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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 November 1859

Jin uiJii/ s. n &.9U at' *. ?mlY ?hin<i JlrvoTtKt ^-i-? ?/o" rqp Kin r= ?*ui if? rrj vilir, ri 'Toi :V>* ofrc? jgjl r5QYiIIA< yi^if n*> 'H VOLUME 8. WHEELING, V A., SATU H I>.\ V MORN I NiJ, NOVEMBER 1-2, 1859. NUMBER 69. PKIXTKD 'AITO* PUBLISHED B\T' T J" CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, | 1STKLLIOKSCKR BUILDINGS,; y. K corner of QuiMCf and Stain-Sit. 1 ' f ilj-, (by nmil. payable in advance.).... 4? 00 ,, tin' Wetk, (payable to th^Cafri?n^ lo (Ji. Weekly, (per year, payable in advance.) 3,00 Advertising done on mwouable terra*. AlladnrtiwiiinnUfiroiD?dMaiice.orIh<iitranaieiit | ntj customer*. must be paid in advance. > CITY DIRECTORY. WHEELING POST OFFICE. Arrival and Closing of the Mails. Wa-liinpttMi, V*~ dailjv/excvpt Sunday.) arrived at ,j .\. Mh clcwo* at 3tf0 P. 51 Parker-bunr. (by tin* River ) arrives at 5 A. M., on Wclnefdav. Friday and fifcitay. Cl?*es at 9:30 A. Mm Monday. \\Vdwsday and Kth1.iv. I-ark.-n-liurv- t?v IL 1 W!. arrives at 6:43 1?. M. "lures ...

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. — 12 November 1859

CAMPBELL * M'DEBMOT, EDITORS ABO PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Dult, deilTtred In cttr, per week, 10 centa, Dailt, bj mail, in idniot, .*6,00 - Tmj-Wkd.lt, by mail, In adranee, .. 3fi0 WHEELIN G : Saturday Morning, Sov. 12th, 1859. Ors paper appears in new dress this morning from head.to foot,.and.presents, i (we sappose) a considerably altered and Improved look, a fact which can hardly be less gratfying to its readers than to its pub lishers. . . , A new dress is an era in tlie exieteneoJ>f "a journal and, by common consent through out newspaperdom, has come to be regard ed as'an occasion, when even the most dig nified sheet can speak folly,-freely, and even floridly, of its past, present and .fu ture. The custom is probably all right enough, hot we hays seen so much of it, and: generally the most of it, where there the least grounds for it, that we <hobse, this morning, to forego the liber ties >oftiie occasion, and to say our say Tery briefly. v We expect to keep on doing pretty m...

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. — 12 November 1859

pug gutcllijicttcn Saturday Morning, Nov. 12th, 1859. "^y-Ot-K Nkw Drkss.?AVith a view to a proper understanding with the public, this department wishes to state that it is not .,r,>ud if it is rich and prosperous. An in diridual mar attire himself ia a new snit 0I dothes, and it does not necessarily fol l?ff that he should be "stuck up." We doll cunt inue to remain on respectful Knas of intimacy with "poorer people in plainer clothes," provided, of course, they lH.0f good family. If we see any bnnd j.orafr newspapers than the Daily Inttlli .rtrir. we'll mention it. jjjjyKiLLKK ox Tiir. Railhoad.?A man rjmed William Burgess, was killed on the t>vehind k Pittsburg Railroad, at Stcu Naville, on Wednesday night. He had l^a loafing around the depot during the jat. drinking a good deal. When the {own train arrived, Burgess saw a friend 1? one of the ears, to whom he stood talk iifsnd holding on to the window of the tir. When the train began to move down, I,nv-.ilked backward, talki...

