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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 3 March 1860

IMg gfttMugciiccr. (Wc call 'tutodifr poem from the volume by the authoress of "John Halifax.*' noticed a few diy? -since. It narrate* with touching -beauty. the often waged debate between the logic of policy and the logic of love.T Lvttifc* ?? BIT MQa MUL9CH. I said'to Lettice. our siiter Lettice, 1 -wls dtwpw sHH glistened her eyelash In-own, SXour man'jt a poor man. a cold and dour man, There's many a better nb-ni^ouf town." ?fSTie smiled necnrely?"ITelove^ mo purely, ft ?tnifr liMrt'i? safe. both in smile or frown; And nothing harms me, while his love warms me, Whether the world go up or down." *-IIe comer1 of strangers; and they are rangers. And ill to trust, girl, when out of ?iglit: FremJ f.dk may bliimo ye, and e'en deCtmr ye? A gown oft handled i? seldom white." ISJie raised serenely, l?er eyelids queenly? "My inn<?eencc is toy whitest gown; No h:?rc'i tongue grieves me. while he believes me, Whether the world g^mp t?rdown." *-Vour man's a frail man, wasjwVr a hale man, ...

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. — 5 March 1860

VOLUME S NUMBER 166. WHEELING, VA., MONDA Y MORNING MARCH 5, 1860 l'RINTKD AND l'Ulil.ISIIKD I1Y CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLIGES'CER RriI.DI!VGS, .V. r.. corner "/ Quiucy ant! "A" E It at SS : Dtlly.fby mail, payable in advance,). fc-j.Of f'.v tlie Week, (payable t.i theCarriers,). 10 Tri-\V?ekly, (per .voar, payable in advance.) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. AH a.lveiilsementsfroma.lirtance.nrfrom transient city customers, must be paid in advance. 'INSTJRA N C eT Choice First Class Insurance ? I " THE ? A ~ > 1-13? iiAliTER PUIil'lTUAL flSS^CasIi Capital Jl.oou.Mio. abwlute and unimpaired. WITH A STKI'LfS OF S:~jUU,ZSJ J>8. And the prestigeof 33 ,vcar8 8ucce? and experience. AssctMf January 1, 185 8. CnsU in hand. A: Deposit es in JInrtf d Dauks,$3;$.123 69 in transit and Agenls.hands lc*>.872 05 Mont?y due tliu Co.. Micurvii by Mtirtgugs,... 5.418 04 Ileal unincumbered 47.V-53 42 l?iil?? Receivable " ;J5J77 ,lWf. , MAKKKT VALUK. i,:v.?nUsC" . '??P<?rct...

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. — 5 March 1860

CAMPBELL <fc M'DEEMOT, CDIT0H6 AND PROPRIETOR*. TERMS.?Pajlt, deHrer*?d Indty, per week; 10 e?cti D.ULT, by mail, in advance- 455,00 Tai-Wrrstr, by mail, io advance 3.00 ? > ? ? Wgrgr.T, by mall, in advance, 1,00 WHEELING: Monday Morning, March 5, 1860. Call for the Wheeling Republican Convention. AH citizens of Virginia who an? willing to coo-pcr I in th* support of candidates for President and Vie? President opposed to the corrupt policy of the present Administration; to Federal corruption and usurpation: to the extrusion of Slavery in the Terri tories; to the new aud dangerous political doctrine, that the Constitution, of its own force, carried Slavery into all the Territories of the United States; to the reopening of the African Slave Trade; to any in equality 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 Federal Administration to a system of ri...

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. — 5 March 1860

glaiJg f ntetlipum t Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. jlondty Morning, Marcli f, I860 to iIbinters. rr?T HECKl* KD.?A fre*h flupjily of WADE'S A ^ofji-ilJRATJfip COLO It KD AN l> BLACK PIllXT j\*fi IV n S. wliicb wo offer to the tr.ulo at limnufrr tunr'a price*. (0bS CAMPBELL & McDKRMOT. ggrLos-r.?Somewhere between the In tt&jencrr officaand the Post Office, or the j; nipfield depot, a blank* hook, in the for:!! of a pocket-book, containing & num ber of account* belonging to the Inielli a.tiw office. The Under will be rewarded ;>y leaving it at this oftice. f<vj" Would n't Si.vx.?A drunken man fell overboard from the steamer Chevoit oa Saturday morning, lie was so puffed :ip with whiskey that his body rested upon the water like an immense bladder and would no more sink than a cork.? He floundered about ill the water for awhile and was finally* towed ashore by a person who happened to be present. '?3?* A House Burned.?The house occu pied by R...

