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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 23 April 1861

mitt gnielUgcncer. The Romaucc of the Chinese Kitchen Let ?ae close with a story or two which I dost believe, though a (nave *rarelled Chinaman ts my authority. Ho declarer that the following cruel receipt makes a favorite disk with the mandarins in some ot the northern provinces. (When a Chi naman invents a marvel, he invariably places his scene of acf:m In the north.") Set better in -a frying pan over a fire, htr-i ing near at hand plentyof cayenne pep per, salt, soy, ?t*. Then "tfcke a*-fowl, dock or (goose and ? hold it olire - over the frying pan with its feet Just touching it. The excessive heat will.cause the bird's feet to swell, and will a: the same time draw the blood into them. After * minute or two; dip the feet alternately Into all" the condi* ftents, and return them to the fryinj^ffath By repeating this .process several time4 nearly all the Wood of the body will rash to the feet, which will #well to the thick ness of a couple ot inches and be finely spiced. The feet ar...

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. — 24 April 1861

VOLUME 9. WHEELING, ? t v ; '? ~ ' .'iil.NTfcD ASU I'UBMBIUiU BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELtioKSCEn BVU.DIN?t, . ... ? S i .& ?i im *? e 4V. '?/ Qni*cjtand M-tim-X/t. T "K U M S : D*!lT. >y tn<tfl.|ay?Me In Mlrnitr'\\ ?$5.00 ]tv th-- V.*r?k 10 Tri-Woek!y,(p*ryear,i.ayaM?ln admitCe.) 3,00 I^AJrcrtiMnf d?me on reasonable termi. ? A11 advert i?eraent * from a distance. or from transient ci:y customers. inu*t be paid in advauce. INSURANCE i^TNA Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPORATED 1818. Capital & Surplus ?2,101,100.02. Ti.fc IXC0MB of this Company If DOUBLE that of any other Fire Insurance Ory jr.itfou iu the United d tat us. . Assets* January 1, i860. Cadi in bund, * l>?|???ltwiu litrtt'(lU?ulu,tJ31,449 48 C?*U tu transit, and is* hands of Agents,....I0o,2;>7 76 I . Tr rA*. So tel. and accrued interest ^75.iKW 00 \ . s. .Storks, 5 per cl. semi-annual interest, ...1;>0,7 50 00 Kc*l BaUtetinlnnnrtbered- ..............75,996 00 "lou.-y du* t?iu a?.,-?ecuretl ...

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. — 24 April 1861

?Jailg gBfeHijenccr CAMPBELL ft K DEEIOT. iWiou 199 rMf^trrou. The P??iXlM of Lcadlag tf?m is tl?? ^ Lut CMfiiga tMl their Posltlo? ' X*w?Kcbcrt J* Walker^ Rpecck. We rbotiid like to uk wtertl pea lit am, among titro Mr. C1?u. W. Ravse!*, whether their Qttmoces t&d expectation* daring the Prttidectiw rtnpiip: are Dot aov tmj much 'JuippoiasH in the ictsf which preftati itirff to the country in tfc? KoHbera States. We sbon'd like to a*k Mr. Raff*}', what be tbitk# of Berts tain F. BniW, the gentleman who wtd'd with him firoa tbe rtjaljr Democratic Conven tion in Baltimore, aoc who, at tbe bead of oae of the M*aaacho*eu? r^-apau, psl iantl/ forced his wajr, on :*nndaj la*t. throagb Maryland to Annapolis Junction? What does be think of Danitl 3. Dickin- : son's speech in New York, the man who was voted for. for President, in tbe Sece der? Convention, at Baltimore? What doe* 1 he think of James T. Brady's letter, who \ was die Breckinridge candidate for Gov- j eroor of Hew York ? Wh...

