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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 6 August 1860

Vritten tjr tbe Inullijeowi. AGATHA. Ibe night cotoes ?3f?wly on. Aad. wberea-jovoear?iuoe tJif Sue Hid light the peaceful tduta. Nor ouljr am* be eeen Tl^bdlliaat di?i ami U?nt<v<i- =u-ce^ Of co'wnd harmonies. Uk evening air ?* M! (If nil tlkOM ?r?odroa> tow- that tail B* weary tnmWV, mi: And in each trenMin; rtar .55*?et# reflect**! frvm aiar .Her fatare. b*e**?d goal, And bow. with xeothcxz nizh;. Tbw* Imm? upon h-r dreacir A world of hopes loagr ota?i; Sm- t*ke? tbee: to h? 'ur?ut A*A wftlvk1i? h*r**li to nr. Before ti?y ?liar? fiod. ? -Oh! Fatter! God!** *b* crie-. How meet !ii? sight"* d?r yvmpathier -HtwrttrtW ordarf Hear: - 1 ciiat to fiiff: again! And ttit' err life- b* with pus 2 wfl] wk from him pa^ " jKOtie heart* of okL That now are teniae etil! ?od cold. Wjtiiiii rcor tliesi ^rarns; Come- had. u> her ajcaic And with T?or blesaer4. hand* restrain Tbe*?c dark sou tLonjfa:-Ums . Whxsusg. AujroR. 1880. jok!c u. n Case Frames, Square and OvaL PICTTTRES, PICTTTEE...

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. — 7 August 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA? TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1860. ??? ' i NUMBER 297. ,.j;l.\TKD AND lUIiLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT iSTEI.UGBXCBU BLILDMU8, v /;mrnrr of Quincy and Alain-Sit. TERMS: p.Rr,<by m^il. pivnble in advance,). $5,00 r.v :lie Vsek ? Tri-Weekly, (per year, pa.vs.blc in advance,) ? 2,00 gg- Advertising dune on reasonable terms. 4U advertisements from a dlstanco, or from transient c|l*r cuitomsts, must be paid in advance. insttr an c e . INSURANCE. iltna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, nvn atlU Sarfngi Ihrnl- of nhtrliug, Xo 63 Main St. THE 4BOW. KAMHD COMPANY. lliTing b?en fnllr organized. in now prepared to take risks l?,.l cott.-?i?ent rate--, on Building*. Machinery, l imrt. and Stocks of Merchandise, and against attending the transportation of Merchan- I i *mRlvere. fe? Lnkol Canal" nn.l Railroads. ) 4-ifc-.ti-n? f->r Insurance will be promptly at , ? j-'it .l.v the President and Secretsry. rl,. patronajeeof tb. public is retpectomy solicited, j ?? r liiLnnr...

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. — 7 August 1860

CAKPS?LL * M'BIEHOT, TKEUE?I>AX?T. delhm?d hi city, per week. 10 ceiitM WHEEI.IX^t Tnmriny Hmning. August 7, 1860. ?>'jtxx we -open on: uui i>e? EugU.ud exchanges eveij day, and sec ibc toasts, the anitiOTM -nod .rrceptiuut which are tendered to Mr. Dongtas, we are Bur tirised. Accustomed as we are here iu "Westcru Virginia, -as indead io all ibis section of country. to see party linee rig orously drawn in nearly ali demonstra tions in -which a politician figures, it seems like a novel thing that sc virulent and complete a politician be 3Ir. Douglas has been, should he so set up and made oyer as be is in Sew England, in 'the very quarter of all quarter? where vs-e should least look for welcomes to him. In every town through which he passes. or in which be stops for a day or two, he get* the same kind of treatment, So fur at we can discern, it makes no difference whether there is only oue or one thousand democrats iu the place. There if no luck of demonstration or courtesies...