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. — 5 March 1860

iiilg UttteUtgeucer* = 'i [From the Dublia University Ma^aaiac.J Tlx? Two Worlds* Two worlds there are. To one our eyes ire strain? Whose mugic joys we shall nnt see again; Bright haze of morning vails its glimmering shore. Ahl truly breathed we there , Intoxicating air? Glad were onr hearts in that swoet realm of Neror more. The lover there drank her delicious breath Whose love h va yielded since to change or death: The mother kissed her child who3e days aro o*er. AU.il toj noon hare fled The irreclaimable dead; We ses them?visions strange?amid the Novsr more. The merry song some maiden n?ed to sing? The brown, brown hair that once was wont to cling To temples long clay cold: to the very core They strike our warv hearts. As sotne vexed memory starts From that long-faded land?the realm of Never more. It Is perpetual anmmcr there?but hero Sadly we may remember rivers clear. And harebells quivering on the meadow floor. For brighter bells and bluer, For tender hearts and truer, People ...

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. — 6 March 1860

WHEELING,\A? TUESDAY MOlk'ING, MARCH 6, 1860 VOLUME 8 NUMBER 167 PIUNTKI) AM) POLISHED BY CAMPBELL & BTDE3MOT, I.VTEJiLIGEXCER CU1LDINGS, ii'. ?. earner of QnincJ/ and Jlain-As. rr K i; ?: p-jly.(by mail,payable in advance.)? $5 0? Uy tb v* \rook, (pay ab1i%?: h* Carrier*!,). 1: jr;.ff?kly,(per rear.payaWe iu advance.) 3.0T ?? ^3-Advertising done on reasonable terms. All Advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid In advance. "INSURANCE. ffeoice First tlass Insurance ? 1 N THE ? INSURANCE. ^Cis'jCapitni $!.OOQU>OOt absolute and unimpaired. with a snipcvs of $500,357 88. And the prestigftof 38 years succcm and experience. Au?etn, January 1, 180 8* C-lsh in hand, & Deposltes in Ilarti'd Banks,$34?,123 09 Cirh in transit and Agent^hauds 100.872 0.'* Mouthy due the Co.. secured by Mortgage,... 5,418 04 Ileal Jlstute unincumbered 47.053 42 Bitli Receivable 65,177 IS MAB??T VALUE. 102Bonda6.7 i 10 perct.intereot,annually,$102,00Q 00 057 Sharos...

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. — 6 March 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ED1TOBS AND PROPRIETORS. TKRM9?Dailt, delivered in city, per vr*ek, 10 cants Dajj.t, by mail, in advance^ $5,00 Tki-Wwxly, by mail, in advanco,... 3,00 Wehit, by mail, in advance^ 1.00' W H E E L I N G: Tuesday Morning, March 0,1860. Call for- the Wheeling Republtcnn Coliventlou All elttseaa of Virginia who are willing to co-oper cte In tho support of candidates fir President and Vloo President oppowd to the corrupt policy of the present AdmlniKraiion; to Federal corruption and Bsarpatloe: to the extension cf Slavery in the Terri torial: to the new and dangsrona political doctrine, that the ConiUtctton, of lta oern fcree. carriea Slavery Into <11 the Territories of the United States; to the w-opening of the African 81?r? Trade: to any in' equality of rights among citizens; and who are in. favor of the Immediate admission of Kaiuaa Into the Union, nnder the oonstitntion recently adopted by lta people; of rearing the federal Administration to a system of ri...

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. — 6 March 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper ir Western Virginia.-S3 Tsie^ay Morning, March 6, I860 ~ T< > i?I!lNTERS. ri'^T RECEIVED.? A fro.?h ?tipplv ?f WADl?f J CBLKBRATKD COLORED ANI) IU.ACK PRINT |X0 INKS, which we offer to tho trade nt MAimfac tnrtT's prices. f,bS CAMPRELL & McDEllMOT. ggjrREMBiiDBU Pollock's Auction this crcnin;l in Centre Wheeling. V o Tlie TriadclpZiia Murder. Yesterday morning in the County Court 121 v case of Henry lialdwiii, Frank Mountz, iforatio Ohurcli and Chas. lialtzell, charg ed willi the murder of Frederick Maas, at Tri idclphia, on Christmas eve last, came up for examlnaton. Col- Wheat, J. II. Pendleton, A. B. Caldwell, and G. L. Cranmer, Esqs., ap peared for the prisoners find Mnjor Good for the commonwealth. Mr. Russell being absent. There were some thirty or forty witnesses oworu.^ The court room was pretty well crowded and a deep interest whs mani fested in the procedings. As we have already given a synopsis of the evidence fit a previous exam...

