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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 June 1860

The last number of Punch isn t verr brilliant, though the Urge picture is funny. It represents Hale Mr. Punch in his eve ning costume on a drawing-room sofa, sur rounded btr a charming group of listening and admiring ladies. It is entitled "Pam s Graceful recognition of the Preas or Fourth Estate," and i? intended to illus trate the truth of the jaunty Premier s re mark in Parliament, vix:? "Mr right Honerable friend has that the contributors to the Press are favorites and ornaments of the soc'al cir clea into which they enter. In <h*' " ion he is, it *eems to me perfectlr cor-n-ct; The gentlemen to whom hcreferEare^g erally speaking. persons of ^"'^ut tainments and information. B[rree natural that their society aboold Iw' -Me." ?ord Palmerrton in the Ilojtt of CommonM, Monday, Jfay T, 1880. Another picture is called the "Demoral izing Influence of the Late Fight.' Tom, who is an enthusiast of the P. R., actually insists on initiating his cousin An; in,? its mysteries. "20th Roun...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 8 June 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1S60. NUMBER 246. pjj 1 _vi Kl? AND PfTBLISlUSD BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT urEI.lICEXCEK CriI,DIS(SS, J\1 o f Qutiicy -aud J/.J itt-St*. rr 5 mall,payable In advance.).'..... *5.0 l.v :*10 Wtek.(payable to thoCiurfor*; 1 Tri-'U'rekly. fper year, payable in Ddvnnce,).?l..... 3,0 Advertising done on reasonable terras. All julTertisieineiitH from a distance, or from tran^icn city customer;*. must bo paid In auhtiore. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSTANCE CO, OF CIIA!:LOTTS\JTIitiE, VA. | WPITAt. Si'WjOO' Pennsylvania Insnrancc Co. of pirrsKVHHii, pa, CAPITA- $3()0,00i Commonweal insurance Co, of liAKRignnau. r.t. . J.100.00. Quaker City Insurance Co. OF i??iltAD>:U?IlIA. I'A. Capital $500,OCt fVUIE fibuveCtnipruilos hirfntrappofnted the tinder I tVdr Ajreni f?r WIineliiiK. ami vicinity, woulfi rrspcc! fully solicit the pntruuacc ortlic public. Paid Companies r " vrcH knawn to fin fir.it clo.".3 offices. A ii losses pruaiptl.v *'!justed. N'.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. — 8 June 1860

jfjaUg gutcllijf luft CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, XDITOBS ASD PBOPSIKTOaS. TKKMH?Ujult, dfcliver--l la eily, per w??k, 10 cent! Daily, by mslLIn *d*Twce? ?5,00 TU-Wihit. bj xcaU, hiadTsoc^..^.^ 8,00 Wmu, bj **fl, in advance ? 1,00 WHEELING: Friday Morning, June 8. I860. Early hours the House of Representa tives are getting to keep, according to the telegraph. A quorum for business was had through the compulsory power of the Sergeant-at-Arms at one o'clock yesterday morning. Tale about agitation dying away! How can it? Read the despatches this morn ing, and see how that the petition of Kan sas to be admitted as a State has again been hooted ont of the Senate. The Dem ocratic members, comprising a majority, have, we are told, held a caucus, and re solved to fix new geographical bonndarics to the Territory, and refer the whole mut ter back again for a new vote. Kansas will not vote again on this ques tion. She has already done so, and ex pressed herself unequivocally. Why should ?he do so...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 8 June 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Friday Morning, June 8, I860. Itei>ul>llca? Executive Committee i'bcrc will be a meeting of the Republi can State Eexecutive Committee?one of whose duties is to form au Electoral tick et?on Saturday afternoon nest, at 2 o'clock, at the Republican Club Room. ? g^yFATAL Aci I k. T?On Tuesday morn- i ingayouug man named Aqstilla Galloway, for sonic time pist engaged as a fireman on the Baltimore and Ohio Ruilroud, was suddenly killed. It seems that he was on the regular passenger '.rain which left Washington shortly alter si* o'clock, and j whilst passing along near theAgricultur.il ! College switch, he li i l occasion to lean , over for the purpose of examining a box j of the tender, which had become heated.! Whilst iu this position, his head came in contact with the ball of the switch, which knocked bitnolf the train. II13 uncle, Mr. William Galloway, who is engineer of the train, perceiving what had happened, im mediately s...

