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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 30 November 1859

?r ? ..... .1 : 3 is Sill 3HT at jlhj fin/. ^ t WgnMasW ill aoiirefapjtl sdT I v. 'j.' <.>! nidn/'lTja! . 8T#M ? I'j.'": fto] B: Mr yi 'j>U:?SrPl?f ST Qi fyZiiiUl s*??s l"'-" tiiS ^]Sl? htnf Jaiiv/ ' .???jh*i.!i... ?I'lJ.'frn? h !1V ? >J HI I lllidt VOLtJME 8 WHEELING, WEDNESDAY ;rH. CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, UTElMfiESCEK BUILDINGS, } Si K.(urnrr tf QhUiejf and Main-Sj. ? T. tS R M'S':'? ? ?" '/ ; ?,!)? wjJtwW"in Week, (payable to the Carriers,)...... 10 j-CTr.pajrablr in aitviincc,ft,00 g j-A.!twti"inR d'oio on rw?nonal)lo terms, adv**rti?incnU from a dist ance, or froin tr? ustJiuv", wmt l>e*pald in ndimico. CITY- DiBE'CTOTiY. WHEELING POST OFFICE. Arrival and Closing of the Mails. H a-liioeton. Pa- daily. (oicep't SoWla^,) Arrises at 10 A. M? clones at 3:30 1\ M. , inrkersburg. (by the Pivcr.) arr've* at 5 A. M., on -r^jn^tlny. Friday and Sundny. Clones at IfcSO A. 3L, Njiir,l;iv. Wednesday and Frwlay. Patfcei>lmrg. by B. ? O. It ft., arrives at C:43 P. M. (at t&...

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 November 1859

ailj gttmujetwtt Campbell & m-debmot, XDITORB AHD PR0PRIET0B8. URMS.?DilLT, delivered in city, per week, 10 eentii. Dxilt, bj mill, In advutMr ,$5.00 SS WHEELING: Wednesday Morning. BCqv- 30,1859. The Supreme Coart of Pennsylvania, in the case of Nesbit, vs. th?~G6fon(fatiinli)i't have reversed the judgment of Sliyor "Weaver, of Pittsburgh, convicting Nosbit of a breach of the Sunday, law," in "per forming; worldly employment by?d^Vfflg'a carriage, in - which' were sundry1 person?, not travelers," and fining him therefor, the sum of twenty-flve dollars. As the .ques tion of the observance of the Sabbath is one in which V^e.i^ coi^on \rjth afi^e lievera in Christianity, talep a^ep inter est, wo deem'the decision the propiOT sub ject of editorial remark. Ilk'SBfersing the Mayor's con^ctioih, it ^ftst^ot h'e ^dcrstood ifiat" the^^^^'dMifte the. performaticsi^o^ "worthy en^oyij?eiit""tfbt ttt b?:i?punish able offence. The decision,: which .was a unanimous o 11 e. wont entirely on th...

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 November 1859

Wednesday Morning, Wot. 30,1859^ i ^ which will bo printed in tlio lxwt style X?$T CAMPBELL k M'DKRMOT, cfl?*r t ? t * jgrOnly Ten Cents a Week.?The J)a;iy Intclligeneer will be delivered to any part of the pity or suburbs at ten cents a ?cck- , , l^y-A bkspatch last night conveys the mefoncholy tidings of the death of Wash in,-toii Irving. It was only lust week that ye published Willis' rccount of a recent lisit to him. i jg-A Picture.?Three boys standing unJtr a gas lamp at 8 o'clock in the even icy. ?late.' in hand, doing sums. We saw just that, last night. jgyyPi'BLtc Salk.?See the advertise ment of Island propsrty for sale, byJas.W. faup. The sale will take place to-day at li) o'clock at the court house. j^-Bottleino.?William Evans Turner, of Centre Wheeling, beat Mr. Jones, the el.ier, over the head with a beer bottle ?sterday, and complaint being made be fore Aid. Quiglcy, a warrant was issued for J his arresi. jgtirltKCOVKRiso.?Mr. John Ellison, the. Kiiitleraan who fell fro...

