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Daily Democrat, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1852, Madison, Wisconsin VOLUME II LABOK IS WORSHIP J LI BY BROWN MADISON THURSDAY JANUARY 15 1852 PRICE 85 A YEAR Wisconsin Democrat Published every over Stove A FOR THE SESSION HOUSE 1852 IS g o M 2021 10 17 24 13 3 3 10 30 13 4 11 12 18 95 Sb K 1 3 15 135 2 tO 14 21 12 30 10 23 3031 KIM 1311 27 23 1C 27 II 17 I S Jl 30 41 5 11113 14 21 3 10 17 31 25 16 13 1920 27 BUSINESS NOTICES MILWAUKEE GALENA CHICAGO TELEGRAPH OFFICE Welts New HOW WIS Business lio TJ 6 to A JM ami from 10 6 urid Mom 7 to 8 P F HOPKINS Sf MENZIE tOl ASH SOLICITOUS Delavan Co Wis HOME'S ol Dt d- lor all Eastern Sou them States E and Counselor at Law Solicitor in ry and Public i woe J C and Dealer in Crockery Glassware DANIEL NOBLE JOHNSON Notary Public Conveyancing in al its lx inches taking of the execution of Deeds Sec draughting instruments in of anil all other business in his line attended to with ness neatness and BLANKS of all the most ed forms on hand with the county Judge adjoining the in the Court House Wisconsin A C KETCHUM and Counsellor at Law and Solici tor in Chancery FoilT Co WlS N B EDDY AND AT LAW WISCONSIN VILAS A ATWOOD and Counselors at Law and tors in Chancery P J P ATWOOD Office on Paik Row over Fairchild's Wis OP THE PEACE is hereby given to the public tha flie people of by tha undersigned in the chair flf of he Peace as ever to the and in doing so hp will to do to all and every pase to Jaw and if he does not it will be owing to his not being able to what the law is All kinds of writing am conveyancing will be clone on short notice fo those who may choose to call any busi ness entrusted to his will ba attended to promptly according instructions will find him in his office over J C store WM N SEYMOUR i Madison May M LAW GENERAL COLLECTING OFFICE Fond du Lac Wisconsin DRUBY DODGE Attorneys and Counsellors at Law SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY Messrs D D will in the court in this State and give special to col and seeming debts Being two of the oldest settlers and well acquainted in this gion of country they possess ad vantages for the transaction of business known to but few if any other firms They have business connections throughout the State of Wisconsin thern Illinois and eastern Iowa The most references be givon to dents in New York Boston Baltimore delphia Washington and most of the cities anil all business entrusted to them will be promptly attended to W VTM C FEED W HORN Co Wis NOTES Attorneys Counsellors at Law General Agents WILL attend to all business at their entrusted to their charge in any of the of this State and will prompt ly attend to the payment and all other Land Office in the village of seat of Sank Wis JAMES RICHARDSON Surveyor and Notary j Public to take acknowledgement nnd proof of Deeds for Pennsylvania Ohio souri Kentucky and New York MA n ISDN Office between the American and U S Hotels Office al the Court House LAW NOTICE BOTKIN KNAPP and al Law and Solicitors in Chancery Wnl at- tend to all business entrusted to them in any ol Courts of this State M 1 DIS N WEST Collection and Agency for the States Lake Stieet Chicago 111 s Brick Block bt Charles 111 The subscribers are prepared to attend to the collection of debts claims ike for eastein and others in Illinois Indiana Michigan Wisconsin and Missouri with promptness and despatch Their business connection in the north-west enable them to collect demands with than any other firm The most satisfactory given when re quired w T Chicago September Physician and Surgeon Office at the Drug Store one door east of Tibbits Gordon Co whore he may he found ready tn tn profession Aug 1801 28 DR C W COOK Resident Dentist present at the American Hole Madison January 10 330 o DENTIST Has permanently located in Madison is etl to all dental operations in estand most approved manner or Dental Publications which AC J Female THE next tarm of this Institution will commence on under direction of M S Principal by M L IN ADVANCE 00 pr term of fourteen weeks 00 00 jf not a of the Institute Instruction on 00 pr Members of the Legislature 1st DISTRICT 2nd 3d 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 12th 13th 14th 15th 17th 18th 19th SENATE S Allan A Wright Pinckney Sterling C1 Squiers Gr Bugh S B Dean Prentice G Turner Stewart B West Wakeley Palmer E Sharpstein 0 C Beed F ASSEMBLY BROWN H Peak F Cramond T Lewis J Gibson Bodkin H H Giles W H Pierce L Bancroft T B ling W H Green M H D Patch FORD DU F Moore N M Donaldson Barber N Clemens J McKee Ind J Stafford Toay L M Strong Skinner W Mott A H Vanostrand L SHOLES J W H Ernest J Murphy Root Cain J A J L Burnham W W Graham W Beck B Hasse V Knoll Ind W Gate Cation A Gordon W L W A Lawrence A Kinney G R Ramsey S W Abbott J McM Shafter D E Conger ST AND Hoyt Wood Mead J H COOMB S S BARLOW T H FELLOWS D Powers B S Weil A Staats P M Johnson D W Maxon Worthington T den P V Monroe F U Billiard D C Blodyet in Italic letters Democrats in Roman Free in RECAPITULATION Dem F S Senate 6 12 1 Assembly 31 29 6 Total 37 41 WISCONSIN LEGISLATURE SENATE WEDNESDAY Jan 14 1852 Fifth Annual Session of the Legislature of the State of Wisconsin began and at Madison on the second Wednesday being the fourteenth clay of January A D 1852 pursuant to law at 12 o'clock dian The roll of the Senate was called by liam Hull chief clerk of the Senate at the last session and the following senators from the odd districts appeared in their places From the 1st senatorial district Theodore 3rd ditto Hiram A Wright 7th ditto Sam G Bugh 9th ditto E B Dean jr ditto Harvey G Turner 15th ditto Andrew Palmer 17th ditto S O Bennett 19th ditto F All the senators from the odd numbered districts being present excepting Mr Sterling of the 5th district And the following senators elected in tho even numbered districts appeared aud pre- sented their credentials From the 2nd senatorial district James S Alban 4th ditto Bertine Pinckney 6th ditto Joel C Squires ditto Thomas S Bowen 10th ditto Juddon Prentice 12th ditto Alvah 14th ditto Eleazer ditto John R Sharpstein ditto Duncan C Reed The oath of office was then administered to said members by the Honorable Levi of the Supreme Court