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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 30 June 1860

An In?kmul3 ^ax.?Cats in general are said to die bard,' but De la Croix tells of one that escaped a wretched death by out witting a philosophical professor: "I once saw," he relate-, "a lecturer upon experimental philosophy place a cat under the glass receiver of an air pump, for the purpose of demonstrating that life cannot be supported without air and res piration. The lecturer lied already made several strokes with the piston, in order to exhaust the receiver of air: when the cat, who began to feel herself very uncomfor table in the rarified atmosphere, was for tunate enough to discover the source from whence her nneiisin(88 proeccded. ?S!ie placed her paw upon the hole through which the air escaped, and thus prevented any .more from passing out of the receiver. All the exertions of the philosopher were now unavailing; in vnin he drew the pis ton; the cat's paw effectually prevented its operation. Hoping to effect his' purpose, he again let air.into the receiver, which as the cat...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 2 July 1860

VOLUME 8. I8firt NUMBER 266 ?r PKINTKD AND PCRLISOED uv iJUPBELL & BTDERBTOT, jTBLLKiEXCER BriLDIKGS, Y ?. cnrmr of Quinr.jt and JJa\n-Sis. TER IM JS : f (by tuxil. payable in adviuic.*,)... - 45,00 ?r U'??k, (livable to tin-Carriers.). 10 tffekly. ? l">r yor.jwwblc in a?lraiu-e.). 2,00 r\liherfl?ing done on reasonable term*. ; .ulvertisements from a distance. orfr.-?m transient must be paid in adrance. INSURANCE. lEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CHAIttOTTSVILLE, VA. $400,000 ?iL. uasylvaiila Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURG!!, PA. $300,000 iraonweallh Insurance Co, Or IIAURTSDURU, PA. j;TU $300,000 uaier City Insurance Co. <1K rlllLADEI.riUA. PA. $600,000 Iab?.v ? Companiei Invingnppointed the under ' rruvl thoir A pent fur Wheeling, and vicinity, :????ji?srtfully solicit the irfttronnci* of tlio public, jmjrfutio* ire well known to be first class nfllces. jTuuijiilr :ulju?iftl. N.r. ARTHUR. Agt. ?q?lv Office over the Rank of Wheeling. Oicc First Class Insurance (tAKTEU perpetual. MiiC...

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

ailj) gnlfHijfuter CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. 0 TERMS.?DjlHT. deliyerod in city, per 10 c?nt? Dailt, by malL in mItadc*.. $&,00 Tu-WSKELT, by mjiiL in advance. 100 VmLY.bj mail, in advance- l,0o ~~ W H. IS EL ISG : Jfonday Morning, Jnly 2,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket FOR PRESIDENT^ ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR TICK PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or MAKE. KLBCTOBS AT UAROE. Qcorp Rt?_ Jobs McLmrr. jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. JohaWrigfat. L?Ti PittmAB. BL. U. Gr*T. W. E. Surnwm. TboaM Todd. D. W. Robert*. JoMpk Applffit*. J. S. Fmstts. Thomu H.witt. Jarob lionibr*ok. Ja?pfa. B*ll. S. M. Fi?r??. G. It. Bill. ?man or TIE ftati rxicmri comnrrix. I. M. Pumpimj. Ck'm. A. W. Ckiupbell. Sfc'y. Ocr Baltimore Convention correspond ent, in & private letter from New York, yesterday, say? :?"Coming over here we bad Pennington. Sonle. and numberless .?ucr mirrnfutj aboard. Tbe whole big train teemed to be made op of members of Congress and delegates to some one or o...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 2 July 1860

tn, Lar?est Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-ffio Monday Morning, July 2, I860, j FUNERAL notice. The Brethren of Wheeling Lodge, No. 12S. and of Ohio LoJge, No- -A. Y. M., and nil sojourning | litethren in regular standing, are requested to meet ! at the Lodge Room, in Washington Hall, this (Mon day) morning, at 0 o'clock, 10 attend the funeral of tiro. Wm. C. Hall. W. J. BATES, W. M. Sabbath School Excursion. IT IS THK DKSION OF THS METHODIST SAB BATH SCHOOLS, of this cit.r. to celebrate the 4th of July atDillie*' Bottom. 12 miles below Wheel j?? on the Ohio Hide. The committee of arrange ments rurdtally invito the friend* of Sabbath Schools to unite with them. The arrangement? arc ample; three light draught boats havlug been engaged, two of which will pt*?rt from th;* wharf, and one from Eoff'a landing. The hour of starting will be ? 'A wVlock. Tickets for sll tlioee not connected with the schools xcill he SOct*.. and may tn* obtained of I (if cotnniittt-c (t qintitf...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 2 July 1860

