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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 21 February 1860

attjr Ifttfclligcuccv. Mjr Angel?Once! x. An snpl she mw, I havn't a doubt. Though I nwr discerned her wiit^ But It is ?ur to presume there are angels alnut Unencumbered with anj* *.ilch tiling*; It In pleasant beside*: and, wherever wc go, Though our heart* may be ever so odd. Of all thing*, to be witched by sweet woman, you know, Is the green of our life?and Its gold! : . n. She had eyes of a pure and brilliant blue, And of course -.he hail golden hair: And the pearls of her pretty mauth shone through The murmuring roiei there: You wjuld love the snow of her gentle breast, And the light of her gentle brow, A ad her little liand4?and all the rest That I cannot mention now! m. In the innocent days that arts waited and gone She was gentle and true to me; And still In sny soul thatjpove burns on? A frtmr ou a rainy eea. But the angel hail wings after all, and she flew Far away o*er the pitilra tide; Old Death loved her better than I, and he knew The true way to make Iter his bride. ?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. — 22 February 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1860. NUMBER 156. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED DY CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, UJTjEriiiiaErfc^it hbsldihos, j\\ E. crr.rr ?</ Quiitcy anil M.tln-XU. TKRMS: DJi!j,('>y ?aii, payable in Kflran-!?,); ts;oo Ev the Week, (payablo (o (lie Carriers). 10 TrMVcckly, (por year, payable in advance,) 3,00 ffip- Advertising (lotto on reasonable teriua. All ndvertlscmanta front a distant-*, or from transient, city customer b?'??i? 1"!J ?" advance. law?wrxi*..mi i wwiwan r awce. Choice First Class Insurance ? in tub ? A^> 1-13 xtARTEIL PERPFTUAL. Cap1'"* $M>00,000, abseluto and unimpaired. WITH A ST ft PLUS OF $5UG,oS7 88. And tlio prestige of. 38 years success and experience. Assets, January 1, 185 8. Cash iu liaud, ?fcDopositesIn Iiartfdl>anks^348,123 69 ChsIi iu transit and Agenti?banda, 160,872 05 Money due tlio Co? secured by Mortgage,... 6,418 04 Real Estate unincumbered Rills Receivable 85*1'' 18 MAItKET VALUE. 102Bonds0,7 & 10per...

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. — 22 February 1860

jKiln Ipttelpf enm* CAMPBELL & M'DEllMOT, r.DiTous am? pnorniETOKB. TKRJlk?l)AJi,r. foliwl incfty, j*r wo?k, 10 c?;h!? Uaily. by until. in milvaiico- ^ Tui-W'ekki-t. hy mall, in mlvuiiro a.0D Weekly. T>y mall, in advance. 1-00 -r?Tw H Ei'.e'xTi X c: : Wednesday Morning- Feb. 22, I860. Tilt- Daily Intelligencer will lie supplied InSteuhenville, every morning, by Mr. E. Glcndenuing, General Xew3 Agent. The Daily Intelligencer it the pnpT en ti(lal to the Letter Lin! under the laic of t'o ngrem, it hating the largest circulation of tiny paper in Wheeling. Blaekmalllug* Tlic editor of tlic Southern Confederacy, nt Atalnta, Georgia, lias recently been de tected nnd convictcd of a species of des picable meanness tlmt lias no parallel in tlie history of I lie country. He recently published in his paper, a white and blnek list of the cliicf business houses of N'cw York city, indicating those that were "Ab olition" and distinguishing the saine from the "White, or Constitutional Houses...

