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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PENDLETON, > OLIVER I. TAYLOR, \ Edltors' ft'ubli.hcd i\t \o. ?1, Wnlvr !Hlrcct, BKT1VF.ES MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, R\ SWEARING-EN & TAYLOR. E. C. SWKARINOEN.l [OLIVER I. TAYLOR. TEKJI*?DAILY, per annum, ?5 Oil (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TK1-WEEKLY, per annum, - ? j5i:5 Oil WEEKLY, per annum $1 Oil ?WHEELING, VA: M JNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1S53. ttZT.V/e may be absent for a few days and must ask.the indulgence of our readers. 1.7 "A communication on the Madiai' family, from Veritas, will appear in a few days, as soon as we can clear off the articles having priority on our table. RICHMOND DISPATCH. We extract the following frum a late article of this paper on the vote of the House of Delegates on the 19th, on the Pittsburg application: We learn that this most iniquitous decision of; the House of Delegates, is likely to produce not the smallest effect on those whom it was desiened to injure. The threat lias been made that a highly penal law would be...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1853

1I< )ME DEFAKTM EN T. MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1SS3. To Printers?A chance for a Good Bargain. t-'orMle tI,e naily Intelligencer Oflicc, a. larRe font o vmaII. Pica, and a small tout of Kica Ttpe, capable o; ,1 .j," very t-asJ-abte work on 1'ainphlrts or lilanks. II will beso-Mclieap, ifappiieA'-i'tn \>r niailc immediately. HuiKr.ix ?fc Co.?We called in at this universally popular retail establishment on Saturday evening, and found their shelves and counters well filled wish the richest an I rarest styles of spring goods, comprising everything required Tor ladies and gen tlemen's wear. Hive them a call, for we are as sure-; tl.eveau suit all tasles from the most humble !o the most elevated?from the cheapest to the most costly- _ We ark in receipt of a copy of Armor's com plete system of practical penmanship an I from the examination we have made of it, are much pleased with his method of teaching correctly this beauti ful .,rt. Thesystem consists of 40 lessons or copies, ea...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1853

iJST TiiiXiliIG JCff CJbjR BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. The undersigned take this occasion to remind their friend* %ud the public generally, that in connection with the oflice ^ oT the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly 11 tted up Tor he execution of all kinds of PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PBINTIIf G. Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la test styles of Job *ype, and tnerr large and well selected stock *r .japer, card3, inks, ?fcc., being purchased at the o?vest Gash prices, and the Job Office being a distinct do* fa rune nt, carefully and efficiently managed, they can guaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards tho Neatness, Accuracy and Promptness, with which their work will be done. They arc piepared to execute Cards, Programme, Circulars, Poktkrh, Labels, Concert Bills, Bii.l Heads, Ball Tickets, Bills Lading, Steamboat Bit Bank Checks. Auction Bills, Order Books, Drat Tickets, Deeds, Freiout Books, Notes, Kailroad Blanks, Receipts, Hotel ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 1 March 1853

^olumeT WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1853. number |?l)c tOljccliug 3ntclligencer IS rLBLlSUED DAILY, tki U KKKLY and weekly. by SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR, SWKAHSCESu] [?* '? tatlor. 6i5v1rTt?^Led,toks FFICE?So. Street, between Mcrroe and Quincy. |Aa /to'Rm inly, per annum $6,00 or 10 cents |?r week ri WecMr. ptririnul*. 3,00 refklf " ? 'i00 tebmh op advkbtisiwg. [Trn lines tjuikiuga Square."] nlie square, I insertion, g ,60 3 " inrrrirrrmrrrrrirrrrr r i!oo .. " i week, 1,50 2 ?' 2,50 ? " 1 month, 4,00 2 " 5,00 C " 8,00 .. " 12 44 10,00 IK rciKir Advertisements?1 square, with the privilege of e- flanges, per annuum, 15,00 Oue square, ner quarter, cliangeable at pleasure, 6,00 ({^isir^ss and Professional Cards, (per annum,) not exceeding 5 lines, 6,00 Fok Lo.*o Advertisements, liberal discounts will bo iiade on the above rates. UTKdieious notices, and advertisements for Charitable Institutions ami Fire Companies, inserted gratuitously. jjTMarriages and Deaths inserted gratui...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 1 March 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PENDLETON, )Editors OLIVER I. TAYLOR, S BcUtors Published at No. 91, Water Street, BKTWF.E1 MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR. K. B. SWKAR1NGEN.] [OLIVER 1. TAYLOR, TKRIYIW.?DAILY, per annum, 8*5 Oil (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TRL WEEKLY, per annum, ? ? 83 OO WEEKLY, i?er annum, . - - - 81 OO ?WHEELING, VA:? TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1853. Hempfield Subscription. Important Motkhe.it.?Our readers will ob serve, by reference to our ? telegraphic column, that the Railroad Committee, in the Pennsylvania Legislature, have reported the Hempfield sub scription bill, with a proviso, requiring the Vir ginia Legislature to grant the right of way to the Steubenville Railroad. We trust that the bill will pass as amended. The Ilempfield project is de signed to benefit Virginia, and that State should surely display a greater spirit of reciprocity than she exhibits. Is ii a poor rule that will not work both ways. We extract the above from the Pittsburgh Jou...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 1 March 1853

