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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 1 February 1861

ruu^mtr w * M'ViM jTiiaVQA Y?cT \V HEELIKG. \rA, FRIDAI^ I^OltKING, FfiBRUAM' 1, 1861 VOLUME 9 jrnrjTisssj ?> WSBMSs l>all.r.(Uy nuUl, payable to ?dr?nc?,).-_.....,..?....t4,00 By Iho W?k ?? 10 Trl-W*?kly,(per y?ar, payable In advance,)...IftO MT- Advertising dune <m reasonable terms.' ? I ' % i 1 ' > All advertisement* from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid In advance. IN-SlI.lt A NCE. Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED lain. Capital & Sarplns, 52,194,100.02. The INCOME of this Oompnrlt DODBLK that or any other Fir* Intunwee Corporation in tba United State*.- . Assets, January lv I860. Gash In hand, k Depute* In llarti'd Bauk*,*?t,448 48 Ca?h in transit, and In hands of Agents,.... 1G0,2?7 78 U. 8.Trees. Notes, aud accrued interest, 76,900 00 0.S.Stockay6perct.semi-aq{inalinte|reaV~UAv750 00 '?Real Estate nniiimmborod....*.....!. 00 -- Money due the Co- aecnred byMortgage7.......<-iM 76 Del. A Hud. CTl Co. R'ds, Cpr.ct. seml-an. lnt?...

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. — 1 February 1861

f?*Ug 0 A *PBELL &*'DEBKOT, ?oixama uo raonurroaa. IllHUlDilii.lillTind Indljr, per week, 10 csats Pm.T, by ?n. In sdrsoc*. 44,00 T*?"W*I*I,V,b7*?tfMnsdr*acSk__.... *,00 wheeltxg! Britlay Horning, Beb 1, 1861. Mr. Sweeney** Position. Every time, hitherto, that iir, Sweeney' ' I'M been nominated for an* position for - which we bad a vote to give him, we! bare ? given itto bitu. We do not enconrsge orsup port hia candidacy for the State Conven tion for just one reason, and only one? , but thai one it, in oar opinion, ail conclu- j live. It it because we do not believe bim to be a sonnd Union man. We sav it in I no harih way, bnt with the great- ; eat personal respect, and we say it j only because we believe that we > would be recreant to our trust as public ! journalists, did we not, in thi" boar of *lsogrr to the Union, freely speak out with- > o?t favor or fear. We believe that in some j -%ay or somehow Mr. Sweeney is tangled 1 uplo the web of disunion. And we will Briefly...

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. — 1 February 1861

Friday Morning, Feb.-l, 1881. SS^HSMSSkhb day, tUo 4th proximo. ????nce on Moa ? ^ j*aaHt* Br"' WorVln, M?u'. Meeting. aoa. U1IUU.KD clxmexs axd chestxb ?. HUB OA ?D 2? Oil IS AT ED. A meeting of tbe working men of the city was hold at tbe Athcneuin ln.t eveu iog. The bouse ni crowded, and we suppose there must have beco a thousand people preaent. On motion, Mr. R. w McCIellan >ai died to the Chair,' nud Mr. Samuel McVajr \yri? uppoiuted Secre tary. Mr. Hcflry Echols being coiled for arose and proceeded to explain the cbject of the meeting. He .aid that on Wednes day a delegation had been appointed from the different workshopa-fn the city to meet ? u convention on Wednesday "e^e3iiK _ The delegates acco^logfr' rie't th a con vention, representing seven hundred work ing men, and had selectedfrom tbe names presented to them tbe Hon. Sherrard Clemens and 0. D. Hubbard. (Tremen tfuous applause.) Mr. Echols then pro ceeded to make a sound, original OilTn speech, during which be aUuded...

