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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 22 October 1860

.^cTnmeetings, rTron Marshall County, on wed. lClB1 ' tbo 24th inst., ftt the [, afternoon, luu fellow citizens, to these meet Lto?r' "^Mlcau Tickets. | Jl'Uence this week, printing I 1 Republican tickets for nil r',tCl! swte nnd by the first of next Vrjlm be ready for mailing to nil ^iTleretbeyrcnybewnnted. f? tte^reJ, 50cts. Price b, I i -3o. Send in your orders |aonidfl"jv" "rr^i of married people are .. ..uUe common of late. We have ? ifj no less two cases within uq days, which occurred in this >r?nd*enow have another to men ' Ob SiWrisy afternoon a man named , !rom somewhere west of the LrivM with a Mrs" Forbe3' 01 'locality. They cameto town in ,B(i popped at a house on Water '? XstbeJ were about embarking on ?*raer liberty for Moundsville, tbej Lrpriied by the appearance of Mr. 1 on horse back, who, instead oi ?terrible row as one would have jtJ, merely asked permission to ex ^ii wife's trunk, which he did?and iding what he expected, bade the , jjectionate good-bye and lef...

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. — 22 October 1860

i BOKO pP THE XISSTKEL. BT J. H. M'lACGHTOK. Ahl wbo Kfil^BSBDd nad my mp A hundred jaan to cosatf Tint ocho* smlus from oflwr ton|oea Win gladden then thli borne? "What Una* child Win gently lit Upon its parrot'* knee, iltllmlwUMtg dumber mtb my )?nr lollabjr I I ymxti Ah: vbocanuOl Wha? aooga will then b* snog! Bball thaw nft lay* X loreao w?Jl How met twoold be far bard to know, Some rentleTDkee.ewret sad low, . Wouldains litf n?lodio,' tFbes I benpib tbediulM deep, And these cold lips Are wwt* mm other CnRfrn tbeo win rweep Tbecbordtofmy devlaKt Vbev icaUared lite roae-lfwee la Jno? Look, long the ?tring* hare lajn, WbU ktaxBy Usui will thea attune My gentle lute again! ?" ' 1 ? ? - ? - A midship*ak asked & priest to tell him tbe difference between him and a jackass. The priest gave it up. "One wears a cross on bis back, and tbe otber on his breast," said the midshipman. "Now," said tbe priest, "tell me the difference between a midshipman and a jackass."1 Tbe mid-,{ sbipman ...

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. — 23 October 1860

VOLUME 9 WHEELING, VA? TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER '23. 1S60 NUMBER 50 I'JUVIKD AM) eUHI.ISIIKD IiY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ;l.\Tm.?IGESCEll BCILDIXGS, jV. E.cnrnn- of Quincy anil Main-Stt. TERMS: D?ilr.(liy mall, payable iu ndvnncr.,)... $5,00 Bv tiit* fftk 10 tri-VM*k!y,(|>er year, payable In lulvnnco,) S,00 4yAilvortlsinsiI"nc on reasonable lermn. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient cilv customers, mnsl be paid In advance. ?INSURANCE. JEFFEKSOX INSURANCE ?0. of sc.yrrsvii.r.B, amiksiaule co, va. ACTlAt CAWlit $150,000 albemarle Insurance co. OK Cll.VltLOTrSVlLI.E, VA. CirlTAL, - ?400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK PITTS 1IU KG If, PA. Capital $300,000 | Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF IIARRISBURO, PA. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OK PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital $500,000 rnHE above Companies havingappointed the under ? signed their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, wanld respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. S.iM Companies are well known ...

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. — 23 October 1860

iaiig gfitieUtgtttm CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AXR PBOPKfKTORS. TERMS.?Daily, deliver*-! in city. j>or week, 10 cent* Daily, by mail, in advance- $o.O0 Tw-Wiekly, hy mail, iu :t<lvance.. 3.00 Wuklt, by mail, in advance, .... 1,00 W HEEL I X O: Tuesday Morning, Oct. 23,1860. Postponement. The Republican meeting nnaounced for this evening at the Court House, is post poned until Thursday night. To the Hon. Roger A. Pryor. The Wheeling Cnion, of yesterday, re published from the columns of the Louis ville Courier, a number of questions, pre teudedly addressed to the Hon. John Bell. The tone of the article indicates that it was the design of both the writer and the republishtr to show that Mr. Bell would not dare to answer the questions, especially affirmatively, and that he was not, there fore, a fit man to be voted for in the South. Some of those questions are as follows : Are you in favor of the extension of Blavery into any of the common territories now belonging to the Un...

