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OPINION OP A DEM00EATI0 STATESMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

OPINION OP A DEM00EATI0 STATESMAN. A Boston gentleman has just received a letter from one whom the Boston Courier mentions as "a distinguished Democratic statesman of New York." The Courier is permitted to make the following extracts, which, it remarks, "cannot be too seriously pondered:" "Unfortunately for us all, we are now actors in a much greater revolution than that through which our fathers passed so successfully. When the end will come no one can predict; but that, if the war is conducted on the true principles of the Constitution, and simply for the Union, we must finally succeed in establishing our government over the whole people, I cannot doubt. "On theother hand, if men at the North, who are justly chargeable with this revolution, succeed in converting the war into one of abolition or emancipation, except to the extent that such results legitimately follow in the train of war, treating slaves as all other property is treated, I do not believe we can succeed in anyt...

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SENATOE THUMBULL ON THE CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

SENATOE THUMBULL ON THE CONSTITUTION. The Senator from Illinois, in introducing his bill for the confiscation of rebel property, made a noble appeal for the Constitution. In this respect, says the Journal of Commerce, his speech was an excellent opening of the winter debates in Washington and it is to be hoped that it will prove a leading speech, to be followed by all the Senators, so far as it relates to the prosecution of the war according to the Constitution and law. We do not mean to express an approval of all his views. From some we dissent entirely, but it is wholly unnecessary now to express or argue the particulars of that dissent. The general principle which he advocates in the following passages, will be recognized by our readers as the views which we have maintained with our utmost ability, and views which some ardent opponents have actually stigmatised as "red 'tapeism" and "treason." Coming now from this eminent and able Republican Senator, we trust they may make ...

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EDITCE* TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

EDITCE* TABLE. The ATLANTIC MONTHLY, for January 1862, has already eome to'hand. Its contents are rich and varied. For the coming year, the Publishers promise their patrons increased inducements to continue their support. They speak as follows: "The Publishers of the ATLANTIC MONTHLY desire to direct public attention especially to an important and interesting feature which has been added to this magazine for the coming year. They have succeeded in securing a series of contributions from Professor Louis AOASSIZ, of Harvard University, the most eminent naturalist in the world. Professor AGASSIZ'S articles commence with the January num ber and will be continued in every number throughout theyear. Tney will be upon THE STUDY OF NATURAL HISTORY and kindred topics, and cannot fail to prove a repository of most valuable information, while the well-known directness and simplicity which mark Professor Agassiz's system of instruction will make them not only instructive but deeply inte...

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GEN. PHELPS' SILLY ABOLITION PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

GEN. PHELPS' SILLY ABOLITION PROCLAMATION. General Phelps, in command of the advance brigadeof our troopsat Ship Island, Mississippi, belonging to General Butler's expedition, seized the occasion of his occupation of said Island for the production of a very silly abolition proclamation. It ia addressed "to the loyal citizens of the Southwest," and it opens with the astounding declaration that his command will be governed by the absurd idea "that every State that has been admitted as a slave State into the Union sinc"e adoption of the constitution has been admitted in direct violation of that constitution."—Now, we dare say that there are not ten men in the brigade of General Phelps who will subscribe to any such a fallacy, and that there is hardline man in a thousand among our six hundred and fifty thousand Union soldiers who believe in any^uch nonsense. He next tells the people of Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana that their territory is needed for free labor ; that the peop...

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LATEST If A1IET 11#0BT1 [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

LATEST If A1IET 11#0BT1 PITTSBURG , Dec. 28. — Business yesterday was very dall, and we could scarcely glean any sales that were worthy of note. Flour—Sales of 375 bbls. all of which were from store, in various lots, at $450@4 75 for extra, and S5@5 25 for extra family and Fancy brands. We could hear of no sales from first hands to report. Grain—Sales of 200 bush Oats, from store, at 27c per bush. Coffee—sales of 30 bags Eio, in small lots, atl9J@20c per lb. Molasses—Sales of 12 bbls N. O., in lots, at 48c per gal. Sugar—Sales of 5 hhds of N. 0., from store, at 10c per lb. Cheese—Sales of 45 boxes W. R., in lots from store , at 6J per lb.

