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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 February 1843

iX ft* St SIP "j* 'V 1 •*V- K* M- I .*»" Hsr "k PVSLISHBB »VB*T «U ST TIIOS. DOHVLIXG. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, &c. v£3T TwoC-llaraa rear, if f*id.T,5'^"nd fifty cflntt. ftomiho date of«abscriptlon two ,d1oU*Jl"2i bedelayed if paid within the X««-«h^,dX^clSrtPt till the year expires, three dollar. w'U paperf, one year, in one peraon'a name. Cft,u^nption "°l??*7 ,e',.frB„ continued THE EXPRESS. THO.DOWI.IVO, Kdttor. TJERRE-HAUTB, IA. ^WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 1, 1843. Bankrupt Law Repeal. The Hotue of Representatives, on the 16th, decided the fate of the Bankrupt Law, nnd the bill for its repeal passed by o, voto of 140 to 71. A clause is inserted, however, providing that this repeal shall not extend to or affect any case which at the time this act goes into effect shall lc pending before any court, nor to any proceeding which at said time shall have been legally commenced, shaft WTtheJi la prof/am^ tmdenmMiy virtue of the act hereby repealed." The members from this State, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 February 1843

MM ft** THETEXPRESS. THO. POWI.1NO, Editor. ij terb^haute, IA. 1 s\VED?fESDAY MORNING, FEB. 1, 1843. U. 8. Senator. The Legislature of Indiana, on joint vote of both HOUSES, 'elected ED*FLFKN A. HJLXVEOJLX, Esq. of Fountain county, a Senator of the United States, on Tuesday week. The Convention had six trial*, on the lastof which Mr. H. received 76 votes, being a majority of the Whplp number (150.) ^Tho fol lowing is the result: {& 1st 2d 0. H. Smith, .' 72 75 T. A. Howard, 74 74 E. A. Hannegan, 3 I Wm. Hcndricka, 0 0 Jon.McUartv, 0 0, Jos. G. Marshall,.J- 1 0" 3d 73 73 3 4th 73 73 5th 70 73 03-That quarrelaonrt and splenetic old soul, Mr. J. Ewriro, occupies a column and a quarter of tho last Courier in abusing us, because wo exposed his snarling at the Wabash and Erie Canal, some time in December. Wc desire no controversy with him who delights to quarrel with every body but if we are constrained to notice his miserable prevarication about this Canal mnttcr, it will not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 February 1843

5*. times consequent on the final triumph of the measures we advocate, the tide of emigration witl again set in, bearing down in its onward flow, every barrier, until the million^ of acres of the public lands shall be teeming with people and the face of the great West shall ibe studded over with towns and cities. W nai a vest sum will it not furnish, in tim to assist us in discharging a debt,wm many long years would otherwise us—paralyzing our energies and har Its opponents denounce the cause Lhev sar it tvl" general eoveri hnbe and corrupt the people." 'This argument is an lnsaU, and those whogive it utterance will be taught by the people that they know well how to appreciate an objection which carries on its face a distrust of their virtue and intelligence What! are not the States capable of taking care of their own money This is strange doctrine to emanate from those who claim to be the true democrats of the land At the extra session of Congress a distribution act again passed—re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 February 1843

II is®:"' raoa TUB runADUtmrx KTKITIVO tovnsju. THE PRESIDENTIAL CONTEST-NUMEROUS' CANDW.^TES—NEW ERA—OLD PAFTY LINES, BEGIX TO FADE-PERSONAL PRETENCES— MILITARY QUALIFICATIONS. Every hour increases the bustle of the Presidential election. On air&ide&thereisastir and commotion of more than common interest. Candidates flock fr6m all quarters. General Cass arrires from France .and is greeted with a welcome that rings through the land. Mr. Calhoun is starting at the South, armed cap-a-pie for the contest. Mr. Van Buren is buckling on his armor at the Jforth* Mr. Clay has long since taken the field in the West, and his friends beat up for recruits in all quarters, from Maine to Louisiana. Gen. Scott's drum echoes, from the mountain top9 to the seashore. Mr. Buchanan,too, isiu the field, backed by the hardy legions of old I*fenn•ylrania democrats. And the veteran of the Thames, too,, he who killed Tecumseh he also rears aloft a gallant banner. And, following in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 8 February 1843

