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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1861

\\' HEELING,V A., MONDAY 21 ism VOLUME-9. XTTTA.TTJ ~C T> 1.T-T a..u iiy JAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, " i \T,ELLIGEXCBR BUILDINGS, V '-run" of Quincy and Alain^SU. r 1C H M 8 x . j>a\able in advanc*)..^... ....I..45.00 ?ie rt'i-ok ............ ........ . jo ri-W-Vkly. (per yt-ar. payable In advance.) 8,00 f \ lvcrt':?ing tlonn on reasonable term*. 1II ad vert isements frora a distance, or from transient Ity customers, must be paid in advance. In surance" ^BTjST^ Insurance Co. of Hartford. INOOBPORATEt)1819. Capital & Sarplos, 82,194,100.02. The INCOMB of tbls Company U DOUBLE that of aoy other Firs Insurance C.<rpuratiun lu the United State*. .?; Assets, January 1, 1 SCO. Cash In baud, i Depositu* in UarttMBuufc*,$ Gash in transit, and in bsnds of Agents 160 JOT T? U. S. Tress. Notes, and accrued Interest, 7?000 00 U.S. Stocks, 5 per ct.seuii-aonuai interest,...If Ileal Estate unln uimbered....... Money due the Co., seen red by Mortgsge,',! Pel. 6 lind C'l Co. B*ds, 0 pr.ct...

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 January 1861

gattii gntclli0eucjev CAMPBELL&M'DEEMOX, ftDlTOBH A.\Il PkOrfeiiCIOBfi. TEUMP.?Daily, delivered indty, per vetk, 10 <*nt? Dajit, by mil, in md^mnci- 45.0<l Tu-Wjolt. by mall, la ? S,oo *zxmxt,by mail, in a<ltux*.. l.oi? WHE K L Fx Ci : Monday Morning, Jan. 21,1861. Etxo the article, from the X. Y. World on the fourth page. Wl see by the Kanawha Republican that Judge Summers is nominated for the Con vention. There is no doubt of bis over whelming election, either. D ft. T. H. Log a 5 is announced to-day as a candidate for tbe State Convention, and as "a sound Union man," too. Such a man we believe Dr. Logan to be in every breath and pulsation. # * ? * l???p Thli In ^tnd. Vote firtt fur a man on account of hi* soundness on tbe Union: vote next for him for bis intellectual qualifications? but in every instance sacriGcc the latter where there i*-dodbt about the former. Let no traitor work himself into an elec tion on bis "shape or talent.*' W? publish tliit morning the majo...

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 January 1861

flattg Hutelliijenm li&rgeat Circulation of any Paper xn Western Virginia.~?* Monday Morning. Jan. 21.1861~ B^tTakis Notice.?All persons ialer ested will please bear in mind tti <t i o q icstio.xs to or answers from <-nndidat> s ar inserted othsr than as cu:ds in our paper. _ Fifth Ward Union Blectlug. The citizens of the 5th Ward held a Union meeting on Saturday evening, in the Americnu Hull, for the purpose ofj adopting resolutions expressive of the sen- i timents required to be lirld by any one i offering himself for their support as a can- j dicate for the Convention to assemble in Richmoud ucxtiuontlr. Oh motion, Mr. Henry Ei-hols wns ap pointed to the Chair. A Committee of aeven was then appointed to draft resolu tions for the consideration of the meeting. As the committee retired, loud calls wert? made for a speech Iron the Chairman,' to which bo replied by stating tlint he had not come there for the purpose of making a speech; wasn't prepared to do so; but lie w...

