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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 5 September 1860

*?_ Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Wednesday Morning, Sept- 5, I860. Ratification Meeting. 0\ WEDNESDAY, THE 12th OF SEITKUBER. 4-vouJ il*J of the Fair, the Republicans of the fonli?n<W? w',: ,loM 11 ff"""1 rati8c?liou inn-ting ; ihUcity, couiuiencing at 7 o'clock in the evening jjjaljngUjilie'l .pc-aterj frutii ubivtul wfU be prvsent' jgyTiiK Federal Cot'itT comnicnces its session in this city on Tuesday the Gth. jOfSfuuEN" Death.?Mr. ^honias Car UC !? wc" 'i,,0,vu citiien of this county, and formerly a resident of Short Creek d'liii suddenly in Newark. Ohio, on Monday frout disease of the hc.irt. He went to Newark a day or two before, appareutly ia perfect health on a visit to his relations. ijC~??OPEXixc-?Ifeiskell fc Swear'ngen arcj'ist opening their lir^t stock of choice Fall poods, the junior tnemberof the house hiring returned frotn the east with a large assortment of the finest goods ever dis played in the market, consisting of every thing that is n...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 5 September 1860

?c SHINE AND SHADOW. iumnjar-noon is brooding On til* lak?'> smooth breast; In the oak's broad shadow Cattle lie at rest; On tha slumb'rous hillside Idle stands the mill; The very leaves seem sleeping, The inaeet*a hum la etill; ? t?Q ofhaxy brightness, Dropped from cloudless skits, "With bushing apell of alienee, Upon tha valley Ilea. Stretched beneath the beeches, Book! though wise thou be, Sleep would- seal my eyelid#, Should I look on thee. Not for thought nor action 8uoh a d?y m? this,? Brain and aenaea sleeping In vague and dreamy bliea. Who, midst tropic languors. Can find nerve or will Tor the noble striving Noble 11 tm meat fill? Cboean summer beauty! .Where you hold your sway Manboo<fa strength of purpoae Thua you steal away; On typea of lower Nature? Birds, and treea, and flowers? Bestowing all the glory That run take from ours. So, O witching summer! We wlU bail your smile,? When you design to visit Our far northern isle? As the patient student Greets some fairy la...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 6 September 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING. VA./niyK^DtAY MPRNBSTG. SEPTEMBER 6, I860. NUMBER 323. jjTELIilGKXCEBjBl'UDISCS, E.t*rn<r "f Quinty and Maiu-Sli. TERMSi p,i!v.(liy mail, payable In advance^ .$6,00 f._r die - 10 TrMT?W-T> IP" *???. pay*"* in advance.) 3,00 Ai??ti?ing done on reaaonable term*. All ?.lwrti?"?nts from m distanw, or from transient ciir mo,t be ^ ,n advance. .'INSURANCE. 'IliSURANDE^ ~ jEtta in^nrance Co. ofWheellng, QfUct at the $nvings Ban I of TITiceiiug. No 63 Main St. The ABOVE NAMED CO'-rPANY, having: been fci'.f organized. is now propnre<l to take risks i0*p?t coiuiatent rale*. o?i Building. Machinery, vcieimr*. and stacks of M-rvhandfa). and againat n sttcn-ling the tr vncporUtton of Merchan 2L<b Hirer*. Sen fiikei Camta an-I Railroads.. IrsSicatioiK Or Inarince will l?o promptly at v !eJ tyy br the l?re?ideut and Sf?retarr. ? fhf pstronaje of the public U reipoctfiilly solicited. - p. IIILDRKTH. HENRY K. LIST, Se^rciarr. President. DIRECTORS. C. D IlrcB^Bo. John*...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 6 September 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TER1I8.?Daily, delivered in citjr, per wc?k. 10 ceaw Dart, by sUil)ii> adiaac^-... 46,00 Tm-Wieklt, by mftit, la adn?noer 3,00 WxEKLY,by mail, in advance,. ....... 1,00 ~w"H E E tTTn o: Thursday Morning, Sept. 6, I860. We are indebted to the Hon. T. C. Thea ker, for a copy of his bill reducing the compensation and mileage of Senators, Representatives and- Delegates in Con gress. As a matter of interest, not oulv to those of our readers who are constitu ents of Mr. Theak'er, but to the public generally, we may say a few word3 hij torical of this bill. The abuses which have crept into the present system of Congres sional mileage, are matters of public no toriety, and are among the very chiefest of the corrupt leaks in the public treasury.? There is no estimating the frauds which have been perpetrated on the funds of the people under the cover of mileage. Be tween real and what was called construc tive mileage, this government has be...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 6 September 1860

