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

THE DAILY DISPATCH SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. The i'mH eulogise* the nomination* made by the Whig* at the African Church on Wed* needay evening last for (he legislature. The Timet calls attention to the letter of Mr. BartU-tt, late U. S. Commifser for settling the boundary between this country an Mexico, and says that it appears to them t tat he does not leave Gov. Lane a sing e inc to (round to stand upon. The Whig charges President I terce with exhibiting a preference for his abol.t.on or tree Soil ...r porters in hi, appointments to office over the old line Democrats of the The Enquirer publishes letters from Mr. Charles F. M. Garnett, Chief Engineer of the Virginia and Tennessee li*ilr«ad, upon the subject ofthe Kentucky and Virginia Railroad, a branch of the first leading from Abingdon, in Washington county, to Cumberland Gap.— These letters show that this projected c#nnec tion between Louisville, in Kentucky,and Tide Water in Virginia, known to be so extremely important to all the g...

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

VOL. 3-NO 175 T iS DAILY DISPATCH /AS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. 1 r vO > ' H ATM A 1 Kl)i>, »• «•«< »• it 1.j SERVING, RESTORING AND BEAUTIFY[Si, THE HAIR.—The Kathairoa neutralizes the p-' cu of Dilate ( limato and old aae, in restoring the human hsir, and after a baldr,"ss of 13 years: tin? head from Dandruff and its natural impurities; will cur® the Nervous Headacne, diseases ol the akin, such as Scald Head, Erysipelas. Ac; and i» the most desirable Toilet Article lor Ladies'or Gentlemen's use, in the world. It exhales the perfume of the moat deli. d-ius 3?wfrs and being free from rancid oil or col oriiu properties. slv.-a the hair that soft, rich, curling appearance obtained by no other preparation. The use of the Kuthuiron is adopted by the first Thysieuns in Europe and America, and has a sale a?ui patronage unprecedented in the history of the Mauri j hUdica. Words alone are superfluous; a trial only can attest iu reki...

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

THEDAILYWPAITH. ot Hie Dally Di«p»tch e*"b'y.h.t of all ,Uie Dally papora ol mffcrrnprt c , wt'l nP j[___ =s _ =; —r=s. Rio H MO N I' • y *•' Tnearfnv siorpT"«» 10 |S, { ' THE LATE KAILKOAD ACCIULiM . Th- New York papers continue to be fi led with the details of this terrible cata.trophe.There has been nothing like .1, .11 agree ,n saying, since the first rail was laid on the hrst railroad. The accident on the Richmond and Petersburg—(he collision on the Chicago— •r<-n the slaughter on the Baltimore and Ohio road sink into absolute insignificance, when compared with this unparalelled massacre— As the catastrophe has no equal, so the carelessness which brought it on is altogether without example. Prima facie, it would appear that the engineer »as altogether to blame. There was a red ball on the bridge, which could be seen a long distance on the road, and which was always up when the drawbridge was down.— This, of course, served as a signal that all was right, and that it w...

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

THE LATEST NEWS .\milHO.V\L CALIFORNIA NEWS BY THE EL DORADO. At Aspin»*U the weaihfrjwas plptipant and jj )f health ot the ies«i)ent« and travelers good. Busings was flourishing. l.fgal proceedings have been commenced ac-sinst Captain Simpson, of the Indepen in I'm* U. S. District Court. \esrlv all the eardens and ranches on the SaVrsinento ti*«-t hate been more or less in■.jrej bv an overflow, and many of the crops Save been ruined. A report horn Humboldt Bav states that lfi fr ;S men, exploring the road from P.ragon Hav to Rouge river valley, have been murdered by 'he Indians. Ti»e Alta California states positively that an fipodition is on foot for taking possession of tin- Mexican province of Sonora, and that its details are known at Washington as well us by the authorities of California. In a tew days, it says, tiie public w ill be fully advised of the particulars. The wuter front extension bill passed the House ;V !< M.. j >ritv of four votes A peti;mti a...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH TiiE CATA3 IKOI'HE A I NUK.WALK. KEMARKABLE ESCAPE Jonathan Trotter, Esq., President ofJbe Board of Assistant Alderme.r, „ co " ,f ' a with G. Flint Spear and James B'shon, New Jersey, and Dr. Pierson. of S»len.,M« aachusetts, together with *7 er * , r r ork .) men, left the Union Place Hotel, • the after breakfasting together, $pd first passenger car that went o ' pr( j Spear, Mr. Trotter and Mr B.shop e«capeu by crawling through one of the wii the car was full of water, and Df to the Union Place Hotel, badly yy_ Pierson, k. — hjs #nd Pomeroy, of New York, P #| Twenty . I,tile boy in chareeo I Sr P « larltf( |; Mr. seventh street, just a» i . -«-r. Spear snccre 'ed by almost superhuman eserions, io saving the boy, but Mrs. Pomeroy was killed Mr. Spear returned several times under the water to the cars, but wee unable to save her; he. however, succeeded in saving tvto other boys. EXTRACTS or LETTERS FROM PASSENGERS. » * * * The dead lay in ranks, their faces gleam...

