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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 20 October 1865

$Rmbant Sailoritjg. 1865. 1865. JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOR MEN'S WEAR. OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE* CON slstiug of the following Goods: French, English and German CLOTI-IS. French, English, and American COATINGS. | Fronch, English, Scotch and American Cassimeres. BEAVERS & OVERCOATINGS Of tho following makes. Schillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolfing and VESTINGS, Velvet, Caskmers and Silk. CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES. Skirts of tke Best Make & Qnality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Skirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerckiefs. Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. Cotton & Merino Half Hose. Call nnd oxntnineour Slock Ireforopurchas Ing elsewhere. JOHN T. I.AKI.N' A CO., No. 25 Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va, oclO ThoST I'TTiiomas. H kn ky "Stukoeon. NEW FIRM. The undersigned having pitr chased the entire Stock of Goods of Mos sors Wm. B. Sensetiey A Co., l>eg leave to In form tho customers of the More ami the pu...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 20 October 1865

SkJntf%fticer. PBWAY MOBItl.ua. o?T- 20* Thb Uniox Mkbtlno attiikCouut| IIotmK I,AST Nkiut.?The Union meet ing nt tho Court riouso lust night1 vriui u perfect succeHH. Tlie mooting wu* orgutilaid by elect ing 'Hon. Chester 1). Hubbard chair man. Tho following gentlemen wore chosen vico presidents: Henry Cranglo, Copt. A. it. lirltt, Frank Waiters, J. Molvln Hlehurds, J. L. Stifei, John Clutor.Capt. John Cnrlln, George Zoockler, l'hlllp Schulo, Friil. C. Myers, E(l. Held, Da vld Armstrong, Charles Hellers, Wll lam Shields, Samuel Irwin, David K. Doncl, Theophllus Pugh, W. 1*. MoKol vey, .Tamos lhnlley, William Hastings, Louis Roller, John Oostorllng. Tlio following Is a list of tho Secre taries: llonjamln Davenport, William L. McNeely, John P. Hopkins. After thanking tho meeting for the honor conferred on Idm, Mr. Hubbard Introduced the Hon. John A. Bingham, of Ohio, tho staunch friend, from tho first, of West Virginia. Mr. lilngham then proceeded, in a splendid address of over an ho...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 October 1865

VOL XIV. ?WHEBUXq, WEST VA., SATURDAY MORNTNO. OCTOBER iTl"^ NO. 48. ... IHrOIral. SELLERS' COUGH SYBUP. IT IS PROMPT IN ITS ACTION, ALWAYS safe. and may be Riven to tlie smallest chlktf . or most delicate female,u\lthc*m0denoe-ln its fatten*. Containing tiq; lnflammltoiy or spirituous Itigr?'>dlenU\tfhhteVer/lt la not only applicable to the vast majority or Pnlmonary anil Ilronchlol affections, but is peculiarly valuable to children, affording groat relief in Whooping Cough and kindred diseases. From a large number of certificates received from year to year, wo present the following: From the Rev. T. ?1. lJ?rab. Piuitor or the Baptist Church, Alexandria, Ohio. ALEXANDRIA, I.Irking Co., Feb.24,1856. In January, 1KM. I had a severe oougli, pro* ceeding from a b*vl cold, no that I ooughed al most in<xM?tidlj/,rQT two days and a nightffrom Friday morning until Saturday night, I took twice, in the evening, of the prescribed dose and retired and slept all night without a tin pie in...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 October 1865

CAMPBELL & K'DEEKOT, EDITORS A.ND PROPHIKTOR8. WATl'BDAY MOHXl.\Q, OCT. 2|. UNION TICKET. Htatc Wennte. OE*. I. If. DVV.il. House or lJeleBate8, COL WM. B. CUHTIN. 'AfOB 1IOKXBROOK. JOfiEPlK BELL. MB. BIStiHAH'S GREAT HPEEC1I. Our first page to-day is almost whol ly occupied by a verbatim report of the masterly speech delivered by lion. John A. Bingham at our Court House last Thursday evening. We make no apol ogy for its length. It Is a speech for the times?full of sterling facts and ar guments. We commend its careful raiding to every one into whose hands this paper may come. llarrfMon Comity. Mr. A. Werninger of Clarksburg, is the Union candidate for the Senate-, in the district composed of the counties of Harrison, IUtchie, Doddridge, Tyler and Pleasants. Marion County. David Cunningham and Jacob C. Beesonare the Union candidates in Ma rion. I loth of them straight-out, un conditional men from the start. ? Only Fonr 51 or? Working I>nyn Before the Election. Only four more w...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 October 1865

