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HITTING THE NAIL ON THE HEAD, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

HITTING THE NAIL ON THE HEAD, At the Democratic State Convention in New Hampshire the other day, ex-Governor Williams hit the nail exactly on the head by moving the following resolution: Resolved, That we denounce Northern abolitionism and Southern secession as the co-operating sources of our present calamities—alike treasonable to the constitution and inimical to the Union. The way to a restored Union and a respected constitution, with returning peace and prosperity, is through *£• overthrow, of. theeStaiiestobofB. •> •'•'

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ASSISTANT SE0EETAEIE8 OF WAB [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

ASSISTANT SE0EETAEIE8 OF WAB Secretary Stanton, in accordance with the law creating these posts, has appointed John Tucker, of Philadelphia, and P. H. Watson, Esq., of Washington city, his Assistants. They are both men of great energy and administrative ability.

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ftm fammprfomk. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

ftm fammprfomk. For the Messenger. HARRISBURG , Jan. 29th, 1862. MESSRS. E DITORS :—It matters but little who brought on this war—who were the instigators of this wicked rebellion, we must all pay for it, and taxation which heretofore in this State has been the cause of great comp laint is to be quadrupled. The interest upon the indebtedness of the United States before the year ends will not be short of one hundred and fifty millions of dollars. This amount apportioned among the loyal States will require the people of this State to raise some fifteen or twenty millions of dollars annually by taxation. This state of affairs may justly be attributed to fanaticism, which has never been known to be productive of a single good result. A fanaticism which has operated more as a curse than a benefit to the negro, and which will likely prove the same to the white man. In connection with this subject, Mr. Lowry, Senator from Erie, and a .Republican, offered a series of resolutions, call...

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fiett, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

fiett, On the of January, of Measles, after an illness of eight weeks, SARAH ELLEN ISINWNGER, aged 3* y e * ars, 7 months and 23 days, daughter-of John and Mary Isinmin ger, of Spring hill township. G_ Taesday, January 21 * 13-2, at her nsisVtaee in Cameron, Ya., JAM, wife oi flit* WHIyerd, aged 88 years:

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REGEmS AND 1-XPHroimES of GlffiENE COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

REGEmS AND 1-XPHroimES of GlffiENE COUNTY. M_st__MH„.-^-_-H-a-H _-_aa -M STEPHEN H. ADAMSON, Esq., Treasurer, In Account with the County or Greene, for the Tear I860, and previous Tears . Audited January, 1862. 1853. Collutort. Townships. Co. tax due. Since paid. Yet due. State tax. Since paid. Yet due. Justus South, Monongahela, 8 43 50 S 43 SO Stephen White, Jackson, 259 14 259 14 1853. Washington Dun, Washington, 44 17 44 17 1854. George Long. Perry, 13 00 IS 00 1855. John Greenlee, Morgan, 140 S3 140 S3 David Bare, Whitelev, 174 44 20 90 154 48 Dennis Meighcn, Wayne, n 06 11 08 1857. John Porter, Morgan, 91592 S 25 92 S 91 02 8 91 M ?Dennis Delany, Cumberland, 166 01 166 01 103 01 103 01 John Worthington, Franklin, 45 48 45 43 13 54 12 54 H. Stephens, Greene, 59 76 59 76 1858. John Greenlee, Morgan, 9 30 81 S 30 81 8138 47 126 47 James Acklin, Franklin, 123 37 123 37 Alexander Hennen, Gilmore, 4 75 4 75 16 76 16 76 Jesse Wells, Centre, 73 18 73 18 38 14 38 14 John Wright, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

Special ftotices. TO INVALIDS. Dr. WHITTLESY'S next professional visit to Waynesburg, will be made on Monday and Tuesday. I7th and 18th days of February. Office Eooms 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 diseases of the Bloody 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. S. PATTON, Main street, Waynesburg, Pa., attends to all branches of the Dental profession, unless advertised, in this paper, for other points. 1 is 1 BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. DR. THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will send to all who wish it (free of charge,) the recipe and full directions for making and using a beautiful vegelable Ralm, that will effectually remove PIMPLES, BLOTCHES, TAN, FRECKLES, Ac, &c, leaving the skin...

