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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 24 November 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1S50. NUMBER 79. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLIGBNCGR DlIhDIKGS, jY. JZ. annr ri/ Qtitucg ami Hain-Sfs. T K R M S : p^ jv, (l?y mail. payaMe in advanee.V? ? .^6,00 jjv the Week, (payable to theCaniers,);.. 10 Tri-V.&ly. (jwr year,payable in advance.) 3,00 ^-Advertising d?me on reasonable ternv. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient % citv customers, must be paid in advance.* CITY DIRECTORY. WHEELING post OFFICE. Arrival and Closing of the Hails. Wellington, l*a_ dally. (except Sunday,) arrives at 1<? A. Mn closes at JfcflO I*. 51. J'arki'n'liiirg. (by the Rivef.) arrives at 5 A. 5L, ou W>Snr--dny. Friday and Sunday. Closw at lh30 A. M? >!?.iclny, Wednesday and Frhhy. Parker.-burg. by II. A O. It. 1U p.ri ivoi at &l3r. M. CI<*es ?* IS30 A. >1. Midi Train from the East arrives at 1:53 A. M..? at C:45 P. >1. Ksptc# Train, from tlic East, arrives at &53 A. 51....

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 November 1859

TERMS.?Dajlt, j?red in dlj, p,r w?k, 10 cnt,. ? *^,Tar>ctv 45.00 ' *r?nVlil* laailnme*,... '00 KEM.T, by mall, In advance^ W H K E I, I yfoT Thursday Morning, gov. 24,1859. Thask.suivixo exerciscs to-day at the Second Presbyterian Ghnrch. See adver tisement in yesterday's paper for particu Book Binding. We saw yesterday, one or two fine spe cimens of the handicraft of Mr. W. T. Meeds, (Intelligencer Buildings,) in the Book Binding, and Blank Book Manufac tory line. And this reminds us that as thoyearisjust closing, and all the principal Monthlies, Quarterlies, &c., will complete their volumes with the December issues, it ?would be a point of economy in those in tending to have their copies bound, to bring them in at oncc, before the numbers get ragged or some of them lost. Mr. Meeds is a careful and skilful workman, and in addition, a most agreeable gentle man to do business with. Gen. Scott, in his one day's stop at San Francisco; on the route to San Juan Island, was fairly ...

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 November 1859

ail!! futeUigeiue* ? ?* fimrsday Morning, Nov. 24, 1859. " I. O. R. M. ?.c MEVRBHS OF OVKGO TRIBE Xo. 11, I.O. 1p M arc respectfully requested to meet nt their . r" ' tlic &th of November, at 7 o'clock P. M., nusinc? of importance to be transacted, ?r^-of Hit Trilw. J. C. CLINK S. II. rfW?* J- U- IIA.RHIS.C. of R. (-.-.-Tiiisn to Duown Himself.?"Ere I J.! say ' would drown myself for the t. ,.f aGuinea-hen, I would change my ,...,jn;tr with a baboon,"' said tlie crafty ,. in the Moor of Venice Not so with rjionipso", who officiates or did offici ?ii one of the Wheeling and Pittsburg 3 pickets, as the '"big shiner." For better understanding of the reader, say say that by the term "shiner" we to indicate a polisher of table j.ifj, and by the proceeding word "big" . ? there is a smaller sliiner than the one ;rconsideration. (J. Thompson, then. rl and lost a respectable young lady, mi ill East Wheeling, whom he had met 0 3 passenger on the boat, and whoso M.;c we suppress because sh...

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 November 1859

gitg ?utcHigciim\ Davy and Lilly. Here Davy Crockett young and gay, All sleeping loungers scorning, GeorMup old Larry and rode away To plough, In the cool of the morning. Tho stars still shone, and the crescent moon Hor way in tho sky was horning, Bat bo carrolod bis sound and whistled tho tunc. So blytho in tho cool of the morning. Come haw, Larry, come gee, Larry, Come close to the row with the*corn in; Come, get along. no inomonl we'll tarry So Boon in the cool of the morning. Tho day-spring came, and the rising sun Was many a hill adorning. When Lilly caiue tripping along the run, So light, in the cool of the morning, "Oh, where away!" said he, "sweet maM, Through field* all deep with corn in? You'll dribble your dress, (or every hlado Hangs in the dew of the morning." "Old Cherry," said she, "on mischief bent, The bars and fence* scorning, Slio cracked her heels and away she weut To the woods, In the cool of the morning. "And ohi yon woods, a lonesome place, Where many an owl s...

