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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 24 January 1853

VOLUME 1. WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1853. NUMBER 12(> ?1)C iDljccling Jfntclligcnccr, IS PUBLISHED IMILV TKI-WKEKLY ANU WEEKLY, BY SWEAFUNGEN & TAYLOR, IWUUSCU.] jo. I. TAYLOR, J H. PENDLETON, OLIVER I. TAYLOR | EDITORS. OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between -Ucrroe and Quincy. TER.HSl. i>er annum 35*1*1 or 10 cents jwsr week Tri-Weekly, 3.00 Weekly t?e0 YER.VIX OF ADVEKTiSIIffi. *L Tcii litUM waking a Square.'] One square. 1 insertion, $ ??? .. ?? o " ,73 3 " 1,00 ?* 44 1 week, I?o0 .? ?? 2 " - 2,00 >* " 1 month, *1,00 .? 2 " 0.00 G " f,00 ?? 12 " 10,00 For Yearly Advertisement*?1 square, with tbe privilege of <*. <-.*unges, per anmiur.i 15,00 One square, per ?iuarter, changeable at pleasure, 5,00 Kusiness auo Professional Cards, (per annum,) not _ exceeding5lines, 5,00 For Lono Advertisements, liberal discount* will be made on the above rates. CC5"Heli?rious notices, and advertisements fort hantanie Institutioirs and Fire Companies, inserted grat...

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. — 24 January 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PENDLETON, ) Q OLIVER I. TAYLOR, \ Edltor8' l'ubliMli<><l at No. 21, Water Street, KKTWF.GN MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, B\ 9WEARINGEN & TAYLOR. K. It. SVKAR1NGEN.1 [oLIVKR 1. TAYLOR, TKR1TIM,?DAILY, per annum, ?atiS Of) (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TKI-WKICKLY, perannuni, - - ?5t^ (Ml WKEKLY, per annum, .... j?| (Ml ?WHEELING, VA:? MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1853. U*The Ericsson ship will go to Washington with in a month, the New Yoik owners having proposed to furnish the Secretary of the Navy with one or mere vessels, to be propelled with Ericsson en gines, which are to have speed of nine knots with a daily cDiisumption of not over eight tons of coal.? The proposition, it is said, is entertained, and Erics son requested to send his new vessel on to Wash ington. Railroad to Fredericksbukg.?The connection of Fredericksburg with the North Valley and the Northwestern part of Virginia bids fair to be effect ed within a year or two, by a branch road lro...

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. — 24 January 1853

HOME DEPARTMENT. MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 24, 1353. To THE Poixs.?In the great multiplicity o candidates before the people to-day, with jio parti lines drawn, we can only say to our readers, go t< the polls, and let two prominent principles goverr your choice of candidates, viz: 1st, capacity an. good judgment in those who aspire to the respect ive offices, and to manage the business of the cit) for the coming year. ,d_well-tried honesty am integrity. Make the best selection you can in re gard to these qualifications, and all will be well. The polls will be open at fro precincts in eac , ward, at 9 o'clock. A. M.. am! close at 5 o'clock P. M., at the following places: 1st Ward?Hose House and Alderman's office. 2d " City Hall " 3d " Hose House " Court House. 4th " Hose House " Alderman's office. Stb " Lower lloonis Public School House. Fire.?On Saturday afternoon about hall past 2 o'clock, a fire broke out among the cotton in the picking room of the Wheeling Cotton Mills. The whole...

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. — 24 January 1853

INT iii IjLI G*J NT C JD R SO OK AND JOB OFFICE. The undersigned take this occasion to remind their friend* And the public generally, that in connection with the office of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Oflice expressly fi tted up for he execution or all kinds of PLA.IN AlVDORIVAilIENTAI. PKINTINV. Tlieir materials being mostly new, and embracing the la t'-st styles of Job *yjie, and their large and well selected stock ?*f i'upcr, cards, inks, dec., being purchased at the owest 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 regards the Neatness, Accuracy and Promptneas, ?vith which their work will be done. They are piepared to execute Cards, Programme.', Circulars, Posters, Labels, Concert Kills, Hill Heads, Ball Tickets, Hills Lading, Steamboat Hill*, Hank Checks, Auction Hills, Order Hooks, Dray Tickets, Deeds, Freiout Hooks, Notes, Railroad Blanks, Receipts,...

