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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 September 1860

gailg ?f tttelli jcum b*. Lwgest Circulation of any Paper in Wostern Virginia.-?# Tnesday Morning, Sept-11, I860. Republican Rally! THE FBIKXDS OF FREE LABOR &* FREE SOIL WILL l(OLI> A MASS CONVENTION! In the CITY OF WIIKEMNO, nt the COURT HOUSE, Ou Wcduciday BTtuIng, the 12tli lu?t, ?t 7 o'clock. Hon. D. K. C?rter, of Oliio, Hou. S. "White, of Philadelphia, Hon. John A. Blngllam, of Ohio, wiU address the CoUTtlitiju. septlO THE* FAIR! .I'llE DOOKS OK THE FAIR ASSOCIATION WILL. I be removed tu the Fair Urounds this morning at v o'clock. There will ?l?o We a grand procvwuon ot lie ,tock entered, at 3 o'clock iu the aituroooa. oplU j^-Excitkuk.vt ix Mahtinsvillh?For matioS of A Vigilance Committee.?For several months past the town of Mar tinsville. over the river, hits been infest ed bv ? of abandoned women and reckless outlaws, who liave severely tried the patience of tlie people. They prowl nrouud at night, stealing everything they cud get tlicir liauds on, such as chickens, ...

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. — 11 September 1860

aitoltttclliqcutft. . i 1 (IVDI ... *J ;1 F?1 WIM> AW: SEA. ? ' The 8w is a jo vial comrade, He laughs wherever lie goe^: HlWriTk;c&ie^lh^,n,,,iD8,^, -? He laysh bnself down at the feet of the son, ? And shakes all over with glee, And the bnttd-backed billow* fall taint on the shore. In the mirth of the mighty Sea. But the Wind i?t?ad and realle*.?. And cursed with ah inward pain; You nay hark' an von will, by valley or hill,' Bat you hear him still complain. He walls on the barren mountain*,. And shrieks du the wintry Sea: He sobs iti the cedarand m<*ans in the pine, Arid shmlders all over the aspen tree. Welcome are both their voices. And I know not which is best? The laughter that slip* from the Ocean's lip", Or tins oonjfrtrtle** Wind's uniwt. There** a jwng In all rejoicing, A joy in the heart of pain And the' Wind that sadden*, the Sea that gladden*, Are singing tho self-same strain! Dawkiks. married a lady for her money, but cannot touch it tiJl she dies, and he tre...

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 September 1860

*vmv>n! M frau.i-fr 'i 14 flftWj H J.' 8; WHEELING, WED PTEMBEB, ISfiO i ?tAltTER PEUl'KTUAL . - CONN: r,8iirw< A.\a ruui;isirK& CeILIGBNCBR BUILDINGS, ' V. JEtorwr ?/ Quinty and Uatn-SU. TERMS: ??n.p-ir?M0 in advance,)... $5,00 'uSL 10 y^^rjtw.poj-abU in advance,}., .. 3,00 Ijjrcrttsiof? done on reasonable terms. -titiaewent* from a distance, or from transient Itomffl*.BII,t h* l**-1'1 in m,l?oe S XT R A N C E .? IlfSFKATiyci la Insurance Co. of Wheeling, [of* ?' &lvin9s ^nnl' ?f TVliceliug, K? G3 Slain St. |t' \irtVK NAMED COMPANY, having boen IV ^rrtuixed. is no* prepared to take risks ?!.? c .^tcut rote*. on Iluil'lings. Machinery, ?stare. ?tock* of Merchandise, .ami ajminst iitte'i l'"? the trn-portation of Mercli&n ew. ?c?. bake*. Canals and Railroad;?. *Jinti?n< fir Insurance will be promptly at Spbv the l're?i?1ei?t mid Secretary, r-rtlriiugcoftliepublic is respoctfully solicited. \v1111 IMIKTII. HENRY K. T/1ST. Secretary. President. I>I RECTORS. r p....

