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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 14 November 1860

V tmimtni J.N.SILVEItTUORS ........EDITOR. rOK HIAVOU, JOHN P. BAIRD. The Trinmpn of Freedom! IcrrcIIaute in a Diaze! niREPfiESSIBLE ENTHUSIASM! Bonfiers and Music ! We are all Republicans ! Last sight was the crowning gl-rj of ta campaign the gayest demonstration rtr witnessed io Terre Haute. Elaborate preparations bad been mi.de during the day io which all participated men, wo men, and children, even some of the Dena- . . i - . i . wvishs uras a didu in arraying me cut id gay attire, and it wan gay The people were all alive to the importance ot toe oc casion. Nature herself seemed to partici pate in the general joy, and was all day in i. . ... . r dw smiting raooa. we care never leoa a more lortlj day, bright, balmy and beautiful. By evening Ibe city vii crowd ed with strangers who had come to witness the pageaat. At dark the display commenced and in a moment, as it were, the entire city was io a blaze. Bon-fires en evert corner, and Main st. fron the corner of 1st. to the Railroa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 14 November 1860

BascomuO, 1 (Swccetior to S. II. Fretman) c 11 .UL.GQD CLOCKS, WATCHES, ' ! Y - V : 57 1 r 3T , PERE3C0PI0 SPECTACLES, Fine CntWy. Fancy Notions. &c. . w WE HAVE IN STORE forsaleatthe lowest prices, for the following articles: AND CASH, CLOCKS, Ofvarloue stvles and nalteraa. both French and American In Alabaster. Majble. Iron and Wood Cases. WATCHES, We hare America aad Bagltth, la heavy hunt Inj Cases; alto, a large assortment ol Swiss V, etches la DiamoaJ, Silver Caees. Kaamelled, Gold and KINOS, Diamond Pearl, Hab, Emerald, Amethyst, Oayg,Carbnecle,Garnei aad other One Kings. SETTS OF JEWELRY. Ltva, Coral. Amethyst. Etruscan, Carbuncle, J , .wosalo.aad other Baa sous of Jewelry. GOLD CHAINS, Te ,Pob,Chatalala aad If eck Chalas. Alse, CetUNeck Castas. 8LEEVE BUTTONS, Of arloce patterns, such" as Coral, Etruscan, Gar jaacle, Gold Stone and plala. OOLD BRACELETS, Of various styles; Qoli Thimbles, Gold Lockets, Keys, Charms, Minlatare Pins, Crosses, Bead Clasps, Seels, Go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 21 November 1860

B WHOLE NO. 9J9. TERRE-HAUTE, INDIANA. NOVEMBER 21 1860, VOL. XIX. NO. 50 r im WA BAS EX YS r Secession IS Dletsnlem. The news frora the South is still inter esting. a hat climate eeenis to be produe tire of traitors. South Carolins still threatens Ii secede, and it ii somewhat dif Sealt te understand what she meana by Setessiaa. A peaceable secession is nothing a word conjured up for political effect. Foreeabte eeeessioa it dissolution nothing more, nothing less. What is the secession of one State in this Union from the rest, oat a dissolving of all the ties which bind the whole together a breaking op of thpartnership ? How eaa a State secede ? What is the mod as operandi by which it ii to be done? What is it that constitutes secession? Sap pose one of the Townships of Vig county, becoming dissatisfied with the individuals who hare been elected county Cons missioners, should conclude to secede and organised a government wholj and entirely independent ef the rest of tha county T Do ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 21 November 1860

R. iV. HUDSON, EDITOR. TEUKE II A UTE, IXD. m WEDNESDAY.. ..NOVEMBER 21, I860 Mr. Douglas letter. Oa the 12th inst., just six daji after the Presidential electioo. Judge Douglas was invited by a large Dumber of gentlemen, to address them in the city of Hew Orleans. He did Dot delirer an address, bat be wrote a letter, which io the main is very good, bat which in ooe particular is exceeding contemptible. He takes decided grounds against secession, and sajs that the election of Lincoln is do cause whatever for such an event. We do tot propose to review-tbe letter however at this time, but io one particular. Io speaking of Mr. Lie col a he says: "In a minority io both boosas of Con press; with the Supreme Court to expound the laws and restrain all illegal and un constitutional acts, the President will be Utterly powerless for evil, if be should bate the disposition to do wrong Even in tin distribution of his patronage, he he would be depecdent upon the Senate for the couferrxa-ioa of b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 21 November 1860

