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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 27 December 1860

lXPBELL * X'BE&X OT, IDITOM AXD PKOmiETORS. tUHS.-DiaTt ddhtnd in cfty, pw ??tk, Dun, by Ma, In adnactv 44,00 TU-WUKi.T,by ramO, iaadnotc, ... 3.00 Wam,triwllM4nac%?? l,#o H EEL I N O: Thursday Morning, Bee. 27.1860. Wb hare been shown-a circular issued by Meajri. Culrin H. Sapp & C?., of Bo* lTlO.T'hHadelbhia, to merchants in this city and other slave State cities nnd towns and villages. If is a circular that propos es for the valuable consideration of $5 to. give the payer semi-annual information as to the standing of each merchant in Phil adelphia?especially his political standing ?who he voted for, and on what side be talks, and as near as may be what he thinks and dreams on the nigger question. For the sum of $10 Messrs. Calvin H. Sapp k Co. win tell each of our merchants bow every single merchant votes affiliiates in the three cities of Philadelphia, Xeir York and Boston; whether or not they go to hear the Beechers of their respective cities; whether they ever gave mon...

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. — 27 December 1860

I fifrgSuWj?* I - Largest Circulation of any Paper m I Western Virginia."** I Thursday Morning. Dcc. 27t I860. XVHOLES AT.K Horsk TmEVIKO.?TWO' or tbrce days agoa man withoutany hands arrived iii this city, haring in his posses ! sion three horses and being acoinpanied | by ? bov, whose services were considered necessary owingto the man's crippled con dition. Tliev put up at John Hull's, on Market street, aud the man told such a plausible story and conducted himself so uneieeptionabiy that no one suspected his real character. A day or two after his arrival be one of ^is horses to 1 John iJ'Siorn, and with a portion of the money received he bought a watch and some clothing for the bo.v wli.? accompan ied biro. Yesterday a gentleman from the vicinity of Rochester, I'.t., came to the citv ill search of a thief who hud stolen three lionet from himself nud a neighbor. IJe jfjeribed the crippled man stopping ! ?i lull's, and Sergeant M'Douald and Dep uty Scroggiui. ferreted hitn out and 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. — 27 December 1860

..smopouum Art Asswlafion,'' ertrT ?ppr?c<?if j >>y besatifpl work?of an <m ui?r?nlki. and ehoic* lllefitfcro on tb?ir ul:o the treat b^w flta derlrcd from becoming a uiL*OTUer. SaUcriptlubK are uew Lunj; r*c*iT<sJ In a ratio DCptrtVfUi witli that ol za/prrrioat jw. TEaiU OF kCBiCaiP'llOS. Any perttm am htcomt a member tr nctacriWcg Vunt doUari. for wMrti rant ibey *fllfce*ire let.?Th* funs* *aj*rti ateel.eugi aj-mg. SO i CS . inch**, entitled. 21;?On* copjr, use ;?r, of tlias. elegantly iilurtm "THE COSMOPOLITAN ART JOURNAL." M-?four admledmtSa daring tbe saason, to MTkc Gallery ofPalnitof^348 Broad watjt) Sew Y?rk." In addition to the above benefit*, tbcre *D1 l?e giv en to agbscribers, m gratuitous premiums, over Five Hundred Beautiful Works of Art eompriKinr vahiable palnffogt. marbles. parians. out lines, Ac., fanning a truly national benefit. Address. C.X.DEKBT, ActuaryC. A. A., 546 Bboadtcat, Xew York. If. B.?Subscriptions received And itirsrarded by A. ?- UJBD...

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. — 28 December 1860

VOLUME 9. NUMBER 107 WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, I860. PKIXXKD aXD UDBUSITBiy BY CAMPBELL^ M'DERMOT, IXTEIiMCESCBR BBILDISOS, jY. B. earner of Quincy and ilain-SU. T E U M S : Dally. G* mail, payable in advance.).- *5,00 jty the Weak -- w Tri-W'eehly. (peryen*payable in advance,) 3.00 gf Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, moat be paid in advance. business cards. SWEENEY & SON, (SUCCESSORS TO SWEK.fKTS * BELL.) ^MANUFACTURERS op ? flint glassware, China, anetasware, Laiupi, Giran ilolea, Table Cutlery-, &c.,{&c, ^Yo. 05 Main Street, M 1IKKUN0, VA. q# & BRO. Bit Main Street, Wheeling, Va. wholesale DEALEliS IX Vail Hud Window tilaj-s, Maryland Lime, liar Iron. I'riuting i'aper, Common linn, Vails Wrap, I'aper, Hour, Slicet Iron, Plaster 1'arin, Shanghai Matches, Wire Laiul Piaster, Salt, Cast Steel Cement, Wooden Ware. 4c. A cents for llows's Improved Coontor and Platform Scale*. T...