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. — 12 November 1859

From tlie Home Journal. THE DREAM OF LOVE. *r aiount r. irotius; ': I Hi Fvo never woven In my rbyuus, it Life-cherished from the world apart? A dove that never tries it* wing. But brood* ami nestle* in the heart. That name'of melody recalls - Her gentle look and winning ways Wbow portrait hangs ou Memory's walls, In the food light of other daA s. In the dream-land of Poetry, Reclining in its leafy bowers, Her bright eyes in the stars I see, And her sweet semblance in the flowers. Her art em dalliance and grace? The j??y that lighted up her brow? \ ~ The sweet emre-wion of her lace Heir form? it stands before n t uowJ And I can toney that I hear The woodland songn she used to slug. Which stole tp my attending ear. Like the first harbingers of spring. The beauty of the earth was hers, And hers the purity of heaven; Alone, of all her worshippers, To mc her maiden vows were given. - They little know the human heart. Who think such love with time expires; Once kindled, it will ne'er dep...

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 November 1859

i 9faft&4$gri U&l I . -. ? . -riY.V^Tr' vor.r me ? TSSBg&SXBBSm Nl- MBBR 70. rnlNTKD AND P01ftflSftSI>: l!T CAMPBELL & M'DERStOT, iXTEtWOEJiCER BBIIBISGS, - > X. crt-i-'r a/ Quinc) unit tWfin-tSTj. * 4 : ? i .? ? I J . T IS R MS: ?. pijr (In mail. payable in mlviuicr,).?. .$5.00 ,, ,'tf Wn*. t l?robta.t(..tlK-05?*wrV-....:i..i- < }10, \\,ckl/. (i*r year. in iiiTmnw.)...: "a,00' ? AilToltUinjc tlono on rtMsonalilo tcrnu. j]] luKprttomii'iit* frimi n <lh*t mice. Ar from tmnaicnt r x rn-t?*mrr?s must In- pni.l in advanro. CITY DIRECTORY. WHEELING POST OPPICE. Arrival and Closing of tfce Mails. Wj-liiii^t' II. r-1- ?U.ily. (Kci'l.t Piiiulay.) arrives at ? A M.. . at Wui 1'. M. !".rlo r-l.nrK- <!?}' Uft5 '? nrr'vc* ?t 5 A. SI_ on . 1 rainy ait.l Mnnfiy. Clore* at ft30 A. 1I_ V [mL?v. H'?liH*Mlay:;n.l lOnv. p*rU?>l?urp. I.y 1?. i 0VR. B? nrrivw nt 0:43 I*. 31 A.M. U'J. \Inil Train from the Kwt, arrives at 1:?.*5 A. M ,>r, at ?c4.*> P. M. C. K.xiT'?'...

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 November 1859

CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, BDITOR8 AXD PEOPRIKTOBS. TlBXS.-Oun.Mhndigeiij, per weak, 10 ceata. Duir. by mail, in advance, 4i,oo by man, in advance^- 3,00 W?sn.T,by mill, inadTaM^....- 1,00 w II K E L I N G : Monday Morning, Nov. 14th, 1869. Somethimo seema to have goue wrong with Simon Cameron, in Pennsylvania.? One would have thought, a few weeks ago, from the tone of gome of the Republican papers of that State, that Bhe was a unit, one and undivided, in favor of "the only man to carry Pennsylvania," as they some what presumptuously styled Cameron.? Now, however, it nppears that so far from being unanimous in his favor, there exists there a regularly organized movement to push him aside, and put somo other man on the Presidential track. The Pittsburg Journal, after having remained entirely non-committal on the subject of the next candidacy, came out a few days ago, in a long article, boldly declaring in favor of the Hon. John M. Read, one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of that St...

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 November 1859

Hailfi ittttttigme* Monday Morning, Ho v. 14th, 1869. jgrTiiK Market.?On Saturday morn iOjr, the market was well supplied with all limls of produce, and was attended by an niusiially largo number of people. Oood . tatter was plenty, at from fourteen to I fightecu cents per pound. Vegetables J tfrt abundant and sold nt the usual prices. (fhore was no change in meats. Our townfolks, who, bnsket in hand, fjonter past the well filled stalls on market nurning, have, we dare say, a rather imper il idea of the sleepless labor required on the part of the marketmnn to get their stalls thus handsomely storked with the good tilings of this life, in readiness for the needs their customers. The hucksters, or aany of them, nre on tha ground about iu=k of the night previous to the n arket dir. The country dealers begin to arrive .bout midnight, and their arrivals continue until morning. From 1 a. m. until daylight the butchers are at work cutting up their BKit, and the sounds of thf saws and clea ...

