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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 26 April 1860

Uailg gnteUigeiucr. A Dream ?f Summer. bt s. o. wHtrnrt. Blsod Mllifniaming'.? breath of Juimt. To* aoniL-vest breeze* play. A r>^ though it hxir tb* Wini?rf &t?o. Seem* warm a* Smnaj*?"# day. The suow-piumed angel of the north Hw dropped iiii icj Agliu iiw uKn<j esrtb k*ok? forth. Again the streams gush clear. The lux hi* hillside den format--. Th* mask-rat learep hi> ucofc The faloti bird is tLe EWkd*nr brakes I* singing with the brook. **Bear op, O. mother XatnreT err Bird, breeze and sti camlet free. Khrr winter roice* propbegy Of azuzuuer days to tbrt." 60 is thoee wioteiB of the ?ool, Br winter tiaats and drear, CTerawept from memory* Croaen polr. WiJJ raaur d??tf ?ppe*r. B?miof bop* and faith, they show The soul its bring powers. Aad bow. tvenexth th? winter's "tw Lie genu of rammer flowers. The night is mother of the day. The winter of the ??pring. And ever, upon old d&cay, The greeneet mime* cling: Behind the ciouc. the starlight lurk*: Through showers 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. — 27 April 1860

WHEELING, vJSfRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1S60 VOLUME S, NUMBER 212 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, i:;tklligexcer buildings, _V. tyyrner '-J' Qnincy and Maia-S's. TERMS: I)iilr.n?y mail. payable in ad van $5,00 By tiie Week, (jKiyalild to the Curriers,). 10 'irMVwkl.v, (per year,payable in advance.) 3,00 ti'ir Advertising don* on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. 'INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OK CHARLOTTSV1LLK, VA. c.u'jial $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. UK I'lTTSRUKGU, I'A. C Vl'ITAL $300,000 Commonweal Insurance Co. OF HAKKISBURG, PA. Cipital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OK PHILADELPHIA, PA. ClI'TTAL $500,000 riMlB above Companies havingappointed the under i nigned their Agent for Wheeling, mid vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Companies are well known to be first class offices. All losses promptly adjualed. N.C. ARTHUR. Agt. fel?5?ly...

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. — 27 April 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEXOT, EDITORS AJfD PKOPBIYTOBS. TERMS.?Daixt, delivered ic city, per w?c1l 1l? cents IfAiLT, by mail, in advance? Tu-Vtmi. by mail, inadvauce,? 3,00 Wzkklt, by owil, in advance^ 1,00 WH E E JL I N" O : Friday gorging, April 27,1860. Call for tkc Wheeling Repablleui Convention. All ?i tiaras of Virginia who are willing to co-oper ate in the support of candidate lor President and Vice President opposed to the cormpt policy of th# praaeoi Administration; to Pederal cormption and 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 ioto all the Territories of the United States; totlrf ra-epeuingof the African glare Tradee to any in ?qulitr of rights amonr citizenc and who are in iaror of ths immediate admission of Kansas into the Union, under the constitution recently adopted by its people!; of restoring the Federal Administration to a system of rigid economy,...

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. — 27 April 1860

Domkstic Difficulty.?Samuel White of Centre Wheeling, used to be nn? very intimate terms with a young woman Who has since become Mrs. Wells. Since the aforesaid young woman took the njaie'of Wells, she has very properly, in accordance with her Christian duty, im proved by the marital relation, manifested # disposition to throw off upon Samuel, that is to give bim the cold shoulder - y?uucl has a long while observed this disposition and without see.ng, or feeling Hs eminent, propriety, has still nursed^ wratli and kept.it warm, and Erinncd bore it like nu ox. 1 he other day, how ever. Samuel met Mrs. W. in the t.fth ward Market House. There was a vol cano iu > Samuel's breast. An eruption took nlace and he pitched into Mrs. ell , using her in a decidedly ungentle manner. Officer Pender apprehended Samuel, and be was lined before Aid. McCourtuey lie paid the fine and was going offcongratul. - ting himself upon his good '^k, when officer P. informed him that .lr. e , ( husband of th...

