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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 9 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH LIFE IN TEXAS. A con,.ponden. of the New Orleana Pic jane writing from Corpua Chnati draw. the following lively picture t»f Texas lif« ••Let him to"—-and aa the boy >ook hia hand from the bit, offbouuded theclean limbed mua can?, which but a moment before •>«« been pawing tbe ground aa if impatient for his rider to mount. He l»ae mounted, aod they are now coursing over the boundless prames. Ihe mustang, with elastic bound, arched necK, flowing wane and tail, spurns with perfect contempt the crushed and bruised flowers un der his feet while bearing hu rider with his trusty rifle at his saddle-bow, his eye flushing with delight once more to view "his own, his native land." .k- But I think I hear you ask. "what is the eauaeof all this excitement! My dear ric., htve vou ever been p«*nt up in a city, with it» atone" paved streets, ha tower walla of brick And moriar, its confined pestilential atmoa pliere, witn its corrupted and corruptible body, civil and politic...

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. — 11 July 1853

VOL. 3--NG 227 TB£ DAILY DISPATCH JTAS." A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. IMPORTANT AND NEW SI PAKISKN & KIMGH STEAMSHIP EXPRESS, Per ROANOKE AND JA J! KMT OWN. REDUCED RATES AND INCREASED EXPEDI ' TION, &c Ac- THE proprietors having made new arrangements for the still better dispatch ot their Kxpress by the steamships Uonnoke and Jitmentown trcm New York, tbey wish to keep ii before the public, that PARISEN it KING S POPULAR SOUTHERN EXPRESS is always on hand tor the accommoda tion of their friends, at the lowest rates and unpa ralleled al«pstch-their Express leaving New iork, Is generally delivered at almost every point of Vir ginia in 43 hours, and throughout North Caroana in 56 hours, and at forty per cent below tkeold HUM BUG MONOPOLY. PARISEN ii KINO'S facilitH s for the expeditious transportation of Freight and Packages, cannot be beat by any espress company in existeuce, and they defy ar.v cinoetiiion, therefore, in the snape of hnmbu«;, Imposition...

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. — 11 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Th„ elrcmlatioa of «be Dally Dtspaich ea- JSTJSSISSffSS Ihe Dally papers ot UahnoßJ combined ———====== ■ aiCHMOK P . v*.» nr«mi»y M«rala«. J«ly 11« ISS3. SPEECH OF MR. EVERETT. We are aore the reader* of the Dispatch will be obliged to ua for publishing the speech of Mr. Evkr*tt of Massachusetts, delivered at the corporation dinner in Fansuil Hall. Bos- IM, on the 4th inat. It i» an admirable effor «— appropriate o( the Past, the PbKse.-it and the Fotcrf. of our country. It will be fol^ nd on the first page of our psper of this moniing.— The effort i* one departing from the beaten track of fourth of July oratory, and is strong ly imbued with those national feelings which rise entirely above party, and meet a ready and cordial response in the breast of every Ame rican. _____ SHEEP REARING. We find in the Leesburg Washingtonian, a ▼ery interesting articl* on this subject, from the pen of Robert E. Scott, Esq , scarcely lees distinguished as a lawyer and statesman, ...

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. — 11 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. We teceived nj telegraphic dispatch laa night. Melancholy Accident on the Petersburg and ll'etdon Railroad. We were pained to hear yesterday, through a friend, of a fatal aecident on ihe Petersburg and VVeJdon Railroad on Saturday evening laat, by which Mr. J. 11. Caffrey, superinten dent of repairs on the road, was killed. When the freight train between the above plcces was about 30 wiles from Petersburg, near Jarratt'f Depot, Mr.Caffrey, who was aitting oa the ten der, suddenly fell tff, and the tender and fire cars passed over him, killing him instantly mangling his body in a shocking manner. Hia remains w ere carried to Petersburg and interred yesterday evening. Mr. C. was engaged on the Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroad some few years since, and has many friend* and acquaintances in this city, all of whom speoki't him as a most estimable and exempla ry mmi' Another Fatal Drawbridge Accident. Q Philadelphia, July B.—This morning at twj o'clock, the freight tr...