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 November 1859

ELI P. NORTON, No. 10 Ni tdO?ljaUMitirtw OB), j. nun 1WUI BASJU BYRD & HAIjIi, UMBRELLAS & PARASOLS KS&.KT Uffyvfi a? jUm iMaltfoy House, BilTHtOBB. SL XT. MALTBY, Prop'r. ?>CrtATHl ?a Ml 1~ fli.11 ..<nm Mi.mTtalil.. in <1.1 i ill ? .<?! ? PUBUSUESLe An vaauuu maiiu a Books and Stationery, 262 IklUaure Street, 'Oppr+9U Jftjedx^r ?rwt; . j ^ - ' Hftitimorc, M<L 1 Offv a f'iU ?**r*rtm-vt ut SCHOOL. CLAn?2?A L. LA U* ; MBW ALl JHHOtLLASW^UOOKf. IVy are prepwl to nwctti1 oKet* f c Iinou%. OAlJBiZXXirfSr~BQrn* on ttw; m ?-t Srrrjn.LV l?7m. THE1E gJVCK. ?TATU>XJCE\ -ax?W?cW>r. it? 1 braiitboi. and rotftain* a'rkriM afc&ortm^ixf. i?1*, . : Fall and Winter, 1859. j WIWKONfi*, | STRAW GOODS.' RIBRONf*, GOODS. IMSTEOUG, CAT OB. & CO. ' . ixneroi * iomv or BONNET SILKS & SATIN., Ribbons, Velvets, Bnehc% Plower?,' Ft?tbef?, Sfjraw Bonneta, PUU, dtc., < "50. 237, L^rxfc Of .220 B^lt5nm. BALTlttOBE. UD. I Offirra^ort ownrja#H In the ttiStrf Wat? in ...

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 November 1859

753~nx5TTJ?0irr .^ahtft^alona si! llttfiTUil H30<f-fc*:ii \~>dw t'ix v% v. i-.1 nidt ul i? itlm-joi f rnort o Jvfjoiiti or* '_*? 'm?f -^IB ' IL^i fjiadt ? hv,' "! ??sl rjbj veo ? sa i\i". ?* Islli ,hws 14 ,' ?? ??- -III ijmr" ?>:? -wwhwliimr. v a., tui'SDAY tfornina. NOVEMBER If). 1859 ... ... j .... " -'V>r -v - rli/ W - J*t*9 J ? Vi. ' J ?* volumes: NUMBER 7] )np St-K conicr tifQutntyand Afttfti-as. i I ?ATTSll V. l*X ^S7(. r-> jr , , ; 1 , ?, . '0 i IMily,(by mail, payable in advance,). ...45,00 *9-Advertising done on reasonable term*. CITY tilBECTORV "wHKELISG POST OFFICE. Arrival and. Closing of the Maiia lr^r,'DKi !''*!??? arrives at 6 A. M? on ?" "? ?0:43P.M; Cl2? atfclS KM.j|| ***? ???*?* 1:53 A. CiSS^Tio^'m rrUm U'? W> "TiVC' at 8^3 A- M. <?5?pt 8nh a^^rp^n>1^-)>n^eial ? f w c.^t^rA,("cc"t S"M?r.)?mvc?n|12M. St.CInlrsvnie,arrivMat8KM: Closesat 9-.30 A. M Buadv') #??? at 4 ? M Tnwlay, Thursday and Satur <say,atl2tt. Closersauit* days At 1230 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. — 15 November 1859

WHEKtING: I TBMday Morning, Hot. 15th, 1859. Tn Sew York papers ue jost now very much concerted aboutllie'J&tUre" of* Sc*"** 'Sort Sot. aboat it coalinmag !to) be a big town, and U>e, probabili ty of the ships and emigrants still coming there, bat about , of the stmeg up Wftjtri^hjl Hi i | ?il lit the papers, prflyjwiijntpf a paper, last week, be fore the Beal Estate Association, in which 4)iXMwfr ihpwn, or stated, perhaps we should say, that taking the ^aee of ground on -the island not jet built on, and deducting a proper proportion for churches, public foetaling establishments, *C-, *c.. the Dumber of lots still unbuilt upon must foil short of 80,000. 1 ~ This condition of things exercises the Mqpttu a good deal, and that sprightly pa perls led into agreat moral reflection as to,how the Metropolitans are going to get along by and by. Looking to the near at hand future, it thinks that it is not too *' ktek-ts 'prtdiet' that many year* win not flipsa when the entire Island wi...

