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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 July 1860

ailg ?tateUigence*. Tkc Helfht of the Rldieoloat. BY OLIVER WEKDBLL HOLMES. 1 wrote some lines once on a time In wondrous merry mood, And tbonrht, as asail men would say They fere exceeding good. They ware so queer, to wry queer, 1 laughed aa I would die; Albeit in the general way, A sober man am I. I called my servant, and he came; How kind it was of him, To mind a slender man like Die, He of the mighty limb! -These to the printer," I exclaimed, A nd in my humorous way I added, (as a trifling jest,) ??There'll be the devil to pay.** He took the i?per, and I watched. And saw liim peep within; At the first line he read, his face Was all upon a grin. He read the next?the grin grew broad, And ran from ear to ear: He read the third?a chuckling noise I now began to hear. The fourth, he broke Into a roar; The fifth his waistband split; The sixth, he burst fire buttons off, Anil tumbled in a fit. Ten days and nights, with sleepless eyes, I watched that wretched man. And since I never dare ...

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. — 14 July 1860

J.AIO is ?dx?9> VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.,SATURDAY MOIIXIXO, JULY 14, 1860. NUMBER 277. I'll I MM' A .Ml n j*Uk?? 11 i'jU 1>I CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ixriiM.soEjfCKK nvu.uixvs, X. J'.rnrnn- of 4)itine*/ and Mufh-Sls. t ic li ? s piilr.(by i:i*il. payable in artvanc?..V Sft.CXJ r.y the Week.' I?ayable to the Carriers,). ...... 10 Tri-Weekly, (peryear.payable in advance.)'.' 3,00 AflWrtiring done on reasonable terras. All a-Ivcrli cineiiH from a distance, or from transient cltv customers, must be paid in advance. IN SURANC "bT ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO, OK CHAKLOTTSVILI.E. VA. evnur rr: r ^00-000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK riTTSBUKOH, PA. Cinul $300,000 Coiiimonwealth insurance Co, OF UARRISUUKC. PA. Coital *300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHI L ADKLPII I A, PA. Cintal.. . $500,000 f|il!K above Companies havingappointed the uudor | ?igae:! thiir Ait f?r Wheeling. and vicinity, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the public. Said Companies are well known to be first 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. — 14 July 1860

ffailg gfttielligmtt CAMPBELL ft M'DEBMQT~ EDITORS ASD PROPRIETORS. TBRMfl.?Daily, delivered in citr. per rak, 10 hdu Dinj-byjmail. In adranae 46,04 Taj-W?*n.T, mail, in idnim. 8,00 wnstir,bjinan,l?adTajjcet._ 1,00 W H E E L I :NO: 8>tarday Horning, July 14, I860. Virginia Republican Ticket. JOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, or ILLIXOIS. FOR VICJE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OT MAIKE. ELECTORS AT LARAK, George Rje. John MoL?r?,jr. DISTRICT BLECTOR8. ?*? Wriest- I^rl Pittmaa. ?: V\. *? K. Sterensoa. Tbomaa Todd. D W. Roberti. Jowpb Applegate. J. L. *reeman. Tbomaa J. Hewitt. Jacob Hornbr?ok. Joeeph Ball. 8. M. Petereoa. 0. D. Hall. omens or m nm ixxcctivz commrix. t. H. Puaphraj. Ck'm. A. W. Campbell, Ste'y. WOW READY FOR DISTRIBUTION. The German copies of the Address and Resolutions of the Republican Convention in this city, are now read/ for circulation. Thoie desiring copies, are requested to call and get them at once. We publish this morning a synopsis of the speech of C. W. Rus...