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. — 11 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH , Railr <o;r«LEOii4rM.-Theß«UMner»"d Onio K .iroad Company havii* df,e,m ' ne „ -<0 • line of telegraph lor their «« especial iw, immediately al.»ng the tine ol (he road, with minion* at points most mitable tor (heir convenience, the work is Dow in progrps*, tinder the supervision of George R. l»ooc r > E?q. The.decign of this line is togive tuiinedi ate information along the line of any accident that may happen, the causes of detention, end whatever other information that may lie sem* ceable in the manarementol the road. French Literatire — Lamsrune has al ready written one 'Restorarton, the restora tionof the Bourbon. Let him now employ his pen f :hat pen which, remembering; the no ble things it has written, must have been made out of a quill dropped frcm one ol the wingsi of Libeitv.) in writing another Restoration, that of the Uonspsrus—the Restoration ol the Guillotine.—J'vnch. The Red River Cocstry.—The Memphis Whig, of Monday last, says: We aie inf...

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. — 12 July 1853

VOL. 3—NO -228 THE DAI I. Y DISPATCH JAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor^ ""S ORTANT ANdM Nr.vVM I'AKISKX &- KIN«M STEAMSHIP EXPRESS, P*r K0 4MOKK AND JAMEoTOWN. REDUCED RATES AND INCREASED EXPEDI TION, Ac <sc- THE proprietor* having made new arrangements for the a till better dispatch of iheir Expret* by (fee atexmthipt H«<taoke and JnroeiUWß from Hew York, tbey wish to keep i« before the public, that PAKISF.N A KING'S POPULAR SOUTHERN EXPRESS ie alwayt on hand tor the accommoda tion of their friend*, at the loweat rate* and unpa ralleled dWpatch —their Expre** leaving New York, U generally de.ivered stalmoat every point of Vir ginia in 4S h->ur», and throughout North Carolina in 56 hours. sni) at forty per cent below theold HUM BUG MONOPOLY PARISEN A KING'S faci!iti» 8 for the expeditious transportation of Freight and Packaget, cannot be beat by sny * \press company in existence, and they defy toy c •muetiiion, therefore, in the tnape of bnmbii*;. ...

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. — 12 July 1853

the daily dispatch. '"jrmr The circulation of the Dally Dtoptlch ex- J,y that of all U» Dally papers ot gMuncou combined- (IICHMONUi* A.i Taeedfty Mtrslsi, Jwly '3' >883. CHARLES JAMES FOX. When the late John Quincy Aoams and the Jate Jonathan Rusaell, after their return from Ghent, fell together by the ears and betook themselves to the newspapers to fight out the battle, the latter was so terribly mauled by the former, that his discomfiture gave rise to a say ing, which shortly became proverbial, and it was for a long time the custom to express a man's utter defeat in a newspaper war by say-, ing that he had been "Jonathan-RutteUed " Leaving out the two last syllables of the name, we think we may say, with propriety, that the great English statesman has been John-Rus telled after a fashion that would have delight ed the hearts of his bitterest enemies. To add to the bitterness of the draught, his friends have the consolation of knowing that the job baa been accomplished by a gen...

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. — 12 July 1853

' THE LATEST NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. Four Vay* Later from Europe. New YoRR- J u'y 10.—The steamer Allan lie has arrived, buncin* HO passenger* and Liverpool date* of the 29ih ul(. The City of Manchester arrived out on the evening vt the 27th ult. _ Ekglasu —The British news is uninterest ing. The Income Tax Bill I.ad finally pass ed Parliament. Lone debates had taken place in regard to the Indian Government. Very tittle was said about Turkish all'airs.— The general belief was that peace would be maintained* Insurance risks to the Danube were advancing. t An Australian Steamship Co., via Canacoa, had been chartered. The fitlike at Stockport and Blackburn among the Cotton operatives continues par tially, hut at Manchester the employers and workman havenntcome to an open rupture. Mr. Van Baren was at Birmingham, Mrs. Sto*e in Wales. The -tops in Ireland were luxuriant, and the »ra'h<-r in England generally tavorable — In ice n rsh of Scotland raiu was much want Ed _ France —T...

