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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 14 March 1861

iiraavoA 3.K?2A.1-00 rt3T?-|j iw.m i i a ?}< ? 3? ??.???] I, ??? . TSMJiT ?/ HBHW . ,1i U "f - J ?? .!/; ?*?-.. iiFci **"?? ; / 1 * ;rii;j;! -;.i :'i?r nr'TrrrtTJ Yfi'T ? ? Vifi'-.? ^.-21 "w r.i?r". *'?"-*'* ? na WHEEtjINGl miTT? i/l^D?>:- ->vr.3</ 5'fy,i;: >K.bo <1 ii, ??*& -?'<??. ri:j ;jw5*>sal^i J>Ii*>iU:?l/: , OI ^ nn l.-j-iin le ' taoni S.WJ KMHSlfUftlr?*T ICf - ..<* IT i?->L-b lie jo) >iu - pi ^t^una df*. ?JQl| i., 'imyjuj Mil "a'J V.ivW1 'u;> NUMERIC 172 ovsfc.f^ZT"i37itHn^T^tAS~'?n?*7r7^:>i ~v-:..HT2T t*ii ,t>d;:dtx1J io tgaiRiL?iK uonc^iv *nosi)h oat la z-? ? sit?*? fc^no") t- " h m MIMrtf'ifttt) XKHJ^Ki M&- Advertising dun?on reasonable term*. AU advptilMmsnte (row adfataifce, or lA*n transient, ?lty eutMnn mut b? paid in tdruc*. J - . ^ ? . ? .- - - - - ?;?;-; - ?* - " INSUJftANiOE^'i ti/iaoo.1,. insurame Co. of ilftptford. 1 NCOItl'ORATED 1810. Capital & 8uryliiM, $ J,194(100.02. The INCOME of thin Coajwnv I? D...

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. — 14 March 1861

?aH? gniffttgettce* A XPBELL~& it'DEEMOT JKMTOUk A*D PEOPmiBTOU. 11KM1?DiaT.dtUrwij la dty, p*r wwk, 10 ceat ? ??ll< laa?lvanc?^_:.i V* ??. bymfl, tnadrura, 1,0* W H E E L I N g1 " ; Thnrxity Morning, March 14,1861. W* ban cheering newatromRichmoad, ' thh mornipg.. Judge Summers' powerful j Onion - speech bns struck deep into the ranks of ihq traitors, and -{las scattered them far and wide. They now acknowl edge the iatposaibillty.of passing a seces sion ordinance, bat- ooufbit thtoulrei with the melancholy hope that some ^iay or other, in some uncertain panlo post fn turetlme, Virginia wUl be obliged to Be eede. Kow tw*t the tefgraph inform* as that It i is* well ascertained and.even an admitted i fact among the disoniooisl* at Richmond, ' that no secession ordinance can be passed, we do not see why the Conventiou shoold not pass an ordinnnceof Adjournment, and scatter. That is the ordinance which a jna jorttjr of the penple want to see passed.? As Mr. Willey, is the extract...

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. — 14 March 1861

?nity Largest Circulation of anV Paper in Western Virginia,-?* " 1 ? ??" U-ZOl Thursday Morning, March 14, '61-c. _ t^j-DEiTif orlliciixRD HxnDrjf.? ard Hadden, tlm uinn who waa 'shot by'j young McLaoe; at tbe Sprigg Uodm oo Tueid?j'inorning, nnderctrounituccs with which our reader* (ire already familiar, di<M aboot 2 o'clock yesterday atthtf residence of J. M. McCuurtney, on Market street. Tbe death ot. Haddyti ant}, tie' terrible suicide of McLooe were talked of all orer the city yesterday. We do . not know when such a fearful tragedy baa be fore occurred in ibis city. ?* ? One circumstance, intimately connected with this case, it may not be Improper to ' mention. Our reader* will remember, that , some months ago the city was sturtied i .with the announcement of lh< death, of.,1 unmanageable *bor?f, He House, east of Ibis city, and was so severe- < ly injured, that death resulted several ] hours afterwards.. Young ilcLune waaaV ( intimate associate of Thompkins, arid Was ...

