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   Lima Argus, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1847, Lima, Ohio                               THE LIMA ARGUS. The CeattiiiitlMi its Blcht it Expedient." FIFTH VOLUME. Toesda? Morning, December 28, 1847. NO, 33. TBBHa) rTVHE Lima Atgaa ia every loeaday J morning. Imperial ihMi at ft per wr f 1 OO If the Mtocripfton be paid i OTttCK W THE COUBT HOUSE. ffe paper will be dhMeatHMea1 ill paid, aa selterinlan raaeive A tut a tbortar patted ibaa tit sMntha. ef this olBee will sp k; noU at UM end every year. and as liriiastrtsaaattbsll hereafter persait newspaptr et- jeer. One dollar per tqaare for ihrt. IB- icrlbMt, and OedeMioti allowed forywilr aad fctlf IllUk CAWI, AWD KLAKK FBim IKG. to erdtr.aM aherleM aotUe. THE WORLD. f B. t. AXBBOS. world it hll.hxl Male eri.t, Aad hit (liken Miikt In ri-il; world w the tt ill rrplwt, nay be  n Cleveland, vat I ben read the third time and paued. aad iafaaMtut slander. The report thna stamped waa priated by the whig aad Sanked all ever lha Slate, the people paying the pottage. The report n tigned by tbe whole cumieitUe tLs sbif meat er concurring therein. Mr. Reeaielie read frss ihe Joiuoab to (Katirbea tbe report' wat made, an ef- fort waa aiade te allow Dickinson. ar.e the iodividuab tlaodered, to defend (iionelf- but that, by a party tote, the ntled it down. Tbe Clerk then proceeded lo reed tbe re having read a toiall portion. Mr.atuttoo mored lo dt'pente ilk I be reading. The Chair, upon referring to Jetterton't Maoucl, decided that the motion wan out order Mr Reeaielin again ttated that he wished for formal ion If the wt.uld print :lie mval From CalHoun Introducing Tetritory-DEBATK IN HOUSE-, Mr Stuttoo offered a retolulipo for >iie printiag i nuiuber efcopiet one that they could read for cht-erfmif waite tbe demand for readtog. Tbe Clerk proceeded to read, and continued un- til I be hour of dinner; when The Senate took a receta Tnetday. 14, 1F47. By Mr. VorU. from SSritiaentof Snmn.it to ,for of SOOO copiet of the report of tbe directors of tbe Detf aod Dumb of ilie c.piet to be in German. Hcferied to Committee on Priming. The went into of the Mr-King in tbe considered the bill to eqnUize taxation. Kepurtcil back and refeired tu lha Finance coaimiliee. To amend the act lo define Ibe powers tnd da let of JutMcet in criminal catet, pa ted March Jib, 1IU4. On a motion maae by Mr. Oldt, while onhebiackllaws- Laid on the table. u cominiltee, lo amend ll.e bill, an animated de- Bt Mr. a...sell. frem John P. Hntaoii. an inmal. ba-e entued, which involved the whole credit oftbe At.hmi.apon tfaasubject of H.eolo tern of Ike country, aod the project repealing a-l Aftcr ,he _ commenced, lawt fur tbe cotleu.on ol d.Lu. ltecomi.mud lo j Mr ted lliat the read- g -'the peti- I 1 o rre.eiil Ib'e eaecutioo of leases baring more wat'tlien tl.ao leu years to run. Iteferred 10 Judiciary com-! B, yr t of Vaa.Weil Co {fur the election of Berry Atcuciale Judge of j men i said county. Laid on tbe table, j By Mr bandm from of P.ilmm Co lor an Cirr, Dec. P. M. In Senate to-day, Mr, Cidboun offered a series o1 resolutions declaring that to conquer and hold Mei ico, either as a province, or to incorporate it into Union, would be .neons sicnt with the avowed objects for which the war bus been departure from the sett'ed policy of the Government conflict with our National character, and in the end subversive of our free and popular institu 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 leaolutions were laid over for day before they could be acted upon. The House was engaged to day in debating a bill relative to home currency. The President has aent a message to the Mouse, giving his reasons for not signing the river and bar. bor bill of the last session. Chairmen of tontmitfccft in thr I'nitcfl Staffs Senate. MOSDAT. Dec. 13, 1847. Qn motion of Mr. Mangum, the following chair- For il liiii it-oti n ilii'i r MI..' t il i Kr I h Thou wltlmg t BAiieri MI..' et 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- pletely within the same influence. I leave tpen until morning, when I shall adtise you of what a night atiall bring forth. Dec 14 7 o'clock, A just reiurned fiom a survey of the city from Walnut street lo the Railroad bridge, over D er Creek The bridge I under water. The street iheoce to Broadway is impassible, even ou horse back. The water is ia Broadway. Sjctnnore and Walnut streets. 'Ihe are filling in p'aies. Everyone in conster- nation. The snll 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 gtther aod record all tlie casualties and scenes of suffering better than I can Every atnvsl and every despatch froai 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 mar.y Hunt, of New York, j scenes of distress and suffering. Two of these m- Pnblic Colliiner, Vermont are described- Port Offices ant Post L. "Rowing up Race we saw a lar-e amount of Virginia. ol lu nber afloat in tde lumber yard of Vandngnff ______ w. which that given Fansa by the dtacoortaooa earners, waa a saere tri. i The Speaker laid brfora lha Saoaia ihe report of, r- i Mr. t, or win lo refer il l A rich oU ajaa, who aurried a yt Thia ermoua ordat in hia will That hia esccaiora. at lowaat tide. SboaU threw hia body far beyond the aawk. One aakad him why. paat hie anoiial life. He wiahed 10 lie baacath the rolling ha aaid. bia favag and hmog wife Had awora lhat aha woaM dance epoa bat grave. in a rcoai IMF. Wvlll KKWS FROM SAXTA PE. OS T1IK MOVE Ai AlN'bl We have dates to the 20ih of (Motor, from San. Fe. Fifteen hundred tronpa whh twrne pieces artillery, were to match Chihuahua. Three companica were already on ihe road. 1 ratiiored tbal the had concfntra ifticc. ?iil. Ed which wotm prevailed aad H Iwrned on twl u wat net earned, ibe and ibe eemocratK mem- ben voting for l'ie mraiw-e. 1 le t hair H- n decided the it lot! motion la prmi 1 be qtntitm ibea on refernna; it ibe Ft aance t ommrtce Mr. Ovit it il an ualieatd iajf. a .i 
                            

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