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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 21 July 1853

Tfl DAILY DISPATCH i»«-E MCRDER. —A few day* ago a horri' ti murder was committed in Kamouras ka, L. C. The facts are narrated as follows, in • letter from Kimouraska, dated the 3 ! inst., published in the Journal de Quebec of 1 ues day week : "The olh< r day an individunl by the nam# of Pelletier, provoked a quarrel with h * father in law, Lebel. Th: last named, who, n is said, was of a verv irritable temper, proposed a death ficht, in which, a* h.- said. paftiew should be destroyed, po ok to put an end to all the dissensions which hod existed lor so long H time between them. Pelletier, without hesi Ution, se z. ti Lebel by the cravat, and ame.l with a verv sharp pointed kmte, intlicted On him 24 wounds. Lebel implored his pardon, confe «ing his had treatment of the prisoner; but the mmderer paid no attention to his words, and with savage joy, replied. 'You shall die as you deserve it, as a dug! Recom mend your soul to God,' and recommenced his at ack. Exhiusted, bathed in his b...

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. — 22 July 1853

VOL. B—NO 237 T .-IK J' AILY DISPATCH l|B 1 COW ARDIN. Proprietor. BriTGH R. PLBAbANTS. Editor. APA IIS A CO.'.' a.» Verlr. Virginia nrni >orih Carolina < EXPRESS, r-"' evitkd states mail steamrek, KOtXOKE <V JAMESTOWN. Ta «r.: "*•■** .Vr» York R'cKmond, Petersburg, ire ire. «r --1 j \V NO t 3 rted arrangement* with the L*. S. I I rv.-. i'f > f »tea:ner*from New York to Nor jcii »r..l K;, broom tot nprriul Expre»» prl» vilrgea i t"«* route, we are now prepared to reoe.'"" and i I'Tard. to and from N.«w York, mer er-. mJif» -.;>a i-ackaae* of every d<i<criytion with dispatch anu at urcntly reduced laten. Our Ex.-pie wii! leave Now York every Wed setday and Saturday per aplendid steamer* Hon iaoUe and Jamestown alternately. Good* will bereeivea .t <ur New Y'ork office, 59 Broadway, until half past 3 o'clock, P. M , on the day of sail toe M"rchnrt9 a-,d other* ordering good* from New York. '• •ju> , *ted to order by "ADAMS & CO.'S STEAMSHIP EXPRESS" Our E...

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. — 22 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH FSf The circulation ol the Daily Uispatcb ax- that of all Ihe Dally papers ot ftlehmonJ combined- __ HMIIMONU.V A.I Friday July H'j, 1833« THE WEEKLY DISPATCH For Friday, July 22, Is now publi«b*d and fur »ale at this < fflse- Attractlvo and Inatructive original and »elec;ed matter and th ; latest and moat impor tant local and general news fills tbe colurans ol ihis number. European Intelligence to the latest dates is liberally recorded, a~d the proipecta of a war on tbe continent fully and Impartially dUcussed. A clear view is alio given of ins position of afUirs upon tills continent, in connection with the latest dutches from Mexico The particulars ot tbe recent large fires, and important crimiaal exsrni nations in our city sre given; and tbe chief casual ties ana murderous always and prominent topics i t interest in the Slates faithhfnliy chronicled Se lected poetry acd m.scellany adorn its psges.— Price Hires cents per single copy and 81 per aunum in advanc...

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. — 22 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. JHK EUKOPA'S NEWS. England. T,,p English Ministry being violently, end about equally divided on the Turkish question w <« ihe cause ol Lord Aberdeen's retirement b«;ng rum >red. i'ne London Morning Herald, of the 6lh, added, that "the disagreement whi h almost amounted to a break up of the Cabinet, lias n patched u(), and things go on ns usual iV . ' An agreement likely tc be blasted at an* in. went. . (i. Ilobbs, in three m.uutes, picked the trernniin lock which had been awarded a prize (.! from the Society of Arts. Mr. Chubb, .' ,'""ce!fb»ated locksmith, presiding. Hobba j.ier.' • ;< m the pre»ence ol the Society, with a nce.ii'' an.) a thin sirip of steel. l,i the C.urt of Exch< quer, Cobb, versus Fremont, the rule had been made absolute, awarding the California interest of 25 per cent, ir stead of ihe Washington rate of 6 per ij i, • V i toria would visit Dublin on Tueg ci.ee 1-h July,and remain until the 16;h. I>, i-iu Cornell has beeu eiecU-J me...

