ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Daily Intelligencer Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 6,820 items from Daily Intelligencer, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
6,820 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 October 1860

laiJp ? utclligeiim largest .Circulation of any Paper in Western. Virginia, "ffia Thursday Morning. Oct- 4,1860. West Alexander. rnllEHB Wll.r. BK A OliANU ItALI.Y OF THE I K?P'iblic?nJ of Washington County, Pa, at Wejt ilitin'jcr, uu Sstnrilay afternoon nnil erenlng nert, ?rduiio: * torcli-lulit procession of ths Wheeling, Irnhingl JIMdtatown aiiJ T.vloulouu Wide- f A<*n!nl speaker* from abroad will l,o preient | fir grc-H"1 I'?8 "f "lo campaign is anticipated. | jgy-Tnc Jewish Feast ok Tabeiixacle. JtUK Jsraelistes having concluded their dav3 of rcpcntance?which opens the TC.ar, ami commences with the "Rosli Ho'liana," and ends ".vitli the solemn fast (, Kipor"?are now brought to n ofC cheerful and lts'3 oleum series of "oliJrt.vs called '-Sukas," or Hie feast of tabernacles, which commenced on Tuesday renins, nml continues lor nine days. The r"o first days, from Sunday evening I0 Tuesday evening, and the two last of tilt nine days, are observed l>y a cessation from work, an...

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. — 4 October 1860

1All the Tear liouM O Fairy Lore. Glad *ere tii* children wlwm tl?pir jrl*'*"???;; l?r? Gathered ?feoot ?rto the r iatrr n^kt. lo^uov, with gWimf fawUin verdau: ^Ucw. TVt* are tben kqnag io the Munxnrr light; For tbcyrBBMttber y?t ibe tales weftedd then A Triad tbe hearth. of ftriao fanif ????. Wfcea they conkl-only look out to beb<<ld tfaaa. Quick dtocing earcLvnrd in the feitlteri ?u*rw. Bat now tbe Ttmnr and fre*?b itua^inatinu FinOs trace* of their preeenc* everywhere. And people vitb a new xml l?riciil crwtiuu Tbe dew bine riiunWn rf tb?- wunr air. For them tbe jcate of maur a muitr |akr? Opwtotl^ riaen; bogie of die b?. And every fl?ww-mp ? a geldea chalioe.. Wine-filled. in bouu- grand elfin rerdrr. Qnaint little eye? lrom graapy Deoks are peering:; Each dcrr leaf in rich with magic lone The loam-betR down tbe ringing brooklet steering. Are fairy-freighted to eame happier rturc. Stern theorist*. with wisdom overreaching Tbe aiai of srieduin. in tout precept* cold. And-w...

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. — 5 October 1860

VOLUME 8. , - - ? ' ? - ? . ?' ? ? ?' ' ? ? '!' ' ... - i va,,frn>ky 'moknino, October stiseo; NUMBER 34S. 1'ItlN'TKD AND it/JiLlSIIKD BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, .jXTEMIOEXXEK BUIIDH'OS, y. E. c*rmr of Quince nnd Main-Sis. TEKMS: Difly O'.v mail, payable in ndvanco,). $5,00 |>(f lint \\ fPk ? ? ? 10 l-ri-Wfok!J. (for ye.nr, payable in advance,)......... 3,00 ^5-AJvortWiig ilnne on rooaonablo terms. All adTcrti?enifl?(8 from a distance, or from transient jlty cnstnwfr*, mait bo paid in advance. INSURANCE. JEFFERSON INSURANCE CO. ok scorrsvii.LK, albkmahi.k co., va. icreii Caittii. $150,000 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. in- ciuici.ott.svii.le, va. Ciriwt. 4100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. : $000,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF HAllKISBURO, PA. '???? $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. uf PlIM.ADKr.lMriA, 1>A. C mm ? fooo.ooo f.U/lUlwrBConiiuniion Havingappolntal tho nnder I ,ignf! tlirnr Asent fur Wheeling, and vicinity, ...ul.l requcliWIy Mlirit tile patrona...

