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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 8 March 1861

NUMBER 1G7 | VOLUME 9. TJTTaTHTtaao t'KlNThp AND I'.L'BLISIIRD BT CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, INTKLL1GEKCER BUILDINGS, A' E. orrucr of Qttiney and Main-SU. T K li M St D.-UI/if?'T mail.pajnble in adrat?ce,X- *46,00 By the WWk.............. .. .. ..... 10 Tri-Wrt-kly.(peryear,payableIn advance) 3,00 ?9" Advertising June on reasonable terms. All Adverti?ej?entsfro(ii a distance, or from transient city enstotuer*, xanst be paid In advance. i n?u ?a"nceT~ ^Tisr.A. Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED 1819. Capital & Snrplaj, 52,194,100.02. Tii? 1NOOMK or this Compiny Is DOUBLE that of any oilier Fire Imunutoe Corporation in the Catted Stat***. Aiieti, January 1, I860. Cash iu lund, X l?opo<ltMl:i Hurt I'd i>inki4^,4t8 48 Ou*h intrant it, ami in hand* or Agents,....ltk'.'.J? 78 Y. S.Tcea*. Not#*, Mti<l accrued interest,..?76.000 U0 I*. S. ?U?* s. 5 per ct. m-mi-annual iutere?tJ...15?l760 00 >rt**lirt.ite txnln mothered ............. ..75^9ttG 00 Sorvty duo the Cto, ??cure...

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. — 8 March 1861

?JaUg gutclligeutn "cilPMLi & M'DERMot, KDITOKS AXD PROPRIETORS. T B R MS.?Daxit, delivered in citj, per hkV., 10 cent ft Dajit, by mall, to advacm. 4*.<-0 Tti-VTuur, by mail. Id adrat?e<v~. 8,0# Wmu,by mail, madvaace*. ...... l.t-C W H E 15 I.j I N G : Friday Morning, March 8,1861. With the present vreek, a new era seems \ to hare began in the State Convention. Up to thii week secessionism has had things pretty much it* own way, so far as speechifying could go. No straight-out Union man had, to any extent, occupied the attention of the Convention, while j hardly a day was allowed to pass without the reference to the Committee on Federal Relations of disuulon and anti-coercion resolutions, and long windy speeches in support of them. Monday's proceedings?the latest we have received?began by Mr. Drown, of Preston, submitting a resolution that the { Honorables Hunter and Mason, C. S. Sen- : a tors from Virginia failed to represent the ' opinions of her people in their opposit...

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. — 8 March 1861

? 9. Lor goat Circulation at any Paper in Western Virginia.-** Friday Morning*, March 8,1861. T? r.i IK Tows.?The excitemcnt it bo 111 oil is fearfully on Ihe increase. It ; would be folly lo attempt to mentioa all \ the instances which have come to our I, knowledge ol exorbitant prices paid for . sites, and the uj'-nl r.igo for speculation. ' A day or two ago somebody discovered !1 what is supposed to be an oil spring on the !, high hillside at the bend or Muuroe street. ' t Hundreds of people have visilrd the spot, 1 and we yesterday made a personal exami !1 nation of the surface indications. One , citn see something in the water which ' looks like oil, and when placed to the i nose it smells like oil, nnd lo the tongtie it j tastes like oil, aud we believe it is oil. S\e [ dont know who poured it in the spring, or ' J whether anybody did, but the man calla ble of playing such a trick, near the top orStTolmostperpendicular hill, when the excitement runs so high, is n most uncon sc...