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. — 6 March 1860

ailg ^fntcUitjcuccv. [prom the florae Journal.] The Moon that Lives in the 81c>*. BY BUTB y. CBOU7ELL. Alone on tbe ground, in che purple sight, Beneath a luminous ?ky. Where tbo flowers are red and the stars are bright, Slumber the moon and I; She meets me there, in her robes of white? The moon- soc old and shy. She lies by my side, a beautiful bride. The moon that lives in the sky; She leaveth tbe stars, her stare and her pride, Her is!el home on high. VThen the daj is done, at the set of sun, To give me sigh for sigh. They s&j her beauty hath turned my brain? Th"e moou that Iires in the sky: That her heart is rain and her lore will wane When tbe drifting wlnl* come nigh. Accursed and cold, they know but their gold? I silently paas them by. In her ailrer robe she travels the globe, For slie hath a dazzling eye; She knoweth tbe wave where toe mermaids lave, And the glittering treasures lie. But treasure and aea she leaveth to me; And when my body shall die, I will pass away ...

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. — 7 March 1860

NUMBER WHEELING, VA., WEDNESDAY MOltNlN G, MARCH 7, 1860 VOXUME 8. 168, PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DEKMOT, intelligencer buildings, -V. F.. comer of Quinoj and Aluin-SU. TEKMS: P;iily. (!?>" mail. payable in advance.). $5,00 l;y tjie Week, (payable to the'Carriers,)i.l 10 I Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable In advance,) 3,00 eg- Advertising done on rouonabie terms. All advertisements from a disUnce, or from transient sitT cnslontft*. ratist bspkld in advance. 'INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? I N TBI ? A.au.I 1-13 ARTE ft PERPETUAL ?-Ca?u Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. WITH A 8THPLUS OP $506,387 88. And tho prestige of 28 years aucceas and experience. Asset*, January 1, 1858. Cash iu hand, & Depositos in XIartrd Banks,$348,123 69 Cash in transit and Agents'handa, 160.872 06 Money due the Ck>., accural by Mortgage,... 6,418 04 Reai Estate unincumbered 47.663 42 Bills Receivable 35,177 18 ~ MARKET VALUE. 102 Bonds 6,7 & 10 per ct. inter...

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. — 7 March 1860

CL' CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ZDITOX* AND FBOPBrETOBS. TERXS?Daily, delivered In city, p*r wak, 10 ctnla Daily, twul. In idnra.. -$6,00 . Xxi-WtrxxT. br nuil, in advance^- 3,00 Wnfaf,byM?a.to?J??ic?v>.... 1,00 i - ? W H E E L I N G: Wednesday Morning, March T, I860 Call for t-hc Wheeling Repnblieai^ Conrcntlon. ^ r AH cnixeru of Virginia who are willing to o-oper-' in tbe-sapport of candidate* for Indent tn< Vice President opposed to -the corrupt policy of the preheat. Administration; to Federal corrupLiun ? and ^osurpation; to t^ ex^eoilon of Slavery in the Terri * 1? torfw: to lh? new and dangerous political -doctriue. that the Constitution, of iU own Jbrcfe, carries Slavery into all the Territories of the United States; to the re-opening of the African Slave Trade; to any in equality of rights among citizen*; and'who are in lavor of the immediate admission of Kansas into the tJntoa. under the constitution recently 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. — 7 March 1860

jjalg Ifutelligcuctv c jjargost CireulaUon of any Paper in Western Virginia. ""651 Wednesday Morning-, March 7, I860. TO PBINTJER8. Tr?T RECEIVED.?A fresh supply of WADE'S oblbkrated COLORED AND BLACK PRINT js'i; INKS, which we offer to the tnule at nmnufac "febs"PnC<>* CAMPBELL ft McDKRMOT. jfryKEMEMnKii Pollock's Auction this cvcninpr in Centre Wheeling. ;j5gf-A Hot Bee h ?Yesterday morning a woman of East "Wheeling, upon going to the back door of her house, was amazed and dumbfounded to see her baking oven explode and scatter over a half lot, and to discover also among the flying bricks and stones, a half naked gentleman of the Hi bernian persuasion, rolling and tumbling and yelling about in the mo3t strange and eccentric manner. Upon summoning the household, and calling the Irishman into the council, the mystery was explained: Yesterday was baking day, and the maid of all work had built a fire in the oven before it was fairly daylight, and did not observe that it wa3 occup...

