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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 12 April 1852

VOL. 2—NO 14S. T"J DAir.Y DISPATCH. A . co w A RDIN, Proprietor. HUGH rTT'LKASAXTS, Bdtf T. CAS a term's" of advertising. , i jn»orti<m SO 50 I 1 square, I month $4 00 i insertions 075 1 do 2 mon»h. 700 i v V do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 Y. 1 «wk 1 75! 1 do « do 16 00 % 3 week. 2 751 1 do I year 30 00 1 Oonimunieation. ar* charged at the tame -JJa. .drerti«'m«ito. "ly 1y„ lines or lest nakt a ; longer ad- in exact proportion, and payable in ad- Inserted once a week,twice J*.): or three times « week, will b« fhargod SO for the first insertion, and 37$ couu for each Marriage notice. Inserted for 25 cent.; Fu narSnot'ice. 25cents; Deaths, without obituary or fMi'ral invitation, 12J cents. Th'<' I).ui.v Dispatch" is .erred to subscriber. ,t fi > and a quarter cents per itrek, payable to the esrrler weekly. Price for mailing, ®4 a year In ad- THK WEEKLY DISPATCH 1, pahiished every Friday morning, and mailed faros* dollar a'ykab. To Clubs, far $5 aixeo plet; t,r SlO thirteen copie.; fo...

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 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. far TO AllVKKl'i»fc£iiA«**Theeireflation or the Di!»faTC« it TMKCB turn at larw at that of any oth»r l>ailr paper in the city of Richmond. It u thar-'fare greatly tuperior to any other aa a ta«-di'im of vi rrrHMng. RICHMOND. ▼A.i Monday Moraine, April 13, 1819. fWELFTH OF APRIL. We remarked laat year that the 12th of April was celebrated as the day on which Napoleon gained his first great victory, that of Monte notte. It wig also famousM the day on which the last act of our own revolution was per formed. On that day it wa* that the great sea fight took place in the West Indies between Admiral Rodney and the Count De Grasse.— Rodney utterly destroyed the French fleet. He took the Count De Graase,the same who bad assisted us in taking Cornwallis, prisoner. He was the first naval officer who ever carried in to effect the scheme of John Clerk, of Eldon— that of cutting the enemy's line. A prosecution had been commenced against Rodney in the Parliament of Great Bri...

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 April 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. General Co**T#*rt#* o / Trim tin? —Conirresfional W kig C<tucttt— Copilol Extension—Ca*s and Douglat, $fc. frc. Washington, April 10,1850. Since rav last, another candidate for the no mination his been very prominently brought or ward by the Dcmociats. Sam Houston, it is said, possesses elements of popularity with which tew mes are invested. Those of the party in Washington who have been dubioas in regard to tli« ultimate success of other men, begin now to believe that a triumph awaits them underlie leadership of the gallant Texian. The friends <>f Gen. Houston have been si lently, yet actively, at work lor months past, in spreading, broadcast, over the country, a nar rative of his eventful life. The General, him pelt", has notbeen idle, and for a special purpose has absented himself during the past month or two from bis seat in the Senate. His friends eav that ha is the only man upon whom the party in New York can or will cordially unite. They contend that...

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 April 1852

•the daily dispatch Correspondence of tke Olipateh, WasaiTOTOir, April 9th, 1852. ' The apeech of Mr. Ward, of Kentucky, on yesterday, in the House, in support of the pre tensien of Gen. Seott, is pronounced to have been an able vindication of the claims of "Old Cherubneeo," to national support. Demonstar tiona, favorable to his nomination, are cpming up from quarters not heretofore anticipated. Thfe friends of the old General, imagine they can discern the gradual breaking away of the lowering clouds which hare dnreued the South ern horizon, and augur, hence, the cordial sup port of the Southern wing of the party, in the event of this nomination. The sensation produced by the speech of Mr. Ward, was quite electrical, and advanced "Scott Stock," fully 100 per cent. On the other hand—the peculiar friends and admirers of Mr. Fillmore, look with much concern upon these questionable movements of Southern Whigs. Mr. Fillmore, it is urged, is a reliable nan, and, inj every respect acceptab...

