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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 March 1860

ffaill) futclligcnccr. Tliey Whisper, IjOvc, or Tjiee* not anhoar Of 9fy ortfrcamfpr night, but I'm with the#;. .V TFb>re'6' not a wind bnt wnispf*rs of thy name; ivi .Ami not* flower ibatbloips boneftth the moon, But in It* hnu of fragrance talla * talo . ~ OfJh'ee."?:Procter's Miransoiu. ^;r 'Tit evening, andljie sunset glow fJidinjc o*er the westera bills; k ? The 1mm of bitty men grovra low. An* shadowy slhinco dtep'tiing nils -The world aruumL It is the tope ."When Siiturpbe^t eoimminassrithJne, ? " . And soft find street her murniiinfi?s come? i:j I'-:For they whisper, loVe, of tboe; 1 The breeze, whose sigh In yonder grovo Is'gently breathed in evening's ear, ? Crimes like the lmlf-bei?rd tones of love, t. And Joyous Faqry wakes to hear. Yet 'tU not thnt iu rolce Of dream* Hath such intrinsic charips for me; Oh. no?His only that It seerii* To whisper, love, of thee. Tis sireet to hear the stream that leap* Ad->*rn yon crogged and etarleas glea. As fitfully it fiunta and...

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. — 12 March 1860

(BE GREAT INTERNAL REMEDY. - ? P, i JOHNSON'S ilHKUMATIC COMPOUND b lood Puaii&iH.; ? 0 TBIC OILY 8D&K ClIHB VOB KHBVnATIM-KIOWa . HKAD THE FOLLOWING 1 iffi": if/S; This Great Internal Remedy mz t ot the blood. Rich m Scrofula or King's JCrfl, Scald Head, Tetter, Ring Worm, Female Oomplainta, and ^7^^^5S3Mb*w!,iih ta trrriy bare been need fox thoee tiiwf were merely temporary in their effects and of doubtful Tirtae, tot the RHEUHA1 bs riSes the dSeeeofrosS tho^aystem by iH iiate action on tbe blood. We adviae one and all to rive it a trial, and become satisfied of ita won derful power. BMd the bllowtaf ' Ma. JcHjrgoaDear Sir: This la to certify k?? ?*?fcndly crippled with Chrc tic Bhenmatttn tor not able to remedies that I could hear ot bat lound no relief nntil I tried your Rheumatic Compound and Blood Purifier. 1 tried bnt three-fourth* of a bottle of it hnd it cured me Mound and well. .My wife waa alao afflicted with the same dfveaae,' and a a mall portion at it cured her...

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. — 12 March 1860

guieUigesttt. CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, moVBUTOIUI AMD aPIYOBS. rK&MB.?Diai, delivered In dty per week, lBoeata Djolt, bj mail. In edTanc*,.. fSJ>0 fo-WniLT, In ?dvbnoe,*. fi?0 WuiiTi Id advance,.... 1,00 Wunitili MO Saturday Horning, May 13 Thi Richmond Whig oomtB to ao io a new dreea, and looks for the first time like the real old ante bellum Whig that we used to welcome with so mach pleasure to oar exchange table. What is better atill the Whig is constantly improving in the tone of its Unionism, and is learning to feel ac customed once more to living tinder the I flag. The old banner is now displayed at the head of ita columns, and we infer that the proprietor has made up bis mind that the United States is a permanent io*titu~ tion. We publish an interesting letter from h b columns on oar 6rat page. We ficdiu an acjoioing column an extract from a speech by the Hon. L. H-. Chandler, of Nor folk, made as it appears on the 17th of May last, in the United States House of Repre ...

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. — 12 March 1860

Wedncday Ko^,^ May in~" t5r%ar! -?^"rrr!;r:r?r in _ j .^*ce 4" ?ten lo be (oe,cfj ,o ,h- <"?? "ifn, ul wi,h li^ht'h""^ COIO<! Countenances they w U ^ Sm';i?fi rver can fail 10 notice the changed T*HrC,V! 'fct '"** ?fODr 0,rn citT he freight transported by our steamboat, od ratlroads do looker conststsof govern ' *tor" "d "*J "ppiies, bat ?e gT-ad It "iaI?iBe the character and proportions of a peaceful traffic. Cloth .ers are no longer engaged in furnish ing ?? uniforms and vetet.n stripe, dre? U now *< lrti. c-? of apparel most ia demand and - -?h article, of rroJuce and nfactures of various kjod9 ?? J^cduced for a different kind of cusfomer - are modified to suit , S,rm?S"5 ?n 3tr?? are *rent c<ass,and visit as for a differ. ?p?.pc? than did those who a short e fathered arcand tbe various ltarj k^iaarters of the citv Tnen i^J -ere the great attraction. Sow these ?X whe!0rU bl" teC0:ne d??"d ??? ' wb"e P"? ?ad qaietaess reiga supreme Recruiting ctficesba.e atsappear lb; ...

