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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 10 May 1861

xW\) gutclligcnccr. A Hint to Gaxdencm. Asxaoaie, May 6, 18G1. Edt. Intdligcxcer*?On the first of May I bad n splendid prospect of Trait?peach es, plums, cherries, apples and pears, but on the morning of the second **Tbr*rc came ? frost?a nippiug frost," and nil were destroyed. Even the currants ?^cre injured, which has never happened before in mr recollection. The strawber ries suffered fomc, hot I notice many blos soms tbat have put on' siocc the frostT that look well. v Supposing that other?, like myself, hare loat their truit, I would advise all to plant the Apple-pie Melon and the Husk Toma to {PLytalis Alkrktr.gi), or the Ground Cherry (P vizcatu). The first is much the largest, but 1 like the Gronnd Cherry best; with n littie lemon it makes a delicious pie. I=never ate better. It grows spon taneously in our dclds, and is considered rather a troublesome weed. When culti vated it is very productive. The Apple-pie Melon, also with lemon, makes excellent pics and sauce. One vine ...

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. — 11 May 1861

NUMBER 22"2 ORNING, MAY 11. 1861 WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY ? - 'i * ? '? " . ? : t; . , -itlVCAJK IfOil?? ? iii- %i:t tnoi*i ran 5 tutlri;! ill VOLUME 9. i'BI.XTKD AND PUBLISHED!^ CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iVTELIilOENCKU BUILDINGS, .V. K. coma- of Quincy and Moin-SU. T ICRM8: D .nr,(by mail,payable in advance,).? $6,00 a, iu# Week .""????; 10 Tri.\*>ekly,(pcr jr*ar,i*yablein advance,) ZfiO 47- Adverting done on reasonable terms. All ?.!verti*uient* from a distance, or from transient city cnsl omerm innet be paid In advance. *" IN 3 U RANGE. TO THOSE WHO WISH TO. BB. INSURED AOAK-'ar all co::ti.noencijes. .HllEIIOUEI.VSOaASOE COUP ANT ? of New Turk. i:?so r ii,iTAi(e very dollar paid In) ~..~....~$l,000,00o ?? Contingent Fund^orer( .............. 600,00o The l?r<c?t Cash Cwpitnl for tho amouut of rink ? 4?v orcein tb* UuiteJ 8ta?es. W. P. PETERSON, A*ent. fiiHE IX8VRAXCK CO.'OP THK VAL 1 LBV OF VIRGINIA. Ca-jU CiWT4L(pald in) ? : $300,000 Macti the Iar^e?t Ca<h Capital of anj o...

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. — 11 May 1861

CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, LDITOEB AVD PROPRIETORS. r g K M g^-Piiw.<UUwwd la City, per mtk, 10c?uti Dxirr, by mil, In advance^. ?f^ta Tti-Wxmr, by mail, in adrmaeet~~? 5,0^ Wr**TT,by m?n. in advance,. l.H W H K of resiitance, t tuvcr will fighCunder that banner. I owe a paramount allegiance to the whole Union?a subordinate- one tcr my own State."?Henry Clay In the United * States Senate, 1850. Reporters Coming In. The Pensacola reporter of the X. Y. Herald wno was also the reporter at Char leston, arrived here yesterday from Cin cinnati. He has been detailed here to re port the procedings of the Convention fur thst paper. He reports an exceedingly rough passage from Pensacola here. Arrived* lion. Jno. S. Csrlile, one of the delegates to the Convention, arrived yesterday, snd ia stopping at the M'Lare. Messrs. Brown, Pierpoiot and other dis tinguished gentlemen will be here this evening. Camden OB the Vcttce. We learn thnt Judge Camden, after hav ing been on the fence for some days...

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. — 11 May 1861

grilv f tt. Largest Circulation of any Paper.an j Western Virginia.*^* Saturday Morning:, May 11,1881. Xotlcr to Mall H?bMcri?>?rii. j tt'e aish our friend* who are fending us i ^ascriptions bjr mail, for lest than a year ij cut oat nod bear in mind ibis tarifi' of rates, and so avoid misunderstandings. W\ck!r 0 months 60c. " s " 35c. t);?iiv 6 months $2.70 " 3 " v: 1-60 I ' .. 60c. Tri-Weekly n months ?1 "5 " .-?????. l.'oo 1 35c. Jap-Invariably in adrnucr. . jSJ-Ths Circcit Court?JuDosTiioxr sos'8 Charge TO THE Jury.?The Circuit Court convened yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Judge O. W. Thompson presidirg. Sorae lime was consumed in empanneliog n Grand Jury. nfter which the Judge pro ceeded 10 charge them with reference to. the duties which they were called upon to discharge.^ The main poiuti of the Judg ed charge were as follows: He stated the Court was again convened io accordance with the Constitution and laws of this Commonwealth; and that iter, in accordance with those la...

