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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 December 1859

T hear an old man's dying sigh, ?? -ni '? And an infant's Idle langh ton * - The Old Year goes with mourning by. i The New comes dancing After. Earth's high and great still keep their state, -?> And drink of. Life's purple wine; rs But somo who were rich in *5S, Are poor In-'AO. ? Beauty still raLss and conquers hearts, ? . And talks of the latest iaihlons; ... And men still yield to gatan's arta. And, of course/to their evil passions; , And pretty Kate will scold her mate, In <& dialect uo? divine; Alas! ihey were married in 'SS, ? : i -:'T|??y partedin/50. - Crimeyot abounds in thewortd's highway, ' -? ?'!" Bnt Is gently called "insarii^" *?. "fl ?'-* ? ' ' By men who fritter God's laws away, : '?;: And man's, by thoir.own insanity;? ? And folks will relate poor John Brown's flite, , ?' As they hurry home to dirie, . Cbmparingthe hangings of'53 With thehanginga or *50. ' When it good man dies, all the vulgar hordsr- . . Who gaped with admiration, ? u' ?' Will flock aroun...

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. — 30 December 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, Y A MORNING, DECEMBER 30. 1859 NUMKER 1!0. I'JtlNTKD AND l'OJSUSIIEB BY CAMPBELL & M'DERUIOT, l.VTELI-IGEXl'ER BUH.niJTGS, .V. / . rr rrrr Qin'ncj awl J/utn-&*. 1- 1-: UMS: naily-P* In ?AV.00 Hv llio W?ek. /Iiavablo t.> th? Curriers.). 10 Trj-W.-vkly. Qier yew, payable i:i advance.) 3,00 - Advertising d.jliu on r?neo;ial>le tcrmi. Ml advertisements from n distance, or from transient Ciiv customers. umit ?o iisid in advance. ^ 'INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? IN* T II E ? I.VCOKl'OitATMI) 1S19?GIIAKTCU IVEKPFTUA L. *3wCa?ih Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. wirn a flT.ptia cr $5txi,3?7 8S. Aui the prertigeof SS y??rs Mucccsa and experience. Assets, January 1, 185S. Cadi in Itepo*Ito<?iii llartf dll*uk*.$:J4S,123 C9 Cadi in transit ami Agent.-rtiand.s IC6,S72 05 Minify t!t?e t)i?r Co.. ^urc?l by "Mortgage,... 5.41 S 04 He;! K?tat?t unincumbered 4T,t^>3 42 Uiib Jtccoivablrt 25,177 IS , MAUKET VALUE. lnjllomt^b.. Jt 10 p^'rct....

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. — 30 December 1859

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, editors AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?BiaV, delivered in city, per week, 10 cents Dailt, by mall* in advance-.. .Jo,00 Tju-Wxeklt, by mall, in adranee,. ?? 3,00 WSULT, by moil, inadranrc^.. 1,00 WHEELING: Friday Morning, Dec. 30,1859 Tuose members of our Virginia delega tion in Congress who never omit nh op portunity to range themselves on the side of dis-Union, evince ft shortsightedness which is as discreditable' to their intelli 5ncis'ns it-is to their patriotism.1 Soinp theni.' like Prior, Leake, Gnrnettc? " I especially the last namod-?out-Iveitt Kcitt ? himself, in boislrronsjand vengeful threats; when if all they threaten and seemingly wish for Bhould happen, it wonld.be noth ing more nor less than the coining of the evil day for their constituents- These gen tlemen should remember somp words thtft * have very Jately been fashionable in the Golf States, about a cotton confederacy. Ttipy should remember that Maryland and'Virginia, and Kentucky and 'Missouri ...

