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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 24 March 1866

VOL. XIV. WHEELING, WEST VA.. SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 24, 1866.-- WITH SUPPLEMENT. NO. 179. Our National Troubles. A SPEECH FOR THE TIMES. The Duties of the Hour. The Status of Political Parties The Democratic Party Before the War, During the War, and Since the War. Deeply Important Facta and Ar guments for the People. A Plain and Statesmanlike View I of the Situation. flneeclt of the Hon. John Hbermiu., of Ohio, to the People of Connecticut, I .out fiat unlay. From the Next' York Times. The Union men of Bridgeport, Conn., held one of t he largest and most enthu siastic meetings of* the present pain on Saturday evening, at t?rniiKitn llail, in that city. ?rig. Gen. \\ m. II. Noble wan called upon to preside. Hit Chairman opened the meeting by ? stir ring address, in which lie reminded his fellow-citizens that the soldier had done his part on the battle-field in the work i of saving the nation, and that it now | remained for them to do their duty at, the polls. At the conclusion or h...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 24 March 1866

^ ciiFBBM, ?B1SW ? V.W.; editor* 1;n, ^tmxwto**^ ,-j C. MAKCU ,?? Spwli IJLecb delivered by Hon. John Sherman, rrfted States Ohio, before the people <?r OmnWfcBt, U*s*ard?y?>l*b:- It worthy of ? dnige.ap?^ trome?^ Union m?n. and when read aboold be pMsedorertohta neighbors with a re UOO* to each one to keep the paper <ar ""extra copies of the speech can be had ,t our counting room Una morning. ? ll> *lr" ??"*"*"wtiMewe laid before??* u, re-onue Wesivlrjp?a propcMillw VlrsinU. terest. In connection witn """ ?> ?Jliet IM 'VytT.^nt of tS- ?*> fltate. and k>?^;S5S?u? ??~ of the rc-unkJOCrt xoc t|jeT ^ cwofideoUy ? w,< ??2S3S5Sfi???* *-t vi.rSjS?5E ?2&*<*cof ,t,??io( a i J laxity ?? 'SS^I# vWiiai* u> it- *oocnX Jo- , V ifUnt*. ?P?S. ."jS.iSKfcfi of the iSateof: <SssSfi&5^?,??st; ?urtnt*nneal of w ????.?Meet. toowew. I ^?^S^S2S!S?t ^ ???* Oen?- . nl Aj^ruUiy- 1|b| n1T b*-rfct<y an- ; o auw*. ?? "rr*":r_;rr.i ; in torfr t^^iSrient b ZtttS&'&a...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 24 March 1866

ffjttrrrttnnt gailorinfl. A. J. AD AMR. WM. M. DITTMAB A. M. ADAMS & CO. FASHIOMABLE Merchant Tailors, AMD DKALEKS IN GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHER GOODS,! No. SO Water Nirwl, WHEELING, W. VA WE HAVE JrfiT REOKrVED AJJT) ARF receiving one of llie finest, cheapest and beat selected stocks of Fall & Winter Goods ever brought to this market, at Gox.i> Pricwj Helected expressly for CUSTOM WORK, consisting of French, German and Domestl< Cloths, or all grades and colors, French, Eng lish and American CasslmereH, silk, fashm??rf and Marseilles Vest I nun, White,Fancy, Linen, Traveling and Flannel Shirts, Under-Shlrtf and Dmwem, Scarffc, Ties, Suspenders, Hand* kerchlefk. Socks, Gloves flanntlets and Col lars, Traveling Bags and Valises, Ac., <fcc Our department of FURNISHING GOODS Is rlcnly assorted. Being exclusively In the Clot ig business we can furnish the above to better advantage to dealers and on better terms than can be had elsewhere have the most complete stock and larg* ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 24 March 1866

