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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 20 March 1861

.7>i.r tiHtXl voluSS y. WHEELING. t'l Jio-fj <!.<*?? ?& t? A ktfXif i{*f m Ml W **r'Wfymtrvi'uyiv* VK INBUBANGE. F.TiVW'Tlra^--3--~a -tvarr ^:tna Iiburanec Co. #f Hartford, . INCOHPOItATI&i; 1*1?. ; CaplM A SnqMs ^WMWiOl JTW f*C4?B C-?ymf k VOCBUt tkrt? My fdtw n? iM(4aE? I 4|Wf?(i?ft ia IIm < L'afewl A?Mti|iu?arf lf I960* Cm tit* b**f. i topilirtf n l U? A?4.3MW <* ttsaw^aacssR: U. ijUMfiUL ft |Ntfc4. wwHMJUt i>?(f f?neiM l**#4 vtUMMt 4?kr? m'?U " U?<M W wHk^Uli ?*>t 14*111 v. to feKwwpMl Of MrrMVIIiLC, AUBMAHU CO. VA. UU>m ALBEMARLE INSUBANCE CO, - ? ' or oiuMUntiviuii, va. f PcnnsylfanliTlasuriincc Co. ? We -I / ;tw iiTruium/Ui. ox Innuiaillh (pgy^jj [j, 0? IMMIMUKOcrA. - ? fl3 Mmi* lUf* AWIHAMHP OOMl'ANr,*** M*i L?t?1lt ?*??*??1, to 1MHT nr?t?r*t Co' ttfc* rtolr I tMMtfwtftoiffU BmIMImrc MwhHMWjr. ? AwWiift ******** lihMiNilMiiMailh?krM^tri?tloA of Mwclura A00U0K1K* *>t ln*?rMKt ?lll W4 phmpily ?t MfrHfrr PwfMwrtfc*! 8?cr?ury<'.t ? ?? * *...

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. — 20 March 1861

gxitggiitUifwu OAXfUM* rMBMOi;*7 mtou aii noriuiou. f IHU^P>nrtliiwil 1? ?tly, fr wt, M w?>? fomtrakiutaK?? Ut WH8EIIS o'i yWntoy Mwrfic. Kttdi to. Mmn X. P. gmitwmtt, ?, D. %**? nu, m4 ?tkw ftaiitntt, iron Wbtti lafi art motll It tit lot PkllndrlfAla Mr. W R. Thififi who btt tot ? it. porttr for tbt !?. T. Phi it Wttbltnttt I*, n mtj tht diiptUhu, tppoUlrd CNMl-Otami *i Altitidrfo, Kfjrpt. Wt ettgrmttUlt Mr. Tbtjrm. Hilt iati?<l Int (MtlMua, ?od will, wt dusbt lot, toeauUj *11 tbt lUtiot. T?? ni ?turn Ui hit tl lttt btt? Iprunf a* tbt ttcraiotiib It Rlrhmood, ud on It Ibt Cut tad Wt?t bttt lotktd word*. Tbt ttltgrapb mji tbtl tlmdy tbt dtbtU It tidlitg, Tblt it tbt ?tii daw M tttwtion thtt vt b?rt loaf bttn ?utlaf to wt brodgbt to bttr m tbt (Mtitata wbe tvwr hj tbt Bigger. A fttuaaN, thia aornitg, fro* Si. ' (bat Ui* Democrat* nod Bell Iwnti aw bare combiaed ?? a nomine- | tin for Xijor, aid adopted aa their at- i daalve platform, Oppoaltion to Republi- ; eanlem. Tbey cba...

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. — 20 March 1861

? ??. Xj?rf[??t Circulation of ah j Paper lH Wednesday Morning, March 20,'6L1 j^j-Tn imk rcKtic.?l.:ist night nbo'rtt ! U o'clock, a young man who ljiid no con-i i tro! over bis legs, mid who was "as borne- j !r#a" ??> rt carrion crow, came into our ; office, Ami after usceuding, with a great deal of noi?? and labor, iwo pair of stairs, made n? unsuccessful attempt to open the <Ioor?f the Jewish Synagogue. Upon being questioned as to this apparently insane proceeding, he said he was going to bed. \\V gently advised him of the irregularity of bis going on and requested him to de scend the stairs, which he did, in his pecu liar way. and darted into our tnnclum% tor the purpose, he said, of taking a night cap. U seem* that the fellow, becoming befuddled and belated, mis- i took our oGce the the Uttjon House and was governing himself accordingly. By dint of some pretty hard '-explaining," we convinced the nocturnal visitor that we had co accommodations forsuch as he, and away he w...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 20 March 1861

