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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 18 November 1859

,?3X<i innA 10 aitftjj A foslitv. It i >o : -:i 1-: Jl Ofj! TM'M^SIT, ?tolnl ;o Jm2 ojit jy ?xllo 'W>?( viuu uftia flj-.w'i?Vsi ?i uoiin-itit ip$jL'? ? ' * i . ? ? liouTi sil; diiV i a \a at3 oiIT WHiKKIiWG;1 VA.. FRIPATIM0HNIN&, November ih, tsr>0 TOlitJME 8, .1 -HJO* iWn r ? CAMPBELL & M'DERMdT, it msrg&tT. 'i; ?Dally,(bynia!l,'payable in advnncc,).. 45,00 ? 'tflfiWSlrrTO' 1.10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance,)..., 5,00 4$-AaTfftolng done on reasonable terms. , . Allndyertisomeptp from a dfstapce.arfronvtransient city customers, .must be paid In advance. - ?. t 1 -k ?r*-n?. c .? ;.? ?mrm?/; :i a CITY DIRECTORY. WIIEKLINO POST OFFICE. ? Arrival and Closing of the Hails. ACruthlnpton. nc. daily, (exccpf Simony!*) arrive tt 10 A. M, clown nt 3:30 JP. M. Parkcrshurg, (by thoRivcr.) arrives at 5 A. Mn on Wednesday, Friday anjl $unday. Clones at 0-.30 A. M., Monday, Wednesday luvdTriday. ? Parkereburg. by B. i d. R. It., arrives at 6:43 P. M. Clows at G...

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. — 18 November 1859

tuttt CilFlILL * I'SXIXOT, Tn but mnmba of the Philadelphia ffitwttrfc? ? highly inn i .Msg, fliwiisl wlid^ twdtl, "the imcamte ?f the Poar " grrixg m. twiml kistocy of the Popedon of Pias Sink, ?kM it ttnaadi u a 3^5 J****?* .%TO turn that tW pnjulir Mtiw wutti ii?| the Papal iacpaae are quite exaggerated. It irro7{(MD!^ bettered that the Pope E?K air^ipri,, *f* his Hofiaea^ar i ?T the States ?T the Chuck, owl $13, and that hi* pn* a tafcie, shewing flit ?tf PSuirahet frtxot the AB Ihi Bi? states contribute to Us npport, , ^dkaMifanji ?o- ?? p?d?s ' Mti.uaed 4a gft iaamt mm, bat for two or three centuries hack, or na? the treat schicm of tbenxteenth century, when a great part of Genmaay, the whole of the Netherlands. Swedea, Iliaeurt- Jwcway. Scotland, aad a large a amber of the ?of Fraaee aad Switzer seceded from the ((??iiimik of the Ckneh, ft seems that the revenues haTe d? ?nlk the decline of power. Ac cording to the GcxttU, the Kwutea of rereaae hare beea aaiaJy as follows: Fr...

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. — 18 November 1859

iiiltittieWipttfe* Friday Morning, Nov. 18, 1859. ~ a?"F0USD.?The breast piu advertised yesterday, was found and is now at this office awaiting tho advertiser; JS-Likb Hot Cakks.?We printed a large extra edition of the Weekly Intelli gencer yesterday, enough we thought, to supply all reasonable demands, but before night the-whole lot-was cleaned out. ^ta lly persons send the Weekly to their friends abroad and save the trouble of writing letters. Its a good idea, and we intend to do all we can to encourage the practice. Bfeg-DiSTixocisuED Arrival.?Geo. H. Hoyt, of Boston, who went to Harper's Fer ry to defend Old Brown, and who has be come famous in consequence, was stopping at the McLurc IIousc, yesterday. He came direct from Harper's Ferry, and proceeded to Cleveland, lie looks about twenty years of age, wears long hair, and is of the in teresting, melancholy cast of countenance. .BEajfTHK Weather.?Yesterday was a beautiful Indian summer day, warm, glowing and hazy. Every vestige o...

