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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 10 February 1865

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1865. Peace. There have been various rumors of an early peace in circulation for the last ten days, which have served to elevate the spirits of the disheartened in a wonderful manner. In fact, almost every one seems more or less cheered by the prospect.— Some of the most sanguine predict that we will have peace before the 4th of March, while others, not quite so hopeful, are nevertheless quite sure that it will come within the memorable "ninety days" of which we have heretofore heard so much. No one would hail the advent of peace with more pleasure than ourselves, yet we feel it to be our duty to warn our readers against placing too much confidence in the rumors which are afloat, or trusting too much to the efforts of those honorable gentlemen who recently left Richmond for Washington City. He who does so may soon find that his hopes were delusive, and from the heightli of hope and expectation he may soon be plunged into the slough of despon...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 10 February 1865

PUBLICATIONS OF . ; GEORGE I. 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 of Northern Virginia. The best collection of Songs published in the South. Address orders to GEOKGE I. BIDGOOD, PUBLISHER AND BOOKSELLER, 161 Main Street. RICHMOND, VA. THE SOUTHERN FIELD & FIRESIDE. GRAND LITERARY COMBINATION! "The Southern Field & Fireside," OF AUGUSTA, GA., AND "Illustrated Mercury," OF RALEIGH, N.C., Combined and continued under the old popular title of THE Southern Field and Fireside. RNILE Proprietors of the "MERCUX KY" having purchased the "SOUTHERN FIELD AND FIRESIDE' and finding it impossible to make arrangements which would insure a regular supply of paper, upon account of the irregular...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 10 February 1865

BLACK INK POWDER! TO make a durable and excellent SHINING BLACK INK, which flows freely and will not corrode the pen. WARRANTED PERMANENT. MM. O For office ruling, official papers,&c. MADE AND SOLD BY J. B. WALKER, Chemist. Oct. 21 tf. Wytheville, Va. 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, Ac., &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. Hillsville, Va., July 15th, 18G4, aIAX IN KIND. To correct what seems to be a general misapprehension o...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 17 February 1865

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. VOL. IV. WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. D. A. ST. CLAIR, Proprietor. TERMS. The Dispatch is furnished to subscribers at ss.oo for six months, £3.00 tor three months, single copies, 10 cts. ADVERTISING. One square(\o lines) 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. Asa Hartz on Music. Jacque O'Dimunts, Esq My Dear Bower: —Next to my unaccountable penchant for the sweet, voung, female patriot, of brow-bath-ing propensity, is my inordinate love of music. Music, my Bower,enchants me.— I feed upon it—l drink it—l sleep under its soothing intluence—l awake in the early morn to a concert of sweet sounds, and die away at dewy eve with a soft diapason stealing gently o'er my rapt senses; and when grim death asks me to hand in my checks, I expect to be euchred into eternity with seraphic melody floating through my soul. Music, my Bower, is an institution three parts he...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 17 February 1865

VYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1805 As we anticipated the result of the peace movement has ended in a miserable j fiasco. We warned our veaders against placing any confidence in it, because we felt confident from the first that it would result in no good, and it has turned out just as we predicted. Our Commissioners have returned to Richmond, after having met with Messrs Lincoln and Seward at Fortress Monroe, and it is understood that the reception with which they met was anything but flattering. The only terms father Abraham offers to us poor rebels are "reconstruction and submission." We must throw down our arms, prostrate ourselves at his feet, "humbly confessing our manifold sins and wickedness," and then, perhaps, he may consent to receiveu* in his fatherly embrace again.— The only other condition he requires for our admission into the "best Government the world ever saw," are that we must agree to the small matter of freeing all our negroes and paying the Yankee war...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 17 February 1865

