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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 24 March 1852

RX DAVID S. DANALDSOH, Proprietor, ,£ 4*rnt sh&if $4* WfTOTlTC NO 535 —.«** ***4 1© »3«« l«* ilvJjij ^j, Correspondence of the Express. -r*» St.Pacl, Mikkmota, Feb. 22,1852. Friend. Danaldton *#£,--$ Having lately had a conversation with tbe Rev. Mr. Tanner, a missionary balf-brecd of die Otawas, of Pembina, 'which interested me very much I thought it would probably intereat the public especially the religious portion of community, to give you a synopsis of it. He has, until lately, been living at, or near the Selkirk settlement, and having a great anxiety to relieve his people, i. e., the Obigpewas and Crees from their heathenish degradation, and spread before them, the everlasting truths of the Gospel and point to them the Savior of all mankind, he therefore determined to leave wife, children and friends, and seek out his brother, the principal war chief of the Chippewas, and see if he could not induce him to forsake his favorite employment and turn his thoughts into a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 24 March 1852

¥. «, aie 4 I 1 TEE WMlffl MISS. OFFICE EA8T OF THE COURT-HOUSE. D. S. DASALDSOK, Editor E E A E Wednesday Morning, March 24, 1852. W I I E For Governor, NICHOLAS McCARTY, of Marion. -For Lieutenant Goternor, \VM. WILLIAMS, of Kosciusko. For Treasurer of State, ACHILLES WILLIAMS, of Wayne. For Auditor of State, DOUGLASS MAGUIKE, of Marion. For Secretary of State, JOHN OSBORN, of Clay. For Reporter of Supreme Court, A. L. OSBORN, of Laporte. For Clerk of Supreme Court, JAMES A. STRETOH, of Grant. For Superintendent of Common Schools, AARON WOOD, of Putnam. Judges of the Supreme Court. Firtt District—Jons B. Hows, of Lagrange •CH.UII.E9 DEWEY, of Clarke. Second. Third Fourth ,I DAVID MCDONALD, of Monroe. —SAMCIX. B. GOOKIXB, of Vigo. E E O A I E For Senatorial Electort, HENRY S. LANE, PLEASANT A. HACKLEMAN. For Distriot Elector. 1.—Lemuel Q. DeBruIer, of DuboU. •.—John D. Ker(tu«on,o(Clarke. j, C*pt. Scott Carter, of Swltteriind. 4 —Jobn H. Karquhar, of PranKlln. Oavid Klljrorc, of De...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 24 March 1852

•*& 6 HEXRY ft. *~pwm DI6TAKT XABKXT8. BY TELEGRAPH. Kkw OauAKB, March 18. Tha produce market is* quiet. Mess pork lias declined to fl6,25@$16,50 bacon sides 9| (gt9jc shoulders 7|@6fc. Keg lard 9Jc barrels firm, 8J@8$c. Sales of whiskey at 18^@ 17}. Corn, 30,000 bnshels sold at 4&@47c.— Lard oil 85c Linseed 68c. Rio coffee at 9@ 94c. Sales of Ohio flour at $3,90. 7*c. 100 tierces of rice at $3,37@$3,45. Or-!a leans sugar *4*. Molasses 21c Cardenas HOME MARKET. I The Lafayette Journal savs: Corn is still selling in the street at 23@§5c Wheat 52 to 55. But little animation in the flour market —held at $3,00 wholesale, and $3,25 retail. It is estimated that the amount of Coru, shelled and unsholled, lying in our warehouses at present is 175,000 bushels. The Perrysville Eagle quotes corn at 22@ 24 wheat 50. The Terrible Acoldent on the Erie Ra: Further Particulars.—We published yesterday, tinder our (olograph head, an account of a terrible accident, on.Tuesday, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 24 March 1852

