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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 19 December 1860

HsaJesod ith a strong sppstl t lira tha hooor of tho flag. and expressed the kept lilt lath would bt the en. He then referred to the following resolutions: WitiZAi, Alarming disisnsinns hats '.ariss. between the Xerlacrn aod Southern State as ls the tights of the eommon Territerj of thi Uaitsd State, aod it is cmiaesitly elesirouo and proper that the dimensions be settled bj Constitutional protisioas whish will give equal justice to all seetiens and thereby restore peace, thf refore, Etßohed, That by the Senate and IIous of Representatite, the following article be proposed and. submitted a o amendment to the Conatitntioo, which ahall be valid as part Of the Constitution when ratified , by the Contention! of three fourths ef the people of the State. '' First In all the Territory tie w er hereafter acquired North of latitude 36 de;. 30 rain., slarery or intolar.larj serritnele ex ctpt for the paniahme Bt of crime is prohibited, while in all the Territory Seulh of that slavery ia hereb...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 19 December 1860

M I 8CELL AKEO US. Thr Asf.unAMATio.v or LA.s-ciUAr.tj. There iaa .Krowic tendency in tins a;ra to appropriate ihemofti tixpressive word of olhcr larcjuaus, aud af'-cr a while t.y incorporate U.etn intoouro"sr-j;thi:s tbo word Cc; hahcwhich i9 from the Grccfc, sonify in "for Iba fcra.l," U row Lccomir popularize I tu ciu'uc'ion with M. fcpai-in o great, Kcaüa:Le ri rnet'y, Lut it w iil soou U)Cf'iina i..or em-i-al way, and l.u vera Crr-laVc Will t-ccem ai cr-mm-n 1 Electro vte o:ul many o'.Lcra wlio-e C.h tioctinn n foren words had 'utca worn away by common usnrp until they eecm "native and to t!-w rentier bora." Hi 'ad ' 'ornMe 'eavL-che this haftornoon.r.an.l I sirred into tLa b a-Uicca-rieslianl pvs hi lo tin man, T?u r..ac? n- cf an Vhd'o?' "Dot it hachc ird'aaja 'o. "lltxc-c -n-ly. -ay a hi, hau! upon that ivo rr.e a (,j:vai.i'. 1 ;.i hand 'r' rn 'on or it cured n'.-i so (imcl; that I 'ard!y realized I 'ad 'a I an en.laclie. mieadachn is tho favorite s r,"i ly which nature r.ia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 26 December 1860

I TP IT WABASH n 'J WHOLE NO. 9-54. TERRMAUTE, INDIANA, DECEMBER 20, i860. VOL. XX. NO. 3 r r Senator WadcU Speech. We give below il.e New York Tribun' report of ihe great speech recently made io the United State Senate, by Mr. Wade of Ohl-.-It i a masterly effort and should be read by all who desire a full understating of the question involved in these trouble)um liares. The position taken by the eecatorfrom Ohio, will unquestionably take a strong hold of the popular mind in the Sorthern State. Every candid man mttst admit the correces of his views, aod the lirit of ever; pstrioi. rouit respond to the eloqnent ettersnee of the gifted oreter. He looks the troublesome limes full in the face, and talks like a statesman and a bero. Read this great peeeh fellow citizens, and then j :dga if therj is a sufficient cause for South Carolina, r any eombiaa tion of 9-vithern States, to dissolve this Union . At 1 o'clock, Mr. Powell's, (Dom., Ky.) resolution was tr.kon rip. Mr. Wad, (Rep-, Ohio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 26 December 1860

