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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 2 May 1860

ailg IfttteUigcttccr. A BATTLE HTK!f. U HOSOR OF SIX. JOBS BEES**. ffho appeared in a Tiftirty-Seven Act Farce as the Lion Tawur. THIS ODE IS WBXTTEjr. Hail! nzzsxy. haiU Thou mighty Matcle K in Lord of tbe Cestu*. nvrawrh of the Ring: Thine arm thj sceptre. and thy strength thy crown? Before whose might tbe Lion went humbly down. Behold, a bardling crave* permit to sing ? paean in thy praise, a rhyme to thy renown. Bcrtcu Mor?who hence dare call the Bor? Quick tell thy friends, that all may share thy joy, The deed* that thou bait done; For see. Columbia come* with ready grace To bind thy brow-j, to kiss thy battered 2ac?, And clain the# a* h?r son. Stand up and antven did*t thou then Beard England's lion in his den, And dire him in hie pride; And did'st thou fight him forty bouts, And pat him through a -eooiw of ?prouU," And -tan" his tawny "hide!*" Come, Heesax, boy, Tell hew tbe hours of battle flew. And men and mai?s and matrons, too ?hall puLtir round tbe teller. Hay. did'st th...

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. — 3 May 1860

VOLUME 8 NUMBER WHEELING, VA..THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 3. I860 217. plllNTKI) AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & BTDERMOT, 1STK1LIGBNCER BriLDI.VGS, V. K. corner of Q.uiucu and HairiS t. 1* E 1* 31 S : Daily* fl>y mail, payable in advance.*.? -$5.00 By tbf fffk. (payable to tho Carrier*.). 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance.) 3.00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CIIARLOTT3VILLE, VA. Capital. $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. Or PITTSBURGH, PA. Capital $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co. OF HARRISBURG. PA. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital $500,000 f f^IIE above Companies havingappolnted the under JL signed their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Companies are well known to be first class offices. All losses promptly adjusted. N.C.ARTHUR. Agt...

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. — 3 May 1860

ailg <g utciligf utcx CAMPBELL &?'DERMOT, EDITORS AKD PROPRIETORS. ? i IHRMfl.?Daily, d?llv?r*d In city, per week, 10 centii Dailt, by mail, in tdnnce. ^5,00 ? Tu*WiniT, bjr mail, iaadnnce^ 3,00 i Wezxlt, by mill,-in advance* l,0o ? W ? E B iTl N oT ~ Thorsday Morning, May 3, I860 ~ the cohtbstiom. The Contention yesterday wag the com- t pletest of all complete successes. It snr- i passed toto cxlo, the most sangnlne expec- { tations of its most ardent friends. Every I district in the State, hut one, was repre sented, and in point of number, intelli gence, worth, enthusiasm and everything that goes to make up an imposing and re spectable assemblage, the Convention of yesterday never was equalled in Western ; Virginia It was a subject of general remark, even : by those who were not participants in the i Convention, nor in any way identified with | it, that they had never seen a finer looking body of men assembled than those who sat in the parquette of the Athenteum building ye...

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. — 3 May 1860

~ .qs-Extua Copies.?We print this morn ing quite a large number of extra copies of the Intelligencer, and can supply all de mands. i m i offi?TBg Weekly Intklligehceh will be printed to-dny. It contains a large quautity of miscellaneous, and highly in teresting news matter. Only five ccnts a copy or one dollar a yean ggy-Lr.cTUBK.-A Lecture on the subject of education will be delivered in the Ger man Church, E.st Wheeling, this evening ?t 7 o'clock, J. H. Day and Chas. E. Berg cr. The object is the establishment of a German-English Institute. The public are respectfully invited to attend. jgy-SiijiT Up.?A negro woman named Emily Thompson was up before Aid. Wright, yesterday morning, charged with raising a row among her colored acquain tances. She is a poor emaciated creature, a hopeless invalid, and the Alderman sent her to jail until such time as she can be removed to the poor house or somewhere el3?- \ jgy-TiiB Time Abbived.?People who^ are posted in the matter, inform us that now...

