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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 5 December 1859

[For the Intelligencer.] TwiligTit. I lore to stand in the twilight's gleam, Of November's midty air; ' : Of long gone days, a bltafnl dream OamoB.floatTng round me there. It flings the light of childish days. Around raatnrer years: Until the gloom of life's dark haz?, Has fled like children's tears. And then once more a sunny sky. Will sweetly smile on me: Again the brook vrill warhlo by, Though fleet the rfflion be! It links to nfl*?r life again, TTie brightness of ray yonth; It bring* to light the inciting strain, Of friendship and ot truth! We here can murfc twist light and shade^ On happy hours gono by; . And catch the mauy tones that mado The tear start in the eyet Twilijrht?it is a happy honr. When fiir from friend* we're driven; Our spirits seem to catch the pr wer . v That link* our thoughts with heaven. And in those dreams to memory dear. Earth has one choseu spot: A golden gleaiu my heart to cheer? A word of hope ujwn my car. That other tilings harm not. J.xo. WnEdjNa, 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. — 6 December 1859

VOLUME 8. vv HEELING,: VA.. Tl: JiSIJA V MORNING; all booii-roifffeiftlX ? ik t <J i yi PRINTED AND PliBwautu bi 1 ' CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, tVTHI.HGESCEn BCILDIKOS, * * , " - " 1 ... X ' ' i '? 3- otrncr ?f t}uincy and Main-SU. 1 t "re -it aac-Sir-? ) DaiW-O'I W"'1'"-' 'u advance,)- .$5.00 i;t li.f Week, (i*avml>le to tlieCurriers.V 10 yri-Wt-fcl.*. I'lxir yW.ti.iyobleiD adVan*.).'..-.-'-. 8,00 43-.Uv?tl?in<( <t"i>c on reasonable tonus. All ?'1? rtiaemenU from a distance, orfrom tnuwient tilf cufitoiuers,' mturlie pild In tulvanco. CITY DIRECTORY. / WUBSIISG POST Ol'PICB. Arrival and Closing of the Mails. Washington, i'lu. claily.Vcibept Sunday.) arrive* ?t 10 A. St- cl.We* at &:? I', it. P?rkrr.l.urc. O'T tlio "im.) anjres M5A.M, on Teilne.vlav. Friday and ftBglity. Clones at &3Q A. 31, ifi'May. WcdnesAiy andJb'rlday. l-arkersburg. l>r 13. 4 l>. R. R, arrive, at 0:43 P. M. ClwM it &30 A. M. Mail Train from tlie Kant, nrrirrs at l-.KS A. M..? G?.?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. — 6 December 1859

gailg UtttelligettCM CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOtT BD1TOBB A!CD PROPRIETORS. 1 BUMS.?Daily, dolirered in city, per wr*k, 10 o?nta. Dxilt, by mail, in advance.. .So.00 Tai-WautLT, by mail, in advance 8,00 Wbexlt, by mail, iu advance^ 1,00 WHEELING: Tuesday Horning, Dec. 6,1859. Thsre id scarcely any word in common use, at present, so much misunderstood as the term Agrarianitm. It is seen almost every day or two, in the columns of some newspapers, and in most cases it is used without auy corroct understanding of its true meaning. Most frequently it i3 used to imply a system which has for its objcct the distribution, in equal portions, of all the landed property with a government amongst the people. In thiB Jight, it is stigmatized as a most pernicious system? calculated to breed discord and anarchy, and doing violcnco to the very primary principles of riaht. If Agrarianism were what it is thus represented, it would, deT serve all the denunciaton visited upon it; but, iu fact, it is a very ...

