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Lima Argus (Newspaper) - April 8, 1854, Lima, Ohio
Tome is editors and 03 a few trays Prijic tothe Spring we had an itching and in Ouri aspiration did Lillif Crar ambitious Hopes on the correspondence of he n March 25 i important station of scribe to the corporation of Lima Fin oar aspirations we were not editors in nuanced so by a desire to serve our j weeks and destroying the peace he hug und Hannons of the various sections of the 0 in on the Bill of m Law Nion there Are those who desire that the to charter a new Batch of was la 1 ulu Bolding state should acc quire additional Ken up 1 he test question Vas Iturri torn in the belief or Hope of effecting and Mijc and was of i Rte Shomst and a Jujj a atrium and ivc it f r v Trio ohm Slatt Here have furnished Between yeas nays i every them and the bit present voting in the Aih Ramatu for supreme member uni fill Mic a n d k 5i i m i l l k nature of Tilin g it Taij of Bill Foo wed by i outburst of feeling hardly by Stormy Tifi ies pending the it the Missouri the so h in bean attended within fueling altogether toy instead of taking the or the Union As a guide in helping Lijin to arrive at an pain either Mohave forgotten that there is to Gui Jii our National i or if so utterly disregard Ful of that kill the Lut to it Jour h influenced the recipient of the pertaining to office we looked and were doomed to disappoint our either from the Force habit or Occas your opponent is a better look aug personage than bestowed to Weir fa1 sir iriv 11 re an which has brought Vian on him consequently we were this is not on 1 11 v the Middle of South Down on to some and Renaut established policy of the govern in an ran fully beaten knocked nto the m Dale of he in addition to Ibe Naslund and extra Ai Liliu Bill Ofiu Law m it and our i h re of the free Alion under the views of their leading h ornery honors Are dashed to the sic his a four speech j from much u Hen Iyamu Tho u transit Gloria but we do dotdcs1 on the of his vedic a is of the word is pouring its copious tried it i t this termination of our Tio is Ellb Hijawi Wero am i streams Over the and these Tho Bill of Tho to Requiro Tho lit Dino harm to kill them Over for the find or Macc their channels Dors of Patent to place upon to Tho new each or containing sigh mid Westward the course of Empire takes us an account of Tho ingredients of we Iii Thuv Aro in the English i the Bill is right happen in i Othi pair Stuart of Michigan Alio defined new fledged and give notice 1 that we Are a standing candidate having in View the fact that great events sometimes i i induced to vote Lor because he did not want follow from Small and important on but was 1 Iman a Xii of Rion by Tho Iphil Abi it Pany All Ivi Vii a i insults from insignificant to interrupt Good Dis oblige gentlemen around Temperance bus i can and nothing in of that Iril Rumont Aslo it have been before tie legislature and passed j other than during the past the Wise and sagacious Southern was agreed to by Tho the Bill is right the widow under these will not look for As far As it but uni lit to have compel the Label tin 1 Ward for the Protection and advancement of cd of All grades to Label their pro the to a vain Competition for political strip Lions in the same English and Murli slut Power in the race of numbers but he will up an invidious distinction Lent my a the institutions Anil inner Essof the South r ice Lac then the Imler wid that which common Bavin that prevented their Likely to interest your they have j by maintaining their just by promo in the a Bill dictate to be an unjust Assumption Eckley has introduced one that been discussing the House deficiency and Ting her Commerce by fostering am making the failure of majoral we deeply deplore the meets with More favor than those Liat have into it Woof the obrioxiousamchd1 is ice i f ensued v j a Peol her of agitation of this and the ded Emmerson moved the following mints of which i have heretofore spoken As exhibited by interested to amendment to which the Force it upon the country As a political wit bits were referred to a select the fundamental principles of the Bill Are de committee of the following is the thatis no reason Why its passage amendment or defeat should be regarded As a distinct pop any be ii voted Down in the raise trouble for the Bih when the House gels hold of Gadsdeu treaty has been considered in executive hut what the Senate will do prominent Southern Lynll 11ul to a Vii in j u democrats or other who shall be injured j Wjt it nobody Somedy the kno i it is opposed it strengthen it is merely a pure j or her own against the person Lor Sellin or the liquor and if Eor she question on which the democratic the whig parties Are divided by their sym a the liquors Are sold or Given while a portion of the democracy look away and shall have the Power in both cases it As the Lam citizens of ans Lutc to enter upon and Settle in any of the Territo Ries