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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 June 1853

fm dailTdlspatch " Mfroi * am* Ckueltt.—A most touching inJancf heroism,and one of the moMauoeiouta * of cruelty, the truth of which is vouched for by th- m**t respectable authority , occurred during; the Colombian »< r , Independence. The Spanish General MotMo, me mo«t bloodthirsty and treacherous I the Spanish King. who was created L<>u Carthagenia and Marqtiiade la Pueria, • vices which rasher entitled him to miction ol" butcher or hangman " |ij|u in bis tent on* day, be sa * a boy , drowned in tears. The Ch.e demanded him for what purpose he was t• . The child replied lh»< he ''Tsouer m Mur.fthe of his father, then a prisoner ,n ,o 'What can yon do to save your fatherT' ask- ' Verbal little, but what I can shall be Morillo seized the little fellow s ear and vnu 'would VOU suffer your ear to be taken off to procure your fathers liberty 1 T certainly would, the undaunted re- P 'a solJier was accordingly called and ordered to cut oil the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 June 1853

VOL. 3--N0 200 the daily dispatch J AS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGS K. PLEASANTS, Editor. NEW PRINTING OFFICE, Wen earner 3?ntn n*>«l i'-ith Street#. nVwK undersigned having, »t great expense, fitI ~.j „p ; complex and new establishment, inthe " Hook nnd Job Printing j\n»ine«*" in ail its branches, under the name wJ "'oII'MMITT, FORE A rAMPRELL. R»int i>r"cfiea) printers, and having been engaged from fire to nine years past in some of the bestestab'.lshmenU in ihe city, we flatter ourselves that W v »<-,> competent to execute printing in • workmaniiSe manner, and on »« reasonable term* a* can be dne; such as Chwlis, Blank*, r.ards, I | r <-u!aim. linn<*billß, Lnbe'a, Bill UcadS) Pnmi.blets, Arc. 4cc We hope, by attention to business, and faithful P*«COUon of work to merit, what we now solicit, ..hare of public CLEM MITT. L. H FORE. mvll-lm J HARVEY CAMPRELL. J— * RATHAIKO.N, KOK fKt£. Is SEKVING, RESTORING AND BEAUT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 June 1853

THE DAILY^ISPATCH jof *< glcbmrtid combined9 == ====^V = UM O N MTVA.' Werfntadfty WILL THERE BE WAITWI 1 H MfcXlC° f .. The proceedings turn to Mexico, have been . very general recover (hefefore looked interest to the signs looked wit hill|f , o o, through means of Iw?•"J* £ Gen. FierceV government. In .£„dav «.ornin S -« i-ue find an wr'lten, apparently, with great care, in which fhe writer expresses the hone and belief that tbe conclusion of the Republic, that the pro cceding* of Santa Anna present "all the preliminaries," "is premature and without foundation." He says that while the occupation of the Mesilla valley by Tiias was a very foolish and a very insolent act, while, under ihe treaty, no line has been run which this government can recognise, while it is an admitted fact that the Mesilla valley has always been apartol'New Mexico, vet Mexico, from her weakness and distraction, is in no position to provoke to ultimate measures the government of the United States. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. " A K til VA I. OF THB CANAUA. ONE WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE. Hamfai, June 6—12 P. M.—The steamer Canada has arrived, with Liverpool dates to >1 ay 28th. J ENGLAND. The steamer Pacific arrived out on Tuesday, the 24th nit. 'J n Parliament, on Friday, Lords Clarendon and Russel stated that the French and English \mbassadors were acting in concert at Constantinople, and that the integrity of the O tonim Empire would be preened. They ) io i, d Kus*i« would insist on nothing incom natibie therewith, but in the piesent state of tne question thev could give no further indication it the course of the British Government. The Adelphi Theatre at Edinburgh had been ' 'kossnth attended a meeting of the Society of the friends oi Italy at London, but made no speech. . y .ni had arrived in England. <> ■' - iu-, the Irish rebel, had escaped 11oni > n*n«ita,and was on his way to America. T *•£ "*< n will visit the Dublin Exhibition...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH A"Fj r" Age.—The following is toogccd to t>e 10-1. It illustrates one of the ties of this 'fast age:' An old lady in Cincinnati had a large quantity of bacon to ship to New Orleans, where ahe was going herself to buy supplies. She stipulated with the captain of a steamer that he should have her freight, provided h« would not race during the trip. The captain consented, and the old lady came aboard. Alter the second day out, another steamer was seen «tose astern (with which the captain had been racing all the time) and would every now and then come up to the old lady * boat, and then fall back again. The highest exc.tement prevailed among the passengers, as. tlie two boatw continued for nearly a day almost side by side. At lost the oi l lady, partaking of the excitement, called the captain and said. Lap i.m vou a n'tgoin to let that thar old boat 1 •i-'ii,",? M " 1 «rn# «« I agreed not to race.' 'Well,you can : tb« ->•1 "»«•;;»« u„r ; i.n to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 June 1853

