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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 25 October 1853

VOL. I.—NO. 170 THE RICHMOND MAIL, 18 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY ROSE A SEMPLE. ■ Office on Thirteenth Street , between Main and Cary. TERMS —Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the year; or six and a quarter cents per week , payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance ;or $5, at tho expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any part of the State 19% cents.] The Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers at $3 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of .1 Virginia, 26 cents.] cm The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in ad--8» vance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. Postage per annum to any par' - ot the State, only • 13 cents.] M J ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. ~ One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 , One square, one insertion. 60 «.i a .leach succeeding ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 25 October 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE &. W. M. SEMPLE. *tT* The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now rorj- large and increasing daily. Besides the daily ireulation in the city an I country, there is also largo Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers get the benefit. " ' TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25,1863. Bronson and O’Connor Removed. The axe has fallen ! Bronson and O’Oon nor have been degraded by the Administration. They have been removed from office because they have denied the right of the Cabinet te dictate to them that Free Boilers should have their share of the offices 1 Who would have believed twelve or even eight months ago that such a thing could have occurred 1 Who would have supposed that the author of the Inaugural Address of March 1853 would iu October of the same year be found removing men from office who had been the true friends of the party, to put in those who had defeated it five years previous ? Or that an Administration which claims to be a nat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 25 October 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Destructive Fire at Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Oct. 23.— A firo broke out i this evening iu tbe bakehouse of Robt. Oetly near the centre of the block, bounded by Main, Sycamore, Front and Second streets, which communicated to the liquor stores of Wilshire, Bristol ife Co., M. D. Robs <fe N. H. it G. N, Davie. The flames rapidly spread to the rear of Mitchell <fe Rammelsburg’s furniture store, which was consumed together with various ware houses on an alley running from Front and 1 Second streets. The fire now threatens to be the largest known here for years. For , tuoately it has been raining here all day ii or matters would be worse. SECOND DESPATCH. Cincinnati, Oct. 22., 10, P. M.—The fire , is now under entire control. The store of I Ross & Ricker has been saved. The Louisville Fire. Louisville, Oot. 22,—The loss by the f fire in this city amounts to §200,000, on i which there is an insurance ef $160,000. — lu Philadelphia the Ame...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 25 October 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. learn that, while several persons wore cleaning out the house occupied by Wm. Coleman, at the time of his murder, a little boy, who was mmagiug about the crevices in the old building, found fif-ty-one dollars in money, wrapped up in a piece of paper—s4s in Central Bank notes, and |8 in silver. —Staunton Vindicator. Wag neb. and Grat Eagle.—We have just been informed that these two great rival racehorses, that mot on Oakland racecourse in 1384, will meet to-day, after the lapse of many years, on the Fair Grounds. This intelligence, io itself, will be sure to bring thousands eut to take, perhaps, “one parting look” on their favorites- —lxmAon Times. IgpThe Rev. 0. W. Denison, in 1844, a ranting abolitionist, living on the bounty of Arthur Tappan, and violently opposing Mr, Clay because he was a slaveholder, then a Native American editor, then a Webster man, and finally a. scurrilous Pieace partizan, has received his share of the spoils in the form of a consulship at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 26 October 1853

