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Not •amengihetaffering-wernaded ;
Not among the , peaceful dead ;
Not among the prisoners; "MISSING."
That was all the message said.
Yet his mother reads it over
Until, through her painful tears,
Fades the dear name she has called him
For these two-and-twenty years.
bind her all is peace and plenty ;
Bright and clean the yellow floor ;
While the morning glories cluster
All around the kitchen door•
Soberly, the sleek old house cat
Drowses in his patch of sun;
Neatly shines the oaken dresser;
All the morning's work is done
Through the windows come the fragrance
Of asunny harvest morn,
Fragment songs from distant reapers,
And the rustling of the corn.
And the rich breath of the garden,
Where the golden melons lie ;
Where the blushing plumbs are turning
All their red cheeks to the sky.
Sitting there within the sunshine,
Leaning in her easy chair,
With soft lines upon her forehead,
And the silver in her hair—
Blind to sunshine—dead to fragrance—
On the royal harvest morn ;
Thinking, while her heart is weeping,
Of her noble-browd first-born;
Bow he left her in the Spring time,
With his young hearte full of flame,
With;his-elear'and -ringing footstep,
Witchls lithe and suple frame;
How with tears his eyes were brimming,
As he kissed a last "Good-bye,"
Yet she heard him whistling gaily
As he went across the rye.
IVltssirra. Why should he be missing?
He would fight until he fell ;
And if. wounded, killed, or pris'ner,
Spine One there would be to tell.
litssmo. Still a hope to cheer her!
Safe, triumphant he may come,
With the victor army shouting,
With the clamor of the drum!
So through all the days of Autumn—
In the eve and in the morn—
She will hear his quickening footsteps
- 'nth* fustliug of the corn.
Often she will hush the household,
Whileher heart goes leaping high,
Thinking that she hears him whistling
In the pathway through the rye.
away, through all the Autumn,
In a lonely, lonely glade—
In the dreary desolation
That the Battle-Storm has made;
With the rust upon his musket—
In the eve and in the morn—
In the rank gloom of the fern leaves
Lies her noble-browed first-born.
Orphans' Court Sale.
Ikr pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of
Greene county, there will be sold on the pretniees,
on- Waturday, Dec. 7th, 1861, the following
described real property, late the estate of ISAAC
MORRIS, of Richhill township, deceased, to-wit: A
Tract of Land situate in Richhill township, Greene co.
adjoining lands of Jonathan Whims, John Foster,
Charles Scott and others, containing
More or less, about thirty-five of which are cleared,
and on which are erected a
Leg Cabin House, Log Barn, Stable, &c.
This is a desirable property, and is situated in a good
TBRIlls:-;-One half the pnrchase Money at the con
firmation of the sale, and the remaining half one year
hereafter, with interest from the confirmation.
WALTER L. BATSON,
OUN TY, ss
Daniel T. Ullman In the Common Please of said
vs. county, of June term, 1858, No.
Furguson, 39. vend. expo. to No. 24, Sep
a non resident, &c. tember term. 1861.
Property sold to Daniel T. Ullam, for the price or
suits of sixty dollars, (560.1
glitilk.lnd now, to-wit, September 18th, 1861, Sher
's deed acknowledged to Daniel T. Ullman
for the said lot of ground; and:Jacob J. Buff
-444th, Esq., appointed Auditor to distribute the funds
in the hands of the Sheriff. By the Court,
D. A. WORLEY', Prothonotary.
I win attend the duties of the above appointment at
the office of Purman /tr. Ritchie. on Saturday. the 16th
of November, 1861, when anti where all persons inter
ested can atttend. J. J. HUFFMAN, Auditor.
GREENE COUNTY, se
Stephen Ullery for use of the 't In Coin. Pleas of said
piecutors of Adam Weaver, I county of March
deceased, t term, 1858, N 0.73.
vs. ( Vend. Exp. to No. C.
B . B. Wrens, alias Henry i June term, IdGl.
PROPERTY sold to Adam Weaver for three thous
and, one hundred and fifty dollars, $3,150.
said And now, to-wit, Sept. 24, 1661, Sheriff's
eed acknowledged to Adam Weaver for the
Bald land, and .1. G. Rochie ' Esq., appointid
Auditor to distribute the funds in the hands of the
I will attend to the duties of the above appointment,
on Saturday, the 9th day of November, A. 1). 1861,
at the office of Pitman & Ritchie, in Waynesburg,
when apd where all persons interested can attend.
.1. G. RITCHIE, Auditor.
Oct. 9, 1861:31.
GREEN COUNTY, es.
In the Orphan's Court of said county, of September
term,lB6l, No. 23.
IntteanatWif thesettlement of the account of Sol-
Oaten Vtirdoil and Anna Pipes, formerly Anna Tuttle,
administrators of Isaiah Tuttle, deceased.
And now, to-wit; 'September 19, 1861. This
ount presented for confirmation and al
owance, and exceptions flied by Mr. Downey,
attorney for Jesse Hook, (see executions on the ac
count,) whereupon the court appoint Jacob J. Huffman,
TNU.., as Juditor to examine proof touching the ex
ceptions and make report. By the Court,
H. A. WORLEY, Clerk, 0. C.
I will =wattle the duties of the above apointment at
the office of , Pitman at Ritchie, on Tuesday, the sth
of November next, at which time and place all persons
interested can attend. J. J. HUFFMAN,
Oct. 9, 1961: Auditor.
ETTERS of Administration on the estate of mos.
L 4 SIMONTON, late of Morgan township, Greene
Minty, dec'd., having been granted by the Register of
Greene county, to the undersigned, she hereby requests
all persons baying claims against said estate to present
them dy authenticated for settlement, and those
indebted - to said estate are hereby required to come
forward and pay the same without delay.
pLaY ANN SIMONTON,
Oct._ 16, 1861:6t.
-- -- i Administrator's Notice
LET CHAS of Administration having been grained
to Dia •endersigned, upon the estate of DANIEL.
UCHN E II, late of illopongaltela township, deed.
