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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 27 February 1860

|gg uUllxqtucev. To Ooldtitbalr. (PROM HORACE.) "' ' 2 *' All! Pyrrha tell me, -Who*! the happy Jot To \f?o.thee.on a conch of lavish ro*ej? 10 Who hithiwf InodaftMiii dfcw*. LnhJifohJ arm- sncldVJ Thee, to some happy grot ? For whom those nets of golden-gloried hair Dost thou entwine in cunning carelessueas? Abut, -poor boy-l?W1m* thee, in CmhI belieC caresses, Deeming thee vrlwllyfilr I Mow oft shall he thrfictlanen bemoan. When tiir to foul shall change?and he. unskillful . In pilotage, behold?with tempest* wildly wilful? The nappy calm overthrown f .-hflIo, H-ho now hopes that thou wilt ercrprore ' AH Toid of car*; and fall of fond endearing. Knows not thai varies more than zephyrs eren?veering Tho fickle breath of lore. Aht hapless he* to whom, like seas -untried, Thon seeraoot thirl That my fen-going's ended My-to??? tablet proTM, (o those dark god. suspended Wlto o'er the waru preside. , _ Qjrnhifl jftigazinr Ay ExTisocisitEB.?Dr. X. attended a masqnerade ball. In the motley ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1860

V OLUME 8. FEBRUARY 28, 1860. NUMB1R161. MN'rto ANI> I'CDbmiKDfeY. -i CAMPBELL & M'DEKMOT, l\TEtl.iC:BXflES& BfltpiJJGfe, jv; jl corner of Quincj and Jlain-jSts. X JE RMS: ;> ilr. by mail. payablr in o<iv.we,>. ..,$3,00 T.v the Week, ("jmyaMe to the Camm.).....? 10 TrMYcekJy, (per year-payable iu advance,) 3j00 ^ Advertising done on reaaonhble terms. All Advertisements from a distance, or from transient citv customer?- nut <t be paid in advance. 'INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? r S* THE ? .... i -i...? xuvfiraa pejipfxual ^Srn.iaU Capital &40Q ab -lute and unimpaired. ?- WTil A Sti 'iiglUjj /)P:$)OC.ofl7!^, ; And the prcjtigoof 35 years ?uccc?.s and experience. Ausets, .January I, 185 8. C.nh in hand, Se Depo.iito's in Ilartf di;auks,$ai8,123 60 Cash iiYtran-dt and Agent^hands 100,872 06 M.iauy duu t l*v Co.,. seen red by Mortgage,... 5,418 0-1 Ileal i^t.iieuniiicuinbered 47,055 42 L.lli .Icceivablo l^h r^i77 j# value. 102 bonds 0,i li Idperct.ln...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1860

Taeaday Morningi Iteb- 88, I860. Call tor the BtiraUtcM Convention* Tlco PrMldent oppowd to th??rrjpt P^'<gon >n4 ijrcsent Administration, to ?_ thaTorri SSS-UOK to the *???? lr?> .11 th. T-frftori-of *? - ? reining; of tf? gf?n?1^ who ?? In Union, n?d?^h? TOii?tltti_U Adnxlntattntion to 1U people; of.??torta6?L <?dto the principles of gr? g*fegfear3 Sao?S?y6f the Oomtltntion and JSS/tfthS pypopi ... ftrfl reaaoBted to B#?t to th# sssraggssss ' D?BTS**IA.?In our paper this. morn inn, is a communication from one of our city pbysicUne, the only one, we believe, practicing the system he advocates, (or at all events the prominent one,) on the new disease called Diphtheria, or throat mala dy It seems this disease is not so new in its origin as was generally supposed, but ha. been more or less in vogue in other countries for a couple of centuries back. It made its appearance hereabouts quite recently, and was a serious cause of alarm a week or two ago, it having attacked very ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1860

