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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 8 May 1860

gaitg gstelliysttt. WalltBf im Faith. BT FHCEEt CaAT. Sbr ass be trsitia; tbnt. While the years ctf her life-time came and get And keeping b*ck from bar lip? tbe cry She bx iouiMd to hn*h is tbe depth* below. And flick of wearing that placid smile. "While her flonl in shadow is left to grope. Where the only ray that cheer# it seems like the light of u almost hopeless hope. It must be hard, when her heart would beat, 2d hasp it patient, und still, end dumb; Box she lives end waits in the perfect faith. That she shall b* loved when her time has c,'.se. That another soul is alone like hers la the world Mot. or the world above, And that in a day. afar or near. They shall know each other, and they shall lor*. So she berks deep in her seul its hope. Knowing, the seed in the furrow cast Wfli (Terminal* in the dark the strength. That aeu it tree from the dark ax last. And while the waves of her being Sow Oalmly end evenly un above, Tbe tinder current, that sweep? below, Set* in t*srerd 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. — 9 May 1860

NUMBER WHEELING, VA.,THURSDAY MORNING, MA VOLUME 8, 2-22 CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, ,VTET,r.TGKXCKU ntraBis??, .V. /-?>??"? i f <)"<??w.i Main-Sj. ?r jr. it M s s ?Uly.'!'v in?lt|W?W? '? ' uv*, "? awCnrricn..' in H ,rlc:y.(p'rv?r,i?y<>W''In advance.) 3,00 , y-AdveitisinS**"' on ?WKm,,b'e ,crnM Ml j.l?rtl-om?nt? from adistance.orfrom transient cjiy customers, must be paid in nrfvtnc-. X N S TJRAWCE. #?SfWsBI?N?E CO. ni- nuo?T?'ii.U VA. ^ CAPITA! Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF ITl i'SIli i-UII, J'A. Capita . $300.'*00 Commonweal Insurance Co, OK HAKItTSBURO, PA. Ciririi. .$300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF WIILAI^UmiA. PA. m Cir?"a ?,m; above Companies IiltltingappoUited tl.c under T ripwd their As-nt for Wheeling. Mid Tlelnity, I soiii.it tlie patromiKC of the public. ?"?' well known to beflrstclossoir.ces. in I rtiosp rom ut IV adjusted. N.O.AKTIIUll. A fit. V * Office over the Ttnnl; of Wheeling. See First Class Insurance ? I 2f T1IK SO M !,0 00 JttJO f>?M 15 10) ...

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. — 9 May 1860

~fja il| ;|ittfllt<je8ccr CAMPBELL & MDEEMOT, EDITORS 1XD PEOPKIXTOR3. Ijc TBBHH PiiLT, daHvmd Is cxtr, per veek, 10 mow PillT. br aaiLia tdrtcov (^00 Tex-W qzext. by raaiL is ?4rafccc S.00 WKUT,bj oaO, iaidraace, 1 ,?# "* " WHEEL iT: O : Thawday Morning. May 10.1860. 1COTICK. We will print next week ia pamphlet form?-forgralvitic-zt dulribuiion?tea tboa ucd copies of the lddren and rejolntioas read at the Convention here oc the 2d of May. Besides these ten thousand, we will print two thoasand in German, and both editions will contain the letter of Frank Pierpoict, published yesterday. These docoments will be distributed to several convenient points?the names of which will b?published?where persons through out Western Virginia can get them. Thej will be supplied through the agency of the Executive Committee of the Republican dab here, to whom ail orders for large quantities shonld be addressed. The com mittee wast the names of some three or four suitable persons ^a each count...

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. — 9 May 1860

jlailn lutcUi(|cnrcr v*_ Largest Circuisliou of any Paper in Western Virpri aia. - ^Thursday Morning;. Hay 10,1860. Jfry-GOSViOTIO.S OF XaTKASIKL IIaRTEX [-Hi. Facts EsTABUSnsD.?The Jury in the case of Xnthaniel Harten, charged with the murder of Melissa Jane Morris, on the 23d day of July, 1839, near Limestone, Marshall counly,w]iose triai coismenceilat MountUvillo or. Monday, have returned a v.'rdict of guilty of murder in the firs: de gree. The Jury was out but a short time after hearing the arguments of ?ouncil.? The prisoner received the announcement of his doom with the same stoical indiffer ence or iinconiv-o'i?nrss which lie has manifested throughout the whole pro ceedings. For the better understanding of the pub lic. we give a synopsis of the evidence taken. showing the murder to have been n most cold blooded and merrilpss net.? It seems that on the 23d of July last, Miss Morris left the house ot Matthias Snider, with whom she was residing, to visit a Mr. Anderson'^ family,...