Noikie is hereby given to all parsons indebted to
said Makin - to make immediate payment, and those
having dittinis against the same to present them duly
authenticated for settlem
. V. BOUGHNER,
A. V. BOUGHNER,
' 0 ..: "HOPE FOUNDRY]
Oct. 2,1861-6 t
THOMAS F/iULL'ir. SONS, at their Foundry on
Ari e Wiliseport. Pa., near the C. P. Church,
Minish Splines and Machinery for Saw
and Grist, taus, Oil Wells, Tanneries, dic. Fancy
Iron Hailing for yards, balconies, cemeteries, &c., sl
ways on hand Mraitado to order on short uptice. Plough
Cambia& and Castings of all kinds.
Sept. 11, 10.1-I.Y.
At the Warstestous Sottrider. oa Ciroolto sneer,
keep eetritailleSPAPOSsd Oooktag and Parlor Stoves,
Piega .... Ce, and Ottep all kinds.
• A., I da of
NEW FALL GOODS FOR 1861,
J. Bi. BracaITELDS,
mmui-wr sTisigr, • PITTSBURGH, PA.
NEW CALICOS, •
NE W BLEACHED MUSLINS,
NEW PLAID FLANNELS,
RED FLANNELS, YELLOW FLANNELS, GREY
FLANNELS. In addition to the above, we are clos
ing out our entire stock at reduced prices for cash par
money. The stock will be found one of the best and
fullest in the city.
Sept. 11, IS6I-6m.
EVERY VARIETY-LOWEST PRICES.
JOHN J. DEZOIICHE,
112 WOOD STREET, CORNER .STH.,
Green and Buff Oil Cloth for Blinds. Cord, Tassels,
and Curtain Trimmings of every description. Also, a
line assortment of Gilt Cornices.
Sept. 11, 1861.
THE PLAC LI;
FOR CITIZENS OF GREENE COUNTY
TO GET THEIR
Blank Books, Court Records, &c.,
WA a. Johnston dr. Co.'s,
Steam Printing House, Blank Book Factory, and Sta
tionery'House, 57 WOOD STREET.
Sept. 11. PITTSBURGH. PA.
Manufa !hirer of
MILITARY, PLAIN AND FANCY
And dealer in Gentlemen's Goods, Boys' Clothing, &c..
47 ST. CLAIR STREET, PITTSBURG 11, PA.
SILK, BUNTING, AND CHINTZ FLAGS of all
sizes, constantly on hand and wade to order.
April 24,1861—1 y.
LOUGHRIDGE & MAXWELL,
Brushes, Looking Glasses,
Cixilcirea3. 9 Is Coaohes,
And dealers in Variety and House -Furnishing (loads,
&c., 72 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Sept. 11, 1861.
IV)I. HITCAIMANN. DANIEL sill:PE. L. H. VOIOT.
L. H. VOIGT & CO.,
(Successors to L. G. Graff,)
247 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.,
Produce & Commission Merchants.
Receive and sell Flour, Grain, Butter, Cheese, Pork,
Bacon, Lard, Feathers, Eggs, Beans, Tallow, Grease,
Green Fruits, Dried Fruits, Potatoes, Brooms, Timo
thy, Clover, Flax and Grass Seed, arid Produce in gen
Purchase on orders at lowest market price, all kinds
of Pittsburgh Manufactured Goods, and every descrip
tion of merchadise. Ship your Produce and draw at
sight. Sept. 11, 1861-Iy.
IRON CITY COLLEGE.
Pays the entire cost for Tuition in the most popular
and successful Commercial School in the country. Up
wards of TWELVE HUNDRED youne men frOM TWENTY
EIGHT different States have been educated fut business
here n ithin the past three years, some of WllOlll have
been employed as Book Keepers at salaries of
$2,000 Per Annum,
Immediately upon graduating, who knew nothing °lac
counts when they entered the College.
ID — Ministe ;' sons half price. Students enter at
any time, and review when they please without extra
For Catalogue of 86 pages, Specimens of Prof. Cow
ley's Business and Ornamental Penmanship, and a
large engraving of the College, enclose twenty-five
cents in letter stamps to the Principals,
JENKINS & SMITH,
Sept. 1141861. Pittsburgh, Pa.
0. HAMMER.] [H 0. DAELER.
HAMMER & HAULER'S
No. ITS SMITHFIELD STREET,
Between 7th Street and Strawberry Alley,
Constantly on hand a large assortment ofelegant and
Fashionable FURNITURE, warranted to be of the bes
materials and workmanship. Prices low to snit thet
times. AB orders will be promptly attended to.
March 6, 1861—no 39-Iy.
M. WHITMORE S Gn0..1. DUFF,
C. 11. WOLFF. / THOS. 11. LANE.
Whitmore, Wolff, Duff & Co.
SIGN OF THE ANVIL.
Importers and Dealers in
AL 11. BRE,
NO. 50 WOOD ST., 3 Doors above Si. Charles Hotel,
Sept. 11, IS%—ly. PITTSBURGH, PA.
WM. E. DE BARENNE,
tt9 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer of
HATS AND CAPS,
And dealer in Children's Hats and Caps, and Straw
Goods. Military Caps made to order.
Sept. 11,1861—1 y.
B. F. SHOPE,
NO. 75 SMITHFIELD STREET,
Sept. 11, 1801-Iy.
J. D. FACKINER. JNO. M. IRWIN.
FACKINER & IRWIN,
Manufacturers of every description of
NO. 103 SMITHFIELD STREET.
A full assortment of Pittsburgh Manufactured Fur
liture constantly on hand, which we will sell at the
lowest price FOR CASH, which is our only terms.
Sept. 11, 1801—ly.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Hats and Caps, and Straw Goods,
NO. 171, COR. WOOD AND SIXTH STS.,
Also, Carpet Bags and-Umbrellas. Goods at lowest
Cash Prices. • Sept. 11,1861-Iy.
