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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 January 1860

IPiailoJIfortes. A. H. GALE & CO. Take pleasure In inviting the attention I->f Artists, Amateurs, am! the Pnblie generally. to their NEW SOALK PI ANO FORTE, j?f=t Introduced. The growing desire for a Square Piano Porto that shali ap proach the Umnd in volume of sound, and, nl the same timet avoid the ungainly H|)|?c.imico of that three-cot^ nered instrument^ directed our energies te then^tdue tlonof such a desideratum. Our toil if re*var?lI'd aud we submit tho result without fear of competition. Our Pianos are nil ?u?r.i?t?sl to jjivu entire sat isfaction. whetherordexvd fn?ni us director s?dd by any of our agent* throughout tlio country: and w? licit a continuance of that pat rename which we Iwv# enjoyed tor tlio last twenty-five years. A. II. iJALB .* CO. Je29, '59?ly 107 Ka-t Twelfth ?t. N. V. J~nst Received., PER. EXPRESS* ANOTHER LOT OF RICH TRIMMED CLOTH CLOAKS and RAO LANS, of the very finest qualities and latest styles, which will be sold at very tow price*. Cloaks wh...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 January 1860

N I MBER VOLUME 8 WHEELING,VA.,THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 18(50 \-2l: PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLICSXC'ER BriLDIXCS, K. rnrner of Quiiicy ami M?in-SLt. T K RMS: D aly-C y mail. payabk in ndran?v.).w $5.00 Bv tl?e \Y* ' ift CjfctyaMe t9_theC.irri'*r?. lO Tri-Weekly, (per year,puyable in advance,) 3.00 Hc-? Advertising done en reasonable teruw. All ?? I verti-omenta from a distance, or from transient clt\* custuw**#, mu-.t be paid ?n advance. ? TI NSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? ix i it e ? INCORPORATED 1*U ? CHARTER PERPETUAL. jG.i^-Caali Capital $l.C00.mti. absolute and unimpaired. ?v|T.i .I ar;:hu ?> o>' ?54*1,337 Hi. A ??ii the p;;c-U^oof SS yc:irs ,ucc?;-* and experience. AcfietR. January J9 1858. Cosh in hand .t Deposites in iiartf dBa]iks.$34S.123 C9 Cash in transit uii i A-zcnie*hand4 1GG>72 05 Mon-ydno the Co.. tc-cured by Mortgage.... 5.41$ 04 Ileal i-.'statc unincumbered 47.'i?3 42 Bills Receivable 35.177 IS *?< \::Kr.r v...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 January 1860

CAMPBELL & M'BERMOT, r.lMTORS ASH PBOPStETOKS. ln ,'r WN*-10 *si;. n,ULr. by niAlt, in a.lv.nr^, " T*i-\Vkk*lt. 1?y jnfcil, *? y f fTTT^tir mnU. IihuItmk^ \V H E K L I.N G: Thursday Morning, J an. 12^1860^ ?fithue is one man tliot they can ,|cj,J,cr drive out of the county of Madison, nor yet keep from speaking tn the Capital of ( Kentucky, iT tliey can expel thirty-six or i his neighbors?autUhut man is tlie gallant Cash Clay?the man who has done more \ for the cause of free speech and a free press in the South, than all other men j combined. Our telegraphic advices of his j speech at Frankfort, the Capital, arc quite j full and interesting, and show how gal- , lantiy and courteously ho bore himself, j albeit he. was hut one man against a mil- ? lion, as he said. A noticeable little iuci- . ?lent must have been that alluded to in the j despatch, where it states that persons j with the greatest alacrity, brought candles, j Jtr.( to asfist the progress of the meeting, j It speaks ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 January 1860

largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "<i* Thursday Morning, Jan. 12, 1860. j'^VKLOPEsl ENVELOPWS:j?w? ?"j li?v just recelrnl ? Hue kit cf ??^.rn qnality cn tlI.vrliicJi will b# lit tin1 Ik'-jt htvle, fUeip- CAMI'IIKI.1,4 M'MiRMOT, g-^-Cirv Election.?Candidates will plc-ase remember, that we invariably charge S-' I'ur all announcements for the city olli cc-- -tu If paid fur in ntirunec. notice" MILITABYr j-TJiK MEMHERS OF TIIB NEW MILITARY # M Coiiipauj an* requested to meet in the Un?ii<l?i M Jury room at the Court House, this evening hi hf H 7 o'clock. for the |)ur|Ni.<? of organizing. All ft e-iriiestly reqnested to attend. jaul'J-lt Wekklv will be ready to-day al 11 A. M. ??"*Tiie Ri v hq.?The icc had almost gone oat of the river, yesterday, aud the 6 team era were waiting to drop into their tides on the regular days. From present indications no farther obstructions to navigation need be expected this winter. The Fairy Queen will leave for Ports mouth oi...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 January 1860

J?ia;iio Fortes. A. M. GALE Sz, CO. i Take p!#??.?*nrr in inritihgth* attention Artist#, Amateur*. find the Public rl B Jtt fTIl^nerally. to their N EW SCALE PI U ? 11 \J *1.4X0 FORTE. just introduced. The growing desire fora Square PianoForte that phall ap proach the Grand in volume of Aiuniand. nt the sam* time, avoid the unjr-iinly appearance of that thrve-cor nered instrument, ?lirceiel our energies t.? theptviduc tion of hticJi a drsidrralwn. Onr toil Ib iwnrdbi and yre subra i t the ro?ult witlMit fe.tr of competition. VK^Oiir Pianos are ?11 guaranteed to giyp ontiresiit isfaction, whether ordered from tiV direct or ?old by Sttv of our agent* tlir mcb uut the Motilrr and licita,outiuU nice Qf tiiatvpvtr?>uage which we have enjoje.i "tor the last twenty-five veitn*. A. IV. OALK A CO. . Je29, '59?It 107 East Twelfth St. N. Y. fTiirst Received, PER EXPRESS, Another lot of rich trimmed cloth CLOAKS mid RAGLANS. of tho v*ry fin?wt qualities and latest stylos, which will ho eohl ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1860

wheeling, va^eriday MOrning, January is. isgo volume 8. IT. IN TED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, LXTEIiLIGEXCER BUILDINGS, X /*. earner vf Quincy aud JIain-&U. TERMS: Daily, (by mail, payable In advance,).? 15,00 By tlic Week, (payable to the Carriers,)..... 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance,) 3,00 /^-Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers;-must be paid in advance. 'INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? IN TIIE 1 NCOll 1*0ItATKI) 1919? CHARTER PEBPFTCAL. ^SJ-CibhCapital $lj0OO,OOO, ab^Intc and unixnpaire<i. WITH A HTllYLVa OF $500,387 SH. And the prestige of 3$ years success nnd experience. Aaset?, January 1, 1858. Cash in hand. X* De]K>?dte3 in IIartfdBa:iks.$34$,123 09 Cash in transit and Agc-iit^liands, ICC,872 05 Money duo the Co., secured by Mortgage,... 5.41 S 04 Ileal Estate unincumbered 47.?i53 42 Bills Receivable 35,177 IS MARKET VALUE. 102Bonds0,7 k 10perct.intereat,ann...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1860

