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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 17 January 1860

The Tavo Barrels. BT SAKL'EL LOV?R. There's a barrel I have in a corner .*o snug: Well ohiirgod wiih the best of pood ale: With a tankard of that how tho time will slip. by. With a pipe and a eon^ or good tale: If a friend from just over the war should step in, IIo'h hailed with a hearty Rood cheer. And never repents a- ho ta-tes the contents Of an Englishman';* barrel of hoar: There's a barrel I have, but much stronger than beer Is tho charge which for thai I intend; It hangs by the chimney, in readiness near. For 1 mean it my lieartlt to defend. If a f?w from just over the way should drop in. We'll meet him with three hearty cheer*: But 1 think he'll repent when he tastes tho contents Ot tho barrels of stout volunteers. And thus double-barrell'd my bar?, lot in live, Prepared for our friend* or our foes: The hand that in friendship we readily give, Jf as ready at need to give blows. And whether the spigot >?r trigger wo draw. Our.barrels won't fail us. I w.eem So tankards and r...

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. — 18 January 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 18, IStiO. NUMBER 126. pointed and pceluiled by CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, XXTKI.I.IOEXCEK Bl lLUIA-OS, .v. IL r ??/' Qninrif o.nd Mjin-St*. T T? RMS: tl?v mn!!. payable in advan-e,'... $5,00 i;v the Weuk. (payable t ? t ho Carriers.). 10 7v,-lVi*kl.v. ;[?r v--or,p;iy:ttii<; in a.ivance,) 3,00 /Sj-Advertising done 011 reasonable terms. A51 advertisement* from a distance. or from transient c;ry cn>tmnors. r.u; it be paid in advance. 'INSURANCE Choice First Class Insurance ? i > t u r. ? J \cohpo::a*it'j ici-j?cuautek perpetual. X?3*-Ca*h Capital .5l.O00.tKK/, ab-wlnte a vvixM a sTi:PLf.-f -u c0c.'-..'tS7 ?s. And the pitraiige ol" year* Akscd. Junuoi j 1, 185S. C;Hil in ban 1.4 iJep.f-frc" in .'I.irtf?Ji'auks S'ii-.I:!:'. C;i I C.uh iatr.iu i; :i!?d Agcnt^uaudd !?'.= 7J u". j Maney due the Co.. ^ccured by M irvjagc.... 5.115 0* 1 I'ltfftl I.st ate unincumbered ...*. I7 < r>3 1J i'.iili iieceivablt- .>0.177 IS Mll'.KET 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. — 18 January 1860

ailg gtttelligetttM IampbeYl&m-deem 0 T, EDITORS AJtD PBOPBIETOBS. TERMS ?Dailt. delivered in city, per "eek, 1*0 cent* Daut, by mailt in advance, Tri-Weeklt, by raail, inadranccr- *.?-v Wekxlt, by mail, intvdTancc,. l.'-0 W H E E L, I N G : Wednesday Morning- Jan. 18. 1860. A committer of the Academy of Medi- . cine of New York, have been for some 1 months engaged in making investigations J to determine the effects of the milk, made ; bx swill-fed cows, upon those who use it. | They report that it is beyond question very J deleterious in its influence upon health, j and thev recommend that the traffic in it be forbidden. They suggest that milk should be distributed only by license, and that no license should be granted to those j who deal in the "stump-tail" article. It ; appears from their report that the swill milk is not disagreeable to the taste; but that when taken into the stomach, the swill operates briskly as a purgative, dis turbing the bowels, and augmenting the ! uri...

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. — 18 January 1860

^ntcUiflfnccrl rv,. Largest Circulation of any Paper in ! Western Virginia. Wednesday Morning, Jan. 18, i860.: V \\ VELOPKS ! K X VWLOPR8 : iH^Ve J[ j have just received a line lut ct* o-tra quality eii vui.?j"!-it which will b?? - i m the best style, wlicup. CAMPBELL * M'DKUMof, P3?"(Jity Election.?Candidates will picasu remember, that we invariably charge 5>J lor all announcements lor tho city ofli ccs?to be jmid for in advunce. fi-QpvWeather.?We have long since been a sufferer to considerable amount in the loss of all confidence in the weather, and are getting rather ??Jubous" of predic- I lions. We have h ? eioforc, from time to time, ventured an opinion, founded upon I the "face of nature" late at night, and found before most people had time next j morning to see how badly we had missed the mark. that there is not much depend- j eiicc to be placed in the variations of the old dame's countenance. Hut upon the strength of what experience we have gaiu ed at such a fearful cost ...

