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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 10 May 1848

if fci? .-a 'WMM WHOLE NO. 333. DAVID S. DA^ALDSOIV, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION I* ADVANCS S3 00 WlTKIX THS YSAR 2 50 AT TMS **O OR THE Y*AB 3 W TERMS OP ADVERTISING '0*B SFTCARS TUBES WESKS 00 :EACH ADDITIONAL I*»B»T!O* ess. SACARE.... CO {Cr Liberal deductions (or longer time End greater •pace. EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. By the Steamer Acadia. IRELAND. DUBLIN, April 5.—The pressure on the savings banks continue*, and even the Bank of Ireland is uneasy at the number of balances withdrawn. There is a lively demand for gold. Sales of Bank Stork were effected to-day at £180 and JC 185. The last price was JG191, which was on this day week, nothing being done in the interim. AGRICULTURAL PROSPECTS.—-SO far everything promises well. Where industry lias been expended ample reward* are in view. Even from poor depressed Mayo, the accounts for the past few days are •-cheering. Rifle clubs are in course of formation, and target shooting i* practiced extensive•ly in all the distu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 10 May 1848

1 1 4 TBI EXPRESS. E E A E Wednesday Morning, May 10,1848. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Nrnntnrinl Elfft(ir«. JOSEPH G. MABHHALL, of J*ffer*-n. GODLOVi P. OKTHt of Tippecanoe. District F.I teinrn. 1st District— Jut* PrrcH**, of Pnwr. 24 Jons S, IUvia, of Floyd. 3d MH.TOW Oi «oo, of Pearboro. 4lh TIAVIO P. MOI.LOWAT, of Wayne, nth THOMAS D. WALPOLB, of Hancock, fith I.OVF.L H. ROCSSKAU. of Greene. 7th F,nWA*n W.MCOACBH*T, of Parke. 9th JAMB# F. Prix, Clinton. 9ih Tiktttm. D. PRATT, of Caw. 10th DAVID KILOOEB, of Delaware. Cicn. Taylor'* ist Principles cleariy slated. On our first page we publish lale letter from f»en. Taylor to hi* brother-in-law, Capt Jf S. Allison, tn which we respectfully invite the political reader'* attention. I.ntter'y, a* the time* ap­ proach for the meeting of ihe two g-eat conven- tions which are to give nominations to the coun­ try for the highest office under the constitution, that has been done to (ien. Taylor, that he ha* made this unmistakable demonstraion, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 10 May 1848

I* -nJ lain A Telegraphic despatch to the St. Louis Repubr lican, from Philadelphia. of the dele of May 6ib, asys—"The Pennsylvania Bank has failed." From Pittsburgh, the Erie Bank ia reported broken We had a fine shower here last night, which will make the Wabash uavigsble. Jp# The Looistille Courier contains the following. We dont know bow Mr. Moonejr acquires the right togi*e awaj Irish land. Volunteer* for Ireland. Irishmen! the hour for your native coontry's redemption is come. I am authorized fay the New York Republicau Committee to offer the following BOW STIES. Fifty acres of best Irish land, for ever, to erery soldier. Seventy-fire acrcs of the same, to every Sergeant. One hundred acres, ditto to every commissioned officer, who shall immediately enroll and serve for the entire war in the 1st Brigade of 10,000 now getting ready to embark for Ireland. Attend at the Court House, this evening, and learn further particulars from THOMAS MOUNEY. Secretary in connexion with the Rep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 10 May 1848

i. lite Tin Rights of Libor. Libor? What a debt of gratitude, of gratitude unpaid and, I fear, too often unihotight of, does the handwriting on the Wall mark, up against us at the very menlion of the word Labor? What has it not eflected, what is it not constantly effecting for us! Labor ploughs and digs and tills and cultivates tiie ground, and sow* snd rcirps and gathers into barns, and grinds tire corn. Labor builds the ship and sails serosa the ocean, and penetrates the most distant climes, and encounters dangers and Cices diffieuliies. and ran-i sacks sea and land, to provide the food which we consume, and the clothes which we wear, and the jeweled ornaments which fashion calls fur as an offering on its shrine. Labor erects the house, cuts the railway and the canal, bores the tunnel, rears the viaduct and the bridge, levpis the mountain, pierces the rock. It weaves and spin*, toils and works, plies the loom, strikes the anvil, thnnders at ihe forge, wields the hammer, sinks the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 17 May 1848

