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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 17 August 1860

gailj) , ?r, . . . . r The PoeticulFateh Q,nilt. I only knew she came and went fLowelL Like troutlets in* pool? f Hcod. She was a phantom of deligbt. [Word*worth And I vu like a fooC [f **One kiss, d?ar maid," I said, and aish ed, [Coleridge. "Out of those lips unshorn:" Longfellow Bhe shook her ringlets round her liead, fstoddart. And laughed in merry scorn. Tennyson. Riug out ye bells, to the wild sky, [Tennyson. You hearthem. 0 my heart! {AliceGray. Tis twelve at ui^ht l?y th? castle clock, [Coleridge. Beloved, we must part! [Alice Gray. *?' Corns back, come back !w she cried in grief. f Campbell. My eyes an dim with tears? fB"dTajlor. Bow shall T liv* through all the days, fMrs. Osgood All through a hundred years? IT. ?- Ferry ' Twas in the prime of summer time THood She blest me with her band: fHort "We strayed together. deeply bleat, [Mrs. Edwards Into the Dreaming Land. {Cornwall. The langhing bridal roses blow (Palmare. To drees hw dark-brown b??r? [ B'yTd Taylor. Kp maiden ...

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. — 18 August 1860

VOLUME S. WHEELING. ^ A., SAT I R D A Y itfORX T\r; AUGUST IS, I860. NUMBER 307. I'KlYi Et> AMI I'UllLISIJKD IIV CAMPBELLiSc M'DEBMOT, iXTKLLKiEXCEIt BlflLDlXGS, 3*. K. comcr of (juirtcy and A/ain-SU. TERMS: p,i!r,(by mail.payable ia advance, $.'1.00 ],\ 1 he \V?k ' 10 TrS-UVrklv. (l?er rear. payable in advance.) 3,00 ?Sf Advertising dune on reasonable terms. All advertisementsfniirta distance. orfh*ra transient cjiv customer*. must be pwd in advance. INSURANCE. .Etna Iftsnraiice4Co. of Wheeling, OJfice at Oic Savin/js Jlan*-of IVftceiiugy So 03 Main St. TIIK ABOVK NAMED C<).'iPANY, Laving been ftitt? tfrgaxixed. is now prepare*! to take risks at lo'.rc^r coa-i'tent jatei! on lluildings. Machinery, VnrnUvre. and ?>f MiTchandtee. am) against all .Ungejf attending the transportation of Merchan ?Ji?c 0:1 Jlircr-i. Sea-*- I-akfi. CAa-il- and KatIroad?. AppliatiorH f.-r In?ur:ince will be promptly at t?> by the I'rcddcnr ?nd ivvtvtaiy. The patnmaseof the public i* re*pectfnll...

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 August 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEBHOT, EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS. TKKM3.?Dxtlt, delivered in city, per week, 10 cents Daily, bj mail, iu advance $5,00 ' Tri-Wuxlt, by mail, in advance^- 3,00 \TKnLT,b7 mail, in advance- 1,00 WHKKI-iINCt: """" Saturday Morning, Ang. 18, 1860. Tbk Hon. W. W. Uoyce, of South Caro lina, has written ti letter in the prevailing tone of the'politics of that State. He re commend* that she should go out of the Union in cftte of the election of Lincoln. If the other Southern Slate* will go with her, to much the better; if not, Mr, Royee thinks she should go alone. He does not apprehend any immediate measures of gression from the triumph of the Repub licans, but thinks that the interests ami institutions of the south would be greatly undermined. He ears that the fundamen tal doctrine of the Republican party is "negro equality;" and jo prove this he says: "The Tital principle of this party is ne gro equality, the only logical of which is emancipation. To see this, it is only ne...

