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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 14 July 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Helila« OllrtoM to (k* Legfeluire. While the Legislature of Minobrf was in session, a few ye«n are, a green follow from m* country came to iefleraoa to aelt some chickens He had about two dozen, all of which he bad tied by the legs to a string, and this being divided equally, and thrown across bis horse or his shoulder, formed his mode of conveyance, leaving ihe fowls with their beads hanging down, with little else of them viiible than their naked legs, and a promiscuous pile •f out-stretched wings and ruffled feathers.— After several ineffectual efforts to dispose of bis load, a wag, u> whom he made an offer of aate, t»id him that he did not want chickens himself, bni that perhaps he could sell them at that large stone honse over there (the Capitol,) that there was a man over there buy mg, on •peculation, for the St. Louis market, and no doubt he could find a ready sale. The delighted countryman started, when his informer stopped him. "Look here," says he, "wh...

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 July 1852

VOL. 2--N0 227. i HE daily dispatch! 7AS A COWA.RDIN, Proprietor. 8101 l tt. n.fcA.-A>TM, Efltw. CA-H TERM* OF ADVERTISING, i 1 ,nf«*rtioosO 30 | 1 square, 1 month $4 00 - -2 insertions 075 . 1 do 2 months 700 f Vq 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 '• Aa i week 175 i 1 do 6 do 16 00 ! do 2 wnkt 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 ' j-y* OammunicatioMare charged at the same ' , a( advertisements ' *,-£■ i rT, or Us* make a tfvart; longer ad in "**»ct proportion and payable in ad "r-£r Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice f JJli. or thrt.-e times * week, will be SO ,er.:» tor uie first insertion, and 37 i cents tor each «oi:t:r.uance. ry Marriage notices Inserted for 25cents; Fu as-Toi.'ticea cents ; Deaths, without obituary or invitation, 13} cents. The "Daily Dispatch' Is served to subscribers tt «- aid * "uarttr rtntt -per vttk, payable to the onlcr weekiy. Price far mailing, *4 a year In ad nose. the wkkkly dispatch I< published every Friday morning, and mailed for oxs dollab a vkab. To Cl...

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 July 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. QP> TO •f lie Dutatch ta mil tikm m torn a* that •f aay other Daily P*P«r •» c,, 7 of FMrhmad. It Is therefore grestly superior la w>y olfcM M • ■sffliira of edvertislnf. Kicnwowp. TA.« TkiMar J«!y IS, 1853. LOUIS NAPOLEON. Persons who seem not to bsve considered tbe circumstances under which this individual was raised to supreme power in France, believe that they see in the checks which he has re ceived of late from tbe legislative body, tbe beginning of the end—the downfall of bis pow er. A little reiloctton will, we think, convince tbe most sanguine that each anticipations are altogether unwarranted. Louis Napoleon owes his present good for tune to his name—to that enthusiastic rever ence entertained by nine-tenths of the French nstion for the memory of the great Napoleon. He is emphatically tbe ruler of their choice— the representative of that dynasty established by their own votes, and therefore, above all others, the dynasty of the people. Twice was t...

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 July 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. —Great Fire at Montreal. Xh«> Montreal Herald of Saturday contains wvert | columns of the particulars of the coo peration which occurred in that city on Thura d;v and Friday last. After narrating with muC h minuteness t»*« progress of the fire— „trch broke out in a house on the East side of «! street, near the fields—the Her eld remarks : 10 the victims they deserve the utmost compassion. The majority belong to the la boring classes. The sufleiing of Souie of them, (•specially of the children, must have been in- Anxious to tafcecare of their property, ,h«v resolutely sat upon their goods, though without tlie slightest shelter, with the sun brat directly upon them, in many cases with link to eat', and peiiiaps oftener in great straits to pro. ure water. Fortunately the night was so tine as to make a moonlight bivouac by no means a sen.,as hardship. We have heard of several cases of coup de caused by exhausting labor in the beat, but of no ' atß ' c,ise * '"here we...

