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

ailjj ?ttttcUi{jcitcc?. AT SEA. The night was marie for cooling shade, For silence, and for sleeve And when I was a child. I laid My hands npon my breast and prayed And sank To slumbers deep. Childlike, as then, I lie to-night. And watch iny lonely cabin-light. Each movement of the swaying latnp Shows how the vessel reels. And o'er her decks the billow* tramp. And all ber tim^ri strain and cramp. "With every fiiock she ftrels: It start* and'shudder* while it bums, And in its hing*d socket tarns. J?ow swinging low. and slanting low. It aim st lerel lies: And yet I know, while to and fro I watch the seeming peodule go With restless fill and ri?e. The steady shaft is still upright. Poising its little globe of light. 0 hand of God! 0 lamp of peace! 0 promise of mr ?onl! Though weak an-i to*?ed. and ill at mac Amid the mrof smiling sea?? The ship's convulsive roll? 1 own. with lore and tender awe. Yon perfect type of faith and law. A heavenly tru?? my spirit calms? My son! is filled with...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 9 July 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MORnSgTJULYXlSfiO NUMBER 272. pkixtkl) ANI) I'UM.ISIIKD 1IY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ^ ixtei-li?escer Bi iLDmas, JV. Kctni'-r of Quiiicy and Main-Sts. T K Tt M S : Diilv. (l>y mail. payable In ixtvmicr,\. $S.OO r.v tit* WtH!k, (payable to tlio Carriers.). 10 Tri-Weekly,(paryear,p?yalile lu advance.) 3,00 Sir AdvertifJnf done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from n distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CD. OF CHARLOTTSYILLK, VA. Capital, $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK OTTTSKUKUfl, PA. Capital $300,000 tommonwealth Insurance Co. OF HAURTSIlL'Ktl, PA. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital $500,000 fplIK nl.mve Companies havinKnp|?ofnted the under 1 HiijMC'l their A^ent for Wheeling, ami vicinity, would respectfully solicit tbo parnmugu of tlic public. Said Companies are w?ll ku?>un to be fir*t class oflWs. All losief promptly :idjusted. S....

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 9 July 1860

gailg g utelUgeucev CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT," EDITORS ASD PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 cent* Daily, bj mail, in advance,... .$5,00 Tki-Wucklt, by man, in advance^ 5,00 Wuklt, by mail, in advance^ 1,00 W H E E L I N~o1 ~ Monday Morning, July 9,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OP ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. ELECTORS AT LAROK, George Rye. John Me Ln re, jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. John Wright. Levi Pittman. R. H. Gray, TV. K. Stevenson. Thomas Todd. D. W. Roberts. Joseph Applegate. J. S. Freeman. Thomas llewitt. Jacob Ilornbreok. Joseph Bell. S. M. Peterson. G. D. Hall. ornccaa or the statx executive committee. I. M. Pumphrsy, ChTm. A. W. Campbell. 5flc'y. The Wheeling Union of Saturday morn ing, contained a leader on the harmony of the Democracy of Virginia. "Unparal leled enthusiasm of the people." The 4th of Jnly must hare had a hallucinating, bewildering effect on the mind of the edi torial compa...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 9 July 1860

. parses t Circulation of any Paper in ' ' Western Virginia. Monday Morning; July 9, I860. jgg-TilE Harvest 1iu6 now fairly com menced and in many sections below this point the golden grain is nearly all cut. Our neighboring exchanges and farmers, with vt'.iom we have conversed, all give en couraging accounts of the crops. In Washington county, Pa., the hay crop will l,e on excellent oue, the only thing now needed being- favorable weather for secur j-T it. The barley also turns out well, although the amount sown is perhaps not c.jiml to that of some former years, owing u t|,e difficulty of procuring seed last Kail, and although some of the fields, n-jiich were put in late in the season, have licca wore or less injured by the weevil, vet we .ire pleased to learn that on the If. we shall have at least an average V r,d, if not more. The oats crop will be Bjst abundant. The corn for a few weeks jit has been retarded somewhat in consc ience of dry weather, but the seasonable .id refreshi...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 9 July 1860