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

vOL. 8--N0 i"«; fit i)AH>Y DISPATCH ;-V A COWARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. 5-1. \ — K "if" HAI KOI*. KO H fKlv. 1 V'kvisc RESTORING AND BEAUTIFY1' f Xuv Vniß —The KHthairon neutralizes the " . .v s , s «P Climate and old aee. in restor "'•? ' h -man ha;r. and after a baldness of 12 I (be head from Dandruff and lu T ' "'. v.; , unties; will cure the Nervous HeadL % . Lies of the (kin. such as Scald Head. •• ' " v . gjjd i( the moat desirable Toilet arifel# lor l adies or Gentlemen's u»e, in the i' • exhales the perfume ot the most deli- * " 4 ' ... ga <j being free from rancid oil or col «'•" " , jjivrathe hair that soft, rich, curl- .: ; 'ar.ee obtain. dby no other preparation. -V '«,» the Kathairon u adopted by the first - ' '■ -a-s u Europe and America, and has a sale . '.I," i.aee unpr.>cedeoted In tlv> history of the »v -r Wiaica. Words alone are superfluous; a u.t -!)* can attest iu real virtue, as 1U million fr T " W ...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. KW The circulation ot the Dally Ui«patch exJZLcooJlderablr of ell U»e Dally peper. ot Ktehmond com ———- KICHWOK D . VA.I Werinrwiinr Morning. May I*i TUG LAST BRITISH PRINCE. The London press, in general, is til ,p d wit 1 joy. The sovereign lady, Victoria the has presented the nation with theeig • ' of rovelty. This last interesting publl* P ■ per will, of course, like the rest v •» r '' ..d .i.-r.,b. pro.i<M f« »T*", '''£! public upeiM, .nd ""o,™" il" what of taxed to pay tor his l"* ur that ? The universal British nation akes a pride in its race of Kings as ,t does ,n .» breed of horses. Both must have good provender, and a plenty of it. Withal, it as careful about preserving the breed of the one pure, as of the other. Prince Albert is the Godolphin Arabian of royalty, his mission being neither more equivocal nor less honorable.— Both stand high in the eyes of the British na» lion on account of their blood, and both were imported with a view to that...

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

THE latest news The (iardiner Trial. \\ iSHiNGToN, May 9—CapL Doubleday trailed- Saw (he mining title at Laguielu) described it bn re wed in between ;' pr , sppns all which were stained; but .'•V'siHin# upon the title appeared quite differjm from those on she papers to the right and lie r»nd the title through t«o or three cs, snd was certain that neither the iluag- ' ,'r (Vrro Gordo range of mountains were nifniioiifd. He again explained how an error occurred in making the southern boundary of J V. lunula- on the map in consequence of loa.ale. The error had been corrected, which made the distance from the village of j ias to the southern boundary of the r tv much less than first stated. Mr. .Msv piopused to eo into an examination . hoi ill* rn pait of Quereinro, for the pur- ' »v of show tag that the mines visited by Ab- ! ami Siocum were the mines ol Jalaps, in • i State, and forty to fifty miles distant from Lagu::, This was objected to by the de- .', rf . : utter a spirited debat...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH THE WRWALK CA I ASTROPHK. Tie following i«« ,he ,a " ken before the Coroner at the Inquest upon the bodies of the persons killed by the accident at Norwalk: T I,T1M0!»I of WILLIAM HARFORD, BRIDG* KEEPERWm- Harford sworn, testified as follows:— A< near as I can remember it was fifteen minutes from the lime I started the draw to close it be fore the train went over; I siood on Itie bridge when Captain By xbee, of the steamboat Pacific called to me to open the draw, I then lowered the ball and laid it on the bridge, I kept the bridge down a (ew minutes and listened if I could hear the train coming; when the draw was raised I left it open t. get another boat through; the train was due before 1 open -d the draw; my orders are to give attention first to the boats; those are the or ders I received from the company; I only heard the whistle as the train came round the curve- (tbiscurve is one hundred ood fifty feet from the draw;) the whistle was blown twice; I...

