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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 4 April 1853

rf DAILY DISPATCH Tbk " 'icidk of Cou i»t Ca wer at a—-"Spec taelea the Pari* correspondent of the New York a*pre»», haa the following about ihe «ui cide of thia count: r u .an last wrek that the auicide of Count rUHUST*" « b * fr °' k ° f ' Wom " n ' a,,d ""l! ■ story of a brain few was all the Mo. ( , en ,j l wag on |jf the first half of ? .«»»,!» for ihe lady in question suffocated EJSrtfc A. <■">" •' »!»•««"' 48 J h "°" f actress named Mar was a yoTinfi. amiable and beautiful woman There was a liaison between the two, woman. H >gnerate lore for her waV with all the favor he desired. J "lousv stepped in, and . piatol chwfed to if- m.,7«1e was the natural result. The ac , e . was lerriblv shocked at the catastrophe, in i the peffonnace was over at mglt.re "ed to her room, lighted threeor four braziers of charcoal, anJ has slept soundly evers.nce. Tirs affair Has excited immense sensation. 4moß< the papers ot Count Camerata were ' found documents and letters revealing h...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 5 April 1853

VOL. B—NO 145 THE DAILY DISPATCH jjLS A. COWARPIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. PLOSION OF THE FARMER, hate the particulars of the blowing up 0 f the steamer Farmer, near Galveston, in the ~ce be *cen that vessel and the steamer Nep { r.e, an cv<,nt "l fea dy briefly announced by telecrspn. It took place on the 23d ult. about U v, clock in the night, about 19 miles from Galvestoi. The steamer was on her route from Houston to Galveston. The explosion „, as a tnost destructive one ; all the fore part of the steamer was blown to pieces. There vu no Ist of passengers, and consequently t ! e nan.es of the missing are not known. It *as be'ieved there were fully forty-five on bur.l. l ! so the entire number who lost their I ves must have been Thirty Six. The Nep tne *^ en l^e explosion took place, end immediately rendered every assist ance in her power. The race between the boats hud been animated and closely contest ed. Ai one time they were locked for some minutes *nd just t...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 5 April 1853

the daily dispatch. Richmond combined- RICHMOND . T*.' T-e-dny Morning. April S THE FLURRY AT SAN JUAN. This is the appropriate heading: giren vie Journal of Commerce to the affair a Juan. The plain history of that .fliir-thow- J ng the real motive of the author...** of San J jan, alia* Greytown—is just this. en agent of the Vanderbilt line of steamera ap ;edto those authorities for a site on which f. build a depot, they refused one on the same S ide of the nverwith ,he town ; but granted one on the opposite side called Pent Atenas _a « P it of sand, which forms one side of the harbor There the company, thus excluded from die town, built their depot and wharf; end finding deeper water than was on the town side, and possibly from their experience, pre ferring that their passengers and crew should be detached from the town, there they were desirous of remaining. But the Juans, in course of time, finding that their pickings from the passengers and the company's crew and men, were not s...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 5 April 1853

the latest news. Washington Items. >Va»hi!*«to». April 3d.—ln the Gardiner caFf vesterdav, the day wan principally o«»cu r:fjj in argument upon admitting the testimo ny of Ptiftrifige respecting the genuineness of -.he signatures upon the mining title and «<•• corn panting depositions. The evidence was xuostl v ruled out. Coin. Stenhen Rowan, U. S. N., testified to v b t;:ic *een I>r. Gardiner in May or June n this part of Mnzatlan, on the Pacific.— Hp made hi* acquaintance and frequently rode 0 , ; ; wit i him. He understood from Gardiner sria; .:e was exploring th<* country in search oVmines. He identified the defendant as the person he then saw. The court then ad journed. Li-... j; if j-aiil that the following appointments t, r \ -* Orleans hate been decided upon: Col lector. Mattt.sel Whitej Naval Officer, M. .Ma. r.cnv; Strvejor. I'hos. E. Porter; Postinatter, T. L. Carnin:; District Attorney, W. Robert* son. Marshal, Dr. Hereford- Xh follow ing appointments of mail...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 5 April 1853

