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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 27 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH V Tf.«*s Visit.—An entertaining wxrk late v published, stilled " A S,r . ay V a " k ® <> ,' in T.xas," *® v 9 ,hM *' Ipn 8 R en,lcmi,n ,} B> - a Ti.it in Tex", no matter what P r **« » f bu " ; jUj.re ttuv be, n certain rflwrnonial » Rl wcredly obmved. Th. pull, up bio horse, and shouts out, "Halloo Which means, ' Good people, ' * ' oUt and here I mean to stay UDll ',- VO " . nletV al, and keep the dogs oft then, a!i, ' r j V(>rv the proprietor make* his appears • p en |<. leisurely approaches the lence " J»» o VJ^ he irig a word; he next J^ haring , ( . fence, fhen ,he ot^ r . " ' i, verv deliberately taineJ the top, seats hi" j , rom |he upon if, and awaits the next m o< Th«flaiter now brine, hi* horse alongside The latter no (jon commences, the fence, and the con "How »'e ye, Judgi'i ■ «»> B'H)™ r'keep^a'pushin'; how's the old woman * U "Considerable sassy, only thar'a been a .mart chance of the agei down .n our neck °'..Got*°snmrt chunk 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. — 28 April 1853

01,. 8--NO !*>■"> T DAILY dispatch JA3 A CQWARDIN. Proprietor. Ht r 0 H K PLEASANTS, Editor. =7.., r liOITK AM) LOW FAKK, * IF.TWKFX WIJiCHKsTKK AND RICHMOND, nr 4;or<J«""' vi " c " nd New Market. •T* v,n " R(1 TUESDAY, the !'•' -.J" S9th inst, our line of Stage* will ———,T, e for New Market, in county of on Tuesday*, Thnrttdnys and * ; ' .1,,, on the arrival °t the Western train ' *»•»:».'»« 2 o'clock PM. Stay all night at Madi rent morning after an early break r '• '*> ■' net to New Market in time to take the . > >t*ge. n the Valley road, for Winchester. N » Market on the samedays. Tumdnja, <r>. ara«la' " ""nturdny#. On the arrival of «te ?t»ge. on the Valley road, from Winchos ',■»! U o'clock A M, arrive at Gordons ; r ti>«' >'ais going to Richmond, there br 'ai' th*" travel through in *4 hours from - i'f r: li.i'hm nd. Fare from Richmond th .-r mN' * Market S6, through ticket; and . s w Ma: Set to nud from Winchester, $2SO, traveler only $850. throu...

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. — 28 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. The circulation ot the Daily l>Upatch ex that of all U.e Dally l*per. »t JUchnK'fd combined- - K I v II n «> N » • v A.« Tknrftriny Morning. April 2S, 1553. SOMETHING ABOUT FARMING. During our late visit to the country, though not circulating very largely, we heard and saw much upon this subject. It seemed to be the general impression, that though the spnng had been uncommonly backward, the crop of wheat promised to yield finely, and we heard no complaints with regard to other crops. Ourvisit was toapait ofthecountry in which the land, originally very fine, had, in the hands of our forefathers, whose example was not the best in ail things, been horribly butchered.— Thev had left their posterity, in many instan ces. little raore than "a beggarly account," not of "empty boxes," but of red gullies, which we hold to be equally bad. These latter had presented to them the alternatives, either of starving, of moving away, or of falling in with the modern system of...

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. — 28 April 1853

was experienced. Durtng thp first day attempts V! .rc n.njebv the survivors, after burying the dead, . > r. ■ .re water by condensing steam. but the ex ■ m n! tai'ed, There were now some twohun- Jjr 1 *nd sevpoty ancls congregated on tfce beaeh, s-.d they *■! went without tilting water (or fiftv six )),•« »: the »«!t provisions only aggravated their *"l he"' *t dav »ho f i:fi reri were relieved by whal r v, »»»'!• in Magdalen* Bay. Tht. Gakmmk Trial- —On Tuesday the j, a , : : n efs before the coutt was chiefly to exam inf certain letters signed by J. C. Gardiner, the brother of Dr. Gardiner, lie would neither „(1.,,:; nor deny that he had written them.-— < ] ie said looked like his, others did not; acknowledged n 'ne. One of these tel ler.; was addressed to the Alcalde of the town , • Rio Verde, and informed him that Dr. Gar j : ,.>r worked mines at i.aguinillas, which wete j„t, rr.ipird hv the war with Mexico, causing Ur. (i. to lose nil he had paid for the mines, 1 aethe...