gailp jjuteiUftcnccy. "V motjierkpso!" jStBT owhtrmx ?l*n i - 'Mu'lkltdm my firm . v .>' ?T?? ??(- ?n???f miu. mrteow? it the strain iBjM.wSt of boyfali bony*, ^A wild, tumnTtoocf throo*. ?h? of tboee dear note*. ??i.j ?odsSf3.uiS?,, flcwrtirftr tliair **?????? ff hnr!? . ?"W3rt l??b ; It. thriltlnr mae. will <*ir>^ "llol'i djt mothfr*! boote* . ?* *KE? ASD THE ST8EAB. [Tron tlaCnauoI KoUH.J BY CriAS. G. LELA5CD. ^ |ri> fa fr*hMt btcAm once lortd A Mtm? which r*o Letow. Awl alt to her white ^perdfncoB In jmt a leaf weald throw. MAad oh that the Wt4iMkt#r mt.ri/i, WaaaU hi*/earning thuojcht;* Bwt over she whirled lU leave* way, It tben^h ?b^ bf ?M aoi^it- ? **1 "llir** bftd turned to ice All la the eadiag ? nr. ??w her ?UrwcHt hi*, back Hto imago sharp and dear. Saw many a leaflet, rlrto of old, I*w? in h?r h?it Lciuw. Which she mo Mm autl ?ecretlj Dad laid there long sgo. ?k; outll his lore wa* ?ImL llafh manr a hirer Warned How imrt^imi and how jearolnelr For hJu bar lo...

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. — 21 March 1861

..'lijii; ?>HI ?;??? ! iMiollbS f!? ?'? S<*R ?? tK*bt3a&& :cr?';? ail t pi, i HO 9<t?.b*? M>Ofr**?4r "tfi1 i?d . / A.-.it j.; i \mmm MtvaiqK*? w .iriiowj'i AH. i/.?.ta. i ?oi ni 'oiJI pifol. Jn*6*- bfini^b X'J i .??!' oj>a *'bov.--j - <* c;-"*7 1 H1!|? aamT7dA fur / J .. : ".i 'Ji il III ; ? . ' > .. ? : > f ?' I |?-*J t--? il^.: <ii ..vi ,?! . >xi ii laky"' ?> : '.J ? ads r; i . . nciiaosp *sfl ?? i?4r*** insHi 1y io^jtchq i! ii?r. - . mil biU r. : '?' XWjijtkr 1o oijih? 4&i <Vi ? fc'kochi-iop ej -i*. s- f-4^M|o ?fioaiilihr L i-d i'if-?'-.*..o ?>? i-s ImJi ril:* ?oiil ol tn s!'?ca taoiJfchcj;-_> vvfi-J" RSDAy:^tR^m;is3 .. ? t ;i i ??*> rfyjuf t.--. ..-? ;- ;? t-. ?|s=^JitJUY .tlfi r/ayi?tin v.. \3H bin;* ottm%J z; ^ ~Vit ? :; !. I/. sdT . ? zx*u7/ J ir.oii L"91Jl1^L- f-ul ,IuuH c?cxUI aticL VOLUME 9 ?.-.n.:ii) CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, J! ? T'KlRAl'S t ? -1 D?iir-<W"aiRWM4 Bjr WVck..... . ? . .... . i 1^ Irl-Hl?r yw. W?U? I...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 21 March 1861

|J a |(ttieUt<j?UccY CAMPBELL & K'BEEHOT, ?oitom up raoriinroaa. [SStSL^xi w H EEL I N o7 Thnrylay Morning. March 21, 01. Wz would llk?- to njk Mn BmbtIi~ The delegate from Petesbnrrg, In Ik* Conv'en. tion, whether ha li now riding in tbe Mow or f*?t coach ? The debate* seem to indi cate that, since the election in Ibo "Cockade CHjr," his speed is nccelcrnting. Doss any body suppose that the "gnllant and gifted Goggin," in onr State Conten tion, at Richmond^ understands bis own potitlon on the secession qu cation ? We submit the ioquiiy, without debate, to tbe Committee on Federal Relations, merely expressing the opinion that Mr. Ilujjiu |3 an arrant humbug. Ira man had the eves of Arxni and the patience of Job, nnd was possessed with the greatest physical eudurance, ret wonld It not be possible fur him tu read, ?eigb, prore and understand the resoln lions, the motion*, tbe commenta, and the apeeches and suggestions of our State Convention. The Committee on Federal j Rdationa...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 21 March 1861

