will appear in a new dress on Monday morning. The type for this purpose have been procured after much exertion and difficulty.
The old were so much worn that a new suit was indispensable to the good appearance of the paper, and, our readers may sometimes have been ready to add, its legibility.
By dint of care and attention, the press work has recently maintained the passable and even legible character of the Dispatch
but even the best efforts in this way could not long have made even tolerable the impression upon the faithful, war worn types, which we are now glad to be able to set at liberty.