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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 22 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER PENDLETON & TAYLOR, Editors. Paklbknl at N*. 91, Wain Street, iCTWcza aoxtoi mo odiuct ruri, sv SWEAHINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. rKBJII DAI r SjHRXTC. 83 OO (Or to Cents per Week.) TRI WEEKLY, perumtm, - - 83 OO WEEKLY, per annum (1 ?? -=W H EE LI NG.VA r ' r ? r MARCH 22. ISM. ? To tlw present reigning Temperance Party ??- - ? "" of Wheeling: "tTSeie ire times and occasions * hen sll pod tanvandmen who regard the rights of tl?Mr neigh bors, are boand "to giro expression to tbeir opin ions plainly end d:reclly. Owing to impertinent interference of people fnxn other 8UUS, the citi zens of Virginia have been much aroused to the subject of nrgio slavery within the last few years, and have come to s unaatmoasopinion, that this propCTtyVaudinatitoton shall be sustained, and strangers sh->ll not be allowed to interfere. I say unanimous, because there is not a county in the Sute^cmthe floor of the Assembly, which is not opposed to everything like Abolitionism sod Free ...

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. — 22 March 1854

the INTELLIGENCER. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAKCH 22, 1854. T* t'orrenpouilenw. LETTERS concerning su script ion. advertisincor oth ?r financial business or the Intelligencer, should be ad Sirtxed to the Proprietors. letters concerning the editorial department of the pa per, *boaM be addressed to the editors, jointly, or to ei t^r ore of them. Correspondents writing for publication, will please ?rile nnl; "" one side or I lie pmjier. taobttrtalire of the above rules will greatly oblige us, ..j secure more prompt atiention to coriespondents taTa ther might otherwise some times recleve. Si*ato* Chase, of Ohio, was at the Sprigg House on Sunday en route for home. A Good Dsat Horsk is u anted at the La Btixt Iron Works, for which a good pries will be paid. Tin Thomas Swank arrved 'ast night at 10 o'clock, bringing about 530 ton* of freight. She started from Cincinnati with 1?5 pass, ngers. Be twten Louisville and Cincinnati she passed the Dttid White under way. She leaves this even i?? t DuTU...

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. — 22 March 1854

INTELLIGENCER ^ u u K Tn * ""?leraijfei^ieltJ^&^oiftfiremlnd their Meida <"d the I'ttbttc CTi*r?tlT.-rh?rtn.coiiaftlinn wlthttenofflce. ==?rt1? nifly teteBSS v' fined iigyKSHi ?i PkotuiI. ?8bW?il^: _ thlMitnt^('ii ..?? ^BstVro* ^cjtesl ! "tin*"' *ut. .? 7 ...TJ'J-! i'?> ?* has .'u .t>^ ?.ivirfc. 1.4' ISnf -9? iM .TWMOJT -ill K-.d?; fraea>tf?" a! ??i VT?*> (W'i -?,f t*W .*w -; *?.' < ,r 'u Apollo Building, N. W. cor. 5th & Walnut, OtNC-NNATI, OllIO. '?' Incorporated, 1848. "JtrfE-ittentfori 01" liieii ? hilt 4^respectfully called to the "' J stn?eiior rarfUtlesaffiidedatihia Institution, for qua HittiWimli ,-fdualsin a the* ough. practical manner for th Ctjuiitltijf^opuiaiid business pursuits. '^'li{ifat?thn?littk-kct?ing; +y Double Entry.rr A complete ?nraiiRdiVctV{i i se bl Instruction is given in the art or keep -'iti?EscteiiiiflcaUj> noube Entry Books in Uie different de flV^W^U or trade, cumuie ceaud niauu'actures, compre mo ,t eminent qsta blish j a...