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 December 1859

gjiulji gfuicWigtttw Tuesday Morning, Dec. 6,1859. LECTURE For the benefit of the island sabbath .SCH-JUL, at the -1th St. M. K. Church, ou Thurs day evrniog, Doc. 8, nt 7 o'clock p. un bjr the Kev. Ja>. K- WibMMf. Subjcct:?"Itwfs Sklfhoou." Adwittauc* '25 cent*. Child reu 10 c?mU. Ticket* (jt ralu by J. C. Urr; Lognu, lint & Co, E. Docking, ?ad Kccd ? Kraft. dec? pay-Only Ten Cents a Week.?The Daily IntcUigtnccr will be delivered to any part uf the city or suburbs at ten cents ft week. uE Unity Union ij very much mis taken nbuut us. We urc not vipers. We have not been nursed in the bosom of this community, nor any other bosom thnt we know of?recently. IN we were vipers w'd have ft venomous sting, f?nl?si UIU1 a" ihat?be capable of tying ourselves into kuots, and performing various astonish ing eccentricities. Webster's Dictionary (which would be a very entertaining work if it didn't change the subject so often), soya that "two harmless American serpents are improperly called...

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 December 1859

[For the Wheeling Intelligencer.] : 1* Xittic Florence. 1 A self-will'/i plsrfnl little elf. - Ib my daughfer.'Little Florence! Most truly tho;enjoys herself; . ~V Dom my littJd'saucy Florence!L * _ An ear of cOrn, or Pussov'b tail, A broken fork or rusty nail. A dusty box of odds and end*, Or "Dada't" papers, book* and pew; Nothing comes to her ?m!?, They're play things all for little Miss! Oar heart's delight, the little dear! . Protty Florence, daughter Flur?nccl . Sbo bringn u* solace tweet sheer, Does my little sprightly Fluruoce! With her sw?etand childwh chatter, . E'er kcoping up a constant clatter, Playing, running, hither thither Till we're children altogether, For little MiasVfun infectious, , She's no rery blithe and joyons! True, eeinetimea she's somewhat petish, Little Florence, tiny Florence! Sometimes cross and rather saltish, Which is wrong in little Florence! But we children of larger growth > _ Oft havpteraperi moat uncouth, We're ^o'ut of sorta" with' merest t...

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 December 1859

,7/^ '-ij/ijou.-.jQ. a ItuaopMo^ ;>i'yjooit jA jj I'QVL aAfJMl TOLTTME 8. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER % 1859. ili.. NUMBER 90. 1>|[K\T?) AXn-fUDfJSIUO) J}V CAMPBELL & tiPD&ftitoT,' IKTELMCEHCEB BVIjLpiNCS, X. K. roMrr <s Quincr unrt Main-lit. T 1C i? MS: jviilr. fry mallj payable In advance,).. .$.*>,00 jif the Week. (pa}rtlovtn thu Carriers,). 10 Tft.Mfcckly. (per yenr.poyafye* in advance,) . .1,00 j6g- Advertising done on reasonable terms. .\ll advertisement* from aditttapre. or from transient J citr customura, u;mt lie jaid in advuuee. CITY DIRECTORY. ~ WHKET.1NG POST UFPICE. Arrival and Closing of the Mails. \Va?liliiR(ofl,VaM dally, (except Sunday.) arfftesnt lu A. M.i closes at ItulO I'. 31. parkersburg, (l>y the River.) arrives at 5 A. 3T? on ' fl'tslne^lay. Friday and Sunday. clones at IfciW A. M., 3Juu?l.ty. Wednesday and Friday. l'arkcr?bur}{. by It. A O. U. It.. arrives at C:IS P. 1!. Cl.wei st ti:30 A. M. Mnil Train from the East, arrives...

