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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 11 April 1861

s lailo guielUgcatet. labbath Sport in St. Lois Is?Disgrace ful Barbarity, Contest Between m. Tl^er^ and Two Dogs?The Tiger (Ftomtke Dt-mocraj.] 'While the masses of our population were yesterday gathered for divine worship or virtuously reposing at home, a fight be tween two dogs and a Brazilian tiger drew some eight or nine bundrrd men and boys to Arsenal park. The exhibition had been largely advertised in the city prints, mid by immense posters on the streets, and the only wonder is that a roach greater crowd was not attracted by the promised specta cle. As it *??, however, the Fifth street cars were nearly monopolized be tween one and two P. M. by the hundreds of ^roughs"?men. women and boys?and gentlemen who would object to being classed as ??roughs"?nil bouud to the sceue of excitement. The tiger was a veritable tiger; imported two years since from Brazil, South Ameri ca?of a small, leopard like species, and said to be three years old. The animal has been for several months on...

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 April 1861

t*Uf.\Tr.l> A SO I'UHLISIIKD BY CAMPBELL & liFDERMOT, istklli?k5cke buildibtgs, 'y E. corner >f Quincy and Jtain-SU. T K lit M 8: Dili J-(by mall, payable in advance,}?. .......$5,00 By the Week - 10 Tri-Weekly,<i*ryear,pay*bleluadvmne*) ? 3,00 Advertising dune on rsuontblotmnii. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient eity customer*, must be paid in advance. INSURANCES JR TjSTA. Insurance Co. of Hartford. iSCOUPOR.VTIip 191f>. Capital & Surpjus ?2,194,100.02. The INCOMK oftlii# Company it DOU11I.K that of auv other Fir# inanreitre Corporation in the United itatui. Aiteti, January 1, 1860. Cash in hand,* l)ep>iite*iu iUrtt iLli*nks.&?H.448 48 p..h iu transit. and in band* of Ag?uu,.?. 1<H),W7 78 U 3-Twm. Sot*, and Accrual lateral. 75.900 00 U*S.Stbck?,5|>erct.?ein!-annnaTintere?t,...160,760 0(% lUal Estate uuinmmbered?........76^W8 Oik M?mr du? tb. Co.. .Mml bT MurltMg75 1M JkUii l C1C". I1M.. 6 jir.cr *emf..n, Iat.,1 1,089.90. Uill. IM...

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 April 1861

gattg gnUUigftuc* CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, ID1TOES A5D PKOFRIETORS. T *RME.?Dailt .doihrtrad im dtj, per VNk, 10 cant? Datlt, by Mil, In adraaea 46.C0 Taa-Vr*xxrr. by mril, in ?rdrai)Mr- Xjo% WszXLT.by mail, in ad ranee,. 1,0b "w HE ELING; Friday Morning, April 12,1861. Ow of the tieipatcbes tbU morning in forms as that the famous float log battery bu been moored. Wonder how long it will remain a "floating"' batter/ after An derson opens on It with hi* dogm-of-wnr * The troopi that embark on that concern nre insured against a dry death. About an I'ltimatam. We are sure every observing man now recognizes the faet and every candid mind will admit it. that the adoption of an ultl matuin by our Convention would be bnt the forerunner ol an Ordinance of Secession. Every Intelligent man knows that any pro position that may be made by our Conven tion would necessarily be of a character that would preclude all possibility of its acceptance by the free States; that it would therefore be rejec...

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 April 1861

gailff g utellrgcnccr Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, ~"fc* Friday Morning, April 12,1861. jf-^TsiE Od1 Fellows had a beautiful day yesterday for their procession and ded ication. The streets were dry, bat not dusty, and the sun shone ont warmly and brightly. After the dedicition, the cere monies of which were witnessed by none but the members or the order, the proces siou formed ??n Fourth street, in front Of the new hall, according to the following or<lcr: Job* Webb, Marshall of No. 82? Outside Guardiaus with drnwnswords. Scene Supporters with white rods. Banner. Jous Thobubn, Marshall Xo 59. Initiatory Members. First Degree Members. Secoud Degree Member*. Third Degree Memhyij. Fourth Degree Member*. Fifth Degree Members. John Pfakb. Marshal! No. 33. Conductors and Wardens. Treasurers and Secretaries. JANE* M. Toon, Marshall of No. 13. Vice Grands and Supporters. Noble Grands and Suppoitw. Past Grands, in order of juniority. Visiting Brethren, (if as lodge...

