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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 21 July 1863

VOL. XL. _miiip JACTtJE(litor& Proprietor THE SPECTATOtT IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING RATES * FOR 1 YEAR, $3.00 IN ADVANCE. *« 6 MONTH., $2.00 «« ■ *. 3 ** *?1.25 ** ** SINGLE COl-.-.S I If TEEN CENTS. AD VER _ ,f« ; 'jht lines {or less) inserted once for Ifi .. "• S.v/.ntt-fivk Cents for each sub eequ %t *•*'.- larger advertisements inserted in the sam* proportion.. r " Annual adi-srtisers will be limited to their im mediai* business, or the advertisements charged for at transit nt rates. Ojn-SQ-Att- {% 7 ines) ..lyear $18 00 •« * «-__•-._- 1200 ' •« 800 T.-s.. .*, lyear 27 00 " • 6 months 18 00 •• 3 '• 12 00 .:-.--. rtQtAttES, lyear 35 00 " $ months 2100 •< 8 " 15 00 All advertibinu for a less Ume than three months, will •ie'ehnrged for t.■; usual rates —tl.O'J per square for ihe first insertion, and Skvb.vty-five Cents for each subsequent issue. Unless the number of insertions be marfed upon the manuscript, they will be insertei until for bid, and c...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 21 July 1863

STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY, JUZ.-T 21, 1863. FROM GEN. LEE'S ARMY. As Gen. Lee had forbidden any tele grams to be sent during the past week, there has been but little news from that army. It is now known, however, thai his army lias re-crossed the Potomac, and is now again upon the sacred soil of Virginia. Whilst Meade was ex pecting Lee to be upon him every day. Lee very leisurely withdrew his forces to this side of the River. Meade tele graphed to Halleck that he had captur ed about 2,000 of our rear guard, but as we have learned what estimate to place npon the telegrams of Yankee Generals, who seem to lie by rule, we do not at tach much importance to it. In refer ence to this matter, the Lynchburg Re publican says: The Yankee commander, with the usual disregard of truth, claims to have captured 2000 prisoners during the fall ing back of our army from Hagerstown. We have the best authority for stating that our entire loss in tlie brilliant movement did not exceed three hund red in kill...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 28 July 1863

VOL. XL. IU( H \R_> IIUZY, E<ii.or& Proprietor. THE SPECTATOR IS PUBLISHED EVEBY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING KATES * FOR 1 YEAR, $3.00 IN ADVANCE. ** 6 MONTHS, $2.00 " " <• 3 «* $1.25 ** «« SINGLE COPIES FIFTEEN CENTS. AD VER TISEMENTS ofeiyht lines (or less) insert- ed once for $1.00, and Seventy-five Cents for each si ib tequent continuance. larger advertisenu .. £„■ inser ted in the same proportion. r_f Annual advertisers will be limited to their im mediate business, or the advertisements c'.arged for at transient rates. Oxe Square, {Blines) ..lyear **flßoo •• •' 6 months 12 00 S " 800 Two Squares, ... 1 year _7 00 » •* «»/.. dhs 18 00 " " 8 - 1200 Three Squares, lyear 3500 •« n § months 2100 " •« ...h ■• 15 00 All advertisvrtg fr a Ut* tion than three mentis, will be cltargedfor ■<itk< mom* rcttm — per square for the first insertion, and Seven _»_ive Cents for **, ach svbseguent Ui tfe Unless'he numhtr . I se, '.'on sbe marked upon the manuscript, thorn ...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 28 July 1863

jStatati&t. %c..a.or\ STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY, _ ULY 28, 1863. |3|r~ , l_on. Pierre Soule arrived in Charleston S. C, on the 18th instant, on the Alice, from Nassau. |g§P William H. Letcher, Esq., father of Governor Letcher, died in Lexington on the 20th instant, in tlie 84th year or his age. The Unitod States steamer DeKalb, an iron clad, carrying thirteen*guns, was destroyed by torpedoes on the _a zoo river, on the 18th inst. At Port 1 ludson, the number of the £rairison which surrendered was between 5,000 and 6,000, of whom there were not more than 2,000 effective men lor duty. During the siege about 200 had been killed and 300 wounded. $s_T* By the fall of Vicksburg, we lost three Major-Generals, seven Briga dier Generals, and twenty-three thou sand men, ninety pieces of artillery, and forty thousand stand of small arms.— The enemy falsely report our loss much greater, but the truth makes it bad e nough. It is not generally known, says the "Rebel," how many aids a field Gen er...

