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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 23 August 1848

v1 vVsiS* .j 5r .i 'J- *0* 'jt J-*" «."•*' WwP»* T~ 3, W LIJBICE. WHOLE NO. 347. DAVID S. DAAAI.DSOK, EDITOR AND PROPRfETOR. TERMS OP STTBSCRIPTION I* ADvx»c». ... .•? Off ^rVlTllli.THI! ,y«A|i... .m,........!2-SO AT TIIIS **D OF RUT 3 00 #%BRMS OF ADVBRTI0INO T)*« SAI AN« TIIRBB WEEKS $1 00 EACH AOBITIOJIAI. I*»*ATIO* PK*_SICAB*.... 55 JOR L4B RAL DEDACUUIUI FOR LONGER TIP AND GREAIER Ftom Hie Journal of Corauicrcp. PUBLIC DEBT OF IlVDIJ^lA. WASHIRGTOK, Jul* 27,:1848. Messrs. HALE & HALLOOK 1 1 have obner*ec', in the "Joarjinl of Com merce" of the 6ih ingt., an article addreaaerf To l)u creditors of the Slate of Indiana l)y a correspondent who aigna hiro»^If "A Subscriber under protest to the^ $800,000 loan." The circulaiion of this article in the columns of your reapettible journal, iscal eulated lo do great injustice to the State of {ndiana and 1 do not hesitate to request lliat you will permit me to refute, through the same medium, its unjust imputation upon the peop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 23 August 1848

fl THE EXPRESS, «#ug6 nlti* E E A E Wednesday Morning, Aug. 23, 1848. THE PEOPLES' TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT ZACHARY* TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW VOttK. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Senatorial Elector*. JOSKPH O. MAKHHAU., of Jp(T«r»«n IHMltOVK X. OKTfh ofTippecanoo. District fftlectora. 1*1 District—JAS. K. RLYVIIK, ftf Vandorburi. 2d JOHN S. ft*via, nf Floyd. MU.TOM Onxoe, of Dearborn. DAVID P. Hot.i.ewAv', OF Waynn. THOMAM D. WA(.POLB, nf Hancock. I,OVBL H. ItilUHMKAV, Orvtme. EDWARO W. McOADAMBT,of Parke JAHSS F. HUIT, of Clintou. DAMISI. D. PRATT, Cass. DAVID KILOOIIB, of Delaware. •1 5th fH 7lJi fHh II Orh 10th 41 Dotlingo by (he Wny Side. We have agnin returned to our-post, after an nliaance during which two numbers of the Ex¥HEM were issued—the first abscnco from duty of any length since we assumed our resent bnsinesa. We find ollnirs have been well atlcnj were awny, for which wo heartily who volunteered for I ho occasion, and weli^m have it in o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 23 August 1848

a*S" & •S®JJ OES. CA»' A BUSS OF VoUfSTEpRS. whole oft he Locofoco Press in litis says the Stat (^Journal, ate denouncing Taylor became he concurred with lidfla. Wool atvfi fcane in saying that ihe second Indiana Regiment retreated at (tie battle of Buena Viata. If this be a good argument against Gen. Taylor, it will fpplj with morh more force against GKII. ^asa, jbecause On Thnrailoy 1*H(, in Ifoney Greek township, THOK. A. DM,DINE, a native «f New Jfr*ey. hnt.for S year |»«int a resident of Vigo Ho wax MSf^nra old, mid left many relotivt'aln N'w Jersey, a* well a* wile and six children in litis county to mourn hi* lo««. it he •represented to the War D^Srtai'fl* in 1814, •that twenty five hundred of three jjnjusami militia, called out Iqgdcfcnd BuflwTO, "all except a very few of them, behaved the moa(|^Mttrdlr manner, and fled without firing a muSket." This is the manner in which Gen."Cass spoke of the brave volunteers of the Country at that time. What ivilLLocofocoism ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 23 August 1848

