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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 31 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. —« " _ ....Kir Da. Kodos*-!. —In widen- Ukxains . Novv v o rk. recently, it bee am" mg Beckmw ya , i: , s iit frrtnt thr brick rw*«»».irrt.. - (11r Airtot,# hXhw oxbum w«» U>« el tho He*. Dr. Kcdgrrt, Is!f founder and firat pa tor of Hint cliurcli, uho !iL.i in m?r> The wij and f ilk gown, for lie m+:n» to have been interred U» hir. lull drc ? s, wnre in a mate of nearly perfect P^ 01 , ' though the liody, which they w#rt o» oc *'<«' J went- of, frailer than tliey.'lmd entire^ Reared. Dr. R«Ag*r* was, in « the father of Pnvbjterlanbm in thi« co* JLy,. was the Moderator of the first , ~ i u refte» in i:*>, »ud tlie pastor of one of the oldest inure of the denomination. Death or a Fascii-v.—l he I L<>" r „ V(ISP « of the fivoa a melancholy narrative ol . mo< .smith, yellow lever in tho family ot J n r )eana at the l,oui«vii!e. ffl» family wa« ta ' hc wrllt time the epidemic broke ox. . irrivn i |i P found down to brins them away. . , sli( J two...

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 September 1853

Till' DAILY DISPATCH. HUGH 11. PLEASAXTS, Editor. JAP A COWARDIN, Proprietor. The DAILY DISPATCH is »erred to sulwrfVer* • 5J\ (MI V v!r*RTKR CENTS FF.R WEKK. payable to - e Carrier <m.A!v. Price for tiiiling. $1 a yeariu Livauce. Xl»« \Vbwu.* Dispatch is issued every ■iv Mid i'"iled to subscribers *t $1 per anunm. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c. FpO THE LADIES —Just received a lot J. ot very fine GAITER BOOTS, of yar.ou* kind*- Tau colored, w.th heel*. without " Biack " with " " without " " thick sole " " " fox'd " " " •> " thin eole, withont heels ~ 24 I'FMBF.KTON 1 BRO goods:— I bnre just retnrned _ from the North, where I have selected with r- 1? care, rhe largest and best assortment of BOOTS, <:I.»:S.TRi NKS. YALICF.S, CARPET BAGS, ie., ij,,: has evft been ottered for sale on this or the oth »; ;c ot the Potomac. tyPrices low. ALEX. HILL, an !S No, 127 Main street. I A 'DIES* TAN COLOIiED~GAITEK 1 A BOOTS, at SlJWper pair.—Just received an m (.irtmeiito! Ladies' tan colore...

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 September 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH- rwr Tb» cirrtilation of Mm Dalit that of all the Daily P»r*« of M*" o * •mbixied — •- RICH M OKJ>. THURSDAY MORNINO. sKI'TEM _• ; Telegraph. There are about 6«tW miles of telegraph in There an h 01000 mes England, comprising more inau ./wire Not only are distant places brought into communication, but ail the railway sta tions of the metropolis, the post office, admi ralty office, and other government offices, the chief police station, the Houses of Parliament and many of the principal clubs are connect r{j bv w fres. The foreign telegraphs are ge nerally underground, but not always. Submerged wires now connect England with the Continent, at several points. One Irire connects Dover with Calais in France, another with Middlekirk near Ostend, and another extends 119 miles from Orfordness to Soheveningen. on the Dutch coast. There are also two wires across the Irish Channel. By means of these, and the varioas continen tal lines instantaneous communication can be m...

