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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH VIRGINIA LKOIBLATCBE. Tuesuat, Feb. 8. Heaate. The Senate, to-<lay, pasaed the bill from the Houvs auihotiaing the Orange and Alexandria Railroad Company to extend their road, hv wav ofCharlotte,»ille, to Lynchburg. I he ,ote was 26 to 16-26 being the precise number for a constitutional majority. Honae of Dele«at*«The following bills were passed in the House to Jm ! A bill making an additional appropriation for the conatruclion of the Huttouatille and Hnntersville Turnpike—aye« <9, noes 4d. A bill making an additional appropriation, hv the state, io McAdamize the Westou and j. , n : r >.,ont Turnpike —ayes 85, noes 1-2. A b'iSlJproviding for McAdaiuiz ng the Moreantowo, King wood and West Un;on l'urnp,Ke—eyes 88, noes 33. [ Fhia bill was rejected a tew days a2o, reconsidered to-day. and patted fiv the above \ote.J .r - authorising an increase of the capital stock oi the Raleigh and North Carolina Turnpike roaj. A bill for the const...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 February 1853

VOL. 3--N0 93 TTI tT J> All ,y DISPATCH JAS A COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. The KkvkM t,> Ktitr thu Sii.vkh in j TIU i - , wrv.-The bill introduced into the J',- iee .it Repr.'se: taint s, reduces the number -i i, ,-ol silver in the half dollar, quarter ,»11 a ■*. ■ ."<• mid half dime. The half dollar v*,;l be rsduced from its present weight, 206J g;.«lns. down tj I.>' 2 grains, and the other coins riis'ied above in like proportion. The silver lt >!i - r ::ot t;> be touched, and therefore will erase to ciiculate. The reduction will be rctrlv 7 per cent of silver, say 6.91. But as 5 ... value of silver compared with gold is a nit 1 to K>.j2C, the silver dollar to be at rsr » i;,> gold should weigh 12 grains lees than ;■» present weight, and thus the real deduction ;n the intrinsic vaiue ot silver is only 4.12 per cent. As this does not reduce the v >'ue c: silver to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. . KICHMONP. VA.i I Tkmday FrttWT It, 1853.. j SCHEMES FOR THE FARTHER DEPLETION OF VIRGINIA. The cormorants that have fastened up )n the vitala of this commonwealth, are not contented with whatthey have already received, but having opened her jugular vein, end being in a fair wav to drain the vita! fluid to t ie last drjp, have already enlarged their views, and are preparing means to prevent a return of any the l«nst particle ol the life blood to her heart.— The linea of circu nvallation are fast drawing crc undber; it has been determined that she mail derive no sustenance from the materials or. which she Mill relies to support vitality ; tie \ery sources of existence are to be stopped b«-!ure the stream can reach her. K ,-om Ihe Philadelphia papers of Friday last, we receive intelligence of a vast scheme to draw off before it reaches her, all the remaining trade of Virginia, both that of the Southwest and that of the West. It is all to be drained off to Baltimor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 February 1853

THE LATEST NEWB> The Three Bllla senate yesterday paased the Damilie Rai!» T rll i ifce I.yocbborg ■nd Tettowtee BH.', aai tbe 8c .nfcfiie Bi.i. CON' >It ESB. —MONICA V V> the Senate the bill granting farther retr.niies to patentees was parsed. i'he resolutions ot Committee on Forf.jn RfliiioM respecting t. a ripht of way , il -•« the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, vere det Kted l»v Messrs. Seward and Underwood, and then postponed. i'fie House ot" Re resentatives considered, •n Committee of tlie whole on the state of the {"n:;":>.the I ill to establish the territorial gov,rt if Columbia (which su aubaaauent- •, , : m> as t« near the name ot Wash- . V .! and the bill to establish the territorial j-o.it'nen: <: Nebraska. I'he first named „ ;• !, . to the Mouse, but not defini.ely ef , : j,-•>. During tie day, nn intere. ting v f .^rirotn the President of the United v . on the subject ot the fisheries and reMrrrv, wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH TIRGIWIA LEGISLATURE. Weomlbuat. Feb. 9. Bmtt. The Senate ha» passed the bill from the House providing for the completion of the Richmond and uanville Railtoad, and making a 1 on ol $600,000 to the company of t tat road. Trie Senate has also passed the bill increasing to the amount of $800,000, the stock ot the Norlolk and Petersburg Railroad Company, in which increase the State takes three-fifths. H«uae of Delegates. The Speaker laid before the House a communication from the Seeond Auditor, enclosing statements of the amount of tonnage, and the estimated value thereof, imported into Richmond bv the sever* 1 internal iinpro/enient companies during theyearlßi>2; which cotniiiuiiicnli' n was laid on the tabic and ordered to be p'inted. Mr. Anderson presented a petition of P. Woolfolk, jr., nnd others of Richmond, asking the incorporation ol a savings bank in the city of Richmond. The petition was referred to the Couimittee on Ban .9. A hir. providing for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 February 1853

