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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 27 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH Correspondence of the ltl»p#trh> R( rKBR!P«K Alt M July 22. A te* lines from this place. I feel, will not prove unintercsrng to such of your readers as belorc t<> 'he valetudinarian order, especially when they emanate fiom the pen of a phyai cian of twenty years'observation. . I therefore beg leave to say to 'hose rt.l ete< with Scrofula in any of its stages', its inception, the gradual enlargements o elands, or in a suppurating cuediuon, co • • liere, ,f you desie or ever expect to he re her d from h th** hss b?*« cnast'i the Ojiprobi ici Medici. 1 here * r ' ■ mocuntenteestablishing t!j« ' ' ' JV| ' a . ion her i advanced, and <■ on - ', , thy for suffering hnman.iy tha ' make it known through .he columns ol your Wi Sewnd?y U 'u'thie "tffc.ed wiih Dvepepsia in its varied forms. jei.nd.ee, chrw.e .i.-rrtwra, derangements of .he liver, spleen »nd parenas, throoic ophr:.*lmi» from any cause, all the. diseases of t ( >e skin and many fcnule disease...

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. — 28 July 1853

VOL. 3—NO 242 [ ; DAILY DISPATCH "jas a OQWARPIH. Piopritor. HtiaiX H. PLEASANTS, Editor. Aobtaw awd^RSK^S55P^ A- KINGS *TV \ MSHIP EXPRESS, P»t* qiuMIKR AND J %>IEsTOWN. K yZ •'( n K4TKS AND INCREASED EXPEDI * TION. A.c ate. .. , j.j. having made new arrangements } 1 better dispatch of their Expres* by »h»ste*rr« i Baniioke »nd Jamestown frnm M \ 5 ttiey wish t « keep it before the public, ft*ft'A'SENA KING S POPULAR SOUTHERN KXPrK" is always on band for the aceommoda jj"' D th- ir friends. at Iheloweil rates and unpa ralleled .ii«patch- their Express leaving New York J v d > ivered at almost every point of Vir clniaia 4S hours, and throughout Norlh Carolina lo sri hears. surf at f irty per cent below the old HUM BUG MONOPOLY PAHISEN A KING'S faeilltif s for the expeditious transportation of Freight and Package*, cannot be best bv any i xpr*»»s company in existence, and they jefy any e moetitioo, there'.ore, in the snape of bumbiiu, imposition nn«l monopoly. PJ?- 1 B * sure 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. — 28 July 1853

i'HE DAILY DISPATCH The circulation ot the Dally Dispatch ea ■ considerably that of all the Dally paper.*! Richmond combined. IfclCtlMOftD.V A.i Tfcarsday M«r«tnj|, July 'iS, IM3» |jp* The people of Richmond have in iheir hands a lever, the power of which they do nol appreciate. The position and advantages of their ciiv are such as to enable ihrm with a proper spirit of enterprise and proper energies to make the most mpid advances in population and wealth. The natural facilities of the po rtion of their city are about to have tin aid of improvements which will connect them with the mas t produclive and flourishing parts of the Union, and will command for them a large portion of the Irade of those sections. These improvements have, thus far, not gone beyond those regions of this Slate which have always traded with Richmond ; but yet from their in fluence on the commerce and productive ener gies ot those very regions, our trade with them has in a few years double.), and we already fin...

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. — 28 July 1853

the LATEST NEWS 'jlf tugittrf Slate Cite—The Stare Re manded to hit Matter, &<-. PHtL4UKi.PHU, Ju'y 26.—The habeas cor „ I ~, (~»nivp slave esse was argued this irornine befor<" Judges F. Thompson and Al '-phn criJ't wan asked to remand the nrf«oner i« 10 'W custody of his surety, to an '' fr ;„ r (he < tince charged against him before l(lf . Criminal Court. The Court decided that gufpiv having failed lo bring his applica pro per I before the Court, not having taw V 't a bail<piec», there was no claim upon hX-as corpus wns therefore dismissed, r ; lie prisoner remanded to the Marshal of f , t'nl'ed States for removal to .Maryland, - 'v: ;he wtit of the L iuted States Consinis t loner. SKCOKD DFSPATCH. Phii rt'FmA, *' U '- V 2G—After the fugitive ha ; f'eca placed in the hands of the marshal, •i i. i i was S ot out ' )V '^ e Abolitionists in ireclaim bitn. Officers were despatch ,( , M .. jj itimore Railroad depot, expecting ,t'„i wotlid be sent on in the 2 o'clock jj...