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. — 30 December 1859

ifculn $ iitflliflcnccv Lorirest Circulation of any Paper-in v*" Wehtorn Virgmia.'iU jriday Morning', De?. 30, 1859 C t^VKWJPis I BKVBLOPBS! I?Wo '.Inn just received a fine lot of extra quality 011 imas. which will 1? printed in tlio lm?t ntyle, wmcu CAMPBELL 4 M DKRMOT, c-i*lp. ^ A Curd of Thanks. In annouuoinjs the success of the Supper nt Wash ilis:#n Hall for the benefit of the Orphans, tho ladies dea're to express their thanka to tho public for their patronage, ami to all those who by their contribu tions ami favors aided in making the Supper worthy of jatronage. The liberality of Messrs. T. Sweeney v ^ Jiani-j & Edwards of the MeLnro, Capt. Terry Ind J. X. Zinuner. is entitled 10 special acknowledge ments. liut the bountiful charity of many who at tended the Supper cannot be forgotten by the orphans or their friends. dec30-lt* r-Xf Citv Election.?Candidates will please remember, tb.it" wc in variably charge ?2 for all announcements for the city ofli cet?ti '-t paid for in ...

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. — 30 December 1859

[From the Homo Journal.] Under the Suow. The eky loo*? pale through a misty rell; Th? winter wind w*ils lond; ? * And cloud-shapes gricre as tlioy rapidly tresr* The cold, stUl earth a shroud. Now, aplriU In white, with lootstepa light, > .Come trooping down the sky like shapes of a dream, or like angels they Mem, As they float so airily by. Oh, the winter anow! the winter snow? We lorod it enre full well! ? -And with childish shoot, ringing merrily out. Hailed the fleecy shower ai it fell. Bnt nosrtlnce we know, that under the snow, v ? Hid from the light or day, Thare are treasures lair?treasures most rare, . .. In dnrknoM hidden awaj; - Oar gladness Is o'er, and we lore no mora : To mm the snow-fell (some; >\ar a hoavy chili, and a ien? of ill, - It brings to our heart and home. Oh. the treasnros fair! the treasures ra rare, t .Hidden under Uio snow, .Are not tho sweot 11 >wors that in summer hours .Bet mount and meadow iv-glow. Something moro bri?ht to our yearning sigh...

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. — 31 December 1859

VOLUME 8 WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1S6! NUMBER 11 1'llINTKI) AX7) PUKLISIIKD BY p \ T/TPBELL & KPDERTSIO ISTELLIGEXCER BlILBINGS X. j:. comer of Qainc't ami Main-Ss. TEJIMS: T)iilT,(hj mnil, payable in mivatir,\> 3 11v frajpbl? to ?fri-\N i?klyS (per year, j>aynble in advance,} ; j&- Advertising done on reasonable tonus. All advertisements ftt?jnn distance, or froni trans ci: r customer* mustuepaid ia advance. *' riNS-TJR A N C E . Clioice First Class Iri? ? ix tis?~ IXCORPOKATBD 1S10?CHARTER PJBRPFTU /IjrCashCapital $1.000,000. absolute and unimpai VIM A STEPLUS OF *600,3b7 SS. Aud tho prestige of US j?u3 kuccobh and oxperie; Assets, Jaunary 1, 1853. Cash in hand. k Depositus in HartPd Hnnknt$31St12; Cash in transit and Agent^hauds. 100,87: Monry due the Co., secured by Mortgage,... 6,11: Real Estate unincumbered . 47,05; Dills Receivable * 35*17: 102 Conda C. It 10 per ct. i nterert^nnuallyJsiokoo t>57 Shares Rail Quad Stfcck, 54,44 ?0 ,k Conne...

