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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 5 April 1861

BeaC Hickmak.?Beao Hickman's unpar alleled assurance and Jereiny-Diddlcrism are thus depicted by * writer in tbe Wor cester Spy; The legend runs that Beau whs once a gentleman; a veritable beau?much upon the Drummel order, doubtless, but still a man of spirit and honor. If so, alas! poor Yorickl To-day he is anything but tbe ''glass of fashion and the mould of form." Wo longer Hyperion, be is a Satyr of tbe seediest sort, body and self. A metropolis tan Jeremy Diddler, be picks up a precari ous subsistence by levying a kind of black mall upon visitors of all degrees, upon whom be falls, usually after this fashion: Two st ran gent stand together conversing In the hall of Willards*. Beau, who keeps a sort of mental inventory ot his victim?, eyes tbcm closely, becomes satisfied they have not yet contributed towards bis sup port, and at once advances to the charge. Bowing politely, with a smirk upon bis pinched fate, be accosts Mr. Green: ?*Ali! dear sir, bow d'ye do? Glad to see yon, r...

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 April 1861

WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MOlSflNG, APRIL 6, 1S61 NUMBER 192 VOLUME 9 , ftl.xr^U AND ITBLISUED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, INTRLLIGESCER BUILDINGS. .V. /- eNrwr of Quincy and Main-SU. T K J* M S : 0*^>'.(by mah.payable in advance,},- w$5,00 lir i'.ir Vf?k ? - v................ 10 Tri-Weekly, (l*r year, payable in advance,) SflO g?- A irertUinjr d-.no on reasonable term*. All ad* ertisements from a distance, or from transient eity cuftouters, tuuat be paid in advance. I N s u rTn c e ~ ^KTIsr_/Y Insurance Co. ol'llartford. IMCOJtl'OKATKD 1SXO. Capital & Surplus, 82,194,100.02. The INCOME uf this Com pan* i? DOUBLE that of any other Fire Insitraure r ration in the United State*. A??et?i JRiiuary I, 18G0. Cashtu Uau i.i Dep ?-itwiu llartl'd Bauks4?3L448 48 Cult in transit, wml inliandsof AjitnU..... lGO,2y7 78 U. S.Treas. Notes, and accroel interest,......76tlHJO 00 U. S. Stocks. 5 perct. -eoil-nnnusl interest, ...160,760 00 ileal Estate Iinin mmbered -.75^?fl 00 Money du? the 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. — 6 April 1861

?1???? I laiig gnteUhjeiicet CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, KD1TOBS AXD PROPRIETORS. T KR M8.?DAiLT,dellTCT?d in dt j( p?r vMk, 10 cist * Dailt, by mall, In adrmw^. fs,t o Tw-W mr.T, by m?n. Inadfnwi,., 3,0# WtiUT.by mail, in ad Try, 1,0 c W H E E i7i >Tg : . Saturday Morning, April 6. 1881. Cotton Growing In tbc Middle Slave States. Tbebk is one thing the cotton lord* ought to talie into consideration, while the/ are laying restrictions on the expor tation of their great staple, and tbat is, ? that there are other States in which cot- i ton can be produced to great advantage, j not yet, and not likely to be, in the C. 8. j A. Tennessee contains one of the richest j cotton growing districts in the Soutb. It ; can be produced in North Carolina, and there is a great extent of soil in that J State, which could be very profitably ! devoted to its production; and so of Arkansas, portions of which can bard- j ly be excelled for cotton raising. Now if the Confedemcy continues to j carry on 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 April 1861

^ 3MUCHUJPilfer j iC L"?e8t Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia."ft* Saturday Mornirg% A.pril 6,_1861. j Oil Tbip.? We yesterday luade" f nihiujf trip U|? the liter, ovrr the Olere- f land aud Pittsburg road, to look nt the oil i fix'utei and derricks, by means of which 1 Hie ra?ty deep is being sounded in search | of gae.tie. Of course, from the time we i started until we returned we heard nothing ? but oil. There is * prevalent sense of oil j about everybody and even thing all along the upper Ohio. Other brauches of busi ness are abandoned for the time, and other topics of conversation, not eveu excepting the state of the nation, are entirely ignored. One could almost luncy that the breezes whispered "oil" in at the car window? ik,at the water in tbo rivulets laughed and giggled about it?that the engine sobbed nod the heavy wheels clanked of it. So numerous are the derricks that it is almost impossible to eount them. They are near ly as numerous as the telegraph pules. Th...

