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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 8 November 1860

l-afefOJ/ T Republican gathering ia Toledo, OKo, Mr. H.L. Hosmer read aa iagCBOHtiWiM afSMespeariuntlnr itiet that prophesied the election of Lincoln. The following is part of the selection: ITe bare tbe Uearl4 bluddoftbe HiwrtfLouW ' "Who "else than Buchanan was intended by the'demand? Jnmmvtlmi* ?giro, resign Hi; crown: Thaolflut dBdfred me? tbee! Tjfcand all old TjtwMt has asient ini^ai^. ' And? ? Here Drtmia the jntr aAieaoffbe HmmoTIonaMtmti And then inimitable Sir John Fklata.iT, in the fulneas-of tia bcsrt, tjxciftims: yyt'ty;W;,_7..ynPtdI^ttuId<cjMhTKiyaptf?f tfccJBnck: And,of the Douglas,-what, than this mo ment; did the grest'banl poinfto, trben t'e exclaimed: ... ppqgb? Or when he made Douglas s?j4' I ?m tbe DooglMr&ital toall tbuee . That Teartbowxdlonan thoru. Again: I is VSli . ? MthHnwiniuH tllielrt-O, tHraearmottierl Jto I Me j?e , J Bannibal^Hauilin'-waB doubtless intended in those lines pat In Xbc^ifiouth o?Jl"is fnhinfvf r-..-. WiiilHWl fliTm Imifr inn I|I1...

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 November 1860

sOfTuw mm(ik VOLUME 9. lijMg w WIJEELIN'G, VA., EHLDAY MAKING, NOVEMBER 9, 1860. NUMBER 65. 'if t ^Lisy^ by (3A iw PBELL & M'DERMOT, j,yIjTj 1 E\*CKR HUJUjD1M6S) E. corner of <t?inon and Mai**SU. TEHMS s ^pr^bj- mnil, payable In *dnxtc*,\? .$5/K) Bii<W ? M Trf-HV?Mj- (PW r?"1"' P?7?W? I" xdrancr.) 3,00 ay Advertising dune op reasonable term*. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient .ity coatcnnn, most be p?w In adraoee. ?INSURANCE, JpflHSM IYSU1U\CE?0. or SC>TtS*fcLM, ALIJEMARtE CO, VA. ~ AnrttC?mtt .?????;......^.;.:..:~.:.?SI50,oo6 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OK CHAltLOTTSVlLLE, VA. ,HMfc *100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PIT rSBURGIf, PA. ?xnTU. ? - $300,000 tsmmonwealth Insurance Co. OP HARRISBURQ, PA. CktttA $300,000 Quaker City Insnrance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA. PA. CirnU? *500,000 tfWIS -".f^vp Oompanfe. hiving appointed the nnder I rijcned their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinitv, Cjald iwpect fully folicit the patrunago or the pnblfc. juJOirap^nie. .ir...

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 November 1860

MtDEEMOT, ! BMTQBB A?J> PaOPKIETOBB. TXSM8.?Djult, dcAtrer?d In city, per week, 10 centi Daily. by?maJI, In fcdrauro^ -tS,00: Tui-WrrxLT, by man, to advance......... 8,00 Wmjxt, by nafl, ill advance,... l,0o XV I I E E L I NO: \ Friday Morning, Boy- 9, 1860. 500 In Allegheny County, Md. j This U the Republican vote iu Alleghe- j ny County, Maryland. .Won't that do? KRHATA. _ These clcction times have been death on newspaper people, and also-great occasions for typographical errors." Yesterday, in oar-comments on. the county vote, we were verr vexatioualy made to say that Dooglns bad'815 instead of 713 votes; that Sights beat Lincoln instead of' Lowtber, 8 votes; that Irwin bad 40, instead of 4, votes for Clerk.' The rash and confosion of night work, 1b our apology for these errors. . ??.? ? ?;-?i?- - 10,500 Majority. - This is the Republican-majority in Alle gheny County (Pittsburgh) Pa-., or 3,500 of an Increase o"n Curtiu's majority. ' The Pittsburgh papers quaintly apologize 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. — 9 November 1860

