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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 February 1852

VOL. 2--NO 104. THE DAILY DISPATCH. A COWARDIN. Proprietor. Ht'till K I'LKAXANTf, Editor. TKKMS OF ADVERTISING. ™ i YaertionSO 50 I 1 square, I month ®4 00 I mm. 75 1 do imon-h* 700 ] t V do ico'l do Z do 10 00 } \ week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 J Ui 11 week* 275 1 1 do 1 year 30 00 CT Communication* are charged at the *am« _£;•« mlrcrtiaetncnta. r»- r«« I**" <» fr* """" « •' lo I n ? rr *<|- in exact proportion, and payable m ad- "Jrs* idTertisenwnts inserted once a week,twice . I*k or three times » week, will be SO tor the first insertion, and .57 j cent* tor each *°r9r'Marriage notion Inserted for 95 cent*; Fu•Jaotice# 25 cent*; Deaths, without obituary or Sonera! invitation, 18i cents. Th e " Daily Dispatch - ' is served to subscriber* U HI <iW .1 quarter CMntf jxr payable to the „ rTt(>r weekly- Price fvrf mailing, a year in ad- ? alio.'. TflK WEEKLY BWPATCH I. oubrtsbeu every Friday morning and mailed f'r o>'K DOLLAR A V*A». T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. II tan*-reform grt>«tiy «u pert or to aay«lher M• ■dtini of «hfrtl»!*|' - RICHMOND, TA.t «re4MMtar Mtntai, »eh»y 18. 1M«- The Southern Literary Metumger. Tlk- February No. of the Meaaenger bM bee a lying on our table for aeveral daya, but we have been so occupied with lew agreeable •objects, that we have but now concluded the perusal of it. In general terms we may say, lint we soe no sign of flagging in the general character of the work. It keeps fully up to the reputation which it has long enjoyed, and Which should secure for it the patronage of the South, especially, and of men of taste every where. When we take into consideration the great difficulties with which the Messenger has had to struggle, we cannot but pay a tribute to the ability with which it has been sustained so far. It is a very hard mutter to keep alive a literary journal, even in with its two 'willion of inhabitants, though the proprietor ■tav have, at his disposal, any amount of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 February 1852

JTHELATEBT NEWS. arrival or BTiAlill Bli DORADO. Four Day® Later from California. « MVHo* of Oold— Quickttt Trip on Record—California Matters. lUw York, Feb. 16.—The steamer El Dorado bringing date* from San Franciaco to the .t£i uit., tour days later than thoae brought by ,v. r r>infet YVcbeter, arrived at her wharf arid fclock this evening. She brings $1,100,000 of gold on freight, and 245 passengers. The passenger# of the LI Dorado have made tVr o ,,ickest time between San Francisco and N » Vork that has yet been made, the running time between the two ports, including the •rising of the Isthmus, being twenty-three and a half days. The rain* on ,l * e Isthmus had ceased, and e G igona road was in fine order. The health of the Isthmus was very good, ar< j passengers were leaving Panama very ra- , «h in sailing vessels and steamers. Tickets j-Jr j s.«?age on which were commanding a preSaii rtrovisioos on the Isthmus were selling st h : gh rates. Beef had sold a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 February 1852

THE DAILX UIBfATOh [Prmn the Journal.) THK WINK COP. Tkoogh* tooMtlkagwira andbigk Tetpa W and on iu rain think. It aiaeta thee at the festive board, Crowned with It* and ringing laughter, A gUd temptation brightly poured— Bat, ah, what heavy day* ewe after t It tends the soul a feverish power, What wild and flushing words to apeak, And lights a cold and gloomy hoar Whore hope nor sunlight seemed to break 'Ti» like a transient magic spell. The draught within yon gilded chalice, Bat fevered tips that love it well Regret too late its burning maKoe. There is a fearful record kept By a pore angel from on high, And tears of blood are o'er it wept From eyes that slumber not nor die— It bears tne names of those like the Who only touched snd lightly tasted, Yet have gone down as silently As treasura-barls that rocks have wasted A voice of warning sternly comes From where the young and proud were wrecked, And canst thou trend earth's ruined homes And sink thy godly intellect f The costly jew...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 February 1852

