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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1853

HOME DEPARTMENT. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1S53 Fiuk.? This morning at half past 3 o'clock, s fire consumed the building at the corner of Main and Biddles'ree's, Centre Wheeling, occupied by Day & Harkins Cabinet Makers, with all the fur niture it contained. The adjoining building was partially consumed. Tl.e property was owned by Quan Arthur. The utmost exertions of our inde fatigV?le firen.en were necessary to keep the flames from extending to the sur-ornding buildings. Imports by tiie Kiver.? 1 he river trade has been very brisk within the last few days. We note the following, among tl.e many imports: Cincinnati.?Per steam.;r John M'Fadden, for Gill, Hirdman?& Co., 275 tons of pig metal. J. W. Paxton &1Co., 94 bbls molasses, M'Lure House, 41 bundles of furniture. New Orleans*?For Crangle & Co., ptr steam er? N. Orleans, 193 bbls molassas and -0 hds of Sugar; R. II. Winslow, 350 do. and 65 do; Persia; 200 and 45; Artie, 298 and 75; St. Clair, 200 and 50; Artie, ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1853

INTJsJJuJLIGJiJiSruiJK BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. The undersigned take thisoccasion to remind their friend* ^nd the public generally, that iu connection with the oilicc of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Oflice expressly fitted up for he execution of all kinds of I?LAIN AND OBX AMF.NTA L FBINTINU, Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la test styles of Job ?ype, and their large and well selected stock Qf payer, cards, inks, &c., being purchased at tho o*vost Cash pi ices, mr\ the Job Office being a distinct dc? ?ar; mcnt, carefully an efficiently managed, they cauguaran* tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the Neatnesa, Accuracy and ProuipmcM, vitli which their work will be done. They are prepared to execute Cards, Prooramk-t:, C.1UULAR8, POSTERS, Labels, Concert Bill*. Bill Head?, Ball Tickets, 1 ?illb Lading, Steamboat Bilv*, Bank Checks, Auction Bills, Order Book**, Dray Tickets, Deeds, Freioiit Books, Notes, Railroad Blanks, Receipts, Hote...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 19 January 1853

,jiliiqi?ib.DirrtcJ nk n-biijM .yaftcinrtT no Jnif<yv>/* OfdqttjJilaT r o*j; .I'joA hj;. .jJAi .iK InrjJyjmt tf&Biu'i twA'.:"^NS^ ?.' HaoMHiti.ijjn t\ /ami /woTaaavtaq .h l iOviYAT .1 ?a jlx) Vjl ,aw? .&Hl)TAaaK)QUl AAKIiiHIV .Li .^Kirt M DMllOO^i J VOLUME 1. WHEELING, VAWEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, 1853. NUMlBER 122 3H)e ttlljecling Sntclligenccr, IS ri'HLlSHED DAILY. TKI-WEEKLY ANU WEEKLY, BY SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR, e. n. RWEAEINCKX.] [o. I. TAYLOR. J. H. PENDLETON, i pniTORS OLIVER I. TAYLOR,^ bl,lAUKb i OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcrroe and. Quincy. TK R.TIM. D*ily, per atuium or 10 cents per week Tri-Weekly, per annum. 3,00 Weekly *' 1,00 TEB.TIM OF ADVEBTIMIIVG. Ten lines making a Square. J One square, 1 insertion, 3 ?? 2 " ,75 " " 3 " 1,00 " ?' 1 week, I,GO 2 44 2,60 " 44 1 uiontb, - 4,00 " " 2 44 6,00 " " G 44 8,00 " 44 12 44 10,00 For Yearly Advertisements? 1 square, with the privilege of * --'langes, per aunuuin lo,00 One square, per .quarter, ch...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 19 January 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PENDLETON, ) OLIVER L TAYLOR, \ JJmtoro' PnkliikMl at 1*0. 41, Water Ntreet, BUT WEEN MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS) B\ SWEARING-EN & TAYLOR. , SVVEALINGCS.] [oumi.flTUl, ?*. B EKiflM.?DAILY, per annum, 8^ OO (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TR1-WEEKLY, per annum, ? - 83 OO WEEKLY, per annum, .... Si OO ^.W HEELING, V A i-'L'^'EDNKSU.VY MQRNING, JANUARY 19, 1853. Clayton-Balwer Treaty. . Quite an active debate lias been going on for some days past, in the U. S. Senate, upon the trea ty concluded by .Gen. .Taylor's administration, with Great Britian, relative to the British rights in Central America. The discussion originated with Gen. Ca&i, less uufortunate perhaps as the "Hero of the broken sword," than in his numerous attempts of late, to ingratiate himself with the public, by mounting hobbies for popular effect, which, unfortunately, the sovereigns would not .endorse. First came his resolutions for suspending Diplomatic re lations with Austria, which Senator...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 19 January 1853

