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Lima Argus, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1847, Lima, Ohio THE LIMA ARGUS The its it Expedient FIFTH VOLUME Morning December 28 1847 NO 33 Lima ia every J morning Imperial ihMi at ft per wr f 1 OO If the be paid i W THE HOUSE ffe paper will be ill paid aa A tut a patted ibaa tit ef this will sp k noU at UM end every year and as hereafter et- jeer One dollar per for and allowed aad IllUk CAWI AWD KLAKK IKG to THE WORLD f B t world it Male Aad hit liken In world w the tt ill nay be but alt U for Ike It Ibr lie tuning mirth fur The mol it MI Ibr unit 4 Anil rum I I lie In Mr to Ike iUri Thai fnr ilir tiering Ot HI I ilc br a Trl i In r c 1 world well HEN for Ohio Statesman MONDAY Dec 13 The Speaker prevented the report of be Auditor ef mate Laid M UM table aad ordered to M printed Mr Bam from Joha Meredith aad 140 er citizens of County foi an aad revision Referred to the committee on the Reports of Standing Committees The to a superior court Cleveland vat I ben read the third time and aad The report thna stamped waa by the whig aad all ever Slate the people paying the pottage The report n by tbe whole tLs sbif meat er concurring therein Mr read to tbe report wat made an fort waa te allow Dickinson the to defend but that by a party tote the it down Tbe Clerk then proceeded lo reed tbe re having read a portion mored lo ilk I be reading The Chair upon referring to decided that the motion wan out order Mr again that he wished for formal ion If the print From CalHoun Introducing IN Mr offered a for i one that they could read for waite tbe demand for Tbe Clerk proceeded to read and continued un- til I be hour of dinner when The Senate took a 14 By Mr VorU from to for of of the report of tbe directors of tbe aod Dumb of ilie to be in German to Committee on Priming The went into of the in tbe considered the to taxation back and tu Finance To amend the act lo define Ibe powers tnd da let of in criminal catet pa ted March Jib On a motion maae by Mr Oldt while Laid on the table u lo amend an animated de- Bt Mr frem John P an inmal which involved the whole credit of tern of Ike country aod the project repealing a-l he commenced lawt fur tbe ol lo j Mr ted the g I 1 o of leases baring more leu years to run 10 Judiciary B yr t of Co the election of Berry Judge of j men i said county Laid on tbe table j By Mr from of Co lor an Cirr Dec P M In Senate to-day Mr offered a series resolutions declaring that to conquer and hold Mei ico either as a province or to incorporate it into Union would be neons with the avowed objects for which the war bus been departure from the policy of the Government conflict with our National character and in the end subversive of our free and popular tiona The resolution also declares that no line of policy should be adopted in the future prosecution ol tlie war leading to consequences so disastrous Under the rule the were laid over for day before they could be acted upon The House was engaged to day in debating a relative to home currency The President has aent a message to the Mouse giving his reasons for not signing the river and bar bor of the last session Chairmen of in thr Staffs Senate Dec 13 1847 Qn motion of Mr Mangum the following For il n r MI t il i Kr I h Thou t MI Mini ot iri man ikr lore Of i Turn ii in inc Him tlum mil Tbv It am tc i i rnu Aa jv Lwt t id M rf haw ilie nM IT nil 11 i ije iht ak tow if in r Or iht i nr Barns c- i i L HT Mr of PiLe great genius appeared to tU at for BMr b t a o drawing as a son of nondescript I ef Sriolo and think It is in one of letters of a Referred to tlie Committee man in Scotland who If publishing net u loie apt muled ea tint he would but pol them in decent language tie a lo create Ibe Judicial be very Notwithstanding Hi ir fc the ibercm 1 hr went inly of Ilie Whole Mr is si e Chan at d bills ol a IM cli j I h- ir Mr in j 1 tu Hie t ul iLe were ilien taken up and tlie tiring on it wat car in lUc I lie are the tame at in tbe I he presented Dec 13 j By Mr from of of Ilie biack lawt laid uu tl of the several standing committees were pointed i amendment of ilia law regulating roads aad Mr Sevier on Foreign Relations ays Referred to i 1 x on Lawrence preset led the proof of publication of thai a petition would be presented at the J foi new county ol to on New A making fur Certain purposes therein named wat read Ilie third tine and Introduced By Mr a of tax to amend ibe act regulating Ibe tice of judicial com It Mr Blake from the Committee on common reported a II to author the sale of he be can see m Now none will cha ge Cowper with Hums He said mcr for young thun ot his Committee on would say iiut ore singular genius most expert t j What Cowper thought a defect si d many wise ones of the day at proves to be the beauty has endeared him to By Ibe t