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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 3 January 1861

atfUigeucer ELL & M'DEXMOT, ITORS A*I? FKOI'RIKTORS. VKRMS.-rDAiLr.dt-livtTfcd in city. p*r w?*k. 10 cent? ??i?*nc?v 45,00 /T*i-W**klt. by mail, iu itrirauo.. 3.00 ?**EXlY,by m*li,iniMl*'imct^ 1,00 ~w tt is K L. IMG: Thur?day Morning, Jan. 3, I860. Union Meeting of the Working Men. Yesterday, several of our prominent cit izens were waving to get up a Working Men's Union 'meeting, similar to the one recently held iu Louisville. We hope the movement ijjll be pushed energetically forward, and that the meeting will be held within nn evening or two. Let the good hard sense of the great bulk of our people be heard frori. There is no disunion in it anjwhere?neither in Louisville or Wheel ing. Judge Summers never said a truer thing than when he remarked in hi- speech at the Athcjueum, that the great trouble with South Carolina, as with most of the Cotton States was, that there were l?!v? or no working men there, to give balance and strength, and hardy governing brains to their politics....

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. — 3 January 1861

Ipftf gwieUigeuc^t ?9- Largeit Circulation of any Paper~Ia __ ? We lit era Virginia. "B? Thnraday Morning, Jan. 3.18617 ?S^Tiiu New Yenr was luaugurated with as bright a day as cVer wandered out of May. The early morning wu sharp and ^frosty, like a morning iu October, but the sun came out gloriously and long before noon the frost and the snow and other evidences of winter were dispelled. The house tops, streets and fields smoked and steamed under the warm rays of the sun, and we only wanted a few tender grass blades aud furay young lea\cs. with here and there a patch of gri e ,to complete the delusion that we had lu*a our way and gone "back to the spring timoagaiu. Under the - exhileratiug influences of the genial weath ei everybody seemed happy. Though there - & was not such a general suspension of business as 011 Christmas, there was not much business done, and the streets wore the same holiday appearance. Fire crack ers, torpedoes, and such explosions and ? pyrotechnics, as ...

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. — 3 January 1861

Jiiln guiellujcuce*. Ctueetlona and Antwfrn. [Collated from N'oah*s Time* and of thia w??*k.J Question?Where there arc joint nppli cants for a patent, does each party make oath as to the novelty of the invention, or is an oath required from either? Auttctr-?Joint inventors are entitled to Joint patents; hot neither can claim one separately. A joint oath is required for the specifications. Qurition?Can a person who has regular ly obtained a divorcc (for desertion) under the laws of Iowa, marry again in New York State? Answer?As Iowa grants no divorces ex cept a vinculo, her divorces are complete, and Art. 1 of Sec. IV.. of the Federal Con stitution says:?1"Full faith and credit shall be given iu each State to the judicial pro ceedings of every other State." Our State courts, however, demur very much to re cognizing divorces granted in other States on grounds not considered (sufficient for a divorce in this. Question?What is the best cure for the chilblatus? Answer?Put into a pipkin, ...

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. — 4 January 1861

I'ltlNTKIi AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, INTELLIGEXCER BV1LDIXC9, A*. ?.earner of Quniey and ilain-SU. T1CRMS: Dally, (l?r mall, payable lu admnc^X ...$5,00 B f the _ l0 TrI-WoeVly, (per year, payable In advance,) 3,00 -far* Advertising done on reasonable term*. All *ilTerti*njent? from a distance, or from transient city customer*, must be paid in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. T. SWEENEY &TsON, (succrasoRa to swkkxxts * bell,) ? MANUVACTDUKUS OF ? FLINT GLASSWARE, China, (fcneenaware, Lnmpi, Giran dole#, Table Cutlery, &c.,]&c. iVo. 06 J/ain Street, WHEELING, VA. P. C. HILDRETH & BRu! S3 Main Street, Wheeling, Vft. WHOLESALE DEALERS IS Kail Rod, Window Glass, Maryland Lima, Bar Iron, Printing Paper, Common Lime, Kails, Wrap. I*aper, Flour, Sheet Iron, Planter Paris, Shanghai Matches, Wins, Land l'laster, Salt, Caat Steel Cement, Wooden Ware, Ac. Agents for IIows's Improved Counter and Platform Scale*. The Highest Market Price paid far Rags, Flaxsetd. Ginseng, ...