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 November 1859

f. SAWTELLS & shakbtohv ,v . No. 9 Monroe-Street, A HE NOW OPEXIVQ O.VK OF THE LARGEST /A and most complete tusortuusaU of Cujtjis, Caiwi Xebes AMD Vmtinos, togotlier with nil onJIois vuriefr of OonOemon'n HarnUlilos Goods, nil or,which the* intend to TurnlJih fo'tholr cuiitninerflat the lowost pos^ ?ible price. All .they mk ii .look In and see for your Mlrea. Komembor.lt is u6 Trimble to show goods. So -giro nan call. . eep7 6th Annual Announcement! wCONTINUHD SUCCESS OF TUB COSMOPOLITAN; ASSOCIATION! T^ROM ALL SECTIONS OF- THE COUNTRY SUB JC SCRIBERS to Ithis popular Art Institution, (now in its sixtlfr$ear.)-are .being received ina ratio, unuar alelled with that of any previous-yenr. Any person ?fm' beeome a memlMr by ? ? snb'scriblne $3. : "Which will ontjtlo ljlnx to 1st.?The beautiful Steel Fmgravlng, ^liakspeare and His Friends";< ?? -r\ 1 nalfono* ^{>y 0:f t?0; EjQgaptly^UiHtrnt?4 ^rt^Jour 3d.?A Free Season Admission to the Galleries. 548 Broadway, New York. . ? In...

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 December 1859

MMHWW Ulf IM.IIPi'3?IBWBM iWofSWIHSSW ~7F^T NUMOT.T? So VOLUME 8 WHEELING, V.A., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1859 PRl.\TKi> AND PUBLISHED BY j CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iSTBIiLICBiNCER BV1LI>1XGS, JY- K. cfri.rr f f Qirinry an'? Miin-S!s.' T E li MS: jijj'r. (by nvdl. payable in advasgpe,).-* $"?,00 Uv lit*! U it'lv, (payable to the Can iera^. .. 10 Tri-W eefcly, (liw.yV.ir, jkij .iblo In advance,) 3,00 ffn -Advertising done on rciU>oimble term*. All ndv^rtk-euients from o <iistancc, or from transient, city customer*, tniut In? paid in advance. CITY DIRECTORY. " "WHKET.ISG POST OFFICE. Arrival ami Closing of th.e Mails. \fn.-uicRl'*n. Pa.. daily. Hxcv'jt Sunda}*.) "arrivej at l.i A. M~ cl?*a05 Vc . i P. M. iViikerabHrg. (!.y ilic Ui\?T.) arrir?-s at f? A. M? on 'V Jil.'- ?:?V. Friday and . L'h*e* nt 9:tiU A. M., M??n-.t'ay. \\ cdnc.-dav and 1; i?u\v. Parker-'.i::g. bv p.. A0. I:. It., arrive nt ftIS 1\ M. (Wes i:'V) A. V. Mail Trair. fr?iri ti-c F.n-t. arriws at 1:C?I 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. — 1 December 1859

CAMPBELL & M'DEfiMOT, EDITORS ASD PROPRIBTOltS. TRRM3.?Dixit, delivered incity. i*r *?k, 10 centl. I)ULT. by mall, in advance? .$5.00 Tu-Weeiit, by mail, in advance,?? 'V"1 W*?tr,by mail. inadvonciv.. !?<*> W"he K L I N O : Thursday Morning, Dec. 1,1859. The details of foreign news this morn ing are quite interesting. Br the foreign news this morning, it would scorn that the war (with France) articles of the London Timet were meeting i with emphatic condemnation from the , other English papers. Fro* Texas we learn that the Legisla- ; ture has authorized the Governor to call out tropps necessary for the protection of the frontier. Capt. Ford had been appoin ted commander of the troops, and had started out after Cortinas. The Browns ville affair had caused grent excitement, i and volunteers were rapidly organizing.? Deputy Sheriff Campbell had been released by Cortinas, Brownsville, on the lDth, was still closely beseigod. Since writing the above w o have later news uuder ou...

