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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 9 November 1842

jgR", 's it jrvaav wane ST THOS. BOWLING. Tunica or •uiTc'HiFTtow.jkg IT Two Do! Uls a WW, If fifty cents, fnmUa due ofsubscrlpttm t» Ifhata within the year, and *hooldnft^M«ei. Ulhfce Vwar expires, three dolUr* will forthree nr Fire Dollars, i* aadoriered papere, «m year, «reet»d «"*'am^ la one person's name, th*n tlx month*. subcrlpUon uk«n Wj" u**^ 'Nosubcrlptkmtakenj*«— ofUi» Urns »WDOtlfy *dtoc«nU»w^M nBW engagement, ibed for will be egjggfSn be 1nee«sn at If Ma nonpareil^ 3ffySS toWSaiK™™ mat *-*L»i u^koted in accordance wKa the price* estsbfiSfedtr U« Printert Aawdailoa. 1 ^aua»oabjuine*mu»i«jm«paii. THO. bOWLlHG, Editor. TJEHRE-HAUTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV.9, 1842. Wholesome Advice. We would most respectfully recommend tbe f4Idling paragraph, from the Baltimore Daily Clip­ per, to the aerie us attention of some of tbe editors of Indiana, Tbe practice complained of has obtalned to a very alarming extent, and should be reformed altogether. It might even bo read with profi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 9 November 1842

P8- THE I J" 4 *4 E 1 TflO. Hplp^HO, Editor. TJEBR^-HAUTE, IA. '"WEDNESDAY MDRNWG, X&Y49, 1842. f[, Ijiiniw, '•$1 We publish, ia anothef T»ftmnV% feasible srtitfe'fifclb tbePhiladelplua Chronicle,,ori'tbc subject of tip'ffctlttbl aathorisid by the present Gangnu. It appear* that the Special Go vcrro&nt Agent baa returncJ from Europe, hut di&notrsuccpet) in effecting the loan, and could not,dnless on condition^ ruinoas to the credit and bisnbf oT the country. ..The puropean capitalists have taken it ihcirmcans mAmerican securities, while eo mariy of our State authorities-are in arresrs for interest on loan* contracted year* ago. While they thai act, however, they gently bint, or openly cn coo rage an cusufription of Stale debts by the General Government, as the condition upon which the loan re^juired hy the ja««r shall bo made! The United States ic refused air or eight millions, on the alleged ground that her credit is not good enough to obtain it,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 9 November 1842

$ase HP sumption, font* hundred millions of stx.p^r cent, long loan would be, and the reason jp as plain as day light. Our lhtfc£seer--«eiW National Loan being equal trs-ino best Euro pean investment, the extri' throe per cent, would make up all deficiencies in the defaulting State Loans and thus they would actually receive the full amount of both, while tVey would continue to taunt us with defalcation, after having received, in fact, though not in form, payment of both national and »UU» debts. These, mi alllssi JlltSSrft E ^W ^ERN3MtEWT IX)AN. f*i iC^3ome misconception, in relation to this mAtter,exi%ttin \ij& public mind, and also in relation to the mission of a Commissioner to Europe, .We propose to exhibit the matter In what we conceive to be iu *™j* •*'. light, «tt"fer as oar information, upon wntc l4g. we place much reliance, will enable far as our letters, and they are ftnglish letters, too, will enable us to judge, are the conclusions to which onr commisskwierant...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 9 November 1842

^**1 JtBiU^T, meti.TH ^OMfA8ED WITH S OR H/fe know that these Pitoof Petera are emiW ototljr tbfl bc*t vagetable anti-billiotu Pill* |0 oto irf can also pro»e thi* and from it will not depart, and who does not know it? A cloud of witnuM* are before yoa and the world, too nnm«roua—too Intelligent—reaiatlea, speaking whatthey do know, and testifying what dwy have «een and experienced- Without exception, in a«y age at countnr, no medicine haa spread with euch rapidity and given cucb. universal aatiafaction—they, are in genera! uw throughout the American continent and elsewhere—and their resistless power and innocence proclaim them one of. the happiest discoveries of modern days, and an inestimable public blessing. They are simple in their preparation, and mild and kind in their action, thorough in their ftpyrEtjnn, and unrivalled in their results. The towir and country are alike filled with their praise. The palace and poor house alike echo with their virtues —in all clima^fs, under al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 16 November 1842

