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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH 1 HE NORWALK IRAGEDI. TI:KI>H' t ot ™ E JfRT. The corner's jury in the case of the railroad catastrophe at Norwalk, rendered their re.dict on Tuesday evening. They thus d»,cribe the draw ol the bridge where the catas'The NVw Vork and -New Haven Railroad crosses the harbor of Nor walk at walk, one thousand and the depot, upon a . , tondred the channel of the harb< r, a b u tment, w°, Ao., r h.—.i.u, ' rl! .Kuiment, and leaves, when upon a central fort each. This S care of William Harford, who wr.s ia t:.e employ meat of the company as bride" tender. IU .he regulations of the cornpan v, it was his duty to open the draw for passage tf bouts and vessels when they !-*j pass, without reierence to the time ihTn trains were due. This being supposed to be in accordance with Ihe paramount rights of those in the legitimate use of navigable waters and it was equally the duty uf those having lite management td trains up on the road to ascertain, before at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 May 1853

VOL. 3-NO ISO HMK DAILY DISPATCH S A. COWARDIN, Proprietoi. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor.^ \KW IKINTIMi OH UK, Wrat comer IMntn ntid I'ith Streets, j rfHE undermined having, at greatexpense, fit- | I ted u;> « i-.-inplete and new establishment, totem! conducting the "Hook and Job Printing -a »*' 'to brancheo, under toe name *B.i ftyie of CLEMMITT, FORK A CAMPBELL. radical printero, and having been engaged t'ri.inV.-e to nine years past in some of the bestesUh'.ihments in the city, we flatter ouroelveo that v nr.' competent to execute printing in a work mon'ike m*nn« -, and on ao reaoonabie termo as can be dene; such as Check*. Blank*. C*rd«, I irrulnts, llaadbllli, Late'*, Bill Ilcada, p milivlilet, Ac- iic We hope, by attention to business, and iaithful execution ol work to merit, what we now solicit, h share ol public patronage. P WM.H. CLEMMITT, L. H FORE. my n —lm J. HARVET CAMPBELL. A WORD IN SEASON. —MRS. DAWS' COI'GH ELIXIR—The prevalence of colds the present season, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ol the i a"r Diepeich «" JSeo.etder.bly that of «U.the Daily p.p.n ol Richmond combined. _______——==56 UICHMON V . VA, M«*id«y Morning, May 16. 1533. SOUTHERN PLANTER. Tbis we take to be the most interesting number that has vet appeared. The leading article, a review of Ruffin's essay on c.lc.re ous manures, by Mr. Willoughby Newton, will, of course, be read with at.eouor. by the whole farming public, both on account of the character of the two e*ntle men, and of the importance of (he subject to the general interests of agriculture. As it will be generally read, it seems to require no farther notice at our hands. The practical farmer will be much better able to appreciate it than we are. In this number the schedule of premiums to be awarded at the first annual Fair of the Agricultural Society is presented at length.— It embraces every subject connected with Agriculture, as far as we are able to see. We eaid, on a previous occasion, upon the authority of a member ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 May 1853

Terrible Accident and Loss of Life. N. V., May 13.—The building; - Msin street.occupied bv (be banking house c ? R o bin?on k Co., and Robert Cobb, undcr- ° vi k repairs, has just caved in, and the roof p \ety thins in every story »ns carried h i,) the ground. A number of persons Varied in the mins, and it is feared thut »> twenty workmen, and some of the oc« >i>ants of the upper story have perished. All " confusion and excitement, and several 'ij C d men are at work clearing away the ruins* SKCOSD DESPATCH* r ( > j A lo, May 13th.—Five men have been taken *'«t tuins «Hve, one with his j\ ciushed and otherwise severely in* Three dead bodies have also been re- ' Vi n one nt whom was John Huftord, masrsrpfnter, whose head was crushed. Whilst digging in the rear a man felt his • sn ,j ughtlv clasped by some one beneath the t ; ,c. Alter clearing away some of the rub--1 ahn was discovered jamned between the Hi ■= name is George Kinsley, and he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 May 1853