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 September 1860

CAMPBELL & X'DE&XOT, xditou aid nenmoK, WHEELIXG: Wednesday Morning, Sept. 12,1860. Owt*6 to the crowded condition of oar advertising columns on this page, we pub lish more than oar tunal qoutitj of read ing matter on its first page. IsiukKu u tbe Ticket. Some of the German Kepablicaas have called oar attention to a piece in the H Heeling Staah lZeiung, to the effecUiiat a man named Wilson, one of the Repub lican Electors in Indian, had expressed himsalf Teiy abusively of the Germans. ! Tbis is not so at all. There is no snch man on the electoral ticket. >~o man of the name. *r. Armor Certainly CorI>(. We announced the other morning that in addition to the other speakers for the Republican meeting at the Court House to-night, Charles Lee Armor, of Maryland, was expected. We received a letter from him yesterday, stating that he woald posi tively be here. He will arrive on the ex press train from the East this morning. Some of the best speaking that ever was heard in Whe...

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 September 1860

iulj; gfntflHjjcttcet *3. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia."?? Wednesday Morning, Sept-12, I860. Republican Rally! THE FRIENDS OF FREE LABOR & FREE SOIL WrLL HOLD A MASS CONVENTION! in the CITY OK WHEELING, at tlie COURT HOUSE. On Wcdii?d?y Evening, the 12th Inst, at 7 o'clock. Hon. D. IE. Carter, of Ohio, Hon. Phillip 8. While, of Philadelphia, Hon, John A. Bingham, or Ohio, will aJdrras the Convention. neptlO ggy-THB Islano Fjjb?Fiust Day. Yesterday morning tlie atmosphere was uncomfortably cool and the sky cloudy. For the first day of the Fair, we were in clined to regard the appearance of things ns slightly inauspicious, but we wended our way over tothe FairCirouuds,and short ly afterwards thesuu broke out through the bleak clouds in nil his splendor, throwing a bright golden light over the whole scene. Animal spirits took a sudden rise, and everything looked joyous. The hnir on the horses back seemed to become sleeker and softer, their ears stood up stra...

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 September 1860

qgr-na q jnCTtwafe r?r W* AaE *sz*%j wxa tied?y. Trcaa X?th 8* 5?i. fans 1*4 to1 ftnrycwiMS wftfc? J i*I! vox. ***? witkafiycmr TOgac, ?,??* iW AtB lare P? Wt ? A W I?mifci*cplfc??!c . . We-3 Bttt* =3* lid flm t ?nr gi>- ? PICK'S ACCOPSTAjrr ACT" dispatch PA-rarr. yj, r.,, ,rn'i Ciazmsma mimmiemped C?if?^c3es ^ ftmfe Zwatod Srfct, /^C jricii; to eT tr*? 3 may amosrm. Whaticlai* as*y isTisros u, the otgztcc* rf fct*jcH? K?aa aran-?* _-. .-,,., ** vmeij. i? jrsi^d ? ^ jirt auiLenKad rf&i m'ST^Z.^j v ?dnutj<f -". ' C?i>5ri.u; ocKil? rwnsjwie^ m **7 f"3" -tl i r *Arf iuK s<T time ??* tl>* cmred t< **"" , io tint. wl*a. i?4i?ei m ?J t. wu B ? V pn> 4??- ?? uuji: WWJMI iii-E ?4?a S? v^oum fcra. Iv>? T <*" *2 tie *ssoi33* ??? ie??L. *orcrx^.y i i. mi -fnr *? si* Uiiun ? cuaamo'-f- in ? esri ?.* ?a* cr-niu^)i?r?i in k*s> iu "At rwtc-e: reuiOT* c- = eB?Moal . ? iM! ?f tb? anus oaa*>*? *u3 j*rfcn ? tie 4??JS? <.{ nuLO?rtm.?-2i: 1*^5 *a?c*ir. taiyr M rws...

