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. .--. ¦. . _ A Miscount. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

. .--. ¦ . . _ A Miscount. Mr. Breckinridge, in a long and windy add r ess t o t he people of K e n tu cky, speaks ¦ of the "twelve States which compose the j Southern Confederacy." Mr. Breckin-I ridge's egotism must be very great to sup. j poee that Kentucky is out of the Union S because he is in the rebel ranks. The J events which are occurring there will j ) probably satisfy him before long that she .' j is too big a State to hang to his skirts. — J Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and Mis- I ; souri are all in the Union, andnodema-l 1 goiruical arts can now take them out. r ° - i

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For P»t Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

For P»t Royal. We are satisfied, says the Washington Star of Friday, that yesterday and to-day considerable Union reinforcements embarked for General Sherman, in South Carolina. General Burnside is now here. He is understood to be pushing the preparations for the embarkation of the large land force which he is to command in an expedition similar to that of General Sherman and Commodore Dupont. The same transports and war vessels for the most part will probably accompany General Burnside.

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DEATH OF HEAT0N HILL, ESQ [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

DEATH OF HEAT0N HILL, ESQ From the Springfield (111.,; Register This gallant young soldier, a corporal in Captain Bitmap' s compa n y of t he 1 st Illinois cavalry, died at St. Lows, on Monday, the 14th day of October last. He wa s wi t h hi s co m pany i n t he bl o ody aff a i r at Lexington, Misso ur i, and was wounded severel y in one of his thighs, and was brought to St. Louis, where he died of his wounds. Mr. Hill was one of our most estimable citizens, a carpenter b y t rade, who came here froitt Pennsylvania, so m e ten years a^roi and during that period earned a hi gh charact e r for; p r obi t y , industry aud business habits;-''He was among the first to enlist in his country's cause, and the general voice of his comrades is, that he was a true man and sturd y soldie r .— His remains were brought home yester day, (the 15th,) and were met at the depot b y s o m e fif t y of hia co m pa n y compani ons, with a large number of other citi/ens, and escorted to the res...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

- sL _: ,*Q(WE. . : h j Dr: IfriforfrLfcirirt Will mafcte *i* *«pt j visit to Waynesburg, on Monday and ! Tue«tf»y-, tbe t»t+ *wi 4ttMi.$*'*f?- < December. It is desirable, upon his part, that as many as convenient- j ly can, (of those now under his care,) ' will call upon the first day, as upon j the second I am sometimes so throng- j ed that it is impossible for me to do : justice to all, and my visit cannot possibly be prolonged. j 1862. 1862. PITTSBURGH ALMANACS. LEWIS DAY HAS just received a large lot of Pittsburgh Almanac* for lb6U price 5 cents. Country Storekeepers will be supplied by the gross or doz. at Jfijtsburgh prices. Also, a general assortment of School Books, Blank Books, Toy Books, in great variety. . Letter and Cap Paper, Envelope. * , i Pen^. ' Ink, Pencils, ; Slates, &c, [ constantly on hand. | NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES Rpceiveil daily. Give him a call at the old eland, j Wilson's Buildinc, Wuytiesbttrg, Pa. j Nov. 2T, I861-4t. Pay Up aud Sav...

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00L. JN0. ¥. BEAZELL [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

00L. JN0. ¥. BEAZELL We are gratified to learn that this gentlema n, our esteemed cotemporary of the Uniontown "Standard," has been appointed B r igade Quartermaster of Volunteers b y P r eside nt Li n col n . Col BEAZELL'S indomitable energy, as well as his integrity and capaci t y , w ill mak e hi m a m os t efficie n t a n d popular officer. Indeed, in the circle of our acquaintance we know of no one more admirably fitted for the position than our young friend, and we rejoice since r ely in his good fortune.

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AN INDIGNANT EDIT0E [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

AN INDIGNANT EDIT0E Hear what the Editor #f the Erie Dispatch says of subscribers who discontinue their paper without settling up arrearages. We thank fortune we have few such chaps in our bailiwick:—¦ f®*"Nosubscribers who are honest men, or men of the least possible principle, w ill erer return a paper, through a postmaster, marked "'relused," when they have been t aking it on credit for years, without first settling with the publisher. No man who is n o t a mea n, dirty, lousy, sneaking, co n - tempt ible, penny and sheep stealing cuss, would be guilty of such an act."