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. — 22 July 1853

ThlS DAILY DISPATCH "FomG» Item*-From .> ® f • rio r bolt on board the London, belonging to the Br -h Navy, the cable tl>w round with ,ucu torce as to ktll Lieut. Chapman and six men, »bo were sitiirg dcwn to dinner, and wounded nine otlurs. Captain Garcia Francin, of the American vessel the Lewis Storer. in the dock ot H*»re. blew cut his brGftiH yesterday morning to H'S cabin Fearful, a t parenlly. «h*« """ would not suffice, he placej t«*o at hu heat and discharged them "t the same I'tri*- "e wo, only 38 year. o» age. Tha cause o•»»« suicide is not known.— Gttltgnani of July b. A letter from Crespiu.in the Courier du Nun], stat a that three men were kdled by the hail stones on the lowing path ot the Moos ( anai, near Vontwuile.tr Ham, in Belgium. In the commune 0 f Qukvretra.n, several custom house officers were bruised by the hail. Ihe quantity of windows hroken at Valenciennes last week by hail storm, was so great that the inhabitants hn*e been obliged to send for gla zie...

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. — 23 July 1853

VOL. B—NO 238 XKEJ > VILY DISPATCH "ffaT A CCWARDIN. Proprietor. huoh R. pheasants. Editor. ga&T « niMßru A ( O.'f Yo-k. Virginia itnd Norlh Carolina * <Ti EXPRESS, rN STKD STATE? MAIL STKAMKRS, KOVNOKK A jammtdwn. _ .' ,v,v York, ft rkmf.nd, Piltrtourg, le • " tfC tfC. HAVING f ff' Cted arranuetnenta with the U. S. m v'i i t steamers from New York to Nor. f.ti and" Richmond tot special Kxprea* prl. Ulrnrs i that route, we are now prepared to * r .J ward, to and from New York, mer ch«;';;se .ad packages of every description with dispstch and at greatly redured tales. Our Express will leave N> w York every Wed «n1 Saturday per splendid steamers Hon. noke and Jnmr»«owß alternately Goods will b- tfceivea ai our New York office, 59 Broadway, ontV; eslf past 3 o'clock, P. M , on the day oi sail '""Merchants and others ordering goods from New York a-'> -' 0- "t*d t" order by "ADAMS ii CO.'S STEAMS ti!" fXPKESS" U,.r in.»':d I xpress will run aa heretofore, leav leu York an...

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. — 23 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH rr The circulation ol ihe Dally Dispatch ex aei<M considerably thai of all the Dally papers of BiehmonJ combined. C mi:HM«>Ni) . V a7i jiatarta? Wsrslsg, J«ity 83, 1553- THE CENTRAL RAILROAD. The Board of Director! of the Central Rail road, at a recent meeting, had before.th«*ni the subject ol the action of the Board of Public Works making Covington instead of Clifton Forge the Eaatern letminus of the Covington and Ohio Railroad. They resolved that the Companv bad not now the means for construct ing the portion of the road between those points ; and determined to make an appeal to t'je St ite for assistance, as well as to counties and citiz n 1 interested, to subscribe to the stock of the Company, to give them the means of doing the work. With the view o' ascertain ing the amount necessary for this extension, tii?j instructed the Engineer to make immedi ate surveys and estimates. The Board also took action upon the sub ject of the temporary track across the ...

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. — 23 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. The Fisheries—A Change in Affairs I'a ston, Julv 2*J.—Ths schooner I<- M<"Ken 7 : P . from ih<» Bay of St. (he first of ihf tnackerel fleet nrrived a( Gloucester, re ports that the fi*h have not been plentiful this season. the Captain saw a number of armed vessels belonging to th»- British fleet. Anofli cer from one of the Colonial vessels boarded and, in a very gentlemanly manner, s'ated thst'vessels having more than t«o guns or muskets on board were likely to be seized.— H • also paid it wag understood that American fs! ing vessels were not allowed tt» enter the jjav <it Chaleur, and stated that when a vessel ;« s eif,fd for fishing within the limits, if the crew depute ihe distance, it is to be measured. The Captain also states that most of the pe pleat .St Johns Island, Cape Breton, and Gu j< Canso, who formerly petitioned for 0f ,,&1 vessels t<> drive off the American fisher men, are now signing petitions to have the re strictions remov...

