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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 25 June 1860

JJiiilg gtrtclligtnftr. OUR USIOK, RIGHT OR WRONG. Rouse heart* of PreedomV: only home." Hark to disunion's cry, I>ear Liberty beneath her dome. Proclaim* tlm* danger* nigh: Oome let your noble shouts ring forth. In trumpet voices strong. '?We kHOW lio South. Wv ku.iw no North? Our Union. right o: wrong." The temple our brn.Tr father.-* made Th"; wonder of the world. Shall they behold their B?ms dismayed When treasons Bag's unfurled: Oh. aerer?by the glorious Itare Which on our banner throng. Rouse, sons of thr?M- victorious wars?? Oar Union, right or wroujr. Our patriotic fathers' shade*. With Wa-diinsrton on high. Point to th jir l?l<?od-?noiiited bhil-s. And to their children cry; Rii??e freemru, by yoar fathers* scars, On t?. th* r*scnr throng Defend our Has and sacred stars? Our Union, right or wrong. Sons of the- Press proclaim its worth Id telegraphic fire*. Bid Young America stand forth, And emulate heir sires: Wake, sister (state?, and hand iu hand. Round Old Abk Linc...

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. — 26 June 1860

WHEELING, VA.,TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 2(5, ISGO VOLUME 8 NUMBER 261. i uJ.Mi.l> A.NU i'UJiLteliKU liY CAMPBELL & M'DERSTOT, I VTEIjIilflEA'CEK. BnLOISat, .V. K. cnrncr of Quincy anil JlaiH-SU. TERMS: p,j|r.(by rnnil.payable in ailnuicr,).- .14.00 I.V the Week. 'payable to the Carrie?.). 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, jtayable In advance.) 3,00 4j-A<lTerti?ingdi>n?on reMonnble Irrms. I All adrerti^nients from a distance, or from transient citr customers. ninst be paid fo advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. Or* CIIARLOTTSVILLE, VA. Cafitai WO,OOO Pennsylvania Insurance Co. ok wmnr;:ou, pa. t300-000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF IIAMtlSBUItO, l'A. Cifitai . . 3300,000 ftuaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA. PA. Capita! .?500.000 riillK above Companies liavinfcftppmnted the under 1 . .. ? i r ? U'\...a!im- ?mi viritnfv iir. atuive i .un|Miii?*> u . , : I .icncl tl.fir Agent f,.r Wheeling. *n<l tlcliilty. wn,M rapectftillv ?uli< it the |?tn>mec nfthc piil.ll...

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. — 26 June 1860

attllijrurtr CAMPBELL * I'DEBXOT, SD2TORJ AJO> FtOPKISTOU. TrtMB r-Dtfu, ttaiirwd in city. jmr i DiUl, by JidSLlii whtaer xaaU, Is ? WaTS.^ g?a. iaadre WHEEL1NQ: Tnwday Morning, Jtrne 26, I860. Virginia lepabiiean Ticket TOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM XINCOLN, OP ILLINOIS, FOR TICK PRESIDENT. HAKNXBAIi TTA1HT.TTT. or xaixb. ?. KtBCTORS AT LAROE. &?*?? JoJjb DISTRICT ELECTORS. Wrl^it. 1-?t1 Pltuaui. R- II- Or*J. "W. 2. Sl*T?a#o?. Tlwiiw TM. D W. Kobrtf. ^otmph Appla^M*. J. 8. Frauua. Thammm Hvwltt. Jar^b Hornbrtok. Jemjth Bell. S. M. P?tenos. G.D. n?n. ornoote or tkx m?s szxcczrrx committee. I. M. Pnmphrey. CA'm. A. If. Campbell, Smtr'y. Sow thai dissolution has overtaken the ?>nd out of its ruins have which as yet has defined the ground which occupy or the principles in support of which each will ask the suffrages of the American people, yet from the known causes which were mainly operative in its disruption and final destruction, we mar find b stand point from which to take a cur...