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 November 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1859. NUMBER 80. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, intelligencer buildings, I y. K. a.Titer of Quincy and Main-Sts. TERMS: paily a>y m:l5L payable In advancc,).?.....r: $5,00 Br ti>?* Week, (jmyablo to the C?arricra.). 10 Tri-Wtekly, (i?r year, payable in ad van CO,) 3,00 jty Advertising done on rejiHonnblo terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from tranaiont | city customers, must be paid in advanco. CITY DIRECTORY. WHEET.ISiG POST OFFICE. Arrival and Closing of the Mails. Washington, Pa- daily, (except Sunday.) arrives at 10 A. 31- clones at 3:30 1*. >1. l\ukersburg. (by the l!iver,) arr-ves at 5 A. M., on Wednesday. Friday and Sunday. Closes at 9:30 A. M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. l*arkeivhur?. by B. Sz O. B. B.. arrives at 0:43 P. 31. duns at C:'uO A. M. Mail Train from the Ectt. arrive. at 1:53 A. 31..? Clones at ?*:45 P. 31. Express Train, from the East, arrives at 8:53 A. 31. Clows at ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 25 November 1859

J?&iJ| ?ntclUj)tnccv CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT" EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. T?RMS.?Daily. delivered in city, per week, 10 cents. Daily, by maiL in advance- $5,00 Tbi-Weekly, l?y mail, in advance- 3,<*) WEEKLY, by mail, inadvaucer 1,00 ~V~hTe" ELI NgI W?. Friday Morning, Nov. 25,1859 The Rochester Democrat is publishing a series.of very interesting letters from Eu rope?the l;iEt one of which is from Ber lin. Speaking of the University in that city and its lectures, the writer sav3 : *'I have seen a catalogue which is enough to astound one who is familiar only with our so-called University system. In tbatcata loguc are enumerated three hundred and forty-seven different courses, on ncarly every subject of human knowledge. Let me mention the principal divisions : Theology. 38; Law, 39; Medicine, OOi Philosophy, 18; Mathematics 19; Natural Sciences, 49; Political Sciences, kc., 10; Art 21; Philology G3. The number of Professors must be near one hundred and fifty, the list of whom is wo...

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 November 1859

gitcllijettccy , Largest Circulation of any Paper in ' Western Virginia. -<?#. Friday Morning, Nov. 25,1859. , r? BulLUISO A. IIOL'Si: EOU TIIE SoCTlI. AT*-' ^Ir. James Williams, of Bridgeport, is now engaged in framing timbers for a house to be erected on the bank of the Mississippi fp'wr. about 350 miles above New Orleans. It U intended as the family residence of a southern gentleman, who displays his good s>?.;e in the selection of jhis mechanics. \fr Williams has the contract for the frame ?-jrk. and Messrs. R. J. Bag^s k Sons, of t?j; National Planing Mills, have that of t ? joining work. We believe this is the ?rir dwelling shipped fro a thi3 place to thv ."Southern country, but we have no idea ih:.t it w ill be the last. Mr. Williams and one of the bands in his employ go South to pat up the work. J?sjT~nK Uemitted.?A business firm in this city recently sold some goods to a man m Ohio, on commission. After waiting a rather unreasonable length of time for a reply the hous...

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 November 1859

failf gaf rUif rarer. THE DEAD LOVE BT C. X*E5 laiiacwel Said Jts&i/wz; U a OewL at* let i: rest. T oiddf Fvtti't eaaooiirg ci-wa. B tit: " "" T? I bar* ?. UaK feall I fall yot wiry i disd? ^Man Usnr lc pc^r-nri *?k Barred a>- it *mmc : Ec '~Ui Srrp*?:ae issui ti?ti Wk i?>> nobis thmzi 1 dnam?. Lwt ftjiae !'?? nil self irv?aauk. I>3?? lit Hiring. sntc; ?? ibesztl. jjtxst vtiioe azumkrwi fartr So r? inakf ?cn*e aadd?m?d uwrc Ar.d rn ?3ncc pot aside far whoa: -ce tynct: -.-med burr. ?jaf ir vs xe -rnek! dv-L In *->3h awn riwr further os. We ?BaE sn**et. anr I -*25 ?*?. "turn: isy being ??rnH npoc. 3?ocinar art :? bk so toy* It s? fese to era*- apart Frmn the wr lunged far moat; Qt* i> etks* tb? stricken heart Vil? the idol it b* Toward tilt nom?t-.nwd land. Calm 2 cote reach nzy real. W-itri rcy life ssafc: it or baud. With an" used k**e sn xsr '.(TKjb: qsm 1 lyin? is u?e dtwt. I bewept jut; with uo pern; fswgt. pssrtec with the trust la <3>J s mom xo me? t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 26 November 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1S59. NUMBER 81. 1'IIINTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & ffi'DERMOT, ISTEL1IGESCER B Vila DINGS, JV". K. cornrr of Quincj/atnl Jlain-^U, i TERMS: Daily. (by P*V?1ilo ia advnnco,).- 45,00 r?y tli--* Week, (payable to the Carriers.). 10 Tri-Wcekly,(i)cr year,payable in advance,) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. AU advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must l>o paid In advance. CITY DIRECTORY. WHEELING POST* OFFICE. Arrival and Closing of the Mails. Washington, IVu. daily, (except Suudny,) arrives at 10 A. 31- clows ut !fc30 P. 3L Parkersburg. (by the River,) arrives nt 5 A. M., on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Closes at 9:30 A. M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Parkersburg. bv B. & 0.11. B., arrives at 0:43 P. M. Closes at C:30 A. M. Mail Tniin from tho Eaat, arrives at 1:53 A. M..? nt 0:45 P. M. Kxpresa Train, from the East, arrives at S:53 A. M. Clo??*s at 10 A. M. Accommodation Tr...

