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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 3 February 1860

[Selected for the Intelligencer,j Endymion. What time the stare first flocked into thb blue Behind young Hesper, shepherd of the eve, Sleep bathed the lair boy's lid* with charming dew, 'Mid flowers that all day blossomed to receire Endymion. Lo, Where he lay encircled fn his dream! - Vhe mois v?a glihl to pillow hissoft luir; And toward him leaned the lily from the stream; ? The hanging nee wavod wooing in the air Endymion. .The brook thate'enwhile won its easy .way, O'errun with meadow graces long and cool, Now reeled into a fuller tide and lay Caressing in its clear enamored pool, Endymion. And all the sweet, delicious airs that fan Enchanted gardens in their hour of bloom, Bloom through the soft invisible pipes of Pan, Breathed 'mid their mingled music and perfume, Endymion. * The silvery leaves that rustled in the light, Sent their winged shadow o*er his cheek entranced; The constellations wandered down the night, And whispered to the dew-drops whan they danced, ?. - Endymion. ...

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 February 1860

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, EEBRUARY 4, 1860. NUMBER 1 CAMPBELL & M'DERTEO IXTELLIOKSCEH ni'ILDlSGS K. ?? corner of Quirn'j and Muin-SU. TEKMS: D.iilj.(bJr maH, p*.T?bl? in adrauco,). . ( Br the Week, ^payable to the Carriers.). Trl-SVeekt/, (p*r rear, payable in (idranee.)... ?3?Ai!rertWngd"ne on reasonable tertni. All adTertfe?nient?froTnadi?tance.orfromtrans city cuitomera, must bapaidiaiqdrnnc#., -, Choice INCORPORATED 1810?CHARTER PERPFTU ?j-C?sh Capital SljOOO.OOiV ab'jolut* and unimpai with k STiMV* op $50&;>S7 8S. Xud the pr?itig*of JS yenrs ^uccesti and experiei Assets, Jaunary 1, 1858. fash in hand, & Dep.xitcs in 1 la rtfd Banks,$318,12? ra?h in transit and Ag?iitf?hands.... 106,87: Mon?*y duo the Co., secured bv. Mortgage,... 5,41! Kea! E>tute unincumbered 47.ii& Kills KeceJ table . . 35,17; SUCKET VA1 Vr2 bonds '-.7 XrlO per ct. interest,aniiuull v.$l 02,004 OoT Shares Kail tioad Sttfck, 5*.44? ?0 " Connecticut Uivsr Co. Stock 50 " S...

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. — 4 February 1860

It's passing strange how inacli success has to do with the good opinion of not only the unthinking million; but of pretty near all human kind. Therms nothing successful, said Talleyrand, but success, and there's nothing bo worthy of.smiles find bows' and adulation as success, Bay all the people. A little witticism which we published the other morning, rinding, that on that great day in the Sound, nothing but success was to decide whether tho British Admiral should staud before the sourt or court-martial, wa9 bitter jibe at the uncertain standard at which men are valued. We see this in ourevery day lives, ind on every side of us, but we see itmore foi itriking in every turn and twist which our politics take. To-day, Pennington is a nan to be admired, caressed, fondled and nade much of, simply because begot more rotes than any other Republican conld get, rod so got elected. And liis party they oo experience the sunshine of his suc :ess. They are now all in all to the citi lens of Wash...

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. — 4 February 1860

Jaill! ^?fltnrday Morning, Feb. 4,1860. '.S^toPEs: extkiopbs :??w? i'h-.v? iuit WfivtJ a 6m lot of ciira quality eu J wju be i>rlatia in tlie best style, CAUl'MfU. ? M'DKItiloT, fbelF- t in'SLBT I5STITCTE. ssi"\D SESSION OF Til IS INSTITUTION '] xili commence on tlie Unit MonJay^jf Kebruarj , m - ! w" x&'Good Wheat Weatheh.?The far mers say tlie winter EO fl,r has l,ccn flrst rate fjr "wheat- During a great part of the winter, the ground has beeu frozen tight, unJ most of the time a blanket of snow Lis covered it, good as a thick-spread ma nure. Lo<>k oat for a Sood croP of this _;aplc article another year. j^yjlcsic. with which to sooth the savage: perfumery to make yourselves sweet-scented} hair brushes to keep your hair genteel; port monaies and wallets to your change in; gold pens to write with: grtitntlctts to keep your hands warm; en 1 sverrthiiig else iu the fancy line can be ha1' tli ? PT"1''r honse of Payne & i- ,-jai.jouiiv advertised in this morn ieg's pi...