Ipiljg KnlrUiflfiufv CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITOHS JkKD PBOPBIKTOR3. vcrcdTndl^ V" 10 -nt Dailt, br mnil, ia a.Inu " Tei-Weoclt. V.v n1"11',in ?'M Weekly, by mnil. in ? ? - W H E K L IN ii : Friday Worning. Jan. 13, I860 The French, we perceive by tbe Courier det Etat* l/ni*, liavo almost completed the subscription intended to pay the debts of Lamartinc. We are glad of it. If only tor the sake of novelty, that moat erratic of poet politicians should bring one flash ?r quiet into his life! His biography, when it is written, will be bnt a brilliant series of kaleidoscopic views. We know, by the way. of no living uian of notoriety, whose character and career offer as curi ous a study to the student of human na ture. as this very Lan.artine; as perfect an example of the fate of the man of mere gcniu3, as that of his quondom rival. Louis Napoleou, ia of a man of mere talent. The latter plodding, sagacious, cold, scorn ing no subterfuge, no ineauest art, which wonld build a solid stair...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1860

ftoit]* gufeiliijeurcv Largest Circulation of any Paper in ' Western Virginia, 'tea " Friday Morning, Jan. 13, I860. Il.WELOPES! ENVELOPSsii?Wo j have just received n line lot of -,i?ra quality en rcl-jpei, which will be prints! m tlie best fttyle, o!ic tp. CAMPBELL Jt M DKRMOT, &zg*ViTY Election.?Candidates will please remember, that we invariably charge S'J for all announcements for the city oili ces?to lc paid for in advunce. $3$*Wheeling Cheek was a sort of a phenomenon yesterday, and attracted gen eral attention from the passers over the j bridges. It was filled with crystallized j slush, which, as the sun beamed upon it. sparkled like millions of diamonds. ? jg^VfMTKBDAV was one of the days in n weather point of view?being neither tiesbjj fowl nor good red herring. It was too cold for comfort, and not cold enough for the snow which had fallen." The snow was of no use for sleds, but was a great hindrance to the wheels. The boys got more out of It than anybody else, in the s...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1860

gjiiilg jgitteBujettcct. Deborah Lee. BY FUZZY OCZZT. [We published "Dog Tray." a parody on Poe'e Annabel Lso, the other morning, which wu good.? Butjbere la somothing better:} Ti? a dozen or so of year* ago. Somewhere in the West count ree, That a nice girl live J. a> .re Hobsiers knew, By tho name of Deborah Lee; Her sister wa< loved by JcjI&ut Poo, But Deborab by rue. Sotr I was green. an J she wii green, As a summer'i squash might be. And we loved n? warmly as other folks, I and my Deborah Leo? With m love that the lasses of Hoosierdom Co7etel her and me. Bat somehow it happened a long ago, In thoagtieish West c >untree, Th it a chill March morning save tho shakes, To my heautifnl Deborah Lee; And the grim steam d?>ctor {carse hitn) came, And bore her away from me? The doctor and death, old partner* tboy? In the agueish count ret-. The angels wanted her up in Heaven, (But they never asked fi<r rtv%) And that is the reason. 1 rather guess, In the agneidi West c...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 14 January 1860

NUMBER 123. WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, I860. VOLUME S PRINTED AND PUBLISHED 1JY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT. 1XTELLIGEXCEH Rl'ILDIKOS, X. K.oirmr of Qttincy and 3fvi:i-8U. T K li M S : Patty, (by iinii. payablo in advance,).- $5.0< By the Week. (jiayable to the Carriers,). 1 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable In advance.) 3.0< /f?;- Advertising d-mo on reooonabli* terms. All advertisement* from a distance, orfrom transient rity customers. must ha paid in advance. 'INSURANCE. Choice First d iss Insurant* ? is T1IE ? INCJRPJ.. A. ~i> iaiy ? CllALTKR PiiRPFTUAL <C'$-Cash Capital 5i.00u.0oL., ;tb -lute and unimpaired w'itm a z of 8S. And thu pre -tigeof oS years success and experience. Abfiett;, January 1, 1858. Cadi iu li'iini 4" l>epu-il?i ?n H.trif dLaitks.$34S123 6;* Cash in iran-.it and Agcnts^lmnds lOO.^TJ u. Money 11ue tiier Co.. -ecureo* by Morigsge.... 0.418 04 Ileal estate unincumbered 17.r.r>3 4 Hills Receivable 35,177 18 I! \KKtl VALUE. 102Rond*C....

