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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 21 April 1853

THE DAILY IDISPATCH THK HERMITAGB m T boliow, ancient trunk, 1 »eu; me tVom the wor'd away To lire as tires a hermit monk. Mr eo" —a ghostly sreamore. The roots and limbs were dead f* • I>eeay bad carved the gothic door Which looked into my hermitage. ,r^h^rU 7 ."tb W -t-e. were God.. The vine that at my doorway swung. Hsd verse, wul on every l£l. The. very songs the brigh In hcaey sinning visits bri Nol brW _,hough v t"tr ao»«; while ihey borrowed still they leat. a 'M.r th« woodland minstrels sang; Wi feet were ia the leave, astir; And ottec e'er mv doorway rang The tap of a blue-winged visitor. Afar the stately river swayed. And poured itsalf in giant swelts, While be-ethe brooklet danced and p.ayea, Ana gsyiy wrung its liquid bells. The springs gave me their crystal liaod, And my contentment made it wine, And ott 1 I«und what kindly tood urew ex the wo.-ld-f-rgotten vine. The moss, or wred.or running fliwer, Tootuxb e in their hope to climb, Kadiu themstlvta the lovely power ...

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. — 22 April 1853

VOU3-NOI6O. .ffTTuILY DISPATCH V COWARDIN. Proprietor, ffr ja R. Editor^ ontntnptlon t'ured.— r K P remedy now in use for the I , r ' l . , (•..nnimptioa, Bronchitis, Asthma, c ' j -hirst. diseases of the Liver and v„1 -vMw, Dyspepsia, tcc , pre- S • ~ * hr Morris. 343 Baltimore street, „-p.i ny "• i «.os n ' aryof the above diseases, * ' r * '' , ,t tae efficacy of the Cedar Tar, are * j.- calion the Agent, who will produce menials ot its j.reat healing power citizens, and a cumber of the medical r , ? T-» medidne is yet m its infancy, and is i* - ' {( .', ; . r „,rcede ail others in the care of dis i • , t ttissmommsML <■»* '' . k .,. t psmphlets containing certificates, ry*V v(■ eof counterfeits. The genuine art ***'''-■ UuiiTON REACH,9I Main street, 1 Sole Ajent for Richmond,and I steneral Awentfor Eastern Virginia! •nil il STKANUKK THAN FIC -1 r,yji _Th" remarkable cures that have been Mrs. Onw*' Cpugii Ktixir have ! ;► iVm-otr.n# a popularity almost unparal "'j-!-,. ,-.-ide...

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. — 22 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. CP* The circulation of the Dally Dispatch ex «mTi considerably that of all tbe Dally pepara ot Btchwond combined. i_, RICHMOND . TA.» Friday Marning, April it'*, ISS3* __ The Weekly Dltpatck, For Friday, April 324, it now ready and for ssle.s thia office. It contains a large and Interesting: va riety af editorial*, full report* of important c m nal trial*, apirit of the pTe*a, foreign sad new*, the latest intelligence, correspondence. * tion*, poetry, miscellany, item*, f:c - rc ® . , , «i rw.r sDßum, in advance* cent* per single copy—•' P er ty When Sakta Awsa returned, for the third time, fro n exile, and placed h.a foot on Mexican he found hunself once more upon hia own dung bill, he flapped his wings and crowed most gallantly ! He be tiayed all the marks of self satisfaction thet distinguish the bird he so much resembles, and whose combats in the pit he haa exhibited auch a fondness for. Hi« vanity and self-im portance stood oat in bold relief in all his move...

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. — 22 April 1853

the latest news. FOREIGN NEWS. further intelligence by the ARABIA. The Arabia hae undergone repair* in her wheeia and other machinery, *h'ch greatly adds to her speed and sailing qualities. .he brings 110 passengers and a valuable cargo ol The steamers Hermann and Glasgow had ar rived out safely, THE TURKISH «Jt'ESTION. _ The difficulties in Turkey are in a fair way of beinc speedily «n.l amicably adjusted. The Russian army has been ordered to de part from the Turkish frontier, thus doing awsv with the great source <>l apprehension te the Sultan. The aspect of uflairs generally throughout Turkey, Austria aud Hungary, is decided v more pacific, and if is believed that all the disputes, so tuucH talked of, will be peacefully mijusted. FRANCE. Tiieie is no open opposition to the action rf the government with regard to lh>* Turkish governments, and no movements of importance mentioned, Mr. Monlalembart has written a letter of a satvrical character on the corps legislative in wh...

