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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 17 May 1864

VOL. XL. Siaunton RICHARD M AUZY, Editor A Proprietor. THE 1 ' SPECTATOR IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AX THE FOLLOWING EATES . FOR 1 TEAR, $3.00 IN ADVANCE. .. £ MONTHS, $3.00 «« «« «< 3 " $58.00 «« «« SINGLE 25 CENTS. A D of eight lines (orless)inserted at the rate of Two per square for each in sertion. Larger adveril*trnents inserted in the same freportion. &T Annual advertisers tcill b? limited to their im mediate business, er ihe advertisements charged for at transient rates. All advertising for • less time t/uin three ?:lonthe ,vtilt _>_ charged fer atthe usual rates—%2.QQver square for etch insertion, Unless the number of insertions be marked upon the manuscript, they will be inserted until forbid, and ehtrqed aeeordinglv. CO MM UNIGA TIONS— A nnouncemente of Condi* states for Office, arid, all Communications or Notices of m personal or private ekeracter, or intended or calou tmied to promote any private ertterprise or interest, -will *_ charged for a* adverti...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 17 May 1864

.Staunton % relator. STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY, :::::: MAY 17, 180-1. THE BATTLE BETWEEN LEE AND GRANT. We noticed last week the battles of Thursday and Friday, the first two days of conflict betwesn the armies of Lee aud Grant. On Saturday following there was no battle,only some skirmish ing. On the next day, Sunday, there was very hard lighting, and we were successful in repelling the assaults of the enemy. On Monday there was al so some lighting. On Tuesday the bat tle was of a severer character than any which ha 1 preceded it.- We repulsed the enemy with very great loss. Onri loss was not small, but that of the one-! mv smartly more. On Wednesday there was no regular battle, but some active skirmishing, which was kept up ..•ven throughout Wednesday night.— On Thursday, the 12th, the battle was terrific, and raged with fierceness from daylight throughout the day—the death struggle lasting ten hours. On Thursday morning at day ligh% the enemy, having massed forces in front of Johnston...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 24 May 1864

VOL. XL. THE SPECTATOR IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING KATES : FOR 1 YEAR, *5.00 IN ADVANCE. ♦« 6 MONTHS, $3.00 *« «« tt 3 *« $2.00 «* " SINGLE COPY st> CENTS. AD YERTISEMENTS 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 lees time than three months,will be charged fyr atthe usual rates—s2.oo per square for each insertion, Unless the number of insertion* be marked upon the tnanascript, they will be insertei until forbid, and charged acoordingly. COMMUNICA TIONS.—AnnQUMtmerJs of Condi &aUt for Office, and all Communications or Notices of « personal or private character, or intended or calcu lated to promote any\rlvate enterprise or interest, will be charged for as advertisements. OBITUABIES will be charged for at advert...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 24 May 1864

_ '. ——: ——-*-—! — _ — Staunton STAUNTON, VA. TUESDAY, :::=:: MAY 24, 1864. FIVE DOLLAR NOTES. Finding tbat others will not receive from m& five dollar not-es except at a dis count of 33 1-3 per cent., we cannot af ford to receive them except at the same discount. From this date, we must be paid either in the new issue at par, or in the old issue subject to a discount of 33 1-3 per cent. -SEWS-. ROM THIS ARMIES. Up to this time (Monday morning) no train from Richmond lias arrived here since Thursday last, aiid we have, in consequence, but little knowledge ol whj\t has occurred in our armies since that time. We understand, however, that Genl. Ewell's corps had a fight with the enemy on the extreme left of Grant's army on Thursday last, in which he drove the enemy several miles. — We have also been informed that Grant tried to induce his men to charge our line of entrenchments on Friday, bi*t that they could not be induced to come within range of our death-dealing mus ketry, but w...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 31 May 1864

