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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 19 June 1860

Tht Sill Beneath this Door. IT X*T. H. HAKn&AUOH. There is a strange, a mystic spell, : Of memory and lore, That chains my heart to early days, Where'er I rest or rove, I see ajprin the old home house, I walk across each floor, Igo the passece through and sts With fkrewell words and staff in Upon the sill That lies beneath the door. Each spot around that dear old home It's well kept treasure firM; In every tree, and wall, aod chair, Some cherished memory Urea; "But nowhere boat* my heart ao high. And nowhere feel I more Than here, when musingly I stand. With fkrewell words and. staff in hand, ' * Upon the sill That lies beneath the door. What sOeht years hare fled since I looked out from dear old home With hopeful heart, thro' molsfning eye, For better days to cam* I, ; TTwas here I turned to tho<e I left, With longing heart once mora? - ' Here lingered still, -where now I stand. With fkrewell words and staff in hand, ^ITpdn.the sill That lies beneath the door. . I've passed ...

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. — 20 June 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, I860. NUMBER 256. r pKINTED AND PUBLISHED Bl* klttPBELL & M'DEEMOT, [VTEU'WEXCEn buildings, y. (<f Qiii'iicy and .Vain-Ms. TKRMS: ...by mall. payable in advance.).- $5.00 he Week, f jta.vablu i?? theCarrier*.). 10 frrkIr,(poryear,payable iu advance,) 3.00 ^Advertising done on reasonable tmns. advertirenients from a distance, orfrom transient iistoiuers, must be paid in advance. insurance. LBEMARLE insurance C( L <?.' cnAiu.orrsvn.LB, va. $400,0< ruiisylvasiia Insurance Co ' w?ra?0K<m'PA- ^oc 5fnmon?/eallh Insurance Co OF IIAilIllSDUKG. PA. ?.:xi $309,00 jialier City Insurance Co OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. -t::xL $500,00 V'/C Companies lr'iringappolnted the under ( - -rie l tin ?? A ?en! for Wheeling. and vicinity I i-Mpectfully solicit the patronage of the public (Companies arc well known to beflrstclas* offices "? i promptly adjusted. N.C. ARTHUR. Agt. I.v Office overfhe Rank f-f U'heelfrg, loice First Class Insurance ? ix t...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 20 June 1860

latin gnttlligcacct CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Dailt, delivered in city, per week, 10 cent* D-VILT, by mail, in tdnoee- ...$5,00 Tw-Wkut. by mall, Inaavnuce.... 3.00 Wbsjllt, by mall, inadvancew? l.Ov WHE eLTn"g"1 Wednoaday Morning, June 20,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. TOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, or ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAIKE. ELECTORS AT LARGE. GMTfvKy*. John McLw*. Jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. John TTrljckt. I.?rl Pittmar.. R-11. Gear. W. E. StoTooaoc. ThawToAI. D W. Robert*. Jo*?ph Aspltctt*. J. 5- rrMm*n. TWu Hnfll. Jwt llontnok. Jo~ph lull. B. M. Fmniw. O.I>. Hall. ?maxor m mn uuum anrnn. I. M. Ptt?phr?<r. rtV A. W. (Vmpb^lL Ar>. As interesting letter from our corres pondent at Baltimore will be found on the first page of to-day's paper. We arts obliged, by * p>ess of other matter, to defer the publication of the letter from our London correspondent for a day or two. Th? gentlemanly agent of Adams Ex pres...

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. — 20 June 1860

fijaitn g utelligcitjccr tsTiargost Circulation of any Taper in Westci-n Virginia. ~:tM Wednesday Morning-, June 20,1860. I ONT.-A Gold Sleeve Button, delicately cliaard. I j The tinder will bo liberally rewarded by earing it .a this office a____ I (gy CIRCUIT CoL'ItT?Trial op Chas. Baltzell.?Charles Baltzeil, who was acquitted last week of tlie murder of Frederick Unas, was arraigned yesterday upon an indictment charging him witli the malicious cutting of one Peter Meyers on I Fourth street some six months ago. Caroline Scbenck, a girl about seven teen years of age, testified that at the time at'the cutting she resided with a family on Fourth street. On the night in question jbe had nn engagement to take a -s-ulk with Meyers, fc'ariy ill the evening she heard a knock at the kitchen door, and luinking Meyers had come she opened the U?l?7/?li \Vs??J king aicj via -- uour and instead of Meyers, Baltzeli was i.ere. She walked to the mouth of the illrv, or to the front part of the house...

