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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 2 March 1861

NUMBER 161 ?PTTQTnmofi r? A ? VOLUME 9. W HEELING,. VA., SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1S61. *'hI.\Tr.I> AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, INTELLIGENCER U11LDIXG8, JV. K. crnt-r nj' (Jv ittcj and J/in'n-SU. TKItMSt Daily.(hy mall. payable In advaucc,).-.? .....$5,00 jijr the . 10 Tri-WVekl>\ (per year,payable In advance.) 8,00 Advert Wng d.?ne on reasonable term*. All advertbcnients from a di Mance. or from tranident city cnstomero. mtut be paid In advance. INSURANCE JKTlSTA. Insurance Co. of Hartford. TXCJORPORATED leio. Capital k Snrplus, 552,194,100.02. The IX CO UK uf tUi? Co^joinr U DOUBLE that of auy other Vlro lusutance Corporation in the UuittfJ State*. Atiets, January 1, lfiGO. Cash in baud, Jc iKip^dfe* in ilarf I'd U*nK<&?! 1,418 48 Ca-?li in transit. aud In hand* uf A^ruU,m .100.2^7 78 U. S. Xreas. Sttua. and accruod interest.... ...7&'.?>0 uo U. S. Stocks, 6 perct. #eiui-annual interest, ...160,750 00 fteal K?tatfnaInmmbete<L -~...........7&a...

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. — 2 March 1861

gailg gnt$Unj*iur> ; CAMPBELL & M-DEBMOT, KDITOSA A5D PROPRIKTORS. T BBMS.?Daily , delivered ia city, per week, 10 ?*n Dmr, bj maH,ia ?4mnr?r^ $V Tn-Wnxtii by atsll. in ?dr*or?v- 3, WnnT. bjr nail, inkdnuic%.- 1,* . W H. K E L I N ('? : Saturday Morning, March 2, 1861. Mm. Lixcols s.ems to be giving great satisfaction ilowa tl Vulingtou. lie wu?* ' serenaded night before last, ?nd in re- - ?pen**, made a little speech, which wet ' received with a good deal of applause.? He bid* fair, front all that vre can hear, to becofoe as great a favorite with tbe Wftshlngtontatift aa President Pierce wai. Head In tbe telegraph a report of hit re- * ?nyg r ? - Ir -will be teen by a despatch under our " tetegrapblc bead tbil'morning thatM?s#rs. Tyler and Seddon, two of tbe Coin mis- > sioneri to tbe Peace Conference, deoouncc lie action as f sham, and not .satisfactory to Virginia secessionists. This ia about - what we had predicted of these gentle men, that they would use tbe Confer en...

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. — 2 March 1861

latin IfntcUigcirttv w%. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. **S? Sa^arday Morning, MarclT 2, 1861. ^-">7 ItiSLIOIOrS IVOTICE.-hwr dAitva. J. Wit???, ??f All?gh*n/ Stiolnary, . will prcaf'i in the 2-1 l'rwlnrtcrian Churcli, to-mor row (March 3U) momuiR sod eTsatag. ygpA Cool Tuaxsactios.?Some days i ago Sergeant M'Donald, of this city, re- ! ceived a letter from Daniel Longfellow, at Hamilton, Butler couuty, Ohio, -stating that oue John Johnson a counterfeiter,bad escaped from that place and wa? supposed to be lurking about this city. A reward of fifty dol'ars was offered by Longfellow for Jol.nsou's arrcsL On Thursday last John son was artntfd by officer dcroggins, nud committed to jail. A di*jmtcb was sent to Longfellow announcing that Johnson hud been arrested, and nwaitid his order. In an honr or two afterwarda the officers here received au answer from Longfellow ita tfng that he guessed he didn't want the prisoner. The officers were theu compell ed to relea...