imm. a Urn *c I fvttlinn mtT **it it JTHOS. BOWLING. E S $F S S I I O N & rr Two Dollars a rear, if pakl from the dath of subscription two dollw and fi 7. tf paid within ihe year, ^/hoald wyment b^del»r~ re a re pi re re E a 1 1 1 O" Five Dallam, in aAxonce, will be «**'^'^jenrf papers, one year, directed to the same office, ana In one person's name. lh 1C3T ADVERTISEMBNT^J^y^jQ ^S^onpareii^) onedotlar a square (H lines w»« weekly•ndconttaued at25 cenu£ advertisements must O*T(R number ^'^^when handed in otherwise be marked on ths mantuc J^ered out (by notice oral or they will b«' "rt.nd charged accordingly. written l°^e to advertise by the year or half U" the express. THO. DOWL1HO, Editor, TERRE-HAUtE,lA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 8, 1843. 'ton Tax WABASH ZXFJIISS. The Mavy and the West. 4 Mr. Editor.- In the January number of the Southern Literary Messenger, is an interesting article entitled the "Nary and the West" to which the Editor of the Messenger, invites the atten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 8 February 1843

THE EXPRESS. THO. DOWW"®I Editor. TEHBE-HAUTE, IA.J: DNESD AY MORNING, FEB. 8. 1843. BETTER FROM THE EDITOR. INDIANAPOLIS, FEB. 6, \843* 'Sn' the Times says of him, as a "sortoflshmalite his hand being against every man. I have beared a dozen Senators regret the abscnce of tho amiable and gentlemanly CARNAN, of Knox, beaten by Mr. EWINO, with the aid of tho loco foco party,) last August. There is certainly a great fulling off in the respect entertained for Knox Senators. Mr. MCGAUQHEY replied to the Specch—if it could be so called—of Mr. E., in the course of which he reviewed the conduct of the old gentleman during the present session, which he declared to be any thing else than honorable to the Senate. It was he said, from begining to end, a course of personal vituperation-—an effort to wyenge himself on those who happened to tbifk that the Knox Senator is not one of the greatest incn of the age. "When I hear tbafpenator abuse those who fall under his displeasure," said Mr. MCGAUGH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 8 February 1843

ir 111 itsai-rs-eHi&z, *BOX TUB MOMTIITO POST. r-ij* A REFRESAING MESSAGE. Tho democratic Governor of Massachusetts, is almost tho onlj^ Governor we know, whose communications it is-4 pleasure to read. When one Lakes ihtfm up, he is not compelled, as in many ease*, to prepare himself for a regular bore in the shrpe of statistical tables, common-place scr.tirncnts, lukewarm democracy, half-way whigism, silly gestions, and bad reasoning. Governor A a democrat at heart, and a fearless .one, e*P without reserve his sincere conviction, an.. rificing upon the alter of political "P®"vVc eould fixed and immutable almost wish that we lived in ghould'say sake of the dcl««ht Row nobly that we eave our vote for in" 1 S 1 F..hcr ha« boontifnllj .„p- plied every thing which can contribute to,the comfort and happiness of the great human family, the short-sightwf selfishness of his ungrateful and erring children, has so appropriated his bounties and abused his blessings, as to oppress o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 8 February 1843

mmm TREATS' OF WASHINGTON. This Treaty was the result of a Special ^Mission sent by ESOLAITD STATES fication of the difficulties subsisting between the two'Goverrrienrs was an object of sufficient magnitude to justify such a measure. •'& A similar measure, to be adopted on the part of the United States, was seriously contemplated by Congress in the year 1839, and was indeed, practically 8nd strongly recommended by.Congieiw to the Administration at that time, by the decisive mode of making an appropriation tb meet its expense. The act of the 3d of Mprch of that year provided th%t "the sum of eighteen thousand dollars te, "and thesamsli hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the outfit and salary of a Special Minister to Great Britain: Provided The Presidents of the United State* shall deem it expedient to appoint the same." Our readers will remember that at that time a good deal of excitement existed on thesubject of the Nort...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 15 February 1843