VOL. 3—NO 201 the daily dispatch IAS- A- COWAR DIN, Proprietor. BtJOS R. PLEASANTS. Editor. NKW I*UINTINO OFFICK, W<*«t corner !»!«tn nnd riihß«r*ets. niiir; undesigned having, *t great expense, lit 1 t. d up a complete *nd sew establWhment in-tffi-.dc r.iucttng the "Book nnd Job Printing in ail its branches, under the name m " a *'rJ.EMMITT, FORE A- CAMPBELL. B=>ins i -ctical printer*, and having beea engaged from iiVe to nine years past ia some of the bestestab.i'btr.- Nts in the city, we flatter ourselves that war* competent to execute printing in a work macliXe manner, and on as reasonable term* «• can be dene; such as Checks, Rlnnkn, Cardu, t Irrulnin, I!anrfbillu, Lobe's, Bill Heads, Pamphlets. &c. Ac We hope, by attention to business, and faithful execuu. n of work to merit, what we now solicit, a share cf public patronage. WM. H. CI.EMMITT, L. H FORE, mvll—lm J- HARVEY CAMPBELL. KATHAIRON, FOR fRKSi SERVING, RESTORING AND BEAUTIFYING THE HAI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ol Um Daily DUpatcb exof *" Di'y^ rio ' lUetiiroDi) combined- ... . VA.i Th«r«dny RUSSIA AND TURKEY. T h. »,0.. hnr•°"r:z: , °X from Europp by lh» I"" 1 • mTa r p..™,. tain from the announcer don, .nthe House of Lords, and Lord John Russell in the Commons, that trance and England are not yet prepared to permit ,he great Northern boa constnetor to swallow the Turkish Empire. Ihe enjoyment of ,bat delicious meal may, therefore, be regard ed as indefinitely postponed, unless it be considered advisable to try conclusions with both these mighty powers. Nicholas is an ambitious man, and has long had his eye fixed upon Constantinople. But he is also a prudent man, and will not be apt to incur the risk of offending two such powers for the sake of plucking a few years earlier than he probably thinks he would otherwise pluck, the golden fruit which smiles so temptingly from the shores of the Bosphorus, seeming to say to him, as the serpent said to Eve, "pluck and eat." We ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. thevbky latest foreign si'.wa. The following is the latest intelligence, principally by from Pari*, brought by (he steamer Canada: TURKEY AND KI'MIA. A despatch from V enna. dated the 26ih of May, states thai MeOfcchikofl". th«< Russian Ambassador, baa left Constantinople. A previous despatch states that the eight day* given by Jklensch koff to the Sultan to accede to the Russian ultimatum had expired without arrangement, and that Menschikoff was then on board the steamer prepanng to leave, so that the announcement of his departure ia probably correct. Kt'dschid Pacha, the anti-Russian statesman. htJbeen appointed, by the Sultan, Minister of" foreign Aftairs. A dispatch from Paris, dated 19th, states thit the Russian troops were receiving rein lorce.menta, and uflairs were deemed very critical V Turkish vessel had been sent with import r.nt '-T nf < l"** to the Governor o( Jerusalem end i'- F ench Consul at Jerusalem. t rn h fleet is said to ha...

