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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1861

W. X>. SAXTTtVU 0. a. 84Tm.lI W. D. SAWTBLL & BRO. Manufacturer? and Dealers in CLOTHING, "No. 9 Monroo Street, j*o* Wheeling, V*. COL. SAM. COLT'S DEVOLVING FIRE ARMS Pistols, Rifles, Carbines A Shot Guurn Patcti of 18SO; 1850: 1607; lS.r?8. TIIF.SK ARMS HAVE NO KQCA18 IX QUALITY mil flulnh; are adopted by the Army and NaT) of the United States.and the principal government? of Europe; are uniform in all their parts, ate simple, safe. eure, nftfcaJiii' and rjui lw? had iu one hundred yarletlei. ?? well sa Cartridges ?>f Powder, ball an-1 sr??t, and all smill part? for repair*, from all r??pert aMe jcnn dealer*, and the Hardware trade generally Address, Secretary COLTS PATENT FIRE ARMS MAX*PO CO., inyO^iu* Hartford. Onnn. NEW FIRM] rpiIEDNDEHSIONKDnAVEASiH)CIATEl>Tntai X solve* together as a firm, under the stylo Maxwell, Campbell & Tingle FOR TUB PURPOSE OF DOING A Wholesale Grocery GEN'L COMMISSION BUSINESS At No. 58 Main-fc't^ in the rouin formerly occupied by Bak...

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. — 17 May 1861

14.11A J VOLUME 9 W HEELING, VA., ERII)Al| MORNING, MAY 17. 1SG1 NUMBER 2*27 . A.ND I'UW.ISIIKD BY I CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, I INTBLL1GRXCRR BT7U.DIX(4f>, j X L.cwT of Quincy utul Main-SU. Y 1? Iff M S t tfulr.(b} m*il. jmyable in adrance,).....:. .4W0 Uv Week ???? U' TH-W^Uiy. (peryear,payable lit advance.)......... 8,00 Advert bins d?me on reasonable terms. All adrrrti?uients from a distance. or from transient clty cu't-uuer*. must bo paid iu advance. TiTstfRAnee~ ~~ TO THOSE WHO WISH TO BE INSURED AJAlNtff ALL CO-NT^UKNCIKS. rilllE IIOJIK IXSUUASOJE COMPAIf Y or KrW York. Cut OAHir\L^t?rcry d ilL-irpald in) ............$1,000,00. ?? Contingent Fund (overt. ....... 500.00, rue Mr,;?al Ouli fur the mimubl uf rUk u say oOice iu rii?j United otu**. W. k\ I'ETEKSuN, Agent. ? pilfi I VSUllAXCB CO.OP TIIE VAL L i.ky ?f vv.vnsw. Omh 0inT\L(p*id in) $300,000 Mucu me target C*di Capital of any ottlce charter ed v this Stats. 4L^?Kln? ind tpLtnil rt?ks xakro on the meat rem wwotu term''...

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. — 17 May 1861

ijiij; gttUnigetticey CAMPBELL & JC'DEKMOtT BWTOM A50 rtOrBIKTOM. Union Candidate tor Cougreis, Help ou ttae Good Work* A suggestion was made in the Conven lioo on itt last day, by Mr. Lazear of Mo nongalia, that the delegates do all in their power to circulate in tbeir counties tboso tiro excellent Union papers, the Morgan town Star and the Grafton Virgint'em, w hi cli have been ao nobly and galls ntly and ef fectively beating back and beating down j the efforts of the conspirators and traitors In Western Virginia. This was an excel lent more, and Mr. Lazear deserves credit j for bia tboughtfnlness and for the good hard sense as well as goodness of heart 1 which be evinced in the suggestion. There are two or three other good papers, also, which he should have brought to the at tention of the Convention, via . The Wells burg Herald, the Clarksburg Guard, the Middlebourne Plain Dealer, the Kingwood Chroniclet the Martlnsburg American, and the Piedmont Independent. They are all^oi...