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. — 18 January 1860

2)aib KutcWigwcw. Love's Young; Dream*?Xow-a-tlnjr Oh. fel! me not that distant seas Roll between me and my lover; For lis, I'm sure, is at hi3 cos* ? And I'm In clover. And don't tell me that foreign parts Will ever make me. doar. forget him; Nor will he take to breaking hearty Unless I let him. lie writes to me by every post. And ovory post takes back my answer; He writes of "muffins," sleighs au'J frost? I of my dancer. So d?n*t t*ll me that I must mope, While he's in Canada recruiting; He's neither Ri-diop. Saint, nor I'ope. And fond of shooting. Pwish you'd write to him some day, IIow very badly I'm behaving. He'd send back word at once to say lie thought you raving. He likes my goinff to a bill. And talking German with Lord Rowan; D*v.?u think that out at Montrexl. He ilirt i with uo one? Ah! you don't know him. I must owu I've seen you flirt, my pretty cousin, But Willy soon would flirt you down, And sev'ral dozen. Don't talk such sentimental stuff; * You preach as if I v. er...

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. — 19 January 1860

PKIMl.Ji u i L!?M.-iir.u I) 1 CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, [VTELUGESCEK ni'ILDIXGS, x. e.rortvr of (jriiurt/ and Afain-Sts. t K X2 31 : p.tiiy. fby rani!, payable In advance,)... $5,00 l\y the Week, (iwaynble to the Curriers,). 30 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable in e.Ivanca.) 3.00 4#- Advertising Juno on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient .?sty customers, must be paid in advance. ^INSURANCE. Choice First Chss liisunmet i :?? i:onvoii.v?i:i> i > i?cii a rtkji i'Erpftua l /iip-Cash Capital absolute and unimpaired with \ s cr 6S. And the pre-.tigoof iiS v?.us succe-ss and experience. AhscIs, January 1? 1808. Ca*U in hand ? Depositee in Hartf d Da:ikii.$l>lS,123 Cl: '"jili in tran-iit and A geut?*h a r.dd 1 GO. *7.1 o." Money due the C*u.. i*vcurcd by Mortgage.... 6.41$ 04 iCortl rotate uuincumbcred 17.*?63 4i: Rills KvL'ait'ubU 35.177 IS MARKET VAl.L'E. 102 Bonds 0,7 ? 10 perct.int-rest.annually .$102,000 Ou 057 iihore-s Kail QoadSKck 61.440 00 ...

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. — 19 January 1860

iutjj gutelUgeuccv CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS A!?"D riiOFRISTORS. TERMS.?Dailt, delivered in city, per week, 10 ccnt< Dajlt, by mail, in advance $5,00 Tri-Wheklt, by mall, in advance 3,0o ^Vetelt, by mail, in advance 1,00 \V H E E L I N G : Thursday Morning', Jan. 19, 1860. The Washington letter writers almost oil hare something to say of the manner in which Senator Howard was received in the Senate, a few days ago. The ruuior of the intention of several Southern Senators to treat him discourteously, in such a marked manner as to attract attention, proved true. Rumor had connected the names of hut three Senators with this in dignity. It was known that the persons named had been the most constant, for two years past, i npartaking of h ^hospitalities, and greedily feasting at the table of the proscribed Senator, and it was, therefore, not unusual to find this indication of in gratitude from men of this type; but when it was found that the entire Democratic j party, with the e...