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. — 5 October 1860

ffailg gtitcIJigenm' t A M PBEJ.L & M' D E R M 0 T,~ EDIT0KS AKB PROPRIETORS. TJSJtMB.?DiiLT,ddfrerH inrif j. per week, 11 cents Bailx, fcjr naH, in. advance... Tu-Wrair, fcj- malL ia advance- 3,to Wnm,t; Ball, ia advance* 1,00 wifE EL I N G:"~ Friday Morning, Oct. 5,1860. Judge Bates' Letter. We ?will make no apology u> our read ers for the space occupied with Hoo. Ed ward Bates' letter this morning. It needs none. We commend it to the careful pe nsal of erery one, and more especi ally of those who are baiting and un decided?if there /be any such in, our community?as to whether they shonld give their rote to X.incoln or Bell A calm and dispassionate perusal of this document -will, we think, materially aid such in coming to a proper conclu sion. Or* readers are already aware, that the Democrats hare recently become t ery much frightened at the Republican Wide Awake organisations. The Wheeling Union had an article on this subject some days ago, but, so f*r 115 we have learned,...

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. — 5 October 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Westor.i. Virginia. -5? Friday Morning, Oct- 5,1860. WestAlexander. ..I1VRK WILL HE A GRAND ItALI-Y OK THE Ii,?nobllcaiia "f Washington Couutr, I'a, at Woat J" . i. r on Saturday afternoon anil evening next, ^ i?Kn* ft torch-liitlit procc.wlon of tlie Wlioolinp, {r?Mii*>>?.Middlotown and Taylornlown Wide A1S^'|I sprakem from ahruad will tie prownt. Tl -rrAl<"' time I>f 111" campaign is anticipated. . A 1'uicTiuAL Joub.?We announced vesterdiiy morning, on the authority of a telegraphic dispatch from Cincinnati, that >1 Edwards, Jr., of the M'Lure House, in tills city, was thrown from tin omnibus, at Cincinnati, Hud hurt within an inch of his life The dispatch came with the name: ?l n well known citizen, an,', asked that ?n especial omnibus, together with mnt reSies and <|iiilt3 to be sent over to Bridge port when the train arrived containing the jiruised lionifiice. As u responsible name ??sattached to the dispatch, and Mr. Ed war...

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 October 1860

Dices' accountant ..and DISPATCH PATENT. "Tkt Inventor's flniiru as arltwvrfcdgcl andprUectexl by the GoexmmenJs of Canada,, Ike L'niUd Kales, and Groat Britain ; to all icImm ft may cncem. "XTT&*TI CLAIM AS MY INVENTION IS- TIIK iw coutrir?uc? of ktei'ln; ac??*uu?? current, of * Whatever kind, description or variety. iu printed orm. bv keeping tbe statements of the several a?> cvuuta stauding in printer*' type, or their equivalents, the tvi>e being so arranged in form m to admit or being readily ?nd quickly r?*3jurtod iu any parueo i.r part, where as account may have uuaenjme a change, by tlie lapee of time or the corrent of biw 1MB* transaction*: so tint, frben readjusted iu all rech parte up to any gireu date. m linprewu.u then taken from the ty]* shall exhibit. in pruiteil form, tbe trae atate uf ill the account# no kept. acctu^iely T^-entm- mil the baWr^eoud"A?-?* cordauce with the end or ends conteini^wl iu ing tbe record: rendering H. in commercial basines*. a balan...

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 October 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6, 1860. NUMBER 34fl. i?KlNTKl> ANI> PUBLISHED 11V CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IKTKLLIU&KCER Bl'ILDINCS, X. E. corner of Quiney and Alain-Stj. T Bli M 6? : pjlr.(l'7 mail, payable in adrance,). . t5,00 T.j III'1 Week ? 10 Tr[.ff?iHy. (per year.payable in advance,) 3,00 Adrertisiui? dune nn roasonablo terms. All adrerltoements from a distance, or from transient jily ciiumen, mn?t he paid In udrnnce. S SURAN CE. jpFERSOS INSURANCE CO. OF SCOTTSV/r.LE, AMSKMAKI.E CO.,*VA. ArrcAl Capital. ?????? $150,000 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. " of UllARLOTTSVlliLE, VA. C,?,AL, --???? $100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. CiPlTAt $300,000 tainnwealtli Insurance Co, OF IIAURI8BURG, PA. $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OFIMIILADKLPIITA, PA. CiPlTlL * $500,000 rillIK #!?o*?Companies havingappointed tlie uuder I their Agent fnr Wheeling, am! vicinity, trTir.M tho patronago of the public. <ui<] Companies are well known to he ...

