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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH Pear t ioHt.—A German, named frW Saifhider living at Datch Creek, near Green Rav.eatt j near ham* an "interesting time with a bear on Thursday laat, barely saving himself, as the report goes, by the 'Skin ol his teeth." ft seems that he started out. in company with his daughter, and, as a matter or course, his gun, in search of bis cows. Alter proceeding a short time through the woods, Ihe j' unexpectedly encountered a Inige near. Mr.S. fired his gun at him. wounding him rerelv, and retreated towards home, re lo his gun as he went. On the be»r s conwu* up fohim, he fired the second charge, an inc his gun to hia little girl, prepare^I to defend himself with hi* hunting knife. ' 8 • brute made at him. and Mr.S. buried hi* knife in hia body, which unfortunately broke off at the handle. He then took it rough and tumble with the bear, from which, after a long light, assisted by his daughter, who broke the gun over bruin s head, ha managed to extiicate himself, bavin? r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 22 June 1853

VOL. 8--NO, -212 THE DAILY DISPATCH JAB. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. " Tl , i IMPORTANT AND CHKKRIKG NEWS I I'AKISKN &• HINtiH STEAMSHIP EXPRESS, ItOANOKK AND JAMKSTOWM. REDUCED RATES AND INCREASED EXPEDITION, Ac «e rp HE proprietors having made new arrangement! J for tt>»* still Natter dispatch of their Expreas by the iteatmhipa Uannckr and Jamentowa frrm New Y< rk, tb»y wish to keep it before the public, that PARISEN Sc RING'S POPULAR SOUTHERN EXPRESS i« always on hand tor the accommodation i f their friends, «t the lowest ratea and unparalleled di»p»tcta--tbelr Express leaving New York, it generally delivered at almost every point of Vir-yir.-.s in 4f hours. and throughout North Carolina In Sli h<iur», and at forty cent below the old HUMBUG MONOPOLY PARISEN A KING'S facilitl< a for the expedition# transportation cf Freight and Packages. cannot be beat by any company tn existence, and they dtify any co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 22 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Kiehirood rombtwd. moHMUWP.TA.i WsdsrWar Msraia« jjsseM. 18C3. OF THE CI TY OF RICHMOND. •A great deal has been said upon this subject; vet we d.nbt whether there is sny one so little "understood by out fellow-citieeua in general. Certain individuals of the old world men whose nativity ought certainly to have >e ong ed to the middle of the last century— ave ti ken great pains to mystify the public as much M they possibly can. If we were to l.sten to such men, we should consider ail the resources of the city as so much debt. We should be compelled to apply a new rule of computation, not only to the city resources and liabilities, but by a parity of reasoning to all debts and resources whatever. Thus, if a man owned 1000 shares in a bank, though the stock might be at a considerable premium, we should be compelled to put him down as being in debt to the tune of $100,000. If a man own real estate to the value of a million, he is a million in debt. The rece...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 22 June 1853

the latest news. The Fisheries —ExUnttee Preparation*. Boston, June 20.—New Brunswick paper* t0 the 16th instant have been received. On Tueiday, H-M. steamer Argus, Commander J'urbes.at rived at St. John, bearing the flag (whi'e at (he fore) of Bir George Francis Sey niour. Kt. G C. H., Vice Admiral of England end Naval Commander in-Chief on the North American and Weat India atation. The Coun. oils o< St. John had adopted an addreaa to the Vice Admiral, expressing the approbation of the citi/e#* for the firm but judicioua and discreet manner in which the colonial fisheries were protected laat sea on against foreign ag gression by him and the naval forces under his command, and trusting that the same desirable course will be pursued thia year. The New Brunswicker sayj : " It is under* stood thai this vin't of the Vice Admiral to our provinces is connected with the meaaurea which have been and are about to be adopted this season, lor the more efficient protection of the fis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 22 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH Cork r< t lIYDKorK jHia.—The aeason of hydr tpho'-nis at hand. Haifa dizen for its ci *e have been given to the public "° al time to lime, yet we do not knotr ot any cases of confirmed rabiei having been curedit becomes men to "prove all things, therefore give what a eorreapondeiit ot* • • t ton a I Era wn'eafrom Millbury.Masaachuseii*. as fallows: , "I am now in my eightieth f rt , m oh:ained what information 1 cou . l)gf i ßl( .|y O iiervation and critical stu-iy.. Bl# je been discovered that a a*h> when ufthe bark of (he roots of th (| e b j M 0 f n •'rank as a nW.icine, wilt (Q , he mid dog. This undoub ie morf , ea? j. laci in t r«uhMk e ' ii[i( (hen white ash Jv to crawl over '•** fir ' follm l j„ ,he forests sod thrj Would it not be > re h| ,e fVdn.Ki»«'« ° u ' large ard advjiabla •> C(in „autly ou hand a medicine ° ' i i>,m the roots of the white ash? It £" •" .of aavingj same valuable i!,es fiom « sud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 June 1853

