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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 23 August 1860

[Written for the Fittalorgb Gazette.] The Bra-re, Ont-8poken Republican's ?f the Slave States. MY JAMKS AIIK.V, LEW1KBCRG, PA. Yeberoc* Ju a land of gloom. With jonr bright torches flaming high! Ye men with hearts of lion strength, And the keen-flashing eagle eve! Calmly, yet bravely, prees ye on. Until your glorious standard wave* 1a the clear, balmy southern air. Radiant above jour fathers* grare*. Where the red storm of battle rolled. With our own lather*, side by tide, O! there, jour glorious martyr-sires In the great cause of Freedom died! Did they pour out their precioua blood Copious as gushing summer rain, That Slavery's curse, which England sent, Might here forevermore remain! Bid your brave fathers struggle on. Through toil and suffering, to their graves, 1 That here, their proud. luxurious sons Might lord it o'er their crouching slave?? O: could those noble sires reply! 0! might their mouldering a*hes speak.* How -would Fear's pallid, ghastly hue O'srspread Oppression's b...

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. — 24 August 1860

V OLUME 8. WHEELING. V A rr* a a uxviiiNiJNU, AUGUST 24. 1880 NUMBER 312. P1I1.NTK11 AM) i'UUUSIIKO BV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, |XTl!I.kl6ENCEK BCILD1NGS, ,V. Unrner of Quincy and Main-its. TEK 1\I S s D,i;,.(br mail,jiayaMe in advance,).... $0,00 jiv lie 10 Xri-lVrfkl*. i'P?r payable in advance.) 3,00 Advertising dime on reasonable terms. All *dv?rti?inent? from adiatancu, orfrorn transient citr dKtonen, mnst be paid in advance. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. .Etna Insurance Co. or Wheeling, alit.r frvivj: Baal* of 117,uiiug. No ?3 Main St. " Tilt ABOVE NAMED COMPANY; having been fully organised. is now prepared to tnke risks j?: CoiuUtrut rates, on buildings. Machinery, jcrnitcre. ami Stocks of Mt-rohandise, and against ..?ja^ers attending thetr map rtation of Merchan Riverf. Sex*. Lake*, Canals and U nil road s. \w\k*lipns for Insurance w ill ).o promptly at to by the President and Seeretary. the pair >najc of the public is respoctfnlly solicited. 5. p. MLl'RETIL HENRY _K. LIST, iecret...

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. — 24 August 1860

niljr gntcHiflcum' Hffifl & M'D'EIIMOT. til ? VU ID I tors AND PROPRIBTORS. TKRM8.?Daily, daliY?r*d in city, per wcet, 10 conta Daily, by mail, in mdrance*. $5.0? Tk-Wotly, Ly mail, in adYancJ-* 3,00 "W*MLY,by maI1?inadvance^:..:X...... 1,00 \ W H E E L I N Gz ~ Friday Horning, Aug. 34,1860. Simi seven .columns of the ^[heeling-! Union, the other moraing,%were filled, with the address of. the Breckinridge National Committee to their countrymcn. Tho Presidential election will'be *>ver before moat readers will have got through the. whole document It lias that commenda ble characteristic which marks.nearly *11 ? the Democratic productions of this day Its attacks are chiefly upon "the other wing of the Democracy. As in duty' bound, it gives a tap to the Bell party and j to the Repnblican party in passing, but its solemn array of 6gures, its quotations from documents, and most of its political thunder are directed against their affec tionate brethren of the Donglns persua sion. Th...

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. — 24 August 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "ffi? Friday Morning, Aug- 24, I860. ^-Tiik Sisoeb Fkstivai..?Yesterday llic Central Singerbund met in Washington Hill :inJ proceeded to the transaction of !l,e business of the Association. After ibe business was completed Young's baud from Pittsburgh, played several popular airi which attrected large numbers of persons to the Hall and the loudest ap plaitsc followed each performance. There vcre three sentiments as follows, hanging upon the North side of the Hall, encircled lv wreathes of roses and cuergreeiis. ?OJusic, the fieicert grief can chnrui. And fate* severest r?g?s disarm." ??Music hath clmruM to soot be the eavuge hieast-"' Ubjic We love it for tli? buried hopes, tho gnr t.r^J ui?norie?, the tender fe*liuj?s it can summon at j touch. Upou the south side of tl?c hall hung duplicates of the above in the German lan guage. The following is a synopsis of the pro ceedings of the business meeting: The President, Mr. Conrad, 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. — 24 August 1860