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 November 1859

Tuesday Morning, 3T6V. 10th; 1858. TriiQ of William Stewart for " Murder of Us Brother CIBCUIT OOl'RT JUDOK TBOlfPSOK PKKBIDIXO This case, the circumstances which to it having occurred on the 16th of Sep tember last, came up for trial yesterday. The prisoner looked a little paler thanuau M,"which Vfe BUppose t6 bo owing to rlose confinement. He shook hands quietly with t ic prosecutor, and' his seat. A jury, composed entirely gentleman from the country,- was empan nailed. A number bf.the'panel had form cd opinions, and some were opposed to capital punishment. C. W. Russell andJtiincsS.Wheat,Esqs appeared for the prisoner, and Majok- Good for the Commonwealth. [Here the Court, after waiting sometime for a witness, adjourned till after dinner/] At one o'clock, the witness having arri ved, th? juiy was sworn and the case proceeded- ; The indictment wns rend with the usual instructions to the jury in regard to the different degrees of murder. Major Good opened the case by giving a histo...

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 November 1859

A Fatal Duel. Between Blooda. j t jr.ouTT jiajstnoET oBa&w-BXffii Their anger waxed hot. And Mr. 8chntt replied to Knott Intertrra, no matter what. "Wrote Mr. Knott straightway to Bdiott, ? 7 And Schott replied to Knott ? Wrote Mr. Knott again to Schott, - And 8chott wrote back to Knott. So Mr. Knott from Sir. Schott, The deatlly challenge got. ... . And Knott wrote back to Schott That he declined it noL Now Mr. Knott and Mr. Schott ' TKiTr trlM wVolreri got, ' The trie hdsof Schott, Uu> lYMnda ofKnoft, All went Into the lot. -J OTTi U'-G Msi r .1 uul ' Big Mrj Schott WgMr. Knott, -Threei glorious rounds there , Onr Mr.lKdott he got the shot, % i :.i fought;: < ti And Schott he p* it not. , * UAl \/Sx. Knott had ml?ed hia nhol, , And Schott had mbaed his not*. Knott was shot and Schott waa not, * And Schott tho glory got. F . Moral.?'Tia better to be Schott than not. ?Southern Obitryer. ?: . t ^ '? . . .?????i Yet earth is lonely. The woodland sera %t .And the softly murmu...

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 November 1859

f' UH 'oxoa L->i rar- ' 1 i ??? bfttl i!-?ii< I ^nonll^^u^W i/ T^sr ? jit jJ-jh orf>* V3 Iv>au R'?-*?J los> I>#?o *if >dT odi ^tthcb .,; ?t-rl V .???*? h-.t?< r. n> ? TTTTc wm:i:i,i\(i, WKi>N-KME\%.fri<)KMN(;. novkmbkr k?. 1859 VOLUME 8 NTTMTCRR 72 - '? > i MJISTED. AM>JPUnLI8IUSD by CAMPBELL & M'DERMGT, INTBLLIOENCBB. BUILOlKee, X. K corner of Quincy ami Main-St.^ * TEB M-S's " . i ' IVnily, (by "mil. luyalilo in advance,)... 45.00 llj10 Tri-Weekly, (per year,payable in advauco,).*....... .53,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. , / i: All advertisements from adi*tanc?,?ar?ram transient city cttidotni'rH, must be paid In advance. ' - ' CITY DIRECTORY/ WHEELING POST OPPICK. Arrival and Closing 0/ the Hails. Washington, Pn? daily, (exccut Sunday.) arrives at 10 A.M.. clows at 33t?V. M. l?nrken?burg. (by tho Kiver.) arrives at 5 A. M? on y ednesday, Friday and Fnnrtny. Clones at 9:30 A. H_ Monday, Wednesday and Friday. ^gVarkendrarg. by 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. — 16 November 1859