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. — 17 May 1861

?flails ^ntVlli jcntcv 0 J - ? ? * T 'r i irzest Circulation or any Paper In "* Western Virginians* ^ ^ Friday Morning. May 17,186L _ ""Artillery Notice. ?EETtVG will IIE IIKI.I) TD-NIOIIT. jkj i 1 r Hall, opp?jt. tbo HcLur.a A. bt llw pon?? Of ?r???W.DS T," Ar"Uerjr P I ' The B0I00 men of ?iu?Uu? are r* ft ^?&L*?cod. WJTlO-lf | #?~The Camp.?Things about tbe \ camp?Logan it *" called by general con- j it-nL though it has uotyet been christened | ?looked more warlike yesterday. Two Additionalcompanies were marched within ilie enclosure, the U'ellsburg campnny and the Clay Guards, the former bringing in their charge about three hundred musket*, sr.me of which were flacked up in front of their quarters. The new companies trere working like beaver#, preparing their quarter, for occupancy, and the busy note of preparation was beard ia all directions. The entrances to the grounds are now guarded, nod it is necessary'to have a pass before you can g.tiu admittance. The men were eagaged ...

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. — 17 May 1861

riMIF.UXDERglGXEDHAYP.ASftOCIATKDTIIRM _L Mlvesti s ' " ? ? w.Mivnu. 0.o.iivmi W. D. SAWTELXi tt BKO. >I??atwte.i?i and Dialvr* la CLOTHING, No. 9 Monroe StrAnt, ' Winding, V. COI-. SAMi-OOLT'B REVOLVING FIRE ARMS Platola, QftHes, Carbines A ^hot Gun* Patarrs ?>* 1 MO; i^t; 1B67; 19AS. fpUESH AHUM HAVE NO FIQUALS IS QUALITY 1 and Oulih: are adopted. by the Army end X?t) of the Doited fetatet. and tlw principal pnr*rnm?u - of Europe: ane onifcrtu in all tbeir parts,ate ?iutple. safe, snre, aervfcable and can be ha.l iu rnehnodr*? TiM*ieti<M. a? well as Cartridges of Powder, ball an J lb-it, and all am til par:* for rrpairn. frun all re*pcct able gnn dealer*. and the Hardware trad" general!; A-Lire**. Secretary ? . COLTS PATENT 81 HE ARMB >tAN'Pfl CO.. mvV-Stc* ^ Ifartfnr^.. Cnmn. NEW PIRIli ERfllGX KD If AV K ASROCIJ a together ae a firm, cmder the style Maxwell, Campbell & Tingle FOR THE PURPOSE OK.DOING A Wholesale Grocery ?"AJTD? GEN'L COMMISSION BUSINESS At Xa 6b ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 18 May 1861

y "DTTCJITtTTirtr. ? - ? VOLUME 9. ? WHEELING, VA., MAY IS, 1861. NUMBER 228 a MPBELL & M'DEKMOT, lNrBM HiK>CEU BUILDINGS, v. /: *s 9?"*y and Main-&*- - T 15 n M 8 : t,y muT. *? ad ranee,! . w?k-~ 10 .... 3,00 j. \ *'*>* 00 re*iK'U*blo tertni. aJ, erft^emmts fn?m a dl?tance,or from transient V *. luutt l>e paid in adrance. insurance. 0 TtlOSB WHO WISH TO BE X s U !R JE D A'JAl.NftT ALL CON T1NJ KNOLLS. ,I,KIIOMEI.VSUHAXCECOMPASY Sf* Vtfrt. _ - :riMrii'?vMj4i)IUrr?!<I ia) $1,000,00.- I ' . Ka:?d(uver(....~....^............ 500.00o j -: u.T'1 C'lli Capital for the "mount of risk o [ ""*? ci-itb*: L'nite.l SUIo. VV. I . PKTEKSO.V, Agent. UIBI-VSITU VXriCCO.OFTlIB VAL> w viit iivik. \,h 'nJ ? - $-100,000 j .. rU* lv;{cit C-?ih Capital of any utile* charter * t.*it tt-. \^.rir- ?n-i InUuJ ilsks Liken on the mo?t rea i eaaitaldy * !ju-ted and promptly paid by H\ V. PETKItSON, Agt. HIE C03fTIXE.VPAL.Isr8URA?CE 0J4FANY, of New Yurk. CiM?L(p*id m) ........................

