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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 16 February 1854

flOJCZAV * tseu! VOLUME 2. WHEELING. VA. TIIIIRSDAT MORNING; FEBRUARY !(>,' 1854, $l)c lDl)celiug Jutelligcucer, IS FUBMSHKD DULY, TRIWEEKLY and weekly, by SWEARING-EN", TAYLOR & CO. K. HtVEARINOEN. ?* l* TATLOR. J. n. PENULETON. J. H. PENDLETON, J EDITORS OLIVER I. TAYLOR,! SumiORb' OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcrroc and Quincy. TBBR18. flaily, P*r snnum .....$6,0* or 10 cents per week fri-Weekly, per annum. 3,(X Weekly " 1,0( TER.1I8 OP ADVERTISING. l Ten lin** making a Square.3 One square, 1 insertion, ft ,50 II ll O l( 3 ,75 1,00 1 w?ek 1,60 2 2,60 44 44 1 month, 4.00 " :: 2 ?? 5;oo ;; ; ? " 8.00 44 10,00 Foe Yearly Advertisements?1 square, with the privilege of * i^unges, per annuum 13,00 One square, jv?r quarter, changeable at pleasure, 6,00 Business auu Professional Cards, Cper uiuum,) not exceeding 5 lines, 5f00 For Lonu Advkrtiskmexti, liberal discounts will be nade on the above rates. (?3"Keligious notices, and advertisements Tor Charitable Institutions and...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 16 February 1854

THEINTiSLLIGENfiRR PEJTDLHTCnr 4c TAYLOR, Editors. C-blLfc.* .t !*.. #1, \rmlmr StN(^ ,tTWn? *?i> qwkct mirn SWEAMHGEN,^^^. TeBjI?._Diar,?r.Uum, ; : If S? ?WHEELING, VaTI THORaPAY HOHN1NO, PBBRPABY Iff. I8M THK ADTHBTHinll. lh?S?t^?ifHf?0,!,CD* Bhbtlahera of newspaperaln ?f Whulln. *" view oflhe ipcraa?d pnca of p? P?r. uoor and othe. expends, rtud.tr! us Ittefr upnm far ji Mtcr thOi heretofore, do axree td charge Ihe lollonr 'nf rtte* tor advertising, and lo no case whatever to the rate* beiowt leu Une? or Im of hon. l>areil con?titulln?a uurt: *?,??!????? Uaaitloa....... Uv ? * J " . 1,00 3 ?? 1,96 " " 1 week. ? 2.00 :: ' _J1.; 3,10 .. .. " i "S""1 6.00 .. 5 .. -----?? 0,16 .. i .. S.W ? . ^rVo.r adrertIa.ni.oU ot 'iwuV li^ti; "iii" |^? Vh'n: | <" ?tlnssthan two month? * discount of 60 per Cent, on' tbe ^bove will be made tor "?<?nJT" tot U? ?r?t three month., and 04 percent. "r pi0fc?ion?1 onta, 1 square or l?u. 6,06 Forow, coi,^; w y?f::;iog:w '~ft ?? ?? r. " S'S A"*...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 16 February 1854

THE INTELLI&ENGER, , .?r?r . THURSDAY MORNING, PBBRtJArtypffi > " ~~ I'oCorn^^onilcuU. ^ UKTTBUS concerning ?u -scriptlon. ad vertisllis or ot It er financial business ortke intelligencer, sbould be ad aiww* to the Proprietor*., , . ...jij, . :? ?7;..| Letters concerning the editorial department oftliepn. per. Should be addressed to the editors, JuinUy, or to el titer ore oftliem. ? , Correspondents writing for publication, will please write only Oil one side or the paper. \ H observance ortboabove rules will greatly obll?e us, ? ml secure more prompt attention to correspondents than tlicy might ttthorwise some If men reclrvev The Cars due yesterday morning and evening, did not get in until a 'ate hour las', vulit. Tliey: were detained by n land-slide near Cameron. The Co.ncert this Evening.? We hope our citizens will not forget to give Mr. Allison a good house to-uight. He is said to be an excellent per former, and besides/ lias other claims upon 'he sympathies of his mire f...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 16 February 1854

? INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. TH*tiuderai,nedt*kethi*occa*ion to re mind their Mend* P*"'blic generally, that in connection with the office or the Daily lutelUgencer, they have a Job Office expmaly n tted up for he execution of all kind* of *M,AIIV ANOOBNAMENTAL PBIItTIHO! Their material* belngTOOMly new, audembraclni the la teat style* or Job * Ji-e, aud then iatge and well selected ?tock <fpt|?r, car da. Ink*, &c? beln* purchased at the o-west Cash price*, and the Job Office being a distinct .le ?artinont, cat dolly and efficiently managed, tbey canguaran to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the nciitneM, Accuracy and Prompincu, w!ih w,4ch lbeir work vriU be done. They ate piepared to execute Card*, Proo ramhc, CjKrr i.aR?, Poster*, Labels, CoNrKRT Bills, Billheads, Ball Tickets, Hii.i.s Ladi.no, Stkaiiboit Bil^s, Bank Check*. Auction Bills, Order Hooks, Drat Tickets, Not** Freight BoeKS, 1?kkih Kailroad Blanks, Rkceu?ts Hotel Hkciistbrs, Protests, Summ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 17 February 1854

.eaoiTOW JtAioHqa p-g*Lfro"gQTioD 8'awoH aau ? .WITA?30JZ?oa YfitTHOV.' '?"?WtWMUlrt' ?io(|Hi>^i ?*-TM?4lll!i*r ,-ulam?.latlbno ) -m *uo ????*>*: M^ B/vni .KU ncx/u Hftnc j? of xW?nr|ib? Jm? /iSm6sWmt?i ?ijWn? t<r .uvib4nib.il lonulnl ?> bill oSbl 7-^?^)Wl.?|i1 li3?-ni>rt fldJo!Ellifr*qnll Juo .wlo iadt ,?hlT foMatsol ?dJ imjll, ?) iiii Jnmuil/ui iki>s:? tsi eBaBHWWHLIJ.LLI.LUl J1 a'.L. J? IIi-'-U-J-l'.J. aT-ngMgeiTgavgA whvi S&VLASLUmi .i-aooo ?m i i' i ii Tniimifflfc i ><? siir, .Kooon oZafiT \B? f f tbocDIo tslilB Mninb butrJuBi-k iloM'o yiUjftuu -j? ?rr i? ..'it .A i) it 'V. < a> iKOqa lUifc ! ,TW;m)l i.?>U iiU<ri ?-h liny I ?l! \7 3ill no fttjUllU t b'.l 1 i. ItgoJntlid ".i'IJ[ l? tt.it IsmiW 1o t!i3Uiljio ji* i :ii; >'1 - 'V.I:'* i^"kt t?u ,4?OA au p i V <PHL ?9^?5J?PB>?qm\ WA?j;.? ooiT&H ottiJ ?l7tuiirT'?tT??aii 3??>a rapift>hTl Lnp Louh?; .-OioIklH .E9i? 1 1/. usiUr^BfeBn i'P'-? frao c? bolinU mtl ul ?s.-tffo t*?* xL...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 17 February 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER. I'BTOLETON a TAYLOR, Editor.. 1I""WI,W ?? as. Wa..r BCTWUN MONlOl AND QUIMCV ITJtrm ?Y SWEARINGEN", TAYLOR & C0. TRttM*,_D4,? so TRJJVKRkYv* Per WMk-> WHRKiv LY' P?r*nuum, . . *3 OO WKBKLYirPerannam, .... 91 00 , ^WHEELIMG, VA .? PBIDAV MORNIWQ, FEBRUARY 17, 1864. Finances of Virginia. VZeJjgye been supplied through the kindness of our Senators with snndry reports <fcc., now before E?o I'tgi?l?ture> and among them the report of the House Committee on Finance. From a has'y examination thereof, we find that the actual debt of Virginia on the 30th of September last. wa, S18(041,775 60. Th.s debt was created at sundry times for the following purposts for Internal Im provement. $10,776,668 60. Beaide, this there are outstanding coupon bonds, much of it for Internal Improvement purposes, amounting to 86.815? the greatest portion of which has been created ?nce January 1852. Then the sum of 8450.107 00 "borrowed and invested in Bank stocks to the Ke , St,T' m...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 17 February 1854