gfattg giritHujritcrr. A PilfiTi vLia# aTPitcth.?Ht was a coarse cruel sneer?unwortbr of oue-of England's greater artists?when lie said that 4ia woman bad saiher be courted and jtitea j than never to be courted u: a:I." Anoth er, whom the alchemy of *orrow had test ed and purified, had brought out from xfais ; rough stone tbe lustre of n truth as uni- \ verbal ap beautiful: "Better *p hrm l<*red anu loat. Tban n?*flr 10 Iwtr loved tit nil" Orthopr*ph Pnxilft. Wffe, ?ake mc*omedumpliug?> of dough. {dn) TbePra better :nan m*?a far mr cungh.\cof > Pnir let th?m Ik- bol1?d till hot through. (th?w> Boi&a' till rhev'rt heavy or tough. (tnfj yow l mat; b* off to ti?f ptough, utfow > Aad the boy*. when thev;ve hadeoougn. .enuf,. Mustkeap th? fliosoff witha hough, (bow, Wbik the eld tnarr drinke at the trough. /"irof.. The Tilext or Br-totss.?Every man ? must patiently abide hi? ttnie. He muFt wait. Not in liailessneis: not in useless j pastime, not in querulous* dejection...

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. — 25 August 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, , SATURDAY MORNIKQ, AUGUST 25, 1860. NUMBER 313. Pit I XT KD AND PL'ULISUKD BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT. IXTELMGEXCBR UnLDINCS, V. F-. cnrncr of Quincy and Main-Stg. T E R M S s w v hv mnil. payable in advance,). $5,Of ? XrMV?vklj, (per year, payable in ad vaxice.) 3,0C Advertising done on reasonable terms. All Advertisements from a distance, or from transient city cn-itoaiere, mu*t be paid in advance. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. t:t?? Insurance Co. of Wheeling, Otfic* attht Saving* Bnnk uf WlietMxoj^ No 63 Main St. THE above NAMED COMPANY, having: been fiiliv organized. i*? prepared to take riaka .1 iflvr^t < onal??*ut rates. or Huildingv. Machinery VrrnlJaw. and <:.?ck.* of Merchandise, and ajjainht attending the transportation of -Merclian " -v ?uHirers. Seas. Lakes. Canal* and Railroads. "l\piilica?ii'iis f?>r Insurance will bo promptly at ?rn>l to bv the President and Secretary. Ti,e pat r ?nn??of the public i?re^|H.-?tftilly solicited. * p. ini.piurm 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. — 25 August 1860

"CAMPBELL & M'DB-RMOT, ?DITOBS ASD FBOPRLETOP.S. TKRilS'?Dailt, deliT?r?d 10 Jgw IIAC.T, by man, ?n ?aTancer- ~ Tji-ffimT, by VuaT.by mil. imdrmntt, ? y ~whe"e i x~o7 Saturday Morning, Aug. 25,1860. AtUutlon ltcpwl>UeaJ??. A noticc appears in our advertising col amns tbis morning, for a Grand Repnbli can Demonstration in the Fourth Ward Wc hope every Republican in the city, ?wbO-*an possibly do so, ?will "be present a, thig, we believe, the Bret Republican meet ing f*er held in lb?- ward. Son>c good speaking mar be expected. We presume no one will deny the right of the Constitutional Union party, as it is called, to coalesce with the Douglas Democracy. Bnt that it is a very exalted proceeding; that it is in harmony with the lofty professions which the party made at the time they presented their candidates to the public,' they will not very easily convince the public. They did in spirit, if not in explicit terms, appear before the country as men who were diegnsted with the ...

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. — 25 August 1860

STILL THEY COME. ,HUK BKLt. AND EVERETT FOLKS OF THE 4m I VTii J- ?>" tllal ?hej intend to raise the - k':i ! ?' opposite K. C. JefTriV store. East WiitillUit- "" ,ui:l Aug~ 25,h' ut 3 ?'cl?ck 1*. M. T! iiiflte all tl"e ?Jcl1 jxfp'e to l?s present, and ?v/th?3i ? l""s Pull?1 "rong pull uud a pull nil to 2*lli?r. Cumc "J"; ooiue all. * pyTHE l'KMC ON TUK ISLAND.?Yeg. tetjiV w is the Jay fised for the Grand Picnic on the Island. The morning dawn e.l moil inauspiciously for the event, it" it tia t,c srti'l lo have dawned at all under a ,lr(3cbi"K MlJ ul' ,0 eiRht o'clock the n.jipt'. of the heavens was anything but jerl'ul. lint the old meteorohig.cal rule; Strains before seven it will clear before Irleren, happily proved correct in this in itanct, ftud ?t libout a o'clock the over- I t:ist skv became clear nod the day became ?urning and clijcrful, with a stiff breeze I from the south. The warm sun and the fresh air speedily erapor.ited the moisture ir.'iicb tiie muruing had exhaled...

