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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 23 January 1860

gpatlu gfKteliijcuccr, Pc?frl)!l(!cr.-(?rrmnne?qne. BY W. I>. IIOWKLI.3. The children *it by vhu fireside Willi their little fare* in bloom; Ami tiftliinil. the lily-pale mother, Looking out of the gloom, Flushes as if a ro?l?n<l Were bursting In her liearl: But the Cither sits there silent, From the firelight apart. "Now, what dost thou see in tho embers? Tell it to inc. my child,*' Whisper's the lily-pale mother To her daughter ?w?ct and mild. K>. I n sky and a moon In the coal* and ashes thero, And under, two am walking in a garden of flower.- ho fair. *-A lady *o gay, and her lover, Talking with low-sweet wonk Not to waken the dreaming flowers, And the sleepy little bird*." Back in the gloom the mother .Shrinks, with a sudden sigh?. ??Now. what d?*t thou see in the embers?*' Cries the lather to the boy. 440, I sec a wedding procession do in at the church'* door,? Ladies in silks, and knights in steel,? A hundred of them, and more. -The bride's face is white ax a And the...

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. — 24 January 1860

NUMBER 131. ' ?? VOLUME 8. htv WJBMPIltD BY' ' h AJttPBELL & M'DERMOT, ^TELHCKSfEU .V. iMTM-"/ VBIHW OKCi T E R M S? s ?,. ,-hT miul,P?-?Wo m -*s'?? ? he Week. <W?M? id (P?ycar.Wulil* I" l?Wg 3*0 gg. ArtwrtWoB^ <"> rruoimble ,cnM" i II R,l?rli*meit? from n dtxtance. or from transient s.onicr,- m.t b. 1*1-1 SPEECH OF C. M, CLAY, pRANKFOBT) ky. From 'M Capitol Steps, Jan. 10M, I860. UotMBNTCM.? GuV. Magoffin in his rnes . I Vice President lSreckinridge, be v^f'tho KcntucU v Legislature, had assailed ^tcipToUn;. nims of thcRepublican , ,rtv Those Mr. Clav aspired. to defend. Unlloirin" the event of John Brown's raid oKCUlion, .he siippresajgu of the Free ^nth \,evf"'pe'' at Newport by violence. 5-TiduWo-1 of Jol,n ?? iVc ftnli USE0,c,fttcs r m Xttson county, Ky., and the design The part of the Slave yligarcliy to per Jthe roi 'U of terror iu all tne South; Riven M.that Mr. Clay u 1 (. silenced The halter with which 1 wnwas bung, the bloody lance which he ' ) ill battle?a p...

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. — 24 January 1860

Ei. th? ihe Compromise of 1820 was repeaiea by the Compromise of 1850. It ts not tree! And that it is'not tree has been arowed by the leading man that brought In and carried that bill, and who based his claim for the Presidency upon his demo tion to the South. Thank God for pen, ink and paper sometimes used in- tnis Commonwealth and oth'ers. anhough^it is reryantl-deihdcratic to use them, itseems. r * THE GAME. OF GRAB. "Let us get along a little further. Why ? did they-want to repeal th? Compromise of 18207" What Is the matter, yon Democrats of the United States? You have had the ?-MM>wer, you say, all the time or almost all the time from, the foundation of the gov ernment to the present day. You have had possession of the government since ltt ibundation, and where is the. "?ec^"/ now of repealing thisCompromire?Why, although you had the mfluencc of the gov ernment, both in its foreign and domestic policy, under pretence of subserving the rights of the people, you have used thei...

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. — 24 January 1860

"^TZrposing to Prcve"1 the adm,s8ion " more slavebolding States. uf #nr/fnrt!i charge is that we propose "to TbT[uc f..R^iv? Sl?vc law, and practi ?*>" Jfuse to Obey the Constitution on cal'/ "jzfl I do not deny Stint in some ,lrtL suites there nas been an effort made uflf.kiud but I do utterly deny that ? 01 '^l, '.'such clause in the platform of i"1?'. th; call of 18G0. Without dwell ''lar hor upou that, I pass it by saying '"g r HfJ not care to avow that I stand on tW'1 d? with Dn?iel Webster, the man '"." if al7 others in this country, we "itvled the expounder of the Consti ^mainly upon coustitutional law ""u'Tt [ authoritr this country or auy ,bc h.gl'e=.t r -M r \\'eb3ter, although ?lbcrhast flattered with the SU he would get Southern support ,d L? his true born opinion, said by >,el.d,n&5 ^eech of 7th March? He "?j'-'il'iAt this was a power that belonged SJ,d r lircss l.nt to the several States." nut to Cong i tfae Repnblican "At of harmony,yielded it, and 1 5k it 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. — 24 January 1860

