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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 1 June 1860

lailn^tttclligcttccv. The Four Traveller*. BT FRAXCLS BROWN. At iny Cither's lxjanl no free: And he asked them why tliey left their land, And why they crossed the den. One Maid for bread, and ono fur gold. And one for a cause of stiifc; And one he caine fpr a lost loje's sake. To lead a s tranter *s lift-. They dwelt amoug our handets long. They learned each mountain way: Tliey sluirwd our sports in the woodland's green, And by the crags so gay? And they were hr.ire by Ao<m1 and field, And they were blithe in hall: Bnt be that led the stranger's life, Was blithest of them all. Soine said the grief of hi* youth had passed, Some said his love grew cold; But nought I know if this were so, For the tale was never told. His mutes .they found both homtx tuid.friends, . Their h&uls and hearts to rest: We saw their flocks and fields increase, But we loved htm still the best. Now. he t' at came to seek for bread, Iw lord of my father's laud ; And be that fled mo far from strife, I lath...

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 June 1860

VOLUME 8 NUMBER *211 WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE *2. I860 n.l.Mr.l* AND I'l-liLlSJIKD VY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, nTELLlGE.VCER RI ILDIXGS, .V. K. cor??r of Quince and J/utu-Stx. TE71MS: fi ?fly, (by mull, payable In m?1 vance,).. 45.00 |.v the Week, fjwyable to tlioCaniors.). 10 Tri-Weekly. (per year.payable In advance,) 3,00 Advert lslngd?#ne on reasonable terniu. All .ulrertl^nn-nts fromadf?it?iic<?,nrfronj transient city customers, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO, OF C11A itLOTTS VILL E. VA. i 0?TAt;? $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. ?' of PirrsuL'.'.^u. im. /-.r.T<l #300.000 OF JJAKKISKl'tSO. PA. C.w-itAL $300,000 Uaafor City Insurance ('o. OK PHILADELPHIA. PA. ? * \?it ?l 5503,C40 fp.'fE s'lfiv Cnnij?:inie? Invir.jrappointPiI t'?o nn?li?r [ *igne>l th' ii* Apetit i'?r Wheeling. n:??l vicinity, r..is!?I r?tj|5PClfnl]r eolicit the pitr'inurt- ofthd public. Mi<10i>mp!i?ii03 nri> well Known to bertr^tclxus ofllc?. j A!! h?c...

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 June 1860

#ilg QuUlltytvtttx CAMPBELL & M^DEEMOT," EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TKKMS.?Dailt, delivered In city, j?er week, 10 ccnts Daily, by mail, in advance. $6.00 Tri-Wekxlt, by mAll, In advance,... JJ,00 Wiolt, by mail, In advance^- 1.00 W II EElTnG: Saturday Morning, June 2,1860. Republican Club. ?XTOB REGULAR SEMI-MONTIILY MEETING OP X the Republican Club will take place this even ing, at their quarters, in Hornbrook'a Hall. A full attendance is requested. E. M. NORTON, Pres't. H. C. FLESHES, Scc'y. Jc'2 Some of the papers opposed to Lincoln, show a most ridiculous zeal in hunting up prognostics of his failure and arguments against him. The last charge that has been brought out is that be id not a hand some man. Even the grare Boston Courier tells us that this may "have an important bearing upon ihe election.'* There is time for the Democrats to consider thii< and bring out a beauty at Baltimore. If homely men are to be tabooed in politics, the num ber of candidat?s for public offic...

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 June 1860

gjaip ? utetligcucuv tj. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, -fflo Satxirlay Morning, June 2,1860. mTlitaey NOTICE." TIIEKK WILL 15K A BIKfcTiN i OP COM- 1J K ji\\y A, ?t their Arninry. on & t inlitj- cren-fi T inc. the -M in-f- Thorn Is but-inc-s of fuijioit- fir if Hnf* to be transacted, nud a lull attendaiicu is ft drfirwl. II}- order of C.im'dt. jel-2td (gfllAli.?On Wednesday last during ibe r.iiti storm, hail stones as large almost da Iicds eggs, fell i" abunduuce ft few miles northeast of the city, breaking win dows and tenting the branches off the fruit trees. The damage was considerable. gS'-A Tukee Pays Mebtiku commenced in the Grove at Martinsville, yesterday morning. Rev. Mr. Bacon, a Cniversulist prculier, is officiating. Tiie Kav. gentle m:in will preach to-morrow morning nnd evening, and all are invited lo attend and I hear. Pic->'ic at Kosu Grove.?The Rja^'b and Randy Fire Comp mv are issu- I jnir irritations to a Pic-Nic Party to lie hud at U...