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. — 28 December 1860

W HEELING: Friday Mor?i?g, Pee. 28. I960. Vl publish, by request, an article of ; gmt -force Ami the X. V. Raw, ?? our . fintptge: "Seoess&ra is Anarchy." A?d bo it is. Bead 'it. Ooxjectuke and suspicion are taking the -widest range at Washington hi refer ence to the stealing of the Indian Trust bands. The subject came np yesterday in ? the Honse of Representatives, and it was hinted that they were used to promote the ?lection of Mr. Breckinridge. Gov. Sie- , Tens, to delegate from Washington Terri tory, -who was chairman of the Breckin ridge Kational Committee, repelled the cahwsy, so far as he was concerned. Vi have s long dispatch giving us the latest series of ordinances from So nth flnrl''" They relate to the collection of Unties. The old United States officers are j to be continued; they aie to get the same j profit over to the United States, they are I salaries?bnt instead of paying the surplus to pay them in to South Carolina. This edict exactly brings on the dead point ...

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. — 28 December 1860

?B. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "*?* _ Friday Morning, Dec. 28,1860. -AS tJSOONSCIONaBLK Thief.?The fellow who stole three horses from the vi cinity of Rochester, Pa., one day last week,and who whs caught at Ball's tavern in this city on Wednesday, was escorted over to Bridgeport the same evening, by officers St. Meyers andScroggins, and was accompanied hy the latter to Beaver coun ty jail- The fellow has no finders, but instead there arc a couple of fleshy prongs which the rascal uses with surprising dex terity. He stole the horses from Mr. Hen ry Baldwin, who lives near Rochester, and lead them down to an old flat boat which he had lying in the river, drove the ani mals on board and shoved out. With the assistance of the boy, whom he had hired for the purpose, he steered the flat down to Lagrange where he left the boat and brought the horses down to this city, lie ! remained here from Saturday night last until Wednesday, and some half a dozen officers wer...

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. — 28 December 1860

3?- ?j?tenigenc*f. COD BLESS OCX K1T1TB L1XD. God bleas out native 1*ihE ? Hi ui miphp cvr stand. Ttoro' storm nd Diplif Wa theJtld lifuw rare, KaltroT ?4nd and toj! UoOion our oouulty ure, By <fcj"ereat Forbw our pray'r Khali ribe, To God above the ritiee On Him we wjdt. lord. Imr opr nation'* err; Be Thou forever-nigli; Kt; freedom nmf dio; God me the State' {From the laSiuapoUs JonraaL] Private Dispatches by the Compro mise Line* Charleston. S. C ?8rm*ton Ordinance Pat ted?Great ExciSemenl?Minute Men Pa rading the Streett, on afatt trot, in teareh of the Enemy?Or, at tome tuppcxe, to get out of the way of the Smali Pot. The correct copy'of the Secession Ordi nance reads as follows: "We. a few demented fire eaters of the moon-struck and God-for-saken territory of 8ou?h Carolina, in Convention assembled, ?after dinner,' do hereby nullify and repeal the Declaration of Independence, the Revo lutionary War, and a great many other things that ire do not now think of: and if * the sa...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 December 1860

ISO*** >-. ci U< eisni"-* - NtJMMER 108 VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA? SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1860. fltt.MKD AND I'L-UL1S{UJD JIV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IHTELLIGE^CER BlILDIXOS, X. E. center of Quittcy and Jtain-Slt. T E R M S t Daily. p>y mail, payable In advance,).- $5,00 j By tli? \\\<ek 10 j Trl-Weekly, (per year. parable tn advance.) 3,00 Advertising dono on reasonable term*. All advertisement* from a distance, or from transient I city cuitomers, mnnt lie paid in mlvance. ' BUSINESS CARDS. T. SWEENEY & SON, (SUCCESSORS TO SWEEXEYS k BEI.L.) manufacturers of ? flint glassware, Chin** Liimpi, Glran- j doles. Table Cutlery, &o.,<d6c. Xo. 65 Main Street, WHEELING, VA. p7 C. HILDRETH & BRO. 53 Main Street, Wheeling, Va. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN * Vail KM, Window Glass, Maryland Lime, liar Iron, Printing Paper, Common Lime, Nails. Wrap. Paper. Hour, Sheet Iron, Plater Paris, Shanghai Matches, Wire. I?and Plaster, Salt, Cast Steel Cement, ^ ooden Ware, 4c. Au...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 December 1860