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 July 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH CONGRESS—TW«DAT. vPatwge •fikt opriatien! OSkwat*.— Mr. Clarke introduced a joint 7?M,|iitioo for a survey of the harbor of Pruri ence, Rhode Island. Mr.Clemens introduced a joint reoolution authorizing the Secretary of War to loan to the Washington Guard—a company composed of youths of this city—suitable' arms; and the •time was oidered to be engrossed. The joint resolution for the relief of the Spanish consul and other panish anSects wh» were icuured by the tnoba at New Orleans and Key West, was taken up and ordered to be en groined. A bill to establish military posts along th» emigrant route in California dnd,Oregon, for the protection of emigrants, the mails, and ofa line of telegraph, was taken up, and debated. House of RtPREsEKTATivrs. —The House passed the bill amendatory of the law to modi fy and reduce the rates of postage, passed Msrch 3, 1851. It refers especially to the simplification of the present rates. The deficicncv bill was then taken up, and 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. — 16 July 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH VOL. 2-NO 228 j UK IMILY DISPATCH SaS. A COWARD IN. Proprietor. Rr(4 H Ri fI.KAMNTH, Editor. CASH TKHMo OK ADVERTISING, i 1 interne SO 50 I I square, 1 month ®4 00 t rfn 2 Insertion* 075 , 1 do 2 months 700 * 5 3 do ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 do 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 weeks 275 j 1 do I year 30 00 * •--- omir.iiticasions are charged at the same „l, », »dv. rtiiemrnts. -a- ft* ;,nt* or U*t mate. a tqvart; longer ad vtfL*-menu in exact proportion, and payable In ad •IDCU. ry Advertisements Inserted once a week,twice or three times a we<«k. will be sharped 50 K,ni» tor the br»t insertion, and 37 i cents tor each ■on tin uar.ee. ry Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cents; Fn ■iraittotices 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or f sacra! invitation, 12$ cents. •• Daily Dispatch'' is serred to subscribers ■ I f-' and a quarter cenU per week, payable to the «irrier weekly Price for mailing, 84 a year In ad v*s«e. THK WKKKLY DIHPATCH I, pabdthed every Friday morning...

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 July 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. OTTO ADVKMTlHKßM.—ThecirculttloE mVm Ditutn to mil times as large as that •f an* other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It to taatefbra greatly superior to any otter as a ■adUioi of advertising. RICHMOND. VA.t FrMay Moraine, July 16,1M2. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH, For Friday, July 16, is now ready and for tale at this office. It embraces the following arti cles : Editorial—The Londoa Times and the U. States; The Great Northern Railroad Route ; Colonel Benton; Huguenot Springs ; The Sixth of July; Alboni's Voice; Musical; Job Printing ; Louis Napoleon; J. Van Buren and N. P. Willis ; Central America ; The Still Small Voice ; Boston against the World ; The Montieal Fire; Smaller articles. Mitcellaneout—An Affray in a Court Room; Full Report of the Examination of the Broth ers Rand; The Montreul Fire; The Quadru ped Theatre ; Proceedings in Congress ;Com tnencement Day at William and Mary Col lege ; Speech of the Hon. Thomas H. Ben ton ; Foreign and Domestic News and ...

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 July 1852

TfiTuTEgT NEWS. July 14.—The destruction of nmnniv b* the " ,orm an<l °J ?Z P er dnv *as much greater than I anticipated - . _ tn " ¥ despatch was mailed. Ihe plank ot [he Baltimore Cemetery Company, lodine from the city in a northeastern direc ,,n *** completely swept away for more than ' ' rtcrol a mile. Some doten houses have Lin fntirelv desttoyed, and about twenty un finished one* so b.div injured that tbey will I sve to Ik- rebuilt. The out houses, fences W bri<lce*of H* county residences, binding r the Hartord Run, near the city limits, were aUo swept off. l ite whole loss w ill probably reach iH*O,OOO. Great disties* prevails among the poor families who have been swept out of house ai'd home.—Ant. Int. Writ? Seminations in Vermont. Biklincton, Vt., July 14.—The Whigs of tli- District of Vermont have nominated Andrew- Tracy oi Woodstock for Congress, sn>l y Kirlaml ot Braitlehoro', lor Presiden tial Elector. Montreal Election. Montreal, July 14.—The Radical candi* da...