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 January 1861

$aUg gnteUujcncc*.! THE POS1TIOX OF THE SOUTH. A *?w Candid w^rti Addrcued In ? ? pint or Urollnrljr Kludutu to tbe bouthcru People. [From the N\ Y, IVorW. Iadefw?nU?nt pap^r.j Some of the moderate ami loyal journals of the Sonth are Aggrieved because of the backwardness of tlie North in moving toward conciliation. They arc surprised nt what they call our apathy in the face of fearful danger. Themselves ?ir:iit)inj{tvery nerve to avert violent m.*Asures, and lidd ing out the prospect of northern conces sion ?. they ret wonder that the body of the northern people are manifesting ?o"little of the spirit of concession. Well, this matter cannot be too soon understood. The northern people nre not ' insensible to the country's troubles. They lament them The*e troubles have ''rome hotoe" very closely 4-to their business and bosoms." Gladly would they be quit of them. They have no resentments to irrati- i fv. They de-ire none bus friendly relations with every southern Stale. They are ! will...

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 January 1861

? . " ? -r, 7 '.r. ?. m TSTTT\rRT7T? 10.Q , JANUARY 22? 1861. I n.l? A.M'MT.LJ.-nEi) BT SK rlPBELli & M'DERMOT, 1 \TKLLiGENCEU BUlLpiKGS, V K rom'r -j~ Quincy and Jlain-SU. V IS UMS: . Kiily.ihv nuiil. payable In advane :,?? tin- W. ?k y "lQ i-i.U><.<<lr,.'p^r yt-nr.payaldeln admnec.) 3,00 .y \ lr.?rt line d-.ne on re<tM>i?Me terms. til vl*vrti^.?,?MOMrroio?di?tat?ce.orfromtr?iwieut ?ty i-i*t <? ????. mti*l 1m? paid in advance. INSURANCE. ^KgpSTA. Insurance Co. of Hartford. INOO UPOBATED lSlO. Capital & Sitrpjns 83,104,100.02. The fx<! HlJ-ff tlils <\ini}?nnv is DOUBLE that of any oth-.-r Kr? l iiHtir<Mr?C.iri?-jrmUuu in the United State*. V Jann?ry l, 1?G0. : ? , n iitrtl*UMousedJ34,418 4!> ? I 4 . . i'l-ift, H i iu liXH'Irtof Agent#,.... 100.2*7 7S U. ?>. i'rct4. v.te-. .iti l iccrueJ i"at*rb?r...'..'.753W0 og U a. -Mocifc* j i>-jrct. *emt-annttal interval,... 150.750 UU it J it i vCtfUaut ;:tut*erod.. ,76,WHJ 00 ;l '?? V i n ??????.....

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 January 1861

aug gumitgeum CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, ?D1TOK8 AKD PfcOPRIKTORB. TKRMS^-Diur^cUT^rtdijidtjr, ptr week, 10 c?nt? Daut. by mail, la *4rmnc<v ....$6,00 Tu-Wuut. toj mail. In Mlvanca S,<^ Wimr.ly mall. iaa4\tac*^- 1,1 w TCE iTi, r y g! Tueiday Morning, Jail. 22,1861. 3,00 ' ,00 We now bare three elections coming on, the city election, the Convention election and the State and Congressional election. The first romea next Monday. the second next Monday week, and the third next May. It is prettv certain that In the course of events wo shall have the 6n?t two, hut it is not at all certalu that we shall ever have the last. If the secession traitor? succeed in accomplishing their treason, we shall be spared any further trouble or anxiety aoout Oongresstscu Jo.the Federal Capital, unless we can succeed, as we hope and praj we may, in drawing the line of divi sion at the Blue Ridge. Tljis is our der tudr resort, our hope of safety and pros perity, when all else shall fail us. Within the l...

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 January 1861

jifntclHgeucc* gn. Xaargost Circulation of any Paper m \Vestern VIrgi aia. **?? Tuesday Morning. Jan. 22.1861. Ifcjy-TAKK Notice.?All peMons iiife'r tsu-J will please l>car in mind thnt no questions to or answers Frota candidates tire inserted oilier than as curds in our paper. flQrPEinos'AL.?Thus. II. Ford, former ly Lieutenant Governor of Ohio, and re cently elected Printer for the Federal House of Representatives, was stopping at the M'Lure House yesterday ou his way from Washington to Ohio. CarWos'T Issuhk.?One of the oldest and most reliable insurance companies iu New York has notified iU Westeru Agents ' to take no risks ou steamboat cargoes lower than Memphis, owing to the difiicul- j ties at Vicksburg, on the Mississippi river..! Accordingly an agent iu Welisbuig, yes-, terday ret used to take a risk ou a cargo | of hay to New Orleans. jbSST-Masia a Potu.?A man by the name of McXulty, a stranger was found wutideriug about through the yard of a residence oil Market street ...