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 October 1860

fail! pftlflBj CAMPBELL A M'DERMOT, EOITOKS A*B rHOW-TO**. TKKMJS-? Cult, 4*Ur*?4 in fit y, |*r arxk, I* onu Dailyf bjr nun. In tdvwM, _ 4S//0 Tu-Wczu.*. bjr fiuil, lawtnuiflc,. V*? V?ur,tjr Mit tovlnnn, ? !.<>? _ W HEBhl N' O Saturday Morning, Oct- 6,1860. Th? extract wbicb we publish from Hcdi7 Winter Davif*speech, on the oouide of this BMWDug's paper, will amply repay a careful reading. Bead it, felJow-citixens R?pabllr?MS ! Bcsaber tie ntftiag at Weft t&iii aittraooa, ud tie toiclligfct pro to-aigiit. All ?f jroa *4? eta TB?Vr tost azraz^csBeatc to g-o, trc iij.fd ?duit present- Tbt Wifie Awal-es from "WasbiTitrUir, Oaj-srille. TayJorstcvn. W est KifldUsiown. and from other points, -wTn be there. Kit grandest time cA fbe ctmpiw?-n it anticipated. Tbe curs leave the B cmp fielfl Depot at C o'clock. Be on hand at that time. Tee two Democratic ructions Btii 1 cbarpe each otber with aiding tbe Repoblicans.? Tbe charge is pood nguinst both. The Republican party was forced 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. — 6 October 1860

? Largest Circulation of any Paper in Wester.* Virginia.SA Saturday Morning. Oct- 6, 1860. 77,cnUouCompany B, Virginia Wlda A Awake* I You arc hereby notified to assemble at ^quarters, this afternoon at 4 o'clock precisely, <"<>"/ equipped- By order of '' ' Geo. C. Tkimblb, Capt. jgyLARGK Haul of Countbbfeit Mo xgV_0n Wednesday last, s young man ..jnicd Martin Kcdiuan, employed at the Virginia House, found concealed beneath f lloor of the stable attached to that ho tel a till box containing live hundred dol jjrj jn counterfeit notes on the North Wes ttrn Hank of Virginia, in this city. The notes ??' of the recent counterfeit plate , ith which so-many of our readers are fn niilisr- Uedman was not disposed to be lrtV communicative about his discovery until lie ascertained that the money was counterfeit. IIo then told several persons il ouuhe matter, when one John llcsson, ?i pedler, claimed that the money belonged toliiui: 1)111 Ucdman, thinking that llessou uU|v wauled t? ge...

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 October 1860

KBEEMiSH UA1.I.V! Mn?^Krtnituj Utar." Jlooemt Old Alw thy touwlc ? hear, PcaJio{ tpwtxl O" fur and ui*rf 9 il ttioa nwi'iit the heart. of all . Upoett aoa* of toil. Vu??3Z-r?r Houat Old Ah* Huaert 014 Abe! YrceiturD rallv. Fur Uuwt Old, Ilonest Old Abe! That Hell yon bear ringing around. Hear, O bear iteftvfnl souod. As its p*al- for It lijrowi, A foe to white labor. where Kver-ett goes. Cbokcl?For Ifoaest Old Ab**, 4c. IMHe Dug. tried to make a *how, -^MSfn3$tcr 8omeisi4j'? ?o f?r ' To? bear #t ?panwd aw?y ?*it west, goua of freedom do roar bert. Cbowf?For Uu&Mt Old. Ac. There** disunion in the sfcth. you hoar, Bat folltnr Ihe. there is t?o fear. He is our leader, and well ride through The tide of disunion if we are true, CBflirt.?for Honest Old Abe, Ac. IBwckinridge now hears their flag, ? Sam of freedom dt?-?w*rtag; " For tariff bow And hamwtead, too. Choose Honest Abe a?d Hamlin true. Chok.CS.?For Honest Old Abe. Ac. The XTide Awakes will lead the way, Follow on. we'll gain ...

