ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Daily Dispatch, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 14,362 items from Daily Dispatch, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
14,362 results
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 July 1852

the daily dispatch CvrmrMMMe •'««»® DtspMck. Washi««ton, July 6tb, 1852. I regret to aee the opposition manifested by M , w ,. members of the House, to the amendment to the deficiency bill, giving increased compensation to the Collina' line of •teamen. It ia a welt aacertained fact—that whatever bonus the Government may feel justified in paying thecompany, will be, in due time, returned, it» the shape of revenue from postage. The question is not one, simply, of dollar" aud cents High National interests, and (what ought to be a consideration of the first magnitude with ever? true hearted American,) Rational piide should induce a hearty,zealous »w liberal support to this nisgniliccnl and unparalleled line of Steamers. _,„„,u r . The construction, appointments an fill performance of these ships ' ia * , ~ the admiration, and wakened the envy of a I the great man,time nations of the w, ; rW. Britannia no longer "rules the wave —and to the indomitable energy, perseverance and enterprise ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 July 1852

VOL. 2--NO 222 n.MLY DISPATCH xX& A. COWARDIN. Proprietor. - , u it. •• iTi-a-vVnts, Editor. C isa TKKMS OF Abv'jfclLTlSUfG ~ ' '>0 1 1 square. 1 month S4 00 •'« 5 ,.-tioa»o 75 | I do 2mon'ta* 700 " do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 T Iw, fc 1 7511 do 6 do 16 00 Swtvk* 2 7511 do 1 year 30 00 ' ,*?r ionKoni are charged at the same -,\ssi <~Tortif v nie»tß. t,„ ; ;,tt Itsi nuike a aquari; longer ad- . T a exact proportion, and payable in adA jvortis-n-ents Inserted once a week, twice ' v or thrfe times a week, will be shared SO , r tie tir»t insertion, and 37$ cents tor each r a--•>rrif:are notice* inaertcd for 25 cents; Fu- - 7( ... -j5 cr.ts. Deaths, without obituary or t ,'.s .livitaiion, 12j cents. tr ii.MLV Dispatch' is served to subscribers ,t tii a-id a quarter i.tnu per it>eek, payable to the f irri weekly. Pries for mailing, $-1 * year in adTriK WEEIU.Y DISPATCH i, —! every Friday morning, and mailed ( t ONE DOM-AS A VK.VIt. To Clu...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 July 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ADVKKTISBKS—Theci rculatloe -f uEdiJfatch l* ths*. rmi. utop" *»« at sbt other Daily paper is the City of Richmond |l Is uwrefor® greatly »uperior to say otter ss s Tirll — of sdvertisintRICH MO WP . TA.i Friday Msraiig, Jnly 9, 1852. SIXTH OF JULY. (CoSCLCDED.) The left wing of the Archduke was posted behind the Russbach, on the hills which run from Neosiedei, which is overlooked by a strong square tower, and formed their extreme left, to Wag ram, where the protection of the stream ceased. At Neueiedel was the corps of Prince Rosenberg ; the corps of Hohenzol-■ , lern was on his right; and to the right of Hohenzollern, was Bellegardes corps, which extended to Wagram, where was the Archduke himself. This wing was 75,000 strong, and had its position been fortified, it would have been, as we have said, altogether impossible to force it. From Wagram, the Austrian line, instead of being continued in a straight line, tuined otT, at an obtuse angle, to meet the Danube....

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 July 1852

rfnK latest news:, NEWS BY THE 1 CANADA. F.N6LANB. j |) pr bv ba» announced that a Treasury I''About in be issued prohibiting the mixofl" (euccorv w iih coffee, but permitting the ,u [ it" fuccorV separately. »t' o meeting of Huenos Ayrean bondholders, ' lutioii! 1 were passed expressing confidence faith of the Republic, and suggesting to L r Government m avail itself ot the guano ;"\„i ~#r ihe coast of Patagonia, as a source PU'mv:«e to liquidate her debt. Mad'ile Wag net has made up her quarrel „ Mr. Lumlev. the manager of tha Italian "n. W. and has left Kngland. It is «aid that the Pacha ot Egypt had arrivi,n London from Paris. FRANCE. The Lecislature still continues to rehel ac „m>-t ilie President's dictations, and the funds huc'iieen affected in consequence. >o mention is made of a sea fight having • ,Kr place off Para, as reported recently in some American papers. The Emperor ot Brazil has invited sixty < iters of Charily to minister in !he Bi...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 July 1852

