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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 22 September 1860

1^, Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Saturday Morning, Sept- 22,1860. ja#-.Wn. Wit. Tivi.ua, tobacconist, ad vertices tbc receipt of a neiv stock. He savs you need not come to his place unless TOu "chews." That is nenrly as good as the proprietor's cigars and tobacco. ggy Bcatino His Wipe.?Robert Fittin, of Centre Wheeling, yesterday, beat his wife and elevated his Satanic Majesty generally. Officer Lancaster arrested him and took him before Esquire .\Ucmnniiwiiy. After hearing the- evidence the magistrate sent Mr. Kitten to jail. "A Wild Use.?Mr. John llrown of the Hotel which l;;-.irs his name, on Water street, is an orderly fellow ordinnri |y, hut a terrible fellow when he's drunk. Whisky sets him crazy and lie knows not what lie does. Yesterday he cliargc-d around in his own home, bent the counter violently ? "'h a cane, tore o(T his wife's cloihinS aaJ 3Pre;id terror throughout his household, lie was arrested by officer Lancaster and Alderman Dultysent him ...

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. — 22 September 1860

THE JBOV TMAT DIED. Tba Ut? Dr. Chalmer* is Mild to be tb?? author of th? ftltofrlqg be*atifql lines, written wr? the occasion of the death of a young ton. whom hi- greatly loved: X am all Alone in my chamber now. And tbe midnight Lour hi i.?tr. And the faggot'* crack and clock'* dull tick Are the only sounds 1 hvar, And over my souL in iu solitude. Sweet feeling* of sodaess glide: , For my heart and eyes nrefull when 1 think I ?Ofthv little boy that died. 1 went one ni*ht to my lath#r s house? Went home to the dear one* alL And softly I opened the g.irdeu ?ate, And softly the door of the hall; Mr mother came to meet her son? She kissed ine and then she sighed. And my head fell on my neck, and-she wept For the little boy that died. 1 shall miss faim when the flowers oime h. In the garden where be played; I shall miis him more by the firemdc When the flowers are al I-decayed: I?hall see his tuyaand his ?mp:y chair, And tbe horse he used to ride. And tbe*~ speak with ??i!ent speech 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. — 24 September 1860

VOLUME 8 WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MORNING,,SEPTEMBER 24. 1860 NUMBER 338 rl!lNTEI> AXII i'uduSjjed by C'ABIPBELL & M'DERIffiOT, il.VTBI'lICE1,'CERniriLDINGS, ! JV. K. corner of Quincy and Main-Stg. ? TERMS: >n kJtjuco,). $5,00 Br i - 4 - -Bv 10 .per j-aar.payabloln France,)..'.!,.... 3,00 ^IdTertising done on reasonable terzna. AU .Hrgrtiirtn^nti from a distance, or from transient 0tf atftomers. vast be paid in advance. | ?I N S XT R A- N C E ? ^NSU^ANCE. rjna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, Oitce at the' Saving? Bank rf m,eeUiuj, No 03 Main St. np iflOVK NAMED COMPANY. having been SlVurgsnU^L li novr I'^P^red to take risks ' rate*. on Buildings. Machinery, ami Stocks of Merchandise, and against at Unwind: the trauiportatinn of Mcrclian ,n nPiJ*r?, Seas. Lake*. Canals and Railroads. ^fJ,licati?rrt fur Insurance will he promptly at 11 toll* l,,e Prc?"*t,,,t al"' Secretary. % rUtr)!i*'^ of the public is respectfully solicited. c p uir.nKETH. henry k. list, ~ ' Secretary. Prosldent. ...

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 September 1860

gailf gBtelligtncrr CAIPBELl * JTDEHIOT, W H EEL I X G: It cm A ay Horning, Sept. 24, I860. 1W2LICAS MEETING! rrujsats to to a ggrangjCAS aiEgrms * m * LIBEK1T, Bhb Cramtjr, U. on-UTUWUCT, Scpt.SBth.w3 P.M. meptSt Kefablieaos Rallv! HON. T. COB.WIN! xrrra, addbese the citiekns of wheel T f U56 mad ricuiitj. mt t&e ATHENAEUI, OX TTXID1T ETKniG, SEPT. St, AfimX p?c 6 o'clock pndmtiy. ftaBOaaitaiwiiimluin. Np? one can observe the progress of the eompaign without being struck with the efficiency and value of the Wide Awake Clubs, in awakening enthusiasm and in thorough]; and promptly performing the work which tbev undertake. From Maine to Missouri, yes, even to California, they j b??e kindled then-torches and rallied to j tfae posts of doty. There is no doubt that ' tkey saved the State of Connecticut to the i Republicans last spring. The twenty ' thousand majority in Maine tell how well *h?|j did their work in that State. Their processions and parades do much to arouse and interest...

