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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - October 6, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana My Mumm Mumm the Wabash m % i r. Published every wednesday a aria Kim with Tai Fri Doii of a Mam Matuu Mhz of Tab to am Adf bras or vib Bibb. A a 4�. By Cie prob a. Chap Ian. Tolome haute Yaffo a Nui tyo Imbi Aiva Ivan Luiei 51the Wabash enquirer it up blinked enery wtdne$day�?0�kg$ m ath be tween Wab Euh and Ohio it Yeti directly East of Ike court Thoutt. Terms. Two dollars per annul in Advance. Papers will invariably be discontinued amp a soon As the time for a bib they have been paid expires. One Dollar a ill be received for six months and fifty cent ii for three months. Five dollars in Advance will pay for three years or for three papers for one year. Advertisements inserted three times at one Dollar a Square 8 lines to be continued at the rate of 25 cents per Square weekly. Unless the number of insertions be marked on the manuscript when mention federalism in Camacha setts with the Ern we fir Harrison party. The same result might be shown in the other new England states and elsewhere. We have not Access to the records. A Sample will suffice. Virginia. The Richmond enquirer of Komst 1840, Sites the fact that in 1800 the City of Richmond gave 254 votes for John Adams. Survive and All Bat one Are Harrison men. 91 voted for Jefferson 6 survive and All Bat one Are for Van Buren. Connecticut. Two members of the Hartford convention and the Secretary of that convention Are now living Vii. R. M. Sherman c. Goddard and Theodore Dwight. All Are Harrison whip. The Connert icel Cournal the of the whig party in Tuiai handed nit Wii be cont thu a Tri urd Rcd out and i a a a i and always a Federal paper is edited by charged accordingly. Theodore Dwight. It is not excelled for bitterness. Advertisements published by the Quarter or Long. Intolerance and every thing anti democratic. Or will be charged 3 a Square $6 for eix months j Friend m Hartford writes Quot so far As i am in or $10 a year i formed the connection of every member of the merchants druggists and others advertising by Hartford convention from this state Are whigs the year will be charged for two squares $15,50 i Truman Smith the member of congas and one of for three squares f20 for Quarte of a column of i whig executive committee with Salum stall 2000 Ems $25 half a column $50 three fourths a Nephew of Nathaniel Smith a deceased member of that convention. Of a column $63 for a column $75 a year. Advertisements authorised by statute must be paid for in Advance. Advertisements coming from abroad must be accompanied with the Cash unless ordered for publication by a brother publisher. Or of Lac he paid. The old Rel feral newspapers of Massachusetts. These Are All now supporters of Harrison Viz the Boston daily advertiser repertory Centi Nel palladium and Waif the United As the advert Eer edited by Nathan Hale one of the to Tandinh Commil toe of the Washington benevolent society during the War. One extract from ins paper will show where lie Ever has been and Ever Means to be. Quot my pm in is to withhold our Money and make a a Parale peace Vsmith Boston daily advertiser. 1�14. The Doctori ave nine Gazette a Harrison paper is conducted by w. Vav. Clapp. Who was Printer of in Harrison or would be Quot a the daily advertiser and a member of the w a a in the hands of the Federal ton benevolent Quot society during the War. The transcript another Harrison press is edited abolitionists Are beginning to open their eyes to the lying duplicity and knavery of the whigs. Why did general Harrison resign in the midst of the Warl because he proved himself an incompetent officer and Lott the Confidence of the army and county. Why did Daniel Webster oppose the War because be was opposed to Bis country and government and had a British heart. J Why did to get Hartford convention sit with closed doors and Why were the members and officers sworn to secrecy 1 because their object was trem on. I Why did the Harrisburg convention which nominated Harrison refuse to pass any resolutions adopt any address or avow any principles because they dare not declare their object to the people of this country for they would be indignantly rejected. Why does Daniel Webster Why does every surviving member and officer of the Hartford convention Why do the members of the