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-1 , oiliv e - owe ? . 0, - . ,t l ,/ ""-•." : '..- :. , .
orals near Foto I, : ~.. a source of
much ' o 'to ,' - t Richmond
Whig. t &tar li, . that, bye
a b huldflash Washington would have
been won, Baltimore sectired, Ph
delphia invaded, New York punished
antll;rl4tOn. annihilated; . but it now
Noma that the defensive policy adopt
ed by Davis and Beauregard is likely
ieinairee-lehrwar of it. Wi'thou't
an offensive • war, the Waig sees no
pillieetkeitterecess, antilt says: "If
affairs are to be administered as at
present:lore:bad as .ell be looking
fletibr twigs of submission, and the
sooner the'bettecr. An endless war,
which affords no opportunity for
either vita ity orrevenge, is a bootless
ugdtralcing." The United States
Government has the navy at its corn-
Mind and without some offensive
movemont•en the Potomac, this can
not be averted. An uneasy feeling,
itisys, has begun to exist, and sup
,generous confiden ce. Mut
terings and coMplainings are heard;
?nany ,or the appointments which
have lein iiiade `li me tilled the coon-
PT with apprehensions of some great
#sester." This is certainly not a
Tory hopeful view of rebellion, and
rith united councils on our side, and
fl, steady purpose to strike rebellion
with an overwhelming force, where
its the most strongly arrayed, would
* "all f rolability, add to the bauses
*Already' depressing the hopes of the
'Attempt to Buy Off Prentice,
fredrge '1). Prentice has proved
I:di:itself an incorruptible patriot.—
Aniong the many schethes for °grat
ing Kentucky oat of the Union was
a persevering attempt to buy Pren
tice, or failtag tliksit, to buy his pa
per. ftis . stated aat he was first
approsOed with the modest offer of
$25.000 4 embiell was of course, prompt
ly -desffined. The auxious buyers,
ttinkitig perhaps their bid had been
below lrefltiCiPs estimate of is hon
or, liVtlitsgt . bilr bffer, *Ad tbxoTigh
,p l ll old 13Zifitiefil friend, who has
sauce been quartered at Fort Lafay
ette, he was informed that fifty
thousand dollars was in a Louisville
bank, 1415 5 ,10 tlie draft of George
Pliefttiee, proViire'd . the Journal
e rt h conducted accordiAg
trice,rtain terms. An increased se
verity upon the disunionists in the col
nruns of the Journal was the response
to this proposal. Next. came a rail
road man from the far West, who es
.9howed all polities, and wanted an
influential paper to support the Paci
fic Railroad enterprise. He would
give Prentice $25,000 for tbe Journal.
bid was too low, and George D.
Prentice remains unbought and un-
.11ow the Government is Swindled.
. .._ .
The' united States Quartermaster
at Cincinnati, lately wanted one
hundred gins of hay. Iris agent can
yaiseLt4. nai.rXet Jinel tonna thqt
rell dMW - wat - the is - ffor the qlral
ity he we - Me. One marsh ow eve r, pro
posed to fur4li. 4 ,i,knine dollars and
fifty cents. 'TE6•ls"taYchitk was made.
A t ha hay was closely inspected, the
officer suspecting that something
might 'go Wrong.; but the quality was
limind en be good. After it'had been
shipped, however, it occurred to the
qamettermaster *het the , weight might
be short. He then telegraphed to
have G'tedigßedlittPa iT
rkerOb , upon
latrivali and it was found to fa Ishort
twettAt tons. This is one of the
ways in which the Government is
lintiquity of Amy Draekers.
A letter from Col. McLean's Erie
Regituesit says :—"To-day the Col.
Ordered an inspection of some hard
bread, or army crackers, to be made,
which resulted in condemning forty
six barrels oat of fifty. The Col, is
bound that his men shall not be
swindled out of their just and appro
priate fodder by any of these cussed
sharks. There is talk now of making
requisitions for flour, and detailing a
iMilf wen to go to the ovens ofAlex
gandria to bake for the regiment, and
so keep them in fresh, soft bread.—
At _crackers we eat are stamped
4 1810,' and the boys says they have
seen several marked 'B. C.' "
WHAT "RIP-112,W MEAN .—Many
Le i rrs have, since the war begun,
. • .
inqtury as to the origin of the
terms "Rip-raps." For the benefit of
the uninitiated, we give the follow
inf • information: In engineering a
7prap" is a foundation obtained by
throwing stones together in a heap
vtitboht order, in deep water or on
soft bottom. The battery on the
channel between Fortress Monroe
and Soirell i f Point is constructed on
saoh a eialfoundation, and is there-
Roe sttied the 4Rip-raps." The
fortifieition , wasbegun about twenty
riOrs ago. Loose blocks of granite
IrEtNiPited up to a height of twenty or
V feet, and permitted to remain
7l' leers, for *a purpose of settling
the fOundation. The blocks were
talteddoWn tq the water-line a year
aspolad nothing more has been dope
to the fortification since.
iA rebel prisoner recently cap-
Van hy one of our scouts at Ed
wards' Ferry was astonished to learn
that oar army was not almost entire
!), oo:speed of Abolitionists and rad
ical Repithlicans, and that our main
0450 wee other than to emancip atel lo o,B _ tOrOugliottt the South. He said .
Irtho . fa,et was generally known to the
workb3g people of the South that our
sole object was to sustain the Gov
ernment and preserve the Union in
tact, there would be a revolution in
eyond measure to be
constituted a largo component of the
itarai and *Se paw
et '7' 444 ,71 v , " TaesdiO,
-add iwt agretsis *gib'
*SW PALA 4001,6 FOR
J. M. inikeratilarWS,
MARESTITRItIIt, PITTSSURCUI, PA.
