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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 28 January 1860

The Dead Church. IIY CHARLES KINGS LKT. "Wild, wild wind, wilt thou never coasc thy sighing? ; I)arlc, dark night, wilt thou never wear away? . Cold, cold church, in thy death sleep lying, Thy Lent.is past, thy Potion here, but not thino 'Easter day. Peace, faint heart, though the night he dark and sighing Beit, lair corpse, where thy Lord himself hath lain; Weep, dear Lord, where thy bride is lying; " Thy tearseluill wakeher frozen limbs to lifoandliealth ? again. NORA. "BY SARAH BUCIjLY CLKMSIETt. Ifora is dying, as well no the year, And inino Is tlie sad sweet task To smooth her pillow and sit by her siile, And tell what her soil eyes ask. The tresses over lily fingers glide As I braid her long brown hair, And twine it around hrr queenly brow Ere the death-damp settles there. Norn is dying?is leaving the world? la passing out to tho night, The ono brief night that lies between us? And the morn of eternal light. Nora is dying, but I um calm, I willingly lot her go? It is not best ...

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. — 30 January 1860

NUMBER 136 WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MORNING, JANUAR1 30, 1860, VOLUME 8 PlUXTtB AND i'iuilLISIIED BY ' CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, 1STEI.LIGGKCE11 BVILDIKeg, JV'. e. corner of Quiney and Main-Sit. TEKMS: D.iilj-.(l>y ni'ill pajrablo in ixlvnncc,).- 46,00 Ilr tlir Week, f|?} ?I)lo to tlio Orriura.). 10 TrMVeekly. (p?r year, payable In 3,00 Ailrertiaing di>p? on rauouable ternu. All iulvertl?emonta from a dlyitnnce, or from transient jity customer*. must be jmld in wlranee. ??????? 'INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? lit tot ? IXCOHl'OKATJBD 1619?CHARTER PERPFTUAL. j*5y-Ca?h Capital $1,000,000, ab?dut* and unimpaired. with a bTRPLUS OF $50<v$S7 68. And tli* prsstigsof S3 years success and experience. Assets, January 1, 1859. Cub Id hand, & Deposited in Hartf d Bajiks.$348,123 69 Ctsh in transit andAgentsJIinndd....... 160,872 05 Money due the Co., secured by Mortgage,... 5,418 04 Real Estate unincumbered 47,653 42 IJilU Receivable 35,177 18 MARKET TALUK. 102Bonds6,7*10pe...

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. — 30 January 1860

i!* ku? wh-BB L'TN O r l^n^y'ifforniiig, Jan. 30,1^80." W? subjoin the . following paragraph ? tptciraen of th? kind'of writing? that 'dis tinguishes that print now-a-days: r - ? ^ X-.-j ? ribaTd "article on Southern men or a ...? on Southern institutions, employ* only ' white slaves, having never evinced, ffoni the fool moment of its birth to tjie pres ent putrid hour of its summer-tide corrup ? tion, a single atom of practical sympathy -with the negro race, or, in point or met, I with men of any color. The senior pro prietor, Horace Greeley, came to New ' York from Vermont, about thirty years ^ago, a" tow-headed, slab-sided Jonathans fro?a what cause it baaprocegded, seems to?have complexly:'^sscsaed our ^iph raond cotempomty theseTli^ter days. The ,cOtnmou adjefi^es Thnf ^expletives have grown tame, anl^o.^thgj/force, somclow, in the estimatiooof'tbe Ditva^ and.it uijdersYoo.i'a^taking our cotemporary to .ttaskfor having no peculiar love for Qrce Jjy or. his .paper, for we confes...

