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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 7 February 1861

WHEELING, VA.. THURSDAY iBfc vviu?r\v\ f. VOLUME 9 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, | INTELLIGENCER BUILDINGS, JV. E.cnrnrr ?f (juincy and itain-SU. TERMS: Dally, (by mail, payable in advancc,).-...... 45,00 lly the Week.....?............ 10 Trl-Wi-ekly.(j??r year,payableIn advance.) 8,00 tfS" Advertising dune ou reasonable terms. All advertisements froma distance, or from transient | city customers, must be paid In advance. INSURANCE. ~^T3SfX Insurance Co. of Hartford. | TNCORPORATED181B. Capital & SnrphH, S2,191,100.02. The INCOME or this Company U DOUBLE that of any other Fire Imunnce Corporation in the United States. Assets, Jaunary 1, 1SCO. Caihiu hand, ? Depositee lit ilnrtl'd Hank*,$231,443 48 Cull latrauHit, and In bauds or Agents,.... ltiu,2?7 7b U. 3. Treas. No tea, and accrut-rinterest, 75.900 00 U. S. Stocks, 5 per ct. ic.-im-tuuual interest, ...1AG,750 00 RearEitate unincumbered. . 75,990 00 Money dne the Co., seenred by Mortgage, ?.451 76 Del. k Hu...

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. — 7 February 1861

Jf attg gttitfUigMm* CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS ASD PROPRIETORS. t JK&M3.?Daily,delivered incity, p?r ?i?k, 10 c*ni? DmT, by mall. In *dr*nce? 46,00 Tu-Vimr, by mail, in ndranc*^ i,00 Wisely,by mail, Inadr&nc*,.? l.Ow W iTbE L IN~CT: ThnrsJay Morning, Feb. 7,188L Virginia HI audi Pane. There i> now but little doubt that Vir ginia b??, in the election which has just transpired, declared herself true to the Union, and taken lier stand more firmly than ever under that flag which she was one ef the first to raise, and which, let us all trust, she will be tbe last to desert.? The news will thrill every true man in Vir ginia with ? feeling of gratitude, and will I nspire everywhere a sense of dellvcrance and security. If it be indeed true that n majority of Union Delegates have been elected to the Convention, then this mis erable (but almost serious) farce of seces sion, je about played out. If Virginia but stands fast hi the Union, the other border slave States will do l...

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. — 7 February 1861

^Thursday Morning, Feb. 7,1861. fcir CoDXTy Doubt?Yesterday t|ic County Court was in session on a hor-e case nH day, a?d nothing was done of any public jmportance. C?-Tiif Rivkb.?The river wan falllnc yesterday with fcet of W(lter * the chuuucl. TUe Bo,too:. X.,. 2 arrivcd from Cincinnati and left again last even CSJ"Tiir Win [?.?Yesterday was a windy day, and dry goods fluttered about and swayed to and fro in the streets in a man ner calculated to embarrass and alarm la dy pedestrians. Consequence: I'ew of the gentler sex on parade. Bar-Nisw Coontkbb?t.?T^nterfeit ten dollar bill on the Brighton Market Bank, of Brighton, Mass., made it. appear ance on Saturday, in the eastern cities.? The viguctte is a female in loose robe, re clining; buildings with steam chimney in the distance, half-length female with sheaf innto!, in 'i? 110 r'S!11; r'Rbt end Wash ington, 10 above; left eotl ien, X ubove. ^STolics.?The policemen appointed by Sergeant McDonald, and confirmed by the couucil, are ...

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. — 7 February 1861

A- Painful Position.?An unmarried * P^ncct specimen of an old maid, oeing on & visit to a friend who lived io a targe manufacturing town, went one Sun day to cbnreb alone, nnd was shown iota a large square pew in which half a dozen females were seated. The prayers were arawing to a conclusion, when the officia ting minuter deviated from the afternoon service into another, with which she w*a unacquainted. Tbi? was .1 novelty to Miss ? wbo was iu the habit of nttendirc? public worship at a (nsbionable chapel in London. When this interpolated service began her co-pewers stood up; she, as a lDa,^t'r course, followed their example, and, on doing so, was surprised to see all i.w > eoogregation, except themselves, either fitting or kneeling. Hercompoliions Presently knelt down. She again followed their lead, and by paying great attention to the succeeding prayer, she discovered that it was a thanksgiving for safe deliver ance from the great pain and peril of child birth. The usual a...