VOL. XL. liHjHARD MAUZY, Edltor& Proprietor. THE SPECTATOR" 18 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, AT THE FOLLOWING BATES : FOR 1 YEAR, §5.00 IN ADVANCE. »* 6 MONTHS, $3.00 " «« m 3 «« 12.00 «« «« SINGLE COPY 50 CENTS. AD VERTISEMENTSofeigIit lines (orlees)inserted at the rate of Two Dollars per square for each vn.- tsrtion. Larger advertisements inserted in the same proportion. \3g~ Annual advertisers wiil be limited to their im mediate business, or the advertisements charged for at transient rates. All advertising for a lees time than three months ,wilt be charged for at the usual rates— l2.oo per square for each insertion, ~-*e*« the number of insertions be marked upon the t"» <vt, they wili be inserted until fortnd, and m-inusct ._ ~dinalv. charged acco, nnxiumam ' T *ONS. — Announcements of Cns^ti- LUMMOAWj. . • Ttf Oommunicatione or Notice of Slates for Office, a?*d , Procter, or intended or cah »- a personal or private c. - enterprise or interest, will luted to promote an...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 31 May 1864

;£-.uu.tO-i TAUNTON, VA. DAT, : : : : : ; MAY ;Jl, 1804. FIVI- l-OLL-.K NOTES. •Ki'u.g tha-t others will not receive ■■ dollar not?* except at a dis ■i of 1-3 per cent., we cannot af r-1 fo receive them except at the same Vrotrt this date, wo must be id either in the new iss'.e at ])ar, or ti th ! old issijp sultject to a discouut of _»3 1 ent. FR-...1 L(E ! S AIUIV^ ut o o'clock, on Thursday the H-th.'Gen. Ewell moved forward in me i recounoisauce toward »lie enon .V right flank. About 5 o'clock 07*ift.. lie.s engaged those of the ■my a little west and north ofthe road le-vtingfrom Spotsylvania C. H. to Fred- Tho enemy soon brought force consisting of llan a large part of Pmnside'a ' . corps, and heavy artillery troops (B.n from the, defences at Washing i and armed as intautry, when a con. Liable fight ensued:, and at one tme •ur line or skirmishers had possession •{' the.c.-.ffs wagon train but were cOmpelh 1 to lelinquish it, rot, howev- j , evwntii we ha I brought off some oil ....

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 11 July 1865

• tyt Staunton Spwrtatirc 18 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, At Two Dollars a Year,. IN ADVANCE!—Three Dollars -will be charged when not paid in advance. Obituaries, Announcements and Communications cf ■a private character charged for at advertising rates. RATES OF ADVERTISING. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at One Dollar per square of ten lines, (or less) for each insertion. A liberal discount made to thwe who advertise for 3, tier 12 months. §r> OFFICE, Stone Building, Augusta Street Staunton, Va. -t^_^^tefe_; POETRY. A SKETCH. BI B. T. CONRAD. Siie knelt oy her lovers gory bed. For his life was fast receding; On her panting breast she pillowed his head, And essayed to staunch its bleeding. ""Oh, look on me, love!" But he heeded not; •'Oh* tell me thou art not dying !" lie heard but. tiie far-off buttle snot; He saw but the foemen flying. ■"liis-e, fly with me, Albert!" But vainly she wept, And tftined Her white arms around him; . For far on the war-blast his rous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 11 July 1865

morning she was extremely quiet. Sho ac complished her household duti.es, and ate her noontide dinner with an appetite. At two she came to her mother. ? "I have some little business to attefcid to in Fairmount," she said. And I thinking it would he a pleasant thing iwjKnd Peter qpuld drive me there in his leatirWrn He is at home, I see—[Peter's house was directly opposite to that of friend* Epftriam]— : and apparently disengaged.'".. •'Thee can Via, suppose thy 'iAa| Bo take ArM* her jiyesent.' jP** "Partly that, mother-' J* a So friend Peter was summoned." Theligh" called by Quakers a "leathern conve nience," was brought out, and away v *they drove with the package of white lawn, which .was to be a present from the bride to her. dear friend} on the seat between them. Peter discoursed volubly. Bessy answered quietly. At last the wire bridge was crossed, and Fairmount lay before the-rri. Soon they neared Friend Ann's home. Wheu this was in sight Bessy srjoke: "Friend Peter, thee sees...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 11 July 1865

