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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 5 January 1860

lailg Ifiiteiltijwccr. PARTING. Oh! was I born in *ora? wild year, Which gives prophetic power. That I so long should feed and fear Tho coming of this hour ? I knew such Joy would float to me As ne'er might bo again; 1 knew that Love's Intensity Would bring me deadly pain. All night tho ties with weary row Told of ita yearnings deep ; All night I saw him pace tho shore, He could not rest or sleep. My heart prayed all the holy night, Although my lip* wore dumb; I feared to greet tho morning light, I know my hour was dime. In the broad day we calmly met, Wan with our vigils sad: Their solemn spell oppre-?hCd us yet, Where all wa* gay and glatd. We co;ild not part with Idlo j?*t, With manner light and frank. When life within was wild unrest, Aud lifo without, a blank. We gavo one moment and tho last, A silent prayer to pray To consecrate tho ?acred past, That sighed its life away. One glance those feiturei to retrace Thvse smiles which once it wore. Then covered up the sweet, dead face...

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 January 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 6. lSliO. NUMBER 11<?. I'll (NTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERffiOT, IXTELLIKEXCER BUILDINGS, .V. K.ccr&tr of Quinsy and Main-XU. T IS K MS: Daily, (by mail. jmyable in a Iranr $5.00 By the Week, 'payable to tbeCarirf-iti.)? 10 TrJ-weekly, (per year.payable in ailvance, )? 3,00 Advertising dune on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city custorirtwfc. must -be paid in ad ranee. ?INSTJRAUCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? IX !QK INCORPORATED 1S13 ? CHARTER PERPETUAL. 4E^"-C*?h Capital >1,000.000, absolute and unimpaired. ! witn x smrLCi of $G0G.3S7 08. i Au J tlie prestige of iiS years success and experience. Assets, January 1, 1SS8. Cash in band. & Beposites in Hart rdBauks.$US,123 CO Cash in transit and Agentsjhands, 166,872 05 Money due the Co.. secured by Mortgage,... 6.113 04 Real Estate unincumbered 47,653 4*2 ItlllM Recelrable 85,177 IS MARKET VALUE. 102Bonds6.7X:10perct...

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 January 1860

aiilg gnMXtytuitv CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AXD PBOPBIETOBS. TKRM3.?Dailt, delivered in cicy, ]>er week, 10 centi Dailt, by mail, in advance.. .$5,00 - TU'Wcmr, by mail, in advance.. 3,0u Wuklt. by mall, inadrance^ 1,00 W H E E L I N~ol Friday Morning-, Jan. 6, I860 Tax correspondence which passed b? ' tween Mr. Grow, of Pennsylvania, and Mr. Branch, of North Carolina, relative to the sparring match in the House of Represen tatives last week, out of which it was thought a duel would result, tins been published by Mr. Branch. We are not of those who think that it is always neces sary, "in ca3e of a difficulty or misunder standing between gentlemen, that they should make targets of themselves to be shot at. It is only in extreme cases, ii' ever, that such a course should be resorted' to for the settlement of a difficulty, and we are, therefore, in this case, glad that Mr.' Grow has bad the good sense and the moral courage to adopt the course ho has and decline a meeting, yet...

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 January 1860

jiailjj fntsfjipum tareest Circulation of any Paper in ?*" Western yirftinia. '611 ? Friday Morning, Jan. 6, I860. IlVVB^OPES ! ENVBLOPESli?We *1 ll?ve J""'- recelvwl a '?>? Jot "f ?lra <|uality cn which oUI 1m print**! in tlm bi?t irtyle, JhLip. OAMi'BBLL Jt H'DERMOT, ggf City Ei.ectio.\\?Candidates will jd-ase remember, that we invariably charge ??> for all announcements for the city offi tci lo be paid for in advance. ? ?s>- "? yy- The Cask of Harris.?The case of James H. Harris, charged with breaking open and robbing the- Dentist's office, of Robertson &" Orr, Main street, was argued in the County Court yesterday. Major Good, for the Commonwerlth, relied in his rci.iarks upon the piece of paper, a fee bill, issued from the Circuit Coort, found in the dentist's office, aud proved to have been in Harris' possession before the robbery, upon the finding of some of the stolen goods in the house of the accused, and other circumstances. Col. Wheat and J. H. Pendleton, E...