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. — 14 July 1860

%, Largest Circulation of any Popor in Western Virginia. "OX Saturday Morning, July 14, 1860. rtjW-CiiDH-mx Cigabs.?We have re tei?rd lrotn William Taylor. Esq., cigar unil tobacco manufacture, Wheeling, Va., cevrr.il tint.' specimens of a superior make of ??Ciiumpioii Cigars." The cigars are of on extra quality, equal in flavor and taste (0 .|,e (iui-st Havanas.?Memphis Enquirer. Tavlor's cigars are acquiring a deserved celebrity fur their excellence. pyMuBE Moderate.?The heat of yes terday was tempered by a grateful breeze, suggestive of approaching rain. From the poculiar twinge of our pet corn, we date the shower at about twelve hours distant trora tlic time of writ inc. 11 1*. M. People who carry corns are :ii independent of o iLeruwraeteras colored people arc inde ( fuiieut of sunshades. jgs-N'tGttT before last -'a stranger within jur gates" felt into the hands of one of the trail nymphs who arc in the habit of ma king nocturnal peregrinations in search of such prey. The stran...

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. — 14 July 1860

jiaitji gtaMUrjetttet. The Vatlon's Choice. Hark! from tbe west comes a street juice, Proclaiming load the Nation's choice, In answering echoes from the skies: Tbe poor man shall to honor rise. With demagogues, grown f*t on spoil*. But now engulphed in family broils; Disgusted with their dark design. The sovereigns will their powers confine. Tor honest men, the people shout; Prom office, turn the tyrant's out; And then to Washington well send. Old Abe, the poor uau'e truest frieud. United in greet freedom's cause, For human rights, and wisdom's laws; No power on earth, our ranks can break, Nor Liberty from as e'er take. But why do we, for freedom preach: We have a right to freedom's spttehf Our fobere fought f-?r this great right. And we'll maintain it by irnr might! The policy that rule* tbe day, Is, who shall l?ad aud hare full sway; To squander all tbe Nation's cash. Then cryz Look oat; the banks will smash? Thank God. such tricks will hare an end; And then on labor must depend, ...

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. — 16 July 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MORNING, JULY 16. 1SG0. NUMBER 278. PKlNTKlt AND I'UBI.IPIIED JIY .ABIPBELL & M'DERMOT, isTELI.IGKXCKR Bl'ILDlXG!!, .V. Rc&rnrrif Quiney ami MainHt. T Tt MC W : hi!?.(l>y '"N- '?* adranco.). $5.00 ,1, fpayllilo to tlioCnfriefs,) 10 *wi*k>y.'p?rv??r.|i?ynl.le!n advance.) 3,00 ?j. Adrert[fio? <!"ne on reasonable ternni. 4ffVir?rtl?eiiienf? from a ilManco. orfroin transient dutunwn, inust be paid in advance. ISSIKiSC e7~ iLBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF 01! AKLOTTSVILLK, VA. I $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. I OF PITTSBURGH, PA. $300,000 toiwral Insurance Co, 0? IIAItlllSBL'RG, PA. \pir.i $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA. PA. I; $500,000 [.{? fthovc Co:nj?nm?;s1iav5ujrJiiipoiiitct! the un?ler ?i'gne<l their A-.rent f?r Wheeling. un?l vicinity, i rmpectfully solicit the> i*ntrun$go of tlio public. iCouipnitio* are well kiioun to be fir^t class offices. ! ??e? promptly myustotl. N'.C. ARTHUR. Agt. !-b$?1y Office over ...

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. — 16 July 1860

ffailu jguteHtgettcrr I OA MP BEL L&ITdEE MO T, J RD1TORS AND PROPRIETORS. TKKMS.?Daily, delivered Ld city, per weak, 10 cents Daily, by mail, in advance- j TU-Wmir, by mail, iu advance, 3,00 ! WmLT, by mail, iaadvajic*? 1,00 ' W H K E L IX G: Monday Morning, July 16, I860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOB PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, or ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDBXT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAIKK. ELBCTOKS AT LARGE. Gearf Xt?. John licLsre. Jr. BIBTRICT ELECTORS. Jobs Wright. L*ri Pittmu. R. H. en;. W. t StnwK*. Tbommi Todd. D. W. Kobiru. JoMph Appl*cmM. J- L. Fmmio. Tbomu J. H.witt. Juob norubreok. Joseph Ml. a. M. P.tenou. U. D. Hall. ornczu or tub mn XIICF7ITI comnrrn. I. H. Pumphrtj, Ch'm. A. TV. CampbtlL Stc'y. Cam the Futloal fuse 5 This il a question that is elciting not a lit- I tie inquiry and speculation among all who understand the position of the candidates for the Chief Magistracy of these United States. A fusion of the belligerent Dem ocratic factions on a joint electora...