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. — 3 May 1860

SMITH'S WHEELING ALES In Wood and 6lm??. Mr CUSTOMERS, AND TUB PUBLIC GENBR ALLY, arc respectfully Informed to it for the purpose at concentrating all my attentlen and rj*?nr? ie. Subit Brewery. JUlt-Hoo^, Ac, in thisictty,, X hire eold my Pittsburgh Brewery to Meeer*. Flemioe Ttanktog my numerous customers in *11 the eoontry for their patronage. I deatre to "J?" them thxt X continue to j^tmt^lure tho?~ Sine SJunnalgne. Kennett, Pale, and B.tt? bare heretofore been produced ?rf n,i"1i "ht^ ^ tablishiaent, and which bare acquired ?o high a repu tation tor purity and general excellraoe. I hare creatly enlarged tho buttling department, which W now^n a high state ot ^ftctir.tl in.i capl Ma of (applying the sast damaud lot the celebrated "^XTorderi fcn-'any^f^the* product* mint hereafter bedlr?wd M meat -Wheeling. Vn,~ where they ^l^^^hedwi^mptn^iTH ? W. c WtMBT. BAKEE & WHIGHT, TTholesale Dealers in Tobacco, Snuff & Segars HO. 5? MAI* STREET, apt,*39?ly WnBELIKG. TA. JOHN T. LAK...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 May 1860

NUMBER WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 4, iSGO. VOLUME 8, 2 IS. p-UNTLD AND PUWJSIJED EY CAMPBELL & EPDERBIOT ISTEI?MGBNCEU .V. rv/r.-rr />/* Quincy and 3Ia?n-S'!. rr E K. M S : I)al!v.i l>v nv:iJ, payable in a Iran $5.0 };v the Week, (payable to the Carriers^).- 1' Trr-WcBkly, (per year, iK?yal?Jc in ?i vance.) 3.0 /gr-Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from trnnsiea city customer*, must be j>ald iu advance. INSURANCE. ALB EM ABLE INSURANCE 00, OK OIIARLOTTdVILLE, VA. Capita!., $i0C.0C< Pennsylvania Insurance Co. of r.-Tr .auROir, pa. Cxvzrxi $300,COf! CommonweailS) Insurance Co, Of I! YKRT.SDUItO, PA. Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA; Cx $500,000 fl^IIE ab*>ve Companion havinuappointed tho uuder X. sd^'ied AgAiit for Wheeling, and vicinity, would rcjpectfully Holiclt the patronage of the public. Said Companies arc well k:? awn to be fir^tclard offices. All los?? promptly;? l,: i.-t ?d. N\C. ARTHUR. Agt. f...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 May 1860

? atlg fwttHigcttfft CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, j EDITORS AM) PROPRIETORS. TKR.MS.?Dailt, deliver*^ in cily, I>rr *?k. 1" 2?" D/UIT, by mall. In advancc- -W.J" Tiu-Wemi.t. hy mail, in a<lvane?- a.jw , WrKLT.by mail, in advance., 1,"" . ^ ~ W H E EL IN'G: Friday Morning. May 4, 1860. Ybstbeday afternoon fff published an extra, announcing that the Charleston j Democratic Convention had adjourned orer to Baltimore, without making a nom ination. This was surprising and unpre cedented news, and aa a step on the part of the Democracy, will, we think, be here after classed with those blunders set down by Talleyrand as being wotse than crimes. But what else could they do? There was not the remotest prospect of their being able to effect anything by staring at Charleston. One part of the couvention ?was in session in one part of the city, and another portion?the "rump," as it was called?was in session in another part. And thus divided, embittered and demor alized. what could they do but ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 May 1860

glaftg gmmigtmw Largest ^3i rouia'.ion of any Paper in v Western Virginia. Priday Morning:. May 4, 1860. "jp^OiTYCopscif..?An adjourned meet 'of the City Council was held last , i-eniug- I" ,l,e absence of "ie Ma?ori Mr. Brady was called to the Chair. Sometime was occupied in reading the minutes of previous meetings and ordi nances, during which the ilayor arrived and took the Chair. Mr. Jacob, from the Committee on Ordi nances. submitted au ordinance requiring nil persons who may have the streets dug up lor making gas pipe and water pipe ex tensions, A'c., to have liie same icpaired at their own expense, under the direction of tlm Street Commissioner. The ordinance was passed. On motion of Mr. Wilson, l)r. K. tlalley McCov was appointed a member of the ?Military Committee of the Fifth Ward. Mr. jacoii tailed up the ordinance as sessing taxes for ordinaries and coffee houses Considerable discussion ensued upon the establishment of some equitable sys tem of taxing coffee houses. Here...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 May 1860

