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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 25 February 1861

WHEELING. VA., MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1861 VOLUME 9 NUMBER 157 l'IUVrtl> A.\D 1'IBLISIIKD BY i CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ; IXTELLlGEXCEIi BU1LD15GS, ! . A. K. corner of Quincy and Jiain-SU. TKRMSt ?iljr.(*?y mail, payable In adrajjce,)_ -$5^X) the Week ? ..... ..... 10 i-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance,) 3,00 Advcrti*iugd'?ne on reasonable terms. 11 advertisements from a distance, or from transient customers, must be paid in advance. In s~ urance^ ^ETlST.A. isurancc Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED XSXO. pltal & Surplus, $2,194,100.02. i INCOME of this Company is DOUDLE that of any other Vire In-mr.iueo Corporation iu tb? United .ilatn. Aiseti, January 1, 186(1, in haud,lDe|KMitcSiA llartt'd Uuulu,|J3i.4iS 48 iutrau?it, and iuhaudsof Agent*,.-. 10o,i&7 78 .Treas. Notes, and accrue 1 'uterest,; 75.900 00 .Stocks,5 percUfteiuUtunual iutereet,.M].r*0,7fr0 ou Estate iluiu :uiubered .. 75,996 00 jy due the Co- secure*! by BIortftage,........4ft4 70 ? Hud C IC-i. Jrd*,C...

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. — 25 February 1861

guUUigetun CAMPBELlT<fc M'DERMOtT SDITOna ASD PBOPBIXTOaS. TKRMd.?Daily. delivered in dly, per vtek, 10 e?nta Dinr, bj mall. In *4v?no?? .Si?oo Tw-Wiutr. by null, in adrantfr 3,00 Wuxu.by mtltfinidnuK^.. 1,00 W Jrl E"E~i, I N OT Monday Morning. Feb. 25, 1861. Wx would ?Iirkt the attention of our readers to an item in the conclusion of our Richmond correspondent's letter, which will bo found on our first page, this morn ing. Our correspondent estimates that the Convention is costing Virginia the nice little bum of $2,000 per day. We have no doubt that it approximates that, and may possibly overgo it. The Conven tion has been in session ten dny??and in that brief space, has saddled on Virginia tax payers something like $20,000. But this is nothing; it is a mere beginning. Who knows, or who can anticipate how long the Convention will sit? Tbe conser vative element seems to be largely in the j ascendant, so we do not look for precipi tate action of any kind. The majority are not goin...

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. — 25 February 1861

fliln ^nteUiflcncM C3 V Liargest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, "ft* mday Morning, Feb- 25,1861. JTTiie HivKit.?-The river was still g on Saturday. The weather was y, and there was a slight sprinkle of The Courier came up from Cincio iml returned again in the evening. PArrest of a Swindler.?McCon ; who recently perpetrated several swiudlinx operations in Washington y, and *li'? was followed to Bridge and persued into the woods adjuceut it city, was arrested on Saturday, at ?land, Ohio. Col. By?rs, of Wasli n, went 011 to bring the rascal home. jr- Feather Dressing Machine.? Poole and Joseph Frazier have now j liibition, on Monroo street, one door Odd Fellows Ilall, a curious rn? called u Feather Dresser and Bed rator.^lt makes anew bed out or an ic, and does its work so admirably at once commend it.-elf to all who see t is worthy of examination. Faster.?This annual festival oc hia year on the last, or 31st day of Eeaster was celebrated by our ancestors in April, as 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. — 25 February 1861

M|> gtatclttgcRCcr. !? ??if ? I.: tiHent Ulitftf. Mention has been made of those fjriefa, wholly secret and silent, which are never, guessed by even closest friends; the sa cred self-conlrol of which makes them easier to bear than many n lesser anguish. In contrast to these may be placed the griefs that everybody knoirs and nobody rpealcs of?snch as domestic nnhappiness, disappointed love, carking worldly cures, half-guessed uukindnesse?, dimly-sutycct ed wrongs; mi>erie?* which the suBWerre fuses to acknowledge, but suffers on in a proud or heioic silence that precludes all others from offering either aid or sympa thy, even if either were possible, which frequently it is not.. In tnany.of the con junctures, rrises and involvements of hu man life, the only safe, or kind, or wise course is this sulemn though heart-broken silence, under the shadow of which it nevertheless often happens that wrongs slowly work themselves right; pains les sen, at all events, to the level of a quie...

