ami Guardians, have ordeted their sereral accounts to be published for settlement, at Decamber Term, 1861, and that said accounts will be filed according to law, and presented to the Orphans' Court for the county of Greene, State of Pennsylvania, at said Term, on Wednesday, Hie Wth day of December, at 2 o'clock, p M, for confirmation and allowance. The account of Isaac F. Randolph, guardian of Levi Norris, a minor child of Thomas Norris,dec'd. The account of David U. Main, administrator of John Kughn, dee'd j The final account of H. J. Davis and Eli Titus, : ezncuMr* of the last will and testament of Pleasant Myers, dsc'a. jwvff&wsrar% **.*-~ \ Nov.«,mu °J *"** * ""«* ** ""¦ • j

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

HOSHIMKA LODGE No. 55 8,1.O. of O.F. MEET in Waynesburg, in Allison's Hall, opposite the Court House, on Thursday evening of each week, at 7£ o'clork. OFFICEBS: DAVID BXJCriANAN, P. G. | £ J'' , ? ORTE E R ' V * G J. F. TEMPLE, Sec'y-B. F. IIERIU.NOTON , Treas. W. A. POBTF.B, Chaplain. N«v ^ , 1861. IwTALLlWfiGOls ' AT GEO. HOSKLXSOX'iS. Beauty, Fashion and Cheapness Combined. HAS just received trom the Eastern Cities a large sioi-k of seasonable goods, among which niav be enume rated Dress Goods, Dress Trimmings, Muslin Delaines, French Ginghams, Borage Delaines. Domestic Ginghams, Bleached Muslins, Brown Muslins, Cloths and Cassimeres , Fresh Family Groceries, Fish, Sait, Hardware, Queensware, Bats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, «fcc, «fcc, Together with a variety of NOTIONS. Customers and the public generally are invited tocalland examine his assortment of Goods. Sold cheap for cash, or country produce. GEORGE HOSKINSON. Waynesburg, Nov 6, 1861. ¦> ON TO RICHMOND I' " ' ...

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

¦ Sfamifc, On Thur - sday, the 31st ult, by the Rev. C. Tilton, Mr. A. J. Swart, of Washington Co. Pa., to Miss MARV J. GREJSXUEE, of Greene Co. Pa. On Monday the 21st ult. by Rev. C. Tilton, Mr. LEVI TAYLOR, to Miss ELISABETH SMITH, both of Morgan township, Greene Co. Pa. On the 31st, of Oct. 1861, by Rev. R. H. Sutton, Mr. JOSIAH IKGHRAM, to Misa SARAH, daughter of John T. Hook, all of Greene Co. Pa. A liberal supply of cake was received with the above notice, for which the happy couple have the sincere well wishes of the printers. On Saturday, October 10th, 1861, bv the | Rev. Barnct Whitlatch, Mr. Wsi. "VYOOD-[ RUFF, late of California, and Miss EI.MA. A. BELL, of Ruff's Creek, Greene Co., Pa. The happy couple have our thanks for generously remembering the printers.

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

WANTED! Wheat, Flour, Oats, Corn, Hay, Pork, Beef, and almost every kind of Country Produce, will be received in payment of debts due the Messenger office. Bring it along, friends, without delay. J6F*Those who have promised us Coal are informed that we have room ibr any quantity of it.

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¦ £0f*& £»MW*S* [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 6 November 1861

¦ £0f*& £»MW*S* : ________r_:rs2=________: JO T TEy. r DT "VTILUAli CCtLBN BRTAKT. '" * ' Qh.co»ntry, marvel of the earth ! Oh realm to sudden greatness grown ! £Jhe ajje that gloried In tny Vu;h, Shall it behold ti_ OT^rtlirown r Shall trtitors lay thy greatness low t $o\ Land of Hope and Slewing, No ! Asd we who hear thy glorious name, ? Shall we, like cravens, stand apart, When thoee, who- thbu hast trusted, aim ,Tnedeatb-t>'0W at thy generous heart t Forth goes the battle-cry, and lo! Hosts rise in harness, shouting No! £nd they who founded, in our land, The power that rules from sea Jo sea. Bled they in vain, or vainly planned To leave their country great and free f THSfSeeping ashes, from below, Send up the thrilling murmur, rfo ! Knit they the gentle ties which long These sister States were proud to wear, And forged the kirirjly' Khks 'so strong For idle hkn_ in sport to tear—For scornful hands aside to throw I No, by our Cithers' memory, No ! Oap...