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 December 1859

jSailg ^Intelligent e1 'CAMPBELL & X'DESHOT, *' EDITOB8 AKD PROPRIBTOBS. TKK.MS.?Dailt, delivered In city, per veek, 10 cent*. Dailt, by mall, in adranoe^ ......*5,00 Tri-Wmjclt, bj mail, inadrance^.. 3,00 Wrnar, by mail, in advance,? 1,00 W~H E E L I O : Wednesday Morning-, Dec. 7,1859. Aa Congress has entered upon a new session, one of vast interest to the Ameri can people, we deem the present an oppor tune occasion to offer the suggestion which Sidney Smith made to the English Cabinet Ministers. He suggested that each of them shotild procure what he called a "foolome ter." By this he explained himself to mean the acquaintance and society of three or four regular British fools as a test of public opinion. Fox, the great English Parliamentarian, it is said, had one, in the person of a certain brainless Lord, that ho frequently used to refer to in his speeches and conversation. Mr. Fox used to attach great importance to his opinion, because as he was a fair representative of the...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 December 1859

giulg iaT Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-St Wednesday Morning, Deo. 7,1859. IfcrOnly Ten Cents a Week.?The Daily IntcUgencer will be delivered to any part Of tile city or suburbs at ten cents a week. p^y Returned vrom the Wars.?The Fencibles and Riflemen nrrived yesterday morning on the Kxpress train from Charlcs ton'n. The}* were met by a bund of music, and a number of friends, and inarched up to the Conrt-lloiisc, where they disbanded, and proceeded to receive the warm greet ings nnd welcomes of their fumilies und friends. Owing to the bad state of the weather, and the fatigue of a night's travel, the boys did not look so gay and sprightly as when they left?but this .only made them appear the more like soldiers. The members of the military companies express themselves in m03t forcible terms of the hospitality with which they were treated by the people of Charlestown. The people and military at Piedmont, on Mon day night, staid up till a lute hour to greet th...

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. — 7 December 1859

A' Mother's In*i.o?xcb,?Hq*" teaching, the tribute of the Hon. T. H. Benton to his mother's influence: . f i '<i t Uj njother ajlced me oacco. I have never touched it from rhat time to thiB, and I have never gambled, and X cannot tell who is winning and wh<j is losing in games that .can be played. She admonished me, too, against hard drinking; - and whatever' cajmclty for endnrftuce I have &t'present, and whatever nscftjlness I may attain iu life, I have attributed to having complied with her pious and cor* rect'wishes. When I was seven years of age she asked me not to drink, and then I made a resolution of total abstinence, at a time when I was sble constituent member j of my own body, and that I have adhered to it through all time, I dwe it 'to my mother. " Sally, I've got a sweetheart; such a nice young man ! ' He's in a perfession."- | "Oh, Jemima 1 Don't use such wicked words 1" " It ain't a wicked word at all, Sally; it's a business." ."What business, Jemima? Anythin...

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. — 8 December 1859

VOLUME 8. pjtnmsQ a?|> ^uBuam^ ;mr ;t,.. CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, 1XTKLLIGESCER BUII.BISBS,, y. E. corner qf Quincy and ita\n-SU. < TERMS: Pofly. C'7 mnrt* pajable in advsno^X- .$5,00 fly the Week, (payable. to the Carrier^.10 Tri-\V<H kly, (per year,payable Id advance,).......4.. 3,00 jgy>ABtettMiignone on reasonablo terms. Ail advcrtiwmentsfroraadis^iv^orfromtnknsieQt city customers, must be paid in advance. CITY DIRECTORY. 1VHEELISG POST OFFICE, Arrival and Closing of the Kails. Washington. Pa? dally, (except Sunday,) arrives at 10 A. M- closet! at 3:30 1'. 31. I'arkerdiurg, (by the I'.ivcr,) arrives at 5 A. 3L, on TTednesday. Friday and Sunday. Closes ut 5fc30 A. M., 31oih1.iv. Wednesday and Friday. parkersburg, by B. L O. IL R., arrives at C:43 P. M. Closes it 6:30 A. M. Mail Train from tlie East, arrives at 1:53 A. IL? Cl at 0:45 P. M. Kx press Train, front tbo Cast, arrives nt S:53 A. M. Hoses at 10 A. 31. Accommodation Train from tbo East, (except Sun day.) arriv...

