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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 26 January 1861

I'ULVrtU ANDI I'lpySlIJiD VJ, j CAMPBELL & isaPDERMOT, IXTIX]>IQK^CER BUIbOlSUS, .V. E~comrr of Quiticy and itain-SU. ITJ'l/'j i ll (t i 'I/.Hit ) TTSIIMS! 0?lty. Our m*il, pay?l?l? ill I 4V*> Bt the "full.. ?~ -- Trl-Wcfcly, (per year,payable ia advance,)?.... 3,00 93r AdriTtMng done on reasonable terma. All advertleen*nts from adMance* or from transient city customers, must be paid in advanoe. INSURANCE. ifnd 7T2ip!plE Insurance Co. of Hartford. IXCORPORATEU 18X0. Capital & Surplus fl,194,100.02. Thn INCOME of tltis Comimny is DOUBLE that or auy other Fire Insur.iuce Corporation iu the United State*. Assets, January 1, 18GO. Cwh in liaud, ? Depositesln Hsrtt'd Uitiks,*.?M48 4ft Cash lu transit, and inlands or Agent*,... .160,297 78 If. S. Treas. Note*, and accrued interest, 7o,900 00 Money doe the 06., Secured bf,Mortg?ge?....;.A64 76 pel. ? Ilud O'l Co. B'ds, 6pr.ct. seml-an. int.,11,089 00 Bill* Kt*?iivn!?Ie.a:ni?l V sectired,...;.....'...v..,..i7t04056 Other Mbcel...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 26 January 1861

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, *MTOM AND PlOPHIETOKg. r BltMS-DuyVd^T^l H7y7p^;Zl,," Dajly, bj mall, in advaac*? $6,00 *jr ra4U? lo ad?anc?,. 3,00 __^^^_^WstKiT,bj mall, lhadTanca^ 1,00 \v; he'elTn'oT^^ Saturday Morning. Jan- 28,1861. ei Sw procefdingj of Hancock county 1'uion meeting on our 4th page. ^ Rast> the magnificent speech ?,r Hon. Emerson Etlieridge, uu our first page. Such men is him, these times, are "like apples of gold set in pictures of silver." ?Soml of the Secessionists, we are in formed, were busy in the streets yesterday reporting it about that Prof. Ross was n "Black Republican," tbat h? voted for Lincoln, Ac., and by these reports trying to repress the popular enrrent in bis favor as a candidate for the Convention. We need only say tbat there i. not a word of truth in these assertions. Prof. ltoss voted for Bell and Everett. He baa always been a Whig, has always been noted "for bis high, conservative anil pa triotic principles. The trick or trying to throw odium 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. — 26 January 1861

gailw IJuteUigmn *9- Largest Circulation of any PaperYn * Western Virginia.-?* _S_itnrday Morning, Jan. 26,T88lT for alderman. : KM. Ixtw 1'leaM Announce SAil'T. JEPSOV ?> ? candidate far AIdcriusn In tlio 5th Word ' >1A.\V V0TKR3. SSf Tne PmiiABr Meetixrh Last Night Bio Time i* tu? Fiittu Ward The Delegate* Appointed.?A large assem blage of Union men loot place .it the Am erican Hall i? the Fifth Wllrd_ for tllc pur pose of appointing delegates lo tllc Uuion Convention, and to hear Prof. Ross speak. On motion or John Hubbard, John W. Gill was appointed Cbaiinitti, and J. II McMecben secretary. The followinp del egates were then appointed to the Con vention, John Hubbard, John Holliday, L D. Wait, Henry Echols, O. W. Norton 'and Joseph Salsburv. The following gentle men were appointed at Alternates, James Baggs, Lojrdd Hughes, Henry Sharp, John Gundy, J. H. McM^oheu, iuU Jjhn llan dJ Mr. C. D. Hubbard then introduced Prof. I Ross, of West Liberty, who proceeded to address the ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 26 January 1861