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TO INVALIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

TO INVALIDS. Dr. WHITTLESEY'S next professional visit to Waynesburg, will be made on Monday and Tuesday, 13th and 14th days of January. Official Rooms at the Greene House , with remedies entirel y new. Dr. WHITTLESEY cures the following Comp laints, viz : Diseases of the Throat , Lungs, Heart, Liver, Stomach, Dropsy—also, all diseases of the Blood , such as Scrofula, Erysi p ilas, Cancer, Fever Sores, Nervous Derangements, and all other complicated Chronic Complaints. All forms of Female Weakness and Difficulties attended to with unparalleled success. 1 SJS> I Dental.—Dr. S. S. PATTON, Main street, Waynesburg, Pa., attends to all branches of the Dental profession, «aaless advertised, in this paper, for other points.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

etnnoociTf , *. " lathe mamrsf UwTaiMttry iwlcinm itlili Kroner * Co. tor benssH of their creation Ax. to Wm. ; T. E. Webb, KM. Insolvent Docket No. 1 JIUM ' Term, 1881: O And mow to-wit! December if, MM. Account •f W* T. E. Webb, Esq., assignee as above , conflrmsd showings balance of five hundred and thirty-nine dollars and eleven cents, $539 11, in ; accountant's bands, and Samuel Montgomery; Esq., ; appointed auditor to distribute balance in accountant's ; hands. I By the Court, | D. A. WORLBY, Prothonotary. I I will attend to the duties of the above appointment at the office of Buchanan & Lindsev , ia Waynesburg 1 on the last Saturday in January, 1862. ! SAMUEL MONTGOMERY, Auditor. j Jan. I, 1861. j GREENE COUNTY, ss. : Henry Sharpneck ) In the Court of Common Pleas of vs. J said County ui' June Term, 1661, Benjamin Altaian, ) No. 104. Ejectment for a lot of ground in the Borongh of Canmchaels. ^¦Uj^And new, to-wit : December 19th, 1861, upon BWRll niQtion of Black &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

[ j I j | [ CtfLtawis^i^LlMflP tftetoffft HA84. BY -Tfetw of aa-OTtar of the Onfcaatf Cote -*t «rees«e county,;! will acll on the jaaaaaaa, oa SATURDAY, the ft* DAY OF JANUARX ittti, tha Aaowimt describe* nal eatate, late the prapeny of TBOSUre HMONTSK, aee'd , to-wit: - j A Tract of Land I Situate m liorgap towmfhip, Greene county, aajoialnc [ lands rf Jacob graden, heirs of James Hoge, dee'd, ! heirs of Smith Adainooa, dee'd, and others, containing ; THIRTY-THREE ACRES, more or less, about thirty i of which are cleared, and on which are erected. *, hewed : log house, log kitchen, hewed log barn, and other outbuildings, and having some choice fruit trees on it. TERMS.—One-third ol tlte purchase money to be paid at the continuation at the sale, a third in a year, and the remaining third inlwo years, with interest. EISA A91NE SIMONTON, Jan. I-td Administratrix. Fifth Avenue Exchange, DAN. BARNARD, Proprietor, NO. 72 FIFTH STREET, PITTSBURGH, PENN'A.. ] TTAVING ha.i many years exp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

^^m^m^^m^t B. W. JOBJK8, 1 M1#J. _« j JAS. S. JENNINGS, { aMstOW. | "A sentiment not to be appalled, corrupted or Compromised. It knows no baseness; It cowers to no danger; it oppresses no weakneaa. Destructive only oTdespotism, it Is the sole conservator of liberty, labor and property. It is the sentiment of freedom, of eqnal rights, of equal obligations--the law of nature pervading the law oi the land." WAYNFSBURGL PA. Wednesday, Jan. 1, 1862.

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Accounts. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

Accounts. We send out accounts this week to all our subscribers who are a year or more in arrears. We trust all will respond promptly and cheerfully, and enable us to meet our obligations for Paper, Labor, &c, which are very heavy.

