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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 December 1859

r i ? a:????i~~ Pbeachisg and Pbactjce.?Dr. Chaining had a brother who was a physician, and they both lived in Boston. One day, a countryman in search of tlie divine, knock ed at the Doctor's door, when the following dialogue ensued: "Does Mr. Chauning live here?" "Yes, sir." "Can 1 see him?" "I am he." "Yon?" "Yes, sir." "You must have ultered considerably since I heard you preach?" "Oh, I see your mistake now. It's my brother who preaches. I practice." ~Speakisg of churches and "culled pus sons," a very good thing was got off at a certaiu church last Sabbath. A lady en tered the establishment, aud before she would be seated desired to know if they '?preached the Gospel of Jesns Christ thcro, according to John Brown?" Ofcour.se the sexton was amazed, but the lady remarked that "she had como from Boston and she had heard nothing else, morning, noon, or night for some weeks, and she would like to know beforehand." TVnns Pual said to Timothy, "Let the deacons be the hutbaiidt of one 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. — 17 December 1859

VOLUME 8. NUMBER 99. WHEELING, VA? SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1859. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ISTELLIGENCER UI ILDISGS, i\* K. witer "f- Qiiincg wul Mittn-Sti. TERMS: Diily.(bj lural,payable in iul?-nocc,X? .$4,00 By Ilia Week, (payablo to thr Civrricrs,).. 10 Tri-lVceklr, (per year,payable in aJranco.)... s,oo AdvertUIng done on reaaoiiable terms. All lulvertuamenu from a iliatanoo, or from tranaloot city customer*, must be jiaf<! in advance. riNSTTRABTCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? i* the ? INCORPORATED 1819?CHARTER PERPFTUAL. ^Quii Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. wrrn a stbplus op $500^S7 88. AjiJ tUe prestige uf 38 year* success and exixsricnce. Assets, January 1, 18.5 8. Ca-sh in hand. 4 Deposits* in HurtCd Banks,$34K,123 69 Gi-h in transit awl Agentsjiiands. 106,872 06 Money, dne the Co.. r-ecunM by Mortgage,... 5,418 01 Real Estate unincumbered 47.C53 4*2 Kill* Receivable 35.177 IS MARKET VALUE. lC2RomlsG.7?:10peret.intere9t,ann...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 17 December 1859

W II K E T, IN fl: Saturday Morning, Dec. 17,1859. In looking over the column of ;'law in telligence," in ? recent number of the ?Weekly London'Times, vro were struck with the remarks of tho Lord Chief Baron, in a case pending' in tho Court of Exchequer. The action had been brought by a certain Mrs. Sjvrnfen, against Lord Chelmsford, for damages alleged to have been occa sioned by the defendant, (then Sir Freder ick Thesigcr,) an attorney, having com promised tvn action in which she was in terested.- The attorney for the plaintiff proceeded to argue that the making of a compromise, under tho circumstances, was u fraud upon his client. Baron Bramwell (one of the judges of the court), rcmnrked that he thought "the.plaintiff's attorney did not mean to assert that Lord Chelmsford ? Wi,s guilty of moral fraud, but merely of an actionable breach of duty. (;Thp, Loni;Chicf Baton thereupon inter posed to say that '-it was very much to bo regretted that any word in the languago should mean o...

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. — 17 December 1859

ti-b Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-?a . Satnrday Morning, Dec. 17,1859. 1-,x VELOPES! BSVBIOPBS J X?We <j'li,ro just received a fine lot of extra ?luallty en Telnia* which will be iirintod bi the licit Htyle, chMp. CAMPBELL 4 JTDEIUIOT, 6g?*0nly Ten Cents a Week.?The Daily Intelligencer will be delivered to any part of tile city or suburbs at teu cents a week. jgf-CiTV Election.?Candidates will please remember. that we invariably charge S2 for all announcements for the city offi ces?to be puid for in adcunce. JGgyTHE Last op this Haowx Raid.?As will be seen by the ti'leyAtihic reports in another column, the four1 Harper's Ferry companions of John Hroivn, lately deceas fd, have ascended "the universal spout o' nature," and gone after their world-re nowned leader. Messrs. Cook and Coppic not admiring that style of earthly exit, which -Mr. Dennis describes as "working off." made a fruitless attempt to escape, whereupon Gov. Wise telegraphed to Gen. Taliaferro...