OME DEPARTMENT. [TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH t, 13S3. iprinters?A chance for a Good Bargain, Lrsateat the Daily Intelligencer Office, a large font o T 111':1A, and a small font of Pica Ttfi, capable o | -verv passable work on Pamphlets or Hlanks. II fht soid cheap, irapplication be made Immediately. J[RS. Joxes oot a new sofa," by "This L. ,vill appear to-morrow. L are indebted to Mr. Sergeant for late Ra nks papers. |{,area's ano Putnam's Magazines for March ] 3t M'Mechen's Literary IJepot kiB D?vid White, one of the Union Line, left hisville yesterday morning for this port. "We'll rt her with three loml huzzas." r,IE Thos. Swax.v, as we see by the Louisville tocrs, created quite a sensation among the goodly bizens of that city on her recent arrival there. Vjld geese are now migrating from the South the North. We saw several flocks of them nog on Saturday. A sure harbinger of Spring. Peesoxs wishing to subscribe for the Eastern Slits car. do so by calling at M'Mechen's Lite y Depot. The...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 1 March 1853

INT-BLLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. Tux undersigned take this occasion to remind their friends \nd the public generally, that in connection with the office of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up for ? he execution or all kinds or PLAIN ANDOKNAMKNTAIi PBINTINO. Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la test styles of lob *ype, and their large and well selected slock of paper, cards, inks, 6cc., being purchased at the o?vest Cash prices, and the Job Office being a distinct de partment, carefully and efficiently managed, they can guaran* \oe to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the Neatness, Accuracy and Promptness, with which their work will be done. They are piepared to execute Ca*m, Prooramkxs, Circulars, Posters, Labels, Concert Bills, Bill Heads, Bill Tickets, Bills Ladiko, Steamboat Rilu, Bank Checks, Auction Bills, Order Boors, Drat Tickets, Deeds, Freight Books, Notes, Railroad Blanks, Receipts, Hotel Resisters, Protest...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 2 March 1853

<)I,UMK WHEELING, VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 2. 1853. NUMBER 158 r|jc U)l)ccims IS n BT.lSH?i? 1LV TK! ? KHKLV A.MI U KKKLY, KY SWEAPJNGEN & TAYLOR, f?- '? H. FErJD?*?vT nn [ EDITORS. JLIVER I- TAYLOR,^ liHKICE?2,? Wai** Street, between Mcr.ioc Quiacy TEB.If. Lilly, ?*r or iO cents jer iveek ? S^on , w?UF?r?r*m,unL jr-eeUr " ? TKKJI* OF AOVKKTISIXCJ. I T'U linn nuking a. Square. ] [ one square, ? insertion. S ,50 3,00 2,00 I 1 .? <? 3 " 1,00 ;? .. ?? I week. 1,50 $ .. - 2 " 2,50 5 . *' l montli 1.0') -iu .. ?? ?> - 6.00 .. ? *? s.oo 8 .. ?? le ?' io,oo ' Vka*lv Advertisements?1 squate, with the iivile?' Uf "? -."urges, | or annuum 15,00 Oi'e -cuaie, f-er quarter, changeable at pleasure. 5,00 ,iisii/?5ana Professional Cards, Cper annum,) not exceeding 5 lines, 6,00 Fn* Lo.V'' AHVEUiisexests, liberal discounts will be iJe an tke above rates. Xy"Keli5i?AK notices, and advertisements for Charitable sntui:uirfand Fire Companies, inserted gratuitously. [O^Jlarriagcs and De...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 2 March 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PENDLETON, * rj,,fnro OLIVER I. TAYLOR, S ?jaitOTB' I*ubliahed at No. 41, Wuter Street, R KT WREN MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR. E. I?. SWEAR1KGKN.] [OLIVER 1. TAYLOR. TK1UIN.?DAILY, per annum, *5 Oil (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TK1WEEKLY, per annum, - ? ??:* Oil WEEKLY, per annum, .... ?1 OO ?WHEELING, VA:? WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1853. [^Correspondence of the Wheeling Intelligencer.] Tick Capital?Office Seekers?President Fill more's last Levee?The Cabinet?Congress, ?k.c. Washington, D. C. Feb. 26, 1853. The Capital is filled with a dense mass of people from all parts of the Union, brought here by the approaching inauguration and a preparation for a new administration. Among the crowd, it does not take the closest observer to discover swarms of office seekers, crowding the hotels, lounging around the Capitol and haunting the departments, seeking the favor of those in or soon to be in power. The last levee of President Fillmore was hel...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 2 March 1853

