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   Wisconsin Statesman (Newspaper) - January 21, 1851, Madison, Wisconsin                             Devoted to Polilics, Teinperanec, Morulily, Litprutuve, Foreign and Domcslie News, Agriculture und Amusement. Tiro Dollars Per Annum. VOLUME 1, MADISON, WISCONSIN, JANUARY 21, 1851, HIE 1 1 WYMAX SONS, AT MADISON. A W, A.U.WYMAN, a oo a .to a ar> ill l! p nl L :it till- nptiuli NUMBER 25, Spt-t'oh of Webster, MIS or -i in: Avs-ivnt- o mi- HV i HI Is'i-v IL.KK, measure relinquished, and made snb-er- bulntion yet amidst all the disasters MC'ut to the judirtnent of the whole hn- which she encountered, she accompii.-hi.Ll j man society. Religioti may exist, while her end, and safeiy landed her every man is lelt to his own sentiments, fit-iiileiiicri.. this m ty he ro-isidcre-1, to- six n- v in IUKK, .Mii.vn.vv eveiy man is lelt to Ins own senliment-, (it-iilleiiicri.. tins m ty be crj-isidcro-I, to- over us, m regard to it- impcitanco and MI.KII responsible only to (iod, aoiicty, and nijjht, as an em-jlem of New England, its indispensable necessity, bus larffely Mr. and gciitleuiun of tho :1 rule. 'I'l, e older of the State "cannot' New J-uglr.rid i, a ship, bl.umch, well i within the past year. Anil jMiLrlami iSoi'ii tj Ve sons of, exist where every individual i-re-pi.iisi- In. nell manned. She may be occi-j "ho doubts it 'i If we give up the form -Sew brethren of kindred "Ie to none but his own feeling, an-l thrONvn in the truiijili of government under which wo Jive, tic. I iiave come here not New JitiL'land ancestors understood lhat' but deoem" unon il. she tome out what nra wn You nns a M.iinn man. Resolutionsintrnducedby Messrs. Jen- ins, "Whilt >n, Evcrly, Lowth and IjuTJue, under the rule, lay l have come here nut with- New England ancestors understood lhat', but upon il, she uillcome out i inconvenience, that 1 might be- quite There u.....i const'.tiilion; right. Put her head to the wind ui.d she iougrejialion as I now wil- adopted the deck i.. I'HJ Mayflower, will obey her he'.m. (Applause, which laces bear the lineaments m the region of Cape Cod, >-i month nmlituicd fur some have igl .nd origin, and whose i of November, i- it (hold- j baldly begun, gentlemen, to the u it'u New JOmjUmd a copy of iliu 1 is hands.) They pro-'vast imixa-iance on human sociely, and 1 old siu-h a of New i: hearts beat Ih 1 1 thank- God, united. I believe in tho strength of the LrnioM, and more than nil, that a spirit of attachment to the coistimtion which is over us, in regard to it- impcitanco and over until to-moiiow. 'J'hc Jle.solution introduced on yester- day by Mr. Jenkins, directing the libra- rian to distribute equally among llie rnemburd all copies of Laws printed in the German and Norwegian languages, Tibbits, G-ordoii 8t Co., i AND SHHiF rIARDWAFE, STOVES, IRON, i Society' 'of Madison. (Applause.) 1 wilhtiiriy make to honor obey all hi- com-i the liUuiiy of the world, of thai voy- he sacufu-e. Xol a young man, with :mmdrnc-nts, ai.il to live in his obedience.! jgo oi' little vessel, that brought (lie >lood in my veins not very but But they bay, novi nlic'loss, that for llie hue of civil and religioas to us. 1 thank God, j et pielty fully and t'u-elv establishment of a civil the, and that brought ihe v, jrd of God to u.s liouing, I come here to meet tlio rcpio- gieali i sec iiily and jiu-sunat.nn of thi-ir hardly beu-im, I say, to realize siiitiitiini i.f this jrreat nil' sho it of our i-n il lights and n-e agree thai ;hu uoiiseeueni'es of it. Heretofore the igh heio saall lie (K laws and oidi-.Ki sew Vork ar.il, j And, 'hank God, they had in it, the word WM. N. SEYMOUR, 1 M U 1 N 3. 