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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 7 November 1865

gkJirftlii%tm. CAMPBELL h M'DBBMOT^ XDITOIM AND FB<rBIifiwM? TITPIPAT MOBWiyq. WOT. 7. Kvkb since the publication of our old frluul Judge Thompwn'i note, magnanimously deaisting from any further prosecution or persecution of Gov. Pair point, we have bad no Udlnga from blm unUl yeaterday. Ho baa not boeii keeping tavern out the national road, however, buthaa been finishing up tiie greatest book of modern tlinea, as wo are told In a fottor yesterday from his Philadelphia publisher, who Is on tbe point of issuing'it to the world: The name of the book Is nothing less than "Tux livjko porcksofthbUniveksh." We like tills title very much, and we nre not at all surprised to loam that the book Is a perfect marvel In the way ofnewand very big ideas. The publisher himself speaks of It in the most en thusiastic terms. Ho tolls ua\hat "It offers a new solution for the uni ty of the human race. It solves the "paradox of their intellectual and "moral diversities. It lays the founda tion Ibra ue...

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. — 7 November 1865

HHmfcaut fcaltortog. 1865. 1865. JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOB MEN'S WEAR. OUR STOCK IB NOW COMPLETE. OON ?Istlng of the toUowlngQooda: French, English and Gorman CLOTHS. French, English, and America^ COATINGS. Fronob ;liah, Soi otch and American C assimeres. BEAVERS & OVERCOATINGS Or the following makes; Scliillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolflnga and Johaniea. VESTINGS, Velvet, Cashmere and Silk. CRAVATS, SCARPS 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 Hobo. Call and examine our Stock before purchas ng elsewhere. JOHN T. LAKIN A CO., No. 25 Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va, oclO Thoh. P. Thomas. Henry Stokgron. NEW FIRM. The undersigned having pur chased the entire Stock of Goods of Mes sere Wm. B. Senseney A Co.. beg leave to in form the customers of the store and the pub lic ...

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. — 7 November 1865

Gajck.?The present season has been ? very favorable one for thoae who de light In banting and fleMng. Game mud flsh have' been unuauiUyplentv conseqdently a law nambi. of our citizens have been Indulging in the pleasures of the Hportstnan. Hunting "?d ??bln? Bare been the order or the day throughout the summer and f-dl, and, as yet, there seems to be no abatement of the ardor of those engaged In the pursuit. The numerous hunting parties have been remarkably success ful, and fine strings of boas and Jack have rewarded the efforts of the flsher men The squirrel ramily have had tbe1' "PPOarauce ln rods who have been engaged in the slaughter. It is true that some ill na tured people.charge that some of oui InfESi am*tf^ sportsmen do nol JL.Vu ^f ?atno in a Professional style, ?with villainous powder and lead, bul are in the habit of bringing down the squirrels and birds, and decoying the innocent fish ashore, by a free use ol postal currency. Of course there is not the slightest foundat...

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. — 8 November 1865

VOL. XIV. WHEE^INg, WEST VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING> NOVEMBER 8, 1865. NO. 64. urn i&ctliral. SELLERS' COUGH SYRUP. IT 18 PROMPT IN ITS ACTION, ALWAYS wife, ami may begiveh to the smallest child or most delicate female with confidence in lte success. Containing "no inflammatory or spirituous ingredients whatever. It la not only applicable to the vast majority of Pulmonary and Bronchial affections but 1m peculiarly valuable to children, affording great relief in Whooping rough u|ul kindred diseases. -From n large number of certificate* received from year to year, wo present tlie following: From l>*e Rev. T. <1. luimb. Pimtor of I lie JInptlat - I'hurcli, Alexandria, A i.kxandkia, Licking Co., Feb. 21.1858. In January, 185J. I had a severe cough, pro ceeding from a btui cold, so that I coughed al most fncamtnUir,toT two day* and a night: firofn Friday morning until Saturday niglit,-1 took twice, in the evening, of the proscribed dose and retired and slept all night without a ...

