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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 10 March 1854

VOLUME 2. ;; ; NUSlB^jee. WHEELING. VA., FRIDAT MORNING. MARCH 10, 1854. GTlje tiJIjccltug Jfntclltgcnccr, IS PUBLISHED DAILY. TRI WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, BY SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. I. p. UVZlRlHaiX. O.I.TAYLOR. J. II. PXXDLKTON. J. H. PENDLETON, I ~nn* OLIVER I. TAYLOR, \ EmlOK:5 OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcrroe and Quincy. TEBMH. t??ity, per anuum.... ......$5,0^ or 10 cents per week Tri-Weekly, per annum. 3,00 Weekly " ..1,00 KATEt OP ADVERTISING. THE UNDERSIGNED, publishers or newspapers. In the ctly of Wheeling, in view of the increased price of pa per, labor and other expenses, rendering their expenses ur greater than heretofore, do agree to charge the tallow ing rates Tor advertising, and In no case whatever to cturge less than the rates below; ten liues or less of non pareil constituting a square: For one square 1 insei tion, S ?*?" 44 " ?? 2 44 1,00 ?? ?? " 3 ?? 1,23 *? " " 1 week 2.00 41 44 44 2 " 3,t0 " 44 " *? month 6,00 44 ?? 44 2 44 6,75 " ?? 44 3 44 8,00 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. — 10 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER PENDLETON & TAYLOR, Editors. PaklUhrd at W*. Dl, tVallr Street, ItTVIIH MONRO* AND aulNCY STKEKTS, BT SWEARINQEN, TAYLOR & CO. TKBB1S DAILY, per annum, ..... g3 OO (Or 10 Centaper Week.) TR1-WEEKLY, per annum, ? ? $3 OO WEEKLY, per annum Si OO ?WHEELING, VA:? 0' j ? ? FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 10. 1854. For tho Wheeling Dailjr Intelligencer. Abolitionism. Two recent editorials of the Times i Gazette of this city, extraordinary and offensive as they are lo every just sentimenl, demand more than a passing notice. Is there a man in Wheeling whose cheek did not burn with shame on noticing these produc tions! The editor must be in the habit of forming Vis opinions f.om the worst abolition sheets of the day, else be could not possibly have given vent to the peculiar kind of billingsgate which markthose efforts. He denounces the Legislature as a mob, ?talks about the overseer and lash, and character ise* the members "as idle and imbecile masteis, whose sole vocation i...

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. — 10 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER. ? FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1854. To Corrrwpoudruix. d^?dr"o.'MPnlil!;filredilori?! department of the pa per, fUoulJ be adJresMJ to the editors, jointly, or to ei. ''correspondents writing for publication, will please write only oil one side otllie paper. \ n observance or the above rules will greatly oblige us. and secure more prompt atteutioil to coriespoildenU than tliey miglit otherwise some times recleve. Improving.?We have recorded six weddings in town this week. Can't we have one irore in order to make up the even number of one p-1 day? The Paixtino representing the terrible conflict between the Indian Big Foot and Poe, one of the pioneers of Western Virginia, will be exhibited to-night at the Melodeon. A lecture tfxplanalory of the subject will also be delivered. Doors open at 74 o'clock. Admittance 25 cents. As the entire proceeds are to be applied to a be nevolent purpose, we hope our citizens will en brace the opportunity to combine pleasurejwith a cont...

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. — 10 March 1854

INTEX.LIG-ENCER The undersigned take ^his Occasion to Remind thei r friend a and the public generally, that in connection with the office of the Dally Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fi ttcd up for ? he execution or all kiuds of PMIW ANDOKNA3IENTAL PEINTINOi Their materiala being mostly new, and embracing the la test styles of Job *ype, and their large and well selected stock ?f paper, cards, inks, &c., being purchased at the onreat Cash prices, and the Job Office being a distinct do ?artment, carefully and efficiently managed, they can guaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the IVentneta, Accnrncj and Promptness, with which their work will be done. They are piepared to execute Cards, Prooramhbs, Circulars, Posticus, Label*, Concert Bills, Mill Heads, Ball .Tickets, Bills Ladino, Steamboat j Bake Check*., Auctiok Bills, Or mer Books, _ . Drat Tickets, Notes Freight Books, Dekds Railroad Blanks, Receiits Hotel Register*. Protests, Summon*, B...