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. — 23 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH Colored StatcK*. —Mr Bryant, ediior o( ihe Ere Po*t, give* an account ol the new fl p,r.a Jt by an artist of Italv in coloiing a "The ancients, you know, colored or paint rJ ih-:'r statues, and this is supposed to have done by persons who made it their par ticular professions. Gibson ha* a status ot Venue, a very pleading figure, the hair of which has been colored of a very light warm blown, binding it with a fillet of the most delicate blue, stsined ihe eje with a dim azure, with a lint i f a crimson vein or two at the corners, laid *'".e fs inte«i possible bloom on the checks, toucln d 'he lips slightly with sca'let, and suf fused ihe skin, over the whole lorm, wit'i a carnation just perceptible, through which Ihe blue stains of the tnaible appear like wander in? veins. The drapery of the figure is leit in the original color of the msrble, except ihe border, along which runs a double stripe of pale blue, with another of pale crimson next to the edge. The effect ...

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. — 25 July 1853

VOL. 3—NO 23! l X DAILY DISPATCH -, t . A COWABIM*. Proprietor. H JGH R. FLEASANT3. Editor. „,.. VT vs ' PAKI* K * i A KlXi f .rUMSHIP EXPRESS, _ ~ ; WK K and jambstowi. r?ducfd rates and increased expedi Rt.UL w TION, AC 4'C. rii .IV urnprict. rs having made newarrangements r | , ;U P hi': better dispatch of their l-.xpre.s by -ti-siri*. m« Koaaoke and Jaair«town from w «• V -k tfcpy wish to keep it before the public, ETP * KlS«> POPULAR OOUTHERN vvVltK-SS u always on hand tor the accommoda- I V « their trends'. at the lowest rates and unpa ralleled patch- their Express leaving New York, U\rener» '•* deivered at almost every point of Vir in 4ti iicura. and tbrouahout North Carolina in sri b »urr ;mi at forty par ceut below the old HUM- VtVTG MONOPOLY PAH '>? N A- KING'S fadhtic afor the expeditious tr*r. * c » jr re jght and Packages, cannot be beat by any xpress company in existence, and they defy ar.y moetiiion, therefore, in the anape of bun:bns. imposition and monopoly. P...

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. — 25 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH WW The circulation ot the Daily Diapatcb ex guSTr—" '- Mr th,t of %1I the Daily p«p«ra ol ftlehmotiO combined- Hii«'H "«» *» • * *•' M*n<lftT Moralttf, July 'j», ISJ3- j*EW PROPOSITION FOR THE SOUTH. A proposition which has been discussed at the South, and ia earnestly sustained by the "Cotton Plant," ia to exempt slaves Irom sale under legal process. This measure, it was argued, would shut up the moutha of the abo litionist* and silence their agitatien, inasmuch as it would ahield the slave from liability to •ale under the hammer, and a forcible separa tion from master and family. This is the argu ment of the Cotton Plant, and, poor as it is, it is about all that can be said upon it. We never expected to find any great wisdom in your one idea newspapers, and we are not aware that anv thine to disappoint us has illumined the columns of that paper. So far from such a measure abating the agi tation of the abolitionists, it would increase it and give it additional...

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. — 25 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. The Fugitive Slate Excitement —A rrett of ike V■ Ss JJnrthal I'HiLAPRi-FHiA, July 23.—George Smith, the fugitive »l»ve, was to day remanded to hi* master. A writ of habeas corpus was subse quently sued out, and an attempt made to take possession of the negro. The LJ. S- Marshal, upon what he conceded to be iegal grounds, refused to surrender the fur tive, whereupon the M rshal himself, was into custody by the Sheriff for contempt of court. The matter hast produced quite at! excitement. ______ Sailtnf of the Pacific and Black Warrior. Nvw York. July 23—1'. M.—The Ameri can tnsil steamer Pacific sailed to-day for Liv erpool. tiking out 106 passengers and only $110,t v OO in specie. Afnong Iter passengers are the Hon. Henry B< dinger, Charge des Affaires to Denmark; Lt. Maury, and Colonel MaU#kv, of Nassau I■ ... amer Black Warrior also sailed for Htvoni *nd Mobile, full of passengers. Col A M. lliribrook, ol the New Orleans Pica \ur , if among the number. F om Sant...