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. — 30 January 1860

^ *gr ? btednlotaep^*'fair Paper in ??> ^avse^ivSn Virginia. ?** - utrUigwrr ?r?mlav Morning, Jan. 30, 1860. KXVBI.OP8S : J?We VKI-OPBS ?d ,?? lot of e;;lra qOBUty b hav? ii'irhnlU bo priutsa ?n tho best style, ??l>e* whlch WU1 CAMPBEL1, ft M'DEltMOT, cb?P- , M j 1 Jtg-THB Drunks.?There was nothing i ..fnrc the policc courts on Saturday, ex w,vi mention these eases. They are so ,.morons and so common, that it would h. ti,e same old story from day to day.? Vet every one of these off caste of misery, hal his or her history. There is the grey he,ded old man, his life is nearly done.? IIe left the bright dreams and joyous an ticipations of youth, to go forth and tempt t;,c fortunes of a troublesome world. He huS passed through all the "ups and downs," the bright and the dark places of life bat missed, in life's decline, the goal towards which all youthful and manly ef fort is dire-ted?an old age of peace^und competency. Now, perhaps, the very hopefulness of his prospects, the bitt...

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. — 30 January 1860

r (? m Remlnlicena?> , hi ?r n. CHAT f'bsds*. 'Tmel ttioo tui .nlclii In thy aplondor. With tho old nil to I once lored lo "le; And I thought of Uis pas-Jon an tender \Th!cb in youth 1 had (Choriihcd for the*. WitlaS ?&*nge, wild emotion 1 at.arted, w A^tiiat once beloved form glided by, ?' For tbe Rhort of an old lore .Jcparted t5 .WMterealed in" the (leoceuf thine eyel Ones tro dnnud th*t no abaence could wein us? ,Th*tWir,l??rt? wore aa flxolaa tho pole* But it dark gulf ofyeara rolled between na, And left its cold chill on our aonla. Ahl thMj sweet suramer d iyi at .old wJutwd, They shall aralleon UJ twain ner.r more; I woii'd give all tlie fame ut my manhood , S YOT one thrill of that p ueion of yore! Tho" long ynn had plated ere I met thee, (Ah. years that neeni ajp?J of woe!; I knew thou couldst ne?er.fjrget mo. I And thofluab on thy cheek told ma to. 1 knew, tho' thy marriage misfit yield thee A rich, yellow harreit of gold. All tho wealthof tie w >ri.i cjuld uat s...

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. — 31 January 1860

CAKTPBEL-L&^ri^^^OT^ AT. ?? cnmer of Quincy and Jlain-SU. ? - T B3 j*!lr,(by mail, payable in advimce, .46,00 jij tbo 10 XrMVetklj, (p?ryear,payable in advanco,)-....... 3^)0 fff a iiTBrtirink jfca?.<m' reaionable terms.! All adrertisementa from a distance, or from transient city caitomere, must be paidlo advance. ~~7i N SUR ANCjr Choice First Class Insurance i* *?.*.? .... ? incorporated 1819?CHAJlTJia fEBPjpTUAL. ??? . .. iygrCuhCapital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. WITH A STRPLUS or $506,387 88. And the prtdtigoof 38 years success and experience. Assets, January 1, 185 8. Cub in liand, &Depoaltcsin-llartPd IIaiiks,$348,123 69 Ca*li in transit and AgontsSbandft, 100,872 05 Jlooeydue the Co., secured by Mortgage,... 5,418 01 Real Estate unincumbered 47,653 42 BUI- Keceirable ............. 35,177 18 MARK8T TALUK. 102Bonds0,7?10perct.interest^uinually,$102,000 00 C57 Shares Rail QoadStGck, 1,448 00 50 u Connecticut lUm Co. Stock 1,250 00 50 " Stafford Bank " 5,000 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. — 31 January 1860

0*1 or two books have just been receiv ed, which we think, if not original, are at least picturesque and piquant breaks into the monotonous flood of our literature.? The first is McCtintock'. narrativr. of Am ..arch for Sir John Franklin. We, who hare read the long history of these hapless expeditions in search of the missing Bailors from day -to day, in the papers, side by side with the prosy details of price Cur rents and politics, scarcely can realise the intense element of romance, which elevates the whole story out of the region of our every day life. A century hence, it will appear invested with as shadowy a ?splendor of poetic meaning ns the crusades, or tEe pilgrimage of the Israelites to their promised land. Call this a prosaic age!? The story Wbas in .it material for an epic-poem Bach as no poet now living can comprehend to paint. The parting fleets, despatched by the great nations of the world on a quest more high and pure than that of Arthurs' knights in search of the Ho...

