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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 10 October 1860

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Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 10 October 1860

VALUABLE GIFTS, Sä THE PENN'SYLVAN I A ISAAC BALL. 'A Sound Mind in a Ikalllnj JJody" I LADD, WEBSTER & CO'S WITH BOOKS AT- G-o ORIGINAL GIFT HOOK KSTKRPRI3K uir. LAKUKST IN THE WOHLD ! PERMANENTLY LOCATED T 43'. CHESTNUT ST., PHI L Al'KLVHl A. I Hiv rii tlah.i in v. r:iiPitiM CARD. liaviog purchased the spacious Iron Building, No. 439 Chestnut blreet, and fitted it up with every convenience lo fa cilitate my business, particularly lhat branch devoted lo Cuotry Orders; aud having a larger capital ! auy other party iuvraled in the t.tuiuess, 1 aru now prepared to offer greater inducement. and better jilts than ever lo uy customers. I will furnish any book of moral char acter, tbe regular retail price of which is flor upwards, and give a present, worth from 5Ü caul to $100 with each book, and guarantee to give perfect satisfaction, a I am datermioed to maintain the reputation already bestowed upon my establishment. Strangers visiting Philadelphia are in vtted to aall ami judge for...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 17 October 1860

THE EXPRESS WHOLE NO. 944. TERRMAÜTE. INDIANA. OCTOBER 17. I860. VOL. XIX. NO. 45 Ovr Victory It I k lilrion Inet We hardly know how to fvr over th glori us result iu this Slate, and the State of Pennsylvania ami Ohio. Tl-t the ee. lion of Abraham Lincoln i. noar ecuri: there can be no doubt, and lb-ii to think that the State of Indiana 1 redeemed fron, the misrule which ha long opprvas'er the f eople. Let the winin-h'et for eer en ah rout! the corrupt remain i.f the Democratic party let the requiem b nng and the world say Amrn ! .Anten ' A new era dawns upon us a glorious propect opena to our view-pro, prritv and happiness beckon us, and the frt-eM government that the aun ever shown npon, er.ivrgcs fron the darkness of modern Democracy into the full blase of enlightened humanity. WIirI care we, or v hat care the Uepubli rau party of the local triumph of the I)e mocracy in this Congressional District it is swallowed op in tUe great, the over whelming victory achieved iu three of tin...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 17 October 1860

e Ä. iY. tiL'DSOM, EDITOR. TUKKfc 11 4. UTE, IM). -av e WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17, 18C0 REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES. TOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN or ilixois. TOR VICK PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or MAINE. Presidential Electoral Tiefcet. Elector for the State at Large, WILL CUMBACK.of Delator. J DUX L. MANSFIELD, of Jefferson. District Electors. .at District C j rat M. Allen, of Knox ; nd District John W. Kay.ofClarhe ; JrJ District Morton C. Hunter.of Mouroe ; ub District John H. Farouabar. ol Franklin , Its, District Nelson Trnsler.of Fayette 81n District Reuben A. Kiley, or Hancock ; Ita District John Hann, or Putnam ; -e,a District-Samuel A. Huff, of Tippecanoe ; 'kh District James M. Ttner, of Miami ; loth District Isaac Jenkinson.of Allen ; llth District-David O. Dailey, of Huntington A Look after toe flattie. A review of the political battle field at this time is not without its instruction. The last two weeks has ir a J a decided chtDgC ID public opinion as to who is to be the success...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 17 October 1860

iK.gLfwii j 1 TV l vtt .iLjOCHv flJUV tiUvm I : ' ' " J. N.SILVEKTHOaX EDIT0U-i IarAXTiciDE -The body of a new Lern infant was found in the titer ye&unlaj . From indication io the vicinity, it ie mp posed thai it had teen Jborn upon the shore aod mace way with io this manner. Jfo clue ha jet been discovered to the in human mother. Siq. Blitz. A broad grin may te keen on the facet of our citizen all orer town this morning, from the mere announce ment that. Sig. Bli'.a is coming. No roan in this age ha attained auch a world wiJe celebrity as Siß. Blitz, and we expect to tee the City School House packed full on Wednesday and Thuriday nighta. More Fcstox Mobk Coxkohox. Since the Waterloo dsfeat of the Mquaitera on TueHday last we hear of new combinations to bi Llonest Old Abe. Make them up gentlemen , )ou may as w ll waste jour time in auch experiment as at anything else. We hold both bowt-ra, ace, king and queen, with lh "ten spn" for a "dck head." It will puzzle you to get a trick...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 17 October 1860

