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Frice's Whereabouts. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
Frice's Whereabouts. An officer who had just returned to headquarters at, Springfield, from a scouting expedition, reported that the main body of Price's army were >«f the north fork of Crane Creek » about forty-five miles south of Springfield. He estimates the force under Price at 25,000. Ben McCulloch was. on Flat Creek, with about 7000 men. Price's position is considered favorable for defence; and it has been strengthened by batteries planted on cliffs commanding the approach to the place. ¦ I is m
Seizure of Government Stores by the Eebels. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
Seizure of Government Stores by the Eebels. LEAVENWORTH CITY, November 18.—The steamer Sunshine arrived yesterday from St. Louis. A lot of commissary stores and Government wagons, destined for Fort Leavenworth, were taken from her at Waverly by a gang of rebels under the command of Joe Shelby. GREENE COUNTY HOMICIDE CASK.—. In the Supreme Court. , at Pittsburgh, on Monday, the following order was made: It having been brought to the knowledge of the Court that there is a homicide case standing for trial on the third Monday of December next, in the Oyer and Terminer, of Greene County, and that the recently elected President Judge of that District cannot try the said cause by reason of having been heretofore counsel therein; therefore It is ordered, that the Court of Oyer and Terminer of Greene county for the trial of said causfc "be held b y the Chief Justice and Mr. Woodward, or either of them. j8©-The contiguity of General Kell y^ the hero of Philli ppi and Romney, to-Winc...
LATEST MAEKET EEPOETS [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
LATEST MAEKET EEPOETS NEW YOYK, November 20.—Evenninij.—Cotton buoyant; sales 2,000 bales , at 24 J. Flour heavy; sales 24,-000 bids. Wheat declined lc; sales 2(53.000 bushels at «1,23@1,2G for Chicago Spring; 81,30 for Milwaukee Club; ?1,30.(5\S1,37 for Red, and S1.44(«;1.54 for White. Corn; sales 127.000 bushels at 643(«.66c. Pork heavy at $12,50@,$13,00 for Mess.— Lard * heavv at 8l(«),9i.
TEUE AS PBEA0HIN& [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
TEUE AS PBEA0HIN& The Erie City Dispatch, a conservative Republican paper, thus speaks of the loudmouthed Abolitionists of our day. It is a fai t hf u l a n d life-like dag u e rre otyp e of t h at class of politicians, and we commend it to their consideration : "The loudest-mouthed Abolitiotionists have proved the greatest cowards—and when you hear a man say that he will not consent to a termination of this war until every vesti ge of sla v e r y is eradica t ed from ou r soil, set him down as a cOward, and as a n Aboli t io n is t s w ho hates the Constitution and the laws to a deg r ee as in t e n se as if he w e re a s e c ess i on - ist and a rebel. The fac t is b e c o ming e v eryday more apparent, t hat if peace a n d properity is ever again to bless our country, the administration of Mr. Lincoln igust be supported firmly upon a constitutional basis—the Constitution must be our guid e, our hope and salvation, a n d he w ho accepts the war upon any other basis, ...
" HOW THIS WOELD IS GIVEN TO [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
" HOW THIS WOELD IS GIVEN TO DYING!" Twenty mortals balance the ledger of life every second and twelve hundred are rubbed out of existence every hour. ' Every day is the last one of 18,890, and the flowers of each returning spring bloo m over the newly made graves of 7,852,000 . Th e p op u la t io n of t he w orld is 800,000,000, and so every man runs seven chances in 800 of dying i n a y e a r . The odds a r e jn life, but every day increases the chances of death, and bye and bye life hangs on a slender thread. Reader 1 ere another year , you and I may join the ghastly throng, and—"life's fitful fever o'er"—sleep the sleepthat ka^^|tf^s%gs^Bi^&
OIL ON DUNKABD [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
OIL ON DUNKABD We learii that the Oil Well of Church, Hare & Co., on ROBERT M APLE'S farm on Dunkard Creek in this county overflowed a few days since, throwing into the air a large s tr eam of oil of a n excell ent q u ali t y. * @*Tho movement of troops from Ohio and Indiana into Kentucky, is active. Two Ohio reg iments and two Indiana batteries were sent to Louisville on Friday, and in the two States there are at least ten reg iments prepared £6 ge. Oar army in Kentuck y w ampi^ if aUgf 1 handled, 2?J2S^%^W pWtt State by ¦ n onitm ' £$$$$ Invaders, within
HOW TO GET ALONG [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
HOW TO GET ALONG We have some suggestions to offer which will enable our readers to get through lif e in the most easy manner. If a bee has the audacity to sheathe its sting in your cuticle, justice demands that you should intantly upset the hive wherein the offender has his headquarters, and exterminate every bee therein. If a dog bites you in the calf of the leg, stern justice demands that you should bite the dog iu the calf of his leg. On the same principle if an irate donkey rudely elevates his posterior extremities against-your sacred person, the true way is to kick back. If a horse falls upon you, the sublime principl e of lex talionis requires that you should fall upon the horse. If Joggs calls you a liar, the treatment is to call him a liar and a thief into the bargain. If you are a farmer, a n d a n eighbo r's cow happens to get into your young corn, your instant mode of satisfaction is to turn all your cows, hog s ect., into his own. By following out t hese sublime i...
