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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 25 July 1860

ailjt ?futcUi(jcucet. MEMORIES. bt k. b. ntsoy. Memories, sunny and golden. Thoughts of the day* agone. Gome to mj heart like the flashing That heralds the coming dawn; They, the beloved and true hearted. That gladdened the day* of yore, Are thronging through Memory's portals.'* And sitting beside ute once nu-rc. Holy and sweet are the echoes Depp in my heart tliat dwell? They con-.e like the chime of the silvery Sound of a far ofTbell; Voices, the true and teuder, Strikes on my listening ear*? They the beloved of my childhood? Friend* of my riper years. Thoughts of that dear yonng sister Who passed to the -land of rest." Far from the home of her childhood? Fur in the praired west? One hope 'mid the gloom and the darkness Gleams bright o*er our sorrowing night? We know oar beloved is henceforth A glorified angel of light. And I think sometimes that these holy, Memory-haunted hours Are sent, like th?*ntumn sunshine, To brighten the tiding flowers. So. whenever the mists of this earth...

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. — 26 July 1860

VOLUME S. WHEELING, VA..THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 20. I860. NUMKER -2S7. I IUNTKIl AND I'l'ISM&lIKD BY ' CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ,XT 1.1.r.u;KSCER ui'ttDisas, .V. A*.c't'iift < f quinct/ 4iml T v: IS. INI K : ft ii!y.mail. i?m*?:?!?!*? is* ailvancc.l.. $5.00 )-,* J?c \V? -k. payable to the Carriers.). JO fri .Virkly.OHTyi -'r.iKi.val.lo in advance,) 3,00 x - A?iv?--!iNins: ?l?>ne on muwnaltlc torut*. All from a distance. orfwin Uiuisient citv i-iisfewcrA. Ik- in advaaco. insurance. INSURANCE. Kdiii Insurance Co. of Wheeling, (iii.iy it/ /.'/? j so til. ?;/ 117trrlitif/, No 03 .Haiu St* rr^HK AltOYK NA.UMT) Ci?AiI'AILV. Itavinir lu-cn ^ fully i- m?v. lUvjMrj^l to lake rinks .,t o.i.>l-r?-nt rale*, on i;uil.?!>ur< .Vracliinery. Vc 11!; f. ami <?! Mrrcjiuiiili-f. a?nf* ;J?1 .j !??_? r- aUi-!??Jinjr J lit* 11 asportation of. Arijreljan ,i;.. .,i, lliv. S?m-. L:iki~. Canal* ami KaHjo.tW.-,. \j^.Jji:iti.?n- '. r In-nr.ui.-.- will !.<? proiViptly at fr.,r^i tl?r Pres...

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. — 26 July 1860

gliuln galtHigeufev CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT~ EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TKR>L&?Dxd.t, delivered in city. p?r *c?k, 10 c?ut? DaXLT, by mall, lb ?dra?ce? $6,00 Tu-Wunr, by mail, taadnuace- S.00 WuiXT.Vj mail, inftdvxocc, 1.0O ~ WHEELI N' G 7 Thursday Morning, July 26, I860. Wk have receive*! ft well written com manication, signed l,G.," of which the author need not to have been 4?shamed. hut .vbicb, siucc he withholds his name trom us, we are compelled, in keeping with our rules, to withhold from the public. A correspondent from Fairmont say "this would be dull tow,i inst now without the Z>#% Our friend Billy McDonald must be in ?^e dumps, then. Has Uoxie. or nobody ?J?e, seat bim anything enlivening lately ? Tst Bell and Everett men have fused wish the Douglas men in Georgia and agreed to count five nnd five with them on the electoral ticket. The telegraph this morning reports they arc casting sbont in Michigan to see what can be done there.? They h?Te organized a club at Det...

