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Allen County Democrat (Newspaper) - April 4, 1866, Lima, Ohio HATEa OF ADVERT1S Uau Catk t AJ Oat lit of neeeeiearily for paMi but a guaranty of good An will not be noticed Iriirs of general Intercftto the county Mliclted from any of the BUSINESS Pleja Attorney Clerl JOBS HUIKCCL BiMOL V o B of Tntolrenta AX Notary and made on Ad i AT attention and rea to Probate bnil dow HaauTof the Court James Sutcetior to AT in the Court promptly attended John a TTORSEY AT AAlwi Prompt will to all 3 Elmore 4 1TOBKJBY AT in the of Van Wen adjoining Bmiaen promptli TTOBN2V8 AT lo an John TIOllSEX AT Will ntniUd to caro ot Jai frorUion to atl the foraiet over oetlEtf 8am y 1TK Profeliional to the eiU Lima and John AND noar Heal Will attend to all entrmted to him Charles TJOMCEPATniC of Public John Shoo Respcet fal j to the of Li Will attend promptly to all entrnitod to hil AKD reliered from doty a mem of the Board of Enrollment of roepeotfully offers to people of Lima and Tiojnity ia up Of ASD permanently located wonH rMpecttully offer to citiitos of Lima and Having an extencire experience during the past both in hospital and cifil prac be to merit and reoeiro ahare of the public OBoe 2nd door Booth ef BParticular attention paid to chronic and inrgiaal Calt or John Every atten tioa paid to B Weldon Y THORHTOS A Good or no pay feeojmr Tha patronage of the public U Overmyeii IS D At and To country deal ofai hUda kept hand for at all timci QSIO Jokbtnj De I am now prepared and do ia aotto on aaer to th cf the VOLITME 1L WEDNESDAY APRIL e witk eoe t Oiiitaart erer ire 11 a ef t llfte AIXEtt USE IT A United States Claim Agent For Bescring Griy nir lo iu Mtml color Anthorited by the Corernment to collec Bounty tp obtain Land procure ariiipR out of the with to attend to Ui in Tucker for Tuckor for Tuclter ob for Tucker for Tucker for minor Tucker Bounty and Pay foi Sol Tucker Bounty and Pay for TVid Tueker Bounty lor Tuclter Bounty and Pay for Fa Tucker Bounty A Pay for Moth Tucker Pay for Broth and Special attention giren to tettlement and collection of Tho intimate acquaintance with the Lawt aird ROTernhig th EXECUTIVE which bo rai acquired by long hi him to satUfaction to All confided to will re eire prompt fSf Office over the Book February VT ASONIO KOTICISI of a toilge KIOHTB or STiirn flrit and third Monday each lima Chapter or Riocum the and third Friday of each lima Council tho of each Shaucee Cncampmeut KIOHT or tha sec nd Taeiday ercnine of M AD A N T H O OYSTER Y o KT 3ST 5T WOULD reftpectfully inform oar that prepared to Oystors in thBTTery Best Style And for tbe ACCOMMODATION OF TUX LADIES fitted up a room for their where tliey will on by on Remember the place corner of the Ladiei ooa up July CAKES AND21P1ES AI and JOSEPH MAKLEY would res pectfolly announce to thxitizens of Li ma and that he Einihcd bis netr Bakery ISTear the d now ready to fnrnifb the people nith atAVholetaUanJ He especially attend to furoitbiug here For Parties and Wedding le and lells at wholesale or bythe barrel or c c JK is it nd Jills all on and in le moat Those detiring nything u tnj Kill cave money by cal ne on JOSEPH Dec J7 f 1 NE Co Blank Book Manufactuaers JOB Bounty Justices get order in the best man BLANK for theme of tbe County OurBLAXItS are almost unlrenally oon eded to be tbe prepared in the rinted on fine ruled in the best t will meet with prompt attention I OLDENS I peotfnlly and old that he joat opened a Beataor where he ia at al prepared to in the ivV tiSV PigV and everything in the ea ing lino the matk ri by the Kn c TjK Md Biindiiig producing hair nponjbald rhere the diieaie ii aot hereditary tops hair from falling off or turning gray beating all of tbe v and and may be in any form no Sugar of This preparation beon fully teited by and SEVER FAILED to aecom all that ii claimed for it when ac cording to The proprleioriiaware that many hare been disappointed by the high sounding pretense of many of the prep arations with the market been fill ed for a but tach confidence he place in the merits of hir article that lie offers to refund tbe money in all after n thorough trial of two giro entire It and recommended by the clergy and tbo their