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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 29 September 1853
VOL. I.—NO. 148 THE MORNING JUAlli, IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) **[ BY BALDWIN &amp; ROSE. I Of 'r.e on. .Thirteenth Street , between Main amd Cary. TERM 3 Daily Paper,in the city, $3 per annum °&lt;Bn advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the yen; or six'and a quarter cents per week, payable g. to C ... carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advan •; or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single l 'nopit.-, one cent each. [Postage per .quarter, to any ‘ ; part of the State 19% cents.] Y Tu;--. Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers fc t $3 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration )f the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of N firgiaia, 26 cents.] Tun Weekly'will be sent for $1 per year, in adran ■; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. 1 Postage per annum to any part of the State, only .S cents.] ■ ADVERTISING. ■' ■ IN THE DAILY. . One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 c^: Two squares “ * each, one year 40.00 W* vbno squ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 29 September 1853
THE MORNING MAIL. O. P. BALDWIN &amp; C. A. K.OSJS, EDITORS a::d proprietors. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29,1888.RetajLiation* The New York Evening Post is “carrying the war into Africa,” so far as Mr. Dickinson and Judge Bronson are concerned. The latter, it will be recollected, is Collector of the Port of New York, but nevertheless has taken decided ground against the Administration ticket, (that of the “Softr.”) He says, among other things—- “ Although it must bo known to you that I am not in the habit of addressing political assemblies, candor requires me to and that I do not intend, in any form, to support the ticket. As a lover of honesty in politics, as well as in other things, and of good order in society, I cannot approve of nominations brought about by fraud and violence. Those who introduce convicts and bullies into our Conventions, for the purpose of controlling events, must not expect that tbciv proceedings will be sane tinned by ore, whatever course may be pur...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 29 September 1853
NEWS BY TH E MAILS^ THe Yeliovv Fever. Philadelphia, Sept. 27.—The yellow fever ia in our city, worse than it would appear. There were seven cases yesterday, and some reported to-day, but the papers are silent on the subject. The disease, however, does not assume a very malignant form. Business generally is very active. A very large number of strangers in the city. Hew Oklfans, Sept. 27.—The interments to day were S3, including 14 from fever. Mobile, Sept. 27. —The interments today have been 20 including IS from fever. Mortality on Slilptioard. Hew York, Sept. 27. — The ship Winchester arrived to-day from Liverpool.— During the passage 79 out of 459 paasengeis died. Jomhandek Ingraham. —Tho Genoa corresponuent of the Newark Advertiser, in a letter dated 2d instant, says:— Oapt. Ingraham, of tho aioop-of»war St. Lotus, now at Spezzia; was serenaded a few nights since by a largo company of Italians in boats, and received a complimentary address from them in commemoration of his conduc...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 29 September 1853
POETRY. Heart History. BY ROBERT JOSSELYN. Once upon a time a maiden, Sat beneath a hawthorne tree; And her lover close beside her, Murmured vows of constancy. Fairer, sweeter than the blossom, Hanging over her, was she; And her heart within her bosom, Throbbed and glowed tumultuously. Bo h were young, and fond, and foolish, Neither rich, the story goes ; _ Ma was proud, and Pa was mulish, Great their loves, aad great their woes. So they kissct, and wept, and parted, Swearing to be ever true — Died the maiden broken hearted? Was the lover faithful too? Pshaw! she wed a wealthy banker, (Slander whispered she vs as sold ;) And no city dames out rank her, With her pockets full of gold ; Queen at every ball and party, Decked with lace and jewels rare, Looking very fresh and hearty, Ileigus the victim of despair. He - confound the lucky fellow— Took a widow twice his years, Fat and forty, ripe and mellow, , With a brace of “little dears Big plantations, servants plenty. Splendid mansions...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 30 September 1853
VOL. L—NO. 149 THE MORNING MAUL, Is PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EKCEI BY BALDWIN &amp; ROSE. Office on Thirteenth Street, between Main amd (. TERMS — Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per am in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration o year; or six and a quarter cents per week, pay to the.carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in vauee; or $5, at the expiration of the year. Si copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to part of the State cents.] The Semi-Weekly, will he mailed to subscri at $3 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expire of the year. [Postage per annum, to any pai Virginia, 26 cents.] The Weekly will ho sent for $1 per year, It vance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the 3 [ Postage per annum to any part of the State, 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. One square of twelve llp.es, one year s3j Two squares “ * each, one year 4J One square, one insertion, “ “ each succeeding insertion IN TH£ SEMI-WEEKLY. One square, one insertion, &gt; “ “ each succe...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 30 September 1853
THE MORNING MAIL. O. P. BALDWIN &amp; C. A. ROSE, EDITORS AKD PROPRIETORS, FRIDAY MORNING, SRPTEMBBR 30, 1853 The Telegi-npliic News. Our readers will perceive that the telegraphic nows is of an exciting character.— War is now looked upon as inevitable though not yot actually declared. As i commercial item, it will be perceived that Flour is at a somewhat higher figure. Prospects of tile Agricultural Pair. We are much gratified in being able tc continue to render a flattering account o: the progress of events relative to the ap preaching State Fair. General Richardson, the assiduous and enthusiastic Secretary of the Society, is unflagging in his exertions to piomote tht interests of the good cause in every poasi bie mode. His son, as well as himself, is traversing the State in various directions and each is using bis best enceavore t( arouse the whole farming community to s full appreciation of the great value of the enterprise, and the importance ofindividu a', exertion. It...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 30 September 1853
NEWS BY THE MAILS. Ifellow if.vor aj-jDalvectoa. New Orleans, Sept. 28 th —Advices from Galveston of Friday state that the deaths by yellow fever averaged 10 daily. Among the victims were Maj. Sanders and Prof, flutter. The former was robbed while dying, and three men had been arrested charg «d with the crime. Pennsylvania. State Fail-. Pittsburg, Sept. 28.—The State Fair held near this place excites great interest, ami strangers are arriving iu every train fro n all directions The exhibition is in every respect exceedingly fine. Gov. Bigler Canal Commissioner Hopkins, and olh er State officers are in attendance. Female Printers. Pittsburg, Sept. 2Sth.—The Chronicle, Despatch and Visiter offices continue to eraoioy girls compositors during the day and the experiment has proved entirely successful. Massaclmsetts Wliijj State Convention. Fitchburg, September 2Sth.—The Whig State Convention met here to day, and was largely attended. Han. Robert C. Win-, throp was chosen Chairman and ma...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 30 September 1853
POETRY. Tlic Poor Man to His Sou. TA: ELIZA COOK. Work, work, my son, be not afraid, Look labor boldly in the face, Take up the hammer or the spade, And blush not for your humble place, Hold up.your brow in honest pride, Though rough and swarth your hands may be; Such hands are sap veins that provide The life blood of the nation’s tree. There’s honor in the toiling part, That finds us in the furrowed fields ; It stamps a crest upon the heart Worth more than all your quartered sfiields. Work, work, my boy, and murmer not, The fustain garb betrays no shame; The grim of soot leaves no blot, And labor gilds the meanest name. And man is never half so blest As when the busy day is spent, So as to make his evening rest A holiday of glad content. God grant thee but a due reward, A guerdeon portion fair and just, And then ne'er think thy station hard, But work, my boy work, hope and trust. r ~-, ~ uA TS A3TO IIDOTS—FRU &gt;1 Ilf fee aV; li to twenty per cent saved by buying from f‘ J...