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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 28 September 1860

-' Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "?ft "pjiday Morning, Sept 28, I860. - j^iELIOIOBS NOTICE Iler. J. Kirkpatrick will preacli in the let l"re.t piniifh. 4th street, tliia owning at J o'clock. gjS -a!,baUi morning at I0J4 and evening at 7 o'clock- . py a contemplation of out doors from our window on tbis chilly, misty day, j are struck with the evidences of the ' aT 0f ihe beautiful summer time and iioubly assured that the melancholy days arc fast approaching. The grass opon the high hill sides in view has yielded its ficihuMS and became crisped at the bidding 0f lire biting frosts, and the sear leaves of ltc umbrageous trees which sheltered ii'ipPJ" groups of children through the long summer, are falling one by one and go rasllin? away upon the bleak wind9. The Martins that bung out over the way have loC? since taken their feeble young ones and wiogeti away to warmer climes, and iheir pleasant chirping is heard to more? The robin noil the wren liare flown, And...

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. — 28 September 1860

' Tkc Oli D*y? and the Xesr. A ?o?t CNN singing aloog the vale,? ?*Ah. well-a-day for the dear old day*! They come itooora a* they did of yore. By the flowing river of Aiae." He piped through the mc?dvv, he piped through crone, "Ah, *rdl-?rd?7 lor the good old days! They here ell gooe by. end I ait tod sigh By the flowing rirer of Aiae. **Knights end ladies, end shields and swords? Ah, nreti-a-dajr for the grand old dtja! CaaClasar^d moata, eod the Wight toerl-cvalt. By the flowing rirer of Ait*. "Ifce lance; ere ahivered. th? behovta nut,? Ah. weti-?-d?y f??r the stern old days! ?ad the darioo'sltet has sung its lest, By the flowing rirer of Aiae. "And the warrior* that eweptto glory end death.? Ah, wafl-?-day for the brare oW <i*ys! Tbejr haw foapbi and gone. and 1 ?H here alone. By the flowing rirer of Amc. *The strength of limb and the mettle of heart,? Ah, watt-a-day for the strong old day*! Tbey hare withered away, mete butterflies" play, By the flowing rirer oi Aiae. "The ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 September 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELimVA..jAtUBr^JStflRXiyG. SEPTEMBER 29, I860. NUMBER 343 I'KfNTI.I) AX]> I'UlIMt-'irKD BY ? CAMPBELL & K'DERMOT, 1XTEM.1GEXCER bvii,di\?s, _V. /: c-rn'r 0/ (/ninc'f avtl Main-Sit. 'V 1r. Ti >I ? : pall*-.(by miil, pnrttl)l? iu ailraiice,).....; '......$5,00 He the Week - 10 Tr!4V.*?fcl\, 'j-T y?air- P?T? l?lo In advance,) 3,00 ay Advertising dune on reaaonable terms. All advertisement* from A distance. or from transient cjty customer*, mast be paid in advance. "INSURANCE. jEFFEUSOff nvSURA^CE CO. or SCOTTSVILLE, ALDEMAnr.E CO., VA. ? ACItU CiP!!-"- $150,COJ ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. OF CIIARLOTTSVILLE, VA. f $-100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, PA. $300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OF HARltiSBURG, PA. 1300.000 Qnafcer City Insnrance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. pi?!!**-- $500,000 nMIE nb^r*Companies liafinsftpppintetl tlie ituder I their Asant lor \\ hcollng, ami vicinity, wonM nrfpfctftiH*' ?>??*tho pitrunaco oftlie public. are well known to be...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 September 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DBKMOT, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Daily, d*UTer*d incity, per wwk, 10 ?nti Duly, by mail, in *d ranee,? 44,06 j Tu-Wkult, by wiafi, in a^iranr?^.. S,00 - j WmiY,by mail, Ioidraac?r? ..1.00 ? W H E^nr O " j Saturday Morning, Sept 29,1860. j REPUBLICAN MEETING! j These wit.L be a republican iiekting ? U WEST LIBERTY * Ohio Count j, Va, aoJSATPKDAT, 29th. at 1P.M. wpt22 ( So Ctr as we know there i> among the j respectable people of this city, bat one j opinion about tbe atoning outrage com mitted by some miscreant!, in tbe dark, OB ; the German transparency and tbe Wide j Awake procession Tuesday night last , We understand that one of tbe characters j engaged in the outrage is now known 1 part all doubt, and that he will speedily be bronght to justice, and dealt with as . he deserves. The penitentiary is tbe place 1 for a murderous villian of this sort. A man who will, under tbe cover of night, j take up a stone ana deliberately and cold bloodadly throw it int...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 September 1860