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. — 2 March 1861

gaito The Coolest Thin^oa Record?An In cident at (he Mexican "War. As General Scotl* array whs marching triumphantly into the city of Mcxiro, n procession of monks emerged from the gate of a convcnl situated on the eminence at the right, and advanced with slow and measured tread until tbey met the army at Hght regie*. The guide or lender of the proceifivii was n venerable pricnt whose hair wan whitened with the frost of many winters, lie held iu hoth hand* a enntri- j button box, upon which there was a light ened candle, ?nd when within a few feet of J the army the procession halted. At the | army proceeded, many a true believer in : St. Patrick dropped some small coin or | other into tbe old priest's libx. And. when I it was observed that tbe soldier* wtfs searching in hia pockets for something to bestow, the qld'priest would step forward and hold bis box tu receive the donation, : Ultimately there came along a tall, gaunt, limber-sided, gander-looking Yankee, who, on seeing tbe po...

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 March 1861

WHEELING, VA., MONDA\'^ipjRIsTING, MARCH 4, 1861 VOLUME 9 NUMBER 163 ,#a;?Tr.Ii AND t'CRUSftED RY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, | IX'!<:I.L1CK?CER UVILDINUS, ?V. K. o-rtur of (Juines and Main-Sit. TERMS: |DaIly.(bv mail.payable In advance,).? ~.$6,00 Ry the 10 Sri-Weekly, (per year,payabl#in advance,) 8,00 &rnr Advertising d.>tio on reasonable terms. All advertl omenta from adistance.** from transient | jelly customer*. must l>e paid la advance. INSURANCE gETISr^ {Insurance Co. of llartford. | IXCOHPOHA-TED 18XO. [ Capital & Surpjus,S2,194,100.02. |Tbe INCOME of this Oompany la ROURLE that of ? auy other Fir* Insurance Corporation In the United State*. A4Hcti, January 1, 1860. [Cashinhaiid,Jfcl>epo*iteslu U?irtiM Ranks, $231.418 48 intromit, uu<! in baud' of AgeuU. l?io.2J7 78 fU. S.Trsa*. Note*, and accruvd iute>-?st.......7.KiMK) uo J U. S. Stock*, 5 perct. semi-Annual interest,...150,750 00 f KwU Estate uMinmmbere.L...~~......... ..75,090 00 I Money due the 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. — 4 March 1861

ggaUg CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOtT XDITOR3 iXD r&OrBIKTOki. T HRX8.-piaT,ilcllT(r?(i in city, per ?wk, lo <?ati Daiw. by mall, in advance .46,00 TM-Wnaar. by wall. In ?dr*nc*v_? 3,oe ?miT.kr mall, intdnaov l,Ot wheelTn 61 ~ Monday Horning, March 4, 1861. A darling project or Southern theorists has long been the MUblisbment of a com mercial marine, and the building op of commercial lennini at their principal sea. porta. Those of the Virginia school have contended that nothing was wanting to make Norfolk rival New York, but the adoption of a policy of free trade with Europe, as if mere facilities for buying could enrich them. And so of Charleston, Savannah and Mobile; they can sec no reason except the duty Imposed on import, ed goods, why they should not be as great business centers as Boston, New York and Philadelphia. There are, however, other and better reasons, find some of them may be briefly enumerated. The Sooth have not got the population, and consequently the prodnctions 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. — 4 March 1861

iuln ?futcH%*ufii! Largest Circulation of any Paper in We*torn Virginia. onday Morning, March 4,1861. jggyr Cnv Coi'M'ti*?Invitation to tiik X. Joit.v J. Ceittksuen.?A meeting of ! City Council was held on Saturday , niug. Major Sweeney stated thai the eel of the meeting was to officially ex- ? d to the lion. John J. Crittenden the j pitalitie* uf the city, on bis return ! eward front Washington. r. Logan submitted a preamble nnd ? lotions expressing a high regard for j patiioti?m and auteiman^hip of Mr. j r. Critteuden, inviting him to partake j the hospitalities of the city, and ap- ! ntlng the Mayor and six members to ive hiin. Unanimously adopted, he Mnyor appointed the following com tee: Dr. T. H. Login; Geo E. Wiick ij S. Bradyj J. K. Bier; X. Wilkinson *. J. Blair. f the invitatien he aceepted, a meeting citizens will he called aud further ar gemcnts made. VIakch came in like a lamb, aud has very lamb-like up to this writing.? urdiug to the proverb it will go out a lion, roar...

