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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 27 October 1860

I*V Largest Circulation of any Paper m ' Westers Virginia. "EB Saturday Morning', Oct 27. 1860. jiepiiblicaii Rally! AT THE COURT HOUSE, TO-NIGHT?27th. A cordis! invitation is extended to men of all par te la intend. ocUtf Virginia Wide Awakes, A B & C, ,-0U ARE RKQUt-STKD TO MEET AT YOUR \ rMjHnlive llall*. this evening, in uiiif?rni and tr l.f. tV'iu|i?iiies A and t: will march 10 the ilnll . ,1' .:apan* ??H'l fmiu iIhikc all wi| proceed to mertingat tlieOnit 11. une. accompanied by the Land. A full attendance is requested. rarilie tiiec Clul/ will he in attendance. TIloS. UxkMlltOOK, j .tt5 Chief Marshal. f Republican Tickets. He sball ciiuiuience this week, printing! oar electoral Republican tickets fur ull j.irts of tiie State, ttnj by the first of next | I ?cek they n'i'l be ready for mailing to all I t'jt couo'ies where they may be wanted. price. ?; hundred, 50cts. Price, by liie tbous;iiid.S2.50. Send in your orders at once. j^*V?5Iebday was another beautiful I day. fl'e...

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. — 27 October 1860

pitlg ifukltigcttcer. Sleep. Dream. Smile* Seep, little-child! flc#p tbough the Autumn winds ?r? wailing Under the Autumn skSeeof tender gloom. A&dthe rich robes of recti Fall en> trailing Sknriy abore tbe buried Summer's tomb-? Sleep and dream! Dream, little child! TTbat to thee thi* sombre glory Seems but tbe gleam of dosing Leaven to me! Dream! but 1 dream no more save one locc ttwj Of whmt tbe waiting world ?huuid offer tbee, Seep and dream! Smile, little child.' The world#- unfold arofccd and o'er tbee. And tbe full future -wait* thy caim commands; Mauhood ie thine, and in tbe life before tbee _ God of th v kind shall cla?p tbr willing bands. Sleep ?nd dream! The Wae of tbe Djctiotjosabies.? NrwspnjirT readers will he de!igbt?*d to learn ibat the editor of Vanity Fair, ?t the earn ret reqisrat of &? suffering public, hfi-S finally concluded to put it etc-p to this aort of thing?dirtioiuirj- thing?and baring planted Sbnkfcpeare's cannon against tbe ruthless invaders, ...

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. — 29 October 1860

VOLUME 9 NUMBER 55 WHEELING, VA.,MONDAY MORNINt OCTOBER *29, 1860 i'KINTKD AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, r,xTEIiI'IG253TCEIt B17ILDIXC$t, y. E. corner of Quincy and Main-.Sis. T E K M ? : Daily. (l>.v mail.payable in advance,).. $5.00 II, I!..: Wn-fc 10 <rri.H*.vkly,<poryear, payableadvance,) 3.00 Advert ining d"iif on reasonable terms. All ad*'vrtteetncnt8 from a distance, or from transient city customers, mast be paid in advance. "Tn suranc E . JEFFERS9X IXSUUAXCE CO. of scvrrsvu.i.E, albemakijs co, va. Anc.a OiPlTAI - fl M.POO ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. (IK ClIAItLOTTdVlLLE. VA. MOO.OOO Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH. PA. CiriTAL $-*300,000 Csmmonweaith Insurance Co, of hauuisbukg; pa. $300,000 fyti&er Cily Insurance Co. 01* PHILADELPHIA, PA. $500,000 rjiHE ,Vt* Oomjwuiies liaviuKnppointed the under | #ijincd their A cent for Wheeling, and vicinitv, voq!J respeetfally solicit the patronage of the public. ? . '. ij. inies are well known to be flirt ...