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. — 7 August 1860

I . ?r: T --- ^ Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "E# Toesday Morning, Angr- 7.1860. ^A. P- Woods, Esq.. was yesterday tlect-.'d by the County Court as its presid ing Justice, nr. Baird wa9 appointed phy ?ician to the Jail. Gac-ir Eastebn.?We have re ' ,-eived from Mr. A. C. Partridge, a Photo i.ilhoempti of the Great. Eastern, taken at iicr pier, by A. A. Turner, ilr. Partridge !,.hs the pictures for sale. j^-IliGU'VAi Koubeby.?Early ou Sun ,j.lT usorniug a man named Julius, a cili /ej, 0f Ritchietovrn, wa? passing through ? "er.tre Wheeling, when lie tvas approached l,v several nien who asked him what time ;? irii. He pulled out his watch when ,ueof the uieu snatched it and ran away, allowed by the rest. Julius notified the police and the watch was returned. fcjf- .Ysotukb OiJirutxE Accident.? Ou Saturday night last a little son of Mrs. iJaither, ot the Second \\ ard, was lighting a rampheue lamp, when an explosion took place, setting the bo\'-- clothes on fi.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. — 7 August 1860

idly at h* 33?r nt&i itU*Ain# <1* outuiow, iky. While e\wrpo?iit,ti;:tl?* giatirblocroaiu. jfcli aw^.WTiwi:. JfaHB ifi ftrtir main- and -aunliftii? vt: tlrtr ealie fi?r light waver iauffhiuy-roui?d-1tiett; afetbfw pa* Star speed their while wra^tpwet; i?fim 1iieKfll? * y?r.tt- afevr ^MtMd toihr uaxromr Iflwl e OUli inwUdk ?ha! umuie ajsatnr tbeslwiit eho* drifts ?e?-werc<huieiuru ite?hW. ffiftpitillp nnr. Ufi* for ar faonr atmoUtmnnc a^litz T>*rmr **? iit ctw <r. tu?-?B Ev? wlid gnli. timmgfc-tbr cain. aari ?rifc ? Goe* ?w?pinp^?f' Aettonawl porvoK-aixi titt trholMonie Mk Tin bcinrtii tim ?n*w.nu tntiratrrajrth fioape tortiie pmwiswUBir. uc: Am: io' aiknjftl) 1 feel tier freehewof tiy ri?ii*6e?W. Th? kmp mtr rolieti: nctraru .n??; iwn. Tht>*oehor wm, toenimiw u> thvasU, Tu-.pati if cteir: Frames, Sgnaro and Ovai. PICTffKBS, yxui'd it-rrfS . jcxuxii-tLEB BOOKS! BOOKIE BTATIOTTEBY! ARTE TIBS! HO?I?Er, i? Gentlemen'6 "Furnishing Goods! 1 IA. Ol" WH10U J W1X.L -SKL...

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. — 8 August 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNfNG. AUGUST 8 1860 NUMBER -29S. WMXTiiD ,?.ni?'i'J>i:lisuk? j;v CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, l\TF.Lf.ICESCKH BUILDIM.!), .V. /???? >"r r.f Quii*ry a,It! M.ltnStI. T K li M tS : jl ilv.i :.y imil. j.nvaMo i" ailyancc,;.,. $5,00 r.i '1** ^ 10 IV.i kljr, ipor year, pay?M<- i 11 ml ranee,) 3,00 ,fAiiverti^iug .lone on reasonable lerniti. Ail iflrertfceuieiiM froin a distance. orfruin transient ,ltj co^onieM. nm?t be paid in adranro. riaam.<?ii MB<MPEMBKaKi?aaBBagwi ? j i f C*yHgpmggt? INSURANCE. INSURANCE. ?tna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, OjJicc ut the 'Savings,t/kfwP nf Wheel? 1/7, So U3'2Unin St. Tllf! AUOVKi NAMED r^Mi'ANT; havingbeen fullv .>nr?nl/ed. is now prepared to take rinks liiiv.-st con>i-rc*ut rate-;- r.?, P.uildings; Machinery, furniture, ami St'K'k- <_>f Mcnliiiinlisf. ami against all dim^r* attending flu* transportation of Merchan dise ??:? ftiver.-i. S-*a.a L-.k\<*.tn a??l Ratiron?h?. AppKcatsoM far IiHiir.iiico...