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 August 1860

tJ_ Largest Circulation of any Paper m Western Virginia.-?* Saturday Morning, Aug-18, I860. -^ ItElilGIOlS SiOTICE,-Tbeid ^Pr^PrMlivtgrinn Church will be opened for dlulK- irfrrice uo Sabbath morning ?t 10^ o'clock. t,ei..u*fnric?iJJi. auSIS Pole I" ">? Kourtla Ward. The Fourth Ward Republicans will raise a Lincoiu and Hamlin pole, on the corner of Fifth and Zaac streets, this evening at 5 o'cioi'k. Good speakers have been en gigea for the occasion. A cordial invitu lion is extended to all Republicans to be present and loud a helping hand. JafTH I 2*0 1'BSSUiTEIUA.V CuL-BOH, Kev. B. V. Dodge, Pastor, has been thor oughly repainted and repaired. Service w.j be held on Sunday next as usual. jafl.* Tows.?The Hon. Win. .Mont gomery and Mr. Wm. Swan, ttditor of the Washington Jleciew, were stopping at the JlcLnre House, \esterday. eg-Tub Weatueu for the past few days has been most delightful, and the nights are cool enough to ensure the soundest slumber. The heated leriu seeuis to hav...

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 August 1860

iutcUigeiuct. A LOVE LAY [From the Spanish-] My love ?!ep! there. In th? shadow of my iaor. Ja toy cb^'men trenH' downward flow; Aad dark u midnigitt'i ckai They tell oo him ilk* a shroud? Ah! dues he w* remeaUr it, or nJ! With a comb of gold, encfc nixht, I combed my irw?e3 But the sportive breeze lucta to iai ir-: So I press them in a h<*p, Ft?r icy lar? w hereon to iJctp? Ah' doe* he now remember it, or i*of lie said he loved to g*ze Oo my irwrs flooring maze, And the nuiinigbt of my dark M??rUb rveg Awl he vowed he vooMdie with pain, Should hi> lore be at! In vain; So he won me with bii ycalseand hasi^is. Then I threw my ravea hair, like aniar.thv on him there. Encircling him with its maxyllow: And ptBov?d on my breast, He lay in sweet nnresr? Ah! does he now remember it, or nJ A littie boy three rears old was We*se<I with a newlitUe sister. The <la_r follow ing he was required to be verr siill, and } the reason given therefor, that bi? mother ? was verv west, and hi...

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. — 20 August 1860

VOLUME: 8.. WHEELING, VA.. MONO.A Y'MOWtwi v Tir^ i 'P OA* io/?a ? VUUV.'OI IOUU. IN U MJoiliK 3US. l'i;l\TKl> .IN1> rUllLISIIED ItV I CAMPBELL & ffi'DERMOT, I.VTKM-KiESJCER UllLDIXGD, y (nrwr fl/ Quintj/ ami JIain-Sit. ?V 1C RMS: | I.y oimL iu aJvanro.).,.. I.J tht W?t JO, I Tl;.?"?rMy-.I?r ycur.payable In wlvauce,) 3,00 jj. \ jrorl:?in? on reasonable trrnu. jlU a.iv<iti-**nrni? from* distance. or fruui transient city costcaiw, inuat be paid in adraaoe. INSURANCE? INSURANCE. ? E(nn Insurance Co. of Wheeling, Oftcr at Vt? Strings Jiank of Wheeiiug, Xo 03 Main St. TIIK ABOVE NAMED CO'dlVANY. liavjtig been fiiKf ?rjpmtttcd, in nuw prepared to take risks at |,.*M c ?sii'*lcut rale*. ?v, Isuildltigs. Machinery, Furat?f?- Stuck* of Mrrvlmndlv. ami against i ?j jttp?rs attending Hi*- Importation of Merchan j;w . Hirer*. Sea* UkH.0nnaN Itnilroaiis. ! far Insurance will be- promptly at- j t, . irl to bv the Prc-i'Uiit r.n-l Secretary. Jtr pitrinaseuf the public is reipectfuUy 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. — 20 August 1860

