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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 March 1853

TH>« DAILY DISPATCH Acc , gur OI» THE MU.COOK lUItROAI).— We Im d from the Savannah Courier ot Sunday wat o«» Saturday, the morning train on ihe liußooree, G«o., Railroad, met with a aerious accident. Owing to the recent heavy raina the earth at one of the culverts near Columbua waa undermined, and when the engine waa passing over gave way, precipitating the engine and lender into the gulf beneath, and immediately killing the engineer and fireman. The paasen • gers fortunately escaped unharmed. jy Xhe Cassville, Geo-, Standard stitea that on Monday week the house of Mr. Jesse Windsor, of that county, was destroyed by fireOne of his sons perished in the flames. The lad, some 12 or 14 years old, having rescued two of his younger brothers, rushed in amid the flames, th.nking that a third biother was left, but r a* overpowered and never returned. SuvtK. —We yesterday published som* information relative to the alleged slaver at Norfolk, from reliable sources. Fromthei® we 'tur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 March 1853

VOL. 3—NO 135 f±S. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor, HUQ-H R. PLEASANTS, Editor. AVER'S chrksy pkctoral, ro* thk era* or rOI'OtHS, WHOOPING COUGH rOLDS. CROUP. HOAK?FNEBS, ASTHMA and BRONCHITIS, consumption to rrwK a c«i.n. with I r 1 HEADACHE AND SORENESS OF THE W«. tl BODY, t.ike the CHERRY PECTORAL ) J pn <oir,« to bed, and wrap up warm to sweat C A v rtPc!iring tha night. kA for a cold and cough, take tt morning, rcon, and evening, accnniiag to directions bo"'?, and the difficulty will soon be removed, ior.g sufterfrom this trouble when thev find tt ,-»n be so readily cured. Persons afflicted with a »«ited c"Gfh. which breaks them if their rest at night, w-.'-i f nd. *y taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to bod. they ~"&y be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, and c j,...quei.'. refreshing rest. Great relief from suffering. and ir - ultimate cure is afforded to thousands who af . [feas aff.icted. by this invaluablnsmedy From its agreeable effect in many find unwilling ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 March 1853

THE DAILY DISrATCH. Th ~ treuwio. of the Dltptieb •fWUiSKTS"' •< ■"•>*"""" " Fvicrm'T.d ootPbitxd- KICHMOWP • V A.« Tbarsday Msrala«. *4. 1553- NEUTRALITY. We are frequently asked ho* we can pre.me oar neutrality in the m.d.t oMhe pol d-plorablr peorin mental resources, who cannot think or talk of anything else but pol.Uca. We hope we are not of that number. Political editing, nowadays,seems to have dwindled, in a great measure, into the laudation of individuals. According to the pol.ncal newspapers, we have among us (not a Bourbon, buM au incredible quant.ty of great men. Ererv county c*n send forth a champion fit to cope with Demosthenes ; every borough has tome monster of mind, the rival of Cicero in eloquence, his equal in learning, his superior in political wisdom; there is not a cross-road in the whole country, that cannot boast of some orator, who is more than a match for Pa trick Henry in hie most sublime mood of terror. If these great men do not really...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 March 1853

the latest news. —EXTKA SESSION. u ..HIKCTOK, March22.—Twocomaiunicawere laid before the Senate from the De--«ent of the Interior ; one relative to cerI"' (iicbarsemeofti of money by Go*. Ram- '& ° a th« Sioux Indians, and the other con- ' certain papers relative to the Mexican h .commission ' •> motion of Mr. Weller, the select com .. e( » on the subject of the Mexican Bounda,\„u.a:ssion were allowed until the next cf nto make their report. 'V ■ further business of no public imporL f f the Senate went into Executive session, .y ( , R the doors were opened, Mr. Borland _ v report from the select committee on "v"«<j!.ject of frauds in the extension of the I: was order ■« to be printed, ; .ije Senate adjourned. Washington Items WashiV'To*, March 22d.—The Gardiner w# < resumed to-day. The court was oc,:';i!l nearly 4 o'clock in listening to the - : nt of counsel on the question of the adV s l ilitv of Mr. Barry's testimony defining ; sundari...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 March 1853