Harrisburg convention support the imbecile old clerk of the Ham Iton county court 1 because As avowed by one of nose of by a son of a member of the above society Olio voted for the Hartford convention. Imie courier another Harrison paper is edited by Joseppi t. Nurk Irikhim. Olio now glories in the a Carat Iii a a i Fiill Lite and die in the Faith of the Hartford con i Natian Quot i tie Ria on Why he supports Harrison arc Tylius Given by Hin Elf a from Ilie Boston courier. July 18, 1&40. The Hon. Or. Fowler who was a member of con Gress with Harrison has published a letter in which he says that he knew Harrison As a supporter of the and Are asking what this crowing about North Carolina Means. Slave states going for Harrison and he the abolition candidate 1 it is evidence there is a cheat somewhere and a great Deal of bad lying. If Gen. Hard cider is an abolitionist not a slaveholder can or will s import him if he is not an abolitionist then that party Are duped. The old fellow says to the North he is an abolitionist to the South that he abhors them but begs each of them not to publish his letters. Here then is a moral fraud deliberate lying and deception on the part of a can cider Adams and that he has men Aimi cear of a Aca dilate and his friends that involves offences More cockade. Morning Post a Well he could not have worn a More Hon or melt badge nor could he have supported a letter Man. Aoto we shall certainly go for Harrison. Courier the whig Republican a vehement Harrison paper has just been started in Boston by or. Joseph Calmer c Jill it a it if the Sentinel till transferred to the Dertl or. Or Buckingham of the courier for in a Quot he has one fiction. Which we Are almost afraid to name lest it May do him an injury with Tome of our exclusive patriots but Yei we Teel so proud of the concurrence of sentiment on political Wintters which has always existed Between us that we cannot refrain from adding that or. Palmer is a j Vanl of the old school of Washington True to the heart s Core and not ashamed to Avo a hit Principati the Boston Atlas was not established until i8v2. It has uniformly been under the control of the Boston federalists and Outt topped All others in abuse of Jackson Van Buren and Morton and in supporting Hartford convention men and the United states j Webster who stands Bank. The federalists of Boston make it their Prin j i pal Harrison Organ. I throughout Massachusetts there is not now a j Aper which opposed the War that is not a supporter of general Harrison. The Worcester spy now one of the most virulent Harrison papers is also the oldest Federal press in Massachusetts. In 181.3 it was edited by John Davis who is now the whig candidate for governor against Marcus Morton. The following extracts from or. Davis s editorials in the midst of the War just after he had exulted at the burning of the Capitol the 24th of August 1814, will show where he Ever has been and Ever Means to be. Extra club from the spy edited by John Davis in 1812. A a we have uniformly entered our solemn protest against this Deso lating War which originated in the wicked malignant passions of a corrupt and imbecile Quot no Republican people were Ever so harassed perplexed and disgraced by a cautious and corrupt set of rulers As the people of this a a such a government is worse than Quot i he truth is our democrats love to talk of War and swagger and boast and vaunt but they abhor lighting. When danger approaches they skulk like dastardly Quot the evils the federalists have Long predicted Are thickening upon us and in our affliction let us a ways remember it is James Madison and his party that have brought these calamities on a we Hope and believe the people will soon be convinced that or. Madison is totally incompetent co hold the Rios of Quot if the people have stocks and stones so As to Bear any thing they must feel ashamed of their president and Elwir indignation will never subside till be is impeached and the government committed to other Quot this Wyton waste of property this perverse neglect of duty is sufficient to Brand any adminis ration with eternal in this violent Federal press or. John Davis Asiu editor applied the of vowing epithet to James Madison Quot this modern Nero this wort bees code Dente of Bonaparte. Despised at Bone and abroad. Quot this obstinate Inbau rated Man a plunges As into a Wanton wicked War a Cring iof our cowardly Captein goer so galloped