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 September 1860

8TfttM28|T?3f?(r I . .VITKr;' : ??.' i ? ?*? - - (KNE^,.- SEPTEMBER 13. ISfiO NOMBKR l'itiMKji;**!)ificlisrirfcj iiV// \s CAMPBELL&M'I}ERMOT, 13iTEI.T.1UEKCKH Itt iLDjaCS, j\". K.corvtr of Quiucy and Jdairt-St*, , T02T*MSs p.,i!v.(brpayable ill adnutce^).-,.^. ....$6,00 j gr.tlia Wfcok??-?? - , 30 Trf?ur*eklj?(per year,payable In advance,). 2,00 Advertising dune oi* reasonable terms. .411 IN S U BANC E. jEtna Insarance Goior Wheeling, OJic ai the Soring* Af. Wheeling, "No OS Main St. The abwc xuiun vth f illy onnnizc!. i-? notv prrp-trrd to^ take risks j,f jowi'*r ciAiiUlent rate*. on }:,m:t?ire, uw^ Stocks of Merchandise. a-Uitj^jcainHt ?:i luisfn at ten-ling the t r?n-jv?rirttJ.qn;Qf Marclian t> ,n l?:vcra, Lake*. Canal* and Railroade. fjp Insurance will l>e promptly at te-Vio J tj by the Prf.^JiI'sJir an?I Se-rctaiy. f - patri4re*>ectrifiliySolicited. V. wuweth. JIKXRY K. LIST, jccreiao'- < jK .President. ptkkototcs. C v 1Icpiurt>. .lonv l. Honns, cn*isttv>*...

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 September 1860

fjailj fnteUigencet CAMPBELL lb 1TDEB1I0T, SDITOBS 15D FKOPKXETO&8. TXKM&?Dinr, dcfitaml h) ritr, per Tttif, 10 ccnta HraT,br ?" ?rtTi?t? JHflb Tu-?nm.kj uQ, iaadvne*, M* WmiT? Vn. lai ?4r?i?r?,? IjM W H E E L I X G Thurtdsy Morning, 8ept-13,1860. Tk* r?iir-l?c?n< Day. Yesterday morning dawned as drearily as the most confirmed h ypocondriac could bar* desired. A bard rain came down for ? considerable period of time and every body feared for tbe success of tbe fair.? After tbe rain, tbe son came out and after a reign of a few minutes it rained again; so old Sol continued to play (bopeep with tba world in general and Wheeling Island ?specially, for fonr or five boars. After the son bad shone three minutes it was re garded as a safe bet that after it had shone three consecntire mi antes more, it would rain again; now the people were encoura ged by the bright prospect and then dis pirited by a sprinkling, 'driirle drotrliog shower. Still a - considerable number of people star...

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 September 1860

. "Largest Circulation of any- Paper in Western Virginia. "?# "Thursday Morning, Sept-13,1860. MUSIC. Mp r jj. BOBKKTSON-S CLASS, fur the in?troc ,'tmof Children in Vocal Muaic, will comtnenr -itonUy, at i o'clock P. II., iu Swartz's lis] ' ;ri- bU Ice Croam Saloon.) Terras SO ceu Hurler- A Clou for Ladiee or Gentlemen wi fA, tho eame place on TLuraiUy eveuiag, tl at ;U o'clock KM. Prirate Iwn. gl*M . _ .epti3-it? jfh-tut Bell jlxd Evkuktt Deiio.n tiration.?"The wildest excitement."? ;Ve thank thee, Jew, for giving us that *ord. If tl,ero wnl not t,le widest ex citement in this city last night, there ntvtr was such a tiling-. The town was fnirlr alive with a vast, wild multitude following the Lincoln and Bell proces sions. The latter, numbering, judging from the noise they made, about tour liousaod, nud from a fair estimate, about ,!ircc hundred or two hundred and Bftr, marched through tho streets, ringing bells, and brought up iu the Athencum. The iiouse contained as many people as...

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 September 1860

&0 -< ? t ?t V?? / Tt i? -y V i s tr. f f *1 ?i > rTIIB* BETRATEDi t ? She ta? alone, on a cold gray stone. Wheretb'e rlvci- made a desolate moan. iiTbesycamore tree stood white- and Ualre/^- O?* Like sheeted ghosts iu the du?kyair. A black clond floated along: the sky, 1 AlAnda Uight'biMi'uttor,d,la dismal cry. 43ftdlysUe thoughts the.innocent time. Wildly she wept for her shsme and crime. Darker and deeper"the shadows grow; He promised to meet her anhonr ago. v' She sat alone, on the eold-gmy stone, And the river flowed with a eodder moan. >'?:-> . She heard 4he liuui of the distant (own. The patter of (lead leaver tailing down. She heard the toad in the long dank grass, ' Bat neverHis tread? alas, alaa! The morning came with Its golden light, To the sycamore tree so bare and white. - The mists that slept on the. rjver> l>rlro - " WenC up like the wings of the cherubim. ' water 1 ilfc? VntfoTdahd fio fair Were tangled with trusses of bright brown haft. . The ...

