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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 June 1860

igailg pjatcUiijcttccr. "What's iu a. KameV The editor of the Pndncah Combiereial has been reading Tennyson's new poem, entitled "Sea Dreams," an Idyl, and for which the author was paid fifty dollars a line. After styling it "miserable, natnhy pampy nonsense, which almost any school boy would be ashamed to claim the mater nity of," he {,takcs it off"' as follows: "Here is eight hundred dollars' worth of the 'gem,' being- just sixteen lines:"1 '?What doea little birdie say Iu her nest nt pe**p of ?i?y? I^et me fly, sajs little birdie, Mother let me fly away. Birdie, rest a little longer. 'Till thy little wings get stronger So ehe rc.?ta a little longer, Then she flies avray. What doe* little baby car In her bed at peep of <lay ? Baby nayi like little birdie, Let me rise and fly away. Baby, ffleep a little longer. Baby, too shall fly away.*' "Isn't that grand ? Isn't it the quintes sence of poetry? Here's sixteen line3 of oar own, same style, same measure, for which we will willing...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 14 June 1860

PllINTKn AMI PUIIMSIIKD BV CAMPBELL & aE'DERMO*] rvTBI.tI?BNCEK UriLDISGS, X x.corner of Qu'ncj and Mtiu-SU. 'I* IS I! M S ! ? |.r.(hv ?rJLP>y?W in #Jr?nwA Week, (payable t? t!ioO?rri<-r*.>...; W Tri-Weekly. (per year, payable ?!> o<!will?S.) .-,00 ej. - AdrcriWne on reasonable terms. All jniverl?se?*,!nts froroatlietance-orfrom transient city cMiomw* BWt be p.?i.i in .flvanc* INSUR ANCE, ^maTleTmsobancToo. Capital, I'einisYlvaiisa Insurance Co. * ok pmancti-.il. pa. $3ooooo Capital. Commonwealln insursncs Coi OF H.?RI9BCHO. PA. ^ Ci?7AL. Ouakcr City insurance ?o. OF VinLADEI.I'niA. PA; Capital . ftSrvajei. LhS V.&ARTIItMS. Agt. A il low, promp..> "ver'.h* r.*-.k r.f W!.fril..g fhofccTirst Class Insurance ? i y T it ^ ? x f i-jj?-ttARTEB PEBPFTUAL j^ra?j1CapitRtSl,000,OW, absolute and unimpaired, v.iiu a MRPtt's or ?5vt?,357 &S. And t he prestige ol 33 years iucccsi aud esircrience. Asticts, January 1, 1S5 8 Cisli in band, & Depoaites in I?artrdl^wi...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 14 June 1860

jjittitfligcttc it CAMPBELL & M'DEKMOfT EDITORS AJfD PROPRIETORS. TKK1I3?Daut, deIiTer?4 in dir. per week, 10 cents Dazlt. bj unfl. lxi tdnsse $?.00 Tu-Wixxlx. by mail, la adTvaoe,. S,?0 Wimr, by mail. iasdraooc, 1.00 W H E E L I NT O : Thursday Morning. June 14.1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. ELECTORS AT LABOE, Otcrge Bj?- John >IcLar?, jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. Jobs Wright. Iftri Plttman R. H- Gi?t. W. K. Stevenwn. Tbomrnc Todd. D- W. RobCTU. Joaeph Applezmle. J. S. Fiwman. Tbomu QnritL Jscobllnmbrook. JoM-ph Bell. P. M. P??H>n. G. D. II&U. ornczu of TBI staii eucttiti rojrenrzn. I. M. Pamphrey, Ck'm. A. ff. Campbell, Scc'y. It touk a man of fine natural powers, and highly cultivated ones, too, to make that speech of Carl Shurz published on our first page this morning. It is admira ble. Bad, only bad, atid bad continually, are j the corrupt revelations that come to 'ight j befo...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 14 June 1860

