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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 27 September 1848

I". I)\VII» 8. IA\AM*OX, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T3RM3 OP SU33CRIPTION IS AD A N E •^VITHI.H tub YBAR AT THK K»D or iliia dociimnnt, the reading of_ which will, ,. frontier li^ihe iecoll^i.mof "vhTch will .iL in pum.ii o! .he,Ice.. iht traps. "Tii" 12 day Mirrh, 1795. "For value rrcM I promise to pay llobt. "Simp«ou or his order twfiitv-vven pounds "lawful tnony lo be piid in Bi'ffilo beef *12 pr. Hundred Bear flease will he ret'd "c 21 pr. Hundred—to be piid nexi Fdwl al '•the time Sd. Simpson mikes his hunt on "the Oliio Rivar. As witness my hand and Heal— "I0S. BARNETT, (Seal.) "Teat JOHN WAI.KKR, "PKTKII TIIOKN. On the back ol ilie nole is the following endorsement. "The 211h Muri'h, 1798. For value ret'd "I asign the within note to Kbenr. Simpson, "as witness mv hand I I «*-nl "ROBT. SIMTSON, (Seal.) Upon note of ihis destripiion given for 'two 1I07.-11 Coon" skins, suit was bufore a territorial Justice of Knox County j)(1 liff'N c'lniin wnn iosi. but 10 0 lc lclonrl«nt culeli t...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 27 September 1848

li «8St» THE EXPRESS. THE PEOPLES' TICKET. Senatorial Elector*. many opposing parties that then existed in the Slates—that he would serve only his counlty "lid |10 1 E E A E Wednesday Morning, Sept. 27, 1848. FOR PRESIDENT, •ZACHARY TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VME PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NBW YORK. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. JOSEPH a. MAF!HfIATt.. ofi«ton. (K)DLOVK H. OflTH, of Tippecanoe. lH»(rlr.i K.lffforn. 1st Dintricl—J*a. K. Ih.vTHK, Vaniterburg. 2d JOHX S. DAVIS, rff I'lnyd. 3L MILTON GRKOO. of Dearborn. 4th DAVID P. lloi.T.owAT, of Wnyne. Bih TIIOMJB G. VVALPatE. of Hancock. 6th I.OVKI, H. ROUTINE av. of Green". 7ili KnwAHO W. McGAt'minr,of Pttrtte. Sth JAMBS K. HCIT. of Clinton. 9ih DAMP.L D. 1'IIATT. of Cns», lOlh IAVID Ku.aung, of DeUwarn. (•en. Tiij'lor'»» Pnscn go I a Lcilcr. List week, wc published a letter from Gen. Taylor, defining more fully his position before the people as one of llie candidates for Ihe Prcsidenc}—a letter which wc think will be heurtilv nubscrib...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 27 September 1848

TEKRL HAUTE DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE Of THE PUBLIC SQUARE* rjlHE subscriber in now receiving hi* fill sup- •lock consist* nf a general assortment of Mineral and Botanic Medicines, Surgical Instruments, Glass Ware and Shop Furniture, Syringe* (mctal and glas«,) Paint*, 0 I*, Dye Stulli, Varnishes, Turpentine Paint, VV"nil. Dusting. Hair, Clolh, Shoe, S«.-rul« and l'le*h Brushes Perfumeries. Soaps, Pure Liquor* for Medicinal purposes, Window HI 1** from 8 !y 10 Io20 hy 31, Canities Imperial. Gun Powder. Young Hyson an1 Dlack Tea* Patent Mi-dn! te». Gun Putvder and Caps, Lead. Shoe IJlai kiiitr Red, Black and Blue Inks fitter ninl Cp Pi«r, t^nill* and S'rel Pen*. Tolnrco. SiiulTaiid Ci jars, Kentucky Mu«* -lord. D.i111 Brick", SaJrerat'ts. Spice*, See., which he wid tell for cuth or Jlragg'4 Ague I I*, -f-i ippinglon's do JJ.inii-P* Wilder'* Clickwicr'* Wislnr's I)r. Morrill's '[tampions* UtillU Dr. most ki id* of country proN I N II A Terre-Haute, Ind., S-'pt. 13, 1818 39-if IMTKM' 31 I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 27 September 1848