ÄS R. N.HUDSOS, EDITOR. TF.RIIE HAUTE. 1ND. WEDNESDAY. ...DECEMBER 26. 1SC0 Tlae) Terra Hanf Jaarl la fwer f UliunUn, - Since the election of Mr. Liocola to the Presidency by a majority tot cf the Atntricto people, lb editor of the Terre Haut Journal, and the scribblers for that paper, bat evidenced the bitterest hostility to tfat policy which he will unquestionably inaugurate. Since diloyality to the Constitution has become eomaoo ia South Car olioa and treaaon against the Federal Gov ernment baa been coococted at Waehingtoo. and is now ia ODen snd defialt rebel- - a lioo io the Southern Slate, the Terra Haut Journal ha sjmpathixed with the traitors and defended the treason. While patriota everywhere, boih ia the Soatb mod the Konh. condemn tbe Lot bsite tad ucpiiriotic action of the reble State of South Carolina, tbe Terre Haut Journal, aided by dittiauibe'l scribblera, eaeouragts rebellion and Trinke at treaaon. Tbe man who will Dot defend his country against the attache of foee ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 26 December 1860

Genuine Irepa MM. ration cur Cravel, kidney Affection. Bladder, Dropsy, HELMBOLD'S Genuine Preparation tor "ervoue and Debilitated Sufferer. HELMBOLD'S Genuine Preparation for Lot Of Power, Lot of Memory . HELMEOLD'Ä Genuine Preparation for Difficulty or Breathing, General Weakness. HBLMBOLD'S GeauinePrcparatlon for weak Servee, Horror of Death, Trembling. HELMBOLD'S Genuine Preparation fornljht Sweats, Cold Feet, Diniues of Vision. H BLMBOLD'5 Oenuine Preparation for Languor, Universal I tad ef the Muacalar System TTBLMBOLD'S Genuin Preparation far Pal A A lid cuateaaac and abruptions. TTBLMBOLD'S Genuine Preparation fr Pain talb Back. Headaeh. Kik Stem acb. ICjee advertisement beaded HELMBOLD'S EXTBACT BUCHU la ano.ber eolamn. üscS-d A w3ai RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES ! . BSYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS. T a Original Medicine. Established la 1P37. and flrslanicleof the kind ever Introduced ander the nameof '"Pulmonic Wafers," In this r any otner emntry; all other Pulmonic Wafers are eointerfett...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 26 December 1860

- FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. Chaelzstojc, Dec. 19. , Tht CouTentioa reassembled this morning. Dr. Cnrtiaa prayed. Several new memben appeared and took their Mats; 160 delegate on the call of tb roll were found to b present. Tha President read a letter from Hod John 11 more, Cooamlasioner from Ala., flBcloainga telegraph dispatch from Got Moor, dated Montgomery, Ala., December 17tb. To Hon. John A. Ell mora: Tall the CooTention to litten to no prop oaition for compromise or delay. J Signed, . ... GEORGE MOORE. . Tbdeptch was greeted with loud ap- plana, nod subsequently tu referred Uthe committee to prepare au addresato th paople of the Soulbern State. 1 P Reed introduced a reaolution thai repoturi for public journals be allowe aceeea to the Hall for the purpose of re porting. Mr Middleton moved to .strike oat the last resolution. Objection was made. ilr Simmons wished to know how far tbe resolution extended respecting the admissioa of reporters. Mr I Ngels moved that the reporters of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 2 January 1861

. -. . . ! r . ' ' .. -r. .!. - " 1 - ' - - - - TP '. '- -4 II. Ü. r 1 l TERRE-HAUTE, INDIANA. JANUARY 2, 1861. VOL. XX. NO. 4 - j WHOLE NO. 955. Great Speech of Andy Johnson, Of TMSrSHK, made In ttse Senate mt the united Slates. Dec. 18ttt and u eGO. A UNION SPEECHpa0M A SOUTHERN DEMOCTIU SENATOIi. ; The m-' weignty apeech made in lh"gTess of the United SJtste d iring "The present sessioo, was that by Senator And v Johnson, of Tennessee, oa Tuesday and Wednesday of last week . This speech will have its place in the history of the vonty, mad if Andy - Johnson political life should be cut short by it, as is possiblu, he will have made an honorable record, of which his children and his country will hare reasoe to be proud. Thee are lb times that lest politicians, and Andy Johnson, of Tennessee, gives forth noun certain sound . but the full toned ring of manhood, and patriotism. His speech is of prodifiona length, and crowded with extracts from document. Published com plete, it would f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 2 January 1861

