Lima Argus in Lima, Ohio
1 Aug 1848

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1 Aug 1848

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Lima Argus, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1848, Lima, OhioFor president. Or Michigan Fok vice president William o. Eitleb of Kkt Ackt. For governor of Otho h. Heller. County nominations. I is tsi is which to wept tit alien Tod Ted Ion itt from of i re solved that the Demott a of Ohio in Fauvor of and Ute aha 11 not Only Riva to the Aeo pit the Choipet of All their state ulcers. But their Cia Uit and county pm get. And of to. To count and that believing unqualified Day in the Wisdom of the people and their ability to Chow their we reprobate the Dir inc of a. Point twin to any within the Kea olved that Tho Bill of the last legislature is s Bate and so Mirble violation of the Constitution for Purpova. And that Central comm Stee of Allen county for the year of motion the proceedings of the concur Tion hmm ordered to be pub thed in the i you cant bother pm. At few ii Muiir pub. Pihi inn its iniquitous features Folly justify the stand made Kcf to defeat ii. Rrt waved. That we viewed the War with Mexico at a Joan and War in 6f Sci Man that the falsehood Mal Woteca of Marti trim tort have not sufficed to convince us of the contrary and that having been prosecuted to t con lotion. We feel a jus Pride in the fact that the of. Ejecta of that War indemnity for the past and Secu Lity for the future have been obtained. Resolved that we hold the conservative Stariea doctrine of with 3s w u s 5 it of i1ih130jj Samuel Rockhill. Jacob h. Hallar. William Akerman. Matthias Ridenour. Representative con the of the counties of Mercer Aogi Aize and Convene at Wapakoneta on saturday the 19th of the present month at 10 o clock a. M. % the congressional convention will be i Beta at Sec. 10, of Friday the Letb of thai 1 a i w w a in township a. Crawford one 1, 1848. Vote for representative in Marion a Kulp received 9 votes for commissioner and 5 Bob eat to is m 00 21 Tir i is f. D. Potter received three rotes for con re have no time this review were Given for a or. Too Taw. The proceedings of the county convention. _ the convention declared Jacob b. Mailer we have hoisted the ticket to our Mast head and instead do All that in us lies to promote its to Crew. We can extend a cd trial and hear. Samuel Rockhill and William nominated candidates for commie sinners and Matthias Ridenour for m. Month Conan Cli Annap of the commit municipal regulations of mid Terri toilet. J we Are opposed to the of slavery. Hig Purly prayed for War and in preference to a military chieftain for pret Dent having Zeitoun red slavery and the slave and having Alao branded the War. A and Damnable we at this juncture. Respectfully tender that party our to Apathira believing hot the shame of dough face Tarn the i Srai e of abandoning their old and cherished princ pies and their party leaders for the claims of of e whose Only reputation according to their own Ron visted in Buti Hery and Skull breaking. Puiri yement aural Cint without our re maw of motion the convention adjourned. John a Wilson pres t. J. I j. Risk Xois vice presidents Chas. Port g. To Vikt l. Bum telegraphic despatch still late from Europe. France More of general officers killed during insurrection. The Irish patriots still Gardino Laws. The English felony editor argue. 1 perceive that the verdant editor of Tot Hep or Ter a at Hia old Tricka again and i aha 11 pipe Otto meet him to the demo Vajc convention of Iritta i did last retailer of slander and falsehood. It would to a the settled pol i y of Oliai Pink of the Tracy to Artuck a Lois through Piper and More privately in Hia inter Curac with the people Ever my name is Belott the people a candidate. The poor Coon appear to lie badly frightened and join what inquisitive f u he redid get his authority to set himself of u an inquisitor far democracy f it give to Lii ii when he made Thot democratic speech at in. Lida if an. When he t Judas of himself the second litre and Bee amt that same eld Coon again to rho old have Given tip la s comi wion. I Ett ilor of the or onre Lorf chg troth when he said that 1 took a prominent part in the county convention that tent Del Cartes from Ai. Co to he silts convention i to t cheerfully _ _ _ _ Uriv no leu Usu Judi Itig 10 the Catholic firsts Alai vat the league the Coon game afoot i proc hear ridicule. Resolved thut the abolition party