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. — 31 January 1860

| iS Tuesday Morning, Jan. 31,1800? 1"^VBI?0JPE:SI KNVKI.O)?H8:ri-wi ?j h&vu jnst rocxrfreU a fine lot of er'ira quality ei* ..JopM, which *111 t? jprlol*"l, in tlia bmt rtyle, cUoaV- OAMPflKLL * M'DBIIHor, jjg^-VAtSKTiNBS' Day ia coming <trotjnd; ngain, arid in Obedience to_the long estab lished custom, the shop wiudows are full of caricatures of various kiudsand descrip tions. 8@r0s Moxdav ^t.vT, Baldwin, Balt zell, Church and Mounts, charged with the murder of Frederick .Mans, atTriadelphiaj will have a hearing before the County Court. Sist to Jaii,.?William Cnrtis, known chiefly from an ungovernable desire, which stall times possesses liim, to pick up such little things as he can lift, wandered into the culinary department of the Metcnlf House yesterday, and proceeded to make himself at home. Upon being detected William was very insulting in his remarks, and he was immediately captured by a couple of the attache** of the House and dragged down to Aid. Wright's, whence he ...

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. — 31 January 1860

The Bridal Veil. "j ?0 : / WeYcmarried, they say, and yon think you have Well, take this white veil from 'my bead and look JSerefti matterto vex you, and matter to gr|?ye you, ?Here'sdoubtto distrust you, and faith to bjHnrtrejrou? I am all as you-soe, common earth, common dew; . Bewary,*pd mould me to ro^es, not meI Ah, abake oat the filmy thing, fold after fold, And see if yon hare me to keep and to hold? V * liook doceun ray heart?see the wont of itaainning? It is not yonra to-day for the yesterday's winning? :. JThe pasMs not mine?Lam too proud to borrow? Ton must grow to new heights if I love yon to-mor row. i We're married I Tpi pUghted to hold up your praises, As the tori at yonr feet does its handful of daisies; That way lies my honor?my pathway of pride. But mark yon, if greener graas grow either side, Were married! Oh pray that onr love do not fail I I have wings flattened, down and bid under my ??' They ere subtle as light, you can never undo th? veil: i era, Nay, call me...

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. — 1 February 1860

-L <<? V,- >??? *' y iliutvfH .*fr; ^fwTT ,v - *ivr *1 > 3'ft I MitS'lWA jjfli V<iI.l'nvtK ?.' - f WrtEEHKG, \V KDNESJUV MORNfXG. FEBRUARY.!. 1SOO. NUMBER 13S. jV. V. <r>rtitr of Quincy and Muiv-SU. -- rr-iE p^lT.(l).v-mill. gaygl.!? In advance,). _.,...1_4>5,09 I!y the trrefc.fp?jral>!?t? <k4QuMn<)i.i.?.:.f., 1(j Tri-W*ekly, (peryear.|?jaM? in a-lranco.)..'. 3,00 jeQ-AilrattUingdor&diijrolLdrillflcii'Aiu... { \ AUndvcrttenimts from a<y?tancp,or from transient #;frOT??mers, nrtwl-ne jnridin achrmicei1^'J TrilJSPjRA .n ceT ChoiceJirsfcCIass Insurance -r- lS TffB?r. . l.SCOlU'OlLAXiWi wv?CllAUrULi iMiRPFTUAL. i^-Casli Capital*.?],000,0u0, ab adute ami unimpaired vi7u a STr.vLu* of $SvG,;i$7 8S. Airi the prestige of y3. y?:u*s success and experience. .. As^^ January X, 1S5S. C?h in hnn?K'.fe WpViteVih lfa'rtf dltai:i;s$34K,123-69 Oii'li inu-aij. it and Agontagicuids, ? llitj.872 05 M-uif.v ut?e the Co.. .-euttcoi by Mortgage,... ?,41K 04 I'.eal E...