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. — 8 November 1865

CAMPBELL ft M'DEHMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. "WEDXEHPAT MOESiyC, MOV. 8. Tbe Election* Ycslerdajr. At this writing (2 a. m.) we have re turns enough from all the States in which elections were held yesterday/ viz: New York, - Kew Jersey, Massa chusetts, Illinois and Wisconsin, to show that the Union ticket has been everywhere successful. The democra cy, soldier nominees and all, have been swept off the boards. Their entire cam paign has been a failure. The people have not been deceived by their change of front. The record of the war was not forgotten. In every State, even in New Jersey, the home of Nasby, the democracy have been repudiated. We can see plainly in the difference of disposition manifested by the suc cessively "reconstructing" States of the South the mischievous effect which even a demonstration of the Northern "Democracy" towards the reacquisi tion of power has had upon the South ern mind. Two months ago, when the Mississippi Convention sat, there was exhibited a spi...

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. — 8 November 1865

fpwtowt .tailoring. 1865. 1865. JOHN T. LAKIN & GO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOR MEN'S WEAR. OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE, OON ilatlng of the following Good* French, English and German | CLOTHS. French, English, and American) co^Tiisras. French, English, Scotch and American | Oassimeres. BEAVERS & OVERCOATINGS Of the following mnVen. Sohillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolfinga and Johaniea. | VESTINQS, 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 Handkerchief. Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN, i Cotton &'Merino Half Hose. Call and examine our Stock before purchas- I ng elsewhere. JOHN T. LABIN A CO., No. 25 Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va, oclO Taos. P. Thomas. Henry Sturgeon. j NEW FIRM. mHB UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR 1 chased the entire Stock of Goods of Mes Hera Wra. B. Senaeney A Co., beg leave to In form the customers of the sto...

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. — 8 November 1865

WEDNESDAY HOK5I.W, KOV. 8. Messrs Ripley, Cowl ?fc Co. took hold of the Union Vial and Bottle Fac tory when it had pretty badly burned the hands of its prime owners, and hav ing slipped through the fingers of its original projector, bid fnlr to slip Itself into the creek. It was considered an unlucky affair, al> ?1 situation, and all the other bads which become the con venient grave of unfortunate manage ment. The uew firm brought to bear on the defunct institution, skill, experience and practical energy, which soon dls Klleu all the ills to which it seemed to vo been heir, with the exception of the one great ill, its original construc tion. In a run of eight or ten months they built up a flourishing trade and made as good glass ware as ever clinked on the counters of a wine establish ment, or the shelves of an apothecary. Owing, however, to the deficient con struction of the whole concern, the ovens gradually, one after another, became unfit for use, until the proprietors re sol...

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. — 9 November 1865

- ?' ?y '-1/' 't?90<I 9rfi i bfltt ,RJH>OiM9:jB Jjahd Vll ? * I" VOL. XIV. WHEELING. WEST VA., THURSDAY MORSlftG. NOVEMBER 9. 1865. NO 65. ditat, 3 Tie SELLERS' COUGH SYRUP. I"T TO DDmirvn im .r?. From the Rev. T. O. Lamb. PiutAr ?r Alexandria, rn^!5^S^?l lacking Co., Feb. 2L 1858. ? ' T. G*- LAMB. II!^!,,n.""lK, l??ltaUrl? to nnrr. ^"u^WJrr* ",,d ??? p?bHe mmmm ExcirAxriK TT/vro. 1' .. past Very ?S3S??" rdi ^TR^ December 19,1858. *? -HnrtJiRbetritb*'?1 fw?!sS*,^r,u\,?iBvcre ?w tant pougb; and having trt< inc^torm ^ WW" air to n6 J 'W tity, to- make a trini j f RF fi2lSKWr 'tl\Wo<aty. to"i ?? va im ly^fSSSii9}1&$72f\r <*?*>; ti Slur r^?*Immedi PREPARED BY . . ft. E. Sellers ft Co? Pittsburgh, PaJ SOT.K PROPRIETORS. ' SELLERS' LIVER PILLS' PLAIN AND SUGAR. COATED. (The Original, only True and Genuine.) as stood for Thirty x-?? ? o?" 'vT ?_ 'i' w Jote SaaB*crf^i derangements. To the Pnbllc. Owing to the increased demand Uirougbout j the country for Sugar Coated P...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 9 November 1865

tMuMMkmar. CAMPBELL & M'DBBfMOT, SDITOM A.ND PBOPRXXTOIft. T1IUBMDAY MORNING, NOV. 9. . Tux election news yesterday in fully corroborated this morning. The Union party is everywhere victorious. Tho slaughter of the democruuy is whole sale. Their total rout anil overthrow haa no parallel in tho history of the country. Such a result Is not acci dental. It expresses the premeditated determination or the people not to en trust power in tho hands. of those who so nearly accomplished the destruction of the oountry when in power. The re sult Is the popular verdict prouounced upon the record of the Democratic par ty preceding and during the war. The language is, "We fear the future ascon dancy of such a party, and we dare not trust it." Accobdixq to an advertisement pub lished in our advertising oolumns this morning it will be seen that Hon. Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana, late Speak er of the United States House of Rep resentatives, delivers an address on a highly interesting'topiobelbret...