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 June 1860

?iilu?utel\i$tiittv. [From the Oliia Farmer.] Spring Music. There is a little singer In the grass; Its voice tails sad and quaint. Like the praying of a saint, As we pass? The cricket is the singu la the gnm. There is a rain of mc rfc From the fid wera; Its br.-y hum ?>f *>ng Seems the echo of & dream Of summer hours ? The bees are the siegers la the flower*. A melody is filling Prom the skj: A tanefol note of praise. Pure as angel singers raise To God on high? The lark is the linger In the sky. A spirit voice Is ringing Ereirrwhen*: It greets the violet's bl?m In its frxgrxat elorer home, And the leaf in air God is the singer Every where. A PICTURE FORT BE TIMES. a^HE UNION NOT IN DANGER WII?N TIIB SHADE OF WASHINGTON 15 BEFORE US. SPIRIT OF THE UXIOX. Size 13xlT inches. This truly patriotic and elaborate Picture- la OH Colors xepreaeuts a correct full length portrait o' WASHINGTON in military cc^tnme. illustrative o * the Allowing verses from William Rose Wallace" a Poem...

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 June 1860

VOLUME 8 WHEELING, VA? MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 4, I860 NUMBER 242 riilXTKU AND PUBLISHED 11Y CAMPBELL & M'DERffiOT, XXTEI.I.IGENCER BUILDIKtiS, jV. ?. earner of Qnincy anil Main-Sts. T ERMS: P n'l.v. (by mail. payable in advance.)... $5.00 Ky the Week, (j?ayal>le to the Carriers,). 10 Trl-Weekly, (p*r year. payable in advance,) 3,00 .Advertising done on reasonable terms. All n-lvertiscmenta from a distance, or from transient city ciiatomer*. muat be paid in advance. ~I N S TJ R A N 6E7 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CTIAKLOTTSVILLE. VA. CtPiTO. .$400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK PITTSBUHtJir, PA. CiPlTAL $300,000 Commonweaifh Insurance Co, OK HAUUISHUIUt. I'A. Capital $.*Wo,00o Quaker City Insurance Co. OF I'UILADEJ.l'IIIA, PA. Capital $'4oo.<kk) rilili: abov ? Oompaiiif- havii?Kappofnted the under |_ sMuiied tleMi* Azeiit for Wheeling. ami vicinity, would res|Krct fully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Companies art* well known to be first cl*itt? offices. Ail prom...

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 June 1860

attg CAMPBELL & M'DEItMOT,~ EDITORS AND PROPRIETOBS. TKKMS.?Dajlt, delirered in city, per week, 10 cents Daily, by mail, in adranoe^ -$5.00 T*J-Wxrxi.T. by mail, in advance^.. S.uO YFoxly, by mail, in advance- 1,00 ' W H K E L I NO: Monday Horning', Jane 4,1860. Tbe telegraph announces to us this morning, a letter from the lion. Edward BaUi, addressed to O. If. Browning, of Quincy, 111., "advising his friends to dD their utmost to secure tbe election of ? Lincoln and Hamlin, and expressing the opinion that they should not waste their votes on Bell and Everett.'' And so we go> All the candidates and everybody else joins in the support of "Honest Old Abe"?tbe next President of these United States Accosdisg to the X. Y. Tribune, Hon. Hen ? ry J. Raymond expects to succeed Govern or Seward as U. S. Senator. William M. Evarts, however, is understood to be tbe choice of Mr. Seward. Mr. Evarts was the counsel for tbe State of New York in the celebrated Lemmon slave case recently tri...

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 June 1860

OS, Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Monday Morning, June 4, I860. Old Times.?In the clerk's office of tlie Court, on Saturday, we were shown the lirst deed book and the first order hook ever used in Ohio County. They are old and musty, worn and blotted, but mnny of the records ore still legible and afford a striking contrast, when compared with the well bound book? and elegant penmanship the present div. The first proceedings of Ohio County Court wera had nt a pi ice culled Black's Cabin, now West Liberty. A Sheriff, clerk, and other officers were recommended to his honor the Governor, and ? jail and court house were ordered to be built. The nunie3 of those participating in the court preceding?, and recorded in deeds, arc the familiar nnniCS Still of the county. At that time Ohio county was a wilderness, and con tained an extent of territory, which now formes two or three dozen counties. We fancy there was very little of what i3 now called "dig." among the hono...