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 September 1853

latest mail news. Com tpoiidonce ot the lhipatcu. Duel aßiaiirnsbhrc. Washington, Aug. 30, P. M This afternoon, at 4 o'clock, a duel was jh; near Blaaensburg.between Messrs. 80. vo ia!But'l ti. Davis, both of Bed ; county. Mr. Kidgewav was the chal ■■ Vi the word In- fired, without effect, Mr. Ihi vis reserved his tire. Mr. Ridge through his friends, expressed himself i'ltlsfied, and the affair was amicably settled. Mr. Kidjreway is Editor of the Bedford Sen paldished at Liberty, in Bedford coun ty. an<i Mr. Davis was one of the delegates from that county to the. L<-£islaturo. I'hey ar .. hc'.h young men. The ditticulty grew out of war: i jwlitical discussions, which was env red >' lto 11 personal quarrel. The cott : Davis on the field is highly applauded. We that the Baltimore papers state t!,: Mr. Davis fired; but this is a mistake. The above statement is correct.] >TK THER FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE BY THE EUROI'A. HaLIUX. N. Aug. 29, P. .V.—The following ai a .-ummary of a...

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 September 1853

THE DA IL Y DiSP ATGH. Ala*a*a. The Montgomc -1 -i.rr ■tnd fsa*et«* announce* railroad TV """ Mrtin?* in Alabama a* follow* Mfcc j,p1,l at Pratt ville on the 13th inst ?«.£e d.-T at Bl'ift Port. Sumter eountr— en* (. r Momphi-, Pickett*county, on tlie-.- to bo held at Ely ton on the 24th. and atl MINMMM A emiv.-ntion w trance.) for the Union fpiuuj* Wl»r si month. Then* meeMnirs and the T'™. 1 > jnu-t he productive of permanent benotir. TW» isthe right spirit; and the faster we go n with our rcad«, tho bettor for us. R ATTL K * VAK K. Mr J. Rattlesnake hM put to teat thequesti-m whet:. is or to not a Hviporo... am>«»^ Mi'h rti which y ,lfQm before, which he i< certain had not i //arii,i# _ w»» «rr»U>'e.l in Peter,bur, on T«esdav for cruel tn atmcnt to hi* wife. His last of bruVi'T, was to hurl a bottle at her after he drained .t" of whiskey. It "ruck her on tho arm and rut it badly. Being unable to give secmnty for coo«i behavior, ho w a« sent to jail. DnniMixn Accident ...

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 September 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. " HI GH uTFLEASANTS, Editor. JAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. The DAILY DISPATCH is served to subscribers s;X ANO A qVARTKR Cf-NTS TER M EEK, payable tO the Carrier weekly. Price for mailing, year in ♦dvunoo. The. Wleklv Disr atch u iwued" every Frdar. and mailed to snbwHber* Kfl perannnm. BOOTS. SHOES, HATS, &c. fpO THE LADIES.—Just received a lot 1 of xpry tine GAITER BOOTS, of various kiuda- Tut colorrd, with heel*. " " without " Black " with " " " w.thaot " " thick *ole " " " fox'd " " " " " thin eole. without heels an 24 PEMBERTON &. BRO. NEW GOODS. — I have just retnrned from the Nrth, where I have nelected with creatcare, t.'ie largest and be,t assortment of BOOTS, SHOES. rRi'NKS. V ALICES, CARPET B AOS, ke., that has evt r been offered for Hale o« tins or the oth er «i ie o! tLe Potomac. ty Prices low. ALEX. HILL, an IS No. 127 Main street. AI'LES' TAN COLORED GAITER .J BOOTS, at Si.soper pair.—Jaat received an a*. *or?ment of Ladies' fan colored GAI...

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 September 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Mubined VA-: FRIDAY MORNTNO. fEFTKMBER 8. lt5X Thk Wrht Dispatch ol this morning con tiansan original Allegory entitled "Satan in Ooun. tel." which is much (ought for, and a thrilling sketch of "IbH hunting in the swamp* of Louisi ana." Our Foreign and domestic correspondence i* of unusual interest. There M also n vast amount of foreign and home news down to the date of publication, together with the u*ual miscellane ous matter. There are many editorial articles on topic* of interest, anions which we mention The Black Rebellion in Tortola, the Southern Press, Railway Systems, Honorary Decrees, Progress of the Telegraph, Ac., &e. Subscription per annum, On* Dollar. Sine'*-' copies 3 cents, to be hail at the counter. British Free Negroes. We recently published an article on the condition of the free blacks in the Island of Jamaica, snd gave the authority of the Go vernor, Sir James Gray, for the statement that the act of emancipation had proved a curse to both ...