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. — 24 April 1861

I | - giiiln f utcllip?ce? +%. Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, Wednesday Morning', April 24,1801. NOTICE." 'IIHC III It WTO KS OK Til K WIIKKLINO LI |_ HRAKV Af-ocimion rvduc**! tb<* ywiljr frnm h*? to three dollar*. pajhxU* haff fttrlji i* a Immct. *uh?cri|?tio?M will M rfcccirtsil ?o'i tlck?Ht faraitiieil to wbMrikn l?y the Libra rian ?i thn i.ibrarT room, in the ?M<I Kt>llo?rn' HalL eorjtorof Fourth and Mnnrr? t-trfeli. ALJ.NZJ LOlll NU. Pmideut. O. BAlKD, trv'y. mh2Mm We republish, iu another place, Fome of thespeectiesmadeopnl Washing, on l?a.,the other J11 j. on the occasion ol the depar ture of the ??Iuvicn'iMea*' for the East. Xo mm who reads them can doubt thnt Washington county is iu earnest, a* i? all Pennsylv-uiin, and the whole North. A little incideut occurred on the occasion referred to, which shows how ! entirely all past differences and enmities, : political and persoutl, are buried in the hour of present danger. After Mr. Montgomery h...

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. — 24 April 1861

f IBM CAPS WHOLESALE and RETAIL S.HAEPER&BRO, The largest and best selected Stock of Hats and Caps Hay always be foand at - HARPER A, BRO'S C8SAP IMPORttlM, 3STo. 129 GOB. 111)1 ADD UHIOIf 8T8, V.B.tiVTEU. G.G. SAWltU W. D. SAWTELL & BRO. Xnnafiietoren *nd Dealer* In " GLOTHING-, No. O Monro? Siveei, JhoI Wlirellng, Va. coil. SAM. COLT'S REVOLVING FIRE ARMS PlitolffBlflen, C?rblnfN 6c Shot Onn* Patx>t* or 1M0; ISM; 1M7; 1H*K. f rUIESE AU1IS HAVE NO EQUALS IN QUALITY X aud finish; are adopt rd by the Army ami Xavj of the United State*, and the princi|N\l gorcrnmeut? of Europe; are uniform in al! their ptrts, ate simple, aafe, sure, Bervicable and can be had in one hundred varieties, a* well a* Cartridge* of Powder, ball and shot, and all iraall parts for repair*, from all respect able gun dealer*, and the Hardwire trade generally Address, Seeretary COLTS PATENT FIREARMS MAN'1^(1 CO.. my3-3m* Hartford, Conn. NEW FIRM. ' fill KUNDKUStUXKTl IlAVK ASHOCIATKDTIIIIM X selves ti&...

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 April 1861

NUMBER 208 VOLUME 9. F PTTST"KTPCa HA Tino WHEELING VA./JMIJRSDAT MORNING. APRIL 25, .1861. rjiivr.-li AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iXTKLLlOEXCEIt BriLDINCS, .V. K. cnrMT ttf tjuincsr and Main-Sis. T 1C K H s Diilj. n-y maO, payable tn advance,).-..... .$5.00 j Py the Wrt-k 1? ; Trl-Weekly, (per y?ar, payable in advance.) 3,00 j W Advirtieing d-ne cm reasonable terms. AU advertisements fron>ndistance.orfrr?m transient j city customer*, must be paid In advance. ~I N STJ R A N~clir7~~T;| I Insurance Co. of Huriford. INCORPORATED lSlO. Capital & Surplus $2,1<J4,100.02. The INCOME of this Compauy it DOUBLE tlmtof jay other Fire Insurance Corporation in tho United State*. January I, I860. Ca?t* 1U haml, JkDepj*ItesInlIartt\iBauks.$.!34,448 48 C*-ii intransit, and in baiidaof Agents,....100,2x7 78 U. S. Treos. Notes, and accrued interest,-..-70,900 00 t'.S. Stacks, 5 per ct.?e mi-annual Interest,... 16?,760 OO Rc d K<uteuuiu;uiubQreiL.......................-.75,9...

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 April 1861

p gailg CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, EDITORS AJfti PROP&IKTOFW. T SB MB.?Daily,doliverftd In city, jw ir?ek, 10 cent * Daily, by mall, in %dnu>c?v $6,U> Tiu-Wimit. by m*U. in advance a,0? Wnur.lj na!l,fa?dT?i>fe^ l,m WHEELI NgT Thnnwiay Morning, April 28, 1861. Union C*udldal? for Cou^rm.., WIT.jT.TAM g. brown Or PBE8TOX COUJCTY. Forever float ib.it standard iheet! "Wherebreathes tbe rofrfctit foils before us? With Freedom'* soil beneath our feel. And Freedom's banner streaming oVr us! *Klf Kentucky to-morrow unfurl* the banner of remittance, / never wiU fight under that banner. / otce a paramount allegiance to the whole Union?a tubordinate one to mp own State."?Uenry Clay in the United Sutter Senate, 1650. Meellnc at Brotherton's. The Union men of Brothcrtou's precinct have called * meeting for Saturday after noon. nt 2 o'clock. Let there be a. rout ing turn out Seo tbeir advertisement. Uood Sew* from Preston. A letter received yesterday from .Bran- | donville, Preston cou...

