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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 18 November 1865

SLbt2ntfl%fitax. CAMPBELL & M'DBBMOT, EDITORS A9D PBOPBIKTOBS aAXV'MUAY A OOBRESPOSDE.TT wants to know | ?why President Johnson wishes all the j southern States to ratify the Constitu tional Amendment extirpating slavery. "Only two States more are required," he writes, "to complete the ratification according to the Constitution*! form. Why, then, should not the President be ..ti.WnH with that? Why require aU the slave States to ratify?" Well, we suppose the President de sires to satisfy all parties, so that the slavery question will be effectually and forever set at rest. But to satisfy some people, it is neoessary that all the south ern States should adopt the amendment. Por Instance, Mr. Geo. H. Pendleton, who, as some of our readers msy re member, ran on the McCIellan ticket for Vice President, said In Congress: "Three-fourths of the States, nor all the Stales save one, can abolish slavery in that dissenting SI*to, because it lies within the domain reserved entirely to each S...

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. — 18 November 1865

gtmtarat Sailoring. 1865. 1865 JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. PALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOB MEN'S WEAR. OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE, CON starting of the following Goods: French, English . German! CLOTHS F"n?h' Engli^" and , American | oo^Tiisros Prench, English," Scotch C assimeres. and American | B1AY1RS & OMCOAMfisI Of the following makm: Schillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolflngs and Johanies. | VESTINGS, Velvet, Cashmers and Silk | CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES. Shirts of the Best Hake ft Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchief. Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. Cotton. & Merino Half Hose. Cell and examine our Stock before purchas ns elsewhere. JOHI T. LAHIN * CO? No. 25 Monroe street. Wheeling, W.Va, oclO Thos. P.Thomas. Hktrt Sturgeon. | NEW FIRM. flTHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR JL chased the entire Btodr of Goods of Mee 8 era Wm. B. Senseney A Co^ beg leave to in form the customer* of tbe store and 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. — 18 November 1865

SQbSttltlligemz BATPEPAT MOBSUTfl. XOV* M? The Seventh Ward Poblio: 8chooj will "be, when finished, a credit in every respect to the city, to the lslandf: and to those who are building it* In some re gards it will be the mom desirable build ing or the kiad in the city. It is per fectly adapted to the uses for which it is intended, and has been carefully plan- j nod for convenience and comfort. The j situation is commanding and the struc ture can be seen to advantage from the upper part of the city, from the other side of the river, and from most places on the island. It stands on a rising plat of ground 120 by 180 feet. The building is 64 feet in length, by 32 in width. It has four rooms, two on each floor, 25 by 30 feet. It has one clothes room. 10 by 15 feet. The lower rooms are .14 feet high, and the upper ones 16. The hall is 10 feet in width. There are two separate play grounds for the boys and girls, and theout-buildingsareneat and substantial. A well for the use of the school...

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. — 20 November 1865

-t/frsitn hi dithulict liti'Unillr Jiiiinn.' v. wvrt-a. (JO & 8MAQA Ifliiiir Idwim'.: 'itit.i H' ,0 U& H frl'i-.ii 1 mu i..bm i vjm-1 wbeelq^s, VOL. XIV. Hi mi nfrifaarf. fsi r. J*n SWS'-H. IB PROMPT Dt ITB ACTION, iW*n ? ^n>Vtaiav.n?lh??nu^olilU of Pulmonary nu d^uuumJ affection*, bat to peculiarly SEW lm Uw ???. T. C. U?>.. ??"?* ,<****. AJMM-rta, Hlnoe that Umoltaave KlTw It fragnmUy to my children, ud Wluve that It ha?*en Vi-Ijft'. ? oX.v? raw;'! apdatottouu mst&Mpfl ? VW. WalUoti, of UiU dty, to nSl ??of h. e. saw Oopgh sift* 11uai ? my great surprise, I received almwt IS rallet Jtwu *111) ItMmWfj with pCTftrt nun daring th?. ?venl"e. _l | 3SWE55? E. E8?JlOT *m, Pittstorgh, Pa^ | BOLB PROPRIETORS.' 1 sBLtefis1 iiver jrap, PLAIN AND SUOAR COATEO. , , cSJEi <l~' ;E H NELLEn * CO., I*ronrfetor?, -t, , ?HtobufKh,I>. The Great Internal Remedy, H fiom-ra hfpbctu a l <n> rje or RHEUMATISM, G0C7T, NEURALGIA, KJKOfr EVIL. TET TER, SCALD UEA D, RING WORM,...