JOHN 0. BEEOIINEIDGE'S MANI FEST0. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
JOHN 0. BEEOIINEIDGE'S MANI FEST0. We have at last received a copy of the : recent address of Mr. JOHN C. BAECKIN- RIDGE to the people of Kentucky, and we ! propose to notice a few of its most promi-! nent features. "Among all who have; figured in this most unnecessary and j shameless rebellion," remarks a cotempo-; rary, "Mr. Breckinridge occupies a bad pre-eminence: because he figures not less i as a p itiable dupe than as a treacherous and brazen-factd ingratc against the na- tion which has elevated him to hig h and undeserved honor. "As a jewel of gold in j a swine's snout"—to use an expression in ; the sacred writings—so has been the bestowal of the second office in the Republic upon him; and it is something at least j upon which all true citizens may congrat- ulate one another when such an one as he finally throws off the mask to find 1:is true level amongst the bevy of heartless traitors who are attempting the destruction of the Union and the Constitution. The whole pro...
WHEEE THE DANGEE LIES, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
WHEEE THE DANGEE LIES, Ex-Governor WRIGHT, of Indiana, la t e minister to Prussia, recently made a speech at Indianapolis, in which he said: "There is more danger this day from a divided North than from anything else.— A firm, decided, united North, will settle the question, and that speedil y. Bat we must not listen in those violent, miserable Abolitionists of the North who are asserting that the object of this war is to interfere with the institutions of the South. This is what the secessionists of the South love to hear, because ii unites the South just in proportion as it is believed." Aud Governor WRIGHT ought to have add e d, we can never have a "united North" until Abolitionism is effectuall y "crushed out." The Lo u i sv ille Democrat, a gallant Union paper, is ri ght when it says : - We make no apology for this wicked effort in the South to destroy the Government. We grant the necessity of suppressing it; but the Abolitionism, that has produced it, must also be suppre...
MEMBm0F0APT.ABSAflAV8#Wf PAIT, OtfL. H6WALL'S BMtSBR, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
MEMBm0F0APT.ABSAflAV8#Wf PAIT, OtfL. H6WALL'S BMtSBR, Captain—S. M. Abraham. 1st Lieutenant—J. A. (Jordoii, Greece., 2d Lieutenant— i. M. Crawford, Greene. Orderly Sergeant—D. R. Graham, " 2d Sergeant—R. H. Ross, Fayette. 3d Sergeant—Jas. R. Core, " 4th Sergeants—F. M. Rush, Greene. 5th Sergeant—A. Conrod, Fayette. 1st Corporal—W. Pitcock, Greene. 2d Corporal—G. A. Burchinel, Fayette. 3d Corporal—H. Gooden, Greene. 4th Corporal—B. S. Gilmore, Fayette. 5th Corporal—T. S. Knicely, Greene. Gth Corporal—II. B. Patton, Fayette. 7th Corporal—H. H. Hoge, Greene. i Hiram Hickman, Musician, Greene. Greene County.—Baker Bure, Lindsey Black, John J. Coniley, John Cline, Jacob Cole, Win. Dean, P. C. Dickson, D . S. Grove, M. S. Gordon, Benj. Gehoe, Joh n Gregg, John Graham, W. Graham, Isaac Hunter, James Husk, Fred. Husk, J. P. Hardin, G. Hoffman, Josephus Jacobs, J. R. Kent, .7. T. Lynn, E. Meredith, J. McMasters, J. H. S. Moredock, Joh n Moo r e , D. W. Martin, Owen Pitcock, Asberry P...
gtametr [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
gtametr On Nov. 25th, 18 G 1, by Rev. A. B. Miller, Mr. WM. LEWIS to Miss.A NN E LIZA DEPOE , both of Greene county, Pa. On Tuesday, the 12th day of Nov., by Mr. G. W. Bell, Esq., Mr. JOHN PHILLIPS to Miss E LLEN L AUNTZ , " both of Greene co. Pa.