VOL 2—NO 105. fH K DAILY DISPATCH. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. UI'ISH H. rI.KASAMW.BJIIir. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. . 1 insertion fcO 50 I 1 square, 1 mouth 00 iTrrts'i S-sms 1 2° '] «A 1« | 1 do 6 do 16 00 } t 875 i 1 do 1 J'f«r 30 00 rff* Communications are charged at the same advertisements. ri- r< i<«««" r makt " ,o , n e*. r a i meats in exact proportion, and payable in ad "i-, Advertisements Inserted once ■ week, twice ££V or three Uiue. a week, will be thar<ed *0 Zr the first insertion, and 37* cents tor each Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cents; Fu„r*r,aices '5 cents . Deaths, without obituary or f.Bi'-a! invitation, 12$ cents. Tie •• Daily Dispatch" is served to subscribers At Vr a da quarter per awe*, payable to the JJrri-r w.tAly. Price for mailing. H a year In advance. the weekly dispatch I. nuVfhr-d every Friday morning, and mailed for onVdclt *a a ykar. ToClcbs. for *o sixcofor «U) thirteen copies; for *15 twenty coL,; for $20 twenty-seven ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Or TO 4DTI«TWM»^T»»«I#fc» •f tSe Dispatch Is thu* tuhw *•* «( n> Other Daily p*|»cr I* the ettjr of HwoU. It I* therefore fiwtfty ««pertor 16 enfetter na a •odium of #drrrti«iuf. RICHMOND, YA.» Thim'«]r !K«r*i*f, Fehraary IV, 1892. THE MOTHER OF LOUIS NAPOLEON. The Paris Correspondent of the New York Commercial, writes aa follows: The personal character of Louis Napoleon ia somewhat enigmatical. Hia mother, Hortense Beauharueia, was a woman of exceedingly bad life, however history may have glossed her annals. Before tnartiage, she had two children —one bv Napoleon, which died early; the other by a Frenchman—M. Flabant—the present I)e Morny, late Minister of the Interior. Louis Napoleon, born after her marriage with Louis Napoleon, king of Holland, is very generally regarded as the natural son of a Dutch admiral, notorious as the queen's lover. His physiognomy, his complexion, his air and habita'arr Dutch. He is slow and taciturn. We have nothing to say...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 February 1852

THE latest news. Pftfes#*riet—Grfat Extitement, Sec. ct tvrun», Feb. !7.-Thc riot yesterday „ • weed on account of the dtscorery of por- ; 0 f human bodies in tUe cess pool of the Ho'iroeonatbic College, wh;ch were identified l\ the friends of the dead. This caused great ,L-itement, nnd.io satisfy the public mind, a - ,-tmiuee of five ciiirena was appointed to go i 'uffb the building and examine every part. A W. the crowd increased largely, and hun* j ro Js. with lanterns, bludgeons, Ac., were , -~regnted about the building. Every door, f or the first to the fourth story, was burst in H lie' committee, the mob occupying the sMirs". (>•*>*£«'t a *«»«»«* their report, la the dissecting room, situated in the cock- '• {lie committee found the bodies of a man „• V pitman partly dissected, and a dry goods *'-iiled with feet, heads, trunks, and other • ons of bodies. One of the committee ref - n :-ed she hands of his own daughter by ~ staUble masks. The crowd then weu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH THK OLD TURNPIKEW«bw bo more of the ctangiog hoof, Ab4 the «Ug« coach rattling by; Forth* Steam-King rule* die traveled world, A»d the old Pik?s left to die, The mat creep* o'er the flinty path, And the atealthy daiaea ataal Where once the »tag-horw, day by day, Lifted hit iron hod. Ko more the weary stager dreada I The toil of the coming mora; Me more the buttling landlord run* At the sound of the echoing horn; For the doat lie* •till upon the road, And the bright eyed children play Where once the ciatteriug hoof and wheel Rattled along the w»y. Mo more do we hear the cracking whip. Or theatrong wheels, rumbling sound; And ah t the water drive* us on, And an iron horse U found f The coach stand* rus'ingin the yard, And the horse ha* sought the plow; We hare (panned the world with an iron rail, And thedtcam King rule* u* now! The old turn-pike is a pike no more, Wide open stand* the gate; We bsve made u* a road for our hone to stride Which we ride at a flying rate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 February 1852