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. — 19 January 1860

? JJargest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Thursday Morning. Jan. 19, 1860. . VELOPES J E.\ VKLOPKSTiHIwe havo ju-t receive! n lino lot cf c-ir.i quality en , ?! .m-3, which will be yriit.-u in the be.it ?tvle, ?u st>. CaIII'HKLL ? M'DEIOIOT, Election*.?Candidates will dease remember, that we invariably charge >: for all announcements for the city olli t-s?to be paid for it* advance. 'Fbas'klin's Bxuth Day.?On the >veui:!g before la-t. the compositors of lie Intelligencer received a note from the mployee3 of the l'/iion office, inviting our >oy* to join them in celebrating the anni ersary of the birth day of the great irinter and philosopher. Benjamin Frank in. The invitation was accepted, and ibout 10 o'clock, the printers repaired to he restaurant of Charles Mabis, Monroe tr .'f-t, where after partaking of a repast, he mem Dry of the great leader was hon ired. his teachings revived and his glori ous example brought fresh to the memory j\' his humble disci...

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. — 19 January 1860

*Ui JfafeUijmc*. : [From the!%. Y. Snnday Times.] ? . A Dream of Long Ago. ( | nr yrxvDix. I'd 4 a dream of happy childhood?* A dream of the days gone by: Like & bloMom in tho wild.wijo.1, It bloomed but to fade and dio: Once again I lingered. lonely, Beside the old school-houso door; But- alas! in funcv only? Those day* will return no more! ! And I paw thoohaint old mill-stream? i J1. Its wheel dashing ofT the spray? Where rvewatflittl the dancing sunbeam In tho sparkling eddies play. O'er the same green fields I wander'd. Where oft. ou a cummer morn, The sweet lark I watched and wond^r'd. As her *01?g was upward borne. And a mother"* fervent blessing? A pearl in life's trouble I sea? Amid tears and warm careitiiig, Was wliisperM again to me! An I there cdmea blue-eyed fury. As bright an tho op'nlng day? iny boyhood's love?my M iry ! Who etoie my heart .away. ?Twraa a dream of h ippy childhood? A dream of the vlavs c-?nc by: Like a Idosjnm in the wild-wood, It bloomed but to fu...

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. — 20 January 1860

WHEELING. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, VOLUME 8 > 10 >* i. i - . PKKXLD AND H. DLlMIhD BY CAMPBELL & M'DERiJIOT, i;iTELLIO'E:.C Ell 3U!Lr>IXG&, -V. 7C. rr-nirr rf QUincj "ttmf JfJrfn-Ms. _ T33R T.I ? s D ,:!y. (by mail, payable in advance, $5,00 I?y Week. 'payaMo to"tbeCart$<9rs> ).... m Tr.'-*Vec!;]y. ^per year. paynblodn allvanceiS." 11.00 yjL^-Advertising d?-ne pa reosua-iW^ terms. All advert i-ioments from a distance, or from transient c'.ty customer*-.. mujifc L*t paid hi advance. 'I N SUEAJJCE. {?holce First Cl.iss Insurance ? in r :r n ? i :?:jKV JKATj;i? ui ??i uakti-iic perpftial. ?t.T9~i^A*hCapital oI,00D,0uu. ab-wlute and unimpaired. >v ITU x .iTUtM.cs *5u&3?7 Ai?J li9 pWitigcul' :j.j years .uceus* and expwrfotiC*. AmbiS, January 1, 195S. Cash In hand, A Depo-jit.jf h| Uartf dJJaiikaSM^12n CO OU'i In lian.-It and At^/jjfs'fiahds lGG,rw:i 05 Mou^yduo the Co.. w.-cured by Mortgage,... r?.il8 04 IJenl l&talu unincumbered 47,06312 Ciilsi liwciw'ilc "...