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 October 1860

VOLpME S. WHEELING, V A INING. .odTOBEK 8. -'-iA : t ? 1860. NllMjER 350. PRINT1ID AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DEKDffOT, ?INTELLIGENCER BUXLDIXGS, jV. K. corner of Quitter/ and Ma in-.Stx. TERM'S: Daily, (by mail, payable In advance,).. $5,00 By the Week - 10 Tri-Wcekly. (per year, payable In advanoe,) ; 3,00 ?3-Advertising done 011 reasonable! terms. All advertisement* from a distance, or from transient city customers, mast be paid in advance. ?INSUS AN C E . JEFFERSON INSURANCE CO. OF SC.mVSYIM.E, Ai,IlEMAItI.E CO., VA. A fTlMtCArlTAI.;..... 50.000 albemahle "insurance CO. OF CHAULOTTSViLLE, YA. Capital* $-100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH* I?A. Capital $.*100,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF ltARRISRUKG, I*A. Capital..- - : $.100,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OK PHILADELPHIA, PA. .....$500,000 rjllIK above Companion havingappointcd tho under | their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, w.mM n solicit the patronage oftlio public, c-ti ir mipanies aro well k nown...

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 October 1860

iiilg K utclligcum' CAMPBELL & M DEEMOT,~ EDITORS AN? PROPRIETORS. TEKMS.?Dili-v, delivers in city, per trwk, 18 cent* Baiit, by mall, in advance $5.00 Tri-Wkmlt, by mail, inadrance^.. 3,00 Wzxxlt, by mail, tnadrance~_ 1,00 W H~K~K L i?g : Monday Morning, Oct. 8,1860. That portion of the American people opposed to the election of Abraham Lin coln to tho Presidency, will be very mncli obliged to the Wheeling Union for enlight ening them as to the proper way of accom plishing :he defeat of that gentlemafr, which it demonstrated, on Saturday morn ing, in a column article, as clear as mud. The l/'niori[with its usual owlish solemnity, says: The people, at the November election, do not vote directly for candidate* for the Presidency, but for electors, whose duty it is to make choice of a President. The force and originality of that propo sition needs only to be comprehended to be admired. If it were not true it would be in keeping with the wisdom and astute ness which characterizes t...

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 October 1860

gittlir fntdliijcum *B- Largest Circulation of any Paper ir Western Virginia. Monday Morning, Oct- 8, 1860. "bell ANDEVERETT! thb ladies AND THE UNION GUARD! alUK UNION GOARD WILL MEET IN THE Athenwnm, on Tuesduy evening next, the 9th inst., for the purpose of receiving a -Sianil of Color*" t" lie presented by the "Bell and Kcereit La dus" of the city or Wheeling. Tho Dress Circle will bo reserved for the Indies and their attendants. The Union Guard will assemble at the Gnaril Room at 7 o'clock. The ceremony of pre sentation will take place ut o'clock. A grand torch light procession of the Onard will take place on Saturday evening, the 13th iust. By order of Committee ef Arrangements oct8 jpgp*Trte Douglas oien hud quite a large and respectable meeting ut the Athenasum on Saturday evening. The assembling was announced by the booming of a baby water, which somebody took the trouble to spike in the afternoon, but which was cleaned out in good time. Wiley U. Oldham was introduced to th...