8ATUBP1Y W:?Kl?yo, MABCH >1, Country Seat For Sale. mHAT VERY DESIRABLE COUNTRY I residence at Lratberwood, 2* mUn out gijffesaa zji aoof or toe court iioo.se, in this antl fashionable residence, on tStTnorth-west comer or 4tlf and Monroe streetsotrned by Henry Moore, Eiso. and at present occupied by Dr. Bosliflefcl/^ THOiOBRlKN, m*r5-Ul Real Estate Agent. fl*1??nORB??' AMERICAN GIFT DIHTRI L _ button will not oome off at ML Pleasant <8sfiS* %1888- io?55r?i22!5Sr. PfeaaeaendnoordeTK for ticketa. mrJO-dAw E. H. Ji AKIIIH A BICOm. , Police Coujit.?In the police court yesterday two cases were disposed of. A notorious case of a woman?too well known now to the public?was lined $20 and costs, for lewdness. She of course iailed to pay, and was sent ?P' t . a Some man for fast driving, through the street was fined $5 and costs, which be paid. Sermon to Yodvci Men.-1The Ho v. D. W. Fisher will proach another of tlie series of sermons to young inen at the First Presbyterian Church to-mo...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 26 March 1866

VOL. XIV. WHEELING, WEST VA, MONDAY MORNING, MABCH 26, 1866. NO. 80. gusinrsSjEarfl!^ A. O INOKItTKK. DENTIST, ABB-nOBOnSO^. ROBEBTftO* A 1.1 ?**""?? ? SURGEON DENTISTS, dec? ?? WHOLESALE GROCERS,, Produce & Commission Merchants, I DUVALIi & IGLEHAHT, WIIOIiWAI.K (iROt'EHN AND Produce Commission Merchnnts, Ko. GO SOUTH STREET, .. Tv^iTT I BALTIMORE. H. DUVALL. f novlfWira? G. L. lOLEHART. f ' ? ISAAC HOGB, Attorney at Law and Land Agent; onicc ov?iheankorWbM"?lt- ! ITT-Il.T. PRACTICE IN THIS AND AD- ; s;vstvir. glnla forsale. jov^Himo. ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL. CUMBERLAND, Md. a TTT\f AV ........ Proprietor. rpiirrc HOTRIi'lS IjOCATKU KEAR THE T Railroad D?-j>ot and In the centre of the ba^^Zn?i ?'".n attendant all trains. w-p/7-om_ PAXTON & OGLEBAY, (Successors to Paxton.Donlon A Oglebaj,) WHOLESALE GROCERS, Produce dt C'onimliwlon Merchants, Nos. 62 and 51 Main St., declS WHKKi,tyo. ^r- Va CIIAH. II. BE11IIY, Xoh. lAAlO "Water St., Manufacturer and Dealer in Manilla, Hemp...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 26 March 1866

mmmwm VOL. XIV. WHEELING. WEST VA.. MONDAY MORNING, MABCH 26, 1866. NO. 80. Carfl^ C. A. WIXOERTEK, DENTIST, Ko, 63 Kaikcf Slml, mrlfl ly WltKKI.lNli. 'V- VA ABB. KOBEKTSOX, Jt. D. T. I.ITMFORD, A. Jf. 1IOBEKTSOI 4 U .WI?I"?. SURGEON DENTISTS, Ko. H3 JInrkrt deei9 wnT:i-i.rN-o. w. va II. OiAXOI.E. J AS. DA 1**1.1. X. OiANOLE. au.wif; WHOLESALE GROCERS, Produce & Commission Merchants, JS'o. HH ft 40 Jfonroed; 121 Market HL, HJ)t2 WHEELING. W. VA. DITVAIili & IGLEHART, HIIOI.KfJ.lLK GROCERS AND Produce Coniml**lon Morrhnnlw, No. tti SOUTH STREET, II. Duvall. I BALTIMORE G. L Ioi.hicart. 1 novl3-f>m? ISAAC HOGB, Attorney at Law and Land Agent. Oflier ovrr llio Rank of Wlnrliiip. WILL PRACTICE IN THIS AND AD ioining Counties*. I mr&ome choice tracts of laud n W est Mr glnia for-nale. joviS-gnio. ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL. Cl'XBEKLAXD, Jlrt. 3. LCJfAN, .........Proprietor. This hotbi. is i.ooatei? near the Hailron'l Depbt and In Ilie cenlre of tho bus! new portion or the city. Ac...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 26 March 1866

