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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 18 December 1860

VOL. XXXVII. Statu. Sjiwiator. RICHARD MAUZY, Editor & Proprietor. TERMS. _W~ Ihe "Spectator" is published once a week, at Two DcUars and Fifty Cents a year, which may be discharged by the payment of Two Dollars at any time within the year. ivb subscription wiU be discontinued but at the option of tht Editor, until all arrearages are paid. A.J VERTISEMENTS of ten lines (or less) inserted once for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for each subsequent continuance. Larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the y ear - BP** Annual advertisers will be limited to their immediate 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. OneSquare,(lo lines) .Ayear $1000 " " % months 6 00 " « 3 " 400 Vwo Squares,.. .. I year 15 00 " » 6 months 10 00 " - 3 ( " 600 Three Squares, 1 year 18 00 " •« a-months 12 0...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 18 December 1860

STAUNTON, VA. c TUESDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1860. i —__—_____-__-_——_———-——-——-—-—- c F_g" The Staunton Spectatob hay- _ ing as large a circulation as any paper ( published in Western Virginia, has no . superior ia this section of country as an t advertising medium. We do not Despair of the Republic. , Though our country is environed with perils , and seems to be trembling upon the verge of ru- | in, yet we do not "despair of the Republic," I but have an abiding faith that all things will j work together for good, and that the pillars of our Republic will be planted upon firmer foundations than heretofore. Whether the "wish is father to the thought," or whether it is because, , as Goldsmith says, "Hope, like a glimmering taper's light, Adorns and cheers the way, And as darker grows the night, Emits a beigut£B ray," we know not, but our heart still responds to the hopeful strain ofthe song : "There's a good time coming, boys." Though a dark cloud enshrouds the Northern section of our count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 18 December 1860

Union Voice In Georgia. One of the best articles upon the present cri- j 1 Is which we have seen was written by Hon. J. ' P. King, of Georgia, and published in the Geor- | | gia Constitutionalist. We are sorry that we have not room for more than the extract we give below: On tbe subject of onr sister States, one question mast frequently occur to as. Why is it that we are so much more excited and so much more anxious for dissolution, than the border States? They lose five hundred slaves by the bad faith of the free States where we lose one, and should be more excited and more anxious for a changp, if by a change they conld look for a remedy. The reasons, I apprehend, are these: First, they appreciate the dangers of desolating border wars, with all their attendant crimes and destruction of life and property; second, they see no remedy in separation, bat only a tenfold aggravation of the evil. They are near neighbors to people of the border free States, and understand the whole subject...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 18 December 1860

_ MISCELLANEOm TA Special Card to the Ladies. HE subscribers are now opening in the tine Store l Room, forinerlv kept by S. H. Hilb, directly opposjte: the Va. Hotel, a "splendid Stock of DRY I GOODS, if possible, superior to anything they have [ offered before in Staunton. Special care having been taken in selecting the __r goods and the very latest styles, and we hazard but little in saying that our ' whole stock will equal anything ever been seen in Staunton. In regard to ha** the latest; in ' quality and fab.ic the best that ctould be selected out ] of the best houses in New York, Philadelphia and . Baltimore. , We will name only a few of the kinds ef goods just l received—viz: Black Gio De Rhine, black Rept, black double faced shot figured Silks. Also fancy colored, plain , and brocade Silks. Printed Amaline, (an entirely ' new article, and imported by but one house in we U- . nitedStates,) richly printed Ottoman Cloths; this is also anew at tide. Solid colored Ottoman Cloths, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 25 December 1860

VOL. XXXVIII. Jifattttton _i|tctatflr. RICHARD MAUZY, Proprietor. TERMS. 2_W Ihe "Spectator" is published once a week, at Two Dollars and Fifty Gents a year, which may be discharged by the payment of Two Dollars at any time within the year. No subscription will be discontinued but at the option of th* Editor, until all arrearages are paid. A J VERTISEMENTS of ten lines (or less) inserted once for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for each subsequent continuance. Larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. %_f Annual advertisers will be limited to their immediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. Professional Cards, not exceeding seven lines, will be inserted one year for %1 00—6 months for $4 00. One Square, (10 lines) .. 1 psm $10 00 " " 6 months 6 00 ■ r 3 " 400 Two Squares,.... 1 year 15 00 " !. 6 months 10 00 " " 3 '• 600 Three Squares, 1 year 18 00 " " 12 00 " " 3 " 800 One-Thik...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 25 December 1860