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. — 20 June 1860

latin ? ntcUigciteer. "Some Dcy." MX TL3MX3CZ Kill. 7<w smooth the uoelt* from my hair With gentle touch aud t?rv1?Ht care. And coast the y?ar= ere joa thall mark Brhrbt silver thread* among the dirk? Smiling the white to hear me fzf -Too'll think of thia agai il vm day, Borne dat I" I do rxrt scorn t*r?e power of Tim-. 2Cor couat on year* of fadeless prime. Bot do w ite icfeasns will ever abioe Aaaoc* tbwe heavy locks of tpipt-,? Ay. lsn~*i a* eafl.T as too may. Yonll think of this again aome day, Some day! &>me dsy! I nhall not feeL a? nrsr Yoar ?f?fl baod# move about my brow? I shall not alight your light commands. And draw the 1 c/dz braid* thro" my hartd*:,? I shall be *3rat. and obey.? And joa?yoa will not Uc=h that day: Some day! I know bow bn? ynor loxing hods Will linger with tbs-^e gl-oasy hacds. Wben too shall weave or latest crown Of tbflie thick braidmra. Irmc and brown; rc?n will *m us toBfh of gray Adowa their fining feftgth that day ? 5?se day. And while yo...

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. — 21 June 1860

VOLUME 8. NUMBER 257. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1S60. f I'Jii.Vi i-Jil .l.MI t'LUUSIlKlj A5IPBELL & M'P&RMOT, jSTELL IUEKER /uttDISOg, .V. ?1corner of Qui*c!f ntul Aiuxn-Sts. rr irhms: ?r./l .v mail.p.ivt??!c in advance,)... ,.$&<* ic WVwk, <i-va!.le t? tin*Carrier!,). n -Weekly. {per year, payable in advance.)......... 3,0C c ^l?\-crtfsing done on reasonable terms. ml vlvertfeeinente from a distance, orfrom transient , ^tomers. must be ]mi?I in advance. I N S IT R ANUE bemarle INSURANCE CO. ^?CH U^SVU^JA. _^oo,ooo r\i? misylvaiila Insurance Co OF flT^IMfa W, PA. ?300,?X) ramonwealth Insurance Co OF ?ARW8W)nO, 1'A. inker tity lnsiiraiice Co. of pmriADKr.viiiA. pa. ^ " v ;1- '-r.-nunrrf liavingappointeil thoumler I n,.-ir A?r.t f.r Wheeling,andvicinity, ,1 luli ii II.." i.*trouasc of 11.0 public. ? ?,p'S *f? trrll k:.-vn t. henntd-uj. nj,rw. promptly a'U<nt.-l. VC-AKlfTCR. Act. ] v Office orertbejtanfc ^if tt ht-flmt;. oicc First Class Insurance ?...

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. — 21 June 1860

Uailg |tet*nig tnttx "CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOTy^ KDITOaa A3.D PBOPBIBTOBS. TKRMS.?Daily, delivered in city, per weak, 10 cents Dmr, by mail, in advance- ,?6.oo Tu-Wuily. b; mall, In advance,... 3,00 Wezkly, by mail, Inadvanc*,,, 1,00 W H E E L i N G : Thursday Morning', June 21,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OP ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or MAINE. H LECTORS AT LAROK, George Rye. John MeLnre, jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. John Wright. I-c?i Plttman. R. H. Or*j, iv. E. Steven*on. Tbomaa Todd. D. W. Roberu. Joseph Applegate. J. S. Freeman. Tbomaa Hewitt. Jacob Hornbreok. Joeeph Bell. S. M. Petereon. G. D. Hall. omenta or the mrx exxcutiti comwttef. I. M. Pnmpliroy, C/i'm. A. W. Campbell, Stc'y. The Republican! of Marl luavllle Aretohavea mentingattheir Wigwam this ovening, for which extensive preparations have been made. ScilRt&r Caldwell and E. M. Norton, Esq., of this city, are an nounced to speak. A large crowd and n good time is ex...