''ettm i?~~llargest Circulation of any Paper in -Westers Virginia. ~g? Friday Morning, Nov- 9, I860. " iS^?SiscB the election the city lias C0U1B back to its old condition of order. \ thunder clap could be distinctly heard now, :>uy night. ^ ^ ggpTHKBB was a slight rain last night, and the indications were that we would have more of the same sort before morn ing- . jjS^-Bl'hulary.?Night before last, some onc gained :i forcible entrance into the shoe store of Mr. Guymar, under Congress ball, and stole several pairs or new shoes. The shop was entered by breaking a pane of glass jfijg-lt is said that a prominent Repub lican ot this city has written a letter to (jov. Wise, stating that he (the Repub lican) has, after due deliberation and se rene reflection, taking ever; thing into con sideration, concluded to submit to Lin coln's flection. jgy-TuBBE was the greatest uuxiety on tht street yesterday to ascertain the result u( the election in this State. Both the Ureckinridfjeand Hull m...

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 November 1860

?* ar. matn tauoot lettoe He-eaxicatarea the Hole 8uher,:faonaoel , udriaScnfei^iim. The Us! picture. called j ?Tie . Friend in Needray Lit?u His j Hoiiaets *ith atahrcUa ia hand, the ker* of St. Peter aboarfcis Beck, bis bead un covered saye bj a ikull cap, aad aobbiog. i Loiii Stpakim addresses him thus: i ?"There?There! Cat aaar qasetlv aad ; leave me T<j*r keyjfl Keep op vwsr'sysrits j and m look after your Utxie icoponi \ The first pactare?*-Tbj TOct O! Har- 1 xaony?"?Is jjooaL. Foar boja we playing j respecti vely on the bones, the ?rcordeon, ? the 'Sate and p'pck Ooxscctob?-Heasr 1 -with dnm Bones, BiUT" Bovcs?*-Bat j l*ia)ird*j-3B'*. CoxaccTo*? j ?'Well. 1 dida"t smv yon wasn't: bet you j seeda't go and drownd my Tremolerr" " THE AI.LOCCTJO*. : The HSiavrmgis a sammiu j of the Alio- j cation delivered by the Pope ?the God- ? gictory held on the 28th: Bug TlMir*? a wretch and a bnmblt thlnt, istfa happy s? thlakbell ooed** ooa? to grief j For hoing ao |pw<y a crabber. A...

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 November 1860

{)jun.3 uIooiS fcsvif :* J-i! ro cofc?to -s^T -8 <^3;'.i Aac ?? VOLUME 9. ... . . v , -it#.-,j. ??-?: ; #r;i g n7; f-U W HEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNT-NC, NOVEMBER 10; 1S60/ NUMBEit 66. COT, iSTEtMGEXCER BVILDIliGS, ; x. E.cnr*tT Quincy and Main-SU. : '? TEBM81 Daiir.pr ???. p?y?w?i? ?!w?8>>t=S??^$$<8 flv i!i? \rrek y". * lo Tri.W <kly. U"?r y-Ti W* l? All vertiwinenU from a distance, or from transient dtr customers, must be paid In advance. TI N SURANCE. jlFFERSf)\ IYSUitVYCE CO. OP SC >TTi?V!LLEt ALBEMARLE CO., VA. Aacit Capital ? $150,000 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF Cl?ARLOTTSVILLE, VA. C ?..$100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. oy PirrsBUKOix, pa. Ci?ita1 $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF IIVKRISBCHG. FA. Cinut - $300,00" J Quaker City Insurance Co. OF l'llILADEI.l>iIIA, PA. dirtttt-? ? ?500.000 'PUC?bo** Comp.mle<t h.nvin<Hppolut?<! th. nnder I ;!sn?l tli-ir Aeent Tor Wheeling, nn.l Ttcinitr. ucgM r?j*clft?llj "ollclt the (Mlruniuro oftli# putiHc....

