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

.RSDITOJ WHEELING, VA..TUESDAY MORNING, MAUeil 26,Ts*6M ra :1/' U ?fcil h.*i? ???*> tttrtMt** ^ . " , ' >l-,? "'V' U"Uc> ?j-A?.;i .!...; NUMBER 1S2 VOLUME 9. iiisoM V CAM^ELL&^ERI . C?}|t ?KLDiaut, ;j- ,"?*?*""* ?ate-?a x bjTm *. Tiljr-U/./Kf l mi, ttpM, U^nmmZ-~-V' unm. ?r?MataMk|tfkitaMi i'Jmi- jui-i. I I-U-, !" I INSURANCE. '? T"rV^v?err?r 'F ' J1TNA Il^UMOfc Co. of Hartford. INCOHI'OKATKU XMlo. Capital * 8?rpI?vt41i>M0Oi01 Tki IWIV* aflln. Cmpmmr l? 1HUBLB ttalaf Ml tUw IV. iMatiara II aywatta Id It* Cafot KiM. tmla,Juiiry |, Ills. 0-"kla fc?d,*t'^xM~la I Uru.I Uaata.MI.4tf M ?'7 fkam ftattruM Muck vl.\6t oo ? " OwwrtiOTlJUut &?. ?u*k.?1.25000 E , ***k " ---xmoo a I " .MM oo . 3d l*rwvM?iK?, U.I., " ?* m.mm..1Ji7J0O ^ H'4SK.?aV? Vr-aiSb MSk&IR 1M ? O.i.TrwIU^. ?Mlt<toct ,12,100.0 wilt inin, hiuiusij Vimril ?! Of Umm h>*? knxliltjitoAu Immh <h. lathapwt ll/nri. fi*? ax? ntlxn katioatio* lllklicnfMlll laraiianMant Mb ulnae; tad to o irgiu.ro a ??Jl...

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

gaitfgitelligfsctY mmiiii paomrroM. .? ' ,,'? . ? .* ?r t S*M?>-6*ttr,4^w<ledl|, r? wwfc, lewite SajBSwfegl W H E EL INO: TmmUt Morxiif, link 96.1881. ? mi'.'iT Hiirr^-^gg^r-jrTiTr" W? *r* (1*4 l? ball lb* app*arnnc? of utftn. Hfwd lid W*it?ra VJigiaia ????. M UO,ia t looUlty wk*f* It *11 mark needed, aad wh*r* it nil b ral**atly aMfol. Xmii. #. l Latkaai aad i. It. Aerogia bare tiUb llilwd tb* WuUn I'vytiuM at tlraflnn, I* T?ylor coatttf, a poo lb* rnlol of lb* 1*1* Ontrimm paper, and <brir Irit isn bcr ll ? BMk proiaWof and thrifty leaking ?beet, aitboagb it I* aoihlng la wbat tbey eey It will b? by >nd by. W* Ilk* lb* ittmr, tad lb* lui, and the appearance of ?eerylbing *b*nt lb* paper, If It doea *ol arnonnt la eometbing, we eball l>* sadly dia*ppoinl*d. It le lo ul a noat gratifying algbt?Ibn apactacl* wblab to raeay at oar ffeatern 'Virginia papera ara preaenting. Tnka, for laiUnce, tba Clarkehurg OaarJ and I lie : paper mentioned abova, lb* tlorgantown j Star, ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 26 March 1861

iiiliT prf iti e ! ? ~ ???+ ,v Largest Circulation of any Paper In ; _ w?t?? Tuesday Morning, March 26, M? - - ? ? t? ?. - . '?. -T ??! rjL tj- l <^.?r1 g^fOn Sunday evening last Kev. R. \ . Dodge, of the 2d Presbyterian Church,' rte-' lirered a discourse upon the late tfrriblc ir?grdy, which res 111 ted iu the loia of the j lives of two of our young men anil cast a j gloom over the whole community. The church was crowded, all the aisles and seats, aud even the vestibule,.beingclose ly picked, and among the audience were mauv of the young men to whom the ser mon was especially directed. The Rev erend gentleman alluded to the sad event with great tenderness, and urged a moral lesson upon tlieaudience with an eloquence and force which will scarcely fall to hare n good effect. He condemned with great earnestness the "gambling salouus, drink, itig hells, and liouiesuf debai(eh.apd h?J lotry," to the existence of which, he said; are attributable nil, .SUefl sad occurrences as the one ...