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. — 12 July 1853

THE I >AILY DISPATCH — cSS£ pondence cf iiuo»*!«or Aminos, July lltb, i«w. Mil Dh • Difpatek: — Y»u are to *11 Intent* and ■urJUea• *«rTT»per. It U your duty (and, I may ?Hd one toier*biy well performed, too.) to tell from a debate in Cocgr*.. to a negro (Wucuff in Richmond To keep your reader* ported In •» that's going on or c:om.ng o . to tell «Mt people where Mid how to Bet8 et " f ' ' the healthy how to keep so; to give lutaMOie re ceipt- lor too much cold; and • W'X' um tor extra degrees ot heat and -o an ad id A At a part of the latt two or three I WB , ut , V "j allow me t« teii your reader* what a deUghitul place thiii* from which lam uow writing f-.u. My family having been here by way ot experi ment during the p««t week, 1 took passage m the Danville car* last .Saturday afternoon to run up to ft how i bey liked their qusrter* I net d.nottell you (who know «o wed) how they, the cart, per formed their part In about thirty minute, alter leaving th-. depot, and at a co.t of ...

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. — 13 July 1853

VOL. 3--NO 229 T'TE DAILY DISPATCH "jAS A. CO WAR DIN. Proprietor. HTJQH R. PLEASANT 3. Editor. =^.. t A Y K K » I * V| CHERRY PECTORAL. V, 'J ro* THE / * ofC>"i#k* CMdt.Haarft.Tien, Bron Ift »4 (hi;•*, Ifkotfping CaUgh, Croup Atlh A „„ a »d Comnmption vMrs of trial, instead of impairinyths public confident ;n this medicine, has won for it an appre e arion and notoriety bt far exceeding the moat san same expect: lionsofitt friends. Nothing but iu in tr 'i«ic virtues and the unmiftakeabie benefit conferred or! thousands of sufferer*, couid originate and maintata the regulation it enjoys While many inferior reme <•s thrust upon the community have failed and been (j tearded. this has rained friends by every trial, con f,rred benefits on the afflicted they can never forget R -,.i produced cars* too numerous and too remarkable to he forgotten. Wtiie It ia a fraud on the public to pretend to aay that anv one medicine will infallibly cure—still tnere it abur iani proof ihat the CHERR...

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. — 13 July 1853

cinator will, like » certain French saean, when told that Nature contradicted hie views, ex claim, M Very rail, den, m muck devrufmr nature." We are not oppoeed to ba*«nf the profession held accountable in grew caae. of ignorance or malpractice ; but think that the law is often pushed too far. If other profes sions and trades were held to auch strict ac count, in caaea where a mere error of judgment had been committed, we doubt whether a law yer would ever dare engage in a suit, or adi- Tine preach & sermon. We do not wonder at the fact that some of the moat eminent of the New Hampshire physicians now refuse to treat a fractured limb, without a bond to be held harmlesa. Reception or President Pierce. In ac cordance with his acceptance of the invitation to be present at the Inauguration of the Exhi bition of the Industry of all Nations, in New York on Thursday next, the 14th inst., Pre sident Pierce left Washington on the afternoon of the lithe* route for that city. He intended 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. — 13 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. Reception ol the President in Baltimore . The 1 resident and hie suite arrived in Bal timbre at ten minutes past five on Monday eve ning- An immense crowd had assembled at ihe depot to *ee them. The Sun estimates tha number at 100,000 peraons. The Mayor af Baltimore, the chief marshal, and several members of the committee, met the President on hi? arrival, and a grand military proeeesion was formed, which proceeded along ihe desig nated route to ihe City Hotel. The President was here nshered into a private parlor,where he p*rtook of slight refreshment. The crowd that blocked up the street and square in front hav ing called vociferously for him, he made hi appearance on a staging erected in front of* the Calvert street windows, which was taste fullv decorate t with the American flag. He was greeted wiih hearty cheers, and silence be» in# restored, tlie Hon. John Smith Hollins, Ma»o' Bsltimore, welcomed him to the city in i 'ei» pertinent remarks. The President replie...