®i4 [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
®i4 | In this plac e, on Friday, the loth inst., ! of Pulmonary disease, Miss MARTHA M., J daughter of Mrs. Mary Lindsey, in the : 19th year of her age. • I MARTHA died in the full triumph of faith i in Christ. A few days before the.brittle co r d gave way, she closed in with the ofj fer of life, and rested her all upon the Saviour's death. But two days before, her brother GEORGE fell a victim to the flattering destroyer.-— The writer had frequent interviews with the deceased, during their last days, f r om which he feels assured that they are among the blessed.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
¦osni««*M *W m m** ****'*. M*£T «J*"7*JP*Mh^«'"*' *Hw>"* MUK ^MM the Cetrrt Home, on Thursday eveuin* ofeul week, lit 7f oVrock. OmcKfts: n AVID BUCHANAN P G I " •'•¦ BABNE8, N. G. DAVIUHOt-UAnAW, lb. i T , p ORTER v . O. J. P. TKKFUJ , Sec'y. B. F. llBHuiiruToif, Trsti. W. A. PoRTea, Chaplain. Nav. 6.1861. HAAS & CO., AMBROTYPE AND PHOTOGRAPH ARTISTS, Quyers' Building, Up Stairs, 1)ICTI;RES taken in all kinds of weatber. TERMS MODISKATE. Wayuesburg, Oct. 30th, 1S61. NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS. AT GEO. HOSKINSON'S. Beauty, Fashion aud Cheapness Combined. HAS just received from the Eastern Cities a large stock of seasonable ^oods, among ivMicfe sssr lw enumerated Dress Goods, Dress Trimming's, Muslin Delaines, French CHngbams, Barage Delaines. Domestic Ginghams, Bleached Muslins, Brown Xttnslins, Cloths and Cassimeres, Fresh Family Groceries, Fish, Sair, Hardware, Queensware, Bats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, «&c, «ftt%, Together with a variety of NOTION...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
PujTOkrg^imngirl f^f^fh^^"'- ! SVrVTlniWff^T wEr ^" W^p^y^ ^Jy ^•aak^lfeBSWs^ "*^» '" ' jf^g$^S^pB"^pg^K«5Q£3^p=»y--^ («^ByMsSlsflris^slBsisflsi^99N) "A sentiment not lo be appalled, corrupted or eessspromised it knows no baseness; it cowers to no danger; it oppresses no weakness Destructive only ofaespousm, it Is the sole conservator of liberty, labor and property. It is the sentiment of Freedom, of equal rights, of equal obligations-the liw of nature pervading the law of the land." -WAYNESBURG, PA. Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1861.
WANTED! [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
WANTED! Whea t, Flour , Oats, Corn, Hay, Po r k, Beef, and al m ost e ver y kind of Country P r oduce, will be received in payment of debts due the Messenger office. Bring it along, friends, without delay. iJKsf-Those who have promised us Coal are informed that we have room for any quantity of it.
Accounts. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
Accounts. We s en d o ut accou nt s t his w eek t o all our subscribers who are a year or more in arrears. We trust all will respond promptl y a n d cheerf u lly, and enable us to meei our obligations fo r Pape r, Labo r, &c, w hicb r are v ery hea v y. These who have already ki n dly r e me m - bered «g have our hearty thanks.
OUBPAPEB-HW TO INCREASE ITS OIBOULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
OUBPAPEB-HW TO INCREASE ITS OIBOULATION. If our Democratic friends in the several townships would make a little effort, the circulation of the Messenger might be largely increased. There are hundreds without a paper who ought to have it and can well afford to take it. Indeed they cannot afford to be without it, or some reliable jo ur nal, in these stirring and exciting times. Will not the friends of the paper in the various districts of the county, devote a little time and effort to the work of enlarging our circulation? Let us see what townships will send us the LARGEST LIST Of GOOD, PAYING SUBSCRIBERS. We w ill publish the names of the friends who send us subscribers, with the number they send. Wc trust we shall have a great many ack n o w l e dgeme nt s of t he ki n d t o make. Who will be the first to help us ?
ANOTHER S0IO. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861
ANOTHER S0IO. Here is another most appropriate song for the gallant and patriotic souls who ha v e so much t o do at home i n t he w ay of "shaking their gory locks" at Democrats and denouncing them as "cowards," that t hey can't get time t o do any t hi n g else fo r their country than play s oldie r, like village lads on Summer days:— RAHWING SONG OF THE HOME GUARDS. DEDICATED TO THAT HIGHLY ORNAMENTAL ASSOCIATION. Adapted to the classical aria 'Root, Ho g , or Die.' Come all ye jolly soldier boys and listen unto me, The Home Guard is our regiment as any one can see, We never can be conquered, tor at home we mean to stay, And since we'll have no fighting here, we'll never run away. We like the regimentals but we cannot stand the blood, The rations, and the powder, and the tramping through the mud, They talk of fame and glory—you can put it in your eye, Big P'S> little pig, root, hog, or die. Home, home, sweet, sweet home, For soldiers like the Home Guard there's nar...