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. — 20 January 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITORS AKD PROPRIETORS. TBRM5.?Daily, delivered In city, f?er week, 10 cents Daily. by mail, in advance- J$&,00 ? Tw-Wibklt, by mail, in advance^ *3,00 - Weekly, by mall, in advance^.. 1,00 WHEEL ING: Friday Morning, Jan. 20, I860 There is trouble In the Republican par ty of Ohio. It grow3 out of the Senatorial election question. It was assumed, during the State election, that if the Republicans should carry the Legislature, Gov. Chase should be elected to the United States . Senate; and this assumption appeared to be all the more reasonable because the candidate for Governor was taken from the whig side of the Republican party.? But the understanding, if ever there was one, has bcome a misunderstanding, a conversion not uncommon in politics; and the whigs are now askiug for more honors and profits, purposing to take the Senator ship, and to allow Sir. Chase to devote himself to the work of the law. There is a dispute in the Legislature, the conserva ti...

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. — 20 January 1860

T .,~Rst Circulation of any Paper in oJ- postern Virginia.^ ?> 'ning. Jail. 20, 1860. jnT^VBlOTBS ? JKSSIt * ?u b "?? Jri.Tui bo"?"-'S u*the beat stylo, ciojxa, wliidi *iU C^MPBBLL A M'DKIIMOT, heap teSrcTrY Election.?Candidates will lease remember, that we invariably charge v, iv,r UH announcements for the city offi e5 //> be paid for in advuncc. ?gB-MBCTIKO AT THE COCRT IIoCaB.?It ra3 nnnbunced in the ETmon newspaper, a ?w morniugs since, that "William Otter on and other citizen;, of Ohio coun y, rould address the citizens of Wheeling, ,t the Court House, on Thursday evening, ,n the approaching crisis in the political listorv Of the country." The meeting ;amc off lost night. 0.1 motion of Ooe. 3. Wickham, Uncle Joe Sheppard, was ailed to the chair, and Aid. McCourtnev va. appointed Vice President, with Boli ?nr Ward, as Secretary. When we went ,, Mr. Otterson was speaking. W e asked a spectator what he was speaking about. Spectator, though listening attentively, aid. "nothin...

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. — 20 January 1860

it. n. NortU and Sontb. BY R. H. 3. Thti day a year agon* I strolled ' With her betide the sea: / The ground was white, the wind blow col J, Thewavcs were sf nrtiug free., We heeded not the wintry storm. But strolled with even pace; , Around wai gtaoik but. bright and warm. Love's light shane from her flice? Her pmle yotin~ face, with eve* 93 bluo. And wreathed with braids of gold; c Its smile so tender, soft.-and wuo; What though the day were pold7 And now I wander by the main; Tho sun Is blazing high. The waves are laughing as thoy win Its splendour* fo.u tne sky; The hills are basking In the glow, And from each coal greea'vnle, The 03-rtloand thaoninge throw Their fragrance on the gale; And yet, methinks. yon bleak white shore, Bolide tho angry sea? . Yon nun less ?ky all clouded o'er, Were brighter far to me. Fall and Winter, 1859. M!luneryanoT?aw GOODS. ARMSTRONG, CATOH & CO. IM??a7?RS t2 JOBBERS OF BONNET SILKS & SATIN, ? - Ribbon.3, Velvets, ^Rnohes? ?Ti#Fer?i Peather...

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. — 21 January 1860

WHEELING, YA., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21. 1860 VOLUME 8 PRINT* D AND PIPLiSUi.D IJV CA1SPBELL & STDERffiOT, n'TELLIGE-VCER BUILDINCS, y. tonmr of Quincy tind Jlain-.Sis. T "H2 II M S : ptii- . br mail, payable, in advance,).? 35.00 v,y |"he Week, rjmvable to the Carriers,). 10 rrMV*c?kly. f>er year, payable iu advance.). 3,00 Advertising d-Hie on reasonable terma. Vil adrrrtisonxenta from a distance, or from transient ji,r cnstomer-i. must be paid iu advance. 7l NSUEANCE. I'liolcc First Class Insurance "Range Mm INCOItWKATLD 1< 19?CHARTER PERPETUAL. X'-?/*Ca?liCapital Si.OOO.UO", ab^lutc and unimpaired. VITH A eTR?u;s or $5?JO,3S7 S3. Au i tha prestige of 3s yetre J?ucc??a and experience, Aasati, January 1, ISO 8, Jash in band, i iJepo-ite* in Hartfdi!a!ikj.$34$,123 69 Ca?h in tmurit and Agents^hands. 1GG^S72 05 Uiiocvduu the Co- scared by Mortgage.... 5.4IS 04 Ke.il Estate unincumbered 47.6^3 42 Uiila Keciiirabie 35,177 IS M VKKET TALUK. lj2Uon(J-?^.7X li'perct.intcrea...