ELEA OISE b AtiffSLYNS,
NEW PLAID FLANNELS,
RED FLANNELS, YELLOW FLANNELS, GREY
FLANNEL+. 40 wid idea to tie maws, we are clos
ing out our entire stock at reduced prices for cash w
manor. Tias mock will be found one of the test aid
fullest is the city.
Sept. 11, 1861—dsn.
EVERY VARIETY—LOWEST PRICES.
JOHN h DEZOIICHE,
112 WOOD STREET, CORNER STH..
green and Buff Oil Cloth for Blinds. Lord, Teasels,
and Curtain Trimmings of every description. Also, a
line assortment of Gilt Cornices.
Sept. 11, 1861.
' THE PLACE
FOR CITIZENS OF GREEN" COUNTY
TO GET THEM
Blank Books, tout Records, &e.,
Mr. G. Sohnston di Co.'.,
Steam Printing House, Blank Book Factory, and Sta
tionery House, 57 WOOD STREET,
Sept. 11. 1361-Iy. PITTSBURGH, PA.
And dealer in Gentlemen's Goods, Boys' Clothing, &c..
47 ST. CLAIR STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.
SILK, BUNTING, AND CHINTZ FLAGS of all
sizes, constantly on hand and made to order.
LOUGHRIDGE & MAXWELL,
Brushes, Looking Glasses,
CrkalareXellii 40 1 0/16011ekiii.
And dealers in 'Variety and House Furnishing Goods,
&c., 72 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Sept. 11, ISM.
WM. lIITEHMAN N. DANIEL SHUPE. L. U. VO!GT.
L. H. VOIGT & CO..
(Successors to L. G. Graff,)
247 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.,
Produce dt. Commission Merchants.
Rerei andaeli Flour. Grain, Butter, Cheese. Pork,
Bacon, Lard, Feathers, Eggs. Beans, Tallow. Grease,
Green Fruits, Dried Fruits, Potatoes, Booms, Timo
thy, Clover, Flax and Grass Seed, and Produce in gen
Purchase on orders at lowest market price, all kinds
of Pittsburgh Manufactured Goods, and every descrip
tion of merchatlise. 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 Comi siertial School in the country. tip
wards ofTwetve flux DR ED young men from vw EN TY-
F:MIIT different gnaws have been educated foe business
here u ithin the past three years, some of whom have
been employed as Book Keepers at salaries of
$2,000 Per Annum,
Immediately upon graduating, who knew nothing of ac
counts when they entered the College.
t' sons half price. students enter at
any time, acd review when they please without extra
Fur Catalogue of 86 pages, Specimens of Prof. Cow
ley's Rusinees and Ornamental Penmanship, and a
large engraving of the College, enclose twenty-five
cents in letter stamps to the Princi pals, '
JENKIS & SMITH,
Sept. 11,:186I. Pittsburgh. Pa.
G. HAMHER.I. [H 0. DSOLER•
HkinklEß Pi. DAULER'S
No. 178 SMITHFI INLD snmor,
Between 7th &met and Atrawberry Alley,
Constantly on hand a large assortment of elegant and
Fashionable FURNITURE, warranted to be of the hes
materials and workmanship. Prices low to suit -the
times. All orders will be promptly attended to.
March 6, 1861—no 39-Iy.
M. WHITMORE l Gco. J. DUFF
C. H. WOLFF. S Thos. H. LANE.
Whitmore, Wolff Duff & Co.
SIGN OF THE ANVIL..
Importers and Dealers in
lEE MO w IL IEL NI,
NO. 30 WOOD ST., 3 Doors above St. Charles Hotel,
Sept. 11, 1561-Iy. PITTSBURGH, PA.
WM. E. DI BARENWE,
89 WOOD STREET, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer of
HATS AND CAPS,
And dealer in Children's Hats and Cape, and Straw
Goods. Military Caps made to order.
B. P. SHOPE,
NO. TA SMITHFIELD STREET,
Sept. 11, 11361-Iy.
.1. D. FACHIN F.R. Jxo. M. lavrix.
FACKINER & IRWIN,
Manufacturers of every desdription of
N a rriialVl l l l lo . l l l3Ell
NO. 103 SMITHFIELD STREET.
A full assortment of Pittsburgh Mumfactured Fur
niture constantly on hand, which we will sell at the
lowest price FOR CASH, which is our only terms.
Sept. 11, 1861-Iy.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Hats and Caps, and Straw Goods,
NO. 171, COS. WOOD AND SIXTH STS.,
Also, Carpet Raga and Umbrellas. Goods at lowest
Cash Perms. Sept. 11,1861-Iy.
J. J. GILLESPIE,
For Oho Bade, Oval, Pier and Mantle Ghipses; Gilt
and Bosewood Mouldings, Looking Glass Plates, &c.,
NO. ES WOOD STRBET, next door to Citizens'
Bank, PITTSBURGH, PA.
Sept. 11, 1861—ly.
W. W. TOTING,
(Sticeessorto Cartwright & Young,)
MANUFACTURED AND DAL IN
OIL TOOLS, CUTLERY,
Ewe;load wad Dania/ Instruments,
GUNS, PISTOLS, &c.,
97 wow) STREET, COIL 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, 1861-41ni.