""v "S WM BBIlilE jumw -arm The English Aristocf.ic)', A, .good J.t'ft' "f excitement exists in England respecting tlie breaking up of the Duke of Buckingham's splendid ami princely pa! ice at Stowej ami tiie sale under the ruthless hammer of die auctioneer and the remorseless creditors, of its magnificent contents. The mere catalogue of the )ts contains 2? I pages more than 60,00!) ounces of gold and silver plate, ta „J k.,r.,,n A. B~A. 1 family memorials seem to connect all the great men, and all the great achievements of modern Europe, with the mmes of Chandos, Temple, Cobham, Nugent, and Grenville. Ilcrc is the victor's portion in the spoil of celebrated sieges, the memento of historical friendships and die esteemed gifts of royalty or beauty. In the manuscript room is the most extensive nnd valuable collection of Irish documents any where to be found. For the pictures, .!•_» .1 1 nn -.1 JSucIl tilings are only scattered for a fresh nllon ,,nj nti, sons, all spontaneotulv collec...

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

Sf.: ,"v JP -••**. WHOLE NO. 354. DAVID 8. TBRM3 OP ADVERTISING tj»B .Sae**« Tasa* WIUI.V HARM AO»IRI«*AT 1*«*BTIOW PBB It was enough for you to rebuke the fliveR vam-glorious boasting of tho foe to meet them in the open field, and under their lh( Rlontercj blaxed frora the mountain jnjuc^^ But one thonght mu«t not be omitted, Unlike the conquerors of history, who1 .' DA^ ILDSO^, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERM3 OP SUBSCRIPTION In Aovxnca *2 00 WLTHI* TH« VlAR 2 50 AT THK BUD OR THM YXAR 3 00 00 S«»UABB ?5 {ty LIbwtl detluctiaai fur longer time and greater p.i ee­ Ediiori*'! CufTMfMiii«iice of ihe N. O Picayune. Ceil. Taylor sil Pass Christian. By a hasty note I last night informed you of Gen- TayJors near approach to this place, but in consequence of the ear- bound to say, in tendering you the hospily departure of the boat I could not fur- talities of the place, Its residents have nish you with further particulars. I will conferred on me the honor of expressing now attempt to give you ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 4 October 1848

•Joiltll E E A E Wednesday Morning, October 4,1848. THE PEOPLES' TICKET. FOK PRESIDENT. ZACHAKY TAYLOR, Ol- LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NBW VOIIK. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Senatorial F.lectnrs. JOSEPH O. MAFtSHAM.. of Jefferson. OODLOVK H. OKTU, of Tippecanoe. Dtitrlrt K.teetors. 1st District—JA*. K. HLVTIIK, of Vanderburj. 2d Jon* S. DAVI*, of Kloyd. 3d IMII.TOJJ Gnitnn, of Keiarborn. tili DAVID P. HOI.I.OWAV, of Wayne, fllli THOMAS 0. VVALPOI.E,of Hancock, lilh I.OVBL. H. Kor***AU, of Oreene. 7tli Knwann W. MCOACOHBV, of Parke, FILLI JAMB* K. FI IT. of Clinton. 9ih DANIEI. I). PBATT, of Cuss. 10th DAVID KII.UOBB, of Delawnr*- Drspcriilo Slru{TK' rccklcss editor of ihe StateS ntinel? Rhotle Island Connecticut Vermont Miiyland Nonh Carolina New York New Jersey Delaware Georgia Keutui ky Tennrssee Ohio Louisiana Maine N. Hampshire Massachasetis Rhode Ifland Connecticut Vermont Moryland Virginia North Carolina ]S'«w York New Jersey Pennsyl»auia Delaworc Souih Car...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 4 October 1848