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. — 7 March 1860

The Haunted Fae?. When daily cars* and thoughts give place To quickened memories, oft on me? Sudden, uuthought of?gleams a face, Which no one else will ever see. No space can be within my ken. But there it haply lies in wait; The shadows veil it in the glen. The rays repeal it on the height. Down-gaziqg in a stream that lies Unruffled'neath the placid air, I meet the 1" And catch I 9 light of those deep eyes, ch the gleaming of the hair. Ob! MI watch the changing eky, When fleecy-white the blue enshrounds,. That face, aa from a casement high* Looks out through openings of the clouds. The solid darkness of the night Around it forms a back-ground deep; It ever greets me, warm and bright, Within the vestibule of sleep. Unsought it comes, unbidden stayer And yet, all dream-like though it be, No actual form that meets my gaze Haa such significance for me. It tells of years that golden glide, Of joys with no regrets between, Of life expanded, glorified? Of other things that might have bee...

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. — 9 March 1860

VOLUME 8 NUMBER 170 WHEELING, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1860 i.i> AMI i L*L'Ll.-:ilLi? DY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT. [ V rELI-IGE.VCTESl Jil'ILJ)IXGS, .v. wnrr of Qttinc'j awl A/tihu&ts. ?V IS TI. 7\I !r5: INS UR AJDT C E . Wire&Marine insurance Co, OK WHEELING. lMily.(by Jitnij. payable in ailvarjoyj... j'.v tliv V- Cf*k, (payable to the Carriersj. . li ?j; j-Wcekly. (per year. paval Jo in advance.) 3,0fc tiii ? Advert If lug done on reasonable ienus. All a ivcrtimsmenta from adistanee, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. .Choice First ( lass Insurance ? I .\ T I I K ? \-~-J 1-13 ? uAJ'.TEll PERl'FTCAL floras:* Capitnl $l.G00,00ti, absolute and unimpaired. V itu A i-UU'Lirs Ci* iOoti.337 aS. And the prestige of Sx years success ami exporience. AtfKcti, January 1, 185 8. Caili in hand, a: Uepodtes in Uurtf d Jiauks,$.'M3,122 C9 Cash inwv.n.ic aud AgeBts,l>amla......... 103,872 05 Mont-y due tJ:c Co., secured by Mortgage.... 5,418 04 ...

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. — 9 March 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDIT0E8 ASD PHOPRI*TOH8. ? , : TEEMS.?Daiit, <UUv?r?d In city, pec week, 10 cents Suit, by man. in ad?anea^_ .Si.<*? Tu-Wuut. by mail, In adranrw,- M?> Wnar,by mill. In advance^.. 1,00 WHEEL! N~G~: Friday Morning, March 9, I860 Call Tor the "Wheeling . Republican Convention. All citizens of Virginia who are willing to co-open ~ ate In the support of candidates for President and Vfoe President opposed to the "corrupt poller of the -pruaent Administration; to Federal corruption an-i niAppttlon: to tlit mansion ?f SUtwt tho Terri tories to the nevr and dangerous political doctrine, that the Constitution, of lt? otto force, carries slavery ipto all the Territories of the United States to tho re-openiogof the African Slate Trade: to any in equality ofc rights among ClUtena; and who are in favor of the immediate admission of Kansas into tho Union, under the constitution recently adopts I by its people; of* restoring the Federal Administration to a system ...

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. — 9 March 1860

viT . Largest Circulation of any Paper ir Western Virginia.-?a Friday Morning, March 9, 1860. MASONIC. Tun MEMBERS OF WHEELING LODGE, No. 12?, nnj Ohio Lodge. No. liil, A. V. Jl., nre notified to oert nt the Lodge roam this (Friday) morning nt 10 o'clock tn attend the funeral of ltro. Wif. Maxwell, d ie?l?]- late member of Meredinn Lodge, Stculien v.ile, Ohio. V,'. 0. BATES, W. M , Whet ling Lodge, No. 128. XV. J. HOUSTON, W. 51., ph9-lt Lillio Lodge No. 101. jf3?Ti!E Ladih i of Wheeling 1?Anoth er opportunity for I argains, at Pollack's, tiiis afternoon and evening. To-morrow ni/iit will be the closing sale, when nil should attend. Please remember Pollack's beautiful establishment, No. 10V Main St. fli?3'Spuing Atmn-AL.?Mr. Thomas Iluglics, of the clothing emporium on Mon roe itud Water streets, has jii3t returned from the east with a splendid stock of goods for gentlemen's ware, embracing nil the latest t*nd most fashionable styles. The public nre invited to call and examine. ?^"H...