4 mm*w mwt t#m n*(.am *m-«•»* ... s-fc« V' ^""Vj *-«SU "w l4-* •er 2 a -i •«!, •$ a^ .-*«•• r, .*« WHOLE NO. 334. DAVID S. DANALDSOY, EDITOR ANO PROPRIETOR-. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION 4* ADVAMCB #2 00 HVLTKW THS YlAft AT THS s*o OF THI Ym TBRM3 OP ADVBRTISrWO '0*» SaoAss THMB W««K»..... 00 BACK ADDITIOKAL IK«««TWII P«« SAOAM.... 55 5^- LilMrU deduction* for longer tlm» And greater *ptc«. MeMiive of the President Relative to Yucatnn. To the Senate un3 House of Representatives of Ike United States: 1 submit, for the consideration of Congress, several communications received at the Department of State, from Mr. Justo Sierra, commissioner of Yucatan, and also a communication from the Governor of rhat State, representing th« condition of extreme suffering to which their country has been reduced by an insurrection of the Indians within its limits, and asking the aid of the United Slates. The communications present a case of human suffering and misery which cannot •fail roe*cit« theympathies o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 17 May 1848

immi Slit TIIEEXPRESS. Ssstefer E E A E Wednesday Moraing, May 17,1848. WfltO ELECTORAL TICKET. lkMt«r(»l Elceltn. JOSEPH O. MARSHALL, of Jrifenw. OODLOVE 8. ORTH, of Tlppwauwe. District Klectora. lit District,—Jon* PITCH in. of Pose 2.1 3.1 4(hf fcth 6th 7th 9th 9th 10th Let every voter make up his judgment from the most reliable information wilhin his reach, and none need fear the result. We have put the terms of the Expreas so low, for the campaign, that it is within the reach of all "Who to tfllko any interest in the contest, and if they do not avail themselves of the opportunity lo read, investigate ami judge for themselves, the fault will IMI theirs—-not onr». Thoee feeling an interest in this proposition are reapeCtfuRy requested to Imu! it their aid. Bewide* employing the undivided time of the Editor, the Repress will have correspondent* of the highest talent of the country, and every exertion made te render it what it should be—a political paper of the first grade in the St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 17 May 1848

rs mM Arrival of the Steamer Britannia. 4 ?KS Seven Days Later from EnrQ|*fe. n„ Important from France—Attempt of ^firmed by the latest accounts. Rollin to overthrow the Provisional ''1nn Government—The War going on in Denmark—Frightful burning of a Village in Germany—The Italian move' menl successful against the Austrians —Chartist Organization in Scotland Continued Agitation in Ireland— JIU quiet in London—A Constitution for Austria Proclaimed. NEW YORK, May 8. The steamer Britannia reached Boston at twelve o'clock, noon, yesterday. The intelligence is of the highesi importance, and I send you, by telegraph, an abstract of it, made up. necestarily, hastily, and with many interruptions. In England and Scotland the movements of the Chartists continued, and almost every town in the two countries had field meeting* in favor of the Charter, in the week ending on the 22d. Resolutions in favor of petitioning the Queen to remove her present ministers had been adapted by the Convention, wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 17 May 1848

S' CXGLLSI1 AFFAIRS. Meeting ol'Communis*. bit Tlie Communist* of England held a f[real meeting at the Literary Institute, Jol.n street, on the 24th ult., to explain -their principled, expose the perversions t»f "The Time*" and other leading jonr- Hals. and to address the Provisional Govfcrnment of France on the subject. Rob--•«ri Owen was called to the chair, and *p«ke an hu#«r*in exposition and advocacy of,Comm«nisrn. lie was followed by A. Campbell, Lfoyd Jones, Bronterre O'Brien, and others in the same vcirt, and the meeting was only dissolved about midnight. Rberi Owen was chosen delegate to Franco, and immediately proceeded to Paris. where he had an interview with the Provisional Government, and presented the following Adtlrnw fo Hie Froncli Nafion. FRIENDS AXD FALLOW Mux—I con grat- ulate you on the attainment of a position Jiow in the history of nation* one that will enable ynu to accomplish more, for the population of the world than has ever been effected by any people, anc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 24 May 1848