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 January 1861

nUn gniclUflcnccr. ARTEMCS WARD OX HIS TJlAV ELD. 0*TO THE WlSO. D*C. 18C0. Oenft of iht Editorial Corp*? of Vahtity Fair: Since X last rlt you l'fe met with iin zsense success a sbowin my show in varis places, particly at Detroit. I put up at Mr. Russel's tavern, ri very good tavern too, but I am sorry to inform you th-it the clerks tried to cum a Gouge Game on me. I brandished mv new sixteen dollar huntin cased watch round cotisiderble, & us I was dresst in my store clothes & had :i lot of sweet-scented wagon-grease on my hair. I am tree to confess that I thought I lookt putty gay. It never once struck me that I lookt green. But sip step3 a clerk k axes me hadn't I Wetter put my watch in the Safe. "Sir," *ez I." 11 that watch cost sixteen dollars 1 Yes Sir, every dollar of it! Kott can't cum it over me, my boy! Not at all, Sir." I knowd what the clerk wanted. Ho wanted that watch himself. He wanted to make us believo a# thojie loekt it up in the anfo, then ho would set the...

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 January 1861

Tun WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 22 ism VOLUME 9 * . . : 7 ~ yr ts?, * ? ? I'KXNTKD AND PDBLI8KED BT CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, 1XTKLLKJKXCER BUILDINGS, .V. K. citrnrr nf Quincjf and Alain-SU. TK RMS: ? ?!ly, ?'??>? ninil. payable in advance,).... 46,00 tv (ht> W(*k jo *ri-Weekly. (peryear,payable In advance,) 3,00 ?>?- Advertising done on reasonable terms. A jl .i.lvcTti-sctnentu from a distance, or from transient t>" customers, must be paid in advance. I N S URANCE. ^ETItSTA. Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED lSlO. Capital & Surplus, $2,104,100.02. The IN'OMS of thin Company Is DOUDLR that of any other Fire Insurance Corporation in the United Status. A?et?, January 1, I860. o'uhin hand; .V in ilarti'd Danks?231,448 48 Jioli i-? tr.m?it, ani iu hands of Agents,....100,297 78 U. 6. Tfc*i. Note*. nnd accrued interest, 76,900 00 U. S. Stock j. 6 perct. somi-annual interest,...156,750 00 Ileal t-Nntcuuin Mimberod 75,WW CO M >u??y dim the Co., secured by M...

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 January 1861

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, BD1TORB ASD raOTRIXTORS. titBMh.-Uiiu,dtllfand iodlj-, \>mr wr?k, 10 muIi 1>iot, bj mail, in advance* J6,00 Tu-Wnuy. by mail, to tdnnrir- 3.00 WtcxLT,by owfl,iD?1vanc?^ l,oo w his B L in 67" Wedaatday Morning, Jan. 23,1861 It certainly it not io the interest of a newspaper to disfavor the multiplicity of candidates, when they nre aonounced at to much per bead. And we therefore may be supposed to apeak, par excellence, dis intereite.ilj, when we aay that we very much regret te see the Union strength of the Connty pot in jeopardy by the ap pearance of so many tmndidatea in the field. They cannot all be elected; Ihnt they kuow eren better than we can tell them. The danger is, that the .way they stand, none of them will be elected?but that Instead, the secessionists will run in a can didato by a plurality. There is an evident disposition among the Union mon on the streets to single ont some two, and unite on them and go to work for them. A a it is now, all...