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. — 28 April 1853

THE DAILY IDISPATCH ARRIVAL OF THE HUMBOLDT. ENGLAND. Th« political advices brought by this steam er are without much importance. fcTne Canada clergy reserves bill had passei to ajthird reading in the House of Commons by 80 majority. . Her Maj-sty, the Quean, was r ®£' - . 1C ering from the accouchment. ihe - ' Prince enjoys good health, and is proivn i * Affaire in' England generally are qu.ct. The advices from p!«"e except that fund, were rather better. recovered, and aigmfic.m P surm.«e fl are current relative to the condition of the Empress. Germany. Affairs throughout Germany were compara lively quiet. * COMMERCIAL HEWS Liverpool Cotton Market.—At the la test advices the l.iveipool Cotton market was quiet, and prices of everything rather tavoring buvers. There is no change however to notice ia quotation—sales of Monday and Tuesday ot 13,'W0 bales, and of the three days 20,000 bales —speculators took 300!) bal«s, and ex forters '«!000. Fair Orleans quoted at tiJ'iGJ, 'air Upland...

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. — 29 April 1853

VOL. B—NO Mi r ir ; DAILY DISPATCH JAS A. COWARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor^ KOI TK AND LOW PAKE, ' bktwkkn \\ iHCHESTKK AND RICHMOND, Br nnd Now iWnikct. On »nd after TI'KSUAY, the J}' Sf 19th init. our line ot Stag< • will " "t\ ,-.:e for New Market, in c ounty ol >j«lrsini sr.. on Tiiewtlny*. Thiirsday* and Hnturilm*. on the arrival of the W« stern train '< ( Hfs .! ; o'c-oclt P M i»:sy all night at Madi sit r H rest morning after an early break sKii £»• tv' New Market in time to take the •TCMM 6tas«, on the Valley road. for Winchester. ! i v» N■ * Market on th<' same days, Tn(mday», Thur-ila * ..«:i Saturday*. On the arrival ot t ie r.n th • Valley road, from Winches ter ath- : H.c Is! o'clock AM, arrive at Gjrdoua v n sine : i tbeCara going to Richmond, there by tn travel through in boura from VV:nc! -»f ' Richmond. Kate from Rtchmond to " h - iir m N> w Market 86. through ticket; and fron N' * -Varkel to and trorn Winchester, $3 50, c tk- -nveler o...

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. — 29 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH KSP The circulation ot the Pally Dispatch e*- that of all the Dally p.pfsol Eichmond combined- . Hlt'll MOND. V A.« Frfdny Haningi Aprtl Uf, SUNDAY TRAVEL. We learn fror.3 the Charlottesville Advocate «nd the Staunton Spectator, that a petition discontinuing Sunday travel on the Centra Railroad is in circulation in thoKe two t" This, we presume, is one step to tire' c linuance of the Sunday Mail also, for t e p«nv will hardly enga£« >° ***" "T " a " once a week with no other prospect ol remu nerate than such as «ri*es from riage. The pet.honers se,n, to have d ll.rent views from those entertained » England - There it was proposed to stop tne Mail on Sunday but not the travel. It is hsrdlv necessary to point out the ex treme absurdity of stopping travelers once n week upon such a line as the Central is ex pected to be. By casting the eye over the map. any one may see at a glance the van system of railroads and steamboat commu nication beginning on the North with...

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. — 29 April 1853

THK LATEST NEWS \mrnl of Ttco Steamers.—Additional A'etrg. !Sfw York, April 27.—The steam'*!' Geor gia with the California mail and $2,234,000 in gold Just on height, besides a large amount in she hands of pr.ssengpis. has arrived from Cha pres, Via Kineston ard Havana. She brings i otbing later from California. The steamer I i.cie >■ nm also arrived here to day from As ivnwall. She brings 140 passengers and $070,- I'mn> in gold, including $220,000 on freight. ("be Isthmus was healthy and the crossing i- rkat.lv good, Tile I ncle Sam left King P (,i!i on she 2! «t. The yellow fever was rag ing c.ms. Jerably, and several shipmaster s had recently died. \ Chinese company, consisting of fifty per fv! p',T£. is unions ihe passengers. 1 whole amount of gold on freight aboard i . Groigin is $2,060,000 whilst theiv.is also a l;.:;e amount in the hands if the passengers. The iiardiner Trial, \V\sttiM>T«'.v, April —In the Gardiner CR <e to day most of the time was occupied in (! ...

