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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 June 1853

TrfE DAILY DISPATCH B ICIADK OF UOKJOI « Sn-T^SS lj.:a that the blockade should be ol .a ,h* vessel. under hi* mm l n ± n bad Henderson, of the hiigii*!' were written a similar letter. t<'" r i,. mf( jj„ engaged in blockading ' (.'orernmeuts ° f lion offered on behall of in nn d the Bf»zd and Boiina bad bee , delegates ~Bih of April wa. • "conciliat,» oteci uud endeavor lioo. „ . - .11 at Owe*.—Venezuela I Yi Iwwanl « motion to be admitted lias sent „ (jnion A correspondent Mates Gazette, writing Irom t following eicljma. , „• "Would 10 Heaven that Brother Jonathan' would, in the excess of bia republican renert sity, tak« (hit beautiful country under fee cover'of his big guns, and add another war to ih<* glorious A merican constellation."— Bos ton Courier. Another CAMPHtJt Accidkst.—At Kingatoo Point, N. V-, last Saturday night week, a caoipheu lamp exploded in the house of Mrs. Abbott white she was filliug it, by which Ler daughter, aged fourteen years, wus te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 June 1853

VOL. 3--NO. 217. THE DAILY DISPATCH /AS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGHS R. PLEASANTS, Editor. JKew Y*rk. Vlrsiida and North Carolina STEAMSHIP EXPRESS, rKR VMTKD STATUS MAIL STKAKEM, ROANOKE <St JAMKSTOWN, T« **<* f ron !fev ' York, Richmond, Petersburg, irr tre. ifc HAVING effected arrangement* with the U. 8. mail line of steamer* from New York to Norfolk and Richmon i toi special Kx press prl. Tiles*** c n route, we are now prepared to receive ard forward, t;t and from New York, tnerchandtss sad packagr* of every deacrlption with dispatch and at greatly reduced tales. Our Express will leave Nt>w York every Wednesdav net Saturday per splendid ateamera Hoanoke J amenta wn alternately Goods will be received at our New York office, 59 Broadway, until half past 3 o'clock, P. M , on the day of aail- and other* ordering good* from New York, are r<-qu< sted to order by "ADAMS A CO.'S STEAMSHIP KX PRESS " Our inUnd Expre** will run a* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH tlllllD" 11 '' *" jTICHMONP Tmeitmr MmrmtmUt Jmw - PROCEEDINGS IN DANVILLE, FBU CEYVILLE, u . ug Tbe Danville papers of s#,ord "* 18th a whole budget of good |he of June, according to P« v , nce yvllle stockholders of the' . ||g |or ,he purpose Plaok road met in * * jjeforc proceedof rot( je to induce ing to business, e o doubie , ht .j r Bu b. ,he ' P (he c ,|| „f the roll," say. ocnpnon- . c>o Won agreed to double, and theae six, "hlm. d to be thought odd or illiberal, came fn with baste, and askel to be taken amongst tbe number. One of them was so anxious to redeem, and atone for the past, that be proposto double again, but the prudence of othera prevented him from carrying out hia intention." The stock thus doubted, amounted to $17,400, and as it waa sufficient to constitute thoae who represented it a quorum, the meeting was immediately organized by calling Jas. H. Mebane to the Chair, and appointing Ster- ling H. Lester, Secretary. Col. George Will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. Destructive Fir* at City rolnt.- Laaa h Milan ted at aver 830,000. We learned upon enquiry of the officers of the steamer Curtia Peck, which arrived at Rocketta yesterday evening, that a fire broke out among some cotton, stored in a warehouse of the City Point Railroad at City Point, about 5 o'clock, on Sunday evening. The warehouse and contents, together with seven oiher buildings and dwellings, extending along the river, were entirely destroyed. How the fire originated we could not ascertain, nor the names of the losers of property. The amount lost wss estimated at $30,000. The ctrg« deposited at the Point by the Belvidere, Saturday, was also destroyed. ARRIV \L OF I'HE S rEAMER BALTIC. Three Days Later from Europe. New York, June 2t>.—The steamer Baltic bus tiirived, bringing 160 passengers and Liv» trp»ol «'neß otthe Is;h inst. The Africa arrive.' oui <>r. the 13th. Hon. t'r. PoOte, Charge to Austria, and S» i. .tot t-\* &amp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH Medicai~Corre*pondent of meNew York Times, writing on the a d e aulijaet, thu. describes the mptoms and proper remedies to be applied.nthec.se of a stroke of the eun: The symptoms of ita approach differ what. In some cases its attack js »ery sudden, with alight indications, tfany, of its' B PP r »f >« h . though as a general thing, vert-eo, nee* tinging in the ears, dimness of sight, pain SdbiwK m the head, are the precursors of Apoplexy. Persona experiencing these poms, or their approach, should .mmed.- - •« - C °Place the patient in a cool and airy situation, with his head and shoulders elected, and while Tome one is removing his cravat, unbuttoning hi. shirt collar, and removing, or loosening whatever else that may be tight about hia person dath suddenly cold water on his head.— This may be done with a pitcher, or any suitable vessel, held at some little diatanee above the head, pouring out upon it a large and steady stream. Mustard plasters may be a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 June 1853