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. — 8 February 1861

rarrxjTrra ,-0aki '???' MT/uJi WHEELING. VA.,FRIDAY M3BK1KG, FEBRUARY 8, 1861 VOLUME 9 NUMBER 143 ??.vx?u A so ^ CAMPBELL & M'DERjffOT '?eu,1(?JSckr.Miii)11(G8| ' A? Kcvrvrrof Quincy and Main-SU. T E1J.MS, UAilr.fby m*ll,pAjrable In .dram*,)..... By tlio Week ; -$6,00 Tri-w?itiT, (p?r jnri In"^?j;;;;;;-; " **" Al,Ttr?"UiK duns on reasonable tennj I N SPR A Nc?7 Insurance Co. of llartford. INCORPORATED lsio. Capital & Surplus, 52,191,100.02. a?s^=ssSfe u'i'j?iV? *"J KMruefl Imereii,.... jS,'? mil. lUcniv.hl.,"? ll"-'ll,080?> Other ..7,040 68 215 State ll'di, 2l4.5A?.,r v&STJLIf* ' ?8H 60 ?97 Bon.l. 4.7* lup?ret int ln,i-?".6Ki 25 sij 00 g .. P S^':;;;:-'S m . gta?>n? spring B?nk ?? $??{?, SSSoS 'i ^ .v sssSSSS aw -? ft?toa mJ;, ?> ? ;; - i-t?" oo 300 ? KA*'' " " -30,600 00 2370 " Hartford' ' ? oo ?.VJ1 ?? ' yf?w York. " " WM00 00 ? ?? or. W??w?a? or 313,000,000 Oi I,o..?. tiara beeu paid by tho JJtna Iiururance Co in tho past 41 yeae*. KIRK A NO ISLAND MAVIOATIOV...

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. — 8 February 1861

ailg gnteUigcum' "CAMPBELL ft M'DEHMOT," EDITORS ASD PKOPBIXTOR8. TJBR&IS.?Daily, delivered in city, p?r ?t?k, 10 cent a Daily, by mall, In adraaca, $S,00 Tu-Wuni, by mail, in adraaca,.- 3,00 Wkxxlt, by mall, in advance^.... .. 1,00 WHEELIN"gTs Friday Morning, Feb 8, 1861. Thb following'truthful and significant paragraph is from a Georgia paper, the Lagrange Reporter. It is but another evi dence of the strong repugnance to seces sion existing not only in Georgia, but in all the seceding States. It has the ring of the genuine metal: "The deed is done? Our rights are na* secured! We have been fifed and drummed?and voted out of tho Union.? We still love the Union. We love onr old Government, because it was established by the strong arms and tho blood of as true men as the world ever saw. We nev er did have any war to make on the Gov ernment, but always regarded it as a priceless inheritance bequeathed to us by our Revolutionary fathers, and we have adored the Union of the States be...

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. — 8 February 1861

ffailn fiftttelliflettm Friday_ Morning, Feb. 8^18617^ SSr.-y~DBC.NK AND Disom.Eni.-r Gcori'c Floyddj was found very drank and dlsor bef0r" ,<lSt in the Fiflh ward. Aid. MeManaway sent hin> to jail for ten days. eOTTiiB Codmtuy Saps?James Buch anan, was arrested day before yesterday m the act of stealing an over coat froni the establishmeni of O. W. Heiskell on Fourth street. Jle was sent to jail by AM Wright. *?-The Waynksbciio Base Sodxu We see it rumored in tbe Wheeling and Pittsburgh papers that llio^Fariners and Drovers Bank of this place has failed ? We are happy to be able to correct this erroneous statement. Our Bank is sound to the core? Waynetivrjf ItepublUan. a?-Tui: River, Thore is still ? good FtHge of water in tbe river, though it is falling rapidly. The wind blew so fu riously yesterday that few persons ventur ed down to the landing, nnd everything thereabouts looked unusually dull. The steamer Alma, bound for New Orleans, was at the landing. She had a pretty go...

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. — 8 February 1861

gaito guiclli(]cncct. Tiger Chase Ivy Baboons. The following account of n tiger cliase is extracted from the JVor/A Lincoln Sphinx, a regimental paper published at Graham's Town. The writer, after alluding to his ?porting experience* of all kind*, and in all quarters of the globe, declares that he never witnessed so novel or intensely ex citing a chase as that al?uut tobe described: Not long ago, I Hpent a few days at Fort Brown, a small military post on the banks of the Great Fish river, where my friend W. was stationed. One evening, ns my friend and I were returning home after a somewhat fatiguing day's buck shooting, we were startled by beariug the most ex traordinary noises not far from us. It seemed as if at! the demons in the infernal regions bad been unchained, and were amusing themselves by trying to frighten us poor mortals by their horrid yelling.? We stood in breathless expectation, not knowing what conld possibly be the cause of this diabolical row, with nil sorts of str...