aiig ifttfoUigltM** ^CAMPBELL^fc M*1)ERM0T, EDITORS AND PBOPRIBTORS. TiJRMS.?Daily, dolirerwl In city, per Treek, 10 oents Daily, by nuiliaadrBoo^. .........$5,00 Tbj-Wzxxlt, by mail, in nd ranee,? 3,00 W*KKLT,by mail, in advance-.. 1,00 W H EEL"IN G:"* Monday Morning, Aug. 20, 1860. We ik that Joe Naylor. of Brooke, ac cording to the Wellehurg Herald, made a fool of himself at a late Douglas meeting there, by interposing some of his Breck inridge blab, when it wasn't his pat in.? We despair of being able to teach Joseph either any good manners or good sense.? He will be Joe Xnylor, gabby, sassy, and brassy, until be dies, we reckon. Somk persons send us from Moundsville what purport to be the proceedings, reso lutions Ac. of Lincoln and Hamlin meeting held at that place on the ltith inst. The communication carries the impress of a lie on its face, amLwe have no doubt but that it was got up by some of the idle va grants who seem ;o infest that place and busy themselves sending off f...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 20 August 1860

?irc^ Circulation of any Paper in Western Vfrginia.*"?^ \i?y Morning", Aug- 20, 18607 ?t)cn I'imis Uanu is (iretry well r.j7tJ vu. considering the J jf the weather. An exchange p:iper L city where tncy liave ft gang speaks finally of the institution, and savs jcg other things which urc true, that f.r,nil idea is, that vagabonds. loafers, [ifil-iloets must he made to understand 'they arc not to he sent to jail to loll jilciiess hut are to earn thei^ living l.t- there hy the uveal of tlieir brow. i,- no hardship implied upon them, I, the commission of offences by which I. i.,i.joct themselves to the penalty, is lirelv tolunlary on their part. Who upelsa man to make a beast of himself lituullr, or to steal, or to beat his wife, j |,,j ^uxmit any vile or immoral oQeuce? Lr, i; ao compulsion, and as to absolute I Iverty, '!"'re is 1,0 "eitse for il in this frft.-i while health remains. We argue i lie pustulate of the "Golden Rule," Ij liave no hesitation in saying that the Ltrinen tuiijb...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 20 August 1860

aiig ?fntclli(jenccr. HOW TO PLEASE. BY WX. H. MORRIS. "?T1s not so difficult to please, Ai nunj men rappoM! Urbanity will alway* charm. Am every lady knows. -?Companionship our natnrN seek. We all affection crave? Tis nature too lor us to lore The gifted and the brave! -We tnrna kindly eye on each. When lint we chance to meet; Till none ungarded selfish act His arts to please, defeat. -A man refined, with natnre kind, Hakes friends where'er be gt>e?; His frentle wa?s.and genial smile* A grace around him throws. ^ Who wishes truly to be loved. Shoo Id ?? what he wonld se*ro! 6oM-hmnor. honor, sympathy. Must in his fsatore* beam." Thns spoke my ladv-love?uAh mel My hopes," said X, -you frees*! Farewell!"?She whispered. *-Go not thus. Bat stay, do. as tou plwtfeT Ivdiaxs mar be considered* the Copp?r faced type of Mankind. The Chief End or Man,?when he in Teits, is?DiTid^nrf. Lovg's Dead Lock.?A lock of hair.? Boston Pott. The Latest and Most Fashionable Dry Goods AT OR BELOW COST....

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 August 1860

V OLUME 8. WTFE'ET.'rwn \T a nnrTmirv ^ ^0^1 mu^AJN^^UST 21. 1860. NUMBER 309 riMNTKD AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, _ ISTELLIGENCER BUILDINGS, .V. R'.cnrnrrof Quinci/ anil Main-Sis. T T-C li 3VI fS : D,.i?*.(by mail,payable in advance.).- $5,00 j-,v i hq Wwk 10 Tri-U"??kly,(i?er year, payable in advance,} 0,00 Advertising d??ne on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient citr cu-rtorn^ra- must be paid in ndrance. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. .fitna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, Officr at the Strings Haul of Wheel iug. Xo 63 Main St. TIIK ABOVE NAMED COMPANY. having been fulh organized. is now prepared to take risks at consistent rate*. on Huihljngp, Machinery. Furniture. ami Shx'k* <?f Merchandise, ahil against hll danger*attending tit?3 transportation of Mcrchan ai.?e?.n Hirers, Sets. Lakes. ami Knilroads. Applications for Insurance will ho promptly at lenled to by the President au.l Secretary. The pat r mage of the public is respectfully'solicit...

