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

ailg gnteUigencer. The LUUe Girl tliat Meiti Me. There* a little girt (bit meets me. And with laughter ever greets ?e. And to kiv her oft entreat: toe. A- I stray 7Lcmg the path of life. so dreary. Where the saddened he:irt. and weary Shades the sunlight. shining near me. On my m ay. She has eye* as blue as Heaven. Only aged about eleven: But onto h?rr God has given 5aoh a heart That forever she is singing. And her sweet voice ever ringing. Beauty o'er the wrapt heart bringing. Sweet as art. With hersaany hair, so curly; With her teeth, so white and pearly* 1 have met ber late and early By the way; And I take her hand, and press it In my own, just to caress it? "Pretty little hand?God Uws it!" I do say. May the world smile kindly on her. Benedictions fall upon ber. Angels be her guard of honor, As she goes Through this world of ocrs, singing. Peace to troubled spirits bringing. No grief her poor heart wringing With iU woes. May the sweetest harp in Heaven? Bright crown that e'er was...

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. — 4 April 1860

i'rintkd and published by CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, I\TK!.MIiKX( KR Bl'lLDIXdS, JY. K. corner of (juincy and Muin-Sls. rV E X? M K s piily.(by mail. payable ?" advance,),.. $.'.00 Bv the Week, (pnvable to the Carriers.). 10 Tri-Weekly. (per year, payable in advance.) 3,00 2tg- Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advert Inements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must bo piild in advance. insurance". AL3EMARLE INSURANCE CO, OF CH A It LOTTSVILLK, VA. Cxwxu $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBUItGII, PA. C iriTAL $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF IIARIIISBURG, PA. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Cu'ITal $500,000 fpIIE above Companies havingappointed the undcr JL signed tlieir Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Companies are well known to be first class offices. All losses promptly adjusted. N.C. ARTHUR, Agt. fcb.r>?ly Office over the Dank of Wheeling. Choic...

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. — 4 April 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Daiit. delivered in city, per woek, lo cents Daily, by maJL. in id ranee,. .z?>,jG Tw-Wiixit, by mall, in advance^.. 3,00 Wszxx.Y,by maiL inadvance^ 1,00 WHEELING: Wednesday Morning, April 4.1860. Call for the Wheeling Republican Convention. All citizens of Virginia who are trilling to co-opar ate in the* support of candidates for president and Vice President opposed to the corrupt policy of the present Administration; to Federal corruption and usurpation: to the extension of Slavery ia the Terri torial; to the new and dangerous politics! doctrine, that the Constitution, of its own farce, carried Slavery into ail the Territories of the United State*: to the ro-opeolog of the African Slave Trade; to any in equality of rights among cltisens; and who are in fATorof the immediate admission of Kansas into the Union, nnder the constitution recently adopted by its people; of restoring the Federal Administration to 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. — 4 April 1860

v - Largest Circulation ol any l*aper in Western Virginia. ? Oft We.bicslay Morning. April 4, I860. jgSf-Gno.NTV Court?That Hoi; Casj:.? 'flic hog case in which Daniel V Tharp nii.1-1.15- Haley-arc interested parties, came lip ill the Oount.v Court, yesterday. From the proceedings,we are able to gather jliftl some time in July insl, .Mr. Jas. Haley ileum- White, Mrs. Haley, and another ?vonian went in tt bodyand made an assault npita tile pig stye of Mr. Tharp, rtetnolish ;:l.- the slid stye and took therefrom a j.irf Mr. nnley nvering, r.nd proving (by his own witnesses) that the pig was one ]ic had known and owned from its early infancy. Mr. Tharp. on the contrary, claimed to have bought the pig and raised jt'liimself, a.id accordingly sued Haley for <limages. The case was tried before Aid. yuigley, and a judgement of ten dollars rendered in favor of Tharp. Ilnley ap pealed to the County Court, and yester div, as before stated, the case eame up.? Some twenty witnesses were summ...