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. — 9 February 1861

VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 9. 1861. i>m 1'UlNTKp AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, | IXTELLWEJICER BUILDINGS, AT. ?. corner qf Quincy and JJaim-SU. TERMS: Daily, (by mail, payable in adva&ttt,)^...^.... ..$5,00 By the Week.r...-M~.~~..??10 Tri-Weekly, (P?r year, payable in advance,) 5,00 4J- Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid In advance. in surXnce" ^ETisr^. Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED lain. Capital & Surplus, $2,194,100.02. The INCOME ??f this Company Is DOUBLE that of any other Fire Insnr.tnce C-.rporation in the United States. Assets, January 1, I860. Cash in liand, i: Depositee iu llsrtt'd Bsnks3:?U 148 48 ?Vl?i.lltnMU.iU anJ 'n band* of Agents,.... Itt0,(ai7 78 H" -.Treav. Notr*. and accrued Interest, 75.900 00 U. S. M ??cks, 5 per ct. sem Htaaual interest, ...160.750 00 Real Kit.U* unincumbered .^..Jwioeoo Mja*y due tlie'Oo., secured by ...

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. — 9 February 1861

gailg gtttelligcttcet OAUBELLIk If'DEKKO T, SDITORS A5D PBOPMKTOU. TIKM8.?Duly, d*Uver*d in city, par *?tt 10 cc&t* Dailt, by bmOI, i? sdT*nc^ 45.0? Tu-Wuxlt, by mail. Inmdrwic*, XfiO W uiit, by tmdl, inadranc*, l.Ofc WHE~EL I N O: Saturday Morning, Feb- 9.1861._ The GrtM C?>plrujr We print in another column, an able article from the New York Pest, relative to the real ulterior deaigns of the secession leader* in tba Sontb. The writer al anines, and sustains tlie assumption with the admissions of Mr. Slidell and the war like attitude of the Sontb, that conqnrst is the second act in that drama, of which secession is the first. As time paases and events thicken, the real object of all this seeeasion hubbub becomes apparent. Murder will out?so will treaaon?so will all sorts of rascality. For many years, Southern Democracy has controlled our Government. Por a long time men, who look not to the preserva tion of what we have, but to the conquest of what we never ought to possess, h...

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. — 9 February 1861

Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Saturday Morning, Feb. 0, i881. jQTFnosT ON TIIK Windows TbTshop keepers decorate their store windows very finely and the taste thus displayed is often admired, but the frost goes as f?r aliend of tliem in its artistic touches on the panes, as a Florentine Cathedral is ahead of an Irishman's shanty. Such exquisite fairy-like scene as tho cold frost angers traced on-the massive window-plates of out stores yeaterday, are to be found only in dreams. Their magnificence, richness, and exquisite symmetry no poctcmild con ceive, nor could the Ulu.t cunning artist excute such perfect workmanship ns is displayed on our shop wiudows in rare pro fusion. It requires uo powerful fancy to see in these frost pictures land scapes more enchanting than ever grew beneath the brush of the pViuter, cloud scenes ns fair as ever were pencilled in the sky, forests as rich as any which bloom in the wilder ness, with towers and castles, sharp spires and c...

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. — 9 February 1861

jgailg gjnteilujcncct. Hornby In Convention. The Portland Transcript hns a 1 ng letter from Kthan Spike, which describes a re cent pervisionai convention of the moonis Ipal emporium of Hornby, Maine. A com munication was received from the Secretary of the Town Treasury, to the effect that there was "not a red" In that department. The Secretary ofAVnr of the village re ported ms follow*: ?'That eight of the sixtern members of the Hornby Phalanx hed desurted?an that nothin short of a new supply of rum would save the loyalty of the balance?was re ferred to the Committee on Light-liaousea, with instruction, to get the necessary sup plies in Portland?ou credit?it they can." The Committee on Ways and Means, re ported: 4,Tbat ways is plenty, but means contrary-minded, and recommend a volun tary tax on old maids, cats an tea to fill up the public exigencies.'' The Convention went into committee of the boll and? II rioted, We are a poor daowo trodden, long-sufferin, despised, injured, misera...