CKIOJK SEET1M is HAXCOCK cocmtv. JaDuiri1."? ??" hold 0.. U.e evening of 3rrt .V/s.lV j7 ??????? of the 2nd. coanir vl j, .^"rlct" "f H?n?<k or poifticM o!?i" r tl,c pre,ent R TRht ??Min8 ??"? organised by calling Ch.i, ""?"""J' E'1 ? to ,h- Chair. Th? S f ?PP?'nted Thomas Elder. J?me, an" Wm H S,eW!'rt- Satn'I Uibbitt. resolutions. *' " '? 1?" 'be following resolutions, which were adopted: V.'0. I'rc?-?l Warming and de Sta telmJTv .! V 0f ""r C??<?'?enl f Federal?under which we be lim we have onjoyed >11 the bet,elite of ?rTnl lPrtr.'l,j,"t fr" government pi?p|e ?rth. '?"> wh?L ?*n?ltng to dissolution; ??d, whereas, we believe this Mate of political frensy and madness ha* been produced by of^asnir/n U* "''J1'*""" n>l?repre?entHtioni MtrdM 1S5 r Corr"rt po i'i"! <lema u? nM .?rr J, ,,r<fsses cpmi'Oied in part r'/' .r"""' Parties?we. a portion of the eili,en, of till. State, in pnblic meet ing assembled, deem it not only our duty u? nowto J? d"gr" obli??torr "Pon...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 28 January 1861

gTtt'MggTTfflTVCTA W3tt j?e? ,-iniitpoSI .u-.Tvr.rui iio'i t'U-K *K? slri* !*<?".? ui-Viaq/. . [Of-jV OS n*ed? pi, 11 ,TUHHT?t Y.% I. :??-#/>'<<> T'-.M t. ?!.-( ; ? >SjI >;. i ? I ?lil ibiCtlTi; C-1 t~ -l~ in HO'4 <99* | r.MibwA rjl 31 aatTkviiibS.fi I' --- w: -hud. -j.:i y.A bsbooaJ-^ A - ? tio* . sja? uitttjfO ?*}: to noil fjo'J ?Uj la^l .?? fiT?- JidldOV* VJ VH nr~tv^'r^nt?r: :co0 ait?UJ >4*ra9etnu,ii V ?Ikv * ? Stuiod UiT>;ino tf Ice; ^:, w .SX'ilO&Sg *2W<IWK'MW :VJ)luJ jibUffi --.snic 9dl Stui VI* MJM awl* OIHfA-KWKu.M -V ii tu pn?j ?d iliw lil 51 *?*J ^ ?+J; 77;T. ? ?? L ,r?.c ^rj2 aw : >u WHE^tlKa/YA., JANUARY M?Mi -2klX5 NIIMRWT? ^?nr ? vr~r\ vr^nr.iiji I'HIXTKI) AND PUBLISHKD BY C &HPBEE&&?DdS!RMOT, wTKm&x.vt&nxmiiat*, nv/Mrvve* Jfev.su. ;.V .vm .0K !?.I 0?U>. 1.y njfuU Iiay.blo'in ?J?tl<^jLJ..!.../i..4S5l>r By the Wrek I.luX?c^iJL3JLlO Tri-^kY'O^^'lJjP'yin^nce,) ZfiQ A'Wfrtbring pn ressonol.h, terms. All ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 28 January 1861

: X'DEBHOT, >*" P*or*i*Toita. p,r mv io seats Mvamudwcv M? w HE ELWg"~ Monday Morning, Jan. j&6,1861 i Mr. CUmrul to Ipwk To-Nl|bI. , The Box. SHKRKjkSD Ciki?)is will ar rive from Washington this morning, on 'the Express train, and will, *? ptr an- ' nonncement, address " lUi friends of the : Cnion to night at 7 o'clook, at the Atbe- j nnm. Friends of tb? Union, we need ant call : on jon to torn oat- We knowyoo wtB.j do to. We expect to eee the old barracks ) packed from pit to dome, as it nerti was i before. Let as give .oar Representative a Teceptlon worthy bis patriotic (pMcka-ona , that will send the cold chills to the hearts of the traitors in our midst. We publish for the third time the two plans of compromUe known as'the Bor. ! Sut? propositions, and the propod, Mom of Mr. Etberidge, of Tenness.e, Why it is that one or other of these propo rtion* cannot be ?ceptod, wo are at a loss to know. A? wc said about Mr. Cor win's Majority report, it is not to'be ex- *. pected 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. — 28 January 1861