VOL 2—NO 106. THE DAILY DISPATCH. 7a9. A. COW A R DIN. Proprietor, HUtill K7vLKASA NTS, Editor. C\«H TERMS OK ADVERTISING. , *s",*re' 1 insertion #0 50 I 1 square, 1i month «4 00 i* do S insertions 075 | I do a m<m»hs 700 1 J, 1 do ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 t 1 week 1 | 1 6 dOl6 00 do 275 i Ido 1 3900 ry* Communications are charged at the same advertisements. Ten !""" " r !'** * * " W*'»' longer adin exact proportion, and payable in ad-. Advertisements inserted onee a week,twice . l.vk or three times » week, will b* thargad SO teritt Tor the first insertion, and 37j cents tor each Marriage notices Inserted for2scenU; Fu25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or fmaral invitation. 12J cents. _ The "Dailv Dispatch" is served to subscribers ,» «x «.««# a gorier cent* pcr vmk, payable to the terrier weekly, Price for mailing, $4 a year in ad?*QOt*. - the weekly dispatch 1. oubrtshed every Friday morning, and mailed for oiiK cotXAH A VKAK. To CirßS. for #5 sixcofor $10 thirteen copies;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. or TO ADVKH.TIHEJW.—ThrcircuUtIoB •f the Dispatch it thmi timks as large as that of any other Daily paper ia the city of Kichiaoad. ft it therefore greatly superior to any other as a ■tedium of vlrertUtag. RICHMOND, YA.i — — • Friday Men tag, Fcbraary 30,1853. THE NEW MAIL ARKANGEMENT. We publish to-day a schedule of the expedited mail service, from the Washington papers. It is to go into operation on the first day of March next. The new arrangement, ib accordance with the spirit of this age, ia un doubtedly the best for ihe country that has yet been made. It gives us the great mail from the North, and the South, twice a day each. For the present, this will answer all the purposes of commerce, especially when taken in connexion with the telegraph. In a few years, doubtless, it will be regarded as behind the times, and will be substituted by some other arrangement which wilt give us the mail even cftener than we get it now. The times have undergone, in our day, no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 February 1852

THE LATEST NEWS THE CANADA'S NEWS. We copy below some details by the papers Just night, in Addition to our telegraphic account of the Canada's news, published yesterday i FKAKI. A dispatch from Pari*, dated the 30th, says that lite Milliter of the Interior, has sent a circular to the rrcfects, directing them to set a i liberty such of the political prisoners as ,-an be liberated without danger to society.— M "lVn-hn«el, one of the Regents of the I niversity, is in exile. it was represented in some quarters that although the President would not rescind or , r .\jitV the decrees he had promised an indemnitv to thi Orleans Family, but the prevalent l-ehet" was that the decrees would never be executed to 'he extent threatened. The testnnientan executors of Louis Phillipe have issued an opinion signed by the most eminent members ol the liar, declaring the decrees il- legal. i The Moniteur of the 29th publishes M. Foulds finatiicial expose, showing an estimated deficit c' the year of "•J0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 February 1852

Tip DAILY BISFATOH COMMERCIAL RICHMOND MARKVN. Jfer 'At Mei ending Tktntl*f Evmm#, Flb. It. (CJLBMan.LT couzonc.] BACON lata good demand. Virginiaeured, bog round, cu; prime Western aati Baltimore eides-9) to Meta; Shoulders 0 to H;'Hams 10| to 114BUTTER—Firkin 10 al6 eta. per lb. Freeh 801 l BO a 25 eta. Geahen, in kefa, 13to«t> eta. BEESWAX—aa a aa eta. per reoeipts. no chsrjr. COTTON A*D COTTON YARNS.—.The trade In Cotton here ia limited. The auetatiaes-are <1 a 81 eta. Cotton Yarna 17 eta per lb. COFFEE —OM Java 111 to 12|; Laqitaym«i and scarce; Kio 9 to 9| ceata; Cape 8| « 8 -eta; Maia*. CANni.Ea-kTtllow lOlalU; HaE's.patent 13; Sperm 43 a 45, Adamantine 221 a 27}. Jackson's patent 12*. COAL—IO cents on board for good mixed, fine •ad lump; Bto 8 cent* for blacksmith'* coal. CORN—6O to*Cs cents per butbel ot §6 iba. for old and o«w. CORN MEAL,—7T to 80 cents per btaabel. FLOUR—Lartaales of Scotttvilleandßichmond, ltU| to $4*—witb light receipts. FLAXSEED—I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 February 1852