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tsJ3GSKiiCwI^ [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

tsJ3GSKiiCwI^ ft* mnJTV etomi «fi the ^ att^^ni ^*^, **by \£ena£ . «*port«8Uia» oT^domestic prwj^ llitom tbis city, indeed, tbe vaf me of tbe gdods thus sent away has twice during the month exceeded $3,600,000 for a week, a result which has seldcta been equalled, even when trade was most prosperous.— TMB is a remarkable state of things j when we consider the great value of thWdtfttOn exported in other years, j and remember that, at present, the exportation of this article has almost entirely ceased. During the past week the number of bales of cotton sent to foreign countries was only two hundred, wMle the average number exported per week in I860 was 4 , 040. The number of bales received in this city since the first of January is 293, 691, while during the same time last year 38& * &35 bales were received. Here is a falling off of over 100, 000 bales. The deficiency has been more than supplied, however, by the grain for which England and France have such need ...

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Gen. Fremont's Successor. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

Gen. Fremont's Successor. The Cincinnati Commercial gives this account of Gen. Hunter, who is said to be the officer selected to supersede Fremont—as yet his milita* ry services have not been brilliant:— "Gen: Hunter, the reported successor jof Fremont, is about sixty years of Age. He graduated at West Point J* 1822, the-twenty-Bfth in. rank in a class numbering forty, and was ap-Sointed second lieutenant of infantry. Laving risen to a first lieutenancy, he was, in 1836, made captain of cavalry, but shortly after resigned. In 1842 he rejoined the army as paymaster, in which position, with the rank of Major, thepresent Administration found him. He accompanied Mr. Lincoln from Springfield on his tourtoWashiAgt^p,^ far as Buffalo, where, owing to the pressure of the crowd, he suffered a . dislocation of the collar-bone. . Sh<»rtly after he was made Colonel of the Third cavalry, and then Briga-,dier General. He commanded a leading division at tbe battle of Bull Bun, but was...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

^&teg| %$ofamt*\U wnr T. MOWM, pirraMiBOH STKAM RBFINCD CANDY MANUFACTORY, WHOLESALE CEALEB III Foreign and Domatic Fruit*, Nut*, Pitkle*, Prtterva, Sardine*, fire. 187 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA. Having a large connection with importing houses, Eatit, 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 thiy can buy elsewhere. 1 am ;iow receiving s new crop of Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Dales, Raisins, Primes, Plums, Currants and everp description of Nuts Also. Fresh Peaches in Oans of a superior quality, Pickles, Preserves, Olive, Oils, Catsaps, Ac-Common Fancy and Crystalized Candies, manufactured fromthe bestof materials, and will be sold at the lowest prices. 1 would call special attention to my Cough Candy. It is not surpassed in the Country for the cure of Coughs and Colds. TRY IT. February 27, 1861—no W. < !• YEAftER &, CO , No. 110 Market Street, PITTSBURGH, P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

. WlBfVBr G>OODS I AT MINOR & CO.'S —— - r - t —....» ¦- ¦ — THK Farmers' and Mechanics' Exchange are now opening a very large and well selected stook of IULL AND WINTER DRY GOODS , Which have b^en purchased on such terms as will enable thein to se)1 at LOWER PRICES than ever LADIES' DRESS GOODS In endless variety. Their stock of Silks, Merinoes Plain and Figured Detains, Pl.riilu. Grey Goods; inshor every description ot' Ladies' Wearis large. A supply©' FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS. Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers, Bonnet Velvets and Silks. JMOUBHIITG POOPS , &c. .HirS WEAfil ~ HEI'S f£Afl!i Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Tweeds and everything n the Staple and Fancy Goods Line: BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS ! Their stock is large and is selling at prices to suit tbe times. Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, &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 pric...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

Seasonable Dr;G owls! K. K. CAMPBELL, Having just received a large stock of good* from the Eastern cities, which he is determined to sell as low as any other establishment in Waynesburg, for cash or aood produce, consisting in goods ofthe following : DHT OOODS, Clothes, Uaaliueres, Buffalo, Cord, Shawls, Ticking Blankets, Flanne..-,Liudseys, Drilling, Canton Flannels, Check, Vuiier Shirts and Drawer*, Silks, Ginghams, Merinos, Aipackas, Cashmeres, Faramettoes, Cobourgs, of all colors, Delaines, and Plaids, Lavel:a, Cloths. Debages, Hosiery and Gloves of „ . „ all kinds Mohair Caps. Collars, Fringes, Silk and Tabby velvet, all kinds of Ribbons Sitk Ribbons, Cambrich, Swiss Mull, Jackonets, Figured and plain Muslin. And many other articles to tedious to mention in advertisement, 200 pieces of Calicoes, 200 pieces of Brown and Bleached muslins, Ladies Cloaks a beautiful article Ladies Skirts. ' BARS'^TARE, Mill and Cross cut Saws, Sulyards. Knives and Forks Table and tea Spoons, Door...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

