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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 25 January 1867

/ ^ht^Mdligmttx* FRIDAY XOBXINti. JAM. ?*. Facts Bkarixo ox Tins Citt Election.?It la u fact that Mayor Sweeney, contrary lo all the proprieties of his position aa the executive magistrate anil official head of the city, has been a leading contractor and jobber in the-patronage of the city. It is a fact that ho Ins made out, or caused to be mado out, from time to time, specifications for contracts which were not lived, up to and complied with by him as a successful bidder for those contracts. ; : ^ It is a fact that had the specifications for the twenty-inch water pipe been drawn so as to actually and completely correspond with tbe material furnished for the pipes, the cost of furnishing them to the city would have been materially reduced. It is fact that Mayor Sweeney after having sent into the Council lust February a message complaining iu very censorious terms of the "imperfect and unequal" returns made by citizens of their personal property. ?ud especially that their "honwebold ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 26 January 1867

VOL. XV. WHEjELING, WEST VA., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2G. 1867. - NO. 131 gitaimi. LTNDSEY'S IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER A-"D Medical Discovery, For the cure of DfM-HMM Arising from ?a Impire stale of the HIoimI. rflHB QUESTION PARAMOUNT TO ALL J othei* is. How can health he restored W ost? Aiwl how preserved in a perfect state? The possessor of untold wealth, without health. Is a miserable man; but the poorewt peasant. with toil for his daily portion, pon ewed with brawny arm and PTTRE BUOYANT BLOOD. pushing through every vein, Is bleroed, lnNo one can enjoy per feci health whilst the ' circulation Ls impeded and the blood thick To remove these la not only the aim of L.I IV I>SKY*S Improved Blood Searcher MEDICAL 1> I H 4' ? T ? K T , but when renovated to kkep it ho. That It 1b a com i'l.etk success In the curing of BIX)OD DIHJ2A,sks, nuiut-n?us certificates fully attest. We recommend It with confidence. It. E. HELLEllS ?Sfc CO.', 801.e Proprietors, Corner of W(*kI and Second ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 26 January 1867

- ? A. W. CAMPBULL. L. A. HAOAN8. JOHN FRKW. O. D. HALL. CAMPBELL, PHEW & CO. KDITORH AND PBOPHIKTOB8. IATCBDAT BOK5I1.W, JA?. Union City Ticket. XV TOR, CAPr. JOHN MtLl'RE, Jr. C APT. w. J. KOUB. CITT ICUOEA5T, KUWARD St. DAVI.H. TREAJll'BKB, KLIJIIK DiY. 8CPT. W AT KB WOBK.H, ALCXASIDEK KOKKMON. WHAKT MASTJCK, JU&EP1K FUK.SYTII. WTHKWT COM MISSION KK. COMKA O LESfllAirr. Union Nominations for Council. niurr WARD. /Vtf lirtweA-J.C. Tan Fomen. .StrcuriU Branch?Mathnw W. Miller, Uuleb Hylve*. TMoh. <*ray and U. J. buflleld. mucoid WAUL). Hrmrtrh?H M. Norton. .W/dJ Urixnch?George K. Oirtwright and TtMMuaa B. Bound. THIRD WABD. Pirtt ftran+h? Mam'1 I,nnghlln. Smtxnul Branch?I. H. WihiaruH, W. K.Hlmpfaoci, J oh a Frew, A. J. Harry. kOUKTII W1KI). Fir* Bratuih?J. A. Metcalf. Mccuiui Brunch?li. K. Hhiihoii, J. F. MclVrmot. a. U. MUTi-ns, Jacob MorrU ami Thoimui MoNee.ly. Firat Branch?Lot H. Joy. Hnxfiul Brcmeh?John F. Arbens, Mamuel P. HllUretb. J&l. liornbrook and Christia...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 26 January 1867

druggists. The Old Drug Store! Bushfleld, Wallace & Co., Successors to LAUUHLTNS ? BCSHFIELD, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. NO. 72 MAIN STREET, WHEELING. Drugs and Chemicals. A FtJLL. AND COMPLETE ASSORTment, guaranteed for purity and quality equal to the best In the market. Patent Medicines. All the popular proprietary articles of the day at manufacturers' lowest wholesale figures. x-ui-i. muuexy ol jp auuy soaps, i i a large and varied assortment from the j best makers la the country. White Leads and Paints Of tbe be^t brands and at lowest prices. We respectfully solicit a share of the patronage or ihe public, and shall use our nest exertions to rentier satisfaction to all who may favor us with a call. novU MONEY REFUNDED. alHE EVIDENCE AND EXPERIENCE of Physicians have proven beyond a : doubt tbat WORMS are the primary cause of one hail the Hlcknesa atuoDK children. A great want has therefore been felt for A. Vermifuge, which, while it waa CERTAIN TO DESTROY WORMN, was at the same tim...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 26 January 1867