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. — 23 October 1860

L&rgost Circulation of any Paper in Westers Virginia. Tuesday Morning, Oct 23. I860; Itrpulilienn Ticket*. u> s)li,|| commence this week, printing electoral Republican tickets for nil "arts of tl>e State, and by the first of next '''fk i!ioy will ?>? rcaJ>' ,or mailing to nil the eouiitics where they may l.e wanted.? ^.,.e oy the hundred, 50cts. Price, by ,j"' ihoiisan.l,$2.50. Send in your orders pyTKK Circuit Court was engaged yes i ?? ;n the transaction of civil business tew 1 , ?n public importance. gj^THK ni 1 ittons xoice of the Virginia i Roger A. Pryor, was not heard at vtliencum last evening. We learn . t|e failed to make a railroad connec i ,;ll0 ?nJ aid not arrive in the city yester | y I.a>t night bills were posted an lionncing that Mr. Pryor would speak this I eveuing. ? _____ gg-tuc Ukpcblican Glee Club com I pliniented ns with a serenade laet eve uiop, sincins some capital campaign ..yd,=, accompanied by first rate instru mental nwsic. The club sang...

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. — 23 October 1860

jjailj) jjniflligcnter. LOVE I THEE. r BY M?5. A. F. LAW. Better than ^rith gwli of paatfon We I thee! Fit far timeeofjoy ?ud ^m?w *h?U! tki? \wiug he: SmSingroo thee whw the TOnlight gild*thy brow. And Btatl firmer growing with the la]~>*e uf time. I trow. Lore like tl>U, which kuuw? xtj ha<?e. Never runneth into trute. Nat the spell of beamr ??d1t fills tuj heart. Thinking of thee, tiii emotkm bids the tear-drops start: lis because 1 feel i!m? urt l?eyand compare Radiantly thy virtues KjurkU?constant, pure, and rare. These my ardeut Sov* to gnitr. Lore a* l?oundlo* as th<- main! Truthful is the troth I plight tbee. lure of mint;! Strong, and dingiug as when iry round the oak doth twine. OrnleJe* art tlion. and the winning charms have thrown. Round dm- a ?pell of dnrai.ee, to make thee all mine own. Karth'? I**st jn.w I find in thee; From love's chains I'd ne'er bo reel The Story of Ambition. "When Jones \*ae sixteen. he was bent f>n one d:ty Win#: President. At t we...

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. — 24 October 1860

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ?ISTELLIGBNCER Ut'ILDIXG.S, jV. K. comer of Quincy ami Alain-Stt. TERMS: DAi!y.<>y nwll,livable Id advance,).... .$5.00 fr t?,e Week 10 T<J ir'-vkly!<tH,ry*m*P~r"hlttiu ai*r*n?\) n,oo 43-Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, moat be paid iu advance. ?I N s U R A NCeT jeffersox insurance co. ,?F SCOTTSVILLE. ALBEMARLE CO., YA. jirtv Caw M $160,000 ALBEMARLE "INSURANCE CO. n OF CIIARLOTTSY1LLE, YA. CiriTAt,-? $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK PITTSBURGH, PA. CipiTxl $.100,000 Commonweal Insurance Co, OF MAKRISRURG, PA. fit IT At $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. 07 PHILADELPHIA, PA. Ci?!TAi ~ $500,000 mjIK a1*?ve Companies liavingnppointed the under I tinned tlicir Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, voaM respectfully solicit the pntrunago of the public. Sai'iC jrupanies are well known to bo first clam offices. Allies promptly a ljusted. N.C.ARTHUR. A...

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. — 24 October 1860

lailg UnteUigciim CAMPBELL & X'DEEICOT, EDITORS ASB PROPRIETORS. TEKMS.?^Dah.t, delirer?-d In city, per ireek, 10 c*nt? Dajlt, by maJL. in ad ranee,? .$5.00 Tu-Wbut, by nuuL In adv&ocer? 3,00 "WttELT,by maiLinadvaiwew? 1.00 WHE eTTY^gT" Wednesday Morning, Oct. 24, I860. Postponement. Tb? Republican meeting announced for this evening at the Court House, is post poned until Thursday night. Mr.Pryor m be Was aud mm lie I?. Those of our Douglas friends who are j curious to know what Mr. Pryor used to believe and say a"bout their champion and his principles, will find something of in terest on our first page, this morning. It is'taken from a communication in the Al exandria Oazftle. Tub devil has on several noted occasions, recorded in the legends of the sntin Church, set up for a saint; but he seldom did a profitable business in that line. His failure has not discouraged the Demo crats from setting up for conservatives. The party has, in all its history, been the radical party, ...