CINCINNATI MARKET. s Cixcinnati, Nor. 20. FLOUR E'our very dull, superfine sold at $4,50 and not uianj buyers at this rate. WHEAT Wheat decreased 5c per bashel and dull at 90 for prime red, and I dollar for prircc white. CORN Coro le lower and dull. OATS Oats dull at 28. WHISKV WhUky declined to I5al5i closing dull. HOGS Hog dull and heavy, closing unsettled. 2,000 bead told 6 i 6,23, closing with no buyer at over 6 dollsrs. Receipt for the week according to the price current are 49,000, and for tbe season 83,000 against 62,000. Last year mesa pork at 15.75. NEWlrORKMARKET. Naw York, Nov. 20. FLOUR opened rather steady with a good , demand, but shipper fthowing no disposition to operate. Tbe market is heavy and unsettled. Sales 8,000 bb!s 430a5, super täte 5a525 extra state 4,80a5 super western 5a545. Terre Haute Produce Market APPLES jDry Hydea 1214 Dried perbusue..! 25 LARD per lb 11U Green" 5O$C0i LEATHER BACON Sole & 2ft?29 Hams 9 B 12;. Harness do 3032 Shoulders, B ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 21 November 1860

Fall Goods! Fall doods UP STAIRS! I1QI 0 TMH FLA "Buckoo Cash Store Inside, through M Dry 9 4 ra JSIowr Stools. ! CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS WINDOW II1ADSI, UlltlUlli,, Elise Furiihiij Gold ! OCCUPTIJ AK UPMR KOOOM, War aaajeet U ND ElPllil I tba J partiaeal. we will sell at a vawy Small advance over ooe. ! Three-Ply. Brussels, Ingraii, Wool DiUi, Yaiitiaa, Rag, Litt, Hemp, Coli, YYo!, COM3 A SD SS 3! PIICHAIlIf ya will .Hrrti4t kk E X Tit r U X LT low ruci. - - We arslUagCareBV. Curtain I&09J, Windu Comic 4 ßan-ie, Pins, Crds and Text!, Pictteredo. and 2aouldirf$ for Pieiur. on Ia 60LD, YKLYBTa lATIV.tti BORDERS TO MATCH. L. RITE fc SO., Dry God lid Cornet DroUrQ. VHEElEBa'WKSOIß 21,000 Sold During the Year 1859. Being DOUBLE THE NUMBRK seid darin the nine time by soy other Sewing Maefcia Wanufactnrer in the country. WARRENTED FOR THREE TEARS ! And mney refunded if they ftiltobeas represeaied. In order t thoroughly prove their praetieibility and general usefulness, we do al ki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 28 November 1860

. ' ... WHOLE NO. 9-50. TERRE-HAUTE, INDIANA. NOVEMBER 23 i860, VOL. XIX. NO. 51 W ABA S I Uli ) M I r STATE AGKHT. Th offic of A ire nt cf Stat is a mere sinecure. It cost $5.000 per year, yet it buncess can b done for $5WJ. We are twin of th difficult? of abolishinsr thii offic. It will b pleaded that th Butler Bill requires interest tob pid in New Yark. So it doe, bat a responsible New York Banker proposes to do it for $500 per a- a a. a. i ear. tiu we real aimcuity is not mu. There are some 200 good men, moat of whom hare never bad an office, though oft they bare tried, that see in this tbe consummation of their hopes. W bav in thiecity tome fifteen or twenty of theto. Theae will each eee that aar Represents lives and Senatora vote for continuing the office, confidently expectiog that each of them will get the place. I he other loa will each surround hi man, and each plead the Constitution, the Butler Bill.and their noneroua scare, a arguments, first for th office, then for the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 28 November 1860

im'. R. N.HUDSOX, EDITOR. TKKItK IIAITTE, IND. WEDNESDAY. ...NOVEMBER 29,1860. Tns Calted State Senate. Who will the Republican Legislature this winter select to fill Graham N. Fitcbea place la the United States Senate, is a qu estioo often asked? There are several aspi rants spoken of, but evidently the whoice r the State ia Col. Henry S. Lao, er Oliver P. Morton. Either t'te one or the other will be selected. The contest ia between tkem all other are out of the ring. It it somewhat difficult for a ciiisen of Indiana. looking aloneto the public good, to determine which of these distinguished gentlemen the bet interest of the State demands should be selected to fill this important position. If Col Lane i elected, Indiana will not on ly be ably represented in the National Senate, but ahe will find io O P Morton, an efficient and economical Governor; and the ssme will be the result, should the Legislator choee to elect Mr. Morton t the Senate. In either case Indiana will have a good C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 28 November 1860

