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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 6 March 1854

*04i VOLUME 2. WHEELING. VA.. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1854. OIl)c UJl)ccling 3rifelltgenccr,| IS rDB|.18UED DAILY, TKI WBKKLY AN U WEEKLY. BY SWEAR1NGEN, TAYLOR & CO. K IWKAKIKOCM. O. I. TATfcO*. J. n. PKNDLKTON. OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcrroe j and Quincy. TEB9U. u.ilr, per mnum.... .. i'.U ?C,(V> or 10 ccnu per Week f ri-Weckly, per annum..:,;..................1 3,00 Wecklr " 1,00 KATKI* OF ADVBHTI8ING. THR UNUKRSICNBD, "ublishera or newspapers in the city of Wheeling, in view of the iucieased price or pa >ier, labor and other expenses, rendering their expenses jar greater than heretofore, do agree to charge the follow ing rates for advertising, and in no case whatever to charge leas than the rates below; ten lines or leaa of non pareil constituting a square: . Fur one square 1 iuaeition, ft ,76 ?? ?? ** 2 ?? 1,001 3 1.23 " ?? " 1 month ?....- 6 00 = ? j: -I =? h 4 * 6 ?? ..v..... l.'.no *' " 44 12 " 1600 DCF"For advertisenienta of gieater length, and lets ...

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. — 6 March 1854

THE Ii\T KLL.1GE WCVfj R. PENDXJJTON & TAYLOR, f nbiuhril at N?. 41 ? ETWKKN MOKIOI AHD >01NC SWEARING-EN, f KB JIM.?DAILY, iwr ?rai? triCwkbk'ly WM" ??aam: m P?iwk;'S? of f It will from Was theSe a vote session at citing tie' rather v Btr: l BT 85 OO 83 OO 81 OU -Bai-ta-th'e'B?n?te. ?3>X*eVK4MC8(aphic dispatches ? _? \$lf?t: tMerKebra&iCBift Jpaaaed 'Wthrday mornine^f-fi^ttjcljfck^bf1 | j?fc fe^4 ?- tKVfiiG. r?TT -"= "" " Jghtou Friday, anil an angry oud-ei fitrmMmreil, which at one time grew rojaVypersonM. grew \rr f pciauuauvi z^ssssssmmm mjui uie matter was finally JMetJ into a Pickwickian sense, and We are re in5 jcodthat it is settled, at laat that an ambition for *' ie PfpyAeocy Ui>ot huso and ignoble. We sboajd ?Ot wondetnowyafier Mr.-Chase's clearly express - ?T? ^w, nr. ooase's clearly express ?S^pBftn! although extorted, that "the ambition to U#lUfejdMHsoiot altogether unworthy," that some very respectably men; m?y consent to be HWWWn^ ?' I -?? ? . endnnn...

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. — 6 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCE R.\ PBTOTiETON & TAYLOR, PaklUked ret N?. Jl,> ^ .Tw?? ?? '* 1 ItTVKKN MONRO* AHO ^OINC^ SWEARl'NQEWi TAY TBBMSt?DAILY, per annSj (Or 10 Cent* pel TK1-W EEKLY, p. WKKKLV", per OR. It w. Araska Bill in the Senate from Was 'that ? the Sjfebratfia^Bifl passed the Serine > JJTy, morning at fvt o*cl6clt.by jfe, to 14 noes'. Th^ Senate' waS in session a\ i j _jght on prid,yf ami an anjry and ex citing ilf ow (ranspiretl,1 whicfcl at one time grew rather '??^^uslypenon.l. w' *rt-lve'feltS^io'see'that; the matter was finally K"r il tri into a Pickwickian sense, and We are re j"' cod that it is settled at last that on ambition for *' jePfja^idency is not base and ignoble. We should not wondrt now, after Mr. Chase's clearly express / ?8^op!rfton, although extorted, that "the ambition to WM'ttelentis not altogether unworthy,"' that some-very respectable men may consent to be PWiMeht.- * '*> Raamsmo* roit an Aiusid Kidnapper.?On pflScer Batnaclo, of Washington, arr...