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 January 1860

A Lost Love. Bo fiUr. and ytt so desolate; 80 wad, and jot? young; Oh, there U griof too deep for tears, Too scal'd for toll-tale tongue! With a fadod floweret in her hand, Poor little hand, so white! And dim bluo eye, from hor casement high Sho loak* upau the night. Only a little rosebud? Only a simple flower But it bloom* no more as it seem'd to bloom Through many a lone, lone hour. Aa they float from her fevor'd touch away, The petals wither d and brown. . All the liopea shedeem'd too bright to bedream'd Sink trembling and fluttering down. It needs no bnsh of the Present To call back the sweet calm Past; The lightest summer murmuring 1 May bo heard through the wiutry blast; And the wind is rough with sob and with sough To-night upon gable and tree. Till the bare elms wail liko apectros pale1 And the pine* like a passionate sea. "But she think* of a dreamy twilight On the gird en walk below. Of the laurel* whimpering in their bleep, And the white rote in full blow. The early moon ...

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 January 1860

\ OLtME 8. WHEELING, VRltfcsG, mUARY 7, I860. DUMBER 117. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY rj CAMPBELL & BPDEIIMOT, INTELLIGENCER BI ILDING8, _V. K. cvrnrr of -'Qtriiicy and Jfaiti-Stx. T K RMS: Trl-Weekly, (l>er year. i>ay able in advance.) 3,00 /fif- Advertising done uu reasonable terms. All ailtertjPwjmypts f'fthviniigtanfo. or from transient city customers, ffttf?t TSh fn advance. rlK'CTRANCE. Stec First (ia^s Irisriranee IN C 0 Ili'?) R AT E D 1&10 ? CHARTER PERPFTUAL. 4yCaah Capital $1,000,000, svbsulutu and unimpaired. WITH A STUMPS OF $oO<i^S7 i?3. And the'preitigeuf S3 vo.y.-s *uccusd and experience. Aauctu, Jsuusiy I, 1S3S. Ga*h in hund, & Deputes in Hnrtf d Bank* $34S,12> GO Cash iu transit and AgunU'hauds, 30G.S7'2 05 31 o?ey due the Co? scoured by Mortgage,... 5.41S Ol Keul Estate unincumbered ...47.03:1 42 Dills Receivable C5.177 IS. it VHKEi VALUE." 10*JKond-?0.7X lDperct'.lritoreaUaii!iUttlly.$102,000 00 6oT Shares Hail QoadSttJck .51.440 00 50 ?? Con...

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 January 1860

fails intelligence* CAMPBELL A M'DERMOT, BDITOKS iXD PROPRIBTORR. tiUUlS.?Daily, delivered in citj, per week, 10 cents Daily, by mail, in adrnnce^. ....$5,00 Tu-Wuxly, bj maiL, in adranee^....... *.00 Wbbxly, bj mail, in adrnncer 1,00 AV H E E L I N G : Saturday Morning, Jan. 7,1860. Mb. J. Fhaxk Kkvsm*, ticeneograpbic Artist, exhibited to us yesterday afternoon, specimens of three different photographic, pictured which he had been out taking at Bethany. lie had one of the Faculty, one of the College buildings and grounds, and one of the residence of the President. AH three of them are excellent and accur ate. He bore with him a letter of com mendation, signed by the College authori ties, stating that these views were, in their opinion, the best, the most accurate nnd finished of any that have been before taken out there. To this recommendation we can add that of our own, being well ac quainted with the subject matter of Mr. Keyser's views, and would say to the friends of the Colleg...

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 January 1860

o*- Xiargost Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Satnrday Morning. Jan. 7, I860. I1XTELOPESI ENVSlOPBSJi Vc li !???? Ju?t roroivbU n fino lot .,f tiira .(UiilitT en v.Iojhm, which will be in the he?t Htrlc. obup. CaMPIIKLL t M'DEHMof, At th? conclunlun "f the course of Lwturea an Ultima*? ?T.euinc last, jleitvund in the Stcuuil I'rei l.ttrrliui Church of thin city, t,y the Rev. June. J. Marks, at tlm iuiUnce of the Young )]?n'H Clirlbtnin A-v-.- in[ioii ami tho nu.lienc b?fbro whom the lec tures h??l heeu delivered: Mr. li. L. Cranuicr offered the following praauiblu und roolutiuna, which were unaidiujiMly udoptnd by those present: Wucmvi, The Her. Jauie- J. Marks is engaged in lucturius upo < - scenes nntl incidents of travel In Esyi't, KtU-<tiue. tcA and wliereas, we, the members of the Young Men's Christian Association, and the public of Wheeling who hive attended upon said lec tures have beeu greatly ediUcd and interested. There fore, RrtiAml, That we tnke jrrcii...