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. — 4 February 1860

Parody on "How's my hoy, Sailor How'i my Aunt f BY DTDXKT S0B13X. uHo! conductor or the train! How's my aunt?my Aunt?" "What's your aunt's name, good sir? ?-j And the data of the train I want.*1 ?... *SIjaunt Jane? Who camo in the cars this morn She loft in the early train. Whit care 1 for the restf My aunt?my aunt is gone!" "What's the'use of being conducsor If yon don't know my aunt? won might well be a lobsterman 'rl/i BiOting you traps at ftahant. ' ; * '' Every fool on'the early train Ought to have known my aunt." "How's my aunt?my aunt? Who's responsible for her ? C ' Teltme,counnctor: speak! - OrFil haveyon in the jail to-morrow. Badges or no, conductor. Conductor, or no badges, I'll hare you in Jail to-morrow." "Speak low?my dear sir?speak low." ?. **Why should Fspeak low, conductor, ' About mine own aunt Jane? Couductor, retire! I'll send for the crier To acreech it all over the train. Why should I speak low/conductor 2" "There's been a "smash-up' in the train 1" "I'll Bhow...

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. — 6 February 1860

VOLUME 8. W HTCFJ INO. V A.. MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 6. 1860. NUMBER 142. PRINTED A.NP PLHLIMIKU BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT,, jjfTELliiOENCER BUILDISTGSt y. K. earner qf Quiiicy and Main-Sts. TERMS: jMily.(by.J?*n, payable !n ?*????, V $5,00 Br tlio Week, (payable to the Carriers,}...^......... 10 frMVeekly.U*ryear'ImJrab,e,n advance.) 0,00 Advertising done on reaaonnble terms. AH advertisements from a distance, or from transient ?itv customers, must be j>ald in advance. ?IN SURA UCE. Choice First Class Insurance I ? IX TUI 1 l.i? - itAKTEU EEKPFTUAL. $1.0or>,0W, absolute and unimpaired. [ WITH A ST1SPLCS or $5oO.:iS7 SS. An t the 3S years success and oxj>erience. A?*??*?, January 1, 185 8. 3IAHKKT VALUE. ]i'J Bonds 6,7 i I0pcrct.intcrci>t,annually.3102,00o 00 c;.7 Shares Kail Quad Sttfck ....51.440 00 5.) ?? Connecticut River Co. Stock 1.250 00 b) ?? Stafford Hank 44 5.000 00 ? Watcrbury Bonk 44 5.000 00 '? Providence '* 44 1.000 00 - Hartford 4i " 190.000 00 - New Yor...

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. — 6 February 1860

ailg QuMlfytuttt "^IJfPBELL & M'DEBMOT, " BDIIOJIS AJWPB0PBIBT0B8. TERMS.?Daily, deUrerotl In cily, per week, 10 ccnU Daily, by mall, in advance, -wM TriOVkkelt. by iiiaII, In ?d*imcer? >,?! WimT,bjr 111*0, InadTancer VX> W~H E E L I N G: Monday Morning, Peb. 6,1860. 'f hb Kichmoud Enquirer came to us on Saturday, with its inside pages clad in deep mourning over Pennington's election. It was a poor, empty sensation trick that will provoke only laughter and derision. It can blackcn itself all over, if it wants to. Nobody cares. The Whig, on the other hand, sensibly observes that it has no doubt but that Pennington will raako nn excellent Speaker. The frisky Dispatch has a fling or two at Winter Davis?rbut "caves in" tolerably graceful. Mb. Douglas' friends are in great spirits, and confident of his nomination by the Charleston Conventon, which they would regard as equal to his election, as lie would be sure of the entire Southern vote, and the votes of Indiana, Illinois, Ca...

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. — 6 February 1860

ilailn ftttclltflfrHcer Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia."lie. Monday Morning. Feb. 6. I860! , ,JVB10PKS! ENVELOPES:,"?Wt rj liavo jmt rectflvrd a fine lot or O-irii quality en Zl'mei, which will be pri*iia.i in the l,ttrt style, l JP. CAMfBKLL * M'DEHSIOT, ' lixslgv isstitcteT MHE SECOND SKSSIO.X OF THIS INSTITUTION I will commence uu the flrnt Monday nf February tit; febl?lw. jjwjj-W'K call attention to the advertise ifl.re's commercial college in another col j^-I,iiibabv Association.?A meeting if the Directors of the Wheeling Library Association is called for this evening, at j ;ol. I.oring's office. A full attendance is Jesired. p^*Mit. r. S. Williams, requests us to state that lie was not a candidate before ,lie Council, on Thursday last, for Collec (jr of Water Rents. Ilis proposition wa 0 collect both the Water Rents and all jjMK-rc'l assessments at a certain salary. jQ^Si'L-niuL's Mosey.?The fact may be oning the scarcity of the genuine article, tat we ca...

