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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 17 April 1861

guieUtgcuce*. V?nlty Fair on the CrUU. AWAKB TIIEHE! Are we nil dead-alive? Is the Amfricnn nation bewildered, de graded, depraved, or what is the mailer with it7 We stand, a nation of some thirty mil lion?, one-third of which U urging the rest to ruin, and the rest wail and whimper, crying alas! and alack! The Ultras will not give w* v?the Mudtr.ites have no rniuds of their own?we are rapidly becoming the scorn and the.pity of Europe, for our tim idity, oar indecision, and imb??cility. By and by war may come. Fierce, bloody, civil wrtr, driving all to rack and ruin Then we shall see action enough. Ob, yes?the romantic and deiperate, and th? goaded idiot and the vacillutor made fu riou-, w:ll he awfully brave then. Ai every fool or man of even small moral conragc .may become, when fairly slung into a fight. Men of America?in the name of- God, witke up! Let Somebody do something. Yourgrandfathers?God bless them?knew enough to hold meetings, resolve brave things and act them out. If y...

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 April 1861

WHEELING, VA.,THURSDAY koRNING, APRIL IS, 1S61 NUMBER 202 VOLUME 9 .K.\V i-CliU^ilKU a\ CAMPBELL & m'dermot, iXTKLLTOEXCEU BUILDIXGS, _V. E- "D r ii f Quinsy and Mdin~SU. *V K K M8: tn!!y. by malf, payable in advance^,.... .*....15,00 Rv fh- W'rrk 10 Tri-VVt*Kly;(p*rye?r,payable In advanr*.). 3,00 Advertising done on reaaonable tTn;i?. All ? !rertii?m?nti from adistance, or from transient city cu<toni<Ti, must be palil in advance. "~i n surance. jmmusrm Insurance Co. of Hartford. incorporated lSlO. Capital & Siirpjus, 82,194,100.02. The INCOME of this Company is DOUBLE that of auv other Firo Insurance Crporatiou in the Unite.! State*. Junuary 1, I860* Cash in iianJ.jfc D??p.Mitt:-tiu ILirtt'd U ink*.-231,418 4% C+~ii in tratnit. and in h audi of Agent* Io0.2t'7 7 8 I'. S.Treas. Note*, and accrue-1 interest 75.900 00 L'.S.^iock?.5perct.#enii-anha?3 luterect,... 150.760 00 ileal fist.uc unincumbered.. 76.9?tl Oo >1 rney due the Co., ?ecnr?il by Mortgage, .454 76 Del. ...

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 April 1861

Ttio Secesalon Camlftdalc forCongrr?n. As everybody expected the Secessionists yesterday in Convention nt Fairmont, nominated Dr. Kidwel!, as their candidate for Congress. This renders it even more certain than before, that the Union Candi date in this District, whoever he may be, will walk over the course and leave the standard bearer of the rattlesnake n long wars in the rear. gattu CAMPBELL & M'DEHMOT, K PI TORS AND PROPUIKTOK8. r KKM8 ?Da?it, delivered in city, i*r week, 10 cent ? Daily, by mail, in advance.... $T.,(o Tu-Wzkxly. by mail, inadrance~. Wxmr.by man, In advance.. l.ot "w uTeTk I, i NO : Thursday Morning, April 18, 1861. Tbo Star* and Stripes! What hand eball daro T<?desecrate the Aug we bear! The flag of etar?, whove cheering tight lightened oppression's gloomy night! The flag of etripes, wh<Me heavenly dye* Flashed Freedom'* day-sprint; throngh the akic*! Our lUg! The (tamUnl of the fr?-e! 8vmhol of hope and liberty. A Call to Virginia. Rend the call to Vi...