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. — 8 March 1861

ailt) gaielttgcuccr. Arteeiaa W>r4 tkr Skakrn. Artemt* W?rd. Is /cir..jjives some of bis *ar'-~*-g ike $b* k?s: I sot dow3 ;o tbe table. ssi the in tbf ce?! b*g pearerl out *uc i*-a_ S'te red nofbiB. aud for fere Bicit- the 01I7 live th;s?jr in lUt room old v??>dea dork, which tkfct ia a sabdood xs?i bash fa! msBfr in lb* r*ra*r. Tui- ?ieatUr stillam aiie w ?.?a;r, iii 1 crttrsic ed to U':k Ifl !'??:: or bwcl :f* I. -Tsirri*^ i; tfiu rc?ar rales. I Urete, atns T" 4"Y?t*' -Thr ?rs? Tjr strictly s^r,. I ?p?: T* *? Vij" -It's kinder ?tsr;*r," ?et I, p?tiia oa est mast nn>k =rd spctiis it a wie tia Tvlct, -:ba: k> fii: & esde ij Jttow t?Ttr frt-t hitch ?d to isn Hkeiy iellcr. ? ?N- B.?Sh? ? as cz*wn.rd of *-<d homely 4.4 *. stamp fecve, but 1 tbsv'l I ? licks: brr.] -i don't ilke afa.' she s?d, ttrr ?hon "Wall* i daefco." ki I, -ibfr e ?:brr an important part of ihe p^ais^ies. I doo'l fcarrtlj *e- bow we cc-n;J g.: *U?cs witboat*em_" "tTs po-r wiasm:* folks was'J gtf ...

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. — 9 March 1861

WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MOANING, MARCH 9, 1861. NUMBER 108 VOLUME 9. ?'lU.\TrJ> AMU PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTBLIilOBNCEU UriLUlNCS, JV. Ji. corner nf Quinty and Aiain-SU. T K It M R: J) iUy,(*?v mail, payable in nd vance, .....$?,00 By the W(*k...?i.,v4 ........... 10 Tri-W?*kly, (per year, payable in advanco.) 8,00 M&- Advertising done on reasonable term*. All advcrtl?iuents from a distance, or from transient city customers, most be paid in advance. INSURANCE. Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED I8lu. Capital & Surplus, $2,104,100.02. The ISC0MU of thit Company i< DOFDLK that of any other Fir* Iikhmuc# Corporation in Uit> United Static. Aaieta, January 1, 1860. Cash in hand, k Depo?lte*iu llartl'd B:iuks4234,448 46 Cash in tr.iusit, au 1 in haul* of Agents,.... 100,297 78 U. S. Tre^?. Not?*, awl accrued inivr*?t. 75.900 00 U. 8. Stocks, 5 perct. ?eml>anuual interest,.-160,750 00 Ileal Batateuuinrumberc-d.. ..75,990 00 du*? the Co.. socar?*d b...

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. — 9 March 1861

UilD gutclligcucer CAMPBELL * X'DEILMOT, ID1TOU A*r? PBOPMBTOSf. T K&Md.?Daily, delivered in citj, pur wwk, 10 ceni? Dai&v, by mail, la advmara ..**.? o TU>Wnm.bmU, inadmice,?.... 3,01 WimT,bj o?U,lii?annc%.>.M..M.M. 1,00 "w*HE EL"l N O : Saturday Morning, March 9,1861. On another page will be found the speech of Mr. Douglas, in the Semite, defining hi* position in regard to the policy of the Government. He avows thai Mr. Lincoln has taken the only tenable position to be assumed, in declaring that in accordance with his tttih he must regard the Union as still unbroken slid must do bb utmost to enforce the laws of the Federal Govern ment In all the States alike. This Mr. Douglas dees uot regard as a menace, for he thinks the President's policy ia intended to be, and will be peaceable, and as such be gives it bis hearty endorsement and support. And saeb a support we beliere true men of all parties ail over the coun try will give it. It was peculiarly proper that Mr. Doug...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 9 March 1861

gatt\i gntclltgcucetf *3. Largest Circulation ofuny Paper in. Western Virginia, "u* Saturday Morning, March 9,1861. jfaj-Ax Inox Mas Caxkd.?On Tlium day laet tlie working men of the Virginia Mills presented their manager, Mr. Taylor, : wi?h a fine gold-headed cane. Mr. Smith, ' one of the douors, made the presentation, and in doing so, iaid: Mr Taylor:?I have been deputed by the working u?en of the Virginia Mil!?, io ! present you with * fine, gold-tumded eanc, I out of respect to you as a gentleman ni d ; u ruauager, nud ** a token of our sympathy for the loug affliction imposed upon you ! by the rhematisiu. In doiug so, I wish 1 only to express the hope Unuyoa will ?oon be able to dispense with your cratches and ? use this ns a substitute. The following is Mr. Taylor's response, j Friesos and Fellow - \V ok km b>:?lu re- ! cciving this staff from your hands allow ' me to say: it is with feelings of emotion - that 1 express my grateful acknowledg- ' incuts aud thank*, not only f...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 9 March 1861