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ROLL OF HONOR. - — - [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

ROLL OF HONOR. - — - Receipt! on Subscription since J/*nm> ary let. „ „ Am't. Vol. No. 8.C. Orr .Esq. $» 50 3 « Peter Huffman 73 4 J Mrs. Sarah A. Hughes ISO J 53 D. Braden 5 00 3 26 Wm. Barnes 300 4 II Jesse Andrew 3 00 3 96 David Rush 1 jQ 3 nf Norman Powers 550 3 51 H. B. Silvens 4 00 3 38 George Mumoower--. 3 00 3' 30 Thomas Maple 1 QQ 4 7 E. Gondwiu 150 3 91 Isaac Shriver, Jr 350 B 53 Harvey Day ]00 3 7 T. P. Seaton 75 4 4 John Liudsey, Esq 3 00 3 53 Alpheus Temple 2 00 1 M Joseph McKerrihan 350 3 53 Barnet Neel 2 00 4 19 Job Throckmorton 5 00 3 20 James McKean 350 3 53 John G. Uinsmore 4 50 4 35 John A. Gordon, Esq 4 50 3 S3 Beth Goodwin 175 3 38 James Flenniken 500 4 10 Washington Dunn 3 SO 3 S3 Benjamin Huss 1 go 3 » James Kelley 150 4 39 John T. Hook, Esq 100 3 35 George Keigley, Jr 5 00 3 S3 Josiah Turner 2 60 2 15 Hiram Rinehart 504 3 30 Col. J. M. Bradford 150 4 53 Washington Pipes 150 3 53 Edward Barker, Esq 3 00 2 26 John Mason 5 00 3 30 John B. Gordon 5...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

THE GREAT CAUSE OF HTT jxi^.3xr nxisaiiv 11 Jutt Published in a Sealed Envelop ; Price Six Cenlt. A LECTURE, BY DR. CULVERWELL, ON THE CAUSE AND CURE of Spermatorrhea, Consumption, Mental and Physical Debility, Nervousness. Epilepsy, Impaired Nutrition of the Body, Lassitude, Weakness of the Limbs and the Back, Indisposition, and Incapacity for Study and Labor, Dullnes« of Apprehension, Loss of Memory, Aversion to Society, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Self-Distrust, Dizcineas, Headache, Affections ofthe Eyes, Pimples on the Face, Involuntary Emissions, and Sexual Incapacity, the Consequences of Youthful Indiscretion, etc., fcc. tD"Tliis admirable Lecture clearly proves that the above enumerated, often self-afflicted evils may be removed without medicine and without dangerous surgical operations, and should be read by every youth and every man in the land. Sent under seal to any address, in a plain sealed envelop, on the receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps, by addressing Dr....

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AUDIT0E GENEBAL. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

AUDIT0E GENEBAL. The "Genius of Liberty," "Washington Review," and other influential Democratic journals have expressed themselves as decidedly friendly to the nomination of Mr. PAULEY for the Auditor Generalship.— There is no more deserving Democrat in the State, and it would be but an act of justice to himself and the gallant Democracy of little Greene to put him in nomination. Let the West unite on him, and success is certain.

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E, A. McCOMELL, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

E, A. McCOMELL, ESQ. It will be seen, by his card in another column, that this gentleman, favorably known to our readers as District Attorney of the county, has opened an office in the new building recently erected on the corner of Main and Washington streets, and is prepared to give faithful attention to any professional business with which he may be entrusted. Mr. MCCOKNELL'S ability, integrity and acquirements render him a safe and excellent counsellor, and we hope to see his office crowded with clients.

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

FATAL ACCIDENT. We learn that on Monday the 27th ult., Mr. ADAM BOTTOMFIELD, an aged and estimable citizen of Morgan township, in this county, met with a fatal accident.— He was engaged in hauling saw-logs, and fell in attempting to get out ofthe way of one which he had started down hill, when it struck and passed over him, literally crushing his head to a jelly.