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 April 1852

VOL. 2--N0 149 THK lIMI.Y DISPATCH. =j A 37 A. CdW ARDIN, Proprietor. aV6H K. t*l. Editor. CASH TEKMS OF ADVERTISING. i .n-mrrt. 1 50| 1 square, 1 month S4 00 }* do 75 1 do 3 mon'hs 700 \ rfo 3 do ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 , j 0 i w«vk 175 ! J do 6 do l»> 00 1 do 2 w«?.k* 275 ! I do 1 year 30 00 .»• Communications ar* charged at the unw ..j! *.« advertisements. ry* Ten Hm* or less make a tfiutre; longer ad- ments ia exact proportion, and payable in ad r>r f Advertisement* Inserted once a week, twice . or three times * week, will be ihari;ed SO ti r the tir»t uicertion, and s7j cenu tor each •satir.uance. ry Marriage notice* inserted for'2s cent*; Fu neral notices 25 cenU; Deaths, without obituary or f 8 r«r&l invitation, 12} cents. The •' Daily DisrATCii" is served to subscriber* at th and a t;i.a-ter prr vetk, payable to the wrier weekly. Price for mailing, #4 a year in ad- Ttace. TFIK WEEKI.Y DISPATCH 1, published every Friday morning, and mailed fjrONK DOLLAR A year. To Clvbs...

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 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. £#» TO AUV KUTlkKHj*.—Theoireuletlon i M uus dispatch it th*j»* Tint at Urge aa that •f »n v oth-r Daily paper La the city of Richmond. I* J« tfc'iroiore s re»tly »up*rtor to any otter aa a jtICHMONP. VAt Toeadny Maraln», April 13,1839. CONGRESS AND ITS NEW LIBRARY. Holding a neutral poaition in political aflaira, the Dispatch haa been little in the habit of com menting upon the proceedinga of Congreaa, atl of which seem directed rather to the fur therance of partisan achemea that the substan tial interests of the country. It haa allowed the House of Representatives to vapor away at discretion, without one word of censure.— The Senate, too, haa inflicted much ted ion g neaa upon an already afflicted people, without theslightest expression of disapproval on th^jj part of the Dispatch. There is, however, one Subject connected with Congressional affairs* ■poo which we propoee now to sav a few Weeds; and we shall utter them the more freely because we can do so withou...

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 April 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. Affair in IUt.riMORK.-On «undav evening last an inoffensive man named ChlrlenF. Rasch, * hot in Low #,reet > Baltimore, bv a desperado named William Gault, under circumstances of extreme atrocity. It appears that Rasch resided in Low street, tß j WM attracted by a disturbance in the street, and, upon approaching the scene, was aimed*at with a •'* barrelled revolver, in the hands ofGauit, «ho, taking deadly aim, fired three times, each ball taking effect in the face one striking near the centre of the forehead onp near the eve, and the other just above the mouth, and each penetrating the brain, caus ing the unfortunate man to fall. The firing of ( l, e weapon drew to the scene, a large number of persons, w.io, seeing the prisouer run off, in company »iiii another fellow, started in pur suit- He was overtaken, near the intersection of Aisquuh and Low streets, and arrested.— Gault »«s subsequently examined and com milted to jail. The Sun says: During the examination...

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 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Virginia Legislature. Monday, April IS. StMte. The Senate ha* been engaged for the last two days considering the erisU created by the defeat ir. that body, en Fridty last, of the bill from the House specifying what property shall be listed by the Commiarloners of the Revenue, for taxation the present year. The Senate is nearly equally di vided between two propositions—one to reconsider the vote by which the House bill was rejectee—the other, the introduction ol anew bill. Yesfrday, we understand, there was a stampede on the part of the minority to p-event acti< n by the majority. The Sergtant-at-Arma was called upon to dis charge his duty, and some of the truants brought back and excuses tendered and received The scenes in the Senate, yesterday, hare b*n de scribed to us as i q in inteiest the legerde main performance. of Professor Maea.lister. I he minoutr giined their point—they f tared eft a re consideration of the vote which r« jected the bill - and now the...