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 March 1861

fail]) jjuteHujcncer. lagratitiuU u Pareuu. Tktrc u ? proverb tb*t -a fatLer can Ynore easily maintain six children. than fix children one fctber." Lather relates tbii story: There was once a father who gare op everything lo bis children?his bouse, .bis fields, and goods?and expected for Ibis bis children would support him. But after he had been some time with his *on, the latter grew tire?l of him. and said to him, ?'Father, 1 have had a ?'.< kwni lo rae this night, and there, where tour arm chair stands, the cradle most come: will you not, perhaps, go to my brother, who baa n Urge room7' After he had been socne time with bii second son, he also grew tired of him, and "Father, roa like a warm room, and thai hurt* ray bead. Won't yon 70 to my brother, the baker.*' The father went, *nd after be bad been some lime with his third loo, be also found bim troublesome, and said to him, '-Father, the people run in and out here all day. as if it were a pigeon houee. and you cannot hare yo...

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 March 1861

smmmrnm fat ? tf3 3 tvii ISM r' ?; ?* - i * A i-\ - it J ?j>s 5??,k jirni^n tu ;*?? HX*.I I-" i io y^i i / ^r1 ji'j*. 7/ *r VOLUME 9. WHEELING,^.,TLTESDATJgOIlNING, MARCH 5. 18611 NUMBER 164 BY TELEURAPII* / ( Jf TTo the \VlWing D?hy fnifligen?*r.] 4 Inaugural Address f *\ I. - OP t , f < PRESIDENT LINCOLN. Fcllo&h rtt'SfhM 'of the United Stat'if:? In compliance with a custom u* old as the government itself, I appear before you to add re** vou bricllj ana ta ak? in your presence, the oath proscribed by the Con stitution ??f the United States, to be taken by the President before he enters on the execution of his office. I do not consider it necessary, at present, for me to discuss those matters of administration, about which there is ho special anxiety or ex-' citement. Apprehension seems to exi*l among fhe people of tlie Southern States', that, by the j accession of a Republican Administration, ! their properly and their pence and person- I al security are to be endangered...

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 March 1861

ggjlg MicUi|;eufri 0 A MPBEL ?'Sc H ? DEE MOT, * *Brmr.x xrmTRoniiirrcms. T*tfty. itrW-ek'tX?*?< Sjiw^TSl.'" *^Tnr*d- -*i'"0 TOWrair, fcy m*i1. to*lT?iicr> a,09 Vh-R^I^c;T" "" Tuesday Morning.-March 5.1861. This morning the sua riiiM upon a n?w administration?we wight .iltaoitsar uj.on * niw government?iti these United Slatr-. Yesterday witnessed * p'eei-eful and biood 1?? revolution, * voluntary transfer of the Execatlv* T?w,r hi tbll-imtMv Jnmei Bucbanaa Will off tlio robernf grate, nud came down a^aio to the. yommun level of private eUi*cn#hip. .ibryljain Lincoln, from .the^bumble walks of .private _Ufe assumed tba Chief Mngimracy of a great nation; and pledged himself, _by a most tolemn oath, *S<&a<jer tbe^Mttanre^lve cir^uwetaocM, ti r.itMfaUv perform the functions of Hie bigb trust to which lie has been rallrd. - ^ lowed (roip the proper. atiiiid-p.oiot,.tb? lesson of yesterday is n'snhlimc one. " ft is one, let every patriot hope, whose -teach ings will never ...

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 March 1861

Pailit gnteUiflcucctf ? - " r 3Y T53 Largest Circulation of any Pape* in Western Virginia.-fc* Tuesday Morning, March 5, 1861. t Tug IlKALTU.-fDuring ll?e month ' lit pus! there were thirty death* in this ! ty. Ui* ihc!?? nineteen were between one j nd five vears. i . 1 ? XSQTAlf. Bi'bnett, wbode rending* our itizens have witnessed with pleasure on wo or three ?i fferent occasion*, is delight* ng crowded bouses In St. Loui'. l\iai?oxEu.?We understand that j Preaidmt Buchanan has pnreone I Wanh- j [nptun Clino, who was sent to tue Peni entiary from this city, a couple of years igc, for pafeiug counterfeit coin. ^S^^Sellino xt Auction.?Seuseuey & [To. offer their stock of goods Tor sale upon favorable term*. We direct attention to eir advertisement in auotlier column.? e goods offered are all of the best, most souahle and dcsirtible, and will be sold ry low. [jBQTIk our police report yesterday we gentioued that two young vvomcu Were ken before Aid. Macmaliaway for quar Uiiigand fi...