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. — 6 March 1854

THE IiMTttLLI&liNt V'c PBUDTjeton & TAYLOR T , ' * Jclitors. Hnbll.faed at iVo. a I," Wa'~* ~? B*TWM* MONROE ABO ** ??"?"> Tat S5S,j .?. ,i < TR1-W JJEICLY . Week.) WKBKLF.perVr jrtnuuni, - ? S:? ?JJ /.um, .... $1 OU Tftagr3r? va> ?1'0MDAjy(^fiy 18M. Pbb5k; ??_?*>'ae,^/' ibiiska Bill in the Benato. It will . ?,?e?S,< $>&?".telegra phic ' fcispatcies froinWasln. igfo,;. ,ti|at the Nebraska-Bill passed the Senj^e .aturday morning at fire o'clock, by a vote oro.,7 t0 14 noes. The Seriate was in session al ixj ^ght 0? Friday, and an angry and ex citing de dc transpired, which at one time grew ratncr ?. i?*' ^efously personal. W' to'see that the matter was finally lesf .trod into a Pickwickian sense, and we are re 3?' ct/^.that it is sctlled at last that on amiiition for *' je Presidency is not base and ignoble. We should not wonder now, after Mr. Chase's clearly express ?3*op1hion, although extorted, that "the ambition to btr'Preside'nt is not altogether un...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 6 March 1854

THEINTKLLI6EN0';: r ' pbudiston & taylor, t , ~ i'nblt.hr<] at M0. j| i,v ??TWM? JfOKROK AND UVtfnZ SWEARl'N G-EN; Tay Ww&SsJy wcio - nn WEHKLV.P?r.r \ |j 8S /N<* VA: r^WWii v 1854. Pass*. "a ?/X?ff^'- Ari*a BUl in the Senate. It %y "put telegraphic "cfispaiclies fromWasbt; Mtwi}j^,jiiat lhe-Nebraska-Bifl posed theSerulP^XSgSjy morning atfivetfclock; by . a vote oroj^fc yjg- (0 ]4 noes. The'Sen'att *wa? in session nl I j OJ1 pr;jay> aD(\ an angry and ei citin* l,t o? >e transpired, which at one time grew H'?>1^jl 8 fl 1o' Se if'tljot^ th e'm a tfe r was finally resr ,,tied into a Pickwickian sense, and We arere i?' ccid that it is settled at last that an ambition for Hcy i? not base and ignoble. We should act wondet now, after Mr. Chase's clearly express j ?a"p!mon'; dlthbiigh"extorted, that "the 'ambition to bt^Pr(!siJ(Snt i5Tiot altogether unworthy,"': that some 'very respectables.men; may consent to be PWiWehf.- '' ' ' RramilTlo* von am Alleged Kidnaper.?On...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 6 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER. MONDAY MORNING, MA'tCH 6, 1854. Ja I'crre.poudcu'i. J'uueU0co''?rr'n7ntTh"rJilori.l dep.rtmj.iit or the p.. perTshouW be addressed to the editors, jointly, ortoei ''^respondents writing for publication, will please wri?e only on one side of lite paper. \ n obMsrvanre of the above rules wilt greatly oblige us. .nd secure more prompt attention to coriegpondeilts tliau they might otherwise some times recieve. Jin. IiAaaisox, the President of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, arrived in this city on Saturday evening. M.tsovic.?Ohio Lodge Nil. 101 holds its first stated meeting in the new lodge room, third story of Washington Hall, this evening at half past six o'clock. Wheeling Lodge No. 128, will meet at the same place on Wednesday evening. The License Question.?U e understand that a bill, or an amendment] to the city charter, has passed the Legislature, which will relieve] the Council of the embarrassing responsibility of grant ing or refusing license lor Ordinarie...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 6 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER.. MONDAY MORNING, MA'tCH 6. 1854. To CJorr??Pot,<,cuf,,? ? ypTuwc concerning su ?sciptioiii sdvcrtisin" or oth er oi the Intelligencer, should be ad ^'l^tfeVsconcernTns'uie'rtiHorim! department or the p. perfshould bead.lie?sed 10 the editors, jointly, oi to ei. UCo?resm.nde'nt? writing for publication, will please wl ite only oil one side of the paper. \ n observance oftheabove rules will greatly oblige us. and secure more prompt attention to corespondents "bail they might otherwise some tioies recicve. Mr. lUititisox, the President of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, arrived ill this cily on Saturday evening. Masonic.?Ohio Lodge No. 101 holds its first stated meeting in the new lodge room, third story of Washington Hall, this evening at half past six o'clock. Wheeling Lodge No. 12S, will meet at the same place on Wednesday evening. The License Question.?We understand that a bill, or an amendment to the city charter, has passed the Legislature, which will rel...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 6 March 1854