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 November 1860

CO^Pfi riwwsg?^"'' TKRHB^-ljiaT, deil**?*I In cny,p?rw8ric, 10 ?nt? Dittr, by rr>?n,t? s^ouic^?. 46.00 Tw-^BMaT, by man, in advoncv 8,00 It ? 1-ot' . > -WH EEL I N G: Saturday Morning, Nov 10,1880. The Noble Guard of Prince William. - No Republicans of tbe Slate deserve a greater meed of praise than the Republi can?.?df Prince William county, ?whoae vote at Occoquan is recorded in onr col umns " to-dky. They hare beaten all the other candidates at that precinct, and if that isn't glory enough in a county that has nearly three thousand, slaves, we are not a judge of tbe article. To such firm, brave, good men as John Underwood, Wm. Athey, John Wright, and others, of that county, are tbe Republicans of the. State indebted for this Therraopplae vic tory. All bail 1 say we, to tbe noble Re publicans of Prince William. Better and Better* Tho returns from Brooke and Hancock, published-io-day,.show that' in ther three, gounties of. tbe Panhandle, so for heard from; the -Republicans ha...

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. — 10 November 1860

r^argBBt Circulation of any Paper in Westers Virginia. Saturday Morning, Nov-10,1860. ^^^COMPANY A, ' VIRGINIA. STATE FEXC1BLE8. ..nir tE WILL DB \S ADJOURNKD MKKTING I of the CompMiy, on Saturday eTcaiug, No*. loth, ,ilie:r \rmnrv. ltanineas of importance will tw I ? Mill ?P t,le Company. The member*, and ,, .?hrr. wishing to unit* u!tf> the Company, are Z??tlrr?iae?tcd tobcpri?ut. rtr? ' A. LORIXG, ComMt. J C Stuns, Secretary. uorlO-lt ^yXiuuT School.?J. II. Cooke will Cjita a new term of night school in the South Wheeling Public School House, on J!ond#r evening the 12th insl. jj^-Tuk Cowtv CotitT was in session ifiirrdny, hut transacted no business of ..obiic importance. rg*TuE PAPEK8.?We hear of a fellow ?bo attempted to vote on election day, ;aj when asked to show his papers, drew ,? :t'j j iiir.iou from the penitentiary. j^VtsTEitniT was one of those rainy, (Sisajtreeable days which always come upon Q5 ai this season of the year. From mor ning v'.l night the rain came down ...

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. — 10 November 1860

"Don't. be^airald. of TTliltU dirt, young gentJenSSk-' WMt !t JUft? - Why, nothing Bt3JWBfa^l5S^CylieQ chKiofcilly riei?ed. Bab a ]&tl?uart*U?lK>n. that 'dirty gtf*Je ?pot' on. vonr coat, ?nd it undergoes a change, and becomes soap. Now rub It lrisft&ltftielvater, aridit disappear!; it is nether grease, soep, water, nor dirt.? That is not ? TCrr odorous pile of dirt you observe .there. Well, scatter a little gyp som over it, and it is uo longer dirty.? Everything roa call dirt is worthy of yonr notice u stadcnts of cfctnttlry. Analyze it! It will all sepcrate very dean ele ments. Dirt mikis corn, com makes bread and meat, and thai makes a very sweet yonng lacy that I saw ou of yon kissing !asi night. So. after"*!!, yoa were kissing dirt, parlicurly If she whitens her face with chajk or Fuller's earth. There is no triiiag, "yonng gentlemen, -what is dirt." DICK'S ACCOUNTANT AND DISPATCH PATHBT. JTlc fadtrt Claims at iin' miitilnrTjirf cmH protected by At Cm* Km iiTi qf Omu...

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. — 12 November 1860

w^ggBaagiiggg I rn TrruurVin-i~rga^i A '?. -:l. s.uAi; ' ???' ir'cnt\ (?!?; ? 5 * ? '/""'i-ilkv / 'LA~' JilLl' WimfEEaTOE' W3" kicWi uX? ii: i-i ,'.:.vi *.\: fe-kOft. ;<?> dWAl VOLUME 9. WHEELING, Y2L,MON??T MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, I860, NUMBER 67. PltlATIU> AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & STDEBMOT, j jXTBlIilCEKCER BUHDCVGS, X. E. corner qf Quincy and Jtain-SU. T TH3 Tt M S : D?ilT,(bjr mail, payable in advance).- .15,00 By the Vcfk .... 10 Tri-nVfWr, (per year,payable hr advance,) 3,00 Adrart tring-done on r m utile tfefaig.' r All advert&emanta fiom a distance, or from transient city cnilomen, most be paid in advance. Tl N S URANCE. JEFFERSON INSURANCE C0.| OK SCOTTSYILLE, ALBEMARLE CO., VA. ActtAL Capital .$160,000 albemarle Insurance co. OP CIIARLOTTSV1LLE, VA. C.iPlTAt, $100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH. PA. Capita1 $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF HARRI3BURO, PA. C \ flT.it $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Ctfitil- - - $...