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 April 1861

fjmb guielligcttccr. Diet and Habits oft be Xrvr YorkLli eratl. The Charleston Mercury having made nn assault on the men of letter* in New York, as vagabouds, rogues nnd thieve*, and re commended tlint they "be pot at once on short commons?nay, put adrift altogether for grub"? Vanity Jh*air thus harmoniously carries ont the Mercury'* idea of their con dition : "It is not difficult to infer from this ele gant and refined paragraph what the editor of the Mercury imagines the life of literary men of the highest standing in New York to be,and stqucntiallvtv-bnt lus own prob ably is. As everybody knows, they nre all ragged wretches, living at best on .board wage?, writing leaders for 'grub/ trading a paragraph once in a while for a potato; or a biography for a biscuit. N. P. Willis and General Morris can be seen almost any day selling their own Home Journal in the streets and tradingoff singli copies for 'a small stew/ in the Fulton Market. William Cullen Dryant has a luncb of pork and o...

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. — 8 April 1861

VOLUME 9. NUMBER 193 riilMV.il AND published BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, f\TBLLl?B.\CBU BI'ILDIKOS, ^ ?V. K.omuruf painty and Main-Si. t re li M S s pulv.(by mail, payable in advat?ce,>? $5>00 By the 10 Tri-Wr*kly, (per j'ear, payable in &<l?ua,).. 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable trrms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid hi advance. INSURANCE Insurance Co. of Hartford. IN'COUl'ORATED 181B. Capital & Surpjas ?2,194,100.02. The IN'OMB of this Company U DOUBT. R that of any uther Fire In.nrtuci' Corperutiun in the L"uited Stales. Janunry 1, 18G0. Ctfhin hand.iDepodtesiii Hartt'd B*uks.$234,44S 48 C.ish in transit, anl in hands of Agents,.... 100,297 78 U. S.Trcasi Notes. and a? crue l interest. 76.900 00 U.3.3tocks,5perct.setul?annual iutereatJ...150,760 00 lu*l Estate uuinwmWrt-U^^.? -75,998 00 Mouoy due the Co.. secured by Mortgage, 454 70 Del. Je Hud CI Co. B*ds,0pr.ct. scmi-an. int.,lj,089 CO Bill* Itoreivable. 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. — 8 April 1861

gail|> gttteUigwcn CAMPBELL * M'DEEMOtT EDITORS AXO riOrUKTOSI. * Daily, delirerad la city, p?r vmIc, 10 c?ai a Dailt, bj mall, in ?dtuan, J$*-00 T*j-VT suolt. by null, in *dr*ace_ 8.04 ' WtULT,bj imU, inadraoov-'?? 1,0b | "w h" e r~i71 n ol~ ! Monday Horning, April 8.1861. Tarn news now from all points possesses a painful Interest. It is not to be longer doabted that open, forcible, lighting re bellion in the South is Imminent, if not already began. It may Ire that before ? this reaches oor readers, war will actually exist on our Sontbern coast. A schooner attempting to enter Charleston harbor has been fired upon and driren out to sea.? This, although nothing more than was 1 done to the Star of the West, indicates clearly that the feeling there is again up to the point of aggression. The batteries around Charleston have now been bronght to a state of completion: all things are in readiness; the people are wild and excited with flying rnmors of an attempt to rein force 31aj. Ande...

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. — 8 April 1861

?n\lv?uUUi^tnnv t3- Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Honday Morning, April 8,1861. jP^-The Dui'ULas Dkmocuacy had a meeting on .Saturday last, at the City Hull. Tin- ilea was to appoint delegates to the ron^r^ioiul Convention to be held here on the 19ih. An attempt to organize the ineetin? watthe signal fur the commence ment of one of the most lively scenes of ronfusion that ever took place in Tammany Hull. It seems that a pretty considerable sprinkling of the Breckinridge element had crept in upon the Douglas men, who, to gether with a number of backsliders from ibe Douglas faith, proceeded to render thing* anything but pleasant to the Union wing, who called and hoped to conduct the meeting. Two or three persons were nominated for president and rejected, an 1 at last llr. D. It. Hoxie was deuided to be entitled to the honor. Two sets of re.?o lutioni were then offered, aud then the fun commenced. The names of prominent local politicians were freely used and bit...

