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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 November 1860

gftfff-giWm^mctx CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITORS ArrD PEOPBIKTOES. mUUr-4uLillditcndI>dlyl|ier?Hk,10eaiti Dint, by mail, in adrmoce? 45,00 *i Tc-Whjlt, bj m*il, in MlTxure?.? 8,00 Wxxxlt, try mu,{otdn?v? Ifiu WHEELING: Thursday Horning, Hov-15,1860. WoodCocsty reports 81 votes for Lin coln. Whole vote so fir 1808. .m' ' ' 1 ? KSEnrr, in the telegraphic synopsis of his ?peecb, this morning, says that Mr. Bu chanan is "pledged to secession," and that he will he held to his. pledge. What infamy in a President to he even snspicioned of such a pledge. 0 > DoaglM in Blcbniond. The Richmond Whig says that the friends of Douglas, in that city, stood by their chieftain most gallantly, and attest ed ? their irreconcilable hostility to" Dis unionism aad the bogns Democracy led by Yancey. Laure.ce M. Keitt, one of the most pestilent demagogues that ever cursed any country, has been making one of bis characteristic speeches at Columbia, South Carolina. He talks about the "accursed TTnion....

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. — 15 November 1860

Ipff gntdHijeum I K Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. S? Thursday Morning, Nov-15,1860. Elopement.?A dny or two since, a young couple boarded the steam e, (jrev Eagle at Owensboro' in n rather fcl5tv and confused manner, which excited the suspicion of the officers. It was soon i.(.ortiiiiied, however, that the couple were ?akin? flight from t,u?ir olvn State to Indi iiis. for the purpose of being joined in neJlock. The uirl was boundless and hoVplcss, as .-lie was called on at theCiith ?i;c school by her suitor with a hack, be fore she could prepare her clothing and toilet, and rather than risk her chances, the concluded to go as she was. The boat came up the river, and the groom, after se iectinj an elderly gentleman on board ,0 go .with him to a county clerk's office ,r.l indorse for him as the father of the ritl, procured the necessary license and a isioistcr, ?nd soon after the twain w'ere ?aide one flesh. AH on board seemed to sake an interest in the affair,...

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. — 15 November 1860

Ilmi ?tuo KlU7'a Dream. Mr. Editor.?Did job not, in yonrjroutb, ever hoar snag the ballad *of "Mary's Draa." How strange it is that so maoj- "bright particular stars'* of genius, rucb as the writer of this piece was, should hare let themadres down to the lerel of brutes br drink! John Lowe was Tutor in the fam ily of the Airds. at Cillonr, Scotland, and wrote this ballad oo the loay, at sea, of the voting officer who had been br trott ed to oae of the Miss Airds. while, be (Lowe) was engaged to her sister. Bnt he came to this country, married another voraaa, and died rerv miserable from dis sipation, is lit South, about '98. it is snn^ to the tune of Barns' "Adieu, a -heart-warm, foad adieu." lad dDaabefl flw highest lull *?r the Kwrw of Sat, !?< fmrtrrt if jnntora miminit ?Her ?a!r?ir llg^t ootoMr aal tree. Whan Mary lay her down to sleep. (Herthougbts on Sandy, tar at sea.) Bat soft and low a voice ia heard. Saying, "Mary, *?p no more fiir inc." She from ber pDloir qenOj raised...

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. — 16 November 1860

' J J *><?'. YOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA.,FRIDAY MOItNTtfO: NOVEMBER 16,1860. NUMBER 7" PRI.NTF.D. AND I'UBLISUKD BY MATffPBELI. & MPDERMOT, iST13I'?'IGENCJBI1 .V. ?? ?f?" ?/ aml Main-&i. tkrms-. p,itj,(by mail, payable in 8'Q0 .j. AjTWtWng "I""? on reoaonalile term*. , .I -KertUenienta from * distance. or from tranalent rUy t?.i..m?ra. mMt b? paid In adraate. ' IN S URANCE. iffiFEKSOS ISSliltAStE CO. nv ccottsvillk, albkmable co? va. U?.T?I - ? $150,000 tLiiv.tf- Capital mbemarle INSURANCE CO. rlw of CIIARLOTTSVILLE, va. ^ ClTI"1 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. __ fcioo.ooo tommonwealth Insurance Co, OF KARRISBORG, PA. - = -?IS00>000 Maker City Insurance Co. H OF PUILADEI-I'inA, PA. , $500,000 ClMTU ^ ' Companion havingappolnted tlio nnder- ] Turned tlieir Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, ^,u nHocctfully solicit the patronage of the public. SScimwniM nrc well known to beflr?tclasa offlcea. promptly aborted. Jf.C.ARTnOR, Agt. ? office overthe Bank of \\ he...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 November 1860