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. — 4 January 1861

ijailg gtttcliigettcet CAMPBELL & ITDEEMOT, ED1T0B8 AKD PROPRIETORS. T ERMS.?Daily, delivered Id city, per w?tk, 10 ct>nU ; D4ILT, by mail, In ttlraucer $5,00 Tu-Wimr. by mail. In advance 3.00 Wkbelt, by mall. In advance 1,00 \v 5 EEL I N O: Friday Morning, Jan 4,1861. The proposed Working Meu's Union meeting nt the Court House or Atben:eum, will not come off to-night. Somehow or other, we know not why or how exactly, the movement hag got complicated, and things are at wrong ends and not harmo nious at all. Knowing as little as we do about the difficulties in the way, there is just one thing, and one only, probably, that we ought to say. And it is this. If this is to be a meeting after the htyle of the Louisville meeting?a spontaneous, patriotic gathering of working men, irre spective of party, and despite and discard ing all party?then it will be easy to get up . and hold the meeting. If it is not to be such a meeting, however, but instead a politicians' meeting?got up by po...

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. — 4 January 1861

fjaiig gwteUifeiue* *V Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-e? , Friday Morning, Jan. 4,1861. JPo^Tiik C. & P. Railroad.?We pres ent a synopsis of tbe report of the Di '"rectors of tbe Cleveland and Pittsburgh v^Ballroad, made at tbe meeting of the f fctockholders on Wednesday. It will up jpear that the road is in a mnch more fa vorable, coudit ion than is 2uenc*'?|liy sup posed, The receipts of tbe road show a gratifying increase, and the operating ex- , penses have been reduced to ns low an amount as it is consistent with the main tai nance of the road in a thoroughly effi- i cient state; A comparison of the gross ] earnings during the past three years, shows | as follows: 1858 .. ?74 2.093 53. " 1859 900,710 03. | The increase of last year's earnings over those of 1859, was about 12$ per cent, and over 1858, 32 per cent. The state ment of earnings and operating expenses for 1860 is ns follows: Receipts for*1860.. $1,020,637 82 Operating Expenses V 564,497 13 ...

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. — 4 January 1861

Jailn j|ttieUigenm\ fFor the laMI!(;?ncpr.1 DEATH OF THE YEAR. bt j. wuma. Lonely to-night I sat me In my chamber drear, So that 1 might Keep TlfiU ?Ub the dying year: For the en* of hi* day* was drawing near. Tht? fire were? low. The sprite-like a par lu. with hurrying f?-et. Flit to aud fro. Like lantern* in the Tillage street, When churcb-folkt to their hames retreat. The dying jear So going out like coal* of fire, Smouldering titer** Where goes the rtr*-. he will retire. 0, munrn! Old year will soon expire. In one short hour His minth? tlie turret clock will tell. With wilerun power. He spoke with Burgher* by this bell. Which danced at Ida birth and tolled hit knell. E'en sad I get. -1 1 asked my watch the time; it said Not vet; not yet. Old Time mores on with solemn tread? The belfry groans, the Old Veer's dead. The Ladles on the Ice. The New York corrc3pondentof the Dtica Morning Herald bus paid a visit to the Central Park Skating I'oxul; from his last letter we clip the follo...

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. — 5 January 1861

VK1MM> ANU.l'UltLlSIIKD BY CAMPBELL & HFDERMOT, IXTBLbHiBSCRR Bl'ILDlXGS, -V tl.cvrnrr of Quiucy and MUin-Stt. TKRMSi Dally,(likv mnil,puyable In *ilTAnce,V? ..$6,00 Bjr tko-n-wk 1 .'. 10 Trt-Wertlj, (per year, payable In ndrance.) 3,00 **? AdrcrtUing d.me on raaaonable terraa. All adTertfetment* from iv<]i?tanc^ or from tninalent cltj customer*, moat bo paid in oilriuice. BUSINESS CARDS. T. SWEENEY & SON, (BtJccaMolia TO IKBDIITS * ?ttU) ? M AN U.KACTU RLllS OP ? FLINT GLASSWARE, Chlun, 4n?nin>n, lauipi, Olran ilolra. Table Cullery, ic.,|tp. ATo. C5 Main Street, WHEELING, VA. P. C. HILDRETH & BKO. f?:{ Mnin Street. Whcfllng, Va. WHOLESALE DEALERS IX - Null Rod, Window Qlitss, Maryland Lime, liar Iron, Printing Paper, Common Lime, Nails. Wrap. Paper, . Flour. Sbwl Iron, Plaster Paris, Shanghai Matches, Wire, Land Plaster, Sail, Ca*t Steel Cwr-Mit, Wooden Ware, Ac. Agent* for Hows'* Improved Counter and Platform Scales. The Highext Market Price jutid for Itagt, F...

