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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 22 December 1863

VOL. XL. RICHARD MAPZY, EditorA Proprietor. THE SPECTATOR" IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING RATES : ■* FOR 1 YKAK, 55.00 IN ADVANCE. *« „ MONTHS, $3.00 *« « ** 3 «« S'Z.GQ *« ** SINGLE COPY 25 CENTS. A D VRMTISEMBNTS of eight lines (or less) inserted at the rale of Ov« Dollar per square for each in sertion, forger advertisements inserted in the tame proportion. • -sp" Ann va: advertisers will be limiied to their im mediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. O-eSqd-r-, (Zlines) ..lyear $25 00 <« «• 16 00 «« « 3 " 11 00 TwoSqcares, . lyear 85 00 « *• 6 months 25 00 " 3 «• 1600 Thr.b Squabs. lyear 45 00 " " 6 month* 28 00 " •< S " 2000 All advertising for a less time than three months,wilt be charged for at the usual rates —sl.oo per square for each insertion, Unless th* number of insertions be marked upon the manuscript, they will be insertei until forbid, and charged accordingly. COMMUNICATIONS.—Announcements of Candi dates for O...

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 December 1863

<;____kit*l. o»oE»s^_ ADJ T __ J 6 f A r. _j -oiio, October 24th, 1863. ) GENEKAL OR_)i-H ,l No. 138. S ! Poilowi .■■-instruct-i us __r- nublished (pr earning into effec: 'lie tfth Se-iioi. r>- tne Act of .tith **"*> I 18153 ' T" regulate impre-t :.en_a in respect to la.or on fortifications and ctte. nolle worka in -talesju which provision, have bo* I e_ made ■ on this ■«s«_• 1 The-o-oma-an. U-. :.i!. or the Officer ot En gineers in charge o: the wo .. hall have power to ; Secide upoa the necessity t. .-akin* »»-» r f\"™*" * or si .yes tor this pu. rose, ■ « tukiog suitable * , forts to secure the ne.**-.": .*v. rby contract, ue must oe saiis-ed ot the ue. .. iy of tae measure oe- , fore he resorts to it. 2. lie may autnori».e .1 i_upreaa_a*Ot of mule slaves between Ue a*es vis . _ut.cn and fifty >eers. but before the first d_v o'l -j .ibe- next shall ab stain from impressing slav, lr vi plantations exclu sively d.voted to the prcc ; _, ~>v of gram and provi s'.ons wi...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 5 January 1864

VOL. XL. i;iun{oii Spftatsr. IMUUARD W.%l!Zr, E4it«r& I'r«i>rietor. THE St'ECTATOK TUESDAY MORNING, ;?•> : VI \*i, «3.00 IN ADVANCE, ■ I -iv, 03.00 " " 4 " *-2.Ht •ih CENTS. ■ - I >■ their i?t. <d for w . .On the - dates Tot ■ 'ions ■ a ■ 'ii. .—~—» II T.HJJJM . 1 t fi A U BNDAR. LOO 4. i r \. t. « ~ - -J ■■>■■ ■ > - - ■■:.■'- V\ ' .■*<-.■-' J • y. < 1 - "«. - . SK >\ I 1 '- i.. '° "* 1 . ►» j a»;30 pq I =i : W f 21 t: - :0,i7 I ■.• 3 w J 6! '. r- i, 7 b b n t - - - 4 S - i ! • ■ . - | ■• J ; 8 sft|' ■ ' - ,5.|.Mt617 Q -.19 iu.-n SI ZS-24: Bi2l»jSbJ3l , •• '••'•• VARIF.TIF.s ■<o>' AT THE ST A SD* v ;Uaia SI., Staunton, V«. GrNXJS STCRA \-» i iv|^BMiffin|ppi JflKeis'now IMb i g s .^rf^^.,.;., (; ■; Wall ' is, A - ... , ...... ecan Nuis, Lemons, Granges K-uiu£s,and Caudies of every description.— ™*f nisbed at the ihortestao . - rs, Pickles, Catchups, Lerini ,and respectfully ■ J-jJ : at Wholesale and Ret •-• H . Mi , , H IIOORE, BAYXE & CO., No...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 5 January 1864

