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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 December 1859

WficaoLAa ?"John, what ?* the IV Sir:" > j' Jo?>n, .iti8 saw." , Sir, and if a sea-fish swims by mo I a saw-fish, when it is past and I 8C6D, . . go home. Ask your mother to : ft8*"1 ^arm water, to prevent a V brains to the head," tUat'8 a dirty towcl for ? ft '??k ?f amazement, 'rc ?' - <2.' . ' y?a urf3 mighty particular.? ' . *evenly of my boarders havo wiped on tnat towel this morning and you are the first one to find fault." .-v '- . ' . m '"What'sthat long thing in the window!" , asked one boy of another, "Why, that's a tallowscopo." "What do they do with it?" "They look into foreign countries with it," Waithe reply. Why is a hen immortal T Kase hor "son never sets." The same might be said of a rooster. ? ?ORB TO BE ADMIRED THAN THE RICHEST DIADEM EVKK WORN BYKINSSQREMPERORS. What! Why a Beautiful Head of Hair. "OBCAUSKIT IS THE ORNAMENT QOD HIMSELF prorided^for all our race. Rentier, although tho rose may bloom over so brightly in the glowing cheek, the eye be ever b...

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. — 12 December 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA? MONDAY MOJUJlNG; DECEMBER 12, 1859. NUMBER 94, i'kinted and rmiusnED b\ |AM3>BELL & M'DERMOT, HTBW.IGESCE11 BU11.DIKGS, y, ? corner qf Quincy and JJain-SU. T E R M St ar fl,_r miUl, paynblo tn adv*n?s,).-_ 45,00 ,'bc VT<*k, (paymblo to thoCnrrlcm,)...10' i.ir?-Vly,(pa-y?">P*y?I'1<!'<>iidTmn<?,) 3,00 gf Ail>crtl?ing <l?no on raaonabla terms. jn ulvcrt luements from a distance, or from tranilent , customera, moat be paid tn adraacc. CITY DIRECTORY. WHEELING POST OFFICE. Arrival and Closing of the Hails. jfrdiingtnn, P*-* daily, (except Sunday,) arrives at 1. closes at 3uW3 I*. II* ? Pirkerstmrg, (by tl?e River,) arrives al 6 A. M., on Linetdav. Friday and Sunday.- Closes at fc30 A- M_ jnday, Wednesday and Friday. PirkPinburg. by B.4 0. R. IL, arrives at 6:43 P. M. ?Tat CZO A. M. Vai! Train from the East, arrives at 1:53 A. Mw? ??* at 6:45 P.M. rtitrc* Train, from the East, arrives at &5S A. M. iiatlOA.M. ?rr.iuinjodation Train...

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. — 12 December 1859

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS. W tl E E L. IN G: Monday Morning, Dec. 12,1859. Yesterday's Mail brought us two. let ters from a correspondent nt Richmond? one dated the 6th, the other the 9th, which *c are obliged to hold over. One or both of themrali appear to.-morrow. "? SJ O ? ? =?4 Ocr Washington' Correspondent, in a private letter dated one day later than his letter -which '?re publish this morning, says: '-I have only time to note a terrible excite ment that occurred this morning in the House, just alter organization. Kellogg, of the Peoria (111.) district, rose to a question of privilege, in regard to the statement of complicity between Greeley and Senator Douglas, which he had made. He was fol lowed by John Logan, of the Cairo district,' who immediately got excited to the highest pitch, and used insulting language to Kel logg. Kellogg made at him across the reats, and Logan snatched up his ovorcoat to feel for a weapon. Doth were seized by their friends ju...

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. — 12 December 1859

gta iln - 1 ? 5B r-r ~t-. '- - z^r^-tr-fr ?,? Largest Circulation of any Pap8r.in ' West^VirgiaU.-^ , : Momyteomhg; mmhm.'1 j K?"Only Ten Cents a Week.?The Daily Intelligencer will be delivered to any, part of the city or suburbs at ten ceuts n week. ?? , ggy Stkameu Rochest-tii Sckk.?We have already announced liy telegraph the sinking of this steamer, which occurred at Kagle Hollow, near Madison. As she was about sinking, Mr. John McDonald, one of her pilots seized a line and jumped ashore, and fastened it, and thus saved the boat from sliding into deep water. The stern of tlio boat gradually settled until the whole of the Indies' cabin was under water. The passengers, about sixty in number,' were very much alarmed, but the prompt action of Capt. Robinson, as sisted by the other officers, soon quieted their fears, and all were landed safely without accident. The Rochester's cargo consisted principally of flour, of which she bad 2,800 barrels, and green hides.? .She also had a lot o...