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. — 26 July 1860

flail!' futclligeum "^largest Circulation of any Paper in tS" Western Virginia. -&? Thursday Morning. July 26, I860. j^-P.ICKKT Picked.?Tin; light-fiugereil c are about again, sneaking around in . rowds and prosecuting their profession w;,l, enterprise. A neighbor of ours got l,is pecket picked of SlO at an auction room, on Tuesday night, and a rural friend Io?t bii silver watch, which lie thinks was jo,itched from his pocket on the street. jvg-DiCi' while Bathisq.?A son of Mr John r. uie. post-m ister at Indepen dence, Washington county, l'a., died sud Jcnly while bathing in a creek, p. short li-tance from bii home, Sunday afternoon, the ist. A few minutes lifter enter jU" tUe water he complained of being uu , He bad barely time to reach the when he expired. The cause is al ?ribatedto heart disease: age of the young man, l" years. v:, accident ox the Suspension Buihof..?Yesterday on the Suspension Bridgetwo men were carrying a long nnd | heftvv o?kcu niank upon their shoulders,...

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. — 26 July 1860

iulw ?jaMUgc?ccr. BEST TO THE BEST. BY ALICE OART. The wind blown wlrfre it IMelb, Out of the w>-t atnl west. And tin* sinner's way is dark as Jr.itIt, And life is best t<? the 1>est. The touch of evil corruptetli; Tarry not on it" track. The grass where the serjteiit crawls is stirred A? if it grew on his brick. To know the beauty of cleanness The heart iuu?t be clean and We must lnvr our uwslilwr to get his love? As wc measure, lie will mete. Cold black crusts to the beggar, A cloak of rag* atnl woe: And tin* furrow .?> are ? arm to the sower's feet. And his bread l* white as snow. Can blind eyes' see the even. As lie hangs on th* days* soft clo*e. Like a lusty boy <>u his mother's neck. Bright in the fitce a rose? The grave is cold and cruel? Rest, pregnant with unrest. Ami woman nmst uionii and men inu-; groan; But life is best to the be-t. Frames, Square and Oval. PICTURES, PICTURES, PICTURES nOOKS! BOOKS! STATIONERY! VARIETIES! HOSIERY, and Gentlemen's Furnis...

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. — 27 July 1860

VOLUME 8. t: -? WHEELING, VA.,FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27. I860. NUMBER 2SS. 1'IHNTKD AXD PUHLISHKD llY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IJTEH.ICBXCEU BDILDISUS, y. !'? Otru'.r of (Juincij ami Main-Ms. T E TZ M S : p,ilr.(l>y iuail. payable in advance,).- .$5,00 1 * t he Wrck. (payable to the Carriers.). 10 Tri-Weekly. (per year, payable tn advance.) 3,00 XjLj-Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisement* from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in adrauce. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. .Etna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, Ofiict at the Savings Bank oj\ WJietliug, . Xo 03 Mnin St. rpHE ABOVi: XAMfiP COMPANY, having: been V fully organised. >- now prepared to take risks ?t j ?*,??-( consistent rate*, on l!u:!din<rs. Machinery, y,.-; >ore. nnl Stocks ??f Verchnndise, and against .*1! a in-.-rsattending the tr insp? rtatum of Merclmn V-. n Kiveis. Lakes. Canal* and Railroads. ( .plication-! f?r IiMiianc- wtil be promptly at , t > l?v the President and Secretary...

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. — 27 July 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AND PnOTEIETORS. TXE3IS-?Datlt. ddirts^d is city. per ireA. 10 cents Daily, by mail. in advance iS.00 Tw-Wnnr, by znxfl. in advance. 3.00 Vzxar, by mail . iBAdviore. ? UOb \Y H E EL I >Tg : Friday Morning. July 27.1860. Ox our first page, in addition 10 the let ter of Mr. Peirpoint'.v will be found an in teresting letter, explanatory of the views of Kdward Everett, and a forcible leader fjom tbe Cincinnati (Zazrtie, Horr*Lo. Xew York, must be in a bad waj. The sale of real estate flou; to pay ulxcs, *5 advertised by the County Treas urer, covers two entire broad pages of the ?xprea newspaper. Wheeling is a para dise to most American cities in the way ot taxation. The St. Clairsville 6crr"? calls .In. Lane --the man withont a model and without a shadow." Onr opinion of him. exactly.? Woodatteld Spirit. And since it is your opinion, will yon tell as what it means ? We hare heard of poor, miserable creatures, both smougmcr. and among animals, that ha...

