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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 August 1860

turn. TH? ?VERUE??5. BY CEOaGE P. MOBJiii. ? i. cannot te Che aloe tree; Whose bloom but once is ssetr. Go search the grove?the tret of love If m< the ev?-pt?D: Tor thtit'?the setae, io leaf or frame. 'Neath coM or tnun.v tkier, Ton take the ground its roots hare bound, Or It. transplented, dies! I!. 4*That love tbui shoots, and fii m)j fw-u In woman's heart, we s?*; Through em Lies and tear*: iu after year* Jt crows a fadeie-* trw. Th? tree of lore. all trees above, i'omer tuny be seeu, In bu uim?r*? bloom or Winter's gloom, A hardy evergreen." TE:fLKB.?Whoever wrote the following bad read out page of fbe book of human nature to some purpose: -'-There it, after all, sonJetbinjr in-fbose trr3es that friends - bestow upon each other which is an un failing indication of the place the etver holds in the aSetftTousl .1- would believe that one who preserved a lo=k of hair, a simple flower, or any trifle of njj bestow ing. loved mc, though no sbsw was ni ide of it, while all the protes...

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. — 13 August 1860

"BtatM? VOLUME S. WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MORNING AUGUST 13, 1SG0. NUMBER 302. "KINILP AN I) I'LULISIIKD 11V OAKPBELL & M'DERMOT, ist::i.i'<;excf.b riudikcs, y. L-frner if Quincg and JJain-Sti. TERMS: p.T._r,n.v n*il,pajalile in ?Jvancc,^__ J.',.00 I.i 1 be ? 10 r,.. Wccklr.Our > "r P?y?M? in n.K-nncc.) 3,00 ^ j- Xc^rTl >:pz ?i<in> on re&eonable terms, ill a<lTertfc*?eiit? from adirtanre. or front tretvion t citr cu>wmcn. n??t be P""' in ?drance. INSURANCE."" <r ?? INSURANCE. .Etna InsuraneeCo.ofWheelln OjZcc at Me Saritigs Hantr of WhcrUug, Xo 03 Mulu St. The abovk namns r 'MPA?;y. baring L???-n fCljr or^aiiizfd. i- uov. pivparwl to take risks : 1 raiw. on JlmMing*. Machinery. Vorfi.*^- an'* Stock.* ??f'Men-hwndtsv, and agalndt a-|4,ag?t^?t!en4in? the t r.?n=|K?rtatlna of Mcrclian J,\* rrsRivtrr. Sea? L*?1c^. Can**!-? nn't Rnilroada. 4(;|jcx:u>in fjr l!i-?ira?cc ivili bs promptly at ? by the President nnl Secrete,ry. Ihe pa:r>m*senf the public if...

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. — 13 August 1860

Jjtailg ^trirUif surer CAMPBELL & imiW, KDITORS AND PROPRIKTOUS. TKRM8.-4?aiit? d*Ur*r*d in city, p*r vock. 10 rents Datvt, by mail, it, mdnuK*^ .$&.?) toy m?lt la mlvunc*... 3*0 ^trecr.by mull, l.?o V iTK K lVi X G : Monday Morning, Aug. 18, I860. Is response lo an inquire as to what hp came of the Lincoln ami Hamlin ticket in oor paper for several days, wc have to say that never anything liecnme of it. It has been in the paper every day since it *as pus there, either on this or the first P?g* Tbt llncnta ud RuUa Pole R.1,. ?*? la tkt mil W>rd. There was a splendid demonstration in the 5th Wand, Saturday evening, at the Lincoln and Hamlin pole raising. There were at different stagesjof the proceed ings from four to fire hundred people present, and the pole was one of the neat est and stateliest we hare seen anywhere. Tl stands one hundred and thirty-livo feet above ground, and its gay streamer bear ing the names of Lincoln and Hamlin, and the ample folds of its Sag. toge...