VOL. B—NO. 218 TBE DULY DISPATCH "■ "-yg /AS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. -*** ADAMS dt CO." JNetv York, Virginia nnd North Carolina STEAMSHIP EXPRESS, PER VNITKD STATICS MAIL ATKAMBM, ROtMIKK «£ JATOKSTOWN. Ts fro« For*, Richmond, Petersburg, tfC. if*. t[C HAVING eflected arrangements with the U. S. ma 1 line of steamers from New York to Norfolk and iviebmond foi special Express prl« ▼Ilegea on that route, we are now prepared to receive snd forward, to and from New York, merchandise wid package* of every description with dispatch and at greatly reduced rates. Our Express will leave New York every Wednesday au 1 Saturday per splendid steamers Roanoke and Jamestown alternately. Goods will be received at our New York office, 59 Broadway, until half past 3 o'clock, P. M , on the day of sailMerchants and others ordering goods from New Vork. are wqursted to order by ' ADAMS k CO.'S STEAMSHIP KXPRESS " Our iuland Express will run as heretofore, leaving Ni'w York an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rw» The circulation ol the Dally Dispatch «*• Mms considerably that of all fee Dally pepere ot Ktshsnoad combinedKit: H MO N » . TA.i Wedneeday Ulsrslsf |Jss>a> t IMSTHE EUROPEAN NEWS. 11 seems generally to be understood that after all there will be no war, the C*ar being probably pretty well convinced that in i e «vent of a struggle he would be apt to cotne out second best. We have always entertained the same opinion, for wilh all the boaste an dreaded power or Russia. "V? could ccntend with both France *" inasmuch as she could do Hum no injury, whereas they have it in their power to do A<r a vast deal. The London 1 imee. with all its ■trone Russian prepossessions, is compelled, .t last, to make this acknowledgment. It says: "The powers of attack of Rnsaia are limited ths line of operations on the Danube; every where else she would be thrown on the defen J;,, In the Black Sea and in the Baltic, two close sess which she has not ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 June 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. THE FIRE AT CITt POINT. We hare received the following additional particulars is relation to ihia fire. It broke out in the aew depot of the Petersburc Rsil road on Sunday evening, and from thence eitended to some buildings owned by Frank White, a free negress, and other*; thence to Mr. E. Corner'« store, communicating the flames to a large wooden building, owned by lira. Durant, to a store belonging to Captain F. Rives of Petersburg— to the Post Office, and finally to a two story building belonging to Dr. Richard Eppes of this place. All of these buildings were entirely consumed in the short fecace of two hours. The store house of C, K«q., in which the Post Office was Pr\ *" the only house from which there of any value saved—bis loss not was tfl' n »! |Wi Some of the books and ac eiceef ~f Postmaater were saved. There connfi"'"* <««r or fiv« Teasels lying at the w# „. I the wharf at the time of the fire, and g j,( r « ' f e from imminent danger by thry'r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 June 1853