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. — 12 December 1859

ipBpffc: j D?fenoe, not Defiance. - BT TBHITT80*. *"*"*? 'h? mattering th and en roll Blacker and hearler frowns the aky, Yet onr dauntleaa English aoul '?"> the rtorra with ? .toady ejr. Hand, are atrong whero heart, are atont. Our riflea are ready?look outl No one wtahea theatorm to roll hare. No one cares such ? devil to ralsee And in brotherhood, not in fear. Onl y for peace nn Englishman praye Yet he may shout in the midst of the rout. Oar rifles are ready?look oat! Keep to your own, like an honest man. And here's our hand and here's our heart: I*t the world see how wisely you can Mm to the a right neighborly part; But if mischief is creeping about. Our rifles are ready?look outl No defiance is on our lips, .NotElM but kindness greets you here; BkllL. in the st >rm onr dolphin ships Round the Eddy stone dart, and steer; And on shore, no doubt, no doubt, Our rifles are ready?look out! Not defiance, but only defence, Hold we forth fbr humanity's sake; And with the help of O...

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. — 13 December 1859

VOLUME a WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1S59. NUMBER 95. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iXTELIilGENCEH BUILDINGS, y. K. cornn- of Quincy and Ma in - St s. TEliMfe: Daily. (by malL payable In athtutc^)?... .$o.00 fly the U'cvjc, (|?ayable to theCarriera.).............. 10 Trl*Wofkly. (l**r year, payable ia advuuce.) 3,00 AJvcrtbte done on reasonable terms. All advertisoineutB from a distance. or from transhmt City customer* must be i*aid in advance. CITY DIRECTORY. WHEELING POST OFFICE. Arrival and Closing of the Mails. Washington^ Pa- <laily. (accept Sunday.) arrived at 10 A. 31- cloaca at 3^0 P. M. Parkershurg. (by tho Eiv?*r.) arrives at 6 A."Mn on >*ednesdav. Friday and Sunday. Cloven nt 930 A. M., Monday. VVednesilay and Friday. Parkershurg. by Ik A O. II. R.. arrives at 6:43 P. M. Close at 6:30 A. M. Mail Train from the East, arrives at 1:53 A. M~? Climes at fc43 P. M.. Exprem Train, from tho 12ast, arrives at S?3 A. M. Closes at 10 A. M. ...

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. — 13 December 1859

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, KDITOH8 AXD PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Dailt, delivend in city, per wwk, 10 cent*. Daily, by miUl. in advance.^ .$5,00 Tri-Wjlxxlt, by mail, in advanqar- 3,00 Wiwttr, by mail, inadrancfs- -- .1,00 WHEELING: Tuesday Horning, Dec. 13,1859. Ixcexdiart Matter.?A Virginia Post master harwrittcn a letter tothe Postmas ter General, inquring relative to his right in the present crisis, to stop incendiary mntters passing through the post office. Tho Pogtmrtrter General" replies thit the" people of Virginia may not only forbid the introduction of such documents with in their-: borders, but if they are brought there in the, mails, they may, by appro priate) legal proceedings, have them de stroyed. This law of the United States establishing the post office, makes it a jsn itentiaryoffence for the postmaster to open a fetter, and ryet the Postmaster General virtually instructs the. postmasters of the South to'cSarnino all documents. Sup- j pose a cijpy" of one of GarrisQn's tra...

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. — 13 December 1859

Lareest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-6ft Tuesday Horning, Sec. 13,1859. feiTOnly Ten Cents a Week.?The Daily InleUigenttr will be delivered to any part of tlic city or suburbs at ten cents a week. . jQfM'OLICE IjlliKXClTY?Capture op a Tiiikf.?A fellow named John Boyles was arrested yesterdnv morning nn<l taken be fore Aid. Wright, upon suspicion of being a tliief. Previous to liis nrrcst he hud been Fecn with a well filled carpet bag, which he hal succccded in conccaling. Nothing | was found upon liira, and it was at once plain that noth'ng but a picco of stratagem would hold the fellow. Accordingly, officer Hauley advised officer Scroggins, in a toue loud enough to be heard by the suspected party, to go out and bring in a witness who could identify him. Scrog gins started out, apparently on this errand, and the accused being free, left also, and alter dodging about a while, slipped into a tavern on Water street, got his carpet sack, and was speedily muking track...