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. — 26 November 1859

j tnttx Campbell & m-dermot, EDITORS AXD PBOPR1ETOB3. TKRXg__D?n.T, delivered in city, per 10 cent*. Daxlt, by nail In advance Tu-Wtmr, by mail, is advance, 3-0? WimT,by mail, inadraac*. lgOO W H K E I, I N G : Saturday Morning, Hoy. 26,1859. We have three foreign arrivals an nounced this morning, under our tele graphic head. The despatches from Montreal state that the Great Victoria Bridge has been passed over by the cars, and will be ready for pub lic use, by the 15th of next month. It was a baox, according to the dis patches, about Got. Packer, of Pa., tender ing Wise 10,000 men. Contrary to most hoaxes, it was calculated to do more good than harm, ire think. Is the annals of England, the Elira bethean age stands Tery much as does the Augustan age in the history of Rome. The Englishman never points to that era but with pride?certainly he has ample grounds for pride. During that illustrious reign, there lived many of those great men whose names are known by almost every one wh...

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. — 26 November 1859

fjnUg fnteUijwe* "Saturday Morning, gov. 26,18597 tisvelopesi envelopesi i ??? TJ 1' ?* i."" >"??}???? A"!0 lot'1 ?'ra quality e,? V*l"l*s w.iich will be printed iu tlie Let ?it1p cheAjj. CAMPBELL 4 M'DKRMOT, 4th Begiment Virginia Militia. Wntkuxo, Nov. 20,1S50. T-N1T!lsKAN'0^0r0 D :HS raJMiug Aiuu I TANT General, the Wheeling Statu Fenciblea. ftptaiii Alnnzo Ix>rfna ?nil tl... Wheeling Ktflemeii! CajitiuniK.1 lmkpy, will a^onibh- at their Armory at 8 orI-?ck tlm morning, folly lu-inej nn.l cquinnlj for active cerviw. lty <mic;r of Oil. Wheat 1IBNRY II. lll'nUAUD, Adjutant 4:li Kcj't. V. JI. ?(*27*A Strange Traveler.?About a week ago a traveler over the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad asked the conductor of (lie traiu to allow him to get off in the woods about five or six miles from Graf ton. The conductor thought the rcqucit a strange one, but nevertheless granted it tlu- tuan seeming to be possessed of all his senses and to be rather earnest iu his de maud. Two days afterward...

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. — 26 November 1859

BY FRBDERIBX 8CH1L&ER. ? ! ! from the Mountain rhrcn, In thunder iorth to-day; - . rush the era** are driven, ? % uprooted whiri'd a way I. ;? yet in awe all wildly giadd'ninc, el wanderor halts below f the rock-born waters madd'eing, ? the source from whence thoy.Ro,? their high, myaterions Founts, along, on the silenced world the Waves of Song! the thread* of lifo, fore ever, dread towers that weave the wool,? x the angers spell can seven breast was made to music proof? 9 Bard, a wand of wonder . u erald of the Qods has given: the sonl the death-real under, it breathless up to he?ven-f h half earnest, rocking ita devotion tremnWu ladder of emotion. a child, that, after pining'1 X he sweet absent mother?hears co?and, round h^r heck entwining - arms, vents all his soul in Mars,? ?ah Custom for estnuiged, -i ' b glad and gnSelOds track,. dV happy home unchanged. song wafts throranderer back? ira the cold and formal wofld and pressed, tieeat Hother to her glowing breast! AWTELLS &...