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. — 25 January 1853

VOLUME 1. WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2ft i*r,q NUMBER ?ljc lUljccling 3ntcUigcnccr IS PUBLISHED DULY TKi-WEKKLY ANUWK8KLY, 1?Y SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR, K. B. flWKAKIXGEX.] [o. 1. TAYLOR j. H. PENDLETON", / EDITORS OLIVER I. TAYLOR,$ ^11 UK*. OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mc::!0? and Quincy. TKIC.1XH. Daily, per annum So,0*1 or 10 cents per week Tri- Weekly, per annum 3,00 Weekly 44 J.00 TKR.TIS OF ADVEIITIMING. iTen line* making a Square.] One square, 1 insertion, 3 3 '? irrrrrrrrrrrrnrrrrrrrrii u>o ?? 44 l week, 1,60 2 " 2,50 ' 44 1 month, 4,00 2 44 6,00 r, 44 8,00 44 12 44 10,00 For Yearly Advertisements?1 square, with the privilege of ?"-.Ranges, per annuum, 15,00 One squaie. jvr quarter, changeable at pleasure, 5,00 Kusinessanu Professional Cards, (per annum,) not excecdiug 5 lines, 5,00 1?or Lonu Advertisements, liberal discounts will be made on the above rates. u3~Keligious notices, and advertisements fort heritable Institutions and Fiie Companies, inser...

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. — 25 January 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PENDLETON, ) _ ... OLIVER I. TAYLOR. \ Editors' l'ubli.hcd at Ufa. 41, Water Street, BKTJWEEN MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, B\ SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR. P.. B. 3 WEAR1NCEN.1 [OLIVER J. TAYLOR, TEB3IH.?DAILY, per annum, AH Ot? (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TR1-WKKKLY, per annum, - - Ofi WEEKLY, per annum, .... gi <><l ?WHEELING, VA:~ . TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1853. CONGRESS. Quite an animated discussion is going on in the Senate, on the Monroe doctrine of opposing forcing colonization on the American Continent. The doctors differ as to Mr. Monroe's meaning. Mr. Butler affirms that Mr. Calhoun, who was in Mr. M's Cabinet, understood it as made for a special purpose, namely, to meet the views, supposed to be entertained by the Holy Alliance, of reinstating Spain, by force, in her American possessions. Mr. B. contends that the doctrine was not meant for general purposes, or to express the settled policy Of the country, but for that special case. Mr. Cass, ...

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. — 25 January 1853

HOME DEPARTMENT. TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 25, 1S53. We take pleasure in calling the attention of our citizens to the card of Messrs. Gist & Wei.us, of Baltimore, found in our advertising columns.? From along personal acquaintance with hoth these gentlemen! we cheerfully commend them as com petent and efficient agents, and gentlemen who will faithfully attend to all business entrusted to their care. Heavy Hogs.?The heaviest lot of hogs slaughter here this reason, were cut by Messrs. Warren Dunlai-& Co., on Thursday. Three hundred & five head averaged 256 lbs. each. They were bought of Mr. Wilson Lindsay, of Cambridge Ohio, who is one ofthe most extensive stock dealers in this section of count-)-. He has driven to the above firm. 2,800 head of hogs, since the Com mencementof the season. The Melodeon to-night.?Mr. Turner, so just ly celebrated throughout our country as a vocalist of the highest order of talent, will give one ol his entertaining concerts to-night at the Melo...

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. — 25 January 1853

IJMTKIjIjI G-iJ W C J3K BO OK AND JOB OFFICE. . ,? i"f^l,'d1r^'EnCd Uli.5 occasion to remind their rnenUs or th^iu!iv i ,,?Jfif T" ?l 1,1 connection with the office k ?cn^0r. ll'ey have a Job Office expressly H t led up for i he execution of all kinds of i*,jAIHf ANDORNANfi.'VTAL PBIKTINCi* "Aerials being mostly jew, and embracing the la ? 0r?,0,, *yp?. and then Urge and well selected a?A? r ttr ' inks, Ax., being purchased at the Cash pnees, and the Job Office being a distinct de* ?*rtment, caiefully and efficiently managed, they can guaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the iieataraa, Accuracy and Promptnru, With which their work will be done. 1 hey are piepared to execute ?aRDS? Prooraxme.;, Circulars, Porr*a?, fef",lS- ? Concert Bills, Bill Huds, Ball Tickets, Hills Lading, Stsamboat Bilvi, Bank Checks, Auction Bills. Order Book?, Dray Tickets, Needs, Freight Books, ?otes, Railroad Blanks, Krceift*. Hotel Registers, PROTECTS, SCMXONI, Briefs, Election Tic...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 26 January 1853