... _. .5C07rrJ\ ' No. 1ST Main Street, WD!El|JOi TA. WHOLESALE ACT D*AtX* IS Watches, Clocks, ott^rH PLATED i S sflvnr Pnectflclf*! Gold P4D' and Krtive*. ?cia*ors. Razor*, E*TplTer?, FUvou, uecn?? Silver 4Sn?i>iiu>ir" o?An?-?tui ? articles. - . ^wATi HMAKEK3, wam^xmte*3! Aandth.uubli* generally, ? r"V comP1,U "?rt' liteSSc?*? carefully ?*&.???? wanr-mted. ^ ]piii?e Hiiaiiors -CTT*E ABBi SOW RECEIVING AND- KBBP W constantly on hand a supply of the following r trtTiaVa. (o which we desire to call.the attention of tlle^rwle generally. Wo Hatter oursslves that weaui give entire satls&ctlan to nil who may fevor a? wltli th'ir|>'iMt.rCartmoa A Co.'i Brandy of 1840. Selgnetti Brandy, ri,^ do Domestic do Cherry do Ginger do Apple do ?p??h do Blackberry do Sherry Wine, Port-Wine, Madeira Wine Muscat do Malaga do ? Claret "do Champagne, - . California SpirklingCbanipigno. PURE RYE WinSKY OF. 1340. Iriah Whisky, MqnongafcelaWHlskyj RijctUlodWhleky IloUand Oin, Domestie do. A...

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. — 25 January 1860

VOLtnviE 8. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25. 1860. NUMBER 132. PRINTED and published by C0[PBBIjIi & M'DERMOT, ,vtelhgkscer BDHBIXOS, y. L.oimtrnf (/rtiney and Main-Sis. TERMS: pi;;r. (l,_r mail. jwTAblc In adnwce,l- .$5,00 C, the (P?7?'->le <? the Carriers,;. ..... io ^?WnHv.uim-rear,payable in wWanos,) 3,00 AtlTertiaing done on reasonable terms. All ailiertissments from a distance, or from transient city cnsloMon, must In: paid in advance. 'INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? IS TUB ? IXCJRPOUATLD 1S13?CHARTER PERPFTUAL. /? vTaih Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. w,7K a *rurj.Ls or $5<uvJS7 8S. .And th?pre*ti:jeuf 3b years success and experience. Asieti, January 1, 1858. in band. * Depositee iu ilnrtrdiluiiks]?&13.123 69 Cub ia transit and Ageutsjhands, 1?6,?572 05 tf^nevdu* the Co., .-ecured by M^rt^age.... 5,415 04 Rc?l Estato unincumbered 47,053 42 tili? Receivable 1*5,177 18 MARKET VALCK. 102 Bonds 6,7 ? 10perct.intere3t^nnunlly,$102.0...

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. — 25 January 1860

ailg giiicUigeiicev CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ! 08 EPIT0I1S AND PR0PIHBT<5RB. TUHMS.?Dailt, delivered incitj, per week. 10 rontj i D ult, by mail, in advance- $5.00 "W H' EE LTN G : ~ ~ "Wednesday Morning; Jan. 25, 1860. CnHlna IT. C lav'n Spcrch. 1Jbo:?itJlliry for this speech exceeds any thing ot the kind that we have experienced for innnv a day. We printed a large milli bar of extra copics, but not one was left afte?_the_ day succeeding its publication. Our friends who are writing us from all qtmrttrs for copies, will please consider tbis an answer to their communications.? Cincinnati Gazette, of yttttrday. Our case is something like that of the Gazette's. We were not able to supply the unexpected demand for the great speech yesterday. But we will on Thursday, in our IFVrWy, print several hundred extra copies, with which-we hope to supply all those who were disappointed i 11 getting copies yesterday. While a gold pen peddler was alone j and sick in bed in' bis room in Memphis, ...

