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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 31 July 1860

ailu gntfUijencer. |Proa xht- YI?ra&] 50 UOEE. At lut I kww. ijt frii until ray aril-g b*v? 1* wit i* pay i. Xt* Utter. UtUrtnitk. S? ut/k tltd twriU? U> you: L? Jf?ewi nU u*viv?-j.u. 'iluvogbac? tl* c nt?&j> jcmt* Ht Mil tract lulif It: i sm'tfur ind vi! La r*k??in raitc J rtiT 4ar. troe! if xti *rv?rvd *rr-cry \s*~&z bfcv 1 IlJ liiiei SIT *mo3 with jgrfa, I ?i Wi 'j : X* v^cti i* boir to fbnn par! Of i?v* Aod bate Ais? i 'atb let (r-; Iftnr s *:a it ?w to fbe***Wrt?l Tiai 1 ac* aurf nwi^ei T?* ?orie ?& DfT*T k?/B H-nr wemSj tad nfiy 4-/* M; <?*? vflifeiDw e tw; JUr T9BM I u**fc irt llfv snseii Ijcnr roW iarx?<uort HxXii *ii stj peace u^oe. CS?am;Je1/.1H?. / &- M-C Frames, Square and OvaL PICTURES, PICTURES, PICnTB.ES boqks: books: STATIOJTEEY! VARIETIES! HOSIERY, it> Gentlemen's PumisLdiig Goods! All of vaif.ii i ?"ill cell *<>s cash at Ui? itnreK r?Ceii )Ci?t Of P-5UJTW J ba-r-t s ?m?i ooo^tt warwfirw mT. *tHbrz.rinr all kMi Lci'y^^ie at?c...

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. — 1 August 1860

NUMBER 292 VOLUME 8 WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, I860 PRINTED and published by G1AMPBELL & 5DERMOT, [STGLLICESCBR BCHD1SGS, v. errit n/ Quincy anil Main-ttt. T "E It M ? : n,ily,(by mail, payableadvance,). $5,00 j,, the Week ^ jyi-WeeMy, (per year, payable In advance,) 3,00 ffj~ Adrcrtiiing dune oil reasonable term*. \I1 ?tlvfni?ment? ^rnnl 4 rtlalance, or from transient city cu^ir,nitre, mint be paid in advance. INSURANCE. ^^l^SURANCE^ .Etna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, Offict atthz SxtviTiffS JJatilc rf Whreliug, STo 63 Main. SI. THE ABOVE NAMED COMPANY, having been f,illV organized. is n??w prepared to take risks . .0Wf.,i comment rate*. on Buildings. Machinery, t-?rri?nrc, and St<?cks of Merchandise. and agntafat ,w.?rs attending the truL-poitatiori or Merchon .. j?on Klfer*. Se:i3. Lake*. Canals and Railroads. : t>.dicAti?!H f..r Iii-urauco will bo promptly at jcj t.) hv the President ami Secretary. jj,e patronage of the public id respectfully solicited, c p. ...

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. — 1 August 1860

Jfxitg gntrlligenrfr CAMPBELL & I'BEllK017 KlITOBB AVD PfORmOU. TKBM&?DiOifddffcr^iaatj, per vmL Hi cent* Paox, bj Mfl, Ik ttfrmace. Tu-Viffij. fcj bmcB. i? 3.00 ?nzu,bf nfl, IsadrMU, LW* "" ~ W H K E IX G : Wednesday Homag, Aug- 1, 1860. A free pre?t sod free speech are both, something which Anedcuu of all sec tions of tlx cooatrr ijiuld in theory, asd most generally will ?gbt for, in prac tice. There *rt. iisrettr, ma or Ameri cana?to their ibmc be it recorded?who regard freedom of speech or the press, as incompatible with opposition to tome pet idea, of their'*. We bare bad innumerable examples of this kind throughout the Sooth, within a few yeerc pact. We had an example of it here is "J??the time of the mob?and we had one. a striking one. this spring, in the appeal of the Wheeling Utdm lor another mob. Eat now the boot is shifting a little, it we have noticed elsewhere. Massachusetts claims the hon or of a family mob. One branch o' the Democratic party calls a meeting an...