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 April 1861

failg gttteitigcucc*. 8PH1KO. [From the Dublin University A flash of green Uoq Um boottiV A wtrai braitb |Mnt?(h (a ttotir, Anlln the wthfth?trt>pal<etbw? Throb* underneath her breut of taowi. life Se astir amoox the woods. And bj the moor, and by the ttmo. The year, u from * torpid dream, Wikn in sunshine on the buds; Wakes up In music, xs the song Of wood bird, wfld aod loosened rill ' More frequent from the u lady, hill Cornea greening forest aisle* dwe Wakes np in beauty us the sheen Of woodland poof the sheen receives Through bright flowery overbraided leaves, Of broken cttntfchts, |oMenjrwci. She eeee the outlawed winter stay Awhile* to gather after him flnow rvbee, fnau crystall'd diadems And then in soft showers pass away. ?he could not love rough winter veil Tet cannot cboo*e but mourn him now. 80 wears awhile on her young brow Ills gift?a gleaming icicle. Then turn* her loving to the stm. Upheaves her bosom's swell to his, And, iu the joy of his flrst kiss, Forgets f...

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 April 1861

OT'jfaarrs&vaA fifi i'iitmnn jnn? eii i- "c h at yd \l i ilH.Ot WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY NJQ^NING, APRIL 13, 1861 VOLUME 9 0 tdl V-Ji'aq E . VroL- -? NJJMBER 19S CKl>TfcD AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ISTELLICBXCEK BCILDINB|,f y. E.v>r*rr o f Qulmcg and Main-Sis. TKKM.H: jy ulj.iuv m-Jl, payable i" ?....... 15,00 Br t,,,f w'r<*>c *-;? "r*g"r~j'yr: ?dfat** 8,00 jBF" A'IrfrtitiAl; d"ne on rea^onaTrte'termi. 1 All advertisement* from a dirtance, or from transient pity customers, nwit bo p*id In adranc*. ^ ^ insurance. "jwf Insurance I'o. of llartford. INCORPORATED 1819.T > Capital & Surplus, $2,194,100.02. The INCOME ??f tli?? Company.i* DOUBLE that of gar other Fire fn??HU?ce 0.rporaHofi lu tho United ?tare?. Aaictff January 1, I860,. C*?ltn1iand.iDepa?dte?iu Harti'dBanlu^jS4t449 48 Ca?h lutramit, and in bauds of Agent*, 1?0^97 78 C. S.Treaa. NotM, aud accrued iuh-reiJ, 76,900 00 U. S. stuck*,5 ct- ^nii-oauu-vi interest,... 160,760 00 H?al ?<taie u...

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 April 1861

? aUg gaUUigenm CAMPBELL * K'BSSXOT, soiroaa jlxd ntr imou. ** Mi bdti.pi mk, 10 c??t < kr ?a, la drum $*.<? Is-Visu.tr u* WMPI.W ?a. hilMW. ? i>t W H E K I. I X G . Saturday lfornhig. April IS. 1S61. Tfc* IHIW Awaknlaf. There mrm torn* etagnlsrittrs Is the tone of thought nd feeling tb?t bas pervaded the country tor tome time, that term to be worthy of a pasting notice. The (tales man and student of banian nature, wbo has made the motives aad springs of ha sten action a life long itadr, cannot bat bars observed them and may hare fathom ed the cease, bnt to the superficial observ er, there is eomatliiag almost inexplicable in tba combinations and developments of the timet. Whether the; bare grown oat of onr system of government, or have arisen from iaberent qualities in the minds and consciences of men is a question yet so bo determined. But certain it is that then bas been prevailing throughout the country what we may call, for want of a better term a moral" epidemic?a lax...