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EEVIVAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

EEVIVAL NEWS. Por the Messenger. MESSRS. EDITORS :—There is a great religious awakening going on in the M. P. Church, on Bobert's Run, this county.—. The meeting has been in progress two weeks, and it is possible, from present prospects, that it may continue two weeks longer. A large number of men and women have professed faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, and still there are a great many seekers at the altar. We devotedly pray that this gracious work may spread all through the country. R. H. S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

pajrateg iJraittjjiT C_ . . JR. W. JONES, > _„„_. .. JAS. S. JKSX1JSGS, J ¦* "•*•• '^ aaJgCSE^^^exew»^sssssssSTOCTWw>w^3vv '^^ "A sentiment not to he appalled, corrupted or ] compromised. It knows no baseness; it cowers to no danger; it oppresses no weakness. Destructive only of despotism, It is the sole conservator of liberty, labor and property. It is the sentiment of freedom, of equal rights, of eqnal obligations—the law of nature pervading the law of the land." WAYNESBURG, PA. ~~ Wednesday, Feb. 5, 1862.

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CONGRESSIONAL PATRIOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

CONGRESSIONAL PATRIOTISM. The Congressional House of Representatives abolish the franking privilege, and every body was surprised at the selfdenial and patriotism of the act. The surprise and admiration, however, were a little premature, for Congress did not intend to make any self-sacrifice at all.— Though the franking privilege is abolished, the postage of the members is all provided for in a special appropriation of $20,000.— While Congress is thus endeavoring to fasten the cost of their private correspondence upoi the people, they have also a proposition to tax every man's newspaper, thereby depriving a large portion of the community, especially the readers of cheap journals, of the advantages of taking a newspaper, in consequence of its increased cost.

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WAflHHf&gQJ IEV8, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

WAflHHf&gQJ IEV8, ^V *B FTO0ffifflam"ffi\r |ier.. month which t4^t^tt$si0ned officers of tin evrriij: -vrill be Bn,bject^ d.to, if the 8wi*te " bill passes both houses will be -$ekfollows: Preteid Proposed pay. pay. lUHrr 9rner4l....... 4469 T*> 300 BiMsdier General *» *> 340 ^SrSnel .v........... 518 00 200 "-lafcieiiant Colonel 194 00 180 Major - 175 00 150 Qslptain 118 50 120 JS* LreMefiant ; 108 50 100 tteond Lieutenant 103 SO 80 fiorgeon'General 228 33 200 Burgeons, ten years' Bervice.. 223 00 180 tJarge-OTis , less than ten years 181 00 150 Surfeoaa, tire yemrt' service 137 00 120 gurgeons, less than five years 120 00 100 fevymaster General.. 228 33 200 Deputy Paymaster General.. 211 00 180 JS^naaUster 187 00 150 Chaplain — 80 aVU military storekeepers... — 120 FBATTD TO BE PUNISHABLE WITH DEATH. Tke Committee on the conduct of thfe war have resolved to advise the immediate passage of a bill to punish with death any person who commits a fraud upon...

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The Anaoonda Ooils Again. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

The Anaoonda Ooils Again. The New York Times publishes, fis from the "hi g hest authority," a letter dated at Washington, from Which we take the following extract: "I write warmly about Gen. McCleltan, because I know and love the man. Tour suggestion to attack Manassas, Oven at the risk of defeat, on the ground that We had better be beaten than rot to pieces, is not like your tfBual good sense. Any military man would tell you that to hurl our forces against those strong entrenchments would be sheer madness. But Gen. ^McClellan has them caught in their own trap. They are like a fox Ja a burrow with one hole, where they must soon be forced out, and then Gen. McClellan will fall upon them like a thunderbolt. The public will not then complain of his want <jf energy. I tell you it will be so fearful as to have wailing and mourning go up from every Southern household: Knowing what I do, and having thus but barely hinted at as the grand plan ofthe campaign, I repeat that the...