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. — 4 April 1860

toil# ^ttteliigeiifcr. THE COCKKET. bt jon* c. SJLXS. It was in my foreign travel, As a l&muua Flemish inc. Tbst I met a siouliah person With ft twj ruddy skin: And his hair wa? something stady. And WM done in knotty carte. And was parted in the middle, In the manner of a girl'*. He was clad in chequered trousers. And hie coos was of a sort To suggest a scant y pattern. II vu bobbed mo very short; And hie cap wv> verr little. Such as soldiers often use: And he wore a pair of gaiters, And extremely heavy shoee. I addressed the man in English, And he answered in the same. Though he spoke it in a fashion That I thought a little lame: For the aspirate was misting Where the Jotter should b**e been. Bat where'er it wasn't wanted, He w*s?ure to pat it in! WJ*en I spoke with admiration Of bt. Peter? mighty d:>ui? H? remarked:?-Tis real I? nothing To the dight* we Tave at 'orne!'" And dK'an A. upon hw-farmor.? Though of course. *twat very qne^r.? That be doubted if the Koruaue "Ad ...

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 April 1860

WHEELING, VA., THURSDA Y MORNING, APRIL 5, I860 NUMBER VOLUME 8 trm * I -4 193. , PlilNTED AN 1> I'CIII.JPFIKD BY CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, IVTELLIGEKrER BVILDISOfl, | .V. o'-riicr >J~ Qui',icy owl Mjin-Stx. 'V VZ RMS: lullj.(by mail. payable in advauer,)._ $6,00 jjy the Week, (payable to the Carriers,) 10 Tri-Wcckly; <per year, payable |Ti advance,) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid Jit advance. 'INSURANCE. A BARTER PERPFTUAL. 4^-OasliCapital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. with a stp.plus oy $500,3S7 S8. And the prestige of 38 years success and experience. Assets, January 1, 1858. Cash in hand, & Deposites in llartfd Banks,$348,123 CD Cosh in transit and Ageuts'hauds, 100,872 05 Mont y due the Co., secured by Mortgage,... 0,418 04 Ileal Estate unincumbered 47,053 42 Bills Receivable 35.177 18 MARKET VALUE. 102Bonds6.7 & 10perct.interest,annually ,$102,000 00 G57 Shares ...

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 April 1860

eAJEFSEIX 4fc VVX2M0T, EPiiojtB in) FROpKnrruBt, TCTMf ?TUtt.t, delnrorwd Iactry, par w ?iL. 1?- r?pi Hmry, iw ma? in advance. Mx hr w^1 4r. ? LC Vmu. tor w?. IX WgEEJ-IXg: ~ Thursday Morning, April 5. 1880 e? _ All ddtrar ttfVirpnk wise art willing to 1 aim 4a tfae anppoct a? notiidsUi tor preetikoi flai Tjob Amtas qppBaefl ? tte tu?ayt 05 jir?nt Administration: to Federal cormptiis) and tuijrpatlaa: tc She extemiot or Slavery in the Terri ioriee; to the cw and danggtuui politic*! doctrine, tbet the Conatxtntion. of ite own farrc. earn** Slavery istoali-tfae lerntodff ofihf Raited 8tat?e: ix> ilie -?-opening ctf ite Afrtnar 15ta*e ^aoy ii*> ??U- iif fix jniimiith^^mlrnitain11 of Eaoaw mu thr Unfeq, imi'ir the i nuaHiafiuii iwwith adopted i'T ite penjdir of TWTtirfnfthr 'Prktrti Administration In a "j Han' ?* lipid <w?anByt, and to the prinrtpl* of Ws^ioftoDaofi JdfeiWK df maintaining inviolate ti*e right* of tbe fitat*e, and defending the eoi: *f every gtate and lerrr.ory ...

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 April 1860

cn JiarscOBt Cii oal.it ion of imy Paper fn Western Virginia. ~?ti Thnisiay Morning. April 5. 1860. jj?-The Teacuebs' Institcte had a very interesting Bad profitable session yesterday. The day sessions of the Insti tute nre occupied with familiar conversa tional lectures upon the science and art of teaching.?? The errors in the practice arc frauklv pointed out, aad many valuable fligge3tion8 are ti.ade, which, if carried jnio the school rooms and put into prac tice by the teachers, will influence the character of our school in a very short | time. Our teachers have been very for- j tunate in the selection of gentlemen to j opread out the matters pertaining to school teachers in such a way as to be easily un derstood and applied. Mr. Lcgget is a practical teacher and an exceedingly in teresting speaker. Professors Brewer and Ogden are each listened to with great in terest by tho teachers. Their remarks on the science of education are jnst what are needed in our commuuity, not only fo...

