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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 January 1861

mirwwj II SiKy i iSI WHEELING. VA., TUESDAY VOLUME 9 G, JANUARY 15, 1861. NUMBER 1*22 CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT;! IXTKLMC^KCKR BtlLDIXttH, TERMS, ,1 7&^Jr-<br.f^U l*J?W? i* advance^- .$6,00 i f By the AVwk..? lo | J frMVfvkly.tnerywriPtyHbtein Mlnwee,).^..... 8,00 j Advertising dime on reasonable tfrxnji. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient j city customers, must be paid In advance. ! IN S U R AN C E i , Insurance -Co. of Hartford. INGORPORATRD 1819. Capltai&^anrtus, 32494,100.02. The INCOME of this Company Is DOUBLE that of any other Fir* Insurauc* Corporation in tho United State*. A.??et?j January 1, 18<lO. Cashlnhaud, & Deposits iuilartxM Bjjik4?234,448 18 Cfcsliin transit, aud tn l^nd-of Ag*nt*.....lGo.2#7 78 Urs.'Treas. Note*, and acini ed fatStfljt, 75.000 0Q ^ l^cct.^eJui-fUMitudiuier^t,...1.^,7^0 00 IS*1 "wfcttBpljt^umber*!.^ ;. U.70,nW 00 C\. M&W* due th+Cdi. ?etav?*by "Mortgage,. 454 76 ?* - JW#W?a-*?t-,11.089 00 OilU Receivable, amply...

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. — 15 January 1861

gaftg gttteUigttun CAMPBELL & M'DERMOtT" SDITORS AW PSOPRIKTOSS. TKRX1?DAXiT^dtUvind la dty, p?r WNk, 10 csnta Dutr. bj null, la ulrun^.? ~.4o,00 . Tn-Wimr, by i*a11, ta *dvaac?, 3,00 WmtT^i kaall, in advance...... 1,0o \V H E E L I N~g7 Tnesday Morning, Jan. 15.1881. ISTZMSTIXC ASD UPOHHXT **ADI*Q U ATT UK ox BVIBY ?AO* OF TODAT'l PAPBB. . .? ? ? ? . ' P**r.\RB . your nominations and yonr ballots for members of the Convention.? telegraph./ WimiK the last few days we hare pub- - llsbed pretty near all the compromise plans that have been offered or suggested, both In Congress and ont of Congress, *nd we hare expressed onr preference for either Mr. Bice's or the Border Sutcs compromise over Mr. Crittenden's. We tbink that Mr. Crittenden's plan can offer no permanent settlement, and that it carries within it the certain seeds of eren greater dangers than those which now threaten us. We find onr objection to it so well and forcily Mat ed in an editorial in tlie Baltimore Ameri can t...

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. — 15 January 1861

toittt gaieniptifet - ? . liar goat Circulation of any Paper it Western Virginia. Tuesday Morning, Jan. 15.1861. flQfTtiii.RivFu.?There is still, a good tinge of water in the river, but as heretofore wo have nothing to note 01 Importance. 8?*Fall on thk Sidewalk.?Yesterdej a a old man, whose name we coald not .learn, fell upon the sidewalk with such orce ns to do himself severe injury. He was removed and eared for. ??^>Skxt Up.?On Saturday night two brothers, burned Mulhan. got in a row, aud broke a window or two in a lager beer saloon. They were arrested, by officers St. Mejers and ScrOggins, and fined by AH. Wright, but having no loose change about them they were sent to jail. ?? ? ? ^ . jj^^SLiPPERr.'?Yesterday morning there came a cold rain which was turned to Ice As it reached the ground, and' all the streets nod sidewalks were covercd with a slippery, -glassy coaling of congealed finid. * Walking vras, in consequence, ren dered exceedingly dangerous, and it was curlonstosee...

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. — 15 January 1861

ml? guteHirjenccr. | M. Taylor. W*>ere It my brother **ith whom in life I *tarted, I Dear companion of my childhood day*. Ye we dead. gone from iue, we ore j?arted. Flown, like morning due Rod evening clouds. Where art thou. In youth my companion end brother. *e?, !? aoa! my companion and brother rtill, Heaven tec*;** thee, ?nd on wrth none other, ? aa the void In my lone b^torn fill When: ia he wbose looks were lore and beauty, That love and beaut v. I no raorv can He ia goDt; and siccetbat hvur we parted, All untnre seems a grave to mr. John, thou art gone from u? here, to thy home above Where God doth iu majr?ty reign ? yrora the trouble* ann rarw, and ?orrowa and teara, From this world of aickuens and pain. Bat white my heart ia *t!!i with grief; My memory ?till will dwell? 0*i tlrtoN <nch as he poMe**ad, Which few can e'er e\cell. But one bright thought will yet cncaole. This aching heart of mine: That bin pure ?<ul too good for earth, lias wluged lu flight to heaven. ...