VOL.: L—NO. in TUB RICHMOND MAIL, fa PUBLISHED EVERY MOUSING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY ROSE & SEMPLE. OficcoK Thirteenth Street,between Main and Cary. TERMS Daily Paper,in the city, $3 per,ann um hi advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the y^.o, r; or six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in ad vance ;or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage pea quarter, to any part of the State cents.] . Tub Semi Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers at $3 per year, in advance; or 3-i at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part ol Virginia, 26 cents.] . Tub VVeekly will bo sent for $1 per year, in ad yjvaco; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. , Postage per annum to any part of, the SuilCjOnly U> cents.] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. i One square of twelve linos, one year £30.00 Two squares each, one year 40.00L Gno square, one insertion, . ■ r. each succeeding inserti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 26 October 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. iSS C. A. ROSE &. W. M. SEMPLE. U&T* The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now vary largo and increasing daily. Besides the daily emulation jn the city an I country, there is also a large Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers get the benefit. The Democratic Press. It has become fashionable with certain Democratic journals of the South, which condemn the policy of the Administration in respect, to the New York difficulty, to assert that tho President has nothing to do with it. They are driven to this position because an acknowledgment that he is identified with tho Free Soilers o ' Hew York would render him equally liable to their censure. And they cannot, eo soon after the inauguration of their Model President, bring themselves up to the mark of saying he is not such a Model President after all. Having sworn so hard eight months ago that the Hew Hampshire Attorney was a marvellously proper man, they find it a difficult matter b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 26 October 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Snow Storm. —There was quite a heavy mow storm in Philadelphia on Monday.— The trees on Chestnut and other streets and in the public squares, though some of them partially green, were bending with snow. The atmosphere was quite cold, and the day altogether would have done no discredit to mid-winter. Tlie Fires in tlie Woods near Detroit. Detroit, Oct. 23.—The fires in the woods and marshes continue to rage without cessation. There was a slight sprinkling of rain to day, but not enough to do good, and the sky is again clear. Families are coming into the city hourly, having been burnt out of their farms. Destructive Fire. a New York, Oct. 24.—The spacious and magnificent Fort Hamilton House, at Fort Hamilton, was totally destroyed by fire last night. Only a portion of the furniture was saved. The building was insured for 4 $85,000. The fire was the work of an in* ceadiary. £3i?*Ex-OoJlector Bronson has befea nominated for the IT. S. Senate, to succeed Mr. Seward, wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 26 October 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. (Tot Him at La':T.—Connecticut iias a summary way of hor own* of disposing of public nuisances. At the late air in Stamford, of tbo Fairfield County Agricul tural Society, a notorious English pickpocket named “ Ned Hammond,” was ar rested in the very act of rifling the per sonal treasury of a solid, country gentleman. Ned was promptly tried, convicted and sentenced under the name of “Seymour,” to the State prism for three years His capture was adroitly turned to the benefit of the Fair, for as he had victim lied several persons on. the ground he was, at the suggestion of the President of the Society* P. T. Barnum, Esq., placed on the last day among the other curiosities, and as .1 consequence, the receipts for tickets ol admittance, on that occasion, ran bIOU ahead of the ordinary amount. Sthakqb i’ksAS.oK A Fhbnch Lunatic.The monotony of.the Place de la Concorde has been ealiveued by the advent ol a gen tieman of respectable .appearance, who armed himself with a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 27 October 1853

VOL. L—NO. 172. THE RICHMOND MAIL, IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY ROSE & SEMPLE. Office on Thirteenth Street, between Main and Cary. TERMS —Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $1 when paid at the expiration of the year; or six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance; or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any part of the State 19% cents.] The Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers at $3 per year, in advance; or $1 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Virginia, 26 cents.] The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. [ Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. ' One square of twelve lineSj one year $30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, 50 « « each succeeding insertion 25 IN TH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 27 October 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE & W. M. SEMPLE. 43* The circulation of the Kichmond Mail is now very large and increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city and country, there is also a large Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers got the benefit. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27,1563.~ Tlie Theatre. We consider that the extraordinary performances of the Bateman children at the Theatre deserve more than a passing notice. On Monday, the first night of their appearance, the Theatre was tolerably well filled, but not crowded. On Tuesday night it was filled to its utmost capacity. It is indeed a rich treat to see with what ease, grace and effect these children perform their respective parts. The representation of Paul Pry on Tuesday night by Miss Ellen, was one of the beat we have ever seen. Burton as Dr. Ollapod could not have surpassed it. And Miss Kate as Phoebe won universal applause. Mr. Bate man himself is an actor of great abilities—sustaining the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 27 October 1853

