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*-ssve> e> » STEWAED. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

*-ssve> e> » STEWAED. ELIJAH ADAMS , Esq., of this place, has been appointed, by the Directors, Steward of the Poor Farm and House of Employment the coming year. We understand the County is to pay him $365 per annum, meet the table expenses of his family, and furnish him with one hand for the house and another for the farm. Mr. ADAMS is a man of strict integrity, and we trust will make an efficient Superintendent. There were some 28 applicants for the position, and any quantity of first-rate material among them.

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. . ^ m m . ¦ . HAMILTON HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

. . ^ m m . ¦ . HAMILTON HOUSE. We understand that SAMUEL HARTZELL , Esq., well known to most of our readers as the gentlemanly and excellent host of the "Greene House," has rented the above popular and commodious hotel,'and will take possession on the 1st of April next.— No landlord in the county knows better how to cater to the taste and administer to the comforts of guests than friend HARTZELL , and under his supervision we have no doubt the "Hamilton" will drive a successful business. The house, we learn, is to be handsomely refitted.

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THE WAR TAT [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

THE WAR TAT In the IT. 8. Senate, the resolution of the House declaring it to be the purpose of Congress to impose a war tax of one hundred and fifty millions of dollars, was passed by a vote of 39 to 1. Pennsylvania's share of this tax is estimated at $20,000,000. If the tax is levied upon the same objects as the present State tax, the amount to each individual tax-payer will be about fifteen times as much as he now pays. This will be the case not only for a year, but for a considerable time to come, with, probably, an annual increase.

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A SENSIBLE JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

A SENSIBLE JUDGE. At the recent teem of the Bergen county Court, New Jersey, Judge Elmer, of that district, delivered a charge in relation to treason, which was remarkable for its firm adherence to law, and to the spirit of liberty. He charged that it k a right, which every eitum has, to freely orMetae, to afffceve or cmneeni, the aete umitmm one of an svimiakteatioB , witheat «*- >*tiMs^t*U» easjrifflom ofbetfjg di#- kgeJ to hie mm*, m «¦ ii ¦I >J . Mm H* Heto tberteesj. afiftjh teeam.

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Sfem&, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

Sfem&, On the evening of the 28th of January, by Elder C. Whitlach, Mr. SPKNCBR PARSON, of Marshal] co., Va., to Miss ELIZABZTH, daughter of Mr. Henry Graham, of Franklin township, Greene co., Pa. On Tuesday evening, February 4tb, by the Rev. 8. T. Stewart, W. N. MOKGAN to Mies KA«, daughter of the late Rev. A. M. Brvan, of Allegheny. On the 30th of Jaanary, 1862, by Rev. William HWM, Mr. B. B. Sana, to Miss CHAALom LOCB, all of Jefferson, Greene County, Fa. Om TkeaeeW y, TMWII ttth, 1884, by B* v. Job* M'CKeAeek, Mr. Jaac JJUMM,

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,— , . ^ ? > m — — — THE INVESTIGATION OF CORRUPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

,— , . ^ ? > m — — — THE INVESTIGATION OF CORRUPTIONS. The committee which is engaged in ferreting out the actors in the abuses that existed previous to the recent change at the War Department are appalled at the field which opens to their view. Combinations were formed, and systematic arrangements planned for plundering the Treasury on a scale of greater magnitude than ever be fore was brought to light. Some of these base jobbers were men of influence and reputation, who traitorously used the confidence placed in them to betray and despoil the Government. The revelations that will be made will startle the public mind. The names of parties in Philadelp hia and New York are associated with frauds which, if clearly proved, will entitle their names to be placed on the roll of infamy.

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W0ED8 OF WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

W0ED8 OF WISDOM. ¦¦ The following extract of a speech o f Pericles, of ancient Grecian renown, on the detection of Eucoba and Magara, con tains much truth in a small compass. It is peculiarly appropriate at the present time. He says: No state can be respected if fragment after fragment be detached from it with impunity ; if traitors are permitted to delude and discompose the contented, and to seduce the ignorant from their allegiance ; if loyalty is a weakness, sedition a duty, conspiracy wisdom, and rebellion heroism.