HOME DEPARTMENT. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, 1S53. The Fire which we briefly noticed yesterday morning, orginated, it is supposed, in the finishing shop, or cabinet ware roomsof Day& Harkins,cor ner of Main *nd Biddle sheets, Centre Wheeling. The flame^ were discovered issuing from the build ingat about half past 3 o'clock in the morning. an<l had consumed the interior of the rooms before they bursted out. The fire companies were dslaved some time in making an attachment, ow ing to the fire pines being frozen up, and b* foTe the watpT could be brought to play with much effect, the corner building was almost entirely consumed, together with all the furniture and books which it contained. A large portion of the upper story of the adjoining tenement was also burnt away.? This portion of the building was occupied by Ed ward Welch a3 a "boarding house for the laborers on the Railroad. About twenty-five persons were asleep in the three upper rooms, who wakened to find themselves...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 19 January 1853

IM TiJ Jj?.XG-iUiM OJliK BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. Tut undersigned take this occasion to remind thci r friends snd the public generally, that in connection with the otlke or the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Offlce expressly fltted up for the execution of all kinds or PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRKNTINU. Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la test styles or Job ?ype, and tneir large and well selected stock ?f paper, cards, inks, &c., being purchased at the ovreat Cash prices, and the Job Office being a distinct de partment, carefully and efficiently managed, they can guaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards Uio Neatness, Accuracy and Promptnm, with which their work will be done. They are prepared to execute Cards, Programme, Circulars, Posters, Labels, Concert Bills, Bill Heads, Ball Tickets, Hills Lading, Steamboat Uttv*, Bank Checks, Auction Bills, Order Books, 1)ray Tickets, Deeds, Freiout Books, Notes, Railroad Blanks, Receipts, Hotel Registe...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 20 January 1853

VOLUME 1. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20 1853 NUMBER 123 j | EDITORS. ijri)c ftitelltgeiucr, IS PUBMSUED llllLY TKI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, HY SWEARINGEN &. TAYLOR, K. gyrtlEIKOEN.] [?? '? "VU1 J H. PENDLETON, OLIVER I. TAYLOR, OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mc.roc and Quincy. TKBJISi. Daily, per annum.... . or 10 cents per week 1 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum Weekly " 1,00 TEBIlt OF ADTKBTI.N1XC. J_Tln lines tnakinga Square.] One square, I inserugn, ? .? << ?< 2 " ?*1 .. .. 3 " 1.00 ?i <4 i week ?????? ? l?o0 ;; 44 o tfK 2,50 I .. .. imonu.; 1 - g " *<? #< 44 JO " l0??? For Yk&RU Advwti?***w-1 square, with the privilege of ?*? --Ninges, per annuuin, One square, per quarter, changeable al pleasuie, 6,00 itusiucss ana Professional Cards, (per annum,) not exceeding 5 lines. 5,00 For Loko ADVcaTi3B*itvrs, liberal discounts will be i "'o^Keligfcm'iiotices, *?d advertisements for Charitable | Institutions and Fire Companies, inserted gratuitously. 03"Ma...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 20 January 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PENDLETON, ) w,tnrn OLIVER I. TAYLOR, S BmtorB I'nblUhed at If*. 91, Water Street, BETWEEN MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, B\ SWEAEINGEN & TAYLOR. F.. B. SWrARlNCIN-l [oUTtl 1. TAYUI1, TEltJIH.?DAILY, p?T annum* - ^ OO (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TRI WEEKLY, peranuuin, ? ? 83 OO WEEKLY, per annum OO ?WHEELING, VA:? ' THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1883. lj"At a meeting of tie stockholders of the Mar shall & Ohio Turnpike Company, held in the city of Wheeling, on Wednesday, the 19th inst., Mr. J. Morton of Grave Creek, was elected President, anil Messrs. J. L. Hobbsand J. M. Bushfield, were elected Directors of the Company. 0"The Circuit Court wau occupied on yesterday, in hearing the petition of Mr. Drew, charged with being accessary to a folony, to be let to bail. Af ter hearing the evidence, Judge Thompson adjour ned the Court until this morning, when the appli cation will be disposed of. The counsel for the prisoner intimated that he would apply at to-day...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 20 January 1853

