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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 8 June 1853

=g^7^AV=MUKXINff, JUNE 8, 1353. , ^====-7oX,.-.Ki?-autl.orirtd Apc.it to pro 53-?'? n*.V?J to the Wheeling Intelligencer. rntf SubSCTip1"^ ? r^?TTlrIefattsal>!c Express has our ? j in<Iel>ted to the officers of the stenmer Vt?,l for late Cincinnati, Louisville an<l New Falls Orleans papers -oOtsters about, as good as fresh ones in are furnished by Fox.qf the "Indian ? They are a great twOftV the this tea Quee?- 11 : - soil. - jokkt to amiouiice tte rieath of Mr. John , ? venerable cituen.or Short Creek, ^l^.ed with thjji' e'irlSst history of this ?E-r,n. hisdeath will beuniversally:regrcUed. cjqntjfa" _ ., - - ?'?! i? TueDivisi-rr ok Was?A writer)- not a hun ii miles distant, trowing eloquent in the praises ^me tawdry, ghastly looking wax figures,'say? " ""observer feels i:o condemnation what! ' ' lc^xiHS?P?n tl>esacred scenes ropresej *, 0n the contrary, as if dwelling beneath ,t ligbt of his Maker's cou^|euaiice." ' r Angeisand ministers of grace, defend us! Covstv ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 8 June 1853

INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. T he undersigned take this occasion to remind their friends ?iid the public generally, that in connection with the office of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up for ?he execution of all kinds of ??I.AirV ANDORNAMENTAli PRIKTIIVC. Their materials being mostly uew, and embracing the la test styles of Job ?ype, and then ittrge and well selected stock ?r j.aper, cards, inks, Ac., being purchased at the O'vest Cash prices, and the Job Oflice being a distinct ?lo partment, caiefully and efficiently managed, they can guars n \ee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the .\catne*H, Accuracy and PrompincM. with which their work vrlll be done. They are piepared to execute Cards, Procr hmms", ClRCTI.ARS, l'oSTKRS, Libels, Concert Bills, Hu.l Heads, Ball Tickets, Bills L.\dinu, Steamboat Hank Checks, Auction Bills, Order Book", 1)rayTickets, Heeds, Freight Books, Notes, Railroad Blanks, Receipts, Hotel Kekistkr-s Pr...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 9 June 1853

\rOLlDlE 1. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 9. 1853. NUMBER 243 ?I)C lUljccltng 3ntcUigcnrcr, is published lAllV tki V.'EBKLY AXD WKEKLY, KY gWEARlNGEN &, TAYLOR, r slr?A*l.\CEN-] [o. I. taylor. j H. PENDLETON', ) gniTORS OLIVER I. TAYLOR, < hml0RS OFFICE?Xo. 21, Water Street, between Mcssoe jnJ Quincy. ?uSr, i*r annum $6,00 or 10 cciits jwr week Tn.\VMklr. peraimuia 3,00 WKttr " nil '?00 TKK.HS ok abvektisijig. [TV/i line* making a Square.] 0uesq?ar?. Mnsernon, $ ,60 .. ?' 2 ,75 0 1,00 1 week 1,50 " 2 44 - 2,30 .< ? 1 inonib, -J,00 " 2 4 5,00 44 6 " 8,00 ? " 12 " ; 10,00 Yk??v Advwtotmksw- 1 square, with the pririlege of "Hi"'ges? per annuuin, 15,00 One so care, ?vr quarter, changeable at pleasure, 5,00 Business""1 Professional Cards, (per annum,) not 1 excec?li??51incs' 5,00 Fo* Lo>u AnvERTisKscEXTs, liberal discounts will be nude on the above rates. XTKelir-ous notices, and advertisements for Charitable Institution Fire Comj?anies, inserted gratuitously. (?5-Al...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 9 June 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. Pablhhed nf N?. ill, Water Street, BETWEEN MONROE AND <*UINCY STREETS, SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR. E. B. SVTEARINGEN.] [OLIVER I. TAYLOR, TER3IS.?DAILY, per annum JS5 OO (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TRIWEEKLY, per annum, - . S3 OO WEEKLY, per annum," .... ?1 OO ?WHEELING, VA:? THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1853. Gold Mines in Texas?Humbug. 'Hie Memphis Eagle and Enquirer of the 2Clh learns from a gentleman of undoubted vtracity, who arrived the day before on the steame Empire, direct from Galveston, that the report of the ex traordinary gold discoveries in Western Texas is an unmitigated humbug, got up by land owners to enhance the value of their land properly in the re puted gold region. At Austin, which is within sixty miles of the so-called gold -region, from which our informant also came direct, the thing is well understood, and there no excitement exists. At Galveston and New Orleans, where the only excitement on the subject has existed, hundreds of gold hunters are...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 9 June 1853