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. — 31 December 1859

CPBELL & M'DEEMO] -^)ilLT, delivered in city, per week, 10 ci TUn.r hrmnll. In ?dranC8? 5?Ito-W?KLT, by mail, inadvance-.. - ?Iftocxur.by mail, in advance,. ?-,v t ./ .^v/#E E LINO: , Dec. 31,1851 "?vrill'be seenbyreference to the pr Ijinthis morning's paper, that on, Esq., U announced as a can rjtliQ Mayoralty. We depart fr S impartial silence in rcfereuci Sites for the various city offices, sa'four anqualiBed satisfaction at t daiion. . It strikes us as being one roryihest that could be made, and ut little doubt that it will so i )'?'majority of the voters of this c: Jr. Wilkinson is a representative man le represents the omcardnes* of this ci Sf we might use the term. lie is clos [identified with onr leading interests, t enjoys to an unusual degree the confide: of both the capital and labor actively c [ among us. Mr. Wilkinson _ is the right man for 1 Fright place, in our opinion, and we bclii Ewe speak the. judgment of the people wt Kve say so. Let as elect liim. By Ibo arri...

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. — 31 December 1859

J office, of the <t mid, o speed rday Morning, Dec. 3 JtOPESI ESV5DOP c just received a fine lot of cxtr I which will bo Jtrinteil in" till CAMl'BELL 4 M -City Election.?Candic I remember, that we invaria Jill announcements for th if paid for in adrunee. ?To be Clobed.?Mondn; J as a holiday, and we a s*y that the Ranks an itions will be closed. Pa iR^iapcr maturing on that day, ire cipcctcd to give it attention rTitE Sleedixo.?Never, s i driving sleet came, or fr< ?J tliis city turn out as m ai might have been seen brni gupon every street, or bws a sufficient declivity to fc tli t ie weight of a man or bo; o\ erestimate, we think, wh at tl ere were not less, than twi in and uoys engaged in this : Irious parts of the city, princij -lonroi Jlaiu, Hampden and Pi ' 2nd TlHni street in Centre Wheel k. -Sleds ok Main street started abo\ P uer of L'uiou, and, if well manag , 'come oils to vision ilao3t down to the I> distance of two squar hid room for three or course, the weight i...

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. — 31 December 1859

? j_7 *? i^.z, VCalnBUre liftT.ND . 2A3TB, ?>??>!?? AND ? ?mmi%8iouer ill Chan jGarner of Fourth and Monroe streets,. WHEELING, VA: Jl "practice !u the courts of the adjoining gfl give particuUr'attontioni to the collection to that of llon. Sliorrard Clemou?,. ? WHKEEIKfo,VA j. CORNER, MAIX STllEET, ?>>i* Wheelhiia:, .Va; :ti> supply goods of nuperlof qaality a, toalj. those who may. find It4 conve-' RICHEST DIADEM V,. .ever . WORN BY kingsor EMPERORS, What! Why aBeanliful Head of Hair. B' EOAUSETTISTHK ORNAMENT GOD HIMSELF provided for nil our race. Reader, although the rt?e may bloom over so brightly in tho glowing cheek, the eye be ever so-sparkling the teeth bo those o! pearls, 1f the haul ia .bereft of ita covering, or the hair ta snarled and shriveled, harsh and dry, or wowe itill, if sprinklod wlth gray,- nature will lose ?mors thanhilf hfer Charms..'ProtWoode Hair-Restorative, ffw<^twoor: three times a week, will restore and permaneatly secure toiallisnch n...