VALUABLE GIFTS, I WITH DOOKS AT- Geo. O-i Even's ORIGINAL o boote e. p sa LARGEST IN THE WORLD ! PERMANENTLY LOCATED r 4W CHESTNUT ST., PHILArF.LFlIi A. SIXTH TFAIl ml the KMEHPWUE CAM). Having purchased lle apaciou I rot. Baiidu.tf.Au. 43J Cl.ftnut Slrirt, fitted il up with rvery rnioCB tu la Citiiato ruj bu-iines, particularly thai brauch laruted to Country Uni TiJ IDO baVin; larger Capital llaau anj ihr, part ibTeaUd io tLe basines. 1 am no pr,rd to offer greater inducement, and better gill than ever to uj cotoiu. 1 ih urbuh any book ot a moral clir- acter, tue regular retail prie of hieb I $1 Of Upward", and give a present, woriK (run, SO cola to $100 Ith ticll book.aDO guarantee to give perfect ealietaction, 1 l tu dtcrtfiib(i to inaiolaiu lb reputativu Ircad' btord upon mj establishment, ötraugers Visiting Philadelphia, are ia Tiud t aall and judr Nr tbaiuaciras. O.G. EVAN 3. IP YOU WANT ANY BOCKS .HI TO 0E0KÜE 0. EVAN'S RBLIABLE SIFT BOOK ENTERPRISE, Ko.4MCHK-.rAfT STREET, Ka...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 24 October 1860

..... Ii illülijji I i - -r. V 1 H Hi 0 WHOLE NO. 945. TERRE-HAUTE,, INDIANA. OCTOBER 2d, 1860, ." ...'I-.. . . Ii .: , ' VOL. XIX. NO. 4(5 . i The result of tbe elections in Pennsylva nia, Ohio and Indiana on Tuesday, and in Delaware and Florida a f-w lay previ ously, affords a lesnon which should not be lost on those conservative, Union lov ing men who really wish to i. ecu re Lin coin' defeat and prevent th terrible ton- sequenns which we dread even to thiuic of, and which are ali.:ol cerlsiu to follow that event. Lauisiille Courier. The "tcrri!le consequences" referred to we suppose mast mean the dissolution be I ween the Democracy and the government patronage the dissolving of their right to suck of the government pan longer. It is "terrible" we must confess, and we can well understand why the editor of the Courier dreads to think of it. There can be bat little doubt thnt those things will h "almost certain to follow " in the event tl at Mr. Lincitln is elected. Yen they will a...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 24 October 1860

to R. N.IIUDSOS. EDITOR. TEURE HAUTE, IND. . .. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24, 18C0 REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES., TOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN ermxoii. TOR VICE PRESIDENT HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or MAIXI. Presidential Electoral Ticket. Electors tor the Statt at Large, VILL CUMBACK, of Delator, JJ1IN L. MANSFIELD, of Jefferson. D'ntriet Electors. ,al District Cyrus M. Allen, ofKnex; lad District John W. Kay , of Clarke ; rd District Morton C. Hunter.of Monroe; Uh District John II. Karqaanar, of Franklin , ich IMitricl NeloaTruier,oi rijou. fin District Kenben A.Kiley, or HancacK ; 21 a District Jofca Hanoi, or rntnam ; 4th DiatrieUSamuel A. Huff, of Tippecanoe ; nil District J a nie M. Tyner, of Miami ; .i k nwt.ii-t luic'JankiniOR. of Allen ; 1 Ith District David O. Dailey, of HnnUugton Mil. YA5CF.Y. Mr.Tancey.the great Southern fire eat er, theman who seems desirous, single handed and alone, to dissolve this Union, made a speech the other day in Cincin nati. It was eminently a Southern speecn. He stru...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 24 October 1860