nil]) ? nteUijwtf S^Tliargost. Circulation of any Paper in Wastorn Virginia.'fk? " Tuesday Morning-, Feb. 2871860" TO PRINTERS JFST RECEIVED.?A friMh tmpplr of WADP'K CELEBRATED COUMBD AND BLACK PRI VT J.vfi INKS, which we offer to ttic trade at manufitc furrr'i pricct. f?bS CAMPBELL k McDEKMOT. tnc Daily Intelligencer will* be supplied in steiibenvHIe, every morninjr, Viy Mr. K. Ulcndcnning, General Vetrs Agent. Tiit Intelligencer it the paper en ti'.Ud to Ike. Letter J.iat under the law of Congress, it having Ihe largest circulation of any paper in Wheeling. Reg~0s oca table we have the following Look3 and magaziues: Appleton'i Encloptdia?8tb vol., J. C. Oit, agent in this city. Womanj?By Mitchelet ? author of L'Amour Buddi Carleton/New York, pub lishers ; J. C. Orr, Wheeling, agent. Legal Guide?or the Business man's as sistant?J. A. Colby & Co., Chicago, pub lishers. The Knickerbocker Magazine: Blackwood? Magazine: The Kclectic: The Hforth Ameri can Review: Harper's Magaxine,...

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. — 28 February 1860

?!*' ' My Love Annie. bi 3as3 xotoca, author or "jobs haiafax." Soft of voice and light of hand, Al tbe fairest in the land: Who can rightly un ierstand My love Annie 7 ^ _ Slmiilain her thoughts and ways, Wme in every word she ?ay?i Who shall even dare to praise My lovejlpsje > . Midst a naughty World and rude, Never in ungentle mood; Never tired orbelng goort, My lore Annie. Hundreds of the wise and great ' Might o'ortook 'her meek estate; But on her (rood angels wait, My lo?? Annie. Many or few Ifce Itfrei that may Shine npon har silent way? Ood will love hor night and day, My love Annie. -I A Fragment. Oh I ithat hallo jrrd form Is ns'ar brjot. Which first lore trac'd; Still it lingering haunts the greenest spot -''On-msnrary'swasU! ?. ass, - j ? ?Iwasmerning's winged dream I 'TwirJlgiLthst ne'er can shine ??*ln, ^ On life's dull stream 1 Oh! 'twas a light that ne'er can shine again, On life's dull stream. - SCOTT, 1 "Wo. 1ST ai a in Street, I. WHEELING,.'A Wholes.ili ajtd Bz...

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. — 29 February 1860

r;:i\tLijtajsD; 1'V::jl:sued jiy CAWPB3LL & E'DEamOT, i r: tell. jgejt c !?;u b mldikga, i:!-artier j Quiitt-j auJ J!uin-St:. T XC It 3X ? : PiHv, (b^feall payable' in advance,>?'....$."1.00 j?y the Weekj: (payable to the Carrier*,). 10 'i n'-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance.) 3,00 #7;r Advert icing Juno ou reasonable terms. AH advertisements from a distance, or from transient cltv cuitomor^ mtul bo paid in :\dvance. in,. .1 j. in,.? t, 'INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? IX xus ? A . V.J' 1-13? -xxARTER PERPFTUAL. tfJ-Oas'n CapitalSLOOO.COy, ab^dute and unimpaired. with a stum, us or $506,387 ?S.. And tho prestige of US years success and experience. Asn^fj^Jan^iary 1, 1858. Cash i:i hand, <5: Dopottios in llartTd Ranks,$3-13.123 CP Cv?h in transit and Agcnt.^handa.......'. 1U0.H72 05 Money tine tho Co., eecurcu by Mortgage,;.. 6,41 S 04 lloaii^UiBUniucuinbcrod 47,C53 42 Bills Receivable 30.177 13 MARHtT VAJ.UK. lD2Hond50,7i 10perct.ii; tercet,arinuully,$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. — 29 February 1860

