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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 20 December 1860

"2^UK diajunches this raomiug tell as that itUfiOffl on j Ortw holies of Jbe iSjbtte X)<^??rtmejrt ?# -Washington. Storing -been' introduced gtowstoly fi?n.^a?. M?S> ' ^Aedfltimt SasfMrx, Jw* 5W?h jdfe<5hMxod. 'J '" _J ' ? ' ?i.*1 ..J/ ? 1 ? - :i -1 Tw oond'ttion M political affairs now i pceseotedto ;tf>e cpontfj, 3? moat anomal- j oik. Ju "the midst of a profound pence 1 with all ihe rest of the worid-attheeon-. closion of ? post abandon* ^harvest?in the ifoll .enjoyment.of youth and -vigor?in j the 84th year pf its age?in.theheigti.th of mechanical, aocinl andpolitical progress? So .the possession of still unsettled em pires-?in jebe x&ry morning of its carper, thisconnVry is like -tlie-^AnnointeC of Is rael," tired ofita tiife, .-*nd about ;to fall j ?p6n fu.oiru.?wurd. What U the matter? j TOfco J? ,?M>Pg throughout the land?' Go to ilaine, at the farthest extremity in the ^or^MaStj and there is no trouble there. r QoJfi .Calitprju?j on the shprj^ pf the IV -...

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. — 20 December 1860

iaSfMpI? #s_ Largest Oiroulatio?*or any Paper in . Western Virginity's*~ Thursday horning, Dec. 20, >860, S5=fe ySiy-Tue lndica ot the 3(1 ^ Presbyterian Church, Ritchietown, will have a supper this evening for the benefit of the Church. Nothing will be left undone to make the cntertatnnient worthy of patronage. j@?0utTo?Day.?The mammoth ir?i ly Intellii/enccr will t? out to-day with its usual large v.ir!ety of highly interesting news and misct-llaneons matter. Call and get a copy. Only one .dollas a year and five cents n single copy. (gj-TuE, Indies, will U-ive a. siKppor al Washington Hull, on Thursday evening, Dec. 27th, for the benefit of the Wheeling Orphan Asylum. Au object s/> worthy should be liberally patpjniicdv ggf The weather yesterday, was _v$irtij bright and spring like. Tho fifes- were permitted to. die out and overcoats were dispensed with. The streets looked lively and the ladies were swarming into the stores, and enlivening the thoroughfare ?with their presen...

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. — 20 December 1860

passed W; la w'd&Wi rig that the Fourth *rr^'-!i J i i 'v- ??'" '' 7 old itmnl.cl^riog ? ], r PijOW^^BTOi^^SvSsDS t .yp^?Mwfinr-i^rHere watef& ft. foibe resisted; iy roxuxd^oosfa : wet^ nod^ damp |placj^^ntng far '" Op the new',Btltlroor^ CityiWttcr|Work?> in. the ? oons^gncgloa Conduit, this Cement' wai" iiwd' exclu -' IB8y?Itt 0 stisbvfelgr.usid oa-tbo miwonry and taaeU of the BaUimoreaml Ohio, and N. W? Ya. . titort Ukironshiy tested npou . the New Water Works, is Baltimore, wbero il lw? ? been jued in all actuation* which 'required* work of Vldrt&tCMiutruction of ddt W,?!? Ouneatfifaaused, and Hplh engineers and snp&fafendehtB concur In saying that while ft * kat no cquatjtr Utt'tn net placet and jrterc >Y ?i ne -cuppty ova S-jboxuSpriaus, it bu this *dy&ata?e aver all other quick setting cements thnt. when 0!"6d In dry place* nndeirpowd to lit mi, it It) ?BfttJjnWt, tft ? i\.C#oient1 wljl be furnished in Barrels or Bags, in ' qouuitiw to salt purchaser...