J. J. GILLESPIE,
For the trade, Oval, Pier and Mantle Glasses; Gilt
and Rosewood Mouldings, Looking Glass Plates, &c.,
NO. 66 WOOD STREET, next door to Citizens'
Bank, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Sept. 11, 1861-Iy.
W. W. YOUNG,
(Successor to Cartwright & Young,)
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
OIL TOOLS, CUTLERY,
Surgical and Dental Instruments,
GUNS, PISTOLS, &P.,
9; WOAD STREET, COR. OF DIAMOND ALLEY,
Particular attention paid to putting up Lightning
Rods, and to Manufacturing Trusses, Supporters, etc.
Jobbing and Repairing with punctuality and dispatch.
Sept. 11, Itral—nnt.
P. REYMER. J. S. REYMER. IL H . REYMER
(Late at Miller & Ricketsen's.)
REYMER & BROTHERS,
(Successors to Reymer & Anderson.)
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Nuts, Confectionery, Sugars, Fire Works, &c.,
Noe. 126 and 128 WOOD STREET, above Fifth,
Late No. 39 Wood Street, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Sept. 11, 1861--41 tn.
JOHN P. SCOTT,
Wholesale Dealer in
DRUGS, OILS, VARNISHES,
PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS, &c.,
NO. 296 LIBERTY STREET, between 7th and Smith
field Streets, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Sot. 11, 1861—ly.
J. C. KIRKPATRICK &
Manufacturers, and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Lamps, Carbon and Lubricating Oils;
72 THIRD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Always on hand a full Stock of Oil Lamps, Chandeliers,
Shades, Wicks, 4c. Sept. 11, 1861-Iy.
THQS. C. LAXEAR,
ATTO/ILinnr AT ZAW,
NO. 83 GRANT MT EM%
• T. BOWL
PITTSBURGH STEAM RSFINED
CANDY IN ANUFACTORY,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Nuts, Pickles,
187 LIBERTY STREET,
Raving a large connection with importing boils, s,
East, lain 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 else
I am ;low receiving s new crop of Oranges, Lemons,
Figs, Dates, Raisins, Primes, Plums, Currants and
everp description of Nuts Also, Fresh Peaches in
Cans of a superior quality, Pickles, Preserves, Olive,
Oils, Catnaps, &c.
Common Fancy and Crystalized Candies, manufac
tured from the best of materials, and will be sold at the
lowest prices. 1 would call special attention to tnY
Cough Candy. It is not surpassed in the Country for
the cure of toll glis and Colds. TRY IT.
February 27, 18til—no 38.
C. YEAGER & CO,
No. Ito Market Street,
PITTSBURGH, P.. 1.
HAVE now opened a large and well
selected stock of
N D KINCY GOODS,
Which they will sell as tow as any Eastern
House. A call and examination of the same is
March 1, 1861—no .10-Iy.
H. W. MAIR [JOHN 8. DAVISON .
MAIR R. DAVISON,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Saddlery, Carriage & Trunk
.11 D WIRE AND TRJM.WINGS,
121 WOOD STREET,
March 6, 1561—n0 39-Iy.
WM. P. BECK.' PAS. B. LAZFAR.
BEd dr. LAZEAR,
115 LIBERTY STR EET,
Wholesal Grocers and Dealers in
OR D ERS for Groceries, P4tsburgb Manufactures,
Flour, Grain. &e.. tilled at usual terms.
CONSIGNMENTS of Produce solicited.
February• 13, It4til—no 3G.
R. R. BULGER,
Manufacturer of every description of
NO. 45 SMITHFIELD STREET,
A full assortintrit of
PITTSBURGH MANUFACTURED FURNITURE
Constantly on hand, which I will zell at the lowest
price's for cash.
Angr.2l, 1661—1 y.
Bankers and Exchange Brokers,
CORNER OF WOOD AND PIFT/IST.,
Refer to the Ranks and Bankers of this City, and to
Messrs. Winslow, Lanier & Co., New York City.
Special attention given to the negotiation of rom
inercial Paper, Loans, &c. Stocks and Securities of
every description, bought anc sold on Commission.—
Collections made on all parts of the United States; and
uncurrent Funds taken at the lowest rates.
Wesolicit the correspondence of Ban and Bankers,
and can offer favorably terms to parties who tnay open
accounts with us.
Aug 21, 1861-1 y
J. B. HILL,
Planing Mill and Lumber Yard,
Office, No. 953 Penn sreet,
Ninth Ward, opposite Penn'a H. li. outer Depot.
Mill e Cor. ofMorris St. & Mulberry Alley
1 2 IrrrrM3EITMELG-3EI.
ALL KINDS OF
Lumber, Fluorine , & Weather Boarding r.4
FURNISHED TO ORDER.
117" Orders; will receive attention if lilt at the office
of Beck & Lazear.
April 24, 1861—iy.
Fish, Pig Lead, Spelter and Produce
No. 25 WOOD STREET,
Agent for Gothie Chimney Tops, Stone Water Pipes,
St: Louis Fire (Atty.
March 0, 1861—no 39-Iy. •
No. 38 and 40 Sihithfield St. ,
THE undersigned are constantly mapufacturing and
selling at reduced prices, every deseri piton of
Dining • R oo m,
Warranted to be of the best material and workmanship.
Furniture for shipping. Customers can rely on having
goods purchased from this establishment, securely and
properly packed tor transportation.
Steamboats supplied as usual with promptness, and
on liberal terms.
T. B. YOUNG & CO.
March 27, 1861 42—IY•
J. & H. PHILLIPS ,
Nos and 28 St. Clair Street,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, TRANSPARENT, GREEN
OIL CLOTHS, FURNITURE OIL CLOTHS,
WINDOW SHADES; TABLE OIL
CLOTHS, CARRIAGE CLOTHS.
-Vs°, dealers in Leather Belting, Lace Leath
Indiau Rubber Belting, Hose Steam
Packing, Tubing, Wheat Drills
Tubes, Clothing, and all other
articles made of Indian
Rubber, 4-c., 4-c.