i1CAMPBELL * * XDITOK8 UD PKOPSIETOfeS. TKR3C.?Duet, Sidh^lnaiy, per wedc, 10 ctqte. *l't ; > ? ""ft *?*"?*?--~ W WHEELING: C r, Joy. 16,1859. "Old Jons Bcows," considered merely ,? p? Urn pmiiRf ?bj?el-of-aew?pap?r ?dito-^1 vf7?fS&i **** tototh, and Old John Brown, as he actually exists, an animated ' kaaian being, a condemned, um our .atiaj ti5[iaids.??? State officials. We are ready to admit that hoik li&ve. lived longer than they oijgin to hare done.?It would have been well fi#j th| perhaps;, had they .^morning the Harper s irer-' av of briber,-, the editorial profession hare > compelled to look around for other itsaee wherewith to feed their tanrish Tbg ~*gadta, and this i? often-procured at Tery great expense. Nevertheless, we are willing to undergo our share, ont of con . alteration that a great deal more whole some food, than the "Old'John Brown" articles may be fonnd to supply its place. In a few weeks from this date, we will ,. have Congress?that great embodi...

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 November 1859

r ----- r?-?r?- :" - r- t-t ? *v? lAXgo?t Ciroulotidn of O Wednesday Morning, Nov. 16,1839. ?^TThk Council in Brady submitted ft resolution that the sum of $100 be appropriatedtoZ.Jacob,forprofee sional services. Adopted. The regular monthly bills were read and ordered to be paid. Mr. Pannell, chairman of committee on accounts, said there had b:en a bill pre sented from the Rough and Ready Fire Company, for work done to the. engine house. The company had not received its regular yearly appropriations. Mr. Jeflers moved for nn appropriation of seventy-five dollars. Adapted. Mr l'annell asked further time to report upon the Znne street bills. Granted John S. Armstrong, petitioned the'eoun cil for remission of lino. Referred to com imttce on petitions and remonstrances. I.-aac Blanchard and other;, petitioned the council, setting forth that the bridge across W hee jne creek, East Wheeling, wis jput of repa.r. On motion the sum oftwen! ty dollars was appropriated for its im provement. J...

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 November 1859

Itgmf*; -fair THE PAST ASD FUTURE. iSS rziii*-'- **** ? iT-??nH. awns. ffiiS~KS* s i HQ , A?? Rlorioaa sunny hoars. ^ 1 sssSxSSSBta; SgSaiSxsy^ "*7 were not made to but: ?, t. ^ ^not be dovneut Awocld there is unseen. ik?h"5Lbri*fc *nd IOT?'y >im. Itoth ftr fclip*. I wtei h _ K*ra''? diadem of green! _ So let us hare no far Bat walk right bray el. on. ' Thlroi^i Summer, Winter, Fall, Raying m upon ? That Father of us ?IL ^Tho notes a 'iptrrow's bit? Then Ufa with all Its changes, ^Wlseein freer light. That Lots Divine arranges Winter drear and Summer brijrbt. And all things doth right! For a trusting, taring heart, ^WBllnmrmg of delight, ^will to the mind impart A ray of heavenly light E'en in its darkest night! ^ know then that Spring then Is the Etrrnal yean Weal see then that ire then An# to Him most dear. Who my*-* Be of good chaer"! Glorious is the morn Summer lights the way. But fearful is the storm When Winter holds the sway Orer the darkened dxr. The microsoosmie soul Is ...