[TOME DEPARTMENT. ' yjUJflSUAY MORSliVG, JUNK 9, 1353. ( OAT.* * * i? *n authorized Agent to pro SC^isi';r,ion5 1110 "'hMlins 'ntelligenrer. ,?Ward Fire CojrrAxr held .111 tlec The ri*s* for office on Tuesday evening and adopted tl0n "constitution changing the name of the Com ?n'".m <"76," "Bell Team," &c., to "It ' ^F.r<Co?.>> !"rie fallowing is the list of the efficien" officers , ,t?j for the ensuing year, who enter upon th- ir jt]C,; s with a determination to make this Company all that is desirable; l'r(sii!ent?S. F. Black, Esq.; Secretary?E"Se"e List; TretsI1rer-Thos. H. Logan; sanding Committee?D. Maclane, Esq; L. B. ?'la:na:id John Kennedy; ' 151 Chief Director?N. F. M'Noghten; " A. J. Sweeney; ?.gine?1st Director?John Scott. ? CJ " Win. Pemberton; Hoie?1st Director?W. W. Holliday; ? 2d " Win. Cotts. IsrtovED SoAr.?Mr. John Weitbreeht, No. 197, E?st side of Market Square, has opened an estab lishment here for the manufacture and sale of the laericsu Soap Compa...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 9 June 1853

INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. The undersigned take this occasion to remiiul their friend* ?ind the public generally, that in connection with the office of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly llttcd up for he execution or all kinds or PLAIiX AXDOBNAMEIVTAl PRINTING. Their materials being mostly new, au<l embracing the la test styles of Job ?ypc, and their large ami well selected stock *?f paper, cards, inks, drc., being purchased at the onrest Cash prices, and the Job Office being a distinct do (Kirtment, caieftilly and efficiently managed, they cauguaraii tee lo their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the WeainMH, Accuracy aud Prouiptacu,' with which their work will be done. They arc pieparcd to execute Cards, Proobjlmkes, ClUCCI.ARS, POSTERS, JaBEM, CoRCKRT Q|I.U, JSii.l Heads, Hall Tickets, J5ir.cs Ladinu, Steamboat Hit.!*, IUnk Ciieck?, Auctiox Hills, Orpkr Hookx, lilt ay Tickkts, Dkkds, Fkmoiit Hooks, Notice, Railroad Blanks, Receipts, Hotel...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 10 June 1853