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. — 8 April 1861

gfaito gwiettujciuct. , Ci kc FO* Is-tikovixo Nail*?It j* ?t*. ted Uf * correspondent of the XJediral ana Surgte*l Journal, that & rauterizHlion witli hot tallow id an immediate curt for in growing na'tN. H?m5: "The patient ou whom 1 tried this ini a voting lady -who had been unable to put on a shoe for several mouth?, and decided* 1 y the worrt case I had erer seen. Th? disease had been of long standing The edge of the n>til \ras deeply undermined ; the granulations formed a bigh ridge, partly cohered with skia/ and pus con stantly oozfog from the. root of the nail; the whole toe was swollen, and extremely tender and painful. My. mode of proceed ing was this: I put a very small piecc of tallow in a spoon and heated it over a lamp until it became very hot, dropping two or three drops between the nail and granulation*. The effect was almost mag ical. Pain and tenderness was at once re lieved, and in a lew days the granulations were all gone, the diseased parts drj and destitut...

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. — 9 April 1861

*KI.V1>3> AND PUBLISHER BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT; I VTEIiLlC?l?N('KR IM-ILDINGS, .V. K. f .rnrr nf Qnimcf atfi -Vtin-SLi. rV EJlMHi V ?il? '*T nnil, pynMr itt ndvnnc?si. __.... f-%00 \:y i.. Vfstk - 10 1 ri-W-rkiy.(pery .sir, payable in advance,) 8,00 ? f A lvertWng d<?ne on reasonable (mu. All advertisement* from* distance, or from transient city euntoniera, muit be paid In ail ranee. INSURANCE. Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED 1819. Capital & Surplus 32,194,100.02. The IN'CO^XK of *M* Comi>-*nr i? DOUBLE that of anv other Fire ln?nr*uce C-rporation in the l-alt<>d States. V4?<rta. January 1? 1 K60. Ca?hin hand. * l?ep?>du-?lu Il.nrtt".t?f.nks.f234,4 18 48 C i?b ia:wnut,anJ inhttidtof A gent ??,.... loo,2?7 78 t". i.Tri*?. Notes. And arcrueJ i;?t?re*t,......75.900 00 111 j.s:(jci?,.'>iwrct.?cmi-4iiuu<l iut?reit,...l!itl7<*i0 00 ite?l Estate uuiu *mnMr?*A...~ -..-...~75^>#G 00 M wer dnt the Co- ??cure<l by Mortgage ~.4*?4 7ft Del.X...

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. — 9 April 1861

gailg guteUiijMcet CAMPBELL * M'DEEMOT, BD1T0X8 ASD PBOPB1KTOB8. T BR MS.?DAHT,d(UT?r?) Ii dtj, per week, 10 e?nt ? DaUT, by Bill, la mdrancc^.. $$,t 0 Tu-huut, bj uuH in idraoc^...... 3,09 WmiTi b j mall, la advance, l,Lc "w H E E L 1 x"o": Tnetday Morning, April 9,1861. Up to Saturday, tha Government had no official information that Major Anderson's supplies had been cut off. The statement is very current, however, and it seems to be generally credited. If true, it show* a disposition to drive him out of Sumter still by want, rather than vi tl armia. It is the easiest and cheapest way, and the Charlestonians are still able to control their belligerance sufficiently to recognise the fact. Later.?Since writing the foregoing, tve have received a dispatch from Charleston, which appears in its appropriate place, stating that General Beauregtrd had officially notiSed Major Anderson that all communication had been cut off from that time between Fort Sumter and Charles ton, including supp...

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. — 9 April 1861

gutelligcttcet: te- ICirculation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Tuesday Morning, April 9,1881. GvrfiiKS.?For the last three or four Jars quite a large number of gypsies have bi-en seen in the streets, swapping; horses aud telling fortunes. Thero are two or three separate bands encamped near the city. One gang have their tents pitched at Jonathan's Gut, asLort distance above the tix The origin cf this singular race is un known, although they pretend to be de scended from the Egyptians?the name "gvpsv" beiug a corruption of the Ameri can term -Egyptian." Organized hands cf gypsies first appeared in Germany in J ill. They numbered 14.000 in Italy ns early as 1422. We quote from the Cyclo- J ptcdia as follows: Oq April 14, 1427, arrived at Paris from Bohemia, (they said) a band of 120 stran gers, claiming to be the Christians of low Egypt, who bad been expelled by the Saracens. They said they had coutesSed Ij bis holioess, ilariin V., who, us a peu i.n^e tor sins committed on the way...