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' -" Bunyan's Wit, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 6 November 1861

' -" Bunyan's Wit, Banyan had a ready wit, as well as an elegant tongue, and could silence a vain pretender by sarcasm with as much ease as he refuted an errorist by strong argu-Tnelrte. Towards the close of Bunyan's imprisonment, a Quaker called upon him, hoping to make a convert of the author of the "Pilgrim's Progress." He thus addressed him, ' '"Friend John, I am come to thee with a message from the Lord, and after having searched for thee in half the prisons in England, I am glad that I haVe found thee jrtlasj." "If tiie Lord sent you," sarcastically returned'Banyan, "yon need not have taken so much pains to find me out, for the Lord knows I have been a prisoner in " Bedford jail these twelve years past."

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How to be Contented. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 6 November 1861

How to be Contented. That is undeniable good logic and good p hilosophy, which reminds us that there are two classes- of things which we should never fret about; one-is things which can-Wfe helped; the other, things which con bt helped. But the logic and the philosop hy alike fail in the case of a neighbor of ours, (die representative of thousands, we suppose,) who' insists that with him the fritting ia the very 'thing which cannot be helped! Much better than this was the conchisioa of the good lady, who remarked _fct she tad been trying for years to get a contented--mind, but haying, failed in the ¦¦sUsvrorj she bad finally "settled down to }& contented without it."

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

Orp__—a' Coart sale. IN rtrffinrr tttto.order ottUte Orphans' Coart ot pMM ciuinty, their* will be sold en the premises, an a*t_t«str< '¦«• • ' *«** *•»» • the following described rut property, isle the estate of ISAAC NOBSIS.of Richhili township, deceased, to-wit: A Tract of Land situate in Richhill township, Greene CO. adjojaiftc lauds of Jonathan Allums, John Foster, .; JT, -j T3^^*coti»„ others, containing . ' OTi—Lo*-s)- Aoreat Horeor laat, about thirty-five ef which art cleared, and on which are erected a l,ea; Cabin Homse, A.og Bans, 8table, _e. This, is a desirable property, and is situated in a good f*_M:—One half the purchase Monty at the conflimdliuii Yif 11m sslj and the remaining half one year mmbr, with Interest from the" confirmation. ¦ {¦¦ • - ¦ WALTI_i..iMT*ON, Oct. ro, ISSI.Jt. Administrator -REE1VE COfJJVTY, M. Daniel-X-.tHunan VJn the* Common Please of said Vs. I county, of June term, 1858, No. Basal, Furguson, I 39, read. expo, to No. M, Sep-»»•« resi...

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

^ -RMfflfrwTTrfr ^1 Irtfyrfr^m ^iff^* i «pw ____h «oo-« rom isei, i.«. mwmwTELBn , MARKET sJTREET, P1TT8BUROII, PA. JfMff CALICOS, JfBHT OlltOltJUtS , AS IT BLEACHED MUSLIM*, NEWtLJUB FLAXXELS, SATIJfETS, KENTUCKY JEAJfS, CA8SIMERES, CLOTHS, MEDFLAItXELS, YELLOW tLAXXELS, BRET FLAXXELS. In addition to the above, we are closing oat 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. 11,1861-6m. WALL PAPEH, '\*r 7 __.«_«_va7- Wis as do—. EVERY VARIETY—LOWEST PRICES. JOHN J. DEZOUCHE, lit WOOD STREET, CORNER STH.. PITTSBURGH, PA. Green and Buff Oil Cloth for Blinds. Cord, Tassels, and Curtain Trimmings of every description. Also, a tine assortment of Gilt Cornices. Sept. 11, 1861. THE PLA0-FOR CITIZENS OF GREENE COUNTY TO OCT TBRIB STATIOVBRT, Blank Books, Court Records, &e., U AT W. O. aTtj—Mrton A Oc's, Steam Printing House, Blank Book Factory, and Stationery House, 67 WOOD STREET. Sept 11. 1461— ...