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 April 1861

iailu gutcUigcum: ?%. Largest Circulation of nay Paper in j Western Virginia. "4A Tn irsday Morning, April 25, 1861. " ggy Ttir. Cvcldramaexbiliitiedlust nigbt fur ttie Inst I'me. The bouse was not a gooi cue. Tbe entertainment bus not'lonn Hi well a? it deserved. Jackson made ? speech at rurker.karu, jester lay, to a lirjje and .-nthusimtic meeting, opoo bis return from tbc Kithmomi Conreution. ?^"Tui: Riveh.?The river is still fall ;ng. Tbc war excitement has almost en tirely suspended business, except with the I0c.1I packet? which continue to run regu larly und to do n paying business. ^X^Tiu train came up from Baltimore yesterday, filled with pejple who are get ting out of harm's wiiy, and others who have to come this way iu order to get to tbc eastern cities. The express train yes terday, brought up ft tremendous load, twine gentlemen having in charge as many as a dozen ladies. All left yesterday for the North. f^THt Csiox Foreveh.?'The Albe marle last night brought np a Urge n...

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 April 1861

X v God Wen >Hir *tar-j??*njmed l?ai.u?T. ?lu\(> tl-t folds out to tbe breeze. From Church, from fori, from lion?etnp, o'er theHty. o? the *c*?; Tlif <lit m cut, tbtt Morn) il b*<t ha- broken in its mishit: Unfurl the starry tanner, and m?v G>?! defend th? r'g,ht. 'lis thefl^K ???ir .ire* and gran4<drr?f honored to their latent breath, To u? 'tu giveu to hold nn?talned. togturd in life and death: Tlroe-bowred. front it* "tatHv f bis ?r|?o in* dated to strike a ntar That glittered on it* held of blur;?who hut trultor* m rb?-y nrc? W ooU to Oi/J it **ThJ nbore ni with a foreign toe to qne:l. Not o'er bnither ?tred to LrblLrr. at**! ? aim] shot an t nhell Bat na more the choice 1? left ui. for our friendly hand they spurn. We can only meet 3* foemen?tad, but reaotnU and ?tern. Onward. onward to the battle, who can doubt which (ride ?h?*ll win ? Right and might buth guide our ?quadroon, aod the .steadfast htarti within: Shall the men who n^rer quailed before now falter...

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. — 26 April 1861

rwayr, .?f '?i| - : ? J i BL3 i*i volume 9 SSWHSr rrr>foi^T<:- ?>ifa i'l .70I CS?2(Y! ~ " . >5f.I??oa Tio iiob?nlJnoi'. *rtT ~ -V' Vl?. ^ >?* Moiftt*' _ i J -I'll tu ?ijcj.*'? i'l , VA.;F11IDAX:m:0RNING, APRIL 2G. ISU1. NUMBER 209 itcyTt'u pD>Kfi)L!!ilIBD BY nJ) CAM isTBnLir.BBicsBnnnLDfirGs, M Jt eurn/r Quincj and Main-SU. x\. TjBcre:vi/s* ^ D*itjrffiw mall, jmyabtc fn ad ranee, ?_ ...$5,00 Bx the -?'"n^-y'u?r,u?" ? 10 Tri-Wtekly,6*ryear, W ?ar Advertising dune on reasonable tenna. All aJveitl?etneoWfromadUtance,orfromtniiisi?nt city cuatomcra, rniwt be paid in advance. j ^ FN STTTlATSrcrE': Insurance Co. or Hartford. 1N O O R.PO ??1} ET* lgjq. Capital & Surplus $?>,194,100.02^ The iscon& otthh Company Ja DOUBLE tluit of *uy otkfrPlrw Insurance Corporation in tha* ?? UnReit rftat***. Aaseta, Jnuiury 1, 1800. Cash in lianJ, A Depotfitc?in llaru'd Banks^;234,448 48 C4<h iu imavit,aa<l in liiuiilior Agepf*.... I00,2a7 78 i U. S.Treas; Not?*, and accr...