2f*. u: X" 7 rtfttiim imr win it THOS. DOWLING. '^TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION, Ac. Cr Two »9lUn a rear, If paid within three roohUi# ^4' from the date of iabscrfption two doltwi and fifty 3 if paid wiihla the year, and should payment bedelayea ... till the year expire*', three dollar* will be charged 13T Five Dollars, in advance, papera, IP •fc will be received Jtortn^e one year, directed to the same office, and ordered in In one person's name. ,i. rj- No subcripUon taken for less than si* a failure to notify a discontinuance at the enf ••'•s subscribed for will be considered as a n«w 1C3T ADVERTISEMENTS will be onedollar a square (14 lines andMnlirujed at 23 cents ^fJS^JVerUseraents must K.5^ nu.Uber 1^f!rt^when handed in otherwise be marked on the manuscript, wneu ti(.B _, they will be continaed till .?* 6 written tatfic ediioO«od ur ,uf J+mT or half rm Thniii whn ttijh to watemn of He saw thee gleaming through the storm Of conflict, waring o'er its cloud, And hail'd thee victor of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 15 February 1843

•w THE EXPRESS. THO. DOWLISG, Editor. TERRE-HAUTE, IA. FEB. 15, 1843. Yfabash & Erie Canal. We ha*e the pleasure, this week, of laying be fore our readers the LAW of the late session of the Legislsture, providing for the continuation and completion of tho Wabash and Eric Canal to Terre Haute. It is known that a serious effort was made to arrest the further letting* on the work below the town of Lodi, in Pnrke county, principally on the ground that the Scrip would depreciate to such an extent as to preclude the contractors from continuing their job* above that point. Though we have always believed that that argument was founded in error, yet it was honestly en!ertained,we have n6 doubt, and hence the necessity of.rclieving those who thought so from any apprehension which might grow out of that reflection. The bill lately adopted, by postering the issue of any more Scrip for six months (except it be a very small amount) must effectually allay all apprehensions of that kind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 15 February 1843

fcv* 1 rhs case undergoing an examination befdrfc the Mayor of New*York, tff which we referred in our paper of yesterday, is somewhat curious in its details, and appears to have created no little excitement in the public mind. note of '"me origin of He aifficullr alledged to -be a forgery, as also Bn application for actvorce, are involved in the investigation. Mr. Prescott Hall is engaged as c0""sl' It is understood tha Mr. Ha1qj.3 bl »»e'" Mf and Mn. Miller, appear, from ihe affidavit of the latter, to have been the attempt on his rort to collect the note of 820,000, above referred to, which she declares to be a forgery. The note purports to have been drawn in favor of Mr. Miller and wife, by one Lemuel Wells, now deceased. Mrs. Miller states in her affidavit dated 28th February, 1842, that her husband pretends that the note was drawn by the said deceased in his lifetime, in her presence, but she expressly and unequivocally states, that she never did see the said deceased draw anv ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 15 February 1843

BP jjy COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE WITH CHINA AND THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. if The following is a copy of the Report made on Tuesday by Mr. Aiums,from the Committee on Foreign Relation^ harmonizing.- in its spirit, as far J^SSs. as we have observed, with the general opinion of the press, and of commercial men, on the subject to 1which it relates 1|-'' The Committee on Foreign Affairs, to whom tras referred the menage of the President of the U--1' nitcd States of December 30, 1812, concerning the present condition of the relations, commercial and political, of the United States with the Sandwich Wands and with the Chinese Empire, and recommending to the consideration of Congress the expediency of adopting measures Tor cultivating and improving those relations, respectfully report: That, concurring in the views of the President, as expressed in tho message, with regard to the intercourse with those remote regions, suited to the beat interests of the United States, and adapted to tho promotion ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 22 February 1843