1' l eiitlenieii, I begin what I have to say, (tremendous nppl mse ----whicii is but little, by temlerii g you myli'tid, invoking the name of the, in lu'arly thanks for the invitation wliirh their re-ohttioiis, llicy sav, to l''ioao you extended to me, mv that ni-ty enjoy all sorts of lies- and prosperity. icy otdmantos ;.nd co'istiiut.on, cstali- uinpl- lishcd by tho-e whom we .shall nppoin CROCKERY St. GLASS- V Mfis'is. H J. D. ROWLEY, WARE, (ientle-neti, this Las been a stormy, a i old, a boisterous and inclemeul day. The winds bine been har-h, tin- skies have been severe, and, if we had no our we had no se- (inily against the incle'tieney of the no were mm and worn il one half of us were (md tired, l and seudy to descend to the Great seiiliments of New F.ngland -indofNew Kiglind ancestry, and of the Fathers, fa; and near, have been teni.lui'.. Tliey have crossed the land ihey I.IIM; not only the Ailepha- nie.s, but Ihey have iappud the HucUy Mountains. They ure on the shores of what are we You are a Maine man, or a Boston man, and others are Rhode Island men, and Cm nccticut men. il not a great deal better that, clasping e.uh other's hnnds, we should stand as we have done, for tho hut seventy years, of the same country, members of the same government, and Americans ii'iiited, now and forever. (Applause.) .And tiiat, we shall he. There have been dilierences there have been contentions ,'iul rontrnversies, anf. angry cuntrovcr- tell von that, in mv to enact for us, we will all duly submit j ihn 1'acilic ihis day, arid before, twelve and obey. (Applause) Hero is !h il I 'non'.h-- hei i'e thti-e uill In: Pilgrim It is not long, but it in-' uetie- in Gtililbruia. (Applause) ious sanction on its ob-e coustilutio vones reli vance In the name of God, Amen. who-o names are imdei the lov- a) of our dread -Sovereign are there to-day." Mr. Godliless them. (CI real aophuisc Here's lo the health and -ucccs-5 of the Califortda Society of of (Diinik wi'-K ,'iiie-, hy Ihe grace of (iod, ol! Ami, gentlemen, it shifl go hnrcl, but if ISiitnin, France, ai.d In .and, i- iiilclligeuco enough among llie if China, wo shall one -o( ie ics ii.-id Now Kn- we n the bleak coast ol Plymouth, Defender oi'the Fui'.h, ire., having Imndicd indlions homeless ,ind hoii-oles-, with riothii.g uiii'ertifkon, but let me judgment ------------Thi'.se ctl V.'llirll, 1 llll< HK-ir Vr- tMlll'llc-4 IlM-lVM- nl' our niiluii of .mr -filb.l i) LM Dili mi-el in llio 'iitcsiiup .hin k, SliiilJ i-i itiiiluul, l-iiiik-, Mucli ,il.   God, mv friends, would to jtime, n-j shidi be thought me ,l meet ai.d 'God, t i.it when weVarrry our alfeclioiis j convenient for the general gooil of thejtcd md n llectio-i- back to tha' period, we i colony onto uhich we promi-e a 1 due ure wi lU arm oui-ehe- u lib tlie ,-tciu vir- r-ubmi-s.im and obedience, lu ill .1 -upported t'lein in ilia" st.ite of! In witness whereof, we have- heivon- ;n nl ai.d Would to God der sub.scr ibed our name- at Cape Cod, we piK.