[From the Atlantic Monthly.] The PUymate. pr JOBit a. wmmau Tbs pines were dark on Ramoth hill. Their xng wm soft and low; ' The bloraooi in the sweet May wind Were Hal ing like the raow. Th* blossoms drifted at our feet, The orchard birds sang clear; The swaetest and th? saddest day It aeemed of all the year. For more to me than birds or flowers, My playmate left her heme. And took with her the laughing spring. The made and the bloom. She kissed the lips of kith and kin, She laid her hand in mine; What more could ask the bashful boy Who fed her father's kine ? She left us In the bloom -?f Mar: The constant year* toJd oVr Tbeir seasons with as sweet Mar raaros, Bot she came back no more. I walk with noiseless feet, the round Of unereutfal years: Still o'er and o'er I tow the spring And reap the autumn ears. She lives where all the gulden year Her summer roses Mow; The dusky children of the ?r.a Before her come and go. There haply wish her jeweled hand# She smooths her siJk*-n gown.?...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 5 May 1860

VOLUME S. WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1SG0. NUMBER 2 i'iosTi.D and i'VUhisi!i:nby CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, l SI'BT'*-*<"? KXCK11 ?rxJ.-1>f \(? *, Kamfr of Ouiiity atyi Mmirt-Ss. i:jTC RMS: Daily-tTflT. m "l,p;i.vaLIu in Ativan:. >r $5,f?0 fcv t!:c vt'cck, ( jvtyitMe to tlie Chirm.?.). 10 3'rM>Vfck!y. (per year. jvyaWe in :?civinc9.). 0.00 Advertising done on re.-uonnbk: terina. All arhtrtifreOicnfs fj-6ni a distance or from transit; at cii.* customer, nnisl j.fiiu iu adv.icco. sr. -v t&u*!XBSK2*aK!Bnxxvn:iiiJBS2rrvrMS'r< v .? g w x<vv? INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CHAIiLOrt rVJLLE, VA. Capital I.. $400,000 Pennsylvania lusnraucc Co. OF PITT: 30KGII, PA. C a pit U ?:>K>,000 Commonweal insurance Co, OF UAItUlSUUttti. PA. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA. PA. Capital $500,000 ri'IIM :?bi?TOCompanies Imviujr appointed the under i signed their A.ron* for >V1jcellnc. :tn<l rlcinfty. vronld solicit flic pAtrmt...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 5 May 1860

|)?ilg jjtttclltgenttt CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, KDITOB8 AMD PBOFBIBTOBB. TKRMB.?Dim, delirec*d In city, per week* 10 cent* Daily, by man, la *dranoe~~ 46,00 Tu-Wiolt, by u?fl, inadrmaoa^.. 8,00 WratLY, by mail, laadranoer 1,00 WHEELING: ~ Batnrday Morning, May 5,1860. ' Ta? Address Read at the Cosvkstiox. We tee that a number of our cotempora rit* in (peaking of the Republican Con TebtioD here on Wednesday last, attribute th* address read on that occasion to one of the editor* of thi* paper. This is true only in a very (mail part. Tbe address substantially?that is in all its facts?and i to a very large extent, even in it* verbiage, was tbe work of Senator Caldwell. We tbe more readily offer this explana tion to onr cotemporaries because we look upon the addreu as a very able one, and one for which tbe anthor-in-cbu-f should receive dne credit. The mistake doubtless was made from tbe fact that the addres( was read by oue of the editor*, in bis capacity of Secretary to the Convention....

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 5 May 1860

ailff l?teUigemt Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. ~'i* Saturday Morning, May 5, I860. ""^Republican Club. ?F rkoblar skmi-monthlt mektiko of 'liiputilicatl Club will l?k<! plico thU rrta ?, lhc|r quarters, in HornlirookV Hall. Wg, nt tbcir qu.a. ?> M. NORTON, Prei't. U.C. M.ESHER, Sec'y. n'-'5 ?g?-TnE Sun was hotter yesterday than upon any previous day daring the present season. The shady side of the street was extensively patronized, while the sunny side was deserted. jjgfTiiE Stents.?We observe with pleasure that the streets damaged by the recent flood arc being speedily repaired by the efficient Commissioner. This is as it should be. for there were some, and are still many bud' holes and ugly places throughout nil the lower part3 of the city. {25?Cos-30la.t!os\ Anyhow.?If this sort of weather is fatal to fruit and early vege tables, it is just the thing for grass and wheat. The former, during the week hns grown at a rate almost reckless. To hor ses and people g...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 5 May 1860