VOL 2--N0 107. Till--. DAILY DISPATCH. "jAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. If {-(ill K. t'I.KASANTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING, i M-uare. 1 insertion #0 SO I 1 square, I m.-nlh *4 00 i 41 ° in'sertiona 075 I do 2inon»he iOO 1 do 3 do ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 J do \ week 1 7511 do 6d016 00 } do 2 w.vk. 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 CW Communications are charged at the same -via? advertisements. lints or le*t txakt a tquart; longer ad-rer*,-:nei;ts in exact proportion, and payable in ad**lAdvertisements inserted once a week, twice s week, or three times a we»>k. will be eharged SO tent* tor the ftret insertion, and -J7| cents lor each lontinuancf. ry* Marriage notice* Inserted for 25 eenta; Fu25 oents ; Deaths, without obituary or fni wral invitation. 12} cents. The " Daii.v Dispatch - ' is served to subscribers at m and a quarter cent* per reek, payable to the larrlev weekly Price for mailing, $4 a year in adfaooe. the WEEKLY DISPATCn Is published every Friday morning, and mailed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. nr TO A DTKH-TISMiS.—The circulation of the Dispatch U thui times m large a* that of any other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond, ft t* therefore greedy superior to aay other aa a ■Milium of advertising. RICHMOND, TA.i gatarday Mar*l*g, February 91, IM9. " CANT. The late Lord Byron waa a peraon whoa* character, apart Irora hia very great genius, we do not greatly admire. Yet there were certain traits in it which would have made it respectable, even though it had, in general, been even worse than it was, aa the jewel in the head of the toad, renders his whole body worthy of preservation. One of these traita waa a hearty—thorough—unaffected detestation of cant, in whatever form it made ita appearance ; whether in religion, in morals, in politics, or in poetry. He thought the age in which he lived the most canting of all ages, and so it was. Had he lived to see this day, he would have found the characteristic which he hated so cordially, grown to a height of which...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 February 1852

the latest news. Arrival of the Steamer Georgia. New York Feb. 19th —The mail ateamer Geor.j riTc.l to-dav about noon. She left Chagre* on the 7th and llavanna on tho 14th inet. She bring* cfi passensor*, having transferred 160 to the steam er Philadelphia for New Orleans, which arrived at llavanna on tho 14th, and wa* to sail immediately on the arrival of tho Ohio from Now York. Tho propeiier Fioueer, f«r Now York, wiled with 40 hundred men, including IfiO mechanic* tskrn out by the Georgia on her last trip, wore at ,V kon the Panama Railroad. The load will t* , poned to Mill r> station by the return of the next f v# :i> to Chsgws. This cuts oft 30 mile# of river navigation. and avoid* the bar at the mouth of the Ch*gr«'f r v< r .... Tho Isthmus was crowded with passengers wattin- -■ to California The steamers (Jolden Gate' K ;.;'>l)o and Ti nnessee would carry otl all \ liaii itt.-ough ticket*. T;.i- mli.- .tant* of Chagroa wore making a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH [oaioiftit] DO YOU RKMEMBSRf Do yon remember,friend of annoy hours When you and I were children, fair and free, Nettling amid the graaa and blocking flower*, Or bounding gaily o'er the verdant lea. After tome butterfly with golden wing t How proud we were to eatch the nimble aprite Ah, me ! how lovingly the memory cling*, To childhood'* hour*, when all wa* pure *nd bright, Do you remember lit Do you remember when the morning'* light. Was *!ow'y breaking through the eastern sky, llow hand in band, we stood to watch the nlcht Recede. *a gorgeous d*y came sweeping by: How o'er the flower*, we saw the sunbeam* steal And kif* the Jdew-drop* that were sleeping there ; And how the bird's sweet song* b«g*n to peal. Up through the stillness of the summer airt Do you remember itl Do yon remember all the pleasant place*, The rustic seat down in the grassy dell, Where spring's first daisies showed their tiny faces, The' early violet*, and the wild harebell, And many a wreathe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 February 1852