5Tf!?^ *. AN INCIDENT.—We learn FROM sustained heavy losses by the burning of the Ocean Monarch, met a Brooklyn friend in f»L'iii's ami ii Wt«rililtrrH m'Strinn Mileh I'll Inn,I.- at th a *Mtri'hT TH V. II Boston the other iUjr, who insisted on making AND Mr..S. a present in money, in consequence' interest in the way of kind uords of condo­ lence and sympathy. O'" A cotemporary very jo# 1 observes that ime of the supporters of Oen'era! C-ifn olje-t to ficncr-il Taylor liecau*e the old hero his been so 10113 "out of *n t\!" The #imc gentlemen oli- jrcted lo f«cn. iriiison, bec:.u«! lie li'ed in a log cabin, and drai.k hard culei! It i« great that the Wlii can never get candidate* M:fTi- cicntly nice f.*r ling.* haud-lot -holder*. Uj" The late»t ateouut* horn the Hon. A. II- Stevens 1 fJeorgia, nhoae life via* brutally at­ tempt! by a locof.tco bully th it ••ate, in, that lie i* coin .ilc*ccnt, and in 11 probability v. ill in .1 few days be sb'e to be about. The New York levelling Pou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 4 October 1848

I The Gold Region of CJalifornisi. Official Account of the Discovery nf this Great El Dorado—The Excitement amogg the Population, $-c. The Union has some additional parsiculnra in relation in the newly discovered gold region in lifornia. It has also seen a specimen of iheg dd. Iidoes not appear in large lumps, such as was found the oilier day in a gold mine in Virginia, worth $550. Indeed the largest piece said to have been found does not exceed an ounce. The speefmen referred to is in minute pieces very much resembling the scales of a small fish. Of Lt. Beale, who brought on the despatches to government, the Union says: His accounts of the extraordinary richness of the gold surface, and the excitement it had produced among all rlasses of people, inhabitants of the country and towns, among seamen and soldiers, are confirmed by letters from Commodore Jones and from Mr. Larkin, the United Suites naval agent ot Monteray, California. Mr. Heale slates that the whalers had suspended their...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 11 October 1848

Wm WHOLE NO. 355. BWID S. DA'AliDS»^, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TSRM3 O? SUBSCRIPTION I* ti Erateful other 3 TBRM3 OF ADVERTISING Of* SatJABB THBEB occurB'ion o( grouping in one pir- Not that we shall, or can, ilmm Nor need any lot th') brevet ol Major, the first Imtvut con- S res The first that ho is kind hearted ge«tlcman, "*U of the olden time.*' an impression which every tU\'s further intercourse would hare confirm•si' with twe additional conviction of his frankness ami decision of character. As the season advanced, and the temperature of the night air bccame cooler, a large "camp fire would bla*e forth every evening 1111111#® warn, tor, in me 00 WlTHIX TUB VBAtt 250 AT TUB BSD or TUB Y'EAB 0(1 Kkr.it Anwviox.t t*a*t»Tio!« era Saeaas.... -3 fc}- Liberal deductions fur lonjer time and greater Upacr. A A A O fli« Sm vici-s mid i» »racH'r. The following delineation of the perionsf character and public services of one of the candidates before the people for the Presiden­ cy is from the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 11 October 1848

THE EXPRESS. *t OU£ll E E A E Wednesday Morning, October 11, 1818. THE PEOPLES' TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT. ZACHAUY TAYLOR, OF IjOtJISlANX. FOR VIl'E PI(i:*U)KN MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YOKK. WHIG TICKET. Kleetors. Senatorial JOSEPH a. MARSHALL. of JelTers»n. OODLOVK f«. ORTH, of Tippecanoe, nistrlc' K.lrrlor*. *i District—JAS. E. BI.YTIIB, of Vanderburg 1\ 31 4th 5th 6th 7th 9ih 9th tOih Jon* S. IUVIS, of Klnyrt. MILTON Gaaoo, of Itf«rt»rn. DAVID IIOI.I.OWAT, nf \V*yne. YiiiWAa Wst.rnt.it, of Hancock. l.ovKi. II R»n'H*r.»fOrf»w. Kiiwtto W.McO/u'niis||of I'arite. JAM** f»i?rr. of CliutMK THHIKI. P. I'SATT. "f CassKAVID Kn.oonc. of D.-Uwsr". ..i1 manry of the country, respecl anil almost venerate |f Gon. Taylor for hi* eminent snrvtces, and many of ih«m. even the old men of the parly, have told ol)rl us thtfl they would not "put a straw in his wav." hey admire his firmness and integrity, anil lh«y know he is hones', hence they will not onlv do nothing against him, but many will give hiin ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 11 October 1848