VOLUME 1. ^?m????a? mmmmmmmmmmmmmmamm?bctm WHEELING, VA., AVEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1853. NUMBER 128 ?!)c lllijccling JJntcUigcuccr, IS PUBLISHED DAILY THI WKKKLV AND WEEKLY, HY SWEAR1NGEN & TAYLOR, r. B. SWEARIKCEN.] [o. I. TAVLOE. J. H. PENDLETON, i EDITORS OLIVER I. TAYLOR,! J^iiUKa. OFFICE?No. *21, Water Street, between Men roe and Quiucy. TKK.11)>. Daily, i?er annum.... ?5,00 or 10 cents i*r week Tri-Weekly, per annum 3,00 Weekly " 2,00 TKR1IM OK AUVERT1NINO. l IVrt litu* making a Square. ] One square, I insertion, 3 ,60 ?? " 2 44 ,7i 3 44 1,00 I week, 1,60 -2 44 2,.10 44 44 1 month, 4,no 44 2 44 6,00 " 44 6 44 8,00 ?4 44 12 44 10,00 For Ykarlt Advertisements?1 square, with the privilege of * changes, per a milium, 15,00 One square, per quarter, changeable at pleasure, 6,00 tiusinesaauu Professional Cards, (per annum.) not exceeding 5 lines, 6,00 For Long Advertisements, liberal discounts will Le ma tie ou the above rates. 03"Keligious notices, and advertisements f...

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. — 26 January 1853

J. H. PENDLETON > OLIVER I. TAYLOR, $ Editors. ^ Z"bn',~*'lX *"? "*? W-?* *???* a^fSR?E A"D STREETS, B, SWBARINGEN & TAYLOR. ?? ??. ?????,?c.l [oL,ygR rAvtoR> TBRMm. DAILY, per annum ,, on tkiavkek^i'v p.lr Weet) WKKKIV ' l?er a in Mini, . . 8;, 0<J >vhKKLYt per annum 81 JjJi ?WHEELING, VA:? Wednesday morning, January 26, ism. de^rnFin(TlUe Wh'g announcra t,ie sudden of Daniel Sizer, an old citizen of Bottetourt county. V\ hen abcut half a mile from town, on 1,6 fe" fr?'n h'S"0rSe aDd CXpired Mmumon Cei.estiai.._?n the 17th inst.. !lK,"A?ShOWe,ate-,"deMet' of Boston ?named to Miss Louis. M. Henss, in St. Matthew's Episcopal church, Boston. Melakcoiv Ev-KNT.-Tlie Wife "of Egbert R. \V atso?, senator Irom Albemarle county, died sud denly of heart disease a few days scince. On the morning of Monday, a gentleman from Ch.rlottes wle informed Mr. Wetoon, who was in this ci-y, brought trKn"ly,Were 011 we"; but the evening train Drought the sad news noticed above. JjTie Kana...

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. — 26 January 1853

HOME DEPARTMENT. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26. 1S53, Mr. R. J. Turner.?It was universally conceded by those who attended Mr. R. J. Turner's concert latt evening, that he is the best ballad singer whc has ever visited this city. There is a beauty, rich ness and refinement in his singing which imparls freseness to the oldest songs, and elicits for all his performances, a spontaneous outburst of applause. We are pleased to percieve that he will give an other concert this evening, when he will have instrumental accompaniementsby Professor Rittei nd Fickieson. We assure those who love truly good Minpiwr, that they will hear such by going to the Melodoen to-night. Mason's Metropolitan Serenaders ?It will be perceived by our ainu9einent column, that this band will be here on Friday and Saturday nights. They are said to be No. 1 in their line, and "Cool White," the source of universal amusement in Wheeling, in days gone by, is among them. Ma jor Dijnn, the efficient agent, informs us that ...

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. — 26 January 1853

IN TiUIiLIG-JSNCiiK BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. Tub undersigned take this occasion to remind their friends and the public generally, that in connection with the office of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up for the execution of all kinds of HliAIN A^DORNAMTEXTAL PRINTHVU. Their materials being mostly new, aud embracing the la test styles of Job *ype, and tneir iarge and well selected slock of paper, cards, inks, ?fcc., being purchased at the owest Cash pi ices, and the Job Office being a distinct de triment, carelblly and efficiently managed, they canguaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the NcalneM, Accuracy and Promptness, with which their work will be done. They are piepared to execute Cards, Proorixm&^ Circulars, Posters, Labels, Concert Bills, Hill Heads, Ball Tickets, Bills Lading, Steamboat Bilvi, Bank Checks, Auction Bills, Order Books, Bray Tickets, Deeds, Freight Books, 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. — 27 January 1853

