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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 March 1848

.fttsw* J&Q \m* .' i--$ •, ,' -.-. yi WHOLE NO. 323. D1TID S. DAIVILDSO^, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION J* ADVANCE 82 00 W ithi* THB Ys*n 2 50 AT THK KMD OP THS YBAR ...3(A TERMS OP ADVERTISING OXS SUCASS THSEB WEEKS 00 EACH ADUITIOKAL IXSBBTIOX PER SQ.CABB.... •O {Cr Liberal dsdacilons fur longer time and greater space. S E E S A I I N O N ON THB FINANCES. DELIVERED 1ST THK HOUSE OP nKPnKSKKlPAtlVlJ^ FKBiiUAnT, 8. 1848. On motion of Mr. Vinton, the tlot)*6 resolved ii«flf inm Committee of the Whole on the stale of the Union, (Mr. Botts in the chair.) Mr. Vinton mo*ed lint the committee proceed to the consideration of the bill to bit thorite a loan not to exceed the sum of eighteen millions five hundred thousand dollars. This motion wag agreed to and the bill having h-en read— Mr. Vi mon movpil to strike out the words 818 500.000. Hud substitute therefor the sum of 816,000.000. Mr. Vinfon said At ihe commencement of the last session of Congress, when il wo...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 March 1848

W Ve h?r $V« fcJJ 'THE EXPRESS. E E A E Wednesday Morning, March 1,1848. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Smalorlnl EUctor". JOSEPH O. MAKPHALl., of Jeffers.u. GODLOVF. H. ORTH, of Tippecanoe. District RIecfors. 1st District—JOHH Prrcnaa, OF Posev 2.1 3d 4th 6th 6(h 7th' 9th 9th lOih JOH* S. DAVIS, of F\ny*. MILTON OlUS, OF L)*»rb»rn. DAVIO P. Hoi.LOWAY, of Wayne. THOMAS D. WALPOLR. of Hancock. T.ovai. H. ROUMSAC. of GfWn». KDWASD W. MCGACOHST, of Parka. JAMB* F. Frit, of Clinton. DANIEL D. PRATT, OF Caw. DAVID KILOOHR, of Delaware. The PROSPECT of PEACE. On Saturday last we published an extra upon this aulject, and to-day we give all the extracts which we have since received up to the time of going to press. Wo think the news is authentic, and that the whole country will hail with di-light. the re-ippearanee of peace with Mexico, connected a* it is, with the well being and commercial prosperity of our own countrj. Too lone has the land been afflicted with this scourse that oueht to have been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 March 1848

& iiPPISPPS^i r«j Mexican IV'ews. From iur latest exchanges we extract the fallowing items from the late arrivals from Mexico. Tamaulipcts.—The Almosfcra, at San Luis Poinsi, of the 26th January, stales that the Governor of Tamaulipas, D. Francisco Vital Fernandez, has solicited the protection of the Government at Washington, in hi? plan of annexing that State to the United States of the North, DEATH OF SIR:—A MAJOR WEBSTER.*-We regret to hear of the death, at San Angel, of Major Edward Webster, of the Massachusetts Regiment ot Volunteers. He was the youngest son of the Hon. Daniel Webster. He left hi* native State a year since as the senior Captain in the RegiftiBiit, and was subsequently chosen to dlie post which he held at the time of his .death. He dtd more than nny other man towards the organization of the Regiment, and was eminently popular. His death will carry a pang to many a heart. MORE RUMORS.-The Jay says it has good authority lor stating that an express from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 March 1848

tove and Lnngour-A Scenc in a Tlicatre. The Npw Orleans Delta hag a "City Itemizer," who tell* stories very piquancy. Take the following, for example He entitles it "Love and JLangour: or a raene in the Theatre:" fn love all—but his daughter. His daughter! She was sitting by his side with the bloom of spring upon her cheek", wlnl-t her father looked like hoary winter. She was beautiful and she was in love. Her dark brown hair was evenly parted on her alabaster forehead her eyea blue as heaven's own sky, looked bright, but humid, as though she wept but dare not reveai her tears. Her lips looked—ves, almost smelt like young spring roses—and, as she opened those crimson portalw to sigh, her teeth glistened like pearls. The gentlv-heavin^ bosom told that Cupid's arrow was factened in her heart, and lhat the barb had penetrated so deep, that nothing bui a golden ring and the sanction of th« priest could take it out. In her lilv-white hand she held a boquet of the fairest flowers, but som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 8 March 1848