gtoilg jg umttgcnm Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia."?# Thurslay Morning, Sept- 6, I860. Eatification Meeting. ON WEDNESDAY, TIIE 12in OF SEPTEMBER, iho second day of tlie Fair, tho Republicans of ihe Pauhaudle xtlA hold a grand ratification meeting in thii city, comtaeuciug at 7 o'clock in the evening. Distinguished speakers from abroa-l will be present. DOUGLAS* & JOHNSON. fllHEUK WILL BE A MEETING OF THE DOUG 1 LAS and Joliuson Club, at their Head Quarters, Mvlodcou Buildings, (old Sou of Malta Hall) on Fri day evening* at % past 7 o'clock. There will he *ome good speaking. A general rally of the Douglas uit.u is expected. septC-^c Bgf-TiiE Whkkujco Union and the MiBTix-svitLK .Meeting.?The Wheeling Union of yesterday morning, made the following statements in reference to the Republican tl?sf presentation, pole raising and ..feting in .Martinsville ou Saturday hist: There were not more than 40 or no Re publicans I present nt the pole raising) iu rluding tw...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 6 September 1860

THE BALL-ROOM BELLE. BY GEORGB P. MORRIS. The pate moon and her atarrjr train Were fading from the morning sky, When home tho ball-room belle again Returned with throbbing pulse and brain. Flushed cheek and tearful eye. The plume that danced above her brow, . The gem that sparkled in her zone, The ecarf of spanglod leaf and bough. Were laid aside, they mocked her uow, When desolate and lone. ? - That night Uovr many hearts she won: The reigning belle, she could not stir, But like the plantes round the sun, ' Her suitor! followed?all but one? Ono all the world to her.' Andshe lost him?Oh! marrel not That lady's eyes with tears wero wet! Though lore by man is soon forgot, It n.vcr jot w? w .mini's lot To love and to forget. Who were the first newspaper subscribers mentioned in scripturc? Cain and Joshua: for Gain took, A-BelCa Life, and Joshua ordered the Sim.' Receipt for making pants last?make the coat and vest first.?Hartford Timet. The Empress Eugenie is in a condition wbich gives...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 September 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, > - = . FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7. 1860. NUMBER 3*24. f'*~~ ciaSTKD and I'UllLliUKD IiV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, l)TBH'tcBjr?-1SR BP1LDIS?9, y ? c-nfr of Quincy and S/ain-SU. TERMS: j,nr.fl.y niAil, payable In advance,). 45,00 t'r it* - 10 rri iv,^lr, (per Tear,payable in advance,). 3,00 i?Ady?<WoJ?do.nr*, rea?6ablg |e?n?*. v#rti*enient* from a distance. oihroni transient ,it'y cu^DOXn. must l>e paid In adrance. ^INSURANCE. INSURANCE. Vina Insurance Co. of Wlieeling, at the vingi of Whcniug, No 03 HI a in St. _r.i- VBOVK NAMED compact, having been J '/?f-rs.i!M/i'1. is now propare'l to take rinks . . ifl' rates. on RuiMingrf, Machinerv. ',sre. ari l Stock* of M-rcli^n'tliHo. an?l against '.Misatten'ling the trui?p ?rtatioii of Marchan ,1- ??_!.../* i . ..n.i :>.. :? i . - p.ihldrktii. hbxhy k. list, is-jcrvtarr. Predrtcnt. MKECTORS, C l?. llvr.r.vun. .Tonx L. Honrs, Otrtsms 11*^8. Thob. II. List, L. D. W*\it. unity is still affbnlol to those who wis...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 September 1860