-e-scd, and I hope r. e do pos-os-, the 11 ih of Nov., in the jeiii of the tin1 le-olation whiih ihey leign of ci'ir loul, .stnmger Ihan bars of bi.iss, or iron, si'id 1 Lin-en, of ICnyland, aid lu- ll e all, lhat fail! that m initial faith land, the and of Si oliiuid, the l.a- m ide lisa p'lueilul nation, ,.ud made us follow of who settled at Yorktown, and those who s-etileci on the Mi-sissip-ii; and hislly of those gath- eied from all ijuarters of the have "j. .VKiUU, -ii-2 j-sv-s.. Piaitr. fjrlnze ('j.. V, is. CLIJXTTOH HOUSE. By Cliailes LIV3RY STABLE. on bene (ii nllei'.ien, ll o -roue? of llii' woild, icli our Litice.-tor-i saw and foil, wo il' no- fee1. The seveiei' duties ofi fi, in 1 Lie call foi the -evere- Mrt.ie- their fiimiliiv. filiiolh, Anno Domini, Id 20. John ver, Alleiioti. Ld. V> ni.low, rrt-mdi Join Akli-i'. -Vnd 35 other for themselves a ie thei ;d I (ieut.eitun, this topic ho enlai They weie i j lor pei-evi i-u ce, and abstinence, i ed upoi hut L pa is over .1. n e ,'re nnv I .bin Tin v were ddlo 1 iqi in lo two hii.idred nudthiily years f-om thai exei- is l'ic Maytl hero, lo a 1'epri ation of it ii -e aiisti re virt ie-, ihi nhicli, before they came I ave mido tl em, a; "it were, iins-jiv, bi-lo e him ll.en is u litllu romr-m- men. Thing- changed. In bruiico ol'lhe Mayllower. Sons X of -Ticiety. the, fashi.ir- of Kin_'la-id tliere w, s, in ai.i ient li.ue., u's of la ship that t irii.-d Jason to ll.e Theirl'inii of the golden Heivo there is ;i lere the- In' hum-in I'.f- st( i-tif r ii t, Presiilent in to llie laud noilh of Fox uud U'iscc MllTOV Ol, }ca] traoulinary To re-cind it as ha.ty and incon-iderate, ihese rc-olutions would be to censure '1'cy wen excusable, on the former Legi.O iture for pa-sing gro md of ihc high excitement. He lions which were responded to with a had anticipated before be lull home ih.it hearty Amen hy the people of Wiscon- tH's subject would come up, and had sin. He rmde ihis explanation that his 'sought an miorvioiv willi .some of iliose vote rnighl not be attributed to the wrong jwho were members of the Legislature -he s..me buck without :.nd reported .Mi mot-ial ordered to be 01 _ a third ie.idin j. In committee, on the .loiul Resolution respecting the equahzaiion of repre.-enta- tioiio and Uixes among ihe 'evera'. states, Mr. Mooie m thi (.'hair. Xo amei.iliuenls beiag olleied, the sume WiUs back 10 the Seunite. on motion of IMr. Pulnu'r, as miitlr tho Mwrhil or-rior fui a neck fiom Mr. LAIH'E rend the resobuions of j iiis'.ruction, ami said it was we1! known scd for tn'lt were pas-ed duri is the se-sion Congiessiu the proceedin In comm.ttee, on the bill to amend as it lh.it of lave all ihc condi' cliaiiuoil. ili i tl y I hV 1 til C. B. P3AR3O1T, M. D. whi-ll APi-i.H .IONS iu.rr.nri> nv DAITIEt, B. DtrnRIS, Agent. O -r i .v WILLIAM WELCH, es we are not called upon, ji-i every re-pect, to emulate or to com- mend oi rail cr 1 should -IV. to cn-.u- l.le, for we shouir. con.mend them al- 1 i-on-iderii.ir tin- s' itc of society in which they weie exonUcd They had ih it reiiu-ioiis setr.iment, that, trr.-t in P'ovideru-e, detoi minat.o-i to do ,iitrht, and to seek through every deuree of toil and sufTi-ring, the honor of ar d t''0 pto'en.ilion of human libetly, which we may we'l cheri-h. It, tho pi-ogress of hum-in scnliniei't. it may be, arid probably is, that the -ni'.d- c; ui'lues belong mote properly to Us. They were great -uU'erer, from inloltr- ance. It was riot unnatural that th( ir llatr which, in the b L'lle Augustus C'ti'sar irastc-r _ _ _ In moderi! taues, there lunebeen and their people cit'xens or [luent' of 'fiith and practice, in con thai stare of thing-, should be somewhat 11 gid, should be somewhat may bo hoped, lint in a spiiit and in midei which a Howe am.] a Nelson hiive fought on the other cni.tincnt, and then- been cai-iied aJTnll, and a Uecatur, and a Steivint to t on ai e they ali, in tiu1 ch.uires ofreim imirances ami ng men, to that little bark, the M-iyiiowcr, which reaihed the.