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. — 6 February 1860

[from the Evening Post. J Hymn to the Union. Hail to thee, North! "Whose anion of great mouutains links great lake*; How the quick brain of thy intention shakes The smoking rales with industry, and breaks Resisting sails with the high strength which makes Glory go forth! Hail to thee, North! Ilail to thee, South! Luxurious fcmpreis of that tender clime Where hospitality, in pride of prime, Walks amid milky cotton and the lime, And the Groat Hirer spenketh to all time From her vast mouth. Hail to thee, South! Hail to thee, East! Strong iu the commerce of thy thrifty haudf, Who, clasping all the hands of all the lands Across subservient oceaus, proudly atands As ono who, in protecting, best commands Greatest and lea^t. Hail to thee, East! Hail to thee. WestI Thou romping, harvest-hearted prairie child. Scarce half redeemed from out thy native wile, How hath thy plenty distant worlds beguiled. To reap the golden grain which Hesveu bath piled On thy broad-breast! Hail to thee, West! Hai...

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. — 7 February 1860

NUMBER YOLTJME S WHEELING, YA., TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, I860 143. phixted axd published by CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IsrElLIGESCEK BVII,DIJrt;s, \.K.cM'Hrrnf Quiney nmt Main-Sit. TERMS: Dully. (l>y mnil,p?.Tablo in ndvau ?>,)._ $5,00 r.v tlic Week, til tlieCiirrimu). 10 Tri-Wrekly, (iwyar.pjjaWi In advance.) 3,00 Cff- Advertising done an rettftffiaW* terms. All advertisements froma distance, orfrom transient city ciutuuKrs, mnst b? paid in advance. riNS UBAICE. Cliofee First Class Insurance ? ixtiik ? -uAJITER perpftual. lircim-i Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. WITH A STHPLU3 or $500,387 S3. .And the prestige of 38 years success and experience. Asuetd, January 1, 183 8. Cash in hand, & Deposites in Jlartfd Banks,$348,123 69 Gull in transit and Ageiitsjhands, 160,872 05 y,onvy due tho Co., hecured by Mortgage,... 5,4IS 04 Real Kstatc unincumbered 47,653 42 Bills Receivable 35,177 IS MARK KT VALUE. 10*2Bonds0,7 Jt 10perct. i:iterest,aunually.$l02,000 00 057 ...

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 1860

itiljj Ifutclliflcum' CAMPBELI & M DERMOT, BMfORS AND PROPRIETORS. TKRMS.?Dmr. delIrer??J In city, per week. 10 rent* Daily, bjr liiaiL iu advance- ?T?.U0 T&i-Wkxkly. by mull. inadrauc<v~ 3.(?0 Wbuly, by mail* in advance,. 1,00 whe elT ngT" Tuesday Horning, Feb. 7,1860. We have not. neither can we, with our present lights, make up our minds as to whether it is renllv and truly a good thing to get rid of onr city stock in the Balti more road. It may he that it is, but the very fact that the Senate passed 3Ir. Cald well's bill, tends-to make us doubt it.? The State has not been in the habit, here tofore, of encumbering herself with any body's bad investments, and we nre rather lead to suspect that the dawuing of a bet ter condition of that particular invest ment has been descried by some of those who voted for its passage in thu Senate. But inasmuch as our people have so gen erally considered it a desirable thing to get rid of the slock, profering to exchange the certainty ...

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 1860

Largest Circulation of any Paper in " Western Virginia. ~ul? Tuesday Mornin?, Feb. 7. I860. a jStukkt Fight and a Stbeet Sckse. Yesterday afternoon a man na med Henry Switzer became offended at an old man named Xriglee, wlio keeps a lager t?.*er saloon on Market street. Switzer ,;.-ngged Xnglee oat in the gutter and com menced beating him soundly in front of his (.Yaglce's) own. castle and in sight of his household gods. Officer Scroggins ar reted Switzer and taking the gentleman down to Aid. McCourtuey's handed him over to officer Claytor. He was fined, ^but not being able t<? pay was sent to jail. H trotted along brisKland docilely n3 could be desire 1 until within a square of t ?e callabi os ?, when he deliberately laid down. Officer Cl?yior r.iised him up and let him drop once or twice, and then tried to slide him along, but the stubborn offen der struggled violently and Hopped about in the mud like a newly caught salmon, splashing dirt in the faces of the crowd and jumping 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. — 7 February 1860