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. — 26 June 1860

Uailg ? ntcIUijcucei! ^"LftVBMtljiroulat'ion of a"y Faper in Western Virgiaia. Tuesday Morning, Jane 26,I860. jpgy-Tiiu School Term ia all the public schools will close on Friday next, and the little folks will have a grand holllday time ; for two long, hot months. jjjjp-WEST Liberty Academy. The *ecoud annual examination of the stu dents of this Institution commenced yes terday und will close with the evening ex ercises of to-morrow. We hope our citi zens, as of llle", BS P0S8ib'e. attend. We have no hesitancy in saying that the interest of the occasion will am ply repay them for their time. gjg-KE rciisisttJIoiii:.?Many of the del egates to the several Baltimore Conven tions, stopped at the Alt-Lure House oa their return yesterday uiorniug, to rest awhile from the fatigues of travel, and to recover from the effects of the eternal diu of the disorderly githeriuga which they have attended. Most of these delegates me from the Northwest, and are. of course, stroa? friends of Douglas. ...

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. — 26 June 1860

latin ?f?telligen?r. Ttmuy or Japan* ST OEOROK W. BDXOAT. ?a: Mary of the GUn. Hu any maiden spoke of jtri, Darling little man 7 Ia there a heart that's broke for you. Tommy of Japan? I hare lands and I hare money, ? carriage and a span; My red lipe are sweet as honey, Tommy of Japan. My lair cheeks are red aa roees; I will let them tan If complexion interposes, Tommy of Japan. The pare snow-drift of my bosom Chtyls not, darling man. The first lore of my heart's blossom. Tommy or Japan. I hare friends in honored stations, Not the mlgar dan;' I have rery rich relations, Tommy of Japan-' , I can speak in French and Latin, Flfrt well with my tan; I can sing a morning matin. Tommy of Japan. I can play on the guitar, fence well as a man; X am the pet of my pfpa, Tommy of Japan.' He wonld have me single tarry, Oh! tliecruel mam Tor, oh! I should like to marry, Tommy of Japan. tommy's reply. My poor heart is heary laden. A bud crushed on the spray, Tor I lore you gentle maiden, White lily ...

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. — 27 June 1860

VOLUME 8 W HEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27. 1860. NUMBER 262 / itIKTKD AXD PUBLISHED 1IY ? BELL & M'DERMOT, IJTTELLlCEJfCER BUILDIIVGH, jV. K. tturner r,f Quincj and Main-SU. T EPMS: ?iily,(l>y mall, payable *n advance, U. .$5,00 :?? the Week, (j>ftvftble to the Carriers,}, 10 :rMroekly, (per year,, payablo In ail ranee.) 3,00 X?-AdvertWngdona^pi reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient It? cuffom?n?, UHtst be pafd in arlraubo. TNS U? A N OE . ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. ,>y nnARfiOTrsvii.r,E, va. CiMTlt, ? $100,006 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OV PITTSBCKUH, PA Capital $300, ooo Comimwealtli Insurance Co, OK IfAUHISDCItQ. PA. CiPItiL ..$300, *00 duaker City Insurance Co. OK PHILADELPHIA, PA. Catital?. $500,000 | t J1IIK above Companies havinjrappointed the unrler L signed their Agent for Wheeling, Rn<l vicinity, would recoct fully solicit the patronage of the public. Sniit ComjMtuiw nro woll known to be fir-1 cluua offices, i All Io?sei?...