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TESTIMONIAL OF RESPE0T TO HENRY PETHTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

TESTIMONIAL OF RESPE0T TO HENRY PETHTEL. For the Messenger. Thomas Henry Pethtel, a worthy private of our Company, died at Camp Kelley, Grafton, Virginia, on the 10th of January, 1862, after a long and protracted attack of Measles. Resolved, That it is with the deepest, regret, and the most profound sorrow, that we chronicle his death. Resolved, By the officers and privates of Company F, 7th Va., Regiment, that in the death of H. Pethtel we experience the loss of a worthy soldier, an agreeable companion in arms, and a most worthy gentleman. Resolved, That though he died of disease, he was none the less a patriotic, brave and noble soldier; nor was his death rendered any the less glorious. Resolved That we deeply sympathize with his parents and friends in their bereavement. Resolved, That copies of the above be sent to the Greene County papers. Captain J. B. MORRIS, Sergeant ELI BRANT, Corporal G. W. SHOUGH. For the Messenger. MCCALL'S DIVISION, PA. R. C. ) CAMP Pisfipoi.vr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

TO CONSTABLES, AND ALL OTHERS IHTERE8TED. IT WILL be seen by reference to toe Be solution adapted by the Board of Auditors of Greene county, at its late annual settlement, and published in lb* Messenger of the 5th Inst., that the County Treasurer is required to proceed at one to the collection ef outstanding State and coumv tales for previous years, so that at the next annual settlement, NO CREDIT NEED HE ASKED FOR UNCOLLECTED TAXES. The Acts of 3d Ai-ril, 1851. and 8th May. 1855, make >' the tzfrets duty of the Treasurer, at the expiration ot t'aur mouths from tbe date of Constables' warrants, to proceed, by suit upon their official bonds, to collect any taxes which they may have neglected to receive and pay over; s*4 aUo declare last. mj>»* •<{ sack sunt, suck delinquent Constables or Collector* shall pap interest at the rate of twelve per cent, per annua*. Undei these positive requirements of law and. sjse Board of Auditors; no discretion is left with tna T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

Special gcte. TO INVALIDS. Dr. WHITTLESY'S next professional visit to Waynesburg, will be made on Monday and Tuesday, 17th and 18th days of February. Office Booms 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, ail diseases of 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. ——^?«J» . . Dental.—Dr. 8. S. PATTON , Main street, Waynesburg, Pa., attends to all branches of the Dental profession, unless advertised, in this paper, for other points. i a s> i BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. DR. THOMAS F. CHAPMAN will send to all who wish it (free of charge,) the reci|ie and full directions for making and using a beautiful vegetable Balm, that will effectually remove PIMPLES, BLOTCHES, TAM , FKCCKLU, dec, see, leaving the skin smoot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

ftSsgai^^ ^ ^ " ^ ^ ^^xccotor's lfatlce. > ui^raignetrupon itae c^,C^te^#^3 jof Gsofine township, dec*a, ^pei^ft^fflfleweta ttSTRflr e8t<|eiW required to make immediate payment, and all persons having claims against the said estate are required to present the in properly authenticated for settlement. LINDBEY CLYMER, ifittr. *i-f86l. Executor, of Greene towiislijph. Sale of Real Estate. BY VIRTUE k a renewed Cfrfer of ttfe Orphans' Court of Oreene county,,there will be offered at publi&*tit, on the premises, on Ttrarad&y, tlie 13th day of Maton uext, tljt* followmg described real estate, late the property of RICHARD ttlAPMAK. deceased, to-wiw A-^AOT J>F LAND; ^uattjju Al ^ epiJflito .V-n^htp, Greene cmiiiiv, adjoining fends of Le^vjp Ip i.. .ff, John Plitcher, P. R ". Cuapmuii and others, containing, ONE HUNDRED ACRES, more or less, about thirty of which are cleared, aud on which are erected a Jog dwelling house, one and a half stories high, a l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

HAAS & CO., ABtBHOTYPE AND PHOTOGRAPH ARTISTS, Guyeri' BuIiatugTi Up Stairs, TJpICTUitES taken in all kinds of weather. TERMS Waynesb>^?OcV *)th, !«61. WAYNESBURG STEAM MI1X. WM. ROGERS r ' esneetfiillv iiiforins his friends and the public that he has teased fte NEW STEAM MILL at vVaylrVesbuit, ,.^-,. Wnjre be *ili always be found ready to accoinmouatc all who may call on the shortest notice. Grinding done on the same terms.as by water mills. FLOUB and FEED kept c'oijrftiir'y on hand. Orders for either can be left at the Mil) or at Veaior's store. [Jan. 29, lBCi THE CiUEAT CAUSE Of DHCTT3vi-(a.jxr jMcisaBmr t • Jutt Published in a Sealed Envelop ; Price *'ix Cents. A LECTURE, BY DR. CULVERWEI.L, ON THE CAUSE AND CURE of Spermatorrhoea, Consunjaiyoh, Mental and Phyt;i«-aJ Debility. Nervousness, BpJwpsy, Impaired Nutrition of the ttudy. Lassitude, Weakness of the...Limbs and the Hack. Iudiriixisiuon, and Incapacity for Study and L:ibor, Dullne!»s of Apprehension, Lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