T] 4 DAILY DISPATCH STRESSES AT THE ALTAR. U/.ißucE or Mtaa ScsiK Deimk.—We finu (he following notice ol ihe recent roar riue of Mr. Fletcher Woodward, ol s ? rac "?f ' to Mim Susan Denin, in the Buffalo Republ c of tbe 29th alt. The-guardian « I,uded c ° d "Jack Winans," a very rood comic actor, a atep-father of Susan and Kate D<mm. j _ # Deen frequently intimated ,ha 'and very atrict guardianship o»er hm ®* , £ il|jre 0 f talented step-daughters, aid «« Wood- W iaa Susan to rece.ve the run]or . 1 j ward gives a .troBR coloring; w I* . appears the courtship, so ()|e haß never concerned, was very bri . , eice || e nt cha theless married a «' n(l^ gjljun , and the young racter and amiable d '*t gf hog(8 0 f f r j en dß couple hove the best j ut ure prosperity in this community, for tneir and happiness : 0 f an exciting affair Our city T* _eo e r«* outlines of which we consider of sufficient public interest to give in Susan Danin. the bandit me and clever " ! .rtress, yesterday bec...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 April 1853

VOL. 8--NO 146. T HE DAILY DISPATCH a. COVSTAHDIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. -FIRI 1 OF THE PRESS YVsvislay'a Tinet publishes the speeches Messrs. Docglab, Sha«kl»:kord and Am slvr. m the heiiate.cn the Congiessionnl Dis »-ict A; portionment bill. These gentlemen leiotij :>■ thftt fraction of the Democratic party calleJ "i ie few" by the Enquirer, who op pjs ej »;h uncompromising hostility, the bill frjn: House of Delegates. The Timet 6 %\-> pretty fully explain their position. Tre Hah' says the people have not re s-nndi'J. ;o Hi'* "edict of the Democratic Legis lative cs.irus calling District Conventions to party hacks'' as candidates for Com ir.'s'io: ers of the Board of Public Works, and from pr' -ent appearance, it thinks they have r.3 intention of doing so. "The common sense ef the community," it says,"revolts at the idea of converting the improvements of the State ia!o political machines." The Whig notices the severe article of the Enqiirrr upon'hose Democra...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 April 1853

THE T)AILY DISPATCH. Th« circulation of the Dally Dispatch ex- JSTJ&rSS that of all Dally paper. oi Richmond combined. . - rich WO N p « ▼a.' WHandar .Haralag. April 0, 1833. THElutfoir or the committee om oas The report of the Committee on Gaa was printed last week, and has been—or all >'« ei * •eniial parte at leaat—laid before our rea era. The private consumers of gas had looke or ward to that report with much anxietj.an with considerable hope that aome '"*** ' h..» f « w been made by the Committee. | - been that comm.-tee very quietly condition _, h at the works are m a flo-r..W g 937 consumers were payine _ » over eight per cent, on the coat of the works i e they paid for all they consumed, for all thejmblic lamp, consumed, all the current ex nenaea of the works, and eight per cent, be iides oo the entire cost of the works ! This result 'the committee very much admire; but it does*not appear to hare entered their heads toat it was a very hard case that those 937 pri vate...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 April 1853

NEWS. es===== l"HE UAUDISER TRIAL. In (hit trial, on Monday, E. L Keeseete«ti« * 0 Ravine served a notice on Dr. Garriiaer , ,he Administration wert! to send an '"'nt to Mexico to find out the locality of his ~«• ,hat h# inarmed him that if he '1A send an agent to point them out, the *' vfrnraent would pay hia expenses. The , ,-tor declined the proportion, saying that i" understood the Comraiae toner* had pre .'j T expressed the o( imon that the mine sVfiaud. Augustin De Agtiillar, a Mexi is«\er, judge, «fcc., residing at San Louis j "sestiiied to She signatures of Delo* K^ves'Guwnan and Fernandet, upon tiardi mining title, were forgeries. He also IL'tied a copv ot the mining laws of Mexi ,u gn4 jgve a variety ef information relative , f Isws and Ufajes of that country. , er t atal Accident on ike Pennsylvania Central Railroad. Pittsburg, April 4.—Another accident oc ■"fi on the Pennsylvania railroad to day at !7' fn* s i'rg- A Mr. Rodebaugh was standing ,i„ r oad when the locomotiv...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 April 1853