iMeiupnfr?r. S1.3,- . === [Front the lermaa of OTTILIA. Tn treacherous <1renmo I win my youth again; _ ^Itis the country-Louie that crown* the hill ? * J .1 And down the winding path that the plain, I joyous wander with Ottilia ntitl. How blithe her blobrainj? countenance! Her sweet Bine eye with merry malice t winkling ehinej. And firmly stauds she on her little feet. And strength with symmetry of frame combine*. The accent of bar voice to true arid tender, fiercalicg erary secret ofber mood; And keenest wit, Illumined with fancy's splendor, Darts from the month that seems a damask bud. 'Tis not the net of fjlly that ensnares me; I wander ^cot; my reason firmly stands! The ?peil ?-f her whole being 'tis that bears me With quivering lips to press her anowy hands. lie thinks at length I stoop and pluck & lily, And giving it 1 tremble, and breathfl 1 w: Give me thy heart and hand, ray sweet Ottilia, That I may be as biett and good as thou! Her answer must rt maln unompreberide-...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 May 1860

VOLUME S WHEELING, VA., MONDAY -MORNTXG, MAY 7, I860 NUMBE?-?20. fKI.XTKD AND PUm.RfllED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLIGEA'CEU IJtlLDLVftS, y. K. or iff of Qm'iici/ and Ifoin-Ss. rV K T* M s : p tHr.' I'y aitil- payable in advaiiw,).,.i.;.A j". v the Week.! i*ay?lde t<? the Carrier*.^ it) Ti,-Wctkly,?'p*r:/ear-in :k1vauco.)......... 5.00 Advertising d->neon r?wop?llc tortus. A I! .idrertfrenicnta from a distance, orfnciii transient city customer*, must b<* paid i? advance. 'INSURANCE ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO, oirtmcZBLOTTSvux^ va. Capital... ;.$40%00C Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PnTSCCiiGII, PA. CaPIT iL ~ $300, OOC Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF HARRISDLSG. PA. Capital ~ $300,000 Quaker lily Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital - $500,000 myu ahove Companies having appointed the under | ?i?ned their Agent fjr Wheeling. and vicinity, wul! respect fullysolicit the patronage of the public, said Companies are well known to be first class oflicc3. AilI)?ses promptly a...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 May 1860

jgfliliJ Kutclligetucr CAMPBELL & H'DEBMOT, EDITORS AVD PROPRIETORS. THK3U.?Dailt, dillnml is city, per mk, 10 cenlj Dailt, by lain, la advance- ?*&.?> Tu-Wtmr, by man, in RdrwA- 3.00 WiMlT.ky mill, Inldiinn. 1<99 W H E B L I N G : Monday Morning, May 7.1860. Erratum.?Instead of the words "ut terly indefeasible," ending onr editorial on Saturday last, it ahonld hare read, utterly indefensible. Adttcts per the Steamer Cansda.'in to day's telegraph, state "that lleenan aud Sayers are to fight again as soon as they hare sufficiently recovered from their in juries. It seems by the despatch which we pub lish from Augusta, Ga., that the Democ racy of tbnt State consider' themselves . bound to hold a fresh election to select delegates to the Democratic Convention in Baltimore. If Georgia should do this throughout the State the seceders must consider themselves right severely re buked. CwdlUtn of Wheeling Creek. Wr have already called attention to the J condition of Wheeling C...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 May 1860

fait]) jfntfUigrntrv r?7Largest Circulation ol' any Paper in Western Virginia. 'S3 ''Monday Morning^May ^1860^ C?""''ITV Council.?An adjourned inect in,TOfiiicCity Councilwaslield on S.tturday evcnin". The special order was announced to be tbe consideration of the liquor li cense question. Mr .lacob submitted nn ordinance pro nosing a radical change in tlie whole sys tem. Instead of taxing cottee bouses as heretofore, according to rental value, the ordinance proposes to (trade and classify the same, so that the Council, in passing upon petitions may decide upon the grade ua it may deem ju3t eq"'1"1'10 Mr. Jacob moved the passage of the or dinancc. Mr. Sweeney proposed the following substitute : TImt applications to the Council for li cense to keep nil Ordinary or Coffee House of the first or of the second class, shall be accompanied by a statement of the person or one of the firm, if a firm, making such Application, which shall be under oath and so certified, and shall state the amo...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 May 1860