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 June 1860

Jessica and I In Slay. BY KLLA FARM AN*. The birds go visiting their kith. The trees are flashing with their winging. The morn ii? cool and purple with The wine-like sweetness of their (ringing: The Spring is in my heart, my heart b tender. And. gently as the laughing day. Together Jessica and I walk under These heavenly sapphire heavens of Shy. And I chide her while I am chid. . Aft tenderly we both remember How dark it toe wed, and all we did One day in dark, mid-December: I waa not good, and Jessica was naughty? She would not say who stolo herring Was I not wronged??and Jessica was haughty; The woe on woe such two can bring! She frowned?I tramped off through the snow, And had no faith in Spring's soft weather, Nor thought like this through Slay to go? Dear Jeaeica. and I together. Obi ehe is sweeter than the Spring, or any Fair maid who makes this May the sweetest May To any swain; and I shall call my bonnie Love Jessica, a thrilling name to-day. A PICTTTB.E FOR THE TIMES. rrtnE ...

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 June 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE o, I860. NUMBER 243. I'KINTKD AND PUBLISHED KY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ISTKLLIGEXCER HCILDIXG8, y. E.wner of Quinc-/ and Main-XU. 'V XO 32MS: f? illy,(by niitfl, payable in advance,).- $5,00 lu the Week, /payable to the Carrtera.}. 10 Tri-Weekly. (per year, payable In advance,) 3.00 ^"Advcrtking done on reasonable tennn. All advert tegmenta from a distance, or from transient city customers*, must be paid iu advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. 01' CJIA RLOTTSVTLLJ3, VA. Cxwr.it, ?*00,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF riTTSIIUliUII, I'A. Capital $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF H.lltKlSBUKG, PA. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF I'HILADKI.PHIA, PA. Capital $500,000 flMIF nb'fvr n-)-nj)rinfe? !r?r::ijrnppointe'l the nmler X signal therr A*rc:it for Wheeling, anil vicinity. wouM rripcctfally solicit the patroiiaco of the public. Co:rif?:tnfcs nre well known to beflr?tcWsa ofTlces. Aii ioaso.-i .promptly iwljusteil...

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 June 1860

The other day wepublished tbe Doug las-Lincoln questions and answer, dunng their joint campaign in Illinois in 18-s, ?. quoted by Senator Benjamin in bis recent speech. Our readers recollect that Ben jamin especially praised the answer* of Lincoln, as being not only straighttorwaru nnd candid, bnt as being nncipectedly conservative. . Bv turning to the debate from which the Senator qnotcd, we find that Lincoln fol lowed up his replies with the following more detailed comments: ..Now, my friends it wUjl b. pe-^ed, upon an ""J,'*onIr aDd STS 1 was not ulcdged to this, that?* or the other. The Judge has not framed his j^^^d^h.^we^ ^s^SSttirssK. wVkeupT leasi some of these questions, /'think under the Comtitution of the I n,t(d iS?8Z* i. -tRXiSZ. s? -11 rr ss?!rra to it without lessening its efhciency^ ' upon the general question of SlaVerj. "In regard to the other question, of whether I am pledged to the admission of m ?vp States into the Tjnion, 1 Snoa vo" frankly that I would he exce...

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 June 1860

giiiiu gfuftogtum tjs, Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virpri nia. Tuesday Morning, June 5,1860. ggjSrA Pbizs FiqttT.?It may surprise sonic of our renders to kiiou- tliut a regular ?rjZi-light has been secretly planned and executed in tile most brutal manner with ja the corporation limits. On Saturday i night last, about twelve o'clock, two Welshmen, who arc employed in some of: the rolling mills, met in wiint is known ns i the old grave yard, near the Hcmpfield, 1 and forming a ring according to rules, and j appointing officers, pitched into one an oiher in real dead earnest. There wore ! nbout sixty persons present, including j so .0 women and children, who viewed the sanguinary contest from within d jors. j Tao "virgin qneen," the moon, though she doubtless had little sympathy with such a sight, held tile candle for the business ; and afforded sufficient ligliu They fought, i we are told, forty-three rounds iu about ! one hour. One of the men was beaten up j and gouge...