BBHI5D THE JtAKK. It vtt an oU distorted bee, An owoatb rough awl wiM; Y.t from behind. with ianjrijing face. Peeped the (real* bnuit; of a child. And so contrasting, Mrtiid bright, It made me of my tuKjr ask? If h?lf outliV wrinkled grimnesa might Be but the btbjr in the dmuU behind grap Inln and furrowed brow And wilh*?r**d brnk, tliat UP* puts on, , KkL, a< h- ?i*r? It. corae- to kunw How the child hides, aud Li not pw. For, while tin* inexorable ywr? To saddened feature* {It their tnoald. i Beneath the wurkol time and tears Waits N3Mthing that will not crow old! | And pals and p*tn1ance and rare. A ml wasted hope and sinful stain glnpe the ***mngc gain the *ml doth WMr, ? Till her yuutij Ufa look forth again. { The beant y of hi* tojrbood's smile.? What hitman faith could find at now In yonder man of jrrief and guile.-? A Terj Cain, with branded brow} Yet, overlaid and hidden, still It lingers,?of his life a psrt; Ae thencuthed pint* upon the hill { Holds the young fibre* at ...

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

aaaTi Trwb ano 'VLO ZVl&SGBSr VJ |,v,f/ ki'k ?3.@sr?f K . ?? ? . * ? f 7i". - ?! blu. n SWTfWW ? v ? [}'.??t * -li ?.iij nt. r '?T*0'< -VI V.*( \ cv>H<*i?i{*3f r.Ini^r/ jrlft Jft'l ill ?hoi( flj 4<>r3R?4' mT ?3IK idrkiUfeMci ' .t . : .. J} -If.i -/ . UuiqworfT nn tloli ,1 aV/ Mrf . :!<i1I .iK |j' J }-it Oils &?>:. iwiKM !-i fK'ijcsSrc: 1 ? W **? ') JiiVi'i- J ,tilT >0ktt ^?jiJ ;>:?! liwftii >xl o "*!} ' u"-7<r-,,: ? y-tfyrayrr* - tm&~i,nUW) tt.li ui l^awijrrriawrrWflT - ? -" - ^ VOLUME 9. WH'KKIilNO. V A..MONDAY ttQlgs'ING. MAIUUl U, ISG1. , JsHMBKR- U.9 BTTSTMiaHH. n A.-DTWC. I - ? ruuw ASU 1'UUUSIIKD BK CAMPBELL ;i rj/'l FJ/.Y/nfr-THW) H/.HI! Tri-Vrtkly.(peryear, jwyaMe In adranrfe.)... 49- Advertising ?!.aic- on roaaonablA terms. . All ad*ertise?net&ifiw$n"$ dfid^n^^frojp transient eity customers, must be paid in *draoc*.. ?. ,,i, " of surXnce:, r /ETNA SSS Insurance Co. ,ol IXCOIU'UIUT K ty i 81o; . Capital & 811 rplubi< Sj...

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

&?J'2^*2r* m ?fc 10 ?m W 11 K El I NO:" ~ jtoniUy Homing. irar-eh^y^ T *??? to n? that In "hi, --I V .?"Co.?.., fr0"d ?*?? fBio? man in VTrgini^r ?? -J other Sutr can tlkr. whtJb^ . that the President ha, the andonbted right r r* ' UW,? U?t P?*<H?S for the coltertion of the rerenne indoded. We I r ^"' re"?D wb*,h<! dr>cr>te? ? the CoDTenfon ,bon,d t.?. ? min,^ ia regard to that position. Kitber the right doe. or does not exist in U,e Uoeornment. If ? doe. exist, why ?fcooW MJ ^ who '"?rU ?" order and oppose iT TT" "d "*"*'? ^"te to ?ow \o harm can come of accu.noming our,elTe, l6 |,ok a., f.ir ?SIIe * the face, nor will it rom.pt u,e pohlic r the la* %CC"lam '* People to look noon ^ <:?,<Tnmtnt a, something not to be tniled with or violated with im d!T,,r" ?L,lbe **fct 0f ?r,r-P?*rr.lioB I do., not belong to the Federal Coaptation, " * h" N '*?? Qor power to pun," ' offenders, enforce its U.s, ,ud e*? It* provUum,. U? Constitnti^ u a nnllitr hnl^I! T gUT"',n,Mt...