1|iW| iittmrputct T .r-ost Circulation of any Paper in *?" ^Western Virginia."?? Saturday Morning, Sept- 29,1860. TfaeUnic^-the Constitution and the Enforcement of the Laws! gjjJjL and EVERETT! ?,r .-OSSTITUTIOXAL TJ.N'IOX l'ARTY, OF T'lL dtr. will ho d a M ASS MEETING at t,t iibena-Lini, thii (Saturday) orcuing, at 7 o'clock, '0tUOX. GEORGE W. SUMMERS I ,1 ? ere it political questions involved la the Pfrtideotial election. All are invited to ! il ? rio.it champion of tlic X'zilou Party, with . ..iutancr uf ?" argument worthy of tho dia- I "ft,*! tneaker and ?f theae who may pive lil-u | I:nf r, -i jie door.* of tlio Atheiifemn will be open- i *? ? filiio'clock 1*. M. The drwciruls will be ro- I fir the ladies niul gentlemen accompanying 1 AH Uoy? >"111" rigidly deluded. * | ...in qvartehs ov tub nxiox o cards,! Wheeling, September 29th, 1S00. /? rvp Union tiuanJs will ???et in full dre.?s, this Vinr at 6 o'clock, at tho Athimeuni. to form au ! n for the Hon-Stimmera. Punctual at...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 September 1860

gailg gnitiHgeatct. 02V FOR FREEDOM BATTLE HTHJL Tor True and Inr?rroj?! Reprice ti*?1SG0. IXSCBIBEO TO THE HOX. VZ'A. 2. Fmaaift, nwr's your uay fir docng? (rrau ibr itio?u in your bead: OA than DJt^r faith pursuing. FmI tb* wttrh * >rd through Tit land: Oik4or freedom. God. smr -txuz?Lry, a.ud the right! IfaS with tnni sf deadly rude. Nmi with bribe, oar trick, Ujt agist. AH we jtak is bunest bar tie. AxxnM enough with Truth a*?3 Ligbt, Oa far frffrje^m! Might Is Ricuu lrt thenx usurer Who inTt l?-am*d th? tyrant's cwi Eicbt !s*igbi.cmr creed forever. Tro? in pn-pwe. firm in dwsi On for freedom! What tbonfffa aisvery hSfd it* <jnsrtpr?. There to br4d its nag*. J.'n: an all our la?id?*nd -waters. Jkrt u iwH of iff* ibottifi. On fbrirwdonC By our immtftains bmrcrnmtrti reading. Field and fore*: wilhtm* l?ound, Br th<> fw w?t? mini w pn-achmg. Here God meant-?n l?oiidage ground? On f?r freedom! Ft or.r banner"* const eihoim. By our f?clf in t!?* ?kie*. By onr XntUrn- prod...

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 October 1860

tt < VOLUME & - - ? ?_ - LORNING, OCTOBER 1; mm NTMBRR iill. * , l'i:i.V.r;KD A.\r> IXIILISJIKI) BY ? CAMPBELL & ffi'DERMOT, I^-TEIjI.IGENCER BnilDISCS, X K. otrncr of (jaincy and Main-SU. T15 K. 1VX ? : Wilr. (l?y mui, i?yaJ>l? to ?.-........,.$5,00 jv iJtt - .......................... 10, Tri-WrAlv. TW, payable In advnnc*) B,oq .. i jrertWng done on reasonable term*. W * k - front a diltsnc?, of from tAmsiont citr mat 1,8 ,nil1 to ndnmw. ? ? ;i N S TJ'BoftJN C 15 21 jKFFEIM LWJRAffCE CO. of fCOTTSVITJ.B, AI.BEMAnj,E CO, VA. ICTiii Oatxiii ,^?iz....i.......A..?i..*i50,000 lUEMAPiLE INSURANCE CO. n of cirAurxjrrsviLLE, va. CiMfil?? $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSBURGH, 1?A. Cirnii? 5300,000 temoroai Insurance Co, ov UAKRTSJIORO, PA. CirtTit-i? $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. (IFNUI/ADKLPJirA, PA. Cirtra - ....$500,000 The .bowCompanies liaTiiiRappointod tlie under ,itn?J iti-ir -Uent Tor \\ heeling, anil vicinity. yutiM 'ah<?'11,0 patronage of the...

