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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 February 1861

aori'o^AJjja -if. ;Ft it. r, ?j ?? ? < HA ETfl .w tr , VOLUME 9. WHEEJ.ING, WEDNESDAY MQRNINO, FEBRUARY 13, 18611 NUMBER147 fKINTlJj AMi iUuUSllMl ttV y oampbell & m'derm-ot, IRTBLLleBNCER BC^OIXGa, A", A ,j,rrrr <,/ IJuincy and TEHM8: mall. parable In *>!Iiyro.) , J4.no Bjr the WeeV._ _... ? ? Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable In advance,)......^.. S/M) 49-Adrertising d.?e on reasonable terms. AH isemenfs from a dfstance,or from transient city customers,must bo paid in advance. ? INSURANCE. =3xS3T===== Insurance (Jo. oCII afford. INCORPORATED 1819. Capital ft SurpTa^, $2,194,100.02. The IarCOME of this Company !? DOUBLE tliat of 0,w"?? "ST* ? - Assets, January I, 18G0. Gash In band, & l>t?po*ite* in liarti'd BanfcsJai 413 4g rwlv 5^"? ?eenred jtj?Mortmn,. ^.401 7* :J8 ? "? Su?r;l&"rCo- s^k-;::~^jg ? ?? v. ='S ^ j - - :: ? ?iSs 800 '** it u?i, ? ?~..-ou,5(XJ 00 ?iSi <a Sfcl25ft\Mo-? " " ...31.500 00 *?70 ? lLrl&l M?- .V- -3?^0 00 SiS ? "wKk, ? 1W ?' NY. 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. — 13 February 1861

gailjl CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, KDITOU ASO raOPEIISTOES. T***?.?Dailt,dalJT?r?d in city, per wwk, 10 c#n d DAttr.by mall. Id advance^ .. ; Tu*Wuslt. by mall. inadraoc*,........ S,< WiniT, by mail, inadTanc*, ? 1,? | W H EEL TNG: Wednesday Morning, Peb. 18,1861. AlMHt the Arsenal. Now that the State Legislature has b; - propria ted $50,000 for the erection of three Arsenals?one in the t alley of Virginia, one somewhere near tba big Kanawha river, and the other on the line of either the B. * O. or X. W. Va. Railroad?the question arises, at what points shall they be bniltT Oar enterprising cotemporary, the Clarksburg Register, comes out in a labored article with an immense array of facts and figures meant to prove that Clarlcsbnrg is the hub of the terrestrial world, and as such entitled to be the point selected for the Arsenal designed for this section of the State. This is claimed on account of geographical position, great facilities for building?uncommon means of communication 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. — 13 February 1861

. Largest Circulation orally Paper in Western Virginia. Wednesday Morning', Feb. 13.1861. Stair City CocsctL.-?An adjourned meeting of the city Council was held last evening. The Committee on Water Works reported the engines of the Works in a di lapidated condition, and arc now being worked to their ntmoit capacity. They recommend a judicious expenditure of $1, 000. They also suggest the stopping off of water trom the Ln Belle extension. Mr. Wilkinson opposed the shotting off the water from the La Belle extension.? The city derived $400 revenue from that extension and for tin- pre?ent the Works were able to supply it. It regard to the expenditure of $1,000 Mr. Jacobs thought it Lot advisable. This was a grave matter nnd Mr. Jacobs thought Clator, Wickham and others participated. In reference to a more ample supply of water on Fulton street. The report of the Water Works Committee was adopted with the amendments which wk have indicated, with the exception of the Fulton street supply,...