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 February 1861

{ V?7, >i2l 1o CCiTlfctifl > a mitt a 3 'f-won < v ?? v (.[ A VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1861. NUMBER 158 rKl.MKD AND lglBfclSlIKD BY CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT; ISTELLIGBXCER BUILDINGS, .V. B. carw of Quiney and Mailt-SU. TERMS: >ally,(hy mail,payable In ad mace,).?....... ^....$6,00 iy the Week........... 10 !r'i-Weekly, (per year, payable In advance,)--?- 3,00 M9- Advertising dune on reasonable terms. All advertisements ftnm a distance, or from transient Ity customers, most be paid in advance. INSURANCE. ^TNA Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED 1QXO. Capital & Surplus, 52,194;100.02. Che IXCOMK of thl< Company is DOUBLE that of any other Fir* Insurance Oirpuratiun In the United State*. Assets, January 1, 18G0. lash in baud, A Uepo*ite*iu llartl'd Bauks,f2&4,448 4S fauh iu transit, and lubaudsof Ageut*,....loo.2y7 78 J. S.Trens. Notes, and nee rued rnterest,..;...76.900 00 L S-dtvck*, 6 per ct. semVapnual interest^. li6?^I50 00 U...

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 February 1861

CAMPBELL &"irDEBMOTT SUITORS JLXD rKOfMIETOtM. T BEM&?Daily , delivered in citj, p?r week, 10 eioti Dajat, by auO,to tdriRo^?^^-.44,00 Tii-VIIUT. by maO. Ib afrmatt^ *,<* Wauir, by nail, intdnucar..^...^ 1,00 W H EELING"i Tnetday Morning, Feb. 28.1861. It teems pretty generally agreed on that Mr. Lincoln, fa leaving Harrisbarj; prtrip itately for Washington, acted at the earn est entreat of bis friends, who bad, somehow got wind of a design to murder him. Up to the time of this writing we bare nothing additional except this para .graph describing the interview previous to Mr. Lincoln'*-departure - Mr. Lincoln did not want to yield, and CoL Sumner actually cried with indigna tion; bnt Mrs. Lincoln, seconded by Mr. Jndd and Mr. Lin coin's original informant, insisted upon it, and at 9 O'clock Mr. Lin coln left on a special train. He wore a Scotch plaid cap and a verj loog military cloak, so that be was entirely unrecogni sable. Accompanied by Superintendent Lewis and 6ne fr...

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 February 1861

? , :A )i j' j Largest Circulation of any Falter in' Waitera Virginia. "8? . Tuesday Morning, Feb- 26,188L ? i ! Jktf~CiTY Council.?The Council 'tact ast evening at the call of the kfter some preltmihatjr business Mr. Jacob tated that letters had been received from ichmond stating that certain persons in vested in the Holiday's Cove Railroad ompany were endeavoring to have certain strictions which were imposed by the egislature in the act incorporating the >mpany, removed. It seems that by the id act the Holiday's Cova Company conld ily commence the work npon their road naltaneOnsly with the building of the llroad bridge at this point. The Cove impany were now raafciai: an effort to ve this restriction \ removed. Ir. Jacobs, therefore introduced a reao ion earnestly jje^u eating our Senatoi t -delegates to oppose the movement.? i resolution was adopted. Ir. Caldwell called the attention of.the incil to tbe fact tuat the town o!ock< i not striking, and hadn't been doing cb good...

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 February 1861

gaitji jntclligtncet. "~TTW7^TT^Li. ' I ? 'InT'V "*? Tlie Truth About ?RBinP?trli"-HU . Laat Leap. A correspondent of the Bochester Drmo* " crat ukes exception to a fctntetnent con cerning the renowned Sam Patch, which recently appeared In an KngHsh book, and gives the. correct verslQn of the story of ^that individual's fiat leap. He Eays: ? t4S?m Patch's last"'leapSecured on the afternoon of the 15th of November, 1829; on a cold, clotbly, dismal nutuua day.? The "heavens, at if in keeping with the. melancholy spectacle, were'almost clothed in sackcloth. The sun refused torlook upon the * mournful tragedy. Bui t$n *? thousand hnraan beings, more thoughtless, lined the hanks of the rirer on both sides;, perched also upon the mills and houses. and in trees, above and below the high banks, to cheer and encourage *.he poor drunken suicide iu bis self-immolation.?^ A scaffold was erected thirty feet high, on the island above the: falls, as they then were, standing Very near where 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. — 27 February 1861