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. — 23 March 1854

VOLUME 2. WHEELING. VA., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1854. fljc ttJIjeclmg ^Intelligencer, IS PUBLISHED DAILY, TRIWEEKLY and weekly, by SWBARINGBN, TAYLOR & CO. ?' '? TAYL01. J. H. rKKOLKTOM. 10. PENDLETON, | p'nTTOR^ I 'jjjVER I. TAYLOR,! EDITORS. | jyicfi?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcrroe ^ Quincy. TEB9I8. i -per annum ........$5,00 1 or 10 cents per week I .feeklfi perannum. .....3,00 !',? " ? *??? bates op advertising. g% UNUEKS1GNKD. publishers or newspapers in ?nol Wheeling, iu view of ibe increased price or pa llor aud other expenses, rendering tbefr expenses inner Ban heretofore, do agree to charge the follow ?*cs for advertising, aud in no case whatever to %gssthan the rates below; ten Hues or less or non aconstituting a square: "wooc square 1 iuseition, ? ,7o r .? ?? 2 ?? 1,00 . M <? 3 ?? : 1,25 , * ?? 1 week 2.00 2 " 3,H) ? ?? ?? ; mouth 5,00 ? m ?? 2 " 6,75 . m ? 3 ?? 8,00 6 44 1 -\?0 -a ?? 12 ?? 15,00 tTPor advertisements or greater length, and less than jifac...

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. — 23 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER. PENDLETON & TAYLOR, Editors. Published at N?. BETVRN MONROE AND QCINCY 3TRFET8, BT SWEARINGEN, TAYLORffic Cof TKU5I8.-UA1LY, per iuinunC - - - - 85 OO (Or 10 Centsper Week.) TRI WEEKLY, per annum, ? ? S3 OO WEEKLY, per annum, .... Si OO Trrv a ' THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 23. 1864. - ?. . > .? .????-?: "; XTTiie Editor or the Gazette assumes that "Via cixia*," the author of a communication against abolitionism and Abolitionisla, in Tuesday* aIutel tyfgficer, iji a person well known rtohipa. that he baa rcoupied a prominent position as one who has "endeavored to rule a great and free people with a rod of iron," &c. Never waa that astute editor*a sagacity more at fault. "ViaomiaN" is not-an office tfOlJcr, ntvtr has been an office holder, or an as^i^n^jorjany office'in this community, or any otber~commu'nity, that we are aware of, and kridv's nothing more about the editor of the Ga zette than is revealed in his paper, and cares noth ing uioie afaut him than ...

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. — 23 March 1854

rpjjD INT E LLTG- E $ CE H.. ?^iSTv MORNING, MARCH 23, ISM. ?- " To C'orrc?poM?lcni?. t kTTF.RS concerning su scriptioh. advertising or olh fcaocial biisi'iess ofllio Intelligencer, should be ad- i e'"?' ?to iite Proprietors. ?liter* concerning the editorial department or the pa pftboutf be addressed to the editors, jointly, or to el. | ""gXSKu writing for publication, -will please j ST' OIjr on one *ide of i lie paper. inobservance or the above rules will greatly oblige us, ,j secure more prompt attention to coriespondeuts j than tbey might otherwise some times reclcve. The sew Room for the Pest Office is neatly j 0inplete<l, anil a beautiful and spacious room it ^ Tbe Post Office will be removed about the fcjt of April. ^ . AFi?'ntlie wholesale and retail Dry Goods fjreof Messrs. Moses & Wait, of Zanesville, on $i!orday. destroyed most of its cont&nts. Loss RtfiO to 8,000. Insurance S6,000. jcire.?'The new ferryboat Two Brother5, bcund Pittsburg to New Orleans, sprung a...

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. — 23 March 1854

PTTEUiIGEITCER .. . BOOK AND JO B OF FIOE. Tub undc rsigned take this occasion to remind their friends and the public laterally, that in connection-with the office of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up for>be execution or all kinds or HI.AI.-V AJlnOBJIAittEJITAI, PCIXTING. stock ?f piper, card*, inks. Ac., being purchased at the o^cst Cash pi ices, and the Job Office being a distinct ?le ~arxmout, caiefully and efficiently m*naged, they can guaran tee to their c*lomer? entiie-eatUCwctton, as regards the Neatneu, Accare^ '??~ with which their work \ They axe p. epared to execute SMm i ? L&iels, . Concert Bills, Bill Hum, ' - Ball Ticketb, Bills Laoino, Steamboat BttM, Bank Chkcxw, . Auction Bills, _ Orukh Books* DratTickets, dSb&B Jrft S KKa?Bi>mn$> Receipts Hotel Registers, Scxxox., ??? ??il' Baicrs, Election Tickets, And every other description or teUer*preas Printing. Also ?!1 kinds or work in ' COLORS AITDBBONZBS. EJ-AU orders fro...

