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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 30 August 1860

gail? 1 tttrtligcum Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Thursday Morning, Aug 30,1860. Katification Meeting. ON WKDXK3DAY, TIIE 12tii OF SKPTKSiltEJl, ihr jmcoud day of the Fair, the UcpublictuiM ol llir FJHihWidle wi?I hold a grand ratification meeting in ll?U city, commencing at 7 o'clock iu the evening. Dioiuiguiihcd speaker? from abroad will be yrcbcut. Ki'uublieun Executive Commute. litllK KBI'UISLICAN KXKOL'TIVK statu com I >1 IT 1'KK jur nutifk'ti tu meet ;Lt Iliw KepuMican ileatl Quarter.. "U Thursday, at 2 1*. M., to consider imixiruut bu.iucM. By urdur of sr,^t I. >1. l'USll'HItEY, Chnirtuan. l>ISTKKS3fXO AX I) FATAL Acct iiknt.?Yesterday morning, about ton o'clock, an accident of a most distressing nature occurred on the National Road, lujs tliau a mile east of the city, by which an old and estimable lady Was de prived of lilei ",uI an honored citizen perhaps fatally injured. Hon. Lewis Steunrod, in coropauy with his mother, and a small negro gi...

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. — 30 August 1860

CorBT?.^Y Compensated.?A Paris paper tells the following story, which we trans late for oar readers: A.young editor of a theatrical journal caHed lately on no actress living on a third story in the Rue Richtlieu. Leaving her rooms, be descended the stairway. At the first floor landing, a door suddenly opened, and a black-coatcd gentleman, stepping hastily out, ran against Hie young man. Begging pardon, he passed on, but turoing, after u step or two, he abruptly asked: "Monsieur, have you half an hour to lose?" "For what, sir!" '?To render me a service which will bring yon in a trifle of?say a hundred francs." ??Do you call that losing balfan hours?? That is it tou -?To serve as a witness to a will. One witness has failed to come: the sick man is dying. Will yon serve?"' The journalist consented, and, following the notary, found himself in a sumptuous chamber, near the bed of the moribund, and seated himself with the other wit nesses. The old man had no relatives, and made short work...

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. — 31 August 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA.. FRIT)AT ^?/ MORNING. AUGUST 31. 1860. NUMBER 318. - ?" ? ' - PRINTED AXD PUBLISHED JiY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iXTELLKiBNCER BVILDIXGS, .V. E. corner of Quincy and Main-SI*. TERMS: D iily,(by mail. payable in advance.).- $5,0(1 r.v the wpok : : 10 Tri-Weekly. (per year,payable In advance,) 3,00 #jf- Advertising done oil re:wonnble forms. All advertisementsfrom a-di stance. orfrora transient city customers. must be paid in advance. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. jEtna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, OjJicc of the Savings JBajils of. IVJieeiiug, Xo G3 Slain St. TIIK ABQVIZ NAMED COMPANY, having been fully organized, is now prepared to take risks at lpweaVcoiwisteiit rates. on Buildings, Machinery, Furniture, and Stacks of Merchandise, and against all Junj^Kattending the transportation of .Merchan dise on Rivers. Snis. Lakes. Canals and Railroads. Vindications for luoir.mce will he promptly at teiiilcil t?? by the President and Secretary. The pitronageof the public I* respe...

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. — 31 August 1860

gfaug gnumtjtnux CAMFlELL"& M'SEKKOT, EDITOmS AND PBOPBISTOB8. TKRMS.?DitLT, delivered in city, per weak, 10 rnti Dailt, by mall, In ?drum 4S,W Tu-WIXXLT, ky mail, inadvaocv- 3,00 Wmi^by mall, in advance,... 1,00 W H E E"l "i Nt g \ " Friday Morning, Aug. 31,1860. . Fourth Ward Meeting* The .Republican meeting that was to. have taken place at the Lincoln and Ham lid pole, in the 4th Ward, on Saturday rveniOg last, will come off to-morrow eve nidpit * o'clock. Ren*aiiftfter that, Lincoln men of all tbe . Ward*. Torn out, and let the Wheeling Iwn'iin see whether there are not more than a^MltfUoien of you. Wr-pablish on the first page of our pa per to-j8aj-, an interesting letter from the Hon. Alex. Rives, of Charlottesville, to Thos. Sweeney, Esq., of this city. As will be seen, the procuring cause of the letter was an articlc which appeared in the Jnitiljpeneer of tbe 21st inst., giving an ac count of the proceedings of the two Demo cratic. Conventions, and the speculations conce...