' p—i —iiiamaßaaiMmrnWTTimwgißtfivrrTrsiwawaM NEWS BY THE MAILS. Arrival of the Isabel. Charleston, S. C., Oct. 25. —The steamer Isabel, Captain Rollius, has arrived here from Havana, bringing dates to the 22d I inst. Affairs in Cuba were quiet. News generally unimportant. Business steady, but not active. The steamer Conway, bound from St. , Thomas to Savannah, put in here in dis- : . trees. She was nearly afloat with water. Q The Island of St. Thomas has suffered * . greatly from the storm, which has raged ; with terrible violence all along the Southern coast, doing great damage to shipping, and it is feared to human life. The destruction at a town called Brunswick has been fearful—the place nearly covered with water—all the wharves swept off, houses blown down, &c., among them the large engine house. Accounts of serious - disasters are looked for. The barque T. E. Baxter, of Philadelphia, , from Mobile, arrived at Key "West on the txlSth, with the crew sick. The captai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 27 October 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. Counterfeit Coin. Counterfeit Gold Dollars are again put in circulation. They are dated 1853, and seem to be a perfect fac simile of the genuine coin, but may be detected by their very greasy surface.— They are lighter than the real coin, and have not the ringing sound. If held in the baud a few minutes, the heat will take off the gilt and leave the coin the color of zinc. Counterfeit Quarter Dollars, of the date of 1853, are in circulation, so admirably done that they can be detected only by the slight difference in the ringing of the metal. —Albany Atlas. The London Times knows all about the United States. A letter from England to the N. Y. Courier says: “An American Geography for English schools would, I think, sell well. A good one is wanted much. The editorial corps of the Times would benefit by a copy. In an article in that journal recently, it was stated that Wheeling was near Baltimore, which assertion is in character with another made some years ago by th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 28 October 1853

VOL. L—-NO. 173. THE RICHMOND MAID, IS rTJDLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCKPTED) BY HOSE & SEMPLE. Office on Thirteenth Street, between Main and Cary. TERMS.— Daily Paper,in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $1 when paid at the expiration of the year; or six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance ;or So, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to-any part of the State cents.] The Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers at $3 per year, in advance ; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Virginia, 26 cents.] The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in advance ; or $2, payable at tbe expiration of the year. [ Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, 50 ii a each succeeding insertion 25 IN THE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 28 October 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE W. M. SEMPLE. ILT-ir': .■■■ : The circulation of tho Richmond Mail ia’now very largo and increasing daily. Besides tho daily airoulatiou in tbe city an t country, there is also a largo Somi-Weokly country edition of which advertisers got the benefit. FRIDAY MOBNINgToCTOBER 28,1855. The Fair. Sanguine as are our owu expectations of the general good to be anticipated from our State Fair, we are highly gratified to find that many of our cotemporaries take a very warm interest in the enterprise and look for results fully equal to any ever contempt ated by ourselves. The South Side Democrat of yesterday treats the subject with much earnestness. It will, says that paper, be the beginning of a great end for every interest of our State, and as such, should be a cherished object with every son ot the Old Dominion. The noble men those true patriots who have devoted their lives to the lands of Eastern Virginia, will here see a reward of their labor* and a po te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 28 October 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Indignat ion Meeting. The N. Y. National Democrat says;— On Friday next, at four o’clock P. M.. the merchants of this city, without distinc tion of party, will assemble at the Mer chant’s Exchange, in Wall street, to pro test against the removal of Judge Bronson from the office of Collector of this port, for no other offence than refusing to prostitute his office to the worst of oloctione•ringpurposes. The merchants feel that, if this outrage were allowed to pass unrebubed. they know not how long it may be before the whole revenue of the country may be used by the Federal Government ae a fatal corruption fund. Since the formation of our Government, an officer was never before removed for such a cause. Arrival of a California Steamer. New Orleans, Oct. 26. —A steamer has arrived here with latei advices from California to the Ist October, (the same date , as by the Northern Light at Norfolk.) — The semi-monthly shipments of gold from San Francisco, including what is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 28 October 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. Witches. —Au English poet has taught ne how to know one of this formidable class, when, “in the course of human events,” we come within their range: “When well formed features beauty’s offspring speak And health’s sweet roses tinge the youthful cheek— Wheu the bright eye its dangerous power displays, Though modesty restrains its softeit rays,— When words polite and sentiments refined Are vouches for the beauty of the mind, — Or maid, or widow, be she poor or rich, My heart in terror whispers, ‘There’s a Witch!”' Good humored wit is the elixir of life. Yourjgenial, jovial, comic, graphic talker or writer does more to postpone the summons of grim death, that ten colleges of doctors and a thousand cords of drugs. Laughter serves as an oil to our intricate machinery, keeping mind and body from friction by the cares of earth, and so enabling our systems to run smoother, better, and wear longer. Exactly So.— Some one has hit the brad on the head in the following: “ The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 29 October 1853