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 January 1860

little dog tray. [A Parody on Poe'a poem called Annabel Lee.j It wm many and many a year ago, In a dwelling over the way, That a little boy lived. as you may know, And be had a dog .named Tray; And tbla little boy bad no other thought Than to sport with his dog and play. 1 was a child and he waa a pup. In this dwelling over the way; V And we loved with n lore ft were hard to tx<*t? I and my Uttlo dog Tray? With it lore that tho ragged boys in the street Made fun of every day. And this was the reason that lung ago, In this dwollingover the way, A mad dog (they aaid; had beon bitiug My beautiful little dog Tray; So that my elder brother came Aud took him from me one day. Aodshut him up in a woodshed Of tho dwelling over tho way iif brother Vhw not half so happy as we, Went envying me and Tray; Yes! that was the reason (a? onr folks knew In tho dwelling over the way.) That my brother come with gun at nighty. Shoot lug and killing my dog Tnty. Our lore it was stronger by for and more...

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 January 1860

NUMBER YOLUME 8, WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1860, 118. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED* BY CATCPBSLL & EC'DERMOT, i '.TfiJiJ-K.'EiVCIJH nnJ.DVXGS, ,Y. /.*. ctirnsv <>J vui-irj/ u::"' jJt'.'wtSts. f.r k i i ?.i t*z J)iily.(}>y iaf.il. jviyaWi* in nuvnin:e.)._ $h,00 Ity the Week. ({iujaHa t*> tlic farriers.). la Ts :-W?-ckly. (per v car. piyahlaIn advance.).' ?,00 i ; * Advertising d'?no ou reasonable terms. AH a.? vei tisemunta from a diriance, or from transient city ci:-:tor.ier4 n?u.-?t be p-iid in advance. INC'JllPOUA l Lll> lSl'J ? CHAltTgli PERPETUAL. i;.. Cash Capital 5l,06-j.ui?o. and unimpaired. with A?rr.ri.i's >r *i?oG.tiS7 *>S. Aud tlio pro.tipeol'3S years success and experience. AtfSvtM, January 1. 185S. f!as!i iu hand. ?* Deposit es .n Il trtf dl!ui>ks.$''!4'',l'23 6?# i'x-.ii in trutuit and Agouuehumlji 106,5*7:! 05 Money ?ino the Co., scored by 5, ilS 04 iie.il &tate unincumbered 47.053 4:2 Uiils Jie'-eivable 35,177 18 71 AUKilT VAI...

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 January 1860

aitg <!ntelligcttccr ^CAMPBELL & M DERMOT, EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS. TRAMS*?DiiLr, delfrwed in city, per week-10 ^nt' D.1ILT. 1?t mail, in idrance. |5.< Tw-Wkmlt, by mail, in advanccy- JLt Weekly, by roiil. in ad ranee l.? WHEEL TiTo:: Monday Morning, Jan. 9,1860. Tii> Postmaster General urges that hi department cannot be restored to its origi nal independence unless the routes whicl ?re not strictly postal be charged upon th ?public treasury. He is entirely right 01 this point. We demand?whether right h or wrongly, we do not now inquire?ilia. the department shall be seif-3nstainingi and then we saddle it with burdens which do not legitimately belong to it any inoro than they do to the department of war. The six hundred thousand dollars paid annually for carrying a few bags of letters from the Mississippi valley, via El I'aso, tn San Francisco, may be well expended. It may be best for the public good to keep up frequent communication between the At lantic and Pacific coa...

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 January 1860

Jaill? 3fntcUii|c?fcv! v-. Lai-got 'Circulation of any Paper in ! Western Virginia. "?3 Monday Morn ins, Jan. 9, 1860. j 1SVELOPES ! E3rV?LOPKS:i?>v? | j j hare just rort?ivu?I a line Iv?? ? r quality en- j tcl-which will l>? jiriin the lest style, ! CAM L'B?LL ? M'DEUMOT, + 5=^-City Elbction.?Candidates will i [?lease remember, that we invariably charge *j lor all announcements for the city offi ces?to be pa id for in adcunce. JJ^*riBMrKIKLI) Kailroad Stopped. ! Sequestration*.?On .Saturday Inst, the ' train of cars on the ilempfield Railroad j came down from Washington but did not ! jro back in the eveiling. It seems that j certain contractors, through a Mr. .Smith, of Pittsburg, upon a judgement against j Xhe road of twenty-one thousand dollars. S have sequestrated the property of the com- j puny. The design of the parties making , the sequestration, as will be understood j l?v the use of the word, is to hold the road until the profits have paid the demand for which it is t...