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. — 29 October 1860

Hailg gtttelligtnw | ^CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, BBITORH AND PBOrRlBTOBS. * ??? ' ! TERMS.?Dxilt, delivarvd In city, l*r ??k, 10 cent" Bult, \>f mail, lu ?dT?ucPr W* Tiu-Wipaar, by mail, in advance, ?(,<" I WmiTtby mailt inndTtncrrM *>'? ,::rr" W tfli E L IN G : I Monday Morning, Oct. 29,1860. The main argument used l?v the oppo nents of the Republicans, to urge them to desist from the support of Lincoln, is, that so many of the southerners declare that j they shall regard his election as sufficient cause for secession. This, to wy the least, Is not a very effective form of arguing j with thinking, independent meu, even if tfc?$e southern menace* he taken in earnest. It it not by mere- threats that men are moved. It require* something more than tiat. They nrnet be convinced that they deserve to be threatened?that their cause is wrong?before they yield to menaces.? Bnt when .we are told that the south will . break up the Tnicn if the people of the north express a preference fo...

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. — 29 October 1860

pill! gatdlitjcum Largest Circulation of any Paper in Westers Virginia."ffi? | Monday Mcrning, Oct- 29. I860. Republican Ticket*. 5h?il commence this week, printing ?? eutoriil Kepublican tickets for all J the State, and by tlie first of next I k t|lt.v- will be ready for mailing to nil .??unities where they may be wanted.? r? e in- i?e hundred, DOcts. Price, by thousand,$2.50. Send ill your orders |>:or.ce._ , m , Republican standing Commit , ?,.jl rocct :it io A. M. to-day at Alfred ,-,;.Juel!'s office. f..V"Tllr: Ucplklica.n Mkktixg at tuk House, on Saturday night, notwth . _j;,lg the general curiosity to liear ?'.4r trss very large. The Court House j[4lull (if people, and the utmost enlhu iii-ii prevailed. E 51. Norton and A. W. Campbell made ! jrti'hei- At the close of the lattur's ! !,.<ciitlie chairman of the meeting read x Brum' sentiment that had just been , .lcrej bv Mr. I'ryor, at the Athenaeum, though the large audience was made up I.,- me3 of all parties, there we...

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. — 29 October 1860

SOUR GRAPES. ? ? ? T mj to yrm wbo Vmv me, that tbe Presidency ! ma no cbuw ftr me-?Otm^ics. A lax more subtle than tbe rut, lad keen Is all hif> wism. By hunger one day Wap prest, Brrit o'er tbr garden fr;??a. Tbe pear tree* ben&inc te the ground. He wore tbr-y were inviting: AsH jteurbcs too there wrtre around; He add. *"0 bow delighting!** ?BaU O. tbe grape*.'" aud ??r? ?juxiip High &* hi* leja could rear Lim. Bui wlien be ion aus: broke bis rump, aud ww trnre went near them. **Socb s^bt grapes. 1 loathe their Right. Thft*fl fcil! me wjib rbf- colic. I wan id no; eat them if I might,? J juwjted bu i fur a frolic." Dit_ Ai;vold. ?b?n ?t L*}cham. occe lost all pxtietK-e with n dull prbolnr, when the pupil looked op ;a hU tare sod said, "Why do yon speak imerily. sir? Indeed lam doing the best I enn/' Years Rfrpr tbe doctor need to Veil tbe story to his own children, and say. '-I never felt so ashamed of mveelf ir. my life. That loot and that speech 1 bare never forgotten...