UOMEDKPaUTMENT. WEDNESDAY .MORNING, -MARCH 2, 1S53. I To Printers?A chance for a Good Bargain Korsa>* al (he iluily Iiilelli^encer Office, a large font o ^*1LL i'ji A, Alii! a small font (ir fir* Typr, capable o ....ins very passable work on Pamphlets or lilanks. j( ?allbesoW cheap, ifapplicaiion be uiade immediately. Tilt Steamer Ar.vix Adams.?The Pittsburgh I o' yesterday, says steam was raised on '. i beautiful boat on Saturday merely tj> try the ' ,.iints of her machinery; every thing worked to I t';,e entire satisfaction of all parties. She will ,T al trip during the week. TheAlvin nuke a sl'"r; fastest boat belonging to the ?i.'nioa Line." S:" ! Ala,ns Avill l>e the fa i.'.c was built under the direction of Capt. A. Jacobs, and will be commanded by | Cap'.. G. W. Norton. The Daviu U'iiit: is expected at our landing early to-morrow morning. We extract the tollow i regard to f'-r, from the Louisville Times: -Another new and splendid steamer istt.au her place in this lin...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 2 March 1853

BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. Tin: undersigned take this occasion to remind tliei r friends and the public generally, that in connection with the oitice of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Otfice expressly fitted up lor ;he execution of all kinds of A.IVDOR.'VAITlEIVTAE. PKUVTIXCS. Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la? test styles of Job *ype, and tneir large ami well selectod htock **:' paper, cards, inks, ?!fcc., being purchased at the o^est Cash pi ices, and the Job Otlice being a distinct de partment, catefully and efficiently managed, they can guaran* *.ee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the .Vcatuemi, Accuracy and ProinptneM, vith which their work will be done. They ale prepared toexecuto CiBDSi, Prouraxhks, Circulars, Poster*, Labels, Concert Hills, Hill Heads, Ball Tickets, Hills Ladimu, Steamboat Hilvs, Hank CnicKs, Auction Bills, Order Books, Dray Tickets, Dkeds, Freight Bookh, Notes, Railroad Blanks, Receipts, Hotel Registers, Protests,...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 3 March 1853

VOLUME 1. ????J WHEELING. VA., THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH NUMBER 159 ?|)c lUlicdiitg lutclligencer, 13 rrBI.!BHTU 0\1LV rKJ V/KKKI.V iXDWEEKLY, IIY sWeARINGEN &. TAYLOR, ^ RMMMWat*-] ["? "? TAVI.OU. j H. { EDITORS. OLIVER I- TAYLOR, \ OFFICE?No. 21, W'at.iT Street, between Mcrroe :M Quiacy. TKKJ1H per ani*m S6.*1 or 1" cents per week rn UTMUy, |?r?niwiB 3,00 ?x?ar - ? '?ou TEBn.? OF AOVKRTIHINCS. jTV-n line* ixakittg a Squxrc. J uue squire, 1 inaertiou, $ ,50 3 ? 111.ininj.Tirrrrrr i,*? it " I week, 1,50 ?? 2 " 2,50 ?i " i montii, v. *1,00 2 " 5,00 <? <J ?? 8,00 ? ? 12 ** 10,00 fo* YcaH.t .A orERTisuirxTs?1 square, with the privilege of ^"unges, ]<er aiinuum, 15,00 One square, ?vr quarter, changeable at pleasure, 6,00 Hujinessana i*rrrTess?oual Cards. (per annum, ) not esc?edins"? lines, 5,00 Fo* Loxu Advkktisexests, liberal discounts will be nude in the above rates. i Xf"Kettgiou* notices, and advertisements for Charitable \nstitotiens and Fire Companies, inserted gratuit...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 3 March 1853