seat Circulation of* any Paner i Western FOR ALDKR3IAN. Km. i*T*L'.?Mea*a announce SAM'L J EPSON; m a canildnlo fur Alderataa in the 6th \V*nl. / , ' J?n25-ta? " MANY VOTERS.' BQS-Mektino at TBI Oonnr Ilocar. Quite a large meeting wns held nt tlie Court House, on Saturday night. The room, owing to a misunderstanding, was still cold nud uncomfortable when the people assembled, and there was' a great huddling together and stamping aroqnd, whilst the cold atmosphere caused every individual who breathed with any free dom, to look like a small tar-kiln. E. C. I JelTers was fiually called to the chair, and C. W. Urockunler appointed Secretary Tho chairman introduced l'rof. Ross, of West I.iberty, whoj after stating his posi tion in general terms, intimated his, wil -irs^r.srrL^sW," ion of the State? Prqf. Sou.?That is a question with which the Convention will l)ave nothing to do. That is a question for the people" of ff estern Virginia. . , Another Voter?Are you in favor of coercion? ? , ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 28 January 1861

ails Uttieiliflcttcer. A MKETIJO IJf RICHMOND. UtFm.VZZ?S mt '>!*?'??'' Church? mw ^f P1? woa't hear anjr body? *. ?>y ?*? *m?ll B?r Poll tl?U?s^lUmp?nt Proceedings. [From tli? Whig.} A good cit;2en scarcely knows whether *? or laugh at the proceedings of. a public meeting, held nt tiie African church, in this city, on Wednesday night, un<l we are somewhat embarrassed as to the pro pnety ol taking any notice of the disgrace ful affair; bnt believing that our readers will expect w>m? account of the meeting, rtc append a brief sketch. It is unneces sary for us to declaim the imputation of ?ny complicity iu these scandalous pro ceedings to tho respectable gentlemen who "were^ inooeeutly involved in them. The meeting w?s be!d in pursuanco of the fol lowing call: -The working men of Richmond will noT'I a meeting at the African Church, on Weduetday night, 23d iust;, at half past 7 o'clock, to tuke Into consideration the alarming state of our beloved country,: and, if thought a...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 January 1861

JANUARY 29, 1861. NUMBER 134 VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., muxm ? C AMPBELL & M'DERMOT c?rr"r ?f <?"?"<* Oixi 0 Ally. (by mall, payable |? advance.! .. By the tVeek.._... _ -46.00 ?cn.wv.tt,. (,?.r r^. wnweTn" ?- Advertising d<>ne on nuuonnble term. * N SlJRArjjrCEj w Insurance Co. of Hartford inoorporate,"?' Capital & Snrphj*, 82,194,100.02 8ii 3h"Mf5?i,ro^ sV?^!:: ~ 2 .. ?ui U ISu,r''rd Springs Bank " t'?iX!? a? ? PrarlJencX. itXJ " ?? ~ '1582 ?& .. Ssfe&fr:: ^?lx" s i ek? ?i ^sa {? ?? Luan.igu?M,Me,,,mMt4;^ Up,r?rd, or 913,000,000 Of Lo.,o? i?,vo lawn paid by tbo ifitna Insurance Co Iuthepaat41y.ua. LO' VIUK AN D INLAND NAVIGATION ?tUkaaecoptoJ at term, consent with .olvsncy and Eij^ctalaUentiongfanla Fiuurnnctof V ^TKLLIXGS and CvnUnttfor terms of one toJlreyear*. I'?*?" "f thl. Corporation haa Una 11.11, and uninterrupted through imwu of financial ?an n ""? or period,eventful In or e?mpt from ? we.plngconnAaratloniiai,d maritime dliarter i?I I tig long oj...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 January 1861

gailg gnteUiQcncc* CAMPBELL & M^D?E"MOi\" SDITORS AND PEOFBIITOR9. IIRMIv?Diar,doliTit?d la city, p*r vctk, 10 ewti B*nr. by mafl. in tdrtact.? 46,00 TU'WmiT, by buQ, In adraaf ........ Vmu.by mail. In advance^.. ? 1,00 W HE ELI XG: Tae?day Horning, Jan. 29,1861. Tht U {SloBCoonljr Conveuttoa Meets at the Conrt Home to-day at ten o'clock. We hope that patriotic concilia tion, harmony and good order will charac terize tbeir proceedings and their nomina tion!. Certainly all that are real!/ for the Union can afford to discard all minor dif- J ferences, and be a unit for once. We bear a great deal of complaint from the Sooth -about coercion. Everybody knows, of coarse, that the government has never talked or thought ot anv coercion except the enforcement of the laws. But : a great hue and cry baa been raised by the secessionists about this tyrannical coer- j don. If we msy believe the Nashville BannerT the secessionists have no scruples about coercing those who venture to oppose 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. — 29 January 1861