VOLUME 1. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1853. NUMBER 129 $l)c ftJljccliug 3utcUigcnccr, IS PUBLISHED DULY. THI-WKEKLY AN1) WKEKLY, DY SWEARINGEN &, TAYLOR, K. B. SWEABISCES.] [o. I. TAVI.OK. J. H. PENDLETON, OLIVER I. TAYLOR ,! EDITORS. OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Mc.troe and Quincy. TJKRIflW. Daily, per annum ?6,00 or 10 cents per week Tri-Weekly, per annum 3.M Weekly " 1.0? TKB.1I.H Of ADVERTIHXNU. [_Ten lints making a Square.] One square, 1 insertion $ ,50 " " 3 " 1,00 44 '* 1 week, 1,50 ?? " 2 44 2,50 44 44 1 month, 4,00 ?? ?? 2 44 5,00 ? ? " c 44 8,00 ? 44 12 44 . 10,00 For Yearly Advertisements?1 squate, with the privilege or fit"iinges, per atiituuui, 15,00 One square, per quarter, changeable at pleasure, 5,00 Business ami Professional Cards, (per annum,) not exceeding 5 lines, 5,00 For Loku Advertisements, liberal discount* will uc made on the above rates. , 03"Keligious notices, and advertisements Tor Charitable Institutions and Fire Companies, i...

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. — 27 January 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PENDLETON, > OLIVER I. TAYLOR. \ Edltora" PaklhM at Ka. 31, Water Street, 8KTWF.es MONROE AND (fcUINCY STREETS, B1 SWEARIN GEN & TAYLOR. IC. k. SWKAR1KCKN.] [OLIVER 1. TAYLOR TRKITCM.?DAILY, per annum OC (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TKI-WEEKLY, per annum, - - $3 Oil WEEKLY, per annum, ? ? ? . gl OC ?WHEELING, VA:? . THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1863 Tho Late Election. There are few of our citizens who will not b< gratified at the general result of the late election for city officers, but so far as we have been able tc learn, there are few who would not prefer letting the selection of persona for the minoi offices re main as hertofare, with the Council. The selec tion df persons for the office of Clerk, Sergeant, Wharfmaster, and perhaps some one or two othei offices are best in the hands of the voters, but the smalle' offices, while the people should selecl them if they desire it, are regarded as troublesome to fill, owing to the fact that the bod y ...

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. — 27 January 1853

HOME DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY MOfcNlffG, JANUARY 21, 1S53, The Cold Weather or yesterday froze the wa ter in the pipes supplying the boiler attached to oui engine and power press. If our paper should Ik issued a little later than usual our patrons will, therefore, make a reasonable degree of allowance for the thawing process. Professous F ckieson & Ritter acquitted th-.mselves very creditably at the Concert last night. Mr. Fickieson perforins with skill and taste on the violin. Theatkf..?Manager Foster of Pittsburgh will open on Monday night at the Melodeon with a strong anil talented Theatrical Company from Uie Frjnt Street Theatre, Baltimore. The preparations indicate that neither pains nor expense will be spared to afford our citizens a dramatic entertain ment worthy their patronage. Firemen's Visit.?The Baltimore Clipper says "the members of the United Hose and Suction Engine Company contemplate an excursion to Wheeling early in thesummer, and are now making preparatory arrangem...

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. — 27 January 1853

INT-t3.LL.IG-.HNC.ER 8 O OK AND JOB OFFICE. ..mm'ISvJSSS?"4 Uke ?<x*ion to remind tbei r friends or lbe l?n? lCnf!n?I?"y'thlt in connection with u,e office fitted up^or ?? ****** a^obnamental printing. uiTOWf* ??o?Uy new, and embracing the la Ktfik 2r^L. i***-' *nd their Urge and well seiectod k . cards, inks, <Jfcc., being purchased at tho O'west Cash puces, and the Job Office being a distinct do wrlt?Cf!k" iCai cfl?ly and efficiently managed, they canguaran to their customers entire satiafaction, as regards the Xeatnci, Accuracy and Promptness, with which their work will be done. l hey are prepared to execute Cards, Programmes Circulars, Posters, ft?ft Concert Bills, Ball Tickets, Bills Lading, Stxamboat bJlls, Bahk Check*, Auction Bills, Order Boom, Dbay Tickets, Deeds, Freight Books, Railroad Blanks, Receipt*, Hotel Registers, Protests, Summons, uRiEFs, Election Tickets, a"SiXSr?w^Tr*Uonor,"tterpreMronU^ Alw COI.OKH ABTD BRONZES. 03~AU orders from a distance promptly atten...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 January 1853