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. — 13 August 1860

IP, Circulation of any Paper in *-? Westorn Virginia. "Monday Morning, Aug- 13, I860. jCK IIocse IuBitofiLio.?James ?MwilJ, Joseph Davis, Mrs. Evans, and ?- l i m Evans exist in Horubrook's Old cMuusc, KaH Wheeling. Mr. Davis U new comer, having recently removed (Dm tb* I'1 NV:>rJ' ,U t!'e pll,CC ?f hU Lent abode, lie brought with him to H home :i pood deal of old luggage, mallfimilv and a mighty bad repnta " which he uilxed up -with the other elements of the ice house, in a not very , irWonio..3 J manner. Living in an ice 'll one would suppose they would be k?e? cool, but they cannot. On V, . night Joe locked tl.e front and only >??.????.n,id w;mura Kr,as came in the night and wanted in.? ?e pot up and opened the door, and \V . - :lQ enssed him for locking it- A little ouabble ensued, in which Mrs. Evans and IcDanald got out of bea and participated, ' ,1 for a rhort period there was sucn a I ? \ iumnin" about in the hall as Uncing an.l juinpin0 never before witnessed on or of...

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. — 13 August 1860

firteHijettt**, ?iniE z.bb. MOLLIE. Foreign ?? Uaf liutlUed li- Ulouic. fcilU|iiC- BWe?t UiUl*c. JxtiUUtv 1**:' HA txtr^ed in grtu.*e. <m mm? marble (plane But atairv hand- t: Ua.* L'lMiiUue foamy Tbe flflwt^tlwyur child. A rnalnrc bt*ve- ti?*>' mild. Hum niid1hfi?rtl?rtt wild BTight -r the-aea! li-u: of trail ?turroy?tT*nu. Rtar o'er tuw niHry huid. iTtdr of the Ssiier-iKUnl, j Sweet Knnmel**- j Her the-mid ?? mw ed? 3far wnofdati towild hr?*i? j Her kt?*d to death mad rait, Awl ttwawrondT , . Stofcc adththe ? pi^ihnft bngnt Troailw! sHMJ'fw ^r.tnladl p?irtT ?nfe?. Enc Nannie J?ee: Da*ra from lb* de?-> delU | 3?o fair*" Dot*] orib? Ht. lor<!>v'niW-b?lb Sisal! jsttbarad-be: He *w??im3 chimas shall nc^. No woodland wmxWaraurr. ^r. fragile- floTra7v ?hall Sin? Their r?*in o'er thee Bui wraml your couchi: Ye- ery*ra! closured monk*. 3ti tout pile iiUcftj down id the wa. Rins ?fc your silver bells Blow uli your sounding shell*, gitt- trends your coral cells, Sweet Nannie ...

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. — 14 August 1860

V OLUME 8. W HEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1S60. NUMBER 303. ,?1. IMl.lt ami iLl.UMlKit i:y 1-AT.IPBELL & M'DERMOT ,jteh-k:exc1er buildings, V. K '??n-'T "/ Ifuiucn and Mutn-HU. T '15 K. M S : :? V. I.v ui'Ul. 1-ayftble in ailvanre,X_ $5.0 r.t W^k * 1 i i-UVjklT. (i>er J wr. payableln advance.) 3.0 t j- \dTcrtifinP d'tne oil rcnsonnble terms. 11] a Ircrti!*""-"" from a "Uptime*. orfrcm transient IT di-TOHierS must t>c piid ill advance. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. .Etna In?nriince Co. of Wheeling:. 0-fcc at the Saving* Bo hi: o f Mhteh'ug* 3io 63 Main St. rfii" llPVK XAMKP CO" PAX V. having be??n | f?'i r .Mjr?n?7.e?l. is now prepare*! to take risk* ? I..**-: ral?** on PuiMing;? Machinery. VMrnitwro ?r<l >t **k? of >Ji-r< haii'Ilec-. awl against In i.n?r*tttw?-!?M!S lh?tr?n?!>?ruti n of Horchan V >ca* I.HkitjtfTantl-* an?l Knilroailf. r,;?? ,f;.? n< f.r Iu-nruire will promptly at t-.'.i 11-? ???r Gip Prc-M^nt *n?1 -V*retary. iriMtr ???*?*?? >fG...