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

$&skx$ Q&aikitmk. a ny _. BOWK, PITTSBVBOH 8TBAM SEriMRD CANDY MANUFACTORY, WHOLESALE DEALEE IN Foreign and Domestic Fruit*, Nuts, Picklet, Praervet, Sardines , jrc. 18T LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Having a large connectien with importing bousr-s, Eaat, lam prepared to furnish Country Dealers with a large assortment of Foreign Fruits as they arrive in their season, on equally as good terms as th.y can buy- elsewhere. I am-iow receiving a new crop of Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Pales, Raisins, Primes, Plums, Currants and everp description nf Nuts Also. Fresh Peaches in Oans of a superior quality, Pickles, Preserves, Olive, Oils, Catnaps, ftc. Common Fancy and Crystalized Candies, manufactured from the best of materials, and will be sold all be lowest prices. 1 would call special at'enlion to my Cough Candy. It is not surpassed in the Country for the cure cf Coughs and Colds. TRY IT. February 87, 1861—no 36. V- .EAGER &, CO, No. IIO Market Street, PITTSBURGH...

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

ZC-Q T^* GrOODS [ AT MINOE &- CO.'S ! __ . THB Farmers' and Mechanics' Exchange are now ( opening a very large and well selected stook of FA._l AND WISTER DRY GOODS, Which have been purchased on such terms as will enable them to sell at LOWER I'RICES than ever LADIES' DRESS GOODS In endless variety. Their stock of Silks, Meruioes, Plain and Figured Delains, PUids. Grey Goods; in short every description of Ladies' Wear is large. A supply Of FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS. Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers, Bonnet Velvets and Milks. _COP&-_-Q eOOBB, See. lEfifiM! lEI'SM!! Cloths, Casaimeres, Vestings, Tweeds and everything in the Staple and Fancy Goods Line. BOOTS AND S HOES, HATS AND CAPS ! Their slock is large and is selling at prices to suit the times. Groceries, Hardware, Queeusware, &c. Kept constantly on hand in great variety and at low prices. The public can feel assured that they can purchase Good at old prices, and prices thai will defy competition. C...

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

Seasonable Dry Goods 1 R. K. CAMPBELL, Having just received a large stock ef goods from the Eastern cities, which he i« determined to sell as low as any other establishment in Waynesburg. for cash or aood produce, consulting in goods of the following: DRY GOODS, Clothes, Casiiueres, Buffalo, Cord, Shawls, Ticking Blankets, Flanno, Lindaeys, Drilling, Canton Flannels, Check, Under Shirts and Drawers, Silks, Ginghams, Merinos, Alpackas, Cashmeres, Faramettoes, Cobourgs, of all colore . Delaines, and Plaids, Lave].a . Cloths, Debages, Hosiery and Gloves of all kinds Mohair Caps. Collars, Fringes, Silk and Tabby velvet, all kinds of Ribbons Silk Ribbons, Cambrick, Swiss Mull, Jackonets, Figured and plain ^ Muslin. And many other articles to tedious to mention in advertisement, 300 pieces of Calicoes, 300 pieces of Brown and Bleached muslins, Ladies Cloaks, a beautiful article Ladies Skirts. —CARZ)'W_._._, Mill and Cross cut Saws, Stityards. Knives and Forks Table and tea Spoons, Door ...

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

sf*__fes_B'__ssssss r ___R __S_W__H___ * __M_MI___ NEW FALL GOODS! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN Immense Stock of Silks. CLOAKS, DUSTERS, DRESS GOODS, &c, &c. _» __ I _»T T _I , Of all the celebrated makes, from 6£ cents up. SHEETINGS AND SHIRTINGS, The most popular brands, which we retail at Wholesale prices. Also, Flannels, Blankets, Cloths, Cassi meres . Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans, House-Keeping Goods, ! Hoop Skirls, ice. K. B. As we do a large wholesale business in con-! nection with ourretail, weare able tosellUoodsat RE-! TAIL CHEAPI.'R than any retail house in ihe city. j COME AND SEE, whether you want to buy or not. I J. W. BARKER II CO. I NO. 59 MARKET STREET, Oct. 9. 18«l:3m. Plttsbnrgii, Pa. || ! , CO « CO I \$d r * ° mi J R S 5? > 4 £ L3 « . 1 * * § iZ §55*|8 < g fl _ w S 3 W g "1 a ^ iRI 5_ rf _ Hp; « s(- i^i^ i s ^^ § ° _ Ws_ °^H^ »s ^ « « !*< .^ sH ffi u u * iUj _ „ a 5 rr r z a H !*_ " _ *„_£- K" T « 5 t-i _ r , 5 s « IM a w _ c oo " ...