JUM X-JiiJjijXii-fiNCEK BOOK ANDJOB OFFICE. lp "'"'ndthel r Mends snatheuublicge mraliy, that in connection with the office Intelligencer, they have a Job Otlice ovpresaiy he execution or all ldnda or ' ' :NT 8> OlttN AMEVTA ivfs. >innwnt .?SSI?' T? -uu uciiig? uisunci >ic tee cntuena, Accuracy and PrompturMi iMlhJh0ir ,vtirk ^ri" bo done. l??ei?ared-io execute ? ; : ? -v."; Cards,* P*onRAM*ES, Circulars,- Posters, Labels Concxrt Bills, Bill Heads, Ball Tickets, "ills Ladinu, Steamboat Hum, Bank Cittt Eu, Auction Bills, ^WE?iBooR*, Dray-Ticxets, 2Sotm Freight Books, . Railroad Blanks, ^ rfKcViVis ' Hotel REhtsTERB, Protests, Scjisons, Jl kiefs, Election Tickets, Aifa every other description or letter press Printing. Also Ell ldnils of work in COLOB9 ANDRRONZEg. VCTAU orders from s distance promptly attended to. ?. . . * SWEARING EN, TAYLOR <& CO. CINCINNATI. Apollo Building, N. W. cor. 5th & Walnut, i Cinc.nnati, Oiiio. rrtiii# .. Inc?**PoratC?l, 1848. r^nn^io r ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 7 March 1854

iffUjxto? .?< .Ji.caC. fiiiji y? VOLUME *2. WHEELING. VA., TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1854. iSf t) SlB.EB.Jjj3 OII)c iDljccliug jfntclligeiucr, IS rUBLTSIIRD DAILY. TRIWEEKLY AND WEEKLY, BY SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. K. ?? O. I. TAT LOR. J. H. FtNDLITON. J. H. PENDLETON, j pTji'rnpc OLIVER I. TAYLOR,| tmiOKb. OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, betwtea Mcifjoe and Quincy. 1EUSIU. {/ally, per annum . or 10 cents per weok Tri Weekly, per annum. 3,00 Weekly " . 1,00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. THE UNDERSIGNED, publishers or newspapers in the city of Wheeling, in view of the increased price or pa j^r, labor and other expenses, rendering their expenses ur greater than heretofore, do agree to charge the follow in? rates for advertising, and in no case whatever to charge less than the rates below; ten lines or less of nou {tainl constituting a square: For ouc square 1 inseitiou, $ ,75 44 44 " 2 ?? 1,00 - 44 " 3 ?' 1,25 '? " " I week 2.00 44 " 44 2 ?? 3,V> " 44 ? month 5,00 ?? " ** 2 " 6,76 44 44...

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. — 7 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCES PENDLETON & TA"J l*ul>lialae?l al BETWEEN MONROE No. Street, ! AND QU1NOT STRfKTS, BT SWEARINSEN, TAYLOR & CO. TtCBIIIft.?DAILY, per annum, 05 00 Mjwvw: * *. x TR1-WKEKLY, peranuum, - . $3 ?0 ti/f ? ?10? TUESDAY MORNING^ MARCH 7. 1864. '?? " ?-- e i?l3 - - ? .???.?? The Nqwb. ^Tfife passage of theNebraska Bill in the Senate baa relieved that body of an excitiug nrtd burthen aome subject. Nex;, in the House conies the "tug ofjear." Of its passage thert, the Baltimore Pat riot says the' accounts from Washington, which the decided vote in the Senate endorses, are that the bill will eertainly pass the House, a large majority of the members having declared, their determination to vote, fotjif- yhe President's approval is not doubtful; and the prospect is that the bill will be come a law at this session, and immediate meas ures will be taken to organize a territorial govern ment for Nebraska free from all restrictions, so far ay'the'ictSon of Congress could co...