ffierttant Sailorin^. 1865. 1865. JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods POH MEN'S WEAK. OUR STOCK 18 NOW COMPLETE, CON ?lstlnc of the following Goods: French, English and German CLOTHS. French, English, and American COA.TI3STOS. French, English, Scotch and American C assimeres. BEAVERS & OVERCOATINGS Of the following make*. Schillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolfings and Johanies. VESTINGS, Velvet, Cashmere and Silk.! CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES. Shirts of the Best Hake & Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs. Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. | Cotton & Merino Half Hose. Call and examine our Stock before purchns- I ing elsewhere. JOHN T. LAKIK ft CO.. No. 25 Monroe street,"Wheeling, W. Va, oclO Thos. FT'hiovAS. Henry Btttrokox. J NEW FIRM. mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR X chased the entire Stock of Goods of Mes sers Win. B. Senseney A Co.. beg leave to In form the customer* of the st...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 October 1865

SB&lttidligtmv. iATTKDAY MOBHWI. OCT. M. Th* TilADKLPirTA MEEn.io.-A spe CW train on the Hempfield road leaves the depot at one o'clock to-day. ftnitn free out and back. Turn out, jUnloii men, and give the afternoon to the snc <*? of the good can sf. fun, on, and uL'Zn"" B" enJ 'yable Saturday af Mectiso at West Ijbkrty.?The ir repressible Union men of Liberty town ?nlp propose to hold a live meeting at . IJberty, on Tuesday afternoon next. Sec their advertisement in an other column. They extend a cordial invitation ?o the brethren in all the olier townships, city and country, to toko part in the meeting. Cibccit CounT.-Sudffe OaldvcU pre Circuit Court met yesterday morning at 9 o'clock, when the ana. ment in Ihe case of John Schmidt charged with the murder of Elizabeth Schmidt, on the 2d of May last, was re sumed. Mr. Caldwell spolce for about two hours in the morning, and was follow ed by Mr. George Davenport, in an opening speech for the defense of near ly two hours in len...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 23 October 1865

VOL. XIV. WHEEMKG. WEST VA.. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23,,1865. mm COOGH SYRUP. rP IS PROMPT IN ITS ACTION, ALWAYS Itafe, and may be itl vento the anaUail clilUl or moatdellcato female With confldenw In lu applicable to the vast majority of Pulmonary and Bronchial affections, but Is peculiarly valuable to children, affording great relief In year to year, we present tlie following: From "the lie v. T. ?J. l-nnib. Pwloror ? he UnptlMt CUureii* Aleundrln, ? aLkaxdbia, Licking Co., Feb. 24.1850. In January, ' >l?l a inhere coogh, pro ceedlng from a bad cold, so that 1 couched al most incttaautlySot two days and n iiighfc ftom' Friday morning untiL Saturday night, I took twice, in the evening, of tha prescribed dose and retired and slept all night without a rfn ule interruption from coughing. I took the syrup again In the morning, and preagto^iigq dtnflnyjthe day/wlthdpt 4ny Since that time I have given it frequenUy to my cldldren, and believe tliat it haseaieu tially relieved them. Yo...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 23 October 1865

SLhtMnMU^tucm CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, KDITORS AND PROPRIKTORS. MONDAY MORXISTfi, OCT. 23. UNION TICKET. HUite eniute, fiEN. I. H. Di VAL House of DcIegateH, t-OL. WM. B. ITKTIN. JACOB 1IOBIVBROOH. JOMKP1I BELL. Tyler County. Selman Wells In the regularly nomin ated Union candidate for the House of Delegates in Tyler county. We hope the loyal people of that county will give him their hearty support. The vote stood in convention, Wells 542 votes; Samuel Maytield 112; Shrlver Moore 217 votes. Tlio nomination of Mr. Wells was made unanimous by the convention. Brooke t'ouufjr. The Union men in Brooke county have not done and are not doing what they might have done in this canvass, as we learn from good authority. Wo urc sorry for this. Brooke is a peculiar county. Wendell Phillips said of a great aud good man that, like a turtle, In* needed a coal of fire on his back to inuku him move as he hud power to move. So with Brooke count)'.? Wont some of the "right men in the right place'* up t...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 23 October 1865