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. — 1 February 1861

WMKBt 1 TQ MARHY. Jon* o. saxk. ?WtM do I uu tO iorat?W.1I? .JTf.Ul.tOltMpm.wlUi Our. ?llt ITjoo cbooM to b?*r m? tftl Pmj UM?o villi# IB. .!?? .u.J W^? <>M*fcl?T* hull With nnr fr*, A aocw. drtir lon to rimST ?J?" ""Poddinc. which Ihry ?t. And iixnd Dm uocklng. nlOch il,?j ?mr. And Dot m array anldleni ?can A antler or a commUtarj; "Tjjo fpntle ladles who h*T# got Tli* offer of a lover's ban-*. Concept lo rtiarw M? -?rthljr Jot,*. Aod do not mean hi* lot of Uod; When jounir mechahlcs are allowed tnZth" *">?""Klrlc ?,.?? "?*??=* ?*? wuot to llvm TV'V ?*f2 ??'f I'm not too oM? And look about me for a -wife! Hbbs is some of Punch's wit. It's bois terous: AS D!#TE&E!<T AS BLACK asd WHITE. The following correspondence bos resul ted from the President's message. i. "Mas'r Leegre i's, "I Old Swamp Plantation, Mobile, f .t tU?''r tell me you tink 'the Matrons of do South' am berry ntr*ous *bout dc abolition of niggahs. Xow, bein de moder ob twelve fine darkies. I "ok I !? '...

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. — 2 February 1861

irrcK j.a CIA W3TK y ? KU.HTI VOLUME 9. g WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1861. NUMBER 138 l'KUNTp^ANp PUBUailUp BY CAMPBELL & KPDER^y MTKI.HCESCKK UflLDlSGJ, ' A". ?. corner tj Quint? and Huin-SU. TKIIMS, U.UI v. (by mail. payablo in advance,I tly tb.- W?k ?i?t " Trl-Wrikly,(p?-year,payable In tftO Advertising done on reasonable term*. ' AU *d"rtl???nle from . dlrfaoce, or from city customers, nut be paid in adTanee. in8urasce. Insurance Co, of, Hartford incorporated laia. Capital & 8nrpTns, 82,194,100.02. The INCOME of tills Ooulmitit is tvitttit v aj,-. ? _ Ameti, JannarF 1, 1800. Cash in ham!, k Deposits in flarttM Bauks <234 448 ax Ctuh in transit, and In im..^ ofAmnt. "? *????? -isbsos Money duo the Co? secured^ifflrt^T" ?? S? nssssStii I ? M " Prortdenc^ O., VSJJ2 " " J?TMJ City, N. J., ? ii " 'SJJ' 300 - Boiton, Uiul, . ' ??. -i. m'tSSX 800 " SI. LouI^Mu?, ?? .. if'SSSSX 2370 " Hartford. ? ? ""?'aJi'SSm 932J " New York, . ? "firfH xx 1M V. Y. L.T/l Trnlt 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. — 2 February 1861

jfaUg gtttVlHgencet CAMPBELLIk M'DERMOT, KDITOKS i5D PROPKIKTOH8. T JC&MJ1.?DlllT,dellT*nd in city. pre VHk, 10 centi Dailt, by malUl* rndrmoe^. -$*,uo Tu-WKSUTi by z**il. i a (tdranc* 2,00 WKKUT,by maa.iuftdvaiK*,. 1,00 wm eeIin gT Saturday Morning, Feb 2,1861. "Vmt*~ ??r the take .f tke Union." Ta. working men of the City of Wheel ing, ia mass meeting assembled, hive pre Mnted * Union ticket for the support of Ho P7, lh'r h"" the Hon. gherrard Clemens and Cheater D. Habbard m the two men oftbeir choice in this great emergency. They .re both men of experience, men who have been in pub lic lire, and men sound to the core on the Onion question. Neither one of them will ?rer, in any event, either vote for or sign an ordinance of secession. They will re sist each a treasonable movement to the last and bitter extremity, and will then ?bake oir the dust of tbeir feet against the traitors, when all tbeir efforts shall have proved unavailing, nod some bame to their constituents with 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. — 2 February 1861

?B. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. *6* ??-*? -i ??' ? ? ' '' ' ? Saturday Morning, Feb. 2,-1861. 8B8B10NOP THE Uwl?j Institute will conmonce on Mqo* dftjr, the 4th proximo. Jai?30?It* eSTOx TKB Wino.?The express train from tlie east, on Wednesday morning, brought up aome sixty-three free negroes from ^orlh Carolina, who crossed the riv er at Bellnir.-, an ljproceeded^to Zanescille, Ohio. They were travelling nloue. The old negro who carsied the tickets, in an swer to the question how he came to be leaving North Carolina, sni i the pe >ple of EJgecomb, the county from which they came, didn't want them to stayany longer. We learn from the officers ot the train that the negroes were a misernb'y elad, dirty looking set. They represented all shades between white and black, and a)l ages be tween one arid rono;j hundred,'and of all sexes. Some of the purty had a vague idea that the country - was' struggling through an important crili , but they wero not clear as t...