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. — 30 October 1860

VOLUME 9 WHEELING, VA..TL'ESI)A,Y MORNING. OCTOBER 30. 1860 NUMBER 56 rm.VTKD AM) PUBLISHED 1JV 1 CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, LlJTBH.IOBHCBR buildings, y. E. cnrnrr of Quincy awl Main-St*. T K R M S : pjiy.,1ir mall,payable in advance,). ?.$S,00 jjy f||/* W ? 10 trf-Wrrtly, (per jw,payable In advance,) 3,00 gj- Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, orfrom transient jltr caitomen, mull bo paid In advance. ?INSURANCE JEFFBRSOX I\SURAME CO. OF SCJTTSVII.I.E, ALBEMARLE CO., VA. jlrrriLCiWTAL ;?.....v....- ..8150,000 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CIIARLOTTSV1LLE, VA. (VITAL, $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, 1?A. CirtlAt $300,000 Camiwealtli Insurance Co, OP HARRISBURG. PA. Cxrim $300,000 j tyu&er City Insurance Co.! OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. nririt $500,000 j TUt: .ib.'" Companion havingappointed the under tignul their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, ?oId rwiiectfall.v solicit tbo patmnago of the public. MilOnp?af?*aro well known to beHrat...

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. — 30 October 1860

ffiulg ? ntdiijencct CAMPBELL ft M'DEEMOT, KBITOKS AXD PBOP&IETOB8. TERMS.?Dailt, delivered in city, j-t week, 10 centa Daily, by mall, in vdrance^. $5.00 Tu-WnaT, by mail, in adraocv S.00 WimT.by audi, badrvmw. 1.00 ~ W~~H E K I. I X G : Tuesday Morning, Oct 30,1860. We find the following extract in the Pittsburgh Ditjrzicfi of yesterday, taken by that paper from the Petersburg, Va? Mxprttt. It is very encouraging to the Lincoln men over there to come out and vote: "As it is reported that there are some men in the county who say that tbey are coming to the Court House on the Gth of November, to rote that ticket, I am autho rized to say, that any one who comes hire and hands in a ticket for Lincoln, will re ceive thirty-nine lashes and a coat of tar ' and feathers." Great Republlean Demonstration in Wuhlngton County, Ft, One of the largest and most imposing Republican demonstrations of the cam paign, came off at the Tillage of West Middletown,in Washington connty, Pa., on last F...

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. — 30 October 1860

*3- Ingest Circulation of any Paper in West era Virginia.'??. Tuesday Morning, Oct- 30, I860. B7DubUcan]ffeetin<j in Ritchietown. 7? v TUCRSDAY EVENING NEXT, there w.ll be ( I", r.,i|j- of tlie lUpublicana, at the Public ScI.ojI fl^uM in Ritcbictowu. Speaking In both English .Lj German. ... i ut tbeie be a general turn out. oct30 com'pXny a. fl>lIERE W1M. Bt A MEETING OK COMPANY A, | I Viriri' V'1* evening, nt their Bail. A ^tendance is requested. oct30 ItA xu Tohchligiit 1'nooKSSIo.v.? TUe ,publicans of this city will have ti I f?, t torchlight procession by the Wide ^ - on Friday erenin" next, Xov. Sd. |Dv\lto.* have been extended to Wide Wakc companies in Virginia, Ohio nnd j>eonsylrania to attend and join in the |,recession. One of thr grandest and most imposing demonstrations of the season, is i eipected. The following is the Comuiit ue0f invitation: E. M. Nortox, Jas. Wilson, H. \V. Fishkh, John Esterlikc, G. Robixsox, A. Caldwell, H.Ovl-VKFuru, Caht. U. Thimble, Kkh....

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. — 30 October 1860

litittt jffttfelligenrer. Society at Saratoga.?BajrarJ T?>lor thos speaks of Saratoga in the height of the season * As for tbemanner-* of'sueh u (h^re ii not much 1<j Ke taid. You fiii?i all the classes?tbe refioe?2. the s>t?obbi*b and the ?nlgar?which enter into tbe composition of all society. Tiit rick fataHi*-* have tbe belt rooms, and are he*t served at tnbie. (they fee the waiter* heaviest:,. the more moderate lake !be olds and tbe end? of the accommodations; there arc clans aa<i cliques and jealousies, as *i.?e?vher<r. con quests and trinmpbs, hatred, fidelity^ iufi delitjr, lore, marriage, divorce aod death. The tragedy of life dances ia the sarae set with its coau-dy. The ^entleojea have their side of the veranda, where they sit ia xrrn-chairs, r*ai tbe New Vorir papers, smoke, and cock up their feet on tbe rail ings: ana the ladies theirs, where they spread their tender-tinted skirts, nutter their fans and their swss !Tke recks, and exchange sweet innendoes. ...