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 October 1860

ftailg; Kntclligcum CAMPBELL & ITDiRMOT, XDITORJ3 JLHD PROPRIETORS. TKRM8.?Daily, dtUrercd in city, per wmIc, 10 Hiti Daily, by mail, in ftdranc?rM..M 44,00 Tri-Wuxly, by mail, iaadranettr....... 1,00 Wkxxlt, by mafl, in adranoa^............. 1,00 _* w heeTYn G:" Monday Morning, Oct 1,1860. Th* Union of - Saturday morning has nearly a column of stuff in relation to the recent stoning of the steamer Miner va, and the resolntion of the Wide Awakes to redress all further outrages on the in stant. "We are in favor of citizens enjoying their constitutional rights,*' says the Union, "but we cannot see that in this in stance the constitutional rights of any men or set of men bare been assailed." Is is constitutional to break a man's head? Is it right? Is it constitutional to destroy property? Is it right? Is it constitutional to assault with deadly mis siles respectable and honorable citizens, who are passing quietly through the streets? Yet the Union doesn't see that anybody's constit...

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 October 1860

~r rirest Circulation of any Paper in Wester*. Virginia."? Mnnday Morning, Oct- 1, jg60. remarks made by one of the j^lrsof this p?p?r at Pittsburgh last week, * jtlj by us this morning from the Ga *(Kof thatcity- Itii due to that gentleman " ( we 3tate that his remarks are inserted ;v' UJ in his absence and without his kaowledge. ^ ^ j^-Thk Fim***'* Pabade.?A gener ,^ade of the fire companies of the 'jtr tout place on Saturday; creating a C ill deal of interest and making a much ?"tier show than we expected they were ?r jred to make. They marched through ["principle streets proceeded by a band uf ' ,ic?ndintcrspersed with fifes nnd drums. Tee Guards company came first with a [M1 beautifully decorated with ever greens. t?i,s and flags, which was imme diately followed by the engine containing trersi little girls dressed in white, who i?t ii * tastefully made cedar bower, rig d 0ff with little flags, wreathes, and so firth This engine was drawn by four bona. The "76" of the First Ward...

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 October 1860

ailn guieilitjcucc*. "And tlse Heliotrop4-? were Fadtd.*9 BY ?ALL!E M BETAS. AimI the hslioixopes wcr? faded. Avid Hi* wild d'-ve*? song ?u stilL Aud :it% wind *nd haze were braided With the dark around the hill. And the moon looked white *:?d chilly! Like the ffaamt t.f ?umc am-iily Gone to drift about the sky. Large with immortality! But I thought ?f young moss-roses With their ^rres spray 'round their breast*, Sitting in its shadowy rlcv?ei Just like red bird* in their nests: But ! thought of stars that quivered (Where the c'iffs are <i!ver-rivered) Like cr-at drop* of golden wine Scattered dewn from the divine. But I thought of mist-bloon* dropping In ?urai- pnq'J* lake: But I though: of white swans stopping ^Tbertj. to listen, half awake. Tc the sweet low whferrous trailing Of the water-mnsic. mailing With the blue flag* o'er its breast. Toward the shore ia search of re*t. Bnt. I thought of painted summers, Flting thro* the Indian woods; Of delicious, spicy murmurs. Swimming...