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. — 29 April 1853

THE DAILY IDISPATCH \ rerv simple Fire AnnibiUtor, for dontpst o «* > is described in the Troy Budget, by an in fin nee agent in that city. Hear, and save ycu " Why will not people avail themselves ol modern "discoveries, to save their property from t«vt A package ot two or three pounds of sul ptiur, d isposed of in such a manner oh to be thrown into the fire soot) nfier its commence merit, before air lushes into thp bui dine, will artest the tire, as surelv as water: and is better than » uter, when varnishes or resinous gums are burning. „ • Oxvgeti r nd sulphur have so strong an affi nity thai m tie combustion ol sulphur, the I xv* g'n ol the atmosphere is converted into su piiurous acid gas at which point fire wane* " i tested this principle and thereby saved mv property some years since, an account of which 1 cave thro.igh your columns, at the nnte. It is ia„,u*sii le to conceive how much human snffericg might have been averted l.ad thai sug ec-iion been attended to bv ship 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. — 30 April 1853

VOL. 8--NO U>~ THE DAILY DISPATCH JA3 a. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HIGH R PLEASANTS. Editor. !lU chamber*' Edinburgh Journal. AND then? The oracle ot the beautiful sequestered little hara'et i>! was an old gentleman of unob;rusi*e and orderly habits, whose pe culiar taciturnity had < blamed for him the f ar! ,;iinr cognomen of Two Words. Mr. < a nu'tr,rtHis Two Words, dwelt on the outskirts P t ii village, tended by an ancient house keeper, almost as chary of-peech as her worthy master. It was surmised that Mr. Canute had seen better days; but though his means were straightened, his heart was large, and his coun--nance expressed great benevolence— Notwithstanding the brief mode ot speech wNich characterised him on all occcasions the acivice of >1 r. Canute was eagerly sought on gvetv sutj ct whereon it was presumed advice couhi lie profitable; and the simple rustics of Amber mead perhaps valued it the more, be cause, though delivered w itbout a particle of pompv the terse...

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. — 30 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. s ot tiie"uaily J«i.p«tch o«- of all Ito Dally paper* ol Richmond combined. — KlCll .UONU . VA.« £a«n»-«lny .Horning. April 30. I MRS. STOWE IN ENGLAND. The next arrival will, no doubt, bring in e '• gence of the speeches, dinners am P™* 0 sions, in honor of the American aut lo , ' wa can hardly suppose that f * ttceepted an invitation to go so ® r ' tance, before she became satisfied that he pro gress through Europe was to resemble a tn umphal march. In the meantime, the sale ol her book progresses with a rapidity for which it is altogether impossible to account. I here is nothing in literary history which bears the faintest resemblance to its success. Many at tempts have been made to account for it, but as ret we have seen none that, in our opinion, approach the mark. It cannot be the bitter ness of its denunciations, for, in this respect, it does not equal many of the publications ol the day which have fallen still-born from the press. It does not consist in t...

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. — 30 April 1853

THE LATEST NEWS ADDITIONAL BY THE CANADA ENGLAND. «j"|- e Glasgow steamshipcompany had con tacted tor another steamer to run between New y, r k and Glasgow, in conjunction with the UKatner ; Glasgow. A commercial house at n r e;neti were about to put two steamers re cently pure based ftom the German States on „,e line lor Ne» York. I n ,| l( . House ot Commons, on the Msh, Sir lli:-tide I .«<"> asked the Government whether, in negotiation* with the United States or Cen j' ra i \merica. the tights end ir teiests of Diitish ,-ts tn Honduras, and those of Britain's gtK , nf ally the King of Moquito, had been ..-Vsrded. Lord John Kussel replied that the negotiations were not yet terminated, and that ron-<-oucntly any statement would be prerna turf* A lesolution to abolish the duty on adver tisement* was agreed to without a division.. The London police tearched Kossuth's house on the morning of the 14ih, and large ttnres lit arms and ammunition were found. It is stated that the ...