9M Jt muiRisimr win .o^HOS. DOWNING n:fRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION on dee. tl- Two Dollar, a rear, if paid wtthlnid"** from the date of auhfcrlption two dolUrs and fi 7.enuj If ttlA withinthe year.and sheeM^",?^ 7 tllltht rear expire*, three dollar* will beetowjj" three OT frite Doha™ in ^^'ffirfered one year, directed to the «am« offlce, In ons prison's name. than «ix months. A pTNo sobcnpUon ^^Tend of the time Jf^nnJjdered as anew eneagemeat. be inserted thrice at «n^rt|aM fljr idTen|i«inenUman the mannscrlpt, when handed In otherwise S^Hbe"UmlSft till ordered out fby notice oral or written »the edfwO charged accordingly•3TP Th« »ho wish to advertise by the year or half «ni be charted In sceonlance with the prices eetab(Swd br Printer's Association. jy Loaar* on business must com* paid. OESEKAL LAND OFFICE. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE Commissioner ofGcn.Lmd OflScc, TRANSMITTED TO C050BBSS, And referred lo the Committe on Public Lands, GESEBAL LAND OFFICE, \r-.cr-.. DECEMBER 1, 1812. SIR I hare t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 22 February 1843

THE EXPRESS. TffO- DOWLIN6, Editor. gKRE-HAUTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 22, 1843. General JLmid Ollicc. \Vo publish on our first page the Report of Col. Taos. H. BLAKB, Commissioner of the Land Office, exhibiting the operations of that branch of the Treasury Department, during the past year. The. document is a long one, embracing 88 pages, and contains much statistical information, with tabular statements, which it is out of our power to give to the reader. That portion of the Report, now published, will be roa 1 with interest, not only on account of its own merits, but becau-sc it relates to the Land System, a subjcct always looked to by Western Settlers with great anxiety. We are gratified to add, that Col. B. is conducting the affairs of his office in a manner altogether satisfactory to the country, and with that regard to the general interest which he has ever manifested in public life. His numerous personal friends in this State will lie glad to learn that the trust confide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 22 February 1843

mr* REPORT FROM THE PATENT OFFICE. The following letter from the Commissioner of Patents to the Chairman oflhe Committee on Patents, explanatory of the Annual Report of the Patent Office, Tend at tne Clerk's table of the House of Represent** tives on the question of printing an PATEITT OFFICE, DEAR SIB forward to the Speaker my annual report, and beg leave to remak (hat1 .. 8 the year past, taken much pa'n»\oc?llect facts and statistics, which I CSll?nJ!i hope wilt be inter- end the surplus, with the cause of failure ing surplus by diversion of labor or exporta tion. 4th. The present value of American produce in foreign markets, with price of freights, &.C. 5lh. The tariffs ol foreign nations on our agricultural products. 6th. The ability of this country to compete with continental Europe in the British market. 7th. The Colonial tariff of Canada. 8th. The admission of American produce into England, via Canada, at Colonial duties, especially the operation of the duty on w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 22 February 1843

a :. JUMATA IRON STORE. A. McGREGOB HASHEAVY constantly on hand a general assortment of HARDWARE, NAILS, CA8TINGS, juniataBar Iron, round, flat, and square, of all Anvils, Vices, Belldwae*, and Screw Plates, English and American lister, Germon, Crowley, Smith's Tools, [and Cast STEEL Mill and cross-cut Saw Files, Hollow Ware, assorted, Nails, cut and wrought, assorted, ,f Spades and Shovels, Smoothing Irons and Tailor"* Oeese. Fruit Kettles, Drawing and Halter Chains, Collins', Williams and Cassat's A xcs, Plough Plates, Evans' Augers, Cross-Cut and Mill Sows, Gate and barn-door Hinges, Bcythes and Sickles, Butts and Screws,' AH of which will be sold low, for cash, either at wholesale or.retail. N. B. Country Blacksmith's are invited to calL They may rest assured I will sell at rcduccd prices. Store on the National Road. Dee. 28-1-tf By the President of the United Stales. IN pursuance of law, I, JOHN TYLEll, Prcsi dent of the Unifetl Slates of America, do here by dcclare and make kn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 March 1843

