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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 17 September 1860

Jtailg guteUigeum ?a. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-?6 ^Monday Morning, Sept-17,1860. " Republican Demonstiiatiom in Riiciiistown on Saturday Night.?There was a splendid Wide Awake procession tnj demonstration in Ritchietown on Sat urdv n'S111! at the Washington Mills. The tlircc Companies, with two of their transparencies and a band of music, we're 0,it in I"11 rcg"l'ili and as they passed along d?wn tllu streets of Centre Wbeel inir and Ritcliietowu were saluted and ?eIed with illorainations, cheers, waving of handkerchief* and every evidence of a popular ovation. Several of tbe residences along the line were billiaatly illuminated with vari-col ored lig|lls. especially those of J. SI aud je3Se Wheat. Many of the houses on La Belle Avenue were lit from cellar to gnr rett, uixl lr,mle !l 11,051 '"'losing "lid at tractive display. As the procession ?a?seil many of these residences, they Lve thcin three hearty rounds,, which were responded to from the windowg ...

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. — 17 September 1860

gailo Ifnfenigcttctt. LOVE'S DECAY. Itftdadfnn me&?13? tbe wave Bccediag Iron the abort; Add like the wtre, It Kwept ainj AS Joy and hope, tint vwyibj, Traecd oo life s ?mk befure X?r hop* may Mourn oo tube's dull shore? Bat thcte mj Idnom th, in vi?-nmrrT Xjr Dfs is like that sandly ahore? Morotoaoro and gray, lad every mack kjpe'e finger snakes The mare doth wash away? 8UH Hcber rails misfortune"s wares, la their relentless plar, Hope's last and de?pe*l mark is swept By ocean fide away. An inspiring sight for a glazier?The early dawn wben it breaks through the windows. A ltd/ expressed alarm at being kissed by her husband, lest some one should see them aod conclude that they were not married. DICK'S ACCOUNTA1STT AJST> DISPATCH PATOTT. The Inventor's Claims as adcnotciodged and protected | by the Governments of Canada, Vu United States, and Great Britain; to aU wkoa it maj concern. "MTHAT I CLAIM AS MT IXVBXTIOX IS. THE If contrivance of keeping aecuonts current. of whaterer...

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. — 18 September 1860

mmrnmmtimi J| lii lan m?m( 0 v/ni tftltfM aa?| "jo Ju?. ,9aFdJrrtfitf*ar Hi: ?j,;-*? ?khs 3K'ifn , ?')*?') {I'JjO.l tib(8 *?in5T .T8 :sn;r. (n/ ;; a/#. 3i jtM '; l/>.?rlLl '.'r."l' ' Sill fjf >?tM0 :?4? < jii i??t.-: u?J .'?utfcio') *lfl .. V- L ' ? " ? ?? ?-'" Y-'-?* ??? ???? ??''?? ? ' ??' i T".. j i icTi'Sh'fci'-a; A:'.; " Si ? - - ; ??. ' ?? ~'?>*??l' . ? I- ?'yv: fVOLUME;8..- .. 1?.U ?S??8IHK Oitt W !? ,:6 7,' J~. ' \ CAMPBELL&M'DERMOT, f L.VTBI.PTgaWMB? BJDlgDIlVUS, ;}i > T B BMSi ; D^lv.^jnwiU^abl# to ?<??>??j)-f?..?..;....._.$^00 j)f Lin \V?k - .-. .'?J.'..' 10 Jrl-Wteldy, (per year, payable inJ gf AiKertiniug dune on reason All olraHtxm Mils fromadlrtftn ^(j cutomen, m;?t be paid in advance! ? ?I N S U R iA. N OE~ ?V?-t-t . ' '.-I'll I '?['?111 iri. a jfitna Insurance Go. of Wheelingi I Ofiu at the Sttirigi Hani- of Whrr)iuq. I No 03 Main St. THE tltOVK N'AMEK OOMl'AN^ hWh'ife1 been ftllv organitwl. i* wow prepared to take risk* ., ,_Ml r?i,.i?tniit...