ftfifttißAsL ORDERS. ADFf OFFICE, J Rtofjohd, October 24th, 1863. > GENERAL OKDiiR, I No. 138. C Followingirotructicns are published for carrying into effect Uie )th Section Oi ite Act of 2tsth March, f < 1863: To r Jg'ilate impressments in respect fo labor j on ibrtiticatio;:s and otce* public works in States in wnichprovisK as have net been made on this subject. I 1. The Cor?;;aand:ng Usaeral, or ihe Officer of En- , tineers in char a;e oi tbe work, -.hall have power to j, ecide upon th* necessity for a aking impressments j of naves for this pa.pose,aftei making suitaDle ef-1 < forts to secure .heneceesary labor by contract, lie j 1 must be <U ot tue ncv isshy ol the measure De- ; , fore be resor- • \y it. I J 2. He ■»» authorize .he impressment of male, slaves bet'.ve•••: tbe o;£ : fenteen and fifty ytars. j, but before M. irstdi-y r'; «?-.ibev next shs.ll ab-1 stain from ia esstDs; si.'.yt ifr m plantations excla- ; sively devote i to the pre oi grain and piovi j s-....

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 12 January 1864

VOL. XL. KIIHARD >lAIZI, Editor & Proprietor. THE SPECTATOB IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING RATES :' FOR 1 YEAR, 55.00 IN ADVANCE. «« 6 MONTHS, $3.00 " «* "3 «* *2.00 •« " SINGLE COPY 25 CENTS. AD VER TISEMENTSof eight lines (orless)inserted at the rate of Two Dollars per square for each in - tertian. larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. Jjgr" Annual advertisers will be limited to their im mediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. Ovg Square, {%lines) ..\ year $40 00 " '* 6 months 30 00 " " 3 " 80 00 Two Squares, 1 year 60 00 " ** 6 months 40 00 " " 3 " SOOO Th as* Squares 1 year 70 00 ** 50 00 " 3 " 3000 All advertising for a less time than three months ,will be charged for at the usual rates—s 2.oo per square for each insertion, Unless the number of insertions be marked upon the manuscript, they will be insertei until forbid, and charged accordingly. COMMUNICATIONS.— Announcements of Candi d ties for Offic...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 12 January 1864

E GENERAL ORDERS. DJ'T * L'S"OFFIC_i7T RriEiioJin, October 24th, 1863. I GENERAL ORDiiRJ No. ISH. ) for carrvinp, into effect the Jib Section oi the Act of '26th Marcb, 1863 : To rag'iuite impressments in respect to labor on fortification, and otne t public works in States in which provision a have nor been made on this subject. 1. The CoiiiiuaaOxng General, or the Officer ot En fineers in chu'.ce o: the work, shall have power to ecide upon ibt necessity for making impressments of siaves foi eh;» purpose, after making suitable ef forts to secuie (ie necessary lab' rby contract. He must oe s<*ustie.i oi tue nt>. jssity ol the measure oe foie he resorts , < it. 2. He may :'.?*herixe .be impressment of male, slaves betvreu.'i me sues off venieen and fifty years, but before tl.c :: St d»7 r.* 1 *?3!i.ber next shall ab stain trom im i )bsiDs» si.ivt jfr'.m plantations cxch I sively d-i7oiuJ o the pre o'uctiir of grain and provi 5.003 wit brut t'-s eonstti Ci owner, except in of ...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 19 January 1864

VOL. XL. KM HARD MAUZY, Editor & Proprietor. ~the spectator" IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING KATES : FOR 1 YEAR, 55.00 IN ADVANCE. *« G MONTHS, $3.00 " «« "3 «« $2.00 •« «« SINGLE COPY 25 CENTS. diffTBRTISEMENTS of eight lines (orless)inserted at the rate of Two Dollars per square for each in sertion. _ Larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. »s{p~ Annual advertisers will be limited to their im,- #jiediate business, or tlie advertisements charged for at transient rates. Square, (Blines) ..I year $40 00 ** " § months 30 00 M " 3 " 20 0O Two Squares, I year 60 00 " " Grnonths 40 00 " '* 3 " SO 00 Thsee Squares, I year 70 0O 1 " •* 50 00 " " 3 " 3000 All advertising for a less time than three months, wilC I be cliarjed for at the usual rates —s2.oo _p«r square for | each insertion, Unless the number of insertions be marked upon the 1 manuscript, they will be insertei until forbid, and : charged accordinaly. COMMUNlCATlONS.—Announcement*of Candi d...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 19 January 1864