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 April 1860

?ifaifg JutfRtjntcpT Tk? Ccaraf mr I860. Faxon, of tbe Buffalo Stpublcc publishes * list of questions necessxrT- for til he&ds of families to answer when the census it taken. We copy the following;: Bow old are you? Wijm were you bom, and whet, and were too present on the occasion of tout birth ? Hare tob any brothers and sisters, if so, how mecT, what proportion of "seek." and which #o too like tbe best of the lot? Do you own any free negroes; if so, how b?dt. and are tner nil Black Republicans? Hnreyou a father on yonr mothers side? Did yon erer black said progenitor's eye? Did yon erer pnt strychnine in your grandmother's cougb drops? Do yon grow any corn: if so? bow much; what proportion of it do you consume in the form of whiskey, and bow much do you wast Jn making bread'' Are yon acquainted with Artemus Wurd. and bow much does be owe you ? Do you like ham ? If your family eats a bam in three deys how long will it take them to eat a couple of hammers? Wi hope our London age...

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 April 1860

VOLUME S NUMBER 194 WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 0, I860 rHINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLIGK3PCE11 nUIIiDINGS, JV. K. corner t f Quincy awl Main-Sis. T K It M S : Daily, (by iu:til. payable in advance,-). $.'>.00 Y.y tin* Week, (payable to the Carriers.). 10 Tri-Weekly, (per }*car, payable in advance.) 3.00 /OF" Advertising done on reasonable terms. Ail advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. 'INSURANCE ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CIIAllLfITTSYILLK, VA. C.Vl'ITAL $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. ok Pittsburgh. da. Capital $300,000 Commonweal tarance Co, op iiAitnxsBuno, pa. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OK PHILADELPHIA, PA. C \ VITAL $500,000 rpi! K above Companies liavingappointed the under J. signed their Agent for Wheeling, mid vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Companies are well known to be llrst class offices. All losses promptly a.ljusted. N...

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 April 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS A!CT? FBOPKIJSTOBF. TERMS.?Dxtvr, delivered in citj, per wsek. 10 cent* Daily, by mail, Iu adrance? $?.00 Tei-WEZTLT, by maSL in Advance? 2,00 Wzxklt, by malL in advance- 1.00 W KC E k"lTi"x~0 : Friday Morning, April 6, I860. Call for the Wheeling Republican Convention* All citizens of Virginia who are willing to co-oper ate in the rapport of candidates for President end V?ee President opposed to the corrupt policy of the present Administration; to Federal corruption aud usurpation: to the extension of Slavery in the Terri tonectotbe new and dangerous jiolitical doctrine, that the Constitution, of its own force, carries Slaver y Into all the Territories of the United States; to the re-opening of the African Slave Trade; to any in equality of lights among citizens: and who are in favor of the immediate admission of Kansas into the Union. und?r the constitution recently adopted by its people; of restoring the Federal Adniinij-tmrioa a system of rigid e...

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 April 1860

IJailjr ? ntcHigmtfr ttav .Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "6* Friday Morning, Aprii 6, 1860 (Jo.MiHTTKD TO AKoWKR.?Stewill t Henderson, charged with an attempt to coruinit a rape upon a respectable young lady of Centre Wheeling, on Wednesday evening, was brought out yesterday and hod a further bearing before Mayor Wilson The young lady (whose name wo flrereque3led to suppress) testified that she was g0'ng down Main street with a num ber of bundles, which she had purchased At a dry goods store, when she saw Hen derson, and guessed from his hurried man ner and frequent halting that he was fol lowing her. She stopped iu order to allow ; liiin to pass, which he did, but only ]>ro- j cceded a short distance ahead when he j stopped and leaned against a fence. The j lady then attempted to pass Him, when he ! run after her, struck her on the side of the j head and put his arm around her neck. The lady cried murder and managed to break away from the fellow, who hear...