HOME DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1S53 The Mails.?The delay in the arrival of the Eastern mail, about which there is so much inqui ry, is, it is plain enough we should think to any one, owing to the delay in the arrival of the cars. This irregularity is to be expected in a newly opened road, not as yet completely ballasted, and not even in a condition for the regular transmis sion of freight. The connection between this and Cumberland is broken almost daily, and the time at which the cars arrive here in the afternoon or evening, depends much on the time consumed in crossing over Pettvbone's tunnel, which varies from half an hour to four hours, accordi : g to cir cumstances. Mr. Fayerweather, the eneTgetic agent of trans portation for the mail department, is making every possible exertion along the line to bring about more regularity in the mails. We understand that the B. andO. Railroad Company and the mail depart ment are taking measures to establish a schedule of time...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 20 January 1853

iwri^i.i.iGJijjsroi!3R BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. The undersigned Uke this occasion to remind tliei 1* friend* %nd the public geuerally, that in connection with the office or the Doily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up for the execution of all kinds of plain AND ORNAMENTAL. pkintinu. Their materials being mostly new, aud embracing the la test styles of job *ype, aud their Urge and well selected stock qf paper, cards, inks, &c., being purchased at the o?vest Cash pi ices, and the Job Office being a distinct de partment, carefully and efficiently managed, they can guaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as legards tho NeatacM, Accuracy and ProuiptnrM, with which their work will be done. They are piepared to execute Cards, Programme-*, Circulars, Posters, I.abels, Concert Hills, Hill Heads, Ball Tickets, Hills Lading, Steamduat Hank Checks, Auction Hills, Order Hooks, Dray Tickets, Deeds, Freiout Hooks, Notes, Railroad Blanks, Receipts, Hotel Registers,...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1853

VOLUME 1. WHEELING, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21 1853~ NUMBER 124 <&l)e ti)l)ccling 3utclligcnccr, is published DAILY, THI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, BY SWEARINGEN &. TAYLOR, K. B. SWEARIX^X.] f?* '? TAYLOR. J. H. PENDLETON, J EDITORS. OLIVER I1TAYLOR!TJJUU1U' OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, betwten Mcr.roe and Quincy. TER.7IN. Daily, per awium S5.0O or 10 cents |?er week TrI-WeeK!)*, ]>er annum 3,00 Weekly " I*00 OF ADVKIITISING. 'LTcii lints making a Square.'} one square, 1 insertion, $ ,60 .< ?? o ? ,75 3 ?? 1,00 ?? l week, 1?"0 .1 ?? O ?< 2,50 ? ? 44 1 month 4,00 .? .? o .? 5,00 6 " S,00 <? 12 ?? 10,00 Foe YtiRLV Anvertiskjiknts?1 square, with the privilege of ?* Vianges, per aiinuum, 15,00 One square, per quarter, changeable at pleasure, 5,00 IJusinesa ana Professional Cards, (per annum,) not exceeding lines, .. ... 6.00 For Lono Advertisements, lil>eral discounts will ?:c nude on the above rates. . ?C5"Keligious notices, and advertisements for Charitable Inst...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PENDLETON, ) OLtVKJfM. TATLOR; } Bditorn. I'liblialifdat No. 91f Water Street, "BKTWEEN MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, B\ SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR. K. B. HVVEAR1NGEN.1 [OLIVER 1. TAYLOR. 1 Kit MS.?DAILY; per annum, g5 OO (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TRI-WKEKLY, per annum, - ? ?3 OO WEEKLY, per annum, .... $1 OO ^ v?: ?WHEELING, V A:? 'FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 21, 1853. 0"A communication from "W. B. H., will ap peal to-morrow. Saturday Night. AVe learn that it is the intention of the ladies connected with the Catholic Church in this city, to have a supper at Union Hall, on Saturday (to-mor row) evening, for the purpose of aiding, with the proceeds thereof, in the purchase of a bell for their Cathedral in this city. The object is a commenda ble one, and we doubt not, will be liberally sup ported by our citizens generally. The substan tias, as well as the tasteful, will be supplied to the visiters, and every effort will be made, to ren der the entertainment satisfactory...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1853