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. — 21 January 1860

-? -v?--? ttv ? r rtitg ??t>Iligf ate x CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITOE3 *AJ>D PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Dailt, delivered in city. per week, 10 ren?* 1 Dailt, by mall, in advance^- j&jC/) ?? Tei-Weeklt, by mail, in advance,? 3,00 ! Wuklt, by mail, In advance,.?.1,00 j W H E E-L I NO: Friday Morning, Jan. 20, I860 Saturday Morning, Jan. 21,1860. The Position at Brookt and Hancoclc Comities?Sir. Porter's Speech. We would commend to the attention of the Hickman Black Republican Force par ty, whose favorite idea is that of overun- : ning the South and whipping it into sub- ! mission, the closing speeches in the late ! debate in the House of Delegates on "the j bill arming the State." Mr. Porter, of j Brooke and Hancock, which counties form ! the narrow strip of Virginia real estate j which is sandwichcd in between Pennsyl- I vania and the Ohio river, and is commonly ; called the Pan-Handle, having made a speech in which he declared that the peo ple of the Virginia border counties wo...

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. — 21 January 1860

pitelligjtttev Largest Circulation of any Paper iu v ' Western Virginia.*{*& Saturday Morning, Jan. 21, I860~ J t\ VKIiOPES! Kx\ VKLOpSs :I Wo K !i?iv? jtwt received a Hot* lot cf e^rra quality e? ? which nil! he pri^t .i m tho beat stvlo. OAM!'JlEJ,L ? M'DEItMOT, jfrjy-C*tv Klection*.?Candidates will ploa?e remember, that wc invariably charge for all announcements for the city olfi t.ttJ to If paid for in mlvunce. gj^TuE News.?The police offices are utterly barren of incidents worthy of note. There was not a single case in any of the courts yesterday. j *??? p^y-AcaDLNT C.S THB PlTTSBL'RfJ FORT Wayne and Chicaco U it.?The mail train j uhicli left Pittsburg ou Thursday after- I uuoo rau off the track one mile east of Knon Vallev. The entire tntin was thrown off, ami we regret to learn that Mr. G. L. Dean, the baggage master, was injured. The ac cident was caused by a broken rail. Ax Old House.?We yoeterday saw J a horse, whose owner. Mr. Priestly, of lielmont county, avers is th...

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. — 21 January 1860

i.iilir f ntcUigeutw. Tlie Wayward Heart* Oh] I Mid to my heart, to my vr-Ajrward heart, Canst thou not be true to ono. To change each hour From flower to flower B waste ofthe morning sun. My heart replied. I would nat bejtrue To a single flower, whate or its hue; Changing each^daj with the changing year. Benders the joys of the p?*t more door. Oh! I ?*ld to my heart, to my wayward heart. Have we notjonraeyed long Enough and more To feel full aore My teSETi Render? the woes of the panmoredear^^^^^^ Fall and Winter, 1859. MIL?rTaDN? goods. ARMSTRONG, CATOE & CO. 1XP9KTCB9 * JOBBBB3 OF BONNET SILKS & SATIN, Bibbons, Velvets, ?Kaab??i Flow?r?, Poethcn, Straw " . Bonnetx, Plitij A/C*? 2?8.237. ASB bona or 233 Baltwom Stkect, ' BALTIMORE, MD. orer aitock unsurpassedInth" United Statee la va 0-,rl riety and cheapness. _. jrders sitioited aod prompt attention rfven. T.ruuO tnos., 0 per cent off, far ouh, pat funds. ^niglO/SD? - ADAMS HOUSE, Cor* HanoVer and Pratt-Sts., Baltimore, M...