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. — 5 January 1861

ailg ? tttcUigttwev CAMPBELT&it d ebmot, KDITOB8 AND PROPIIIKTOH8. TJSKMB.?Daily, delivered In city, per week, 10 cents Daily, by mail, in advance- .$5,00 T&I-Wczxly. by mall, in advance,... 3,00 Wemly, by mail. In ad vance^ 1.00 ~\V II K ELI N G: Saturday Morning, Jan- 5, 1861. Th? Serinoua Ycitfrday. We had intended to publish this morn ing notes of several of the sermons preached at the different chnrches yester day, but our co.umns are so completelp monopolized by the news of the day that we are compelled to withold them. Camfokxia was in a state of great agi tation over the President's message, as it appears by the uews brought by the I'ony Express, in this morning's telegraph. Some talk of a Pacific Republic, &c., but the "vast majority of the people go l'or the Union as it is, and for staying with all that remains of the Union.'' It seems to be rendered ? ertain by the dispatches this morning, thnt the Cover, nor of Georgia has given orders to the State military 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. — 5 January 1861

- - - T Largest Circulation of any Paper in ? Western Virginia. Saturday Morning, Jan. 5.1861. RBLIOIOBli NOTICE The R?r- M *ltor, Wllk?n?* of Pittsburgh, will dellyer two dlscouw** (Unitarian) to-morrow. Sun f**A*j?&8b *V\U?<A.M. ???! 7 i'-M. Id Horn, brook ? ma, on MaTu street, between Union ami Monroe* No. llRJ^, Vriend* of the cause, and citi zens generally, are Invited to attend. OSTTiir Health.?The report of Dr. Balrd, Secretary of the Board of Health, appears in tliis morning's paper. Last month there were 52 deaths In the city, which is quite u large number for this season of the year. The whole number of deaths during the past year was 453. Of these 133 were uuder one year of age, and 109 between one and live years. The ra ther large inert as2 here shown over the interments of previous years is owing to the prevalence of that singular disease known as diptheria, which has been busy among the young children of this whole section of country, at "mony a house and mony 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. — 5 January 1861

mb |uiciii(|cucct. Important Documents. PATRIOTIC LETTERS FllOM GEN WOOL. The Troy Timet publishes two letters from General John IS. Wool, mentioned in our telegraphic despatches'on Monday.? They are an follows: GENERAL WOOL TO A FRfEND IS WASHtVOTOK. Tkoy, Dee. 31, 1860. % J)ear Sir:?South Carolina, after twenty-seven years?Mr. RheUaays thirty ?of constant and increasing efforts by' her lenders to induce her to secede, has declared J herself out of the Union; and thiSj too,without the slightest wrong or in justice done her people on the part of the government of the United States. Al though she may have seized the revenue ?"?ittcr, raised her" treasonable Palmetto flag over the United States Arsenal, the Cti5i?tn*liou?C, Poatofhee, Castle Pinckney and Fort Mjultrie, hlie is not out of the Union, nor beyond the pule of the United Stores. Before she can get out of their jurisdiction or control, a re-construction of the Constitution must be had! or civil war ensue. In the latter ease ...

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. — 7 January 1861

1.1..U.D A.Mj 1U:I.U>1|KD 11Y CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, 'SISyU-lGENCEH ni'lLDINGS, ?a*. E.a?;? r ?/ Quincy and Main-SU. . TKRMS. D*lJ}\n?y mill, paj-nbl.1 In a'ljfancM... .$5,00 By the Week 10 TrMV?kly,(p<ryrar,p?yaW?iu advance,) 3,00 A'lverthlng d?me on reasonable terms. All wlrertiiwoienls from adlktance, or'from transient city customers, must be paid In ad ranee. . BUSINESS CARDS. T. "SWEENEY & SON, (SUCCESS->*<} TO 6WKEXBY8 * BELL,) ? M A N u F A C T U K K 11 a 0 F ? FLINT BLASSWARE, China, Queriuwarr, Lamp*, Oirnn- j doles. Table Cmlery, A'o. B5 JJaitt Street, WHEELING, VA. P.~C. HILDRETH &l3RO~ 53 Main Slreet, Whrrllug, Vo. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Nail Rod, Window Glass, Mnrylmd Lime, Bar Iron, Printing Paper, Common Lime, Kails, Wrap. Paper. Flour. Sheet Iron, Plaster Pari*, Shanghai Matches ' ^ ire. Land Mauler, Salt, Cast Steel Cement, Wooden Ware, Ac. Agents for.Uowe'b Improved Counter and Platform Scales. The Highest Market Price paid for Rags, Flaxseed. G...

