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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 21 October 1864

Dates of Secession. The Richmond Dispatch places Georgia next to South Carolina in the order of Secession. In a note to section 5,100 of the 'Georgia Code,' The Compilers say: The following is the order in which the several States Seceded from the United States, to wit: 1 South Carolina, December 20th, 1860. 2 Mississippi, January 9th 1861. 3 Alabama, January 11th, 1861. 4 Florida, January 11th 1861. 5 Georgia, January 19th, 1861. 6 Louisiana, January, 20th, 1861. 7 Texas, February Ist, 1861. 8 Virginia, April 17th, 1861. 9 Arkansas, May 6th, 1861. 10 North Carolina, May 20th, 1861. 11 Tennessee, June Bth, 1861. 12 Missouri, June Bth, 1861. Southern Recorder. In the Trans-Mississippi all things look well. Texas, Arkansas and two-thirds of Missouri* are in our possession. Even the great Metropolis of the north-west, St.Louis, is closely beleagured by our troops. — Thus has the work of the past three years been lost to the Yankees in in Missouri apd Arkansas. The same is true of Missi...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 21 October 1864

FOR SAIjE. A PATENT TIKE BENDER for bending Wagon or Buggy'tire, may also be used for rolling small baud iron or elieets, would be useful to a blacksmith. It is so constructed that it may also be used to crush the Sorghum Sugar Cane in making molasses on a small scale. J. B. WALKER, July 15—rot. Wytlioville, \a. AUGUST WESEVDO.m, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA., COMMISSION MERCHANT FOR THE SALE OF BUTTER,LARD, BACON, DRIED FRUIT, and all kinds of Country Produce, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c., &c. April 15, 1864. JOB PRINTING EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE in as neat a manner as can be done at any office in the State and on reasonable terms. The office is furnished with all the necessary material for the prompt execution of BLANKS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, HAND BILLS, POSTERS, &c., Ac. We invite our former customers, who know how we get up work, to give us a trial now. We have our Power Press in full operation. The Yankees gave it a good warming but none to hurt it as the...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 28 October 1864

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. VOL. 111. WYTtfEYILLE DISPATCH. D. A. ST. CLAIII, Proprietor. TERMS. The Dispatch is furnished to subscribers at $5.00 for six months, $3.00 Jor three months, single copies, 10 cts. ADVERTISING. One square( 10 lines) or less, each insertion, SI,OO. Liberal deduction made to yearly or quarterly advertisers Announcements of Candidates will be inserted for $5.00 in advance. [From the New York Daily News.] The Progress of Subjugation. The fall of Vicksburg is undone. The Mississippi has been once more »ealed to the up country merchantman. Confederate guns sink, burn, and destroy, along the line of the Father of Waters; and the declaration of the Constitution of the Confederacy of the freedom of its navigation, has been annulled vie et armis, by horse, foot and artillery.— And the conquest of the South, ye men of the West, goes bravely on! Texas has been abandoned. The Rio Grande has been opened for supplies of Confederate materials. Matamoras is a port of entry for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 28 October 1864

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. —.-A, J*-- fci—l FRIDAY, OCTOBER : : 28, 1864. NOTICE. —The time of quite a number of our subscribers, who subscribed for the the Dispatch for six months, expires with this number. Those who desire to continue their subscription to the Dispatch will please give us notice. What will Their History be ? It belongs to the future historian to recount the atrocities commited by the Yankees since the commencement of the present war. Living as we do, in the midst of all the enormities daily practiced, we arc apt to lose sight of many things which will hereafter be remembered. The duty of those who now live is to. treasure up for the benefit of future generations all the acts both big and little of Lincoln, and his agents. A recital of those acts by the historian, will be sufficient to forever blacken the name of Yankee wherever civilization lias darted a single ray of light. The exceeding meanness of the genus, Yankee, will be discovered to unborn milions as page after ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 28 October 1864

Best Preparation for Raids. The very best preparation of courafc, for a raid, says |ho Lexington (Va .) Gazette, is for the people to remove all their valuablos out o( the reach of the enemy. This cannot always be ddne, but there is one article which soldiers always seek after, which is, perhaps, more abundant in this country, than it ever was before, we mean apple brandy, which, if it cannot be removed, ought to be poured out by every one on the approach of the enemy. The Yankees behave bad enough without the liquor, but they are ten times worse when they become intoxicated. It would be much better for a man to lose a fine lot of brandy, than save it for the Yankees, and lose in other respects ten times its value besides, to say nothing of the effect that the drinking would have on their behaviour. We make the suggestion, because in the bustle and confusion attending a general removal of property on account of a raid; it might be one of the things neglected. The suggestion, we thin...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 28 October 1864