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 January 1861

gntlw IfttteHtgwm Largest Circulation or any Paper in Western Virginia, ""?a Wednesday Morning, Jan. 23,1861. Dri-TiiK Fugitive Slave Luct.?Wm. S. Goshorn, the owner of the fugitive slave girl, Lucy, recently arrested at Cleveland, Ohio, returned from that city yesterday morning, with a view we believe, of procuring evidence to refute a statement made by the girl that she had been taken into Ohio by a daughter ot the claimant, with the knowledge and consent of her mister. From the Cleveland papers we glean some particulars of the itrreu of the girl from which it appears that she went to Cleveland about three months ago, shortly j after leaving here. A great effort was ! made to ascertain her whrreabotffe, but in j vain. Recently, it is said, information w.is given to her maater by n negro wo man in Cleveland,, and she was accordingly arrested ou Saturday morning last, by ihe U. S Marshal', at the house of a Mr. Ben ton, and committed to jail. Judge Tilden . afterwards issued a writ ...

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. — 23 January 1861

gaun gmelligcum. PATHOUIIAPH1C DISPATCHES. [>*rom the Uwi of Life* J Office of the Mouth?nl one end of the line. Office of the Stomach?at the other end of it. DISPATCH. Inquiry?Mouth to the Stomach. "Are you ready for breakfast?" Stomach?"Yes; what nre von going to ?end?" Mouth???You will see. Prepare!" The table-bell rings, liody hurries, drops into n chair, Mouth opeus. and down goes as quickly as possible, a cup of Coffee, at a temperature of 145 degree* Fahrenheit. It burns the whole (esophageal track as it passes it, and when it gets into the Mum i ach, burns it, and the Stomach contracts, and shrivel*, and cringes, and finally screeches, and the Month says, "Hallo! what is the matter?" Stomach?"Matter! Enough, 1 should iKink. Do you not know that I cannot endure slush at 140 to 150 degrees of heat?" Mouth?"Oh, never mind! Here comes' some beef steak, with hot fried pot-itoes, hot rolls and poor butter, some salad with vinegar, some buckwheat c^kes and mo " lasses. These wil...

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. — 24 January 1861

twrio ASH ncuuut) II CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, UTKLUUKXCIig BLILDISCt, .V F. cnrnur ?/ fmwy W Mai*-2U T* ICUMHi *>*1*7 ??/ **L|?Ji?U?I?*4tjmk*1~ .-** ? My ffc* Wf*k JUii.. ? 10 JtV ir.Alf ... 1,00 *#? 4 ifffttatlJjf >i/?M ?? rMa?twU? iMW. Atf vtr. t tl???u ftim a 4UUt**, <* tnm IfiwlMt ti tf atatomn* ?HM W prtf In ?!*???. INSURANCE. AITUA. Insuruacc Co. of Hartford. J NO OH fO RATED 181o. Capital t Surplus Si,IKJ,10().0i ih-> J1C /VIK nt ills Cvni^iay la JiOUBLK lUtof ??/ ?tarr JTtr? l&??n *' i ri">r*liyu in tToJlfl AiidUi Jmnnmry 1, 1*00. '+??i<itiAH*<tl?n4 lit IgcuUi ...l?f.iT>7 79 4/? #. fr*M. V??<-?. Mi4 4ttri??4 i?tar?vt. 7i.5W? M iUal ?<4i? imj Vunry 4u? !????'<?.. ?* >ir*l by Mfift* 7fr D*i. t IIh-J C"| Co. JiMvpr-ct whl, fot ,ll/*i?uu Hf|U KwlriMe. ?fr-iirvlv .,.; .7.1)10 (0 Otlur <ew if.m. 17/MOT Jfcru<?f< il.M-mbu Ut ?UMV2& w7 ii* ifjmr't, 1st., *<?uu*IJ/,..H,jva/<.,iio 1)7 jtii?rni l 00 fc) ?' CotiUMtieat Jtlr?r 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. — 24 January 1861