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. — 18 November 1859

YE PEDAGOGUE: ? A- Contemplate BiilLact. >i0i2 3U T 1 ? toied tay* P^o^'e, " .M 1 '^sss^sss^ "jroonker'i pate to stimulate. He beau yeother eode! m. lordlio ia ye Pedagogue As any t urban'd Turke; vl? ? fo ** District Schoole, It is no idle workc. ? IT Tirr oft Rebellion lurketh there In breaste of secrete foes, Of malice fulle. in waite to pone Ye Pedagogue his noso! v. Sometimes be bears, with trembling feares, - Of ye ungodlie rogue On mischieffe bent, with fell intent To licko ye Pedagt>guol TJ. And if yo pedagogue be small e, When to ye battell led, In sucha pUghte, God sende him mights To breake ye rogue hia head! vn. Days after daye, for little paye, He teacheth what he can. And beam*yryoke. to pleas* ye folkp, And ye Committee-man. mi. Ah! many crosses hath he borne, And many trial* founde, * -> Ye while he trudged ye district through, And boarded rounds and rounde! IX. Ah! many a steake hath ho devoured, That, by ye taste, and slghte. Was In disdalne, 'twas very pl...

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. — 19 November 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MO NUMBER 75. . III i ? *niN3TEO- *5D PUBWSUED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, lS1\ELHOKNCER UUIL.DI1V.G19, . .V. K corvcr of Quincy and Jfaia-Sti. ?J.I I r T Kii M S: ) DaH>v(Hy mail, payable in advance,)... $5.00 By the Wrek. (payiUdo to the Carrii*ri>.10 ?fri-Weekly," (per year,payable In advance.) ,.. 3,00 jBGy- Xdvortlslng^lono on reasonable terms. . A11 advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. ~ CITY DIRECTORY? WHEELING POST OFFICE. Arrival and ?losing of tue Mails. V/a-dfington. I*a.. daily. (exeunt Sunday.) arrives at in A- 3L, clones at Jfc30 1'. M. I'arkersbnrg, (by tlie IUvcr,) arrives at 5 A. 3L, on Wednesday, Pridny and Sunday. Closes at 0:30 A. M., Monday, Wetlnwluy and Friday. Parkersburg. l.y It. ? O. IL P., arrives at C:43 P. 31. Clones at C-JtO A. M. Mail Train from the liist,- arrives at 1:53 A.M..? Closes nt f:45 1?. 31. Kxprefw Ti-ain. from tlie East, arrives at 8:53 A. M. ?lo....

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. — 19 November 1859

lailjgttWligttttti; ?? ? . ~^HEE LING: Jfgtgrday Morning. Hov. 19,1859. a scene in Shakspearej pick , . ' ,or Pnnch, tl>at can out-ridicule the ollow.ng despatches from Charleston, we cannot recall it. The drama there in . UrS? ?f denou"nie"t, has passed from g?dy down t0 low comedy, and is rap idly becoming a farce [piest despach.] a ?tRPER'8 Ferry? Nov. 17.?Midnight to obte-Dger !lathecn 6cnt Charlestown 1K? reliable information regarding lurneedenp tb"e' but ^ has not gyet re n? * m excitement exists here and roSrtn 8Ur?r-d8 are l'atroling the streets and with ,'n u is rumored that 250 men, armed , ' r'fles, are encamped near Perrysville, a rewue nreR? CharI?s.town? meditating the ,of Brown. The report is too im init. "ny C0nfi(lenc8 to be placed [second despatch.] h^p?b^ Kerry, Nov. 18?2 o'clock, ri.o i ~I messenger dispatched to ]eft itS^WV', no'id returned. He left at 10 o clock, and was to have been rihl? Iw\? u0U? and a balf- !t is pos the guards'6 detained by some of [tb...