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. — 13 February 1861

gaito gnteUigcncM. TKrom Vanity Fair.] 2)ox*t skkk fob it.?The Llubble P.epn IkAtion in Bnchanan's mouth. A nut FOB THE times.?Who wns Cbcst ' nut's political progenitor? A. Burr. Br oca bowery contributor.?Why did tbe Pope procure a certain Genernl to sub jugate Italy? Because he thought he could, with hit assistance, Lamra?her ensier (Lamoriciere.) By oca HASDSoMe costributou.?What tbe late Governor of Sontb Carolina fed* since the forced loan?An Aiken Void. By am Outsider.?What are tbe pre mium articles in Vanity Fairt Those which are given us A. Ward's, to be sure. To Opr SnoRT-SiauTED Reader*.?The best place to see small, bills. In ibe contribution-bor. Wasiiistoto*.?Whenever a Washington paper publishes an original joke, guns are immediately fired in the outskirts of tHtf city. There hasn't been a gun fired in tbe outskirts of Washington for many,'many years. A Trying Situation.?A Whaler's after tbe Whale is along side. whooping cough:! ~0 All kinds op couoiis. hoarseness, Ac....

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. — 14 February 1861

WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1861 VOLUME 9 NUMBER 148 I I'lll.vrtu A\jp 1-UULIS11E0 By ' 7" pABTPBELL & M'DERMOT E MTEiuog jcgn buu,dIWGSi * ?. i>. ?. corner of Qnincy and Uain-SU. T?RM8: njr.(by mall, payable in aitraoceA~ *r ^ # the Week --16,00 Atlv^rtWng done on reasonable term*. y ctmomora, mnstbepald ln IrN 8 U R A N C E . ^ETlsr^. isuranee to. of Hartford INCORPORATED lBlo. ' fapltal & SnrphT?, $.>,194,100.02. i'-3a2aSa?M??" SB ^CrLrml M- '-MI.OsSm ;h" *? . J57 ah-re, WlS^8tk5tt"' ani",llIX.-?195^00 00 [g " S=S^'=:^S i- 5 J | 33 t 16 5,300 00 5,300 00 1*87200 1,500 00 v.^HBwi6U| iure Witorbn'V. I**nk 5 ?, Spri??? Dank Providence, R. I? ? Jersey City, N.J^ ? Boitoti. tiasL, *? St. LouU, Slo u <t JC?' Hartford! f ?? 2&?0? 00 NowrYork,! ? ? *** 9? ?? JST k Tra,t o?- ? ? S Tra? Co- Bank Stoak_...7:^;^S $ IpTAI. A33BT3, i, ' eIVntl,ITIBi._nn?ttIfdeUlin,notdB*j|}JJ:J?? Jg R>t WP,r?r*? ?T S13.000.000 S ,la" ?&&?&&?*????oo. ! ^...

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. — 14 February 1861

gailg guteUigencct CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, X2>ITOU AID rtOrUXTOU. TlKMi.?Daxxt, delivered in city. ?** meek, 10 cent* XkOl, Vy mfl. In ?4n?f. Tu-WimT, by men la edvaaee W ? ,fcy wfl, inedrmac*. 1*% W H E E L I X G: Thnnday Morning, Feb. 14,166X. Or* telegraphic despatches this mc.rn*' iag possess EGUsaal interest. In them a de tailed account of the counting of the elect oral vote by the two houses of Congresswill be foend. The last act required by 1** to make Abraham Lincoln the Constitutionalr elected President of this Republic has been consummated with that dignity and rever ence for the majesty of the lav due to so gran an occasion, and to important an event. One more public act Is ueccssary to make Mr. Lincoln President de facto as he is now President dt /w. On the 4th day of next mouth, with equal rabobsioa to the law, thatimpewaive. dutr will be performed: and JltTTin col a ^tjll swear in the presence of his Maker, an<f before the assembled multitude, to support and pro...

