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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 13 November 1860

FfiitßT Davis' Vegetable Pain Killer.— Voluntarily, couscieutiously, and with much pleasure, we recommend lo our readers the a bove named medicine. We *peak from our own observation and experience when we say that it removes pain as if by magic from all parts of the body, and is one of the best medicines iv use tor checking diarrhea, and removing the pre monitory symptoms ol cholera. —Oin. Nonpareil. From Savannah.—A despatch dated Savan nah, Nov. 7tb, \\ o'clock, says—A large crowd collected in front of the Morning News office has just given three hearty cheers for Judge Ma grath. Inteuse excitement prevails, aud a gen era! determiuatiou to resist. Theie is a call for v public meeting for to-morrow night, signed by hundreds ol our tirst citizens. We regret to learn from the last Kicbmond Christian Advocate that the Rev. Wm. P. Twy man died a few days ago. Mr. T. was well and favorably known in this county, he having trav elled Elk Run circuit two years. He died of brain fever. He l...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 13 November 1860

MISCELLANEOTJS. THE Farmers and Planters OF VIRGINIA. FOWLE& COS. SOLUBLE PHOSPHATED PEETJYIAN GUANO! The best, the cheapest, and most permanent FERTILIZER YET OFFERED TO THE AGRICUL TURALIST. Endorsed by DR. R. H. STABLER, of Alexan dria, Vs., and PROF. CAMPBELL MORFIT, of New York, two of the moat eminent Chemists ol the United States, as the only combination ot PHOSPHATM' AND AMMONIATED CSrXT___IVOS. Yet offered in a REALLY SOLUBLE FORM. It is composed of 1,1 PERM MD SOMBRERO C3r "CJ ___ _XT O & . OF OCR OWN DIRECT IMPORTATION, FROM THE CBMGHA AND SOMBRERO ELAKDS. AND WARRANTED FREE FROM ALL IMPURITIES. It has been severely tested by many of the most successful and intelligent Farmers both in Virginia and Maryland, side by side with Peruvian Guano, and its superiority tallyproved, besides being ___ , _P" 16 PER CENT. CHEAPER ! TheSOMURERO OU__NO, before being added to the PERUVIAN, is rendered IMMEDIATELY SO LUBLE by a process but recently discovered, and pe culiarly our ...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 20 November 1860

V< >L. \XXVII. Staunton Spectator. RICHARD MiUZY, Editor & Proprietor. TERMS. - . The *Sf_CT\T9__' is published once a week, at i Two Dollars and Fifty Cents a year, which may be dis charged by the payment of Two Dollars at any time within the year. No subscription will be discontinued but at the option of th* Edt.to , until all arrearages are paid. AD VERTISEME.VTS of ten lines (or less) inserted once for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for each subse quent continuance. Larger aavenisernt'-ts inserted in the same p ■ opiirtion. A Übtr'at discount made to those who advertise by the year. HP* Annual advertisers will be limited to their im mediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. PaorssMONAi. Cards, m 4 exceeding seven lines, will be inserted one year for #7 0" - 6 months for *4 00. OnkSquakb, (I •lines, ... yeas $10 00 " " H months 800 3 « 400 Vwo Squarks, 1 year 15 00 " •' 6 months 10 00 " » 3 " 600 Three Squares 1 year 18 00 " " H months 1...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 20 November 1860

Staunton spectator* STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1860. I^-The STAUNTON SPECTATOR hav ing as large a circulation as any paper pub lished in Western Virginia, has no superior in this section oi country as an advertising medium. The Secret of the Revolutionary Spirit. The revolutionary proceedings now going on in the extreme Southern States are not based upon any apprehended danger from Lincoln, for all know tbat he is as impotent to do any harm as ao unborn babe. He is bound band and foot, and can do nothing to effect, in the slightest de gree, the interests of any man in the South. The Senate is against bim, the House of Representa tives is agaiust him, and tbe Supreme Court is against him. The President is not alone the law making power—his will is not the law of the land. Ours is not a despotic, but Republican Government. Bills must pass both bouses of Congress before they can reach the President to receive las signature of approbation or bis re jection by veto. He has no po...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 20 November 1860

