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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 7 October 1862

VOL. XXXIX. RICHARD MAUZY, Editor & Proprietor. TERMS. 9__T" Ihe "Spectator" is published once a week, ai Three Dollars a year IN ADVANCE. A J VERTISEMENTS of Un lines {or less) inserted once for one dollar, and Fifty cents for each subsequent continuance. larger advertisements inserted in ihe same proportion. ' _ A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. . . *A |gp Annual advertisers, mill be limited to their immediate business, or the advertisements cltarged for at transient rates. OnkSqoarb,(lo lines) ..lyear **_ __ " «• 7 00 « m 3 •« 500 l'wo Squares, lyear 18 00 •« . 1200 ■ a 3 t. 700 Three Squares lyear 2 ] °J) " " I*oo _« .< 3 «< 10 00 AU advertising for a less time than three months, will ie charged for at tie usual rates—§l 00 per square for the first insertion, and Fifty cents for each subsequent, issue. JOB PRINTING, OF EVERT VAKIETT, EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS A DESPATCH AT "THE "SPECTATOR" JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, Stone...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 7 October 1862

TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1862. Lincoln's Fiendish Proclamation. Since the time our first parents were expelled from Paradise, and "Tbey hand in hand, with wandering steps and slow, Through Eden took their solitary way." there has not been as much joy in Pandemonium as at this time. The ArchFiend in the 1 egions of woe, "grins horribly a ghastly smile," for he and his emissaries upon earth—the extreme abolitionists —have succeeded in prevailing upon '-Old Abo" to issue a proclamation of emancipation which will send a thrill of horror through all civilized nations. He invites the servile population of the South to enact the bloody scene of St. Domingo throughout the limits of the Southern Confederacy.— Beiore he committed this act of atrocity, in reply to the Committee sent by a meeting of the "Christians (!) of all denominations" of Chicago, who were, at the instigation of Satan, urging upon him to perpetrate it, he said that, "he had been considering it night and daj for some tim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 14 October 1862

VOL. XXXIX. Staunton J&pttator^ ItMHARD JIAUZY. Editor & Proprietor. terms! Ihe "Sj'BCTator" is published once a week, at Three Uollavw ajear IN ADVANCE. AD VERTISEMEMTS of ten lines {or less) inserted once for one dollar, _W Fifty cents for each subseque'ht continuance. Lamger advertisements inserted in ihe same proportion. A liberal discount made to those who advertiseJmAfiz y ear - M__\ Annual advertisers mill be limited to im mediate business, or the advertisements chargU transient rates. ,__lS___j One Square, (10 ..ne.) . .lyear JH " • 6 months .9 _ " s r " .m Two Squares, 1 year • m 9w^ " " Gmonths 12WT " « 3 «• 700 Three Squares, 1 year 21 00 " " Gmonths 14 00 « •< 3 " 10 00 All advertising tor a less time than three months, will be charged for at fie usual rates—sl 00 per square for the first insertion, and Fifty cents for each subsequent issue. JOB PRINTIiNG, OF EVERY VARIETY, EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS -fc DESPATCH AT THE "SPECTATOR" JOB PRIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 14 October 1862

* jSMatintw Spectator. ™ < STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ' ' —=c \ ' ,\ ' The Condition and Suffering of our ArmyAfford Relief. £ The brave ie- j fending us vJjAflfl ____.I_______H___. T who i^flsiiP*** ; !■_]_________■ conflicts^™.,-;. .^BBpiP^ l ' enemy —suffel^l^flfcffi^ J .' these which, bo here, i .L %-Kjf___iPf^ ? tll! embattled front. The cr_i^^ of trial and _.'_-^ rir who are not in the _SWp> - r i diers be not applied with blar^'ts,' clothes and shoes, We win lose more n.en by disease during the YvTnter than Irf all the gunboats, mortr.is, and muskets of the enemy. servation of our army depends li * part upon the fnrnishing of su« *< ;' plies as we have mentioned, aWBB preservation of our liberties, lives n?n_lp property dopends upon the health ofouaj army. If these supplies be not furnished in time—and there is no time to be lost—our army will be weakened by loss consequent upon exposure to such a degree as will make it doubtful, n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 21 October 1862