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 April 1861

ailn guicUigrncei . Largest Circulation oT any Paper ll Westers Virginia. Saturday Morning, April 13,186L "" p^y-Tiii: Gtusn Lour.r. or I. O. O. F adjourned yesterday after electing tbe fol lowing officers for the ensuing year: Tbos. G. Steele, Xo. 64, U. W. Grand Muster, Fairmont, Va. II. G. Pitvidson, So. 58, U- W. D. Grand Vaster, Leiineton, Va. .A. L. Ilill, So. IS), K. W. Grand Warden, Norfolk, Va. _ Wm J. KiJdick, So.^ 12, R. W. Grand Secretary, Richmond, Va. Jno. V>". Fnrgrson. Xo. 12, R. W. G. Treasurer, Richmond, Va. Geo.B llead. No. 26, W. Grand Condoc to.-. LeesSjurg. Va. 1). T. Uuruiar, Xo. 120, VV. G* Marshal, Sbinstun, Va. A. liiaul, So. ??, W. G. Guardian, RicL mun1', Va. J. Jjchrirer, So. 10, W. Grand Herald. Richmond, V?. . RiMir^sentatives to tbe Grand Lodge of the United State-: P. 0. M. K. H. Fitzbugb, Wheeling, Va., and 1". 0.11. J. II. Robin ?.io, Lynchburg, Va. It was agreed that the neit session of the Grand Lodge should be held at Rich mond. The Grand Enc...

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 April 1861

fOTj g?ieili(jencer. AnoUttr Case at Scceatlou. The Bocyrus ./ofmuxl, published In Craw ford coant/, Ohio, is oat against the Got ernment of Ohio, and in favor of a new confederacy. The cause of grievance is stated as follows: It refused to locate the capital at Bucy ras, to the great detriment of oar real es tate owners. It refused to gravel the streets of Bucy rns, or even to relay the plank road. It refused to locate the penitentiary at Bucyrus, notwithstanding we do as much towards filling it as any other county, thus blighting the hopes of our free, indepen dent and patriotic peanut Tender*. It refused fo locate the State Fair at Bueyrua. It located the Ohio -canal one hundred miles east of Bucyrus. We never bad a Governor,notwithstand ing we have any number of men a? supe rior to the hoary old dotard who now tills that place as the bright, refulgent sun Is to a tallow candle. Ditto, ditto, ditto, as C. S. Senator. It has enticed our citizens away, by making them Supreme Judges...

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 April 1861

VOLUME 9. H WHEELING, VA-;MONDAY .^pKNING, APRIL 15, IS61. NUMBER 190 ,*1>T*I*$AXD PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, i.tTEiitir.^ioeR uvhsihsus, .V. fLw"ff V*'?ey ami M.nn->Zt. X K. u M >S J JH:!/- ',r tnaiL*d*:??c*.l ? ~iS,GO B, IS- W?* ?0 TrVwi.tird'**)""- w?w?'? ??*?*?.) s,oo gf A^?#rt|pin?r ?l.-weonTpascnab'le terms. All al vert laments from adlrtance, or from transient city cr.?to:i--ra, ffiUit be paid in xJranc*. Fnsu"r ance. ~ ^RTjST^c Insurance Co. of H;\rlford. IN'COKPORATED 1S1P. . Capital 4 Surplus, S2,194,100.02. Jh- INCOME wf tUi. Company I. DOL'BI.R that of atiT otUT Fir- luWtrance Corporation in tht> ? Bailed HtaUs Atirta, Jauuary 1, 18GO. Ca?Mnh?nd, *!>???? ??ite< in llsrtlM !Wuk<Ji31,41S 46 m*h intrantit, an J inbindsof A|C#U,.?.1?>^WT ?t? I*. ji.Tr-w. >'?(??, ?nJ accrued iuterust. 7.'>.9 joamj ? ?< ks,5perct.scul-mttu.tl Imrrwt,... 1 'k1.TU> inl. jU?J tfsttte nniu'rombered........... a.yvaoo X<n-r da? C** "?curM l.y Mortga...