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. — 1 August 1860

tv- Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Vireinia. Wednesday Morning, Ang- 1, i860. Attention Democrats. ltt o 41 ? 1UU ouaiufid, in n Mulolion adopted ntan adjourned incline on tile 21*1 July. All interested in tho cause r Ifcuii u Johnson "" invited to attend. ' ' GEO. FORUlot GEO. PORUKS. JAMES \V. l-IIIf.LIPS, ALKX. WALLACE. WM. HELPER. jTjl S. I>. WuuDItOW. ggj- AtLr:sBD Attkjipt to DtrnACD. Some three months ago Oliver Pryor and Win. Brown, of this city, conceived the ije.i of taking a couple of lioat loads of liar from ibis city to .Vw Orleans. The hay was collected and taken away in charge of Mr. Crown, and disposed of. we believe, to ajooil advantage. Un his return home )|-. Brown claims that he got a draft for jj.000 cashed in Cairo, aud that he was r.tiieil of the money between that place l3d Cincinnati. Upon arriving in this | tv he 50 reported th'.- result of the spec .;..:ion anil it was so published in the newspapers. From some circumstnnces, the nature of w...

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. — 1 August 1860

fftilg ijttteltirjencer. A wziru for Porter i Spirit of the Timet refer* to a collection of quaint epitaphs, moitlj made in different parts of New England, and especially Martha's Vineyard. The three following, though marked by otber poetical beauties, are ebiefir deserv ing attention for their grammatical accc raer: "5ot youthful charms together joined. With temper sweet and ririoaoe mind, 5or husband's Kan, nor jurwr* grwf Apupn grim I>esth wm do relief.** "The mother has laded, withered and died; Three of her children li? buried beside/* ?*Tb?e little head? that detp beneath Thefrem and pleuurt eud, Is now a diadem. a shining wreath. A singing hymns to God." Here is a sopreme)/ transcendental one; read* like Liebig crossed on Swedenborg. Observe, also, the fastidious accuracr. of tbe rhyme: "By tbe force of T?getstion I was brought to life and action. When life and action they shall cease I shall return to the same source." Here is a prime one from Kitterj. Me.: "I was drowned...

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. — 2 August 1860

A i bi.Usllfcl) BY ,, ^PBELL & M'EERMOT, isthI'I,k<bsck'k oniDises, V r:.c> ?rr of Quittry end Xiin-SU. T E K M ^ ! p.ilv.(l.y ??"?* :'-TaWo J?.v!>eWr.(i*r >'?""? !?y?,,loiu l-,!v:,1;c?) 3-?? "eir A,i?rtfel>R '>""e ,1n rewonable Urn". H .,,rti?emenU from a dittaiiee. or rrora transient -"" ?? l"1'1adTaoc' TisuRANC E 'insurance. rtnfl insurance Co. of Wheeling, n,l<-e tit t'lC Xnvinffi lianl-"/ Wlirrlivg, No 03 ai?ln St. . i <u ajntlnst ??n2 tlM. tr in?;> ?rt?tlwn of Merclinn ?'?' d* ?n'> 0'?,"!.kTn-unticc will pr.iraiitly at ? .? i.? ili? I'n "i'l.-it ui'l <pcr?t.iry. m' i-'f tl.et?:il?lie !?>K.j.c-tfnllr igtrtttJ. - mi nrKTII KliXIlY K. 1.1 ST, srUlU^Tjl-v i-n.-6i.lei.t lllllECTORS, , JWI2* L. IIOBBS, ^?V?ll??. TnoS.ll.Urt, mtbiujiifc!\ p.,r>IT. ,r. i'v1ss*iil afforded to those *vho wtsli to %n\?i*a*'the ?nbscril'tl^i lxK*k teumiu? open at fuVtcv.l e. a .s> mv25-v ,V.eC.T..V?^l:5b" the i?n?r"".' ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. " ok eii.utwrrsvi...