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. — 27 June 1860

CAMPBELL * M'DEBMOT, EDITOW USD nOFtUTOU. TKBMS.?Dxilt, delivered in city, per week. 10 cent? Dint, by nell. la alnut 4SM Tu-fraix, br mAfl, iaedtenee, ZM> Wxzxlt, by audi, UaAvtiM, 1J00 W H E E JL. I X G: Wednesday Morning, June 27,1860. Virginia Bepnbiican Ticket. TOE PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OP ILLINOIS. rem vice president, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or xun. ELECTORS AT LARGK. <1*9rgeRye. Jolro MeLmre, jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. ?- John Wright. T-e?t Pittmee. R. H. Grey, W. F. Etnnwa. Thome* Todd. D. W. Robert*. .Fnagph Applegete. J. 5. Freemu. Thome* Hewitt. Jerob Horsbreok. Jiwph BelL S. M. Petereon. o. d. n*u. ?rnmi or tu lun mtmu coaunrm. L M. Punphrey, Ch'mu A. W. OunpbeU, Jte'y. Tbb letter of our Baltimore correspon dent, published on tbe first page of to day's paper, detailing tbe difficult;- between Montgomery and Randall, should bavi come to hand some days ago, but by some mishap or other, instead of coming direct ly here, it took a circuit round by Cincin nati, and only reac...

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. — 27 June 1860

??? Largest Circulation of nny Paper in Western Virginia. Wednesday Morning. June 27, I860. jgyWir. learn liiat Joseph Ilttllnm and Jiiscpb Robinson bnve been appointed, and arc now serving on the night watch. jggj-SEST Up.?Mrs. Manick, a misera ble drunken creature, who lives in the vicinity of the old jail, made such a terri ble disturbance among her neighbors, that some 01' them complained and hud her eeut to j?ilyesterday. She mis committed by Aid. Wright. jgi^THtHE will he Hi examination of j the pupil* in the Wheeling Female Semi-I nsrv to-day and to-morrow. The friends ! ofths lastitution arc invited to attend, -in j lamination tit this Institution 13 consider- j able of an event and the exercises are very i interesting. i We uuder?taud that Porl'. iucho will give a tree concert at the Seniinnrv to- I uight. The public may reft assured that : it will prove highly entertaining. feB~Ct.0Si.N0 Up.?A proposition is now before tin? wholesale merchants of the city, lu enter into a ...

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. — 27 June 1860

[From the N. T. Sunday Time*.] Sabbath Bells. bt Bnnomr JUfcg on. ring on, O Sabbath Belial For memory-in that music dwells. And bnrled scenes awaken. Of d?ji when Innocent and free. I heard jour gladsome minstrelsy, By grief and care forsaken. 1aee the lane, the dewy gnu, Sparkling like diamonds as I pass, A. careless, heedless rorer? For, at the end of yonder street. To which yoo streamlets.wiod and meet, I turn, and see my lorer! Then, mingled with your merry peal, On willing ears would softly steal A voice so sweet and dear. That, losing all things else beside. We talked of lore, and sadly sighed To'Snd the church so near. like Ioo?-hufh?d music no?r it seems, Or riaion of some happy dream Of bright Utopian land, Where hearts that love in faith may rest, And lovers' tows will bear the test Of Time's remorseless hand. Soon shall thy tones, so sweet, so dear, A solemn, mournful music bear Tolling my ended years; Toll for a soul, whose dreams of youth, Of lore, and joy, and honest ...

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. — 28 June 1860

VOLUME 8, NUMBER WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, I860 263, J'KINTKD AND published by CAMPBELL & m'DERMOT, u ijt^wcencer BUILDIKOS, j\" c*rnsr of Quittct/ an J Jfain-SU. t IE R M S i niily,(??.?' m>?. payable in wlnuicc,} $5,00 By ?ho WMk. (payable to (he Carrier*). 10 Trl-Wcfkly, (peryear, payable in olTancr,) 3,00 ArtvwflMng don# on reasonable tenm. All adrertlMment* from ndlirtsice, or from transient city enrtoniom. must bo paiil in ?dranco.",?a INSURANCE. ALB E MARL E IN SURA NCFcft OF Cir.tHBOTTSm.LE; VA. .. cifiTAt, i..l?>a;opo Pennsylvania Insurance Co. of pirrsBiTKGir, pa. Capital $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF IIAUKISBDItO. pa. - ?* ....$300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA. PA. Capital $500,000 rrillE above Coiripaniea havingappointed the under X signed their Agent fur Wheeling, ami vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronnEt! of the public. SoitlCompiiiiiud nro well known to be fir^t clana oflicoB. AH lovtctf promptly adjuste...