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. — 16 July 1860

gailj Intelligencer "T .r[jest Circulation of any I'aper in. ?5- vTestarn Virginia. ~fc> Monday Morning, July 16, 1860. TTnud Everett Meetli.fi mt 1U. ?; Lt Itou? o? Saturilay evening. rsau^vnigbt.alargeuudrespec ,lble audience of the supporters of Bell 1 Eierctt, convened pursuant to a cnll, , ,hc Court Honsc. At quite an early Tour the Court House was very well filled. ' p [) jlbubard was called to the Chair; Gjlghriit, Samuel Irwin, John Men i?? James I'odlcy, Samuel Baker and ' \i,.i lire Sr., were appointed Vice *? Secretaries. ! 1' Hubbard, upon taking the Chair, j 'lea brief speech. He announced his ; "Vfideace in the perpetuity of the Union. j Evidence h?d marked it out to ??tt lor- , - and he thought that every tnau who loved the Vnion ought to vole Tor Bell and Everett. His speech was frequently conclusion of the President's .u'cech loud calls were made for Colonel Wheat! Who appeared, and upon taking the stand wis loud* cheered, lie spoke Of Lis willingness at all time...

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. — 16 July 1860

ailj fjntfllijenrer. Tkc Little Giant aad Hli Short L?gt. A BXLLaJ>? NOT ?T TOM MOORE. X. There * giant smalL Further thiougb than he was tall. And be said unto his covies, let as try. try. try, IT **r cannot succeed, (Though we are of doubtful breed,} In getting to the White House 'fore 1 die. die, die, In getting to the White House 'lure I die. n. No sooner said than dune. ?11 hi* ooriM, one by one. A wambled to determine what to do. do. do; Same fur lore and some fur hire, In secret did conspire To try to put their little fellow through, through through. TO try to put their little fellow through. m. At Charleston, the accureed! All theae covies gathered first. And for fourteen dan they labored with a will will. There they fought with night and main, But alaa! 'twn all in vain. The path their Giant led them was up hill, hill, The path their Giant led them was up hill. ir. But they didn't dare to shirk. So they plied them to their work. Bat while they worked was heard a ghoatly ...

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. — 17 July 1860

\V PTF.TCT.T1Vr; VA TFTTJCn A "V IMU.VJhl) VXD I'Ulil.lSlIKJI I;V CAMPBELL & M'DERMl 1X TJ5I-X-X? K XC EK BI* I LI)IXO y. K.cnrw r of Quiney and Main-St$. T T<Z TIMS: U.,iJv.(l?y payable In advance,)? jjv the Wwk. (payable to the Carriers,). Tri-V.'r?kly, (peryear.payable in advance,} USj?? Advertising done on reasonable tenna. All advertisements from a distance. or from traj City customer?. must be paid in advance INSURANCE. ALBEMARLE INSURANCE OV IrA RLOTTSVILLE, VA. Capital, $i< Pennsylvania Insurance 0*' PITTSBURGH, PA. C\k:h $3( Ccmmonwealth Insurance OV HARRISKCRG, PA. ClPJTAL S3( Quaker City Insurance OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital $C( rilllE al> ?veCoMijnnieshivinc.ippolnted the u I signed tin ".:- Aeent for 'Wheeling, am! vie: would respectfully solicit :h? patrunnjre of the pi Said Companies are well known t.? be first rla.-s ?| AI! I -?*?'- promptly adjusted. N.C.ARTHUR. A ly Offlt <? over the Bank of "Wheoli Vhoice First Class Insurai ? IX the ? ,\ ...) l-U...