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. — 11 May 1861

ffailj) gnicttigcncct. j - 1 ?'J m mm mm, , [From Vanity Fair, of Mftyl.1, The Whtrenbouti of Gea. Beaure f?rd. By TtlegrapK to Vanity Fair?JflirMtrnnrr of Daily Prrpcrp. Havre Iib Geace, April 26. Gen. Beauregard w*8 in Richmond at 23 minutes pail 6 o'clock yesterday, and will ottaclc Washington ntonce. Philadelphia, April 26. We learn on undoubted authority that Geo. Beauregard was in Alexandria at 23 minute* 'p*st C yesterday, reconnoiter lOg. ~Baltuiors, April 26. Gen. Beauregard was in Norfolk at-25 minutes past S yesterday, and took a..gin cocktail with several of the First Fatni lies. Havrl v% Grace, April 26. 1 learn from h gentleman just from Mo bile, that Gen. Beauregard is on his way Xortb, witb 150,000 troops. Gen. Beaure gard It six feet high,* .bui will not-'join Blower's "Household Guards." - Decline* advertising in the Household Journal. -. Absapolis; April-36. - Geo. Baauregard w? a discovered, in. the White House rear-yard last night at -20 minuses past 6,-armed-wi...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 May 1861

J :'??i? Upl'.?I -, . . sw v&tteB&cs VOLUME 9 W fI^ELINQ> Va., MQNDAY, MORNING, MAY 13, 1861 ?? flil.NTKD AND rUI)U8ilKI) MY CAMPBELL&M'DEKEOT, lXTKI.L10E.VCian Bl'lLprjtqi, .V. K tr'rnrr Qui?*.* and Mam-Sr*. T EK MS: mail. payable in advance,*^-.-. ~~$5,00 Hv the Week ?? ...................... 10 lr,.HV*kly,(peryear.payaliloin tdnn<?.)?.. 3^)0 trr Advertisingdone on reasonable terras. All adre rti^nientafrom a distance, or from transient city cuitomrn mmt be paid in advance. INSURANCE"? TO THOSE WHO Wisfifro BE INSURE X>; AGAINST ALL CONTINGENCIES. rplI)C-nO}ICI^l'IlA.\CS COB^A^Y 1 of Xe-r York. Cub CA**trAL(everyd?*Uarp:tfd In) ............$1,000.00^ ?? Cootiopnt 500,00o{ The brse-it Cash Capital for the (uununvof risk o . iir oAcvId the United Suuii. ?? ? W. F. PETElt&OX. Agent. milKI.VSrRAXC K CO.'OP THE VAL 1 LEV OF VIRGINIA. Cavb CtPlYAL (paid In) ...... 1300,000 Much the Urgent :Ca*h Capital of any office charter ed by thli StaUP. #^Fire and InUnd rls...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 May 1861

?aiig gftttelHgeuccr "CAMPBELL <fc M'DEEMOT, EDITORS AHD PR0PE1ET0ES. T *RM8.?Dau.t,delivered in city, per week, 10 cent ? Itailt, by mall, in ?dnnoe i&.C'O TtfWnu.1, by mail. In adTaoc*v-. 3.00 W?*n,r, by mail, in advance,-........... 1,0? W HEELIN Q~: Monday Morning, May 13,1861. Union Candidate for Cougreik, WILLIAM G. BROWN OF PBESTOJt COCHTV. God goaxd war flag, ^n(l k*ag> aach atar Eacb atrip* aa bright m now Uity vtbyo, Still make it lead our ranka in war. Still float above each palriot'a grave, Death to the traitor that would dare To trail it through tbo dnat of ahaine. All hnnect hearta iU lot will ?haro And follow it to Death or Fame. 4tIf Kentucky to-morrow unfurl?the banner of rettitance, J never will fig hi under that banner. I owe a paramount allegiance to .the whole Union?a subordinate one to my own State?Henry Clay in the United Suites Senate, 1850. The Convention. To-day the Convention called to delib erate upon fiction for Western Virginia, meets in this ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 May 1861

