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PITTSBUBGH BUSINESS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

PITTSBUBGH BUSINESS NOTICES. MALTBY'S BALTIMORE OTSTBES.—These Oysters are and always have been decidedly the best in market, and are in universal demand. Col. REED, the obliging and gentlemanly Agent at Pittsburgh for this popular and long-established house, is still supplying who'esale dealers, hotels and private families on tbe most liberal terms, and is rapidly increasing the already extensive trade of the firm in Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio. If you want a single or half-dozen Cans or a Case of the choicest Oysters in tbe country, drop in at No. 49 Fifth street and get them.— We will warrant anything Col. REED sells you as jitsl the thing for any palate, even that of an epicure. Try him, if yoa doubt our word or taste. PATENT ROOFING.—B. F. SHORE, No. 75 Smithfield street, is largely engaged in the Gravel, Cement and Canvass Roofing business, and is daily making extensive contracts in city and country. We personally inspected some Roofs put on under Mr. SHOPS's d...

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¦ ' ¦ " — ¦¦ ' — ' ¦ ¦ «*>*> *>- • STATE TEEASUEEB. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

¦ ' ¦ " — ¦¦ ' — ' ¦ ¦ «*>*> *>- • STATE TEEASUEEB. Hon. HENRY D. MOORE, of Philadelphia, was elected State Treasurer, on Monday last, on the third ballot. Mr. Moore was the Republican candidate, Wm. V. Mc-Grath the Democratic candidate, and Jonas R. McClintock, of Allegheny, was voted for by some of those elected on the Union ticket. The final vote stood—Henry I) . Moore, 71—Jonas R. McClintock, 5—Wm. V. McGrath, 56.

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— -«?*>«> »¦ - . JOHN TYLEB DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

— -«?*>«> »¦ - . JOHN TYLEB DEAD. The telegraph announces the sudden death ol ex-President John Tyler. We would rather say nothing but what is charitable of him, but History will note that he was the first man elevated to the great position of President of the United States, who joined hands with traitors to overthrow the Government he had sworn to support, and that he lived long enough to see his country embroiled in fratricidal war, and his native State made desolate b y the ravaging tread of hostile armies.

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. fit* , [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

. fit* , In Franklin Township, on Thursday the 16th inst., AMANDA, daughter of Corbly and Hannah Hill, in the 26th year of her age.

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Jfatmtr, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

Jfatmtr, On the 12th inst., by the Rev. C. Tilton, Mr. JOHN TII.BY to Miss REBECCA HUGHES, both of Greene county, Pa. On the 16th, by the same, Mr. MEEKER HDSS of Illinois, to Miss ELIZA PETTIT of Washington tp., Greene county Pa.

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For the Messenger. THE TONNAGE TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

For the Messenger. THE TONNAGE TAX. MESSRS. EDITORS: I see that the excellent Representative from Washington county—Col. Hopkins—has introduced into the Legislature of Pennsylvania a resolution asking for the repeal of the law passed at the last session of tbe Legislature, repealing the tonnage tax law, and asking for a committee to enquire whether this repeal was effected by corrupt means. The present Legislature has the reputation of being one of the ablest which has for years assembled at Harrisburg, and if the Representatives from this Congressional district in the Lower House are fair specimens, we may set them down as honest as well as able. Hopkins, Kaine and Donley are Representatives that would do credit to any constituency. I think the people should come forward in their might and back this effort of their Representatives in these movements to wipe from the statute books this corrupt law, and to expose the faithless Representatives who contributed to its passage. ¦ I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

j&ptcral |tote. TO INVALIDS. Dr. WHTTTLESY'S next professional visit to Waynesburg, will be made on Monday and Tuesday, 17th and 18th days of February. Office Rooms at the Greene House, with remedies entirely new. Dr. WHITTLESEY cures the following complaints, viz: diseases of the Throat, Lungs, Heart Liver, Stomach, Dropsy—also, all diseasesof the Blood , such as Scrofula, Erysipelas, Cancer, Fever Sores , Nervous Derangements , and all other complaints. All • forms of Female Weakness and Difficulties attended to with unparalleled success. • Dental.—Dr. S. X. PATTOS, Main street, Waynesburg, Pa., attends to all branches of the Dental profession, unless advertised, in this paper, for other points. ¦ n l BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. DR. THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will send to all who wish it (free of charge. I Ihe reci|ie and full directions for making and using a beautiful vegetable Balm, that will effectually remove 1'mn.es, EI - OTCUES, TAX, FBKCKLSS. ace, ace, leaving tbe skin smooth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

ams^p ssmasnB anfaneWes NOTIC* is hereby given to all whom it may concern , that the aadersajaad BsecsMra. Admsaistnisus sad Guardians, have ordered their several accounts to he published for settlement at March term, last, and that said seaman. wHI be Chat aecetdiug' to law, and presented to the Orphans' Court for the county of Greene, Stats of Pennaylranm, at aakf Tern* , on Wednesday, tbe 19th day of March, at » o'clock, P. ¦ . , for confirmation and allowance. The account of Jacob Vernon, adminiauuor ot the estate of S . vlVuoue StnhJi, Sr„ dee'd. Tbe account of Michael McGovera. guardian of John Rex, a minor child of Charles Rex. deed. The account of George King and Simon Coen, administrators of William King, deceased. Tbe partial account of Andrew Johnson, administrator of Pbenius Johnson, dee'd. - N. B. I am requested lo notify those persona upon whom riiationa have been iVxued by order of the Court, i that they most file thuir accounts at March term of j Court, or attachme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

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sTxranra SEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

sTxranra SEWS. The news, this week, is of more than ordiitfry interest, and excludes several editorials.