THE INTRIiLlGEiVOKR. ; FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17. 1854. V* 1'orrw |?o u detain. LKTTERS concerning subscription. ad vertisine or Oth er financial business of the Intelligencer, should be ad dressed to the Proprietors. ~ ; Letters concerning the editorial department of the pn* per. should be addressed to the editors, jointly, or to ei tberore of them. Correspondents writing for publication, will please write only on one side of the paper. \ ii observance of the above rules will greatly oblige us, ??d secure more prompt attention to coriespondeuts tlisn they might otherwise some times reclcve. Mr. J- M- Alusou hod a good house last night at Washington Hall, and the performance was very creditable to the young gentleman. Lecture To-night.?Do not forget the LectUTe of the Rev. Gordon Battellk to-night at Union Hall. His subject?"Young America"?is one of deep moment, and we have no doubt will be ably and interestingly handled. Do not fail to hear him. We yesterday passed the old establ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 17 February 1854

B OXXKA ^^u^unJer?lgneil^toUU^K?<uUoa^j|Br^^U|ftipCr|B&iJ?i or the liA'UjrIntelligencer, they have 4 Job Office expreaalv fitted iffif^hc execution of ail kinda 01 ** *'A k.nxa t. Piki)r<im^ Thclrij^Kw^?feui|<rfq^v .oew, iiideBibritiBt'tiWl* test stories, or Job* type amltneii Urge and well seiecteJ ?tock ?^j?ai'o^iaird#,iliiKs, <vc.? beiiig puVcfiasfciat*tM OH/e?t?Cash prices, and the Job Office being a distinct do *artnienrf caie fully and efficiently managed,they can guarau tee to their cuaton>eVa"ejmm??Q8rtaroii, as regards the Ok *4 XftTMJ The! teat atj] ?tock RPj on/eati frarimerrf^caieri-.,, tee to their custome) nr with They CaRn?, ClKrt'l.AR*, LiBKM, , Him. Hk| Hills L ? KEJflBUT , Mi^t, Jl t ii i :? ? j ft kckiits Hot ait UkittftiiKiii, ? ? r??.nm-,:iu ? v gc**?i?u-.K> ??;?! i <i HLB-fio* Ticim, Amlavery iilher clcwription of IeU?r.pre?s Prilitiuc. Aim ail kllftlftKltf MAl'k iff- *11- VI.flu: iU-IOlif ail kinds**!1 work in HBULz l?| ... ^attended t...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 18 February 1854

itm&aaem BPQ3 3'gcwon saw '10 rWrzoyr HfinN* iUMtmV n ?'18| ,Jf 'lw m-.t, fmjJBdiw ix.-jifijuc !vr? i.-w" 1 ? W*?*! VOLUME 2. WHEELING. rA.. WMMMMii,sf)4 l)C tDljecliug 3ntelligcnccr, IS PUBLISHED , daily, TRI-WEKKLY and weekly, by SWEARING-EN, TAYLOR & CO. *. B. SWCARIXOKS. O. I. TAYLOR. J. XI. PKSDLKTOS. J. H. PENDLETON, $"RT)TTf)R<N OLIVER I. TAYLOR,! klHTORS. DFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcr.roe and Quincy. ' THHIIS. ? . IXilr. P?r annum ....86,00 or 10 cents per week ?ri.Weeklr. per annum.: J v 3,00 Veekly 44 1,00 RATES OF ADVI<RT18I!VG. THK UNDERSIGNED, publishers or newspapers lit be city of Wheeling, in view or the increased price or pa-" ,er, labor and other expenses, rendering their expenses ar greater than heretofore, do agree to charge the follow-' ng rates for advertising, and in; no case whatever to turge less than the rates belowi ten lines or less of non ,*reil constituting a squares < Kor one square 1 insertion, ....ft ,75 44 *? */ 2 " 1>...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 18 February 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER.' PENDiaTOHT * TAYIsOR. Editor* ? Cubit, bed mt Tim. 91, Wawr Mmi, ? ETWKKK MOKKOC AMD QOIHCV ITMITI, *T ? SWEAHINQEW, TAYLOR & OO. ?DAILY, Mr annum, ..... AA O(I (Or 10 Cants per Wuk.) TRl.WEEKLY. per annum. - - S3 OO , ;WB*KI.Y. par annua. .... |1M. ? i'l f <T . : : ?WHEELING, VA:? SATCRDAY'MORNINQ. FEBRUARY IB. 1864. Covington Railroad. Thia bill wn a^ain defiled a few days since. < only 66 members voting tor it. the Constitution re qnirt ng 78, or a majority of all the mem ben of the House to pass it through thai body. This defeat is attributable, we presume, to the amount asked for and to the course of some of it* advocates up on other questions of public importance, which had its effect upon members having no particular in terest in the matter, or else having rival interests. We regret to sen this bill defeated, though it might have been much improved by amendmeut before its passage. It* fa-.lute will have a very serious effect upon Western Improvem...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 18 February 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 18, 1854. ? T? CJorrP?poiulclit*. LKTTKHS concerning su'.scrlpHon. advertising or oth er financial business or the Intelligencer, should be ad dressed to the Proprietors. - ?* Letters concerning the editorial department or the pa per. should be addressed to the editors, jointly, or to ei. therore otthem. Correspondents writing for publication, -will please write nnlr on one side or the paper. j An observance ortbe above rules will greatly oblige us, ,nd secure more prompt attention to coriespondeuU tlwn thev might otherwise some times reclf-ve. Tint Washington correspondent of the Balti more American, in a dispatch dated til Washing ton on the 14th, says the nomination of George Sanders as Consul to London, was rejected that day by the Kenale, by a large vote; ,and also, the nom ination of John L. O'Sulltvan as Minister to Por tugal had been confirmed in,the Senate by a de cided vote, but was subsequently recousideredand laid over. A Ser...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 18 February 1854