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. — 31 October 1860

VOLUME 9 WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1860, NUMBER 57 PRINTED .AM) PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERIJOT, ixtblmkescer :intm.\?s, X V- ???rn-r <</" >Ju ,'ncy and Main-Sis. T 13 RMS: Daily-(by mail,payable in advance,). $5,00 T.r the Week 10 Tri>Wt 'dtly. (l?er year,payable iu advance,) 3,00 gy Advertising done on reasonable term*. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient citv customers, must be paid in advance. ?I N S U R A N C E . I\SUR VXCE CO. or ?c yttsvtlle, albemarle co.. va. ACttai Capital .. $150,000 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO, OF CHARLOTTSYILLB, YA. Ci??Atr * $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh, pa. fvriTvL $300,000 Commonwealth insurance Co, Of IIARRISBURG, PA. CiPltit $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. Or PHILADELPHIA, PA. (Vini $500,000 f?*iJE ab.'vc Companies havingappointed tlio under [ jut el their Agent for Wheoling, and vicinity, wanidr^l'p't fully solicit the patronage of the public. -laptinies ure well known to be fir...

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. — 31 October 1860

JJailj; jgntelUgcucev CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AXO PROPRIETORS. TKKSL3.?Daut, .^lirerwl in city, p*r week, 10 cent? DuiT. byn^.in iuIva,,ov --?'?9 T*i-Wex*lt. by m?U. lnadtaac*-???? j-jy WiOtLr, by ni&il, in ftdrancty....... 1-w \V HERI.T X O : ?Wednesday Morning, Oct. 31, I860 T? tbc Gtrmani. We .-hope those of our German friends ?who are politically opposed to us, will faTor us with their presence at the Court House, to-night, where they will be ad dressed in their own language, an the great issues of the day. So persons turn out more liberally or otlener to hear their oppo nents, than do the Republicans of Wheel ing, and we hop* that the German portion of those who are opposed to us will return the compliment, by turning out to bear our side of the question. In addition to the speeches in German, there wUl be aUo speaking in English. Repablic?n Candidate, or else?Sot. Our Republican friends have called our attention to the following ticket, which was in circulation ye...

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. — 31 October 1860

Jailg ?ufclli0cucft ,3. Largost Circulation of any Paper in Westers Virginia."S3 Wednesday Morning-, Oct 31, 1860. Eep^bUcan Meeting- in Kitchietown. ON Tlll-li.-DAY EVKX1XQ NKXT, tl.er? will |,0 , r.!lr uf the Uc|mblieni<*. ?t the Publi.: Set o U^M la Itilrliictown. Sp*afeiuB in both KngllsU ?,J (irnuin. L?t lii'-r*: be n general turn out. otjpg ' Attention, Wide^AWiikes! zt 2 g$ tvort Ui/Vfe. tv.^7car speaking: in Uennan end Entr U'b Tuque*' jf 1UOS. IIOltNliltOOK, Chief Marshall. Winter Fashions! -tlMM. BK OI'K.VEIl AT ' Hi. SHALLCtlOlS*. \y Oct. 31s!. i.'l'ii-'H plefbv cull ' t ^ jSir" !'? 31. Kdgincton made n speech at tbe Aihnineuin lust night, in reply to the ; ? ai->iuiou speeches of Roger A. Pryor and \r. liusscl!." lie had a full house. Mr.Bdgington said thiit lie remembered ibetime, tilien. if a man had uttered such fiaiimenis ;,s I'roclaiined by these gentle BKD.be would not only have been kicked cut of food society, but of all society. ' He objected lo I.incoln?co...