tbk daily dispatch — . IRGINIA LIOHLATVUt. Wsdnksdat. Match S3. H«a*t *f Dtltiate*. The following House bills were returned from the Senate, with amendments, to which the House agreed: Conferring the privilege on Ohio railroads •f erecting abridge across a part of the Ohio river, at Wheeling, erecting depot* on Zane a Llan.', A.C.; Extending the time for commencing ana completing the Abingdon and Pattonsville Tun-pike; Authorising a branch Bank in the town of Harrisonburg; . Establishing the "Central Savings Bank at Staunton; , Incoi porating the Martinsburg Savings Institution; _ Incorporating the Trustees of the Hebrew and English Institute for teaching the English and Hebrew languages in the city of Norfolk —and . , Amending an net districting the counties, authorising the County Courts to re-arrange said districts, <tc. _ The following bills were also passed: A hill authorising any two Justices of the Peace in the county of Isle of Wight, to provide hospitals for pers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 March 1853

VOL. 3—NO 136 A. COWAROIN, Proprietor. HtrG H R PLEASANTS. Editor. ~ Y K ;i M IIKKRV PECTORAL, • r a thß cv*.* or WHOOPING COUGH Colßs?*' CROUP, w ASTHMA and "Avoir CONSUMPTION b KOSi T o rrKK a rni.n. with . . «y\DACHE AND SORENESS OF THE ti< .1 pooV. the CHERRY PECTORAL I j * J OT . joinj (o bed, and wrap up warm to sweat ( Hrdvlr.n* th* night- • * i-J For * rol.l and cough, fake tt morning, « -i-- N , n- a nd evening, according to direction* •• cr.ii thi> difficulty will sooii be removed. J® 'v, ,' f saSerfrom this trouble when they find V,n fr" W> readily cnr»d. Persona afflicted with a ~j • •, v hich breaks them tneir rest at night, * "Ya,-> i- v takin* the Cherry Pectoral on going to , v sound, unbroken sleep, and - \ refresh! ns rest. Great relief from suffer- ~ s '.\ x R - ..innate cure is attorded to thousand* who .'•h'U • v . ' "d, hy this invalaabhggpmedy '■# ..;reeahte efleet in thn*<&tfa*e*, many find tf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ry The circulation of Um Dally Dispatch esmSi considerably that of *11 the Dally paper, of Richmond combined RICHMOND . VA.i PrMay Mtralic, March *43,1' A SUGGESTION. When Mr. Tate's funeral took place, ■" ,ho •toreain the city were cloned- Will not oar citizen*, to-day, pay a similar honor to General Lambert T We feet assured they will, and we venture to make the suggestion. THE LATE GEN. LAMBERT. Before the grave has yet closed over the remains of the late Mayor, we think it due alike o his manv sterling virtues, ihe ig esteem in which he was held, and the rxpectation Of the public, to say a few words w.th regard to the principal events of his lite. Gen. William Lambert was born in this city about the year IT9I, and spent the early part of hi* youth here. At an early age he entered ine office of William Marshall, E«q., as a clerk, and continued in it for many years. In 1814. the British ministry, having found it impossible in any other way to make an impression...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 March 1853

thFIATEST news aTE-SPECIAL SESSION. u ; = h ; sg ton, March 23 —The Senate re- \ ihe consideration of the resolution oflerV'hv Mr. Hamlin. Rttolefd, That the same extra compen an |, e allowed to the superintendent of print- ! ° and 'he clerks and messenger under him, paid by the resolution r f the Senate to ! V At'-.er clerks and messengers of a similar (Of 4 " 1 fntf. after debate, was passed with the promat hereafter no allowance of any kind wviindthe regular compensation shall be made , fficer of the Senate. shields called up his resolution, that the S f) j; s rv of the Senate pay to Robert Heale, ;e «rre< arms, the salary i'or the residue , he (rf «mt year. 4 ( . t»ou ot Mr. Mason, it was laid upoa aves IT, noes 16. Senate went into executive session; and , sometime spent therein, the doors were ...•ltd snii an adjournment succeeded. •, lutnen.'*, Confirmations, SfC. \\ asmingtox. March 2-I—The Senate tov confirmed the Hon. Hugh J. Anderson, «.f nr. as Commissioner of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 March 1853