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 August 1863

VOL. XL JSteh:._ aiCH--._* M__.-._. Editor*, Proprietor* THE SPECTATOR" IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING RATES * FOR 1 YEAR, $3.00 IN ADVANCE. " 6 ".ONTHs:, 32.00 " " .. 3 «* ?1.25 ** '« SINGLE COP!., MFTEEN CENTS. ADVERTIStj',', . . 5 f eight lines (or less)inserted at the rate of On Oot-.AB per square for each in sertion. I&rg*-* ■■i-ve-r tsement* vn - tried in ihe scrzc proportion. l_W Annua « will be limited to (heir im mediate businesK . <r the Advertisements charged for at transient rates. <>\ T _ Squabb, {Blines) ..1 year flB 00 " " 6 months 12 00 '* . .3 " 8 00 TwoSqnAiiES, lyear 27 00 j •* " 6 months 18 00 " ** 3 •• 12 00 Thfu-b lyear 35 00 •« 6 months 2100 3 " 1500 iy for a lets time than three months,uiU I the usual rates —s 1.00 per tquare for each subseq . Ifr.less tn.t number of insertions be marked upon the mar.uscript, iliey will be insertei until forbid, and charged a ceo d, $ly. CO MM UNIC '' '/'lONS.—Announcements of Candi dates fo...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 4 August 1863

£tai»liii Spectator. STAUN i( ' N ' V J^_ TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1863. **■ ' '- — ■ FROM GEN. LEE'S ARMY- During the past week the army of Gen. Lee was in Culpepper whilst that ot Gen'l Meade was in Fauquier—the two armies being vis a vis looking at each other, and occasionally givingeach other a shake ofthe bloody hand in the shape of a spirited skirmish. We do not anticipate a general engagement for several weeks yet. Whether our army is now in Culpepper or has changed its location will be known in proper time. Our army is now at home and is ready to extend to Meade a cordial welcome whenever he may choose to call upon it MEXICO DECLARED AN EMPIRE. Intelligence from the city of Mexico, to the 10th ult, says that a council of notabilities, held on the 10th instant declared that the Mexican nation, thro' them, select an empire as the form of Government, and declare Maximilian, of Austria, Emperor. Should he decline the throne, they implore the French Em peror to select a person in whom ...

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 August 1863

VOL. XL. 81-ftiS t* iToprietor ___Efcß oP^OIxVTOBT IS PUBLISHED EVKKY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING KATES * FOR 1 YEAR, 33.00 WM ADVANCE. " G MONTHS, $2.00 " «« <. 3 « $1.25 *'« «* SI-COLE COPIES FIFTEEN CENTS. A D VER TISEMENTS of eight lines {or less ) inserted at the rate of o__ Doll_b j?e/* square for each in sertion, larger advertisements inserted in the same propor-tioit,. J_ r " Annual advertisers will be limited to (heir im,- Midutte business, or the advertisements charged for at Wwisitnt rates. O.vsSquars, (B lines) ..I year $18 00 " " 1200 •« " 3 " 800 Two Squahes, 1 year 27 00 " *' 6 months 18 00 " " 3 ** 1200 Tehee Squahes, ........1 year 35 00 " «__>«_-_■ 2100 " " 3 " 1500 All advertising for a less time than three months,wilt be charged for at the usual rates —sl.oo per square for each insertion, *%bsequ,ent issue. Unless the number of insertions be marked upon the manuscript, they will be insertei until forbid, and nharged accordingly. COMMUNICATIONS—Announc...

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 August 1863

TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1863. is..i ■ ! Tt -; — rz . There is considerable excitement horo , in anticipation of a visit from tho Y»n ! kees in considerable force trom the West. Preparations are being m.ulo to meet them. STBAG'.LERS AND DESEKTI'.IIs We would invite tbe attention ot tho public generally, and of stragglers and deserters from the army particularly, to the appeal of President Davis to all who are absent from their posts of duty, to return immediately,and avail them.eh os ofthe pardon granted to all who will re turn to their commands by the 20th of this month. All who return by tbat time will be pardoned, and those who refuse to do so will be punished as de serters. All who are in confinement will be released and returned to their respective commands. Those who were confined in Castle Thnnder in Rich mond, 1080 in number, have been re leased, and sent rejoicing to join their commands in the, field. To stragglers and deserters, the time between this and the 20th instant, is a ...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 18 August 1863