of a crisis like the present, and shrunk from the possible issue of it; and 1 could never contemplate tbe destruction of the Union without sensations not unlike those which I imagine would overwhelm me on beholding the last going down ot the sun—never to rise again forever. With the highest consideration and esteem, I am your fellow-citizen, -*-—— — JOHN BELL. To A. Bcjbwell, Esq., Vicksburg, Miss. STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1860. |3_F* The Staunton Spectator having as large a circulation as any paper published in Western Virginia, has no superior in this section of country as an advertising medium. Christmas Salutation. Though in the winter of our national discontent, and with but little prospect that it will be followed by a "glorious summer"—though portentous clouds obscure our political sky, with not sufficient light to give them a silver lining— though tbe Ship ot State seems about to be driv en from her safe and peaceful moorings to be cast upon the stormy sea of revo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 25 December 1860

A Lesson From History. In the "Edinburg Review" for January, 1809, occurs the following passage: "If such immense benefits have resulted from the prosperity of the United States, how many times greater will be those which must necessarily flow from the prosperity of South America ? If the population ofthe United States, amounting, perhaps, to 6,000,000, afford so very extraordinary a demand lor British commodities, what may not the population of Sooth America, extending to no less than 16,000,000, be expected to afford f Let the figures, -ays the New York "World," show now tbese expectation, have been fulfilled ; and let a prudent philosophy lay to heart the lesson thence derived: Population cf United States in 1809, 6,000,000 Population of United States in 1859, 30,000,000 Population of Spanish American Republics in l_o9, 16,000,000 Population of Spanish American Republics in 185y 19,000,000 Value of exports of the United States in 1809 $52,000,000 Value of exports of the United St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 25 December 1860

A Special Card to the Ladies. THE subscribers are now opening in the fine Store Room, formerly kept by S. H. Hilb, directly opposite the Va. Hotel, a splendid Stock of DRY GOODS, if possible, superior to anything Jfcbey have offered before in Staunton. Special care having been taken in selecting the bust goods and tbe very latxst styles, and we hazard but little in saying that our whole stock will equal anything ever been seen in Staunton. In regard to style we have the latest; in Quality and fabric the best that aould be selected out of the best houses in New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. We will name only a few of the kinds ef goods just received—viz: Black Gro De Rhine, black Rept, black double faced shot figured Silks. Also fancy colored, plain and brocade Silks. Printed Amaline, (an entirely new article, and imported by but one house in tbe United States,) richly printed Ottoman Cloths; this is also a new at tide, Solid colored Ottoman Cloths, Chene Repp Poplin, Broche Repp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 1 January 1861

Staunton Sptdator. , STAUNTON ,V A. \ TUESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1861. $_W The Staunton Spectator hay- , ing as large a circulation as any paper ■ published in Western Virginia, has no superior in this section of country as an advertising medium. _, -** South Carolina Convention. The proceedings of the South Carolina "Sovereign Convention" ou Monday, tbe 24th, so far as made public, were not interesting or important. Mr. Rhett'e Address to the People of the Southern States was debated and amended. In the evening tbe Convention met iv secret session, and waa occupied with the ordinance relating to tbe postal aud revenue laws. The South Carolina "Sovereign Convention" on Christmas Day rejected a resolution directing the Governor to make preparations for maintaining by force the right and jurisdiction of South Carolina in its territory. GovSrnor Pickens affirmed the intentiou of the State to leave tbe forts iv the possession of the United States until the Commissioners have concluded their ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 1 January 1861

Thk Amalgamation of Languages.—There is a growing tendency in this age to appropriate the most expressive words of other languages, and after a while to incorporate them into our own; thus tbe word Cephalic, which is trom the Greek, signifying "for the head,' is now becoming popularized in connection with Mr. Spalding's great Headache remedy, but it will soon be used in a more general way, and the word Cephalic will become as common as Electrotype and many others whose distinction as foreign wo ds ha.- beeu worn away by common usage until tbey seem "native and to the 'uauor born." O 'nrdty Realized. Hi 'ad 'n 'orribl. 'eadache this bafternoon, band I stepped into the hapothecaries hand says hi to the man "Can you hea.e me of ban 'eadaehe ?" "Does it hache 'ard? says'e. "Hexceedingly," says hi, hand upon that 'c gave me a Cephalic Pill, hand 'pon me 'onor it cured me so quick that hi 'ardly realized hi 'ad ban 'eadache. 0 S_iF~ Hbadache is the favorite sign by which nature makes know...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 8 January 1861