HOME DEPARTMENT. F IDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21. 1S53. Tee Weekly Intelligencer of to-day, con tains the full proceedings of the Railroad Celebra tion, together with much other intaresting matter in relation to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.? The same amount of historical information in re gard to this great work, will not probably be ever again published in one paper. The Baltimore American, in copying our report of the proceed ings, says: ?' We copy them in full, to put them on record, to be read now, as they will be with de light by all, and to be treasured up as a memorial of the consummation of the great enterprise, com menced m.ire than a quarter of a century ago, and which now opens to us, the boundless trade of the West, and secures to the city, a prosperity which will continue to grow and increase, as time passes on." So person in this region, should be without a copy of these interesting proceedings. For sale at * this office, and at McMechen's Lilerary Depot. .Messits. Takb...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1853

IitfTJ!iJLiUG-J3HrCJBR BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. The undersigned take this occasion to remind their friends %nd tUe public generally, that in connection with the office or the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up for ihe execution or all kinds of PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PHINTINC ? Their materials being mostly oew, and embracing the la. feat styles of Job ?ype, and their large and well selectc>l stock ?f paper, cards, inks, &c., being purchased at tho oH.*est Cash prices, and the Job Office being a distinct de partment, carefully and efficiently managed, they can guaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards tho NeatncM, Accuracy anu Promptness, with which their work will be done. They are prepared to execute Cards, Programmes, Circulars, Posters, Labels, Concert Bills, Bill Heads, Ball Tickets, Bills Lading, Steamboat Hum, Bank Checks, Auction Bills, Order Books, Drat Tickets, Deeds, Preiobt Books, Motes, Railroad Blanks, Receipts, Hotel Reg...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1853

mTjtiJjjLiIG-JsjNCfiR BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. The undersigned take this occasion to rcmiiid their friends %nd the public generally, lhat in connection with the office of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up Tor \he execution or all kinds of PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PBINTINii. Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la lest styles of Job ?ype, and their large and well selected stock sf paper, cards, inks, &c., being purchased at tho oHfest Cash prices, and the Job Office being a distinct de partment, carefully and efficiently managed, they canguaran lee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards tho Neatness, Accuracy and Promptness, with which their work will be done. They are prepared to execute Carps, Programmes, Circulars, Posters, Labels, Concert Hills, Bill Heads, Ball Tickets, Bills Lading, Steamboat Bills, Bank Cmecks, Auction Bills, Order Books, Dray Tickets, Deeds, Freight Books, Notes, Railroad Blanks, Receipts, Hotel Registe...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 22 January 1853

3 VOLUME 1. WHEELING, VASATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1853. NUMBER 125 <?l)c toJljeclitig Intelligcnccr, IS PUBLISHED DAILY, TKI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, BY SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR, p.. ?. aWgAMXCiM.] Jo. i. tavlor. J. H. PENDLETON, J EDITORS OLIVER I. TAYLOR,\ OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mcnoe a ud Quincy. TEB91II. Daily, per annum 55?0H or 10 cents per week Tri-Weekly, per annum 3,00 Weekly " 1.0? TER7IM OF ADVEBTISIlVfi. t_Ten lines making a Square.} One square, 1 insertion, S ??? 2 44 ,75 3 44 1,00 ?? " 1 week, 1,60 2 44 2,00 ?? " 1 month, 4,00 2 ?* 6,00 ?? " G 44 8,00 44 12 ?? 10,00 For Y'xarlv Aovkktifementr?1 square, with the privilege of ?? ".Ranges, per aniiuum, 15,00 One square, per quarter, changeable at pleasure, 6,00 business ana Professional Caids, (per annum,) not exceeding 5 lines, 5,00 For Lon?? Advertisement*, liberal discounts will be made on the above rates. 03TKeligious notices, and advertisements for Charitable Institutions and Fire Companies, inserted gr...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 22 January 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PENDLETON, ) OLIVER I. TAYLOR. S ?,cutorB PnbliMhcd at N*. ill, Water Street, HKTWF.EN MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR. K. I*. 8WEAR1NGKN.] [OLIVKR I. TAYLOR, EICIYIK.?DAILY, per annum, $5 OO . (Or in Cents per Week.) TRIAVKEKLY, perannum, . . $3 Od ( \VKEKLY, i?erannum, - - - - St Oil - " * - -^WHEELING, VA:? SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 22, 1853. Who Can Vote on Monday? For the benefit of many enquiters, we publish below, the 5th section of the city charter, prescrib ing the qualifications of voters in the charter .elec tions. Th eamendment of last year does not refer to, or interfere with the qualifications of voters, which remain as heretofore. The new, or amend ed charter, makes all voters eligible to office, and makes the office elective: "Sec. 6. At all elections which shall be held by voters of said city for the corporate authorities thereof, the following persons shall be entitled to vote, viz: First. Every white male citizen of th...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 22 January 1853