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. — 7 January 1861

gailg g ttteUigettcev j CAMPBELL 4~M*DEllif5T7~ KDITORS ASD PROPRIETORS. TEKM8.?Daily, deUT?r~d in city, per week, 10 cent* Daxmt, by mail, In adranc* TW-WRXLT, by mall, io advanca^? 3,00 Wmtr.by mall, inadranca 1,00 WHEEL I ?Tg1 Monday Morning, Jan. 7,1861. Every page of our paper, to-day, 1* largely occupied with important and inter- | chtiog reading Matter. Wb publish an interesting communica tion from Sbcnandoab county, this morn ing. To Adrerttaera. We believe that the Daily Intelligencer has now reached a circulation double any that a Wheeling paper erer had hitherto. ' Gbxbral Laxi absented himself from j the Senate while his colleague, Colonel Baker, was speaking. In a Washington letter we mentioned n mean act of the General's, about on a par with this one. | We guess old Joe's manners are not much better than liis spelling. Tub Committee of tho House, on Milita ry Affairs, to whom was referred the reso lution directing an inquiry iuto the where abouts of the public arm*, wi...

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. — 7 January 1861

giiUg gttfrUigeum Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Monday Morning, Jan. 7.1861. The Worklufmen't Union Aleeting; nt the Atlieneum on Satnrdajr Night. The meeting of the workingmen at the i Atheneam, on Saturday night, was the biggest thing of the kind that over assem- j bled within the Walls of the building.? The call was not even published in tho ! papers, and was only announced by small j handbills on the street, Saturday forenoon. ! Yet the crowd of p ;ople in attendance was | immense at an early hour in the evening. ! It was made up of the real workingmen of! the city?the bone and sinew of the Cuun- j try?and not a single politician, local or n itiooal, had anything to do with it. ' I The crowd became impatient before the ! meeting was called to order. The band j struck up the "Star Spangled Bartncr," j when there was such a roar of applause as I seldom falls upon in ?rtal tympanums.? The "Star Spangled Banner' was followed | by '"Yankee Doodle,'* during the...

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. — 7 January 1861

iJmlj) gutcUigcnccr. THE DISUNION CONSPIRACY. Its Impracticable and Perverse Ni lofe-Th* way It U being Aulited i" Virginia?An Appeal to Western Virginia to atand by the Constitu tion? Concluding Remark* of Judge Thompson, at tlie Court Hoaie. {.From thr Pamphlet Edition of hi* Speech, now read/.] Thq Union is to hp de??troyed, not because tlie General Government has com mitted any usurpation of power, not be canse it lias not exercised eonie of the pow era granted with a wanton and injurious refusal, but because ccrta'u other States bare committed wrongs in tlieir own terri torial jurisdictions, of a nature deeply rep rehensible, but not affecting the integrity of the general power* of tbo republic. If tho Constitution gave further general pow ers to the Government to interfere with . State Legislation than it now has, it i$ plain that such power would be oppressive and ruinous to the States, nnd perhaps more obnoxious to S >uthern interests and feel ing* and have secured the re...

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. — 8 January 1861

VOLUME 9 WHEELING, VA? TUESDAY! MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1861 NUMBER 116 l l I.\l t.i) A2k8> J't'lU-ISlIED JUT CAMPBELL & M'DESMOT, IXTELLIGEXCEII DI1LDIXGS, y. F. cur:irr of QitYncy'iihrf -Vain-Sts. T EK M S : Dajji'-O'y mail,payable in aJvancyJj $5,00 Uy IM? Week...... 10 Trf-W. ?>*!?. (per year, payable In id vane?,) 3,00 Advertising d?jne on reasonable terms. All advertisementsfrom a distance, or from transient city customers, most be paid in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. T. SWEENEY>&TSON, (iccnnoa to switxrin * dell.) _ MAS UVACTBllfRS Of ? FLINT GLASSWARE, China* Uuernswarf, L>mp?, Giran tIol??, Table Cutlery* , yo. 65 21 a fit St"cet9 VIIEELIXG, VA. P. C. HILDRETB & BRO. 53 Main Str^ot, Wb.'cliug, Va. WHOLESALE DKAUUS IN" Sail Kod, Window Glass, .laryland Limt, jjiir Iron, Printing Paper, <ommon Liuie. Nails, Wrap. Paper, Hour, Sheet Irou, Planter Paris, .'haughai Matches. Wire, Land Plaster, 5*lt, Cast Steel Cement, Vooden Ware, Ac. Afc-cuH lur Howe's Improv...