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 December 1859

[For the Wheeling Intelligencer.] Darkness and I Many days, e'en years had past, Since I'd Matilda mot, Bnt e'er I hoped onto the last, That slio won Id not forget I Many chequered daya I've seen Since that dear happy time. Many joys and pangs most keen, Hare oft since then been mine! And one cloud, than the rest more black O'er my soul has past, That long did leave its solemn track, But which vanished at last I And then once more in/ stricken heart. Learned cheerfully to gaze, Upon each bright ami lovely part, Of life's mysterious maze! Again I saw all nitnre bright. With Wisdom and with Love. And that e'en the dnnridst night, Might a sweet tcacher prove! Again the bright sun^honefor me; Again tho ?ky was clear; Again I found it sweet to see, All Nature's prospects fair! But e'en than these, more potent still, My ead heart to beguile? My stricken soul with joy to fill? Was lovely woman's smile! Matilda, dear! to thee I turned, And tum-ed not in vain. For with thee I that solace fou...

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 December 1859

"flTT w?iri?~v< FJ5u5"raJt>trr.U? .p.ofiHxT I'-ii hf?c rar i.m jijiwsoJ.a! ??s?!*?" .?iuir lloajmiull 'ilT :o ir.-N ? |iiw'l - . 'i Vj - . fl&SW? ? I rets? r*. "3 a: J jit * >I2U ?,y33*l *??? [nil 1 i-wl r *ioI? | p :v i ?;i i?o;{ nan i w^iMr) atto -i,j ,Uj -I r'T -, ?; /- J ,.r-.^t^a, Its--. -!S*0 -? 77T- TT ~71 :?? -? . . .--j* r: ' L- . ,,,, rr^nt^ 'Vnri WHEELING, VA? MONDAY MQB|pf<3-}, J^tJCEMHKK 1!>. 18?9. ^UMBERIOO. PltlNTKU AND ITDLl^HEX) BV,l t CAMPBELL 8. M'DERMOT, | IXTBLIiIGKKCEBu DINGS, y.K&>rtirrof fjirtncy cW MSlffesfc, ? - a- Kii V: f Ifctilr. (by mail, payable iii advance,)... 45,00 I lit the Week, ({?yablu to flip>Carriepir)..7... i0 I TrMVfikiy, tl*w year,livable in uilv.mcti).;....... 8,00 j jrgr- Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advartwomentsfroiu a distance, or from trans iont | City customers, must be paid in advance. _ I jlNSTJR ANC eT Choice First Class Insurance IX T 11 3 iJrdORPOn.lTED 1519? CHARTER PKRPITUAL, it&-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. — 19 December 1859

gaUj jjutelligc nett CAMPBELL A M'DEEMOT/ EDITOR* ajcd PROPRIETORS. j TERMS.?Daily, deUrerM Indty, per meak, 101 Daxit, by mail, in adrane?^.. -$5,( Tbi-Wssxlt, bj man, in adranoa^..^. *4>0 Waxrrr, bj mall, in adTaooe^.^ .... 1,00 W H EEL I N G: ' Monday Morning, Dec. 19,18fi9.: Thi Democratic Congressmen are still talking. about Helper's book, Instead of trying to organize the Honse. They are accomplishing for Helper what he never could hare accomplished for himself? they are creating a demand for the- book which the publishers are unable to supply. In this, our Democratic friends are cer tainly pursuing a very suicidal course, if they would consult their own interest.? For the whole two years that this book baa been before the public, if wc may place any reliance in the statements of our exchanges, there has not been as much in quiry for it as there has been in the past two weeks. Erery one is now desirous of seeing and reading It, in order to know what it really does contain, ...

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 December 1859

Dailji ?hUllti?ucM Monday Morning, Dec. 19,1869. IlWKLOPKS ! KNVKLOPKS1!?Wo Vl>?c Jiwt received a flno lot of extra quality cn ?lin.*, wlikli ?iU printed In the bent style, chwi^ CAMPBELL * M*DRICMoT, j^-Only Ten Cents a Week.?The Daily JiiteUiyciicer will be delivered to any pirt ol' the city or suburbs at ten cents a week: ^ ? jgy-OiTY Election.?Candidates will tile.isc remember, that we invariably charge 32 for all announcements for the city ulli ?to lit paid/or in adenncc. j^*A Boni BL'KiJt mr and a Bold At test. Some time after one o'clock on Siturday niorninf,' last,** burglar or bur glars enter-'d the o.ficc of Robertson & Orr, oa Alarket stfect, and ransacking the satire premises, succceled in carrying off about one hundred dollars worth of gold and silver plate, and other articles, inclu ding n gold chain, ring and a broad sword. The thieves entered from tho back yard and first got into the basement by breaking ) through a door that wa3 fastened on the inside. They t...