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 June 1860

ait]j ?fttMUgcttcer. Miss Harriet N. Austin, editor of a re form paper in Danrille, &. Y., devotes a long article to the subject of her making np. Here is an important item: '-Mj pan taloons are all cnt at the bottom like gen tlemen's. I like them better than straight ones; and those which =omc ladies have worn, full and gathered nt tbe bottom, are 'unmentionable/ Mr pattern was cut by a tailor, his trife taking the measure.'' The spinster's precaution, as stated in tbe last sentence, was doubtless to show what she was after at the tailor's shop, was "meas ures, not men." Nice girl is Harriet; not ronng enough to be giddy, certainly, but rather lunar on pantaloons.?Boston Pott. A Plea fob Old Maids.?A woman at the a^e of thirtv-three and a third years, who has never been married, is considered passee; i3 called an '-old maid/" and the term is most unjustly used in derision.? Tbe veiy fact ot being an old maid is pri ma facie evidence of the possession of pu rity, prudence and se...

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. — 6 June 1860

VOLUME 8 NUMBER 244 WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING. .TUNE 6. 1860 . m>TKI?.A^.l'L'JII4Sy?Q J1V - - CAMPBELL&M'DE?mOT, lXl'EIiLlGEXCER BVlLDINtiS, iV. K. aimer? <?/ Quincy and JUaitf-Sts. 'V IS JT 2WL h s D iil v, (!*.>* ttuiil?.pay!il?le ia advance,X- ......$5.00 hy tlit* Week, (payable to the Carriers,). .... 10 lYi-Woek ly^ppryunr, payable iu tuUniice.) 3,00 Advertising; done on reasonable terms. All advert Foments from n difcffeh'ee, arfmm transient city customers,'ninst La |?aid in advance; IN S UJR ANCJE^. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF rilAKLOTTSVILLB, VA. $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance t'o. ok !?in>iitri:?if; pa. Csmtal ?r ? $.'100,000 I Commonweal Insurance Co, OK II YRHISHUKO. PA. Caitt a : .7........ ....'. ?:oo,ooo UuaKcr City Insurance-Co. OK PHILADELPHIA, PA. Cawtai $000,000 rilllK above Companies havingapiHunted the under? signed t!????!? At f.?r Wlit'i'Iin^. ninl vicinity, won 1.1 respectfully solicit the (wfmnajtc'oftho public. Said Companies are well known...

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. — 6 June 1860

jfitilg fnteUigencet CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, ? DITOIIS UD PROrRIITOKS. TUXB.?DiHT, dailTind inrily, per ?k, 10 miU Dult, by man, is minnna ti,00 Tu-wmLI. br Biaii, in xtrmnny.. 5.00 Vuilt, by mil. lialMH, l.<*> wITeeTT N O : Wednesday Morning, June 6, 1860. The speech of Rev. G. Bttttllt, of this city, delivered before the General Confer ence of the Methodist Church at Buffalo, which we published yesterday morning, is j a sound, practical document, and in our ? opinion, evinces a wbolesimo mixture of I good sense, worldy wisdom and religious fervor that is as rare aa it is commendable among the clergy. As a role, preachers are a very impractical set of men. Their minds are mostly given to the dogmas of the church and they seem to ignore the practical workings of every day life to socb an extent that with here and there an exception, it can be said now, as it was anciently, that ? "the children of this generation are wiser than the children of light." The recent Conference at ...

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. — 6 June 1860

aUg f uMIigt urn *a- Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western "Virgi ma. S* Wednesday Morning, June 8, 1860. A Card to the Public. DIl LANCASTER, THE CELEBRATED CORN 4 Otininn Doctor, H at the McLuro Howe. Be removes all thn*c painful excrescence* without pain or drawn blood. IIo has relieved over SO persona nl readv of Ihoco painful oxcreacencea who will totify to to ability. N. D- Ijadiea who do not wiali to call to iec toe- bv le.iving their addreatea at ths Mcl.urc House will rocclro prompt attention. N.B. I charge nothing extra fur calling at tho residences of thoaa who nexl >nv professional lender*. N. II. Wart* re mov?k l'implf* on the lace or Ktccklesall removed successfully. A* I intend renmlng in Wheeling for a period of years I will go any distance in the country I.ot excedin ! Ave mile*. X. B. Having 10 year* ex perience in tl'o lonineas enables mo to operate Skill fully and iucn?riiUjr. I will remove Pimples or Fr?kle? of tho Uco in 25 day?. II.I matter how badly ...