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

_ . IiargeBt Circulation of any Piper in a ic Monday Morning, March 11,1861. ? A MAS TO WORK IN TO* OOUNTRYj ! r 1 Apply to mhlt-at A. C. PARTKIDOE. 0?-A Nioht Rid* axd Akkest.?On ! Friday evening last,. inform:tlion was re ceivcd b)' the |?olt?re thai one Iieurgo : Doyle, oce of the parties who recently \ .committed the burglary at the Hardware 1 ttore of Ott, Sou & Co., was rusticating nl ' II bouse near tlie National Kilitd,. about three miles east of West Alexander:1' Offi cers l'eoder aud Scroggins git a carriage and drove out to the place. The night was fearfully dark nnd after plodding for an hour or so, through lields nndover logs and fences, the officers succeeded in seizing Mr. Doyle's body. If the nngel Gabriel had cone to vuninion lifin ntjhat J hour of the uight Mr. Doyle could scarce ly have been" more aJtonishefl. ""ITe hccotn' )ianird the laws ministers rather unwilling nnd on his way to town confessed the whole burglary. He said the window was broken open about ...

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

rr ni" rc^TJ'or;: f???'8j:: -?.i?''?>'1 <lown to'lLc rilliKr. ' ?. . Ige- 1 8? ? little ??"! 11k l?..t i "VuM ? ?""?"?<* s &k,, thing. So erlr tii'rt mV'it rV?"""".! but one! nnrl tl>..< '? ?IXI nlM>oxnImv 1 niU.^' di.l? t ?W .U?"iU4,n'f''1- 1 '""ij II" Mil m Ik'puo fur iii ki,h<,.. # people ftrrtTlUr S"^rn,> *?? Uorsieroilltiu '^ holl,r .?,| iHr, in ? Hi, ..iriuv I5 .* ?" ",Urr hi? ninth,? ;,rtu& ssssss1 ?>?.? in of Hum l,aa SfSS^esdS 2ri?&SSP?Ww-! ? err rcsncctrulitf 1 M* ? .. wm* ?"?? nu tinner cm \ ?rj respectfully jour* *T A* ?u> ruK?i J1' REVOl IMaloU, | Mnm.r4li0! 1M* ISiT: 1 'IrS&uVf^lir^f^hyVA1# "?'-9PAUW ..I th. Ui.llr.1 ?u?.Jf4{f, >35t272i2? *?"> # r,-l*; nr.- uniform In ill ,V*!fl!!*it*ntaa>"'' ? ??f?. *11 r, wrrlcabl*M M IS. i.'i-ion-l.. wlditK a^ well A? CBRiiln.. ^j?.^ hunJml ?Nyi. ,w?l ?ll |^ ??? .n I ?????sail rtoal.t^na.1 ih. "1"" AtMrpn, Swrrlur v ?**?li? Sftiemllv lS,m,LVT A..M8 M,N.,.(i ro. Srssaat-Si!5!? 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. — 12 March 1861

