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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 29 April 1861

rORM.EIPLKMEX. FORM. UriCD tESXTsOV. There im sound of thunder afar. Storm io the Sooth thai darkens the day.. Storm of battle nod tbnnder of war, Well, if it do cot roll our way. Form! form I Riflemen form! Ready. be ready to meet the storm! Riflemen, riflemen, riflemen form! uot deaf to the sound that warns! h not gull'd by a de.?pot*8 Jplea! Aw rgsfof thistles or grapes of thorns! How should a despot set men free! Form! form! Riflemen furm! Ready,' he ready-to meet the storm! Riflemen, riflemen, riflemen form! Conquest has explored more than ever curiosity has done; and the p&th for sci ence has been commonly opened by the sword. Some people can neither stir hand nor foot without making it clear that they are thinking of themselves, and laying'little traps for approbation. Brevity is -in writing wbat charity is to all other rirtoes. Righteousness is wor.li nothing without the one, uur authorship without the other. Laughter is, to many men, worse than death. Innumerable duel4 ...

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 April 1861

NUMBER 212 '.-.it'- >??*c*j -a-<4*-7 ' '.' .;. n .-. s!i ??! * - ' - <1 ,??<* !/; .X -* tr? ?i mt.ir.V A-S^CHLI^HKn BV ^ G CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, I !W TKI<I?1GK JffCEIt It VI I. DINGS, .V. K. r-srnT of yitinry an-l Vuin-SU. T T3 U M 8 I l?'>!?-.(bjr mail, payable in .uivanwU ......... .45,00 | fly \V?dc ........ 10 ; Tr?-W>ekiy..pery.?uVj?ayal?leln advauce.l 8,00 49* jUlTrftLting itonttW rwrtonald* trrnm. All ?? !*'? from adlstanco, ucfrom transient city customers, miut lt? paid in advante. I NSURA#6f^ Insurance Co. of Hartford! INCOlt tO.I^ATEO. ISIO. Capital & Surplus. $2,194,100.02. The INCOME -of thin Company Is DOUDLR thjUof xnjr >,ihrc Fir? Insur-im* iu >rporat ion in tb<ii - United Aoeta, January 1, 1HOO. ..II C*shtn h.tnd,* HartrtllUuksl234,418 48 j 0 Mb in trwrult, and in Lath la of Agent*,... .16U,2y7.7 8 1 J. A. Treas. Notfc, and fcecrited Interest, 75.9tM) 00 U. S. Stocks, 6 per cl. semi-nimual interest, ...150,7 WJ 00 ftral ?Utateuulr...

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 April 1861

ptattu gnteilUjcum CAMPBELL & M'DEHKOtT RD1TORS AXD PROPRIETORS. TERMS.?Daii.T,deHTered in city, per we?k, 10 c?i< Dim, by mail, in ftdnutcu. Tai-W miT. by mail, in ?d ranee,? 3, WraLT,by Mil, iitdnum, lf? "W H EE LXN Gz Tuesday Homing, April 30,1861. Union Candidate for Congress, WILLIAM G. BROWN OP PRR9TOS COrJfTT. Cp, np with that banner! where'er it may call, Oar millions shall rally around; A nation of freemen that moment shall tall When tta stars shall be trailed on the ground. 41 If Kentucky to-morrow unfurla the tenner of resistance, I never will Jij/ht under that banner. I owe a paramount allegiance to the whole Union?a subordinate one to ???/ own State.**?Henry Clay in the Uniteil States Senate, 1850. Xr. Brown's Letter or Acceptance. We pablish this morning the letter of Hon. W. G: Brown to Messrs. Wil-on and Forbes, accepting the nomination of the Donglaa Democracy for Congress. In the course of bis letter be gives a forcible side vine to the secessionists, who re...