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. — 9 May 1860

in this wise:? lllbthat merry time of th y*f *wE?^M& is made ana*. aSa^SS -? bj bn?k. With her galdan e^rlid* down X rs^ be awaet 1* ?*v, T 0 tttd# wild flower* ?r 1 K giriWr =~d. and *? 1 wither and waate ?ad die like a buried atra m that And lie in th* light of th ron; ?.?fri*Md and ialien and ?*d In the ~m. paper with the above poetry areline. "To a Young Beauty ' about tbe dark bright eye, the dark bright eye,' "tbe raven bair, the raven hair, "toe lore . cheek, the lorely cheek,- "the float,ng form, the floating form," all by George D. Prentice. He sums op tbe young .emale i attractions finally in one line thus? -A ttiins of'cst?T and low." It is really beautiful to read! SMITH'S WHEELING ALES Ik Wood and M r"p0** ^SSmmr^Si^aoSL ??J? 1 Brother*. then. ^?rrm?ara in all P*^t? of Thanking my nnmerow customer? **^nrB - "SSSSSfatTMK rfBSaast.oaaag tMioo for parity *?^^7h? botllins department. ?E32$!?SH?M? 55,f^fSid and dispatched with P?P?<~ mI. fobio-tf ___ ? W. C. WXIOHT. a...

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. — 11 May 1860

VOLUME 8. NUMBER 222 WHEELING. VA.,FRIDAY MORNING. MAY I!. I860. j'jllJSTKp AND, ji? CAIVIPBELL & ffi'EERMOT, I IKTELI-reBKCEn TJT7IT^?IX<JS, y. E. tvrncr nf Quincy ?xk/ Alain-3 T IZ R M Sj J* i!y,(by tmH. payable in aEvanco,i $$00 I;/ the We?lc. (payable to the Carriers,)....;...'. 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance.) 3.00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. AH advertisements from adlsfnnco. or from transient city cuatomow. mtul lx> paid iu advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF Cll ARLOTTSVILLK. VA. Capital, 1400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF L'nrzliUlLdll. PA. Capital ?... $300,000 Commonweal Insurance Co, OF iiaVklsiiuro, PA. Capital 5390,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. of Philadelphia* pa. Camtil V.^. $600,000 rpHK ab&ra Companies h_avi:ipippofhted the tinder finned their Ajseut tor Wheeling. and ?icinit v. would respectfully solicit :he patronage of the public. SaMCvn;paiiIc3 are wrll known t" be first clans ofilecs. All losses promptly adju...

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. — 11 May 1860

fiailg Intelligence* CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT. EDITOR5 JLND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 cent* Dailt( by mall, ill .dranc^ Tu-Wzxzit. by mill, la ?dr?ac-, S-w 1COTLT, by mail, ina<l??pev- - l '*J W H E E L IN G: Friday Morning, May 11, I860. nomination of the Hon. Jno. Bell for the Presidency. We yesterday announced in an extra, the nomination of Hon. John Bell, of Teun., by the Baltimore ' Third party" Conven tion, as their candidate for the Presidency Mr. Bell Is an excellent man?belongs to the moderate achool of Southern states men has always been a liberal conserva tive, and probably has had as nnexcep tionablo a political life as any man in the conn'try. He was born in Nashville in 1797, and has spent his whole life in Tennessee, j He was educated in Cumberland College, in that State. He was elected to the State Senate when ho was only twenty years old. His early election, he always considered a great error and one that real ly set him back in li...

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. — 11 May 1860

Jjaiig f Btclliflcncct ^^KesTcirculoUon of any Taper in Western Virginia.'?? :=^jTi"av'MornLag. May 11, I860 - ^J-koeoHOTivES asi? UcLbS.?1 lie oil ? div,i little bull,' who lives on tlie line of the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad, about six miles above this city, wad er ring about ncar the trai:k anJ Plckl"e the fiv.il> grass blades out from between ,be cross-ties, when lie heard a locomotive coming down upon him -'like b?1 in har ness." The locomotive whistled for the bull to cle.-.r the track; which the bull ml>de an effort to do, but beiug closely crowded by the iron horse, and not being disposed to show the white feather, even to'a superior and fiery opponent, bis young bull-ship turned about, pawed the earth, and bowed hi3 head, with a determination to give his pursuer the best he had in the shop. The engineer seeing this, put on steam enough to knock the bull sky high. Tbe two tame together with a terrible crush. Ilia bull-ship was knocked into ??nil infinite number ...