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 September 1860

western Virginia. *5? "Sondiy Mori i ig, Sept- 24,1860. ' Corwln Coming! A- will be seen by an announcement, let-where, the Hon. Thos. Corwin will ! dress the people of Wheeling at the Uheneum to-morrow evening, at 7 J o - dock. .ot-Colsty Colbt?Acquittal of Rep V_The VA3C of Geo. Rephan, alias John Mlcr alio* Isaac Packer, charged with f.r,ery came ?P on Saturday, in the County Court. It was proreJ that Rephan fBt "int0 the clothing house of Adam Fjoif M'lin street' the 2"d d"y of nctobcr las:, a year ago, and bought a lot f clothing for which he gave his note, representing that his nauie was John jjjjjur. Also that he bought a pair of boots at t[ie same time of a shoemaker and nroaiiei to pay when he sold his wheat. V month or so ago he came to town, popped at the Union house and said his ~o- Packer?that lie bad horses at name was x . . the Pemberton bouse, which he desired to te|l and told any number of lies about his condition and his possessions. Foose saw the man in the street...

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 September 1860

gailj gaitdigcnctt. ffrrf ? fittie tvcHe ty Ooiid 5Im?7 ihzl vaU Jmt *^*6'jrs*rd vr *5* isrrers ?f Eobrri Burnt. 3i is ?f fhajut U* j*v?? flfthe robin it te& o? Of all *hrboas ?hr ruinr h? 2s di-tdiu*; uflm pwnti* Stts ?e?t is ascnxi. i*t lew By miudvm cri?y.6iH?r. 21k iut it lwrJt. wivl i??? T^ins* Arr oriWr ft *h?? hwn?J-y brown. ftnX -in the Xi&Dj flay 1?r etnp*. When g*yw Iriauth iia?r ifaswii. jjilfiliiTfliifl nj" "fiii n~!*?? ?*? ill thai Irwc timuT itflhuBy T?L A": Smonisr* ian^. ioo; h?i 3Wec*b.aT birtr flT^nng obon. Ir? tdirsr. the pooranan smiling tura. Tb? carl iuj; of in* Usi^ninf ilov* 3r-jmxnlf< R"bm 3lun? 3fi??nnnn*rrsOTi'. mrr-vrirxtsr **arun *Bf mnkr agtorr in "tr plotnn: Ute set: if salt irooi aU lb* *?omss Ili nit; hOIMC. ttwrto t* *ocb B hmnnii^or ?Of lifr and fa?vr iu lUibinhrwwt 3w warmth mn m?*1t thr winter anoa Jp^ovtft/W rolil dmt. DICERS ACDO^yTAIBrT ASD XXrSPJLTCS TATEFT ~4fthe CZ.um* o. gftcwejlarf^tf -nnd jtrUe&ed ^ M/ Ciwwnll' ?' CUmuiii....

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 September 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING. SE -25, 1800. NUMBER 339. J'ltlNTKP AND PUBLISHED BY JAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, I ?XTELM?Ei\'CER UHLDIXtiS, ' ?V. K. onwr nf Quiuey and Haiti-Sis. TERMS: ' ?Jlr.'0?y nwil, payable iu advance,). $5,00 | y lh?* 10 .{.Weekly, (per year, payable in advance.). 3,00 g Advertising done on reasonable terms. ailT?rtisem?utH from a di-tanco. or from t ransient I ix custom ere, ?u?t l>e paid in advaace. I r?^? ?I N S U BANC E^ insurance. ?tna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, I Office at the Savings Bank *f Minting, INo Cp Main St. rjjg \U0VK NAMED COMI'AKY. having: been fallv urbanized. is now prepared to take risks . i.)?re?t coiiiintent raten. on Building*. Machinery. ? niture Stocks of Merchandise. ami again?t attending the trnn<portation of Merchan ?'/"^/Hirers. Sea?. Lake?. Canals and Railroads. 'tr.nlicHtioin for In?urancc will lie promptly at iii to bv the President ami Secretary. '"The patrj?aie?r the public is resjwictfully solicited. , niLDItKT...