editors mo rnramu. T*KJ?a^-I)An.T, deli-rtr?l la city, per n?k, ] W H E ELIN G : Friday Homing, yOT. 16, i860. "las Coxsebvativs Sid*.'*?The ex it Adn oiidor this head on onr first page, aw worthy a careful reading. A* lBttrciU>( Lctttr. Tor a. view of what the fathers of the BepabHc thought and said about the right to sacede, see the opinion of Madison, pub lished on oar first page. WkwUa* Calm Again. We called attention the other morning, j lo the fact that the Wheeling Union had suppressed in its columns the Lincoln vote of Preston county, some 150 in Bomber. It performed the same mean trick again yesterday morning. It published the same table which we published from the Par kersburg Knct, save and except the Lin coln vote. By the Union't table, it would not appear that a single-Lincoln vote bad been cast in Wood county, whereas, by the correct table, uumaugled by the Wheeling Union, there were 81 votes. It takes a paper that was mean enough to publish the garbled extracts fro...

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. — 16 November 1860

?ilj ftttellfjettcet Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-?* Friday Morning, Nov- 16, 1860. ~ Adventures of a Fast Young Wo waS Mrs. Slroble, a young married wo man, lives >n Martinsville, over the river, ghe comes over to this city diurnully, and visits the shops and parades the streets, seeking whom she may take in and '-do" for. dbe stole some clothing from a store' ou Maiu street, not long ngo, nnd was fol lowed over the river by officer Pender, who, after wandering around several miles at the heels of this female, succeeded in reclaiming the goods, but let the woman go, partially because to have prosecuted her would have entailed a trouble and ex pense that the oflicer did not feel disposed to incur, and partly because Mrs. Stroble promised to quit stealing, and be decent and respectable. Instead of learning Mrs. ?: a lesson for the better, this affair only aude her worse, nnd a short timo after wards we find her baying wall paper in I'cntre Wheeling, under ...

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. — 16 November 1860

HARBLi Ortr JOB relley?an til* utlier ?Me? flow ? rifar of weter bright, AM Mabel oraMttl over lt? cryrtel *??, to a I*Bd or inriiMunK light. Hli* rucked tUo ?Hor? In ? pearly bout, And ttie oarsman I did not u*i Bat ebclw of glory around tier ?bone, . Uk* glMma or eternity. One ?Ur wu will In t|ie puleru ?ky, Bat It* light wiu Ruling ?w?r, When Mel*l. the beuutlrol Uebel, Ml Aaleep at the break of day. She Ml aaleep, and tier gohleu carta Lay over her aainted cheek; AM abe looked like one In a quiet dream, Who aronld waken again and apeak. That warbling roice ia forever huh erf, A nd ita minetrelay ooniea ns more. Bat baanUlbl betaga will hear eweet at rain a, Away oa the otlier ebon. Ovrr yon vmlley?oa the other aide? Flow, a river of water bright, Aad Mabel a mill over ita ailvary waree. To a lead of earpae^og Ugbt. D.L. 0. Him Wonss.?A happy woman! is not the the very sparkle and sunshine of life? A woman who is happy because she can't help it?whose smile even the coldest sprink...

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 November 1860

mmmm. Ai'J^ -1. > i ;-??? ?f il-i .M .11 frrrt n f Tvupctwiin ? ^ ? r 1 :ER 17, 1860 VOLUME 9. '? ?* ?rb2 ? WHEEWNG, VA ~SA l t:unA' NUMBER 72. pi.i.Yji.n AKiM'Unusniip uy f -] CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iXTEIiHOESCKR BVILOIXCS, ' I A*. X. corner nf Quincy and Main-Sit. T "H3 K M S : Daily, (by mail, payable in advance,).. 00 By the W.-ek 10 fri-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance.) i. 3,00 \ -lvortising dune on reasonable terms. All a ilvortlsements from a distance, or from transient c|ty customers, must be paid in advance. ?INSURANCE. jeffeksm ixsuraxce COL OF SC0TT3VILLE, aldemaulb co., va. AcTf.a Capital....... .$150,000 albemarle Insurance co. OF Clf ARLOTT3VILLE, VA. C > ['ITAL. ?100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITrSRUHOH, PA. CirltAIi $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF IIARRISBURO, PA. Ci?Ml $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. - $500,000 mnE aline Committal liHviiiEappointe<l the under I "if'1" ?"? Wheeling, and vicinity, w,?ld respectfu...