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. — 8 August 1860

flAilf mm SJttTOBJ? Aifl> f8(IPfilKTOS8. ddheml tutiV)-. per w?ek,.lfi wau Uaji.7, PrmaSU in *dr* iicc ?*&.<*> tJU'WiOIT, br xaftU. iniuhaiiotv- uW Wrnil, by mill, in Kid taoot^ ... XfiO VV H k 3i I. J N~0 : Wednesday Morning. .Ang B. 1860. The lioaglas men of this counts nwkt tbe ism* direct with iir. Ku&seH. They enilorK bis callesgiir. W. G. Brown, but .are as dumb its dummies about him. You see they're mad. Tbe Breekinridgers have received an awful knock on tbe bead in the loss of Kentucky, if it be true, as the telegraph indicates, that they have lost, tbe State, and by a large majority, too. Lincoln ju?p Hell seem to be running about neck and neck bcre in Wheeling, judging lrom the -way tbe medals go off. T. B. Logan 4 Go. have sold about two hundred of each. The Breckinridge med als are quoted doll -and scarcely saleable. l>ouglas is in tolerable request, but no supply. T?p Republican? of Hancock are going to have i grand rally nest Tuesday. ?t Sew Manches...

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. — 8 August 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. ftfednes;a/ Morning, Aug 8,1860. Sonaows OF Flaciieh.?Air. Vniouitts Flnchcr, originally from the imited Rhine, fcut who now lives on :inC street, East heeling, was once a ridower with Ihree children. Not long go he took 10 ?'ife a buxom Irish widow, ad the two started n matrimonial purt ership ia the locality named. The Celtic nd the Teutonic elements couldn't unite, fiie house was manisfeitly divided against tsi-lf. Autouius aud the widow qiiarrel J and fought, and the children of both I Louses followed the example; those of the ! house "f Aiitouius generally coming out Etrcoud best. Ar.tonius' sorrow was great. ?lcl, contention ia the family made his life lf? earing for. Night before hist, in a at of desperation, he set upon his wife :ILd beat her upon the face and eyes and : tit top o! her head. lie was arrested by ; .dcer Pender ami brought down to the ? I ,iUe of Aid. Wright, where he was fined i a dollars and costs A Germa...

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. — 8 August 1860

IJaittr IfutcUigcnccr. A SEETCJlITO THE LIPuI BV XISS MCLOC1I A girl who has so many wilful ways. She would have canned jalieuce to &>r?ak? hltn. Yet is so rich io ail that's girlhood7* prai*eT Did Job himself upon her goolness gaze. A little better zh? wuld surely make him. Yet is this girl I sing in oiught uncommju. And very "far from angel vet I trow; Her fkalts, her feweetoes*. tuey are purely human, let she's more loTesbl? mi simple womaa. Than any one rtiviner that 1 know. And so 1 wish tliat she may safely keep Thie womonhttod. and change uot. only grow; - From maid to matron, voath t > a*e. may creep. And iu perennial l>!ea*edfte*c still reap On every hand of that which whe doth sow. PARODY. John Alcohol my Joe, John. When flnsf wc were acquaint, I had money in my pocket, John. ? But now. yon kuow. I hain't! I've spent it *11 in treating yoii, I!r?io>e I brail you so. But mark how yon hare treafed me, John AScohol ray Joe. John Alcohol my Joe. John. We're bee...

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. — 9 August 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.,rrHURSDAY MORNI NG, AUGUST 9, 1860. N fMDEU 2!?). I'ltlNTSB AND I'L'BUSIIK!) lJK CAMFI3ELL feffi'DERMOT, UTKLUSBKCER BCILDIXG9, JV. A". <vr/i?T t.f Quincy and J/uin-SU. TERMS: l?.;!v.(l>y mail,j?ayable In advance,)... $5,00 l;v :!?<- Wi-rlc ? 10 TrbWeekl/. (ih t year,payable in ad vaucc.) 3,00 ?3- Ad'iwtis'ing done on reasonable terms. All juUertiffcuieists from a distance. or from tnuurient city <u>t?.uwrt, must be I Aid in advanco. \ INSURANCE. INSURANCE. I'lna TnsiirhiVce Co. of Wlifceling, 0-fix ut O'f &'vivffs Ilunl- n/ Wheeling, No 5-3 Malik St. THE AB0VK SAMKD C^MP AX Y",l ia v i t > ?b o i- n fo!!r orjpit??7?*d. is now j>re|vMti?l to take rlskn -? i^i inte*. on p.nildln^'Machinery. Furniture. an?I i*'f'*-k? ?f Merchandise, and against " i?in -or?att* Ti'lin? the ti tnspactntum of Merchan \[? hnKiver*. bkKCanals and Railroads. ' 1 f?r In?nrauce will l?e promptly at ?oflSl: ? bv tb?- I?r.-ii,b i.t and tfeernt.tr?.. j * the pnlil...