WHOLE NO. 324. DAVID S. DANAHS03T, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION Is 'WITMW THB YBAR ..,.,.350 AT TII* BUD or THB YEAR 3 W TERMS OP ADVERTISINGOXE ^ACARG TMHBB WKSK* W EACH ADPITJOKAL $j- IwaaaricK M»-S4CARE.... ?& Liberal deductions for longer time and tpace. gretier From the Indiana Sute Journal. Presentation of the Flags of the Socond and Thiirt Regiments. The cercmony of presenting and accepting ihc Flags of the Second and Third Regiments of the Indiana Volunteers look place before a numerous auditory, in the Representatives' 1I»11, on Saturday, the 12th of February, 1848, 'J'he Flag of the Second Regiment was preaentcd by Hon. John 8. l)avia, who remarked MR. PRISMnBS'T:—I am chatged by the Spencer tJreys with the hi«h duty of presenting thin honored' and tattered banner, through you, to the yule of Indiana. Kir, in looking upon this Flag, nnd in the performance of the duly of presenting it, associations crowd upon rny mind, lending much to embarra-.a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 8 March 1848

THE EXPRESS. E E A E Wednesday Morning, March 8,1848. r^»V— WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Senatorial Kleetors. JOSEPH G. MAR?HALL, of Jeff»rs»Q. GODLOVE 8. ORTH, of Tippecanoe. District F. lectors. 15I District—Joiiw PITCHES, of POM*. tA JOHK S. DAVIS, of PI*r*. 3'L MILTOW GRCOO, of DEARBORN. 4TH DAVID P. HOLLOWAY, of W»yn«. KH THOXAS D. W*troi.«. of Huncock. •th t.ovsi. H. ROOSSSAC. of Gr«»n«. 7IK EBWAHO W. MCGADOHCT,of Parke. SU» JAKKS P. PriT. of Clinton. 9IH DA!«I«L D. P*AVT. of Csss. JOTH DAVID Kaoons, of Del* war*. Parly Appellations. The terms whig and lory, first arose in Eagtsnd, and the first v»o* applied to those who op­ posed the reign* of the Fitat ind Second Charles. (11 the conleata between the King and hia people, the Whigs took the aide of popular rights and liiical freedom, while their opponent*, who were called Tories, upheld the crown and in prerogotivea. The King claimed the right to levy tares and rslse armies, govern the country, See., without the consent of the peop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 8 March 1848

The Articles and Provisions of Hie Treaty with Mexico* The N. Y. Herald, if a late date contains the following important telegraphic despatch from Washington: WASHINGTON, Feb, 24, 1848. I have already given you the main features of the treaty. I now proceed to give you a synopsis of it article by arti­ cle. Senors Cuevas, Couto and Atristan are appointed Commissioners on the part of ihe Mexican government, to adjust with the comnissoner of the United States, JVlr. Trist, a lasting treaty of peace. Article second, provides for the present suspension of hostilities between the forces of the two nations. Article 3d defines the future boundary between the two republics. The line is to commence in the Gulf of Mexico, three leagues from land, to run up the middle of the Rio Grande to its intersection with the southern boundary of New Mexico thence north until it intersects the first branch of the Gila thence with the middle of that branch of the river to the Colorado thence it follows the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 8 March 1848

.• •. n*v 1 OF t, Interesting scicntific Intelligence. DEVELOPMENTS or THE ADULTERATION TS ARFISEWWHICH MEDICINE.—rrom a printed circular Stringent laws, rigidly enforced, should at once be applied to the removal of this monstrous evil. A CUTMSTMA* TALIS.— While the lti»t jrenrrn(ion was flourishing, tin-re dwelt in wlmt in mnv famous city not mile from Hostun nn opulent widow Intlv, who onoo afforded a queer mnnilWt.ttion of thnt old compound of incompntilde, called "hummi nature." It WAS N Christmna PVP WHS bsr 1U. Truilees of tlie Colkgeof Ph.r-|»^^5^ Vll»SS!^u™STOKT macy, New York, the following passages Blue Pill is imported, containing a percentage of mercury from ten down to seven and a half, mixed wiili blue clay and Prussian blue, to give the proper design and color. Two imporiaiions of this kind from the manufactory of William Bailey, of Wolverhampton, have already been exposed the firsl in 1845. and the other recently. lis composition, according to the analysis of our Pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 15 March 1848