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. — 18 September 1860

gxilg j ?a?r CAMPBELL * M'DEB*OT, uxraii in mrumu. TT??I PmiTj 1I1M -ii HeTT-y, |*r weak, M mu is WCCSXX, fcj a?3, iaadvMee, W H E E L I XgT" Tt? d?y lanag. Sept. 18,18S0. tgM?nidt?|Mihriih ?d from tbe Wheeling; Cain* of jaterdij, ifcar Scat (Mft this -manias TMl nacnUe utile jalarez and mgger itish trasb of Hum'1*1) Missouri. tried U> mob Trank Blair, labile speaking there on Saturday night last. Tbe despatches mj that they threw rocks and eggs at him. W?f Ml? ? a Xntlaft. There irlU be a German Republican meeting to-xiigbt at the Wide Awake Headquarters. corner of Qnincy and Mnr ket, in the old Odd Fellows' HalL The German public are especially invited to at tend. There aril] be a Republican meeting at Sew Cumberland. Hnncock connty. to morrow V Wednesday) at 1 o'clock P. 11. There will also be a similar meeting in WellaburE, Brooke county, on Thursday, at the same boar. Xl. Bumu, of the Sew Tork Express, principal Bell and Everett paper in tbe VaaabT, has -linen a letter to tb...

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. — 18 September 1860

[ largest Circulation of any Paper in ^ Western Virginia. Tuesday Morning, Sept- i8, I860. Xne WasIiington County Fair .[.COMMBNCB ON WEDNESDAY, the 19th \V tait and continue three days. The Hemp ... u.itroad will ran an excursion train at 7U "jl-wA U. on the three d*jr?. Fare for the round ?i i The citiaena of Washington County huve !np'. t,r? liberally pitrouiled our Fair, anil m.rrhiats and cititcna of Wheeling ahotild re tiip couipiitneut by derating at least one day to ?!&????? Mr. t _ ?P?!Wt Mr. Corwiu Wot Coining. The friends of Hon. Thos. Corwin, In this city, ftii'l on the otlier si.le of tbe river bi.) partly completed arrangements for holding an immense mass meeting on Wheeling Island, oil Tuesday next, tlie 2Mb day of September. It was thought tint the expenses of the demonstration W0U1J be about three hundred dollars, and j inasmuch as fifteen or twenty thousaud people w?re expected to cross tbe two bridges in order to see and hoar Mr. Cor ?in,* committee was appoin...

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. — 18 September 1860

Fast Toam| Ladies. sstmmKAi Fart young Indict 5oiriie *br or tiowruiB. Up to all that men <U?. aes. I- ever mind h-j* *??-sndaluns. j )*2maaA^?ioui Fart vtmof; bdiec Ftotber* in <?ur U:< ar*? *t?rn, Fa-t yxkftz Udwc Skiru bildml nj> on spreading frwne, fallicpals m brkfata* flantr. bandy tfltf>-beeb<d ImK jrr^rUini Fast young Udie>. Riding haliit* are the go, Fast T,njMj Udiw. Fast ynon? Ja-Dw; Vbcrc we i*Ka !?-*? On t ? tb?n? of -*tbai "ere *0*."' Which, an jrt. we do not ciw, 1ms: young Udit*. _ ^ There we ecan. u bold as Iw, Fast younp b4?? Other partie* a* they para. Fart tuou^ bull WE Parti** whom oar parents ilow Ml iu> we ought nut to ko w. ?b<?uldu't we. indeed: Wbyso, U IfatyoMg Wl.~> -f - - On the turf we sbow our {ace, Fast young ladies: Know the odds of ewry race, Fast young iadiec . Talk, as +i*.rpp* tofknlfc r/ Kettiug static?we rew BrJTs Zifc, That's the fcickr-t for a wife. Fact young ladiee! We are ik4 U l?* booked in, 1 Fact yo?njc iad...