P. RETRIES. J. S. Anima. 11. D./LIMIER,
Mate at Milton' t Ritketsetes )
REYMER Si BKOTHE'RS,
Dloceeseors to Replier dr Anderson,)
WHOLESALA DIAL/CRS of
r °REIGN rauxTs,
Nuts, Confectionery, Sugars, Fire Works, &e.,
Nos. 126 and 128 WOOD STREET, above Fifth,
Late No. 39 Wood Street, PITTSSIMIkL, PA.
Neyt. 11, 1861-44 n.
JOHN P. SCOTT,
Wholes*leCieelez , •
DRUGS, OILS, VARSIZSILBS,
PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS, die.,
NO. 206 LIBERTY STREET, between 7th and Sunk
ifehl Streets', PITTSBUitGIi,
Sept. l i, 1861-17.
J. C. KIRKPATRICK St CO.,
Ailutientiaii, nut WhQbwls .nd emit enklsne to
Lapp, Cartuaaad ilairricating Oa*
74 TIURD SUMP PITTSBURG?", PA.
Always on band a tall Stack oftNl Lamps. Oland.' Ism
Owl% WWI& ea. RePl.' Thel—ly.
THOS. C. 4..AZEAR,,
240 :1111aNit#1,:te l l,
t. •••., •: , rionedintia PA
W i I go SOWN.
Foreign and Domestic Frail*, Nta3, Pickles,
Preservei, Sardmes, irc.
181 LIBERTY STREET,
Having a large connection with importing houscs.
Esbt, lam prepared to furnish Country Dealers with a
large assortment of Foreigu Fruits as they arrive in their
season, on equally so good terms as th.y can buy else
I am •tow receiving s new crop of Oranges, Lemons,
Figs, Dales, Raisins, Primes, Plums, Currants and
everp description of Nuts Ales, Fresh Peaches in
Cans of a superior quality, Pickles, Preserves, Olive,
Common Fancy and Crystalized Candies, manufac
tured Crum the best of materials, and will be sold at the
lowest prices. 1 would call special aVentioo to my
Cough Candy. It is not surpassed in the Country for
the cure of Coughs and Colds. TRY IT.
February 27, 1861—no 38.
C. YEAGER & CO,
No. HO Market Street,
HAVE now opened a large and well
selected stock of
DRY GOODS ,
N D FaINCY GOODS,
Which they will sell as low as any Eastern
House. A call and examination of the same is
March 1 1861—no 40—Iy.
W. W. NAIR.] [JOHN a. DAOI.OH.
MAUR & DAVISON,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS 1W
Saddlery, Carriage & Trunk
Hs2RDW.RRE AND TRIMMINGS,
No. 127 WOOD STREET,
March 6. 186 I—no 39-1 y
IPM. P. [JAI. C. 11..AZICAR.
MICA tic raIiZZAR,
185 LIBERTY STREET,
Wholesal Grocers and Dealers in
ORDERS for Groceries. Pittsburgh Manufactures,
Flour, Grain. &c..filled at usual terms.
CONSIGNMENS of Produce solicited.
February 13, 1861—no 36.
R. 21.. .111:11.0111R,
Manufacturer of every description of
ll' 1:7 3FL IV X IV IE7 MIL 3EI .
NO. Ca SMITHFIELD STREET,
PITTSBURGH, PENN' A.
A full assortment of
PITTSBURGH MANUFACTURED FURNITURE
Constantly on hand, which 1 will jell at the lowest
prices fur cash.
Aug. 91, 1861-Iy.
R. PATRICK & CO.,
Bankers and Bzchange Brokers,
CORNER OF WOOD AND FIFTLISTS.,
Refer to the Banks and Bankers or this City, and to
Messrs. Winslow, Lanier & Co., New York City.
Special attention given to the negotiation of Corn
mercial Paper, Loans, &c. Stocks and Securities of
every description, bought ant sold on Commission.—
Collections made on all parts of the United States; and
u ncurrent Funds taken at the lowest rates.
Wesolicit the correspondence of Banks and Bankers,
and can offer favorable terms to parties who may open
accounts with us.
Aug 21, 1861-ly
J. B. HILL,
Planing Mill and Lumber Yard,
Office, No. 953 Penn sreet,
Arista Ward, opposite Plinn'a R. R. outer Depot.
Cor. ofMorrls St,* Mulberry Alley
P1TT15.1E311:7211.13 , -.TX.
ALL RANDS OF
Lumber, Flooring & Weather Boarding
FUKNISHED TO ORDER.
jJ Orders will receive attention if left at the office
of Beck & Lazear.
April 14. 1861—Iy.
fait '1" Et i:r ilit NODS A
HENRY H. COLLINS,
COMMISSiIri m" MERCHANT,"b
Fish, Pig Lead, Spelter and Produce
No. 25 WOOD STREET,
Agent for Gothie Chimney Tops, Stone Water Pipes,
St. Louis Fire Clay.
March 6, 1881—no 39-Iy.
No. 38 and 40 Smithfield St.,
THE undersigned are constantly manufacturing and
selling at reduced prices, every description of
.IE I T-T.R.
Warranted to be of the best material and workmanship.
Finn iture forshipping. Customers can rely on having
goods purehased from this establishment, securely and
properly packed tor transportation.
Steamboats supplied as usual with promptness, and
on liberal terms.
T. B. YOUNG Or. CO.
March 21, 1861- 42—ly.
J. & PHILLIPS,
Nos 26 and 28 St. Clair Street,
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, TRANSPARENT GREEN
OIL CLOTHS, FURNITURE OIL CLOTHS,
WINDOW SHADES, TABLE OIL
CLOTHS: CARRIAGE CLOTHS.