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. — 16 January 1861

VOLUME 9. WHEl^LING, WEIXNESD A Y MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1861. NTTATRFT? 19.M M..A1K0 AM. IXULISHKI) BY JT CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, INTELLIGENCER BUILDINGS, K. E. corner rf Quincy and Atain-SU. TERMS. Daily. H?y mail, payable in advance,)? 45,00 By the \V??k i..; ... 10 Trf-Weekljr, (per year,payable In advance.) 3,00 J&~ Advertising done on reasonable terms. All'advertisement* from a distance,or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. INS tr R ANCE? Insurance Co. of liartford. INCORPORATED XSX9. Capital & Surplus, $2,194,100.02. The INCOMB of this Company is D0UBLH thatgf any other Firs listurancc Corporation in the United Statin. Assets, January 19 1SOO. Cash in hand,* Depositosin Hsrti'dltnnk*,$234,448 48 Ca<h in transit, and inhsmLi or Ageuu,.n. It>j.2u7 78 U, S. Treas. Notes, and aceruttd interest,......75,900 00 Money dun the Otf, secured by Mortgage,?.....454 76 Dei. ? Ilnd .C'l Co, R'ds, 6 pr.ct. seml-an. int.,11,089 CO Bills Receivable,-amply sec...

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. — 16 January 1861

CAMPBELL & MDEEMOT. EDITORS XXD POOFKIBTOK8. TXSHS.?DjU3.T,deliTf>r?d lo citr, p?r VNk, 10 Mutt Dailt, bj mail, tn ?'Ivanoe,. 46,00 Tw-Wswar. bj m*U. ia?tlvanc*^~? 3.00 WttXlT.by mil. lotdnuK*. 1,00 W H EFlhTg": Wedneiday Morning, Jan. 16,1861 Within the last few days ^and yesterday) several communication* (purporting to be such) hare appeared in the Wheeling Union, speaking In the most insulting and malignant term* of tlifj paper and Its ed itor#?saying, among other things, that the InUUijemtr was sustained or assisted | by "Abolitfouista in the free States"?"by the contributions of Abolition Societies,'' j and other like envious and dirty flings. ] Vio only notice them at this time to pro- i nouncc the authors, each and all, a set of ! contemptible liar*. , - We regret at any time being drawn into the consideration of subjects Irrelevant to the topics of the day, but it seems as if ooce and awhile it was unavoidable for us ' to disabuse the public mind of the mean ! and mal...

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. — 16 January 1861

fjattg guteilujeiuM ftS. Largenfc Circulation of any Paper in . W<mtern. Virginia.-g? Wedneaday Morning, Jan. 16,-1861. hc?&mSecond Trial of CiJAS.. Baltzkll. ?It will be remembered that Chas, Balt zell was tried in tlio Circuit Court at. it* last term, charged with cutting, with intent to maim, one William Meyers. He was found guilty, wben bis counsel made a motion for u new trial, which his Honor Judge Thompson overruled. The matter was taken to the Court of Appeals, which granted the new trial. The case ceme up yesterday alternocn. Col. Wheat and G* L. Cranmer, Esq., (appeared for the pris oner and Major Good for the common wealth. There was a large attendance of witnesses aud the friends and acquaint auces of the prisoner. The evidence did not difl'er very materially from* that ad duced at the previous trial. Meyers testified that lie called to see one Caroline Schenck,ut a residence ouFourth street, whero that female resided as a domestic, for the purpose of taking a wal...

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. — 16 January 1861

gtttcUtflcncn, Fanny Fern having u?cd Qp all Ibe liva stock it now after the dead men with her caustic pea. She troubles Shakspeare a* follows:?*?I boldly declare,, at the point of thd bayonet, thatTcan't read Shaks-' peare. I bate all jour 'what ho there's/ and 'excellent wretches,* and 'go to's/ and ?pritbec'ir/ and 'good my lords/ and' nn ooixed bones' and things. -When anybody says to me in honest Saxon, Fanny, how d'ye do? 1 understand it; if they say, Fan ny, Hove joo, I understand it, and don't blame 'ein; but J don't want them to be forever turning-tip the whites of their eyes at the moon, and calling on Venus and the Dipper to witness how willingly they would shed their heart's hallud' for me. I don't wan't them to bo inakiug pin-cush ions of themselves to stick daggers in, every time I look at a strange hose and doublet. If a man was going to kill me, I suouldn't naturally expect he would, stand and hold conversation with the *ever burning 6unf or tho ^/armament' mortal ho...