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 April 1861

IjarROst Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. "It* Thursday Horning. April 18. 186L NOTICE. ,|1UK DIKECTOKii OF Tim WIIKKI.ING J.I 1 ItKAIiY Association liavo roluccj the yearly subscription from Arc to three dollar*, payable half it irl/ iu ?i lrancr. Subscription<i will be received an! ticket* furnished to *tib*cribem by the Libra i jan th- Library room, In the Odil FellowV Hall, ? jrner of Fourth and Monroe ntreet*. ALOXZO LOU I NO, President. 0 BAlllU, Sec'y. mh22-l m jg60T,4TuK Ciibistian.''?We have re ceived a piece of poetry with this title, of wilU ll tbis is a sample: it fe thus the Cbriiitiuna Life mu?t Bo llnmble n??*li and Kver free in th'. uite of Oiiiiuxuj* here |{ivwi to guide ai through the iri'm of heaven when we a Lile will Long i ndure ia111 >*i the Loveing good and pure we'll i?ny our U<"l to condescend ?ad guide ui to that Immortal Knd. Sow we do not doubt but the lines were prompted by the purest Christian inten tion?: the sentiment is good an...

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 April 1861

An Incident In a. Philadelphia Thea tre. ?Fram the PrmJ A coriooj incident which we bare omit ted to traasrrib^occarrcd nt the Arcb-sirect Theatre on Saturday night. A feverish audience nt this place listened, with a* much interest as could by expected to Ed trio Booth's rendition of the character of Richdicu. -There is u passage in this plsr which bad a local bearing two weeks ago3 relative to the policies of peace and war. Richtiieu speaks as follows. "Rememfcer my great maxim. "i'lnt until unuus to conciliate? Here ths house was passive And tjnaf fected. Richelieu * confessor here, interrupts with ?'Failing iu that?" Mr. Booth rained bimtelf to his loftiest height, *and pointing bis finger to the breathless house said. ?*?AUrrieatu to crush" The applause 'that followed knew no parallel during the evening. It was not the actor, but the sentiment, which provo Yoked the applause. Another expression ii the play. "Pat away the sword, States may he saved without it." Which is almost in...

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 April 1861

.va jjd" -X?'?- i.?;# 'jdjdiiiZ ? jf jg, .? ?'*; i . , ; f$fl-; d ?V' WHEELING, VA.,FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1S61 .. - .- ? -. . . ?> ? ?? ? - NUMBER 203 VOLUME 9. nUJ.Tr.ll AND I'LUMSUKD BV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT,! IXTKLLlCEXCEll ni'ILDIXCS, 1 .V. K. ???riirr r/ t/uiucv ami Jlain-Stt. T K Dally.(by ma!L payable in advance, I? 00 j By thf Week 10 j TrMr?*-1y7(psryear, payablerd advance.) 3,00 j f^Aiirfrthing dune on rea?msble terms.' All advertisements from a distanee^orfrum transient citr easterner*, uni?t be paid in adrence. IN SURANOET^ LIT. Insurance Co. ofllurtford. INCORPORATED 19XO.. Capital & Surplus 82,104.100.02. The IXOOMR of this Company I* DOUELE that of ?nv otherlPire Iflsnrance C ?rp 'ration inf !ie Unit#dSUt?4. - - A?ieU, J*nu*ry 1, i960. C**h in h.md,i Depositee in llurtt'd Uvuks.?:2S4.448 48 Caih intransii. and in bauds of Agent?.....1t>?^7 78 U. .S.TrcoJ. Notes. a*l accrued iuierM:,~....7&.U=X? 00 U. S.Stuck*, 5 \mtct. semi-annual interest,... 130,...

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 April 1861

ptailg guiclligiuce* CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, BDITOJUI AMD PROPRIETORS. tiEill-DAiiT.ddiftwJlBdly, per vmIi, 10 ccnte Dailt. by nail, In %draoc??.-. ..$6,10 Tiu-\T*XXJ.T. by mall, In advance 3,06 Wuxlt, by mill, in advance*. .. 1,0V W H E EJL. I'N G: Friday Morning, April 19.1861. The Star* and Stripe*! What memories rue, Whene'er that banner greets onr eyes! By patriot* borne, o'er land and Ha, It led the way tn victory! When slaughter swept the nrgiog main?? When earaage strewed the crimaon plain? It marked the rpot where heroes atooi, Jt wsa baptised In heroes' blood i The Douglas Convention. Tuis it the day set for the assembling of the Douglas Convention in this city, the object of which ia to make a nomina tion for CongretJ. It is a bad time for a Convention now. Congressional matters are of little account, until greater matters are settled. Ilowever, we wilt say, that we are strongly of the opinion that some Donglas man ought to be the choica of the Union men of the district ...

