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"LEGISLATIVE 00EEUPTI0N." [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

"LEGISLATIVE 00EEUPTI0N." We have a very sensible article on the above subject, from one of our correspondents, which we are compelled to defer till next week. It will lose none of its interest by the postponement. J5®°Friday last was Valentine's Day.— Some Abolition donkey sent us his portrait. His ears are of the usual length, and the likeness throughout is no doubt a capital one. If the fellow jmUs as badly of "Samba" as most trrpRs of the niggerloving genus do now-a-days, we would not care much about having him pass between us and the wind. : ! | IfipThe Albany Argus truly remarks ' that "the treason of Abolitionism is daily : becoming more and more rampant, as President Lincoln shows, a disposition to prosecute this war on the platform of the Constitution. The issue is becoming daily more clearly defined between the President and the friends of the Constitution, on the one side, and those who desire to revolutionize the government of our fathers, on the other. Let Democ...

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Special ^totkes. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

Special ^totkes. 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. ¦ IS I 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 vegetable Balm, that will effectually remove PIMPLES, BLOTCHES, TAN, FRECKLES, &c, &c, leaving the skin smooth, clean and beau tiful; also, full directions for using PELATREAU'S CELEBIUTED STIMULANT, warranted to start a full growth of Whiskers, or a Mustache, in less than thirty days Either ofthe above can be obtained by return mail, by addressing (with stamps lor return postage,) Dr. THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Practical Chemist, 831 Broadway, New York. Jan 23—2m. THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF A SUFFERER.—Published as a warning, and for the es pecial benefit ot Young Men and those who suffer with Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Pr...

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TEIBUTE OF EESPE0T. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

TEIBUTE OF EESPE0T. CAMP PIERPONT, VA., ) Feb. 10th, 18C2. j WHEREAS, WILLIAM EVANS, of Greene county, Pa., a member of our company, has been taken from us by disease, terminating jn death; therefore, be it Resolved, By the officers and members of Co. F, that in his death we feel the loss of an agreeable companion in arms, and a worthy and exemplary member of our corps. Resolved, That we hereby tender our sympathies to the relatives and friends of the deceased, suggesting, as a consolation, that he died an honorable death in a glorious cause: and though not spared to strike for his country in the heated conflict, yet, in his case, the patriotism of the will is equal to the patriotism of action, and we honor his memory for the former, as much as we lament his deprivation of the latter. Capt. J. HARVEY RAY, T. F. REPPERT, B. K. HIGINBOTHAM. DIED, in St. Louis, January 27th, 18G2, GEORGE D. BARNS, son of Thomas A. Barns, formerly of Greene county, Pa., in the 19th year of his age...

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

JE*OXl 1862 . IN THE begin ling of the last year, when its present proprietors assumed control of the Knick. e^"00cker they announced their determination to spar^ n0 pains to place it in its true position as the '.eauing literary Monthly in America. When rebe'Vion had raised a successful front, and its armies Uireatened the very existence of the Republic, it i;,as impossible to permit a magazine, which in its circulation reached the best intellects in the land, to remain insensible or indifferent to the dangers which threatened the Union. Ttie proprietors according gave notice that it would present in its pages, forcible expositions with regard to the great question ofthe times—how to preserve the UNITED STATES OP AMERICA in their integrity and unity. How fiu tr- .is pledge has been redeemed, the public must JV' .uge. It would, however, be mere affectation to ignore the seal of approbation which has been placed on these efforts. The proprietors gratefully acknowledge this, and it ...

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Dfemir, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

Dfemir, On Sabbath evening, the 9th inst., by John A. Billingsby, Esq., at the residence of the bride's father, near Mt. Morris, Mr. LRVI A. MORRIS to Miss • SAMANTHA J. BROWN, all of Perry township, Greene county, Pa. January 6th, by John I. Worley, Esq., Mr. JESSE MARSHALL to Miss ROSA RINKHART, all of Waynesburg, Greene Co., Pa. By the same, on January 30th, Mr. WILLIAM Fl. JOHNSON, to Miss SARAH A. MCDOUUAL , all of Wayne tp., Greene co., Pa. By the same, on February, 6th, 1862, Mr. WILLIAM W. TENANT , to Miss MARV A. CORE, all of Monongalia county, Va. By the same, on January 28th, Mr. NICHOLAS MCGRORGAN, of Allegheny county, Pa., to Mrs. DEBORAH COSGRAY of Greene county, Pa.