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

VOL. 3—NO ITT f .-IE DAILY DISPATCH Proprietor. H UGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor^ iF~V7rN v «« K V THAikoS, fllK I' »t r — \A ".vim;, kkstorino and beautifyvs - THE HAIR.—The Kathairon neutraliies the ot *D>»* s»e » limate and old age. in rertors_ human hair, and after a baldness of 12 T-rira: cVsnm the head from Dandruff and lti caters! iropuritiea; will cure the Nervou* Headache- di«e*sea of the *kln, such rs Scald Head, Erviipeiaa. tc ; and ia the most deairable Toilet irtl"!' lor 1-adiea' or Gentlemen's u*e, in the world It exhale* the perfume of the most delidcu« fl >w» rs and b» in* free from rancid oil or col or.::; properties, gives the hair that soft, rich, curl•jj£ appearance obtained by no other preparation. Tii-"use of the Kathairon is adopted by the first Hits: : an» !n Europe and America, and has a sale »r,d patronage unprecedented m the history of the Medico. Words alone are superfluous; a trial only can attest its real virtue, as its million friends w...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ■iehirrmd combined. » — KUIH .no M> . * *•* TfcT»«fy frtTiii»*, THE NORWALK MASSACRKThe engineer says ,h * ,nbe jn "f.y ing that it up, the bridge-keeper persis number —I—. ««"•- » of witnes.es. The Iter for # ftw ,o contrived "that it ca - d not ttt a | t second, as the tram •for the * bolit lwo hundred feet curve, i( adds,"an accidental movefrom the dr. • # gp(|rk| or #n n(om 0 f go ot, "blind the engineer for a moment, and L. prevent his seeing a signal so situated. There is no excuse, however, for his driving tbt ,rain at the rate of twenty miles an hoar, when the law only allowed a speed of eight miles. The same paper is terribly severe upon the directors, declaring that the placing of the signal in such a situation that it could not b» seen, very n-arly resembled malice aforethought. It adds: "We have little to say to the directors of the New Haven Railroad. Before God and their consciences they are morally answerables for the massacre of foity-f...

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

THE LATEST NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER DANIEL WEBSIER. Later from California Total Wreck of the Steamer S. S. Lewis— More Gold, if( jVtw Orleans, May 10.—The steamer Dan)P| Webster, from San Juan, arrived here last *rening. She brings dates from San Francisro to the 16ih of April, beine seven days later than the accounts by the El Dorado at New The Picsvune has received full files of letters and paper* by this arrival. The Daniel Webster connected with the steamer Brother Jonathan, which left Sun Francisco on the lGh. She also brings about 200 passengers ftm i a considerable amount of gold. The most important news by this arrival is the total wreck of the steamer S. S Lewis, belonging to the Nicaragua line. It seems thai she ran ashore rear the same place where the steamer Tennessee was wrecked some time K<r»>. ami met so sad a fate. A dense fog was prevailing nt the time. Soon afier strikhp • »••• • lit 10 pieces and sunk, being a total »re> k : lo...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH Strict Priuciii!»o.—'The ex-Mayor of Piirsbotg, Joe Barker, and the Rev. Mr. Kirkland both preached in the market homes ol Cincinnati last Sunday. Mr. Kirkland «• »» "Independent;" he considers ollse«ts in error, and deems himself to be sent on the important mission of setting them all right. He ias » considerable task before him. A wholesale chicken robbery took place a few nights since rear New Or eans. They were the property of an ol ay, an the ru'hless rogue tM k seventy of her-pretty chickens" at "one fell swoop. She recog nised a few of them some day or two afterwards in tne market, and hod the person who offered them for sale, arrested. jy We see thai Wtatt Cardwf.LL, an ©id g t.,ger and a great electioneerer, is in the field for Congress in the District composed of Charlotte, &.c. He is a Whig, and runs against two Democrats—Messrs. W. O. Goode, and Henry L Hopkins. ty A colored burglar attempted to rob the atore of Messrs. J. H. &....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 May 1853