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. — 17 July 1860

??uu?ui|iun;i CAMPBELL & M'DEEM0t7 EDITORS A3?D PROPRIETORS. TKEMS.?Dm.r, deliveiwl in city, per wk, 10 cent* Dajxt. by mail, in advance ^S,(<0 Tu-Wihit, ky auul. in advance^- S/*> Wkut, by mail, in advance. 3.00 W H. E E L I X G : Tuesday Morning, Jnly 17,1860. Virginia Republican Ticket. FOB PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR TTCE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OP VAIXP. ELECTORS AT LARGE, Gror^e Bye. .Ifthn HeLiirc,jp. DISTRICT ELECTORS. John Wricbt. Levi Pittmin. R. II. OrflT. W. E. St?TcnM??. Tbanu Todd. D W. RoberU. Jo??ph Applegmfe. J. L- Freeman. Tbomu J. Hewitt. Jacob Iiembrwofc. JeMpk Bell. S. M. PelertOB. O. D. llall. CrnCEEl or TBS STATE IXICCTITE COMSflTTU. I. M. PumphreT, Ch'm. A. W. Campb.IL Sic'y. We understood Mr. Russell, in a tnsni- ? festo whicb he pablisfaed, somedays prior to the re-assembling of the Democraic National Convention at Baltimore, to pay some com- 1 pliments to Senator Dougias, and to express tbe opinion that Dougias was a reliable...

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. — 17 July 1860

' Largo31 Circulation of any Paper in s) " Western Virginia.~B> j ^ Tuesday Morning, July 17, 1860. j yaylltvuR.?There was :i rumor alloat ; [t-ierJ?y evcuiug that ? man who with j q liwile and family is boarding at the | n| Virginia House, had made an attempt up- j jn jo ilie life of his letter half. We did not i jj( Icarc tbe extent of his endeavor or. the j^. james of ilie parties. | Q1 ?? * '-pi jvjj-Tui Rivek.?There were three feet J U] irUr fa the channel of tin- Ohio yesterday. Ilie Stc'ibetiiille packet, Convoy, has quit j ;,n account of the low water, aud the little I Itunte lias taken her place. The Fairy ' Ijnci-u arrived on Sunday and left again j1"' lust wg 1,1. The landing was duil enougl R lor tbe laziest mail in the State. i ? Fui'SLi UnowNKD.?Joseph Long. Ct ,a oiil citizen of Centre Wheeling, who sa ^appeared front liis house on last Friday jjj tviniog. 'ia= Ictind drowned in the Ohio , q over. yesteidav morning, near the lie!- pi nuut Mills. Ue left l,ij bouse ...

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. — 17 July 1860

ittilu: gfutcUigcucc* Toft VoaugDeanty. BT GEORGE I>. PRENTICE. That dark bright eye?that dark bright eye? Whore thoughts are pictured pure and high And lore"* young: visions softly gleam Like rose-tint* on the twilight stream? That dark bright eye?oh I have felt The witchery of its magic rare Come o'er me till T could have knelt To worship the bright Spirit there. That raven hair?that raven hair? That woos tlio soft and amorous air. And o'er thy brow's purs whiteness flows Like clonds o'er morning's drifted snows? That raven hair?I love to mark Its c!u!>tor o'er thy temples rove. While sweetly from its ringlets dark Jo broathing all the soul of love. That lovely chcek?that lovely cheek? Where joy and beauty seem to speak Yrom every lineament, an?l twine Their flower-wreaths o'er it? virgin shrine? That lovely cheek?how sweot to muse On the dear tints that o'er it rise. Aud, pazing on those breathing hues, To dream of lore and Paradise. That floating form?that floating form? W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 18 July 1860