giiilg fntclUgcucct. [From Once a Week.] A Wire. The wife sat thoughtfully turning orer A l?ook Inscribed with the school-girl's name: A tear?one tear?fell hot on the cover She quickly closed when her husband came. He came, and he went away?it was nothing? ' With cold calm words upon either side; But, just at the sound of the room-door shutting:, A dreadful door in her soul stood wide. Lore, alio had rend of hi sweet romance*.? Love that could sorrow, but never tail, Built her own palace of noble fancier, . All the wide world a fidry tale. Bleak and bitter, and utterly doleful. Spread* to this woman her map of life; Hour after hour she looks in her soul, full Of deep dismay and turbulent strife. Face In both hands, she knelt on the carpet; The black cloud loosened, the storm-rain fell; O, life has ho much to wilder and warp it,? One |K>or heart's day what jKMit could tell? jr. X. SCOTT, No. 157 ainln Street, WIIBELIKO, Ti. TVholkiix 1KB Rztml Dealer is Watches, Clocks, Jewelrjt W...

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 1860

VOLUME 8. NUMBER 144. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8. 1860. l'JUNTED AND PUBLISHED.BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLICENCEII BUILDINGS, i\". E. ctirirr <if Quincy and Muiu-SU. 1ERMS: Daily, (l>y mail, iwynblo in n.lvnnci-.,).. $5,00 By tlie Week, (payable to the Carriers,). 1U TrMVeekly, (per year,payable hi advance,).:....... 3,00 gj-Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, mast be paid in advance. ?INSURANCE. Choice First Class Insurance ? IX TBI ? ...? 1 iD?-xiARTER PJ5RPFTUAL. Xwfr-CasUCapital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. WITH A HTPWLVH OF $500,387 88. And the prestige of 38 yearn success and experience. Assets, January X, 183 8. Cavil in haud,?Doposite.-iin Hartfd Banks,$348,123 69 Cash in transit and Agnut**hands, 100,872 05 Money due the Co-, secured by Mortgage,... 5,41804 Ileal Estate unincumbered 47,053 42 Bills Receivable 35,177 18 MARKET VALUE. 102 Honda 6,7 A10peret.interest,annua...

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 1860

ailg ?nMltStnm CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, BDITOR8 A2CD PROPRIETORS. THUMB.?Daily, delivered in city, per week, 10 cent* Daily, by mall, in advance-.. .$5,00 Tki-Wbbjclt, by mail, inadrance^.. 3.00 Weekly, by mall, in advance^... 1,00 WHEELING: ' Wednesday Morning, Feb. 8,1860. The Proposed Sleeting at Uu Court House on Saturday Kveuing next. Yesterday morning, it was announced in our columns that a public meeting of the conservative Opposition would be held in the Court Ilouse on next Saturday eve ning, one of the objects of which would be to send delegates to the Richmond Con vention that meets on the 22d of this month. To the wording of this call, so far as it is expressed in the advertisement, wc have no objection whatsoever. We do not know exactly what is meant or intimated by calling a meeting of the conservative Oppositiou. It seems to indicate, certain ly, that a portion of what is known ns the Opposition, nra radicals or non-conserva tives, and that a call for a meeting of thi...

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 1860

iIiargeat Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, -tun Wednesday Morning, Feb. 8,1800. TO PRINTUHS. JUST RECEIVED.?A rrt~.li supply <y WADE'S UELK1IKATED COLORED AN1) BLACK PI11NT ]N'U INKS, which we oflor to the trade nt nmmituc tnrer'3 prices. f.l,S CAMPBELL * McDKRMOT. I. O. S. M. CVLLED MEETING. rlUIE MKilUKRS OF OLD DOMINION LODGE I So 1, J. 0.S.M- art? hereby notified to attend a' cUled meeting .in Tlmrwlay .trailing, there being l.u.iu.si of treat importance to tile Lodge to bo ut , "?I? t to. J.STOCKBKIDOE, febS-it S.U.C. {^? County Colmit?Tiik Spectacle Prscn Cask.?The Court, yesterday, was engaged all day in the settlement of o little difficulty which occurred among some four neighbors, doing business on Market .Square, last October. It seems that the four gentlemen nlluded to happened to meet nt Keller's Lager Beer saloon, one night, and it was agreed to take n social drink together. After the beer had been poured out, one of the gentlemen put a pair of old spect...