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 September 1853

LAT EST MAIL NEWS. Tiik Ivio Ufavbk FrontilK.—' The rumor of ill feeling rxi-ting along the Rio Grande frontier, are - ot c> ■ntirtned by representation? from well inform- Hxm ct- Mr. J M Con rod editor of the Browns ■» > Fiae. recently in New Orleans state* to the , ,'st. tie XevUHrin' Delta, that business if r. i vine aions the w'.;< le fron:i»r; that the best feel jr.; exists among the Aoieri -ans ana Mexican*; that the Carva.sl affair i* nearly forfOtteir, that there • is no talk of war on the frontier between Mexico 8 n j ;he Suited States and "no tcerlikr prrparauont erf naii by the former-,'" awl tc I" consequence of the immense quantities cf the v ,r 'iFprJyi-iwti« ol Mexico, which have. here .'•ore '.en smuggled into the United States, Irom *'exieo such a* cattle, horses, tnules, hides, and other articles. Mr. Stephen lowers, col ',vf • of customs. ba° placed a corps, called rc vcbu-i consisting of IJ or 20 men, mount ed ak na the river, from tie mouth to Laredo, f...

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. — 2 September 1853

TITF. DAILY DISPATCH. —rr" ir n m Srmc of their Tketh.—OM <«or orifrn- =*mn*raH, of Cwmecttcnt, who douliAlW OTX 'v year" since, wat a lunn of «oi«? w ell a» perseverance, in rttfvtini the enjl _ dcaired A mong other anecdote* toM ot himhy London people, the place where be re > , '* Of°rt'ie'Trtriou-sect * whirl, have for their ilny ami then ceased to exist, . 3S the Kogerirca, so called from John or Tom, or tnmr other Rogers. ~ pot far from the goodly rown •*««•■£. Jive dfc tiaßui-'hul tenet of the wt was their J««Ul «M the propriety and vripfurality <>t the tonn ot •ft is not rood for man to «>♦* «!<«««*. 1 hi* they liev ni, aud alao that one wife only should eli are to her husband," but then thi. aho.tld be a matter ot agreement. merely, and the couple should come together and Jive a* ma" »»<« dispensing with all the forms of the marriage covenant. Ihe old Governor tisod frequently to call upon Rogers, aud talk the matter over with htm. and endeavor to con vi...

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. — 3 September 1853

Till'' I>\II.Y I MSl'A'l'('ll. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. JAS A. COWARPIN, Proprietor. The DATLY DISPATCH U served to mbocriUer* .1 s,» IVX 1 (jrARTF.R CENTS TEH WEEK, payable to f h ; Carrier weekly. Price for mailing!. 51 a year in »i»»nce. The Weekly Dispatch '« issued e\etj fr.day- an i mailed to tnihsc rih.rs a! $\ BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. Ac. rM OUKAOE HOME M A N V F A C |'i Tl'RES.—Ladies ran sh\.iv« find at the 'I.A r»!KS 8AI.OON," GAITKK BOOTS of our own which Me in every respect .upertor to anv of N.->ro n.wnfactnro. at a. low, if not low er prices. thev for the Northern article: then why buy ,V Northern Shoe*' We r"« f « het"»ae it 1.. . -,< r . en i!!v known that we make such shoes. The e :, -t .v,; advertisement, therefore, la to notify all „ ho hare not Hern aware of the fact, that we make a •»"te' sr.iile of Gaiter Hoots, of all *h*de* and en- I ■-« S- ,<;. SO. than c.m be lions til of Northern ir.anu wl-t tire for the same price. u harriiv necessary to add tha...

