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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 14 December 1860

. ,WHjBEEISG: Friday Monday, 3ee-14,1880. Ax ialcrettiiir letter from oar Washing ?* ' . _ Tka P?t?? Wi? H?f"H?-Mgfct. Is to Ve?Tr?awiTtedS?g ai the ;; Athenenm to-nigbt. Tbe * c?H for the ; mt ie made irrespective of party, fcy old i and respectable catusens, *Uo 1?tc tb? j good of the country A heart. and we iiope - to seealstrge attendance?thai tbe meet- j log -will be placed upon siigbt basis, tbat j part/ -politics -rill tie rscheared, tbat the 1 tone of tbe meeting *511 le conc3Hn.tory and conservative in cthj rwpett, Md ' that nothing will be done to impugn the > motive* or the spirit of any portion of our . people. W? believe there is? rnioB?eo timent beu amounting almost, if sot ?n tbriy^to a unanimity., and ooflfing should j be dnt tojaeaun its -expression to-nigirt. j If CT?r there was a time for good feeling. | imjl ^|>iiin'mjr fif pBrtiliBn feyl* 1 log, it is sow, _ J Tax Bon. John Bell, of Tennessee, is out??long letter on Stsaaion, address ed to a gentleman in L...

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 December 1860

Largest Circulation of any -jt*aper Western Virginia. Friday Morning, Dec. 14, 1860. ?TT'-.- ... . - Ufctf-Holiday gOO'dVintlle greatest Vari ety nt 0. Xicoll & Bro.'s Variety Sto're: UNION MEETING! WE WOULD SUBMIT TO ALL FRIENDS OV oar Federal Union in this perilous exigency of Its existe iiw, lli? necesfity or giving some expression in reference to tlie presunt condition of political affair*. Surrounded as v e ire by difficulties and dangers, ?ach as have uevei be ore arUen in our past history at* a Nation fui.i jingle, it belioorefl nil wlio ilwire to preserve unimitaiictl the blessings of ciTii and rell giuui liberty, liuit by tmr voice and action we should demonstrate our ftttv-limeiit to the time-honored principle** of the Co:i*titution Hli.l the patriotic ef forts and labors of tlio-p who frntned it In the com prehensive spirit of freedom. We would. therefore, suggest to our fellow citizen* that no more appropriate day cuhl he chosen for the occasion. than Friday. Decembe...

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 December 1860

Os?' Way to Escape a Lectebe.?One niglft, ?fleffeSTlnft.kept up their frolic an- ] til a late hour, the Colonel rntuc home aomew^t- "ine-llo w('.' irtien bti-found bis wifeH*altiijjf-f6r him with a countenance that foretold a storm. The Colonei, whose face "had new-blanched before on enemy, j quailed before the just indignation of his better half. Instead ot going to bed, he took a seat, and resting his elbows upnn his kners, with hi* face in liH hands, seemed to be completely absorbed in grief.- j sighing heavily and uttering such excla mations as '"Poor Smith 1 poor fellow1"? His wife kept silent as long as possible, but at last vtas overcome-by-curiosity and anxiety. Inquired in a sharp tSne? "Wbiit's the matter with Smith ?" "Ah !" Mid the Colonel. "Bis wife is' giv ing him Gu'jast now." ' ? Mrs. Jones.was molifled by the joke and her wrath dissolved. BnTJiiSG.T^In the olden times, a feudal lord wn3 m~nc?~Bistressed~ that be could - not find a word that would rhyme with j porrin...

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 December 1860

^7 !' "T 7* J . ?:. ?' .- ' - ? ' " 1 ?- ? ? ? ?= ? ' S; ! '? ? ? - *? ' -?: ' '???-. * - ? - ? - : '??' ' "?-? - ?'? . ? ' * -. ? _ 4?<i rtamf: NUMBER 96. YOI/UME 9. CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, tST^IiilGENdEU BIJII.IJIXG?jj; ,y. ?. corner qf.Quincfa*# Main-SU. v. ?.,? * *i* - ? a-=?. i TERMS: > tily, (by mall. payable In advance,)?.....' ..$5,00 ily the Week ?...? 10 rrMVrekly. (per year, payable In ?Ir?ncc!)i 3,00 arf- A ivertlslng done on reasonable terms. All Itivertp-ementf from a distance, or from transient *-ity enstomers. must be paid in advance. " BUSINESS CARDS. T. SWEENEY & SON, (SUCCESSORS TO SWEENEY3 k BELL,) - MAKUFACmERS OF ? FLINT GLASSWARE, ChlnA) <iuocn8ware, Lampn, Giran* doles. Tabic Cutlery, &o.,!&c. Xo. 06 Main Street, WHEELING, VA. ?p C HILDRETH & BRQ. " S3 Mivin Street. Wheeling, V?. UnOLHSALK DKALKKS IN Shew iron, Y^tSSl, Shanghai Mutche., BS ~r?r' AVoodcn Ware, Ac. Agents for Howe's Counter andl'lMform Tht High'* x^*tt M&ciitfi* /7...