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. — 22 February 1860

gtailg IfntelUflcucev La?"fiest Circulation of any Paper in Westovn Virginia. ? i+'j. Weinisday Morning:, Feb. 22, 18G0. 'r<> I'lflKTEItS. *l-~T ItKCI'.IVKIl.?Civil MH|iiilv I.r WAUK'.' ,j ri:I.KI>llATKI?C 11,1111 Kb AXIi KNACK l?l!!\T j\ii iN'KS. wiik'li ?i' iilfur to 11:i? Ira'li* ill ifianuruL ' '(Ss CA JIPItKL!. i Mi-DKHMOT. -s> r^gF?(V.'v ?Ail adjourned meet in"-of the City Council v/us IieKI last eve ning. There were sixteen members pres ent. The Committee on Water Works reported in favor or accepting the hid of W'iii. Kvley, for furnishing coal to the works. Also, in f:vjr of the plan of .Mr. JJulty, the Superinteudeut of the Water Work.', for the improvement of the hoijers and machinery of the s.:nic. The report was adopted, and the Committee 011 Watt r Works wore authorized to invite proposals fjr the improvement of the works. The Committee on Petitions and remon strances reported adversely to the petition of John Holliday for remission of line, and in fivor of ...

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. — 22 February 1860

wig ?fuTeliigcum\ Elysium. She dwelletli In Elpiuin; there, Like Echo, floating In the air; Feeding on light, as feed the flowers, She fleet* away uncounted hours, Where halcyon Peace, among the blest, Sits brooding o*or her tranquil rest. She needs no impulse: one she Is, Whom thought supplies with ample blisa; The fiincieu riuhioiieJ in her iiiiud By heivou. are after its own kind; Like aky-reflectiosn in a lake. Whose calm no winds occur to break. Her memory is purified. And ?ho seems never U?have sighed; Sho hath forgot tlio way to weep, Iler being Is a joyous sleep; The mere imagining of pain Hath passed, and canuot come again. Kxcept of pleasure most intense And constant, she hath lost all sense; Her life is day without a night, And endless. Innocent delight; No chance her happiness now mars, Ilowe'or Fate twine her wrenthaof stars. And palpable and pure, the part Which pleasure plnycth with her heart; For every Joy that seeks the tuaiil. Foregoes its common painful Hhade, Lik...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 23 February 1860

NUMBER WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 23, I860 VOLUME 8 157. ^PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, r?TEJ4liI?KKCEU ClILDIXGS, j\\ J', earner i\f Qnincy and MaLn-Sts. rc jc k is i h s Daily, (by mall, payable In advance,).- $5,00 r.v the Week, (payable to HioCmTieri.). 10 Tri-Wcekly, (per yes rjjiay able in advance,) ."..00 ^^Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisement* from a distance, or from transient city customers, mu t I.e paid in .advance. 'INSURANCE.* (,'iioice First Class Insurance IX the ? ? 1 Ipr m ? 1 13? -*BARTER PERPFTUAL. Capital $1,000,0(10, absolute and unimpaired. with a sit.pi.ug or $5uc.387 SR. And the presti^eof 3S years success and cxperlouce. Assets, January 1, 185 8. Cash In hand. & Depodtesiu Hartfd Ranks,$345,123 09 Cu-h in tran sit and Agentsliauds, 100,S72 0o Money due the.Co., scoured by Mortgage.... 5,418 04 J'.oil Estate unincumbered 47,053 42 Bills Receivable 35.177 IS 3IARKET VALUE. Io2BondsO,7 & 10perct.int...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 23 February 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PBOrBIETOKS. TKRM8.?DAILY, d?llr*T?~i in rtty, per vr-k, I" Pailt. Iiv mull, in tdmux? " TM-WtEKLT. by m*IL in?dT*n<-. WnlLT. by mftiL m advance--. V VV if E E 1- 1 N o : Thursday Morning. Feb. 28,1860._ The Daily ItiltUiymttr will he s<?pplie. 1 in Steuben ville, every morning, by Mr. h. Glendenning, General News Agent. The Daily Intelligencer w the paper en , titled to the Letter Lift under the taw of . Congress, it hating the largest circulation , of any paper in Wheeling. We print to-day another paper on "Sec tional Strife." There is a frcsliness com bined with a genuineness, and a spirit of conciliatory candor in this remarkable series of papers, that is seldom met with in these latter days. Those who desire copies of Senator Trumbull's grcnt speech in the United States Senate, in vindication of the prin ciples of the Republican party, can obtain then at this office. We have received a limited number for gratuitous distribu- | tion, an...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 23 February 1860