Ijittskrjjjf Shcrtkmtids. OSLBAT INTJUOEMEBTTS! NEW FALL GOODS! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN Immense Stock of Silks, CLOAKS, DUSTEKS, DEESS GOODS, &c, &c. PRINTS , Of all the celebrated makes, from fH cents up. SHEETINGS AND SHIHTINGS, The most popular brands, which we retail at Whole. sale prices. Also, Flannels. Blankets, Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans, House-Keeping Goods, Hoop Skirts, arc. N. B. As we do a large wholesale business in connection with ourretail. weare able to sell Goods at RETAIL OI1EA PUR than any retail house in the city. I COME AND SEE, whether you want to buy or not. J. W. BARKER * CO. NO. 59 M ARK ET STREET, Oct. 9, 1861:3m. Pittsburgh, Pa. i . EC i 05 . % S I I 3 2 H W ? 3 *j a M 2 1 o 3 o W m o S - - a? g M 5 w I fl a I - g fl=3g3P,gfa a* Btloi^ S ° i S s ? ^ . ^ « ft i a ; « | o w g iftlS !"S tig I 1 * ¦So i§jg 5** tjggga w ¦ - a EH - n > 5 o i? u ^ „ *3a^ ffiS!^W-f «| W"^30H ^ « t A g . • J U H ft i. U Hi fi ~ 5 § u x g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

MANHOOD! HOW IiOST, HOW BEITMM0. Juit Published, in a Sealed Envelope t A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT ^ AND RADICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA' or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness, and Involuntary Emissions, producing impotent;. Consumption and Mental and Physical Debility. By ROBERT J. CULVEHWELL, M. D., The important fact that the awful consequences • self-abuse may be effectually removed without inter nal medicines or the dangerous applications oKausu s. instruments, medicHted bougies, and other imperlcal devises, i* here clearly demonstrated, and the erirely new an'd highly successful treatment, as adopts by the celebrated author hilly explained, by Kieans of which every one is enabled to cure himself perleclly, and at the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised nostrums of the day. This lecturs wiii prove a boon lo thousand and thousands. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ddreat; post paid, on the receipt of two postage stamps, by ad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

i j ^ ' psM WM*****. M*Wr+Z L O40M TOM. UM1, ! X. M. BURCHFIELD'S, I MARKET STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA JflW CALICOS, JfEIT GUTOHJIM8, MS. W BLE.j*OUtD MUt-LUfS, JfhZWPLAID FLANNELS, SATIJfETS, KENTUCKY JKAJfB, CASSIMERES. CLOTHS, i BED FLANNELS, YELLOW FLANNELS, 0RE1 > FLANNELS. In addition to the above. We are clos | ing out our entire stock at reduced prices for cash pal 1 money-. The stock will be found one of the beat anc fullest in the city. Sept. II, 1881—dm. -WAUL. FAFBB, WincloTr Wtriirt*>«¦», EVERY VARIETY—LOWEST PRICES. •TOHjf J. DEZ0UCHK, 1W WOOD STREET, CORNER 5TH.. PITTSBURGH, PA. Green and Buff Oil Cloth for Blind*. Cord, Tassels, and Curtain Trimmings of every description. Also, a fine assortment of Gilt Cornices. Sept. 11, 1861. THE PLACti FOR CITIZENS OF GREEN*: COUNTT TO GETTHR1B STATIOITBBT , Blank Books, Court Records, &c, IB AT W. O. Johnston «fc Co.'*, Steam Printing House, Blank Book Factory, and Stationery House, ii WOOD STREET, Sept. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 27 November 1861

CrRBBH B ©•tJHTWy m. rt the Orphan' * Court of said county, of March term, 186L, No. 1. In tbe matter of tbe partition of the real eitat* of Thomas Lucas, Sr., late of Cumberland township, ae-BflBfldi And aow, te-wit: September 18th, U6I, Sheriff Wrifbtaaake* return of Inquisition; same day Inquisition confirmed by the courts. •I And now, to-wit: September Mtb, I8AI, the (court grant a rule upon the heirs and legal representatives of the said deceased to appear on the first day of next term, to accept or refuse the •aid-real estate, at the valuation or bid for the same, or •how cause why the same shall not be sold, and to pay | be eedstof the partition. Ac. And also direct service to be made on th* heirs residing out of the county, by publication in the Waynesburg "Mtsssiigfi" (Spur weeks, the last publication to b* IS day* bcmjns the twarn of tbi< rule. By th* Court, D. A. WORLEY, Clerk' * Ofltee, Oct. 30,1861-41. clerk. Bxecators' Sale. T>Y virtue, and in pursuan...