EJb2?M%mra~ CAMPBELL, FBEW & CO. KDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. M03fPAY"jibK3fl3IC, MARCH 2S. Wanlrd~*A Sew Rnrty (or m Sexton.) Xbo Richmond Whig is suffering great!j on account of its anxiety to have a new party started in this conn try. Says the Whig in one of its latest discussions of tiais topic: "All the party names and organizations will have to beaiNuidoned. Not a single one will Kufflce as a nucleus on which to form the new party. They ore alike corrupt, sel lUh anil effete. The individuals comparing them hate one another. They will never a^ree to aet together. This would Involve a humiliating surrender that none are wlllnlg to make. Until Uie names of Democrat, Whig, lie publican. Radical, Copperhead and what not are sacrificed, there can he no accord bo tween the people that constituted these or gauizaUons. Each of these names Is hateful toall butrthocecalled by it; for,ln politics at lea^t, ** names are things." A fresh start must be made under a new name. Nor must this ne...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 26 March 1866

$Uttbant tailoring A. *. *D*m w*. X. DITTXAB A. M. ADAMS & GO. Merchant Tailors, Aim DXALXRS HV GEKTLEMEN'S FUMSHING GOODS, H*. 36 Water Street, WHEELING, W. VA. TITE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND ARF YV receiving one of the finest, cheapest and best selected stocks of Pall & Winter Goods ever brought to this market, at Gold Pricks ?elected expressly for CUSTOM WORK, consisting of French, German and Domestta Cloths, or all grades and colors, French, Kiik llsh and American OuRlmeres, silk. Cashmere and Maiwelllw Vestlngs, White, Fancy, Linen, Traveling and Flannel Shirts, Under-Shlrts and Drawers, Scarfr. Ties, Bnspenders, Hand kerchiefs, Socks, Gloves, Gauntlets and Col lars, Traveling Bags and Valises, *&, dkc Oni^ department or FURNISHING GOODS la richly assorted. Being exclusively In the Clothing bnsineas we can ftamtsh the above to better advantage to dealers and on better terms than can be had elsewhere We have the most complete stock and larg est assortment of goods of an...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 26 March 1866

Li(T citt reridekce roK BR Si'Si Monroe streets,BBq., aad ?t present occupied^-nr. ??*$*$? mtrt-td Kpftl Estate Agent. T?s5swsssss^?i,?^s: SaS ?sSffflfsssaKffi'ssSs: 8i^J>Sw K. H. HAKRia A BROS. ?***?? '"o r .. .. hsrdt, as wo have said, wss a native 01 Ohio, his parents now living in Louis ville, Monroe conrity, of that Stale. He learned his trade?tliut or Intoning? In this city, where he has . lived for some fifteen years, except when about four years in the army as a member 'of Capt. Rowand'S company K, 1st West Virginia Cavulrv.? Sinoe his muster out of service in J tily last the' deceased has been boarding at the hotel named, and working at his trade in this city. On the morping of his rash aot he atp his breakfast as usual, and nothing strange was ob served In his conduct. He left the house and was next heard of and seen by au acquaintance- at the Second Ward market house about eight o'clock .a. in., when he seemed to be sober and rational. Between eight and nine o'clock be...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 27 March 1866

