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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 February 1860

POLITICAL POETRY. [From oar exchanges.] Ho Dissolution* Pick sod John hare gone to bed In brotherly commnnion; In one broad carer blanketed. Like two State* in s Union. When John woke up, and with a kick, Assailed his sleeping brother; I've git one half the blanket, Dick, And now I want the other. Then count me out, my gentle Jack?> This Union we'll disseverf Stay in. said Jack, and warm ray back! Dissolve this Union? Never! So Jack stayed in with private grin Dick with doleful ahiver; And disagreeing evermore? Dissolve the union, never. South Do wit. Bennett and Pryor. Editor Pryor. We're sorry to pen it, Brands as a liar Editor Bennett. Editor Bennett Brands a* a liar The man of the Senate, Editor Pryor. We have no desire Now to inquire; Who is the liar, Bennett or Pryor. P'raps vrben they're done ? . Kicking up so mnch bother, We'll find six of one, Half a dozen of t'other. ? The Difference. John Sherman, to prove you're bad, Bat one remark suffices? You endorsed Helper's book...

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

YOLUME 8. FEBRUARY 16, 1860. NUMBER 181. i'S?U oV~.'lyy ..II <1J .iihUniH .... -tol l :ua b;at,, MX? v'jffgg&i:* rSrV^rf *??**??: "fTf - -OfiTJ CAMPBELL<___ 5 lSTEi?ioEicEil BtilljDIJfGS, if. H corner of Quincy aiul Main-Su. T EII M fS ; i D*Ur,C>r ra?il,iimi?li!o Iti3av.-m;ceJ..,?,..,.......$5,00 r.f lite w?k, the C^rli-r*.). 10 Tri;VeetIy,"(|)efyeMfpp^trflr advance.) : 3,00 B-i- AdvertMgg duiie oirTeuoniililo term*. All a'lT?rtl?nHmf?f^|u adiatancc, orfroni trsiuicnt city custtimerj^mut bo paid in nihrnnce. Choice First Class Insurance ?IX IBI 1-13 ? -jiaRTER PERPFfUAL. 4&-OLHU Capita] $1^000,000, absolute and unimpaired. ? WITH X STWLU# OP $500^JS7 88. * pr**tige?f UH year* success and experience. Ausete, January 1, 1858. Cash in hand, & Depo-dtosin IInrtrdBanl?,$348,123 CO Cash in transit and Agenti?liands, 106.872 05 i Money dne the Co., necured by Mortgnire,... 5.418 04 Heal Estate unincumbered 47 65:i4*?l Bills Receivable 3&177 18 102Bonds 0,7 tlOiver...

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

attg fntettigwe? CAMPBELL & M'DEB-MOT, KDITOBS AKD PROralBTOBS. ^ Dailt, br inall* in a*lr*no?-~ "f^no SLVmLt. brn^U ln .It-**,?! ?-00 Weekly. I)y padlf in?dT?nccv-.." *t?y W H E E ?Tl N G: Thursday Morning, Pel?. 16,I860. Xcmbbb Fivk on "Sectional Strife,' ap pears on onr first page to-day. It.is one of the ablest of the series, and we hope that no reader will lay down this morn ings paper until he has attentively read it. Its tone is eloquent, open and manly, and iu facts and arguments most conclusive. Bead it, if you read nothing else to-day. Mb. A. B. Caldwill, a gentleman for whom we entertain a high respect, said, if we mistake not, in his speech on Saturday night, that a proof of the scctionnlity of the Republican party was found in the fact that there would not probably be a South ern State represented in that Convention. Mr. Caldwell was certainly in error in point of fact, and, as we believe, was not less Tat fault in point of theory. There will be several slave States...