GOVERNOR APPOINTED. President Johnson has issued a proc lamation appointing B. F. Perry, Pro visional Governor of Soutfi Carolina, enjoining upon him the arduous task of reorganizing the State Government un der the Constitution of the U. States. — The Secretary of the Treasury is order ed to proceed at once to nominate for appointment, suitable persons for Asses sors of Taxes, Collectors of Customs, and Internal Revenue, and such other ofl). cers of the Treasury ./department as are authorized by law. In making appoint ments the preference is to be given to qualified loyal persons residing in the .Districts where their respective duties are to be performed. The Pcstmaster General is also or dercd to establish post offices, and post routes, and put into execution the postal laws of the f/nited States. The Secretary cf the Navy will take posses-ion of all public property belong ing to his department, r.nd the Secretary of the /otennr will put into active force the laws relating to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 11 July 1865

Staunton, Va., July 7, 1865. Hon. A. H. H. STUART, Dear Sir is a question of great public concern now much discussed, and as you are /cnown to have no personal interest in the matter, we are requested by many citizens to obtain your legal opinion up°n it —namely : "Can a person otherwise qualified and who has ta&en the oath of amnesty and of fidelity, but who held office under the late Confederate or State governments, vote or hold office under the existing State Constitu tion." Be pleased Id give the point the con sideration which its importance demands, and let the conclusion of your mind.. I am respectfully your obt. servant, N. K. TROUT, one of Comr. of Election for Augusta Co. ' STAUNTON, July Bth, 1865. N.-K. TROUT, Esq., Dear Sir :—I have had the honor to-receive your note of the 7th inst., requesting me, on be half of yourself and your Associate .Commission ers of Election for Augusta county, to give my opinion »s to the legal effect of President John son's Proclamation ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 8 August 1865

tyt SHauriton Sjrtdatoi ♦ % IS PEBI/.SEKD • EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, At Two Dollars a Year, IN ADVANCE !—Three Dollars will be charged when not paid in advance. Obituaries. Announcements and Communications of a private character clmrgea' for at advertising rates. RATES OF* ADVERTISING. PAYAItLE IN ADVANCE. AD VEB TISEMENTS inserted at One Dollar per ■square of ten lines, (or less) for each insertion. A liberal discount made to tliose win advertise for 3, ♦i or 1 _ months. Qrj- OFFIQE, Stone B a tiding, Augusta-Street Staunton, Va. PLAIN AND OR*AxUENTAL JOB PRINTING, • OF EVERY VARIETY, EXEOUTED WITH NEATNESS & DESPATCH, ' AT THE "SPECTATOR" JOB OFFICE, Stone Building, Augusta St., STAUNTON, VA. All kinds, of Printing, such as » Posters, Sale Bills, Blanks, Circulars, School Reports, Cards, Checks, Notes, Letter Heads, Bill Heads, „ Labels, Pamphlets, Programmes, Visiting Cards, Wedding Cards, Invitations, &c, In the very best style, on moderate terms. • Clerks, Sheriffs, Lawye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 8 August 1865

STAUNTON SPECTATOR, BY STRASBURG & ARGENBRIGHT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1865. SPECIAL COUNTY COURT. The commissioners convened the Jus tices On Friday last, the 4th instant.— Eleven were found ineligible, according to the Attorney General's opinion, and at request of the Governor did not qual ify. The election ot Presiding, Justice was postponed to the 4th Monday.—- Wm. A. Burnett was appointed Clerk, pro tern. John J. Towberman was ap pointed Crier, to act in place of /Sheriff, and Wm. H. "Gamble was nominated lor Coroner. OUR COLORED POPULATION. Wo understand it" is the purpose of a large portion of the f/eedmen of this part of the country, to emigrate, at an early day, to some of the Northern and Western States which present stronger inducements to them than the land of their birth. While the sudden withdrawal of so much of the laboring popu lation, may occasion some inconvenience to our farmer-, we hope they will naa/ce arrange ments to supply the deficiency. It is quite natural ...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 8 August 1865