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. — 2 February 1861

win gtateUigctuer. Union Xcctlaf In Msriball Conutjr. According to a previous announcement, a large and enthusiastic Cnion Meeting ot the citizens of Marshall County, and a portion of the citizens of Ohio Countr, irrespective of part/. was held at the Mt. Olive M. E. Church, on Thursday evening, Jan. 31*t. On motion of Charles Snedeker, Mr. Alex. Kemple was called on to preside' over this meeting. Messrs. M. Greenlee, Robert White, D. Montgomery, and C. Marsh, were elected Vice Presidents, and John M. Brown appointed Secretary. The Chairman, in a few appropriate re marks, stated the object of the meeting. Loud calls were made for Mr. 31. Dow ler, who came forward and made a strong and forcible speech in favor of the Union. O. McCarriher and W. Alexander Esq*., who are stamping the county in behalf of the Union, and the U^ion candidate, Jas. Burley, made eloquent and patriotic speeches, which were received with deai eoing applause. Mr. IXowItr read the Clarksburg resolu tions, which ...

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. — 4 February 1861

p;:uTovr ItlLglcgi*)^ r VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MtORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1861. NUMBER 139 oon^ff\ A * ; 1 :! j ' ' H ?/ PR1NTED AND rUBLIStntD BY. OA<nPBELL & M'DERMOT, IvrBL.r.ioEscEii uuu.ni.vut, .V. >- cw-drt- qf QhIhcii Ujtri JL/?uf-S?. TKUMH, Dail.by inall.puj-mbl? la iulT?r tS.OO Ilj t? * ..... 10 Tri.lrcklj.tperyrar.mrmliUinxImM*,)..' tfio tfr AJtrrtliiijK done on raunnalila A! n'rllimiien? ftom ? <ll<unc?. qrfrom Inuulnt "city nitoraen, mult be paid In tulranca. 5=1 Tns d'ban ce7 " ^TISTaT Iisuranee Co. of Hartford. INCORl>ORATKD18in. Cipltal & Surplus, ?2,194.100.02. TlJ INCOME of tills Company Is DOUBLE that of any other Kirn lnanr.tnm Corporation lit tho Untied SlutM. Am?ta, Jaunary 1, 1600. Cxshiu hand, A Deposltes i u Hartl'd B.tuks,$231,418 48 Cish iu transit, and in baud* of Agent*,.... ltK),;TJ7 78 T. S. Trea*. Notes. and accrued Interest, 75.WW 0U t. a. stock*, S> per ct-scuil-auuual Jut crest,...l/rtViM) 00 Real Estate notu numbered. ...

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. — 4 February 1861

CAMPBELL & M'DEKMOT, KDITOSS ASD PKOPRIKTOR8. flftKB.?DmT,ddlT?r*d in city, per wMk, 10 etnti Dixit, by mail. In adraoca^ $5,00 Tu-WimT, by fall, In adnwc^ 0,00 WajutLT.by mail, ioadruc*, 1.00 WHEELIN O: Monday Morning, Feb. 4,1861. Rend the able article from the Wells barg Herald, on our first page. Such talk Sa death to the secession traitors to-day in Brooke. Look Oat For the small-beer politician!, to-day, who will stand around the polls, full of lager and 18 cent whisky, talking about ??our rights." Dout Walt On any body else to vote so-day, before you vote. Vote early. The more votes you put in for the Union ticker in the fore noon, the more It will get in the afternoon. Bear this in mind. Watch the Way the jr Vote. Watch the way the prominent disunion ists of this city, vote to-day. Not one of them will vote the Union ticket. Not one of them will rote for Clemens and Hub bard. Many of them will hold back their votes until late, for fear of their influence on their dupes. ...