Hail!? UntelUgtam C?7 Largest Circulation ol' any Paper m Woslorn Virginia.'?# Thursday Morning, June 14,1860. Militabv.?When the memor able John Brown raid broke out and the border was found in 11 comparatively un protected condition, the military spirit hereabouts ran liigli. Taking advantage of this warlike ardor a military company, composed of capital material, was formed in this city and called Company C. The prospects Of the Company were bright for a while, but recently little dissatisfactions have occurred. 01(1 Ossawatoraie's days of grace were abrcviated iind lie went to his account, the warm weather came on and the pomp aud circumstance of glorious war ceased to delight a portion of those who subscribed to Company C. They i were not military by inclination and didn't wish to become so by practice. They j c.ired not for the pistue], the rifle, the broad and small sword, and wouldn't j attend drill. They were summoned before j a Court or Inquiry |n<l wouldn't attend ' tha...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 14 June 1860

iiiltr g ntclUjcuccr. [Prom Poach.] Tapper's Three Hundred and Flrit< Mr. Pnncb has the pleasure to announre that in consequence of the unexampled ?access of Mr. Martin F. Tapper's netr volume. Three Hundred Soniult, the former has entered into an arrangement with the latter for a new series of those delightful compositions. The slight delay in com pleting the negotiation arose solely from the Poet's supposition that having written upon ererr cenceirable place, thing, boy, girl, baby, and other articles in ?ny ? connected with himself, be might find a lack of subject. Bat when a P inek calls to a Tuppe? for song, the call wakes poesy from ber inmost cell, and Mr. P. states with delight that the supply is again turn ed on, and will be coatiDUed until farther notice. SOXXETOOCI. TO MY PHI SEW SXTTESS. Soft little beast*. hnw pleasan'-ly ye lis gnnagling and snoozing by joar purring sire. Mother I mean {bat ?oan?;-rhymes require A. shorter word, aod boldly I defy Those who woe Id ti...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 June 1860

VOLUME 8 NUMBER WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1S60 25-2. ?:1NTU> AND PUBLISHED by (j^jrpBELL & M'DERMOT, lSTKlI.?:EXf'!n nPttDISOd, V p r *if Q'lnicy ind Af<inn-fiZ*. T K li 3\I tS t ni^il. jki\ able in Jillvsutct.V ..fci.OO t, !h? iVwk. (pnyitMo to t!i<-Cnrrienk.V 10 frMlccklr.(p?ryear, payableluwtrnnce.) 3,00 Adi crtifinS <!"?? ou re"on?bir Uran. AH rJrcrtisenients from a distance, or from transient d,t coctomers. mu.-t be paid in airanw. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO, Of cimbuhtsville, va. 1400,000 Ck? ITAt, Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK PITT?BUP.01I, PA. anm ^ t?-0? Commonweaith Insurance Cn, OF UAURISBCRO, PA . $300,000 Quaker City insurance Co. t,nTll $500,000 !r&^w i could riHn^tfnUv -olicit the patronage oft lie public. > udComimuiei aro irell known fo bofir.rcUfti olMcet. ill 1 j*<e* promptly adjusted. .N.t.ARTIfUK. Aff1* ? ly (Mice overt ho Rank of ^ heeling. J nroiccFirst Class Insurance ? i x the ? *8?ass 1-13? -nARTER PEIIPFTUAL f...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 June 1860

a ill) Ifnt cftigcucer CAMPBELL ? M'DERMOTr EDITORS XXD PKOPBIITOR3. XJCBM&?Daxlt, ddlTfrH In city. per vreek, 10 cents Duly, by mail, In advance ?.$5.00 TaJ-Warnx. by rnafl. In advance, 2,00 Wnn.T, by maO, tna4vnf?it 1,00 \V H E E L I NT G : Friday Morning. Jane 15, 1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, or illisois: FOB VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or MAISE. rLECTOR? AT LABOE, OMTfaRn John McLcre, jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. John Wright- 7 ?ri rittmac. B- H- Gr*r. *. E- St?nw?. Tbocnms Todd. D W. Bohtrty. Jowph Apple^tf. J. S. frwtnuj Thomma Hewitt. Jamb llcnsbrpok. J?rh Bell. f. M. Pvtrraon. O. D. Hall. pmrrx* or thi mn uu?ni co**rrm. 1.1L PlBphnj. C*'m. A. W. Campbell. Sr>. Br an article which we extract from the Washington. Pa., Ezaminrr, on onr first page this morning, it will be seen that the famous and fearful cattle disease which has been, and is still so fatal in some of the Eastern Slates?Massachusetts especially ?has broken oat in that co...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 June 1860