KC PUT- I v& CP Wc very heartily commend the following to our lender* anil Impc they will alt heed it. It is from llie Cleveland Heraldi Go to Work. Wc call upon every friend if olJ Zick who may read thin—who desire* the success bl ihe cause-—who idie* lo elerl constitutional Pic»idenland Vice Piesident, nn«l to have the Government administered on good old fwliiiturd principle*—who is i'||io» il all abominable mbatUies of the ultra I.ocoforo party—to go to work, actively, lealouslv, and al»ovo all go 10 woik now Co to Work, and organize in every neighl»»rhond nnd ptrcinct in the country, by ih orcaniiali nt~«f Rough and Ready Club', and the op|io:iilnieill of rallying and vigilant committees. No cause ever yet triumphed without a thorough organization of it* friends. Remember this it is the Jirsl GRK AT STEP to success. G» lo Work, the cause, 3 and circnlatc Tnvlor tracts arid paters, which die.1 ftnieson Michael run fairly and ally the great question* at issue in n»:iow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 11 October 1848

7 -, W mm 1# Our Army i*« Mexico. Few persons have any correct idea of the enormous military force called nut by our Government for lite invasion of Mexico. Some statements liave appeared in the newspapers, but tliey are incorrect. 37.000 men! Of these, 32,000 were innrched into Mexico. The whole number of Resfttlnr soldiers enlisted and Volunteers called out amounted in two years to llie number o( 107,000 And of these ninety tiro thousand were marched into Mexico Such was the trernendious physical array of men, arms and skill, whieh the Government of ihe United bitale called rnto action to crush its neighbor in the Souih.— Cincinnati Alius. Soiintl ami Patriolir Senllmrnls. Upon the occasion of a political mcclinc at Raleigh, tlie scat of govjrmeni of North (Carolina. Mr. Senator Badger, who ia a resident of ihnt beautiful city, was called out by his fellow citizens, and du- ur on Ihe great nalioual issues involved in the pendiop Presidential eleeiion. In ihe course of his speed) h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 18 October 1848

!«»trtfi rM'WS iI|J»U r/ ir? i, .' -i S WHOLE NO. 356. DAVID 8. DAIVALDSO^, EDITOR AND PFtOPRIETOR. TBRM3 OP SUBSCRIPTION: \p JiDYAXCU.. ®2 WI'TRTIX TUB YAXA :'AR TUB KO Of THS YSAK....... 00 TERMS OP ADVERTISING 0«« SatiAttB TH«s» W«s*« KACH AODITIOXAI. tsaanno.s F*« SACAR*.... Co JK/* Liberal deduction* for Jonjcr lime and greater •paco. ZACIIiKY TAYI.OU. His Scrvicf!# n»»«l Cliaiat r. (Concluded from lutl iveik.) In another letter, on (he ere of that battle (the battle of Hucna Vista.) he expressed himself in et'-n more remarkable term*: 'This m'iy," said he. "be the last communication you will receive from me. I hay been stripped hy the government of regular troyps. and reduced in volunteers, and thus 'firipptd, and at the mercy of the foe, have been exi'« cted hv my country lo retreat or re«ign. BUT 1 MIAI.L DO NEITHER. /arc not ior myulf, but fed deeply for the noble soldicrti, who are about to be tiucrificed by their country. W E RIIAL^ STAND vnix AND GIVK TIIEM HATTl.t? RKI....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 18 October 1848

4 %, THE EXPRESS. loHL'lj E E A E Wednesds orning, October 18,1848. PLES' TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT. ZACHARY TAYLOU, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRKnIDEN MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YOHK. EI«e'loni TnuiUfi November 7. 184(1. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. 8«»Morial Kleetnr*. JOSEPH 0. MARSHAL!-, of GODLOVK H. ORTH. nf Tippecanoe. Klff(or«. ]«t Di«tricl—J**. K. Rlttmh, of Vamlerburg. 2d 3i! 4th »lh 6th 7th 9th 9ih 10th JohW S. Davis, of Flnyil. Mii.tow 0**0(1, of Mo»rborn. David P. Moi.i.oway, of Wsyna. Thomad 0. Wai.poi.k. of Hancock. I/OV«u H. Roo*»«!At). of Gr(«»n*. Enirtni) W. McfiAnnnnr, of Parke. Jams* K. Hi-it.of nintnn. Daniri. D. I'batt. of Cass. Pavid Kii.ooor, uf Delaware. Gen. Taylor nml llic RrronrI Intli- iiiisi Kccliitrnl. From the moment ll vvns known that Oen. Tay­ lor hml received the Whiff nomination for the Presidency, a aystemat'C attempt to ruin him In Ihe publje estimation v»n* commenced liy the other pirtv nn«l this Sinte. owing to Taylor'* report in relation in a portion "f otir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 18 October 1848