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. — 15 December 1860

It t i I IT t . r. ( i-' ?v-i. r ? ? hfjgt' *%r?rir%?r mSLIb mdrmacfc -*5,0Q 8,00 l,ou ?*? WHEEDLING: Saturday Morning', Dee-16.1860. : It is stated In a despatch from Washing- | . ,M .. Urn. ?rte-4wr??.?epe?^ tiwUtie??-ti??s, gej:j rctary^f State, i*?bont to resigi. Tax Oil Region of Pennsylvania m?m I ;gq, ^ w^>1 ! " . ?r?t supposed. Wells been sunk in j Venango, Warren, Mercer, *i>a m*uy other j western coontlea, and there are no less j than four famous points known as Mecca, - Oil Creek, Titusville, and Tideonte. Of , tb? three latter,great deal has been published, bat Mecca,! which is less known, appears to be hardly leas important From a statement in the Pittsburgh Evening . Chronicle we learn thai since the first well was snnk there, in February last, between six and seven hundred wells hare been put down, at an aggregate cost of S48.750, - and two weeks ago there were seventy-five engines in operation pumping oil- Each well involves au outlay of from $1,000 to $1,200 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. — 15 December 1860

*?. Largest Circulation of say ^aper m Westers Virginia. ? Saturday Morning, Dec. 15^J.860... j^-Tbe Union- XliBTixr. LaWKioht.? The Union meeting last nigUtfat the Atlie nseum. notwithstanding the cold weather, was largely attended, and a great unanimi ty and enthusiasm prevailed. Mayor Wilson wns called to tho Chair and X. Wilkinson appointed Secretary. Ou motion of James PaulI;\Ksq., a com mittee of sir was appointed to draft reso lutions expressive of the sense of the meeting. The committee retired, and much to the surprise of the people, The Hon. Sherrard Clemens was intro duced. He was greeted with applause.? He commenced by alluding to the unexam pled prosperity of the country, her posses sion of an abundance of produce, and all the elements of greatuess. and enquired the cause of the present political panic?? Wo have passed through a presidential contest under the forms of the Constitu-. tion, and South Carolina has determined not to submit. He said South Carolina had been 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. — 15 December 1860

. ^(ytbe Sfmojrfield fi T-.^If.JMm awre prone i l>jtadets~tbati"3t-a wedding Tl ' following .actoaUf occurred at * neighbor Is; tomr: la the midst of a crowd of witnesses. tht dM0iuui had jnst completed that 11 tmstinfc <tnooijr which biodi in tl direr bonds of wedlock two willit . hearts, aad stretched forth- bis bands '? implore the blessing of Heaven on U onion. At this point the etooduuu seeanjr the open hands reached out, su| - posed it wns rtie signal for htm to sarrei , der the (redding fee. which was burning i bis pocket. Accordingly, jnst as the rli '?'->*1jymari dosed his eyes in prajer. be ft ' U?e ^treasure of two sweatr half dolla npon his open palm. The good man her tated s noBrai, availed at the Jndicroo seas of his sHnation. but csoljr deposit, the monejio his pocket and proceed' with his devotion. A SaxriM-br Asztnte Eloqcence. "Tbe Court will please observe," said : Arkansas'lakrver, "that the gentleni: from the east has girentfaero a vr 15 lean ?deptixb. ...

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 1860

Rga .ioB Klaso {{csis , jjtft -p' c: fcj',?Tira yoi: 5 j* fefotfr-uiiM :?<i fejd?:a?JiB esvtft MPJ $30 sal c: g&f 900 *dj iSrisilT <b?*W fSL'J f - -''' '? <=?> gi X ilitw >H\ i-Jl-iXt tiyh!w sieo<fJ <! 1 Mom oTA, .ottxiiT'.?rt'XWJ rvSt^toeaifW?>i.S?E* -^iT v' /S?!i3 vT^Sf 9 qr>1 eli not brrcfiici ?"?>-' : '?; .?o "oa 5 i-ola"? iiiU'-s* fc'aXl ? s^?4 *of "if '?.???:.'?:? ? <-i:;.,;fT? cm {??-?hi: J??? -.-?':i' '? ?<?' .?? fcis* v>nv W< ?<?>?"!'** gafctast-' j"?n;?itso? Ja?tRI ibr doidl'i'HA i i**of ^ ^ojsvjfcn* 2' ? IT . . 7T m if k : . - .? -;~i ?.? -' - ??? / y ? ." , v; i! -' ? -v.- . ;??-.? -- ? ,2Xi; .05 i " 01 II ? .*?*> ? T -V! ,V 1.303 1 VTHLLIOEXq^B OCIT.DIKGS, ' X. ~J-~~crr'irr o/ Quhtcy and .\tain-SU. \.wu h ? m in > ifj$- Advertising 'lone on reasonable terms. All advertj-^mtmts fifom atils$ance, or from transient r?mtanicrs. miist be paid In advance. < ' BUSINESS CARDS. " T. SWEENEY & SON, (SVCCeffcbr.j ZO ...

