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THE NEW UEVEJiUE ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

THE NEW UEVEJiUE ACTS. THE DIRECT TAX—TAXATION OF INCOMES— : THE AJIE.NDr.D TAJUKF. We annex a careful abstract of the now revenue act, which provides tor the assess- ; mont and collection of r.n annual tax of §20,000,009, and which was passed by j Congress on Friday. A large proportion j of tine bill is devoted to details respecting : the dunes of assessors, the mode of col- ' lection, and the penalties for nonc compli- ; ance with the provisions of the act. The | sections relative to the income lax are of ! general interest, and the entire text is given below. .apportionment, Maine S4-2i>.e-JI>'Iiidian:i SMJ.hTS y-w Hampshire 218, 4(11. Illinois 1,UI>.5;>I| Vei... .il 224,116s Missouri Thl.liff j Missacluisetts £25,5*1 .Kansas 71,<43 i Tilioile I^liind I !(>.!>«:.; Arkansas Sni. Ssti t V:>iirninit SOS.aWJIicliisun 501,703' \-.r . »-;„. . i SV3, yib riiiriila 77.622 ,.:W Jersey 43(1,13-1 Texas 355,100 l I'cillisvlvailia ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

THE WAYNESBURG MESSENGER. PUHLISJIED BY RITCHIE St. JENNINGS, WAYNESBURG, GREENE COUNTY, PA. ; 'ffl aalia a a SUBSCRIPTION.—St 50 in nrivani-r; SI 75 a' the mniralinn of six months: S2 00 ivilliin the year; -52 50 al'ler the expiratiimnf llifi year. ADVCnTISEMESTS inserted ilt SU 00 per square for : three insertions, and 25 rentsasqnare (breach additional insertion; (!en lines or less conn'ed a square.) '. IT?" A liberal deduction made to yearly advertisers "^ jr^JoB P RINTING, of all kinds, executed in thehes ' Btvle. an:i tin reasonable terms, at the "Messenger" Joh ¦ ij Tfi.ce. ! \ ry- ruhlicatiun Rooms on east Main street, nearly opposite the Court Ilnuse Square. ^__^ I

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Lord John liussell [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Lord John liussell —or, as he is now to be called, Earl Rus» sell—has recently pronounced his farewell speech as a commoner. The London Timu honors him with an editorial written in its cleverest style, beginning as follows: Lord John Russell yesterday took leave of the city he had represented twenty years, and the House of Commons, of which he had been a leading member fortyseven. It nruy seem to many out the other day that he surprised his aristocratic friends by accepting the more recent ot these obligations, but it takes an odd man to remember with any sharpness of recollection the commencement ot the earlier. An illustrious career of nearly half a century was yesterday so far concluded that it remains to be seen whether Earl Bussell will be more than the monumeilt of Lord John. No one can tell how it will fare with a great man's influence when he is raised to that thin upper atmosphere and those realms >f silence. What, indeed, is a peer, in ininy cases, but one ot ...

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Courage Without Discretion. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Courage Without Discretion. Some of the officers who go into battle are so anxious to display courage and make a personal reputation, that they are careless of the safety of the troops under their command, and, what is yet more important, otthe fatal effect which their rash intrepidity may have upon the fortunes of the army in which they are engaged.— Valor in the field is a most valuable virtue, but the better part of i t, as Shakspeare has said, "is discretion." There is a kind ot reckless, dare-devil impetuosity that may be useful in a coluun of infantry orcavaU ry when they are ordered to storm a battery or break a line of sharp-shooters ; but such bravery in a General or, Colonel is of much less utility that the cool and collected presence ot mind which car. see where a blow may t* struck most opportunely, and can strike it at the proper time and place without exposing unnecessarily the moral pluck and physical anduratico of the men. One ot the Ohio volunteers, who was at...