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 April 1861

iJaiig gateUigmn CAMPBELL Forever float that standard sheet! Wberebreatbestbefoe bat fulls before as? With Freedom's soil beneath our feel. And Freedom's banner streaming o'er ns! * If Kentucky to-morrow Unfurl* the banner ?/ resistance, / never Kill fight under that banner. I owe a paramount allegiance to the whole Union?a subordinate one to my own Slate."?Hmrr Clay in the United States Senate, 1850. Sir* Brown** Nomination RatlScd. The Convention which met yesterday at the Conrt House, In pursuance of a call from Fairmont, issued from Fairmont, rat* ified, unanimously, the nomination of W. G. Brown for Congress. There was no division of sentiment. Nobody thought of any one else, although, until lately, va rious parlies there assembled had other preferences. But they all realized that these were not times to split hairs or stand upon preferences, and so all, with one uc cord, dropped everything else in a grand .harmony for the Union cause. Mr. A. B. Caldwell, a Ufe long Whig, made ...

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 April 1861

iliuln guteUigeh'cet t, LirKett Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. ^ Friday Morning-, April 26,1861. Notice to SabwrlhtM. \\ e wish our friend* who are sending us subscriptions by mail, for less Hum h year lo cut out and bear in mind this tarifT of rates, *nd so ttvoid misunderstanding*. Week'v C months ....... GO' . * S 35c. Daily C months ,M$2.?5 ??*3 " 1.50 ?? 1 " 00c. Tri-Weekly t> mouths 1,75 3 44 1,00 ?* 1 14 35c. jp^-A Tiisilli.no Incident at Camp (Van*!?As Amsbicas Eagle Surveys ru* Camp.?One of the most thrilling in cident*, says the Pittsburgh G izcttc, con nected with the military operations of the day took place at Camp Curtiu on, Satur day afternoon. A - number of persons were engnged in raising the .Stars and Stripes over the ijtain building, used as the headquarters of the officers, nnd just as ( Vrrytbing was in readiness, and the men bad seized the halyard to run up the ilag. .a large Etgle came from no one knew where, UOVERED OVER TUB FLAQ" AXD SAILED...

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 April 1861

1 WHOLESALE and BET AIL. S. HARPER &BRO. The largest and best selected Stock of Hats and Caps May always In frond at HA R PE R&TB RO'S ZMM IMPOniUMt 3STO-129 C0R.IAIH M MOB STS. - Wg83&8gS3 V.^UVTfU. fl.'O. RAWTZTLL W. D. SAWTELL Sc BEO. . Manufacturer* and Dealers in CLOTHING, No. O Monroe Street, Jan I 'Wheeling, V*. CO Iiii. 8 ArM;O OL^s" ^ REVOLVING FIRE ARMS PlHtoU, Biaext Carbine* * Shot tiuim Patisti or l?0; 18W; 18X7; 1WS. rplIESKARMg IIAVR NO RQUALS IN QIJALIT* JL-MtJflniah; flreiid<>|it?l by the Army and Nav*: of flic* United Statee. and the pr}nei|MlguT?rnui?nt< of Europe; are uniform in all their puis*, nre simple, aab. sure, servfcable and can be hxt in one hundred rsriftiw, as well aa Cartridge* of Powder. hall and ?br>t, and all small part* for rfjalr*, from all respect able KQn dealers, aud the Hardware trade generally Address. Secretary COLT'S PATENT FIRE ARMS MAN'F*0 CO., my9-3in* . llartfardy Cbnn. NEW FIRM. fllllBUNDERSIGNRDHAVK AS80CIATKD...