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. — 1 February 1860

\tmtt CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, BDITOBS jUn> PBOFEIETOBS. rKKMS.?Diiir, delireredtndty, per weak, 10 eenfa Paiit, by advance, 44,00 . T T?-W?*n.T, bjrmaa,in?dT?nc?r-..~ #,00 TVxkxlt, by maa, Inadrance- JjOu ;' W I-I E E L I N G : 'Wednesday Morning1, Feb. 1,1880. Wz have oace or twice alluded to the .'fffect of the atmosphere of different lati tudes upon the political sentiments of pcr ions, and we have heretofore conclusively ihown that men's opinions upon matters >f public policy, are more or less governed iy. the location into which they are thrown n a business. way.-.- We know' of a nj'an iffio left this section, not long since fully jnbiied with a love for his native North, lut still .a man of liberal and moderate pinions, and a lover of the whole Union, ffow be is writing scurrillous prose and rile doggerel for a Georgia paper, in which le abuses his native heath with an ingrat tftae and. baseness that is positively appal log. We have known men to come to his city from Ne...

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. — 1 February 1860

pail lutelligcum Fab. 1.1800. ^==^rn?ES! ENVSIOPH'J : <?W*| I i.tVEI"O*" flne jot uf <._.ra quality eu I'j te? i- ,^1, oe vrt-tKI ill tho bwt style, . ,jV*> which CAJIPBKLL 4 M'DJSttHOl', j 8 KCO N U S ?ASl 0 JM' ? "l N Si TOTIO W ? fSESEU on tU. flmt Monday^of ^February ??: , Foot Game.?William George , vc7in Marshall county, and when at home, play3 * Pretty Kood C0Untry gamC f drar.- poker, but is not familiar with the jnodcrn advantages of the game. He e t0 town on Saturday, and was in vited to stick his legs under a table with oroe old sports, who most to congregate !hont a Main street 'tavern. Mr. George . , aii the time. He thought it very ill \ but said nothing, except that he boa'abt the duck a small one, and his funds being exhausted, he jumped up sud JenlV and quit l,ie KnIue- As be vacttted " L:hair and passed out from the table, he observed that the gentleman who sat oppo *.[[ lisd himself drawn up into a heap in '' most singular and uneasy manner. Mr. George lo...

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. — 1 February 1860

r^L.i w! IVJi ?IE LAST. T Thpnirlvl know.I drank not first Ofyodrl'iva^ brlfftitTmatain burst, Tet I grleva not for the pu:. Kgjfotw^p i*tr "v ?t fciy fl.iS tJieirjojL; In tha bunTTore-?r a b >V ? t ?- ?.csxxjmtttibii tUir it.'iic&veir*harotrtoiu . ? 4 XH-icIplfned utidpuriHr 1. Snch n? briTingatoriii and blast; titfc* Co.me atUiC , . - There are .brut? ntoreialr than mlao? t ' B)ro< Afm.Yp bBtt'ItcliTn'^ hTiImo? Other m ?ro in truth. . Forth? of yonr youth? % > ) Ddrtli?!r$r*:i<-'#a/' eiiiirtrftpvtj yjuwul surely lore? me List. Winfa^ny yoatWtmrner time Find a 1 ?ve In every clime ? rr T? ^UOfTfn r^r r t .. . ii/&alfoiev&?itay,-vdar fUght; ? For I kn ??r nrhon nil hput, ?oa irili.cjme i j juo ai la*tv viWu (HiWiP an I lltttrrai r ?a will. Though you tarry louj and late; P.-ize jT"ur ?pciu.x-till it Do put, yatfr-tylyfrwiUfUfl.; ; , ~ ?r.T::ftc;o'rr, Xo. X5I Jiain Street, W1I.E ELING, VA. ? Whoit^alb ax? Retail Uralsk xir Watches, Clocks, Jevrelr/y- V/atolx &...