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. — 4 February 1861

g?UlT f uteUi^ttcey ta. Largest Circulation or any Paper ra Western Virginia.-?* Monday Horning, Feb. 47l86L TUB GREAT 3IKKTIXU At the Atheneom on Sutnrdoy Night ?A tierue of Unexampled Confusion ?A Tremendoua Gathering or the people* On Saturday evening about twenty-five hundred people assembledut the Atheneum to bear the speech of the Hon. Sherrard Clemen?. J. H. McMeclien, Esq., was called to the Chalrand Ilenry Crungle was appointed Secretary. I.oud calls for Clemens brought thnt gentleman before the footlights, und after waiting for the nppluusa to subside, he proceeded to make one of the most elo quent, stirring, patriotic speeches that it has ever been our lot to listen to. Mr. Clemens said that in sixteen years po itical life he had never witnessed such en thusiasm. Any man or auy principle for which such enthusiasm was manifested was above defeat. He said that the 6ght was being made on biin, the whole force of the light artillery was brought to bear on him while other cand...

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. — 4 February 1861

jgailtt IfttleUiflcmct, Th? Charleston Courier gaja: ' ^ (?I u,e f\?rf1 hfnr't confidrntly repor ted that Major Riplejr is about to lenre this cedeJTstMe"8 soutl":ru ?nd ?" He has lMa in command or Fort Moul trie. Tho Charleston correspondent of the Philadelphia Press writes. "From iuforntatioti upon which rou way most certainly rely. I warn you not to be ?urprwed if at any moment you seeeive telegraphic information thai Fori .Sumter Is tn the hands or the rebels." (For tli* latalllgnurj Big Res, Marshall Co., Va. Pursuant to notice. a meeting was held ?t Kir Run School Hoise, on Jan. 2!)tb, J?8.1' ?!?!<?>> "'as organized by callinjr , alter fctans to the Cliair. and appointing Jacob Mathews Vice President, and S. B. otidger Secretary. On motion, a committee was appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the ?ense of this meeting. The fallowing persons were appointed soi.l committee : McDowIT' Th?'- M?rriS' Ei" ' "nd J""" While the committee wns absent, the meeting ??ldrc...

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. — 5 February 1861

VA., T (TESDAY ;MORN ING, FEBRUARY 5, 186] NUMBER 140 VOLUME 9. l-IUNI^ and I'L'HLISHKD BY O AMPESit & M'DERMdT, WTEI.:l<!,E3rCER buildings, y /; ?"><* V Qu'ikji <1 mi J/ain-SU. TBKMSi Dalit.(by ma.pajmble 1" advance,* . 45,00 By llio W'pe'" > ? 10 Trl-W.-^klj. k' year, payable in adranoe,* ifiO AiiT^nC done on re*aon*blc terms. AH ndvrrspmenta from a distance, or from transient city cttatopf. muit be J?ld In nlvMct SUBAHCE. i^gnTisrA. Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED 1QXO. Caplal A Surplus, ?2,191,100.02. The of this Company I* DOUDLF. that of an other FUr* fnsurmce Oorpontion in the . United States. Aiteti, Jannary 1, 18G0. Cash h baud, A Dap jsitc"? in tlartt'd Bauk*,$234,44S 48 C.iill t trauait, hu.I in baud*of A genu,?100,297 78 U. S. roas. Notes, and accrued interest, 75,900 00 U*g.:tocks?.5 perct.Aeiui%mnual iuterest,...l56,750 00 lUal-2'tate a (Unnumbered...... .....7 5,91*6 00 yiaay da* the Co.. secured by Mortgage, 454 75 Del. - Hud C'l Co. D'iU, ...