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. — 31 October 1860

. A Lawyer's Bull.?J. \V. Gerard, known as the Adonis of the New York bnr, ad dressed some school children in that city on Wednesday. Speaking of the ease with which crowds were collected in. this conn try, he said be doubted whether the Prince of Wales had ever seen such ? crowd be fore as the one whirh welcomed him in "iJew York, even upon tbe occasion of the coronation of his Royal mother. A minister had a quarrel with one of )iis parishoners by the name of Hardy, who Showed considerable resentment. On the following Sunday the divine preached from the following text. whicb_ he i ronounced with great emphasis, and with a signifi cant look at Hardy, who was present:'? "There is no lbol like the fool-Hardy." A handsome young fellow in Xew York, in great distress for want of money, mar ried a rich old lady of seventy. He was no doubt miserable for want of money, and she for want of a husband: and '-mis ery makes strange bedfellows." Tom?"What ails your.eye, JocV" Joe?"I told a man he...

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. — 1 November 1860

VOLUME 9 i*i|.\TEa ;as!> published bt Y ?' CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ?# [1XTELLIGESCER BUILDINGS, X. E. carter uf Quinc;/ and Main-SUt % ? T TC li M S s BtlV-O'y mail,p*y*l>lo In lulrancc.).. $5,(>c Bj* 111-- Wtrit ?it. .. ? 10 Tri-V.'^lclv, (pervenr,payable in advance,)......;.. 3.00 fly-AilTerttfinjd'tiioon reasonahlo terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city cuntomori, must I* paid in advance. co; OK SO.WSYILLE, ALBEMARLE CO., YA. Actcal C-triT vi . 3130,000 albemarle Insurance co. OF OHARLOTTSVlLLKi TA. (*irtT*i* Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH. PA. CtPiTit $300,00(1 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF HAKRISBURG, PA. CtriTAt $300,000 fyuukcr City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. C\rlTiL? - ? ? 00,000 filllK above Companion havitigappointed the nnder | signed their Agent for Wheeling, ami vicinity, woalJ respectfully solicit thv"? patronage of the public. OiiJf-.rnpanies are well known to ho firstclass offices. All I promptly adjusted. N.C. 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. — 1 November 1860

gailB jgtttdligjjictt CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 cents Daily, by m*il,in advance. .$5,00 T*l-Wexklt, by mail, iu advance,? 3,00 Weekly, by mall, inadranec^. 1,0<? W H E E L I X G : Thursday Morning, Nov. 1,1860. Mr. Sights and HI* Position on the Republican Ticket. We announced yesterday, that Mr. Geo. W. Sights had published himself as a candidate for the officc of Circuit Court Clerk, on the "Virginia Republican Tick et." We treated the publication playfully, gentlemanly and unexceptional!}'. We did not bbj a harsh or unkind word. Wo did not even tell our readers that this tick et was bogus. We did not cry out trick. We did not in any way denounce Mr. Sights for putting bis name on the Repub lican ticket as a candidate, or rather as the candidate of that ticket. We did nothing of this sort. We might hare done so legitimately. Many of our friends thought we ought to have done so, and called upon us and urged us...

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. — 1 November 1860

- fFrom the Century?! KV HOME. 1 b?*? a beantifnl home BtfMotbe freshest aea. Aad angels are wont to cooks On o?i^borij vidt? to znr. They come In the morning grey: They come in the evening redt They walk vfth me by d*?y. And at night sit round nsjr bed. Fee * a orchard smoothly limbed. And cattle sleek nod dean, -? A gulden neatly trhatned. And a lawntbrever green. And the borae within u . As milk yet warm to the pell; There's the sound of <&fld(*o's feet. Bat never of children's waiL And the'chambcr * here I deep lra* perfect eastward room; There the nxvuings earliest peep With an odor of clover bloom; My study the daintiest noofc? On the wtll no idle mark; And if I want.a book I can find It In the dark. - When neighbors of heat complain There is coolness in my hail; And no matter how bard thq rain, A sunbeam on my wall. Pre nothing to do hut enjoy; Work does Itself in my plan; I live like a heedlets boy. And dread to be a man. I see the night draw on. And the sweet stars o...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 2 November 1860