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. — 19 September 1860

saorxajf anoaiua ^ ( .<* ini'AiijLi? ? ,aai?ii>Si|Mtfi rtlo i:gx ?;'*>' y>^! Ofc-.t-vijlta.'v jy^uf> luZucu '^T?-rlrtir ? - .iioSrMl",!, ^0^ amv;OA * I* ^?J mjgB ! r , >J B " y' ' ? ; :. t?J ?. '' /. .'.liJi; 1. Uiit t^.*>fittc Lsii-alrr*"**!* mtJME 8. ^ : 186Q^ ;;^TO1BEK:^4. inT*AN"i TCT? W; i /; tjAJttPBELL & M'DESMOT, , N T B t.Ii ICpjrC-3E?^BTI ljgpig ? S, 1 if. JC-atrucr ^ <^ut'rtci/a?d Slaui-SU, ' ? j < j TERMS: "/i \\CvU}t(i-'r>'f?r-r>a)'',blch' a,lv,"H>'') on IWjiobdjje term.. j?AS?? '?-><" rir.ni * .liktim*. or from t nmalent Jcvm** *?? ?"? p"" ln aJ""c* '?I N S U S A N C E INSURANCE. r,na insurance Co. of Wheeling; mix tt( 0". *>?* "?>' UJP No <53 Mailt St. xn.w? -KA'MK? HSJM PAKY: h?cHjfc> -been Tn n . ^*nir^l. i* U?VY prepared to take risks 1 ftH> Urn. on Buildings.Machinery. *i .' ct4>cUh of Merchandise. aud againbt ra:tt?'?ure* t *|j,wr theXraimportation of Merclian <W?>* ?...! Bnilroa-V. ^"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. — 19 September 1860

CAMPBELL * li'DEKllOTV BOITOU iSD nORBTOU. , TXBJ1&?Duu, daltrmd In city, per w?k, 10 Msta Buu, by ??f1, is tdnaa, 43,00 DB-Vani, by mail, ia adraoea, *M> Tantftr wiil, i?inw^_ 1|00 W HEELXN Gr; Wednesday Morning, Sept 19,1860. Osk of oar neighboring Pennsylvania ex cbugct takes "the ground that the Demo cratic party?the part of H represented by Mr. Buchanan?isjastas reliable and sound on tlu tariff question at the Republican party. Is it possible that the people of Pennsjrlrania can be again imposed on by the deception, uncommonly etooid in the beginning and rery stale now, that the Democratic party is in faror of a tariff?? In 1844 Pennsylvania was carried for Polk nnder the banner of "Polk, Dallas and the tariff of 1842," and by the monstrous assertion, everywhere paraded in their pa pers that Polk was a better tariff man than Clay. The tariff of 1842 was destroyed, and the tariff of 1846 was enacted by the influence of Polk and the casting rote of Dallas. In 1866 it was c...

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. — 19 September 1860

ijilg |?tfni0CBCf J! r.reest Circulation of any Paper in ?9- Weatern Virginia. -? ^nesiay Morning, Sept-19,1860. irneWasliington County Fair I,. I COMMENCK OX WJJDNKSpAY tho 19th W h.it wiJ continue tune .lay*. Th. llemp W will run *n excumlon train nt ,>A S'M , | T?" tlie three <l?y?. Kare for tli? round uVI** f citizens ofWiuliliigtui.County har? triii- liberally patmnlred our Fair, ami be?t"fcrc ?w J cU!lrail of Wlieeliug diould re ysSfe; "> devot""t "l (Lc w'*sliiugt4?n r?*r. ^ ^ ^ ggpTHK Hb*bkw ^ bar. The He -7~Nett. Yenrjor festival, of which we b" ke vesterdny morning, commenced at "Idown 0" Sl""la>' evening ,l"'1 wi" *', elude to-day with the feast of Gedal Jiooday, according to the Hebrew Under is the East day of Fislyi, or tbc wiunia'gofthe year. Service is per med in the synagogues for the two days L constitute the festival. All persons f (Ue llchrew faith strictly abstain from labordonngits continuance, and propi . pr.ivers are offered up durinjr' that ^ for ...