GEIMERAI, NEWS ITEMS. It is now stated that the Hon. Mrs. Norton is the editor of the London Owl. General E. Carring'on has been re appointed District Attorney of Wash ington. Tiie report of the trial case in Wash ington made a pile of manuscripts over twenty-eight iLche? high. W. P. .Johnson, ihe brother of the Presi dent, has been appointed surveyor of the cus toms at Texas. Nearly twenty thousand dollars have been collected for the statue of Shakspeare, which is to be erected in Central Park, New Yirtk. A movement is on foot by colored l-Mft' to purchase the Charleston Mer cury and publish it as an'anti-slavery journal. 11. D, Sherman, of the famous Sherman oil well, who five years ago, wa"s a poor man, is now reported to be worth over five million of dollars. Ho*expects soon to be rich. One firm in London advertises to the amount; ot $-00,000 per annum. All liie partners have grown immensely rich. - Governer Perry, of South Carolina, has lulled hia proclamation for rehabil itati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 8 August 1865

THfe WORKMAN'S SONG., BT CHAS. MACKAT. Who 18gs for dread of daily work, An d his appointed task would shirk, ♦Uoxmns a foiiy and a crime; , A soull ss slave— A paltry knave A clog upon the wheels of time. With work to do, and store of health, The man's unworthy to be free,. Who will not give, That we may live. His daily toil for daily fee. No ! Let us work! We only ask Reward proportioned to our task; We have no quarrel wi£h th* great; No feud with rank— With mill, or bank— No envy of a lord's estate. If we can earn sufficient store To satisfy our d aily need, And can retain, For age and pain, A fraction, we are rich indeed. No dread of'toil have we or ours ; We know our worth and weigh bur powers, The more we work the moj-e we win: • Success to trade! Success to spade! And to the corn that's coming iji! * And joy to him who o'er his task * Remember s toil is Nature's plan; Who, working, thinks— And never sinks His independence as a man. Who onlyasksfor humblest wealth, Enough for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 15 August 1865

Stannton Spectator. fst Staunton %ctatot IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, At Two Dollars a Year, IN ADVANCE !—Three Dollars will be chargeo. when not paid in advance. Obituaries An> out,cements and Communications <f a private character charged for at advertising rates. RATES OF ADVERTISING. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. AD VER TISEMENTS inserted at One Dollar per square of ten lines, {or less ifor each insertion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise for 3, ♦j or 12 months. (JO OFFICE, Stone Building, Augusta Street Staunton, Va. PJLAILN AND ORNAMENTAL JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY VARIETY, EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS k DESPATCH, AT THE "SPECTATOR" JOB OFFICE, Stone Building, Augusta St., STAUNTON, VA. All kinds of Printing, such as Fosters, Sale Bills, Blanks, Circulars, School Reports, Cards, Checks, Notes, Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Labels, Pamphlets, Programmes, Visiting Cards, Wedding Cards, Invitations, &c, In the very best style, on moderate terms. 8@"" Clerks, Sheriffs,. Lawy...

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 August 1865

STAUNTON SPECTATOR. BY STRASBURG & ARGEN BRIGHT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1865. CORPORATION ELECTION. The election for Town officers, which took place on last Wednesday, the 9th inst, resulted in the election of the fol lowine gentlemen: N. K. Trout, Mayor ; J. F. Patterson, Clerk ; Chapman John sou, Commonwealth's Attorney; Geo. JEL Hudson, Commissioner of the Revenue; Jacob T. Parreut, Sergeant, and W. B. Kayser, B. F. Points, D. C. McGuffin, W. L. Balthis, J. B. Scherer, J. M. Hardy, W/H. Wilson, J. W. Crawford, R. J. Hope, A. M. Bruce and J. B. Evans, Councilmen. We presume they wiil enter upon the duties of their respective offices immediately. f__ir i \Veare indebted to Mr. JPil kinson, Jfessenger for Reid & Cos. Ex press, 116 S. Eutaw Street, Baltimore, for late Richmond and IFashington pa pers. This Company have offices es tablished at Philadelphia, TFashington, Alexandria, Norfolk, City Point, Rich mond, Petersburg, Harper's aud IFinchester. Contracts for freight can be ...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 15 August 1865