f?r ri Jone '•Si *"u% -ifS- A l*"W iSSr tffia Miunii avaar WMMX tr O S O W I N TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION,Jk£ f3r Two Dot tar* a rear, If paM «J?r rOR THE W1I1IH XXFSISS. A flIMAt MAGNHTISir, CtAIEVOYASCE, 5EOSOLOGT, *C, *C. It would appear from the public journals, ami from the enthusiasm of the great maw of the people in the East, that the world is, ere long, to become wholly and perfectly infatuated with Mesmerism. Theft 1*%doubt, as stated by Doctor Olives in hia Pffysielogy, several systems of it and for the benefit of those who are not acquainted with tny, I publish the following, fitted up, committed, end practiced before a large and intelligent audience, with the moat triumphant success, by my partner in the atand th« trtlr'n Well, what is this! (meaning] Watch Hero, what is thisl Hat. w* cenu from th« «la» of robwrfpUon two Ji If psW whWn the r«, sad till the "I— ikM rlnlllTS Will DC fffj „. exolrM,U»re* dollar* will'for three eDollar*,in aAranct,win be"*f .... »z? rrfrire paper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 16 November 1842

THE EXPRESS. TFTO'DOWLIJifl, Kditor. XEBRE-HAUTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 16, 1842. Tile Currency Question. a We believe theapproachingsession of Congress may be looked to for some action on the currency, in one shape or other and we have no hesitation in-sating that the People expect it. It is oscleas to disguise the fact, that the country became vestive under the delays of the long session, ending with August, and have reason to look forward to the next, with a well-grounded hope that some prac'ical system of relief will be attempted. Statesmen should no longer wrangle about modes and fashions, but apply themselves to the establishment of the best one within the reach of their means, all things being duly considered. In making this attempt, it would be well to let the sccnes of the last eighteen months slumber, and ouly review them as they may help to light up the path of wise legislation. The difficulties which have occurred between co-ordinato branches of the Government, in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 16 November 1842

ftfty la»fo*««* ue suc •jc 'PUR8UTT OF knowledge. We hare the testimony of the wne»t mr_n tn« fa.** Itod, Art knowledge isthe rf» fV "Towed Ianc Newton says that to patient mda^ Whatever of knowledge be had ecq^ Buritt the present wonder of our fa thirty years "learned blacksmith," perfectly, of age, haa already le«m«3 Ttrioa branches of ad- a°d,^-^accomplished,or ofknoW fazL expect, •oce, -y. -AH will be b, that or hope to attorn?1 efing process of accretion plodding, patient, I* particle by particle, which taild. by fact." The Rer. 'in hi* student's Manual, a work that John Tod |cjge should read, rery appro- i*\*intrbf "Those islands which so beaoti?lf sdorn the Pacific, and which but for sin, would „,tny Edens, were reared up from the bed "ftbe ofceen by the littto coral insect, which depositee one grain of sand at a time, till the whole of those pi^ reared up. Just so with haman ex­ ertions. The greatest results of the mind are produced by small but continued efforts. I have fre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 16 November 1842

'rfi PFTERfrPfLLS OK, JKEAU.V, HEALTH C0MF4BED WITH 23 OK 30 CEtiTS- WE know nently the best *cgflaltic anti-lilliotn Pills in use—wo can nlso proro tbia and from it will not depart, and who doe* not know it? A cloud ofi jtocwcs are before yoo and the world, too numcjoo*—too intelligent—tMtttlc#*, speaking: what ther do know, and testifying wLat they have aecn and experienced. Without exception, in any ago or country, no mtJicme has spread with such rapidity and given such universal satisfaction—ther vein general u*o throughout the American continent and elsewhere—nnd their resistless power and 1 innocence proclaim them one of the happiest disomies of modern days, and an inestimable poblie Messing- They are simple in their preparation, and mild and kind in their action, thorough in their operation, and unrivalled in their results. The town and country are alike 31M with their praiw. The p,i.M #nd poor house alike echo with their virtof* —•in all climates, under all temperatures, the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 23 November 1842