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. — 22 April 1853

THE DAILY IDISPATCH Twi A> pair or San Jpan.—The Washing-1 ton com spondentof the New York Journal of Caaime tee, under date April 18th, h;i -. The Cabinet hare had some ditcuaaion late ly ia regard to the Nicaragua and San Juan manerr, and, ti I have reaaon to believe, have come to no determination aa to their policy on those subjects. There is no doubt that they will suffer the matter to rent for a while, and that th»»T intend to move very cautiously.— The minister to Central America wilt not be appointed at ptesent, nor until the policy of the adramistia'. on on the subject shall be settled. There is, probsblv, much speculation as to the disposition of Greytovn or San Juan de Nicaragua. The British Government propose to make it a free port, its independence to be euaranteed hv the U.S. and Great Britain.— The proposition of Mr. Everett is on the other hand, to include the port and town of San Joan within the juri diet on and sovereignty of Ni caragua. I'he American Nicaragua "...

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. — 23 April 1853

VOL. B—NO 161 7~TtTI)AILY DISPATCH JA3 a. COWARDIN, Proprietor. g-ggH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. koute and low fake, r SKTWXXN WINCHESTER AND RICHMOND, BT i; o i donnvlllc nnd Nfir Mnrkot. V 'ilfY On and after TUESDAY, the JY>^ inst, our line of Stages will 'IV? 1 • i™.TiUe for New Market, in county of li.-os i*>Ah, on Tuesday*. Tkumdays and on the arriral of the Western train r. si 3 o'clock PM. Stay all night at Madi ' £a, ;,.»ve next morning after an early break fast aaii jet to New Market in time to take the e-*mna pti.-e, on the Valley road, for Winchester. L ,.*re N-w Market on the same day*, Tuesdays, rhorsda * and fntnrdnys. On the arrival of as Ma:i Stage, on the Valley road, from Winchea ier.*th*!t past 12 o'clock A M, arrive at Gordona v .' :a t.me for the Cars going to Richmond, there b-,'ui.".g the travel through la 24 boar* from \\ oa-tier to Richmond. Fare from Richmond t j "&ad K"m New Market. Sti, through ticket; and from S * Market to and from Winchester, $050...

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. — 23 April 1853

THE B*ILY DISPATCH. JTeoMStt S XPMSfSK JUctuDocd cooMBW- gICHMONB.TA.I BaWilsT W*rsts|) Ayrll 81, 1833. "" Th . important Girard will caae was decided the «J. S. District Court at Philadelphia Mondsv. The decision wa* adverse to the _ ; tv of Philadelphia, and in favor of the heirs of the lata Stephen Girard. The Buletm states that this decision involves ele»sn l«rge coal trscts in the county of Schuylkill, the *e!ue of which is set down at over one million cf dollars. We are glad of this. There have been sev eral cases, indecent years, of millionaires leav ing their property to cities and literary and religious institutions— while the ties ol rela tionship to poor persons, whose condition in life would have bsen greatly improved by a moderate legacy, were utterly disregarded !— Those millionaires, it would seem, had amass ed fortunes by a miserable parsimoniousness, and the 'exceeding jealousy with which they regarded their gains, and their predominating fear that some man or woman...

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. — 23 April 1853

the latest news. The Gardiner Case. April 21»t.—In the Gardiner t today, Jtfdff«* Acquilar and Setter Hui f*»ere reexamined in regard to a conversa vibcut compensation as wit- Col. Bf'ton testified to having gone up the in the steamer Vixen 110 miles, r the Mexican war, in pursuit of guns 1 n lured bv the Meiicans. He sent bosts up further and understood the river was "; T ~ g b!e tor flat boats ;» miles beyond. He earned from the natives that there was a «caM Tula, ihrough which steam ma- T ! "erv n*i! formerly been carried nearly up to ' T-f,j defence then ofi'ered to prove by the sub ion« and post marks on letters, that the w'daal whom the witnesses for the United testified to having seen in Mazatlan and Ver t " Cruz, and elsewhere, was not George K gr ,iiner, but John Charles Gardiner.— ne evidence, however, was ruled out. Change-.« in (he Reccnue Serticc, SfC. \Vashin<*Tok, April 21.—The following of ce;# »-re discharged from the Revenue Ser ;ce on the 14th inst : Captairs—E...