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. — 19 September 1860

ff??-??? *m 1> B*S Sff toKHOt-CK XTHILE ETJlJ.DE* WJTBIS 2 *XET Of kim * A TCCBIX OS JBJS SVW i TEES. JLIi baic' ibou aniuitt? you are ? tboneaud poutKl^- aud w?r ^urt ? wa' - fiupumliunti. thou lrciiHnyiufc hoiou in4?it J wander how life yuu ?a? W,"? Wo? Utfle. t.tf ?uur nwtbw uuld uojioc Vuow. Thar ?oo'?e pnfcK. wlaae l "Tbilik. and Jihai; Or if vut* taJlior would tekopniw We nt?i?nf A liie kftC-Vina ?iHWitllir quvKinipid. I-wimdfflr^rmmrwwo-uwcl' in ta*"-* *ifytmgratk-it in a mrnitb f*-*o. 1 avoaettai ^on -una ^tmnp ttnt i: ?iuni en> Ton akm -milk Imt all thr -?.rrmeBim cold ?ol Itno yurrlirtlt mmunnlt j?t to ?er Sowing ymlr PE .Aalftunward* -tha m dont fad yu tin mats, fc irn A nick ,1r. "With -prAtar* ?" occaeimi -pnnkm ur arjmMH Joallprubabtlrry yn Uou^TWTurtm.ny Bktu ilmn - small Salt: fiff If ?0<b<L Y?3?*irak<! down fcneon andawtteh ynre loir } A null anmutL * hook. A "fe. iron OTUT r.MrfReB.-thon nrttl w*t?. O.-wtm! nl.jr tif mittccTir. -rude maft. i BaMiiuwr...

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. — 20 September 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, . KfilTKMBHR -20. !8(>U. " l-lil.NTKli AND PUBLISHED DY ' . - i | CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, jsTKtWGBKCBn BL'ItDIScs, X E. corner qf Qiiincy and Jfain-SU. TERMS: D?ily. (by null. payable In advanco,).-..... ,,...$5,00 Br tlte Week - 10 Tji.W'?-fcly-(!,cr.vear*PHyab,ftIn "dvunce,) 3,00 jft- A.ivertWtig done on reasonable terms, ^jl ajrertia-ui jut* from a distance, or from transient citr customers, miwt be paid in adrance. ;INSUBANCE. INSURANCE. fltna Insurance Co; of Wheeling, j Office at the Strings llonl- of WltetUxtg. No 03 Mai 11 St* TgS ABOVE NAMED COMPANY, having buen fa'.Jv or^nnixeil, is now prepared to tako rinks jow^t consistent rate*. on Buildings, Machinery. Furniture. and Stocks of Merchandise, and against III.iincer#attending: tin- transportation of Merchan 'vonWiTcrs.Seas. Lnktw. Canal* and Railroads. Applications for Insurance will he promptly at liv the President and Secretary. Tbc patrnanjeof thepublic is respectfully sol lei tod. g.'p. IlILOlt...

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. — 20 September 1860

aiig gutclligriurt j CAMPBELL * M'DEBMOT, KDiToas in monnrroxs. TXBJtS.?Diiu, dtiivwad is at J, jwr w*A, ID ataSM Purv. by ndLifi kdniM Tu-Wzekxx. fcj mril i&ainaM W? Wisu,b> m?B. iaadnmce W H E E L I X G : Thnnday Morning, Sept. 80,1860. It was said wbrn Mr. Lincoln *u nom tbftt, wh3l? b? would command the i tcartf support of the Sorth ui West, and, in general, of all wbo bad heretofore acted with the Republican party, bis name would alM be received with great favor in the Middle States, and by a large class wbo bad never before identified them selves with his party. The result shows . that the prediction was trne. Nowhere, not even in Illinois and Maine, have more successful, significant and enthusiastic Lincoln meetings been held than in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. In Delaware, too, there bare been demonstrations which indicate most clearly that the Chicago nominee and the principles which be cherishes and represents bare taken deep hold on the affections of that State. 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. — 20 September 1860

fj, Largest Circulation of any Paper m Western Virginia. "ISCi Thursday Morning, Sept- 20,1860. On Tuesday evening a! o it 5 o'clock, the establishment of Mr. John Jones, on Fulton street, known as the "Tar Factory," but more properly the place where he prepared his paper and boiled his tar for composition roofing, caught fire Slid in a very short time the building and Its contents were consumed: a considera ble quantity of tar and rosin, besides pa per, and the machinery for preparing the paper were all burned up. At the time the roof of the building fell in, considera ble excitement and alarm was felt by those residing in the neighborhood of the fire, aid had the wind been blowing a westerly direction at the time, nothing could have saved some of the dwelling houses near by, as it was a large volume of fiery smoke and fire brands were carried over two of ibebuildings, and liadits desceut been but a second sooner it would undoubtedly have set fire to the building, and in a part 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. — 20 September 1860

