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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 22 December 1859

Book Borrowing BT THOMAS HOOD. How hard, -when those -who do not *riah To lend?th.ifs lone?their beota, - - Are snared bj anglere?Mks that fl?h With literary hook*.' ? Who call ?nfi uke ?ome faTorite tome, But never read it through; - j Ther thus cnmplato their set at home By making ouo at you. i I, of my Spenser quite bereft, Last winter sore was shaken; Of Lamb I've but a quarter left, Nor could I sfrve my T JON. ^ ? Thev picked my Locke, to me ?*r ?*?Ve Than Bramaii's patent worth; - , And now my losses I Jcp^o^, Without a Homeon earth. E'en Cmjver's work I cannot put: My frozon hands upon; Thoujrfi ever since I lost my Foori, My BUXYAX has been gono. My life w wasting Cist away? 1 suffer fro*n the.Oioclts; And though rve ilxed a lock on GOAT, There'h gray upon my locks. They still havo made mo slight returns, And thus my grief divide! * For oh! they've cured me of my Bcrss, And eased my Akenside. Bui all I think I shall not sav, Nor lot my anger burn: For as they havo not found ...

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. — 23 December 1859

VOLUME S. S v ^ . WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MOJ?STIN(^ DECEMBER 23. 1S59. NPM HKR 104. I'lilSTEO AMI [TM.lSItED liV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, I.VTELI,[(iBX( KR BUILDINOg, -Y. rortttr "J Qiiiilcj and 3Iain->tj. r 1-: it'ai :s : mail, payable in advance,y r, ?d,00 II>- tl?t' Week, (payable to theCr?rrinfa.X.. t]o; "TH-tt'tL-kly. (per .war, imviiHe in advance,) 3,00 ^fcJiilvurtl<MteO'jne on ruaaonuMu tcnni. - Ul!nt" fr<JUI advance, or from iraiuiiut eli/iHMm. ?<ut he |.oU in advance. INSURANc E . Choice Tirst (lass Insurance ? I > T u ?> : ? -r S-'-jH-v-? INCOltPORATKD 1S19?CIIAIlTEIt PERPFTUAL. ?.s~Ciuk Capital il.Ow.wrJ, nlm.lutc and nniinnaired ?rra * strm.cs or sr>on,ss; sg ' AndtLopresilgcofaS yeaiv suseeu and experience. Axicts, January 1, 18.->8. C'-li in band. A l).-iK?.-iimi,, H'oitrdllankaSsiS 123 ca (*nh in transit and Agents'hantls. jgo S7? 05 Moucv due tho Co.. hoc nr.-1 by M or t^Sos'lishl Kerd hstate unincumbered t~Vv? i-? Hillj Keccivul.ln J...!!!!...

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. — 23 December 1859

fjaitg ?nteUi0fncct CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Dailt, delivered in city, per we?lc 1? cfnii. Dailt, by mail, in advance.... ^.'*.00 Tri-Wuxlt, by mail, in luhancN- 3.00 Wkeki.t, by mail, in advance? l.?K> W H K E L I X O : Friday Morning, Dec. 23,1859 Sosik time ago lliu New York Tribune announced that a proposition would he submitted to Congress at its present ses sion, supported by the unanimous approval of the Legislature of New Hampshire, having for its object the establishment of a uniform system of weights and measures, upon the principle of decimals already used in our currcucy system. The design is to simplify the existing artificial and arbitrary division of weights and measures, so that they may be as plain and as easily computed as the coin in use with us. For example, the scale of measures might be as follows: 10 lines 1 inch; 10 inches 1 foot; 10 feet 1 rod; 10 rods 1 rood: 10 roods 1 mile; 10 mile3 1 league. In like manner the standard ...