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 August 1860

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS 15D PROP&IETOE5. TERMS.?Dak.t. ddirer?d m city, per trr-ck. 10 cents DiHl, bj zobSL is sdrsovs ^.W Tn-WnXLT, by in ?dva?oe 2L0G WtrDT, by oulII, usadTons*? l^f WHEELING-: Tuesday Morning, Aug. 21, I860. As our readers have setts by the tele graph, the two wings of the Democracy 01 this State have held their respective C?n mtions. the one ^ Breckinridge) at Char lottesville .fed the other {Donglasi ?t Stannton. They met bud friends with each other, and parted in the same hate or. Nothing was done or scarcely broached, looking to a compromise. The one wing waited on the other for approaches and consequently neither made them. The Douglas men. by reason of their weakness and utter helplessness as a power in the State, stood over plum on their dignity, and the mere mention of such a thing as reconciliation came near throwing their entire body into hysterics. The Brrckin ridg* men, conscious of their overwhelm ing majority is the State, of course bad ...

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 August 1860

jiiilH f ntcHigcttcw Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Tuesday Morning, Aug- 21, I860. j-^-A Ijoou Timk Axticiimtsd.?There is snrcely ti German matron or a German maiJ. n in III? eity, tbat '?ns not been in dustriously engaged for the last two weeks in making wreathes ot artificial roses anj ever greens, mottoes, Jemblems, mill i'H sons of tasteful ornaments to be ji.-pluved ua the occasion of the Festival of the German Central Singerbnud, which eouimcnccs to-morrow. The men, too, lirtvc nut been iJle their efforts to make everything look pleasant a,id beautiful to ?.iiurco'intryuieu from abroad. We see loail nlicr lu.t-i of euil.Ar and oak branches, ami iimlirajjeous forest clusters coming in ?-on the courtry. anil in all parts of the nil-, tbe work of wreathing and fes muiiing is going on. Some of the enter ,,rising beer saloons are building bowera .11 trout of their doors and displaying lings ami all manner ot appropriate unU nttrac tive mottoes. The maids and...

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 August 1860

Can yon tell ?ty, Tb? hypocrite's eye Can better descry. Upon how many tors The jraaey-cat goe* Why cant you tell that? Certainly. The eye of deceit Can count er feiti And so I supple Can Lest coast her toe* Swxet Old Acs.?God cornetiraes gives to a man a guiltless and holy second childhood, in -which the soul becomes childlike, not childish, and the faculties, in full fruit and ripeness, are mellow, -with out signs ot decay. This is that sought for land of Bculah, where they who have -traveled manfully tbe Christian way abide awhile, to show the world a perfect man hood. Life, with all its battles and its sorrows, lies far behind them: the sonl has thrown off its armor, and sits in an even ing: he dress of calm and holy Veisure.? Thrice blessed the family or neighborhood thai numbers among it one of those not ?W escended saints! QrTLP and his wife had a bit of conten tion the oiber day. ,JI own you have more brilliancy than V said the woman. ?4<bn: 1 have the better judgment.*" ...