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. — 28 June 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Daxlt, delivered In city, per week, 10 canta Dailt, by mall, in advance.. .$6,00 Tri-Wmocly, by mall. In ad ranee..?^ 3.00 Wjuou.T?by mail, in advance-........... 1.00 WHEEL" I N G : *" Thursday Morning, June 38.1860. Virginia Bepublican Ticket. FOE PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OP ILLINOIS. tOK Y10B PRE8IPMNT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. ELECTORS AT LARGE, George Rye. John McLure, jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. John Wright. J.ev| Pittmaa. R. II. Gray, W. E. SterensoD. Thomas Todd. D. W. Roberta. Joseph Applegate. J. S. Freeman. Thomaa Hewitt. Jacob Ilornbreofc. Joeeph Bell. S. M. Peterson. G. D. Hall. QWOKIUS or THK STATU KXECCTITK COMMITTER. I. M. Pumphrey, CA'm. A. W. Campbell, S$tfy. "Sermons on the Seasons. ?We are la receipt of a neat little volume en titled "Sermons on the Seasons," by Rer. Franklin Moors, formerly Pastor of the 4th Street M. E. Church, in this city, but now of Philadelphia. The book contAins a portrait of the aut...

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. — 28 June 1860

Thursday Morning, June 28,1860. Distinguished Aiikivai..?General Lewis CrtSS, Of Michigan, present Secretary of State nnda great Democratic war-horse was stopping at tbe McLure House yester day. Although nearly eighty years of ?ge. General Cass looks still little and hearty and move* about-with a firm step and a bead erect. In speaking yesterday about bis health he remarked that he bad never drank ft drop of liquor or taken a vhew of tob.icco iu his life, and to his obstenions habits be attributed his present excellent health-. H ?ving spent many years of his life upon the frontier, where whisky drinking and tobacco chewing be long 10 the fine arts, tliH is certainly most rtsnurkable and only g'iei to show the pos.-Wiion of an indomitable will. Gen. fuss, remarked, however, that lie was constantly warned that lie could not sur vive much longer, and from tbe number of people who crowded about, him and shook him by tbe hand, we could not help agreeing with bini. Xo man but one who has...

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. — 28 June 1860

HoM^-Our home! What imMfes are brought before u? bj tb*t one word! The meeting of cordial smiles, and the gather ing round the evening he*rth, and the in terchaoge of thoughts in kindl/ words, ana the glance of ere? to which our hearts lie open as day?there is the true city of ref uge! Where are we to turn when it is X. out from US or cbangPd? Who erer thought his home could change. And vet tho?f calm, deep and still delights over which the world seems to bitTe no breath of power, they, too. .are like the beaut.fu^ Bummer clouds, tranquil as if fi*ed to sleep forever in th* pur? "Ior% of the skies, yet all the while melting from u?, though imperceptibly passing away. A SueHT ; So, you are going into the country ? queried Mrs. Partington, smiling, ? bcr ^.eigWocn-,^ Mr Diggs, looted in at the door. "T?s,, he replied: -Tre engaged rooms, bat land lords are uncertain, and t may get loo d. "I hope to my heart yon won t. replied ?be, "for there's too manr of em round now, that are not no...