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. — 11 March 1854

VOLUME *2. WHEELING. VA.. SATURDAY MORNING! MARCH II. 1854. NUMBER 167 iiri)c UJIjccling Sntclligcncer, IS PUBLISHED D%1LY? TKI-WEEKLY ANU WEEKLY, BY SW-EARIN"GEN, TAYLOR & CO. K. *WCAJUNOEX. O. I. TAYLOR. J. H. PENDLETON. J. H. PENDLETON", I EDITORS OLIVER I. TAYLOR,\ ?DITORS. OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Monroe and Quincy. TKB9I0. u*ny. per *nnum So,00 or 10 cents per week fri-Weekly, per annum. 3,00 Weekly " 1,00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. THE UNliEKSLCNEO. publishers or newspapers In iteciiy of Wheeling, in view of ibe increased price of pa per, labor anil other expenses, rendering their expenses ur greater than heretofore, do agree to charge the follow jbg rates for advertising, and iu no case whatever to ?b?rge less than the rates below; ten lines or less of non pareil constituting a square: Fur one square 1 insertion 3 ,75 44 *? *4 2 44 1,00 ?? 44 " 3 44 1,05 ? 44 44 t week 2.00 2 44 3,*?0 ?4 44 44 ? inonth 6,00 ?? " ? 44 2 44 G.75 3 44 8,00 ?? 44 4- 6 44 l.'.no 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. — 11 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER. PENDLETON & TAYLOR, Editors. PablUbed at Witter Street, v BETWEEN MONI>ffl?j?|l<ipyfcfe?T*.fET?, BY SWEARINGE1| TAYLOR & CO-' ' J?3 *? TRl-WKKKLY, per annum, . ? g3 Od WEEKLY, per annum, .... Si ?WJLEJiXIN.G, VA:? r: 'SATtlRDAViMdANING. MARCH 11. 1854. ?J?miHTT- ?M?-?T---- -I Henry Clay arid his Public Ccutso. We Bavfe seldom'met withatnore ungenerous ? Attic le in reference to the. character and public .coarse of the greatest of Aipericja's .statasmen, '"'than the following which we clip from the Rich , mond Enquirer. It shows to w bat injustice party spirit can lead.and we are confident that Ibis sen timent could not have emanated from the Senior l.nEditor of the Enquirer, nor would it have emanat ed from ,tbe " garland weaving'! ex-editor and of that paper. Clat avo the Missouri Compromise.?In this - - progressive age the authority of dead men signifies nothing. Why then shrutd the newspapers vex themselves about the probable course which Mr. Clay...

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. — 11 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCE It. SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH U. 1854. 'JL'o C'orrcnpoudcutM. LETTERS concerning subscription, advertising oroth er financial business ortlis Intelligencer, should be ad dressed to the Proprietors. Letters concerning the editorial department of the pa per, should be addressed to the editors, jointly, or to ei. i thcr ui'C of them. CorresjHJiidents writing for publication, will please.) tvi ite only on one side or the paper. .An observance oftheabove rotes will greatly oblige us, and secuie more prompt attention to conespondents than they might otherwise some times recleve. The Sale of the building materials contained in the Old Glass Wurks on Zane str.et, wi'l posi tively take place on the premises this morning at 10 o'clock. A Rack Arrival.?We are indebted Mr. Pigraan, the agent in this city of Adams & Co's. Express for a copy of the Melbourne (Australia) Argus. Adams & Co. go to all parts of the world, and ive expect soon to congratulate them on the! receipt...

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. — 11 March 1854

INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. The undersigned takethisoccasion to remind their friend* and the public generally, that ill connection with the office or the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up for he execution of all kinds of PliAIN AXDOB^AMEIVTAL PRINTING. Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la test styles of Job ?yj?e, and tneirlarge and well selected stock of paper, cards, inks, <Stc., being purchased at tho OH?est Cash prices, and the Job Office beings distinct ?le ?.u tmeut, carefully and efficiently managed, they canguaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the XctituCHH, Accuracy and ProinptueMt with which their work will be dune. They arc piepared to execute Cards, Prooramses, Circulars, Posters, Labels, Concert Bills, Bill Heads, Ball Tickets, Bills Lioiko, Steamboat Kiim, IUkk Check., Auction Bills, Order Book*, Drat Tickets, NoTrs Freight Books, 1)kkd4 Railroad Blakxs, Keckxvts Hotel Hkcisters, Protest...

