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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 13 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH Uetali .tout —In company, an English la dv half-i .:ul»rlr, ofcour«e, •imbued • * er y pfilito re .d.ness for wine lo the daughters of tfi«. *1 beii-ve that in Ireland,'she observed, it w quite ciMoMrjr for a lady, >f she only caches the eye of a gentleman earnestly di reeled to her at the dinner table, to sav. r'tn. iftou please.' Promptitude is the order it tte day. ' Ves,' replied an Irish lady, not o»ere pleased with the insinuation, and deterni'n ' 10 repay it with interest, 'and the promP' tikes another direction in your coun .. • •How do you meant* -Why, when au Engl sh I -dv find,. • fenileman'a eye upon her at the table, I understand she sveris herwuntenanw, and, blushing, says in her gentlest tone, You Blast ask papa." Thf CiuroßtiiA N«ws appears to fce.s favorable, or even more so, than ever. Tfj" avsiemof cansling the dry dtgntng. has | een found h.ehly beneficial, and the amounts dug out, it is °r e bevonJ calculation. The Cslifornia Chronicle aays...

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. — 14 June 1853

VOL. 3—NO 205 THE DALLY DISPATCH JA.3. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. f vin'9 KATHAIRON, FOR PRE JL BE*Vl\i:>. RESTORING AND BEAUTIFY IN<? THE 1* MR.—The Kathalron neutralise* the efiecU of Dilute, Climate and old are, in restor tag th. human hair, and after a baldness ot 12 •years; cle«n?es the head from Dxndrurt and its uat-jral '•n;)uriti»s; will euro the Nervous Head ache, disea«i-s of the skin, such as Scald Head. F.rysl;)': ». Ac; ar.d Is the most desirable Toilet Article for Ladies'or Gentleraeu's use. in the -world. It exhales the perfume of the most deli d us flow, rs and being free from rancid oil or col tjring properties, gives the hair that soft, rich, curl ing appearance obtained by no other preparation. TUe use of the Kathairon is adopted by the first Physician* m Europe and America, and has a sale and patronage unprecedented in the history of the M.turia Medic*. Words alone are superfluous; a trial only can attest its real virtue, as iU mill...

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. — 14 June 1853

THK DAILY DISPATCH. C= eWPTbP circulation ol U»*» Dally Oiapaich ««• - JsTcon«i<i»'.-»bly that of all Uie Drily paper* of Ricbroood combined- ==- EICDMOND . VA.« Tneadny Morning, Jnne 14. ISB3. FAIRFIELD. -THE RACES, &c. During the regular races at Fa.rfie.d, we were unable to auend. From our contempo rarie. of-he prefS, however, and from other ■ourceo, we learn that there was a deeded im provement -ince las. f»H. we have every reason to believe that its process w,II not be inteirupted. First. We have now a large Jockey Club ; its members, we have been told, amount to one hundred and fifty-fifty more than was at first anticipated. The names are those of persons who stand tespectably in society, almost we be lieve without exception. The great detidera turn, therefore, of good purses has been ob tained. These will bring good horses, and a large accession to the club, most certainly, and thus furnish the elements of future pros perity. Let us have the purses, aud we will venture...

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. — 14 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS THK KEWIS 11V THE PACIFIC Enough was given in our telegraphic dis pg-ci, \e«terd«y morning, although prepared Ht a late hour, to show that the foreign new# by the Pacific waaof the highest importance. We extract from the papers received last evening, »ome additional items, and give in more detail some of those published yesterday. Eisc.! am).—An interesting discussion in the House ot Lords had occurred concerning the conduct of the Captains General of Cuba in regard to tie slave trade. Alt the Captains are implicsteJ except Conchr. and Valdet — Canedo i> deeply guilty- Spain had been re menstrated with, and had promised amend !-'<>ut. but the British fleet off Cuba will be strengthened. ], e steamer La Plata had arrived Irom Vera Ciuz«i'h Arista on board. Tin t had beiti considerable arrivals of gold from Australia, but no late news. hi» rumored, but doubted, that Mr. Cramp ton vv I' removed, as British Minister, from \\«s!«e<r ! nm» a better port. Tt »&g...