ailg jntclligcncct. OLD FEIEVD8 TOGETHER. Oh. tim*? is swwet, when rose* tue^t With spring'# bweet breath around thrral AXid iwwt the oomt when Le?rt? art lost. If those we lore have found there' And tweet the mind, that still can find, A star In dvintveatber: Bat nought can be so sweet to toe. As old friends met together! Those day* of old. when youth was bold. And tiro*- wtole viup to speed it. And rooth n**er knew how fast time flew? Or knowing, did not heed it! Though gray each brow that meets us now? For age brings wintry weather? Yet nought can be *o"sweet to see As tboM old friends together? The few long known, that years hare shown. With hearts that friendship blesses: A hand U? cheer?perchance a tear? To sooth a friend's distresses! That helped and tried?still side by side? A friend to face hard weather; And thus may we yet joy to see. And meet old friends together! New Wjiy to I'av Old Debt* ?A windy young man, who made up in biass what be lacked in gold, bought a large st...

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. — 3 July 1860

VOLUME 8 WHEELING, VA.,TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1860 NUMBER 267 piil.VJKR AND PUBLISHED BY " CAMPBEIjIi & M'DERMOT, IXTBLLIOEKCER BUILDINGS, V. E. corn* r of Quincy and Main-Sts. T K RMS: n lily.(by mwil. payable in advauce,)... $5,00 J:> tj,e Week, fjmyable to the Carriers,). 10 Ti i Weekly. (per year. payable iu advance,) 3;00 Advertising done on reasonable tenus. All advertisements fr*?x?i a distance, orfrotn transient city customers, most be paid in advance. Tn surance. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CIIARLOTTSVTLLK, VA. Capital. $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK PITf SB L' RG 11. PA. CiriTAL $300,000 CoramonweaUF Insurance Co, OF IIARIUSRURO. PA. Capital $30iJ.000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Ca riTM ...5500,000 rilllK above Companies havingapi>oii?tcd the under 1 signed their Agent f..r Wheeling, and vicinity, would respectfully illicit tho imtronage of the public. ?a'id Companies are well known to be first class oftices. All losses promptly adjust...

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. — 3 July 1860

gaitg gntrtligrnm' CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PR6PUIETOB8. TERMS.?Daily, delivered in city. i*r week. 10 cent* Daily, by maiL in advance- .$?.00 TsirWzuxY, by m&il, in nAvxncb.. 2-00 VFtiiLT, by mail, in advance^.. 1,0a W H B E !.? I NT G : Tuesday Morning, July 3,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, or ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. ELECTORS AT LA ROE. O*orge Rt?. John McLwrr. j r. DISTRICT ELECTORS. Jotn Wright. Le.i Pittman. R. H. Gray. W. E. Slerpiwon. Tbrnoa To>]d. D. W. Robtrtf. Joseph Appl.jp*!.. .1. S. PrwmiD. TbomA. Hewitt. Jm-obIlornbraA. Joeepk Bell. S. M. Peterwn. O. D. Hall. omau of 7 fir rati rxrcrriTr. cosonrTr*. I. M. Pnmphrey. Ch'm. A. W. Oftxnpb.ll, S^c'y. Wi did not, as oar readers are aware, receive the whole of Senator Douglas letter of acceptance, Saturday night, in ? consequence of the storm. It will be found on oar fir3t page this morning en tire, copied from our Kastern exchanges , recei...

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. — 3 July 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper ill Western "Virginia.*&? Tuesday Morning-, July 3, 1860. ? f r AXTBD. ?Six or eiglit good Carpenters run W tiiii employment t-y making application to Woi.R. McComw, at tlie ."uspeiision Bridge. Jv-lt Icjf A .Mas Falls i-kom nit Suspension Bridge.?Yesterday afternoon a man nam ,-dKllis Dalton. employed on the new Sus pension bridge, accidentally fell lroin tlie door of t!ie structure a distance of about ,yht;/fiet. alighting in three feet of water near the western shore, I'pou reaching1 rhe water he arose quickly and commenced 1 ?? <trii.e for/shore, but being badly stunned he made only leelile progress and would | doubtless have been drowned but for the shallow water and the timely assistance of tlie nun on shore. When rescued one of his "?= was discovered to have been badly s uttered and bruised. The wounded man I ,r.is placed in an express wagon and con- i vered to his residence, where he was ??iroperlv treated. Ualton was walkino * ? | i.b...