HI IIUI .III j|l J. t ..-J'.HA.'jVi I ?" fcaft '?).?? i:3 ?a - >r* ?\\ <r??tl JA ?' -*iXC * y" f- - '' '? 'ffi 's. ??*??<?liii -4 ?M ^ - trrt^Ft -o??i| . -:tJ i'.H.v.H T* r< ;J HPW*U?5 Off* K?J TNG, FEBRUARY 27, WHEELING, WEDNESDAY VOLUME 9 ?? > ? 0<1J Xtl 9*?iO > gv $ stocyrgO "tv * 5COGI&T NUMBER 159 ' 1 11 .'J l'KlNTKD AND PUBLISHED BT 3AMPBELL&M7DERMOT, iSTBLilOEKCBR BCmfalSO?, A". ? war <iT 1*1*1??' TERMBi , n/.(by raaU,p.j?W<> In adrMM,* ,-4i#0 By the Week ? 10 kWrAlj-.d*!-in ?dY?nc*,)?.... tflO f AdrertMnf dum <m nuoubU lirllll. 14dTfUin? lilt! from %4UUoce, orfriga timMUnt lit jr cutooen, miu? t>o (aid 1? (dnan. INSURANCE. isurance Co. of Hartford, ipltal A Snrplns, 412,194,100.02. ? ixcour. of this Compaoy It DOCBLK that of nay other Fir# In?nrauce Corporation In the United SlttM. A?Mti, January Xi 1800. >*h in hood, A Dfp<witMli\ ilartt'd U>nfciiat,44B 41 2ash intrahslt, and inbai*b*f ItaA+.t.JJUpiri 78 ] "" Kwfti<U(?...

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. — 27 February 1861

gailg giiUUigtiittv CjfKJBELL iX'DEKrfOT, EDITORS AST) ?R0FBI*T0I18. t * RHS??Daiit, dsUrerad in city. per wek, 10 e?n? e Drnr.bj mail, in advance*-. ?.4^00 ? Tu-Wcmf. by snail, inadTmnoo,.?? 3,00 . W***x.r, by otaO, tn advance, 1,0b W~H E E T? I N p7 Wednesday Morning, Feb. 27,'1861. . ? ? 1 - 1 -? - ? ' a We 1*t before our readers thii morning, oo oar first page, an interesting letter from John Minor Botu, written in reply to an Invitation from Troy, N. Y-, to attend. a celebration of Waihington's Birtb-day. We bare been favored by our special reporter at Richmond with a manoaoript copy fur niibed to him by Mr. Botu, after reading It to a number of friends; and we thus print it in advance of ill publication elsewhere. It willbe-fonnd to contain the same manly and incorruptible sentiments for which t Mr. Botu is noted, expressed* in bis vigor ons, characteristic style. Bat 'in saying this we are not to be understood as eodorsng all the position** taken in the letter?We join heartil...

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 February 1861

. Largest Circulation or any Paper in Western ,VinJnia.*W Wednesday Morning, Feb- 27,1861. ASTLkxt.?Lust Sonday week wits the Snnday known in the calender na 4lQuad refreaimu," or the first Sunday in Lent.? The season known as the lenten season extends over a period of forty days, exclu sive of the intervening Sundays, which are ' feslit-als throughout the ywr. The par ticular number, forty, has always been i fixed upon in commemoration of various f remarkable fusts recorded iu Holy Writ.? \ Thus, we retid In Scripture that Moses fasted forty'days and forty nights previous to receiveiug the law on Mount Sinai?> Prophet Elijah fasted for the same length of time in the wilderness, and the Savior, before his temptation, forty days and forty nignts. In remembrance of all these, but more especially of the last mentioned, the Christian Church appoints that her people shall, year by year, observe a solndtn fast, as ' preparatory to the celebration of the greatest of her festivals?Easter...

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 February 1861

etuct. XswtrmB reporter* all the world over m? fond of * joke.. Ther cao track tbem ?f well, and wjo; then ag keenly a< any set of fellows in the world, aod if there is anytniofc of the kind going oe tbejr are Terj apt to koow it. One of tbem writing to tbe Prtn from New York apeakiag of Robert Lincol?oa the "Prince of Hails/' as be is st/led,?the aon of tbe President elect sajs: WfcatcTermay have been tbe youngster's waycf life in New York, it is certain that \ be want atrungljr in for fen at tbe West; for at Bnflklo on 8atarday eeening, be popped bis bead into ttre'rooo} where the , reporter! were having a good time, (to whom, by tbe war, be cottoned amazing* Jy) and tbe following dialogue ensued; . Bob!" said tbe party, ??come in and take something.', l4Can't do It, boys," quoth the Prince, I'm going to perform my abolitions." (prononnred with great empbapls) "Look bere, gentlemen,n cried be, striking a trig ico lodlcrous attitude, Ukeyour last, tinnl farewell look at my featu...