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 September 1860

? puisTVU) and PUBLISHED BY ,. MPBELL & M'DERMOT, BCU.DU*U9, ?' v. KtW'f "/ GuincJ' and ?Vain S' T E R M S i "lQ ?dTanc"'>- ^?? * vl,.rtWng on re?on?ble terms. ^I"rf"ra",tS&<"n ^adisUncc.oTfrmn tnu?!.nt mm' be P*id '" mlT"tcc :?5fT Insurance. rlnfl insurance Co. of Wheeling, ,)?? at the Wherliug, ?&" So 03 Main St. i noYK NAMBD COM PANT, l*vtnB bun pllf. ABnt J;. ,, .J nuW pntptred to tuko risks 1 fo!ir rale.. Buildings, Mnclilnory. ... 1-- cuBSl,% '." JM-rcl.andi<e, nod ac.inst V"'"*' ^'wthftn.-.^rUtinn <.f Morrhan ,u I.r\ki'<- Canal. and Railroad*. V' "in.nraiico will be promptly *t pr^)iJoiit and Secretary. lei ??>''? public Uwip?tfaU,v solicited. ""CStfll IIENRY K LIST, ;. P. lul-l'J;KX'ry. President. lilRECTOKS, ? ,.r? John L. Hobbs, c. I).; ' Tuot- II.X.13T, cauii^Mta-, ? WuT. .fill afforded to those Who wish to remains open at ribf- "1 , in j2a-y li?- Company ? utnee. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CIIA RI.OTTSVILLK, VA. * UlA AAA Capital... $400,000...

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 September 1860

failg fntdligmn CAMPBELL & X'DEEHOT, khiou u> nwrxiirok& TZUU^?Dult, ddinnd ia tit j. per nek, IS nsv-' ' adtuM tU? te-wnni. Vj mug. iaWmK X.W WimTi^y ?4i??dT? l^uu W H E E L IMG: Friday Horning, Sept. 14,1860. Sepubliean Sally! THH* WIU BK A UTCBUCAS Hm5S 1 k?M?t tbe WaASastan XiUi. ia Sooth Wbeel *ft oa Satwtay rroiot thrtith feet. Cmnsis 1 *"*s? Tnpi? Wide Awake*, mtesr Rfeberv ??*? GWeGlsb, and tie p*bhc gncrafij. are iiritH *? ""of wycM-a The KtpmbUcui of Hmcge k Will bold * prind ra!!r next Wednes day Afternoon at Xtw Cumberland. Tber extend a cordial invitation to the Republi cans of Wheeling to come up. Mr. Ar mor, of Maryland, is engaged to address them. Ho*. A- H. H. Stcart, in his speech at the Athenaeum. to quote from oar own re port, "denounced the whole negro Ques tion ma an abstraction."* To quote from the remarks of one of his own Bell and Everett admirers?a. candid man?"he failed utterly to grapple with the ques tion," though he tried it again and again i...

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 September 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "53 Friday Morning, Sept 14 1860. jvyTut Fa in?Thihd Day.?Yesterday :i beautiful autumnal day?one that could not have been more favorable to the fair. At quite an early hour in the morn i0? jt was everywhere manifest that there would be ft tremendous out pouring of the people. The trains over all the railroads .aaicin crowded, and from a o'clock until twelve anil from five till three the bridges killing '0 the Island were occupied by a moving, irregular line of pi ople, on foot and tehicles. ija tilt grounds everything looked well sini everybody was ill good spirits. The triii WHS in a capital condition, the cur tis-e drive was full of vehicles, the halls were crowded with eager sight-seers, and ii,e Fat Boy, t'te What Is it, the Little l.adv, t!ie Buffalo, the flying Horses, and i Swings were all doing a land ollice busi seiS. In tlie Manufactures ll.ill, Messrs. I. II. Williams k Co., and Sweeney & Co., exhibit specimens of...