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. — 5 February 1861

CAMPBELL ft M'DEBMOT, ? BDlTORa AXD PaOPBIKTOXS. .... l TIEMI^-Daut,dallrmd la dtj, per w*?k, 10 cent ? DittT, by iMfltia advance. .$5,00 T?-w?ixit, fcy audi, la tdnnf, 3,00 Wimr, bj mail, la advance^- 1,0b . w h e eiTTngI 1 Tawday Morning. Feb. 6,186L j ?The Klectlon Ttatcrdajr. The election yeaterday for Delegates to ; the State Convention resulted in * glorious : victory for the Union ticket. The majority ? was much greater than its most sanguine ' friends anticipated. It is overwhelming? , it Is crushing. We are glad of it?we re- j jolcecreatly atit. Yet while we rejoice, we j rejoice not partisans?but, we hope, ' ouly aa patriots. It was no partisan vic tory. No man, sect or clan has a right to | appropriate any apccial share in the vic tory. It was simply a Union triumph? j the glorious work of a glorious and pat- ' riotic combination of Union men for the sake of the Union. Every one who par ticipated in accomplisliiugtho proud result is to be looked on not ip bis relation to ...

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. — 5 February 1861

m. Lareeat Circulation of anjr Paper in' Weatern Virginia."??, i ? " i': ? '?????? Tuesday Morning, I?eb. 5,1881. ^j-TllK ELKCTIOS Y18TKBDAV ClBHKXS AND IICBUABD SUCCESSFUL -Tile clcctioil yesterday, considering the deep interest manifested in the result, and the amount of hard work that was dune on both sides, was rather quiet and only one or two rows occurred, and nothing of a serious nature. At some of the voting places the stars and stripes were unfurled, and voters passed under ils folds ntid deposited their ballots. In the early part of.the day, and until it was plain thut Clemens and Hubbard were elected, tho streets wero full of people inarching from one precinct to another to ascertain the vote of the candidates, while all the voting places ware surrounded by eager and anxious crowds. The weather was Ueautirul ai?d a large vote was polled. It will be pcrceived that In the Fifth Ward ,iud Ritchiotown there were only twd can didates running much. The people had it nil their o...

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. — 5 February 1861

HATS AND CAPS WHOLESALE and RETAIL; S.HAKPER&BRO. Tha largest-and beat selected Stock of Hats and Caps May always be found at HARPER, A BRO'S CttSAP BMPORJOM, N"o. 129 (SOB. IAIN AND DNIOH ST&, waggMgg, JAS. M. DILLON, No. 107 Market Street, _ WIIBBLINO, VA. PLUMBEE AND OAS PITTEB, AMD BUA8H POUNDER. D".tI;KS !? Wti?.COaT wo*, galvanized d ?|X?* of k*** Pipw, Sheet Lead. Jlrasa oSJTTin Steam and Water P"Mp?. 1.10k., How. Anlirrtc rS^ZJSZurH^iSt.KKLV BBLLB Caah paid for old Copper, Brass and Lead. OCtlO J. BOOS M'LVRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Orrtat, N. K. Coe. Moxbok ft Fotmra Stb. (Oppatiuu* Qmri Itemm.) WUEELIXO, VA Jf'.i"'-S!'m.'?ctlc* lD MTerml C<mrl. of thl. Andtba ndgliUorioit OonnliM. ^PartlcutaratUutlon .ill ba ?h. col of claim.. nortO? ly Embroideries for the Holidays! W" willoffkk okbat baiotai""" >y Frrnch Work Coll ire, ?> Satta. Elegant Eml.'d llandk'b, Ac. jJ-rfO HmSKKLLft 8W?ARIXOKX. j The Panic MThe Panic! FANCY DRESS GOODS! AT I_.lf.HH THAN COSTS FLNCT DRE...