Siaunton Styettattt* STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY, :i:i.-. JAN UAIIY \9, 1804. ( _ YANK XX COS «11ES S. The Yankee Congress n#w seem de termined to "bore with a big auger."] Howe, of Wisconsin, with the view oil showing "as how" he knows "how to do i it," introduced a hill in the Senate re questing Lincoln to call out one mill-lon of volunteers for ninety days, placed un der the command ot'Gcn'i Grant. Grant it, and what will be the result* AVhy, as soon as they aro out, we will request our President to call out ten million of volunteers xovjLoe minutes, just long o-1 nougli for them to make a breakfast of Lincoln's one million. On the 7th, the Yankee Congress passed a hill by a vote of 89 to 24, to put every member of Con gress under fifty years of age in the field. We can't promise to pit our members of Congress against them, for whilst they are willing to, put every hody else in the army, they have shown no disposition to go in themselves. The Yankees are not yet ready for peace, nor ar...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 26 January 1864

VOL. XL. .-.CHARD MAIJZIT, Editor & Proprietor. THE SPECTATOR IS TUBLISUED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING RATES '. FOR 1 YEAR, $5.00 IN ADVANCE. *« 0 MONTHS, $3.00 " " «« 3 *« $2.00 «« «« SINGLE COPY 25 CENTS. A D FEB TISEMENTS of eight lines (or less) inserted at the rate of Two Dollars per square for each in eertion. larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. ;pg?~ Annual advertisers will be limited to their im mediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. All advertising for a ?... lime tlian three months, will _£ charged for aithe usual rates —#_.00 __.r square for Hack imertion, Unless -«■-. numher of insertions le marked upon the manuscript, tliey will be insertei until forbid, and charged accordingly. COMMUNICATIONS.—Announcements of Candi dates for Ofji-ce, and all Communications or Notice*- of a personal or private character, or intended or calcu lated to promote any private enterprise or interest, 'will be charged for as a...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 26 January 1864

rtanntoit Spectator. STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY, I « . : : . JANUARY 20, 18G4. HABEAS COKI'IIS—TUB CIU.UINAL. S In these times we hear some strange sentiments filtered. Some seem dis posed to dispense with the chart fur nished by our wise fathers, and. to en trust, in "the "torm of revolution, the ark of our liberty to the waves without any tiling to enable then to direct its course to prevent it from being engulph ed in the Charybdis of despotism.— "The price of liberty is eternal and, in times of revolution and trial, the friends of liberty are called upon to exercise increased vigilance. W_ were surprised tofiud the lot-Owing sen tence in an editorial article in the "Rich mond Enquiier" of the 21st inst.: "Habeas corpus is the criminal's writ j g**_ men have very little use tor it, and can dispense with it altogether by obeying the laws, and de voting thoir whole time and energy to tho de lenco of their country." Was the Constitution of Virginia a doptedfor the special protection of c...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 2 February 1864

VOL. XL. Staunton £$tdxtst. RlCHAßDllAiirrEditor& Proprietor Ti_r__r"SPEOTATOR IS PUBLISHED EVERY ■ TUESDAY MORNINff, AT THE FOLLOWING RATES : FOR 1 YEAR, $5.00 IN ADVANCE. «« « MONTHS, $3.00 « " tt 3 «« $2.00 *l *« SINGLE COPY 25 CENTS. AD VERTISEMENTS of eight lines (or less) inserted at the rate of Two Dollars per square for each in sertion, larger advertisemeutsinseried in the same proportion. £_f* Annual advertisers will be limited to their im mediate business, or the advertisements cltarged for at transient rates. All advertising for a less time than three months,will be charged for atthe usual rates —s2.oo_>.r square for each insertion, Unless the number of insertions be marked upon the manuscript, they will be insertei until forbid, and charged accordingly. COMMUNICATIONS.—Announcements of Candi dates for Office, arid all Communications or Notices of a personal or private character, or intended or calcu lated lo promote any private enterprise or interest, 'will be cha...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 2 February 1864