Wholesale and retail buyers will find ourstock large
well selected, and at the lowest prices.
April 24, IS6l—ly.
ENTERPRISE WORKS I
DOWN & TETLEY,
No. 36. Wood Street,
IMPROVED BORING TOOLS,
SINKING OIL SALT AND OTHER WELLS
ORDERS SOLICITED Si' PROMPTLY FILLED.
ATIDSAND DIALERS IN
Aril M Itm
R. PATRICK & CO.,
HENRY H. COLLINS,
= Barrel Shot Guns
MOS i GM MASERS MATERIALS
Z W. PHELAN
NEW CABINET SHOP.
PUBLIC attention is Lalled to the new Cabinet Ware
i / room, one door east of Minor's Store, where all
I kinds of Cabinet Furniture will be furnished to order in
the most improved'style, and on the most reasonable
terms. Bureaus. Book-Cases, Cupboords, Bedsteads,
Tables, Stands, &e. Also
Will be put up with the gieatest possible dispatch and
at the very cheapest rates.
ATEN & PHELAN.
Waynesburg, May 8, 1861.
J. TAYLOR & CO.,
ilavinz opened a Wholesale and Retail Li
quor Store in the Basement of the - HAMILTON
HOUSE," Waynesburg, Pa., would inform their friends
and the public generally, that they are prepared to ac
commodate them with the best of
• • . .
Brandies, Wines, Gin, Rum,
Pure, copper-distilled Rye ‘Vhiskey, &c., on the most
reasonable terms for cash, or good grain, such as wheat,
rye, corn. Ina?. &C. 0111111CtiotlarieS and Oysters always
on hand. Give them a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Waynesburg, Pa., -lune 185.9, ma
MARBLE AND STONE WORKS.
SAYERS & RINEII t.RT,
Practical Marble & Stone Cutters,
immediately East of the Court House, Main stree
wHERE they have, and keep on hand a
r large and extensive assortment of tine
t and ornamental
such as monuments, tombs, tablets and
grave stones, of every variety and style.—
=IL, Particular attention paid to caning, which
will be done by as gout/ workmen as can he
found anywhere m the business; as mie of the firm has
seen practically engaged in the . business for ;wentydive
years, and the other eighteen years. They dotter them
selves they cannot he surpassed in point of skill and
taste by any in the west. Persons wishing anything in
our line can have it furnished to any place desired at
lower rates than any other establishment In the country.
Persons can save 20 per cent by purchasing of us.
All kinds of building work done in either marble or
stone. SAYERS & RINEHART.
Waynesburg, May 20, 1857—1i0.2
Waynesburg, Greene County Pa.
S. HaRTZELL, Proprietor.
TILE subscriber respectfully informs his friend
that he has taken this well known !Louse
Where lii is prepared to accommodate travellers and
others, with goodand subsiantial meat, drink, &c. lie
will spare no pains or attention in rendering his guests
comfortable and happy Miring their sojourn with 11Un,
not forgetting to give dire attention to their horses and
April 10,—No 44—tf
Waynesburg, Greene County, Penn'a.
1 1-1 E undersigned respectintly announ
l- ces to his customers and to his friends, to
strangers, and to the public generally, that he has rented
and is now the proprietor of the Hamilton House, here
tofore an excellent :mil popular lintel, and that he will
spare neither pains nwr expense to render entire ' , at isfat
inn tot Lose who 'nay layer him with their patron:it;
April '27, 1n59. JACOB LEMILE
JAMES GANIER & CO.,
1,V4 old respectfully inform their friends and the nu
lie tiny they have outs uu hand a plod assortment
ad kinds of
such as is usually kept in shops in this part of the roue
try, made of the hest materials, and by the hest work
I_U — They still keep a Hearse, and are, at all tims,
prepared to attend promptly to funerals, either in ',own
or country, . _
Waynesburg, January 24, ISN—ly
The Waynesburg Steam Crist Mill, having been
stopped a 111011th fur repairs, is now in operation. We
are also happy in bring able to :11111 , 111111, that we have
made arrangements with Mr. Rogers, Esq., of Rogers
ville, to assist in griniling. Mr. Rogers is well known
to 111, 11111!iii . 111111i'l i iii ill ill the County, and he
will liereauer superirileini the grilidittiZ.
Best quality of Flour. eleaf and Feed kept for *ate
cheaper than can he had else, here in 1,1011.
NVe e^:peel 1,1 have the Cardin_ Mtvhille in opera
tion in two or inn,: weeks, lut.Vittg ra,tea to get ready
as 1,11,,, owing to a thiSappoitaltielit in
gelling SOM., new cards, belts, etr
Aug 11, V4lll
01 - ATCHES & JEIELRY.
S. M. BAILEY,
Alain Street, one door East of the Oa Bank
The public are respectfully informed that I have re
plenished my stock, and ant now prepared to furnish,
at the lowest retail prices.
Gold and Silver Watches,
of all styles and qualities, including the lamed Anteri
can mankfact tired Watches; also, all descriptions of Or—
naznental Jewelry, such as
'..liedalions, Bracelets, Gold Chains, Breast-
Pins, Ear Drops, Ear Rings, Fin
ger Rings, Gold Pens,
Gold and Silver,
And everything. in the line—and lif qualities and prices
to snit the most fastidittus purchaser.
Repairing of Clocks, Watches, lewelry, &c., still
promptly attended to, and all work repaired by him will
be warranted to perform satiA'actorily flit one year. Ife
respectfully solicits a continuance of public patronage.
Waynesburg, June 13 Latin-Iy.
S. S. PATTON,
MAIN STREET, WAYNESBURG, PA. All work
warranted unexcelled either in natural appearance,
durability, or neatness of workmanship. Work insured
from one to mn years. and CHARGES MODERATE.
April 21, 1558—n049.
NOW IS YOUR TIME FOR PIC
"Secure the shadow ere the substance fades."