The i aLY dispatch a*T< .imonb jiabkbts. Mr a* JS' $2 *4. *" **** KKVLt ,y COWIKCTKD i WAPON -Virginia cured, hog rou D d bntigj3» »o WeSornand Baltimore Side. 7* to 8 JLSf M to CHctt. new £*•»»» ST; Ham* 12* "> I 3 cU i B,!W 8!l0ulder • bw " 4 ""bUTTER i* In fair *uppiy. Firkin 18 to SO cent* to lOcu Cottun Yama la CUr ' tQ COFFEE-Old Jara lIM to 1-. M / ni „, Sperm ?2 a 34. Adamantuw 25 a JacJuwn • P V??AI 4 _lo-ol2t cent* on board lor good mix •d™ e«d lum; -no 11 cents tor blacksmith'. per bushel. cmuß-Sale* ot Richmond auperbae at $4 75 ie Ba»m-held at §0 generally in atore. . vskK!) —In demand at $1 25 per bushel. FEATUKRS —Live geese 40 a 42 eta. FISH No. 1 Mackerel $12$ to Id, No. 2 Sll to 1H- No 3, *mali to 7»-nominal, none here; Ko 4, none here. Clipped N. C. Herring* $6 75 10 7—nominal, nou* here; Family Roe 84 to 4 25, in halt bbi*.; Gross, #5 25 to 5 50 for North Carolina; Haliiax N j I Clipped 86, Gross #4 50 to 4 75. Shad $9 50 to 10—very scarce. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 March 1853

VOL. 3--NO 137. jA3 CO W A-RDIN. Proprietor. grjgH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. =fr gRf ( ( hkrev pectoral., A THS COM OF nY -UHS. WHOOPING COUGH roun<. CROUP, £ ASTHMA and c»HCHITi>. CONSUMPTION F „ v tij n'RK a rni.n. with I r + A HK \OACHE and soreness ok the \WV* y I Bi'l V. taketha CHERRY PECTORAL )/ * V rti s(■'< 'O bed. and wrap up warm to iwml L -"TTdur.ci th« t«(tht V 5 }'. : a cold and coufn. tnkf* 1t mornin| t -'no-f r and evening, according to directions ts -Itie ar.d 'he difficulty will coon be remold Non'r will lon* 'u-erfrom thisi trouble when they find j,„ ,0 leadily cured. Person* afflicted with a ILi-' ceuf'r « ch breaks them v<f their rest at night, * -nd. bv '.av.r.g the Cherry Pectoral on going to r ~y m ,v } I sure of sound, unbroken sleep, and ,*» jaenlW ':t'resiling rest. Great relief from suffor- • snl a' •:■• mate cure is afforded to thousands who ire'tln.s afflicted, by tht* mvaluabl^-emedy it* re «sble effect «n theseT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. The circulation of the DaU* Dispatch a*- ' JSTcJ&tS* U».« of all U-Tfally papers of Richmond combined- - ' p*t*r4«y Marslai, >Warffc'i*t eS= AN = IM PORT ANT The New York Courier, of SalurJ *J' of rounces the eipected departure < on I a ' the steamer El Paraguay, for Paraguay, a destinat.on * hich from ttn never yet had by any w American or European por . and a any hundred miles. ne»er ye. hfc r» «nv description* Her trips bfc "ween th" two cities will be monthly and regu].r with passengers ; and the Courier says she will be the means of opening a trade that has never yet existed with all the tributaries of the Rio de la Plata, comprising an extent of three hundred thousand square leagues of territory, rich in articles of commercial exchange.— The new steamer is described as two hundred feet long, by twenty-seven broad, having « cylinder of forty-eight feet, with eleven feet stroke. She is to be commanded by Lieutenant Baldwin, o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 March 1853

THE LATEST NEWS u. S. SENATE—SPECIAL SESSION. \VAiWK«To*, March 24,1863. —• The resolution authorising the Committee on Indian Afto detail one member of the committee to take testimony and investigate the charge# arainst Governor Ramsey, late Superintendent of Indian Affairs in Minesota, was taken up. A debate ensued as regards the power of the Pen te to appoint such b committee, and touching the expediency of doing so. The matter was finally postponed, and the Senate «ect into Executive session to confirm appointments. The Senate, yesterday, debated a resolution to a!!o» the Superintendent of the Public Printing and his two clerks and messenger extra compensation; *tid passed it with a proviso, t'.t!.: "hereafter no allowance of a«v sum, be>or.rf "lie tegular compensation, shall be made U) any officer of the Senate." It was stated j th<* course of the discussion, that upwards off 30,000 were voted for extra compensation ji me employees of that body, at the clo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 March 1853