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. — 9 November 1865

gflerrtant 8a?otittg. lB65. JOHN T. LAJQN & CO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOR MEN'S WEAR.. ??N-1 Frenoh, English and German | CLOTHS. French, English, and Amerioanl COATIKGS. French, English, Sootoh and American | C assimeres. BEATEBS & OVBBCOATQfGsl Of the following makes.* Schiilees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolflnm . VESTDJGS, aid Johanies. | Velvet, Cashmere and Silk. I CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES. Shirts of the Best Make & Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchiefc. Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. Cotton & Merino Half Hose. n^aitSwi,^mlne oureiouk betoreporchaa j'oitsr t. i.akin ? co., ocK>?"M MOnK>e stree'. Wheeling, W. Va, Thoo. P. Thomas. Hkjtrt Stuhoeow j NEW FIRM. todersioned having prm. chased the entire Stock of Goods of Mn RjSenseuey A Co., beg leave to ln rt?!n?,5iof l.he 8tore Rtld the pub aPr,r^fuT^rS'^^^oTi,lhrUln0eS' THOMAS, STURGEON & CO. We have Jott opened a lar...

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. — 9 November 1865

WatltAAtigtuur. whzxujk*. *cv. ATA MEEJT5G OF TH E?GAKAJTD Atomk MuwltetewM' tbedtyaa* vlr dxiity b*4d tfcfe d*T. nr?n_ Bafcr. B. T. F<wJ i ZZ2Z& ^n3s?^?ss?gs UkaiMMlM P**"o?2!12IiL^^?i2Sob^m ^^"'jg.'^iifglr r?nwi??at?m?eC *-.???'* J*a,?tn*r? fokjo MM aad MukMHunue. SC. HU?H.<]uii^. * *- *>0- oov>3t T?I "Turbi'i Dim.--ll1,^ dally our mdta are takfig tbe ?? ut this ihwwowI penonage in vain. K'Jt fcir of Ukm who ao frwly we the till* >nr nun of bow it oripntMi, and for Uc benefit of Uwt wbo ar* in U;ssful ignorance of tbe origin of lb* apprtlatioa, K win ?uu?, thai, acnord J?i? tradition, when AiduaManaiincaet u> in burtnee*. a printer at VhiW. be ca.-iMr in poweeioo OT a little negro boy. Tbi? boy wm known over the city as "tbe little bL?-k devil," who aaMatod t *e mysterious bibiiofeecor; and kkm of tbe iguvrant pernooa Mjer^d biro to be none 'Xbw tban tbe embodiment of fcalan, who helped Aldus in tbe pr-*e cntioo of bit pf/Jwioo. One <Uy, Manutiot, de?iriuc...

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. — 10 November 1865

VOL. XIV WHEEBIS3B, WEST YA., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10. 1865. NO: 60. '""'HiJital.' mm COUGH SYRUP. TT 18 PROMPT IX ITS ACTION, ALWAYS X safe, and may be given to the smallest child or most delicate female with confidence in itn sacce**. Containing no htfliiimnatory or, spirituous Ingredients whatever, it is not only "applicable to the vast majority of Pulmonary and Bronchial infections but is peculiarly valuable to children, atTbrdlng great relief in Whooping <'ough and kindred dtse&ffea. "FVom a large number of certificate* received from year to year, we present the following: From the Bev. X. C?. Lamb. Pastor of the ? HapttiU ' Church, Alexandria. Ohio. Alexandria. Licking Co., Feb.21,1856. In January, 1RM. I had a severe cough, pro ceeding from a bud cnkl.uo that I coughed al most faettmntiy.for twudays and a night; front ! 1 egrami wooiapS55Si,S5? during tile evening/! PREPARED BY K. E. Sellers & Co, Pittsburgh, Pa, I SOL? PROPRIETORS. ' SELLERS' LIVER PILLS I pla...