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

TO COUNTRY OEAtERS. SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY - A.T ' W & OI I ZSS^.I J IB. THE subscriber has always on hand Osgood's and McGuffey's Spellers and Readers, Ray's Arithmetics, Piiineo's Grammars, Stoddard's Mental Arithmetics*, Bibles and Testaments, Letter and Cap Papers, Commercial Note Papers, Envelops, Blank Books, Pass Books, Steel Pens and Holders, School Copy Books, School Slates, Ink and Inkstands, Bonnet Hoar<is, &e., ic. IryU-ilUL DISCOUNT FOR CASH. V, .^., - 3 pained ind delivered to anv part of the city. ROBERT S. DAVIS, Feb. 19—2111. 93 Wood street, Pittsburg, Pa. Administrator's Notice. LETTERS of Administration having been granted to the undersigned upon the estate of JANE WATSON, dee'd, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to said estate, to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same will present them, properly authenticated, for settlement. DANIEL DONLEY, February 19, 1862. Administrator. Administrators' ...

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

PagTOlmrg Ifemttp R. W. JONES, > JAS. S. JENNINGS, \ Editors. "A sentiment not to be appalled, corrupted or compromised. It knows no baseness; it cowers to no clanger; 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 equal obligations—the law of nature pervading the law of the land." WAYNESBURG, PA. Wednesday, Feb. 19, 1862.

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EE00ED Y0TJK DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

EE00ED Y0TJK DEEDS. Persons holding Deeds should have them recorded, if they want to retain an indisputable title to their property. Disputes "/itliout numher, and expensive and tedious law-suits is many instances, grow out of not having conveyances recorded. For be it remembered that if a deed is not recorded within six months after its acknowledgement, the person from whom the property is bought may make a second and secret conveyance of it, and if the second deed is first recorded, it renders the first deed worthless. This leaves the first buyer no recourse but by suit for fraud against the party from whom he purchased. This trouble and many others would be spared purchasers if they would immediately put their deeds on record; and this may be done at small expense. Let none of our readers neglect this important matter longer, if they have conveyances in their possession. Many persons are in favor of imposing a heavy tax on unrecorded Deeds, and the matter is talked of in th...

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ffM. T. H. PAULEY, [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

ffM. T. H. PAULEY, We most cheerfully subscribe to the move made by the Waynesburg Messenger, in favor of Wm. T. II. Pauley, Esq., for Auditor General.— It is due to the county of Greene that her claims be respected. In the person of Mr Pauley, we have a gentleman in all respects qualified for the position. Western Pennsylvania has the rig ht to a choice and no county in the State is better entitled to the man than Greene. If Democratic little Clarion is led by any in a political point of view it is by Greene alone. Her valiant Democracy never falters, never gives heed to isms or factions, but on all occasions rolls up a majority that strikes terror to the hearts ofthe enemy.— Give us friend Pauley as nominee with another as popular for Surveyor General, and the tried and true Democracy of the State, now united, will march onward to victory that will insure the Old Keystone true to her former standing as tho most reliable among the Democratic States of the Union. The following...

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RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES of HK£E!!ie0UNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES of HK£E!!ie0UNTY. STEPHEN H. ADAMSON , Esq., Treasurer, In Account with the County of Greene, for the Tear 1S60, and previous Tears Audited January, 1862. j 1852. ' Collectors- Townships. Co. tax due. Since paid. Vet due. State tax. Since paid. Vet due. Justus South, Monongahela, 8 43 50 $ 43 56 Stephen White, Jackson, 259 14 259 14 1853. Washington Dun, Washington, 44 17 44 17 1854. George Long. Perry, 13 00 13 0u 1855. John Greenlee, Morgan, 140 53 140 53 David Bare, Whiteley, 174 42 20 00 154 42 Dennis Meighcn, Wayne, u oti 11 00 185T John Porter, Morgan, $ 25 92- 3 25 92 S 91 02 $ 91 02 *Dennis Delany, Cumberland, 160 01 1G6 01 103 01 103 01 John Worthington, Franklin, 45 4S 45 48 12 54 12 54 II. Stephens, Greene, 59 78 59 70 1858, John Greenlee, Morgan, S 30 81 S 30 81 S126 47 120 47 i James Acklin, Franklin, 123 37 123 37 Alexander Hennen, Gilmore, 4 75 4 75 16 76 16 70 Jesse Wells, Centre, 73 18 73 18 38 14 38 14 John Wright, Richhill, c 230 88...