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. — 31 August 1860

Hail? gutcllijicum Largest Circulation of any Paper ir Western Virginia. -^53* Friday Morning, Aug- 31,18607 Ratification Meeting. ON* WKDNKSDAY, TUB 12th OF SEPTEMBER the ?econd day of the Fair, the Republican* 01 xlif l*niihui>dlc will hold a grand rut i float ion meeting in thi-? city. c??nimoncin? at 7 o'clock in the evening, listing"ished H|?c*k?rrs from abroad will be present. FOR CAMP MEETING, Scar Lagrange, Ohio. ^ THE FINE STKAMKlt MINERVA, ."ill leave the Wheeling wliftrf for the 11 *Tr"Tni* iin|i (! round, near Iji^rnnge. Ohio, awl , ,,lv a ft"' rolls from the Riror, itt 7 o'clock A. M. on ,-niiday Morning. arrivingut the gixun J at 6J4 o'clock. Keturiiing at 6 I*. M., and iirrire at Wheeling at C . clock, fare for tlio round trip id ct?. aug31.-2t tFOH RENT-?A Cottule Ilou<?e on the Central part of U10 Idlalirt: It has four rooms mill ,1 kitchen. Apply to STO.S'E k TltOJIAS, Dry U.wds Store. ang.H-tt " jjgf-AcciiiKST.?Lust til^lit u man na med Sparks, :t huckster, ...

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. — 31 August 1860

ffintg &IJUCSB. ii r?> granS failure of lit car. B5 pe-iienc* fcns neaey peaseieraiict toe Trier atac plisi ts>s it ex hocr. Tr.-t- uiT.it s; Caz. greae HfeH ? fremd. ffic finn?* 7 cisticrnist 38sssr=. Hair.tr-c and S K - cisaa; is pri^sis life. I isa*- nai. oa: i. is crat ^reai tniii inai ib~r icnow to* to * hotel- 1- food <?f urficatrs mfi Qii:iomsrj T tol t?L siii- Jk cafcrier imo your iasf s.ui. tbec. basjie Jor & t, a?in ?wilt ihe Diet aer. of s-ocr coas ???'?' -xr? ibe guar-.?? ?db>* ttxt d-sapy-a;'.- a-nc J :.fa ?*i? expedite iijltigi for vos in cbbs". eevs Bct * siill seller j/i?.c ;s to pisr* T=ur ens-ner os lie ii&dsr ?s irTeni-d g'tssi- Xo? phis? " rw pa-: or ? *-rr:5 ibe coarser sRaics gigF.T^r diaiersios?_ anii iocc aies ii n> br * ha* coiitiT - Ts* neriiocf- mat wmtss tr f-eenzx ii c.r* txsij' Yds cbi fiioisj "srrii vgc; ?=5: HeSort ?out cei^iswit s sutp-pitte is recaored. na toe ceaes cntaes up chimes ?srit'n t-TDaxin^ rapicitr. at tie wt 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. — 1 September 1860

