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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 9 February 1860

Two Lire-Stories. . ? - c.t . .. BT 'J. M. JACKSOV. ? His calm eye shone -as she came on In all iier gentle beauty: . He stood and gazed, like ono amazed, But conscience thundered *2>uty." They.sat and spoke of common thing*, and when she rose,to go. His heart asked "Does she love me?" but stern Rea son answered wNo." Her sweet face flnshed, her rolce was hushed .As suddenly she met hin^: Alone she crept, and wildly wept, . "Oh, If I could forget him." And as she sat all desolate, In the black shade of >ro?, Her heart asked "Does he lore raefbut blind feeling answered uNo." ? He slghod, and said "I cannot wed? Not now?it may be never;" She wept, and cried "To be his bride, Oh, I could wait forever." But oft .we rr:ch tbe rale of Joy, down rock-paths of * ji u 11 Distress, And when Fear harshly murmured "No," Hope softly whispered "Yes." Years swept away; a summer day Shone on two happy faces,' ?. Whore grief had brought the calm of thought, But not its sterner traces. Bridegro...

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. — 10 February 1860

VA., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10 1800. NUMBER 116. SIX PUBLISHED BY ISTEI-HeBSCER BVILDISG!), ' ^*.V. A rm-ncr of - ijfitimy'md Main-Sit. TJ ? r f-y, v fV . . - , ... . r. . " ^ f -? -t TKT^MS: Pilly. 0*5* m?n. payable in advance.V_ $5,00 By the Week, (payable toth* Cft triers.).? lo" anoe,)......... 5,00 ? - jy All'"-' ""'"O . _ tctwiMwre itJ iiup. - AU sdrertiMnioatt train n dhrtincei orfronitrimalent city cuitotiwrtmasf be "paid Vitdranct. 1 ?insurance. Clioicc First Class Insurance ?- i' x fiii ?? '' ' '' ' \.\.J I -1J ? - it AKTER perpetual. AZ-Cj*Ii Capital $1^000.000, absolute and unimpaired. with a brzrtvs of $506,2$7 88. And the prestige of 33 years success and experience. Ametii January 1} 1858. Cash iu baud. & Deposites in HartrdBauks.$34S,123 69 Cash in transit aud Ageut^hands,? 100,872 05 Money due the Co- secured by Mortgage,... 5,418 04 Heal Estato unincumbered 47,653 42 UilU Receivable ~....... 25.177 18 MARKKT TALUS. 102BondsG,7?10perct.intorest^innunlIy.$102,00...

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. — 10 February 1860

ffcttg futellipttfj* CAMPBELL & M'DE&MOT, ' EDITORS'AJCD PROPRIETORS. THRUfL?Daily, delivered in dtjr, ]>er week, 10 rents Daily, by mail, in advance^.. ....$3,00 Xri-Wsbkly, by mall, in advance^- 3,00 WPP.Y,by mall, Inadvancc^.1,00 ~ W HEELING: Friday Morning, Feb. 10,1860. The WJuellng Union ?(?In. Ox Wednesday morning we turned aside ' from our usual line of remark to make a personal notice of the Wheel ing Daily Union ?its editor and' owners. Not wishing- to infrinsre much upon either our space or the patiencc of our readers, we made the para graph just aa short, just ns expressive, and just as exact as wo could. We fancy that we hit the mark we aimed at, and we hope that wo did It without offending the good taste of any reader. It was our desire to do both these things. The words we made use of were not flung out without regard to their propriety. They presented them selves to ua'as a fitting embodiment of a Well made up. estimate of a couple of clinr noters?4iud we ...