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. — 27 April 1860

ailn ?fnfrttigruccr. Tactinfi of Punch. The large picture in the last number is ?err clever. It is called "A Glimpse of the Future. [A Probable and Large Im portation of Foreign Bags.]'' And repre sents Louis Napoleon, the Pope and the Youthful Bomfea, just^landingat an English port from a foreign steamer. Thej are all three v*ry seedy and dilapidated?out at elbows, in tatters and looking glum exiles to perfection. But we think Punch does well to anticipate. It will hardly lire to wit ness such an "importation." Tbe follow ing poetry refers to it: REFUGEES AND RACE. Whit, Tyrants, do yon, ?wanting gag? Tor Britain's Prws. deny a- rajc*. Xa order that yoo m??. by dint Of paper famine. check oar print T Rags?ponder your resources well? Tod surelyhave enough to sell; For ronr policy creates. Chief produce of misgoverned states. Your rag- yon*ll own with ?rrlu? and shrug-, In jour bom a market rniut be drug*. Tour debarred froui um of type, Need paper but to light a pipe. Pursue, impove...

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. — 28 April 1860

PKTNTF-D 3WD" PUBLISHED BY - rAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, 1>tei.ligbxceu buildings, v y ?,rurr of t/uinnr ifnil Nain-St. 'V K R M S : ? ,,.r mi.il' payable "> .T*5^ rv .h. Week, (p?.v?M? <" the CarrUra.)...... _ ^ ^t.W(wUly,(P?r advance,) ? MrcrtWnj? done on reasonable terms. iH ,.lvcrllsenient? from adi-danco. or from transient cu.tomew, i"""' l" 1?M 1,1 n'lv!,nc"' 'IN S U RAN CE. /II.3EMARLE INSURANCE CO " OK cifARLOTTSVILLB, \ A. ^JjC, C I'M Pennsylvania Insurance Co. Of PITTSBURGH, PA. ,300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co. OF HAjir.iBBcno. l-A. CXP1T'L - Quaker City Insurance Co. OK PHILADELPHIA, PA. - * ' F" K ^T*?Cr"wn't CUoicc TIi# Class Insurance ? IK TUB ? v ^ nAltTEK PERPFTUAL. And the presttgoof as years snccws and experience, lujots, .Taunury 1, 1858. Casl. in hand * ? ileal Katata unincumbered 35.177 13 Bills Receivable market valce. 10J Hom|s6,7 i 10 P?"t Interest,nunuaUy^lW,000 00 CI,7 Sliares Itail QotulSttck, *o""c? "*ir " * l '*2^0 00 M ~ Com^t Ri-r Co.Stock.......

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. — 28 April 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS ASD PBOPBTETOEE. TKRMR.?DailT; delivered in at jr. per 10 cer r XkAEt-x. by maJL ic advance &.? Zu-VmLT. by mail, in advance, S. "Wrrxr.T. by mail. in 1. W H E E L I N C : Saturday Morning-. April 28,1860. ?mll tk> Wk*dla( BcpmUiM Convention- * All ajtif?i? of Virginia who are willing to co-ope. at* ia the support of candidate* for President a vk* Prsfidep: opposed 10 the corrupt policy of t' present Aimtoi?tr?tte to Federal corruption a*, usurpation; to the extension of Slavery in the Terr tone*; to the new and dangerous political doctriu that the Constitution, of its own fame, carries Bia*< into all the Torxitorieft of the United - Si*tee; to t> ra-oponiiv of the African Slave Trade; to any i equality of rights among citizens; and who are favor of the immediate adroiarion of Kanw into tl Union, under the constitution recently adopted ! its people; of restoring the Federal Administration a aynea of rigid economy, and to the jprinciplee ...

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. — 28 April 1860

ilailn f HtcHigenm Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "^0 Saturday Morning, April 28, I860. iTItBMGtOUS NOTIC E.?H,;v. TiT^7~* .Air. Sj>nrgrovo, will preach in the 2?1 l'res ? . riaii Church, on Sunday morning ut 1014 o'clock. ^ l in tl.c zoning at VA "'clock. Kngl'Hl1 Lutheran Service. r^-TiiprB will bo prcacliinx in the English lan I '?< atSM0'cI??^ ovqrjr Sabbath afternoon, fn tlic c."??iti >:?W?ltcal Lutli.ran ('liurch, Centre Wheel ? ji-c public are cordially invited to attend. * ,| jj^g-CiTV Council..?An adjourned mee linu- of the Cilv Council was held last evening- The special order was announc ed to be the consideration of the tax ordi nance for 1SC0. Ail ordinance similar to itie one of last year was offered. Before its passage, Mr. Forbes moved to increase the us upon billiard tablo3, ten dollars on I cacti table. Mr. Pannel anil Mr. Caldwell were op posed to any increase, expressing the opinion that the tax was already high enough, being fifty ...