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 April 1861

jteiljr ? utellifleurM t6- Largest Circulation oi' any Paper in Western Virginia. Friday Morning. April 19,1861. NOTICE. U1RKCT0KS Of TIIK WIlKKMMi LI I UKAKV Aiiwchtbtn hnv? reduce! tho yearly ?uli?rri]'t!?D fn.?Mi flv? to three dollar*. jxiynLh hat/ wirl/?/? a lr-tnKi. Subtcrlptionn will bo rw?irod nu.\ uci*t- farnMiod to subscribers by tlit* Libra ma th? Library room, in 11m> Odd t'tdloun' Hall, ; riirner of Fourth and Monroe xtrt-ew. c " AL'JNZO LOU I NO, President. 0. BAIRD, Fec'y. tnli2?-lm eSyCxios .Mkctixq in Soutu Wheel ing?A Lacge Clcs Puumbd.?The Union j,letting lust uigbt at the South Wheeling School House, wns a very large and enthu siastic out. the house being so crowded \ that it was almost impossible to get a sent; and many stood upon the window sills and sc its. Mr. Augustus fJandlau was called to the cb:tir, nod Mr. John \V. Shultz appointed Secretary. The object of the meeting was stated to be for the purpose of forming a Union Gj.'ird. A committee having been ...

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 April 1861

gliib gttteUigcttce*. -??" - ?-T T? THK TWELFTH OF A PR. 11*, a. D. .1861. ^amt the momiug of that day, ?When the Ood. to whom we prpr, Gare the joal of Henry Clay To tbe land; How wc loved bira?liring, driogi Bat bis birthday banner flying Saw us asking and replying, Hand tolband. For we knew that far away, Round tbe fort in Charleston bay, Hung; tbe dark impendiug fray, Soon to fall; And tbal Sumter's brave defender Had tbe summons. lojjurreodcr; Seventy loyal hearts aod tender? Thai was all. And we knew tbe April son Lit tbe length of many a gun Hosts of batteries to the one Island crag; Otxns and raort?rt grimly frowning, Johnson, Moultrie, Pinkney crowning, Aud ten tboosand men disowning The old flag. Ot the fory of tbe fight Kvea then was at Us height! Yet no breath from noon till night Reached us here; We bad almost ceased to wonder, And the day had faded under, When?the echo of the tbuuder Filled each ear! Then our hearts more fiercely beat. As we crowded on the street, Hot ...

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. — 20 April 1861

.(Oils ' '.f V. r ll Jit VOLUME 9 SATURDAY WHEELING >co{JiS^Tn<) j uoijii jiJeuabTX! mNlNG; iVPRIL 20, lStil. iiffif '' I iViiiU?i'l ? NUMBER 204 , iit .iv.D a.vu i-utiu.-m?i> jiv CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT,. tST^BWCEKfEft BVIL]>IXGS, ; J jV; K. cururr uf '?uincjf and Main-SU. TERM S: D*u? . V y m*Ht payable ia advance,): $5,00 By the '.Vycfc - Xri-Wt?klj", (jieryear,payable in advanoe,)..-,...,. 3,00 W Advertising d'-no on reasonable terms.' All a.lverti *uients from a distance, or from transient cit j cuitomeim mu?t bo paid in advance, "insus'ancev" ^ ^rnsrX" ~:Tr Insurance Co. of Hartford. INC'OItIjOHATKD 1819. ; * Capita! & Surplus 82,104,100.02. The INC JMK of this Company is DOUJJLE that of any otbfr Fire ln*nr?nw Or?rj.jratlop In the United States Assets, Jsunary 1, i860. Cuii in baud.* Uep^witesiu Uurtl'd B.uik*,$231,4IS 48 C*di iutransit,aud ia bandsof Agents,....160,297 78 U. i.Tr?-n?. Nates, and accrued Interest.......76.900 (HI U. i j.ercl.se mi-animal inter...