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. — 28 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH TH ii SCM ME R RAIN 21* Hr. Tha far er's heart waa sad, h;« toil w»«.»»'•< His famfsfc/'d crops were cnspirg 10 the #« a. For not ons drop or lifc-SWUtmng ram Did the red clouds of summer deign to yieia- The cattle 'neath <ho trees, with soUin* tor*ue, Gave up the search for hcrbase in despair, And hstirs. n the shade their hsads ' * air Ana cht wed their cuds with most despond g The bru:k was dry, or stood, a • Hrnk \V ties'- stasr.aiu waters none , j coo[ Which late, in crystal brightness. pure u k ' Wootd with ifs song the thirs.y to its brio TV- > li-r. rt *na drsnk "P tbe resr:y That eveaingbarn's ihnw- U,e .lowers lav dead. Th* t'tpt ?h*r'"..'iier€d in h a lend J^Ts, r-e - :' ere<" dry acd withered as It stooi tS Aiit.'ng bird, scarce raised lhe.r tuae.'ul lays In du:i recesses of the ancient wood. Then man and vegetation prayid for rain - The withered stalks, like Uraishea hands, were niifd; Bot day by dsy was man's petition vain. The clcuds aro...

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. — 29 July 1853

VOL. 3-N0541 fnUi.Y DISPATCH . COW ARDIN. Proprietor. & -.t R. PHEASANTS. Editor. \ &• KING'S : i m>H I P EXPRESS, . A MIKK A>D jamkstown. tITS AND INCREASED EXPEDI TiON, 4c AC. , t -s having made new arrangements • iter dispatch of their Express by i Knnnekf and Jameslown from v wish to keep H before the public, \ \ i KING'S POPULAR SOUTHERN Y ' . . N |ways on hand lor the accommoda , ; , nds, at thelowest rate* and unpa * .. , ; ( ;h- tii' ir Express 'leaving New York, rensd at almost every point of Vir srd throughout North Carolina in * j . s: forty per cent below theold HUM jsf . M - V p A - . K 'N(t * faci'itU • for the expeditions j..t Freiaht and Packases, cannot be I ;e«» on; pany in existence, and they | . tiiinn, therefore, in the shape of [ fcu'jri)js -Mpositlon »nd monopoly. {V * '' l " oriier y° ur t?o«d* by I'arlnen I Kir - h xpre##,NjS: Barclay street, New 'jy, ;- ire.'. that aii they promise, they «rt!l fni<!:foily fulfil !! PAKi-'' s ' v KING, Ni>...

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. — 29 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH tW The circulation ot the I'sllj Dispatch ex •eeSsconsiderably that of all the Daily paper, ol RtshmonJ combined. ttio n n . va.' Friday Maralng, July i 9. ISSS. THE WEEKLY DISI'ATCB. For Friday, July £9, U new ready an J for aate at r tbiaeffi*. We subjoin a notice of it* interesting contents: Editorials.—The Central Ralhoas ; The Tun uela; Corn Crops ; New proposition for the South ; Va Historical Register; Qieer Computation ; The Telegraph; Napoleon's Prophecy; Position of K'chmond; Professional Quarrels; numerous small er articles. MifCELLAfntors.— Account of the Catastrophe at Niagara ; Particulars of the large tire at Bosher's Hal!; Criminal News; Foreign and Domestic Hews ; Latest Intelligence ; Poetry; Anecdotes, 4e. Price 3 cents per single copy ; SI per annum In advance. Editorial Correspondence. White Sulphur Springs, July 23. According to promise, 1 have seated myself for the purpose of giving you some idea of my travels, though they have not been so e...

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. — 29 July 1853

THb LATEST NEWS M'ROPtAN WAR UUESI ION Trrv ntelllgent Louden c-rretpoodcnt of the js> v V « Commercial Advertis-r who write* up ~ *vit hour of the Fcreigo tnteiligeoco by the jM , l!r ;mer, states that the understanding between j t ,; sr ,a »nd France it of the mist desnite charac \p- »cd tbnt it will "carry forbearance to the ut- K jitnii " li all their suggestions lor her with dr-wa'i terrjectei by Russia, iben th ywill finally (i - tinr'y assura? a position if hostility. T j. o «g:re writer states that the general opinion 'esist'd »• '"h* l whatever u.ay be ihe era of Ice , Pl -t oris s. the Turkish Empire cannot much . ri f 1 mail, talced in any shape, and the main cl ;,-v i f the European powers will henceforth be , a compromise by mainta nlng some indc- nt wer created in ;t» p!a<-e. T c Scat from Buenot Ayrt*. 7 p i.ewapapera received last evening con t , , i li:ila BuenosAyrean news in addition j.. 1 «i given by telegraph, which was I, it tliat the city was still besie...