:HB|S 39 cH 81® JahcaJUT,. ., Paaai^r,... SkPTUfBSfc, O«T0»M, 5 6 $ 1000 lbs. Red Lead 36 300 Dry while do.-15 100 kegs Turo do.60 700 lbs. BritlSii Lustre,30 500 100 400 300 300 700 200 150 900 80 100 100 TltKSR fSSitllll COUNTING.HOUSE «£k I£a SXI CS VOK THE TEAR OF OUB LORD, 1852. 1 [Baing Bissextile or Leap Year.} SOS. "I *JH *|i & 5 •g 1-3 I 22 23 24 25 26 27 28s6 27 29 MA*CE, 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 18J5 42 7 8 9 10 11 12 13)6 9j5 51 14 15 16 17 18 19 20,6 0!6 0 21 22 23 24 25 26 27|5 51 6 9 28 29 30 31 Arm 1 2 3 5 42.6 18 4 5 f» 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 1? 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Mat,. Jem, JcLT, AcOL'iT,. 5 34 6 26 5 17 6 43 5 9 6 51 6 58! 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 4 5517 5 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 4 23 24 25 26 27 20 29 4 30 31 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 11 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 34 50 7 1 0 45 7 15 41 7 19 3917 21 4 5 6 7 8 9 104 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 4 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 March 1852

'Wilis lfb. Ir'Jk- 4Mb- ai::. ^J&'i Sii %V «••'-'*T4 -*. Vf 1 ****»,,, DATED S. DAHALDS01T, Proprietor. .WHOLE NO. 536, speak ions of the existing law, sewn (,0 j(, eight hundred district trustees entitled toj pay. The gentleman from Warren. Mr. |1|lv^ Bryant) better acquainted with the munite details of this system than.1. estimates the time usually employed by each district trustee to be from six to ten days. I .take the smallest number six days at seventylive cents, making four dollars each and thus we have upwards of thirty thousand dollars a year, as the present expense of these district officers alone. This bill abolishes the office and (Unless the tdiVnship trustees charge more than formerly) we tints save this enure! amount, to the school fund. in this change, beyond the mere reduction of officers and saving of money. By ma king the township tlie smallest legal subdivision, we have the township trustees free to locate schools wherever they are most needed governe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 March 1852

Til WfflflEXITO. OFFICE EAST OP THE CC1XKT-H0U8E. D. S. DANALDBON, Editor. E E A E Wednesday Morning, March 31, 1852. W I I E For Governor, NICHOLAS McCARTY', of Marion. For Lieutenant Governor, M. WILLIAMS, of Kosciusko. For Treasurer of State, ACHILLES WILLIAMS, of Wayne. For Auditor of State, DOUGLASS MAGUlfcE. of Marion. For Secretary of State, .. JOHN OSBORN, of Clay. For Reporter of Supreme Court, A. L. OSBORN, of Laporte. For Clerk of Supreme Court, -TAMES A. STRETCH, of Grant. For Superintendent of Common Schools, AARON WOOf), of Putnam. Judges of the Supreme Court. First District—Jon* B. How*, of Lagrange. Heeond —CHARM* DEWEY, of Clarke. Third —DAVID MCDONALD, of Monroe. Fourth —SAMCEL B. GOOKIXS, of Vigo. E E O A I E For Senatorial Elector$i HENRY S. LANE, PLEASANT A. HACKLEMAN. For District Elector*. 1—Lemuel d. DeBroler, of Dubois. 5—John D. P,ergo«on, ofClarke. 5.—Capt. Beott Carter, of 8 wiuerland. i.—Joba It. Parquhar.of Pr*pkltn. 3.—David Kitgore, of Delaware. 6.—Fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 March 1852

The Clay Medal.—The caxpet-bag of Mr. BtrTLsa, which contained the Clay medal, the abstraction of which in the city of New York has been mentioned, was found recently, broken open and rifled of its contents. The original sobteribcri have resolved to have another medal struck for Jtfr. Ctat, and declined the liberal offer of Mr. Birrlee to furnish one at bis §, own expense. IS Messrs. Ei crlon & Biv., of Baltimore, have •cot as their lottery card for April, and rather bin It they could Mil as kigk prize. We suppose we have abetter chance to be struck by lightning tut we are not particular if they wish any ad*erti»itiF, we would try the good luck of their office. See to It. Law." Smith, Mr. O. F08TKR SMITH, of Terre-Haute, to Miss KUK1CE, daughter ofW*, J. Hrssnn, Esq., of this city. Pure and holy as the lovers of the angel*, I* the *11ken tie binding such noble heart* I "O happy lot, and hallowed, even as the Joy of onpel*. Where tbegoldrn chain of godliness i* entwined w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 March 1852