1-4 WHOLE NO. 325. DAVID S. DAIVA1DSOS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION (2 00 2 60 3 00 Ik Advakcs.. WlTHIM THK YB*B AT THK MD OP TUB YK*S.... TERMS OP ADVERTISING: Oxs SacAHs Thbbb Wiim.. ..tl on Each Additional Inssstw* pb* Scicarb "S 53r Liberal deductions for longer lime *nd greater •pace. FUNERAL HONORS TO MR. ADAMS. A Sketch of liis I-ift* and Services. ELOQUENT EULOGIES IN CONGRESS. The death of Ex-President Adams has created a profound sensation in every direction. and the funeral ceremonies in honor to his 'memory, will be on an extensive scale, and be participated in by all parties. The President has directed all manner of respect to be paid to Mr. Adams. The following order was issued in handbill on Thursday morning Inconsequence of instructions, all the executive offices have been closed, and every department lias been draped in mourning: Bv TUP PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. pleased Divine Providence to call it and patriotic citiz-n. John It has hence greB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 15 March 1848

,1t*. i- 3 IJPIHHJ .i i.ipu»»i*iMI)H)JII mu-ipmui #1. THE EXPRESS. E E A E Wednesday Morning, March 15,1848. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Srnntorlnl ICl«clor«. JOSEPH G. MAR-'HALI., of Jeffer««n. GODLOVE 8. OKTH, of Tippecanoe, lW»riet Kleetora. IN Dintrict—JOHW PITCHKR, of Po*er. ^•1 JOH* S. DAVIS, of Fl yd. 3d 4th Silt 6th 7ih «Hh 9ih 10lh MILTOK ORBOG, of Dearborn. DAVID P. HOLLOWAY, of Wayn». THOMAS P. IVALPOIJE, of Hancock. I.OVBU H. ROB**BAU. of Green#-. KNWARTI W. MCGACJH*T, of Parke. JAMB* F. friT, of Clinton. ruwtia D. PRATT. Caw. DAVID KILOORK, of Delaware. 1*1 r. Senator Henry. shnpe what had been written, Mr. Senat"r Henry 'had the-rashness to pulilish in the last (/ourier, a reply to our article of 29th ult, in which we ar- rsigncd hi* course in •eastern railroofl. We propone to notice Mr. Hen- •ry's efTrt hn*111v, although by so Joins, we may ss&sns have a ii which Mr. II. quotes from our 'built. This is not the first time this a ly liable for tho debts of the co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 15 March 1848

E*a A Cmndid Confession of Rascality. The following degraded confession we fintljn a letter dated"'Albuquerque, New Mexico,' published in the Newburyport Herald. The writer is one of that numerous class of traders who follow our army with the patriotic intention of ministering to the wants of the soldiery. '•Our stock was not intended .for the Mexican market, but for the troops, and consisted of a little of everything, chiefly ready made clothing, groceries and liquors, such a* brandy, gin, whiskey, $*c. The last articles sound harsh to you I suppose. but when you consider that whiskey, which in St. Louis costs 19 cents per gallon, is worth here six dollars for the same quantity, you perceive the temptation to deal in the article is very great, besides a •conscientious man like myself can so manage that but little harm is done from its use, "because we generally mix one gallon of •water with evety one of whiskey! I really think his is doing much, veiy much toward preventing tl.e had...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 15 March 1848

Death from Chloroform. In consequence of (he anxiety maqifVateri by the public to learn something defin- ite in wwuim to thecaaeof death resulting from the inhalation of Chloroform, which roccurred in this city on the 23d inst., it is proper to submit the following statement:— The tinder*i|jnpd made very careful 0 a Mr*. Manna U. Simmon*, WHO inr..frs». Tlie llallle nnil (Jiiadruprd. The following singular case is said to have occurred a short time ago in a Bailie Court not above a hundred miles from Modern Athens:—-A servant girl having occasion to summon her mistress for nonpayment of wages, the presiding magistrate, who had but recently been invested with judicial power and dignity, after attentively hearing the girl's plain unvarnished tale, called upon the lady for her defence which was in substance nearly as follows:—"My Lord, owing to ihe inexcusable negligence of this girl I have sustained a serious loss to her care was entrusted a favorite squirrel,on which I put great valu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 22 March 1848