aitglftttrtUgfttrcr CAMPBELL & M'BERMOT, EDITORS AJO> PEOPRIETOH8. , TERMS-?Dailt, de&ver'-i In city, per week, 10 w*<q.U Dajxt. by aftflt in advance*? 16,CO Tw-Wrm.T. bj mail, in advance^.? 5,CO Wkxly, by mill, In adraitde^. ? l.Ou W H EELIK G : Wednesday Morning, Feb. 29.1860. ? Call for the Wheeling Republican v Convention. All citizens of Virginia who are trilling to co-oper ate In the support cf candidate* for President and Tice President opposed to the oorrnpt policy of the present Administration; to Federal corruption and usurpation; to the extension of Slavery In the Terri tories; to the new and dangerous political doctrine, that the Constitution, of Its own force, carries Slavery Into all the Territories of the United States; to the re-openlsg of the African Slave Trade; to any in equalitv of rights among citizens and who are In favor of the immediate admission of Kansas into the Union, under the constitution recently adopted by Its people; of restoring the Fe...

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. — 29 February 1860

- ' Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Tg^dnlsday Morning, Feb. 29. I860 TO PRINTKKS. ST 1 IBM IXC ISK. torw? pnc?- CAMPBELL k McDKRMOT. Sheriffalty Announcements?In the Daily- m the Weekly, $3 addi tional- ^ CRICKET MKBTISG. ri'JiK MKMBHItg OF THE WHEELING CRICKET J club- a*.i;l other* -J--oiroua or joining the or* -^?iMtiun,are requested to meet on thislWnlne^lny) frealnj? at 7 o'clock, la the I:*n:t lemon's Parlor of the VcLoro II uso. A laigfi attendance la desirable. ' Titii'.?A trip over the Baltimore 4 Ohio Railroad ait tliis season of tlie .venr, (Ten before leaves and the buds and flow ers have unfolded their petals, is attended iriib scarcely less pleasure than in the height of spring and autumn. The sub scriber, having obtained leave of abseuce for a short time, has been gliding by the .-top ravines of K-iccoon creek and Three Forks, by the wild cataracts and -mountain gorges of Cheat river, by the mo3s-grown rocks, as big as bouses, by tlie fir tree3, ...

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. — 29 February 1860

1\,i i "liV U "n it' V girilg gutHligcucrh j "If I were a. BoyV* I'd bare a dozen pretty girls, For -^oonsln*"?nothing more; And then Fd hare a dear brunette, ? darling I'd odor*. A darling melting black eyed k?ve, A tensing, hng^lng elf. With yielding chana# end round white anas; 'A difcu-?Juoi like-myself. I'd ner^r slander woman, So! I'd never ki? and cell, And there's Mime fellows in th!i t<mn, Ob!?wonldu't X tbraib 'em troll! Kiteci* Oh. Is there e Joy In the wide world *oarrant A* that inotnen: of bl bj when t lie glowing lips meet* And On 1 kruisve twining with mutual c^resa, Hash loving esd living, the nther to bless? That "kiss on the ?ly" may do rerywell. But thoie ?vho indulge it *re ?o apt t> Ull;. Sow. a miser am i, cujiatiag ki*?ej like gjld, And tbe charm 1M aoo a brake, If the secret S31 old. Bnt a kin of cool frlencbbl;) I care not t > sip. And k touch of bKaft ptiaion hnt scorchtne lip; Bat if tmth. lore *n l cruit, ou the tender lip roll, T cere'a a feist...

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 March 1860

NUMBER 16i VOLUME 8 WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1860 PBIXTKD AND I'L'UI.I.SrtF.I) BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMO' lXTJSLLI(;KXfER BVILDIHGil, .V. >- of Qu.acy and Main-Stt. TERMS: D.iilj, (by mail, pavablr in advance,).. $5 Bjr the Weok, (pn) able ti> the Carriers,). Tri-Wcek!y, (peryear,payable In advance,) j jty Advertising dono on rauonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from traasl city customers, must bo paid in advance. ^INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurant ? i x THE _CQNK AiiJJ l<13-^ioAnT?R PEKPFTU, And the preatigeof 08 years success And erporlcr 4?et?, Jgnnsry 1, 185 8. Cash In hand,* Depositosiu HartrdBanks,$3iS,12S Cash in transit and Agents^hands, 100,872 Money due the Co., secured by Mortgage,... 5,416 Real Estate unincumbered 47 053 BJJls Kecefvable 35)177 , - ? . _ _ MARKET VAL 102 Bonds 0. i i-10 per ct. interest,annually.$102,000 607 Shares Rail Qo:fd Sftick 54 nq 60 " Connecticut River Co. Stock....'.'.'..'. 1,250 Stafford Ilank ...