^Hfrrhant Sfclloring. 18657 7 1865 JOHN T. LAKIN & CO FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOR MEN'S WEAK. OUR STOCK IR NOW COMPLETE, CON- I BlifUllg of the following Uoods: I French, English and German ( CLOTHS. French, English, and American | coajttngtS. French. English, Scotch and American | C assimeres. BEATERS & OVERCOATINGS I Of tho following make*: Schillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolfing and X VESTINGS, Velvet, Caslimers and Silk. | CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES. Sbirts of the Best Make & Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk | Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchief^. Glove* of overs' Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. | Cotton & Merino Half Hose. Call ami examine our Stock before pure has- I ing elsewhere. I JOHN T. I.AKIN A* CO., No. 23 Monroe street. Wheeling, W. Va, ocH) TiiohTPTThomah. ~ " Hhnky Stukokon. | NEW FIRM. The undersigned having run diased tho entire Stock of Goods of Mes srs Win. B. Solvency it Co., beg leave to in form the custom...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 23 October 1865

I aoXDIT OCT. a. . OYSTERS CHEAPER THAN BEEF. 8a2htabt.?By late advice* from the East we learn that the cholera is still on its march West ward. The rapid ad vance In our direction of this devasta ting disease affords good cause for alarm in the minds of all. Its spread has not, so far, been successfully contested.? Like a simoon it has swept over nearly half of Europe already?and no halt in its step yet. Many learned men predict' that it will visit our shores. In view of this it will not do to rest with wishes that it will not come. It is idle to trust to hope, and supinely allow what can wholly or partly be prevented. Shall we cast ourselves under the wheels of this Juggernaut? It will certainly not be acting the part of rational men to make no show of defense against the malady. The question is: in what, and where, does the -remedy lie? We an swer that much can be insured to us in the proper exercise of sanitary meas ures. It behooves all to interest them sdQges in this matter. A...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 24 October 1865

VOL. XIV. WHEELING, WEST VA., TPESDAX MOB]ferG> OCTOBER 24, 1865. V 3 7 '?r NO. 50. ; U _ miJCRsr cough syritp. rP 18 PROMPT IN ITS ACTION, ALWAYS safe, and may ?>e given to the smallest child J or mondellcftte female with confidence In Its' ?pl\rat^"TWv!i!linKjort1y of Vufinounry and ltronchliU nflectloiw, but Is pccuUarty valuable to children, affording great relief In year to year, we present the following: Front the Rev. T. ?. Lamb, l'wtlor of the ItaqtfKt . t'^ipcb. Alexandria, <ma'i!exandria, 1 Joking Co., Feb. 21,1856. In January, ISM. I had a severe cough, pro ceeding from a bail cold, so that I coughed al twice, in the evening, of Uie prewcribeji do?e nnd retired and slept all night without a sin gle interruption from coughing. I took trie syrup again in the morning, and Since that time I have given it frequently: to my children, and believe that it hascscjen Yo^t?&i,amb. Bccommendetl particularly toflerjrr men, Lawycn ami other Public Speaker*. Professor Coffe...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 24 October 1865

SOhloiiUligmtxi CAMPBELL & M'DJBBMOT, Korrow x\i> raoramoKi TrPPAT Moayiic. OCT. Si. UNION TICKET. Htate Senate. G?5.LH.BrTAl. Boot rote for any man vbo wished 3TCQ migb't DerwliT^lop* boor?vbc sympathised with Ike Uaitore that were 5hoolin2 at yoc. aa>l warviag roai cuonJss to <kttib at A ifc> V rioorilk. ??4aj aa4 Ti Wf have now bat two remaining day* for work Ufow^e poUt ant opened.? I? ?r Unioc men in all the w*nb and in all the townships realize the ralne u! U?e two diTh? A hundred rctefc c*n be won or lost in this cocnsy in thai time. Ketnecnber that the county can pocl more than four ibooani voces. ra CtuUenj* every nt?&*? voce kztown or saspec&ed to be guilty ,>f trvasoa. ssd ii h is allowed to vote without swearing, take down his same. KrtttrioUrf, no man ha* a right to vote who has not rinded in West Vir ginia ..-ne rear. and in the county 36 day*, arid who U not a resident of the tow&ship where he offers to rote. Xatarmlljr. The refers of Oh...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 24 October 1865