WHOLE NO. 326. DAVID S. DAIV1LDSOX, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION !N ADVAKCS & 00 WITHIM THE YEAR AT THK BWD OF THB YBAR 2 50 3 00 TERMS OP ADVERTISING Ox* SFTCARS THKEE WEBKSI 00 EACH ADDITIONAL IWSKSTIO* PER SACARS.... 55 53- Liberal deductions for longer lime and greater •pace. S E E O W O S O N O I a a ^SELIVEHED IX TBI HOCSE OP HEPKESBSTATITF.F, MARCH 2. The House being in Committee of the "Wholeon lhe state of the Union, (Mr. HUKT In the chair.) and having under consideration the bill to provide for deficiencies in the appropriation* (or the current fiscal jear— Mr. THOMPSON, of Indiana, said that nothing WHS further from his wish or design than to make a speech pending the consideration of this bill nor should he now do so, were it not rendered necessary by what was said on yesterday by the gentleman frorr\ Maryland, (Mr. McLane.) That gentleman's remarks had so direct a reference to him {Mr. T.) that if he passed them by without notice it might be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 22 March 1848

!If#I THE EXPRESS. E E A E Wednesday Morning, March 22,1848. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Rennfortnl Klectors. JOSEPH G. MARSHALL, of J«ffer*»n. GODLOVE 8. OETH, of Tippecanoe. District F.leclors. Hi District—Jon* PITCHM, of PN*ey. 3.1 4th fith 6th 7th 9th 9th lOih JOHN S. DAVI*, of Floyd. MtLTrtK G**oo. of Dearbwn. JUvio P. Hou.ow*v, of Wsyn*. THOMS* D. WAIPOLS, of Hancock. I.OVKL H. Roo** AO. of Green*. EOWAKD W. MCGACOHDT, of Parke. JAMKS K. SrrT. »f Clinton. Papist. P. PSATT, of Caw. DAVID KILOOKE, of Delaware. The TREATY with MEXICO. On Frsday last, the first news of the ratification of tho peace treaty by the L. 8. Senate, orrived at this place, as then rejiortcd, by a vote of 38 to 15. Later news gives the following as the correct vote upon that important subject:— ATE*-Ashley, Athcrton, Bagby, Bell, Bradbury, Diiglil, Butler, Calhoun, Cameron, Unss, Clarke Crittenden, Davit of Mas*., Davis of Mi**.. DayInn, Dickison, Dix.Downe*. Fetch,Foote, Greene, HALE, Hannegan, Hunter. Johnson...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 22 March 1848

-m fndiaunpolfs and Bellcfontuinfe RAILROAD. Mr. Danaldson.—S'u-.—lsend you three* ar­ ticles on the subject of the Indianapolis and Bellefontaine Railroad, clipped from the Indmna State Sentinel. They were written by a gentleman well known in this i*iate, having filled with honor *to himwlf and credit to the country, one of the tno»t important stations within the gift of the Le­ gislature and these articles bear the impress of a mind trained to close investigation, and judicious array of the important facts bearing upon any question. I have myself been gratified to see a charter granted for this road, and esteem it a fortunate thing for the interior and middle-western Indiana, that the project has been gotten up under »uch favorable auspices. I regard the early completion of Ibis worls* as tving no longer problematical, and I think no one can fail to see its importance in, connexion with our own road from Indianapo­ lis to Terre-Haute. Our principal business is in New York and Bost...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 22 March 1848

ARRIVAL OF TUE BRIT AW XI A. Thirteen Days Later from Europe— Farther Decline in Breadstuff's—Improvement in Cotton— Arch bishop of Canterbury Dead—State of Affairs in Austria—Great Distress in Ireland. Boston, March 4—4 P. M. The Royal Mai! Sleamer Britannia was telegraphed at 11 A. M., and arrived in her berth at 3 o'clock. From the private correspondence of the New York Tribune and Philadelphia North American, and also from papers and circulars. I have condensed the following report of the markets and a general intelligence worth dispatching by telegraph. Liverpool, Feb. 12—12 M. Bread«tufFs have declined steadily since the sailing of the last sleamer, and quotations indicate a reduction of 1 shillineper brl on Flour. 3 shillings per qr. in Corn. The principal cause of this decline was the very greatly increased home supplies. Operations during the last week have been chiefly of a retail character. The duties will be resumed, agreeably to notice, on the 1st of March. The followin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 29 March 1848