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

m.. K9_ Largest Circulation of any Paper in Weatem Vlrginia. Thursday Morning, Feb. 16, I860. a-O PRINTERS. JliST RECK1VE0.?A I'rodi supply of WADK'S [ CK&BBBATBD COIJilUM) AND 11LACK 1'UINT ISO INKS, uhich wfe offer to tlio trade at manufxic turer"* prices. fwb$ CAMPBELL & McDERMOT. Pretty (iooo Jokk.?There was published tUc other day in on.e or more of the city papers, the proceedings of a meet ing, purporting to have been held in Mouudsville, Vu, at which a number of | persons were imagined to have been nomi nated for various county offices. It now turns out that the whole thing was a humbug and a cheat got up for a humorous purpose. The persons mentioned as hav ing received nominations, are the veriest old blonsts and loungers in the county, who are in the habit, of congregating about the hotels of Moundsville. The man. nnmed as a candidate for Prosecuting Attorney is uot a professional man, uules3 drinking whisky can be called a pro fession, in which cufc he may beset d...

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

jjailg fttteJIigcixttx. Melange. [Fran the Bust oil Gazette.] The strongest supporters of modem dra ma?the deadheads. A man who goes to law to recover dam ages hard IJ ever recovers from the dama ges be receives, Poverty troubles the masses more than ignorance. A fool in fine linen will ontweigli a wise man iu rags. It is a seive, poverty is, through which all the fine cut dandies slip like water. As to flattery, the current comodity of the world, on which Fashion lives and thri ves, is, at most, a lie in its best clothes. The man who did good for a living died young for want of companions. His cous in, who paid for his paper, survived him but twenty-four hours. It appears to be the popular verdict that the Coroner's jary Jury at Lawrence want ed a victim, and the lot fell on Sir. Hige low. The affection the grower of a mustache entertains for the object of his attachment is one of the pleasantest evidences of pa rental regard to be found. We know of r no sublunary passion that can ...

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

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA? FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17. 1860. NUMBER 152. MMS1KD 'AND l'LTiLIEHBD BY , CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLIGEXCBS Bl'lLDlNGS, A'. E.corner qf .Quincy and Jiuin-JUt*. TERMS: D illy, (by mail. payablo In advance,).. $5,00 By the Week, (payable tn the Carriers,). 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance,) 3.00 ag-Advertising dun* on reasonable Icmi. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid In advance. ?INSURANCE. Clioicc First Class Insurance IX T II I 1*13? -xiARTER PJ2RPFTUAL. 49*CasU Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. WITH x SXRTLV8 op $506,387 88. A11U the prestige of lis years success and exi*erience. Asset*) January- 1, 1858. Cash In hand, k Depo-dtes in Hsttrd Bankers,123 68 Cash in transit and Agents^iauds, 106,872 05 Money due the Co., secured by Mortgage,... 6,418 04 Real Estate unincumbered 47,653 42 UiRs Receivable 35,177 IS MAKKET TiLUJC. 102 Bondi6.7 k 10perct.interest,annualiy,$l02,0U0 00 657 Shares ...

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

gailg gntelligmcfr CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS XXD PROPRHTOHS. 1KRMS?Dailt. dell*?r?4 hi dlj, per week, 10 cats DiH.T,T>y mall, in mdrmaea? 8W>0 Tb-Whiit. by miii, la adnata, *,00 WnaT, by mifl, te?dnnc?i ... 1,00 " "WHEELING: Friday . Morning, Feb. 17, I860 Our Washington despatches inform as that the President bos signed the Post Office Appropriations: That a resolution has been offered to. remove the seats?placed in the House Hall only a few weeks ago, at an expense of eighty thousand dollars?and substi tute for them the old fashioned seats and desks : That Mr. Keittoffereda resolution provid ing for the adjournment of Congress on the 5th of June. Things having become tame since a Speaker was elected, Mr. Keitt is anxious togowherc the atmosphere is more exciting: _ That Mr. Barksdale has introduced a bill looking to the repeal of certain sections of our netrality laws: That Mr. Taylor introduced; a bill pro . ? Tiding for the acquisition of Cuba. We should have mentio...