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. — 25 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH The Bridgeport Bane SwiSCLE —A flash chap ca' In* himself Dr. Wifilam Lombard, was aricsted on Wednesday in New Or , charged with aiding George II- Duncan, 10 • •indiing the Bridgeport Bank by the t.» posit of a fr.ctitious lump of gold bearing quarz, o which we gave an accouut on 1 hu>- •<y• The accused is sa.H to hove been engaged with Duncun, at Bridgeport. ■ h® p entv <>!" mcr.rv, and a passage ticket toL >r ma <>n the steamer Illinois. He »« 10 be *nt BtiJgepert for examination. Dmcao ,s still at lar-e John Che.ley, who was betoro ar rested, was honorably discharged. Sauit ;; t . Mary Ship Canal.—The exca vation has been carried down to the bottom of the car.al atone or two points, and within a foot or two of the requited depth for many rods* Men are at work along mori than half the of the canal, and new buildings for ac commodation of the laborers, and workshops fjr the mechanics, are being erected. The Tobacco Crop.—The fine rains which...

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. — 26 July 1853

VOL. B—NO. 240 THS DAILY DISPATCH A. COWARPIN, Proprietor. HUGH H. PLEASANTS, Editor. Hi fISfIHI aoA>IB COT»S York. Virginia and North Carolina SI'KAMSHII' EXPRESS, nr, VMTEI) states mail stkamfes, |iOA.M»KK & JAMESTOWN, T< f.d fra.i .Y,«c York, Richmond, Pttertburg, AfC. C. ifC HAVING effected arraneemente with the U. S. mail ine of steamers from New York to Nor and Richmond for aperial Exprena pri vilege* n tbat route, we are now prepared to receive aoafoi ward, to and from New York, mer chandise and package# of every description with dupatch m.d at greatly reduced latex. Oar Express will leave New York every Wed B-*day and Saturday per splendid steamera Koa noke and Jirine«tovrn alternately. Goods will be-eceived at our New York office, 59 Broadway, until half past -i o'clock, P. M , on the day of sail- lD |f<!rchac!3 ond others ordering goods from New York are requested to order by "ADAMS Sc. CO.'S STEAMSHIP EXPRESS" Our inland Express will run aa heretofore, leav i...

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. — 26 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH ot the Daily Dispatch ex fcJSfcowldMably lhal of all the Dally p»p«ra ot Ulehmonu combined- .. UICQIION U.fA.i TaeMtay Morning, Jnly 96. === "fSTGASIivORKs! We hare sjfown, on almost every groun imaginable, tk/st the gas works ought not to e removed—tut is, we <hink we have. Certain ly we have /feeen no argument to the contrary. The last /circumstance which has been pa raded as t reason for ihe removal of the works is that of 'the fire at Burr & filling" . oun dry, which, it was alleged, put the works .D imminent danger from thoexplos*. of the gas holders. Now we have shown, from incontro vertible scientific 'acts, that there was no such danger; but suppose there was, the force ol the argument is diminished to the extent of the cost of the present gas holders; for whenev er the cost of the reconstruction of ihe holders at Rocketts is included in their estimates by lhosfe who oppose the removal, it has been an swered that it is sot proposed To remove tbe gas...

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. — 26 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. foreign news by the arctic. RISSIA A!«P TURRET The developments in regard to the Turkish • uestion give » «»ore threatening aspect to af fairs. Count Neeselrode has issued a new circular, more impudent than the laat, claim ing that Russia occupVa the I nncipaliiies because the Frecch aud English fleet* j„ Turkish waters, and hints out clearly that Jlusfsa will refuse all conciliation until the fleets are withdrawn. A willingness to eva cuate she Principalities i», however, express when the demand* of Russia are complied \n Important despatch hag been received from Amsterdam, stating that Baron Bruck, the Austrian Envoy at Constantinople, instead 01* [ ring charged with a conciliatory mission, has made an imperative demand on the Porte for ail the concessions previously refused to Leiningen's mission. This would seem to Indicate collusion between Austria and Rus s a. A t ! i spatch from \ ienna announces that troi'ps ire about to be concentrated r.t Peter w&rd»in...