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. — 9 March 1860

The following wirpnbltsbed once before ?bat it is pretty goodnnd wagive it again , A Szxtivivtal Fossil.?-What is your name?" . "My name is NorVM/ on the Grampian HilU.^ '?.Where did you come from?" ? "X~ciihe from it bapp'y land where care is ?nnknomd" '?Where are yon lodging now?" ^lilremp't ttiat I dwelL lp marble halls." "Where are you going to?" ?'Far, far o'er hill and dell." "What is your occupation?" '?Some love to roam." . "Are you married?'' "Long time ago." '?How mauy children have you?,! "Thers's Doll nud Bet, and Kate and?" "What's your wife's name?" "Oh nj, we never mention her." "Did your wife oppose your leaving her?" "She wept uot when we parted." ."In .what, condition did you leave her?" "A rose tree in full bearing." "Is your-family weil provided or not?" "A little farm well tilted.'* ?'Did your wife drive you o.T?" "Oh, sublime was the waraing."' "What did y'otir wife say to you that in ducsd.jou tostop?" "051116 rest in thisJjQscm.' "Wag your wife very .good-loo...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 March 1860

VOLUMES. ' W HEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 10. 18G0. NUMBER 171. CJflM'fiU A.1D CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, INTELLIGENCER UVILDINGS, JVL E.garner of (Juincy and Main-Ms. TKRMS: D lily, (by imdLpayable !n adv-rinde,).,/. $5,00 r.y tlieWeek, (payhblo to tho Carriers,).-.; 10 Tri-Weekly, (pur year, payable in advance,) 3.00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. AU ndvertisementrfrom a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. 'IWSURA N C! e7~ Choice First (lass Insnranee IN THE ? m mm v- mk A.iJ 1 "J5? -*iARTER PERPFTUAL. Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. vrrrn A strplus of $500,387 88. And the prestiy?of Cfl years success and experience. Assets, January 1, 1858. Cash in band, & Deposit** in IIartrdBauks,$34S,123 09 Cash in transit and Agontsjhunds. 100,872 05 Money due the Co., securod by Mortgage,... 0,418 04 Real Kstato unincumbered 47,053 42 Hills Receivable 35^177 18 ? # MARKET VALCK. - 5An s '' *10Perct-i?tcrcst.annually.$102.000 00 ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 March 1860

r, CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITOBS AND PROPRIETORS. P ????.'., . TEEMS.?Datlv, delivered in city, per week, 10 ient? Daily, by mall, in advance. -fo,oo Tui-Wbeklv, by mail, in advance^.. : 3.no >V H E !?: I.. I X c; : Saturday Morning, March 10,1860. Call for the Wheeling Repitljllran Conrfation. ?kb? . -All cilixAna uf Virfcinia-wIiQ ara wiliinxrto co-oper ale in tho support ?-f candidate# f??r President) and V!ccfPre<<i4Hnt oppo***l to the corrupt jKdioy of fli?> f - liresfint .Administration; to KedAril ^corruption and usurpation: to tho extension of Slavery inJKlu* Terri L -^tories: to (he new and dangerous pcjiticiluoctrhie, <2 that Ulc Constitution. of It* own force. rorrieH Slaveiy info alltho Territories of the United St<ffe*; to the .*^n?-opeitfDgdf tho African Slavo'- Trade; to any in ^1eipial|tr of rights among, eftfzene; and who are m ifavor bf tho immediate admission of Kanfina into the Union, nnd^r the constitution recently adopted by * Jiti people; ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 March 1860

gjWJ? Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. *5* aaturday Morning, March 10, It 60. HBI.IUlOlis 1VOTHE.?Kev] Mr. Dosu will Jitv.vh at tho l!:i],tl-t Cfjarili. Clnv street. l&rtt Wh&ling,' :it loJ.? o'clock. ,.n itomorrow (Sunday) morning. jf.SfM.utcn, lias thrown off her pretty disguise. She came out yesterday morn- i inj; in her true colors, carrying oil iu u r;al rough and boisterous maimer. Clouds gathered overheard and showered forlh i?<rii>ds of snow Hakes, which, being in terrupted in their fall by a strong wind, so tilled the air that for a. while one could scarcely see across the street. Then the streaks of sunshine slanted down upon the snow, sucked it tip, and went back behind the clouds again, peeping out occasionally during the day, but not seeming disposed to take an active part iu the general con tention of the elements. 'Two It's."?The wit and mimic, A If. Kui'uett, who performed at Washing ton Hall last uight, like most men who have had t...

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