- r katvhuav iomii.?i. i >\. aa. D. A. AJDL.ER & CO., At Rlielnatrom'n stand. No. HI Main #t, WHKKl.IXi. -vytholesale and bsxail dkajl-I MLJLIMERY GOOD-. UAL& L>mi?A>'D KMPRESS KID ULoVEa, FINE FURS, CLOAKS, SHAWLS, BALMORALS, WOOLEN GOODrf, etc. D. A. Adler, Wheeling. Koh.i, ADLEK A Koun, Philadelphia. J*nl7-ly-tu.thJfa?at Tub City Election.?We remarked yesterday that Mayor Sweeney relies with great confidence or? the foreign born voters of the city to help him out of his tight place at the election on next Monday, Aud this too notwith*'"""lnjj the lact that in 1&>5, and fhr out the eventful p.iriod of lngiam, he was a lender atuong thuet Irishman, or * Calbolic, into their council*. The question was ??^d ?' tlie door of tli<> room which the Mayor frequented, whether the applicant was n native born citizen. If be was not, that wu* snfflcient, He could not pasa the door. The mere accident of birth was fatal to him. And yet Mayor Sweeney, because those d...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 January 1867

^ VOL. XY. WHKELmcQvES'f^^^ _ " NO. 1*>. WEST VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE HOUSE OF DKLF.UATES. Wheeli.no, Jan. 2G, 1S67. Prayer by Rev. J. T. McLure, of th< United Presbyterian Church. Mr. Fleming from the Committee 01 Finance, reported a bill to provide foi the reassessment of all the real estau within the Slate. lie also, from the same committee, re ported adversely on the petition o Jaun-n <j. West, of Wetzel county, anc on the proposition to tax the earning; of the national banks, instead of theii capital stock. Mr. Smith, from the Committee 01 Counties. Ac.. reported a bill to altoi part of the division lines between th? counties of Mason and Jackson, and a bill permanently locating the county seat of Booue county. Mr. Caldwell, from the Committee on Roads, reported a bill makintr an ap propriation to rebuild a bridge ovei Greenbrier river between I-ewisburg and White Sulphur Springs. Mr. Fergwson rising to a privileged question, sent to the clerk's desk to be read, a copy of...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 January 1867

l VOL. XV. VA.,MO^^ NO. ];i-2 I WEST VIKtjJLNIA LEGISLATORS HOISE OF f> fiLEUATES. Wheeling, Jan. 26, 1867. Prayer by Kev. J. T. McLure, of th< United Presbyterian Church. Mr. Fleming from the Committee or Finance, reported a bill to provide l'oi the reassessment of all the real- estate within the State. He also, l'roni the same committee, reported adversely on the petition oi James G. West, of Wetzel county, and on the proposition to tax the earnings of the national banks, instead of theii capital stock. Mr. Smith, from the Committee on Counties, reported u bill to altei part of the division lines between the counties of Mason and Jackson, and a bill permanently locating the county seat of Booue county. Mr. Caldwell, ftom the Committee on Roads, reported h bill inakimr an appropriation to rebuild a bridge over Greenbrier river between Lewisburg and White Sulphur Springs. Mr. Ferguson rising to a privileged question, sent to the elerk's desk to be read, a copy of the Wheeling ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 January 1867

culiar language do wo mean to say the j ec strife and discord of other years shall | irj he stirred up, and one particular por- ^ th tion of the State, per adventure, will se- re cede, unless their peculiar hobbies are b? humored. We only ask a lair consid- w eration of this question, and that before re the vote on this all important issue is ol taken, that the claims of the different ol points be duly weighed. We only ask n< that you will curefully analyze the ar- to gumenU and consider the respective j bi propositions made before this body, and i to then trust to the general intelligence of . in this assembly. | to I desire to refer a moment to that i tl beautiful village of which orators have j w spoken and poets Lave sung. Although j la 1 have the kindest regard for the peo j u' pie of that town, and have passed i it many pleasant hours in it, and have j tl many pleasant recollections connected i h with it; although many of my soldier ' days were passed in that town on duty, ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 January 1867

