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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 September 1852

THE DAILY'DISPA'I Cm Correspondence of the Dispatch. CLtVKLiRD, Ohio, Sept. It 1852. Mr. £h'*pa/ok—Perhaps an occasional word irom this Northwestern Territory, once a part •f the Old Dominion, may not be unacceptaMe to yourself and reader*, to advise you of Mm rapid stridea young America is making in nery thing practical and theoretical, social, political and religious. I have just attended Commencement at that peculiar place. Oberlin, renowned for the many oltratam* it foster*. At Cleveland we take the Cincinnati Railroad, and pass for 00 miles a country perfectly flat, with a soil of •fricb clay, and frequent pools of stagnant water. About nine miles off the railroad we Aicovfrfd Oberlin, in as fine a bed ol free toil gn you would wish to see in a wet season.— Tbia place was founded about twenty years since, by a class of enthusiasts, as a colony where they might have entire control, and •eoeb their ultra views on morals and religion. The principles, und even the business and diet...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 September 1852

VOL 2--NO 275 THE DAILY DISPATCH JAB. A. CQWARDIW, Proprietor. CASH TERMS OH ADVERTISING. jMoim, 1 inn'rtion #0 50 | 1 square, 1 month 94 00 1 do SinsertionsO 75 j 1 do Smooth* 700 1 do 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 do 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 week* 3 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 Cy CommuncatioMarw charged at the aame as R.i\ert*f ( n;pnts. »-y- fti: ja- or ,hi make a afttart; longer ad-f®-u»'mrct« in exact proportion, and payable in adT 'ry AdTrrtlwrnonti inserted once a week, twice # {Jjvk. or three time* * will charged SO ae it« for the nrst insertion, and 37i cents tor each ■oatinuanee. rf Marriage notices inserted for 35 cent*; Fumx' 25 cents; Death*, without obituary or "ntm invitation, 12* cents. The '■ Daily DisrATCH" i* served to subscribers at rix a r c <» quarter cent* per wetk, payable to the „ tr !fr weekly. Price for mailing, §4 a year in adtaaee. TilF. WEEKLY DISPATCH It pobiisfc 'd every Friday morning, and mailed for oxk dollar a year. Yo Clvbs, for $5 s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH, ff TO A VYKK'Fl!*KK}*.~Thecirculatton Of u>6 Dispatch U thbkk times m large W that of any other Daily paper in the cay of Richmond. 11 la therefore greatly superior to uy other at a of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.i Wednesday Morning, f*cpt. IS, 1838. _cr Persona abroad from the city car h«ve the Dispatch sent to them for soy period of time they may desire, by leavine tbeir orders and paying the •sab for the Umetpedrted. Thx Gua.ho Islands.—The Panama Star, of Aug. 28, has the following : Since our last isi>ue, we have been put in possession of further information regarding the movements of the Peruvian government. Our information is received from a reliable quarter, and can be depended upon. It appears that the report ia true of the intention of the Peru wian government raising ten thousand soldiers, and purchasing steamers from the British steamship company, if possible. The object, kowc ver, appeara lo be more fur defensive than offensive pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 September 1852

NEWS. Jker Foreign Items by tht Humboldt. BPvglami —It is now generally understood Thai tl»e fishery diffieultiea have been arranged satisfactorily to both governments. •fhe CunarU Company'a steamers Andes, Alps. Etna and Jura. were to commence run« r ;r;j? early in December fiom Liverpool for >c»- York. Chagres and back, stopping at Ja ltiaica and Havana. A si* per cent, loan of £2,000,060, for the JJsnk of Constantinople, had been offered in London. . , , ■„ Queen Victoria had gone on a tour to Scotland. Franc** —The movement in favor of the Umpire was rapidly progressing. It was rumored that a commercial treaty bad been entered into between France and Genua- The President wn S to leave Paris on the 15th of September, to be absent about one month. Much interest has b»en excited in Fiance, in consequence of the warfare between the London Times and the Parts Moniteur. The latter paper accuses the former with wilful misrepresentation and defamation, while the Tunes retorts...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 September 1852

