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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily intelligencer. — 14 June 1861

COL. SAM. COLT'S "REVOLVING FIRE ARMS Rifle*, rarbinro &. Mliot Cniii. lUtKti ?'* lS&?n !*?.*?: Jho*. 'ptlKML AKMS IIA V K NO Kyi A I..- IV QlAUT* | ^ndflnUL: are ad^pte^^Cr ()<?? Artajr and Vavj oT tkr L'niM HlaiH.udnl:'' pi p>Tcrumn:i ? vt Europe; ftc? anif?rm in nil th?-5f piU?.*te afmpie. ?nf?. ?nre, wi-1 ?*?o ??* had in r?? liumlti I &?? wi-ll "f F-'.rdM. Ikti nil ' *4?->e. and all nn*ll parts i *r from nil reej~- i *' U jran d*?le,*. and th? Itardnar* trade gcnerall) Addre-w, SiVrtUn tllLT.S PATRNTHKK ARMS MAK*FK> <*?>., Ml ?&-;;?()* t'tifn Saddle. Harness,Trunks &<\ IIULk^ALW A RfcTAIf.. | H. .4iIKI'PAlU?. No.lSl Maiu. Street, e?fher t; . t-nloii. * ill continue to hand *4ar?;*?nd complete of all arti<*le?in hia line, .-onaiat Ip/C of LaditV and liiutlrmrn'f Saddle*. Fine A Oohi^ Hurnet*. Tmnka, llag%?>tf?-hrl!i, f?d Ura. Ihin*i, Wiijie, Ar. J wuulil riMitcctinliy call tttt?-utl<?n ??? in* ?iwk. and trnat by dtrict a'tefitkm a...

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 June 1861

VOLUME 9 NUMBER 252 WHEELING, VA., SATURDAY SfOtiNING, JUNE 15, 18(31 fKl.xTUI AND t'l.'UMSUSD DY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, I\TEI.L1(!ISMCSK D11LDINUH, ,V. K "TJwr rf Quiitcy and .Vuin-Ztt. T KRMHt (?f'lr,(by uinil, jwtyable in mJvane#,)..... $5,00 . ij. tfi? \v?k . 10 ; Tri- w'e?Wy,(i?er jf(*r,j*j?W? In advance,) 3,00 W IdvertMnj? done on rmMm?b|? terms. All advertisement* from a distance. or from transient ??ity cu?tomers, most be paid In advance. INSURANCE . TO THOSE "WHO WISH TO BE I 1ST S U RED A??AINm" ALL CONTINGENCIES. iUIKIIOWE IXSVRASrtt COMPANY L of .New York. 0APtTAL(evvrydollarpaid in) $1,000,000 ?4 Coutiuxcnt Fuud (<ivcr( _... 500.000 Hie largest Ca.?h Capital for the amount of risk o auj- office in the United State*. W. F. PETERSON. Agent. '1MIB IXSt'lUXCK CO. OP THE V AL? 1 LEY OP VlltUINIA. Cash Capital (paid in) $300,000 Much the largtwt Ca?h Capital of any office charter ed by this State. 49*Pire and Inland risks taken on the moet rea sonable terms. bessrs?t|ult...

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 June 1861

lailg guteUiijciuet CAISPBJBLL & M'DEEMOT, ssiToita axd paopsiXToaa. WHEELING: 8?tnrd?y Morning, Jnae IB. 1861. Ood gnarl eor flag. and keep each aUr Each at ripe aa bright u now they wave, BUI! make ft lead our racks In war, Still float abore each patriot's rrara. Death to the traitor that woold dare To trail It through the doet of ehana. All hooest heart# it? lot will share And follow it to Death or Fama.- ? ? - A Good Spcccla. Mr. Crane, of Tucker county, made an excellent speecb yesterday at the after* noon session of the Convention. We hare rarely heard the grievances of Western Virginia set forth more clearly or more feelingly. lie drew a picture of the debt that had, do'lar by dollar, been piled upon us until it now amounted to some forty ?iz millions of dollars, nnd all for the benefit of Eastern Virginia, too. Stand ing on the portico of the Capitol at Rich mond, be said, it had argered him to look upon the waste th?t had been made of our bard earned money fur the benef...