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. — 23 December 1859

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.""a.a Friday Morning, Dec. 23,1859. CAUl'BELL ? jrDERMoT, GARDINER t CO. I>?5~City Election.?Candidates will please remember, Unit we invariably charge S2 I'ur all announcements for the city otti l Cs?to be pa id fur ill udcunce. jjQy- GAUD IX Kit k CO. KarOnly Ten Cent? a Week?The JJiiily Inulfiytncer will be delivered to any part of the city or suburbs at ten cents a n*k. flffi"Wn?*PiNC His Wife.?Mr. Robert Jimkins.yesterday ussaultcd his wife with at poker, for which he was arrested, taken before Aid. Wright, and lined five dollars aud costs. Lai)ieh Skates.?Our hardware folks are supplying themselves with these caintv little article*, in anticipation of a demand for them this winter. Efforts are being made to organize a skating party, to consist of an equal number of ladies and gentlemen. ??TThe Uiveu.?The Ohio continues i.j fall slowly, with near eight feet water in"the channel. The ice is so thick, hard and heavy that man...

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. — 23 December 1859

CRAY HAIRS. BY MD3. L. H. SIOOCRN'ET. Gray hairs!?I marvel why they ?txik? Sach terror and ditmay. No mark of wickedneas or shams Or foul disgrace are they. As silently as infant dreanu Steal o'er the cradle-down. They weave their sparkling silver threads In with the block, or brown. Gray hairs I?the wanning beauty shrinks Before her mirror's face, And forth the unblcst invader flies, Uprooted from its place. Oh, lady, stay that lily hand. If one such guest should fall, Thoy say a dozen inoro will come To attend the funeral. Gray hairs!?I saw the Queen of France Arrayed in regal state, Receive the elite of atl the land*, The titled and tho great; And while her dignity and grace Were praised by every tongue, The loug, white ringlets o'er hor brow In fearless clusters hung. Gray Hairs!?when sprinkled here nnd thero In beard and whiskers, too, Inspire respect and confidence More than the youthful huo; Of knowledge of mankind thoy telL Terchance of serious thought. And lessons at the ex...

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. — 24 December 1859

?i9iu VOLUME 8. - ? - . . - ? i. j- if i ? ' V i ' ,??1 1? WHEELING.VAj,,SATURDAY MOMINGs DECEMm3]ft24. 1859. NUMBER 105. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY ^ v 0AMPBELI1& btdermot, IXTELLIGEXCER 11UILDINGS, iV. F.. corner of Quincy and Jfain-Str. T IS RMS: D?ny,(by mnil. payable la advance,).??'....Z-.fifiO By the Week" (payable t^tiieCjUT!er3,).....*..T..*g^ 10 Tri-Weekly. (per year, payable in advance.) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, orfrom transient city customer*, nnwt be paid in advanccC 'INSURANCE IT Choice First Class insurance ? IX t ji t ? Sir INCORl*ORATED 1S10 ? CHARTER PERPtTUAL. 4&?*-Cash Capital $1,000X00, absolute and unimpaired. WITH A STRM.US of 5506,387 SS. And lb* pre?tigeof 3h years nucce*s and experience. Aa*eta, January 1, 185 8. Cash In baud. Jt Depositee In Hartfd Banks $348,123 69 Cash in transit and Ageuts^iand* .'...100,872 05 Money due the Co.. secured by Mortgage,... 5.41 S 04 Real Estate unincumbered 47.003...

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. — 24 December 1859

Hailji gjutdljgfttfft CAMPBELL & M.'DEBMOT, ~ EDITORS AND PROPRIBTOBH. TBRMB.?Dittr, delivered Inclfy, per woek, 10 cents' Diilt, by mail, tn advance. ts,00 Tbi-Wixelt, l>y mall, In advance. 8,00 ffMHito gtall, In advance;- - 1,00 W H EEL I N G: Saturday Morning,-Deo. 24,1859. The Jay, in all the year, of tlie most merry reminiscences, and of ita most sad reflections, is Christmas. It is one of those marked stages in the circle of Time's race course, when we liurrying pnsscngcrs arc . allowed a little whilo to think; or, rather, &re forced by: recurrences and associations, too strong to be resisted,"to let memory out, froe.to wander back amongst all the events of a varying progress. In a year's time thero are but few lircs that are free 1 from acts that are to be regretted, and there are fcw-livos which in that tiuio have not some of the bitternesses, that are purt of overy life, mingled with them. Thoro ? must'nhvays then, in thrjburdenjof memory at Buob times, be someth...