Largest Circulation of nn^ PmJor"tU' Western. VirginU-^*, ^ Thursday Morning, March 21,'61._ l^rWi arc *gaio indebted to D*d 'Ddl^ rymple, or lbe~ Adams' Exp*e?ft fori late pap*?. . ? ? i I^Tiii weather blew up extremely cold last night. The keenest kind of a wi?d whistled through the streets, and everything seemed to be "on the Ireere." p^y-Titr Rtvxa.?The river*wu falling yeilerdey slowly. The Bostoua arrived irum Cinciunai, and departed again last evening, ?ilU only a moderate trip. The J. B. Ford touched at the landing yeater dav on her way to Pittsburg. She bad ?' good tiip. SQPThe Weekly I3stklliob.xck* can be Imd at our counting room, to-day. It contains, besides a Urge variety of .mlr crlluncoos and news mailer, Ibe proceed^ ingj of the Western Virginia Qonterence. Call and get a copy. The IKetMy will also contain the recent debate on the tax qnes lion in the State Convention. gST.V COMPLIMKXTXttV SUPFKB *?J Kiven, last evening, to Captain James M'Cluney. at the UcLare House...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 21 March 1861

NEW FIRM. fpriKDXDKlU'IOSl'.DIlAyE ASAXMATV.DTIIKM I ?*?**? toftlher m allnu, uad.flU. ?t>l* Maxwell, Campbell & Tingle foe tub rcRrofv. ov doing a Wholesale Grocery GEN'L COMMISSION BUSINESS"' ^,h* bj We r*-<iijjct fujlj- solicit the tlis attrition of t lit* Tradp. J AS. nAXWKLU late Ann Pax ton. Donlon* Co. TIlOd.J.CAMPBKf.LTUl*wfth IJ?t A IL.wetL . OKO. R.TlNliLK, UU villi List * mOICUDWILL. KODtUT OB4M Mi. - CALDWELL & GRAHAM, ',8nrcw??ri to C. VirjjjJ) WAX l;K AC'T UBKlUi OF 1) I 111 \3t 01VUU1IIU1I IV UlU| 4XB PEAtm I* Alt inw OP COOK I\(i & IIKATIXU STOVES, So. 8 Mais-st., op. IS. AO. It. It. Depot. WHEELING. fyCountry Merchant* ami WImt* are Invito! to call and aumiiM our stock before pur-ba*iug rl*e where. jyZl WHOLESALE and RETAIL. \ &HABPER&BRO. The largest and best (elected Stock of Hats and Caps May always be found At HARPER & BRO'S CHEAP BMPOJUUM, USTo. 129 COB. IAD! AND UNION ST8? WSSffiLXSC, New York Paper Warehouse" ON H PRICE ONLY. WII...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 22 March 1861

sispifp? c fti vs ih&tirifj ?iiJ n' ,tl >1I(0 '-?H J-A.r; .-?Vital. m / 4it'^.r -f?JL?:r - ? .- ?..,>? rid ?J IV PM- 1 t fSk-K txio i\na ?*- <3:i'ynM !bC9lg I i I -.al S4i? vau. - ? . , ? 1. *i:. - Hfti e*dJ 'iitv t d #* ^ ? * phii^i*" eioM ova ?r.h ? ?=* ? ?-?? r?. t>r> mli .ft/?ximTu^V V rUTJlO >JJ I. **?{?>? . i- . r Qjft* " ' ? -?? ft i-int 1 -???>? nui^nfdteY/ -? *tij tiers u7 to .i>i>if ?i T o?? i ; !' <1^ ?'.!'! " ~ VOLUME 9. ? Ill"1 ' .?'?.Ht-1 i i f.th L i r t#t r~?. .. l'*'11 a ?g i>>7 rthjit:L ????fTTf if'* HftlT"l< (tfli'nuvnj?'? I -?...4 ..? ' ' v g&Li \*i r.vjal ?d ?Hi H v.holaw f?rir ^ Tlnofijrn V Jrioit* br.ts fp r. ??*? a "o rI ~."Tt* NUMBER 179 Wffipr aniJ rf dju?i?d ft /[ CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ixTBbti?!Bi?o?|k Bi niDj&oa, .v.? ?y g?gfftIII? T K ? M ? t? D ?l,p?r?I-Wln ?IWivXi?.^j.t..a)|.n) Hjr the Week?jW Tri-\*'-?'kly.(p?r year, payable In advance.)... tfiO Advertising d-?ae oq reasonable term*. All adverti...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 22 March 1861