daily intelligencer" J. H. PENDLETON, ) Wit? OLIVER I. TAYLOR, \ ?,CULOrB' (*iibli?hcd at No. 'il, Water Street, MKT WEEN MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, B\ SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR. K. ?. SWEARINGEN.1 [OLIVER 1. TAYLOR. TEU.1IM?DAILY, per annum S-"* 0<> (Or 10 Cents per Week.) Till-WEEKLY, peraiiuuin, ? ? ?<l WEEKLY, per annum, .... St OO ?WHEELING, VA:? THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1853. Cleveland Road. The Wellsville Patriot publishes an extract from this paper of last week and the comments of the Wellsburg Hercld theieon, and remarks thereon as follows: "Wcare glad to learn, from the above extracts, lhat our neighbor* of the Wheeling Intelligencer and Wellsburg Herald, have settled their long seaming differences, and that they are now work ing, har.noniously, for the mutual benefit of all interested in the construction of the Wellsville branch on the Virginia side. Gentlemen, this is rsght; and none more than ourself rejoice at this fraternizing. We now look forward with confi ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 3 March 1853

HOME department. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1S53. To Printers?A chance for a Cood Bargain. For sale it the Daily Intelligencer Office, a large font or ? u PiCA, aiwl a small font of Fica Tvhk, capable of jiMBZ very passable work on Pamphlets or iilanks. It w:li 5*e sold cheap, if application be made iimnediately. Tub Wkatiikh, yesterday and day before, was decidedly suicidal?cloudy, damp, and cliilly, with -jjfcely enough of s insliine to hang a hope upon. Dkiuwkk-?We understand that a man by the i name of Motell, a deck-hand on the steamer Flag, and whose family reside in this city, fell off [ the boat, on her upward trip, and was drowned. \ Goos> Pi LI-?Yesterday we witnessed a horse nulling a dray through the mud, with a wheel oc casl .nally sunk to the liubb, upon which was a hdx wei"bi?? three thousand tiro hundred pounds. Ma J - II- Djcxbv, Ksi|., was yesterday, elected Cashier of the Merchants' and Farmers' Bank of Wheeling, in place of Mr. Joux List, resigned. ' .Mr. S. s...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 3 March 1853

iltf T .fclliljl G-J3 N C JsJR BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. Tin: undersigned take this occasion to remind their friends 11 ill the public generally, that in connection with the ollice of the Daily lntelligcncer, they have a Job Office expressly littcil up Tor .he execution or all kinds or PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTINO. 'l'hciv materials being u>outly uew, aud embracing the la test styles of Job 'ype, and tneir large and well selected stock uf paper, cards, inks, Ac., being purchased at tho o*vest Cash pi ices, and the Job Office being a distinct do* ?ariment, carefully and efficiently managed, they can guaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the rVcntncMM, Accuracy and ProinptneM, vith which their work will be done. They are prepared to executo Cards, Programmes, Circulars, Postsks, Labels, Concert Bills, Bill Heads, Ball Tickets, Bills Lading, Steamboat Rilt?s, J?jink Checks, Acction Bills, Order Books, Dray Tickets, Deeds, Freiqut Books, Notes, Railroad Blanks, Re...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 3 March 1853

IWTKIiIjIGBN G?!R BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. The undersigned lake this occasion to remind tlieir friends tnd the public generally, that iu connection with the Olfice of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Oilice expressly fitted up for he execution ol all kinds or J?S.AIX A\ l> OK\A Jl KMA I, PU? M I>^. Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la* lest styles of Job *ype, and tbeir large and well selected it mi; if ,<apei, cards, inks, ?Vc., being purchased at tlto om.cst Cash pi ices, and the Job Office being a distinct do V.mment, caiefully and efficiently managed, they can guavan* tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards tho \ratnmi, Accuracy and Promplnru, villi which their work will be done. 1 hey aie piepared to execute Cards Pruoraxmrs, Cltt( n.iliS, Pouters, Labels, CoN( krt Kills, Hill IIradx, Ball Tickets, Hills Lading, Stumdoit Huw, IUvk Ciicckk, Acction Hills, Order Books, Dray Tickets, Deeds, Freiuht Hooks, Notes, Railroad Blank*, Receip...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 4 March 1853

