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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 4 May 1861

r r ^ ail]> guicIU^ncct. i A Queer People. Chambers Journal, discussing a'recent ? book of missionary travel? In Africa, thus ; alludes to one of the tribe ? vrhicb are found in that strange land. "Bit tbe Firanftest of all nre the ftorif.s told of t he Dokos, who live among tbe moist. warm natnhoo trooris to the aonth of Kafir* and Sum. Only four feel high, of a dark ?liv* color, savage and naked, j they bave neither houses nor temple-, . neither fire nor hnman food. They live ; only on sots, juice and serpents, div?*rsi tied by a few root* and fruits; they let their \ nails grow Jonjr. like talons, the better 10 ; dig for ants, aud the more easy to tear in { piecos their favorite snakes. ?'TJbry do not rnarry, but live indisprim- j inativc iives of animal*, multiplying very ; rapidly, and with very little material in- j atincf. The mother nurses her child only j tor a abort time, accustoming it to catitnt* ; and serpents as soon as possible, and when i? can help itself, it wand...

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. — 6 May 1861

'jit7(ia wan WHEELING, VA .MON DAI' MORNING, MAY (5. 1861 VOLUME 9. NUMBER 217 PIUNTKD AND PUBLISHED BY ? Q| CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT,; IXTBIX1CE5CKR BriLDWGS, ?V. A*. rori?*r </ Quincy and Jtain-Sts. T K R M S t D?i'>v.(by mall,payable In advanca,)u? ? 15,00 j By lint Wffk mm. 10 TrMVeekly, (peryear, payable in advance,) 3,00 0^ Advertising done on reawnable terms. All advertisement* fr??m a distance, or from transient city customer*, n?unt be paid in advance. Y NSU RAN C eT TO THOSE WHO "WISH TO BE INSURED AO A INST ALL C0NTIXUEXC1KS. rllHE IIOME IISORAXCS COUPAXV JL of New York. Cua Ciprr AL(every dollar paid iu) ? $1,000,000 *? Contingent Fund (over( 600,000 The largest Cash Capital Tor the aiaouut of risk o : aay office in the United Stat W. f. PETER&ON, Agent. fiUIK IXSUR AXC'K CO. OP THE VAL JL LEV OP VIRGINIA. C isa Capital (paid in) ... ..... $300,000 Much the largest Ca?U Capital of any office charter ed by this State. tfjf-Firt and Inland risk* taken on the moat ...

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. — 6 May 1861

gjailg CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOTt~ EDITORS 1SD rSO?BISTOE3. ? ... IlRMB^-DilUldaUmrdladtT, per week, 10 centi Daily, by'mail, in adranca?.............. 15,1 0 T*x>Wsrzz.T, by mall, In advance^....... 3,09 Wnc.Ttby mall, inadranco^... l.H WHEELING: ~ Monday Morning, May 6.1861. Union Candidate for Congrei*, WILLIAM Gt. BROWN OF P&ESTOS COUNTY. Up, op with that banner! vbm'ar it may tall, Oar millions iball rally ttroaud; A nation of freemen that moment ibajl (all r When Sta star* abali be trailed on the ground. *lIf Kentucky to-morrow unfurls the banner of retUtance, I never will jiflkt under that banner. I oue a paramount allegiance to tk* whole Union?a subordinate one to >y own State.9*?-Henry Clay in the United States Senate, 1850. Good 2Vcwh. Onr paper is replete -with good news to day, from borne and abroad. Good news comes to us from Washington, from Balti more, from New York, and from moat everywhere else. The Government is moving silently but strongly and majes ticall...

