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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 20 April 1860

ailg JftttcUujeiuer. "I*u in a land r'i lor* and ta<x>'Ji That first I beard 6dr Elsie's too?? Where April eits oo Winter# tomb. With biaa-ejed violets in her sooe. There, when the biiXKwng earth is Beneath the mirror sky of June, How cadent is tbr wild wood** acr*~*o With oriole aod throstle* tune! Oft have I faun within the shade! My m dreaming of it now: I bear the throstle in the fdade. And feel the sea-breeze fan rr r brow. liia&d. healthy breeze, bow it beguiles The fcrer from a bcrnmg brain !? The breeze that brine* from balmy ides sweet incense o'er the wary main. Oft back to that loTe-ballowed grove Thought'* lightning pinions mlger f!y? Iw, there in fencr oft I rove. And hesu* the oak-swung wind-harp sigh. Twm fn that cool grove's pleasant xi*Ie. When the sooth winds swept the swell in* sea, That Elsie charmed me with her smile. And taught lore's lesson first to me. Ah! then J was a simple child That sought for blossom* o'er the 1*-*, And whso the meek-eyed maide...

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. — 21 April 1860

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ixtelligexcer BnriDiNog, j\'. K. corner of Quincy and Main-Sts. Y IC Xt M ? : Pujv.(1>V mail, jwyablo in advance,> $5,00 r.v the Week, (payable to the'Carrk-ra,)....... 10 Til-Wtekly, (per year, payable in advance.) 3,00 Advertising done 011 reasonable terms. All advertisement* from a distance, or from transient city customers, most l?e paid in advance. INSURANCE. al&emarle INSURANCE CO. OF CIIAlt LOTT8V IL1J5, VA. Capital... *400.000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh. pa. Capital $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co. OK IIARRISBUBG, PA. .$.*500,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OK PHILADELPHIA, PA. .?000.000 '111152 above Companies haviugappointed the tinder X *igued their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Companies are well known to befirstclas* offices. All lo**e? proffiptly adjusted^ N.C. ARTHUR, Agt. fobS?ly Office over the Dank of Wheeling. Choice First Cla...

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. — 21 April 1860

tfffj CAMPBELL <& M'DERMOT, EDITORS AKD PROPRIETOR*. TKRM8-?Dailt. delivered in city, per week* 10 cents Dailt, by mail, in advance. $&0? Tt?I-Wxexlt. by mail, in advance^ !U?0 WxxxLT.by mail, in advance^ 1,00 W H EELI N a : Saturday Morning, April 21, I860. Call -for the Wheeling RepnbHcait Convent lon? ' All citizens of Virginia who are trilling to co-oper >to iu the bnpport of candidates for President ami ' Vice President opposed to the corrupt policy of tho present Administration; to Federal-corruption ami usurpation; to the extension of Slavery in the Terri tories; to the new and dangerous :political doctrine, that the Constitution, of its own force, carries Slavery Into all tjxe Territories of the United State*; to the re-opening of the African Blare Trade; to any In ?quality of rights among citlzenr, and who are in favor of tho immediate admission of Kansas Into the Union, under the constitution recently adopted by its people; of restoring the Federal Administra...

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. — 21 April 1860

fliuiti gntfltijffiuct .Largest Circulation of any Paper in " " "western Virginia. ft# s^arday Moriiing, April 21,1860^ Heinpiield: Rail Road. . viit \ KK\V days, uxtii. tiie damages by n the Into freslict arc repaiied, passengers and , trill bo taken out by Omnibussea nine miles, f aliich point tho trains are running to Washing For ticket* to all points apply ap uaual at tho froai which the Omnibuses' will start at 3 W'.Wlr. D. BURTON, ipic-1*' Superintendent. Republican CIulj. .trine regular semi-monthly meeting of the c jSblicau Club will bo held to-morrow (Saturday) eretliOKat their quarters, in Hornbrook'a Ilall. A nil! aliioiaace 1* deslml. 1 K. M. NORTON. President. II, t\ KI.ESIIER. Secretary. ap20-2t gi^-Losr I.ovk Letter. Yesterday morning a neatly, but plainly dressed and prepossessiffg young girl, about sweet six teen. was coining ti[> Market street, slowly, with her bright black eyes intently bent upon the contents of a gilt edged :ind highly perfumed letter, wliicli...