-c shoics (Great applause.) Yes, my brelhr-n the Jlujflowei is i of pel [iciiial bloom; its niemo- ttlej in California. Gcntlem.'n, 1 i'f--. I had -vime doul.ts wlieihi r il le- piihli.-un under whicii we live', i i.uld so vaMl) extended without dan- Her of up. .mil ol' clt-.-oKition. L am milling lo admit, my 1 lelu'll ions, ll'UO tint lieel. The distance i-i vast, tlie tounli-y .s vast, but t'tc jirii.ciples itjion whiih (jirr gov- v4 the repiosenta- 1 s'em, seem- 'o be iml -ive. (Appl.ui-e) Ami it ilocs some (Xiejiti.n il draws after i: an uttnt hment It. the I 'tt'oi. nndei v. Inch we 1 ve and flourish. I believe lhal (.Vhfornia and New iUcMco have 'n-i n in-pired life, and eveiy- lioily :1 ere. T'ley conside- thenisi Ive- haMiig a row being, a new crealinn. a were entitled I.> pay n.iw exi-teme. They are nol the p.-ojile to llie mailer, a, law ire., a-id thes now lhat tliey liiul them-1 vvus of ojiu'mn wit-ies-es were of united oiiiifled lo the same The hi'. I via- repot led back without inien.Iment rind ordered to be engrossed for a thiid niadii.a-. Mr. RO1 'N T It K K culled up his notice to amend the Rules Senate. -Vnd ,.fter some uiiinipoi laut debate, pul and the motion lo-t vetting for the ainend- which are pn balily fresh in the minds of every member in this House, and afier all attempts on the part of Congress, to secure Territorial Governments for ihe Territories of California i.ijd Xew Mex- ico had failed, Mr. Walkci introduced his amendment lo the ('ivii and Diplo-jto 'J'p itur malic Avrpro-iri-ilion as tho Treaty, t Thc bill to amend .sec. 0. ch. of lievised Slalulei, ii, relaiion lo ihc fers ofwituee'-es, Icing called tip, was, on motion ol Mr. BeiiTiett, rcfcned lo com- mittee on Judiciary. Several jH.-iking nnproprialion.1 were then con-'ak'ied in committee of at ihe lime, and amongst with the the whole, and, 1 eing repotted back, veiy man who f.'t the ball in were ordered to be engrossed for thiid, lie alluded lu ('en. lioyd, .-aid lli.-it he had no ub'eclion that the bun of con- Mr. H I-I10T) proscnled tho account: of (leoige Hyer lor Medical attendance, on State piisoncrs. Jteforred to demiiiition should Le removed from Mr. yVnd thi the general cijiin- ]jis Sec. 9, chap. 131 Revised Statutes, Mi. E istman in Ihe chair. Mr. mCNNKTT ro.-.d tl o clause he wished to have repu, led, ai-d reinaike.l thai he thought the las- staid.-, irtj.ist. U w as know llieie was gieal delay in col- iecLmg up witne-ses and ohlaifing leslimonv. He reminded Inc co'timillee urn an irci.y, and ihi- -imendmenl did not contain a ion 1'orev upun the and the v xc S provis- 'hiding Slavery, it relied punish law, which under ihe ion. Mr. W. conn ents ainl a ks lo he lield to a sirie', ;n> ixuut. Ue contends that lie l..is fuMi'led hi. in.struc.iions, wei e not ai our itely turc of tl.e amendment, liy all 's foicc at Sterling presented certain ac- which were also referred as main in force mini i hanged 1 y po-nivo act. The piopo .iron of Mi. Wa'.l.i r was to extend the Constitution these State-, anduilh it the habeas nf N-il'n-ns, alivdy in J'arce, wljiclj llie jieq-rues who ni vl ich uhvioV declared to j ih'ld there in si ive, y initrht have a ivne- 'dy. I- wa-sullii'ieiit for h.m to know that Mr. W. believed h .Mr. iJOrXTKEGprooenfctl