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. — 3 July 1860

ail# jgutclligcncer. Ax Englishman who could not speak good German, wag riding on the road be tween Dresden and Leipsic. when be asked as well as be could, bow long it took to go through the tunnel. The person lie spoke to thought be asked bow long be fore the tunnel would be reached, sad so he answered, "In half an hour." When they approached the place the Englishman threw down bis carpet bag and pulled off hit coat, fn a few minutes all were envel oped in the darkness of the tunnel. After some ten minutes a streak ofjligbt appeared, and the ladies, oppressed by the heavy at mosphere, seemed impatient to be again in pure air. Then the full light came in: ev eryone took a long breath, when snddenly the ladies gave a simultaneous shriek and palled their veils over their faces to hide front them the disastrous condition of the Englishman. The poor man thought the passage through liie tunnel would take thirty minuter, and had been surprised by returning to light in the midst of bis toi...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 July 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4. 1860. NUMBER 268. PKINTKD AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, ISTELLIGEXOER BUILDIXG9, X. K. corner <>f Qui net/ and ifain-Sts. TERMS: p ifly, (by mail, payable in advnnw,).- $5,00 rlic Week, (payable to theCarrierr,.). 10 Weekly, (per year,payable in ^dyancc,) 3,00 1?Advertising done oil reasonable terms. Ht. iverti^etiifhts from a distance, or from transient poi imers, must bo paid in advance. h . Insurance. lu? pres. J A RLE INSURANCE CO. OF CH A RLOTTS VILLE, VA. ??r. .. ?100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF P1TT.SBU11UH, I?A. Capital $300,000 h Insurance Co, OF HA11KISBUUG, PA. C atital $->00,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Cvpital $500,000 f |MIK nbove Companies hnviujrappoiuted the umler L signed their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, xvonlit respectfully solicit the patruiiage of the public. Saiil Companies are well known to be first class offices. Ail lossos promptly adjusted. X.C. ARTHUR. Ag...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 July 1860

ijailjj ||utellig*urcr CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND FBOPEIETOttS. TERMS.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 cents Daily, by xnaiL in adrauce,. .. .$5.00 * ?t?J mail, in advance,. 3,00 ' - yf^xfa.rtbj rmU, iaadvwice,... l.oO WHKELI X O f " Wednesday Morning, July 4,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILOXOIS. VOR TICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OV MAINE. ELECTOR? AT LARUE, Oeors? Rye. John MeI.Br>, jr. DISTRICT ELECTOR*. J*? ''fright. L,,i Pittmau. R. II. Gray yf E S:eT?nson. Tbonuu Toid. D V. Robert*. Jcaeph Applejst,. J. ?. Freeman. "''i". Jacob IIon,br?ok. JM.pk Bell. g. m. Peterion. O. D. Hall. OFTICtaj or THE STATS rXECCTITL COJiXITTXT. I. M. PnrophreT. (Va. A. W. CampUl!. Sec y. The FoL'rtu.?The anniversary of the memorable day upon which our Indepen dence was declared, is again upon us, and whilst the reader is looking over this pa per, the fourth of July is being welcomed into theyear 1860 by the-booming of can non and loud sho...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 July 1860

flail!} cum' ?j>- Largest Circulation of any Paper m Western Virginia.'(?? Wednosday Morning\ July 4, I860. g^-t.'iTV Colscil.?A called meeting 01 the City Council was held last evening tor tiie purpose mole ol* consultation than Havlhing tl-'C- ^<0 business of public ira port.nce was transacted. gs^-W'E should like to fee) tiie nir pat jn<r a little cooler, la indulgisig in tliisex pression we believe we have every man woman and child in the city with us?veu Jcra of ice ci eria and ginger pop except e*l. jg^yA Row.? A row occurred in North Wheeling, last evening, in which officer Dcflfeiibaugh was assaulted and in which ii man nauicd Russt-U and another named Orcer participated. Russell was sent to jail for thirty days but Greer escaped. River.?There were about ] three feet and a half feet water in the ! channel of the Ohio, yesterday, and rising ? s'.owly. Tiie weather, yesterday, was cloudv, with occasional showers, and a hope was aroused in the hearts of steam boatmen t...