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 April 1861

f??iiU guttUigt ?;** CAMPBELL4fcK'SEBHOT, 80IT0BS ABO PROPRIETORS. T8KM0.?Dw^Mini^in^ripcr vwMO c?ti Binr, ? ^yroT.^rm*^ln?dTmgg. a,o? ' W H E ElTN Or^ Saturday Morning, April 20. 1861. Union Candidate for Congress, ?WILLIAM Gk BROWN OK PKK8TOX OOCm.' , ^ ,t. ?? ? ???vawu Tl? ?tsr* and atrlpca! What metnoriee rise, Whwe'K that henner cmti onr mjmi By pat dot ? borne, h'atwuI and m, It M tho w?jr to victory! When ilugbtcrnr?|it tba rarglnir nalq Whw miage rtrwred tho crimw>n plain It marked the ?pot where heroee Mood, It vu baptised in b?v*e* blood! The Sews Yesterday* The news from Baltimore, published yesterday afternoon, informing ns of the cowardly and brutal onslaught of the traitors on the United States droops, as they were inarching through the city, caused a general thrill of indignation throughout this city. The people read the extras, and diiciu^ed the matter along the streets, and in all public places, in tones of the deepest feeling. Hut one sentiment was heard?that of...

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 April 1861

?i\ilv .ptfenipu*# Largest Circulation of an jr Paper tr Western Virginia. Sm Saturday Morningf, April 20, 1801 NOTICE. . rplIE DIRECTOR* OF TIIK WHEELING LI l It It A ft V AH*>ci*tfc>o hhvo reduced the yc*rly tab?cri|4 i*m from Are to thrre dollar*, jtagabtr. hulj mart* in a-franc*. AatMeripftiona will b? received *nJ Ciek?K< faro Wirt! to rabseriher* by the Libra rian at the Library room. In the Old Fellow** Hall, corner of Coflrth and Monroe *treet?. ALOXZO LOMNU. Pr~?Ident. a. BAIHD, fec*y. ?nh22-lm X^-Tebbible Railboad Accident.?A terrible railroad accideut nccarred on the Cleveland & Pittsburg Railroad, last night, at Deep Run. nbout five miles above this city. The train from Pittsburg wris coin ing down at the rate of thirty-fire miles an hoar. when the Deep lluu bridge gave way. The locomotive parsed entirely over the bridge, leaving only two wheel* of the tender, and ?o great whs the speed of the train that ail the cars passed over the gntj ?nd ran a considerab...

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 April 1861

??It U given onto womro to w?m; to men to re* member."?AfrOcy* JhttcM Republic. Weep! Yes, we will weep; but not from coward fears. /twr women! wb?t has Me to gire her country aare her tears? Were ere men, we would remember the lessons we were taught. How our fathers fbu&l fur freedom. Xfika the boon too dear Ij bought? > We'd remember bow th^ |Iofj (* passing from oar Net blind ?or ejes with weeping, and wildly mourn her fi?te. We'd remember how oar fit there bed wou Immortal And prove that we were worthy to bear a patriot's We'd remember how to battle tar our country and her right: Not veil our heeds In darkaeas and wall Virginia's night. We'd renumber, we bare children?bow. can they dare forget? Is it eaw that thua beguile* you? ; Von cannot fear their threat. .? , : .1 ? Weep, Daughters of Vlrglftfai* weep Wf her old re wwn; . Weep that oar glorious Mother has lost her ancient crown. Bat e'ea amidst oar tears, thU we'll remember well, *Tsrastbetr?usouol her children by wh...