ailn guteUigeuccr, A Censni-Taking An*cdotc< In endeavoring to take the census for the government, the marshalls occasionally meet with such difficulties as well nigh to deprive them of their senses. The follow ing took place in "Canal street Xew Or leans. "Who is the bead of tbis family?" "Th&tdepends on circumstances. Ifbe fore eleven o'clock, its me husband?it" af ter eleven its tneself." "How so?" "Because aftber 11 he's as dbrunk as a piper, and unable to take care of himself, let alone the family." '?What 13 his age?" "Coming nixt Slicbealmas he will lack a day of being as old as Finoegan. You know Finncgan?" "No I don't know Finnegan: and if I did it would not help the matter. Is your husband an alien?"' "Gch thin, he's ailin intirely. He bos rheumatics worse 'an owld Donnelly, who was tied double wid 'cm." , '?How many male members have you in the family?'' "Siver a one." "What, no boys at all?" "Boys is it? Ah! mnrther, go home. We have boys enough to whip four loave...

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. — 10 July 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1860. NUMBER 273. FKJ.NT.K1> AND PUBLISHED 1IY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, INTEI.LICESICEU buildings, jV. JC. comer of Quiney and Main-SU. ? T 3? n M S : Diily,(by mull.payablo in advance,).. $5,00 TVv the Wfek, (payable to the Carriers,). 10 Tri-Vreekly,(p?ryear,payablein advance,) 3,00 Advertiaing dune on reasonable terms. All adrerti?emente from a distance, or from transient city customers, m*at be paid in advance. INSURANCE.. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CIrARLOTTSVILI E, YA. Capital, ? $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. Capital .. $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co.l OF HARR25BURG, 1?A. I Capital 1300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital $500,000 fllHE above* Companies having appointed thq under .L nigned their Agent for Wheeling, an.d vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronage oftho public. Said Companies are well known to be first class officos. All lossos promptly adjusted. S.C...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 July 1860

ailg ^tttrUigcttrtt CAMPBELL & KDEEMOT, EDITORS A.KD proprietors. TERMS.-?Baxly. d^lirered in city. }?er week, 10 cent* 1#aiz.t. by mail, in advaur*: J$L.00 Trj-Weoilt. by mmiL in advance.. S.00 Weekly. by mail, in advance^ l,Oo W H. K K ? 1XG: Tuesday Morning, July 10,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOK PJIR&BENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. roil TJGE PREEJBKKT, HANNIBAL hajdlin, of jtAUcr.. J5U3CTORB AT LARGE. George live. John McLun.jt. DISTRICT ELECTORS. John Wright. I^vj I'inman. J?- H. Gray. "VV. Jl. SlovnuBon. Thomas Todd. I>. W. Roberie. Joseph Applegat*. J. h. Freeman. Thomsw* H*win. Jacob Iiorubr?n?k. JOKepk Bell. fc. M. Pelemux:. G. 1). Ball. UPP1CEU Of Tilt BTAS? EXECVXXTE WKTITTBt. I. U. Pumplirey. Ch'ta. A. "VV. Campbell. Stc#. SOW READY FOB. DISTRIBI'TIOK. The German copies of tbe Address and Resolutions of the Republican Convention ill this city. are no? ready for circulation. TLose desiring copies, ure requested to call and get tbcm at once. We very 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. — 10 July 1860

Uaill! gntdlifjettrct Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.*?# Tuesday Morning, July 10,1860. ~ pgr Tub Westward Travel.?There never w;.? :< period in the history of the B. & 0. K. R. wheii the amount of through travel equaled the present. All the trains leavingCamden Station go out filled, and the irav passengers equal those that go through. jgcg-TiiE Dl-st.?The warm weather yesterday, or r:it!ier the hot sun, was tem tempert'il by a continued breeze, which gathered the dust from the places where it j lav the thickest and das'.ud it into the fa of the people, rendering outdoor per ambulations more disagreeable than if the ; wind had not prevailed. Xof Last Friday a man mimed Joseph Clark was killed on the Baltimore aud Ohio railroad near North Mountain depot j He was standiug between the tracks wait- j ing for a tonnage train, when the Express , train passed, aud as he did not move i quite far enough aside, the iron step on j the engine struck his head and ki...