-:t'M%y.pM\^t', Hh »n *%n *•, 5-,. qjpf "W afe* "-htfJium WHOLE NO. 335.! DAVID S. DAIYALDSOX, EDJTOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVAKCE FA WLTHIX THE AT 00 YEAS 5 50 TB* *X» OR RUT Y»A* 3 00 TERMS OF ADVERTISING OX* S«UABB THREE WMII »1 00 HACK AODITIOXAL I KM ANA* P*» S«.UARC ?5 &y~ Liberal deduction* far longer time and greater ic«. A Fearful Dream. Some ninety year* ago, there flourished in Glasgow a club of young men, which from the extreme profligacy of ils membe r» and the licentiousness of their orgies, was commonly called the IIcll Club.— .Besides their nightly or weekly meetings, they held one grand annual saturnalia, in which each tried to excel ilu other in tlrunkennessand blasphemy and on these occasions there was no star amongst them whose lurid light was more conspicuous than that of young Mr. Archbold B., who, endowed with brilliant talents and a handsome person, had held out great promise in his boyhood, and raised hopes which liad been com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 24 May 1848

THE EXPRESS. E E A E Wednesday Morning, May 24,1848. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Kfnntnrlnl Kleelor*. JOSEPH G. MXftftHAU., of leffe««». OODLOVE e. ORTH. of Tippeeanoa. Dlatrlet F. lector*. l*t District—Jonn PjTCHitu, of Pf***- 3d 4th 6th 6th 7th *h 9ih tOth JOIIM S. DAVIS, of Flo**'. MILTOK GIKM, of Iturlvwri. PAVIO P. Hoi.toWAY. oT Wayne. THOMAS t). WAIOI.S. of Hancock. LOTEL, H. R«IU»»»AC. of Greeiie. EnwAUB W. McOAnattav.ofVarfre. JAMBI F. Krir. «f Cliniou. DANIEL D. PBATT, OF Oaaa. DAVID KU-ooas, of Del*%*t*. The Approaching CanvsiM. TBK Xirini FOR TUK CAMPA)CX. On the 22J inirt. the democratic, and on the 7ih of June, the whig candidate will h« nominat.ii fur the Presidency. We pro|o*e to furniah the Exragas to readeT* or club*, Irorn the tat of June next, until i( ia known who may le elected {neatly six mnijlhn)—the Inst number to contain The coming eon eat wil ie t? j„ terrirt to all who take any notice of the affaira of. We have pot the terms of the fixprea* *0 low, for the camp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 24 May 1848

S* .THIRTIETH CONGRESS. FIRST 8ESSIOIV. Agrreooij IU IIUIIKC, ITH, and obtained lea*e to bring in a bill grant- te(j The Resolution calling on the President for in formation respecting the withheld norninations was taken up. Mr. Johnson resumed his remarks, and concluded his reply to Mr. D«*is' speech on th" constitutionality of the resolution. The subject was again, oo motion, laid aside informally. On motion, the Senate went into executive session. and soon afterwards adjourned. House, Mar 12. On motion, the bill was laid on the table. SENATE. May 15.—The consideration respecting the withheld nominations was resumed. Mr. Borland spoke at some length in opposition to the resolution. He considered it unconstitutional. The subject wss sgain laid aside, in formally and the Senate on motion, proceeded to the consideration of the Yucatan bill. Mr. Calhoun addressed the Senate at sorrie length, iu opposition to the bill, and all amendments. The Bill from the House for ventilating passeng...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 24 May 1848

Military orders China. _• The taleat advices from China betoken the probability of another to of war as the re­ mit of the late difficulties between the Chinese and the English. The naral and forces at Hongkong were under be ready for service, and rein­ forcements had been summoned from the East Indies. The "Friend of China," Fob. 24, says The measures which the British government will adopt are of course conjectural. A 'var, however, appears unn voidable, inasmuch as the Canton pruvince Mill be occupied by a British army—the treaty in all its integrity enforced—the people coerced—and security taken for the good faith of the Chinese for the future. Europeans are disabused of old erroneous ideas as to the strength of China. It is a vast, disjointed empire—and is at this moment at the mercy of the weakest maritime power of Europe. In the South the people are all but in open revolt and the presence of aforeignarmy would certainly be fallowed by insurrection. We have seen that Keying ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 May 1848