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. — 2 August 1860

ailg ^otdlijr nrrr CAMPBELL & K'DEEKOT. EDITORS IIS PEOPEirTOBS. ?K8M??-pxn-r, delirer-d-mcii). per wade, 10 mu P*HT.fcy ml!, In Idnaa ^4,00 g*-Wiip.t. by mill, is advance, 8,00 WimTtbj irain, iuaduaoe,.. }T0i* WHEELING: Thnrsday Morning, Aug. 2, 1860. "The telegraph reports a rumor that an agent ?f Kiett, Yancey r.nd other Breckin ridge men, had gone to Europe to see what France and England will do towardsiieip ing them to form a Southern Republic, in the ereni that their candidate ie not elec ted. Aj interesting account ?f the trip of the Great Eastern to Cape May, appeari in our telegraph columns, from which it seems that the Voyage, so far as^pleasure vu concerned, was a fizzle, and resulted in ?uch a climax of disgust as to proroke an indignatkm meeting of the people on board. Ten cents a glass for water and a great scarcity of bread, were among tbe slight inconveniences complained of. Way it is that tbe leading Bell and Everett men are at work so bitterly against Lincoln 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. — 2 August 1860

Liuvc-t Circulation of any Paper in *" Western Virginia. Thursday Morning. Arcg 3. 18^0. su?ci!tl Telegrap ,lc Unpnmaeii to the Intelligencer. (A LA T1IF. WHEELING L'.ViOX.) In view of tiie enterprise of our cotcm J ornrv- tlie Wheeling Union, and its daily publication of tpcciol <Iape tc/ics of great public iinportau e. and being determined not to be "lit done, we linvc, nt nn cnor aous expense, ($000,000) made arrange ments with Steele's Bethany Hacks, (lie '.Vest Li'ieriv Mail Boy, Ciipt. O'.N'oil's low ?oter lUthoat, tiic "shiner'' of the Sun jjib packet, anil diver? iitl sundry other | enterprise', to br'"S "s telegraphic de.r ..jic/ei concerning all startling occurren- ! , .-s ih:it oar readers miv be constantly ad- I vi-.-.iof bow the world jogs along in tlie ; -iotlj localities traversed by our agents, j v p following is the first installment : -rial irl?raph;cde-pilch I" ibe Wheeling Intel h^ucer. K)'Steele's Hack. I Shoht Cheek, July 10. Tiie weather is slightly salubri...

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. — 2 August 1860

jfailp gntclliflfctttfr. SHADOWS* Ok, the gpdog.?lb- beroiifsi daijw?? neaOa^tm-.j er tke faaa ?ir: ^onrtbcitj It* Ugfct dwii, flr. ?? rrv>nnr-?1fu wa^dtr they. Bt^fbuf wft oc the iwadjirf rr^jr I tr art ila flower* Oa Ur*rr% Bat ?cirer iLe fiow?-* ??>?*?? betvw?! CO the OC?i ^ht; Oaayug wi *ire Frrr-: 5?jr to pste. lAe Use fruT-fcimj-jnO* ? of a ehi*2 a? ;Ast. Str.Vifcr 4*j. in tbe n*>omxt iak?c ^htre U?e nsDsuiusMni j - * -4* tfTf*w?d iaa dre??. Azn a worfdiifpa^r ttwrr raaie. Ia IhM wwsid aizboat *ad the wtrid trithhc For Joy mey barw ? A charm trctm torrow; Aad duritr ?u;les oo rrpca^aoi fir.. yaZSar ?of: o?i the dazzled Wbesrtbs reoJer tLooght* ~ rJP??if9a?r? ^rao^t, Te?peii Qis^rs of hopes Ht*hi Azdttere Wt *b*4owt?rarsfbl ?!?>??*. PrBW??g baia on the WeMtog bean; . trbeo flrrt ir trow* That tore's Cans gkrws artmser aad purer whea joy- depart. *hado<w??th<* taxstifcl fcha'tosrj^ A*?d lake tfm ibos~Ut as yem gar* at?rva4; Tha: la Heaves ana r\rth _ .. .Qsa^e?...