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. — 11 May 1860

JJailg ^uteuigettccr. ??The n?7> that ?re no More.?* sr az.tb.ld TEsyrsox. 'Tears. Idle tears, I know net ^-hat tbrj ae?s, Tears from the depth of some dirine despair Risein ths htart. aod jithir ;o the ejw, In looking on tbe happy Antwno-SeJii And thin-tag of Che days that arc t>e more-. Fresh as the first beam glittering on a ?*iL That brings out friend* op from the underworld. Sad as the ian which reddens over one That sinks -with all we love brio*"- the *-ara% 80 sad, so feeah, the days that ara nc mare. Ah, sad and strange, as J a dark summer da?nss The earliest pipe of half-awakened bird* - To dying eara, ?eftci voir, dying eye* Tbtctucjaent tZarlf arfran a glimmering square; 80 aed, so strange, the days that are no more. Dear as remembered lciaee* after death. And sweet u those by h-*peioss fcacjr feigned On lips that are for others; deep s* lare, Dee;- as first lore. and wild wiih all regret; O Death In Life, the d ys that are no more." A Fashionable Lore Letter. Mo mm...

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. — 12 May 1860

VOLUME 8. NUMBER 2*23. ? I'lilNTKD AND I'UBMPJIKD MY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ixtbliigkscbu nrrr.i>ijftis, jX. ?'. c-riiir uf Qmncy an J JJain-3 s. T E li 2SX S : Jiiily.fby nuul.iiayaMoju aJran^ ....45.00 fc_> the lVeek, frayablo to the Carrier#.). 10 Tri-We?kly,(per>*ar, payable In advance,).. 3,00 jtj* Advertising done on reasonable temu. AII advertisement* from a distance, or from transient 8jty customers, must be paid in advance. "ilfSUSAIfC E . ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. " OVC.tAUI-OTTSVlI.LB, : Cifir." Pennsylvania Insurance Co. ' $300,000 Commonweal Insurance Co OK HAHKISnUKO, PA. Cktrtkh $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. 4 OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital.? ..... - - $500,000 rpHE abovo Compa&ies havingappointod the nndor J signed their Agent fjr Wheeling, and ricinit v, ronM respectfully solicit tho patronage or the public. Said Companies arc well known .to be flrnt class offices. All loMes promptly agtagjprJ. N.C. ARTHUR, Agt. fch*?ly ^ 'OiB>je o.vgrjjie llank e...

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. — 12 May 1860

gailg ? ntelligencrr CAMPBELL & M'BEEMOT, EDITORS UTD TEOFKlETOBe. TEEMfi.?Biiu. <kliT?M) is city, per wk. 10 r*nt? Daux, by m>fl(in adnux**,. .$5.00 Tn-Vnrn. by m?a ia wftaafe. S^O Want, by mail, inadvsn??_ - 1.00 W ijTjE E L I y O : Saturday Morning, May 12,1860. {Special PwjMicb to th* Wheeling Imellisvoccr^ Cbica&o, S?t 11, 18S0. . Jidt. IuHpigauxr:?Quarters have been ?ecured for the Virginia delegation to tbe Chicago Convention, at tbe Revere House. Tk* Kkctlta Jodff ia thti Dl? trlct. We hare before us a letter ctatiug that Mr. Berkshire, tbe Opposition candidate for Judge in tbis Judicial Uistrk-t, will certainly get C00 and much more likely. 800 majority in Monongalia county. The writer is of the opinion that if he Carrie's thii (Ohio) county, he will certain!*- be elected. Tkr Tra. Poller of tk. Q|ijnlu?a la ia tkt? City aad Caaatjr. Of late we hare received keveral in quiries, both oral and written, asking, in { some fortn or other, tbie question : What coars...

