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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 December 1842

*^35*«WR* ts ill #jnrx»T wm *T O W I N MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. TBS® *L«H &?' "Two Dollars a r*»*i W wtahin *80010. •ubKriMd far will tied thrice it & ADpRTOEWf ^^^10 i,net npap^iy iSSSSfer W "^*ENUE.B7 "fbaJlf W^HK^rril be chilli in ncorUanco wilh the price* m»b«I»^aftyihe Primer's Aajoctetton. *-?.. t" on business must come paid. cllaneotus Beaming. 'VALERIUS. ^description of the combats of the j£jM*UjiubEithed sentalivp, 0.^^i.. ulWlfw *m»ictVeven hi I by the Editor of tae Gazette, UI specimen of the style ork, Which, he remarks, "is eyident£«fh^nd ofthe finer order, and in a lietssical intelligence. Tbe scene is jd wilh the tournament in Ivsnhoe, 7i|3ny pjtfiigf to' these tolorncs rtbt disparage the great unknown .we think, there are other part* his most carekss mood, he could nMhavewrit Jen: "Such was the enormous crowd of human beings, high and low, assembled therein, thai when any motion went througn their assemMy, the noise of the rising up and sitting dow...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 December 1842

9^ ^'It' ay BV I*AST SIGHT'S MA1JU «P Wabnsb E InreM RNJNG, WEDNESDAY MOR OfHrc, 8 O" Clock. President's Message. The mail which reached Terre Haute last night, at 9 o'clock, pat u« in possession of of the annual Message of President Ttlxk, transmitted to both Homes of Congress oa the 7ih instant. Having kept our columns open for it two days, we hare neither time nor room to add a single word of remark of our oxvn. Wo are indebted for the copy of the Message to the Editors of the Old School Republican, at Columbus, Ohio. The Baltimore papers, on which we principally relied for wj early copy, were dated no later than the 7th (morning,) and the Message was not vent to Congress tilt noon of that day, owing to the fact that the 3enate was without a quorum on Tuesday,! 1 MESS AG E, BfttrVEfttD DECEMBER 7TH, 1842. O E E N A A S O S E O E E SENTATIVES: We bare continued reason to express our profound gratitude to the great Creator of all things for numberless benefits conferred upon us as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 December 1842

mm THE"JEXPRESS. THO. POWIilHO, BUtar. TERRB-HAUTB, IA. WBDNE8DAY MORNING, DEC. H. 1842. Totes on Uie Treaty. The reader will Senators on the ratification of the Treaty ofWashingtoo, in the U. a Senile. It will be seen that who is now opp^uig the Treaty, and seeking to bring the Administration into dts--«iute for iu negotiation* in that behalf, tried to «*ClaL. jjje country into war, by proposing the re* jjas Treaty, and the military occupation J&ied territory. For thia proposition he =^3lX'$4^tiy two vote*—his own and that of 'A&kM&U&Iof Arkansas! Thia may account -«n "^course. which is any thing bat padepend upon it, that nine-tentha tion the Treaty, and accord hon.^.i ration by which it was effected. a^ntativp, -jMh -First Day. 24 members of the 8x»atx in first day, and no quorum appear- I, one hundred and seventy mem* their names, and proceeded to busi- Mr. Anavs gave notice that he would, at a propar time, when it shooid be in ord...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 December 1842

Fuicft & I: I pursuance of tow, J, JOHN TJTLBK, Preaiof the United 8tatc* of America, do hereby dpclam tad atak-j knomi, that public sale* will Ue 0# it ti» undermentioned .Land Office* io the Stat* of ^tiMoarif at the periods hereinafter designated, to wih At Uw-Land Office a^T AYETTE, commencing Monday ,the ninth day of /unitary nett, fat the disposal of the public Tsruls within t&e under•Mntioned township*, to wit: Mbrtk jf the bate line, and Wat of fifth prin* eipal meridian. Township* sixty-one, si*ty-tv*o, and *ixty-three, •f rattle twenty. And the East half of section nine, tOfrasMp fhrt£$fl.va, of range thirteen. At the Land Office at LEXINGT0?», commencktg on Monday, this twentxj-lhirdday of January next, for the disposal of the public land* within the undermentioned townships, to wit: North of the base line, and Weot of the fifth principal meridian. Township* fo/ty-one, forty-two, forty -three, and torty-four, of range thirty-one. Township* forty-on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 December 1842