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. — 8 June 1860

Were X Bat His Own Wire. Ware IImt hie own wife, to guard and to guide Mm, *T?? little ofsorrow should fall on ray de*r; I'd chant my l>w lore-verses, stealing beside him, ?o &int a??d so tender his heart would but ban Td pull the wiM blossoms from talle.r and hichUnd. And there at his fiwt I wonWi Nr thrtn ail down: rd sing him the aonz* of our pwr stricken island. Till Ols heart was on fire with a lore like my own. There's a rose by his dwelling?I'd tend the lone trea sure, ...That-bo might bare flowers when the summer wonld coroe: There's a harp in hi* hall?I would wake iN sweet neaiar*. For be most bare mn?ic to brighten his h>nw. _ JTero I bat bis own wife, to gnide and t) guard him. 'TIS little of S32TOW tlwnM Call on my 4w. "Tor every kind glance my whole life wonld award him; In sickness I'd soothe and in sadness Td cheer. My b?art is a front swelling upward ft>re*er? When I think of my true lore, by night or by day. That heart keeps its ?ait like a fa?t flowing...

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 June 1860

J'j.'LXTED AXIi rCBWSnKD JIY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, i\rr.r.Tjr;E\CER BriLDixci.s, JV. K, oorjitr <;*" Quivcy mtfl Alpiii-Sts. TERMS: D oHy,(by mail, payable in advanro7)._ .$5.90 By i he Weak, (payable to the Carriers,}. 10 TrMVeekly, (per year, payable In advance,).... 3,00 Jf?~ Advert king done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, lnnst be paid in advance. -j IIST7EANCE. ALBEMARU INSURANCiE^CO. OF 01IA KLOTJ'SVJ L LK, YA. capital, $-100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF f'ITT.~'BUj.vill, PA. Capital $300,000 Commonv/eaifh Insurance Co, OF UARKiSIIUltO. PA Capita!. r..... $JOO.OOO Quaker City Insurance Co. 0?' PIIILADEI.l'IIIA. I'A. Capital ~ - &>0y.0e0 fTUIE above Companies h^finffftppointcU theumlsr L signed their Arenf ?">r Wheelinff. a?id v!oin?{y, wotilrl rosportfuliy solicit H'O pntnmajre of the pnhifc. S.iiclOwnpanfes.irQ ?cnwvn to he flr?rclns ofl;cea. All tosses promptly .I'ljustarf. X.C. ARTfTUH. A?t. fe...

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 June 1860

#ilg Intelligent** CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS JLXD PROPRIETORS. TH&M&?Daitt, delir??d in city, per week, 10 cents Daily, by mafl, in sdrance^~ J%s,oo Tu-Wxmi. by m?H, In advance, 100 WjadtT, by maO, in advmacc, l.Ou WHEELING: Saturday Morning, June 9,1860. Fontf Will Bolt. The Philadelphia Prat again distinctly avows its intention to boll if anybody but Dooglaa be nominated at Baltimore. Re ferring to the Douglas meeting of Monday night last, it says: "The Southern despots may read in this mighty demonstration the sign by which they shall not conquer. They may defeat the Homestead, the River and Harbor bill ?CDt Off appropriations to postotfices? ?sectionalize the Pacific Railroad?and refuse to assist in passing a fair Tariff bill ?all to degrade and fetter the free States, bnt the limit of Northern forbearance has been reached. TTiey can Jo no more!? Henceforth there will be no more cheating, and no more tyranny. At least so let us hope and pray. "We regret bnt one of...

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 June 1860

ailg iftttetligfum' as_ Larttest Circulation of ?n? Paper m Western Virginia. "KB Saturday Morning, June 9, 1860. itcpubllcnn Eiecuilve Committee There will be a meeting of the Republi can ijtate Eexecutive Committee?one of whose duties is to form nn Electoral tick et?on Saturday afternoon next, at 2 o'clock, at the Republican Club Room. BgyVEXCS, Jupiter, Castor and Pollux ore holding a Convention in tbe sky, but have not yet passed any resolutions or adopted any platform. Saturn has seceded. A race is be ing gotten up between Jupiter and the filly, ihe situ, for the goal. For some weeks Venus and Jupiter have been ncaring each other, but on Thursday evening Jupiter passed Venus about two degrees to the South, and will be six degrees west of her on the 20th of June, oi! which day the appareut motion of Ve nus toward' the sun becomes more rapid than th.it of Jupiter, so that ihe former will overtake ami pass the latter again 011 the "th of July, and will come into a line with the su...