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 April 1860

C pw&rd. TTpward Si?* thx- hnaiUtNanv* t TMH. U1- W?il. JC-eS Spevdin? ooirftni litr s*r. anw? Joy anaFrweduOi lurch iu? Oncost Upward euar? ;i* Laujrnty Ocw&rd. If?Trti*iru j hif SiguU Though hi? eyrie, proud ?uii rc?aL Siu opcm tii*cliff"* buhi haighi. So #h ratio man mw upward ever. In his* an-irati'ms proud. i(?*tng. with each rter?; ?jtk*vor. lar above the eutnu ami cloud. Tb<ra~b hisFph?re on earth is lowly? Though rude poverty may chill, And reward nor come bat slowly. Be his mono, -'Upward." still. bat if hi? name i* pearning. On the plowing ecrollof fame. PkUMr not th'n in idle dreaming? Be the watch-word atill th?- same. Thus should all be upward tending. Nerved by love of Truth viud Right; In pr.'jRTe-??iT?-faith aeicenUiDg To the fount of Life and Light. Chills and Feveb! Chills and Fever!! ?One of the greatest remedies that haE cVer been laid before the public, for Fever aad ague, and which have received the highest encomium? from the press and the people, is...

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 April 1860

NUMBER VOLUME S WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, IS60 195. printed and HVinj.?rn:D by. CAMPBELL & M'DERHOT, iriTBLLIGEKCEll BUILDINGS, J\". E. earner of Qitincy and M-tin-Ha. T 10 X* JK T&z i Daily, (by mail.payablo in advance,).- $5.00 By t lie Week, (payable to the Carrier*.).... 10 J Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance,) 3.GO j tto' Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from :t distance. or from transient city cu&toniers, must l?e pai-1 in mlvance. rj i iwwnytiBio.ujj.TWMarjuimni. i .iiiiwkujwibim i o INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CIIARLOTTSVILLE, VA. Capital, $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF 1*1*1tSBCRGlI, PA. Capital $300,000 It OF IIARRISRURG, PA. Capital $30f?.000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF philadelphia, 1?A. Capital $500,000 f SMI IS above Companies havhigappolnted the under i signed their Agent lor Wheeling, and vicinity, would re?pecl fully solicit the patronage of this public, fcaid Companies are w.'ll known to...

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 April 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT. EDITORS -1X1) PROPKIETOKF. ?1>a1lt> delivered iu ciiy. per v^ok. lu DaILT. by maiLiii ^ivance -Ifc.oo Tej-Wkejclt. by mail. in ad vac ?? ".oO Wzznr, ly mail inadvaia*.. ... l,Ov w Til: k L"T*x G : Saturday Morning, April 7,1860. ?7*11 for thr WLceling Rt-publlcau Convention. Ail citiaeoa of Virginia who are wiliinj: to co-.'}<? a?e in the aupport of candidate* fi?r Prudent and ?'Jce President opp->^d to the corrupt policy of tb* present Administration: to Federal corruption and usurpuiion: to the extern-ion of Slavery in the Terri tories to the new and dangercrae political doctrine, that the Constitution. of it* own force, carrfc* Slarery jnto all the Territories of the United State?; to the re-upeniog of the African ?la*e Trade; to any in equality of right* among citizens and who are ic favor of the immediate ad mi??at> of Kansas into the Union, under the constitution recently adopted by ju people; of restoring the fedantl Administration to a...

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 April 1860

pitilu gntcUigcufcv Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Saturday Morning, April 7, I860 UKLI6IOUS 9iUTlCE.T.Ret. B^S? V. Dodge will proach the last sermon to tLe Youug Men's Christian Association on to-morrow .?veiling, at the '2d Presbyterian Church. Young men v,f the city fire respectfully invited to attend. The regular meeting of the Association will be on \1 -..iay evening at 8 o'clock. u. W. R. SIMPSON, Sec y. ^v7?Hl*>"ting A Runaway Hlsdakd.? F r several days pre vious to Thursday evening last, a woman who gave ber name \ ?s Mrs. Ketcham, panded about the city, i itliing everybody who would listen to her j that sin* was 011 the hunt of a truant bus- . hand, who had recently mairied a young I nnd estimable girl in Cambridge, Ohio, and gone off to parts unknown. Mr-?. Ketcham failing to hear of her husband in these parts took passage on the Eunice last Thursday evening, for St. Louis.? Since then we have received the Cam bridge (Ohio,) Timet, which gives an ...