his poor thirty Miles from the Quot the have it i cowardice and Pomy of Jemeze Madison. A a the Vranay head Quot a Quot disc Raceil conduct a Idle i flagrant than even slavery. We Are no abolitionist. I we would not deceive them or any one to obtain a a vote. Let the Knavish hypocritical deceiving whigs. As they Call themselves do this. But we j Are glad to see that some of the More intelligent i and honest abolitionists say hands off Clear out with your hard cider and Coonskin and Mummery to those whom you can Purchase and tie. Democrats a look through the whig press Lom Maine to Georgia and can you find a de ounciation or old Pride bal Mas cubs can y u find any one of the present whig journals Dis Cla Ming that they have in their ranks the great body of the old Federal party can you find one of the whig editors indignantly disowning Federal Princi Ples when Austin and Duane and others of the old democrats were defending Madison and Gerry from the fierce assaults of Russell and Callender where them was Daniel Forth As a Leader of loth t defending the actors in the Hartford convention co denouncing the measures of Madison s administration is there now a whig press that does not endorse Webster s principles 1 a fir democrats reflect and then act Boton Pont. Naturalized citizens. The flt Flo Woof indicates very plainly what natural died citizens have to expect from the Success of Feden Ilcisin in december 1814, a con motion of leading federalists assembled at Hartford Connecticut with the avowed object of Crisp Elliot the government to Shmit to an ignore Inoue peace with England and t0 endure in silence the in Ariee abuses and insults of that haughty Power or to bring about a separation the new enl Cid states from the confederacy. Thia con vestion among other Otea sures reported a series of Siren amendments to the Constitution of the United states the sixth of which was As follows Quot sixth. No person who shall hereafter be naturalized Rhall be eligible As a member of the Senate or House of representatives of the United states. Nor capable of holding any civil office under the authority of the United now let it be remembered that every surviving member of the convention which passed the above is a genuine Modem whig and that the Secretary is now editor of the leading whig paper in Connecticut. Moreover that it has always been and is to this Day approved by the whig party Sentinel. Bank notes in a recent act of the Ohio legislature says Tibbett s Western review the following Bank notes will be excluded from circulation in that Sute after the first Day of june they having been issued contrary to Law and brokers Are prohibited from buying them and a Fine is imposed upon persons who shall circulate any of the notes. Mechanics and traders Bank. Manhattan Bank. Exchange Bank Cincinnati. Otis Arnold die co. Checks on do. Cincinnati. Ohio rail Road. Maumee insurance company. E. Estoos checks. Washington Library society. Franklin silk company. Monroe Falls manufacturing company. Charlestown savings institution. New Albany insurance company. Ohio and Cincinnati loan office. Cincinnati banking and loan company. St. Joseph rail Road endorsed. Consolidated association. Macomb co. Bank. Whitewater canal company. The Public Are therefore cautioned against receiving any of the above Bills. Harrison was born to affluence received an appointment before he was of age from old John Adams has been an office Holder All his life through family influence and has rendered no distinguished services he now holds a lucrative office which requires neither talents nor ability. Such is the Federal candidate. Without wealth and family influence he would have always remained in obscurity for he has neither talents nor qualities to win him to any Public Trust. Or. Van Buren is the maker of his own Fortune. Without wealth without family influence the son of a poor Farmers he educated himself his abilities commanded respect his integrity secured bin Confidence and be has been elected to the first station in the world merely by Bis own merits and Worth. In every step of his Public career be has been opposed by the aristocracy the federalists have exhibited towards him that malevolence which follows the unwavering and Stern advocate of popular rights. Fellow citizens look around you which of the candidates do you support 1 which do your Federal neighbors support i i a Nero incendiaries Are