PTON. TValley R^taMis &.C., &C. A I,SO—80 colors, at great bargains. 100 Piece* Sttltinells, Tweed* and Jeans 100 Flannels and Liuseys 80 Pair* Blankets for Oover Coals, fce.. &c. Over ("oat Hlankrt Mling, and Mole Skin 100 l)o*en Gloves and Hosieiv 100 Comforters 400 Spool Cotton, Combs, Buttons, a in W a try. that be has rreeirllv commenced the A I S I N S S on Maiket Street, a few doors north of MuUkm's cornet, where be III always he pre|mred to execute anv ortler in the line of his husines* with prowptnea*, of the best maleri*!*, and al the lowest valee. eoiwddering theslvle of hi* workmanship. Th-»*e in search of Furniture will uo well lo give me MIL made at the shortest notice, JOHN GANEAIR. Tefti^Haote. Oet. 1848 4»-if PERMANENT PRFPAK \TIIRY SCHOOI.. Ion LOOK HERE STRANGER! Why. Bill! yoo look as gay as anew coineJ Eagle! VVbere in the world have you been gelling rigged out thia morningl Bin. Where why, where should I got TOM. I rather cal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 18 October 1848

1 |"»U1I* WIMLIW g."jniajWag!8WKa^!JJMi ,&A*(M*r>' lil«4Keum «•*'. A c«rtespHiileni of the BufTiln Free ^JlregsjlKis, itirui!liil l» Uiat juum^nln l||il fAfiiig *.*r|a hU report ol" a ftim ntlilj*-ciHi.fdewhirlr.-his *ays h« heard delivered in7 the Fl iritla House of Representative*. Tit* titiiy of making it wa* voluntarily a~ H!I:iV«I, niiil cv'-n insisted on. by TIE spca-kt-r, tu the no small -.voiidcr of die 1 II House. tlin liner tnoinnpeiuiM'-y beiiiy notorious1: -Mr. Speaker Sir—Our Ml «w crizeri Mr. Silas IIisr»ifl^, was Iai*-ly a n:i inher of branch of the *a sUture, is dead «a died yesterday in the foreuu«n. He had the biowncreatern, (broncMHa he meant 1 suppose,) and was an ufieomrmm individual. His character way goyd, up to lite time uf his death, iM he never hid voice. He was 6ft\ us yesfa old. and WHS taken sick befurt* hfi (iii-d al !ii boarding hoard in tj&hfid at a dollar and eeveniy live r.«:ni8 a wek, washing and tight# included. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 25 October 1848

f* D1VID S. Dl^iLDMO^ EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T3R-VT3 OT SUBSCRIPTION IK ADVAKCB ....S2 00 WlTHI* THK'YSAB 5 30 AT TMK BSD CR THI A 3 00 T3RMB OP ADVBRTISING 0*A SARAWA TURK* WEEK* TL 00 E*«tt .\03iri0XAI. INSRILTIO.F R»N SaUABE. yj- Liberal doduciioi*. for loiter lime and greater ,_ 4Ce Wclnssihv Morfl'n Octobcr 25 1848. Htau^U) nna Mn Another writer in the Intelligencer—"Charle* I'lf/ehcr of l.'.nie is'er.'' speaks of a plan wld Ii be understands will be laid before Congress nt its next "cssinn, by a Mr. t' iii vKII, who resides near the Fall* of Hi. Anthonv. Piom what Mr. Flelchor says, I htfci that both he ami Mr. Cover will llive preference lo a route passing Ironi Chicago lo ileiia, and from thence llirouuh Iowa, to 'he Council IIlull's on the M'-sotiri rivi r. This mule is nol Ii dde to nil the objections lhat Whitney's is, but it is to one prominent one. ]t is loo far ttorlh, to nrconimnd ite any considerable portion of the route, as lhat city, by its en'erpri.r, has alrcndv ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 25 October 1848