K. A . IIUUSOS, EDITOR. TEIIHE HAUTE. IM). WEDNESDAY ...".JANUARY 2. 18C1 South Carolina. TLete'fgraph of Saturday brought the Tmportant tiews that tbe Commissioners, sent fr.?in the Confederacy o South Carolina, to tie city ef Washington, Lid conferred will the President and hia Cabiaet ia relation to matters cdthing9, and in conclusion, made the modest "demand'.' that the Federal troops, occupying the Natioaal Fort near the harbor of Charleston, should be "immediately withdrawn or thai would bd '.heir last interview, and they would return to South Carolina and pre pare for the worst !" Thia was imperious, acd instead of the conspirator! being immediately arrested, they were suffered to withdraw. What is meant by the "writ," it is somewhat difficult to determine. Whether South Carolina intends to make war upon the Federal GoTernment and reduce her to subjection, or whether she Intends to swallow, at one gulp, the entire North, the Commisioners did not deign t4say. - We rather expec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 2 January 1861

Torio Hanta iProduco Market PPLES Dried per both. .1 U, Green Salt Cared .. 5 Dry Flint Hides 10 Dry emit do BjS 0 reen VJ BACON Ham fl 12Vi. Ulioalders, ? fc TgC LAKDper lb M&U t..AlUB So! v 28 3529 Kidis fOtil Harnes do.....3(X32 HEKF ,LIMK, bush. 3 fresh 612 MOLASSK3 Dried 0j$.3 S. U. fall KVf CO BEAN'S, white.... 1001 N. O. do 4030 BtiüfiWAX,? . 25ONlOJiS,bushl,00l,ai) au ii CK t t,....ijAi rr.Aurtr.sCANDLES. Dried, bnsh 9 50 1 allow, fcil,vlj POTATOES Mar 25, Irish, bain 3S CHKESE- Kweet da 1 fu w. Keserr 13 kick p ft . fairy USALT Country W COFFEK Ohio River, bal 1 75 Ult, DDI....... Sack, 14 lbs SOAP Bar 9 83 Rio, t, M15 00 Lajjyura 15S Java, a 2u CRANBERRIES.. 4M) 331 Soft, fall , EUGS, dozen... 81uSCGAR FEATHEKS, f,3JJtO! Brown . 9 FISH I Crushed, ft 11 sinekerei :o. I ID iv skku Flax. bash.... P5 Clover, do.... 6 00 Timothy do .. t 00 ' Fresh, I j Salmon f ft.... Pickled Herrin da S3 Cod prlfr 7 FLOUR, bbl.. 3 30 6 RAIN VT heat, bush 75 Cats, bash...... SO Rye,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 2 January 1861

lUUBjamuswia wn HMiwym.iHH3 Panic! Panic ! Panic J D3WXT V7ITH PRICES ! Immense Reduction on DRY GOODS irOlt TUB NEXT CO DAYS.2T0W 13 TOUB TIME ! an.rs. an AWL8, CLOAK. fUKS. DRESS GOODS. EMBROIDKKIES, HOSIERY, GLOVES. e0., ilC.. All marled down to one-half their valut. We Mar oar mi y cast mert thst this will b iJk j iruitit lud coin nt ever offered by u, od that the) cau lely oa Boding ha Barrett Had Dest Sei ctrd Stock I 'lerre-llaj .. PRINTS, PRINTS, WD THX FOLLOW IRQ tIST Of PRICES. 1.000 pa. New Style strkt best qua litt L MEKRIMAC PIUltTS, market; tlowofrom 12Jcla. to JOcts.per yd. l,S0O ps. First Quality and Style Printa, marked down I rum 1 2 cts to 8 and 9 cts. per yd. Q l,000pi. Good Madder Prints, worth 10 cts. at 6 cts. per pd. 200 ps. Good Madder Prints, worth 8 cts. at 5 cts per yd. Sheetings and Shirtings, 6 Cases Good Bleached Sheeting worth 9 cw. at 6$c. 3 Cases Extra G-xl Bleached Sheet ing. worth 12c. at 9ots. 6 Ctses Super Bleached Shee.ing wonh 1 lu. at 8c. 3 C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 9 January 1861