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 1860

?? '4eli?ered wilhbat Anrprt 1 T.tfon; iro Uieigreat Tt?liiar, nqi onlj agTiins't tic .sgalnst-jts expedi-a manner,^ .opoii, the.beeXs'of such ? mad .and i *1 -mdrrmtml. 'The applause which gri ?~?ppakcr^wis conclusiveevidence on fi\ jecesiiop "tad little .sy mpn t by ,t.-_?iBding the extremej?ld,'and the inahili *1 ^4,..8joj(^,^.?arm ,the immense j*i?otmation: to - cease! jpeaking,; rhs was Izgi*eted :-with-cries of u'go- on P> "go onl"^ ^JJ?2?Fr55?? reaprutfons, dined to do more than to acknowledge 2T^e.*?oi>pljfc<a>|f oyii^ftiJ .the vuncomfdrta He'state of the'-hailding; and the lateness of the hoar. Alfred Caldwell, Esq., (Republican) of fered a? a substitute' for the last resolu tion, deploring the election of Lincoln as calculated to impair the harmony of the Union, the following: kttolvtd, That the Legislature of Vir ginia be reqneBted to send commissioners to those Northern States who have Per-, aonal Liberty Bills and ask their repeal. t\ When the vot$ was put a...

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 1860

C3- Largest Circulation of any Paper in ^ra.cou^ re water .he City Coun .. evening. The Major being fcbseti.t,, Mr., Andrew Sweeney mas called to the Chair, ?n motion of Mr. Jacob. There was not a . single spectator present when oWer was ' called, exceptthose attached to the Coun cil, and the meeting .was a very quiet one. The Committee on Water Works, to whom was referred the petition of Bailey, Wtiodward & Co., and other subjects, re ported that a rediiPtion of $53 ought to be nmde to the said firm?thai the Collector proceed immediately tn collect the water rent due from Bailey, Woodward & Co. tip to the loth of Soveiubcr?that the resolu tion of Mr. Porlics ordering the water to be ,lnit off fruiu'Bttc'iietiiwn?or from the - jttLC ii ?i of Piilinor? and PreMon streets? btvcarried into effect. ..-This Jatter portion Jlr. CaldtrelLregretted.thiit hf i p^5refl: floie 'zlie *6sitAtij^off i at the place indicated. Hfc read a remon strance from various citizens interested which ...

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 1860

Cumberland Cement, _ I JIM fiWiMW "?'? kikm TV uVw vM?r -is to It* , rpaistfjl ~ On tlip trtrw City Wnnjrodu, In rhe ~~Btvdv. It is aieo -xt?naiT?ijr pk4 on ?Jn .nwujr and noeteor il-e B.ltliMr>u4 OHo, and f}PWJ Va. .Kaflroadl *c_ &e. IltWnMMljrtitn imiaem^Kjrtated opou tlx Kew \Tafrr jrorix,in Baltitnur*. wbere it lias beau used in ill aittiatj 004 wliicb required work of the mw! ptrfti charotUr. In the construction of til* brick conduit, whicb is Mid to be the huipittz : qf work of lind (ntkt.OOtotlrn.OftI 100,000 bo SMb of tab Cement wen used. and .both engineer* and anperi or e&dente concur in saying that wldle it hmj ne catnU/or Me <a *mct pUicc* and tchtrt it it nt> teuarf U BtUtD'dm Btzvxo 8nixie, It. liu this advantage over jell other quick netting cement's 'that OLIVKR CKYOH. WbeeUn*. jytt , Ag**tjjtr t!u Mamujiictfurer. J. C. Orr & Co., ttats jciiiBCKiTKDni^jRpAW. stock Paper is iafge and well assorted. Also, a large Mock ft tfanfsjr.&luxtl librari...