Hawk CuicKw. .??S*o!SSSi&S liDaftman^,!' Auction Bill*, NoTfg DKATXlCttTi, I)rKD* Prrioht Boees, IC Kkcwto Ka'wiqad Blanks, a JfMitrrE4*? btiitn, kutl.r. ?r.1KON5, At,,* ?*V Election Tickets, all ^*rJr<!S?rklSCri,>ti0n ?f lett0r prw Printing. Alio ? COI.OHS AlVDBKONKEg. CINCINNATT~ Apollo Building. ST. W. cor. 5lh & Walnut. Ci.ncim.hati, Ohio. fiSSfiBftSSiK 1848. m"Mr rorV practicalcoume or* SSStiou'ri'' Sl"nf?A complete paruncnuol trade.commrciin^nl, r different de bend In-the forms in u*eamonr fhif mJT?nU^turc*? couipre mems en-.ged Ii?dividumn^^fj e!nsInePl establish wiiethernioeperouaoredirMil?#^? P n busineaa? 'ss^sssaS^^^^s^s: U d"<^k tSehh, With a, horousti conLSSJSriSS"?!' ",?hIfliI? freedom ??esauce-with ea**an^rl?i?. ?nd pcn? accuracy and beauty or construction. ^ P?rl?ct legibility with commerce, and inacllcl . operations of j&a^^jfasaae ^?aaSS55?131 weeks^ 1,0 ??*"* taftSTUht to twetve AwtlS?" beint e'Ten '-"vidu.?r,arpuc?,t. can enter branches i.aU ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 20 February 1854

VOLUME *2. WHEELING. VA,. MONDAY FEBRUA&T 20. IiS64. MHBo ?l)c UJl)ccling Sntdligcuccr, 18 ruou81IKO D\1LV? TSlWEEKLJT AND WEEKLY, JSY ] SWEARINGEN, TAyLOR & CO.! j. a. rEjiDLrrox. J H. PENDLETON", ) pr,iTnn<j j OLIVER I. TAYLOR.I EDITORS. OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcr-oe and Quiucy. |Mily. per annum or 10 cents per week f ri Weekly, i?er aunum. z,Q0 Weekly " ........f,00 BATES OB AUVliUTIMIMi. THK UNMKKSKINE1), publishers of newspapers in lie city of Wheeling, in view of Urn increased price or pa rti, UbOT aiiJ other expenses, rendering their erpeuses fir greater than heretotoie, do a tree to charge Ite lollow icg rates for advertising, and (11 'no case whatever to ci.is- less than the rates below; ten lines or leas or iiou ncil constituting a square: t*;. L, - . tqoa For one square 1 in&eition, ? ^ 1 iioo ? , 1,25 1 week i o.oo ? " - .. < mouth 6 00 :: ;; % ? ?/? 2 .. 8,oo ? 1>,|I0 " " '' 12 " .*?..'??? .'.i^. to 00 KiTFor advertisements or greater ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 20 February 1854