the daily dispatch CoT 'tiP*!'**** »flh« Dl«i»ntch. Washington. May 13-. For a week or two past, we have been visited with an nnusual spell of wet weather. ; h.,pe we have not too much of a gO«"J The farm ers have been busily engag-e Bnt ing their corn, ami attending to oth rf matters connected with th«tr purs ra ,j on , wet weather may. perhaps for a brief period; but the delay will not prove detrimental to the "S interests. markets with n Not folk i« 8S( an J other seaplentiful 'upply o' g bulch ers are asking gonabie esculents. f or "choce cuts" •he most exo b,,an ' ,he sudden fallofbeef. nliecmK. a of Cll(l | e ; JS| cents per ing oft in he 'f • jo cents the minimP Sis a poor one. The supurn. 1 greater ; but the butchers have Pt " Vn< tie)n set of speculators to monopolise the market, thus subjecting them to an extor,:nr f fom which they hope and believe to esenne by imposing upon the credulity and verdancv of our citizens. lam pleased to learn that manv of our housek...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 May 1853

VOL. S-NO m DAILY DISPATCH 'jA.I? A COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, v 1 W printing on us, n , »l cornrr Main nml Viih Street*. . ~tJ.-isii::.'" 1 having, at greai expense, tit--1 It, k com; ete and »kw establishment. in- \ : r.s thi' "Book tuiil Job Printing i» *<■ * l * tranche*, under the name *" d eVMITT. FORK. A CAMPBELL. ~ t , r fi tioal printers, and having been engaged f-.nVte to nine years past in some of the be*t es- .■ w'tits In the city, we Hatter ourselves that ( , competent to execute printing in a work- ... . rt.snner, and <>n as reasonable terms as can : . s ; .'h as rheeks, Hlunkw, t'wrcia, t'irruiai»• Handbills, I.ate'*,Bill Hrnds, , U,by attention to business, and faithful rx .,;tion e>f work to merit, what we now solicit, . op ot pubhc patronage. " § h WM. H CLEMMITT. L. II FORK. mT :_lm J, HARVEY CAMPBELL ~7~V, O I N MSA9H>>.— MRS DAWS' A i O; "H Fi.lXIR —The prevalence ot cold* tv , . tvo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 May 1853

THE nAILY DISPATCH. ot the Uallf r «; # STJider.bly«ha« of sll|U»e Dally paper. c» Bichroocd combined. jiICHJION 1> . * Ttie«tlny "'".'"t- W " T iy ' 18J3 ' IsubscrirnoN T<> ' IJ,K cE ' NIRAL railroad. We deem the success of the application for this object of such vital importance to the weltare of this city, that we should regard ouraelves having nrfilected a ,acred duty, d.d we stop short in oui endeavors to influence th, public mind in favor of a. As the arguments of those who oppose it arc ent,tied to coos.deration we propose to examine them wiih all ,he « andor of which we are masters. Ii has been said : First. That we are already overtaxed, the public burthens of the city amounting, at this time, to something like $1,500,000. If the proposed improvement were destined to have no influence whatever upon the value of that species of property charged with this debt—if real estate were to stand where it now is—if population were to halt or to fall b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 May 1853

THE LATEST NEWS Horrible Murder and Attempted Suicide Washington, May 15.—Robert A. Hawke, 51 t ws nger in the General Post Office,* cut his wife s throat at 10 o'clock I net nigh', an hour B'ier ihey retired, completely severing her windpipe and arteries of the neck, lie then made two or three cuts nt his own thront, but * as he says, prevented from killing himf( ;;' hy his wife knocking the razor out of hi* ;-and. Their dauehter, thirteen years of age, occupying an adjoining room, was awakened by she screams ot her mother, whojamped out oi bed and tan down erairs. Ilawke, in the. meantime, raised the front window, loudlv crying out, "I have cut my wife's throat and mv own, ami intend to cut my child's." Mrs. Hawke succeeded iu reaching the front dr or and attempted to speak, hut w as un able. The neighbors were aroused, and on gems: in found her on th«» floor in a condition, her husband standing over her, and exclaiming, "mv wife! my wife! 1 have cut her t;:n .!." H;s child was sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 May 1853