?fateUige!irer i.-*, Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virgi nia. i Taursley Morning, Feb. 23, 1860l td j'rtrxTKns. ti-T JtECRIVr:!!.?A I.f u -.rjipiv ..f WADKV ? | ci:l,KI!ilATKl> C;?!/)ttKll AXI) lll.ACK l'l;l.\T IMi t\"K>. which we OITur lothe tnulvat uiauufuc i ,,-i-rV price*. lBU"v CAM PEELv* ? McUEUMOT. t'.i ? request of :i number of I > :niu . Mr. Stewart has been indued to t?nih a class li] ^ riling. Persons who wish to tale lessen? ere requested to iunkc ?-ir-l\ application, Mr. S. will only re main a r.-u wetJ.s iu the city. The class v. ?; i eotuineue on Thursday, 23d" iiisti [J ?urs of instruc tion from 9 to 12 A. M.j iii 1 lo 4. ni.d from 7 to I*. M. IJorn .rttnk'* building, Main street, Xo. lis.',. j i.'rius moderate. [feb23?2t*:" | Lest.-?1 lie season of Lent com- | iienccd yesterday. ifes* Pigeo-vs.?Liirxe flucks of v. il.l i . >?'?' v.-ore flvin?r over the city yestcr- | sty. and at times the heavens were black j it!? them. S^'Tiie if ccf.li/ 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. — 23 February 1860

[3?Iected.J Noon and Xorolng. Then are gains for all our lo?3?a There ?ro txlmi for all oar patai; Bat when youth, the dream, daparn, It takas something from oar heart*, And It carer corned again. TVa are stronger and are better, 'Under manhood's sterner reign: 8till we feel that something sweet, Followed youth with flying feet, And will nerer come again. Something beautifnl is vanished. And we aigh for it in vain; We behold It erery where On the earth and in tho air? But it nerer cornea again. Hidden Thoughts. Some joys welondly tell, -Some thougts we keeep apart. Fenced round, and bid them dwell. In inmost heart. Close in that heart (their den.) The tiger paaaions sleep; There, too. snut oat from men, Rceolvo lies deep. There dreams repoee?so fair, So frail, that but to sigh Their names Into theiur, Would forco them die. These give, like violets hid, A perfume to the inlnd? Give night, as once they did, To poet blind. Harry Corxwau Laconic Lore Letter*. Dearest!?If that word is 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. — 24 February 1860

NUMBER 158 WHEELING, VA? FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24. 1860 VOLUME 8 J-LKMfcai i> ijv CAMPB^iX & M'DiEftMOT, ISTBLLI6BSCEK IIlUiDISOJ, jV. canter of. Qiiincy anil Main-Ht. T E It M S : D.tily.flV miiil.payable in advance,).. 85,00 Cj- the \V?t (psyalilc! to tlir Carriers.). 3. 10 Tri-Weekly. (per year. i?ny:ible in mlvance.) 3,00 j03p- Advertising done ou reasonable terms. All advertisement! from a distance, or from transient city customer*, ma it be paid in adroncc. *f ? IN S U R'ANCE, Cfioicfe First Class Insurance ? IX T tt B ? A .V 1 -13,? -rtAHTER P1SRPFTUAL. Capital $1-000,000, absolute and unimpaired. with a sntPLrs or $5od?S7 88. And the prestige of 38 years success and experience. Asset!) January 1, 1858. Cash in haud,?Uepq<dtesin lI(trtfdBanka,$348,123 69 Cash ill transit and Agents,lmuds, 100,872 05 Money due the Co., secured by Mortgage,... 6,418 04 Re;d imitate miincumbered ,... 47,653 42 Bills Receivable 35,177 18 UAItK?T VALUE. 102Bonds6;7 AlOperc?.interest^i...