k- 4 m* w, i4: ftamln* a i4» JRaM g, with great plrnMfre, *5at cur R^pwf, scntalive, USK'^Nttyxaayiiw.pnimpfljr rawed h» .- ibia-matter, by i|it'i(u in"lift "'I'fa*ll|ll»Mdl£jil'^1j piwJWISHI cori.titofa^n.oC|h£ fh» KM.*-' TbU jBogflTjatf ami J«%* .** doubt ftiA'I^r«*kel *n tim CMgrv**- ^i .«* lo lho ft6epetftnga tif Qebiir°*p wi&'aotjBcaoiigijr thjrirtgthi jrmxfi-^wo ifojuflfi. 'T&e^tslrya* wfictelfcr&i^ of fgn»e£ Wjt&W jf opjmy ri jttigna, aSiineft ow Mtvrs Will h*' «0M»«I«l era? "al., -:••*-.r±~ .. NJW» •,' TTfiC C'ou*«#|c«t S«it *. ,•» To "thellooaa o/Hcprowni^iivwpf India ap, about jwhich an examination *m instituted, has baen a.ward«d t6 M*Bi»0!f Mtbsii, (loco,) and the certificate m«int*r/*I?.voi Biixtf, (irMg,) has bCcH busted. JU\»| aatfjgg J^ra strict party vote! 'V put iII II. f2 ^be Jjegislaturc cf Virginia convened at Rich nubnd ontlur 5th Jjjit, when CiUs. Heinrost was eIectoJ f?jcaki r£fthe Senate shJ Jobi. IIuttKMAji Sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 December 1842

THE? EXPRESS. TU^POWMMG, KdUar. TElUtK-IIAUTK, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. 21. 1842. The Editor Is absent at Indianapolis, and should omission* Hnintakts occur, the reader'* indulgcncc is askal. BETTER RBOSI THE EDITOR. As yet, but little business has been perfected, but the Committees ore hammering away, "getting oat work in the rough," ready for the polish of tho master workmen. This part of legislation, though rather a silent process, is quite an important duty, and forms a material item in the experience of every member. These Committees hold their sessions at night, and arc employed from one to four hours, which, added to the daily sittings of the two Chambers, constitute good degree of labor. I learn that a hill providing for tho re-weighing of Salt, in the counties of Vigo, Sallivan, and Parke, has passed the House. It provides merely that thoso who sell Salt shall be compellod to reweigh it, at the time of sale, and dispenses with a Weigher, as asked for in the petitions sig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 December 1842

importantrom'yucatan7 A FODOar A*» TM MkXICAXS BOCT' *D*—The Picayune of the latinst. says the following official despatch, giving particular* of an engagement between the Yucatanese troop# with a portion of the Mexican army ..appears in the Mcri- da Siglo, of the !5th of November, ft waa addressed to the Secretary of War and the Navy by Col. Gacboa: Caxmucht, Nor. IS, 1848 81 a Between the hour* of 8 and 9 this momuig, the enemy's troops were completely rooted by the forces under my command. On oar aide there were but five wounded and none killed. I*he slaughter of the enemy was much greater. The details I rc~ aerve for another opportunity, from press of time. I have the honor of accompanying this despatch with tho equipments ef a soldier of the enemy, con listing of a helmet and muaket. I wish you to make known to bis excellency the governor this triumph of the arms of the state through the patriotism and decision o.f the troops under my command. By all accounts the Mexican troops...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 December 1842

f* *jg*r:. ,..o.., btr* Irmils iiybrow 7ft In the aparklhig eye, iss^r 0° doll and 4Im before: Th»" ®al te*k njy ftianfl, To »ora destrocUon"s door. 'jg* twOtev, go act back! •r A. ft Press on Jo rtrtoe's way 8s Steadfast ia thy sacred Pltdg*, And truth (hall be thy slay. Hups, bright morning's dawn, shall spring Where'er th7 «xn m*7 treed ^TKsn go not back a^ain my friead, a To paths of terror sprsai.. Hy 3W&«\ ft not back To sorrow and to rice) rsep vh« bluer fruits of sin. tA tft/tCVrlflA! Bat upward, SteeTenwaidg} 9 My brother, go notfceck— The fsU.1 wlyrtpool see, •Where thoueands, and ten thousands rush To hopeless misery. Behold them perish day by day, Determined thus to sink Then go not back again, my frier.d, I To ruin's fearful brink. My broth or, go not backTl» wisdom speaketh thus, And tellcth thsethe win# cup Man's grsatest, fatal curie. It well nigh drew thy weary fest To a dishonored grave Then go not back again, my friend— Bach sharp temptation brave, ly ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 11 January 1843