VOLUME 8 NUMBER 319 WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, I860 l'l:!NTKl> ANU J'UltLlSlIKD 1)Y CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, UTEM.1CESCEK BVILDIKUS, y. E. corner of Quincy and JUainSs. TERMS: p, !/.(bTmail,payable'? a.ivance,). $5,00 r., -.he ?'?k 10 jy-tfreklv, lPer J,Mr>payable !n advance,) 3,00 ?~_ Advertising done on reasonable terrni. All advertisements from a distance. or from transient ri.rfB1tomera. mutt be paid in ad ranee. INSUSANCE. "insurance. Etna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, Ojicf at the Saving* Hani: qf M'heriiug, No 63 Main St. rnilF. IBOVK NAMED OMPAXY. having be.-n 1 fall* ?Kani?d- is "ow prepared to take ri?k? ,<L^t B.n.V.ellt rate*. on lluiMiii?-<,-Machinery, r ,?ituro I'l l St K-lu or Merchandise, and against u Jui-erlatt?." ling the transportation of Merchan * I Piters. *"H I.akes. CanaU an 1 Rnilroadn. ,r?l!c-i!i..n! f>r Insurance will be promptly at , *ffi u t,? tlx- President ml Secretary. "Si. oitpmaieof the public Is re <pc.-t fully soli...

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. — 1 September 1860

CAMPBELL & ITDERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TKJlMS*?Daily, delivered In city, per week, 10 couta Daily, by mail, in tulranee? $5,00 Tri-Wekkly, *?y innil, in advance,... 3.00 Wmklt, b jmail, in advance,. 1,00 w heelTngT"' " Saturday Morning, Sept-1,1860. Thk article which we publish on our first page, from the Wellsburg Ifernld, is worth a careful rending. Thb Republicans of Martinsville, over ibe river, will raise a pole this afternoon at two o'clock, as announced in tbeir ad vertisement. They will be presented with a flag bj the ladie* of the village, and will have some good speaking, and, altogether, they expect an edifyinpr and interesting time. The Fourth Ward Masting. The postponed 4tb Ward Repnblican meeting comes off this evening out at the Lincoln and Hamlin pole, in East Wheel ing, at 7 o'clock. Remember ibat everybody. As we said yesterday to the Republicans, turn out and see whether the Wheeling Union has misrepresented your strength to the public abroad or not. If...

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. — 1 September 1860

flsilij futdligciue* e*-^ ~ - -_vr ?? ?. ? -? _ -?; Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. -SO Saturday Morning, Sept-1,18607 Batification Meeting. 0V WKDNKSDAY. TIIK 12t# OF SKPTEMUKK. J},^ mhtoiiiI day of the Fair, tlie Republicans ol panhandle nil! bold a grand ratification meeting /rtiliif- citv. commencing at 7 o'clock in tlie evening. from abroad will be present. LINCOLN 'MEN, RALLY. rnHEKEI'l'nLICA-SS OK MAUTINsVILLK WILL I htrt a |Hj]f raising tlii? afternoon at 2 o'clock. wbSch occ*?i? ">e l?Ji?* *"? liferent them with ? vrumiuant speakers are t-Mi-u>ru J to ntten!. *i .tiaulu nu n auiVTVid* Awake Club of Wheeling nriti.1 li. attend. ?eptl-lt* ?jg-OrR rfillers will remember the l!0,v of a couple of negroes who were r.)bbi?S a keif r003t> wl">u ?ne, whose conscience was not so thoroughly seureil other's, asked if there was not a bin.* possibility that the act of yanking [lit fowls might he wrong;? "Dat is a great rjor.il questin, Cuffic," said 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. — 1 September 1860

: *t?> {From the Home JodraaQ It was the ofaVokl story I told to Rosalie: It vnthe nre?t old answer - She whlnered bade to me; Andlben the o d. old picture, '? You might bare Men, I wise? Her tremor, blushes. smiles and tears? Her tfeldiBf tomy Idee. It was the old, old rtory? Tbe bridal end tbe flowers: And now the sweet old sequel? Long years of happy hours. iod yet, and yet I often think. Despite what others say, I ambj fkr the happiest man J;XgsT~, 'flje youth who stands - at ihe, bar Trjth a glass of liqnor in bis hand, consider Vbich jbe had better tbrow>way?the li ' qnor or fiimaelf We never bad a glimpse of a tiny; pretty tpetping out from nnder tbe crinoline, ? bnVwe thought of the sentiment, "There a divinity which shapesjonr ends." . A Yankee bragging of having killed a jonng panther whose tail wsi "three feet loogr Brown observed that the animal .died, seasonably, as tbe taxi was -long enough not "to .be continued." fwwm????????? The Latest and Most Fashionable Dry...