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 18 May 1861

gaiiij gutelUgcttcti' CAMPBELL & MDEB.MOT, EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS. r K&M8.?Dailt,delivered in city, per week, 10 cent? Dah.t. by mall, in advance,-. $*.*0 Tu-VcmT.bj null, IbmItmw. WzULT.bj mail, Id advance^. l,ti \V H E EX. I N G : Saturday Morning, May 18,1861. Uulon.C>udlda.tc for Coogrci*. WILLIAM G. BROWN OKJfKMTOS cor NT v. %lIf Kentucky to-morrow unfurlm the banner of rttiilance, I neper wiU fight under thai banner. f a tee u paramount allegiance to the whole Union?a subordinate one to my own Staff,"?Ilt-nry Clay in the United j Stales Senate, IBiiO. -Still float aboY? each patriot'* grmT*, Diath to tb? traitor that would dura To trail It throngh the dn*t ?f lhaint, Alt houart hearu iU kit will *bar? And follow it to Death or fame. The Convention* |Tbi following article ihoulil liaro ippMrol In Thasaday moruluf'* pl|i?r, lint our eolnnina tw w '-rtnrded with the lv>n??nllon reports on that dsy. nail eo taken tip yaatenlay *Itli cuiumnnlcalion* al ready too Ions...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 18 May 1861

fail? gntcUigcntet jjjirgn^t Circulation of any Psper in Western Virginia. ^6* , Saturday Morning, May 18,1861. I ATTENTION '76 UNION GUARDS. . ,| TUK MKMBKKS AUK K.VRNK3TI.V y A t?> meet at their llall in the flr*t A uLd ll??* th!? (Saturday) Kveniug. on (if uniairtAi.t bn*ine??, A Rw more i?lunt?-era are K f??Ivrt.and will be accepted oa early application. Uy order. ft* ' HIRAM JON Ik, 0. S. police to Mali Subscriber*. We wish our friend? who tire sending us subscriptions l?v mail, f<ir less tlinn r year t.) cut out and bear iu mind this tariff of nte.-. mid so amid misunderstandings. Weeklv ti months GOc. ' 3 - 35c. jMifr G month* $2.75 3 44 1.50 ?? I 11 50c. Tri-Weekly 6 month? ...$l,75 3 1,00 1 " 35c. ! variably in advance. jjigrA SSituatiox.?A good boy, who haa had .?ome experience at the printing busioc**, can obtain n situation nt this of liie. United States Soldier Visits Hakfeb's Febky.?We yesterday met an old acquaintance, who not long ago, was iu the Pulled States ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 18 May 1861

1 f W.9.9ivruL a.a.SAWTxrr W. D. SAWTEIjIj & BRO. Manufacturer* And Dealers in CLOTHING, No. O Monroe Streets Jan I Wheeling, "Vmv COL. SAM. COLT'S REVOLVING FIRE ARMS Platola, miles, Carbine* 4b ShotGuni Patvm *>t I860; ipc<. IBS?: IKS. fpnCiE A EMS HAVE SO EQUALS IN* QCALITi JL and SnUb: r.r- adoptad by the Army and Sarj or the United State*, nod the principal guv.rrnnent of Europe; are uniform In all their pule,are simple, rife, sur*, *crncabl? and can be bad in one boadr*?i tiuietii*. as well ** Cartridge* fcf Ponder, ball an<l ?hot. and all *n?tll part* for repair*, from all rrepect able jsnn dialers. and the Hardware trade generally A<Mre?N Secrrt-v* COLT'S PATENT FIRB ARMS MAN'rO CO., mrt?-"ira% Hart/anL Can*.' NEW FIRM. 'nni:CXDEl;?*lt3.VKDlIATKAS?X*lATEDTUEM . 1 *ehw together as a firm, under the ttyi* Maxwell, Campbell & Tingle FOlt TUB PL'IUV?E OF DOING A Wholesale Grocery GEN'L COMMISSION BUSINESS At Na M in the room fitaaly occupied bv liakar A liopk...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 20 May 1861

imrmmak w WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MO.RNINGy MAY 20, 1S61 VOLUME 9, isrmrRTro 990 fc'< ; bZi'iCi ' fill ?Ttb AXU I'L'BLISUKI) IIV CAMPBELLi& M'DERHOT, | DTELLiaEltCEK BU1I.DIKGS, ?V. r?-rwr of Vuinty and Main-Sti. T IC K 31 S j p?rlr.(by m?B. payable In advance,).- $6,00 j nf m? w'?*k ? ?????*: I Tr;.u ekly. (per year. payable In advance,)......... 3,00 *j- \<tvrtWng dim* on reasonable terms. KII a lrcrti*ement* from ? distance, or from transient jiir rust..;aens must be paid in advance. instjraTnce. -~ TO THOSE WHO WISH TO.BE T jS~ S U E. E D AtS AlNsT ALL CONTINGENCIES. rpIIBIIOME 1XSURAXCB COM PASTY ? of New York. C.J! CAriTU.(?* very dollar paid iu) .~$1,000,000 Cantjujent Fund 500,000 rh?*l-',r?***1 Cash Capital for tho amount of risk o 4.,v .>3kc iti tbe I'nited State*. . , W. F. PETERSON, Agent. .imBlVSt'RAXCK CO. OF THE VAL 1 LEY OK YI1UIINIA. jisn CiWTAfc(paId In) $300,000 Much the largest Caih Capital of any office charter* , I by this Stat*. , *4??'ir<>aud...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 20 May 1861