' r-rrt TT TT TT1 tttt t ä ttn a ri n . -rt. ' ; - ' : . :- " '-. ' " ' ' WHOLE NO. 95G. TERÄE-HAÜTE,.' INDIANA. JANUARY! 9, 1861. vol; IX. NO: 5 I r IT The spectat correspondent efthe. T. Tribune, writing from Augusta, Ga , io relation to a speech recently made there by Howell Cobb, he ssys : One remark of the ort-r I moil endeavor to bit in hi word, as it abowe the tone of bis speech.' He was speaking of tho President elect, and used the phrase thin man Lincoln;' be the went od thus: If I seem to peak disrespectfully of him, it ts because I feel so toward bim. I have no renpecr for him a wan, becsuel know from personal acquaintance (or b servatinn) that he ia unworthy of respect; and a President of the United States. God helping roe, he ahail aever bei' This sentence was reeeivrd with loud applause." This Er-Cabinetorl ear of a Demecralic President, ealln poo Go J to help hiea resist the ieauguratioa of a eoastitutionally 'lected President of the United State. It eill require more...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 9 January 1861

R. X. HUDSON, 07 Oa TKKICR II A UTE, IM. - WEDNESDAY JANUARY 0. 1861 D The effect of evil example in illuetraUd ery forcitlj by the Telegraphic newe of Saturday. The President suffered C8tie Pi ockney, Fort Moultrie sod the Custom House at Charleston, to fall into the hands of tht rebels, and the traitora ia Georgia have follow d the example of the South Carolinians and Alabama is to engaged in the same treasonable work. This stale of affairs will continne we have no doubt, until all the Fort and Arsenals from the Chesapeake to the Rio Grande are taken. It is the effect of bid example suffered to go napaoishad. Had the Pieident. as soon as the rstellien in South Carolina became apparent, sent an ample force to each of the Porta along her coast, and a flrct sufficient to ecforcB the Federal law in the col letting of duties coming to the Pared Government, this pervading treason would lave been stranded ia the very b'ginniog, and the rebels in otber States would nut hare dared lay thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 9 January 1861

I, Jowl I r J. N.SILVEUTIIORT EDITOR. Democratic I'niou Sarlnff. The Demoera'ie Union Saving aseeting held by Cookerly and Company, yesterday afu-roooa in the Court Uouse vu a slim affair. Not mora tbaa 30 Democrat were pres at, and but little interest was manifes ted. Oar paistant neighbor of lie Joarnal delivered himself of a qamti secession peech in which he got dowo very low in the dirt before hie Southern masters, atd was willing to give up everything, eT-n to life Itself to praserva the Cotton States in the Union. ' It wa the newt object specimen of hunafliatioa we ever witnessed, id1 ittb' committee retired to drag from the breaches pocket of one of their Bomber a set of cat and dry resolutions we left in disgust. The Democraej of Vigo took no part in the hypocritical farce, it wit gotten up ant eonJacted by a few who aspire to be lead ra of the Democracy. Elkction or Orriccts axd Dmcrois cr the T. H. Jt R. R. The Stockholders tt Terre Haute and Richmond Railroad m ia thil cü...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 9 January 1861