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. — 3 September 1860

WHEELING, VA. Vi,^ l!-t| ->-.1^4-i* , i--, i-,- ?m ,,ilw. ?^.;^=--"".-..-=; :??- * - MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 3, 1S60. NUMBER 320. .... , ? . - rJUXTKD AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT jjjtklmojwcbb nni.Di.vGs, ,V. F.. corner of Qitincy ami itaiU'JSts. a- E K. M S : 1).iiIy.e>T mHil^yaWe 'a advance,)? 43,CK j:v the Week....'...; -y^ Vri-'.V.ekly, a,eryear,payable in advance,)... 3# gjj- .Vircrtiiing done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance. orfrum transient Ci:r customers. mnst bo paid in advance. INSUR ANCE . IUSU^NCE, iEtnaInsurant OJiix at the SAiingl?tl rTIIK AHOTK NAJlfo I fcilt oreanizftj, iii now prepare,! .t ci>nii<UMit .rates. nn ItniidhiKs. MactUnary, Vornitur*. anil'St-iclo of Merchandise, and ajrafnrt ?I".hn?en attending the transportation! or MerchaiP j'vmt flivers,Si;*? Lake<. Canals and Ilailroade. ' 4?.,lie:i.mi f>r In-ntrancc will be prompt ly at t.n.lel t." I'V ?!lt' I'riHi'lciit and Scvretarv. Th- i'iir.mi?e'>f"" p...

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. — 3 September 1860

ailg ?ttteHigenm CAMPBELL & M'LERMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. VKR Mrt.?Daily, delivered in city, p?r vre?k, 10 cents Dailt, by mail, in adranc?.. $5.00 Tu-Wewt, by mail, iu advance.... 3,00 WiHLT.bj mail, in advance,. 1,00 ^ w h'eTlIn gT" Monday Morning, Sept. 3, 1860. . We know how bard it is to get a man or a set of principles or a platform or any thing or any person^ of a political kind Unit is not to a. certain degree vulnerable, and that is not liable to ingenious cavil from some quarter or other. We never hare and we aiV certain that we never intend, so long as we keep our senses, to set up a claim that the Republican party j is a perfect one?that all its promiuent j men are unobjectionable?that they are ; nny "better than many of the leading men i of other parties. We do believe that Abraham Lincoln is a thoroughly honest, j reliable, democratic man. We believe that ; he sympathises with aud appreciates the j requirements of the millions of our coun trymen to a greater d...

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. — 3 September 1860

tt8_ Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Moniay Morning, Sept 3,1860. Ratification Meeting. 0v WKDXKSDAY, TIIK 12ril OK SKPTKMBKR, Ilie aecoud of.the fair, the Republicans u( ,(ir ivnhaadlc <vii: hold a grand ratification lilevtilig in tJjii litr. commencing at 7 o'cl.x-k In the evening. yktinfui-Uied siHjjiters from abroad will lie present. py-l'iiK Hki-lbi.ic.in .\1 luting in the Fourtli Ward on Saturday night was the greitcst demonstration of the campaign, in the city. It was an enthusiastic gath trinjj of the Fourth Ward Lincoln men nod many o.r their brethren from tho oiiitr wards. It wis larger than we upected. although not larger than we well tr.ew could turn out on a short call any (tening, ??d lt wa5 we" calculated to u|.tn the eyes of the Wheeling Union to toe fact that there are more than a few or tj when once we are right well stirred lip. AH that is wanting is n lew more 'artist" sketches from the Union to make our men turn out and have overwhelming...