the daily dispatch. VOL. 3—NO. 213 THE DAILY DISPATCH "jab. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. BUQH R. PLEASANTS. Editor^ ■ffil i MB3B important AND CHKKRING NEWS! PAKI>KM «Sr KIX* 8 STE A MS HI P EXPRESS, rer K«ANOKK AND JAMEfTOWN, REDUCED RATES AND INCREASED EXPEDITION, &c «c---fjl j)E proprietor* having made new arrangements Jl (or the still better dispatch of their Express by the Honnoke and J nme a tow a fr'm Wew York, they wioh to keep it before the public, that PARISEN A KING'S POPULAR SOUTHERN EXPRESS is always on hand tor the accommodation rf their friend*, at the lowest rate* and unparalleled dispatch- their Express leaving New York, is generally delivered at almost every point of Virginia in 4$ hours, and throughout North Carolina in 36 hours, and at forty per cent below theold HUMSUG MONOPOLY PARIS tN A KING'S facilitlt* for the expeditious transportation of Freight and Packages, cannot be beat by *ny < xpre»* company in existence, and they defy a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. cr-m n *^ =====:=L T~ll bicH MO W P • YA,t «=====^^HrH«LANTHROPV. The liberation of all the sla.as .n the Eng- , Jcoloniea at one dash, and the payment of i«2O 000 000 sterling to the owner*, has ee regarded by the English themselves, an proclaimed by their admirers in this "umry.t hate been a superhuman ex.rt.on of ph.lan thropy and generosity. It ruiaed -he planter., it is true, and concerted <he British We»t India IsUods into so many deserts; but what of thatf The few must suffer for the beoefit of the mass. Men who are actuated by philanthropy must not atand upon the destruct ion of a few individuals, that good may enure lo the whole. Great has been the c.edit England has obtained for her disinterestedness, as if it were not the easiest thing in the* world to be geuerous at the expense of another. in the New York Herald of the 21st, we find a letter from George Burton Haygarth, written from Bolivia, in South America, which throwa some serious doubt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. ADDITIONAL BY THE HUMBOLDT. Among th* pasaergera bv the Humboldt are W. Cullen Bryant, of the New York Evening Post; Mrs. Colonel Fremont and family! R. Schlei fen, special envoy Irom Bremen; R. Bingham, Consul General from the English Government to Caraccaa; N. Brown, late American Consul at Rome; and R. W. Sykes, bearer of despatches from the Mexican Lega* lion at Paris. The steamer Cambria arrivad out on the 6th,and the Baltic on the7th. Cms LAND. —A split had occurred in the English cabinet between Lord John Russell and the Irish members, and the latter had Fpalrd their resignation#. Munsell, Keogh and Sadlier had withdrawn. The income tax bill had passed the House of Commons. The exports for the month of May exceeded those of the same month last year by 4*2,250,UtKI. The Patent Gutta Percha Works at London h»il Iteen bu'nt, involving a loss of £100.1*00. 1 s- -rrewr steamer Times, a Dublin and lv< . ... . i racket, with 300 passengers on 'i»&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH The O igiw~f BRiKD*.—lt i* piobable that, in 5 >32. brand* wa« not in fashion 10 Waif*#; vet, the nurse in Shakspeare s play ••Romeo and Juliet," calla tor it amain un<er ihe name ol aqua "Some ****• my lord! my U<!>!" ll appears "> na»e «** n chiefly used in those days lor medtcmalpu P< wa. "It waseeid to be invented by , dtis Lillios, the famous aichjmij>t, »>ho uie*» in the year 1315 Charles. theßad, Kinioi Navanv. came to a m.>*t horrible ent , a .• French historian, M /-ay. who. •treng.h, weakened b^ a^ Hi- atlPn . Ned ill sheets sieepcd in eau de ru. dan: hy accent s . fi-e f iMr.J dav, he died in .he moat dreadful (orture* and it is to be hoped. thus expiated the cr.mes of his ««e«r»ble li'e- The Bardatown, Kv., Herald reports that on th-J Ist inat, some unknown peraoa attempted in Lilt 4bel Crawford, who lesidea about eeven from that pise. The assassin broke ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 June 1853