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 February 1861

gaftu ?juteHigeum Largest Circulation or any Paper in Western Virginia. Thursday Morning. Feb. 14, 1861. 0??mTuit Weekly Intelligencer will be out to-day. It contains its usnal variety of new* aud miscellaneous matter. Call and get a copy. 0q^Thief Abqkstkd.?A tbief was ar retted here yesterday, on the authority of a despatch from Oakland, charging him with stealing thirty or forty dollars from a citizen of that place. gg^SuuB on tub HEBPPtBLU.?The re* cent mild aud wet weather has softened the earth along the hills adjacent to the Hempfield Railroad. On Wednesday last a slide occurred between Claysville and Washington, which detained the train some eight or ten hours. The track is now, however, clear. jjgy-VALEXTiXES.?To-day is Valentines day. The missives commenced passing in considerable uumbers yesterday, and will crowd the Post Office to-day. All sorts of jokes will be perpetrated, and all sorts of satires and caricatures will - be address ed to ^11 sorts Jof people. Valentine'...

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 February 1861

gmto gjtttefliflcttccy. Of the ChioeAe Emperor, every one, even *Ose of bis own chamber, 6tand in the jfreat?*3t imaginable awe, and cn no pre text does any one address him sare with the use of all his grand and glorious titles.? It if the etiquette In the Chinese Court for the Emperor's physician to apply the same titles to bis diseases as to himself, and ac cordingly they talk ot "His High and Migh ty Stomache," "His Impt rial and God like Dyspepsia/' and "Hi* Eternal and Nev er ending Diphtheria." Scstrruas Pusssbd into Ussceiptcr.il Service.?A Quaker living bear North Berwick, Me., was out making hay on the Sabbath. On being asked if it was not contrary to the scripture, he replied, "no, there is scripture for it;*' and being nsked for the passage, said: **Do yon not remem ber where it speaks of getting a benst oat of a ditch on the Sabbath?" and getting an answer in the affirmative, said?"Well, that is it?it was no use to get him ont, unless yon had something for him to eat." H...

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 February 1861

NUMBER 140 1 CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLICENCER BU1LDINQB, iV. K. corner of Quincy and Main-Sis. T BUMS: D*ily.(by mail, payable lu adnu?ce,X-...............46>po By tl?? Week ig j Tri-We?kly,(per year,payable in advance,) ZfiQ lj- Advertising dune on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a'distance, orIrotnfnuislent city easterners, must be paid In advance. IN8PRANCE. iETNA Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED 18X0. Capital & Surplus, 52,194,100.02. The INCOME of this Company H DOUBLR that of any other Fire Insurance Corporation In the United States. Assets, January 1, 18GO. Cash in baud, & Dopusiteiln lIartrdBauk?l$:!31,4t8 48 C-v.li iutransit, and in handsor Agents,....lt>o,a#7 78 U. S.Trea*. Note*, and accrued interoMt. .75.900 00 U. S. Stocks, 5 per ci.?ewi-aunual interest, ??1&G,7 60 00 Ke*l K?t?te unincumbered..? - ..75,990 00 Money due the Oo* secured by Mortgage,?w454 75 Del. a Had C'ICo. B'dJ.-Gpr.ct.semi-an. int-,ll,0S9 CO Bills Receivable,'am...

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 February 1861

intelligencer CAMPBELL & K'SEBUOT, kditou azd raorsiZToxs. TMKHB?-D411.T, delivered inc?y, prr ??k, lOctnti Daiit, by mil. In i^iun bl-Wnur.kjruU.li.adTMKa, s^o Warn*. by nil. toadraarv 1,*, WhHeeI, I N G:~ Friday Morning, Peb 15,186L *????? Relief'Meeting. Remember that lo-ni^ht, In itccordance with the proclamation of the Major, a meeting will be held at Washington Hall, to devise mcaai and adopt measures for the relief of the famishing people of Kan sas. Mr. Holiday, of K. T., who is a trav eliog agent soliciting contributions, will bo present and bear witness to the terrible necessity wbieb makes a whole people almoners upon the bounty of the charita ble and humane throughout the land. Fellow citizens, when job set down to your bounteous boards, or wrap yourselves in your warm habiliments, think of the starring settler who has not even a crust for bis famishing children or a garment to screen- them from the piercing cold, and resolve tbat you will do your little, what ever i...