laOf HL|IK A . LJ^^SltorsH^p. of O.Ed yssiW __^^- ^ "jdassf*- MEET in Waynesburg, in Allison's Hull, opposite the Court House, 011 Thursday evening of each week, at 7} o'clock. OFFICERS: , .„*„,„.,..«ij. - n r> lu I' BARNES, N. G. DA VII) BUCHANAN, P. G. J .f , PORTER, V. G. J. F. TE>tr-i.E. Sec'y. B. F. IlKKKINoToN . Trcas. W. A. POUTER, Chaplain. Nov. 6, 1861. JD*T^3 ^0Sf GOOD3 AT MINOR & CO.'S r |1ITE Fanijprs* and Mei-lianica' Exchaiiffe are now J_ opening ;i v«ry large and well selected stuok of FALX; A NO WINTER DRY GOODS, VV'liich have beu»i [turrhaseii on such terms as will enahlethein to sell at LOWKR PRICKS than ever. LADIES' DRESS GOODS In endless variety. Their stock of Silks, Merinoes i'f.'iinand Figured Delains, Plaids. Grey f.'mtds; iu shor every descri|rtiou of Ladies * Wear is large. A sii|)plvos FA.SIIIOXAULE MILLIXKRV GOODS. IJoiiiieis, Uiblinns, Flowers. Feathi.-r^, lionnet Velvets and Silks. IVEOURNIBTG GOODS , &.C, ¦ I miuriii....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

NEW FALLSWiNTMODS AT GEO. HOSKIXSON'S. Bea«t>-, Fashion and Cheapness Combined. HAS just received from the Eastern Cities a liirse stm:k nf^r;>>.,nah!e goods, among wliich may be eiiumentteri Dress Goods, Dress Trimmings , IMCuslin Delaines, Trench Ginghams, Barage Delaines. Domestic Cringbams, Bleached Muslins, Brown Muslins, Cloths and Cassimeres, Presh Family Groceries, Tish, Sait, Hardware, Queensware, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c, &c, TI '^'-'MK.) vviih a vari/.'!}1 ui'A'i I'l'liiA's. C 'sl"in<'r.s .nul the public generally an: invited In (•;'!! and oxaiiiine his a?soitmeiit uf (ioods. tiolil tllfap fur cash, orcuilnlry produc*. f.'EOUOE II0SK1XSON. " Wayneslmri:, ?,ov (i, l'-lil-aui. 1862. 1862. ¦PITTSBrRGII AS.MiXAtS. liKWLS DAY ¦ HAS just riM-eiv.-il a I,ir»e lot of Piitrhnrah Alntuti:ic* Utr fNU, f/rice !i tails. I'tmitlry fitfirakeeuer* will he: supulieil hy the »ro*s «>r do/, at I'ittsburL'ii |Mi'i^. Also, a gen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

WATCHES AfrD JEWEUIT. S. M. BAILY:-Main street, one door East of the old Bank BuitdiBf. I keeps always on hand a large and elegant assortment of Watches and Jewelty. JIT-ltenairing of Clocks, Watches anil Jewelry wilf receive prompt attention. iDec. 15, Jbtil—ly. DR. X. P. SHIELDS, PRACTICING PHYSICIAN. Ottlce in the old Roberts' Building, opposite Day't Book Store. i Waynesburg, Jan. 1, lStil. DR. A- G. CBOSS [ ~W"Ori.l) verv respectfully tender his services as a >> PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, to the people of ' . U :i\ nc-hurg and vicinitv. He hopes by a due appreciation oniuiiianJife and' health, and strict attention to' Uusiues*. to merit a share of public patronage. Waynesliorst. January s, 1862 ••¦¦¦¦""¦¦¦¦¦¦¦BaHMaBBBHHHaaaaaHHHaa«aaaaaaMa««a-' LIXDSEY'S niPROVIv!) BLOOD SEARCHER. A STANDARD MKIUCINE fur the s»e,.t.y. radical and erft'ctuai cure ol all diseases arising from IMPUKITV OF THE HLOOl). This medicine has wnuiirht the most miraculous ettree in despera...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