^Kwfomt tailoring. 1865. 1865. JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOR MEN'S WEAR. QtJR STOCK M NOW COMPLErK, CON- I Elating or tlie following UooOk French, English and German | CLOTHS. ? French, English, and Ameriean | COATINGS. French, English, Scotch and American | C assimeres. BEAVEBS & OVERCOATINGS I Of the following makes; Schillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolflngs and Johanies. VESTINGS, Velvet, Cashmers and Silk. CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES. Shirts of tlie Best Make & duality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs. Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. Cotton & Merino Half Hose. Call and examine our Stock l>efore purchas ing elsewhere. JOIIX T. I.AKIN A CO., No. 25 Monroe street. Wheeling, W. Va, oclO TllUB. r.THOXAS. "~flkNKT'&r0k0K0K. I NEW FIRM. The undersigned having pur. chased the entire Btock of Goods or Mes sers Win. II- Senseney A Co., bog leave to in form the custom...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 24 October 1865

opeansre. ****RS A TL THOMAS WOULD AN ^Tmmhee* to the S*?*!! Octotar 3S, to which they are xmpectfujjjMta BoirarETi! BOMvrat! it crs. f. c. mykiw takes pleasure jVl In informing Iter friends and ctutomen thai she will open u fine assortment of Fail and Winter Bonnets and Hats, on Wednes day. October 25, at No. lflQ Main street. oc?4-2t The Democratic Meetino. Last Nioht.?1The meeting of the "reorgan ized Democracy" at Steubenrauch's hall, in Ritbhietown, last night, was far from being a success. There were present, when the meeting was called to order (which was not very successful ly preserved) just forty-seven persons, all told, by actual count. A few more, mostly boys, filtered in during the even ing, increasing the number probably to about sixty. The faithful were drawn up in two rows?one on each side of the hall?where they sat bolt upright, like passengers in an omnibus, with their backs against the wall, list ening to the sound doctrines of the saints of the "church of the noo...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 25 October 1865

WHEELING, "WEST VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25 1865. NO. 51. judical. orS^SSaU^S^S^t^j'c^ndcrrceirt its success. Containing no Inflammatory or spirituous ingredients whatever, it to not only applicable- to the vast majority of Pulmonary anil Bronchial affectum*, fbufl Is peculiarly valuable to children, affording great relief In Whooping Cough and kindred dLseiu>es. From a largo number of eertlflcates received from year to year, we preset ,the following: From the Rev. T. ?. U?nb, Piwtor of the Baptist Church, AlexnmlrJn, most tncenantlyfor two days and a night: from Friday morning until Hat unlay night, I took twice, in the evening, of the prescribed dose and retired and slept all night without ?#fn Ulr hll^tptkt* frA*\p$!Bhhi{t. --- -? I took tne syrup again In the morning, and preached twice during the day without any inconvenience. Since that time I have given it frequently to my children, nnd believe Unit it hase?on tlally relieved them. Youre, truly, T. G. LAMB. ] Recomm...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 25 October 1865

CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITOILS AND PROPRIKTORS. WEPXEWPAY MOEX1XO. OCT. attT UNION TICKET. Htute Henato. OE5. I. If. DUVAL. House of l>elegatest COL. WM. B. CURTIS. JACOB HOB2TBROOK. JOMEPH BELL. TIIE LIST DAY. This Is tlie lust day for work previous to the election. We havo before us several written commucutions conjur ing and adjuring us to exhort and ap peal to the Union men in the city and country to stand nobly to their duty.? "We do not think it necessary to publish them at this late hour in tho canvass.? We but repeat and print their substance when in all seriousness and earnestness we ask our Union people in each of tho wards and in all of tho townships, if they feel, each inan for himself, as if they had discharged thoir full duty in reference to tho election to-inorrow? We hope every man in our ranks will be able to say to-night that he has done his full duty, and that he knows of no shortcoming that he could have helped or hindered by any sacritico or trouble on his...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 25 October 1865