VOL. IL. Jltotflii^tctator^ THE SPECTATOR IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING RATES . FOR 1 YEAR, $4.00 IN ADVANCE. " 6 MONTHS, $3.00 " " «. 3 " $2.00 *« «« SINGL- COPIES FIFTEEN CENTS. AD VERTfSEMENTSof eight lines (or less) inserted Hi the rate of One Dollar per square for each in mrtlon. Larger advertisements inserted in the same ■proportion. l_\T~ Annual advertisers will be limited to fheir im mediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. 4Kb Square, (B lines) .. 1 year $25 00 «' •• 6 months 16 00 .« « 3 " 1100 ■*fwo Sq-t_r_s, ~ lyear ... 35 00 .< •< 6 months..:.:'. 2-"> 00 n ♦« 3 «• 16 00 "*_•__SqoArbs, lyear 43 00 <« •« 6 months 28 00 ♦. •« S » 2000 Alt advertising for a less time than three months,will '■irecharged for at Ihe usual rates— sl.oo per square for _a. "> insertion, Unless the number of insertions be marked upon the -manuscript, they will be insertei until forbid, and charged accordingly. CO MM UNTO A TIONS....

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 18 August 1863

&iiectator. STAUN TON, VA. TUESD . . A GUST 18, 1863. LOOK FOR THE CROSS MARK ! Those wlio find a cross mark upon their papers, or wrappers, will under stand that they are owing for subscrip tion from the Ist ot May, 1860, or near that time, to September 15th, 1863, and that their papers will he discontinued, after the issue dated September 15*.i, unless they pay $B.oo— tlie amount now due—and $-.00 additional for the next year's subscription. Those, therefore, who desire their papers continued, will enclose the sum of $12.00, and those who do not, will encl ">se the sum of $8.00 —the amount nw> due. In these times, we cannot afford to send the pa per to any who do not pay promptly. — Our terms are cash in advance. We hope and believe that those whom we have indulged for this length of time will pay up as soon as they see this no tice ; and we should be pleased if they I would continue to remain subscribers.— Their failure to pay has not resulted, we are satisfied, from an...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 25 August 1863

VOL. XL. THE '-SPECTATOR !S -*' JBLISHED EVERY" TUESDAY MORNING, _.T TF lE FOLLOWING P.ATES : FOR 1 *_." EAR, $4.00 IN ADVANCE. «■» 0 3" .ONTHS, $3.00 " « «• 3 « $2.00 «■* ** SINGLE COPIES FIFTEEN CENTS. A D V£h _ _ SEMENTS of eight lines {or less) inserted at the rate of * Onk Dollar per square for each in sertion. Ia rger advertisements inserted in the same ■jiropori&on. _■_*?"" Ann _ -al advertisers will be limited to their im mediate busi't .es., or the advertisements charged for at transient rat es. One Squab.*. . {8 lines) . .1 year $25 00 *"* " ' ...6 months 16 00 " " 3 « 1100 Two Squaic .s, lyear 35 00 " ■' 25 00 «« <- S ** I 6 00 Three Squab- '-,'•'. ".".".*.". lyear 45 00 '■■ «« 6 months 28 00 <« .« ]_ 3 ** 2000 All advertising f O7 " a ess ,n€ i^an three months,will be charged for at . A» vsuai rates— sl.oo per square for oath insertion, ... , , _x Unless the numler of insertions be marked upon the manuscript, they will be insertei until forbid, and ■charged acc...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 25 August 1863

STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1863. LOOK FOR THE CROSS MARK ! Those who find a cross mark upon their papers, or wrappers, will under stand that they are owing for subscrip tion from the Ist of May, 1860, or near that time, to September 15th, 1863, and that their pnners will be discontinued. after the issuy date_ September 15th, unless they oay $8.00- the mount now due—and $4. addition*! for the next year's subscription. Tho-e, therefor . who desire iheir papers centramed, will enclose the sum of $12.00, and those who do not, will enclose the sum of $8.00 —the amount now due. In these times, we cannot afford to send the pa per to any who do not pay pronnpUy. — Our terms are cash in advance. We hope.md believe that thorse whom we have indulged for this length of time I will pay up as soon as they see this no tice ; and we should be pleased if they would contii.ueto remain subscribers. — Their failure to pay has not resulted, we are satisfied, from any disinclination or want of abi...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 8 September 1863