aitg jgnMligwei' CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. ? ? TKRMS.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 cent* Daily, by mall, iii Advance.. $5,00 Tri-Wkekly, by mail, in advance- 3,00 I-. Wjuau.Y,by mail, in advance,? 1,00 ~W ~H~K K iTY x~? : " ~T Friday Morning, Sept. 7,1860. Wk have steadily endeavored, since this campaign opened, to make the columns of the Intelligencer a fair reflex of the polit ical sentiment, speeches and general car rying on in the city and vicinity. Our purpose is to ''nothing extenuate or to set down auglit in malice," but to do justico by all parties, their meetings, their num bers, and their principles. We believe that, both in respect to principle and ex pediency, this is the proper course for a newspaper to pursue. And while we ad vocate the support of Araham Lincoln by our people, as the representative of their best political hopes, we have not, neither do we intend to ask a single vote for him that does not result from an impartial dis cu...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 September 1860

" Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-CO Friday Morning, Sept 7,1860. DOUGLAS" & "JOHNSON. ,,,?KRE WILL BKA JIKKTINO OF THE DOUO li is JokuMa Club, at their Head Quarters, ifci.JL.n Builtliug*. (old Son of Malta IUI1) on Fri ?,> en-Bin?, *t ?4 jwut 7 o'clock. There will he uueuw<' *peak?og. A general rally of the Donglas i- "I*"1- ^ ?epttf-at Ratification Meeting. Ox WEDNESDAY, TIIK 12th Of SKPTBMIIKJt, the second day of the Fair, tlie Republicans of Pmtiandle will hold a granil ratification meeting . tbii citt. comwuliciiig at 7 o'clock iu the eveuiug. UijinpiiA"1 sp**""" from "broad will be present. ORGANIZATION" OF A GERM KEPIBL10ASV CLUB. , LL GERMANS OK Till! CITY KAYOltABLY .1 rtijp..-c.! to the Republican cause, arc requeued -1 , at the I'.cpublicau Head Quarters ( llorn 1- i'-llatl) this (Fridaj) evening ut half past 7 STKl'IIKX WALTUIL JOSEPH SCIIl'LER, JACOIt IAIS, I1HSLEL U'lUN, v. SfllAEKFER. j"cOB MINOR, A. WKBKK, ^.tj-lt Committee on orgauLu...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 September 1860