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 April 1861

gkiljr |ufrflfptrcn IS- Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia, "i* Tuesday Morning, April 30.1861. ~ Notice to gnbitrllnH. We wish our friends who nre sending ns Fii!ifi ri|itioo? by mail, for less than n year i t? cut out hihI bear in mind this tariff of rnti'9, nnd so nroid misunderstandings. j W.eklv ?: months 60c. j .? * ?' 35c. 1 P.?Uv G months _$2.7u j " ..... 1.60 j .. I 14 50c. j Tri-Weeklv 0 uioutliS $1,75 j :* ?? 1,00 ! 1 ?? .....35c.! ftCff-As Kxcitino Rtuou?No Istkb- j col'BSK with Ohio.?A rumor prevailed in this city yesterday morning, that the (tovemor of Ohio had issued a proclama tion forbidding all intercourse with this State. Ad most of oar market! ig comca from Ohio, nnd ns we cuuid'not well live without it, this rumor created a great deal of excitement, many per3ons supposing that the proclamation applied to provi sions of all kinds aud in all quantities, without discrimination. We soon learned, however, that while it is true that no more provision...

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. — 30 April 1861

fjailn gutcttigcncc*. 8TASD BY THK FL.1U. bland br tW fit;!?'?? lik? ?Uj?, Have lighted Arctic Iceberg*.8oa:l>?rn r?u. Arvi shone r?*{iOb*iT? to the uteony beandng Of oM Areturusend the Pleiades. Etaod by tbt Itag !?it? nripw h?? rtmmM ia giorj. To (m* kiw, to n Mtalrobe. And epread, to rythmic IiQm. the ?acred ftory. Of Frwiom*! triumph orer *11 the ;!?>(?. by the tins!?on land and c?*ui billow. V >it T?Jrfcth?n >tooi onnnrtilut'l tnc, .or defsoded?drins. fro?n tfc?-?r trfTlow. .Titbtbcirlait HMiay. pu?d it un to yon. Stand by the flag!?immortal h?rt*? bore it. TbtouzU rulphuroo* ?moke, deep mot-4 sod armed defence, A ad their Imperial shade* still hover o'er it? A gnard ceWttial, from Omnipotent. htaad |.y the H?k J?it fcraboly trnmri; Thftngh wrong may dhamxae stem which rboo Id be lifjrt. -A MeMy, gentle aad pnmiitrot preMMre Kindly ererted, jet vfliirt them right. 8caod by tbeflsg!~-tfeoogb death shots reaod it rat tle. And underneath its waring fold* hare met Xa al...

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. — 1 May 1861

d L/I - oj T j ii-.TT~a fr-U*-*-: .wioxri'iax WHEELING. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY). ISO] VOLUME 9 NUMBER 213. *. jf | f??'? ?l m;1** ANt>?l?UBLlbllJC!> BV CAMPBELL & MjDERMOT, iKTKIiLHiKNOBR-BntDjWGII, .V. F. ?>??/??r of Quiac$ ami Jtain-SU. T K UMSx P illy, (by mail. payable in adrance,V 5 ....$6,00 It/ th? >V>k 10 iyt.W?ekl/.(p*ryi<ar,|ttytLUln advahc*,) ftjOO 4?- Adrertiatn*: done rm rfwmiMr terms. All advertisement* rrum a distance, or from transient city customer*, mum bo paid in advance. iBTN-A Insurance Co. ofllartf i xc.oTrti?prtA'riiD.xsio. Capital & Surplus, J$2,1D4,100.02. The IXCJMK of thl* Company la DOUDr.K that;4f any oiii?r Flro IjvnwAuco Corporation In the ; ?.. Awaeta, January 1, 1800. Ox*liin band, k. Dep-j*ite*iu iUrtt'd It iaki^iSM4S 43 Cash in transit, and inlnndaof A gems,.... 100,297 TS C. 8. Treat. No tea, and accrued Interest,. 75.90Q 00 U. 5.stocks, 5 perct. semi-annual interest,...lr.C,750 OO. jt*?l Estate uaItt2mnb*re?U..u.r.: ^......

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. — 1 May 1861

gailg gateuigettce* CAMPBELL & M'DEEHOT, Elf I TO JM ASD rtO?RU.TOBS. f 8 tX&~DAnT,d?liv?r^ i& city, pr *?k, 10 ? Dmr, by *aril, tn mdT*oc- 4 T*i-W nm. kjr m?fl, in kdnon, WKmT,bj ?fl.la?d*inf? 1,?.? W H EEL I K G: Wednesday Horning, Kay 1,1861. S^1, ? ' 1 ? .T-T Unlon Candidate for Confrcti, William g. brown or rtUTox corsfTT TJp, up With that bnMr! wj^r?*?r H awy c?n," Oar mfBftoas shall *mllj around; ? Mttop affrnwia that nmnant shall fall Wbnthitiaiba ba trailed on tha ground. "If Kentucky to-morrow un furl* the banner of retitlanee, I never wUl fykt under that banner. I owe a paramount allegiance to the whole Union?a subordinate one to my own StnteV?Henry Clay In the United State* Senate, 1850. OoeA 3T?w? from Baltimore. Baltimore it rapidly coming to ber .senses. We bare a dispatch stating that a spontaneous meeting was held on Mon day night. a? which 20,000 people were present. Straight out Union speeches were made, and the Star Spangled Banner was unfurled, and t...