mcwaa waKi uuia J [i :: ? ? -v. nfc - i:: u G, MARCH 1*2, 1SG1 NUMBER 1W VOLUME 9 ut.ilH \ .. : kJ .T'X . x ami* euBLiaiiKD ot ^ Q CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, 1NTKLL1GE3TCER DUII.DINOB, y. K. ror?er ?f Qu iney awJ J/utn-.Ss TE I* M H : Daily.<by mail. payable in By the V ....... 10 Tri-lVeekly. (per year, payable in adTancfc)L?8,00 jtST Advertising done on reasonable terms. All ad verti-ementa ftom adistaooe, or from transient city caitomrn, nmst bo paid In advance.' " IN SUBAH16E . ^TiNTA. Insurance Co, ol INCOliPOitATEDjiSXO. i ? . - . ; '?J) ? ? Capital & Surplus, $?,!*M3100.02. The IXOOMK of this Company la DGUDLF. tlmt^f any other Fire Jusur *aco G?rp ^ration in tM 11. UaiUn] State*. Assets, January 1, I860* ,ni. Cash in lii:i.l. * Unitesin llarn'd ltank*Tfc?4,448 48 Caih iu transit, aud in ban<l?of Amenta,....100,2*7 78 U. ITrtif. .V?tcf au-l accrued interim t, U.?. Stocks, 5p<-rct. H^tuUinuqal luf Ileal Rotate aaiumwtareiL. .w M>uty ^aeonreil Ky_i ... lJcl.~*llud...

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

fgjulg gntcHigeucc* ~CAKPBELL ti'MEMOT, editors x*d propbiktgo*. T JEKMS.?Daily, deUrcrM in city, per week,.10 cent? Djult, hy mail, In %dx*nc*j.-... 0 TUAIuxur,bj null,inadnace 2,M WUKLT, Ly m*n, InadTanc#,... 1V0C W H K K I. I N O : Tuesday Moniing,_Jfarch_12,1$81. W? h*ve a dii|Mteb from Washinglon, this morning, stating that Mnjor Amler?on has sent word to the Government that ho lias provisions only for fifteen days, ami that either he must be reinforced, or sur render. The Goverument in halting what it shall do in the terrible dilemma in which it finds itself left by Mr. Buchanan'* Ad minUtration. Aud a terrible dilemma it is, most truly, bat yet ono which must be looked fair in the face. To reinforce May. Auderson is war?certain war. To abnn don the fort, surrender it to the conspira tors, evacuate the property of the United States, and iugtoriously march out, is, it seems to us, worse than death?worse than conflict with all its horrors. God only knows what Is the duty of 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. — 12 March 1861

inflU 9 .w ?3_ liirgeat Circul&tion of any Paper m Western Vir?ini*.-fc? ?-? ^ ~Ttl ,-i Tuesday Morning, March 12^1861. WANTED. A MAS TO \rbllK IN Til* COUXTItf/ Apply IV uUil 1-^i A. C. PAATRrDGJ5. JgyA ^L-KEB Ca8* OK ISRAXITY. Mr*. Caroline Ingle, a German wouiau whose husband is si locksmith, doing business on { Market square, was yesterday examined in lbeT>l?erifT* office ber.?re Ksquires Woods. . McConntll anil Colts, upon n complaint of1 insanity, that she might be properly dis- ? posed of. Several physicians and others, acquainted with Mrs. Iugle, were present. Her Apparent mental dmu^mentwas d'.s- , covered about two years ago, nt. which ! time she insisted thsit her husband had j poisoned her. Dr. liingel w*s her physl- I cian, and she has repv-it^dly said Ihiii thatr gentleman bad stolen jnojfQiropi'Jier aml-j attempted to outrage her period'.. Shesaid i yesterday that Dr. I) in gel had broken into.; her house and taken her money?that 1)*/ had also takeu her heart 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. — 12 March 1861

fflflfr j|tttclliflCUCC?. -. ^ Tc. I ?^Lminer.UfW. 1'nk unk liii gun end t. * <bortdislanr? frointtie cnmp,nn<l "*bot * _cuU?*?t oh?ecvfnjr, ittfic tune, the i. 1 "old b*ir, who viu nc*r ?l bmd," tcndjr Xn ?rrnge the dcutlT of brrtijf spring. The hunter &| prone-bed bis j^sme Willi no ex : s^.?was?sKrfe . panions io st-e Lim march into their midst with iin ample supply o?_teuder bear's n; t'o.fiis surprise, ttesaw a Urge "bear bounding toffcfd lym.'Very much de termined t? demonisli bins at a tsinglt* meal ? Onr hero dropped his guo and starUd off 'lilt-a frightened fleer down -hill. His companions saw him 'tearing terough the brosfe, and inquired the csnse or his great baste, to which he replied. u(Jrt your gung ready for a that. Tm bringing her right into canp." Tho bear beat a retreat at the appear ance of reinforcements, and our hero sauk exhausted on the ground, in the midst of his startled fellows. A canal-boat from Pittsburg was, tome years since. floating down 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. — 13 March 1861