Warra^Kswp^ _t ,§ TELF.GRAPHIC BlOUTNtSC.—rOn WOJl^*y. J»tjU??t|ePerdi«rat t'ie.,''e'e graph BtaiWiBt AngiiMB, Ga., hat! a very narrow «#cfape from death by lightning.— He ww fitting a short distance fram fhe instrument, artnund which were fixed the wires to •ward off atmospheric lightiting, and was waiting the transittisMonofa message from Charleston W .Savannah,' when a flash of harming instantly stunned him, making a-report like a pistol.--The batteries were cpirr|)4etdy knocked to pieces, lire n8gQ£t destroyed, and the winding wires meuiSj irfseveral pieces.—Had he been operatingst ifii time il^e is 1 ittie doubt thai he would hare bgen lulled. It is presumed that tfce magnet at Savannah was alsodestroyed, as Win communication was instantly interruptedcvw NEWSPAPERS.—r A roan eat* op a pound ofsugaiv and the pleasure lie has enjoyed is ended but the information he gets from a newspaper'is treasured up in. the mind, 10 be enjoyed anew, and lo Utilised when? ever occasion or incli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 30 August 1848

Wff ip of WHOLE NO. 348. -DAVID S. DANALDSOIY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TBRM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION FN ADVAXCI.... W 00 WITHI.V TILL Y*A* •pace. 2 50 AT RAN E»D OF TUB YBAB 3 (JO TERMS OF ADVERTISING O.TE SANIR* TIJHE» W E FT 00 P.ACIf ADDITIONAL IKXBBTIOM PBB SAOAKB.... -5 &J- Ubt'rtl dud actions for longer lime &ad greater The Perpetuity of our Union. An CloqiK'iil A||«'»l froui tlie jvoicrn. Wo coin mend to the attentive perusal of our readers, the following truly eloquent article from the Cabuttsvillc (Mans.) Mirror, on the subject of acctimial panic#, slavery, dissolution of the luiou, &c. Let every one who values our gloiious Union, read it attentively: MAMNKKS—We have read of two bitter foes meeting on a pint ol ground, le»ide deep precipitous 'I'hey engaged hand to hnml, and steel to steel, in the strife. One of them at length feeling that lii opponent was Retting the belter of iiirn, grappled in, and strove to bear bin antagonist to the ground. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 30 August 1848

•fists —.MI »mlh"*—*——«?*« foilffll E E A E Wednesday Morning, Aug. 30, 1848. THE PEOPLES' TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ZACHARY TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. 8euntorlal Electors. JOSEPH O. MARSHAIX. of Jefferson. OODLOVK H. ORl'H, of Tippecsnoa. District Klrclnm. l«l District—Jas. E. Ri.vths, of Vanilerburg. 8'l 4lh Mil rtth 7ih *)Mi 9ih I0lh Jniiit S. avis, of Floyd. Mil,to* Grboo, of I)earb«trn. Pavid P. Hoi.i.oway, of Wayne. Thomas D. Wai.poi.b, «f Hancock. I.ovbi, 11. Koucskau, of Grsene. Edward W. McOapoiisv,of Pitrke. a Mrs K. Pi-it. of Cllnion. Damibi. t). Pratt, of Cat*. David Kiloorb, of Detawara. Fort Harrison Mocllii^. Before the issuing of another number of the Express, we expc-ct to see the beautiful prairi* at old Fort Harrison, one vast sen of human heads. Wc expect to witness a concourse of people on that ground which **1 I astonish even tho most sanguine, and we expect to hear from eloquent Hps, some politi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 30 August 1848