WHOLE NO. 336. DAVID S. DAIVALDSOIV, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION I* ADVAffCB *2 00 WlTKHt TUB YSJ.*.. 2 50 AT THK «*o OF THB Ybas 3 TERM3 OP ADVERTISING OK* SAUATT* TUNIS WBCK* E a in a Clic*ler County Bank Robbery— The Matainora* Arrest Expltiiiicd—Mysterious Dicippearanee of Hitchcock, the Drover, Accounted for. The following details are extraordinary, but not the less true. It will b«» rememb*red thatabhut a month ago, a Philadelphia paper published a statement that a man had been arrested at Matamoras, Mexico, upon a ^charge of robbing ihe Preaident of the Chester County Bunk, and that a targe amount of 'Cheater county notes wa» found about him— ihe statement made the sum 840.000. The 'police of Philadelphia, and the Bank of 'Cheater county, were fully aware of the facts of the arreat but it was not until now deemed proper to publish them, a* the whole •subject watr not, until late information, made 'intelligible. Some t'rme after the robbery wag advertised in T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 May 1848

I II |l 11 E E A E Wednesday Morning, May 31,1848. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKUT. Sennfortnl Elector*. JOSEPH G. MARfHAIX, of Jeff»nwn. GODLOVK f. ORTH, of Tlppeouioe. District Kleelors. 1st District—Joww TITCII*!, of Pwr. «M JOH* S. lUvts, of Fl«jri1. 3,1 Mti.fox Oiun, of IWfbwn. TLH JIAVIO P. HOM.OW*T, of Wsyne. Bill THOMAS D. WAWOLB. "f Hancock. 6th I.ovst, H. RmtssnAO. of Greene. 7th KPWAHD W.MCGACOH**,of Parke. Sth JA*BS F. fcir. "f Clinton. 9th DA HIM, D. PRATT, of Caw. JOlh DAVID KILOOBB. of Delaware. Tin CnnviiM Opcneil. Jl will IHJ noticed by lite proceeding of the Baltimore Convention, which arc inserted in another column, that the name of IEWIS CASH, (preacnt United States Senator from Michigan.) ia preperiled lo the country aa the democratic candidate for President, and that of WILLIAM O. BUII,Ell, of Kentucky, (at preacnt In Mexico in command of Gen. Scott's army,) ia offered on the rime ticket ns the candidate f"r 'he Vice Presidency. The difficulties which first prevailed in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 May 1848

mss. THIRTIETH CONGRESS.? FIRST SCSSIOW. Sen'ate, May IU.—'Hie Senate was called lo order al noon, and proceeded to the consideration of lho morning business. Mr. Dix. from the Committee on Co.itroerce. reported a bill to permit the Spanish stenmers to land passengers and mails at United States* ports without paying tonnage duties, which was read the third time and passed. Another bill was reported by the same gentleman, authmizin registers to be issued to the Spanish steamers, which was also passed. Mr. Atherton moved tn take up the bill making appropriations for the support of West Point Military Academy, which motion was agreed to. Mr. Bright offered an amendment to the "bill, which was agreed to. The bill for the admission of Wisconsin into the Union, was then taken up, and after some discussion, was read the third time and passed. On motion, the Senate proceeded to the consideration of private bills, several of which were passed. House, Mav 19.—The bill establish­ ing various c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 May 1848

1 Tlie Lite Dr. Geo. MLcClellan. thousand anecdotes ire related of the late eminent scholar, surgeon antl philanthropist, Dr. George McClrllan. Tire memory of his great talents and goodness lingers like a charm upon thepublic mind, and hardly a day passes that we do not hear some welcome mention of his virtues, coupled1 with a sincere regret that lie was not longer spared to the world. On one occasion he was called to perform a critical and painful operation tipon the mdther of his friend, the late Dr. K. a a a a a a -Well, (jeurge," .aid Ihe old Udv, "i"}' ... 1 will you come to-morrow? lM(|ire tnust go to New York—great ileal to do —how do you 'feel to day—must put this operation off 1 fear." "Oh, 1 am very thankful," said she, '•for I Jrt?ad it." "Pooh—it's nothing—work of a moment—no danger—let me sec the breast," (It was a cancer.) "No, George, no npxt week. "But I must examine it now, you know.'* ,,You won't hurl me? "Certainly not." ••Let me pray first." said the old lady imp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 June 1848