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. — 10 July 1860

- . . . 1 ) n?. , . ~ FLOWERS. Ob 1 they had looked upward la every place, Through this beautiful world of oart, And dear aa t.-e smile on an 6ld friend's faca Is the smile of the bright, bright flowers 1 Thsy tall us of wand'ringt by'Voods and streams; Tbey tall us of lanes and trees: Bat tbe children of showers and sunny beams Harp lovelier tales than these? The bright, bright flowers I Tbey tall of * season when men were not, when earth was by angels trod. And leaves and flowers in every spot Ban^ forth at the call of God; When spirit* singing their hymn at even, Wandered by wood and glade, And the Lord looked down from tbe highest hearea, And biassed what he had made? The bright, bright flowers 1 The blearing remalneth upon them still, ?Though often the storm-cloud lowers. And frequent tempests may soil and chill The gayest of earth's fair flowers. When Sin and Death; with their sister, Grief, Mitde * hom? in th? hearts of men, The blessing of God on each tender leaf Preserved I...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 July 1860

VOLUME 8. _ _ WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, I860. ?p??1PPP?B?W?n??? 1 ? NUMBER 274. l*K!NTK!> AND-l?L'ltLlSHKl> BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELMSEXCEE BllLDIK?Sf J\*. K. corner >?f Qui net/ und JJu?n-SU. r 12 li MS: D:ily.(by mail, payable in advance,). $5.00 the "Week. (payable t?> the Carriers ). 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year,payable In advance.) 3,00 45 ? Advertising done on reasonable tenon. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient citv customer*, must b? paid iu. advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CIIA Itl.OTTSVILLE, VA. C $-100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK I'lTTSUUiiGlt, PA. (VWiVvl $SOO.(WO CommonwealilTTnsurance Co, OK IIAKKISIIUKO. I'A. f'tPirvL $:100,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF I'llILADMI.I'IITA, I'A. r-.i-iTAL $r?oo.ooo rilllK lrtviu^.-ippointoil tlio un-Ier L signal their Aireiit f?r Wheeling, ami rfcinity. wtiuM n'-sj?ectfui!y solicit tha j?:?truii.ipo of the Jiubliu. SaiiiO???ip:utie*i ;iro we'll k?i'?wn to !?<? fi...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 July 1860

lailg gfutfUigmt * CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS ASD PROPRIETORS. ? I TERMS.?Daxlt, deliver**! in dir. per week. 10 cents Dajlt. by mail, in advance .$5.00 J TBi-WsrsiY, by inaiL in advance .3.00 TFrrrLT, by mail, in advance^ 1.00 ? W:HEELI ngT Wednesday Morning, July 11,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. ELECTORS AT LARGE. George Rye. John McLure. jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. John Wright. Levi Pittman. R. H. Gray, W. E. Steven?oo. Thomas Todd. D. W. Roberta. JoMph Applegaie. J. S. Freeman. Thomas Hewitt. Jacob Ilombr?*ok. JoMph Bell. S, M. Petersen. G. D. Hall. OPFICER* or THE STAT? MECTTIVE COMMITTEE I. M. Pnmphrey, Ch'm. A. W. Campbell, Secy. SOW READY FOR DISTRIBUTION. The German copies of the Address and Resolutions of the Republican Convention in this city, are now ready for circulation. Those desiring copies, are requested to call and get them at once. We print on oar first page to-day. a ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 July 1860

Largest Circulation ol" any Paper in Western Virginia. Wednesd; y Morning, July 11, I860. ieay^'TV Council.?A regular meeting 0f ,i,t. fjjiv Council was held last evening. The committee on accounts reported, and liie usual number of monthly bills were ordered to be paid. The committee on streets and alleys lusde a report upon various petitions of ao special public importance. The com mittee reported in favor of authorizing the <ircet Commissioner to take up and reset the curbstones on the east side of Main street, between Jefferson and Washington. Mr. I'annel moved the adoption of this part of tilt* report: when a debate ensued between Messrs. Caldwell. I'annel, Jacob others. Resolution to reset curb between JefTer -oii and Washington streets. Carried. Report adverse to changes in mode of drainage?to II. Moore's petition, to L. Wheat's and l?> 1'- Carcoran's petition.? Adopted*. Report of Committee on Water Works, for further time, on petition ot Wagner, iiow el & Co., adv...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 July 1860