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. — 8 December 1859

CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT EDITOHfi AKD PBOPRIBTOR8. &XA^sSKssnfiS -JTM | m"1,T, fcy ??U, hi xlTmnoa^ w II EEL I N Q ; Thnnday Morning. Deo. 8,1859. Owixo to the length of our correspon dent's letter from Washington, we are obliged to defer several articles intended for this morning's paper, among them, a letter from a correspondent at St. Louis, which we will endeavor to publish to morrow. 1 Washington Irvxsq leaves a largo for tune to bo divided amongst his nephews and nieces. For the last eight or ten years he has probably received from his books alone an average annual Income of $20, In China, the barbers, instead of per forming their duUes in shops, go about ringing bells to get customers. They car ry with them a stool, towel, -find a pot of fire. When called by any person they ruu to him, plant their stool in a convenient place, and go through the usual operations of the toilet, for which they charge a farth ing. Mb Pomroy, of London, C. W. who has just failed, is styled an 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. — 8 December 1859

gailg Thursday Morning, Dec. 8,1869. SfctTOnly Ten Cents a Week.?The Daily Intelligencer will bo delivered to any |i it >f the city or suburbs at ten cants n vreefc. [ t yy The Poor.?Yesterday was a day that suggested the condition of the poor to the minds of all who arc supplied with tlint lacteal quality known as the milk of human kindness. We have our own share of the poor, and tliey should not be neg lected now that the bitter winter is in creasing thcirpenury nnd want. Wo see it assorted that "injudicious aud illy admin istered charity is the chief cause of a marked increase of pAupcrs uud of suffer ing; that Whisky, Laziness and Misfortune can be the only sources of poverty in most parts of the United States?and to those whose poverty is caused by the former two of these, any charity or encouragement is extremely unjust or injudicious. It would be vastly better, says a cotcm porary, that these unworthy mendicants should suffer than the gifts of charity (which belong to thos...

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. — 8 December 1859

! ttWUgmb--.] . ?-! ?. <i ? Ever faithfully Yours. Asono. thatwandereth in strangest dreams, AnAheareth sweetest music all the while; . And loqketh on tlie fairest fields of earth, And seeth most luxuriant flowers, too, So ma X throned amid the. brightest hopes. That spring from thy bowildering vows of lore. a ? ? ? * . ? . e And yet, why should I long to touch again The trembling, broken cords that string the sod - And soothing harp of hope. Ahuri I would Not slight the voice of one who bids mo trnst, In pain and woe, the hand that loads me to Xba calm.andpeacefhl shores of peace. And so I torn from grief and night to better paths AndstUler .ways most t rust Ingly. How well It iff that I can thus forget the wares That qnco went on in mad an<l fearful speed Above my trombUug sotiL How well ft is, That I <2ih look upon them now, and feel A silent joy at mem'ry of such strength As bo'ro me np, and taught my heart to lore The faith.that mado me strong amid tlio ?> tonus Tha...

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 December 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MOANING, DECEMBER fl. I860. NUMBER 92. ritlSTKD ANI> .L'VBLJSJIED .By., . 4I CAMPBELL & l/TDERMOT, IXTELLIGEXCEB. buildings, . . X. hf.Quincy and Main-SU. . . '?< T KKTMH: lhJty fw nuul paynlilo in *ilv?uce,).._ .f0.00 i;v iHt- \Wvk. (imvablu to tlioCnrrier*^)...?.... 10 5 ri.W?Mv. (i-or yw,'p?yalile {ulidf3,00 jfo -Advertising do?e on reasonable terms. All advertisement* froma distaucc,orfry mXransicnt, ciiy custoniorf, uinst be paid" In advance. \ CITY DIRECTORY." WIIEEtIW? POST OFFICE. Amyal andffloaiyg of th? Mails. vWlifLtiu 10 A - M? closes at 3:30 I*. 31. |';ljUersburg, (by tiro Jliyer.) arrives-ut SA, 31:?n ^>lui>?day? Fiiday and Sunday. . Closer u^raO A- M-? 3l..!i.!ssv. Wednesday and Friday. P.tikersburg. bv 11. & O. R. R-, arrive* nt G:43P. M. fi,*. s at?:3u A. 31. Mail Train froui the East. arrives at 1:53 A.M..? O -os r.t C-.Vi P. 31. Lxprefe Train. from tbe E:ist. arrives at S:?>3 A. 31. ClfJvs lit lO A. 31. Aeconn...