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 April 1861

14sisiryaa 5 3il w" c-r ir tn t i utf - - t. ? - - . number 205 april 22, 1S6.1 wheeling;va ?? ' ? > . CU-CP %9?*XSAiif \%t Sill mw -V. \ f M." :? i :5 t -''4 volume 9 I - - tWATo/'gw1 r iwnuiaw CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ISTSLL1G?$CER UUILDUVGiS, . Jf. <i* I meg and Jlcnm-Sb, T 12 RM S : pady'V* mi01a?iyab!f In advancr,).-. $8,^0 Hy (lie '.I 10 Trl-Weekly,(per year,payable In advance,) 8,00 XT Advrrtidng d-oe on reasonable tenns. All advert Teements from a dnrtAnce. or from transient city cu.-lomens must be p^W In advance. INSURANCE':?! Insurance Co. of Hartford. lXCORfORATEDlSlo. Capital & Siirphn, S2,194,100;02.: The INCOME of this Company ii DOUBLE that of iiuy other Fire Insurance 0?irj>ur.ition In the ? United StaU^ . . r Aueti, Jauntry 1, 18G0. Caahin baud,* Depu-iteaiu HartrdlJauk.s,}rU,4iS 43 CmIi intr.wiiit, aad in bands of Agent*,.... 100.2*7 78. U. rf. Tread. .Note*, ami accrued i uteres t.......75,?00 00' U. 3. Stock*, 5 perct. Memi-annual interest, ~.l?d,7 6...

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 April 1861

Pttbllt XoilM. Wc iirc informed that there is a strong movement on foot among many of the conniiec weat of the Alleghany, urging a general convention in this city early in JUjr, to look Ur a neb action as shall be Necessary in case of the movements of Kajftferp Virginia and other parts of the State "against the Government. The ob ject is a . new organization either as A State or H* part of some other Slate nnder the federal flng. Wc have been requested by several of our friends in the back cOnntiea to give the notice a promi nent place in our colomna so that the Union men may promptly tike snch action in tho premises as may "be necessary. It is needless to aay that we heartily en dorse and encourage the movement. The events of the last.few days have made it apparent to us that Northwestern Virginia will never submit to be wrenched from under the flag of the Federal Govern* ment by the acccaslon traitors at Rich* mood. WUbin the two days last past we have, received several letters fr...

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 April 1861

gitilir jfnteHigmgy ^"Largest Circulation of any Paper in Weatern Virginia.-^* Monday Morning, April 22,1881" NOTICE, rilHB directors OF TIIK WHEELING LI I BR ART A?oeUtlon have rwloeed the yearly .aMcrintioti fro M fir^ to three dollar*, payable half Zvtrtl inn-ir****- *ab?riptlon? will be received r,"l ticket* fhraUhed to sabecribor* by the Libra, rian at the Library room. In the OJ.l rdlovi' ilall, corner of Foorth ami M?ur?e ?tree?e Cjr^ ?? ALONZO LORINO, President. 0. BAtBD. S-c'y- mh??-lia Meeting of tiie Usiox Guard.?A meeting of elderly citizens was held at tbe Court House, on Saturday Afternoon, for tbe purpose of formiug a Home Guard for the protection of lb* city. Jas. II. Forsyth was called to the Chair, and Geo. Harrison was appointed Secre tary. After several suggestions as to a plan of organization, a preamble and reso lutions were submiltod, to which a large number of names had been previously sign-; cd, pledging the aiguers as members of a uii'itary association, to ...

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 April 1861

gaito gutclligjciwcr. An Ea|lltk^rl(?r*>Tiew of Fleshy Glrla, Angosta S?U, in the last number of "Temple Bar." observes. _ Now of tit girls, there are several varie ties. There i? your fat baby girl, a de lightful little dumpling of a* child, every one of whose dimple* is a mine of delight, and every one of the creases in whose rosy litsbs inspires yon with nn irrt-sistable pro pensity to tirkle it. These are the little baby children that Rubens painted so glo riously. He made their little potted out cheeks celestial roseate; he curled their flaxen locks like onto the young tendrils of the vine: he tipped their little heels and elbows with rich carnations; he toolr away their sex and made them epicene; and when he had added little wings "of green and golden plumage to their shoolders, they were uo longer baby children, but angels, ministering in the apotheoses of kings and emperors, who, 1 sincerely trust, have reached the destination which the country pencil of Peter Paul ascrib...