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 April 1861

Haiig gutrUigeiur* CAMPBELL & M'DBBMOT, ED1TOOS A3TO PftOPBIKTOHB. * IBMB/-DAaT,4?Uvend in city, p?r wttk, 10 c?nl i DittT, by BtOflB advancer~._ Tmx-WRUT, by mall, in advance.?3,04 Wmw,by man, In ad ranee, l,0t W H EEL. I N G: Monday Morning, April 16,1861. 01 aay, en ytm in, by th? dawn's early Uicbt, What eo proodl> we bailed at tbe twUigbt'a last Whom acid bright Stare thtovgh tbe perilous Car tbe raoiparte we watebed, were ao gallantly And tbe raeketl red glare, tbe bomlie bo rating la air, Oare proof, throsgh the night, that oar flag waa ?till there! O! eay.doee the Star Spangled Banner etlU wave ? O'er tbe land of tbe free and the home of the bra re! Wi publish on our first page, this morning, ao article of surpassing excel lence. from the Providence Journal. It is brimful of both heart and brains. Tub letter which wo re-produce this morning from tbe Morgimtotcn Star, writ ten at Fairmont, nnd addressed to tbe Union men of this district, contains soine^ suggestions for...

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 April 1861

largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Viripnia.^B* ' Jtonday Mornings April18,18BL jr^y- Mas Killed is a Coal Baxk.? On Friday evening, a man named James Burkett, wbo was employed in Marshall's cosl bank, on the river, about two miln nbove the cii.T, was round dead not far from where be bad been engaged iu dig gin?, a heavy body of sonp stone having Wlcn upon hint and crushed liim beneath iu weight. It could not be ascertained at what hour Ibe incident occurred. A coal car wss standing near the deceased, and from the position in which he was lying, it is supposed that he saw the mass of dirt moving, but was prevented from making bis escape by the car. The unfortunate man not coming home ns u-ual to supper, bis absence created alarm, nntl bis fellow workmen went in search of him, and found him is above staled. The deceased leaves a wife snd five little girls. He was about thirtv-fite years of age. We believe that Coroner Day held a coroner's inquest, and retarned a verdict acco...

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 April 1861

failj) gfateHigcttcw. TUB L13TD WE LOVE. BT FIXLKT J0B5EON. On* rtrtae traaiMb Hcvcis lb?brart~ Tilt Vj?? foe the *pot Our ftrt cfl bate pnai'il? F<t the Hocm of oar childhood. Its iimu and tt? Hover*. WbcnucUldren vtmri Throughout iu g*j bowtr* dur bwrti may be vUrkeaed WttL ii>ldcw? vf iin, A ltd talilartune mvr quench Ikpe'i tm wUL I?? Our basic iuj be abipwrecked On lift* marline mc Yft. O heme of our childhood. W? thir.k ?tH] oTthMf On memory** pinion* Ite rat the mat And, cntnsdMd bf II* rmioo*, Part yean are forgot: We clutch *t the phantom* Woooredld ?Un? Vfrapped on In -Mutimi, We are children once more. The Mositt Kixg.?-A French writer thai speftkt of Bftron James Roibcbild. Monsieur de Kotbcbild in nn indefatiga ble worker. He rijes early, look* after hi* own affairs himself. Ife" receives vis itors after be Oas prepared the day's work for bit myrmidons; on certain points be it unbending, bat be is a good mm, though not easily moved. He has the perspica city of a r...

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 April 1861

IW iAHT .!?'? *?isj /oa w m rvJ>? el w? ;mfiii>i; Svr. ti : i.i JiiWBni^voO i J - 4 ^Qfi^Tfiinwa ? ili5,1 fjisi Hi .. u |G VOLUME 9. tfHE&ING, VA., TUESDAY illtM>.D ASU PUBU8IIKD BY , 0 CAMPBELL & M'DEaDfo*r, 1.\TKLL1GENCER Dntl^Ka^ X ? earnrr of t/uiney and Main-SU. T IC R M S ? Duly-(by mail, payable ill adrsn?s)......: -46,00 By the ... 10 Tri-W?e*ly? (per year, payable in a*l ranee.) ZfiO Adfertiiinc dune'on reasonable terms. All adrrrti?ement? from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be pald in advance. IN SU R a?c"E . ^TNiXT 7 ? Insurance Co. of'Hartford? IXCOItPuKATED 181!). Capital & Surplus, $2,194,100.02. The IN'OME of this Company I? DOUBLE that or uf other Fire Insnr?nce C Tpomtlon In the > - * United Mate*. Assets* January 1, 18GO. Cashla IiauJ.* l>ejH?itc*iu llarttd B.*nk*,i234,418 48 Cwh iu transit, aui in L:ui*Uor Agout* lrtu,2*7 78 U. S.Tre**. Not**, and accrued interest, 75.WO u U.S. 5 per ct. ?emi-annual iuterasi,... 156.7...