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. — 6 May 1861

giitlf gutelligcnm jCLirgest circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Monday Mcrninf*, May 6, 1861. Attention, Co. B. i TilK JIEMBBIIS or C<?WASY B. JACK- u mS1i\ 11 villi* Guard?, aro hereby notified to tip-& iw iC at their Armory. American Halt, to ni^ht J|f h at o'cl.K-k. i:n*inesa of argent importance if tlernan'l- a full an<l |iuuctual attf usance nijG Ey order of T. II. NO ETON, Com'dt. Notice to JUali Subtcribrr*. We wish our friend* who are seudiug as subscriptions by mail, for k-ss thun a year to cut out nod bear in mind tb?9 taritf of rites, and ?o avoid misunderstandings. Weeklr months 60c. J 44 *..... 35c. Dailv 0 months... $2 75 ??*3 *? .. 1.50 " 1 44 ? 60c. Tri-Weekly C months SI.75 ?? " 3 ?? 1,00 1 41 35c. lnvitriably in advance. THE UNION FOREVER! THE MASS MEETING At the Court Houie ou Saturday. THE LAltGKaT MEETING KVEH 11 ELD IN OHIO COUNTY. A TRE3IESDOC8 GATHERING OP TU1C PEOPLE. STRAIGHT- O UT UESOL UTIONSI ; The meeting at the Court House on Sat u...

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. — 6 May 1861

WHOLESALE and RETAIL. S. HARPER &BRO. The largest and beet selected Stock of Hats and Caps Jlay always be found at HARPER & BRO'S CHE&P BMmitJM, N"o. 129 COR. MAIN AND UNION 8TS, wsmMm, ?&. , tr. Z>. SAV7C1L.' a. w. sxvrttlX ' W. J>. SAWTBLL & BRO. Manifacturerc aud Dealers in CLOTHING,: No. Q Monroe Street, jita4 Wheellnc, V?? COL. 8AH. COLT'S KEVOLVING FIHE ARMS PlatoUi ftMes, C?rt>tx??a dc. Shot Gnn? Patxvt* or 19?0s 16M; 1M7; UM. rpaESE ARMS HAVE NO EQUALS IN QUALITY I andflnirh; are adopteJ by the Army and Xary of the United State*, and tbe principal jpvrcrnmeut ? of Europe; are uniform in all their pnrt*,are simple, cafe. Bare, venricable and can be had in one hundred varieties. a* well as Cartridge* of Po-wder. hall and ?hot. and all nroull part* for repair*, from all re?p"t able <nn dealer*, and the Ilatuware trade generally Addre**, Secretary COLTS PATKXT FIRE ARMS MAN*I"0 CO., myft-3tn* Hartford, Conn. NEW FIRM. f (WE UNDERSIGNED HAVE AsStXJ...

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. — 7 May 1861

VOLUME 9 NUMBER 21S WHEELING, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1861 PRINTED-AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERHOT, 1.VTKLL1QENCER UIILOING8, y. E.o rn-7 nj tyiincj and Maih-SU. T 15 I* >1 ** * i?. m^il.pajable in $5,00 II, 10 Trl-\V>*Wly,\peryeur, payable In advance,)........'. 3,00 tjj- V(lr?-ri?#i?iR d-me on reasonable terms. A tl v.i v*rtiM?ment* from a distance. or from transient citr co?t.?:uers, mixl be paid in advance. I N S tTr iTNciT ?X O THOSE WHO "WISH TO BE 1 UST SURE D AUAlNSr ALL CONTINGENCIES. fnllKIIOMElNSmtANCKCOMPANY J of New York. Cvin irAMXALveverydollarjyaid iu) $1,000,000 ?? Continent Fund (0Vvi< 50u,000 fu?* l?t Ca?h Capital for the amount of risk o ?-4? oflic* iu tUe United Stat~*. W. r*. PETERSON, Agent. 'pHEl.VSCR'AXCE CO.OF TUB VAL L LB/ OF VIV.OIXIA. 0*au Capital (paid iu) $300,000 Much tl.~ largest Cath Capital of any ollice charter* r-J by tl?l? State. j/Wl ire and Inland risk* taken on the xnost rea inoable l?rim. I. .njie initably adjusted and...

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. — 7 May 1861

jaUg gateniptim* CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS A3D PROPRIETORS. tSRXB.?Dailt,dell r?r?4 in cfly, per WMk, 10 cms ? Dart, bjmail, Id tdruc? $5,< ?? Tux-VTrtxtr, by mall, iu advance^...... 3,fiP W?XLT,by mail, la advance,. l,c? W H K K ETnoT Tuesday Morning, May 7,1861. Union Candidate for Congrciii WILLIAM G. BROWN OF PUERTO!<C COCVTY. Up, op with that banner! whwVer it tuny c*!l. * Oar million* thai! rally around; A nation of freemen that moment shall fell Wben It* itan ?hall be trailed on the ground. For the Senate and Houae of Dele gates. Since tbc Richmond Jacobins have duly Announced to us that we are to be per mitted to Toteon the 23d of this month for members of the Stnte Senate and House of Delegates, and since that time is very near at hand, it is full lute for us to come to some conclusion as to]whom we shall vote for. The secessionists, nfter the in glorious failure of their Wellsburg furce, will, we presume, have nocaudidate in the field for the Senate. There 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. — 7 May 1861