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. — 29 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH Torrripcarfrnee of the l)i«pHPh. New Yokk Jaiy 27, 1833 : mpatchs—l i 1.1 j«u i,-, ,i i w n!n *iv* you * few .tik.U ss ' * V n-ur«, ; - during ray absence, hut ..;k o ♦,» k#*ro ftiv ?rcni «e ib* fA» t*» *• ?ork It a perftSt Wtct, -:rd tiv-u.h l •« ***1}? B road w*j. the bolm U to toga ?r d « B ar,;h..r»» k . s!- ep nor write ;';?h .rv di-gnw «f c,ra».-n Ihe r.»r c*trir.»M, pfc.sei >'°f. c Vm '£c£ «P ss "'SKS-BP nr.rUyfHj.j" -■ . «cd Warren «t eetsatd P*rk i aee, !•',"! v-'oi tii* 1 previous biddings ar •« h**« V v"- .• ; niv dewoilibej f gi»a placoto vast and bu which as fast h. complete, com e.evsai• ■■ ;rcn{; j 2(>B! . d of 08 „ man wao Bi*oa - |, Ml » (( a itoro now scarcely li-C." ; ee fc«-uod a. an advance of $10,fiOO. N-w v rV «# £ieiii« «ot a viila S ? certainly, bit waeu v, .i; i> be fioi«bea ? » *h»" ueTer dsre vUult H S am K rfc« Crvs-Vl Pataca i« of c varae tho "objerved of . 4 at orient. t.vetjbody and bis wite. *isiu ; t Wits and d reams of i...

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. — 30 July 1853

VOL. B—NO 241 THf" daily dispatch A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editox^ Import \NT AND 1-tUI-KN 1 KINII-8 stfamshif EXPRESS, p-r |t»»*N«KE AND JAJIKVfOWN. up' - h D RATES AND INCREASED EXPEDI ' TION. 4c «c. TH > proprietors having made new arrangements (, r tbe stlU better dispatch of iheir Express by tvp t ?f.sra«hius Koanoke Bnd Jamestown trom w y• r thev wish to keep it before the public, ttn PAiUSKN k KING'S POPULAR SOUTHERN EXPRESS is always on hand tor the accommoda tion c f tbeir riends, at the lowest rates and unpa raile!»d dlipatch- their Express l«arina New York, Is «er--r» iv delivered at almost every point of Vir. rfnia in 4f* hours, and throughout North Carolina in 53 hours. and at forty per cent beiow theold HUM BL'G MONOPOLY PAR'S KN ii KING'S facility s for the expeditious transportation of Freight and Packages, cannot be beat by any e xpre *s company in existence, and they defy any c rnoe.tilion, tfceretore, In the snape of bunibng, Imposition and m...

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. — 30 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH Thl , circulation ot the Dally Dispatch e*- eeSTcoosideribly »ha» of all the Dally papers ol Rlrhmomi combined. rich .no KU.TA.I wnrnrdit? Msrslig July 30, 1833. Kril ;«rtnl C*rre*pendn»ee. White Sulphur Sraisos, July 21- This is Sunday i but as there is no preach iog as far ss I can learn, ond as I have read myself already into one long nap ° Ter a book written about the evidences ol Christiani ty—a fact of whiih I had no doubt before—l hope it will not be thought a violation of the Sabbath, if I continue my correspondence with you. The rain lias taken its leave of us, 1 hope for days yet to come ; not a cloud dis turbs the serene beauty of the heavens., and the landscape is inexpressibly beautiful. You, as well as the majority of your readers, are so well acquainted with the main features of this lovely valley, that nothing I can say will be news', of course. To me, however, every thing bears the appearance of novelty ; for strange as it may seem, when the wande...

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. — 30 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. ~ "ARKIVAL OF THE ASIA. THREE DAYS I.ATKK FROM EUROPE. New York, July 28th.—The steamer Asia arrived at 11 !'• M., bunging Liverpool datea of Julv 16:h. fhp A'ift brings 9o passengers, among whom are Knrl Moaichuel, M. P; H. Ste M. F , «nJ W m. Jackson. M. P. The steamer Glasgow ar rived out on featur '"'rVe Humboldt arrived at Southampton on •be 131 h • " p t > Irj.lion in the Bank of England had de creased £290,000. RISSIA AND TCRKF.T. The Eastern ouestion remains precisely in ftaiu cj<io- No intelligence of an s.utheniic character has been received to change it in the lenbi respect. I-ord John Russell stated in Parliament that ma;ter9 had b.v no means come to a ! • ad, but that negotiations were s:ill go me on. . , . C, ; ~n Stringhara s energetic conduct tn regard ro Costa had prevented his being car r ! to Trieste, Captain S. having placed the Au-ir'»"brie under the guns ot the St. Louie. Inttiviews lied taken place between Mr. Marsa and Biron liruck, and...