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. — 3 September 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH- <V*m» of the DtilT Dtap«teh c J2m««Wv th»tof«i!Ui« Dally p«p«i* of Richmond mtiWuwl. .. - RICHMOMP, VA.: jsatitrhat Horning, skwtmwkr '**• Insect Invasion- We published in a recent number an arti cle headed "Vegetable Invasion." in which •*e attempted to exhibit the power of the mi »or plants to interfere with and overthrow the works and plans of men. The accounts from many parts of the ■Northern States, of the ravages of the grass hopper. (which we have heretofore noticed.) bave led us to consider the power of the mi nor insects for human annoyance and injury of mankind. Man can fence out the large animals, and protect his fields from their in roads. bdt how shall he prevent the assaults of the pnny grasshopper! In Chautauqwe county, X. Y., alone, the loss from grasshop pers must be estimated at hundreds of thou sands of dollars. They have literally swept the face of the country of every green thing, lira."*, grain and garden vegetables have shared the same f...

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. — 3 September 1853

LATEST M AIL NEWS. ACt 10EN r ON THK CANAL, r ,-i- «STO.i on the Canal a few days since. 1 . , rr-x k, >n consequence cf whichi the : r=° dr»*n t'ruTn the channel tor a whole « ' r on the upward Packet have to ro \ 'ifi-.-V, night in wagon?, and to doing » c f the wa-j-m* was up« t over a pre- I-*' l " : q\\ , t th» were more « ■prt ,vl * r , j ; -i,mes. of Her.i »co. » « regret to learn, % ' I V-,u-v -/"not mortally wounded. Mr. 8. vtgj uk'ntheVacket which he had just left, and V erf on the wnron were Messrs. V >W-..'•Hi K 11 Hill and r. Harrison, . •• "•'*> pYr'la* «•! Fed ford, andftnoot 1 \V\anJr:*. who e. %! with injuria ' . i'-'fiW* of Thursday. «u»t Lvtocm i *w <vvvistion.-\ ctmr •J c friend* o;"the Maine Liquor Law in E«- lia# c w.u held ;<i >- L> an vers on the 31st "'. , tO ;.. of Andcver. was chairman of the ■ . c" tesolu'i ins and addrefsod the meet ir • ,- s'so did Rev. Dr. Needier. Jr. The re-olu . ■ s lee ;.•>* that as friends ut tl.e Maine law...

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. — 3 September 1853

THK DAILY DISPATCH. —following i« « description <K «fr*o«ght (n VVortcrn Virginia, a* related by one of the cyc-witncsso* thereof. Prcmimg t}»! t«, e r«wa* but one blow struck, io answer to a" » ' ir.-rogatory a* to who w»» hit, the narrator rep'"" • -1 reckon he was from low dow;i on f*'*? ',„ *miewhar. Je* a* they war jnwin, a chap f } r on a claybaak how—l rwkin hP "" M rT „ j-tock, a acrowcfa ano«;7. a lectlc blin>l < ' ( • , — a t>ceft looking chap en« .u«*"L "? fernent the place, *e« he •» |h«* • : {w{ ,rt tney toV him it war \\ ell *»7 fwingijl „ flmb, an'hitching hi* ole eot i» out, afore 'count mna He ha.ln t ■ *io , r rjz some one fetched him a lick.« , <N t ,. is dreckly wit', *ome ' *'£ .. U> ll,' hp , fifbt f an' they Me him i: a ()Trr Ae veiled." __ . Ti mbmc.—While at the North Atue £» « (,<v» dav* ago, the following incident jJXE, \ little boy, only eight year# old, piny in* <Hth a younger brother, fell down No. s>*hnft. a !v»rpeadi. tilar ...