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

tnttt. T"?%,**** t-UTiryJl^mjKT pr? m setitf ^ ^^eneiSc Tor r~al:ri*j: at Lom*. z/uI *I? tbe pe culiar ae4 n&ymniagufft eieifW tie faiiki^avU njni?|j>Ucn; -Tie ? frWly <9f flSef5? doeUtisl fjp ivjMr fockdi, itd ran roa&4'|*U joo tr?cxl?o?lf<l , A?f Mm** ?OH?it Me'iroa (?ti eft red, 'tints & tie paa or |?ilclHTvaBd look *t *em ia KrliUt^^i ?*t ???-*> ttl?6tii?d |? to lied eyfr. #4isrA Atitghamg Qprmg?.?Sit down on ? bard tk*ir. is a deep, hot bole, and drink citrate of m?gn?r*ta ?a*l epsom salt#. Gamble fume w?ib djn^^tici. Ccfntri Spring*.?Ttke tbe Ljroefebarg pa pen, and (U? ei'h ntliocbolj ^ertl Bsritr at tbe litfe ?f a mI?4 bifl. WfaUt end religion* tractt. Atl*H*9fi%9 Spring'?Tbrow a green Utftktt it* ? iballov pond. and well** in ft. Cat ofl ft ttrip of b!*?k<t end rlej* it to /o?r fibs. Ke?4 oUS &o?*U and talk to ^ioti t*M Mki iV>?t 4e*tb and chreuU 4i?e*?e? vf tbe d)ft**t?r# tube, Wnr't Cm -6? ifttt* tbe eeSft# at fu4 ?*?%' M ?U *4g** *>' ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 26 March 1861

ftail# gtttelligmcM. [.Contributed V> the NTw rMnm? D*ita. LYDOIE RRLK t Dear Lyddie Erie! Swart Lyddie Erie "* th the tide ie^eephi: chant edgH Igltl ?.Ma-born chil 1 U creepiug; While d?ul to mirth, I haunt tfte earth. And drown my mol <mh weeping? Weepiog fer L/ddJe, Lyddie, Queen of tbe flashing carl' Bobbins for Lyddie, Lyddie, My tropic' Lyddie Erie! 3*1 Lyddie Krlr! l-Mt Lyddie Erie.' I'm on the quick Aqnilloe, And where the rippUnK ed'Uee whirl Beside the golden willow; With yon red globe, ihjr dying rnbo hbaU b* the cloven billow. Ill meet thee. Lyddie. Lyd.lie. Where the ntw-lbb wads the pearl? *Tto there I'll kiss thee, Lyddie, And wed thee, Lyddie-Erie? Fair Lyd'lie Erie! pore Lyddie Brief The mountain-maide ere dancing But little reck I of the prophet curl, Or the Sibyl orbs entrancing, WhUe deep In tbo beam of the warbHng stream Thy patient eye ie tflaociutt\ I come, I come, Lyddie, Thfa eager form I hnr! Beyond the-white-armed lillee. To thy arm*, Lyddie Erie! T...