W H EEL IN O: Saturday Morning-. Bee- 29,1860. In Union sentiment is beinj; faeanl from. Big and enthusiastic meeting at IfMaplus. See the dispatches. 4 Oat good friend I wjto send. as commu nications and extracts, Jtc., most exercise all their patience. Oar col a nuts are prt-ss ed to death with the "latest news'1?*fc ST we most make everything else give way to it. We most also say to our friends, write plain, and only write on one side. We cannot take the time to re-write or re-ar range manuscripts. T? Adrcrtliert* As the new year is jast commencing, we -woald say to business men that, the circu lation of the Intelligencer was nerer so large as it is at this time. We do not wish to boast, bat we ssy briefly and candidly that there is no advertising medium for reaching the people of Western Virginia, Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio, that compares with iu The Republican manufacturers and tra ders and merchantmen of Pittsburgh, bare resolved to stand by their employees, and see...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 December 1860

? aUg ittteltfjenie* T _rEeBt Circulation of any Paper lri Western Virginia. Saturday Morning, Dec. 29,1860. T__" NOTICE. ? Kev. Xflf^r^Dr M?rk? will proach Id tb? ill Prc?l>jr?e rhlBCburrU next S*bl>atL Subject io tlie evening, .?Tlie Signs of the Timea. g(WA Good Yield.?Nearly the sum of five hundred dollars was rerlized from tbe supper on Thursday evening for the benefit of the Wheeling Orphan Asylum. ggySKNT to Jail.?A fellow named Ccorge Loydd, a fearful destroyer of meac whisky, was lumbering through the streets yesterday, pouring out a volume of foul blackguardism, insulting ladies, etc., He was arrested, taken before Aid. Wright uuJ sent to jail. gi^-l'ALMKTTQ Tueks.?We saw yester day at the Adatns Express office, a tree la belled Palmetto, which attracted a great deal of atteutioti as being Ibe emblem ofa little State that lias lately taken upon her self to -'disuueThe tree is simply noth ing more than a common pine, which one could detect with closed eyes, by the sme...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 December 1860

The Eagle's ]>??( Bcrcam. A gentleman who is tn no wqjt related either to the versiOer of the "Fine Ould jirisbGejuleman."or tbe- eloquentti?nre A rkan sn ?Ge n tlera iti ,"_h a s - satraniteif to oor inspection tnc'following uein of poe9ie. Our excited friend, the Charleston Mrrcury, must take it mildly, and make all due allowance for the poet's extreme youth and frightful inexperience. Ofcourse. it Is only a fancy picture: THK SOUTH CAROLINA GENTLEMAN. Down In the email Palmetto State the curious ones may find A ripping. taring gentleman of an uncommon kind? A staggering. swaggrriug sort of chap, who takes his whisky straight, And frequently condemn" hie eyes to that ultimate vengeance which a clergyman of high standing j has assured us must he the sinner's fat#; A South Carolina gentleman; One of the present time. HKeilckrfiis niggere dally like a trne 'A'ulVri&atU And -takes the devil out of them*' by this sagacious plau: He trie- his howle knires upon the fattest he can ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 31 December 1860

VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA? MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 31, 1860. NUMBER 109 - ? *? ?' CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELIilGElCCER BCII4DINGS, aV. A". trxnir of Quir.ctj and Main-SU. TT5BMS: Daily, O'.v mnn- P?J?W?in 45,00 ny the W<*k 10 TrI-Weekly. fp'T year, pnysblo in advance,).. 3,00 Advertising d?,ne on reiuoiwWt terms. AH advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, most be paid in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. T. SWEENEY & SOnT (SUCCESSORS TO SWEENEY3 k BELL.) ? MANUFACTURERS OF ? FLINT GLASSWARE, Cliiua, Qjiecnflware, La:tips, Giran doles, Table Cutlery, &c.,;&c. jVo. 66 Main Street, WHEELING, VA. pTcT HILDRETH & BRO. Main Street, "Wlieellug, Va. WHOLESALE DEALERS IX Nail Rod, Window Glass, Maryland Lima, Bar Iron. PrialiiiR Paper, Common Lime, Nails. Wrap. Paper, flour, ?lieet Iron, Plaster Pari*, Shanghai Matches. Wire, Land Plaster, Suit, C:wt Steel Cement. Wooden Ware, Ac. Aecntfl for Hows's Improved Counter and Plaiform Scales. The Highest Marke...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 31 December 1860