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. — 2 October 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA? TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1S60. NUMBER 345. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, [INTELLIGENCER BUILDINGS, y. E. corner of Quincy and Jfain-Sts. TERMS: Pailr.(by mull, payable in advance,)... $6,0Q Hj tl.o Wrek ~ - 10 Xri.\ff?k]y, (per year, payable In ad vauce.) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient cjty customers, must be paid in advance. ^INSURANCE. JEFFERSON INSURANCE CO. OK SCOTTSVILLR, ALBEMARLE CO., VA. Actcil Capital $150,000 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO, OK CIIARLOTTSV1LLE, VA. CirtTAL, $400,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OK PITTSBURGH, PA. ?300,000 Commonwealth Insurance Co, OK UARRTSBURO, pa. $300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OK PHILADELPHIA, PA. 1500,000 WilE aboro Companies having appointed the under 1 J lU?ir Agent for Wbeeling, and vicinity, .'o'J solicit the patron*?# of the public. c,i,iComp?ni?? are well known to l.e first clan offices. AllIt1***'promptlyndjusted. N.C. ARTH...

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. — 2 October 1860

lailg IfnteUijeitccv "C1KPBELL & M'DERIOT, ID1TOR8 AS? rBOPSUETOBJI. FliBiLS.?Dajlt. in ritj. p*r 10 c*mt* Pailt. by mail, in *4ra?ee~ f-VO T**-Wltn.1, kj auil :n?4v*iK*~ 3.M Wjoexit, by kmuL infedrsncc,... 1.00 ^ WHEELI X G Tuesday Morning, Oct. 2, 1860. The Union of yesterday draws it very ild, and is as meek as old Pecksniff, in re prard to oar charge upon it of habitually nd wantonly garbling and misstating tbe position ud opinions of its political oppo ents.' Tt says that our '-charge, -as csnal, as oot tbe slightest foundation in truth." 'o*. what was that charge ? It was that he Wheeling Union had, in spile of Tight md knowledge to tbe contrary, kept stand ng M tie bead of iu columns, this garbled jiere of a sentence from a speech of John ?Be!!"s, r.r A Lillie Blood should Sprini'lt thr /Vre ?nmta and Sidt- Walk* oj' ovr {?i$t~tj* JoLa Brli. ETbe Uninn, in response to onr charge, nrtbpr says that on the morning of tbe 7th oit., the day after onr first exposure >f the t...

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. — 2 October 1860

P. C. HILDRETH & BRO., 53 Main Street. "Howe's" Standard Scales, ALL SIZES COl'XTER, PLATFORM, HAY OR CATTLE SCALES. For salt* ut Factory pric^a. ? P. C. HILDRETH & BRO.. Agents tor tLo Manuiacturers. II MnttlligcKW t ,,irClllation of aW Paper in Vested ViW":'a-;W__._. ; v Morngg; Pet- 2. I860 , , ~LOOSF OS THE ISLBND.?0.1 I -t, a number of ilic ruffian ?' vs; this rowdy-ridden city, f a 'the IManJ, "bich was lying P^,og and dim moonlight, and r'" !c morn was about chasing r": ;,WT shadows, preparatory to i . .. jdTiigl"t> they continued to " ' -cri-sof outrages upon the ?,.rtv of that favored section, ' fJ, lt ought to consign each one the durtwt kind of a dun nib. U is supposed the ..cut over the river in skiffs, ' * I1V apparent moti.-e except ' i'ltion'of i;"- enssedness that i3 ?v threw one of tl>? bridge toll river, ripped the boards off I"*" Vr. Merger's lot, broke the "h( iji.iml Foundry, broke 1 '? ? nf several lots nud let \ cattle in "l,on lhe gardens, grate...