VOL. XXXVIII. _§taton. Sptttatmr. Rl. HMI) M UZY, Edilor& Proprietor. TERMS. ___F~ The "Spect.tor" is published once a week, at Two DiUars and Fifty Cents a year, which may be discharged by the payment of Two hollars at any timt within the year No s b*cription v ill he discontinued but at the option of th* Edito . until all arrearages are paid. AJVERTISE3IESTS of ten lines (or less) inserted once far one dollar, and twenty-five cents for each subsequent continuance. Larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. 2<W~ Annual advertisers wtZi be limited to their immediate business, or the advertisements charged for at . transient rates. Professional Carhs, not exceeding seven lines, will be inserted one year for J7 00— Q months for *4 00. Onb Square, (lulines) . .1 yea*- $10 00 " " 6 months 6 00 " " 3 " 400 Vwo S<JD\R«s, 1 year 15 00 " " 6 months 10 <>0 " " 3 *• ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 8 January 1861

STAUNTON, VA. | TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1861. |ggT The Staunton Spectator having as large a circulation as any paper published in Western Virginia, has no superior in this section of country &s an advertising medium. A Word of Caution. We would whisper a word of oaution into the ears of all persons in this State favorable to the preservation ofthe Union, and especially would we whisper in the ears of the members of the Legislature. The great anxiety which has been manifested for the call of a State Convention has not proceeded so much from a desire to have our rights maintained and grievances redressed in tbe Union as to secure the first essential step to get Virginia out of the Union. The Legislature oan do all that the Convention could, save and except to get Virginia out of the present Union—hence it is that we find all the disunionists warm advocates of the immediate call of a State Convention. They would have the Legislature to call a Convention as soon as possible, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 8 January 1861

For the Spectator. Meeting of the People of Higblaiid. Parsuant to public notice, a meeting of the people of Highland ooanty, without distinction I of paity, was held at the Conrt-hoo.e of said j | county, on the Ibt day of January, 1861, to take i into consideration the present conditiou of public affairs. On motion, Wm. W. Fleming was called to the Chair, and J. P. Strickler appointed Sec- • retary. On motion, it was resolved that a Committee of eleven be appointed to report resolutions for the action of tbe meeting: whereupon theobair appointed the following as said Committee — James M. Seig, Adam Stephenson, Jacob P. Strickler, Samuel Beathe, Henry McCoy, D. V. Ruckman, James F. Patterson, Cyrus Colaw, Henry Waggoner, Daniel McNulty, and Cain Hoover. [A.. Stephenson aud D. V. Ruokman declined acting on tbe Committee.] Tbe Committee then retired and after some / time reported tbe following preamble and resolutions : Whkreas, We the people of Highland, in public meeting assembled,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 8 January 1861

The Amalgamation or Languages.—There is a growing tendency in this age *t> appnTpriflste the *_M>s* expressive words _Wfoflierlangniige*»*fi4-Wflr.awl.il* to incorporate them into our mm. thus the word Cephalic, wt>tch is from the Greek, signifying, "for the head," is now becoming popularized in connection with Mr. Spalding's great Headache remedy, but it will soon be used in a more general way,-and-tbe-word Cephalic will become as etmsoMi Ei-s« trots pc and many others whose distinction.as--foreign.wbids has been worn away by common usage until they seem "native and to the manor born." O 'ardly Realized. Hi 'ad 'n 'orrible 'eadache this bafternoon, hand I stepped into the hapothec&ries hand says hi to the man "Can you hease me ot ban'eadaehe V" "Doesitbache 'ard ? says 'c. "Hexoeedingly," says hi, hand upon that 'c gave me a Cephalic Pilf, hand 'pon me 'onor it cured me so quick that hi 'ardly realized hi 'ad hail 'eadache. 0 g__F* Heada...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 15 January 1861

VOL. XXXVIII. Ufanttton spectator. RICHARD MAUZY, Editor & Proprietor. TERMS. S_& Ihe "Spectator" is published once a week, at Two Dcllars and Fifty Cents a year, which may be discharged by the payment of Two Dollars at any time within the year. No subscription will be discontinued but at the option of th* Editor, until all arrearages are paid. A J VERTISEMENTS of ten lines {or less) inserted once for one dollar, and twenty-Jive cents for each subsequent continuance. Larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. _W Annual advertisers will be limited to their immediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. Professional Card 3, not exceeding seven lines, will be inserted one year for $7 00—8 months for $4 00. Onk Square, (10 ft»«) ..1 year $1000 " " 6 months 600 " " 3 " 400 Vwo Sqcakbs,.. . 1 year 15 00 ■ " .....Zmzntht, 10 00 " " C...3 ** N5 00* Thru Squares, 1 year ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 15 January 1861