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. — 7 March 1854

THE INTBLLIGMCER. TUESDAY MORNING. MAUCH 7. 1854. c'?rrc>?p?udciiiii. t wttkksconconiinc?sci'Iption*ftdyortisinjf orotli: .rLn,S?w b"i:?? o7.i..' rtouia be ad dressed.to department of the pa perfsbMlJ be addressed to the editor., jointly, or to ei. llConwwoK? writing for publication, will please W\Tobwrvi?ra"r th??abov<Ttules will greatly oblige us, ? ?',l secure more i>r,.mpt attention to corieapoudeulg lliai, ttey niigUt otherwise sonic times reciete. The Lwjislature having adjourned on Satur day, a number of the members passed through this city yesterday, en route Tor home. Sudden Death.?Mrs. Prince, an aged woman in the First Ward, was found dead in bed on Sat urday morning. The work of rebuilding the Oil Cloth Factory of Messrs. Ayers, Cushing & Osbun, destroyed by fire a few days age, will be commenced in a few days. Harper's Maoazikk for March has been received al Wilde & Brother's. Among i:s usual quan tity and variety of excellent matter, it contains a capi...

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. — 7 March 1854

?! '-^T^EiGENqfek~' BOOK AN'D'JOB OFFICE. Tiia'unJeralened take this occaalon to remind their friend* and the ppbUe generally, that In cowiaction with the oAce of the Dally Inlellifeneer, they have a Job Office expreaalj fitted Up tor?ha execution of all kinds of PLAl5AEV|>ORNAlfnmALPttllTtlNCi. Their materials being mostly uew, and embracing the la teat styles of .-lob 'ype, and tneir large and well selected stock 4f paper, cards, inks, 4c., being purchased at the o<vest Cash piices, and the Job Office being a distinct do ?artment, caieftdly andeliiciently managed, they canguaran tee to their custoroww^fflMC^?,'tis regards the Neutueau, Accuracy and Promptness, with wfjHl%j|r wofr'wjil be done. 1 hey ate CaRDS, CIRCULARS, - LiOKLH, Bill Hkads, Hills Ladi.no, KiHK Chick-, O.^Booa.. I to execute A Proorxnxc, Postkrs, Concert Bills, ttr. Ball Tickets, St* am so at Hills, Auctioh; Bills, Drat Tickets, ?> ; Prkiobt Hooks, Railroad Blakks, iiOTKL KKKlfUXRS, ' So*MOB% Klkct;on Ti...

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. — 8 March 1854

-vm bsirf ?H 1X1',,' Tllti'ii C Lj 1T U Vt utAIOliS^ wavi 8T&I&M3:&W M-.iUIi ;i ' i f. 'ioup VOLUME 2 WHEELING. VA.. WliPNKSDAS MORNING. MARCH 8, iffiE NUMJ5ER 164 uTIjc ttJljccliug 3ittellt?cwcr, IS PUBLISHED DAILY, TRIWEEKLY AND WEEKLY, BY SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. K. >? IWKA.RIKOKX. O. I. TAYLOR. J. H. PENDLETON. ' J. H. PENDLETON, > j'nirpORS OLIVER I. TAYLOR,! OFFICE?No. 21, \Vate$ Street, between JIcMOe and Quincy. TKItH*. per annum/... .....25,00 or 10 cents per week jfri-Weekly, perannum. ; 3,00 Weekly 44 1,00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. TIIK UNDERSIGNED, uublisliers or newspapers in tLe c!ty or \Vheeliug, in view or the increased price or pa lter, labor and other expenses, rendering their expenses far greater than heretofore, do agree to charge the follow ing rates for advertising, and in no case whatever to charge less than the rates below; ten lines or less or non pareil constituting a square: For ouc square 1 inset tion, S ,75 ?? 44 ?? 2 ?? 1,00 ?? " ?? 3 ...