THF DAILY DISPATCH Dkai aor Jamkß West.—A lew days ago w< chtonicled the death of a woman nan ed Frances West. It will be recollected thathaving entered the yard of a dwel.iug o_i Ninth, near H. street,she fell to the ground from e*haustion.and ehotily alteiwards eipired, Irntn, as thecoroner s jury determined, exposure am intemperance. Her child, a en! ,^° r .• ve *!! , age, was uken in chnrg* by the le lie <• Protestant Orphan Asylum, while ! • was permitted to roam at large for 8 ' . was finally committed, as a vagi a . , Washington As, Inm. He, too. d:eJ on Wed oesday at that instiiu.ien.'.ct.m ranee. I hose individuals England, <=l'""e ofl.fr; moved in a highly re«P' rc<■■ . I„„ hnw <1..k Hi»av ti amip« ( ' s r' . f c . whom ti.'v ii.i»e .'e't un<"' che.ru.es of the world, and the **d hietory of her parents prove To* ful lesson to the enmmun.tv in wh.ch we j we |i _ \\a*hingtonßcputhc of Friday. I, a remarkable f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 May 1853

VOL. 3—NO 182 DAILY DISPATCH "/AS. A COWARPIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. \KW PRINTING OKKU'R, \Vr«t corner Mnln nnd I'Jih PUrceta. fIIHK underaigned having, at grc»< expeoae. fitI t« d up a complete and nkw e*tahli*hment ini,.. j c; miuotmg the "Hook ntul Job Printing Bnain***" in ail it* brancht*. under the name Mu "cLKMMITT, FORK A CAMPBELL. ii »-i acticai printer*, and having been engaged iroc "'re to nine yeara pa*t in acme of the beat eg1, iihmentt in th-i city, we flatter ouraeive* that yn> grp competent to eaeoute printing in a work u-n - it -. manner, and on a« reasonable term# as can Kp ,n' ne; auch a* Check*, BlnnUn, Cards, i ircular!.. tlnndbilla, Labe'a.Hill Beads, Pamf hlet*, *c. A.c \V> hope, by attention to buaioeca. and faithful execution oi work to merit, what we now solicit, a . «ro of public patronage. 1,1 WM. H. CLEMMITT, L. H FORE. n; U-1m J HARVEY CAMPBELL T~wTrul> I * REASON.— Mtttf DAWS' J± cOI 'iiJ ELIXIR—The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 May 1853

THE 1»A IL Y DISJPA TCH. ~ ry* '1 far circulation uf «b« i>a»ly gee^scooeid #, rßvly thai nf *^ p Daily Br * JMchrcutxi rffTsbined Ii H H HO > U . VA.i Wednf»diiy Morning IS, 1853. CEM'RiL KAILROAD We promised. yesterday. lo My more on this subject Jo-tin v. We cannot belter keep this promise than by considering the arguments which «"!'»* I'«»" an<l Citizen" has placed before the public in the columns of this paper. We th '■* * c caa settle ihein in a jeiy few words. "A Tax-P»yer and Ciiiz*n" is both erroneous and urjus: in hi* objections to a citv subscription to the sto<-k of the Central Railroad The cny is not in drSt $1,450,000 any more than a man wlioii«s infested §10,000 in a farm and own* the .inn, is in debt $10,000. Of the $1,450,000, the city owns $600,000 of the James River Can-tl stock, and no reasonable man will say otherwise than that this work is an annual benefi; to the. city of at least $36 - COC, which is the interest upo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 May 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. ? Watkinglon Affairs, Wa<hikgtok, May 16.— The Cabinet was ; 8 session hut a shoit time to-day. Mr. Marstates lhat h»i« opinions upon the subject of foreign appointments were given several days (go, as also were those of the other members of the Cabinet. The matter reata therefore entirely with thr President, who will probably pot make known his decision till the last of the week. H;s health is very good. Judge Mason arrived to day, and will inlineciateh enter on his duties; a« commissioner of patents. It is rumored that the administration has decide'! to support the position taken by Gray in regard to MeciHa Valley. The musical entertainments will hereafter take place at the President's grounds on Wednesday, and at the Capitol on Saturday evening. This change is made in order lo Mrs. Pierce, who does not wish to be disturbed on ine eve of the J>abbath. Fire at Corning, N Y. F.imira. N. V., Muv 16.—The extensive lumberyard of Mr A. Foster, in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. Tl»« Timet discussea Ihe course oftbe Democratic candidates in Bedford county,»» declaring themselvea in favor of the issue of »n> a soles provided they are made redeemable ai the branch banka. . , The Morning Matl mentions some oi J advantages that »ill result from the exteßsie »f the Central Railroad and the comp e" on lite Covington and Ohio Railroad. The Whiff notices the scruples of the De •ocracy of Virginia, with reference to rhe ••ption'of appropriation, for the tmprovement •f James River. The Enquirer call* upon the Democracy ot Ibe metropolitan district to turnout in all the.r ■(length at the ensuing election. CotuEBT Explosion—The last arrival from Livsrpoo! brings accounts of a coal mine explosion in the Old Park Colliery, Dudley, belonging to Lord Ward, which resulted in the death of six men and ihree boy«, and the inju ry of several others, one of whom afterwards died. It was caused by the accumulation if earluretted h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 May 1853