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 October 1860

fFruin the Cincinnati Commercial.] Kvwport Bell-Douclax Greeting to tlie Llncolnl 1cm. We mlo the land. Your polo shan't stand: Jlnrrnh for Hell! Hurrah fur Douglas! Via inako tl?c laws, Fo hold your jaws Hurrah f?ir Bell! Hurrah for Douglas! You have no right*. You're all poor white*: Hurrah for Hell! Hurrah for Douglas! We fight P)r slaves, And brawl you knaves: Hurrah for Hell! Hurrah for Douglas! Wo c?ve yon groans; We give you stones : Hurrah for Hell T Hurrah for Douglas! We'vo burnt your polo, Your flag we've stole; Hurrah for Boll! Hurrah for DougLv! Mlrtnlglit. Unfathomable night! how dost thou swoop Oror the flooded earth, and darkly hide The mighty city under thy full tide; Slaking a silent palace for old sleep, .Like bin own tepiple under the hush'd deep, Where all the busy day he doth abide. And forth at the late dark outsprcadotb wide His dusky wings, whence the odd waters weep! How peacefully the living millions lie I Lulled unto death beneath his poppy spells; Thero ...

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. — 9 October 1860

VOLUME 8. M' HKHl.tNO, VA.; TI7KSDAT MORNING OCTOBER 9, 1860. NUMBER 351, ^tHNTKB AND PUBLISHED BY JffPBELL & M'DERMOT, ^gUlSBNCEB DDILDING?, y ?. corner of Quincy and Main-SU. TERMS: ay audi, p-ivablo in advnnce,). $5,00 iWttk ?? ??? 10 ^tly,(per year,payablein ailvnnce,) 3,00 .\,Irrrt wing d<me on reasonable terms. ,jr(rtfe?nsn?s from a distance, or from transient alomen, most be paid in advance. 1NSPHANCE. feksiW iMjuaivce co! r SCilTTiVILLK, AI.BEMAllLE CO, VA. ^CiPiTAl ...?.......$150,000 emarle Insurance co. OF CJIA RLOTTSV1LLE, VA. I ... $400,000 msylvaiiia Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGIf, PA. $300,000 iwealth Insurance Co. OF llAKRISBUltG, PA. .j~?. $300,000 fcer City Insurance Co. OK lMIlLADBM-inA, PA. - - $500,000 ,S.? Companies having appointed the nnder tiii'ir Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, UfKtfully solicit the patronage of tlio public, spniecire well known to ha first class offices promptly a^asted. N'.C. ARTlrUIt, Agt. Office overthe Bank of Wheeling. iranec C...

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. — 9 October 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEaMOT~ ?BtTOmS AND PROPRIETORS. T??ua lliiLT. ddlTind In city, per 1# caiti HULT, by mail, in advance ? : IM-wnKLV, by m?n, inadraaca, *!<*> Woni.tj man. inaaTance. n WHEELING: Tuesday Horning, Oct. 9, 1860. RcpabllcM T^keti. We shall commence thU week, printing O^r electoral Republican ticket* for all paru of the State, and by the first of next week they will be ready for mailing to all the counties where they may be wanted. Price, t>r the hnndred, 50?ts. Price, by the thousand,$3.50. Send in your orders at once. To-dat elections take place in the States 0.f Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Minnesota. We expect to be able through onr telegraphic columns to inform our readers to-morrow morning as to the re sult in the two first, if not the three first named States. In Pennsylvania, so great is the interest felt, that the most expedi tions and extended arrangements for early returns have been made. We will have the result in Philadelphia and the large...

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. — 9 October 1860

I *. Largest Circulation of any Paper in I Wofitor.v Virginia. "S? Tuesday Morning, Oct 9, 1860." ~ pyALLOffiNG Gaming.?Adam Buch, 0( fist Wheeling, was fined five dollars ! ,nj costs yesterday, before Alderman ] putty, under the city ordinance, which 1 prohibits the playing of games on the Sabbath. j'jtySEXT Ur.?An Irish gentleman by tbeiiimieof Joshua Miller, was found, on Sunday last, kicking up liis heels and 'moping and yarring, through the streets in * very undignified and insvne manner He was arrested by officer St. Meyers and sent tojuil bjr Aid. Wright. (gj-THK "rally" of the Breckinridge Democracy, which has been advertised in I the I'M" for some days took place at the First Ward Hose house last night; A Douglas mail informs us that there were ju.las many persons present, by actual tonot, as there are weeks in a year. Mr Pendleton spoke. ?S"The Wide Awake Demonstration at Martinsville, on Saturday night last, was a perfect success. At 7 o'clock they (the ' Wide Awakes) mar...