have track the Coon party of 1840. John c. Cal Hook having Tere ived the intelligence commenced try spiny Tod at the slaughterhouse convention with Taylor bait succeed in capturing the whole tribe. R resolved that having nominated nor county we elect it. Ami we will elect it. New York july 21. Editor Ohio statesman the hib Enaa arrived at Jersey City and brings later and important news from in Bart when fee went Orr to say that mum was the Gimp am to insinuate that i dare not an. He re toned without his i is not mitts. La torn Yinqu Leitoi fora i is Ford where uhf what Are Liis Prin. Is Gen. Taylor and what arc hit he in favor of the Wil Dot proviso with his 200 or on newly acquired crr. Lory me he a Fiig or in be another John Tyler once More to the subject. To the distress in the manufacturing districts assume a More encouraging aspect. The Money Market has improved under j the announcement made by the Chancellor j of the exchequer that the government had owe ii Imor Bho not effected a Large saving in the Public or Morai honesty enough in the majority of Tare and that it had obtained Revenue to the last to condemn unconstitutional amount of a million pounds Sterling front a apportionment Law. 1 he i to he in. Sinh unjust an i it to t it d j a base and unprincipled set of Fradera w in i determined to pc Pei Iata their ill gotten Power a la state of Ohio dts vote the conf Littian and state at All 8nd that there not Quarter. Government securities live fluctuated much. Consuls Are quoted at 86t to 87. The Overland mail from Calcutta with totes to the 19th of May brings no news of the having been called upon c ref the respective Dis j an from Dublin Eft on Fri. Handed following Day before the Steamer Jackson jaw ship congressional l l. Watt. L in Citrin Teapot Ine commit. Of support to the we them j tee on made the following report ,. 1 1 .rtclf.1. D. To to be honest and pure minded men As Well As democrats. The gentlemen who have failed this Are morally cer on motion of Griffith Johns of Ger Man were unanimously adopted. Resolved. 7w the of Allen county. In assembled re affirm reiterate the platform Laid Down by do their Aid in the contest. It Rin imm Hoowij itfnt9cntie it a mind be remembered by these men that the it Ioctl convention held at Baltimore in May pm. Tide of Success does not always run in one govern pm it a one of limited to i font a Cut Mel and that although others May have Bosn preferred Over them for the time the party is never of generous or unjust. The demo vat who his garments unspotted reputation is unstained can Rev on the ultimate Reward of Devotion. The editor of the reporter bring the certificate Fri in those Taylor democrats in a Glaize it h not for to prove the according just Rales be Jongs to him. When ire produces he evidence we wih either rebut give up our author Ity for contradicting him. The language of mtg Newman s reply to that contradiction is the Tom got s jaw. Let him enjoy Are no rival Oft us in such a sphere i Twe Call attention to a Strong article from the pen of Edmund Burke on the first Fage of to Days paper tween wind and water. It hits the target be governor Skunk of dead. Steamboat voting. A vote we taken on the Steamboat Fash Ion on her late trip from Louisville which revolted As 49, Van 2. The votes were not All taken As the whig who had the poll Book did not like the things were going and doted the ejection Ina hurry. A Democrat on Baal bad the curiosity to go on deck and take a vote there and the result was can 45, Taylor s. A majority of the Paw Eagen were returned chronicle enquirer. Democrat lira solely from the Constitution i be Grants of shown therein ought to be if cow mud ail the departments and agents of the and that it and Dan Germia to Rosr Rtse doubtful Powers. 2. Tent the does not Confer upon the general government the Power to commence and y on general of internal improve ainu 3. Not Confer authority upon tace Federal govern Mefir i rect v or Audi. To Tome the Dubu of the several Stales con trailed for local internal improvements or other stole purposes nor would stub Assumption be jut and expedient 4. Tie tick and anon of policy forbid the fed eral government to fort prone of input tip to Cutri sent of another. Or to cherish the inter portion to the injury of another portion of our common country that every citizen and every Section of the country has a right to demand am Ginaitt upon an Equality of my Privily to of Piem and Milt of t 411.1 