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. — 19 November 1859

Saturday Morning. Nov. 19. 1fW? 8t- M??h?w'. Church. NOTICE. OToh^aKOH THK svntud to officiate. church, has kindly con Saturday, Not. 19,1859. PERKINS: Z&"A Mistake ail Arocxd.?a gen tlcraan of tills city who owed a small ac constat a Main Street grocery store, re cently called upon his creditor and said he hoped soon to be able to settle-that he was negotiating the sale of his shop to a young German, and expected to realize a considerable sum ift cash. The gentleman caned upr.on in a day ?r two, and regretted to meet hi* engagement, say ing that h,s customer who proposed to buy the shop, had failed to come to time t appears that the young German had been courting a buxom girl of the same persuasion, aud being without means him sefy was depending npon the matrimonial alliance for means to make the purchase g,r1' who has some three or four thou snad dollars in her own right, discovering that her intended husband had already arranged for its investment, became sus piciotis that al...

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. — 19 November 1859

7 a .W^kur"swoct'seetning moT f motn'ry or aui imprem ?- ; Of things nnwn but yet to come? D9W tho fond soul at timwcaruM, ? The Angel of our future home? i ?:?Say ye learn'd in Psychic love, ~1h It but a del drive vain, vi Or have I seen thin form Iieloro *<Ab on6 whose heart I'd gladly gain? Conscience vcltispera them it is? ? ( My heart is flx't on hor alone, .: ,. J. IqvM her, and eli^li ne'er do leas, ?u ...Ohldeor on?s?ay thou will't huiiiitie! 7t- ? .Then 1*11 endeavor to requite thee, <3 With lovo sincere?as true as warm, Lot Hymen say "I will with ye In lore's bond's of sweetestdiarm!" And If speaking thus I pain Thy tender virgin modesty, Or should I seem to thee too vain, Yet condemn me not too hastily, But try to think that, ?'were I ho ~3M love, perhaps 03 tenderly! Then may my hopes requieted be "With all^tliy heart's sincerity! For lovo indeed is heavenly warmth. ? To which on earth nought can compare, It gifts ns with an Angela strength The many ills of lifo to...

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 November 1859

??0ITiOTC inxsuioiL no C;; ^SaflU n-jiilb n . tefl^Tiv. IfCJj VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA? MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1S59. NUMBER 70*. I'RlJSTJiPtAND PU.BI48I1HD-3V, ? OT1" CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ISTELLIGiBHC?BBD|l.pUIG?, i\1 ?L corner of Qnincy and Main-Sis. TKH.Mfe: Dally (by mall, payable in advance,).-..... ...$5,00 By 111- y?J?b\o to>tlmCS>nkre,)T.r.,...... 10 Trf-Wcekly,'(j*r year,payable in advance,).....;... .3,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient? City cudtomera, must be paid in advance. CITY DIRECTORY. ./ WnEELISG post office] Arrival and Closing of the Mail?. WaAingtflw, l*a_ ?huly, (except Sunday,) nrrivos at 10 A. M., cloues at 3UkJ P. M. Farkershnrg, (by "the River,) arrives at o A. M., on Wednesday, Friday ainl Sunday. Chwes at ih30 A. M., Monday, Wednetsd&j'fcnd Friday. l*arkershurg. by B. JL 0. R. II., arrives f t 0:43 P. M. Cloee* at 0^0 A. M. Mnil Train from tlio E?v>t. arrives at 1:53 A. 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. — 21 November 1859