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. — 14 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH Cot; «»p«ndeacc »f »** WA«hikgton, J un « ,A No removals or appointment* of \'}W° r J are being mide,ju»l now. It is < . all projetted removals will occur on the Ist o of the Bureau, the of clerks i • going on daily. J h'* menu it in taiJ, is in conformity with «*> - jj of the law of the last aeaa-oD of Congreo, or tleriig n reorganisation of the dcpurimenti, and a clarification of the clerks i >'' • Mnnv smusintf accounts « r « given of , ' ie ' re D l" $ tomewag., to questions of the moat simple an I foolieb character, which are s-ud Z ,ien examined. One tvss asked to £r,K.p.«« °»«"" and - he re « ,i,e<i «*>•« Holland had m> capital «t present, a, it had been taken by the Dutch .. Several of the older clerka have refused to alleging thai if their labors in the. service ol the government for years past, do not lurnish sufficient evidence of theirfaith fulness and ettteieucy as clerka, then they shall feel honorably bound to resign their official...

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. — 15 June 1853

VOL. 3—NO 206 THE DAILY DISPATCH /AS. A- COWARDIN, Proprietor. BTCTOH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. IYON'M K VTHAIKON, FOR PRE. J SERVING, RESTORING AND BEAUTIFY -ING THPHAiR.—The Kathairon neutralizes the of Disease. Climato and old age, in restor ing the human hair, and after a baldness of IS y-<«>r«; cleanses the head from Dandruff and its csttsra! impurities; will cure the Nervous Head oche. diseases of the skin, such as cal l Head. Erysipelas. 4c; and is the most desirable Toliel .Article for Ladies' or Gentlemen's use, in the w rid it exhales the perfume of the most deli cious rs and being free from rancid oil or col ons properties, gives the hair that soft, rich, curl ins appearance obtained by no other preparation. The use of the Kathairon is adopted by the first Ptorsiclans in Europe and America, and has a sale »»nd patronnsre unprecedented In the history of the Altarria .'Jedica. Words alone are superSuous; a trial ou\y f«n attest its real virtue, as its million friends will...

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. — 15 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. L OT The circulation q| «»« Dally Dispatch e*- ««Sis eoesWersbly that of all Ifae Dally papers of Aiahntoad combined. KICHMON D . V A.i Wednesday Msrat»X< Jaae 18, 1883- THE FOREIGN NEWS. The newa by the Pacific ia deeply interesting. The late of the Ottoman Empire is more doubt fal Chan ever. There could be no doubt ol.the ability of England and France to save iti but in spite of Lord Clarendon's declaration, it seems doubtful wheiher the former power w,II throw her weight into the scale. If she does it will be the first time, in spite of her often repeated declarations, that she has ever inter fered to save a victim from the fanga of abso lutism. She wa>ed war for twenty-five years 19 scourge the enfranchised nations of Europe back to their chains, but ahe haa never yet wagged a finger in favor of the rights of man. The attitude which Loui* Napoleon haa taken, however, affords some consola'ion. He tells the Russian Ambassador that if his master at tacks 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. — 15 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEVV^ KVCLARD. A report j retailed at Berlin that Prince Frederick William, heir apparent of Prussia. i« tl.e husband elect of the Piineess Royal of England, and that the pair will soon beafli anced. The Princess is 13 years olage. Ihe story had no currency in Britain. The celebrated Achilli case,' the Queen vs. Dr. Newman," has been finally Dr. Newman paving nil the costs. Achilli'a cost* were tun "P 10 an immense sum, nut were taxed at £1034. Dr. Newman's own expen ses were very large—much larger than Achil las. KRANCE. Ex-King Jerome had resigned the Governor shii ot the Invalid** into the hands of General d 'Om a no, and proceeded to take «p his quar ters in the l'alass Royal. SPAIN. It is considered "official" that the Queen of tain is I'l mi interesting way. PRUSSIA. T rurriaee of the Princess Ann. neice of th<- K.-i* «>' Prussia, with the Prince Frederick ©i 11-ss- C*-»el, »as solemnised at Chariot lenburg ou fit h ult. The King liber...