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 February 1860

0( C'J f ail|! futdltjcttfrt CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EmTOH3 ASD PROPBIETOBS. Wima.T,by mill, lnadrano^. 1,00 W H E E L I N G :' fridaf Mornipg, Feb. 24, 1860." '* tWf of Country?T lie Hodal . ??m ?* Gior(t W. Smith. YtatJt George Rapp was alive, atlll bad ' Bis colony up at Economy, - in Beaver c*OAtyrPa.,.in full tide of successful ope . .-rfction,- it became ? place of great resort r for enrlons agriculturists andagricttlturally disposed persona from ' all this surround ing country. We can recollect teeing peo " pie go in little parties of half a dozen, for the pleasure of a ride through the beauti ful country between here and there, and for the satisfaction of seeing into the ways and means-T>y which Rapp. bad made his firm the model farm of ?41 the country.? He was the first one in the Upper Ohio - Valley to reduce farming to. a thoroughly scientific basii, an4 to throw; around the - ?? ragged, pursuits ? of J$e .plough, the bar- - ' ?V, "the fat?ryi< spade;'the-scy't^e, ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 24 February 1860

Jtailg tnttv Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. i? Friday Morning, Feb. 24, I860 TO PRINTERS. ISO INK3.' "f*? pric"' CAMPBELL t McDERMOT. Tbe Daily Intelligencer will be supplied iu Steubenrille, every morning, by Mr. E. Oiendenning, General News Agent. JT? Daily Intelligencer U the paper en titled 13 the Letter List under the laic of Concrete, it having the laryeit circulation uf any paper in Wheeling. e&-ur Again.?Lizzie tfoyle was up be fore Aid. Dulty for stealing a pair of shoes from A. M. Cook's shoe store. Officer Hawley escorted the young lady to rooms in the stone house on 5th St. ?^~Uicu^et. Filuen, Maxick's, assistant depredator against the peace and dignity of tbe house on Poverty Point, was ar rested yesterday by officer Lancaster, and taken before Alderman Quiglcy, who fined him $2 60 and sent him up for ten days. . S?~P*?K?YLVA!C1A Railhoad.?It seems that the coai trade of this road is now ex tremely large and yearly i ncreasing. Last j year 933...

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 February 1860

jiK'i rttlGa/.f; u ! .i for the lnt?lU*?ne?r.J. . The Sands o> Dee* . . . __ i 1 opinion, not a ill jr the mo?t"artistlo"e?rort of its author, hat one of tin flnest irtyto in the language: "Oh Miry. (CO. andcill the caUUhoma, And cull the cittle hDms, Acroee the good* o' ?: The w^torn wind was wild, and dank wi' (gam; And aUalSrie west ?he. k K j /m.-t ?/ ? ?*!*?- "i C? tl?U ?* The creepy tide cam* up along tbeeaod; * h** And o'er, ando'or the wuid, - And roaod,4uid round the sand, c -? ; .As ferasejre conld see. The blinding mlrtcame down and bid the land; + .'And ilew homebameehc. * . "O! f?Tt weed, or fish, or floating hair, Above the neta-at sea?" . .Ww noverrUuion yst taatshoneao fair ' Airiang the *t*k?uuf Dee." - T Tti?^Powol;h^r'homo, iw:rD? the rolling fxn!/ The'crnol crawltai-feim, ..'.Tha crhel hti.i?or f' . - To hf r grarp beside the ?ev *?' ?' But* still theb>itm^nheir her call the cattJo home Acr.wa the Sand* o*~Dee. . _ - : :?. J. ? ??? T.iwelleb oa trie ?<4W...