PUBLICATIONS OF GEORGE LJIDGOOD. Confederate School Series. THE CONFEDERATE SPELLER. Fourth Edition. The hest Speller extant. THE CONFEDERATE PRIMER. Fourth Edition. THE CONFEDERATE RHYMING PRIMER. ILLUSTRATED PRIMER. Beau- tifully colored. THE CONFEDERATE READER. Part 1.. SMITH'S ENGLISH GRAMMAR NOW READY. THE ARMY SONGSTER. Dedicated to the Army of Northern Virginia. The best collection of Songs published in the South. Address orders to GEORGE L. BIDGOOD, PUBLISHER AND BOOKSELLER, 161 Main Street. RICHMOND, VA. TIIE SOUTHERN FIELD & FIRESIDE. OR AN 1) COMIHNATION! "The Southern Field &. Fireside," OF AUGUSTA, GA., AND "Illustrated Mercury," OF RALEIGH, N.C., Combined and continued under the old popular title of THE Southern Field and Fireside. rnilE Proprietors of the "MERCUI RY" having purchased the "SOUTHERN FIELD AND FIRESIDE"' and tiuding it impossible to make arrangements which would insure a regular supply of paper, upon account of the irregularity an...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 17 February 1865

BLACK INK POWDER! TO make a durable and excellent SHINING BLACK INK, which flows freely and will not cor rode the pen. WARRANTED PERMANENT. O Oft-ftuofc. For office ruling, official papers,&c, MADE AND SOLD BY J. B. WALKER, Chemist, Oct. 21 tf. "YVytheville, Va. 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, HANI) BILLS, POSTERS, Ac., 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 BH the work will show. Send in your jobs, and when it is possibly send the paper to print them on and they will bo printed in the best style. I). A\ ST. CLAIR, Proprietor. Hillsville, Va., July 15th, 1864. rrux IN KIND. i To correct what seems to be a general misapprehensi...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 24 February 1865

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. VOL. IV. WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. I). A. ST. CLAIR, Proprietor. TERMS. The Dispatch is furnished to subvribers at #s.oo for six months, $3.00 lor three months, single copies, 10 cts. ADVERTISING. One sqitare( 10 lines) or less, each insertion, SI,OO. Liberal deduction made to yearly or quarterly advertisers Announcements of Candidates will he inserted f0r% 5.00 in advance. HDQ'iIS ARMIES OF TIIE C. | STATES, I 11th February, 1865. ) GENERAL ORDERS { No. 2. } In entering upon the campaign about to open, the General-in-Chief feels assured that the- soldiers who have so long and so nobly borne the hardships and dangers of the war, require no exhortation to respond to the calls of honor and duty. With the liberty transmitted by their forefathers they have inherited the spirit to defend it. The choice between war and abject submission is before them. To such a proposal brave men with arms in their hands can have I nit one answer. They cannot barter manhood for peace, nor...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 24 February 1865

Senate with marked dignity and ability. In 1860 he was a candidate for the Presidency, and though defeated, received the electoral vote of almost all the Southern States. — Since the commencement of the present war, the gallant part he has taken in defence of the South is already a portion of the history of our struggle WTTHEVILLE DISPATCH. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1865. We publish on the first page of the Dispatch today, two very im portant "General Orders", recently issued by General Lee on assuming the Chief command of the armies of the Confederate States. "We hope that they will be read by all of our subscribers, and that every one who reads them will take the pains to circulate them as extensively as possible. Let every deserter know that another opportunity, which will be the last, is afforded him to return, without punishment, to the post of honor and duty; and that if he neglects or refuses to accept this, he will not only receive the punishment merited by his conduct, but the s...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 24 February 1865

PUBLICATIONS OF 6EOR6E 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 of Northern Virginia. The best collection of Songs published in the South. Address orders to GEORGE L. BIDGOOD, PUBLISHER AND BOOKSELLER, 161 Main Street. RICHMOND, VA. THE SOUTHERN FIELD & FIRESIDE. GRAND LITERARY COMBINATION! "The Southern Field & Fireside," OF AUGUSTA, GA., AND "Illustrated Mercury," OF RALEIGH, N.C., Combined and continued under the old popular title of THE Southern Field and Fireside. MILE Proprietors of the "MERCU--1 RY" having purchased the "SOUTHERN FIELD AND FIRESIDE" and finding it impossible to make arrangements which would insure a regular supply of paper, upon account of the irregularity...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 24 February 1865

BLACK INK POWDER! TO make a durable and excellent SHINING BLACK INK, which flows freely and will not corrode the pen. WARRANTED PERMANENT. 1 o For office ruling, official papers,&c. MADE AND SOLD BY J. B. WALKER, Chemist. Oct. 21 tf. Wytheville, Va. 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., &c. Wo 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, llillsville, Va., July 15th, 1804. rnAX IN KIND. I To correct what seems to be a general misa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 3 March 1865