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STATE TMA8TJREK. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

STATE TMA8TJREK. ALBKT G. BRODHBAD, Esq., of Manch Chunk, will be a candidate for Treasurer of the Commonwealth before the Democratic Legislative caucus next month.— His high character for integrity, his fine business capacity and his manly and courteous manners would render him an exceed- - ingly efficient and popular officer, and we sincerely hope he may be nominated and elected. As a Democrat, he is of undoubted orthodoxy, and among the most active and influential in the Eastern part of the State.

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GEN. LAZEAE. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

GEN. LAZEAE. Our Congressman, Gen. LAZEAR, is improving the Holiday recess of the Houses by a visit to his family. He informs us that the Abolition radicals in Congress have no hope of bringing "Old Abe" to their extreme, fanatical measures, and that the President stands firmly by the policy heretofore pursued on the subject of slavery. This is a gratifying assurance to every sincere friend of the Government, and quickens our hope of an early and auspicious conclusion of the AVar.

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WEUDELL PHILLIPS AUD THE CONST 11U TION. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

WEUDELL PHILLIPS AUD THE CONST 11U TION. " Slavery is not dead, but the Constitution of 1787 is dead and gone," were the words of Wendell Phillips in his address in Boston last week. Wendell is determined to be ahead in the race of radicalism. To BB EXPBOTID.—The New Orleans Delta of the 17th says, that the naval commandar of the Federal fleet was forbidden the transmission of Gen. Phelps' proclams tion, aad tbraeUeoed to Are i»».o any boat that attempted to carry it. ;

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THE ABOLITIONISTS DOWN ON "OLD ABB." [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

THE ABOLITIONISTS DOWN ON "OLD ABB." The Anti-Slavery Standard publishes an extract of a private letter from a "distinguished friend of the anti-slavery cause," which contains the following : It is more and more evident that Lincoln is a man of very small calibre, and had better be at his old business of splitting rails than at the head of a government like ours, especially in such a crisis. He has evidently not a drop of anti-slavery blood in his veins; and he seems incapable of uttering a humane or generous, sentiment respecting the enslaved millions in our land.

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DIED, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

DIED, Near Carmichaels, of Putrid Sore Throat, on Dec. I6th, ICABT MaMnu, daughter of John and Elizabeth Gwyn, jn her fifteenth

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EOLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

EOLL OF HONOR. I sti Receipts on Subscription since December 1st. Am't. Vol. No. William Kniseley SI 00 2 48 Tlininas Ilerrington 4 50 3 2« Russell Armstrong 5 00 3 52 Elias ileadlev 5 00 4 52 Daniel 1). Coiidit. 75 3 52 Thos. W. Taylor, Esq ISO 3 52 Cornelius Jennings 40 In full. John Bradford 3 00 2 26 Rev. Charles Tiltoj 100 2 52 John P. Morris. 3 50 3 52 Wm. Allison, Esq 2 00 2 52 James Fonner, Jr 62 In full. James Kent. 4 92 3 26 James Burdine. 3 00 3 52 A. G. Cross 4 50 4 43 Dr. James B. Hook. 2 00 4 1 Morgan R. Wise 3 SO 2 45 Jeremiah Reynolds. •• .• 3 00 3 52 James Zimmerman. 75 .3 46 Samuel Minor 5 50 3 52 Alexander Keith. 18.1 3 24 George Sellers 2 00 1 52 Jere. Spragg 3.00 3 35 Vvm. H. Moredock 3 00 4 9 George Howard 100 1 26 James Graham ¦•••2 00 1 52 Jesse Craig 2 50 In full. John Humiell 3 U0 3 26 John A. Greenlee 150 3 52 John R. Shriver 5 00 3 26 Hiram Stephens 3 00 3 52 Wm.P.Scotl 150 1 13 Isaac K. Wood 5 50 3 52 James K. Throckmorton 150 3 52 B. F. Manning, J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