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

TtfF DAILY DISPATCH \Va*hingU>n A fain Was- ingto!«, June ".—The examination of the cl rks in the Department of the Interior has commenced. f ,. . The following are the names of t.mse "P pointed to examine clerks in Interior Department : Pension , n ,j 8. Williams, of the General L«nd - , . ian Thomas E. Mix, of the Indian j Office—Sam'l Cole, of the Pension Offi^nd Chas. S. Frailer, of the General Land omce^ General Land Office— Geo. L. of U)p Interior Department, ". d ,^ n ,"office- Joseph Interior Department Par om , R S. \V ilson, j Department. Indian p.lebetie, Frailer, of the Gen Department P Mix, of the Indian OfS'iSsSSSSc*- 01 r™.io. offlc Thej-e has beea con-iderable anxiety amongst oewlv appointed clerks in reference to the "xaminaiion. None will be parsed who are fl „i qiuiiried ns regards scholarship and inteleciuality. . , {Some contention has arisen in regard to the position of commandership of the steamer Princeton, between W. W. and Charles Z. Hunter. The ...

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

VOL. 3—NO 202 THB DAILY DISPATCH "jAS. A- COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH H. PLEASANTS. Editor. NKW PKINTIMO OFFU'K, \Ve»t rornpr 3!ntn nnd l*.ith Street*. undersigned having, at great expens«. fitI U p a complete and nkw establishment interul c mioetirig ?be nnd Job Printing ItnoinrxM*' in all its branches, under the name , B J *^'" I , j.' r MMTTT) FORK 4 CAMPBELL. B*in« practical printer*, and having been engaged trr.m five to nine year* past in some of the bestesÜb'i*Htn» nU in the city, we flatter ourselves that w are competent to execute printing in a workmanlike manner, and on as reasonable terms as can ho dine: such as Check*, Hlnnk*. Curds, < Irculmi«, ilnndhilla, l,nbefa, Bill lleada, Paiii|>h!em,ic. kc We b ,e. by attention to business, and faithful execution of work to merit, what wo now solicit, a share of tublic patronage. ' WM.H. CLEMMITT, L. H FORK. J. HARVEY CAMPBELL. I %-(»>"•* K ATHAI RON, FOR FKKIi SERVING, RESTORING AND BEAUTIFYIMi TH...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rSf The circulation ot the Dally Dispatch amconrfderably that of all the I»»ly papers o» Richmond combined- men MONO . T A.i Friday Rlaralag, J»»* 10, 1£33. AFFAIRS OF CHINA. The Canada brought dates from th .s remote country to the 11th of April inclunve, rom which it appears thai the American, renc 1 •nd English ships of war on the coast have, at the urgent request of the l-.mperor, an upon a requisition from the Chinese authorities, con tented to guard Nankin, Shanghai, and the mouth of the great cmal against the rebels. The aisociation of the American fleet in this engagement has excited the alarm of the London Times, snd it warns the Americans of the danger they will incur should they follow in the footstep* of Great Britain and appropriate the Chinese Empire, in an article from which we select the following paragraph : "It is a rather suspicious circumstance that just now, when their very smait missionaries have given the Americans more intelligence of the ...

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

the latest news. %|)l>7riO.NAl, BY THE EL DORADO. j. !r resc'ei swill find some interesting details f California incidents on the first page. We in the p*per« received last evening some additional items. The firemen who attempted to blow up the « , rra Nevada were named Brofey and Scot- \mong the persons who perished at the time of ihe burning of the Roseitee House fother «peil it RassetrJ was Mr Hubbard, of [r \; Other building* on Bushe and Hansom were buint. Loss estimated at $124, terrible affray had ocr.ured at Santa Bar a party of squatter!" and Si.priff y, \V First, asaised by a party of citizens— on 1 of wh>f«n, named J- A. Sidall, m Justice of th" Pete.-, was shot dead. Sheriff First was i''v wounded. An intense excite m ,i ; ,!. during which the revenue cuter Vni-.s • 'he commander of which rV red to render assistance to (be , t '!i ficiiement Still continued at the , tuii «. I'lie affair grew out of an at- ,, t , ~'j i « squatter named John Power. j....

