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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 19 July 1860

Tastings at Punch. Punch has a picture representing a poor inebriate leaning against the door of a gin palace. Mr. Punch in the ch?.racter of a photographer, approaches him and says? "Now", Sir, step in and have your likeness taken. Be useful to your family!" The end of volume thirty-eight gives the Cha 'rivari margin for any quantity of humor. In the character of a volunteer, and bend 'ingat his sovereign's knee, he presents bis volume. He is always gallant and loyal is Punch to his Queen. The following items we clip as being good in their way; Great Sitcesss or a New Peuiodical. ?Nothing of the periodical character that has come out in our time can pretend to a success equal to that which attended the new work which appeared last Saturday, entitled "The Volunteer Review." Its first issue reached close upon 30.000. A Title or Honor.?Should XI. Edmund About, the Imperial Pamphleteer, be enno bled for the ingenuity he has shown in his various lucurbnuions for promotion of the Imperia...

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. — 20 July 1860

V OLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 20, I860 NUMBER 2S2. ehixrni -\ni> i-uni.ifiiKit uv ^AHFBELL& M'DERMOT, IXTELLIKEXCER Kl'ILDV.VeS, X A", atrtrrr vj Qiiincjf ami Main-Six. rr K RMS; p :!r.(by pav.ible in advanco,). ,*?.00 r. :?10 Week. payable to thoCnrri?*n?.).. 10 Ti^ttVekly. (per year. payabl c In advance,; 3,00 g: ? Ad verting-done ou reasonable terms. \lf fiiirertiVi*!n**i?ts from a distance, or from transient fj{T castOBKTs. miwt be paid in advance. IKS TJ RAN C E . ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. of CJIARLOTTSVlLLi:, VA. C.r.TXlr $100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. of i?m>rtf! dn. pa. ,\rim ICOO.OOO CoMflweai insurance Co, or irvjiiusitrKG. fa. .hth Scoo.o.oo (junker City Insurance Co. or Finr.ADELPniA, r.\. ?rrr\L $500,000 ? MIK ! 'attlwhnvlncnppointert tJie nnder [ \ t' ?' r Wheeling. and vicinity, ir.ulil respectfully sdi<i' the pitroftago of the public! ? ni .t: ? v.vll k?K?vn to be first cliss offices. .All l.vyes promptly adnata!. N.C. AHTIM'U, Agt. j...

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. — 20 July 1860

, CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, BDITORB AKB PROPBIETORS. TKSJU.?Dailt, dtlirrrrd incilj, p?r KHt, io c?nti jDailt, by man, in mdrmnc^.^ ?$,0% Jw-Wxxut. bj mail, in advance^... 3,00 wiuiT,by mail, inadnuio^...! 1.00 W H EE L. IX Q Jriday Morning, Jnly 20,1860. The Dame of Wm. G. Brown, the dele* who divided the honors of this dis trict with Mr. Kussell, at Charleston and at Baltimore, is talked of for Congress, and more than a week ago was formally presented to the consideration of the pub . lie, through the columns of that sprightly Red Wamus sheet, the Middlebourn Plain d*at<r. As part of the public we hare thought over tho suggestion, slept on it and dreamed on it, and are prepared to ?ajr, if it is in order, that we think it wilt do. We would hare preferred a man of some other name than Brown, after what hat happened at Harper's Ferry, but Mr. w. O.'s name was Brown before that hap. pened, and is no relation to old John, and i? in no wise responsible for old John s conduct; so we 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. — 20 July 1860

tJs- Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western "Virginia.-ffi# ~ Friday Morning, July 20, 18607 i3grPAis ;ob of Kansas Convicts. Yesterday afternoon, Marshall Cordon, of Leavenworth, Kansas, arrived in this city wilh three convicts, en route for Washing ion City. The Marshall, with the guards itnd prisoners, stopped at the McLure House, and although the prisoners were securely hobbled, they are such desperate characters that the Marshall thought it ad visable to put them in jail until he should be ready to resume his journey. One of the men was convicted of stealing govern ment horse?, and the other two of passing counterfeit coin. We are informed that an unusually large number of prisoners have i t.een taken on to Washington recently. I A Mr. Smith, who keeps the Planters ' House in Leavenworth, accompanies the j parly, and from him we learned much of I the old Kansas celebrities. In speaking of | the Kansas diitjiulties, Mr. Smith said he ? hud now in his house at least n dozen ...