Jiittg IfutcUhjcncw ?3. Largest UiroulAtlon ofaay'pl^ ~ a^ern Virginia^ Tuesday Morning, Jan. 29, Tsfll. - Ure.t Union Urmon.tr.,Ton' ^ .h. Atl.ru.euu ].?t night -Tlir ? . Men ont In their might. ?n The old Athenaeum wa? pnckcd to it, ceiling last night with the Union mcn the cltv turned out to greet the Hon. . herrnrd Clemens and give him a reecu. tion worthy the Union fpeecb in Congrcs this day one week ago. The ho,i3e was one immense jam, ?nd a more enthusiastic and unanimous audience we never saw gathered together. Well Ioigln nsk, us they did frequently last night who arc the disunion!,U in our midst, and where do .hey ,u.y? Certainly if a!', out. doors had been scraped together from the ?Hey. and lanes of the city and called "Se-esaiooisls" they would have made a poor show alone .Ida of the Onion men last night. Mr. Clemen, took occasion to remark that it was the largest audience he bad ever addressed in Wheeling. The meeting was called to order bv se luting J. H McMechen, Cha...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 January 1861

flail]) gntelttgwcM. | WHAT : " ' " " IFfiW Once a Wrek.] 81m wm working a ?lipj?r. but the didu't like thai; She uog a little melody. if wouldn't do: She tried to read a little, then *he played with the cat. And then the commenced a note?'-Deare.t, why didu't you?r* And then eke tore it up, and then triad to keep mil And watch the ipent snn till he dropped behind the hill. lie km reading a novcL but he didn't like that. Bo he took down liU ttrbiur-rt-h that wouldn't do; Thed he whktlei to hi* diis. thto he pot ou hie hat And then emnmeuced a iv>te?-ikiteit why didu't you And then be tore It up, a ad then tried to keep ?till And watch the epeut sun till he dropped behind the hill. m The sun dropped out of sight, aud she walked up the Uik, lie, km, quite by chance, of eouree. came along; So they met, and they * topped; not a look would ei ther deign; Then he mid?nothing, and nanght had ehe to ?ay At laet he looked np at her, and ehe looked np too? "Why didn't yon, dearest,"?'uDear...

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. — 30 January 1861

VOLUME 9. dlfb&ij MOANING, NUMBER 135 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY OAMPBELI, & 1JTDERMOT, ixtkuligekckr buii, dings, ?Y. K. cnrnar of Quincjt and Main-SU. ? ' I L. lit T-.Vl RM St P i!lr.(by mail, payable in advance,)...................$5,00 By the Week ? ?... .10 TrI-W wkly, (per year, payable in advance,) /3,00 aj- Advertising dune on reasonable terms. - <T?. ; CI < | All ad vertlseinenta from adlstance, or from transient city customers; must be paid In advance. INSURANCE. Insurauce Go. of Hartford. INCORPORATED 181B. Capital & Surplns, $2,194,100.02. The INCOME of this Company Is DOUBLE tfiatof any other Fire Insurance Corporation In the United States. Axsets, Jsnasry 1, 1800. Cash in hand,* Depjjltesln llartt'd Unulu^234,4t8 48 Ca-iU in transit, and iu hands of Agcut*,....16o,'297 78 U. S.Treas. Note*, and accrual interest, .76,900 00 U. 3. Stocks, 5 per ct. semi-ouuuul interest, ...160,760.00 lUal Estate uuin mmbi)red......* ....*.75,990 00 Honey due the Co? secun...