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 February 1860

VOLUME 8. FEBRUARY 25, 1S60. NUMBER 159. PIUNTKD AND "PUBLISHED BY c AMPBELI. 8t ffi'DERMOT, ISTELIilGBSCEB BCttDISGS, JV". Jlearner <\f Quincy aijd Mdin-SU. TERMS: p,il? (l,y inniK payable in advr.ncc, $5,00 J-.v tlie (p?y?Uo ti> tlicCarriera^-J 10 Iri-W?Uy, (pcrj enr, payable In advnnct,) 3,00 fiy Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, ma it bo laid In udvnnce. ?X NS-TJ RASCE. Choice First Class Insurance ?-IS IDl-i . A.aJ W3 rtARTER PERPETUAL. xfS-rasii Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. Witu a 'qmrui* of $506,387 88. t 'And the prestige of 38 years success aud experience. Assets, Jannary 1, 1858.' ' Gash In hand, k Deposltos in HartfdEanks?348,123 69 Cash in transit and Agentsjhands, 100,672 05 Money due tlio Co., secured by Mortgage^..* ^j,418 04 Real Estate unincumbered it Bills Receivable 35,177 18 MAItKET VALUE. 102Bond*0,7 Jfcl0perct.interestainnually,$102,0o0 00 057 Shares Kail Quad SlUck,...

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 February 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Daily, delivered In city, per week, 10 <wnta Dailt, by moil,in advance^ ......$5,00 Tki-Wssxlt. by null, In advance^. >3>00 Wezklt, by mail, In advance,... 1,00 WHEELING : " Saturday Morning, Feb. 25,1860. , Parties in this county may now bo said to be in the condition called "lying around loose." Some portion of the peo ple follow Paul, some Apollos, and some ' neither. Most everybody's ideas are more or less mixed up. Many old notions hare been wrenched from their moorings with in the last year or two, and men are as much inclined to proceed on the electic system, as anything else, and choose from this and that creed, just as it may gee with their feelings, their fancies, or their convictions. The Opposition are divided, and so are the Democracy. Some are Old Line"Whigs, pure and simple; others are Bates Whigs?that is, half Whigs and half .Republicans, as Bates Whiggery is inter preted hereabouts. Some are whole Be ...

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 February 1860

?ftTiiWgest Circulation of any; Paper in Western Virginia, -ffia Saturday Morning, Feb. 25,1800 TO PRINTERS. JngT KB0EIVKD-?A frc*li supply of WADK'S CKLKDRATKD COLORED AND BLACK PRINT ING IVK3. whicli we offer to tho trade at manufke '"SSa Pri M CAMPBELL Jt McDKRMOT. The Daily Intelligencer will be supplied in Stcubeuville, every morning, by Mr. E. (iJendenuing, General News Agent. The Dail'J Intelligencer it the paper en titled to the Letter liet under the late of Congress, it having the largest circulation of any paper in Wheeling. The River.?Business about the landing is rather dull, although the past few days of warm weather have put the river in spleudid boating order. There were eighteen feet six inches water in the channel by pier mark, and rising. A perfect rush of coal boats may be expectcd from above, by Sunday. The arrivals and de partures, yesterday, were : The Woodside, from and to Parkersburg^ the Ingomar from and to Sunfish; the Convoy, from and to Steubenville, and ...