creeping about among us like moles in the ground As Blind As difficult to catch and As mischievous. Four Hundred Happy and peaceful slaves having been wrought upon by some of these sneaking pests to our Well being broke out in furious revolt on the 25th ult. In the Parish of Lafayette but the poor misguided Blacks were soon ought their error and forty of them were placed in confinement while Twenty were sentenced to be Bung upon the 27th. Four White abolition rascals were detected acting As leaders in conjunction with one yellow fellow who is notorious for being a great scoundrel. It is the White incendiaries that ought to he Hung or if the poor misled slaves must suffer double treble should be the punishment imposed upon these heartless emissaries of a fanatical and reckless . Pap. Prices of prod cd in 1821.�?"corn in Cincinnati 19 cents a Bushel wheat in Harrison county Ohio has fallen to 25 menu a Bushel and in some instances to 12 i menu. A letter from Greenfield Ohio dated May 3, Sites that wheat was sold at 12 i menu per Bushel and whiskey was doll at 15 cents agall�n."�?c/. S. Gazette May 23, and june 23, 1821. Quot a late Pitsburg penn., Mercury says flour a barrel $1 whiskey 15 cents a gallon a Ood Merchantable Pine boards 90 menu a Hundred to sheep and calves $1 a head. Foreign goods at the old prices. One Bushel and a half of wheat will but a Pound of Coffee a barrel of flour will buy a Pound of Tea twelve and a half barrels will Hay one Yard of superfine t rigid or. The Monticello watchman gives an account of the manner in which a Justice of the peace lately dissolved the Hymen Al Chain of an unhappy pair whom he had United but a Short time before till death should part them. Upon the request of the parties to be unmarried he placed a live cat on a Block and directing one to pull at the head and the other at the tail while be with an axe Cut puss in two at the same time exclaiming Quot death parts you Quot the couple went away satisfied that they were legally unmarried and have not lived together since. A coloured Veteran ninety six years of age by the name of Daniel Jones was brought before a police a Istrate in new York on Friday on the complaint of Adeline White a White woman about Twenty six years of i. Adeline stated that she had been not a kind wife but a kind of a wife Quot to Daniel the Veteran for More than six years and that he was the father of a child which she had with her in court and accordingly the old hero was ordered to pay $1 per week for the maintenance of the living Quot Quot come round the barrel huddle. Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah and raise a glorious Fuddle. Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah we be met my Noble Fellows Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah to blow the party Bellows. Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah who re Rak Hurrah i Hurrah Quot Harriton seng. Here is an extract from a the pulse of the eople published at Woodstock. It. By c. O. Eastman Esq. A very spirited political writer. It Speaks our sentiments it is of no Kort of moment in this contest whether general Harrison is the bravest Warrior or the mean get Coward that Ever graced or did no ced the Page of history. Let the Man alone. His Pirinei Plee his principles it is sufficient for the old republicans to know that he is the candidate of the old fade Ralius. Ten tag and Braggadocio the More cowardly ecu the More heroically he Ulka 4m. Ice. A a the Eon doctor each a Man. Mym John Davie a in the highest a aware disc mating and de adding Cave Wooder that in bad dallies with As when Fly he Mph a Balbon to Deal with Quot such is the of Ficerai fre of John Davie the Roan Theoe pretended Quot Harrison Pemo rats and Quot Jeff Hrala die Ciple. My Peak to make Govonor of Maxeene Leeette Ever oae of the treet Demerau lot the i4wtity of ol4 Icar lard Cea a by a Bott Linease the Fri Abili Foteni Besten at the the event ramp the following Sites voted against or. Van Baren in 1836 a Georgia a South Carolina a Tennessee a Maryland Delaware a new Jersey a Ohio. Venont Indiana menu my. Baren had to electoral Votee without or. A tax in fam there marked who a Star which he hts a eth Fere. A a Teu Chapman the y. Fumul Caa Kaii the Faaet meeter of tha loan Leto part who Uvea a ii apis Araa pc Wiery of Aothia and Man of an Zaidel Naper tha a Susisa Nat Thaler. Iia and Adytha my a so Ottai