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Col. Burnside on the Battle. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Col. Burnside on the Battle. Colonel, now. Brigadier General Burnside had a splendid reception at Newport, the other day, and made a speech of acknowledgment, in which he gave some interesting statements concerning the battle at Bull Run. The Providence Journal says that, upon the propriety of attacking the enemy at the time it was made, Colonel Burnside expressed himself unreservedly. He said. "1 called upon Gen. McDowell and expressed my dissent to the policy of fighting ilie enemy ut that lime. Senator Wil- ; sou was p.esent, and looked at me, when 1 made the remark, as though I was a coward. Gen. McDowell said, "If I do not fig ht litem to-morrow I cannot do .t in six monl/ts.'" Better, said I, to watt that tin'e than hazard a battle now. General j Alci'nweil invited a meeting of officers at i his headquarters on the night before the j battle, Imt he (McDowell) was not present ' until 10 o'clock, and then nothing was to be heard but the reception of orders for the follow...

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Latest Washington Dispatches. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Latest Washington Dispatches. A company of Col. Curry's regiment while releiving guard last nig ht were fir^ ed upon dy the rebels, but no one was hit. A squad of riflemen were ordered to (he front and fired in return, shooting one of the rebel;.—the others escaped. Three horses were captured. Note of Curry's p ickets have been shot at before since a. bout a week igo, when two were murders ed. On that occasion his men, in the same night, brought in three dead rebel officers on their horses. Subsequently an informal promise was given by Cdpt. Jones, of ttie Virginia Rifles, that no more pickets should be assasinated. Colonel Curry threatening to kill three rebels foe every National soldier. The government has slrictly prohibited the telegraphic operators from conveying henceforward any matter relating, to the movement ot troops, whether prospective, present or recent—even that which may liave here appeared in print. Gen. Mc-Clellan has found it necessary to make this order in c...

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LATEST FRO.H KANAWHA. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

LATEST FRO.H KANAWHA. From ttie Wtc?eUn? Iiitelliuencer. Gov. Pierpoint yesterday received a letter from Mason county, which contained the following good news from the Kanawha region. We extract a.s follows: My accounts from the Kanawha convince me that the people, as a mass, are heartily sick of secession. Immediate on Gen. Cox's arrival in Charleston, the counuy people came iu in great numbeis with their rifles and threatened to burn tue town, and it is said that Gen. Cox had to use his intluenoe and power to prevent it. Several of the ranid secessionists have asked protection of Gen. Cox, and the General has placed guards about their houses. Cox otters protection indiscriminately. It is said that when Wise started on his retreat at least 500 men refused to go with hiin, declaring that they would not leave their homes. Wise, finding that demoraN ization existed in his army made a virtue of necessity and permitted all to remain at ho.ne who wished. With the remainder he pus...

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The Pennsylvania Fourth. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

The Pennsylvania Fourth. General McDowell in his report, states precisely the condition of the Penn. Fourlh at th* time of the battle of Bull Run. They wereunwillingtogivesii: hours to the country in the very pinch of the engagement. The General says : I could not, as I have said more early, push on faster, nor could I delay. A large and the best part of my forces were three months' volunteers, whose term of servica was about to expire, but who were sent forward as having long enough to serve for the purpose ot the expedition. On the eve of the battle the fourth Pennsylvania regiment of volunteers and the battery of volunteer anilieiy of the New York Eighth militia, whosw'term of service expired, insisted on their dischargL-. I wrote to the regiment, expressing a request for them to remain a .short time, and tiie Hon. Secreta-. ry of War, who was at the time on the ground, tried to induce the battery to remain at least live days. But in vain. They insisted on their discharge t...

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L A.T E R . [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

L A.T E R . Since the above letter was in type we have received through a gentleman in this city another and later letter, containing the following advices : — KANAWHA RIVER, Aug. 1,18G1. Messrs Editors.-—I am just returning from a trip to Charleston. I have on board Col. Morion's ilstOhioregiment, three months men, now on their return home. The Eunice has more people on her than ever hefore—at least 900 with equippage. Gen. Cox has encamped at the mouth of Gauley and New river. Wise has gone about 30 miles further. His men have deserted in great numbers. Our troops got over 1,200 stand of anus that were left along the road, and a great deal of ammunition. He is leaving in double quick time, doing all the destruction he can. Philip Henry Moore was along. He came from Richmond with a commission as M,ijor. They would not receive liim.— They gave him a good cursing and let him slide. His military experience would not suit. Dr. Chaplin, John Knote, and a few others of our valuable...