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. — 12 November 1860

CAMPBELL ft K'DEEHP-T, KBITOKS i?? FEOPBHTOU. ] Mirers ta city, per week, 10 piTtr, Wr.iiilfii! idflPC6i ' ? P? !^TnBaM._^ii^to^?d?mnce^r? WO w H E E L ING: Mond&y Mornin^i Sot. 12,1880. Tbukoby.?Bead the piece underthis bead on our first page. ? "V r Knnk ??r Preiton Cemmtjr. pfeston county, ***j out on Cheat riv- . er, among the Chesnnt ridges, rolls up 150 votes for Lincoln, which is snrprassingly wonderful *nd splendid, and altogether unexpected. We most begin to think ?0$ Abe" has carried the State. If the election was to do ovei again, his friends would have considerable ambition that *?J* . Well Sa? Kuan OoMtj. We publish the election returns from five precincts in Mason county this morn ing, by which it will be seen that Lincoln has 51 votes. The returns do not include P'oint Pleasant, the county seat, and we think that our correspondent undershoots the mark in bis guess at 20 more. Any how, 70 votes in Mason county will do.? It 1* glorious. All praise to the noble Re pu...

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. — 12 November 1860

laiitr Largest Circulation or any Paper in Western Virginia. "63#: , Monday Morning, Nov-12,1860. ScnooL.?J. H. Cooke will open ft new term of night school in the Sooth Wheeling Public School House, on jlondny evening the 12th inst. ggflr is the height of the ambition of monv young gentlemen from the rural dis tricts to become Jehus. They tnink that to be regularly seated upon the seat of a painted stage coach or omnibus, is the verr acme una perfection of human bliss here below; though they would find out differently when they cnine to "bide the peitings of the pitiless storm," nnd brave 3]1 kinds of weather. On Saturday, a gjeen yonng man?that is, a man who jUCj not know a great many things that other people are supposed to be familiar jjtli?applied at the omnibus yard, near the Monroe House, and wanted to hire.? I He interrogated as to his capacity to handle the ribbons whan his answers being highly satisfactory, of course, he was told Vhilbe would be required to drive a mail a-a...

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. — 12 November 1860

s-u.1 .j,1' (fA'MPBELL & M'DEKMOT; niTOU A*D FBOPB1KTOBS. T KftUft?Dinr, IdiTind la city, par oed^ 10 c??t? Suit, by mail, to adTaoce__.. $6,00 Tu-Wtmi, by mall, fh advance, 8,00 ' 'Wjrm.T.by m?n, inadvaace, : 1,00 WHEELING: Tne?day. Morning, Hov. 13,1860. (Mlclal Vote at the Panhandle. Bdl. BrwV. Un. Done- -Total. Hancock 33 362 2S* 86 634 ~ " 3 17? 451 17# 78 87B ..;..1199 914 769 715 MOT Marshal 990 871 195 106 2101 2305 2?5 1390 ~3S4 7275 This rote shows that Breckinridge, has a majority over Bell of-103; that Bell has - a mtjori^ over Ljneoln of 909; and Lin cola it majority of 412 over.Don gins. It la the largest aggregate rote ever polled in the Panhandle?some 850 more than in 1856 and abont 2,429 more than in 1859. The combined opposition liavo a majority of 309 ovei'tbe combined Dem- j ocracy. In the same counties, in a poll of 4,844, Goggin bad 172 of a majority orer ; Letcher; and Bncbanan, in a poll of 6,230 j votes, bad a majority of 438 votes over I Fillmore: so th...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 November 1860