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. — 29 June 1860

VOLUME 8. NUMBER 264. ? JUNE'29. 1860. PKIXTKD AND 1'UIILISHED HI' . - CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT u istb1lioescbk buildikgl, X Kmrit'r of qnincy and Main TERMS: p,ily,(by owl!,payable In advance,).... : ,'.,$5.0(J U, the f|iaynlile to the Carrier*,)..... 10 TrMVeelcly. (per year, payable in advance.) 3,00 ng-AdrirtJring done on raaaonable terou. All lulrertlsemfiiU from a distance, orfrum tranalent ?ity cwtomer*, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. of CKARLOTTSTILLB, VA. CirnJUr 9*00,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. of pitt&jUiicju, pa. CxPltH ?.???? $300,000 Eommonweafth Insurance Co, of HARnrsSiUBO. pa. >'in?t - .....$300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OK PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital - 8400,000 riMIK ?bure Companies li*vinn*ppointeJ the nn.ler L signed tlieir Apcnt fur Wheeling, nn-1 rlcinlty, would reipectfullv solicit the patronage of llic public. Said Companies arc well known to beflrat class offices. All losses promptly ii4Ju8t<-.l. X.C. ARTIfUU. A (ft...

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. — 29 June 1860

-failg ftttHligtiim CAMPBELL & M DEB.KOT, iihtou amd rabrurroas. Tmm.?DULTi <?U? u ml is dlj. per mk. 10 caat* Dult, by man, ia >lnm Tai-Warnr, by buO. ia iln? S.0Q Tmu, by mail, iaadraaea, ... - 1X0 ~ WHKELIXG; . ~ Friday Morning. June 89,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. rot. pkkdskx. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, or iulvois. FOR ncz MHSSJMXT. HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or nxnrr. HJBCT0K8 AT LAKflK. Joha NoUn, Jr. BtfiTRICT ELECTORS. Joha Wright. T-?*f nttnu. K. H. Any, W. K. St?Tnwm. TbmaaToM. D TT.XoWii Jommpk Imlef&t*. J. S. rmmu. Tbaaou HniO. Jmb Bor&brook. Joaapb Bdl. 8. If. retmn. 6. D. H?U. arnaru or tu (tats imvim oonma I. U. Pm?phi?T. Ck m. A. W. Campbin. Ste'y. Th? Gbilt Easts: rx has amjvsd at Xiw Yowc 1 as will bt seen by annonnce ment in our telegraphic column. She left Southampton on Sunday, the l7tb. The arrival of this mammoth ship will, without doubt, create one of the most intense popular excitements that has been witnessed in this country for many a day. The people h...

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. — 29 June 1860

tnttx *3. Wgeat Circulation Western Vir^. ^ Pa?er ln -j'riday f^pTn. BZ&~ ll\)/.irrretal furnishes some infor mation n regard to railroad movements, which is of local interest. It states that arrangements for the consolidation for the earnings of the Central Ohio, ai.d Pitts burgh, Columbus St Cincinnati Railroads, are so far agreed npon that there is every probability for the final consummation of the plan. Both roads are in the bands of Receivers, neither having been able to meet the accruing interest on its bonded indebtedness. Both lines have been and still are seriously embarrassed though so operated as to give th<-greatest dispatch to passengers and freights?llie credit of these lioel has been, and will continue first class with the traveling and forwarding public, however low its financial status iu Xcw ! York, Loudon or Amsterdam. Whether | the scheme of the proposed consolidation j embraces the building of but one bridge j across the Ohio (at Wheeling instead ofj Ste...

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. — 29 June 1860

Eleven Model of Solelde: 1. Wearingthin shoes and cotton stock ing! on damp nights, and in cool, rainy weather.' Wearing insufficient clothing, and especially npon the ijmb9 and extrem itles. 2. Leading a life of enfeebling, stupid laziness, and keepiug the mind iu an un natural state of excitement by reading trashy novels. Going to theaters, parties and balls in all sorts of weather in the thinnest possible dress. Dancing till iu a complete perspiration,and then going home without sufficient over garments, through the cool, damp air. 3. Sleeping on feather beds, in seven bv-nine bed-rooms, without ventilation at the top of the windows, and especially with two or three persons in the same small nnventilated bed-room. 4. A surfeiting on hot and very stimula ting dinners. Eating in a hnrry, without masticating the .food, and eating hearty before going to bed every night, ? ' "a the mind and the body are exhaust i by the toils of thoday and the excitement of the evening.' . 5^ Beginnin...