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. — 15 June 1853

THE I)AILY DISPATCH Sw.rr "I. -De.o B*% wli 'e on i journey, and stopping at S. Jl mUaot. John, who. * |he way. xvti* %s as his master J his boors. John brought up the C *~•«. i«g " am<; state as they were taken ofl lbs e*< '""Why didn't you poli«b niv too'-- the Di-an. .heirs" replie'l "There's no use in . ( |j fl v sgain." the man, "for i hey would won e , 01 , "Very true." said the , uf dl)W0 10 the boots. f« m edisielje ~0 ac cotint to th« landlady, and told n j u enn R We his -"rant «Hr rt>i , l(ie horses out. breaktasied am. ,h "' j u hn ran to him in a As he was ready to *«" b nfjMu't get my breakfast yet." us^o'yo" 1 ; hreai' fasting; for you would be ha | t)S ho finii"' his theory thrown bnckon him ac|f sui-miited to (ha privation with the same fn cisc «« d'' l hig l,iaster wuh 1,18 boa, »- *,° v r0l ) P , the in front rending his prayer book, the mau behind at a respectful dis tance, when they were met by a gentleman, who. alter eyeing the Dean very closely, accos...

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. — 16 June 1853

VOL. -3--NO 207 THE DAILY DISPATCH JA* a CCWARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor.^ "■ogjT E^gagsagE^lß IMPORTANT AND CHE! RING NEWS! t'ARISKN <Sfc H IMi'H STEAMSHIP EX I' RES S, f>r RoaNOKK AND JAMESTOWN. R1 !)U Ell KATKS AND INCREASED EXPEDI TION. & c ac proprietors hnving arrangements 1 for the stl'l better dispatch rf the',r Express by tfat> st»>srri«bins i?oanoke and Jamestown from H-w York, they wish to keep it bet<>re !h« public, tfcst PAH'S' N A KING S POPULAR SOUTHERN £\PRE-" i S is always on hand tor the accommoda ton i f vh<*i r Iriecds, at the lowest rates and unp*. r& U U 3 fU patch- their Express leaving New York, is c«x.-r* ; lr de.ivored at almost every point of Vir c't;s in -? hours, and throughout North Carolina in 56 hi and at f rtyper cent below the old HUM BUG MONOPOLY PARIS 1 N Jt KING' 3 facilitk * for the expeditious transports!! a ot Freight and Packages, cannot be b ,! it by ar.v expross company in existence, and they det...

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. — 16 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. r»r The circulation ot the Daily Dispatch «*• consWf mblf that of all the Dally papers ol Richmond combined- RlCliitlON U . V A.i Tlim4ir Morning, Jane il, IMS. REMOVING THE BARS. Our readers are aware that the Council, at its last session, reported a resolution for add ing $12,000 to the sura already provided by the General Government (f19,000) to be ap- propriated to clearing out and deepening the channel of the river. Col. De Russey, the United States Engineer employed in the sur ▼ey, reports that |31,000 will be amply suffi cient to give us fifteen feet of water, and that will be enough for all reasonable purposes. Thus, then, we may look forward with cer tainty to the period when our harbor will be enabled to meet, in a great degree, the com merce which the completion of the Central and Danville roads and the Canal will bring us, in unteld quantities. Two other plans are presented, both of which will be completed, beyond all doubt, at some future day, and bo...

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. — 16 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS Isife and Important from Hue no* Ayret. Boston, Jun» 14th—By an arrival we have Buenos A* tea dates of April 24th, being three wP . ks Inter. Letters male thai alt attempt* ai conciliation had failed, and that formidable [-reparations were making on both sides. The |?ufn°* A* rep Government have issued $12,- COO.OtIC additional funds, ard have proclaimed nmitial la*'. The custom house and other of aces «te closed. and all able hodied men have been required to bear arms. Urquiza, on the ! Mb. recommenced the *iej{e of the city, and on the 24th provision# had become scarce and n Jrnistid. He al«o threatened to blockade the but the Buenos Ayreans hoped to • rr*« »' ih' s by the intervention of foreign pow ers, Wntra work and much bloodshed is ex j ected. I'oubloons are quoted at 337. II ashington Affairs. Washington, June 14—The examination of the clerks in the office of the Register of ,}, e jV'.surv commenced to-day. Messrs. Bi£S fr * Jones. Chief Clerk, and Over ton....