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. — 8 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER." PENDLETON & TA-STWiR, BdltoiSj. Publiahcd ni No. 41t ^iur mmt| BETWEEN MONROE AND Ql lNCT STRF KTS, ?T SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & C O. TKBUD.-DAILY, per annum, 93 OH (Or 10 Centsper Week.) TR1-WKKKLY, per annum, - - S3 OO WKKKJ.Y, per annum, ..... si OO ' ?W H'E E'LI N G, VA:? ?' " WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH{8, 18S4. i? - - Washington News. 1' ? - Asour.ieport of the vote in the Senate op the > ebraska Bill as sent to.ua by, telegraph was in compjete.we here present a corrected list: Yeas?vlewra. Adams, Atchinson, Balger, Bay ard. Benjamin,* Brodbead, Brown, Butler, Cass, Clqgr,, Daw?pn, Dixon, Dodge of Iowa, Douglass, Evans, Fitepatrick, Geyer, Gwin, Hunter, John son, Jones o( Iowa, Jones of Tennessee, Mason, Mmttyi, Norris, Pettit, Pratt, Rusk, Sebastian, SnTelfls, Slfrtetl, Stuart, Thompson of Kentucky, Thomson of iNew Jersey, Toucey, Well, Williams ?37-? Nats?Messrs. Bell, Chase, Dodge of Wiscon sin, Fesjenden, Fish, Foot, Hamlin, Houston, James, Seward, S...

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. — 8 March 1854

-i - if/ ' . i t i ,.U THE IN'TKI.I.KtB.V'OER. WEDNESDAY", MORNING, MAUCH 8, IS54. To C!orrtMV?Ndent>. A LKTTKKS concerning au ?scriptjon, advertising or oth er financial business of the Intelligencer, should be ad dressed to ihe Pr<^>rietois. ... . Letters concerning tl?e editorial department of the pa per, should be addressed to the editors, jointly, or to ei theroce ofthem. , -. Correspondents writing for publication, will please write only on one side of the paper. An observance ottheabove rules will greatly oblige us, j and secure more prompt attention to coriespondeuts! than they might otherwise some times reclevfe. The llAPf Gouuunitv tending at Economy, above Ibis city, We remitted $260,000 to New Yoik during the present season for the purchase of various western railroad securities. The sum was in English sovereigns, which has "beenHoarded in their vaults since the disastrous times of 1837. Beaten.?The steamer Thos.Swann arrived yes terday morning two hours and thr...

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. — 8 March 1854

INTELLIGENCER 8 O OK AND JOB OFFICE. Tns uudersigned take this occasion to remind their friends *?"??1 MiffM*10conutctiou with theoilice or the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fl tted up for he execution of all kinds of ??'?AIN A>I?OIISA.1IIWTAI, PRINTIXU. Their materials be in? mostly new, and embracing the la test styles of Job *yj?e, and toeti iarge and well selected stock ??r paper, cards, inks, etc., being purchased at the o?ve*t' Cash p- ices, and the Job Office being a distinct do "ariment, ca.cfully *nd efficiently managed, they canguaran tee to their customers entile satisfaction, as regards the Neatness, Accuracy and PromptnoMii with which their work will he done. Th'ey.aTe ptepaied to execute Cards, Program mks. Circular#, Posticus, Labels, Coniert Bills, Kill Hiun, Ball Tickets, Bills Ladihu, Steamboat Hut.*, Auction Bills, Dray Titkrrs, Fr.nonT Books, Railroad Blanks, Hotel Registers, Summons, Election Tickets, And earery other description oflet...