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. — 10 February 1860

eum ?U Largost Oiroulation of any Paper in n Western Virginia. ? ; -? : ^ '! ? ??! ' Friday Morning, Feb. 10,1860. "" TO ItKCEIVKD.?A frosli supply of WADE'S ,f CELKllltATKD COLOKKD AND DI.AOK PKINT 1XU inks. wUlcli vre off?r to tho trade at nuuia&c tunr'^ pricci* f.bS CAMPBELL* McDKltMOT. jtfp-TiiE Hiveu still continues to fall with about five feet of water in the chan nel. Beyond the arrival and departure of the regulur packets, there was nothing worth/ of note. flgyUEO. YV. .Smith, announces this ? morning that he has concentrated alibis attention niid resources upon liis Brewery house ill this city, and will continue the manufacture of his celebrated ales, exclu sively at this point. Read his advertise ment. 03rC.'OL-.sTY Court.?The case of Ham ilton vs. McGluiuphrey, for slander enga ged the attention of the Court, yesterday. The evidedce was all taken, and this morning the arguments of council will lie heard. The allusion of tho Union, yesterday morning, to a prominent fea...

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. — 10 February 1860

[From the Horn* Journal.] MIDSIOIIT. ?Y BATTIH TY30. ??s midnight* midnight down by th? tern, Terribly damp and lono; And ?uU?n breaker* rolling a-lee,; Mtk* a deep, mysterious mm a, nothing to break the diamal roar, Sire the night-bird's doll too-hoo; Or, the sound of a fog-bell on the shot* Or, the shriek* of a sinking Crsw; Or. booming dismally over all. Despair's artillery, wildly fr?- - Sounds over the vmtera and over the routs, The minute-gnu at sea. In midnight and cUrkneaa, Midnight and storm, On their aoft beds the Iwjwien sleep, Bathere vm lp?y. ?ll the coming ofdawn, To God, for the wanderers ont on the deep. Here, on a midnight dark and damp, A eillnnt crew, and tried, ' Without a ray from the light-house lamp, .To cheer them as they died: Threw helpless arras above the Hurled helpless shrieks upon the air. Sank warm withlu their nameless graves. Knelled by wUd sb rieki ofjart draper. In that vrlnter midnight fearfully dark, Mr-lore, my-life, my more than breath, Sankdee...

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. — 11 February 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA?SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY II. I860. NUMBER 147. CAMPBELL & Uff'DJBEffiOT !XTEU<IOESOBJlJMJHD.lXCiS, xf j-:. rc^&!AfSQI&&&??/& J T E R;M:?: Ddiv.<by nvi^ P^^ablc ,n advance, ?>.?> - v the Week, lraya!?!?* to'tjieCarriers i TH-Weekly. (l^r y^-?y^,Vl fld*?n*ce 3.00 1357-. Advertising done on reasonable terms. AH ailvcrti-cnwntt from a dirtuucfCbr from transient city customers, most bepaid in advance. 'IN S U HANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? ix the ? ?l} ? jiaRTER PERPETUAL. 69-Cas:i Capital Sl.OOO.Ouu, absolute and unimpaired. witu-a sTitPLUS or $50U^87 88. Aiid thojpreJtl^? of years ?icc??a and experience. As*eta, January 1, 185 8* Cash in hand. & Deposite* in ilartf d Batiks,$318,123 69 Ca?h in trnn-it and Agents.hands, ICC,VT2 On Money duo the Co., secured by Mortgage,... 5,418 04 ITe:il imitate unincumbered 47.1553 42 Bill* Receivable 55.177 IS MABKKT VALCB. lD2Bond3C,7I:10perctllnterost,annually,$lu2,000 00 057 S...

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. — 11 February 1860

' CAMPBELL & MDEBMOT, ?DZT0E8 AXO P?0fHlBT0*S. ssa^'wawass^?? ^S^'aAcn^r^ l.<* w H EE L I NO: Saturday Morning. Feb. 11, I860. Tht Xxtlai ?t the Court Hwm xo Wight. The call, in fall, together with the sig natures, for the meeting to-night at the Court House, appear* in our paper tin. morning. We do not feel that we could ssy more at this time than we have already said, via to express the hope that moder ate, -harmonious and conciliatory coun cils will- prevail; We hope that the Oppo sition will look upon this time as some wfcat of a crisis in their future fortunes m the eity and county, and will not take any step that could justly give offence to any portion of the Opposition. We see no good, that could be accomplished l>y alien ating any portion, but, on the contrary, we can readily see how a great deal of harm may come of it. It is not in the power of the Opposition of this city and county combined, to arrest the progress of events, much less is it in thepower of a part...