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. — 12 March 1860

?he ?lirtdliijfttc?r. APT1CH THY 1>JQATHL. Still shall the >ua lead In the flowery spring To the glad music of tbe rippling streams. And (be ions fonat corridors shall ring With the bird** welcome for bis cheering beams, But not for thee. Still, crowned with roses, shall the summer day Prop flawery fragrance on the baltnj air; And on the hi IslJe with ere's latest rar "lbe petsiTC locuata fold thateleave* in prajer? But not for thee Still, like a bride with golden crown arrayed, K<? krd on tbe wsre. the frsgrant lily bloom, Aed myriad blossoms io the forest glad* Enchant tbe senaes with a rich perfUulB? Bat not for thee. Still shsll the Autumn livery all the trees, An?l ctu?S the purple clusters of the vines; And Winter, with rude fingers, sweep the keys Of th*> grand org?n of the sounding pines? But not for th<c. What are earth's beauties when we tread tbe shore H here claab tbe d trk and sullen wives of Death, When the weak frame sinks down to rise no more. All eart...

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. — 13 March 1860

VOLUME S, WHEELING, YA,, TUI>SDA*T MORNING, MARCH 13, 1S60, NUMBER 173 PRINTKI) AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT. IXTELLIGEXCElt BI ILDIXtfe, A'. cunnr of Quiucy am! M.in-Ms. rr K XI MS: luilr. (!?.' mill payable In ."fih-niifl*, r.v the Week.'payable Ij> the Queers.). 1' Tri-Weekly. (per year, payable in advance,) C.0?' ^y-'-Ailvertismp d->no on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance. or from transient city customers. must Lo paid In advance. J. NS USANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO, OF < -11A !IL*. ?TT.S V1LLK, VA. Capital, $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. oV i'i rrsbuuGii, pa. Capital $300,000 Coiiimanwealth Insurance Co, Ob' HAKKISDURG, PA. Oapitai ?. - $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital $500,000 rpHK Above Companies hnyingappointed the under 1 sighed their A^ent for Wheeling. and vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Comnanies are well known t?? be first class ofiices. All losses prom...

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. — 13 March 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AST) PROPRIETORS. TEKM8.?Dxnr, 4elive?sd In city, per week, 10 cents ? Daut, by mail, in advance,. 45,CO Tn-Wnnr, by mail, in advance 3,00 WilUT, by mail, in advance,. - 1,00 ?W H EEL ING: Taaaday Morning, March 13, I860. Call for tke Wheeling Republican Consent ion* ' ' All cittae&s of Virginia who are, willing to co-oper . 1at?" in the support -of candidate* for* President and Vioe President opposed to the corrupt policy, of the present Administration; to Federal corruption and usurpation; to tho extension of Slavery In the Terri tories; to the new and dangerous political* doctriue. that the Constitution, of its own force, carries Slavery into all the Territories of the. United State*; to the re-opening of the African Slnre Trade; t6 any in equality of-rights fcmftwfr citizens; and who are in fcror of the immediate admission of Kansas into the Union," under'th"e 'constitution recently adopted by Ita people; of restoring the Federal Administrati...

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. — 13 March 1860

*3. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-ea Tuesday Morning, March 1?, 1860. $aj""TiiAT Abduction Case.?Two young girls aged sixteen and eighteen 'named Mary Jane and Nellie Brandt, were induced to leave their home in Pittsburg, bv a man named Zachariah Bell, some GO or 05 years of age, who keeps a grocery store in Wheeling. He took them as far as Cincinnati, where he found that telegraph ic despatches had been forwarded by the Mayor of Pittsburg, when he left for St. Louis, but the girU refused to go with Lim. Being abandoned by their wealthy pro t ector, he e'de3 foi n ' a o ie ia a house ofill-fauie, and the youngest took refuge in the Home for the Friendless, where she remained until Tuesday last, when they wore both sent back to Pittsburg. The girls arc said to be quite intelligent and but for the evil influences by which they have evidently been surrounded, might have been ornaments to society. We find the above going about in the newspapers. It will be rememb...