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. — 21 June 1860

_n Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.*6* Thursday Morning, June 21,1860. lie.?A man named Frederick C itchner, for destroying property, abusing his familv and indecently exposing his per son, was arrested in the First Ward by of fice DeafcnljaugU. He was sent to jail by Aid. Wright. ^ ^ ^ cibol-it Coiet?Conviction op Balizei-L.?The Jury, in the Baltzell case after an absence of some three hours re turned a verdict of guilty, and recommen ded a term of two years imprisonment in the penitentiary. ?? Accident.? A vouug man named Damstl, traiu boy on llic G. O. It K., on las-Saturday evening, desiring to reach lioinc in advance of the train, jumped from ;he pl.itloru> ol" the cars while in full mo tion; his face coming in contact with the indurated gronnd, was badly cut aud bruised. Weniilv Intelligencer will be out to-day. Besides a great variety of interesting miscellaneous matter, it con tains the proceedings of the Baltimore Convention, tbe letter of lion. Edwa...

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. — 21 June 1860

gailij The SiuiMt Land. Oh! dimlv through t -a mist of year* That roil their dreary wave* between, Thejgargeon* nu?rt tend appear*. Arrayed in hoes of fadeless creen. And from that far off ra uny clime. Old balf-forgotten waj^?iri?: And Healing o'er the ware# of Tiro*. The sweetly lingering mack die*. As some bright island of the sea. Forever blooming?ever lair; Though cold, dark billow* round it U, Sternal snnshfftc borers there. Thus o'er tbe silent sea of rear*. Our eager* longing looks are east. Where, robed in ladele-- green. apg?ears Tbe sunlit Eden of the past. There memory waves her garlands green Beslds the lone. hope-haunted chore! And musing :mid the Arcmdian scene. Twinee flower* that bloom for us no more. Oh! hallowed clime! blet land of love! Sweet paradise of earthly dreams! Still through thy vale my fancy rove. Still bask beneath thy evening beams. And there ther dwell?tho*e cherished ones With snow-white br?ws and waving hair; I see them now - I bear th?-ir lanes 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. — 22 June 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.,FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 2-2, 1860. NUMBER 258. ritlKTKD AND l'l'HLIS/lED 11V CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, IXTELtlCBXCBE Rl'H.mg(GS, _V_ V.'-i>rn*r of Quin'y ami -V.lt H.&J. ?V B RMSi piflj. (l?r niiu'!. livable ill ii'irano-.).- .f5.no ???! lift Week, {parable t.> theOwrii r>..> 10 ?;r;-Wceklr, t|*rve*r. pay*Me In a.lrancn,)- 3^50 Advertising d"n* on r-wi,.()i!- terms. All ?lTerti*-D!?nt? from s ilutnuce. or from transient ?itv rnntomers. matt bo |ai.I in advance. IN S U R A N C E . ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO op CUA RLOXTSV JLLK, VA. CxvitaU 7?"T"" Uoti&k Pennsylvania Insurance ?o. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. C $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF IIARRISBURO, PA. fiWTAt - $300,000 Hunker City Insurance Co. OF 1'IIIMDEM'WA, PA. SiOO.OOO ClHTAL 'pifE above Companies havingappointed the urtrfer L signed their Agent for Wheeling, and vfefnity. would respectfully solicit the patnmasrc of the public. Said Compan'e* are we!! known tn befir-f driss ?ffices. All l....