Also, dealers in Leather Belting, Lace Leath
er' Rehm., Rubber Belting, Hose Seam
Packing, Tubing, Wheat Drills
Tubes, Clothing, and all other
articles made of Indian
• Rubber, cte., tte.
Wholesale and retail buyers wilt find our 'lock lust
well selected, and at the lowest prices.
April SC tset—ty.
ENTERPRISE WORKS ! 1
M'Wg & Tinexarz,
o. ae. wood incest,
IMPROVED BORING TOOLS,
MIN OILS AT Ali; OTHER WELLS
ORDIIIIS aottcnia a oiarn.Y Naas.
, • Lao
*WILE .jrivircminits, 1
pilaw ro , , Ao i av ist - aresw
arks. l: -`• . .
-XLIstOR & CO.'S
;TM Firmere• and Mechanies' Exchange are now
A opening a very large and welt selected stook of
FALL AND WINTIKR
Which have been purchased on such terms as will ena
ble theni to sell at LOWER PRICES than ever.
LADIES` DRESS HOODS
In endless variety. Their stock of Silks, Merinoes,,
Plain and Figured Deign's, Plaids. Grey Goods; iu shor t
eery deerripticrn of Ladies' Wear is large. A supply o f
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS.
Sonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers, Bonnet Velvets;
MOURNING GOODS, &c.
min nilli las whil !!
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Tweeds and everything
the Staple and Fancy Goods Line.
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS
Their stock is large and is selling at prices to suit the
Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, dr.e.
Kept constantly on hand in great variety and at low
prices. The public can feel assured that they can pur
chase Good at old prices, and prices that will defy
competition. Call and examine their stock, you can
not fail to be suited.
PRODUCE taken In exchange for Goods, and the
Cash never refused. MINOR A CO.
Waynesburg, Oct. 23, 1861.
ELI ATM, Z. W. PHELAN
NEW CABINET SHOP.
/ BLI C attention is tailed to the new Cabinet Ware
room, one door east of Minor's Store, where all
kinds of Cabinet Furniture will be furnished to.ardel in
the most improved style, and on the moat reasonable
terms. Bureaus, Book-Cases, Cupboards, Bedsteads,
Tables, Stands, Me. Also
Will be put up with the peatest possible dispatch and
at the very cheapest rates.
J. TAYLOR & CO.,
Haying opened a Wholesale sad 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 Whiskey, &c., on the most
reasonable terms for cash, or good grain, such as wheat,
rye. corn, oats, &c. Confectionaries and Oysters always
on hand. Give them a cad before purchasing elsewhere.
Waynesburg, Pa., June 22, 1859.1).3.
Waynesburg, Greene County Pa.
8. H.IIRTZELL, Proprietor.
V HE subscriber respectfully informs his friend
that he has taken this well known House
Where he is prepared to accommodate travellers and
others, with goodand substantial meat, drink, lice. He
will spare no pains or attention in rendering his guests
comfortable and happy during their sojourn with him,
not forgetting to give due attention to their horses and
April Io,—No 44—If
Waynesburg, Greene County, renn'a.
THE undersigned respectfully announ
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 and popular hotel, and that he will
spare neither pains nar expense to render entire satisfac
ion to those who may favor Min with their patronag
April 27, 1859. JACOB LEMLEY
JAMES GAMER & CO.,
Weltld respectfully inform their friends and the pu
lie that they have now on hand a good assortment
all kinds of
O ARELVET WARE,
such as is usually kept in shops in this part of the coun
try, made of the best materials, and by the best work
ErThey still keep a Hearse, and are, at all times,
prepared to attend promptly to funerals, either in town
Waynesburg, January 24, 1860—ly
The Waynesburg Steam Grist Mill, having been
stopped a mouth for repairs, is now in operation. We
are also happy in being able to announce that we have
made arrangements with Mr. Rogers, Esq., of Rogers
ville, to assist in grinding. Mr. Rogers is well known
to be one of the best millers in in the County, and he
will hereatter superintend the grinding.
Rest quality of Flour, Meal and Feed kept for sale
cheaper than can be bad elsewhere in town.
We expect to have the Carding Machine in opera
lion in two or three weeks, having failed to get ready
as befo ,. e announced, owing to a disappointmentin
getting some new cards, belts, etc.
Aug 14, Mit. THOMAS HOGE.
VcATCHES & JEWELRY.
S. M. BAILEY,
Main Street, one door East of the Oa Bank
The public are respectfully informed that I have re
plenished my stock, and am now prepared to furnish,
at the lowest retail prices,
Gold and Silver Watches,
of all styles and qualities, including the fumed Ameri.
ea% nawacitetured Watches; also, all descriptions of Or
namental Jewelry, such ae
Medalions, Bracelets, Gold Chains, Breast-
Pins, Ear Drops, Ear Rings, Fin
ger Rings, Gold Pens,
Gold and Silver,
And everything in the line—and of qualities and prices
to suit the mast fastidious purchaser.
Repairing of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &c., still
promptly attended to, and all work repaired by him will
be warranted to perform satisfactorily for one year. He
respectfully solicits a continuance of public patronage.
Waynesburg, June 13. 1860-Iy.
S. S. PATTON,
- - - .
MAIN STREET, WAYNESBURG, PA. All week
warranted unexcelled either in natural appearance,
durability, or sca th es, of workmanship. Work insured
from one to ten years. and CHARGES MODERATE.
April kl, 1858—n040.
Respectfully informs the public that he has located In
Waynesburg. Pa., where he intends to manufacture
Carriages of Every Description.