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. — 13 March 1860

-gjailjr gntcttirjfciirev. [From the century.] REST* x. Down fn the sunlight, Silent, bo rone, sleeping in qnietnde, strotch63 the green? Valleys successively streching away. Hazy and dreamily Blossomed with May. AH o*er the glad hill* Peaceful and (mr, Gushes the sunlight . rosy and rare. Gently earh loving; lreezo qnivevi the aspen leaves, >fnrranrin?sweet And low, plaintive cares*. ; . ii. - ' Bathed in the b.tlmy air, it0*0rued bo gently ther??, Deep in the vale. la! the old hon?e appear*? Home of lay boyhood years, Penc-lul and dear. Oh! how my heart is filled! How it? sad depths are thrilled? pal-jied and drear! fond hope* it rheriahed. fled; Withered il- . vr, and dead? Withered nn:d c?ar. Back from t ?? restless tide, offoflifo'i /-?.-<*&u wide, surging unrest. Weary t?.e haunt* of in en, Home i ;?m com* again', illluwe i and bleatl iu. Welcome! the joypm ?mnnd echoes on hill and dale: echoes in hearts ^roand? hearth of the vale. Peace in the slumbrous haze; * Peac...

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. — 14 March 1860

I'KlViyn AND I UIILISIIED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLIGENCER BIFILDING8, K. er rncr of Quinsy and Main-Sis. T E R MS: [>?ily.(by mail; payable in Advance,*? $5.00 By tlio Week: ? payable to IheCarricrs). 10 Tri-Weekly. ^per year,payable in advance,) O.Urt fife'- Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customer?. must Ik* paid in advance. 'INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO of ciiaiil ?rrsvilli:, va. Capital. $iO?',tA, Pennsylvania insurance Co. Capital.. or i'ittsdckgii, i?a. Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF UAiySKSlIUIlG. I'A. Capital $300,0(H > Quaker City Insurance Co. OF I'll 1 LA DKLI*III A, PA. Capital $500.0<m TIIK above Companies h ivintrapp^inted the under signed their Agent f>r Wheeling nn?l vicinity would respectfully solicit the patr >nago of the public. Sa:d "?cynpanifc.'? are well known to be first ela<*s office*. AH I me? promptly adjusted. X.CCAHTIIUI'. Agt. foli ??1 v 'liiire overthe n?tly...

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. — 14 March 1860

- Jtettg-gnieittrjtiwtr CAMPBELL & M'DEHMOT, EDITOH8 A51> PEOPHItTORS. TJ5RM8.?Dailt, dellrer??d in city, per w^k, 10 r*ots Dailt, by advance 49.0) TU'Wmxr. by maiL in advance? 2^00 Wexxlt, by mail, in advance,. 1*00 W H E E L I X G : Wednesday Morning, March 11. '60. A DAT or two ago there appeared in the ' Union, a letter from one Thomas J. Stea ler, at Tyler Court House, beaded and In troduced by the - editors as & "letter from an old Whig, repudiating the appointment ? of electors by the Opposition Convention, heliat Bichmond." In this letter Mr. Stealey refuses the ?p pointment tendered bim, for the reason that hereafter he expect; to give his -'influence, whatever it may be, and support to the Democratic party" He considers that the contest is now fairly and squarely between the two great parties of the country, and that all third parties are powerless to divert the attention and sympathy of the people from one or the other of these pnr ties. After giving some histo...

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. — 14 March 1860

itiJn |(uteUijcucct ttB. Largest Circulation of any PaperTn Western Virginia. Wednesday Morning, March 14, 60. PROTRACTED meeting. Ifililei-H lionj. Franklin, of Cincinnati. and 'f. ^ ? Berry, of Bellair, will commence n protracted meeting in tho Dinciple's meeting hou*e. Market ?t.f i.'tjntre Wheeling, on Friday evening next, at 7 o'rlork It is expicttd the meeting will continue through the following woek. All are cordially Invited to attend. CHOICE BEEF. MR. JOHN McGINN IN, WILL HAVE FOK SALE at his atall in the Market House, No. 62, on Sat urday morning, some of the choirest Beef of the Bea Svii. The heifer to be killed for the occasion took a premium at the last Ohio State Fair, and is the fat teat and best specimen of Beef that has been broucht to the city for years. * Council. The regulur month 1/ meeting of the City Council was held at t!ie Council Chamber last evening. There was barely a quorum present. The usual anmber of monthly bills were read and ordered to be paid. Tlie...