FOR BALE. A PATENT TIRE BENDER for bending Wagon or Buggy tare, may also be used for rolling small band iron or sheets, would be useful to a blacksmith. It ia so constructed that it may also be used to crush th« Sorghum Sugar Cane in making molasses on a small scale. J. B. WALKER, July 15—3t. Wytheville, Va. AUGUST WESENDONK, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA., COMMISSION MERCHANT FOR THE SALE OT BUTTER,LARD, BACON, DRIED FRUIT, and all kinds of Country Produce, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c., &c. April 15, 1864. JOB PRIIFTIIIfCt EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE in as neat a manner as can be done at any office in the State and on reasonable terms. The office is furnished with all the neeessary material for the prompt execution of BLANKS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, HAND BILLS, POSTERS, &c., Ac. We invite our former customers, who know how we get up work, to give us a trial now. We have our Power Press in full operation. The Yankees gave it a good warming but none to hurt it as the...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 4 November 1864

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. VOL. 111. WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. D. A. ST. CLAIR, Proprietor, TERMS. The Dispatch is furnished to subscribers at $5.00 for six months, $3.00 for three months, single copies, 10 els. ADVERTISING. One squave[ 10 lines) or less, each insertion, SI,OO. Liberal deduction tna.de to yearly or quarterly advertisers Announcements of Candidates will he inserted, for $5.00 in advance. A Woman's Question. •'Before I trust my fate to thee, Or place my hand in thine, Before I let thy future give Color and form to miue, Before I peril all for the, question thy soul to-night, for me. "I break all slighter bonds, nor feel A shadow of regret; Is there one link within the past That holds thy spirit yet? Or is thy faith as clear aud free as that which I can pledge to thee ? ''Does there within the dimmest dreams A possible future shine, Wherein thy life could henceforth breathe, Untouched, unshared by mine? If r-o, at any pain or cost, oh! tell me before all is lost. "Look deeper sti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 4 November 1864

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER : 4, 1864. NOTICE. —The time of quite a number of our subscribers, who subscribed for the the Dispatch for six months, expires with this number. Those who desire to continue their (subscription to the Dispatch will please give us notice. Cowardly. The plan which the Yankees have fallen upon to protect their railroad trains from Confederate guerillas is beyond all precedent cowardly. Not content with placing Southern gentlemen in exposed positions to prevent Mosby's Men, who seem to be operating everywhere, from firing into and capturing the trains; they now purpose, to still further secure themselves against harm, by compelling Southern ladies to Btand between them and Southern bullets. We remember once to have read 14 a rare work entitled the "History of a Nullifier, written by himself," in which the Devil was represented as being paid off by a Southern gentleman with Yankee souls, for the release of his own. The contract that he should furnish...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 4 November 1864

Holston Conference Appointments for 1864-5. WytJtetfille District. —J. S. Kenedy P. E. Wytheville Station, G. W. Callahan. ." Circuit, J. C. Ilyden, J. L. M. French. F'earisburg, P. S. Sutton, W. W. Neal Newborn, John Boring, W. M. Kerr. Ilillsville Station, A. IX Stewart, Ilillsville Circuit, Tobias S. Smith. B. W. S. Bishop, supr'y. Grayson, J. M. Crismond, D. Sullins. Jefferson, Walter 11. Stevens. Watauga, Jacob T. Freeman. Mechanicsburg, George W. Martin. Princeton, George W. Henley. Marion, Richard N. Price, Moses 11. Spencer supr. James K. Stringfield, Chaplain in the Army, Abingdon District. —J. M. McTeer, P. E. Abingdon Station, Wm. E. Munsey. " Circuit, George Stewart, L. K. Ilaynes, B. F. Nuckels. Saltville, Samuel R. Wheeler. Jeffersonville, W. 11. Bates, Jacob Smith, W. 11. Kelly, supr'y. Lebanon, Charles K. Miller. Blountville, Geo. W. Miles, S. D. Gaines, eupr'y. Bristol Station, John D. Wagg. " Circuit, Andrew J. Frazier. Elizabethton, James T. Smith. Emory and Henry...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 4 November 1864

FOR SALE. A PATENT TIRE BENDER for bending Wagon or Buggy tire, may also be used for rolling small band iron or sheets, would be useful to a blacksmith. It is so constructed that it may also be used to crush the Sorghum Sugar Cane in making molasses on a small scale. J. B. WALKER, July 15—3t. Wytheville, Va. AUGU§T WESMDONE, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA., COMMISSION MERCHANT FOR THE SALE OF BUTTER,LARD, BACON, DRIED FRUIT, and all kinds of Country Produce, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c.j &c. April 15, 1864. JOB PRINTING} EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE in as neat a manner ae can be done at any office in the State and on reasonable terms. The office is furnished with all the necessary material for the prompt execution of BLANKS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, HAND BILLS, POSTERS, &c., 4c. We invite our former customers, who know how we get up work, to give us a trial now. We have our Power Press in full operation. The Yankees gave it a good warming but none to hurt it as the wor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 11 November 1864