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. — 24 December 1859

Envelopesi envblopbsii-w, hare in-it received a lino lot or extra qunllty en wWeh will b. printed In the beat style, CAMPBELL 4 STDERMOT, cuaip- . ? B?-City Election-.?Candidates will Dl^7e remember, that we invariably charge Ai for all announcements for the city offi ces? to U paid for in adounce. 50-CnaiSTMAS.?This day of general gladness, which falls for this year on Sun day, will he celebrated on Monday, the 2Gth. Grc-'.t preparations are making by old and voung for the usual games, sports enjoyments of th= season. Such sects who observe the season as a religious fes tival arc adorning their places of worship with evergreens, as is usual with them.? All the stores where toys, trinkets and little gifts of all sorts are sold now appear filled with their commodities. The jewel lers make au elegant display, and some of them have already sold choice and expen sive articles of silver and gold ware, as tokens of kindly regard. The day promi ses to be a very enjoyable one, as from prese...

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. — 24 December 1859

Ob, 'tis Habo, Itoeto f?A man, named Oats, *u hod up recently for beating his wife and children. On being sentenced to imprisonment, the brote remarked that it mi very hard a man wa? not allowed to thrash hit own oate. Tuc following 1* from a local paper;? "Persons wishing to ?eo the editors will generally And them at the printing office. In their absence, however, invitations to dine, and challenges to fight, shoold be left either with the publisher, or in our tnbie drawer." At what age should n girl marry? When ?ho has had enough of flirting, known how to get a decent dinner, and has made up her mind to accept the trials, as woll as pleasures, of her new relations, whatever they may be, with thpt fortitude a good woman always manages to mutter. Pleasure, like quicksilver, is bright and ?hy. If wc strive to grasp it, it still eludes us, and still glitters. Wo pcrhapH soize It at last, and find it rank poison. A sanctified heart is hotter tlian a silver tongne; a heart full of grace...

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. — 26 December 1859

VOLUME 8. ? - - - ... KCTI&ER.&S5. '-ft tntf PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY . CAMPBELL St M'DERfiTOT^ ISTELUGEXCER BUILDINGS, X. E. earner of Quincy and ilain-Stt. T-t^ssSjX^SSSemt, n.Trt-W?tkl?. ((.eryear.rStfablo In nilvancc.) 3,0 #3-Advertising <1<>?o reasonable term*. AU a.lvertiscnwji? Itomadlltaapj, or from transient citv cnsyjmerijMist .ftutdnuice. ?I N S U R-Ar N'0 E v ~ r?n. Choicc First Class rnsiiValtce T. INCORPORATED 1SW ?CHA1JTE1L PERIHTUAL. -CaaliGapilttlSl.OOO.C.oo,absoluteand unimpaired/ with a sTi:ri.ws'or ?306,087 8S. ' Aud th< prestige of US year* success ftnil experience. Amis, Jaiiiuiy t, 185 8.: Cfcsh in liaml ?- IV'posito* in 09 Cash intmu-it aud Ag?ntH|J?mnl# 1.......100.S72 05,. ilotiuy tin* tiui Co.. nccured by- Mortgage.... 6.418 04C Real Estateunincumbered . . 47j?ffc;42 llilh Receivable W,17I 18 M 0:KKT VA1.UL*. 1 <12 PnHids 0.7 .*? 10 ju?r ct. mtew 3t.au n ually .$1 02,000 00 057 Sharw *lr;l Qivni SC-ck ..54.440 00 50 Corin&UicOt R...