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. — 1 May 1861

<41,111 ii gntclligentcr .? Largest CirouUtion of any Paper In Western Virginia. ~B? ^ _____ Wednesday Morning. May 1.1861. Notice to Snbicrlberw. We wish our friends who are sending us auti'criplion* by mail, for leas than a year tu cut out nud bear in mind this tariff of rates, nnd so avoid misunderstandings. Weeklv 0 months 60c. * 3 ?? 35c. Duilv 0 months '? -$2.75 ..*3 4i 1.50 ? l " - GOc. Tri-Weekly ?*? mouths $1.75 3 ?? 1,00 1 ?? 35c. 93tFrom tue Relay House.?A cor respondent?at the Relay house, writing to the Baltimore Sun says that p!nce has sud denly become a much desired "Mecca" for the wires and families of officials at Wash* iugton, and the residents of the city, all of vr'jom, impelled by a sense of either real or fancied insecurity, arc "fleeing from the *r*th to come.'1 Parties continue to ar- I rive here almost every hour from th? cap* ! ital, in hacks nud on foot, as it is the near-'; est point to take the cars for the \V>M by Wheeling, and the East by way of ...

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. — 1 May 1861

' f^n.16 oromtxiox. w/icK nun. farewell to tba bf of onr rot.4). *Tttf gSoriee once gladdeoed n?j haut; It*?on* m no more in fowiamdon. And Iuuiitasdiu preitip!<I?put I knrM it mTNtb *hfn I mIM Beneath iubitad fold* on tb< ocean; AadlkMvcvaryviHFeHvMfaaiM Bj th* bfiw*od the bee withraotWi. l*ee watched U wit!* feeling* the procdest When wiring la front of tb? tuttk Where the shoots of the fo*tnen were tnode-t. t 'JW the deith ?bot'? terrible ??J*. HowU gkaeU like a meteor of light. A* on. o'ct the deed and and the djiat, Iuwirrwn preaM fortrnwi ia fijebt. - Th?>ir Leaner la trirunputtftt flying! And j<*. with the fendset delight. In peeca I h*I? *?D iS q slurJed. With If* Iwacon of tur* for tb? night. Its rainbow of bopo to the world! Then I thought? U ktnuMd on tbc It ?e?nMl for all tjruu a waruiap While nation* enslaved ?V>nid yet bail It tbo herald of IA bertyVtaornlng! Farewell to that flag and its glory, By the madneae of fartfon betrayed : Henceforth It may IHrr...

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. — 2 May 1861

VOLUME 9. MAY 2, 1861. NUMBER 214 599 * ~ I'KISTKP A.NJrj't7ULISHJfD 1 CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, . iffll .mi /*? *f W ft JM 4MB 4V I5TBLL1CENCEK nUILDlKG?, ; X K^"rn"'?/ Qu!neyahH Vain-Sis. T KK^IS: t??i!v.(by mni^payabl* iu uJvauc*\....4?tOO H/ ll??? Week ~~~ .. 10 tri-W-jkljr, (per year, payable In*AxyK0,)..^.7:.?ZflO iy- .UrtrtMiin dune on retomblt teranC- ' AII adrertieementji fmm.a distance, or fnim transient city customer*, fount be paid iu adrance. "in"subancB.- " ^TNA; Insurance Co. of Hartford. INCORPOIiATE.D 1S18,. Capital & Surplus. ?2,194400.02. lb* I.VOOUK of this Cogipauy 1* DOUDLK that of any other Kir# lu*Mr?QeeX'<?rporaUpn.iti the ouuwiVUu*. .O . G A ssets, January 'I, 1860. e*?hiuliaud,*D6p.??itm*lu lUrti MU*ut-?^i34,419 48 Cuh in traiuit, and iu tiamU or Agwii*,.... lOO^V? Tli U. S.Treas. Notes, ?nd accruW Interest,......75,900 UO C. ??'. Stocks, 5 per ct. ?emt-anuual Interest,?.15d.750 00 i(e*lB*t*teu0ioi?aaMr?iLAr.iw..*t;w. M ioey do* the Co* ?aenrpd'.by.-...