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. — 11 February 1860

ails IftttcUiijcuccr lAreest Circulation of any Paper in ! Western Virginia."a* Saturday Morning. Feb. 11, I860. ; ' TO PR1XTKRS. "?"I-ST RECEIVKD?A fmh ruppljr of W ADITS .1 CKLEBRATED colored an d black print ing INKS' which we offer to cite trade at nimuiifkc ?(tb3 pn"3 CAMPBELL * McDEBMOT. ^jy-GRXPB Roots.?Joseph Seybold ad vertises, this morning, a large lot of grape TJOM for sale. He can.be found at the SheriCTs office. pyAs alarm of FIRE, a rare thing now-adays, was sounded last night, and in a short tiuic afterwards the fire apparatus was hnrning in the direction of Centre Wheeling. The. alarm, we believe, was a false one. flgy-CocsiTY Court.?The slander case of Hamilton and wife, against McGlum phrej, occupied the attention of the Court, yesterday, making the third day since its commencement. The case was given to the jury, after lengthy argument ly coun cil, but "the twelve" not being able to agree, were adjourned till this morning. ^VifOTnBR Day.?The ladies were not satis...

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. — 11 February 1860

THE PAST. The past Is past, with many a hopeful morrow! Its errors* and its good work* lira with (rod; The agon y is o'er of Joy or sarrow; The flowers lie dead along the path we trod. The put U past! In solemn silence taking Alike the sunnj and the rainy day. On the live altar of tho f>nd heart breaking Foil many an id<?i bnUt oa feet of day. The put is past! in certain still rotation. Deadening and losing, as It travelei by* Each h jpo that bjand* in glad anticipation* Bach Yltid passion and each tender tie! Thepxit is past! and our young selves departed Upan the flashing whirl of those fleet years; Its'lessons leave as sadder, stronger-hearted, Mj? slow to love, less prodigal of tears. The past-is past! an* kn twledge tauarht sasplclon To dim the spirit wi|h its foul, ooid shrine; For many a ba ^e and iJirlf thing And* admission Amid the wisdom learnt from life and time. _ The past is past! and in thai twilight valley Dwell slaw repentance and the vain regret; Fear*"for 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. — 13 February 1860

XI?.. ITS NUMBER 14S VOLUME a WHEELING. VA.. MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 13. 1SC0. "?"rr'-fi i j'tc * CAMPBELtiMr3?EBk0T, UTEltlOBS01?11 BTO.DIXCS, j\*. K-tofrltr ft/V Qwpcgaud lt*in-SU. T E It CM S : J B?!T,a.v?.>a,J?ra.l.l? In advance,)..... ,.....$5,00 T~ MV?kly?(l>? in advance.) 3,00 Advertising dona ?n reasonable terms. ... al!Tcrti?menUfrom*<U?taBco,orfromtTmosiont ?ity cu.ton-.on, must be l>ald lo advance. 'TiTs URANC.E., CJioice First Class Insurance ?T* t u z ? i l,Ki>- -? 9-Szm " , .J 1-15 rtARTEU PEILPFTUAL. Xffi-pasli Capital SI.OOO.iXk), absolute and.unimpaired. WITIS A STWte?jW.*8UVrf ?f ? And tbepnutx^eoTSS year*rtcce? and experience. Amcti, January X, 186 8. Caih in hand. 4 beposltes in IlertTd lWnVs.331ljl.T23 69 Ct.h in transit and Agentshands....... 100,87-05 Mi.nev tlua the Co., focurcd by Mortgage,... 0,41b 04 , Real Estate unincumbered ? Hill-* Receivable '??? 8o-141 18 ilAKKKT Y.U.UB. 10*-Ronds0,7 ?10perct.iiiterest^m>URlly.$102^>00 00 tf7 Sh...