vol.. 3--NO 100 T. q A COWARDIN, Proprietor, h-TGH S PLEASANTS. Editor. sags: dkmtal »u»eitoN.-ur. |B?jgagp3? V K C«1 AN s'LKR, (graduate of the CyQWft Baltimore College of Dental Surge--1.1 T ' it-.*) his professional services , . , Y K'.chmor.i and vicinKv. "'.; a street, Eagle Square H Pioiessor C. B. Gibson, Professor Rev Dr. Hoinß, Rev. J. B. Taylor, Kv :,n iA. W irthatn.M. D., and Wm. , - FfQ , Richmond 1 .'j a. Harr.s. Professor Thos. E. Bond, \. , !! .n iv. rrof.C. O. Cone, and Lea 1 s h'v ;i IV S., Baltimore. se 2—d«nn FKAN CI S A• JKTK R , SI'RGF.ON DENTIST, having re (Tfaj*pßj'% mv .ved his Office to his father a re- ' ■ f.jtnc-, on Kroad street, near the ..... j;, u( e. and opposite the City Hall, oilers *.»rv:.--» t. the citizens of Rich--1 i \-;r.ity. and would be pleased to see his !T • "„-nd»s .d customers. ja 13—3 m* I>H. aT>oTmTt»»>, (graaua! DENTIST, practitioner since having fully tested his reduced j (ir i c , desires to make kno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. EICHMOM P . TA.i Friday Msralsg, Fetrsaty 11. IMS. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH, For Friday, Feb. 11, i» now reedy, end for sale at this office. It contains a choice end interest, n C varietv of Editorials, Teles, Poems tod Anecdotes; also, full reports of instructive Lectures, important Criminal Trials and AJdre«ses, the latest Foreign and Domestic Intelligence, correspondence, General Miscellany, Gleanings, &c. Price 3c.-nts per single v f 1 per annjtn, in advance. THE NEW ENGINEER. \\v have been looking over the ordinance CKbtmg this office, and we find, what we suspertt... that it is nothing more nor less than a tute for the Commissioner of Streets.— The ciiileman who fills fhat office is very accepts le to the people, but he is not sufficiently topple to answer the purposes of the Civic Msftiaies. He has been wrong; he should alwavscorte cap in hand, when he appears before his superiors. They have determined It, punish him, and take bis office out of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 February 1853

THE LATEST NEWS CONGRESSIONAL —VOTE FOR PRESI- I>ENT AND VICE PRESIDENT On W edntldty both Houses of Congress were engaged in the ceremony of counting the electoral votes for President and Vice President ofthe United States. It took place in the House of Representatives. At 12 o'clock the Senrtors entered the Hall of the House, preceded by ihfir Presiden*. Senator Atchi *oX. The President ol the Senate presided, t,seated b> the Speaker of the House. 'Ihe cenitcntes of the votes of the several States were then rend, from the desk of the Clerk, by Sen; Hcnter, the chairman of the committee of examinatiou. After that duty was con- r'jded, the President of the Senate announced iesu!t and declared Frakklin Pierce, of >, i* Hampshire, and Wm. R KtSG,ofA!aba- - , tc be duly elected Pie-ident and Vice PreH ;ri of the United States' from the 4th of Ver. h next. S-: pursuance of a joint resolution, subsev nt'v adopted, Mr. Hinter was sppointed, ,n e part of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL RICHMO>U MARKET*. for ikt tetek ending Thnrtdaf Evening, t'eb 10. [CAMrVLIY COIUIStCTKD.J BACON—We have to note a Tery dull market for Ihis art ce. Virginia cured, hog round, bring* I'Ji 12| eta ; old Western and Baltimore Sides 91 tj 9J cent*; Shoulders sto rX cent*; new Sidi « 10\ «o U| ceuts ; Ham* 13 to 134 cU.; new Shoulders OS to cent*. BUTTER is in fair supply Firkin 18 to 20 cents per lb.; 1.-csh Roll 25 • Goshen i:0 to 25 cents. BEESWAX—22 a23cU. per ib.—with small receipts, no change. COTTON ASD COTTON YARNS.—The trade in Cotton here is limited. The quotations are -ij to lOcts. Cotton Yarr-i le cts per lb. COFFEE—OId Java 11X to 12; l.aguayra 10 to 104 , Kio 94 to 10# eta ; Cape Cl a 9 cts; Manilla l'Jj CANDLES —Tallow 12} a 13; Hull's patent 14; ■perm 37 a 38, Adamantine 25 a 31. Jackson's patent 14. , . . • UAL —10 tj 12j cents on board lor good mix ad, tiue */ict It imp", atoll cento lor blacksmith's eoa! , CORN—New (Hi to 62j ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 February 1853