GENERAL NEWS. The cost of the new court-house iv New Yor£, now being built, is estimated at #8- -400,000. One thousand five hundred and four National Banks have been established in the country. Three candidates for the British par liament ran oa temperance priciples.and ail tiiree were defeated. Twenty-two post offices were re-open ed by Government in the iSoulhern Slates last week. A convention of deaf motes is to as semble at Welting Hall, Saratoga, N. V., on Wednesday, the 31st of August. Mr. Jerome Hopkins, better known iv New York than here, has composed a daet for two pianos, illustrating- the late rebellion, called ''DixiacoJumbi ankeedoodello." A female in male attire was arrested the other night ia the streets of Cincin nati, who prov-d to be a respectable la dy of the city, who had adopted this disguise to watch her husband. Mary Harris, lately acquitted of the murder of Burroughs, iv Washington eitv, is about to go to /reland. A lib eral subscription Las been raised for t...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 15 August 1865

For the Spectator. A LAMENT. Beautiful darling! violet-eyed. Gone to the grave so young! Purity, love, and hope and pride Buried the dust among! In the shadows dim, I sit alone, While the dew is falling 'round, And the night-wind tolls, with a pensive moan, Of the treasures under ground. The mournful eye of the buried Past Is filled with tears to-night;— But the tears and shadows o'er me cast Must be gone by the morning light. .*■. I have dug a grave, from all grave 3 apart, I Lave buried a Giant where; The grave I have dug is,in my heart, And the Past is the giant there. The blossoms falling from Memory's tree, I plant there, one by one; But the floweis are only sad to me, — Their life for aye is gone. Beautiful darling! violet-eyed. Gone to the grave so young! Purity, love, and hope and pride, Buried the dust among! Let the wail be hushed, let the eye be bright, Let the shower be April rain ; There are questioning eyes in the morning light And I must be strong again. VIRGINIA VALL...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 22 August 1865

Staunton Spectator VOL. 42. •I|£ Staunton %fttator IS POB-.SQEO EVERY TUESDAY MORNING, At Two Dollars a Year, IN ADVANCE !—Three Dollars will be charged when not paid in advance. Obituaries An> ouocements and Communications of m private character charged for at adverAnng rates. RATES OF ADVERTISING. PAYAitLE 111 ADVANCE. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at One Dollar per iquurc of ten lines, {or less • for each insertion. A liberal discount made to thise who advertise for Z, C or 1_ months. Qtjf— OFFICE, Stone B Aiding, Augusta Street Staunton, Va. PLAIN AMD ORNAMENTAL JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY VARIETY, EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS & DESPATCH, AT THE "SPECTATOR" JOB OFFICE, Stone Building, Augusta St., ST-lUSvTTOIiT, VIL. All kinds of Printing, such as Posters, Sale Bills, Blanks, Circulars, School llepurts, Cards, Checks, Notes, Letter -Leads, Bill Heads, Labels, Pamphlets, Programmes, Visiting Cards, Wedding Cards, Invitations, &c, In the very best style, on moderate terms. Clerks, Sheri...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton spectator. — 22 August 1865

STAUiNTON SPECTATOR. R. M.-UZY, Editor and Proprietor. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1865.] A WORD TO SUBSCRIBERS, Heretofore we have been sending the "Spectator" only to those who had paid for a longer time than the paper had been sent up to the time of the suspen sion of its publication by the destruc tion of the office. From this date it will be sent to ail on the subscrip tion list who can be reached by the present limited mail facilities. Those who will receive it now, to whom it has not been sent heretofore, will know from that fact that they are owing for it.— We know that our subscribers are re sponsible and disposed to pay, and that they appreciate the propriety of doing so as early as possible. We desire to send the paper to all of its former sub scribers, but cannot do so unless they pay promptly. We would like to ex tend indulgence to them at this time as we know that the very best subscriber on the list have great difficulty in get ting money, but the destruction of our office an...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator
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