For the Spectator. Mr. Editor -.—The Hon. A. H. 11. Stuart, in bis remarks in the meeting on Saturday, in re ferring to the one recently held in Shenendoah county, said that the proceedings looked to a dissolution of tbe Union, and that "our Con gressman (Hon. J. T. Harris) participated in it." From this,-tbe impression would be tbat Mr. Harris favored a dissolution, whereas the reverse is true ot him. Mr. Harris did address tbe meeting, but it was to counsel moderation and in opposition to extreme measures. I write this in justice to our Congressman's position, in these troublesome times. R. Vindicator copy. Legislature of Nokth Cauouna.. —The Leg islature of this State met on the third Mon day of the present month. It will probably be one of the most interesting sessions ever held since tbe commencement of tbe State Govern ment. A United States Senator, a Judge of the Supreme Court, and three Judges ot tbe Superior Court will be elected, and otber matters of great and vital import...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 20 November 1860

THE m Farmers and Planters OF VIRGINIA. J FOWLE~& COS. , SOLUBLE PHOSPHATED J PERUVIAN GUANO!* The best, the cheapest, and most j permanent FERTILIZER ' YET OFFERED TO THE AGRICUL- 1 TURALIBT. Endorsed by DR. It. B. STABLER, of Alexan dria, Va.. and PROF. CAMPBELL MORFIT, of New York, two of tbe most eminent ] demists ot the United States, as the only combination ot j PHOSPHATH' AND AMMONIATED GrTJAJSfOS, Yet offered in a REALLY SOLUBLE FORM. It is composed of KO. IPERUVIM MD SHIBRERO C3r XT _k. IN" O IS, OF OCR OW\ DIRECT IMPORTATION, FROM THE CHUDA AND SOMBRERO ISLAM AND WARRANTED FREE FROM ALL IMPURITIES. It has been severely tested by many of the most successful and intelligent Farmers both in Virginiaand Maryland, side by side with Peruvian Guano, and its superiority fully proved, besides being £_r-_6 PEE CE2TT. CHEAPER ! The SOMBRERO GUANO, before being added to the PERUVIAN, is rendered IMMEDIATELY SO LUBLE by a process but recently discovered, and pe culiarly our own. , ...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 27 November 1860

vol. _.__vil Staunton RICHARD MAUZY, Editor„ Proprietor. TERMS. t 4 _W The "Spectator" is published once a week, at Two Dollars and Fifty Cents a year, which may be dis charged by the payment of Two Dollars at any time within the year No subscription will be discontinued but at the option of th* Edito', until all arrearages are paid. AD VERTISEMENTS of ten lines (or less) inserted once for one dollar, and twenty-Aye cents for each subse quent continuance. Larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. 5E_?~ Annual advertisers vrill be limited to their im mediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. Professional Cards, not exceeding seven lines, will be inserted one year for $7 00—8 months for $4 00. O.vk Square, (10 lines) .. 1 year $10 00 " " d months 600 " « 3 " 4 00 Two Squares, 1 year 15 00 " •' fi months 1000 " " 8 '* 6 00 Terek Squares, 1 year 18 00 " " 6 months 12 00 " •« 3 " 8 00 O...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 27 November 1860