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 September 1860

flailgi Jfatrlligftttrr. *T CSAOOET X. COXBJML Scw?a So *?? jedI Sariy Iw anuii IStea k? ttvesiifrtmibMi : It ?dl ?c jd? dTM Bntdi toe roM whOe trier tkwa. MiniketaaBMBxtatt Qrtb>n o'ar thy peodn^ oaom 6^ we* DICK'S ACCO UJN T A2TT AlSUi DISPATCH PATE5T. Jlc Jweaeart Ciaamu at adkwo*e**d&r2 sad /natidcc iff tkc gwi nun nit of *Janadc- t**? tmiimd Siicx. and Great SrtSctim ; ic cZl tsi/am ii meg comssm WHAT I CLAIM AS MT IXTEHXIOX I?- TEi contrivance of keerp ing acscnns* cirmrc? of gmd Qaacriptrasi i>r ?ari*ry. it prinieti fae&. by S*e|nt{ tiie lUMaism of the fcreai ar coent* axauading it primers sypc. or tbaeTetjtrvaivxixa. tbc :?p? bar?Tg ac ar-rmn^W it {orl aa u lAnit of Wat rsadily ??c quickiy iMu^ovtc m aorj imrUcn 1?r part, where an account ma? hs*r m?Bg:jiou? * daate. by tb? kpoe of time at tbe eneen: of bmi bm mwrtiant: so thai, ren^jnsua it all eocn parts up ic any gjt? date, at improjcot then takes from tbf type abut exhibh- is printed linn, tbc true late of ...

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 September 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY NUMBER 331. ,1'iilSTF.D AK1> l>U!Mi>IIKD,<)}V : . CA MPBELL & M'DEREEOT, lsX.BbiaaBKCEH.3BUII.I?IXGS, y. ?? ovrnar if Quiiicy and Hain-&i. T K R M S s Mily.fl)? niAil,payable in advance^-.? ......$5.00 3* ti t* Week * y*t ffi.Wrt!ilT. (per y*c>payable in advanco.) 3,00 AT iilrtrtising *'"nc on reasonable terms. All ?1i erti*mf nts from a distance, or from transient a,\ culUMtn, most be paid in advance. ?INSURAN CE . INSURANCE. iEtim Insurance Co. of Wheeling, Ofice at the &:viu*/s Haul*>/ Whctliug, No 63 Mailt St* promptly at -HKvtte I'rn-Mwit awl Svcr? ?arv. the public is respectfully solicited. a j. iulDUBTII. 1IEXRY K. LIST, Secrftnry. President, DIRECTORS*' C P. TICBB\r.i?. Joux L. ITonua, CiiBiiiux Ilwi, Tjios. II. List, l .. D. Wmt. Opportunity ii iti*I afforded to tlmse wlio wish to jnbscribc. as the subscription Wk reuinins open at the Comyuiy'* office. my25-y HLBEMjidtf INSURANCE CO. ?y chai;lotthviu.k. va. rip...

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 September 1860

gailj) fntelligcnrtf CAMPBELL* iTD E H MOT, T KDITOBS AJCB rurciiTou. TKttMli?DiiLT,jdjiM?j is est jr. per vwk, It oota Bun;>y?<iai " Tu-Wimj, 1 W H EEL I X G: Saturday Morning, Sept-15, I860.' Republican Bally! rpHSEB WILL BE A BtfTBUUS JUBHSti ?_ji Mills, la Sootk Wberi - ^StsnAfrcnoia^tlwlitbiaaL OosnpuicS B ai C, rupsit Wide Anto, 1*1 ilfinaw Robert wmfm Wat Club, a?l tfce pobBc (wnllj, are iarited tO 1 Mptl4-St He. Dorcui Is very'properly denonnc ing tbe spirit of disunion. Tbe Democrats ban so long been obliged to treat tbe southern secessionists tenderly that thty apeak of his rebuke of the disunionists as specially mcritoriixis. It would not seem to require a very high order of patriotism or ?'iituc for a ms to ot that he means to stand by the consiutioa and the Union in opposition to the men who wn>M bis sever oar confederation. But as the Democrmu , jj. Doaglu* recent professions of aoacbmtni to the Union as particularly noteworthy, we befc leave to express the ho...