THEINTELLI^ENCfilCi PEWDLBTOBT * TAYLOR, Bdltora. (*nblUhed at I*.. 'ilj Wmar Street, ?ITW.EN MOKI.UK AMD QoftcOT VmrrrS, BT % SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. ""8500 :: liSS ^ ? . ?WHEELING, VA:? ? - ?z ? MONf>ftY^MORNWQ, FEBRUARY SO, 1864. "The Cftatice Commended." It not ,usfrequenlly happens that the day of xetnbution comes sooner than anticipated, though it rarely happens that aggression and malice escape ultimate punishment. Our Pittsburgh heighbors, it seems, me about to reap the rewards of their unmitigated persecutions of our city and bridge i^ the shape of an application of Pittsburgh law anil Pittsburgh" precedent tu the Bridge over tbs Mo liongahela at Pittsburgh. The misfortune Is too that there-the question of nuisance or no nuisanc^ is not an.open one. The bridge speaks for itself^ and at all times and under all circumstances it ii' a positive, material, and subsisting olstruclion tp the free navigation of the Monongahela Rive? Boats pf. common size (we believe,) can r...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 20 February 1854

THE INTEIitteBNfeiiiR. MONDAY MORNING. PEBRUAHY 80. 1854. To t'arreapondeuia. IKTTKKS concerning au'RCiiption, tdVe'rtWw or oth -. financial business of the Intelligencer, should be ad ircssed to the Proprietors. filers concerning the editorial department of the p? per; should besddresaed to the editor*, jointly, or to ei. ''ro-resrvonj""1'* writing for publication, will ple?se ?,riie onlv on one side of tl?e paper. An observance of the above rulea will greatly oblige u?. .~i -*cure more pr.impt attention to eoriespondenta twn they Wight otherwise xome times recleve. \ jiekti.no or the managers of the Mas. nic As sembly will be held at Washington Hall this (Mon day) evening, at6i o'clock. All ate earnestly teqoe.-letl to attend. Tiik Washington correspondent of the Balti more American says the difficulty in the Union office has bren harmonised. Messrs. Armstiong ami Nicholson are expecteti to be annouueed to morrow as editois and joint proprietors. Till: aKsioENCt of Mr. J as. Bodlk...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 20 February 1854

paper WAREHOUSE, E. O. GOODIflAN &CO. WHOLESALE DEALERSIN Paper, Cards, Card Boards, Ink, BI.KACHtNO POWDERS, PKLTIMO, W1RK ULOTI1, &C. Pearl Street, Cinclniuu, O. AMONG their stock, may be round. WRITING, AND K LANK, BOOK PAPER, the largest assortment In tire Weal, ol every description. Printing Pjjwi, ill ?ixe>. Knf. & Amer. Tissue Parer. Book " " Copying " Col d. Medium dcB-ble. Med. Blotting " Asa'd. " " Filte.in6 Envelope. Dru?lt Plate and Lithopraph. J?*rt>i* Mam:Ia,genuine. Glazed and Gilt HardwartPaper. Cloth Ham " Card " Match Box " Roofing Paper, preparedand Tea " unprepored. shoe Wrapping Paper, all ?iM*. Dry Goods ?? Totwxeo " " Envelopes of every description, 4c. Ac. BOA BOM. Perforated, Binders-, Bonnet. Press and Straw Boards. Also, Agent for Ligbtbody's Hbkrios Pbixtiho Ins, P00K, ?*D COLORID IKK, Ac. Cards, and Card Boards. Extra Pearl PacrdCarm. Kits aPromt's " Priktxrs* *? PoRCSl.AI* " satii* Sdrfacro Card Boards. IVnRT " PRtimtRs' " Sarin Ekaxrl...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 February 1854