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 February 1861

t%. .Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Friday Morning, Feb. 15, 1861~ Mayor's Ornac. Feb. 11, ImT. ??T7II ERE A3, a proper request has besn made to YY we, that * public meeting of citizen* be' held for the pttrpoee of taking such proceeding* as way U deemed proper and right, to relieve, no far as mar lie in their power, the suffering and want now expo, r.-uced by our fellow-ciiixen* of the Stat* of Kan ku; sod it has been represented that *ucl? meeting would be*t am wplUh the object* iu Yiewff called by the Miyor. therefore. I, A. J. Sweeney, Mayor of the citr of Wheeling, respectfully i*tue this call for a wiling for the purpose above named, to be held at Washington 11*11, ou Friday evening next. fcbli A. J. 8WEKXKY, Mayor. Seeing the President Elect?II? Makes a Little Speech at Steubenvllle. Witb about one hundred others from this city we started yesterday morning for Steubenville. Like a great many others we had business in Slcutionvillc, but uq. ' like;the sa...

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 February 1861

T*e N*?'Boks ajcd tik Dtib.?lav*' U ) in bti "Ffcyiioyooay," mkri tbe fol JbwiBg enioatretnarki. "1 Lav* h%A occMMiou to observe some iaftou isaned lately on tbeirblrlb, tod have found ao astonishing resemblance Utwwo their profile and that of tbeir father. A few days ?fu-r, tba r*?senbLaocc almost ?? tirelj ib<- nateral infloetire of tbe air aod food, and prubablj the cbatze of poitn/t, ba.J so altered lb* crti'/a of tbe fat?, tbat ?<>u could b>r? brfiered it a different mdieidoal. I afterward* n* two of these rb^ldres die. tbe one at lis week* aod tbe otber at four jean of ajre?and about twelve bouri aft*-r their death tbey eompletrlj recovered tbe profile wbiebbad ?truck me so much at tbeir birtbr; onlj tbe profile "f tbe dead cbild was. a* might be ezpectol, more strongly marked aod more terse tbac tbat of tbe living. Tbe third d*j of tbe resemblance began lodu? appear. 1 ko*w a man of fifty years, and another of seventy, both of wbom, when nlive, appeared to have no...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 February 1861

I ?;I.\TM> A SI* iniSLiSlIF.n BY 3 CAMPBELL & M^ERMOT, lXTKLI.I?K5CEtt BULDI.VCft, _,Y. Ki'-m r <j/* Quip?/ and J/uut-Stt. T IS U M S : p mail. jmyable la advance^). ..-$5,00 llie Week 10 Trj.vr?ekJy,(pM,year,iiayAbleltt advance.) 3,00 gjf Advertising done on reasonable tcrnis. All vlvei t if cment e froiu u distance. or from transient eit .- castonsrr*, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. J3T2Pl' ? Insurance ?0. of Hartford. INCORPORATED 18XO. Capital & Surpjn52,191,100.02. Xh? INOMK or this Company U DOUBLR that of aav other Kir* 1 nsur ui? Corporation in the United Stato*. 1 A4<et>t JauuAry 1, 1800. Cishiu l?*t?i,& Jflp witetio II irtiM U*uk?,$J3l,444 48 tVi iatijAnsif.and tuh.m Uof Ag?suta,....lGo}2^; "8 f. >. i<. Sat a, ami accrued Intvrest,-..; ...76.000 00 j l S. 5 jutCt. ifiili-rtuuuul interest, ?.15U,750 uo Brtl listatennln mtnlmred. .. ~....?..:75,996 00 ; . ;-v >\ i? the <X?- secured by Uortgage,;,.v....454 76 M.jclIuJ C ICj. ?Ms.O|>...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 February 1861