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 July 1852

VHK I*All. V DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. _ ftlCltaiuMl xHAKKKtW. NriAtawtt mamg Thursday Evtnmg, Ja/yIStJL [C4JtXITCI.LV Coa*ECTKD.| _**CON l« much and disputed to advance v%g»ia cured, bog round, lit cents, prime West lied Haltimorf Aide* 10) to 11 cts; Shoulders V *»Hcta; Hama 13 t« 14, and scarce. ®T fKR la tn good sup >1/. We quote firkin 82 a»»cta per lb.; f.-csfa Roll 25 to .TO; Goshen 25 cu. W.ES WAX—22 a 23 eta. per lb.—With small re •*(•» no chang". COTTON AND COTTON YARNS—The trade k Gutton here ia limited The quotations are 9 J •ia Cotton Yarn* 17 eta per lb. COFFEE—OId Java 111 to 121; Laguayra »| to Wi Ki» 91 to tO eta; Cape 81 a !'* eta; Manilla i2i C4SDLE9—'Tallow 104» 11+ ; Hull's patent 13; fl|mnn 43 a 45, Adaraantiue 22i a 27+. Jackaon » paanttU*. COAL—IO ceata on board for good mixed, line Witonp; Bto 9 eenu for blacksmith's coa'.. CORN ia more abundant. We cote ea'es at 65 to Wonts COKN MKAL—7S to 60 cents per bushel. VLOb'K—Lastsaies ot Scottanllesud Richmond at WWd...

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. — 17 July 1852

VOL. 2-N0 229. fTTF DAIL V DISPATCH yiV a. CO'xVARDIN. Proprietor. arrtO H. vrS Editor. r*>H TKKMS OF ADVKRTiSINO. , .£ i - vrtiouSO 50 I 1 *<}uare, 1 month *4 00 TSS'j' l month, 7 W 1 do ICO 1 do i do 10 00 , 1 week 175 j 1 do 6 do 16 00 \ £ a w.vk. 2 751 1 do 1 yew 30 00 1 -i. communication* urn charged at the lame «£7k» advertisement*. "Lgr 7>, axes or let* make a levari; longer aa r ,£j*eroent» in exact proportion, and payable In ad- T *r3T Advertisement* inserted once a week, twice . r£k'or three time* * week, will be charged 50 * a , , f jj.r ibe first insertion, and 371 cenU lor each *°ry Marriw 1 notice* Inserted for 25 cent*; Fu leraTcunc-is 2$ ceat*; Death*, without obituary or f ■rwrai invitation, 121 cent*. The " Daily Dispatch" U served to *übecriber* «t tii »'<* ° <P l * Tlcr cent* per vrtk, payable to the firrier weekly Price fur mailing, 64 ayearin ad THE WEEKLY DISPATCH It published every Friday morning, and mailed fjr o.nk dolla» a vrak ToClvbs. for ...

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. — 17 July 1852

THE iJAILif DISPATCh. tflSsDisr atcbU raui rona aslagaaatto af ut other Daily paper la the c.ty of KMunoM. H groJSy superior to anyoAer ms Msdiom of «<lTerttsiag' .KICHWOWP. YA.t gstsri'sr Msrslsi, Jsly IT, 1889. MR. HULSEMAJffI. We subjoin another letter from the Ex-Min ister to Mr. Webster, which we find published ia the New York Herald. We bate never known a man to take ao much paioe to prtte himself a mimtly ; we were going to say make himself such, but we happened to remember that Nature bad been before-hand with him there. Washi!*gtos, Dec. 13,1851. to at*repeated t im«N*, the suih-in order that be ought pasa the rest of hisdsys in quiet, renouncing for the future all political agitation —were in perfect accordance With u.y instructions. On the Ist of Novem ber upon a communication relative to Kos suth, you distinctly told me, Mr. Secretary of State, that in the event of being obliged to ad dress him with a speech, it should be in the sense o r the offer of an asylum that y...

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. — 17 July 1852

THE latest news. = , KR |HI, lit' STEAMER ILLINOIS. Later from C*lif»rnia. v.»hk Jntv 15 —The iieamer Illinois, t of the7lh t and Havana * ihe 11th, arrived this evemn*. She t> e mxil». 390 passengers, 11.640,000 in Mnn Irvifihf, and 1500,000 in tlie handa of P njo rs. f«he brings Sen Francisco dales ''.•T- iSth.'andihe passengers, maila and irra -1 to Panama by the steamer Cali " :rf - with the Unicorn, were the only I' 1'; ms in the port. The California brought 315 passengers. The Panama railroad had been completed to /ere*""* of the river near <» org on a. " . , X ,.|, se at San Diego, from the (ula, re- murder ol Col Craigh, the Boundary roinim psioner. rhe Hoard of Aldermen of San t-rancisco . r( , tl to confirm the appointment of j. r Campbell. . . _ ' \b! oiK rencontre took plac* in the Court „ oa i i at Sacramento, between Judge and Jno. M. McKune.a member ol the , VafKKt by bis friend Judge Caullield. \ii-Kiine » as stabbed with a sword cane by , d , ( \v., when Caulf...