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. — 14 March 1861

, ,h bi* 'in. the ?w^ll, in fHct,tp4o in the worlas^ruid hit mind, hot he was of bet^'iniJ nerSUn' temperaoeBt morn Fog be'cume down 10 bneafaitjit,'look ing pale, il^ aadnltogflbtr. moclT MgiUtcd. His mother.and sisters anxiously and ?4g but upon uiamulhci a taore.urgenlly press ing him, be confessed tbat.be,bad a.dreain wbicb disturbed and troubled him. I ought to have stated that he held some poaition in the cathedra!?or?* a minor etuion. or. something or tbat ttorl?nnd he said that, be bad dreamed ho .was in the vestry there, and. looking over the re gister, when, latest among the entries of burial, be had read bio own name, age, and all correct. There waa.no mUtake ; the writing woe all clear, fre?b and Irgible. Well, the; laughed at him,, and rallied him, and though he vh evidently much Impressed with what be bed sera, after the lapse of ? da; or two he shook off hie de jection, and was the same as ever. Then again be appeared a second liif ? at the breakfast-table in the same...

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. — 15 March 1861

1'JUMfcD AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLir.EXCER Bl'ILDlXGB, X. K. c rwr ?./ Quinri/ and JIaiu-Stt. TERMS: OiUy./bjr nihil, pn.vablo In advance). .... ~f5,00 Bjr thfr N>*k.. jo I Trl-W. - *ly,(p<T year,payable in advance.) 3^00 47* A.Irertiiing done on reasonable terms. All advert fctementa from a distance, or from transient ; city customers, niunt be paid in advance. INSURANCE ^3ET 1ST A. Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED I8I0. Capital & Surplus, $2,194,100.02. The INCOME of this Coiupnnv is DOUBLE that of any other Fire lu-tur ?no< Corporation in the United Stutr*. Assets, Juauaiy l, i860. Cash in bonil,i:Di)pMl(?Miii Itartl'd lhukii231 448 4R & transit, ami in b:ind? of Agents,.... looiswi 78 }i-*rotes' and accrued i"tereat,..;_76.wo 00 u. v. stork*. a perct. Memi-annual ?uterest,...150,760 00 l^eai E?tat? unin'nimben*ii ..75i)flfl 00 2m? i? 1 0 l'r-ct-'cml-an. fnt.,1 1,080 60 Kills ItwrfrUile. amply securod, .v.. .. 7 uifl ftA other MivcWl...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 March 1861

Ifailg CAMPBELL 4 M DEKMOT, ' ?D1T0B8 AXB PKOPRIETORS. * VB1I&?Daily, <teUr.r.d la dlj, j*r w??k, 10 ceut 0 Dinr, by maO, Id advano*. Tu*WimTtb7 ouO, inadruee. 2,0% | Wxzu.T,bjr mail, in advance,... 1,0 b . ""w HEELINOI = j Friday Morning, March. 15, '61. W* hate interesting foreign news this morning, bj the arrival of the Etna at New York yesterday. Wb have a dispatch jnst in time to ter- | rify the nation, as to what the Charleston ! Courier says about the preparations for war down in Charleston harbor. Of course the Courier makes them ont very terrible. Tai Charleston Evening JWtrs says there has been no confirmation of the report that President Davis had vetoed the act of tbo Congress of the Confederation suppressing the African stave trade. Tbk Nicaraguans are getting imprndent since onr secession movements, and the last steamers advices state that they say they are now a match for either of the North American Governments. There is a report from Lancaster, that Mr. Bucha...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 March 1861

aUu internum** Largest Circulation of any Paper tn Western Virginia.~6? Friday Morning, March 15. '61.. BEMOVAIi. l> BROW hsi reaiored hl? Watch and Jew I J #ir? ?tora from No. 118 Main ?trMt to No. 2 Washington Hall, Monroe ?tr??t, ofipoaite.the McLura llou?? _ 1111115 jP^CaREYINQ CONCEALED Weapons.? The practice of carrying concealed wea pon* is becoming so common in this city ?s to occasion serious alarm for our boast ed civilisation. We venture to say, with out any positive evidence of the fact, that the dealers in fire-arms will bear us out in the opinion that the number of deadly weapons sold within the last year is vastly greater than any previous year in the his tory of their business. Wo think It would be safe to estimate that the number of pistols and knives that are now made con stant companions of our young men is at, least one third as great us the number of young men themselves. Boys, Coo, hot ont of their teens, go swaggering about, armed to the teeth, and so do ma...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 March 1861