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. — 12 May 1860

giail]? ftttcHtgeMcet Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. =tf* Saturday Morning, May 12, 1860. jgylxjuRKD os the Raij.roau John S. Hutchins fell from ft stock car on tlie Bal timore ami Ohio railroad on Tuesday inorning, and had bis left haml dreadfully crushed by the wheel passing over i(. ?2f-ALLE0ED Robbebv.?A man named John Kootz. of Washington, Pa., nlaim3 to have been robbed in the street on Thursday, of thirty five dollars, while in * state of intoxiration. He is not Able to say who took his money and must, there fore cousole himself with having learned a lesson of wisdom. j?^-Thk River.?"The rain, it raineth every day." We have had rain every day this week, but in such miserable dizzle d'ozzles that Lhe river is not materially effected. There were six feet seven or eight inches in the channel ?yesterday evening, and rising slowly. The Sallie List left last evening for Louisville. She took out, among other things, one hnndred tons of railroad iron from the 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. — 12 May 1860

JJailg gntclligcnccr. StUle and I. We set where the moon m beaming? flelUeand I; The "wide worid* mroutd as w dreaming All silently. Ah! well do I yet remember; The evening wm ooe of September. At>A we said tbat we would both remember? Sallie and I. We said that we both would remember.? Bailie and L That beautifal ere of September, As years rolled by: Around as Were Fweet lall Cower*; The moonlight fell on us in shower*. And we counted not then the swift hours? Bailie and L Oh, then we were bl?t and cbeerfal? Sal lie and L " And neither wu donbtfnl and fearful. Lore cannot die. And there, while the nwon was beamm* And tte stars like glory bits gleaming. Of a feta re all bright we were dreaming? Sailie and I. Out lore to each other we plighted? Sallie and I.? jfor thought that the bond might be blighted, Ae winds passed by. Bet now, when the moon ie beaming. And the star* in the heaven* are gleaming. 2 mnetsber we were bat dreaming? Sallie and 1. Ab? do we both remember? Bailie an...

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. — 14 May 1860

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED JIX CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, INTELLIGENCER BUILDINGS, JV* E. corner of Qitincy and Mmin-Ss. TERMS : Daily, (by wail, payable in advance,)... $5,00 hy the Week, (payable to the Carrion,). 10 Tri-WoefcJy, (per j-ear, payable In advance,) 3,00 /far-Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient oity customers, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OK CIIARLOTTSVILLE, VA. Capital, $100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. Capital $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF HARRISBURG, PA. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital $500,000 rpHE above Com|?auie* havingappoioted the undcr J[ signed t fieir Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Companies are well known to be first class offices. All lo33e* promptly adjusted. N.C.ARTHUR, Agt. felif)?1 y Office overthe Rank of Wheeling. Choice First Class Insura...

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. — 14 May 1860

Dxn.T, bJ ln *f,TT"TT-^T^ 3.<X> l00 ?ffxxiiT, by mail* In xrr?pce,?"1??^_ ? """ \y H E fe L I X G : Monday Horning. May U.JLgeg^ ^?ah from Mr. reirpo'o* We aregratifiedto be ?M? *> annonnee that F. H. Peirpoint, Bsq-i ofF"?"" ? Will address the citizen, of Wheeling, the Court House, on next Saturday even ing, the 13th inst., on the Tax ill I. It is useless to say tb?t we hope t^re wiU be.fall^rnont, forwckBOw^ the house will de jammed. We wisn m instead of the Court Home, the Athemeum would be thrown open to him, subject is one upon which the minds our people are now all excited, and it_ s eminently desirable that every man in this citr, and everywhere else hereabouts, should hare an opportunity of hearing this onerous bill fully and fearlessly ex posed. ? An arrangement is about to be perfected by which the whole Union w,ll be daily .alighted, through the Smithsonian Insti tute at Washington, as to the coudit.on of the weather prevailing in every section of the country pen...

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. — 14 May 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper ill Western Virginia. "?? Monday Morning, May 14, 1860. ngsp-WB cull attention to the notice of the Library meeting to-night, in another part of this morning's paper. A full at tendance is desired. jffi'SgXTEXC'E of Hautkk.?-Nathaniel Ilarten, recently convicted in Moundsville. of the murder of Melissa Jane Morris, has been sentenced to be hung on Friday, the 29th (l*y of June uext. Town.?Gov. Trimble, of Ohio, anil Hon. J. Scott H-trrison, son of Ex President Harrison and Ex-Member of Congress, were stopping at the McLure House on Saturday. fSaf-lT itAiKED every day last week. On Saturday it rained and the sun slione> out brightly several times in the same hour.? The rains were not heavy, but catae in the f?>rni of showers, which being followed by a warm sunshine, had a most surpri sing effect upon the woods and fields, bringing out a profusion of green foliage and spreading a beauteous verdant aud rich carpet upon the fields within sight. jg~...