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. — 13 December 1859

Ladies' X*ug^ag*e How happy {0 the single life , a11 <hoae pricwts and ninnk*! Aot erne of whom has got a wife To bother him with trunks ? And tiaudl>oxe?, a load too great tor man or horse to boar. Which raflway, chunw for, over-wright, And cab* ask doable tare. Fell care, aa with your bride-you post, Dfatrncta your.auxious mind, L?rt tills portmanteau should K- lost. Or that Lo left behiuil: Her baggn^e a* yon tnnil down . . .".rIU' ?noro and more. And mill, an balder crow* your ecviwui. Becomes a greater bore. puutretched lir. Fushiotl vile, and rain. Hoop-petticoats: and v&rtt*. Now Rritfrli fenialiH, to contain. Require im end ufclMiD, To Which tea. baskets. bundles, add, T?*> numerous -to tt&ne;' Enough to (Irivo a poor man mad, A J.oh with rage inflame. ?wajrog o'cryour head, n ith luggage piled abore. Of overturn you rid? In dread, "With her whom you should lore; Then you, tho station when you gain. Must see that lumber stowed. And fittim about it in the tra...

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. — 14 December 1859

?aTJlTuiA oAU^ nt ir*f*H r*nout n^~* iuu m:isi# vsf t. no ?* ?T/riM.i *<?=? ? 7 tvJi <UV VS i. i?i -H inM/iJ *l ? ! *??; - -.*< lil >?-/. ?I : :! fiVTOP Jl Viil OJ WHEELING, WEB^'ESDAY MQRNjfe, DECEMBER14, 1S59. NUMBEE'SKx.' > " ?VOLUME 8. " printed'Xnd ,/)'; CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, ixtei. ugexceh isrii'iiiKcis, j.V. E. coma"of Quincy and Afain~SU. ' : : *'? ?*' -? f '* v ?) 1'. i T E R 3YI S s Doily (Iff mail, payable in advauceA.. $5,00 Jty till- AVu-k. (payable to theCnrnVrs,)......:..\;..'.: 10 Tri-Weckly, (p? r year, payable in advance.).....';... (yX) ^-Advertising done on reasonable terms. Al! advertiaemcnts from a distance. or from {ximsloni' city customers, must be paid in advance. HlN surawce. Choice First Class Insurance l xcoapoaatbd a?p on.uiTi:r. ,pkri*ftuai^ .Cu'Cash Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired: wrra a srui'Lus ok .$o00JtS7 HH. And tho pre.itigeof 38 yearn success and experience. Assets, Jannary 1, lfj58. Cidi.jp hand?AJ?opori;eiiii Jla...

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. — 14 December 1859

gailj CAMPBELL * M'DBBTCOtT" EDITORS AND PBOPBIHT^TIS. Dailt, by mall, in adrano^... $5,00 TU-WUXLT, bj mull, inadranwy....... 3,00 Wxiklt, by mall, In advance,... 1,0? W H EELIN G : Wednesday Morning, Dec. 14, 1859. Odb Washington correspondent, in a let ter dated the 11th, says, "I was handed a letter to-day, from a gentleman in the ?oath-east portion of our State, to a friend here, and I am permitted to make the fol lowing extract from it, for your columns, if you choose to publish it. The writer says, "I think I will sell out here in the spring, if I can to any fair advantage, and move out into the western portion of the State, either to or in the vicinity of Wheel ing. I learn they have excellent private and public schools in that city and neigh borhood. But what is more than all to l, me, I see by articles copied from a paper published there, that they sustain a free press, and that the crushing despotism of opinion does not weigh men to the earth as it does here. Tho right to...

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. — 14 December 1859

fjlaifg gjutcUigencer Wednesday Morning, Dec. 14,1859. 1=1\TBLOPBSI BNVKLOPKS 11?We ^ I'li-ivc just received a nne lot of oxtra quality en taM ?UcU will be printed In the bet .tyle, chST" CAMPBELL 4 STDEK1IOT, BSrOnly Ten Cents a Week.?The J)jihj Intelligencer will be delivered to any part of the city or suburbs at ten conts a week. t m [ C25~City Council.?A regular monthly meeting of the City Council was beld last evening. There were fourteen members present- The committee on accounts re commended the payment of the usual monthly bills. The report was adopted. The committee on petitions and remon strances, recommended the remission of the lines' imposed lipon Joseph Long and John A. Armstrong. Adopted. The Street Commissioner's report was read and adopted. Joseph Long and others petitioned the Council to refund certain taxes assessed upon a church lot, and asked the exemp tion of the same from taxation. Referred. W. W. Holliday, asked au appropriation to repair the damage done to t...