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. — 13 July 1853

THF. »T MT- y dispatch ■ Monday «"*»*.< l'" T -255!Sfr.« the South morn ing !• »t, ' w0 K* n " ... picnev —took W.J- V'he" Burne", Hou^^' Fo£-faves at rooms at fl , y (w0 of lhe wXhou". saying a word to theirm..«ers ; UftY«d have not since been heard of. I heir roasfrs took no measures for their recapture, and intended to continue their route yesieiday morning with the two remaining servants. Just as they were gettine ready wleate. on of the deputy sheriff* served a union "i>Jor C. to appear before J udee Stallo to answer ibe charge of forcibly detaining two negroes as ■laves. Their departure was necessarily post poned, and tne paities repaired to the court house. The slaves, upon being interrogated by the Court whether or not they leave their master, replied,"' we ttt/l die before ve mill Irate our master. 1 he . d missed the case, remarking that ;he hid a right to go and do as they pleased. The coirt room was densely crowded, and much excitement p evailed. The parties leave ...

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 July 1853

VOL/-NO DISPATCH J. M ' 1 'IRPIN. Proprietor R. PLEASANTS, Editor. "jf Th« ot Uie Dally Dispatch e*- ,1* cotitklttrably Uiat of all Ihn Dally ol nehmom! combined • > KKiK.nONU . VA.t Jtornin*, July 14, 1853. ('OIi. (iARNKTT'S LETTER. [CINCUTDKD ] Col. Garnett himself tells us, that while the Parliamentary committee voted the broad gauge the* best. Parliament itself % oted to retain the narrow gauge on all the roads running to the north of London (in England). All that have been built since that time, in that direction, have been built on the same gauge. Can there be a stronger proof, that, in the opinion at least of Par liament, the break of gauge was a most fearful difficulty? In the American Rail way Times, a paper ef high character, of April 7th, we find an article in which it is stated, "in consequence of the break of gauge at Erie in Pennsylvania, numerous changes of cars take place between Cleve land and Dunkirk, and that travellers on the route complain most bitterly of "t...

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 July 1853

The Mxcilla VAixir.-This valley is Mid to be the only very lu « b ' e "^ h ol New Mexico —finely ad.p^^o' he cul '^ lion of the grape. The S.oi.Fe WeekyG. zette declares that up to the time of fixmg the Initial point by the Boundary Comm.sa.on. this valley was a part of New Mexico; an that as soon »• « h « ißi,ial upon, it was taken possession of by the Mexi cans, who drove out the Americans without compensating them for the improvements they bud made. This is considered an important declaration, if it be true. New Mexicas Minister.—We have here tofore announced the arrival of Senor Almonte, the new Minister,.. WO e is well known in this country, from his previous resi dence here, sod is universally respected for hi« diplomatic talent, frankness and straight forwardness. The fact that Santa Anna has accredited him to this country may be looked upon as good evidence of his peaceable inten tions. Mexico has, for a few years past, sent us Ministers whose conduct has been marked by dupl...

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 July 1853

THE latest news. Fierce «w Philadelphia. The Fret*iticnt reached Philadelphia at four /clock Tup* 1 ) 11 ?" •'ternoon, and was received at the Navy Com. Heed, and a large number J n* Tal office « •" full uniform. On Unding, • e, ' ute was fired from ,he sad (be tn#f intß up with presented arm?. K procession WM 'hen formed, the Ci ty Troop formed a guard of honor, and after a rev jtw the President, on horseback, took posi« tion in « he cfn:ie o( «roop, and the proces f io.i took up its lino of march amidst cheers, •»« ing of handkerchiefs, &c. At Indepen dence Hall the President was officially we!- COII! -j to the city by Mayor Gilpin, in an ap propriate address, to which the President re >ponded jn a specchfrom which we make some ftirsctf- After some preliminary remarks, he ; I h«v» been much surprised—aye, sir, filled . t | iofound nwe—at the manner in which vp h&»" received me. Philadelphia is a city mark. If your mountains and valleya irtit) with the elements of comfor...