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. — 2 January 1860

volume a: WHEELING, VA., MONBlY. MORNING, JANUARY *2, 1860. NUMBER 11*2, AND I'lil&lSHKD BV / rKLl-If;E^CER Bl ILDTSGS, ? f . fic.rntr "/- (hour;/ izn-( Vain-SU. ? i T K RMSi -&&is#sessstzfi ; rX'y- jpci-jrwr- li able in advance,) ^qq ? 4 ftertfeta; done on reasonable term*. , ftmnfa-ffoU* a distance, orfnjm transient .Tr 'muat W'ln advance. It Tail I>nu*'.tiru? Kivei- Co. Siock.; J 3 Bank ? ?? I ) W*t?rbuir H.uik " f i jfr.ivulcm' ,J " Kew Ynrt pprr-cr c?7 " l\ .s. Ti !!?: Co. VP* Titi i Yor? L. I. anclXrd- C 1.250 00 n.OoU 00 6.<XK) 00 ? ??..l..l,WOOO ?>?T2?jOW?oo f>0'vV - f*> 1,425,00 <*,..10,000 00 . ,..22,OU) 00 $1,506^387 S8 iUn< ' claim* ^ofcjdue.... ?173,926 84 tf if Bt;! ii jfmljiwieu an>1 pro::-. y pa;d.""S5 k.-,rdi of Si 1vOOO,()*jO ! , OfLjhav*' Til *>*$ by thv v:u 'jwuntncf Co, ^ ,?hap*>t ? h ?:$ /. vt> xxf./ . a. v m Kfikfr- -'.VJV ? ?ii?4 vr-.tT? solvency aj fair i i-'fl-i/'-" ?nkfc ?. ? PIFI$Jf>LTX( * - /?f t(r ? ? J 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 January 1860

ntrUigtum CAMPBELL & K'DEEMOT, EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS. r 7KJUI8.?Daily, delivered in rilj, per week, 10 cente ? ?. IXkttT.-by mail, in odvai?c<v~r.f..'.. 15,00 Tri-W?klt, bynJall, In advaae*. 5,00 WrrxLT, by mail, in advance, L 1.00 W IT E E I. ING: Monday Morning, Jan. 2,1880. . -"?OtnMfW YOritHWHs ?lled tts on Sat niday. To batiuiTO the tilings we gotTour .New Orleans malls. By a despatch ?firom Memphis, it seems that-the Martlia Patnem was burned at Cairo', and is a total loss. i j The Martha did a good deal of business jilt su'r;wharf here, and was a favorite with shippers. S< Odb Washington despatches state that jv the affair between Grow, of Pa:, and y- Branch, of N. C., the two members who had words in the House, last week, lias been settled by the police, instead of at ten paces, or, by the amende honorable, as the law directs. We are sorry for. this. A duel was nced od at Washington to clear up the political . ? atmosphere, and bring about a speedy or ganisation....

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 January 1860

IV Largest Circulation of any Paper in _ Western Virginia, Monday Morning, Jan. 2, 1860. IISVELOFESI ESVSLOFE8II??'c ['; have ju.1 rurrivrd a flirt-- lol of extra quality t'lt which will be printed in the heat ntTie. frtp. CAMl'UKIiL ? SI'DHRMOT, ?23? City Election!?Candidates will please remember, that we invariably charge lor all announcements for the city offi :t??to he paid for in adiunce. ??7 Jgjy-f'iTV CocxriL.^?A called meeting bf tbe City Council wu-- held at the Cham I'.TJ on Saturday evening. A petition was land from Joseph Caldjvell, notifying the ouncil that he would niemoralize the Le ijlature to pass an act exempting from .nation. by the council, of certain prop rty owned by him, which was outside the j itv limits, prior tj the' Cth of January, J S36. On motion of Jlr. Forbs an order was isde that a committee be appointed to nvi up a remonstrance against the peti on of Mr. Caldwell to be presented to the fjislalure, because Mr. Caldwell pays no jrc than others owning p...

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 January 1860

{Selected for the Intelligencer.} bt Sfaia for tlie Dying Tear. DT LOXGPTLLOW. Tea. the year is growing aid, And his eye is pale and bleared, Death with frosty hand aud cold. Plucks the old man by the heard. Sorely, sorely I The leaves are fulling, falling, Solemnly and slow. Caw! caw ! the rooks aro calling; It is a sound of woe. A sound o? woe! Through woods and mountain passes, Tlie winds, like autumn, roll. They are chanting solemn masses, Sajriug, Pray fjr this poor soul, Pray?pray. And the hooded clouds like friars Tell their bwtdsin drops of rain And patter thoir doleful prayer*.? Bnt their prayers are all iu vain, All in mini There ho standi in the foul weather, The foolish., foivI Old Year. Crowne I with wild flowers and with heather, Like weak, despite I Lear. A king, a king! Thou coates the summcr-Uke day . Hid-} the old mm rejoice. His joy! Ilis last! ilflw the old man gray Loveth her over *oft voice, ? Gentle and low. To the crimson woods he saith. To the voice gontie a...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 January 1860