[From the Atlantic Mouthly,] ON A MAGNOLIA FLOWER. Memorial of my fonner <1 ay*. Magnolia, an I scent thy breath, Am! on thy pallid beauty gate, I feel nut far from deatii! So much hath happened! aim! ?i much The to/iib hath claimed of what was mine! "*'* ~ Thy fragrance moves with a touch Ae from a hand dfrine: So many dead! so man? wed! Since first by this Magnolia's tiee, 1 pressed a gentle hand and said, A word no more for me! Lady, who sendest frem the South This frail, pale token of the past, 1 press the petal* to my mouth. And sigh?as 'twere my last, Oh, lore, we lire, hat many fell! The world's a wreck, but we survive!? Say. rather, still on earth we dwell, But gray ut thirty-fire! A Jady sometimes keeps charms upon ber watch-guard, but it is more important that she keep watch and guard upon her charms. A man's good fortune often turns his head; bis bad fortune as often averts the heads of bis friends. A western editor has seen a pigeon with three perfectly formed legs. I...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 8 September 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8. ISfiO NUMBER 325. rKINTKD A.\D l'UUMSIIKD IIV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, lXTKtM'iB'(CI5R BUILDINCiS, X. & cernrr ?f Quincy and JIain-SU. TIEUMS: Daily-C'^ nwil. payable in advance,).. $5,00 Pr t!ie \feek - ... 10 Iji.Wc*tly,lV('r Jrear' in advance,).?.... 3,00 gf Advertising done on reasonable terms. All a.lvertiMnients from a distance, or fro-.1 transient city customers, must be paid in advance. 'INSURANCE. INSURANCE. ,ttna Insnrancc Co. of Wheeling, Ojfice at the Saving! 11**1' of Ultcfliug. T?m G3 Main St. The AB0VK NAMED COMPANY. Iiavfn^ been follv organized. is m?vr prepared to tnke rinks v t Qoiisistent rates. o?i Building. Machinery. Firnitur?, an?I Stocks of Merchandise, an?l against i :.jitir^r^tten-Uuj:tlietrinip?>rtation of Merchan r,e.?n Rker*. Sen hake*. Canals and Kailroadti. '"\i>p!ic*,i<?as for In-mrince will !>u promptly at c#n.!tito l?y the Present ami Secretary. The patrlnajoof tlio public is rt...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 8 September 1860

SUg gnteHigeMce* CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOrT" EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Dailt, d?UTcr?d in city, per we?k. 10 centa DJOVr, by mail, in *dr*nomr.. J$S.00 Zex-Wxklt, by mail, in advance- 3,90 Wnsxx,by nmD, IntdnuM, ........ 1,06 W H E E 1L.7 N^T" Satnrday Morning, Sept- 8,1880. To the Pankkndlc Rcpublicattt. Tbe Republican rally-in this city next Wednesday evening, promises to be a grand affair. We have the positive assu rances of several of the distinguished gentlemen who have been invited, both by telegraph and letter, that they will, with out fail, be with us. Mr. D. K. Carter, of Cleveland, chairman of the Ohio delega tion at Chicago, once a candidate for Gov ernor on the Democratic ticket, and one of the finest lawyers and ablest orators in the State, was he&rd from yesterday, and Tells us to rely on his certain attendance. Col. White, of Philadelphia, one of the most celebrated of the many Whig orators of that city, informs us to the same effect, by a dispatch. In additio...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 8 September 1860

largest Circulation of any Paper lr Western Virginia. ""SB Saturday Morning, Sept- 8, I860. Ratification Meeting. X ttPPSKSI'AV, TUE 12th OF SEPTEMBER ):? i?oii4*iv of the Fnir, the ltepublicann o; wilfliold a grand ratification meeting ?' ;iv tVlumcDcing at 7 o'clock in tlio evening uiihfl ipcaken from abruail will be present jgpgssT Ll' Again.?We dignify Mr. ,r^ Vilisott again with H notice. He ,n.. hinfelf outside of whisky yestcr ir "un;il. :'rom very impotence, ho could pet his. Imnds in his pockets, lie #ne,l ,ngirtiist ft lump post opposite the lcUrt House, closed his eyes and sunk lowlr aul1 lu03<;1-v ,low" uPou the P?ve ient"lH.e a dead nmn. A self-constituted l(ri(.,.r whose heart is always "open to ctllfi of distress mid invitations to drink) ?l""g !,1,(1 iramedfiitely skould j ijU(v Jack and started towards Alder . ,a Wright's. *lack kicked awhile and dS rebellious, hut it was only to receive ;ote ur two in theVibs Irotn his eon ,!or an 1 become quiet agai^i Aid. tigh...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 8 September 1860