. ItiVTKD AND FL'BUISUrO BT ,/ CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, INTELLIGENCER BUILDINGS, iV. K. cvmrr of Quinc* and Matn-SU. T K RM Sr Dsil v. (by mall, payable in advano?,y_??....? $6,00 By the Week 10 Trl-W.-ekly, (per year,payabl e In advance,)?i~... 9/30 Advertising dnne on reasonable terma. All ad vertlsemeuta from a distance, or from transient city customers, moat be paid la advance. INSURANCE. ^E3T3SP .A. 'J Insurance Co. of Hartford. | I SCOltl'OBATF.R 1810. Capital & Surplus $2,194,100.02. The INOMK of tliU Company in DOUBLE that of auy other Fir* luanrance Corporation In the United State*. A*sets, Janaarf 1? I?60. Cash in hand, A DepotitMin ilarttM Bauk^ta^lM 46 Cash la tranait, and Inhatulaof Agents, ltVJ,'i97 78 U. S.Treas. Note*, and accrued interest,..,...75.?? 00 U.8.3tocks,5 porct. semi-annual itfterest^lMJSO 00 Beat Estate ttnin :ui?herod.................?*?.~.75,9M 00 Money due th? Co.. secured by Mortgage,........464 75 Ixl.Jtliud C lOo. BM*. 0 pr.ct. *e?nl-an. Int .,...

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. — 13 March 1861

gailggateilig tnttx *CA KPBELI & JC'DESIOT, miou im nHruiTou. 'IML-Diai,Mlnn4l>d>i. prr ntk, 16 r??? t l)m.l,hy ? ??"' . J/rv W H E E I, I N G: Wednesday Mormittg, Mirth 13, '61. Thk polln1 M tbe Administration in re spect lo Port^Sompter !.** not j?-t Imnf- * pired, and w?.bare notfcio? saore definite tiao we Wad jwi*r<b|. We bare new* from NtwV+rfc tbjt nUtdre'^wr^ tions ar*>?ra^etow^getiinff ready U>? w? V^NueCui Brooklyn .^i^Twd, and is foijpi^ostd tbat tfcese rntfk ar? t+ be feot Howib with reinforcement*.?* TbU, of course, camoi be koowi. until; "tbe T??eli get tbttr esittng orders. There' >? so doubt, end there ought to be none, that the Kresident win dm give op tbe furls unless be fiuds liioutelf ?boU>- with out tbe nnm to retain (b^mjind even not thf?, ire tmt, except upon an stuck wbict be Is j overlrii to r**i?t. The ques tion of government or no government should be ? a tbe 4 to its uttermost l*a~th. We can oike only one atierirpt to isve it? ' 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. — 13 March 1861

? nilg g n t ellitjTf iteiasi ?B- largest Circulation of any Taper ul ? Western Virginia. ~?t ? - I Tf+ |J^ T> jj Wednesday Morning, March 13^ ; frztr ATrail blhTbauy~3VJVo c>a; Man* fl Shoots Anotubb and tubs Kills IFixsblk. ; ?\V?r regret to announce that a shooting | nffray of a periods character occurred ? tt the Spring House about 2 o'clock jester- \ tiny morning. Two yonug men named ! Richard Hidden and James P. McLane, with others, were talking fogetber, when! a dispute aro?e between the two we baire named. Not withstanding r^veral ?harp words passed it was generally regarded as :? joke and McL-uic, etartif.g outr teas fol lowed )?y Hidden. The former drew a pistol, and Hadden, supposing the pistol not to be loaded, .still advanced, when McLnne fired, the ball entering !Iaddenrs left breast, directly over the heart. Had- ' den still supposed, for thrsjjnee'of a couple minutes, that a cap had merely efp!odedi ami was only cunviuced to the contrary, ^tiifn he reeled and 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. — 13 March 1861

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