VOLUME wheeling. Va., tuesda^ morning eeiniuary 21, 1854. NUMBER 151 ?i)C U3l)ccling 3ntclligciuer, IS PUHI.1siip.D daily, tki wkkklv anowbeklv, by SWBARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. K. I. 8W*A*INO**. O. 1. T1TLOR. J. H. PKNDLKTOX. j. H. PENDLETON, J" OLIVER I. TAYLOR,j EDITORS. OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcrtoe and Quincy. y TKItJI*. ' Oallr. per annum ?S,00 or 10 cents per week Tri.WeeUy, per annum. 3_oo Weekly ?? [.."...1,00 BATE* OF ABVRBTI81NO. THR UNllKHSlGNKl), publisher* or newapapent ill the city or Wheeling, in view of the increased price or nn per, labor anil other expenses, veuaering their expenses far greater than heretorore, do agree to charge the follow ing rates for advertising, and in no case whatever to charge lexs than the rates below; ten lines or less or non jiareil constituting a square: For one square 1 insettion, o .75 44 44 *4 2 44 1,00 a '? i,aa *? " " 1 week 000 " " " 9 " 3.W " " " ? monlh 6,00 2 " G.73 3 ?? 8,00 6 ?? 1..I10 " " '? 12 " 16,00 oar For a...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 February 1854

THE INTELLIGENCE. PENDLETON * TAYLOR, Edltori. PnMlaKinl m N?. ??lf Water Street, . BETWEEN MONROE AND QU1NCY STRfETS, ?T 3WEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. TKQItly.?DAILY, |ier?nnum, ..... W (OrlO Cents per Week.) . TRI-WKBKLY, per annum. . . S3 JJO t), WKKKLV, per&nnom 8* ?.? ?WHEELING, VA:? TCESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1864. Masonic Assembly. \t e have been requested to state, (and we do so witli pleasure,) for the benefit of those ladles who do not participate in thegaities or the "light fan tastic," that the Masonic Hall above the Washing* ton Hall, proper is elegantly fitted up for the ac commodation of such. A piano has been provi ded and every accommodation for those of both sexes who prefer such entertainment. It is hoped that otir ladies will generally attend, as the unti ring eOorts of the Managers deserve the Tallest re ward. The Sapper will be given at the M'Lure House, and all know what it will be. We hope ?there will be a full attendance of "the expected." Edinburgh Re...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 February 1854

THE INTKIil,I(iK;v'('EI!. TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 21. 1884. "" ? ?T?; . .. x TiiK City Council meets to-night. The Faixs Citv will leave to-day or Cincinnati and Louisville. The steamer J. G. Cline arrived at our wharf yesterday with u full cargo. Thi ? boat, we under stand is to run regularly in connection with the lUilroad. as n Union Line boat. We are requested to stale that tickets to the Masonic Assembly can be had by tl.e persons invi ted. of the Committee of Invitation i-nd of Mr. Cowdery, up to Wednesday at 2 o'clock, after which time they will be sold at the office or the M'Lure House. Yestkhoav was a day to sit in the house and look out upon. It commenced snowing early in the inorcing. aud keptit up all day, the big heavy flakes coming silently down on ti.e unlucky pedes trian and wetting him to the skin. Save us from all such days as yistcrdaywas?so perfectly rui cidal. The Kuskels will appear to-night, positively. The steamer upon which they were coming up the river di...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 February 1854

INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. TaiiundeiilgwdUketM.oceulontoremlDdUielrfriends or th^l^tr Iwiftllii.*' "Si1". """"Ctton with the offie* | Dally Intelligencer, they have * Job Office expressly ' lilted up for > he execution of sU kinds of ?xpressij^ " ANDOBMAlIBfTALPMWTIHa. ?0,U'r ">i embracing the la *"d >*??? ??d W.U aelKlWi ^ j b*ln? PUrchaMd ?t the P"1^ and the Job Office bain, a dtatinct de rr. rTn i *ftyy *nd efficiently ma naewl, they can guaralr ^?i!UiL2? I?*t* enU? aaliafaction, u regard* the nfcataeu, Accuracy and Promploru, with which their work will be done. They are preps red to execute ?"D*? PkOaRAMMUt Circulars, Forms, ft**"? Cosirrt Bills, Mill. Hrads, Bill Ticxrrs, Kills I.adiko, SnimoiT Hum, HlrxCskck., Auction Bills, Ori.k* Hooks, DKArTu-Trrs, Koth Priiobt Bosks, Hum Kailsoao BlaKRS, Kkccifts Hotkl Kk.istrrs, PlOTUTS, S MMOm, Hsiirs, KLBCTtON Ticket., And every other description of letter press Printing. Also all kinds or work in CO LOB* AND BRONZES. (...

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