VOL. XXXIX. Staunton %cttat»r. UtiiUti) n \i!Zl\ Proprietor. TERMS. "-sf™ Ihe "'Spbctatoh ' i* published owee a week, "1Three l)olt«<_ n year l!V ADVANCE. AJVERriSEHESTS -. ten lines \->r le*s) inse.rtea once fur one -foliar, an I Fifty cent* for each suhsr-jue-it coniiii.uanee. tdoertistme ts inserted in Uie same mt tmai'tion. A liberal dieoaeuU mode to those who o<lvertix>- try the year. __f~ Annad a/ivertisers vidl he limited to their im■nedia'x business, or the advertisements charged for at '.ransient rate,,. One Sijua rp. ii > Hnes) .. I yea »■ $12 00 « months 7 00 3 ■* 500 two ■iQL-AH"., i i/i-ir 18 00 " *• 6 months 12 00 v 3 '• 700 f HHitir lyear 2100 " *• ft months 14 00 - <■ 3 '• 10 00 All advertising >r a le*s time than three months, will be charged for at. . ■_#■_ '".«-_—fl 00 per square for the first insertion and Fifty cent* far each subsequent issue. JOB PRINTING, OF EVEKY VARIETY, EXeCCTEU WI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 21 October 1862

Staunton spectator. J TUBSDAYItORVING. OCTOBER 21, 1862- | Wood I j Those who wish to furnish wood for . their subscription will please do so at J once, as we wish to lay in our Winter wppty- ' ] Blankets, Clutbes. *c, for onr Army. f We would again call the attention of 1 our readers to the melancholy fact that j our soldiers are sadly in need of blankets, clothes, and shoes. The Government must be depended upon to supply shoes, and we are rejoiced .to see that Congress made some provision to the attainment of that end; but individuals should come to the aid of the Government in supplying blankets and clothes. Though our brave boys, who are so dear to ns and so indispensable to the protection of all we prize, have their fair brows- wreathed with laurels and encircled with a halo of glory, yet their backs, which they never allow the enemy to see, are nearly bare, and though the tire uf patriotism burns brightly upon the altar of their hearts, yet their limbs are chilled with cold fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 28 October 1862

VOL XXXIX. Staunton UCHARD milZl. Proprietor. TERMS. .-W~ Ihe •'Hpectatok" is published once a week, ai Three Dollar, a yen* IN ADVANCE. .__-> FEHTISEMENTS of ten lutes (or less) inserted yncs for one dollar, an-l Fifty cents for each subsetueni continuance, larger inserted in '.he same proportion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the •/ear. Annu-ii advertisers w ill be limited to their immediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. OxkSijuaui-, (ID lines) .. 1 yea* $12 00 " " ..... ft months 7 00 " " 3 " 500 I'woSqcarss, lyear 18 00 " " 6 months. 12 00 " " 3 '• 700 Ihrbb Squares, lyear 2100 " " 6 months 14 00 " ' 3 " 10 oO All advertising 'or a less time than three months, will be tharged for at I c usual rates —# 100 per square for the first insertion and Fifty cents for each subsequent <'..»_. CCME TO LIFE AQAINI EAGON'S SOUTHERN LlVfcß AA D ANUBILLIOUS PILLS IN ORDER to meet the wants of the Confederate States ia ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 28 October 1862

Staunton Spectator. | STAUNTON, VA. oeTIMMMt **_ lat_Those who ny &WM* ** their sttbecriptiott witt v}*-** once, w *• ***> to lav A <3H Witt* I< oail.-t.oa of o*r Ar»y. Feeling sensibly impressed with the ity incumbent upon us of doing wl we mfor the relief ot onr gallant soldiers ho are even now Buttering for the want 'ow.d winter clothing,and whose sutterSs will increase as the season advances, | would again call upon our readers igo to work immediately and perform ie duty which patriotism and humanity reat many soldiers iv the held, and as a-nod soldiers too as ever marched with Id tread and unblanched cheek to ouths of hostile cannon belching tistruction and the dreadful sirocco ath, and it becomes the duty ot at home whose lives and property are defending by making a ram>f their noble bosoms, to iurnish with good clothing to protect them st the war ofthe elements, which, ir present destitute condition, they i much more tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 4 November 1862