It*. Largest Circulation of any PaporTni Western Virginia.-ffi#' i Tuesday Morning, Nov-13,1860~ ] C 0MPA5TY B, Virginia Wide Awakes. -.ror war- mkbt at hoiixbkook's hall, 1 V ihis etMiing, fnrdHII. Lht erery member be nr onlcr of TI10S. 1IOKNBHOOK, "UlS . Chief Marahkl. ! [&T.\ Hist jx "Season.?that win ter is coming upon us, it is well to-pre- I unt gas metres from being frozen up. AU that need be done is to inclose the metro | in a box, jiacking in a quantity of saw | dUSt. ' j^MoTTO FOR TUB NfiW StVLK OK BOS- ! ETS?The rage for bonnets in the fash-[ jooablc w'orld, jiist nb.*, is. n. profusion of '?;aornaments, leaves, etc. The bonnets f lhe height of this style, look as if their nwrers had run their heads through the jtuelrj cases of a Gift Book Store. The ?er motto for thcra would be "My giH l>o on my liwui." fgjfX Ucsaway.?Yesterday n horse rinaway with a buggy, starting from the jj 4 S. Bank, and going up Main Street jit a breai-ueck speed. The horse had not ?one far ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 November 1860

xmrmk1 , iJ OMlPHBAM. > BT-PONIKGO. ; .?? f. ?? '? . 0*flrtbeT*leof raoniory, Ov?r tbe realm ofpaat times, Mir ^njW thoughts eo flying To the music of soul-yorn cblmcs. Iliie toalarorite shadow That llrea'neat h the swaying limbs Of a willow whoM leaves are singing, Staging tM iwwtoit hymns. Ami I clasp a form to my basom, . While my lore-thoughts all other* ?clip??, And ftndly a? ever I'm pressing A soft hand to my lips. Ami there I sit till the stars* thoughts Am written all orsr the sky; Tilt the Tillage clock U blddlOR ' The evening a'-sullen gooa-oyo. ' I weave a.jnsath of rosebuds Andl>rald them Into her hair.. i While her lip* arc softly dropping The sweotest.wonls on tbo air. ? . - 'I As if the sunbeams were shining . j .On the clover blossoms or June. " And there till the wings of morning Have gathered within them thoeast. Unwilling to part,we linger. Prolonging lovers dainty feavt. THE ONIiY ARTICLE. Unrivalled in Market, WITH IMMENSE - - ' ' ? HOME & EUROPEAN DE...

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. — 14 November 1860

4 ? w .\ 32 ? /. NUMJJKK 69 IN?/' NOVEMBER 14, 1860 WHEEL s?ldlfJlV* l'JIl.YlKD AM) I'UBUSIIKDBY V CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, lXTBr,LIOEMCBR BDIM>lSOS, jV. E. corner of Quinay and JUain-SU. T IS R M S : Dally- (by mail, payable in ailwuii*,).- ....$5,00 r.y the Wecic ,?? ' 10 Tri.UVekly- (per y oar, payable In ailvnnce,) 3,00 jgy Advertising done on reasonable terms. Ail advertisements from ft distance, or from transient city customers muit be paid in advance. .r. ?INS UBA NCE. JBFFERSM IffSIJRiNCE ?0. OF SC0TTSVILI.E, ALHKMA1:I,E CO., TA. ACtoM. CAPtTAL... fl50,000 ALBEMARLE "INSURANCE CO. OK C11ARLOXTS VILLE, VA. C.vriTAL, ...... $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. Capital $500,000 Commonweal Insurance Co, of iiAimisnunG, pa. Cititai $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Ctrrt-U. .......... $500,000 rillfK about Companies havingappoiutcd the nnder tindr A pent for Wheeling, and vicinity, irouM respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. ...

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. — 14 November 1860

CAMPBBLI. & MDERMOT, EDITORS -IXD PHOPBJKTORS. TERMS.?Suit, dellrerad In dly, per 10 mu D&D.T, by malt; In ad**n<*?.............-J&,00 Tw-WraiT, hr mail, in advmnc^ 3,00 WUXLTillj tasO, InBdTWKW, 1,0" W H B E L I jToT Wednesday Morning, Ho v. 14, I860 t The Llneolii Vole, ' Tbe liinoolD rote in tho State, thus far, stands: Hancock 254; Brooke 118; Ohio ? 769; Marshall 195; MonoojraHa 77; Pres ton 160; Huon 71 ; Loudon 25; Fairfax 24; total, 1,747? We have yet to bear frem Wood, which will give a considerable vote; likewise Wayne. Will our fHends in all the coun ties report the Republican vote by letter. It will never appear in the orthodox sheets. They suppress it in most in stances, like tbe Wheeling Union did the Preston county vote. LnrcoiJJ carries the State of New York by 61,766, according to yesterday's Tribune. Bell carries Missouri and Tennessee, ac cording to tbe last appearances, with still a sbow in this State, ns, witness this from the Richmond Whig of yes...