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. — 14 August 1860

arts ^JntelHgtarrr CAMPBELL & I'DEHIOT, rUlTOIlS 1KD PBOPEIETOBfc. ?J>*TT.T. ddiveHS is city, per week, lb cent? DtfU, Vy nmiL iu ?dTt.ncc_ s .fL.OC b^WtOLX. irr mail it advance? ?.00 Vntir, Vy mali, irativaBoc^ ? 14*> w h e s l i x~gT: Tnes?ay Morning, Aug. 14, I860. Sour time ttpu we ventured a criticism on eiipeedb -of Mr. A. B. Culdwtll'f ?t tbe Conn Bouae. in which tie 1ih? labored to fasten sectionalism oc tbe Republican par ty, on the groncfi lb? tbey were not * power in r.cy of the Southern Slate*.? From the fact "that Mr. Caldwell repeats bit charge and labors to make the same identic*! point against tbe Republicans in bis Triadelphit speech, as noticed in our report of yesierdny morning, we presume that our stricture* did cot pass for mncb -with him. asd that it is -co Jess bis opin ion now than then, that a party's nation ality is to be estimated by tbe number of voteejit is able to count, rather than for its principles. Peruapg tbe following quotation from one ...

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. — 14 August 1860

gaUg jjtttfUigfttfct ? T '"lli circulation of any Papor in es* Western VirKinia.~tta ^^fMornms, Aug 14, 1860. - Meeting ?t Mouudsvillc ?,f commence on Thursday at-*,, ?nd .ill continue, we understand, as long as ... 1(| work seems to justify. If the "il .r is favorable there will doubtless "i-nmense number of people present, ?!ibere'?l<"? h? been on previous oc casions. MlLJ>s?Within the last week the ?tv has btt" completely flooded with C' , ,,3 We see great piles of theui ly T>n the streets, in different parts of the front of the gre. u grocers .tores. r ;J i'lrkr.sburg boats bring up great car llie;u daily, and the owners retail "J.. wholesale them out to the citizens, njflon-cholic days ere come." i^f>U-Tl7otl?er"[.latt i* suggested J ~lding ll?e city of its surplus dogpopu- j ?tioa v., "shall propose that every man | ',U0 Jwn. '-acre than one dog shall be , compelled lo Vatteu, kill, ??d manufacture j into Btilogua sausuge, lor his <?>? " ?". ?? | above the nu...

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. — 14 August 1860

?ob? Horn otfteth fondly to a fair boy straying Mid golden a>witoi?? rid? with do?er d?tr: She call*?bnt he ?tlll "thinks of naught bnf playing. IsdJMbo soilfls and waT^ bin: an adieu! TVhil*t-4??. still mtrry with hi? flowervs ton? Deems not that more, sweet morn, returns no more. Noon corns th?bat th<- boy to xuanhv*xi growing. Heeds not the time?he sees but one an vet form. One young. fair Ikce, from bower of jasmine flowing 'And all bwlorin* heart with lii* bli# is wanu, So noon, unnoticed, seeJie tho -Western shore; And mac forget* thai noon returns 110 uxor*. Right tappet ii gently at aca?ement gleaming. With the thin ttre light fUcke?iug?cft nod low; By which agmy-haired man is Kullr dreaming Of pieararM grme. aa all life* pleasure go. call- him to her, and he-luave* his dvor. Silent and dark?and he returns no more. A Difficult Question Asswekbd.?Can any one teli why when Eve was roanufac tured from one of .Adam's ribs,.a bired girl was not made at the snme time to wait...

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. — 15 August 1860

VOLUME 8. W HEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING AUGUST 15, 1S60. NUMBER 304. 1*1.1.VIED AND i'UnUSIIKD BY CAMPBELL & M'DERBffOT, U'TELLIGEXCER BUILDINGS, jY. E.corvrr of Quiitcy and Main-Sts. TERM ? : p~f!y. (by mail, payable In advance.)? $3.00 by :?ie Week 10 TrMVeckly. (per year, payable in advauoe.) 3,00 jrg- Advertising dbne on reasonable terms. All advertisement* from a dlntanoe, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. jEtna Insurance To. of Wheeling, Ojfice at tint Savings Banl of 1 Vhtttiuff, No 63 Main. St. THR AB0YK NAMED CO vJ'A NY. having be??n ftillv organized. i# now prepared to take risks ,t Ievr^t e.?n*?*tejit rate*. on KniMing* Machinery, Furniture, ami >tock?? vf Merchandise. ami against j aM ihacers atten linsr tlie transportation of Merchan- j ji-fon ?!ivi-rj. Sew Lakni-^'i-iU and Hail mad*. I Ap'?l:t ati.?n? f r Tn?nr^ncc will be promptly at- ! t?? by the President m i .^ocrrtarr. Tlie p^trmaje'if th? public i-? re jpoctful...