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

jftixilv ?(nifHigtttm Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.."?'* Friday Morning, Feb. 17,1860. TO PKINTERS. JUST RECEIVED.?A fnxli rnipply ot WADE'S OKI.BURATKI) COLORED AND BLACK PRINT ING INKS, which w? offor to tlia trade at maaufac tUftis prtc<>t CAMPBELL k McDERMOT. jgjgg?A Lettke, directed to Dr. White, and supposed to contain a considerable amount of money, i? now in {tie Post Office, uncalled for. jgyOnEAT Bargains is Jkwelry &c.? Attention is invited to llie eard of J. T. .Scott, announcing bis determination to of fer great bargains to everybody in want of nrv goods in Iii? line. Now is a good time foragood and reliable watcb,Chain, Breast jiin or whatever you may desire. ? B@-\Vhippisg his Wire.'?Thomas Hicks of East Wheeling, a fellow of enormous capacity of absorbtion, got to quarreling with his wife, yesterday morning, and in his anger beat and abused her. He was nrrested taken before Aid. Wright, and lined. He had not a sufficient amount of mo...

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. — 17 February 1860

Epis rile chants. t i .1 . I i i, . . That man lack* moral courage who treats .Wnten ' lie ihoatd r<tro?t: _ ~ " * " Some Irishmen propose to have a wake over the "dead of night." , Porerty is, in some countries, merely "> inability to make one's mark. ? Priie-flgbtera are unreliable workmen, bfling always on a strike. Tallow-chandlers arc a sympathetic aet, for they are frequently in a melting "cobblers war sensible to the hut owl W^Tbere is a woman in New York so igno rapt of all domestic work that she cannot even knit her brows. . Profane men take a curse-ory view ol things. NoaWEST.B jr.. r. ... Aipuabet'icai TBAifa -&T Cbaractbr. Amah should bo Affectionate, Bold, Can did, Daring, Enterprising, Faithful, Grate ful Honorable, Indefatigable, Just, Kind, Loving, Moral, Noble, Obliging, "Polite, - Quick, ReHitiuus^oci.il. Truthful, Upright, Valiant, Watchful, -'XempUry, Y-? and , Zealous. - i; A judicious, amu, c * Obedient, Pleasant, Quiet, RcQecting, So 'Ser, -tender, U...

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 February 1860

WHEELING, V A., .^WJ&DAy .MiUtMNG-, MSBSfcUMT 18. i860. NUMBER 153. YOLUME 8. CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, lSTEliilOKNCEIlBUtt?INCS) jV. boomer of Quincy and Main-Sit. ? TBBMS: D.liy.fby muil.paynblo lit advance,). *8,00 Br tlm Week, (payiblB to UipCurrtertJ uvtv ? Tri-WMkly, {per P?/?ble3? '"1?"*.) "'?? 43- Advertising done on reawmablo terms. All advertisement* from'a distance,orfrum transient cit, CIMu.,..?,?? t bo paid in advance. """'iN Str R A N.CE .i Choice First Class Insurance ? ii m A , j 1,JJ? wiARTEU PBltPFTUAL. Ait-oaaliCapital il.utuv.uo, absolute and unimpaired. W|TB X STRPLL'S OP $600,387 SS. Aud the prestige of o'o yeaisaiiccutKi aud experxouce. AaHotw, Jauunry 1, 1858. Ca*h iu lia'nd.Jfc D?po>ite*iii llnrtfd Hauks,J34S,123 0? Cull iu ti?i.-it nod A^euKli.iidB...... -j ??> Money duo tlio Co., secured by Murine,... 6,11* "J Real Katate unincumbered 4?,ooa Kills liecoivabl. UriUondf 0.7 Jfc 10 per ct.intereit,annUKlly ,$102,000 00 Oil Shares flail QoodgtCck, 54,...