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. — 28 April 1860

mlXxsgmix. Laying Down the Kingdom. IT J. K. 0*T05. 80 Thomas ia going to get married. To bring hone a bride, a young wif*, He haa said (i himself, and he nerer Deceived or joked aie in hia life. When William got married, it gave ma No thought of regret or aurpriae; For the boy eeemed just made for a woman? To lire in the light of her eyea. And when Clara waa wad to the Southron? Though Clara, my daughter, waa deer? And removed to the far Bappahannock, It cost but a sigh and a tow. But Thome*, my iUITand mj oldest, Seemed neverto care for the girls, So proud, like the oak. to surrender At laat to 00ft eyes and aoft curl*! Since John died?six years ago Christma?? Oar Thorn**?he'a always the same? With more than the strength of hie father Has stayed up the hou?r and the name. 1 never once thought he could marry. So kfngly, so firm, and so kind? Ah me! tears will come; they are needed; For my old eyes, indevd, mu*t be blind. He tell* me I'm getting so aged. I need m?re repose, more fre...

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. — 30 April 1860

WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 30. 1S60. VOLUME S. NUMBER PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, jXTiBLLIGBNCER ItriLDINGS, y. K. corner of Qtiincy and Main-Sit. TERMS: Duly, (by mail,payable in advance,)... $5.00 r.v the Week, (payable to the Carriers.). 10 Trl-Weekly, (per year, payable ia advance,) 3,00 ,?3-Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient cftr customers, rnnst bo paid in advance. 'INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANC'e CO. OF CIIA IiLOTTS VILLE, VA. Cirtr.lL, $190,000 Pennsylvania Insurance ?o. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. Capital $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF IIARBI3BURO, PA. 5300.000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. CvpitaL $500,000 rjHiE Above Companies havingapprdnted the undor L signed their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronajre of the public. Said Companies are well known to befirat class offices. All looses promptly adjusted. N.C.ARTHUR, Agt. feb5?Jy Off...

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. — 30 April 1860

Jjfailg gnttUigtntft "gAMpHlT&itdebmot, EDITORS AVX> rtOrEIXTOES. Dun. by ?*?nDV_-;;;v TM-Wnnx. tywfl. ^ W H B E ?. I N G : Monday Morning, April 30. I860. jkstssregScgSgS Tie. ppp???J to *>? nod torint to Sh? ?e""?dBtarery S?* or the toiled ???*; to tl.e toAo+n th* rrmu^rn^^ Tr?*e: to mny in citix?>c ?m> "ho *re >n "I?lrTJ of K?n?? into the t*var t?f the .7." 'vTr -^c-mtiy adopt rd l?y thiioa, tm&cr ***c Federal A?nifa?*?r*tiun to *ttTssja- ?f of prMOTTtae^? ^ J d j*?ed in ?P??? conspiracy of ,h" KSSw. ^Sowdp<??? to rwW the m?jnr,.> JSjSJTJi eet^lfabeTta tb? Oorernomt j^the ?xpeiiae erf it? ?i?tena Ciit nr ffnnust, at 1 the 2d day of Stay, I? iinlrf Mtabtfebed fa tbto Uovcrnmeni "" W^IIISSS JLS'SISnSie coodid??-for Prudent and V,? *"?*'"} ""^umKWJsVoi Hon. T. P. BLA.1R JEg^TSfJSSent rfiMm. the Convention. j News o> the Fiobi?Tbe great inter national fight has taken place, and the battle was a drawn one. Tbe news reach ed here Saturday morning by tele...

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. — 30 April 1860

g> uttliipttmj Largest Circulation of any Paper in . Western Virgi aia. *S? Monday Morning. April 30,1860. po?* .Sra(so Ao.vi*.?After a week of col?l weather, we aro having spring again. Outside of the city, the trues are putting ?in their handsome green robes, which will be embroidered Inter in the season, when ibcrc is more time to attend to it, and the birds are superintending the vernal dress making. Out of the fresh ground comas the jolly spring, dancing down the year, bringing flowers and promising fruit; dif fusing the odor of u oods and new-turned sods, leading in her train the eager farmers and the dainty city shepherdesses. Out of the heriditary curse (if winter is such) the earth springs into its annual blessings.? The wind comes from the south, the buds swell, and the leaves push against their bondage, tile brooks rejoice, everything breaks into thauksgiviug nt the uew birth. So, whether sin is original or acquired iu this blessed spring of 186T), we come out of our c...