VOL. 8--N0 102 ta3 A COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PHEASANTS. Editor. a i 'cr i<> he Kp»<( nod Thonjiht upon, m '.V : V » -T.WK>T AM) NORTH IIAVK T m,>K-N-NO\V SPEAKS THE SOITH- <; nNY SOUTH — Hearths tribute given by J.: - /,',sons, tn h:« T4th year. Cwi (here be I topi d at not to jlaM toiwk h ... ; j-.ni'iv daily given in favor o! Ilnmpicn <• Variable Tincture, in every hamlet, , » ;a i iiy where it bits found it* way 1 Grate- - i-!» -./cak its praise hkstkh District, Soßth Carolina, { January 3d. it*s3 £ «f. Mortimer A- Xoiebraf— GentiemenFor t r.ve years ! have been a severe sutierer f--m Rt cum«ti»m. till seeing your tecotwnenda ; ; Hampton * Vegetable Tincture, 1 purchased k lit!.-' ar.d the first dote basao much relieved me ; - , ,-. fi.ier it bu:;t: slice to give to tor surtertcg » ;i the result ot the application. ' w*e acute Rheumatism in the back—no bad t ...c i was contued to my bed for the ias...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. RICHMOND . TA.I Mtmlij) ft>. 13i 1833' MARSHAL NET: Some writer, in one of the American periodicals, undertook, several years ago, to establish identity between thia renowned warrior, and Captain Rudolph of Lee's Legion, in the revolutionary war. We always regarded I e essay < • made sotue vbat in the spirit whic t produced Whateley's famous historic doutns reletire to the existence of Napoleon BonaTart ,_ a y designed, nimely, to show how easy \l *ss to cost a doubt upon the reality of any, the best ascertained, points of history. In t*at light it was a very ingenious and interestir r performance. We nrver supposed the author intended it to be taken seriously, for there «»re too many people living at the time, who w Marshal Ney, and had known him from fi s childhood, in Strasburg, where he was torn. His father died not more than ten or twelve years ago, in Paris, we believe. Weob serve that sonr 1 person has revived the story in eorr.e of o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 February 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. APLMIICIN'A LCALI FO RNIA NEWS BY THE PHILADELPHIA. t,\l. Totlen and his corps of eng neers were -.pressing with their labors on the Panama H: ; iroad. but the flood: sndfieshcta had great- , aipeded iheir progress. ' , British war steamer Imphytria had arr;V«'d >'t Panama from the coast o< Mexico, » <■ jMiO.uOO lor Europe. \e« discoveries el'gold had been made at Grenada. f ( > steamers Ohio and Uncle Sam, Irom Vork. had arrived at Aapinwall. CALIFORNIA MATTKRS. ; • a mininc region* immense quantities of „ and snow tmj fallen, ami much property w ,. fwept awav. 1' r legislature had assembled at Vallejo t , j e 3d. Worts were making to remove it if Benicta. counts from th.* mint s are must distress«i.ii U> tiie floods and snow; much more .11 w as M tirst apprehended. \\ i n the flood subsides, it is believed the , - : gold will be increased. i: been proposed to hold another mii i •>' convention. rut v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH VIRGINIA I.BGIKLATIKK. Fridat, Feb. 11 Btue of D«l»|ate>. The Speaker laid before the House a communication from Charlea S. Lewis, under date of the Bth mat., resigning his aeat as a member of the House of Delegates irom the county of Hiarri«on. On motion, the Speaker was directed to issue a writ of election, to supply the vacancy created by the resignation ol Mr. Lewis—the election to be holden on the 24th in-stsnt. The following bills were patted to-day: A Senate bill making additional provision for the construction and completion of the Tazewell and Fancy Gap 1 uropjke; An act making further appropriation to the Beverly and Fairmont Road and , A hill incorporating the to*n Melton, in talis* count*. [Vaiious bills passed by me Senate and sent to the House, will be noticed hereaf er.] The bill authorising a loan to the James River and Kaaawha Company to complete their i;-nrnveuient above tide-water, was taken up as ttie unfinished business of the previ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 February 1853