ymfamt SaUortog. 1865- ~ 1865. JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOR MEN'S WEAR. OUR STOCK IB NOW COMPLETE. OON slstlng of the following Goods: French, English and German CLOTHS. Frenoh, English, and American COATINGS. French, English, Scotch and American C assimeres. BEAVSBS & OTKRCOAMGS Of the following makes. Schillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolfing and VESMNGS. . Velvet, Cashmers and Silk. CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES. Shirts of the Best Make & Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs. Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. Cotton & Merino TTnif Hose. ngeliKwher&N^"0 our slock Usfore Purchis JOHN X. LAKIN <&: CO., ocU>?*25 M(?nroe Ktreet^ Wheeling, W. Va, TlIOS. IVl^HOKAS. JfciKKBY^TOROEON, NEW FIRM. The undersigned having pur. .rii<wl^<T?tH2?enUr8 ai??k of Goods of Mes ncrs Win. II. Senseney A Co., beer leave to ln V18 store n?d the pub lI.Xw^;V^thnt the>*...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 25 October 1865

twepamiB\y ?o?5i??, "? Gold 145-Oysters 90. roe street. only ninety cents percan. oc!6-lt? OPEXUO. MBS. A. U THOMAS WOULD AN nounce lo the la<lk* of Wheeling and Tl dmty that ?be will have 1111 opening of Fall and Winter Bonnet*. Hat*. Ac, on Tliumlay, * vt??j>er2B, towhicli they are t*apertfnll)Mn BOXNETN! BOSH ETUI * Ml IS. v. C. MYERS TAKES PLEASURE In Informing her friend, and cuxtomen thut khe will open a fine ajjortmentof Fall ami Winter Bonnet. and Hats,onMudo?; day, Odotier 25, at No. ion Main street. ocSt-a Thk Dkmhoiiatic Mkktinu at the CavKT Hoitkk tiKfrr Niuirr.?Ah per advertisement the Democratic meeting caine oil at the court house last night. After the display of a considerable amount of tiro-works, and some music from a hand, the- bnildlng was about one half filled. Many or those present we recognised as Union men?some of them prominent in the party. The first speaker was Mr. X. Rlcliard son. lie seemed to bo speaking against time,anil lasted only about u half ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 26 October 1865

NO. 53. -'""?"SPrtittal. !' ,;a SELLERS' COUGH SYRUP. rr 18 PROM IT IN ITS ACTION, ALWAYS safe, and may be given to the smallest child or most delicate female ^Uli^onrtdtmceiii ItH aj^Iml^e toThe^viist miijurit and Bronchial affections, hut is peculiarly valuable to children, affording great relief in WhoopingCoughand kiiidrcd .diseases. From a large numhftf t?f oertlffcates recelred from year to year, we present the following; From the Rev. T. CJ. iJirab, Piwtor of (lae ItnpU*t Church, Alexandria, A i.kxandrta, Licking Co., Feb.24,1856. In January, 18M, I had a severe cough, pro ceeding from a bad cold, so that I coughed al raost ince*mnUly Jor two days and alight: from Friday morning until Saturday night,. I tahk twice, in the evening, of tlrn prescribed <Iose and retired and slept all night without arfn yle interruption from couphinfj. I took the syrup uuuln In the morning, and preached ftric? during the day without any Inconvenience. ' - < ' - TV: >1 Since that time I h...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 26 October 1865

CAMPBELL & M'BEEMOT, KOITORS AXD PR01*$tTKT0RK. TUUKNRAY MOEXl?*?. OCT. ??? UNION TICKET. State HcniSte. GEBT. I. H. BBVAI' lloutto of JL>ol?jif?.t:?e, COL. WH. B. Ct^TW. JACOB HOWntallOK. JOSEPH BELL. ' OFK DITY XO-OAY. The time for argumei>? and discus sion in this column liar. gone by, and accordingly we have but" one last ap peal to make to the Uiilou inen to day. { The appearances are tbht we shall be successful. The prospect} is believed to to very encouraging indeed. The vote promises to be large?greiUer than last fall, in all probability, when we had a majority of 131 In the county. If so, our Union vole should sliowa handsome gain, and wo believe it will. Out work ing men, those who have participated most actively and laboriously in the contest, feel entirely sanguine that we shall achieve a glorious victory. We trust they are not mistaken. We hope their own creditable zeal pervades the bulk of our Union people. To a decided ly unusual extent we believe it does. B...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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