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. — 10 November 1865

AMPBEIiL. & K'DEBMOT, KDBOBS AXI? rmOPBIKTOBS. F*I?AT HOBIUfi, SOT. M. W* observe tbaT(b? Democratic pa pers have very liule to uj about the late ?lections. And, sore enough, what can they say? If there liaj been any- finch thing as win in their principles, the present was their opportunity. There were more favoring circumstance** on their side this time than are likely to occur again soon. They appealed to the people on the negro suffrage ques tion and did all that words could do to stir np every old passion and prejudice. But it was all in vain. Likewise they appealed to their fear of taxes. Never did the Stroller play upon every string of his harp with more intensity and cunning than the Democratic orators and editors played upon ''taxes." It was Sir Robert Peel who said that the favorite tactics of the British opposition was to secure a tax bill, by their own votes if necessary, to overthrow the ministry. A tax bill is generally the death knell of a ministry. The De mocracy ...

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. — 10 November 1865

$Urri?ant Saitovlng. 1865. 1865. JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOB MEN'S WEAR. Our stock is now complete, con- I ?Mtngot the following Good*: Imdh, English and German | CLOTHS. French, English, and American | COATINGS. Erenoh, English, Hootch and American | C assimeres. BEATERS & OVERCOATINGS! Of the following makes. ScMllees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolflngs and Johanies. | VESTINGS, Velvet, Cashmers and Silk. I 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 ng elsewhere. JOHN T. LAKIN * CO., No. 33 Monroe street{*Wheellng, W. Va, oclO Thos. P. Thomas. Hkxby Stttrqeon. NEW FIRM. mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR J_ chased the entire Block or Goods or Mes> sere Wra. B. Senseney A Co.. beg leave to In form the customers or the s...

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. — 10 November 1865

WIDAT XOEilI?li. MOV. Eur wiiEcuso ctavncn. a mMrfiM of ?n those Mendlyto the ereo A tloo of tto^ AChDicbto of ttoeeonunlUee??f^nw toe . imlMOftbeooitoi Uw bailnmg.ac, AP?* SJliuindinSr of *11 frfSTatlie tnore mentl.a^nUy?qp*J^I,_ ?OT'? J?' *? ,. 3 Wskeubo, Sot. 8th, lttS. A T A MEETING OF THE C1GAK AND A Tobacco Manufacturer clnity h?ld?tto daT, a wtn Balr, R.T.Foro and win. win appointed to draft a petition to the < ifoflii f^Tnm^ie now In jannn^ni W. Balr A BrA, <?nier TTnton 8tr^ a^ Market Hquare. ? M. MARSH, W*. WiXDKK.fieCy- mnr?3t The Pestil k*ce Tkac* Laid.?We read that when the deluge waa foretold many there were, who wonld not be lieve in the announcement, and delay ed all preparations for the trouble un til it waa too late. In the act ion now or our people do we find a parallel to the above. The pale horse rider has^gal loped bis course over Europe, and w<j now find him at our doors. Are we prepared for him? We answer, most emphatically, no. In our highways and i...

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. — 11 November 1865

VOL. XIV. NO. 67. Diseases oftte Bladder - R. R SELLERS A CO., Bole SEUKS' COOGE BYHDPT ^QwTOl^orlcr rtfts, without solicitation ?!ven a certificate ofthe exwUeZ S m,! Medidne? nSutetatoSS 4wSS8B?S!B{ or'i?wfi5!^,?? th^sr?ity? to make a trial mv^i?S,^1?,TDg 8vru n. I did so, and to SI SZutr surprise, I received almost immedl HHm&se&gg 1*85? JESS?* *ny lecture loom, I could .riSk "Stolrt'SSSLvS? dnrln?t the evening! "i ^m?l?JSS?Sdfo.rKSm,,KPd " ?? ??wgr PRKPAKED BT"1 n Pittsburgh, Pa., SOI.B PROPRIKTOB8. SELLERS' LT^ER PILLS PLAIN AND SUaARCOATCmr^ (The OriRliml, only Tree and Genuine) ."5 derangements. 8 To lb? Pnb?e. ^iSr-^ssad'^ve?..^^ I . ,n *?* E SE1XEB8 * CO., PfnnHplom, ; Pittsburgh, Pa. The Great Internal Remedy, ??R THE HFFROTTJAH CURB Qip ' RHEUM AT IS M ? f' ' ISTRTOT Johnson's Rheumatic Compound, Aim BLOQD PUEIFIBB. , I*t die and Con ?? j : w&VS5 yean since I slightest ,M7? ?> it nns been over fonr ?nd 1 have not felt the ?sararfe Read the following extract...