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. — 22 June 1860

ailg^ntelUgencr t CAMPBELL * I'DEE10T KOITOBS AXV PKOPB1KTOKS. TJOUS?Daiit, delivered is cjl v, per week, 10 cent* Datlt, bj bu!L [u kdttscc. ....... Tw-Wsrsxr. by ul, iavlnan, S.0U If mar, by ain, bulrmst, ? l.-"' WHEELIXG: Friday Morning, June 22,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. TOR KSS1PEKT. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, _ OF ILLINOIS TOE TICK PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or XAIVE. ELECTORS at large, Mfl** Jolus MfiLure, jr. DISTRICT ELECTOES TjA. TTH*ht. Levi Pitlnuc. R?U Onf W. E. gteTenwrn. ^d-T^KL D _W.Itob.rtt. Joseph Appleg^te* ^ v Thotau Hewitt. jMobjlornU** Jweph B?n. ?- M 0. D. H?n. omexuor t*? nu? sxucctitioonxirra. I.M. Pnmpfarey. CV??- A.V.CunpbtU,^. ??Loicey asd Kcosojit Combined."? Oar readers?many of them, at least have noticed in onr columns, for several days past, an advertisement with the above caption, to which we now desire more especially to call their attention. At the time of leaving their advertise ment, Messrs. Nrsbitt k Bro., who have the exclusive right of manufactu...

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. — 22 June 1860

#3_ Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-C? Friday Morning. June 22,1860. jjt3~JooGK Lvjfcu at a Fishing Camp.? The other day n party of men, some of whom, we believe, reside in this city, were fishing along the banks of Fish creek.? Tbev caught quite a number of fine fish nnd tied tbein in the water for safe keep jug and moTjJ on down the stream. A fellow, who is said to take to stealing as naturally as he does to drinking whisky, came along, and seeing tlia fish picked up the choicest lot and throwing them over his shoulder darted into the woods, not forg-.'ttin?j to appropriate a bottle of whis kv which he found concealed in the grass. When the tired fishermen returned to the spot, they soon discovered their loss, and knowing the character of the fellow to whom ive have alluded, suspected hiin at once. They started oat at once upon a sort of circular hunt, and after a short time closed in upon the spot where the thief w.is thought most likely to be con cealed. 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. — 22 June 1860

|?wlg gtttHfigmer. Few Talk andChnrch Scandal. That tall joung fellow's bare to-dayl I wonder what'i hia name! Hi* eyes are fixed upon oar pew? Do look at Sally T Who Is that lady dreaaed In green? It cant be Mr*. Lnrh; There"* Mia. Joaee with Deacon 63?! I wooder If he'll preach Lend me your fan. it ia ao warm; We both will fit to prayer*; Mourning becomes the widow j HamMa Do look at Naocy Blooper's-refl! Jtktoll a breadth too wide; I wonder if Soaanoah Ajt? Appears to-day aa bride ? Lord! what a ToieeJaae fiiefthtt |Ot! Oh. how that organ roan; I*m glad we're left the e'.ager'e Beats? How hard Mica Johnson anores. What ugly ihtwla are thrwc in front? Did too observe Ann Wiftd?~ Har new at raw booneta trimased with black. IjlMM ahe'a lost a child. rat half Mleep?that Mr. Jam*' Hie sermons art ao lon^ This afternoon well stay at home And practice that Dew eoag. As ExTaa.oRDiKjL&T Frog.?In tbe Dal- ? las (Texas) Herald we find tbe following. A gentleman of undoubted roracitr in ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 23 June 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.,SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1S60. NUMBER 259. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, _ ISTKf^WEXCEK ni lLDISGS, .V. . jrufr of Quinr.ft and Mailt'Mr. TERM S : Diily.(by mail, payable in advance.*. $5.00 Hv the Week. (payable to the Carriers ). 10 TrMVeekly, (per year, payable in advance.) 3,00 Advert hingdnne oil reasonable terms. A I! advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers. must l>e paid in advance.; INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. AU5 COK CH ArJX>TTSWI.w. VA.? ^ ^ CArxrAU Pennsylvania Insurance Co. 1 * of "frsn'-Kaii, PA; wooooo C?ri7?i... CramonwealHi Insurance Co ^ "AnifSmrjta, pa. CAHTAt OF HAUniSBClta PA. ^ Quaker City Insurance Co. or PHILADELPHIA. PA. ClPlTAL $500,000 j rg'IIE ah-?ve Companies havingappoinfed the nruler- j 1 signed their Ajrrnt for Wheeling. am] vicinity. would respectfully solicit (he patronage of the public! FaldCompames are well known to be fir?*t class oflice??. AI! buses |Hoin|?lly adju...