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 February 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS 1XD PROPRIETORS. WRM8.?Daut, delfwH in city, per .week, 10 rrntf > Diilt. bj mail, in advance^- .$5.00 Tu-Wnur. by maiL in ?'Itrdm? a.00 TTimT, hj mall, in advance 1,00 WHEBlTSTg : ~ Monday Morning, Feb. 13,1880. A Couple at Eilracti. [Flint.?Frum Ilic Wheeling Uijiou.] The Intelligencer of yesterday contained a long article full of falsehood:! nliout us, designed to excuse the editor of that paper for baring failed to resent repeated insults. Rut siuce he is content with a war of words, he is entitled to the last word, a privilege that men never claim. [SKotMl-Fron Webster's Dictionary.} RcuttU-fuh?A genus of Molluscons nni mals, having a small bladder, from which thejr discharge a black liquor when pur sued, thus obscuring tho water and en abling them to escape. Dkschibiso a reception at the White House, a Washington letter in one of our exchanges says Miss Lane was dressed in a white silk, with two deep flounces of tulle, caught op by streamers...

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 February 1860

lailw t3- Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. ~h=& Monday Morning, Feb. 13,1860. TO PKINTKUS^ JUST RBCBIVKII.?A frc-Ui *u[iply of WADK'S CHLKHKATKD COUiU KI) AMI lll.ACK PRINT ING INKS, wllfcU w? offer to tiro tnule at manufac turer^ nrieoi. f.W CAMPBELL * MeDKKMOr. Jgy-A Mas Khihtixo with a Don.?Ran dulpli Lovell, supposed to be a descendant of 1*0rd Lovcll, celebrated in songj and ?who lias existed some nineteen years by public sufferance, shed the principal part of his clothing on Saturday night, near our office, bared his brawny breast to the cool wind* coming from the north, and swore that his mother's eldest and favorite son, (meaning himself) could whip any uian ?Hat ever breathed the free air of America. A fellow slightly intoxicated, coming along, said he was not in the lighting vien ju3t then, bnt he had a dog that always manifested_ a willingness that way. I.ovell said he could whip the dog, and the shaggy canine was lead up and told to do liis duty....

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 February 1860

Macaalajr la We?tmlater Abbey. jaxuary 9, 1800. Among the meu wirtM words and de#:b lie best ha* taught onr time to prize; Macaulay*s honored coffin lies; Mid hush of jarring clique* and creeds. A shadow falls upoa his pare When morning lights the eastern pan#! And one, when sunset splendors rain Through the west window of the rare! That by his recent mirble thrown, . ; , Who ?og <* Nelson aod tho North, if t ft :- Attd i^&islaaJ's miriners" ran^ forth h In music like a trumpet tone. This.. by his earlier statue flan?, Who in the lettered reign of Anne Staqds.out, serenest type of man, Best wieldar of oar English tongue? Addison. Campbell?snch the guards At our Macaulay's head and feet; And whit companionship mire meet? Of Essayists and Lyric bards? For him, whue almost boyisli breath The battie-b*llad*s clarion blew. And thence heroic war-notes drew, To breathe a soul through ribs of death? When the Armada's inarch he sang, Along the guarded English steep, While leaping watc...