the daily dispatch FOREIGN ITEMS. 7 e Disput'*Zbet*e*n the Greek and Latin Christian* at Jerusalem. Th- manner in which the Turkish Coramia • lias thought proper te terminate the dtf frwnce*7t Jerusalem has displeased all par ' . Oo the top of the grotto of Bethlehem l L Jr.V.lwa» s existed a silver star, indica ,her<! f ih«% exact spot of Holy Nativity; but iome°»ear. a e o this star had ing» quarrel which took P 1 *' ,„a „„„1... wS has determ.ued on rep acmg at fir,, -- -; : ~r r e )or , ihp hack af) fortunately, the which the Greeks and ' Tt"«rKn , C.«ho?cs, who possessed clptl d'Jor, and permission to construct m the church a separate altar and a vestry room— The c";nmis»ioner gave them the key of one „>ine tJiree front doors of the church, and per ini«».c:) to build a vestry in the outer court, ii > tempted also to reguUte the hours of the r*«peetive services; but »n this he tailed, as each of the different communions insisted on beir.g first, and the (ireek Patriarch,...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 April 1853

VOL. 3--NO. 147. rmTuAILY DISPATCH "Ta- A- JOWAHOIN, .Proprietor, OTJCJH H PLEASANTS. Editor. = ~~" SPTkM' OF THE PRESS. \ ,\iterday' s Enquirer declares that it has ~ 1 10 ti.st evidence of dissatisfaction with V, uise Cortgiessional Apportionment Bill l •. ~u . Democratic presa or party in the r-i\. The Enquirer complains of the H Jot put'lishing an article from the Lcn -7 imcs assailing President Pierce. , "us has a leader on Virginia Rail which deplores the irregularities and im of the mode in which the system was | snd fiiis t'een prosecuted. It regrets • it \ iijiuis had not looked to the West in jwinning, and, li^ e Georgia, fixed on some -li,.ie to be completed before others were t ll gives to Georgia the credit ofbeing t" foremost Southern State in internal im j-rovements. [Even now that Virginia has be run to look Weslwardly, she establishes Vjtlbessier* lines to tap her Western thai w;!l he built even before those Western iines ire finished !] T:;« 31,u/ has an article hi...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ot the Daily Dispatch ex jarjas&f— ° f ■" Richmond combined- iuoHMON »» *•' TfcT»day Jlonlsn " ~ DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND. The name of Sutherland has become quite famous for having been enlisted in t " tjde of Uncle Tom's proselytes. If any body wmts to see how the Scthkk"«> table *ym ma ikies contrast with .he vkiie o« The same source, let him read tne art.cle we ... »ivine a history ofhow publish this morning, giving ■ « fhe immense landed estates of .he butherland Dukedom were disenthralled of mankind and given wholly "P » Wool seems to be a predominating affinity of the fani.ly.- The Sutherland estates are transferred from hun-an laborers to sheep-and the sympathies mf the pent e Duchess of Sutherland, which cannot be moved by the straight auburn hair, blue eyes and fair skin of her "ain clansmen," e.-e made to overflow in streams of pity for the sable skinned, curly headed Africans in this country! (ireelv, who knows no ditFerenee ofskinorhair, and sheds...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 April 1853

the latest news TKKIVAI OF THE STEAMER ARCTIC. HUR PAYS LATF.R FROM EUROPE. Keceptio* of Mrs. St our in England—Ex ii/itentin France on the Turkish (Just Threatening* of tiussia—Cotton _lireadstufff Firm—Provision* De clining, S't- w Vpkk, April i:h.—The steamer Arctic r nv, d here this evening at o'clock. She * I passengers and Liverpool dates of 4<- 23d oil. The Arabia arrived out at OJ Vlook on the mornine of the 21st. The West India mail steamer Parana had arrived at {■Southampton, but her ne» = had been anticipa ted. England. The Easter holidays have interfered with Vsrham-ntary lu>mess, neither House being Mr. F.w art, M. P.. publishes a letter from Pticos, French .Minister ol Marine, proving ■ France en:enai.is lite most pacific senti ment* towards England. The I'iince ot Wales* Tower in Windsor ("ssue had been burned from overheated flues. Ten or twelve apartments were gutted, and I.: ge will amount to £20,000. The Duchess of Suiherland and forty ether ii«s had met at ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 April 1853