tho ac- count of R. L. Ueam for constructing the tirii. iiirl moved its reference lo a select I HMD. onkey ami IJeed. Mr. ICASJ'MAX, on leave, intro- duced a b.ll lo repeal part of -ec. 7 ofnu Jnsmance rompixnics. as cor- 'n't incorporating it'll I be! liead Iwice. .1 ive-. Therefoie, inasmuch ihcu adjourned. can-led out the spiiii of l inaiuction-, was tor time ile- the re.iiliirio'ts of c-en-iiie iverc line illed i ''1C wi-iics ol his consli; for, and iingl t to be res-inded hv this so long as he HO 1 elieved he I Legisl ilnre, and it i, on this ground a- l.nie that he a-ked it. be condemned. The Commended ijen it or luei: gi eal (lie repuhliV of IS'orlh hope, under ihe mid I this sysii in of Elates und i epub- ts is exlended, .t will be st1. englheuc 1. (Applaiue.) In some there i.i nu douhl a tendeiiev to the question w. wejki'ii il. Local pi-ej.uiicc-i disturb il not also. MjiOl t. Gentlemen, if there has been any Mi. GALE, from Judiciary uommit- wlie-e on the Atlantic coa-t, sotill, of Lie tec, to whom re.'urreil .he petition oi ries will mer, rind the chill) d- of aiitmin. jdefiuuil It uill defy it iii all ih-i ilh the mates and all tune-1, and it ill con im.e C.d.foi n' lils petals lo tin; Id, and side ol ih i-ts sun.- Potiinru: more particularly, I will nol (L itightcr; any d.s-at.sfii.lion p the ba: o.' Kenosha County, on leave, to sproad Us p Ink- i'i Ihe lastjSylhib! it't; odor and fragr.JK e, lo of lecoided time (En- it 1 us not 'icon (isl' il has not been fell o Rocky iciuted a to chanuu the time for holding this Countj Courts in Kono-lia. IN ASSEMBLY, "icy. ..lull Jan. 0 loiri.l not 1'r .yer by J.'ev. Mr. Lord, sat'ie resolution- Saturday's .lourn.d read and corrected. Dodge. Mr. E. Mr..lOXKS pi (-spilled the credenlials .Mr. II. .lOlTN.SON asked to he ihough: hi-- po-inmi wa- loo u-c.'l known of liiddiceome, who appii.ircd cused from v.iling. He was :mt salis- jlo have any one Omik he vol.Id vole to a-id took ihe o illi of oflic.e. lied in his own mind, and did net Mr..1 >od.'.e. flu thought to rs- liy voting in the allirmalive, lo cast ecu- I'unge tluf resoluuons would t.ol be c.i-i- sure on 1 is p'-i decessor.-. :wg-any cei.-iire upon him. fine, could not exncliy agree voles of the Seniors were oppo-ile, but i w lib the u-entleman last up thru by tlti- iie regatded that boih soiig'.U lo i.ccor.i- pli-hli the same vsuiki'd in ency to ea-t cen-ure those who oR1 same -pint. Mr. SPOOXKU thoua'nt the As-em- bly weie now c .lied upon to say. in so' body voti'tg o rescind, it would hitv len voted for it. Abo-u the time Mr. w is elected, tho Slaveiv was the main had gamed an impetti- whii li carried :t thi oiiijlioul llie length md breadth of the I'nion. Democrats, Abi'lilioui-ls, all )i id was, t.Id not lie cxlendeil. rr.any wheihei Jlr. Walker or the Legishi'uic- and ]ic   nil.i arlic'ie. Tin- Mr. WalkiTi'lions jiropo-ed he lhal 1'i.ririo.vs >Ve., By Mr. H. JOHNSON Ol' Kenosha Agricultural Society, for I lax on Dons. liy Mr. LESSl-.'V: 1'or a law declaring "Little River" a na-ugablc town. Hy Mr. l-'or a law suppressing sale of intoxi- ,L Pi. JOJIXSpN 'J'o Paris, Grant county, to- divide school fmiil. Bv Mr. KASTMAX: tlmsiantic applause, which lasted for some cal and 1 "im not one of tho-c j who Ixlievelhat our system can he dis-' Imbed by loi ili-nr applause.) tin that twice. It is lo- 1 Adjourned till 10 morrow. H F LI-H'K DI-CI1J1 .M inn.i. .Mil .1 15 Middle ton Hoiise. JSnrr-.) [ipinion inmong all who prefoss revorcm; and obedience to the scriptures, is bly. would be his fin1 IN ASSEMBLY. Ji'nunry t. Vniycr hy Jlev. Mr. Joutunl yc'slcicluy reatl und COITCC- led. IT.Tll'IO.Ns I'KCsL.N 1'KD. Mr. LiOVCE Oi Wm. Welch and 110 oihcrs, rela- tive to of money. By Mr. MOORMAN: Change of charier lor Wiimeb.igo. By MUZZY: For legalization of acts District No. L Lei-oy, Dod was in.'