Jailg gttteHigcncM. THE DIRTY LITTLE S50B. [From the London Review. j ^There's nothing right but what I think. There's nothing Rood bnt meat aud drink. There** nothing to compare with think/ fr Said the dirty little snob. "And work* the greatest 'bore' I know, learning's dnll and rhtne -eIow,* So, fast shall be the road 1*11 go!" Said the dirt j little snob; Devoid of sense. ?naas intense. And dirty little bsob. "*Fd like to know the use or frietxh, Unless they serve one's pleasant end.-*; The best is he who jivw or lends," Said the dirty little snob. "Tour learned men are heavy swells,* Toor moral youths tremendous *se!U.* ?And slang's the only speech that 'tells.* ** Said the dirty liitls snob; The emperiag dare, The brainless knave. And dirtj little Sttob. ??However chaste and pnre she be. ' And bright and beautiful to see. No woman can ssy -Nay.* to m?, Said the dirty little snob. |there no husband, son or sire. this creature through the mire. '?k it till hie toe shall tire,? ^ ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 September 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, V A., MONDAY MORN INC.. SEPTEMBER 10. I860. NUMBER 3-26. PKINTK9 ANDPUBUSIIKD BY CAMPBELIi & M'DERMOT, I;\TZl?Iiir<EXCER BUILDINGS, jy. wtr/jr of Qtiincy and Main-Sts. TERMS: Bail v. (by mail, payable in advance,)^ $5,00 By the Wook 10 f ri-W?>ekly, (P*r -year' payable in advance.) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisement* from a distance, or from transient citv customers, must be paid in advance. ?INSURANCE. INSURANCE. JEtna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, OjUcr- at the Sovivgs Jlml- qf Wlir.eiivg, 2fo 03 Mniu St. TIIK AB0YJ2 NAMBD COMPANY, having been fully orgauixed, is now.prepared to take risks at lowest cim-Ntent ratios," on Buildings. Machinery. Furniture, and Stock* ??f Mrrcliandise, and against all d^ns^r* attending the transportation of Merchan dise o:: Hirers* F?jis. Lake*. Canals nn?l Railroad*. A?ipiicaii??a'f-?r Insurance will l>o promptly at ten-lal to l?y the President and Secretary. The pitr ina^'of the public *? respe...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 September 1860

attjj fttttlligcucc. CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIRTORS. T1?K MS.?Daily, delivered In dty, par week, 10 can Duly, by mail. In advance. 46,* Trx-Wuklt, by mail, in advance- 3,? Wixnr, bj mail, in advance-. 1,1 W H E E L I N g7 Monday Morning, Sept. 10, 1880. Tkk Richmond Whig, the fiercest Bull paper in hU the land, is publishing theso two extracts in flaming capitals, to prove that John C. Breckinridge is not sound on the nigger question: In his celebrated Tippecanoe speech, Breckinridge used the following language: "I am connected with no party that has for its object the extension of slavery! ? Nor with any to prevent the people of a State or Territory from deciding the ques tion of its existence with them for them selves." Mr. Breckinridge then continued: "I happened to be in Congress when the Nebraska bill passed, and gave it my vote because it did what it did?viz: it ack nowledged the right of the people of the .Territory to settle the question for them lelves, an...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 September 1860

gutljrfnteHipMfcj: eg, Larges' Circulation of any Paper in ?Western Virginia.-B& Monday Morning, Sept-10, I860. Republican Rally! / TIIK FRIKNDS OF FREE 3jiABOR & FREE SOIL WILL noi.u A MASS CONVENTION! j) ?tie CITY OF WIIKELIXQ, at the COURT HOUSE, {iu Wcdiutd*.y Evening, the lithiust., at ' o'clock. Hon. I>. K. Carter, of Ohio, Hon. Pbllllp H. WllIte, Of Philadelphia, bion. '1 ohn A. Blughaui, of Ohio, will llrws the Cotivciniou. BcptlO tentioii, German Republicans! TilOSK OK YOU WHO IIAVJfi ALKKADY jniiie<I theUfriuaii Kepuhlican Asnociation, and all other* who wish to jrive in their names yet, nfo rcquOfiteil to meet This (jiomtoy) Kveuinp, at 7 o&<?:k precisely. ?t lloriibixwk'ti Hall, Muin street. iBLirUnt i?UKtueM> M to Imj truiihJiclud. l\ FKKU.'K NAULE, l'm't. W A. Wmer, Sec*y pro tern. ?SJ-.\ Joint Discussion.?The propriety of having the Bull and Everett and Lin colu and Hamlin mcelinga jn this city, on Wednesday evening next, resolved into a joist ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 September 1860