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. — 27 July 1860

r . . ..... . . . jailn ?f tttclligcttm Largest Circulation of any Paper in **' " Western Virginia. "Sa Friday Horning-. July 27,1860. _ lsiost a iliimiAOB.?Two young , ,ple, who 'iave l0,,S 'mi' 11,1 ""liable Lr kness forjjeach oilier, attended tlie pic Bic at KIni Crove on Wednesday. The i14l,. jirrij- is about nineteen ami the fe e-ale about sweet sixteen. Their love was ti that tresh young kind for which strains cf music are the best food, and which is .. ,rred bf the lack of sentiment and the , revalencf of hilarity observable at a pic These young people wandered ofl' by thcntselves, biiiing and cooing, and gath jr ? r wild flowers until iliev hud become rl llij, <0 thrtiyhly iu love vviili each other, tlmt liOlbi'S lnlt immediate matrimony* would - i!ii!> durir lender longings. The vounjf , consulted a couple of (rood friends i . a xlic ground, who consented to uc umii.iiiy him to West Alexander, where jeindissoluble kuot might be tied without :elav. The carriages iu whi...

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. — 27 July 1860

ailg gfatcIJigciiccr. THE HARPS OF HE A VEX. On a. solemn day I climbed the shining bnlwark of the skies: >"ot by the beaten wt, But climbing by a jnjer. That., like a gulden thread- hung by the giddy stair Fleck'd on the immemorial blue. By Uir strong step-ctroke of the brave and few, Who, stirred by echoes of far barmouies. Mast either lay them down and die of leva. Or dare Those empyrean walls that mock their rtarward eye*. But midtrstr in tbf dread emj?rir.e The feint and fainter foourtej>? ceaw. And all my footing pro no. Like one * bo gathers sapphire. I hold on. And up and d.i*n through answering vasts desrry Nor Earth nor Heaven; Above, The sheer eternal precipice; below, The sheer eternal precipice. Home In Wartime. She turned the lair page with her fairer hand? More fair and t*j] than it was wont to be? O'er each remembered thins he loved to see, She lingered, and as with a fairy's wend Enchanted it to order. Oft she fanned New motes into the sun: and as a bee Sings ...

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. — 28 July 1860

VOLUME 8 WHEELING, VA..SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, I860 NUMBER 2S9. 1MP3ELL & M'DEHMOT. InyRJL J.?GE^>OrSH ili ILDIXG.S, y /? t,f Quivi u/i'l Jfcin-Sts. T E R 31 ^ : r. *.y l ivable in Jt.Iv.inrc-,>. ^5,00 .,c \V< ?k. ptval-le to thcCVrriers,! 10 < kl'",(per year. j>ftyable in advancc.) 3,00 ^,iVirtising tl'tie on rc.usoiiaMe terms*. helve **\-'>\15 froIU n <ll5tance?or from transient | 0 ft<lvanco* beef [JEAN C E . Insurance. na Insurance Co. of Wheeling, ? /r. 2kir~ingtltanJ. ii/' Mhreliirg. <*?3 31 a in St. \b0VB NAMED COMPANY, having boon i' v"'uc-.i'iro.!. i :: m ;-iopired to ! .!;?? rhdCK rat? -. on Hnil'lings. Machinory. ..., < >t.?ck; ' f M? rrhandi-". and against -? rtation of-Mercluin n S* is. Lnkf-s. CanVi- and linilroniis. ? f.?r I'.-.smm .?? v.-.-I !??* T Jo?n}?tIy al ii f ? hv the Prsiibnit :m 5 .-'tT. j .?r>. ? ihopnblic isi ? Jp*of ftoHyrolirited. >. HILDULTH. 11 EN HV K. 1.1 ST. <;-cr? tan. PivsMeni. mukctous, ( D. .l?i!i...