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 February 1860

attg CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AKD PROPRIETORS. TKRMS.?Daily, delivered In city, per week. 10 rente ?*n-r, by mall, Id advance^- $5.00 TU>Wnar, by mail, in adrauca^_ 2.00 _____ Wittir, by mailt in advance,. .. 1.00 WHE E L IN O : Satnrdaj^Morning, Fe>. 18, I860. Vajjity Fair, a humorous and satirical paper, from which we liars frequently quo ted, is now in its eighth number,and is still improving in its hits at fashionable follies, and in its wit and humor. The two last numbers are especially good, and we beg to introduce tbe reader. The professional beggar system i3 re buked in a sketch of two familiar street characters, one of whom is engaged in buckling on a crutch, the conversation ap pended, being: Boy?Why, Jimmy, are you going to knock off already? It's only two o'clock. Jimmy?No, you mutton-head. I'm only going to put it on the other knee. Von don't suppose a fellow can beg all day on the same leg, do you ? Vanity Fair, for some reason or other, has set its face ...

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 February 1860

gailg f ttte Hi jetttf r tuu Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-?? Saturday Morning, Feb. 18, 1360. TO PBINTEHS. -rl!ST RECEIVED.?A frwU supply of WADE'S J CKLKBKATKD C0L0KKD AND BLACK PRIXT 1SU INKS} which wo offer to the trude at nuuiufiic '"faW PriCM' CAMPBELL A McDER-MOT. gtjyA Character.?A night or two since, a fellow with a Jack-o'-lantern nose, ami eyes, emiting "nmbor and plumb tree gum," came staggering and blow ing into oar office at a late hour, and insisted upon having an account of his travels, adven tures and hair lueadth escapes by flood field, noted down and published. He bore dbout him a prevalent I3r.se of turn, and we roquested him to withdraw, which he did, as far hack as the stove, where he laid down, soldier like, upon the hare floor and soon took an easy flight to dream land. In his dreams, he fought all his battles over again, '-babbled o' green fields," talked of grim visaged war, and dreadful marches, mingled with vague and indis tinct mu...

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 February 1860

'A Erqnieia for Macanlay. [Prom fhe Manch^tcr Guardian.] "A spirit that w?nt out. And left upon .the mountain topaof death A light th.it-made them lovely." Lay him down who ?ang of Ivry, Of King floury of Kan inv, Of tuo bravo, fli11 atWiiilil If i urn ? If* himself a 'guWIiK: Him wh?^^vdfce jjir-y corntng-ages Lay him t?? la thebour Worthy doit *nd worthy _ Are not all of noble birth? ~ a rr ' ? Ho iaw feI5rIott< ?oklen broakihgs Ofthn gLnricar morn-of (kme. ' O'er the mountain* of tho future U!ft?U3ffift5S By the sunlight of the soul, c-m-.j. Hi* outwmrd life jrw^frnHer, finer, k Tiir It niGlted "lik.5 a tscrolf. A sm?>k:> wreath?that goes out in light - When the Heavens ore all aglow. Absorbed futa tbp splendor round ii? Sailing; trailing t<j und fro. Lay them down in yonder Abbey, Rtfins <df? mortiil fmTiK-. - Wherein were borne immortal pangs, Birtlbpinyi of* deathless n&m?! Fur, me thinks, a holy meeting Of the &xrj nnd great of old , Y .Wptotfrtea with ...