Paisa e birth Day to thai Eky Iak m Ilia a Gay a hts. Or. Thai a if Iak Limilla a . The Xheva Taai tha Ito whip jail a Alai a a break . La thaia a Arad Maria a Hakaia of Iha a Ian of Chapaa. M. May a to i Aimee a chaw either la Thia Slater Iii ii in Iier ii Riha 1mm.laraatigmer. To. The Ems Mefy of Patee a Wilh 4ey data Ait Wei a the i democrats to the the fighting hero of the thames coi. R. Jet Ohr Sajiv As will be seen he another notice in Liis paper is about to pay us a visit. His appointments Are at Roek Tille on tuesday the 20tli of october. At Terre haute on the 21st. At Carlisle on the 23d. At Tine Ennes on the 24th. At View Harmony on the 20th. At Erans Volle on the 28th. At Roe port on the 29th. At Troy on the 30th. At Rome on the 31st. Ivow democrats turn out let us rally and do Honor to the scar covered Veteran who Henrs the Cert Lii Tes of his valor on his Frame. Let Al us meet him and Welcome him As becomes the sons of Iii Berty come Forward fellow democrats one and a. Come Forward All of you who wish to do Honor to the real hero whose shattered Frame and limping i Ait Are better quaran ties of his pm it Raffe than and paper certificates. Come All who have at heart the Success of Good old jeffersonian and jacksonian democratic principles. List there be a arrest irate rim of the people. Let it none stay away. Let us show the country that the Hoosier democracy is yet alive. Let us show our opponents the Federal Whis that we can beat them if we will capt. Hathaway of the ship Saratoga actually entered a european port with a log Cabin at his Mast head and he was cheered for this Noble display of whig patriotism by foreign aristocrats and haters of american democracy. But this was not All. This same capt. Hathaway in order to bring the whiff party More into the notice of foreign tyrants caused this Symbol of their doctrines to be gilded Over entirely the better to suit the refined notions of British Era. I Wail object have the federalism in building log Cabins drinking hard Eider displaying soon skins gourds cradles Snow shoes dec. 1 the Hartford hankers avowed their objects to be to Fatah the rabble to take in the a Eoa try Bilke who did not know much and that they were ready to do any thing to get votes for a Man whoa total i Aeoma Teney thirty years ago compelled him to a the army Aad go Home in the midst of the War. Noil whig full of Bard Der swinging his Arm aloft and i won t Toa Cli one of them sob Treasury Bille a i live i u he d d Iff will b a a Eoala for a Hia Orieal painting. Hannibal Wear info Tamal a Utility to tha Romana waa Aat inf to demo Erma. Or one of the Quot Eha fee Quot Agathel the admin Airato of rather one who never sap parted or. Yaa Barea was a Aahl Swartw Eai a How tha Federal Sale extolled Jim Afroh a Jae Keea am be the ska a who wee satire a Meral a two my to give paper Proem in Emir api in wait lad by thai Law flee a Bev m Wuh Fay 1 la fair a Gaamew it Lud Aatlo a net of the a Goon the great democratic convention held at Lancaster Pennsylvania on the 5tb of Algoet where a sen a Jive thousand of the substantial citizens of the key Stone state were congregated they had in full operation a part Iii pass striking off speeches papers dec. Over which floated from the beak of a Mio Iatorre Eagle the following inscription a we make deck int or the a lie Eye. On one of the Bannera was this motto a we do not hoop to conquer. So icings a new idea May be formed of the fearful number of suicides in this City when it in suited that for the year ending 1st Janu a 1840, according to the returns at the Coroner s Omee six Hundred Aad in duty Thiee persons ended their existence by self destruction. On an average a fraction Short of two suicides per Day. The frauds that have been discovered in different Banks during the present year the new York Herald says amount to Between 3 and 4,000,000, a frightful sum when we consider the mate of society which has Given Rise to . Last act or lady now living at Martha s Yin Yard aged about 80, the widow of an officer of the revolution Haa recently made from fifteen to Twenty Large and Halaut Ifill Cush Iona for the banker Hill Dejno crat. Consider no Man capable of Ina sting you who is mean anti we to Atteo to it in Thia Yoa have the decided a a Tam. For whilst by Hia ii must he Haa now edged you worthy Hia notice Yoa by your Nof Lect prove him unworthy Yokoia. A Sanaa in Bani Taiin a it a said that a