From his experience in the business, he feels confi
dent his wet* will give entire satisfaction Be will use
nolow priced material, in any part of his work, and will
not employ any but superior workman.
Ali new work will be
• Warranted for One Year.
ishopon Greene street, one square south of the Court
Wavnekburg, lan. 95,1860—n0 34.
LOOK AT TIES.
The undersigned would respectlially)nronn the Pub
lie ghat he is now prepared and menu wising
sollcoiaaliroltl7l7E4x - er,
ueh as BUREAUS, TABLES, BEDSTEADS and
every thing in that fine. He also wishes it understood
that he keeps a Hearse and makes coffins, and is pre
pared to attend calls in town or co
AMUELJEWEL. untry, at any hour.
Waynesburg, Oct.. 16, ISbe.
THE undersigned administrator of the estate of
Philip Roger*, Aec'd, in pursuance of an order of
the Orphan's Court of Greene county, Pa., will sell et
public sale, on the *remises, on the 26th day of
November neer, a piece or parcel of land, situ
ate in Wayne township. adjoining lands of D. A.
Worley, Alexander Yager. and o th er*, containing
about POUR ACRES. the improvements are a GAR
IN HOUSE, a Young Orchard, end about two awes
clewed. Terms made known on day of tale.
H. J. ROGERS, Administrator.
Oct. 2,1861-4 t.
ESTIRS of Administration hawing beem .panterl
to the understood, upon the swots of DANIEL
• TIGHNIR, ate of M uu ongaltela township, deed.
Notice is hereby (Oen to all pennons indebted to
said estate to make immediate poyatest.,'anti shore
boring Mhos Nat primmilair AIM tidy
141106ndeatiet for mea ns
UN. V. DOD '
•V. HOU r.r .
Ile! , Si /011-44. • 1 . 10 +eti , G '
Seasintakit - Vryo&mtgl
Having just received a large stock of goody from the
eastern cities, which he is sieteratined to sell as low as
any other establishment in Waynesburg, for cash or
mood produce, consisting to goods of the following:
jaximir 4211-CPC1 1 1:110,
Clothes, Cashmeres, Buf f alo, Cord, Shawls, Ticking
Blankets, Flanne,,,, Lindseys,
Drilling, Canton Flannels, Cheek,
Under Shirts and Drawers, Silks,
Ginghams, Merinos, Alpackas,
Cobourgs, of all colors,
Detainee, and Plaids,
Mohair Caps, Collars, Fringes,
Silk and Tabby velvet,
all kinds of Ribbons
Bilk Ribbons, Cambrick,
Swiss . Mull,
And many other amities to tedious to mention in
advertisement, 200 pieces of Calicoes, 200 pieces
of Brown and Bleached muslin, Ladies.Cloake, a beau
tiful article Ladies Skirts.
Mill and Cross cut Saws, Sti!yards, Knives and Forks
Table and tea Spoons, Door Locks, Pad Locks, Fau
eels, Butt Hinges, ofall sizes, Screws of all sizes, Sprigs
and Shoe nails, Sash Fastners, Shears and Scissors,
Cupbard 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 Bets or by the
piece, Glass ware
and Glass Lamp.
@agar, Tea, Core, Spice, Pepper, Ginger, Cinamonn
Cloves and Nutmegs, Tobacco, Rice, Spanish add Com
mon Segars, Ropes and Bedcords.
WOODEN Wgag—Tubs and Buckets
4r:3 1c > 3a.1 3 a .
Coats, Pants and Vests, Caps and Bonnets. The best
and cheapest Stock of Boots and Shoes in Waynes
burg, Ladies, Gentlemen., Misses and Childrens.
Prandreth's Pills, Perry Davis' Pain Killer, Nerve and
Bone Liniment, Opedildock, Castor and Sweet Oil, God
fry's Cordial, Bateman's Drops Essence Cinnamon,
Preys Vitmifuge and Cough syrup, Woods Hair Re
storative. Richardson. dherrywiue Bitters, Allcolks
The above will he sold low for all kinds grain, Feath
ers. Butter, Dried Apples, Lard, Pork, Bacon, Linnen
and Flannels.—Flour and Salt by the barrels.
Nov. 30, no2ti.
WAYNESBU It G
MARBLE AND STONE WORKS.
SAYERS & RINEH tRT,
Practical Marble & Stone Cutters,
tnldi ate' ly East of the Court souse, Main stree
\y,. WHERE they hav e , and keep on hand a
• r large and extensive assortment of fine
r il l
•O a " MARBLE WORK,
f 4 1111:,,_ such,as monuments, tombs, tablets and
graystones, of every variety and style.—
_' Particular attention paid to caning, which
•"'"'"--- will be done by as good workmen as can be
found anywhere in the business; as one of the first has
seen practically engaged in the business for twenty-five
years, and the other eighteen years. They flatter them
selves they cannot be surpassed in point of skill and
taste by any in the west. Persons wishing anything in
our line cart have it inniished to any place desired at
lower rates than any other establishment in the country.
Persons can save 20 per cent by purchasing of
All kinds of building work done in either marble or
stone. SAYERS & RINEHART.
Waynesburg, May 20, 18.57—ti0.2
WAR! WAR! WAR!
New Grocery & Provision
DANIEL O WENS,
HAs the pleasure of announcing to his old customers
and friends, that he has refitted the
Led with Store Room,
Oppositrthe Court House, and is prepared to carry on a
GROCERY & PRODUCE BUSINESS.
lie is determined to exert his best efforts to meet the
wants of the community, and hopes by careful atten
tion to business to merit public favor. He will keep on
hand constantly a stock of superior
Queensware, Hardware, Confectionaries, Notions, &c.