gaittt guteHigciicct. THK DROWIY SPRAKEK. BY W. XiCKVOKTB rK.U?.. Om Hiring tAf Speaker Asleep in kit Ckair during wc if 1kt tkbate* a/ the firwi Rtfurmt* Ftiriia ant Sl(?p. Mr. ?p*?k?r. 'tie aurelr Uir. ltjom wjtrt ia jtmr Ui tUt you should la Looder ud looictr jk.tt they jr?*, Ton iad Radical, aad .*(? Zalkla* by ni^cbt. awl talking by 4?r. Sleep, Mr Speaker. u?rp while van may. Sleep. Mr. Speaker: alumber Um Light a?d brief oa a ?p#tkfr'? ?jr?, PleiJea <t JTnn. in a tuiante or tm, Smm dto rdecfe tbirg wilt dec .BlotVOI (Imw nfMany. flerp, Mr. Sj^ArT. *Ieep whn* jot mi*. Slfep, Mr. Speaker. Sweet to **en T? In* -Jeep that cometh but now and then. SwM to the w?-*ry. ?w?*t to the <H. Sweat to the cbiMran that work la the mlU You bare e*>re need of repoea tiuiitltff, Sleep, Mr. Speaker, deep white jou omt. Sleep, Mr. Speaker, Harvey will mmb Move to aho;?h the >nnac J the Boots - -flame wftl no doubt be taking the iwh ?Jf (be Ilooee on a quvtion of rixteen pence. Stateame...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 March 1861

VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MO^NI^ MAfcCH 16, 1861. NUMBER 174 i KIVJ r.2> AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, l\TKLMREXCEB IIV1LDIXGS, .V. E. airu'X nf Quincjf and Jlain-Sts. TKltMSi I? *ilv-'l?y ninil, payable in ad ranee,). .. -45.00 isj the Week ? ........... 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable In mlrnnce,) 3,00 ?2r Advertising done on reasonable terms. A11 ad if. rtf seme ut* from a distance. or from transien t City customer*, must bo paid in adrauce. I N SUBiA N CE "^T3STaT Insurance Co. of Hartford. i NCOIU'OUATI-:u 181U. Capital & Surplus, 82,11)4,100.02. The INCOME of this Cuuipinr l? DOUBLE that of ?jiuy other Fire Iu*ur?nce Corporation in the United Stated. AmetN, January 1, 1860. Cash i u tuuel,A |)vpMlt?tfiii ilartiM ll>mks.$231,4-t8 48 Cash in transit, an i in handsof Agents,?..ltfo 097 78 U. a. Trc.i*. S<Ho*. an J accrual interest,... ...75,900 oo U. S. Stoc!u, 5 per ct. neml-annual interest,... 15G.7&0 00 ileal Estate nuiiiMimbereiL ..........

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 March 1861

gaiig gttteiligeucc* CAMPBELL & H'DEEMOT, EDI TOM ASD PEOPE1ETOE8. T KKM3.?Daily,delivered Id city, per week, 10 ewU Dailt, by mail. In advance? Tu-WuztT, by mail, in kdrtnee 3.0it , Wseelt, by men, inadnuwe, ? l.Gv ""wheeling^ : Saturday Morning. March 16. '61. Ufwabds of one million papers of veg etable and flower seeds bare been put np Ht the Agricultuial Division of the Patent Office, in Washington, within the past sixty days, and sent to members of Congress for distribution. The National Intelligencer says?"It is gratifying to learn that the gentlemen who 'seceded' from the Inst Congress have been supplied with their quotas of seeds, and that in no instance has any objection been made to the receipt of these valuable contributions to the comfort and to the adornment of every ru ral home. The floral and horticultural links in the chain of Union remain un- 1 harmed^ The other day in explaining why he re- ! i mained in the Senate, Mr. Wigfall's unfath- 1 omable impudence led h...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 March 1861