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 June 1861

^.xitiT gutclUgcucct t*. Li ir^ost Circulation of any Paper m Western Virginia. Saturday Morning, Juno 15, 1861. Notice fo Stall Subscriber*. We wish our friends who are sending cs subscriptions by mail, for less than a year to cut out and bear in mind this tariff of rates, and so avoid misunderstandings. Weekly ?? months COc. 3 ?? 35c. Daily C months ?$2 75 ?? 3 *? .. 1.50 *4 1 u 50e. Tr:-Weekly 6 mouths $1,75 " 3 ?* 1,00 44 1 ?? 35c. f^pdnvariably in advice. ?rs Kcs-aios U era ages.?Two gentle men arrived in this city yesterday, oue from 11 >une county and the other from Brax ton. They were driven away by the se cessionists because they were Union men. Their horse*' tails aud manes were shaved nn I their own beads would have been shaved in a similar m inner had they not escaped. They report a most complete reign of terror in their respective locali ties. They also report that a Uuiou man Was bung up on the Big K tn.iwhu nut lung *?go because he wouldu't join the aecessiuu army....

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 June 1861

OOIt. SAM. COLT'S REVOLVING FIRE ARMS PlUol(,nUlii, Carhliifi 4t MhotGnus Patalrrj or lSMj ISifc 1547; 18S5. 'I'USi1?1? 1AVK .NO EQUALS IX QCALITl of Rnrope; are uniform ltj all their partiararim.,1# ?afe. mrt, vervicable and can be had in i i ahot-and Jll *"?*" of Powder, ball an ! ahot, and all .mall part. for repairs, from all renxvt U?rd??? ?"<>? tSSSiJ OOLT8 PATENT FIRE ARMS MAVP-0 CO., 0"r"mt aiw,o,;,. Saddles, Harness,Trunks &c. WH0LE8ALB A RETAIL. JB. 8HEPPARI), No. 131 Main Street, # Lnion, will continue to keep on band alareraud f??Pj*? Wrtment of all articleain hi. lii*2ES?t rp*' ****?-0,1 "" P?bUc P^-Rc l? ""ril DtfmmMr ?-T??nng promptly done, and in a pro J? B- shkppard. ypao. 69 131. Maia'gtrcft. NEW firm; ra2SKRS!flS?2!g^ Maxwell, Campbell & Tingle FOR TI1E purpose OK DOING A Wholesale Grocery GENT COMMISSION BUSINESS to ">* "*** Iwwlr eocopirt by Jan4-'&P. HATS & CAPS! W* 9'j hand a very large and L i1?. ,tockof Iiau todCitM, nhith ! .^wHdtop...

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 June 1861

VOLUME 9. NUMBER 253 WHEELING, VA., MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1S61. ?'K1>TE1> AND PUBLISHED BY 1 CAMPBELL & MVDERMOT, INTKLLIOEXC KR BUILpiKttb, .V. A*. cort.tr of Quincy and S/ain-Sts. T KRM8? ? Pnily.(by wall, payable In advsnei*,!.. .. $6,00 j its J?iU Week ...... 10 : lri-W'vekly, (per year, pay able In advance,) 3,00 j Advertuing done on reasonable term*. AII Ad vertlseraent* from a distance, or from transient | p?ry customers, mum bp paid in,advance. ? . N sTcr RANGE. TO THOSE WHO WISH TO BE I IN" SXJRED AGAl.Nai ALL CO.NII.NOENC'IKS. ' UfWKANCIt CO MP AN * X. ox .\ew York. C iss CAnTAL(en>nrdoUitriialil m) $1,000,000 CoutJugent Fuuil (ovari 600 OOo The Ur^-ut Cub Capital for IL? aiuouut of cui ? ?ay sac* In the Unite* Strin-.. ? W. J>. PETERSON, Agent. VAL 0?,n CiPiTAt(,?ia iii) $300,000 ?a^rthuautfr' c"h ?r",-*omc? <**??> *$?# rt,k* uk? ^ <b<> -">* 1*om*? o-juitably adjusted aud promptly paid by W. P. PETERSON, Agt. i-V8"bakck 0?JB Capital (p...