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. — 20 November 1865

BJuUkUUisjpmx. CAMPBELL ft M'DEBMOT, editors and proprietors. MOXPAT MOmaiMO, HOW. 90. CIctcUumI A ritUl*ars KoMt-~Chj|a?? of"lime. A new time tablo goon into effect on the Cleveland and l'ltuburg railroad thla morning. The first train op la the way mall and acoommodatlon at 6:16 a. m., the lecond, an expreaa train, at U a,m., aqd the third, an ezpreae, carrying the .through Flttabnrg and Eastern mall, at 622 p.m. The first train, down la the wsy snd aooommodatlon at 11 a. m., the second, an expreaa, at 7:27 p. m., the third, an express, bringing the through Eastern mall from Boston, New York, Phlla delphia and Pittsburg, at 9:67 p. m. No connection Bait will be made at Pittsburgh by the 6.15 a. m. train. The 11 a. m. train will connect as heretofore with the 4J25 p. m. Express lor Phila delphia, The 5.22 p. jn. train will con* nect with tbp 9.30 p. m. Express. The ri6ntft?mail will leave the post offloe here for Bridgeport at 6.30, and the afternoon mall at 4.30. It will be seen th...

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. — 20 November 1865

PwfMBtJlUnrtSff. .! iiiimt JOHN T. LAW & CO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods JS-ur ? ' FOR MEN'S WEAR. 71>'i '? ' . : / , French, Eojliih and Oerm*c CLOTHS. Trenob, Amerioan OQATINeS. Frenoh, ?? ?< Sngliih," and Amerioan Cassimeres. mm ft OVERCOATINGS Of. {he following make* Sohillees. Simonies, Kippers, Wolflngs . and Johanles. TESTINGS, Velvet, Cashmere and Silk. CRAVATS, SCARFS AND TIES. Shlrta of the Best Make & Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchief. Glow of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. Cotton & Merino Half Hose. Gall anil examine our Slock before parehju ng elsewhere. john t. labin * ro? No. *5 Monroe ttreet, WliMltai, W. V?, odO Tnos. P. Thomas, Hxxry Sttoobox. NEW FIRM. rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR 1 chased the entire Stock of Goods of Mos lem Wm. B. Senseney d Co., beg leave to In form the cnatomere of the store and the pub lo generally, that they Intend to carry on the business at t...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 20 November 1865

MONDAY ^ MEBTIJWJ OK THJ8 BOARD OK EOUOA tion.?Tbe Board of Education'held a ineotlng at tho Coupcll Qbambora on Saturday evening laet. i .. There were'preeont Me?r?. HUdreth, (President,) Bodley, BlfkW, ;CrtVfdnl, Overling, Launder, Muth, McClellan, Bweeney and WlU???u IT _ Tho Committee on Buildings and ileal KsUto submitted the following: ? RaiAvtd, That the Prealdent.of the bST^ 1" hereby. auUiortaed. to a prloe not eiooedlng |1,000. Adopted. A lengtby dlaeuailonenaued In regard to the pnrchiko of a lot for a'1 eobool houaa In North, Wheeling. Speochoa were luado by aeveral members, aomo purchase of tbe othor aet of the unite gontlem.n'a lot*, andatlll other* frvor-1 lng thepurchaseof tbelalwlsi* Wwd-' mansle lota, now occupied aa a stable* yurd by Shallerosa dt Terry. The prloe asked for tbe upper Arm atrong lota, situated oin Market street, near Washington street,Is W.MJ-.*?f tiie lower Arnistrong'lots, locatod on Market and Union streeta.'between Jefferson nnd Madison, i? |?,...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 November 1865

I'l / rrtXTtn^vrrPT/rrr ? ssv 'WHEELING, WEST VA., TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21. 1865. NO. 75. IjKrtliral. ' SKIlfflS' "COUGH SYBtTPT TT 18 PROMPT IN ITS ACTION, ALWAYS I I wife, and rusy beniven to thq smallest child B fH???rte;w1to,tan&dmee In It* Kuccfss. Containing n6 Inffamniatory or spirituous ingredients whatever, it la not only applicable to the vast majority of Pulmonary and Bronchial affections, but is peculiarly valuable to children, affording great relief In Whooping Cough and kindred disease*. From a lnive number of certificates received from year toy ear, we present the following: From1 Rev. T. ?. I>nmb. Pastor of the Baptist Church, Alexandria, Ohio. ai.kxandkia, Licking Co., Feb.24.1856. " 1 hsrt a tOTcrecptre" ^pro Friday moraln^'unCirBnturdny TdgnV*! took twice, in the evening, of the prescribed dose and retired and slept all night without a sin i"? nSiSn,. ami {>reached twice during the day without any ?convenience. Since that time I have given it freque...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 November 1865