' tttptgenm. "AT THE LAST.*' "Man goeth forth unto his work, and to ti? labor until the evening."?Ph. civ., 23. The stream is calmest when it neare the tide, And flower* are sweetest ut the eventide. And birds most musical at tho close of day, And saints dlvineat when the; pass away. Morning is lovely, hut a holier charm Lies folded close in evening's robe or balm; And weary man must ever love her best. For morning calls to toil, but night brings* rest. 8he comea fro in Heaven, and on her wing.* doth boar A holy fragrance, like a breath of pray or; Footsteps of angels follow in her trace. To shut the weary eye* of Day in peace. All things are hnshod before her a* she throws O'er earth and sky her mantle of repos*; There is a calm, a beauty and a power, That morning knows not, in the evening hour. "Until the evening" we mnst weep and toii. Plow Hfe'a stern farrows, dig the weedy soil. Tread with sad feet our rough and thorny way, And bear the baat and burden of the dny. Oh! when oni:...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 September 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING. ?. .*ju"*? t .."V- v,: ? VA? TUESDAY MOK^TNG^ SEPTEMBER 11. 1S60. NUMBER 327. Kl) AND PUBLISHED BY ELL&M'DERMOT, igexcer buildings, 'Htr of Quincy ami Main-Sis. at of. TERMS: vable in advance,). $5,00 ..... x 10 year,payable in advance,).....*... 3,00 :ng don? on reasonable terms. tents from a distance, or from transient roust be paid in advance. SUBANCE rSURANCE. irance Co. of Wheeling, the Sarivgx JlhnV nf Witf.tiug, Vm 63 jSIaiu St. NAMKD COMPANY, having been tized. Is now prepared to take risks ttent rates, on Rnilding*. Machinery, stocks of Merchandise; and against tiding the 1 pi asportation, of Merclian Sex*. Lakes. Canals and Railroads, for Insurance will be promptly at* e President am! Secretary. oof the public is respectfully solicited. KTII. HENRY K. LIST, reiary. President. DIRECTORS, B.CRD, .Ton* L. 1I0DB8, IIess. Tnos-JH. List, L. I). Wait. r U atill afforded to thoee who wlali to ih?* Pubwrrlption book'remains opon at office. _ _ my25-y J RLE I...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 September 1860

Uailg |?tfHigencct 4^KPBKiiI & M'DEKMOT, " KDITORB AND PROPRTBTORB. YKRMS.?Daily, delirond in cily, per week, 10 cents Daily, by mall, in advance? .$5,00 Tm-WkexlY. by nudl, in adranoe,. 3,66 Weekly, by mail, in advance?. 1,00 ""TT W H E &JlTiW~gT" Tuesday Morning, Sept. 11,1860. Wide Awake Read (lunrteri. The different companies of Wide Awakes or jittosjg for whom it is convenient, will hereafter meet for drill at the. corner of Quincy and Market, Paiton'a Buildings, in the old Odd Fellows ' Hall. This spa cious Hall baa been secured for their drills through the liberality of Wm. Paxton, Esq. Company B will meet there to-night at 7 o'clock." The Hon. A. H. Stuart, State Senator from the County of Augusta, arrived yes terday. He will, as lias been announced, address the Bell and Everett meeting at the Athemcum to-morrow uight. Mr. Stuart has a national reputation as a just, candid, conciliatory and liberal mind ed man. AVe have never had the pleasure of hearing him speak, bu...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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