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. — 25 January 1860

? crgcst Cironlasitm of any I'apor in " Western Virgiaia.-;. i ; jjae-'day Morning-, Jan. 25,18S0. ] ivBLOPBS t ES v';iops'j1 ! . -j:;.: rLViji'1.1 fine lot cf ??ira quality i.?. !<. which will to in the bat ntvle, < CAMPnKtt * M DE?MOT, J I.imjslky Ixstjtlth.?Tiie second; iii li of this Institution wiil commence | :!ie If! MoWdnv in February next. 3t J r?f The ili-ECTfOX:?Below we give the i .I vote of the election for genera} o/li- I .jf :!ic city, the majorities and the' abcrs of council c-l i ot: ~ r? T- 5 ? ? - >? 73 > ~ M.tyor. :::::: ...l::s ll2 l?5 234 2-tU 38 -'./'n.-oa I0l M II3 I4?5 2l8 40 fr'.tsiircr. U*. I[arding..230 173 3j2 370 447 B3 Si; f -iiif. ,.,.,,1,1 ir?7 l-i:; mo 20u 19G 68 "well 40 -3 73 119 221 1' "" * 1 2 0 31 27 2 JrrcrT.r.l*.! 1 1 4 18 9 1 Clark. 134 82 154 27-1 273 56 rrisoVi 51 **2 134 94 1Gi -5 j'ioi 04 U 5 5 13 2 till : .'lost1-, K,Milton 125 55 178 114 200 37 ^ers 123 llo 120 203 200 40 {i /* Works. 213 130 223 270 213 72 ..Vfe? 34 33 173...

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. — 25 January 1860

J. X. SCOTT, Ko. 1ST Main Street, lVHEBLINfi, V A TYhoxesale am> Beta it Duum w Watches, Clocks, Waiola & Clock Material*, Toole, Olnsses, Ac. SILVER PLATED 4 BRITANIA WARE, GOLD & Silver Spectacles, Gold Pens and Poncils, Porte Monaies, Pursos, Card Canes, Cabas, Work Boxes, Brushes, Combs, Perfumeries, Fancy Soaps, Pocket Knives, Scissors, Razors, Revolvers, Pistols, Germsn 811 ver & Plated Spectacles, Spoons and Porks, Regalia, Silk Guard*, Steel Kayo, Steel Pens, Jet and Coral Goods, and a general aasortmnet of useful and fanoy articles. Having lately added rery largely to my stock. both In the Wholesale and Retail departments, onables me to'offer to WATCHMAKERS, MERCHANTS, PEDLARS, Aand the public generally, a rery completo assort ment at the lowest prices. Watched and Clocks caroftilly repaired and \rarrajite<I. apP/59 3?mt?e Lianors. TTrE ARK NOW RECEIVINQ AND KEEP VV constantly on hand a supply of the following Liquors, to which we desire to call the attent...

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. — 26 January 1860

VOLUMES NUMBER 133 WHEELIKG, YA.,THUItSD4Y MOJ^-NG, JANUARY 26, 1860 imuvju i> ,&>t> vvmsiwt by, _i CAIIFBELL & M'DERMOT, iriTKIiWKEXCER BUILDI2VGS, /?* J.\ cnr/V/ of Qm'My diitt Ifuin-au. 'V IC K -iVI ? : mny*{*>> n,v"b!o in advance, i?1.. $5.00 liv ill? Vi tok. {payable to the C:uaiei*.10 frMYceklv.(per year. payable in advance.)^ C,03 / ?' Advertising done on reasonable terms. .MI p.dvc'rf5?emenVsfroOnadLstanco.orfrorii transient ritv customers, roust bo paid inadyanco. ?I NSURAICE, Choice First Class Insurance INCORPORATED 1810?CHARTER PERPETUAL. ^5^CjujhCax*:t!*l?l?00i),(Kfy, ab^lute and unimpaired. with a STiti-i us of $G00,3S7 88. Amltheprcitlgeof So years ?ucco=s and experience. Assets, January 1, 1859. Cwh in hmd-i Deposits in HartfdBau&tf,$31S,123 GO Ctuh in transit and A^entajiitmds, 1UC,S72 05 3Ja:if.v due the Co., secured by Mortgage.... 5,41S 04 iicil unincumbered 47,f?53 -42 liillj Ilecoivabio .'10,177 IS MARKET VALUE. 1 ?2 riondst',7 i lCpe...