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 March 1860

gfutcltigrnccv ^CAMPBELL & M'DEEM0T, ? j-EDITORfl A|fP I'UQPUUiTua.-. TERM;?.? Daily. delivffBfl in city, per v. eek. ja rent! .. _ Dailt. by mail, in ml*nn'-e_.. - ^.\0( 1 fni- rTM-WnriT. !?> gi?ui ?</* Weekly, by ninil."inadv?m. ?% l.*K ? ? ?? .7 ? . .? ?.t - - W 11 K i: J, i X (i : Thursday Morning, March 1,1860. C>? for the Wh cc 11 ng Rcpu l?licn n Convention. T ? **AhirltiieMV*f Virginia Tfrh& 4frflHnV~^ &d?Kpei); ate in the snppozt of candidates f ?r President nnd Vice President opposed to the corrupt j?olicvofj th? J?*fnt Administration; to federal ,cnrraprtfonfnn<J < T??urfnt1(5n; to tho extension of*8Iaveryiin the Terri tories: to the new and dangerous political doctrine, lliat the Constitution, of its own force, carries Slavery . txJiito all the Territories of the United States; to fh? '";"i*>?pe7iJn5 ortho African Slave Trade; to'any in * eiputtfr of rights at/long citizen .si and \rbo *r* in ** favbr of flic immediate admission of Kansas In...

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 March 1860

liarfiost CJirbajaXioa of any Paper i Weittira Virginia. "S? Tiua sday Morning, March 1,1860 to pitnjrjbERs. rijsX JtKCKIVKD.? V jicVn aiippiv of WAIMi CKLKIiltAT KI> C)Lv)JU:i> AM? ni.ACK I MilN j;VG ISh'S. which \v? offer to the trade at inuimfr turpi'1' prices. febS CAMPBELL & McDKIlMOT. Sheriffalty Amioimesments? In fl Daily. $5; m the V/eekly, $3 add tionaL ? ? -GX* -> I ;/*Kxcitj:mext ox the Steasicu Mear ?i):;ok IIaxd assaulted by a Mate.?0 the lust trip of the Wheeling stcauicr IX. 1 Mear?. (.-apt. Jelly, while *!yi?i'gf at Port: mouth receivintr j?i^c iron, the mate of th boat committed an assault upon a decl hand, ami threatened to put out his inert chunk. The Portsmouth Tribune says: The assaulted man got up and started 1 run, closely followed 1 ?y tiie angry mul with a scrap of iron in his hand, who i turn was pursued 1)3- other stevedores, an the mate lied to the boat for safety, li attempted to board the yawl and make fc the Kentucky shore, but in this 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. — 1 March 1860

wig Wind and Sea. The Sea i-j a jovial comrade. He laughs wherever be goes; His merriment shines in the dlmpUug lines That wrinkle his hale repose; He lava himself down at the feet of the San, And shakes all over with glee. And the broad backed billows fsll faint on the shore In the mirth of the mighty SeeJ But the Wind is sod and restless, And cursed with an inward pain; You may hark as you will, by valley or hill, But you hear him still complain, He wails on the barren mountain*, And shrieks on the wintry sea; He sobs on the cedar, and moan* in the pine. And shudders all orsr the aspen tree. Welcome are both their roice?. And I know not which is best? The laughter that Blips from the Ocean's lips, Or the comfortless Wind's unrest, There's a pang in all rejoicing, A joy in the heart of pain, And the Wind'that saddens, the Sex that gladdens, Are singing the self-same strain! Clips. [Selected for the Intelligeucer.J The lady who tried to read by the light of other days subsequently t...