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. — 25 August 1860

FALSE. BY 1SADOEE Q. ASCBEE. She has entered irar linwlr chain i^er, AfidtbcisaM of her golden heir Is streaming, like gleams in the darkness That closely ?ncirt3es her there: And the stars seem upbraiding her sadly, As they gate cm the annwv breast _ That heaves with an inward*struggle, With a vague and wild unrest. The pl1((bted truth?she hath broken It! Her deep vo*i are sundered for'er; The darkncot- shall harbor her seciet. Her lore that it shattered in air; She has bowed to the golden idol, A puppet is hers to adore? .?simpering creature of latiuou. To cherish and lore evermore. The breeze, with a rippling murmur. * Sands music tc sweeten the night. The flowers are charmed in their lumbers, j And dream of the tnoru'e gulden light: While bhe hears but a jingling cUmur Of vraltxes and polkas?a din. That echoes the strife in her bosom. And wakee the regretting within. Again she whirled in the ball room, 'Mid its gaudy glitter and light. And her life seems as false a* its tiuseL A...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 27 August 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.. MONDAY MOftlSTNG. AUG USX 27, 1860. NUMBER 314. PRINTED axd rUP.LISHKD UY CAMPBELL & M'DERBTOT, BUILUIiVGSi) .V. corner of Quinry and Main-Sis. *V 12 RMS: mail, payable in advance.).- $5,00 ,;v rise iveefc 10 y- (;>er year.payable in advance,) 3.00 l%g- Advertising done on reasonable terms. All *?lvert!s?niei?t? from a distance, or from transient j cit r customers, must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. .Etna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, O'Zc-' of the livings Bank of !|7itf/iw//, 3Vo C3 Main St. I'jI'iHSttfcnlini *??? ?? * ? : - ?--? m ISiver-'. Few. Like*. Cam!? an T Uailroadt*. f ?t" In?ar.iuce will b?: promptly nt tr, i-'l t ? bv tin* Pi-'fdeiit and Solitary. Tiiej' itr.-in.t-eof the public is re<puctftilty solicited. <; n. liiLimimi. I1KXIIY K. list. S. P. lllLDRHTH. <atrU\ry. DIRECTOR?. C. !>. llVHU W.D. (jhhistian Hess, President. Jons L. linni:3, Tuos. II. List, J?. D.Wut. Oiiittntuiittr festHl afTwrdcd to those who wish t? sn...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 27 August 1860

ailj f ntelligcMCf v CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS XXD PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?DAX3.T. delrrered In city, per week, 10 cents Dajlt. by rnaiU in ftdrancc Tu-XTiult, by mail, in advanced 3.00 "WKEXiTjby mail, in advance,... 1,00 WHEELtNGT ' Monday Morning, Ang. 27, I860. We understand that our Bell and Ever ett friends have had in contemplation for gome days back, a grand rally here in "Wheeling, at which Hon. J. Morri son Harris, M. C. of Maryland, should be inrited to speak. We were told that a proposition to invite Ilenry Winter Davis was dropped on accoun of. bis rather un certain position between Americanism and Republicanism. If this was really an ob jection to inviting Mr. Davis, we are ap prehensive it will most likely prevent us hearing Mr. Harris, for it seems that at a meeting in Brunswick, Xew Jersey, a few days ago, he spoke a3 follows: "When Abraham Lincoln is elected. What practical thing is be to do in connec tion with slavery? I believe the first act of bis administrat...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 27 August 1860

fams,&r ? ,,-t circulation of any Paper L"g Western yirginia^e^^ | Monday Morning, Au?.J^60^ s-l'ow vr Vns Gebmas Bam,.?At an ? ' r 01l Saturday morning a row l"r!1 ,(t tiie German Singerfest ball at Ioccurrc- The llnll was crowded ? wilU the greatest in I'" """n.cc that waltzing could be indulg r?"Vl'" -,h anv pleasure without jostling l"d throng- A considerable quantity beligcrcnt outside element got 11 "'"t ,h. Teutons some bow or other 1niftcr tl'i'stil>per ftt tlie McLurc House, tun to the hall it was evident 1U\t '^in?ingtol.oil. There were sundry it*" * .. :n tlie barroom and 111 b.11, which boded 1 ' eci 'l "OuJ. Our informant saw two ,;;;?al-vveh:>ir between them ; i " . tbiakin-' tliav the atmosphere was be- , | ' , l(, ?,v the least of it, a little in- j T.r..? he" took the near cut for out j 'tJ'h.iUe.lbyagoud many others , * ?n? uuable to iiirnish an exact . nd is thereto". "? . f t*,e proceedings* duln t j I'aTscc what the men were going to j" barkeeper got t...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 27 August 1860