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. — 9 August 1860

ailjj ? nteUige uttt .CAMPBELL & M'DEEXOT, BDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Dailt, delivered in city, per week. 10 cents Daily, by xnail, iu advance- $5,00 Tw-Wtt*i.T, by mail, in advance,... 3,00 Wkkklt, by mail, In advance, i,oo w^iTeelYng Thursday Morning, Aug. 9, I860. Ok this day week?the 16tli inst.?the two rival wing9 of our ancient Virginia Democracy will meet in their respective Conventions?the Breckinridge men at Charlottesville, in Albemarle county, aud the Douglas men in Staunton, in Augusta county. The object in thus meeting on the same dny, and so near together, would seem to be harmony and a restoration of good feeling and old time co-operation especially su on the part of those of that wing who have chosen the day appointed by the others. This idea is strengthened by the fact that in some counties, as in this one, the joint wings have appointed double headed delegations?and these del egations will be Ctted out much after the ?tyle that the Charleston seccders were...

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. — 9 August 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-?# Thurs5ay Morning, Ang 9, i860. j^-Coi nty Cocjit.?The County Court transacted uo business yesterday of pub lic importance. j^-Tue Bw Suip.?To-daj- is the lust day upon which round trip tickets will be issued over the Haltimore & Ohio Railroad. Those who desire to see the big ship will govern themselves accordingly. I^-Tiie property at present occupied bv Mr. 1'. Del'plain, corner of Fourth and Quinoy streets, sold on .Monday last, under decree of Court, for i>2,C0l). Mr. Jacob Warden was the buyer. gtg-DisTEESSiNO Acchiext.?Miss Mary ? Patterson, on estimable young lady, of Willsviile, Ohio, was thrown from a fright ened horse, near that place a day or two Ugo, find almost instantly killed. jgj^"SEXT lTr.?Jennie Marsh and Ellen Stewart charged with lying aronud luose, with boy's clothing on, were fined yester day, the former ?21, and the latter Sl6.? Of course they couldu't pay and were sent to jail. _ jgy-Csixc cp the ...

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. — 9 August 1860

ailw f ttMUijciVcci'. The Blalden's Soliloquy. Br JESSIE. A maiden Bat in her cozy room. The 7?Hih1bnil carefully dosed: *?1 wonder who loved mo bfitl'' she sighed, . **Of geiitlcuieu whtCve proposed. There's moxet with Johu, and heart with George, While Charlie is full of fun. All! if J could tell who loved me best IftTd be the favorife one. . I like them ali as visit ins friends. But never know which to choose. For fear the tyrant I gave iny heart, Might ever it love to abuse. Ah! who is the one with love so truo . To faithful and tender he? , And whether in"poverty, wealth or strife, ~ To ever he true to mo? Whenever these doubts which rack my brain, Successfully can be riven, T A loVo that is ardepi, wann arid true, To the chosen shall be given. But I wish to weigh the matter well, Kre choosing a man fur life : Ah! who is the man that loves mo best ? And when shalliie call me -wife !' My mother has often prayed a man 'Wi(h honor wtthior bis Jireafit, Should prove the one to offe...