CAMPBELL * M'DBBKOT, ,Plr?M AHI) flOfMltOM. ?MI11 - ?'HT,??lliii^|.jt ? ?iTIT-T. WHEELIMO; Friday Morning, March 22, '61. A blapATcu from Richmond, inronas~us U>? Prof Spectacles lioicimbe, who re signed his scat in the Untverxiiy to be com* ? candidate, m?de .a eloquent speech in foyer at the secession of the Sute. That!, what he was expected to Jo. The Inlrersityof Virginia h>i been a perfect rattlesnake's den or traitors for years; and the taxes of the people at the late of ?25,000 a year, have gone to keep If "T Jj? * c),*Dlre i? ?i>ls sort Of thing, a while. ? Tasas is some talk in the Convention or adjoarnlng orer till next frit. We take this to be a recognition of the weakness of secession. Diiunionistj have discovered we think,'that tbey are not equal to the task of precipitating Virginia, that the Convention is nut made op of the right sort of material for inch a purpose, and eo we find some ot them advocating a vacation of the Convention, as a sort of easing off o...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 22 March 1861

IV largest Circulatkra"oC-iSn^ viip?j it Weiteca, Vlrcf aim. Frid^^i^taksS ?61^. ; AMLMTIOX.?Daniel ?ulz, n ben&ak'Jf 13>U suture, well kpo^n ai_ taring bf?4 tormeriv eagaged in driving aa npnw w*goa in thi? citj, hat oqm. to grief. IU , went over to-.at/qMjHg^^ui' time ? lfro. ?od wm .a.tcbrf>b?i*w?cer *j,?a< t com plaint of a voaj* n<Ml?a, who ctojjps' | bis upon oath of not ooljr '.tealing bv, J heart with nuajr vowaof faith, ?p>d ue'er a> ( true one," but of b.i.r<?l4&USlMU?? 1 child. The joan^ wo? in institu ted'a matt for ??gwo?t i> mi. 1, and on Wed neidaj be "cw to jodgwwt," .bafcrj.ttji* Coor* of Ogmmon PW*V fct;8*lff.?fc : eoatf, bow aiulagat 8cOtairarilla. Waf' t?tft Daniel, iu the wUola-|_ ttmlra 11 i ? ?wi ami her verafcw of tlw *ff?ir, juUPfftlel ***i" permitted to give hU, which con?l?ted iltti'..1 plj of ft fl?t deoi?f o!*the wboJe bu?io?M; The jury returned ft verdict of three hnn .Irrd dollars d*ni?K?J- If ?tenmboau wore wiling fur 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. — 22 March 1861

W?, ?.W-> Ut"^?.UTJ'ounK AlfoV ?"> 1?tc Um face 10.7? Wo yonr *nd delihemtelT JL* fprofje of^jro^r daughters, inuw^ne. Tuat It is done ereiy day, doevuotlessen my astonishment at the sublime impudc&ce of the thinjf. There you bare been, six face for?Aim/ It 11 lurkr the thon/lit nerer jou whiU YOU are doin^ it. th?t U>?< 1. to U the epd of it ?tt : tytai ir too rfn married vourwlf ? lh*t~i no reason wiiy jbe rboald WlttviicbeJ av.it into a KpanM ettablubment just aj von begin to lean upon. ber, and UeuroinI of ber, or at lentil. aner you bare worried litT tbrou/li the mciiiies. aud cbicken pox,.and >c*rlrt <erer,aud aUoopiug eongb, .n?d litd ber properly baptised and race noted, this yonug man might jive you a abort brcatb ?ng spell before she goes. lie seem* to be of * different opinion; ht notouly insists it pen liking her, bat npon talcing ber immediately, if not sooner. He talks well abont itr? rery well; yon hare no objection to Aim, not the least in the w...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 23 March 1861