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. — 28 July 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AKD PROPRIETORS. TKRMS.?Dailt,delWerrd in ci<y, per week. 10 cent* Dailt, by mall, lo advance,. .$5,00 ""H, Inndr.ince. _ 8,00 ' ? >WsmT,bj niSlI ina-lrance,... j/>0 W H EyETTT^N G? " Saturday Morning, Jnly 28,1860. All attempts to get up an excitement over Ibe 'Presidential election have fulled. The people will not get excited. The newspapers report soino display from da/ to day, and tell ns of the "wildest enthu siasm" manifested by a few hundred men and boys.around a railroad depot here and there, out the facts do not justify the an nouncements. The people are uncommon ly quiet. Yet this is not because of indif- ' fereace towards the election. Us great importance is felt and recognized, and every man has his opinions and feels an interest in the success of his own party. But the result, however doubtful it mny be on the whole, can be predicted, almost with certainty, in nearly all the States. Con sequently there is hardly anything to figh...

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. — 28 July 1860

jail? ? Htclligenm' T'iargest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-?# Saturday Morning, July 28, I860. -jJMIkvivko.?Dr. Affleck has revived Bridgeport Journal. The Dr. declares Ji intention to "fight lor Hell and Kvcr fIl like the devil." How to Get Rid of Mosqeitoes ix Xtcnr.?Mosquitoes, says somebody, (He beef blood better thnu they do any bi.t flows iu the veins of huuiua kind.? il?i put a couple of generous pieces on a liite near your bed at night, and you will tej, undisturbed by these pests. In the naming you will find them full ar.d stupid .villi beef blood, and the meal sucked dry. Niuht Parade.?The parade of the *? Company C. lust night. nud the music .ompinying created not a little cxcile .rat. This Company seems to have filvniiceil rapidly in soldierly knowledge, ud fr.un the attention they are beginning ijny to tiie accuracy and precision of the ulJiering business, we should not lie sur mised if they soon surpass themselves, .s did the Chicago Zouaves, and becom...

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. — 28 July 1860

' Joy ik the House of Stow.?There was ?"birth in the house of Stow (the indefati gable Tom Stow of this institution) this morning. Persuasion, female. If the type are t'other end to, or mixed up to-day it is owing to Stow who is rather excited, standing on bis head, tying himself iu a bard knot, attempting to swallow himself and "sich". Notwithstanding the child is a female, it will be called Stephen A. Douglas. ?Cleveland I'laindculer. A gentleman travelling on railroad lost his bat, when, without a moment's hesita tion, he pitched ont bis ha'.-box, on which were his name and nddress, wisely judging tCat the latter would lead to the return of the former, which it did. That man was a philosopher. ? The age of a young lady is now express ed according lo'the present style of skirts, by saying that "eighteen springs have passed over her head." Every husband thinks he can tame a shrew except the poor fellow that lias her. Frames, Square and Oval. PICTURES, PICTURES. PICTURES BOOKS! BOOK...

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. — 30 July 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.,MONDAY MORNING., JULY 30. 1860. NUMBER 290. I'l.lNTKli AND PUBLISHED l!V ^JIPBELL & M'DEEMOT, jntem;igexckk Dnwiscs, " y /? -rr *>/? Quiney and Main-Sis. T 12 r? M S : p iiiT.0,r nnil- r"Til,,Ie in ?|iv?n??0- .$5,00 t. -it W<*k- (payable to tlio Carrier*,). 10 ?-ri.*Vo?klT- G>"ry"'Pa-V,lb,c in advance,) 3,00 ?y-Advertising done on reasonable terms. 5 lTertiH*;nents from a distance, or from transient city muss bc P1''1 ln aJvauce INSURANCE. INSURANCE. j-ltna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, QiT,C( rt the Savings Bank of Whceliug, No G3 Slain St. THF. ABOVE NAMED mMPANY, having been fully organized. i-? now prepared to take risks ,t loue-' oo;s-?'>t?,nt wtej, on Buildings. Machinery, Furniture. ?" l ?t?>clcs or Merchandise, and against ij ,ians:?M attending flu* transportation of Merchan on~Kiver*. Sens. L?kej,CauuU and Railroads. \niilirTtion* f>r Insurance will lie promptly at tenif 11.? I'.v tli? l*rc?i<l?iit ami Secretary. TbepHtr jmifie ...

