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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 9 January 1861

W?-mlne,7 ?o *n Xdt>u. 1 to Evening 7 toff. OfWCK AXU UKSII*KNCK> (?>rjirr of Fourth and Qulnry ?rreets^bcluw th?* 1st Pri-aiiytfrian Church. NE W FIRM. rilllli UXDRUSUjXKD 1IAYK AnS ri'lATKDTIIEM A selves together as a firm, under the *tyl? Maxwell, Campbell & Tingle, ZJ& Wholesale tiroecry ' gen'L COMiVlioSICN BUSINESS t No. ??i in the ruutn f -nmrly mrvmel l<? ^er A llu,.k:*??. ?? r.-?pr*l/tttlv III* ?f theTl t*?. J* V ?I AI< III. Wt? (km tilt'*. Ifcmkm A ?.?*. Til W,J.IU%ll*|ieLI.I?l??HliU?l i II *??U. . OIH H. TtNuLIL Ut* wlt?? LM A ll-mrU. _ |?IX 1. A. METCALP, CIWHIMIOI Mtend!ANT t)U MANUFACTURER'S AGENT \ ro? tib mu cf K?'K , Win ! ?* <*Um, CiMkn^ll 9*mp Ir??u. UU ??i*. |j?rd?Ml, W?*l. Uw*. SfflM** ftiutli* l*aprr, Iia*ter Parts, Akin, Wrapping P?i*r, Cm?ul, laeJa, WwiH Ww?s Starch. T??*"??hw wt?|? nmn) Mticlcn of Pitutmrgh and Whwllnit mannUcUtrv. No. AO Pftstou'a llowi Main St., l"Tl' Wheeling, Vn. m-reillyT Witalwii^ P?aler in GROCERIES, Forflgn ...

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 January 1861

failg {gntcttigcum CAMPBELL & M DEEHOT, KOITOES ASD rROritlRTOHH. TERMS.?Daiit, dellTcr**! in city, p?-r week, 10 cent! Duly, by maO. Id advance.- .$5,00 Tu-TTimt. by mail. In advance^.. 3,00 Wnur.by iuail, In advance.. ? l,0o W H E E L I X g T " """ Wednesday Morning. Jan. 9,1861 ? To We believe that the Daily! Inliffigenctr ba? now reached a circulation double any that a Wheeling paper ever had hitherto. The Diplomatic Corps at Washington lire gelling soured at the appearances of thing*. So the news says. Tub Governor of Tcunessee follows in after Governors Hicks *nd Letcher, and bangs ft re on tho project of calling a con* vention?which is as much as a man.can do that far down, lie thinks'*the remedy \$ In the Union." asthe current phrase goes. Ho*. W*i II< Sr.ward has been appoint ed Secretary of State by Mr. Lincoln. A strong article on the subject appears on onr fourth page to-day. So far the Cabi net appointments are, Messrs. Seward, Cameron and Bates, three strong 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. — 9 January 1861

gailtt jguteiUgeum Largest Circulation of any- Paper in Western Virginia. "C* Wednaaday Morning, Jan. 9.1861. Council ani> Other Tuinus. ?Last night being the secoud Tuesday of *t*ie month, the City Council ought to have met. The members struggled into the Chamber slowly, and it was soon.apparent that th.?ie would be no quorum. Some half n dozen of the fathers collected, how ever, and tli?re was a good deal of *'heavy sitting nroun-l" for about a half an hour. They talked G/neral Jackson, Eighth of January*, Secession and city matters, and during the eonverjittien we gathered the following facts. J. B. French had in his possession bonds of the city of Wheeling to the amount of $3,4:'.tf lie petitioned the Circuit Court of Ohio county for a writ of mandamus, commanding the City Couucit to meet on Tuesday, the 10th day of July, I860, to levy for and collect the claim set forth in his petition. The writ was issued, and made returnable on the 43th day of June", and duly served, but t...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 9 January 1861

fJaUj> intelligence*. 3IR. LIXCOLS'S CABINET. "^Vm. H. Seward Appointed Secretary or State?How It 1? Kecelved?WUat Urn will be apt to do. (From tljp X. Y. Tlina* of yesterday.] Tbe most important incident of the day is the a .pointmem of Mr. Seward to be Secretary of State in the approaching Ad ministration of >Jr. Lincoln. We believe it is quite certain that he ban accepted the appointment. We assume it to be equally certain that ha would not have done so, unless he had felt satisfied that the policy of the President would be in harmouy with his own political opinion*, and such as he couid adopt without any sacrifice of hi* political position and his personal con sistency. The first effect of this announcement upon the public mind, especially at the South, will be to (nereis5 the excitement and apprehension which already prevails. Mr. Seward is already regarded by the great mass of the Southern people as the representative and incarnation of that hatred ?o their section, and ...