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. — 27 March 1861

VOLUME 9. r MARCH 27v 1861. NUMBER 1S3 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED'BY' 'VJ y C AMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTBLMOEWCEB B1 ILDIHGS, .V. K. cttht Y Ovine* and If.iin-SU. , , T J? It M Ht I?ally.*>y wail,payable lu By the Wwk? " "~ Tri-W?*kly, (per year,payable In advance,),..^.... Advertising done on reasonable Unas. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city cutoRMn, moit be paid in advance. INSUEANCE ~ Insurance Co. of Hartfortb INCORPORATED ISIO. Capital & Surplus, 92,194.100*02. The INCOME of this Company ii DOUBLE that of any other Fir* Insurance Corporation in the United HMN. Assets, January lf 1*60. Ci*h 1st Itand. A Deposited in Hartt'd Uanks.f23l.448 48 In transit, and in hatuls of AgeuU lAUg^! 18 U. S.Treas. Notes. and accrued {Merest, .?.v?78t900 00 U. 8. Stuck*, & per ct. semi-annual interest,...!jfi,"60 00 lual Estate unincumbered?- -?7W*>0 00 Money due the 0o.,*ecored Uy Mortgage^-.--404 7A Del. k Hud CI Co. B'ds. A pr.ct. if.ml-*n. Int.,11,088 CO Ut...

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. — 27 March 1861

gailg Jn tettig t n cc t OA HP BELL CXDnXOT, ZMTOftS AMO llMIHIOM. t ?m. ?Pact, Idlwrrf i* eft j, par vt9k,10c*at? Dazlt, by aafl, (? idwnw, U,W WHEEL I N'O: Wednaaday Morning. March 87. '61. Wx m it nM, in a Washington dis patch, tbst some of the Union men in tbe Virginia Convention, in willing that u ordinance of Mcrnlon shall be ptntd, villi a ckoit referring to the people, rely ing oo the certainty of It* being voted down. No 11 nan. an can go in for neb * more; for none truly sod], would ever ?eo*?enl to M> act recognising, ae that woqld, tb? right of Virginia to secede from the Union. While wa feel eery Mr* that an ordinance now submitted, weald be rated down largely, there meet etui be allowed a Margin for poeelMliile*. ?Who knew* what fan the secessionists might kick np between the passage and the election. They might get np lime kind of a collision, some John Brown Said, some negro inaorreetion, or some thing of the sort, and hare the whole State taraed dpside down, mad ...

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. — 27 March 1861

^Large it Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. -g* Wednesday Morning, March 27, *61. < noTiicu Hog Cask.?There urej many bogs running loose In the streets and the conscience is that they are frequent Jv captured in mistake and ninny coses of doubtful identity come up. A German of the Fourth Ward yesterday applied to Alderman McCourtney for relief, stating tbSl.ao Irishman bad captured nod penned: up his hog and that upon recognizing the rooter in the pen nnd attempting to let it out, he was resisted. The other party Also applied to the same Alderman with the purpose of having the German appre hended for trying to steal the pig. Both parties allege that they hare a half dozen witnesses, each, who will swear to the hog. The Alderman upon hearing the statements of belli parties, made the characteristic announcement that he '-would try the case on its merits, and whoever bad the' best fwearers should have the hog." Not long ago a similar case to this was decided in the Count...

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. — 27 March 1861

^Contributed v r <LtDl frijldl* Erl?t-r?? 4*9oad the raooB^mcbantwf'gltl ?3KflSSBtfSS?* Sa4 Lyddi* Erie: lMtlonUtleSrle: i'meu the qnlckA'qnnice, And where the rf^pliiK eddies wbtl Beeide tbe gehlee willow; With yon red gk>bc,my dyhis mbu hbmll be Um ckrren billow. *Tfe there 1*11 kiss thee, Lyddle, And wed tb?e, LjxbUr Krlef - . Fair Lydlie BrM pore Lyddle Brie! Tbe mountain-maids are dapping. Bat little rwk I of tie prophet carl, Or Clt? Sibyl orbs entrancing, WbUtdatpln tba beam ofthe warbHng stream Thy patieai aya ia glaoctotr! I come, I come, Lyddie, This eager tbrin I hnrl . Beyond the white-armed lillee. To thy arnu, Lyddie Erie! There are 211 ranrriageable girls in ]<a Crosse, Wis-, and but 120 young beaus to mate thern. Of these 42 don't cure for the girts, 3 7, the girls do care for,. 15 are. so busy making money that they can't atop to marry) and the balance are engaged. Ay advocate having gained a suit for n poor yo'uhgjady,-who was very ugly, she remarked: "1 h...