fiaSITHEVOA T-mrr WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY MARCH 23. 1861 VOLUME 9 NUMBER 1S6! l'HL\TfcJ> AND PUBLISHED BY I c A.MPBELL & M'DERMOT, | ISTELLIGEKCER DUILDl\'C8, JY. E.curntr of Quincjr and Main-?U. ( , ?? '? > ? ? ' I T E RMSj Daily, (bv mail, payable Jn admoce,).?I By the We?*k~ 1Q I Tri-Wrakly. t pfr year, payable Iu adnusc*,) ... 3,00 j AdvertUing done on reasonable terra*. All ad *erti?ement*frotn a dlatanee, or frotn transient ] city euatotners, nut be paid In advance. ???a?? I N S U R A N C E ^ETIN"A_ Insurance Co. of Hartford. I INCORPORATED 18X9. Capital & SurpbH, $2,191,100.02.1 The INCOME of this Company Is DOUBLE that of) any other Kirs lusnnnce Corporation in the United States. Assets, January 1, 1860. C<uh in hand, A Deposits* In Ilartl'd Baulu,$234,4 <8 48 Cull in transit, and in bauds of Ag?BU,r.lW,a?J 78 U. S.Treaa: Notes, and accrued iu rert-r...; ...75,000 00 U. rf. Stocks, & per ct. semi-annual interest,^.1^,16000 Krai Estate unincumbered. .7...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 23 March 1861

gaUg guteHigcucc CAMPBElTir& M'DERMOT, SOIZOU 15D PSOPSXKTOftB. t EE MS.?Dixit, delivered la city, par veek, 10 cca Daut, by audi, to tdnan. .$6, Tu-WnnT.bj BAU.iaadnoM,?~~ S,' ?IP.T, by B*a. in ?dT?aca, 1, "W HEELIX G; Saturday Morning, March 23. '81 Tax Richmond Whit/ e^tioalci that i the approaching Spring election for men ben of Congress, and members of tt Legislature, secession will be voted down b an aggregate majority of 75,000 at leas: We hope the Whig is correct; but we fear no and for this reason: The secessionists wil plaj ttoir game cautiously. They will no nominate open aod avowed secessionists or if they do, they will modify and qualil tl^eir grounds so materially at to chang the whole complexion of the canvass, an OBCe again, as they have in tiroes past, itn pose upon the public sentiment of thi State. In this district, for instance, ther is a party of jest as virulent secessionist as exists anywhere in any State?who bav been working day in and day out, fo weeks 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. — 23 March 1861

gailn gtrteUirfcttccr ?*, Largost Circulation of any Paper in! Western Virginia. "S? Saturday Morning. March 23, '61. St. Matthew's P. E. Church. IS C0N8K4UENCC Or MY ABSRNCK FROM *lbe C.I J, tliere will b? no ierrlce Id St. Maltltir'j diorrli l>*?orrow. Tli?ro wfll bo In tbls CbBtfh vrrry mnnJa* "?*? *?t excapt Monday aoJ FriiUv. *t CJi ..'clock, and wry eveaiijg at 7 o'clock. eerrlee oa FrMly at o'clock A. M. ilitS *? T. PKRKIVP. I 8?*T?IF. Caliok.?The caliope man, of the steamer Melnotte, gave a concert on the deck of that steamer last night. We j,resume he had the largest audience tliat erer assembled at a musical soiree to hear u single pjr'orraer upon a tingle inurnment. Hundreds of people collect ed on the landing and many lingered an the street corners listening to the shrill nates of Dixie's Land, the Old Grer Horse, Pop Goes the Weasel, Kuty Darling. The wild notes and answering echoes were tent flying over the moonlit hills nnd along the bright waters, and -one could; ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 23 March 1861