jjfflttj gntelligrucct Liac? by * Hother in Lcr &ob'( JBJLJble lienwajiber. lore. ? bo gave the* this. 1?^*? *' come: wbw thJ ?au-ii?j Li* *iUiOpfl la her umv hoiae JLnrBMnliu t vu a xmither g*t; Ti?e gift lo Jilt abe'd die lo *ar<?. That mother ?ought a pledge of |o*e. Th? h?U?c, forb?-r ?on. And from the gift of G.*l above ?? . c**?^a "**?* ftbe cIkmc for brr bo*. The motc* of light and life and Jur. And hade him keep the gift that when The parting hour should ctue. Tuey might hav? ho)w to meet onib In her #*u*ru;il bou*e: She eaid his faith in th it should he Sweet mcexue t? hrr n>eourv. And should the cvfffr in his j>ride Laugh that fond gift to seuru. And bid hia cast thitigift aside. That he from youth had borne. She bade him pau&e and ask hi* breast If he or t?he had loved him best. A parent's Weeing on her son <5o?e witlj ti?i? tliiu? The love that would retain the one. Mu?t to the other cling: Kemcmber. 'tis no idle tov. A MUTUZE tt cnt?gestiiKri, bOYl D...

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. — 21 September 1860

NUMBER MORNING, SEPTEMBER .-21, 1860 VOLUME S WHEELING; PA/1 33G. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ,XTELHOEJICEK BV1LDISCS, jV. K. earner of Quincy and Jfain-Sts. T IS Xfc M S : Daily* (py mail, payable in adviuiro,)... ....$5,00 By the Week ....... 30 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable In advance,) 3,00 ?$-? Advertising done on reasonable terras. All advertise* snta from a distance, or from transient I dtr customers, mast be paid in advance. ' ;INSURANC?E. Insurance. jEtna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, OJice at the Savings Dank of Wlteeliuff, No 03 Mailt St* The ABOVE NAMED COMPANY, baring been fully organised, is now prepared to take risks at lovrest coiisistent rates, on Buildings, Machinery. I'uruiture. ami Stocks of Merchandise, and against all dinars attending the transportation of Merchan dise on Hirers, Seas. Lakes. Canals and Railroads. \pplicuti for Insurance will !?? promptly at-1 irn 'el to by the President and Secretary. The patronage of the public is respectf...

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. — 21 September 1860

CAMPBELL * M'DEEKOT; EDITOBa ASB ru>FKIETOBB. TKRM3.?Diilt, delivered In eiljr, per mk, 10 oenU ' DiHT. by mil in tdnooe. JUM ^?Wtmi,b7iuiL fai^Taan tjbO W H E E M X G Friday Morning, Sept 21,1860. Thk New York Breckinridge Committee published their address in fall, ns was ?jtromised in onr 3c<p<{chu, in the Xew York papers. The main points*of it were veil indicated in the despatch Among other assertions, they say, with ? sharp ? eye to the future: "The Douglas organization, in rejecting the only means by which the State could be prevented from Toting for Lincoln, hare reduced the practical question between Democrats of Xew York in the coming election to one of future Organizations only. In determining npon'which of the two Democratic candidates tbey will tup. port, it is necessary for them to decide now upon the principles they are prepared to abide by hereafter. Will national Dem ocrats follow Mr. Douglas, separate them selves politically from the Democratic party of the ...

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. — 21 September 1860

Kiljr futcllig cum m T: I TjLrKest Circulation of any Paper in i ^ Western Virginia.~0 Morning, Sept- 21, I860. - SCIC,0E .N TUB Cabs ok ?ie Bal E i Ohio R. B.?On Monday night ,r|,cn the express coming west, over the i 0 B- B- stopped at Martinsburg, Con dor Bryson attempted to arouse a lady 'wenger who hod breu sleeping nil the ^ from Knltimorc, when he was sur *".eil l0 find her stiff and cold in the cm r'jce of death. She was taken from the "I(after nil attempts to restore her to fe'l,?d failed) and returned to Baltimore, .\,tres# investigation discovered that the of the deceased was Fanny Byrne, tife ?f vr. 11. llyrne, a pas fitter of that ? C Tlic deceased and her husband had ,'';j ,erv unhappily together for some ?3C h?.i ou Saturday last lie left her.? Previous to the sepcration Byrne wrote his ,ife a letter (which was found on her ,rsouJ breathing the deepest devotion '.J love, and regretting the step lie con lercd hiuiself compelled to take. The iter contained $20 in money ...