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. — 30 April 1860

ailg gttteHigeticef. A Sea Dream. We sit in a silver boat. On a silver rolling sea. And the winds around us float. And the elonde aronnd ai fl?e. On the wings of molstest silver The clouds do fleet and flow, And they sink in thr argent splendor Of the moon's declining glow. They kiss the cold horizon With their silver-threaded lips. And shadow the trembling sea In a eilrer dn-k eclipse. And melt into vapoury nothing. Where the trees wave to and fro. And the blue sea huga the distance In the far horizon's glow. My lore hath a tongue of silver. And be talks of the romca white. Of the flowers, so fai r and fragrant, That gleam on a bridal night. They bloom in the bottomless sea, Where he will carry me soon, No more to ride on the billows. Or to gmze on the weird-like moon. But there with him forever. Where comes nor night nor day, We*J! wonder at willed pleasure, And frolic our life away. In the hulk of some old ship. Where the gurgling waters flow, Where the blood-red rnbiea shine, ln...

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. — 1 May 1860

VOLUME & NUMBER WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY }, 1S60. ?215. 'iwli in hand, .t IJt'[n)slt<s3 SlarlTdGO "ash i? transit ftmi Ageiil-jiiidii "106,^72 cj ?1 um-y due the Co.. securofiy Mortgage,... 5,418 Ot leal K?tnfc'uniticuml'eret|. 47.053 42 'INSTJRANC" ALBEMARLE iNSURAN OF CHAItLVTOSVILLE, V.l Pennsylvania Insura/e Co. OF I'lrrSBL'HUII. l'A.f OiPinl #... $300,000 | Commonwealth losuiie Co. OF IfAKTtlSJSURO, Vi ClPJIAl '/. $300,000 Quaker City Insawec Co. OF PHIL A DELPHI/'A. ? I CAPITAL r. $500,000 fpJIK above Companies having^hited the undcr 1 signed their Agent for WfHng, and vicinity, would respectfully illicit (lio pjjuftKO of the public. .S.tid Companies are well known p* ""t class offices. Ail I H-et promptly mljusted. f.ARTHUH. Agt. fc!>5?1 y (?ffice over th(A?k "T Wheeling. (?oirtriWrcWInsurance I \.?.J WJ ?fcAllTER PERPFTCAL. -rash Capital ?l.0G0,000bs?duto find unimpaired. \V. tftl A STrMLVBt $G0?.:187 88. Ami the prestige of liS ycvtuccess and experience...

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. — 1 May 1860

jfaiig ?nttlli%entt c ampbbll"& mdeemot, JCDXTOKJ AbD FKOFBIET9BS. TERMS.?Dailt, deliffwi is city, per reek, 10 cer Diar, by uult, iu tdnoee,. 16. TkMl nur. br niAll, in nJraoce, 3/ Wmir, by sail, inndracce^ 1, ~ W H E E L I K O : Tuesday Morning, May 1? ?.U fta U. B*yMbU" poUeyrf ?* 2?miKAdSalrtrttion; to '?d?TaJ Sanction: to tba nunlni of 8u*'77,Jf, toriwTtollu tr? and daayroM poeticaljt<gtnit that lb* ConrtBrnton. of It.own iato all tba T?rMorfM ofth.'?? rt-??e*ii>C of Ih. Africa gl*r. Trade ??I ? ,i!?v ?/ tirfaU i/ffnwr citiieoc *od wi*o ?.r . rrrfTj?. of Kim h> u- u kZ^KtbLoTrnUxinx tb. F~Wr?l AdminWrrtoo r!S%S5o?ny, >ixl to tb? pftndl** wZhtarton 2Sl leStrW of mainUimn* iarjol. tlurfxfcu^f "? 8toIea' **wl tat *oU ' ^ " c txt- aad Territory Iron !**>?** ioiuion; u 5^i?S??^b. SS1p?T ? ?**? Cnion. ?rfj11 of the OoMitBtion and LA" P*""1' S?o? thereof, aguM tk. '?'[J." Gdersofs mcUooi! perty to rt^urt the B^wlt. principle m eiUblisbed in thto Gorernmect ai the ?z...

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. — 1 May 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virgi nia. - <iA Tuesday Morning, May 1^1860^_ ^-TUB German Uiv(.kmen. otherwise rdmpat-y 15.. was out 011 parade, yesterday. As usual, they looked and performed well. jgy-yKgTKnnAY was a bright, beautiful day with all (lie warmth of the middle of Mav. The buds and grass blades .shot ?ut from the earth, trees, and shrubs more than they bail dared for a week. jQf Apolobktic.?We owe an apology to the author of a communication signed ?'li Pluribiis Uiiuni.,? It was mislaid and we have not been able to put our bauds on ' it as vet. _ Appointment.?Mr. X. C. Arthurbas been appointed agent of the jKtua Insu rance Company, in place of Mr S. P. Ilil dreth, the latter gentleman having become interested in a new home Company. figg^-KiHK is Hktiianv.?We learn that a valuable baru was burned in or uear Beth any, early Sunday morning. The barn con tained four horses, all of which were burned alive. The owner, whose name we did not heur, was in town y...