TH> daily dispatch jirTSoNVOFVOUNG SPRING. We . >py below the substance of the teati «on> tfve n by Arthurßpring ~on ofthemurderer of Mrs- sha,r " od Mrs - Lynch 10 P delphia: The Ledger says he told his *tory in an artless manner, and with great minuteness, fully corroborating the different statements of the different witnesses previously examined in reference to circumstances with which he was connected. The whole statement of the bo» bore the impress of truth upon its face; it was "SSS... denes, thj father moved to the western end of so n* to get a better view of hi. son than he had of the other witnesses. The conduct of the father was not .narked by any unasual emotions. . , . Arthur testified «hat he was bom in Philadelphia, was 18 years old; has tnree younger sisters in the asvlum in Washington ; that the dirk knife found under the body of one of the murdered women was given him by a boy in Washington, named James Goodman; that two weeks previo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 March 1853

VOL. 8--NO 138. {A3. A. COW ARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. "AV KKVCHKRRY pkctoral, FOE THE CT7RS OF COUGHS, WHOOPING COUGH COLDS, CROUP. HOARSENESS. ASTHMA an* BRONCHITIS. CONSUMPTION . ,rfv TO (TRE A COLD, WITH I ",*■ s H K.ADACH F. AND SORENESS OF THE jV /I take th « CHERRY PECTORAL J ? -sv Yon coins to bed, and wrap up warm to sweat % J, * during the night- '™. *"*» For a cold and congh, take it morning, &-»- soon, and evening, according to directions ca the !><">" is, and the difficulty will soon be removed, hone w.". .ong suffer from this trouble when they find it r.in be so readily cured Persons afflicted with a ,• .'ed ccmh, wliich breaks them vf tneirrest at night, «c rind, by taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to they may be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, and consequently refreshing rest. Great relief from sutferir.i, and an ultimate cure is afforded to thousands who ar" thus afflicted, by this invaluabl^iemedy Fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. —rw The circulation ot the Datly l>Up»te«i ««- •c£jTcooik3er*bly that of all U>« DaHy papora of Kicfemord oosabtoed- -—-—a RICHMOND . TA.I Mmdsy Wtrslsg, March SIS. 1853. NEW YORK RAILROAD STATISTICS The several railroad companies of - w York are required by law to make an annua report of all their doings to the Strte Engineer, who, in bis turn, is required to make a to the Legislature. As there is no pens. scribed for refusing or neglectmg IP , several companies have decline o yet the returns of such a* thought proper to pay obedience .o the law-twenty-nine in number -present some very interesting facts. One of these bears directly upon the safety of retired traveling, which, a. it is a subject of general interest, we present somewhat in detail. Our authority is the Syracuse Journal. Twentv-nine railroads made reports. On these there were transported, during the year. 7 440 053 passengers, and the whole number of miles they rode was 343,358...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 March 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. JACK STEVENS ARRESTED! VVa learn from the Philadelphia Bulletin ol Saturday, that John H. Stevens, alias Jack *Jtevf>s, was arrested in that city Friday i ght. It will be remembered that Stevens was arrested on the charge of robbing the lJranch Bank of Virginia at Portsmouth, on the 18th January, 1852; and, that he escaped on the 17:h of April last, before his trial came o' . A reward of $500 was offered for his arHe made a violent resistance—drew a revolver, and fired at the first officer w!io appreached him. The officer raised the weapon* tiiid saved his life, but got a wound ir. the hand* Other officers came up, and he was taken but snuggled hard. He was found in t. coiifectionaiy store, at the corner ofChcsnut urn! Nil streets. He was taken to the Mayor's i ifice, w here r. long examination took place, who'll was concluded about 2 o'clock A. M. Saturday morning. He was committed in do ault of $50,000 bail. (Very respectable bail that') The Bulletin sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 March 1853