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. — 30 April 1853

THE DAILY fPISPATCH L P . IT^K «s Zotsß -R«'h«r a atngular ».jlrinr on the romantic, ha# lately Cn *% ho , in our city. A wealthy young 'Tdoinc business in "Boston, was engaged TZ m»m,d to a very estimahl* y««»«f J dr residing ,n .*f ne !hi and to render was appotnied for the we. .tin?, the more asr wm also to be led to the alt!® r * . time bv a merchant ofone "J 00 / . c | e rgv- The drea*ea wet* prepare.! for holh,th« ciuty men engaged and "« ' l ' rid,, » that""!?"intended son-in law in Boston was not what he „n.l if waft hscei ,a,n":r: rrij'on brid, g .o,;n had bean re taineu mm i hotels tor months, whh a voung Udr •shi«*if*, under assumed names ' He l»«.l also two other Indies (o whom oavine particular attention. A a soon I: Thet.JsXc.rue known, he left for New O leans. His paramour, with whom he has b/tn living, dressed herself in male attire, and attempted to escape wiih him, but was de tected and sent home to New York, where she belongs. The arrangements for the wedding ot c...

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. — 2 May 1853

VOL. 3--NO 10* ( u DAILY dispatch jab A COWARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor.^ I'OUtaK FOK HALE.—Tht I ) s : re nsmed very desirable residence, and ,r, u *ble Tract of Land. containing 2f> aero* on „ -a u »t*rd* are offered for sale privately on wf advantageous term*. j, iss-tiiMed on (be I)t»«p Run Turnpike, on the . n ' Bau ,s;.-n i t Broad street, about three quarters west of the city of Richmond,aad about .\v vVrds fn.m the Richmond College. " r Isr.d is highiy msproved by abundsnt ra» _ cr ing and pood cultivation, and has a smat! atr-am 01 water passing through the corner ol it. In thf garden and near the house are shrub* and trees bearing a great variety and abundance of the ch.-.ic-Ht fruits and flower*. ■•"•:e dwelling house is well and handsomely buflt i :u dorn style of brick, 50 by 43 t«et, two stories and a basement higH, with all convenient out ho'isf* and > S.ces, s)so of brick and in good repair. T»i'' situati n is an airy, dry and perfectly healthy ...

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. — 2 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. fry circulation et the Daily PUpatch ex of U the Daily P-P". of JUchmond combined- Kiel!mow P . VA.» jHondnjr Morning, AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE- The New York Times publisher a long le • terfrom Mr. Schenck, the America" M'mster at Rio, to Mr. Webster, dated '-'Oth April. 185-, in which he Mate*, that this trade is as brisk as it has ever been, in spite of the active exer tions of the British squadron, and that it is mainly carried on in vessels sailing under the American flag- earnestly entreats tmn.e diate attention to the subject, and points out ecTerfi | »avs in which it may be prevented. Ist. He recommends the prohibition, by act of Congress, of all direct trade in vessels of the United States, between Brazil, and the Western coast of Africa. Under such a law ship-papers and clearances could not be ob tained, as if for honest voyages, and to serve as a color for the transfer of vessels to be used as slavets after their arrival on the African coast. As there is, in...

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. — 2 May 1853

THE LATEST NEWS rARTICULARS OF THE COLLISION ON THE CENTRAL ANl> MICHIGAN railways. Tuesday Mor nine. o'clock The express train which left tins city at nine o'clock last night, on the Southern Michigan K(iad.<* s,|ie collision at the crossing, about pifht miles out, with an emigrant and freight jram coming into Chicago on the Michigan Central Railroad. The locomotive of the express train struck ii,e >ixih car tilled with passengers and in a vent the locomotive, tender, baggage car, a!l ,j one second class car of the expiess train, 5 Ci thci with three emigrant cars of the Mich)- g.Mi Central train, were a heap of ruins. On the northerly side of the Central track, one ciass passenger car was thrown upon ••ts> side, and groans and cries assailed the ears oi thnse who hastened from the rest of the first clns<cats which retained their position. Those in the csrs were aided to escape from the con fusi in, and from the danger of suffocation, and j? f.tund that none were dan...