The undersigned having purchased the Photograph
ing Fotablishinent of Jeremiah Schroy, including his
whole apparatus and fixtures, weuld respectfully inform
be citizens of Waynesburg and surrounding country
that he is prepared to take pictures of every style, from
the smallest to the largest size. 1). lIASS.
Waynesburg, Jan Is, 1860—n0.33!
DR. S. DODD.
Respectfully begs to inform his patrons and the public
in general that he may be consulted gratuitiously on all
diseases and operations incidental to the brute creation.
Fee moderate, and in Chronic cases a contract of no
cure no pay will be made if desired. -
Residence at Morrisvite, one mile Eastof Waynes
burg, Greene Co., Pa.
N. B.—Orders left at the Greene House, in Waynes
burg, win be promptly attended to.
April 17—no 45
Respectfully informs the public that he has located in
Waynesburg, Pa., where he 'mends to manufacture
Carriages of Every Description.
From his experience in the business, he feels confi
dent his wsrk will give entire satisfaction. He will use
no low priced material, hi any part of his work, and will
nut employ any but superior workman.
All new work will he
Warranted for One Year.
Shopon Greene treet, one square South of the Court
Waynesburg, Jan. 2.5, !tne—no 34,
LOOK AT THIS.
The undersigned would respec.tfully e intorra the Pub
lic that he is now prepared and manu acturing
uch as BUREAUS, TABLES, BEDSTEADS and
every thing in that line. lie also wishes it understood
that he keeps a Hearse and makes coffins, and is pre
pared to attend calls in town or country, at any hour.
Waynesburg, Oct. 26, 1552.
THE undersigned administrator of the estate of
Philip Rogers, dec'd, in pursuance of an order of
the Orphan's Court of Greene county, Pa., will sell ht
public sale, on the premises, on the Reth day of
November next, a piece or parcel of land, situ
ate in Wayne township, adjoining lands of D. A.
Worley, Alexander Yager. and others, containing
about POUR ACRES. The improvements are a CAB
IN HOUSE, a Young Orchard, and about two acres
cleared. Terms made known on day of sale.
N. J. ROGERS, Administrator.
Oct. 2,1261-4 t
R. K. CAMPBELL, ! IN
Having just received a large stock of goods from the N_Elk - FALL GOODSI
Eastern cities, which he is determined to sell as low as •
any other establishment in Waynesburg, for cash or WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
aood produce, consisting in goods of the following:
CRYC4-CPC:OXIIIE3, Immense Stock of Silks
Clothes, Casitneres, Buffalo, Cord, Shawls, Ticking . /
Blankets, Flanne.,, Lindseys, CLOAKS.
Drilling, Canton Flannels, Check, DUSTERS,
Under Shirts and Drawers, Silks,
Ginghams, Merinos, Alpackas, I DRESS GOODS. &e.. &C.
Cobourgs, of all colors, P R. X IV a' 113 ,
Delaines ' and Plaids, Of all the eelebrat eil makes, from 64- cents up.
LaveCa, Cloths, t SHEETING'S AND SHIRTINGS,
Hosiery and The most popular brand., which we retail at Whole
Gloves of sale prices. Also,
Mohair Caps. Co llar., Fringes
Silk and Tabby velvet,
all kinds of Ribbons
Silk Ribbons, Canibriek,
And many other artides to tedious to mention in
advertisement, 200 pieces of Calicoes, 200 pieces
of 6TOWII and Bleached muslins, Ladies Cloaks, a beau
tiful article Ladies Skirts.
Mill and Cross cut Saws. Stilyards, Knives and Forks
Table and tea Spoons, Door Locks, Pad Locks, Fail
cots, Butt Hinges, of all sizes, Screws of all sizes, Sprigs
and Shoe nails, Sash Fastners, Shears and Scissors,
Capbard and Chest locks. Meat Saws, Sausage Chop
pers. and Staffers, Cast and Shear steel Trowels, Coffee
Mills, and Augurs, Wrought and cast Nails, Shovels
Stone, Liverpool. and
in Sets or by the
piece, Glass ware
and Glass Lanip,3
Sagar, Tea, Col Te. Spice, Pepper, Ginger, Cinamonn
Cloves- and N TithalTO, Rice, Spanish add Com
mon Segars, Ropes and Bedcords.
Woonks WARE—Tubs and Buckets
Coats, Pants and Vests, Caps and Bonnets. The hest
and cheapest Stock of Boots and Shoes in Waynes
liurg, ladies. Genthotoins, Misses and Childrens.
Prandreth's Pills, Perry Davis' Pain Killer, Neria! and
Bone Liniment, Opedildock, Castor and Sweet Oil, God
fry's Cordial, Bateinan's Drope Essonce Cinnamon,
Frets Vitniirtige and Coui;ili Syrup, Woods flair Re
storative, Richardsons Sherry wine Bitters, Allcoks
The above will be sold low fir all kinds grain. Feat!)
ers, Rutter. Dried Apples, lard, Pork, Bacon, Linn en
and Flannels.— Flour and Salt by the barrels.
Nov. 30, tin2o.
HAS just received from the Eastel a Cnies a large
Atock ut SeiLSOICLbIe goods, among which nets' he
Cloths aid Cassimeres,
Fresh Family Groceries,
Fish, Sait, Hardware,
Queensware, Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes, dec.,
'l, gether with a variety of NoToiNs. tioatiniers and
the pnhlie generally are incited to eallai‘d examine his
a,,ioriient of Goods. Sold cheap for cash. or eiiitiory
Way neshurir. April 17—no -15.
WAR! "WAR! WAR!
New Grocery & Provision
@Nig "AC` &PIER •
HAs the pleasure , iifanitienivitie to his old customers
and friends, that he has relined t
Led with Store boom,
.Opposite the nom House, and is prepared to carry an a
GROCERY & PRODUCE, BUSINES:4.
Ile is determined to exert his hest efforts to m e et th e
want: of the community. and hopes by careful atten
tion to business to merit public fitvor. lie trill keep on
hand constantly a stock 0 superior
goectiswarr, Hardware, Contectionarins, Notions. &C
l'lcase call and exantine filly !Air:Alves. to
ken in exchange for goods. D. OW EN S.