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. — 26 December 1859

CAMPBELL ft M'DEHMOt, EDITORS AID FBOrRIBTOaS. TWIMsj?Datit, deJlrerid Indty, pwwedtTlO^'nU! Suit, by msH,ia idnuut,.... ......43,00 Tw-Wsnar, by m?n, In idnneiv *-00 'V;;; ? ' Woxlt, by mill, In advance 1,00 W H E E L. X N a : " Monday Morning, Deo. 26,18fi9. W* hare been bearing agreat deal iate-\ _ -r_. . - ?. back, almpsttbetonly question upon which Democratic editors havo written, or upon ^rhlcH Democratic Coinpressmen'ihayVJpo ken: TlieWg'itid the-little Organs, both' in citr and country, have been loud and long in their condemnation of sectional ism, and no language has been strong I isnongbj or ba'rah enough, to apply to the leaden' of the Republican; party;- on ac iectibi^. of; the country againsF other. , But what we wish to do is to show that these Democratic editors and stump Oers hive mlsseJ the mark widely: in >tlleir attempts to make the Republicans the soc-' tional party. To say nothing about ttieir Itoml to1 light in the arriingd the Senate Standing Committees, w...

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. — 26 December 1859

?r?_ Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. -Sd Monday Morning, Deo. 26, 1859. I. O. O. F. ~ Till- membar* of I'nnola Lodge N'o. 82, I. o. O. F? erf nutiiicl to appear at the Hall, earner Market anil quifiry street*, Thin Morning nt 10 o'clock, for tlm Iirp.it- of ikying the last trlbnt- of rexpjet to tlie armory of our de?a>c<l brother, ff*. T. Tatlor. The members of hIic various Hiatcr Lodges and Kn e*ni piat-iil* throughuat tho city, also Belmont City b-lite. Iield in Martinvill*, and Clermont Lodge, DrillIt. are n-ipectfullv inrited to attend. The mcmberi ?f ??' Onler will meet at Clermont Lodro, BriJifiK>rt. at 11 o'clodi. By order. IV. 1. Hun, Sk'J. L. T. Bkelkb, X, o. I. O. s. M. M KM HERS OK 01.1) DOMINION- LOUGH, A sn.port.nce to bo .feu.ledto. Ityonlrr of the "j '? A" I Kg- No l'ipsn.?As to-day will be gen erally observed as Christmas, no paper will be issued from this office to-morrow. jjj^- Christmas'?To-<lay will be ob served as Christmas! Tho...

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. — 26 December 1859

*?-*? ? " $m Witar ntf^55 ^d,i4-M BY WILLIirLIGHTB E A.&T. - Thyllttle hand Is ctaspe-1 In mine. My iim thy dear srmisi-dethen twine. My burt%t)U bat n tune like taloe, .. And srheretore illeut. eweetl . ?What means the tear drcro In thine eye? : The trem*loas and coaruulre sigh ? ?What cloud hath come athwart thy iky. That we In silence meet! Do ! not loretheefrom my heart. And would I not with all things part, And endless happiness impart To thee, my darling one? O, whisper what lUun reelest, lore, Into thy lover's ear, my dove; . . , 4 Oh! lot the clond that hangs aboTe Thy saddened heart lie gone. She speaks?the creature of my ehoics? Ye gods, the mnslc of that voice Would e'en a demon's heart nyoico, An<l tnm to lire the dead. She spent": '?I'm feclln* v"ry wo!'; Bat. if the reason I vtwi tell. I'm gwlne to marry Billy Bell, So you can bileafnadJ ~ 1 "So:cidh is becoming ve.-y prevalent in my-citr." sauia gentleman to an inlia'oit.'ini. 0? a neighboring town. "Well, real...

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 1859

ni'iaaitJipfv'ttJ /ihtl ::>?l l?*; CT"r,rr?~" ilTiiTTT1 ?ii W-izn rriitu ij. ? -cisixia rs HStVr.l K '41Jr.lt tr ( Z : fl CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTBLLIGBNCER BUILDINGS, X jc.cnrtttr of Qnincy and Main-Sis. 2 )ty the Week. (payable to the Carriere,)... 10 Tri-Weckly. (per year, payable in advance.) 3,00 Urn"" All mdvertScmenta from * dirtanco. or Born transient til. customer*. mint be paid in advance. i^_^^^MaaiBaTrtT*r-TrT Trr-1 CUoiee Fiisy^s^nsjiraii c& '3 atnlfir&frl .OK *? INCOUPOBATKD. 1S10 ?ru^tTER r2ttM?ro.^ 4iJ-Caiih Capital $1.000.000! absolute and unimpaired. ?'? f&rti a si|ix!Lttto/?5(K$tff $. | * \ Xn4 tfii prtsti$?of,3p ycfcr* &<**? Aiieti, January 1^ *85 8,, -1' Cash in hao?l, ADeposites in nartf &Batiks?3is.l23 C9: C^Ii in transit and AgentsJioniU,.. i..*..dCG&72 05 >foney duo tlic Co., secured by* Mort^age,*.^ "5.41R 04 IJe.tl ?statu unincumbered ... 47.C53 42 llills Keceirable 1 05.17? 18 T ? i / v MiBittT Value. 10*2Bonds7 L10per...