it- :»-u Vi M' *St hr- 1 SCSLSTOXD ZVERT WKSK BT O S O W I N TEJIMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. Ur Two Dollar* a rear, if paid within ibne tnoMb* Jrpm the data of subscription two dollar* and n.paid within tha year, and should papneft"®'? ^IIS^23»L!£A32SIS3 papers, one year, directed to Ota aame office, and onwrea in one person's name. months A .?•- ,pr No aubcriptjon tak'n for•lessnd felltre to notify f11d^nu"^fB^ «. •u^b^ for will o{ Ume new crfsagement. inaortca thrice 4C^,ADTERTteEMfcNTS^, at 10 nonpzreilj on8dol1ara«nuarc041'oM"'3,V,«T» weaklr. rrfmb^ onn*«f«- for idvertisements must W^Y.^^JGA^RAYAASS'S -MririH bo cbarscd in atcordance with tie prices eaub?Xd bythe Triatert Association. f^r Lett"* on business must come paid. nOLUA"LEGISL1TCRE. COJTBKJfSEnFBOM TJtB ISDI AS ATOLlS FAFEIIS. SENATE—DEC. 26W xiKPonTs. By Mr. Cornctt against issuing but one execution a year, t|od that the appraisement law shidl elrtcnd tojudgments on forfeited delivery Bond* which was concurred ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 11 January 1843

DOtffcSTic rovvxs the capita1 *•1?' 4 II ^eale^e dbTAesiic fowl, jand ^eittartagenjent °fa^f^ctive to all profit, ,^«(^hich must leaving common pwciio for. tnemsfl^_ dating tti isthe "ihirk lonlhs. Tlicrfris belter re nays good keeping than the lien, ai with it 2S« tfial afforttaso rawer profit lLlllJ^ n^mnIoy«l. ih~ them to Winter The hen should have I ilwrp «w» fpn* Prrntiitea a cloie warns roost. Jor tnere ere lew creatures he.fVd -tbJdvtlS. I'atatofc ed are excellent, for Ifafcm, Tarfyfhvrgorutin^lo lbfctrtV^ Cultivator^'' eipt tctf curtor butHrt-tve cortwder it he vefricsf ^-yet re•^ftnn«icled, ai^laa raahy of our readers may haye sot seen it. we publidh it'djgjin, that tp those who are fynd ofclean, pufO-ona awect :f*4' meat, without the apprehension of its taint- in§ liowijr that uutearein no ttegree worse, wwn tteiwed^ htiviimBeen froveiij fend wj^kfeep for a long'tipio after tticy org opened irc^ the spring. ^The same treatment may,Jbe given to turnips^ Irish potatoes, beet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 11 January 1843

THE EXPRESS. THO. nOVYI-Bi0' Editor. TJERRE-HAtTTE, IA. WEDXESDAY MORNING, JAN. 11, 1843. That Earthquake, So palpably felt here on the night of Wednesday, tha 4 th, between 8 and 9 o'clock, seems to have been general, so far aa we have heard, At St. Louis, the Rep^tcr describes it as occurring "about 9 o'clock, tho ribration from North to South." It was felt at Indianapolis, East, at Covington, North, and at all the Intermediate point*, Relief Law in Illinois. A relief law passed the Senate ot Illinois a few da/a ago, but its provisions or nature is not stated in the Springfield papers. The vote was Ayes 22, Noes 17. A bill had previously passed the House, but the Senate passed one to suit itself and sent it to the House, where the Senate's bill was rejected The Senate, then, took up tho hill of tho House and passed it^ antLao the State of Illinois, tpo,Jins relief law.. "W". The lUiidisouiin and Globe. The "Madisonian" and "Globe" are carrying ot) a severe warfare on the Treaty wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 11 January 1843