:Slay e, 'l3l—tf.
NEW GROCE RY.
Two doors East of "Messenger" nal/dings
Maln Street, IVaynesburg, Pa.
RESPECTFULLY announces to his
triends and the public generally, that he has
oat opened un entirely new stock of
.Jr a superior quality, selected with an eye to the wants
of the community. Ile dialers himself that his stock
is all prime and fresh, bought at low prices, and will lie
sold accordingly. lie keeps every article pertaining to
an establishment ot this kind, ond hopes to merit a
share of the patronage. Ills stock is comprised in part
Id ' the tiillewina:
Teas, Coffees, N. 0., Crnshe I and Pulverized Sugars
Molasses, Starch, Soda, Cream Tartar, salt, Pepper,
Candles. Crackers, Si lapS, Tobacco. Also, a superior
variety of Cigars, and all other articles uettally kept
ill a Grocery.
Ills Confertionary Department is rupplied with a va
riety of Candles, Cakes, Raisins, Drops, Chocolate, Fur
eigu and Dotnestie Fruits. Also, a variety of
Which will be sold as Low as they cat) be had at any oth
er establishment in town.
Country produce taken in exchange for gllOll9,
Nice him a call, at the new store room, near the
Messenger publication room.
May 18, 1859; n 0.50.
BYERS AID EKES' LAM.
THE undersigned respectfully informs the generous
Public, that having the contract for the carrying of the
mail between the ove points, he has placed upon the
route two new and commodious Hacks for the ac
commodation of the travullng community, One will
leave the Hamilton House, Waynesburg, every morn
'iSundays excepted, at 74 o'clock, and will arrive
at Ricee' Landing in time for the Boat to Pittsburgh,
the other will leave Rices' Landing at the same time
and arrive in Waynesburg at noon. No pains will be
spared fur the accommodation of passengers,
TIMOTHY 808 OBER, Proprietor.
August 7th, 1861. no. 9.
WAYNESBURG TO RICES' LANDING.
THE undersigned begs leave to inform the public, that
his line of Hacks will leave the Greene House in Way
nesburg, every morning at 7 o'clock, arrive at Rices' Lan
ding in time to connect with the Boats leavingthat place
for Pittsburgh. All persons wishing a commodious con
vcyance between those points will find it to their advan
tage to give hint their patronage
ij'His terms are moderate
December 19, 1860—no 28.
HUGHES & OLIVER,
Geoee , v, Forwarding and
Rices' Landing, Greene Go., .'a.
Are prepared with the largest and best Grocery and
Forwarding Rooms in the pltce, for all goods on Coo
signinen /, and also
on the bank of the river, convenient for boats to land,
for storing all kinds of produce, for shipment to Pitts
burgh, or tne Eastern cities, on the moat reasonable
They hope by strict attention and long experienee, in
business, to receive a liberal share of patronage.
In addition to the above, they will keep on hand a
goon assortment of
from the head of market, at wholesale prices, to actin m
modate all who will favor them with their patronage.
April 11, 1860.
8. tit 3. 11111DOVITIGII 4
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
RICES' L.RNDING, .P./1
The above gentlemen give notice to the public, that travelling public, that he has taken charge of the Nation
by' the death of a former partner, the late firms of Stro-
at House, and is amply prepared to accommodate all who
snider & Sedgewicks, and Sedgewicks A. Co., have : may favor him with a call. ROBT. REYNOLDS,
been dissolved, and the business connected therewith Jefferson, Greene county, Pa., April 28, 'sB—noso
must be settled who them; and hereafter the above
business will be continued and promptly attended to
by the above firm. Also: Leather, Shoe Findings, asc,
as well as a good assortment of Mill saws will be kept
on hand. All up Commission must be paid before
the goods ape removed.
March 6, 1661—n0 34-011;
RUNNING REGULARLY BETWEEN
edS , laler
House. Keeping Goods,
Hoop Skirts, &c
N. R. As we do a large wholesale business in con
section with Our retail, we are able to sell Goods at RE
TAIL CHEA I'ER than any retail house in the city.
COME AND SEE, whether you want to hay or not
J. W. RARKER & Co.
NO. 59 MARKET STREET,
Oct. 9, 1;161:3ni. Pittsburgh, Pa.
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DR. F. BARDEEN,
Eclectic Physician & Oculist,
OFFICE, NO. 06 STATE STitrE r,
1101 IL I'EE, N ,
And Nn. 2 Girard Building, Corner Rmitll field and
'Chin( streets, PII"r-Aliu non, VA.
Certificate from the Mayor or Rochestei
ROCHESTER. N. V., July 29, Nil
To WilOM it may Concern: Dr. fiardeeo, the hearer
or his, ha, ht en for srv,ral years in very successful
practice in this city. and has performed many very
wonderful cures in his peculiar way.
Persons with Scroftillis afFeciion9, will be
amply repaid by giving him atrial .
FI.I)t4CR k NTON,
Ex-Mayor of tlie City of Roctiest.iir
DR. BARDEEN, having obtained a very successful
practice in the above named City, eniltracing
many 'very impintant cases from meat parts of the
United Sin:, and Citnaffa. would respectfull - v tender
his PriitlissUf dial Services to the people of Pittsburgh
and vicinity , ( . 011( . 1i - tellt in his ability to restore to health,
all those who may he afflictod with the following di
Ady Diseases of the Eyes,
Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Tetter,
Kings Evil, White Swelling, Milk Leg, Drop
sy, Goiter, or Swelled Neck, Catarrh, Bronchi
tis, Lime, Liver and Kidney Disease, Dyspep
sia. Habitual Costiveness and Piles, a Ish,
maleand Seminal Weakness, Neura Igia. Chron
ic ard Inflammatory filieurnatistn, Nervous
and General Debility, and treat successfully
any Complaint that the Human Family is heir
Coming among you a stranger, Dr. Bardeen is de
sirons ettectinz cures worthy of your notice and
his celebrity as ashillrul physician.