VOL. 8--NO ITS tje daily dispatch /aB . a COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. V-i o'n * s»" l\ \ ill 11 K«l>, KOK I'Kh1,- ~S.. RKBTORINQ AMD BEAUTIFYji,. JHE HAIH.— The Kulhairon n<-utraii«e« the •>- u i,i Dir a»" Ciimnte and old «**'. in re»tor tb • h iirHn hs'.r. and after a baldness of 12 r the head iron Dandruff and it* r.srara'. impurities; will cure the Norv<.u« Head- . ,j . ,«•■ of the skin. such a» teal J Head, f ryni - .u AC; and I* the molt desirabl" Toilet Article t'»r l.sdii*' or (imitlenien'« use, :n the wvrid U exhsH's the pe.rtume of the mutt delio .;» fiowt re and being free from rancid nil or col cr.m properties, gives the hair that soft, rich, curljcf *;ip.->»irance obtained by no other preparation. "Tai 1 us*'ot the Katnairon is adapted by the first j>v.v ,;nnf Europe and America, and has s sale - ,5 ■ ,:~on«ge unprecedented in lb*. l history of the JUa.tr a Mediea. W ,rd« alone are sup...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. tar The circulation ol the Dally Dispatch ea4MMS considerably that of all the Daily papers ol Richmond combined. KK'HMOMP . V A.t Friday .tlsrning, Mby 13, ISSS* THE WEEKLY DISPATCH For Friday, May 13, i* now read* and 'or p office, Iti content* embrace (nil P* rU r £L'!* r oo«.r n '« dreadful railroad accident at Nor walk: . u) | Dream, a truthful aequel to Uncle'l° m « * ' th( . report of the trial of routineer*; P. r, | ce< r t foreign Kiue. Dinner, interest* WwMTorero and domestic new*} correipondence.i j yance . 5 cenu per .mgle copy. ?1 per annum »"" nce THE CENTRAL RAILROAD. The time for taking the rote on the pioposi,lon to subscribe $200,000 io this road, is raprJ- ,. \Vm |ja%e no doubt thut the ly approaching. ma de cheerfulsubscription will &e niau , I" How dull soever jour Ctli«n9 may have been, in limes past, to their own true interest, they begin now lo be sufficiently awake to it. They see, and it becomes clearer to them ever...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 May 1853

THE LATEST NEWS t orro«pondenc«» ot the Dispatch. Fredericksburg, May 12. Slaughter's cotton factory in Falmouth *a« to be on fire about one o'clock •hit morning, an<t in less than 3 ho ns the , , u |Jing and machinery were in ruin*. The (lie is supposed to have originated from the tnrnr.ce > n the cellar, where a (ire had been yesterday. The Water Power Cornna ,'v had recently purchased this factory of Mrslaughter. The loss is estimated at $".20,01)0 — finance $16,000. The llope Fire Company of' this place and many citizens proceeded to Falmouth, but too late to do any good. The books, papers and goods—of which ther" w as only a small stock —were, saved. Mr. Ficklen's fl'-'ur mill, adjoining, is satd to be much irvired bv the action ot w a!er thrown u| on ]h" ( > heated wisll, aid this morning n portion of It : <!l in. About j0 hands have been thrown i at of employment on the occasion. Vours, Essex. Al>l>mONAL FOREIG...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 May 1853