DAILY INIliLLKiENCEK. Published nt N#. !?1, W?UT Street, BETWEEN MONROE AND QMNCY STREETS, B\ SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR. K. ?. SWKARINGKN.l * [oLIVKR I. TAYMJR, TEKflS DAILY, per annum S3 OO fOr in Cents per Week.) ? TRttYEKKI.Y, per annum, ? ? 83 Ofl WKKK1.Y. per annum SI <>?> ?? -^WH EE LING, V A :? SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1853. ~Who Can Vote on Monday? For the benefit of many enquirers, we publish below, the 5th section of the city charter, prescrib ing the qualifications of voters in the charter .elec tions. Th earaendment of last year does not refer to, or interfere with the qualifications of voters, which remain as heretofore. The new, or amen il ea charter, makes all voters eligible to office, and makes the office elective: "Sec. 6. At all elections which shall be held by voters of said city for tlie corporate authorities thereof, the following persons shall be entitled to vote, viz: First. Every white male citizen of the State, of the age of twenty-one years or ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 22 January 1853

HOME DEPARTMENT. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1S53 Pav too* Citt Taxes, if you want to vote on Monday. That's the law! So fork ovtr like a pa triot anil a christain. Mu. James E. Smiley desires us to say that he is not n candidate for the office of Street Commission er. McMeciikn has just received quite an accession to his stock of light reading. The Valentines are a'r.-ady there, and if the beauties are not among them, then there rre no beauties. Is the Communication entilled "Madison?the perilous times of '87?the Union," by our able correspondent, Edwaro Turner, Esq., published yesterday, read int:r ninalc learning, instead of 'in termediate.' Chesapeake Ovsters.?Mr. D. S. Coftk is the agent in this city for a choice article ot Oysters, put up at Annapolis, Md.. w:th great care. They are decidedly good. His establishment is on the west side of .Market Square. j The SrrppER to-night,_ at Union Hall, we are assured, will he very attractive, and the eyes and ears will be feasted as ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 22 January 1853

iitfT.ELIJG-.EisrcjsiR BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. ? Tfe Und?.r*i?ned uke this occasion to remind their friend* ofx.he v i?n^i1?JaUy' th,ll inuconnection with the oilicc ?!? i , y I ntelligencer, they have a Job Office cxnresslv ft tted up for he execution of all kinds of l*_*'AIV1> OBNAITIEIVXAIj PBINT1IVCJ. t^t^tvE?"n?'08 X??^i7.ucw* *ud embracing the la k Jr -f.,2. r \1VC' and their large and well selected ? took ?if paper, cards, inks, <&c., being purchased at the a"d'he.-">b Office befng a distinct .le \em y ?nd efficiently managed, they can guaran lee to their customers enure sadsr.ction, as regards tho Neatneu, Accuracy aid Proiapinm, with which their work will be dose. They are prepared to execute Proorikub:;, Circulars, Horrni, ^ Concert Bills, ^ H*im, Ball Tickets. ? I!' ^ADING, STIiMlOAT RlLL% Iw.Bank Checks, Auction Bill?, Order Book*, Dray Tickets, ""M- Freioht Books, >iot?s, Railroad Blanks, Receipts, Hotel Hiouxaa.. Summons, Briefs, Election Tickets, Vji?*?17...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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