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. — 18 December 1860

o ATffiPMliM & hSImO! , xteiugesc^e Btpr-pisipsy A'. E. corrur ?f M* Vain-Stl . ?_ i: \ -J. r i ill tHi H Daily.{by mail, payable By ti.e ^jgabrrT, Trl-weekly. (P?r y??'.P,ly*We ,n -?? S'?? Advertising done on reasonable.teems.. All advertisements* from .dlirtapcforfrtin tranrfeot lty customers, must be paid In advance. business cards. T. SWEENEY'& SON, (SUCCESSORS TO SWMXEYB * BELL,} -MANUFACTURERS OP ? flint GLASSWARE, Olilun, ftuceaiwa". J.TinpK. R1?" rtoles, TableCntlery. Yn. 65 Jlain Street, WHEELING, VA. p tTTLDRETH & BRO. ?ill Mnin Street. Wheeling, "Va. WHOLESALE deai.KltS IX rJ8 ps? Sheet I run. ??? ^Matches, Cwt'steel : Sr Wwlen Ware, Ac. A-cnu for llaws's Improved Counter. and Platform b Scales. - f r. _ __ The inchest Market JVt"c< pa id fir Sagt, Flaxseed, Gin*r?>j. $rrap Imh.tC-c. **l" WM. SHAFFER, PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER JEWELER & ENGRAVER. DEALER IN Watches, Jewelry,Silver & Plated Ware, PASTCY GOODS, Sic. No. SO Main St., apU CE.N'TRE WHEELIN...

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. — 18 December 1860

wmsmM EDITORS ?np*? *5if s:' I Tuesday Morning, Dec. 18,1860. (at* conference- of the 'Kentuoky dele-* LtionKtH other^^irt. of jrom^ bring opinons and shaping; their course aiiiiiiiii le Sputh as an ultimatum. Its general ?atares are an extension of the Missouri jie to the Pacific, to be made an amend Icnt to the Constitution ; more effective I ??__ ... . bolished in the District of Columbia, or he forts, docks arid arsenals of the United Sates; the repeal of all laws conflicting ? nth the spirit and obligations of the Con ututionjl and the Fugitive, Slave law tri tailed to, satisfy both sections. Mr. Irittenden thinks these ternis or others bbodying . the same principles, would ?11 off the secessiou scheme, and be ac Ipted by the groat body of the Southern bople'as a peace offering and settlement, jheyl-f&Te. .more reason} to recommend iem ^n^most of. the, southern proposi lons, and are'free from the obnoxiotiB er fctions of protection for slavery in the irritories, Boarrogantl...

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. — 18 December 1860

j. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Wester* Virginift.~6? . . fnegday Morning, Dec. 18, I860. fcjyQuiRT.?The city yesterday, was emurkably quiet. We could find notli 3g amid tbe prevailing dullness to make readable item of. The only thing that .jrtJ anything like a lively tone to nny of be business departments, is tbe general {imposition to sell off at cost. Red flags x linuging outside of some of the dry jods stores and men stand proclaiming ic sacrifices going on within, in tonC3 >meiliiug like a cross between a bard Sell Baptist sermon aud tbe mouthing of fourth rate actor. Into these places a ood many persons are going in and com ng out, and Mrs. Toodles is in Jicr glory. Altogether the worthy people of this ity are behaving themselves severely just iow, and are remarkably free from calnm-. ly aud mislinp- We hear of nothing oc urring worthy of bring dignilied by p>ib mention in these columns. Whether je "perils that do environ" us bow have i*cil the people into silence...

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. — 18 December 1860

Usf-kiit. I y>... ^Sj THE FIRST! $Sr. ? ? , rmsrcswxB".;; ??*?"r AMft&.fiifclMBSif a frirnd, AMrnrin Uwfcithof.loT.r, Arhoee^e^may pror. true to th, .nd. We none of ijs know one another, T^^M>^^eTiof^V brother, OrijJeatnut'ablrot bim at all. A .?T.? *i(th may avrakrn curoicion most false and undue; ". i And thus our belief mtay be shaken IP Jjj&rtfh ar$ honest and true. How oft the light smile of gladness _?!* WPfflby,the friends tliat we meet To covers soul full of sad nets. Too proud to acknowledge defeat. How often tlie sigh of dejection Of lull a suspicion to rest.. . U6# often the friends we hold dearest Their noblest emotions conceal; And bosomsthe ppjest, idncerefct, Hare secrets they cannot reveal. ? L**T? mlnds.ro harbor suspicion, Ahd small ones to traco onr defects? Let ours be a noble ambition, Ifor. base la the in in d. that suspects. Wa none of tis know one another, And oft luto error we. iali;.., ? Then let us speak well of onr brother, Orbpeak not of hi...