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

- <: ?-*? nr. ; n*I "Xo 1U .uniii?irj> lasts rviajaaiTaavoit'V WHEEtrNG THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1861 VOLUME 9. NUMBER 184 ililAT^D AND PUBLISHED BY & M'DERMOT, ixtellioescer urhidings, .V. /- ct<rnrr of Quinry OTf'f Main-St*. TKHMHt Btdv.'by mid 1, payable to adranoe,).? *6/W i:j t?- ?.................. 10 lr:.Wo*kly.(per year,payable in advance,)-~~... IfiO a JvertWng done on reasonable terms. All ?d? Ttisementa from a distance, or from transient city rostomer*, must be paid in advance. "Tn sdeance. Insurance Go. of Ilartford. INCORPORATED 1S19. Capital & Surplus, 82,194,100.02. the I.NC'tME <>f this Coiupanv U DOUBLE that of any other Yin Imar wee '.'.inanition in the (Tutted Slate*. Aaaeta, Jaunary 1? 18GO. Cubln ilartt'd U:>uks.$2A4,448 49 t'uh In transit, and inland* of ARntftm.lftliv? 78 L". S.Treaa. No:?, and accrued interest.... ..."64W0 00 U.S.itocl^Sjopcrct. *ft annual interest,?1.">0.7.%0 (K) K'-* tl Eitate unincumbered ...........75^908 0...

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

ffaHg Ifttiellxgeum CAKFB2II &K'SBBXOT, nnou ass rwttHTOu. Dint, Irfl I ? ilt? cUy. p? wwk. 10 twi ? OillT.bj Mil. La M*TUM II.U tM *miT,bj ??!],tzadnam l,Ci W H EEL IMG: Tlrer?day Morning, March 88, '61. Tsi eighth census, thai of I860, has at length been p-ablisbed. Among other in teresting statistics, it shows the loss and gain of the different States in Congression al representation. Alabama, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minneso ta, North Carolina, Rode Island, and Ver mont, iose one Congressman each. Ken tucky, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, and,Virginia, lose two each. Ohio loses three. Arkansas, California, and Louisiana, gain one each, llissoafi, Michigan, and Texas each gain two. Iowa and Wisconsin gain three each, and Illinois gains four. Total loss in the free States, tw.elve. Total loss in. the slave States, twelve. Total gain in the free States, thirteen. Total grain in slave States, sis. The aggregate population of the States and Ter...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 28 March 1861

|toiiEjr g(ntcUirjcnm; t*, liugost Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Thursday Morning, March 28, '61. t-iTlIoWK's Ohio Iuvek Gazktteek.? This hook lias been published, nuil is now being distributed to subscribers. U Un dertakes to give, or rather the publisher promised to K've>lbe population of all the Towns along the river, their commercial importance, their chief interests, and oth er useful nnd instructive information. We have examined the book, nnd find it to be a conglomer.itinn of false statements and gross absurdities. The publisher seems uotooly to have known nothing of what be wrote about, but he doc* not seem to have conversed witli any one who did. It can not be possible that any of the towus which he attempted to describe were visl ?'?1 at all. For instance, the lowu of Wood laud is the only town spoken of between this nnd Marietta Woodland fs in fact no towa at all, while there are a dozen other towns of thrible the importance nnd pop ulation I elpre is s...

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. — 28 March 1861

OalUntrf and Cooragt or Col. Inm ner. The Mac a-check Ptcmm relates this in stance of the courage and gallantry of Col. Sumner, who has been promoted to the poiitldn forfaited UrOen. Twiggi **In the *uminer of 1866 be was sent to Europe on a special mission connected with the War department, and made at the same time bearer of dispatches to our le gation at Madrid, by Guv. Murcy, the then Secretary of State. Col. Snrnner*a dispatcher referred to the Black Warrior afiair, and he proceeded at ooce to deliver tbtm to Mr. Soale, oar Minister. * The Colonel was presented, of course, to to the Queen of Spain, and said some band Borne things to Her Majeaty, which Mr. Sonle's ready wit and only tongue made very sparkling in the translation from English to Spanish. Tbe Queen was struck. We would not ba considered ex* traragant by those knowing tbe parties and remembering tbe Colonel's handsome person aud soldierly address, and the sus ceptibility of Her Majesty, to say that' the Qafen was sm...