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. — 15 August 1860

Jails jmrrr cakpizll~* rimoT, EDITORS JLKD PHOPJlHrTOtE. TKEjIs.?OUlTT, dc2iver?ni iti cil v. vuek. 10 ceum In* jzuati.ii* tuiniuc. JFii.ut) Tai-Viiki v, irr mull lu Mdvunse. 2^Ut> Vimx, t>y tnuil, iu&dvuaue - l?uu ~ W HE ELIN'fi: Wednesday Morning. Aug 15,1860 Wl publish ?i??wbere. This morning. an toeoost of *be Trcpm jp-eat demonstration *t Springfield, 111., tbe bom* of <?ld Alir? These immense meetings of the people art 'becoming quit* romnipt; pII trrer ibr "We bear -of enormous pttberingB, of pro ceaione/.nd banners and music, cud of tU t&at can remind he of JB40 jtnd 154-8 Wkat?v?T may be tbe facte of ibe cast, there can be do doubt that tbe general opinion is thai Lincoln will tvreeji ibc w-est Eke a prairie ire. Tor our own part, ?while t-? bare no doubt of the rue iBdi eatinns cf all ?fais popular feeling, we buve as apprehension. founded on ezperi ?TH'fc. off tbe power of tiic I'etnocralic par %jr fur mist-biof. when united, and oi the fat.m: v with -whi...

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. — 15 August 1860

^ ** J? . . _ ? - " . ,, r _est Circulation of any Paper in t> L,a ?Westem Virginia."&? ^^<riay Moroi^gTAug-15, I860. - ^^^Tcompany." ?tniT,t\KD 5IKKT1MJ OF "A COM- U ? A*y?%i be hel'l at the Court 1I?U!* thfc? ?r|>l r"\he transaction ur Important buu- !jl p * uUrl,d,nc? ta rtinesteU. Jl h?*",4j ' STATE TAXES! ",.-1IKF !S PRKMRBO TJ RKCBIVE rilHE v ''. for life year 1S60. either ?t tl.e office ' "" I. I .-paties collecting. ?>J ?s my time of ?f t,v ? i tro5, all tax payer* will *?, . expir" >?rr .,romI,t!y when calle.1upon the r.t ?>-?<) of ? SaM I. IKWI.M, Sheriff 0. C. jligU + + viiiimoxv Usdm DirncuLTira? v ^rd,v morning. a ra .n from the vicin ^of Frazier's Mills, Belmont County, .. arrived in tins city, and sapped at the Union "?"=c H< W'3 aC'-'?ray;lnieJ J , woman, and th, ohjeet ol the.r r??, ' '?? unite themselves .a tUo state of mitrioonv. and become one. The man ?.'to Aid. McCourtney s office to have the knot tied, bat was there informed that pi...

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. — 15 August 1860

fatln jjutclliqeuett. ?; 15 J3 .V * . . A SOK6 OP8UMHER TIME. With the breath of flwert putting. Goncf thf trwfc, Aud the birds their loves are chanting .In the trfet; Fo I know that tantoter reigitHb. And tlut while her throne renuuiieth. Krery heart is full that draiutlh Joy like these. I can listen to the thrushes A* the; ring: I can quaff the life that gnsJtw From the sprine Bnt I cannot tell the u?ea?nre Of my heart's snpremest pleasure, Ai it grasp* the lavish treasure Which the^bring. Gentle spirit of the summer, Stay. oh. stay! Thou wilt"find no wanner welcome Hence away: Nowhere will the fields he greener, Or the enmxuer skies sereoer. Gladness purer, pleasure keener, Hearts more gay. ? ? Ererj wmmftr u a uhiqer From the shore Where fruition's gulden harvest Is In store: Where Joy fioweth like a river, And the winter oometh ner?r, ltnt a glory 4iineth erer? Evermore! Mysteries of the Teleffraph?Advan tage of Reading by Soiuaci We chanced to be conversing with the manager of...