Uiig gttUUigeiucr CAMPBELL * M'DEEMOT, . SDiTOM a*d rtorunox*. tlftlU.?Daily,deliver*d In ?ity, p? ??**, 10c*n?? Daxit. fry mail. In vlruot. 4*>? Tu-WnUT, tjr nutfl. la (dnoee^ 1/X? WnstT.br mill, ~ l?ftc ~w!T E E U N o r Saturday Morning, Feb- 16. X881. la another plant will b? found tbe ad dress of lb? Presided of the Vir ginia Convention, John Janney, Esq., of Loodoo county. Mr Juoey was elected over Valentine V. Soutbell, of Albemarle, 00 the 8r?t billot, by a rota of 64 u> 54. The TOM ia regarded ai a Wit, and ia claim ?das ?victoryl>y tbePnlon men. Mr. Jso oey's address ia readable. Ujriixe onr telegraphic bead tbia mora lag will bo fouod Mr. Llncolo's addreaa yesterday, to tbe cltisena of Pittsburgh.? Tt la deToted chiefly to a consideration of tbe tariff question. It will be seen that Mr. Lincoln ia altogether ioan'1 on that subject, though wltb bla characteristic modesty be diaclaima knowing much about It. He spoke briefly of thediatracted slate of the eoontry, wit...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 February 1861

Jailtf jgwteiltgcucM **. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia- -yy Saturday Morning. Feb. 16. 1861. Cliy.School CnutmlsalDucri* Mreilng. 4 MKHTIXO of the Hoard of Cttjr School Com-" A iuu*l"iier. will t? tialil at the Court Uoiuo (an HUMva Ihu(?iurilajr> etralng, FnLru?r? 16.1*61 at 1-S o'clock. Such of the Secrotarla* of tlio scv cnl Uo?nU ?f Trustee* aa have n?t oxiscuted thrlr otUcial boD'ls will jtreMnt 111 Bin to tba Board at thai u.t<Iln?. lor lliflr actlou llicreon. fclilC-lt UKO. W. EIGHTS, Clerk. J^S~Th* Kaxbas Aid Uectixo. The Kansas aid meeting, railed by Mayor Sweeney *? sbeld last night r,t Washing ton Hull. Major Sweeney stated the ob ject or the meeting and invited sugges tious. Dr. Logan moved that a Committee of! one from eneb Ward be appointed to so- ' licit and receive subscriptions in. money, provisions and clothing for the destitute and suffering of Kansas, Mud that tba Ta riods churches be requested to take up sub scriptions for a similar ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 February 1861

gaUg girietttyeiKct. Com will bt King. ?be uewspapers in the Cotton Confcler .iy nre urging the planters to redact* their crops of Cotton, and to plant Corn, so as to become independent of tbegrain-jrowing anboissionists of the border State*, and the Bepublicuni of the Xorth-Weatern States. Thu ia well enouph for, the Chi nene Empire will dethrone King Cotton in a few years, 10 far a? America ia concern ed China now prodnccs.ffrr* timet as much Cotton as all the Cotton States in Ameri ca. and has the soil and climate to glut the markets of the world. Labor i* dirt cheap In the Celestial Empire, and nil that i* now wanting, is Railroad facilities, wnd these they are constructing. *Pher are not racing the finer ^qualities of Cotton* in China, hit it is l>ecan?e they have never tried. Their mode of cnltaro I* rough and imperfect, bat their climate and -oil i* su perior, and whenerer the experiment U tn tde, it will be found that they can pro duce the finest fabric* in the world. Alr...