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 April 1852

VOL. 2-NO 150. pIV OAIt.V DISPATCH. A COW A RDIN, Proprietor. k. Biiior. CASH TERMS OF *|)VKRTISINQ. _ ,gnso SO i I square. 1 month 84 00 ; 075 j 1 do 2 mon'hs 700 ; V, V do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 ' *1 week 175 i I do 6 do 16 00 ! 2wivk» 275 j 1 do 1 year ,10 00 ' Coii.rr.i-.Mofiot.s are charged at the same , . , f advertisemenss. Tf. ..-ft or U*f mtikf <» square; longer ad- T. •;, -n.< exact proportion, and payable in ad- advert!.- 1 merits Inserted once a week, twice **\ i)V three timfs » *wk. will be -sharped 50 '.f -s ti>r the first insertion, ana jij ceuts tor each ' ti' Marvisse notices Inserted for 35 cents; Fu 2«> cents < Deaths, without obituary or ? ■».* mvitauin, 1-4 cents. " Ua'.ly Dispatch" is served to subscribers it ft: «nd'aeMtrter cent* per week, payabl" to the weekly. Pri«> tor mailing, $4 a year in ad- THE WKhtvLV DISPATCH ,! • , c : ".slied every Friday morning, and mailed ''r one r.iiL.ii .v vkar. ToClcbs, fer $5 sixco- T£. : i s' > thirteen co...

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 April 1852

THiS DAILY tttSFKTCH. ra* TO AoVKUTl»J£»i."t.~Theelrcuhrtl«» ol me Dispatch u thrxb Ttxxa *' Urge u that of any other iisily p*p«r in tlw city of Richmond. It t» tJwrei'ore greatly superior to any other as a W dt'Jßl ">f - lTpr*'«tT>>. KitIH.MOXD, VA " Wednonay Morning, April 14,1834. THE CAPITOL SQUARE- The improvements contemplated by the plan of Mr. N'otm&n, which have been in progress for some time past, under the supervision of the Committee on the Public Square, are now nearly finished as far as the western section of the Square is concerned. No one, we think, who remembers tlie former appearance of this section, can look at it now, without being forcibly struck with the very grent change for the better which has already been wrought. A few weeks hence, when the complete verdure of earlv summer has mantled the slopes and the trees are out in full foliage, no public plea sure ground in this country will present a more grateful or picturesque sight to the eye. We fe...

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 April 1852

i ,Jf, LATEST NEWS. Tkrlval of steamer el dou.uk>. 15 Days I,tiler from Coitjarmia. \vw York. April 12. 6P. M.—The eteamer fi'n.mrio with d«tes from San Fmncisco to li'.rch Isih, Arrived at 5 o'clock. She bring* •!i ons-engerf. and $680,000 on freight mad it W 000 in the hands of passengers. The F.I Dorado w *s detained twenty hour* . \.»in«ail waiting lor the mails, but when i <n arrived the agent refused to deliver them. " h iy would come on in the Georgia via Ha "p«*senger train# are now running from As- Mall to Buena Vista. The trains start im ii'ciiiate.* on tiie arrival of the steamers. Pas- Lngeis leave Vspinwall in the morning, and ' r ,ite at Panama at midnight. Aspinwull is l.csinning to assume the appearance of a thri y\nz city, slu i ,s '"creasing in business aud population very last. _ Much distuss continues to prevail among passengers carried out on board the steamer North America, st Acapulco. Most of the i'rmales were taken on board the steamship Panama, but th...

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 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH CONGRESS—Monday. Sewat*. —Ths Chair laid before the Se nate several communications from the Execu tive department; one of which was from the Secretary of the Interior, enclosing copies of the charge* which have been filed in that de- Btrtmeot against the Commissioner to run the exican boundary. A number of petitions, including some fifty or sixty against the renewal of Wood worth's patent. Mr. Shields reported a bill to make the Columbia turnpike road free to the District line. The French spoliation bill was then taken up. HoOseof Representatives.-—On motion of Mr. Stsnton, of Kentuckv.lhe bill from the Senate appropriating $000,000 for continuing the work upon the two wings of the Cnpttol was taken up. The House concurred in the amendment limiting the contracts of the Archi tect and the Secretary of llie Interior to the amount appropriated, and non-concurred in that proposing to pay the workmen for the time thev have been idle. Mr. Brown, of Mississippi, a6ked le...