TOL. 3—NO. 214 THE DAILY DISPATCH C JAB. A. CO WARDIN, Propristor. B JGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. Wet? <SHCm»-1bE!B MV-rt*NT AKD CHKKRING NEWS! IMKISRN A* KIMJX STF.AMSHIP EXPRESS. p,rK«M>OHK AND JAMKSTOWN. nvTrCED KA fES AND INCREASED EXPEDIR TION. Ac «c. ri l HE proprietor* having madp new arrangements 1 for the •till better dispatch of their Express by »v srr«m»Mp* Konnoke and Jnrarmnwu from . \ jr, tt'ey with tn keep it before the public, A KING S POPULAR SOUTHERN rXPKKSS i* a!way* on hand for the accommodate <1 thei f friend*, at thelowe*t rate* and unpatheir Expre*s leaving New York, r . E f-r» iv delivered atalmo*t every point of VirC " iin h<*ur«, and throughout North Caroiinain Vi b.,ur», an--! at f rty per cent below the old HUMBUG MONOPOLY PiRISKN A. KiNti'S faciittit * for the expedition* transportation of Freight and Package*, «.onot be tyv.i by ncv t \press company in exht-sare, and they ai y c mpetiiion, therefore, to the shape...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Manama! RICH.HO WP . TA.i Friday Wsrslsg. Ja—B4, IBMThe Weekly Dispatch For Friday, June 24, contains its usual attractive variety of Editorials, News, Corres pondence, and Selected Miscellany. Price 3 cents per single copy, $! per tnnum in ad* vaoca. THE TURKISH QUESTION. Notwithstanding the report that the forcea of Russia had commenced a march upon Moldavia from Besssrabia, the nearest Russian province to the frontier of Turkey, it seems to be doufcted whether there will be any war after •11. The C«ar has found, beyond a doubt, that he will meet with oppoaiiion should he attempt to carry out hia long cherished plan of seizing Constantinople, and that a bloody war which can result in nothing but his discomfiture, must inevitably ensue. That England and France are prepared to throw themselves in the way of the Russian bear, there canoot be a doubt At the latest advices the fleet of the latter was already at the mouth of the Daidanellea, while that of the former ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. ARRIVAL OF STEAMER NIAGARA. Three Pay* biter from Europe. June 22.—The steamer Niagara arrived this morning, but owing to a thunder storm on the line it was impossible to send her news off until late this evening. She brings Liverpool dates of the 11th. The. Baltic readied her dock on the Bih. KKGLAND. >lr. Wayward brought amotion forward in Parliament, calling attention to the altitude ol Ku»sia towards Turkey. The members from Durham had been unvested for bribery. The University of Oxford had conferred the degree of Doctor of Laws upon Mi. Ingersoll, the American Minister, and Bishop Mcllvaine. The ship Squantnm, of Boston, is ashore near the Isle of Man. Her passengers were ssved. , , ... . Lord Shaftesbury presided over a meeting in London tor ameliorating the condition of fugit:>* aiaves in Canad*. L'ovd* hid »ivanced the insurance risks to Ru-- an and Turkish ports from 10 to 30 shil Log*. I , .icnse hi sti.ily hsd been excited in Ireland...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 June 1853

-FSgUAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. ' r MARKETS. tU J** Tkurrtat Ktmtng, J*»' 23 t/rtU [CA««rOT.LV COaaBOTED.i n ipah -Jvirtfiuia cured, bog round, bring* BAOQ _ tnd Baltimore Skies li Shoulder. 31 to «X eta; ww ttfce 6* £ WE'hSm 12* to 13 ct.; new Shoulder. 7i *BITTER - dull. F rkln 13 to 1« cents per lb.; ' :< Si°3WAX-2?".«CU. r ' "—>* —""■ • issffifx? j^^sssssr^ti COFFEE —Old Java 11A to "• £ llt •"rOAI-lOto 13i cents on board for good m'x rtSIS 9to 11 cents lor blackam.oi * io§l, 10 70 cents per bnshel. m.rkei Is unsettled and more firm FL.IM.i4 th-»teamer. Sales were made it&•« 94 to ** 74 ~ M> bbU at the latter price. Holdera demand MI7S to $5, but the purchasers are not willing to ZmJtthem The demand for export cannot exceed 2^73—stock on h-nd about 10.000, and the caual ii cinaed tor the next six weeks. . . FLAXSEED —in demand at ®1 H per bushel, rEATHERS—Live geese 40 a 4S ctt. FlSH—Herrings are »cyce and in demand- N C ohSSdr; Hallux...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 June 1853

VOL. 3--NO. 215 THE DAILY DISPATCH '/AS A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. ADAHS &To." Vn York. Vtririnl* and North ('nri)lln* STEAWSHIP EXPRESS, FED I'MTtB STATUS MAIL STRAMKJU, HOAMIKE at JAMESTOWN. To ««« from A>» Tori, R'cJumond, Petersburg, 6r<- 4ec tp. HAVING effected arrangements with the I!. 8. mail iin«» of •tp«nu , rt from New York to Nor. frlk »Dii Richmond tot •perlnl K\pre«» privileges on that route, wf are now prepared to ,ec:ve *nd forward, and from New York, merchandise ind packages of ev»ry descrimiou with dnD*n-h «nd »t «ri*ntly reduced tares. Our Expres» will ieav« N>'W York every Wednesday sad Saturday per splendid steamers lioanokt tnil JnmtHtown alternately. Rood* will be received at cur New York office, 59 Broadway, until half P B *' 3 o'clock, P. M, on the day of tailiot M-rchan:s and other* ordering good* froni New Ynrk, «re rvqtietted to order by "ADAMS & CO.'S STKAMSHIP l-XPHESS" Our...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. mUM< The circulation ol the Dally Dispatch exJsTwmMerMr *a» of all the Dally papers ot mahrti— "* combined «i oHMOwn.y A.. MotslBI) ISJ3» THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIEI In compliance with our promise we this morning lay before our readers the letter of Gen. Richard,on, the intelligent «» d ,n £^; gable agent of this Society. It will he re ceived with deep in.erest by .he farmers of Virginia, and we confidently look forward to a new era in the history of V.ig.n.a agriculture. to be dated from this day. Here let us m;, once for all, thet the letter waa not designed for publication—that it was written merely as notes for an editoiial article. There is no occasioo, we know, lor this quasi ap,|ogy; bat we wish the public to know ihe whale truth. We are alone responsible for the publication, and we published it, because we thought it would do most good in ita present shape. This letter ia full of interesting matter, and • f suggestive intelligence; yet it contains ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. lift NKMS BY THE NIAGARA. Wr give below the news of chief interest by the Niagara. HCS*IA AND TURRET. Letter" from St. Petersburg stats that the Emperor's course on the Turkish question was generally approved. The Turks and Greeks in Syria and Turkey fully approve of the Sultan's course. Voluntary subscriptions were being made hv his subjects toward? arming the country. The Utest advices Were considered decidedly less favorable to the maintaining of pence. The messenger sent from St. Petersburg to Constantinople hid no discretionary power given to him, but simply ««« charged with the C«ar'a demand for the Pone's acceptance of Prince W< nschiki ff'a ultimatum in eight data, or submit to the consequences. Pnnce iiortschankad has been appointed Commander in Chief ol the Russian Army in Be»?«rabia. Count !Ses«elrode, jr., is not charged with snv suthcritative mission to the Western 4Vun« that can al'er the position of affairs. M -tot , tie Porte prepares brav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 June 1853