gailn |Btcllijjf ncf r CAKPBELL 4k K'DEEMOT, IDtTnis i*r> rtortfitoM. tJtAMl^-DAUvl44il?av?d In ?M/. p?r w*k. 10 0411V, t/ wi. it *4mct... UjUO TU*WlMtV. ?7 (Mil. t*S4TMM? 3,(4 Wtuu.tf 1 WIf KKlTi NO;' TharxUy Morning, Jan. 24,1841. Ttfat theft should exist a diversity of sentiment about Ilia Union ?rno?tf n peo ple situafd as we brre in Wheeling really serine incredible. It imbh really U? be fighting ?fr) of ?tra?r, this tbing of fighting supposititious disuoioniitt in onr midst. If seems ridiculous in one view of it, and sbtmeful, suicidal end titrating in (be other. Why should tbern be a disuo ionUtlnotf/ midst! Can en/one tell? Ie It becaueeSouth Carolina hat precipitated * disunion movement upon the ftouthern State*? Won Id any of us have been eeces aionlsta.or even qualified Union men, If Booth Caroline bad keptber piece en Jnever ?aid a word or raited a band against tbe Government? Doee *ny man aa/ that, bat for her, an/ of u? wouM here been other than we hart ever been, a...

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 January 1861

" ~? "--J - ' rr,- - r~ 1 ^ i-~\ V v k tS,, XiATgcst Circulation of any ^apenn' Weatern Virginia.. Thursday Morning, Jan. 24,1861. ^tepTo he IUtuunbd.?It Will bo seon by the telegraph that the slave girl, Lucy, claimed bv Mr. Goshorn, will be returned to this city to-day. Bcyino Meat to Sell Aoai.v ?Pe ter Zeigler was Arrested and fined yester day upon the charge of buyiug meat in tlie mmket and selling It again?forestall ing the market. Cohi?axy.?Quite a large com ply 1ms beeu formed in this city, for the purpose of prospecting and boring for oil along the Northwestern Virginia Railroad, near Petroleum, aud in Washington conn ty, Ohio. ' ' Centual Onto Uailboad.?The fol lowing is the report oi the receiver of the Central Ohio Railroad for' November: Karaiugs from passengers Si7,955 68; from freights $*-J2,825,70; trom express $3,087 23; Iroiu mails ?2,290 60; total earnings $56, 101 21. ? j^JTAssault Upon a Boy.?Night be lore last, a countryman by the name of Deuuiuger, in passing ...

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 January 1861

gattg gfateltfgencc*. j Thb Natchez Courier of the 11th inst, i thus speaks of the reception in that city of the news of the secession of Mississippi from the Union j 11 The secession ordinance was received yesterday with almost unanimous disap proval and condemnation 'Hasty,' ?ill judged, 'wrang/ were the terms generally applied to it. Our citizens, generally, felt that the couveutiou hud sacrified every thing and obtained nothing. The Free Trader yesterday announced that in honor of the event be!!s would be rang, cannon fired, aud an illumination would occur, with fireworks. To the credit of die city, we mention that none of these things took place. No bells Were rung, no cannon were fired, no fireworks were set off, and no bouses were illuminated. Sadness and gloom, instead of rejoice ing, marked both day and night." MORE ABOUT I?OI?A MOXTEZ. Her LmI Momeatk-The Niime ou Her Colliii?Her Parentage?Her Freak* ou Board the Cars. 'The last moments of Lola Montez offered a singular co...