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 November 1860

CAMPBELL & K'DEEXOT, EDITORS AKO PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Dixit, deUrtnd in ciVy, per week, 10 cent* Dajit, by mail, in ?draoce 45.00 Tu-ffrair, by mill, in advance 3,00 _ Ws?u.T,liy mill, inadTWKe*. 1,00 W H eTe 'l I N o V ~ Saturday Morning, Wot. 17,1860. Qo-r. Letebtr Calls the Legislature. . Got. Letcher, as will be seen by the telegraph, has ordered an "extraordinary session" of the Legislature of this State, on the 7th of January next. His Excel lency, we suppose, has fully matured the disunion programme of which he gave us a foretaste here in Wheeling, during his treason speech. W? think, however, he will find his game blocked by the people of the State before the 7th of January rolls round. Read Judge Field's letter, Gorcrnor, and see what he tells yon about Western Virginia. You had better take his advicr, or, onr word for it. you will turn np missing in those parts. Wb publish by request, the letter which appears in our columns this morning, from Judge Field, of Charlottesv...

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 November 1860

atln f ateUiiff Largest Circulation of any Paper in Westers Virginia.-?# Saturday Morning, Nov-17, i860. jaf The Hkknan FusTrvAr,.?We were j aJi(,nisheii to observe the state of excite- | mrni into which t'ue people of this city and i young America in particular, were thrown ' !,r the arrival of ilecnnu and his com- J [anion?. > In the afternoon a report was circulated thai ileeiian had aVrived. A waggish fliownian con sented to personate the-'Boy,'< ;i?.l was introduced to a number of anx ious gentleman of the Hibernian persua sion, who had come a considerable distance I to sci- Hie bruiser, md who, upon being ' introduced lo the wag in question, shook |.:ra na.mlv by the hand and nsked him ;orecount the scenes of the great battle ol Ksniborntigh, which he did so glibly and readily as to almost shake their credulity j this means the wag managed to <-hist ' ia several swallers of suthin strengthinin,'; I -itic oipense of his new friends, and got taken i? <? see his own s...

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 November 1860

A BAY-DRBAH. IT PAdBE CART. If feocy do not *11 deceive; ^?TdrauM h*vr*aytmtli. Tfcy Jova nut mumou back to it? The glories of my youth: Tor if but hope unto my thought Such txuawnnmlion brine*. >Uy not fruition have the power To change ail outward things Corae, then, aadioot into mine eye, Til] faith hath left no rt.uliU So nhalt tbon feet in them a light That never can go oat, Or lay thy hand upon my hair. And keep it black as night. The treaaea that had felt thy touch Would shame to turn to mrtiiUi. To me it were no miracle, 'Ifwbeo I hear fbee speak While lilliea round my tifeck thonld bloom And roaei in my cheek; Or if thejoy of thy care* The wonder of thy smilea. Smoothed all my forehead out *?"*??. Am perfect a? a child's My Hp is trembling with such bliss As mortal nerer heard: My heart, uniting to itselC Keeps singing l>ke a bird; And while about my tasks I go, Quietly all the day, I could laugh out, as chi'dren laugh. Upon the htlli at play. O, thou, whom fiuicy brin...

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 November 1860

tjfi?iiijJ5 r?**!?#J *? Jtir. s VOLUME 9. WHEELING, g-g~- ' , ' " " WrtXTKi) AND 1'UUMSIIKD BY ?AMPBELL &M'DERMOT, Bt'lLDlNQj), y. K. cornrr of Qniiicy ami Main-Stt. TERMS: jU!r.(br mail, payable in at! ranee,).- $5,00 Cj',!.r HVok - . 10 |!j;.W?Uy,(po"'J:',r,payable in advance.) 3,00 iy.\ilrcrliBliig done on reasonable term*, ill atKerttoenwnt* from a dixtance, or from transient (j,yoastoin?i*> must be paid In adraiice. ?I NSU RANC-E,^ JEFFERSON IWfiMCE CO. of sc.itt.-vit.i.k; albiimarle Co., va. ArrrU Ciwtal ^...$160,000 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. or Clf AKLOrfSVJLLK, VA. li'lfltAl? .$400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK PITTS1H7KGH, PA. t\Tittt - ~ v $300,000 ImiMweai Insurance Cn, OF HAURISIWRG, PA. .$300,000 luakcr City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. ?t $500,000 IffiUE Companies liavingappointed the under | ti'uxl their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, ^cld r^pectfully ^oHrit the patronage of the public. Slid Companies are well known to hefirstclass offices. 4)]t prom...