,f. Lirgost Circulation of any Paper m Western Virginia."<ta Tuesday Morning, May 7, 1881. Police to Mail Sub^rrlbcrii. V%> wish o?ir friends wlio arc* sending us sub* riptions by mail, for less than u year to cut out nud bear in mind this tariff of rates, and so avoid misunderstandings. Week IV 6 months 60c. ?? * i ? 35c. Daily 6 months ~S'2.?5 .*3 " 1.50 ? 1 " - 5(1C. Tri-Weekly G months SI,75 3 - 1,00 ?* I u 35c. pgylntiiriably in ndvitucc. writing of the Union newspaper our sensations sire not uulilic those which a kind-hearted mm migl.texperience in tor turing a sluggish toitoiie that lay squirming upon its back. And the iirm conviction tb'tt the thick skin of the concern is scarcely less bard and insensible than that of the torpid reptile, is the only consider ation that could induce us to say a word about it now. ll still keeps stauding, in bold letters, at the head of its columns, the following liuej: The largest Daily circulation 1 The largest Tri-weekly circulution! ...

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. — 7 May 1861

atltt ?htfcttigcnrcr. A wanderer i? Nicttrnjtua, while recent ly parsing through the village of Pueblo Naero, discovered a relic of Gen. Mirabeou B. Lamar, late American Minister to that country, in the form of a poetical effusion, dedicated to the belle of ? pogadn?tl??r ??Daughter of Mendoz.it" " O lend to me, ?w.n>1 night in??1<>. Your music by the fountain*. And l.nd to roe yuor c.?ltn>-e?. <?! river of lb? monntaiiM. That I may *.10* my gay brunette? A diatnoti d spark, in cuml ml, Gem for a prince"* coronet? ?TJiodiOslitT ?f MtiiJim, llovr brflti?T>t in the twiniiuz ?t?n Tit* ?jvning rtir?bow tender; The li?ht ot both U io her eye*? Thrir *>ftn??i* and their eplenilor. But fir the ia-h that shades their light. They were too dazzling for the sight. Ami when *lie ?hoU tbera?all is ni^ht, The daughter ?>f Mendoia. Ob! ever bright and beaut eon* one, Bewil teeing and beguiling; The lnte i? in tby silver tones The rainbow in thy mailing: And thine is. too. n...

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. — 8 May 1861

VOLUME 9. NUMBER 21J) WHEELING; WEDNESDAY MORNING, MA.Y 8, 1S61. i*Kl.\Tr.D AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & ffi'DERMOTj IXTELLIOENCER DUILDIXUfi; V. JS .;i,rn'r of Quincj and Main-HU. T K R M S s fldlv.(by m?H, payable in advance, >.? $5,00 Hy t f.*? Week 10 Tri-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance,).... 3,00 jfg- AdvertWng done on reasonable terms. All ?vl vertiaements from a distance, or from transient city cu?tomers, muat l>c paid in advance. I N SUR AN GEv TO THOSE WHO WISH TO BE I 1ST SU E E 3D! AOAlS^r ALL CONTINGENCIES.* .I1HB HOME iXSUHANCE company |_ of N'ew York. C?? C.iHtAt.(every dollar paid in) $1,000,000 ?? Contingent Fniid(ov?r( .. 500,00a The Ur^iut t'.u!i for the aiuouut of risk u fj?- oilke in lUu United Statvi. W. F. PETERSON, Agent. ri'lIEIXSWRAXCK CO.OFTHE VAL I LEV OK VIRGINIA. C\1B CsPlTAMpaid in) ............. $300,000 Sluch tlu'larijMt Cub Capitol of any office charter ed by this state. 3jf*Kirc and Inlaud ri?tk* takou on the moat rea sonable terms. L...