m rOciimlniait J. N.SILVERTHO TT7. EDITOR. DAILY AND WEEKLY WABASH BXPHESS. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. On Monday text the 2nd session of the 3Cth Congress, of the U. S. will assemble in Washington City. The Legislatures of tnnnv of the States will assemble daring the months of December and Janoarj, and from row until the 4th of March the news from all portions of the Union, and especially from the seat of the Federal OoTero meet, an J the Capitol of our own State will be looked for with inten anxiety, Now is the proper time to subscribe for the Wabash Express. Oar facilities for receiving news from all parts of the couotrj are equal to those of my of our coteniporaries, and we will tr .Lin to lay before our readers by 7 o'clock eacH morning, an account of erery important transaction wh:cli occor ' throughout tbe Union. eal of the Rocky Mountains, up to 12 o'clock t'ia night pre vious. We will give full Congressional proceedings, an well as proceedings of our State Legislature. We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 28 November 1860

I KUES He LEAN & CEAITE'S rlas AND MARINE INSU SÄ X : AGENCY CE We ask the attention of the insuring public anl property holders to the following list of old, reliable and highly responsible Companies. Wc say With-it hesitation, or fear of contradiction, that tbey stand second to pone ia the United States. HAÜTF0ED INSURANCE C 3., of IlartforJ, Conn. Cah capital and surplus, $333,273 94. July 1.1SC0. CHARTER OAK 'FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO., of Hartford, Conn. Cash rirral ami Rumlus. according to their r ( ' - worn and proven Report, July 1,1 8G0, $33G,070 31. MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE CO., No, 63 Wall street, N.T. Incorporated - in 1821. Forty years of successful business. Cash, capital on the first day of July, 160,$ 1G2.811 35. THS PARK TIRE INSURANCE CO., of the . City of New York. Cash capital $250,039. Surplus S7j,510 20. HUM 3 OLD FIRE INSURANCE CO., No. 10 Wall street, N. Y. Cash capital $300,000, with a large surplus. The above Companies' have all complied with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 5 December 1860

J. V r it r? pi j. h 1 j Si A EXPRESS WHOLE NO. 95L TERRE-HAUTE, INDIANA. DECEMBER 5, i860. VOL. XIX. NO. 52 r r UiM. Joseph Uiie't Letter. Gen. Jo ph I.ane the defeated Hreckiu ' ridge can didte fr ihe Vier Presidency, and as clever a mm ever killed a Mericac or ruu a flat boat, ha written m letter in reply to certain tenilemi-n who desired toknaw what, in hin jadgemenl, "would tend to preserve? our inliiuio:i" atid our Goveromentt" The Inter dates "Vahiorton D. C. Nov. 2!Uh 1W) and i. I. v it all in a word, u-iw.rihy a y ' apired to he the Vice president i f the United States. Speaking of the equality of tl States lie eaj : "llaye we'. not reached a point in the history rf our Government when It msy be aaid with truth that, lint equality ha teen serioualy menaced, if not impair ed or destroyed? Never wa a proposition more plainly put nor an Unite motu direct ly made, than that ipon which the people bare lately rendered their verdict. Shall the people of all the Statea poise and en...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 5 December 1860

Ä. V . HUDSON, EDITOR. TERRE HAUTE, IND. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5, 1860 Lieut. got. Morten's speech. We present this morning to oar readers, the leading point! of a speech recently di: I i t : - - . o r x vr ........ -t V iirrreu vj i:u( uut. vs. ä wuiwu, iug Republican jubilee at Indianapolis. The speech bears all those evidences of tun- sire thought and clearness of statement for which the able speaker is so mach distin guished. It Trill be seea thtt Mr. Morton denies the right of secession and takes the bold, nanly and patriotic ground that the Federal Government should pretest seces sioB, or one State withdrawing from the rest prevent it at the point of the bayonet. This is the doctrines we hare advecated inm tbe ü'st.and a we hire said before, it is the onlr. position thi government ran take to preserve the Federal Constitution and tba Fedenl Govem- SECES3I0NAND COEECOIN. lleniarks of Hon. O. P. Horton at slaw Kepablican Jnbllee at m O ft t 81 aw p w ft IS Ott Mm V 0 ft US ft (Prom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 5 December 1860