-.** -.- %«, 3 WHOLE NO. 337. DAVID S. DAIVALDSO^f, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS OP BTTBSCRIPTIOFC •IN ADVAVCS $2 00 "WITKJ* TUB YBA* 2 50 AT THK BKD OR Some columns of the insurgents quitted Rouen toexritean insurrection at Elbceuf, Lonviers, and Evreux. They succeeded only ItElbosuf, but their triumph W«H short, for a military force despatched from Paris, and assisted by the national guard, succeeded in repressing the insurrection. At Custelsarrnsin alto, a collision took place on the elections, in which two persons were killed. At Limoges most violent pro•reeding* have taken place. At Nicmes. the insurrection was at one moment formidable. Throughout (he Rue de Dome various disorders hnd taken place. At Roche fort, the ballot-boxes were burnt by the people under the belief that (muds ronirsry to the inierrsts of the Republicans had been committed by the'returning officer. A great number of the old'Chamber of Deputies Imve alrendy secured sears (tie National Assembly, and the numbe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 June 1848

THE EXPRESS. E E A E Wednesday Morning, June 7,1848. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET, Senatorial Kleetors. JOSEPH O. MARSHALL, of Jefferson. GODLOVE t». ORTH, of Tippecanoe. District Klcclori. 1st District— JOHH PfTSHBB, Of PoSS*. 24 Jomk S. Davis, 3d of Floyd. Miltoit OttM, of Itearbtrn. Hth Davip P. Houtowar, of Waynw. ftth D. Hancuclr. 6th Lhomas otel. H. RW*Lrot«,ofGreen#. opmiac, of 7IH Edwabb W.McOanoHar, of Parke. Sib 3km* F. fciT, «f Clinton. 9TH Damiel D. P»att, 10th if Caw. David Kiloors, of Delaware. To the WIIIGS of YIGO. The whigs of the county of Vigo are respectfully requested to meft at the Court-Houne in Terre-Haute, on Salurdsy. the 10th of June, at 2 o'clock, to take into conaideration aome poblic matters of importance—particulailv to decide whether they are in favor of having convention to nominate candidate* for the Legislature. MANY WHIGS. The whiff* of Vigo will see the importance of the above, which ha* lieen aent generally into the Townships in handbilk and it is very...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 June 1848

THIRTIETH CONGRESS. FIRST SESSION. 4' SEKATE, •iavery May 29.-The Vice President laid before the Senate comroaniwtioa from Mr. Can, tendering his resignation. Mr. Dallas was ordered to noli FR the GOTeroor of Michigan of the resignation. A message was received from the PfWi* dent, recoronfending that aid should be given to Oregon. It was referred to the Committee on »Military Affairs. Mr. Cass moved to take up the bill relating to the Indian appropriations, which was •greed to. The •side informally. ndian appropriations, which wss After other unimportant bosne|®, the Senate adjourned. HOOSE, c*|A May 29.—Mr. Tuck moved to sus­ pend the*rules, in order that he might introduce a resolution favoring the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia. The calling on the States for resolutions The House adjourned until Tuesday. vote was then taken by yeas and nays, and stage of life through which a mechanic is 1 .L. naraQQ 11 _-I 1 im AmnlinliAalltr decided in the negative yeas 53, nay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 June 1848

•ifI What the Barnburner® say. The New York Evening Po«t, the organ of the Barnburners, he# the following remarks on the Locofoco nomination for President: THE BAMIUOBE NOJIISATIOS.—Mr. nation, the* will sanction the outrage which the is a grave question, and we are certain that The (IcIegHte* have beha«ed with dignity and propriety, and in a manner woithy of the character of Ihe great Slate they represented mid it» intelligent democrncy. They would accept no Ics than a full recognition of the right* to which their constituents were entitled, and not obtaining their demand they withdrew from the convention. No alnp ha* been omitted on their pari lo obtain for those who aent them a voice in Iho convention, and failing in thin, they could not, without disgrace, be moil taking part in it* proceeding*. The flnnl vote given for Mr. Cassia not properlv a two-thirds vote after all. It comprise* twothird* ol Iho vote* given, but not Uo-ihirila of the voles of the Convention. If the represen...

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