?ni\v f ntelligcjirir ^Lirnert Circulation of any Paper in j Western Virginia."ffia l Monday Mornint*. May 33, 1861. .. j Notice to Mail Subscriber*. U'e wish our friends who are sending us gahscriptions by mail, for leas than a year to cut out nnd bear in mind this tariff of rate*, and so avoid misunderstandings. Weekly 0 months 1 60c. " 3 41 35c. Dailv G months .-....$2.75 ??" 3 44 - 1.50 ?? I 41 50c. Tri-Weekly 6 months $1,75 :i 44 1,00 1 44 35c. ggjT In variably in advnuce. jffSg-Tii* Camp at tu* Relay IIoosk? Groccox Fishing.?The Baltimore papers report hundreds of visitors at Camp Relay Orders having Ween issued by Gen. Butler to admit no per.>o?i within the encamp meut unless he first discloses h?3 busings, visitors have to coutent themselves with what could be seen outside. The battery practice was continued through, nnd the target, distant half a mile, was struck at nearly every discharge. Some of the soldiers indulged in fishing, and were quite successful at gtidgeoniug...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 13 May 1861

w. ?. Bkm~70.\. a.<J. 5AWT?:*.L W. D. SAWTELL & BRO. Manifacturer* aod Dealer* In CLOTHING, No. 1> Monroe Street. J?n4 _ Wlieellnjj, V*. ^ COL. S A M. COLT'S REVOLVING FIRE ARMS PUtola, Riflff, Carbines & Shot Gun*. Patktm or 1540; WW; 1M7; 1S55. rptUfiK ARMS HAVE NO EQUALS IX QrALITT J. andaaiah: ar? adopted l?y the Army and >avjr of tbe United State*, and the principal gotvrnn.eut? of Europe; are uniform In all their parts, ate aininl*-, n(s, ?ure.aerv|c*blc and can be had In one handrM varieties a* v eil a* Cartridges of Powder, ball ap J rbox, and ali small part- for repairs, from alt rMp*^ able icnn dealer*, nnd the Hardware trade generdly Addr*ss, Secretary COl/TP PATRNT HRK AHMS MAN'F*G CO.. my.'-?tn* IfurlfftrtL, Oann. new pdSm. "* rjMrBrNDERSIGXEDHAYBA^OClATHDTIIEM JL eelve* to^tJirr a* a firm, under the style Maxwell, Campbell & Tingle, FOR TIIK PURPOSE OP DOING A Wholesale Grocery GEN'L COMMISSION BUSINESS At No. 48 Ma In-St., In the room formerly occ...

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. — 14 May 1861

VOLUME 9. WHEELING, V A., TUESDAY MAY 14, 1S61. NUMBER 224 i iCAND PUBLISHED 11V CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ISTRLI'K'BKCEK Bl'ILDXNGH, K- > .,rif-r of Qviwu ami JJ.iin-Stx. , i. (by mill.payable in advanre.)... $?,00 ' . "t>.- *??* i 10! I Vceklj. (per year, payable in Advance.) 3,00 j AdrCTtMnfi done on reasonable tcnAp. Ali advertisement? from a distance, or from transient i cir v cu-turners, inu*t be paid in advance. ??a?? i INSURANCE TO THOSE WHO WISH TO BE T .N" S CJ 11 3D 33 A'iAI.v r ALL OONTIXUENCIES. .iMin'lIO.HK l.VSCKAXCK COSIPAXY .,f New York. C-.in Cir?vL've very dollar paid in) $1.000.0<y> - Contingent Fundi(;oi<trv...~. 500.000 Thf lur.jwt OmIi Capital (nrl!?e Amount of risk o * :v w'liCw ixi til** United Stat**. U.K. PETERSON, Agent. >pIIK I .VSURA.VCJ3 C'O.'OF TIIK VAL t 1,1'.V ??F VIRGINIA. C.iSH CiPtT?.(pald in) $300,000 >lnrh tii?? largest Cash Capital of any otflce charter el by this Stat*. ^?r'ire anil InUml risks taken on the most rea sonabl...