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. — 24 October 1860

0largest Circulation of nay Paper m Westers Virginia. "e? Wednesday Morning:, Oct 24, 1860. Rrpnbllcnn Ticked. We sh:?ll commence this week, printing electoral Republican tickets for nil ir!i of the State, nnil by tlio first of next week tlicv will be read/ for mailing to sill *bc counties where they may be wanted.? j,ricft iiy the hnndreil, 50cts. Price, by . f thousand, $2.50. Send in your orders at once. , , , REPUBLICAN meeting AT vest liberty, Saturday Afternoon next, nt 2 o'clock. (Bellas. Bogeb A. 1'ryor made a speech jjiht Athenieuiii, last evening. The bouse j jj ful! of people, and among the itudi- j enee were many ladies. The audience i were somewhat wearied by the delay of! theSM?Vtri w!l? diJ not nrrivc until half j?HSt seven o'clock. Meantime, the inevi- j table bt?ys yelled ''Dixey," "Dixy," wheu j the uninitiated supposed that '-Dixey" was c,peeled to orate until the band struck up that popular and enlivening air. Jlr. llussell introduced ilr. Pryor, and announced 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. — 24 October 1860

Jtailo ^ntclliqcturr. TO MBLASCHOLT. IT WILLIE TjtBC. Tbj iora is tbrmC-oi ;a dark gLrzsm&, Out garaseau of dtcij; Then *L.t?di?l i**zi o'er nsatid hap**. O'er dreams r?w-w Sod fur ay*? O'er bcr^ed jcyt lad idsA* tcn^i to c^ay. (Tn l?rc4? tcw Aad broken h ye ucuntj Lsutt And spirits fxomva: O'er ? ?ner ?rr.>rp?d 3etxayt?d Q^**"ri?i- and revuei. CTer isrratitass and trasts de.?ied. Tfcy dw?*liir:x place i* ic tbe tetni Of tbir<c who hav* ncffused, Bsvc fedT vix* 3 art* \tf izrissxaaet, C/J tyrerrny. Of *rntiz Hft peffitced n?c?.. Are ?rfurring StiTL Tiitrf i? a ri"i to! njToaQsnffii In al thy cri?f. Jl sntnetbmsr inassrrlbsia*. That Icinp! with pain?mi>?c Oh naftanhhrfly: rhnu ?r? v> me At erur constant Iri^nQ. XjOVt?d f'T thy rr,n*la?rj/. Tbe Marquis 3*- Favieres, a gre&t bor rower r.nd a notoriously t?ed paymaster, called en Samuel Bernard. tbe g-reat finan cier, out morning, and said: '"Sir. 7 am jro?ng to astonish von: i em tLc de Favirrcs: 1 do not know von. ...

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. — 25 October 1860

VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER -25. 1860 NUMBER 52. J'lUXTKD AXD PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ?IJfTEl-LICESCEIl BTJIIYDIXOS, y. K. ruriirr of (juwc'j und Main-SU. TUBMS: Diily.ibj mail, payable in advance,).- $5,00 Br ti.e W?k ~ 10 ltf.tV?>lclr,(per JW,payable in advanco.) 3,00 *5-Advertising done on reasonable term*. All advertisement* from a distance. orfrom transient CI,J cmioniers. must lie paid in advance. ?INSURANCE. JEFFERSIH INSURANCE CO. OF SC0TTSVILI.F, AI.BEMA1U.K CO., VA. ActtAi. Capital $150,000 albemarle Insurance co. OF ClIAIiLOTTSVlLLE, VA. o ifrtAt. - $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK PITTSBURGH, PA. CiMTAt $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co. OF UARRTSRURG, PA. $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. $500,000 rpHE stvve Companies haviiignppointed the under l Ih.'ir Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, *oclJ fully solicit tho pntronngo of the public. fjijC>wp'nie? are well known to be first class offlccs Ail prompt...