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. — 16 April 1861

Hwy CUy M iMtitltn. Accord I of to lb* report In ihs Benton abridgement of the debates. Vol. 16, p. SB4, Henry CUy thna spoke, in 1850, res pecting a South Carolinian, now quite no torious. ??Mr. President: I said nothing with re spect to tbe character of Mr. Ilbett, for 1 j night as well name him. But If be pro nounces a sentiment attribut^l to him, of j raising the standard of disunion and of resistance to the common government, ! whatercr be has been, if be foliowi op that declaration by corresponding over acts, be j will be a Traitor, and I Lop* be will meet j the fate of a Traitor.' (Great applause in ! tbe galleries, with difficulty suppressed by : - the Chair.] Mr. Glay resumed. j Mr. President: I have beard with pain | au<i regret a confirmation of the remark I i made, that tbe sentiment of disunion is j becoming familiar. I hope it Is confined | to South Carolina. I do not regard as my duty what tbe honorable Senator seems to < regard as bis. If Kentucky to-morrow | u...

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 April 1861

gailjr Intelligence* ?%. Largest Circulation or tny Paper in Western Virginia. Tuesday Morning, April 16,18si. In the City. The Hon. Frank Blair, of Missouri, was. at the McLure House, yesterday, ai route front Washington for St. Louis, ne re ports the energy o? preparation.for war on the p*rt of the government as perfectly unparalleled. In less than two weeks the j Udite?l State* will bare sack an army un- 1 jer orders as this country never yet saw. JUkTIXG?ORGANIZATION OP JliLiTABr CoMPJtxiBS.?A meeting was j held at the American Hall last night for : the purpose of forming a Union Guard.? f .Mr. Henry Sharp was called to the chair I until!. H. Weedon appointed Secretary. The chairman stated the object of! the meeting, wheu a committee was ap j^inied to draw up resolutions expressive oUhe sense of the meeting. The com mittee retired for tbirpurpose. On aotioa tbe Secretary was requested lo draw up a roll which he did. I. Mr. Weeden and others, being called upon entertained the cro...

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 April 1861

CTOZr. SAM. COLT'S "REVOLVING FIRE ARMS UU*, CtrMin *. Sk?t Gui rmm ?v usfr. ia*6c iu;; m THPE AVU OATS _XO E4CAL.? IX QCALm art?Afi?4 bf UwArat ui S?r> cftb?CBit(4Swci.iadtk? ?f fsr9p?; wc aailcfai is ?uu.u* KKji* ~ . ?sr?.?rrtc*hWud fuWMia<wkift^< iti?? ?? tfriluCjniidrct uf Fovda. teUw >& ? wIT ynt* fcr rtprtn. fw ?U BgJmarie ywnPy COLTS PATJEVT FIXE AMI * AVTG Cft. mrit-Zaa* JLirtfurd. Om*w. -The Panic! The Panic! FANCY DRESS GOODS! AT LESS THAN' COST! 1UNCT DREjBS flLK?.ittWtkM. \ F1JCK ?CR?. at *>wYork cart. ALL HTi> )L Dc LA1SU. at mat. OTT*AXS ?4 r CLOCXi,*! im Iku cot. doeW J. i?. KHobgg. SIO Worth of Music for $L HOITM DkJtU I\G KW>ltA5C&. 4?iptHt.rS.>.u! Etrnlft. Parti**. roV*: max an Uu f fnhr asd IMMtU lfn*drille- or Co*U li?iu. f*nc LUkw. Af.. with erery tariety "f the Ut??$ av! m>4 ?ppfrtrl and call* *-r *ke different ete^prt. arraarcd trf tie fUno Fortr Ft**. ? jaqlTf ?SlKLV>***-_ HATS & CAPS! WE HATE OJf IMS? A tert LARGE AX...