of the United and hold tin indies Eccl congressional any recognized As the territorial Largi Flatung another persists in the doctrine thai Congress can the territories whilst in a Chry Ailis using on these another Dow t5ie and Justice of Congress to interfere with to Mike a witness of the intoxicated to against Selling or giving him the liquor and incas of the instil Verity of the then thrown or of the prof Mise idiom pay All and costs u be collected As All other costs Are it is thought the Bill As amended will pass the House by a Large the arts and sciences by to the p punishable by l Cheri skiing and rewarding of leant1 subjecting the often Dor to a i Kig and Genius by thoroughly highly gifted and Noble minded educating the amount an excellent youth miss and one which we Hope to Seo become a the of absorbing question first is House vote on the that Lull Linail quietly on speakers table for ten and it seemed As if All parties were considerably disinclined to to rash Douglas Iliad been repeatedly in the drilling for and on tuesday with a score of Friendly to the Bill in the the House took up the chair Man of the committee moved Tole Terlec Bill to that Kow the reference was to hut the ing their heroic spirit and developing their 1ln same gentleman introduced a Bill sup Gertle and so forming und training to the act to provide Mili them in All and to owners of private properly taken j As to qualify them Oruill honorable and us Cor giving the owners of prop her useful and Render As Lam proud Orty so taken he affirmative in suits at to say their fog suitors have Ever the j thereby entitled to Tho opening and clo and ornaments of their country and Iho world and by strengthening the Bond of Vanhook has introduced a Bill to pro National Union through the Observance of Good fur the procuring and Safe keeping of Iho and making our Northern Brethren feel arms belonging to the to Are glad to in this Wise As Well As Sije Liis subject beginning to receive the Atten Tornal be quirks them on their part Tjo Jis v Oitto wife of was n the Maine land in vew r i fled and would nor so amour has vetoed the Maine Law passed 1 negro question since the enactment of the by a lion it want Back to the1 in intones to to support and defend that Constitution and Union to which they Are indebted fur their unexampled Prosperity and the Truo interests of All lie in and the mottoes of the Kevol tron area till the watchwords of Ribitzi we divided we 1rcscnt putting i the agitation of the slavery Arem Oao March all7cn county l1tkkaky and tkac1i according to Eis and others met on april in the presbyterian Chu Idida to organize a teachers called Coiner Uinise of20 now what particular Benefit is Lobo derived by the democratic party from such Dis organizing agi1 letting Loose upon each other Hie sword of cute lion and we Llian uie can deter a ring hut its ruinous consequences can lie conceived by the most of disc and its disastrous should it Bis easily Foru old inv the dullest Tho Fetuu the we to the so Vecial Consi iteration of men of this description in this Section of the Law enacting and the Senate refused to pass it Over the he gives his reasons for the veto at great the following ale the general grounds for his objections to we copy from the Cincinnati he thinks the provisions of the Bill Are Cal some convenient Epport hours speech in its and the previous it was proposed to put it through under the whip and there was much More Ihnn average attend Ance of and every one knowhow he would but very few knew who was to civil Neil to injure the Temperance and be detrimental to the welfare of the common he Deo sit unconstitutional Amiot Lra fori Raits eminent americans now living vice or Isidor and Jun Lin treasurer of the biographical and historical memoirs their i to serve until the first saturday of by John Livingston of the new York it was Feii we Are indebted to the editor for part that Tho proceedings of this acct Volmie of the above exceedingly inter ing to Publ hed in Lima and that and thinks that the when fill and curiosity by advised of its provisions will View it with no Cul tiny of new York obtained the Esting in matter and no one knew How the i execution it is worthy of a place among us the Best works of the a work exclusive on tip when cutting was recognized by the by devoted to memoirs of american states Afler quoting the Section which authorizes j he began a and although men will always rare interest with Gui he quotes the eleventh Section of Hera been looked upon As a Friend to the while to the Young m Campbell be requested to address Tho next meeting of this to be held on the first saturday of May the Alt of the 0 Hows in to the in of the the perusal of Icse prolific j with Noble will act As demagogue movements of Eukley and others can live to preserving efforts on their part to general the Oai Cica of our state of Accra form comparatively but a final 1 item in the Burden of in Al Rel met Santa Anna an the Inai Ihn r