itmtr vntsx «r O S O W I N E S O S O SCRIPT!O N fy Two WlOTajfoor,if P"id.Tf^„and fifty real* from lbs tUu of snbscripUon be delayed WT._ I forthree O" Fw Dollars, in a****? —n-office, and ordered i*pw», ono yo«r, directed H10 *a®° In on* person'* name. i-m th.is »'n months. A TTr No eubcriWk™ «. the ood of the time fsilure to notify »ju a hour encasement. »atacrib»^^^»»n ^jij be lirtciteo thrice at f3r ADTERTWEMES^rev^_w,U(Jce nonpareil per ^.mrc, weekly, and continuedat-5«_ for advertisements O"The ntimbCTofwhenhamic*in otherwise till ordered out (by notice oral or I DC _4 ^Itnmra^ infflp "'7 w"'7?p^]iior)»nd w^Hln charged accordingly. TfwU1 who wish to advertise by the year or half chareed in sscordanee with Ike price# esubfl^h^d^bythe Printer'* Association. iis£^ fcntcnon bum new mart eom^ paid. !THE EXPRESS. THO. DowLnra, bmot. TERRB-HAUTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 23, 1842. History of the Saints Ad Expose of Joe Smith and Mormon Ism: By Gen. John C. Bennett. Publiitied by L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 23 November 1842

mmm THE^E XPR ESS. THO.DGWUSO, KdHor. TEHRE-tfAUTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 23. ISJS. The Trcaly—Official I'nl»Iicalioii. Wc publish to-day the laUs T*I=*TT concluded at Washington, as officially ratified and exchanged at London, on the 13th of Octobcr last. Indiana Jonrual. .. The editor of this paper replies, at great length, to our article of the Oth, and, from its temper and tone, it would aecm that some of the pigeons are N§woundcd^#rhough our's was rather a random ahot, intefidcdTto rotue up the nestling*, it would seem that the old one in charge of the brood already Happing it* wings, and bidding deGancc to the outaiders who hare dared to range on the "preserve*" of the manor. It may le considered poaching to come into the same field with the Journal, but wc expect before we are done with it, that the worthy conductor of that paper will admit that the editor of the Wabash Express has some rights to contest, and aorae views to defend, in the pre mine* be haa laid down. Ho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 23 November 1842

,s»sa U~ A PROCLAMATION. •. "M ^WHEREAS 1 •ss* Srteitg TOit!) Omglaufr. .1 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION By the President of the U. State* of America a Treaty tetween ^e States of America and Her i-J^Tjri-6 i*in,i8n- tm tpntiaries, at Washington, bj Ibetr ^HftUSt one thousand on the ninth day ol Aug •,—«» j« eight hundred an^/arty-t«o, which treaty is, word for word» as /oho ^tlc and define the Boundaries be- A 72tythcterritories of the United States and ./ Ttrii/mnif hfnintti in 0* wc IY up of criminal*, fugitive from juttiee, tn eer tain eases. Whereas certain portions of the line of lxundanr between the United States of America and the British dominions in North America, described in the second artide of the Treaty of Peace of 1783, have not yet been ascertained and determined, notwithstanding the repeated attempts which have been heretofore made for that purpose and whereas it is now thought to be for the mterest of both parties that, avoiding further ^discussion of tneir respective righ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 23 November 1842

Veld at the undermentioned Land Offices in Uie State of Missouri, tit the periods hereu^$£Jt ^lesig36 nated, to wit: -.-rAfyu:. ft At the Land Office at FA YETTE,4omm&xi*g 'on Monday, the ninth day of January next, for •-••the disposal of the public lands within the under».fmentioned Uwn«h»j», to wit: North of the base line, and West of fifthprijicipal meridian. Townships sixty-one, sixty-two, and sixty-three, .ofran #twenty. And the East hair of section nine, in townslup forty-five, of tange thirteen. At the Land Office itt I.BXfNGTON, rowmcnc-Uno-on Monday, the twenty-thirddatjif January next, for the disposal of the public lands YWUIUI tt»c undermentioned townships, to wit: North of the base line, and W,ust of the fifth I principal Meridian. Townships forty-one, forty-two, forty-tifree, and forty-four, of range thirty-one. Township* forty-one, forty-two, and forty-foot, of range thirty-two. Township forty-one, forty-two, forty-three, and forty-four, of range thirty-th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 30 November 1842