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. — 28 November 1859

2SQ2TOI! NUMBER 82. WHEELING, YA , MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1859. ?? J????!??? I I?? Y GLUME 8. 1?JU XTED AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, 1XTELLIGENCEE BUILDINGS, jY. R. Corner of Quincy arid Ilain-Str. TER MS: Daily (by payable in advance,).- .$5,00 jjy tlic Week, (payable to the Carriers,),.... 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable iu advance,).... i3,00 tip Atlvert feing done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid iu advance. CITY DIRECTORY. WHEELING POST OFFICE. " Arrival and Closing of the Mails. Washington, Pa., daily, (except Sunday,) arrives at 10 A. 31m closes at 3:30 P. M. Patkershurg, (by the Biver.) arrives at 5 A. 31., on Wednesday. Friday and Sunday. Closes at 9:30 A. 31.. Muinlny. W'cdnesday and Friday. Parkersburg, l?y B. & O. R. It., arrives at C:43 P. M. Closes jit C:30 A. M. Mail Train from the East, arrives at 1:53 A. JL? C1..S4* at &45 P. M. Express Train, from the East, arrives a...

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. — 28 November 1859

?Sgutilltytuttx CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT/ EDITOBS AND PROPRIETOBS. TERMS.?Daily. delivered in city, j?cr week, 10 cents. Daily, by mall, In advance? .$5,00 T&i-Wkkkly, by mail, in advance, 3j00 Wjoxlt, by mail, in advance,?........... l/)0 ' wheeling! Monday Morning, Nov. 28,1859. HISTORY OV TilB like AND TIMES OK JAMES MADISON. By William C. Hires. Volume I. Boite ton:?Utile, Br\>wn A Co.?1850. The volume entitled as above is destined to take rank in American Libraries as the standard work upon the interesting histo rical and biographical subjects of which it treats. Perhaps no man that h?9 lived, or is living now, could have been better fitted for writing snch- a book, than the distin guished author of the one beforo us. It is not always the cotemporary to whose hands the office of Biographer or Historian is most safely entrusted. Especially is this true when that office is to be perform ed with respect to times that were preg nant with political antagonisms, and men who par...

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. — 28 November 1859

jEfattg'lf ?Mtt| in. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western ?Virginia.'&n. Honday Morning, Wo v. 28,1859. 1*~5* I'BLOPES! ENVELOPES ! I \\ ? hire just received n fine lot or extra quality eti- j T.Jop?!. which will ho printeil In the l.e t RtTlc, ' clioap- CAMPliKLI. k .M'DKltMOT, "Off to Charlestown"?Departure op the Mimtary.?On Saturday morniug, in accordance with an order from tlio Ad jutant General of the Stole, the Virginia State Fencildes, Capt. Lortng, and the Wheeling Riflemen,' Capt. l'lankey, as sembled at t!ic Armory, Atheineum Build in;.'?, armed and equipped for active ser vice, "in all the pomp and circumstance of glorious war." The Armory was eoon filled with soldiers and citizens, and quite a number of curious people assembled iu (lie street outside, l"or ail hour or two there was a great hurrying to and fro among those .soldiers to whom the sum mons came unexpectedly, and who, being engaged in civil pursuits, were compelled to make a thousand little arrange...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 28 November 1859

[From tlio Collegiate Jonrnal, Botliany Magazine.] An Invocation. ?Wake lovol For quick-eyed Day, in car of light, ? Draws "swiftly nigh from orient skies. And Night all lier grim, embattled shadowy fifoa Before the shining ranks of Morn. Wake love! For, through the glimmering of the mist. The ruddy Dawn?with stealthy lip, Ila5kluiil Yon hold, old Height?and from his eager grin, Iflea hither, o'er the bending codn. Wake love I For In tho woodland*, to and fro, The tawny leaves by music sweet Yet slow, Are stirred and move with faintly tinkling feet. To melodies of Summer born Wake love! For yonder in tho liosky dell, The wood-nymph fashions of those leaves A spoil, To bind brown Autumn with, aud sighing. grieves To think of proud October's scorn. Wake love! For e'vn in 1 vaunted halls of Sleep, Thou ftndest no such dreams, To steop Tho spirit, when tho Wind's mysterious hum Telia, that tho Year will soon be gone. At Home, 1869. U. SAWTELLS & SHANNON, Wo. O Houroo-Slretl, Are now...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 November 1859