Staunton %etiator, STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY, : t ; ? ; . FEBRUARY 2, 1864. 8 ,>>':-«_. Sf-STIMBWTS. In our last issue, \vu noticed tho fact that the Richmond "Enquirer" not on ly advocated the policy of suspending the writ, oi Habeas Corpus but denounc ed it as the "crhninrd's wri*-." Itsetms from an article published a few days af ter, that the "Enquirei" is not only in favor ol suspending tho writ of Habeas Corpus, but also of "tearing up the Constitution as waste paper." The fol lowing are extracts from an editorial ar ticle in the "Enquirer" of January the 2Sth: <_n common with the people, wo would sac rifice every right of person and of property,suli mit to the unrestricted use of any and every power, that can contribute to the overthrow ol the enemy. The success of the cause is embar rassed by the trammels of a Constitution design ed and constructed for the development of a people in times of peace, but which fetters the public arm in the present conflct of life and deat...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 9 February 1864

VOL. XL. Staunton Sgriattriv RICHARD MAI-Y, Edi*or& Proprietor. ~ TH Ef SPEC TATOR" IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MO-_.li.er, AT TnE FOLLOWING RATES : FOR 1 YEAR, 83.00 IN ADVAYCE. *« C MONTHS, $3.00 " *« m 3 t* $2.00 «« «« SINGLE COPY 25 CENTS. A D VER TISBMENTS of eight lines (or less) inserted' at t/ie rate of Two Dollars per square for each in tertipn. Larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. Annual advertisers will be limited to their im mediate business, or the advertisements cliarged for at transient rates. AH advertising for a less time than three ••,<.... be charged for at the usual rates —s2.oo per square for each insertion, Unless the numJjer of insertions be marked upon the , manuscript, th*y loill be inserted until foi bid, and charged accordingly. CO MM UN 10A TlONS.—Anaraneemen ts of Candi dates for Office, and all Communications or Notices of a personal or private character, or intended or culpa- i lated to promote any private enterprise or interest...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 9 February 1864

Staunton Spectator* j STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAf, i i : i .' ; FEBRUARY 9, 1804. YANKEE S NEAR RICHMOND. A few clays since, a ferae of Yankees with 12 guns, two regiments of cavalry an v three or four more of infantry crossed the York jßiver Railroad, near Dis patch Station, twelve miies East of Richmond. They soon w.nt back. MOVEMENTS ON TUE RAPIDAN. The enemy crossed iv largs force, on Saturday, at Morton's ford, but, after a sharp contest, were repuls ed by Gen. Ed. Johnson's division, and driven back over the river aud pursued. The enemy also at tempted to cross at Barnett's ford, but were repulsed by Gen. Scale's North Carolina brigade and Lomax's cavalry. The casualties on our side were slight. The enemy have all retreated. THE SPIRIT OF THE ARMY. The spirits of the people have reviv ed within the past several weeks, and a general impression seems to prevail that we will defeat the enemy in tho chief engagements which will take place in the ensuing campaign. Our armies are inline s...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 16 February 1864

VOL. XL. RICHARD MAUZY, Editor& Proprietor. THE SPECTATOR IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING RATES : FOR 1 YEAR, $3.00 IN ADVANCE. *« C MONTHS, $3.00 «« «« ** 3 « $2.00 ** «« SINGLE COPY 25 CENTS. AD VER TIS EMENTS of eight lines (orless)inserted at the rate of Two Dollars per square for each in sertion, larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. Annual advertisers will be limited to their im.- mediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. All advertising for a less time than Hires months,will be charged for at the usual rates — %2.oo per square for tack insertion, Unless the number of insertions be marked upon the manuscript, tluy will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. COMMUNICATIONS.—Announcements of Candi dates for Office, and all Communications or Notices of a personal or private character, or intended or calcu lated lo promote any private enterprise or interest, will be cfMrged for as advertisements. O...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 16 February 1864