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. — 21 April 1860

ailg gttMUgcttcei\ Slacnnlay. Sir Edward Bulwer Lylton'd Parliamen tary Poem of "St. Stepneii's, now appear ing by installments in Blackwood's Maga zine, is to be republished in a sepemi form by lUe Messrs. Blackwood. Hemakc the following reference to Macaulay in tb March number of that work: - Not thu* Macaulay; in that gorgeous mind .Color and warmth the genial light combined: Learning but glowed Into his large discourse. To heat its mats* and vivify its furce. The effects he studied by tho words irero inado, ".More than the art with which the words were said. ' Perhaps ho great an <?rator was no'er So little or an actor; half the care Giv'rt to the speaking which ho guvo the speech Had raised his height beyond till living reach; Ev'n as it was, a master's j>ower he proved In the three tests?he taught, hejeharui'd, he move*'. Few compass one; whate'er their faults may be, Oreat orators alone achieve the three. Best in his youth, when strength grew doubly strong, As tho swift...

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. — 23 April 1860

VOLUME 8 WHEELING, VA.,MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1860 NUMBER ?208. Ltf ; " pl'tlSTBD AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ,xTF.H'IfiESCER Bcamscs, V. Kcarntr '?/ (Jnincii ajid .l/uiii-.vfa. T K li At S : (1.V ?? advance,* M ll.c U ., k. (r 'V.O.l.- I" ^ 1? ?jyiAVi ekly. (per J'?1'-1"."'-*1'10 iu advance.) n0? J5J- Advertising done on reasonable terms, ml ;iilvi-rti-enieiitx from a distance, or from transient ' lU9l.,niers. must be paid in advance. " =1 NSU RANGE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OK CUAHI.'/rTSVILLK, yA- Jiooooo Capita Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK .-ITTSBOKGH. 1>A. ^ ^ Capital Commonwealth Insurance Co, -OF HAHKISBURG, PA. j.m000 Capital Quaker City Insurance Co. OK JMI1LAP1CI.PUIA, PA; Capital.. ai.ovu Coinpauios liaviligappoinled Choice First Class Insurance ? is T II e - MO 150 ?ia ?nAKTKIl PliKPFTOAL. si. Capital $1,000,000. ubwlute n??d uuiuipaJro-l. "" r , 5TBI-l.O8OFii0C.3Sl S8. Andtl,o,,r.Xof3S years sticrw. and expenenc. A Butts, Jnnwarj' li 1858. On,!, in b...

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. — 23 April 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS A^I> PROPRIETORS. TEBMg.?Bailt. delivered in city, per week. 10 cent* Daily, by mail, in advance^ H*.00 Tu-Wzeelt* by mail, in advance^ 3,00 Weexlt. by mail, in advance^ 1,00 W H E E L I X G : Monday Morning, April 23,1860. Call tar the Wheeling Republican Con-rent ion. All dtisw* of Virginia who are willing to ce-oper at* in tfc*' support of candidates for President and vice President opposed to the corrupt policy cf th~ present Administration; to federal corruption and usurpation: to the extension of Slaver* in the Terri torier, to the new mad dangerous political doctrin", that the Constitution, of its own force. carries SJarery ink? ell tjse Territories of the United Statec jo the re-open:ng of the African glare Trade; to any in equality of rights among citizens; and who are in taror of the immediate admission of Ka?a? into the Union, under the constitution recently adopted by its people; of r*r?toring the Federal Administration to a system of ...

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. — 23 April 1860

V>. Iiargosfc Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, -?ai Monday Morning Ap il 23,1860 Hempfield Rail Road. 1-*0R A HEW DAYS, UNTIL TIIE DAMAGES BY * tho l>,le freshet arc repaired, pu.'sengurti und rnjtil-* will be taken out by Omnibuses nine mile*, from which point the traiiid arc running to Washing ton. J?"r ticket* to all points apply hs usual at the Depot, from which the Oiuuibus->i:h will start at li fc). M. .lailv. W. D. 1KJRXOX, ajilO-lw Superintendent. Trial op Jacob S. Harden.?The trial of Jacob S. Harden, who was ai reiteil uear Fairmont, about a year ago, by Mr. Wright, ami officer Hawley, of this city, charged^ with the poisoning of hi? wife, is now going on at Belvidere, .New Jersey. The trial is exciting a great interest. Ofticer Iia.wley, of this city, is now present as a witness. Hardeu is only twenty-three years of age and was a Meth odist exhorter. From the reported pro ceedings in the ease, wc leant that he be came a colporteur and preached at dif...