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 March 1861

NEW FIRM. rpIIF UXDEi^mXXD n ATS A*WCIATO>THEM X Mlmto|MtMr tSnr, ofcf Maxwell, Campbell 6 Tingle, t-i/ii-xiiii PCBi-osK or Doiro.? Wholesale Grocery GEN'L COMMISSIONS USINESS At Xe. M Mais-9(^ in the r-xjta formerly occupied bj Baker ABopklM. W ? respectfully solicit th? the attention of theTrade. J AS. MAXWALL. late firm Pan*. Donlon A C?. THOS-J. CAMPBfcLL, Ute wftk U?J A lLrweU. OKO. R.TIXGL?, late with LUt A Howell. ? ' Jno4-'S9. ?Dos*? 9EUU AS 6U nrns 102 a SIW r.\Ci. (OiJ /Vuwi.) COX. 8AM. COLT'S REVOLVING FIRE ARMS PliteliiElflcf, CarbtB?a At Shot Gobi Fitmi #T UK; 1*6* 1K7; 1W. ARMS HAVE *0 EQ1TALS IX QCALTTJ and finish; bj"tb? Araywrf K?tj the United it?Uf,wd tbe prisd|nl gomoBMet* of Knrope; art not farm In all tbetr pvt^me simple, smb. frrre, tervlrabte and can be ban fo noe hundred Tarlet:**. a? veil ae Cartridge* of Powder. ball and ?hot, and aQisull part* lor repair*, from all reepect able inn dealer*, and the Hardware trade generally Addrees. detretar J COL-ra PAT...

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. — 6 March 1861

? f.. l. u A.\ D i yilLI."Hf;D BV y jATff PBELL & M'DERMOT, 1XTKLLIBKSCEK Bt'lLDaCB, ' -V. Ct.run- <\f Qiiinry and Jiain-SU. X K HMB: Byf(l?r mail, payable In adranc*,)^.......^,. fthc tVwk " <2 K'enk! jr. (per jrrnr, |*jraMe iu ad ranee.) *- Advertising: 'lone on reasonable term*. Ul advertisement* from a diftanoe, or fracn traniient F customers, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE, jsurancc Co. of Hartford. INOOHfOUATED lSlo. ^pftal & SnrpUis 52,194,100.02. I N'OJMK of tbil Company i< DOUBLE that ?r Wiy otlMr fire InnifHu -e Corporation in'the United states. Vmrti, January I, IftGO. n in nauj.* tl*rtt'tlll+nk* <2^1 AIR Ht i iu trWt, ouJ in banliof Atfeuts. ...1^7 7? .Notw, an I accrued 'n*?r?*t,..,;,;7a,l>uo 00 JjfjT dun tlje Oo? Mvurod by Si j?r Hiullniuiu ?;'? JJ? JL f^&.ri?.'ir..,u2k v. ?-?SK SaW'-vi ;: Si. L-.aU. >tj, .. M "7?, ' '* ILirlfor-L ?? <? OU " ***&; :: l jsgMj V.J..T. A Trn.t Oo. >? tSSBH? New ) m* a J? '* 1. *"*"* l?. " . U. 3...

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. — 6 March 1861

Jailg ^ffiteUigencer CAXPBZLL A K BEZKOT, K47VU ill* mttsrvik W H EEL I K G; y Morning? X&rek 6.1861. IfTtlxtz,*.*! to r?4?r- v,Ur m w? e? i**i, w?j |?. er*i If tr*% M< ft le*?t, liujy/^1 *?/ jwt nautical ?/ ti# HrW,?. He Mwwlf Wri/ ib< ^Cir^j ipva ti?e CoMtititkn, de citrw tfcet while It ?iK tftrt m> eSoru to %MSrr <w( Ua ^r^nr^as h^ttrtuii/.ytt tkt i<??9 of tU O'/ftrsarot fbl! m( t? i|grtniTe ; it will in ?5j W tk? 4?f^ lift- ft ?iS miu it viH atmplj protect Jur!f. TkU *H1, of fxim, tt de* e?ifie*d by the mcxhIos *!<o tugOMlii* eeff>proitaction ?? "??rdw," and who art w?jt4 fev^aate the/ '*ocot prevent tbt lauiojf5^''^ of to adrnis!* wikli wii' OATt both tb# will ftftd tbt power to j/ro*errt tb- pw?p^tf of the Ooteroa^BL But lie ffrit of tbe inaugu ration of euro ea ad??isisirsUoa will i>* ?t MM to strengthen tbe hands of tbe Cnlon HHrfl all C?*tf tbe Oouio. rod to th-m, and them out/, we lootc for * practical to lotiow erf ibis qeeslion of ?*c?fi?oa. a...