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. VOL. IV. WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. D. A. ST» CLAIR, Proprietor. TERMS. The Dispatch is furnished, to sub-■icribci-s at $5.00 for six months, $3.00 for three months, single copies, 10 cts. ADVERTISING. One square{ 10 lines) or less, each insertion, SI,OO. Liberal deduction madeio yearly or quarterly advertisers Announcements of Candidates trill be inserted for $5.00 in advance. The Expected Confederate Rams. The Yankee mind is still distracted over the anticipated arrival of t-he French rams on the coast of Yankeeland. The Herald sounds loud blasts of warning over their coming, and contains a lengthy description of their build, power, See. Editorially, it says: We give to-day a portrait of one of these vessels, known in Europe as the Sphynx. She is a formidable ship, but not, as has been over hastily said, the most formidable at'loat/ Her engines are of three hundred and fifty horse power, and her ram is thirty-five feet in length. She has two turrets, pierced collect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 3 March 1865

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH, FRIDAY, MARCH : : : 3, 18G5 The memory of a Jackson, to say nothing of the thousand other noble martyx-s, forbids the thought of reconstruction. They died in vain, and will only be remembered as unsuccessful rebels, if we who survive them do not lend every energy of mind and body to the work of preventing the Yankee yoke from being placed upon our necks. We would not lift the vail, if we could, and look into the future of the Southern country, as it would appear if sul>jugated and controlled by Yankee task-masters. Those who have studied the exceeding meanness of the Yankee character, can easily imagine the horrid state of affairs. It will not come to this, however, if the citizens do not fail in their duty to the soldiers. All need not l>e in the army, but every one must he willing to sacrifice. The soldier must be fed, and clothed, and encouraged, and this too not solely by the Government. Our soldiers are not hirelings, but bone of our b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 3 March 1865

CONFEDERATE TAX NOTICE. I will attend -with the Assessors at my office in llillsville, from Monday the 6lh to Tuesday the tbeilßlh day of February, 18G5, to receive the following taxes now due and payable, viz: Ist. The lax on property for 1864. 2d. The money value of all forfeited assessments of "Tax in kind" for 1803, and penalty, Those who still wish to pay the articles in kind with which they were assessed for 1883 out of the crop of 1864, can do so provided they detiver the articles in kind to the Depot Agent within 30 days from the date of ths notice. 3d. The taxes on incomes, salaries and profits for 1804. 4th. The additional tax of ten per cent, on profits made by buying and selling from the ls« day of January, 1864, to the Ist day of January 1865. sth. Tax on quarterly sales for the quarter .ending the 31st December, 1864. 6th. -The tax on licenses for the year 1865, due from persons engaged in the following named trade, business or occupation, viz: bankers, auctioneers, wh...

Publication Title: Wytheville Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 3 March 1865

BUCK INK POWDER! TO make a durable and excellent SHINING BLACK INK, which flows freely and will not corrode the pen. WARRANTED PERMANENT. ALSO HjzW For office ruling, official papers,&c. MADE AND SOLD BY J. B. WALKER, Chemist. Oct. 21 tf. Wytheville, Va. VIRGINIA. A T rules held in the Clerk's ofXJLfice of the Circuit Court of Carroll. County, at the Court-house on M nday the sth day of February 1665. ) M Hebecea Fulkcs, Complt. p vs £2 William A.J. Fulkes, Andrew - p fiuuler, Jonathan R. Sumner, « Thomas J. Fulkes and Rececca 3 J* tr.e Fulkes, * Defts. J•' The object of this suit is to recover 1. wer in lands which said William h. J. Fulkes has contracted to sell, and also damages for being kept t of her dower right, appearing from an affidavit filed ; tins cause that defendant Wiltu A. J. Fulkes is not a resident - this State. On motion of the plaiu- ' "by her counsel it is ordered that <* said defendant do appear here thin one month after due publica- . •) ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 17 March 1865