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 September 1860

gaitg fnteUigetuer CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, SDITOBS A?? rBOrBfZTOBS. tuu.?DillT, Mimd Isdtf. per *?t H Mutt llOT, by ? t&fio Tu-WcsKtr.Jb/ BilVliWrunr S.M Vnui.tr ail, liilnum, 1.00 WHE E JL. I 1K G :" Tnetday Morning, Sept. 25, I860. MfCBLICA!* MEETING! rpvEKEI TOL BE A XKFCBLTCJLK MEETING X act WEST LIBERTT, Ohio County. Vl. oc EATtTBJIAY, Sept. 3>lh. ulF.JS. ?ptS= Republicans Mt! HON. T. CORWIN! llJiLL ADDUESS THE CITIZENS OF WIIEEL W IKB and rktoity, at the ATHENAEUM, OS TUE8D1Y EVK51SG, SEPT. 25, At half pHI 6 o'clock prrciaelT. py IH? fiitni ttMnTp toe Lamm. sap24 The Proeetilut at th? Athrnirim TcStfkt. Bon. Thomas Corwin will arrive here Ibis evening, from St. Clairsrille, where be speak* in the afternoon. He will speak at the Athenaeum at precisely 7 o'clock?ia order that be mar be through in time for the cars, which leave Bridgeport at ten. At half past six, there will be a flag pre sented to Company B Wide Awakes by the ladies. At the close of Mr. Corwin's speech, ...

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 September 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, -ffi* esday Morning, Sept- 25,1860. " ' HKljl'i KVBRKTT HKAIMJUAKTEIW, ) Wheiuxo, 2dth -Hrpt, 1 Sou. j If I'VIOX flUAKD3 Will meet at the Athena-urn \nlVedn??d?jr eveiling, the such iuut., ?r 7 o'clock. Tim meeting ordered for ' is postponed. "f * OEOROB ADAMS, Adjutant. ?Tat Cut os Satcbdas- Xight.? jjturduy night last old Pluto opened gates ami let out bis subjects upon (jtvoled town. Piirtici of men went diing tlirougli th? ttreeta like devils actios snob scenes are scarcely ever tnes?d under the boly light of the ali in ibis "neck of woods." Tbey jfiurned store boxes, piled tbeui across 5 streets, tore down signs, bangcil open ,w;, smashed in windows, and performed ,h fantastic freaks before bigb Jlearen, a quiet tluuiberers might have supposed if the town was invaded by a foreign or that the -'Northern Abolitionists" come to tree the niggers and revel in (,d and carnage. At the risk of ex era ting the thing a little, wo may ...

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 September 1860

w rmLLirs. or movm vaasu.u". ua A-irx. A?k?*MMniou give. Wiin? agrtlfe song I sir.K 2 iunreMa^Qiia sobjMt That I think is just the thing. V# Widt Avakae will slt^t uor jiuu. ia^yMllufll^har^reee, W^JIjendflnff ttelittWfiouub IWfuQaA^inill J. jj. CaaKim<?Tlwre'i iio use Kutty all around?no twe talking? Ajrf sain thr victory fur Old AW, Then ?bout Ihe welcome round. The "Wide Awakm theyare composed ?W .honour n?cn isttlL ?And all thane itnrdr arttune TRD vnte fiw Abe'thix fulL liinedln uitm arr hard to but And BelUfaall eurely mte Bf Win haw to lake his aipjflr stock. -And gp baek to Tennessee. Chobus.?There's no-n* talking. Ac. The Sell men xhfv do blow nruund In an angry kind-tf blnaer, . Thai thee can curry lire large Jstaie* "With the force thit thee .will luiwtfir; Jlut when it cornea to voting, then Tbrytbr Old Abe will 50. Aad when we gain the vietorv lt*U eome onrtnm to blow? CHoatat?ThereV no wc talking, Jcc. They trird to put down Wide Awaken, In Ihr old Hickory State. Bm...