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 February 1861

VOLUME 9. k?g ?. - . ? NUMBER 160 W r A^D *'u9u,M|KD^,rr j f [ OAMPBELX, & M'DERMOT, INTJKLLIUjEpiCER DUIX<DIN(aS9 iV. K.eururr nf Qniney ani i/aiu-SU. t H A-SrflHi ) 11 iu > T yi 3,1 At 8 s D*fly?(br mafl, payable in adranceji^^.., ?$5,00 Ity the Week .. 10 | Trl-W>ekly,(per year.payable In advance,) 3,00 A'irrrtWnjc d.?e on reasonable terms. All from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. Insurauec Co. of,Hartford. TNc6nijoitATiir>Isio. Capital & Surplus, $2,194,100.02. The INCOME of thi? Company la DOUBLE that of .any other Fire lnjniranro Corporation in the United States. A.aaet?f January 1, 1800. " Cashlahand,*Depo?it<(siul(4rirdll:iulu,t?Ul448 48 CaaU In transit, and in bauds of Agents,....loo,Art 78 until?n>t>?r?l 76^W100 Sills il?o?lral>le. amjily -ecu red, .7,040 60 thar Miscellaneous item* ..? 17,844 00 Connecticut River Co. Stock 1,250 00 Waterbnry n??k ?* 5.300 00 Stafford Springs Bank " ............

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 February 1861

gutclligeiuct CAMPBELL ft M'DEBMOT, EDIIOJL3 A5D rROPUErOHS. TBR1U.?DAJLr,<1ellr*rMlnciljt per w?-ek, lu ??ot* Daut, t.j cull. Id ?drmoe?... f*,H> Tu-Wexsls;, by maO,? adraac*,?_ X,OS wnitT, by mail, lamdrmoos? l.Ot, " w H'EE LI X 0:g. ~ Thursday Morning, Peb. 28,1861. Ok oar first page, this morning, we te prodnee from the Charleston Mtrcury% a length? bat WliSe article, from the pen of Leonard W. Spratt, of SoaUi Caroline, known to many of our readers as one of tne leading exponents of Southern opin ion. This letter has been called ont by the action of the Southern Congress iu reference to the prohibition of the foreign slave trade?action, W* are told, which is most offensive to tbe leading spirits of tbfl Palmetto State. Mr. Spratt being re garded as foremost among ber champions of the peculiar vi*w? of the Palmetto the orists, is pat forward as their exponent, In order that not Only the dignitaries at Mont gomery, bnt mankind at large, mar know why South Oaiolina is not sa...

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 February 1861

?S- Lirgeit Circulation of any Paper in ' Woatern Virginia. -fc* Thursday Morning, Feb- 28,1881. ?to*A??ct Oil.?At n time vIiid k man . who relu.es to mauifcat on iutcrtslin oil is regarded ai lacking enterprise and a pro per regard for bis family, everything in relation to that subject will prove Interes ting. Tli? earth is being bored on all ?ideiof u?. Tberage forspeculation ner er ran so high. Even tbe Caiifuroia gold excitement .curcely equalled tbe state of things existing iu many parts of this ?cc tion of country; and it is not much wonder, I for there lias been more money made on ?' tbe little Kanawha recently iu one week i by a streak or luck, iban was erer made ill California in two. Still tbe boriuggoes ?in. Merchants who have heretofore dealt in fancy articles, and handled tape, are fonnd digging away in grcnuy ditches Doctors, lawyers, judges, mechanics, nnd fanners are head overbed. in the biulness. If tbetbiog keeps on tbe earth will be like a vast many flued locomoti...

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 February 1861

gattjv jgnicitftj enter. ?II I.. I. II -- ThrSute of Keeling la Texaf. A Reil Rivrr Tallrj ror respondent of ih^Minpuri J/n*o<iat, writing on Feb- 9, represent* that tbtM? c3-i< n of Tcxubu cretted a pnoic in many parts vf tlit State. Numerous persona with wLora he baa con versed atate that thousands of families are anxious to sell off their propert y and emi grate to California. Mam of tbe mosten terprlstrifrf.irniers, fiirnrnr from the Nor thern States, bnve ?letern>in?*d 10 go b?ck to (beir old hoiuf?. uV?1aabi? farms and town lots, ' said the informant of tbe writ er, ''can now bongbt for a mere song. Ne groes will scarcely sell for half as. mucb as tbej w.-ulil bring eigbt raontlis igo.? and I wljl ver.tnre tbe'prediction," contin ued be, "ibkt not more- than-a year will elapse before * bole eections in Teras, now seemingly prosperous and flourishing, will be intirely depopulated, unless tbe mad Mttempt *t secession is speedily slopped," Tbe same writer (ays that tbe s...