VOL. L—NO. 174 THE RICHMOND MAIL, 1 Ts PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUM)AY*EXCEPTED) , BY ROSE & SEMPLE. ■, Qf.ice on Thirteenth Street, between Main and Cary. >< TERMS —Daily Paper,in the city, $3 per annurn in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the or six and a quarter cents per week, payable Sfottlia carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in ad- ' ranee; or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single jojies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any inatt of the State 19% cents.] iifu-K. Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers $5 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Ifirginia, 26 cents.] • . , The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year, postage- per annuni to any part of the State, only -a.] advertising. IN THE DAILY. i One square of twelve lines, one yen’* $30.00 Two squares “ each, one year 40.00 ' One square, one insertion, 50 ■ «...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 29 October 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. KOSK &• IV. M. SEMPLE. The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very largo anti increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city aui country, there is also a largo Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers got the benefit. S -TUKDAY MOUSING, OCTOBER 29,1863. How General Pierce was Nominated. Mr. Edmund Burke, formerly member of Congress, Editor of the Union, <fcc., and al wavs a leading Democratic politician, some time since fell out with the present administration. In order to give expression to his views he established a paper called the “Old Guaid,” and has since then been giving the administration some of his heaviest broadsides. A late number of his paper contains some revelations, showing that G en. Pierce is indebted to him, Mr. Burke, for his nomination, and giving an account of the modus operandi. Mr. Burke states that, having become satisfied that neither Mr. Buchanan, Gen. Cass or Douglass could get t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 29 October 1853

EWS BY THE MAILS. Further by the Kiagara. Halifax, Oct. 27. — The Niagara brings 45 passengers, and had much rough weathir*The steamer Goldeu Gate arrived out ou he morning of the 12th. It is supposed, that the Turkish governaent will decline the oilers of foreign exle of France, if France and England aford her assistance. It is rumored that the American Consul it Symyrna opposed Kosta’s removal to America. The Paris bourse rose ou Friday per sent. Omar Pasha, on the 9th, formally sumnoded Qortschokoff to evacuate tue Ottoman territory, allowing fifteen days, and if the demand is definitely refused, he will sommeuce hostilities at once. In the meantime he will not across the Danube. A levy of 150,000 Turkish troops have been ordered. The navigatien of the Danube and Black 3eas have been guaranteed to neutral flags. The clergy has offered to place 300,000, )00 of piasters at the Sultan’s disposal. The Sultan tells the foreign ambassadors ;hat he is desirous of setting the difficuliie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 29 October 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. jgfThe happiest period of a mao’s life is when he has a pretty little wife, one beautiful child, more ready cash than ho knows whatto do with, a good conscience, and not even in debt to a printer. Accident. —Mr. George Davis, of Carve 11 county, Ya., with hie -wife and child, whilst riding iu a carriage, ware precipitated, ou Tuesday last, down a precipice at Ellicot’s Mills, M<l., turning a complete somerset into the rocky branch or gulf below, under the bridge, and strange to say, none of the persons were fatally injured, though the carriage wae smashed to pieces and the horse slightly lamed. A Bors. —“Dick, hare you ever turned your attention to the subject of Artesian wells!" “No sir,” “Why!” “Why, be cause I consider them au infernal bore.” Ex-President Van Buren and eon were at Turin, on route for Rome; about the Ist inst. Educated to thk Business. —lt is said that young Lippincott, who married Grace Greenwood, was under her training for a proper ...

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