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 February 1860

NUMBER 149 WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1860 YOLUME S PI1INTBD AND l;UBI.iaUm BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, istei-j.iiiesce!1 lirir-Dixcs, .V. /-'? earner of Qnimypmd liuih-SU. TEKMSi DAilr 0?v m ul. payaldo In advanr-e.l. -$5,00 ,.T ?ie Yl'.-ok. (piynSdo, I? lh?r?nlm,l_. 1" ?jYi.WreWy, (per y,-.-\r,r<vynM- ii' advnrce,)A Si00 eg- Advertising Jcn? on reasonable tormi. All advertisement* from adUtancc, orfronj tnuulent citv ciutouoni miut to paid In mlrance. 'IISfSUK-A-N CB. Choice First Class Insurance /HS-Caai* Capital -$1^00,000, ab-tuluto and unimpaired. ? WITU A HTKl'lXS OF $0uC,US7 88. And the prestige of 33 yours success and cxjHjriouct. Assets, January 1, 185 8. Cash in hand, & iJoj^itcd !n Jlartf\lRaiilca?348,123 69 Cash in transit and Agent^bamb, lt>G,W2 Oo 3Ioncy duc tlie Co., flecuredby Mortgage,... 6,418 04 Jliriil imitate unincumbered : IJills Receivable 35.17* 18 MARKET VALUB. 102Rond?0.7 JfclOperct.intcre.it,annually.'5l02,000 00 657 Slinrou Ha...

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 February 1860

ail]} jgntclligcufft "C AMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, HDITOBS ASD PROPRIETORS. TKBMfc?DAOTTdSw^rindty, ptr w?k, 1U f?ntl ? DilLT, bjr uO, in mdrmace,- 44.00 Tw-Wkut, by mail, fn admict, tOO Wekxly, by mill, in adrsnce.. . ...1,00 W H EEL I N G: Taesday Morning, Feb. 14,1860. Wb print thi3 morning, the preamble and resolutions passed at tlie meeting at the Court House on Saturdaynight, which, together with the report of speeches pre sented yesterday morning, afford a full and fair view of the proceedings of tho meeting. Our space was so entirely occu pied yesterday, that we had no room for comment, bnt, indeed, had it been other wise, there was very little necessity for so doing. The meeting was, as wo noticed, a large and respectable one, the most so of any meeting that has been held for a long time in the city. It was, beside, eminent ly noteworthy for dignity and moderation of its proceedings. There was nothing done to imp nge upon anybody's just sen sibilities, and the utmost desire to...

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 February 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-^ Tuesday Morning, Feb. 14,1860. TO I'KINTliRS. rUST it|5CKI VKI>.?A fre-h mipply of WADE'S OKM'BKATKD COLOllEO AND BLACK PJtlXT INO INKS, wbicii we offur to the trade at mnuufkc turer's prlctr*. f-bS CAMPBELL & McDERMOT. j<2?*Tmb Tuiadeli'iiia Musdeii Cask? Coxtixl-eb Ustil sext Term.?Yesterday was tiie day set in the County Court, for the crimination of Henry Baldwin, Frank Mount*. Horatio Church, and CUus. lialt zell, charged with the murder of Frederick Maas, at Triadelphiu, ou Christinas eve last. The Court room was crowded with witnesses mid others interested in the case. Col. Wheat, one of the counsel for the prisoners moved for a continuance of the case till the March term, assigning as n reason, the wilfull absence of an impor tant witness for the defence, Otho Luwson. We understood the Court to decide to proceed with the case, whereupon Mr. Pendleton, for the prisoners, asked that the nffidavit of Mount* lie t...