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. — 3 August 1860

VOLUME 8 WHEELING, \ A., FRIDAY ISfQJlNING, AUGUST 3. lSfin NUMBER 294. ritivi>.i> a-xh published jjy CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, I.VTEtLIfiE\CBR Bl'ILDIXCtS, X. K. cornet Quincy und Main-Sis. TERMS: I? ilv.'by mail, payable In advance,). ..$5,00 j.i ihc Week 10 Tri-Weekly, (pur year, payable in advance.) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. All ?drertteenieuf? from a distance. or from t ransient Cii v customers. must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. .Etna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, OJhct vt the ijavings Haiti.- r,f MVhttliug,, No G 3 Hain St. TlIK A WOVE NAMED COMPANY, living been fully onrani/ed. is n.nv preps red to take risks lowest consistent rate*. on Huiiding-i. Machinery, Fnrniture, an 1 Stocks of WTflrind!-**. and against all JanirTS attending th?? transportation of Merchan dise on llivers. Seas. Lakes. Canal* and Kaiiroad*. 'Application* for Tn?ur*nce will l?c promptly at tcti 'Cvl t-* l?v flip President and Secretary. The pitniriaccof tlic public is rcsi...

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. — 3 August 1860

wc no ticed in our report, made a ^ ?* spn ?rf a speech ?o the I>ougla? men at ash ? ington Hall, on Wednesday night. He re viewed. *u>? impartially. ana for an ? t^pore effort, quite fully, the history of the split in tbe Democratic party. And we thongM that no candid ??. in Utten.ng to him, oonld help being convinced that if tbera was such a thin* as a right ?de to a -wrong creed, that Mr. Oldbam and h.s Douglas brethren had the moral of tbe Democratic split on their ride. They ccr t^iclr were the National men of the party if there has been any nationality about it for the last ten yeata. Tbey were suppor ting the regular nominees, made by .he re-nUrK elected, regularly sent and regu Uriv o^ganUed ddegatea. Their candi dates stand where all the candidates stood in 1956, in of non-intervention, as interpreted, expounded and proclaimed at Cincinnati, and as adroratea by the ora tors that stomped the country for Mr. Bu chanan- Tbrr siand on the platform adopted at Charleston, l...

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. — 3 August 1860

UaiJijl fiitcllijcitfei' Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-ffi# " Friday Morning, Aug- 3, I860. Turtle Soup. T ixvlTF.MV NUMEROUS FKIEN'DS AND ens I tamer* to i?rl?ke of* delicate lunch nnrl turtle Jim- *t n'.v wiloon, 2?1 door idwve Wa*liin?t?n Hall, Il.rkrt itni't, this (Friday) morning and evening. Mj, JACJB FAI3. Special Ttlegriplilc Dl<patcb?a to the lulelilgeiieer. [a la wheeling f.sios.] combination of adverse circumstances ?cent to have intervened to prevent the reception of our special telegraphic dis paiches anil to diminish the extraordinary news facilities of which we spoke so en couraging!/ yesterday morning. Our agent at Honey's Point left that place last neck with several special telegraphic dis tiches tied up 111 a brown yarn stocking, lie started astride of a saw log and floated down little Wheeling creek, with two shirts for sails. He met with very litle 1 interruption, except a couple or three j attacks from the natives, who supposed j the n...

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. — 3 August 1860

flailo ifntflligencrt. The Temple of Drtumt. BY IrfZZIE C. ?JI!TK. I a?ar Sight's Lur Y^it'c (Met; i?aih w?t?T} had: But nearer by. with often gate, fbeTetnpie of tbe twilight elaoar. And by tbe duky war I v?iL And my L*rar? with folded hand*. 1 wait bntdetiw *acr*d door. Afraid to euter in Kk?oe. foe in this Tempi*. Tbe griefr fl>* oriifaurfesrj kivt kay-tn Li? iike l**Ur ghcot* QpOD Ifce floor. And* dreaming, in sbeir ataep they nu?n. I wait?from out fbe purple W?t Throogh paths mj veiled eye? cannot ??. A 9oal-fri?Kl watm. love-crovned. lore-Meet," To walk tliese hannied aisies with me? To c!asp n/ liwie from off mj breast. And keep me gentle company. And i'j tide, with rerereut *tcps; We tread the*-? aaered rooms apart. And steal l?r gwmnr a* she iljep* Where owaiabr Bfnrab-fotmlarar start. With echo-whl*per* on oar lips, From r?aper-d**am* wxttnn tad* lieart The griefr that cloaUrd ?i toy f-?et . Are griefr oo Wc they. wakiisg- Ti* (hi Wrjr with kisaer sweet They*charm the 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. — 4 August 1860

v OLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNTNO AUGUST 4, 1860. NUMBER 295. INtlNTKD XSV PUBLISHED BV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iXTEMilGEKTCEK BUJLDISGS, .V. iZ. earner of Quincy and Main-SU. TKRMS: D.j]y. (Ijt mall. payable in adrauco,)- 45,00 r.y ill* Week - < ftU/A8y*lti' Tri-\V?tlyi (P*r year,payable in advance,).., 3,00 .eg-Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in ad ranee. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. j-ltna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, Ofict at the Sittings Hank of }V?te*tiug, No 63 Main. St. THE ABOVE NAMED COMPANY, Inuring been fall.v organized. is now pre]tared to take risks at Iow?t consistent rate*. on Iluildingi*. Machinery, Fnrnltnrc. and .ct??ck.s of Merchandise, and against all lUnger* attending the transportation of Merchan dise r*n Hi vers. ?eas Lake?. Canal* and Railroads. Applications f?r Insurance will tie promptly at tem!?Nl t ? bv the President and Secretary. The pitr?>nnscof the pnhlic ...

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. — 4 August 1860

Hflilg gttteUijeuctr CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, SMTOKS A3TD PK0PBIET02S. TERMS-?DiHT, deJirerwJ in city, per ?sreek. 10 cent? 9uur, by maH. in tdrue* $?.00 IffVzau, by m?3. in adrmct, 3.00 ITsmx,bj mail, inadraea ...... 1,00 wheeling! Saturday Horning, Aug. 4, I860. Thike is to be a grand rally of the Douglas men next Monday night at she Atbenzrnn, sad we expect to see the most imposing demonstration of the season.? iffe expect to see the tree Democracy, those who rrpndiate factions, secession and disunion, rally as one man from the bill tops and the Tillers of the Panhandle, and ?11 the floors and galleries of that spa cious and classic old edifice as they cere cover filled but once before?we mean at die Republican Convention. As poor old Haachett used to say in his posters, '-an immense bill" has been prepared. Our distinguished friend. Bill Montgomery, heads tbe list, and be if a right bower card of himself. Bet be is only one of the distingue. Brows, the man who didn't se cede, (w...

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. — 4 August 1860

<g> _ tu, Largest Circulation of any Paper in. Western Virginia.-?* Saturday Morning, Ang. 4.1860. pj^-Katal Stabbing Affray is Bkl mo.vt Co is tv?Negro Killed by a White ^1 On Wednesday last a fatal stabbing :iffrnv occurreii at Belmont Station, on the <'fiitV.il Ohio Railroad, ub'out fifteen miles west of this city, in which a negro man came to iiis death. A number of negroes were lull ing a dance up stairj in a house, the lower part of which is occupied as a ijrocerv. the negroes came down .-lairs nil or some mineral water, when an Irishman named Pat Carney, a boss on the railroad, who win drunk, staggered up ijjdicit bin). A few words passed be- i tw?n tbcai, when Carney took the negro ! (,vt!ie throat, and was in tnrn knocked i dosn l)V a blow from tlie negro's fist ! Curacy got up and drew a large knife, nith which lie stabbed the negro three or luiir times i" the abdomen and breast.? j Tlie n'gro dropped down upon the floor, j when t*o of Carney's friends approached!...

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. — 4 August 1860

AID WOMEN. ?* a Yocsn mm. A woman it naturally gratified when a man singles her out and addressee his con versa lion to her. She takes pains to appear to the best advantage, but without any thought of wilfully misleading. How different is it with men! .At least it is thus that women in general think o!" men. The mask with them is deliberately put on and worn ai a mask, and woe be tideeflljr gjrl who is too weak or too un suspicious not to appear displeased with _ c well-tumid compliments and flatter ing attentions so lavishly bestowed upon her or her partner at the ball. If a girl ha* brothers she sees a little behind the scenes, and is -saved much mortification and disappointment She discovers how little men mean by attentions thev so free ly bestow upon the last new tace which takes their fancy. . M,n are singularly wanting in good feel ing upon this subject: they par a girl marked attention, flatter her in eTerr war and then, perhaps, when warned bv" some Judicious friend that th...