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. — 30 January 1861

aiig gnteltfgettcn CAMPBELL* K'DEEHOT, SDITOAS 4SD VAOrRIXTOBS. T E EMB.?Daily,doiirer^d la city, pw %-eak, 10 eeat? DAttr. by mall. In adnac*, $6,00 Tw-Wniii, by null, iu ?4m)??r 8,00 WmiT,by a?H fandwac^- ?i. 1,00 W H e eiTi n 'gT ? "Wednesday Morning, Jan. 30,1861 THE CJfXOH COHVEXTIOir YES. TERDAY. The Uoioo County Convention met yes terday At ten o'clock. At the Conrt House. It was informally organized by a motion of Mr. Jobn Hubbard, nominating Mr. Henry Echols to the Chair. Mr. Echols declined, and nominated Judge Fry, who was Be lected by the Convention. Mr. Hubb&rd Also nominated Mr. George Robinson for Secretary, And be was elected. Mr. Hub bard next moved tbAt a Committee of three on c:edentials be appointed. Dr. Bates interposed an objection? statin? that he thought the first duty of the Conven tion to be to nscertAin what were the views of the members on a platform of principles. The Chair ruled that there was no Convention until the individuals clAiming seats were ...

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. — 30 January 1861

ETjrr- ., ???*' ?- largest Circulation at any Wednesday Mor^ii^ d*jr, lh?4tli proximo. jToaS-JtS"* ?arTu? E?crto*7-We give below the official cote of lbs election on Monday: IT a if c* o a. cu sr jr ?? ill 113 For Major? *" Sweeney " 327 80 210 207 lis 49 Fur"cierk 94 U? 2? 404 38 tr ,;?* g Tlteg-I 5"s.,,?? " M " " ?? McU.Dn.-ll 258 134 188 258 269 43 &m.tli 60 9 80 79 00 37 *orU-s a ! i; 1; ,,4 bcatterdny 1. 2 s ?? a i ? Kimberly 437 8 .30 3 i h.ttsirnraont 28 17 25 80 17 i! ?Sangston 15 8 22 4 5 1 I Treasurer? 1 R W ? liar^ing 538 170 3? ?4 615 87 ? atcr Works? Dulty 215 141 337 144 72 74 Moore 22 9 46 111 253 10 wi? r? . 91 80 09 199 189 3 \> barf Master? Manners 141 49 138 242 210 28 Forsyth 195 113 194 208 295 68 Irwin 19 12 18 3 12 1 Street Com.? Sharp 257 119 203 145 414 20 Haller 3 6 5 17 9 57 Amick 13 0 11 26 6 2 Heburn 8C 43 132 274 84 7 Sweeney's majority is 22; McDonald'. I plurality is 830; Burkle's 248; Dulty's 330; Sbarpe's 632; Forsyth's 255. First Ward Counci...

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. — 30 January 1861

\ <?_*% lutclUgettWt; j At a meeting held at Tirrill's Scho. houM, iu Marsbull Coouty, on Thursda 4m. 24th, 1861, David Eastun, Kaq., ,,n' siding, and .Samuel Cummin", Vice Pre Went. On motion a committee of tlirc waa appointed by the President I j aralt resolutions expressive of our aenti . menti and devotion to the Union or tl v states and to protest against the revolt ?? uon or our Commonwealth, into which * , are urged by some or the political dnn> gogues or otir own State. The rolloWfi> persons were appointed said cotnmitte * ?!*; Geo Hobbs, Esq., Dr. 8. B. Stidg. : and John P. Waytnan. After consulting , n>un?ents, the committee reported th ! following resolutions adopted by the Unio . meeting of the Fiftb Ward ,of the city 11 Wheeling, which were unanimously itdor : ted, with the wildest enthusiasm ever mat ? nested upon any occasion at this pUce b. fore. Wiiereas, A spirit of revolution an } treason exists in certain States, having i r view the dissolution or our...