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. — 24 March 1854

WHEELING. ^A., Fill DAT MORNING . -HOt uu*j vA*r dv; T-?. MftWlft '?Mi Mi/-Iis-fcOJJ-I>iK>w-^;??-rnct ' ??*> lotixM.oe^sd^.ibriSf "Jtas-i?T*aw -in .otkM* r*! 0^. ;1> ! t V '-.- :**J M?P.l ^??W >f. .I...- T ,. a MAUCii 24^ 1854 (W? ?? war. vr?t$fo trif lo ? 'OtfiJ'itl V fl # y*J tot; VOLUME 2. ?W" *Mrut8rr n-& vet a *r; ? vt 8 : 1 ?'iTJ * ?.??? I v II i l .8KOITOH JAIO!!^? v a*r*?? : if r i 0* I .11 tla limtn t?T ii{| ?nT t iltrw Ho ?il?lid uj *\g? t?v?J >lA '.ri ll '.aaoyiaaiijaTKi-a itr hitl i - ? a tj.ai v unsi NXMKERil^S IS PUBLISHED duly, TRIWEEKLY and weekly, by SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. K , JIVCIKISCKX. O. I TAYLOR. J. II. PKKDMCTOX. J H. PENDLETON, I EDITORS OLIVER I. TAYLOR,1 OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcnoe ind Quincy. TERMH. y^iiy, per annum ?5,00 or 10 cents per week Tri \Vc?kly. per annum. 3,00 Wee* " ? ??? BATES OF ADVEUT1MIKG. TflK USUKRSlGNED, nublisliers or newspapers in ibeaty of Wheeling, in view of the increased price of pa ir la...

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. — 24 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER. PENDLETON * TAYLOR, Editors. ItTVUX MOKKOS AMD QUISCr STaiKTS, IT SWEARING-EN, TAYLOR & OO. T8R91S DAILY. Mr annum. . .... 0* 0O (Or 10 Carta J>ir WmL) TRI-WEBKLY, per annum, . . S3 ?? WEEKLY, per annum I1M WHEELING, VA:? yjllDAY MORNING/MARCH 24. 1854. For tha IntcUicancer. In bia paper of Wednesday, Wharton intimated . his deaire to drop the subject which has so much agitated this community for some days, saying in lather a boasting way, he could weU afford it?and irttb ? taunt adding, that he thought h:a opponents ought to do it. When reading this article we felt its force?we felt, and that with sorrow, that as the meeting of Saturday night was to every ap pearance, ? tnumph to the abolitionists, he could well afford to boast of ^is success, and <0 twil the friends of Virginia, her institutions and her laws, widi this defeat, though it was accomplished by uproar and violence. Still, we were inclined to let the matter drop, as we lore repose mare than ...

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. — 24 March 1854

THE INT ELLIGrE iVCE R. Fill DAY MORNING, MATiCH 24, 1854. ?" " To C'orrMpoadeniK. . ktTBRSconcerning ?u scription, advertlsf n* or olh ?.anci*l bitfi??es? of the Intelligencer, should be ad to the Proprietors.. concerning the editorial department or the pa pi^tlXKiM tx addiessed to the editor*, jointly, or to ei "cLmMOdeaU writing for publication, will please ?riie only 0U oneside of lite paper. AiOMtmiire oftheabove rules will greatly oblige us, .ok sreare more prompt attention to coriespondeuts tun they might otherwise some times rectrve. Oo* Gu?s Citizens held a large meeting at He City Hall las' night. We are not fully posted u to their proceedings, but understand that like gooJ and loyal citizens, they were do.\ n on Abo lilinUm. We Lcaax from the clerk of the steamer Courier tuton her last trip up she came in collision with pjitjof a large raft supposed to have been sepeia ted by the wreck of the steamer Fanny Fern. No peuoa *?s discovered on any portions of the raft. We reco...