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 February 1860

[Selected for the Intelligencer.] Slie sat by the River Springs. She eat by the river 3prings. And brand her coal-black hair; And she sang, as the cuckoo sings, Alone?in the evening air. With a patient smile and a look of care. And a cheek that "was dnsk. not fair; She sat, but her though u had wings, That carried her sweet despair Away to the Ayrem pl.t ins. Where truth andthe angels are; She sang?bat shs wing in rain; Ah, why doth she sing again? Sbo mourns, like the sweet wind grieving in The pines, on an Autumn ni?ht: She will fade, like tiie fading evening, , M'henUejper is blaming bright: And her song??it moat take iU flight. So pret ty a song Must die ere long, Like a too, too sharp delight. ?hj? rots?like the rose In Summer, rlhift U?Ukc the lily frail: Yet tljey'll welcome the sweet new-comer, HeloW in the regions pale! And the ghr.it \r:U forget bi^ pain. As he roams throneli the dusk alone; And we?we will mourn in vain, O'er thsnlyulow of beauty flown. - [Selected for 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. — 15 February 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 18(50. NUMBER ISO. 1'III NT ED AND PUBLISHED BY ?AHPBELL & M'DERMOT, HVTEIillGEKCER BCILDISOS, JV. r. corner of Quineg and Ua in-Ot. TER M S3 s nuij-.O'y '??& r?5?w? ft r.v the Week, to tbeCarrta-,.).. 10 Tri-Weekly* (per 7eMri payable In adranee,) 3,00 eg_ AdTertMng done on reaeonable term*. All adrerttaemenUfrom a distance, orfrom tnuulont At, cn.ton.er?, mint be paid Id adnnct. TFn s u ran c e . Choice First Class Insurance ? IK TUX ? M.i 1-13?-nAUTKll PEiiPFTCAL. Capital ll.OOO.Ouu, ibwlnte and unimpaired. with a &rifirLii8 or $600,387 88. And llie praHged 38 year? succe* and experience. Aaacia, Jauntry 1, 1858. Cu!i iu hand ADeiv.-ite.-iin JlartHl Jlanku,$34S)123 GO Oi*U in tr*u>It and A^ht^jmndJi...... 100,bi2 Oo .Money due the Cu~ secured by Alurtgage,... 6,418 04 r.e.il i^t&tu uuincnmbcxed *'???*-: LiiU iicce?rnl?l? d5,li7 ?*'" MAKKKT TAIVK. 1 -2 J?oiuL?.i?. jK?rct J^eretitrnnuu;tlly.ila2,W?0 (K> ;lli ...

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. — 15 February 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, TERMS/?Daily, deliver**d In efty, per week, 10 cents Daily, bj mall, in advance^.... .?5.00 Tu-Wraar, by null, in adTuc^. si)0 Wsucly, bj mail, inad ranee,?. ?... 1,00 """ WHEELING: Wednesday Morning, Feb. 15,1860. Oca Richmond letter, to-day, is an ex cellent and interesting one?as bare been all its predecessors. The pen pictures which it draws are highly readable, and will well pay perusal. Xo paper in the State, that we hare aecn, has published such good letters from the Capital as has the InlrUigenctr. Onr correspondent ex cels as a letter-writer. , A dispatch from Richmond, this morn ing, states that Gov. Letcher, has sent into the Legislature a message, giving a his tory of the requisition for Coppie, and de nouncing the duplicity of Gov. Kirkwood, of Iowa, in aiding his escape. He urges prompt action on the part of the South to pnt itself in a position where it?can secure the punishment of those who offend against its laws. Another dispatch states tba...

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. — 15 February 1860

"Wednesday Morning, Feb. 15, I860! TO PRINTERS. JPST RRCE1VKD.?A trash supply of WADE'S le'.KMlATKD COJ.OltED AND 11J..1CK PIIIXT 1X0 INKS, wliicii we offor to the trade at manutfcc turor'a price*. f.b8 CAMPBELL 4 McDKRMOT. ggy-Cttv Council.?A regular monthly meeting of the City Council was held at the chamber last evening. There were 18 meinbars present, Mr. Brady io Uie chair. The report of the Committee on Accounts, recommending the payment of the usual number of monthly hills, was read and adopted. Judge Fry,' from the Committee on Salaries, reported the same salaries as last year, with the exception of the Super intendent of the Water Works, which was raised one hundred dollars. The Council concurred in the report of the committee with a few trifling exceptions. * 1 Several city officers elect were sworn by the Mayor, and their .official bonds accept ?l. They promised not to fight nny duels nor to iai ry any challenges. Judge Fry, from the special committee on Police, reported ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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