VOL. 3—NO m x Vk daily dispatch 7A3 A COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R PLEASANTS. Editor. v \v PKINTIMi OKFIt H, «>,'t fsrsor iMnln and 1 Street*. rai l i.- undersigned having, at great expense, fit I jup » complete and nkw eaublifhment. in,p 1 c r,.iurtin« the "Hook nnd Job Printitiii jtu»inr»«" 111 all us branches, under the name sad MM iTT, FORE A CAMPBELL. I , rs t printers, aud having been engaged iron; r.ve to nine years past in some of the beat es-UViihtr-uts in the city, we flatter ourselves that „v competent to execute printing in s work jjjunMi'- manner, nnd r>n a« reasonable term* as can jj,', luch m Chirka, Blank*, Cardt, ( Irculn 1 *. Handbills, l.nbe'n, BUI liendn, \\> r. if»e, by attention to business, and faithful ex >i of w»rk to merit, what we now solicit, « 4 -e of pub'.ic pationage. WM. H. CLEMMITT, L H FORE. mT U—lm J. HARVEY CAMPBELL. \V<YuT) l> - EA»ON—MRS DAWS' ( U! F.l.lXiß—The prevalence of colds...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. OT Tbe circulation ot the Dally DUpatch e*•m 4« considerably that of all the Dally papers ol Kiebmond combined. RICH WON P . V A.i !ttarnl«|, itlajr 19, 185.1. MEMPHIS CONVENTION. The meeting this evening to appoint de egates to represent this city in the Memp >'• Convention should be attended by the business men generally. It is an important meeting. CENTRAL RAILROAD. There is one circumstance connected with the proposed subscription to the Cential Railroad, which is worthy of especial notice, from i„ extreme ainguiarity. It is, that the entire Richmond press, daily and semi-weekly, concurs in recommending it, in the most strenuous terms. Such a thing as the concurrence ol Ihe whole press upon any one subject, has not, to the best of our recollection, been seen before since we first had anytl.ing to do with newspapers. We do not mean to say that the editors of newspapers are wiser or belter than other people. But they are naturally, and from the very ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 May 1853

THE LATEST NEWi ■""iJavTs*, &c. —We find but tittle news by p; 3f k Warrior, in addition to that given by •eVcrspb. Gen. Aiis'a arrived al Havana on ,f |( . English steamer Avon, from Vera Cruz.— f:;(• report of the sending of the common council of Tampico to Mexico for refusing to tli" authority ol Santa Anna, is , > r.e.l. The small pox and cholera were j»#ing a' Vera CrtiE. I'm: (iarbiukr Triai,.—ln the Gardiner rsW . on Tuesday, the counsil having agreed jnon the bills of exceptions, the District Attorney commenced summing up to thv> jury. He made a long argument, and, without coticludat tour o'clock gave wav to a iiiotion lor adjournment. Criminal Trials—Deaths. C,vciNNAri. May 16—Findlev, who was ~ t . i ei'ore Judge Merchant, on the t f r:eiv, was held to bail in the sum '"if K.ssaine's trial was continued till to "' 1 ' "' • i • \ -(. .re, an old merchant ot tins city - il\ at his house yesn-rday. Jesse j von, of the Hutchinson Family, died ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH THE TERRIBLE DISASTER AT SEA. Cap' lin Sienson, of «he ship William and Mary, lost a« sea, together with the mate fteond mate and si* of the crew, arrived at New York in the by which they were picked up. The following is a fuller ac, count of Captain Sten*on's statement than we have published: "At 7 A. M. on the 3d of May, strong bretzes, from the Sou»h Eiat, and cloudy * rather. Passcl the Hole in the Wall at 1- meridian , Stirrup Key bore South ten miles dieiant.— The weather subsequently became tine er, and the wind inched with « heavy sea. A sunset, saw nothing of the K*ys. Supposed we were weil to .he t \„nhward, after Steering West bv North, from twelve o clock merit,un. At 8 P. M. supposing ourselves to the iNorih w aid and Westward, by the Great Isaacs, kept the Ship West*aid bv South, and commenced heaving the lead. At H.o clock lound no bottom in twentv fathoms. At 810 the same. sAtB3O struck on a sunken rock, and hung about mid•hips, with ten fathoms of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 May 1853