SHERIFF'S SALES. By virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas issued by the Court of Common Pleas of Greene county, and 18 me directed, I will expose to psblic sale at the Court House, in Waynesburg, on Saturday, the 1st day (if February next, at one a'xlock, p.M,, the following described real estate, to-wit: All the right, title, interest and claim of the defendant of, in and to a tract of land situate partly in Washington lounly and partly in Greene county, containing one hundred and tii riy-seveu acies, more orless, about one hundred acres of which are cleared, adjoining in Washington county lands of Hiram Swart and Robert Brisfor, and in Greene county lands of Samuel Brad en, and others, and has erected thereon one frame barn on the lands in Greene county, and one frame dwelling house on the lands in Washington county, and a frame stable and an apple orchard. Seized and taken in execution as the property of Abner Uane at the suit of Cephas Lindley. ALSO, All the right, titl...

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J3e a Man of your Word. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

J3e a Man of your Word. When you promise to do a thing, do it. J3e a man of principle in your word. Do njftjgtnj. thatyou intend to-day to visit vnnr sick friend t» -•' " » - - -. ueiguoor, and then suffer the pressure of business to crowd it out of your mind. lie has been watching for your coming during thesjieek that is past. Could you have seen the bright smile that " illuminated his countenance when he said, "I hear his voice—his footsteps on the stairs," you would have said that the keeping of that promise was worth more to you than much "choice gold." But when the vision had disappeared, and you .came not, there was pity and sorrow, even for you, written upon those features. For dollars and cents had become a formidable barrier against the priceless gem in every man's character, which either shines in its own conspicuous light of love of the tru^h, or is set in the midnight darkness of distrust and falsehood. Then, if you wish to do good, aod wield an influence for truth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

THE BEST PAPER FOB THE TIMES MOORE'S RURAL NEW-YORKER, widely Known as the most Valuable and Popular Journal in its Sphere—as the BEST AND CHEAPEST combined Agricultural, Horticultural, Literary and Family Sewspaper on the Continent—will enter upon its Thirteenth Year and Volume in January, 18G2. It has long surpassed ail rivals in Variety and Usefulness of" Contents, and of late its, snore than ever before, ~ THE FAVORITE HOME WEEKLY! This is proved by its humense and rapidly increasing circulation throughout the Free Slates, Canadas, &c, and among aA intelligent classes in both Town and Country, lir' addition to a great amount of Practical, Instructive and Entertaining Reading upon Agriculture, Horticulture, Domestic Economy, Sciense, Art, Education, fee, Mill a variety of Engravings, Music, Tales. Poetry, tee., &.., it csntains a complete and carefully prepared WEEKLY SUMMARY OF TBS LATEST WAB NEWS, 8s) last every reader may be fully advised of the Events of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 1 January 1862

" ' M«|iwiei.'"i'i-«'pv:y." iiijpi "I jppji.ii iiiiimi i BXW rXlX OOOPS FOB 1861, 'AT ' j.JK. sawssFixuyu , MABKET STRKBT, PITTSBURGH , FA. JV_— CALICOS , JfXIV OIJfOBAMS, JTBfr BLEACHED MUSLUfS, ' JVEfP PLAID FLAJfJfELS, SATIJVETS, KENTUCKY JEAMS, CASSIMERES, CLOTHS, EDFLAJfJVELS , YELLOWFLAJfJtTELS, ORET RLANMELS. In addition to the above, we are clos-Fg out our entire stock at reduced prices for cash par inoney. The stock will be found one of the best and mllestin the city. fuSept. 11,1861—Cm. WAX.1, FAFEB, ~~7"i_a.cio——- t3ttn.er*etm, EVERY VARIETY—LOWEST PRICES. JOHN J. DEZOUCHE, IIS WOOD STREET, CORNER 5TH., PITTSBURGH, PA. Green and Buff Oil Cloth for Blinds. Cord, Tassels, and Curtain Trimmings of every description. Also, a line assortment of Gift Cornices. Sept. 11,1861. A. V. SCOTT. W. H. STUBBED*. N.«. WALKIH , SCOTT, STURGEON & CO., Importers and Jobbers in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FAxa-crx" GOODS, And manufacturers *f all kinds of Looking Glasses and Children's ...

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