THE EXPRESS. null E E A E Wcdaesday Morning, October 25,1848. I THE FBOPLES' TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ZACHAKY TAYLOR, OF LOUISIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK. Kleetlnn, Tuesday, Kovemhcr 7, 184S- WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. Senatorial Rlectors. JOSEPH O. MARSHALL, of JatTerssn. GOfll-OVK H. OHTH, of Tippecanoe. OtstrlC Klrc(or». TUT District—JAS. 2.1 30 4lh filh 6ih 7th filh Qtli 10th About E. RLTTMB, of Vamterburg. JOIIJ» S. PAvis, of Floyil. MILT"* Ossoo, of Dearborn, DAVID P. HOIXOWAT. of Wayne. TIIOXAH 0. W AMmm. the time of the nomination of Gen. Cud*, calculation of his chnnces success wan published in the Washington Union, and oilier democratic paper* of the country, in which it was claimed that the "platform nominee" would bo etected by majority of seven electoral votes, ntul lo get even this, it wan necessary for him to ieceive the vote* of both Pennsylvania nnd Ohio, which together givn foity-nino voles. At that tainty. Slate may be put down for Taylor. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 25 October 1848

TI•• NOTICE. TFIOBIMDUNA MPTUAL FM* O THE In Ci.»e« cms ii Dims, AT TIII "8,i€ I iNfltrRAXenCoMPAKT, Indianapolis. October 7, IBiS. 5 mrmlmof said Company sr* hereby noil fled that, at a mmini of Dlrecuiri held this dav it Ordered. Thal for (he parmrnt of k«f by fire. e*tinitn! interest thereon. and other liabilities sustained jt- «n'l incurred by said company since October II. 1917. amoonilnc to the sum of twelve thousand five hundred mini ninelv dollars and Hi cpnls, ihe followine Mifwmrnl, on (li« Premium Nmes riven in Ihe Company, bfl paid nffby the members thereof, on or betire the thirtieth d»r el Nrvembnr next ensuing, to the Treasurer of •aid Company, lo-wli: ox KOTKS IN MA4FT On all Notes daied on or before November fl, ISI7, and nrt ill«f.h«r »(l al thin date, being from No. 2533 to No. JWI. both inclinirr, thirteen per cent. On all Notes dated »fi»r IfoTprawrJ?, 1817. and on or before February 2:1, I8W. beinff fr-rm N». 3781-tn No. 3S.V1, both Inclusive, eleren ami one qu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 25 October 1848

Tl»e MCIIIUUII usl Uh English Slttdio. Frenchman.—Ha, my good friend. I have mel with one difficulty »»e strange word. How you call H-o-u-g-liT Tutor. Ruff. /. Tres bien, Huff and »nuft you fpeit s-n-o-ti-e-h, ha! Tutor.—Oh no, no. snuff is s-n-u-n. The fact is, words ending in ougft are a liltle irregular. pr. ASi. very jjood. 1 i* beau »H language. H-o-u g-ii is HufT. I will remember and C-o-u-g-h is Cuff. 1 have one bad Cuff. ha? Tutor.—No, lhat is wrong. We bay Knot', not Cuff. .—Kauf. eh bien. Huff and Knul, and panlonnez tnoi, bow you call d-o-u-gb Duff, ba? Tutor.—N not Duff. ot l.a! Tutor Fr Duff.' Ab, oui I understand, IN THE CITY OF MEXICO. il is Dutif, hey? Tutor.—Ni, D-o-u-g-h spell* Doc. pr. Due! It is very fi'ie wonderful language, it is Doc and I -o-u-g-h is lur, ceminement. My btefsteak is very toe. „,«*«« Tutor.—Youare still wrong my friend It it Plow. J'low! Wonderful language. I shall understand v- r' soon. Plow, Doe, Kaul and one morc-R o-u-g-IK wha. von rail (io...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Indiana Digital Historic Newspaper Program (Indiana State Library)
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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