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. — 26 January 1860

jgaitrjntcUrgcntei: CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, ' " EDITOBS AND PB0PBIET0B8. V-"*. i^iafeaaggg ?egaaaeBgSs:h> ' W H E E lT? : Thursday Morning. Jan. 26,1860. Our W.em*- and 3Ir" Speech. Our IFceWy will go to press to-dny at ? ton o'clock, and ns it will contain the great speech of Cassius M. Clay, published in our Daii'j of Tuesday, we will print an extra edition of several hundred copies.? Several persons on Tuesday, were disap pointed either in not gettiug as many co pies as tbey wanted, or in not getting any at all. Those persons and all others, we will be iblc to supply to-day. We pub lished this specch, not as a matter of pe cuniary proBt to ourselves, but simply and only because we believed that it would ac complish a great deal of good, and in or der to make it available to the utter most, in that way, we will to-day fur nish it by the dozen, for a very small trifle over the cost of the white paper on which it is printed. "We know of no political document of recent date, that...

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. — 26 January 1860

v Largest Circulaticn pf any Paper in B " Western Virginia. XJI Thursday Morning, Jan. 26,1860. .^vviioPKs: estvslopbs:i?av? I'l la" Jih: receive I a fine lo'- cf ;?tra quality cn . which will lie wh'ii m the I,on ?tvle. CAMPBELL* MDERMOT, ' {.ijV-Li.vDSLEV Ixst;tote.?The sccond .-?ssion of this Institution v.-ill commence r.i the 1st Monday in February next. 3t j?jy-\rnu.\'E3.\'Esi>AYv Maqeet.?The de Miti'ul weather of the past few days ren iers a trip to market before breakfast, a plea sunt recreation before commencing ihe operations of the day in heated shops ind business house*; consequently, yes terday market for.ud every body on band, rjaily to lav iu a stock of edibles. Potn [Ki brought IS els. peck; Apples in rither precarious condition were selling far 10 cts.: sound apples sold at 25@30 cts. -.1 peck, according to quality: Turnips 10 ?g peck: Beets 15 peck; Cranberries 15 cts. quart; Dried Apples C cts.; do punches 10 cts.: Cutter sold fast at 18@20 c;?. V "j: '-imi '2 ...

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. — 26 January 1860

(Selected for tlio Intelligencer.J Depth of an Infant. ' Death fonnrt etrongfi bcxnty on the cliorab brow. And tU?bc*l it out- There w.v? a tint ofruse, . pn cheek and lip;?ha touch?l the v?;n? with ice, And the row ffalo 1. Forth frjto tite?o blue cjoj . There epsks a irliWu! tonil-rneti.?adimbt .Whether to grieve or aiebjf. which innocenco -Alone cjui wear. . Willi ruthie.i ha.le, ho bvand The aUkeu spring of thoJr.curt-iinoJ lid? - Forever. Thero iivl been ji murniuring: sounil. With which the'bAhi* w'utild fcirirnt it " ni >Ihf*r'u eir, Ohtrminj her even to to *r<. Trie spoilorset . .Hisse^l of trluuco. But therebenno.1 a emilo, Bo fixed and holy froul the ui u-bio brow:? Death eazed and loll it there;?he tiered not ctoAi, The uignit King of Heaven. When Lord Xelsou fought his great bat tle in the Sound, it wits the rc4Ult nlons ' which decided whether he wnsHo kiss a hand at court, or a rod at u court-mar tial. We hare just hard of an economical man wlio always lakes his ...