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. — 14 March 1860

"Implora Pace. ?? No moro Joy-roses! their perfnme To this dull pain brings short surcease; Bat tell me. Kjr? know, where bloom The go 14eu lilly-bells of Pe ice. Leap/winnowinz nil the air. of Tfzht, l"e wild wciiths of the -w iterftll! But f ?rthat ftblod fonotntn'a sight. That jriverh sleep, I'd (tire yon all. Bound. hirks. o*er the b?un1injr main! Shake all your white wiosa to the b?eoze! VyJojr was er*t th<* hnrricine. The pluuging of the purple seas; My hope to find the mystic marge Of all strange' 1 mds the str.nn<e worWo'er; But l?ear me unr to yon still barge. Calm cradled-by a tideless shore! . Wild birds, that c]??r0 the crystal deeps * With May-tirne matins load and lpng, Ob. not for you my s?ok heart-weeps! ltd pulses time not to your song? But know ye where she hides her nest, Deneath what bUmyldrooping eaves. The D.?ve that heirs on her white breast The sacred green of '-dive-leave*? Not when the spring doth rosy ri?e From the white foam of tho Northern snows; N...

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. — 15 March 1860

NUMBER VOLUME 8 WHEELING,VA., THURSDAY MORNIX?, MARCH 15, 1SG0 175. I'M KjT&UxD BIJ^IIKD BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT. 1XTSLMGEKCER BUILDINGS, iV. / <.truer.<?/ Quinfy in,. I J,ft. in-Sis. T 1-: U M S : D.iily. ('??>* payable in advance.)? $5.i-*.; f.j- Hie Week, -'payable to-tlte Curriers?)...; 10 f ri-Wcekly,j(por year,payable in advance.) 3,00 tip- Advertising clone on reasonable terms. All advert iaemrnta from a distance, or from transient cjtr customers, must be paid in advance*. 'INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CIIARL9TTSYILLK, VA. Capital, $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, FA. CAPITAL .......... $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co. OF IfAHRlgBURG, I?A. Capital .. $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, FA. Capital $600,000 rilHB above Companies liavingappointed tlie under i signed tliKir Agent for Wlieeling, and vicinity, would THspeetftilly solicit the patronace of the public. Said Companies are well know n to be first ?iassT)IBce...

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. — 15 March 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AKD PROPRIETORS. 'f LR3I3.?Ditlt, delivera-l in city, per wesk, 10 r?n'? DsitT. by mail, in ?druc^ 3M>? Im-WrniT. by mail, in advauc*. 3*00 WuOTjbjr maiL in advance,? ljoo W H E KJL I X G : Thursday Morning, March 14, '60. Call tor the Wheeling Republican ConTenticn. Ail citUens of Virginia who are willing to co-ojwr ate in the support of candidates Tor Prwident and Tiro President opposed to the corrupt policy of tbs present Administration; to Federal,corruption and usurpation: to the extension .of Slavery in the Terri tories; to the new mod dangerous political doctrine, that the Constitution, of Its own force, 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 citlcena; and who *nre in inror of the immediate admission of Kansw into the Colon, under the constitution recently adopted by ita people; of restoring the Federal Administration t" a system of rigi...

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. — 15 March 1860

v, LarRest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.? ?? Tiiuisiay Morning, March 15, 60. ...?a, PBOTKAl'TKU JIElKTil*O. ?Iders Iteqj. Franklin, ,.f Cincinnati. ami T V. Bi'iTj". of Kc-llafr. will commence a protracted .0ertinc i? the Disciple's meeting houne, Market *f , ivntn* Whit-ling, on Friday evening uext, at 7 o'clock I; i* ft|?e?:t*j<l tlio meeting will contiutiu through the following week. All nre corril illy in> ited toatteml. CHOICE HKEF. MK. JOHN McOTXNJX, WILL IIAVK FOIt SALE at I?li atall in the Market House, No. f 7, on f?at 0f4M/ morning, a?:jio of the choicest ileef of the aea iu. "The heifer to be killed fur the occasion took a premium :;t the last Ohio State Fair, and Lj the lat {.?it aud he-t specimen ol* lleef that La* beta brought to tL? city for yean. * Jggg-MKF.TINO OF THE MERCHANTS Ot? position to tiik Use Pttt Cent Tax.?A Hrge and respectable meeting of the Merchants of this city, convened nt Col. Loriug's office in the Court House, yes terday mo...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 March 1860