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. — 17 April 1861

VOLUME 9 NUMBER 201 WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1861 .itI.?li.il AM' i'l Jil.lSiiKli BY u A.MPBELL & M'DERMOT, IM'ELUGBXCER BriLDlNGB, .V A*. cr-T nf ifuincy at*d 'J' K II MSj ji. , *?} xn>vil, payable in advaooekV* ? .fo.Ou Ity . W.~k 10 Trl-Wf^kly.fperyew.pnjrablein idniio^) 3,00 C0~ A'lrrrttfinc ??n irjuxwWi* All s<Ur-ti'"?,R??,n'"froniiiili*taiH*??.orfn?intr*Tiirlent c.jy cu*touk-ps Oitiat in advance. INSURANCE J&T HST.A. Insurance to. of Hartford. IXCOKPOBATBD lsio. Capital i Surplus 82,191,100.02. th< INC ?WE <?r tl?l? Company l? P0C1ILR that of, i?.iv wtUrff insurance O'rpunition in ttie ' L'uited SUkta. Aiteti. January 1, 1 dGO. Ct.tiinhanJ.il>*!* H iftl .l U?uk<f JS?.4? 48 C ..t ???r*u?it. I in ban-Uof lgdll?..M.lM^?T 79 I lrrti. aoi ?caa?l interest,... ...75.100 ???) j ....?? <kiiperct.?'iui-ioaiMllaimi't?.l'iC.76iJoo !'.- 41 Estate uuin rurul?e.*e-! ~ 76,PW 0?? M !?? !'i? C?.. *rf arv I be Mortgr.gy. ...454 75 f? x ilifl CICo. B\!s....

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. — 17 April 1861

gailn gatelUgcum CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, EDITOR* A\D PROPItlT.TOKS. T8&M8.?Daily.delivered in cily, per week, 10 cent? Daily, by mail. In vlvancc.. .$5.CO Ttl-ff tziir. by mail. inadranc*^ S,0fr Wuilt, by mail, inadvaaco~. 1,0? W H K E I? IN?: Wednesday Morning, April 17,1861. Ffog o< the free heart's hope nni LomeI Uy aogel baud* to valor glrru, Tbvstara liar* lit Its welkin dome. And all thy hoe< wero born in heaven: Forevnrfioat th?t standard frtirot! Where l>rMt!iei the foe. hnt fn11* before us. With Freedom** noil beneath our feet And Freedom'? banner Mtrramiug o'er us! A* II* II. SttiKrt* We invite the attention of the personal and political friend? hereabouts of this gentleman, to the low flung piece of abnse heaped upon bim in the article which we publish on our first page from that rabid secession sheet, the Richmond Examiner. To be a Union man in Richmond is to he the target for all the filthy virulence ot the nest of traitors who fl >urish there The Hon. ...

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. — 17 April 1861

gailH ^ftteUigcnm' rScit Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Wednesday Kornin?. April 17. '61. nti-KCTuSCovI'ni^"w?lt,!l',NO y 1 ,II.:...y' A^t-tallon r(Vmc~l lh".\''?r,,y Z?< ;.m ~ , ,.r?1Jpn, .... - * j?ibi!-lm 0. JIAIKI*. ?? a .-a-Tun-R Rnglinenu ore Virginia's ??*?! > of till- ?*?nty-five thousand Militia ' 1 lor by be President. The places orreudc>:vou3 ??.? Wheeling ?"d Staunton. E^t-^CEBT ['..<TI-0XE0 ?We nre re ,1P ,^..1 io sav that ttie concert, which was hue l-cen Riven in Martinsville this veiling, by Pr"f- Ko*"-r,ion' is postponed. t w iiiir to the inclemency nf the weather, ,iil Wednesday night cf next week. ??r.V gentleman in wliose veracity we )|(U. il,e fullest voafidence, informs us i!,st as lie was coining down town the oilier day lie saw a woinau planting seeds in a hillside so sleep that she bad to put up a laduerto slick them iu. fyp* Man DboWXEb.?A man, whose name we have not heard, a deck hand on tl,e ?te.imer Eunice fell into the river w...

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