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. — 17 January 1861

VOLUME 9. WHEELING.V A.. THTFR.SD A Yr MOTTNTTNrc .tavh a i>\- IT lO?1 1,'lll.NTt.l) AMI I'UBUSHKl) BY C AMPBELL & M'DERMOT, 1XTELL1GENCEH BUILDINGS, A'. E. corner of Quinej/ and Zlain-SU. j .T ER MS* Dally, (by mall, payable in a4rance,)._. $6,00 By the Wwk 10 | Tri-We?kly,(per year, payable In adr&nce,) .. 3,00 4?- AdrertMng dfjno on reasonable terms. j All advertisements GromadUtancet or fran transient! city customer!, must be paid hi advanoe. fJailS iguteUigcucn. ? SPEECH OF THE HON. WILLIAM H. SEWARD/ Delivered in the Senat'e of tite United St*tca. Saturday., Jan. 12,1861. Sir. Seward.-?Mr. President, Congress adjourned last summer amid auspices of national abuudance, contentment, tran quility, and bappinrs3. It \vu8 reassem bled this winterin the presence of derange ment of busiuess and disturbance of public ns well as ,private .credit, and in the face of seditious combinations to overthrow the Union. The alarm is appalling, for Union is not more the body than liber...

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. — 17 January 1861

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, editors a*d rsoraiieTORs. T ERilB.?Dailt, delivered in rjly, ?m)l 10 e??nt? D^irr. by maiMa ?draac*. $6,00 Tu-Wmtr. by JiuUl, iaadraac*^?... *.oo y>*nLT,bj mail,iaadYmacs*. .. 1,00 ~\V n E E L I X G ; Tharxiay Morning, Jan. 17,1881. To IdrtrtUtriT " We believe that the Daily InttlUgenztr Las now reached a circulation double any that a Wheeling paper ever had hitherto. W* publish this morning, 31 r. Seward's recent great speech in the Senate. Our columns have been so over-burthened with communications and matters of local interest, that up to this morning we have not had room for it. This county urill send two delegates to the Convention, Brooke one and llaucock county one. The basis of representation is as the next house of Delegates, and not as the present one. Concerning the election of delegates we can to>day say hot a single word, and that is, let no man be sent from any county in this Panhandle, who does not unequivocal ly and withont reservation ...

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. — 17 January 1861

gailg gtttelttpttm 69, Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Thursday Morning, Jan. 17,1861.. BfcayMtLiTATt Meeting Last Night.?A large meeting of those of military inclina tions wm held at the Oourt House last night. The German brass band was pres ent and enlivened the proceedings. The object of the meeting was to fill np and render complete the military companies of the*ity, and to revive generally the military spirit. Col. Wheat made a very patriotic speech, in which he endeavored to impress upon the minds of the people the duty and importance of accomplishing the object for which the meeting was called. lie referred to the distracted con dition of the countay, and expressed the opinion there waa great hope for the conn try in the action of the State of Virginia nnd the border Southern States. He was born under the shadow of Mt. Vernon and he hoped to live and die with the stars nnd stripes floating over the whole Union. He thought with the Convention of Virginia ...

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. — 17 January 1861

HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters! The prniirifl>:r? and luauiifiuturcr-t ??f I10STET- , TKIl'i* CKLKUUATfcD STOMACH flSIITKKS ran ' appeal with perfect confidence to physic!"tie and citi aena generally of tlie United State*, beiuute tbe j article Las attained a reputation heretofore uit- ; known. A few bets upon thU point will epeak more powarfblly than volume* off bare assertion or blazon ing puffery. The consumption of lIo*tetters Stom ach Bittars lor the Ia*t year amounted to over a half- ; minion Lottie*, and from in manifest steady incttsse 1 In timet part, it la evident ihn during iLt coining Car tlieconvuuiption will mik.1i c*?r ore million ttles. ThU immense amount could teetet iuv? been sold but for the rate ini-Uicituil properties con tained in the preparation, and tl.e sanction of the most prominent physician* in thi.se tvctiuin of tbe country where the article is l???l known, who not only recommend the Bilteiw to their patient*, l?ut arc ready at a 1 tiinttft to give testi...