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. — 20 July 1860

When life was youns, and yet my heart Knew not its mystery; I met a maiden *weet and fair. With hazel eyes and anbnrn hair. Who softly sang to me. Her tones, like great Iftuna's -train*. Which charmed the Kicred Three, Tell rwcetlv on inv tranced ear; Oh Heaven! how thrilled my soul to hear The song she Fang to me. The light of love flamed through my heart? Resolved life*, roy-tciy. I walked op star*.?o'ertopped the sphere*. Heard there?and through the rushing ycars Thc song ebesang to roe. E'en now. in manhood's battles stern; In drear perplexity. When night and storm obstruct my w y, It *? mv sol are, joy and stay; The S'.mg she sings to m?. And When tut weary feet and sore. Shall tourh the Eternal Sea. And sen-c* fail?worlds disappear? J.still, with rsptomus joy shall hear. The ong she ?a- g '? we. And In the gleaming sphere.* above. From grief and conflicts free. She'll come again?that maiden fair. With hazel eyes ami auburn hair. And" sing of love to me. Frames, Square and Oval...

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. — 21 July 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.,SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21. 1S60. NUMBER 283. .'RIXTKD AND PriiT.ISIIED P.Y [AMPBELL & M'DERMOT, jvtei^igbxcer buildings, X y cmrr "f Qainrtf and Main-SU. I T K rt M S : v.il.y miil. p-yaMo in ailvmiroA $5.00 I ,i.?. lVtfck. fjajraUe to the Carrier*,). 10 .?.sr?l:lj\(perjrfar,payable in a.lvancc.) 3t00 Advertising done on reaaonable terms. Ill 3,lrertiHrtn?nt? frvni n distance, or from tranaient ,,y customers, must be pal.l In adrance. I N SU R A NcTeT INSURANCE. Eiiki Insurance Co. rff Wheeling, i Qfnrc ?'/ the Savings Dan): of Wheeling, X<J ca 31 ai 11 St. rpHK ABOVE NAM El* CiOIPANY. having been |l f p.v orcJwlMil. is now prepared to take risks ,i c- ii*'**'-'"1 rales. ?!> Buildings, Machinery, Knrnitmr. r-.-l H.x-ki of MerchnTidise. and against .liutfcr?Aitt-tnlinii the truu-poriation ??f Mercliau .11 j:irer*. ?ca3. Lakes. Canal* and Railroads. for Insurance uili lie promptlyat ui" -.fiou" f'?r Insurance will oe pi or A; ., i,'. !).?? PrfideM and...

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. — 21 July 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORB AND PROPRIETORS. TJUtSI8.?dtliwed In dir. per ?wk, 10 cent. DilLT, by mail, In vtnuict. 4S.00 Tfcf-WErrLT. by JjiaH, la fcdranc*v 3,00 "fQ^T,by msH, in advance.. _ 1,00 W HE EL ING: Saturday Morning, Jnly 21,1860. The Horgantcwn Star having published ?ome uncomplimentary remarks from tbe Middlehourne Plamdealer about Sir. Russell, of this city, takc3 occasion to say a niee word for him this week, acquitting bim of any unworthy motive in seceding from the Baltimore Convention, and giving bim the usual compliments of the season: a gentle man, a scholar, and a man of taste, &c. ^ The Star still continues to support Doug Kbktcckv gentlemen assure a Cincin nati paper that tbere is not particle of doubt of the ability of Breckinridge to carry the State of Kentucky, and will be such a war-wboop raised for Breckinridge as has not been heard by her mountains since the days of Clay. The vouug men were all for him. Breckinridge was an electric individual, 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. — 21 July 1860

ailii littcnigeiim ost circulation of any Paper m Western Virginia. cot.Tflay Morniug, July 21. I860. tional Democrats, Attention. , T?ncr TlinOCOIIOCr TUB CITY AND ,JlivVho are in favor of the election of 'iiv A BOMLAS nud HEK80UKLL V. .? ,Tv t'l't r.-eulir nominees of ?nl<l party, are to meet at Kohan'a ?Wa (Saturday) evon ''rV. vT-i, IW. at Io'clock, to organize for cvm-ngqwyaign- jy21-lt r vHoi.?Last evening itie thcrmom- . "^narked eighty-two, :tad scarcely a ,u of air stirred. It is so hot that we j aolhiujj ol our own to say upon the cci but arc compelled to adopt the j uige of :? paragraph before us, which ! "av5 that whoever is fortunate , u i", i,e possessed of a few acres in j i o u ? ? > ?tii ,ieiuity of .he car has a more enviable j ? j4 now than he who has only a lot j ' ?,|J if. in addition, lie can afford 1 retell his listless leugth at noo-uide r the shade of some spreading oak, | M.l of muddling his brains over ledgers '?copy." he is donblv blessed. The j cli...