WITHT:VILLI: DISPATCH* VOL. 111. WYTHEVILLE PISPATCH. I>. A. ST. CLAIR, Proprietor. TERMS. The Dispatch is furnished to subscribers at $5.00 for six months, $3.00 tor three months, smgle copies, 10 els. ADVERTISING. One square( 10 lines) or less, each insertion . SI,OO. Liberal deduction made tot/early or quarterly advertisers Annonncemenfs of Candidates irtll be inserted for $5.00 in advance. Calculations of the Enemy. General Grant has declared his belief, in a letter that has been made public, that the Confederacy is at its last gasp; that the stock of fighting material has been entirely exhausted; that to compose the army which is now facing his on the lines from Petersburg to Richmond the Confederacy hud been compelled to rob the cradle and the grave; that his own forces, on the other hand, are in the highest state of preservation and efficiency; that in a very little time ho can put an extinguisher upon the war. llad these statements been submitted to a people capab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 11 November 1864

WTTHEVQJI DISPATCH. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER : 4, 1864. NOTICE. —The time of quite a number of our subscribers, who subscribed for the the Dispatch for six months, expires with this number. Those who desire to continue their Bubscription to the Dispatch will please give us notice. The Southern people have been fighting to little purpose if there lurks within the breast of even a wmall minority the least desire for reconstruction. The sacrifice made, and suffering endured, will have been in vain unless, as a people, we are determined to regard as our very worst enemies the ontire Yankee nation. Not that there could not bo singled out exceptions to the general rule of hatred for us and our institutions which prevails north of Mason and Dixon's, but these wherever found serve only to give prominence to the almost universal hatred. We deceive ourselves if we suppose for a single moment that love for the "poor downtrodden slave" enters into the account at the present stage of the game, even if i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 11 November 1864

PROCLAMATION Appointing a Day for Public Worship. It is meet that the people of the Confederate States should, from time to time, assemble to acknowledge their dependence on Almighty (}od, to render devout thanks for his manifold blessings, to worship His Holy name, to bend in prayer at Ilis footstool, and to accept, with reverent subnission, the chastening of His Allwise and Allmerciful Providence. Let us then in temples and in field, unite our voices in recognizing with adoring gratitude, the manifestations of Ilis protecting care in the many signal victories with which our armies have been crowned, in the fruitfulness with which our land has been blessed, and in the unimpaired energy and fortitude with which He has inspired our hearts and nerved our arms in resistance to the iniquitous designs of our enemies And let us not forget that, while graciously vouchcatiing to us Ilis protection, our sins have merited and received grevious chastisement; that many of our best and bravest h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 11 November 1864

FOE BALE. A PATENT TIRE BENDER for bending Wagon or Buggy tire, may also be used for rolling small band iron or sheets, would be useful to a blacksmith. It is so constructed that it may also bo used to crush the Sorghum Sugar Cane in making molasses on a small scale. J. B. WALKER, July 15—3t. Wytheville, Va. AUGUST WESEtfDOWK, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA., COMMISSION MERCHANT FOR THE SAMS OF BUTTER,LARD, BACON, DRIED FRUIT, and all kinds of Country Produce, Groceries, Wines, Liquors, &c., &c. April 15, 18G4. JOB PRINTING EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE in as neat a manner as can be clone at any office in the State and on reasonable terms. The office is furnished with all the necessary material for the prompt execution of BLANKS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, HAND BILLS, POSTERS, &c„ &c. We invite our former customers, who know how we get up work, to give us a trial now. We have our Power Press in full operation. The Yankees gave it a good warming but none to hurt ...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 25 November 1864

WYTHE VILLE DISPATCH. VOL. 111. WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. I). A. ST. CLAIR, Proprietor, ♦ TERMS. The Dispatch is furnished to subscribers at ss.oo for six months, $3.00 for three months, single copies, 10 cts. ADVERTISING. One. square( 10 line*) or less, each insertion, Si,oo. Liberal deduction made to yearly or quarterly advertisers Announcements of Candidates will he -inserted for % 5.00 in advance. The Heart of Man is like a Harp. The heart of man is like a harp Of many thousand strings; Touched by a skillful hand, a "tone Breathes from it sweet, or low or sharp, Or plaintive as a fairy's own, When broken are its wings. Oh! many are the notes that ring From this poor heart of mine; Sometimes 'tis like a joyous bird, When at the first warm days of spring, The fountain of all love is stirred, Moved by a hand divine. Hut then again sad tones of woe Come from each trembling string; Sad as the childless mother's heart, When all she loved is laid below, And the hot tears unbidden start, Fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 25 November 1864