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. — 25 October 1860

CAMPBELL * X'DERXOT, KD2TOXS AX? PMPKISTOB5. TEEMS.?Daxlt, delfrerwd is city, per wwk, 10 cent* Diet, by mil, in ftdrat*ce_ $6,00 Tu-ypm.tyiMa.hi?dnnM.. 3.00 Wiacxx, by mitfl. iatdnxft 1.00 W H EE LINO: Thursday Morning, Oct. 25,1860. Republican Meetings IK Hancock County. At New Manchester, on Monday after noon, the 29th inst., at 2 o'clock. At Xew Cumberland on the same night. At the Washington ?chool House, on Tuesday, at 2 o'clock. At the Jefferson School House on the I name night. ? ? . Erratam. Br neglect of the proper correction, we -were made to speak of the Latin Church in yesterday's paper, as the "Satin" church. Roll on the Ball 1 We reviewed yesterday the most cheering lettters from the counties of Loudoun, Pres ton and Monongalia,of the on ward prepress of the Lincoln and Hamlin cause in those localities. The people want tickets, and even campaign documents^ at this late day, and write that the feeling for -Old Abe" is rising daily, as it becomes more and more certain 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. — 25 October 1860

j. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-?* Thursday Morning-, Oct- 25,1860. Republican Ticket*. \Vc shall commence this week, printing our doctoral Republican tickets for all parts 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, oy the hundred, OOcts. Price, by tlie thousand,$2.50. Send in your orders at once. REPUBLICAN MEETING AT WEST LIBERTY, On Saturday Afternoon next, nt 2 o'clock. the kbpublicas meeting sdvertised for the Court House will come off Saturday evening, the 2"th inst., nt 7 o'clock. (grTiiF Glee Glob is cnllod to meet at their bead-quarters, on Friday evening at 7 o'clock. (aTTus River.?There were four feet tiro inches water in the river yesterday and rising. There was nothing going on about tlie landing worthy of special note. jgj-TilcRR wa3 n most rank and intol erable stencil about the landing, yester day, arising from the decomposing remains ot some defunct animal, w...

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. — 25 October 1860

gnifUijfttfet. A Forced Recruit iU Solftrlao. BT ELIZABETH BABBETT BBOWXIXG. Is liw nakt of tb? Austrian joo ivocd bint; He died with hie fec? to yua klh Tft bory Win her* wkrt itmibd him Too boour your bnn?t that lalL Tenet laa, fair-featured mod deader. He lies diul to det!b lii his youth, With a * utile on hi* Iff*. o%?r-tetrJer Fur any iuere soldier"? dead u*o?ih. So f*ffT,r mad yet ikA * traitor'. Thoughaiiexi the rhrth on it** breast, Underneath it bow seldom a pwior Town#: heart, hat a shot sent to re*-' By your t-oemy tortured and goaded To nutrcL with (bnu. stand in ZScir file. Hit mu*k*jt are', wrrer *?t loaded? TTf faring joor ^uoi with that wnfle. A> arph?? yearn on tn their nrcribera. H* yearned to your putrid hand-? *?!/>: mt die- lor oar Italy, brothm If not in jam ranks. by your hands! "Aim straight fire steadily: spare me A haU in she bod*. *hW> xaar Deliver my heart here and tear ins This badge of the Ansti iaa away." }4o thoucbt 1 e. so died be this roomi...

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. — 26 October 1860

VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, I860. NUMBER 53. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, riSTKI.I-IGKSrCKIt BUILDIHGS, y. ? ixrr.rr nf f/iiincy avd Main-Sis. TERMS: jMilr.{by mail.pa.vil'lo in adranr*,} tu.00 fly ill' ^?"'k 10 jrl-Wrckly, (i*r year, payable In advance.) S,0Q gf A'lvirtiwnR done on rragonnble tprma. XI! advertisement* from a distance, or from trntudent city ctutomere, mart be paid in advance. ?INSURANCE jEFFEKSitt INSURANCE CO. OF SC0TTSVII.I.K, ALBEMAKI.R 00, VA. CiriTii $160,000 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. n OF CnARLOTTSYtLLK, VA. ftPiTAL. .$400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. fkPiTii-" $.100,000 timonweallh Insurance Co. OF HARRI9BURO. PA. fifttAl $300,000 Maker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. $500,000 rplIK above Companies having appointed the nnder I ?|gn^ their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. Sai J Companies are well known to be first class offices. Al...

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. — 26 October 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, CSITOIS XH9 PMPKIBTOBB. 5EM8.?Sui| delivered In dty, per w?ek, 10 y-J* DittT, by mail, Is -*?.[? Tu-Wimi, by miit in advance,. J.?> TszXLT, by mail, inadTaoc*,? - _ : W HE E L I N G : Friday Morning, Oct. 26, I860. REPUBLICAN MEETING i AT , WEST LIBERTY, j On Saturday Afternoon next, at 2 o'clock. A cotemporarr says: "In a publication uow before us, issued in 1800. we find Washington charged with baTing 'embezzled the public money, with bang 'knowingly perjured.' being ?hypo crite,* and with having 'sacrificed the rights . of bis country:' while the incumbent President was nssailed for -having comple ted the scene of ignominy which Wash ington began.'" To us, at this time, it is almost incredi ble that such charges could have been brought against George Washington. As we compare tlic political papers aud speeches of tbat day with those of the present, we find cause for congratulation and encouragement. The tone of most of the-writers and speakers during 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. — 26 October 1860