VOL. XXXIX. & taunts RICH IRD .lUJZY, Editor.. Proprietor. TERMS. Ihe "Spectator" is published once a week, at Three Dolhus a year IN ADVANCE. A J VEU TIS EHE NTS of ten lines (or less) inserted once for one dollar, and Fifty cent* for each subseqnertt continuance. larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by tht ■year. J_f* Annual advertisers will be limited to their immediate business, or tke advertisements charged for at transient rates. One Square, (lo.*»«*) ..1 yea*- $12 00 *' *' . months 7 Oo " " 3 " 500 Two Squares,... 1 year 18 00 " " f> months 12 00 " " 3 '• 700 Three Squares 1 year 2100 " " ;.6 months 14 00 " H 8 " 1-JOO All advertising *or a less time than three months, will be charged for atl-e usual rates —|l 00 per square for the first insertion, and Fifty cents for each subsequent issue. CCME TC LIFE AGAIN! EAGON'S SOUTHERN LIVER AND ANTIBILLIOUS PILLS IN ORDER to meet the wants of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 4 November 1862

___■■!■■ ■ ■ i ■_, i _■ ii ■ .-. ■--»■_ ■■' -... . ' ■ ■'■- - ■ -*—"■*:"" £taunian %datQt. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1862 ] _p_\ transient advertisements to ensure rhsertion must be prepaid. No ■ new subscriptions will in future be re- , ceived without cash in advance. The ViMjß; ol Economy. There is every reason to believe, from present appearances, says the Lynchburg Virginian, that we shall be short ot supplies for our army and people next year. Hie short crop of an 4 corn for the past year; the fatality that has attended the hog crop; the waste superinduced jby large standing armies; the drought which has retarded the Tall operations of farmers in gettin.; their wheat sown, and the embarrassments that the agricultural portion of our citizens have suffered, in consequence of the presence of the enemy ? and the demand made upon them by our Governments, State and Confederate, will, we tear, be manifest in a ghort supply of bread and meat next year, lt behooves us therefore to ob...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 11 November 1862

VOL. XXXIX. Staunton spectator* RUHIRD .lIIZY, Editor* Proprietor. TERMS. __*?" Ike "Spbctatob" is ptMished once a week, ai Three OolUt.s a yeai IN ABVANCE. A J VEtt TISEMENTS of ten lines (or less) inserted once for on-e dollar, and Fif'tu cents for each subsfquent jontina-ince. Larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. I-aF" Annual advertisers will be limited to their immetliate business, or the advertisements charged for al ir.tnsient rates. One Square, (10. ines) ..lyear $12 00 •• ft months 7 00 «« * 3 " 500 Two Squabbs, lyear 18 00 " •< % months 12 00 «• " 3 '* 700 Thres S .oaebs, lyear 2100 " - § months 14 00 «■ •« s " L) on All advertising 'or a less time than three months, will be 'shargs.ifor __. •_ usual rates—s\ 00 per square for Ahe first insertion and Fifty cents for each subsequent issue. VIKOIN IA HOTEL. THE VIROIMA HOTEL, so extensively known to the travelling public, as one of the ve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 11 November 1862

v. ' ——■ Spectator. VA. J TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1862. ' t— I ggjir" All transient adrertisements to c ensure insertion must be prepaid. No ' new subscriptions will in future be re- j ceived without cash in advance. News From Onr Army. < There'bas been almost daily heavy ( skirmishing between our forces and the . enemy since they changed their posi- ' tions. It is reported that there was a ' fight on Monday, the 3d inst, at Cas- | tlemau's Ferry in Clarke county, be- ' tween the forces of Gen'l A. P. Hill and l the enemy, in which our loss was but ' small. The enemy was repulsed with 1 considerable loss. The enemy, if seems, • attempted to th row a large body of troops ' across the Shenandoah at the point dcs- '' ignated, with the supposed intention of i moving upon Winchester. Castleman's ; Ferry is on the direct road from Leesburg to Winchester, and about seven- ' teen miles trom the latter point, and ' about 3 miles distant from Snickersville. ' Loudon county, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 18 November 1862