VOLUME WHEELING, WEDNESDAY^MOKNING, JULY IS. 1860. NUMBER *21 PRINTED AVI) PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMC lXTEL!il?ENCBH UriLDIXOJ y. H.r..rvn of Quincy ami Main-Sts. TERMS: Jj My. (by mail, payable ?" ndwuic*,)... lu the W?*k. (payable to the Carrier*.). fii Weekly,(per year, payable fn udvance.) .. 4^-Adycrtiiing done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from & distance, or from tran tlxj customers, must be paid in advance. IN S U R AlN C E . ALBEMARLE INSURKMl i OF CH A RL0TT8VTLLK, VA. I" xPITil* $40 Pennsylvania Insurance ( of pitv.; r.ri:oir. pa. CiPiru $30 Commonwealth Insurance OFJfARRISBUUtJ, PA. .$so Quaker City Insurance OF PHILADELPHIA. PA. .$50 rplIK .tl?o%e Companies havinguppolutfed the ni I, signed their Agent for Wheeling, ami vici would respectfully solicit tha patronage of the pu Said Companies nri- well known to be first olas.s of All losses promptly aJjusled. S.C.ARTHUR. A _ i v Office overt lie Rank ofWheelii Vlioice First Class Insuran IX THE ciaRT...

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. — 18 July 1860

ailji Kuttlligeucer CAXP2?LL~^C']D?&K0T9 EDITORS MUD PROPRIETORS. TJULHB.?Daily, deliTerad la city, per ireek, 10 c?ct? . Daily, by mail, in Adnoce*- ^5.00 , Tei-Wxzxly, br mjul, in adraace^ C.00 Wxzu.T,bj mail, in ad ranee, 1,00 WHEELIX G : Wednesday Horning, July 18,1860. : The article beaded '-Victoria and Bn- . cbanan," in oar paper to-day Is good, and ! worth reading. The Sew York World is getting' famous for good things of this tort. A Littsb from "a Democratic subscri ber," at Barnesville, yesterday, says: "I suppose you consider you have a sure thing of ns in Ohio, this year, and for my part, ' since Douglas has been killed off, I don't care much. We intend to try yon a hitch, however, on Theaker, for (ingress." Bt telegraph we see that the meeting in ?few Tork, of those who never up to this | time have acted with the Republicans, was Terjr large. The appearance of the noted Daniel Ullman, American candidate for | Governor in 1654, was significant, and be tokens a genera...

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. — 18 July 1860

{latin T ?reest Circulation ol' any Paper m ,, **? Western Virginia.-&? j ^ tfedn.:sJay Morning, July 18,1860. d C^-Tuk enthusiasm created for Brock ?nrMgc during his passage through Ohio, j fl 1 [ ?0t of a multitudinous character, "so ! g, i- ?' Vt Zanesville a mixed sort of ! ,i 10 Spi*:IIk* * ... 1 5crowd surrounded the car contniu.ng the je, lientuckian and veiled lustily for Lincoln, ! e, llell. Douglas, and nearly everbody else, | T ?ludiiiB Mr- Brcckinridgc, himself. At ; a| \twnrk and other points, similar displays | ,f "<'re made ' ' , ^ | 'W p3i~<t>T I'l".?Sight before lust Au- ! ?t ScIieafTcr, a German fresh from the ' v^erland, got himself mixed tip in a row ' jjthe (jumbrinns Saloon, Market street. ? O He was f":1 of heer, we think, and the j ai ti'rst thin? he knew he was graplinjj with in jiue Johnny, the ci-devant lilliputiun ! m ie driver in the omnibus interest.? j T M?u5t was ta'cen before Al l. Wright and i ot to j.iil, but yesterday morning lie was ...