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Operations of General Bank's Army. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Operations of General Bank's Army. General Stone has been assigned a separata command to be stationed at the Point ot Rocks, where it is presumed the rebejfe intend ultimately lo establish a strorrPbattery to intercept transportation o£ supplies and troops from Baltimore lo the Lower Potomac. Coloael Hamilton, ot the Third Wisconsin, has been appointed to the command of the Third Brigade ot t'.is division in place ot Gen. Stone, transferred to the Point of Rocks. Point of Rocks is now guarded by the New Yr ork Twsnty-Ei ght, Col. Donnelly, strengthened by forces from other regiments. The section ot Virginia opposite the Point of Rocks, through which the en* einy must pass to attack us, is thoroughly scouted day aud ni ght. On ThursdayeveningMajorDoubleday's siege battery was tried upon Loudon Heights. Shot and suell were thrown over thesuiQi siin fromsmoth bore guns, while the Eagle Rock flint pinnacle of the mountain was successfully struck and shattered by the percussion s...

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I ALetlcr From Col Corcoran [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

I ALetlcr From Col Corcoran | The following brief letter was received i on Saturday by Mrs. Corcoran, from her ! husband, the Colonel of the 69th Regiment, I now held a prisoner by the rebels at Rich' mond: Richmond, Va., July 29, 1801 DEAR WU-E : I wrote a letter to Capt. Kirker a few days sine acquainting him of my being iii close confinement here, also "Capt. Mclvor and Lieut. Connolly, with about 37 other officers and COO non-commis sioned officers privates from various regiment, among whom are Sergen't Murphy I and Donohue and thirty-five privates regi-! ment. They are all in good health. I was : very ill for the first two days after my arrest, but feel quite well at present, I am deeply afilcted at tne loss of Acting Lieut. Ccd. Haggeriy, who was among the first j who fell on the battle field, also several of J my brave solders, it is however, consoling | that they attended their religious duties j before that day. 1 had many hair-breadth i escapes, but God in His infini...

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Release of War Prisoners—Hebel Treat m«iit of tU« Wounded, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Release of War Prisoners—Hebel Treat m«iit of tU« Wounded, &c. FORTRESS MONROE , Aug. 12.—The even of to-day has been the arrival of a flag c truce from Norfolk, with twenty-two re leased prisoners of war. They cornpryj the following persons: Surgeons E'dwal T. Taylor, of the First New Jersey vo '^ leers; Jacob A, Stewart, of the First i\M nesota; Eugene Peagnet. Seventy-FB New York; Foster Swift, Eighth KB York; S. C. Thunkin, Fourth Mainef™. F. Blackstare, Fifth Maine; VV. H. Alkl Second Maine, James M. Lewis, Sect™ Wisconsin; Gustavus Winston, Etg« New YT ork; Chas. Pegraw, Eighth JSfl York; Dr. Njrval, Seventy-Ninth, ?fl York. These surgeons remained at Lup BJ Church and tire stone building, afteriH ha le, attending to the wounded, and «H taken prisoners. They remained, sonvMJ Bull Run and others at Mauas.ias id'.'..- attending upon the'wounded, for two w« after the battle, and then were sea Richmond. Finally they were retei on parole, and sent within our lines N...

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Departure of Colonel Samuel H .11 Regiment 1 [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Departure of Colonel Samuel H .11 Regiment 1 The departure of Col. Ulack s r^^^B on Saturday, created as much exi^^H in the city, as that of thethree momi^^^H nearly four months ago. The day ^^^ tensely warm,—the hottest, vre ^^^H this season—yet the streets vver. < ^^^H for hours with spectator*; As nn^^^H in the published orders, the regiin^^^fl gan to assemble at two o'clock, an.^^^H in line on Penn street, the right r <^^H Marbury. The companies cam^^^H slowly, and it was almost tour o' (^^^H tore all of them reached the gro i^^^^f regiment is organ'sed as follows. :^^^H Colonel.—Samuel W. Black. ^^H Lieut. Colonel.—T. F. Letlmai^^^H Major.-—J. B. Sweitzer. ^^^H Adjutant.—Joseph Brow«e.; . j^^^^ .»... -T*' nr-^^^^^^ ClNClK.NATTI,August 7 —€h*|i^^^^ ler. formerly a captain in the (fr^^^^H now Lieutenant Colonel in the^^^^H are army, and a nephew of Ex^^^^^l Tyler, came here for his wife t^^^^^l rested to-day. He is now nn' J^^^^^ from Washington. ^^^^^H fiSTGe...