VOLUME 1. WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1853. NUMBER 130 ?l)c tDljccliug 3ntclligcnccr, IS riTBLlSUED DAILY, TiU-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, BY SWEARINGEN &. TAYLOR, K. B. SWXaSuNGEN.] [o. 1. TAYLOR. J. H. PENDLETON, ) wiitcm* OLIVER I. TAYLOR,( L1JilUU OFFICE?No. 21, Water Street, between Monroe and Quiiicy. TKUm Mail}'. per annum or 10 cents j?r week Tri-Weekly, per annum. 3,00 Week!y " .... ...... i.-i 1,00 TER.1IS OF ADVERTISING. 1 Ten line? making a Sytiare."] one square, 1 insertion, <$ ,60 2 44 ,71 I ?? ?? 3 44 1,00 ?? ?? 1 week, 1,60 2 44 2,60 ?? ?? 1 month, -1,00 ?? ?? 2 44 6,00 ? . ?* C 44 S,00 .4 " 12 44 10,00 For. Yearly Advertisement*?1 square, with the privilege or ?? "-'i*ng?,s, l?er aimuuni, 16,00 One square. p?;r quarter, changeable at pleasure, 6,00 Kusinessana t'rofessional Cards, (per annum,) not exceeding 5 lines 6,00 For Loso Advertisements, liberal discounts will oc made on the above rates. XS^Keligious notices, and advertisements for Charitable Ins...

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. — 28 January 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER J. H. PENDLETON, ) OLIVER I. TAYLOR, S Edltors ^nblinheil at No. 91, Water Street, KKTWF.E.V MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, Bi STEARIN GEN" & TAYLOR. K. uAuTCARINCKK.] [OLIVER I. TAYLOR. TKttlfW.?DAILY, per annum, $5 OO (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TRI-WEEKLY, per annum, ? - ?3 Ofl WEEKLY, per annum, . ? - - gl Ofl ?W H'e FlI N G, V A r ? t u FRIDAY MORNING,, JANUARY 28, 1853. * 1 _ Henry Esmond. We have just concluded the perusal of this work and can truly say, that we think it fully deserv ing of all the praises which have been so liberally bestowed upon it by the press. The plot is well laid, and the different parts harmonize well. Th?? life of the author (it is an autobiography) opens in the times of the last of the James', and extends through that of William and Mary, and Queen Anne, and ends in the reign of the first George.? He is intioduced to us in England, and after ac companying him through a life of vicissiiudes and perils, at one time finding him serving ...

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. — 28 January 1853

HOME DEPARTMENT. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1S53. Nrw Rah-road Map or Omo.?We have ex .-?mined a new Map of the State of Ohio, and the bordering regions of Pennsylvania, Michigan, In diana and Kentucky, published by II. Anderson, St. Clairgville. It appears to be compiled from the latest surveys, and besides its general uses as a Map, shows all the Railroads finishedand in course of construction in the State, up to January 1, 1853, -<n?l contains n synopsis of the last census. Mr. E. C. Towns, of Wetlsburg, who is con nected with the work, will furnish the Map to our citizens for 82, which wc think exceeding cheap. a son* 8 M ETROPOLiTA.s Serknadkrs will appear for the first time to-night at the Melodeon. Cool White, the iaimitable, will be there, and as an in dication of the attractions of the others, we take the following from the Cleveland Democrat: "Mason's Metropolitan Serenaders were greeted by an overflowing house last evening. Every tench was oconpied, and many were unab...

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. — 28 January 1853

UVTiU.LUG-.ENCfiR BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. Tut undersigned uke thUoccasion to remind the) r friends li1". f generally, th*t in connection with the ollice or tlio Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up for J he execution of all kinds of I* I* AIIV ANDOBNAMENTAL PBINTI1VC. Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la teat styles of Job *ype, and tbeir large and well selected stock ?f paper, cards, inks, dec., being purchased at the onrest Cash prices, snd the Job Office being a distinct do* >ariroeut, carefully and efficiently managed, they ran guaran* \ee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards tho Neatness, Accuracy and Promptness, with which their work will be done. They aie pieparcd to execute Cards, Programme.*, Circulars, Posters, Concert Bills, Bill Heads, Hall Tickets, Bills Ladiro, Steamboat Bil:*, Bank Check*, Auction Bills, Order Hook-, Drat Tickets, Heeds, Freight Hooks, Notes, Bailroad Blanks. Receipts, Hotel Registers, Protest...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
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