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 14 January 1860

~CABfPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS XKD PROPRIETORS. TBRMS^-DAlLr. delivered in city, per ??t to root* DiiLT. tiy mail, io advnnco?.. to,w Tbi-Wekit, by mail. In adrancfv Weeklt, by mall, in advance,. ? !,**> W H E E L I N ? : Saturday Morning. Jan. 14,1860. The Houmas I.and Grant speculation of the Louisiana Senators, about which the people of that State aro making such an outcry, is, according to accounts publish ed, a swindle 'worthy of the hero .of the Plaqueminc fraud. Some twenty years _ since Mr. Senator Slidell and others bought up what was known as the Houmas grant, embracing some 90,000 acres of the best sugar land iu Louisiana. A financial panic came on and they failed to pay the purchase money. A few years later, un der President Tyler, Secretary Bibb gave Slidell n patent for the land, issuing it on the very day the Senate was taking action that it should not be issued. Congress at onco directed the Attorney-General to contest the patent, which he did success fully; a...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 14 January 1860

|laili> fjfnteUijjrttm ... r.ttrKest Circulation of any Paper in c Western Virginia.-aft Saturday Morning, Jan. 14, I860. JlXVELOPBSl KJiVElOPKS:;?We Aj hive jtint received a lint- lot cf o-ira quality on- j rtflrtpos which will br pri~i:>.i m .the best utrlc, chu:.}.- CXMrBKLL 4 M'DERMOT, City Election.?Candidates will [.lease remember, that wc invariably charge S'i for all announcements for the city offi ces?to bt paid for in. advance. Rcllslonii Notice. J. V. Beurv, of Bollair. will preach in tho Disciples* me?'iitiK hou*o. Market .street. Centre Wheel ing. to-morrow (Sunday) at 10*? o'clock, and in the evening at early g?8 light. The public are invited. Dally Concert for Prayer. ?fgf"Tiii' hour of meeting in the First Presbyterian fliurch (IJev. !>r. Wvnzt'a) will be ut pait 3 o'clock. sm former days of the wcok. This "lay ^Saturday) h tvin?r npecial refercnev t?? tlie children and youth of the Church, it i? expected Parents will manifest an interest in the attendance o...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 14 January 1860

Sttjr |futclttgcum\ "Good B'j-e, Prond World!" BT RALPn WALDO EMERSON*. Oood-b*ye, proud worlil! I'm going home; Thou art not my friend; I am not thine; Too long through weary crowds I roam;? A river ark on the o<*ean brine. Too long 1 am too4*d like ths driven foam; But now, proud world, I'm going home. . Oood-b've to flattery'* fawning fitccr. To Graudettr with hi* uiso grimace; To upjtart Wealth's averted eye; To nupple ofllcc. low and high: To crowded halls, to c jurt and utrect. To frozen hearts, and liatting feot. To thorn* who go.and those who come.? Good-b'ye, proud world, I'm going home. I go to seek my own hearth-stono Bosom'd in von green hillsalonc; A secret lodge iu a pleasant land, Whoso groves the frolic fairies planu'd, Where arches green, tho livelong day, Echo the black-bird's roundelay, And evil men have never trod A spot that is sacrcd to thought and God. O, when I an? safe in rav sylvan home. I m Kk at the pride of Greece and Rome: And when lam rftretch'd ben...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 January 1860