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. iIICIUiOND HARRETK, fjr ikt *etk ending Thursday Evening, June 3. [CAREFULLY CORhKCTXD.j BACON —Virginia cured, hog round, bring* Pfto 10ct«; old We»t°rn and Baltimore Side* 74 to 8 cent*; Shoulder. to 6X et»; new Sidul?} lo ctt; Ham* 12X to 13 CU; new Shoulder, it to 7| cent*. BUTTER i* dull F-rkin 12 to 16 cent* per lb.; Goehen 18 to 23 cent*. CORN scarce at 55 to 57 cent*. CORN MEA L—«s to 70 ccnta per bushel. FLOUR-Ha. ruled dull dining the ™<? rote a tew aalea on the Baa:n at $4* to 84j; and 84| to 85 in Store. TOBACCO—Market ha* been well .upplted during the week, and tha lower grade, were «ull at a dtwrtne; but the finer qualtti.* ill demand. Sale* range fUn 83* to #5 tor Lug*; good to med.um $bi to 68}; One 810 to 830. WHEAT—The mill* being clo*ed, but *mall receipts, and sale, at CI to 81 05. OATS—3B t045 cw. per bu*hel,for ordinary Vir ainia • Prince Edward island black 65 cent*. OFFAL Bran !2a15 cts. per bu»)iel; Short* 18 «ent«; ...

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

VOL. 3—NO 20:? THE DAiLY DISPATCH JA i3, A COWARPIH. Proprietor. EUOH I*. PLEASANTS, Editor. ' NKW PRlMriNti OKFIt'K, ,r r ,l rnrncr >lnln ami lttth Streets. riIHK «o.?»-r»igned having,at great expense, fit I I-..1 up m d tiiplete and x*w <*tabli»hment intend c ndoct'ns the"Book nnd Job Priming Bttsine** " in all its branches, undor tba name Wli MM ITT, FORE A CAMPBELL. R*»n« t rwcticai printers, and having been engaged from tire to nine years past in some of the beat ea-tobUshnx-nts in th < city, we flatter ourselves that we are competent to execute printing in a work —janiikf manner, and on a» reaaonab.e terms as can K"» done; *u"h h« Blank** i urea, <'irrnlai «. Handbills, Lube's, Bill Heads, Ac. A e We hope. by attention to business, and faithful execution of work to m»rit, what wo now solicit, a share of pubiic patronage. asnare k , WM H CLEMMITT, L H FORK, ms 11—lm J. HARVEY CAMPBELL. YTTn KAT H A iTt ON, fO K "pHh.. i SERVING, RESTO...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ear The ctrculatiou of lite Dally DUpstcb «"*• eeeSs cootidersbly that of *11 tbe Dally papers of Richmond combined. RIGIIMON U . VA.t Pal a-day iUernins, J«nt H» COLTBENTON TO THE PEOPLE OF MISSOURI. Col. Benton has written a long letter to th« people of Miasouri upon what he calls the • great central highway from the Mississippi to the Pacific." He publishes, along with it, two letters, one from Antoine Leroux, a rative of St. Louis, but for many years a resident of Taos, New Mexico, and another Irom Colonel Fremont, relative to the best route for the contemplated highway. From the letteis, of course, he arrives at the conclusion that the Mississippi terminus should be St. Louis, and he sustains his position by arguments somewhat better than are generally us id in support of a foregone conclusion. He says, on this oute theie'is not a mountain to be climbed, Bor a river or swamp to be crossed, nor a hill to be tunnelled—that there is wood, water and soil for con...

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

THE LATEST NEWS Tht Memphi* Convention—Third Day. VtMPHim June B.—-The committee lo day reported resolutions in favor of direct trade tbe Pacific isilrond, the Tehuantepec route, manufactures, education, and steamers from Southern ports. An address to Congress concerning ihe fiee navigation of the Oronoco, ha Plata, ami Ar.tazon rivers w as also presented. I'he following are the resolutions regarding ,j„» I'scilic railroad: j it . Jierofted, That a railroad from the Mississippi to the Pacific is demanded not only by commensal and individual interests, but also by the interest* of the whole nation. 2d. Resolved, That so soon as the surveys, recently ordered by Congiess, shall be completed, the General Government should adopt such steps as shall insure the completion of the main trunk at the earliest possible period. 3d. Resolved. That as the General Government i»«ipected to construct but one track, it should tie located on the route which scien the expirations shall show to possess t...