steam ship Lata landed at new York after a of Spruce denied abort a age. No to Over had the reveal landed than the Caplin in Nirad if cd Mam we there i9 Tremfer 1-Imiimnm Demerel Foafoa of be Aoa att med a Moaven Tina of Hia a Hueal Ataee Aiea to a Awa a new has Tahire lately Aad when Thimi a tie eds Joesia de a ahead Otto info Hoam it Ela Alk Mutke it m ee1�-aa of lady a the Eola i aerie any Akkad her Hae hawd if Barriaga Quot be Elacia whether the Iver Aad Mae Woom Migre Ibar Mitsa a it of peo the i Hervie menu i in Iii Miflin of to Hae the t Ihle Ahe Taleui plot Hon been walk before the parm hmm from the Utica Democrat. Democracy. The Democrat s Appeal. Federalist spare that name its hallowed accent spare too sacred to profane. Its scorns thy proffered care in youth it guarded me i pledged it then my vow it taught me to be free and i la protect �1 now. Twas our forefather s Creed for it they fought and bled. Their thought in time of need. To Victory it led our country s shield and Pride its glory and renown. Are spread both far and wide. You my not break it Down. When War and tempests lowered and darkness o or us spread. When rank oppression towered. And hearts of patriots bled we sought its guardian care its shield around us Drew. Bade tyrants to beware and foes of Freedom flew. Then federalist \ Atay thy hand democracy appeals. The birth right of our land its Liberty it Shields old Creed Quot the storm still Brave Quot and federalist hold thine Arm. While i be a voice to have Tattu Trottno Doii a data Pap . If Wama of whue be Mia each a Caiata seabed a aau a us. A Vii efm Shua fat of fro the Fem Bra. Richard m. Johnson. . Come Brothers a oat his a amp me his Laurel led deeds proclaim. In Long and glee who Shew d his Worth in a fight and deede of Power and might when War a dark Houra like night in wrap tha free. Dana Lesa he mat the be. And Daar for is a now when Bovee we re slim pm a Leb a valor Thea Emma a a Alae again will a oat Freak mount to pm a Tritt Mph to Aatila a a Aumi to Ada from the Watera Prairie Groode and Batera Hub a Haar ita Ethelm Ory Olaaf the Tatum a or. Were bae Doai a Beaver High the a Piet a Titi Valeie Vav Mii up in Quot ii fifty is the Quantity of land which Gen. Harrison thinks every Man ought to own before he is he Lowed to vote for his ruler. And yet the whigs Call him a Democrat let the hard tinted working Man Mark the fact and remember what the whigs mean by he term Democrat. Let them remember that a whig Dema Cral is a Man who desires a Freehold in Tifty acres of land As a preliminary to the right of voting of on Diimig a Standard. Harrison and Tyler Are. Both of Thorn opposed to the right of suffrage without a property qualification. No Man who docs hot own fifty acres of land could vote were their principles to prevail. True candidates Are they of the Federal party. Harrison avowed himself fur such an Ord Nantie in the North Western territory acid Tyler took this ground in the Virginia convention for re modelling the Constitution of that state. Thus of to conclusion is imported from the Springfield Republican the hard cider spree in Westfield. Highly flattering to a panic orator this City for the occasion Quot the greatest Spe eeb of the Day was that of la Avi Lincoln the cast Gator of Ogle a spoke about three hours and in the time Tono hed upon a variety of topics with signal ability. Tell Chap to Crow iitpbowpt0.�?by j. S. Esq. A Soldier of the revolution and Long a citizen of Rome n. Y., of bearing the federalists Call themselves whigs t. I like the Whige seventy six but not of Whir our i do not like their dirty tricks. But hate them More and More. Nat Ramal Moon a abort time before his death expressed the beef that or. Yan Buren was better Saitow. Both by Hia political principles and excellent private character for the pre Sideney Man any other Man be kaew. Has or. Drake recently eco fuated whether the clerk of Hawaii Stoa county court has got the by Mir Otmer Ifim a a the Heady or a Ana fear 1 of it Weald be Well for Bim to foal the poise of some Cibie a Ommittee. Beatley a Miaow any Giurea the following in Ratni Tina of Irish Zombati Vaasa Boob Darth it Niba o clock at fair Aad a a Eil a Al get yet will any body Bare the Kiad Nen to Ireat a Kkt tem of met Madame Rayal Wye a Eli apr of a week the of or to a a if the ii Tabar a of pm lira be rim Fol iils Iohp .

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