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. — 14 May 1860

glailjr IJtttcItigcnccr. Ctmllle. ? Stay by me, Arm*nd. I shall need yon only To night!?to morrow I shall not be here; Ah me, tU pke? had been ?o sad and lonely. But that 1 knew you, Armani were so near. I dreamed this morning of the inmmtr pleasant We passed together, in the sweet last year. And how the Tillage dame and kindly peasant Game to oar cottage with their homely ?hctr. Gaston and I were running down the valley. And yon were dancing. Artnand. with Xichette; And then yon all sangont mo musically r "Camilla, Camille, we shall be happy yet!" And eo I thought, and smiled, and langhwi as ever. But then the dream changad. Annand, and yon said. ?*CamillIe. Camille. we shall be happy never!** And I awoke with dreaming yon were dead. And I am dying. Annand. I am dying; And have no fears, but even wish to die. If you will sometime* come where I am lying. And promise sometime by my side te lie. Btay by me, Arnand. I shall need you only To nichti?tvmomtw I shall not be hem Ah zne. 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. — 15 May 1860

VOLUME 8 WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORXIXC MAY 15, I860. NUMBER 2-25. ?<??^????mmmmt?ip?emm?a??a?w??? PPINTKD AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ijCTRM'WK'aiCBIl KI ILDINGS, jY. t'. corner.rf Quincy ami M*in~?ts. T v: 12 31 H * Ddlv. fbv mail. payable in advance.).- $5.00 T.t flic Wi>ek. /payable to tire Carriers;^ 10 Tri-Weekly, (per y car, jmyable in advance,) 8,00 ' Advertising on reasonable term-. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, mnst be paid in advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF ClfARL0TTSV1LLE, VA. CsTiTAL, $-100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PlTT51IU~01i, PA. Capital $300,000 j Commonweal Insurance Co, OF lfARKTSDUKG. VA. C inTAt $&>0,6(K> Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA. PA. Capital $500,000 i pilK above Companies hiviueappointed the under ^ -.igued their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, ironld respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. SaidCompanies are well kitnrn to be fir*t class o...

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. — 15 May 1860

ailg gnteUigtuccv CAMPBELL & H'DEEMOT, XDITORB AJTD TEOPBITTOB8. TZRME-?Dajlt, delivered in city, per -creek, 10 cents Dazlt, by mail, in advance.? ?M>0 Tk-Wbut, by mail, ln&dT*ace_- S.C-1 VTaxvr, by mill, inftdv*ase~ ?? 1.0-i w hTe eli gT Tngftday Morning, May 15,1860. IP" NiTIOKAL &?FDSL!CU> COKrESTlO!.. for tbe nomination of candidates for President and Vice President, will meet in the city of Chicago to-morrow. A portion of the Virginia delgatioa left this City yesterday zaoroing on a special train, expecting to reacb Chicago last night at 10 o'clock. We hare made arrangements to keep onr readers fully posted on mat ter* and thing* there, ai in addition to onr telegraphic despatches, we bare a special reporter on the ground, v-bo will keep us fnlly advised of all important matters as they transpire. This will, in all probability, be one of the largest conventions of the kind ever held in this country, and, we have no doubt, one of the moBt harmonious in its del...

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. — 15 May 1860

jPailt) gutetttgctWM fcii. Largest Circulation ol' any 1'apor in ?Western Virginia. "S* Taesd-ty Moriiing, May lc, I860. ~ .Swindle.?YestcrJny 11 gen ccl looking man accosted a i]layman on the landing and describing two trunks in the the forecastle of a steamboat, the lou-a we believe, requested the drayinau to haul them to the MoLure House. The jravnisn went down nnd seeing the trunks indicated shouldered them and put them on his vehicle. He had not got far when he was overtaken by a gentleman other than the one with whom be hud contract ed, who commanded him to take the trunks back to the !,^at. The genteel looking man who had been observing the ! whole proceedings stepped forward at this point and cursing tue drayman for a fool, told him that thcs2 were not the trunks for which ho had been sent. As there were no other trunks on the boat answer ing the description given, it is supposed titut the fellow intended to perpetrate a bold trick by stealing the trunks. Steam boatmen shoul...

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