t Largest Circulation of any Paper in ,B" Westers Virginia.-? Friday Morning, Oct 26, 1860. ' Virginia Must go Tor BelU ' grand Eally in the First Ward- i ?iI,B "CNION GUARD" WILL MJBtTT AT TI1E ' I Athrnicum, lhi? (Friday) evening, a! f>}< o'clock, i.full uniform, for the purpose of attending n Holt I Everett meeting in tlie First W?rd. Let men of : jloutirt "irn out "nd 1,cur "1",t 1,18 "Union mm" *' u,- oriler of "!? EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. j Republican Tickets. W'e shall commence this week, printing onr elector:! 1 Republican ti-.kets for nil parts of the Stale, and by the first of next ireek they will be rend; for mailing to nil the counties where they may be wanted.? ' 1'tice, oy the hnndred, DOcts. Price, by iis.tnd,$2.50. Send in your orders the tlx1"3 ?t onto. , | the bbpbblicas meeting advertised for the Court (louse will come ; ciSitnrJHj eveuiug, the 27th inst., at 7 ' Otiuck^ | a j^The total earuingt of the Central Oliio railrord Tor September is $05,481 32, ' \i??g ...

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. — 26 October 1860

i itnui ? m JExpfetoration. [hMiLiataUUcr.r I hare been struck by some rfmurks of the Hon. Ornntley F. Berkley on the sub- I jectbl an objectionable habit to which so j many Americans are addicted, that' of j ?pitting. Sir. Berkley was delivering a ? leetore in aid of the funds of an excellent | society with which he it connected, bavinp 1 for its object the introduction and accli mation of new kinds nf animals. He . ?poke of his recent visit to America, and ?poke warmly of tbe satisfaction which In" derived from it; but his tolerance seemed to fail entirely on tbe score of the habitnal \ ?pitting. I will give you bis own words, j as reported by the reporter: "Why the Americans condescended to : so filthy a habit, and made *ucb pig-sties j of their places of resort, he could not tell. Why, the ladies' dresses in railway car riages in America were five feet high in tobacco'juice. fl<aughter.} He related of one lady who had newly furnished her ; bouse, and who, being aware of the h...

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. — 27 October 1860

VOLUME 9 WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 27, 1S60 NUMBER 54 J?Kl.ViK!) AND IM lililSIIKD BV OAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, :i.\TEIiMCE>CEB UlILDIXGS, y. E. corner of Qtuncy and Main-SU. TERMS: Dally*(by mull, payable in advance,).- $5.00 By the Week 10 Tri-W?*Wy. (per year,payable in advance,) 3.00 ?9-Advertising dune on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, mr.st be paid in advance. INSURANCE. JEFFERSM IMMCE CO. OF SC JTTSVIIXE, ALBEMAP.LE CO., VA. Acn?t Camtai ilM.000 ALBEMARLE "INSURANCE CD. OK CIIAULOTTSYIJ.LE, VA. CiriTAL $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITl'SBUItGH. 1*A. CkH I At $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, ' OF UARRISBURG. PA. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. CtPfMl $500,000 rpUF above Companies h ivingappointed the nnder | signed their Agent for Wheeling. and vicinity, could respectfully solicit tbo patronage of tJie public. Said tympanies are well known to be tint class ofl...

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. — 27 October 1860

ailg g utelligcttcft CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITORS AJiSf PBOFRIETORB. TKRMS.?Daily, driiverod In city, per work, 10 cents Daily, by mail, In *dvwwiv $5,00 Thi-Wzzkly. by mail, in advanctv- 3,00 Wkeklt, by mail, in ad ranee, 1,00 WHEELTn'g": Saturday Morning, Oct- 27. 1860. REPUBLICAN MEETING AT WEST LIBERTY, On Saturday Afternoon next, ot 2 o'clock. The Republicans of Brooke county bud 1 a glorious demonstration up at Wellsburg ! on Thursday night. The good old town j was completely possessed with excitement, from one end of it to tbe other. Every body was out in the streets, either in the torch-light procession or on the sidewalk?. { Young America was rampant, and all on tbe side of Lincoln, too; and the old men ?tbe very oldest?gave it up as being a little ahead of anything that had ever j disturbed tbe quiet of the ancient bnrg. j There were two companies of Wide Awakes in procession, one from S'euben- j ville, numbering about 130, and the other one at Wellsburg, numbering abo...

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