Dr. Bardeen was himself a great sutrerer from Semi-
Ilia, during thirty years of ihe early part of his life,
and has lost one of his legs front that ("WISP. IC was
during this great affliction that he made the discover)
by which he dually cured himself it, six weeks.
All poisons attiated are invited to call at Dr. Bar
deeti'‘ office, where they will be . faithfully and kindly
Ili: limd-ten will send liledicino by Express, to ail
parts M . the United States or Canada, on receiving an
order !or the same, with a toll and accurate description
of the Complaint, the General Constitution, Age, Oc
cupation, Former Habits, and every particular relating
to tile general health of the patient.
All letters addressed to Dr. F. Bardeen. No. lOtittate
street, Rochester, New York, or to No. 2 Girard Mind
ing, Pit iskurgh, Pa., will be promptly attendee' to , .
Oct. 9, iSth.
THE NEW REMEDY FOR
During the past year we have introduced to the n?
tice of the medical profession of this country the Pur
Crystati:ed Chloride of Prorylawine, as a
REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM;
and having received from many source., both from
physictans of the highest standing and from patients,
Flattering Testimonials of its real value
in the treatment of this painful and obstinate disease,
we arc induced to present it to the public in a form
READY FOR IMMEDIATE USE, which' we hope
will commend itself to those who are suffering, with
this afflicting complaint, and to the n.edical practition
er who may feel disposed to test the powers of this
ELIXIR PROPVLAMINE, in the form above spo
ken of, has recently been extensively experimented
with in the
and with MARKED SUCCESS as will appear from
the published accounts in the medical journals.)
117 It is carefully put up ready fur imediate use,
with full directions, and can be obtained from all the
druggists at 75 cents per bottle, and at whulesolee u
BULLOCK & CRENSAAW,
Druggists and Manufacturing Chemists
June 26,1361-1 yr.
GREAT CURE !
ANTI RHEUMATIC BAND
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia,
AND A SURE CURE FOR
It is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a
medicated compound, to be worn around the Waist,
without injury to the most delicate persons, no change
in habits of living is required, and it entirely removes
the disease from the system, without producing the in
effects arising from the use of powerful internal
medicines which weaken and destroy the constitution,
and give temporary relief only. By this treatment, the
medical properties contained in the Band, conic in
contact with the blood and reaches the disease, through
the pores of the skin, effecting in every instance a per
fect cure, and r esteres the parts afflicted to a healthy
condition. This Band is also a most powerful ANTI
MERCURRL agent, and will entirely relieve the system
from the pernicious effects of Mercury. Moderate
eases are cured in a few days, a/141 we are COnstantly
receiving testimonials of its efficacy in aggravated
cases of long standing.
PRICE $2 00, to be had of Druggists generally, or
can be sent by mail or express, with full directions
for use, to any part of the country direct from the
NO. 409 BROADWAY New York
G. SMITH St CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. B.—Descriptive Circulars Sent Free.
117 - Agents Wanted Everywhere.,.Ca
Sold by WM, A. PORTER, Waynesburg, Pa.
June 16, 1861, M. & P.l yr,
W Pr TIN I;
ROBERT REYNOLDS, Proprietor,
' Jefferson, Greene County, Pa.
The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the
JEFFERSON, GREENE COUNTY, TA
1 Sept. 11, 111614419.
ASTANDARD MEDICINE for the speedy, radical
and effectual cure of all diseases arising from
This medicine has wrought the most miraculous cures
in desperate cases of
Pimples on the Face,
Old stubborn Ulcers,
and all Diseases originating in an ltnput• state of th•
THE ABOVE IS A PORTRAIT OF DAVID M'CREAAV.
Sworn statement of David M'Crearv, of Napier :p
lit April, Issii, as near as I can remember, a email
pinilde made its appearance on my upper hp, which
soon her:tine enlarged and sore. I used poultices of
sorrel. and a wash of blue vitriol, without effect.—
, Finding the sore extending, I called on Dr. Ely, of
SCIIPIls111111.!, who pronounced it CANCER, and pre
' scribed a wash of sugar of lead and bread poultices.
Finding these remedies of no avail, I called upon Dr.
Shaffer. of Davidsville, Somerset county, who also
pronounced the disease Cancer, and gave me internal
and external remeilies—the latter consisting principally
of caustic; but all to no purpose as the disease con..
filmed spreadm g toward the nos, I nest used a prep
aration ot arsenic. in the form of salve. This for a
time checked the disease, hut the intlamation soon in
t-Teased. I called upon Dr. Statler, of St. elairsville,
Bedford county. Wilt/also pronounced the disease Can
cer, and applied a salve said In he a never failing rem
edy, hut it hail no etre, t whatever in checking the
spread of the sore. In December in the same year, the
disease had eaten a 3 a gieatei part of my upper lip
and had :harked the nose, wlmo I went to Cincinnati
w here I consulted Prof It, S. Newton, of the Eclectic
Medial College. Ile pronounced the disease "a cu.
mucous ram el., superinduced by an inordinate use of
. cury." Ile applied mild zinc ointment, anti gave
sae internal remedies. My face healed up, but the in-
Us hot ilmi mighty renio.. ed. Its February,
1 , 57, he pronounced me cutcd, and I left for home. In
April the thsease again reliirned, and so violent Wag
the path that I count not rest at night. Late in May I
iettil tied to Cincinnati, and again placed myself under
the charge of Dr. Newton, with WllOlll I remained un
til September, during which time he used every known
remedy, and partly succeeded in checking the disease,
hitt when 1 redlined home there were still three die
cliargiita illeers upon my face. I continued usiegfiew
ton's preparations, and also medicine that I got frprn
Dr. Ely. but the Cancer continued growing until it had
Ea, elf the let side of my nose, the greater portion of
my left cheek. aad had attacked my left eye. I had given
tip all hope of ever heieg cured, since Dr. Ely said he
could rally give relief. but that a cure was impossible.