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. — 2 February 1860

NUMBER 139. t&ME'DERMOT, we*, > J T p,il/.(bj awil,payable 'n advance,). .44.00 Jty t'lie \VmIV(p?.viU.1c ti U.qCamer4A.i. Jo TrI-Weekly, (par year, payable In ndvance.) 3,00 A'lTcrtiiing dope on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient I city custojnersJn^'li?iKiIdJn advance. BA NCE~ Choice First Class Insurance | ? IK T II e ? ixcojirpKf^V peiipftijal. //yCash Capital $1,000,000, alwdr.te and unimpaired. with a strpluj or f000087 88. Ami the prcstigeof 33 y?ara smrcews mid exjmricnce. Assets, January 1, 1858. Ca<b ia lioiui,& lJeptfdte>Jn_lIartrdRnnks?34$,123 69 Cosh iu transit and Ageuts?hauds, 100,872 05 Jloney due the Co., scoured by Mortgage,... 5,418 OA Jle.il Estate unincumbered 47,053-42 Receivable . 35.177.13 MARKET VALUE. l(?BowlsG.7*10perct.ijiterc?t,aniiuaUy,$102.0<K) ?K) C57 Shares Ilail Quad StCck,"......... 51.140 00 5u Connecticut River Co. Stock 1.250 00 5b u Stafford JlanK " 5.0; >0 00 50 " Waterbnry Bank ?? 5,...

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. — 2 February 1860

|h?Hg Jf stelHgen^rt CAXPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITORS AKD PROPRIETORS. week, 10 c?nli Dxilt, bjr mail, in tduuce,? .*5,00 XB-WiniT, by bmU. h?4niie*~ *.<*> Wixklt, by ?n, in advance,?- 1,00 ~ W *t E E L I NT Thursday Morning, Feb. 2,1860. , 14SPITB the overweening anxiety which the Hon. John M. Botts shows to compass * nomination to the Presidency, he is n man to be admired and respected. lie is always manly, fair and truthful in what ever he writes and speaks, and this is saying a great deal for a man that speaks und writes so intolerably much as he does. Some days ago he invited qnite a num ber of his political friends in both Honsc3 of our Legislature, to come out to his bouse and hear him read a paper which ho had prepared on the signs of the times.? It seems that he had been before rehearsing the views which, he substantially expres sed in the pape*, to numbers of his friends as he met with them from time to time, and that these friends struck ?with the clearness and just...

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. — 2 February 1860

jajlg gittflMpwrj* Largest Circulation of any Paper in ?^' Western Virginia. Thursday Morning, Feb. 2. I860. Vi vVELOPES ? BSVBlOraS : J?w* r/haru just received a line lot of eztn quality en "Mnes. which will Iks *>riitc-J in the best style, e"??T' OAMPBKfiL * M'DKItMOT, lisslbv institute. filllE SKC-JND SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION I wjji commence on the flrat Monday of February riit; ftbi-iw. {g$?A Female Thief.?Officer Lancas ter last night arrc3tcd a young woman from somewhere down the river, for steal ing various articles from the houses of Adam Blum, .Rev. Mr. Dodge and Mrs. Lechner, of Centre Wheeling. The young woman was employed iu the house of the latter named person, and the first offence with which she is charged was committed suine weeks ago, but only recently detect 5,1. She was taken before Aid. Wright Riid committed to answer. The yonng woman surrendered the articles stolen, consisting of a silk dress, a shawl or two, jewelry, &c. She pleads poverty in exten ua...

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. — 2 February 1860

iufw fttteftigeuccv. Buried To-day. BY MISS ML LOCII. Buried' to-day. When the soil green hnds are burtting out, r ..And up on the south wind comes a shuut '"Of Tillage boys and girls at play * In the mild spring evening grtr. ?'? ? Taken away Sturdy of heart and (tout ofliinb, From eyes that drew half their lightfrum liini, ? " And put low, low, underneath the clay, In his spring?on this spring day. Passes away All the pride ot hoy-lire begun, All the hope of lifo yet to run; ? . I 5 Who dares to question when: One saith "Nay." Murmur not?only pray. Sntere to-day Another body in churchyard sod, CT "A *7 Another squl orf thd llfein God. t - iniChrist-wos bnried?and lives nlway; ? Trust him. and go your way. up Stairs, ^by. Steam.?The* Avenue Hotel 1ms a. ear .1/1- which the boarders are to be raised by steam to the different floors. It niust prove Valua ble tp some Men/ particularly late in the evening."?Prao. Jburuat. There is prospect of a brush between our country and Peru. The P...