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 December 1859

!??! ?ttteUigcuccv CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, editors axd PRorniEToua. TRRMS.?Daily, dflirerrd in Hlv. i*r weekf^cent^ DAILT, by mail, in advance^ .$5,00 \irl *"u.T? by mail. In adranc<v? 3.1 n) Weeklt, by mail, htadranccv- 1.00 W HEgLITG; Thursday Morning, Dec. 1,1859. The details of foreign news this morn ing arc qnito interesting. Br the foreign news this morning, it ?would seem that the war (with France) articles of the London Timet were meeting with emphatic condemnation from the other English papers. From Texas wo leuru that the Legisla ture has authorized the Governor to call out tropps necessary for the protection of the frontier. Capt. Ford had been appoin ted commander of the troops, and had started out after Cortinas. The Browns ville affair had caused great excitement, and volunteers were rapidly organizing. Deputy Sheriff Campbell had been released by Cortinas, Brownsville, on the 10th, was still closely beseigod. Since writing the above w o liavo later news uudcr our ...

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 December 1859

5iUlj? f Tjireest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. ~<ia Thursday Morning, Dec. 1,1859. ',i>VELOPKS : ENVELOPES I !?Wo rj iiiive just received a line lot of cxtrn ?|wUity cii itJinM, which x%"ill bo printed in the bc.<t atyle, OAMl'BKLL & M'DKHMOT, {63-Only Ten Cents a "Week.?The flailv Intelligencer will lie delivered to any iiirt of the city or suburbs at teu cents u week. frjy-I.izzu: Wayt Attempts to Cow iuiik a I'lTTsncnon Bki-ortkr. Lizzie Wavt, the young woman who was charged with robbiug Mr. Murray, ill this city, some months ago, and who afterwards at tempted to lecture in Washington llall but I failed for want of an audience, is still ma kiug a noise in the world. She seems to t.e composed of very combustible material :tn<l is all the time doing naughty things and getting into naughty scrapes. The Pittsburgh papers of yesterday morning i-otue to us with glowing accounts of an attempt on the part of Lizzie to cowhide Mr. O'Xcil. of the Chronicle,...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 1 December 1859

: jJ J Wheeling Intelligencer, j Night Visions It Is the l>Dii(Srfinijflmce reigns,' * > Jt? O and darken'd scoue." ^ It firthehonrwhon thought regalns, .Jta powec over things unseen: When all the past comes rushing o'er, Th? henrt in tuight and vivid iilay. Sill wul with what lias gone before, It groanetii, weary of the day! And many thought, of happy tcetiM, Softened with tho lipv of tiin.t. Causa a sen** <ff long-past dream*. To mingle with the prcinnt tim?n? . > < Thoughts of oue I loved and cherished. Thoughts of one now g-jnn for, ft>e, Thoughts of hfr for-ever perilled From tlie changefhl light of day:? A pan?, a dreid of present woo, A yearning nerise of lonelinc**, And yet a hope I can't forego. -? Another to mv heart to press! Yet she come* not. perehauce ne'er will. My aching: heart to soothe and cliarm. Yet ne'er will pence 1h? mine until I clasp in onr benuCoo*- form! { Qm.\ jr\ip4e gaze onco ro ?to>d on nv, One who spoke once wonts of lore, ,Opo wh...