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. — 21 July 1860

lailg giitellignucr. (Trom the Hasting* (Minnesota) Democrat.] LINCOLN'S PICTURE. Written in behalf of several leading Re publican?, and respectfully submitted to to party, by John.Qaod, Jr.: Tell us of hie fight with .Douglas.? How hie spirit nmr quail Tell ns of his tnaolr 1 tearing. Of his skill in splitting rails; Tell u? he'i a r.econd Webster. Or, if better, Henry Clay; That he's full of geuial humor:? Placid a? a summer's day: Call him Abe. or call him Abraun? Abraham?'tit all the tame, Abe will smell as ?weet as either. We don't care about the name. Say he's capable and honest. Lores hi?- country'? g*K>d alone.? Never drank a drop of whiskey,? Wouldn't know it from a stone. Tell again ala>ut the cord-wood. Seven cordi or more per day; How each night he peeks his chisel. There, alone, to kueel aud pray. Tell us he referable* Jackson, Save he wears a larger boot. And is broader *cri?se the shoulders. And tidier by a Toot. Any lie you tell we'll swallow.? Swallow auy kinl...

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. — 23 July 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA..MONDAY MORNING .Trfr.v oa~is?n" NUMBER -284. 1?KINTKI> ax1> I'L'RLISIIED BY CAMPBELL & ffi'DERMOT, JXTKLUCENCEU nt'ILDlXGS, JV. /;. on'ttrr of (Jit incy and J/ain-Sts. T R. INI S : Duly,(by iu.??i.)M?val)lo in advancc,).-.. $.'>,00 r.v the (pnyaldo to thoCarricre.). 10 Tri-U'ccfcly*(lM'ry?*r*payablei? advance.) 3,00 &c~ Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient citv customers. must l>o |?aitl in advance. INS Iff R A N C eT] , INSURANCE. iltiia Insurance Co. <>r Wheeling, Office *tt the Siviiif/i Whc/limj, No l?:j Main St. rrMlK AliOVK XAMBD CV'MPAXY. having l.ren I j'uiJv ??!-:? Iii.*xd, is now jiropnred to take risks at !"W?"t coiiiistent rates, on I'.uiMiiijrs. Machinery, Vi?i:il"re- and H'H'fcsof Merchandise, and against j all.!i!i--r* at trading the transportation of Merchan- | 4|i-, .n l.i***rs. ???-e*. l.akfS. Canals and l!iiili< i:nls. .4j.j.!ir:?iio"- f?.r Insurance wi!I In...

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. — 23 July 1860

aitjj lutclUgcucc* CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPB1F.toks. IKHJIS-?Dailt, dellterod in clly. i>cr weak, 10 rent? ' Daily, by mail, in advance IS.00 | Tbi-Wxzkly, by mail, in advance, ^ i Wekklt, by mail, in advance, | wHEELIN G : I Monday Morning, Jnly 23,1860. The Steubeuville Herald gives us n lu gubrious article on the state of things up there. It says that it is a common thing to hear the people going round the streets j saying that "Steubenville is the poorest town this~sidc of sundown. "I here is nothing to do, and if there were, there j would not be money to pay for the labor, j It is finished, and should be fenced in, and the ground advertised, To Let.' 1 hose ?who repeat them, however, we are told, are generally "gentlemen of leisure"?who spend most of their time upon street cor ners, take their ease upon merchants' counters, or air themselves upon store boxes on the shady sides ol the streets. The Herald owns up that things arc bad enough?that Steubenville li...

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. — 23 July 1860

{O -j ? ti, Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "SB Monday Morning-, July 23, 1860. Excursion and Pic Hie. j rplli: MKMDE1U3 OK TIIK KOIKTII ST. M. K. ' ril'.HIt liuve made an arrangement with the llenii>ti<'M Kailnwit. for an excursion to KLM15 KOV K, j M, Wednesday UKXl, the 25th ii??t. The tickets ?o*?l j for tin- -xcuifu'ii l?y steamboat to Or v shop's lirove, ' Milt be u"?>J f'?r the excursion to Elm Grove. The can* wi.l witliiu 100 j-ards of the Grove. , The tiitiii ??>! >*i,vu H"' HvmplieUl depot at 8 o'clock , A. M , aud returning will leave the Gruve at 0 o'clock ! ' Tiiket* f?r the round trip, for t hildren. 10 cents ! ?acb; all otUvr* ?*"> it*, each. jv23 j #?y?Don:i.As Mkbtixc at Koiiax's Ham.. ! Pursuant to :t cull, the friends of Ste- j phen Douglas mot on Saturday evening J at Italian'* llall. On motion, Mr. 1>. It ! Uoxic uiis called to the chair, and Mr. S. D. Wood row was appointed Secretary. The meeting was not a large one, o...