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

M A _ H O (TtkiffW now _OST, HOW RtSymt. Just Published, in a Sealed EtWelnpe : A LECTURE ON THE NATURE. TREATMENT, AND RADICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal Weakness, Sexual llehiliiy. Nervousness, and. Involuntary Emissions, producing impoteucy. Consumption and Mental and Ph ysical Debility. By ROBERT J. CULVEHWEI.L , M. »., The important fact that the awful consequences of self-ahuse may lie effectually teuinved without internal medicines or the dangerous apiiiiiaiinnsofrausii s, instruments, medicated bougies, and other imperial devises, is here clearly demonstrated , and the enirelv new and highly successful treatment, as adopted by tiie celebrated authnr Hilly explained, b y means at which every one is enabled to cure himself periclty, and at the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised nostrums of the day. This lecture will prove a boon to thousand and thousands. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ddress, postpaid, on the receipt of two postag...

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The French in Borne. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 13 November 1861

The French in Borne. The Paris Journal des Debats holds the following bold language with regard to the French occupation of ; Rome: . I "For our part—and this is not the j first time that we have had to pro-1 nounce on this point—we believe that the French Government has no need to keep an army of 20,000 men at Rome to assure to the person of the Hol y Father and the sp iritual interests he represents the protection and security to which they are entitled. To doubt that would be to insult France, for it would be to doubt the influence and ascendancy she exercises in Italand vhich she has y, A all the more right to exercise from the fact that they are the price of her glorious services ." Steadily the work goes on of undermining the French occupa t ion of Rome, and we may fairly presume that in a few months more the city will be left to itself and fall into the hands of the "King of Italy. " The death of the Pope mi ght be the signal for such an event, but it is more probable...

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Select Ifertlauty [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 13 November 1861

Select Ifertlauty Scene on the Battie-Field. The following account of a scene on the battle-field is copied by a Richmond paper from the correspondence of the New Orleans Crescent: "A most touching scene took place in the affair of Major Hood's, al ready alluded to. Among those mortally wounded was a Northern man; he was shot through both hips, and, had fallen on the road, where he was discovered by a Lousianian. He wai suffering the most intense painr Hi face and body distorted by his agoniz zing sufferings. He begged for water which was promptly g iven him. Hi head and shoulders were raised t make him comfortable, and his fac and forehead bathed in water. H< urged the Louislanian to pray fo him, who was forced to acknowledg< his inability to pray. At that ino-j ment one of the Mecklenburg troop-, ers came up, and the poor fellow urged his request again, with great earnestness. The Virginian knelt at his side, and asked the wounded man if he was a christian and ...

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The Stars and Stripes. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 13 November 1861

The Stars and Stripes. "Sir, I must detain you no longer . I have said enough, and more than enough to man i fest the spirit in which this flag is now committed to your charge. It is the national • ensign, pure and simple; dearer to all our hearts at this moment, as we lift it to the gale, and see no other sign of hope upon the storm-cloud, which rolls and rattles above it, save that which is reflected from its own radiant hues; dearer, a thousand-fold dearer to us all than it ever was before, while gilded by the sunshine of prosperity, and playing with the zeph yrs of peace . It will speak for itself far more eloquently than I speak for it. Behold it! Listen to it I Every star has a tongue ; every stripe is articulate. There is no language or speech where their voices are not heard. There is magic in the web of it. It has an answer for every question of duty. It has a solution for every doubt and every perplexity . It has a word of good cheer for every hour of gloom and des...

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