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 April 1852

VOL. 2—NO 151. THK HAII.V DISPATCH. A, COWftRDIM. Proprietor. BCOH R. I'I,KAM>TI<| Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 intra, lin*ertto7io 50| 1 *quare, 1 month «4 00 \T 2 insertions 075 1 do 2 mon-h.T 00 , 1 do 100 1 do » do 10 00 \ £ 1 wet'k 1 7511 do 6d016 00 I S «££ka .2 Toil do 1 year 30 00 •or Communication* are charged at the same advertisements. rja- IY* lint* or Uu mak' « linger ad r^SemoaU >n exact proportion, and payable inad- ' v> Advertisement* Inserted once a week, twice , or three tiroes * »eek. will be charged SO eent* lor the first insertion, and s<i cents lor eacb '"Vy- M*rrisee notice* inserted for 25 cents; Fu- 25 cents; Death*, without obituary or fanttrai invitation, 12§ cents. , ~ The '• 1)a:lv Dispatch" is served to subscribers ,» nr and a o«*rter cent' prr »«*, payable to the «rrier weekly. Price for mailing, 64 a year la ad vance. THK W KbM'» DISPATCH I, pub. shed every Friday morning and mailed for ox* DOLLAR A year. ToClcbs far *5 SIX CO. ...

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 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. tar Ttt At> V * KTI« K it*—The cl reu It is Hwiwfore greatly superior to any other as a RICHMOND, VA "! | Tli are Jay Msgja;, Ayrll lg, 18S2. THE ENTERPRISE OP JOUINALISM. Within a few years there baa been a great re volution in journalism, producing aa marked a change as has been wrought in acience, in phi loaopby or in government. Formerly the newspaper was a luxury confined to the few. Now, it has become a necessary for the many. Then it was sought for merely to supply suc|t intelligence as pertained to the weightier af faire of life, to present the phase* of party and the latest movements in the matters of State. — Now, the morning paper is laid upon the break- Cut table "At the accmtomed hour of cgg» and toast" to furnish the subscriber with the entire his tory of human progress during the four and twenty hours that havejust elapsed. Once up on a time, too, the gazette was not altogether a trifle as regards the cost of subscription. Now, the very best chr...

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 April 1852

the LATEST NEWS. "—PumTrfll CALIFORNIA NEWS. The lending item# of new* relate to severe freshets in the junior, consequent upon recent andverv heaw rain*. The loss of property, however, is not so great a* on a former similar occasion. Sacramento city was overflowed on (h» 7(!i March, in consequence of a cre vasse in the levee. The citizens turned out, and under the direction of the mayor, the breaches in the levee were repaired. The rains reused, the rivers resumed their ordina ry level. and, at the last accounts all parlies wrre repairing damages in good spirits, and rejoicing "that WM »"»r«e." The entire it>«s in the city is estimated at <150,000. The fanners and gardeners, on the low lands, and the proprietors of bridges, post have sustained much greater losses. At Marysviile the destruction was propor tionately greater. Three men were drowned at lsorkley s Ranche, some three miles from town, on the Yuha. They were caught bv the rise in the river. One "of thetn was J. Mille...

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. — 15 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH 1 CrmiitUM* ef the Wapank. VV ashicgto*. April 13th. It is believed that the disaffection in the Whig ranka increases, aa the period for the aeetinf of the National Convention approach es. Gen. Scott ia, unquestionably, in a predica tnent; how he will eaeape, ia a problem, the ablation of which baffles the judgment of the wisest politicians. The Congressional caucus which convened in the Senate chamber, on Sa turday night, agreed in but two things, viz: to disagree and to adjourn. The abortion of that night ia deemed unfortunate, so far as Gen. Scott's prospects are involved. With a few exceptions, the South will insist upon ihe erection, by the National Convention, ol a platform of principles embracing and endors ing the Compromise, and especially the clause relative to the fugitive slave law ; this will be strenuously resisted by ilia Northern and Western wings of the psrty. under the leader ship of Mr. Seward. If these differences and diaaeutioua are not healed...

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. — 16 April 1852

VOL. 2—NO 152 THE DAILY PTSPATCH. Tab. A. COW ARDIN, Proprietor. QCCill r7Im7kA!*ANTS, Kdller. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 Mttara. 1 insertion #0 50 | 1 square, 1 month t4 OD 1 do 2 insertions 675 | 1 do 8 months 700 1 do 3 do 100 1 do I do 10 00 1 do 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 week* 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 Communicntiona are charged at the same as advertisements. r»» 77* /«'*>«* or less make a #f*are; longer ad- W r?*»ments in exact proportion, and payable in ad ry Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice t we**. or three times * week, will be charged 50 eenw for the first insertion, and .17 j cents tor each continuance. trsr Marriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu aerai notices'is cents; Deaths, without obituary or fanenii invitation, 12| cents. The '• Daily Dispatch" is served to subscriber* at ru and a quarter cent* per veek, payable to the aarrier weekly Price for mailing, $4 a year in ad vance. THE WEKKI.V DISPATCH li published every Friday moniir.g. and mail...