VOL. XIV. WHEELING. WEST VA.. TUESDAY MORNING, MABCH 27, 1866. NO. 80. xiiin"d SEY' S "mm, BLOOD SEARCHER .V'TAAV.HA-M AXD Medical Discovery, -w. ;,::r r^<?theegn?pfr yf. ... DiHMN Aitalat IMn an tapare State or tbe Blood. rnHK QUESTION PARAMOUNT TO aU, X others la. How can lieallli be restored if peasant, with toll for his dally portion, poft WMted with brawny arm and PURE BUOYANT BLOOD. -.'?????! ;???:? iiiX V ' gushing through every vein; U blessed, in No one con enjoy perfect health whilst the circulation Is Impeded and tbe blood thick with impurities. To remove these. Is not only the aim of lilNBSEY'8 Improved Blood Searcher H KJ>I C A.L BjISCOT**!, but wh^Li&rafo/tp^gjgp-rrao. Th?"tta a complete SUCCESS In the curlngof BLOOD DISEASES, numerous oertlflcaUs fnlly attest. We recommend It wltb confidence. H. E. 8EH.EIIS <fe CO., * f. solk Proprietors, Corner of "Wood and Second Streets, PITTSBURGH. JOHNSON'S rheumatic compouivd. No Medicine for tbe cure of Rheumatism ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 27 March 1866

EDITORS and proprietors- < yABCggr taicbb K- Hawiss, of thlB city, oWcf rferk in the office of Adjutant General Felrpolnt, who accompan <ri QBittermWwfw)nen'1 l'.rownin a vlsltl t^Krn?SSuSty to pay off a regiment on mllltla thero, has returned (In advance of Col. Bipwn) and states somo inter-1 rating facta connected with thoil visit. The party ascended tho Sandy river as far as Cns?viUe, opposite |Wta?jKyg some 30 miles from tho mouth, tbriough what lias long bqen considered a most lawless region. At Cassvlllo they met the men, who had done most valunblo service In fighting U.o bushwhaokers all through the rebellion, and paid off their dues appropriated by the last Legislature, amounting to Borne ?80,000. Although accompanied by a strong guard the party found such a rough class of people along tho river that they aid not tol spsy tin >e money was paid'out, and far from sfceuro oven then. \s a yart or his observations and ac quis Information, Mr. Hanes says ?he ??conservativ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 27 March 1866

fflrrrtottt gatlortng. A. J. ADAMS. WM. *. D1TTHAR A. m. ADAMS & CO. FASHIOITABL1 Merchant Tailors, AHB DKAT.1CRS III - . XittSl GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, R*. 36 Water Street, WHEELING, W. VA. best selected stocks of Fall & Winter Goods | ever bronghl to thlsnuike^fttGoiD PrtCks selected expressly for CUSTOM WORK, consisting of French, I SS?stssscd & department of furnishing goods mmrtn? I better advantage to dealers and on better terms than can be bad elsewnere We have the most complete stock and lanj est assortment of goods of any bouse In our line In tbe city. 1 We are selling goods lower than any othe house In the city, ns we bought our good when gold was at the lowest. Wehavea large stoat of Ready Made Clothing! and we are selling these goods as low as any otherhouaeIntfie trade, without any excep-1 tion. Our connections with tbe "East are . we are able to offer SUPERIOR INDUCE- I MEN1S to parties In need of goods In our line We shall spare no pains to maintain ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 27 March 1866

TFESnAY WOBWIWO. mabch ay. Country Seat For Sale. ras^^iisBsHaam of the city of W'hoc ling, oootalntcg flVe arm) of ground, laid off with shrubbery, small fruit ami shade tree*..owned and lately occu ril.KWANT CITY RESIDENCE FOR JV *^. .y not ipld'at pilyata sule belbre Sanmiay April 7U? I will on that day, atteu <>>1ock, a. m sell at public aucUon at the front door of the Court House, In this Monroe streets, owned by Henry Moore. Esq!, and at prtwent occupied by Dr. Bush field. THOS.O'BRIEN, mar5-td Real Estate Agent. Returned.?Adjutant General Peir point bus returned to the city from his official visit to the Kahawha. He re Sorts "all quiet" In the section of the tate which he has just visited. Titk Weather.?Yesterday was a very cold day for even March. All day long the au? straggled like a man to do lis part, but a most signal failure was the result. Those who laid away their winter wrappings had to reproduce thein. . Attempt at House Breaking On Sunday night some person...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 March 1866