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 February 1860

DhH ?")>!! I WHEHJN&; VAit MOMMY VOLUME 8 ?tw?K 9 ?4(int<l ihto/ aoi EH^AJI fill?I FEBKUAET 20. I860. V MMBEK 154. ,-i !;j CAMPBELL &M'DEEMOT, i:<TKLLIt;KMKttBln,I)lXCS, ^tUnij^und Uain-Stt. ?re-ion r.rocr ." T B3.*t M S : D>njr,(4'.fw"!I.^ay*Ii!u in adrnnc*,).. -ti,00 Itj the Week, f|tay?Ijle to. tlw Cnnrloij.).;_.j.,:..,.1 10 Tri-Wc?kljr,(p?rji*tt#y*l>loin o.]t?mct.) 3,00 A'llrirtising dun* on reuonabla tcruu. All KlrertbumonU frotti adUtauc*. or frutn traunk-nt city cu*l"iii*rl*niult-5. |jaidia advance. ' ? ?I N SURA K C E. choice First Class, Insurance ?i*ihi? 4X9*~C-as*i Capital $1,000,000, abnelute and unimpaired. with x stp.plus of $500,387 8$. I Aud lho prestige of33 yc:\ra success uuU experience. AiMti, January 1? 1851. Cash fa lihnd, & iMtpoaites iu Uartrdifcuiks,$*4St123 C9 Cash In transit and Agentspiands,. 100,872 06 Money due th?-Co~, secured by Mortgage,... 5,41S 04 Real Estate unincumbered 47,060 4*2 Bills ltoccivnblw 35,177 1# lrt0n . MARK...

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 February 1860

Hailg fotellijfKcet CAMPBELL 4 M'DEE MOT, KDITOM UD riOrailTOKH. IKBMg.?DAU.T, dlllwd in city. p?r wwk. lo r?at. DlPLT. by Mil. I? idTuce .?6,00 T*>-W?*Lr, l?j iuaO. In *.00 W nilT,by mail, InKtTMm- l.oo VV H E fw, I N' G . ~? Monday Morning, Feb. 20,1860. Th? l/tiily Intelligencer will be (applied in Steubenville, every morning, by Mr. K. Glendenning, General >"?*? Agent. The Daily Intelligencer it the paper en titled lo the Litter LUt under the lair' of Congress,. it having, the largeet circulation "f any paper in Wheeling. There seems to have been a very pleas ant programme got np by somebody for tbe benefit of the Editorial profeition, in the iray of an excursion. We see it stated tbat the Baltimore and Ohio, Terre Haute, Alton and St. Louis, Ohio and Mississippi. Little Miami of Central Ohio, and their connections, hare tendered an excursion to tbe Editors of the Weit, which, if car ried out, will prore & very grand affair.? Tbe invitation is to be extended to the edi...

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 February 1860

jlailg fttMlijeitfct Largest Circulation, of any Paper in Western Virginia. -fi* Monday Morning, Feb. 20, 1860/ TO PRINTERS. JI ST IlKCKIVKO.?A fnwli supply of WADE'S CBLEUUATKD COLOKKD ANII 11LACK PRINT ING inks, which w? olFur to the trail* at iiuinafac "rt! pr""' CAMPBKLL A MeDERMOT. jgy Tn* Editorial .Excuastox.?The liiiltiinore mid Ohio Railroad, and ber coun?ctions liuve gotten up an excursion for ihe editorial profession of tlie West, which promises to be one of the grandest affairs of the day. The invitation is to he extended throughout the West, South and Northwest. It is designed that the guests meet in this city, on the 17th of April,sou which day the Baltimore and Ohio will start a special traiu for Washington, stop ping at points of interest sufficiently long to afford views of the stupendous scenery and magnificent laudscapcs on the road, by daylight. The trip iucludes a visit to ] Mount Vernon, Baltimore and Harper's Ferry, as well as many other points worth seeing. I...

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 February 1860

?? , Loglr. A writer in the Westminister Review once took a positon that alcohol i* food, and offered the following logic in proof of it: fcP?JOd r? furce, Alcohol Li farce, Thectfore alcohol Is food." Dr. Maa3eco gives a-.formal* equally legitimxte and conclusive, namely: "HnrjilMIi tan*. Whipping a hohtiil . Therefore, w hipping a horse It horse feed." To which capital logic,-our John adds: kC'^ . Que?a Victoria U ? wom<ut, thrnfer., QaMii Victoria u my ml" Onr J term thus expresses his sentiments -?rather harshly,, though , nevertheless MTb? tooU art not all 4u4, Tl? writar -of th. tbore is not d.a4, Therefore, said writer Is a fool.** , College DUlognca (A Ffethman meet* a Senior in the College V ' ITallS) ? Freshman.?"Will you tell me, sir, is Isocrates difficult?" Senior.?"Well, I believe 1t -wasn't to JHfcl'i '?> / ftir i rs i 1*1 <i 41 ?g;v ? Freshman.?(much relieved.)?"I'm glad of that, for our class are going to take it next, week." ?Senior.? (reflecting.)?'?fiet ...