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. — 2 October 1860

X correspondent from KuU? (Soaatf, Indians, Eeudl tti? Cleveland Plafn<ltaUr the following epitaph, wbiili lie copUd from > gi*Te itoiie in that section. The vacant bust/and Is the author of tbe litM! H -*? tlx roauc. the gentle and tbe Vim called by Hiam moat no longer ?tay. Beeves lent bar to M bat lor aboet UwlyaiM years tri when At left, abc left bar friends in teara. lai tU> mn atDM is t??{bt and art byiae Bar v ud neut busbaad. OMnfe M'Kaa, Wboac left > iSbail H j?h /W<m? fr?fa Aawr ffawylrB t>ft t? HtfcTfU. Ill I? repent, and learn to eiag Hoasaimah, Fer ytw my Aortly ?e, aa ?d my Hannah. rr*io* r* n. J-T*T -rmi /nj?J or not? n*?V qiadc. DICS^S ACCO U JM x'AJfT AjtU DISPATCH PATEBT. yt, Twiinfn?fltri?' ax arintmnlmdped and prt<*clsd top tht GarcmmmU of Canada. Sir VmUd Sato, and Qrtal BriXtrin ; to alt njutm -3 mojr eoncera. -TTTHAT T CLAM AS MT DTOWTJOS IS. TBI \\ coutrivauce of ktmpins accounts current, of wimuwer kind, dracriptum or variety, m printed ...

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 October 1860

mm? , ~~j j ' -,'.-w:T i >: U> v* WIIBBrvINO,AVKDNHSDAY MORNTSGL OCTOI5KR 3, i860, ..1 Plf. J?i U .It,. ..*t ' y ,_i; x v U; tvi?SC} vTQ -T. ?? ? NUMBER 346. PRINTED A.\D PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL &?M'DBRMOT, [I.NTEM-IOEVCEnBIIlUDliVts, X. E. turner nf .Quincy and Jtain-Stt. TERM'S: Dally.(bj malleable in advance,).?1?'...//$5,00 By the Week ~ i?.? i.10 Irl.W?kly, (r?r year, payable ia advaqce,) 3,00 ^?Advertising done on reasonable terms. . . All advertisements from a distance, or from transient eity customers, mast l>e paid in advance. Tinsura nceT jEFFBRSOX JflpttftfifcifOs or SCOTTSVir.LE, ALBEMARLE CO, VA. Actl.lt ClW?L $150,000 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. " OF CI[AULOTTSVIi.LH, VA. OHT^- ?" $*??*000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITT8BUllGn, PA. Ciritu-? : S300'000 Commonwealth Insurance Co. OF IIARKISBUKG, PA. *"> *"* *300,000 Quaker City Insurance Co. OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. ClpnAi ............$500,000 11IIE thoiu Companies havtngappointed th? under ,>n?'l llifir A?o...

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 October 1860

gjailg gntcUiggtttet ^JAKPBBLL ft JC'DBKITOT, BDiToifl **? Mtorantroas. nuu.?Ouu, fcBwnd In dty. per ??*'>" ""J* lull, by vl<t ?> *5"5! Tk Wkiit. kr?*il,U ?dr.n<-?, W? Tnai) by mail. I* advance, .^1,00 W H E K I. I N G : Wednesday Korning. Oct. 3,1860. Th? Sheriff of this county has made his proclamation, and ordered an election for Circuit Court Clerk, on the 6th day of Moeenber. And now ia I he time for tha candidates to pitch in with their an Bonneemeats. The field ir ai jet cfear, and one quo has jnit as good chance as another. In the present mixed np and anomalous condition of things in this diocese, there is no telling who is who, - and Jack, or Jim, or Joe, can all make a dash for Major Loring's cast off slippers, with some hopes of success. Ther? are Jour regular parties in this county now, beside several free chorch factions, which follow no particular line of opinion, but Tote one year one waj and another year another way. The three first class pow ers, Bell, 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 October 1860

West Alexander. WILL BK A GRAND hally OF TIIK lLrt6f Washington County. F?, at \Yemt. | RoKu S?turdft? afternoon auil evening next, x,eUiatj, ott ht procM,lon of the WUeeliug, ?iid Tmyl^rstowu Wliie . ..Vert from nbroaJ will Le prewut. *"2?7 time of tlie campaign i? anticipated. , n!-!?nj*? : ! ^ OPHTIUtH"-' Sukokkv.?A lady m Tyler county, Va., who had been Uind for fifteen years, hag had her sight tored by ?" operation performed by Ur Hallev McCoy. We are also informed ,t this "gentleman succeeded in restor 4B (,ve or a SOU of Mr. Rollins, into 'It heart of which a knife blade hud ; ken accidentally st. Accibknt?A Child Killk?.? yesterday a >Utl? b?y numed Jhu- Coop "jonof Mr. Win. Cooper, of Centre Vbeeling, *ged ?boat 12 >"ars- wtt8 kil1" ed on the Bil?inorc 4 Ohio R?''road.? He riding up from Benwood on the hind end of the carB, when he accident nllr fell off, and coming iu violent con ,?t with the earth, was killed. . ?"?? ? j^-TiiK lhvBtt.?Yesterday evening there were ne...