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. — 14 December 1859

fatUg [From "Once-erWeei.^) PAiBTMAY. ? "Ocrme hither, little Fairy May, My bride Ifyou will be, *l m pre yoa silks and satins bright -Most beantiful tosee; ? m bring Ton to mv castle hall, 'Mid lords and ladiee gayr* Wo thank you sir, rd father not," Quoth- little Fairy May! . Says mother, "He'a a proper jnrath; Say yes, girl, there's a dearies? t "Say Hoi Mix Pride?" her fiuher cried, , "I'd only like to hear ye!" Bat still, for all that they could do, Abd ell that tbey could say, . "So thank;you air, I'd rather not," Qqoth little Fairy May!" ' '**Come Faiiy May, yonr words unsay, r"Yon HiIly^Jttlo guoe<v yd You "know within Vonr heart of hearts, >'ou would'nt like' to l<**e met. ' Youllneversee me here again, Ifouce J go away;" "Well, sir! and much I care for that!" Quoth,little Fairy May. "Lose such a prise!" her father criqs, ??Say yes?or el.*e I'll make yd" Her' mother scold*?UA wilful clilt! ,J ? I've half a mind to shake ye!" ' Bnt still tor all that they could do, ...

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. — 15 December 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1859. NUMBER 97. .jrJ' i PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY. CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, INTELLIGENCER BUILDINGS, . JY. E> corner of Quincy and Afain-SU. T E R IVT ?4 i Dally, (by mail, payable in admix*.).- -$5,00 By the Week, (jayablo to the Carriers,). 10 Trl-Weekly, (per ycarj payable In advanco,) 3,00 Advertising dono on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city qustomers, must be paid in advance. riNSUB ANCjjV Choice First Glass Insurance ? in TDS ? I INCORPORATED 161? ?CHARTER PERPETUAL. ffJj-Caih Capital $1,000,000, abiolufe and unimpaired. wrru a 8TRPLLS of $500^37 S8. And the preatigeof 38 years success and experience. Assets, January 1, 1858. Can]i in haniLA* Depositee in HurtCd Bank*4*US,123 09 Cash in trau^it und AKeuts*hauds, .. 1GC^$72 05 Money due the Co., secured by Mortgage,... .0.418 04 Ke.il Estate unincumbered 47,053 42 Bills Receivable - 35.177 18 H \JIKET V VLUE. 102Iloruli0,7 &am...

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. — 15 December 1859

gailg ? uttUipucc* | CAMPBELL & M'DEITM0t7 EDITORS A2CD PROPBIBTOQS. -- j TKRMS.?Dailt. ilcllTcrcl In city, per week* 10 cents. . Diiit. by l*?H, i/i ttilrsnot.. .........t5.no Tri-Werki.t. bj mail, inadTaoce-. ! X?D WkekLT, Iij mall, inailrsnco. 1.00 W H E E T, I N G : Thursday Homing, Dec. 15, 1859. The annual election for city-offieera-and roejnbcrs.of coancil is rapidly appro (tell ing, and already the candidates are com ing boldly into the field to compete for tho public-favor. Qft^Tuesdnj- eTenhi^a'loiig I debate wasihad in the city' conncfl-iipon the propriety of petitioning the Legisla ture to ajlovr the council to elect tho city Sergeant and other officers now elected by the people. The coundlmen exchanged opinions upon tho subject, but it was fi nally referred tot lie committee ;on.Qrd\ naijces/or report. -There is certainly'some " chow .of reasoiTni this matter, and while 1 we do not undertake to . say what parties ' lar^officcrs Bhohld be tAkeh out of the peo- J pie'...

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. — 15 December 1859

^ailg f t Thursday Horning, Dec. 15, 1859. jiVVELOPES ! KNVKLOPE8 ! !?Wo \ jnat received a fine lot of wctrn <jnality en r?r!<T*'- vhich will bo printud In the* beet strl^ OAMPBKLL & M'DKKMOT; cLc-Jii fejrOnly Ten Cents a Week?The pZh Jnlellytiicer will be delivered to any of the city or suburbs at ten cents n week. {kg-OiTV Election.?Candidates will I ise remember, that we invariably charge i^ .for all announcement? for the city offi ces?1? lit paid for in adcuncr. Say-Ctiuors CUsf ok Obim. Gov. and Si.anueb.?a ratlier odd case of crim. coil, or slander came up in tlia Circuit Court vcilerJav. It appears l"?t some two years ii-o a Mrs. Jlnrgarett Hamilton visited a blacksmith of Triadelphia named Alexan der McGIumphrey. During the visit, other women being present, it is alleged that MeUluuiphrey pulled .Mrs. H. down upon his fcuce and kissed her. Alt present re garded it as a jokcund nothing was thought , of it at the time. Afterwards a report r.Mched the cars of Wni. IJ....