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 February 1860

Gaiter Boots. ? k-: . . . O dainty foot! . 0 gaiter boot! To piety you're allocking; 1 only know - . : Of; one tiling worse, ? And that'll a snow-wliite stacking. So neat and clgau, i? Together wen, , ' E'en stoics must agree To yon to vote What Gray once wrote, A handsome L E G. The lasting theme Of midnight dream, The very' soul of song, Man wants yoa little Here below, ; ; .. . . , And never wants you long - ??ji) -fr. By Plato ne'er By Pinto rather given, To lead poor men .. : (An easy plan) . To any place butheaven. Yet still I vow There's magic now About a woman's foot, And cunning was The wizard hand: That made a gaiter boot. J?or while the. knave . The gaiter gave. To mortals t6 en&nare them, iloft*'. Mankind he hdaxed, iiJv o'j d I . And even cowctM^ - The angels down to wear them. ziidt jiiTrrz?r . ? ^ 9 . ^ ;. "BKothcr Ooose." ? 9rWe doings if tlie. House of Representatives have aplly Illustrated by the Philadelphia Journal, ? fa aMbe^rverrfori of"Mother Ooo^e." "Ther...

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 February 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, V ^ * MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1S60. NUMBER 160. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, INTELLIGENCER BUILDINGS, JS* E-ctrrncf rrf Qnincy and Main-SU. TERMS: Daily;(by matl. payable in iulnuice,^! $5,00 By the Week, (payable to the Carriers.)... 10 Tri-Wcekly, (per year. ] my a bit; in advance.) .. 3,00 JOSF Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, m?3t be paid lu advance. 'INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? i x T II e ? A . 1 -13 ? - BARTER. PERPFTUAL. 4&-Cas>> Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. WITH A STBPLUS OF $500,387 88. Aud the prestige of 38 years success and experience. Assets, January 1, 185 8. Cash in hand,<& Depositee in llartfd BankSj$348,123 09 Cash in transit and Agcnt^hands. 1UG.S72 05 Money due the Co., secured by Mortgage,... 5,41804 JUsal i?ijt?tta unincumbered Bills Receivable 35.177 18 MAKKKT VALUE. 102Bonds6,7& TOjierct.interest,a...

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 February 1860

"CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITORS AND PHOPKIETOR8. TKUMfiT?Diitr, drflTrr?d tnrilJSP" "tk' 10^"m yyrgf.T?l>y mall, in?dT>nc*~~ WHEELING : Monday Morning. Feb. 27,1880._ . We publish to-day, a remarkable leader from the London Tuna, the great Thunder er of Europe, and the prince of newspa iierdora. The Timet, as it will be seen, iiredicts the sure coining downfall of Aus tria, and in response to its predictions, the people of England, as well as millions on the Continent, will send up a hearty God grant that it may be so." The people of this country, too, will join in the wish, and so will aU people, wherever they may be scattered throughout the world, who have in their minds and hearts an appreciate and love for those great free principles which Austria, the great foe of European ^liberty, U*8 so long anil . so remorselessly ''trampled under foot. H is strange "how great.a matter a lit tle ilre kindleth." But SO it is that Louis Napoleon. in his determination not to let AitBtr...

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 February 1860

Ob, Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Monday Morning. Feb. 27,1860^ TO J'RINTKUS. J [J.ST KEOHLVKI).?A fri'tli '.".Ijiplv of WADJTS CBI.KUKATHD CDLOHBD AMI lli.ACK l'RINT JNO INKS, which \vu offer to tlio trade at luanuCu. turcr's pricas. . . | 1.1,5 CAUPBXIA i McDHlUIOT. The Dtiljf Intelligencer \\ill be supplied in Steuhcnville, every morning', by .Mr. E. O'lcuileiiniiigi General Xeivs Agent. Pif Daily Intelligencer it the paper en ? tUM !?> the I.etl*r Lit! under the law of ConjreM, it haviiig the laryctt circulation u/tin'ipaper in ]\'h< ':hn<j. jpsg5*"C. & 1*. Kaii.koao.?Home changes hare been made in the running time of tbe & I\ Railroad, as will be seen by refer ing to ^tlie advertisement, to go into effect to-day. 8?~Tiis Stcnbeuvillc Herald advises merchant* going Bast to stop with Col. Webb, at his cxccllcut hotal, at Nos. 3, 5, and 7, Courtland street, Xew York, and says, what we most cordially endorse, that They cannot, we assure them...

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