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. — 27 January 1860

VOLUME 8 NUMBER 134 WHEELING, YA., FRIDAY MORN'INC JANUARY '27, ISUO. V; 1NTI t> AND ITIiUmED IJY CiJ^PESLL & M'DEHMOT. sriLDijrcjs, jV. iL o i r.rr nf $u:nc&. atr.l 3Uin-Stf. T liJ Iv 7-.I i=> : , .... .1.,. VVK\\ J>tv;?;>ie in :i Ivan/oA?.. $o.O? , ."lie tt>?.k. 'p.tyafrfc r?. thcGaniera). 1 -.v/i*!;!v. fperyvar. payable hi inivancci) 3,0 Advertising d .no oji ivasonnbie terms. \1! r? V?e;ti'erik'nt.s from nd!?tr?nenorfri>jn transient _.... bej^M in advance. I T-r s TT 5 A 7'T c E . Choice First Cbss IhSumiice ? IN THE ? r*~:;K ^ Caj'i'r.l I:,**)' '?dttfeand unimpaired ?. .->:i.ri.J.r ; }???"/ bH. .111 i,r- veHrs succe-a and c-perience. Asfiti*-, January 1, 1S.5S. in Ii'iii'i ? "Vj'-' iio= Ilwtf o ??\l-o Oil c;::, ?? u-.v. *;* i A :j -a *, ruidi. lCti>72 05 M.uv ti'.lr t.V by iiurtg*ge.... v.4li-icl j..; li ? I't-'iT': iwCiCJ 11 .(?:?> 42 iUwti wne oO I77 ;rv::K..i v.vll':;. 1 7.'.in per c*. interest annuaUy $lo2,0? u ?iO , : clc 5<,iiC00 ; ? ...

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. — 27 January 1860

nilg fntcIUgenm; CAMPBELL & M'DJSltMOT, EDITORS AND PBOFMETOB5. io?n" iuttT. bv m?a. Id -**>w Tw-WOTtT, by ?aU, In adnuice, S,uO Weesly, by m*U> iP advapc^r- ?__ WHEELiy*-*: Friday Morning. Jan. 27,1859. Wanted?A Lame, BHod or Cheap Xlgger. The Union newspaper having called the attention of the Legislature to the fact that persons hereabouts, and elsewhere, ?wore circulating Helper's book among "3do-slaveholdiug whites," (we think this ?was in 'their issue of Dec. 21st.) we understand that a company of persons arc organizing here for the purchaseof a cheap Jfeger?cither a.yonng one, a lame one, or n blind one?something cheap?the only object being to become nigger owners, and thus secure the liberty of speech, the press, and the liberty to read whatever you want to. It is estimated that a nigger of some sort can be had for about five hundred dollars, and a trifling outlay of that sort for a couple or three hundred persons, clubbed together, is as nothing when compared with ...

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. — 27 January 1860

jailngateiUgcnm'1 Lnr'OEt Circulation of any Paper in I ' Western Virginia. Friday ilorning. Jail. 27, 1860. ,'vsVEI OPKs: EXT*3,~we j' j, (w jus: recoived n 11m.' lot rf c-im quality cn . which win 1*> ' in the Ijp-t stvte, CAilPBSLL 4 M'DElllIof, Jjjgf-CITY Cocscil.?The first meeting of the new Council was lield yesterday. There were seventeen members present. Tlie Clerk rend the returns of tlie election fur general officers of tlie city and mem bc:i i)f Council, anl those receiving the Jsr?eil vote were declared elected. The members of Council were then sworn by tlie .M.ivcr. They 9W0re individually and j collectively, that t:icv had not fought any ! dael lately, naJ solemnly promised not to ' ,;0 ,;o during thcis term of office. They j ?:l promised to support the Constitution of the Uniied States. What with the oaths j oi' the Councilmcn, Aldermen, general ' officers, and (heir respective securities, liie afternoon was pretty much taken up willi "enssiu." On motion of Mr. Pan...

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. — 27 January 1860

ui) | tblilipst;" EJitors of t\t rate, l-gtnur: Sim:?la lbe I t- t:m ? or ths late .dr. W.lliiim 11. Bi'-hanan I loaned, "|?B Plurality of Worlds," a work of miicbabtl itv, utilerUkiog to shoiv mat the oJj" stir-system* mid our i.Utnetory worlds tr-rs ast i?U*bitsl. W:.en he rctnrncd m. tJe boji, ths t">nowin?' re il and beau tiful pi'im i:i?3r-lJivcJ ia it- ? 3;ni it to yoa for publication, Uoinj t.ie paper ill WjiC'.l 50 ill "ty of illi pr.J-l0JUJU31 It) '??-J their uppsannce. lis w '3 a ;n in c0'"" ai l;rtble rsidinj. a wjil-br.-d sjntipw in and pjja.-sjji a lias ju?J cmuvaisa l.ujy. Tlie Stars. Thtnk you-th ho gloriotw orbsabavo, There r ?'lhi5 un. In T2?rV b ? J-? !!j*j ?:?t i- x'jve T > tl jsjr.it* o-.ir nU it J TV:n'c V ?n, the myri; I -*rara thii robe, i'.io <;??;:r.i ?' "?* n!c >i Ho w , Shine b it nil '?ll,ov,jB O/eir.h tiAiiiiVci: T.iivc V1-4 v . I :i???? w:? i irplni day*, M -I i Me ? *P i Form iIji-mh-t Al.iae.unr a ir'.cuyji v.v;* Think y ?'.i. I'-J- i i &g...