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 December 1859

gailr|itttffigrttrci CAMPBELL & M'DJEBMOT, editors and ^ropbibxobb. TERMS.?Daily, delivered in city, i?er week, 10 cent*. DAILY, by q>?H? in advnnc^- *????*?'!*! i ?I'^V*^r,by^la^TBae?v,.;...8,0C Wekklt, by mail, in advance,? 1,00 W H^.jE E L I N Gr : Friday Morning, Dec. 9, 1859 Thk Holiday Seasqs.^?The mello\v nu tump, with its hazy days and halcyon moonlight nights, fins its joys-rtbe early spring with it^-singing birds, its verdant luxmjajw.aijtl w ild . flowers, is scarcely. morej^Uractive; than triid summer. Each , season is looked forward too,with pleasant anticipations,, hut this first of the dreary Winter seaSon is really the most happy to a largo-number of, our people- '.:For in this month,'^observes a Contemporary, "comes all themysterious emnlatioiiof g lawmaking preparations; "in this month, the yonng folks'artfSettlculfltiog on' thei/Christmas Tftca or kings _ twelve-month's'- joys,' and sometimes a twclvfe-month's sorrows, are summed up, and thMO.iSilresh talk ...

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 December 1859

PaPBr lQ Friday Morning, Deo. 9,1859. paTOnly Ten Cents a Week.?The Daily Intelligencer will be delivered to any jmri ol" the city or suburbs at ten cents a week. jgfSuprKBY.?Yesterday morning the j,ir was fro3ty as in mid-wiuter. Theside walks were very slippery, and many an unexpected fall was occasioned by the con dition of the steps leading from the dwel ling and shops. Everybody that had fur? was wrapped up in them as they pro ceeded down town, and those who hadn't, uislied they had, or adopted some warm substitute. Mittens, gloves, thick boots, overcoats, shawls, woolen scarfs and wors ted comforters were all in use yesterday, | and still the red noses, frost-bitten ears, pouting lips and clntltcriug teeth told the story of the cold morning. Middle aged gentlemen, juvenile sprouts, and muffled maidens charged in irregular columns at the street junctions, battled for the main i tainance of equilibrium, and finally closed iua vain attempt to avoid a universal fall. During the da...

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 December 1859

' ?* watgajij-i.tjiU t'aeiajA'i TeiilL>^M i:Ul l :iy; h ! HOTAla'f Cl!K" ! YMOVIoJ Oh, ! ? k-i;- -- Jttow it fills our souls with ttght; JSMiw^dih-<f?le*f?ni?art ^tireV^iilA?<!?td.'Wie hi-drt, ^ r?< '? ?' ' iww,t(". .vtatiinul ?ei i..t ?_;? ;a And it always comos with Joy, So like Co^?kC(]<#kiIrt-As,lItt,t'i Itoy# Ml.W.'t-. - - - -I M^e Mn?ilti^1io"if?i,- ?> -V 'AlftS It^^-ro'V th*'-wtrtlij - '* situnj .v-j vWWrthP inrraMie^oflts *ral!t\ |j4ti}JrIriii?.:Hp >rklu>?. full of song: m /??,#. i.l Aal&hrsirashihms tria<b*ou)'? dart - :??. ?dd*| W^maoa.^ifomualn in tiiq heart. t- t ? ?*" ? Dt-oams ;h.ttmmihine~tlwny4 bungs; ?i -.-. /. -:i Like the ?kics from whence it springs. Oil* h#jrt3iHl.,**f,AmV.ritW.'n ??'?"'I *Xoath the autumn nUUtldnc'.ij birth, trtyftig'tlbtfers, ' : * yEn&t'uik <?v$ufc ot annuuer hours. Bli^eod sim-hiije, given to cheer, J1 ri'tf i r iMlrig ?rf h- tfirpuch all the'ycar; gWtheph^e, for thy glorious, gladdening ray*. : ? 1 ? MO...