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. — 11 February 1861

FEBRUARY 11, 1861. NTTMTIF.T? 14ft VOLUME 9. WHEELING TTir? I'KINTKD AND PUBLISHED BY f CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, 1.VTF.U1GENCEU Bl'lLDINGS, .V. E. curnrr of Quincy and Mutn-St. T E R.M S i Daily. mail, payable la advance,).? -.....$5,00 Bjr the Wrck..? ? 10 Tri-Weekly,(per year.payable la advance,).......;. 3,00 B^r Advertising d??oe on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. "insuranceT" yETNA Insurance Co. of llartford. INCORPORATED XSlO. Capital & Surplus, 52,194,100.02. The INCOME or this Company is DOUBLE that of any other Fire Insurance Corporation In the United States. Assets, January 1, 1800. CfOiiu baud, 4 Dopo-.ite.tiu llarliM Uiulu,; >31,448 4S Cuh iu trautit, and in handaof Agents,.- *100.2)17 7S U. S.Trras. Note*, and accrued interest. 75.1KW 00 U. J?, stocks, 5 per ct. ?cmi-auuual interest,,..150,750 00 Real Kstate unuisumUertHl.. 75,90<? 00 M >a?jy doe the Co? secured by M<>rtg...

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. — 11 February 1861

gjailg gjtttcUujeucn j AAMPBELL & M'DEKMOT, lOlTOII JJD PROPRIETORS. ? T KRMB.?Dailt, d?llT?r?d is city, ymt 10 e?nt? Duit, by maiL, Ib adr*oc?, -$5,00 Tu-Wmir. by mafl. in 3,00 > VftJtXJ-T. by mill, iaadvaaeat~.?.?~ 1,00 j W H EEL I N G: Honda; Morning, Feb. 11. 1861. Paktly tor the take of business, and ; partly for the site of a few days of ro luitior, we made it trip out West last week. We met with a jrreat many people in puiing tbrongh the States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri, and we beard specimens of almost all sorts? j Bell men, Douglas men, Breckinridge men ^ and Lincoln men?express themselves on , the troubles and topics of the day. Near- j ly erery two men who took a seat together ; in tho cars, fell at once to talking about the j latest phase of secession?the Peace Confer ence at Washington?the critical position j of Fort Snmter?and the probable action ; of the Virginia ConTention next (this) j week. Secession had no friends?not | one?among all the score...

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. — 11 February 1861

gattw gutelUgcum| Largest Circulation or any Paper in * Western Virginia.-fee Monday Morning, Feb. U, 1861. ?Until about two weeks ago the I'UWlic oT this vicinity Was not much aiittteJ or exciled on the oil question.? Tlic J tutu of tlie nation nbiorbed all the f urplus attention. Occasionally, it is true, a citizen would strike oil somewhere abroad and a mere mention would be m-'de of it; but the fact generally occasioned little or no excitement. But here of late the oil fever rages violently. The conta gion bas infected tliose heretofore supposed to have no rpeculmijn in their eyes.? Every man wbo visits the \ icinity of Pitts burgh or Parkcrsburg comes back with his tuiud distracted and his conversational i powers limited to the utterance or the I simple words, "oil," " 'lie," and "boring." A lurge company has been formed here fur the purpose of ptospectlog the surroun ding country and boring for oil-where sur face indications lyth discovered. Every iliyorlwowe hear that some fo...

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. — 11 February 1861

gutelligcucw. Th? PrMldenl'i Leree-The Whll? House at n Reception?A Peep at the , ?imu. The reception commences at 8 and clo "w* al 10 ** At "njr mo?*nt between these hours, jou may sec troops of hack ney coaches winding snrifllj into the broad avenues that lead to the White House, and depositing-their tenants nt the door, while from within and aronnd the mnntiou. jets ?f gas ^flmab a brilliant and festire light over the motley scene. Taking a stand just against the door, opposite which stands thu venerable Chief Magistrate of thirty millions, we may view uninterruptedly the stream of guests as it flows steadily through the reception apart ment Into the great "East Room." The first object that greets each new arrival? aud their names i? legion to-night?is the venerable Mr. James OMbuck himself, who standi huge, white, and smiling opposite the door, with the perpetnn! tideway stoop, and that everlasting smirking countenance, looking outof half an aero of white neck cloth. Tbey all sh...