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 January 1861

i VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY M0RNTNH JAXttauv or. 10*, rMXTKB AND ITllLISfiKD Br CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT htki.i.ioexckh nuildijtos ' .V. K.cvrwr of Quint) ami MaxnH,. t ic n m; s? O.nj. !?< mall. payable In adranra,). I,, the ??k rri-W?*ly.(lwye?r,|i?jn?M?lofclTmiK^j""~~ | *J-A l>rrtiwng .!..?<? on reaaonable terras AH?lr?rti?ment.l>omadltUnc4,orfrai|ltllMl j dlj cuitomera, nut be paid in adnurce. INSPBANCE I Insurance Co. of Hartford IXOOIIPORATED Xaxo. Capital & Surpjus, *2,194,100.02. Tho INCOME ?f tliii Company it DOUIir P >1 . . Aaaeta, J* 11 nary- l, i860. C*?hinhW.*i>epo*lUuinllar|,Mt|;mk,4.?1 j? .. Ca?h in transit, auJ in bands of Awwnt^^TT^.'iiA? U. S. Treat. Notes, ? U.S.SW Real?Nl Kill- Receivable. amply JvureJ 00 Other MUcell iu?>itu Item*. * ' ^-*2^ 58 ??? iT,ad-,\3h ? * ? s? 1J, .Un lit,, 4 turret.int.. annuall* iiWrS^ZX S >? share- Railroad Stock. amllJ????#108,000 00 ? ? ssskhsz'# - -=358 .?w " ; r. ??^Su S aw ?? st. uai. 5S; " : ^ &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. — 25 January 1861

ailg Intelligence* C AKPBELL VlFDBKMOtT ? D1TOBH AKU r*nratITOUa. TBm?U."?Du?,Mi<ar*dlndtjr.|?r ??k, m cmi?s Dau.t, by mall. In ?drwK^. ??W5 Tu-Wxult. by null. Id advaac*? -.<"0 Wiuir.b; mall, 1? advance- T.OU WHEEMN'g : Friday Morning. JanJW^SBl^ All that the Union men of this city have t-> do to bent the i?f?iion traitors by the moft overshadowing And uverwht-lm iug majority, is to rommenre the work of concentration. Da. Lor.AX't card, yesterday, folly justi fied the expectation! of the Union men of ill parties concerning biro. He takes liis ?Und boldly, manfully and nnSinchingly, against secession in every shape, and un der every guise or pretext, and h* goes "nnhesitstiogly" for the white basis, and the ad ralortm tax on slarw. 1st several of tlie wards no nominations hare been made for Cooncil yet. But to day and to-morrow remain for making out tickets. II the Union men are not careful they will find, ou next Monday morning, that the secessionists have sprung a trap on...

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 January 1861

gf - Eriday Morning. Jan. 261*1881. " POtt ALDBUMA?. unuounce HAM 'I. Jviunv * jUSaJul Ald'r,"M lu w-m ' " MANY VOTERS. UNION MEETINfisT" a, ,?* A trial Inii c^?"? BSaTW!: villi intention to the advertise ment of the h,ili to be given this evening at Union llnll. ? SSTThk -SoFr Spkll" Co.vtixced. Everything yesterday ???, lugubrous ? Hard times when the sky is blue and the sua shines are bad enough. When the skies leak at every pore, when the streets are ankle deep iu slush, and when scarce a ltnng being is to be seen in the streets bard times are especially funemi. From morning till night yesterday rain and sleet fell in disagreeable alternation, and a smile upon a man's race vvn^somellyag lhat du ring our entire peregrinatons failed to uieet tlie vision. B6TA liBMiittTnLs iAmam.?We hare nil, doubtless, dreauied qf thiogs and clr cumstanrrs the most Improbable-things no human being, in his wakeful senses would have thought of, or heard of, but we heard a dream related yesterday, 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. — 25 January 1861

gmlp jfttteUtflencer. From the Louisville Journal rrrtlved }cstc?l#j*, we clip the following par agraphs: We are by no means su c thai South Caroliny isn't at heart exceedingly anxious to be coerced into the Union. "Perhaps, reader, you have heuid of the boy who cried desperately because his mother didn't whip him and make him rat his dinner. Alabama has declnred for secession, but that portion of the Slate called North Alabama make* the moat vehement oppo sition to it. Is Xortb Alabama to be co erced? Isn't sece-siou revolution, and doesn't the right of revolution belong.as much to the people of a (section of a State as it does to the people of a whole State? We asked^ South Carolina to stand by us in the Union, and nhe wouldn't. She expects os to sUnd by her out of the Union; and we shall not. Mississippi baying seceded, we advise her to adupt the pelican fl*g, for ornithol ogists describe that bird as having: a large, wide, and very much depressed bill. We hope our good friend Mi...

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