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. — 2 May 1861

gail| | CAMPBELL ft M'DEBMOT, | SO I TOM OB riOPEltTOU. riEMB^-D*ttT,4?UTtred indtjr, ?cr wwk, 10 cem f \ Daot,by ?a,fa ?d?M>ctv- iN?.g f Tw-Wxkxt. by mail, InmdTanca. XjM Wnrnr.hyfmfl, 1,1?> j """" w HEEL, Y X O : I Thnrnlay Morning, May 2,1861. Union CamdidAte for CoBgrus* WILLIAM Q. BROWN ? 0T P*E6T0S COC5TY. I ?*Xf Kentucky to-morrow unfurls the banner of resiitanee, / never will jipkt under that banner. / oice a paramount allegiance to the tokol* Union?a subordinate one to my own State."?Henry Clay in the United State* Senate, 1850. Nothing could be more significant than the two articles which we pnblish this morning from the Baltimore American.? They reveal, in language too plain to be misunderstood by the dumbest secession traitor in all the land, the revulsion which has taken place in the public sentiment of that city, after a week'a experience of seces sion m oboe nicy. While the mob was at the xenith of its fury, the American was at the nadir of its depression, never...

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. — 2 May 1861

ijiuljr jpMupffiS i?. Ltf gait Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-ffio Thursday Morning. May 2.1861. ~ \otlct to Mall Sobacrlbcri. We wish out friends who are sending us subicriptions by mail, for less than a year to catgut nud bear in mind this tariff of rates, and so aroid misunderstandings. Weekly V months COc. 3 44 35c. Daily 6 months :~$2.75 ?? 3 " 1.50 *? 1 " .. 50c. Tri-Weeklv 6 months $1,75 ? * 3 " 1,00 ?< 1 4 35c. g^jylnrariablr in advsuce. 8^?Mebchasts McETrxo?Tub License Qi'EiTiox.?A meeting of the merchants if tbecity was held at the Grand Jury room of the Court Hot;?? yesterday morning.? Dr. T. H. Logan was called to the Chair, and Henry Crnogle appointed Secretary. Dr. Logan, upon taking the chair, said that he understood the object of the meet ing to be to take some action as to the payment or repudiation of the licenses to do business in this city, and to adopt some tne?ns by which all interested might come to some definite understanding, and act in uar...

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. — 2 May 1861

gjiiiif gnteiligcnccr; i i> i ir- ?1 Old Friandi with new Dremea. OriffimU'.^Go to-the Devil and shake yourself V tmprvtd. Proceed to the Arch-enemy of Mautaud agitate your person. Or.- rtOC6ue who -squint*. He looks two ways, for Sunday." Imp. One who, by reason of tbe adverse disposition x>f his optic*?a natal defect? is forced to scrutinize in dnplc directions for tbe UUristian Sabb-tth. Or. "Pon't count yonr chickens before they are- hatched." Imp. Enumerate not yonr adolescent pullets, ere they cease to be oviform. Or. "Sauce /or the goote j3 sauce for the ganger/' Imp'. The culinary adornments .which suffice for the . female of the racc Anser. majr^be relished aUo with the masculine adntt of the same species. Or. "Let well enough alone." fjnp. Suffer a healthy sufficiency to re main in solitude. Or. 4,Xone to deaf as them that won't hear." Imp. Xo persons are so obtuse in their anricular apprehension equal to those who repudiate vocal incomes by adverse incli nation. * _...