-tuicled to vole lor no bill wh.ch 'ho has done --ich -in was no did nol prohibit Slavery. Towards iadeliuilc j-tnni l-'or a state load fio ih ko-li. ipon to Osh- .Mr. TKHKIXS: For Alteration of laws concerning du- last, every ell'orl had" failed, and the 'preci-e r.cl of whi. 'i he guilty. Tin j friends of Freed..i r i, >t being aule to un.k-i look gnu their opin- lics otlifer-. suit thonisjh os, had tut ike ihe ncM best ion of ihis act, and il Mr. ahiur s Look at the fad-, and .Mr. W. amendment d.d nut n.eel _lho spirit his instructions, although his in.-ti uclions' m.iv l.ave been good, ihe IjCgi-lilmo course. would rot bo found so repiehensiblc, as people weie re.iilv to It was well known lhal the laws of that eouitliy Mr. Ae count of K. were pi-lilied in so doing. If il was a prohibited was impossible- fact, that by tho L'leity ihe law of Mex- 1'or it lo gai i a foothold there, liy prevenleil S.avery. why did not the stipulation of u TieiUj, these laws were Souih rise HJ- against tlio .-idopinin of ihe extended over U by llie Tinted Treat} The l.'ieoluiion.s wore ex- 11' ihis was ihe case, and it was a matter pre-.-ion of "pinion of ihe forry at Fort. of rllcf that Slavery could not be exien- a binding ad. Could we a- I (led over lint Teniiory, wua Isaac P.'siimc to-say that lhat was :mt ihe opinion 'Walker rcprehonsiblu for advocaliiiit of the Legi-lalur.-, or ihatlhey hav since 1J ...1 _.- ii' Landing ngah.st Brown county lhat he oi.llii-; Lo: it bo our duly lochcii-h ihis n npt end it m or lin- lllllQ GENERAL Insurance Agency. Tiir. Mil, is AJ.-' nt l thi! following iim rive and JMarinc Jnsu- nf Hiitfii il, clicut! Lexington Fire, Life, atul Marine Jnsiu'anco Company, if Lf.lin Kiutucli} Insn- rnnco. Company, of nliin; find tlif Kentucky Mutual Insurance Company, of Coviin'ton, Kontucliy. In nil of ii prcpari'il to AlJ-is low us of nuy othfi- icipouiible rnmimiiy. T. CI.AUK, Aci-i.t. M nlisini. .Inly COth, 1810. nl- tio man if the I throughout the whole United States, supposes that the judicature of tho country or lhat the administration of justice is less re-peeled, or loss secure, because tho Chief Justice of t'uo L'nitod States has been, and i.s, a professed und ardent iid- hercut lo the Catholic religion. (Cheers and Applause.) And so, in every dc- paitmcnt of sociely with both houses of Congress, in all the depart- ments of go on the idea that a man's rehgion i- above human it is a quest H i to bo .settled between him and bis Maker, to whom alone, he is responsible. Rclicion ib the communication between man und but ,wllon ma" into social relations arc bo forms si gov- ernment for the protection of be- comes indispensable that tins right oi private judgment be m some of prosperity, and the tun iliousand bless- ings showered on it, wo envy you not the possession of these greater goods, this greater prosperity. Berich, be pros- perous, bo enlightened, spread your- selves over the continent, accommodate yourselves to iho measure of tho tinio, ami if he, that you should carry llie Puritanical heart with you. still cherish an undying love of civil and reli- gious liberty, and