THE PAILYHDIBPATCH •UMCBOIT CIRCCSUTAHC*.—A COTTfK" ydwt of the Baltimore Sun relates the follaving circumstance connected with the family of Mr. Wood, the engineer who waa killed • few daya since on the Virginia and Tenneamm Railroad: On Friday evening last, a young and inter* •attag mother, with her babe, left Boston in tfc* ears lor New York. where she intended to take the steamer Roanoke, and join a beloved fceebemb in Richmond, Va. He was an engisacr on the Virginia and Tennessee Ilailroad. Halfway to Stonington— at Kingston—a pasmemgT in the train received a telegraphic dispatch that that verv husba id had, a few hours paeviously, been killed by the explosion of his •wn engine. ...... . . r The affectionate and dign-fied deportment or *e ladv had attracted the general observation Wber fellow travellers, for all seemed to know Aaobject of her journey. The tidings of the ■eianchoir catastrophe also spread through (be cars. She—she alone was ignorant of the impending storm cloud....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 September 1852

VOL 2--N0 276 THE daily dispatch A- COWA.RDIN, Proprietor. CASH TERMS UK ADVERTISING. i •■lira. 1 in*ertion SO 50 | 1 square, 1 month •< 00 7 do 2insertion* 075 1 do 2 month. 700 , l do 3 do 100 1 do 8 do 10 00 i do 1 w"* IWII do 6 do 16 00 i d" 4 wwki 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 rv* Coimmun cations are charged at the tame m !T m aJvertts. iwuta. rj- 7Vn li-ie* or less nakt a tquart; longer adh wi mfaU ic <>xnct proportion, and payable In ad"jy Advertisement* inserted once a week, twice or three time* a week, will be «fcargcd SO for the t.rst insertion, ard 374 cent* for each i ;:inu*neera> .Vnrr.ase notice* Inserted for2sc»nt»; Fu•V' cents; Death*, without obituary or faa. rai iavit aon, 121 cent*. Tip •• Daily Dispatch' 1* *erved to *üb*criber* ,j ar.u a q\ar:er rents per week, payable to ths **rfi r r « f-kiy. Price for mailing, $1 a year In adtitae. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH ptbiish' - every Friday morning, and mailed !;r one tot-LAB a vßAfi. To...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rw TO AOVKKTIBIR**.— Tbpcirculatloo of the Diwatcw to win -rmmu as larre as that •f w other Daily paper ia the city of Bkhmoad. Ittotterefore greatly superior to any other Ma ■sdtvm of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.t Tfcaraday Msrslsg, September 16,1 Ss'2. gjr >"er«on« abroad from the city cat have the Dispatch aeat to them for any period of time thry may desire, by leaving their order* and paying the cash for the lane specified. Th* Woman's Rights Cosvintiox. — This remarkable body, of whose novel pro- , ceedinga we have already spoken, closed iheir peculiar labori|f at Syracuse, New } ork, on Friday laat; attd the press of the country is now engaged in making its comments on the wonderful proceedings. We, too, must hare a finger in the pie. The subject is a rirh one, in which all parties, male and female, are deeply interested—but more particularly ibe males, whoae rights and privileges, undisputed and enjoyed since the creation, are now, for the firat t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 September 1852

"THE LATEST NEWS. FURTHER BY THE NIAGARA. England.—'Tl.e excitement growing outol Fishery difficulty ha* entirely subsided, and the mutter was regarded as amiably and liually disposed of. Sxtv thousand ounces of gold had arrived from Fort Philips. It is reported that Col. Law, cotnm ander of ; he troop? at Newfoundland, is about being ap. pointed to the vacant Governorship of the Colon* • . . . The harvest is progressing most satisfactory throughout the kingdom. The weather beins favorable for reaping, the harvesting of • heat, barley and oats is going on uninterruptedly. The potato rot in Ireland ha<» disappeared, but slight damage having been done to the crop. France.—General Blanchard'sdeath is announced. The French settlements in India have taken the oath ofaliegianceto Napoleon. The King of Siam has also sent his felicitations. Italy.— Bishops Vandervelde and O'Con DPr have arrived at Home with the decree of the Baltimore Catholic National Council. An English Envoy a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCh lirORTAST lI.TKtt.OEi.CE MtO* P»*o.— The New York Journal of Commerce pub* the following interesting and important intelligence, which it aaya it baa received from a perfectly reliable and authentic aource: Immediately on receipt of despatches at lima, 31 *i July, sent by the Peruvian Minister ,1 Washington, the Council of State clothed the Executive with extraordinary powers.— One steamer and two ahips of war were sent to the Lobos islands, and three more were to be seat immediately after. Gen. Destua waa at the Island, with a fotceo(3t)o men. The English steamer Lima, that left on the ] Ith of Auguat, landed 514 men, well officered, at Payta, on the 14ih. They would leave the ■est day in the ateamer Bimae, for Lobos Is* Orders had been given to station 2,000 men at Lambovrque (coast opposite Lobos Islands.) I'he Lobos Islands would be atronglv foitified, every thing being prepared k lor so Amis* Joaquin J. de Ojma, brother of the preaent Peruvian Minister, has a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 September 1852