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. — 18 July 1860

the bvemsg wind. BY GEORGE COOP?Rt (l. V. GEEEX? You ?icg of fairest isles to me. In ?flvery numbers sweet and soft, Of dearer lands beyond the ?ta, Where at ray my feet in faucy of). *Tis thus of old you ever came W ith perfume of the tuberose. And years agone yon &ang the same At sunset's genial purpling clos*. Say. whither came yon ercuing wind. Low whispering to the giant pines? Tell where abore a homo you fi rid. Is't where Astarte nightly shines! <>r came you froui Italia'* skies. And waft you from some gondolier The bnrdi'u of a lover's eighs For &r-olf mai ion fond and dear? Or came you from a home more fair. Whrre all is lyre and peace and mirth? For is tho fragrance that yon l?ear Of flowers too rare for earth ? You eiug of brighter isles to me. In silrery numbers sweet and sc-ft, Of dearer shores beyond the ?ea, Where ronu my soul in fancv oft. Frames, Square and Oi PICTUEES, PICTUILES, PICTt ISOOK.S: BOOKS' STATIONERY! VARIETI HOSIERY, AS9 Gentlemen's Furni...

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. — 19 July 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1860. NUMBER 281. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY. CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ^ iXTETiLIGESCER BUILDINGS, jV. A'.corner of Quincy and Main-tits. a" m Tt m ^ t Dirty.(l?y mail, pavablo in ad vane*,).- $5.00 Bv the WmIt, (payable to tlie Carriers.). 10 TrI-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance,) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable* terms. AU advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must bo paid in advance. [USIJRABC eT ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OK CHARLOTTSVILLB, VA. CaPIT.iI, i $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. of piTTsnuium, pa. Capital $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OK HARKISBURO, PA. Capital $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OK PHILADELPHIA, PA. Capital $500,000 mm: aboveCompanies havingappuinted the uuder ^ -igned their Agent for Wheeling, and vicinity, would respectfnllv solicit tho patronage of the public. ??i:'d ''.impanics ire tvdl known t?> bo first claws offices. All |o?ses promptly a?ljtmted. N.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. — 19 July 1860

Uaiig Uttifttigeucer CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EPITOK5 AND PROPEJETOES. THE.MS.?deliTcrwd in ciJ y. ;>er week. 10 cents D&ILY. by mail, iu advance.. Tei-Wzmlt. by mail, in advance^ 3.00 WnCLT. by ">?n inadvance,~- !.<*.? ' WH KElTxG : ^Thursday Morning, July 19,1860. We don't wonder that the Cuion of yes terday lias a sneer ax the Ohio Statesman. Remarks like those of the Statesman w ere irritating. "We are on the look out for a smack at the Pruntytown Viritor. The Malta Saloon, New York, is Hee n&n's headquarters?the place where he loafs and receives virtuous adoraticu from grog Ewillers. The telegraph notes the fact that they had some had shooting there, one man receiving four bulls in him. '?Piiin,'' pugilism and pistols go weli to gether and follow naturally and geomet rically. Ths Union always has a correspondent ?always?where there is anything to be written about the Intelligencer. Yesterday a fellow from Rock Lick was on band to say thai '-an emissary of the B...

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. — 19 July 1860

jitiln gtttellijjcttfn'j Largest Circulation of any Paper in J Western "Virfjinia. "Sfl Thursday Morning,July 19, I860. jjgy-TnE ijcLiHSE.?The eclipse of the ' SU!, took plate yesterday morning, accord- j ;ng' to the programme. Many eyes were : turned heavenward during the obscuration bat the general opinion was that it didn't amount to much. hk Central Ohio Uailroad Ac ill)ENr. V coroner's jury are considering j the recent railroad accident at Allum ( reck Brid.ee. which we noticed yesterday , morning- The jury met in Columbus yes- ; terdav but wo arc not ict informed of its ' proceeding?. ^ j^j-BEOi'LAa Kxci.KStoss.?The ilcmp dfld Uailroad has decid'-il to make regu ;jr .s.unrJiiy excursions into the country! to accommodate the weary and over-heat- ' r,l pleasure seeker. The first excursion ,r.iin leaves the Depot on Saturday next, j I,5 advertised this morning. ?- ? Wu regret to announce that a por tion of the Mosqilitoe family lias arrived in tills city. Wcnre visited with a nig...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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