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 18G4 NOTICE. —The time of quite a number of our subscribers, who subscribed for the the Dispatch for six months, expires with this number. Those who desire to continue their subscription to the Dispatch will please give us notice. The presidential election in Yankeedom has resulted in the re-elect-ion of Abraham Lincoln by an overwhelming majority. He has probably carried all the States except three, and has more than one hundred thousand majority of the popular vote. . This can be looked upon in no other light than as an endorsement of the policy of the administration, and a pledge that the war shall be vigorously prosecuted.— There can be no doubt that the polls were to some extent controlled by the bayonet, but we think those persons are much mistaken who believe that the result of the election is not a fair exponent of Yankee sentiment. For our own part we regard Lincoln as a very fit representative of the Northern people, and we firmly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 25 November 1864

on the field, being unable, in the confusion of his discomfiture, to bear them away. Gen. Pickett still holds the captured lines and has strengthened them considerably.— The prisoners were sent over to Richmond yesterday morning, and arc now meditating upon the fortunes of war in the seclusion of Bella Isle. No authentic information has yet been received that Sheridan has reinforced Grant. As late as the 14th instant, that General and his command were in the Valley. It is thought, however, that the two armies will eventually unite, and that in time to close the fall campaign with a final herculean effort to capture Richmond and Petersburg. PUBLICATIONS OP GEORGE L, BIDGOOD. Confederate School Series. THE CONFEDERATE SPELLER. Fourth Edition. The best Speller extant. THE CONFEDERATE PRIMER. Fourth Edition. THE CONFEDERATE RHYMING PRIMER. ILLUSTRATED PRIMER. Beautifully colored. THE CONFEDERATE READER. Part I. SMITH'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR NOW READY. THE ARMY SONGSTER. Dedicated to the Army ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 25 November 1864

FOR S_A.IrE. A PATENT TIIIE BENDER fur bending Wagon or Baggy tiro, may also bo used for rolling small band iron or sheets, would be useful to a blacksmith. It is so constructed that it may also be used to crush the Sorghum Sugar Cane in making molasses on a small scale. J. B. WALKER, July 15—3t. Wytheville, Va. JOll PRINTING EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE in as neat a manner as can be done at any office in the State and on reasonable terms. The office is furnished with all the necessary material for the prompt execution of BLANKS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, HAND BILLS, POSTERS, <fcc., &c. We invite our former customers, who know how we get up work, to give us a trial now. We have our Power Press in full operation. The Yankees gave it a good warming but none to hurt it as the work will show. Send in your jobs, and when it is possible send the paper to print them on and they will be printed in the best style. D. A. ST. CLAIR, Proprietor. HiUsvHle, Va.,-July 15th, 1864. TAX IN ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 2 December 1864

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH.™™" VOL. 111. WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. D. A. ST. CLAIR, Proprietor. TERMS. The Dispatch is furnished to subscribers atsi>.QbJbr six months, $3.00 for three monilu, single copies, 10 cts. ADVERTISING. One Btju«re(lO lives) or lets, each insertion, SI,OO. Liberal (Induction made to yearly or quarterly advertisers Announcements of Candidates vcitl I reinserted Jor $5.00 in advance. Grand Bazzar for the Relief of Confederate Prisoners. The Loduon Herald, of October 19th furnishes the following: Yesterday one of the most magnificent bazzars ever held in the North of England, was opened at St. George's Hall, in aid of the "Southern Prisoner's Relief Fund." For nearly six months the preparations have bech in progress, and during that time contributions the most valuable have flowed in from all parts of the world. So numerous, indeed arc the articles thus generously given, that the difficulty has not been to "dress" the stalls in the neclmnical sense of the word, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 2 December 1864

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. FRIDAY, DECEMBER : 2, 1864. NOTICE. —The time of quite a number of our subscribers, who subscribed for the the Dispatch for six months, expires with this number. Those who desire to continue their subscription to the Dispatch will please give us notice. Lincoln not Our President. The past is "in the eternal past" and we have nothing to do with it except so far as its teachings may conduce to our present welfare. To borrow trouble from the future has always been thought by men of .sense to be exceedingly unwise and uuprofitable, but it is certainly no more so than the continual taxing of the memory concerning the good times which are gone never to return. As little as we may think so, the flesh pots of Egypt from which we have fled and are fleeing, are impeeding our progress towards that independence which we must come unless we determine to the contrary. If freedom is that desirable thing, which we all believe it to be, and if subjugation presents to our minds a...

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