flail); ? atfUigmtfi. Shndoxrs on tbeTVall. Beside the hearth therr is an 'roor f>f dreaming, A calm and p-*nMve ??dttud* of *<..ul, When life and death have each another see in in 5, And thought-* are with n? owning no control. These arc the spirits. Memory's revealing. In deep solemnity they rise and fall. Fhroudfng the living present, and cruy-abng The world around us?Shadows on the Wall Hopes, like th* leaves and rudHy >hak? By cruel wind* of winter, from th?* tre?? Of oar existence; phantoms that awaken Wild pacing gleams of Joy's young ocstacy; And Lovd, once kind and tenderly outpouring Her wine into our soul?, trc may recall; And find them dear and erer heavfnwnrd soarin Though only now as Shadows oa the }V alL Old ela^phig hands, old friendships and affections Once bodied forms beside us on the earth. Come back to haunt na. gho*tly recollect ions With mvstlc converse by the silent hearth. Yet these are kindly spirit*, awl retiring Draw their long shadows slowly fro...

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

VOLUME 8. NUMBER W HEELING,V'A., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, I860 176. ________ . PK1NTKD AM) l'CKLlMIKD UV - i CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, j ,XTETiLIGK.\C KU Hl'ILVIXft.S ?V. E.c>rriT tjuincjtttnd Mtpu-ws. * ? ; rr K x* \1 : pt:jv. i>- tiiftil. pay.-ibb- in advance,)... &).0o , rv ti .? W . cfc fpayabb* the Carrier*. \ 10 \ ?j . -Wtvkly. i.poryvar. payable !:x advance,) 3,00 i A'hfrti.-ing doriE^5^pu'0i:abl('tvrm.". j An -Jv t? tmoiW$\L-tf: ? ? -e. or from transient : fj., iUoiWr!5, JiiHM pauvfu aJvanet*. ?TN S U R ANCE, i alsem'arle INSURANCE CO.! OF CIlAttL mmLLL. Ci:;r.u $100,000 j Pennsylvania insurance Co. ! of !?: rrsnunon, pa. i\i?.7AL $300,000 j Commonweal Insurance Co, OF HAnftlHDl RU. l?A. CAPITAL 1300.000 (hiakcr city Insurance Co. &soo,ooo OF Pill LA DELPHI A, 1?A. 'pilK aliovo Companies having appointed the under 1 their Ajcent for Wli?vliii|;. aiitl ricitiity, ?a >nld r?.*<;?ectfuily eobcit the pntrouage ofthu public. Said Companies art* well known to b...

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

CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETOB8. TJSttMS,?Dailt, deliver**! In dty, per week, 10 oenta Daily, by mall, in advance^ fP.OO Tm-Weexlt. by mAll, in advance-. ?>D0 Wuxlt, by mail, in advance^ 1,00 WHEELING: Friday Morning, March 1.6, I860 Call tor the Wlmllng JUpnbltcui Convention AU cttlsea* of Virginia who are willing to co-aptr at* la tb* rep port of cvidi'lUM to r president and Vlt? Pr?td?st opposed to the corrupt policy of tit* pretest Administration; to F?d?ral corruption and usurpation: to tb* extension of Slavery In the-Terrl toriM: to the new ml dangerous politic*! doctrine, (bat the Constitution, of it* own fore*, carries Slave ry into all the Territories of the United State*;, to the re-openlngof the African Slave Trade; to any ? in equality of right* among citizens; and who are in favor of the immediate admission of Kansas into the Colon, nndsr the constitution recently adopted by it* people; of restoring the federal Administration to a system of rigid oco...

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

frf.. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Friday Morning-, March 16, 60. 1,-^, PKOTRACl'BD SIEETISG. \'k?* KMcre Belij. Franklin, of C'iucmnati, and q. y ucrry, of B?llair, will commence a protracted " iis the I>i*ciplOH meeting house. Market st . ,v ,ti Wheeling, ??>? Friday evening next, at 7 o'clock It i* ,tH't,ie miH)tln? will continue through the following wc,fk* A11 nrc cordially Invited to attend. CHOICE BEEF. -% rR.JOHN" McGINNI.W WILL HAVE FOR SALE | \J At Ilia stall in the Market House, No. 17. on Sat i uiorniug, some of the choicest Beef of the sen ..'0 'TLelx*ifer to be kii'.ed fur the occasion took a I 'it the last Ohio State Fair, and Is tho fat ' it# *:i i be*t specimen of Beef tliat has be?n brought to iht city for years. * jgfSf Paintikos.?The reader should not forget the sale of paintings now going on at Washington Hall by Mr. Roomer.? The Hail is daily crowded with admiring visitors, and We learn that the sales so far have been very rapid. ...

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