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. — 13 March 1854

(lUK? ) OtiiO '<?! U* ttlf t>i (-???*) ft ttip VOLUME 2. WHEELING. VA.. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 13' 1854." NCMBEIM68 f$|)c UJIjccling Sntdligcnccr, IS riiBMSIIED DAILY, TKl-WEKKLY AND WKKKLY, BY SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. K. S. SWIiKlXaK' O. I. TAYLOR. J. JI. rXKDLlCTON. i J. H. PENDLETON, i pniTnoc OLIVER L TAYLOR,! EDlTORS lOFFlCE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcrtoe and Quincy. XEB1TW. |uaiiy, per annum S5?0O or 10 cents per week tri. Weekly, per annum........ 3,00 'eekly " ? 1.00 BATES OF ADVERTI8IIVO. THE UNDERSIGNED, Publishers of newspapers in UteciU uf Wheeling, in view of the increased price of p.v b?r. labor autl other expenses, reudering their expenses ?r greater than heretofore, ilo agree to charge the follow Jd- rates for advertising, and in 110 case whatever to Bturge icss tban the rates below; teu lines or less or non E.rni constituting a square: W Fur one square 1 iuseition 3 t7o ?? ?? ?? 2 ?? 1,00 .. ? 44 3 44 1,23 ?? ? " t week 2.00 ?? ? ?? 2 44 V 3,Ml ?? ?? ...

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. — 13 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER. PENDLETON & TAYLOR, Editors. I>abli>bc4 ni ?o. 'il, Wain Street, mtween jionroe and qdinct ratrrrs, bt SWEARINGEN. TAYLOR & CO. ? TKBitlS.?DAILY; jir annum. . - . . . 85 OO (Or 10 Cents per week.) ? TRl-WEEKLY, porannum, - - St:6 00 WEEKLY, perannum, .... Si OO ?WHEELING, VA:? J10NDAY">10RN1NG, MARCH 13. 1854. Free-Soilism and Abolitionism. An absence of a week from the city has prevent ed bur notice of sundry articles wtiich have recent ly appeared, in the columns of the Tiraes, from the pen of its editor, which we regard as directly at war with the interests of the State, and directly impugning the integrity of her institutions. These articles have already been ably reviewed by a cor respondent in our columns, and also by the other papers of the city, but n proper regard for our own position, as the conductor of a Whig journal, and also for the honor and institutions of the State with which we are identified in sympathy and interest, alike requi...

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. — 13 March 1854

THE INTELLIG-MCER, MONDAY MORNING, MAHCH 13, 1854. 'l'o <;orr?a-pouarulM. i KTTBRSconeeniinssu .scription. advertising or olli er fiiuuicial liiuiiiess oft lie Intelligencer, should lie ud ''T^er^coacMiiln"Uie editorial department or the jia |wr, slioul.l be addressed to the editors, jointly, or to ei 11 CorrespoiVden'ts writing for publication, will please write only on oneside of the paper. ... tn observance of the above rules will greatly oblige us, sii'd secure more prwmpt attention to coriespotidents than they might otherwise some times reel eve. Thanks.?We are under obligations to the Hon. 2. S. Kidwei l for valuable public tlocuments. The Ho*. R- M. T. Hu.ntkr, of Virginia, will please acccpt our thanks for a copy of his speech jn the U. S. Senate on the Nebraska ami Kansas question. The RtvEtt yesterday had attained a depth of 27 feet, and commenced receding. The fears of a lies Let no longer exist. Spring-?Saturday and .Sunday were bright, beautiful days', as clear and b...

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. — 13 March 1854

INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. Tit* undersigned take this occasion to remind thei r friends and the public generally, that in conncction with the office of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up Tor he execution of all kinds of l?I,AIIV AKUOKKA9IRNTAL PBINTINC. Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la test styles of J oh *y|?e, and then large ana well selected stock ?r paper, cards, inks, Ac., being purchased at the o*?est Cash pi ices, and the Job Office being a distinct <lo Marunent, caiefulty and efficiently managed, tbey can gua raff tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regaids the \catuc<in, Accuracy and PromptneMi with which thoir work will be done. They axe piepared to execute Cards, Prouramsies, ClRCL'lars, POSTERS, Labels, Cokckrt Hills, Hill Heads, Hall Tickets, Hills Ladino, Steamboat Hiili, Hank Check.. Auction Hills, ? ?hoick Boom, Dray Tickets, Note* Freioiit Hooks, Deed* Railroad Hlanks, HacKirra Hotel Reg...