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

fjjailg ?f utettigcuccr. A Pictce* or tub Woods.?The follow ing descriptive passage from the 'Profess or's Story,' in the July number of the At lantic Monthly, is one of the finest pictures Dr. Holmes ever painted: "The woods are all alive to one who walks through them with bis mind in an excited state, and his eyes and ears open. The trees are always talking, not merely ?whispering with their leaves, for every tree talks to itself in that way, even when it stands alone in the middle of a pasture, but grating the bongbs against each other, &s old horu-handed farmers press their dry, rustling palms together?dropping a nut, or a leaf or a twig, clicking to the tap of a wopdpecker, or rustling a* a squirrel flashes along a branch. It was now the season of singing bird3, and the woods were haunted with mysterious, tendermu, sic. The voice of the birds which love the deeper shades of the forest are sadder than those of the open fields: these are the nuns that have taken the veil, the...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 6 July 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.,FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 6 NUMBER 270. I'lllXTED AM) M'M.IMIED IiV JAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTBLMOBKCER BUILDISGJ, JV*. coriisy of Qliincy unit J/ain-Sfj. T K 11 M S : p.ilr.(l>y mail, payable in advance,! $5.00 (he Week. (payable to the Carrion,). 10 ii-Uevkly, (per year, payable in advance.) 3,00 Be* Advertising dune on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, orfrom transient ,I(T Orttomora, rnnst bejiaid in advance. IN S U B A N CE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CIIARLOTTSVILLE, VA. dHTML ? ??"? $400,000 1 Pennsylvania Insurance Co., of rirrsnuituu. pa. CiPITil $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, of HARRISHUHG, I'A. CAPtMt ~ .. $300,000 (junker City Insurance Co. ok philadelphia, pa. (VITAL .- $500,000 iiJFK above Companies havinsnppointed the undor [ -i^ned their Agent f.?r Wheeling, and vicinity, sjuld if spoctftil'v solicit the patronage of the public, vii Companies arc well known to be fimt class oniee9. i;l 1 ?-^ed promptly adjusted. N.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. — 6 July 1860

ailg ?#telHge??r CA JtPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AJiD PROPRIETORS. nRM?Dili I. delivered in city, per week, 10 cente Dailt, bj moil, in advance? .Si.00 Tu-Wkklt, by maO. in advance, Sj? Vmu, by mail, in advance? 1.0k ~ WHEELING: Friday Morning, Jnly 6,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket JOB PRESIDENT. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, CP ILLINOIS. pok tick rusmcKT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OP MJLXXE. ELECTOR! AT LARffE, Opotjt Bye. John M?I-?rr, jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. John Wright. J-eei Pittnau. R. 11. OrmT, W. E. Stetentoo. TbonneTndd. D VT. Roberts. JtMcph Applepate. J. S. Freeman. Tbomu Hewitt. Jacob Horubreok. Jonpk Bell. 8. It. PeteNvn. V. D. Hall. omcoi or rac rriTi mcrart corairrer. 1. M. Pampbrey. Ck'm. JL V. Campbell, Sec y. Wi received yesterday, at too late an boar to appear this morning, an account of tbe commencement exercises ont at Bethany on the 4th. The favor of onr correspondent shall have a place to-mor row. W? publish el-ewhere. this morning, a paragraph from tbe V Y. Timet, stating that...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 6 July 1860

ItoilK ftitflUgmc* I p. Largest Circulation of any Paper in * Western Virginia."*.* Friday Morning, July 6, I860. _ , or Shooting with Intknt j Ju Kill. On Wednesday, the Fourth, a : German named Wm. Meminger was ar- I restcil upon the charge of shooting u ser- j vanl girl in t,ie Jlonroe House, named Catherine Houck. He was taken before \IJ. Dultv for an examination. Leopold ( Schell testified that .Meminger was in the t,ack part of his (Schell's) house, and at iho invitation of \yitness, picked up an old revolver loaded with bnc-kshot and fired three shots against a fence. W hen about w a cap for a fourth, the pistol accidentally went otV, and the contents of ibc barrel struck Catherine llouck, who i was stmdiug oil the back porch of the , Monroe House, which adjoins Schell's j resilience. Some of the shot entered the i . iri s neck, breast and arm, and she was pretty seriously injured. Another servant girl belonging to the . Monroe House, testified that Meminger j pointed the pis...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 6 July 1860