CAMPBELL & K'DEEMOT, KDITOKS A?X? PROPRIETOBfl. - J""' .>.T^8if"<ihie Couuly ^eM thinka thil ?L?Tln ?f 'he S,ate ""?ht "<>< ?? ?>? located In any county W|. ,rP|? there ,, " ' '"?? majority or Union people It therefore declines ,o r.vor p?I tension* of Upsbur, Lewi, or ir.rrtL, "f ?f courae' for Two Union Illcn> viz:?John C. Bal lard and P. Conner, are elected to the of Wf??t? from Monroe county. t[*rz Aii"n' L'nioD.'?^?t?i "om Pocahontas county. A Union member is also returned irom the Delegate district composed ?f . "'U,nUe* of Wyoming, McDowell nd Raleigh* The above are all unexpected Union snrcesses. We observe that tie county of Wash, ington, P?., has recently levied a tax of fire per cent, on the Interest coupons of the county's debt to the Jlemptield ra.lroad company. We presume the eounty has a right to do this, although it has never been levied until recentlv It seems to have been no part of the original understanding under which the bonds were laau...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 November 1865

Wrrbant Saibritig. 1865- 1865. JOHN T. LAHN & CO. FAIL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOR MEN'S WEAR. OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE. CON slatlng of the following Goods: French, English and German CLOTHS. French, English, and American COATINGS. French, English, Scotch and Amerioan C assimeres. BEAVERS & OYIECOATIHGS Of the followiug tuning Schillees, Simonies, Kippers. Wolflngs and Johanies. VESTINGS, Velvet, Cashmere 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 Half Hose. ngRrfsSrtierem,?? ?Uf Rtock ^fore purchas JOIIK T. LAKI.V A CO., ocU>?'85 Monroe Htreet- Wheeling, W. Va, Tnofi. P. Thomas. Henry Stcrgkon NEW FIRM. JJNpERSIONED HAVING PUR entlro B^k of Goods of Mes sers wm. B. Senseney A Co., bee lonro to In of tho 8l?reand the pub ey ,ntcnd to carry on tho r ? Plaee and on the same ?...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 November 1865

Tl iapAY noB.M.HU.XtV. 21. Tnk "AmKiiicA v Vision Commission." ?Yesterday some gentlemen of the city and .suite met ut the 4th ut. >i jj. C hurch in this city for the purposi of organizing a branch in this State of the American Union Commission The Hon. C. D. Hubbard was called to the chair, when Die Iter. J. L. Irwin proceeded to state the object of the meeting, as referred to above. tooi/Tu^i"1 ful1 oxcbanB* "f opinions look place among those present, all concurring!" the belief of t?e n easily for such an organization. The desti tutlon of some residents of the citv JJJJ* Ht.nl? w** feelingly portrayed by several speakers. We quote one ex tract from the remarks of the Rev. Mr Irtvin, who stated that in one neighbor hood In Lpshur county, he "found eighteen widows with uit aggregate of whottTn ch,ldren* "nd e'K??t children uhose parents are both dead. All of whTSLW",OW.?."nd children of men ? r 'Y* f:iU*43aa in the various prisons or the South. All are depend wlt'hmlV l.n!0"' ,h...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 22 November 1865

SELLEBS' COUGH SYRUP. rr IB PROMPT JN1XH ACTION, ALWAYS ?afe. and miy be given tri the Mnnllcat child or moKdcllcato female with confidence In 1U RuoceMa Containing no Intlnnimiitory or aplrltuoua Ingredient* whutevcMt In not only Jren, affording great relief In Whooping Cough and kindred dl*ca?ca. From a large nuralxr of cert I Urate# received from year to year, wo pir*ctit,tlu> fqljowlnf: From the Be v. T. ii. Lmub. Paator or the Baptlut Chnwli, Alexandria, Ohio. Alkxaxdbla. Licking Co., Feb. 34.1856. In Jamtary,-1*M. 1 had**everecour ? in ilUiniU7, i**1jl iinun WIUH'IKIIKII, i??ir coedlng from a bad cold, no that I coughed al fbr twouaj** and a night: from tlally relieved them. Youns truly, T. O. LAMB. Npeaker*. Proftawor Porter 1 "" ' given at est all i ?orter baa, without Holldtatkm, nroscimas December J9,1K& -fcraomoUma pa* veer afflicted with a mvqto cold, and nlmnfet constant cough, and having tried vartotw renio^tnu, ?ynij#r *a. and all to no ... .^,.___^TWaclty, to ...