PBELL * M/DERHOT BDITOKS IUCB PROPBICTOBS. (proceedings of n Union mass-mcel lie workingmen of Louisville, Kj. on our first page to-day. Th I says that the, meeting was one < host practically deliberative bodir i ever assembled in Louisville. Fs believe that harsh language ver ly doe3 any good, and that still mor iely makes any converts. We find frc it occasion, on this account, to dissen B the verbiage of our correspondents id with all respect to our friend on th first page, this morning, we must say thn bit style would not be our choice. W II EEL. I N G: iday Morning, Bee. 31,1860. By telegraph we are informed that tb Collector of Customs, at Charleston, am hi? clerks have duly entered into servic nnderthe State and have formally notified the convention to that effect. The Con vention propose to release importer? from paying specie for dutie3. That's singular. We thought they intended to release them from the duties altogether Has the delu sion of free trade got to go to the wa...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 31 December 1860

lows- Hull, this evening. H pleasant ^ ^ _ ^Ck^Hobse Affairs ?His Ilon Thompson will bold a short scs ? ?f Court this morning for the pnr S'?n of swearing in Mr. Geo. W. Sights; of giving?. in tbeChas. Baltzvll case. Mr Samuel Irwin, who l.as made us a . courteous and efficient Sheriff, wi ?>" i'1" " am i the clerk's off.ee will he vacatod, also, 8" ve ul-.ce to the new incumbcnt, so ?tU "? *' places. ^ t ASO SUICIUK.?The Pitts burgh papers of Saturday bring us ac counts of a horrible murder and suicide TtUicb occurred at Tinkersville, near tLat ci,v on Friday. A German physician, of intemperate habits and desperate, temper named Brcitlaugh, in going into his house stepped upona spool of thread, nestruck bis youngest child for leaving the spool upon the floor, when a quarrel ensound between himself and wife. Brcitlaugh wcnt to his office, got a gun, returned, shot his wife, put the jnuzzle of ihe gun in his own mouth and blew his brains out. Breilluugli had been twice married and...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 31 December 1860

P3BLI jam rii iTTti aarKhitfiiii ff'itf '.' ?w iotrti. 'ort or rinturfc^lo obtain'< I'aK" il}Ay fe?e on a hand-1' addV see faces every day I] have a good type, 'brtt harf been *din "the casting; a proof inat we ill, entitled to beauty, should haitii beautiful, if onr ancestor!) had; kept Wte-i-aa every lily and every-rose it'is "j MIWMP&Mi which constrain us to short, mincing , are a kind of personal insult and teity 'tictWe -owner; and long stilts',' ia^poUbim at perpetual disadvantage, land force him to stoop to the geueral level ^Jctfld," Sra'rtial ridicule^ a pfentfe . ..'ifets Jlay-whose countenance reseni l/t$? fa'ce; of ?'?wirameerseVn under tKo.'1 II describes a schoolmaster "so. ugly rcr^bbed that ;a sight of him would trange- the ecstaucies of the orthodox." c$g are rarely true to any ideal type, '"are a record in sculpture of a thousand t.pj(.of' ivhim.and folly, Portrait ?a say tliat most faces and forms are rregolar and unsymmetricnl; have one ijre blue and one g...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 1 January 1861

HOE AU.YLK .SruwliiB trul) ffbilc to iud ^M-dfc^.hnip Flouii?E: Bnooics 1S UTTER: liCCKExj ClILri.-i* OaNLLKi Tvllo^ CoFPUl TUESDAY \fORNTNO JA\T4RV I, ISfil ymtWtiis ? \rmfT>i7T> un tobacco form ' ;ipjf whisky, cllwing . ?;ll uOi? ... .. . I_ . - ii day Og Of |! f |J- 'O ! ...jns; to dctclmiil that ' .ill small vices.! It is a good swindling, and blorce doublf Jei'^jerly, honest, aiiiVen- I decent, " ^ and respcctabll It j orally - ^ ^ ;t stealing iiewspiurs j is a P0"1 " doors nud resoll. to from .T0L'r'_ V|r..,nd Ji iy in adrjl,-c. ? su',scr"'V dny to improve ,l,es ' In short it-_ n)1 tcg,)e(;ts thatTve mornii the dying years v.lrn " m.->\ ie . lf| uleel ,|le dren ljl us we snoo-J t .? ilie common fate of ill. i summons, about Iio\v rapj J v ? Wo don't tb?? ^ . *'<*?} .n, j(!he ri ver of Time. we are go-** _.;rifr;n:; tike ll;iU*sof ?iiuw. ! j{.)W ft"' ,ke buds between.^ Aii'i tU*?? ?po thev coraoaod e0 ? And the 'ltli its cl?b ami flow, ' j On theriytj' tho shadow an...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 1 January 1861