NUMBER VOLUME 8 WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, I860. 114. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLIGEXCER IU 1LDI?,GS, .V. E. cnrr.tr of Quincy and Mnin-SU. 'V 13 li MS: DaRy. (by mail, payable in advance,).-. $5,00 By the Week-, (payable to the Curriers 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year.payable in advance,) 3.00 ??-Ad vert icing done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customer*, must bo paid in advance. INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? xx the ? INCORPORATED 1S19?CHARTER PERPFTUAI.. -fc^Cnsh Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. W|T!f A STUPIUS or SoOO.JiST S3. AuJ tha prentiguof 3b years success aud experience. Asset*, Januftty 1, 185 8. Cash in hand. Jt Depositee in HnrtfdBauka.$3-lS.123 60 Cash in trail-it and Agentsjhalitfi, 100,872 UO Money due the Co.. *ccurc:l by Mortgage,... 5.418 04 Real Estate unincumbered 47.C-&3 42 Bills Receivable 35,177 IS l M UIKET VAl.UE. 10*J Bond*0.7 1- lOperct.intcres...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 January 1860

lailg |uteUigcuccr CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. i25fl?-3AiL^^ in city, per week. 10 c*nts Daily, by mail, in advance^ 55,00 Tri-Wheklt, by mail, in advance,. S.00 Wekklt, by mail, in advance^ 1,00 WHEELIN G : Wednesday Morning Jan. 4, I860. Ocn despatches from Belvidere, New Jersey, a day or two ago, made mention of the continunncc of the trial of Rev. Jacob S. Harden, who, as our readers will recol lect, was arrested by our Wheeling police, down at Fairmont, some months ago. It appears from long accounts in the Belvi dere papers, that the accused is only 23 years of age. He belongs to the Methodist church. His wife was the daughter of a farmer living in the neighborhood. Short ly before hi3 marriage, or soon after, Har den became enamored of a beautiful young lady. This matter coming to the knowl edge of his wife soon after her removal to his boarding-place, caused a great deal of domestic unhappiness. About the first of March last, his wife was taken suddenly ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 January 1860

?futelligcitm Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Wednesday Morning, Jan. 4,1860. EXVELOPES! ENVELOPES I!?We have just received a fine lol of extra quality en vlorea, which will be printed in the best fetyle, sUoap. CAMPBELL & M'DKRMOT, ?Vr ALDERMAX.-->kssRs. Editors.? I offer myjelf aa a candidate for AMerman, iu the Fifth Ward. | j iu4] GEO. VVlLsON. jg^?CiTY Election.?Candidates will please remember, that we invariably charge $2 for all announcements for the city oili ng?to be paid for in advunce. TRIADELPHIA MIRDER CASE. Examination of "Witnesses before the Magistrates Court. Yesterday morning, Henry Baldwin, Charles Baltzell, lloratio Church and Bas ket Mountz. charged with the murder of Frederick Maas, at Triadelphia, on Christ mas Eve, had a hearing before the Magis trates Court. Mayor Wilson, presiding.? There wa? a large number of witnesses and the Court House was filled with spec tators, many of whom were Germans, seldom seen about the courts. J;i5...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 January 1860