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 June 1861

ffatlg guteUigittcev ' C AMPBELL & i'MRMOTT IDITOBB ASD FBOPRIBTORB. 10 cent I $6,10 S.1'0 !.??* Monday Morning, June 17.1861. Ood guard ?ror flag, and keep each star Kaeh ttripe as bright a* now they w?r?, Still make It Wad our ranks In war, tttlll float above each patriot's ????? Death to the .traitor that would dare Totrail it through the doit of shame. All honest liearti lt? lot will share . And fellow it to Death or Fame. . Th" Rain at Utrpcr's Perry. W* h"e *,li5 morning some additional Jcu.il. .of the evacnaiion of Harped For vy by the CoiiTrderxte troops, u-'d of the olowingyp a.,d burning U|iof (l,e immense railroad and gorernment property there.? No one can read the detail* of this vandal ism without a melancholy feeling Just to think what years of labor, and untold sums of money,, they have laid waste in a fe?v hours. All their worthless lives wonld not -repay the sacri6ce. And all This for what! Is ? that the otf-scouered vsgabonda who had congre gated there might be...

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 June 1861

guUUigetuct' Largest Circulation of any Paper in : Wast era Virginia. *?* ? Monday Morning:, June 17, 186L 1 Notice to Blall Subscriber**.' Wo wish our friends who are sending tis ! subscriptions by mail, for less than a year ' to cut out and bear in mind thi9 tariff of j rates, aud so avoid misunderstandings. j Weekly 6 months 60c. ! " * 3 44 35c. ; Daily G months $2.75 j "* 3 44 : ?? 1.50 *4 i 11 .. 50c. Tri-Wecklv ?? months $1,76 14 3 1,00 I " 35c. ?Iuvariablv in adrnnce. THE UNION FOREVER. JUST received 20 Duzeo Military Caps, aUoa largo variety of r^ilk *n J Soft. Uat?. IlLI.S.S Jk DINGER,AgwnU. jel7-2t? 14ilk 14H Mnin utreet ' 5^TBold Robbebt by a Servant Girl. ? Last Friday evening on the return of Mr. and Mrs. Frost, from the Strawberry Festi val, to their house on Hamden street, they found their wardrobe entirely cleaned out of the clothes usually kept there; several valuable silk dresses, one of which being bought in the city of Paris, was quite valu able and highlj* prize...

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 June 1861

-! -?! ??.! ?? ? COL. SAM. COLT'S REVOLVING FIRE ARMS Piatola, RlflrH, Carltlnci dt SliolGuu* PATSHT* 0? 1?60: 1853; 1U7; 1?W. fpHE9KARM6 HA VE NO EQUALS IN QUALITY X and finish; are tlopted by th? Array and of tb* United Stat?*, end th? principal government - of Europe; are uniform in all their part*, are idtnpl?-. safe. ?ure, servicable and can he had in one hundr-i ?arietio*. as well aa Cartridge* of Powder, ball ami ?hot, and all ?mall part* for repaint, from all r?*p?rt abU pan dealers, and the Hardware trade generally Addreaa, Secretary COLTS PATENT FIRE ARMS MAJFF'O CO.. mjibZm* Hartford. Corn. Saddles, Harness,'Trunks &i\ WHOLESALE k RETAIL. JB. 8UEHPAIlD.No.131 Main Street, e?ruit . Union, will continue to keep on hand alar^ui.J ooxnplete assortment or all articles in hia line, consist lng of Ladies* and Oentleuien's .-.addles. Pinel Cxiri>? Haruete, Trunks, Valices, Carpet Bag*, Satchel*. Col Urs, Haraes, Whips, 4c. I would rwpectfully rail attention to my stock, an...

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 June 1861

NUMBER 254 VOLUME 9 WHEELING, V A., TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE IS, 1861 .1.1.1 c.ll AMI I'l IIMSIIKU BV CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, I VTELLlGKJrcK^l nUlLDINOS, -V. f. o??r o.f Quinc, and J/uiit-.fj. T K R m K : P.n?.(by m*ll.payable ia ?Jn.c.i B) iba Weak \ii Tri-Wertly, (p., ?- Advert id n* done OB MMuU, tcrma. All a-1 vertiaeniente from a distance. or from transient city .'u.iunMri, mu.t b? paid In advance. I N S~TJ R A Nc?r TO THOSE WHO WISHTOBE insured AUAINaT ALL CONTINGENCIES. T,oIfE-H,w?^5 lS,9UaAS,cK COMPANY 0 -?-? or ,ui o P. PETERSON, Agent. TtS?OF*VMPaK CO OF THE VAL. Ca.? airrru(pad tao^ooo w^L^JSS-1' c"u C*"'L*1 s"?"??> <*??? rl.fc, tak.n on th. mow r? U?J? equitably ad|mted ,nd promptly paid by W. K. PETERSON, Agt. - th* p?fiu w- ?? PETERSON, Agent. r1 ^ I.VXC1IBIJR() HOSE AFIRE INiORANCJ! COMPANY UamCafitai, $100,000 W. P. PETERSON, Jr.. Agent. . C~ih Capital repreaented by 'n tbiir"r *?! '^AkK*h*d A?"*Jr' where every lou "?? bu been promptly paid In Wheal, ny, belore t...