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 December 1859

gailn gtVtcUig ettccc. Naming a Cat.?A gonllemnn doing bu siness on Main street, n dny or two sinco was presented witb a beautiful kitten.? .Yesterday a couple of young ladies hap pened in the store, nnd of course kitty, as kittens and babies ahvajrs do, camo in for an immense quantity of endearments and ?caresses. ,:0h, my! what a sweet darling' little kitty! What is it's name?" "It has not been christened yet." "Oh, the dear thing! Do call it after me, call it Julia?wont't you?" "I should be very happy to do so,"- said onr gallant friend, "but it isn't that kin J of a eat!" ??Kitty was deposited on the floor in a. twinkling and a couple of young ladies were soun after looking around for a good place to faint. Kkukmrkk. young ladies, that oranges are not apt to be prized after being squeez ed a few times. Therk is a man in town so knowing that people who don't know their owu minds come to him for information on the subject. A Kentucky paper says that tobacco is king. Yos, it reigns...

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 December 1859

NUMBER 101. WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY #C)RNING, DECEMBER 20. 1859. VOLUME 8. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED J1Y CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IKTELLIGENCKII BUILDINGS, iY. K. comer of Quincy and Jfain-.SU. TERMS, IKny,(Iiy mail, payable in advance,).. .$5.00 By the Week, (payable to the Carriers,). 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance,) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable term*. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. jaw? INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? is IHK 1NCORPORATED 1S19?CHARTER PERPFTUAL. 4jg-Cmh Capital $1,000,000. nhxduto and unimpaired. WITH A STttPLl'S OF SnOtWST 8b. And ths prestige of 38 years mi?cc*s and experience. Assets, January 1, 1858. Cash in hmid.ADepo.-iteiin Hartfd Bauks.$3l8,123 69 Cadi iu tran-it and Agvnt??hands 100,872 05 Money duo the Cou, secured by MOftgage,-..; 5,418 01 Real K??tate unincumbered 47,053 42 Bill* Receivable 35,177 18 3i.vnK>rr value. 102 Bonds 0.71 I0porct.intere-t,nnnuallyr$10...

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 December 1859

'atfififPl'ifc* CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, HDITOR8 AXD PIIOPRIKTORS. TERMS.?Daily*. flellrercd Inrity. i?er week, 10 rent*. Daily, by mall. In adrunoo? $.*>.00 TwATraar, by mail, in tdnmlv. 5.00 Wskkly, by mail, hindrance.. 1,00 \v h e r: r, i x o: Tuesday Morning, Dec. 20,1859. It is not to he expected that any. man be his patience as great as Job's, can for a lnemeut contemplate the doings of Congress, "without a feeling of downright unfeigned ! indignation. It has now become tlije, noxt tfung U insufferable. Already more'than two weeks have gone by, and not even nn organization yet effected. If the delay in. electing a speaker arose out of anything else than a petty scramble for party power, a petty speech-making disease that lias fallen upon so many of tho members, wo could bo lenient enough to excuse them for the enormous evil which we deem tbem to be Inflicting upon the country. There is not a whit of doubt in our minds, that {hey are inflicting a very great evil upon the cou...

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 December 1859

|i;ulg gjtieltigcnrct Tae:day Morning, Dec. 20,1859. - . Vvvklopes r KW V *ii7cTpks i t?? ? K, l.-Tr. iiul ror.iivo.1 ? fino lot of extra quality 011 i . which \rill Ih> printed iu tli?. i>o?t ?tyle, '' ' w" CAMI'UKLL i Jl'DKltMOT, cbcJl?- ^ t -ris; Ten Cent? a Week.?The /)?*? hitcllgtMer will be delivered to any |,art of the city or suburbs at ten couis a WCCk. |r . ; . HS-CiTt Klkction.?Candidates will nicaseremember, that wc invariably charge ???> for all announcements for the city offi ces?to if pant for?? >"u ""c^ [pSjyAitur.<T roil Bcw^Kt. *A man na med John Williams, was arrested near llellair on .Saturday by officer Hague, of Pittsburg, charged with breaking open and robbing H'o jewelry store of James Keu nedf of worth or goods on the night ar the notli lilt. Up to the time of Wil liams' arrest, all i irorts to ferret out the tbicres were unsuccessful. The Mayor of Pittsburg flooded Ih-- country with circu lars descriptive of the articles stolen, nnd a d:ir or...