VOL. XXXIX. iitatratim S. pettstirr. RICHARD MAUZY, Editor L Proprietor. Terms! Ihe "Spectator" is published once aweeh, ai Three Dollars a year IN ADVA-VCK. AJ VERTISEMENTS of Un lines {or less) inserted once for one dollar, and Fifty cents for each subsequent continuance. larger advertisements inserted in Hie same proportion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. £__" Annual advertisers will be limited to their immediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. OnbSquare, (lQlines) ..1 year $12 00. " " 6 months 7 00 " 8 " 500 Two Squares, 1 year 18 00 i -J' 'i Hotel are extensive stables, under the management of Bayers & Co., who are well known for their experience and efficiency in this department. Horses will be taken on livery; and Horses, Buggies, and .Hacks, will he afforded to guests on reasonable terms. The proprietors are well prepared to accommodate families who wish to spend the summer months in ithis health v port...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 18 November 1862

staunion Spectator. STAUNTONJA. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1862. B____-_- M " M '*---gßge-BB^* M ^ Bg? f3i§F~ All transient advertisements to ensure insertion must be prepaid. No new subscriptions will in future be re- ; ceived without cash in advance. Lient. Col. Doyle's Fight with the Enemy On Sunday week, the 9th inst., Lieut. Col. Robert!. Doyle, of Col. Imboden's command, had a fight with the Yankees about 17 miles south of Moorefield, Hardy county. Lieut. Col. Doyle's force at the time was only 300 infantry, whilst the force of the enemy consisted of 400 cavalry, one regiment of infantry and 8 pieces of cannon—one a 12 pound howitzer, one a rifled gun, and the other an ordinary-sized mountain gun. At a quarter before six o'clock on Sunday morning, Lt Col. Doyle received iutel ligence of the approach of the enemy in considerable force. He immediately put his train in motion up the South Fork, drew out his little force and prepared for battle. His men were stationed on the si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 2 December 1862

VOL. XXXIX. Staunton Spectator. illi HARD .IAUZY, EditorA Proprietor. TERMS. __#" Ihe "Spectator" is published once a week, ai Three Dollars a year IN ADVANCE. A J VERTISEMENTS of ten lines (or less) inserted once for one dollar, and Fifty cents for each subsequent continuance. larger advertisements inserted in iue same proportion. A liberal disco ant made to those who advertise by the year. Annual advertisers will be limited to their immediate business, or the advertisetnents charged for at transient rates. One Square, (10._»es) ..lyear $12 00 «< <• 6 months 7 00 « « 3 " 5 00 Two Squares,...- lyear 18 00 « •• 6 months 12 00 » « 8 " 7 00 Three Squares lyear 2100 «« " 6 months 14 00 « •« 8 " 10 00 All advertising tor a less time than three months, will he'eharged for at tie usual rates—sl 00 per square for the first insertion, and Fifty cents for each subsequent issue. REWARD * fcstolen, irom tho stable ofthe subscriber, at Staunton, on the night of the 20th ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 2 December 1862

JStauntan %cttator. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1862. «' Owe no Man Anything." Tliere never was a more favorable time than the present to comply w T ith the scriptural injunction, "owe no max anything." It may be taken for granted that those who have the means and refuse or neglect to pay their debts now, have no idea of ever paying them at all, unless forced to do so by legal process. These times will serve to expose the really dishonest. We have proposed that all those who are indebted for subscription, who will come forward and pay before the first of January what they are owing for the past and also the present year in advance, will only be charged at the advanced rates for the past years. Those who fail to avail themselves of the advantages of this proposition will be charged at the rates of $2.50 for the past year or years, as the case may be, and three dollars for the present. By the proposition offered, those who are owing from the first of May 1860, (the time at which we t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 9 December 1862