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Beaureguard's Promotion. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Beaureguard's Promotion. Tne New Orleans "Delta" publishes the j following copy of a letter of President j Davis, written on the field of battle after the victory at Manassas, acquainting Brigadier General Beauregard of his promo~ tion to the rank of general, tha highest grade in the army of the Confederate States. MANASSAS , Va., July 21st 1831.— Sir : Appreciatingjyour service in the battle of ot Manassas, and on several other occasions during the existing war, as affording ! the highest evidence of your skill as a commander, your gallantry as a soldier, fand 'your zeal as a patriot, you are promoted to be a g.;n j.-al in the army of the ContederaleStatis of America, aud with the consent ot the Congress will be dul y conr*missioned accordingl y. Yours, &c, JEFF. DAVIS. Latest Washington Items. WASHINGTON , August 12.—Two volunteer regiments have been raised in N^v Mexico tor the defence of that territory against Indians or other enemies . One of these regiments, if...

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Prince Xapoicon's Visit to I»lt. Vernon. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Prince Xapoicon's Visit to I»lt. Vernon. Prince Napoleon returned to Washington, from his visit to Mt. Vernon, at half-past ten on Wednesday evening. Contrary to expectation of the members of the party, the trip passeu off without any adventurous incidents. Afier passing the Union lines not a single soldier was seen by them during the entire ex- ; cursion. At Mount Vernon the party j Were received and hospitably entertained by Mr. Herbert and a lad y representing ; the Mount Vernon Association. Tne Prince spent several hours in a minute ex- i atnination ot the estate. He listened with great interest to the in'eresting reminis- i cences detailed to him by Mr. Herbert, : and was interested much when contempla- i ting Washington's tomb. On the journey, two ot his carriage horses were sun- I struck and died, and the servants were I obliged to substitute mules. The late- I ness of the return was due to this fact. — j Wednesday afternoon the Prince and his ' suite, and a number ofdi...

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Jh fcgER ff^^i.ns ,#ssc^- [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Jh fcgER ff^^i.ns ,#ssc^- p AeiFerctsi'ompi-ilijd to Unreal LN.IN. SiftOLWSAK:.. AT Kit J. LA. W.'HST\ Loi'ifl, \i..'tisi !-':. -The f.dlowiiig i; erb'rerbatini tenor! oi lite .-.pec;.:! tiioasciiuei Gti* Gen. I'lemon!:— K.-rty on cbiliiriiay friiiorrttna Go.ti. l.ytm mate he'.' mnot Sprint:- d dtld and e.i>a« up vs.tt.li the oin-.,.iy m\ i>a' Un'Wreck, on Green's Prairie, four miles .Initliwesl of Springfield, where they had in Bn a strong position, ti'eu. I.yrm lircd firj first g<in at titcniy ciiaules past siv oeBoclv, ' , when tin: battle iiiuimdia.'cly coninctlnceil. A severe caiimiii.nlin . g was ?t apt ap for two or three hours, v/lien the ! otfe ot ToUcn's artillery, proving loo se-•e |re for the enemy, Ihey gradually fell ¦ k tck towards their encampment on ' Wilt's n'.t Crook. Lyon's cavalry on the left ak, ik, and SiegH'.s r.rtillery on the ri g ht, y I y began a terrific attack, and spread diser er and dismay in the ranks of the reb-, p , pur...

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^JwfaawnfratrarTS." " [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

^JwfaawnfratrarTS." " J .. . . jMi For tho Mcsscrirrcr. i V^U9TSB^|»«Bl>ilA. July 30, tSfil. fflwvx. RffcSiVK Jt^p inir.<:.—As the poo- p ie of North Western Vii -.ii,i;v and firmlti Western Peuiisylvauia li.ive nlwavt; IHT.I1 uiiiicd in bond? of fiietidr.hip an«.good will tov.'ard c;:rli offier, li.tviii;..; the same gengf.ipliical ide-ifity ;!f/<l a diversity' of siiuil.Ti inlprrsls, i tesc 'besiglit it tvotild be inlcreaflh g to many of your renders to know somefhing of the .sayingsand doings in this part oi ihe Old Ihiminitm, it) lliete, thft darkest-hours of our country's history, Wfn-n (.; on. iMc<>'lellnn amioiiticeri to Gen. Scott, in his official report, that We.iioru V'iirjniu wac now clear ot armed rei<i-h-',j expecting thai lien. Cox hud •.-/jcceedf-ii l() routinsr a iirr.l infcatinLr, tho va'hjv of tli;. Great Kanawha, headed by eK-Cnvcrn-jr i Wise, his (MeOli ilan'.s) expectations were not full y repli/.fd. Wi-.;e * .-;...