DAILY dispatch LTE^ 7 EUROPEAN NEWS. I, non to the telegraphic d-spaich pub- , til iesterday.of the foreign new. brought ££, Baltic, we give the following particuU ™* THI *ct»TPW»H homtio*. The alarm occaaioncd by lb. ««en..ve military preparations of th'two eis has considerably abated. :u rr fi«D«a°fo do'anything to disturb «he paace Itogness io |h#( lh# d(f . ferencTbetween him and the Porte settled without an appeal to arms. The EmTeror «pr"« " 5 " ,0 b * ° f °P' n,on ,hat ~ he Leition i» entirely a religious one, and nersonal between him and the Sultan, and That, at the same time that he himself would the last to violate the laws of nations. It is even said that the delay already rented of iislt days has been extended to fifteen, in order to afford aufficent time for negotiations, and that even the occupation of the Dannbtan orovinces would not necessarily be followed bv war Under such circumstances as the nresent, there is no doubt that the slightest rumor of an adverse or unfa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 June 1853

VOL. 8-NQ. 219. THE DAILY DISPATCH "/AS. A. COWARDIN Proprletor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. " ADAMS " 1 ytvr York, Virginia aid Nsrtfc (arellaa STEAMSHIP EXPRESS, PKB fXITKD STATKS MAIL STItHIIS, KOANOKE 4c JASIHSTOWN. Te and from !fm York, Richmond, Petersburg, HAVING effected arrangements with the U. 8. mail line of steamer* from New York to Norfolk and Richmond tot ap«dal Express privileges on that route, we are now prepared to receive and forward, to and from New York, merchandise and package* of every description with dupatoh and at greatly reduced rate*, Our Express will leave New York every Wednesday and Saturday per aplendld steamera KsanoUe and JaneiUwi alternately. Goods will be received at our New York office, 59 Broadway, until haif past 3 o'clock, P. M , on the day of sailing Merchants and others ordering good* from New York, are requested to order by "ADAMS A CO.'S STEAMSHIP EXPREBS" Our inland Expreaa will run aa heretofore, leaving New York and Richmond dally, in cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. JKJBSR'iSStt tt£SS?5S.*5 ■Mnaood eowMaWl tlt!H WOWP .▼ A.i Tlimlar MaraiNl, ■»"* I^- = the principalities. We alluded yesterday, to the »* U ™P'' o " of the London Time., that the S f aL"to W re»"ab^ of war to ■■ other artic , {hege |wQ provincet , t ;r "» R ° m °" ,i,icb "* r "° c " d hv Mahomet H, «h»t •* lo say in the 1393 the famous Sultan Bajazet, the ** h'm Timour (or Taraerland,) nine Mme whom « irouu ' * . . . great battle of Ancyra, formed with the Wallaebian Prince Mircea, a treaty, at Nicopol.a, by which it was stipulated that the country should retain its self gore roment, with a Prince elected by its inhabitants, a Legislature and Ministry of its own, &.c. Alter the allot Constantinople in 1453, Mahomet 11, the Sultan who captured it, confirmed this Ireaty by another, in which It was stipulated that no Turkish Mosque should be built in the Roumain territory, (Moldaria and Wallachin) —that the Turks should not be permitted to acquire or ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 June 1853

the latest news. ~ »>ry Important Political Ami. 11 urns rumored in Washington ott Monday, that C* Government is io possession of inforn>«ii°n ,rom • ource# of «k* hifhw credit, that , ,testy toss been completed b,iw Mn Meiico snd Sp« ,n » for ,he "union of the former with |he latter. The treaty « u d u j y , ige<d (jfncraU Canedo and Santa Anna, at Ha.. tana, brfore the return of the latter to Mexico— ,übject to ratification by the Spanish Court, and b* !?l,n,a * nn *» *• soon aa he ahould find' himself fairly in power in hia own country. Thesf ratifications have been received; and an expedition 18 «« foot, it ia aaid, it organised on the North shore of Cuba, intended to carry <W0 troop* to Vera Crua, to aupport Banta Ant"' in proposed coup d'etat. j, is sald that the departure of the troops „ jl! be the *<gnal for a general insurrection in Cuba. f<»r the purpose of obtaining their libfii e>. "od * ith goo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 June 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH L AiP . f « dentist, committed in Wew Yor' on Sunday. • Geo Duval has been fi°«d I* oo ■* Cincinntli, for keeping a laming room. There are 96 bare and grog shops upon «he wharves and that portion of Sao Francisco alone which is built on piles. Donald G. Mitchel!, Eeq., (Ik Con•ul to Venice, and lady,sailed from New lorn on Saturday, in the Arctic. Jos. Hnlisclaw, u carpenter, was kiiled jjj Louisville laat week, by falling Irom the fifth story of a house. Signor Marioi. the distinguished Italian opera singer, had several fingers of one of his hands shot off on Friday, white gunning on Long Island. The dress of a female actress at the New York Hippod r °me took fire on Friday night, and bumed her dreadfully. Mortality or LesDoK.—The late bills of mortality indicate 1,100 deaths a week ia Lon don. That is 157 a day, or 6| an hour. Lon don is a great place to live iu, and it aeema to M rve to die io alao. Cosscl to Trieste.—Wyndham Robert■on, Esq., the newly appointe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 July 1853