mean to enjoy Mexico, and the Spaniard will thank God that, he knows something of civil li- berty, and the trial by jury, and private rights As to tho rest, lei us rejoice, day-spiing from on high, has visited us; .Board of; fc county Also, a remonslinnce against such Je- lly'1 Mr.' SMITH: I'or a .state road from Fountain Prai- rie to Beaver JJam. By Mr. JIOUAN L-'or submission of "Banks" or "No Barks By Mr. LESS EY: for a state roi.d from Mariitouwoc to Brown comity. Also, claim of Sheriff of Brown coun- ty in ca-o of State vs. Alex. McC'arty. Mr. liy Mr. Account of Sheriff again-t the, Slate. On motion of ihe u-e nfthe. H-ill was jjrtmteil to Mr. Vin- ton, the Mohawk Duti-hman, for the pur- po-c of deliviiing a Temperance Lec- ture liiis evening. A Hcsohition introduced hy Mr. Moorman aiiihoiizing the commiitoo on Privileges and lOleclions to send for piipc-rs and prr-ons in ii-ferenre to the conleslod case of D. E. Wood vs. W. H. Dick, the sitting mtmher, was udoplcd. IL JOHNSON introduced Kesolu- tion direcliti'rthe Public Printer to print and stitch sep-ir.-mely Ihe Documents ac- companying the Governors Message, on any former Legi .lature. Kor what, it was 4o make laws, laws Adopted, were, they ollered t Mi. Walker did not notopci.itc we'll, ice. As fir as Mr. OLMSTEI) inirodured a bill to at bill 1 suppose he u( ted crcelly, hu would ask eveiy por-on if llio Kcsolutionsj were not more than comme.nsiirato with the error commit- ted lie is now considered a glory and honor to the iilate he represents. He dia not coiisidei thai by rescinding those UesohitioiH, any censure would be cast on any former Legi .latuve. For what changed tin ir opinion. He thought not Mr. UAVni said iha' if Resoiulious of censure were nol liindinc; in llioin- selvcs and meie opinions, il wa-certainiy no Ir.inn for this body to express a con- trary opinion on the same suhji ft. Mr. GlI-'FOIMi) iiKjiiired what, gcn- llemen wore a--embled lie had The there is no longer imminent of tlic disunion of these United States. (Heie tho company simultaneously fiom flier, seats, applauded, cheered, and waved their handkerchiefs.) We shall live, and not shall live as united Americans; and those who suppo- uld nd the ties of one Amciican heart scd they could sever they co from nno'hei-, and lhat speculations, ami riot inflame it do justice to all; (Cheers) That little vessel, said Mr. elwtor, (pointing again to the model of llie May- made her sale landing on the shores of Plymouth. She had been toss- ed on a tempestuous ocean. She ap- proached the New England coast under circumstances of great distress and tri- For legalization of act of Dist. No. 4, Plymouth, and Dist. No.2, town of New- iii fc, Kock counly. By Mr. MOO II K J'or a stale road ft om Port Washington to Fond elu Lac. By Mr. LOWTH: 'For Riibmi.ssion of "Hanks" or "No TOMPKINS: For charter for Academy at Emerald will not him of his had called duty, down It was to iii- Ilis conduct si Have not tho Ue.