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Daily Argus (Newspaper) - February 5, 1852, Madison, Wisconsin BonVbastes' Iiast- Having taken breath, and the smart, of a couivl and deserved drubbing and the mor- tification '.hereof, inciting, Hombastes of the Demount, has trot pot-vuliant, and r'.bout ".-lung shot" and '-assassin with "deadly as if such were not mere VnlstatV inventions to give a now kind of stab at Burns, and did not excilo the laughter of every person in town. We don't wonder that tho labor-hardened rUt of an old miner should have felt rather yol tho "slung shot'' fablo is too weak a lie- lion to "lot down" on. But now that the tiling is over, and iho skin healing, tho pub- lic arc notii'icd hat will take place nc.fl linn; IS'o less than tho dead bodies of "throe Browns" have got to be walked over in- -ivu suppose. Gov. Dcwey's militia commissions-, epaulettes, and all! Think of ihat, O Tim Burns! '-Throe laden with anuinitiun and military stores, stand up to rcsUt the swcup of thy huge paw! Tweedle 33nm and Twsedlo. Deel While that "always reliable" is vomiting his spleen on Carpenter, Tcnucy and Knapp for interference in his matters, he is employ- ing a retcnuo of salellitc-s, who revolve around the Legislative Zodiac, for iho pur- ffgislotnrr. Wednesday, Feb. 4th, 1852. AFTERNOON' Tho joint Hungarian resolution came ber of Bills considered in Committee Whole. Bill providing for the election of county supervisors. Mr. DEAN offered a substitute for tho whole bill, and the bill and substitute wero referred to a select commute of 3, consisting of Messrs. Dean Squires, and Wakeley. Bill appropriating (.o M. L. Saylca the sum. therein named, was motion of Mr. Pinck- ney. recommitted to committee on Bill to incorporate the Troy Academy was, ordered to be engrossed and read tLo third time. Also, a bill appropriating to J. C. Man- ville Iho sum therein named. tho work ordered, and to be ordered, from R. V. U. R. U., was road the third tii.ie and A mewaijo was received from the Aswrn- passed. bly, that the Assembly had passed several The bill to locate the county scat of Wash-, bills of local imporfanco. ington county, came before the A with a communication from on the question to order the bill to a third j Hen. W. R. relative to preparing a documentary history of Wisconsin, was ro- ceived from the (Jovcrnor, recommending thai the Legislature appoint said W. Smith to prepare such a history. Referred to the committee on State Affairs. The Bill appropriating to J. L. Manvillo the sum therein named, considered in com- mittee of 1 lie whole and ordered to bo pose of whispering in the or j lho Assembly, from the Senate, and was L j tho important news that wo cannot print j Book Work on our Steam Pi ess. and urging upon them the necessity of voting- work out of our hands into another's. When these things reached us, from sources to bo relied on, we did toll that if they got all >vThe bill to amend the charter of the R. laid on the table. Several appropriation bills. A bill to the county of Wjisha- ia for judicial purposes. Also a bill to ineorpoiatc the Giles Land- ing and Stevens Point Plank Road Compa- uv. the incidental printer, with his own facilities. Action, so that th "vod to West before tho close of the session, they would not adjourn till tho advent of Summer. For proof of our statement, lot the sequel decide. AVo have no disposition to meddle with! Mr. WEIL moved to amend the first the- atoms of others; wither have wo, a dis- position to have our nfiuirs meddled with, I with impunity. Our Steam Press is capa- j bio of accomplishing as much woik, inaj given time, as thirty hand and when tho opportunity is offered, we shall convince the Legislature, that if the least count) seat may be ro- on the adoption of the bill by the voters of Washington county, arried. The debate was further continued by Messrs. CO.N (iER and JOHNSON. The substitute was rejected, :JO noes Crossed and read a 3d time. mi counties, taking Ihe plats from the Land Oi'.ice for tb.at purpose, except a !bw choio.o