gpntf 'g Liniment J. N.SILVKFITUORJC EDITOU. Tom. Corwin, C. B. IIIITH AVD PÄEÜ. .HAS8AUKEX, At Marsliail, Illinois. Wide-Awakea and Republican of Vigo couotj, remember, that tbeae three diitin gaiahed Republican era tori will be at Marshal!, on Friday, the 2Cth Inst. I -el ua go over iu ono eoliJ phalanx and id our brethren io their work of Faith and Labor of Lore. O What eaj jou boye ? U I Lara-a light two horte rhich I desire to eil. goo R. N. HUDSON. TnaxaseiviKo. Got. Uammond haa ia- auod bis proclamation, appointing the 2Dib daj of November aa a da of public thanksgiving and prajer throughout tb State. CTLast evening we beheld a large crowd of young rowdies, prancing up and down the street cursing, chewing Tobacco, smo king, and other very uouseful habits. TLome boja will ntkt great men! Discordaxt. Oar friend Col. Cookerlj forgetting the existence of the late Demo cratic parties, says the Republican party ii roaue up or discordant eleaaeota. Dia cordantis good -used bj a Demo...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 24 October 1860

r tue Vice Prealtlentlal mi na tion n toe DuhUi Ticket Tender cd to W.u. JU. Taucyl The Richmond Enquirer aajs: "We have received a. large number of letters from different farts of the Union, asking exact information as to the statement, made in several public speeches by one of our editors, concerning the tender of the Vic Presidential nomination, made by the Douglas men to the Hon. Wm. L. Tanrey. With the pressure of work now upon our hands, it ia impossible for us to answer all these severally. We trust that the fol lowing explanation will answer erery pur- poae." A member of the Virginia delegation to Charleston and Baltimore paid a visit to Mr. Yancjr, at Washington, juat previous to tie assemblage of the Baltimore Cou veotion. At the tame time, Mr. Yancy also received a visit from a very influential member of the New York delegation, a Iis tiuguished and ardent supporter and inti mate confidant of Mr.Douglas. The New Yorker commenced an unre served conversation with Mr. Yaiicy...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 31 October 1860

r E EXPRESS L IL WHOLE NO. 946. TERRMAUTE, INDIANA, OCTOBER 31. 1860, VOL. XIX. NO. 47 What Will the Snl h do! What will the South do ia cae Liocoln is elected, is a question ofteu asked, but whether in. seriousness or derision it is sometimes difficult to tell. We suppose however, if the American people should be set fortunate to elect Abraham Liocoln as their President, the South teiJ. lire under a Republican Administration. How it will not do this, we are at a loss to determine If one Southern man refuses tobe Post Master under a Republicat President, an other Southera mau may accept the ep pomtment. If however no otau South of Masou and Dixons Li in will hold the of' fiee, tbea the So nth will hire no Post Of fices tlat is all, and Northern pockets will save a larga amount of cash which is now taken from them and appropriated to keep up the postal arrangements of the South. If co one, who ia a citizen of a Southern S:ate will act as collecrto of customs, send some one, of the ma...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 31 October 1860

sc ETC! uao33Ksafts nrra tortss Ä. iV. HLDSO.. LDH Oll. TlIUltK HAUTE, IM). WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31, 1660 REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES. TOR FRISIDENT, ABRAHAM' LINCOLN or ilisoi. ' TOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF VAtXK. . A II ord . A the Presidential election is one week fron to-dsy. oar weekly Isue on Wednes- day, n The .ast, prior to the day when the citizen will be called upon to determine who hall be the President of the United States. It in aWays a matter of the great eat importance to select from the large number who are fit to be President, the most fitting man. These four yesr elec tions are a happy arrangement of our fa thers, and show the far seeing wisdom o the great men who formed this govern ment. The American people need socr periodic whiilwit.d och mental excite meet such political up risings a we have every four years. V ere it not for them would hare to seek excitement eUewhere excitement this people roost and will hate Since the formation of this General Got ernroen...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 31 October 1860