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 1859

v ? j* - ? >?'V-Ti . ; ?? B CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, ? '" BDtTOBS Ajn> FKOEXUTOBSr'! V TBRMB.?Dittr, doUrerwUncUj-, perwoek, 10mu! Daily, by mail, in adTane*^~ 45,00 Tm-Wmxlt, by mall, inkdnnc^M S,00 Whjuclt, by mail, inadvuM,.. 1,00 WHEELXK G: Wednesday Morning, Dec. 28,1859. Th* numbers of the - Congressional Olobe, for the last week, show much debate' and much anxiety on the part' of a portion of the House of Representatives to have a good time during - the holidays, and to leave the country to take care of itself the meanwhile. v We are:glad that lliis propo sition' came'from the side of the House it did, and that it ww mainly and almost unanimously supported by that side. Not, because we.care anything about who makes. or votes for 'a motion to adjourn for a week or" two?for one side is just , as apt to move and vote this as the other, but . ; . " . coming as it does just, now from the dis Union sido it carries.a meaning with it.? x If that aide of th? House are sincere in...

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 1859

"giulB fttMtigjum -^ Largest Circulation of may Paper in . . Western Virginia.^* - ., / Vednesday Morning, Dec. 26,^859.. jggy-OiTV Council.?Am adjourned meet ing of the City Council was held last even ing. There.were fifteen members present, in the Hbsence of the Mayor, Mr. Jacob was called to the chair. A communication was read from Mr. Acheion, of the Hempfield Railroad, set ting forth that the. building of a railroad bridge across the Ohio river was a matter 0r great importance as a means of con necting the Ohio roads with the Hemp field, aud suagesting that a committee of three be appointed to secure the granting of the proper authority from the Legislature of Virginia. Referred to committee on Railroads. The Committee' ou Goal Banks reported that John >"ole?, leasee of one of the city coal bauks allowed the bauk to take fire and neglected to have it extinguished? i that he did pot keep the,eutry in order, ? aud that he be prohibited from using said " bank'unless he attend t...

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 1859

?!i L-;<li f ... Charge of the Midlial Lightheaded Brigade.. (THBEEYEARS Ar.TEK TtSWTSOS.') Rleht from the J.nra of Death Ruahod the mad eectkxHeta? Wretched. dlaacctlonlita, All oat of breath. Setting the fed (TO-down to the depot Rniheri thej^-rthrea hundred! Medical eswhonea all? .? 1(1 , llaedleM of jawhonea all? ? .1 . Thinking of: rawhouei all 1 ,, M ... "Cnree the JJorth" waa thalr cry? ? Their* not to neoaoa why, 'u.-. .*>. Bat like young oolta to ?hle, ? Leat the grim ghoatofiBrown.. .: w.q i J.. l< r.. Tumble the Union down!:'. .1 .Ml Oh fannv three hundred I ? : .? -i.'".'.! LAunarwwea row .ui ?I rtu.o , ' DcbiWIea Hindered I Warrirata pursuing them, Sheriff! undoing them? _ ,i u , , ; ITiui ruhaed the aeceealonlita, Rabid rrocMjluntifv-; Funny three hundred.. Grlnned.thg lWa-ut'a phli; ; :Ulnt " l<axovi U., lil*. t ? ^d1^^^/;, !C i*aia waa tub emmuw *w,. ,, No more their gold they'd fcee, *" ' "Would the three.hundred. . Dlsuplon.in college, l*: Confusion onc...