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 1860

'iV \..'tI ?"- 2fl >"'*'?' is ill & h| ijM< ?;'}1> :i *. ?'? ^SR La ,!<? j [f' P.'GO 3& Tli f.3 ffevj ? '.i f?? i S .... . ,.WH; VOLUME !) . i, ?.; .'v I -.-A-1:1 . ^TCRMS:. ? Dally, riiy mail,payable In i<drarici,).';i.....'.....'...;t5,00 f By the Week....?10 ' Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable inad vancc,)-...-.!. 8,00 Advertising done on renaonnblojtcrms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, mnst be paid in advance. BUSINGS CARDS. FLINT GLASSWARE, China, Q,ueeiisvrare, Lampii Glran iloles, Table Cutlery, dsc., JV*o. Go Main Street, 1VHKKLING, VA. . P. C. HILDRETH & BRO. 53 Mtiln Street, Wheeling, Va. AVrrOI.KPAI.K DKAI.KltS IN Nail llort, Window Ulnra, Maryland Lint*, jjarlron, Printing Paper, Common Llriie, Nails. Wrap. Paper, Flour, Sheet Iron, Plaster Pari.", Shanghai Matches, Wiro, Land Piaster, Salt. Cast Steel Cement, Woolen Ware, 4c. Agents for Hove1!! Improved Counter and Platform Scaled. The Highest Market /Vice p...

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 1860

scofS bM--'^--m^^ssssssss^:: - : Im : l y 'by mail, iu w&rKon*., S&.00 Tu-Wmii. by >n?fl, In ulraoce *,00 W*KKLr,by **a, 111 advance, 1,00 Iryr'"'-yr^iE Oz~ Wednesday Horning, Dec. 19, I860 Son* of our exchanges are suggesting to Mr. Buchanan the piopriety of following the exampleset- bimbysecretary Cohb.^, arid Gen. C. ss, and resigning bis seat. A "Washington letter, referringto'this mat ter, says that be bas not onjy shown him self utterly unfit to meet this great-'eii jrency witlr either" courage or confidence, but lii3 imbecility, temporizing and timid ity have been conspicuous at evcry?tu rn. The only service he is now capAletff ren dering the country, is. to resign an officl to which he was always wholly unequal, even in times of peace and prosperity, and with smooth seas to sail upon Mr. Breckinridge is undoubtedly brave and loyal to the Union. If be took the oath of office, he would fulfill its obligations at' any hazzard, and the secessionists wonld soon underst...

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 1860

Largest Circulation, of any Paper in Western Virginia.-ffl? Wednesday Morning, Dec. 19, I860. j^g-Xow is your time. Cull soon and get one of those beautiful Diaries for 1E0'-, at I0<i, Main street. flgjg-l UPOIITAXT PuOCEEDINGS IN RELA TION to the Cleveland &' Pittsbitiic R. R. Compasv.?In the U. S. Circuit Court, the other day, ?t Cleveland, an order was granted giving the C. & P. H. II. Company leave to execute nud issue to Henry C. Kingsley bonds to the amount ot' one mil lion three hundred thousand dollars, to be used for constructing and pitendinjrJ.the | road from Rochester to l'ittsburg, and u mortgage upon the road, its revenues aud property to secure the same; and to exe cute and issue bonds to James I*. Clark to the amount of one million two hundred thousand dollars, to be used wholly for the purpose of compromising,' funding and paying the indebtedness of the .Company, ?nd to executeji mortgage as nbovo to se cure the same. These mortgages and bonds are to be w...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 19 December 1860

?A carious inqn?i*r has bceu able to dt&r up a table of the different reasons ' for wearing "a moustache. Having ques tione4 ptft feirci that: oiHithoasaad per sons so adorned, their answers bare help ed him to the following result-: To avoid ghat-tag,'69 ; to avoid catching cold, 32; to hide their teeth, 5; to take asrajr from a prominentmose, 5: to arojd being taken as an Englishman abroad, ? ; because they are in the army, C j because they are rifle volunteers, 221; becausc -Prince Albert does it/2 ; because it is artistic, 29 ; be cause they ir.ere singers, 3^ because tl>ey -travel, 17; because they have lived on the continent, 1 j because the wife likes It, 8; because they have weflTc longs, 5; because it acts as a respirator,' 26: because it is healthy, 77; because the young ladies admire it. 471 ; because it is considered ?'<be thing," 10; because hie uncle did not, 1. Cumberland Cement, A-ofJfauiogry where w*tcr is be resisted; Foundations in wet and for On the new...

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 1860

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