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. — 23 June 1860

jftilg fntrlligcncrr CAMPBELL 4 M'DEE1C0T~ EDITORS AXD FBOPEJETOES. TERMS.?Dailt, delivered Hi dir. per week. 10 cente . Daily, by mail, in adrajics? ?$?.00 Tu-Wuht. by ns?lL in mdrmaot??. ZM . WraiTjbj mail, inadvmnce^.. lMr W H B E L I X G : Saturday Morning', June 23,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. j I ? < FOB PRESIDENT. \ j ABRAHAM LINCOLN, c OF ILLINOIS. J FOE TICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF 3LUXE. t ELECTORS AT LARGE, GwrpeRy#. John McLure, jr. t DISTRICT ELECTORS. ( John Wright. Leri Pitt man. J H. H. Gray, ff. ?. St?T?n?n. , Tbotsaa Todd. D. W^Robertc. Tboxnla Hewitt. J*er>b nornbr*ok. ? Joseph BelL S. M. Petrnon. G. O Mull. omcni or tn itats uicmti coaxrrriz. ( J. M. PnmpIiKj. CKm. A. W. GuapbvIL Sjr'y. 1 A Reqcbst.?We ask all'our readers to 5 read the letter which we published on the 20th, from the Ionia (Mich.) Oaxrtlr, (not Iowa, as the Union makes it, in its usually bungling manner,) and then we ask them to read the comments upon it and the Jn -ttUi'jenctr c...

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. — 23 June 1860

r ;i=Tnreest circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. I 'sTtnrday Moraing. June 23,186(h p^grSixouLAK Incident.?Some three or four weeks ago, a farmer who lives in Belmont county, Ohio, scat his daughter to this city to pay a debt of twenty dol Uri which he owed to a merchant. In her perambulations about town she went, unions Other places, to n shoe store and purchased a pair of shoes. Being like nlnit of her sev, a little vain, she deter mined to sacrifice comfort for beauty, nnd so j.ut the new shoes ou ber feet, and had the old on" wrappad up. She then start id to liquidate her fathers indebtedness to he merchant nud upon arriving nt the store discovered that she had lost the tnvntv dollars from her pocket. She io- I formed the merchant of her loss, who rcn- j Jered her all the assistance he could to n.ird recovering the money, bat in vain.? ;>he went home aud reported her misfor l tunc, and the 1033 of the money had been almost forgotten, when on Thursday last, having oc...

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. — 23 June 1860

IJatlg ? ntrtliijenfet. TO AV AB8SST WIFE. BT GEO. J>. PKimCL Tl* morn: the ks breeze weau to bring Joy, health aad fresh ne*? on in wing? Bright flowers, to rot- all strange and aew; Are glittering In the earl/ dew? And perfume* rise from every grore, Ai incense to the cloud* that more Like spirits o'er yon welkin clear? Bat I am nd?tbon art not here. Ti? noon: a calm. unbndcra drtp Is on the Woe wave* of the deep; A noft haze. like a Cur dream. Is floating over wood and stream: And many a broad magnolia flower Within lim shady woodland bower. Is gleaming like a lovely star; But I am sad?tbon art alar. Tis era: on earth the sunset skie* Are painting their own Edeu d re*: lake star* come down and trembling glow Lik* trioMom? in the ware* below: And like come nitseen sprite- sba brecxe Seem* lingering *jn?d the orange trees, Braathlmr tts onanr nxiod thmepatz Bat I am sad?1 see thee not. Tm midnight: with a *?-v*thing ?peC Ths far tones of the ocean swell. Soft as a mother1* caden...