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. — 6 February 1861

, ?asoix&vi aAioaia ISSlThSYCIA 1( i*, ui ndti ? v-r HI?v VOLUME 9. WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ?, 1861. aarfli rrm^^rrr .1 y. : > n iiC'QXU i' Uik -5 NUMBER 1 11 , ; 1-IUNlKD AXD PUBLISHED BT CAMPBELL & M'DiIrmot "TEU.IOKNCKK PWItUIXOg, ' IT. H.mrt,rr nT Quiucy and 1' Win aiss ????? ??- A<!r.rtUing don.m reaaonable ten,. INSURANCE. ' ^ETN^. Insurance Co. of Hartford INOOUPOHATEDlsiof Capital 4 Snrpjns, 82,194,100.02. BtfMHMP ileal JSstate unincumbered. iwTi?u,r ? ft | issafes.# - =3g? $ lpsss?:h> u ~? ws ? BiHw;K- :: ;: ????-??j,-sisgg>. ?32J ? No* York, ? * ''"' mlSE? 160 ? jf. Y.L.T.ATnutCo. ??' "aBJSoS' 100 U.a.Trojt Co. Baak 8tacfc_."._.fl?5S Upward* of 913,000,000 or Lowe! tar. been paid by tUo Jitna IqrorancaCo. In tho put 11 y Mr). Rlak. accepted at and .?7l.0 !'.r?*r***.or.t?" Corporation hu boon atabl. and uninterrupted thcongh umod< of financial enn "''"l It? " n?lor P"ri,><1???"'fnl in or oxompt from ?wefljiinn conflagtHtiomi ami ma...

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. — 6 February 1861

CAXPBELL & M'DEKHOT, KDlTORg AWP PBOPBIKTOBg. t**IIB^Dw,djU?s^tacl.T. per wk, 10 cat. ?Aarf by mafl? In ?dranc?_.. .tljQQ ??n, to ?drmncmr. *,00 Wimr.by mail, inadraace,.^..^...^. w H EEL I NaT = Wednesday. Morning, Feb. 6, 1861. , Tbanka. Oar good Union friend* in Marshall, Brooke and Hancock are entitled to our mo4t greatfnl thanks for letters an nounclng tiie result of the election at |he different precincts. Prom Richmond. Through a private dispatch frou^Rich mond, we learn that Johnso^^|M^Par land, Union man, and Rando^RBStion ist, was elected in RiehmfflUjfipohn SC. BoU# was beaten, and we are rery sorry for it. The conservatives needed the.war horse. He would bare made the traitors howl ii he bad got la among tbcm. The Panhandle. The glorious old Panhandle, thank Hea ven, will present one stern, uncompromis ing front against secession in the Conven tion. Whoever else may bo flattered or bullied into signing an ordinance of se cession, not one of her representatives will 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. — 6 February 1861

i#iig gtttemgwet1 ?. Largest Circulation of an"y PaptiTtn Western Virginia. ~?ti ? v^'e lne3day Morning, Feb. 6, 1861.' earCiTT Council?The City Council ? met last evening for Hie first time since its organization. The *ttenil*pre wns full j both of members and spectators. Mayor Sweeney, (who by the wny presides with ability nnd dignity,) ?wore id several city officers, making them promise, as usual, to obey the Constitutions of the United States nnd Virginia, and not fight any duels or bear any challenges. Messrs. Dean, Wickham, McClellan, nnd Caldwell not present at the organization, were sworn' in as members and took their seats. The Mayor announced standing commit tee's for the ensuing year. STANDING COMMITTEES. n?u ?*"& *? Wilkinson, C. I). Hubbard, T.H. Logan. On Water Works?John Hughes, G.W Franzheim, Andrew Britt, T. J. Blair' V Wilkinson. | Du Railroads?Z. Jacob, A. B. Caldwell Isaac Colts, Hannibal Forbes, E. C. JefTers' On Streets and Alleys?Jacob E Bie Ccorge E Wickh...

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. — 6 February 1861

the raioH. The Union! The Union! The hope or the free! Hotre'er we may differ, In this we gree: - Our glorious banner No traitor shall mar, By effacing a stripe. Or destroying ? star. Division? No, never! The Union forever! And cursed be the ba*d . That our Union would sever. The Union! The Union! 'Twas purchased with blood! Side by aide, to secure it, ^ Our forefather* stood:' From the North to the South, Through the length of the land, Ran the war-cry which summoned That patriot band. Division? No, never! The Union forever! And cursed be the hand*^ That our country would sever. The Union! The Union! At Lexington first, Through the crowd of oppression, Its radiance burst: But at Vorktowu rolled back The last vapory crest. And, a bright constellation, It blazed in the West. Division? No, never! The Union forever! And cursed be the hand That our couutry would sever. The Union! The Union! Its heavenly light Cheers the hearts of the nations Who grope in the night; And athwart the wide ...

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