NUMBER WHEELING, YA., MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 10, 1860 VOLUME 8 | 1*24. < WaSTElJ AND PUBLISHED UV CAMPBELL & M'DBRMOT, IXTELLIGEXCER BUILDINGS, j\- e. corner of Quincy and Muin-SU. T E R M ? s Daily. (by nv^ V?y?h]e in a'lvnncc,).-... ^!?? By tlio Yfiick, (payable to the Curlers,).' 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance,) 3.00 X*?-Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisement? froxn a distance, or from transient city customers, must l?e paid in advance. IINSURA NCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? i x the IXCOJU'GKATED 1S10-CII AltTF.R l'ERPETCAU /o-Cas!iCapital Sl.00?.<?->. abwlnta ?"'?I unimpaired. ?IT? i ST.IVL" = or *304^387 . And tho prdigoof SS year. .uccesB and axp.rf.ucc* AsKetfl, January 1? 185 8 Cash in hand, .V Dcpo.itcsin Hartrd Banks,$3?U23 09 Real Estateunincuinberc'l :i5.l77 IS H'tU* Receivable mabkzt Value. 101 llonds0.7 Jt 10 per ct-i.itere <t^nniuvUy 00 057 Share* Rail QoudMixK. ?????"""'V' i *>50 00 ;,u ?? Connecticut ttlv.r Co....

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 January 1860

?aU? |ntfUv?fjUfv ^CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, rniTORS and pnorniBTOBS. TERMS.?IUII.T. ?Mlver?il in city. I?T wfck. W ??"[" Daily, bv n?il. in ?.lrnnc?- " Tri-Wekklt. I?y mail, in??Ivnnrc^^ 3. WERKI.Y, by inniL Iniwlvnnwv 5 "" W H I N c; : Monday Morning, Jan. 16, 1880. _ Olii utlcntion was called on Saturday( to an article that had appeared the day be fore, in the Union, signed "Qucritcs" and which ivas a comment upon a communica tion published some days ago in our paper, headed "A curious view of the destiny of the negro race in this country. An} one who read the communication in our paper and then read the review of the Union writer, will have seen on the glance, the manifest purpose for which the review was got up:?for in the first place it disin tegrates in the most offensive form, the speculations of the author, and then col lates the dejecta membra and heralds them to the readers of the Union, ns the views of the Inttlligtnctr. Our readers know very well, and we presume "Queritc...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 January 1860

Hails ilntcUigeucct Lareest Circulation of any Paper in *s" Western Virginia. frrohday Morning, Jan, 16, I860. 1"lXVBLOPB8 ! ENVELOPES 11?AVe have just received a fine lot of e~cra quality en veloi**, which will be prfota.! in the heft Htrlc, cheap. CAMPBELL A M'DKRMOT, j^^Citv Election.?Candidates will please remember, that we invariably charge b'2 for all announcements for the city offi ces?to be paid for in advunce. flSjT Thk Wrathbr.'?Owing to the weather, everybody staid in doors on Sa turday, except the locals, who arc obliged to do as a drunken cuss ordered his wife to do when she complained that there was neither bread nor meat in the house, get something. So we searched the town, and got nothing but wet feet and the privilege of saying thnt it was the sloppiest, slush iest day of the seasou. Torrent rushed through the streets, leaving pedestriaps like Noah's Dove, with narv place for the coles of their feet. JOSST" Tub Great Bueacii ok Promise Case.?The case of Crrstang vs....

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 January 1860

lailjr gfutcHigcttCM? Hoiv Strange. nv FLORENCE I'EItKY. How strange it trill be, love?how strange, when we tw? Shall he what all lovers lteoome? You frigid ami faithless?I cold ami untrue? You thoughtless of me, .ami I careless of you? Our pet names grown runty with nothing to do? Love'* bright weh uuravded, and rent and worn through, And life's loom left empty?ah hum! Ah mo. How strange it will be! How Htrange it will be when the witchery goo?, Which makes mo seem lovely to-day; "When your thought of mo lose* its oomieur thi ros*? Wien every day serves some new fault to disclose? When yon find I've odd eyes ami an evory-day nose, And wonder you could for h moment suppose I was one of the common-place way? Ah. me. How strange it will bo! llow strango it will be, love?how strange when wo meet With just a chill touch of the hand! When my pul^e* hodotigerdelightedly boat At the thought of your coiniug, the sound of your foot; "When I watch not your going, far down the long street? Whe...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 17 January 1860