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 February 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING,TUESDAY MORNING, BEBRUARY 21. 1860. NlfMBER 155. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED IIY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, 1STE1LICESCER BUlL-DiriCiS, i\". K. writer ?/* Quinei</ and JUJfn-Sts. TEHMS: Ddl.v,0?y payable in advance,X...... $3,0C By the Week. (payable to the Carriers.). 10 Tri-Weokly,(peryear,puyabIoiii advancc.) 3,00 J83"* Ailvei-timngxlone on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance..-or from transient city customers. mu t ho paid in hdvanfe.' ?I N S HBANCE, Choice First Class Insurance ? i x THE A . v.J 1-1.1 ? .haRTER PERPFTUAL. Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. W1TI1 A STItrLCK OK $50t],3S7 88. Aud the prestige of years imcccss and experieuco. Asccta, January 1, 185 8. Cash in hand. ? Depute* iu llart?d Uanks^.*;4-S,123 09 Cash in transit and Ageiits(hand>? .......100.872 05 Money duo thy Co.. tfeciired by Mortgage,... 5,418 04 Real Kstatu unincumbered 47.053 42 Bills Receivable ?5,177 18 _ . MAUKET VALUE. 10*JBondsG, 7 ? 10perct.interestj...

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 February 1860

iiilg K tttelligcuccv "CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, KD1TOBS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS-?Pailt. dclirerM in rity, per vrr?k. 10 r<>nls Dailt. by mail, in adranc*.. .15,00 TIU-WEEKI.T. hy mail, inadrnnr? 3.00 Weeut. by mail. inadrauce? 1.00 : W H K i: L I X <> : Taosday Morning, Feb. 21,1860. The Dailtf Inlelligenecr will lie supplied in Stenbenville, every morning, by Mr. E. Glrndcnning, General Xcws Agent. The Daily - Intrll;gcncrr it the paper en titled to tKe Letter Lift under the lair of Congress, it lairing the largest rirriilolion of any paper in Wheeling. The ardor which was prevalent some weeks ngo. about the coming Shcrilfally election is rising a little again, within the last few days, after being at a droop for some time back. We hear some con - siderable talk 011 the subject, and various are the speculations, conjectures, and pre ferences expressed. It is pretty well set tled that there are, at this writing, about half a dozen candidates who have made up their minds t...

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 February 1860

jjjailij gntdlifjcuw v ??. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Tiieiday Morning, Feb. 21, 1860. TO PRINTKRS, JUST KKCKIVKD.?A fiinnly of WADE'S UKLKIMATKQ c m/irkd and iilack picint l\4? IS ICS. which we oflor to the tra.lt? ut muiiiifiio liirer - AihS CAMIMi; T,L & McDKJtMOT. 0ST\VAxren,?A go >d boy, from twelve totif.ccu years of age, v. ho is not constitu tionally afraid of bodily exercise, can hear of a situation by applying at this oftice. AUVKSTVUK A MONO THE ICK CAKES. (>:i Sunday evening, about 0 o'clock, th ? steamer Economy passed down, and, though haviug some nine or ten pftSoen irera and some considerable bnj*g:ngc for this point, her captain thought it proper not to land the boat. Accordingly a light 1 oat was lowered a short distance above town, some ten passengers were hurried into the Bailie, und two awkwurd oarsmen were sent to take the boat and its heavy loud of live freight t iward shore, through a s?i of running ice, the dangers of whi...

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