I'HK PAibV COMMERCIAL. RlCliiMu>«w .uaUKETS, for <ht w** ending Jlurtdej imiy, July Brh. (cuinut COanSCTKD.I BACON is much firmer and disposed to advance Virginia cured, hog round, llj cenW; prime West em ai d Baltimore !<ide« KH to 11 CM; Shoulders 91 to i»s eta; Hams 13 t* 14, ar.d scarce. BUTTfcR is in good »up I/. We quote firkin 22 to si cm per lb.; t nssh Roll S»to30; Goshen 5» cts. DBWWAX-22 a£l eta. per lb—with small receipt*. no ehauga. COTTON AhU COTTON YARNS.—The trade in Cotton here ia limited The quotations ale 9$ eta. Cotton Yarn* 17 ct* per lb. COFFEE—OId Java Hi to 12* ; Laguaynj 9» to 10; Kio 91 to iO eta; Cape 8t aßi cts; Manilla CAN DLLS—-Tallow 10-i a II*; Hull's patent 13; era* 43 a 45, AdamaxiUne a27J. Jack#ou * patent 12jr- , COAL—:O cents ou board lor good mixed, cat and lump; Bto 9 cenM tor blacksmith a coal. CORN ia more abundant. We note sa es at So 70 cenW . , , CORN MEAL—7S to 80 cents per bushel. FLOUR—Last saies of Scot...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 July 1852

VOL. 2--NO 223 pHE DAILY DISPATCH j AS. a COWARDIN, Proprietor. R. iMiKANATNTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 io j*rv. 1 insertion $0 50 I 1 square, 1 month 84 00 • 4n" -J insertion# 075 ( 1 do 2 month* 700 i 0 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 . j , i week 1 751 1 do 6 do lfi 00 I h •«''^ sts 2 751 1 dj 1 ye«r 30 00 j~jr rmirauuicatioju are chared at the tame r»t «-■ si^rtiaemect*. ry» Tt lints or lct» make a tqumrt; longer adt rtjje me at* in exact proportion, and payable in ad"rjr dvcrti?eraet;U Inserted oner a week,twice i week. or three times a *«i>k, will be charged SO r .,..n : r the first insert! >n, aad J7J cent* lor each W Btiao«ic«. rar Msrriage notices Inserted for 25 cents; Fu--o<=r»: notice* 2-5 cents; Deaths, without obituary or (an.-rsi invitation, 12$ cents. The " Daily Dispatch Is serred to subscribers 4 t fir nr.4 it quarter rents per week, payable to the «»rr!er w *k;y. Price for mailing, 84 a year la adT»3»K. Tilß WEEKLY DISPATCH I...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 July 1852

LY Olt^ATeit. "THE Im or TO AtmTlHlßMthHbMlatlM •fibs Dufatch l« nuuw riKxa as iataa as that «f mother Dail] paper i> the eUy of fiefcmoad. I» ta therefore greatiy snpertor » anyetiMr Ma ■stem of advertising. RICHMOND. TA.i r<sy Morning, July I#, 1853. THE GREAT NORTHERN RAIL ROAD ROUTE. While nothing U more common with person* in oenrch of pleasure than to croea the Atlantic for the purpose of indulging their taste for the Itenatifuland the picturesque, among the highlands of Scotland, on tbe shores of the Rhine. «r amidst tbe mciuntsins of Switxerland, they freqnently leave behind, unhonored, without even a passing inspection, scenes which only want the mellow tinge which history and romance always cast around localities, to be regarded as equal in interest to any that the world can afford. Without going further for examples than our present design may seem to warrant, we will simply allude to the magnificent scenery scattered with the wildest profusion, alon...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 July 1852

IHK i*A T NK VNH& Affairs.—We e*tr«ct the foi lowing from the Washington correspondence of the Baltimore Sun: I believe, I can eav without fear of being rmtradicted, that Mr. Webster will not accept ,he nomination lor the Presidency tendered himbv the Native American Convention of Trenton, New Jersey. Neither will Commodore Stockton accept such a nomination.— Mr. Webster is. from the sole of hie feet to the hair of his head, a national man, and will neither join a geographical patty, nor « sect. Th>» is the *er\ reason why he has not been nominated at Baltimore. li is stated that Mr. Crittenden w ill go as MiiiiMer 10 Kngland. This is to be understood a* a refusal, on the part of Mr. Webster, to accept the appointment. The Collins amendment will yet pass, from national cunaideiatious. It is inconceivable that i « passage should have been so seriously oppooed. We cannot be a great country without commerce, and commerce cannot flourish hout navigation. The great...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 July 1852

