March 15, 1859
Virginia State Election--Political Revolution
The License Case
All of the articles in columns 1-3 relate to the elections, some from Augusta, some from other counties.
The Candidates For Governor at Harrisonburg and Staunton
Candidates for Legislature
For The Spectator; To The Whigs and Americans of Augusta
Opposition Electors and Canvassmen
Virginia To Wit
List of Delinquent Tax-Payers
"On Sunday last thirty-seven were admitted to church membership, at least one half of whom were over thirty years of age, heads of families and leading citizens of that community."
Full Text of Article
The revival in the Presbyserian [sic] Church of Waynesboro, of which we made mention a month ago, still continues in interest and accessions. On Sunday last thirty-seven were admitted to church membership, at least one-half of whom were over thirty years of age,heads of families and leading citizens of that community. As many more, it is expected, will unite themselves with the church at the next Lord's Supper. Among the colored population of the village, similar evidence of the influence of the spirit are manifest.