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. — 9 October 1860

FUf ?f tke Rratve* ??pnUk?x, Ol arariess 1M to the dtoot, ?wim Irotn cadi *?H?y and nranntUB, %c &ftlmr tbrirxmike for the war; That about is the watch-word uf frrcmcn, Thelr'banner is bosne by the brare; Ob iU fuide beliuld LiiiaAo and Hamlin, The Union?they're able to ?w. Hwtn then, for linoain and HontHn. Let tbe banner of Liberty ware; With lincofa and Hamlin, oar bosoms *ill beat to tbe ror.rcn uf tbv brave. Cornell rtb and come"South altogether, If shoulder to shoulder we stand, The Ttog of our country forever imi ware O'er oor prosperous land; Ko foreign ap^Mdon can fciglfi m, Our oalore still proudly shall wave, "With Ltncdln and Hamlin to lead nc. ' *We*l] stand by tbe fiag of tbe Brave. BbwA; then, etc. A war. then. ye carper* and croakers, A wsj wrtb your snarling and spite; ^be bright sot* of freedom ieriMBg, Illumining politica} night. la tbe ifest see Its radiance gioermg And gilding tbe eartb wttb it*- rays; ?ee &ladwod and l^norurc firinj: Ukr owls from its g...

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 October 1860

i < sl&fl lo VOLUME 8. WHEELINGv^iXj|^gBJ^ MORNING, OCTOBER 10. I860 NUMBER 352; ' l'kintki) .and rtniiKiMD dV. ?. t , . A BTPBELL & m'KERMOT, ^VTEI^iCESreBK. B?WDIWOS, V T. txrnrr of Qiilncy and itain-SU. T ERMSi^ ,i,r mail, payable in advance).? $5,00 J*ffws...?? ' : ? 10 .lOeUly. (Pcr y*r' pnyahl?1" ""Ivnnce,) 3,00 ?g.Mrertisingd"n8 on reasonable terms. ,v,.r(i?,m?ntii from ?distance, or from transient .?y ^on-f. m--"t bo paid in advance. ?I N S U BANC B-. iHjr vxce co. -r iTTSVri.LK, ALBKMARWJ CO., VA. U1EIIAIU INSURANCE CO. ok oiiaulott:$villt5, va; $(00,000 ClHtttv? ppnnsvlvania Insurance Co. 1 * 0K PITTSBURGH, PA. $300,000 firm" Cwaiianwealth Insurance Co, OK HARRISBUKG, PA. $300,000 maker City Insurance Co. * OF 1*111L ADKL15HIA, VA. ?500'000 tints *Iuve Companies bavingappointcd the under their Apent for Wheeling, And vicinity, u'.IfWctfolly wltcil the patronage oftbo public. * i'p mnanies Are well known to bo first class offices. ;SSi.p.-ol?ptl.v.uljurtca. N.O. ...

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 October 1860

fails gaitllif esm CAXP2ELL & M'DEEMOT, ygp.lff.?Dacj, delivered is catj. per twL 10 carte : ?A, ill +&TMXKX: $?uliO ?ly j W HEELING: , Oet 10. I860. Tt daS ounmteDce tiiiE -woefc. printing huha] Btjrab&can &keii jar <31 .j parts *S"fhe State, and by the first of nert ! ?we?i tiwy wtD be ready for mulling to all j Tbe counties nbcie tbrr d?t be wanted.? :j Prior. ?f the hundred, r?0ct&- Price, i* i the thousand,$?-50. Send in tout orders at once. The excitement aiiDtn the FcnnFylnHniR Election was all the rage here in Wheel ing, ?esterdin-. So other States, nor scarcely any other thing were talked about. Men who had bets and men who were mor ally and pecuniarily opposed to betting, stood in juntas at the doors of the henry business houses on main Street, between Quincv and JlonToe. and gassed and Te gaased. and gassed afresh and speculated immensely as to what QBrtin's majority and what Foster's majority would be. Once and awhile a man might be seen rushing al...

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