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. — 23 April 1853

THE TtATLY DISPATCH mcrdkr.—On last Sundayava- Morrow, a blacksmith, ramding ?'*£• ?,! iSm the Hme under the in- IfulmMof&r, ordered his .00, Harvey Mor rowTyoa h .bout seventeen jnin of •(*, to his hou«. The wo not goiog out im ciediate'y, tb« '-ther aei«d a gun, pushed his eon out at the door, and instantly fired at h.m. the whole charge entering his forehead, taking off the entire upper part of his head, scattering hi* brains in a most horrib e min ter. The murderer was tsken. »\r.d alter un dergoing a legal examination on Monday, was brought and lodged in the county jai i to ft * a ' l further trial. Morrow is a man of fifty yeara of age, and has a wife and several children.— This is a warning voice to those addicted to that moat damnable habit—drunkenness. e learn he has, for many years, been so besott ed, that he merits the name of a brute rather than that of a man. —HopkiMVtlle, Ky., A gus The excavations of Nimroud have been re opened and a tine bas-relief found, represe...

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. — 25 April 1853

VOL. B—NO 162 'ITJk DAILY DISPATCH JA3 A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUOH R. PLEASANTS, "Va*T lUUTS AM) LOW FAKE, WINCHESTKK AND RICHMOND, BT liordonnvllle and Nrvr .llarltrt. _. .. .**« On and after TUESDAY, the 19th insL our line of Stages will - nTTiile for New Market, ill county of £,-en»n<Wh. on Tiieedaya, Thursday* and on the arrival of the Western train cl C*r». at 2 o'clock P M Stay all night at Madi < t m C H, leave nest morning after an early break fsst, and get to New Market in time to take the fT-iimf rtr.ge, on the Valley road, for Winchester. N. w Market on the tame day*. Tuesdays, Thursday and Saiurdnys. On the arrival of lie Maa Stsf«, on the Valley road, from Winches ter at halt past la o'clock A M, arrive at Gordon*- vi> .a time tor the Cars going to Richmond, there by tai .i the travel through in 44 hour* from Wmch-'ter to Richmond. Fare f rom Richmond to aa.i fri in New Market, S6, through ticket; and frcm S w Market to and from Winchester, $2 50, C) «. :ni 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. — 25 April 1853

THE nAILY DISPATCH- 3ESS»?SM«S?S Biebmood combined- gICHMOWP « yA.i n0m 4ny April »3> l»g3« =f^7r^r' f '°™ Leader, one of the best of English weekly journal., a .tory which ,B *° ry 0 perusal. It is not all a story. It » » feature of the results o< English .oc.e.y. Aun, Harriet ha. never been enabled to rake »P any thing in the South that can at all com pare with such,excessive distress and misery as K »« •« •» overdrawn, brings before us. In the sequel to her book, a rev.ew of wbicb, in the Tribune, has been lor some days before us, she has attempted to substantiate the justice of her "Uncle Tom" by the display o' what she calls facts ; but there are some of tbem that sr. grossly distorted, and others ut icrlf untrue and unfounded while toe aminer shews that one case, located by her in Charleston,navar happened there at all,but took place in Pennsylvania! Yet, admitting that all she says were true, it would fall short of the misery, the awful consequences of illicit intercour...

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. — 25 April 1853

the latest news. e.nas-gold discoveries. The Sew Otlesns Picayune of the 18th has fj-iher intelligence from Texas—from Galves ton t« llie The Attorney General was vigorously car ding out , * ie ne * State ' aw against illegal ( unking, and had instituted five suits in Gal* , e? ton county againat persons issuing notes for circulation. Mr. E- I>ixoN. one of the persons injured board the steamer Farmer, was dead. There were inteiesting accounts of gold „*«<•« isi Hamilton's Vallev above Austin.— inin* ® Humor? were rite of large quantities of gold , f r£ found in Western Texas. Great excite ,,(.ni»Bs said to prevail at Austin, San Anto- Seeuin. Gonzales and other places, con cerning mines on ,lie Upper Colorado. Ilumil. t n atii * other localities, which are some them, represented to be equal to any in California. Law ok Colored Seamen.—An important ;e was decided iu Charleston, Thursday, w : R(ubm Roberts vs. Jeremiah D. Yates, of Charleston district. It was an ac • •; tor dama...