Moses Uel bin Ley. A Wilson John Murray. A Keenan John 1ji. Wilson s. L. Watt John , Moses Pat Terson Franklin Dickerson. Al Glaize. Congressional Aad l Custer j. Ranking j. F. Miller we Sulci Van b. F. Walcott. Monroe. Congress Skwiat and representative John , Jacob Ward Jacob d. Everett we. Sweany Antlions Harpster. Sugar Creek. Congressional and son Miller James Nichols Christian Steman Peter Oard and Simid Ridevour. Marion. Evans Ocesa have re lived to adhere to the doctrines promulgated at conciliation Hall and to oppose the formation of the leage Martin at pc Vii really has written he the Allor Nev general himself the author article which excited the attention of government Winch was published in the Felon. Proceedings in getting i pot pelting through said apportionment but on the contrary they greased Ami inn Lowi a it according to the dilation of a. Kelly co Juat they Are Fow As party Liy. My to Gulih Down without a Why or wherefore. Such Usy views it follows As a inn Ter of course that am in of evading the t f a r i papers Are exceedingly fierce a against the government Aud must attract the attention of the authorities the Pewee drags of parliament Are unimportant. The motion of Hume for parliamentary Reform was rejected on a division by a vote of 48 Veas to 351 nays. France. C8ecu of Nich an Art. What course democracy or t e demo rustic of the next May hereafter adopt i am unable to say. Of to faint the editor of Lite hip outer May ii i Ahou lil be a Lertol a member of the next House of i not bal out of Kurb too Rae As ii Ify lie agreed upon by democratic members either fit the bolls or ban or Coon Thunder of of Porter hut if elected i be s a Democrat and shall act null rav p try far As they act in accordance with in Mijilee of Justice. And it con a nere Cary in nid f to a Siat whig in Justin e oppression to re use t. My or to vacate it after onre to than. 1 s Tell use Essif Uka thut Nunn Appeal to my j. A. Mcfarland w. Srott Sanders Sutton Freeman Bell Barnard Esch Alvaro Evans p. W. Morton Benjamin Poi in. Bell3.penning ton w. Scott Alvaro Evans Theodore Rock lege. Amanda. Congressional and n Rance Maers seem to e on e men loaded and implements for casting i bullets have been discovered in various eel l be Lars in and about i011. The information collected show the grand l j during th7 pm in France matters seem to be on the mend j of let Rel to Hal and w ill cl1 to to sustain they do not i should have the proud of Ami Folbrg a in my Omu Hofsom that i bad done what i could to protect the Constitution and to resist tyranny and Opp Efsen. I eel that i Rould Point to Poh Lilc act of i my life and i an Emini ing Power in die the Peculiar Ston. Feitt bout Domestic violence or foreign Tutt u the duly of Cvejn Branch of the gov. Eminent to enforce and practise the Moat re d in conducting our Public alibis. And that no More Revenue ought to be raised is required to Delity the nemets try i Penanes of the government and for the gradual but certain of the debt crested by die prosecution of t Jiwat and meet try War after peaceful Tell Kyu Obaji Hove been restored. 6. That Cong Reaa hat m Power Toch Titiev s at. U Oral Bank we relive to a to Postif Trioa one of deadly hostility to the beat Inte Reata of the Coon try. To oar Republican Bonito tint end the liberties of the people and calculated to place the Bot teat of the within the control of a concentrated Money Power Tod ebon the Laws and the will of the people and tbsp the remits of Deano critic Legitt Tren in not Tad til financial Spott which i abort Hare been Modt Between Lac to political a tie of demonstrated to Coom proc tical men of All parties their Toon neat safety and Utility in til busiest Portulis. 7. That no Power under us con to interfere with or Coa Troi the of Mystic in Harter William Smith Charies Jacob Harter Samuel Stewart Manuel place John Dehait Thomas Sutton. Shawnee. Conc pcs Rioual Burgess Dickey Benjamin Reed Illian dowing we. Vid stub Flani. Stebelton John Stebelton Eli Frits win. S. Brooks Burges Dickey. German. Pete be less Lian first supposed Many houses much battered. Among the general officers killed wounded during the insurrection killed Wouida Darla Danenne leg amputated Lviv ice and Monchier wounded la Pontins died of Las besides this an immense number of Colo Nels and Superior officers were put hours do combat. On the 29th, the sentinels arrested two men in a Cabriolet who had with the Man immense Sun of Alimian Gold and