12 Hclxnbold's Helmbold's Helmbold's Hclmbold'3 Helmbold's EXTBACT BlCBC, xiBACT Hl'dlL', L'itcr Bicau, IXTdACT blXOU, 1 X1EACT KtCHÜ. Lxtbact Pucuu, Extract Btcuu, PCR frfc-CRKT AND DELICATK DISORDERS. et KOK KT AMI DELICATE DISOKDKKS yoj.-i KEI AND DfeLlCATK DlStlUDKKS, .pUK: ROKKT AND DEI.IOA I K UlSOUDKKK, FwK v'JibT AM UEulCATK DISOKDKKS, A Positive and Spci6e Remedy " - Positive aad Specific Remedy A Positive tad Specific Remedy A Positiv and Specific Remedy A Poeiiira aad Specific Remedy . VOX lUIKtl OF THE TLAOCER, CRAVIL, BLADDER, GRAVEL, BRAI DS.?, GRAVEL, SAUDEC, GRAVEL, LADDER, GRAVEL, EIDSEI9, DROrST, KIDSfcYS, DROPS T, KID5SI3, DRorsT, kidneys, DRorar, KIDNETS, DROPS T, Organic Wrakueti, Organic UtkBei ()t(nic ., Organic Uetknti, urjaule WeaiKuea, Aad t l li erases f tne Sexual Organ, A i 4 .l UiwkM of the Sexual Urs, Aifk ,'! i-i-teases of the Sexual Organs, " And all UUvaaesol tue Sexaal Org, Au4 ail Diaeasesof th Sexual Organa, Excesses, Expoaurea, lmprudencies in L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 16 January 1861

ft -I 'fit i fill 0 WHOLE NO. 957. TERRE-HAUTE, INDIANA. JANUARY 16; 1861. VOL. XX. NO. 6 r EOlTOailLCOIUtrsPONDEXCR. ':i-'l!fWAu, Jan. 9, 1861 . BSMOCtATtC COSVIITTIOS. The mint significant item in the history of the timet here, was the meeting feW Democratic leader In lhi eity yeste'day, ia what tm called -Democratic ConvenUob." There were but few present, and boo but politicians. The rank and file wer at home, nursing, as we fondly believe, their patriotism to keep if warm. Gov, Hammond presided, and Joe McDonald was the principal speaker. The bardea of the Democratic gas was, that as the Republican party was the cause of all the disturbance which now agitates the eooatry, they, the Republicans, must do the fighting, if fighting com. They talked at though the Republicaas were in rebellion ia South Carolina had takn Fort Moultrie, Castle Pinckney and were bow besieglog Fort Sumter. They appear d to be ianpresMed with the idea that the Republicans were disunionists and were opposin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 16 January 1861

R. If. HUDSON. EDIT Ok TEURE HAUTE. IND. WEDNESDAY .... JANUARY 16, 13 st JCvery - despatch, that now comes trsmbling over the telegraph wires is read with the greatest avidity. Tbe American people never bad surrounding them such important events. The casting off the joke of bondage which oar fathere broke when they declared this a nation of freemen, was not equal in importance to a dissolution of the American Union.. No event in the history of the past or in the teeming future. ean be of more importance. All over tbe wide world will the throb of freedom, the thrill of liberty and the hopes of universal emancipation he weakened, when the Union of these States is dissevered. When that stupendous event tikes place, there is not a despotism in the old world but will rejoice, not a freedem-loving being but Will nnouro. Liberty goes back to the caves and the mountains to be nursed by the heroic and the brave, until other times and other men again call her forth. Sever in the history of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 16 January 1861

t:o a u 11 Iis i o 3 t WisaixcTox, Jan. 15. HuUSE. Among oilier preliminary busiaea Mr'Uarri of Md. presented a memo rial siloed by 12,0(10 citizen of Baltimore irrespfclite of party luirciples, fir the adoption of the Crittenden comprouiice. Mr Stanton vindicated the Methodist from lis charge by Reagan that they atirred op insurrection io th South. Mr Reagan explained that he did uot meao to bs understood that insurrections were inaugurated by thit sen a a b dy, but by raembera of it in Texas. Mr Stanton defended - the Republican party; he informed the gentleman from Texas that the priuciples ou which this goTernnient was founded cannt be surrendered under any tbn: of citil' wer; the Republican part" no purpose, principle or policy o8anclio,?J hy ,he RPblican father frora 1,1 P0'.''1 tlipy'coold not be hiven; he aaid he knew of co Republican who looks to that organization and daigned to interfere directly or indirectly in the remotest, degree with' slavery in the States. Duriog the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 16 January 1861