JD.WIB S. lV\AMSO\, E I O A N O I E O TURMS OP SUBSCRIPTION JM ADVANCS TI 00 WITHIN THB YEAB 2 50 AT THK B.NU OK TUB YEAB 3 00 TERMS OP ADVERTISING ONE HIIVAHU THHKB WEEK* 11 00 HACK ADDITION A I. ISSBBTION PES .SHUARB.... ?5 {Qr Liberal deduction* for longer time and greater epar*. A BILL TO PROVIDE FOB THE IMPROVEMENT OF COM­ MON SCHOOLS. Constitution of this duty of the General Assembly, as soon a»! J"°Vdcd,for h"" circumstances will permit, to provide by law I""'18 fur a General System of Education, ascending in regular gradation from Township Schools, to a State University, wherein tuition *h»ll be gratis, and equally open to all AND WHEREAS, Also, in the opinion of this General Assemlby, the time has arrived when it is the imperious duty of the State, to execute the solemn trust by providing for free Common Schools, for all the children of this State Therefore, Section 1. lie it enacted, by the General Assembly of the Slate of Indiana, That there shall be annually assessed, co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 29 March 1848

THE EXPRESS, E Ft E AJU E Wednesday Morning, March 29,1848. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Senntorlnt Electors. JOSEPH Q. MARSHALL, of Jeffcrwn. GODLOVF. P. ORTI1, of Tippecanoe. District Klectors. In District—Jonn PITCHER, ad 3d 4th Slh 6ih 7lh of Posey. Jons S. PA 9ih vis, of Floyd. Mii.TO* GSEOO, of Dearborn. T),v.o P. HOW.OWAT. too much of the attention of a free people who wish to continue free. The basis upon which this bill is founded, itad it been passed into a men of expanded views, practical wisdom, and distinguished xeal, who spared no labor of study and investigation lo procure a law on this subject which should meet the wants of a great and growing people. A general law of this kind must and will bo made, and it is the duty of every citizen lo inform himself thoroughly on a subject which is destined speedily to become one of absorbing interest throughout the State, and which in all its bearings and tendencies is of •astly greater importance than all the meas­ ures of any other ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 29 March 1848

I From the State Journal. To the Friends of Education in the Suite of Indiana. You are probably apprised of the cxistfcncc of an associniion in the Stale of Ohio, denominated. "The Board of National Popular Education," whose object is, to •upply as far as it may be able, good female teachers of various grades of schoolsg to places where such schools may be wan^ led. It has already invited from the East, and sent to destitute places, sixty-seven teachers, namely:—to Illinois, 23 to Indiana, 18 to Iowa, 9 to Wisconsin, 6 td Michigan, 5, to Tennessee, 4, to Kentucky, 2 to Ohio, 1 and to North Carolina, J. It carries the teachers through a preparatory course at rfartford, Con., and sends them out semi- annually. It will be proposed to send out another class, about the 1st of Mav, next: and the under- County where the teacher is wanted. An association having been formed in Indiana for the purpose of aiding in finding places fi»r teachers, it is desired that the applications from this Sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 29 March 1848

KIccllotierriiiK Auecdoie. Dear ••Spirit."—Having from the. perusal of numerous stories irt your capilal Journal, passed away many a "guffawing" hour, I deem ii my duly to present the following, which I think is rather a"talP un.M No man is belter known within the precincts of ihe port of Liverpool than a certain respectable Druggist, yclept John 11. Mc(»utfie, which worthy individual once aspired to a seat in ihe Council of Chambers of the good old town, for the Ward of St. Paul, and, as is customary, published his address to the public in the papers of ihe day, and caused hand-bills of ihe same lo be posted on the walls.— The morning on which these hand-bills were out, a Mr. Coglan, an inveterate joker, and a particular friend of McG.'s rushed into the store with a flushed face, and grasping his hand, exclaimed, "My God! McGuflie, you've spoiled it all! do you know that there is a grammatical error in your election address?" "No!" broke from the lips of our friend. "Oh! dear no!" ...

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