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 February 1861

NUMBER 151 VOLUME 9. A2?D ITHLISHKD BT CAMPBELL & JFDERMOT, ? XTEIiliieiSSOEB BUILDINGS. ?- ' -* -A-f i ? -? ? V A' E- cornet <\f Quiney and Maxn-SU. TERMS: 0*ily,{??y mail, payable in advance,).? ~45,00 By the Week. ?- - . .._ 10 Tri-W<?kly,(peryear,payableJn advance,) 8,00 fl}- Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advert i*6taents from a distance, or ftx>m transient city customer*, vast be paid In advance. I N SUEAN C E . ^ETIISr A. Insurnucc Co. of Hartford. INCORPOBATEP 1819. Capital & Snrplas, 52,194,100.02. The INCOMK of this Company if?,I>OUBLK that of any other Fire Insurance Corporation in the United States. Assets, January lv 18GO. Cashinhand,Al>epo?itestnHMrtt*dBanks7$33i,.ll8 48 Cash in transit, and in baa<l? of Agent*,~..100,?/7 78 U. 3. Tre*s. Notes, and accrued (utcr?t,MH.7UN0 00 U. S. Stocks, 5 perCt. semi-annual interest,...150,750 00 Real ?*tate unincumbered. 75JHW 00 Money dne the Co.??eeuretl bp Mortgage,??..?454 75 Del. A Had CI Co...

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 February 1861

fJailg gtttjMigtttce* CAMP BELL E KM 0 T 7 BD1TO&1 AS*> PEOPaiETOE*. T1IH8.?Oiar,dtUftr*d ia city, per wmIc, 10 eeotf Daily, bj mail, In adraoc?~ 46.0J Tu-Whut. by mail. In ?dr?ac?T.-?- *t?? Wuxly, by diaU, In advance^ . 1*90 w H E E L I N G : Monday Morning, Feb. 18, 1881. Tux dsrkeat hour or oar Vonntry's peril, we believe, U past. A gleam of hopeful ness Is now discerned ell over the land.? The tone of the press everywhere is be coming more cheerful; and many from be ing seriously alarmed, begin to look-opon secession as a farce, and one, too, that will shortly be played out. The present crisis, although no leas alarming than that of '37, yel arose from entirely different causes.? That was a financial crisis, brought about by over-speculation and looseness in busi ness circles?by over-buying and shortness of production; this is a political crisis growing out of a train of political events, altogether independent in themselves of the material interest* of the country? growi...

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 February 1861

gatlg SKMIiPcTfl r ? ? ^ 1:-r? ~ ?* - t%. Largest Circulation of any Pip'or m Wextern Virginia. Monday Morning, Feb. 187 1861^"? T T r jHTThk Ualtiuuuk axi> Oiuo Rah., som>.?The monthly meeting of the board of director* of the Baltimore and Obio Kailroad Company was held on Wednes day. It appears from the official report read to the meeting thai the total earning for the pail month of January amounted to the sum of 8310,314 07, which i. an In crease of $31,819 72 compared with the Mine month last year. Of ibis increase S27.739 71 was on the main stem, and $G 442 92 on the Northwestern Virginia/While on lbo Washington Branch there was a failing off of $2,282 91. We learn that tho revenue Tor the pres ent month, so far, on ihc main sicm and Northwestern Road, from freight, is largely in excess Of^ary, a?|g mg; -a^h* .ame r .no, would?ihow nu mcrease oI from $35,009 to $40,0W n<n for tfc* ^montbj Tbe same characteristics regarding passen gers, however prevailing; on the railro...

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 February 1861

gaflji jjtttitttflgttcet. Didx't Kxow How to do it.?A Justice ili the Peace In one of the rural precincts of his country, was called upon, la?t week, at a late hour in the evening, to perform the marriage ceremony for a vonng mid interesting couple. It was difficult to tell whether the lover* or the Juatice wero moat embarrassed. It waft his first attempt to tie the knot, nnd he didn't know how to do it, but lie made the attempt. They stood up before him, and lie commenced the work by nn addre.-s, purely religious and partly official atid finally broke down. He then bade them join bands, and bcclared them married, but at the same tlmo told them that they had better send for another Justice, as he was afraid that it wouldn't hold?thut perhaps it was uot done legally. Here was .1 "pretty kettle of fish." It was laur, aud the young couple were in a quan dary Finally the young inan said he was satisfied that it would hold until the next morning, when, if there was 1103* thing lacking it...

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