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. — 6 March 1861

gaits IfntcnigetrcM il, Large st Circulation or any Paper m Western, Virginia. '?? Wednesday Morning. March 6,1861. t^Oac Dollar Stork.?Tliis e?i*b lishmeot which is advertised in oar 'col umns is the place where you can go and take your choice out of an immense stock of jewelry for one dollar. The jewelry is displayed at No. 5 Washington Hall. jfegrAn** an ah?eitce of two years, the irrepressible, unquenchable Dn'dDairymple, of the Adams Exprets. has ngain dropped in upon ns with late papers. Dad has assumed new and tender relations in life ! since we but saw him. but his affection j for the newspaper fraternity is unabated. I jCSrSxmrs Fkrkv Oil News.?The Smith farm, comprising oue hundred acres near Smith's Ferry, was sold on Saturday j last to a Philadelphia .company, for $100,~ 000. One of the partners at the M'Farren Well, near the same place, also sold on Saturday last, one eigh*h of an interest In one of his w?ll? for $10,000. ft^&AiLROAD Acciobst.?On Monday afternoon, 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. — 6 March 1861

:" " - ..xj'-i l". ? gail# gnicUujcncet., Stage Xonkrnar. ttc were >peaking to u frit-nd the other day, respecting the merits of n 'velebrated j tragedian," when we bad occft#tan to coin* ment on the rant of the stage?-the loud mouthing, the outrageous gesture, the furious rolling of the eyes, the stride, \ swords that rattle in the hilt, and nil the j "pomp of the eircnmstanccV8 of the modern ! drama. Fancy this style curri^l into real i life. On being^ntrodueed to ul;?dy w?mtd ! say, throwiug yourself iutu a splendid atti- i tude?44 Most gracious madam: on my j knees I greet you/' Impressively placing ; your -tight band on yonr heart. To a , creditor who woti'.d n??t pay?aFmudaleot ! knave payest thau inenot? _By.yonder sun j that blazes in tbe zenith, thee will 1 sue, ' and thou shall see thine impious name . ttaiuiug tbe streets ou posters huge;" At dinner?;4*Now, by my soul and all my highest hopes, those beans are royal.? Were I Japiter, beans should grace each rpyal banque...

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 March 1861

VOLUME 9. T)TTO r ?T I.l?r< WHEELING, VA., THURSDAX*MORNING, MARCH 7, 1S61. NUMBER 166 .??i*l.-.J#A.M> JfLliLlSlIKD BY- . CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTWLI.IGHXCKR Bl'IIiDIN'US, K. corner of Quincy and JUain-SU. TEllMSs 0 tU.v.?b>iuaH, payable in adrance,)^.?^....r^rf5J00 By th? Week ? ?40 Tri-Weekly,(per year,payable in advance,) 3,00 Advertising d<me on reasonable terms. All advertisements frotnadlstance,orfrdmtransIent city customers, uuit be paid In advance. I NS PR AN CE. Insurance Co. of Hartford. I MOOUPpRA'I'KD 1810. Capital & Surphis, $>194;100.02. The INCOME of this Company is DOUBF.R that of any other Fire (tnnrmce Corporation in the United Stale*. Assets, .Tunnary 1, 1860. Owh in baud. Jt Dep*dtesiu lUrti'd 11^ nlu.$231.418 48 Cash in trausit, an.1 iuh-uid*of Agents 78 U. S.Trea*. Note4. and accrued interest,......75,*>o 00. U. S. Stocks. 6 per ct. ?omi-*iiuual interest,... i;*U,75u 00 lle*l K>t;?te uuln -uaibered -...76.9VOOO Money due the CvRacnm...