VOL. XIV. WHEELING, WEST VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1866. -WITH SUPPLEMENT. NO. 82. $lrdiral. LIjSTDSEY'S IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER AND Medical Discovery, For the cure of I>f?enft<>? ArlMlns from an Impure Suit*' of llic Iilood. rnHE question paramount to xtIl J other-- Is How win health tie restored if lost? Ami how preserved in u pc-rfect suite? The possessor of untold wealth, without i health, is a miserable man; hut the poorest, | peasant, with toil for. his daily portion, pos sessed with brawny arm and PURE BUOYANT BLOOD. gushing through every vein, is blessed, In deed. No one am enjoy perfect health whilst the j circulation Ls impeded and the blood thick | with Impurftie-'. To remove the.se is not only the aim of | T^INDSEY'S Improved Blood Searcher AND j M K 1) I (' A 1) DISCOVERY, but when renovated to kkki* it .so. That it is 11 COMPLETE SL'CCKSS ill the Curing Of liLOOD DisftA.-sES, numenais certificates full}* attest. We recommend it wit it coutldence. It. E...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 March 1866

CAMPBELL, FBEW & CO. KDITOKS AND PROPRIETORS. Vi:?XKS?AY MOK.VIXG. MAKdl 28. Tlie Rr^lNlrntion in Ohio Count}-. We call attention to the proceedings ; ?f the county Board of Registration ot j )h!o county, and their notice to the' mblic, which appear in this morning's upplertieht. appointment or Attorney ttencral. ; Governor Boremnn yesterday ap- , pointed Edwin Maxwell, Esq., of Jlilrksburg, -Attornfey General, to fill j he vacancy existing in that office. Mr. Maxwell has been in the State ; tannic since the organization of the: State, and most if not all the time chair- i uan of its moJit important (the Judici- : iry) committee. lie is therefore so well j Liiown to the people of the State that j 10 needs no introduction at our hands, j le is a good lawyer, thoroughly loyal, | >f irreproachable character in private j ife, deservedly popular and merits a - ecognition of his important but unos- j cntatious labors in shaping the legis Htion of tl. State during the past three rea...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 March 1866

$?mUant Sailorittfl. WM. SC. DITTXAK A. M. ADAMS & CO. FASHIONABLE Merchant Tailors, A27D DKALKKH XI* GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, No. SB Wnlcr NtrMl, WHEELING, TV. TA, WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND ARB recei vine one of the finest, cheapest ami lx#t selected stocks of Fall & Winter Goods ever brought to this market, at Gold Pricks . selected expresHly for CUSTOM WOKIt, consisting of French, German and Domestic Cloths, or all grades and colors-French, Enp i and American OaNslmere#*, 811k, Cashmere I >r TIT C.^lli.rn: f-ll HIT. I.tllOfl. llsh and Ainencani,wsiniereK,r>iiHlvi?iiu?.v , and Marseilles Vestlngs, White,Fancy, Linen, J Traveling'and Flannel Shirts, Under-Shlrts and Drawers, Scarfr, Ties, Snspenders, Hand kerchiefs, Socks, Gloves, Gauntlets and Col lars, Traveling Bags and Valises, Ac., ?tc Our*, department of FURNISHING GOODS lsrlcnly assorted. Being exclusively in the Clothing hnsJnes? wo can furnish the above to better advantage to dealers and on better terms ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 March 1866

w ?VEitxKND.tr Mnuini, juicii as. Country Seat For Sale. tr?F*'ownetI and lately occu pied by Mr. Wm.Tallant. If not sold tieforo i Saturday, April 7th. It will-on that day bo of fered at publlcoucUou at Uui rhmtdoar of the I Caurt House In this city. 'Jejvns easv An 6^DDsON^ifciiiu?1*!^E:>/?fal l'slale Auent,or lJJDSOSi A. BBO., i?o. 11 Main btxeet. Wheel lg*;..Vr' ? ? niaiU-td F1: u wT <,'TY *knii??:nck for Kon.wi - / -?l **>ld at private sale before Batuixlay April 7th I will on that day. An ,oc,"c?-a- m-? 80,1 nt public auction at tueTronLdoor of the Court House, in this city; the cic?ant and fashionable residence, situated ontiie nortli-wmt corner of 4th and Monroe streyta, owned by Henry>Ioore, Ehq.. and at jire^e&t occupied by Dr. Biuduloid. ? _ THO.S. O'BKIEN, mnr>-td Heal Kstate Agent. Firemen's Reception Ball. THK U.VITET) FIKE OOMPANY'WII.l. given I Mill ill UNION HAI.L.mi H ede*. ?V Ei?>lnr. A|>rlt llli. I rki:!H may be procured train the Mutagen...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 March 1866