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. — 3 February 1860

, FEBRUARY 3. 1860. NUMBER 110. VOLUME 8. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ,STEI.LIGBSCER BCILD1KGS, .V. ?. corner of Quittey and ilain-Sli. ? TERMS: pailjin adranco,). ^00 Hj the Week. 9 thoOrrieni,)., ? 10 TrMVeeW.v, (per year,payable In ad ranee,) 3,00 43- Advertising dune on reasonable tenni. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient eity emtomcrf, must be (aid in adrance. Tin s u r a n c e . Choice First Class Insurance ? I 2f I II s ? INCORPORATED 1S19?CIIAIlTElt PliRPFTUAL. Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. WITH a 8TUPLUS of $500,387 88. And ths prestige of 88 years success and- experience. Asset*, January 1, 185 8. Cs?h In hand,A Deposltes in IlartfdlJaiiks JCWS,123 09 Cs*li in transit and Ageutfi?iHtn<ls, 10G,b72 05 Menu v duo the Co., Kccured by Mortgage,... 5,43 S 04 ileal Estate unincumbered 47,053 42 Bills Receivable -35,177 18 MARKET VALUE. 102 Bonds 6,7 &10perct.interest^inuually,$L02,000 00 C57 Shares Kail Quad .StOck, 5...

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. — 3 February 1860

-? " --- ilg ftttfllijencft ~CAMPBELL"&~MrDEB,MOT, [r KI?IT0R3 A2CD PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Dailt, dolirerBd la city, per vcck, 10 rents Dajlt, by mail, in advance^ .$5,00 Tri-Webklt, by mail, in advance,-^ 8,00 f':?; '] H *; yraanr, by moll, inndraBce,... 1,00 ~ w e e n yr el Friday Morning, Feb. 3,1860. Pexsikcton's election seems to give the' --greatest satisfaction at every point from ? which we liavo advices at this 'writing. At Washington, the despatches say the people were wild-with;delight, ijliicu, for the latitude of 'Washington, is saying a good deal. We are also informed that Willard's hotel was thronged with people to bear the serenade which was there giv en to the Speaker and to his two boon friends, John Sherman and John Hickman. They three, it also appears, made speeches, and their specchos were "bold and decided . against the extension of slavery." Having serenaded and congratulated these three -Jtnembcrs, the band and.the- throng then went off on the hunt of Henry ...

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. — 3 February 1860

... Largest Circulation of any Paper in cJ- Western Virginia. "fcft j ? .I- ' ? ? ?< '? ? '? '? ? . ' 1 ' 1 ? - Friday Morning, Feb. 3,1860. jl.VVBLOPES J ESVKIOPSS: J_We I'j Uaro just received ft line lot of txxirtL quality cn .AjMi. which will ho priritai rn the best otyle, fS. CAMPBELL 4 41'DEKiIor, IISSLEY INSTITUTE. rplIE SECOXP SESSION OP T111S INSTITUTION I will commence on the first Monday of February wit; febl?lw. I. O. S. M. CALLED MEETING. rlHIE >1 RUBERS OV OLD DOMINION LODGK, I No. 1. I. 0. is. M? ore hereby notified to attend ncalied lufllnff.on tiiiJ(Friihiy) evening atT o'clock fur tlio transaction of iniportitnt bnsineas. fcW-? J- STOCKURUX1K, S. O. a jjjyCirv Council.?An adjourned mee ting of the City Council was held last evening. There was a full attendance of members. As the special order was an nounced to he the election of officers, an unusually large nnmber of spectators were present, including the candidates and their respetive friends and securities. ...

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