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. — 30 July 1853

THE DAII.Y DISPATCH C'orre-T>o't«lence of the Dispatch. w RED EYE BEATEN. Dea*. Dispatch: I witnessed this morning on the Pxiiville Railroad a race, which b*"t the shirt off of "Red Eye'' and Eclipsed oul Boston io his pulmv dnva. . , , , By the bye, the D.invil!e Railroad lias made gome of th« greatest developments in human natur, ns well ss horse tle.-h and other "nx« ins," ('0 say nothing of friend l'-'s Ivvsvtlle horse) of any improvem<nt of the age, spin lusl rappings not excepted. But to the point—this ciornini', a mile or two hevcctl Keysviile, the train passed some teams en i!ie road, and * yourg hotsey that wns follo.ving in the footsteps of us illustrious man una. became so much excited that it enter ed into a ci r.iest of speed with the locomotive ••Henry" and a more animated and interesting contest no horse ever had the honor to partici pate in The colt was the decided lavorite at the atari; large odds were offered, but there were no takers. The country was broken ...

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. — 1 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. VOL. 8-N0 245 frti >* ILY DIBFATCH A. COWAHPXN, Proprietor. HUGH H PEASANTS. Editor. s= TTrrV ";\n o F A D VERTIBI *G. 50 I I »quare, 1 month 94 00 \ u- r.O 75 * do -2 month. 7qo i do r'' n j„ 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 „. .1, 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 on J d 0 1 w.-t» * J do 1 year 3 00 1 _jL c j n W .r. ; .: cHUon.are ehargod at the suae In exact proportion, and payable In >d Advertisements Inserted oa« a w«k,twice - »> — time. a week. will bo ahargad »0 for tbr i.r.t insertion, and J7i watt for eacn notice 'n.erted for 25 eeata; Fn JSu&o* 25 cent., Death., without obituary or .erved to -b.cribar. at m «*4a ':cr tf r a*u prr r*A payable to the SJrrter wee* v. Price for mailing, S4 a yesrin ad ***"' THE WEEKLY DISPATCH U o-bi i ! > - 3 "f'-TT Friday morning, and mailed or osa d<u :• vk a vbab. To Clt?b3, for 85 tlx co pl«»;*for .«•;() thirteen copie.; for 815 twenty eo pies. for SSOtwentv-WTen copies. ADAMS Ar CO.'S New York. Virginia and >orth Carolin...

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. — 1 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH mja' The circulation ot the i)aliy Diapatch ees« eoo«i<i<-r*bly that of all the Daily paper* ol R I OHni'tlP.T A.I n«ndar Maralni;, AuguM I, IMS- Editorial C«rre*pen«tenc*. White Sulphur Sprikcs, July 26. The co r pany here it, still, very rapidly in creasing.* By ihe first day of the neit month, i have no doubt, ils numbers will have been swelled to at least 1000. 1 cannot but regret, for the sake of invalids every where, that the weaus of reaching the Virginia Springs gen erally, and thtse in pa ticular, are not more ef fectual than they are ai present. A few vears, however, will m»ke a great alteration in that particular. I said, in my last, that were the contemplated railroads through this country once finished, there would scarcely be any possibility of estimating this property at its true value. In the first place, its medicinal properties, with all the discoveries of late years, have never found a rival. Other and valuable Sulphur Springs have been op...

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. — 1 August 1853

THE LATEST NEWS.' Arrival of the Georgia New York, July 29 —The steamer Georgia has arrived from Aspiiwall, bringing the Cali fornia moila "f J ul > »«*. 30° pa-fngera. and J1 602.000 in gold, including $300,00© in the bands of the passengers. Advices frotn Bogota slate that political at fsirs were still unsettled. Gen. Herera would shortly leave for Panama. \ttempts bad been made to burn Aapinwall, which had caue-d great excitement. The town of Cruces had been fired bv an incendiary, on the 3d of July,and sixty houses burnt. George J v - [Law's?] loss amount t0520,000. j';,f steamer Bogota had arrived at Phtiama, Juiv 3d, with Valparaiso dales of June 15th.— The Chilian Congress met on the Ist of June. Dstes from Bolivia to June 3d state that Pre sidect Bflsea was raising troops in all direc tions. Cai'ija was seised on June 15th, by the Admiral of i!ie Peruvian flset, who immediate ; v declared the town occupied,and placed trad* c'n the mme footing as under the Bolivian go vern...