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. — 21 December 1860

irrsEtvoA w 3AMX Jr. ,??? ? VOTAiMK 9. I : WHKKI.INOrVA., Fill DAY MORS1NG. T)Et!EMBER 31, I860: ". ?. - ... ? ... . , . . NUMBER 101. ifilirto-UUg ' \ _ " M" ffV/ . .??? f'KCS ' i>; v* i* >r v*?. i*i * - '? Tv-'*<, IV.K / >:?' f'j&Crt* ^crrh'TT t Iftf! ??-? X . mm flUjiT nBE gg- Advertising done on liwonable terms. All adieHi^mentsWnadMance.brrrom tnuudent city customers, most ba paid In adranca. ??? business cards. '"tTsWEENEY & SON, (KCCSSS0B8 TO SWIESITB* BB1?) - K A K U F A C T J{m$ FLINT glassware, ?"2J!SSSa^25S~ V<1. C5 J/airt Street, . WHEELING, VA. p cY hILDRETH & BRO. 53 Mnitv Street, WbecllnRi V?. WHOLESALE DEALEKs 1Ji I?r,um?'' j I Nail*. m S?riiu Shanghai Matches,] ^'7 &?? Ware, 4c. 1 ^uufurHow.'a S^.Cyf? ?"> I J*, SlcnrM Price paii for Bag., ?*=?* r.imtnn. Scrap Iran. <?r. ? ? i "Wlff- SHAFFER, PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER JEWELEE & ENGRAVER. iiKAixn is Watches, Jewelry,Silver APlatefl Ware, FANCY GOODS, See. No. SO Main St., ,pU_CF.MT...

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. — 21 December 1860

gailg ^atfHigcnrr "Campbell & if'DE&xof! IDITOU ASD PBOTBtETOl:S. T1UU SAILT, ll?M??r?d is dir. per work. 10 car Dailt, by mail, in ? TuVbot, k; Mil, iiiwtnuK- 3 Vmu.br DMrtl. tn*d?*Boe,.. 1. W H E E L I X G: Friday Morning, Dec 21,1860. The Bod. Benjamin V. Wade, t". S. Set ?tor for the State of Ohio, made a <uirric speech *t Washinjfton o? last Sonde. To be appreciated, it hod to be beerd. T1 CHobt doe* cot begin to do either tb ? words or the <tpmt ot the Epeecb aoythii? like Ju*Uce. It wns what might he calle-. b "stunner."' Wade himself is a peculiar sort of a roan. He is familiarly called "Old Ben Wade," i* grentlr admired nud respected by his opponents, and loved by his friends. Xo man is mere jovial and warm with Old Ben than our Senator Ma son. VTc have seen them in the moat brotherly intercourse?holding each other be the bands for moments together. and laughing and chatting ns if thev were the most homogeneous conple in the world.? Wade is a man of the revolu...

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. — 21 December 1860

fo Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia."S* Friday Morning, Dec. 21,1860. r?jj?Uktcrx of a Runaway Wife?lliou Times is TniAUEtpniA.?Our renders will recollect that some months ago we announc ed tliat Mr. Joseph Bader and a Mrs. Mies ner. of Triadelphia, bml eloped together for parts unknown, the one leaving n doting husband, the otbern fond wife, nnd both a host of distressed friends in the village. Nothing was heard of the run nwavs until Wednesday, when much to the surpriseof the Triadelpli'iins. Mrs. Mi te ller returned, all tears and repenting to ask forgiveness of lier outraged husband.? She sn'i B ider hud wandered about, spent ,heir mouty and the unholy alliance, like ' all such wicked affair.-.ended in a quarrel, Hiid the wile, relying upon the old love of her husband, left ltader, and returnid to lier farmer home. Mr.Miesucr, possessing ] more of the milk of human kindness than I usually falls to the lot of his spccies, received | his wife with open arms, an...