; 'lur JtE K-: red ,-??! '?f/f C '-.f'r* i ?. i- '- -j-ws'v rr VOhUME 9. spun ?, NOVEMBER 2. 1860 NUMBER 59. HUNTED AX3 PUBLISHED BY y CAMPBELL & M'DERMOI tlJTBU.ICESC^K BCILDINGg, y. J? earner of Qttincg aud ilaim-SU., . TEB.JIS: j^riir.(by mail, payable in a<i vane*.,,....$5, gr the Vttk - ;? jri-W.-Wr.< I<r year,payable In..J.;. 8, jBj- Advertising done on reaaontolVterm*. AU advertisements from "distance, or from transioi clt'y customer* most lie paid in advance. -in'su R JefUrSOS INSURANCE CC OF SCOTT3YILLE, ALBEMARLE CO, VA. j({TUii CxPrtAt* ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CC 1 OF CHARLQTTSYILLB, VA. f ......... $400,0C Pennsylvania Insurance Co OF PITTSBURGH, PA. CiWUL $300,00 Commonwealth Insurance Co OP HARRISBURG, PA. CipfTAt .... ? ? $300,00 Quaker City Insurance Co OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. fiitrtt? - *500,00 inOB "I101' Compatdos liavlngappointed the nndei I ?jr?4 ifceir A pent tor Wheeling, and Tioinity ??U respectfttiij solid! the patronage of the public J&OimpaniM ar...

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. — 2 November 1860

CAKPBSLL 4 lf'DEBMOT, mwuinwattiwoM. . ' r- -,~I? : ^ WtDC^^l5M?illnroeu?^niZ 5? W H E E I. ING: Friday Morning, Hoy. 2,1860. Two Article* wMthEeiainf. -p?a the article "What we are asked to ao," from the Sew York on oar first page, to-day, and the article on thit page, from the Cincinnati GaaMt, A rc^Trnore diyTa^d the freeme* of this nation are to decide what shall be the policy of this government for the next four year*. Itmay be that by the decision -which they shall tbuj pronounce, its poli cy for all coming time will be shaped. For if we read the rigns of the times aright, we hare reached that critical point in our history, where the question of sla vey extension or slavery restriction is to be settled. If the people decide next Tuesday, that slavery may be extended into all our vast territorial domain, who can^av when and where its growth and expansion may ever be checked ? If they A decide that thU government shall be, as it has too long been, subservient to the ?wishes of 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. — 2 November 1860

ti. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Westers Virginia. Friday Morning, Uov- 2,1860. Attention, Wide Awakes! ClrtJIl'ASlES A, BAG, are requested to meet at I tli<-ir respective Halls at 6 o'clock, ia order for juiearti preparation for our TOUCH L10HT l-Ko. CKialO-X this oieuing. By reqoeat of T1I03. ilUKNIIitOOK, nor2 Chief MnrBlial. J0-TI1E Rii-eb?'There were over seven foct water in the channel of the Ohio yes terday, and rising-. The weather wns as. lint-and bright and golden as was ever issued from iht; mint of Heaven. Tbcrc was nothing worthy of especial note transpiring on the lauding jjgrriENT Up.?An old man named Geo. Workman, from Cameron, got drunk night beforo last, and continued to yell and ??cnes'' rnnch to the annoyance of the nfigbhorhood. He was requested to stop or be would be arrested, but Workman is J sort of irrepressible character, uud wouldn't cease, so that officer St. Meyers arrested him, took him before Aid. Wright sod thtuce to jail. jg-To-JJtouT.?The ...

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