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 April 1861

BifilTJ I ? i-i'i- ? '?? i""A -irtdLib Ci>! tads hv.TRA 1*07 rjil 4>H* !^I -J if; 'igjng'p Aitt" ' 1 v- ' ?' oioiil ayyiBM i - A il - ?bK"W ?Y liuii>c-.v. sr.-.r-v: ?*! "' r/V / tr ?/.?>r:>,'if* t L-S4.it*>: - ?: ??*. i> r*K - \Z ?*! ?.. ?-; "'?r. ?. ???;.4?7rg^ j fs'J*-? .??-I--: it--' VOLUME 9 tjaltvidW * *jl?au el f4)i L i ?;:!/.i?ns liws'ff . : :wt :ii .. : --' ** ? R^l ?.. ? ?> .itfiA '!?:? ?<?/? - MM.it i rt - , ..: X- ... , ... -T ? ?? . ;j. ,y : T , ?.. ? . ? . ?.? ? v'?1 -r 77" j-i.-itfir tTTT ^ ???- r??'?v-11 ivy-9"1 ". ?? ?' "?"w~!? 'ORNjyOv APIUly '27, 1861. NUMBER 210 T F. R M 8 : n fc Xm&> B? (In: W**k 10 Tri-\Vaeklj, (per yi?ar,p*yaWe in ?.1 vanee,)..,. 8,00 j?- AjTertW?K<J"S" "HKMatllbla MrBM. All m<lrnrtitcmeiitn from a distance, or from transient city customer*, zuunt be paid in advance. INSUjfi T Insurance Co. ofJIartford.* INCORPORATED 1819. capital The IN00ME' of this Compoay Is DOUBLE that of any other Fir* Iuuirai^^orpot...

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 April 1861

Keep it Btforc th? People. Keep this infamous, incendiary, revolu tionary and anarchial resolution of (he Secenion Convention at Fairmont, before the people. It stands in tbe Wheeling Union under the bead of "our principles." Resolved, That we owe Obedience to the Federal Government only because Virginia has commanded u j to obey its laws; and therefore, whenever Virginia shall release us from this obligation, we will acknowl edge the binding authority of that Gov eminent no longer. Th? Baltimore mtd Ohio Road. This road,' in its geographical position, is to be deeply sympathized with. It is most unfortunate, its case resembles that of tbe amphibious animal that coola not .l|ve on land, and died in water. It is in ft position in which it can be neither flesh nor fowl?neitherTot the Government, nor ? completely with the traitors. The main Forever float that standard sheet! Where breathes the foe but falls before ns? With Freedom's soHbeneat'u our feet. And Freedom's baiiner stream in...

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 April 1861

?J?? ii. liargent Circulation of any Paper m Weetern Virginia. -g? Saturday Morning, April 27.188ir* Notice to Sulwcrlbera. We uisli our friend* who are sending us gnbscriptions by mail, for lea? than n year to cat out and bear in mind this tariff of rates, aud so avoid misunderstandings. Weekly G months 60c. ?* 3 1 35c. Daily 6 month* -$2.75 .. 3 - 1.50 <? 1 " ~ 50c. Tri-Weeklv 0 mouths $1,75 " a ?? i,oo .? 1 35c. ATTB.VtlOKOt'AED81 fc Tba mewfccre of tbo lltmryCUj QoanU ft . nre t*iueet?4 to meet'at their Armory, (Pax- Of 1 toii'? building; cor. Quiocy and Maik?t itt," j tki* evening at 7 o'clock. Btuines* of importance to be treuwt*1^ _ ap27 I ArUllery company,' besides a number of U. 9. Voojh, "re! stationed ;at Marietta, Ohio, for what purpose Is. not known. ?&?Tub Rocgh and Ready Guards ? Capt. Britt, of Bust Wheeling, have ten dered their services to the General Got* crnment. The tender was made yesterday by Capt. Britt, lathe Secretary of War. J&?Sevt Up.?Nelly ll...