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. — 21 December 1860

ARtkMCX WARD IKES PORRB8T. Dnripa rcccr.t visit to New York, the' itndersined went t? see Edwin Forrest. P .,nU?,l,'? ??wl show biznUs rav self. I pin rally go to liarnim'g nionii Jlii ?eum, where only moral ptple air admit ??;,Ftt.'-CklV? We<lllesday arternoons. But this time I thot Id go no J see Ed. Ed has bin actin out on the stage for raanv yef.rfT ? ,?re is vnrif "opinious about his . actio, Englishmen gin rally bli^vin that he Is far superior to Mister Mac.-cstij ; but an one pint all, agree, 4 that U that Ed 1i8S3.Hr 1-SIX 0XAe*m- Ed artin at Hiblo?.Garding, which looks considerble inore like a, parstei than a gnrding, bat let Wat pars. I sot down in the pit. took out; wjr spectsrles 4 commenced peroosin the evenin s bill. The nwjindc was nll-6red Jarge 4 the hoxes was full of the elitty of .mI. i 5.er?' ?Per7 glasses was lev S ^ Gallium's fairest darters, bnt L , 5-, ?n as 1,10 ' noticed it,tho meb by I did take out my new sixteen-dollar til* *a brandish it round more th...

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. — 22 December 1860

VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA.,SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1860. NUMBER 102 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED, BY C AMPBELt & ffi'DERMOT, INTELLIGENCER BUILDINGS, J\~. Kairurr of Quiiicy and Jtain-Sti. TISRMSs Daily, fl-y mail. payable iu advance,).. $5,00 By the Week........ ... 10 Trt-Weefely, (per year, payable in advanco,) 3,00 *3- Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, mnst be paid in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. T. SWEENEY & SON, (SUCCESSORa TO SWKEXXV3 k BELL,) ? MANUFACTURERS OP ? FLINT GLASSWARE, Cliluftf (luecuHwarc, Lamps, Giran doles. Table Cutlery, <fcc-,\fcc. iVo. C5 Main Street, WHEELING, VA. p. C. HILDRETH & BRO. Main Street, Wheeling, Va. WH0LESA1.K DEALERS IX Nail Rod, Window Mass, Maryland I.imo, II,ir Iron, Vrlntiiig 1'aper, Connnon Lime, Nail*. Wrap. 1'aper. ?I"nr? , ? , Sheet Iron, Master Pari*, Shanghai Matches, Wire. Land Plaster, Salt, Cast Steel Cement, Wooden Ware. 4c. Agents for Howe's Improv...

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. — 22 December 1860

gailf jjtttclligcncft Wa. MP BEL L & MDE B M 0FT EDITORS AKD PKOPRIKTOHS. . '? ' - ? * TKRM8.?Dailt. delivered in city, per week, 10 cents D.ULT, by mailt in %drmnce,? .$5,00 Tai-WxxKUr, bj m&iL, in &dv?.nce^. 3.00 WttXLT, by tuaiL Inadmnce,... 1,00 WH"E E L I N G: Saturday Morning, Dec- 22,1860. In the littler part of January, we trill liavon Charter Election, nt which we will be called upon to make choice of a City ?Government for the ensuing year. We have a Mayor to elect, a Council, a City Sergeant, * Superintendent of Water Works, a Oity Clerk, a Wharf Master, a Street Commissioner, and a number ?of other subordinate municipal officers. At an ordinary election, in an ordinary year, a choice of this sort involves com paratively little of importance beyond the selection of men well qualified for the re spective posts to which they aspire. In times like tbeoe now upon us, however, the case is different. There is at least one other consideration in addition to fitness i...

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. — 22 December 1860

"ts. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "S* Saturday Morning, Dec. 22,1860. Jga-LKCTPRK BEFORE TIIE Y. XI. C. A. Tbc Rev. J. J. Marks delivered iiis fits, lecture before the Young Men's Christian Association, nt the First Presbyterian Church, liist night. The nudiencc whs a very intelligent one, though not, perhaps, as large as tbc lecturer deserved The lecturer dwelt principally upon the appearance of, and scenes in and around Consrintinople, Sevastopol and the Crimea though lie included many other subjects and engaged the attention for more than m) hour uod H half. It is impossible to niveau '"lea of a lecture of this character, when scenes are related with the vividness ; and interest of an eye witness. The lecturer described tbc approach to i Constantinople, and the condition of the j narrow streets of the city. At thi3 season of the year the streets were rivers of mud, and upon going out one encounters innu merable donkeys, catuels, mules, tnen and bearers of...