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. — 22 November 1865

CAMPBELL ft M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AMD PROPRIETORS. y WEORENDAT ?OE3ri?fl,*Of.tl . AMAfcMl ifttpltel The Capital question si 111 engages the attention of some of our country ex changes, -to-ihe-twcciusion-of williiaiy topics. A wordy war U raging betweon the Morgantown Post, Fairmont Na tional, und Buckhannon Republiean, on the one hand, nnd the Clarksburg Telegraph on tho other. The veteran brigadier of the Telegraph makes a stubborn fight against the allied forces, and marshals his columns to ropel tho combined stuck like an old soldlor. As we are clear out of the fight, we can stand aloof und look down upon tho "elemental war" with not only. safely but disinterestedness. Worather incline to think from the combination against Clarksburg that her choncos are upon tho whole considered rather better thsn the others. Morgantown, we believe, does not claim tho Copltul for Itself, but is contented with having the Inside track for the Agricultural College. Fairmont Joins Morgantown in admirin...

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. — 22 November 1865

pmmt 1865. 1865 JOHNT.LAKIN&CO FAIL & WINTER Stock ofQoods -FOR MEN'S WEAR. OUR STOCK IB NOW COMPLETE, CON ?l?Ung or the following uoul* Frenob, ?RngHsfr and German CLOTHS. Prenoh, Engliih, and American COATINGS. Frenah, English, Sooteb end American Cassimeres. BEAVERS & OVERCOATINGS ?* Of the following makes. Schillees, Simonies, Kippers, WolSngH and Johaniea! VE8TINGS, Velvet, Cas tamers and Silk. CRAVATS, SCARFS AND WES. Shirts of the Best Make & Quality. Canton Flannel, Merino and Silk Under Shirts and Drawers. Linen and Silk Handkerchief. ? Gloves of every Description, ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. Cotton & Merino Half Hose. Call and examine ottr Stock before purchas ?g elsewhere. JOHJf T. LAKIX * CO.. Titos. P.Thomas. Hkmiy Stuhoron. NEW FIRM. mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR X chased the entire Stock of Good* of Mes seni Wm. B. Sen*eney A Co., Is* leave to In form the ooftnmeiM of ttie store and the pub ic generally. that they intend to cany (in tho bualuemattho n...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 22 November 1865

WhiMM$mv. WBUMUDAT NOBNINO.MOV. 91. H*Lr tub POob.?The abroach; of fritter renews the oldappeal, that ew follows thla Inclement aoaaon, for aom* MUve effort* In behalf of the poor. Wo are, perhaps, Juatlfled In aaylng thit the coming winter will 1h* one of great hardship to thlaclasH, which numheni many deserving people. Ptiel, provis ion! and clothing will be high,, and there are Indications of an nnuaually severe winter. Thoee who have been favored by fortune can do much good when the oold weather sets In. The ?buudano* of money U a matter of gen eral notoriety, bat it vhonld not be for Eotten that there ?n> hundreds who ?ve never found an entrance to 11." charmed circle, *htre m0neTW??ror distribution to tho bold end_?kllin" They bava oltber found tabor able, or bare (been vlalMd byalc*n?? and other mUfbrtane.. Able-bodied men will not ttndltdilHoult togetwork and ample compensation, hut women, and eeDeolollvthoee who are in 111 healtn and wltli young children dependent upon I...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 23 November 1865

VOL. XIV. WHEELING/WEST VA., THURSDAY MOttNTNtt, NOYMbeS?3 "l865. NO. 77. #?.' " sellerY codgh syrup. tt is prompt in its action, always I mfeand inav be Riven to the smallest child ur m(?ldWimte7wnf1? with oonjhlence in its obtaining no lntluhjmatory or ki "SffitSw 11 * WV.?1 fen & whatoverTJt is not only Rnnllrahle tothe vast majority of Pulmonary Bronchial attentions, but is peculiarly valuable to children, affording great relief in Whooping Cough atid kindred diseases. From a large nGmber or certlllpt^ received from year?ovear, we present the following: rrom'the Rev. T. ?- I-mnb. Pastor of FS? Baptist ChurcU, Alexandria, ?ALKAin)BiA, IJcklng Co., Feb. 24.1856. In January, 18M, I had a severe cough, pro ceeding from a bad cold.so that,1 owjrtedal ' Sost incesstptUyfor twQday?andanlrfbt: from Friday morning until Saturday night, I took twice, in the evening, of the prescribed dose and retired and slept all night without a sin ale interruption from coughing. I took the eyrup ar...