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 January 1861

WHEELING,V A., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY IS. 1861 VOLUME 9. XTTM'TrE,"D lO, I'UJNTJn) AND I'CMISHBD. BY ? ; CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, IXTEILIGRKCKR BUILDINGS, A". i.oor?tr nj and Maiw-St. T BSMSl JiUIj, ,hj mall, payable In adnu>ce,X 46,00 By the Week _ _10 !*'?-Weekly.(per year,payable In advance,) 8,00 ?J* A'lvrrtltinc dune on reaaonable term*. All adiertl4ementsfromatUetai)ctt,orfrointransient :lty etutomen, mmt be paid in adranca. M i INSURANCE ^3ET 3NT.A. Insurance Co. of Hartford. ?INCORPORATED 1S19. Capital & Surplus?, S2,194,100.02. The INCOVfe of till. Curapany l. DOUBLE that of any other Fir?j Insurance Corporation In the United StntJi. Assets, January 1, 1600. Cash in liaud, t Deposit**in lljrttM li-nlu^234,-U8 48 Cash in transit, ?nd In Imnds or Agents,,,..100,2^7 78 U. S.Treas. Notes,* a ml accrued interest',..'....To,900 00 U. 8. Stock*, 6 per ct. semi-annual interest,...166,750 00 Ileal Estate unin:uuibjered??.........*76j99G 00 Monoy- da? the CoV?ocn'r??l by Mort...

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 January 1861

fgaug ? ViUWtytuttx CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, KDITORS A TO Fft9r*fXTOEII. T*E51S^-Diu.t, 4.UTi?d in Htj, per weak, 10 eenta Daxit, by mail, in adT*nc?v~? -iS,00 T**-WxrxiT. by mail. In adranc?, 3,00 Wnur.by mall, In advance? 1,00 w"HEELlKO: Friday Morning, Jan. 18,186X. Am might naturally be expected, the ex citement about National affairs has, to a great extent, swallowed np all local mat ten, of ordinary interest. It is not strange, therefore, that we hear very little said about our near at hand Charter Election, and the probabilities of this one. that one, and the other one's success as a can* didate. The people have their eyes turned now to a much more Important election, and while their anxiety about the ap proaching State Convention is natural, laudable, and every way right, yet they should not suffer themselves to become wholly oblivious of the ticl that we are in a few days to have a city election, ani that, as a stepping stone to better things, it is of great importance that...

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 January 1861

giailw gutdligettcct Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. griday Morning, Jan. 18,1861. j^yrFoR the benefit of all candidates for office, permit us to stule, for the. huq dredth time, that our terms are cash iu ad vance. US- At Wayman's.?Peterson's, Godey's Harper's, the Tribune Alatnanac, and all the'Magazines, and popular periodicals and and newspapers are to be found at Way mau's Literary Depot, coruer of Market and Quincy streets. JJQ5F*Tiik smaller devil in our office last night made bold to ask us this: Why is the Wheeling Union like the N. Y. Ledytr'f - because, said he, "it is rapidly becoming a family paper." Jg^PuorosKD Convention is Wheeling ?-By refereuce to the proceedings of the Missouri Legislature, in the telegraph col umn, it will be seen that it is proposed to hold a Convention iu this city for the set tlement of the great question which di vides the country. ? JB^TTuie Rive a.??Yesterday morning the river was fonnd to have increased its waters at ...

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 January 1861

aUj> gMclUgnuct. "OCR FLAG WHES WE PART." Oh wbUwill bMome of tliat fl*ar when w?> part? Shall it dmop o*?r th? tomb of ocr national fama? Shall it utreain o'ertha wrack, toobllrion and sbamW Whei that banner of glory forecar U far led. Shall nch jcwn be react and translated ufar? Shall tba bright constellation tbat lighted a world Be replaced by a distant and desolate star Bather heap Its prond trophies, and over them cast This all of onr honor?tLU shroud of onrehame; Fir? the pile! fling the AkliM abroad on tha Lln?t. It was burn amid storm?let it prtich lu flume. Parson Brovrnloiv'a Prayer. fFrom the Kncxviile. Tenn., JVIJxt Parson Brown luw'a paper} * ? FR*YJ?R DUUINO THIS Wl.V'TJtfl. Seeing that the Episcopal Bishops of the Carolinians, have composed prayers to be used by their Clergy, during the session of their LegtelHtnres, we hnve deemed it proper, sustaining the relation to the Methodist Church wo do. in East Ten nessee, to compose the following prayer, and order tha...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 19 January 1861