THE —PAILY MSPAJCH. VOL 2—NO 108. thK DAILY DISPATCH. =yV g a. COW ARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH hTpLEAHAMTS, Editor. CA f JJKStO 50 I 1 squall! 1 monJh $* 00 % rrv.s 1 I°, iwoek 17511 do 6 do 16 00 J t °Z£ks #75 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 ro» Communication* am chargcd at the *ame advertisements. *2£ T,n Uses or Us* make « *?«.*«; longer adin exact proportion, and payable in ad- . Ivrr tisements Inserted once a week,twice £&ortime* * week, will be SO for the first insertion, and 37 j cents tor each nottoea Inserted for 25 cent*; Fuiiotice* 25 cents ; Deaths, without obituary or invitation, 124 cent*. TV ' IHu v Disi atch" is served to subscribers tents prr jr«i, payable to the weekly Price for mailing, 14 a year In adf *UOO- __ the wkkkly dispatch I. nch-lshed every Friday morning, and mailed fcr oNSPOi"* A VRA * ™ Clu "' for $5 ,ixCO ' EL for $10 thirteen copies; for 815 twenty cof.)r $'.*0 twenty-*»'ven copies. KM lt.no>D STOVE WORKS. rrWIFSK works are located in the imm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH ear TO of the Dufatcm U tmui twu m Urn a* iW •f any other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It U therefore greatly superior to My M • Medium of advertise. RICHMOND, TA.t M«a4ay Nsratag, Fek'y 93, 1! THE RICHMOND WHIG. Mr, Alexander MoseUy, in a card, announced his return to the editorial conduct of this paper, on Saturday morning. Mr. M. proteases himself willing to test the quality of the new Constitution, notwithstanding there are many portions of it. of which he did not originally approve. He is not one of those who believe in the decline of Virginia, and never has been; yet he is by no means in favor of th-* stand-still policy. He claims to be a Staffe-Rights man now, as he was in 1833, and has been ever since, and though he prefers Mr. Fillmore to all the world, will do all he can to advance the interest of any other person who may be nominated as the candidate of the Whig party. From along sojourn in the country, he fears he has become somewhat rusty, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 February 1852

THE latest news. Election of V. S. Senator rifMBPHO, Feb. 19.—The Legislature of \t o .i««ippi have elected Judge Stephen Adr, « Umon democrat, to fill the place of Hon. Jeferson Davis, resigned, but whow seat haa wn occupied the present session ao far by Mr Mcßae, under the Governors appotmmade, as he i« empowered to do, during flit legislative recess. The execut.ve appointment is now superseded, of course, by thia one of the Legislature. The Cleveland Riot—Examination of the Rioters. Ci kvei \np, Feb. 19.—The court house was -,owded this morning to witness the examinanof t he parties arrested for being concerned in the riotous attack on the Homoeopathic College. Twelve persons, charged with riotwere present. H. 11. Smith, the Professor ,V Chcmistrv. was examined. He said the nmount of his property destroyed could not Vies* than if 160. \N ith the chemical materia;? which were destroyed, there were two •iritoniical specimens, vulued at $100, and a ,anetv of minerals, including Dr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 February 1852

miii? rvi tt y niflPATflH 1 \ ' THE DVIKO GftuJ * l Open the blind, dear mother, The light cannot hart m« now; 1 am sinking, fast sinking, And the fever has left my brow, feel the coo Id flood ftather, i And soon It Will rise to my heart— I fatn would see the sunset, dear mother, Again, before I depart. Raisr op bit pillow, mother. Take bold of my bind once moreDo not weep -I am going— And my pains will soon be o'er, Come near, and stand beside me, And pillow my head on thy breast— It prows dark—am I dying, dear mother? Farewell! it is sweet thus to rest THE CALIFORNIA FEVER. The New York "Tribune" remarks upoa the large emigration to California. It does not doubt the goodness of the climate, nor the frtiitfulness of the soil, nor the good chances there for those who go well prepared, but says: "The rage of the Fever at present is rather appalling. What are all these thousands lo do in California t Gold-washing must, in the nature of things, grow less and leas productive; there will...

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