J. N.SILVERTHORX EDITOll. Tax Doo ix the Masgkk. We pity a poor, lean, lank devil who hasn't got aool enough in him to enjoy good health , or a good dinner, and whose parsimony spoils his digestion. We nerer could see the necessity of his creation or the use of hit living, unless it j be to illustrate the degree of atteouity to which a half starved soul cau attain before it sneak out of its claj tenement, at the back door for fear of melio; oo its way one of your full fed generous Ollis, that lives, while it lives, in clorer, and enjoys the good things ef God with & delightful gusto and a thankful heart. These lank fellows are regular dog in the t angers of humanity, and while their bile and ill nature prohibits thei -enjoyment they growl and snap at those who can enjoy and digest. Very like the creator w have attempted to describe is our loeal neighbor f the Journal. Beiug troubled with had digestion, and confining himself to principally to Cracker aa J bologna sausages...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 5 December 1860

I GREAT REVIVAL ZN TBt DR Y GOODS The Old Carlile Corner CCESEBWABiSH dc THIRD ST. LATE J. D. RICHARDSON. C03TXKTXS:l3TO A Jtlammoth Establishment I ,'CAIXZO TSX) GrOX,2ZtüXX1.7Zi iS"tOX"Oj wnra NewGooda atNew Prices ! ti.Tbe unJersigncd beg lave to announce i Co tho citixeot 'of Terra Haute and ur! , t reanding coantrj, that Jhaving mku th tort room Ittel y occupied by Mr. J, B. Richardios, known a tie Caxlitlt Corner, ! b ba refitted it in modern atvle, nod ia 1 new enabled t (Ter to the public aa Urge ! i and writ selected Stock of Dry OooJ at any Hoase ia the citr caa boast of, and at auch price aa WILL DEFY ALL COMPETITION t To enumerate all the vanoua article com prised in my atcck in a newtpsper adrrr. tlsement would be impossible. Suflic it to say , th t my s!oc omprisea every article necessary iw tucl lie Jemand in city or eontrj, all ' w hleh ill be sold at SURPRISINGLY LOW RATES! "A nimble aixpmioe is better than a slow abilling," i my tuotto; btmee my good hall be alway ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 12 December 1860

t c WHOLE NO. 952. TERRE-HAUTE, INDIANA, DECEMBER 12, i860 VOL. XIX. NO. 5'4 .I i i The PrcsiÄcnts 33essage. Fllou eUixtmt mf the Semite mmd Repretenlattte$: Throughout-the Tear since our last meet- ,nK cnitry ha bet, rminrailf pros perous id its material interests. The gen eral heattli has been excellent.our harvests have been abundant, and. plenty smile tbranghout the land. Our commerce and manufactures have teen prosecuted with energy and iodnstry.and hate yielded fair and ample return.. . lu abort no nation in the tide of tirue, has ever pre-ented a spec tacle of greater material prosperity, than we hare done until a very reeent period. Why is it then that discontert now so extensively prevails., and the Union of the Slates, which ia the Ronree of 11 blessiugs, is threatened with destruction? The long coatinued and intemperate interferenceof the Northern people with. iht question of Slaveiy iu the Southern States ha at length produced its oarcul effect. The different sections of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 12 December 1860

R. Ü. HUDSON, EDITOR. TEURE HAUTE. IND. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12, 18C0 -. . South Carolina Secestisn. If there is any species of the genua homo for which we bare doubla superlative contempt, it is one of those blustering, brawling, loud mouthed, street corner braTtJocs. Those fellows who are always courageous when there is no danger; brim fall of heroism when a reasonable distance from attack, and pugnacious only when ell protected from harm. There are such men in every community, in every State and ia every nation. Terre Haute has bad tome illustrious examples of this kind of ßghting men Indiana is blessed with a few, and South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama are now full of them. Gaseous, fulminating, exploding braggadocios, who threaten, days, weeks, months and years to strike a blow, but never do it. .Our contempt for those South Carolina heroes who con gre gale around Washington , crowd into the lobbies and fill some of the seats in the Representatives' Hall, has actually ripened in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 12 December 1860