VOL. 3--NO 10?} Tab" a CO W AKBIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. : ,'.I «»K If ho.mk. ( ) •' ,i at Home, where I firstlearn'd ' : T - '«n d clock, with aloud sounding Ari !' ';' a 'i stall changes, though far may I i\.' my '■ i ",v sweet sounds of the Old Bell at Csnr..-- tao *° I, <me. m -r.y borne, in a quiet retreat 'V" u . Clock.no time 1 can k«ep; j.ine shou-d smile, and the world should •>«v we »Vi.'ck when 1 first goto town. *- -■ ? « store. I s « told, opposite th* Pispateh ' V vt . , i ocs cheap, aud for time hard \i ;rr.- • * to .natch; '• VR"'' • hi* name, and though small Yftbifstoc* •j - -&z, any Watch or repair any Cock. . < rs! r yju forget, and his addrets you should . n K ;rhi*the r-See forall kiad* of news; f uca »• th -< you liav.i need tor to care, i. W : nr.; vour Watches tor m; to repair \V J BARTHOLOMEW. Watch Maker, (i. veruor opposite iha Dispttch offics. -7 ~y it i'jifcK I r-ti Mfll'ATb.— Mrs....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. RICHMOND* TA.I Monday Msrstsg, Feb. 14, 18S3. RAILROAD ACROSS THK PAN HANDLE. We find published in the Enquirer of Saturday, a letter from Jease Edging ton, Esq., Cor many years a member of the Virginia Legislature, addressed to the members tf the General Assembly of Virginia, in which he set* forth, in strong terms, the justice of sn application made by the counties of Brooke end Hancock for a railroad across their territory, to connect with Pittsburg and the great Pennsylvania road to Philadelphia on the one side and with the various improvements that reach their long arms from St. Louis to the Ohio on the other. The proposition includes a bridge across the O'iic. opposite Steubenville, the present Eastern terminus of the work West of that river.— A more righteous petition, all the. circumstances of the case, it would be difficult to imagine. Yet it is violently opposed by Wheeling, which seeks to be the exclusive recipient of Virginia's bounty on the Ohio, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 February 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. AwrmP. —We are gtotified to leainthat ibe personal difficult between Messrs. Crar.e tiic! Lenir, of the House of Delegates, which rre* cut <?l personal remark# in debate, has Inen happily and satisfactorily adjusted. I lie parties' had repaired to Washington to settle the difficulty ; and their friends in this city, r gfvctal <i«>* p*»l, h«ve been awaiting, with much anxiety, the resul*. It most be gratifying to alt th«t the unpleasant affair has been t,,, n rttbly and amicably settled withouta retort to deadly weapon*. r .v \ latpe and enthusiastic meeting of the •m.-c .anics of Baltimore took place in Monu- ... > .»•<; jar., on Friday morning. Previous to c - f gn : ttion, a procession, numbering about • »as formed, and with appropriate ban-fP-w. marched through the principal strsets of L'j>on their return to the square, a ,f; ,: L - was organized by appointing John M• i' » ('resident, nnd James B. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 February 1853