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Oft fewtatiiftMb Stat [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

Oft fewtatiiftMb Stat Mr. George Catlin has written a bovit called "The Breath of Life, or Jtal-Respi ration and its Effects upon tfie Bnjoyinents and Life of Man," the object of which is to warn mankind against the "disgusting and dangerous habit of sleeping with the mouth open" He learned the habit of sleeping with his mouth shut among the Indian tribes. He gives a.ghastly catalogue of the evil consequences which result from keeping the mouth too much open, including decaying teeth, tainted breath, diseased lungs, pallid, cheeks, polypus in the nose—this last feature, not being travelled over by the breath, becoming the feai. of disease, . iust as roads which are not used become overgrown with weeds. Mr. Catiin says: ".It is one of the misfortunes of civilisation that it has too many amusing and exciting things tor the mouth to say, and too many delicious things for it to taste, to allow of its being Closed during the day; the mouth, therefore, has too little reserve for t...

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Take Cold. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

Take Cold. A" cold" is not necessarily, says the Scientific American, the result of Ibw or high temperature. A person may go directly from a hot bath into a cold one, or into snow, even, and not take cold, by pouring a couple of table-spoonsful of water upon some partof his dress, or by standing in a door, or other opening, where one part ofthe body is colder than another. Let it be kept in mind that uniformity of temperature over the whole body is the first thing to bo looked after. It is the uniform circulation of some part. If you must keep a partially wet garment ou, it would be well, perhaps, to wet the whole of it uniformly. The feet are a great source of colds, on account of the«wariable temperature they are subjected to. Keep them always dry and warm, and avoid drafts of air, hot or cold, wet spots on the garments, and other direct causes of unequal temperature, and keep the system braced lip by plenty of sleep, and the eschewing of debilitating food and drinks, and yo...

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The Treatment of Diptheria. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

The Treatment of Diptheria. We notice that this insiduous disease is becoming quite prevalent in some parts of the country. It is a malady that if not arrested at its very outset, is almost certain to prove fatal. As soon as the first symptoms appear, a physician should be instantly summoned. Meantime, until the doctor arrives, temporary relief can be afforded by gargling the throat every ten minutes with a strong decoction of common salt and viater. Make it as strong as the patient can endure it without strangling, say a teaspoonful of salt to two tablespoonsful of water. In many instances this simple remedy has been known to entirely ckeck the disease, without the aid of any further prescription.

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

PATENTED NOVEMBER 1, 1859. | j * ¦ *j sfiH SHE MEASURES ARE A. .** ¦> aHlsfps anrond the seek. B to B, the Tttke. V to D, distance (round the tody under the armpits CW-C tfee sleeve*. B to E, the length of Shirt. , BAXiItOTT'S PATOVriS /MfSOVKD fgEICB YOKE 8BIRTS. 4 JV«» StyU *f Skirt, Wamntad U Kt. tWtMM ••*•*«* of •»* »»w wSe Qt*Un .M»d SrrS?£Snsn Mrt artteVa*M#Bta>«* tt SS^jllP i3 ST: ffi y ^*£ ^^%£ * ifiv»BrHb iix jrawry ^^r *

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

Tfltfl ¦Bhscriber has toft all his Books and accounts X in the hand* of B. W. JONES, at the Memnrer OBee, for settlement and collection, where they will amain until the First o ' February next, (ISM.) All accounts unsettled at that time will be left in the hand* of a» officer tor immediate collection. This is short notice, bat the accounts are of long standing, and MUST BE CLOSfiD. Call early, if you want to save eo*u. W.T. n. PAULEY. P. a.—I have extended the above lime until MAKCH first 18nS. Uec. 35, 1861. CAST NOTICE! THE books and accounts of A. INGHRAM A CO., are left at Esquire Webli's for settlement. All persons mdehied to said Arm are respectfully notified that unless their accounts are settled by the 1st of March, they will be collected by law. Persons interested will please lake notice and govern themselves accordingly. Jan. 29, 1882. A. INGHRAM &: CO. IJittskrgj) ^fltrtistmcnfs. H.. H. TJG-T_IG-131=L, Manufacturer of every description of z'trazo'iTiTfizi, N...

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

n lamia ¦¦ imi.in if n r *^1 ¦ a / TEBT in Waynesburg. in Allison's II«11, opposite JJH the Court House, on Thursday evening of each Week, at "i o'clock. OFFICERS: DAVID BUCHANAN, P. G \* tponril'vi: J. F. TEKPLE, Sec'y. B. F. tUiUUK&TON, Treas. W. A. PORTER, Chaplain. Nor 6 1861. CTEl^- a OODS j AT I MINOR & CO.S j THE Farmers' and Mechanics' Exchange are now i opening a very large and well selected stook of ! FALX A ND W INTER DRY GOODS,! Which have bee>t purchased on surli terms as will enable ibem to sell at LOWER PRICED ihsti ever LADIES' DRESS GOODS In endless variety. Their stock of SilKs, Meriuoes Plain and Figured Detains, PUids.Grey Goods; inshnr i every description of Ladies'Wear is large. A supply o j FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS! ! Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers. Feathers, Bonnet Velvets and Silks. BgOPRMIirO GOODS, &c. HEB'S WEAR l ~ HEH'S WEAB!! Cloths, t.'assimeres, Vestiups, Tweeds and everything n the Staple and Fancy Goods Line. BOOTS ...