on Tiu Baton her Goin Dollar newspaper says of making vinegar to unix warm Rani with Tun and four quails of weeks you will have tie fillet a lips the 20th of play it is will Larin this Vicinity to teen Hundred and to at Hilf past eight Oploh t i he Miv Ann All with the above a Bountiful Supply of lies have our it nut appetite Are Temple with tamil does to Iho buys in the May else parties have a Oer lifes time when the Sundi run Al Havu their Mali Noniel Hanii in the Harbor of the 1 political org an instance is before us in tie published of a meeting of the democratic voters in Paulding who voted for Pierok and held at the court House in said on the Goth at which the teed by that of i he Bill of declares the sections of the Bill directing he the gain an honorable the present i number is embellished with Fine steel portraits tile tried to stave off but the of and his and jus Pound foolish edit Penny Wise and never made a nation of no ours Union sly in regard searching and seizing i take advantage vote on reference was taken and ayes 05j and the Bill went to the com Mittee of the and Docen ticks Grice and Calron of the United Rich or n people let some of the states supreme each number of the 5 u should six southerners voted to it fiction the door is committee of the of m following among others wore Pei sons May Tak adopted of tins Law to get Possession of property by de it further that we will not vote by the which i Orin any manner Aid in the election Lle i i v r v the nominees of unit convention and that we Enlo Gross frauds and malicious and of 1 Ennesser recommend to those democrats in the stale of i he Olce f to i of and Franklin of the re Ohio who stand with us on the Ohio demo1 it would not in the Ian 1110111bers voted against cratic As it existed on the 8th Day j of the due process work is accompanied by portraits of the per giant evils in the of our Lin Uncial Blairs he first and there will to left a list of a Sweiti Lam april Mary Alison 1jliziibeth John Samuel Jacob George Surah Juan it Arbra Natlyn Liowns and Moses John j a m John i sons whose biographies arc the work refer it to the is admirable in its plan and we Hope it May but Little room Lor the Board of James David i Public works have a key of their own to the Jerii Xiali m k in and address John new state a Lille this and other Mani Moth instr intents of robbery it is us lers to talk of Economy in thu control of the Peoples of january to Call a convention to meet 1je Xrstus 1 some lent1 mailing Southern members voted the of this stale voted As follows Yte understand Iha Lown imp011taxt for townsi11 is Boa ud3 of the commissioners constructions of Onri m Jamul i John Hubert ii tin William James John j i1 cob Matthew Alex he contends that this Law reverses the order with other democrats in the state upon the of calling snid convention and to Aid of our part in calling person shall be compoll1 in any criminal to be a witness against himself Hue this if the facts should be of k legislation will always it is cutting is blamed by the friends of the Bill trility to its organization they accept the test and the Issue presented and has i his in precedent in in and will fight his own Way by another extreme of the who appear Ted proceeding might be used for Tho worst of assailed Iii Fri probably to obtain testimony thursday Ini speech for Khisic Tion and rebellion it will Rennie All the Cru u la Del Chi anal suits not growing out of this j 1 la l Lor Nis a and Wydom of the men Ovate Tho Ordinary transactions of on tins and a Bilter democratic party to thwart these Elf Orrson the proceedings so tyrannical would tend to de two extremes at disorganization and the democratic party be ruled by Ono idea its Mission will not be in filled bitterness and resistance to the Lima will dose with the passage it bus the present session of this excellent outlier Interne solution of tie slavery and on the ensuing Dav of the j cell Lens earnestly the hour of where is the necessity for bringing this k i commence deut has been Setfor 9 the House has Bill or to extend or Grant a but the week has been principally spent in committee of the whole on the Indian appropriation and of which divers speeches wer made on of m Ade one on from which i have Tagg s e into Mir state can to what and will continue without intermission until 2 i follow los extract j control will Anu be of these preme co Rrt of or a Meiu Dierof the Board of Public works exercise in the determination of this in the evening there will Bonn considering its Southern source and i would motive has the South to extend the area of slavery with question none hence the men j commencing at the audience Are in the present limits of the i Republic such who would peril All the great interests of Tho j requested to assemble at As Early an hour asn111 Extension would not furnish desirable lauds those of Pauling comity engaged in this meeting will revise their and Bethink themselves the demo complaints live reached