iuijj gntcUijcucer C A MPBELL & If'DEE,MOT, EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS. TiillMi.?Daily, d^lirervd in city. per week, 10 cent* Daxlt. by mail, in advance? $5.00 Txi-Wc?XLt, by xnalL in a?i vance? 3.C*) WniiT.by mall, ia?dTwice, ? 1*00 1 W H E E L I X Tuesday Morning, Aag. 28, 1860. JL TV or* About Money. We want to say a word to the Republi cans throughout the Suite concerning "funds," "material aid," -sinews of war," &c. The Republican State Executive Committee here must have money in this campaign, if they are to accomplish a hnndreth part of what is expected of them. They are beset with applications from all parts of Western Virginia for documents, for speeches ana speakers, and they Snd themselves powerless, absolutely powerless, to respond to these- demands. The question is with them now, what are they to do ? Wiir.t can they do ? And the answer is very piain and easy. They can dj nothing unless the Republicans throughout the State join in and help them to do. They <-nn ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 27 August 1860

nib guicliligciuw. SONG OP SARATOGA. BY JOHN G. SAXK. "Pray, wliat do they do at the SpriogC* The question is easy to ask; Bot to answer it fully, my de.ir, Were rather a serious task. And yet, hi a bantering war. Aa the magpie or mocking-bird sings, m venture a bit of a song To tell what they do at the Spring*! Imprint*, my darling, they drink The water? so sparkling ami clean Though the iUvor is none of the bent, And tho odor exceedingly qneer: But the ftald i* mingled. you know. With wholesome medicinal thing*. So they drink, and they drink, ami they drink,? And that's what ihey do at the Springs! Then with appetites keen as a knife. They hasten to bruakfast or dine; (The atter precieely at three; The former from .seven till nine.) Ye cods!?what a rustle and rush When the eloquent dinner bell ring*! Than they eat, and they eat, ar.d they eat? And that's what they do at the Springs! Now they stroll in the beautiful walks. Or lolTiu the shade of the tree*; Where many a whisper is h...

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. — 29 August 1860

Wednesday Monmxa AUGUST 29. 1860. NUMBER 316. (?i.l.VIi.ll AND rCHMSUED BY (JAMFBELL & M'DERMOT, LVTEU<KiKXCER BCILDISGS, .V. K crnrr of Quijicy and Main-Six. 'V K It M S : p.,ijy./l,v unpayable in advance,). $5.00 ],v tlie Wook 10 Tri-'.Vwklv- i*r year, payable in advance.) 3.00 i.'.vcrti-iim done on reasonable terms. \!i advertisement* from a distance, or from transient c t v easterners. must lie |>aid in ad ranee. "insurance . INSURANCE. .Etna Iiterance ?o. of Wheeling. 0' r?' at the Savings Bank uf meeting. No 03 Maiu St. rrn:: a BOY I! NAMKD COM PAN V, haying been l full* organised. is how prepared to tuke risks , Jo Writ ojinislfiit rate*. Huntings. Machinery, r-' jiture. mil Stocks ??f M?-rcJf\??dist;. and against "ltubersattending the tr imputation of Mereliun .n River.J. Jvm-- Mke?. PatitN and Kail road*. u f.-r In-ur.tnce will lie promptly at viI'd t . bv the Predd.???t and Soeietarv. ' TJmj pitr inv,v ?f the pnMIc I*respectfully solicited, y. P. IllI.nKKril. I1K...

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. — 29 August 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TJUKMS.?Dailt, delivered In city, per week, 10 cento Dailt, by maU, in advance^ $5,00 Ti&-W*fklt, by mail, iu advance, 3,00 yf*KKLr,bj mail, in advance, ~ 1,00 WHEELING: "Wednesday Morning, Aug. 29, I860. Corwin'a Speech. On our first page to-day, we print a di gest of the speech of Hon. Thos. Corwin, delivered before his constituents, nt-Mor row, Ohio, on Satur3ay afternoon last. It is an unpretending speech^-a plain, good, oldfashioned talk, rather, with his friends and neighbors; yet bow lucid and satis factory the gifted old '"Wagon.Boy" makes every point which he touches. This is .the wonder and" the charm of-Corwin's oratory. -It really seems to us as if no honest, intelligent mrnd'COuld fail to. be satisfied with the superiority of Republi can principles over those of any other party, after reading these remarks of Cor wia's; What tlu Infamous Tax Bill Is for. Keep it before the people that the men of this city on salaries...