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 December 1859

Wailii i I AND JENNY DAVIS. On a sonny summer morning. Early a* tho dew was dry, Up the hill I went a berrying; Need I tell yon?toll ynu why t Fanner Davis had a daughter,' And it happened that I knew On each sunny morning Jenuy Up thehlll went berrying too. Lonely work in picking lurries, So 1 joined her on the hill; "Jenny, dear." said I, -j*our !?siket,i Quite too lurge fur one to fill.** So we staid?we two?to fill It. Jcnnv talking?I was still? Leading where the hill was steep, Picking berries up the hill. This is np-hill work," Mid Jenny; ? *80 id life," said I. "sliall we Climb It up alone, or Jenny Will yon come nnd climb with me!" Redder than the Washing berries JeniiyV cheek* a moment grew. While without delay she auswered. ?*1 will cntae and climb with yon.** MORS TO BE ADMIRED THAN TIIE RICHEST DIADEM F.YF.R WORN BY KINGSOREMPERORS. What? Why a Beautiful IleadofHalr. BECAUSHITISTHE ORNAMENT GOD HIMSELF provided for all our race. Reader, although thu rosotnay bloom ever so...

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 December 1859

VOLUME 8. NUMBER 10*2. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNmG? DECEMBER 21, 1859. PK1STKD and publisiird by CAMPBELL & M'DBRMOT, |XTELbI(iF.3CER BUII-DINKS, .V. Ewwrf/ Q.iincyand blain-&t. T EllMSs jullv (b* mail. payable iu advance,).- 4.V*) ,lY u.?. Week. (p?j?W? to the Carriers.). 10 Tri-WeoUy, (per year,payable In atlvauce,) 3,00 #*- Advertising dune on reasonable terms. All .ulvertl?sementa from a distance, or from transient city customer* must be pold to advance. YlN S TJ R AN C E Choice First Class Insurance ?? IX tug ? INCORPORATED 1S19 ? CHARTER PERPFTUAL. ? W^l,Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. With a sinrLts o* S50C.U&7 S3. An J tli* prestige of 33 years sitccc i* ami experience. Assets, Jaunary 1, 1858. CjuIi in hand. & Deposits* in lXartfdBttiik3.iai.Sl2n 00 Cub in transit ami Agunts?.utn?ls 1G6.S72 05 >f..ney tluo tlio Co? secured by Mortgage,.- 5.41S 04 he.d Estate unincumbered 47.653 42 Biil-i Receivable 36.177 18 M ARKET VALUE. 102 Bonds 6.7 L I0pe...

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 December 1859

ttiljj gtaMligmn CAMPBELlT&'M^EElffOT"~ EDITORS A5D PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Datlt, delivered in city, per week, 10 c?nM. Dailt, by mftil* In adranco- ?.s,00 Tu-Wbeklt, by mail, in advance- 3,00 Wbzclt, by mall, in advance,. 1,00 W H E E I> I N O : Wednesday Morning- Dec. 21, 1859. Not a word of complaint do we hear ? from Democratic papers, on their friends and partisans in Congress, for the nnjnoti fiable course they hnvo pursued for the last two weeks, in preventing the organi zation of the House of Representatives. TVe presume they consider it all right that the public business should be entirely neg lected, in order that the members, may abuse tho Republican party and advertize Helper's book?and thus, as they suppose, make capital for tho approaching Presi dential election. That they are now man ufacturing capital for the approaching campaign, there can be no donbt, but that it will have a teudency contrary to their expectations, is equally certaiu. But sap pose that the rece...

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 December 1859

. - T.irrosf Ciroalntioa of any Paper in 1 Westarn Virginia. -tot jTgj'Jt. "Wednesday Morning:, Dec. 21, 1859. ,, vvelopes j esv?lopes f:-^>vu I'/fcaVe ju.it racclrcil ? 0"L' lot of citra qunlity cu ? ' ulikil will bo printed In t)ff bt:-t itrlo, hiucu CAiri'CKLI. t JlKEIUIOt, cu . ^{JilTOthf Great Aurtlou ni BISHOP'S' T^^r^aTuKI^. Main gtrvet I. O. S. M. f.nlK M2MBB1W OF OLD DOMINION LODGE. | I Vu 1 I O 5. M. ?ru rvqumt-d to attend u ape ; mvtUu* ?t their Hall U'w ?urihi-. for tha pur- ! of traawiiu,- important l.u?ue? 1 By uriler ut I. IS. J. A. drdl V --?_ 00T) tlKt Great Auction at BISHOP'S j BTOItK Main Street. r-jj-CiTV Efctcri^--?Candidates will t.lt.i;!- remember, that we invariably charge 1 lor all nnnotiiicenieiits for the city otli vut?:o I"paid for wtcur.cc. pdrOnly Ten Cent? a Week.?The I lu,lj hiteliijtnar will he delivered to any part of the clty or suburbs ut ten ceuts a ] week. ^ ^ jftZg^Sxow I5.1LLISG.?The five or six in dies of snow found upon the ground yes te...