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 November 1860

EISEeh CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Daiit, cleltTftrod In cily, p? \rctk, 10 cenu DiiLT, t>j mall, Id mdTancc?., .$5.0" Tu-lfxmr, by mall, lu mlraaCTy S,"0 fftmr, by mall, lnailv*nc?,.~ 1,00 .W H E E Ij I M G: Monday Morning, Kov. 19,1860. The synopsis of the speech of Bon E. D. Baker, the newlj- elected U. S. Senator from Oregon, which -we publish this morn ing, is worthy at attentive perusal. Sena tor Baker will mnke his mark in the Sen ate when be gets there, or we are greatly deceived in the man. The revolutionary spirit in the South is evidently subsiding, and in a very short time we shall have nothing more of it.? This was to be expected, for what single line can any man point out in the massive vol ume of Abraham Lincoln's speeches, which justifies the charge of "sectional ism," or what word or sentence w.bich in dicate a desire to interfero with the con stitntionaijrigbts of the South ? . Rend his responses to Douglas's interrogatories; and if ...

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 November 1860

tA. Largest Circulation, of any Paper in Western Virginia. -ffi? Monday Morning, Nov-19, I860. _ ijigrEMav business^ rann should call at jofi Main street, and get a Diary for 18G0. ? ^ ? Uolu ATT JIM PT at Ahso.v.?Some weeks since we reported the destruction of the locomotive house of the Pittsburgh and Cleveland Railroad, located in theborongh of Manchester, by which ten locomotives were badly damaged by fire, and the com pany sustained a very seriir.is lo3S. It was then supposed that the building had been fired maliciously, and since that time, the officers of the road have kept ft strict watch, fearing that an attempt might be mndc to destroy the extensive machine and repairing shops of. the company, loca ted on the bank of the Ohio river, in the upper part of Manchester. This vigilance was induced by the observance of suspi cious characters loitering about the bor ough after night, and increased by an un successful attempt to fire the extensive block of buildings occupied by Mes...

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 November 1860

The large-picture in the last ranch, is called "The Next Dance," and. represents Mandemoiselle Columbia in full dress, toi lette, Punch and the Prince of Wales.? Punch is introducing the young people and says:?"Now my boyl There's your pretty cousin Columbia?you don't get such a partner as that every dayl" The Punch also publishes the following: THE NEXT DANCE. Yes. dance with Mm tail*, and bright as they are. Believe on he's worthy those snnshinysniiiea, Wave o'er him the Has: of (he.Strlps and tlleStar, And gladden the heart of theQuoen oftlie Is'.es. TTe thank yon for all that liaa welcomed I'im?niMt For the sign of true love that you hear the Old Land. Frond hoireieof all that hid ancestor lost. You restore It, in irfving that warm, loving hand. And wo'U claim, too, the omen. Fate's looking "rArid'Vate only knows the next tnne she wUI play. But if John an.l his cousin Join bands lor the Dance? Bad luck to the parties who gat In their way. THE ONLY ARTICLE. Unrivalled in Market, ...

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 November 1860

'fVfcttfi VOLUME 9. WHEELING,:VA., TUESDAY TL*:"". "y 7 ""v NUMBER 74. I'KINTKP AM) PUltLlSIIED BY iMPBELL & M'DERMOT, LtBIMCENCEK BOLDINGS, X K. ?"<?"?T "J V"'"cy aud Main-Sit. TERMS: I n,r mail. payable in advance,)-...... .$S,OC I ? 10 Lff?,k!y,(l*r year.payable 1" advance,) 3,00 mtir VdvertWng done on reasonable terms. I ,jVtfrtfcKMnenti! from a distance, orfrom transient \ cttoiaen. mn?t be paid ii> advance. ??.._ _J - ? - ?I N/S URANCE. fliE^tttoerco. of sr.TTTSVir,i.K, ALBE^Xiir.* CO., va. L nil Ciii"1 $100,000 lbemable INSURANCE CO, r,LU OF ClIAItLUTTSVIJ.LE, VA. ^W'000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. 1 OF PITTSBURUH, 1?A. ,.$300,000 limonwealth Insurance Co. OK HARRT8BURO, PA.* - $300,000 laaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. IririL ***>#* L,,g aiKircCutnpaniea liavingappointed the nnder J ' ii'nt*I their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, I aid ft^prttfully solicit tho patronage of tlie pnblic. Hi,? miariiesar** well known to ben rot class offices. i 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. — 20 November 1860