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. — 29 August 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-?# Wednesday Morning, Aug- 29, I860. Ratification Meeting. Ov ivcnVBSI'AV, T1IK 12th OF SEPTEMBER, ? ju.l .Iiv of the Fair, tlio Republican* of , I , jle bold ? grand ratification uniting ' . . ct>ni:uL-!icing al 7 o'clock in tlio evening. ^liuguU"--1 ?i~.-akcK from aliroaJ will be present. Rcnabliwin Executive Commute. "Ul riVt-KLlCA.V EXECUTIVE STATU COM '1 \tiTTKK nro notified to uu-ct at (he Kepulilic.au ? i omrter*. TIiurMtlay, at 2 I'. M.. to consider ?* riant limine**. Bj order of I. M. PUJll'lIltEV, CluUrinan. j^TaKATBiCAt.?We see that our old tnd. W. Iliiucbett, ami .Miss Fanny ct. formerly of the Athcncum, have [ ei.jrjged and ?'?" sl'urtlv appeur nt \Uc Pi:tsb>irgh Theatre. jtg-A Cask ebom Fort Dcqcesne.?We : saw a cane, (brought down from j .itiburgU by Mr. Geo. Tiimble, as aj ? tfitnt iu Pr. Moore, of Centre Wheeling,) i ibich was manufactured from an oak log j 4k.-n from Fo.t Duquesne The log, at ! r.e titue "...

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. — 29 August 1860

(%!.{ V" v*? ?? --- t? mU A K?w Ballad of the Great Eaiteru. It's of a big steamer I'm going to tell, Which to all Nsw \ork-iera ia known very well, Which cost her proprietors as I am told, A monstrous fortune in silver and gold. tCborua imitating the melodific sounds of vpecin ; currency a pouriu' out.] At last to the-York-iers the D'rectors <lid say, ??Would you like an excurnion to visit Cape May, At ten dollars a head, we the thing can afTor 1?" Ho tho Yosk-iers cauie Hcroughin' and erowdln* on board. [Chorus describin' the wild rush of the multitu dinous crowd wavitr their ten dollar nutes.j But they warnt long afloat ere the sharp ones e?pied That they couldn't get water however they tried; No soap and no towels, or many things more, And they all wished devoutly themselves on the Rhore. [Chorus of ho-.rU for water, soap, towels, Ice, and other ornaments of refined society.] Their wit Cos was bad and unfit for to eat. The vtdt*rs brought taters von asked to hring meat. And v...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 30 August 1860

VOLUME 8 W 111.' I.' I T V/' \r A V A., mu:^UAl MAJKiNliNG, AUGUST 30, I860. NUMBER 317. JMtlNTKl) r\ND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, intelligencer buildings, y. E. corner of Quittcy and Hain-SU. TERMS: Ditil.v- 0?v mail, payable in advance,).- $5,00 I fly tlie Week 10 i Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable iu advance,) 3,00 49-Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. I NSURANCE. INSURANCE. Mtna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, Ojticc at the Havings Rank of lVJicrtiug, No C3 Main St* TUB a BOTH named oovpany. having been fully organized, is now prepared. to take risks at lowest consUteiit rate*. on Buildings. Machinery, Furniture, and stocks of Merchandise.* and ^ffoiiiist all duigorsattondiug the transportation of Merchan dise ?m Hi vers, Sew. l?ak<M, Canal* and Kailiond-. Application? for Insurance will lie promptly at t#n,i,.il to by tlie i'reddent and Secretary. - : The patrouaseof the pub...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 30 August 1860

" ? J' giulu (Intelligence* '"ijAltPBELL & H'DESMOT, BDITOBS AflDPKOPRIKTORS. TK&MS.?Dailt, delivered In city, per week, 10 centtf Daily, by m&fl.iD'advance^ $5,00 ~~ WHEELING^:" Thursday Morning, Aug- 30,1860. Ws believe it is now almost universally conceded, that of all the candidates for (lie Presidency, Abraham Lincoln is the choice of the largest number of the voters, and that if every candidate is voted for by his friends, Lincoln will undoubtedly receive .the greatest number of electoral votes.? The whole hope and endeavor of his oppo nents is to combine against him all the other parties and factions, and fragments of parties and of factions?men that have nothing in common bnt opposition to Lincoln, and who direct their opposition to him only because he is the strongest candidate. If cither of the coalescing parties should rise to such proportions as to give serious expectation of success, the others woiild combine against it, and would invite the cooperation of t...

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