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. — 5 September 1853

the daily dispatch. BY J. A. COWARWN. The DAILY DISPATCH f* Gerred to rnbfcriben at six aNO * «C**Tr.K cent* pkk wfiF.K, payable to the Carrier weekly. Price for mailing, et a year in ®JVJIM*<- ijtc Wkmiv Dispatch 1* iwued every Friday, <n ,l mailed to aubtvribew at f 1 per annum. BOOTS, SHOES, BATS, &c. HOME MANUFAC _J TL'KKS.—Ladiea can alwavs find at the "LA IMKS SALOON." GAITKR HOOTS of our own make, which aro hi every reapect superior to any of Northern manufacture, at as low, if not lower price*, than they pay for the Northern article; then why buy the Northern Shoe*! AVe prrauma it ia because it \» no; generally known that we make auch aUoea. The obect of thia advertiaement, therefore, ia to notify all wh > have not been aware of the fact, that we male a barter article of Oaiter Boot*, of all ahadea and co lsi*. ar ♦i**. than cau be bought of Northern manu ftcMire for the nine price, li u hardly aoceeaary ta add that Ladiea will consult tbeir interest bv calling ...

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. — 5 September 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Hrcolatirn ef tlw Daily Oi»pateh excwij tfcitof all lb* 1>«!J paper* of iUchncrt4 • RICHMOND, VA.: MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 5, 1853. The Epidemic. If there ever was a case where tbe etymolo gy of this word was fully vindicated, it is just now at New Orleans The yeilow fever is literally cpi dc»>wt, "upon the people." It can scarcely enter into the heart of man to conceivc of the extent of the calamity which has fallen upon the goodly city of N. Orleans. It is one great charnal house, in which the survivors walk in the midet of fear ful remembrances, withered hopes and buried joys, while the sullen fall of the earth upon coffin-lids is their most familiar music. Fa thers and mothers, husbands r.nd wives, child ren and parents, have been parted by thou sands; and the agony of tbe living is scarcely less horrible than tbe late of the dc*d. Our population here is some 30,000, exclusive of the suburbs. To give an idea of the awful mortality in our sister city, ...

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. — 5 September 1853

LATEST MAIL NEWS. f% e Xlifing Shirrs—Otrrhaitlitig' cf thr San ml. _\V> noticed on Saturday the fact that three glaves wcrc at Portsmouth, and it was Hippos'*! jhpriai seceoff in the British ship Samuel; and further that a Moan;or had cone in pursuit. We loam m'»i the Norfolk paper* that the steamer overhauled the Samuel, and that two of the negroes were discovered tec rot od 011 board. The other was not found. The «l>ip, lwmever. w»« brought hack to Portsmouth, and another search was to be made. The Captain. whoso no.mo is David Moore. »ud tho mate, wore taken into custody. The cm duet of the captain, upon the arrest, satisfied the officers and the owners »f thenegroWthat he knew D( thins of the s!av<« boing on board hi* Wilt He <Sffered to assi*? in the nearch and furnish evei y opportuniiv fcr a complete ftxiiniowtJuti. Ihe ne groes that wore discovered wore found hidden in exceedingly confined and uncomfortable places, where they must have suffered very much. Trial ...

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. — 5 September 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCE ~_a vt VtMHer.—ln the Carr&l Circuit Court, £SS&«7Rrt tTs* * """ h " brought in a wrdict of ISOM Atfmpt' * er * n, * <ie 'T Va " pr> M«da. nKe.rit.c~V verdict, to compromWe them* f ' w the term* o" wMch Ml«« Comb* «* aceepWdL-J..*c«l. siKf&'i. The Barracki at Bcnicla. California, occupied hv w..i or fatten'* Company "K," and Captain I.yon * Company "B," both of the .-"econd Infantry. were d<*trc ved by fire on the evening of the 35ch July. The h«u»es of which their barrack* were composed were framed In Maine, and brought, at great ex peafr, all the way around Cape Horn. They were two ftoriwhiih. neatly painted, with double balco ny iu front ami rear. Ihe low oi this building is estimated at #."><>,Ofl). The nrw clipper chip Neptune'* Car, 1617 ton*, built at Norfolk Va., ha* been *old at New York tor about #K3,«W, aud chartered for California, at about #55,000—ah© i» now loading at 55 ceaU. The Californian clipper* at New York arc '« ...