Hail!! gTufcIIigfcncrr Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, Friday Morning, June 15,1860. jiyTilE W11 EAT.?We are informed iti t tlic presence of wcvil has been dis cerned in many of the wheat fields of Bel mout County, nnd that some alarm has been occasioned in conscfjnence. (pjV^TuE FcXE.ial of Joseph llollenstein who recently died at the Wheeling Hospi tal after a lingering illness, took place yesterday afternoon. The deceased was a member of the German Benevolent So i-irtv, and liia funeral was attended by that association in a body. jj^jrCiRCCiT Cot i: j .?'i'lie case of Clius. ilaltzell, charged witll the murder of Fred- i .Trick Ma?.?, occupied this Court yesterday. The details of the evidence in this case 1 uave been published so often that the in- j :crest is lost, and we therefore omit it.? j The case will probably be concluded to- ' Jay. i JjQyEcosTii.ioRDlNABY.?We yesterday ; received a most remarkable hen produc- j tion, being nothing less than a perfec...

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. — 15 June 1860

The Ballad of Lager Bier. BT ED*rSD C AT2DMAV. Qo flaxen-haired and blue-eyed maiden! My German Hebe; hasten through Too nokc cloud, and return thou laden With bread and cbesss and bier for two. Umburger soils this bearded teUcrw? "His brow is high, his taste ssrrre? But r? for Schweitzer, mfld and yeHcw, To eat with bread and lager bier. Ah, ye* the Schweitaer bath a savor Of marjoram and mountain thyme, An odorifieroua. Alpine flavor Yon almost bear the cow bella ddme While eating ft. or, dying fidntlr. The Attn* <fe* r-achtj entrance tbe ear, UntQ yoa feel quite Swim and saintlj. Above roar giau of lager bier. Here comes oar drink, froth-crowned and sunlit, In goblets with high earring arias, Drawn from a newly-opened runlet. As bier ronst be to hare it* charm*. This primal portion each ?ball swallow At one drought, for a pioneer; And thai a ritual usage fallow Of all who honor lager birr GUas after glass, in doe snoceasion. Till, borne through midriff- heart and brain, He mou...

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. — 16 June 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING. VA., SATURDAY MORNING^ JUNE 16. 1860. NUMBER 263. . 1 a MPBELL & M'DERMOT, ^?TEI,LIGE>CKn BUILDINGS, j\-. K orner of Quints "nd Muin-SU. T IC 14 M ? s ^s,? w , - UvertWng d"ne o? r""OMUe tcrn"" , * -idvcrtiwinentR from a distance. or from tmnsient ^ fii.-.omtn.. m...t be paid in advance. ttjSTTRANCE. rSEMARiriiuflANCE CO. Ppiinsylvnitia Insurance Co. ltUl OF PITTSUUHOU, PA. ^ ^ Cafitai Commonweaith Insurance Co, OF itakmsbciio,,y\. 5300,000 auaker City Insurance Co. OF LMLILADKM'inA. rA; ^^ ClHIAl J sipicd their A?nt r. r ?ii?i = oflhl, p?Wic. ,.,nld respectfully "'"J. ? t? be first fl ra offices. MidCompany are *?,w s c. AItTIlUR. A(rt. A?I-HW>proa.prtrj;^^,h> Rj;?l: ..f Wheeling. fliolee First Class Insurance -is tni , i-u-..?AKTER PEltPFTCAL. capita$1.000,00...al>?luie and unimpaired. Sim A MBI'U'J or SoOC,:[!s< iS. And the prcstlgoof 3S .ve?r.??ctM? and experience. Aitcttt Jnmmry I, 1838. OA in baml.-t llcposiieji" ,1?"rJ 1!auks-$^P?! Estat...