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. — 16 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH Ttov omd«i> OurriT. — I'ha following it he I .idal trout**** of Princess Aon, of .Austria, oo her marriage with the Prince of Hesse Cassell- We should «ay she waa very respectably ptonded 'or:— . "One of the two large room* which the trt>ustenu occupied, the brst contained tw bouse and body linen, laid out for the moat part in 29 dozens and 24 dozen*, with her royal highness'* name, and 1- dozen pocket handkerchiefs with the royal arms wo ven in them. In connection with the travel ing couch aere 24 dosea day and nignt eke rutrt, as many undress and night capo, and other incomprehensible snd unmentionable ar ticles in like profusion. The linen lakes up three side* of the room, th* fourth is occupied l>v the chaussure, consisting of twenty-fuut pairs of silk and leather shoes, and 24 dozen pairs of stockinjs. In the aecond room were "loves, embroidered handkerchiefs, collars, scarfs.'half, bonnets, artificial flowers, in bewildering profusion ; to make all ...

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. — 20 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH VOL. 3--NO 210 THE DAILY DISPATCH JA3. A COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R PLEASANTS. Editor. " M PORT AST AND CHKKRIHG NEWS I A- KIMJ'H STEAMSHIP EXPRESS, Per R'ljtMOKK AND JAMESTOWN. UVDUOKI) RATI S and increased lxpedi. TION, Ac AC fIMIV proprietor* having made new ar-anfffmenU I lor tN' »ttll better di«p*tch < t their Kxprets by the steamtfcips Knnnokp and Jnnif'towa frrm N,<v Y-irk. tb»y wi*h to keep i< before ihe public, thst i'AR';'KN 4 KINO'S POPULAR SOUTHERN KXt'HKHS is always on hand tor the aecomtnoda tinn ,1 thfir trieuds, at the lowest rate* and unpa ra'.ie'.ed dnpstch- their Express leaving New York, .» geni-ra'ly d'' iverrd at almost ev<»ry point of Vir ginia in 4c h and tnroughoui North Carolina in 56 h u'f. an 1 a! f"rty per cent below theo'.U HUM BUG MONOPOLY PARItfKN & KING'S facilith sfor the expeditious transportation of freight and Packages, cannot be bent by any e xjjress company in existence, and they defy any competition, there-...

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. — 20 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. EljtimrnH cotcbliwi aiomMOWP^* 1 ' IttoM.v J"— Iggj; THE TURKISH QUESTION. La Presse, edited bv Etnile G.r.fd.o, die u j m..ilties with which Russia cusses the difficulties would have to contend in .» of Tur fcey taking it for panted that England and Fuoce .re <o lake sides with the weaker pow. I and that in such an event, the Czar may not be'willing -o risk his fleets M -«elI .«* . a fo, Bidable naval confederacy. He says "She must then prefer an expedition by land . ,coc and 1829. But here an important £io« if""' noticed. In 1828, Russia, ad «ncine on Adrianople, was acting in harmony w"b F«nce, England and Pruss.s I. 1853 Russia, marching on Consiantinople, would do 80 in opposition 10 Fiance and Luglanci.— Can we doubt that the support of these pow ers would double the courage of the Turkish army anl the force of the Mussulman popula tions T Constantinople has barracks which may rival the finest of those of France or Russia. Two of them, situated in the en...

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. — 20 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. Washiwon, June 17,1853. MrLeake has declined the appointment of commissioner to the Sandwich I«lnn<ff<, and it is said that Gen. Starkweather of Ohio, for merly a member of Congress, will have it.— Gtn. S is now here. It may be recollected that he mtde a marked speech in the House on the Oregon question, which was highly com. plimenled by Mr. J Ci. Adams. Mr. Appleton of Elaine, has declined the place of Secretary of Legation at London. * j sm no» inclined to think that Gen. Dix ig not to he sent to France. He was appointed t>> the pwst, bu: n'ver commissioned. The " kards" were 100 hard lor Mr. Dix, aad their influence has finally prevailed. A strong small of gunpowder comes to us from Eastcin Europe. The result ot the move nents of Itii«*'a sre of much deeper impor tance than has been supposed. II Russia succeeds in this war, it will not he long bef.ire sue w ill tarn her arms towards France. The .Nerhi-rlaniN may soon again become the battle groindof ...