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. — 8 May 1861

CAMPBELL & M'DEEMOT, CDITOSfl ASH PBOPBIXTOBS. tIRVi?lUtLTydattverad i a ch ?, per vctk, 10 wnti Diqt,by mail, la ?dTuio^MM..MH....K(0 Tn-Wrmr. by mall, in adTaace^-.? 3.G? WuxiT. bj audi, laadraacft,??. 1 ,<j? "" W HKEI.ISG;" Wednetday Morning. May 8. 1861. Unlou Candidate for Congrcit, WILLIAM G. BROWN Ol" PBESTOV COCXTY. Cp, ?p with thai banoer! wbtw'er it mty call. J Oar million* thall rally around; A nation of freemen that moment shall Call When ita ?tar* shall be trailed on the grotind. *LIf Kentucky to-morrow un furl* the banner of resistance, / never will fipht under that banner. I owe a paramount alltgiancc to the whole Union?a subordinate one to my own State.*'?Henry Clay in the United States Senate, 1850. Tlte Convention. From present appearances the Conven tion in this city on next Monday, trill he ? very lsrge one, and will contain dele gates from almost every connty West of the Allegbanie*. ConTlnced of onr Cuvrorthinan. The Richmond Whig is convinced of the gen...

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. — 8 May 1861

aS\\W\) gntcUtgeitcet' ~ ~ Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-** Wednesday Morning, May 8, 1861. Notice to Mail Subscriber*. \\*e wish our friends who are sending us 5nbi?-ripiioo< by mail, for leas than u year t0 cut out and bear in miud ibis tariff of r.ite?. and so avoid misunderstandings. WrekH* ?? months 60c. | .. ' J ?? 35c. j LMilv C months - ~$2.75 ..'3 " 1.50 .. l ?? 50c. lii-Weeklv 0 months ?1,76 . :< " 1,00! 1 ?* 35c. I gggflnvariablV in advame. j^yfUsq Oct YiiUit BAXStttS.?As the j Convention is to assemble here on Monday neiSt we bo|?e "l LT=ion men will ] prepare to bang out their bauners, that the glurious emblems o 1 jiatriotism may greet the eye at every comer. We know of many citizen* who have already determin ed to do this if they have to make the flags out ot their shirts. It is expected that there will be n large uamber of strangers present from all parts of Western Virginia. and it will do their I hearts good to see/the city gaily bedec...

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. — 8 May 1861

WHOLESALE and RETAIL. S, HARPER &BRO. The largest and best selcctcd Stock of Hats and Caps May always be found at HARPER Sl BRO'S CHEAP BMmttlMt ISTo. 129 COR. IAIN AND UNION 8TS, ?wssm&m, w. u. uvrtu. o.o.hawtc: . *OT. D. SAWTBLL & BRO. >hnabcturcri and Di alers iu CJ^OTHCIINrGh, . No. O Moni'oe Street, Janl Wheeling, V*. ,'COL. SAM. COLT'S INVOLVING FIRE ARMS PUlola, Rlfleat Carbines db Sliot Gum Pa.ti*t# or I860; 1S?5; 1857: 18M. rpHBSK ARMS HAVE NO EQUALS IN QUALITY L andtlaUh; are adopted by the Army and X?v) of >he United State#, and the principal government ? UT Europe; are uniform in all their part*, ate simple. #afe. i.ure, *er* icable ami cud b? had in one hundro-i varieties, ai well as Cartridge* of Powder, ball and rhot. and all irnall part* for repairs, from all re?)NN:t able gun dealer*, and tiie Hardware trade generally Addreu, Secretary COLT'S PATENT FIRK ARMS MAVF'O CO., wyMtn* Hartford, Conn. NEWFIRM. r IMIE UNDERSIGN ED IIATE AstfOCIATEDTHEM X. s...