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 1860

GONE. When the place of our abiding : is known to eurth uo more, ? -And the cold world harshly chiding, 61n.ll repeat our story o'er.? Far beyond their idle.guejsing, Far beyond their praise or acorn. v Keeking not their blame or blettsing, ? ' Olv my love, we shall be gone. "We shall bo gone, past night, past day, *? Over the hilLi and far away." - When the friend whose lovo has crowned na In the life ww leare behind. And were wont to gather round us With their welcomes worm and kind, Still our memory brightly keeping For the sake of long ago, Sliall repair with tender weeping To our grassy pillow low, '?We shall bo gone, past night, past day, Over the Jiills and far away/* They aliall ask with pitying wonder, In their mingled love and pain, "Shall the links death tore asunder Never re-unite again? . From the dark Beit whither they drifted To a dim. mysterious shore, Shall the shadows ne'er be lifted:? Shall they come to us no more?" jfn . "We shall be gone, past night, past day, O...

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 1860

VOLUME 8. NUMBER 145. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1860. PRINTED AND PCBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, US TBI.Ll(iE>< BB BriLDWGS, y, z.cnrntr ?/ (/uin^J and Main-St. 'V EUMS: /i,r mull, payable in advance,). -*0'00 Bv t',|f Week, (payable to the Carriers-)-.... 10 Tri-Weekly, (par jear,payable ia advance,) *00 advertising done on reasonable term*. ... ?,i,ertlJom(mta from a distance, or from transient cUy cutluWew, must b? paid in advance. 'tITbit ra nce. Choice First Glass Insurance -IK far } \ .19 xiAilTEIl PERPFTUAL. ^2-r^aU Capital $1,000,000, absolute and unimpaired. **rCa*U I krsrvv* of $606^87 88. And tin prwtigeof 38 yearn anccwa and eiperi.nco. Amnts, January 1, 1838. Cart in hand, 4 Deposits in HortrdBant!,$3?.123 69 Cash in transit and Asm,tV. .ands^..^.-.....166,S7J 05 Money till? tlio Co.. hocurt.1 by Mortgage,... 5,41!><? heal Estate unincumbered 21 v- is Bill, lieceivabl. ? Iff*Bonds 8,7 ilOperct.lntore,t,nnnually-$102,000 00 05" Share...

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 1860

Of C"j of Uirilg g nteMgeum ~cTmpbell & m'beejtotT" EDITORS A3CD PROPR iBTORS. TERMS.?Daily, delivered in dtj, per irock, 10 ronts Dailt, by mall, In advance... .$5,00 ^?WraiT. bj mail, in adra^. 3,00 ?WmncLT, by mall, Inadranc?^^.-!. l.OG * W H E E L I N gT"? Thnraday Morning, Peb. 9,1860. Dftatiulon. Tlie recent*decidcd action of the Legis ' lature of Maryland upon the-South Caro lina .resolution is very cheering, and has .. met witli a 'hearty response of "ipproval from all parts of the country. They were denounced as a proposition for national treason, and they would have been laid on ' the table, but that some one suggested that a communication from a sovereign State, deservod more respect. The same proposition is before the legis lature of Louisiana. The New Orleans Jlulletin, received yesterday, in speaking of the matter, advises tho Legislature.to wait r" awhile until Virginia shall take some d'eci y-4 ded action, and alludes to the responsibility under which tbe ? latte...

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 1860

jpiflf fntcnigfttccv ^^r^darMorning, Feb. 9,1860. rrr=^b"PBiNT1?RS ovrKlVEU.?a frwh supply or WADE'S TL^.?il ATED COLORED and BLACK J'UINT 'sQ UNs" ^"h *r l? U" ,md? " lmu,ulkc" turert tried- c ^ypuEj.L j. McDKRMOT. NW , ?. .. I. O. S. M. a,LED MEETING. uVuRKKS OV OLD DOMINION LODGE rpnE MKMBEIis hereby notlflcd to attcnJ A .Yjii L.i'tl.iVoo Tliuwday evening, there be:ng Ll-ort-' at tentie I to. s. a. C. febS-it m r yyTF' Slander Case is the Couxty Cocet-It Dbaws Well.?Mr. Alexander McGlumphrey is a disciple of Vulcan, and has a local habitation in Triadelpliia. He toils bin. through all the long day; he shoeth the horse, mcodcth the vehicle, does all that which legitimately belongs to his trade, and "a merrier man within the limits of becoming mirth, you never Bpent an hour's talk withal." Though conuuendably industrious, he likes his liquor, and liis little fun, so that when his daily labor is done, he hies him to his home with a good natured smile and a kindlv greeting. One eveni...

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