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. — 15 December 1859

John Bull on the French Invasion. [From the London Fundi.] "It'* coming, is ho?" quoth our John, Tto heard that talk before"? And then hi* eye fell straight upon Hia stick behind the door. "I wonder if'twould suit Our Friend, (John's boa was rather grim,) For me to saTO his coming here, By going there to him." "Because, you know, oW feiri," says he, ul'm hearty, strong and hale, And Td be all the better for A little bit of sail. I fkney, too, he thinks Fm not Quite sodnd in wind or limb, Pto really half a thought, old girl, Of giong there to him. "Besides, you know, I should'nt be A strangerto the way, I risited the spot before In Bonyparty'e day. That rery stick I took with me? Ilhot'nt grown mart ilim,* ni swear, old gal, I'm half inclined To go across to him. ? **I hate to gire a gentleman More trouble than there's need, And crossing water makes Our Friend Uncommon cross, indeed. And iC as these here letters say. To meet me is his whim, Why, dang my buttons, Mother Bull, I'll go ...

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. — 16 December 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, V A., , DECEMBER 16. 1859. NUMBER 98. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLIGBSCER BUXL131XGS, A*. K eorrtrr of t/uinry and Main-.Slt. T K ll M ? : Daily. (l>y mull, pa.vabl? In advance,).. $5.00 B> the Week, (payable to theCnrrier*,).....,. 10 Tri-W?ek1y. (per year, |?yable In advance.) 3,00 AduTtiHing done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city c us to in era. must be paid in advance. IIIISU EANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? IN TIIK I.VC0BP0KATED 1S19 ?CHARTER PERPFTUAL. ?x^C&sli Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. WITH A STRPLU3 op $50Gw3S7 88. And the prestige of .*?8 years dticco&s and experiouce. Assets, January 1, 185 6. Cash in baud. & Deposit?* in HartrdBanka,$34S,l!23 09 Cadi in transit and Agentsjhands, 100,872 05 Motirv due the Co., pecured by Mortgage,... 6,413 04 l'.c.d Estate unincumbered 47.053 42 BiiU Receivable I>5,177 18 MARKET VALUS. 102Bond?0,7;i:10p...

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. — 16 December 1859

failg Utttinigf mtx CAMPBEII & M'DEBfMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIBTOR8. TE MS.^3An^^enrwd7ncSy3*^?lC^ Daily, by mail, in adrat?e_ .$6.<)0 Tri-W*xxlt, by mail, in mlrancc^ 3,00 Wmmxlt, by maO, in advance 1,00 W H EEL I N G: Priday Morning, Dec. 16,1859 Odb Wasuixqtox CoiiUKSPOKDEST sends its a report of the speech of Hon. Jolin Hickman, anti-Lecompton member of.CJon gress from the Chester (Pn.) district,' an extract from which w(U be found on oar ? first page. lie says that it produced the most profound sensation in. the House of Representatives, both on the floor and in the galleries, and was heard with a silence that was almost painful. Its delivery was calm, determined and impressive, and riv eted all eyes. It is regarded, as next to Nelson's, Me speech of the session thu3 far, and will go out to the country as a most forcible vindication of the feeling of Penn sylvania and the North generally. Our correspondent thinks that there is little prospect of an organization anyway soon...

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. — 16 December 1859

Friday Morning, Dec. 16, 1859. - ;^LOPBSI BNVSIiOPESIl?We l<. Iia?? just received a line lot or extra quality cn -*,J * Jhich will l>" printe,! In the liert style, wlucn wm CJ^,pUBIlL 4 M'DKKMOT. cheap* _ E?"Only Ten Cents a Week.?The InleUigtneer will be delivered-to any part'ot' the city or suburbs at ten cents a week. | a jjgf-CiTY Election.?Candidates will picMC remember, that we invariably charge sjj for all announcements for the city offi ces?to be paid for in aihtiue*. jggy- \s I.\cotta:bii"-': Rowdy.?Night before last Mr. ' Nancy' Powers, a gentle man of very low habits aud associations, who has just served out a term in the county jail, went to Alderman McCourt nov's office and esked to be recommitted, saving that he entertained a very high opinion of the Fifth street institution its a first class boarding house. He was told bv sonic one in the office that he could not be committed unless he perpetrated some offence. Without further talk Mr. Powers proceeded to break ...

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