*5- Largest Circulation of any Paper m Western Virginia.~?& Saturday Morning-, March 16, 61. teJ-Ax liioi-KUiiXT ix Low Life. Cu pid, the innocent little infant to whom Tennyson is supposed to liave aliaded wheu lie spoke of the Lutx ihit Offer*found it* farllily clute, has beet: a great benefit toua in the way of affording items. Il ban always been bis particular province to sboot arrows into the leader hearts "f susceptible voting peo ple and nuke them do things which a sym pathizing public likes to bear ahout. Some six months ago an enterprising young man, iu the soup cake and wheel of fortune line, dropped down upon us here, and was soon the recipient of one of the infant's arrows shot from the bright eyes of a maid of all work, in the service of one ol our neighbors. Our soap friend, whose per sonal appearance was certainly no "evi dence of the evidence of the efficacy of the article be olfered for sale, wua Very attentive to the maid, and filled her ears and charmed her se...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 March 1861

|mjg guicHigcucct. 8SKOT?a?saa an i i, i. Ta?liug?t of Pancb. The last received Punch contains seve ral flings at America: none of them very sharp, however. One ia a picture called "Yankee Subtlety," and representing two youths violently, smoking, and holding she following colloquy: Voting Merchant? "What do I do? Why I attend to the fi nesse ? detriment?do all the finessing, you know/' ? Friend-?"Fineisjp^ What en thunder's that?*' Younjs Merchant? "Wby, ivhen nny feller owes the concern ?uoney and wont pay, I go and make him, or knock his darned old tieadoIThls shoul ders.*' The cartoon is called ??Seasonable advice?-i*ut by for a Frosty Day.' Neat little Mr. Pnncb accosts a laborer who is about entering a gin-palace and directs, with his umbrella, attention to the Post Office Savings Banks hard by. The laborer seems to reflect. The following very weak doggerel is suggested by Sum ner's "twin relics*'? SLAVERY AND MORXOXIr*Jt. '?The Patriarchs of old l?aJ slaves," The Planter crie...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 18 March 1861

NUMBER 175 WHEELING, Y A., M ON DA Y MO UN IN G, MARCH IS, 1SG1 VOLUME 9 A.\l> i'VHUdllKU BIT. CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, l.VTELliIGK.\CEB IH1LDIXGS, yi ?c?ni'r "/ (fuincy ami Mam-Sit. T K UMS: XI iRv.(hy mull,payable in ad ranee,). 45,00 l!y t!if Wcfk - 10 TrIW?*.k!y.(per year,payable in advance,) 3,00 Advertising d??ne on reasonable terms. A II advortlaements from a distance, or from t ransient city castomera, must be paid in advance. IN sun A N CE . V-- . " ?. ^sxisr^ Insurance Co. of Hartford. IXCOIU'OKATKU 1810. Capital & Surphis,S2,191,100.02. The INC J MB of this Coinpiny i* DOURLR that of any other Fire Insiir ?uce Corporation in the Uiiitt.*| States. A*<eta? January 1, 1SGO. C.ith in 4iaud,*Depo?ittMiu Hartt'd lltulu,$231,449 48 C ub in transit, an.! inlntt'Uof Agetitii I0o,297 1H t'. S.Treas. Note*, ttni accrued intercut, 75.900 uo IT. 3. a tucks, 5 perct. seiul-aunual interest,... 150,750 00 Jie.U Estate utiiii*n!u>>?n*d .. 75,996 00 M may dm- tho Co* ??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. — 18 March 1861

CAMPBELL & M'DE&MOT, BDITOB8 AXD PROPBIKTOKS. T SUMS.?Dailt,delivrred in city, per week, 10 cent t Daut, by mail, lo Minoce. Tu-Wuut. by mail, la wlvuc^..... 3.m? WnUT,by mall. in advance.... 1,0b \V HUE ELlNG: Monday Mornuig.March 18,1861. WK publish an interesting extract from an editorial letter in tbc M organ tow n Star. Richmond is petting pretty hot when the Democratic Dent has to speak out in that Mtyle. We have hopes of you yet, Marshall. Onk of the most remarkable cases?re markable as to the amount involved, the difficulties attending its prosecution, the perseverance ami heroism displayed by the parly most largely concerned?was deci ded by the Supreme Court of the United States last week. We, of course, allude to the celebrated suit of Mrs. Maria (Raines, relict of the late Gen. Gaines, for the re covery of the property belonging to the estate of her father. Daniel Clark. The case turned upon the legitimacy of the plaintiff, and the extraordinary qualities exhibite...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 18 March 1861