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. — 26 September 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING^ SEPTEMBER 26, I860. NUMBJ3R 340. PRINTED AMTl'WtlJSilKD BY iAiix?BELL & M'DERMOT, LyrEl-l'IOKXCKH BCILDlNCig, X o rixr qf Q-iuicy anil Main-Sit. T TC K !\I ? : hr m?n. parable lu itdrance-i Js.oo j 'it, \r?fc? - 10 I ^ITorkly, ir?r r=?yahIo In ?rtraiire,>_ ,%00 gf A.Ir<rt<sii>S dulw on reMoiubl, terms. I vl! from tilMiow. or from transient L, ta4ol,KT?. wn? be paid In adrauc*. TfSfSU RAN CE~. : INSURANCE, dia insurance Co. of Wheeling, Ojct at the Springs Bonl- *>f WhtAiuy, - No 03 Mnftn St, TM1B ABOVE NAMED OMl'ANV. having been I f^Ver? inked. is now prepared to take risks . j cat - ?!Histont rat?*. on T1.uiltliiig4. Machinery. Sucksof Mc-rcimndUe. and ainilust ,attending Ibe tr importation of Morchau 1 Lake*. Omal* and Railroad*. 14 fjr fr'sar*ni:e he promptly ct bT the President and SwrcJurv. r ". ?\rr ?naze of the public U revooct fully solicited. ,? p.lIIUiRKTII. HENRY K. LIST. Secretary. President. DIRECTORS. C P. Hceii...

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. — 26 September 1860

#.ttg CAMPBELL & M'DEILMOT,~ 1DITOHS AND PBOPRIKTOBB. TERMS.?-Daily, delivered In city, j?r w??]( 10 oenti Djnj, bfvA la adTmxav -U,oo Tii-wnnr, bj mil, ia adTane^ 8,00 Wkctlt, by aafl, in>4r?Bct^ 1,00 * 4; WHEEL,! N~gT: ~ 7 Wednesday Morning, Sept 26, I860. REPUBLICAN MEETING! j on SATURDAY, Sept. 2?th, at 1 p. M. ?ept22 ? ? ?? ? ?? Republican Meeting at Welt Liberty on Saturday. On Saturday afternoon next, at 1 o'clock j P. M., the friendi of Lincoln and Hamlin i ?Will bold a mass meeting out at West Lib- ? erty. We hope that the Republicans of that vicinity will see that every needfol . preparation is made for a good meeting, j Circulate the word round from man to j man?especially among those opposed to j us, in order that as many persons as pos- ' sible may hare on opportunity of hearing ; and examining our principles. The great ? progress which Republicanism has made ! in the Panhandle is due solely to the fact : that no pains or expense on the port of its friendi, hare ...

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. — 26 September 1860

jilji gntdlijenm ^nesday Morning? Sept- 26, I860. c -7=77^1^ tU? AtlieuMom ?a?t VV ? a splendid demonstration TiL AlUeuaum last night. The , mrned out almost oi vuiut to P ,be lion. Thomas Corwin of Ohio. TL-^s building, which scats four- , 1 ?r fifteen hundred people, was packed i ,Cea( utmost capacity. The stage was i 1 with Wide Awakes, aud every parquclte to gallery, and ev ?' ije -.'id corner were jammed, while wX'!* werc 5U',ain" "P Un"b1'*' l? ?b" ?*?'*. arrival of Mr. Corwin a Hag ?nUtioa took p1-?r. Compny B. was On behalf of the Repnbli ! kdv donor., Mr. James Wilson pre ' , banner in a brief speech, which ' appropriate* responded to by Mr. Trimble- captain of the Company. ?Thel.,.t?uceof Mr. Corwin was greeted ?lb loud ?PP'?use- The veteran orator " ' ? . I. /i .i n/?intt/in Kit Alt* cv3 introduced to the audience by Mr. 7 \v puiton of this city, who bad piously been selected President of the ^yTcorwio's speech was necessarily brief ?= is engagcl to speak in Coshoc lo-dav...