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. — 10 August 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.,FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 10. 1800. NUMBER 300. J Kim:i? .\XD I'Vr.LlSirKD ilY CAMPBELL feTSFDERMOT, ,>Tv.).J.!l5KX< EU IJCII.DIKGS, _V. ; < j Qiii)s-y and J/ain-SU. rV K ill j\T ? : l? ?.(l,y Hi a: I- p:iyal?lc In advance,).. $5.00 j'.*. tit? *V(*ck 30 jr j.WVck'y, vKf .>v?r,|>aval?]e in ad fttucte.}?..... 3,00 4VA(lvei l?5i?ig done on rea?jpnable tenji*. All r.'Ivortiwn^ontE from a crfk .a transient ?it r cu;tomer?. must be paid in advance. IISrSUB AN C E . INSURANCE. Etna Insurance Co, of Wheeling, Q prr c* t.'ic Sjvijjf.'t Ii?n? of lY7ictlivff, ??o ?.** Main SI. rnir: \CQVi: NAMF-I* rv.jpAXY. having been \ f. ;? ? i* ::o\v prepared to thlre risks , .nv> ,t rate*. r j Uinldini:*. Machinery. ?????! .^vh-of v: ?irli.n.ii'o, and :?;r*.iust l\i ,!;? ersntt i-.'linc the r rarity ?rir?t!.m-of Mcrchau % V.RWor*. * !i ?.k'*?.Onn ?N ar.l f?ni!romb?.V i f'? la-ui-Hnec will i?r promptI\vut t . i-; Ui !?*. the Pre i lent and Serret'ry. Xhepltr eu/e 'ti ...

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. — 10 August 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS ASD PROPRIETORS. TJCKMS.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 centa Dailt, by mail, in advance? .$.">.00 Tki-Wetxlt, by audi, in advance- 8,00 . WRttlT,by mill, Inadvanca, ... 1,00 WHEBL.IXO: Friday Morning, Ang. 10,1880. The speech of Lord Pulmirston recora- j mending an immediate armament by Eng- ! land, has naturally created much excite ment in political circles. What gives bis words greater ?weight is the fact that be has been hitherto regarded as one of the most stringent partisans of the alliance between France and England. His sup posed friendship for his royal friend of the i Tuilleries, and his disposition to be sway- ] ed by French threats and French sugges tions, has caused bis downfall once and threatened his power repeatedly. Of all prominent English statesmen be has been ' regarded as the most partial toward bis j rival across the channel. His frequent j and prolonged visits to the palace of St. j Clond, his sojourn during the hunt...

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. — 10 August 1860

jf;ul? Hufcnhjcjuev ,<>_ Largest Circulation of any Paper In Western Virginia. Friday Horning-. Aug. 107l860.~ :s?*.v Hmtsit Doctok Si us A JUS AXD lit.-3 Ciffed Bi- a Magistrate.?William Miller, a horse physician, was en lied up a night or two ago, from his bed at John Liusih'--, to attend a sicfe-sftyrse brought I j n citizen Miller took the horse in charge mid during the Digbt succeeded, we be liev#, ia bringing him back to his usually conad couJition. Yesterday the doctor tn-idc out a !>;?! of tea dollars aud present ed it to the owner of the horse. The owner of the horse wonldu't pay it be c.iu.-e lie thought it to:> much. The doc tor sui'J him aud the case coming- up be fore Aid. Mc(,'ourtn?v, that magistrate rmJrred a judgment of two dollars in ;,iiur of the doctor, one witness testifying ti. it that was about the worth of the dou bling done. The doctor told the magis trate that he wouldn'tgive a -cuss" for such h judgement and proceeded to express a viiy unfavora...

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. — 10 August 1860

Ugcittct. THE OKGAS. Tbea swelled the organ: up tlirou^tfcLoIr ri&v. 'lutr tie in bird win, Ha iiiwani thrill Of bii?* at it= own gr/mfi^nr; w?vv .-u witr In flood of mellow tfauuuer rr>-*. null! Tbe bobbed air unlvereti with tin- trob it ^-.v: Then. poising for u moment. it stood still. A ad sauk Mid jon'- again to tmrst ?c ?pra\ TJittt waoaered iato fiieuce feraeoy. P*ej#er and deeper ?*hudder> shook the air. A." the k-rpt gathering heavily. Like fbmuter viien rim**** in.rr- sa-f". And with it* hoar?cgrovrl ahafce.-' the low-bun;; sky. It iCf-? CP lfk- a dwkucs? everywhere KHingthf rasi catii'-lral:?sntiitnljr ? ami the iltiwj row ;? b >yV treble brol?t Like T'ghfj'tr.g nrit! ?h< l?!l-ron?I choir awoke. Tbrtmch gcrpf..ji; virniuw sboae the ?nr* a4l?it. Brirnxni;?^ zi.r church with gold and p-jrpie mi-*. Me*? Mfrj(?ph?rf-to itcnom iba: rich chant. Where fifty tokv* in one strand did t\ '*l liMfir vari-cohied ton-?- and left n<? v. ant T- the deligiiK-a i--ni whic...