VOL 2—NO 277 THE DAILY DISPATCH ~*AS. A. CO WARD IN. Proprietor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING, 1 Mttare, 1 insertion $0 50 I 1 square, 1 month $4 00 i do 2 insertion# 075 i 1 do 2 months 700 1 do 3 do 100 1 do 8 do 10 00 1 do 1 week 17511 do 6 do 1« 00 1 do 3 wi-eks 375 j 1 do 1 year 30 00 ry Communication era charged at the same yaiei UK advertisements. gj- Ten lints or <«*» make a squart; longer adfert:*eTreiiu in exact proportion, and payable In ad- vance Advertisements Inserted once a week,twice I work, or three times a week, will be SO sents for the first insertion, and j7J cents tor each ®or,anuM!ce. Marriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Funs ai notices 2a cents; Deaths, without obituary or ftnwra, invitation, i2j cents. The "Daily Dispatch"'ls served to subscribers at atd a quarter cents per tteek, payable to the sstrlor weekly. Pries for mailing, 44 a year In adTilK WEEKLY DISPATCH Is published every Friday morning, and mailed far'oNK DOLI.AB A YKAB. To CLU2S, for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ry TO AUVKKTlHKKW.—Thecireulatlon of the Dispatch 1* thub times as large as that •f aay other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It Is therefore greatly superior to aay Other as a Bedlam of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.t Friday Morning, September 17, UP Person* abroad from the city car have the Dispatch tent to them for any period of time they may deaire, by leaving their orders and paying the caaaibr the limetpecirted. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH For Friday, September 17, is now ready and for sale at this office. It embraces the following interesting articles: Editorial.—The Destruction of the steamboat Reindeer; The 12th of September; Public Executions; Lynchburg; The Lobos Islands; Tournament; Woman's Rights Convention; The Jewish New Year; The Sportsnan's Season; The Last Confession ol Jane Williams; Smaller Articles. MUcellanfou*. —Account of a late eruption •t Mount J-3tna; Full Reports of the Trial and Sentence of John Williams for Murder, and of the trial ofLucy R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 September 1852

the latest news. Lsiler from Trxat and New Mexico. , Hkw Orleans, Sept. 14 —Later advices from Texas have been received. There »u a ceneral demand Tor an extra session of the Leeisls'nre. The Cotton crop had suffered from the worm ant) the heavy rains, but a large yield was expected. Carvajal was at Roma, without men or means, waiting for movements in the interior. Santa Fe advices to July SWth state that much excitement prevailed regarding land titlesinNew Mexico, and aniens the Government interfered serious consequences were apprehended. At El Paso the Indian* had seized McGuffin's »pp«r tancho, and killed a number of people enramped in the fields. The Mexican Cotmnnndante had enforced a full tariff upon goods for the Chihuahua trade, and on immense stock was detained at El Paso. Arrest on the Charge of Murder. Philadelphia, Sept. 15.—A voung man named Murphy, was arrested in Kensington to day, charged with being the principal in a murder committed at Cooper's Point, N. J., 3 year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. RICIIMOM> rttAKKKTH. far tht wet* ending Tkurtdof fmty, Sept. 18. [CAiirouir coaarcrxD.l BACON—Mo alteration to price. Virginia cured, keg round. llf cents; prime Western and Baltimore Sides lU| to li eta; Shoulders 94, tor coin- moo, to 91 and 10 eta lor strictly prime. A great mmj interior Haouldera are in maiket The betvr (foaiitiea ar*> scarce. Ham* 13 to 14c, and scarce. BUTTER ba* become quite scarce. We >,uote firkin 18 to SO cents per lb.; fresh 801 l 33 to 35 Goshen 30 f> 33 centa. BEESWAX—33 a 33 cU. per lb.—with small recatpte. do chang*. COTTON AND COTTON YARNS.—The trade In Cotton here is limited. The quotations are ll'i to 10} eta. Cotton Yarns le cts per lb. COFFEE—OId Java U| to 13* ; Laguayra 9i to M; Rio <H to 9} eta; Cape 8! a 9* eta; Manilla t3|. CANDLES—TaIIow 13a 13$; Hull's patent 13; ■perm 43 a 45, Adamantine 33 J a 37|. Jackson's patent 13. COAL —10 to 13} centa on board fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 September 1852