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. — 3 September 1860

' i : :r ? The Song of Abbaska. PRELUDE. And then Abbasea sang a song. Of love that waits and watches long? That waits and suffers and is strong; And np and down the instrument. And in and out the gilded chords. Her slender fingers flew, and madt? Arabian muaic for these words: SONG. Oh'sad ar<* they who know not I nc. But. fir from paasious rear* and smiles. Drift down a o>? vDlne ?ea. aud pass The silvery coasts of fairy isles. And sadder tl??y whose longing lip* Eussmpty sir. aud neTer touch Th? *rarm months of those they Iotc? Waiting. waiting. suffering much! But rich i? lore to those whose hearts Touch, and beat sweet y to the close. Like happy cymbals. Blessed .ire they! The l?ad and l>L*cau of life for those. To Mart.?I nrn thinking of the time. Vary, when sitting by thT side, and shell ing beans, I pmtd on tl-.ee. and felt a wondrous pride, in silence leaned we o'er the pan, and neither spoke a word, but the rattling of the beans. Mary, was all the sound wc heard. ...

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. — 4 September 1860

VOLUME 8. ?? ? ?..i ' i - SEPTEMBER 4, 1860. NUMBER 321 MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY yj CAMPBELL & MDERMOT, IXTELHOBSCBR bdildjkgs, ?. E.nrnT nf Quiacy arul Jtain-Sti. TERMS: ptiir.(brm?ll.P?J*l'l8 in adrance,). $5,00 B? the Week - 10 Tri-IfMllr, (per )f oar, payable In adianoe,) 3,00 gg- Ad?rti?ins done on reasonable terms. All sdrertfrenisnts from a distance, or from transient tiir cmtoiMn, meat be paid in adTaace. .1NSUSAN C E ... INSURANCE. ?tna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, Ofiee at the Stirinfft Jtonl- of Wheel iugt \o?63 Main St. Tug ABOVE NAMED COMPANY, having been f;||r organized. i* now prepared to take riak* ?? !???.'consistent rate*, on Ruildingp. Michinerv. Far*"?' St^k-Jof Merchandise, and apiinst aJJ (Ua?e? att?n?llng the trcmportiLtion of Merchan j> on Rivers. Sen r.*k*?. Catiah and 1: ail road p. ,|r.niic?ti?>!? for Insurance will lie promptly at t, ,,j*l u> br th?* President ami Secretary. Th* pat ramie of the public !* respoctfnlly solicitod. i. r. IULDRKTH. ...

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. — 4 September 1860

ailg jjutellipnm CAMPBELL & M'BEEMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. VRRM8.?Daily, delivered In city, per week, 10 cenU Daily, by mail, in *dr*nce^ 46.00 Tiu-'Weexxt, ky mail, iu advance^ 8,00 Wxxxlt, by mmn, ih adrance^.. .....1,00 W H K~E L I.N Cr ; Tuesday Morning, Sept. 4,1860. We referred at some length, in yester ttnjay's paper,.to the Grand Repablicau Demonstration !n the Fourth Ward, Sat urday night. It was, as we said, a glori ous rally of the friends of Lincoln, Ham lin, and free labor, and perceptibly honatcd the proud cause of Republicanism on ward and upward in this latitude. ' The responses -that were made and the enthu siastic cheers that were given, show bow deep and wide and all pervading is the Republican feelingiu our midst. It shows more than words can tell, that the hearts of the people are in tho gre.it struggle now going on throughout the length and breadth of our country, as to whether the policy of our government shall hereafter be that of slavery or freedom. ...

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. — 4 September 1860

ta. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Vir{finia.~e? Tuesday Morning, Sept- 4, I860. Ratification Meeting. OX WEDNESDAY, TUB l'.'in OK SEPTEMBER, the second day of tile Fair, the Hepublicana ol tbe Panhandle nil! hold a grand nitificatiun inciting in this city, commencing at 7 o'clock in the evening. piatiatjui*Ucd speaker* from abroad will he prxauac. A CARD. )|i.J?o0.lli*ii?:-Ai I tee by your adver tiieamnt iu tliia uiorning'a paper, iliac you promise to pay orer promptly all aurne of money entrusted to you for collection, permit me thun publicly, ae I have been *o unsuccessful privately. to enquire whether rou receirod thu $500 reward ottered for the appre hension of Jacob rt. Harden, and if 40 why the aauio or a portion of it has not been paid over to me, who went with )'??. ?"'1 who Jointly arrested kim, and without whose assistance and information you would uot have known where te find liiin. J AMES W. WRIGHT. Wheeling. Sept. 3d. 1SG0. aept4-lt* jgjTWlIOLESAI.K ItoBUE...