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 December 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER % 1859. NUMRER Sfi PKINTKD AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, 1XTELLIGEKCER BUILDINGS, J. ?.cor,ncrof. Qui net</ and Main-,St*. TKKMS: piuiy- O'y p*y?w?iu advance,).?..; ......$5,00 pv the Wwk, (payable to the Carriers.). 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, pay able in advance,)..., 3,00 Oi- Advertiaing done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city costoiuors, must !#e paid In advance. CITY DIRECTORY. WUEKLINC POST OFFICE. Arrival and Closing' of the Mails. Washington, I*a? dally, (except Sunday.) arrives at 10 A. MdOKH at 3:30 P. M. ftirkershurg. (by the ltiver,) arrivto at 5 A. M., on TfJnwlf.y. Friday and Sunday. Clones at 9:20 A. M., 5I,.n?l.?y. Wednesday and Friday. l'arken-burg. by 11. ?L 0. 1L 11., arrives at 0:43 P. M. Clo*s-* at 0:30 A. M. Mail Train from the Ka&t, arrives at 1:53 A. 51..? CIat C:4J? P. M. Express Train, from tho East, arrive** at S:53 A. M. Clones at 10 A. M. Accom...

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 December 1859

, delivered in city, per week, 10 cent*. . fcSSZZSB r mftj^madTance^........... 1,00 W II K K L I N G : [ Friday Morning, Deo. 2, 1859 French. Espionage ' SSTAIUAUXD OK TUB . kLTIMORE AlTD OHIO BOADH IriZKNH TAKEN OUT Of T1IE OARS BY TUK ?MILITARY| AND THROW*- INTO PBI80N FOB ?their opinions. [Last evening we received the following spatcli from IUirper's Ferry : / "Three passengers by the Western train ere taken out of the cars on arrival of e train, by the military, and imprisoned, ider the following circumstances. The .rties were merchants from Cincinnati, 10 had started for Baltimore. At Graf n they were heard to express themselves : lite fredy relative to Brown, expressing mpathy- for him and his family. The inversatio'ii was" heard by a man alleged 1 be a spy.? IWe feel it to "be our duty to take the love despatch out from its regular lace under our telegraphic head, and call lecial attention to it here^ in onr editorial blumns. We want that the public here ad elsewhere, should...

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 December 1859

aiffi f tttelliffttfct r'ri^v Morning, Deo. 2, 1859. | ^fTjpKS! ESVSLOPBSII-Wo | -S V received a flue lot of extra quality en ?""' i,:fli will lie printed in tlie t>est ?}-le, CAMPBELL 4 M'DKRMOT, ?;?? M-Only Tea Cents a Week?The Ultlligtnctr will be delivered to any jf the city or suburbs at ten cents a . j-The Pikduont Vom;ntkkrs.?The ' r j;iv an order came to the town of , on the Baltimore A: Ohio Rail , directing the immediate organization l ctfm|iany of CJlv men to be ready to invasion. It has not been a very ; ve.ir lor people about Piedmont, and ; crc was some difficulty in mnstcriug . roi[ulreil number, notwithstanding ? ?f tlic snakc-huuters of the adjoiu aiountains rushed to the rescue of - counrty. It was at last determined -aught a suflicleut number of men to -;ic company, which was accordingly A friend who lias just arrived from . .uiout. saw the fifty men going through ; drill. He says he has seen all sorts of j "ui his time, but nothing to coinpnre this company. 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. — 2 December 1859

hands oftaVery Citizen. X>ART1ES iANMHETU PRINCIPLES: AMANU I ALof mxwxL tXTSxzKTtxcz, KxwiBiTijiqjTfflsc Growth axd Cnxaxcrax. or Natioxat, Parties.? "With an Appendix, containing Valuable and Gen eral Statistical Information. By Arthur Holmes. 1 vol*?12m a. $1^ Being strictly historical, it commands itself to men of all shades of politics as a work of refercnco anil as a safe guide to the intricacies of Amoric^n politics and tho past action.of. our government. . Sent free by mail on receipt of price. J)'APPLKTON k CO., Publishers, BOTiyftO Broadway Kerosene Oil! Kerosene Oil!! Kerosene Oil!!! 1 WE HAYK THIS DAY KEOBTVKD A SCVl'LY of tbu on trnm thr Sew England Co, wUlcli U ?nperior to the celebrated Carbon Oil. burning longer, giving as good u Unlit. with leaa odor. It needa uuly to be tried to prove all that la said oj It. Also, a sup ply of NEWARK .GOAL OIL!, CANFIEI.D CO\f. OIL'.l CINC1NXATI COAL. OIE.!!! - prr~\\~c are tu> i4>le agents for tho " QHAlit!Er?'6E BURNER,?...