o for tUe uf dampen by tbe con- ol Feeder to the Mr Noble Judiciary committee ted lo regulate money be looting 13 and recommended Us indefinite postpone ment agreed lo Alto tbe lo secure lo Ohio volunteers and ID of II e United Stales the right vole IK certain cafes recommending in with tbe Bills Introduced flit Chair pretexted Ibe annual Mr Lawrence from tbe committee re j ported back Ibe any citizen of ibit Slate from holding more tban one of Sect therein named ai the tame time and the report of tbe wat then ordered to a third reading Auditor 01 laid o ibe table I by The tbe special report of offered a agreed jibe Board of Public Work in lo a Of Governor at re Scotland once ibe in relation to land to ibe to the repeal o I he black Uws lo did for in the vulgar speech ennobling ibe Mercer county and Sn mile commit lee of five it and giving majesty in simplicity which to the i of offered a joint u llC on ibe part of tbe Senate and on tue part of rote and back Table of the triumph Tins tbe reason why Burns cannot die Sewn cot ia halb and houses of a ts to be found the denizen of every spot a tune of nationality breathes He ia he hat descended to heart he sought not Mr Corwine a that the Cn notion of Mr of Hamilton of will receive aw 1 me were adopted from the Lunatic Atrium during Ibe but affection and having secured tins 10 upon Laid oa have raised him 10 tbe is fated ol and Local Law Oo itself into commit will n he and con- lie then look Hoase resol ved itself Ibe WUMe Mr Puller in Mr offered a which wat agreed In directing the com- millee on and Lands lo thair F A ia told of an irish who pre to and awt of the Preach Revolution to make ike great stale tits journeying waa of accident He waa everywhere re- with courtesy kb health waa good his ser vaatt ever and aa tb j continent had not bean spoiled by British travellers the charges wore But the Iriah waa ill at aaaa and till one day at a rada iei Spain ha band afarion fray to learn the or aMrita of ibe ha leafed from hia carriage and ia iha The of igbt waa examine tbe exitliag lawt in reference lo and report a blU liar ueller lation and Mr tbe on Public Works back with one amendment hill tu incorporate ibe and Indiana Company which wat agreed and Tbe hill waa then lo a committee of tbe whole The taea i Mr Dae 14 billt 1 be Chair announced Messrs Cool man Blake Potter and Beck at tbe committee ou tc of ibe Governor's message as relates to Ibe Lawt The Chair alw laid before tbe Home a report from Ibe Secretary ef Slate in reply le resolution the Home in relation to i Ridgway for Ibe with of Laid on table Senate in relation lo Ibe Ibe of aa a of ibe ef Mate a- mended bt linking number ef the committee oa part of ike aad by illing blank wilk M tbe oa part of Ike House rbe ibaa look a recess Sturgeon on on Military Affairs on Naval Militia on Public ulec on Private Claims on Indian Affairs Mason on Claims Bright on Revolutionary on Judiciary on the Post Office and Post Roads 1 Hannegan on Roads and Canals Johnson of louisiana on 1 Cameron on the District of Columbia Wescott on Patents and the Patent Office Tumey on Retrenchment Douglass on Territories Hunter on c Felch to Audit and the Contingent Ex- of the on Printing Downs on Engrossed Bills Pearce on Rusk en Enrolled Is The following are the of he most im- portant Committees in the House of R presents lives Committee on W son of Indiana at ara reading the President's and instantly our type here are it in form for a re But I sat down to write you of ha the way thix western country it hard lo beat in The Ohio river is now S o'clock P M less than seven feet of high voter marks j 1832 rising at the of three or four inches per hour Tlie first nf tbe front above and below Miami streets are under water The water wants but about two feet perpendicular hight of the curbstone at the door ol Hotel corner of Broadway and Front streets The are emptying their cellars as far back as Market street confidently ing that all is to be immolated as in 1832 the of bottom lands are now completely ami impending devastation and rum are last rushing on their victim The pass on tbe boats from above report houses sur rounded by water and women and children re- treating to the lulls The water Pittsburgh has scarcely reached us yet it shall have arrived and passed we shall know the worst It will coat but few perhaps yet an almost incalculable amount of suffering of property It will necessarily suspend commercial for some time to tbe water shall recede to of an ordinary flood at least Whin shall that For 30 it baa either snowed or ra ned almost without cessation and every flask of electricity from Pittsburgh says it there every hour brings us word that this that and the other place ig I hear of no serious accident or frightful destruction of property A near the Brighton House is said to be overcome by old