Ifiuig ggnt*Hig*itm CAMPBELL ft M'DEBMOlT coiroks a*o rkoratxToa^. tMKHB.?DUt^ddlTtntftB dlj, jw *Mk, 10 nnt Qmt, by mill. In (dnuice.? Tu-Wnxu. by m*fl, inadrwnc. 3,0* Wzmr.by msUelaMTsaic#^-?..? 1,0. W H E E I. I N G: Monday Morning, May 20,1881. Union Candidate for Cuugrcio, WILLIAM G. BROWN OF *BK8tO* C001TT. Ood ga^ri rxr tUs, *cd \tp fcb A*r ?*eh?trfp?** bright**oow tUywtr*. ItQlinakAltUadow taokito war, 6tftl float abort aacb patriot's gTavs. Daatb to tbe traitor that would dara To trail tt throB|h Ui* dost of ihWH. All bona* haartalia lot will tbara ?ad fellow It to Baath or Fame. "Jf Kentucky to-mOrr* w unfurl* the banner of resistance, I newer will fyht under th?t banner. I ow a paramount allegiance to the whole Union?a subordinate one to ny own State.*'?Ilenrjr Clay in the United States Senate, 1850. Th? Trcaaoa Ordinance or the IMcb mond ConrcUtlon. "Abont ten o'clock one night, an ordin ance defining treason passed, which de clares that to say anything against the Gover...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 20 May 1861

t ATzest Circulation of any Paper in j Western Virginia. ! Houday Harriing. May 20.1881., j ?^?o,"lee 10 2lail j$ub?eribers. We nijti our friend i wbo nre sending ua( ' miiioni br mail, for lew tlian n year .\ciitout and t>e?r in uiiud tlii? tariff of ,nd no avoid mimoderstandingi. vV?kh- 6 loonllis 60c. .. " 3 44 35c. j)jj{r 6 months ???$2.75 3 44 1.60 i. \ " 60c. jr'^Vrt-lcly 0 months $1,75 * :< 44 1,00 I 44 - 35c. f^r-laVHri-tbly in ndvuuec. Situation.?A good ^l?orf who b?i hud some experience nl the printiog bUSioe--?"? cuu obtain n situation Ht this of tire. jP^-Thk Soldiers.?The ffildjcrs on the pair Ground* linvjfc. their qu ?rten well ar ranged, ?nd camp regulations nud orders re issued and strict obedience required.? Tb? Mature of the orders is the drill. Ther drill morning, noon aud night, and ibe w*J the perspiration rolls down the faces of the squaas is a caation to new recraiu. 0?e ^oys tpla ns that be h*J drilled the heel* off bis boots, and had cot ret acquired ...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 20 May 1861

gttteUigcttcen.' GOD SAVtf OVB. KOBLE UWIOX. BV H." CLAY PBBUSft. It came to us through darkness, It came to us. through Mood; It shone out like the "Promise Of God'* upon the flood, A beacon. It has served us With true, unerring flame And cast a blaze of glory Upon our nation's name. God save our noble Union! Twas left us by our fathers. Those souls cf priceless worth? The noblm types of manhood That ever"walked the earth. ?Twn* bought with fearful struggles, By sacrifice sublime, And ftands a proud memento For nil the criming time. God save onr noble Union ! Our land, a waste of nature. Where beast and savage strayed; Its wealth of lakes and rivers, Unlocked bjr keys of trade. Then sun-like rose the Union? A terror to our foes? And lo! this *'waste of nature" Nov "blossoms as a rose." IGod save our noble Union! Where earth lay hid forages In deep, primeval gloom, Behold a boundless garden? A continent in bloom, With iron bands of railroads. Electric tongues of wire, And energies w...