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 June 1861

IfaUg gateUigeum CAMPBELL & K DEEM0T, KDITOBS AMD PBOPRIWTOR8. TKEH1.?Daily, delivered in ciijr, per week, 10 cent* Daily, by mall, la adnoee, $i.i u Tu-Wduy. by mail, in advance^ S.C0 Wkxsly, by mail, in advance^?....? 1,01 WiTeeT/iN cT: Tuesday Horning, June 18,1861. God (ii?rd ?ur fl?K. and kwp each star Kach (tripe a? bright an now they wave, Still make it lead uur rank* in war, Rtill float above each patriot's rrave, Dwath to the traitor that would dare To trail it through the dust of ihatae. All boo eat heart* ita lot will ahare And follow it to Death or Fame. Good for Maryland. The telegraph this morning says that tbe Maryland election returns show that sbe has gone for tbe Uniou by an immense majority. All the Union candidates are elected?except Winter Davis, and his op ponent is not a secessionist. The DivUloa of the State. Wo print to-day an excellent Article from the Parkersbnrg Gazette. The OuzeUt aeea m the present crisis of oar State mid national affairs the golden...

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 June 1861

iiittlu gnteUigcwccv tn. Lir*est Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia.-<?% Tuesday Morning, Juno 18,1861. I Notice to Mall Subscribers. We wish our friends who are sending us subscriptions by mail, Tor less lima a year . id cut out nod bear in mind this tariff of r ites, nud so avoid misunderstandings. Weekly 0 raontbs 60c. ?? ' :t " 35c. t> uionttia $2 75 ?? 3 ?' 1.50 ?' I ' 50c. 1 Tri-Weeklv 6 mouths $1,75 ? ?? .. 3 " 1,00 1 1 tt^-luvariably in advaucc. 35c. | JJgTBiiBAitKATibN ok' Troops from Bkl- 1 lairs?All Ixvsxgit Flrkt or StKAMtoa. ?Yesterday wua a great day in Bell,lire. TJie news having gouc abroad of the arri val of four ot fivo thousand troops, and also of the fleet to transport them, the town was filled with people who (locked in from the country to witness the em barkation. A large number of geutlemen went down from this city, on the steamer Venango, a squad oi whom suug the '-atar Spangled" upon approaching the landing, and were heartily cheered by the s...

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 June 1861

*}." ' ' ?? ? -! . - COL. SAM. COLT'S REVOLVING FIRE ARMS PUtola, Eiflcti Carbines 4b Shot Gun* Patextb or I860; 1855; 1867; 1858. f ni!K8K A KM 8 HAVE NO EQUALS IN QBAL1T1 X and finish; are adopted by the Army and Nav> of the United State*, and the principal guvvranient - of Europe; ?re uniform in all their part*, are simple, safe. sure, servlcable and can he had in oae bnndre i varieties, a* well as Cartridge* of Powder, ball an I shot, and all rmall part* for repair*, from all t' able Run dealers, and the Hardware trade generally Address, Secretary COLT'S PATENT FIRE ARMS MAN'PO CO., my?-3u?* Hartford. Conn. Saddles, Harness,Trunks &c. WHOLES ALE A RETAIL. JR. SHEPPARD.No.lSl Main Street, corner ? Union, will continue to keep on baud alar,rei*nd . complete assortment of all article* in bis Hue, con*i*t tag of Ladies* and Oeutlemen's Saddles, Fine A Coar?e Harness, Trunks. Valices, Carpet Rags, Satchels, C-d tars, Haines. Whips. Ac. I would respectfully call attention to my...