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. — 8 January 1861

laiig CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, XDITOBfi AN'D PBOPKIETOH8. YKKMS.?Daily, delivered In city, per week, 10 centi Daily, by mail, in advance.. $f?,00 Tn-WniLT. by mail, in advance^- 3,00 WKZXLY,by mail, inadnmee...... 1,00 W K EEL IN G: Tuesday Moraing, Jan. 8,1861. To Advcrllaero. We believe that the Daily Inlelligenetr has now reached n circulation double nny that a Wheeling paper ever had hitherto. Wr publish on our fourth page au ex tract from an interesting letter written by AVaitman T. Willey, Esq., of Morgantown. We hare a telegraphic extract from Gov. Hick's message to the people of Maryland, refusing to convene the Legisla ture of that State. It is a glorious doc ument. Gov. Hicks and Maj. Anderson will go down to posterity as the two men of this crisis. We have the good news this morning, thaiGov. Letcher, iu his message, yester day to the Legislature, opposed & State Convention. This is another very big stroke ahead on the Uuion side. Another grapple or two on the disunio...

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. — 8 January 1861

ilatlfi gutcllijicucei' ?s_ Largest Circulation of nny Paper in Western Virginia. t? i Tuesday Morning, Jan. 8, 1861. ~ X kg no Hanking Association.? I Som.' time ili?? nn association of negroes started a bank here. The whole capital slock consisted of ?20, which was tuken in forty shares of fifty cents each. Old Coon, whose honesty and financial ability were proverbial, was selected us President, anil Cashier, and the bank was the glory and admiration of all col'-.red pu-sondom. j None ot' stockholders were aware that the [ hank was making any money or doing nny j j,articular good, and the fact of Coon's ' never declaring a dividend created no par- ; titular alarm. They thought he was gcod. and continued to pay into his hands < such loose change an they became possess- j t.J of from time to time. Coon kept the j accounts of the concern on the weatliei- j hoarding of a house, by means of a piece ! chalk aud certain mysterious marks, and j was accustomed to make an exhibit to the ...

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. — 8 January 1861

jtoiln jgnttlligciuctr. Tbe Madness of Secession. The Leiiom ot History?What Is the Proapect la 8r?re for We?tern VI r flslal [Extract, from a letter of the Hon. WaltmanT. Wil ley, of >!r>r.antown, to the Editor of tbe CJarlta burg Guard.] I shudder whenever I thin]: of disunion. No patriotic student of history can con template it without dismay. Ponder tbe condition, for iuatauce, of the llomon em pire, after it began to crumble a way and be dismembered. Follow its melancholy decline and full, as portrayed in the classic pages of Gibbon. Look now nt the strug gle* of the Italian State*. After centuries of abject humiliation and political slavery, consequent uj>on their original broils and divisions, they now hare to fight their way through the ranks of despots and tyrants to the re-establishment of their ancient national unity ]an?l freedom; whilst we nre treading tbe downward toad which they are ascending. God help us! If secession commence; where will it end, and when wi...

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 January 1861

NUMBER 117 WHEELING,WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1S61 VOLUME 9 I'JU.NTKD AM) PUIiLI6I!KD\BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, intkllioejtcer buildings, aV. K. corner of Quivc.y awl Main-Jftg, T 1C RMS: D i?Iv.! by innil, payable in advance,).- 15,00 l?y Week 10 TrMVYekly, (per year, payable in advance.) 3,00 AdvcrtisinR done on reasonable terms. All advertisement* from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. business cards. "tTsweeney & SON, (8CC<-l-^'?8 TO SWEIXITS* otu.) -MANUKACTCUKRS of ? FLINT glassware, Cl?lit?t ttu?eiiiW?", I.ninp?> Giran dole*. Tnhle Cntlery, &c.,:&c. yc. 6 5 Main Street' WHEELING, VA. p. C. HILDRETH & BRO~ CM Jlnin Street. AVlleeUiiJJt Vn. WHOLESALE DKAI.1.H8 IN v ;l P.vl. Window Olaiw. Marylai.dl.lm., ,,ir iron] Printing Paper, Common Lime, vt:u Wnp. Paper, Flour, Mull Iron, Piaster I'arU. Bhuiighai JUtchei, Wire Land Piaster. Halt. OutSteol Cement. Wooden Ware *c. A?utrf tut HoWfc'* Improved Counter and 11 at f...

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