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 April 1861

J JattrgulrtWgcnier: ! It is. nfasijra reordered ajptece of imper- j tinence io England, if a man of. leu than . twoor^tbree tho^'andifYear hun any opin- i iobftt nil on important subjects. Marriage r&sern>>l?s st" pair of * hear*;so ? joined that they cannot be separated j often : moving In opposite directions, yet aWrur* punishing auy . one wbo comes between them. The Salic law was a mojt sensible And r; table instilnltoo. b&Qubing galUntrv sntA.vblvalry from'cabinets, noil prerenf mg the ajnUble^otk** of grave states- \ ruen. . * One of the best method* of rendering i stady ag'ree*Me. is to lire with able men. and ro-suffer nil those pangs of inferiority. ; which tbe^OTtTof"Knowledge alirajfs jn- j "JBFct*. * j There are pi-nicqat' bisiujp'.. I hare ] >een In. tay life, as.tbiL of * prel?n> j .4sc?Je^U wil> bifho^j, daughter bUhop*, i "hntler oIsbQp5r^"^Cy*? Rook'jipo,-house- J ?: ' * i There is a eery general notion, thaV if j . to edit of the tree of , .k...

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 April 1861

NUMBER 211 YOLTJME 9. WHEELING VA., FKl.VThD AND PUBLISH KD BY CAMPBELL &M'DERMOT, INTELLIGEACER IIUlLDIXOfc, X. K. rnrnrr of Qttincjf and itain-S^s. T K R MH ; 0 dir. (by mall, payable In adranoe,).... $5,00 By the W?k 10 Trl*W*?Wy, (pfryear,payable in advance,).?.... 3,00 49- Aircrtininc J"n? on reasonable term*. All advertisements from a distance, or from transient city customers, must be paid in advance. insurance;-> " ^TISTA. L insurance Co. of Hartford.' IJJCORI-^ORA'PED X810. Capital & Surplus, S2,11)4,100.02. The INCOME of this Company isDOUBLE that of *oy other Fire lusnrauce Corporation In the United StatM. A??eti| January 1, 1860. C-ubla baud,* Depositee iu llartt'd Banks,$234,418 48 Caoh in transit, and In hands of A gents, 100,2*7 78 t;. S.Trea*. Note#, and accrual Interest,~ ...75.900 00 U. S- Stock*, 6 per ct. aemi-annnal Interest,-.166,760 00 R**l Estate anlnsumbered. ..75,996 00 Money dae the Co.. aeon red by Mortgage,?...45175 lb J. A Hud-C*1 Co. B'ds, 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. — 29 April 1861

cuttx ISBMS.?Diitr,deUr8TM In city, per week, 10 cent ? Dult, by mall, IB utTtiic 4 V TU-VimT. bT man, la adniaXr?. 3JM W<mr,b;ad,Mnim, 1,0 W H E E L I N G: Monday Morning, April 20,1861. v Onion Candidate tar Congrci*, WILLIAM G. BROWN op racsTos cocxty. klIf Kentucky to-morrow unfurls the banner . of resistance, I never will- Rf/kt under that banner. / owe a paramount allegiance to . ? the whole Union?* subordinate one to m.v own State.*'?Henry Clay in the. United Suite* Semite, 1850. The Convention In thU City. To every county in Northwestern Vir ginia the cnll of the Uuion men of Harri son county, for a Convention in this city on the 13th of May, has gone forth. The , first ana eaily responses nre being heard. It comes back compounded in the volume and strength of its patriotism. The peo ple with one patriotic acclaim sty, let us meet in Convention?let us consult and advise together in this our hour of com mod peril. Every county in the North West, we think, will be represent...

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 April 1861

gaitm gutcUiflcum ^^Isizest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. *?? Monday Morning. April 29.1861.^ "" Notice to Sulxcrlbcm. We wish our friends who are semilog us gubscriptions by mail, for less than a year to cut out and bear in mind this tariff of rates, i?nd so avoid misunderstandings. Weekly months ....... 60c. " 3 " 35c. Daily 6 months -$2.15 ?. 3 " - 1.50 '? 1 44 50c. Tri-Weeklv 6 months $1,75 ?? 3 1,00 '? 1 " ...... .............. 35c. ggyCsios Demonstration* in ihe Fifth Wabo?a Splexoid Polk Raised.?The raising of the magnificent liberty pole at the Belmont Mills, ou Saturday, was a perfect success. Not uo accident happened to mar the occasiou. An immense crowd of people were assembled, nud the pole, a most beautiful shaft 128 feet high, went up, %rhile the booming of otunon rever brated like thunder against the Ohio hills, across the river. The flag, the largest oue in the city, was ruu up at half-mast, n memory of George Washington, while Rev. Gideon Martin addr...

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