aitg CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITOBS AND PROPRIETORS. TKRJIS.?Datlt, ilflirprnl in city, per week, 10 cente. Dult. by nudl, in lulnnct .$5,00 T*i-Wekklt, by mull, In advance- 3,00 tVEKLT, by roan, io<ulr*nc?_- - 1,00 >V H E E L I X G : Monday Morning, Nov. 21, 1859. We have to thank Sir. J. M. Toild, of Hancock county, for a large club of sub scribers. Also, "a friend," fn Washington county, Pa., for a like favor. Wr have a little slip, by yesterday's mails, cautioning us to beware of worthless trash in the shape of money, on the "Hart ford Exchange Bank of Indiana." These bills are attempted to be circulated among the farmers. The bank and its bills are a base swindle, and people would do well to be on their guard against receiving the trash. The bills aro in imitation of tho Hartford Bank of Connecticnt; thus the good character of that institution is made use of in this way to swindle the people. It appears by the Albany papers, that the Republican-American ticket in New Yo...

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 November 1859

i>aper in ifondayMorniiig, Nov. 21, 1859. The Teligraph The news from Charleston, Va., is of an ev itiii;-' character. A dispatch from Bal liniurc announces that an armed body of ra?i are crossing the river at this point to I rescue old Brown. We looked out at a ! jjte hour on Saturday night hut nary \ -ijc<1 man was visible, nor armed wo m:,n cither. Of all the ridiculous non uouse ibis is the most supremely so! Our neighbors over the river are in no arms but those of Morpheus, and were never more ijuit'tly and peaceably disposed. ? ? ? gjyi'oiioxEO.?On Friday night last, a mill by the name of (.'lark, went into tiic confectiou.iry shop of Mr. Suodgruss. ?a I'nion street, threw himself down upon the floor, and rolling over and over, ap parently in great agony, said lie had taken poison. Mr. Clark was requested to leave ihe premises, mid take his easy flight to lie stars froin some port where the people bid a fancy for coroner's inquests, and the like. Mr. Clark recovering sli...

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 November 1859

gmlg yntcUiflftttfr. The Song of "The Financier." * BT NICHOLAS DIDKLE TIIE PECVXD. ' v f - : Give me h Bank?a paper Bank? Tho'bert machine for saving labor; Fprwhowmddtoil^a^weat himself ' Tvlien there's a- chance to rurat his neighbor! with your power-looms, Receiving Jacks, and Spinning Jennies; Contrivances for picking wool Can,t match thu^Itauks forpicking pennies! "Tlx nihil, nihil Jit," was ynce A maxim much iu vogue with some; But few indeed can now maintain That '-nothing can from nothing com*;'* For though theancicntn could convert Their gold to rag-* (an we are told,) Yet we. in time* more civilized, . Can make from rags the best of gold. All hail! then, glorious alchemy. T)?at<can from nothing aoinething make! What pity things created thu*. Their primal fonuM are prone to take. So let us have a Bank, my boys! A fortune thus we all may win; Like lilies of the valley live; Who "toll not, neither do they spin.** With paper, then, nil debts we'll jmy, And Mhould our credi...

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 November 1859

VOLUME 8. NUMBER 77. WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1859. PRINTED and published by CAJEPBFiT iT?& M'DERMOT, lyTRLLIGENC'ER BLILD1IVG8) X E. earner of Quincy and Main-Sit. TER MS: pjjlv.(l*y mA''' iu advaucc,)? $5.00 Bt t lf Wcok. (pajttble to tl?o Carriera,).............. 10 ivkly, fperyear, payable in advance.) . .%66 4?-i?ta?ttaintf dime on reasonable terms. \U advertisement a from a distance, or from transient Qtv customers, must l>e paid in advance. CITY DIRECTORY. W HEELING POST OFFICE. Arrival and Closing of the Mails. Washington, l*a~ ?b?ily. (except Sunday,) arrives at j,, >!? rloscs at 3:30 P. M. l^rkerrflmrg. (by tin* River,) arrives at 5 A. 3I? on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Closes at 0:30 A. 31., \j,,n<! iy. Wednesday and Friday. fcukeiwburg. by B. A* O. 1L R.. arrives at 0:43 P. M. ?t CM A. M. >IitiI Train from the East, arrives at 1:53 A. 51..? (-j>? at C:45 P. 31. ?\i?ress Train, from the Eart, arrives at 8:53 A. M. at 10 A. 31. A*ro...