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. — 17 July 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Istitr from the H'ife of Criti, the Alleged Murderer. The Mobil* Tribune, ol the 3d inak, pub fehe* the following letter, and remarks:—"lt mi written by the wife of the criminal Crist shortly after he was arrested in Ohio, and knMight to this city. It reached him in jail.— It is a touching and womanly performance, asdsUowsin every line that constant faith which, in the heart of a true wife—like the ivy ta Ibe oak in a storm—clings more closely as adversity fslls around its object. Guilty as Crist is, there must be in his nature some hiu dea source of gentleness. No perfectly evil thing could prompt such attachment as this affecting letter betrays: Cleveland, April 7, ioj-J. My Dearest Husbabd.—l have been very miserable since they took you When ,ou were here, snd I could have the happiness if seeing my own darling sometimes, I was kettor satisfied; but now my heart is almost c-ti»hed. They have torn you from ine so suddenly snd unexpe< tedly, that I can hardly ...

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. — 19 July 1852

VOL. 2—NO 230 ft!!•', DAILY DISPATCH A COW &RDIN, Proprietor. urftH H. i , I,hAJ»A>T«, Edit*r. ~ <sH tkrms of advertising. i os ,-rtion#o 50 I 1 *<juare, \month t4 00 '* r, 2m*ertioo* 075 i 1 do Smon'hi 700 3 do 100 1 do » do 10 00 T n l«n*k 17511 do 6 do 16 00 : 5 0 3 weeks 275 | 1 do 1 y**r 30 00 r#*r,m'Jii'C*tion« are charged at the iun« ~J[,J, S . J ,refinements Vy f,r, antf or if* fnakt a gqnart; longer ad- in exact proportion, and payable in ad- *»y xdvcrtiaemenU Inserted once a week, twice or throe time* * week. will be sharped SO ', t |~r the tir»*. insertion, and 374 centt tor each Marriage noticea inserted for 25 cent*; Fu . -ace* S5 cents; Death*, without obituary or r »rai invitation. 121 cent*. j-v -Daily Dispatch' la served to subscriber* ,i in ans a quarter etntt per wtk, payable to the „rrl«r wer-kiy Trice for mailing, t4 a year In ad noe-°. THE WfiBKLT DISPATCH -abashed every Friday morning, and mailed ' r osk dollar a v*a» To Clubs, for 8a sixco for #1...

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. — 19 July 1852

the DAILY dispatch. rar TO ADTBKTlMßßß—TheetraalaUoe o'me Dupatcm ia thssb Ttitsa aa large as thai o' uiy ether Daily paper la the City of Richmond I t« therefore greatly aupertor to any other aa a m idiom of adverttabif. RICn!WONP. VA.i Headay Haralag, July 18, 1852. GREAT INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT MEETING. At a meeting of the citizens of Monroe, which took place a abort time aince, it waa resolved that ageaeral meeting, to which eve ry county and town in tbe State waa invited to •end delegates, be held at Union in that coun ty on the 19tb of August. The proceedings of tbis meeting were overlooked by us at the time, and we cannot now lay hands on them. We understand, however, that it designated tbe main object of the meeting called for the 19th, to be, a condemnation of tbe propriety, or rather necessity, of continuing the works of internal improvement already commenced, in which the State, according to the lowest cal culation we have eeen, ia interested to tbe amount of at least $12,00...

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. — 19 July 1852

the latest news. Southern Right* Convention. jlontgomsr*. July 14.—-The Southern Rithts Convention in session in this city, re r««embled on Tuesday morning, and returned ,!,p discussion »f the two series of resolution* rfported on the previous day. The debate continued until evening, when finallv both se .jes » fre laid on the table and a Committee ~ipointed to interrogate Generals Pierce and <*colt relative to their opinions on the Com promise measures, the right of secession and other points of theie political faith. If either ngriv answer in accordance with the views of |he Southern Rights Party of Alabama, be vill receive its support in the Presidential con sul. If the answer of both should prove un satiifactory, the Ccminittee is authorised to call another Convention for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the Presidency. The Convention then adjourned nine die. Appointment of Gtmemor of AYtr Mexico. Washington July 17.—The Republic offi cially snno.ir.ces the appointme...