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. VOL. IV. WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. P. A. ST. CLAIR, Proprietor. TERMS. The Dispatch, is furnished to subscribers at $5.00,/b>- six months, $3.00 tor three months, single copies, 10 cts. ADVERTISING. One square(\o lines) or less, each insertion, SI,OO. Liberal deduction made to yearly or quarterly advertisers Announcements of Candidates icill be inserted for $5.00 in advance. Ballad. HV H. B. HAYNIE, SURG. 9TH TENN. CAVALRY. AIR. — Bel gin on the Rhine, or Richmond on the James. To arms! to arms! my comrades! Your country calls you now, Assert your rights as freemen. And scorn the Despot's vow. He seeks to subjugate you, With fiendish malignity, Oh rally boys! Oh rally! And set your country free. Our homes«are devastated, Our freedom put to shame, < )h strike my gallant soldier! The South we will reclaim. Then buckle on your armor, Ynd proclaim for liberty; <)h rally boys! Oh rally! And set your country free. Our wives have been insult...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 17 March 1865

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. FRIDAY, MARCH : : : 17, 18G5 Roll on the Ball. An impromptu meeting of the citizens of Wythe washeld at Wytheville, on Monday the 13th inst., for the purpose of seeing what could be done in the way of bread and meat contributions for Gen. Lee's army. The meeting had not been advertised, and very many who would have given were not present. Speeches were made by Brigadier General John Echols, and Major J. Horace Lacy. Gen. Echols, who sometime since purchased for the use of his own family, one thousand pounds of pork and one hundred bushels of corn, donated one half of each to feed the warworn veterans of Gen. Lee's army. A noble example, and worthy of imitation! There were contributed on the occasion, forty six hundred pounds of bacon, three hundred and twenty Jive bushels of corn, one thousand pounds of beef, twenty five bushels of wheat, and six barrels of flour. We feel warranted in saying that :his is but a commencement for old Wythe. Her people prefer short ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 17 March 1865

thereafter; Provided, that upon the order of special election of electors of President and Vice President of the Confederate States under the requirements of the Confederate Constitution or laws of Congress, the election shall be held on the day specified by the officer of the Confederate Government whoso duty it is to order such election, and for the election of Representatives in Congress on the first Wednesday in November, in the year 1865, and on the same day in every second year thereafter. It shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Commonwealth to prepare a synopsis of the several laws relating to elections, showing the duties and obligations of superintendents and other officers holding elections, accompanying the same with forms of poll books, of oaths of officers, and of returns of elections. The same shall be printed by the Public Printer, and a notice shall be given in the newspapers of the city of Richmond stating that officers of elections may obtain copie* thereof by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 17 March 1865

BLACK IKK POWDER! TO make a durable and excellent SHINING BLACK INK, which flows freely and will not corrode the pen. WARRANTED PERMANENT. ALSO Ofr^BDpfc For office ruling, official papers,&C. MADE AND SOLD BY J. B. WALKER, Chemist. Oct. 21 tf. AVytheville, Va. VIRGINIA. AT rules held in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of Carroll County, at the Court-house on Monday the sth day of February 1805. ] „ Rebecca Fulkes, Complt. p vs • tr William A. J. Fulkes, Andrew J 1 s® Shuler, Jonathan R. Sumner, « Thomas J. Fulkes and Rececca q Jane Fulkes, Defts. J • The object of this suit is to recover Dower in lands which said William A. J. Fulkes has contracted to sell, and also damages for being kept out of her dower right. It appearing from an affidavit filed in this cause that defendant William A. J. Fulkes ia not a resident of this State. On motion of the plaintiff by her counsel it is ordered that the said defendant do appear here within one month after due publication ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wytheville dispatch — 24 March 1865

WYTHEVILLE DISPATCH. VOL, IV. [PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY Or THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.] JOINT RESOLUTION. IN RELATION TO THE APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEES OF SAFETY. Adopted February 25th, 18G5. Resolved. That the General Assembly appoint for each county and city of the Commonwealth wherein »t may be practicable to discharge the duties hereinafter assigned a Committee of Safety, consisting of three citizens not subject to service in the army, and with power to fill all vacancies occurring in their respective committees, and appoint any necessary agents in each magisterial district, whose duties it shall be to urge and induce the people to sell or loan promptly to the Confederate authorities all army supplies which, by the exercise of the most rigid economy, can possibly be spared; to organize a systematic collection of all supplies of provisions and clothing which can be procured by voluntary contribution, and transmit the same by special messenger to the soldiers in their camps, and to report ...

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