I \t COUNTING-HOUSE Ua S3T C33 TO* TUB xe.tft Oi OUll LOBD, AraiL,.. 1852. star J.« ,"i? I«ny, g" auva- j., '(Mag Bissextile or Leap Year"} D&smrm -.asr- im -s mte .*a, .1 i-M S 5 •«S *'.£ fcs f,'1'— JipV AMI tf*- fuiuar, M*»c*,. i*?'- 9 10 11 12 13 14 15|4 55] 7 f» 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 4 50]7 10 23 24 25 26 27 21 29 1 13*7 15 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 1 41 7 19 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 39j7 21 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 4 38 1 20 21 22 23 21 25 26 4 36 mm JTJHK,-...-.---1 la 9* tmoitf 3 viT imm ^^1^28 29 30. Ki 1 2 3, 'i 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 SO 21 22 23 24 v, Atousi,.^! 1 a a*r XXHan*,- 26 27 28 29 30 Orrosck,. NcrriKBEft,. DxOtMSM, '•M'**i"' Ting TORE WINES and BRANDY, BOURBON, and RYE WHISKEY Ac., for sale at Cuningham's Wholesale Drug Store. J. R. CUNING1IAM. JApril 2,1851-16-tf Bxs the New and oomraotUons briek build* lj rlfrtpg ,,w.u' speetftilly inform his former patrons and the travelling public ccaerally. that his house is DR. 8. A. WEAVER'S «. Canker and Salt Rheum ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 April 1852

1'".': 1 Sen T-sPwSSj iMi|i •it.jffiij" -[lar^'l P# "•f 4p|$te. & t.* *r ftyt- %g,#gs^ 1|. ,fif W vl" .1fti -i^i i^-' II"- liiiiifl II •ii'i l"'i"-rfTnfcv^,-ili.iin Prom the Kitional intelligencer Democratic Convention in Downingville, IJf THE 8TATE OV 7b choose a Delegate to the Baltimore Convention, and decide on the Presidency!^ sfjft DOWNIH'GVILI.B, STATE OF MAINE. March 10, 1852, According to a call from Uncle Joshua. the chairman, posted up in the usual places —that is, on the mcetin-house, and on the center school-house, and on Bill Johnson's store—the adjourned meeting from February 9 was held this evening in the center school-house. Democrats all on hand, without distinction of party, and the school-house chock full before seven o'clock. On taking the chair, Uncle Joshua called the mcetin to order, and address them as follers: "Gentlemen and feller-Democrats, before we take up the business of the evening, I feel it my duty to say a few words about the present st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 April 1852

wmsi TH MM OFFICE EAST OF THE COtTBT-HOUSE. D. S. DANALD80N, Editor. E E A E Wednesday Morning, April 7, 1852. W I E For Governor, NICHOLAS McCARTY, of Marion. For Lieutenant Cfovernor, WM. WILLIAMS, ofKbiciasko. For Treasurer of State, ACHILLES WILLIAMS, of Wayne. •4& For Auditor of State, SjS DOUGLASS MAGUI&E. of Marion. For Secretary of State, JOHN OSBOR.V, of Clay. For Reporter of Supreme Court, A. L. OSBORN, of Laporte. For Clerk of Supreme Court, JAMES A. STRETOH, of Grant. For Superintendent of Common Schools, AAI102» WOOD, of Putnam. Judges of the Supremo Court. First District—Jobs B. HOWE, of Lagrange. Second —CfiARi.es DKWEY, of Clarke. Third Fourth —DAVID MCDONALD, of Monroe. SAMUEL B. GOOKI.VH, of Vigo. ELECTORAL TICKET. •r. 1 For Senatorial Electors, HENRY S. LANE, PLEASANT A. HACKLEMAN. For District Elector*. 1.—Lemuel (J. DeBruler, of Dubois. 8.—John I). Ferguson, of Clarke. 3 Capt. Scott Carter, of Switzerland. 4.—Jonn fl. Harquhar, of Frankli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 April 1852