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. — 23 January 1860

r. aMPBELL & M'DERMOT ggngji?xw^s, v nt-T.-.tr "f Q't><W <""' 3tuin-Sto. a" e: i t I'l s: mi;v.(t-y m***** 1,1 **? ? fceW.-ek. (W?l.lo t.. the Carriers.^ . __ * (per year, jayable In .dvanca,) -0 ?-_ A,trcrltolngdone 011 re*aon?ble terms. AII Jl>ertiaenients fn.il. a distance, or from transiou customer*- i?u.i 1m? paid in advance " 'I N S TJ RAN C E . Choke First Class Insurance ? 1 X THE ? , ... ,-i"! w.?dSoiTOt PERPrtOAI . . imi uoj u*'. ab-elutc and tiniwj.airet! Cap ml S':'^-or ^?,;(S7 ss. *1Hlttopn.T?.rf? J**""""**1 ""d **?*rionC< Assets* Jauunry 1. 1858. r,?;. in i??d;A o i>r wjjjo Kjtato unincumbered ""I"."'.!!"."'. M.ITT 1 ISiSl-s Receivable ?ai;kf.t valui l.Knonil<O.Til?pejct.interMt,annually,Slfr2,000 0 shares iiaii'*t(* >, n V, ?? Connecticut lliver to. Stock J.-oOO ti .. Stafford llank |'?5" ?V " tV.??rl,,,ry Bank " 2 :: JEST ? - milSSo ?S ;: NewYn'lc ? ? ,1', '? r's'riwtCo. N.W V..r'K StoelL.'lO.OOO 0 J'J .. y?n York L. I. and Trust L -E-QOOO...

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. — 23 January 1860

Uilll Intelligence CAMPBELL & MfDEE-MOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?D.iilt, delivered in n'lr. jxa- week. 10 ren Daily, by mail, in iwirati?>M 33.' TRl-WraiT. hr mall, in adrnnc?v.. Js' WRXtT.bj- mail, inadrann?.. 1,( W ll E kT.Yn'o : Monday Morning, Jan. 23,1860. The Disunion Scheme Tor Arming 1H State?Tli? Protest of Wood Count; against It. On Saturday Inst we rcccivcil fror Parkersburg, a copy of the Gazelle an Courier, containing a marked copy of th resolutions of protest passed at "a citizeni meeting"' in that county, against the pass age of the mammoth disunion project not pending in our Legislature, and known a the "bill for urming the State," by whirl it is proposed to saddle the State with ai additional oppressive debt of over om half million of dollars." We have al read; raised our voicc ogainst this bill. On Richmond correspondent has warned thi people of Western Virginia against its in sidious purpose, and in addition, Mr. Por ter, in his remarks published by...

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. — 23 January 1860

Jlailg ?umugeum r ?rtrp-t Oirculntion of any Paper in tV \Veitorn^ Virginia. jionday Morning, Jan. 23. 1800. 1VK liOPKSI EXVEI,OI"S5 :i?Me h. jjavo just received a fine lot of c?trn tjuulit.v 011 d,?n. which will 1h? in tliu bc?t ?tyle, CAMPliELL * M'DEltMOT, iTOLEX.?IWwcen 12and 1 o'clock, on vector- f S day. from tlio pbop ??f .f. M. Dlllou. No. 102 Mar- i ?t ttrcei. on3 JIor>-? Shoo Magnet. ?n?? Cotnpas* Nee- J if ill J Kroa.r. Ar.r information regarding the above ? riieltNtor t!ir* p??r.-?on who vai seen entering at that ' u-;,-. will be thankfully rweived and liberally ro- 1 jan21-lt J rrr \ XTKU.?A Young Mau to act as Clerk. \} jinSMt Apply t ? A. C. I'AIITKIDOJS. ?+- -?*> ? . j^?A.v Evkxtki l Vail'.?The lust trip }' ;lie steamer Courier, Capt. Mason, was uitc an eveistfu! one. Going down, she o:;te?l a day or two in the midst of a sea f heavy ice. aiiu so frightful did her po itron appear thiit many of tlic passengers rent about the boat with life preservers iadcr their...

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