3BB I„ ttS-'prjas Foci Harrison MJISS Meeting. At meeting of the Committee of Arrange­ ments for the Fort Harrison MUM nt the Court-lJoase in Terre-Haute, on the 5th inst., the following resolution was unanimously adopted, ond the editors of the Terre-Haute paper* requested to publish the same till the day of the meeting: Resolved, That a general invitation is hereby given to the friends of Gen. Taylor and Millard Fillmore, and the public—far and near, in the ^iorth, South, Ei»t and West—to attend the GRAND MASS MEETING at Fori Il-mison, on the 5ih of September next. VV. F. KRL'MBHAAR, Chairman. E. W. Coxa nu. Secretary. Blitz's Medicines, T)r the Indian Qitren Vegetable Sugar Coated VilliThese pills luve obtained an unprecedented popularity •because in all diseases peculiar to the wrsl tliey have V.ail unprecedented success. It Is no wonder, therefore, Thai medical charlatans have been enfasred In inamifacluring and sending abroad other pills ami medicines with the vain hope of riv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 30 August 1848

'W*' 31iil ird Fillmore* "During his brief visit at this place (Newport, 11. IM) ,e I'-nst has maiiejhoats of personal friends, and produced atVimpression among inen of all parties, who enjoyed the pleasure of his society and conversation that can never be forgotten. As much as we have always respecied the political character of our egndiitate for the Vice Presidency, we were not prepared to find him, in every sense, so much superior to the ordinary politicians of the day. He is, to begin with, one of the finest looking men in the nation nearly eix feel in height, a perfect model in hi* phyaicaj^ proportions, and his manners, inovemehls, a:id conversation exhibiting that happy anion of dignity and affability which gives assurance to all who coinc in contact with him, that he is every inch a man and a gentleman. We have in this country of fine-looking, dtgnffied and accomplished gentlemen, as all acknowledge who have seen our sixty Senators 'in Congress assembled but among all the nr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 6 September 1848

.It vlour TWHOfcE NO. 349 JDATID S. DA^AIDSO^, EDITOR ANp OHK PROPyEtOR. TJEJRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION is ADVANCE ....*2 00 It WlTHII* TUB YKAR 2 SO At mi t*D or TH* .-3 00 TBRMS OP ADVERTISING FSABARB Tirana WEEK* BACK ADDITIONAL IWMHTTW "0 p*n S»PARK— ?3 $J- Liber*] deduction* for longer time Ha greater pace. Extract from ili« Spcccli of Mr. Ilillinrd, «f A If ha ma. In tlic IIOUM of Representative*. The Democratic party is committed to a •policy which leads to aggression, war and •conquest while the WHigs desire to preserve peace with nil the world, to stimulate the industry and to develope the resources of the country. California end New Mexico ore ours, and cosily acquisitions we must admit them to be Yoeaten ha# barely escaped g«Hp and whfct other neighboring provinces are next to be overrun and conquered, and annexed, no man can tell. Our true policy is pea£e. We arc net apart by a dividing ocean from the Old World we have nothing to do with its complicated syslemj, we have no bala...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 6 September 1848

THE &R E A E Wednesday Morning, Sept. 6, 1848. THE PEOPLES' TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT. TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Renatnrtnl Klectors. JOSEPH n. MARSHALL, of JefTerssn. GODLOVK 8. ORTH, 4th of Tippecanoe. Dlilrlct F.leelors. 1st Dlstrlet-J*s. E. Rltths, of Vanderburg. 2d Johh S. IUVIS, of Floyd. 3d Mri/roif Gatno, of Dearborn. David P. Hou.oway, of Wayne. flili Thomac D. W*i,ioi.».of Haocock. filh I.nvsL H. Rov*****). of Greene. 7ih F.itWAin W. McO»twiH«T,ofParke. «*»h Jams* F. Hi'it. of 'Jih Pasnar. D. fOth Psatt.Clinioi*. of Cass. David Ifn-ooas, of Delaware. FORT HARRISON MEETING. Thirty-Sixth Anniversary fence of tiie Fort. Tlie iy—Tho c: rcnioi»lrs Tl»«» Otitg'Oiiriiitf of llie People! We hove just finished participaling in the crremonies of this great day, the 36ih snui- Tersory of Tuylor's dcfencc of Fori Horrison, end will endeavor to give a brief des­ cription of some of the nceties which will be l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 6 September 1848