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 March 1861

? ? r r _ J 1 " atlg jjutelligrttrn CAX72ZI.2. & XDZEXO?, TIXIH Ixju .M?M . ? it" j. ta M ' W H E K J, I N G: Tfear?4*y Jtorriag. atnj 7,1S6L iao ** *? wr? v?% 10 tea* froo lie Xvrtbvm ?c4 V'*-. ti^ ft??ag 2a ^ lfc? lixm'-zvrtz ? wt of tg& Jfyj vfcit ib Jfc vTict-i-t w rtp.'?! >1, W: ?eiU. Ifo&gl&s *a4 fcretk.'sridge *?frt is xtu._r*tio2T <Witr* ti?t i3r. Lib?i? bu Ilxmi tiae Inif *st? ot-Jr ^roti^d e J*rw*fiea?t c** vr c^yr. t&s tisl Le Iwft ?? ~it?yyi\r Q.z,p"-C ? mi ifBtw. n-d 4et*TS?*?Ciac? t'xtxt li* iswjtrtl ? ovM Wdhr ItTt irn SfcrCr iew U? lit Svtti. *;:??.? cntftcciv^ >14 T> TMif, Iff fc?* Si WW TWartTai ?! tibe ?sn. *? **re m<rtirzux vp U? till vnthBf. rt* ??1? sa* Uh.; Sib i*?si K*i1?ji {#?^T? '. bv: *? bfc? V/ ?r*pfc frsm *?&.'*??- *? of lit ?Obt*- ^ feffiff 1* 5&*T Jrtrt of St*l* TW m*ipu9i??< ??? >|9? Csmsx, ??4 twrtitf tsj evil Lv< prtscipilAlfc tfee v* KBf Crftl *.r?ioa - A rcioUtktt trc* 'rlS*iTd ir.Timrtiv% ii>...

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 March 1861

laity f utcHrgcwm . Largest Circulation of any Paper'in Western Virginia. t?? Thursday Morning, March 7,1861. SENSENEY & CO. " WILL DKVOTK 'this -vftkrnoon TO TUB SALK OF l\E SIl.KS, FI.OL'XCKI) BHUEGES KLKGA.VT ORGANDIKS, d olh?r b?K?S OOOII.-i. TugMhtr with 1.ACE ClitTAINS. it tkr tiiar, Lvlm, to x^rurr URRAT BAU FI V~ , . ml,: Ifig-LiTTi t Pi.n ?It may he o queer ?Me, and wo may not lie proinpilv ex tent for announcing, thus ptiblicly, the bs?ession or il: but we have lor several kys been highly tfelighud with a brood little, rat, chubby pigs, whirl, frislc fiout in the stable yard opposite our ice. We have the evidtnce of ' the Jew j?t Sbakspeare drew." that -Some thrrp arp, lu*e not * |C|ilii2 pi^," we are oue of those; but the little msy fellows, over the way, are ?> very Itty, so entirely loud or fun, so innocent | firacelul j? tbeirexercise, and withal, pITecliouatc and iutelligeut that wo can-' Eresist the temptation to say a word in ? hr"r- T,1?re '? one little, bla...

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 March 1861

gattg gnielligcnccr. ????aar .* * - | "VV)i*t Conktl(ales m. Hnudtotuc 31 an. Well?in llie fint pljcc. there must be enongh of him; or, failing in that, butj come lo think of it, be viurnt fail in that, because there can be. no beauty without health, or at least, according to ray way of thinking. In the second place, be must hATe a beard; whiskers?as tne gods please, lint a b'enrd I insist upon, else one might a* well look at a girl. Let his voice have a dish of the Niagara, with the music of a baby's* laugh in it. Let his smile be like the breaking forth of the sunshine on a spring morning. As to hi* figure, it should be stroug enough to con tend with n inan. and slight enough to tremble in the presence of the woman he lores. Of course, if he is a well mado man, it follows that he must be graceful, on the principle that perfect machinery always move* harmoniously, therefore you and bimsflf and the milk pitcher, are safe elbow neighbors at the tea-table.? Thiw style of kiindsome man...

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