M,vvr .Ta,vu4v;a4- --O f- J j. y.siLYEitruoity editou. Ma. Enitoa: Many voters desire you to announce the nam of K. W. CONARD ts a can JiJsto for Mayor, to fill the unex pired terra of C. Y. Patterson, Esq, O We are authorized to announce the name of T. J. FOREST as a caodidate for Mayor to fill tho unexpired term of 0. Y. P.;noD. VJT We aaw two red cap meet on tbe street on Saturday, and after passing, both turned arouad in utter amazement, to find there were so many .left. ET Remember that Major Hahcock peaks a, the Court House, tbis evening. He il an able and eloquent speaker aad will be highly eoteitanio. are hare no doabt. Turn oat and bear him. O" The Journal says that the red caps of the Uoion Guard will be an eye sore to the B. It's, for many years. About seven Ytin wc nrtiami. the lenzth of time red j c uniforms were an eye sore to the patriots of the Revolution. I in CT The Local of the Journal calls tbe Democracy "once more to the breach." Then hsTf been so maoy breaches ...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 31 October 1860

Stirring Appeal ta Republicans. ! The Tribune adJresses its Republi can readers in the following stirring style..: o : : . : ." . , --.Btpiblicans of the rural districts! . the argument is nearly concluded; J vrhatremaics- to be done is to perfect 1 vour organizations so as to be sure mat, rain or sciu, every voter win oe at the polls. ; This is whar secured Le irloriouä .victory ia Maine; this is hat carried Pennsylvania by the j magnificent majority which has elec trified the whcla country. The highest vote ever before polled by any party m that State was 230,772 for Mr. Buchanan in 50, and now Col: Cur Lin,' in the fifiy-five counties from whicli we have offic'al returns, has 2 13,5G6, or nearly 1C,000 more than Buchanaa's vote in the entire State. Wide-Awake ttforts in bringing vot ers to the polls carried Pennsylvania; so it did Indiana, .while it doubled our majority in Ohio, and thus fore- showed unerringly the crowning tri umph of November 6th. Work to keep perfect the regis...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 7 November 1860

WA'BäSH BDD 1 iö .iDji5i5 Ml A fl U a WHOLE NO. 947. TERßE-HAUTE, INDIANA. NOVEMBER 7. 1860. VOL. XII NO. 48 Treason. Perhaps no government that ha ever been respected by its citizens, permitted to go unhang in officer, occupying high offi cial position, who had expressed his deter mination to plot treason against that gov ernment. No government can long hope to har the respect of other governments, or of its own people, that will not suppre treason wherever it may be found ; and an Administration io tbe American itepoblic. that will remain silent, and permit one of ,l.i:k... r ' . ... . ... u.SUCBk lUDcionin to piot treason, j m parlies concerned. should be 'strangled out of life by the j Oar colemporaries in behalf of the Uoi itrrmr, V.nf k 1.'. - on electoral ticket of Ibis State are still Q ws uv 'f-e Howell Cobb, the Secretary of the Uni ted State Treasury, a few days ago was ia the city of New .York. While there he avowed his disloyalty to the Union and hia intention, in commo...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 7 November 1860

R. fli.UUVSOIt, EDITOR. TKUltK HAUTE, 1,M). .a. - i, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 7.18C0 T11C ELKCTIO. .- Teaterday was a beautiful, bright sun shiny day, and oor people went to tbe polls, camlj.qaietly and peaceably depos ited tbeir Totes. We have never seen ao little excitement on election day. There was hardly any electioneering around tbe polls, eaih man having made up bis mind days ago bow be would vote, and none seemed anxious to change tbat determina tion. There was too much at stale for petty excitement and individual effort. The influence of no one man could have effected anything, and all appeared to be i impressed with this idea. Thus quietly and properly has passed off the great po litical campaign of I860 in Terre Haute another evidence that this people are ca pable of self-government. m Tille Towniblp. We give the returns, so far as heard from , d this morning's issue. This township bas dote gloriously increasing the major ity given for Col. Lane 154, and beating Douglas, Bell a...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 7 November 1860

p( j TlAi,iMluvrtU .ilJUi UlJUv viUviH 2T; i J. N.SILVERTH0Ü5 LI 'll'll- 111.' 1 I tJHITAll Ma. Eoitoi : Many toter Heme yoj to i A , , .... , .1 anaonoc the biib of K. W. CONAitD;to take plac0 to niht. 13ut.br twi U.e aa a candidal for Mayor, to fill the ana i cloud begat, to disperse, and the work of pired term of C. Y. Patterson, Eq, CT" We are authorized to noour-ce the name of T. J. FOUE3T as a cau lidate for Mayor to fill the unexpired term of O Y. PattenoB. XIe L.aeat Loose. Gibson IIocsi, Cin. Nor. 1, 1660. T ear kind hearted readere: The fact that two Locomotive were aent ut with the train that bore u from our be laved home waa but a small demonstra tion compared with that which awaited our arrival ia this city. How the people here learned we were coming waa a mystery to ua, but we found it out. That irrepressi ble telepraph operator called "Van" for abort had it appeared announced it by lightning io advance of the Superior, j alightiy. Well the consequence ws upon our ar r...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 7 November 1860