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. — 9 April 1861

gaito ?fuicttit)cuccr, CASTLES. T!m?, tbat blmiU the edge of thio^i, Dtiru oar ttmr* *wl ?p??ils oar LIUr. Tims haa brought aoch balm to xne, lean boar to speak of tbU. 3be wm ?t?d and I wax niu?? l*retty people we to pl*n Lift, and lay it griaiyily tml? She The vramtn, I the uao! Sao? the rirer on tbf 'boala. S?iiZ the robin oa the tree; garth wu newly made lor oj? Lutef Eva and Adam era. ?Lightly fell the apple-Llooma. Paved the rued with red and white; Bansbioe floated through the day. Silvery atoms th/uogh the nlrfht. Seven yaara have come and gooe; Drop the curtaiti, change the acene! Llfr, whenone is nine jr?tr< old. Doe* not aay tha thing it mean*. Other artna have clasped my Evet Other Ilpn have called her fair? Ah! but little wind blowa down Spring'tiioe caatlea in the air! From thia window I can aea Up the road to Meadow Farm? # That U aha upon the poivh With tha baby on her arm. . T. B. AldricX. SlXGCLAK IVSTA90B OF MoNUMASIA.?A remarkable case of monomania is related ...

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. — 10 April 1861

NUMBER 195 "RTTSTTvnsea n a tit>o VOLUME 9. jING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1861. 2U?r TO voiao4! :xht - iofTAaT 1o -;:iJ?U3 r'dT .a rax hatt , ash PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iXTHLIilCiKXCEH nr 11.111x0$, iV. Ji?Kf*r /?/? (J'tinry .n.,i J/ iin-Vl. T K R M IS * [f tily. by miul, pit?ble in Ry the Week 10 1'ri*Wi^d]r.(per ycar.pajaMp io advanc?t)~~.~.. 3,00 C&- A Ivertiaing d<?ue on reasonable Urum. All ? U?rtl?npnU from a distance, or frum transient city c a# to: tier*, must be paid in ad vane*. ~ IN S U R A fCE . " ^ETNA Insurance Co. ofiinrtford. IN'COHPOUATED 1810. Capital & Surplus 82,191,100.02. The I NO ME of till. Coapur i* DOUDLR that of any other Fir* Inanrtnr* C ?rporatlon in the C uitcd State*. \??i>t?, jRitiinry 1. 1660. Caibin baud, t Depo/ilc?in lUrt'tM I* ink*,$234.413 48 Ci'h in transit, au 1 lu band* of .*zent?,... .160.2W7 79 V. S.Trea*. Note*. anl aocntwd I fitoreit.... ...75,990 00 C - *. ~ t i pcrct. ?enii-an anal i nt?rrent, ... 1 ...

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. — 10 April 1861

gaiig gutcUigcum CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, xniToaa m ranFmnrroEs. v 11 MI.?Dinj,drilrtwd Isdlj, mt ?Mk, 10 nal? ?An?.fcra*fl.taadv*aea? **.?? Tu-Wizut. \rj m?n. In tdrum. 3.0* Wimyt?H l.oi WHE E L I XG: Wednesday Morning, April 10,1861. SatCKDaY's proceedings of the conven tion?the latest at band?show rather b*dlv, -we fear, for the integrity of the Union element in that body. Mr. Carlile offered a substitute for the dth section of the report of the committee, it being the language of Mr. Madison, declaring that the Constitution "makes the government cpqfAte directly on the people, that it places at its command the needful physi cal means of executing its powers, and finally proclaims its supremacy, and that of the laws made in pursuance of It orer the Constitution and laws of the States and subject to the revolvtionary rights of the people in extreme eases." This was voted down, only 23 voting in favor of it.? Sow what we want to remark here is this: If the Union men in the Conventi...

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. — 10 April 1861

ti. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-?*. ?Wednesday Morning, April 10,1861. Col'xcil.?A regular meeting of Itie riiy Council was held at the Conncil Chamber lust evening. The reportuf the Committee on accounts wns read and ibe usual number of montbly l,illi were irdered to be paid. The matter of allowing the iaie cleric compensation fureitia labor was discussed by Messrs. Wilkin-ou, Lo -m and Clator. The latter cmileiaan called tho ?jcs uuJ noes, and ihr citra compensation was nllowed by a two thirds vote. The Committee on Water Works repor". <1 that it would cost 51 <1.000 to mipply t.ie lslaud with water an-J that the uunu^l income that would be derived from the same, would not eiceed $450. The Com mittee naked to be discharged from the further consideration "f the subject. Ur.tUir ?ai8 the Committee bad over estimated the coat of supplying the island. It would not coat uiore lhan hnlf that amount. Mr. Wilkinson moved that the whole matter be referred ba...