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. — 23 July 1860

a t ill ?utriligcu?(. From the few original poems in the Au gust Atlantic Mouthhf we select the follow ing picture of MIDSUMMER. Around tills lovely valley rise The purple hill* of Paradise. Oh, softly iu yon banks of haze Her rosy face the Summer lava! Becalmed along the azure sky, The arg??sie* of cloudland lie, Whose shore* with many a shining rift. Far off their pearl-white peaks uplift. Through all the long midsummer day The meadou-sides are sweet with hay; I seek thecookst sheltered seat Jmt where the fields and forest meet* - Where grow the pine trees tall and bland, The aucient oaks austere and grand, And fringy n>ots and pebbles fret The ripples of the rivulet. I watch the mowers as tliey go Through the tall grass. a white-sleeved row; "With even stroke their scythes they swing, In tune with merry whetstones ring; Jlehind the nimble youngsters run And toss the thick swaths in tho sun: The cattle graze: while warm and still. Slopes the broad pasture, basks the liil!. And ...

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. — 24 July 1860

VOLUME 8. W HEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1860 NUMBER 285 I'lilNTK!) AM) I-UIIMSIIKP UY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ,XTELI.ICB\CER BCIL01NG?, \\ /;. .-??yutr Quincy and JIaist-Sts. 'I' Jgi li 3M S s p.-ly.O'y I'V.ililo ill miraiicr,).. $5.00 j.t i'm W?k. f|?iyalile to th? Carriers.> 10 V>lVreklv. (Iff year, payable in ad ranee.)... 3,00 | U yt Ailvfrtirinfi done on reasonable terms. VLVi(>.'.Yorti*wr>ntB from a distance, or from transient ctiy cuetonic**. mn.st be paid in advance. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. Etna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, O'jiet at the Savings Hani: tif. XYhctliugy No ?3 31 nIii St. THE ABOVK NAMED4fO**j PAN Y, having been fully *- '?n-' prepun'il to take riskt* ci?nsi-tcnt rate.*, ??n Machinery, Vnnutnrc. an-l Mockm?f Merchandise, and against ail nttcii'liii^r the tranfjHirtation ?>*" Mercban b'ejw. I.:tkc-?, Canals and Kftihoarta. '' plication* l"?r Insurance will he promptly at ( nijrj i . by tin- rrci?i?i?*nt and fwi-vtarj-. Tf:p|'itroJi.i|{e.of...

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. — 24 July 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEKMOT, | KDITOHS AND FROrRlKTORS. TK11MS.?Daily, delivered in city. j?or * wk, 10 wmU Dau.i, by mail, in ?dT?o??- . Tu-WxuiT, by miiV inadwace? S,00 1 WEXXLT.by util, ioaJvAaee, ? I.1** _ WHEELING: Tuesday Morning, July 24,1860. The biographical sketch of 4*0ld Abe on our first page is rather rich. Tbt Kxcnritou on Wed???4?r' We are glad to see the excursion spirit, among our citi*ens, directed towards the Hempfield Railroad, and to find that it is met by the proper effort to accommodate on the part of the officers of the road. It is the interest of every citiien that the road should be sustained; and these ex cursions will, we trust, add quite hand somely to the revenues of tho road in the dull months now upon us. What we were going to say, however, was, that we think our musical friends have acted wisely in diverting their excur sion from the river to Elm Grove. The latter place is the centre of the finest ter "ritory, stretching over two or three miles, eluding ...

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. — 24 July 1860

|lail]i futclligcnccv .^Largest Circulation ol any Paper m Western Virginia. "S3 Tuesday Morning, July 24, I860. g^-SEXT L>.?A negro woman, com uiouly known as Dell, and u servant ia the bouse of Mr. Yarnall, was sent to jail !tjter.lay, by Aid. Wright for whipping au Irish woman. j^-?Tue Baltzell Cask.?We stated on Saturday thata new trial bad been granted bv the Court of Appeals iu the case of Ctias- Bnltzt-H, convicted nt the lust terra of the Circuit Court of the malicious stub bing of William Myers. The Court of Ap peals has only awarded a writ of error, a heariug upon which is yet to take place at Ltffiiburg, tind the attorneys are notified. j^Fatal Accident.?John Curry, a laborer on the river railroad, was run over 5v a train of cars at Se-.vickley, on Friday morning about two o'clock, and died on Saturday troui the effect of injuries re ceived. One of his legs was nearly sev ered. lie was lying on the track nt the time, and is supposed to have beeu intoxi cated. ?^?l'i(ya...