VOL. XL. ji.-i.nioj. J§|tftator. 1.-iaVR!) MAUZY, Editors Proprietor THE SPECTATOR IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MOBJ-HfG, AT THE FOLLOWING RATES . FOR 1 YEAR, »_.OO IN ADVANCE. •* 6 MONTHS, $3.00 " « _. 3 ». *2.00 •"• ** SINGLE COPIES FIFTEEN CENTS. A OVER TISEMENTS of eight lines {or less) inserted at the rate of 0..1 Dollar per square for each in sertion. Larger advertisements inserted in. the same prop>)rtioh. Annual advertisers will oe limited to fheir im mediate busine-Si,, or the advertisements charged for at trj ..___ rates. One Sqcakb, (.8 lines) ..1 year ~...52500 '• 6 months 16 00 ; ' •' 3 " 1100 *JVo Svjuabks, ...' lyear 35 Oo ■ •' HMonths 25 00 *' 3 '• 16 00 Ihrib So.-a__s lyear 45 00 •« 6 months.. .„ 28 00 m •' 8 _** 2000 All advertising for a less time than three month* ,\mU Lt. jhzryed for at .A* _.»._.. rate* —f 1.00 per square for each insertion, Unless the number of insertions be marked upon th* tnu-nuscript, they will be instrtei until forbid, and charged accordi...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 8 September 1863

. TO--DAY :TTT-T7__P«___!ER 8, 1863. *&~ PRINTER WANTED. _m We wish to employ p ]winter in this office. None but such as are sober and industrious and of good character need apply. |5*F~ Wa would be obliged to _.ueL of onr subscribers as wish to furnish wood to do ao immediately. Load your wagons, crack your whips and send . -n the wood. •fcyf" \Vo have been requested to state that Hon. Jno. B Baldwin will address the people jof _Mew Hope District, at NeW Hope, on Saturday next, at 3 o'- clock, upon the subject of Home De fence. S[E YANKEE RAID—HOW DEFEATED —THEIR RETREAT AND I.CSS The raiding party under the command of Gen. Avonll, which has recently run its race in the counties West of this, started from Hardy county, in wsi... they captured a number of horses, and passed successively through Pendleton, and then ii to Pocahontas, Bath, Alleghany and Greenbrier, in which latter county, near the White Sulphur Springs, it was met, defeated and driven back by the gallant force und...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 15 September 1863

VOL. XL. SPECTATOR j 18 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING RATES * FOR 1 YEAR, $4.00 IN ADVANCE. *« 6 MONTHS, §3.00 " «« «. 3 " 12.00 « M SINGLE COPIES FIFTEEN CENTS. AU VERTISEMENTSof tight lints (orless)instrted at the rate of Onb Dollar per square for each in sertion. Larger advertisements inserted in th* same proportion. l_f Annual advertisers will be limited to their im mediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. 4__*-Squ__rk, {.Wines) ..1 year $25 00 « " 16 00 « " 3 " 1100 _hr_ Squares, lyear-- 35 00 •■ * months 2500 m » S •• 16 00 _?hr_:_s Squares, lyear -t-00 " " 6 months S3 00 •« •< S " 20 00 AU advertising for a ~<._* time than three months, wiU alike as-iai 'rates—%l.oo per square for maph ir^tertion, Unless the number of insertions be marked upon the manuscript, they will be inserted until forbid, and charged aceo-tdingly. COMMUNICATIONS— Announcemerdsof Candi dates for OJice, and all Communications or Notices of a persona...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 15 September 1863

\W PRINTER WANTED. _m~~ We wish to employ a printer in this office. None but such as are sober and industrious and of good character need appty- __Hf° We would be obliged to such of our subscribers as wish to furnish wood to do so immediately. Load your wagons, crack your whips and send on the wood. PUBLIC SPEAKING. Gen'l Wm. Smith, Governor elect of Virginia, Jas P. Holcombe, and Senator Wigfall, of Texas, have been invited and are expected to address the citizens of this county at the Court House on next Court day, Monday, the 28th, up on the war and subjects connected there with. It is hoped there will be a full attendance. If these distinguished speak ers do not come, we have good speakers of our own who wili favor the public with speeches on that occasion. "Come one, come all." THE CROSS. Those subscribers who have neglected to pay since the Ist of May, 1860, and whose papera are marked with a -cross, will not receive any more after this is sue, except such as we have reason to...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 22 September 1863