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. — 6 June 1860

jfajtij |g%tcttigenccr. Honest Old Abe of the West. Jkir?"Star Spangled Banner." [From the Chicago Pre*<.-J O hark I from the pint-crested hill* of old Maine Where the splendor first fells from the wings of the morning. And away in the West, over river and plain. rang* out the grand anthem of Liberty*?? w*ra!ng! From green-rolling prairie it *wdls to the wa. For the people have risen, victorious and frw Thsy have chosen their leaden*, and l?r?rt-?t and best Of them all & Ou? Abe, Hosejt Acs of the Wect! 13m spirit that fought for the patriots of old Has swept through the land and ^roused us forever; In the pure air of heaven a standard unfold Fit to marshal us on to the sacred endeavor: Proudly the banner of freemen veUtr; Noble the hopes that encircle it there! And where tattle is thickest wt follow the crwl Of gallant Old Abe, Hoxest Abe or the West! There's a triumph fn urging a glorious caaw?. Though the hosts of the foe for a vrhile may be stronger. Pushing oo for just r...

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 June 1860

NUMBER 245 VOLUME 8, WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 7, I860 Pt'.JNTKU AXU_1'L'IIU.?IIED 11V CAMPBELL & MTDERMOT, IXTKM.I?K?fCER nni.DIXU?, X.JZcoriiir of Quincy ami J/uw-St. DKUMS : Juily, (1'}' mnil.pa/ablu In ntlvance,).- tS.00 l.v tlio W<*k, (payable to tlic Carriers.)..? ]0 Tri-lVMkl/,<p?r>e?r,li able In adeauee,)? 3,00 42* AilvrrtiM'ng done on reasonable terms. AU ndvertf*'tnente from a distance. or from transient city cnxomtn, nut be paid in advance. INSURA N" C e7~ . $300,000 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF 0IIA IlLOTTS VILLE, VA. Capital,.? ..........? Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK PITTSBURGH. PA. Capitu. -... Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF HARRI5BUP.G, PA. Capital fcwo.ooo (lunkcr fily Insurance Co. OP PHILADELPHIA. PA. Capital $500,000 rflilE above Coiupuntc havingappointed the uuder I. signed their Ajrent for Wheeling, and vicinity, would respectfully elicit tlio patronage oftlio public. SaidCorajtatiies are well known to be* first class offices. All los;c0 ...

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 June 1860

jfailg gutelligeuccv CAMPBELL & MDEBMOT, editors axv r*oPBirroBs. THKMS.?Dia.1, deUrcnd In city. p?r weak, 10 cent* Daht. by mail, In advance 45,00 TU-Wzmi. by man. Inadvaocc, 3,00 W*ao.T,by mail, inadtanc*, - 1.00 W H E E L I N~gT: Thnrid&y Morning. June 7, I860. Oca Fibst Paoi.?Interesting political utieles will be foand on our 6rst page to day. That one headed '-The true issue of the canvass," is well worth every readers attention. A Repcblicak Elected is Wood Coun ty.?Going to Chicago as a Republican delegate don't hurt** man very bad in Western Virginia. We gee that our friend Wm. E. Stevenson, of Wood county, lias, since his return, been elected a Justice of the Peace. That trill do to commence with in Wood county. Wetull and Tyler Counties. We received yesterday, through the hands of Jacob Hornbrook, Esq., a club of forty-seven subscribers from Wetiel and Tyler counties. If heresy keeps on spreading at this rate It will not be long until Western Virginia is laid About...

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 June 1860

Jiiiljr gfttfelligcuter ^ Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. ??* Thursday Morning, June 7, 1860. Itepablicau Executive Committee There will be a meeting or the Republi can State Eexecutive Committee?one of whose duties is to farm nn Electoral tick et on Saturday afternoon next, at 3 o'clock, at the Republiciin Club Boom. jgy- 'Ht-LL Hath ho Fckv Lief a N'io oEttScoitsno."?There isncertain ebo-sliin gentleman of the race of Hum, who does the knife-shining on the steamer Woodside, nnd whose name might b ? "Xorville,on the Grampian hills," but in this country he is called Jeremiah. This gentleman has a wife On Monduycvcuiiig lust, the colored population had a fundango at St. Clairs ville, nad Jeremiah, like the donkey -old in story," having music in his ears and dancing in his heels, concluded to Attend. His charcoal belter half, not being of the, jr\y nndtlaunting style, and Jerry, desiring to create a sensation, and being, withal, of an inconstant disposition, enga...

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