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. — 4 September 1860

L?~" jgnteMigettcw. I'm wearing awa, Jean, LOu imw when iU thaw, Jean, To the land o* the leal: There's nae'sorrow there. Jean, There's sue canld there, Joan, The day la aye fair, Jean* In tlie Undo* the leal Ye were aye leal and true. Jean; Your task's ended now, Jean, And FU welcome yon To the land o* the leal; Oar bonny bairn's there. Joan. She wae baith gude and fair, Jean, And we grudged her right sair To the land o* the leal. Then dry that tearfn'ee Jean, My wral langs to be frei, J?#n, Ahd angels wait-on me To the land n* the leal; Now fare ye weel, my ain Jean; Thiewarl<r? care is rain, Jean, We'll meet and aye be ftin In the land o* the leal. [From the X. Y. Poet.} Gold. The lowly Are slowly Mounting en high. The powerful Sorrowful. Dreading to die. Thebeggar, So eager, Criea 'Pittance I pray1 And the great In their hate flpnru him away. Buffalo, August 28, Heavy Gold! What ahold On man yon have found; He will pell Unto Hell Hi* soul for apound. The haven Of Heaven All p...

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. — 5 September 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY-MOTIVING, SEPTEMBER 5. 1860. .... *:? - t- : <r -vvlt " NUMBER 322. I HKIXTKII AND PUULISIIKD BY LmPBELL & M'DERMOT, ^TEI'l'IGKVCBR buildings, V. K. arntrnf Quincy and Main-Sit. T K Tt M S3 s p,;l?.{l-JT m?il. pajr?bl? '?> ?dTanc*,). 45,00 . ' t!.e ir?k 10 ui.\tctij,u*ry"i'VyaW*ina*ni"x') 3,00 Adrertlwng dune on reasonable terms, ill *drartiwments from * distance, or from transient jit crrtomeT% mnit be paid In advance. JlN S H S A N C Er? Insurance. .Etna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, O&et at the Savings Bank- of IVheeliug, No 03 Main St. Tag iBOVK NAMED COMPANY, having been toll* organized. is now prepared to take risk* . consistent rate*. "n Ruildings. Machinery. * ir ?m. ?n?l Stocks of Merchandise, and against 1,ril#?!S attending the transportation of Merchan *. 'jpRirer-i. Few. bake?.Canal* an?i Railroads. ,l8licatu>ns for Insurance will be promptly at jjn by the President and Socretary. ftepttronageof the public is re.poccfully solic...

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. — 5 September 1860

CAMPBELL&IPDEEMOT/ EDITORS AMD FBOFRIKTOKB. TKBMS.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 cents. Daily, by znail, in advance,. f$tO0 Tu-Wexxly, by mail, inailvaoca, - S,00 Wxxkly, by mail, in advance,... 1,W> WHEELING;" Wednesday Morning, Sep* iftflO If halt-the charges which theTW^Wats bring against ?ach other are true, their companionihip hitherto must have been a source of very peculiar enjoyment to them. There is scarcely any kind of trickery and fraud of which they, do not. accuse each other. They brand, each other not only as selfish and dishonest now, but they bring ?what appear to be good proofs tliat dis honesty is nothing now to them. Their mutual deceits were bcgnn long ago. To "hear their testimony against encb other one would suppose that it must have re quired a great deal of forbearance on all bands to continue the partnership as long as they did. Deception and unfairness are charged not simply upon the subordinates, but upon the most eminent men of either side...

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