yoUBlE 1. WHEELING. VA.. FRIDAY MOKNING, JUNE 10. \8B3. NUMBER 244 IS PrBMSHED nULY TKI WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, BY gVVEARINGEN &, TAYLOR, ?WEA?TNCEX.l [o. I. TAYLOU. r jj. PENTDLBTON", { EDITORS OLIVER I. TAYLOR, | bU 110RS OFFICE?No. 21, AVater Street, between Mcrroe and Quiacy. TEKJISt. ?jilf, per annum S6."0 or 10 cents per week Tri.Weetlr, lW annum. 3.00 ?-?ar " * 1,00 terms of advertising. [7>n line? making a Square.] 0M ?o.re, 1 Insertion 3 ,60 ?? 2 75 ?? 3 " 1,00 1 week 1,60 " 2 " 2,60 .< 1 month 4,00 ?? 2 " 6,00 " 6 8,00 ?? 12 " 10.00 Ft, VtuLT Advertisements?I square, with the privilegeof *^'imges, per animum, 10,00 Ore square. f**r <uaner, changeable at pleasure, 5,00 Business au<l Professional Cards, (por annum,) not oceeJins31'1*?' 6.00 Foa Advertisements, liberal discounts will 00 nide on tbe above rates. srHeifefous notices, and advertisements for Charitable losdtotionttnd Fire Companies, iuserted gratuitously. Ci"M*rriJSes and Deaths inserted gratuitously. ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 10 June 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER* T. H. PENDLBTON, ) Editors. OLIVER I. TAYLOR, \ ?jQltQr*' Published nt No. 41, Water street, BETWEEN MONROE AND QUINCV STREETS, B1 SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR. B. B. SWEARINGEN. 1 [OLIVER 1. TAYLOR, TEUMS.-DAll.Y, per annum S5 ?0 (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TRI-WKKKLY, per annum, ? ? S3 Ofl WEEKLY, per annum, ? - - ? SI ?? ?WHEELING, VA:? FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1853. CrOut Baltimore correspondent, under date of Wednesday, informs us that the democratic party -there seem to be in a perfect ferment. Those who were disappointed in getting office, and their name is legion, are rampant, and vocilferate loud and long anathemas against the powers that be. The Old Hunkers: re grievously neglected. The Ger man democracy loo, is up in arms. They say they have been slighted in regard to their share cf the spoils. Out of all the appointments only one or two Germans have gotten offices. They number in all probably four thousand voters, nnd believe themselves 'o hold the balance of...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 10 June 1853

Mr. McJJechen has just received a very choice selection oftlie latest, most useful, and popular publications of the oge, in clotli and innslin. Ste aJverlisement. ______ Tut? Snag Boat "Terror" lias arrived at Cin cinnati, having taken 23 snags, 6 sunken coal I l?afc?, and 12 trees from the river between Pitts bnrgh'and Cincinnati. She is to proceed to tho Aikansas river. Ueautifuj. Hat and Cir Emporium?Our old friend, Mr. W. W. J i meson, lias opened n very fashionable and ^eatly arranged Hat nnd Cap Sales Kooin in Slirivtr's line new buildings on Main Street. It partakes decidedly of Ihe Eastern touch, an I is fille'l with a fine assortment of Sum mer Hats and Caps. Persons wishing to adorn their heads with the best or the season, should call in at Jwieson's. See adveitisement in anoth er column. Fc*xitu*e.?Persons about to furnish houses, steamboats, &e.. are referred to the advertisement of -Mr. Berryiiii.1., well known as one of the most popular business men of the city. At...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 10 June 1853

INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. The undersigned take this occasion to remind thei r friends and the public generally, that in connection with the office of the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up for the execution of all kinds of PLAIN ANDOBJVAME.VfAL PRINTING* Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la .test styles of Job ?ype, and tneir iarge and well selected stock or paper, cards, inks, &c., being Purchased at the o*vcst Cash prices, and the Job Office being a distinct dc partmenf, carefully and efficiently managed, they canguaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the Neatness, Accuracy and Promptness, with which their work will be done. They are prepared to execute ^ Cards, Proorasjiis, _ Circulars, Posters, Labils, Concert Bills, Hill Heads, Ball Tickets, Bills Ladino, Stkambo.it Htr.&s, Hank Checks, Auction Bills, Order Book*, Dray Tickets, Deeds, Freight Books, Notes, Railroad Blanks, Receipts, Hotel Ric...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 11 June 1853

WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MOBNING, JUNE 11. 1863. NU MBER 245 ?i)c lUIjccliiig jFntclligemcr, is ruBMSiiisu nl,IV TKI WKKKLV AXl) WKKKLY, ilY SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR, r , S,rEA*I>iCF.X.J [?- I- TAVLOtt. r H. PENDLETON', f pni-rnno JlIVBR I. TAYLOR, \ 1-1)ITORS. OFFICE Xo. 21) Water Street, between Mcrtoe jud Uuiucjj , TUU.liH. ,m, i*r Sc.oo ?r 10 cents ;-cr week rriW?Uv,I?r?n?m 3,00 ttetklf " 1111 '?00 XKKJW OF lUVKUTIJil.X;. I T'n /.'?"* making . juart. J Doe square, l insertion ? ,60 Tuts[XESS CARDS. LAWYERS. I HA i A CI S '?' B<: K i\ , attorney at law. ? pern' attention she.- to collections in Ohio, Mar V t ? Brooke-md Hancock counties. Office for a few -4! V.'in stifct. corner nrjeflVnron. nir.4 ww':- - Charles Marshall, V r T ?? IE s li V A T t. A \V , Webster Street, v Jc CKNTKK WFIKKt.lNG. ?5nnn?AN Itlorm'y uml i'ouiiM'llor :i? law, Office No. 150, Fourth street, Wheeling, Va. ? .ynt !.n?v null Solicitor in Itlinuccrj-, Olfice No. tM7, Main street, Wukki.ino, Va. fcOSIll...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 11 June 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PENDLETON, OLIVER I. TAYLOR, S Published at No. 21, Wntcr Street, BETWEEN MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, B\ SWEARINGEN & TAYLOR. *. B. SWEARINGEN.] [OLIVER 1. TAYLOR. XJEttMS.?DAILY, per annum 9.) OO (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TR1. WEEKLY, per annum, ? - S3 OO WEEKLY, per annum, .... ?1 OO ?WHEELING, VA:? SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1353. Arthur Spring. This wretched man, as will be seen by o r tele graphic dispatches, was launched into eternity yes terday. The following is his exculpation of his son: Movame.nsing Prison, June 7, 1S53. 1, Arthur Spring, do most solemnly in the fear of the God, (before who I am to appear,) and in the presence of the Rev. John Street, and tha Rev. R. T. Kensil, declare that my son, Arthur Spring, Jr., (as far a.i 1 know,) had no hand in the murder of 3Irs. Shaw and Mrs. Lynch; neither do I be lieve that he had any knowledge of those persons being murdered. ARTHUR SPRING. Witnesses: Rev. John Street, Rev. R. T. Kensil. Bonn or Pu...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 11 June 1853

SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1S53. f 4-Vr. DiVin n>?i.XAKlsan authorized .Agent to pro cuir subscr'l,lion8 to the ^'heeling Iiitelli-cnccr. Circuit Cookt?Wkdxksoa v, Tuubsday asd pK?uV_Joi)GC Camdix I'uks ding.?A numb? of small cases were tr ed on Wednesday and Thurs day. On yesterday (he case of Wickham and Gos horn, assignees ol Marx Graf, vs. Martin Lewis & Co., of iSal|imore' was taken upand occupied the en.;?. Jay and will consume much of to-day. Russell * Fry for plaintiffs, and Nelson, Jacob & Peddle!"" for defendants. This is an action of) aorer broughtI'}' ,.laintill"s lo recover about 84,3001 u.ortb of goods taken by defendants from Steuben vilie. The plaintiffs claim by virtue of their Jeed of assignment, and the defendants claim that ?lC goods ivere fraudently purchased of them by Graf, and that they had the right to retake them ,s no litle passed to Graf or his assignees. The evidence is all in depositions, and the cause was submitted to the court, each parly w...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 11 June 1853