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. — 16 June 1860

Jailg ^tt(?lligeucet! CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, i ID!TORS AXD" PROPRIETORS. TSKMS,?Dmr, Jeflrtrod In ntty. per wset, V> cnt* j Suit, by malLiu idiuce , llI-WzisiT. by mall. In adroct S,vo j - WimT, by rn.fl. Inadranc*, i 1^0 W HE ELIXG: j Satntfay Morning, Jnne 16, I860. ! a Republican Ticket. ! FOR PRESIDEXT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, or tiusois. FOB VICE PRESIDENT. HANNIBAL HAMLIN, - - or majse. - EUCTORS AT LXKOT, SwpRjfc Jobs Mtiw, jr. DISTpJCT ELECTORS. Jehfi Wrtctl. 1 ?Ti pirtmsn. R. H. Git;. "" W. E.Mmbhb. tbeou Todd. D Robert*. Jawjih Apr'f" ' J. S. Fr??m?u. Tbomu Hewitt. Jacob Rornferook. Jeaaph Ball. " S. M. Peurton. G. D. Hall. Bmnji or tots ttltt uumu cuunrm. I. 3ff. Pumphre*. Ch'm. A. V. Campbell. Ac'y. Ox tbe outside of this morning's paper we re-print the ftmoas Greeley-Seward let ter published yesterday, in telegraph. It was so indistinctly and unintelligibly sent through by the wires that it was hard to make sense ont of mnch of it, and we hot correct by the original which...

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. — 16 June 1860

Saturday Monung, Jtme 18,1860^ -Karly Thursday morning a man named 01 . v U'obst, on a visit at the hou e ^ Beditlio:,, Wbo resides ou the Na " i Road, a few miles east of the city " .I' desperate attempt to take the l.le f r Brobst is a resident of W.u-h ,'V Ptl ft man of considerable prop.r ia- ; , 7' s ^counted .v very respecta ,r.nnd always ac iMl. I'Hand orderly citizen. On Tuesday last, ;; slartcd from Washington, in company "'lb |,i, wife, With the purpose of go.n<r . West. He arrived in this c.ty tlw MBe da,', and .wpp:* ? .. 1 lauoriog'uoder" soine mental suffering or House. During his stay, one of the pro rietor- of the house observed .bat he was prieior. w fTi?riiitr or .H?ir r?gemeut, and that he was not. upon best of terms with his wife. Knowing Bl,lbst was an acquaintance ol Mr Bullion, the proprietor advised him to out there and remain ft day or two bc r;re starting upon bis western tour. Brubst accordingly went out to the resi d-nce of Mr. P. and upuu the next mor...

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. — 16 June 1860

MORNIKG, I B. -WILD AX. Morn again with golden pencil TinU the curtain of the East, And again in robes of tinsel Standeth at her holy chancel Making ready for the feast I Gently flushing, Gentiy bl cubing Like a bride before the priest! Ob, what hoi j thoughts come o'er u* As we drink the'morning's balm! As we view the field before as. As we join the pleasant churns! Of the morning's holy pnlm! As we wander, As we ponder In the morning's Messed calm. Thoughts of other, happier hours, Come to us with m*ooriM rile; Ani again we seek the bowers Where we used io gather flowers. In the morning march of life Memories greet as. Pleasure* meet us. Yet unstained by care or strife. Oh. how much of life is wasted In this so-called world of Wis*; How much pleasure-grain fs Wasted How much bappluess un tasted? How mnch pleasure do we miss. Just by keeping Dull eyes sleeping Such a holy morn as this. Happy! Happy! bk>q?l morning May my eout retain Um riewz Ere tbeeveoiog Uuipsare burning. May ...