VOLUME I. WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1803. NUMBER 160 ?|)c iUiiccling 3ntclligcnccr, IS PUBLISHED liULY, TKI WEEKLY AN1) WEEKLY, BY SWEAR'NGEN &. TAYLOR, K. fWIXUSMS.) t?- '? TAYt.OR. J H. ( EDITORS. OLIVER I- TAYLOR, \ OFFICE N?- 21, Water Street, between McrToe nud Quincy. TEK.1IS. Uiily, l*r annum 2^,0? or 10 cents per week Tri Weekly, per annum 3,00 .4 | o~ Weekly ^ 1,1 TUBUS OF ADVKRTWIIVfi. ?7Vn lint* making a Square, j ?ne square, 1 insertion ? ?o0 a 3 ?? rirrrrmrrirrrrrrrrrrrr r i,'oo .. ?? I week 1.50 2 " 2,30 I mouth 4,00 o .. 5,00 G " 8,00 .. jo " 10,00 coP VEA.KI.Y Ahvertisements?1 squaie, with the p'ivilfi'* ??f ^Viuges, jicr ainiuuni, 15,00 One sQCirr, per quarter, changeable at pleasure, 6,00 Business?nu Professional Cards. (per annum,) not exceeding''lines, 5,00 Fo* Lon" Advertisements, liberal discounts will be on the above rates. 33-KeIigious notices, ami advertisements for Charitable Institotions ami Fire Companies, inserted gratuitously. ?3"Marri...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 4 March 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PENDLETON, > OLIVER L TAYLOR, \ I*ubliaked at No. 41, Water Mtrect, BKTWKEN MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, B\ SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR. E. n. S WE A ring EN. 1 [oi.iver 1. TAVLOE. TKIt .US.?DAILY, per annum, Oil (Or 10 Cents per Week.) * TR1-WEEKLY, per annum, - - ?:* 0(l WEEKLY, per annum, ? ? ? 81 Oil ?WHEELING, V A :? FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1853. John M. Oldham, Esq. We have heretofore referred to the active yet si lent course of our worthy Delegate from this coun ty. A letter from Kichmond speaks as follows: "John M. Oldham, Esq., the youngest member of the uelcgiition from Ohio County, has performed his representative duties with exemplary fidelity. Modest, sensible and attentive, he serves his con stituents without display and is useful without ostentation. His good qualities engage the esteem of those who know him, and his colleagues have appreciated the assistance he has rendered." TTThe extract, &c., from the Staunton Spectator should have app...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 4 March 1853

HOME DJjPAUTMENT. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1353. The Datid Wiiitk brought up 150 through pas seriffers. She had about the same number of way passengers. Is Yesterhay*s paper, we misstated the name of the Hank, of which Mr. List resigned the cash icrship. It should have been Manufacturers and Fanners Rank. Wk are indebted to .Mr. W. P. Pic;max, the thegwitlctuaiilf^lerk of the David White, for Hit s of late J-oujki ille and Cincinnati papers. TmeUivih Wuite.?This beautiful boat, the third of the I*?ion Line, arrived at our landing yesterday morning, and fully meets the descriptions heretofore i'iven of her by the papers of Madison and Louisvii e: and, in o-.ir opinion, fully comes) up to the high standard adopted bv the Union Line Co:?ipa 11 v f ir .11 their boats, both as regards I her model and speed, and the external and inter- i nal arrangements of her cabin, etc., for the com fortaodcoavcu.ence of passengers. Certainly no Wheeling man can look at the beautiful boats of this line...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 4 March 1853

i.JNTT.hJljJLIG-.ENC.ER L5GOK AND JOB OFFICE. The undersigned take this occasion to remind their friends M:d the public generally, that in connection with the otlico or the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Ollice expressly fitted up Tor -he execution or all kinds or I'JiAIX AKDOUNAnKlVTALPRINTIIVG. Their materials being uiostly new, aud cuibracing the la test styles of 4u?> *yi?e, and tneii large and well selected stori. ??'. j.ape:, cards, inks, ?fcc., being yurchased at tho oH*est Cash pi ices, and the Job Office being a distinct de* V&rtment, caiefully and efficiently managed, they cauguaran* Ire to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards tho IVeatuesa, Accuracy and Promptness, ?vith which their work will be done. They are piepared to execute Cards, Prooruim^, C.RCCLARS, P OSTKRK, I.VBELS, Co.ll'ERT BlLLS, Bill Heads, Ball Tickets, Hills Lading, Steamboat Kil!4, Hank Checks, Auction Hills, Orper Books, Dray Tickets, # Dkkd*, Freight Hooks, Notes, Railroad Blank...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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