W Ki $ ft 0 INDIANA LEOISLATUBE. COXVXXSED FROM TEI IKDIA2rjL*OI.IB TA.TX.U8. SENATE, DEC. 30. Bat little business of importance is noticed in the proceedings of this day.* The Senate was principally employed in the business of-revision. HOUSE. The bill from the Senate, abolishing-the license to sell coffee, tea, and sugar, token three several tunes, and PASSED. E 7 Sm «lmi rhe",COIm- WDC® ffii THB TABirr. iliis A ioint resolution instructing our Senators and requwtinjr our Representatives in Congress, to use their exertions to procure an amendment and ten-, aion of our late tariff law, in accordance with the recommendations of President Tyler, was read a third time when Mr. Thompson moved to tefer to a select committer with'itistru^tions to amend said jointtesolution, by instructions to oar delegation in Congress, for an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, that will tend to prevent the election, he®after, of a President of the United Stales, in*any other method than...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 18 January 1843

tK" 5#* ^®r-. if ti f, V. V~l PVILMKSD BVBBV WS*K *T THOS. DOWLING. «TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, A 31 O* Two a a re a if pa id "from the data of subscription two u. £nelayed If paid wlthlftihe year, and tllllhe year expires, three doUars wll-be "continued till be mi they artir fthii^gaaks—Dead. VtA fe f¥i Twelve Ohio Uniis, owing to the expiration of their charters, wapt to the grave on the 1st of January, 1843 anJ%n this event the "Message," of Cincinnati, quotes the lines of the poet over their inanimate remains— "Our bugles sang truce, for the night cldud had lowered, And the sentinel stars set their VratctoSn theaky,^ And thousand# had sunk on thi grouoa of erpowerew» The weary to s\ eep and the wounded to die." The following: iut of the institutions now no more, which we publish for the benefit of oar read- 1 -ft t"/ ers: Commercial Bank of Scioto.^ Franklin Bonk of Cincinnati. Farmers and Mechanics Bank of Steubenville. Franklin Bank of Columbus. Western Reserve Bank. Bank of Mount...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 18 January 1843

THO. DOWtnr©, Editor. xjBRE'HAUTE) IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 18/1843. Dr. Isaac Coc. have before as a long letter from Dr. ISAAC Cos, of Indianapolis, in reply to the editorial article in tiur paper of the 4thJ|Mcornpanied by a request that it may have a pffiHpn the Express.— This request shall be complied with but we regret to say thati* came to band late to be attended to this week. In our next number, the Doctor shall have "room and verge enough" to wipe out any "injustice" which our remarks may have inflicted. We intended him no wrong, and shall withhold no privilege to right himself before the People of Indiana. The "Democratic" Convention. At tie request of a few good and zealous locos of this neighborhood, we copy into our columns, this week, the proceedings of the late Convention held at Indianapolis, which, we'learn, was numerously attenaaol It will be seen that JAMES WUITCOHB, Esq. of Vigo, and JESSE D. BIUOHT, Esq. of Jefferson, were nominated for the ofliccs of Governo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 18 January 1843

IdH AN ACTentitled An nS 0r a£l cer levyine such eiecuiion, to summon three diaiolerestecl boM-Wdm of the vicmity ^(where such property is levied on, one of «~hAm mav be chosen by the defendant execution, and one by the plaintiff, the other by tl.e oiBcer Provided, in all cases, where either or both parties shall fail, Tefuse or neglect to make such choice, or in case of a choice, if such appraisers shall fail, refuse or neglect, to make such appraisment, then it shall be the duty of such officer to choose or summon such house-holders for them, when Ihe said officer shall administer an oath to tiiem, well and truly to value all such property as may be by him pointed out to them, at its fair" and reasonable value in ordinary times, fllhStbey, or a majority of them, shall male out a list of said property so valued by them, annexing, the valuation of each article or specie! of property thereto, and sign the same which list shall be annexed to ihe execution, and when such property shall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 18 January 1843

waOx TKI !RR.^ TO"* tvsv&i MEECCRI. short Patent Sermon. ss Npj now, |trsr. The^ollovving liacs byMisB A. Woodbridge, will serve as a_text lp my^prwenUisse course a* The deep blue sky hath tjima&fo gray, AnilchiUingiB the wunlgr air The earth secms-aadana drear to-day, sja^ But look within—'tis summer there parers Winter once mdte is upon us. earth, stript of its gay garlands and lovely wreaths, itb\v appears in robea, of sad-' ness and sorrow. The akv wears a cheerless aspect—the music of the wild birds has ceased—and' the" velvet-lined cradles of Bpriftg bom flowers have become their sepulchres. The yariegated carpet of tl»*lai)dscape is soiled b| the footsteps of fltfTrost-king, and lpoks as if it had been spiTupon with tobacco juice by some spiteful spirit of air. Nature, too, looks as saturnine as a saint in a cloister, and asf down in the mouth as a-dy-ing dogfish. Boreas comes howling from his cold northern home, or whistles a melancholv dirge over the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 25 January 1843