Staunton spectator* STAUNTON, TUKSI)Av7»OVEMBER 27, 1860. The Legislature—How it should Proceed. The Governor having issued his proclamation conveoiog the Legislature ou the 7th of Jaouary that body will meet whilst the public mind will be laboring under tbe excitement consequent upon the secession, in all probability, of one or more of the States, aod tho contemplated se cession of others. It will be a time when there is danger that inflamed passion, aod oot cool rea soo, will govern the actioos of men. We hope that the members of the Legislature will not be] impelled, by pa-ieionate impulse, to commit aoy imprudeDcc which will tend to aggravate io stead of mollifying the evils with which the oouutry is vow afflicted. If the Legislature pro ceed calmly and dispassionately to the perform aoce of its legitimate duties, great good may re sult from its having been convened in extraor dinary session. To do this, it must, confine itself to the enactment of laws under the Constitution. It...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 27 November 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. SEVEI YEAES! THE Seven years of unrivaled success attending the "COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATION," have made it a household word throughout every quarter of the Country. Under the auspices of this popular Institution, over three hundred thousand homts have learned to appre ciate—by beautiful works of art on their walls, and choice literature on their tables, the great benefits de rived from becoming a subscriber. Subscriptions are now being leceived in a ratio un paralleled with that of any previous year. TERMS O*" SUBSCRIPTION. : Any ;-eiß.;r_ ca ; U.-ume v meu.oer Oi subscribing thrtetktUars o: .. n|-■ m n mil receive 1 - Tin. !■;._• ■.. - pert) steel •. _ i g, inube.-. i tti :d *'Fail-iaU ltlusienag ktl Recruits.." 2 — Oue c.py, ~u_ , e_i ol itai _i.-g.in 1 ilia.-i.r» *■< -agHz.ni, -THE COSMOPOLITAN ART JnUt -NA.U' S. —Four admission.., during the ttMSmm, io **Tnt t.alieiy ol Fanning.-, 548 B>_«.i>wuy, N. Y." in addiu _ u> tue <io..v_ b. _cv a, .bait va...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 27 November 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. ETTO THE , Farmers and Planters OF VIRGINIA. | FOWLE& COS. SOLUBLE PHOSPHATED PERUVIAN GUANO!; The best, the cheapest, and most l permanent FERTILIZER YET OFFERED TO THE AGRICUL TURALIST, i Endorsed by DR. E. 11. STABLER, of Alexan dria, Va., aod PROF. CAMPBELL MORFIT, of New York, two of tbe most euiiDeat Chemists ol tbe United States, as the only combination ot PHOSPHATIf AND AMMGNIATED let offered in a REALLY SOLUBLE FORM. It is composed of SO. IPERIVIAX AXD SOMBRERO C3r XJ __ TVT O S, OF OVK OWN DIRECT IMPORTATION, PROM THE CHIIIU AND SOMBRERO \MW, AND WARRANTED FREE FROM ALL IMPURITIES. It has been severely tested by many of the most successful and intelligent Farmers both in Virginia and Maryland, side by side with Peruvian Guano, and its superiority fully proved, besides being Z_T* 16 PER CENT. CHEAPER ! The SOMBRERO GUANO, before being added to the PERUVIAN, is rendered IMMEDIATELY SO LUBLE by a process but recently discovered, and pe culiarly our own. The...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 4 December 1860

VOL. XXXVII. Staunton _iptiatoL RICHARD MAUZY, Editor. Proprietor. TERMS. J___T Ihe "Spectator" is published once a week, at Two DcUars and Fifty Cents a year, which may be dis charged by the payment of Two Dollars at any time within the year. No subscription will be discontinued but at the option ofth* Editor, until all arrearages are paid. AD VERTISEMENTS of ten lines (or less) inserted once for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for each subse quent continuance. Larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. Annual advertisers wiU be limited to their im mediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. Professional Cards, not exceeding seven lines, will be inserted one year for $7 00—6 months for $4 00. One Square, (10 ««~) -.1 yea" $1000 a «« 6 months 6 00 «« v \ 8 " 400 Iwo Squares',''.'. 1 year 15 00 _< .* Qmonths 10 00 « « \ 3 " 600 Three Squares', '.'.'.'.....l year 18 00 m •« tj mont...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 4 December 1860

STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1860, Practical Questions for Secessionists. In the early history of our country, it became necessary for all the country lying between tbe Alleghauies and the Mississippi, to acquire tbe territory of Louisiana, because it embraced with in its limits tbe mouth of the Mississippi river. The paramount object was to obtain tbe free navigation ot the "father, of rivers," and the ownership of tbe natural ocean outlet to the commerce of tbe vast territory which it drained. In 1803, tbe purchase was made for tbe sum of fifteen millions of dollars, wbicb was paid out of the oommon treasune of the United States, because the purcbate was made for the common benefit of all the Uuited States. In due time, Louisiana was admitted iDto ihe Confederacy upon an equal footing with the otber States. Now, '_we respectfully submit, would it be Constitutional, right and proper for Louisiana to withdraw herself from tbe Union, and assume (as she certainly would aud ought...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 4 December 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. #Oure Cough, Cold, Hoarseness, lujlu enza, any Irritation or Soreness of the Throat, Relieve the Hacking Cough in Consumption, Bronchitis, Asth ma, and Catarrh.- Clear and give strength to the voices of — PUBLIC SPEAK ER S AND SINGERS. -*ew are aware of the importance of checking a _ough or "Common Cold" in its first stage, that winch in the beginning would yield to a mild remedy, it neglected soon attacks the Lungs. "Br&ton's Bronchial Troches," containing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmonary aud Bronchial Irritation. BROWN'S , "That troubie in my Throat, (for which ihe "Troches" are a specitiic,) having TROCHES tna(^e me often a mere whisperer.'' N. P. WILLIS. BROWN'S -. "* recommend their use to Public Speakers." REV. E. H. CfIAPIN. TROCHES "Great service in subduing Hoarse ness." REV. DANIEL WISE. BROWN'S " lmos t instant relief in the distressing labor of breathing peculiar to Asthma." TROCHES REV - A - c - EGGLESTON. "Contain no Opium or anything injuri- B...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 4 December 1860

igr* TO THE Farmers and Planters OF VIRGINIA. I FOWLE& COS. SOLUBLE PHOSPHATED PERUVIAN GUANO! The best, the cheapest, and most permanent FERTILIZER YET OFFERED TO THE AGRICUL TURALIST. Endorsed by DR. R. H. STABLER, of Alexan dria, Va., and FJiOF. CAMPBELL MORFIT, of New York, two of the most eminent Chemists of the United States, as the ody combination of PHOSPHITIC UNB AMMOSIATED Yet offered in a REALLY SOLUBLE FORM. It is composed of 1.1 PERUVIAN AND SOMBRERO GrUANOS, OF OUR OWJN DIRECT IMPORTATION, FROM THE CHHCHA Al SOMBRERO ISLAM. AND WARRANTED FREE FROM ALL IMPURITIES. It has been severely tested by many of the most successful and intelligent Farmers both in Virginia and Maryland, side by side with Peruvian Guano, and its superiority fully proved, besides being 16 PER OE2- T. CHEAPER I The SOMBRERO GUANO, before being added to the PERUVIAN, is rendered IMMEDIATELY SO LUBLE by a process but recently discovered, and pe culiarly our own. The value of PERUVIAN GUANO, present...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 4 December 1860

MESSAGE. Fellow-citizcns-of the Senate ~ and Iloust of Representatives: Throughout the year eiuce our hist meeting, tho couu- . try has bceu eminently prosperous in all its material in terests. The general health has been excellent, our har vest* have been abundant, and plenty smiles throughout the land. Our commerce and manufactures Lave been prosecuted with energy and industry, and have yielded fair and ample returns. In short, no nation iv the tide of time has ever presented a spectacle of greater mate rial prosperity than we have done until within a very re cant period. Why is it, then, that discontent now bo extensively prevails, and the Union of the States, which is the source of all these blessing.*, is threatened with destruction ? The long-continued and intemperate interference of the Northern people with the question of slavery in the Southern States has at length produced its natural ef fects. The different sections of tho Union are now ar rayed against each otber, and th...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 4 December 1860

mitted immediately to the Senate for their constitutional action. The claims of our citizens? upon the republic of Nica ragua have not yet been provided for by treaty, although • diligent efforts for this purpose have been made by our j minister resident to that republic. Theso are still con- j timicd, with a fair prospect of success. ' MBXICO. Our relations with Moxico, remafti in a most unsatisfac tory condition. In my last two annual messages I dis cussed extensively the subject of these relations, and do not now propose to Yepeat at length the facts and argu ments then presented. They proved conclusively that. our citizens Yesiding in Mexico aud our merchants trading thereto suffered a series of wrongs and outrages such «* W. have never patiently borne from any other nation. our successive ministers, invokingthe faith of treaties, had, in the name of their country, per_i*t_ily demanded redress and indemnification, but without the slightest effect. Indeed, so confident had the Me...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 11 December 1860