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. — 31 January 1861

ifo' 01 119 +it* *\ ?! NUMBER 13l> , rt ri VOLUME 9. WHEELING, \riT,THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1861. TTKliMe, ' lly the w?k ?T Ailrertfjlngdune on tt-Mnabla t^""" *ff <*%S388xtM^ WiMIifcir Insurance Co. of Haiti IX CO UPOlt at E D iei? Capital & Surplus, S2,194,100.02. ^?SSS^!V^KSBS^ \saeti, January l, isnn lund.?(Wui^> .., . r' 1800, 245 State U'ds,2]? 5 *0nr ct 'mmnTl'"'. ':"JJ?0 857 SharoijLui s ? Kr^ff00'^ -??<? g ?? fSSaSW-?' " 16 44 JenayCitY.V.j ?t ? ??L87200 S*K) ?' Boston, Mn?., ' u ,< ?????....1,600 00 300 u St.Louis,Mo., (? u ^ ?3 :: ag& ;; ? z^SSStS i? " " fc?S8S& 100 U. 3. Truat Co. Bank Stock....3a2|l00 00 TOTAL ASSETS. 1? 1.1AUI nr tH3,?Unytti^, cU,aij, n.tdntS,?^ ? Up.??r,U of 113,000.000 0f Lo"" ?* ns!oniM^OItg,eJ.on? caih bub, (ho tnmbt.. of the credit system affect us in no material particular Oaring "hard tlrae-i" the security of reliable Inau ?b""T <rf property holdara toamtain loi, being then mucli leaiened. i and *U bnaluoaa at...

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. — 31 January 1861

CAMPBELL ft M'DEBMOT, ?oitom xxp rtonmou.. TXBXS^?DAttT(d?UT??d IB city, per WMk, 10 cot ? |aaaa!KaKte=s=ss w melt, by mall, in advance- 1,00 I ~an n ? j WHEELING: ~ j Thnr?day Morning, Jan. 31,186L * Dr. Louas withdraws bis candidacy for ? Convention, lor the reasons stated in his | card. The people of this city wonld glad ly bare paid the compliment of an election to Dr. Logan, and we hope the time is coming when they will hare a good chance to show their high regard for him. Chester D. Hubbard announces himself j to-day as a candidate for the Convention. Mr. Hubbard is an uncompromising oppo- j nent of*occasion in every shape. He will never even sign an ordinance of secession i should it be passed by. every vote but bis. Tbese are bis sentiments, and are wbatwe call good Union sentiments. air. Clemens on the Stamp. As will be seen elsewhere, Hon. Sber rard Clemens will address his fellow citl- ! zens at Triadelphia on Friday evening at 7 o'clock, West Liberty on Saturday at 11 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. — 31 January 1861

M- .Largest Circulation of any Facer Thnraday. Morning. JanTaTl^r-* ?. ': - M ? ? - Jmso-ii* j B^-How H. yor*Dfc.8?arv voUrli.r. ' abouts is aware that we have &????? "?'8,cm ?r exercising the elective franchise \ our name and that of the man you voted Tor is put down in a book to which all have free access after the election, and here is no such a thing as humbugging a candidate by promising to vote for him and then refusing to do It, for he is snre to Ondyoa out. There i. no other way h? ? ,eVerJ ,0nn WU? Votes his hand It appears, then, that before the' election on Monday last, Mr. Thomas lucker promised to vole for Mr. John Fitzimmoni, who was a candidate for Cily Sergeant. On Monday last, Mr. Thomas Tucker, foc some. reason or otter, saw pro per to cast bis ballot for another candidate thereby deceiving Fitiiuimons, who detect- I ed the vote by application to the poll book. Wsterday morning Tucker was baying a bar of soap in Fitzlmmons' gro cerv, when the matter was introdu...

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. — 31 January 1861

tJnloii Meeting at Plcaunt mil, Mar ?hall County. Agreeably to appointment, a large and respectable meeting of the citizens of Mar shall conntj. Va-, irrespective of party, was held in the Mathodisi church on the 28th of Janunry. Oji motion, Mr. Michael Dowler wai called to the Chain Messrs. Joseph M' Combs, Alexander Keinple, Robert Mor gan and Geo. Kemplet were elected Vice Presidents, and George Oram appointed Secretary. The object of the meeting having been stated by the Chairman, on motion, a com mittee of five was appointed to report re? olniions expressive of the seuse of the meeting, consisting of Thos. Morgan, Esq., Win. Oram, Samuel Dorsey, Jr., James H. Dill and Edward Conner. Mr. James Burley, fof Elizabeth town, then addressed the meeting, .taking a bold and decided sland in favor of the Union, as formed by the revolutionary fathers, nod against secession. Mr. James M'Car riher made a masterlp address in favor of our Union. The Committee then offered the follow ing reso...

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