tracts which lie pre-empted for himself! that he received 3HOO for this copying from the plats at a guess; which The, facts connected with this allray are of honesty had been observed, in simply Mr. Burns was cha.ged by tho of bidj wc havo tho editor of Urn Democrat, iu substance, done the work sufficiently rapid for its con-! with selecting all the poor laucls in Bad Ax consequently hastened an adjourn-i ment, some three weeks sooner than can pos- sibly bo the case under the present arrange- ment, without leaving a groat share of iho public business adrift, and several thousand dollars would have been saved to the Stale, I Mr. MAXON, moved to strike Graflon" out of tho original bill, and Bond." This amendment v.as debated by Messrs. Naxon, Botkin, Richardson, Plielps, and McNaughton, and lost ayes 2y noes Mr. MAXON moved io :anond by a sub- ,-tiluU', sijuilar to the original substitute which had been lost. Mr. PATCH moved to adjourn canied Senate adjourned. a "baiv-tae.'d that the tjlc yassioil) school fund Ji.ul been ".nade 000 at tho estimate, that an imlivitl- to the peplo ofjicc hundred dollarx p-'r day.' lt Iuanr boon dou< (Burns) might pocket the pall.y sura of obuoxious to the people, and when iho charge- tiuo whatever and not pre- 'I'lu! 'd to bo true by their author, since hi-- N'i oiK' ha- pr.'t'-nflod to jiulily jiersonal violence not Mr. Burns. has bt'vn puisu-xl with venom for the tide of circumstances" should hav thing! ii. to liave be.'U I -let those, for v, hose benefit tho music i is made, send up their shouU of applause; li-e shall not quietly sit down and permit our ixmtrnols to bo voted out of our hands, informing members of our rights, and tho unjust means used io deprive 113 of them. Tho nar-inhera we believe, arc all dis-1 i i t- i 11 i u't dot1" osti'ionhiifjiy provnfa'.ion '.-old. if any snore arc wanted at per; ,-uul its ju.-tico no une ii-putos. It the! handro-l, li.-ud in the onirrs to j manner uf c-uly, can bo o morrow, ix i to and lho pettifogoi.ig employed Lo1 tiuv-. MM sympathy for a buck, is too vi- diculoti'? .vriuus uotico. distribut.o iho typo by I u-storday, without of r.NT h r( ihe Iv late of St.-Uo, in propiiation for v.ork and a year j.-xo to the state, ft is high that i ar-tiou was token by the for and h.r.o b.-n out Jl which tluT to th of MndLw. Mr. Slate Road. Mr. P HELPS, remonstrance any change in the license law. c6c. introduced. Mr. GATE, memorial to Coiu'rooa, selling public lands to nonrcsi- ci Mr. SKINNER, Resolution that Sei-- gant-at-Arms employ certain adopted. Mr. ABBOTT, Resolution that coai- mitte on Schools, report a biil to rip- praise the School and University adopted. Mr. G1LKS, Resolution that no 5mo- mcoiporoie the bu in the Mr, LEWLS, memorial to Congress to lands to ihc Milwaukee and Wator- plank road. Mr. PATCH, bill to incorporate tho Afadinon, Beaver Dam and Fond du Kr'droail company. Mr LAWRENCE, Resolution that fhrj Covcrttor inform the Assembly relative to weights und Mr. U LEMONS, bill to appropriate mileage Io Mr. Hammelt. Kules suipen- dccl, und bill passed. rend a lit ird time and passed. To authorize the eit) Racine U> bor- row money To incorporate the Madison and Be'toit railroad company. To vacate part of the pha of Dunkirk. To incorporate the Oeo'iomowoe and Fonu du Lao ijlank road company. To pay the in :i-irt. to W. K. Smith the sum therci'i lief erred to Committee on Claim'-. By Mr. TIKEIJ, a bill Milwaukee University. By Mr. bill to incorporate and Milwaukeo R-iii ii co. Mr. Vv'Alvl'jLKY, iVoin tho Commit- tee on legUiativc oxjxindituro.s. A bill ap- propriating certain .sums to thoo'lioei-s and memlx-ih of ilic legb-lature, whi'ih, the j-ulc> was read lho third time and passed. By Mr. KKl'ID, from committoo on chum-, bills appropriating to L. Tow.si'-y and I N. Ail >n n'nns therein named. i Mr. DitlAN.a bill to authorize cov- j tniii puymerits to be made to the Clerk of I tho ci'vuic court. I'.y Mr. OONKKV, a bill to petmanont-j iv locate the coituty seat of noun-1 O I
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