J&. PVBLURBO imr WSBK BY O S O W I I N E S O S S I I O N A Or Two Dollars a rear, it jxtfd within thrw from Uif d&u of subscription two dollar* and Mr cjojjr if paw Wtb In the year, and «houldp»ymentb« delay UllthAAr expirWt three dollar* will be ST. LtoU.™.n advance, wilt wwlm you, directed to the suns office, and orfsrsa in one Rison's amine. .1, numths. A T3T No sobcripltan taken for lew six the time failure to notify discontinuance eiuagement. subscribed for will be inserted tluice at nr ADVERTISEMENTS will J",j oneaollara square(14 line, and continued at 25 cents idrertiaemenu mult r^T The number of handed in otherwi»e bi marked on the roanu*cn /w ootice ml or they will be wntinufd UU ""rT Ttai.'wh^"b«S advertUe by the year or half ri^in^Th^odioa^o^w^U,e pricese^ab- CT ^ten"nlw'aeai most come paid. MB. GBISWOLD'S ADDRESS. TSUIIE-HAUTE. FEB. 3n. 1843. Slr The undersigned, a Committee on behalf of the "Terre-Haute Moot Court," having listened with deep inl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 March 1843

yr-w .t-Wr*.3 ^RHE EXPRESS. THO.DOWL15G, Kditor. T^IlftE-HAUTE, IA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1843. DriimFccl«ftias(ic War. No duty can be more painful to perform than the defence of Tine's self from tho unjust and uncharitable aspersions of those who seek to avenge fancied wrongs" by a public arraignment of motives. With an editor, this pain is by no means mitigated, for he is too often made the mere target at which the shafts of the malignant are burled, with the hope of reaching those beyond him, or, it may be, those whom an assailant may deem it prudent to attack only through such means.— Stratagem, it is said, has won more fields than courage, and we shall be content to let our readers decide how far that part of the Drum-Ecclesiastic War of the very learned and Reverend "R. B. C." shall avail him. It may be proper to advert to the "head and front of our offence," and which has brought down upon us the cudgels of the English Churchmen, with three initials. In our paper, of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 March 1843

At TMOX TH* PHN.AOXT.RMA *VK3ri*0 A DEGENERACY OF THE TIMES-SOT UNQUALIFIED WITH GOOD. We are accustomed to the iterated ana rei erated cry of the degeneracy of the age ana •ad and sooth to Bay, as to our i®""1"1® times and country, it ia sornc l?1,"8 the thread-bare tale and as theG^S°ha7u,"forgetting that in their time mfn fell, whence came "em and all our WWchave, it is true, visited upon our own beads more than the calamities of war by a lone period of peacc and prosperity. Indeed the stagnant atmosphere of social and political life seem to have engeered pestilence of crime and meteors of passion of which the Ibunder-gusts of war serve to purify it. A stimulated condition of trade unsettled the relations of creditor and debtor, until bankrupt and stay laws were resorted to, to adjust balances and as everything with us has conic to be right which is legal, the dis- honesty of the multitude has found shelter,' The banking system of the United States, as well by its inflations, who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 March 1843

.• OK, KEALLVi fl^^HCO^AEED WITH 25 OB 1|rg mo* that these Pills of Peters are cminentiy the best vegetable anti-billious Pills •muse we can also prove this and from it will not depart, ""d J004 not know itl A cloud of witaewes are before you and the world, too numefoaJ—too intelligent—resistless, speaking what TJI«y do know, and testifying what they have seen and experienced. Without exception, in any age or country, no medicine has spread with such rapidity and given such universal satisfaction—they are in general use throughout the American continent and elsewhere-^and their resistless power and innocence proclaim them one of the happiest ^is coverics of modern days, and an inestimable pub lie blessing. 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 filled with their praise. The palace and poor house alike echo with their virtues —in all climates, under all tempe...

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