fv CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Daily, 4oIirer?d in city, per week, 10 cent s J Daily, by mail, in advauctv- -$5.00 j Tv-Wkeklt, by mall, In advance^ 3,V0 j W*ZKLT,by mail, inadrance,. 1,00 W H. E E I, I X a : Tnesday Morniiig, Jan. 1,1861. Evert of our papvr lo-divy is crow ded with interesting and important matter. "We are betrayed." Rend the article headed thus on our fourth pngc. Is a paragraph in our paper yesterday we were made to say ''her," instead of him, and "parble" instead of parole. Some of our compositors were originally butchers. \ Fnou the forthcoming pamphlet con taining Judge Thompson's speech at the Court House, which is now nearly ready for issue from our Job rooms, we print some extracts to-day. A dispatcu from Charleston informs us tbnt the rebels have taken the U. S. stand of arms at 4.I10 Arsenal in that city, and that energetic military preparations are going forward. The dispatches this morning are again of an exciting character....

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 1 January 1861

m lioiffof any Virginia. "5* __ f-TliU is the ft; (lay is the begirlsg of 1 , i appropriate ly to tfet J*r' J. ns; to detetmil that form f'"1', inj? Whisky, clwing you w':1 f ' all small vices.llt is tobacco11"' ijSe lying, bacblinc, g jooJ '? swindling, audblome doul'Ifd ' crly, honest. 11111' decent."-' e an(j resjicctabl enl'y stealing newsp is a pi?* " ? ,. doors nud reso! from to'r' 'ifsmd ji ir in adv. :h?u>r? ice. subscril- ^ jny to jmproye Ie_ In short M n,j re'Sj,ctIS thatlve m0R" ibe'dJiu)? years elm n'"" r'. '. jtn meet the drealjl us wc S' I,e common fate ofJil. snramonJi* a[j0tlt 110\v miliar ^ e d"n ' r,ithe river of Time. 1 we are go-h nukwof unuir , . How t*f* '^iie buiN between.^ A?<i *0 they co:nu and c0 And tl'O* it)i its ebb and flow, ' Uo theriu:' ^ tlie shadow and sheen. K k it u c L(.t JWD3 of exl)er'ence nnd . , the past Year wisdom sJ ? j that we o;i' > * stern realities, the trials,vici,:^d-d'iaPP0,ntmcnts of the one to W*' ^ D???x?Xot lon-ago^f of...

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. — 1 January 1861

correspondent, writing from Oregon, ays:?"Here by the time a girl is four teen she is snapped up in marriage, and yet in this region arc living many bache lor farmer* who would gladly marry if there were women here. I think one of your intelligence offices could profitably make an agency. The schoolmistresses whom Governor Slade, of Vermont, sent oat were to pay a fine of five hundrd dol lars if they married under one veir.? Most of the girls paid the fine. Oregon and Washington still need schoolmistress es " A new fashion has been introduced in the "high society" of Paris. Private the atricals and private concerts are known ns among the most piquant amusements of fashionable world, but the Parisians have invented private preaching. Cards of in vitation for ft matinee reliijetue are issued, n pulpitis erected in the drawing-room, and one of the most popular preachers is se cured, just as at ft musical party the pet singer of the town is often obtained. Sometimes rival entertainment*...

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. — 3 January 1861

Xftll Rod, Window filaw, Maryland Lima, Bar Iron, Prfatiug l'?pi'r, Comiuun Lime, Nails, Wrap.. Pup?r. Hour, Sheet Iron, Planter Paris, Shanghai Matches, Wr#, Land Planter. Suit, Cast Steal Cum out. . Wooden War*. Ac. Agents for Hutvc's Improved Count er and Platform '^v ? Settle*. % The ITigkut Market /Vice paid fur Baft,-Flaxseed, Ginseng, Scrap Iron. *?x. JyW i>r?> and I'OurjsiiKD uv BELt & M'DERMOT, mukscer ddildikgs, 'enmrr Qnincy and Main-SU. TTfiK M Hs payable iu advance,).? .45,00 4- 10 r year, payable in advance.).... 3.00 lag d.?ne on reasonable terms, advertisements from a distance, or from t ransient " Hk tqa*t be paid In advance. & SON, 7 (-tCCCKHSffH* TO SWSEXEYS * BELL.) ? MAN UF A C T U R E It 8 OF ~ FLINT GLASSWARE, Chlua, finteniwiirai Lampi, Glrnu <lol?6. Table Cutlery, JV*o. p't Main Streri, WHEELING, VA. HILDRETH & BRO. Main Htreel, Whfeling, Vs. WHOLESALfe DEALERS 13* Maryland Lima, WM. SHAFFER, PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER JEWELER & ENGRAVER....

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