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 November 1859

CAMPBELL~& Jff'DEEMOT ~ editors and propriktors. - ?$ W H E E I- I~>Tg : ' Tuesday Morning. Kov. 22,1859. That womau, Lydia Maria Child, wrote to Gov. Wise for leave to come anil nurse old Brown in prison, and who didn't come because old Brown didn't want her, has turned her attention to writing moro letters. She is out, we see in a two col umned letter, (a reply she styles it) to tho Governor. She undertakes to show the Governor that ho is as much gnilty of treason as ever old Brown was, and for fear tho Governor mightn't know just why she thinks so, she reminds him that ho Threatened to trample on the Constitu tion, and break the Union, if a majority of thc JepU voters in these Confederated States dared fo elect a President unfavora- ? ble to the extension of Slavery. Is not such & declaration proof of premeditated treason? " She next proceeds to quote from the Governor's letter to her (which she calls n civil but vory diplomatic one) what ho said about her having a con...

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 November 1859

-? Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia* ^5* Tuesday Morning, Nov. 22, 185ST 'jij-JllLITAItv Pit bp a rations.?We learn that Mayor Wilson, of this cily, lias been 0$ :ij'Lv advised from hcail quarters, to prepare to repel any indications of inva sion. This is done in view of the recent rUiii-ine?t at Oharlestown, Va. We nlso leiro that the commanding officers of the B;liiia hereabouts, have received orders to ?rftnize: and that all tlie companies are t0 !*> aruied and equipped for active duty. If there is a probability of :i real substan tia organization and equipment, we hope ?err ui m subject to military duty, will tarn out. We would like to see the old military spirit revived and consider this :! excellent time to do it. In the piping iim?s of pence, nobo ly takes any interest is such thing?. The Field officers of the f arth Regiment are ordered to meet nt ?it Court House, to-night. All officers in [ emission, either of volunteers, or the Sir of the regiment, a...

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 November 1859

. The Stranger on the Sill. Between broad fields of Wheat anil corn Ih th? lovely home where I wu bom; - The peach-tree leaned against the wall. And the woodbine wanders otot all, There 1* the Ataded door-way still.. But a stranger1!! foot has crossed the sill. There is the barn and as of yore, I can smell tha hay from the op en door, And see {he busy swallows throng. And hear the peawee's mournful song; But the stranger comes?oh! painful proof; His sheaves are piled to tho heated root There is the orcltanl?tho very trees Where my childhood knew long hours of cue, And watched the shadowy moments run Till my .life imbibed more shade than sun; Tho swing from the bough still sweeps the air, But the stniugor's children are swinging there. There bubbles the shady spring below. With the bulbrush brook whore the hazels grow, *Twas there I found tho calamus root. And wutchod the ndnows poise and shoot, And heard the robin lave'his wing. But the stranger's bucket Is at the spring. Oh! you wh...

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. — 23 November 1859

VOLUME 8. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, | intelligencer buildings, jYl E. an ner of Quincy and Main-Sit. TEItMS: 0?y nmil,'payable in advance,).- $5,00 ]5t tin* Week, (jwiyalde to the Carriers,).....,. 10 .jYi-Wci-Vlv. (i?er year, payable in advance,) 3,00 j>jj - Advertising done on reasonable terms. .\U advertfaoiuente from a distance, or from trauaiont j fiiv customers, must bo paid in advance. CITY DIRECTORY. " WUEELISC POST OFFICE. Arrival and Closing of the Mails. AWliinjrton. l*n.. daily. (except Sunday.) arrives at ]i. A. M- closes at SI)) P. M. Itokcrhburg, (l?y the River,) arrives at f? A. M., on Welncsdav. Friday ami Sunday. Closes at 9:30 A. M., Wednesday and Friday. l?arkershurg. by B. & O. H. 15., arrives at 0:43 1\ M. Cite-*-' at &30 A.M. \Iail Tniin from the Ra-4. arrives at 1:53 A. M..? <Ve? Ht C:45 P. M. Express Train, from the EsM, arrives at 8:53 A. M. H" e^at 10 A. M. Avcommodaliou Train from tin; East. (except Sun- i ifar.) arri...