girilff fufeUigeucet il, UumUUod <ft *ny F?p** I? WnMi Virfiaift.1* Monday Morning. Much 18, 6L Household k kltcben Furnliure FOB SALE. mfrMtr. AT Til* imti* ttxtriapar ij. 1 UV4UO, M Muk.t ?r~l. it..! ??! ?tu ', ,, (tltMUMUfJiHl/. ,?b,, - ^ jyr|)uLL?? or esublltbreaati ?'? apriaging t?'" aitaivncv ?II orer llw country, where porcfcaMwi of J.*?!rj MR g?l Ibrir "choice for one oil- 1 Inr." Bsery ??? b t?a "gbt lu Mil prelly i near every barod*?a article he pleaaci. for out dollar, or ?? oiutb ?? be can *el, bat tboae whu bey them b*>? * right to know m bat tbey arebnyla/. Itil ourdui y In do Justice 10 legillniale J?w? eri, '"d ?'"'"It ao, we menu lo do no tnJulllM lu Ibosc in the "dollar liar."' Tin- principal composi tion u?d lo lb* manufacture of lb? dol lar jewelry la turned OrttJe, and is limply ! no ricrllpnt rjoaKly of braai. It Is Ihe ' loort posill'e imitation of gold that has I rmt l/rrn duttortro]; if wear* like it?tiol; dlwolnrlng atoyihluK K louche!, as com mon bra...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 18 March 1861

gtailg giiifHigcnccr m II# Umdm MUM* Twgutiter f 11*14 Tagulber S Mm4 W.fifcw' fcnM I't'lUr' f?w* mm fSartVa t*? *iwi ?"I-Ur. W? M? W*-*kl?raa Jf ?? HJfl?l?r Tfctwujb a J lilw ofc <af?<twr IWH ?n<( nta'rb iw ?l~f / VfkUf 7U ill II*+r If Ibtujn, l.*<rtW UU lo*atb-i P??w. ?y eWWiou: dawd t jftbuf** flaM f-tfMbatf Ir^-I VigHUr' Hffttg in>l M^b ? wIkI? W>x4Mll?J ?M 4lt U? rttfUI* I, 1U#V '*?r mWi td**J tub* TVw?. -r llark' thiHr^Wytfii'!*. aflnchtr I, "HiMtut l*M fc.?rtiW I'cv r, Mir (WUrru' t'wl lo*<jtbaff* KUud Ittgrtbff? bold )?#?, !*/? ll9*p>rt4 UKJtk lh* txMklkj Of lb# liMt tbrir# ?M*ti?kin/ TImI wii> n>i?"ft?**k tUw w(.filter TUf twuhl f?"t O.rlr tblfat If aUki?{ Wlib ?h? 1c*"\>*n .*#* ?<? ufclns. Maud M-l t.*Hb*r! 0*m> jtwt Uifnlbfr' fund 0?Hb*r' fwW .411 ??i*r falbrr?'b"t>*'< d* Fhall ?? I" ??ir ?<???? I* U*tln* lllMtw ?rn A???? ?lirili#r All lb#lf fi>t*?r*aKal]l-? frtwlm fur Ihia |lKIM mi rvCrirvlfM.' ^Ulft li^rl}?r?f lid-l |'&...