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 1859

VOLUME 8. -- ... -,iwpv: M liKIII.INO, VA.,T!I\;I!.^1)AV MORNING, DECEMBER 29 ISfifl ~~NOri!KIi 109. IMUNTKBrAXD PUBLISHED BV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, | IXTELL1KESCER BVILDISGS, JV. 1L corner of Quir.cy and Main-Sis. T JC X?. 3V1 S : !>?!!/. ('jy m?il. pajntile In ndvahco,>-_ .,..1$6,00 by 11.0 tr<4 rp3.*abi? 10 Tri-Weekly, (pery?u-.|>?jable In advxncc,) 3,00 JC2-Advertising done on reasonable term*. A 11 ad rertisementa froni a distance, or from transient cit v customers, must bc'paldin aiivanec. (tcouMwiwaMwaP?-"1?"Bea?Bwnt n K" S n R AN C E . Clioicc First Class Insurance I ? IX THE ? 'i 1 N CORl'OR ATED 1S19 ? CHARTEIt PERPETUAL. irj-Cbah Capital $l.ou0.000. ab?olute and unimpaired. wirn.A urnnva or $r?oo,3$7 88. And tho prestigeof 3S yc:iru yuccea* and experience. Assets* Jnnuary.l, 185 8. i Cash in hand. A Depositee in UartCd Banks,$318,123 00 Cadi in transit and Ageul?;imnds, 1C0.87205 Money. duo the Co? ficcured by Mortgage,... 5,418 04 ltc.d Estate unincumbered ...

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 1859

tttfUtJEtttfV 1 CAMPBELL A M'DERMOT, Uii EDITORS AXD EBOPBIBTOliS. 1HRSIS.?Dailt, 'delWered in city, por -week, 10 conta; Dailt, bj mail, in axlranco.... .$5,00 Tri-Wemlt, by mail, in advance...,..,.. 8.00 "i 'i'i i;" j" '?00 ? W HEEIi I N G : * Thursday Morning, Dec. 29,1859. TnB kind of talent which in this conu ="fry is most likely to 'succeed in" winning": '] political honors,'is' tbfe. talent for oriioiy. We Americans are all very much addictcd . ?? i- i i ? ' to speechifying^ and nothing takes lis so? -mqtfypit carries, us nwtty"quiteiStf""easily; as Jlfcliatiwe always^cail iv'gbOtl'flpecch. ? This accounts for why so many excellent ora tors .haviT Keen-found in our national leg islature. In the same .space of time, we 'hare not only produced more" bit equally as great, ifinot great^r,orators thai either England orFrancsr - 'C-'Tfl. _. , Ipth'e department/of.,forehsic 'orat^ry 7we*iip npt/tKink that ChoiCtif ;has;eter ifad JjhtB su'perior. Clay'3.was the highest type ^of? char...

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 1859

Ditilj) gfutcHipuccc ?> Largest Circulation of. any Paper in Western Virginia. "SJl Thursday Morning, Dec. 29, 1859. TlXVELOPES! ENVELOPES!!?We H, i,are jiwt received a line lot of extra quality en reioiietf, wliich -will bo printed in the be?t style, CAMPBELL 4 M'DKRMOT, IOST?on Monday night, tho 2flth Bee., a Lady's Coral Breast Pin, between the head of Ilampdeu ManUial atreeti. C?:iire Wheeling. Tho finder uili be liberally rewarded by learlns it with dertMt* J- CHAltNOCK. jgg-CiTV Election.?Candidates will please remember, that we invariably charge $2 for all announcements for the city offi vJi?lo he paid for in a-Ivunce. ggy Wkunksuay Market was dull? very dull?as to sales, although the rates were about as usual. Everybody seemed to be leisurely iu their purchases, and the .limes passed very slowly; indeed, rapidity of sales has ceased to characterize the market trash for sonic time. Everywhere buyers and sellers indulged in conversa tion on the general topics of the day, as...

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