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. — 26 September 1860

Kesptbe Mlln qiflfioQ, Bcjs Far bwNt Abe of lllinoisj ? - ' ?* To you we look for victory. ; VUdi in November v?jM mo v On yooe Bannen waving high. rorto we - wif bout a fear, bw^ ./. . Keep your torches burning W-igbi. Pat on vMratwtr lor tbo Firmly stand in honest pride; For liberty your fathers dfavC ^Tisopp.?i Wide Awkn. Sweet liberty ?nd freejiotx breaks Keueuo-Ugbf* rfllUerty, Ton kr not alarm, yon nnut be free' lMB?|DSiwiirf vlld vhlitsfii. Like Htni;e bei<t? ch?ino4in n cage Growling fhtvlliHr lxwrs employ. J?m3> Dtlier iiTiugloOntror. Fiercer than Che bhrtotduod. Sesocncf his timndered load; Boasted of disunion dark, Like wicked Cain, they .have tbrir mark! - Wide Awake?.-oa freedom'* ?oil Tour torches keep well titowieii with oil, Heed not whining. riflili wen. ;Toh hwrc no time to sitund with them. Broken w the tyrant4! band. Who aoogbt to fetter freedom"? land ^ifb 0? chain of rinrcry strong. ioSltifBe submission, right or tore*#! 3?o! The people si tooted No! Trom...

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 September 1860

' 5TBl,iaciKirCEK BUllBIKGS, V F n,nt'r Quincy and Main-Sts. TEKMS: nr br ln advance.). -45.00 !**?* 10 (|1<-T year, payable in advance,) 3.00 tf t.lrertwing done on reasonable term*. All ?:li vrtiwmiiits from a distance. or Troiu transient tJ mstonets, autt bo paid in advance. ?IN S UR AN CE . insurance. Etna Insurance Co. of Wheeling ()?rr<i? We Strings Bank ?>/ \Yheaivg, Tin IJ3 Alain St* Tflg AB'JVK NAMK1) COStl'ANY, having been , |V or-snii'1. i-" now prepared lo take risks . I...H CJ3'i?'al rates. on UniMiug*. Machinery, e ???-? vi'l 51-wka -r Merchandise. and against ?j^~r??tten lin;; the transportation of Morchan Canals and Railroad*. f"r In<nnnce wi" 1,0 promptly at . i.iijiir the lVesjilent anl Secretary. ^?ttriatjeof the public is iwpectfnll.v solicited. i r miDKEtll. HENRY K.I.1ST. ' S?.--!arv. President. DIRECTORS. r ri ncpi"i'. Jons r.. nonss, Cuitmx llE?s. Tho*. II. List, 1 i- n. wjit. OooonnnHy >?*?'" ??ml?d to those tvho wish to thitrlbt *i tlic mbxri...

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 September 1860

gaUg gatctfip wro! CAMPBELL & K'DEEMOfT KDITOBS AJil> FBOPHEIOBE. TEEMS.?Dult, drUrtc?llu city, per 10 HUM Dinr, bj soaJI, 1k?4tuk? (6,00 TU-Wkbii. braafl. iaalTamr S,00 ' lruxLi.^r waD, tnadraooa^. 1,00 W W'E E L I N G 7" Thursday Morning, Sept. 27,1860. TlpliBLlCASMEETIXG! There tvtm, be a kefubmcak meetixo U WEST LIBEETT, Ohio County, Vm, <? gAXCEBAT, S-pV 23th, at 1 P. SL KJ'ta ?Grtat Eiflltmrnl?Slt?ml?o?I Mi nerva SI??d." Under this startling caption tbe Wheel ing Union of yesterday morning, notices the departure of tbe steamer Minerva, wbichleftour landing on Tneidnv even ing it LI o'clock, with tbe. Wheeling Wide Awakes, bGundfor Pittsbargh. Tbe Union goes on to ray that there waj> eonsider.-tble excitement as the Wide Awake* approach ed the boat, and that "They Kcre saluted with a volley of stoats from tbe ctOtcJy doing considerable damage to persons and property of tie Republican rank* and destroying several transparencies. After the embarkation of tbe .Republi...