jtrugfltetg.' The Old Drug Store! Bushfield, Wallace & Co., Successors lo LAUGH LIN 8 A BUHHFIELD, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. NO. 72 MAIN HTREET, VHEEUSO. Drugs and Chemicals. AFULT, AND COMPLETE ASSORTment, guaranteed for purity and quality equal to the best in the market. Pofonf TVTftHir*in<=?a All the popular proprietary articles of the day at manufacturers' lowest wholesale figures. Perfumery & Fancy Soaps. A large and varied assortment from the best tiiakera iu the country. # White Leads and Paints Of the be^t brands and at lowest prices. We respectfully solicit a share of the natronace of the public, and shall use our nest exertious to render satisfaction to all who ' may favor us with a call. . novJd MONEY REFUNDED. The evidence and experience of Physicians have proven beyond a doubt that WORMS are the primary cause of one half the sickness anioni; children. A great want has therefore Ix-en felt for -A- "Vermifuge, which, while it was CERTAIN TO DESTROY WORMS, was at the...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 January 1867

/iW " MONDAY MORNING. JAN. 2*. Preckpt and Example.?From the . Message which Mayor Sweeney sent into the City Council last February, we make the following extract: "In March last the Legislature pass- , ed a law giving to the city the power to tax pernonal property, "stock, bonds, notes, money, ?&c., for .'?er own benefit. Under the law au assessment was made which I believe to be very imperfect and unequal, and, in some respects, not in accordance with the law, and I earnestly protest agaiuat the use of it in any way as a basis for future assessments. The greatest care should be taken in the selection of the person to make tne return, and, as an additional security for fairness and equity in making the assessment, I recommend the appointment by Council of a supervising board to consist of two members or the first and three of the second . branch whose duty it shall he to carefully examine the said as- ] aessmeat and return as it progress**. Last year many credits of money, stoc...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 29 January 1867

VOL. XV. WHEELING, WEST VA.. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1867 NO. KJ3. gjRegjflU. "LTNTDSl^^'S IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER A5D Medical Discovery, For the core of OliiCAM^ Arisins from an Imnnro Stare of the Blood. rnHK QTEFTrON PARAMOUNT TO ALL J others Ik, How caa health be restored U o?l? And l:ow preserved in a perfect state? The possessor of untold wealth, without health, Js a miserable man; but the poorest paa&an;. with toll for bin daily portion, possessed with brawny arm and PURE BUOYAUT BLOOD. poshing through every vein, is Ue??ed, indeed. No one ran enjoy perfect health whilst the circulation is impeded and tuu blood ihick with imparities. To remove these is not only the aim of LlNJDSEY'aJ Improved Blood Searcher AM) MKDICAL DISt'OTEKT, but when tenovated to kkp it so. Thelitis a conrLHTi ? succrsa in th* curtnz of BLOOD DBEASES, numerous cert i fleares fully attest. We recommcnd ft with confidence. It. E. HKLLEK9 ?fc CO.. bOLK PROPRIETORS, Corner of Wood and Second Street...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 29 January 1867

A. W. CAMPWI.L. L. A. BAOA.XS. JOHN FREW. O. D. HALL. < CAKJBELL, PHEW & CO. KDXTOR8 AID PROPRIKTOB8. TI'KIDAY MOK5IXi. JA>- 29. Tb. I ntf r^il Ij?w. The bill allowing ten per cent, inter- ; est on special coj; tract for the ose of ms.nuv wiu defeated venlerdav in the 1 llou* of Delegates by a decided vote. We regard this as a misfortune to the beat interest of the State. It certainly in not statesmanship to drive capital i out of the State, instead of encouraging i it to corne in, to deprive the people of financial facilities instead of increasing th m. The Government pays 7-30 pei cent, for money, and th? amouut is not taxable by any State, county or corporation. Who then will lend money tor six per ewnt. and have it taxed to death in their bands? Very few persona indeed we should say.? Why do not our legislators see this very obvious fact ? Can they not perceive (bat our capital now is all going abroad or into government securities. The vote of yesterday will simply ten...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 29 January 1867