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. — 30 July 1860

g? - ? " - ? =? iulg "CAMPBELL M'DEItMOT, EDITORS AJTD PROPRIETORS. TKKMS.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 cents Daily, by mail, Id advance- $5.00 Tri-Wkkkly, by rani!, iu advance^ 3,00 Weekly, by mail, in advance,. 1,00 wheel:I N O : Monday Morning, July 30,* 1860. On Saturday afternoon, iu company with u number of citizens, we made an excursion, over the llempfield out to the Coal Oil Company's Works, situated about a mile east of Triadclphiti, and spent some two hours in an interesting examination of ! the" modus operandi of turning coal into oil, the details of which we will furnish at I another time. The Blind. Wt have received a little pamphlet con taining the proceedings of a recent Re union of the oDicers and pupils of the In stitution for the Blind, at Columbus, Ohio, the latter of whom were scattered far and wide over the country, pursuing tho du ties for which they were qualified by the Institution, but who gathered together on this occasion, and had a pleasant and...

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. — 30 July 1860

iisilw faimif&m s Largest Circulation of any Paper in ' -western Virginia."5d0 Monday Morning, July 30,1860. i-^rv-Tiii; Oi-ENixo or TUK IS tit doe.?The u.'ning of the new suspension bridge on :,iiircliiv afternoon turned out to he-con ?Jerabfe of uu event. Some three or of C:?I>t- Tom's ouinihusses were uinka upon I lie bridge, preceded by a oar horse vehicle, on the driver's seat of ,-Siich 3:1! w - K- McUonws, the engineer of lie work, who handled llic checks like ,,n i;,c very son of Nimshi. Tlie pro ...jo,,. for such it was. proceeded to the e-idenre of our "hospitable friend Jacob jcrnc r.011 the Island, where a general re r .i|]:-'of the inner innn took place scv ral consecutive, separate times. Uetnrn ifcf party stopped Hi Mr. P. K. Zinn's, .. .r neighbor of the llridge's, and af B-atils (nine dawn to the Mel.life Mouse, err a general disposition to lie jolly ri!S ?iani:?t--l- vi,!W oi tl,e opening of ,c- important improvement. The bridge ?nod the !*?--? well, and we ...

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. — 30 July 1860

iarrt s?rt isnrursfc y&zzrj- l^urh^ ix\i ttjg&gsete WIXTt#: 1l*r Ifff. T> b? jotxt. ?y?nr ytnr^Kx^ yrise met*- **??_ ii*lD2xu*: ^gyssa* _-u: X r^rm Sine 1m ?m5^i?r j-p'jw^r i?- isSt xxnhuni.t iMrvrjg&gt uf 1i*+r tWtXtrr. rK^e liiliU unr paicru y*nZxr^'. jx?s=rr?. li s&it 3t uS$ * v'lMl lit T bt *r*K Sif?{? it ?t? na^jiiut wf ?w? jKiccit. Hen- k viit lixru. fciik. u5:w iti iirtn* vl-K ^rlifiriti! -yt&rr&K the rs*C**r -*uil V^ifiirl? -llfc* lrf- i ? v*;C isfk'J-Ut! il*T ^ 4tjj-1t?=fc. Sac- ^r?T ?*TF-ai?jCfe X-xH: ^ rd mc? Manila j*Sa*'.? ? ?nh1. r. X.j ltf? fioft s/"A toT imnr. 2jf *ti^- ?itti?4ttr^rr?? -r<?*r AsC ii*? i? ?^ua ???? is; limK Ijr-csxa. ar^*n> i?c, FifiM-wiii otueu> utauifsr fetil n. ?jwnb-r im}*?c. It tisiw*- -of mpparr* vpiztazr: if -lot- turilinc jrrwfunt "Wuii-sr insuaalsgg Inert. ?**!>* ii?? V^uiutg.- tire AJlit i? ?tl_ Ifat ?n Irtfc ^"iwa. *>. ?r*-rii^ tut. J? t ilj* atuc Iff It; iTMCb. fc-.jn*C:a**? Itriw x^z-n. cat *Tiin&...