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Ittbtls Honied* [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Ittbtls Honied* ^BON. August M.—A sen in .ski. '/j'oah Ke a few miles from here yoslt-r-^Btc Fairmont and Wcbcte' load.— ^Hon having been recei".ed t'a.t a ^¦organized body of rebels, living ^¦ mity, were lodged within a lew ^¦Webster, Geu. Kelly despatched ^Hylon, of Co. A, -«lh \ irgtnia tegi- , ^Hh fifly men, 1'ro.n Webster, lo dis- , ^B. After scouting nearly tuentys ' ^Hi , became suddenly on them at] ^Herday and after an hour's severe ^Bfli'cueded in killing twenty-one ^Hag tiie othcr.i to r!ii;bt, without ' ^H to Ids command. Tin; rebels ; ^Hf two hundred, coiuposed ut so:.;e Hf«: eliaraclers ot this county lead ^Bk- Cochran, Sheriff of this t ouit-^Hthe Letcher rule. ¦VCTOrV <L ITV KE iis. ^BcTo:, August it.—It i-, under- j ^H the Washington newspiiper;; ^^¦fter -,. fcipiired to Conform, as ! ^^¦ibh', to the restriction vide now \ ^^¦'telegraphic correspondence in ^^Bmiliian movements. ^^Brnjng six persons who were ^^¦Mi.'^rs fdler the '¦aitle Uti'i ^^ Ku here...

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Letter (rum iiarry W:i;>'i aw. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

Letter (rum iiarry W:i;>'i aw. | Tin." followiiye leuur from llenry H. IIairraw, ioiiatrly of this city, who were for Col. Cameron's body, and is now a prisonor in Riclmiond, has been received at Washington: "Arrested -i^d,on the niouud that wc come within ihe; lines of C. A. mipi'opcrly. We are now held as prtso.'ioiiei•; nf was, a:iu are quartered in a .obacco Uuiise, in company with the captured federal oiltcets. Have, met ui.my tviemls ' here u he> have been exceed;.i .;ly kind.— j Indeed, wo were treated \vu:i kiiulttass and eoiiaidei'a:iori from the lime we were jiut uiidt-i' arrest at Fairfax Court House-, Tiie officer in charge ot 'ol us. and 1 be- .' lieve o! ali the prisoners, is a brother of j Mrs. Lincoln—a Mr. Todd, of Kentucky. When the 15nileii States government re- \ fused the C. ts\ government as a beliiger- \ out, nud failed lo send a flag of truce :m- I dcr which lheir dead anu woiittded mi ^ ii: ; ' .live been pfopeiiy cared >.\+, the a...

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| A Day of Fasting and Prayer Appointed. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 21 August 1861

| A Day of Fasting and Prayer Appointed. | WAeHl.NoroN, Aeyusl 1".—i!y tl'.e I'resident of the United tStates—a proclainaiion: Whereas, a joinl committor! of both Houses of Congress has waited on the President of the United States aud»rt',(i\iestcd him to reeoiiimeud a day of public humiliation, prayer and Castillo, to bo observed by the people of tho United States with rolijjious solemnities, and the offering of' fervent sttpplicHlioii:; to Almijrhly Ged for tlie.safoty and welfare of those .State. ; , ills h.'e'saiu,'4 "s cm llieir cans and a yppe.U" rcstoralion to jie.ice ; and whereas, i ia fit and bocomin;.'; in all people, ai all times, toackiK>wled:ri; and revere ihe supremo i.r ov«. eruiiient of (toil, to bow in humble submission io his chastisements, to confess and deplore their sins and transgressions, in full conviction ihut llie fear ol tho Lord is tho beginning of wisdom, and to pray with all terveiicy and contrition for the pardon of their past ofiences an...

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