VOL. B—NO. 220 THE DAILY DISPATCH JA9 A. COWARDIN, Proprietor, HUGH FL PLEASANTS, Editor. iSSL AOAMS Jiiimi Yorli.\lrglnl* and Notch Carolina STEAMSHIP EXPRESS, TKB rXITSD STATES MAIL STKAMKQS, IIOANOKK dt J.II>IKSTO\VN, Te and from AVse York. RlcXmond, Ptttrtburg, HAVINi* effected arranremeott with the U. S. ir.a:! ino of steamers from New York to Nor- (, ;k *r..i Kichmond fot special Exprw* prl. y |!rgc* on that route, we are now prepared lo receive and forward, to and from New Yr>rk, tn«rcfcitmiUe snd packages of every descrlotion with dinx>tch ami at greatly reduced tnte«. Our Kxpress will leave New York every Wednesday Saturday per splendid steamer* Roanoke mid Jnnceatown alternately. Goods will be received at our New York office, 59 Broadway, until half pa*t 3 o'clock, P. M , on the day of sailifi i Merchants and other* ordering good* from New York are requested to order by ■'ADAMS & CO.'S STEAMSHIP EXPREBS" Our inland Express will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. -.rcul-000 ot ti>« Ihmy Uispawi' eleegwSStiySS Of all the DaHy papers ot ftieboKuid combined *• nitiHMPW P . ▼ A.« Friday Wtrslsg, Jsly 1> _ "" THE WEEKLY DISPATCH J, issued this morning. It contain" t I Speech or Worhlet and an account o execution at Cbesteifield Court Speech or Moktaqoe convicted of the der of Thompson in Petersburg, an 1 . tence of death passed upon him- * culturalists will find Gem- RICH * R ! '° enert i resting letter in its columns, and he general West-Commerc.a. - Poetrv-and Miscellaneous Selections. Price the counter in wrappers three cents per •ingle copy. Subscription price per annum ONE DOLLAR. the heat. We feel no deposition whatever to bore our readers wilh this subject. We are perfectly aware that they hove found out that the weather was hot, and that they would have made the discovery without our assistance. But our mind involuntarily leverts to the subject whenever, we try to write or to think of any thing el...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 July 1853

the LATEST NEWS. " lx ttkinftcn Afairt. \Va*hin6tok, June 29.~(j o vernor M<-rio! *TrlZl In^r,or '^we?ShU hom e on Friday, and expects to be absent near jj a month. • Hon. James CsmpbeH, Postmaster Genera' „„ heen sppo.n.ed by , he President as Acting f«T MoCWtani!" - " +** ,k « «'••«« tfte examination of the clerks in the Navv jVPjMmrnt was proceeded wi.h to-day under , hP Hun'er law.previous i 0 the cominencioe ot •hicMhe foliowtnjj changes were made("T ChSf°rul B r re * U n 0< M «*icine rem „ irf.kF °[ " ,e Bure »w of Frovigl n c find Uothiftf, reduced lo nn ordimirv flrrkt-hip. John H. Ruley, of Tenn- I) R ( :,„„!!<*., ot North Carolina; 8. T. Wiu'iaina of K,n f «"d Win. Plater, of the rii«. trot ot Columbia; H. Q. Shriver \V C Lin moved. James Thompson, for a long period 4 -.rih..lih* third Auditor's office, has been „ .»re.-, and Samuel R,„J appointed in his I' 1" „ >, ' ,f f'.l removals were madr to.div, in ,-yr t ..u.»n Auditor's o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 July 1853