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 January 1860

The SStndoxv *?!??? Two deep l>ay window* lit the room In which *? watched t!u? or?aing gloooi: In this tuyself and Lucy?ii. Pater and maiden aunt* iu that; The gaslight f?ri the thtgs beiow And our colli ng cast a glow Wliiie pater and hi* eitsrlc Tt alkd iimlton parliamentary : <it rul'd with h demn shako of head, llow p'raJenily tho y?.?uug should wed. In niy I ?al4- " l"his. 3Iy. dearejt, U th? time to ki^s !'* Lure 1 by the shadowy hour aud nook, The pr ircrM pic I~> she coyly tnok ; When lo! by our unlucky fate, Tii silhouette, our tots Xo*05 and pouted I?p* wore all Ofciiqualy Shal-jwcd oa tho wall! Ko. when the footman bring! i:i te.% Sombre nre they, and scarlet we: The limp ha* prematurely shown A truth w?* hid nor dare I to own: Small J hank-- to light untimely cnl,? A11J yot tills kiss wm not car l\n I A notice of a new novel says, that "the gtyle is so brilliant, thnt the printer, with the copy before-hi in; can set tip the type without any otiter light, in the...

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 January 1860

WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1SG0 VOLUME 8 119. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLICSEKC'ER BUILDINGS, J\\ K.curtur of Quincy and Main-Sis. T K II MS: Daily. <"by mall, payable in advance,).. .$5,00 Ur the Week, (payable to tlieCarrlem,). 10 Tri-Weekly, (perfyear. payable In advance,) 3.00 AJvcrtuiug d^no on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from trauuient | city customers, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? ik t n k ? INCORPORATED 1815)?CHARTER PERPETUAL. />'4/-Ca?b Capital $1,000,000. absolute and unimpaired. with a stp.plls or $500,387 8$. And tbo prestige of SS >ears success and experience. Auseta, January 1, 185 8. Cash iu band, Sc Ik'jHwitea in HurtfMBanka?348,123 09 Cash in transit and Agent^hauds 106,872 05 Money due tho Co? secured by Mortgage,... 5,41 S 04 Real Estate unincumbered 47,053 42 Rills Receivable 35,177 18 MAKSr.T VALUE. 10-Honda0,7 X lOperct. interest,annually ,...

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 January 1860

gjaiig gfutctligcacc* ' CAMPBELLM'DE&MOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. YJSKMS.-?Daily, delivered In city, per week, 10 wnts Daily, by mail, in advance^ '..$5,00 Tbi-Weekly, by mall, in advance,. Weekly, by mail, in ad vanec~ 1.00 ~w h: EE L I N~o7 Tnesday Morning1, Jan. 10, 1859. Tiib Nashville Republican says: "Let it.be ever borne in mind that John A. Gilmer, a Southern slaveholder, has several times received thirty-six votes, and with the eighty-six Democrats who voted for Bocock, would have beeu elected Speaker of the House." Exactly, that is the way the matter stands. If there had been sincerity in the j wish expressed so often by the administra- : tion men, for what they are pleased to | call a conservative organization, they could have had it in the election of Mr. Gilmer. Mr. Gilmer could easily have been elected, and could this day, if the administration men desired. For our part we should rejoice most heartily to see John A. Gilmer the Speak er. We have seen enough of him ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 January 1860

Oitiln^utclliflcum largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Tuesday Morning, Jan. 10, I860. ,jveTopesi ENVBLOPRS:!? v'lmvn just rccclrecl ? fin'- lot r.f i^tra .jtmlitv en ,?<. wlilcll will be m the bent ptvle, CAMl'BKIX A 51'DKRMOT, (Vjf?C|TY Ki.kctiox.?Candidates will ]?Mae remember. that we invariably charge for all announcements for the city olfi to Ac paid for in adenine. f.g-I)ELiiiifM Tuk.me.vs.?On Sunday ? ijriit the people along Monroe street, were ?irtlod considerably by tlie cry of inurder jrooeeding from the middle of the street, i'ln' people rushed <att of their houses and ..uv several persons struggling with a man ,iho continued to yell murder as rapidly Ik- could speak. It was a man named porter, who lives in the first ward, and irlio. having indulged himself in strong lrink excessively, was suffering the horrors |,l' maniu a jiolu. Some of his friends had been watching him during the day and r . tilling, but concluding from his conduct that he was ...