prlitwut J. N.SILVERTHORN' EDITOH Hoos. -We hsva nothing new in refer CDce to the hog market. Thtro were but few traassctions yesterday, and they in mal lota ami prices wer nominal; $4 50 being the highest price paid. O Tho usual prajer meetings at. Mr Abbott and Mr. Gordon' Churches, od this evening will be poatpaoed, on accoun of the Kansas meeting at tho City Schoo! IIous. LT We direct attention 1o the advertise merit of Csrj's Troches. under the head o new advertisement. The? are a very picas nt .n.l doubt not. a very efficient remedy for affections of the throat. They are for sale at he Drug stores generally. DIED. In Marshall Ills, ou the 6lh of December of Membraia Croun.Mstlie C. isfant daugh ...r inhii ml Velrra Mars. azed 15 Kl vi .. - - month 8. -(Journsl please copy.) !! St station is Kassas. We hörn that v vn.nitirnniA nf our eitr will remembertha roeetiofftobe held at the City School Hall to-night, to consider the star Tin condition of our brethren in Kansas p Mr. Stee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 12 December 1860

fiulifj cd refused to transmit "it to Congress it is cot difficult U imaioe, whilst recalling., the position of the. country at that; mcment. what would taava been the disastron cooaoqnencea both in and oat of tin Territory, from lach derilectiou ol du tj on the paatof the Executive. Peace has also been restored within the Territory of Cuh, hieb, at the commence meat of nay administration, was in a state of ope.i rebellion. This was the more dangerous.'ai tu people, arnmttc! by a fanatical spirit, and entrenched within their mountain fastnesses, might have mada at Ion and formidable resistance. Cost what ltmight.it was necessary ta bring thflin i Bio subjection to the Constitution and the llWiT bound policy, therefore, aa well as humanity, required that this object should, if possible, be accomplished without the eSa.ion of blood. This could only be effected, by sending military force into the Territory, sufficiently atrong to convince the people that resistance would be hopeless, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 19 December 1860

r ) rr .TIE IMME IXFEESS-: ' WHOLE NO. 953: TERM-HAUTE, : INDIANA. DECEMBER 19, i860. VOL XX. NO: 2 I The Cri Its Causpnd t'ure ' i ' ' ' A SKR0 Preached hn km Lymax AriBOTf, of Firtt Correlational Church, of Ttrrtliaute, Sabbath Uunxnj, Vcctmber J, 'W ,. Tixt. And Samul told all the words c the Lord unto the people that asked vt - A him a king. And he said "This will be the manner of in m that snair rergn over yon. lie will take your sods and appoint them for himself, for Iii chari ot , and to be Ins horsemen; and tone shall fun btforu his chariots. Aod h will appoint biro captain over thou sands and captslu over fifties, and will act them to ear M ground, and to reap hi harvest, and to make his instruments of war, and instruments of his chariots. And he will tako yoar daughters, to be confeclionaries, and to be cooks, and tobe bakei. And be will take your oliv yard even the best of them and give them to bis servant. And he will take the tenth of yo.tr need, and of jour vineyards, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 19 December 1860

i R. N.HUDSOS, EDITOR. TCURE HAUTE, IND. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 19, 18C0 miitkniuil Flra! I - " Will cur representatives in Congress . . r ; . i.,v have the necessary amount of "back bone, to maintain oofl iucbinely the great docubticao party ? is a quesIrises of the Republican party .k ' k ?wh c.rolitioo often asked. A , . - . . OoniTi. I " I j . ra nolitieiane favor the threat, still toe I majority of the people of the North are . ....j Kw iVair nrinri 1 UrUJIT leVOITCU IV luu vi f - -pie, let the conaequ.xee be what they ao.y. . The uupatridtie bluster of 6re-eter! end tie traitorous inclination of the Presideot, do-e oot shake the anyielding faith tf the peiple is the eorrtctoea of the i. eoee upon which the late contest I made. Thatslaverv is alone the creature of rouieipsl reflation they are folly convinced, liy convinced, el thatHahoeld net be extendi beyond lt nrant limiia thev have not the least ! t ' . . - A taaLl!. MMAtA I oouDl. in at our ras puuu uum.iu ( free and should al...

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