flraggfsts The Old Drug Store! Bushfield, Wallace & Co., Successors to LAUtiHLLNS A BUBHPFELJ>, f wnrosn.i? nT)nnnT<3T3 TT UUUUUI11JD JU11U UU1UJ.U. NO. 72 MAIN STREET, WHEELING. Drugs and Chemicals. A FULL AND COMPLETE ASRORTmenf, gnaranteed for parity and quality equal to the best in the market. Patent Medicines. All the popular proprietary articles of the day at manufacturers' lowest wholesale figures. Perfumery & Fancy Soaps. A large and varied assortment from the best makers in the country. White Leads and Paints Of the best brands and at lowest prices. "We respectfully solicit a share of the patronage or the public, and shall use our best exertion* to render .?;*ti>faction to all who may favor us with a call. novJ MONEY REFUNDED. The evidence and experience or Physicians have proven beyond a doubt that WORMS are the primary cause of one half the sick- j new anions; children. A great want has j therefore tx-en felt for ,A_ ~V" ermifnge, which, while it was CERT...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 29 January 1867

TILSDAT nORNI.\G. J.iyi.JS*. D. A. ADLER & CO., At RLela#?xoin'? utand, >"0. 141 Ma'.n it, WlI?XLI5(i. HOLES A LB A>'D RETAIL DEALMI^LINEP.Y GOOD4*. JjtiESri THIMMINO*. AUI * SUEiJ A-SXJ EMPRE*. KID ULs> V FINE FURS, CLOAKS, BHAWLS, HALMURALS. WOOLEN UOOLW, etc. d. jl. adlis, wheeling. Sou*, Aulik * KuH.t, Philadelphia. J?nl7-lj-ta.OiA*at Thk City ex-tcnos.?Out of an aggregate poll of 2,481 voles at the charter election one year ago. Mayor Sweeney received a majority of 515 over bia competitor. Thi* year, out of a poll of 2.421 votes?or 60 le?s th*n Ia*t year? he receive* but 101 majority, a falling otf of 324 vote*, tbu? allowing that not * few?bat m I*r*e number of Lhose who had hitherto supported him, refused to do so yesterday. We should think that under the circumstances, coo?id?ring the vote polled at both election*, he would not fevl immensely Mattered over the result. Last year the Mayor had 290 votes in bis own ward, while this time he falls down to 2fai. In th...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 30 January 1867

VOL. XV. WHEELiyG, \VEST VA., WEDyESDAY MORNING, JAyUARY SO 1867 - ?TOO m. . ggtaical. IltPHOVKD BLOOD SEARCHER A5D Medical Discovery, eor me care or OImmm Arbtlnc from- no Imparc ! State or tbe Blood, a Thr QrESTTo:* paramount to all orhprs 1*. Hrrw can health be restored W o?t. And now preserved In a perfect state? The prese^OT of untold wealth, without neairh, tea miserable man; but the poorest pea?m, with toff "tor his d ally portion, possessed with brawny arm and PURE BUOYANT BLOOD. S^hing through every vein, la blamed, lnxo ouo cud,enjoy perfect health whlLsl. ttje ?rcuiauon !? impe?i?j ana uie oiooa tmci with iraporltie^ To remove the^e is not only the a;m of ! xJrSr DREY'S Improved Blood Searcher AND MEDICAL DIHCOTERT, bat when renovated to ttxp it so. Thntltla ' * ??*fi rm*, srcc-Eaa in the mrinjr of BLOOD ! EASES? numt n n**?r*1flratf* fnlly attest, j ?V e recouimtad 11 with eoufldence. ?. jK- HKLLEIW <ffc CO., j Sot* Proprietors, Oorner of Wood ?uid Second Streets, <...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 30 January 1867

SiwfntfWigmtr. a. w. camphll. l. a. haoa58. johx ruavr. a. d. hall. CAMPBELL, PHEW & CO. EDITORS A WD PROPRIETOR**. WEDNESDAY VOH.<VI.NGt JA3u3(X^ KJU.IOIOUS DKBPOTI.S.M I* AMRKJCA.? The Father Matthew T? ruperanceaocL ety of Jersey City, engaged the Rev. Dr. Braun, of Fort Lee, to lecture before them on Wednewlay evening, and it waa announced that bis subject would be the American idea." Some two thousand tickets had been uold for the lecture, when Bishop Bayley positively Interdicted the lecture, and it waa not given. The parties are all Roman Catholics, and the Father Matthew society has held a warm indignation meeting on the subject, but none of them seem to think of the possibility of setting at defiance the arbitrary and intolerant edict of the liittbop. Whether he silenced the lecturer because of his dislike of " the American idea/' or lor some other reason, he does not state. But it is clear that he does not comprehend the American idea and does uot uduiit that thia i...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 30 January 1867