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. — 19 June 1861

| VOLUME 9. WHEELING, I "RTTCT"NTT3C?ci 18G1. NUMBER 255 I iastt.lt AMI PL'BLlSUED BY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, | INTELUCJEXCER BUILDING!*, y K onrivT of (juincy and J/uirySU. TKRMSi U,|lyt^by mail, payable in advance,).- ..$5,00 j :h? Wetik 10 | Tr>-Weekly, (per year, payable in advance,) 3,00 er Advertising done on reasonable terms. VII .tdverUsemcuta from a distance, or from transient city customers, muH be pild in advance. INSURANCE^ TO THOSE WHO WISH TO BE t.jsr sube r> AOA1X8X ALL CONTINGENCIES. 'PlIE IIOMEINSUllAN'CE COMPANY JL of New York. <J\?k CAHTAL(e very dollar paid In) $l,000.00o ,4 Contingent Fund (uver( 500,000 The largest Cash Capital for the amouut of rUk o ? uy oSlice in the United it aes. " ? F. PETERSON, Agent. ?niiEIXSrR WCECO.OPTIIK VAL 1 LEY OP V.ROIN;A. Oash Capital pad i ui) $300,000 ?lucli tuo largest Ca?h Capital of any office charter ed by this State. 4&4p?Fire and Inland risks taken on the most rea sonable terms. Lo*?e? equitably adjusted an...

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. — 19 June 1861

|tailg guteHigetue* CAM P BE EK MO t7 EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TKRMiJ.?DAiiTjdeliTrrediudly, per week, 10centi Daily, by mail. In advance $5>,i c Tu-Wimi. by null. In ndrujctv 3,0? WuXLY.bj mail. rnadvai?c?v-- l,ci W HEELING: Wednesday Horning, June 19.1861. Ood guard wr flag, and keep each star Each stripe as bright a* now they nave. Still make i* lend our ranks In war,. Still float above each patriot's ^raVe, Dwatli to the traitor that wiMI dara To trail it through the dost of shame. All honest hearts its lot will share And follow it to Death or Fame. The I". B.Hlarshslshlp of tlata Oiatrflct. Serious aud increasing complaints are beard agaiust the policy of tbc Adminis tration in retaining such a tnan as Jeff. Martin, of Moundsville, in the Important office of Marshal of . the Western District of Virginia. These complaints are Well" fonnded, and wc believe that the Admin istration is justly censurable for its negli gence in not providing for his removal lonpr ere this. We know...

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. — 19 June 1861

ilailn Ijuteliigcttc^r Largest Circulation of any Paper in Western Virginia. Wednesday Morning, Juno 19,1861. j TO UELLAIR ASO HKSWOOl). TI1E STEAMER J. B. FORD. will leave a* above at 8*?jrcloek A. M. and ? _ l a o'clock 1*. M. Humming on first trip j |rt?%v Ben*vu??.| at 11 o'clock l\ M.auJ on l.ut trip at . t. i.<ck I*. >1. Kair, round trip twenty-Qv? c* iih. j l'or-'iu will he expected to furnUlt (-linage The! 1 .it u-ill leu\o punctually at the buun mentioned. ^ I Notice to Mall Subscribers* We wish our friends who are sending ns subscriptions by mail, for less than a year j to cut out and bear in tn;nd this taritF of rates, and so avoid misunderstandings. Weekly 0 months 60c. 3 ? .V. 35c. Daily G months ..$2.75 44 3 14 1.50 " I " .. 50e. Trl-Weekly 6 mouths $1,75 " 3 " 1,00 1 44 35c. JBQy-Inv?rinbly in advance. ??2?*fiXCLBSlON TO BkLLAIR ANt> Be.N wood.?The members of the Convention now in sessi <n here, left in a special train yesterday afternoon, trotn the Baltim...

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. — 19 June 1861

gailii gftttelligcttcct. Respectfully Dedicated to Capt.Don* ?My, or tl&e Command at Rowlesburg. BY A. H. SPAKGLKtt. Three huudred men have here been sent To puard oar quiet town. With Cnpt. Donely at their head, Thej will take secesiiion down.. We have also Cnpt. Miller, Who came to Donely's aid, And from his men's hppearancta, Am sure they're not afraid. And Chapman, ot' the Hancock Guard?, Is also with us, too ; We know hfo men nre loyal men. And men that will prove true. And Laytou, who commands the boys, (Ho culls thein Company K.) JTor bravery and for discipline The Captain here would suy. Then Slid^er. of the Stidjjer Guard, The second in command, A Union man we know be is, And by bis men will stand. The privates who are here attached To Donely's command. He has confidence in your bravery. And by you be will sued. You have chose bim to command you ; Yoa know the C*.: tain's bravo. And nothing be will leave undone, Our country now to save. COL. BAM. COLT'S REVOLVING FIRE A...