the daily dispatch THE DUCHESS OF SUTHERLAND. The name of the Duchess of Sutherland headed the late appeal of the Women of Eng land to the Women of America, on the subject of slavery, and «o her belongs the credit of havmc put on foot this notable scheme oj fe male filibustering. A London correspondent of the New York Tribune, who is » iraß «» an Abolitionist, gives some of the no >le lady « antetedents, which show what claim sne has to the title of philanthropist. After remarking that the history of the Sutherland family is the history ol the ruin and spoliation ot the Scotch Ga-lic population, and considerable leneth the nature of the tenure by winch the clans held the soil, the writer B °l*wason" y aVter ISH that the ultimate and real usurpation was enacted, the forcible trans formation ol clan properly into he prxtaU property, in the modem sense oj U,e thu-/.- The pe son who stood at the head of this economical revolution was a female Mehem.t Ali wno had well digested her Mal...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 8 April 1853

VOL. B—NO. 148 XH EI 'MI 'Y DISPATCH A- 'JOWARDIN. Proprietor. HUOH R. PLEASANTS. Editor^ BPIRI I' OF THE PRESS 7-e W'-:e of yesterday considers the anti- party of the Senate as having made R <-rand back out—and joined in adopting a h ,i. which with some modifications,makes the (ti-rrvmander still more iniquitous. It is now t-» !a», it sm if a bill which stifles the voice of nearly hall tne people of the State, and is is direct violation of the Constitution, can be considered law. In answer to the complaint .• Ei-i|uirer at its publishing an article from the London Times, the Whig says it en deavor? to copy as many of the leading arti c et frotn the Times as it can, because it con j'dcrs lint paper the ablest in the world, and -o! because it means to endorse every thing Times savs. The Whig then asks the f- quirer why that paper publishes the same piece from the Times ? The 'J'ir.cs. remarking upon the explicit i ess and candor claimed for General Pierce's l-iaj'ural, suggests it...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 8 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ra» Th« circulation of the Ditpeteh en .is considerably th.t of 41 U» Daily paper* o« Richmond combined- ki«!H no n p . va.« Friday IWraing. April 1833. WHAT GOLD IS COMING TO. The North American Revu^hMsn^elaborate^arti^ re^ofo^»«yp^ to assume that the fauna*! •"('J' 7 ml i)-.on« of dol meUls will not fall below ». hn o t>. century r/^Jirorci'Xr,',.«« third its present value. Don't believe a word o< it. Si ver a« bejn produced, nor is it now produced, .n quantity comme„.uratc with .he ,ncre..,o ß demand* for it; and unles* some aston.sh.ng discoveries of silver mine* o unprecedented richness take place, i« is not likely to be. That C old has multiplied for (hrce years past in a manner -hat has exceeded all expectation, .■ true ; but it is rot certain that the rate of sup plv of these few years will be continued for many vears. Indeed, we have reason to ap prehend that it will not. When the surface and pocket mining is exhausted, as it will be rapidly in th...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 8 April 1853

the latest news. ""nmrUKH DETAILS BY THE ARCTIC. The complicated state «f affairs between Turkey and her neighbors begins to assume farming aspect. Fart of this agitation is doubtless got up by opi culators, hut enough ' ffl# ,n« to chow that there is more than pro i. U liiv of a storm breaking out in that quar -r, The matter is referred to at length un ,Vtr ihe caption "Turkey." ENGLAND. The reduction in the value of money in f ngland begins to tell upon most classes of ~ community. During the pe*t few days gir.kes for increase of wages have been made ,v workmen of nearly every description in Liverpool. j (1 y Franklin's steamer Isabel would "nil 4( . ir ;g the week for Behr.ng's Straits. Mr. Kennedy takes command of the steamship. GrW adulterations have been detected in of the imports of Australian gold. The four seconds nnd surviving principal in late duel at Egham, near London, have ; ofn found euil.y of manslaughter, io killing Frederick C< irvet, and are sentenced to two c-...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 8 April 1853