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. — 28 January 1860

WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2S. ISO0 YOLUME 8 135. i'MNTKD AND I'UIILISIIED BY CAHPBELL & M'DERMOT, IJfTKWilGBKCBR BUILDINGS) X. E. tvnirr of Qitincy ami Muin-SU. TERMS': pilly.pv W?M?lu ?<I?aiicc,). ^5,00 Br t'jio Wnk, (l?jraUo l? Cnrrlors,). jq XrMVccfcly. (i?er ji-ar.iwyalile In Rilvanc?,)....;.... 3,00 ayAdr'-TlirinRiIonot.n maonnbta 1mm. All ?lrtrtl*n?m? from aillstnoco, or from translont rilj raitonier*. must t'O |vU.l !n advance. lI N S U R A N C E . Choice Fii*st Class Insurance ? in tub ? IXOOKWRATiSD 1810?CHARTER PEKPFTUAJ^1 / vCasliC?iplUl*$!,03ft,000, absolute ami uiitmjiaircd. W|Tlil V STSPLL'd oF $5t ?0.387 88. And lla prestige of 38 years success and experience. Assets, January 1, 1858. 0a<!i in haw!, A lN?po-ltc* in ILartf dllanks,$348,123 GO l in tr.m-it and Agentsjhands, 16<;,S72 05 iloiicy iluc tlie Co., ncctired by Mortgage,... 5,418 04 K&d K-tate unincumbered 47.053 42 Bill* Kccuivable . 35,177 18 M\UKirr vai.uk. Kr2BowkC. 7 Jt lOpe...

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. — 28 January 1860

(aUg intelligence* CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, V EDITORS AND PROFBIGTOB3. 10 g Dailt, br mail, in adTmnce- -^V'rJ, T*l-W?Jtir, by m?fl, in advance- S.J* Weekly, by mail, madTaiicoy..? *T W H E E X. I N G : Saturday Morning. Jan. 28,1860. The article on "?'Philology," which we publish on our first page, is well worth reading. ^ The lottery system in Maryland will ho broken up bvthe "new code" adopted by the Legislature. Delcware appears to be the only state which braves public opinion iu this matter, and there gambling is en couraged to build churches. Tns Committee in our House of Dele gates, to whom had been committed the resolution to consider the need of stricter lairs on the adulteration of liquors, ha\ e expressed the conviction that it is impos sible to prevent the admiration of liquors. Mr. Foruoy is pleased with Senator Crit tenden's last speech. In his paper he says "But we are glad to thank him for what he has done. He has done it bravely and done it well. Will he repeat it i...

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. — 28 January 1860

T west CirciUation of any Paper in iV ?"Western Virginia.ni_ti cirarlay Morning, Jan. 28, 1880. ti-'V t^-Tns Present Police System.?We ,,vc been satisfied for a longtime back, sit there was something wrong with the ,?iice arrangements of this city. We do i belief* it to he the fault of the gentle lln'i! 'I,e he!ld 0f thj P?!lCe' bUt ?f tbe m jtself, which very -ueagcrly pro ?j' fl>rt:,e protection of the persons aud 1'ropertv of our citizens. For iustance, h? syucm only allows us in this city, lainiinga population of twenty-five thou i'id the naniher of six officers, who- nt* ..,a to*U the duties, both civil and crimi "j'l nnil are not unfrequently engaged in "roiecutins business relating exclusively J'.', the commonwealth. These men, one fnr cftCu ward, are engaged during the day their duties, and at night, being only 1'uBwn.ll.ey go to bed like common peo ,le aad the citizens are left at tbe inercy !'f the hundred or so rowdies, with which '? js infected. We have known many ran...

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