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. — 10 January 1861

WHEELING. VA., THURSDAY feUNING, JANUARY 10, 1861 NUMBER 118 VOLUME 9 PiilNTKD AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELlilGKXCER Bl'II,UIXCJS, Jf. E. coriuT of Quiitcy and .Vnin-fii. Ticlij M Si Daily, (by mail, payable In advance,). ..$5,00 ity lit.* \tt&t L: :... 10 Trt-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance,) 3,00 A Ivertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient pity customers, mnst be paid in advance. ? ? b^inesscaiidsT" T. SWEENEY & SON, (SLCO-SSOBS TO SWEXSETS * UELL,) ?.MAN U KACTUUEIIS OP ? FLINT GLASSWARE, Chins, Queehstrare, Lamps, Oirsn tloleh, Table Cullcry, &c.,|&c. JVo. C5 Main .Street, WHEELING, VA. PTc7HILDRETH~&lBRdr fiJI Mnin Street, Wheeling, Va. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Nail Rod, Window RImm, Maryland Lime, liar Iron, Printing Paper, Common Lime, Nails, ? Wrap. I'npcr, Flour, Sheet Iron, Piaster Paris, Shanghai Matches, Wire, 'Land Plaster, Fait, Out Steel Cement, Wooden Ware, 4c. Agent* for Howe'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. — 10 January 1861

fjnilg gBteUigme* I CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOTl EDITORS AMD HK0PHIKT0R8. TKKUa.?Sin^drilffnd In elly, per WMk, lOcanll Dior, by nmil. In advun, 46,04 Iu-Vixklt, by mail, la ndT*uce?... 3.00 _ WuiLT,byman,iaa<lnuK?v 1,04 w h Fe i , I N cT: Thnr?Jay Morning, Jan. 10,1881. To Advertiser*. We believe that the Daily Intelligencer baa now reached a circulation double any that a Wheeling paper ever bad hitherto. We surrender our paper this morning, without comment, to the news of the day. At the request of many citizen* we re produce on oar fourth page to-day, the propositions of Messrs. Crittenden and Rice, as plans for adjusting our present difficulties. Ox Monday in Congress (House) Mr. Adrian, of New Jersey, (Douglas Demo crat) offered the following resolution : Resolved, That we fully approve the hold and patriotic act of Major Anderson in withdrawing from Fort Moultrie to Fort Sumpter, and the determination ot the President to maintain that fearless officer in his present condition, ...

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. — 10 January 1861

*3U Largest Circulation of any Paper in Westorn Virginia.-S3 ThoJ3day Morning, Jan. 10,1861. 0??rMit. Gko. Passmouf., if he succeed ed In passing himself ofl* for a handsome man, would do so with great difficulty, lie is all legs and dyspepsia, like a sick turkey, and is perhnps the ugliest man and the most accomplished destroyer of three cent whisky now iu the United States, including South Carolina. He makes periodical visits to this town and alwnys makes it a poiut to get drunk clean through. The place of h!s abode Is down abnut Wegee, as he always come3 froin that direction.? lie Is the most angular man In his person and in his movements that ever lived.? Seeing him move along the side-walks one would suppose him to -be a wooden man strung together upon wires, like the Punches and Judy's of the Puppet eliows. Tu the distance he looks like the upper rigeing of an old fashioned windmill, and seems to be contiuually winding himself up, usiug all his limbs und his neck and head for ...

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. — 10 January 1861

gutciligcucer. COMPROMISE PLANS. The Respective Proposition* of Sena tors Crittenden and Rice. MR. CRITTBXDES'S PLAN. Whereas, the Union is in danger, and it is difficult, if not impossible for Congress to concur by the requisite majority, so as to enable it to take such measures, and to recommend to the States such amendments to the constitution, as arc necessary to avert the dnnger? Whereas, in so great an emergency the opinion and judgment of the people ought to be heard, therefore, JltMolved, That provision be made by law without delay for taking the sense of the people, nnd submittingto them the follow ing resolution:? Resolved, By the Senate and Uou*c o Representatives of the United States of America, In Congre?a assembled, two thirds of both houses concurring, that the following articles be, and are hereby, pro posed and submitted ns amendments to the Constitution of the United States, which shall be valid to all intents and purpose?, as part of said constitution, when ratifi...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 January 1861