fHEJUILyDi^TCH 10 cm old W«teraand BaU. ej to 8| S'iSttST' 1 " "liW, i. «r reSJSiSSS'"' per lb.; !rc»h Roll 23> , Go» _ w ,th ainall re- BEESWAX— 22 a2d cM per «>• Mint*, no change. nll YARNS.—The trade COTTON ASO COTTON V ARN^ t . ong (jj In Cotton here to lOrtii. Cotton V am" le «« p L yri> 10 j t0 COF c B B_oid JavaJ U »> V cU f M / nilla n , ICt a-o !'» 1® "jtl. ,J. J, 13; Hull's patent 14: « '''"''r'V 34 Adamantine 25 a 31. Jackson's mto 121 cents on board for good mix W concents tor blacksmith's '"porn— fiO to 82i cents—duß. rnKS MEAL—7O to 75 cents per bushel. sal" ut Richmond superfine at $4 75aV«7-he!d generally at *5. Receipts small, "FLAXSEED—In demand at 81 25 per bushel. FF a i'HERS—Live geese 40 a 42 cts. No. 1 Mackerel $l2£to 13; No. 2 $11 to lli.Y. I small #74 to 7J-nominal, noue here; No 4. tune here. Clipped N. C. Hernngs $6 75 to 7—nominal, none here: J amily Roe el to 4 -o, mi halt ' '.Is ; Gross, So 2a to 5 oO tor Nor.h Ca rolina: Halifax No. 1 Clipp...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 9 April 1853

VOL. 3-NO, 141* , \ii.v pisi'.vroH 2=2= ~~cJVVARDIN, Proprietor. R PLEASANTS, Edttor._ ,'v ~ I'IUWS I!" THV. Cabinkt.—A ~Cd a,eil w » Bhin ß ,on » Apn t( a rumor of*contemplated change <1 inr " • Mr. Dobbio, it i« B «'d' •• t0 ' v V place, and Mr. Cush.ng is ,#kf ' Mr. bobbin's, or go abroad. These ru ( generally manufactured by the pa r at times when there is little r * ;l ' v . R news loving public. We do :n as reliable. 'Rumor making,' "is a regular busi. W>! " , ic-ton." Yes, and a very tnise r «- a*. » a »- * , k „ ..J ; too. l! those who get up "aWut'otlera, should have the truth [-~r-elves, there would be "the devi'wpa.v.'- Well there would. Th> Ak.-a.s at the University.—The t - JeftVrsonian says thaton Tues ar.l Wednesday last an examination was bad bv a railed Court into the shooting ot Mr. George K. i urpin by Mr. John S. Mosby, v..rtTthe latter was re committed to jail to a(ka , t hi# irk; before the Superior Court in May j. j : Counsel for the accused, E. R.Wat...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 9 April 1853

the daily dispatch. circulation 1 the that of all D *"T ol Hichmood combined- BK'HJIOUD . V A.i PHta'day »«"»*»>• Apr' l 1533, L oPiKirlSTmi'RKSs. Yesterday's »'*««• gives a brief review of a leiter written and published by K. K. Mewta, Z his constituents, declining a re-elect,on o Congress. It says that the letter refers with satisfaction to his opposition to the compro m «e measures—congratulates Ins consti u on the progress offreetrade-expres.es the opinion that the apprehension once enter wined from the extension of our territory is ground lest—declares that the Democracy are no. a unit upon the great iue.li on of internal improvement —and suggests that the constitu tion shall be so amended as to authorise the improvement rf the Mississippi river and its tributaries. The » kig is * Iso ba Pry 10 ,nform 1,8 read era that the prospects of an adjournment of the Legislature are very encouraging, and that on Monday they can adjourn sine die-\( they choose. The Time* fiercely attac...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 9 April 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. LATER FROM FORMA. ~ c f the Steamer Tennessee—f fearers • " tfurnt —Steamer Independence Mis tng-Market*, Sfc. OrUEan*. April 6th.—By wav of Vera v '.„ »ehnve intelligence from San Franc sco J p [6,h oi March, being 15 days later than . -fric'Js dates. I'ljp „teamer Tennessee lias been wrecked „' io«r, though her mails, passengers to the f ,j, Pr ot tiOO, and expresses, were all saved, "rsr ashore near San Francisco, in a fog, r2th ult. j-y t, « 'i of Meaversville. in Trinity county, ,fn entirely destroyed bv lire. The loss V : d*« about $100,000. ti , fi'.xiety was telt at San Francisco for V .;v 't the Vanderoilt steamer Indepen (thing had been heard from tier, P l she was 30 davs behind her time. She ,*rge number ot" passengers ou board.— iH.pr >»a Bird has gone in search of . -h ' «t» have connected with the x : j l.'ght Ircsn Npw \ ork. and sailed on ot January. She was last seen on . K'iii February off Cape L teas and hopes trrtuined that she put in at some...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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