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. — 24 July 1860

'I!*-" ? ? Jgailg ?totcHigciucr. DREAM-WORLD. [From the Poems of Two Friend*.] Bright, beautiful, far land! "Where mil theme loot-sore. dusty traveller* go> L earing the shadow and the weary woe? Dead foot-prints in life's sand! Thither all trarel ? there Tired kinc*, by clad content uncrowned. go smilltg The slave from all the tread-mill of his toiling. Breathes wouie enchanted air. Thither go home at eTen All weary exile*, in this foreign mart. Finding the old doors opening in each heart. Beneath the Maying heaven! The poet there no more Craves the old sjnr* that in his heart hare died: The Past?no marble?singing by his side. On that enchanted shore. There, as fresh as in far years. Stand shtttered temples *>f thf heart.?old lwrass! Through oj?en doors each face familiar cunies? Smiles!?but we waken tears! now fer! bow near it seems! This m-eaxy world f>rgoUwi far, un?ecn? Circling kit sunshine in a heart *erenev That strange, bright world of dreams! Postings. i Scene at ...

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. — 25 July 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, WEDNESI)AY MORNING, JULY 25, 1860. NUMBER 280. ri.IMKD AND PUBLISHED BV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iXTEliMCB^CBR BriLDIXGS, y K. earner of Qttincy ami 2/ain-Sts. rr li: R M : I).;!y.(by mail.payable ii? advance,). $.?j.oo I v the Wcvfc.fpavablo fo t ho Carriers.). ly X,i-\Vr<'h!y.(pf**year, payable in advance,) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. -\ll n.lvorti^mcnts from u distance, or from transient city customer*, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE . INSURANCE. Etna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, Qpct at the Savings Hani? "J' WhceJiug, Xo G3 Main St. THE A110VK NAMEO COMPANY. having been fully organi'/.cd, is n??w prepared to take risks at low-'t consistent rates, on lluUdiujrs. Machinery, Furniture. and .^tnek* uf >!erehandise. and against all dangers attending the tr.in*|>ortati<ii? of Merelian ^ r? Kivcr*. ^eas. hakes. Canals and Railroads, \v?i?li??tion* for In-nrmee will he promptly at tri'.iei! to by the President and Secretary. Tjjr jiAtrona...

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. — 25 July 1860

lailg Intelligence* CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS XXD PROPRIETORS. TJ&KMS.?DaU-T, delir?r*-d in city, per 10 o?ti Daxlt, by mail, in fcdranog... Tu-Wiult, by mail, in advance? WmiS,b| mail. in*dran?c^~ W H EELI X G : Wednesday Horning, July 25,1860. At tbe request of ODe of otir Bell-Everett friends ire publish tic celebrated treason letter of William L. Yancy, tbe leader of the secession at Baltimore, as he Is ot all disnnion projects in the "South. It is well beaded "An Arnold-Burr Docnment,'' and repentance or no repent ance, ought to consign tbe name ot the author to eternal infamy. The communication in our paper to day. headed, *'C. W. Russell and the Dem ocratic party," is of a kind not cxactly suited to our taste, and were it not for tbe fact that our Douglas Democratic readers hereabouts consider themselves hardly dealt with these days, and that they have, so to speak, thrown themselves on our generosity for a bearing, we should have insisted on several material alter...

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. — 25 July 1860

,^MMtAKE?We were in error yester j iv moriii?Ki >" stating that a servant of t V.rn.U'shad been sent to jmI by Aid. lt We have ascertained that no commilmcn^ made. j "the Wt ATM eh.-For two or three j .st the weather has been remarkably , ,hl-; I ti,e SMson of the year. The nights j 1 ire cool and even chilly, the eager air the song of the bloody musquitocs j U"j sugfc'eitiu* ""oolc,i clotbia3 and tbick" j it lift ^ fOT-THE "llier d"-V* " ",nI1 CaIlinS I,im" | iTnturv May, 1>^"'"1 ihrougli this city, | I '. n.- up nncurrent b:uik bills. After .?departure, it was ascertained that l.e ; h'j shoved off upon divers unsuspecting j '' ,:?c -i .'00.1 .leal more of l.is worthless ! '.uir t!mu he ImJ bought up. May was j 'ccomp.u,ied l.v a short-haired, girlish- | lool ill' woman, who ?emed to be assist- j ias her enterprising companion to the , best of her abilities. The several times, re- j veu.lv determined to abandon this subject ? owi;/to the exceeding low ebb to which , it |?Jfal...

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