Jpilg IfiiielUgcjicct. Mr ? vreethcart'* Grave. ?. ____ BT GEORSE W. KSC1T. With mj heart fall of tears and ray hopes chilled by fears. ' By the side of tor sweetheart I knelt. And I uttered a prayer, for her spirit was there, And the dew wept the grief which I felt. Then the winds wore a shroud, from a funeral cloud. 1 Betwixt me and the bright stars above.^{ And the form in it* fold, like the one under mould. Was the form of the angel I lore. Would that I were a star, in the bright re&lms afai. I would lean from my heavenly sphere. And begoldeu the path of that mortal on earth Who bedews her green grare with a tear. Would that I were a flower, born of sunshine anil shower, I would grow on the graves of the dead, I world burden the air with the perfume of prayer Till my soul on its incense had fled. But I never sbonjd lade In f-? delicate shade Of the tree in whose shadow she lies: Xhpre my petals should bloom, like a star on the tomb, When the planets disaolre in the skied, I ...

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. — 8 May 1860

VOLUME S. WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING. MAY S, I860. NUMBER *2-21. n.lMLV AND PL'liLJSULD 57 CAMPBELL & M'DEIiMOT IXTEtLIGEJiTER BUILDINGS, _V. ccm/r ? Qufncy ami JJmin-3 >. 'V E H M S : I*flr.(by ut-tfl. payable in arfvancvl $5.00 fcy the Week. <;*ya!>Ie to tlie Carriers). 10 T^W?iJcJy,(peryear,puyubIcin n?i vance.} 3,00 j^Xdvertiiiog d-we on reasonable term*. All ^J ?"erti5-.*mer. t.? from a Ji?tjujce. or from transient city ciir-taifiMS- mast be paid in advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. U? CIlARLOTTSYILlE. VA. CaXI^L. - $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co OF PITTSBURGH, PA. CxWT.vt $300,00 Commonwealih Insurance Co OF KARRISSCUO. PA. Capital - $300,QOf Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Cir:iAt $500,00*1 flMIE ibove Cfcuipnnfei hi tins appointed the under X. *igned their Ag*nt for Wheeling, and ?Iciaftr, would respectfully wlicit the patronage of the public! Mid Companies are well known to be first rlasa o trice*. Aa losses promptly adjusted. X...

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. — 8 May 1860

CAMPBELL & M'SEBXOT, XDITORS AND rBOPRIITOES. TKEMS.?BAttT, dslivend In city. p? *??*. >0 ?">?? Daily. by *4**nc?r? " nn? Tu-WnziT. by mill. Io?<Jv?jv-? 3.00 ffum, by mail. In Uniwy ~ \V H E E L. I N O : Tuesday Morning, May 8.1860. P?r Chletfo. The delegates from this State to the Chicago Convention, as man; as can. are requested to rendezvous in this city on Friday next, inasmuch as ilis contemplated to leave here on Saturday. A gentleman who leaves here to-day for Chicago has been instructed to engage quarters for the delegation. Half price tickets will be for sale from this point by two routes. have twice published the infamous appeal of the Wheeling Union to the people of this community, on Wednesday last, inciting them to put down by force, and by blood, if necessary, the Republican con vention, which met that day. That infa* The people here have all read it. The newspaper correspondents, who were on the ground, have furnished it to the out ?ide world?and wherever...

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. — 8 May 1860

JPailn f HttUii)cttfer Xiargest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.'fin Tuesday Morning. May 8. I860. ARKESTED FOB Bigamy.?Norton MtGiffin. cfherilF of Washington countr, pv. was at the McLure House on Saturday niffh:. having in charge one William Steeie. whom he had arrested in Zanes ilie, Ohio, charged with marrying- two wire*. Steele, who is an Irishman about twenty-six years old, married a roang wo man in the vicinity of Canonsbarg. P.t., i'oont two ywrs ago. and .-J'ter living with her th:?t i ngth of time, conelnded that she did not suit him. .\c< ordingly about \ week ago he married Miss Lyuia Farrft3. ! if W^.shinston. and fled with ?er to Zanesville.Miss Lydia beingfully acquaint ed with his previous bistorr. Miss Farras. WOO is mtber !iaaJ>ome, l*ut who appeara iike "i poor dumb iuno?-i-ai." cheered her Uasband in the sorrow or" bis arrest. ac companied bini to this city, proceeded to Washington on Sunday morning and 5ee:ns to oc 3ti-kiii.? to him worse tha...

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