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. — 9 March 1854

VOLUME 2. WHEELING. VA / TnURSDAT MORNING, MARCH 9, 1854. NUMBER 165 STIjc ttJljccliug jhttelligemcr, IS rUBMIHKD DAILY, TRI WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, BY SWEARING-EN", TAYLOR & CO. |. B.IVVC1RINOKK. O.I. TAYLOR. J. H. PENDLKTOK. J. H. PENDLETON, ) FTHTOR^ OLIVER I. TAYLOR, $ hUUUH!>' OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcrroe ami Quincy. TKU3I*. may, per annum ?6,tyi or 10 cents i*r week Tri-Weekly, per annum. 3,00 weekly " 1,00 RATES OF ADVEBTI?ING. THK UNDERSIGNED, publishers or newspapers in ite city of Wheeling, in view of the increased price of pa yer, labor and other expenses, rendering their expenses ur greater than heretofore, do agree to charge the follow ing rates for advertising, aud in no case whatever to cturge less than the rates below; ten lines or less of non jaieu constituting a square: For one square 1 iuseition, .? a? .? o ?( ?4 ?? ?* 2 44 1,00 - 44 ?? 3 ?? 1,25 '? ?? " 1 week 2.00 2 44 3.V) 44 " " ; month 6,00 *? ?? 44 2 ?? 0,75 44 '? 44 3 44 8,00 44 44 ?? 6 44 ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 9 March 1854

?THE INTELLIGENCER. . PENDLETON & TAYLOR, Editors. Publinfaed nt No. 'i 1, Water Street, BETWEEN MONROE AN D Q.UINCY STRKETS, BY SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. TEBKI8.?DAILY, per annum, - - - - COr 10 Cents per Week.) TRI WEEKLY, per annum, - WEEKLY, per annum, - ? - W*1 . " i?WHEKLING, VA:? - . t- ????????' ' THURSDAY; JIORNING, MARCH 9, 1854. The News. "VVe have announced by telegraph, the passage in the House of Representatives, of the Home stead Biil, by a vote of 107 ayes to 72 nays, l'be main features of the bill are: 1. Any fr?e white person who is the head of a family, or who has arrived at the age of twenty one years, and is a citizen if the United States, (hall lie entitled to enter, free of cost, one quar ter section of vacant and unappropriated lands, which may, at the time the application is made, be subject to private entry at 81,25 per acre, or a quantity equal thereto, to be located in a bedy, in conformity with the legal sub-divisions of the public lands, and af'e...

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. — 9 March 1854

THE INTELLI&E ACER. THURSDAY MORWN'C. MA'tCH 9. 1854. I'o i,'orrc?poadcm?t. i KTTKRS concerning su scription, advertising or otli rr fiioueial business oftlie Intelligencer, should be ?U ?lirssed 10 the Proprietors. Letters concerning the editorial department of the pa per, should be addressed to the editors, jointly, or lo ei. ^Corieapoadents writing for publication, will please write only on one side of the paper. \n observance of the above rules will greatly oblige us, and secure more prompt attention to conespondcnts than they might otherwise some times reclcvc. We are indebted to the clerk of the steamer City of Wheeling for Cincinnati papers. Windy.?The* weather yeslerday was highly windy. So was the Grent Agitator, the Times a ad Gazette. The Paper Mii.'. of Messrs. Lambkin, Bonham & Co., is again in successful operation, rap:dly tilling the orders which accumulated during the stoppage of the mill lo repair the damages of tbe iate accident. Messrs. Dorsey, Howard &...

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. — 9 March 1854

INTEIiLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. Tits undersigned take this occasion to remind their friends siid the public generally, that in connection with the office "" *>aily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly i for ; lie execution Of all kinds of lio^NA.tlENXAL PRINTING, eriels being mostly uew, and embracing the U , of Job ?ype, and then iarge and well selected flf paper, cards, inks, &c., being purchased at the 4 Cash prices, and the Job Office beiug a distinct ue ?art merit, carefully and efficiently managed, they can guaisn tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards .be |t|yfeA Accuracy and Pr?Btpwf?? ieir work willbe done. epared to execute Cards, Prooramxes, Circulars. ' Posters, Labels, Courm Bills, Bill Heads, Hall Tickxts, Hills Lading, Steamboat Hilt.*, Hahj* Check-, Auction Bilix, , Ohm* Uooms, " Ue ay Tickets, Xnrw Freight Books, llEKDS KaILROAO BLANK-*, RmcxiTT* Hotel Register*, PROTEST#. SUXMOHS, ' LaiETt, Election Ticxxts, And every other des...

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