tBBWWSikSUSfcaWE g» *f "til vf I OCT The scarlet fever has recently pre vailed to some small extent in this place but we believe it has now ceased. Lost creek lately, also, was visited with the same. Some time since, we published ,the following new mode of treating the Idisease, but finding it again in the National Intelligencer, reported upon by a medical association of high character, we hare confidence in the mode, and again publish it for the benefit of the public: Scarlatina. *1 Some fifteen months ago our paper was indebted to Dr. H. LIKDSLT, of this city, for the recommendation of a remedy for that terror of families, the SCARLET FJBVBR. Wc observe that the prescription of Dr. L. was reported on by a committee of the American Medical Association at its last meeting. We subjoin an extract from its journal. Extract from the Report of the Committee on Practical Medicine, made to the American Medical Association at the annual meeting in Charleston in 1851. SCARLATINA.—A novel met...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 April 1852

COUSTING-HOUSE Jltsu -&X US' jASrrA&T,. FEBRUASr,. Mat.. Jcx*,.. C33 .B,„JOB,TliE TEAR OF Oi,'.H LQR»,, fesrtfcwt«.n rlr OILS, PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS, &o„ 6 bbls. Linseed Oil, 50 Boxes Wind. Glass, Lard 12 Star Candles, 0 1852. .j*.b vMSM? [Being Bissextile or Leap Tear «T 1 27 2J 29 30 I Jolt, Acocst,., Septembee,. OcTOBEH,. .', Notimdeh,. Dsoimbkh,. Turpentine, 8 Rosin S6ap, Alcohol, 3 bbls. Copal Varnish Span. Whiting,25 gals. Coach Rosin, 36 Black 1000 lbs. Red Lead 36 Japan 300 Dry white do.45 Neat's ft. Oil, 100 kegs Pure do.60 Castor Oil, 700 lbs. British Lustre,30 Pure Olive Oil, 500 Black Lead, 150 lbs Nitric Acid, 100 Lithargo, 400 Sulphuric do. 400 Venetian Red,4 bbls Planter Paris, 300 Yellow Ochre,6 Fish Oil. 300 Span. Brown, 3 White Chalk, 700 Gr'd. Logwood,"00 lbs. Bar Lead, 200 Ext. clo. 400 Copperas, 150 Castile Soap, 40 Am. Vermillion, 200 Pearl Staren, 36 gals. Sporm Oil, 80 Chro. Yellow, 100 Us. Indigo, 100 Green, 300 Alum. 100 Par...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 April 1852

^1 I i- Si L». & Is -4W- WBPJWR 4-&*%a jft. ifttfrr -*-'1fc ««3§ **«&& •€& ..r-u a*** ^fS5 -MOLE NO. 538. EXTRACTS FKOK THE SPEECH Of LEWIS D. CAMPBELL, OF OHIO, in the Haute of Representative*, March 5, 1852. on Presidential Platforms—Internal Improvements—the just demands of the Mississippi Valley—andthe In-Land Lakes '. The House having resolved itself into Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, (Mr. JOSES, of Tennessee, in the chair,) and resumed the consideration of the special order, being House bill No. 7, for the encouragement of Agriculture, C/Ommerce, Manufactures, and other branches of industry, by granting to every man, fcc., one hundred and sixty acres of land and upon which question the gentleman from Ohio [Mr. CAMPBELL] was entitled to the floor— Mr. CAMPBELL said: ""V Mr. CHAIRMAN My constituents have not sent me here to manufacture presidential capital, or to construct presidential platforms. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 April 1852

TP WM1 EXfllS. 0?F£0S EAST 0? TH2 COtTST-HOtTSE. D. 8. DANALDS01T, Editor. -V a Wednesday Morning, April 14," I85C WHifii TICKET. Fur Goorrntr, 4 NICHOLAS McCARTY, of Marian. For Lieutenant Governor, W.M. WILLIAMS, of Kosciusko. For Treasurer of State, ACHILLES WILLIAMS, of Wayne. For Auditor of State. "DOUGLASS MAGU1RE. of Marion. For Secretary of State, JOHN 03B0RN. of Claw For Reporter of Supreme Court, *., A. L. OSBORN, of Laporte. For Clerk of Supreme Cmrt, JAMES A. STRETOM. of Grant. For Superintrfidcnt of Cjutmin Schoolj, AARON WOOD, of Putnam. Jadgas of ths Saprema Court., First District—loan B. IIowx. of Lagrange. —Ca.uit.K9 Dirwtr, of Chrke. Second Third Fourth —David McDoxald, of Monroe. —Samuel B. Gookixb, of Vigo. E E O A I E For Senatorial Electort. HENRY S. LANE, PLEASANT A IIAOKLEMAN. Far DUtriot Eleoion. V.—Lemuel t*. DeBruler, of Dubois. 5.—John P. F«rgu«oti,ofCt*rtte. 3.—Capt. Scott Carter, of Switzerland. i.—John H. Parquhar, of Pr-mklln. 5.—David Kilgore, of Del...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 April 1852