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 September 1860

ailn ? utelligeucjt ^ Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-?* Saturday Morning, Sept-15, I860. Baptist Meeting. HjjV. MR. COYJSY, of New York, will preach in ?k* 11 til over the Market Houoe, ou Sunday (to MorulngaMUK o'clock. The German Wide Awakes -Itrux MEET at NFOLK'S halt* this VV ??mln(T, I" h?lf pa?t St* o'clock. T Br order of FRED. -N/F..J ULE, Pro^f B. A. WBBdK, Scc'y. j^?TukFaib?Focrtu Dir.?It seems almost like a work of supererogation to make any mention of the doings on the Fair grounds yesterday, for almost every body was there to .<?<?<?. For the benefit, however, of a few old ladies and a small number of feeble old gentlemen whom the rheumatics kept at home, we may any that it was tlie grandest day of the exhibition. If the weather had been furnished for this (lavand for this occasion, exclusively,un der contract, it could not have been better. We don t undertake to estimate the num ber of persons present. We only know that men, women and chi...

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 September 1860

bTj 1??. lAup ua totaling lark, easatrw e5^2ffi?*?:?,???'w rlrrrnrttw faH is jsj free1 ad pet the lamp So mybeax*L IUdtke)nuMt<ci:of?r?ft t a3 i Hylissff wm? we*k in &efi&ea c And hjj eyes a ?iitli in the p?U J never thought that tbe torch of low WooM light ?oc.'i ? i*rinsu?c mrtciw ?At* fnncirrr/ Jlzfrrr. Very Ohltghig. A tradesman was waited upon in bis shop by a superbly-attired female, woom lie politely addressed, and desired to know what conmandf sbc wished to favor him ?with. The lady, after lifting her veiL which bid a Dot unhandsome face, iuthna iad? in a style corresponding with her - dress, thai, hearing: there was a vacancy in the gentleman's service, she desired to be engaged by bim as a housemaid. The gentleman stated that bi? --better half7 was at ber rctidmcc is tat suburbs. The following: dialogue ensued: Servant giri in a uueruioos and disaf fected tone)?-Then yon reside in the country?that would ba so inconvenient.*" Gentleman?*\i?ut then we could remove...

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. — 17 September 1860

^pirTfek VOLUME-8. WHEELING, VA? M(. 2 s? ?2 ?? msm. 1:17, I860. PII1NTKD AND l'UBUSIIK'lJ BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, jH'TELHOESCBR BCILDIKCiS, jV. earner of Quincy and Jtain-SU. TE BMS: Didlr.(l>y wHtpayable In adr?nce>).._...v..:......^0joO gj Die W?k 10 Tri-Wrckly. (por yoar,payable in adrauco,) 3,00' jyAdMrtUingdoneon renaouable terma. All ?dr<rti*niirn(i from a dlrtance, or from transient CI1T ciutomera, muit be paid in advance. :i n s ir-B ---H INSURANCE. jEtna Insnrance Co. of Wheeling, Ojjicr. at the Savings Until- of Whctiiug, No 63 Main St. rpIIK AllOVB NAMED COMPANY, having boen I fiillr onnuiired, U now prepared to tak? ri?ir? Tun aihj? r? .'A.uf.u wit-Am, Having boen fullj- organized, in now prepared to take risks jit |owe<t coiuiatont rates, on Hiiildihgs. Machinery, Furniture. and Stocks of Merchandise, and against ,!i danger*attending the transportation of Merchan dise u'i Him-S Sea*. take*. Canal* and Itnilroods. Ai'idicati-fH for Insurance will lie pro...

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. — 17 September 1860

gailg glntrllig rnrrr CAMPBELL * M'DEBIIOT, iditou m mrttmu. WtMUL-fUn j, iV?n>.< imatj, %** M ya turi.tT ??*.?? ?rnitirn ft, *W lto-Wxau. frj ma&L i* ?inaok, tW V?Em>brufl,ltA?mM, U* WHEELING: Mawflay "Morning, Sept. 17. I860. Km die doK violent fire-eaters of the nswth those wiio tbocgbt tint tie ?omi aation of t Bfpiblicu cu?daie for the jmolnqr, ?r the election of a Bqwblicu Governor in aaj of the Stales. *M almost ? BnScaent ctm for secession, *re (row ing lest nbrsui and store sensible. Th? South Carolinians, who hare alnji most loudly declared their intention of seceding n cue of s Scpsklieu triumph in the national contest, are questioning whether they had better go oat of the Union alone. Would one expect that even in the Charles ten Mercury would be found a communica tion suggesting the expediency of delaying decided action? After showing that it is not rertsin that other States are ready t? Join South Carolina in seceding, the writer ?ays: "Under these circums...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
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