aitg f ?tclligcitc?. THE PAST. The past is past with many a hopofnl morrow! Its errors and its good works live with God; The iwony is o'er of joy and sorrow; The flowers lie dead along the jiath we trod. The past is past! In solemn silence taking Alike the ?mnny and the ruiuy day, On the live altar of the fond heart breaking, Foil many an idol built on feet of clay. The past is past! in certain still rotation. . Deadening and losing as it travelled by. Each hope that bound* in glad anticipation, Bach vivid p;is?ion and each tender tie! The past la past! and our young selves departed Upon the Hashing whirl of those fleet jears; Its lessons leave us sadder, stronger-hearted, More slow to love, less prodigal of tears. The past is past! and knowledge taught suspicion To dim the spirit with its foul, cold shrine; For many a base and dark tbing finds admission Amid the wisd <m learned from life and time. The past is pasU and in that twilight valley Dwell vain rc-pentance and the rain r...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 July 1860

VOLUME 8. W HEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 12, I860. NUMBER 275. n;l.vTKl> ajTd Pl'iu.iaJiEl) j:v* CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iXTKI.I.lfJEXCER HU1L.IJIXC8, ,Y. rvri"-r if fyitiiicy and Main-Fts. rr ^ n s: p ilr,fl>y in *!!- !?.^yu!.Io in ndvnnro.V *5,00 j:? tlio Week.<r?yal#!o to theCnrrinrH,)., lu Tri-NVekJv. porv. ar. payable in advauce,) 3,00 A?ivci fifing don? <>n reasonable terms. ? AU n'lvorlis^iacniri frtaiadfotance^orfrom transient cif v eixsfomci^. niw>t be paid In advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO, UK rilAKLOTTSVII.LE, VA. CiriTAU ........ ?i0o,000 Pennsylvania Iissnranee Co. of mvi\si:ci:?af. pa. Capital $300,000 towonweal Insurance Co, or v\. .-vital $300,000 I (iiiaKer fity Insurance Co. I or S'iifLAPKI.PIIIA. 1?A. J rflHK a!? v.-'V .j. ii.:, li ivimrapp*jnu>d ?l,o nndcr \ sijrtie-1 !?????: \r.?r WiK Piinq. an.1 Vicinity. ivjjectlu'.'y vjlii-is the patronage oft Ik* public. ??M.iiVmj.V'i."- "i--? W'.?I1 bri'-.tvn to 1)P lii st cla-? off...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 July 1860

jattg |fiii*Uig*n?e* CAMPBELL * M'DEBMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TKKMfi.?DaiLT, delivered in city, per weak, 10 urn Dijlt, Ij mail, la adraoca? .$5,00 Tu-Vimi. by mail in adnac* S.'X> WlttlT.by man, iDBdrum, 1,00 "" W H K ELIX O: Thursday Morning, July 12,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. TOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLIKOIE. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or xaixc. P.LJ6CT0KS AT LA1WK. liKrp Rja. John MeL?re,Jv. DISTRICT HLECTORS. John Wright. I-a?i Pittznan. B It. army. W. ?. SUTatuoL Tkoua Todd. D. W. Robartt. JoMph Applaftl*. J: S. Fitenui. Thoau Hewitt. Jacob Horabrwok. JoMpk Bell. S. M. Peterson. O. D. Mall. orncui or tu itatx iircutjte coxmrrK. I. M. PumphraT. Ch'm. A. W. Campbell. St'f. HOW READY COR DISTRIBUTION. The German copies of the Address and Resolutions of the Repiiblican Convention in this city, are now ready for circulation. Those desiring copies, are requested to call and get them at once. Tkt Fir* Department. Every reasonable doubt concerning t...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 July 1860

f. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Thursday Morning, July 12, I860. ? jJuTFUOPOSED COKSOLIDATIO.V OF THE EaRX ixns OF T1IE PtTTSBL'BGtl COLUMBUS k Cl.V- j cixsati ixu thk Central Ohio R. R.?We j Lave alluded to the proposition to consol- j idate tbe earnings of these roads as likely ! to be carried into cffuct during tlie pres- ! eut month. On Friday Inst a meeting was 1 Ueldat Co.-hocton. on (lie line of the Pitts burg. Columbus & Cincinnati road, at which Tlios. A. Scott, Vicc President of the Pennsylvania Central, II J Jcwett, Pres ident ami Receiver of t!ie .Steubenvillc |jne. and W. If. Clement, President of the i Cincinnati and Columbia line, were pres- ! en!. It ?* state.-1 that at this meeting the I preliminaries to the proposed cousolidn- ' tiun tvere settled, and that the first result j will be the completion of the Railway : bridge over the Ohio river at Steubcnvillc, and of the Pan handle road from Steuben- I ville to Pittsburgh direct. The Cinc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 July 1860