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 March 1860

NUMBER 101 WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, I860 VOLUME 8 I'KINTI.D AS"D i'Ul!!.ISlli:0 J1V CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT. IiTEI.LlGKSCKn IH,'II.mNGSf ?Y. J?.v?r7i(r of Q\iivcy and Jfqin-Xts. TERMS: Daily,<b>* mu^' imyabfe in advance,)._?? $5,00 By tlio Week, (payable to the Carriers.).... 10 Tr'-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance,) 3,00 x 43"* Advert wing done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers. mu.it bo paid in advance. "INSURANCE. Choice First tiass Insurance ? tthe ? A . A J 1 *13 ? -nARTER PEKPFTUAL. <Jb#-Qas:i Capital $1,000,090, absolute and unimpaired. with a j?tr:*lcs ??r $500,387 S8. And the prestige of 3S -years success anu experience. Assets, Jftuuary 1, 185 8. Cash in hand. & Depositee iu Hart fd Banks,$318,123 69 Ca^Ii in transit and Agentsihands, 100.872 05 Money due the Co.. secured by Mortgage,... 6,418 04 Real KtilaWs unincumbered 47.053 42 Billj Receivable 35,177 IS JIARK] T VALUE. 102 Bonds 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. — 2 March 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITOBJ3 JLXD PI10PRIET03S. TERMS.?Daily, delivered In city, per week, 10 rents Dailt, by xzutfl, in advance,.... 5-5,00 Tw-Wezklt. by matt, in advance... 3,00 ; . . WaxgLT, by mail, inadvance^. ...... 1,00 W H E E L I N O ; = Friday Morning, March 2,186Q. X?* tl*e Wheeling- Republican Convention. All citizens ofTIrginla who are willing to co-op er ?t? in the ?apport oT candidates for Present and Vice President opposed to the corrupt policy of the present Administration; to Federal corruption and usurpation: to the extension of Slavery in the Terri tories to the new and dangerous political doctriun. that the Constitution.-of its own force, carries Slavery into all tbo^ Territories of the United State*; to the re-opening of tho. African Slavo. Trade; to anv in equality of rights among citizens; and who are in favor of the immediate admission of Kansas into the Union, under the constitution recentlv adopted by Its people; of restoring the Federal Administratio...

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 March 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "Friday Morning, March ?, I860- j TO PRINTERS. JUST JlECKIYKI).?A fresh supply of WADE'S CtiLBUKATKD COLOR EI) AM) BLACK PRINT JXU INKS, which we Offer- to the trade at munufac- ; lurer's prices. 1 fab9 CAMPBKLL & MeDKKMOT. j Sheriffalty Announcements?In the j jaiiy. $5; in the Weekly, S3 addi tional. ^ Lamb of Innocence.?Yesterday CaUierine Barret, who was arrested at tlic beginning of the week for appropriating various things that happened to be lying round loose in the house of Mr. John Ham ilton, on Fourth St., was brought out of jail? ?nd taken lielore Alt!. Dulty for a hearing. Many of the stolen articles were j produced and identified by members of the i family. After the cvidcncehad been taken I and a conclusion o! ' dead wood" had pos- : sessed the minds of all present. Catherine was asked if she had any questions to ask j the witnesses. With au appearance of in- i jured innocence that might have melt- | ed a heart o...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 2 March 1860

^uMligcucevv JL Silly Socg. "Ohettrt. my heart!"* ?Iio nl^nnd h?anf Hi* mate the blackbird <: ailing, While through tbp ?fteen of the garden green May riina\'os softly filling? Ay, aofVly, siftly iautng. The bufter?cup3 across the field Mule sunshine -rifts of splendor: ? The round aqow-bud of tl^thorn la tfce wood Pe^p'd tb'rough ?ts leafage tender, is the rain came softly falling. ?40 heart. my .heart"! *\ sfie sal ii and einiled, - ' There's c ?ra tree of the vnlley. Or a ieif. I wu, which the rain** soft kiss Freshen* in Trader alley. Where the drops keep ever falling. ??There's not a foolish flower In the grass, Or bird through the woodland calling, So plod again of the coming rain, As I of theie tears now falling? The^c happy tears down falling-*' ?Mils Mulocfi. [From the Century.] Rann Arborca. In the old elm trea. Hard by. tlie rovL 'Mongfthe deep foliage iiingj tfie tree toad? ivl little trouba lourl Singing f >r evermore, Only to me. Sa.I U the memory Now co*nrag-m'?...