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 January 1860

Jpiwlij JfntcUiijcHtcr. A Lament Tor Edgar A. Pw. 1 Wo? for thine early doom. Thon star of glory act fn shades of night! Thb trailing winds that haunt thy lonely tomb Breathe, sadly breathe, thy talc of early blight: Quenched is thy glorioua eye's resplendent light; Hushed is the voice that swayed tho listening crowd; Cold is the kingly brow of marble white; Low lies the form so nobly proud;? Wail on, ye storm-winds; wail, and chant his dirgv aloud! Woe for thy shattered lyre 3 The soul that sorrowing earth bewailed, so young. Glowed with a poet's giad, ecstatic fire. And, high and sweet. tho*e numbers wildly sung Through fair Columbia's realms xutlodious rung. Fame's clarion voico charmed not thy soul to rest, The lofty songs that trembled on thy tongue Soothed not thy worn and passion-haunted breast, Sor won sweet, holy peace for thy delightful guest. Thy genius, wild and strange. Strove to portray creation's earliest year*. And loved through earth's grim, ghastly realms to range,...

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 January 1860

VOLUME 8 NUMBER WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1S60 I 1*20. PRINTED AND PURLISHED 15Y CATffPBEIili & M'DERMOT, IXTBLLIGEXCER Ul ILDXNGS, _Y. K. omter uf (juincy and Main-Sis. T TClir.IS: Daily.(Itf mall, imyable In advance,).- $5,00 llv the Week, (j>ayable to tho Carriers.) 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year. payable in ndvance.) 3,00 l>jj- Advertising done on rcaaouable terms. All advertisements from a dL*tanco. or from transient ci'.r customors, must be paid in advance. :i!-ISUBANCE. Choice First Class Insurance r u T INCORPORATED 1S19 ? CHARTER PERPETUAL. li Capital $!,00t>.<WO, al?s-l uto and unini|>airud. WITH A .STKCJ-LS Of 5>,JV.lli.3S7 SS. .And tho pre?tig?of 3$ years success and experience. Assets, January 1, 185 8. Cash iu hand. <1 DeiMwitos in HartfdRank*.$34S,123 G'J Citali iii transit and Agentsjhands 1CG,S7- 05 Money duo tl?e Co- *ecured by Mortgage,... 5.41 S 04 I'eal Estate unincumbered 47.0o3 42 JJills Recbivablu 35,177 IS MAHKKT valuk. 102R...

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 January 1860

ailg gnteUiflcuccr "(CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS ASD PBOPRIETOBS. TJSJU4&?DAII.T, delivered in city, per week, 10 cents BAILT, by mail, Id advance. TRI-W?nn.T. liy mail, in advance? J-'*' AVekklt, by mail, in advance. i,w? W li E K la I N O : Wednesday Mornings Jan. 11, I860. Ay the risk of being thought offensive, (as they any in Congress,) we would like to say n word to our friends, and to those who are not our friends, in and around the village of Mannington, in the county of Marion, some seventy-five or eighty miles down along the Baltimore road. We perceive by the last number of the Fairmont Virginian that a meeting has been held in Mannington, announced as having been "large and respectable,'' as we have no doubt it was, for we never heard of any other kind, and at which meeting six resolutions, several of them very long, and at least three of them very silly, were drawn up and put to the meeting, and "adopted with entire unan imity." The county of Marion, in which th...

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 January 1860

&nihr gutcllipjim Xjorgeat Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. *?Ji Wednesday Morning, Jan. 11, 1860. >v\VELOPES ! ENVELOPES I??We j liave ja?t received a fine lot *.f e-iini quality eii volui?c."i, which will l?e yri^it^i in the beat style, cheap. CAMP 11 ELL ?fc M'DKltMOT, jGgfCiTY Klbctiox.?Candidates will please remember, that wc invariably charge Si! lor all aiinouneeiuents for the city uni ces?to be paid for in atfcunce. jntgy"CiTY Council.?A regular meeting of the City Council was held last evening. There were fourteen members present.? The annual report of the receipts and ex penditures of the < ity for the year 1859, wa: read and accepted. The regular in illthly bills were ordered to be paid, amounting in all to $14,74 42. The re port of the Committee on Water "Works was read, and its several recommendations and resolves were adopted. The Commit tee on Fire Department reported adverse to the propoposition of the Guard's Com pany to retain permanent posse...

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