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. — 9 May 1861

VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 9, 1861. NUMBER 2-20 ?'Ki.\n:i? ami rcpusiutD by OAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IM'Iil.MOUKCEU BriLDINGD, _V. JC.rvrm.-rrf Quincy end Main-SU. T K U M S t i> rU.(hj m U!, p?y?b!e in adraooe,V? to,00 U? f1!* Wffk ? ? 10 T-J.u <*kJy.'pery?ar,payableln ....... 3,00 g-jj- \.jrrrt Wn? d?m? on reasonable terras. All advertisement* from a dl^ne|% or from transient eilj cn?toro?rn, must be paid in edvauce. INSURANCE. TO THOSE WHO WISH TO BE INSURED Aj.U.SSl' ALL CJXTl-S'OENClXS. rpIIE II031K IVSUilAXCE COMPANY X of Now York. Cviu Ciptrai(e verydulUrpaid In; ... $1,000,000 ?? Contingent Fund (ov?i<...... .. 600,00o Tit" Ur jwt C?<bGiylUl for Ili? amount of risk o aoy ofllcr iu the l'uit**d SUirt. W. F. PETERSON, Agent. f nil BI .VS I'A VNC B CO. OP TilB VAL 1 LEY OP VIRGINIA. Cub 0*WAi(pald in) ? ?.;.... $300,000 Mach tb* torment Ca^li Capital of any otBc* charter by tiii? Stai ??. ?^-Kir? and lul-ind risk* taken on the mo*t rea ianil>i...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 9 May 1861

gaily Uttteltigeua* CAMPBELL & M'DEEM01, SOXTOftS AKD rBOPftlKTOM. t8K MB.?Diitr,d?llTerMi in cily, per ?{?k, 10 era 11 DuLT,bjr mail, lit *dr?Lnc^..?.. 0 Tu-Vsoit. by null, in BdTanccu~ 3,0?? VmtT.by eaIl,infelTaac?^...N...m. l,t?. W H E E L I N O: Thnr?day Morning. May 9,1861. Union Candidate for Congress, WILLIAM G. BROWN OT PBESTOX COWTY. , God guar I ?ar flag* ?o4 k<*p MCb lUr 2ach strip* u bright u now the/ wtft, BUll malt* It lead oor ranks In war, Still float above each patriot's grace, ? Death to tba traitor that would dsra To trail H through the dost of shame. All honest hearts its lot will share And follow it to Death or Fame. . %tJf Kentucky to-morrow unfurls the banner of resistance, I. never will fight under that banner. ? owe a paramount allegiance to the whole Union?a subordinate one to my own Slate.'*?Henry City io the Unitc?i Slate* Senate, 1850. The Bfewi This morning, from far off* and close by, la very cheering. Rend Reverdy Johnson'* able and patriotic s...

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. — 9 May 1861

Ijailu gntelltymr t Circulation of mny P*per in ' Western Virginio.-S? _ _ _ Thursday Morning, Kay 9, 1861. XoVlee to Hall Sithncrlb^r*. We wish our friends who are sending as riplium by mail, for l?S3 tbsa ? jrcur ,0 cut "lit nuil bear iu mind this tariff or and so moid misunderstandings. . j Vfreklr '? month* 6"c. | ? ? " 3 ?' 35c. J Daily C months -$2.75 3 - 1.50 i. x " - &'Jc. fy-Weeklv C mouths .$1,75 " i ?? 1,00 1 " 35c. jgy-Invrtrinblj* in ndv?tncc. the City.?Major Oakes, U. S. ! Arinv, arrived nt the McLure Home la t evening, and Ikft night iu company with the officers inspc.-ted several or the Union military companies. Flour xsd Provisions.?We have hern officially requested lo warn shippers of U' urand provisions In this city against anv infrncti??n of the understanding e..ter- j ed into between the Ohio authorities and j ifveral of the dealers here. If that un derftanding is not scrupulously observed tie topply will be cut off. jgggrWe see by the Philadelphia papers ib...

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. — 9 May 1861

???dfcM?*1????rnmmatamOW? m Jjmlt) guidUrieuccy. j [MTriUoa fJr the Iijtrili^wer. TWILIGHT. DEDICATED TO SUM OBO VIE V. B., Or BBOOKLYX Tbe sun has gone over the bills again? tbe bright and cheering eon that came to j us in all bi? splendid beaut? at early morn: nnd nuff. on tbe bosom of tbe blushing sli\ only, mar be seen tbe traccs of bis golden lips. But be will come back again?will come i back, arrayed In ulUthe dazzling splendor of his resurrection joy,and lido the clouds of heaven is bis gilded chariot of beaming beauty. So you do not weep when tbe h i < gream of hi* departed glory dies out in the West, bnt yon turn to your own heart, mid wonder if uljjtbe.SMLCet hojjeiof iiie morn ing, that came to you with the sun, and went sway with bim to bis nightly grave, j will ever return. Abl your soul trembles i at the thought! ; And yet you sometimes tbink that, if the j world were uot eo full of cares, trials and ! grief, it wonld not be half so dear to the | human heart. And th...