yinr IATLY DISPATCH Sc . rc , . Cots I!t Evolakd.— Id tha Ho i •« •(Common*, on the t ih in»t«nt, Mr begged to call Ihe attention of th« ri.h. M o «nKman the Chancellor of the Exchequer to the want of a .ufficient .upply S.iWer coin.from which, notwithstanding the made hy the Mint authorit.ee, tiade and commerce w-re auflfenn* rery severely Ho begged to ask the right hon. gentleman whether he could give any hope that that .nconven.ence would be remedied? ~ . The Chancellor of me Eichequer aa.d the fiemand tor gold was so pressing that there wuno chrmw of.heir be ng able to apply th. mint to silv-r coinage. Hal! a million «o*eregns p«r week were row be.ng turned outthat was to sav, about twice aam-ch as was Opposed to be the regular work of the Mint, and mean? were being taken to .ncrease that audplv in "rder ro meet the demands for sovemiens ofsh- diminution of which there was no immediate proapeet. With respect to river, something, he hoped, had been dona to mitigate that demand. D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 March 1853

VOL. B—NO 189 jAS A. COWARDIN. Proprietor, R PLEASANTS. Editor. =-TykRS CHERRY PECTORAL, FOR thx era* OF . j WHOOPING COUGH %LiV-T' CROUP. S r.'-V VKSS. ASTHMA an 1 ■! .iv-i'ms. CONSUMPTION ' — TO crUK A I «Ll>. WITII . i' f . HV\TUt HE AND SORENESS OF THE W■P H)V. take the CHERRY PKCTORAL )f * t on so','.* to bed, and wrap up warm to sweat C j, l "Hrduna* the m«ht , % t , j,-,,.. s told a:-.4 cough. take ft morning, -i» r oor. and evening, according to directions T and the difficulty wilt soon be removed £j : . , ni softer from this trooble when they find - readily curad. Persons afflicted with a y which breaks them vfttowrest at aifbt, ! v taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to 7 v j? iv b ■ sure of aound, unbroken sleep, and ■ • i sVv refreshinnrest. Great relief from suitortils;mate cure is afforded to thousands who « n islsstilMjmnitT °* K ,:-,.,Mb:a ettect in these*****, many find { . <;vf» unwilling to forego its use when theoeeaat , friths*ceased. i ,i-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 March 1853

TttF. DAILY DISPATCH. *>» of Uh> Deli* Dtopateh e*. jgzzsssjt:«.. Wifhmood combined- — — KICHWON P . vA.» T«ewd»T 88. L THE PAN-HANDLE. It was staled some time since, in the Pittsburg papers, that the ciiiiens of Brooke and Hancock designed holding a meetmg to take into consideration the propriety of' for Annexation to Pennsylvania. Ia old time these people, the very extremepornoncfour Commonwealth, took more pr.de m the name of Virginian than any others. Tne treatt. tbev have already received at the °. .he Legislature, and the rod at.ll he.d up over liern, has produced this ahenat.on of .eelmg, and well it might. .... j j Six or seven years a?., W heeling succeeded in getting a foreign corporation through the territory of V.rginia, thereby infi.ct.ng upon Virginia .he most deadly injury .t ever received. About the same time,or probably the grggion after, the people of Broake and Hancock asked the right of way from the Pennsylvania line across the territory of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 March 1853

fHELATEST NEWS. U ashington Items. WAfBiN< !TOK » March 27.—1t i* believed that the N*" Vork and Philadelphia notrina- . ~f will be sent into the Senate to-morrow.— I; '« very doubtful whether Sehell or Law-«..-e will be tendered the collectorship of > f « Vork, but the friends of the farmer to day j.prfrv sanguine. -j'ne Baltimore appointments may not be rftde until after I lie adjournment of the Senis*, but it i*considered certain that Col. I>a- , /will bf mncie collector, ex-Govrnor Thomtc ! eiap otherwise provided for. The rumors me contrary, there i* the best reason for ; .li'evlnp, are without foundation. Ti.i* Philadelphia nominations stand as already sent. C<?*' oj Murder—Fatal Result i Hii-AWF-tPHiA, March 27.—Carson Emawaiting sentence for the murder of .•-pher Sookan, has confessed that the r f - was perpetrated bv his accomplice, Capie. while he was with him, precisely as to i n the trial. iiernard Morris died at the Pennsylvan...

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