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 December 1860

PURE MEDICINAL COD-LIVER OIL! lfo> 154 North Vliird Street, PHILADELPHIA. JC- BAKER k CO., in offering to the public their # brand of Cor*-Lrrwi Oil. have great pleasure in warranting its excellent quality; which, niter many years of iat>oriouH experience, they have succeeded in perfecting. It is prepared, ncntr?1lii^ to the most ap|iri?vctl process. from fi*v?h and healthy livers of the (Jo < I us maryfttta (OltUli). iK-li cli-d svitli extreme fare, under the t*eraoimi Htpcrvlsiou *?f their agent in NVwfmind land. Its sweetness, purity, mul freshness. make it scarce ly distasteful to the most de- ic.ite patient: while the unilurmity of its iiknIc of prujuiratiou mafies it the inost desirable brand of Oil in the market. The uncertain quality, aud defective manuer of. , preparing Cod-Liver Oil. liave precluded many suffer- j log persons front rightly appreciating its merits.'?r | fully testing itK remedial virtues. While its success depend* mainly on the employment of a genu...

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 December 1860

VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA.,IflQjNDATMORNING, DECEMBER 24. 1860. NUMBER 103 PIUNTKD AND PUBLISHED BT CAMPBELL & DEHM#$ INTELLIGENCER buildings, iV. R corner of Quincjf and JUain-SU. ? TERMS: Daily, (by mail, payable In advance,).- .......45,00 By the Week.......?.... 10 TrMVeekly, (per year, payable In advance,) 8,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, mast bo paid in advance. ????W???????? BUSINESS CARDS. ~ T. SWEENEY ft SON, (SUCCESSORS TO SWUSXIS* BILL,) ? MANUFACTURERS OP ? FLINT GLASSWARE, China, ftofeimwtrp, Lamps, Giran doles, Table Cutlery, &c.ti'<fcc. Xo. 65 J/ain Street, WHEELING, VA. p. c/hildreth & broT 5:* Main Street, Wheeling, Va. WHOLES A LK DEALERS IX Nail Kod, Window Glass, Maryland Lime, lUr/ron, Printing .Paper, Common Liuie, jvoil*, Wrap. Paper, Flour. Sheet Iron, Piaster Part.-', Shanghai Matches, Wire, Land Plaster, Salt. Cast Steel Cement. Wooden Ware, 4c. Agents for Howe's Imp...

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 December 1860

CAXPULL i i^BEKlOT, EDITORS AID PBOPBtETOSS. TMUH. n?nr,??<i?n?d in city, par week, U> cent* ? by ?In adtmnaw ?MftO IH-WiHIT, by-mail, in adrmncc, 3,00 WmtT, bjr MsO, inadvuct, 1,00 w'HEELIN 6: Monday Morning, Sec. 24,1860. Soks mornings ago we published an article from the Savannah (Ga.) Timet, the argacarat of wbicb was, that the. great American experiment of popular govern ment had failed, an J tba* the nation being now in a State of rapid and unquestionable disintegration, we -should betake ourselves to Constitutional Monarchy as a preserva tion against the horrors of anarchy or un certain military despotism. To the eyes of the Timet it bad been abundantly proved that the popnlartheory in government bad failed, while on the other hand it had been proved to them, in the example of Great Britain, that Constitutional Monarchy bad not failed, bnt on the contrary that it seemed specially fitted and adapted to tbe genius of the Anglo-Saxon race. The article of the Timet was ably...

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 December 1860

t3- Largest Circulation of mi Paper m Western Virginia. Monday Morning, Dec. 24,1860. (jjrlVE ore authorized to give notice thHt the Banks and Savings Institutions will be closed as usu*l on Tuesday the 25th instaut, Tuesday the 1st January and also Friday the 4th of January as recom mended by the President of the United States as a doy of general fasting and prayer. Id py-THE Shortest Dat.?LustSaturday was the shortest day in the year. jgy-PRESRXTS.?To-morrow is Christ mas, nud we would again remind all of the extensive stock at the Fancy Store of J. T. Scott 4 Co. j^-Dkltulxtivb Fihk.?Wc learn by telegraph that the Central Ohio Railroad Car shop, at West Z uiesville, was destroy ed by lire on Friday night. The loss, it is thought, will reach $15,000. pyt>?mTMAS Ball.?Among the ron nv amusements for Christmas is the I,all to be given by l'rof. Ueardsley, at ?Swartz's llall, this evening. The Hull is a pleasant one, the parly is expected to be large and the music capital. All who...