entiro appro It does not toil purest linen or the The first section of contains an bill onumeration of M vi 1 UU HO Vetoes the ClVlI rights to be enjoyed by those clas con Rights SEASONS FOB ING THE sea and iSt uiiiahment of crimo wbercol P shall havo been dalv or by reason of color or for thr eufore to sue th jparte3tl0 Kve to inher real anil personal property and to havo the full and ciiua benc song in the United States in civil and provide means of their contains pro visi ions which J can not approve con ed by hno nut exceeding ono fioi I fani or imprisonment noT an I exceed inq ono or in tho personal of tbo full and euaal benc Hecms to bo iply to some cxistitifjanii fu law of a State and Territory o conflict with raadc to tho bill now under ccraton the fcamo punishment pains for lime i jf the lo i lukcs from ibr judii il department of tha tlio KK IY 1 and exduaire duty a mid tl Mau iilo a UUre 1 to D tlif will if It it cear that the lo lj any drm tlir an 1 i them ly thv the IIP LittT Of tin wiiluho thn Coinmin so lo ii tulrcled by the C ajloint in wrltihp ono or from lime to to urrniitA nml lij the Tiioo onJeial aj are ty in add i ton to Ilio milHaryl and even to iMI to aid oiati portion of tlio land naval of the Pnilod Si gnizanri of the U oesnt pures nen or e nicest Itiidalicately and elegantly United end not fiUDJCCt is eaily and ell lhatjany foreign 11011On0tn v II in i I IJllt I blCl in the any tho person or proportv ca iect Between tbo black Such an act tn lho jevu Iloiv I and cmirt Call for Clocks Eieeliior Ilnir Restor and take no by all drug gnts at A Rent for Jk Waoiomlo Cin S Old Borbon Domestic Cigars and Cast Side Walnut Jlttueea Stemd and GENTS EASY MADE By telling Card Photographs and Our Stationery Packets tx clla all othen Packagecontain Pa and Jewol y worth a dollar at Price only 3D will send Agents 100 and s Silrer Watch for TTealto publiih plendid SteelEngraving and lith rery popular andralea Will send a fine assortment of 100 for or lot that will cell for J30 or Will a imple lot for that wfll cell for Send itamp for 1IASKIX3 A C0y 6 Commission Merchants JSD AGENTS L North 2nd nyrftll and tetciTe on Com G and all of Counfiy Irdefs and to whkh prompt attention wiUSbe Weekly Current sent to ClellaB and H 3uehler Howard and Philadelphia ames IbX undersigned U now readyLat ailttaM T it DISEASE OF of Veterinary foondat hi4 south if in Wm to sfcall decide ftqtitniry Co ibrt acting upon a qooalion in on hand all of ftne ar kinda imide and erery ariai and quality neceasaryjj MV A T 1 0 Vlwi tTil J for Bondings terriMey to tbe James arder ld in a rolantary This Chineae ans subject called as well as the as well as goulh ft lho ptrftirmamo of tht powor irrcs crlptic ftnly thuity bo made A toft Inttd nnj nnrn 1 militiii ntiil of llio IAWA 11 ro bn adeijiuto fur anr which in time of pen UII race designated as people of and per sons of African blood evory indi vidual of these races born in thc United States by thu madu a citizen of tho United It does not purport to dtclaro or con fer any other right of citizenship than federal It dous not propose to givothese that no whiteistato who should person shall intermarry with ncno or aifor conflicting with tho pro Chancellor1 risious of thu bill that tho tho the Stato Cuurts who should N0 lur s til Kent speaking of that marriage between them and der judgment in antngouikin with w tho are forbidden in someiits and Marshals and IXVS tlf l1 of the States whpro slavery doeajiffs who as ministerial not and they arb oxoeute processes inall slavcholding States by issued byStatojud iiriUraiy otlior then to bo had law at jiliad an1 by Stato in nut tho CoiiNtiiuiioti tin United HIP nt any nm incsu niivi in hue tlio ptihlio to lho intorciitu llllcrtlVH Of llio ion provides t bo pair lo o llu t oes not propose to gvo tese and not iVV classes of persons of th are and rocould b izens of excet that which oaj n of except may result from their status as cit izans of tho United Thc power to confer lho of Stato citizens ie garcd as nn offenfl3 against the public I do not say that this bill repeals State laws oa tho subject of Inter just as ago between the two ni rflfnfl with the gevernl as wbiUg fore is for too first to and thoro