(ia w m UfrGOW WHEELING. MORNING, JANUARY 11. 1861 VOLUME 9. NITM1VRR 11!) I'KtarfcU AND rL'liLlSUEII BY ' -7 ? 0 ) 4 IXTEj^LlfilSXCE^ RU1LD1NG?, K cornet of Quincy afuf Main~SU. ? i J TKRMSs . D*Uy.(J?y mail,payable hi advance.)?. 46,00 By tho . io Trl-Wrekly,i'per year, payable In advances)'.... 3,00 43F* Advertising dune on reasonable terms. All advertisement* from a'di?tAnfce?orfrom transient oity cmioniers, must be paid in advance. ^I NSUR A.N C E . Insurance to. of Ilarlfoird. s IXCORPORATEO laio. Capital & Surplus32,191,100.02. The INCOME of Cltls Company is DOUBLE that of auy other Fire Insurance Corpvrutleu Ju the Unit**d Stat en. . Awetn, Jaunary lv 180 0. Cash iu h.tad, *Deposited ill HartsM lfcink.%$;?4,418 4S Cash iutr.iu*it, and in hand*of Agents 10u,2W 18 U.*S.Treas. Notos, and accrued Interest 75.1KH) uO U.S: Stocks, 5 per et.<?emi-abnual interest,...166.7 .'>0 (A) Ileal Kstateuuin unilm-ed 75.0V6 00 Mouuy dm* tin* Co., secured by Mortgage, .464 16 Del. 4 H...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 January 1861

gaiig jjiiteUigcucn ~CAHPBSLL & M'DEEMOTT ED1T0ER AND PROPRIETORS. TKRMS.?Dailt, delivered In dty, per week, 10 cents Dailt, by mall, in advance^ ^....i5,00 T*i-Yfrrur, by msll, In advenes- 3,00 Wsmo.t, by mail. In advance^..... 1,00 WHEELING: Friday Homing, Jan 11,1881 To Adrertlteri. We believe that the Daily Inttlligtnctr has now reached a circulation double any that a Wheeling paper ever hud hitherto. INTERESTING AND important HEADING MATTER OH evert page OP TO-DAT's paper. Tuc dispatches from all quarters this morning are interesting. A mas, on reading the proceedings of onr Legislator* so far, will naturally come to the conclusion that nine tenths of the members have gone crasy. The secession ists completely rnle the honrt and mad ness even more completely rules them.? Everything is disunion. The West is powerless?her members are just nowhere in the gale, and with the esception of a small sprinkle from the North-West, they are being swept by the tornado of revolu tion into...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 January 1861

gailn gjutcliigcttcc* CBu Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-ffi* Friday Morning, Jan. 11,1861. JriT*As Oli> Soldieu.?We encountered lyestcrday an old soldier, by the name of Diru, who passed down by this city fif nr4 ago, when it was n small village, Henry being the most prominent ; in the place. He was going to join General Jackson, at Fort Adams, on the Mississippi, below Natchez. There were three hundred men in the company with Mr. Brown,all Pennsylvania Germans, - raanv of whom could scarcely speak a word of English. Two of the company >i /' came ashore here, aud xltuough the boat waited two days nt the point of the Island and the country around was thoroughly 'Searched, the men were never heard of af ' terwards. Mr. Brown served the United States more than nine year9 and followed old ilickory and his subordinates over ma ny a hard road and through many fierce engagements. Mr. Browu is nearly nine ty years of age, and yesterday was his first visit to Wh...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 January 1861

ailp gntclUtjcucey. WHAT IS TO BE DONE 1 Another Comnunleallon from Bell Everett?SeeeMlon and Coauttr iecpcalon-KMlera Virginia tor Dta unlon, and the Went for tUU Union Editor* Intelligencer:?-It is pretty well understood that the present movement in Virginia for the call of a Convention orig inates with those who are hostile to the Union. Its object wonld seem to be to draw Virginia into the whirlpool of se cession. How far this wicked scheme shall be allowed to projpvr, Go'i only knows. But I cannot refrain from ex pressing a fear that it may succeed, even beyond our most seriuui apprehension;:.? My reason for indulging this fear i?, that Western Virginia?chiefly to be relied on to checkmate or defeat this dangerous and delusive experiment?docs not appear to be fully aroused to h sense of iter perilous condition, or awake to the magnitude of the interests she has nt stake. There ean be no douht that as soon as the Legislature convenes, the ques tion of a Convention will he precip...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 January 1861