THF, HAILY DISPATCH VIKULMA LIGISLATtan. a*TLP.DAt, Feb. 12 House of Delegated. Amongst the bill* tepoited to day was cno providing that no licenM aball be granted io any pf ra«n lo heep a house ol entertainment in tae town ol Wyibetille, or within one mile thereof, except upon the recomuscwiatn 11 the Trustees ol* attid town- . A till giving the coniient of the State , pur hase, by the United Statf, °' a " „J lauu iu the city of Richmond for the P ~o m ot erecting a Custom House, <^ c ; .. uje _ the ."e >a e and »>e b» <be llw* ayes 105, niea 0. n :e.l was one Atonngst the petitions P 1 **®® f< r f.omcii zens ol Hatiipshne ro.'" M - th. cuotroctsou o. ""'' "he Shenandoah KivKailtoad, a: t!>* -orKs » f I'iediiiont or e . r , rSe#town and J^^ lanl? ,, lin! . l'ttoci to*ii n ' b .- ua U X. piesented Irotn Mr. A ' 'crane bi« seat in the House of , J Ti-e comuiun.Cition ivaa dated .Vw Hr-to- Feb. 1«, quaiter lo 1 o clock....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 February 1853

VOL. 3—NO I<>4 Tis A. COWARD IN, Proprietor. H rrGH R. F j uSASANT9. Edit.or_ x. itt KIYIOIONiI H»K Ml.ii. * V I .» n u> s : durable Tract of Land, Lt ■ jj »rret. more or lot, lying in toe t ■ " sterSold. tnix* mile* above 61 ai.ch'**. < J, .nver and turnpike r«aJ*. a:ij .*of iiu»»el J D.ckerai'n, Thos 1 ■ / ..i rj j. and oiher*, -10 acre* of ! ...' i tb> remainder well timbered ! i i:'"- The ouahiy of the «Ul wex ; ; <turja»*e<i by any in th*t *(Ctl'ja ' fi any farther description u«- . ;h >*a wishing to purchase will ol 1 • . .... 5 r 1.." nselvi s. Application may » n . 'V! Crefiry's Tavern, Chester- '*■ to Mr Ric,-..rd Archer, at tt •• B «uk GKKKN WOOD. --rrr » i~K t it At Ti\ it.—Dr i';., ME <k r ('{ ' c ;.;i'ted, cjn:idenUally, lor \kr Te . -li iwicg diteaae*: Kru;Hiou* ' . ,"i '. i : 'a, tilanduUr Swelling*, or ei> f" -i, acd aH morbid dUcbarjfea ' >r chron...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH »ICHWO!ID . TA.t Tn»«day 18I8« REMOVAL OF FREE NEGROES. We have said very little about the proposition before the Legislature to remove the free uegrots from the limits of the State, because our heart told ua that it would be supererogatory. There is too much h«inanity still existing in the Slate ol Virginia to permit such •■atrocious abuse of power towards a c ass of persons whose helplesness, if nothing eise, tppeals so sti ougly to our better feelings- We £ad that we have not been wrong, for the com nut tee to whom the subject was reterred (Mr. Miller, of Botetourt, a humane end enlightened gentleman, at its head,} has reported against it. As the matter may, at some future day, be again brought before the Legislature, .t may fee just as well now tc say what we hare to say against it. And first, the ground upon which it is placed is altogether false. The free negro population is not the worst population that we couil, possibly have among us, as has been assumed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 February 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. page lor proceed icgs of the f neris" if Baltimore. <». rtcnatF"affair.— Msny of our read- „ ' no doubt, remember thai about iwo ' - s . nee a violent personal d (ficulty arnse "«een two very respectable femiltea oi the Vf ' r,( Mcrri" sod Williams, reading in Amr 1 l'.f O 1 ,*»%/S S s c übiv. near Lynchburg, in conscquence f . ' . by Mr. Williams to uu.te himmarriage to a daughter ol Mr. Morns. T rt , (.rriage party left nome for the purpose tailed to wedlock, tat before the at.on of the nuptials, they were over- \ . CiiarlottesviUe by the father and bro- •• vie voung lady, who got possess ion of •«.- led bride, after some resistance, and r » ith her on their return home. Stopf hi Neisen Court House, they were ' . . i Lv Mr. Williams and his brother, • violent altercation took place at the i»-:.:b!e, in which young Morris, the bro- ■ i' is'.emied bride, was shot dead bv .« , [n e, a brother of the i .ter.ded bride- \\ .liiam?, who committed the deed, - r...

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