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i ii .. m . ¦ . . . . . ¦—¦»»» -— ¦ ' AJTOTHEB SOLDIEE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

i ii .. m . ¦ . . . . . ¦—¦»»» -— ¦ ' AJTOTHEB SOLDIEE DEAD. The body of DAVID REDMOND, a Greene county soldier in the Cavalry service in Virginia, was returned to his friends in this place on Thursday last. He died at Fairmonnt, Ya., of disease contracted before entering the army.

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. - .1- ..,, —, — . «> « • «v a— — THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

. - .1- ..,, —, — . «> « • «v a— — THANKS. Our tKgtnks are due JESSE LAZEAR, FATMCst DeiaTLXr, Esq., and Hon. GEORGE V. LAWMESKSI for important publicdocutnents.

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- ¦ ' — T ¦ " T I U. 8. SUPBEME JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

- ¦ ' — T ¦ " T I U. 8. SUPBEME JUDGE. Hon. A. JL. BWATHR, ot Ubio, has been ¦lOmiiutted bjr the President as Supreme Jsdge in place of the late Judge MCLSAS. B» ta a Bepublican in politics.

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WM. SAMPLE, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

WM. SAMPLE, ESQ. We learn, from the Washington Reporter, that this gentleman, formerly Editor of that paper, died at Fort Madison, Iowa, on Ah# 15th inst. He was near eighty yean of age at tke time of hia death. _ m»» ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ (BOil U^U II I^ Nlrt HE » «**. ^^kW^^»

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GOOD AID TBUE, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

GOOD AID TBUE, Wetjlip'the'toliowing edJloriaffrem the last "Greene County Republican." It will be received by our readers as an indication of the returning reason and moderation of its Editors, and of their disposition to do justice, however tardily, to the loyal national Democracy. We trust our neighbors will "stick to what they say" in this article and not avail themselves of an early occasion to "take it back," modify it, or "explain ii away." It is the truth and nothing but the truth, and we rejoice that they have the manhood and magnanimity to utter it. The Democratic party has always been for the U nion and Constitution of our fathers, and always will be. Devotion to our institutions and respect for law are cardinal features of Democratic faith and practice, and those who charge the party with disloyalty do it gross and shameless injustice. But to the article :

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ME. STANTOH. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

ME. STANTOH. President Lincoln designed the nomination of Edwin M. Stanton as a graceful compliment, as it is a just tribute, to the Democratic party of the North for the prompt and loyal support they have given to his administration in the prosecution of the war for the Union. It is a good investment for his future fame, and the effect is happy here, as it will be everywhere. The influence of Mr. Chase is said to have prevailed in the nomination of Mr. Stanton as Secretary of War, but it is not true the bankers have presented any ultimatum on the subject. The entire history of the change was reported correctly in the N. Y. Times, but in no other paper in the countrv.

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< • ¦ ¦ » TRACHEOTOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

< • ¦ ¦ » TRACHEOTOMY. That dangerous and difficult surgical operation, called in technical phrase, Tracheotomy, (making an opening in the windpipe,) was performed by Dr. Shields, of this place, on a child of Mr. Jacob Cole, twenty months old. About seventy-four hours before the operation was performed, the child was playing with a grain of corn, which, unfortunately, found its way into the trachea, or windpipe, where it lodged. The only possible hope for the child's life was suspended upon the operation above alluded to. Dr. S. being called, performed the operation with marked skill and success, leaving the little one out of danger, except that arising from irritation. We congratulate our young friend upon his success in the surgical line, and hope that those needing his services will not be slow to call for them.

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HACK TO BICE'S; LANDING [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

HACK TO BICE'S; LANDING Our friend and neighbor, THOMAS BRADLIY, is still running his Hack to Rice's Landing, and occasionally to Cameron for the convenience of his friends and the public. As be is obliging and pains-taking in his efforts to accommodate travellers, and has a careful, pleasant and experienced driver, he deserves a liberal share of patronage.

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EIGHT. FOB 0H0E. i [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

EIGHT. FOB 0H0E. i The New York Tribune is doubtless cor- ; rect, says the Washington Star, in inter- j preting the appointment of Edwin M. j Stanton. It means a deliberate reiteration ! from President Lincoln, ot tbe fact that j he designs, in the farther prosecution of i the war, to keep faith with the great m*ae ' —eight-tenths—of the army, who, while gladly taking up arms for the defence of theD»uonaihd.th«C^atit«tion,wt>«iai.l»»«« ; ST ^ i!? "Pyy.^ ^ aw.-.4laV waa^<papja^. s|p i SXiSZ^ 1 1

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TAXAfRMr. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 29 January 1862

TAXAfRMr. At the pfsMtit time, when there hi so much talk about high tai&i , and so MtMf persons fearing total bankruptcy, it might be profitable for our people to look b*tt the following statement of British taxation. We clip from The World t "In the years 1811 to 1815 the population of Great Britain was about 12,000,000, and the refiourcen'or the country had been drained by the exhausting process of an expensive war with France for about fifteen years, and yet the British people submitted to the following startling figures: 1812-*325,000,000 $125,000,000 1450,000.000 1813— 345,000,000 390,000.000 735,000,000 1814— 355,000.000 55,000,000 410,000,000 1815— 360.000,000 315,000,000 675,000,000 In 1811, when tbe above commenced, the national debt of Great Britain was $3,105,000,000, (three thousand one hundred and five millions of dollars,) and on February 1st, 1815, its account stood as follows: • £ s. d. English total debt, . 751,973,002 8 2J Irish unredeemed debt, 12...

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