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 October 1860

."IgtSfljT^lpelKgettter. Sw c&qn from school down #mr Khsded bn?j In the ramtner erwJonc an, . i 'Hfr fcotflpi hushed the saw and plane* l .And I peeped through the broken wtodi/w pane At b?r golden hair and her cheek* red glow. She was an Innocent rustic child, From the world's deception free. .. Aad wtaeo'sbe gave me the flowert wild" That her satchel held, and sweetly smiled. I knew tore's pledge tliey* were meant to he. "What a thrill of mysterious rapture then Aw^keJn my boyish heart. 80 intense Indeed. tl*ai it turned to pain? ' And my crimson face revealed too plain' How deep was the wound of Cupid's dart. I builded for her a beautiftil cot, Ow rounded by crystal ttrwum, n The Mir. the rose, the forget-me-not. And the woodbine, bloomed to hallow the spot Where l-built-ber a oot?in my dream*. I remembered her when 1 knelt to pray . Tp Our Eather who dwells above. And would often thing* to the angel* say, . / . That 1 dared nofcwhispet; id7 pea day* ?* ?' To her, for the sa...

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 October 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 4, I860. i-?- , . ' ' " l.AIffPBELL & M'DERMOT, f.,STBW.IGB3fCKR BCILDIKKS, y ? en-ner of Quincy and. Jlain~SU. T TS R M ? : m.ia.P>yabl? in Advance,*... $s,00 .. ihr W*k - 10 ?f l.ffNUr, (por y mit, P*y*M? I '? a.lvauco,) 3i00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. ' %]I advertisements from a distance, or from translout jtj costou^rs. mist be paid in advance. INSURANCE. JEFFERSON INSURANCE CO. ?F .cCOTTSVirXB. AtnEMARr.E CO., VA. XttiaCum*' .3140,000 ALBEMARLE INSURANCE CO. n UK CIIAKLOrrsVILLE, VA. (j4e;ilL. * * ?????????? $100,000 Pennsylvania Insurance Co. OF PITTSVUllQll, J'A. $000,000 Insurance Cu, as harkisbuiuj, i>a. *300,000 ftuakcr City Insurance Co. OF PH/WDKLPIIIA, PA. i pita $500,000 fplIB abort Companies havlnffnppointed the under [ si-ned their A?ent for W heeling, and vicinity, *onM rwpectfoliy aoHcit the patrun&go of the public jUdGoojptnlw :t'?known to befirstclass olflcea , I! prompter adjusted. N.C.A...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
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Wig gttteliijettcet! CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, BDTTOB9 A\? rWOrnjBTOEP. TERMS.?-Daily, debrfr*! in cat j. |w week, Id cent# Baxlt. bjr audi, in idrn&c*?.. -$5,00 Tn-Wcmi, fer nuifl, in >dv&ac?. X.OO JT, ?y ufl, itadraace. 1.00 W H EEL I N G: Thursday Morning, Oct-14,1860. Writ AUiudcr HMttng. The Republican demonstration out at j Wert Alexander, on Saturday evening next, promises to be one of the grandest , attain of the season. Arrangement! have ; been completed for running an extra train i on the HempBcld. which -rill leave the j Depot at 6 o'clock. XeaHy. if not qaite, three hundred Wheeling Wide Awakes will be in attendance with torcbe*. Every j one who can make hi* arrangements to go, &bonld be on hands. Til Union of reiterday publishes the following extract from the Pittsburgh Dit patch, a Republican paper, concerning the ; Jobs Brown inscription on a banner in the proceasioti in that city, last Thursday. It is in answer to the Pott^ the Democratic paper: "We pre...

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