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 June 1860

r-^ *CD TOO LATE. IDMVJTD C. BTfOlflS. Orcmcb no more by the ivied wall*, Weep no loader over ber P*T?; gtrew no flower* when evening till* Idly joa last what angeU gave! 8nt>efta< corer that silent monod. "With* warmer hue thau your rose* rau? To-morrow's rain wUhbedew the ground With a purer eireara than the teir* yo? shed. But neither the ?*?<? ?f the *catt?T-4 flowere. Nor tbe moralMWnligbt's?R?iom??d, Kerr all the eongs of tbe ?uraio-r oho?er?. tor back from that daant Saod lIRderwt tows art ever too latri She, who bawrwa- <*" "j'T J" Tbe cruel aornr* that was her fate. And tbe ??d? that were a mortal woe. Buth *e e?tt. ?al a??l? Tor tbe gentle spirit Sia flown And von can never her wrongs repa'r. Till ye me**, ap^n at the Joagnea. Pay Theee is a man in Brookiynio knowing th.t people who-don't"know their own minds, no to htm for laformaiiDn oo tbe sntject. . BtotctT unmarried l?di??re considered by <0016 some j>erson3 the least enviable ""oTill kindt of wailin...

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 June 1860

VOLUME 8 WHEELING, V A., MONDAY MORNING, JUNE II, I860, NUMBER ?248. PKJNTKD AND PUBLISHED IiY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, 13iTELLIGENCER BI'ILDIXG.8, i\'. ?.a>r?r of Qnincj awl J/ain-.Sts. T E K 31 S : p iilv.(by mail. payable in adrance.)... $5.00 lie Week, (payable t?> the Carriers,). lU Tri-Weekly,(peryear,payable in advance.) 3,00 t*jj Advertising d?>ne on reasonable tenia. A!! advertisements from a distance, or from transient city cu-Joiners, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF OIIAKLOTTSVILLB. VA. CirrrAi. ?100.000 Pi'iiusylvanla Insurance Co. OK PITTSBOllliU, I'A. C\?rr.Yl lil 3i>0,000 (jUll Jl OF ll.VRUIilH.'KU. I'A. flualuT City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. ah. ??.;'havinjrfippointed tlie under- , 1 ? .1 : . ; \_ -"t t-.r Wheeling, an i vicinity, ??'.nl?l respectfully solicit f iio palroiiaee of the public. , S:?i tf" ?inpuni?'S well ku-wn t? be fir-1 class offices. j Mi promptly mljasted. .V.C.ARTIICI?. Agt. feho?ly Office over th...

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 June 1860

laiig UnttfUigcttc* x CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AKD FBOPBIETORS. TK&MB.?Dailt, delivered in city, per veek, 10 ccnti DaUT, by man, in advance. $3.00 Xll-Wimj, by nil, in advance^ 2.00 Wesklt, bj nrafl, lotdruef* l.OG wheeling! Monday Horning, June 11,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOR PRKSIEKST, ABRAHAM LINCOLN!, OF ILLINOIS. FOB TIC* PKJS8IDE.NT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or luiiE. ELECTORS AT LAROE, Ceorie Bye. John MeLore. Jr. DISTBICT ELECTORS. Wrifcbt. I>ri Pittmitl. R. H. 6nr, w. K Ste.en.ro. TbooM. Todd. D. W Roberts. JMtph Apple*mte. J. S. Freeman. Thocnaa Hewitt. Jacob Hornbrook. JoMpfa BelL a V. Petercoo. G. D. Hall. vmcxu or thx mir mcrnrt ooMMrat j I. M. Pnmphrer. CVm. A. W. ClunpbeU, Stc>. I Meeting or the State Executive Com mlttec. Pursuant to the published call, a quo rum of the Republican State Executive Committee appointed at the State Conven tion held at the Athenienm, on the 2d of - M&y last, met on Saturday afternoon at the quarters of the Republi...

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 June 1860

irilg Ifutclligcuctf Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "5* Monday Morning, June 11,1860. jrSfTiiE Cknsus.?Now that the census takers have commenced work, it is impor tant that every head of a family should be prepared to give full and correct an swers to the questions submitted. This work, to be of any value, should be done correctly, and with intelligent census takers, the reliability of the reports will rest with the citizens answering (heir questions. The questions are such as any person can answer without unecessarily exposing his private domestic matters or business. The officers employed arc re quired to approach every persou civilly and respectfully. His object is to get cor rect information of value to the people and interests of the country. The obliga tion of the citizen is to help hiin all ia his power. With this abject and this obliga tion existing o? each side, the relations and the intercourse between the '.wo should partake of nothing but what is o...