VOL. XXXIX. Staunton :$i iIVSM) .1 _CZY, EditcrAProprietor. Virginia:— At a Court continued and held for Augusta county, at the Oouit-Hcuse, on Tuesday, the26th day of November, 1-.62— Ordered, fiiat Colonel John B. Baldwin, Colonel Vy'm. M. Har__iau, aud Hugh W. tibeffey, Esq , be appointed a Committee to prepare au order, having for it? object: Ist, the appointment of Committees in each Magisterial ilia-rict to solicit subscriptions in money, shoes, oi;;i__6<_ and clothing, for the benefit of *he soldiers from Augusta ccontv in the army, and of a Ceuu ii Commutes to receive, dispose of, and distribute- succ supplies as may be needeo by the soldiers. Aud 2d, To appeal to the people, and especially the ladies ot the county, to coutribute liberally ot their meaus tor the relief of the soldiers trom . the county in the manner aforesaid. In pursuance of the foregoing order, Colonel John B. Baldwin prepared the following Entry, which is ordere d to be entered of record as fol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 9 December 1862

<£taunton Spectator. aTAUNTON.VA. MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1862. Skirmishes. On Wednesday, General Hampton's | Cavalry captured a Yankee picket, con- , sisting of a Lieutenant and five men, at Stafford Store, north of Fredericksburg. Appearances indicate that there will be fighting in Tennessee in a short time. On the 28th of November, the enemy attacked our forces at Lavergne, (fifteen miles beyond Murfreesboro,) with a superior force of cavalry and artillery, before which Gen. Wheeler retired slowly f »ur miles. He then, being reinforced, rallied his command and drove the enemy back, regaining all the ground he had lost. Greater success would probably have attended our arms but for the lateness of the hour and the unfortunate wound received by the General. The tight closed without material advantage on either side. During the latter part ot the engagement a shell exploded under General Wheeler's horse, killing the animal and injuring one of the General's legs, but not dange...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 16 December 1862

VOL. XXXIX. Staunton JSpttatar. itit HARD MAttZr, Editor & Proprietor. VIRGINIA :— At a Court continued and held for Augusta couuty, at the Court-House, on Tuesday, the2sth day of November, IS62 — Ordered, That Colonel John B. Baldwin, Colonel "Wm, H. Harman, and Hugh W. Sheffey. Esq., be appointed a Committee to prepare au order, having for its object: Ist, the appointment of Committees in each Magisterial District to solicit subscriptions in money, .hoes, blankets and clothing, for the benefit of the soldiers from Augusta ccunty in the army, and of a Central Committee to receive, dispose of, and distribute sucn supplies as may be needed by the soldiers. And 2d, To appeal to the people, and especially the ladies of the county, to contribute liberally of their means for the relief of the soldiers irom the county in the manner aforesaid. In pursuance ofthe foregoing order, Colonel John B. Baldwin prepared the following Entry, which is ■ordered to be entered of record as f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator — 16 December 1862

STAUNTON,VA. TUESDAY MOKI.ING., DECEMBER 16, 1862. The Conflict at Fredericksburg. At five o'clock on Thursday morning last, the enemy, under the command of Burnside, at Fredericksburg, attempted to lay down pontoon bridges, on which to cross the Bappahanock, at three places. One at the site of the railroad bridge which spanned the river at the lower end of the town; another at the ford above the town, and between it and Falmouth, and the third below the mouth of Deep Bun, which is about three miles below the city. The attempts ut the first named points were repulsed with considerable loss to the enemy, our sharpshooters and skir mishers co-opera.ing with the artillery in the affair. At the lower point, the pontooniers were protected from the fire of our artillery by the river bluff, and the cominaud of the position by the enemy's guns rendered sharpshooters unavailable. At this place, by six o'clock in the evening, the enemy commence! At seven o'clock, it is supposed by the permiss...

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