INTELLIGENCER , BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. The undersigned take this occasion to remind their friends and the public generally, that in connection with the office or the Daily Intelligencer, they have a Job Office expressly fitted up for the execution of all kinds of PLAIN ANDOBIVA!UK.\TAIj l?KtINTIlV?3. Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la test styles or 4ot? f ypc, and tneir large anil well selected stock or paper, cards, inks, ?fcc., being purchased at the owest Cash prices, and the Job Oilice being a distinct dc tartmeut, carefully and efficiently insnaged, they canguaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the Neatness, Accuracy and Promytnt's#, With which their work will be doue. They are prepaied (o execute L* Cards, Proorimhs*, _ Circulars, Posters, Labels, Concert Bit.ls, Dill Heads, . Ball Tickets, Kills Ladino, Steam do at Bills, Bark Checks, Auction Bills, Order Books, Drat Tickets, Deeds, Freiuiit Books, | Notes, Railroad Blanks, Receipts,...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 June 1853

volume WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 13. 1853. NUMBER 246 ?ljc iUljccling 3ntcUigencer, IS PUBLISHED DULY TKI WHEKLY iarDWBBKLY, BY sWEARINGEN &. TAYLOR, r , SVTEVRIWEX.] [o. !. TAYLOR. I H. PENDLETON, > iLlVER I. TAYLOR,} M)11 0RS OFFICE?Xo. 21, Water Street, between Mcrtoe a?J Quiucy. tuHr.i*'immm ; 5a.?? or 10 cents per week Tri.? ?tlr. per annum. 3,00 " TEltMX of advektmikg. [7tu line* making a Square."} 0* square, 1 insertion, ? ,50 .*! ?? 3 '? iirirrrrrrirrrrrrirrizrrr i,*oo 1 week, 1,60 .. ?? 2 44 2,50 " l month, 4,00 .. ?' 2 44 5,00 C 44 8,00 ?? 12 44 10,00 e . Yntt.T A overtime* KJrrs?l square, with the privilege ofA binges, per ajinuum,.; 10,00 One sqcaie. ?vr quarter, changeable at pleasure, 5,00 ityriiMlM Professional Cards, (per annum,) not Jx^liDS* lines, 5,00 Foa Lo*a Apvertiskmk.vts, liberal discounts will be -jdc oa the *bove rates. ?7"Keligious notices, anil advertisements for Charitable Institutions anil Fire Companies, inserted gratuitously. aS-.Marr...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 June 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. Published at Wo. ?1, Water Street, BETWEEN MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, B* SWEARING-EN & TAYLOR. C, B. flVVEAuKCKN.1 ^ [OLIVKR 1. TAYLOR. TERMS.?DAILY, per annum, 85 OO (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TRIWEEKLY, per annum, ? ? S* JJJ WEEKLY, i?er annum, - ? - - 81"" ?WHEELING, VA:? MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, IS53. The School Question. We have been so much occupied in Court for the past two weeks that we hnve been unable either to lestow any attention upon our depart ment in this paper, or to pay any attention to pars ing events. We have, therefore, barely glanced over the religious discussion which has recently occupied to so large an extent the columns of the Gazette; and we should not now even al lude to the matter were it not for an article wh ich appeared from the pen of a correspondent in the Gazette of Ftiday, and which has be^n already adverted to in the Local Department of this pa per. We care but little at any time for the scrib - blingsof an anonymous correspo...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 June 1853

home department. MONDAY MORNING. JUNK 13, ISS3. -~^n7~577ri> ( oaimax Is an authorized Agent to pro? ^jobKripIi?"? to the Wheeling Intelligencer. v IleurriE'-D Railroad.?Stockholders of this Company ore referred to the advertisement in anc other column. ^ The Oolbi.v State, of the Union Line, arrived vesfenlay ? ih a good trip. We are indebted to jhe officers for Cincinnati papers. TheCaxov S emuoat to be seen in ti e win-Jow of T. M- Parker is tome in Ihe way of ingenious confectionery. The '"lies say it is a sweet boot. The Pek-ons in tl.e liabit of purloining books from Ibis ctEce, and commuting other small pecu 1,lions, are known, and will be exposed if they do not qilit llwirnaughty tricks. 5^ PhiladelphiaSee the card of Messrs. Huv ,11,CVS, Hoffman & Koo.vs. 'who are commended 1S prompt and responsible Commission Merchants for the sale of Produce in Philadelphia. I The Soaps of the American Company made by Mr. Weitbreclit on -Market Square, are becoming vety popular in ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 13 June 1853