Cartri Rigi. When taken they were heavily Amit a with daggers and Piso la. During the insurrection the insurgents Ustel Iron balls pierced with rods Linen trait whig Prin is not their Atter rpt and that the democracy at East we or have Wenot a con that Fornor let stand by it if we have set ourselves the in off Amonjr and adopting one guar ran to All then rights and in to mean time peaceably defend Tang now or. T t m p. John East Lewis Miller Jacob tester Peter ver Bryke. Rear tentative j. R John Henry herring John Hainet Sam. Socratic Roux to Max tvs. 1c tul con re j 49cw of be i mph is fire 1 the sore end proper judge of Apper per cant to Prev a us notice the of Socrat off irs. Not Enol in cd the t in convention convened at the 4a to the 99th am or gushed by the appointment of the follow. My i Ficen Vresk Leftt John m. Wilson of vice Prende Nei Charies pwt of Aman 4a Nicoh Ward of Monroe John Ridenoor Griffith Johns of German oat Enni Iusco sons nine of m. M. a h. Nichoff t. K. N wrap Poi a appointed to Dratt Rew hum expressive of fac of lie Tenet Ian hmm am Motuhi the invention took a i o Dock p. M. that All of the t Olit Miatt or others made to induce Contr Row to interfere with a ims ions of slavery of to take Inrig Toni sent in. Relation thereto Are calculated m to them is and dangerous and thai snorts hive to inevitable tendency to Fri the of the people Tyrl earn Niter he tubal it of the urn of. Of jct not to be by any Friend of our political i Tuut ont. J 8. Tkal the on of the Rottert of the gov it inti Penta me Lor the of the font of the corf Ibe rights of it 9. Tet the i by Jef. Tor a teat dec Terf Tetie eed Isi the whisk ewes of ital of Kkt of. My the Tsy Teai of of every Heve Bret m the tvs Cretie and every the Suc Aneta. Clutter John a Luler Lewis Miller n. Colwell w. Armstrong Henry null. Perry. That portion of the National guard who. The insurrection Jeave been tic be to informed persons believe thai de. Of the reporter be this suppose you try again perhaps next time Vou May Emmr. Editor. I have not made the foregoing declaration for the Especial Benefit of the editor of the reporter or of his be cause it h a Sung act an which the democracy of this District to be it formed. My friends in coir it knew welf my views the to Alfring the primary meet rugs and to them i return my sincere the Ank for the unexpected unanimity with which i have been this the Gratifying from the fact that the a few years ago. Said Umfer the editorial head that i never could get a nomination in this the result shows that Sheet to be one of the false i May not receive the Nom Natum Ricl wants a can the Oraan nation of the insurrection was most perfect in All its parts. I the but if they want whips and who will stand up to the they shall i f not be in me. Univ Nizile matter and Are making important t Liis e Nevev which Viu show we Ridenour John Stevenson s. R. Lle Aud who prompt Gen. Taylor fat. Fri akan Hugh skiing Samuel Lac is erection. We always said Gen. If honest Willoch. I won i Ridenour. John i the e Tenoor William Barton John Barton Samuel Mccullough s. W. Sleator s. I Fetnat. J. T ii r. J would Ramst the Whin Nult Imi ers contain a notice of the and so it harem a when gov. J. .1 i i l. Stevenson. N the John Mcclure. Luik Aichu Narhi. I letter notifying him of the Philadelphia Noav i its Linen were tried for drilling mation arrive fat Baton Rouge he wrote i and training and sentenced to be upon it because the postage was not paid and sent it to the dead letter from Italy there is no news of interest that was a dead shot at least. We peace with Hattria have i we confess that Gen. Taylor failed and a continuance of hostilities May honest Man. Statesmen. Ward i in be expected. N a Rwy was an insurrection of the the Light of the l. Mgr comb u. Hook to a. Galley which was attended with fear. At the a Liiv vow Galley which wan attended with fear Art Fomby i Uil the slaves were finally sub i in the thud Abraham Bowers a m. Lot the own Moore John Sprott jus. 11. Richardson Arch Duke John a been appointed Lieut a w Gen of vie Many. Jyh. To nirl Wim l. N Craw. Crawfort John Dobbins Geo. The chair in of auf Oft m 10 o a verbose of Anraad in j we. Armstrong Brig. Gen an armistice Bias been concluded Between i Etc Mark and Gran and t 1 a company of Are the cholera i earful rav. Lot if. In rows i. N. Smith la Nurr Lamn Tinc the Doti Kittic t c a and y in o on received

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