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

the daily dispatch fVovKL k «D Great Intention.—A corrcß. iion.!*nt, a«*« «he Boston Tost, sends the folJ jwing account of a safety-car, the tesult of hi* ingenuity, which we publish for the Bpprova o! the public "The pests, on which the passengers are lo rest cn pistons, which P ,?, °n«' play into cylinder?, which cylwdeir« charged with gunpowder, which g i .<1 to be touched off with (.«««''» hummers, which cap* and ham |o hg eo nil united by rods, wt, ich rod ,hm f when sr-sxr«;. •«- «„j». or fir™, through the top of era. ~w»ead of being orowned or dashed to pieces in them. ?r will he necessary that the top of the car, i t)C (ea<! of being covered w.lb boards, should be covered wiih thin cloth or canvan. through which anv human head of ordinary thickiies* of skull will penetrate with perfect ease I would also suggest as a fuither improvement, that a parachute be plnaed directly over the h< ail ol every passenger, so that in being fired up through t...

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

VOL. 3—NO 204 THE DAILY DISPATCH JAB. A. CGWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH H. PLEASANTS. Editor. TYO v"'*~H \T 11AI "ON, FOR PKKLj SERV!\(J, RESTORING AND BEAUTIFYING THh HAIR. —The KalhairtjO neutralize* the pff.tet* of Dlwaf". Climate and old na>>, in re*tor Inn the fcar an hair, and after a baldness of IS l r , r <. the bead from Dandruff and iU Bs'-Jral -r.t '. iliea; will cure the Nervous Head»ck"\ dof the *kln, such a* Scald Head, Krv*ipe!s e - tc; aid i* the rao*t desirable Toilet Article for Ladies'or (reotlemea's use, in the world. i< exhale* the perfume of the most d'-li-cl fl .wt r* and besnsr free from rancid oil or col oring pr.:p«rti» •• cive* the hair that soft, rich, curlIds Auyex" obtained by no other preparation. Th' 1 use ! th» Hatha iron is adopted by the first Physicians n Europe and America, and has a sale ar.i unprecedented la the history of the MrMria Mtd c* Words alone are superliuous; a trial only e.i'i attest its real v...

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

THE TIAILY DISPATCH. JTJ&SSis «< S £&«%£% Hefamood cotnbfDed- - gICHNOND . V A.i Mondar Maralst, Jsae *-3, ISS3 1 CHINA. In order that our readers msy hat* • 1 e information possible upon the Chinese qu*^ ,ion, which seems to be in ai failt*V out the most interesting of the age. the article from the London 1 imes, we made sn extract the o,h^ r d rons sume the intervention of these had reference only to the protec to tv in the great commercial cities ot Shaog y . J I Nankin. So far, at least, as ha , Canton and Nan Kin. - > ,he American >qu.dron » concerned we feel assured that no political interference has been practised- The complacency w.tlt which the Time, speaks of the peculiar aptitude, of John Bull for soothing the feelings of the vanquish ed so as to make them love their chains, will be'a subject of merriment to us.irt this country, to know how modestly he is wont to deport himself to the vanquished: From the Loudon Tim...

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

Arritml of the Philadelphia—More Gold Coming. New Orleans Jan* 10th.—The steamer Philadelphia ha* *ffi»ed here from Aspiuwall, which place she left on the 3d. She bring* a large number of passengers. The Philadelphia connected wi.h the John |„ Stevens, which left Son Francisco on the 16th tilt., with 250 passengers. The shipments of gold by the Illinois, to pettier with that of the El Dtrado, aod that via the Nicaragua route, amounts to nearly three million dollars for the fifteen days ending 16ih of M»y, exclusive of a large amount brought arid oeing forwarded in the hands of passenger. , , . The general news from Panama is unimpor lant. , . , The steamer Illinois was to leave soon with $1,600,000 worth of gold and 300 passengers for New \ ork. . Tlse heaiih ot the Isthmus was good. No other news of moment beyond what has already been sent. Georgia Appointment*. \V.*«hi>cto», Juße 10, —The following app,,in; • • - t;«ve lu-en made for Georgia: {»,,• • t'ohen, postmaster ...

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