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. — 2 May 1853

HIDAILYWSPATCH " -VDVmocRITIC Congressional Convsv * The Convention of Democrat* to no for Congre*. i. .1. "»•»«< of Pittaylvsoia, Halifai, &c.«- -t P.ttsylvaniaC. H. on the 27th alt. Thomas S. Bocock received che nomina 1 of 34t> i»»« T»~ H. A"--" /hi.,. ,H, nd ". apportionment liw, Mrwrfc volo kr.tt, mo representatives -n «h. I«« C • enetf were thrown together. Their claim' were decided by the Convention. On Wednesday last a Convention met at Winchester to nominate a .candidate for that Concessional District. On the third ballot CHARLES Jamk* Failkxkr was chosen. It : a represented that much controversy of opin* ion and much excitement attended the delibe rations of the Convention. 11. A. Ei'Mondson has been nominated for re-election by a Convention in the Monroe District. gy Arthur Quinn, guilder, long known in Louisville, Ky., where he lived, ahot him self there on the 25th ult. He waa sitting by a stove in a boarding house, looking moodily, and remaiked to those near,...

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. — 3 May 1853

VOL. 3--NO 169 DISPATCH the daily A g. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. XA> LODUR FOK BALK.—Tht IJ above named very desirable residence, sod Tract of Land, containing 23 acres on which it stand*, are offered for sale privately or. term*. It i# jtanted on the Deep Ron Turnpike, on the continuation of Rroad street, about three quartan of * mile west of the city of Richmond,and about o<y> yards from the Richmond College. The Ucd i* highly Hr-proved by abundant ma nvrins and good caHivation, arid hu a smaf. steam of water passing through the corner ol it. lr. ttv- garden and near the house are shrubs and tre** besirire a great Tariety and abundance of Ibe choicest fruits and flower*. The dwelling house is well and handsomely buflt ic modern style ol brick, 50 by 43 feet, two stories ar.ii a b*s< ment high, with all convenient out bouses and offices, also of brick and in good repair Ite situation is an airy, dry and perfectly healthy oce. and weU supplied w...

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. — 3 May 1853

the daily dispatch. 7 ! be circulation ol the Dispatch ea- JFcolm*r.bly that of all Ihe Daily pap*" ol Richmond combined. HK'HHOND . V A.« Tneadnr Morning, .May 3. KOSSUTH. The London Time* justifies the aearr Kossuth's house, as we \ reaume 11 the new employment to which the liceh»oria« e de^edi. e elf i .h.rn.n,ely >e c.f furnishing information to the e»po i on the continent, to guide them - « he a "" 8 ' imprisonments and murder, .hey are da y making. Ths Vienna correapondent of the Frankfort Post Gazette writes : "It .a now confirmed that the Prussian police were most efficiently the late political atresia at Berlin and elsewhere, by repeaUd commu nication* from the police of London, without which many of their discoveries might not bat e been made. In this we see a proof of the food faith of the British Government, when, through Lord Westmoreland, it assured the Cabinet of Vienna that it would watch over the conduct of the refugees. We learn from oth •r sources, that the Lon...

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. — 3 May 1853

THE LATEST NEWS ITKTIIEK BY THE BALTIC. ENGLAND. The Chancellor ol the Exchequer had pre sented his fin*ncitl statement, which proposes >o continue the income lax on a diminishing 1,-ale tor prvrn years, t> extend to Ireland and s jj incomes over £10(1 per annum. Also, to red a e the advertisement stamp and other ( j ,j nnd to abolish ihe soap duties, and sub- j Iniute fixed ad valorem rates making lOperct. x bt maximum on manulnctur s. He also pro s to increase the spirit and legacy duties. a»ii to reduce the tea duty within the next four ; fRr , („ Is per lb , mid immediately fo Is lOJd. 1 ; c budget was the chief topic of discus*. f Vii in business circles, nnd opinion on the V,» r t was divided. It »'»» thought that it possibly be rejected in consequence of .s,p nianitest injustice of some of its features, i which cafe the ministry will resign. The Tinies, Post and Chronicle piaise it, whilst •he othet London papers condemn it. The Conservative members had held a con imita...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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