'v.* M«4f»A Qw. Cirt^fc.. r^-,x If all §en«e of shame ha« nol left the party referred to in ihe following article, tie must even blush at this expojure of liis shameless inconsistency: From ihe National Intelligence!-. The gentleman, who at ihe Buffalo ^Convention was most prominent, and apparently most influential, was the Hon. Benjamin F. Butler. He was Chairman of the Committee on Resolutions, and he made and sustained the report of that comhiiltee. Among the resolutions thus reported and adopted by the Convention were the following. "Resolved, That we, the people here assembled, remembering the example of our father* in the days of the first Declaration of Independence, putting our trust in God fur the triumph of our cause and invoking Hit guidance in our endeavor* to advance it, do now plant ourselves tip*•on the national platform of freedom, in opposition to the sectional platform of slavery. "Resolved, that we inscribe upon oor 'banner 'free soil, free speech, free labor, •an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 6 September 1848

|»e William I'cmi. Near the centre of the city of Philadel phia, writes onu, may be seen ttre spot where Peon marie ins treaty with the Indians. It is in a narrow lane, the granite monument recording the bloodless act if in a ship yard. No Tailing ecctires it, and it is surrounded by rubbish* The inscription upon it reads thus:— 'f? iVeaiy Ground of WM. I'ENN and the Indian Natives 1CS2. 'Unbroken Faith.* Wrn. lG'H. FROM SANTA FK Thus the matter continued until the "POLITICS mm AND THE On the 20th of June, Capt. Jones, with company of 11)0 men, attacked a party of Pawnees upon the Ciinarone, and killed twenty-one of their number. The Indians were in the shelter of a grove of timber, and inado an obstinate resistance. A letter received in this city yesterday, confirming tho death of Charles I own, nud the recovery of Flliot Lee, stales that the latter wan wounded in the fleshy part of the leg, and had the end of one finger nhot oflf. £5 MM QZ *L Penn founded 1601 1 •lJy deeds of Peac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 13 September 1848

WHOLE IVO. 351 alone I)A\AI,I»SO\, Divin s. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR TBRM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION I/K ADVANCE S3 WLTKUF THB YBAR 2 5° AT THU NXA OR RUU YBAR »»....3 00 TERM3 OP ADVERTISING ORB SACAB* THBBB WEEK* '1 W BACK ADDITIONAL IKHSHTIOX P*A S^CARS. ... ?3 (Or Liberal Meduciloaa far longer time and greater p*C*. TLIC Honest LAWYER'S inure hy *fiving the innocent and needy from the alroug and cruel, hut preventive "'rile, |ittlling atop lo linlf ku»vt*li practice*, HIKI ili*«uading men and women from uiijoit *uit«. and paa»l inron*itig i^tiairel*. Mr. H«wy*r thought not onHy proper to refu«e acting for tho*e whocn clnl na ll» thought ill houe*l, hut heconnleil nlno a duly and a privilege, nrf}', a mere chrisli in rharncter 'lo atrivc lo per«uade them lo forget *uch Hiimu He nought /line and extensive practice a mean* wUrr.ehv ln'«*ert amoral inftlienre over the community he thought hiwver hound to **rve, not only'hi* hunt, hut hi* Gml nml country^ and 'Imik'cll tin hiii^ who for pain woul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 13 September 1848