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 December 1859

J VOLUME S. WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MINING, DECEMBER 10, 1S59. NUMBER 03.. riUNTKl) A.\D PUJJUSUKD KY CAMPEELL& M'DBSMOT, IKTELLIBESCBK BCILDIKGS, K. JC.comtr of Quincy and Main-Sis. TERMS': Daily, (by mail, jwiynhlo In advance,).? .$5,00 By tin* Week, (payable to thoCarrior?,> . 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable iu advauce,) 3,00 XF2P* Advert ising done on reasonable terms. All advo; tisements from a distance, or froiu transient city customers, must l?o paid in advance. CIT*Y DIHECTCHY. V. HEEL1NG POST OFFICE. Arrival and Closing of tae Mails. Washington, Pa- ciailv. (excenl Sunday,) arrives at 10 A. >1.. Moats at 3:30 I'. 31. Parkersburg. (by tho River.) arrives at 5 A. 3L, on "Xednes<Liy. Friday and Sunday. Closes at 9:30 A.M., Monday, Wednesday ami Friday. l?nrk?-i.sJ;Tsrg, by B. & O. It. It., arrives at C:43P. M. Closes at 0:80 A. M. Mail Trnin from ?ho toft, arrives at l:.r>3 A. M..-? Cb*es ?t C;J.o 1?. M. Express Train, from tlxo East, arrive.; at 8:53 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. — 10 December 1859

OAMPBBLt & M'DEKMOT, ?PltOBfl AXD PBOPBISTORS. TBl?IUi)inT AJjr?r?d la city, par w?*, 10 tjnt?. Diirr. a*Sl, in rinnMr *5,00. Tai-W?gi.r. by maO, la ?rtrmnccr 3,00 W*na,Xjbj mall, in?dTiinc?v_ 1,00 W iTSa E Xj I KQ ; Saturday Morning, Deo. 10,1859. Oon Washington correspondent in a pri vate letter of the tth, toys: Prom my sent in the gallery, I saw Sheriff Irwin, on tho floor, with Mr. Clemens, and liave jnst been down to see him. He represents the feeling at Richmond as hot on the Har per's Perry question. He is also nfraid that an attempt, outside of the Legisla ture, will be-made against Mr. Caldwell.? He had not seen Mr. C. in Richmond. Our correspondent also represents the excitement at "Washington as running high In consequence of the action of the House the day before, as detailed in his letter of yesterday. The question of organization is more than ever complicated, he learns. The feeling on the part of the Republi cans, as well as of the Northern visitors, in the Capit...

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 December 1859

fjailg ptieWtgetim' Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western yirgialtu'vUl Saturday Morning, Dec. 10,1859. SSjfOnly Ten Cents a Week.?The Daily IntcUigeiicir will be delivered to any park of the city or suburbs at .ten cents a "week. JGSy-CoL'.vrv Court.?The County Court has'been iii session during the week and a number of criminal cases have been dispo sed of. John Foy, the fellow who picked the pocket of Miss Amanda Beall, some months ago, fit the store of Nicoll & ISro., was or dered to be discharged, the prosecutring witness having failed to appear. The mo ney and the gold ring taken from For, at tlie time, werj ordered to be retained by , the Serjeant. William Sinclair, charged with stealing a skiff from tiie boat yard, a few weeks ago. was also discharged from custody. It was made to appear that he took tile skiff for fun and did not intciyl to keep it. ll-nry Prick, charged with stealing two hats from the Messrs. Harper, was ordered to be discharged, owing to some erro...

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