WHEELINQ.V A., SATURDAY yORNING, JANUARY 19, 1S61 VOLUME 9 NUMBER 1-26 1'lU.VrKb AND PlTHMsnyn tiv CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, INVBUIOEXCER BIIILOIKUt, ? X.Ji.mrmtr qf Quincy and ilain-SU. TERMS: Daily. (by mall, payable In ?dnmce,>._.. ...49,00 By thu 10 Trl-Weekly, (per year,payable in advance,) 3,00 W* Advertising dune on reasonable terms. AU advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers/inust be paid in advance. INSUR AN C E . Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED XSIO. Capital & SarpJns, $2,191,100.02. The INCOME of this Company Is DOUBLE that of any other Fire Insurance Corporation in the United States. A.?aeti? Jannsry lf 1800* Cash in lutud, it Dcpo?ite<< iu llnrtt'd B?uk(,$231,448 48 Caili in transit, ad J in band* or Agent*,....160,297 78 U. S.Troas. Notes, and accrued interest, 75-000 00 U. S. Stocks, 6 per ct. semi-annual interest,...lLfi,750 00 HohI Estate unincumbered,'................. 73,090 00 Money 'lots the Co.. secured by Mortgage, ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 19 January 1861

?*M jgttttllijjjenctK CAM j BELL 4 B'DEBHOT, si Tons A5D raoraiKToas. TB&MB.?-Daxl/ <ialiver*d in city, pur ???t lU cfoti I>An.T, mail, id sdraoc#? ......*6.00 Tai-inu. ? t. bj audi, in ?dT*uc*. a.00 Vinu, l> win, lablranf*, ....... 1,00 ^ AV H T N"(3 : Saturday Morning,\*an-19,1801. Another C?ndlo\p. In addition to Messr?. Sv^^iey and 1 Cranmer, Mr. Geo. Forbes ia annuc\red in j thia mornings paper as a candidal for ?be Convention. In Hancock county, it ia said, George ! Porter, the prevent trustworthy delegate * at Richmond, will be the Union candidate; J and in Brooke, Campbell Tarr, Jr., Capt. j Crotbera, and J. G. Jacob, are spoken of. ] All good and true Union men, we believe, j Meeting In Hancock County. The citizens of Hancock county,44 friend ly to the Union under all circumstances,*' are called to meet at the Court House in said county, on Saturday next, the 26th inst., to nominate u candidntc for the State Convention. We are iuformcd that a meeting to be held...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 19 January 1861

giulu Utttettigmct *3- Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Saturda^Morning, Jan. 19,1861. Uulou Meeting Intbc ?th Ward. There will b? a aMetlng.of tbc Union citizens of Centre Wtoling. at the American llall. below the J5.TT "01_aw' ??thi* (Saturday) eveniug the | 19th (net., to take into consideration matter* pertain- ! lng to the propoeed State Convention. All true lovcra of the Tjuion*are invited. u* m* e B?*Tub report of tbc City Clerk of the | receipts and expenditures of the city for the year 18G0 is published elsewhere. To j those concerned in the prosperity of the town, it will be found an interesting doc- I uruent. B6TFatal Accedext.'?A small boy, about six rears ot age, named Michael Munkern, who lived in an alley in the rear of Cecil's Foundry, was killed yesterday evening. He and several other boys were playing around some trucks which were being rolled on the B & O. R.. It., nnd while so playing he fell and one of which striking him on the head, inf...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 19 January 1861

SPARE THAT PL AG. Mailmen. ?pare that flag. Touch not a single ?tar; from nk to rnouulain crag Its stripes hav? gleamed afar, T??onr forefathers' hand That gar* it a* <mr UA, There, madman. Ut It stand. Your rage shall harm it not! That flag of Liberty, Who* glory *nJ rrwwu Arc unread o'rr land and eea; And would ye strike it down? jUAdawu,io*|icn(l your will. Cut not itn heaven-born tie*; Our Country** ensign still. Streaked with celestial dyes. On Ocean's wave and heath, In battle and In blast, Our Cithers cheered beneath, Or nailed ft to the mast; A tear for tho?e who fell, For those who lived, renpwn. It caught their last farewell ? Oh! do not haw It down. Our heart-fttrings round thee ding, And mam'rie* o'er thee crowd; On field and deck thy wing Una been a freenitn'* ehroud! Old flag, the utonu atlll bn?*? And Traitors, leave the spot; Whi e we've an arm to save. Your rage shall harm it not. [Vrom th? Bt Jowplt (Ma.) Democnit.] tiod Save the King* What King? Why the King of...

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