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. — 11 August 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.,SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 18(50. NUMBER 301. 1'itlMMi AM> fU.:;LJSUKD BY c'ATfiPBELL & M'DEROTOT, HTEI.UUESCER liSUDIXCS, y. i:.r-3nrfy of Quirtcy ami Mjin-Sts. X 15 ?. ?I S j r,l)r.(i,r iiv.il. payable In advancr,). $5.00 ]?.. th>- ?'?lt - 10 Tri tV<*k!y. ''P?r ycar.payrble in aiivAucc.) 3,00 g~. AriTertif irnr d'.re ?n reasonable terms. All !vlT*rti*cnirnt*fr*>tn adlrtanoe. orfrom tranmont city customers- must be pniil In advance. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. .Etna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, 0 '<ci ut Vie. S-ivingt Bank of IVficrh'ug, No 6 3 Alalia St. Tnn A no VII XAd!f!I> COMPANY, buving been fii'.lv organize 1. is >??*r prepart.l to tako risk* .? j M -t r.ite*. on Builtling*. Machinery. I Vnrr.'JMre fln-1 >t v-!;? ?>f Mrirh:in-llsc-t ?nt! aealni-t I olj .iinsrraAtlfn linic the tr??ti'jv?rt:i!ion of Merchsui- j j Soa^ I,nfcw. CfcrvtJ* nw\ |{n*!i maris. V f>r Ti;*nmiico *vill bo promptly nt- I iH i ? bv the President an-1 ?ecr...

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. — 11 August 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS A3TD PBOPRI2TOBS. tHKM&-^>iiiTl deliTer*d in cilj. per week, 10 cents Dailt, DuJLIn tdrince, ..ij no ft-^PPT, by mult in ad ranee.-.. a.00 wmiT.by mail, in advance^. 1,(*? WHEELING; Saturday Morning, Ang. 11, 1860. I* no respect is the essential difference between the Republican p*rty, and all the Democratic parties, greater than in that of toleration. Ours is & free country, in theory at last: oar institutions are based on the liberty of speech and of the press. ST"7 American citizen has a constitutional right jo discuss any proper subject of human inquiry, and it is hi# duty to ex amine eveiy oue that affects the political institutions under which he lives. This great right which lies at the foundation of our system of government is fully recog nized in that plan of the country, when the Republican principles prevail: it is in a degree nullified where the Democrats rule. In New England, every State is Republican, yet the largest discussi...

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. — 11 August 1860

iirgest Circulation of any Paper ie Western Virginia. Sz Saturday Morning-. Aug- li7l860~ 1'1-BMC Schools.?There 77a lcirimporUat public School notice in -jiiier column, to wbich the utteution of r?i:t3 and pupils is directed. Some new ,!rs have been adopted by the commiss ars and trustees lh:it all should be fa liar with. Chcbch.?It is well known at a new church is about to be erected 5 strict, below Quincv, by the Evan elics! Lutheran Church. Rev. Freder 's, conewpaiion will lay the corner stone , MonJ iy forenoon at 10 o'clock. Prof, .ehmnna. of tbe Columbus Theological ;t-minarr, will officiate. ggf-VoUtical D?UOS3t::atiuns ro-t.iv. Bell and Everett meeting at Triadel i,ij See tbe programme in another col -.23. : l/ncijlo and nam'.in pole raising in >. Fifth Ward, this afternoon, at j o'clock, if by the Market. patriots will pnt this notice in their hats. fafAcciDZXT.?A son of Asa T. French .'idiiig nciir JJorristonn, on the National id welt of this city, was thrown from : ho...

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