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. — 24 March 1854

INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. Tat undersignedtalmtMaroccaslhtt td^mih&Uielrfiriends and the public generally, that in connection with the office of the Daily IntsUJgonccr. they have a Job Office expresaly luted op for fee execution or all-Idnde of FLAW A\DOB.\AME\TAL PRINTING. Their materials being mostly new, and embracingtbe la test styles oT Job ?ype. and tneir forge and weU selected atock of paper, tarda, inks, Ac., being purchased at the OH.es t Gash pi ices, and the Job Office being a distinct de ?anroent, cai efully and efficienUy managed, they canguaran tee to tbeir customers entiie satisfaction, as regards the XentncNd, Acenrncy and PromptnrM, witT which Ibetr work will be dan. They are piepsred to execute ' ClKW, Gikcduu, Iaius, Hill Hues, Kills L&diho, Hm* Ckkcx?, llCCXM Bmrw PioTtni, Hitin, - And eve-y other description of letter-pros Printing. Aisn - all kinds or work in COLORS ANDBRONZB8. CVAU orders (rams distance promptly attended to. SWBAR1HCB5, TAYIOK ...

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. — 25 March 1854

a lo/afluya T/.iain mttoa luO?,rr?*S am nr> r*cjtxal otiajqeoytt* tad iiwimI J?3 lmtU ttomom fgjCB ail fttcitrp-t nil ?t)i5c flul oil affpm n. jt. - of ,*<<.? *1 wjolnttrvveO ***W 'ifli * *A tttiitfiflti'WMj ?JI Jtir *? I! 4a^*j*rail tidL 1'Hloir^T aij^ai OK2T3HM SRAM ttiMHHO lo r'i V"1'1o ** S"I,rKn *J"*3 *? X?fc?.t04Ttt0 jd? ?U t>i*4 ?** pubxi Manifoa ?U? kiJBw1 T???<?o ??, .-?1 ?!?*? *o o?of?!?ir>J ClJ^F.loitewlW lojgLpiil r.na ,tc uaujiw ?H ?WoarfaA -N3 I )? * aLtttj ? fjrn'P* 09AK :4i VOLUME ?l)c ttJIjecling Intelligencer, IS PUBLISHED duly. TRIWEEKLY and wkkkly, by SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. K a SWCAKIVOBX- O. I TAYLOR. J. B. PKXDLXTON. t H. PENDLETON, | FDITOR^ OLIVER I. TAYLOR.j ED1T0HS. OFFICE-?-No. 21, Water Street, between Mcr.ioe and Quincy. TUBUS. Ofiij,per annum.... ??ffiiO" or 10 ceuts per week Tlj.WMkljr, peramiam. .. 3.00 .1,00 wt?ar RATE* OF ADVERTISING. THR UNliBRSlCNED, publishers or newspapers in tJdtrof Wheeling, in view of the increased pri...

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. — 25 March 1854

THE INTELLIGENCER PENDLETON A TAYLOR, Bditors. rfftibb?i at nr?. tVatvi* Ulrcclt ICTWKKN mom SWEARINC ?WHEELING. YAs? ~ SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 25. 1864. p3S"clatH?" ? dint at the Vtrgtoia X?!ti?U;dre by the Pmny Poil, a li:le concern which his recently made its: appeatance at Richmond, and which Vents a little personal spite by lampooning some of Use members. balfCt^tke ed tor of the Times publish an echo ofi liis Abolition sentiments, if be can find such abom inations in tbe Richmond papers. Let him do it, we say, if he can. But if be docs not find that ~ echo in Richmond, or elsewhere in Virginia, he i will find it in tbe Abolition papers of Ohio and Pennsylvania, which now flin.: up their cam in . exultation, and cry. lira vol for Wharton, wel-' comc into oar ranks! These Abolition eulogies are {oo'gifandilbquent and too well deserved not to be laid bcRtie our citizens, and if the Times does :jsot transfer tl.em to his columns, we think we ought out of inerc justice to our disti...