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. — 19 July 1852

Itlfc DAILY DiSJeAlCii CONGKBSS-Fridat. B*»ATE.—The bills on the private calender (• which bo objection was made, were taken ap, wad a number of tbsm disposed of. Hoi't* or Kstrsskrtatitss —The House snamed the consideration of the bill granting the right of way and a donation of the public land* hi Florida and Arkanaaa for railroad pur pose* audit *aa rejected—yeas 77, nays 84. The House then resolved itself into a C'om auitee of the Whole on the stste of the Union, •ad resumed the consideration of the Indian appropriation bill: but before diaposiog of it, the Committee rose. The deficiency bill was then tsken up—the tpuotioo being on concurring in the disagree ing amendments of the two houses to the defi ciency bill. Mrs. and Mr. GoLDscmuD-r— A corres pondent of the Courrierdei Etati Unit writes torn London, under date of the 19th nil: "Jenny Lind will not sing. She has resist ed alike the offers and prayers of the director •ad of the Committee. The real cause of this refusal, whi...

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. — 20 July 1852

VOL. 2-NO 231 f ,i!•; duly dispatch 7 A 5. a. COW A.RDIN. Proprietor. 3L'I«H H. PI.KAS*ANT«,E4Itor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. I #sa%re. 1 insertion#o 50 j 1 square, 1 month S4 00 , rtions 075 ( I do 2 months 700 i jo 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 * do 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 ; do 2 weeks 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 CammuuicatioM am charged at the same j»v>« » adv< rtisements. jy 7Vi hv.e*orl(*s m.ikt a tqiuwt; longer ad rsrSs 'meets in exact proportion, and payable in ad rsr Advertisements inserted oace a week, twice i « k. or threo times * seek, will be j harmed SO »n,t» for tb'.' lirst insertion, and 37J cents tor eacfc joctitniance. (y Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cents; Fu n>: i. notices £5 cents; Draths, without obituary or ; trv.a'. invitation, I2i cents. Th- "Daiit Disfatch' ts serred to s«b«cr!bers lt ,!t mud a c;.ar:tr cenu per tcetk, payable to the ctrrier *ee*;y. Price for mailing, it ayearin ad- THE WEEKLY DISPATCH 1. published every Friday morning, and mailed ...

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. — 20 July 1852

DISPATCH. to *raa mm as large as that other Daily paper fat the City of Siehnaoad. greatly coparlor to aty other aa* Maralsi, July SO, 1833. =S! T000D SUGGESTION. gentleman who was educated at the Uai- of Virginia, expressed to ua, the other the hope that the Alumni of that Instim- Hon might be assigned a place in the proces sion, in honor of Mr. Clay, which ia to come f off on the 26th. We hope those having au thority, Will take the matter into consideration. We do not know that we can ouraelvea claim any privilege under such a regulation, for though we atudied at the University, they "were done taking in" about the time when we ought to have graduated. We think " Alum nut," used by the Romans to signify a foster child, in College phrase, means a graduate, and therefore does not apply to such a mere step-son as we proved lo be. Yet though we shall derive neither advantage nor importance from the proposed arrangement, we hope it will be carried into effect, and that it will be •"ext...

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. — 20 July 1852

tt the hruie thi* morning; hire not been there far tWO month*. Heard *>J the affair thi* morning — seaside) jofcn Wortham testified that be knew nothing of murder further than he had been told, I hired John William* tor T J Glen* Co, lastjyear. Had trouble with him; threatened to whip him; w of too much work. I told Bin to ,pe»k with hit master and obtain rf dress. Re Mid t„> would not apeak to him; that he intended to put on end to it, and would do it Asked him bow. jj, ; ra „i he knew, and would do it. From hi* man nrr t concluded he meant to do Mr W aome injury. I fcn.i occasion one time to pull a knife out to pre rent h'« killing me with a hammer; apprehended jar.fr from him the year out .'snf Williams' littiegid w»» here examined. but b .thing of materiality could be obtained from her v:-p iriif too youug to understand the question* fally—discharged > Shth*:: Ellington, a young man about twenty rear* < t wh*> live* the other tide of the spring, j posed—Thi* morri...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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