In rammer, when the days wore long, We walked together in the wood; Oar hearts were light, out step was strong; Swtet fluttering* were there in our blood, In rammer, when the day* were long. We strayed from morn till evening came; We gathered flower* and wove us crowns; We walked 'mid |>oppies red a-* flams. Or sat upon the yellow downs. And always winhed our life the same. In summer, when the days were long. We leaped the hedgerow, crossed the 11rook; And still her voice flowed forth in song, Or else she read some graceful book. In summer, wheu the days were ioug. Atid then we sat beneath the trees. With shadows lengthening in the noon; And, in the sunlight and tlo breeze, We feasted, many a gorgeous Jnne. While larks were singing o'er tho leas. In summer, when the days were long, On dainty chicken*, snow-white bread, We feasted, with no grace but song. We plucked wild strawberries, ripe and red In summer, when the days were long. We loved, and yet wekuew it not. For loving seem...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 July 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.,FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1S60. NUMBER 276. |.],].V!hll A.\l) I'UllUSHKD liV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, 1STEI.I-IGE.VCER BUHDIXGg, X. tl rorntr of Quinry and Main-Sti. TERMS: Diily.(T nuul.payable In advance,). '.'....46.00 r,i The V?k. (>ayable to the Carrier*.). 10 ^Weekly, (peryear. payable in advance.) 3,00 fi-Advertinni done on reasonable termj. All advertisements from a distance, orfrom transient city customer*. munt be paid in advance. INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CHAltLOTTSVILLE, VA. $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. CaW?41 - $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF HARRISBURO. 1?A. i'aPITaL $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OK PHILADELPHIA. PA. t\?itai $500,000 ?|1IIE above Companies havinffappointed the undtr 1 sijjne-l their A*ent for Wheeling. and rlclnlty, would rwpcct fully solicit tlio pntronago of the public. S;u<l Companion :tre w??ll known to lie first cl?#x officos. All lu**e? promptly adjuatrd. N.C. ARTHUR, ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 July 1860

attg jjuttHigjeum CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, IP I toes AND PHOPUIKTOEE. TKKM8.?Daily, delivered in cily, per week, 10 c?nta Daily, by mall, in tdraac^. 4^.00 Tu-TTuxly. by nuil, in advance^.-.? .100 Wonr, by mail, In advance?... 1.00 " W H K E L I N oT Friday Morning, July 13,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLIK018. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, of maine. KLJiCTOKS at LAESK. Georje Rye. John McLnre. jr. DISTRICT ELECTORS. John Wright. 1-eri Pittman. R. H. Qr?y, W. E. Bteren?un. TbomM Todd. D. W. Robert*. Joseph Applegate. J. L. Freeman. TLomu J. Hewitt. Jac>b Hornbrvok. Joseph Ml. F. &' Peterson. O. D. Hall. orncEM or thi statt rxncrrxYs cowityee. I. M. Pomphrej. Ck'tn. A. W. Campbell. S*?y. SOW READY FOR DISTRIBUTION. The German copies of the Address and Resolutions of the Republican Convention in this city, are now ready for circulation. Those desiring copies, are requested to call and get them at once. What Mother Earth baa Dome. ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 July 1860

fc? ? Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. ?%# Friday Morning. July 13,1860. jigy-TnE Coi'NTV Court, yesterday, was rn.>i!>eil i" die transaction of civil busi ness t?f ii? importance. The term nill probably continue during the week. k?,y-A Change.?On Wednesday cvon jn.r a decided change was experienced in the state of the atmosphere and the weath er became cooler. Yesterday morning wa3 ?jte too! and continued comfortably so during I be whole of the day. The dust continue1' to fly about in clouds, much to the annoyance of pedestrians. A voi'XG German woman applied (o one of our Aldermen yesterday, Cor a divorce from her husband on the grounds jf habitual drunkenness and iil-treat ?ucnt. She was very indignant because the Alderman's powers did not extend to such cases as her s. She intimated that she was already divorced to all intents and purposes, uul s-he wanted to marry again. to Jail.?Late on Wednesday night a drunken fellow named Joe. Baker, instigated by...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
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