THEFENNSYLVANIA "A Soutd Mind inajlcultfoj iWt- ! VALUABLE GIFTS, vie AN tz C-ilA.rt.tVS fe ö ö q e NEW FIRM ! ttf ttf W TUX AN M Vtl.M INS üi EAiCB We ai's the attention of ths insuring pibl.c an J properij hdJLrs tothe follow ing liit of oil, reliable nnu highly respon sible Co.ua iii. We say without hesit.t tiun, or fv. ir of coutradiction, that they J ; none iu the United States IlHryjSlSS jjtASJECX.'of MartforJ. Conn. Cib c.ip.t.tl atiJ surplus, $."50, 273 91. July 1, 1533. CHAETIi OAS 3?1RF ASD HAXINE IT STTjUSJECJ.. of Hanfjrd.Conn. Cal capUil a ll surplus, accordioj to the i ' STorn and proven "Report, July 1.16C0 $3C6.0T3 31. KAJJ.IaTTA FIBS IXSTTKAKCE CO . No G3 WJI strei-t. '.Y. Incorporated ia lt?al. Forty year of eucccful bu siness Cash capital oa the first day tf Ju!T,"ltC3,$lG2,S41 55. T2 pass nas Itf3TJSA!.CE CO., of Van City of New York. Cash capital S233.033. 3a plus $73,510 23. HJjS JLT) TIES ISSUSNCCD.,No. 10 Wall street, X. T. , Cah capital $303, 033, with a lar...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 14 November 1860

.. :.u .i. i.v,-. ... .,.r..i u vote : i . I. . . . t. v.,.i - I ri . .1 1 SSIU to worn at , iBcj uui.ia y tv- i lsuu ...........................g .L..J.. .l,r nAr.rnm.ni -itK II -eher. for "Old Ah " krpt up. aad , the Wabash express.- WHOLE NO. 945. TERRMAÜTE. INDIANA. NOVEMBER 14. I860, VOL. XIX. NO. 49 T Will Sis Cowth SC09. This .it a auestion often asked, out do om see ma competent to answer it. Will the Soith secede became Mr. Lincolo is elected, appears to be the first question uppermost in the mind of II. We up poia oo one is able to answer this question and we will have to. wait (or the avert act. That South Carolina will attempt te secede tbere can be but little doubt. We do aot aee how she can maintain any consistency and do otherwise., She has blustered so much, gassed so much and threatened ao notch that it is now difficult toundersteod how she can help making the attempt. The mltempt bowerer, is as farm she will go. The sober second thought of her people will restrain ...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express. — 14 November 1860

will find In Boersave's Hollaad Bittens sare. .neu wuo reuieuy time ana acram n n;....:.;.. n n... a.vr araixtv. . aoaaar rrraa, : -JOCH C. KK4TCI, EO. M. B CO TT, alii' fPaito xprfss. A N.HUDSON, EDITOR. TEURE HAUTE. IND. WEDNESDAY.... NOVEMBER 14, 1860 Look at This! There are a great many persona who owe M for Job work, advertising and subscrip tion, who mast now pay na. "We hare waited as long at we can and settlement have "now to be made. TUE PIAYORALTY Pursuant to a call in yesterday's Ex press, the Republicans of this city met in Convention at the Court House last eve ning, and selected JOHN P. BAIRD.Esq.. as their candidate to fill the Tacancy oc .easioned in the office of Mayor by the re signation of C.Y. Patterson. No one can doubt bntthis is perhaps the most popular selection that could 'hare been made for this important office, and the Republicans of the city of Terra Haute hare but to be wide awake for a few days longer, and we will redeem our beautiful city from the Dem...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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