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 June 1861

VOLUME 9. WHEELING, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1861. NUMBER 256 "RTTHTATTCCf ninnn PRINTED AND PUBLISHED DY CAMPBELL & M'DERMOT, | iSTBtWCESCBR BllLDlNOb, .V. corner *>f Quincy and Main-Sit. TKRMBt j pvlT.(b> mail, payable in advance,)... $6,00 y. :he Week .. ... 10 yrj.W^kly.tp^r year, payable lu advance,)-?9,00 j fjr-Advertising done on reasonable terms. All h Ivcrtlsements from a distance, or from transient , fty customers, must be paid in advance. --iLsJ^ANCE. I I " "L? THOSE who WISHTOBE' I sured AUALV-t ALLCONH&uESCI^H. ra"?^rf.,NSCRAXC?C OMPANV '?> *1.000,000 V> . F. PETERSON, Agent. T" IV'oF'viMISuf CO-:OF' TKIfi VAU ?"u OariTal(p?u in) .d'h^huSiSr"1 ?"U C*W"*1 ftSVomc cUwt.r ?ou*SlfVer!*V! I"UnJ rt-k* ?ak?n on th. mMt r^. ?*?>???? Mju.tod .aa promptly p?ja b, V ? K- pETUHSO.V, Agt. f "illHAN?,T0J *" ,!tsc#A3ICK c?3it o*rRu,(p,iji-i Cash Joiuiu-eut *" and (orer7*.*.r.!rir ************ ?90,000 In tli.s office the a^jur.-J r,,,rVi *i. *. "**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. — 20 June 1861

gailg gtttelligettf tt1 CAMPBELL ft M'DEBMOT, XOITORB AXD PBOPSIKTO&S. ?Djult idellvarMl la cily, par VHk, 10 cant i Daily, by mail, in idnnca. ......t6,lo Tbi-Wksxlt. by null. In adraocfc*. 8,00 WrxxLT, by mail, inadtanc*, 1,01 WHEELING: Xhnrtday Morning, Jnne 20,1861. OM |MFl 00t fiac. and kaep each star Each atrip* aa bright aa now tbey vnv*, ?till make it laad our racks (n war, Still float abora each patriot's Trava, Death to tha traitor that would dure To trail It through tha dust of sham* All hnoaat bearta Ha lot will share *9* Mlow it to Death or VfcfaM. Oar Pablleatlon tf tha Dabatat. Mr. Vwice, of Harrison, yesterday cull ed tbe attention of the Convention to the fact that the debates, as reported in.tbo Intdlig?3ic*r, were nut fall; and, a* be said, were partial. He made the poiot against us that those who were opposed to Mr. Farnsworth's resolution, or rather thoB* who were in favor of laying it on the ta- j ble, were reported tnucb more at length ! than tbose who wer...

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 June 1861

ilitiln |hitriltgcu-m t"a, Ifiricest Circulation of any Paper in Wostern Virginia. Thursday Morning. Jnne 20,1861. Notice to Mall Subscribers. Tc wish our friends wbo are sendipg us ?ul ?criptions by mail, for less than a year jo cut out and bear in mind this tariff of rates, and so avoid misunderstandings. Weekly 0 months 60c. 3 ?? 35c. Dai'.y 0 months _$2.75 " 3 " .. 1.50 14 } 11 - 50c. Tri-Wcekly ft months .'.....$1,75 11 3 44 1,00 1 " 35c. g?^*ln variably in advance. tyST News from Piedmont.?By the ar rival of the train from Grafton last night, we learn that the curs which left here yes terday morning did nut go beyond that point in consequence of the news from Piedmont and points beyond. It seems that the bridge at Twenty-One Mile Creek ?was burned early yesterday morning by the rebels, who v/ere gathering there and at other points between Piedmont and Cumberland iu force, preparatory to a de scent on the former place, where they ex pected to surprise Col. Wallace's regiment of...

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