a '':m MWM^^ «TJY VIRTUE of a writ of fieri Facias issued out of . I * > the Court of Coniiiion Pleas of Oreene county, i Ttlio to me directed, tuere will lie Mposed to puBIic SaW] at tin: Court House iu Wavneshurp, on THURSDAY, ¦ ' THE 20th DAY OF FEBRUARY next, at one o'clock, ; |P 'J^e r ii *^f ,iaS5 .aaliaia.of HfedattCfet !¦ ant of, iu aiutJ" a certain lot ol ground in the Borough I of ^raykucMre, aWeene tmuily,rPa.v»iljofafetfci «CI I Joseph Met'nnnell on the p 'outli, Washington street : ! on Hie East, lot of Wm. T. E Welili on the North, and lots of .lessn (.atear, Harvey Da> and others on the j i West, cbiuoininjoiip R?'e, niore,of less. j Taken iu execution as the property of Peter Brown, I i at the suit ol John C. Fleuniken. j i THOMAS LUCAS, Sheriff, i j Sheriff's Ornre, Waynestmry, Fell. 5, I8C2 ! 1 ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE: j JAMES S. McCLELI.AM) having made to the un- ' dersiyned un ussijiument of his goods and chattels, ; t rights and credits, for the benefi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

\. 'iiuBMnTiiigyri1 '!"^ THE subscriber has left all his Books and accounts in the hands of R. W. JONES, at the Messenger Office, for settlement and collection, where they will remain until the First o'' February next, (1862.) All accounts unsettled at that time will he left in the hands of an officer for immediate collection. This is short oWti Wjt J»«ti«_acieei*t*\*kW«r *M «HB<Haj;„ #«d MUSTBE CLOSED Call early, if.you want to save **ts - i. i , .'. ,t ' ¦ . ' W«. T. H. PAULEY. P. S—1 have eiteiKito tlie above time until MARCH first lsra; , Dec 25, 1861; I.AST WOTIC'E! rpHE books and arrnnnts of A. INtillRAM & CO., J. are left at Esquire VVebli's for settlement. All persons indebted to said nriu are respectfully notimul that unless their account are settled by Ibelst nf March, they will be colleileil by hm\ Persons interested will please lake notice and f»nvcrn themselves accordin»ly. Jan. 2u, 180-2. A. INGHRAM Si CO. ^iltsbrgl ^boertiscments. H-. H. ErXTXaG-ESH...

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-dHteBElTOEB OF BILOXI. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

-dHteBElTOEB OF BILOXI. By recent adyi»e* Jroaa. ' our forces at Sfo f ffsfantrat ttte niotttli of me Mississippi, - vte learn that Commar tier Snlith liad demanded the suri'eader of Biloxi; it was complied with, and a detapboiaiit otf ie»m«i «ud marines landed. A small sand battery wis destroyed, arid two guns, a nine and six-pounder were brought off. Tho place was found to * bo almost deserted by the white population, bat was " crowded by colored mtsii , women aud children. The stnWdner Captain Speddori, 1'dRded wftnMninber. was also captured and brought out by the Henry Iiewis.— SheMfc . a very useful prize—the hiitiber i»eing much needed by tlie Army Quartermaster for the construction of storehouses, and the scheqner making a servicable lig hter. Both have1 Been transferred to the Quarter - mas.ter*t a HlutltiOn fixed by a board bfSnrvey. GjNiLEijfEss OF ADDRESS.—It is a \rifif greht and fatal mistake in j)er-Bons,whp,attempt to convince or recoricke dpieis to their J»ai...

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terrible Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 12 February 1862

terrible Accident. Kobert Bell, son of Samuel, was instantly killed the other day by a discfcarge of a rifle in his own hands, at Sewton Hamilton, near theHuntingdjBO cotmty line. It seems he desired t*kaow whether the gun was loaded, -and adopted, the foolish expedient of pressiftg Ws foot on the hammer and blowing in the muzzle. The hammer slipped and discharged the load, driving the ball through his brain. He Avaaabout eig hteen years of age.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

THE WAYNESBURG MESSENGER , j PUBLISHED BY i E. W. JONES & JAMES S. JEiDrnTGS,! AT WAYNESBUKG, GREENE CO., PA. . L S7-OPFICK NEARLY OPPOSITE THE , PUBLIC SQUARE. XO j »3auaS3 j SUBSCRIPTION—SI SO in advance; SI 75 at the ex- piration of six inonllis; $2 no within the year; S3 50 after the expiration of the year. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at SI 00 per square fur three ineertiunefcud 25 centaasquare(breach additional Insertion; (ten lines or less couired a square.) QI7* A liberal deduction made to yearly advertisers. Ip-Jon PMNTiNo.ofnil kinds, executed in the best style, ani on reasonable terms, at the"Messcngcr" Job offlc?.

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