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 November 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VAM THUB&BA NMi&ER 73: hunted and published by JIPBELL & M'DERMOT, ieixigescbr buildings, w E-cornrr nf Quincy and Vuin-Stt. TERMS: IV noil, payable in advance,).? t5,00 WYek. (livable t? the Carriers,). 10 ,Hi-, (per year, payable in advance,).. 3,00 Vdiertising done on roasonablo terms, jfertisemcnta from a distance, or from t ranaient :?niers urn,I be paid in advance.' CITY DIRECTORY. Jeelisg post office. ival and Closing of the Mails. Jiottun. Pa- daily. (except Sunday.) arrives at Lei'**-'*"! 1*- M. ?i-lii'n--. (by the River.) .arrives at 5 A. M, on Jar. Friday anil Siitnhy. Closes ut ?J:30 A. M? , V\ niMnbiv mid Friday. r burir. I>y IL & O. It. arrives at C:43 P. M. ,t fiki A. M. Train fr-'in (lie East, arrives at 1:53 A. M it C:45 I'. M Train. fn-ni tl:e East, airivcs at 8:53 A. 51 il !0 A. M coubtien Train from tlic East, (except Sun nivisi at C:J3 P. M. Chmcsut 0:30 A. M. hcrA* (except Sunday.) arrives at 5 A. SI.? atM.Ol. Awl i Kttsbm...

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 November 1859

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS A*D PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Duly, dclircrcd in city, j*r week, 10 crnta. DiiiT, by mail, in adranctv ?5,00 T*l-W*ttLT, by mail, inadronce 3.00 WnKtr,by mail, inaUranctv- 1,00 WHEELING: Thursday Morning, Nov. 17,1869 Great anxiety is felt in New York, ac cording to the despatches, for the safety of the North Star, six days over due at Aspin wall on the 4th inst. For all that it has been now overaweek since the New York election, yet it is still a matter of surmise as to "whose who." It is stated by telegraph this morning, that two of the nominees on the Democratic American ticket are elected over the straight Republican nominees. This con fusion comes about from one party making its nominations equally from the candidates of two other parties. We should think that our dis-Union friends would be disposed to keep rather quiet just at this time about seceding from the Union, when one of the States has just been indebted to United States marines for conquerin...

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 November 1859

^lailir K |tiHigc?re x ? T.trcreet Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "Ml Thursday Morning, Nov. 17, 1859. ^sy-TtiK Steamboats.?There were nine (tci water in the channel of the Ohio, last evening, an abundance for all purposes of jtigatioii. The great side wheel steamer ir-'vle, was at the landing, yesterday, v illi her shingle up for New Orleans. She loaded down to the guards, with man ufactured articles, kc. ller hurricane ,i ;fc was covered with wagons, whcelbar f.,53. nn<l all sorts of wheeled vehicles. Orh was to have left lust uiglit for St. |.ouft. The Cuba, Capt. Thompson, that us been running in the Parkcrsburg trade, u;il resume her place in the 'Wheeling and Portsmouth trade to-day. The Altamont, ('apt. Johnson, is loading for below. Tlio liberty, Capt. Booth, will leave on Satur ii\- for Cincinnati We understand that t?w boat. James Wlianu, arrived in fjrkersliurg five hours after she left this city. _ jgfYoisa Lady Missing.?On the even i-^' of Monday last,...

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. — 17 November 1859

fjaito gntrUigtncft: The Kiss of the Queen. st w, ?. rosncs. [The fuOowfng little poem, from the Oociooati Emqmrcr, is a very exquUite gem. u it cualdn*t help being, "considering -who wrote ttTJ A1**? Cbartier, the Poet, Wad the the ugliest taxn in France. One day bb ?overeign found him In 4t*p'? dcUciuai tnac?. The lofty Lady Mtrgnrrt, ImpreB of the lau<L Found him as sb? iru passing With all her courtly hand; And in their presence down the knelt. With truly ruyal mitu And printed on bis homely lips The ki*** of a Queeu! "I do nut k*M the man.** she aid. But kiss hi* ?*ml that ?ings, And taste the honey of that mouth Tiiat say? such charming thin&f Obi tor a skill in minstrelsy like thine, old hard Or o'er the realm of Poeay Que**l Margaret might reign! [From the Boston Transcript.] At Church. At church once more. Towardher seat I turn my eyes in lean No need this flutter of the heart*? Be cmim??Le i* not here. 0 blank de?pair? How can I pray! Thw irgin d-ja not come. To tak...

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