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. — 14 May 1861

gaiiH gnt*Ut0fuce* CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT* EDITORS AND PHOPHIETOR3. T aRSIB.?Daixt , delivered in city, per week, 10 c*n>t Daily, by mail, in advance .. T*i-W*nar. by mail, in tdrtoc*,. ;u?ft Wkeklt, by cu^U. ii. *.ivra?ce?.? l,n-| W I-I El: I> I N O ; ~ Tuesday Morning, Kay 14,1861. Union Candidate for Congreis, WILLIAM G. BROWN OF PKKBTOJC COUNTY. Ood guar' anr Sa;r, and keep each it ar Each ?trip? ?s bright *' nowr tbay wan, Still make it lead our racks in war. Still float above each patriot's grave. Death to the traitor that would dare To trail it through the diwt of tluune. All honest heart* it# li>t will ?bar'* And fallow it to Death or Fame. %lJf Kentucky to-morrow unfurls the banner j of resistance, I never trill fight under that j banner. I otre a paramount allegiance tv j the whole Union?a subordinate one to my j oxen State."?Henry Clav in thr United ; Slate j Senate, 1350. The Convention. This body met yesterday, at 11a. in stead of 3 p. m., as at first agreed u...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 14 May 1861

flail" ^ntcliigcttccr Larxeit Circulation of any Paper in V/astern Virginia.-?* jn53iay Morning, Hay 14, 1861. Xollce to 21*11 S?tl?nerll??r?. ft'e wish our friends who are sending as tjcriptions by mail, for less than a year toct'-iout aud bear in mind tbis tariff of rutei. and so avoid misunderstandings. Week'!v ? months COc. " 3 ?? 35c. l>.ii!r C months ~$2.75 ..*3 14 - 1.50 1 " 50c. rr:-Wtekly d mouths $lf75 " 3 *4 1,00 1 M 35c. gygrltivnriftLljr in advnucc. Cuowois iiiE City?Si-baking rROM the Balcony or tiik McLune Hotrdic. ?There was n tremendous crowd of peo pie in this city y^terdny. and uever since Wheeliug was a city, were the streets so thronged and jammed with strangers. Oil the tn-jrning it seemed as if the whole North-West was pouring into the city, tl c attend"nee from the mountain and the river counties far exceeding the most <angnine expectation. Abont 9 o'clock a brass band struck up the Star Spangled IJ.iuuer. from the Balcony of the McLure House, and soon ...

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. — 14 May 1861

? t.UTrm. 4.C.!t?TUl W. D. SAWTELL & BEO. Manufacturer* *nd Dnlei* in CLOTHING, No. 9 Monroe Street, jan4 Whrcling, Va. COL. SAM. COLT'S REVOLVING FIRE ARMS Pistols,Rifles, Carbine* A Shot Gnnt P*Twrr? or 1550; 1??5S; 1S57; 16W. rv^iiESE arms have no equals in qcautv JL and finish: *r? by Uie Arartod .N*n ?,f the United atatf, and the j>rir*rip?! gnrcroo'iit' of Europe; are uniform in all their parrs. are ?imp'-, rtff. sure. ?-enieahi* and can be had In one hau-Ji* : virittw. n wtilaa Cartridges of Powder. ball an-! ahot, and *li ?ra*l! parts for repairs, from all respe-t able pna dealer*, and the Hardware trad* generally Address. ^?er#urr COLTS PATENT PI RE ARMS MAXTO CO.. niy?-~m* IIirt/orti. Conn. NEW PIRmT ' IMIE UNDERSIGNED n A YE ASSuCIATEDTH EM X MlTei together u a firm. under the sty la Maxwell, Campbell & Tingle FOR THE PURPOSE OP DOING A Wholesale Grocery GEN'L COMMISSION BUSINESS A: No. 5* Main-St, in the iooq fonctriy "ccupitsl by Baker A Hapkim. We respect fa...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 May 1861