i Hl* iMii.y DISPATCH C*rre«|N»n4«»ce *f the Via patch. Wahhinuton, July 8,1852. For several da* a past, we have been swelter ing beneath a scorching sun. We are daily favored with a prospect of refreshing reins, but yet the clouds have showered their blessings « ewhere, and dropped fatneaa in other places th.-.n on the patched and thimtv rarth hereabout*. Each day we imagine to be the hot test. and ihe heat and duM combine to render all cut doortxercise any thing else but agreeable. It is understood that Gen. Armstrong of the •"Union," will be the lueky recipient of the printing contract lor boih Houses of Congress. This, in Printers' parlance, will be a "fat lake." The political cauldron babbles fiercely. 1 ha movements that are about being made, both ut the Norih and South, bv the dissatisfied portion of the Whig party, towards the formation of a third, or Union, or Webster party, occasion much excitement, and no little degree of alarm among the adherents of Gen. Scott. On the ot...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 July 1852

VOL. -2-NO - 4 - DAILY DISPATCH . r • A Proprietor. ar«;H B. Kdtlcr. i'A-H TEKMS OK ADVERTISING. ' ri«>«-don®o 50 I 1 squafe, i month $4 00 t .«a»re. i 075 , I da 3 months 700 1 t V do ICO I do 3 do 10 00 < 1 week 175 ! 1 do 6 do lt> 00 ; 'J® o «wks 2 75! 1 do I year 30 00 * -jr- »ro charged sttha same JTu advertisements. r =f Ttn Un** less make a equart; longer aa- £ -At» ill exact proportion, and payable in ad- A Jvertisements ins-rted once a week, twice *' or three t:nie* a wtwi. will be shsrgcd SO * r the t?r»I i; serti ia, an 1 37 j cents tor each ir v,rsuMi©6» {-»•' "'.srriajT'* r itkrej Inserted for 25 cents; Fu- !* . cents; Death*, without obituary or i-.-rii invitation, 12» cents. ' r' V •• Pailv Dispatch' is served to subscriber* . a id a frmKer re-ris per vteeJc, payable to the Mirier weekly. Price fer mailing, $S a year in ad»«ns?. rilK WKKhl.l DIfiPATCB •lub.isfii'd every Friday morning, and mailed 'r oxe dollae a ykak. To Clcbs, for So ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 July 1852

THE DAIL Y DISPATCH, *™rWTO ADVKKTlNKKl*—Tteciroulatioa «f the Dispatch is wui tims as lar» as that of asv other Daily p*p«r ta the c.ty of Ridunond. tl ia therefore greatly superior to any other as a Tnftn*** of advertising. RICH HON P. TA.I Bfauday Usraiag, Jiljr 12, 1893* THE LONDON TIMES AND THE UNI- TED STATES. The tone of the London Timea, with regard to the United State*, ha* undergone a marvellous change, within the last year. At the cloee of an article relative to the nomination of Gen. Pierce, it say* : The march of events in each succeeding year convinces us more and more that ( h er ®. ' 8 no occurrence beyond the limits of the British empire and out of our control, which exercises •O great and important an influence on our own welfare, and on the general progress of the world, as the character and policy of the American government. It is not, therefore, without the deepest interest and solicitude that we watch the somewhat capricious operations by which the composition ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 July 1852

THTIA 7 ! KST NEWa. =- \\ e b*tfr's Reception at Boston. *'s Julv 9.—Mr. Welter came from York via (h<" Sound, l«i«t night, arriving it cm earl* ,l,is inor,,l "K' ,n " c, » to thedi#ntmenl of persons residing in th« town* »PP 0 J Haven route, wh-re receptions C ' n intended to be given. He afterwards " ceded to Roxbury, where he awaited the 'mm it tee of reception. The reception, which took place this even- - was the greatest that has been given for ,n^' v year*. Tlie military mustered vt-ry not less than 25 companies being out. Th ' i„ff, red very severely from the heat, the .hectometer rising to 102 degree* in the r.hade. •p-o houses were decorated with flags, and c i\ wore the appearance of a national holii\' The streets were thronged wth spectanrs'and bouquets were showered into Mr. Webster* carriage by the itulies at the wini 'i'ue crowd of p-rsons collected on •he Common, was estimated ut 30,000. Mr. We! -ter, on reaching the platform, was vehe- ; t-i'th cheered, bu...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 July 1852