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. — 30 June 1860

VOLUME S. WHEELING, VA?SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 30. I860. ? jcratRKK l'JIlMTlJ AND PtrnjJSHED II\ UAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTEtWfiEXCBIl BUIlBljlos, .V. ;>*?"? "f Quincy and jir.n'n-.Vi. T K li. ~te S : n.ily.(l,v mail, payable in mlvnuF^v. ViM by the U'ti'k. (luvnl'lo III (lie Carrier*.). 10 rri-HVckly.If ' .var,payable in U'lvnncv.) 3,00 jjjy Advertising done on reasonable term*. All iulwrti^?9*nt* from a distance, or from trahnioiit City customer*. miwt Le paid in adnuuv. ^i??? ISSifEANC e"! ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CI1A liLOTTS\TULE? V A. Capital. ?? $4oo,ooo Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF I'lTT.iliUl'.an, PA. Capital ?... ?joo,ooo Commonwealth Insurance Co, OP llAUUI.snUJUi. l'A. <\MTAL ...1. $.100,000 (Quaker City Insurance Co. OK PHILADELPHIA. PA. C\PITA1 ... . $500,000 rpHK above Companies Iiaviiijrappointed the linder |_ signed thnirA^ut fur Wheeling, ami vicinity, would riHpectfally solicit tlio prifnum^n of the puldii;. KaidCotnpHiiics .arc wull known tt? Ih.? ilrst...

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. — 30 June 1860

Haiti gntrlligrnrrr W H E E L I X G: Saturday Morning, Jbm 30,1860. Yirginia Republican Ticket. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF 1LLISOU. rot TK2 FMBDE5T, hannxbai. hahlin, or xiijx. KLBCTOU AT LUMK, Georp Kj?. Joka MfTarc, jr. SfBTUCT ELECTORS. Join ITrj^t UH Ptttau. 1L H. Grsy. V. E_ Eur? ~ ?Xodi. D. ? Ijyhpf , J. i. 1 m Hewitt. Horaktok. Jowpfa Bail. S. M. Pftnw G.D. 1UU. I. X. hapkrir. CVm. A. 1 * I A bujo Douglas demonstration U mo- ' < nonnced to come off in Philadelphia this 2 evening. The telegraph mentions that . , the Little Giant will land in the city in ' time to receireaierenade. M One of onr despatches also stataa that 9 the DoQgla* men will not enter into any ? j arrangement with the Breekenridge men j to ran the same electoral ticket. From - ' present indications there is cot math .' prospect of the two factions coming to- ' ! gether?but tber may do so yet, in view ; . of the bet. that ?nlw? they do so, they j 1 will be completely annihilated next No vember. Pennsylvania is aa...

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. — 30 June 1860

litiln f BteUijwtr tieest Circulation of any Paper in ? ^ ?ar.wtera Virginia.-S? I^r^flvlffornlng. June 30,1860. 'fiabbath School Excursion. S,.?DK=IOV OF THE MKTIIODIST 8AJU I ls ^ o?.ii7>ni <i of tliU city. to celebralo the UAtl SGAKffiJ Itoltoni, 12 utile* below Whecl 1J ""i" ?wTride. The committee of arranKe. ;?<*> ?..Viv inrite the friends of Sahbitli School! """S1; ?!!" arrangement? are ample; U3,lc ?KUIU hartalK been engaged, two lijht draug ^ wharf, and one from ;.f,hJdSg tL. toor of starting will be 7}< tWC?' r. r ?1 those not connected with the school! W*?2L?r 'uj may be obtained of tho comin.ttee ?%???&?** with the different ?liool.. jtW-'-t lecuiion of Nathaniel Harien, ?FOR TUB? flURDER of Miss MORRIS.1 TUeexcWtTon of .V.itl" tniel II trie., for it, currier of Miss .Vlelissa Morris, took |i -t at Moundsville, Marshall county L i-'-Jsy- usual at all public execu :r;/the crowd of people was immense I; the deepest interest and anxiety were | to witness t...

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