VOL 2--N0 278 the daily dispatch J AS. A. COW ARDIN. Proprietor. CAPH TERMS' OF ADVERTISING. 1 i«aan>. 1 insertion $0 50 1 1 aqnarw, 1 month $4 00 "l do 2 insertions 075 t 1 do 9 month* 700 1 do 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 do 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 weeks 2 751 1 do 1 ymr 30 00 ry» CommtimfHtJoaaiire charged at the lime yilri is a>lvertis« menta. ry 7"ft li iff or lett makt m KjMGTt; longer ad?nu in exact proportion, and payable In ad"r* 1 Advertuementa lmerted once a week, twice a w>*?k. or three timea a week, will be charged SO lor tbe lirst insertion, and 374 cents tor cacti jor.unuance. jy Marriage notices Inserted for 25 centa; Fu»B'*' notices 2 > cents, Deaths, without obituary or f gaeral Invitation, 12J cenu. Tbu " Da:l* Dispatch' U aervod to subscribers at m aia n rfarirr unit per itttk, payable to the aurrler weekly. Price for mailing, 94 ayearln ad*»oae. TilK WEEKLY DIMPATCH Is published every Friday morning, and mail...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH* r*«r p*p« r ln the Cit * of Rjihrnondto «y other a.a of idTcrtiiiny- RICHMOND. VA.i Bstir'sy MamfoKt t*ept« IS. 1883. raf person* abroad from the city can have the PUpatch sect to them for any period of time they nay desire, by leaving their orders and paying the «ash for the Umespecified- The New Steamboat Law.—The act passed by Congress on the 30th ult., " for the better security of the lives of passengers on board of vessels propelled in whole or in part by Steam," is very lengthy and very full and stringent in its provisions. It being a subject which has become of great interest to the pub* lie, we will notice the leading features of the act—an act which is. we think, well calculated to effect the object desired, if any thing in the •hape of legislative enactments can effect it. TTie law provides that there shall be twentyfive districts in the United Slates, in each of which there shall be a Boa'd of Inspectors of Steamboats, the " Norloik district" embracing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 September 1852

the latest news. letter from Mexico. fltw Orleans. Sept. 14.—Advices from t!u ' civ of Mciico have been received to the OU|. * Ihe Chamber of Deputies of Oajaco, have j spronunciamenio, recognizing Davilla, insurgent, a- (iovernor of Jalapa. Raiikoao CaspaitV —Tile downward ac- - :! niod*tion train between Dunkiik and Hor* l-i!«»ilie, New Yo'k, came in collision with •oother train, last Wednesday. Five persons *" re instantU Willed, four fatally injured, and a iVw others somewhat hurt. Fatal Accident — Last Monday night, s ear Lockpoft, New York, a vehicle, in which wer e Mr. Flvnn, bis wife, child, and father-iti- :»*, was upset, end Mr. Flynn was killed,and his »ife hnd her arms broken. The horses ran ,ato t!:e buggy *' r * '• k. Ely, who was seriously, if not fatally, injured. Bartlett, tor uttering counterfeit notes, and 11. Lewis, hir advising slaves to abscond .ive been convicted at Hoinney, Va., and sen tenced to the penitentiary for two years each. r"s?*The second Annual Exh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Cvrrn/oalMce «f tie DhHtck. WAt m kotos, Sept. 16. Mr. Lyon«'a card to hia "old constituents," which is published io the Union of this mornMr, baa occasioned much comment, and not a lit lie sensation among the q uui nuncs of thia city. The democrats are rejoicing greatly •ver Mr. L 's defection towards the party with which he has so long been in close affihation ; and, per contra, the Whigs, despite the jubilant paeans of their opponents, seemingly manifest but little concern in view of (as they term it) his apo*incy. It is pretty generally con ceded that Virginia will cast her electoral vote fcr Frank Pierce, and hence the indifference manifested here by General Scott's friends relative to the position recently assumed by Mr. Lyons. Mr. Lyons is an eminent lawyer, an elective oratorjand, we believe, an amine politician; and such a loss should not be lightly weighed by a psrty battling for a continuance •f place an'd power, with the spoils am! emoluments of office...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 September 1852