THb daily inyrAlCH CONGRESS— Friday. Skwatk.—Mr. Borland, by leave, made a personal explanation, correcting some error* in calculation* contained in a speach made by him on the. 27th ol May last, upon the subject of expenditure* by the government. Debate ensued upon a motion by Mr. Davis to postpone tlw private calendar and take up ihe bill to amend the act providing for the better wcuri'.Y of the lives of passengers on vessels propsiled in whole or part by steain. The motion wag agreed to. and the bill taken up. House or Representatives.—'The Houfe took up and considered the bill to amend the law of March 3,1853, reducing and modifying the rale* of postage, with a view to simplify the rates now charged on pi in ting mallei. The second only was reached by the tune the morning hour expired. The House resolved iti-elfinto a Committee ofthe whole on the state oi the Union on the deficiency bill. The Collins line amendment was discussed, but not disposed ol up to the period of our going...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 July 1852

VOL. B—NO 225 7TTEi)AILY dispatch A COWA.HDIN. Proprietor. high k. ei.K W.4WWI, Mwr, cash terms of advertising 1" i r «prtiorTso 50 I 1 square, 1 month •< 00 1 * lU 4 -2 -nsertioß* 0 75(1 do 3 mon»h* 700 1 I°, 3 Jo ico'i do » do 10 00 1 i , i week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 } ao 8 «wk* 8 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 -Jp. c - om mur eatioiu »re charged at the tame fj., Si ivf itiscments. r&" Te% " r u,f a t l'- /sr * >' lon f^ r adr",,raec ti in exact proportion, and payable In ad"rST Advertisements inserted once a week, twice or th ;l v tirr.es * »»k. will b« «har«-d 50 u r the fi«t insertion, and 37 J cent* tor each ""Jry* Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cent*; Funotices 85 cent*; Death*, without obituary or •■-Krai invitation, 124 «nu. ' The " Dailt I)isp.« rcH' is *erved to subscriber* , and a quarter cntt per »«*, payable to the itrri»r weekly. Price far mailing, *4 a year In advisee. THK WKKKLY DISPATCH i, n-jii.i»tu-d every Friday morning and mailed (i...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 July 1852

THE DAILY PISFAXCtfe <U " . Wk.t ' Tmemimy Kemlng, 18, !«»• - BOtf» AOAIIWT TSB WORLD." The following official challenge from the Pmtoni«n> to the British ship builders, has bees published ia the London Tines: The American Navigation Cjub challenges the ibis bnilders of Great Britain to e ship race, with cargo on board, from a port 10 EngCta., .ni »«*• to be entered by each pariy, and to beinamed within a week of the start. The ships to be modelled, commanded and officered entirely bVcitiaens of the United States and Great Britain respectively. To Glided A 1 either at ihe A merican offices or at Lloyd s. This stakes to be £10.000 a side, sat,sfactonly secured by boih parties, to be paid without regard to accidents or to any exceptions; the whole amount forfeited by either party not appearing. Judges to be mutually chosen.— Reasonable time to be given after notice of acceptance, to build the abips, if required, and also for discharging and loading cargo in China...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 July 1852

TTfi LATKWT WWCB* THE PKR urREM AND TIUfIKAMI. , >. n „y Tuesday Erening.—The French i ?*e'body *** cloned for the eeeefonet 8 •:iMMteii?. bv a m«»«age from »W •;'" .h,ch »««»*> receiwd, though little bat <inephra«e*. Ihe Prince fifd (facetioaMjr, we presume.) to dec (ere * P the constitution U«s gt™n a proof that f\ cr p M itn«i the condition® of e governf ,A»r< f< /****• roß * enough, certainly; for ihe freedom—though the Rovennoent f'J " (rtt to do what it likee—«Muredljr the cannot follow the eaample of their ruf~*' the rod peeps out from I '"'let the Presidential robe, for th« Corp« Leg- # ore enjoinrd when they go to their com-, K ,to telt them how good the people ol Pa I"' rt ami how s<r<»>R « h * • r,n ) r "—with wb« f fl , revolutionist* have welcomed the reI oftheeajle*' to the army-thuse eaglea, I W tMLihoU ol authority and glory! Kir- { , r "|v are they called to «tiK'«lier how the V'...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 July 1852