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. — 16 August 1860

? sasas VOLUME S. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 16, TEoT NTJMBER^oS! AM# rUftlilSHKI) jBV f jaMFBELL & M'DERMOT. Ii rEIilWEJICER EtILDISGS, ,Y. K corner of Quinc*/ ami Main-Si. TERMS: D.j!j,(l>y iimil- payable in a?Ivancc,X_.. $5,0? tv the 10 TYj.WX'klj't(P?ry?*r* Payable In advance.) 3,00 ?5*-Advertising done on reasonable terms. 411 a'lverti*emcutR fr?m * distance, or from transient dty customers, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. "insurance. .Etna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, O'Ut <itU<c Satiny! r.anl: ?/^VJteeiinQ, Xo eft Malik St. TUP \H0VK. NAMLI' CiJMPASV; bavins been fully ?ripinllr.l. i# m'W preirarol to t*!;e rinks t t,T.cmisiiitciit rate, on ltnililihfca. Machinery, Fnrni'K"- Stock" Merchandise. and against II <Ua;cr?iitletvliii|? tfieti-mjp ?itKtidii of Merclian ji^.n Rirers. Pi-ii bhttC'iiui' and Rallnmdg. I. jtivati.m* for Illilir.tncc ?:ll lie promptly at t, liv tit# I're'iiletit mill Secretary. Then~>nn^v?r lliepr.tiltc ii re-pix-tfully s...

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. — 16 August 1860

ailg gfttteUiijeurti: CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITORS AST) PROPRIETORS. TKRMfi.?Daily, delivered In city. j?er week, 10 cent? Djult, by mall, in sdnnce? .$>5.09 Tii-Wnnr. by mail, in *d ranee, S.00 WslxlT, by mail, in advance, l,0u WHEEL iTTo : ^ Thursday Morning, Aug. 16,1860. H AH cock Cooktt is the banner Republi can coantv of the State. We admit it af ter last Tuesday. Such a rally as tbe Lincoln and Haiclin men bad there on tbat day has never ret been feeu in tbe limits of tbe Old Dominion, and was one of the tort calculated to very much depresi the spirits of orthodox patriots, like, for in stance, the editors of tbe Wheeling Union. What made it worse was tbat Judge Thompson, the day before bad been up there holding his assizes, and had spent the day with the grand jury, bad recitcd much scripture and quoted a great deal of common law to tbcm, touching their duty a.s patriots in & crisis like this campaign. He watered bis famous Wellsburg alien and sedition charge of 1...

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. — 16 August 1860

J<J - : [ tt. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Thursday Morning, Aug. 16,1860. fyjf rilB UHATIl OF E. U. AtKISMOK. \\c sincerely deplore the dentli or .Mr. E. Atkinson, who committed suicide at at. Louis I1451 Saturday, and whose mel ancholy Jeath was announced at some I leugtli in our columns yesterday. For I Serer.il years lie was u resident of Brooke county, where he attended college :it I lltftimnr, and l'c ?"'ls well known and greatly aihnirfd by many persons in this ,.tv aud the surrounding countrjr. H? <v.ia a universal favoiite, nnd lir tile graces of kis handsome person, bis genial jtv bis high accomplish euls nnd bis in'aul/ characteristics, won the hearts of nil wliu Approached him. He had inherited large irealth uud most commanding posi tion, aud his profuse generosity and luxu rious artistic tastes utir proverbial. Ue ira. oue of the founders of ihe excellent college magazine uuwpublishedntBiftliaur jod together with his accomplished con frere...