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. — 25 March 1854

-^^TmORNING, MAltCH 25, 1854. 'fo CorrenpoBJcnl*. ?oc fnm*?nii if *u~aci Iptlon. vertUin* or oth ofthe lulclltsencer, ?houlJ be .U "mM"! ^rmrter'iiln *'t tw "edi t o ri at department of tin w be addressed to the editor., jointly. or to el. {& U ?I'_yrc,-. writing for publication, will pte.?e ?{?, ^HUyUr obliE" more prompt attention to conespoudenU *Sfn &-** ?"1<!rwl*e ?on>e tlroe* r^cltvy. ' Wis"?-;ve invite attention to tie advst tiseme.it headed 'Wanted' in another column. Tint P*!?o?i?ic Vikws of the City of New York will be exhibited fur Hie last time, to night at the Melodeon. Tiie Steame* BalVimokb left last night for LouisTi le nilh about three hundred tons of f.ejg|,t and a large number of passengers. \Vk are under renewed obligations lo tlie Hon. / Kidivell. of Va., and the lion. C. T. Jainer. of Rhode Island, for public docunitnts. Jio Authentic account of the condition of the mate or the steamer Thomas Swann, wbo was stabbed at our wharf o.: Wednesday ht, |,...

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. — 25 March 1854

CINCINNATI INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. Tux undersigned take this occasion to remind their frieuds ?iid the public generally, that In connection with the office of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up for be execution of all kinds of I'l-AIN ANOOBNAMBNTAI. PBINTIHfl. Their materials being mostly new, and embracing tte Is test styles of Job 'ype, and the* r large and well select*} stock of paper, cards, inks, dec.; being purchased at the oweat Cash pi ices, sad the Job Ottct being*distinct ?W -ariment, caierully and efficiently managed, they can guaran *ee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards Iw" iScntuoiii, Accuracy nud Promptness, with which their work will be done. f They ate piepaiod to execute Cards, Pptoottamatf, Ciscclars, Posts*v." Labels, Coxcxrt Bills, Bill Hcaot. Ball Tickiti, Kills Ladixu, St*amboat Kit.^s, Haxk Cnsciu, Auction Bills, O r i?c* Cooks, Drat Ticxiti, XoTks . Pastsnr Books, l'Ecua Kailkoxd Blanks, . Ki-cstrrs...

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. — 27 March 1854

ft in iuos pfafffljj 4 "> 5*J ,r3 BORAK ,D .?3C ??*iW .sTviaTOaarraavaA waw uuobJuO daDiBe*iox?3^tiefliduH .3S?oitoh j:Aioa^e 1U .M KM-I.ira )']K.JUJ| :?ort<i?l .?tf. "jUiH beatfntoU ?dT" uo v?n?r?(q tnrff *cl!iV.' ,<| .Vl Tt i "MtB beMatxtoa ?BT" i .plseq lo eri?i3? till "la >to 1c nuiiorreunoi *di :iifl a.li V t<lM ? ,t jdr?oHo} rdT 4r C'J 'III'.Iti-t?-v5I %cuoU ft.1* 7M ? >* o!?i:3?. siij -.rtoVjtj .'/om Da:.* bfji ?d*d J( -iij i':. HaQTO^IJjaT/I^Nl .?ion&a HO.IYAT a vtoTa.ranaq ,lk is kiiMMrt no?t *JJ?t a? WIKAaWfc WHEELING. VA.. MQNDAT MORNING. 1854. : a v ;oK?aaft ^ c boa , VOLUME 2. IS PUBLISHED D\ILV, triweekly and weekly, by SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. g J. sn-KARl!COM. O. X. TAYLOR. J. n. PENDLtTOS. J H. PENDLETON, / OLIVER I. TAYLOR,| ^tors. OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcnoe and Quincy. TK It .11 St. 0iily, per annum '...$5,00 or 10 cents per week jri-Weekly. perannum. (..3,00 Weekly " 'i00 ratem of advertising. THK L'SuKHSKINKD, publishers...