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 August 1860

VOLUME S. WHEELING. V A., MONDAY mSkNING, AUGUST fi is an NUMBER 296. I'MAir.lt AMI I'UlSLlSlltil) J|y OAMFBELL & M'DERMOT, [\TKI.Mf;K-?CEK Brsiaixcs, V. A*, rimer nf Qniney and JJain-Sts. TERMS: I? ;'r.(by mail, payable In advance. V $5.00 f,v r!je Week 10 Tri-Woekl.V.(p?r year, payable In advance.) 3,00 ?jj?jltlvertisu!5<l?in? on reasonable terms. All a.!verti??'nf nts from a distance, orfroxn transient cfi v customers, must be paid in odvanco. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. i;;na insurance Co. of Wheeling, 0~? oitJ't Savings JJjui: nf Wheeling, So 02 Main St. r[r VBOVK named COMPANY, having been HIv nr^nntecil. is ???>" prrpmvd to take risks lo?c*t cun?:?e?t rate*. o-: KuiHin;;*. Machinery, r jijul st-ick* nf ^I?Tcii:tn<lise, an?l apaiR.?t r.j-Ytijrc. attending the tr ?n<p u tation of Merclian 1;' Itirer-. S."iv L<ik;?, Canah timl Kailroailt. " 'Tj^ji .ns f ir T1.-1ur1r.re will lie promptly at , ? 111 t.?I?v the Pn^i'lent nn.l Secretary. "riit.p4tr?iwse??f the public 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. — 6 August 1860

atlg ?utelli %tnt tx CAMPBELL & K'DEBIOT, editors m pmo?nrroiiE. T WHS i?DiSJ. ddim*d sb city, per *eek. 10 ctsit* Bffli, bj nuuLin adtaac* S?,M> Tu-Vmii, tij bjlIL is Mdrauce. S.C* Wnnx,kr fnail, istdrxoce LOb WHEEJLIXO: Monday Morning. Aug. 6,1S60. Giut things, great' sMtciws, -g**-'* cheers and jrreat limes an to come off to night at the Aibensaic. Semember that fact all through the day, fellow-citizens.? The welkin will be made Tocal and cbora! with hallelajahs for the Little Giant. Or atory will Sow like water, and hiuicifmg and witticisms of the bcrt and funniest kind, will drip from tbe months of the speakers like tbe oil from Aaron's beard. Beal jam up things wall be even commoner than blackberries hare lately been in Mar ket Square. Tbe jokes of Donnelly and of poor old Cunningham, and of the ever radiant and never to V.e forjjotien Tozer. ?will al! ajipear tr.ro e to the old frequenters of tbe drama, in comparison with tbe slashings and cutting which tbe Breckin rid...

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 August 1860

jlailn SfntMUgrnrfr tt? Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-ffio Monday Morning, Aug- 6,1860. j, ^"Kaisixu op a Lincoln' and li a mi. in \\'c announced oil Saturday niorn inT thata Lincoln and Hamlin pole would l,J~rtlUed near the La Belle Rolling Mill?, that evening at 5 o'clock. At that hour ?> iar^e > row?l collected, and everything lor raising the pole being in trim, it was hoisted with a rapidity and enthusiasm that never was distanced in these parts. The pule stands 112 feet from thegrouiul, Rnd from it- top there swells to the breeze a beautiful pennon and a streamer bearing tlic honored names cf l.iucoln and Hum lie. A temporary flag of the stars and <tripe; wits ran up. which, in n few ,1ns. will give place to a newer and much larger one of the same kind. Ge nv.cn three and four hundred people were present. Among them we discov ered. pretty heartily at the ropes, some person-; whom we had heretofore supposed Mongcd to the other parties, but wiio, ...

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