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 July 1853

tHfTVAILY DISPATCH ~\W W« '.(Hi (he following translation from the Frenc* paper Rtpmbtiemin, of New York, it the W u.hiogtoa Republic. Itie a «mpfe of the spice end piquancy e»iei»d from the Freoch wits in P"'» upon the appearance of •Uncle Tom Siowe and Staff" ibere. the TKW translators VISIT *M. STOW*. Madame Harriet Beechrr Siowe, the aathor o( Uncle Tom, arrived laat week in r*rm, and flopped at an American Hotel in Verneuil * Tbe report of her arrival having spread throughout the city, the translators of Uncle Tom g< nerailv denned it their duty to tend in their cards. Madame Stowe responded 10 this courtesy by another. She wrote the follow, iog letter. Sin: Permit me to express my gratifica tion that you should ha»e devoted your litera ry talents and vour knowledge of the Ameri can language to'translating my novel of Uncle Tom. Of all the translations of this work whieh have appeared, yours is without ques lion the moet faithful, and it very often, by the merits of its styl...

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 July 1853

VOL. B—NO. 23L TKE DAjJLY DISPATCH COWARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor^ r.T>TAN'T AND CU*>RING Nfc.VY»l PAKI>KN d: KlNti'S STEAMSHIP EXPRESS, P „ IIIIAMIKE AND J. 4 .>!KSTrtWN, R i T l ■si) KATKS AND INCREASED EXPEDI TiON, 4c ate. 7*l iv proprietor* having male n°w arrangements I tor tbe still better dispatch of their Expre.a by thoste*m«hi,)B UonnoUe and Jamestown from New York thev wuh t.> keep it before the public, th JpAiUSKNA RING S POPULAR SOUTHERN EXPKKS# io always on hsn<i tor ihft iccomiDodt' tian of t'hei r friends, at the lowest rates and unpa raile!»-i ol.pntch- their Express lesvlng New York, ia gener*Sy d" ivered at almost every point of Vir. gtnia in 4? hours, «nd throughout North Carolina in 56 hnur». f ' rt y V et cenl tmlow theold HUM BUG monopoly PARtSKN A KING'S facility sfor the expeditious transposition of freight and Packages, cannot be beat bv any < xprets company in existence, and they defy any c >moetition, therefore, in ...

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 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. t t » The circulation ot the Daily Ulapatch e»- e*2i considerably that of all the Dally papers ol ElehmonJ combined- HICHMOMf.'A.i Friday M»r»l»»i J«>T I 8« 1533. ■ = THE WEEKLY DISPATCH For Friday, July 15,!« now ready and for sale at this office. It. contents embrace a Urje «nd interesting variety of Ed.torial*, Selected M«- cellanv and General New*. Price 3 cen.s per ■ingle copy—fl P« * nnum 10 » dT » nce - RUSSIA AND TURKEY. The news bv the telegraph yesterday (we write in the morning of Thursday,) lookssuf ficiently warlike. Nicholas, whom we began to mistake for a mere court green bully, pull ing his coat off and offering fight to all cu Mom erf., but backing out when the first customer offered, turns out to be no bully at all. He means to fight, if the report be ttue, and no mistake about it. Well, we can sit down in quiet here, if Santa Anna and General Trias, and the Diario de la Marina will lei us alone, and take the profits of their dissensions to o...

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 July 1853

the latest news. The Forei/rn Mew*. We find ~u' ''" le additional news by the Arabia in the papers received last evening.— The aspect of affairs in the East is regarded as ] e « favorable to peace. The French and En glish fleets were anchored offTenedos. a sniad but celebrated island situated about 15 miles fcii'hwest of the entrance to the Dardanelles, In regard to the Czar's complaint of the con duct of the British Premier.it is said that he bus forwarded peremptory instructions to M. de Brunow to confine himself to official inter course with the British Secretary of State. As staled in our despatch, the only item of Ch ; ne«e news is one to the effect that the re bets had recaptured Nankin, and were march ing on Pek in. The gold news from Australia is satisfacto r\. Provisions erormotislv high, lie commercial news by this arrival is in teremng. 'nun rtie fact that ii indicates a large t.Vntx e in breadstuff-. P S. Siiice the above was prepared, we hsve received the New York Expre...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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