ill"1 1 11 2 rovumao imr ni« »*. TH DOW'tiy6v jT«RMS OP, fiUBSCRIjTIO^'^ *2 Cr Two D°H*« 7"r if *». ssssaaga^KssrtroM. yn on* perron'* ntt»- written ]eM 7 the end of the time '^tsJTtfre to notify .iff^JLatdered a* a nen engagement. %*bacrft*d forwHI femurs will be inserted uutec at 4 *T,^?J^u^a4Un««brevier-10 lines nonpareil,) ^^rSe^wri^WTAMLAWLAIIBJOIHENRTOE ^eT^nfba continued lilionlwjrfoittjtarnotice oral or vrrftum the editor) and charred accordidgly. Thf-B who j4,h to advertise by the year ortyjl »«2rwill h« cbwp»d In accordance with the price* a*£2luhed br the Printer's Aaaocislion. jry Letter* on busineas mast co come paid. OH THE DEATH OP CHILDBEH. *T JOB.fl 4. ADjUIS. ,. Sure, to the mansion* of the blest, W he In & in no as Some angel brighter than the real The spotless spirit's flight attend*. On winys of eestacy ibey rise -•f* Beyond where worlds material roll, Till *rm* lair sister of the sk les «'t Reeetves the tmpolluied soul. ^,r„ ,. There, at the Almight...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 30 November 1842

gSsSISS «r- «.• 'RESS. TBO. DOWIIISC, Editor. ^TJERRE-HAUTE, IA/ WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV. 30, 1842. Tbe Exchequer Plan. Wherever this question has been disctuweJ, we noticc favorable indication of its popularity. The time for action has arrived—the time for DOIXG something to regulate the disordered exchange* and if the membera of the preacnt Congress will vol act, then the People must take the matter in their own hand*, and elect those who will. The able Report of Mr. Fonwiin, submitted at the last session of Congress, unfolded to the People a system of exchange which, we venture to assert, met as much favor as any system could, under the then existing circumstances. It had to contend with party opposition from every side—from the friends of a United States Bank on the one hand and the Sub-Treasury on the other. There was no room for any measure, in the opinion of Con gress, unless it pointed to one of these modes, and contending parties, consequently, looked at a 9iw plan, however ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 30 November 1842

OFFICIAL PAPERS^ EMRIRSCTXD WITH TH* TEXATT or WASB»» FBOM THfi^raiDBNT OF THE Transmitting the TreaXy ffhG^BrUatn to the Senate of theUruied Statu. To x„ St3r*T* or x«» W«- Statu I hare the «atisftction to communicate to the Senate the results of the nejgtulion® recently had in this citj with the Bntiah Minister Special and Extraordinary. These results comprise— 1st. A treat to settle and define the boundaries between the territories of the Uajjfff States and the possessions of her Britannic Majesty in North America, for the suppression of the African slave trade, and the surrender of criminals fugitive from justice in certain cases. 2d. A correspondence on the subject of the interference of the colonial authorities of the British West Indies with American merchant vessels driven by stress of weather or carried by violence into the ports of those colonies. 3d. A correspondence upon the subject of the attack and destruction of the steamboat Caroline. 4th A correspondence on the subj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 30 November 1842

-Ty 4 I^eT j: i- S¥*" By the President of the United States. *TN pursuance of law, I, JOHN TYLER, Presi^OL dWit of the Watted States of Americano hereby SjUclere add make knovm, that public sales will be held si the undermentioned Land Offices in the *f'» of Missouri, at the period* hereinafter designated, to wit: At the Land Office at FAYETTE, commencing Mn Monday, the ninth day of January next, for toe disposal of the public lands within the undermentioned township", to wits North of the base line, and West of fifth prindpal meridian. Townebips.ststy-one, sixty-two, and sixty-three, of range twenty. And the East half of M*0nn nine, in township forty-five, of range thirteen. At theLand Office at LEXINGTON,commencing on Monday, the twenty-third day of January next, for the disposal of the public lands within the undermentioned townships, to wit: North of the base line, and Wat of the fifth principal meridian. Townships forty-one, forty-two, forty-three, and forty-four, of range thir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 December 1842