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. — 18 June 1860

m. 9~- i ? i! ft VOLUME 8 NUMBER 254 WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MORNING, JUNE IS, I860 DUSTED AN1) PUBLISHED BY ,< aMPBELL & M'DERMOT, \7tKI.^I?KXCBK BCIIiUIWOS, V j,corner <?/ Quincj and Main-Hi. T E RMS: n,ilr.(t.v miJI.payable?? advanccA- *WjJ . tv.^v (ravable to thoCurriers.J. 1? 3,00 ? -Advertising done ou reasonable terms. All ?dro,.;^ont. from a distance, or from transient ins" urance. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. ALU C mn c1ivkl0xt3viu.k, va. ? Pennsylvania Insurance Co. 1 ok ,-i i rsnfHUlI. P*j ^ ^ Commonwealth Insurance Co. OF UA-nUISBUl^; I'A. ^ 1#00 CiflM - Guakcr City Insurance Co. U OF l'lnl.ADV.M'inA. PA; swio00 " L }t r"t the natninaee of the public. w?nW respectfully i?lk.knowiTw be8wt class ofiices. SuMComp-mles .ne we H fcw Kn ARTIIt'K. Agt. All low? ,he II.,nk of Wliccl.ng. ClioicoTirst Class Insurance ? i.v tnt x j t,w_.nAUTKK PERPFTCAL. . ?,paritalil.OOO.OOii.absolutenn.l unimpaired. *? wiiu i sreru'e or SSOO.^T ?S. Ai.dthe prestige olio years success and oiper...

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. — 18 June 1860

gntelligmc tt CAMPBELL & X'DEBHOT, BD1TORB AMD PROPRIETORS. > ?Suit, dalhvnd la clly. p?r vitk, JO eanta Dailt. bjr null, is advance.- 46.00 Ttj-Wmii. by Mail, la advance?? ??o? "" - - - ......... 1,00 \V H E E L. I N G: Monday Morning', June 18,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOB PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLDTO1B. TOK TICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or uin. ELECTORS AT LARGE, (Mop Bit John McL?r?. jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. John Wright. l-e*i Plttman. R.H.GHJ. W. X. Str>en?es. Bumi Todd. D. W. Roberts. JoMph Applet*. j. 8- rreenaa. , Tbomaa Hewitt. Jacob Horabrook.' Jswpb BelL S. M. frtmrai. O.K. Hall. I. M. ftaptn;, g*-?- W Ca^P*-"- *?>? . 1 Tb? adjourned Democratic Convention ? meets in Baltimore to-day. We hare no doubt that "in the soft gush of the Sab bath sunlight" of yesterday, noisy dele gates stood caucusing, wire-working, and ^ honey-fugling throughout the city, pre paratory to the opening of the Conren tion this morning. It is feared by some ! that the ...

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. — 18 June 1860

*2, Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. *B0 "Monday Morning', June 18,1860. UfeST" Swijtjnso.?The time lias now come, when scarcely an evening passes that we do not see the river and the creek swarming with nude youths and children of riper years. There is no doubt that the art of swimming is one of the most useful of physical accomplish ments, as it is one of the most wholesome and innocent amusements; but it is equal ly trne that nine-tcuths of the good swim mers have acquired the art against the protest if not the direct opposition of their parents. This is not as it should be.? fathers would be doing their children a service of incalculable value to encourage and instruct them in the urt of swimming instead of devising means to keep their boys from the water. It is on acquire ment eminently practical and useful, not only in preserving the live3 of those who possess it, bat of those who do not. Aside from this important consideration it is more useful in develop...

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. — 18 June 1860

liuIgJfttfelUgettter. BROKEN TIES. IW broken tie* at happier days, Haw oAcd do tb?y mm To can* before our mental pia like a rasembcrrd drtaiw Ararad u* each dissevered chain In sparkling rain Uej. And etrtblr power can ne'er again Unite tbcee broken lin. Ik* parrots of our Infect bcane. The kindred that we tored. Far from oar arms perchance may nam To dbtttt moored; Or ?? hiTa watched tbHr ptrtioj; breath, ?ad eM tMr weary eyes, Aad nch*d to thiak how sadJjr death C&a mt?t Iromin lie*. The friends the tared ones of oar youth. They too are gone or changed. Or, worse than all, their lore and truth They mart ui in Che guttering throng. With cold armed ejem And vondar that we weep o?r wrong. And mourn oar broken tiea. Ob! who in each a world as this Coald bear their lot of pain. Did not our radiant bopeoTbUai Unclouded yet remain? Thai hope the sovereign lord bu given, "Who reigns beyond tbs skies. That hope unites oar eonls to hatred By truth's enduring ties. Each care, each ill 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. — 19 June 1860