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

.aamavuA ?ba orf }i&st5r<i )M?i^WvOtiiniir<r AtuiuflV VUooiS fire TMMM'Pf. fu r.y. ' ? * ^ HU > ? . Bii ?*>! #s! 3 i? UiiXi^ ?. " Tf .?>, -. - ?? mi .iv r -* no r/s^P-i |* r?hdiot? ?; up lo ?-.!] jtfcp ifctumli nd -vn b VOLUME 9 WHKM JNC, va NUMIiKR 176 MAROJI l?. 1S6I ? dIrit^kti ?IC nil baa wolr?t > CAMPBELL &M'DERMflT UTKLLlliKKCEH BVILP^^S, X. K- corner ?</ (juincy ami Main-Sts. ? 18/ ) ?!/HH T RR;?^I Daily. /by mail, payable itt advance,). ny tur w*+k..... i. Tt l-HYakly, (per year.'fiayable In advanco,).... jfg- Aiivertifling done on reasonable term*. i ,?i All advertisements from a distance, tftfrom transient city customers, mn?t be paid In advance. ' " INSURANCE tan (J ^ITNA ? I Insurants Co. of llMtfQrd.| incoiipobatku xsxo. Capital & Surplus $2,1Mi100.02. I , , .T .tiu Hr this Company 1* JJOUBLR .that of | Th\l??X* &Xv?v?/.rpunu^t. th. 7 United Stated. . i.lcU. January 1, 18GO. _ . . tiiiuJ 1 Dep MiteJl? Uitti'dBanluj2S4,448_tt | in tra...

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

CAMPBELL ft X'DEEXOT, SOJTOE8 AXD MOTIXRaU. . TItVL-4)inrtd?BTmdijidtj, per wttk, 10 e?a! ? IS ,t>ad.UKbm_ l.M. W HEELIN O : Tnctday Morning, Mtrch 19. I88L ?AST one -who wants to oe posted'well, rr+d tbe article od our first pnge^ entitle*. "Kaeti for i Soothefn Read?r." Xsitm m4 Thliift in rar Confrei- f ?ioaal, gcsatox^sX uulrOclcgatc Olt. trie Is. - : * Incase Virginia does not Mtedf, and Shfe will not be very apt to?tficre will be a!. Mar election in these parts for a Congress man, a mesnber of tb?Ben?t^ ami i#b mem bers of tbe House of Delegates. As vet a dead calm about these elections prevails. No one. not even tbe politicians themselves, seem to b? concerned about tbem, consid ering them?and very properly too?as te toUlly subordinated to tbe great question of Union and dis-t*nion. tb s calm, bow ever, cannot Inst loo#. Aa It becomes more and more certain that ibe State will not ' secede; public attention, and especially tbat of tbe candidates, will be drawn j away from R...

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

Largest Circulation of Any Paper "id Tuesday Morning, March 19/61.-? Xitibio Acciiiest at IlKi.f.TiiBt'? On S iturdnj morning last &n accident of n ratli~r serious character occurred at lirilaire. A train of cars of tlis C. nod P. Kond wuJ standing on the side track. The morning train on the Oeutral' Ohio Riil. roud started to back up to Bridgeport as n-iial, and n switch haviug bccunc<.i<lehir ally left open, the latter train was forced upon ttie side truck, when the hindmost cur came in colliiion . wit|i the C, and P. engine. The engine split the car fairly in two. for halt iu length, and the steam Issuing from the hoilfr soon almost oh s -ured the wreck from view. Thr car Win occupied by Capl. John Moore, bis wife, little child, and a I.i'djr from Wellsburg,..nil ?t whom *f?. n,;pt - .Moore's bead waj?ai?gii?lh tho wrr " held, as if by a vice^jintji/ removed, His wife's arm was t ut aud bruised in several ?.litre?, anil the child was slightly scalded. - The Wellsburg la...

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

faitn JfuteUigcntH. [From the Wheeling Virion of TharvUj tux.] Yestcrdtfy two qaiet feoera) processions phased through (be mu?ldr streets nadgleft their boniest in the same grave-van!. A daily tight, common enough, yet it test a thrill or horror to the beans of the people. There seemed to be a new and ajrlnl tig. nificance in the black hearse, the bent beads and gloomy silence of mourner'. - Life does grow tawdry and trivial in -a town. We crowd to closely on each other in church or street that love and hate, re ligion, death itself are bot shallow com TuonpUces. We live like men on a lajra covered valcano,-in a treacherous, sham way. Now and then the deep undercur rent of tragedy breakt oat, as in the spec tacle of yesterday, and we stop and shudder for a moment. Only for a moment To morrow we will go on, trading, drinking, fighting as if wehad'never beard this sto ry of U'Lane.and ffaddra. What is the story? Twojranngmen met accidentally under the influence of iiquor. Young men wh...

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