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Another Financial Soheme, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

Another Financial Soheme, The refusal of the Committee of Ways and Means to sanction the financial scheme of Mr. Chase and the Bank Presidents, has led to the presentation of a new plan, which it is said can pass Congress: 1. An issue of demand notes to meet the wants ofthe people for currency, not to exceed three hundred millions, receivable for Government due ' s, and convertible into six per cent, bonds. 2. An issue of six per cent. Bonds, payable in twenty years—all other Bonds convertible into these, so as to have but one form of funded securities. ~3. A revenue bill to raise by excise and impost duties two hundred millions of dollars. 4. Specie to be received by Government on deposit, and certificates issued therefore, payable at any of the Government depositors in the country. . 5. Registered bank notes to be issued for circulation to corporations or individuals, 8a pledge of Government stocks. 6. No direct taxation , if there is a reasonable assurance of two millions o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

. «teto' Owtall Oatsnt £t (Wk MTSHBLB OF OATS wanted. AH time •/s5£UUl/ fcaowvof ttssaueHes indebted to the nrm of JIADLEY * WBBB ene hereby notified that they wilrreeeive Oat* add Meat, at market prieea, ror debu -due than, if auwrrta* (aside two weeki, and if net, the* will ateaae kriag na tbe one thing neadrol, ai we maM bctTuBoar ttedc and cannot do It without mone£T7 BRADfceYfcWBBB. QoUSSj lotk E»e«e»tor'8 Notice. LBnaaauaaaanaaaentary having; been granted to the nMSSdia* the eetale of Jotm Olyroer, law .r q_TrStri5ilr. -TT-" -"r—*— farfefcted tosmd jgJ^jBH. sjaeeotor , of Oreene townatriph. luunr iwrrtcBi rn bMk* a** account* of A.W*W»**. CO., ™ ZSSahi W.U'a fm MSJlwrTT' All per-^ iffaf T^ SffeSy STjMBl ' r tnV ——- tbat ^XlS a^ W SSpej iniV MMH. ¦lasMi ¦¦ ! ¦ wSmmm nrlwr rw«f«*|w,*» »''1 ^^ S^^^ mmtr&

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

Ofthe Eatate of Elizabeth Hatfield, deceased, will exypaeto public««te,hy.»«yti«», »» >„ • ¦;., Saturda j, lfc» Stb. of telueMrf, $MBv ea tbe priuna—> a pnreel of laad, ehuate in Franklin township, s*M o*»e*y, aheat TWELVE ACRES, adjoining lead* of Charles Adameon, Henry Zimmerman and other*, on which there i* a frame dwelling home. Term* made known on day of sale. THOMAS APAmON. Jan. It, 1803. Administrator. Safe of Real Estate. BY VIRTUE of a renewed Order of the Orphans' Court of Greene county, there will be offered at public sale, on the premises, on Thursday, the 13th day of March next, the following described real estate, late tbe propert y of RICHARD CHAPMAN, deceased, to-wit: A TRACT OF LAND, situate in Aleppo township, Greene county, adjoining lands of Lewis Miller, John Plitcher, P. R. Chapman and others, containing ONE HUNDRED ACRES, more or less, about thirty of which are cleared, and on which are erected a log dwelling bouse, one and a half stories high,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 5 February 1862

X>T virtue_of an Otter ofibe Orphan*.' CMZfr OJ to sale by public auction, on tbe premises, on Tuesday, the 11th day of February, 1863. a tract of land, situate in Cumberland township, adjoining land* of Henry Bharpnack, Uriah Kinehait, other tends of deceased, and others, containing 128 AORB», asora er less, wtneh ha* erected thereon' a two story dwelling house, log barn and other outbuilding*, baa an apple orchard , Is Well watered and timbered, arid well adapted to agricultural purpose*. ALSO, On tbe nnc day, on the premises, a tract of land aaoining tbat above-mentioned, Henry Bharpnack, Uriah Riuehart, and others, containing 13* ACRES. more or less, and has a frame house and stable erected tiiereon, and is well watered and timbered. ALSO, Ou Wednesday, 12th of February, 1862, On the premises, a tract of laud adjoining the borough of Carmichaels, Henry Jamison, James C. Neel and James Hufty, oontaining 81 ACRES, more or less, which has erected thereon a commodloas brick...

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