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 December 1859

___ . . ; v.; :>? ?i. VOLUME S. ' WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3. 1859 ?PB?CT?a????W????? ???????i- -mm? printed and polished by CAMPBELL & M'DEKMOT, INTELLIGENCER BUILDIKGfi, X E. cornrr nf Quincy and Jlain-SU. 1 T T? R M S; Daily (by mail, payable in qdvance..)... .$5,00 jjy the Week. (payable to t^tjwrricrs)..-...?, 10 Tri-Weekly. (per year,payable in advance,) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements froui a distance, or'ftom transient city customers, must be paitl in advance. CITY DIRECTORY. WHEELING POST OFFICE. Arrival and Closing of the Mails. Washington. Pa~ daily, (except Sunday,) arrives at 10 A. 31., rioHM at S'.'.iU I*. 31. parkersburg. (by the River.) arrive* at 5 A. Mn on "Vedncsdav. Friday and Sunday. Closes at A. M., M?rnlay. Wedncnwy end Friday. Parketvburg. by B. k 0. IL R.. arrives at C:43 P. M. fliWii at (fc30 A. Si. Mail Train from the arrived at 1:53 A. 3I~? (lutes at 0:45 P. >1. Express Train, from tlio Fast, arrive...

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 December 1859

CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, BDITOB8 AND PROPBIBTOR8. ' THHMS.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 cent*. Daily, bj mall, In admnco^.. ?5,00 Tri-WKKKLT, bj mail, in?drancor 3,(X? Wiiklt, bj mail, iaaHmnav.. 1,00 W H E E L I N gTz Saturday Morning, Dec. 3,1859. Wise having now finished up old Urowu, the next best thing he can do is to take old Brown's ndvice and consider his own latter end. Ox the first day of January, coming, Governof Wise (Heaven be praised!) goes out of office. Having failed to appoint a day of thanksgiving himself, wo tako the liberty of recommending that the oventful day as a highly fitting one for a general thanksgiving throughout this State. \ y Poor deluded old Brown was hang yes-A | terday, according to appointment. Ho died, as it was expected he would die. firm, fearless, and resigned, without n favor to ask or a word to retract. Whiit. we condemn, we cannot help pitying sue?' a man. A man of so much frankness, such high personal courage, so inucl magnanimit...

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 December 1859

jjliulii fritcIUifl ticet <t> Largest Ciroulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. *"5^ Saturday Morning, Dec. 3,1859. tr-j-Only Ten Cents a Week.?Tlic Daily Intelligencer will lie delivered to any part of the city or suburbs at leu cento a week. g^y-lJci.L Timks.?Yesterday was one of those days tliat have a tendency tu engeu ,ji-r a profonnd disgust Tor all mundane affair* and make one feel like 'lidding fare well to this vale of tears and taking an (Sty Hight to the twinkling stars. We footed the town pretty well, and after a good deal of troulile in rondensing our ancient umbrella so that it would consent tu enter several respectable placcs we found ?veral gentlemen huddled around several fto\es cricking jokes at the expense of Old Brown, and wondering if he had read lii-i title clear. Uld Brown was the theme of every tongue. We Juokcd in at the po lice offices, the umbrella manifesting the same contrary spirit that has character ized its dotage from the first. We found on...