SUPPLEMENT TO INTELLIGENCER. WHEELING, WEST VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1866. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY, by mail, one year, .. S7 50 nix months, 4 UO three months, 2 25 one month, 75 by City Carriers, per week 15 TRI-WEKKLY, one year, 5 00 ... six montiis, .. 2 50 three months, .. 1 50 WEEKLY, one year, 2 00 six months 1 00 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square, one lime, (10 lines or less to con-1 stitnte a square,) SI 00 1 each additional time, P0 one week, 3 00 two weeks, 5 00 i month, 8 00 Nome l*oiut.s IVorllij- of Attention. Tho liitchio county Press, (:i paper by tho way, that is doing good service to the Union cause,) has some remarks in tho course of a recent article that are not only forcible and suggestive in their general bearing but are especially pointed and relevant in view of the issue that has been presented to the people of West Virginia, in tho shape of the registry law and the constitu tional amendment. "We contend," says tho Press, "that the loyal people who organiz...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 28 March 1866

Mr. Seward's Official Account of the Hampton Boads Ne gotiations. The Bebels propose an Armistice at Home and a War Abroad. Mr. Lincoln Insists on Surrender and Emancipation. Department of State, 1 WAsmNQTON, Feb. 7, 18G5. J MR. 8EWAIU) TO MR. ADAM.S. Sir* It is a truism that in times of citizen!, who impatiently ' j?nco ttBUatore, 1" ^"uo.Klou.i'.ert of ingtbo advantages which Ajere ur K to ileal conlldontinlly, aro k"u,w''f, if .i(imu"h they have not |iu'j niTon hUer<.;?na wT,icU doubt ' of ilaryiund, oXt,lined from the 1 r?? - , JgOVNii Lv.ivU hntl ?,?.?;.??;? 'jJl'I'r smbom "ii^ view to a restoration of peace President tbereupon, oil the 18IU cii liimwrv. addressed a note to Mr. Blair, in which the President, after ackiiowl ?lBVs,,'\<Vt^arit nXafw^ Jtfould be willing to'receive any pgent ?? J*rv- lWis or any other influential us m mm?m vero advised from tlio camp of filout. gT u'm. T." HnntTr and Jo'h?PA. sd?M8* ggf tho Lientennnt-Genernl to come to his hendquartCrs. to aw...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 29 March 1866

VOL. XIV. WEST YA./ THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1866 NO. 83. ?8lcdtrnl. MiSTDSEY'S IMPROVED BLOOD SEARCHER AND Medical Discovery, For the cure of DLenie* Arlslnic from ?n Impure HtHte of [the Blood. ri rnllE QUESTION' PARAMOUNT TO ALL I others Is, How.cau health he restored^ if l,*i? A nd how preserved in a perfect staitf The nf>ssc*or of untold wotltb. without health, is a mfceralile man; but the poorest iteasaut, with toll for his il?illy i>ortiou, i>os M-sned with brawny arm and PURE BUOYANT BLOOD. gUHhlng through every vein, is blessed, in No one can enjoy perfect health whilstthe circulation is iuipvued and the blood tliick with iinpuritio-. . ... , To remove these is not only the alin of L.IND8EVS Improved Blood Searclier AND \ H C I> I C A Ij BISCOTKRT, bnt when renovated |o KEEI' IT SO. Tliytltta a COMPLETE SUCCKiS in the ruling or IIIAHJD DISEASES, nunnrous certificates fully attest. We recommend it with confidence. It. J3. HKLLEltH -St CO., HOLS Proprietors, Co...

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