a Air.:,' Kilnajt A BrrssYciA w (f : Otf2! i ? ? . i! / ci- .aihfc u*.-? T*mt WHEELING, YA., SATURDAITMORNING, JANUARY 1-2, 1861 .TliirHTlf 71 yOLUME 9. NITMTVRTJ 120 ' |i , . I j.ult.U AM) I'UKUSUKD BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT.i 1STHIUMXCKK BSILDISIOa, r?<T Quint,. ? TKKMSt D\ily.(by mail, payable in julranc<s> ?.h..w.3^0 Byti.e Weft... .. t.;. ?, iq tri-Woekly, (per year, payable fn advance,)?....I&flQ. AthrertUlnjc done on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient - city oastomera, must be p^ld in advance. . INSURANCE ? ^ETISTA. Insurance Co. of llartford. INCORPORATED 1819. Capitol & Surplus, 82,194,100.02. The INCOME of this Company li DOUBLE that of v any other Fire Insurance Corporation in the United States. Aaseti, Jannnry 1, I860. ..Cash In hand*, * Opposite* in Marts*d Uaulu,$234,448 48 Oath in trauait, and In hands of Agents,... .I6u,2y7 ?S U. S.Treas. Note*, and accrued Interest,... .~75.900 00 U.8.Stock., 6 per cf. eemi-an u...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 January 1861

|ail|j gaieiiigetim CAMPBELL & Jt'DESMOT, KDITOU AXO nOPBIITOU. T HBHt-Bmr.diUwid Indly, i~z wMk, 10 casta Daut, by maU,U> ?dTUKx. ; -$W? W! XT.br taadraac*,...:.: 1,00 \V H K E L I NT a : Bator day Morning, Jan-12.1881. To Advertisers. We believe that Ibe Daily lattMgmcer ha* now reached a circulation double nny that a Wheeling paper ever bad hitherto. IlTERESTISO AXD IMPORTAXT HIADIXO MATTER OS (VERY PAOB OF TO-DAY'S PAPKR. " Two candidates are now in the field for 31 ayor: Capt. Wilson and A. J. Sweeny. Sekator Hotter (see telegraph) reporti this Union done for, and reconstruction now in order. He proposes a plan. Proceedings of a Union Meeting in Wet zel county, will be fonnd on our fonrth page tbis morning. Ma. Caldwell presented the proceed ings of the Wording Men's Union meeting - at the Atlienseum, to the Senate on Wed nesday UtL Yesteboat, resolutions were introduced into both the New York and Massachusetts Legislatures, offering the President men money to sustain th...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 January 1861

Largest Circulation of any Paper in , -a* SEW Thinq.?Wo shall soon have . in pw In our office, a very valuable article called Dick's Accountant and Dispatch ? patent. By it we.intend to put the names of Jill subscribers and dates of expiration of their payments, on our Weekly editions, M and thereby prevent many errors and of course much complaint. When once the subscriber's uatne.iscorrectly printed, witlt date of expiration of subscription, it re mains so for the time paid, and is not liable to the weekly danger from omissions by the address clerk, or froiu illegible writing. By this machine, the gum is put upon a -slip containing names of subscribers, each name cut off and pressed upon tfie newspaper, much more rapidly than it is possible to write, and, as we" said above, ? - ? ?' ??4 AV9M VI ?V * *fr -th without any danger of error. Another advantage which' every ;subscriber will appreciate is, the fact that each paper in forms him of the time when his subscript tlon expires, an...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 12 January 1861

jgailg -Intelligence*. the number of Vanity Fair coming to hand yesterday, we And the following to HO WILL r?B?. The scorn of every manly, bonrsl heart, The prood contempt of woman, leal and trne, Re?t on the ever, traitor to thy trnit. Tboa parricide ot Statesmen! P.rthUn knave! Who in thy flight sent back a venomous shaft To wound thy country deeper: Trea son's King, Worthy to wear forever on thy brows The Coronal of Intamy and Shame: Are there no men in that broad land of c Uli.p? . Sired by patriot*?baptized by the fire Through which our country's martyrs no bly passed To brand thee as the Arnold of thy time? If not 'tis well that from oor starry host, ? . . Her glory and-her shame sbontd-frail to chaos. The Charleston (S. C.) Mercury, pub lishes the following billet doux? To the Editor of the Charleston Mercury: While everybody else is volunteering his or her services to aid in the great cause of Sontbern independence, I would not bo ?4!?v M/ everir P*!'6 secession; and iff thi...