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. — 23 April 1860

aito ? ttielligenccr. In Memorlam. Vp in the steeple tipped with fold The dreary midnighs bell* have tolled: And the ?pecrer like clonic go flitting 1?y, While the echoes dying.?*y ?thej die ~ Tl* gone! *tia goner" " *Ti? gone. 'tis gone." the thooehtle* <baat, -The new year*# in?the old rear? ont Bat ah! there are many who say, with a eigh. With the bended head aid with tearfhl eye, - Hi gone! 'tis gone !** *-T?? gone:" the pale moon saileth by. 80 lar from earth, so ne*r the sky; And the steeple's shadow mores o'er the sod Where the chiseled ai&rble aaith. HJwe to God !** Gone, oh! gone G^ne. oh! gone: and the bells that tolled Vp in the steeple tipped with gold. Woke a broken heart from a troubled sleep To LAd thin hand*, and to whisper and weep, -Tisgone! lis gonad" Gone, O God! and old Sexton Time. Who rang just now the dead year's chime. Wrote its name on onr hearts with iron hand, With a vanished one's in the silent land? Gone, oh! gone. Gone, and onr hearts buried the...

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. — 24 April 1860

NUMBER *209 VOLUME 8 WHEELING. YA? TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 24. I860 PRINTED AND PCRLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ITKI/8l(5RXCICR. HmLDINCiS, y. A', corner <>%f attff Main-Sis. T K UM S: Ifeulv. ipy Mai!; payable in adraiiC*?.l-~. $5.00 1;y the Week, fpayablr to the Carriers,^ 10 Tri-Wceklyj(per year,payable in advance.) .3,00 jt*&~ Advertising dune ou reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from tranHient city customers, must be paid iu advance. INSURANCE . ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO, OK Oil A KJLOTTS V1LL E. VA. C \ PtTAL $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OS- 1'ITTSIlURGir, PA. Cihival $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co. OK HARRISRURO. PA. Capit\L .. $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA. TA. Cypitu. $600,000 fllUE above Companies havinpappointed the under L signed their Agent for "Wheeling, and *Icinit3*, would respect fully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Companies arc well known to be first class offices. All Ionic* promptly ad...

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. — 24 April 1860

u if ttteUigt ttfu "CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, lj~ EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Dailt. ddlver^l in city, per week, 10 cei Daily, by xdaII, in advance,. J$t> Tki-Weilt, by mail, in advance- 3 ? Wraa.T,by mail, in advance^... 1. ?? W HE E L I N G : Tuesday Morning, April 24, I860. Call for the Wheeling Republics Convention. All citizens of .Virginia who asp willing to co-op* ? r~- ate In the support of candidates for President a 1Vice President opposed to* the corrnpt policy of t present Administration; to Federal corruption a . usurpation; to the extension of Slavery in the Ter tories; to the. new and dangerous political doctrii that the Constitution, of its own force, carries Slave into all the Territories of the United States; to t - re-opening of the AfHcan Slave Trade; to any i 'I equality of right* among citizens: and who are favor of the immediate admission of Kansas into t Union, under the confutation recently adopted I its people; of restoring the Federal Administration ....

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. — 24 April 1860

x:?; Largest C roulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Tuesday Morning, April 24, I860 Examination and Exhibition. f I1HE ANNUAL EXAMINATION OF THE WIIEE I LINO Classical Academy will take place on Thursday und Friday, the 2f?th and 27th fust., at the Schoolroom in the old Post Office Bl<?ck. and adjoin Ing the Hall recently occupied by the Odd Fellows Tii? attendance of jKirentn and relative* of the schol ars i$ particularly requested. The exhibition of the Literary Societies on Friday tveQtn? at 7}? o'clock. Exercises consisting of D^lamationa, Original Orationn and Debates, ftc. f},r public are geuerally invited to attend. ?r.24 II. W. HARDING. ^^f-Tiir. sale of real estate by the Caldwell Brothers, advertised in this pa-' per. will positively take place to-day.? Those who wish to purchase, should not fail to be present. JB&^Tiik caiis are again running regu larly upon the IMttdfyurgh and Cleveland railroad. The damages by the flood have ail been repaired in an incredi...

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. — 24 April 1860

itilflfttteHigeufcr. The Return from the Pic-Nic. Rest on jour osr*; and let us float. Slowly down at the wayward will Of the rippling stream. Hush! hush! the note Of the nightingale with its passionate thrill, Half joy, half pain. Like the plaint of a lover, who sues In rain. Yet hopes, as he sees those tell-talo blushes, Throbs in the dewy air. as again And ag tin the flood of melody gushes, . - And floats around. My Evelyn! Melt* your heart at the sound? Closer she nestles to my aide. When I.tried to take her hand she frowned But now the taper fingers elide From under her shawl. Into my palm they coyly tall, And the pressure I gave them but serves a smile Unto her fair yonng face to call, Kv'n while she feigns with innocent guile To shrink away. Too timid still to dare display The wealth of her lore to my eager eyos, Balmy .and soft as the breeze of May, Her virgin lips are breathing sighs . i Again and again; Sighs i j) which is no trace of p\ln. But 4 frighten'd pleasure, a swe...