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. — 3 May 1861

VOLUME D. WHEELING, VA., FRIDAY MAY 3, 1SG1. NUMBER '215 PKl.NTKD AND PUUL18I1KD BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELLIOEXCER nVILDINOS, .V. IL rttrr??r of (juiucy and Stain-Sit. K R MS: |U-!r.(l>T uwil,|")*l?l? u? ? $5.00 Br t'm W'wk If Tri-Weekly, (per yMur,i*yableiu advame,) 3,00 Advertising done on reasonable terms. A11 vertlsemcnta from a distance, or from transient c!ty cn?t??mers, niiwl I>e paid in a.!r?i,{*. INSURANCE '""^ETNp Insurance Co. ol Hartford. l.VCOKI'ORATED lSlO. Capital & Surphi?, S2.194,100.02. the IXOMfi of this Company Is DOUBLE that of any other Kire Insurance Corporation in the Uflltvd S.lMl4l4. A<?cl?, January 1, I860. Cosh in hind,k Depjsftriin !1 artl'd U inki,$i34f4iS 48 Cash iu transit, au 1 in bowls of Ageut* ltK).??7 7 S V. S.TrdsM. Note*, and accrued lnterest.......75.90o 00 C s.Stock?.5porct. ?eail-aiiuattl interest, 1 .">6,7 50 00 K-U Rotate uuin to inhered ;..M..T.....H*6,t90 00 M^aey dne the Co., secured by Mortgage,........451 76 pe...

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. — 3 May 1861

J fjaiig gatelligeufc* CAMPBELL & H'DEBHOT, EDITORS A5D PAOrJUXTOEB. f KRMIL?DaSIY,delivered la dtjr, par veek, 10 etnt ? TM-Wtaa^by m*0, in *^^0* WmiTtby tamfl. inadranr*, l,?b W H K R I, JNG: Friday Morning, May 3,1861. Caloa Candidate for Coagrcas, WILLIAM G. BROWN - or FKUTOX COCtfTY. Up, up with that tnsnar! whera'er it may call, Oar sQUansabaU rmUj atwod; A nation of frtomre that moment Khali fall Wban tta stan ahall ba trailad on the snmod. *If Kentucky to-morrow unfurls the banner of resistance, ? t never will jipht under that banner. I owe a paramount allegiance to the whole Union?a subordinate one to my own State."?Henry Clay in the United States Senate, 1050. Ohio Conntjrpaya no Revenue to the Traitors. The most enthusiastic meeting that was ever held by the merchant! of the city of Wheellcg wat held yesterday afternoon at the Conrt House. Tbey there met almost in a solid body, and without one dissenting volte resolved that they would pay no rev en ties to the rerolnt...

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. — 3 May 1861

giiilu guteHigcttCiyj t~ Largest Circulation of any Paper in j Western Virginia. Friday. Morning, Kay 3, 1861. v SENIOR HOME GUAHD. i The member# of tlil< Company will meet At AVaiom 11*11. JMn ?treet. tbU eveaiug At 7 H o tlJCk, t?> complete their organization, i. l>y order. wj3 GRO. IIAUUlSON, Secretary. Notice to Hall Subscriber*. We xiUU our friend* who tire sending us subscriptions by mail, for less than a year to cut out find bear iu niiud thi3 tariff of rates, and so avoid misunderstandings. Weekly 6 months 60c. Daily 6 months.... -$ ^ '? i " .. 50c. Tri-Weekly C mouths $1,75 Iftjy In variably in advance. TUB LICENSE atESTlON. Enthusiastic Meeting at the Court House. THE M?JKCIlANT3 op tub city unanimously REFUSE TO PAY LICENSE TO AN USURPED GOVERNMENT. An adjourned meeting of the merchants of the city wan held yesterday afternoon at the Court House* for the purpose of ta king some action upon the license ques tion, in view of the so-called secession of the State and...

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. — 3 May 1861

f fail]) stttehigcnccr. MV COtXTRY. I. My country, 'lis of thee Sweet land of Libertr, Of thee 1 sing; Land where my fathers died. Land ot the Pilgrim's pride, From every mountain'* aide Let Freedom ring. II. My native country, thee? Lnnd of the noble, free? Thy name I love; I love thy rocks and rills. thy* woods and templed bill-; My heart with rapture thrillu Like that above. III. Let munic swell the breeze, And ring from all the trees Sweet Freedom's song; Let mortal tongues awake. Let all that breathe partake; I?et rocks their silencc break.? The sound prolong. IV. Our fathers* God to thee, Author of Liberty, To Thee we sing: Long may our land be bright With Freedom's holy light; Protect us by thy might, Great God, our King. W. X?. SA?TEXA. .J.U.flAWTCLL W. D. SAWTELL & BRO. Manufketorer* and Dealers in CLOTHING, No. ? >Ionroo Street, J an 4 Wheelias, Vm. COL.SAM. COLT'S revolving FIRE ARMS Platoli, Rifle*, Carbine* ?fc Shot Gum PATtxta or 18ft0; 1855; 1857; 1858. 'tiHESK...