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 December 1860

El**.: The Chronicle of Hopes. bt Kinu^* ndsctrbir kfure*. f < ' I would not cJir&nichT,mr nro By dynasties of joy or pain. By feign of pw^ or time* of at rife. By accidents of Joss or gain; The hope* that Nurtured In my breiut Hare been the Very wiugs to me On kbidieifiteDce flixtU or rests, These only shall my eras W. Whether they rose to utmost height. And glistened In the noouday sup, I Descending with as full delight When all Was realised anil won; Or whether mercilessly checked By adverseairs and lowering tikies. They sank to earth confu*ee ami wrecked Almost befure they dared to rls?-, With equal lore I loved them all For ttuir own special sake*, nor care What essence nereor there might foil, Bach has Its sweet memorial share: Let but my hope* In corning years. Preserve thtir long unbroken Une. And smile* will shine through any tears,. And grief Itself be half divine. For not to man on earth is given The ripe fulfilment of desire;? Desire of fleaven itself i^hcaven. So...

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 December 1860

aynjiTojAjAioa^ ?ifiilt f# Sraamrw; ?>i re .HJft'I s ? -r: ?rrrr.?ra?'yvj'.:v;.. ^ $ini 77tij i>a!?n* i&v arf Jxdl rvi*li i-t ^ >h7 ii- tjrii ui yiniple J;iw ? <* /4i ? **? VOLUME 9. * W HEEL-IflG, V A., TUJSSDA1 .MtjRlirNG. DECEMBER 25. 18B0. . ... NUMBER 104 I'JtlNTED AND PUBUHIBD^y- j j> CAMPBELIi & MDERMOT, ISTBLLinBNfBH BUII.l^IXOS, K- E- carnrr of Quincy and Main-SU. L I !; ') 'if ?; ' T 12 RMSi Daily.O'y mail, payable in advance,).... ......48,00 By tho'Wrelt............ ; 10 Trl-ffrfWyffFrrcw.IfOJ'MfilQ advance,) 8,00 ay Advertising dune on reasonable terms. All advertisements frotuadtstance, orftomtransient city customers, must bo paid In advance. BUSINESSCARDS. T. SWEENEY & SON, (SUCCESSORS TO SWEENEYS* BELL,) MAN U FACTUUKU8 OF ? flint glassware, Chill ft 1 ftnceBiwkVe'i' Lnmps; Giran doles, Tabic Cutlery, Xo. 05 Main Strttt, WIIKKLTNOi'VA. p7 C. HILDRETH &~BRoT n:t Main Street. Wheeling, Vn. WII0I.KSALE DKAJjEHS IN Nail Roil, Window (Hum, M...

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 December 1860

**PBELL A M DEBUOT, TM-Tmat, ?T >4 In adnoMs. ^loS WHE?|cIM a : Tuesday Morning. Dee. 85, I860; ? A mi esteemed correspondent in oar paper to-day calls upon Mr. Lincoln to cone ioat either In a speech or a letter or {?'some public war and give the country an Msorame* as to wh*t the policy of liis administration isgftlrig to be. Oar friend tkiaks that something of this sort would do (oad and would the more effectually rally and concentrate the Union sentiment of the country into one solid nucleus. Per haps it woald. We arc not prepared to .differ with oar correspondent to the ex test of saying no. Rut there is some thing involved in this thing, which, al though perhaps of secondary importance at a time like this, when everything that can be done should be done, that is wor thy of remark. It is this: No man was ever elected to the Presidency with a record more entirely conservative than Abraham Lincoln. And the beauty and strength of it is that |t was laid plank by plank, and item ...