VOL. XXXVII. President's Message. Fellow Citizens of the Senate, and House of Representatives: Throughout the year since our last meeting, the country has been eminently prosperous in ail its material interests. The general health has been excellent, our harvests have been abundant, and plenty smiles throughout the land. Our commerce and manufactures have been prosecuted witb energy and industry, and have yielded fair and ample returns. In short, no nation in of time has ever presented a spectaole of greater material prosperity than we bave done until within a veiy recent period. Why is it, then, that discontent now so extensively prevails, and the uoion ot the States, which is the source of all these blessings, is threatened with destruction? Tbe long-contin- ' ued and intemperate interference of the North ern people with the question of slavery in the ' Southern States has at length produced its nat ural effects. The different sections of the Union ' are now arrayed against each o...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 11 December 1860

the disastrous consequences, both in and out of the j Territory, from such a dereliction of duty on the part i of the executive. Peace has also been restored within the Territory , of Utah, which, at the commencement of my Admin- i istration, was in a state of open rebellion. This was the more dangerous, as the people, animated by a fa natical spirit and entrenched within their distant mountain fastnesses, might have made a long and formidable resistance. Cost what it might it was necessary to bring them into subjection to the Consti tution and the laws. Sound policy, therefore, as well as humanity, required that this object should, if pos sible, be accomplished without the effusion of blood — This could only be effected by sending a military force into the Territory sufficiently strong to convince the people that resistance would be hopeless, and at the same time to offer them a pardon for past offences, on condition of immediate submission to the govern ment. This policy was pursu...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 11 December 1860

Thirty-Sixth Congress-Second Session. Washington, Monday, Dec. 3. Tbe second sessiou of the 36th Congress was opened very quietly at the capitol to-day, no cir cumstance transpiring to indicate what the fu ture —which all feel to be pregnant ot vital re- 1 suits to tbe country —may bring forth. The pre- - siding officers of both Houses took tbeir seats at \ tbe hour of noon, and, a quorum of each being j present, the usual committees were appointed to ( wait on the President of the United States and inform him of their readiness to receive the cus r tomary communication relative to the state of * tbe country. c Tuesday, Dec. 4th.—On the reading of the » President's Message in tbe Senate, Mr. Cling- ' man lead off the debate in a violent speech.— \ He predioted dissolution within sixty days, and \ said the wisest thing Congress could do would . be to divide the public property as fairly as f possible. Mr. Crittenden, with some words of ' calmness and moderatiou, rebuked tbe violence ...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 11 December 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. . THE Farmers and Planters OF VIRGINIA. I FOWLE& COS. SOLUBLE PHOSPHATED PERUVIAN GUANO! The best, the cheapest, and most permanent FERTILIZER YET OFFERED TO THE AGRICUL TURALIST. Endorsed by DR. R. H. STABLER, of Alexan dria, Va., and f ROF. CAMPBELL MORFIT, of New York, two of the most eminent Chemists of the United States, as the only combination ot PBOSPHATIf- AND AMMONIATED CSt-TJ-SLNOS, Yet offered in a REALLY SOLUBLE FORM. It is composed of \O.IPERLVL4S .«D SOMBRERO C3r tt a. 3>ar o c, OF OCR OWN DIRECT IMPORTATION, FROM THE CHIACHA MD SOIBRERO ISLANDS. axd warranted FREE FROM ALL IMPURITIES. It has been severely tested by many of the most successful and intelligent Farmers both in Virginia and Maryland, side by side with Peruvian Guano, and its superiority fully proved, besides being £_r° 16 FEB. CEBIT. CHEAPER ! The SOMBRERO GUANO, before being added to, the PERUVIAN, is rendered IMMEDIATELY SO LUBLE by a process but recently discovered, and pe culiarl...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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