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. — 25 April 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 25. 1860. NUMBER 210. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, I!VTELLI(SEBTCER I?UILDEVGS, A". /??*. cr-ntrr cf Qiuncy and Main-Sts. T 35 RMS: Rally,niy mall; payable in advance,)? $5,00 By the Week, ('payable to the Carrier*,) 10 Tri-Weckly,Vpcryear?p;ivable in advance,) 3,00 ifi?~ A dvertlsifig done on reasonable forms. All advertisements from a distance, orfroui transient city customers, must bo paid i:i advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CIT A11LOUTS VI LLE, VA. CM'IT XL ?400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. oy Pittsburgh, pa. Capitil $300,000 Commonweal Insurance Co, OF IIAERISBUBG, PA. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA. PA. OiriT.it $500,000 flMlK above Companies havin/rappointed the under JL -igned tbc:r Agent for Wheeling, ami vicinity, would wpeetfully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Companies are well known to be first class offices. AJ1 losses promptly adjusted. N.C.ARTHUR....

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. — 25 April 1860

? aitg ^ntelligenrrr CAMPBELL & XDEBXOT, iDiroas iss rsorxirroa*. teus^sist, bb'1.!3_ lie T*J-WnXlT- CT IjE^ vm. toy OH, n*s?<* 1 W H E E L I K G: WedaaaAsy Morning April 2W1880 c-u f JU, dB- *T*ga? ^ t filrS-5'r^-'- to Federal cnrr*!**0?. "J ?it a?bbe?- . ^ ^ gUTrrv xb tbe T*m nanrytioc: te th? ?Ocs?os of StTrr n ??t .,?.... toribc to tbe new ud daagerou flkbtkal dociriiie, tkit tseOwtttetioe. of its ow?6*y?. carries Sxrerj isk> aK tbe Twritunw of to* United 6u>c to the r?4peimv *f tbc African aU*e Tade; to ?et m ?naiit"^ rirfcta m.mnpp dtorac aad who *rt ta &rr a ?* Tsknu it* pw ? *T?f? tbe rights < ?very State u4 Territory tram uvm of preferring tb? iategriry of tbi* Uobs, a&d ti.e mprrmaer of the Ciostitatios utd L*? > peaked ia pemuwe tbereol arainat the cjzspincj cf the leaden of a aertionaj party In reaist the majority priadpletf esUUMted ia thia GorcrasKnt at tbe expeate of ita existence. are requested to raeet la the Crrr or WamiK. &t 10 o'clo...

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. — 25 April 1860

u? Largest C i'cuiation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "Ween ;s day Morning-, April 25, I860 igfef^-K.ULBOAD Disastkhs.?It seems that some parties, doubtless instigated by ma licious motives, have been deranging sev eral switches on the line of the Baltimore acd Ohio Railroad, which has induced the Company to increase their watchfulness, in order that the offenders may be arrested nod punished with all the severity of the Id\r. They may rest assured that the Com pany will spare no efforts in order to ac complish so desirable an object. A few nights since, whilst the Eastern stock train was passing at Flagg's Mill near Martins burg:, it was thrown off the track in conse quence of the deraugement of a switch.? Fortunately the engineer, fireman and brakesmen escaped injury of a serious character. The stock, however, consisting of hogs and sheep, was considerably slaughtered, ?t least 70 being killed imme diately. For a short time the road was blocked up. The engine was badly broken,...

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. — 25 April 1860

ailn JntcHigcncet. FOOTSTEPS. bt nzDEarc* z^och. Em ?c^bio? tapectrleatbe way Wui U?l9V gTNS aai threw* cf g/J, Aod. ma?ia* ja ih? bright. *iiii ray, Hj thvaghim are u of ctM_ Tber* U bo ?hadrw is the air. Axrf tj-*T a fereexe ?ao?. m I wait, M/ kip; oiif c:.ttn a* beta, t'sat there . Art ^u:epi x: the jur, Xkbt ?>3*9te?? ti?t aball ejroeaftd pace. Ice old vara ytriee; *?i? *?**^1 T<* Ue*r tbea aa3 t> ?e esr ??ce I wait-tod u it ma' A I'M*. ?ir*sse roa.2 roar! reach IhJM fefti, 6a ow aai ret r> fir between; I utmifie. though I run. to gz*?c Tue i.i7*c is nii?ei Tbe twilirt.; 2a?* mbmr tbr Usi As-i trip:: anisic world h r-'-i'd In jt&dUtr fcfey. cf niaia. aad etra&d, lad cra^- *od sa?tle >-X WbZ* *? the psrpV ?hi3? aS"m^ T5?e pltftv?r <?f tb* ?tw. tH?>? foet Treai ?Si tike **j? of life, lai tbross 3fr heirt witi mc?zss? ***?*?; S*es4 ra that :h?: Lwi A l?x*trp frram th*- aeitis? j xt, Tbii t~ii# 'jf ?-lrnrrte? *_ad tear^ Ai*d j*rfact hi- at ia*t. Wfco not...