THE DAILV DISPATCH ANECDOTE OF MADAME MALIBRAN. One evening she fek rather annoyed at the general prejudice. the eempsny thee p«~e't, against nil E aft iafc vocal compositions, the opinion being altogether in favor or foaißa aseeic ; some even eoing so far as to assart that nothing could be good of which the air area entirely and originally of Engliab extraction. Malibran in vain endeavored to maintain that all countries possess, thoogh perhaps in a less equal degree, many ancient melodies, peculiarly their own ; that nothing could exceed the beauty of the Seottiah,, Irish, Welsh, and even some of the old English sirs. She then named many compositions or our heat modem composers, Bishop, Barnett, Horn, fcc n declaring her belief, tte :«f ate wre to produce one of Bishop s or Horn a II the works of a Signor V iscovo, or Cnerno, thus Italianiaing and E*P«K«'0 | J"'"K their names, they would create a furore. In the of this discussion she volunteered a new Rnaniih gmif She JltSteil SmSm...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 July 1852

VOL. 2-NO 226 7-TTTTTu ily dispatch 7"ar A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HXGH R. iM.KAStrr*, Kdlt.r. t '.-SMS j s jSt isli S SS cr OmmunicattoM era charged at the same _£i.« advertisements. rzf Ttr lints or Uri mnht a tquart, longer ade#fs*Jenients in exact proportion, and payable In ad- advertisement* Inserted once a week, twice . Jwk or three times • week, will !>e «har*cd 50 for the tirit insertion, and 37J cenU tor each Mnniase notices inserted for 25 cents; Funotices 25 cents; Deaths, without obitusry or fnasra! invitation, 124 cents. l*he ■' Dak-v Dispatch' ts served to subscribers .1 ,tr er.i * r' crffr renu P n week - P*y able to th ® eloter weekly Price far mailing, 11 a year tn adV»DS»'. TIIK WEEKLY DISPATCH I, aubiishcd every Friday morning, and mailed fjr ox* DOLt-Aa a veak. To Clcbs, for 85 sixcoj««, forslo thirteen copies; for $15 twenty cop « for jJO twenty-seven copies. the daily dispatch. THE MONTREAL FIRE We are induced to lay before our readers the particulars...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 July 1852

THE DAILY PISPATCfI. nr to APT KKTlUKM—TttdlaiMjw if ae DnrAToa ta ntasa wm ae lane aa fl*> •f any other Daily paper la the e.iy of MchiaaaJ |l ta imfcra greatly superior to My Other aaa M iitt — of adrerttatiif. BlCff MONO. ▼ A.t Wo4aea4ay Morota*, Jaly 14, 1833. JOB PRINTING. The Dispatch baa extended the area of it* operations and enlarged the sphere of its ambition. It has added a Job Office to its capabilitiea to serve the public, and now, in the lan guage of the country pre**, announce* "Job Printing den* with neatmeti and Dttpatch When the Dispatch first entered the world and astonished the eyes of tbe people in this latitude, the citizens vied with each other in rushing to its support—the rush for the Dispatch was as great as tbst for the gold regions of California—until the crowd upon it was so immense that the poor little pet was nigh being •mothered with kindness. It was not able for a t.me to attend successfully and promptly to all tbe favor* in a business way...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 July 1852

1 H K LAIKSTNEWS Dfstrttclice Firt at Pktladtlpkib. PHinDEUTHU.JuIy 12.—A fire bro*£ out .boot h«» P**« « • , « lnc * Xhm e * en,B V\M ?lM! !,>h«tor> ol ibe large brown stone building nLi.ir the State House, °o Chesout Areet, principally by Speskmen & i° Rubber manufactory. The lower sttmes It occupy by 8.8. Brown, (ringe J.nd , ( ,rd maker; William S. Hanson, decoritire fif ie? O.C. B. Carter's Piano warerodms; Cook man's curtain store; Carr?l& r o '« curtain store, Bassford's billiard saloons, and the Waverty bowliujt saloon, in the baaeThe fire was priucipallv confined to the tipper stones, though the lower floors were greatL jjmiged bv water. Harrison Ac Mitchell s picture frame manufactory was also burnt— The fire was confined by the firemen to the budding in which it commenced. The loss is hoai v i>eing but partly covered by insurance. O C.'B. Carter had a large and costly stock of musical instruments all nearly ruined, ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
x
Loading...
x
x