WUNTKI> AND I'l'ULlSIJLD BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLIOESCEU BUILDINGS, .V. /..t-r of fjuiiicy and Muin-Stg. TP FM* M : [>iHy->. l?y mail. payable in advance,)? .*5.00 |{v the Wc<t. (j??yabie to theOirrif-Tg.). 10 Tri-W. ekly. (per year, jiayable in advance.) 3.00 Advertising dotio on ruasOrinbta terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient :i: v. customer*. mast be paid iu advance. r-JWaPTilW* I IMBBBBBWUB I > I Ml?B? IINSUSANCE, Choice First Class Insurance ? IX I 1! e ? l'?0 130 INCOliPOitATEI. ISlO-CHAHTKlt perpetual. /JS-Caiii Capita! unimpaired. itm x srnPLt's uF fcS. . And tb? promise of .van ?ucce? and cTpenti.te. Aticlt, January 1> tS58. Ctuli iu hand. 4Dcpo-iUJit. Cu ill i-iti-au-.il wlAv-:,lV,j"1 u"\Tm.Vp* ;',|1S ui Money duo tiltf Co.. scoured 1>> Jiol tff ? .... ,, lial xlstalo imiucuinhereu 35177 15 Hill. iScceirublu m\V.KET V ma t. c.,, shares had Qo.uI. tu.*. ??-"?????? ' i tK> 50 - ConMoticot U.v?r Co. -t?-k......... ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 17 January 1860

Jailg i?Mligcn?v CAMPBELlT& M'BERMOT, XMTORS 15D PROPRIETORS. week. 1? ??? Daily. by mail, in advance- ? Tm-Wimlt, l)j m?n ln mir.nr. .. Weekly, by mail, lnadranc^r- ??? _ \VhTeT K L~I~N G : Tuesday Morning, Jan. 17, I860. We have ?lie January number of the Clipper, a sprightly little sheet, published over at Mt. Pleasant. Ohio. The Clipper has an original way of alluding to it? prospects, if the following is a fair spon men : , _ Ol-u New Dress.?We are l'kc the far mers in this neighborhood were lost fall, too badlv frost-bitten, to afford a now dress; but still in hopes of having one be fore another year rolls around. Our pros pects arc better than cver?bv one-half, at least our circulation is almost twice a> large. We have commenced to work our puper on a hand press, but think that a power press will have to take Usstead soon Our facilities will then be better than at present, although we can now compete with any office in the such as printing, book-binding or atereo typin...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 17 January 1860

in ??_ Largest Circulation of any Paper in t3- " Western Virginia. "<.? Tuesday Morning, Jan. 17.1860. ?! HVVF.LOPES! B?VBLOPKS;i-?. l\havo jiwt received ? One lot . f e-.ra quality en- | J/ , which will be prints.i in the l>est atyle, ; IhJip CAMPBELL A M'DERMOT, gg^-Crrv Election.?Candidates will J please remember, that we invariably charge j i/1 for all announcements for the city oOi- j cei to Ic paid for in adcunce. j A I?lst of Coniinlt?lniwr? Appotntcjl lo conduct Ih. Eiuuiiig City Ele-cUou. First Wabc?Tlioma* O.irden, Vim. V. AY ilaon, at A \Vin. S.'(1'.Slorri, Clark IlaiiiM, at Hose House. Skosi> W?i>?Samuel H- Greer, John Bishop, at *'TimmWiKD?J.'hi. II. Hall. Jarol. Warden, at tlie 1 'A. Edwards, Jacob PlnRleton, Sr.. at tlie IIo? ""Sill WaRB-E. C. Jeffer*. Ilalliel Ciger, at llosa "'iaml-H F.tvlng. Henry Kurtf. r.t Aldern.anV Office. | Wak?-U. II. Itw.l. Jas. Sweeney, at the at tlie Sooth room 'VlXTlOVinli^William Ewing, JoJiua I.ukeitf, at the Ilose House. jg...

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