ftailg Intelligence*. i TH? BLOOIL1 KG OK VIOLET. All! cast those gloomy.thought* snide, Tht spring is here; She comes with all her riolrti To bless another year; La riming at her welcomt voice. They steal in gladness oat. And wish'd for long. the light warm south Is harping all about. By garden walk and rustic fence. Fair bush a ad rude gray stone. They laugb amoog tl?e 1mt? and grass, In purple cluster si row 12;? Ketiring from the gass of meu. They lurk, a bashful race. Bat every breeze, that wander* by, Bereals their lading place. While, nocdlews of their own nreet worth. They the shining dew. Or catch, from God's eternal arch. It* deep and stainless blue. Go, mark thou well the scent and dies, To them at freely given: And own that weak and lowly things Are yet most loved of Heaven. Thee drop this weary load of cars. Be meekly glad as they. Kor fear to '?ve like them unseen. To pass uneven away;? Learn thou with joy to stand or falL Where sacred duty bads. And prize, above renow...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 July 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.,SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1860. NUMBER 271. WilNTKl) AND PUBLISHED 1?Y CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, istbiligbscbr buildings, jV. /?;. citruer of Quinci/ ami TERMS: Pnlly.(by mail, payable in advance. $5,0* Lv the Week, (payable to the Carriers.) 1C Tri- Weekly,(per year, payable in advance.) 3,00 #3"* Advertising done on reasonable terms. All fidvertfcenjents from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid In advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OK CIIAULOTTSVILLE. VA. Capital, *100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK PITTSBUnUII, PA. Capital $-300,000 Commonweal Insurance Co, OF IIAUKlSBUIlO. PA. Capital $200,000 (itiaker City Insurance Co. 01- PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital $500,000 fSHiK ib.?^?r CompimieH havhipappointed the nnder L filif'ied their Airent f>r Wheeling, and vicinity, would respectfully solicit the putrormpo of the public! SaldComp-uiie* aru known t.? betirsl da** otHcc3. All l.?s*<v- promptly ndju^ted. N.C. AUTIIlIIt. Agt....

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 July 1860

ail}} |JnteUi()TU(ff CAMPBELlT& H'DE&MOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TKRMS.?DaXLT, delivered in city. j<r week, 10 cents Dajlt. by mail, in advance $5.00 Tw-Wiklt. by snail, in advance -. 2.00 WosiT.by maa, in advance? - l.m? ~~ wITeYl ixgT Saturday Morning, July 7, I860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, or ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. HANNIBAL HAMLIN, Or MAINE. ELECTORS AT LAR?E. Oe?>rge Rye, John MeLnre. jr. DISTJUCT ELECTORS. Jobn Wripbt. I.*vi Pittman. R. H. Oray. "W. E. Steren-rn. Thoma* Todd. D W. Robert?. Joseph Appiagate. J. S. Freeman. Thomas Hewitt. Jscob Horn brook. Joseph BelL S. M. Peterson. G. D. IIall. OTTtCZJLS or TEI STATE IXECTTITE COJIXTTTTX. I. M. Pnmphrey. Ct'm. A. W. Campbell. Stf'y. Oca Democratic friends over in tbe Buckeye State are in a great ferment just now. They hare been bragging fand blowing?some of them at least?bow . they were going to carry off the State of Ohio from the Republicans in tbe coming State electio...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 July 1860

bitilw ititclliijcum' | iarfccst Circulation of any Paper in I*" Western Virginia. Saturday Morning, July 7, 1860. i^Y-Thk Grkat Eastkbx.? We le.irn t a party is organizing in this city, to I. .ml see this great nautical wonder. jv/' Wk Imve a few copies of the hist J H'iet/V Inttlligeacer on hands, containing an I. uuiii of execution of Nathaniel garun, atMoiiudsville, and a great variety ; interesting miscellaneous matter. Jgy-IUIM.?Early yesterday morning, one of the licavieat rains ever known fell ?he vicinity of Mauuington, on the 15al ,,|u,jre ? Oiiio Railroad, completely ilood n? t'ue Village, and doing considerable jul by washing the fields. The rain .?iirinli'il this way only as far as Mouuds Vi Rivtst.?There were nine feet | inches water iu the channel of the ilio yesterday. The boats were begin :i?S to brush up a little preparatory to ! juiiness. It is thought the rise will not ist long. as .Steamboatuien have very lit- | ?le coniidence in L>i ISi'U liicerit at this! 1...

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