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 March 1860

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED ISY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iKTEIiLICENCER BUILDINGS, jY. E. corner of Quincy and Main-Sis. TERMS: Daily. (by iniiil. payable in advance.). $5,00 j*,y the Week, (payable to the Carriers,). 10 Tri-Weekly, ($er year,payable in advance,) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable term?. /.II advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. 'INSURANCE Choice First (lass Insurance ? IX THE A. J :j 1x13? -nAUTER PERPFTUAL Capital Sl.OOO.ouO, absolute and unimpaired. WJTI! A STIii'LCS OF S506..'l&7 bS. And the prestige of 33 years success and experience. Assets, January 1, 185 8. Cash in band, ?fcDepo?ite-> in Ilartfd Hanks.$318,12.?. 09 Cash in transit and Ageiit.^lmnds. ICO,87- 05 ."Money du?s the Co., secured by Mortgage.... 5,418 04 Jtcai Llntate unincumbered 47.653 42 Pills Receivable 35.177 18 MAKKF.T VALUE. 102 Ponds 0,7 it 10perct.interest,annually.$102,^000 00 057 Shares Roil QoadStOck 54,410 00 50 " Connecticut Rh*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. — 3 March 1860

Sails gffifSnFpWelf C AMPBEL iT&M^DERM 0 T,~~ KDITOR8 ANI? PKOPJIIETORS. TKKMS.?D.vilt. delivered in city, j>er week. 1?? retaim 1)aii.y, hy mail. In advance.. 55,00 Trk?Wkekly, J?J xndil, in advance^. Weekly, by mail, in advance 1>W> W H K "k"i*4 I 3ST Q : Saturday Morning, March 3,1860. Call for Oie WhcfUng HcjiuMtcau Convent ion. All citizens of Virginia who are willing to co-oper ate In the support of candidates f??r President an?l Vice President oppotod to the corrupt policy <>f the present Administration: to Federal corruption and ? murjmtiop: to tin* ogtoo?ioa of BUveir in flie Tern 'Vorta*: infill new and ?langeroua'polftica! doctrine, that the Constitution, of itrfowu f >r.-e. carriea Slavery into oil the Territories of the United States: to the re-openin?: of the African Slave Trade; to any in equality of right* among ritl*eh<! and who are In favor of the immediate admission of Kansas into the Unions under tho constitution recently adopted by it* p...

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 March 1860

, a. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia."fax Saturday.Morning, March 3, 1860? TO PRINTERS. rL'ST BKCKIVKl).'?A fiv>h Hiitiply of WADE'S A t; K !? K BR AT KD COLORED AND II LACK I'jJJNT j \"tl !.N*IvS. which we offer tn iiiu trade at uiaimfac prices. r. i.s CAMPBELL A McDKRMOT. <*> Sheriffalty Announcements?In the Daiiy. $5; an the Weekly, $3 addi ticiifil- t ^ j^fStTICIDK BY Drowsing?A Sorrow i, .. Talk.?A man whose name we could not K am jumped overboard fromtbe'stearner Dfi otali. a short distance below this eitv. :t il.sy or two ago, and was drowned. His story, as related tons, is certainly a sor rowful one. The man was a native, we believe, of Belmont county, Ohio. About :i year since he moved to the West, taking with him a wife and seveu children, and there hoped to gain for himself a compe tence. Like many others his bright anti cipations of prosperity were blasted by the unfavorable appearance of things in the new country and after a short residence...

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