water 1 have no doubt but two others in New Richmond are com- within the same influence I leave until morning when I shall you of what a night bring forth Dec 14 7 o'clock A just fiom a survey of the city from Walnut street lo the Railroad bridge over D er Creek The bridge I under water The street to Broadway is impassible even ou horse back The water is ia Broadway and Walnut streets are filling in Everyone in nation The rising The snow deep and yet filling wilb a fury seldo n equalled in tim region and families anxiously inquiring where they shall flee to In two or three hours the water will be dawn Columbia street The locals of oar city will aod record all tlie casualties and scenes of suffering better than I can Every and every despatch above aays were and higher water Your friend in the QUEEN CITY Incidents of Flood The news gatherer of the Enquirer in passing Ways and I F Vinton of Ohio over Hie flooded district in a boat witnessed Hunt of New York j scenes of distress and suffering Two of these m- Vermont are Port Offices ant Post L Rowing up Race we saw a amount of Virginia ol lu afloat in tde lumber yard of w which that given Fansa by the earners waa a saere tri i The Speaker laid report of i Mr t or win lo refer il l A rich oU ajaa who a yt Thia in hia will That hia at tide threw hia body far beyond the One him why paat hie life He 10 lie the rolling ha bia and wife Had awora lhat aha woaM dance bat grave in a IMF FROM PE OS MOVE Ai We have dates to the of Motor from San Fe Fifteen hundred tronpa pieces artillery were to match Chihuahua Three were already on road 1 the had Ed which prevailed aad H on u wat net earned ibe and ibe ben voting for 1 le t hair H- n decided the it motion la 1 be ibea on it ibe Ft t Mr it il an a i la ihn Ii was be wet roit Mr i al hr bad a right and repen ibe at and it wia considered certain thai the meet will at Statesman and 11 ih ineL ibe City of i anT To which Toas I knaw and I what How I haanl of a n u i M wkM ha know ton I know yow ae a r lim know corn yoti ead Ohio e New daiea o the Vera I raa 3d and liwn lo November Il is thai Santa Anna has a fro against ibe and had called on country to a force vf reae the war He waa at the of 16 of all deter and wsa il i t i i i 4 which was m to bad Oen W with a strong Joseph R I of Penns 1 Co T scene presented itself thai ma j grate human ty Ii was a drayman having epon Claims Daniel P King of nia vehicle e anJ some of her Massachusetts furniture When near to land he refused to pro Andrew Stewart of further unless she paid him two oaf dollar being all she ha I She remonstrated ai d he threatened lo throw aii Hei erers presented themselves in the persons of Taylor and Folger into tho I water middle deep by the bead led him to the shore Taylor then White of New York Indian P Gentry of Ten Military Minor Bolts of Va B Thompson of Natal Butler King of Geor a couple of the committee to drive dray with the where she shed Foreign Smith of then ordered them to bring tbe tiny nan before M In a in Pike street in there vet two the one occupying the lutrer moved out leaving with the in fecund two children which were to be taken of Near the close of diy on CUL B Smith of Indiana City Dec 17 Nothing important in the House day The Senate adjourned yesterday ever till Monday HIGH RAIL Dae m In reply to yoors I inform jou that Mr Clement the Railroad agent says that the cannot ten miles of the city is 01 he high renders road at Duck and Opera lions will aa soon aa the The lower pait of ih a city ia completely ted Five The an ne ia a one From Ohio and Dec Dcaa COL For days I hate seen nath ng aaw heie worth down You were ad the father called for children in and found up to their in water the people to whom were having departed and lef alone Il waa an of a family of demons he punched if not by law then should hU name hi published humanity might know who to in The of the aame date a large ware w in baled hny in the upper part af the town was floated a there were upwards of one of waa and only way to save them from from drowning was to shoot them and the bodies Full one of tbe I by I a under water Daring lac the water to rite slowly B o'clock m th il had about ii and At point t letted three aa in 1832 No jam of 0 ity ol the rai of Die or be frr n to UM aa it was ere ia a A fcw dayn n that bay faat that clothea are loo are put aad ha has lately upon Mr be refert a the went teat forth m adders Ma marched Law Port Mann Maw that Col ami eight and to to 1 Henry Oar U of the had bis who awt to lum ar dir makes hit f raat prove his own Mad in ibe war now fee of Gen Outlet's Vera lot Stales and and in fcw in PWI Yelk lo Utc we hue ou Merely lo nn from MB 4 Miami n m ii Stale tht of into Oh it hr Mavc great Ai the Ohn bat tat seen in 32 tik and on of Ohio confined vf ibt
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