DISTAKT XABXXT8. kt-»b TBLBORAPH. Nkw-Yorx, April 9. Flour declining—1800 bbls State sola at $4,25@ $4^6. Corn Indiana 56 (g 57 2500 busheis, yellow, sold at 66|. Pickled meats buoyant 900 shoulder extra hams 9|. Lard scarce, held at 9]@9|- Whiskey held at 20J @201 "Wheat $105T Bye 78. Poax—Sales of 3,500 bbls mess at tl7@$l7,374 prime $16,12}. Beef—Sales 300 bbls prices unchanged. Lsrd—500 bbls sold at @9Jc keg I0f@l01c. New-Om.saxs. April In the markets there are no changes in prices flour steady at $3,10@$3,15, the receipts being no more than equal to city demand Whiskey 15c. Provisions firm, the views of buyers ard ecMers being somewhat variant and safes not large 200 hnds baron sides Sold at 8jc mess pork held at $16 100 hhds prime pugar sold at 5Jc. and 65 hhds low fair at 5jc 500 bbls molasses sold for future delivery at 31 Jc and 300 on the spot at 31c. Election, Monday, April 19th. By We are authorized to announce ISAAC M. RAY, as a candidate for Justice of the Peace, to fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 April 1852

CQUKTING-HOUSE L£a S5££ 53T FOR THE TTKAR OF OlrB LORD, 2^1852. £y, (Being Bissextile or Leap Tear -H .*• i* I" ,i -'-ft* 'OSSm" Febeuast, £9 Mascx, Atma,. Acinar, mtaeatKsa SUN. -o "2 at */i Is jAxvxar,. S= &. -3 =e SQ 3j7 2044 49 10'7 17j4 43 2 3 4 5, 9 10 11 12 J3|(j *17 8 44 15 16 17 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2? 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Mat, Jvrtx,. Joir,. 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7j5 5'6 55 8 9 10 11 12 13 14|5 12,6 43 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 5 2016 40 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 5 2el6 33 29 30 31 SuTsuBzn,.. 1 2 3 4:5 37|6 23 5 6 7 8 9 10 1115 4616 14 12 13 14 15 16 17 18*5 54 6 6 19 20 21 22 23 24 25(6 3 5 57 26 27 23 29 30 Octobsk,....V.. 1 2j6 l2|5 48 3 4 5 6 7 8 9(6 2115 39 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 6 3015 30 17 19 19 20 21 22 23,6 38J5 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30(6 46.5 14 31 1 NoTMBftXi* 1- 2 3 4 5 8 5i|5 7 8 3 10 11 12 13,7 2,'4 58 •i'ii•',••• 14 15 16 17 18 19 20|7 84 52 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 7 13 4 47 23 29 30 Dsoshsu, 1 2 3 4 7 I8j4 42 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 7 21:4 39 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 April 1852

[I ps| If I ft aatfe 5 -r iil' *3 1 ,* r", A If 1\ •IT iSOT^ sf ipft&ii &i DATXD 5. DA3TALM0*, Proprirtor. .1' '{.".~V "V, WH5jnoTS9. ,f ori«t*i maunm«t. T. T. Meadows, Esq., translator to H. B. M.'s consulate in China, recently read a paper before the Asiatic Society of London, upon executions in China. In the coarse of this paper the following account is given of the execution of thirty-four "rebels or banditti:" The Bcene occurred at the ordinary place of execution at Canton, where it is stated that more than five hundred human beings have been put to death within the past eight months that Mr. Meadows was accompanied by two English residents at Canton and that he found in the place, which he entered by a strongly guarded door, a few of the lower officials, but no visible preparations of any kind, except a cross at which the thirty-fourth criminal was to be cut up, and a fire of fragrant sandal-wood burning before the shed where the Mandarins sat to superi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 April 1852