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 December 1860

gjailg IfntcHij^urr* ir Largest Circulation o/aSy Paper in Western Virginia. Tuesday Morning, Deo. 25,1880. \Vill Reslug.?Tlie stoppage of the Belmont add Labelle rolling Mills, we are advised, is only temporary. TUbjr wiU resume after the holidays. p^-Xo Paper To-Mobbow.?To-day being Christinas, and the atUiAliees of this concern being anxious to join with common folks in a proper observance of the occasion, uo pap" will be issued from this offiee to morrow- ^ j^-Rkauixo aso Klocutiox.?Mr. A. A. GriflitU, an accomplished reader and elocu- j tionist wiil give a series of entertainments in this city shortly. We have before us ! several complimentary notices, of the press, j \n which Mr. G- i^endorsed as oue of the finos, readers in the country, jggg Th : Hiveb.?The river was at n stand yesterday, the weather beautiful, bright and inviting. ? The John J. McCombs, with Capt, Sharp Hemphill iu the office, was to hare depart ed yesterday for St. Louis. 7 here whs nothing specially worthy...

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 December 1860

UNION AKaLIBERTY. ITafll our country's natal morn, - IIaH!:<oOT*^readtiigkindred born, Hall! nor banner, yet nntorn, Wiring" ",<r ***? fr?! SbaJrhotwe their note* prolong? . - - .aajjnaoA2i; 0 4 "Who wonki draw the invidious line? Bear tit 4*? th^iJunlb's fitff land,.. ' Tear^tliVcrn 1 nil mountain band; Dear New Kngland's rocky ?tnmd, Dmr tbo pralrleU West! . By oar AUnr*. pure ami free. J" . .. By our L.nw? deep-rooted (fm, By the Past's dread memory, By onr W.isHixoroy. By pur common parent tongue. By onr h<jpeH. blight. liril'iant, young, By the tir* of oomitry, strong? We Will still be oyzl Fathers! hare ye l?le 1 in vain! Ages! must ye droop *g*fu? Maker! shall we ra*hly stain Blessings sent from ThjceI No!?Receive onr solemn row. 'While before Thv throne we bow, Ever to maiutaiu as ikjw Uxjon?Libejitt J The Wiles op Bhauty?Danger op Ma king Love ox a Steamboat.?An English man, engaged in traveling: throGgb the cotton States, passed down the river in one of our steamb...

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 December 1860

HTSavaA w :aaDiTCra, jAiua iT .b*otrA .H itdal *>>jq<Ci Xi| ?*??! , ff " HO ?oji-uj i t^*?! ?', .tiHttfw U0H&* ?; * f A-s-frv K(I2T2AU wwuhM '\m .?hiX i - ?? I ..t-Ca __ ^ |W !?!?? ?Iffii?nwnywf ^ TSffOSft :sfS7 fTT^*T r^zrsr~ffsEirrn fW-Oi? (84)1) ??Ifi*f /?**! fj ;!? YSW Sid? *uU to ittvd 9di no ba&fri i?c? *id; .-ill *-f. v?n ' -i?i '. \? ->?! i a?V/ J X.-ivvai r/.ji: ? niij fe'ji.dw .rari J: il ?i-'j. ?;:<1 - l:.ii V < \-C*' T. y ? ;?> ; j ;tjH| f. VOIiUM'E 9; !; ' ?WHEELING> VA . XHURSDAY MORNINCr,. PECEMBER 27, 1860. NtJMBER W6 CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ISTBI.LIMSfEI1 BPfLpiKCS, ,V. ?. conur of Quixc) and Maip-SU. ; T.-BJ BM S: Dally, (I.v niaU,payable in adv?ne?A-..;..;.......i..$S,00 By tho ^"'k 10 ?Trj-Weekly, (per i?i|iajable In advance,) /..'3.00 J^-Advcrtisinsd<?ne on reasonable terms. AII advertisements from a distance, orfrom transient dty coitomers, must be paid in advance. BUSINESS CARDS. " t. SWEENEY & SON, (gcccESSOR* to wiExrr...

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