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. — 14 March 1854

VOLUME 2. WHEELING. VA.. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1854 NUMBER 169 ialjc UJIjeeling Intelligencer, 18 PUBLISHED DAILY, TRIWEEKLY AND WEEKLY, BY SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. , B. IffKiRtNOCX. O. I. TAILOR. J. H. FKXDLKTON. J. H. PENDLETON, / FDITORS OLIVER I. TAYLOR,J EU1T0RS OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcr roe and Quincy. ri:ims. wily, ?tmura S5,0? or 10 cents i>er iveek fri. Weekly, I'" 3,00 Weekly " J.<W RATES* OF ADVERTISING. THE UNDERSIGNED, publishers or newspapers in the city or Wheeling, in view or the increased price or pa per, labor anil other expcuses, rendering their expenses fir gTcater than heretofore, do agree to charge the follow ing rates Tor advertising, and in no case whatever to charge iess than the rates below; ten lines or less o? nun-' ..areii constituting a square: For ouc square 1 iuseition, ? ,75 2 ?? 1,00 ?? ?' 44 3 " 1,25 ?? 44 44 1 week 2.00 ?? " 44 2 44 3,t0 ? ?? 44 1 mouth 5,00 ?? 44 44 2 44 6,76 44 44 44 3 44 8.00 ? 44 4- 6 44 1 ',1)0 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. — 14 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER. PENDLETON & TAYLOR, Editors. y~i ,Ji. Published Wnirr Siren, BETWEEN MON&OE AND QUINCY 8TRFETS, BY SWEARINGBN, TAYLOR & CO. TEB9IM.?DAILY, per annum, 85 OO (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TRI-WEEKLY, per annum. ? - 83 OO WEEKLY, per annum SI ?? -WHEELING, VA:? TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1864. The Washinqton National Monument, at the clow of the last working season, we learn from the National Intelligencer, had attained a heighth of one hundred and fifty feet from the ground.? The aim is to carry it twenty-eight feet more du ring the next season, Which wi.l commence about the 21st inst., if the weather be favorable. About a dozen stone-cutters have been employed all win ter, aild consequently a sufficient supply of work ed stone is on hand to go on with. The anuual amount nnecessary to keepthe building steadily for ward is 835,000. G&eat Sale o* Stereot*fe Plates. Mr. Abraham Hart, the extensive book publisher in Philadelphia, has retired from business, and...

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. — 14 March 1854

THE INTEUIGMCER. TUESDAY MORNING, MAftCIl 14. 1854. i To r HTTKBS concernlue inscription. advertising or oth ? filncW business of the intelligencer,-sliAuId be ?d d'!2^era0coi^rmn;thorcdi!orUl department or the pa pei^should be addressed to the editor*, jointly, or to el. "rinMPOmients wilting for publication, will please ?ri?e onlr on one aide or I he paper. A n observance of the above yules will f realljr oblige us, ...5 secure more pr.nnpt attention to coriespondeuu thau they might otherwise some times recleve. CarraiN Dillon's new boat, the Orb, dropped down to the wharf to day. To the Ladies?Withdrawal froh the Ci* aljtion against Throwing in Triuminqs.?We call attention to tfce advertisement of Isaac Pra g? respecting the above subject. We regret to learn that Caleb E. Booth, Al derman of the Third Ward, died yes'.erdayof con sumption. He will be buried this afternoon, at 2 oclock, by the Masonic fraternity. The Gazette need not trouble itself about the column which any editor...

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. — 14 March 1854

INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. Time uhdersigued take this occasion to remind their friends and the public generally, that in connection wfth the office of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up tor t he execution or all kinds of PLAIN AtVDOBIVAiTlENTAL PRINTING. Their materials being <nostly now, and embracing the la test styles of 4ob ?yjie, and their large ami well selected stock ?f paper, cards, inks, tfce., being purchased at the o?vest Cash prices, and the Job Office being a distinct ?te Panment, cai efully and efficiently managed, they canguaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards (he Neatness, Accuracy and Promptness, with which their work will be done. They are piepared to execute Cards, Programmes, ' - * CIRCULAR!, POSTKES, Labels, Concrrt Bii.i.b, ? Bill Hum, Ball Tickets, - - Kills Ladxku, Steamboat Birr*, * * Hawk Check-, Auction Bills, Order Uookn, Dray Tickets, Notes Frkiout Books, -Deedh Railroad Blanks, Receipt* ...