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

NUMBER 185 ML I a }. VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, M&RCH 29, 1861. - .1 i ? I -i-LL _n^L?1 ; ^ ? ? '???? 5 ' PJCl.\T*J> A??u PUULIBHKDBT r CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTKIiLIGKSCBR BriLDIXGU, JV. JLtorf* tf Q*i*cy and Jiain-SU. TKRM 8: Daily-'by maU,l>ayaMe in adranc*,).......,...?......$??,00 IJr tbe Week - ? . 10 Irl-Wcekly. (per year.payable In advance.) L. 3,00 tfg- a .l*ertirt'n?; d?mr on reasonable terms. A U advertisements from a <U stance, or from t ranslent city customers, must be paid in ad ranee. I N SURANC E~ ^ETjSTA. Insurance Co. of llartford. rXOOBPORAEED ieie.. Capital & Snrplus, S2,191,100.02. The INCOME of this Company !? DOUBLE that of tor other Firs Insurance C<rporation In the Unites) States. .\?aetay January 1? i860* Caihluh-kud. A Depo4te?Iu Hartt'd l?iuks.f.!34,418 48 Cull iatraiwit, and in baud* of Agent*,.... 1C0.2U7 78 I. S.TmS. Note*, aad aeCrut-1 Interwt ..75.900 00 tI.S.Stocks,5perct.?$nu-4nnual iuteroctfM1^0,750 00 Real Est...

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

gaiig guttllsgevctt CAMPBELL & M'DBRMOT, KDITOU AND PROFX1KTO&S. ? . . ? ..a ? _ T1&M8.?Dittt,dellnnd ia city, ptr vok, 10 c?nt? Dim,by m>n,?a*dry>ca 4i,C0 Wnw.by B>atto**naw ZZ lju WHE EJU I KG: Friday Horning, March 29, '6L As we have occe before staled, there Will be a member of Coo grew. a- Stale Senator and two member* of the House of Delegate* to be voted for in this county on the 4lb Thursday in May next That time it near at band?almost too near at hand for an election which requires some con*' sidtrable preliminary attention in order to seen re the best possible result. As yet, little or no such attention baa been given, and this, too. despite of the tact that we have never bad so important an election before us, unless we may except the elec tion for members of the Convention. No one has any idea who will be the proper candidates for the places named. And this i? time when we ought to be certain that wa were choosing good men, and when if we have any go...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 March 1861

giiilw ?fKteHigcum tt. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. *i? Friday Morning-, March 29, 61. j^jrTns Kiveb.?The river tiras stiff f*lliu;r yesterday. The weather was warm Anil beautiful, but no business of impor tance was doing. Q&-Usswo*TU'a Minstrels, as will be seen by their card in uuother column, will open at Washington Hall, on Monday night and will give three exhibition*. It is ft f,r>t class troupe comprising some of the j Ust talent of tbe vountry. Wheeling Union affects great concern about the Tost OlP.ce. The point of its concern, to be whittled down, is the letter list, which, contrary to Iaw has been Riven to that pampered minion of secession t??r years past. That game will soon be stopped. Y ju can bet you! money on that. BS^-Easteb?This annual festival occurs tbls*jrear on the last or 31-t^day of March. Easter was celebrate^ by our pagau ances tors in April, as a festival in honor of Eos tre. the tsason goddess of love, or Venus of tbe North....