THE '>AfLY DISPATCH L^COM^rlvE ANf) CAR ESTABLISH WENT. The subjoined description of th" LocomoiiV' and Car establishment of Smith & Perkins, o Alexandria, i« taken from one of the papers 0 that city: ,«r?oThe establishment is one of Car •ive in the countrv. The , <>c 0"-' f«ont wruki covet 51.500 squsrefee has an 177 feet on the Potomac rive■■ j|,, s above <- b,. „nd below the d Alexandria Rati turn-out with the Orange .. .« wt,A,i Is n three storv butldiOK, The Mschine . <)n (he f|r#| 130 fort long bv 4 fer w , |jn(t U( , Lo floor there are (heHe lr ; lrka nt the coHtofve 3 powerful freight en time °» our ™ d ' fo[ , h) . Pennsvlvania Central Kiiiro.'l. on of which, the most finished specttnen ofwork.nsnship we ever saw. wssshipl d on that dav for its desltnat.on. On the Lme floor is the Tool shop, in which we obaerred two facing lathes, one of which 19 capable of turning 11 and the o;her7 feet in diam., eier. Besi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 June 1853

VOL. 3--NO. 210 TH& DAILY DISPATCH Tis A. COWARDIK, Proprlotor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor^ IMS „ ADAMS A (-O.'S New York. Vlritlnli* and North Carolina STEAMSHIP EXPRESS, .c t rMTKD STATICS MAIL STKAMKM, KOtMIKK Ac JAMESTOWN. Te r.-r. 'Rom >'tw York. R (Amend, Pttertburg, 4r 4r 4r Having effected arraneemenfs with the U. 8. Ms 1 'n.e of steamer* from New York to Norf lk »na Kichmon i lot special Express prh> alleges >-n that route, we are now prepared to reoeive aud forward, to and from New York, merchandise i.ml package* of every descriotion with dispatch ar.d at nrratly reduced rate*. Our Express will leavo New York every Wednr«<i*y si" l Saturday per splendid steamers Koa* noke *n<l Jamestown alternately. Goods will bereceiv dm our New York office, 59 Broadway, until half past 3 o'clock, P M , on the day of sailins Merchants and others ordering goods from New York, are requested to order by "ADAMS & CO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 June 1853

rruir DAILY dispatch. olehmond cotnbttted- — ■——. RICH iWO N n . v A.» twmin. jwTar, tsas. Ul THE NIAGARA'S NEWS. It ia very difficult to make out the true in- • tentiona of the .emi belligerent power*, with regard to ihe Turkish question, amidat the many conflicting atatemenia which reach us from the other aide of the water. Part of an editorial article which appeared in the London Timea on Saturday, the 18th inst, appeara in the New York papera of Friday last, having beer telegraphed from Halifai, the substance of which is, that there ia at present no reason to believe that the combined French and Engliah fleets will proceed beyond the roada of Tene* doa or Beaeka Bay, though iu the event of hostilities, the Ambaaaadora would fiind themaetvea in a poaition to command the services of the Admirals, Until the peace be actually broken, the Straita are cloaed by the Convention of 1841 against the naval forces of all the powers, and it ia of importance that the aignal of war should not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. " Additional bjr the .Northern Light. JSexv Vokk, June 24.— The passengers by the Northern Light, 400 in number, were brought bom n Francisco bv the steamer Brother Jonathan. The transit of the lath mus »*s f fleeted in 40 hours, the men being in good order. . The Brother Jonathan, on eomtng out or San Francisco, passed the steamer Golden Gate going in , Among the passengers by the Northern Light"* J- 1* Kerr, late charge to Nicaragua. With regard to the duel about to be (ought between SeostorGwin and the Hon. J. W. Mc Corkle, a correspondent writes that it was to be laugh on the morning the steamer left.— Th>* » eapor.s were to be rifles, and the distance thirty paces. Ihe friends of the partiea had been trying tor the previous twenty four hours to strange the affair amicably without avail.— Mr Marshall sets as the friend of Mr. McCorkle. ntid Mr. Dameron, naval officer, as the frien ! of Senator Gwin. The steamers Cortes and California, for Pa .istr't, ...

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