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. — 11 November 1865

CAMPBELL ?c M'DEBMOT, XDITOBS AMD PBOPBIJCTOR8. ^ lATOllAT ?eawwo, MW. IL Wirz, whose name will be henceforth .Immortally infamous, va| executed yesterday, in accordance with the find ings of the military commission, before which he was 90 elaborately and im partially tried. The wretch had the hardihood to protest his innocence to the last, just as if it were possible, by so doing, to. reverse the cool and unani mous judgment of the country amd the world. Evidence would no longer be evidence, and fkith among men would be utterly destroyed, could it be shown that Wirx was innocent of the awful and unspeakable brutalities laid to his charge. The testimony against him was mountain high, and from confed erate and federal witnesses alike. The man was so steeped and besotted in cruelties that long ago he lost the sense of moral recognition, and hence it is not strsnge that he dared to go into eternity protesting against the justice of his sentence. The 'President has informed at least two...

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. — 11 November 1865

IPmbftnt Sailoring. 1865. 1865. JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOR MEN'S WEAR. OUB BTOCK IS NOW COMPLETE, CON- I slstlng of the following Goods: 1 French, English Kurt German! CLOTHS. Prenoh, IRngliiih, and American | COATING-S. French, English, Sootch and American | C assimeres. BEAVERS & OVERCOATINGS! Of the following Sohillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolflngs ^4 Johanies. VESTINGS, Velvet, Cas timers and Silk. 1 CRAVATs/ SCARPS AND TTra Shirts of the Best Hake & Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchief. Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. | Cotton & Merino TTaif Hose. Gsll and examine our Stock before purchas ng elsewhere. JOHN T. LAKIN A CO., ^No. 95 Monroe street, Wheeling, W. Va, Thob? P. Thomas. Henry Sturoior, | NEW FIRM. rnHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR. X chased the entire Stock of Goods of Mea ?eni Win. B. Senneney A Co., beg leave to In' form the customers of the store...

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. — 11 November 1865

'?(<! iiiiTI' UTCBDAT a?^>UI8. ?OT-1L. WnnxcrOf Hot. Wi,Ma tn.wlon^pd oo?to | be niw ntcrl to OoofiM by our Bepteeenf SS?l^IS5SS?<-^i2e?^V i . . X ?d)oanicd to meet at 8 o'clock ntaMmUd, tottamrmndj* udtunuetwuC i at the works ; MKXTtKO OP THE BoABD OF EotTCA uCDt.?The Board of Education bald a regular meeting at tha Coancil Cham bers last night. There were present Messrs. Bickle, Crawford, Ciohan, Hildreth, Hastings, Habbard, Mntb, McClellan, Osterllng, Pratt, Sweeney, Wheat and Wilson. A report wu reonired from the com mittee on finance allowing a number of bllla-aa follows: Lewis Baker, $26 50; Henry Gunther.fOBOO; 8weeuy, Bell A Co AS 63; B. 4 J. N. Chsrnock. $3 25; RletMtrdNolan, |B0 25; Jaroea McGraw, $0 85; William Ewing, 912 50. Total, $U6 48. The report waa adopted. A'monthly report fbr October of the City Superintendent of Seboola waa re ceived. This report shows the follow ing number of scholars in attendance in the various townships: Washington township, males 2...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 November 1865

P<?5ln tenuis. "33 a? : ot^SmISeflcnU^'temale wltfi conflden?i*lh Its succem. Containing no inflammatory or spirituous Ingredients whatever. It to not only valuable to children, affording peat relief In Whooping Cough and kindred diseases. From A larvc number of certificate* received from y?rtort*U*?iittienMb? following: From the Hct. T. O. Lamb. Pant or or the Baptist rbarcb, Alexandria, "Sl^AltDWA, I most incessantly,for twodays and a night: from Friday morning until Saturday night, I took twice. In the evening, of the prescribed dose l for sometime aa?jgssa and air to no eemed friend. Combining I took the syrup again in the morning, and preached twice during the day without any inconvenience. Bine* that timol have- gjveu it frequently to my children, and belleVe thnt it lias esfeen tially relieved them. Yours, Uul^, I (MrtlenlnHr lo Clericy Lawyeni and other Public Hpenkera. Toiler luu. wlihontaoUcllaUon, SfSgfgSjSgSfc 1 with coughs.? of 1 SJ wttE the gmttSTdrmSlttr that I lec...

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