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. — 16 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. J3TTO AUViiKToKK^.—'l'h«ctre«Mtoa Of tee DisFA-rcH is tkuke timks a* large as that of any otti-sr Daily papr ia the city of Ricbawnd. U I* tnervfore greatly superior to any other aa a if wc<>" r»iat«n lir HMOXP. VA t Friday Moratag, April 1«, 1852. T THK WEEKLY DISPATCH. For April 18, is now ready and for sale at this oftee. It is the cheapest family newspaper is-Vir* gtaia. The number for the present week contains among othe.r article* the following: Lit*r\»t.—Poetry : Comrades, Fill no Glass for ■se ; Spring Birds; The Ploughman. A Tale of Impossibilities ; Letter of Thomas Reed to bis fa- Ifcfr. EwToaiAfc —Tfce decUne of England ; Twelfth April; Ree> and Clement* ; The Island of Cu ba; Thomas Moore; Spiritual Uappiags: A Grand Disappointment; Cslifoi nis; Congress and its new Library; Richmond and its Prospects; the Cspitol Square; The Enterprise of Journali»m ; Give ber the Steam, Ac.; Expedition to Jspan; Sma'lcr Ar ticle*. Nkws cr the Dav.—Proceedi...

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. — 16 April 1852

THE latest news. HONG KONG, CHINA. 'o! C « itoriii* we have account* from Hong . w the 4th J*"'-'"""?- bri »R» n * »"«'»««<* of » '". n t.,w eoatfsgratiOß in that «ettiemeflt. The «ac--' ,, H '' ,k:JoUhe7tb MH!Xh " yi: -Ir *11 thecity U eownwwd. Hundred* of been lon Every newspaper office but •'roypd Tfaeba qua brings no file*, and we rt *" . ««»deat on th" v tficers of the ve*»?l tor |the ."..•-cwu.*'* « kioh *« subjoin. „ ;« w .«uitWon the Sbth Decfmber, ««d in the CL:n* Bazaar It spread with •' *-ke«-J ty #!»•••«< the bamboo houses of the if'JL. and #000 communicated to the finest part -tr becoming perfectly nwUtless. ! ,> tS 01 iile am. US ll» Chinese was dreadful , . -'iwr that perished had not been ascertain '■ c ,!oi el of *a English regiment lo»t h.a s „ ~, at: mpt to »!ow up a building and arrest j,k so, a I:* utenaut belonging to Iser Sri ' ~'V.v?»tr'» ship iiast ug*wan killed by the lall ' s which had t>e«i blown up. .-,>»atot Mf,er> and miner* met a sim...

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. — 16 April 1852

THE DAILY DIBPATCF COMMBROTAL. _ , KICHBtONU lUM&m, Jkr tkt Maftandfef Tkurtdtf Evening, April 15. [cuirvui coaazoTCD.] BACON—We have to aota a still further lm irvnowt ta this article, which still tends upwar J*. Virginia cured, hog round, 12 cts; prime western and Baltimore Sides 11( to 11) cts; Shoulders Mto 10 cts: llama IS to 19). liHTTER U very scarce and high, with a very bare market. We quote firkin 38 to 85 cts per lb.; fresh Roll 38 to 37); Goshen, none here. BEESWAX—23 aB3 cts. per lb.—with small re <Mipt». no change. COTTOMASD COTTON YARNS.—The trade ta Cotton here is limited. The quotations are <i a 8) eta. Cotton Yarns 17 cts per lb. COFFEE—OId Java 111 to 12); Laguayra 9) to 9i; Kio Bto 9} cts; Cape 81 a 9 cts; Manilla 12). CANDLES—TaIIow 10* a 11J; Hull's patent 13; Sperm 43 a 45, Adamantine ifci) a 27). Jackson's yttent 12^. COAL—IO cents on board for good mixed, fine and lump; Bto 9 cents for blscksmith's coal. CORN—S6 to 60 cents per bushel ui 56 lbs. Ib...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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