VOLUME 8. NUMBER WHEELING;, VA., TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE .19. 1860. /Korrnav ,:oo: iririTJAii I'KIXTKD AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT UTET-LIGBSOBR BCILDtSoS, A'. K O'rnrr if guinea and ilain-Ui. T EB MS: Dj5r.(liy mail, jia.vahlo inadrance,).- 4V? jjy tfc. Week. (p?r?M. *? !he CarHa^a.). 10 Xri.WMklyi 0>? y?wriP?J*w#'10 ?J""".)?? 3,00 jy Advertising don? oo reaaonable term*. All adrortwrnsnu from a <U?t*no?ter fromt^anMant MJ euntoinew, mnjt be paid in advance. \y TsB V BANC E . ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. L. Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. <UHT?- "= $S?0'000 Cramonweallli Insurance Coi OF IIAIUUSUCJU1. l*A. - two Quaker City Insurance Co. ^ would respectfully elicit the patrunaKo uf the public. Said Compan i?M are well known lobe flnitclriMAjtlicee. Ail low pn>mptlT?4/n?ted. N.C.ARTHUR. Agt. ftbS?ly Office over the Hank of Wheeling. . Choice First Class Insurance ? iw THE ? A.??-J ^19 xiARTKtt PERPPTUAL 4t^Ca*!i Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpa...

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. — 19 June 1860

Jfailj) fnttlttpntftl CAMPBELL ? I'BEBMOT, j xorroxs up norunou. mm . IIHT. d^Hrfrtd In city, per wt 10 croU | WHEELING; Tuesday Morning-, June 19,1860. Virginia Republican Tiefcet. FOB HUSSFDKVT, ABBAHAM =1)RfC?LN, j OF JUU*'Ol?. ^ . r. ? >' ' TOR VIC* P?ESTDBffT, L ^ASHIBAL HAMLIN, or um. ^ > ELECTORS AT tAXBX, -i. fiewp >y,- Jaka KcLanJr. . STSTWCT rLKCTORS I asr !fV2=_ BoaaUi P W. *?>?>.. rjj'Uj *rrW?m a.?. ?mem* miiui mcRmBaaoBL I. V. ?uphiiy, c***. A. W- OppWC, Src'y. j Tbb H Anna's Fust Comitth hat at length finished ita seemingly never ending t*?k. and on the fifteenth submitted a fall j mod' voluminous majority and minority report?die ' former extending over one fcudred and fifty pages of fools cap.? That this committee has utterly foiled to ?licit a single sentence from its many billing or unwilling witnesses, which tends to implicate any citizen of the States ojt^dt of tiie deluded bend of which John Brown was the head and front, as being^-in the remotest d...

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. — 19 June 1860

'?w ?it? IfaMttgcnw tS- Ii&rgest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.*^ Tuesday Morning, Jane 19, I860. LOST.?A Gold alee** button, dellcato and chart*. The finder will be liberally rewarded bjr leaving It at thU office. JH9-lt. 03f- Excitement in Modkdsville? A J|*S" Shot.?Sunday evening, about 10 o'clock, a man named Chos. Douglas shot anolber named Alexander Lowe, at the tavern of one JIcGuirc, in Moondsville.? Douglas, who is ft man of exceeding bad reputation, was npon very intimate terms witb Mr*. McGuire, the wife of the land lord. On Sunday evening, McGuirc being drunk, bis wife and Douglas locked them selves up ia a room togetbe.. Mrs. Lowe whose husband is a sister of Mm. McGuire, ! attempted to gain an entrance into the room, when Mrs. McGuire, coming out much enrnged dragged ber out Into the street by the hair of the head. After this, Lowe, himself went to the room, and an altercation took place between him and Douglas, during which the latter drew a pistol,...

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