VOLUME 9 WHEELING, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1S61 NUMBER 225 ?Tfcl? AMI PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, ^TeiiLIOKNOXSK BU1LDIXG8, V. K. ornrr nf Quint? and Alain-Stl. 'V 1C It M S : |. !v..U mrai,pa>?W? i? advance,)-- ~$6.00 |.rf Week Tfl. Weekly, (per ye?r,poyabIe In advance,).,.. 3,00 Jlj. vertiMiifr Jon? on reasonable terras. I It ?<i vertffements fro in a distance, or from transient fiiy customers, wn-t be paid in advunce. " I N S U R A WE= TO THOSE WHO WISH TO BE INSURED AtSAI.wr ALL contingencies. 'I1IIBH03IK I .VMURA2VCJS COMPANY 1. uf New Y?rk. <j%?u CAf!T.it(e?-ery t!ui:arj??;.| iu) $1,000,000 ? ? C mtlnzviit Fund ^?r--*r( 500.000 la- l Cask Capital for the sinuuut of risk o *ny Siice t:i the luited Sti'es. } \\\ V. PETERSON, Ageut. ?|1|(E rXSVIli.VCKCO.'OF THE VAL 1 lbv ?>K VIRGINIA. C\su Capital (paid in) $300,000 vi:u U the Isrge-t C?>li Capital uf anr oifice cb?rter r,| by thU State. 4^-Fireand Inland risks taken on the mutt rea? ?uual/ie term*. 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. — 15 May 1861

laiig gutclligcucc; CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, EDITORS AND FKOPK1KTOK8. T8RMS.?DinT.dellTerAdindljr, per week, 10cen Dailt, by mail, in adranc*^. Tti-WimT. by mail. In adra&cfr. 3. WruCLT, by mail. In advance,.- 1. \V H K KJL. I X O : Wednesday Morning, Hay 15,1861. Union Candidate for Congrci>, WILLIAM G. BROWN OF PRESTOJC COCKTT; 4'//" Kentucky to -morrow unfurls the banner of ruitlanee, I nicer trill fight under that banner. I owe a paramount allegiance to the whole Union?a subordinate one to m:/ own State."?Henry Clay in tbe United States Senate, 1850. Tite City and tbe People* Now that the first great rash of the sov ereign people, anil the first prent outbursts of enthusinsra ?re partially subsided, we are afforded a betteropportunity of seeing and judging of the extent of the moving among the people of Northwestern Virgin ia, to determine whiit they will do for themselves, in this crisis. It was estima ted that there were more Virginia people in the city on Monday, than ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 May 1861

Qnila s^ntcIlitfCHCcv ~Z Largest Circulation of any Paper in * Western Virginia.-*5* ?Wednesday Morning. May 15.1861. ATTENTION Washington Home Guards. ?w*OC will a?*?nible at jour Armi.ry **AMKRI- fj X 'ciS HALL." till* eveniug at 1 o*clurk,? . .fa- pan*"*? uf being mattered h.to tltefTf *j'n"|.rl ?tat?*"frvice. Th?? roll will be called Jt ,t tlgM u'cluck precisely. Itv order of the Commandant, J?AVI1> HKKSK, ojl5.li Ontoljr Sergeant. Xotlce to Mall Subscribers. We wish o?ir friends who are sending us subscriptions hy mail, for less than a year to cut oat and hear in mind this tariff of rale?, ?nd so avoid misunderstandings. Wcek'y tl months 60c ?? 3 *? 35i'. H.ii'v 0 months $2 75 3 " 1.50 - 1 " - 50c. Tri-Wveklv 0 months $1,75 3 1,00 ?? 1 41 35c. pff-luvariably in advance. Error. In cur report of the first day's proceed ings of the Convention, the report said ?hat ' Chandler" was chosen one of the permanent Secretaries. It 9hou!d have brcu O. L. Craotner. Sainted ttielr Flag. T...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 15 May 1861

w. c. SJA*irLL. O.O. 8VwTilL W. B. SAWTELL & BHO. Msq'iMiihm and Dealer* in CLOTHING, N*<?. if Monroe Street, Jan* Wlieeliaifjr, Vn, COL. SAM. COLT'S REVOLVING FIRE ARMS Platola.illflea. CHrhiutn & Shot Gum PiTEMS or lfCu.; 1*57; 1S5S. rpHBSE AttU? HAVE NO EQU A1.5? IN QUALITY I Ab<t niti?h: arc by the Army and Nav> of th? United Stat?*. Mid the principal government* nf Enrn)?e; are uniform in all their pAit*. air simple, oft-. sure, f?nrip*blf and cau be bnd in our hundred ?arieti**. a* wellMCartridgw. of I'owdfr, hallan>l ?hot, and all smill part- for repair*, from all re?pe<-t able gun J?alm. and the Hardware tr*d* generally Address, Secretary COLTf* I* ATE NT FIRE ARMS MAN'POCO.. myWm* Hartford, C*mn. NEW FIRM. r nil F UNDERSIGNED II AVE ASROCI ATEDTn KM .1 mItc* together a* a Arm, under the style Maxwell, Campbell & Tingle FOR THE PURPOSE OF DOING A Wholesale Grocery GEN'L COMMISSION BUSINESS At No. 56 Main-St., in the room formerly occupied by Baker ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1861

VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA.,THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1861. NUMBER 226 ??;l>Tfcl? AMI PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, I.VTRM.lCEXCER buildings, .V. F- ctrrtur of Quincy and J/uin-Sl. TERMS: P :Ir./by mail, payable iu ml ranee,)..- 44,00 th? ? ~* ***** 10 frj.\-.VekJy,ipcryutf, payable lu advance.) 3,00 ^-Advertising done on reasonable terms. %|| advertisements from a distance, or from transIVnt gitj cU?t.'Ujens ???* !?? ?*i**nce. "insurance. t TO THOSE WHO WISH TO BE INSURED AUAl;?*r ALL CO-YTINOENCIKS. rjUXfi IIO?IEI\'8tUA.VCE COMPANY L of Now York. Cv*? Cammi(?ir?ydjll#rptid in) ?.?...$1,000,00. ?? C mliaacat Fund (oy?r( 500.00o Thel*r>;edt Cash Capital for tlie ainjuut of risk o 411* odics in the United States. tV. P. peterson, Agent. UlElVSl'It WCE CO.OFTIIE VAL- | LEY OF VIKUINIA. Ci?u Capital (paid in) $300,000 ] >luch the largest Cad* Capital of any offlc* charter ,-j by this State. and inland ilsks taken on the most rat* ?ocfttifb' term*. L^ses eonitably adjusted ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1861

18. 1861. %lIf Kentucky to-morrow unfurls the banner ?f resistance, I never teill fii/ht wider that banner. I owe a paramount allegiancc to tke whole Union?a subordinate one to my own State."?Hfnrr Ciay in the United Slate* Senile, 1850. Omr Correspondents* We owe nn apology to ninny of oar fritads And correspondents, for the delay io the appearance of their articles. The Convention hits ocenpied so much of ottr space that we have had no room for our usual variety. Roes W1 nan*, The celebrated chap that bos been ship ping shot and shell lately, frotn bis foundry la Baltimore, to the rebels, was n ibbed in the cars, at the Rel.-ty House, yesterday, by the United States troops. keep s%cfc ?tar tbsjr arsve, wop Id d?rs To trail it through the duct of thai*, ill houwt b?*rt? itit Jot will share And follow )t to Death or fame. Governor Hicks Has Issued iris proclamation calling for 4 regiments to serve In the army. All hon or to the GoveAior. lie bus striven to do bis duty under a pressu...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1861

giriltt futcUigcuccv ?%. Largest Circulation of an? Paper in Western Virginia.*^?* Thnrsday Mornings Hay 16,1881. Xotice to Stall SabMrlbera. We wish our friend* who are semilog us subicripliaas by nail, for less than a year to cut out nnd bear in raiad ibis tariff of rates, and so avoid misundersUudioirg. Weekly G mouth* 60c 3 35c. Daily C mouths i~$2 75 I r~.~ ?J0 1 50c. Tri-Weekly G mouths*. ?j 75 14 3 ?? ' 1 Jg'Invnrinblr in advauce. 1.00 35c, B?rX Visit to Oawp.?We yesterday paid 11 visit 10 the camp on Wheeling Is*, land. We found the Hou-li ?ud Heady Riflw, Cupt. Britt, mid I.ieutenanlr'Briu and Olirien, who oere first in>nmp, occu ing their quarters leisurely ant contentedly (during the middle of the day,) on the up. per portion or ihe fair grounds. On the opposite tide or tbe ground] the Iron Guards Cupt. Stephens and Lieutenants GriIKu hi id Norton, hare prepared'coinror zable quarters iu the stalls, wbicbuhey were rapidly repairing and decorating in a rude way. Major O...

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