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. — 21 September 1860

[Written (or tho IntelUgeuccr.J LAFON. 'Tis-welj to hear at times, The distant muffled chimes . Of death's unceasing Imlls; And though our life compels Us to be gay aud bright. We must look ou the night. Aud think bow we will meet The cold and dreaded sleet Without tlie airy door. Tliat guards life's alipp'ry floor. Maylmp you'll come some day, And find her far away From all she lored on earth; And by the silent hearth You'll irft you down in pain, Unable to restrain The tears that flood your eyen, Or chuck the memories That float before your brain, And call to Hope in vain. Your lips will speak no wonl, Though Id your side the sword Of biting grierwiU pierce, An if'twere held by fierce . -And cruel hands the while, ? Ah! then you will not smile, But prosa your aching heart Until it burst apart And bathe your woe and pain In floods or tearful rain. She may be gone, indeed,? Gone where no earthly creed. Of false and flitting love Can ever live to prove That mauliuess and iSutli Are 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. — 22 September 1860

OH?G% JJJiOKMB cla S\! ,^1. a VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., SATUEM^^^pflNfG( SEPTEMBER 22, 1860. NUMBER 337 _ pjUNTKP AXDI'UHLISHED BY fAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iSTELI-IOBNCE^ nuiLDIKGS, .V. ???T of Quinci/ and .Vain-SU. TKBMS: ,'br mail, parable in ndrauro,).-.. J5.00 1ft If ,i:. ir?ek - - ^Wrti!j.(pfry?r. W"ble in advance^.,. 3,00 ^ j.lrtrtUiug dene on reasonable terms. ? ^j^rtiKa-ntufromadistano, orfrora transient ?riom?n, ?wt bo 1*M '?> = >, ;INSURANCE. insurance. na Insurance Co. of Wheeling, (fin at the Xiringt Bunk nf \netliug, Kn C3 Main St. TqlABSVB SAMEU OOVI-aVY. having been Mnintaniied, ia nuw prepared to fako riska I'^ cm.Ment ratw. on Ruiiding*. Maehinerv, ; ,nd Sucks of Mrrcliindlae, and against .I the transportation of Merchan ,-ji'vi'ttTf, Sen. Lakfei. Canal* and nailfaVads. i?'ic?tiT.? f?r Insurance will be promptly at ,,u'(o |,v the President and Secretary. jjjjrtlr.Iuajeof tlio public is rispiiotfilll v aolicitod. /p uiuiKETII. II K.N RV K. 1.1 ST, " ' S?T?tary. ...

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. — 22 September 1860

i? nitlliqtutt t CAMPBELL * M'DESVOT, TK&M1?Bailt, d?dir?r^d It ch*. par ?rwL 10 oenta Pliu. br ZTXjJU in fcdtwict: fei* Tk-"W RUI, bj mtal, in ud vam?^ S,?0 W H E E L I N G: Saturday Morning, Sept- 22,1860. REPUBLICAN MEETING! rpwtct WI1X BE A BEPrEUCiX MKETT*G X *t mtST LIBERTY, Ofak. Conntr. V*_ oaSATCKItAE, Sept. ant. ?? 1 1*. JL iept?: Ora friend. 'White, still keeps the Vir ginia House up at Wcllsburjr. Every body stops, with him?Lincoln tarn. Bell men, and nil kinds of Dcmccrais. The reason is, be knows bow 'Ho keep a ho Ws saw a horse sold up a Lagrange, yesterday, to be paid for when Lincoln is elected. The gentleman who sold him says he has more stock to bell on tbe same terms. He regards a sale of this kind simply as j'nio? a sixty day credit. Two of the best and most enthusiastic Republican meetings ever lield ia the Panhandle, were beld at Xew Cumberland and Wellaburg oa Wednesday nod Thurs day last. There was a large and attentive turn oat in both places, and the u...

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