mm 022LCZ EAST OF THE COURT-HOUSE. 9. 8. BAlffALDSOS, Editor. E E A E Wednesday Morning, April 21,1852. WHIG TICKET. For Governor, NICHOLAS McOARTY, of Marion. For Lieutenant Goner nor, WM. WILLIAMS, of Kosciusko. For Treasurer of State, ACHILLES WILLIAMS, of Wayne. For Auditor of State. DOUGLASS MAGUlkE. of Marion. For Secretary of State, JOHN OSBORN*. of Clay. For Reporter of Supreme Court, A. L. 03BORN, of Lanortc. For Clerk of Supreme Court, JAMES A. STRETCH, of Grant. For Superintendent of Common School*, AARON WOOD, of Putuara. Judges of the Supreme Ooart. First District—JOB* B. HOWE, of Lagrange. Second —CrtAHLKS DEWJEY, of Clarke. Third —DAVID MCDOSALD, of Monroe. Fourth SAXUEL B. Gooaiss, of Vigo. ELECT ORAL TICEET. For Senatorial Electort. HENRY S. LANE, PLEASANT A. HACKLEMAN. For Distriot Electors. 1.—Lemuel «. DeBruler, of Dubois. 2.—John D. Fer«u»on, of Clarke. 3.—C«pt. Scott Carter, of SwfUerland. •1.—John H. Paniuhar, of fr»nkll». 5.—David Kilgore, of Delaware. J.—Pab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 April 1852

A VALUABLE I I S O I A MP HE undersigned proposes to publish itt book form tee Coarse of Lectures delivered before the "TAUUE-HATRRK MJECHAXICS' HwroaiCAI. SoctEtT,-" during the past winter, which ariasKllows Influence of Physical Science on Civilization.— By STEPHEN (J. DOME, ESQ. Unity.—By RET. M. A. JEHTETT Hungary and Kossuth.—By Holt. R- W. THOMBSO*. r. Charles Fottrisr—His Life and WrUmys.—By RET. JOHX ALLKX. The Heroes of Truth.-—By A. R. Srorroan, ESQ. The History of the Sleam Engine.—By Prof. W. 'Twisixo. German Literature —By ALI»JLBT LAXOE, ESQ. The Puritan.—By Rev. W. M. CBEKTEE. Cortes and the Aztecs.—By Dr. E. READ. Being fully convinced that a more interesting voltwne could not be presented to any community, franght with the interest of thi here proposed, induces the pubiifthc ill ubii*her to believe that this heme enterprise will meet with a heart welcome, by all lovers of useful and valuabl historical information and facts—facts which Cannot bn culled from pages of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 April 1852

•Hi OR. _T^-" KRH Castile Soap, 40 Pearl Starch, 36 F.wVlnclanatl ANA IIISlSSSI II HIMIBIIM III! 1 Ti ll Rntcrrd MT«vljBC to Act ofOon.:iv»r, In the year mi, by J. s. HOUGHTON, M. !., in U» clerk'a QOm of »h* Dtntrirt' Court ftw the Eastern District of Penmwlrnola- Another Scientific.Wonder! A ORE AT CURE FOR mij? •DYSPEPSIA! J. S. HOUGHTON'S :CTBI fwtts THK TKUK DIGESTIVE FLUID, OK, UASTRIC .5!'5tK PREP ACH 1EBIG. HOUGHTON' This DYSPKP81A JAU5DICE. CONST1 PATIo*, and DKBILITV, Cujicg after S* ture's own method, by Mature** own Agcat, tie G" trie Juice. Tp* Half a teaapaonful of Pirsm, infused in water, wilidlgeat or dissolve, Fici Pound* of Rcati Beef about tisa hon*s, cut of tUo stomach.. PEPSIN i»~+ke Chief element, or Great BisejUng PEPSIN cnicr element, or ft and REMARKABLE. SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE I BARON LIEB1G In bis celebrated work on Anlnwl Chemistry, *ay»: "An Artindel Dicentlve Fluid, analagou* to the Gastric Juice, may be readily prepared from tlie mucous membrane of the Mt...

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