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. — 25 April 1853

the DAILY DISPATC H J! T t»«i« —-X gentleman recently , aol - D li""bnn>s» in'orm.tk* that thet* f ro ,i the nd,rs ( * UCC rM in digsmg *old is It.'l* Th rt aM evidently aunfe in that q" ,rWr ' h -jgjj ( or a day'« labor •» rou« <1«po«n». . w^rkjn|t ,he proceed* of • too small '«> J u * worth more than half a day'« work, p«Tele. -re .mail, dollar on an average. I P j b^en , n d mini, from ev.ry The washed from • and ,iber mineral*. in iilj® r » • known for some (he Colorado bills, has been (Jjeeo yeai a The "P«« mpn Vf„ "of iwabundance, of a character lo create hi J true a nura or to attracl much m<in ths in pur ber ,f citizen, ® j|h what .uc auit of those mineral r ; n in f orme d. The cesa the public have o( Bonjp probability offindung favored than any bf , he lnrße other, that , ur( . metal which ha»e specimens of almost P , oca|i|i „ g been exhibit"e «,iih are known to but ZlZ'lTs£ °r,**'J American, March Mth. . „ ~r h anee paper states that about nine r,en«' Hait.of...

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. — 26 April 1853

VOL. 3—NO Trl E DA IL Y DISPATCH J A3. A. CO WARPIN, Proprietor. HUOH R. PLEASANTS, Editor.^ K\"»T ROUTE AND LOW FARK, fktwkkx V\INCHESTER AND RICHMOND, BT j;orrioni»TlUo and New Mnrkct. *v v,n * n( * TUESOAY. the a 19th inst, our line of Stages wit! uiu'i"»vlile for New Market in county of Sser 'ndoaii, on TueMlays, Thnr*day» and jiamrdays, on the arrival ot the Western train c, (•»[•» *t 2 o'clock PM. Stay all night at Madi «on (" H, ieave next morning after an early break fast. and get to New Market in time to take the #ren;rk- Mage, on the Valley road, for Winchester, i „v. New Market on the sameday*. Tuesday m, » and >>niurdaya. On the arrival of tis<> Mh . Stage, on the Valley road, from Winches ter sib*- past la o'clock A M, arrive at Gordon*- t;,l a t:me for the l'ar» going to Richmond, there by :sk;ng the travel through in 24 boura from Winchester to Richmond. Fare trom Richmond to and trom New Market, §6, through ticket; and frm N w Market to and from Wincheate...

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. — 26 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Richmond combined. .—■—=s " RICHMOND . VA." Tae«<tar Morning, April j|6. AMERICAN AUI The London Times, in an artic e f e the copy-right treaty, dwells ™ rica „ upon the injustice done to traces to by the present svsiem of P ,r^ to( or j g inal its long continuance tie■ 4m( , r ican Lit- Ihought which is „ >g ,and it ad eratsre. Our best *'' j,,gh excellence, mils ihat we have - ](>r 0 ,- English than o' wear the app" r « oc " g To account lor this re* ] American produ^ l ' 0 (I)at some ,hi n g more semblance, " ua g e in necessary. The than iJen, "/, h , a ee of Elizabeth is altogether the literature of Queen ! Vu-or and vet the language is the same - both Kay, the literature of George the Third's'rei{ n and that of the Regency, are alto ceilier distinct from the literature of the pres ent dav It cannot be said that the resem blance ari.es fiom similarity of position, for nothing can be more dissimilar than the man- B ers, custom#, ideas, and general to...

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. — 26 April 1853

ADDITIONAL CALIFORNIA NEWS y . , r Particular* of the Burning of the Steamer Independence. ttosmcr Independence was lost on the ]~ n! February, having been run ashore on shrhis of Margaretta Island. There were s-srnsers on board at the time, all of * ,-n leaped into the sea, and of whom 160 v-i were '° a t in their etlorta to swim ashore. Msrgaretta Island is upon the «oast ol Low er Cah'ornia. 4 t( «i .lining, »'ie Independence barked off", t -i, . idirrgß feet water M the hold. Captain •»„ -,ia ordered the Pilot to run her on the bs, tf-iee hundred yards from the main There the ship took fiie from the in* lr n<e heat ot the turnace, and the flames s : nd ne rapidly, created the most frightful . rnation a long the pMMßfera. A heavy il>ft running at the time, and ull the boats were s»a;uped in trying to gel ashore. To add ; i- e horrors ol the scene, the fire reached ;h-** powder magazine, which exploded with rernfi orce, shattering the stern of the steam er into fragments, an...