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. — 25 June 1860

VOLUME 8 WHEELING, V A., MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, I860 NUMBER ?260. I I'UUiTED a.Nfl i'l'BLlSJI?d by [aKPBELL & M'DERMOT, utet.licescek BLitmscs, y. K. vtrner of Quincj and Hain-SLt. TKRMS: ?r.(I?y mail. payable in advance,).....". $5,00 ,j,, Week, (payable to the Carriers,). 10 IfrdJr.(puryoar.jiajrabl? in advance.) 3.00 Advertising done on rttu?ouafclo term*. \H .iilvertiseinents from a distance, or from transient mn?t be raid in adrance. v J.10 .lAKTEIl PEHPFTUAL. $LOOOlOOOl abwluto mid unimpaired. with x smrLCs or Si.0G.387 HS. prvsiigcof its ytuti-s success anil experience. AMft*! Jnuunry 1, 1858. hand. ? Deposited iu Ilarlfil l>tiiiks.^^,ri3 09 transit isttd Ageiit>Jliaiids 2 05 ? ue tin* Co.. itcurwl by 3lortgage,... 5.418 04 intciiuir eu ubef^l 4i.053 42 rsukiiMo 35,177 18 MARKKT VALUE, wisrt,7 ?10i?erct.intercs?t,niiMiaUyJ$l02.000 00 Kail l^ixwl .Slt'ck 54.440 00 ?? (Vmnvticut River Co. Stock 1.250 00 ?? Stafford Dank " 5,000 00 ?? Wjiterhury hank 5,000 00 ?? Prov...

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. — 25 June 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AKD PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Dajlt, delivered in dl}\ per rwk, 10 cent* Daily, by muL in advance^- SS.00 Tm-M ttVt t, bj mail, in advance,...?.. S.00 Wmu.bj mail, In advances???? W H E E L I X G : Monday Morning', June 25,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. VOB PRESIDENT. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. TOE TICK TRESIDtXT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAIKE. ELECTORS AT LARGE, By?. John McLbtb, jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. J/*n WrigM Lcri Plttmu. R. H- Gray, W. E. Stersru-?. Thorn?* Todd. D. "W. Roberta. Joe?ph Applegmt.. J. 8. Fryman. Thomm* Hewitt. Jacob IlornbrMk. Joivph Ball. S. M. PrUttn, G. V. Hatl. OFncsu or the etxtl incmri corazmx. L M- Pntnphrer, fi'n. A. V. CunpbeU. &<r"jr. The old Democratic party bas finally "gone under"?disappeared forever?and there is now nothing of it remaining but two small factional parties, no longer to be feared or dreaded. This will be good news to many thousands, not only of tbose who hare always heretofore opposed the in roads ...

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. — 25 June 1860

t5_ Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia."ujSX Monday Morning, June 25, I860. rS-T'is >'EW Svafssaws Uiuook.? ThU structure, in the progress of which ,l,e public ?rc, of course, deeply interested js going forward as rapidly as the charac ter of the work will allow. It is now so far advanced, that Mr. McComas, the en ..ineer and superintendent assures us that, no preventing Providence, he will on the 19th d iy of next month, drive over the ,.ew briJge with si* horses nttached to an iiiauibus,"on which occasion he will invite ,,,e vehicle fall of people to accompany him. The immense big cables are to be nuiutel white: the suspenders blue, the li misters of the footwalks red and the beams of * drab color, so that the I ridge may be cspected to present upon | is completion, not only ft substantial and j durable appearance, but also ft handsome : one. On and after to-day the bridge will : 1,0 cloB.vi Il?ntnu all, including loot- j passengers, and the traveling public w...

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