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. — 23 November 1859

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS. T?KMS<?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 cent*. Daily, by mail, in advance,. $5,00 Tbi-Webklt, by mail, in ailTancer 3,00 Wxekly, by mail, in advance^.. 1,00 W H E K L I >Tg1 Wednesday Morning, Nov. 23,1859. Oxs of the problems conncctcil witli, the many great physical projects of this present age, nnd upon which, depend so much the Christianization and civilization of the world, relates to the accomplishment of a ship canal from tho Mediterranean to the Red Sen. If the canal can be made, accor ding to the design of its proprietors, it ?will doubtless work considerable of a rev olution upon the commercial andmariitino affairs of the world, and this, in turn, must have its legitimate effect upon the moral status 2 ?f coming within tho wide scope of its influence. But, the great question is: Is the project likely to bo suc cessful? After obtaining all tho light we can upon the subject, wo are induced to doubt the completion ...

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. — 23 November 1859

T.nreest Circulation of any Paper in <!?- Western Virginia. "Ml Wednesday Morning, Nov. 23,1859. ^^THA^KSGIVING. ?SPTHOCOH the State nml Munlcnial authorities . fiilwl to ?ct apart a ilny for thin purpose, some jjorcitixetwnpiH^r disposed to join in with their ?,| ? christians of twontY-flve States, in observing J'"' (Prtt as it ilay of Thanktgivinff anil praise to ihni'b'y for IIia goodness and ntcrcy, shown i j,.riie I'1? P-Ut yo?r. irtyplingl.v. Divine sprvicc will bo lieM in tlio 2nd .rimi Cliurch. at half past 10, .A. M., nnd all itJ fci-1 ili*piH?l t>> unite in an hiituhlo. yet joyful * rratiion "f 14 gracious Providence, are conlially k?it'?i to be present. It pgf Tiik Telegraph reports the ap j,r.wrli of another nrmy from Ohio. BafDisTixucisiiF.n Ait rival.?William C^rey Jones, son-in-law of Thos. II. Bcn was stopping at tlie JIcLltre House vf.tcrilay, with his wife and family. jj^TThe Rivkr.?The river was coming -ill, with twelve feet water in the channel. Ilie Cou...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 23 November 1859

A Reminiscence. ? i. A wrest mimmetyt era A pontlBHtaincM rul^uH o'er earth iuirt <ky. 3111 ^ In ?hc blusliinj; west thu urb of day s "?kl1n? ??; "Oil In hi. tlBCk J Ue Uliwls liu Koldon lilcjuliigjou tho ilutant hilli. Alono I sit. 2"V?P; Mr <?'?=>",,, aro ,pralJ Fur out before iny enraptured eyot A lovely liikt*. Tranquil and cnlui iw tlie guileloaa sleep Of happy childhood?rippling hero mid there. Ah though were touched by passhig.nugc!'s wiug. ... A, E*en while I sit. tcL^T^I ?GrrtIlTJ?1 w"rl??y compare gone: I fee! the holy silcucofill my floul, And all is bliss supremo?ecstatic joy! A strangely ?ul, yet sweet, pure happiness Ih mine!, '4 , 4. Softly it comes: it seems Am though my Inner self were lifted nearer God! Hark! Iiuw wft?how heavenly sweet Those sounds, that melt into my enraptured soul! Harmonious chords!?a music not of earth? A spirit-choir?an angel tiand! Their voicee joined in purest melody. Praising God! E'en as I listened* with enchanted ear, And drank ...

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