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. — 12 February 1861

(ia was .eaaiTO' ) VOLUME 9 WHEELING, VA., TtFESDAY &<?>ilNTW3- TTOIvrt* a t>\* io ioci HUNTED AND I'UULISICEO BY ? jrr CAMPBEI?Ji & M'DERMOT IXTELLIfiEHCER ?WII.?IN09, ' -V. ?. otmt Q,lincr OHj Jlailt_S[L TERMS: ?' -*oo ?- A.!t ?rtl?lnt 'l"nt on reuonable Inn, 1 n surXnceT Insurauce Co. of Hartford I N'O o RPORATE Dial" Capital & Surplus, 82,194,100.02. ,b~"re,,S^'?t^or fiSKPsii 2U State u\ia J2ViS? ???-?17.SU 60 isssra,fe&F?^'-f!;rs S : Ssm?3F's,=?B?S ^ -3^?g ioo ? X,. ? upward, or 913,000,000 Lo"" taT* lMU~nM ?? RtaVa ? FIR?R?A?? IXLA^J> ^AVTOATIOX r ??c?Pted at term* con*j.t*nt with ?ol?encj and re-nT?V^,?rt7eventful in or exempt from lhUttr?<oit*2f27|Rlft? I?ln "? materUl Particular. holier* hiaiuln lou (Ming then much leMen.3?^ 1V.l' !,"r,"?n' ^y- ??"> all burfno. ?t tended to with dUpatcli an.I fidelity. by S- C.* AflTnCR. Agent, *p0 ??c? <>*?* the lUnk of Wheeling. Jfc*rUKSI).\ INSURANCE CO. Of 3CJTT3VILLB, ALBEMARLE CO, VA. Acrcal 0xm...

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 February 1861

IMlg 8ttt*Utgfnm ?AXPBE1,L ft K'DEHMOT, W H E E_L. I N Q: Tuesday Morning, Peb. 12, 18811 Tit* Tcnuamc Klectlon. The news from the State of Tennetwe It cheering beyond all expectation. The Union mep hare curried the State over* wbelmlngly, end the proposition for a Convention It killed dead at a natl. They wJU bare no kind of 'acces'slon io Tennea tee, not even 4 Convention to consider tnoh a thing. All ball to Tenneatee!? - * Vortky It the to contain the bones of the ma who taid "this Union mmt and shall be preserved." 1 ?????"""" i self yesterday in the Flonae of Representa tives by offering a resolution that the in dependence of tbe Sontbern Confederacy be acknowledged by the Preeident, so soon at it may be formed, and that he be required to receive its Commissioners and treat with-them about nil property, juris diction Ac. Tarnsworth, of Illinois, took . the thing off well by moving that tbe res olution be referred to the Committee on Patents. On Mr. Craige's on motion it was re...

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 February 1861

gailn gttttfHigeum Largest Circulation of any Papet^m Western VirBinla.-S* | Tuesday Morning, Feb. 12, TisIT 1 ""gyMou* About Oil.?We yesterday lad a talk with Mr. A. Pollock, who has just returned from the oil region on the Kanawha river, and who is one of a com pany recently formed in thia city, for the purpose of penetrating tho bowels of Wirt county, after grease, lubrication and light. Mr. P. re porta a stato of affair* down t-ere which will astonish our readers. He re ports that hundreds tof adventurers are crowding into the oil region from New Vork, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh the re ports of the exit-tence of the grease having reached the shrewd enrs of the speculators of those Clliea. Along Burning Spring Run tod at the Horse Shoe Bend, of the Kan awha, there an not leas than Cre huudred persons engaged in baring for oil where there are the 'slightest Indications or the existence of the article, and the scent pre sented may be likened unto the great Washoe country, with its...

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 February 1861

fjaili} jgaieHtflcnccr. [For the Iotellixpncrr.! BOSKET. th? tmr ?Um Uo?l.lhIbaHmuV mm*. Tlswl bjr tlx fcl.t f*ll of Ihe dl?um wif The fitful surge* mil their mm alone. With boar** Rod wrathful murmuring to the the re, TlmjuKh the rant woof of fleecy cloud* alar, 8Ual? on my soul Ilka evening's bolj do** The lovely lu*troo* ll^ht of a lone .tar, Q?*n ?t? her sweet rtpcM; Yet all thl? Wry scene hath left uo power, ?,?.^*lin.to brtj* ?T bord??ed boart r dlef, Sitting alone at mHlnTght'e witching hour, W the spell of an overmastering Brief While half the world lie* wrapped in il amber deep. Calm aa the Moon's pale beam* that on there water* ?leepl Lxokx Curio*. [Fur the Intelligencer.J _ (Tb? fcHowlng liofa, by aa unknown author, are submitted far your consideration by ooewbo re fanSf tbaa as toucblngly beanUftiLj Oh! come to ma. and bring with thee. The sunny amlee of &nner year*. 11 ?***?? to bright lend their light. This altered cheek look ch'earful stfll. But if the gloom of li...

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