TUE WEEKLY EXPRESS. PÜBl,I8MDXVERY . w BDNESPAY G At 1,50 per iituo Invariably ia advance. OFFICE Xorth side Public Square SATES OF ADVEBTISINQ IN "WEE XL Y. - v I v i c f s a i. I CO I X u. . - I w I o f- co . Hfaak ( I UP I Ü SO I 4X'0 6WIDWliW S i 1 5.1 1 3 UU I 5 00 BÜU I 13 00 I 2 W a tf As t4 iM I 4 QU ti 00 a uo I 17 oo I 30 Ml 1 00 "j" 00 j 33 00 pjfe JWI I 5 00 800 Jt 50 1300 JwV " 50 15 UO I 35 Ul I 00 söüTfart oo I 45 oo 3 AI' 1 W 8 00 6 ,W j 7 00 I 10 00 lli UU I 2 &0 I 40 00 I &J oo 1 TV I 1U Of I 2VU0J 3U0U (jou J MOO eo ou There wll be aa deviation from the above rice. ; t ' Advertiieiascts published In both Dally and weekly, iu ne ehargea ine iuii uauy raica mm wae-half of the Weekly -vtesMlded. Tbe Wbexlt Evraess U reduced to $1,50 par nnum,efyisnci,aadno paper will be at to a subscrioer until it la paiu iui. ii. jr. iiwjDsojv, EOITOK aR9 PHoraUTOS. RAILKOADX. Time Table Winter Arrangements KKE-HAÜTÄ& RICHMOND ROAD. LEAVE TERRE-HA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 23 January 1861

w v l; J 5. WHOLE NO. 955. TERRE-HAUTE; INDIANA. JANUARY -23, 1861. III SiiiJ 1 j -j. 1 1 t ' t yf! ; f ii . r j I it !fL ...... i r 5 r s4 v. Patristic Resolution. TL following are the patriotic resolutions introduced into th Indiana Legislature. Mr Murray introduced the following joint resolution on the state of the Union: Where. The State of Sooth Carolina bat placed herself in treasonable hostility tft the General Government, by seizing the United States Pst Officer, Custo.u House. Fortification and moneys, and firing ioto Government vessel conveying troope and provision to one of the United State fort in Charleston harbor; and Whereas. The intelligence of similar hostile acts upon the property of the TJ State Government ia Georgia, Alabama and Louisiana, and the treasonable antral of Senators and Rpreentatives of those Stat in Congress; and Whereat. Thi- Government, having been forme! by the people of the several State, through their lawfully constituted Rpresentslives, for the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash express — 23 January 1861

It. fi. HUDSON, EDIT Oh TKU It K 11 A LT E, 1 N D. EDXESDAV JANUARY 23.1SC1 ' 1.1IÜ1 MASS .tltKli.MJ. Pursuant tn a cat published, an immense D amber of ibe cinzms of Vigo eouniy, ir respective of party, met in the Court House, in ihe city cf Terre Haute, oo äatuidsy. the I9ih of Janusry ISGl, at one o'clock, forth purpose ot considering the perilous condition of the country. Th. meeting was called to order by Dr. Exrm Read, whereupon Colonel Cookerly mured that the Hon.. Wk. K. Ed-w aid act aa President, aod Eratus Church, Jona II. O'Boyle, Andrew Stevenson and John Crew at Vice Presidents, aod the meeting oncerred io the motion. O'u notion of W. B. Kroojbhitf, Johl B Haget. Isaao if. Brown aad Jamee J). Ednunda wert appointed Secretaries. TL President Laving explained the object of the meeting io a few eloquent aad patriotic . remark, the Ker.. Dr. Gordon waa called upoa to opaa iba meeting with prayer, which be did ia a Ter impiessive and satisfactory asanuer. Oa motion of Col. D...

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