Please call and examine for yourselves. Produce ta
ken in exchange for goods. D. OWENd.
May 8, '6l—tf.
Two doors East of "Messenger" Buildings
Main Street, Waynesburg, Pa.
RESPECTFULLY announces to his
friends and the public generally, that he has
ust opened an entirely new stock of
of a superior quality, selected with an eye to the wants
of the cointounity. He flatters himself that his stock
is all prime and fresh, bought at low prices, and will be
sold accordingly. He keeps every article pertaining to
an establishment of this kind, and hopes to merit a
share of the patronage. His stock is comprised in part
of the following:
Teas, Coffees, M. 0., Crushe 1 and Pulverized Sugars
Molasses, Starch, Soda, Cream Tartar, Salt, Pepper,
Candles, Crackers, Soaps, Tobacco. Also, a superior
variety of Cigars, and all other articles ueually kept
in a Grocery.
His Confectionary Department is supplied with a va
riety ofCandles, Cakes, Raisins, Drops, Chocolate, For
eign and Pomestie Fruits. Also, a variety of
which will be sold as low as they can be had at any oth
er establishment in town.
Country produce taken in exchange for goods.
Give him a call, at the new store room, near the
Messenger publication room.
May 18, 1859; n 0.58.
DAILY MAIL HACK
RUNNING REGITLARLY BETWEEN
BYES MI Eat LAM
THE undersigned respectfully informs the generous
Public, that having the contract for the carrying of the
mail between the above poirts, be has placed upon the
route two new and commodious Hacks for the ac
commodation of the tint/Wing community, One will
leave the Hamilton House, Waynesburg, every morn
ing. Sundays 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 for the accommodation of passengers,
TIMOTHY BOUCHER, Proprietor.
August 7th, 1861. no. 9.
W WINESBURG TO RILES' LANDING.
THE undersigned begs leave to inform the public, that
his linear Hacks will leave the Greene /louse in Way
nesburg, every morning at 7 o'clock, arrive at Rices' Len
ding in time to connect with the Boats leavingthat place
for Pittsburgh. All persons wishing a commodious con
veyance between those points will And it to their ad van
tivi give him their patronage.
His terms are moderate.
December 19, 18154—n0 28.
lIIIGHES & OLIVER ,
Grocers, Farwarding and
00.1116.11115510 N INIMIALIIIALN2II
Rices' Landing, Greene GI., Pa.
Are prepared with the largest and best Grocery and
Forwarding Rooms in the piste, for all goods on eon
airmen), and also
on the bank of dm river, &invariant for boats to land,
for storing all kinds of produce, for shipment to Pius.
burgh, or tne Eastern cities, on the most reasonable
They hope by strict attention and long experionite, is
business, to receive a liberal share of patronage.
la addition to the above, they will keep on hand a
gooe assortment of
from the bead of market, at wholesale 0/11C411/, to aceom
modate all who will favor them with their patronage.
April 11, 1800.
Grocers and Cosemiseion A, erchants,
The above 'endemism give notice to the public, that
by-the death of a former partner, the late firms of Stro
snider & hedgewieks, }ad litedgeWteks & Co., Wye
been dissolved, and the business connected therewith
mass* grated What shear and hereafter be above
beldame will be sontiened_ond . progaptly atteedled fa
by*. abortellna: Wee: Whaer i alrtaggsigg, gar,
as well en good asse=te pvium
ea band. All ap
R. S. CAMPBELL,
..ices' ' n~rag,
RIVES' LINDING, P 4
NEW FALL GOODS!
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
Immense Stock of Silks,
DRESS GOODS, Sce
X' .IFt. I Da' ril El,
Of all the eelebrated makes, from 61 cents up
SHEETINGS AND SHIRTINGS,
The most popular brands, which we retail at Whole
sale prices. Also,
House- Keeping Goods,
Hoop Skirts, &c
N. B. As we do a large wholesale business in con
nection with our retail, weare able to sell Goode at RE
TAIL CDEA PER than any retail house in the city.
COME AND SEE, whether you want to buy or not.
J. W. BARKER & CO.
No. 59 MARKET STREET,
Oct. 9, 1861:31n. Pittsburgh, Pa.
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ATTRACTIVE DRY GOODS!!!
O. HANSON LOVE,
NO. 74 MARKET STREET.
I A 8 assortmenttnslreceivlalarge ofl tutfulal l ;ooltelaits
Rich Silk Robes, Very Cheap.
Handsome Black and Fancy Dress Silks,
Stella and other Shawls,
Needle Work, Collars and
Sets very cheap.
Toweling Nets less than half price,
Canton and Wool Flannels, all colors,
Bleached and Unbleached Shirting and Sheeting.
Hcop Skirts ;
arid Mitts of all kinds selling very
low for cash.
act. 9, 186.1:6in
NEW PALL GOODS.
C) as ix Sza.3rers.
NOW offers for sale, at the very lowest market prices,
to wholesale and retail buyers, a very large and
well selected stock of
DRESS TRIMMINGS, EMBROIDERIES,
RIBBED WOOLEN HOSIERY,
BOSTON HOSIERY, UN DERSHIRTS Ss DRAWERS,
KNITTING MA TEltI N
A D LS OF A LL KINDS
BONNETS, HATS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS
VELVETS. SILKS, PLUMES,
TARLETONS, BOMBAZINES, ENGLISH CRAPES,
BLACK AND WHITE SILK LACE,
A FULL LINE OF MILLINERY GOODS;
HOOP SKIRTS AND CORSETS,
SIORT BRAIDS, TAPEs,cor4BS:PIN-S,I;iEEDLEIS,
arid all kinds of
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS
This notice is especially intended for Conntry Mer
chants and Miliners who visit the city for the purpose
of buying goods.