5 rug gists. The Old Drug Store! Bnshfleld, Wallace & Co., SuccesHors to 1APGIILIN8 <Jt BUailFIELD, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. NO. ?2 MAIN STREET, WHEELING. Drugs and Chemicals. AFT7T.T.. A?TD COMPr.KTE ASSORTment, guaranteed for parity and quality equal to the beet In the market. Patent Medicines. All the popular proprietary article* of the day at manufacturer*' lowest wholesale figures. Perfumery & Fancy Soaps. A large and varied assortment from the best makers in the country* White Leads and Paints Of the be?t brands and at lowest prices. We respectfully solicit a share of the patronage or the public, and sbsll use our best exertions to render satisfaction to all who may tavor as with a cjiII. uovul MONEY REFUNDED. The evidence and experience of Physicians Lave proven beyond a doubt that WORMS are the primary cause of one hall the slcknsw among children. A great want has therefore been felt for .A. "Verrtiiftig?, which, while It wan CERTAIN TO DESTROY WORMS, wan at the same ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 30 January 1867

HhtSnidli^taux, wednesday mor.m.\g, j as. so. fcirakkr 1:*lluoai>.?We call attention to the meeting of the Stockholders of the Street Railroad Company, today, at the Council Chamber. See advertisement. O. D. Downky,' U. 8. Assessor for the 2d Congressional District, in this State, was rejected by the U. S. Senate at its executive session on Saturday last. Strike.?The flint glass blowers of Pittsburg and Birmingham arej oil a strike, sod thej notify the blowers of this city not to come op there for work. Be? advertisement. Ths Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad pays an annual premium of 3100 to that engineer who runs a locowo- j tive the greatest number of miles with the least expense. John Grafton, with engine No. 17, won tb* prize this year. Tkb Wellsvilie Union says that the employees of the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Kailrosd, at that pluce, have established a reading room for themselves at ibe depot, where they keep all the leading dailies, magazines, Ac. Sensible and praisewort...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 31 January 1867

VOL- XV. ~ WHEELING, WEST VA., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY SI, "1867. m.l&l SBrflital. LIIsnD SEY'S IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER AJTD Medical Discovery, For the cure of uiwiiMH, ArHins ironi an Impare Stale of the Blood. rpHE QUESTION PARAMOUNT TO ALL J_ others Is, How can health be restored W ost? And how preserved in a perfect state? The possessor of untold wealth, without health, is a miserable man; but the poorest peasant, with toll for his dally portion, possessed with brawny arm and PURE BUOYANT BLOOD. ?eed'D* through every vein, Is blessed, lnNo one can enjoy perfect health whilst the circulation Ls Impeded and the blood thick with impurities. To remove these Ls not only the aim of LIND8EY'8 Improved Blood Searcher and MEDH'AI, niSCOTERT, but when renovated to keep it so. That It is a COMPLETE SUCCESS in the curing of BLOOD DISEASES, numerous certificates fully attest. We recommend It with confidence. R. E. & CO.. Sole Proprietors, Corner of Wood and Second Streets, PITTSBUR...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 31 January 1867

/ / WatlnitUx^mtv, A. W. CAXPBRLL. L. A. BAOA5S. JOIJJ* FHBW. a. D. HALU CAMPBELL, PHEW & CO. KD1TOR9 AND PROPHIKTOR>. thi rsdav wokt'XC. J Tbe State jUilruud. Tbe bill now bei??re the Legislature in regard to the claim of the S tate agaiuat the Baltimore and Uliio road for arrears of taxes, is substantially, as we andursUod it, the same bill that was defeated in the closing hours of the last session. It proposes, as that one did, to compromise the indebtedness of the road to the State, and the respective counties, for $25,000, and in the future to pay a tax of one mill per ""1? lor each passenger. We understand that the railroad company estiinute that their proposition would k*vw to State hereafter au average revenue of about 920,000 a year, which would, as any one can readily see, be but a mere fraction of what would otherwise be claimed The com puny are now held liable for not less than $200,000 of back taxes, vrbicb have accrued since the formation of the State of Went Vi...

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