of Static party has not than me of the not being received in proper and whether there is not another race upon Thig continent than the negroes at the Allentown and Middle Biver Post Why it should not be delivered to any number they to in a Long series of Ages and it is Well known that the policy of the country is restrictive of the increase of the number of slaves is orig in round num eral offices township for trustees Hirah Pivot Maii Joshua order Aurelius n Smith for cleric Treasu assessor constables John b avar Iisley Barton a Holland Simon Falm Pelig Lewis a Mcclure i often As a doubtful Case arises under Tho i sat null j the opinions of the Cunn missioner will con Catharine join unto be published in said the Greorge Jacob j Cost of the journal is one Dollar per Jane j which Hie Board of education May legally in Jacob Margaret Joni elude in by John j Section of thu school Ohio male Dimo the Mcarthur whig a Dennis alien Grinich Amos Samuel 1atrick Serene Oseph Jol for mayor recorder 7reaaurer Marshall trustees Samuel a Baxtar William George w Fickel Shambarger Shelby Taylor Henry Sharp Richard Metheany William Skilling David Delzell has ceased its existence for want of sup the editor in writing its obituary 1 Timothy Kougl Thinas pc Ronai Andrew Daniel William Zuvia Mary Thomas Rion James me Harryon Joseph Phillip Harriett r n f Clear and Nice and a Quarter of a Pound to the the whole weighing one Yard and she says the discs Cost forty Dol Lars when it was the Maini Law is a de vision of the supreme court As to the Cou Stith in Tell air Vicinity on the wednesday Are every Day transported of Liberia at the sex Cedo to the propositions of to Allied pc vers following its we cannot i Pense of a Liberal portion of our and will a lift Lepors attention i Csc scially of Why to their duties Ilien is lust 4or new and tit capable of being Bers and the slave Trade is declared piracy by tonality of the Maine a a process con1 Joritz of the Bench decided it War question i becoming More in eminent the Powers Pukuc concen preparations on a grand and Formida ble Are being made to upon the Spring arrived at its Point of Baltic and Ali Fiirst division of Pierich troops Are on our Oit a new Post office has been established and we intend Attell to keep the Lue Tilg of the i under our own the Enghu Flatt has probably 6 Jet to our own Laws and views of and Way to reported Duel of and members of is incorrect was you Cable adjusted East of this called the Bine views of and not to Aloiv any Jiow foreign or to invade the rights of any state in regard to this is Otler settled and determined 1 peach meat the and be 1 Toto Orro at 11 cured by the Constitution of Laws of tie coun by the try has gone in the be rations there for whenever a contested Case is up to the Superior court Tho defendant will be and the Case act the Black Warrior difficulty has been Captain paying to the cuban authorities a Bonus of the Warrior arrived at new York on the 29th Clergyman at a Short time since whilst a Colf Orion was being stated that there had been a Large deficiency in but while flies is our this is our a the Revet fue of the from collections and i can see no sound reason since Theis Suecof not Theau sunt ii uni gis Tureno govern or elected state policy no Wise and just consideration s no elected by the j of thac a n being neatly on half Jsn tit Able no longer to stand the trials and diff Icil ties which beset its it Laid its Tead gently upon the imposing Stone an breathed its life out sadly old site there is in the poor a whose As near As can be one Hundred she has her mothers wed Ding dress in perfect it Isof the most Beautiful including five Yards Jug Richard w Comfort Roit legislature of new York Lias passed t Bill providing that to attache of newspaper shall be liable for anything contained in a report truly made of an official Little by Little the world grows not Frigis More contrary to reason or right that Turat in the performance of his Down facts As they and testimony As it is rendered before the held responsible for the notion his bul of the state ments and liable for anything that is Provedi Belonis a better time is Ono of the proverbs of sol says the new Bedford we find the most comprehensive and satisfactory exposition of the philosophy of advertising that Ever was or could be Viz there is and yet iric Resseth and yet there is that Withol Deth More than is meet it tend Etc to and Tho words of Paul to the corinthians aptly expresses the idea he who Soweto sparingly shall reap also sparingly and he who Samll also reap Seph John Harrison Margaret line Archibald Harmon Martin sch Roifus Alfred Benia Christop Stansbury Price Lari Martin Lemuel v Sarah Henry or g a i Rah stall Samuel Harvey j Javid Jacob Ezra so John Abraham h a feb John Lor Amanda to Beoni wilis Hannah Sarah Jane Haggai it Job i Winaus Michael Eliza we Lewis or w James Simeon persons calling for the above
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