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. — 1 May 1860

gailjr gutrlligcnccr. JP re melt and Esflisk Bran lie#. BT NICHOLAS 3IICHKLL. Tripimii gently, trippia^ lightly. Little Uf.'t that wakes n ? ^nnt Glancing keenly. cia.uciug bri^htlj Ob each dear JotmJ oiyect ronaJ l"ignre jetty treaae*. Fillets mlgti? be pruiid to Mat Kye tbat and expwJM AU the active, joyous mine. ! with life, nod ever naiiii^. Cheerful star mid sorrows night, From her bosom cart exiting. Mere existence a delifLi. "With no deep thought* spirit-laden. Yet mj?t rich in laacr'i fire; Bncfc ie UaliiaV iicbi-*->">nled xnaiien. * Btin: no: prah-cr?tore, a^rmlre. Saxon beauty! on my dreaming. Pcaiive. radiant visions roc." Moriag proudly, yet rtill seeming Mild of mien with iove-eofk eyes. There she lean*?faint blushing roaes, 5ufSe< liut*from mr-Tiing caught: Tint her cheek, where calsi repusee; fanx?:h that brow?the throne of thought. Plainly ciawic. richly shining. Back is drawn the dark brtiwn liair; A* the moon with silver lining. Make* at ere fair clouds mo...

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. — 2 May 1860

VOLUME 8 N UMBER WHEELING, WEDNESDAY ^OUXING, MAY -216, PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, l.\TBLLIGEyCKR BHLDIXGS, .V. I'., corner '-f Quincy out: JJctfu-S f. T 11 I\ I ? - Dully.(by mail. payable in advance.). $5,00 By the Week. (payable to the Curriers.). 10 Tri-Weekly, (peryear,payable in advance.) 3,00 ^-Advertising done on reafionable terms. All advertisementsfrom a distance,orfrom transient city customers, must be paid in advance. "iNSURANCE~ ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO, OF CHARLOlTSVILLE. YA. CAWTAi $100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK PITTSBURGH. PA. Capital $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF HAERISRUEG. PA. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA. PA. Cifital $500,000 riMIE above Companies liavingappointod the undor X signed their Agent for Wheeling, and Vicinity, would resjieut fully solicit the'patronage of the public. H.iidC>m prunes are well known to be flr-?t class offices. All losses promptly adjusted. N.C. ARTHUR. Agt. fel>5?...

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. — 2 May 1860

ailg UttteUigeiuM CAMPBELL & M'DEE.it0T, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TKRM3.?Dult, delivers! Is city, per week, 10 cenl* Dittr, by mail, la advance... j&.GO Tki-Wsztxt, by mail. In advance^ :t,00 WiniT, by mail, in advance,. 1,00 W H EEL I N O: 'Wednesday Morning- May 2, 1860, Ik Tow*.?Dan Morris, the plucky edi tor of the Prnntytown (Taylor Connty) Visitor, is in town. Mr. Morris is a good writer, and we believe is a good man, and considering both the abiiitr and the liber ality of hia excellent paper, it ought to find many subscribers in this county. Gestlekzs or the Press.?Several gen tlemen of the Press, we notice, are in j town, among whom are Mr. Fay, of the St. Louis Democrat, Mr. Binmore, of the Cin cinnati Gazette, Mr. Morris, of the Prnnty town Visitor, and Mr. Kauffinnn, of the Zanesville Courier. We doubt not there are others also, and If they will report themselves at oar office, we shall be happy to extend them any conr'esies in our power. THE SPEAKERS, Who will ad...

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. — 2 May 1860

;5aUw fnttlligciwrr Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, "u? j Wednesday Morning. May 2, 1860. Public Speaking At the Athenaeum will commence this | afternoon at 2 o'clock. Ample seats have been provided for the ladies and their es corts, and a cordial invitation is extended to them. The speaking in the evoning will commence at 7. E0fS?Ax Ukowxed!?Whilst tbe Albe maile was making a landing at Dotwiler's Mills, yesterday morning, a man whose name we did not learn, fell overboard and was drowned. Bfc3""A woman, cither drunk or crazy, or both, went about the city yesterday talking in a violent manner and rendering herself very arraying. Sheattractedgre.it attention, being rather respectable in ap pearance and anything but ill-looking. ?QyCERiAix parts of dead hogs are very good, very essential and very sweet things, particularly cured hams, pickled shoulders or even a little bit of flitcli, but when per mitted to remain in the streets or by-ways until they become intol...

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