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 June 1860

ailg ?ftttcniflcttccr. Cbolcr Receipts from "Phj'llck for the Poor." IPnblisfaed Id Loodoa. 1UT-] To make adj one that Sleptth answer to whatsoever tUou ask.?Take tbe heart of ool, and bis right legg, and put them upon tbe breast of one that slepetb, and they shall reveal whatsoever thou ask them. To know Anj Man or Woman's minde when they are Asleep.?Take the hart of a dOTe, and the legg of a frog, dry it well, and beat them to a powder in a morter, put this np in a linnen cloth, with three or four round pibble stones, as big as wal nuts, theo lay this upon the parties pit of their stomach, and they shall tell you all things that tbey done, if there is anything remarkable that troubles them. To make the Xose Bleed.?Take tbe leaves of yerrow, put it up to thy nose, this will make tbe nose bleed immedi ately. - To make ? Tooth Dtod out.?Mizaldus saitb that if-you make a powder of earth vorms and put it in the bollow of a rotten tooth, it will immediately drop out. How strange must ha...

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 June 1860

inrfent VOLUME 8. w HEELING, VA? TUESDAY MORNING. .TUNE 12, 1SG0. NUMBI T>TT OTTiTTic<ci rt a t?t>? i *5^ .. J . *tif I : t? ?i.. i j_ . *? . . . . . - ri Gira nc? Ttm incti M~ nv n\tiv ? . CAMPBELL & M'DERI lyTELLIGEXCEli B11LDI3 A". K. corner of Quincy and Main-SU T K II M S : D*.ily. (by mail, payable In a?l vance, V isy the Week, (payable to the Curlers.). Tri-Weekly. (per year, paynble Id advance,;.... ?5" Ail vert isiug done oa reasonable terms. All ft 1 vertlpements from a distance, or from t city customer?, must be paid in advance. INSUSANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE OF CHA ELOTT3VILLE, VA. Capital Pennsylvania Insurance of piTTsnrroii, pa. Capital Commonweal Insurance OV UARItlSBUKO, PA. C1 PITAt 1 Quaker City Insurance OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital - i riUlE above Companies havingapp&intecl thi jL signed Tiie'.r f?r Wheeling, and i would respectfully solicit the patronage of the &ddCompatriot are well known to be first elas AH losses promptly adjusted. X.C.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. — 12 June 1860

CAMPBELL & M DEBMOT, EDITORfi AND PROPRIETORS. aKMS.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 cents ^ Daily, by mail, in tdnutcv $5,00 .. Tu-wimr. by null, lu idrancn.... 3,00 Wmit.bj mail, intdnnct, 1,0b I, W H K E L I N G-: " ? ; p Tuesday Morning, June 12,1860. i( irginia Republican Ticket. th, TOR PRESIDENT, LBEAHAM LINCOLN, or Illinois. FOR VICB PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, di jc< ai or maiiot. I , ! tt ELECTORS AT LARGE, I P' George Rye. John McLure, Jr. !e DISTRICT ELECTORS. i tb Jobn Wright. I.e?l Piltm?n. I ftr R. H. Gray, W. E. Stevenson. Thomas Todd. D. W. Roberts. Joseph Applegate. J. S. Freeman. Thomas Hewitt. Jacob Hornbrook. Joseph Bell. 8. M. Pvterson. O. D. Hall. OOTCEas or TUB 8TAT1 KX1CCTIVX COMM1TTI1. I. M. Pumphrey, Ch'm. A. W. Oampbell, Sec'y. W* have interesting foreign news this orning. The weight of it is to establish le reports of Garibaldi's success?al loagh the rumors are conflicting and I bt ac cii mi al tei art tio tan lubtful. It is almost too good...

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 June 1860

lilg IfutelJigettctr Jail n =^. - ?. ? ' please jargest Circulation of any Paper m were f, Western Virgi nia. I really ?sday Morning, June 12,1860. ? i j BS$~ ^-I'UOSPECTS at' a golden harvest uro : for sc beginning to be confidently nnticipa- j streets All oar exchanges give the most j decide) iraging statements in rfifcnce to their districts. Pall nnd Spring grains, lotatoes, are descaibed at being all eart could wish, and ease and plenty season at least, seem to be within the I of ?i! largely concerned in these acts. To have such well founded 3 frustrated by some new and unei d casuality, would, after the experi oflust year, cause a wide spread feel f dejection among nio3t farmers, who class not remarkable for their reli on Providence, while it would affect nnncial interests of tile whole com ty our own county, husbandmen nrejn t over the fine appearance of their !, and are expecting with a most laud cantidence a lavish reward for their stry. The fuvor.ibleness of the sea has spu...