iiilg ?fHtcUigcum\ A RBMIXISCEKCE. j BY EDE JAY. The pale solemn moon of December Shines to-night with a pitiful glow, As it 6hone on a night I remember, Exactly 6ix winters ago. It was when my heart was impresssve And to lovo's tender Ie-uon* alive? (i hop? it will not l>e d!gres.tivo If 1 say I am now twenty-five.) 1 wont, upon invitation. With a friond to a sociablo ball; He made a docidod Mentation. I made?jint nothing at all. I taw fair Julia?the lily With wealth of r.iveiily ourls, And?though f own it was silly? I thought her the jewel of girls. What feelings of tender emotion Sprang up from the heart to the tongue, When nlie?I thought with devotion? To my arm so lovingly hung. I danced and flirted au hour In the light of her radiant eyes, And tho* I was quite in her power, Still thought 1 could make hor a prize. Young Cupid had woven around mo His strangely invisible chain. And fast in its coils he had bound me, Yet I f >.)lish!y relished the pain? Ami then with a hoirt...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 5 January 1860

NUMBER VOLUME S WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1860, 115. PKINTLD AM) PUBLISHED BY CAMPEELL& M'DERMOT, IXTELLIGEXCER BUILDINGS, X /,*. v-rncr of Quincy atul JJain-Sfs. T E Ii M S : Daily-(by inniL payable in a?ivancc.\~ $5.00 By the Week, (payahlo to the Carrier*.). 10 Tri-Weckly. (per year.payable in advance.)-- 3.00 ?t$-.Advertising dune on reaoonnble terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. 'INSURANCE. Choice First Ci:tss Insurance ? IX tub ? INCORPORATED l^lO? CHARTER. PERPFTUAL. ?^"Ca*h Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. V>UK A aVRPLfi or ->50<uyi7 SS. And thm pre?tig?of 3S years success and experience. A?*ct?f January 1, 185 8. Cash in hand. ? Depositee in Hnrtf?l Banks,$34$,123 G9 Cash in transit and Aggut^hand* 106,872 05 Abm?y duo the Co.. secured by Mortgage,... 6.11S 04 Ke.il Katate unincumbered 47,053 4*2 Bill* Receivable .'. 35,177 IS MAUKET VALUE. 102 BondsG.71 lOp-rot. ?n?...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 5 January 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS. TERM3.?Dailt. delivered In city, per we?k, 10 cent * Dailt, by mall, in advanoe~ $5,00 Tbi-Weeklt. by raKiL in adrance,.^'..... 3,00 WmiTjby mofl, in advance, i 1.00 W~H E E L I N O : Thursday Morning, Jan. 5,1860. [Published by Reqaent.j Extract from President Bvehan&n'a Fort Daqaeane Letter, These questions will, I firmly believe, under the Providence of God, be virtually decided by the present generation. We have reached a crisis when upon their ac tion depends the preservation of the Union according to the letter .tnd spirit of the Constitution, and this once gone, all is lost. I - jgret to say that the present omens are far from propitious, In the lust age of the Republie it was considered almost treasonable to pronovnee the word Disunion. Times have since sadly changed, ndjiow disunion is freely prescribed as the remedy for evanescent evils, real or imaginary, which if left to themselves, would speedily vanish away in progr...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 5 January 1860

ifuwUijirncrt' n-A Xiargo^fc Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Thursday Morning, Jan. 5,1860. ENVELOPES! ENVELOPES ! !?We h-ivo just receivc-l n fine lot of extra quality en \uh>:>o->, which will be i>r?nt*?tl in bet fitvle, c .8ap. CAMPBELL & M'DKilMOT, | jp^y-CiTV Election.?Candidates will please remember, that we invariably charge j S2 lor all announcements for the city offi- 1 ces?tj l?e paid for in adcunce. o us TV Court?Puelimikaiiy Tri al of Harris.?The case of James R. Harris, charged with burglary, occupied j the attention of the Court yesterday. The j esse has excited an unusual iutereet for j one of its grade. Col. Wheat and J. H. | Pendleton appeared for the prisoner, and j Major Good for the Commonwealth. The j evidence did not differ very materially from that taken o:i the occasion of the first ex nninatiou. The circumstances of the rob bery of the dentist's office of Robertson k | Orr. on the evening of the 16th of Decern- ' ber, was detail...

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