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 April 1861

VOLUME 9. WHEELING. VA., TUESDAY llORNING, APRIL "23, 1861. ? XfTMiVRR 9.0K r*;i.Yrei> and pcblisukd by CAMPBELL &M,DEItMOT, j /XTELI.ICEXCEIl nUILDINGS, .V. F.. cor?fl* of Quincy and Main-Sit. T ,E U M S : | Daily. ('?? mail. payable in advaue*,V~ .$5.00 My the Week 10 Tri-Wfekly,(peryear.|?ayaMefn advance.) 3.00 MWAdvertising done on reasonable terms. All advertisement# from a distance, or from transient city customers, must W j*aid In advance. I N S U R A N-C E1.1 ^ETISrA. Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPOliATED 1610. Capital & Surplus, ?2,194,100.02. Tim INCOME of tliU Company I* DOUBLE that Of aut other Fire Inwrturb Corporation In the \ United 8tat?-. A*?eti| Jaunary 1, I860. Cvli in hand, 1 Deposit.?*in II artt'd Uiiik'4231,446 48 Ca?ti in (Muit, and in baudsof Agents,.... 160.2P7 76 U. S.Trra*. .Notes. and accrued interest 7.'>.900 00; U. S.Su?ck?,!?nerct.Mnii-annaal Interest, ...106,7 60 00 Beal K?tuts unincumbered-.........................75,990 00* Mon-y du...

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 April 1861

laUg gutelligcnctt CAMPBELL & K'DEfiMOT, ZDITOZ3 JL2TC> PKOPUXJOE9. WILLIAM G OP PKnrOX COCSTT. Th? Umloa Xca of the Adjoining Conntlci. We Inrlte attention to the proceedings of a meeting in Hancock eonnty, which w? publish to-day. In addition to these proceedings, a committee of gentlemen from that county were tierc yest?rrd?j, consulting and taking counsel with the Union men. So, also, were commit tees from Marshall and Brooke. There was but ouc sentiment expressed, and that was of absolute, fervent And unconquera ble devotion to the cause of the Union, and an everlasting and unyielding purpose nev er to submit to any ordinance of secession. The representatives from Hancock give glowing accounts of the sentiment in that count/. The hearts of the people are all ablaze for the Union, and no flag but the stars and stripes, will ever be found float ing on their sail. The representatives from Brooke give a similar and equally enthusiastic account of themselves. Par ty lines are...

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 April 1861

giiil]|intcui0cucn,! ts_ Birgest Circulation of any Paper in , Western Virginia.-S* __ j Taesday Morning, April 23, i86L . NOTICE. ,,,nn niRECXoui or tub wiieruxq f.i I AiMcUtbn hxt* reduced the yearly ?Tb?crlpt;.?n from Ore to three dollar*. payablt half vetrl* in j 'rinct. Subscriptions will be received in?l fornlatwd to ?ab*criber* by the Libra* rian at th? Library room. In the OrtU tfcilowV 11*11, rorner of Poartb ?ud Monroe ?tre?t?. W ALOXZO LOKIN0, Pnwident. O. BAIRD. S?c'y. mb22-lm PiiKPAttATiox.?The war like news of the last day or tiro and the decree the traitors have issued through John Letcher, ba? nt last moat effectually convinced our citizens th ?t there Is no time to be lost if they would preserve their liberties. The determinat:on to do this is already taking *hnpe, aud they are enga ged almost night and day with prepara tions for organized defense. Companies are formed and forming, and every spare hour is given to organizing new companies find drilling those already...

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