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. — 14 November 1860

I 1circulation of any Paper in I^^Ltar* VirgjSa^? IduES lay Morning. Nov-14.1860. I NOTICE. ... stork, ONH riANO, BOXED. ?\'"r'vZl J- B- Mowv, consign?"! to S. llaudley, I.... Sail''will ttke notice, faM Pl ?"e to 1'V <*?**?>nn,e" | MORRISON & CO. |i? ?? ?-fin" CoCSCiL?Re?ulau Meeting. I , uul'.r monthly meeting of the City ? Veil -VA5 last evening. I*' , biI;3 n ud from the committee on |A'.\? were vrdered to he paid. The J'4"" " .;5ted of Aldermen's fees,. Jail I 5 ^ltT works eases, fire depurt ? ' . ic _ju all about five hundred dol ?'!' f0aimittee on water \\ ater works, Ithat they had examined the re ? ?L . \[ 1!. Reed, Collector, and found ? ?L-assessments of water reufs for I U to be $25,268 41. I -'. Council appropriated three or four ? '? . pilars to llie Street Commission ? ir the wharf, and to pay for j ? 't ,0..e on the streets. M * * V.xton, Esq., the agent appoint ? J.*5' the tity to arrange her railroad ?' V'orteJ having made fa.-orable pro ? tint end. Tiie ...

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. — 14 November 1860

G5B? ? .. . 4-i?? ??>? ? wet. L*iy Franklin's devotion to (he mem ory or Her hosbnud, and her unwearied efforts to solve the mystery of his jo*lit, bare oiadtt ber known to the world, and awoelated hor name with all those which Illustrate the patient fidelity of women. It il mnlnly to uerresohitiuu that the mys tery was cleared. The M'Ulintock Kxpo. ditiou united especially under her nmpives, and hers Is the honorable renown not only of Answering a question of which her gov ernment dlipnlred, bntforsenling tbe fame of ber husband by discovering that be was in tbe way to bave solved the great Arctic problem when jealous Death inter fered. She lately arrived in this country, with wbich tbe heroism of Dr. Kaoe and the liberality of Henry Grinnell bad created for ber peculiar and most interesting re lations. She has been travelling among as, sad is everywhere received with that (jaict respect which -T? wbo Mim ia aSrctaoo tlul b.fa, ad uduw, Te wko Uitw ia the femur nlanil>rf?? nu...

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. — 15 November 1860

VOLUME 9. MMMJ AND I'LDLl.SHKD 11? CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iXTBIillGESCER Bl'ILDINGS, .V. Kcnrner qf Quiitcy and Main-SU. X 133 R. M ? : Mi;r.(1iy nml!, payablo in ndranee,).... $5,00 >r I'it - 10, rMrM>y.v*(P?ry?ir,payaMeifc ?<I ranee,) 3,00 jjy Artrertiriug dono ou reasonable terms. All H'lrertisement, from a distance, or from transient I HjCi?toai?ni, moat be paid In otlmnco. N I jjfFFEM MSUUANCE ?0.1 Of SC0TTSVII.r.E, AMESjiRK CO., VA. HcicilCiW"' '? - $150,000 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. " OF CIlAltLuriiiVlLLF,, VA. ;???, pcBylvauia Insurance Co. of pirrsacxau, pa. $300,000 I Commonwealth limes Co, OF JtARRISBURG, I?A. mler City Insurance Co. OF PHIL ADELPHI A, PA. CiPif*1? - .....$500,000 ffiUR'aboTo Corapanlfa havingappol&ted the under [ th"ir Agent fur Wheeling, and vicinity, *TinU respectfully oolicit the patronage of tho public, c,:.? Companies are well known to be first cliuw offices. AJll*** promptly adjnsted. N.C.ARTHUR. Agt. Office over the Ibink of Wheeling....

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