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. — 1 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATTTH * ", M * N -Ta« Ctain.s. ?, r R ,T y •®?« ,ar »W»r» ol the punish ment it on • Chinese criminal. His of ,* ce ' s 7«"B,*»tunp»rdot>*H«, and it w U determined to make an exampleof him. Con I* f*!?* *°®nd round with cotton, •'f' I wuHow, Md having been dipped until he presented the appearance of a gigan «.« end e, was .tuck up on hi* father's grave *od lighted. Ot course, the poor tallow Pjrwhed to alow torture. Was ever device itenrd ot, so completely diabolical? Wosit Mtssifto.—The Martinsburg (Va.) lJ**ette save that two weeka age some five or •t* tetters directed to Baltimore, wero put in the post t ffice in that place, by as many citl •efts, containing altogether about $1400 in money nnd drafts. None of these lettera have been received in Baltimore by the persona to whom they were tent. No package of letters wm even r-oeived at the Baltimore office, •Ma the Sun, on that day from Mnrtinsburg, showing that they were either mis sent or stolen on the road. , Fa...

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. — 2 August 1853

VOL. 3—NO 24t> T ; QAILY DISPATCH =rT _ COWAHDIN, Proprietor. BTTGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. ZZ . ims OF ADVERTIBWG. 1 ..atre lfmrrtionSO 50 | 1 »qu»re, 1 month•< 00 1 tioni o 75 1 do J month. 700 i A* V do 1 CM) 1 do a do 10 00 } , w,vk 1?5|1 do 6 do 16 oo 1 i 0 : wreks a 75 |1 do 1 year 3 00 XF Cowmunieitottirt charged a; the «Rine j r . ~s or lest riakt a tq\art; longer ad raeE » s tn exact proportion, and payable In ad " ri r \ jvert'isemenU inserted once a week, twice . i k' or three times a week. will be «har<«d 50 aecls lor tho first insertion, and 37$ cents tor each * r r 2*~ Marriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu m -' i tice* 25 cent*, Deaths, without obituary or f*n*rai invitation, I:2} cents. ... rce"DAJLir Dispatch' is served to subscribars at su and a quarter cents per v,uk, payable to the Mtrier weekly. Price for mailing, $1 a year in ad VIIK WEEKLY DISPATCH U pub.iih i <'rery Friday morning, and mailed or ons d i-i.ab a veab. To Clcbs, for S5 sixco 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. — 2 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH BP* The circulation ot the Dully l>i«p*;ch e*- »«m considerably that of all the Daily papers ot Rl«hrrnn.? combined. KIOHNOND . V A.i Tne«<tftT Morning, Augnata, 1553. A WORD TO THE MERCHANTS. We desire toaay a word to the merchants of this city by way of becinning to farther remarks that we intend to make on matters not only concerning their interest?, but which relate seriously to the welfare ol Richmond. Perhaps there is no city of the site of Rich" mond where intercommunication among mer chants is so restricted us it is here wheie there i»so mu-h individuality of pursuit and interest, and so little ot harmony oi under standing and action with regard to their inte rests and those of me cilv generally in a com mercial point of view. We do not wish to be understood as rciec.ing upon the character of our merchants in calling attention to this want of communion and combination among them for the promotion of common objects. It is the result of circumstances, ...

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. — 2 August 1853

the latest news. xjieT; alifornia tragedy—death OF JOSEPH STRIBLE. r A letter has been received by his parents in Baltimore, (sayi Sun of Monday,) from Mr. John Strible,dated at Marysville, Califor nia June 23J, confirming in the main the par ticulars of the tragedy at Sacramento, in which his brother Jotep i killed his sister-in-law, Ag nes Sirible, at th« same time severely wound ing his brother Henry E., the husliand of Ag n<l)J „[),( then subsequently terribly cutting own throat. The accounts in the Califor nia papers represented that Henry, hsving his bead nearly split open, could not possibly eur- vf, while Joseph would most likely recover. The reverse of this, however, was the result, Joseph having since died, while it would seem > » th» fallowing extract frjm the letter referred to tUt 'he unfortunate Henry is doing well, ami ci i:'< mpiates returning home in the fall : Marysvil.lv., June 23 1853. It uppers that Joseph would do bo good, tad that hi* conduct here was...

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