subjected to fin aw9 and imprisonment for the performbe to Slnloj ance of tho dutie i S Thc naturall anco of tho duties which such laws may Tho legislation thus imposed in of f f proposed to be giren by as is claimed by that all persons who are already are by tho Uon atilutian citizens of the Unilod the passage of tho pending can not be uecessary to make on the other such persons aro not may be assumed from the proposed legislation to make them the grave question presents whether where eleven of thc thirty six States are unrepresented in Con gress at this it is sound pol icy to make ono entire colored pop ulation and all other cxcepted clas ses citizens of the United Four millions of themhavo just emerged from slavery into freedom and can it bo reasonable tosupposo tbat possets the requisite qual ifications to entitle them all privileges and immunities of citi zcnsbip of the United States Have tho people of the several States ex pressed such a conviction 1 It may also bo asked is necess ary they should be declare citizens in order that they may bo secured in tho enjoyment of civil proposed bill the judicial power of theil intermarry with tho It aajH to every Stato Court The Constit from whatnourrv nuf bo in lho powur to iranxUr to tribunuU certain tlaasos embraced rAI to be conferred by thc Tbosp rights are by Federal as well as Stato laws eccnred to all domiciled aliens and foreigners oven before the completion of tha process of and it may safely bo assumed the same enactments are sufficient to give liko protection and benefits to those for whom Ibis bill provides special thepolicy of the Govern from Us origin to the pres ent seems to havo been that persons who are strangers to aad unfamiliar with oar institutions and should pass through a Certain at tho end of rbich before allowing the coveted they must give evidence of their fitness to receive arid exercise the rights of citizens as con torn phi ted in propo cnmination against large lumbers of intelfigeht and foreigners srjd i n favor of ne mtejligence have just now been iuddenly llejmoijti of ne from his previous pnfortu aervitndc informed asto Aaturo a idohac coming from exists himself a lations rwtk wfii tf to wticlt lie wlantar pnrsbit of tion the two races in the jcctjou to fine and admiralty and mattorofreal of suits and of contracts may not also repeal tho Stnlo laws as to the contracts ofmarriage be tween the Hitherto every liubject embraced in tho enumera tion of rights contained in tho bill has been considered as exclusively belonging to the States tboy all elato to tho internal policy arid economy of rcapectivo Thoy arc matters in each concern tho domestic condit ion of its varying in each according to own peculiar cir cumstances and safety and well be ing of its own I do not mean to aay that upon all these subjects tboro arc not Federal res for in tbo Slat power of legislation over contract There is aFedaral Hmitatio that no State shallpass an expos facto law and as to tbat n State shall make anythingbutgol and silver a legal But whore can we find a Fedcra prohibition against tho power of State to as flo most between aliens and citizens between artifical persons called con nalncalizcd persons 1 tbe right to hold real estatoiJ it be granted that Congress pan re pealail StateJaws dicriminatin between whites and blacks in th subjects covered by this why may be may too Congressrepeal id same wa all State laws discrinjinattnff be tween tho two races on the snbjec sttflrage and office can declare by Jawwho shall jf under tho prohibition of a can only make such contracts if you decide thaithis tha whites themselves aro to can not un der this bill enter into marriage contracts with tho 1 uitc this howev as an instance of tho State poli cy as to and to in quiro if Congress can ab rogato all Stato Jaws of discrimina clarlhl WB United States shall or nd to tint of ur nut hut In they arc lo ho are lo 1m pnd ihe fr to motl State to allow ii negro to in law and equity If you hold that oven fn eucti subject matter the said law is para under color of a Stato or rofuso tho exercise of tho right their authority to all ailVol r in law ami rquitv V ll rn5U unlar thin the I lho United nm tad men itliifht ponr United