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 September 1860

tort]! giuewpiw* ? Largest Circulation of any Paper in ?**" Western Virginia.-?# Thursday Morning, Sept- 27,18S(h a Kii'Fim nigl" -Until night-fall last mgm 0,,r Hebrew fellnw-cilUcns were m03t 'nlIj0rtiUlt festival, ,U?t oi Yoin (day) Kippur (atonement) or j iv of Atonement, .the commandment of <vbic!> fouuJ i" . Leviticus, 10, 2D; and [ il(,aia ibid 23, 2C, which says: '-And the Lord Sj'okf nalo Jloses, siting, also, on ,l,e teeth of this seventh month," (called hv ike Hebrews "lishri," from a Persian word,meaning beginning,) '-there shall be ?, .lav of atonement: it shall be a holy con %oca"ti"? u?l'J .vuui ;,,ui -vo shall nffliet vour'tonls;:UJ<' ofr'"r "" o|feripg made hy prcuoto the I.or-1. And ye shall do no r.ori:i" that same day; tor it is a day of, atonement to make an atonement for you ; i.ffore the Lord your God. For whatso- j rrcrsou! it be that shall not be afflicted i in that same day, lie shall bo cut oil' from j uiaoo? 1'ls people. And whatsoever soul ! ;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 September 1860

THE SUMMONS. BY VOHN' O. WHITTIBR. My me is foil of ramiBtr soun?i?. With nuaimr tight* my languid Bajood tb? doity village bounds 1 loiter is my daily rounds. And In tb* noon-time shadows Me. Tbe wild boo wind* its drowsy born. The bird swings on the ripened wheat, The long green lance* of the corn Are tilting in the winds of morn. The locust shrills his song of heat. Another soiled my spirit hears. . A deeper sound that drowns them all.? A voice of pleading, choked with tears, ? The call of human hopes ami fears, The Macedonian cry to Paul! The storm-bell rings, the tempest blow*; I know the word and countersign; Wherever Freedom's vanguard goes. Where aland or fall her friends or foes. I know that place that should be luiue. Shamed be the hands that idly fold. And lips that woo the r*ed* accord. When taggnrd Time the hour has tolled . For true with false and new .with old To fight the battles of the Lord! O brothers! blest by partial Fate, . "With powcra to matrix tbe will awl de...

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. — 28 September 1860

I " PRINTED AND I'UJILISIIED Bl CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, li!TEI'1'ir'lescER BIHLDISCI8, X K. a>rwr of Quincy and Haiti-Si. TERMS: by mailt'payab!e in adrance,). $5.00 jtx th* ** ****** 10 ^.^fcly, (per rear, payablo i d adrance,) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. AU adr. rti?cmoutfl from a distance, or from transient d,T cnstoBiers, Mint be paid In adrance. 'IN SUB. AN. < INSURANCE. Stna Insnrance Co. or Wheeling,. OJfet ft tt? Saving! Bank if muXlug, . No.03 Slain, St. : . T iffE ABOVE NA5ISD CO.MI* A NY, having- been ? faltr organised, Is now prepared to take risks ..Mrest consistent rale*, on TinilJIngi, Machinery, Jlrnimw- a"4 Stock* of Merchandise.' and agtiinst attending (lie transportation of Merchin Jiie on'niTtn, Seal. Lake). Canals and Kailroada. ; i?llcatl 'n? for Inroranco will bo promptly at imM to bT the President and Secretary. TUe pitronageof the public Is respectfully soltcitad. ?y.intnisT". iien'Gy k._list, : Secretary. President. DIltECTOBS, , ??* C...

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. — 28 September 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, KDIT0R8 A.VB PROPRIETORS. TBRMBv-Bun, <MiTer?i In city, per rat, 10 by man, in mdrance-.. TEI-Wsaar, by man. Id adr.De.,, . "IgLti by mjtll, ipadraooa^.. w H E K~I, I N G : Friday Morning, Sept. 28, I860. Oca Wide Awake companies appear to have been enjoying themselves since leav ing home. An acconnt of their trip.up the river, and their reception by the Pitta burghers, will be fonnd in our correspon , dent's letter. W" are always disposed to '-give the devil his due," and will here state, public ly, that the Wheeling Union, of yesterday, contradicts its own statement of.the day before, about the stoning of the steamer Minerva. This in the first instance that we ever knew the Union to retract any statement made by it, however unfounded or unjustifiable it may have been. We place it on record, and carry it to the credit side of their account, with the sin gle remark, that we are not altogether sat isfied that they deserve any credit; for we k ,re mor? than...

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