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 April 1860

JfnteUigcttccr. [Selected for the Intelligencer, j HPRIXCi. A New Version. Ham. "The air bite* shrewdly?it & very cold.** Hob. '?It is a nippin? and an eager air/' Haxlet. aCome^oentU Spring! ethereal mxldnru eomri" Oh! Thomson, raid of rhyme a.? well a.* reason. How couldst thon thus poor human nature ham ? There's no such reason. The- Spring! I think and shudder at her name! For why, I find her breath a bitter blighter? And suffer from hc-r blows as if they come. From Spring, the Fighter. Her praises, then, let hardy poets sing. And be her tuneful laureates and upholder*, "Who do not feel a* if they bad a Spring IVrar'd down their shonlders! Let others eulogize her floral shows, From me they cannot win a single stanza, I know her blooms are in fell blow?and so's The influenza. Her cowslips, stocks, and lillies of the vale. Her honey-blas-oms that you hour the bees at. Ht r posies, daffodils, and primrose pale, Are things I sneeze at! Fair is the vsrnal quarter of the year! 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. — 9 April 1860

NUMBER 196 VOLUME S WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MORNING. APRIL 9, 1860 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IxTEi;I,I?KXCBR RVILDING^ -V. crmr of Qm'ttcy and Ma in-.Sis. T K 1* M S : i)tilv.<liy mail. payable in $5.00 j5v th? Week,' (payablo tt> the Carriers.). 10 1, i- Weekly, (per year, pay a hie in advance.) 3,00 j$&- Advertising done on reasonable ternv. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must bo paid in advance. ~~ 'INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CHARLOTTSYILLE, VA. C \PlTAL $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. Capital $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF HARRISBL'RQ, PA. Capital - $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, 1?A. Capital $500,000 riMIE above Companies havingappointed the uniler X signed their Agent for Wheeling, nnd vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Companies are well known to be first cla^s offices. All los3es promptly adjusted. N.C.ARTHU...

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 April 1860

ailg Ifntdiigciun' CAMPBE"ll"& M'DERM0t7 KDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Duly, delivered in city, i>er week, 10 cents Dailt. by mail, in advance, JifsOO Tex-Wkucli, by mail, in advance 3,00 WsEKLT.by mail, in advance, 1,00 n 1ek lTn G : Monday Morning', April 9, 1860. Gall tor the IVbeellng Republican Conveutlun. All citizens of Virginia who are willing to co-oper ate in the support of candidates for President an J Vice President opposed to the corrupt policy of the present Administration; to Federal corruption and usurpation: to the extension of SlaTery 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 States; to the re-opening of the African Slave Trade; to any in equality of rights among citizens; and who are in flivor of the immediate admission of Kansas into the Union, under the constitution recently adopted by {ts 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. — 9 April 1860

iiilu Xjai'gest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Monday Morning, April 9. 1866 City Council holds its regular monthly meeting to-morrow evening. j^"The Wkathkr on Saturday was so warm as to be positively oppressive, and the spring fever broke out in several new yluces. ggpABCSuro his Family.?A fellow na med Bunper, of Centre Wheeling, waa found drunk and abusiug his terror strick en family, on Saturday last. Aid. Quigley scut him to jail. lyzif*Federal Court.?The Grand Jury . of the Federal Court, on Saturday, found a:i indictment against John Roemer. charged with passing counterfeit gold coin. The Court transacted no business of pub lic importance. jgig^CoxvoY of Coal Boats.?On Friday evening nine coal boats, each with seven flats in tow, passed down the river, about one hnudred yards apart. Such another i immense lot of coal has not passed down in a body for a long time. It looked like a small village, atloat. jp^-Fred. Jones, says the Zanesville Courier, who was to r...

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