VOL. B—NO IH4 [ OAIT-Y DISPATCH Tas A COWABDIN Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor, v-"\V PKINTINti OFFICE. H o.K.rnrr Main nn.l Wlh Mrcel*. fi- >k' undersigned having, at «r«»t expenw, «• 1 t>iup i complete and nkw esiablfthnwnt. inthe "HooU and Job Printing Bn.me"" mall its branches, under the name * ad,I ctKMMITT, FORE & CAMPBELL. ~,-aetira' printers, and having been engaged l to nine year, paet in .ome of the be. OS- . M.hm• nt. in lh- city, we flatter ourselves that competent to execute printing in a wotk- : <emanner, and on a. re..«n«bl».term, as can such a* « herUa. HlnnUa. < «rda, rtreniark, Handbills, • «tc a, Hill Heads, bv ' in, " s ' * r,d fal, , hr " l ~-cutionof wo kto merit, what we now solicit, s share of pubiic CI ,EMMITT, L H FORK. J HARVEY CAMPBELL. V > —MKa. DAWS' A COt'GH f'LIXIR —The prevalence of cold. fz, p-.-seD* s-as'ti, arising from ssdden changes or weather, has rendered extreme care nec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ry» The circulation ot the Dally Dispstcb e * •SeooaWerably that of all the Dally paper. ol Ricfaroom* combined. — rich MO N n a v A.« Friday M«rali«. l*l»y *0, === Thr W«Ul» Dispatch For Friday. Msy 80. la now ready and for sales £ IJ. I. C 0...... . .mount of Selected Miscellany. fcd,lor r Newt and General Intelligence- Price 3ci » tingle copy; fl per ar.num in sdvanco. THE SHORT TRACK. There ia aome opposition to the »« bscr to the Central Ra.lroad, we lean., o« the ground that the mean, of given to the cona.rucMon to Charlottesville. There is nu , . the importance of conducting tins road, but the only war to ensure .1. construction .a ,oextend the Central Railroad to Kbi western .. Of what t»enetat will the short road terminus, ut wn«« , be if we do not get the western extension T— When the Central Road and the Covington and Ohio road (which ia, indeed, but a continuation of the Central road) are completed, the one track of the Central road from this city to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 May 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. Massachusetts legislature. Boston, May 17.—1n the House to day, a nl ,,(ion to reconsider the resolve appropriating 110,000 for the erection of a monument to Webster. was rejected bv a vote of 115 to l'-JO. ['he ien-hour law passed the House to day b» 17 majority. Destructive Sfrrm Boston, Mnv 18.—A destructive hail storm T i«itPil the towns of Dearborn Kingston, [Sfdban port, <Sce., yesterday afternoon, doing immense damage. Fire at Syracuse, X. F. Syracuse, May 17.—The I'rewery of J. T. Barker, oil Catharine street, with us con trnls and the adjoining dwelling houses of Mr Barker and Mia. Horner, were destroyed bv fire this morning. Sentence of a Murderer. Philadelphia, May 18.—James O'Neill, convicted of the murder of Sollie, was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment to-day. .' rf hi nee of Col. tiadsilen Cihki mon, May 18.—Col. Gadsden has j , ..-up iv i., et pied his appointment us Minislei lo .•!> XltO. Convicted of Murder. Boston, May 18—Ca...

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