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. — 4 May 1861

NUMBER >210 VOLUME 9. I'll!NTfcU.AND PUBLISHED BY - OAltt^ELL & M'DERIffOT, I VTF.LMOI2XCEII BriI-DI3fO?f V. AT. nf Quinry amiStain-StM. T EKMSj y. :r.<by nru!, payable in advance,).. $5,00 g,. ; ?.?? Week 10 Tr..u ekly. (per year,payable In advance,)......... 3,00 42- Advertising tl?ne on reasonable terms. \I2 vl vcrttiemcnts from n distance. or front transient git) cOit??:neriy must be juid in advaucst. r INSURANCE. TO THOSE WHO WISH TO BE INSUR ED against all contingencies. rpIt 12 IIOHSIXSraiNCE COMPANY X Of .<?? York. 5v<:t OtriTU/everydolhrpaid In) fl,900,00( " Continent Fund (uwi< 500,00( The tersest Grt<?b Capital for Ihe Minouut of risk o i ?, otfice in the United States. VV. K. PETERSON, Agent. ffiHfilXHURANCE CO.OFTIIE val< { LBV OF VIRGINIA. Can Cjm*L(pald iu) ... $300,000 Much th?- l.irgo4t Ca-h Capital of auy ottlco charter #4 b* tiiUatate. ^ j-Kirv end Inland tl?k* taken on the most tea i-nall'* term-*. ; -.??*;* einitably H.ljn*te?i and promp...

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. — 4 May 1861

Ifftilg IfttieUigcttccx CAMPBELL &~lfl>EBX0f7~ KDITORS AXD PBOPR1STOKS. T KRMB.-DiitT.ilcUTemiindxy, per vrek, 10 cent i Daily, by mail,in idriace^-...- ...$5,10 Tu-Wltitr. by mail, in mdraoc<v- 3,0? Wmu.bjr mail. iB?lnucer 1,00 W H E K iTTrsT G; Saturday Morning, May 4,1861. Union Candidate for Cougrci?, WILLIAM G. BROWN op PRRSTOS COUMTV. I'p, up with that banner! ?bw'?r it may call, Onr milllnn? *Ual! rally *ruuu<I: A nation of frtrmen that mbment thill (all When it* stare ?hall be trailed on the ground. liIf Kentucky to-morrow unfurls the banner of resistance, I never will fight under that banner. I owe a paramount allegiance to the whole Union?a subordinate one to my own Stat*-."?llenrr Clay in the United States Senate, 1850. Judge Camden* We see it announced that Judge Cam den, of Harrison county, Va., has been sent as one of the delegates from the Vir ginia Convention to the Southern Confed eracy. We have this to say about Cam den': A few days ago an elderly gent...

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. — 4 May 1861

ji.iilii gntcltigcttm' r ,rfeit Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. ?%# Saturday Morning. May 4, 1861. \ollce to M?? Subscribers. rtV ?;sli our friend' who arc sending ns , lions by ma.l, for less than a year ' !,'cai .lilt and bear in mind this tariff of ?.,rt to avoid misunderstandings. !?.; V ? month* I " 'ZZZZZZZZZZZZ'Z 50c. i l.i-lViiLly 0 moutbs Sj!00 i 1 ?' 'i. 35c. i jgylnrnrUbly in advance. y^-Cirv Council.?A called meeting j of ;ne City Council was held last evening ; :,t the C.iuacil Chamber. \ petition was read from llie keepers of; coffte houses, asking that license be grant- i eJ tolUe'm by piying (|U irterly in advance, ' ,?>teaJ oi annually in advaoee, as hereto fore. The petitioners asked this as a mnt ,cr of jiutice, in view of the unprecedented condition of our State and Federal affairs, irben there is little security (or business, ? 1 when everything is upside down. Mr. Wilkinson said that unless these li censes n'ere paid ill for the whole of the ve...

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