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. — 14 January 1861

NUMlVRTi 191 VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., MONDAY .Os3L "Ji J. V 1.1 VI i.ll .t.Nb i-LI I.IMIliD llY OAMPSSLL & ffi'DEEMOT, I \ TE1,1.1 <;*:S'cEli bbiLdixus, V. K. nrrnrr of Quiuej/ and Main-SU. TERMS: i iilv.<by mull.payable in advance,}.- .;.........$5,00 Ry the Week....,.^.-.;.. '. j. 10 rrl-W?rpWy.{jieryovr,|)ayttWeln mivance,)M. 3,00 Advertising dune on reasonable terms. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient ? i t y customers, must be paid in advance. IN S U R ANCE" Insurance Co. of liartford. rNCO KPORATEb 1810. Capital & Surplus 52,194,100.02. The INC'JMK of this Conuninv Is DOUR LB t bet of any uthsr Fire liuuraucv Corporation In the United Slates. .\??8tat January 1, lfiGO. Oiusli iu uaud,X Harti'd liApks.$-234.44S 48 ?ash lutransit, and iiihuudt>of Age;it*,.... 100,297 78 (J.S.Treas. Notes, and a?cru?*l Interest, 75,900 00 U. s. Stocks.. 5 pet-cL. *cuii-.umm?l Interest.... 156.7 50 Co Heal E?tat?* VjrtlnnihibeKHf i.. 75,990 00 Money due the Co.,...

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. — 14 January 1861

CAMPBELL^ M'DEEMOT, EDITORS A3 D PROPRIETORS. TIEMI^?Dart, delivered in eily, p?r vwk, 10 ceau Dittt. by mall, lo ?4nu>ce.~. .fi.00 Tu-Wimr, by ra&i], fa advanca? 3,00 Wiiur, by mail. In advaaca^.. ?. 1,0V w he~elTx gT Monday Morning, Jan. 14,1861. To Advertiser*. We believe that the Daily Intelligencer baa now reacbcd a circulation double any that a Wheeling paper ever had hitherto. INTERESTING kSD IMPORTANT READING MATTER OX KVKUY PACE Or TO-DAT's PAPER. Uksrt Wistbr Davis has been appoint ed to a seat In Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet. Thb Star of the West arrived back at New York on Saturday, not having been able to reinforce M*j. Anderson. From Richmond. By yesterday's mails we have one day's later news from Richmond, than that pub lished on oor first page. In tho House of Delegates, the Convention ItfU was passed on Friday, by the decided vote of 77 to 61, all of the Panhandle Representatives voting for it, vie: Messrs. Edgington and Rich ardson of this county ; Porter of Hancoc...

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. — 14 January 1861

JJniiw guteUigwm tA- Largost Circulation of any Paper in "Western Virginia. ^atB^a^Morning, Jan. 11.1861. ?agTA Dishonest Servant Uiul.?m7. Jolin Armstrong, who Uvea on the Island had occasion to vacate his house before Christmas, to go on a visit. At the time there was a servant girl in the family named Miss Grieshauber, who assisted in locking up the house aud then went away to remain with a relative during Mr. A.'s absence. After the family had gone, MUs Grieshauber, it appears, went back to the bouse, crawled in at a window and pro* ceeded to pick up and deposit in her virtu ous bosoin sundry valu ible3, such as a locket, a gold chain, a clasp, and a ring, amounting in all to about twenty dollars worth. Upon the return of Mr. Armstrong's family the thing) were missed, but the girl, of course, knew nothing about tliem, and wondered who had robbed the house. Mr. A. suspected the girl but failing iu all his efforts to expose her, he notified the police on Fridey last, and officers ...

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. — 14 January 1861

fgattj) gjtttelfiflcttccy. f For the Iuti-lligvneer ]V PROM THE COUNTRY, Ohio Couktyj Jan. 8, 1861. , Meurt. Editor?:?Thcfe ore sorfly times for those who love this glorious Union of ours, surrounded ns it is by nil of the sweet halo of the illustrious past, to stand firm And unwavering in the faith of its perpetuity, and h*nd it to posterity with out n blot or lilexmah lo mar or Main the \ fair escutcheon of the palladium of Ameri can liberty. These are the times to "try men's souls," and to find out whether they are ?Moemeo worthy of a sired," or whether they will stand listlessly idlo while the avowed enemle? of the Union as bequeath ed to us by our fathers, are aim jug the poisonous and deadly arrows of discord and rebellion at the stars and stripes which staud out in brilliant aray upon the galaxy, of our National firmament.? Therefore, I reiterate the idea that the friends of the Union should be up and doing, and say to the enemies of our Union, "the rights of the valiant lay ...

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