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. — 26 July 1853

the daily dispatch Horriblf. Affair at CusTos—Tha Do caturfV rion county, Tile.,) Gar.ette, of <h« 15th, has the following: The humbug career of the mineral ""RTj" tor Heir Alexander, met wiih a Biort wrw check atCliuton, Dewitt county, last w« • Had the parties been reversed and he tim, we should have considered it b® lor*. The facts are, a* we learn, briefly «h«e. In playing off the hocus !»«*..■ of rt» « * pistol, it proved to he loaded wk«, to the ycune man, <s ® orß L^^ l , g ' t, n )| in his Stand up and caich a f(jM> !oadeil pi „ CTOUth. received the ch „ ractPr 0 f tol in his k" '"j* f , ht , year ilie proba the wound f nd .®r?^" m „ ;a , o hi. life, IwiKa tS^edSX-ho wasaolelf depende^n him, inrnnsolable- Mnr ., re . CATABTRorHE.-A few weeks op narty was travelling among the Alm!' c-neiaiing of Mr. Edward Wyman, of Rnxbarv, of the firm of Wyman Arklay, I) r M. W vinan, of Cambridge, and Professor j Wytnao", of Harvard University, a beautiful «nd promising boy, son o...

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. — 27 July 1853

VOL. 3—NO 241 DAILY DISPATCH afjL CQWARPIN, Proprtetor. H. PLEASANTS, Editor. WtbT jBUBH Si CO/S v.ir York. % tr#inl» an<l North Carolina EXPRESS, rr r fM-rt STATKS MAIL STKaMKE*, roanoki: .V JAMKNTim'N. r cf ,j 'ra:i >*f» l'ork, R'ekmond, Petersburg, ice. Arc, ice HAVING eff-'eted arrangement* with the U S. mail fine : »teamer» from New York to Nor ths »r, i kich:» nt t n special Expresa prl rliege* < n that route, wa are now prepared lo »,><•< ve and forward, to and from New York, mer- Htar-dise and •„ -. vx«g«s of every description with d « and at creally redured rates. O .r Hxpre»s wiil leave New York every Wed Betlay and S»:iHay per splendid steamers Ron. anlte and Jamestown alternately. Good* will ber»ceiv.>s nt -ir New York office, 59 Broadway, EDt: half p*>t •; o'clock, P. M, on the day of aail iiiff Merchants and other* ordering good* from New Yoik are requ«??i»d to order by '-ADAMS Sl CO.'S STUAMSHiP XPRKSS" Our inland Expres* will run as heretofore...

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. — 27 July 1853

the daily dispatch *" yupF Th* circulation oi the Dally Dlipatck 6** that of alt the Dally papers ol Blehtnotiu combined. KICHMON !» . VA.« Wedn*adav Morning- July '■**» I^33* JtFFtKSON AND ADAMS ON RUSSIA ANU TURRET. Thirty y-ars ago Russia wasatwsr with cy. As that event m*y possibly »g*in oc *" r ' pj Up Mtiug to recur to the mntiasen so most eminent men th.t eaisted st that time of the «,ri«. of the queatlo-. •*» of U J * ferson, when ht wrote this letter, was 62 years ot age, and John Adares .'3 ■ ® .'Monticsllo, June 1, 18)22. r( .turn to the new« of the day: it that tho cacni )als of Europe are goto* to eat ■ jemstha A wgr b(Hwecn Kusua and Sf® k "' j, like fha battlw of the kite and snake: wuioaerex destroys tho other, ieaves a destroyer uL.°l o r ,h8 wond. This pugnacious humor of mankind 10 bs lhß hU , Dalure — 1 ° B « of the obstacles to toa groat multiplication, provided in the mechanism of the universe The cocks of the ben yard till one another; bears, bull* rams, do 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. — 27 July 1853

the latest news. cXI iFOiIWA NEWS BY THE NORTH ERN LIGHT. We continue our extracts from papers re ceived t \ 'h* Northern Light. The summary belt,* » ill be found interesting : SAN vrancisco KEWS. \j Bl ]etroi»el!e Dimier, a celebrated actress and dsnseuse. South America, has arrived (rem Valparaiso. . jjlts Eda Bruce, the popular ballad singer, from New York, has Riven one concert. Eoia Monteg; has gone to Sacramento* It is re nor ted that *he is about to be married. L TRAGKUV — UOI7BLE MURDER AMI SCI CIHE. We insert the following particulars of an af fair of late occurrence, some allusion to which will be found in another part of th;s paper : Joeph S;rible was found with hi;! throat cut f , ; • to ear, near the rear of the Marion Hon*". Ihe alarm was given, and on enter ;h 'fame house in the rear ot the Marion, linn £• >iuble was discovered weltering in .00 , »nh a horrible gash reaching from i.;f em: eof hi; forehead to the left ear; and Mrs. Strible, v. ite ot Henry E. Stribl...

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