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 November 1865

mtx+ CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS A.ND PROPRIETORS. THrBBPAT ?OR.M.\fc, SOT. Judrf of tlae Tenth Clicnlk We print this morning in oar adver tising columns the proclamation of Governor Boreman declaring the result of the late election for Judge In the Tenth Circuit, to fill the vacancy occa sioned by the removal of John W. Kennedy by the legislature last winter, and to sccced Judge Balch, who was appointed temporarily. The whole vote is 3,821, Mr. Hall re ceiving 2,115, Mr. Kennedy 1,687, and Mr. Henry Berry, of Jefferson county, received < what we suppose to bej a com plimentary vote of 19. Mr. Hall's ma jority over Kennedy is 428. Here is one more instance in which the people have endorsed the action of the much abused legislature of last winter. Personal. We learn that Gen. Lee Roy Kramer of Morgantown, who has represented Monongalia county in the popular branch of the Legislature for several years, and who was speaker of that body during the last two sessions, con template...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 23 November 1865

gjftwhant SaUorinq. 1865. 1865 JOHN T. LAKIN & CO. FALL & WINTER Stock of Goods FOR MEN'S WEAK. OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE. CON sistlng of the following Goods: French, English and German CLOTHS. French, English, and American COATINGS. Frenoh, English, Scotch and American C assimeres. BEAVERS & OVERCOATINGS Of the following malroa Sohillees, Simonies, Kippers, Wolfings and Johaniea. VESTINGS, Velvet, Cashmera 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 Half Hose. ti?el?ewlier?Inlne ?nr Slock bcfore Purchaa JOIIX T. I.AHIV A Co., ocU>?"23 1Ionroe Wheollng, W. Vo, Thob. P. Thomas. Hcmt Stckotcn NEW FIRM. rFH? UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR .?r. ontlre Stock of Goods or Mes aera Wm. H. Scnmiey ft Co., beg leave to In of ?'ote and the pub ,lc generally, that they Intend to oanr on the bunn...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 23 November 1865

GlhtlMdtigtmK WEDN tfiDAV MORSI.V4i.XOV. 22. A Board of Trade.?We learn that yesterday a gentleman of this city called on a number of our business men to' ascertain their views in regard to organizing a Board of Trade here, and that, so far as he wont, not a single person was met who opposed the propo sition, but, on Uit* contrary, all who ?were consulted expressed themselves as highly pleased with, and in favor of the subject. The gentleman referred to will continue his visits to-day. and will call on all of our business men in his rounds. We are glad that some one has seen fit to move in this matter, and that we are likely to have a Board of Trade. The advantages that will accrue from this institution will be of in calculable benefit to our business men. We hope to soou chronicle the complete organization of the Board. "Ye Local."?Yesterday was the dullest day for "locals" that we have ever experienced. Early and late we patrolled the city, and "nary item" could we find. We almost...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 24 November 1865

vol,. XI V. WHEELING, WEST VA., FRIDAY MORNING^ NOVEMBER 24, 1865. NO. 78. $Udiral. SELLERS' COUGH SYRUP. rr 18 PROMPT IN ITS ACTION* ALWA.YS safe. and may toeg*?? to WPjillett efciW OTinondtiloiie female with confidence in its success. containing no Inflammatory or; spirituous Ingredients whatever, it is not only ' applicable to the vast nudodty of Pulmonary and Bronchial MKbtioni, btit Is peculiarly valuable to children, alfordlng great relief in i "Whooping rough and kindred diseases. From a large number of certificates received from year toyoar, we present the following: From the Rev. X. Ci. iJimb, Piutor of; the BnpflNt Church, Alexandria, Ohio. A I.EXAXI)KTA. Licking flo.t Feb. 24.185ft, In January, ISM, I Uada nev< ifri peedlnK from K ba<t "cold, 'so that I coullifif *l?. mSt iSoSianUvfi? two days and a night: from Friday morning until Saturday night, I took In the evening, of the prescribed dose i I took tne syrup again In the morning, and i preached twice durfng the d...

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