HORNE'S TRIMMING STORE,
NO. 77 MARKET oTREET,
Oct. 9,1861.2 m.
G. P. WERTZ,
First Premium and Excelsior
lIIITIAI MID }IVORY,
NO. 72, CORNER THIRD AND MARKET ST.,
WARRHOOIR ON FIRST FLOOR,
THOSE wishing to turnish their houses with Veni
tian Blinds of the
MOST EXQUISITE AND ELABORATE FINISH,
Will find it to their interest to give me a call before
purchasing elsewhere. My work is got up by the best
mechanics. Every attention is paid to the wants of
ALL WORK WARRANTED!
OLD BLINDS REPAIRED NEATLY, or remodeled, if
desired, to appear the same as new, of the LATEST
STYLE, without extortion.
Those having Dwellings, Churches or Public Build
ings to furnish with
Blinds it Revolvingor Stationary Shutters,
Would save money by giving me a call, Corner of
Third and Market Street.
Oct. 9, 1961;1y
H. D. BRECHT & BRO.,
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRA bil Ea,
Gilt and Imitation Rosewood Mouldings.
French Plate and Window Glass,
ris SMITHFIELD STREET,
TILEMLER'SLoCK, between Fifth and Sixth,
If Pittsburgh, Pa. City Glue at Manufacturer's
?MCI!. Particular attention gives to repairing Paint
ings, Reguilding Prunes and business cards framed at
wholesale price, Oct. 9, 1961:1y.
M. RUSH, Proprietor,
No. 397 Liberty St., near Pa. R. R. Depot,
%MIS heuse has been lately enlarged, refitted and
L re furnished. and is now in the best of order (or
the accommodation of boarder, and travelers. The
BEST OF OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY.
Sold wholesale and lute or served up in every style.
The delicacies of the erosion Mity. era hand, together
with superior brands et Liquors, 41r.c.
Oet. 9, 1861:1y.
Steam Cracker and Bread Bakery.
w. C. MACKEY,
Cl Jeka CI 3EL 3D 3EL ID ,
AND FAMILY BREAD k CAKES,
No. 44 KnithKeldi K., near Third,
Oct 9, 1991:1y. PITTASURGA, PA.
DR CALVIN 'JIANG,
4, smrrairtit* thuirr,
wow, !slit, LOW *WOK
just Published, in a Sealed Esivekpe :
A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT,
AND RADICAL CURE OF SPERMATIIRRHOEA,
or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nertfousneu,
and involuntary Emissions, producing impotency,
Consumption and Mental aniPhysical Debility.
By ROBERT J. CULVERWELL, M. D.,
The important fact that the awful consequences a
self-abuse may be effectually removed without inter
nal medicines or the dangerous applications ofcaus
ics, instruments, medicated hoagies, and other invert
cal devises, is here clearly demonstrated, and the en
irely neW and highly successful treatment, as adopted
by the celebrated anther tally explained, by means of
which every one is enabled to cure himself perteclty,
and at the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the
advertised nostrums of the day. This lecture win
prove a boon to thousand, and thousands.
In April, 1858, as near an I can remember, a small
pimple made its appearance nn my upper lip, which
' soon became enlarged and sore. I used poultices of
' snrrel, and a wash of blue vitriol, without effect.—
Finding the sore extending, I called on Dr. Ely, of
Schellsburg, 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 alio
pronounced the disease Cancer, and gave me internal
and external remedies—the latter consisting principally
of caustic; but all to no purpose as the disease con
' tinned spreading toward the nose. I next used a prep
) station of arsenic, in the form of salve. This for a
time checked the disease, but the inflatnatton soon in
creased. I called upon Dr. Stetter, of St. Clairsvilie,
Bedford county, who also pronounced the disease Can
cer, and applied a salve slid to be a never failing rem
edy, but it had no effect whatever in checking the
spread of the sore. In December in the same year, the
disease had eaten away a greater part of my upper lip,
and had attacked the nose, when! went to Cincinnati
where I consulted Prof R. S. Newton, of the Eclectic
Medical College. lie pronounced the disease "a cu
taneous Cancer, superinduced by an inordinate use of
mercury." He applied mild zinc ointment, and gave
me internal remedies. My face healed up, but the in
flammation was not thoroughly removed. in February,
1857, he pronounced me cured, and I left for home. In
April the disease again returned, and so violent was
the pain that I count not rest at night. Late in May I
returned to Cincinnati, and again placed myself under
the charge of Dr. Newton, with whom I remained un
til September. during which time he used every known
remedy, and partly succeeded in checking the disease,
but when 1 returned home there were still three dis
charging ulcers upon my face. 1 continued using New
ton's preparations, and also medicine that I got front
Dr. Ely, but the Cancer continued growing until it had
eat off the left side of my nose, thecreate r yortislaof
my left cheek, mid Acid attacked my left eye. I hid given
up all hope of ever being cured, sines Dr. Ely said he
could only give relief, but that a cure was impossible.
In March, 1858. I bought a bottle of "Blood Searcher;"
but I must confess that I had no faith in it. I was vet,'
weak when I commenced taking it; but I found that I
gained strength day by day, and also that the ulceta
commenced drying up. I continued, and when the
third bottle was taken, my face was healed as if by a
miracle. I used the fourth bottle, and I have been
healthier since than I have beep for the last seven years.