mm CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, 8D1T0B8 AND PROPRIETORS. TKRlIS^-DillT, doliTor?-J in cily, par week, 10 centa Dailt, by mail, iu ftdnnct,. -....$5,00 Tmx-wxmci.Y, by mail, iu luivnivcty..? 3,00 WxnLT, by mail, In advance, 1,00 W H E E I. I N G : Tuesday Morning, Hov. 20,1860. Our telegraph-column this morning con tains some news about the California elec-'* tion. Old Abe is running very well? much better than any of his friends sup posed be would, a month ago?but it is more than likely, ns the dispatch states, that Douglas will get tbo vote of the State. Much time and lnbor has been expended in the North, by unprincipled politicians, to create the impression that the sole cause of all the present excitement in the South, has been lirongbt about by the election of Abraham Lincoln. We don't believe one word of it?nor will the facts in the cose sustain the cbnrge. This question is made very plain by a Wash ington correspondent of the Philadelphia North American, in which the writer says 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. — 20 November 1860

ts. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. *GtS Tuesday Morning, BTov- 20,18607 j.JjfEvBRY busincsss man should call at 100 Main street, and get a Diary for 1801. ?QJ~JIakisc. a Levy.?Yesterday officers George and James St. Meyers and Scrog gins, proceeded to a bouse on Quincy street, to make a levy for debt. The head of the family WHS absent, and the bouse was occupied by the wife und daughter. The officers were about removing a suffi cient number of articles to satisfy the debt, when then they were violently re sisted, the women seizing a hatchet and other things that happened to be lying around loose, and determined to "fight lor their altars and their (ires." The re sult was a very lively engagement, in which one of the officers got a watch fob rut above his eye, another got scratched, :mtl the clothes of the woman were, to say the least, considerably mussed up. The officers brought the young woman down to Alderman \\ right's office, where she cave all bands a len...

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 November 1860

THE BLA&HEY STONK. BY JOHK 0. SAXB. Tn BUriWf Ceetle, od ? crumbling tower, Tbere 11m * etooe, (above jronr revlj reach,) Which to tb? Hp. Impart, 'tU aalil, tbo power Of facile tiliehood and pereuaai.e tpcecli; And hence, of one who Ulka in auch a too* Tba peaunUaajr, "Ilea kitted tlie JUartt#/ Stone. Time when I ee? some flippant too rut ?well ;*With aecrata wraated from an Bmpeivr: And bear him Tannt bU bwerj. and tell How once he ?nnbl*ed a MerqoU, I infer The ? *" ? back?If bilt t lie truth were known,? By way of Cork, a?d kiawd the BUroejr Stone! So wbeolheara aliaUoa-<l?ndj boeet : (In the Ion* ear that marka a.brother dance.) Wbat pcecknii favors ladles lip* hare iuet. To hia advantage; I m?p?t at once. The fellow's lrinc: that tii.dor alone? (Entmeh fur him)?ha* kissed the Elan.?r Stone. When tone One lady?ready to detune An absent beauty, with aa aweet a_ (trace? ?with eeemiOR rapture greets a bated name. And lands her riral to her wondering face; E'en Charity berae...

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 November 1860

!>tt ?trrv'ti VOLUME^. W HEELING, WEDNESDAY ttORN'lNU. XOVKMUKR 21, 1S60. NUMBER 75. ?- i* T,K,R:M73?.; vyiOTT Bit^iKiwyyyHipwis^SPCL w. or S09ST8VflGP*^'it?E>IA ltLE CO., VA. Aoro it CAfiTli"-*- .?$160,000 albemarle Insurance co, OF CIIAIlLOTTSYiLLE, YA. CirtTil. $100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK PlTTSUUKOir, PA. CAFITit : $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF IIARUISnUKQ, PA. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. CtfTOH $600,000 rfillF. above Companies havlnguppolnted the nnder ? signed their Agent. for Wheeling, and vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Companies are well known to he first class offices. All Insues promptly adjusted. N.C. ARTHUR, A gt. sepJW Office over the Dank of Wheeling. iETNA Insurance Co. of Hartford. INOOBPORATBTJ lSlO. Capital & Surplus, $2,104,100.02. The INCOME of this Company is DOUBLE that of any other Fire fn-mrmice Corporation in the United States. Assets, January 1, 18GO. Ca...

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