' - INTELLIGENCER BOOK AND JOB OFFICE. ? -The underslgnedtake this occasion to remind their friends and the public generally, that in connection with tl*c office ofthe Daily Intelligenccr, tbey havo a Job OffiCoNd3^ressl| fi tted up for ;beexecutionorall hinds of PLAIN ANO OKItAMEWTAL PB K NT IN ?3 ? ' Their materials being mostly new, and embracing the la teSt styles of* Job ?ype, and tbeir large and well sciccteJ stock of paper, cards, inks, Ac., being purchased at the owest Cash-prices, and the Job Office being a distinct do farunent, carefully and effirientlymsnaged, they canguaran tee to their customers entire satisfaction, as regards the NcatMOM, Accuracy and Promptness. " with which their work will be done. They are prepared to execute ??. Card*, Programmer ^ Circulars, PosTWW, XilKU, CONCERT Bl7.CS, Bill Hum, Ball Tickiw, Bills Lading, .Steamboat Bills, Baxk Checks, AuctionBrtu, Order Boors, Biat wwti, Deeds, Freight Books, 1 Notes, Kailroad Blanks, Receiits, Hotel Kesisters...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 14 June 1853

i<rni:rroy *; itttrjU;p|lBM>.faga ai toiLji Hi aty->:: ?w pB ? ? afTWSiyrJSi V<fU. ism's ??^j^lgyy" ****''***?" **? y^^CTtV I<jM?i.?ST -^-Uj^.^&i; &> :i\ ?*???-"-?yv>>=i-?> 1&&1*r-v i '?*.-<?*?- ..^^<b_ -? OTMBER 247 ?hc iflljceling 3ntclligeiircr, IS PUBLISHED nilLY TKI WBBKLY AND WKEK1*Y, BY SVVEARINGEN & TAYLOR, , sJSiUXOKX-] [o. I. TAYLOR. ^gg^TAvgofaJ OFFICE?f"- 2I? u'ater street, between Mcrroe anil Quincy TE K.TIM. ; ss.00 or 10 cents ycr week ;rf .XTeeW, I*r annunL y.. 3,00 KeetiT " ..1,00 TEBW* of AUVJKKTI8ING. [Ten linct making a Square.] ?????. Hn??on 8 ,60 :: 5 - ? .. 1 week, 1,50 ? ?' 2 " S.SO ? ? 1 month, . 4 1)0 .< " 2 " 6,00 .. ? ? " S.oofjj .. ?' 12 ; 10,00 , viuiTA.tnwrotMMr??I square, with the niitifcse <* ? *',,nSts> l*r la,00 0,? jemre. ivr <uarter, changeable at pleasure, 6,00 mIdwiM Prolessional Cards, (per annum,) not I exceeding 5 liae*? ...6,00 Fnt U" .4???tmh?ikts; liberal discounts will ?iM ...

Publication Title: Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wheeling daily intelligencer. — 14 June 1853

DAILY INTELLIGENCER. J. H. PBWPUBTON, J Editors. OLIVER I. TAYLOR, < Published si No. 91, Water Street, BETWEEN MONROE AND QUINCY STREETS, HI SWEARINGEN & TAYIiOR. K. B. SmejlRINOKN-l [OLIVER I. TAYLOR. TEBJM,-DAILY, per annum S3 OO (Or 10 Cents per Week.) TRI WEEKLY, per annum, ? ? 83 OO WEEKLY, per anuum St OO ?WHEELING. VA:? - TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 14. 1853. UXThe Gazette and its correspondents attribute to us want of courage, and call us "time-serving"' because we will not take up the cudgels against tbe Catholics. Let us see where the courage and in dependence is in the case. There are sixteen Pro testant Churches in town and one Catholic Church. There are, supposing we have a population of 20, 000, seventeen tbousaud Protestants, and only three thousand Catholics. We, deeming that it is not our province to teach religion and array one portion of tbe religious community against the other, and create an angr?, perhaps murderous ex citement, decline to open our batteries o...

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