treatien mat and which nhall mud AT to the your judg however sub tl such doubtful Jn ing or minister or othor jiuhJu tho next place this of different of tho citizens of tho lho npon ho ortl thoro hold for the purpose of ho ami trial of f have capacity to mako contracts i a then Congress can also b regar tWit th 01 intelligent ana patriotic terrace th foreigners and in favor or AS to after Jong tohpjd any plpce avenuesw ffeeKWD yotaio temtbr intelligence bare fust now been iitbc Unitsd As reepfcola the Territories o JT the powers onr t the teo sMtlarpro aflbia discrimy sinV bill seems to be as adtof lands urnlor eqnato judicial remedies coull and betv adoptetfto secure tlio desired end citizens and without cnvading the or suhjectn the Juil of legislators always important powor of tho be preserved in the interest of pubiespresMy rent forth aid for lie without assailing thejand the act of Scptemtxr J independence ways essential of individual rigbts imparting tho eflicicncy of minisover terial officers alv tbo maintenance and I IT II VIS W V f II IJff I I t U f I I f I of the establishing the JiHiclaryCoiirUoJ niilbfirtzes to tho preservation United in up1 nvhptrtnn and without on tfio Federal r to eflicicncy of minisover origin a of the Innrf or hsrs always necessary for jbunala is careful to roirjno them ilp ice of public peace in the in ihallb I r i 1 n nnvttnl 11m jabove recited clause of Con Tbo remedy proposed by Tins ofkljfc bill section seems to bo in this comprcbendofcaNeH not only nnonolous but nnconstituand authorizes the exerciijof that for nt or ni ililPl be prevent he tiolation forro the due of thin o the right of making index rating laws in regard to all matters aris ing within their sub ject only to tbo reconstruction in tbe cases of conflict with tho Con stitution and Constitutional laws of the United tbe latter to be held as the supremo law of tho Tbe third section gives tbo Dis trict Courts of tho United States by thcCoijUtulion I nl ttliOWfomj tirisdictionof tlou to tees nothing with certainty if it within tho jtirindictionof Ml f10 does insure tho several of the United rt Vr Tast them well part to all of tbj tr thoHo that have as to have not been engaged iiValellion it may bo nsstiincl tUs thority is incident t jrantod to racoof whiU arid blacM lie Mtbtrtiii jlivcd together tbo relation mftitcr exclusive connieanco of all crimes stiution and offenses committed against theiforce by c provisions of this and concarjarticlp declaring that oeithi Jn noir b riant jurisdiction with the Circuit very nor involuntary Coiflofthe United of all cept ns punishment for jijno which I ss to r are tb i master Of onji civil and criminal cases effecting persons who aro or can not enforce in theConrts or judicial tri banals of the Btate or locality where they may any of the rights secured to them by the first section the construction which I have given to the second make qlear what kind of de af aFor deprivation of secnr by7the first section was in coh r JLtis a denial or privatloD rigtots in the courts judiciftl tri df the It eJear of the offense1 landpenalties provided in are intended for Inthe clear i v exercSaofnis functions as a asiooitet the State J fedoratrlaw incnilidj hp rf slavery owtfjndgment tbo peril of fine id wner daly of the party shall shall exist wlj their be oon tho Ujnited States or any pin jectt H claimed that with a view to t forcer icnt Of this article of tlj stilnli there is atpreseriy necessity for this bill con Slaverybos been a at pr esei it nowhere exists wfthune arisd ction of tho Unifed Sty nrJr bis there nor is it I tbcro will be any at tempts to re harmonious each has m sealing the atnHf left to the laws that regnlata cspijal dndl labor it iscoifidintlybelJtrred i will sotisfootorily out the is Efts noraot not to know its ofrfl1 that Tbisiblii r r U by tbo of tbo if any it wilt bftcomo the tho General to C3 cigcanyand all incidental ppwlas the breach necessary to atumpw jatiigl Uoa of political nomeroas Uorarnmont freed The fourth sicti Ibelr irrptsiand that olhor officers ptt President of tho Uni en w UiUewiJetrJpWed of ibis MX or Superior of Territoms to wii who i i jo Wttiiobas ever f
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