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. — 10 May 1861

rUlSThS} ASD I'lllLlSIIBD BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELMOESCBR BVILDIAGg, .V. E. tarnrr of (Jttincy and Main-Stt. X K RMS: l> 'T>jr nmll.p-tysble In , ,f j^flQ Br ! - W'wk ?? - 10 trMtv?kljr,<i?r y<*r,j?jral>lMn advance,)... 8,00 OJr A-lwtMn* d-ioo on rrafemnble t?naa.. v All *lt*rti#etnrnU from adUUpce, or from transient city cuilomert, must b? paid in advance. I irsllEA'N"CE~ TO THOSE WHO WISH TO BE I jST stjred AUAl.Sar A LI. C0.VTI.NUENC1ES. r|llIBjnOMKISSUIIAXCB COAIPASY C.u Ciptriirnwy dillarpaid iu) ?1 ooo no* ?? Cjl.lii.i-u: l- audCorcn 'iSoffi Th. larp-.! Ci.l, Capital f?r tl? unouut of rljk o .iy <>Sce lu the I uit?d 4tat?.*. w- ' ? I'RTERSOX, Agrot i|mKi.vsuit,ixcn:co.opTni? v x T 1 lkv of vnmi.vu. A1" Cu" C.niALfimld la) ?..... <300,000 ^ C*p,U1 ?<?? I..?.^nlulUr &. United ud promptly p.ldb? W. *? PKTKItSOX, Ait. ,N8CnA?oB C..S OiwriL (paid In) trnim-n Cilh Continent Fund(oyer) sS..'."'" ntSS It. tUI.olUce th. asrarvd participate In thT...

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. — 10 May 1861

fJaUtf gutelligeujc! CAMPBELL & M'DEBMOT, editors AXD PROPRIETORS. T ERMS.?Dailt,delivered la city, per week, 10 ?i - Daily, by maO, In adranee.?? 16 Tu-VmiT, bj mall, ioadTtace, 3 Wrzur, by matt, in advance^ 1 WHEEji N O: Friday Morning, May 10, 1881. ~VBlOB~CaiidMBtc tor Coafrcta, WILLIAM G. BROWI; OP PBBSTOS COl'.NTY. ? God guard *ur flag, and keep each star Kach etrlpe m bright m now they wave. Still make it lead our rank* in war. Still float above each patriot'* grave, Death to the traitor that would dare - To trail it through the do?t of shame. All hooect heart* it* lot wiU share And.fi>Uow It to Death or Fame. "If Kentucky to-morrow unfurl* the Zaun? of ^resistance, I never mill fight under th tanner. I otce a paramount allegiance V the whole Union?u subordinate one to v> otcn State.**?Henry Clay in the Unit* States Senate, 1850. Will toe Here. Messrs. W. G. Brown, Frank Peirpoint, and other distinguished gentlemen on tb ? Union side, will be here to-morrow night, a...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 May 1861

jiuln gfttteUif ei# . Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia."K? Friday Morning, May 10,1861. police to Stall Subscriber*. \\> wisli our friends who nre sending us subscriptions by mail, for leas than a year to cut out and bear in mind this tariff of rate#, arid so avoid misunderstandings. W'eekh" *; months GOc. - 44 35c. P.iilv 0 months ..$2.75 ..*3 " - 1.50 1 44 50c. Tri-Wecklv C mouths Si,75 J 44 1,00 1 14 35c. g^gr-lnvnriablv iu advance. l^riliUTAitv.?MajJ Oakes of the U. S. Army id still in this city directing the organitatiou of military compauies, with the view to muster them into tho service of the government. Several companies are now forming, some of which, wc undei stund, are already full. The camp will be established at Wheel ing probably in the Fair Ground?, which will afford very pleasaut and convenient quarters. (,'ompauies nre also forming in the neighboring counties, as we are informed, which will also camp at Wheeling. Many persons in the country w...

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