3'. PO«I.UH» aVSRY W*SK ST Tlios. O W I N TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. ear, If paid within three months „f-OP Two Dollars* yw,.. -.- from the dale of subtcripUon two dollars and fifty ceni^ if paid within the rear, and should payment be delar™ till the rear expires, three dollars will be charg*"-. Five Doiura.in adronc^willj^ receiv^ forthre« ars, oae year, directed to the same office, and ono person'* name* mnnthn A No subcrfjnfon taken for less thM s'* failure to notify a discontinuance at the e1 _»enl0al subscribed for will be considered as "**rta5fhrice at O- ADVKBTCSEMKNTS will fished by tho Printers Ao0^ 0"- |-y JLeixom on boiiufiw must coiuo paid. THE EXPRESS. THO. »OWIJIJS£G, Buchanan—Johnson. The respective friends of JAMES BL-CHAXAX, of Pennsylvania, and RICHARD M. JOHXSOJT, of Kenlucky, held meetings at Harrisburgh, Penn., on the 9lh of January—it being the day on which the battle of New Orleans was celebrated. The Been AXAV CO.VVESTIO* was organized by calling ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 25 January 1843

I "***•&> *"5v, very and $ US EXPRESS. TJIO. DOWIISG, SUlitor. JERBE-HAUTEvIA. vr WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 55, 1843. Will* Convention. As SrVexpected, Gov. Biaokn was nominated for ro-eletuion, and Ion* H. BBADLET, Esq., for Lieutenant Governor. It is but right to say that Judge HA&L declined to ran a second time for the Iait office, domestic afflictions and private business requiring him to withdraw from public life. Gov. Bfooxn comes before the People with clean hands, and it ill "take a horse" to beat him. The proceedings of the Convention willbo Found in another column. Treasury Wote Bill. This moasure, having received the signature of the Governor, is now the law of the land. We publish at in another column, to which we refer the reader! Dr. Coe's Letter. We admit, into this week's paper, the Letter of Dr. ISAAC COE, of Indianapolis, in reply to our article of the 4th, predicated on the Report of Mr, Bui oar, the State Agent. We have no disposi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 25 January 1843

•jwLx&L WE ll W&i W^tsgSL aSSliiilti 1L tion of the Oregon Territory. The 1°^°° cite* some interest now, and, for thi* continue the debate below: After a variety of slighler maUer^ jhe details of which will be (°""d }a The Senator proceeded to give, with his usual power of analysis, a summary of the alleged rights of both parlies to the Territory, and of the manner in which those rights are claimed to have arisen. Our claim embrace the coast of the Pacific from latitude 54° 40 to 42° and has three several grounds 1st. That of the priority of discovery by Captain Gray, of Boston, in 1788, of the mouth of the Columbia. From this, according to the universal rule among civilized nations, follows the right to the country watered by such river to its sources. This discovery was afterwards more complelly explored by the expedition under the command of Captains Lewis and Clarke. 2d. The cession by Spain of all her rights of territory north of 42d parallel of latitude...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 25 January 1843

•-. IBOM THE JKFF TOITK SUSDAT MERCDHT. gjl0rt Patent Sermon, K, *t i? BT DOW, JUT"-. "*_ text is composed of the following irht. dark fl"J Pillowy clouds, tho withered trees, ««,n' o'ct the ruins of the year to mourn, & ,. seen, And yet a little—and propitious spring, Crowned with fresh flowers, shall wake the woodland strain But no gay change revolving Reasons bring1, To call forth pleasure'from the soui of pain. My hearers: Another year has been knocked into ruias. Tinje has again destroyed his own handwork and Nature looks as melancholy on the occasion as a moonless midnight. He has plucked every green leaf and gay blossom from the bowers that he built he has torn every wreath that he twined, and every garland he wove he has strip ped every tree of the emerald robe that he gave it, and trodden under foot t^e lovely flower3 with which he garnished his path. His province is to pull down what he builds —to reap what he sows—to rub out what he paints on the rough canvass...

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