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 December 1859

failu gutcUigenccf. THE DYING YEAR. From the old woods, dim and lonely. Comes a moan! There the.winds are sighing only? "Summer's gone." All the bright and sunny hours, And the green and leafy bowers, With tho Summer's latest flowers^ Are faded now; And the brow Of the waning year Has been twined with dying leaves; And the gathering of the sheaves Tells us Antumn's here. Now the winds go loudiy moaning Through tho rales; And tho forest treos are groaning Mournful tides Of decays tliat swilUy gather, Of the coming wintry weather, Of the snow, that like a feather Soon will foil; And the call Of death is sighing Over all the rippling streams; And the Summer's lingering gleams Are sadly dying. Tin tho waning, waning twilight Of tho year That hover* now, all strangely bright, Round us here; And soon tho year will pass away, Like the light of an autumn day, Adown old Winter's dim highway To its tomb; ? And the gloom Of tho Silent I.and Will rest on tho bright years flown; And the winds of...

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 December 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING,: VA., MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1S59. NUMBER SS. PKiVfED AND PUBLISHED BY , CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, I.\TELLl(i?>'CER BVILD^KCS, JV. K, corner of Quinsy and Maim^Sts. rr E KMS: jujj-(liy mail. payable iu advauce,)... f{?.00 By (la* \\>k, (payable to theCarriers.X-- 10 jYi-Weekly. ?per year.payable Iu advance,)..". 3,00 ny Advertising dono on reasonable terms. All atlvc- tiaemeuts from a distanco, or from transient citv customers, niu*t be jiaid in advance. CITY DIRECTORY. \viiei;i,is(; post office. Arrival and Closing of the Mails. Wa^ington, l*a_ daily, f except Snfiday,) arrives at 10 A. M.. clones at 2:3<? I*. 31. Parkersburg. (by tho Hirer,) arrives at 5 A. M., on H'fdnesday. Friday anil Sund.ty. Closea at U:30 A. 31., 3I?-n<l:tyj Wednesday nml Friday. P.irkersbnrg. by B. & O, R. R., arrivM ut C:43 P. 31. CI.-ih a, A. 31. >fnil Train from the Ea^t, arrives at 1:&3 A. M..? (_J. -<?> at 0:45 P. M. Kxprcw Train. from th? Cast, arri...

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 December 1859

lailjj gjntelligcntf x CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. THKMS.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 ecnta. Daily. by mail, In ndranc*. .$5,00 Tri-Whexly, by mail, inadvanc?,. 3,00 AVkrklt, by mail, in advance,.- 1,00 W II E E I. I N G : Monday Morning', Bee. 5, 1859. The Pittsburgh Journal is still quite bitter in its opposition to Simon Cameron for the Presidential nomination. In a ro cent article it comments upon "the degen eracy of our polities," and very justly cen sures the growing practice of bartering and trading for office?a pnietir.c which has at last extended itself to the offieo of tho Presidency, itself, Wc can heartily join in this ccnsurc, believing as wc do in the maxim of the brilliant and incorruptible Lowndes, that '-'the Presidency is au office neither to be taught for nor declined." The Journal professes it? sorrow to see "a clique of political gamblers" openly in the fielil in favor of a certain aspirant, and we cannot fail to perceive that Ca...

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 December 1859

Jlitiln ?j?tflliijcuctt .* L are est Circulation of any Paper In Western Virginia."** Monday Morning, Dec. 5,1859. & I. 0. 8. M. The members of tl?o Old Dominion Lodgo of Sons 0f )blti arc ordered bj the Grand Commander, to wcet at their llall, this evening, its business or impor tance in relation to (lie "expedition" must be attend ed to. St. Alanthus will penetrate the roil of Mys teries. BSTOnly Ten Cents a Week.?The Daily Intelliycnccr will be delivered to any part of the city or suburbs at ten cents a week. jgy"':So cautious is the Governor be coming that it will be impossible foa a civil passenger to pass over the Baltimore road without being subject at least to officious inquiry. A blind girl nnd her sister, now tapping at McLure House, were driven ati-iiy from Mnrlinsburg the other dnv, be cause they could give uo account of them selves.''?hitelliycnccr. '?We toot the pains to make inquiry as to the case of the blind girl alluded to, and she states that, so far from bein...

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