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. — 27 March 1854

THIi LVTKLLIGENCER. PENDLETON & TAYLOR, Editors. Published at No. 'il, Water Mlreci* betwkkn monrob' and quimoy iTum, ?* SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. rRBillM.?DAILY, per annum. ?5 OO <Or 10 Cents per Week.) TRt.WEEKl.Vi per annum, - . 83 OO WEEKLY, per annum, .... ?1 OO -WHEELING, VA:? MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 27. 1854. Temperance Question. We had intended to devote a few essays to tlie consideration of the Temperance Question as agi tating our city, by endeavoring to ascertain what ? aie the rights of the respective parties under the present state of afiYirs, but our absence last week at Ciicuit Court, and a similar absence during the coming week, will render it necessary to delay them until our return. Extra Session. Since the adjournment of the Legislature thtre is but little State interest calculated to arresi the at tention of our readers. Tne Legislature adjourn ed after a session of ninety days without comple ting one half of the business ou its table, hav ing spent far t...

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. — 27 March 1854

THE I:\TELLIGBNGER PENDLETON & TAYLOR, Editors. Published at' N?. *il, Wnirr mrcft, ICTVKKN MOMUt A HO QUINCY STStETS, ?T SWEARINGEN, TAYLOR & CO. rKB,lIN??DAILY, per annum, ? - - . . ?5 OO (Or 10Cents per Week.) TRr.WEEKLY*, per annum, - - g3 OO WEEKLY, per annum, - ? - - g t OO ?\V HEKLLNG, VA:? MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 27. 1854. Temperance Question. We bad intended to devote a few essays to tlie consideration of the Temperance Question as agi tating our city, by endeavoring to ascertain what aie the rights of the respective parties under the present state of aff.tirs, but our absence last week at Ciicuit Court, and a similar absence during the cominf week, wiil render it necessary to delay tbcm uutil our return. Extra Session. Since the adjournment of the Legislature there is but little State interest calculated to airest the- at* tenlion of our readers. Ttie Legislature adjourn ed after a session of ninety days without comple ting one half of thebusin<ss on its table, ha...

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. — 27 March 1854

THE I $T iVCE R. " jiovdaY MORNING, MA tCH 27, 1854. ? To ('orrr?poudcui?. ?rKK^concemm? su scriptfon. ad vertisin-or of h ?ilncislbufiiiesw of the Intelligencer, should be ad er proprietors. Jr.rtM?.*coiiceiiiiHStbe editorial department or the pa "bnuld be addressed to the editors, jointly, or to ei (j;rro-oT^s wr|tf?g for publication, will please ??J?n?r <*? o"' *i,,e of Ibe ?>a?>er . nh?ervaurc of the above rules will greatly oblige us, 'uie more pr..mpt attention to conespondents ;?u thcy might otherwise roroe lime, rccleve. ? '"^VoaKMF.N have commenced the grading on the HeinpfieU road within the Ifmits of Washington. Cold.?The weather on Saturday and yester day was as cold and iloruiy a.? mid-winter. \ttosa the arrivals at our wharf, yesterday, we noticed the Falls City, Virginia, Irene, Forest City, Pan Convers, La Belle, Fort Pitt, Buckeye State and others. /] Fatal Accident.?We learn that a young lady ntincd Melvioa Blair, daughter of Mr. Elilllnir, of Hcgan's Mill...

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. — 27 March 1854

THE INTBLLI6E.VCER. "'^iniOIlN 1NG, MA (CH 27, 1854. ? 'I'o Corrmpoudcuu. l>ttKK<; concerning su scription. advertisin- oroili er-1 JJfness or the intelligencer, should be ad er i r.i fbe Proprietors. J,,"^.,*coiiceuiin;llieedilorisl depsrtment or the p? be addressed to tlie editors, joiulljr, or lo ci. ,,]'rZ^^oiljc!'is writing for publication, will plesse i?.?nlVonone>!.!( ortlie pmper. -wrvanre of tlie above rules <vlll greatly oblige us, ?erure more prompt attention to eorieapoiideiits |?n tiicy mig)it otherwise some times relieve. ' ^YVoitKJtF.x have commenced the grading on the HempfieU road within the limits of Washington. ^-0I U The weather on Saturday and yester day was us cold and ttoruiy as mid-winter. ( 4mo.*o the arrivals at our wharf, yesttrday, we noticed the Falls City. Virginia, Irene. Forest City, l),n Convers, La Belle, Fort Pitl, Buckeye State, and others. s\ Fatal .Accident.?We learn that a young lady named Melvina Blair, daughter of Mr. Eli Blair, o...

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