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AFFECTING INCIDENT of EAILBOAD LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

AFFECTING INCIDENT of EAILBOAD LIFE. An old railroad conductor relates the following touching incident of his own life and the lives of the passengers saved —the return for little acts of kindness bestowed on the widow and the fatherless: "The western division of our road r uns through a very mountainous part of Virginia, and the stations are few and far between. About three miles from one of these stations the road runs through a deep gorge of the Blue Ridge, and ne3r the centre is a small valley, and there, hemmed in by the everlasting hills, stood a small one and a half story log cabin.— The few acres that surrounded it were well cultivated as a garden, and upon the fruits thereof lived a widow and her three children, by the name of Graff. They were, indeed, untutored in the cold charities of an outside world—I doubt much if they ever saw the sun Bhine beyond their own native hills. In the Summer time the children brought berries to the nearest station to sell, and with the...

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§titti faring [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

§titti faring THE EMPTY OEADLE. In the still and quiet ch«nber There's an empty cradle-bed. With a print upon the pillow Of a baby'B shining head. 'Tis a fair and dainty cradle ; D*wny, soft, the pillows white, But within the blankets folded Lies no little form to-night. Once the mother sat beside it, When the day was growing dim, And her pleasant voice was singing, Soft and low, a cradle hymn. Now there's no more need of singing, When the evening shadows creep, For the cradle-bed is empty. And the baby gone to sleep. Little head that used to nestle In the pillows white and soft; Little hands whose restless fingers . Folded there in dreams so oft; Lips we pressed with fondest kisses, Eyes we praised for purest ray, Underneath the church-yard daisies They have hid you all away. Ab, the empty, useless cradle 1 We will put it out of sight, Lest our hearts should grieve too sorely For the little one to-night, We will think how safe forever, In the better fold above, The young ch...

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I'M COMING HOME TO DIE, MOTHEB [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

I'M COMING HOME TO DIE, MOTHEB Unwelcome winds are sighing. Within this distant West, And wrapt in pain I'm lying With vision-broken rest. I often dream thy bosom Is pillowing mjF head, And wake to finaulusion Has gathered round my bed ; But starting from my dreaming, I check the rising sigh; For I'm coming home to die, Mother, Coming home to die. I long to see thee, mother, And kiss thy dear, old cheek. I feel there is no other With whom I wish to speak ) ^o heart has half such kindness, No voice such music's flow, Why did 1 in my blindness Cause you a moment's woe? I know you've mourned me often, Bat wipe the glistening eye, For I'm coming home to die, mother, Coming home to die. Tell father that I wish him To mark the spot for me, Where Lulu used to kiss him. And sing the Forest glee; 'Tis where the wild red roses Perfume the summer air—And when the life-scene closes, Lay roving Alland there ; O let tbe spot be lonely, And hid from passers by. For I'm coming home to die, mo...

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GENEEAL HcGLLELLAN [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

GENEEAL HcGLLELLAN GEORGE B. MCCX.EM.AN was born in Philadel p hia on the 3d of Dcr-ember, 1826, his father being an eminent physician of that. city. At the age of sixteen , or in 1842, he entered the West Point Academy, and in 1846, at the age of twenty, was graduated second in his class. On the 1st of July of that year he was brevetted second lieutenant of engineers.— B y an act of Congress passed during the May previous , a company of sappers, miners and pontoniers was added fo the engineer corps, and in this company MeClellan was commissioned. • Brevet Brigadier General Totten , Chief Engineer of the army commanded b y General Scott before Vera Cruz, speaks of McClellan' s genius and energy in that company in the hig hest terms. His e>?ertions in drilling the recruits who came into his company to be prepared for the arduous labors of the Mexican war , were indefatignble. "With the aid of but two other officers he succeeded co perfectl y in drilling the seventyone ra...

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A STEANGE BUT TRUE 8T0EY [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 11 December 1861

A STEANGE BUT TRUE 8T0EY A circumstance which fully ilrns« trates the saying that "truth is strati* ger than fiction, " recently came be« fore Judge Sharswood in the District Court. Had it not been for tbe legal question involved in the events to which we refer, they would have never, probably, had any publicity g iven them. Some time since there was a couple residing in this city, who were surrounded b y many bless* ings. The husband possessed a comfortable share of worldly goods, his wife and himself were fondl y attached to each other, and together they doated upon an only child.-* The first blow to their happiness wat in the loss of their little one who sickened and died, leaving its parents heart-broken. The death of the child fell like a shadow upon the household; the parents became unhappy, moodiness came in the train of their melanchol y, and absolute aversion for the society of each other followed. The soured and discontented pair finally determined upon a separatio...

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