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. — 26 April 1860

VOLUME S WHEELING, VA.,THURSDAY MOANING, APRIL '26, I860. NUMBER ?211. ,'KINTIiI* ANI> I'UM?13IIKD liV c * MPBELL & M'DERMOT, 'nTK!.'.?!KX('BE nritniwcs, V t-tiaii r "f Quinc't unit .lAmi-.'Sr.v T K Iw ax 1 A".00 10 "... ,-i.v l?JT?W?* ?? ?*???*.>? Jr .,;, ,V?k.1.. in.-rarri.-r-.l?..-... ; \V?-eklv- U,el ?,'l'?HCO0 \ilrcrt i.-injr d?>ne 0,1 ritisoii.il?Ic terms. I N S U It A N C E ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. Of Oil A it 1/ ITTSV1 M.K. ^()Uj000 ClPlTAL.-.. Pennsylvania Insurance ?0. 01-,1'rrr.iKCit.ui. i'A. *300.000 Commonwealth Insurance Co. ?r HAKBisnrmi, i>a. ClPlTAL Quaker City Insurance Co. "v $.^00,000 ctiolce First Class Insurance ? in Tin: v , iiaKTKK I'KIU'FTCAL r- 1 -1 OOO.nOO. ubsolute a 1 ul unimpaired. ** , A riTHI'l.t * &?*>-> ??? .limitary 1, 1*38. Cull la Wt. A IVl"'*?4'" l,Y.,r',^'lU^KO?!S Cu-h in trail: it ^ 1 A;Kt-',,4 Mo..-. .1.1" -V"r<?' b> 4-7.-,.; 42 ; 1J. ?1 i-jitati?.i::'u:ci?m*>er??l " 7 IX mil- majsket vvi.LT. I ]rv21toiul>...

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. — 26 April 1860

ailg ^utclligcuccr CAMPBELL& M'DEBMOT, KDITOE5 A5D PROPRIXTORS. TKRM?-?DjlILT, delivered in city, per *?L 10 f?itt Dact. by malL in advanoe, S&.00 T*i-Wn*LT, by mail. in ad va n-e. 2.00 VzziiT.by mail , inadnattr ? 1*00 W H E E L I X G : Than day Morning, April 26,1860 Call for the Whrcliuf Republican CoiiTentlon. All citizs^ of Virginia who are willing to oo-cper M? la the wipyort of candidate* for President and ?lee Pn-rident opposed to the corrupt policy of the present" Administration; to Federal corruption and msurpation: to the extension of Slavery in the Terri tories; to the new and dangerous political doctrine, that the Coostitatkm. of its own fere*. carries Slavery into all t??e Territories of the United States; to the re-opening of the African Hare Trade; to any in equality of rights among citizens; and who are in farm- of the immediate admiseion of Kansas in to the Union, under the constitution recently adopted by its people; of restoring the Federal Administration...

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. — 26 April 1860

3itiln ffiiteUigcnm c*7- Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, Thursday Morning. April 26, I860. ~ fpqfA DA.VCKUOL.S GAME Pi,AYIXG JOUN ];KuW>* is Vihgi.via.?The Poiut Pleasant , \'n.' Republican relates tlmt on the 4th i 11 St.. ,l lftrge ra^1 Put *nto Point Pleasant liArl-O.' for safety against a prevailing high wind. The crew seem to have been an enterprising one. and it was the first time jtjCv been in the Old Dominion, aud reJiiembcriug that John Brown had im juurtaUzed himself by surprising the citi zens of Harper's Ferry with twenty three xuen, the raftsmen concluded that they could certain!) take a small town like point Pleasant with seven. About mid night, therefore, armed with bludgeons and such other munitions of war as they could muster, and headed by a band con sisring of an old violin, a tin pan and pair uf bones, they sauntered forth in battle array. They marched about town for ?omu time, niuking night hideous with their music and savage yells. Embo...

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