VOLUME 8. WHEELING, V A., TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1859. NUMBER 83. *" PRINTED AND liUBLI SIIKD BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, uielligexckb UriLUlHGS, V. J-'- o rnrr of Quincy and Main-^ts. X T& KMS s UuK.n*y mail-payable in advance,). $5,00 i Kr ilu- Week, (payable to the CarviLrs,).... 10 TrJ-*tV? ekly. (per year, payable in advauce,) 3,00 | Advertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements front a distance, or front transient I ritv customers. must be paid in advance. CITY DIRECTORY. " WIIEKI.raO POST OFFICE. Arrival and Closing of the Mails. V.'iirliinptnn. Pa- daily. (except Sunday,) arrives at I 10 A. closes !'? ^1* i^rkersburg. (by the Elver,) arrives at 5 A. M., on 't"c.lnt-d:*y. Frid:ty ami Sunday. Closes at 9:30 A. M., 3li.ifi*iy. Wednesday and Friday. I'atkeivbuig. l?y B. & O. R. I?., arrives at G:43 P. M. ('].ve*- :tl 1A. M. Mail Train from the East, arrives at 1:53 A. M..? R- ' - ?l f:43 '*? M Train. from the East, arrives at 8:53 A. M. Clo*?J Jit 10 A....

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 November 1859

CAMPBELL & M'DJSRMOT, EDITORS AND PKOPBIKTORS. TERMS.?Dajj.t, dellrereU in city, ptr wrck, lOwntiT. Dailt, by moil, la adranciv $5,00 b^,n^il>in advance^ 3,00 WtrKtT, by mail, inndranov- 1,00 W HEEL f N oT Tnesday Morning, Up v. 29,1859. We have a despatch from St Johns, New Brunswick, this morning, giving some farther details concerning the wreck of the steamer Indian. The-Washington despatch says thnt the President's message is now ready for the Press, and won't be more than two-thirds as long as it was last year. It is intimated that it will be strongly-Mexican-ish. The same despatches informs us that the political leeches are beginning to swarm in upon the Capitol, in the hopes of getting a filch out of the treasury through the or ganization of the House. , The despatches from Cleveland, 0., say3 that at the Democratic Convention of that city and county/ yesterday, Douglas stood 128 to 10 for Buchanan. And thnt worse than all, Collector Parks nud U. S. Clerk j Green went ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 November 1859

flailir JKiitcllipuccf ,o - r *reest Circulation of any Paper in j ^ Western Virgima."S? fn^sday^^riiing, Nov. 29,1859. LOPES I ENVELOPES!!?Wo i 1< >, .re iu-*t receive! a fine lot cf extra quality on- j which wll bo printed in the Lo t style, CAMPDKLL & M'DXKMOT, CbP3"- -y f I^-.Vukival op Wheeling Companies? CosWTios of Tinxoa is CiiArlestowjC?Wo Ii-jru from a passenger who arrived in the C;IV |,r the express train yesterday morning th.it ,!ie holil soldiers, l'rom Wheeling, reached Harper's Ferry about 2 o'clock on 3w(ldy morning, and were in a condition I0 oxiaim with many self congratulations: -TIins far into the bowels of the lftii'l. Have we marched (?n witlidttt impediment." The companies proceeded without delay | |,)CharI<!3town, reaching that excited Vir uiuis village about daylight and found their ivm|i .n'ons in aims "stirring with the |irk." Our informant discribea the con dition of things in Clmrfcstown and vi cljiitv as decidedly warlike and estimates ths...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 November 1859

***#*#? I hear nomoro the fairy Iftigtas bloW Tho stars arc dim. I hear no ihorc, atitho sea's cibb nud flow, r Tho sea-maids hymn. TTitli lowly heart} and meek, sad thoughts, T eland A dreamer vain; ' But ah! that vision of the morning land Returns again. - I dreamed it once, perchauco ai childhood dreams When" life began; I dream it now, nor think it I033 beseems The timo-taught man. I cannot tell if I shall find it true In worlds afar, If I sliall win in that o'erhauging blue My regal star. But still thd heart a far-off glory sots, Strange music hears :J * A something nut of earth still haunts tho breeze. Tho sun aud sphere?. Still, still I clian my hand?, still look and pine, Still weep and pray, Still, still am followed by a voico divino, And f.ir away. What mean these yearnings, th(*o mysterious This hope like fear, This feeling in the dark, these sadden cries, When none arc near? All thin^ that he, all lore, all thought, all joy, Sky, cloud, and star, Spell-bind the man. as o...

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