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. — 15 March 1854

_C it-1^ VOITttC: - U a ; V I'-i/rivr f^gfrfiiqnO ?nii '? ?iH tn:a r VOLUME 2. WHEELING. VA. WE ONES DAT MOKKlfrCi MARCj f 15. 18% /OTMBEIt'470 ?I)C iDljccling 3ntclligewn\ IS rUBMSIIKD DAILY, TRIWEEKLY AND WEEKLY, BY SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. , s\VKA HIKOCS. O. I TAT LOR. J. U. PKHDLKTON. T H. PENDLETON, ) pt^itadc OLIVER I. TAYLOR,! ED1TQRS OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcrioe and Quincy. TKBMS. vtiij, I*r annum $5,00 or 10 cents per week rn-Wefkly. per annum...... ...3,00 Weekly 44 ? 1.00 bate# of advertising. THK USUKKSIKNKD. t-ublishers o? newspapers in tbecitror Wheeling, iu view of the increased price of pa -<r, labor anil other expenses, rendering ibeir expenses rr neater than heretofore, do agree to charge the follow* tef rates fof advertising, and in no case whatever to (?urge less than the rates below; ten lilies or less of non Liei! constituting a square: ?for ouc square 1 iuseUiou, $ ,75 3 ?? .. ir.i y.tiiin:::::: 1)25 ?. ?? " ? I week 2.00 ? " 44 2 44 3,V)...

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. — 15 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER. PENDLETON & TAYLOR, Editors. Publlthed nt No. ill, lVnlcr StrMt, BETWEEN MONROE AND QU1NCV STRf ET8, BT SWEARIN&EN,; TAYLOR & CO. TBKMS.?DAILY. per*imum, 85 OO (Or 10 Centaper Week.) TRI WEEKLY, perannum, - - OO WEEKLY, per annum OO rrr ??-- ? ? ? ' ? i; 1-4-WHEELING, VA: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARQH 15, 1854. TyrWe have merely to say in reference to the re marks of the Times about oar report of the evi denced few. days since, that our report of it ac cords with the statements of the witness, the best judge' we presume of its accuracy. Mr. Harding was a witness, but only to part of the matter, and differed in nothing material, that we recollect of, from the other witness. We did not report Mr. \(rharlori"s evidence from the fact that he had done it Tor himself, the day previous to the hearing, nnd from afeeling of delicacy which we are soriy he is too thickheaded to. appreciate. We made no re marks whatever on the merits of the matter for the obvious reaso...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 15 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER, WEDNESDAY MOKNIiVG, MA-iCH 15, 1854. To Correnpouilcul* I KTTKKS eoneernins sa^riptio... advertislmr or oth of III. Intelligencer, should bo ad drIl?wli"coucerrn1lK <te^Jilori?l department of the pa perfshould be addressed lo the editors,'olully, ortoei. "coriMiwude'nts writing for publication, will please W"jf0l^rvawe"rtbe?abovel rules will greatly oblige us, ?,j icure more prompt attention to correspondents than they might otherwise some tiroes relieve. |i(turned.?We had She pleasure yesterday of greeting our friend Mr. Andrew Et.usos, of this city, who has been on a visit for some months lo Europe. He arrived on the steamer Atlantic. OittKAss Opera and IUllkt Thoupr.?Tiiis company laJ* full bouse at the.llelodeou on Monday night, and a!, (lid <d an infiuits deal of fun by their exciting comicali ties. To-night they give their last iierformance in this til? Fire-?\Ve learn that the dwelling house of the ptT. James Hkrvkv, pastor cf the Presbyterian etarcb,...

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. — 15 March 1854

? INT-ELIjIG-JGNOBR jgBU""-'!" BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. Tin undersigned take this occasion to remind thei r Mead* i wit] end the public generally, Uiat in coil. of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a fitted up (torc h, execution of all kh * ptAIJ?# D OBNAHEN1 Their materials being mostly new, test styles^br.Joli 'Vi>e, and then ii stock ?r >(inr, cards, inks, &c., being parch o*vest Cash'piices, and the Job Office beings i ?jrnneut/cai efullyand ?OkcienUyjg tee to their customer: NcntacM, Ac with wh Labels, *1" Him. Hum, * T'KitMjUBiiio, L? Bajik CnccKw, OfchtK Hook.. *?o*liSQfi? Lu Dkxm aosi-' lisisrs, An^v.:y^otberdcacriptionQfleUerpressPrluUng. Also ? COLOR* ANDRBONZS8. >m a distance promptly attended to. SVCKAR1NGEH, TAYiOK 6, CO. rsAu - Posters, Coxcorr-Bfcn*, Bali. Ticasrs, CiuxiotT Hum, >i Ai V ..KalLBoaO BllHl, Hotii, Haoimas, .;. SUMMONS, Elictm* Tickets, ?n1 f?dl ?ai ft*jhA ? Apollo Building, N. W. cor. 5th & Walnut, Cincinnati,. Ohio. Incorporated, 1848. ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
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