s5-a. ITFIw S f~r sent for me as ssssi wsmmsm in BYIBT Win BT THOS. BOWLING. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION, Ac. Two Dollars a 7W, If psid within three «non«» from the dale of subscription two dotU/s and If p«|d within the year,and shoula pSymenibedsuj®0 lill tl« jrair erplres, thrse dollar* will be ch,r£T4/ DoKf» advanc,*\\l ooe year, directed to the same office, sod lUtui* •abac ri bod ^imbeiiplSn taksa for '^^^rftlM^ine •i?£n2y5o2 ft*advertisementsmutt ^JS^W^«X S5'S ^"^^SSSASSR'" fished by the Prlaw^i AajetaUs O" •ZAKSKS!^^-^ Suicjde of J. C. Colt. We gave en account of the horrible suicide of this person, !a*t week, and some of thecircumstances attending it. Hie reader will remember that be was indicted and convicted of the murder of SAXCEL ADAMS, in 1841, and was sentenced to be hanged on the day on which he destroyed himself, but a short hour before the gallows was to have claimed him for its own. Several efforts were made for a pardon to the Governor, end that having foiled, anew tria...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 December 1842

*n nr raili! THE EXPRESS. THO. OOWLIX6, *UUtor. JTERRE-HAUTK, IA. ^I'DNESDAi" MOKNLXG, DEC. 7, 1842. Death ofauoiliCT ISIcaiSwrl AVo regret to learn that Dr. HLzvnuir, a mtraher of tha Indiana Senate, from Shelby county, died at his residence, on yesterday week, after a short illness This makes the third member of the Legislature called from time to eternity since the ejection in August Dr. K. highly spoken of by those wno knew him. H* The election of U. 8. a Senator, it is now believed, will not take place daring the present week, nor till ths successor of Dr. KESITIDT shall arrive at the seat of Government. The deceased was a member of the loco foco party. The Governor has issued a unit for an election to fill the vacancy, to take place on Monday next. GoTeraor's Message. The Message of Governor Biaazn, delivered at the opening of the present session of the General Assembly, is placed before our readers to-day. It is document of commendable brevity, and written in a plain but forc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 December 1842

"w .• *T •d statutory provision*, presenting difficulties even to' Use disciplined legal mind, which are almost insuperable to the ordinary citizen. The machinery of the system is cntfngied and interwoven with burdensome proviso* and qualiflsations and the sooner these are remedied bv plain legal provisions and the substitution of a simpler organization district schools, the more speedily **c in this cause. at least apparently conm«t itself with the momentous options Whfeh we* ei«t.ngthe hopes, and exercuring the energies'* ntcn losing only to the accomplishment of their stupendous projects.— While millions watt lavished, aye wasted, on measures which have literally crashed us, the less exciting subject of common sS&oolg has been almost forgotten. But let it be remcrftftcrcd that we mrfj construct canals and railroads, and foster commerce, and cherish otir agricultural interest, and secure advantageous sMtrkets, and may obtain all that these various otjjecSi are capable ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 December 1842

*fcfr (.Si nii ,*a Bv the President of the United States, W larmUMf of law, I, JOHN TJTLER, Presij«nt of the United 8tates of America, do hereby 'focltr* and make known, that public sales will le bald at tin undermentioned Land Offices in the Stat* of Missouri, at tha period* hereinafter designated, to wit: At tha Land 03$ce at PAYETTE, commencing en Monday, the ninth day of January next, lot ti» disposal of the public lands within tha undermentioned townships, t$%it: North of the baseline, and West of fifth principal meridian. Townships sixty-one, sixty-two, and sixty-three, of ranee twenty. -v And the East half of seet&ff nine, ID At the Land Officwat SPRINGFIELD, commencing on Monday, the sixth day of February next, for the disposal of the public lands within the undermentioned townships, to wits North of the base line, and west of the fifth principal meridian Townships twenty-five to thirty-four, inclusive, except the North half of section one in the latter of range ...

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