STAUNTON, VA:-, . TUESDAY, i : i . ; . FEBRUARY 16, 18j». I— _■__- 1 —. —-j. 1 . ■ A SOI-blEll XI ________ •* About G o'clock, ou Thursday .evening last, .be 11th inst., in the street opposite the bar of tho Virginia llotel, Lieut. David N. Ream, of the 18th Va. cavalry, shot and killed Casper Ph.ri.ngcr, a member of McOlanaban's battery, both parties belonging to tho Command of Genl. Imboden. Li .ut. Reatu, it seems, was under the impression that Mr. Phenenger was about to ride bis (Lt. Ream's) horse away. He commanded the doceased and, as he did not obey im- his pistol. The ball entered a little to tlwUeft of the spine, passed through the lnng & lodged near the skin en the right side. He fell I'rcra hi. horse, and in ten minutes was a corpse. There seems (as at present advised) to have been so little provocation for this horrid deed, that we are forced to .he belief that ths use of liquor was the primary cause. When our present Town Coancilmen were elected, we expressed the ho...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 23 February 1864

VOL. XL. RICHARD MmY. EditorA Proprietor, THE~_____rTAT-)R IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING BATES : FOR 1 YEAR, 35.00 IN ADVANCE. tt C MONTHS, $3.00 « " tt 3 " $2.00 « " SINGLE COPY 25 CENTS. ADVERTISEMENTSof eight lines {orless)inserted at tiie rate of Two Dollars per square for each in tertion. larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. Annual advertisers will be limited to their im mediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. AU advertising for a less time than three months, will be charged for at Ihe usual rates —s2.oo per square for each insertion, \ Unless the number of insertions be marked unon the manuscript, they will be insertei -until forbid, and charged accordingly. COMMUNICATIONS.—Announcements of Camli dates for Office, and all Communications er Notice* of a personator private cuaractei , or intenaea, or _*!.• luted lo promote any private enterprise or interest, •will be charged for as advertisements. OBITUARIE...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 23 February 1864

jSiaiuitoit Spectator, I STAUNTON, VA. I TUESDAY, ,:;-... FEBI.I7AI.Y 23, 18(34. I A TIUO OF IMPORT A FIT BILLS. I In this issu:, we publish in full th. I Military, Currency, and Tax bills. Oai I readers would do well to save this cop \ I of the "Spectator," a. they will have I frequent occasion to ruler to the important ■tant bills it contains, lt will beseen Ir B reference to the Currency bill that Con B federate notes above the dcnominatioi I of $5, must be funded or converted int< B 4 per cent, bonds by the Ist of April oi Ibe subject to a tax of thirty-three am I one-third per cent.,*and that Confederal I notes of the denomination of $5, mnstb* I funded in like manner by the Ist o I July or be subject to a similar tax. Hue] I notes as will not be landed by tbe time I specified will bo exchangeable for th H Dotes of tho now issue at the rateol thre< H dollars of the present issue ior two o I the new. The notes below $5, are no I affected by the currency bill. S In the lang...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 1 March 1864

VOL. XL. _itauntoir j^dator, RICHARD MAPZY, Editor & Proprietor. "the spectator" IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING RATES : FOR 1 YEAR, »5.00 IN ADVANCE. *t 6 MONTHS, $3.00 " " «« 3 «* $2.00 U «« SINGLE COPY 25 CENTS. AD VERTISEMENTS of eight lines (orless)inserted at the rate of Two Dollars per square for each in sertion. I<arger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. Annual advertisers will be limited to their im mediate business, or the advertisements charged for at rates. All advertising for a less time than three months,will i>e charged for at the usual rates —l2.oo per square for much insertion, Unless the number of insertions be marked upon the manuscript, they will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. COMMUNICATIONS.—Announcements of Candi dates for Office, and all Communications or Notices-of a personal or private character, or intended or calcu lated to promote any private enterprise or interest, will be charged for as adv...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 1 March 1864

Staunton Spectator, STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY, :::::: MARCH I, ISG4. The enemy are making a raid upon the Central ilai.road, and on yesterday had possession of the railroad at Fred erick Hall. THE STONEWALL BRIGADE. The good people of this county will be o-reatly astonished,as we were,to learn from the communication publishad in ikis.issue, of Brig. Gen'l J. A. Walker, commanding the ''Stonewall Brigade" that there are two hundred ol the gal lant soldiers of that famous Brigade who are without shoes and socks. With Gen. Walker, we think it a ll shame\ that such should be the fact, but we are sure that the good people of this county would not have_ suftered such a state of things to exist if they had been apprised of the fact that shoes and socks were needed, had ifc been possible for them to supply the need. We do not know whether they could have supplied shoes, but socks, they could,and would have supplied with pleasure, if they had "been apprised of the need for them. — The Government...

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