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 March 1861

VOLUME 9. WHEELING ? " ' MARCH-1, 1SG1. ? NUMBER 161 : LjUtlUflOi J!:i ~ fllL,\TKD ASU PDBLISIIKD BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTKLL1GKNCB11 BFILDINGS, Jv. K. comrr .</ Qmncy ami Main-Hi. S. T F. Ii M S s Dully,(Hy mull, payable In advaoce,>- .$5.00 By the \r?*k ..... - 10 Irl-lTffkly,(pfr y?r,ii?yiUe In advance.) 3,00 4?* Advertising done on reasonable term*. A11 advert l?emeuti from a distance, or from transient etty customers. mast be paid In advance. r._ I N SUE AN C E . Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED 1810. .. Capital & Surplus, $2,194,100.02. The INCOME or this Company Is DOUBLK that or any other Fire la-uir.tiu-e Corporation In the United StatM. Aneti, Jaunary 1, 18GO. Cash in band, * iK?p Hit w iu litrli'd HaukMAMIS 48 Cash in U" unit, aul iu lutu-Uor Aleuts,.~.100,2m7 78 U. S.Trea*. Note*. and accrued luteioHt 75.900 00 U. 8. Stock*. & p*rct. semi-ana ual iu threat.. ..166.750 00 Keel g.tate nnln mm be rod, 6.994 00* Moa?y dae t>ia Co.. secured bf M...

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 March 1861

gailg gateUigeucn CAMPBELL * K'DEBMOT, BOITOU AJTD rmOTKISTOK*. TIKKI^jDuif tdtfrarHincitr, per vnk, 10 (wn Dan*. toymaU, la ?d*?ne? iS WHEELING; ~ Friday Morning, March 1,1861. Taiu appears to be bnt oa'e xeutiuient ? of universal indignatloo at the base and 1 shamefal defectioa of Geo Twiggs. His j treachery Is tb? most atrocious that ba* yet been perpetrated. A General of the United States army, with bi* commission in bis pocket, bound by every sense of duty and honor tbat could (Inspire a soldier -and officer, be bas violated all, and surren< dered. bis command bodily to tbe seces (ionlsta of Texas. Gen. Twiggs bas been suspected for some time, of an affinity for secession, and acratcements bad been made to succeed him In bis command, !bnt it bad aever been for a moment supposed that ba would ao far forget Mis duty as an offioer of the United States army, a4 to betray hit command ignomlnionsly. into the bands of. the enemies of his co?nfrytj But he has dons it, and placed him...

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 March 1861

ailn gutclliptuer *V Largest Circulation of any Paper in Wsitcrn Virginia^-tt* ^ j Friday Morning. March 1,1861. j rHc Kivca.?The river id still fall ing slowly. We have nothing of iuipor- j tance to note in connection with the land ing. pyflrt St. ClairsrUlo neighbors will have an election for Postmaster next week. Among the numerous candidates U u lady, Mrs. Joseph A. Rainage. jBo^Accidkxt.?A son of Edward White, residing in Vniou Township, Belmont couuty, Ohio, was kicked by a horsu on Monday last, and died from (be effects on the following day. Pubviascs, of the Washington Reporter and Tribune, called up uu as last evening. He if on bis way, with nearly everybody else, to visit the Capital to wit ness tbe inauguration. ftggrTHKATBK iv MAQTlXBViLfcS.?Over the river, in Martinsville, they have a theatre under the management of a Mr. Breyer. Tbe compAuy has beeo playing ftr St. Clairsville for several days. J5QF* Divobcks ?Tbe St. Clairsville Chronicle says thsre have been fifteen ...

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 March 1861

Sfjf gUtHfigencet. ...jp.-.. . > F?}?M4nMik.( U raw. comfort to know thatImcftc bar? lTBO, t>erve? of motion. The He* that ??err iuMCt aad rejitlU, aad mn the mrri ' ?dj of sfliaalcolc that we art obliged Co craib and destroy day br day, suffer pain, is a terrible one. The poet4 b?n tnngbt u? the idem; it is {ell to Mtonliui to set as. right. Insect* mar be eat and polled to pier^s without giving any indication* of pain. When they lose a leg or two, they go about their business without senning to mind it at all. Cut a waap In two, to that his thorax is separate*! from his stomach and abdomen, aad be walks aboot merrily, and eat* -with an uuusdalty good appetite. Tn fact, a* hit food parses through him at ? ?cf. it gives him no inconvenience, and he can eat any quantitr. The enjoyment does not life very Jong. bee?aie the pror cet* of nutrition cannot go on wilboat the organs of digestion; but Mr. Wasp does not appear to golfer la the least. Incect*t in certain cases, show mnscn...

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