VOL 2-NO 279. ruv DAILY dispatch = Y&q A. COW ARDIN, Proprietor. CASH TKRMS OK ADVKRTISINO. l,antra! ; nscrtion 80 SO | 1 *quare, 1 month M 00 , ' A •• < o ,ertion* 075 1 do 2 month* 700 i to 3 do 100 1 do S do 10 00 i <§o 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 werks 275 | 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 r-y ccmraun chfioaaara charged at the same j-IVm *a vert in meet*. Up j t i li-ut or let* make • rjiutre; longer admenu in exact proportion, and payable in ad"pjr jidrertiarmenta Inserted once a wwk, twice "Cr three time* * week. wiil be charged W * <v, r the first maortlon, and centa for each •o-Enuance. _ ,'3- Marriage notice* inserted for 25 cent*; FugfZzrtic >J, cent*; Death*! without obituary or fmn.rai invitation, 12j cenia. •j-.,, Dailv Dispatch" i» »enred to subscriber* • t i«i a~.i a quarter cents per teeth, payable to the „ rT ; r week.y. Price for mailing, $4 ayearin adthk weekly dispatch published every Friday morning, and mailed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. or To AOV KKTlHKHM.—Theoircnlattoß of the Dumtcii is thui Tina aa large aa tint of any Daily paper In the c.ty of Richmond. It la therefore greatly superior to nay other aa a ■sdfnm of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.i M—day Mwalag, Henwlwae, im JBT Persons abroad from the city Mt have the Dispatch aent to them for any period of time they wall foiMtto or ®er* paying the PoMTtCAL.—The political contest, in the political journals, ia waxing very warm, and those journals ate filled, for the most part,with erticltie relating to politic*. The editor of the Fannville Journal aaya be should be unable to five bis readers aoy news if it were not for the Dispatch and one or two other papers; which are not filled with politics. Botb parties appear equally confident of sue* cess. The last Alexandria Gazette says: We Stain assure the Whigs that the intelligence received daily from all quarters of the country, eont nue to be highly favorable to tbe prospects of Scott and Graham. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 September 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. Maine Election. Portland, Sept. 17—In 5200 towns the «,iip for Governor stands Hubbard, Temper- „„<•<> Democrat, 29,774; Chandler, Anti, 16,164; Crosby, Whig, 20,614; majority against Hubl «rd.7.004. I'he Senate stands Whiga 14 ; IVmocrats 8; no choice 9. House, Whigs, 67; pomocrats 84. The vacancies in the Senate are tilled by the vote of the two Houses in Joint Convention. We have the following returns for Congress fompsred with the election oil 848, when the Democrats had 5181 plurality upon the Concessional vote : 1 1802. 1818. Detn. Whi*. D»rn. i4t Dift. 3'67 41*6 2<Se 2903 •ia <•« 3£6 ci 4210 3«W4 Tj (j u 42.il *2371 3674 2061 itb do 4563 6707 455S 7351 Vh do 32-2 SJSa 3x3i 2296 ;. w dj »8l 9-1 eo(J 97u 20,062 20 6-2 16 054 19,185 20 OS2 Dem.msj. 60Q liem. m»j. 3,131 Whig g&io. 2, 31. These returns comprise about one half the Slate. In the 4ili sin sth Districts, the Democratic candidates ran, ...

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