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. — 16 August 1860

nm gttieHtijcttee*. SelMorn, t?n, and Scalpel. The editor of the Orten Hay Ajdeocat* t'igs suras up his profession: "To the profession of :ui editor, with a sort of side show of saw-milling, we have lately added that of surgery. We hare become versed in the cunning and mystery of liniments and bandages of Iractures and splints. Our dog, Jleman, which we call Watch, for short, is always "spiling for a fight." If in; goes a day without his regular battle, he is disconsolate; lie goes to bed at night with drooping tail aud dis satisfied look, as if a day had been lost, aud his mission iiad not been fulfilled.? But there arc a few of such days. He has found somewhere a more desperate fight than a dog fight, for he came home awhile ago with savage cuts and stabs all over his head and throat, enough to kill an ox. But he rather liked that, it seemed to make up for the lost days. So we bound up bis wounds, and turned liniment upon them, and kept him quiet for a few days, and he go't well. ...

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. — 17 August 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1860. NUMBER 306. f J'Kl.Vn:i> AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, U'TEU.IKEJTCKR BVILDIKGS, jV. E. earner of Quincy and Main-SU. TKRMS: PJlr.fbr mail. payable in advance,).... $5,00 jly the \feek 10 TrMV?kly,(p?r year, payable In advance.) 3,00 Advert wing don* on reasonable term*. All advertisement* from a distance, or from transient city customers. must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. ?lna Insnrance Co. or Wheeling, Ojflct at Uit Savings Bank af Whc*\ingy \ No 83 Main Si. THK ABOVE NAMED COMPANY, baring be*n fully ergsnlzed, is now prepired to take risks a: lowvit consistent rate*, on lIuiMingi. Machinery. Jurnltsre. and Stocks of Merchandise, and against >nd*ni5er* attending the transportation of Mercliau d;?eon Kivera. ?'??as. Lake*. Canuh and Kail road*. A? jiUcAti"n* {<jT Insurance will be promptly at tended to by the President and Secretary. The patronage of the public ia respectfully elicited. S. 1...

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. — 17 August 1860

ailjj jjntcUigwcej1 CAMPBELL ft K'DKEKOT, ! XDITOBS ISO PSOTKKTOU. Til RMS.?BaH-T, deUvert-d in city. j? week. 10 cents Hult, by advance. Tii-ffCKLi, It m*fl, in advance,?? ILOU ; "WKncLT,by man, in advance,. 1,0b W H H E I, I X G: Friday Morning, Aug. 17, 1860. We print on our first page tbis morning the remarkable letter of Napoleon 10 "bis ambassador at the English Court?Count Peraiguy. In this letter Xapoleon shows himself ready for the emergency in which he is placed. Finding bis acts interpreted by Palmerston contrary to his desires, ie seizes the pen at once, and defends him self against the suspicions to which he has been exposed. He mnst astonish the red t&peist and buckram lovers of ancient conventionalities. It is wonderful to see bow, while he maintains so many of the formalities or an imperial court, he break* through all.the absurd customs of circum locution offices with an almost Cromwel lian independence. When anything is to be done, he finds the shortest and mos...

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. — 17 August 1860

liiilw ^utcuigcuccv rtl liargest Circulation ol' any Paper in Western Virginia.-?# "Friday Morning, Ang-17,1860. " wanted! ONR OR TWO JOURNEYMAN SHOEMAKERS, who can And permanent employment brap "to JAMES MATHEWS, '"iut1r-U? No- ?tl Market ?tr?t. WANTED, AGIRl. to DO TIIE GENERAL HOUSE WORK in a small family. Apply ?* Smith's Urewery. auglO-tf jgy-XiXT Sunday, August 19th, the Jewish Eiul bjgin3, which is the twelfth Month of the Hebrew civil year and the sixth of the ecclesiastical. On the same tlsv the Mahometan mouth Saphar com mence*". which is the second of the year 1277 of the era datiug from the flight of Mihomet. The Jewish year, consisting of lirelre lunations, contains 354 days, but ;ie mouth of Veader is intercalated seven times in each cycle of nineteen years, to correct the average duration of the year. This embolistnic mon.h ranks in the thir teenth of the Jewish \ ear. In the chronol ogy of the Musselmans, the year is lunar, consisting of tivelve lunations, or of 354 ...

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