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. — 21 May 1861

/i;I.\TKD AND PUBLISHED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, IXTELMGKXCEK BVILDIXOS, rnrr "/ Quincy and Main-SU. T;K R M S : p??r.'by n>*il,p*yaM? in admncM.-... . $5,00 m >'? ~ 10 fr;-U>el.lj,U,?rTear<l**-1r*1''p'11 ?(l??n<*,) 3,00 \ jv??rt!*ing done on reasonable terms. All .-\iir<rlit*ni?-iitH from a distance, or from transient citr ca-it->merB, matt lie paid In advance. I N swatce: TO THOSE WHO WISH TO BE fnsube>d AtiAlASi* ALL CONTINGENCIES. * nil EDIOHE X V SURA NOB COMPANY ]_ >i Xo?r York. Cun Oa?iTAi(oyer>* dollarnntd lu) $1,000,003 ?? Contingent Fund (over( 500,000 l'he fctrgejc Cwfc Capital fort lie amount of risk o o.lictf la the Uait?(l Sta.**-<. W. F. PETERSON, Agent. ^ >{MIE IXS VRANCE CO.'OF TUB VAL I ixr or viuoDffA. Cash Capital (paid in) $300,000 j JIach the largest Cash Capital of any office charter ! ?J by this State. cj-KIrtf and Inland risks takan on the most rea- j ?.>nril?le term*. I,.**es equitably adjusted and promptly paid bv ...

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. — 21 May 1861

gailg guteUigettm CAMPBELL ft M'BEBMOT, KDZTOSS AMD PBOPSUafOBR. Tuesday Morning, May 21,1861. Th? Treason Ordinance of the Rich mond Convent Ion. "About ten o'clock one night. An ordin ance defining treason passed, which de clares that to say anything against the Government of Virginia, or the authorities thereof, or against the Government of the Confederate States, or the authorities thereof; or against the Government of any member of the Confederate States, is trea son, and, of course, punishable as such. If this be treason, then 1 for one am guil ty. [Cheering.]"?fE. B. Hall, in hit speech at Fairmont, May 6th. I N G: Union Candidate for CoagrtM, WILLIAM G. BROWN OF -PRESTO* COCSTT. God gaarl ear flic. aad keep oaehstar Each str*pe as bright as now they wev% StOl msko H lead oar ranks In war. Still flo?t aboveeooh patriot's grave, Death to tbo tzaitar thai would dare Tetntil H tiuoagh She dast ofahaaaa. . AU boot* hearts t*? lot ?U1 share Aad follow it to Death or Fame. . Kentuc...

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. — 21 May 1861

Jtoilfi ^ntdligcHtctl t Circulation of imr Paper m 1 * Western VirftiniB."?9 Mirainj, May 21,1861. Voilce io Mail SuUcrlbei*#. : W e wi#Ii our friend- who are sending us ! ?it -,-rii?tioas by uiail, for lead than a year ? j5 Jul out and b.ear in mind this tariff of' nits'nod so ovoid misunderstandings. 'Vtfk y $ months GOc. .. 3 " 35c. Dai'v C months -S2 76 3 " - 1.50 ? 1 " 60c. Tri-Wreklv 0 mouths Si.75 ' * J 44 1,00 i 44 35c. variably in advauce. ? ? ? - -? ? pyA Sitcatios.?A good boy, who has had some experience at the printing b?!--iae?s, can obtain n situation at tbis of fice. ^ t pyMt'BK BLANKETS NCKDEO.? We Would again cull tlie attention ot our generous and paUic?>pirited citizens to tbe necessity of supplying our solliersoo tbe Island with blaakets; or, if blankets cannot be bad, quilts ?'n,l comforts. Tbese are absolutely ttieatixl to their comfort, or even health ; and amy of thein we learn are not yet sup tried with these necessaries of camp life. Doabtleas many of th...

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. — 21 May 1861

NEW GOODS. W. D. SiWTELL & BROTHER Hav b jcm received Til lie. spring STOCK cf Clothe a, Ctiilmeres autl Vcitlufii Alto. a. general assortment of OmtJtmMj'* FuruW> ng Goods. apl W.8.UTOU O. U.CAWTEIL W. D. SAWTELL & BHO. Manufacturer* and Dd?l?r> la CLOTHING, No. tl Monroe Street, j*ni Wheeling, Va. COL. SAM. COLT'S REVOLVING FIRE ARMS Pistols, Rifles, Carbines 4 Shot Guns Perots or 1S40; 1Sj?: 1S57: ISIS, tpHESE ARMS HAVE NO EQUALS IN QUALITY X nd finish; are adopted by the Army and of the United State*, and the principal government* of Europe, an uniform in all their parts, axe simple, eafe, sore, servicable and can be had in one hundred varieties, a* wrll w Cartridge! of Po-jrder. bail ami ?hot, and all small part* for repair*, from all rwp?<t able gun dealers, and the Hardware trade generally Address, Secretar.v COLT*5 PATENT PIRE ARMS MAN'PG CO.. myO-Sm" Ua.rtford. Conn. NEW FIRM. rilllE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ASROCIATEPTn KM X selves together as a firm, under the st...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 22 May 1861