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. — 6 September 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. BY J. A. COWARDIN. ! Th« DAILY DISPATCH i» rrrr-d to mborr V SIX AK!> X (iVAKTSg CEMTS PCK Wtt«, p«jr»ble to Hie Carrier weekly. Priet for mailing, 54 a year to [ailrthtii The Wr.EKLV Di*i»*tch is Uroed eTerj Friday, a—" in&i'ed to anbacribers at $1 per mid am. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, See. PNCOITKAOE HOME MAN UF A C- M.J Tt'RES.—Ladies can alwavt find at the "LA DIES SALOON." GAITER BOOTS of our own make, which are in every respect superior to any of h TCh*rr. manufacture, at aa low, if not lower prices, ti: u they pay for the Northern article; then why bay lt> Xoftnen: Shoes? We presume it is bscause it la bo; jteneraliy kswwn that we make snrb shoes. The <j» 'rt of rhia advertisement, therefore, ia to notify ail wH.> h*v* not b*en aware of the fact, that we make a |*»*-er arriti* r.f Outer Boots, of all «hadea and co- J.ir*. a! than can be boQght of Northern taaao lecture fcT the tame pric*. It is bardtv necessary ta add that Ladies will consult int...

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. — 6 September 1853

Vm: Wiia mspatch. A XXM-j * - ~ -c n»i:« Dinpttcb **ee«U " of all the l)*ily f.per. of Richmond omMuwi RICHMOND, VA ' TUKPnAY MORMNO. SKgTF.MBER 8, 1«3- The Agricultural Fair. The Lynchburg Virginian, at the eonelu *ion of some very proper remarks on the beneficial cfTects likely to flow from the la bors of the State Agricultural Society and the Fair to be held in this city, introduces the following extracts of a letter from Gen. W. H. Richardson to his son. who in the course of his tour through the south side counties had reached Lynchburg. These passages from Gen. Richardson's letter deserve the espe cial attention of Mechanics of this city and elsewhere in the State. All of them should take a deep interest in the exhibition, and every branch of manufactures should be well represented on the occasion. Especially slvmld the manufacturers of agricultural im plements exert themselves to bring out their b >st fabrics and their latest improvements, that the Virginia farmer may see f...

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. — 6 September 1853

LATEST MATTj NEWS. P*STRCCTIVK FIRK IN FRKDKRICKSBI R« —A fire occurred in Fredericksburg Sunday night, «hioh consumed the following buildings: "The building in the occupancy of Waited Se tcr *» a tinahop, the unoccupied dwelling of Mr. Pi a' v. the bakery of Mr. My~r, the eun«hop of V 'irannan, Millinery e«fat>H»hfncnt of Mrs. •;- ,nrisn. the dwelling occupied by Mr. Ki hani iiliamc, the gunt-mi.h shrp of Mr. W ;n. H. Bell, jiu itho r!iooe-tabHahmeat of J. T. Phillip*." The Herald, frona which we gather the ahore. sj v t! ;.f tlio fire wa* the work of an incendiary, and « .'discovered first in Waite& Sener'i shop. The t tal loc a L< about #?tfcX). Waite i Sener, insured- M-. Dickey, do. Mr. Myer, insure ! on dwelling and „. Mr. Brannan his stork and was not red. \Vm. Ii Bell, also largely—noinsu' •e. R. Williams loses nearly bis entire ftock , ~-ehold turuiture—no insurance. J. T. Phil . f vr.i his ftock in a damaged state. The build" ;« . \;j !">i by Phillips and Bel)...

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