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

NEW FALL S WINTER GOODS, GEO. HOSKINSOK'S. Beauty, Fa«Iiioii and Cheapness Combined. HAS just received from the Eastern Cities a large slock of seasonable goods, among which may be eilrflnerated Dress Goods, Dress Trimmings, XKCnsiin Delaiius, French Ginghams. Barag-e Delain s. Domestic Ginghams, Bleached Muslins, Brown Muslins, Cloths and Cassimeres, Fresh Family Groceries, Fish, Sair, Hardware, Queensware, Bats and Caps. Boots and Shoes, «Stc, «Xc» Together Willi a variety of .VDTIOXS. Custotners and the public generally are invited to call and examine his assortment of Goods. Sold cheap for cash, or country prodnce. GEORGE IIOSKINSON. Waynesburg, Nov 6, 18(il-5ln. 1862. 1862 PITTSBURGH ALMAX4CS. LEWIS DAY HAS just received a large (ot of Piitsbursh Al manacs lor 1$6L price 5 tenia, t'ouitiry Store Keepers will be supplied by the gross or d<>z. ;u l*ius burgh prices. Also, a general assortment of School BvvUs, Blank Books, Toy Books, in great variety. Letter and ...

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Hungary Improving. [Newspaper Article] — Waynesburg Messenger — 19 February 1862

Hungary Improving. Thi^.country has recently entered tapop » great career of progress.— Toe various landed proprietors have established a system of cultivation by -paid la bore rn, in Jieu ofthe feudal system they abolished in 1848, and # great network of railroads and river navigation is about to come into operation. In this year (1862) three lines of cheap eonvejT ance. intersect-, ing Hungary and ending in Trieste, iwjll be opened. These routes include about 2100 miles of steam navigation fed by about 250 miles of river or eanaiS; traversed by common barges or boats; and 1400 miles of railways, not including the Vienna and Trieste lines. To load the railway trucks and steamboats, Hungary has 25,000,-000 acres of arable land, nearly 4,-000,000 acres of meadows. 1,000,000 acres of vineyards, besids forest, moor and mountain land: in al!. upwards of 60,000.000 acres of land, more or less agricultural in its character.— The soil is lordlc. the climate favorable to corn crops, t...

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

iaD/mmukiktm SALS I OF BY virtue of an Order issued out of tbe Orphans' ! Court of Greene county, and to me directed, I will ezpose to sale, on tbe premises, on Westacadajr, Hareh 3tkt, llll, All the right, title, interest and claim of L lyases A BoydWnne. Newton F. Bnydstone, Win. P. Uoydstone, ' minor children of Curtis W. Boydsione, dee'd, in and to j A TRACT OF LAND, situate in Perry township, ad- , joining lands nf Solomon Co well, Isaac Cowell and I others, containing about One Hundred aud Thirteen Acres. The Interest of said minors being the one undivided eighth thereof Tbe said property is in a good state ef I cultivation, and a good community. J The terms of sa'e are cash in hand on confirmation I of sale. WILLIAM N. EVANS, February H, 1864. Guardian, i i ADMINISTfiATOR'S SdTICE. ! r ETTERS of administration having been gran«S*to j the undersifnetl upon ihe estate of ELIZABETH BHittRY, <!..v .!, tale of Greene coun'.y, notice flsireby ! given 10 nil -ernons indebte...

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

BY VIRTUE of a writ of F SST O MSM hataeJ out of tbe Court of Coanoa Plea* of Greene county, and to me directed, there will be exposed to piiblic sale at tha Court Hou»e in Waynesburg, on THUUDAY, THE 20th DAY OF FEBRUARY next, at one o'clock, P. M., tbe following property, via: ._..._., All the right, title, interest and claim of the daflmdaut of, ia aud to a certain lot of ground in the Borough of W.ivnasbutg, Greene county. Pa., adjoining lot of Joseph McOuueil ou the Sooth, Washington street on tiie Bast, hit of Wm. T. B. Webb on ihe IWth, and lots of Jesse taxear, Harvey Day and others on the West, containing one acre, more or less. Taken in execution as the properly of Peter Brown, at the suit of John C. Fleiiuiken. THOMAS LUCAS. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Waynesburg, Feb. S, 1862 ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE: JAMES S. McCLELLAND hnving ma<te to the undersigned an assignment of his goods and chattels, riguis and creniis, for the benefit wf his creditors, alt persons kuoiviug l...

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