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

aiig gatgliiQcnccr. A Wuhlngtott Correapondent that Is m. Correspondent* ??Blynnks," who ij ao Applicant for the .Nashville Post Office, in a Utter written from Washington to the Nashville Patriot, thus shows op the economy of the Federal .Government: The Way the Government gets its work done is curioni. A* an illustration, you and your family meet in convention of the whole, and adopt a resolution authorizing the construction of n hen-coop in your back yard. You at once appoint oc su perintendent or the work, putting a thous and or two dollars in bank for me to check on. I get yon to appoint my brother-in law chief engineer. I appoint tiro of my brothers assistant superintendents, and my brother-in-law appoints two of bis brothers assistant en < gineers?all at your expense. We buy us each a fast horse and buggy, and ride around town, drink cocktails and pl"y billiards, until the bank deposit gives out. whep we utake out a printed report of gev enty-tbrco pages, furnishing you a ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 30 March 1861

VOLUME 9. DTTIJT*m?? ~ MARCH 30, 1S61. NUMBER 186 WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY I'KUTfcl) AND 1'LDLISIIKD BV CAMPBELL & M'DSKMOT, ISTKJ.I-IOEXfKR nCILOIXd*, .V f. mriiT of Qiincg om?1 Xfrtin-Sts. 'V IS R M S : '? ?-lv?iKe,> ?iioo H, i?.e WW* ? 10 Trt-W^klT.'PTTKU-.piTublpIn I'tnnff,) MO \1|rerttrifig*1<?HionreMon&bl? Irrma. All aJr-rti*nient* from a distance, or from transient city c??"tnen, am' !>? !?"? '?> insu ra:?ce7 Insurance Co. ofllartford. INTO II L'O R ATKO 18XO. Capital & Surplus, Si,194,100.02. Tbe INCOME vt this Company is DOUBLE that of nuv other Fire Insurance C ?rporutiou iu the United States. Assets. January 1, 18GO. Cash in baud. A Dep-**'11*in UartiM Uanks??*4,448 4S Cash iutram.il, and in handset Agent* I6?>,2v7 78 U. S.Treas. Notes; am! accrued Interest, 75.900 OO U. S. Stocks. 5 per ct. seml-aunual interest,... 156.750 00 11**1 fcUtate aula -T5^J* "? Money -lot- Co.. v^ur^r by Hortg 74 Del.* Had CI Co. BM?.6pr.ct.?*mi-iin. I at., 11,080 60 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. — 30 March 1861

aUg jutelligetut, CAMPBELL ft M'DE&lf OT, EDITORS 1XD FBOPB1RTOR9. T JSKM8.?Daily,delivered in diy, per wwk, 10 ct ? Daiit, by mail, la adranctv ? Tu-Vuuq^j bj mifl, Wractr.by mall, Inidnotf,. ? J ? \V H E E L. I N Gz ** Saturday Morning, March 30. '61 A private letter from Richmond yest* da? expresses the belief that the Conve lion will adjourn about the 10th of Api Tbibi is great talk now in all the p pers about the necessity of re-vaecioatic ? It runs out in ten yea?s they moat all sa We have news this morning by tel graph that England, France and Spain a concentrating a strong fleet of war vesse on our Southern coast. Their ships are ? sail with sealed orders. There tuny ) something in the news, bnt vie doubt it. Ma. Clembxs publishes a card this mori. j jog declining to be a candidate for Cot . gres.% in May. We understand, boweve from a responsible source, that he will ? ? i bis utmost,in the way of atump speakin for the candidate of the Union men. Tbe_ Weilaburg Herald, 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. — 30 March 1861

gatlir gjutcnigjmm to- Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Saturday Morning, March 30/61. ^T4tii Wahu School Examihatio*.? Weyeit?ri]iijr afternoon dropped in upon the Wiird School, and spent an hoar or two very pleasantly, witnessing the con clusio*. of iU annual examination. The examination bud been going on all week and whs concluded yesterday by testing the classes in the higher department of The School. We were uot in time to hear al! the classes of this department, but those we listened to gave evidences, that tnust have been very encouraging to parents and teachers, of a thorough familiarity with the different branches of their studies. ? The first class in Arithmetic poised very creditably. The pupils answered the ques tions with great readiness and correctness, almost without exception. The priucipal seemed to put such questions an would tax tho understandings of his scholars rather than their memories, and their ready and correct answers showed that they ...

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