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. — 10 April 1861

laito Ifaieiligcnccr. ?T TO XT SO*. trip down upon tbe northern ?We, Ob, ratet Dew ?(v,4*bjiD{ looj? Tbou doet expectant nature wrong, belaying long; delaj do more. ?ka aCsjrftbM front tbe clouded boom, Thy tw??t dmt from It* propn place? Can trouble lie* with April dart. Or aadsets In the summer moou> Bring orcbls, Wing tbe foxglove voire, Tbe little speedwell'* darling bla? Beep tolfpa, <Uth?J with C-rT dew, Laburnum, dropping wdUof Are. Ob. than new j?*r,delaying ?oo^ !M?Jwt tbe sorrow la my blo-xL Thal longs to trorrt a froxeo bad. And Hood a freebrr throat with ?oug. Sow tides tbe loog, last vtreak of aaow; S'rm tor^wj every maze of qak U AUmt tbe fleering aqaare and thick. By atben roou tbe violet* blow. Sow ri&?4 tbe wooliaol loaJ etd long, Tbe dtiUucv take* a lovelier hoc. And drowned iu yonder living hue, Tbe Uric becomee a eightltm ?ong. Now duK* tbi light* on U?q nod lea, Tbe Bock*are whiter down the rale, Ao J milkier ?very milky nail On wladog stream or distan...

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. — 11 April 1861

NUMBER 196 VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MOANING, APRIL 11, 1S61. pttstntpoa n a r?t>n rKIM'r.D AND I'UilLISUBD BY CAMPBELL & jffl'DEHMOT, IXTKLLIOKJTCKR BVIM)1XG8, ?V. E. -i.ru- r if Q?'ncy and J/ain-SU. TKUMS: Duly 'by mii2,i*a>able in ad?-ance,). ~....~....$5.00 By t ?:?* Week. ? 10 Tri-Wrefcly.(p*r year, payable in advance.)......... ZfiO Advertising d?me on reasonable term*. All advertisement* froroadi?tance. or from transient eity customers, must In- j-aid in advance. INSURANCE. Insurance Co. ol Hartford. INC.'OliPC)RATKr> lSlO. Capital & Surplus ?2,104,100.02. The IN*COM!! of this Company i? DOUBLE that or any otii?r Kiro ln?iira-?ce (5 -rporatiou in the United iUtbi. January 1, 1ROO. O&ihin li*n i. A Dep 'die- in ilsrt i d ??nLs.$234.448 48 C.i*li in transit, an=l inbaodaof Ageuta 100,297 78 11. ri.Trea*. Notes, and accrued iutcrcst 75,900 oo U. & Slocks 5 per ct. semi-aannal iuirrcst.?.l;>4l,i')0 00 Ksai Estaten nin mmberc?L. ..?............?...

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. — 11 April 1861

gaUjj gutdHgetun CAMPBELL & M'DBEKOT, EDITORS AXD PftOPlUETOKS. T ICR MB.?Daiit.delivered In city, j*-r wetk, 10 cent Daxlt. bj mail, in tdruct. Taj-WEnav. by mail. In sdranc^....... 3,0< Wzxxit, by mail, Inidru" 1,01 W H E E Thnrxlay Morning, April 11,1861. Tb? IVelUborg Election. Our Wellsburg correspondence to-day puts to blush the recent unscrupulous statements ot the Wheeling Union, con cerning the municipal election in thai town. By the way, when will the Wheeling Union give us the figures for that state ment which it made about Ohio and Vir ginia. They are now largely overdue. Shall we have them to-morrow? They have got a quack doctor in jail at Burlington, Vt., not for murder, which would give the case a professional air,? but for petty larceny,?a crime unbecom ing a medical man. This fellow, who calls himself Dr Taskar, is the same chap who has figured in various parts of the country as "the celebrated Scotch, English and Indian Physician." a compound of nation aliti...

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. — 11 April 1861

Z' <mi' Cj _ Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, Thursday Morning-, April 11,1861. ??Playkd Out."?An oM buy dray hor.-e dropped down ou the landiug yes terdav, and couldn't get up again, owing as his ow ner said, to au injury in the spine. Nobody remembers the time when this horse wasn't toddling around here in a drov. The memory of man runneth not to "the contrary. If horses were allowed to exercise the elective franchise, (and we arc almost sorry they arc not, tor the hon est hard w orkinir creatures would be sound on tl?e goose.) thi- borse might Tiave voted f.,r Gen. Jackson. Uut that he is well re". nibered as a much younger specimen of animated nature than at preseut, there w t.nld be reason to suppose that he was the identical hOTSC sp?ken of in the song m coming from Jerusalem and kicking so high that they put him iu the museum.? j If.? baa b?*en a good and a faithful servant, j Recently his strength beg in to fail and his J htep became less tirm and his...

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