Il.K. ii.,, ' *"V ' s?*rz>-> ? U? tf? *-J tatboUtud, Cut do*a la y on tLfol LUu. Urn chiliad bto?||i d^jtth'M Irr And .auk Into lb* L'Jib. ?"??, OL: cruel lot Whjolblnioff ^jn ?MntooJ. bo,,* "?Tc?4 the uohla aad ik. ^ *w' wi^ru^??SL,?,. ?o/ M, - uvt oalr ^ ,_" *' _ LXTTtt. ? - C*"* V?alir. fair. m?? 'i" Pt0P,e ?rSe? Orleans the most de?pond?Bt 10 the country? ? jss?9 "" ?*,a?"j ,o do??? SL-I5UT IUTIE) ro? OUUttTOI, Humpy Saraur hail a grant wall. Sum'.er got a gram fall, i^oco10 ??J ?? lit. mrn, t get HampiT .Sami,r back again. oHiT??D "?* SA"-APP'jr 'o the Mayor's PI-g?aof'Ewp:fwdi,,g "ke "" Itecaosc Screo Went Oct. and -'the* wereeiceedmg grieroui to be borne with." waTta 5J7k^L, a {?<"*??Soatb Carolina . ?? "tor u"" military defence o? the Slate." For a month the Charlea ton J/jrmry and Courier hare published the adrertiseuant?but nobodj hll an gered it. Strange ,b., a site which i?i ""til' ,n a tea-piu cannot Kalse the Wind auffieientljr to bring down the Dust. The Alab...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 25 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
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 25 March 1861

\%tit iUxnm. to fce 4MkS^~n< 'tedaed ?*?--????* t. SwSE^56 >?"*e ^ "'Sib' Iwffirtiot Btfjmi to W ItcabTiB ttehv^af n^trCM* ?W.X?<i - marisf, hath jriBtc* aad mw, ??t>!l vUttWll n e?pp< la Si pisaanqc MBHaiiaa a(T W>( hnflf4 as4 n#Md ?|r4 hot gtUMVm, with mm wnaiaii the nptaiaa thai arc Mmi? tww ??;?; Wf r?>tit?flr MrUcH ia iaiqclj In writ i4^i?aoa vfekia it* ;????!<, aad tint ral?iTa*ill, vc aeast cmlen. tw AaM a* 4a*t as u im proyortr m* \ Vp)iH ay Ik tartlirtatal at sack as iaaoM upeolitu* af wtkndte cmI ?4 railaaJpfcar, tor itM,H >|^?||H to * ?- - - r'MMf frim that there ia aa^layaii be oaajyC" AH ia co* clear. That liule umpanc af iae Afraigbty, atade *Wo the fnaiifiia of the eutk ?m laid. doqfetediy aifc with ea eye siagie la the ooafort of these geatiton, aad that of their firieade. We (ball aerex iartl agaia. Is beak parlars hi Xear VoA it has be eoai ooitr eoaaoa of lata to iaqaire, arbea joMiag Vt"* are afcieJ for di? coaat, "Ho* araeh coafideatia...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 25 March 1861

Largost Circulation^ Mjr'pl^ in 1 WmUtu Virginia."?* Monday Morning, March 25, 61. ?, " y^v-.SiiADE THtgj i-sb Ubape-vliit'U TheeitUeus of Whieling should ben^ king arrangements for planting more shade tree*. Our oi'y i' no' ? very "sweet and lovely" place to look at, and it could bo very mocb improved by- a little work on the paitor e.ich property bolder.Every town and village aboiild hive lu jrtiprp^ and public squares well shaded. Nothing nddi so much to the beauty of a street as. fine rhade trees, and nothing contribute^ mora to the health aud comfoit of the in habitant* as to have them on their lots and ill front of ibeir dwellings. VTe hope our citizee* will not let the season advance too f^r before netting out tree* wherever ihey are needed. Every one who has two sq.mr^ Tfeet of ground to spare -tail'plantva grap? ride, nnd raise his own grapes. jDig n boljertwo' teet square and two or three feet deep ; fill in old bones that are lying about the lot, or in the alley; fill tip...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 25 March 1861

ptAtlFikt I yet one t atruDi bai Southern great risk which they To, " * * 5 J> nlary gain. . They jroi Upvr thought that . ite for. fn&svoold hit* V? 5f tht it n>is ami the re about t _ J be iifl , ?I once, rente to belong to on^ of the greatest nations- of : the wortd, ami sink into members of a comparatively stoatl State, witli do history, no renown, 11 prestige. AII the traditions that gather around the >'orth American people, and of which thai pcoplu h:\ve been po proud, would cease to be.tbeirs.? Tint fr patriotic "pride dots not Sway. them, still we cannot help. wondering, at ibcir readiness to incur the heavy taxation which a separate confederacy most entail. It will be necessary for tbetu to maintain a fleet and an army, unless they c&ovte to be exposed to lnstilus frooi their Northern neighbor. The whole cost of the civil ad ministration. hitherto divided between the Xortb and the So nth, trill /all upon them. But'more than nil this, there is the risk that,...

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