VOL. XL. lil___________L___' yTEiuor&Proyrletor TMJB S spIsCTATO--- - --18 PU BLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT 'XHI i FOLLOWING RATES _ FOR 1 YE-VR, §4.00 IN ADVANCE. *« 6 MO2 .THS, $3.00 " «« i. 3 " $2.00 a *« SINGLE COF IES FIFTEEN CENTS. ADrES TISEMxVNTS of sign. line* {or less) inserted at the rat* of On_. Dollab per square for each in sertion, frorger ailvertisement* inserted in the same proportion.. 2_3_F~ Annual advertisers wiU be Umiied to Chei* im mediate businest, or ihe advertisements charged for at transient rates. On-« SqtJABB, (8 lines) ..1 year $25 00 "«« •• 1600 • « «« 3 " 1100 TwoS.oarbs, ... lyear 85 00 .• •« 6 months 25 00 » , .3 *• 1600 Ta_i«S_o_B_s lyear 4600 «< . 6 months 23 00 « *« 3 ** 2000 All advertising for a less time than three months,will %c charged for at the usual rates —fl.oo per square for r>ach insertion, Unless the number of insertions be morked upon the iruinnscript, tkey _hZ. be in*erte4 until forbid, and ■charged accordingly. COMH UN...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 22 September 1863

SMauuten Spectator, rr.Tn -irises. cnr* jpjti . nrnn^vrjijtted : -^m We wi.b to employ a printer in this office. None but snch as are sober and industrious and of good character need l_W~ Wo would be obliged to such of our su.v.tciibers as wish to iurnish wood to do 30 irrwriediately. Load yonr wagons, cr-'.ek your whips and send on PiTBLIC SPEAKINI.'. Gen. Smith and Senator Wigfall have accepted tbe invitation to speak here on Monday nett, and Mr. Holcombeis also confidently expected. Tlie counties ot Buckinglm* a and Louis _ have promptly followed tha example of Albemarle, and " Old Aug .sta," which has in every oth er respect acquitted herself so nobly, is expected t<> do likewise. The ladies are respectfully invited to grace the occasion with their presence. Col. Join B. Baldwin will address the people at New Hope, on Saturday, the 26th of September, at 2 o'clock, __\ M., on the subject of Home Defence. SURRE*._D_ R AT CUMBERLAND GAP. We are more mined at the surrender at ...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 29 September 1863

VOL. XL. J§tamttira g [ UIARD MAUZY- Editor.. Proprietor THE -SPECTATORr IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING RATES . FOR 1 YEAR, $4.00 IN ADVANCE. ** 6 MONTHS, $3.00 " *_ «. 3 «« $2.00 ** «* SINGLE COPIES FIFTEEN CENTS. AD VBRTISEMENTS of eight lines (orle*s)inserted at the rate of Ons Dollab per square for each in sertion, larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. %_f Annual advertisers will be limited to their •_;_- business, or the advertisements charged /or at transient rates. Oxb Square, \6 lines) ..1 year $2*oo " «• Ift 00 «i « 3 " ll 00 Two Squares, ... 1 year 35 00 m •♦ 6 months 25 00 • • «« 3 ' i- <j\) Threk Squares, lyear 45 00 " «« 28 00 « •' 3 ** 20 00 All advertising for a less time than three months,will be charged for at the usual rates —sl.oo per square for each insertion, Unless the number of insertions be marked upon the manuscript, they will be inserts t until forbid, and charged accordingly. COMMUNICATIONS.—Announcements of Candi ...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 29 September 1863

&tauatoK %ettatoL TUESDAT ■ rrVT rTsi-t-TE-IBER 39, 1863. ISir' We would be obliged to such of our sub-Cilbers as wish to furnish wood to do so immediately. Load your wagons, crack your whips and send on the wood. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Persons desiring the "direction" of their pape ■ to be changed to another Po.t office should be snre to mention the name of the office to which it was formerly scut, as well as the name of the office and county to which he de sires it to be sent in future. This is the only way to effect the change of direction desired. TO POSTMASTERS, When any subscribers refuse to take their papers from the Post Office to which they are directed, it becomes the duty of the Postmaster to apprise the Editor ot* the fact, that ho may not be subjected to the expense of sending them. The Postmaster can do this by return ing to the office of publication, a copy of the paper containing tho name of tlie Post ujfice and the name of the subscri ber upon it. We have called attent...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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