THE E E A E Wednesday Morning, Sept. 13, 1848. THE PEOPLES' TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT. ZACHARY TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Senatorlnl Elector*. JOSEPH (i. MARSHALI.. *f Jeflers-n. UOUI.OVK OKTH, of Tippecanoe. IUtrlct Rlfftnr". 1st Diflrict—JAB. K. BI.TTHB, nf Vanderburg. 2-1 .T.1 •till MM r,th 7th Sill 'Jih JolIN S. I)*VI», nf Floyd. Mil.TON Omoo, of Dearborn. I)AVII I'. HOM.OWAT. of Wiiyno. TlloMAf! I). WAI.POLK, of Hancock. I.OVKL H. Knirsa*AU. of (jreeue. KOWARO W.MCOAIJOHBV,of Parke. A MRS K. fl'IT.of Cllnioti. DANIEI. 0. VWATT, of Can. IIAVID Kil.onns, of Delaware. I'llli Some lEi'usons for Supporting (xCiKM'.'il Taylor. It seems to bo very evident from all lhat we It ire neen, thai if elected, Gen.Tnylor intend* to lie left fee lo lie geverned only by the Constitution, find what he conccivc« to lie the general good of hi* country. And although he hits declared himself a Whig, and "will lie devoted in individual o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 13 September 1848

ironor of I..indnii. I appeared in 1 liat citv wyr -. mm mmiUUm The Great Law Case. The ereat law case between the monop- olists, Morse, Kendall fc Co., and Henry 0'Reill\% the people's benefactor, is still progressing with increased' interest at Frankfort, Ky. The explanation? made Mr.-Btrnea of the difference of the Sen- thial Telegraph and the ne.w Columbian Telegraph, as compared with the Morse Telegraph, was admitted by Mr. Mof#e to be correct, and the controversy is now narrowed down to the claim of Morse for a monopoly of electro-magnetism for tel­ egraphic purposes. This is resisted by Mr. O'Reilly upon the ground of the want of originality on the part of Morse, and of fraud* connected with the patent. Mr. O'll'Mlly further insists and contends by his counsel that the monopoly of a great principle cannot be maintained, as it is contrary to law and justice. The decision of the court upon thene great questions will be looked for with intense •interest by the public. General Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 13 September 1848

mm I Salct of Public Property in & Mexico. *c' The Gal»e»tnn News alleges, on the authority of several persona from Vera Cfus. that there was great unfairness in the disposal of the U. S. propejtv. at that place, lately, occasioning great tiisalTection. All that was conaidefetl an objefsj for purchasers, h«in^ so'd at private sale 1 to a few individuals, who realized im- monse sum* thereby. It gives items, as follow*: At Pttbiic Sale.—Mere rttbbixh. sur.lt a« nobody wanted, although full ^les of public property were advertised. Private Salet.—The U. S. ship I*ouis—cost some twenly thousrttid d«tllars trhen she sailed from Philadelphia to Vera Cruz—sold, unbeknown, except to the purchaser, for the amount as understood, (and if not so, let the Government tlenv it.) of five hundred dollar*. 1 for some twelve or thirteen thousand, and may he less. The brie Architect, coppered and op-per-fastencd. which cost some five thousand was sold at 410. The surf-boat!) were sold at pri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 20 September 1848

stlie WIIOXiE NO. 352. DAVID S. DAMI.DSO^, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERM 3 OP SUBSCRIPTION ,M IK AOTAMCB 92 0$ WlTHIW TH» y*AB .. 7S& AT TII* BSD OF TUB |^....3W TBRM3 OP ADVERTISING'Oxi SaoAsa Thbbb WXMI II 00 !EARR ABSITIO.UL, IHaCRTtOM FSB SftOARB.... ?5 &5~ LUwat deductions for longer lime and greater '-spice. A Tisft to General Taylor. The. Appearance of the Old Hero—I/is opinion of the Free Soil Movement— The M'lHHouri Compromise—Slavery •and the Abolitionist*, 4'C- Tlie following interesting letter wo find in the Mobile Tribune^ a neutral paper. It purparts \o give the views of General Taylor on many important subjects, such as the Free Soil movement, slavery, acquisition of territory, for.. grand review, hut that turned out to 1)e all a sham. No review was intended, and indeed, nrtiTW could have taken place, fur there is no ground Convenient to the camp fit for the purpose, and oT all the woldiers here,} have been informed* there are not tnrtfre than BO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 20 September 1848