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 December 1859

ailg gnteUigeucct. God 8?re the States* Ood blew ov native land! Firm may aba ever stand Through utorm and nightl Whin tha wild tempests rare. Ruler of wind and ware! By the great might. ? For her our prayer shall rise, To Ood above the skies, On him We wait. Lord, hoar our nation's cry; lie Thou forever nigh: May Freedom never die; Ood save the State*! A large heart expands the chest: it is better than gymnastics. Pit gave his testimony in a riot case, "Bejabers the first man I saw coming at me was two brickbats." If you want an ignoramus torespcct you, "dress to death," and wear watch seals about the size of a brickbat. Sobbow comes soon enough without de spondency; it does a man no good to car ry around, a lightning rod toattuct trou ble. Gentlemen! said a tavern keeper to his guest* at midnight, "I don't know wheth er you have talked enough or not, but for myself I am going to ihut up. Pay your score, said a publican to a red nosed customer who was rapidly running up anaccount f...

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 December 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, Y A.,THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER..32, 1859. M'MHKH 103 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELIJ & M'DtSRMbC KTEtLiGEXCER Bi'ttniNGsj, .V. comrr</ Quincy antl Main-Sit. .TERMS: IhiHy.Jlijr mnil. Pf.vabje In nclrr.nce,).". j )<y |k? Wcofe. i j?iyabl? to tlicCarrtoM,). fit 'i'ri-Weekly, (per year, payable In advance,) 3^00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must lie jwii<rm advance. :IN SURAH CET Choice First Class Insurance ? IK the ? i NCOIiPORATED 1-10?CHARTER PERPETUAL. Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. with a sTKPUiho:- 5>0<K}^J87 SS. AjjJ tlie prestige of 35 je,?fi sxi-cess aud experience. A.KsctN, Jaii*|nay l'f 185 8. C??Ji in band, & Depositor in Hurtfd Ranks,$3 18,12.1 GO Caih in transit ami Agont!?handa Iti0,j>72 05 .\,\iney due tho Co.. secured by Mvrtgiigo,... 5,41 S 04 Jlcal rotateunincumbered .47,(533 42 JSill-t Receivable 35,177 18 KKKRST YALUK. 102 ...

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 December 1859

ailg ^ntclligtuccv CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT. EDITOB6 AXD PROPRIETORS. THRM8.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 rent*. Daily, by mail, in advance? $6,00 Tw-Wrmr, by mail, inadvat?c?v- 3,00 Wimlt, by maO, Inadvanee,. .. 1,00 W H E E Jj I N a : Thnrsday Morning, Deo. 22,1859. As Christmas and Xew Years (lay fall upon Sunday, the old question of when they shall be celebrated, and how business will be affected, should they be observed on Monday, is exorcising some of the Pennsylvania newspapers: An extract before us says that, by the laws of that State, Christmas, New Year's nnd Indc pedencc days are holidays. These days, so far as the transaction of business is concerned, are the same as Sunday.? Where holiday falls on Sunday and is celebrated on Monday, no provision is made. A bill for legalizing such days as holidays was introduced into the Legisla ture last winter, but failed to become a law. The voxed/jucstinn is therefore opbn, and' is lirtbte to give riso to difficulty or per ...

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. — 22 December 1859

ftaillj IftttelligctUM B"j_ Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.??# Thursday Morning, Dec. 22,1859. ? VsVELOPES! E^VKLOPES11?Wo X j hare jiwt receirort a fine lot of oxtra quality ?u valono*, which will bo printed in the boat ntyle. choop. CAMPBELL & M'DEllMoT, 1^-CiTr Election'.?Candidates will please remember, that we invariably charge $2 for all announcements for the city olfi i?to be paid for in adcnnce. CfjyOnly Ten Cente a Week.?The Daily Intelligencer will be delivered to any part of the city or suburbs at ten cents a week. jQfSLEiniiiSG.?The devil is not the only party to pay "when a man goes out a slcigliing." The livery man has to be remunerated not only for the hire, but frequently for bad breakages, and the doc tors some times for filing up bruises. The Xational Road between the city and Tria dclpliia seems to be the favorite drive, and for the last two evenings the pike has been alive with the slrgdes and the bells, the light cutter, and 2:40 horses...

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