Staunton spectator. t STAUNTON, , TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1861. J Convention and Secession. For some time after the propriety of holding a State Convention had begun to be mooted, , we were unable to bring our mind to a positive conclusion in reference to it, but as soon as the _ evidence became very strong tbat it waa the purpose of the warmest advocates of the call of a Convention to use it for the purpose of seceseion, we felt it to be our patriotic duty to oppose it, and to raise our voice in warning tbat the people might be apprised of the danger to be apprehended. We felt perfectly convinced from the beginning tbat a Convention would be called, but that did not prevent ns from forming and expressing the opinion that it would be unwise.— We feel tbat we would be unworthy the position of Editor of » publio journal if we did not possess the firmness to oppose whatever measures we might believe to be impolitic, however pop- | ular tbey might be. Majorities bave no terror for us, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 15 January 1861

IVTISCELLANEOUS. "THE BRISTOL WONDER." JUST PUBLISHED. THE LIFE OF TRUST; A NARRATIVE OF THE LORD'S DEALINGS WITH GEORGE MULLER. Edited and Condensed by Rev. H. L. Wayland, with an Introduction by Francis Wayland, D. D. 12mo Cloth $1 25. George Muller is a living man, the founder and manager of the famous Orphan Asylum at Bristol, England. This work contains the entire history of the origin and growth of that remarkable institution, whereby seven hundred orphans are now amply provided for, with no fund or collecting agencies to rely upon, but only prayer to God. The narrative is one of greatest interest, and eminently adapted at the present time to quicken the faith of all who believe in the power of prayer. EVE-KINGS WITH THB DOCTRINES. BY NEUEMIAH ADAMS, D. D. Author of "The Friends of Christ," "Christ a Friend," "The Communion Sabbath," etc.. Royal 12mo Cloth $1.25. This work is a familiar exposition ofthe Evangelical Doctrines, with Spiritual and logical proofs, and notices of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 15 January 1861

' Thb Amalgamation op Languages.—There is a growing tendency in this age to appropriate the most expressive words of other languages, and after a while to incorporate them into our own ; thus the word Cephalic, which is from the Greek, signifying "for the head," is now becoming popularized in connection with Mr. Spalding's great Headache remedy, but it will soon be used in a more general way, and the word Cephalic will become as common as Electrotype and many others whose distinction as foreign woi ds has been worn away by common usage until they seem "native and to the manor born." 0 'ardly Realized. Hi 'ad 'n 'orrible 'eadache this hafternoon, hand I stepped into thehapothecaries hand says hi to the man "Can you hease meot han 'eadaehe ?" "Does it hache 'ard? says'e. "Hexoeedingly," says hi, hand upon that 'c gave me a Cephalic Pill, hand me 'onor it cured me so quick that hi 'ardly realized hi 'ad han 'eadache. B___T* Headache is the favorite sign by which nature makes known any ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 22 January 1861

VOL. XXXVIII. RICHARD MAUZY, Editor & Proprietor. TERMS. t_# The "Spectator" is published once a week, at Ttoo Dollars and Fifty Cents a year, which may be discharged bf the payment of Two Dollars at any time within the year. No subscription will be discontinued but at the option of the Editor, until all arrearages are paid. AD VERTISXMENTS of ten lines {or less) inserted oneefor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for each subsequent continuance. Larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the pear. $_W~ Annual advertisers will be limited to their immediate 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. Omb Square, (10 lines) .. 1 year $10 00 " " 6 months 6 00 " " 3 " 400 fwo Squares,.... 1 year 15 00 " *' Gmonths 10 00 * " 3 * 600 Three Squares, 1 year 18 00 " •* 6 month* 1200 " " 3 " 800 One-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 22 January 1861

Staunton J^tttator. STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1861. |s_y~ The Staunton Spectator having as large a circulation as any paper published in Western Virginia, lias no superior in this section of country afi an advertising medium. saj_F"We have been compelled, for want of space, to postpone the publication of a number ot communications as well as congressional proceedings and editorial matter prepared for this issue. J_f" We have been requested to state that Hon. A. H. H. Stuart will address the people on Monday next. Look to it. For the purpose of deceiving the people that ' they may accomplish their disunion designs, the I secessionists profess to be the best friends of the Union, and are endeavoring to persuade the people that the only way to save the Union is for Virginia and all the other States to secede that they may intimidate the North by presenting a united front. This view is plausible and calculated to deceive those who are not acquainted with the game the disunionis...

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