•MM#?* Tllf EXPRESS. MOll5f|| 6tl 7th 9th 9lh fOth Ho* A •»*•..• E E A E Wednesday Mowing. Sept. 20, 1848. THE PEOPLES' TICKET FOR PRESIDENT. ZACHARY TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. POR VK E PRESIDENT, *MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK. IstO ELECTORAL TICKET. Hanntorial Rlectors. JOSEPH O. MARKHALI,, of Jeff*rs#n. OODLOVP. H. ORTH, of Tippecanoe. 1 mi DU»ric F.leclorn. 1st Dl'tricwJ*.*. K. Ih-TTHR, of Yanderburg. JOHX 8, 1 MiLTdiC iu 3d ,.4th DAVIS, of Floyd. 0**80, nf Dearborn. HOI.I.OWAT, of W«yn». PAvto r. Bth THOMAI D. WATFOT*, of Hancock. T.OVKL H. ROIJSSVAO. of Greene. Knw A W.MeOA ran ev, of Parke. JAVKS F. Hnr, of Clinton. DAKIEL D. PRATT, of Cass. ft AVIB Klt-OOBE, of Delaware. Ms Fnhlic Speii king. 3gSdward W. McGaughey will address the public at the Ourt House tli-» evening at can-die-lighting. Wo respectfully invite the pres. «nce of all who con make convenient to attend —especially the opponent* of Gen. Taylor. Let ibe people assemble lit the ringing of the bell, and dispassionately...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 20 September 1848

THE Ms TERRE-HAUTE DRUG STORE, NORTH SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE. aubacriber is now receiving hi* fall •applies of Medicine*, which will make bis slOckf equal (O any oil the Waliasb. His goods are of ihe first quality, and will be sold as low as genuine Medicines can be bought in this place. His stock consists of a general assortment of Miners! and Botanic Medicines, Surgical Instrument*, tla*a Ware and Shop Furniture, Syringes (metal and glass,) 1'ainU, Oils, Dye Bluffs, Varnish•es, Turpentine Paint, Wall, Dusting, Hair, Cloth, Nhoe, Scrub and Flesh Brushes Perfum•cries, Soap, Pure Liquors for Medicinal purposes, Window Glass from 8 by 10 to20 by 24, Candies Imperial. Gun Powder, Young Hyson and Black Teas Patent Medirlnes, Gun Powder snd Caps, Lead, Shoe Blacking Red, Black and Blue Jnk» I/eiier and Cap Paper, QuIIU and Steel Pens, Tobacco. Snuff and Clears, Kentucky Mustard, Bath Bricks, Salicratu*, Hpices, &c., which lie will sell lor cash or most kind* of country prod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 20 September 1848

Beautiful Tribute to Cliatcs|§- tO briamI !n the excitement of politic*, we have neglected to mention Uie death of the il­ lustrious writer, Chateaubriand, whose aliort sojourn in this couniry soon after the breaking out of the French Revolu­ tion, and whose beautiful tale of Aitala, (ihe scene of which i* laid near Natcliez, Mississippi,) in some measure, identify liitn witfi Amertcau history anil litercmre. He was buried iflriVri% on the 8th of Ju­ ly, with all the honors due to his virtue and illustrious character. Jjnmartine, a kiudretLspiritf pays the fullowl ngtj ami- fill and truthful tribute to his character and worth in F,'i Men Public ANU 1# 1 newspaper 9 Let us stand uncovered before this coffin. It is that of a great writer, who was also a great citizen—of magnificeht intelligence, of noble heart, of powerful reason—with the fealty of a chevalier, the enthusiasm of a tribune, the principles of a plebeian wrapped up in the sentiments of a patrician Such was Chateaubriand....

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