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. — 20 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH Dhp»tclt> Washington, Juee 17th, IPS 3. The Coort overruled the motion of eoun»el for .eewttWin the cim of D. T Woodward, coa victed lMt week at our Criminal Couri of the ful murder of hi« wife The ■ccordingly fntencd on yetterday by ltl , vilh )Ut » .uffer the extreme penalty ot lh« taw. » •»«« Executive interference, be will be e *f® hour 40( 9 eeeood day of September, between the hour. 01 and 12 o'clock. _ _ occunie. The trtal of Willi.™ B SM'«r the attention of the court. The , h „ j fi caae bmnt pureJy ' hun rt.ltd cut, dtclarahoK* oj tkt acquittal will the prevalent opinion, t«. • v (CC )ra><J u , how be recderpd. T*» > P opinion relative to ever, 0 pr £ locr _ tht , opin wouid not o. ver>- t.vorable to bM hi,rdlr ye i. recjv^ redfrom tk^excitement con*-qu,-«t upon the murder,,u. at "lf?. A j Morri.' n upon Heater, whoU charged with a criminal intimacy with hi. (Morriaon*.) wife. Tha evidei ce i» of « u cb * ratare a. to admit ot no doubt, and...

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. — 21 June 1853

VOL. 8-NO.2U THE DAILY DISPATCH JA. 3- A. COWARDIN. Proprietor. ETUCJH I*. PLEASANTS. Editor. IMPORTANT AND CHEERING NEWS I PAHI*KN KING** •STEAMSHIP EXPRESS, V.rIMOOKK AND JAMKhTOWN. «v m'CF D RATK> AND INCREASED EXPEDI- Kt ' ut TION. &c dc. fJ, „ J., ni-rtprlrt having made new arrangement* 1 for tfco still better dispatch of their Kxpress by the f'eimihit)* Roanoke and Jnmrotowa from U' v -k rbev wm» to keep it before the public, (nsTI'AK'SKN A' RING S POPULAR SOUTHERN ■» always on hand tor the accommoda tion < f their Iriends, a* the lowest rates and unpa oSkflkd di'patch— their Express leaving New York, u grner.il/de ivered at almost every point of Vir '** L «(, urs. and throughout North Carolina in S hour, an-i at f rty per cent below theold hum bug monopoly PAR .v KING'S facilitus for the expedition* transportation of Freight and Packages, cannot be h"it hv snv t xpresa company in existence, and they «r.y c myetiiion, therefore. in the snape of humbug, Imposition and...

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. — 21 June 1853

IS what I might have endeavored to en aoweea, and !»»• themselves to my mind, which I 1 "now I hare «i"«« »bS I .meekly lope not at ail oflen.-™- Of the W (Applauae— sJnlSrtwhicji Mr. Bott* took hit seat) r( ( due lo Mr. Bo»«, that I should say, « hal much that he Mid, was uttered in a humorous and pleasant manner that cannot be conreye< in the language ] , . After the conclusion of Mr. Botts P « there waa an effort made to take up a that had been offered by the famousM. r. J. • Thrasher, in f4 /7° f expresi with the view of allow.ng- #oven , iotl hi. opinion, oo .he JE,, up thaA . T nira °-m.Jy C ,emen remarkiJK ,hat Sly ToM hare no objection to hear what Mr tney wou f|ef |he Conrention ad- Thraaber a no|ioo of enler)Bin Resolutions of thanks were offered, and unanimously passed-to the citisena of Mem nhis for their courtesies and ho.piiahlie.-to the Secretaries—and to the President for bis conduct in the chair. Mr. Dawson made a speech in acknowledgment oi the compliment, in th...

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. — 21 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. Washington Affairs. Washisotok. June 19.—Major Drake,oftl • Topographical Engineer®, ha« been appointed lorun the base line 'or the proposed Govern inent canal between Penetcola and Apalachi ,>ola, vice Colonel Graham, who is coming home invalided. H. R.Bowie, of Baltimore, was to day sworn in as clerk of the Third Auditor'a Office. Dettrvctice Fire. CiMBRiINiEroRT, Mass., Ju e 19.—A fire broke out at Camhridceport this afternoon de- Ftrovinc the Biidge Hotel, Cambridge Hotel s;nhi<i>. several lumher vards and ten store houses. The Cambridge bridge was also dam aged. The loss is about 30,000 —one third in sure.!. A rrirnt of the Cherokee. Nkw York, June 19—The steamer Chero- Vre, which left .New Oileans on the ilth, nr rived here this morning. There was nothing tew ftirrn.g at Havana. "he l-aie Railroad Accident, Nj \\ \ o. K June 19th.—The names of those Jul nj I t n< at • accident tin the Erie Rail r .K.i sr> M «i er i>. Arnold, Engineer, Michael...

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