ITSOTG ' . Wi NUMBER 231 WHEELING, WifWlMlfflWi ^V^^^.1861 - . 1 ? - ,. ? -. *y - . w,~* r, fff -T r, < f*<y VOLUME 9. . A,Sli rt iW.tcilKD ItY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, iSTKX^lCKSfKK ill'lLUlNus, ,V. "r Q*inc$ ,"t'' *Viun?.M*. x is u ax a s pifr.(l?> aafl.psyahlp in a*lvsuc?4...jf. *4J,00 a* ?''? - : 10 Tri-U ?klv. (per year,r-*y*'?l*'t? a.lvancej......... 3,00 4}*A<lmU?iaK dooe ou reasonable terms." All advertisements from a distance, or from traneleut ;i:y cn?:?n>er?. must be paid in advance. YnsIj banc e7~ TO THOSE WHO "WISH TO BE INSURED T AUU.NsC A LI. CONrlMJEXClKS. IJIE IIOMEIXSVIIASCE COIIPAXV of NVw York. Ci i'i OiMTAi^rydalUrjjai l in) $1,000,00j ?? Cjetiti^ut KuiiJ (uv.*r( .. .. 600,000 C.f?h Capital for ;he auiouut of rink o a ,?? odice in the L'nited Stat**. W. P. PETERSON, Agent. ? iill K I VSUft.VXCE CO. OP THE VAL l Lr:v OP VIIWIMA. Ci-M Cu>iTAL(paid In) $300,000 lacii tiic Urge*! Ca-.Ii Cspitui of anyollice charter . ? by tl?l* State. *j-Fir?Hud In...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 22 May 1861

or piedtos conjirr. ?ooritu.k?lo war, ~ - ijXtMtwU?IHUbac Wmm*. I r,*1^ Xjtnimeiy lo*4norrowunfurUtthe tanntj of ruutance, r never viU fight under that: banner. J owe a paramount allegiance to * u*f>le Union?a subordinate one la mu own State."? Henry Clay in the United j htates Senate, 1850. Thm Trmn Ordinance or til. XUefc. mond CoHvemion. | "Ahoot len o'clock one night, an ordin- 'j mice defining tremon passed, which de clare. that in say nnything against the OoTernment of Virgiuia. or the authorities tliereor, or apains*. the Government of tlie Confederate State*, or the authorities thereof; or against the Government of anr member of the Confederate States, is trea' Jon, and, of conrio, punishable as such, ir this he treason, then I for one am guil ty. [Cheering.]"?fE. B. Hali, in hi, speech at Fairmontt Jftfy 6th: Union Men, See that every ticket you vote tins on it, in plain, unmistakable letters, tbeso word*: aOAISST TltC OBDISAXCE or SKCKSS'-OV. A MUiake. We made a mistake...

Publication Title: Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: West Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 22 May 1861

iiiiity ? ittclliffcitcjct jjjuraoul Circulation of any Papor in Western Virginia. HM Wedasiiay Morning May* 22.1861. " ""toiler 10 Mail Subscriber*^ . ' tt'e aish ?ur fritnilt who ore sending cs i *i-riJ11'f?1 ? ^ *'/ mail, for leas than n year j 11 cut out and tie.ir in tuintl this tariff of ?IH. >nJ so avoid misunderstanding*. Weekly S months C0c. ? 3 ?? 35c. Daily 6 month? _$2 76 " 3 " 1.50 1 " 50c. Trj-Wreklv d months ~5 3 *? lioo *' } *\ 35e. g-,jy?Iuv?rnlilr itt ltd v<iik c. ?arA SiriMrtow?A good boy, who Lai Iwd souie experience nl the printing tmsinerS, can obtaio a situation sit tilla of :ue. (ig-TiiE Island Camp.?There are now clcveo cojip.inies encamped oa tlie Islam] n?rc tbso enough to in;.ke a regiment, and scleral companies tbut have applied under ' Tlf three montl . ore'?.-. The regiment be- j iagfull, tbe rest trill be receircd lor three years. Among tbe firtt to muster in under ?iij arrangement will be tbe company of C'Pt ? ?.'?, of Pittsburg, a young and en...

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