THE i>AILY DISPATCH lie tell- . e following •'« r^ ?cToß _ Mt , i „ 0( Chat W, * H ™ nv by kindness. I often » "]* n , of that sort saved my life, — •' - -."HoTwM.h.tt" a'ked we of our friend Rswlings, the mod-1 conductor. rORd "Why. wo bad an >» Bhm * n °* m WPnth er, watching a tunnel. It wm " coo l. to he used to go into the tunnel | rather th.nk he he , <id down when he was "", V , n fo > lh « enrs. He on the track one d , ru< j en tiv got his head fell asjej-p, * nd Well, there w as cut off h» the i fJ!,h m an There was the deIn*, own row in hi* shanty when we took th a "V, „ «„,i «*»• got away as soon as we poor telluw up. j , agreeable S'SS »°>H « when you're neither a doctor nor » nurse, nor Jnreacher. Somehow I was always sorry then I passed that place; of course 1 felt as if— lot exactly the same thing-but just as bad might happen to me some day, and then fhere'd be another row in a family. i told my wife ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 July 1853

VOL. &NO. 221 the paly dispatch 'AS. A. CiWaRDIN, Proprietor. J?? GH R- JL EAS A NTS, Editor. «fc«rou.e <b«n n^ r^fo^nd'tf o^ ( , COfrifor r by lh " «or.lden»d, DoZr Co,t V f me,l,i ' 5-"^t?^"r« n b^ ment of J iTH?fe g r Mtn!< ,hs **»•"'*%r R*th Alum •**••••••••••»...1050 8 <25 Hot Springs...""* SO '• p *«t4ftiin..,.. 8,50 Staunton 7 00 C r M*«nd l^"* n^rmJrJio« 6t b Un K a •t 5 A M— spend the Zum ?? ***">•■ 11* HoteUnd l wK''? r 5 '* Jac ' V? -M aecood S ° ,phur & cl n^T t ® rßd c «ci»e«totnTd as tbe paru 4^B *' Th ,pl f R '<*mond. oa the c* >win, < •~J?m .'*» The . , ® ,,d ® of the coach can fcSfHreit 9 •eata are pmd f or _ If joists «re „,,aSr. it «e---▼Hew f "?** oultidr and insi«fe ««*» lhe P r »~ I!SS1 f JrrjriD l ,hB "'lowed for the cumber ot passengers paid f„ r PT~ for the tniihrr coatfr* of P«*sengers, i u run 8!l ace omiuodn y* m "n« of Coaches which wi!i leave Staunton i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 July 1853

THE fIAILY DISPATCH. t he eurcuaUOQ Ot l>MjJ l>lapalcn»^ Jge that of all ti>e flUy !>•*•« ®« Ktebrnond combined- - km umon y . >».■ u. gatarteT Staralag, Smtj «, liIcHMOND AND PETEB.SBUKU RAILKOAD. In pursuance of our plan "peeping the publie informed of the operations of the • roads terminating in thia city, " n *" c commercial aenae our people are so interested, we now publish some the condition and proap*ct# ° ' 1 * _ . . From the we gather ™, .odmicth.3o.h April I"' — *>».<"'- » ' h " rf ,h " f T -f'*t r .9s6 39. The ordinary expenses for the rr outlav e "' ,ocomo,,veß ' §96,251 14- Thiß eitraordinary outlay was" required by ibe increased business— the contract for two mails a day and (he large increase of transportation upon the road.— With regard to the condition'and management of the road, the committee of examination report it to be good. The track haabeeu during (tie year much improved by ditching ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS ~~f3T o*ing io a alight accident to the locomotive attached to the train on the Fjedericksbur? road. 1,13 o'clock yesteiday afternoon, the cars did not arrive till about 8 o'clock.— The northern ratili were ofco-.irae delayed till that hour. We received n) telegraphic dispatch lag' fig* l '* ADDITIONAL BY THE AFRICA. A late dispatch from Vicn na says that the Russian Ambassadors at Vienna and Berlin insist on Austria and Prussia discontinuing their passive attitude on the Eastern question; or, in other words, they must back up the pretensions of Russia. FRANCE. The Houfleur Echo mentions that orders have been received by the maritime board of that port to make levy for all mariners lit to serve, end exempt none. Eugene Sue,it is said, will soon return to Paris- Victor Hugo is to reside in Portugal. Numerous arrests have been made in Paris o.';>< i-.-ns supposed to be engaged in a con sj'iracj to take the lile of the Emperor. ITALY. The official ...

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