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. — 26 April 1853

THE DAILY-DISPATCH another bourbon in THE HLU . A Montgomery, Ala., paper lately affirm™ tSat Bocshs, the harpist and composer (w ° Bourbon features,) was the «o» 0 Ei.lite, Duke of Orleans, and, consequentlj, half brother to Louis Phillippe. Being •* " if the report wag true, our witty n,U ". < [ ( '[ p ' who seldom loses the opportunity of « J" answered seriously: B0(} , ren •it may be-indeed I , bUe life; stranger things during neR ,i < will uot but 1 sincerely hope tha , n je.»nr to act too hastily in the m ' ofern ni-iit of the overthrow, for my s ' reJ p<lron , Napoleon nephew of"'> h 8 ro decline the honor —wearing * ? , ' | ie j the interrogator. .u°*» Mv dear sir,' sa ; d Bocsha, drawing .. H i7„n to Ilis f" 11 ft,,d brea,,lh ' '• himself up Harp. anJ am recognised as f™ primate heir to King David. My Got ' ti based on harmony and concord; 11 policy * ™ keep my instrument well In tune and i.lease indiscriminately, Whigs and Democrat-; my ministers, at home and a...

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. — 27 April 1853

'vol. 8--N0 164 7'7in>AlLY DISPATCH , A coWARDIN, Proprietor. Hro s R PLEASANTS. Editor. S wtir KOITK AND LOW tAKk, BETWEEN WINCHESTER ANI) RICHMOND, BT i'nri'.ooitTlUp nnd Now MnrUct. .-« * on and after TUESDAY, the « 19th inst, our line of Stages will ™.le lor New Market, in county of ! -.h. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and lon the arrival of the Western train * »t 2 o'clock P M Stay all night at Marti .-"h , *vo next morning after an early break s " to New Market in time to take tbe Vr Maj". on the Valley road, for Winchester. V w Market on the same days, Tuesdays, T<. u r«ila » and Saturdays. On the arrival ot . >!„ on 'he Valley road, from Winches i>- .Tr. ili past IS o'clock A M, arrive at Gordons -1 n ume tor the Cars going to Richmond, there r ;.. i the travel throush in 24 hour* from ft n>!' rto Richmond. Fare from Richm »nd ... !r tn New Market, 36, through ticket; and , N w Market to and trom Winchester, $2 50, - . the traveler only 88 50. through f rom Win - c 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. — 27 April 1853

THE DAILY 1)1 SPA 1 CH. of the Dally DUpatch e*- ° f all .he DaHy paper, ot Richmond __ =~~ H IV, HW»W »•* Ajl .•JSCS mule 10 oor '■ p *' * ' „„i.h U.. this gentleman. „ ntn . r , y Though he he !>.« been J-*- -° j for som internal Improvement ' „ 0 „ b , of men, nod *e are plnd In do iVe hv placing him on the right side o rr;»X - , — ,ta provement. the cattle-show. Gen. Richardson, the active and indefatiga ble Secretary of the Agricultural Society, is on a tour throu £ h the adjacent counties, for purposes connected with the grand meeting proposed to be held in this city next fall. We know of no cause which, l'rom its own intrinsic value, ought to recommend itself more fully to the serious regard of all persons in the remo test degree connected with the agricultural in rerest oi the State. The truth of this declara tion is so apparent, that we lind it altogether unnecessary to enforce it by argument. The entire agricultural community is deeply inte rested in the success or fail...

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. — 27 April 1853

THE T.ATF.ST NF.YS. 7Ti Ot Vto I lM> OF THE 6 I/A MLR INDEPENDENCE. / N»w York, April »o. —Thesteatjh Star of he \Ve«t arrived this evening fionJan Juan, t ,nti"g California dales 10 the lew April. \ none tie passengers lost in r steamer Independence, are:—\\ m Argull,/ Wiscon -1 Mis A* res and child, ol (yfgta; Win \ <r, of Tenn; J Abraham, of Op; E Abra ir|i,Ohio;J Allen, Texas; A /Carrington sii wile, of Arkansas /hauncey, of '■«. n Jo-': C J Coole and son, opt Louis for v ci Washington; E Colli* and 2 chil , i ling; Mis M A Came Ad chi.d, Eng; » I'ohen. of Albany; A ''armichael, of (i Hit's Julia Hanscuin, uOt L >uis; Win |.n»n,ot Mass: J itrauin. oAiew Jersey; W i'.at niHi>. (>t Ohi< ; M M IWte, ut Tenn.; G , r-i e i>i I'enn.; M llernie, if renn.; Philip »:,„Yr. Ol Mass.; E Haker.«l Mass ; i' "ton, ol M Louis; S «uui, of Ohio; W \\ p, £ nfli,'. i Mich.; Ale* town, of Mich ; E r K.'d Allien; (J W P,<well,of III.; Mrs ; Hrowil, ol Iowa; Wm iple.ot New \ork...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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