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. — 31 July 1860

NlTM"IVRt* 901 WHEELING, VA, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31. 1S60 VOLUME 8 l'i;INTKI> AM) rUDLISHED BY ijASIPBELL & M'DERMOT UllXlItEWER BI II.DIXGS, \ i " ? '?/ f/'>!.id .l/.mi-.V*. T I<: li M :< : H > v n i:I.J"val>Ic in atensftl. $6.(K . ii,. W--k - 10 Vf:.jj.v.,|,tr.M*ar.p:tynl?K-in a<lYit?<c.) 3.00 r ou rc:t5onublu term*. t;L??A*IVfrt*? VI 11 ivcrtis*?*eillf! from a distance, or from transient cummer*. must l,c IKiUl in a?ivouce. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. i;i?a liisiH'iuiPP Co. <if Wheeling, ? i'! tl?: txicitirjs Haul >*? Oil 31nin St. rv Vt;OVK NAMKT? PVH'ANV. having 1,,'en ? I. i- a -w j.jvpnrcl to |:?kc risks ... .J^-nt rati--. <>i? : a M. I! r j . 31 a ch i i it- rv. iv ot" aft.l* apiln^t * "\ . :.?iiis? T- :rtati?>n Ul Mei-han t? i.nk?-?. an 1 Kailrpaj?*. 7.*' it;..:.- I:: "U "* will ;>r<?ll]iily lit ; t: ?? !Tf4 ]<?::! till*I .'fCli IHfV. I I'siMic :? riiiiy *?lu it?d. . HJl.nilKTH. 11KNKV K. LIST. ."I'tntv. I'iv-iiinit. l> IKE...

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. — 31 July 1860

ailjj guteUigencei' CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, SD1TOR8 AND PEOPRIETORS. YXRM3.?Daily, delivered In city, per weelc, 10 cents Daily, by mail, in advance,. $5,00 Ttti-Weekly, by mail, in advance^- 8,00 j *Wzekly, by mail, in advance,. *....1,00 ^ w"H E eITi 'n^G : Tuesday Morning, July 31, I860. On the 4th of this month?the anniver sary of our national liberties?a number of onr fellow citizens of the count}' of Prince William?a county of. the Tide Water Section of the State, and one that contains about six thousand white people and half that many negroe3-in the exer cise of their indisputable rights, assembled together and commemorated the day by reading the Declaration of Independence, making some speeches and raising a pole. On this pole they put a flag of the stars and stripes, and surmounted it with a streamer bearing the names of Lincoln and Hamlin. From that day up to this there hns been a great excitement in Prince William. In that county, as well as in thi3 and other counties of...

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. — 31 July 1860

gailg ifutclliijcucet Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, ""<?? Tuesday Morning, Jnly 31,1860. Attention Democrats. -.roc ARK REQUESTED TO MEET AT WASIf \ INOTO-V HALL on Wednesday evening. August 11 a: 7U o'clock, for the transaction of business, in '* 'uni iucex'th a resolution adopted at an adjourned uiMtiii" <"'""" -,l!t J"'y- A" interested in the cause #? rvu'lis nud Johnson are invited lo attend. GEO. FORBKS, JAMES TV. I'HILLTPS, ALEX. WALLACE. WM. HKLFKK, s 31 S. D. WOODUOW. jjg^DnLSK.?A tuun by the name of Miller was found dead drunk iu the Market House Oil Sunday. He was sent to jail by Alderman Wright. pa-Ax Impcdext Rascal.?Yesterday afternoon, a follow who insisted that his ,]4me was Stephen Douglas, in passing the ,n-occrv store of Michael O'Brien, picked up a cucumber aiul proceeded very delib erately to devour the vegetable. Mr. O'B regarded the trick ns about as cool as the cucumber, and requested Mr. Douglas to settle, which Mr. P. refused to...

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