In March, 1,55. I bought a bottle of "Blood Searcher:"
but I Inustonifess that I had no faith in it. 1 was very
weak when I commenced taking it; but I found that I
gained strenalh day by day, and also that the ulcers
commenced drying up. I continued, and when the
third lioith• was taken, my fare was healed as if by a
toi.aele. I used the fourth bottle, and I have bests
althior since than I have been for the last seven years.
Although my thee is sadly disfigured, I am still grateful
to a benign Providence who has spared my life, and
wiiirli has been done through the „instrumentality Of
LIN ESE% 'S IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER.
• DAVID M'CREARY.
Sworn and sitl , crihed, this 31st day of August, A.
I) 1x3,, before um, one of the justices of the peace in,
and for tile borough of Hollida)sliurg, Blair county,
Pa. JOHN GOBLET, J. P.
Witness—U. J. Jon Es
refer to the r ase of Nanry Bleakney, of
Eldertori. Aliosttong county. Pa., cured of Scrofula
after being unable to get out of bed for three years.
To ;11, rase 01 a lady iu Ansonville, Clearfield coun
ty, wh,, ahis, afflicted with Scrofula in its worst
I ase of G,,,rga Meisel, renitlilig in 'Carroll=
taw ! , catuatta county, Pen ns)lvania, who wax nn
1,,,,1ty wtth er that it ate hie entire nose
otl, and his was woise, if possible, than Mo•
The particu ars cf these cases—every one of which ,
was cured by the use of the "BloodSearcher"—may
also be found ui a circular to be had of any of th•
A H,,p Song LEO Crnen —Pitlshurik, September
1561-1 hereby certify that I have had a sore leg for
over a year. It was covered with ulcers and sores so
that I could not work for nearly a year. My leg swell
ed so th a t I was unable to do anything for a long time,
for at Mast six months. I tried several of the best dor
tots in the city, but without any benefit; finally I called
on Dr. Keyser, at No 140 Wood street who only at
tended me about two weeks, and gave me but two bot
tles of medicine, and I am entirely welt, and have con
tinued well for six months. lam employed at the
Eagle Engine Mouse on Fourth street, where any one
can ste me. TYtOM•a FARRIILL
REAP THIS CURE.—I Was afflicted with 8 horrid di
sease iu my feet and ankles, so much so that for six
weeks I was confined to my bed, and at other times to
toy chair, where I was compelled to sit for weeks.
was in the care of both our eminent physicians for a
long time, but they could do nothing to effect a cure or
ease my pain. My feet and legs became very much
swollen, and having heard of your Blood Searcher
(although I had very little faith in it), I was induced by
Messrs. Alexander & Son, agents at this place, to try
it. I had not used one !mule be tore I began to rind
immediate relief. I tried another. and am now able
to walk about without enriches. I have tried other
patent medicines, but received no benefit. I take
pleasure in recommending your Blood Searcher above
all others, to those who may be afflicted as! have been.
Yours, truly, PETIte RlBlllill.
A ret.to, Armstrong Co., Pa., Dec. 12, Mg.
We, the undersigned citizens of Apollo, being ac.
quainted with the facts in the above statement, testify
to their correctness.
GUNITA CURED.—A letter from England, Mr.
JOHN POPE, of Blaenovon, near Pontypool.
Monmouthshire, England, lames as follows:
BLAENOVON, Aug, MI.
Stn;—An old woman in thin place has wished me to
write you respecting LINDSEY'S BLOOD SEARCH
ER, from which she found great benefit and wishes to
have a little inure. She has been suffering from a
disease of a cutaneous nature for the last six or seven
years. Her daughter, who is living in America, oh.
mined it tor her, and sent her eighteen bottles. She is
now quite out of it, and I have written to her daugh
ter twice and have received no answer; of course she
is anxious to get more, to ~ fet completely cured. I told
her I would write to you for the agency in this country.
and she felt very much pleas,d w hear the say so. I
now beg to ask you on what teims you will supply me;
you will please bear in mind the carriage, and supply
me as cheap as possible. The carriage on the one dozen
bottles was XI ds 6d. The medicine was a present from
her (laughter. I would like to have the Blood Search
er in ajar or small cask, if you can send it in that way,
or in pint or quart bottles. I w ill send a bill through
bank or registered letter, which ever will be most con
venient to you, if you will send me carrier'■ receipt of
the parcel as security. I would send you a stamp to
answer this, but as it is uncertain of this reaching you,
on account of the country being in sixes and sevens, a
term which is commonly used, you will be kind enough
and charge me with the postage. Yours, respectfully,
[Signed.] JOHN POPE.
(We have seen the letter which is published in to.
day's Dispatch, from John Pope, and believe it fig pa
DR. GEO. H. KEYSER.
M. A. HARVEY and W. S. CREIGH, Waynesburg.
J. HATHAWAY, Carrnichaeltown.
M. STANLEY, Garrard Fort.
J. F. STEWART, Daeistov,n
WM. SLACK, Jefferson.
J. C. BLACK 4- CO . , Greensboro .
MILLER lAMS, Martinsville, and by Druggists and
Oanber 12, IMI.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope :
A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT,
AND RADICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA,
or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness,
and Involuntary Emissions, producing impotency,
Consumption and Mental and Physical Debility.
By ROBERT .1. CULvERWELL, M. D.,
The important fact that the awful consequences of
self-abuse may be effectually removed without inter
nal medicines or the dangerous applications ofcaus
ics, instruments, medicated boogies, and other hoped
cal devises, is here clearly demonstrated, and the en
irely new and highly successful treatment, as adopted
by the celebrated author Cully explained, by means of
which every one is enabled to Cure himself perfectly,
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 address,
post paid, on the reecipt of two postage stamps, by ad
Dr. CII, J. C. wpm, 127 Bowery, New York
Post office box 4,596.
April 24, 1861—no 411-Iy,
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD
Loss of Appetite.
.As. X. AVIRvAIN, J. S. ALE";
Jos. Ill'GAßvile, Wm. MILLT.:;