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 August 1860

V PLUME 8. WHEELING. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, I860. NUMBER 310. fl.lNTKL- A.NI> l'UBUSUKD BV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELL1CE5CEU BCILDIN'US, V. K ~ 'ri>-r uf Qlsimri/ and JUainSs. T K K >X S : Ii:.ilv..l.y mail, payable In advance,).? _$o.(K J*.v itie tYWk - 1C 5 ri V,>?VW. 0*r .vear. payablt in advance,)? 3.0C Advert i*i?S d,-ne on re.-wonablc terms. All silwtisietnents from a distance. orfrvni transient citr cu^t-iaierfi. most be paid in advance. INSURAN Ce! INSURANCE. .ttna Insurance Co. of Wheeling, ct tin Stirivgt Bank of Wheriiug, Xo G3 Slain St* THE A1WVK NAMED COMPANY, having been fjllv .Hpmxzcd. if now prepared to take risks s. j.?vrr-t cou?:?tent rnte*. ??n Machinery. jVoitorc. a:?4 Sf.wk->?f M?Tr!uui?lise, and against ;?<! inzer*liusr t!??? troiup>rtt*ti->n of Mtfrchan '1 r ouKiwns. >*m-. I.rikt*-*. CinrtN an?1 K?ilroaih. " A^pUcttionj f .r Insurance w:ll lie promptly at tr J~\ U' '?v the Prt-M-?f *ti<l St-cretarr. Ti.e p\tr >u*se ...

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 August 1860

C*AMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITORS iSS PfcOPBiCl OE&. TJSKM5.?DjMLT, doliTervd in city. }k.t vr*+tz. 10 cents 1>ailt, by mafl. izi advai***? .$5.00 Tw-ITjxsxt, by mail, in bdvanct S.W WrctLT, by mail, in ad vance^ ? 1.00 WHEeIIng": 'Wednesday Morning, Aug- 22,1860. Wk ocknnw ledge the receipt of clubs of subscribers from Wm. McFarla&d. of Co shocton Co., O., ana from Mr. K. X. Stew art, of Hancock Co., Ya. Onr lists iti both of ibp.ee counties is swelling hugely, but still thnre's room. The article beaded ^Republican doc trines," republished to-day br ub from tbe columns of tbe New Yart Courier end En quirer, is, in our estimation, a most excel lent one, and one which we heartily and entirely endorse. There may be a few people in tbe United Slates calling them selves Republicans, who do not subscribe to Sr. Webb's fifth article, which he aad -we print in italics, on account of its being an individual opinion, but the great body of the party, the overwhelming mr.sses of the...

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 August 1860

|ailU ?f ntclltifcum Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. -S3 Wednesday Morning:, Aug. 22JL8G6. ligccrTiuN Da if.?Yesterday was ? he ,|uv :i|i|)uiuted for the reception of the nifiiii>ers of tlie Central Sa.-ngerl>tind from ai,rouJ. 11' I lie early uioriiiiig- oue might have supposed that a whole forest had grown "V in tile ( itT HS!?y magic during lUenig'ut, so abundant were the green I,ranchi'i in the vicinity of Washington II,1!. the .Vilieiu-itn and about the doors t,f the lager-heer saloons and every pluce ' e;s... Tastefully arranged "triumph hows" 1 -'.retched mross the streets, Hags of | II . ?fi. and imitations 01 narps auu lj res ucre hanging upon the ?..nils uml floating ;r, th ilie windows. Uusy men. with roses :;.e lapels of tlieir coats ami badges ?" ulfice. were hurrying t!ireu>rli the streets sr..i beer wagons were rattling about in ail directions. The ('?eriii'ins had ilone so -mil, .11 the way of decorating the streets -,?i Hail places of ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 22 August 1860

gmlg ffuMliflencet. GONE. BY 1?AKJKL L. OSBI'IIS. VTfljr should I nit. with sorrow laden. Broofting o'er The mournful memory of a maiden. Mine no more? ?toue HTt! nil toy youthful fancies, ?tone tli? spell ul tender cIhucns: And the dream of love en ranee* Nevermore! lk?wn the mountain of my rear* If a plain. Where the bloom of life appear* Frwb again: Where forever in my dreaming Her bine ere it brightly glramiug: f'alminz by it* gt?nti?r l?r?iuing Grief nod pain. Would that we had nerer jiart*^. Marj Clyde! Would Hmt wr mic^it forever Side by side! Ah! the precious. precious hour*, Gliding through life's r^sr bowerr. Tolhe music of the fiov.ers? Too mr bride. The Mothei: and trk Son.? \ Parisian letter writer calls attention to tut fact tbat the ,:Pariani pour la Syrie!" has be?n soundeii by fi?r trooper's I.orn througli ont the Empire, and is to-day the war-cry ot the French ariny. Wi>?t was to the Queen & romance, it to her 50a a reallitv. How little did she comprehend, "...