THE p*ll,Y DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. null IIOM' .IIAKKKTf. f j rth*£* '•><"»* T),ur»,U» SKHi**, M*f 13 Fjr iht jCABKruW-v coajiKCTKD ! narON Virginia cured, bog round, brinja - J Western and Unit,inure Side* <j Sb. ulders m t-» 6H cts; new J>.£a*i 13* to la cu; Lew Shoulders -4 ,0 B?TO , in fair supply f 2 ic« p Pn Hb.-w.tb small reCOTTON YARN'S—The trade • 7. . :s limited. Tii- quotations am J» ° S"""c fl n, a Varna 1- to 19 o* per lb-scarce. rnVt'KK—->)'d Java 11 ,ii to 13; Laguayra lOi to COr t r.r. gj H.) cte . Manilla tit °cANUbKB—*Tal low 1-) « 13; Hull s patent 14; CA.MJi.r- adamantine So a Jl. Jackson s Sperm »> * n *" ' cents on board for good mix j 810 H cents tor blacksmith's ed, fine tna nimy, # °r»>RN has decline*!- Sales du; ing the week at 50 to 53 cents, aid the market dull. CORN MEAL —65 to 70 cents per bushel. {•LOUR— Since our last report the market has bern Jail and receipts light. A lew sale...

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

VOL. 3—NO 179 T i I'AILY DISPATCH ;4 3 a.. COWARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. > ;w PRINTING OFFICE, \Vi'»i rnraor Mnfn and I'ith Street*. fiili: undersigned having, at great expense, fit : I t.->d up fpleteaud new ea'allUnmeat. in- I t»i • r t;o'!:ct:rt the "Book nnd Job Printing it (nin;n si. it* branches, under the name W.J «:v-•< >'f Ci.i MMITT. FORK A CAMPBELL, p.. ; prut leal printers, and having bwo engaged iron, .-.vi> to nlno years past in tome of the best estßh :*hments in the city, we flatter ourselves that w S n competent to execute printing in a work oar so manner, and on a* reasonable terms as can iw< acUC: such as Check*, Blank)*, t'nrdu, 4 ircnlai«, Handbills, I.abe's, Bill Lieadn, rnniphle'* l , A " c ' &c We hi)pe, by attention to business, and faithful execution of work to merit, what we now solicit, » share ot public patronage. a »..*.e v WM. H. CLE MM ITT, L H FORK. OT H_l...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rw Th, circulation) of the Dally Dlapatch «*■ tb.l of all ,tbe Dally paper, ol Richmond combined- . KIOHIHON D . TA.i Manl>(> May 14. 1833. AI LKOAI).--GOOU NEWS. After the article which appeared in yesterday's paper on the subject of the Central Railroad had been prepared, we had the pleasure of an interview with Mr. Richard Apper,on President of the Lexington (Kj.) and Big Sandy Railroad- Mr. A. is a Virginian, ana live of the good old county of New Kent, and like all true Virginians, is full of solicitude and affection for bis native State. He tells us |h at the road of which he is President is now being surveyed, and the route is highly favorable for the work—that it will be completed very promptly -and he hopes that the Covington'and Ohio Railroad, if it should not be at the Big Sandy to meet the Kentucky improverjent as soon as it is completed, that it will at least be not far off, and that Kentucky and her mother, Virginia, will be at...

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

THE latest news VniUriON AL BY THE PROMETHEUS. The following are names oil he sufierers by enplosi-m of (Ik s Jenny Lind—killed, Nosh \ ipley, wife and four children, C. A. Shelton M rs * Kimball, Judge White, of San Jose, I'rs'nk B»n«orth, L P. Drake, Mrs. Page and r !,:|,i, Mr* Melvat, Mr. Carpenter, MrMur- ! hv, of San Jose, one lady, two stewards, and unknown —total, 21 Scalded—Win. r!, i!, if Wisconsin since dead; F. F. Collver, Rs'cine; R. A Wyinan, ditto.; 8. Harper, Fa., ~n i others making in all, 19. The wrrck ol t b e steamer »«! towed into the harbor on the iA coroner's inquest being held. \n attempt was made to fire the steamer \\ nfield Scott on the night of ihe 14th while «h<' "aslHvi ng nl ! ' IP wharf. Three trams of {(■iniluiftibtes 'a' l ' ' or 'he purpose, were discovered in sea-on to prevent the accomplish went of the design. The Democratic State Convention was to »i i! nicia on the 20th ot April. to nominate c''- tes for State officers. (Jo*. Bigj, r ...

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