-olutunis had tin iCL-t 1 been L-P- he was concerned, he was as web pre- parei >te, as ever. His constit- C! rovo. Bv Mi- ll. JOHNSON truest and tho surest course, and course ta satisfy those who meditate dis- union is, just to leave it to themselves, and. sco what they can make of it. (Laughter and cheers.) No, gentlemen, the time is North and South, will hereafter bo more anci more M For re-enaction of "au act for the ap- portionment of school monies for ISM." By Mr. VINCENT: For submission of "Banks" or "No Banks." By Mr. HENNIXG Claim of T. P. Catlin for plats. Also, claim of Joseph Bowron for ex- penses in transporting election returns from St. C'roix to Madison. KILLS INTBODUCCn. By Mr. BARNETT: A bill to incorporate the Board of Trustees of Brockway College. By Mr. TOMPKINS: A bill to establish .Emerald Grove A- cadeniy. They since ihr-y have mot ed by Mr. Walker, it is not due !o him to expunge them? Ho did not consider lhat they were oppo-cd as v.nan.inously as the gentleman from AV'al- worth had supposed. There were hun- entertained the same opinion as Mr. Walker, had con- sidered them unmerited at the time of their adoption. Mr. BOVCE did not consider that the, people of the State properly under- stood the p isition of Mr. Walker, or ihc laws of California, at the time of the nas He Senator to expunge them. Mr. thought the resolution could he amended so as t1 purposes, and still m mer Legislature. Mr. HOG-AN called for llio order of the day, it beingpasl the inoining hour. Mr. LOWT1I moved to extend the morninghour, for the purpose of further; considering tho resolution. Carried, a maiority voting in the affir- uents liad told him lhal they were willing e ihescliesolulions rescinded. Ie believed lhal Mr. Walker had acted in good faith. Mr. BSTABliOOIv read an extract from ihe Journal of iho Senate, and showed lint ell'nrls were made to allow the Honorable Senator to m-ike his de- fence, which were not Allowed him. Ho thought if Iho irulh were known, the Senator- themselves were liable lo some small degiee of censure. He then read Ihc amendment. The ihen be- ing on the adoption of iho ihc vole stood as follows Bannister. Bird, Bjonson, Boyce, Bradley, Cavucv, Cole, Cone, Uick.'l'j-tahroofc, Kverly, I'Vench, Fuller, (iifloril, Ciroot; Hcmmingway, Hemiing, Jenkins, 11. -Johnson, .1. B. o as to answer "H .limes, Julius, Kinuey, LaDuc, il censure any for-''r.esscy, Lowth, Mahnros, Mooie, Moor- man, Murphy.Muxzy, Olmsted, Oshorne, Perkins, Price, Itogan, Snover. Slock, Tompkins, Trega.skis, Wilson and Horn, .rnett, Chase, Clo- iiGrht it duo to the Honorable mative. Mr. SPOONER the ground that a two-third vote was neces- sary. thier, Eastman, Easlon, Hale, Hurlburl, Ray, Soavcr, Smith, Spooner, Tinker, Toll, TJilcy, A'an Vlict, Vincent, Waldo and Adjourned till 10 o'clock to-morrow morning. [ii-rmanently locn'.o the com.-iy seat ol fayelto Connly. JJeferred to scloi-l. comtniltee, Olmstoad, Jlenning and liny. The lijllowing resolutions wore adopt- ed JJcsohcd, That, tin; Clork 10 procure copicmiflhe if ihe State Sujieriniended in the Ger- man language, for the use of llio As- sembly. jd'solved, That ibu newsjiaper pub- lishers furnishing lo ihis as- ,embly be and are hereby requested to deliver the .same in separate envelopes. The following Resolution introduced yesterday by Mr. LaDue, was taken up. IJCsolvcd, That no one cotitesliiig tho iO.it of a silling member of ihc bly, shall be allowed any pay or compen- sation for his lime, Havel or expense, in contenting Mich scat, unless such contest- ant shall make good his right to the beat claimed by him. Mr. SPOOXKH hoped tho Resolu- tion would not pass fur tho reason that the Assembly could judge as well wlu-u the mailer came up as to forstnll public opinion in the matter. Mr. by or shall make it appear it good CUUPO lor contesting Mr. Bill D was opposed to tho amend- It was loo a maltcr to up u. show of cnuao tllc" out of Iho Trcapory.   

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