Although my face is sadly disfigured, I am still grateful
to a benign Providence who has spared my life, and
which has been done through the instrumentality of
LINDSEI 's /51PDOVDD BLOOD SICARCHICIL
Sworn and subscribed. this 31st day of August, A.
D. 1858, before me, one of the justices of the peace in,
and for the borough of Hollidaysburg, Blair county,
Pa. JOHN GORLEY, J. P.
Witness—U. J. Jones.
We also refer to the case of Nancy Bleakney. o
Elderton, Armstrong county. Pa., tilted of Scrofula
after being unable to get out of bed for three years.
To the case or a lady in Amsonville, Clearfield COUR
ty, who was also at with Scrofula in its worst
fo the case of George Meisel, residing in Carroll
town, Cambria county, Pennsylvania, who was o
badly afflicted with Cancer that it ate his entire nose
oh, and his case was worse, if possible, than Me-
The particu'ars of these uses—every one of whisk
was cured by the use of the •'Blood Searcher"—may
also he found in a circular to be had of any of tie
A Bin BORE Lao CURED. —Pittsburgh, $ eptensbilt
18, 1861-1 hereby certify that 1 have had a sore belles
over a year. It was covered with ulcers and sores as
that 1 could not work for nearly a year. My leg swell
ed so that) was unable to do anything for a long time.
for at least six months. 1 tried several of the best doe
tors in the city, but without any benefit; finally i called
on Dr. Keyser. et No. 140 Wood Street. who only at
tended me about two weeks, and gave me but two boo
tleg of medicine, and I am entirely well, and have con
tinued well for six months. lam employed at the
Eagle Engine Meuse on Fourth street, where any one
can sea Me. Tnone. FAX/CILL.
READTHIII C 13111.-1 was aMicted with a horrid di
sease in my feet and anklet, so much en that for six
weeks I was confined to my bed, and at other times to
my chair, where I was compelled to sit for weeks.
was in the care of both our eminent physiriaas for
longtime, but they could do nothing to effect a cure or
ease my pain. My feet and legs because 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 bottle before I began to find
immediate relief. I tried another, and am now eh*
to walk about without crutches. I have tried other
patent medicines, but received no benefit. I takes
pleasure in recommending your Blood Searcher about
all others, to those who may be afflicted as I hare been.
Yours, truly, Peres Swum
GEORGE P. WERTZ
APOLLO, Armstrong Co., Pa., Dee. !2, 1859.
We, the undersigned citizens of Apollo, being as
quainted with the facts is the above auttoment, :esti*
to their correctness'.
Jas. X. M'lnvatx, J. X. ALex•Mbili.
Jos. brlienvin, WK. Stst.s.m.
riItNCEE CUMED.—A letter from England, lids.
JOIIN POPE, of Elaenovon, near Peni,ypolik,
Monmouthshire, England, writes as follows:
BLANNOVON, Aug, 1111.
Sir —Au old woman in this place has wished me I.
write Yen respecting LINDSEY'S BLOOD SEAIDDEP
ER, from which she found great benefit and wistoo to
have a little more. She has been sneering from It
disease of a cutaneous nature for the last six or seven
years. Her daughter, who is living in America, ob
tained it for her, and sent her eighteen bottles. idhe ie
now quite out of it, and f have wrhren to her delight.
ter twice and have received no answer; of course abo
is anxious to get more, to act completely cured. I told;
her I would write to you furthe agency in this Country
and she felt very notch pleased to hear me say co. I
now beg to ask you on what feints you wilt supply meg
you will please bear in mind the carriage, and eimily
me as cheap ae possible. The carriage on the one dose*
bottles was XI es 6d. The medicine was a present Void
her daughter. 'would like to have the Blood Segue*
er in ajar woman cask, if you can send it in that way;
o r ie pint or quart bottles. I will send a bill Meng*
bank or registered letter, which everwill be most con.
venient to you, if you will send me carrier's receipt Of
the parcel as security. I would send you a stamp tee
answer this, but as it is uncertain of this reaching yeti;
on account of the country being in sizes and sevens,
term which is commonly used, you will be kinstersisiglt
and charge me with the postage. Yours, respectfully.
[Signed.] JOHN pops:
" [We have seen the letter which is published'n toe
day?l, Dispatch, from John Pope, and beliere it it geif
. . .
sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ddress,
post paid, on tbereecipt of two postage stamps, by ad
Dr. CII, .1. C. KLINE, 127 Bowery, New York
Poet office box 4,586.
April 24, 1861-n0 48-IY,
BLOOD SZIALROND R.
ASTANDARD MEDICINE for the speedy. milts/
and effectual cure cd ail diseases arising from
IMPURITY or THE BLOOD
This medicine has wrought the most miraculous surer
in desperate easel of
Scrofula, Cancerous Formation,
Cutaneous Dioceses, Erysipelas, Boils,
Pimples on the Face, Sore Eyes, .
Old stubborn Ulcers, Scald Head,
Tetter Affection*, Rheumatic Affections,
Jaundice, Salt Rheum,
Mercurial Diseases, General Debility,
Liver Complaint, Loss of Appetite.
Low 'Spirits, Foul Stomach.
and all Diseases originating in an Impure state of the
Tile Anovic to A PORTRAIT Or DAVID 'SUCRE/MIN
Sworn statement of David M'Crearv, of Napier op.,
Da. GEO. H. KEYSER,
PITTS BURGS, TENNtA.
.A. HARVEY and W. E r CRSIGH, WaYto ll6 .44'
HUNAN, Hanqi* Hart.
F. 'THWART'Da nU Wiaa,