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 June 1860

[From the Atlantic Monthly.] BrtaflBf o?r Bhcavct with as. The time far tofl bax paaeed, mad night hi* coma. The laet ud Mddeat of the barren-em. Wars oat Jrith labor long and trearUome, SnoplAf lod feint, the ie?]^n butra home, Each tadao with Ma ifaam Lut of-tie 1*borer* thy feet I cats. Lord of the barren: and my spirit grievet That! am burdened out to much wit'i grain A* with a hearinen of heart and brain; Master, behold my shelved Few, light and vorthlM?yet their weight Throogti all my frame a wewj aching learn; lor long I rtrmxUd with my baplow f*re. And ?tayod *nd toiled till it was dark and late; Yet tbeae an all my abearer. Fall wen I know I hare more tare" than wheat; Bramble* and Bowers, dry atallu and withered Wherefore I fclnJj and weep, m at thy feet I knots! drwo reverently, and repeat, ??Master, behold my sheave*" I know tb*<e btew clustering haarily With evening dew npon their folded lcaree. Can claim no value nor utility? Therefor* ihaJl fragrance an i beauty be...

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. — 13 June 1860

NUMBER VOLUME S WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1SG0, '260. PRINTED AND PURLISIIED HY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, INTKIXIGENCKR nriLDTNGS, A". F..a/mrr of Quincy ami Main-Sis. TKRMS: rr ?n/,(by mail, payable in advance.).- $5,00 Ly i he Week, (payable to tho Carriers,). 10 Tri- Weekly? (perVoar.payablb in advance,)! 3,00 Advertising done 011 reasonable terms. AU advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, 'must be paid in udvance. INSURANCE . ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. ok rtHitMvrrsviM.i:, va. Cvr.?u *100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. of piTTsnup.iiii, pa. Cafjtu $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OK harktsblru. va. (,'lMTAL $300,000 Quaker City Insurniiec Co. OF PHIl.ADEI.PIIIA. PA. C.IMTAI $500,000 riillE ?ib..v.-('.>t'i|riiiK"' linviiisappolntctl lh<i iimler 1 nisiicl tl.. :r Aiient fnr Wheeling. nu.t vicinity, ^ioilld respectfully *>llcll tlic putmroiRC nftlio public, s .iiir.iiiiiMnl.-i iro well Iniown '? l><ifir*t clam oflicc*. Ali !^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. — 13 June 1860

Jililu jjutflliijciirc: CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS XST> PROPRIETORS. TKB.MS.?Daily, ddirertd in ctty. per *?k. 10 eer, Daily, 1?j nuuL in adrM** -$? To-WmiY. by sufl. in adr?acc: S, Wiiiiy, bj mail, inadu W H EEL IN G: Wednesday Morning', Jane 13. I860 Virginia Republican Ticket. POE PRESIDENT. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. or ILLISOIS. FOB VICE PEE=JDE>T, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or XAISZ. r.LECTOBE AT LARGE. George Bye. Jofan McLurt. jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. John Wright. UW Piitmtfi. R. H. Gr*r. TT. K. Sterenaon. Tbomu Todd- V. W. Robert*. Joaeph Applegaie. J. 5. Frewuau. Thotnil Hewitt. JacbHombrook. Joaepii Bell. a. M. Peterson. G. D. Hall. orr.clu or nu mn ma'nri comhittxc. I. M. PnmptireT, C'A'ct. A. W. Campbell, &r'jr. A wkjteb signing himself by the eupho nious and somewhat comprehensive title 01 "Interest Omnium," at Xew Martinsville, Wetzel county, undertakes in the Union to discredit our statement of baring received forty-seven subscribers Irom down that way the other day. For i...

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. — 13 June 1860

tyiu Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Wednesday Morning, Jane 13,1860. The Festival, last evening nt ?Washington Hall, we have only lime to say, ttb? the most successful of" the season.? Such anarray of beauty and all the sweets of this earth, seldom a;semble in the Hall. jjgT-Tnc Ladies of West Alexander will give n grand dinner on the Fourth of July next. We have 110 doubt that it will he a real old fashioned atf'air and that all who attend will enjoy themselves ns huge ly as they ought on the glorious Fourth.? r-'ee the notice in ourndvertising columns. j^yFiRE Ybsteui/ay.?Yesterday after noon a tire broke out in the stable of II. & J. Hubbard, near their Saw .Mill, and beinx n dry frame structure, it was soon destroy ed, The fire communicated lo some val uable lumber lying near, but the exertions of the firemen prevented Ihe spread of the llamus. The iii c is supposed to have orig inated from a cigar carelessly thrown among the straw. As u>ual the ala...

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