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 August 1860

V OLUME 8. WHEELING, VATHURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1860. NUMBER 311. I'ltlNTKl) AXD 1-L'llt.ishkd BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iSTEliMGEXCER nCILDISGS, ,V. -:->rn*r "J Quittcy and Main-Sfs. TERMS: p ?>?.(!>>? mail,payable in advance,).. #5,00 l*.v the Week 10 7rM\?kly. (per year, payable in advance,) n 00 Advertising d<>no on reasonable term*. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient citr customers. must be paid in advance. INS UE AN C E . INSURANCE. t;ina InsuranceCo.orwiieeling, oi the Syri'tps Tittvb of Whf.nitig, ZVo G3 Main St. TIIK ABOVE NAME1> COMPANY, having ln-on fully organized. i* ?'>w pr.-pa?vd to take risks At lowfit consistent rate*. r>u ItniMiu^s, Machinery, Faruituru. ?nt St?>ck? ?f Mfrc1i*ndi?e, ami ajraiijst ail ih libera at ternlln? tin? tramp-?rtatio? of Merchan ? n"ltiver.?. Se:w. r.nkr-?. Canal* and Itattroadfi. \i.ulic;ti??ns for In-urancc will l?e prr-mptly at t?iid?4 t.? br tin- President and Secretary. Thepatronage...

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 August 1860

iailg fntelligcucer CAMPBELL & X'DEEKOT, EDITORS AJTD PROPRIETORS. TXRMfi.?Dim. d^Ii^ered is Cfty. p~r weeV, 10 eent? Dallt. by xxudLis advance -$a.0G Tki-'Weztlt, l?r mail, ir wbanctu. 3,00 VflKUEfbj mall, inaidTtaoe, Lftw W H K E L I X G: Thursday Morning. Aug. 28,1860. Is oar advertising columns will be foil nil tbe prospectus of Bethany College. Tie next session commences on the 1st Monday In Octolirr and ends on Hit 4tb of Ju]y (Commencement day following. TTe have had XKurasiou loutlvc such frequent reference totnib institution -In our local news, thai its general character and dis tinctive regime, are cuite familiar 10 our readrrF. In geographical situation. among: The romantic anu fertile hills of Brooke county, we doubt if any College in the country pon^ase*: so many similar advan tages. The road thitherward from any point along the river combines undula tions nud successions and shades of land scape beauty no where surpassed, and which always, even in the dreariest win...

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 August 1860

circulation of any Paper in ^*^estorn_Virpnift.-S? arsday Morniag. Aug- 23,1860. ru Festival.?Yesterday Ventral Singtrbund metal nii ? for rehearsal. Afterspend .(liCiiJ-1'1" ,n j)L.rftcting themselves : "T. ,^1 Concert, they wandered ",v siCbt-eeing ?>'"j indulging ?i i: ?? "i. -J* n5 th? city afforded. ?? ^''u'Ljnic .Society from Mariet ~i"RotUa?-ktr's Gardens, , escorted by a band of ? ? : rewitocd until evening and V^bingt.m 11.11. attracting "'".I V u" ,!,L ro.utc- ,V,U -cr- express themselves 'a with the preparations -t'ceiv t!lv 11 *n'* t'"'" '103i"' ilu-v b.tve been every ? V V. 1 *' ' ^ K*r.- - ""Tt , ni- ln at the Athena-nm r'S ^-tsb.i^y ...tended, ' the music was reud ? C - : ;,cr. . ill been carefully ? ' r"l'i''r.-ed. Sutwith ??*her SlngerS a*."iii>se-'d tlic rooit perfect bar >??? pr ..!???? Jibe finest music ' .t; Oiiu- - : fho*U5 ot VOlCv'a ??>?? l,ie,rcS;?i T?.r attend u sin), i. U UHllCl]i:l . ,v?s not. so : ~ dresi circle aud ) ?ii cow'urtabiy hill. Th...

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