The Hon Timothy Burns then appeared and the oath of having been tered to him by the Honorable Judge took the chair and addressed the Senate as Gentlemen of the In assuming the duties assigned me by the constitution of presiding officer of the Senate t have only to say that 1 will perform these duties as fully honestly and perfectly as my ble abilities will enable me to do On motion of Mr Reed The Senate proceeded to the election ol chief clerk and the roll having been called All the voted for John E Williams John R Williams having re- all the voles cast was declared duly elected chief clerk and the oath of office was administered to him by His Judge Hubbell On motion of Mr The Senate proceeded to the election of a and the roll called All the senator present voted for Cosgrove Whereupon Patrick Cosgrove ing re all the cast fl as declared elected Mr Reed introduced the following reso Resolved That the Chief Clerk am Sergeant at Arms be authorised to the necessary help ibr their respect he depart which was adopted Mr Dean introduced the following rejoin Resolved That the chief clerk be directs to the Assembly that the Semite i now organized and ready proceed to bu sinew which was adopted Mr Bennett introduced tho following Resolved That the rules of last be adopted as the of present until further was adopted Mr Dean introduced the following Resolved That a three be appointed to revise the rules of the last session of the senate and to on which was adopted Whereupon The President appointed Messrs Dean Palmer and Wright said com- The chief President and senate the appointment of John Blair Esq as assistant clerk The oath of office fo Mr Blair On motion of Mr Reed tho Senate ad- until 3 o'clock P M 3 o'clock P M Mr Reed introduced the following tion Resolved That the Chief be ed to furnish tho Post Master Madison a list of tho names of tho Senators and that their postage bo paid out of the State sury Which was adopted Mr Dean introduced the following resolu tion Resolved That the Librarian be and he is hereby directed to to the tors who have not the same the Acts Resolves and Journals of the of the Stato of Wisconsin for the sion of 1851 Which was adopted Mr Turner introduced the following lution Resolved That member of the ate be allowed to receive thirty newspapers per week to be paid for out of the State Treasury Mr Heubschmann supposed the senate would be obliged to take some and it was possible that the course adopted I last winter was the best which was the same contemplated by the resolution but he thought that ai might be made to subscribe for one daily paper only which employ competent tin's might be clone by a joint committee of the senate and assembly The same number of papers were sub- scribed for last year as that contemplated by the resolution and yet owing to the fact that many more papas were sent to the members than subscribed for the paid publishers about He not prepared at present to say what system was best and that any action on the subject bo delayed until tho assembly Mr amend slid tion by striking out the woek and tl ic word day Mr 1 teed said lie scarcely knew the object of the it to increase the number of dailys to iy he should oppose it He thinks that thirty weekly papers are as many is members will be able to mail and if they desire daily papers they can gel a proportionate number of them H G Turner said that a similar resolution to this adopted last session and the number as as many as any member would want to take care the daily published last winter was delivered to at rate of two to one weekly He knows that his constituency are dis- to pay the tax for the information re- through these papers they expressed their satisfaction at the course pursued last year and had desired him to adopt the same couise this session He should oppose the amendment Mr Palmer remarked that at the close of the last session when the legislature came to pay for the papers furnished them instead of paying for thirty weekly it amounted to almost double that number and that ther with the postage amounted to the ex- sum of Making he thought too great an item for papers to dis- tribute and to not to all the tax payers or any great proportion of them It is not a correct principle to tax the people for what only a small portion derive any benefit from He agrees with other senators that thirty is as many as any ber can devote time o distribute It would be a relief to him if he was not burdened with sending any papers aa the most of his constituency ara persons who subscribe for themselves He would prefer that the course pointed out by tho senator from Milwaukee Mr ftc adopted and thereby save the heavy tax of last year Mr I moved resolution and bo until to jnoirim Which was agreed to Mr Hood introduced the following Resolved That a committee of two bo pointed to act in conjunction with a similar committee of the Assembly to inform I ho Governor that the two houses arc now and ready to receive any w hich lie have to make to them Mr enquired whether during present organization or rather of the Assembly wo could recede any communication from flic The constitution required that all of the Legislature should vioa voce and the Speaker pro tyft now occupying tho desk was by tion Mr Feed explained that the Resolution only contemplated the of the who were to act when tho be organized Tho Resolution if adopted Which was adopted Whereupon the President appointed Moss and Alban said committee Mr Sharpstein introduced tho following That the clergymen resident in be invited by the President to open the sessions of the Senate with prayer during the present session Mr Heubschmann reiterated his objections of the hist session to a similar resolution upon ground of its And the ayes and noes having Iwon ed for Those who voted in the affirmative were Mess re f Alban Dean Palmer Pinckney Reed ait Turner Those who voted in the negative were Messre Bowen and The oath of office then administered by the President to Patrick Esq On motion of Mr Reed The Senate until to-morrow at 11 o'clock ASSEMBLY WEDNESDAY Jan 14 1652 Fifth Annual Session of tho Legislature of the State of Wisconsin begun and held at tho seat government of ruid state on second of
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