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   Wisconsin Statesman (Newspaper) - April 27, 1852, Madison, Wisconsin                             n Devoted to Politics, Temperance, Morality, Literature, Foreign and Domestic News, Agriculture and Amnseir.eiil. IVr Anuuin In Advance. VOLUME 2. MADISON, WISCONSIN, APRIL 27, 1852. NUMBER 37, J07S ITUO? VA75E. i (ho part nl' Morgan, proved dreadfully i'mlxirrmsini; ti> iho snvnpc fur Mnr- 'uai.'s I'oriuiiatrly, wrru in a sjo AN ACT Watson looking furtivoly rif-Mnry. 'Ifi post, or to kill our neighbors at their com- you should piove unsui.'CKssl'ul, inon employments in tr-o fields or in ihe TO ATTTHOBIZE THE B n-otdd be many left to di'plnrw your wood'. This was ti most inguiiiouri and' BAHICIKfl. OF by tho United States, or by any curiliis or any purl thereof, v.pon recch in hereinbefore provided in this act; and .and cane-tiling .-m conn! amount of Rich eii- upou making sueb assignment and transfer, leubviru; notes delivered by to Pilch p.T- micli person or assuml.ion of persons sli.ill srm or ar'-onation of ei-o-iiie, in fiieh and I could never forgive myse.f fur JaiiffunniH device truly fur who could People oj' tAa titute of Wsccniiu Tl, r. i-an.-d wcnrirraK mid by exorcising uich inoi- dent.-il powere as M.-IV be neeea-nry to carry on such may choose ono of their number a.; president, nnd nppoint a ctitliier and fiv-h other ofliocra nnd iigonis M their u.'iiix-'-s :nny require; but 110 nwociation or infT under tins act, until siia'i wwocintjon or banker sh.ill have deposited with tho Innui- er tha securities mjuireJ by law, to 1 -1 i i r r i 1111 1 i i i i 11 i lei-Hi -I M 11! il ll'v ki.i'e llir u T'I h -I dil'irich he h ive in-d liim- :'ho i i-i, l'i niy .'Vi'.i.'.r ll.ti f.ii j dflli. i.i- im hi-i-u "ii-'n MII I.-r :hr -.'line lliiui; fit ,-ix I Mn-1.; n -.vi ii'i.v f of I'u1 "I'll'; In- in-isM.i In vi.-r- t'-. 'i'l- I'.VIKO M' b- i-i riii-'y ii.i' -.-lar iiii.ii. a.'d as ,i icwmd f l, iif.1 iia i l-ot'i np.'i.! S-i n n -envl to -M.-ii- IV .M I -i: .M-iik- .n sti i mi intid- e I, .vbicn i 'UK-i-im-d tl.c1 nf M try Mi.r- b.s ho'i! ilium ill- is i.nd i-'mwi-d u-i ilc-r ,i more inn tiM'i'il al. lie didu'r pui k-i-t .1 iun ii lei! M.irv uru-li In: .md die liimU" 1- iii tho banltii under the provisions of this act, 7. Tlit uiortgnga or deed of tniff, sswulcd lo Ecctnc llio payment uf such bonds ui'ol.liicaiKin-, be txecttUd to a trustee i1 Inistou.s, iind sli.ill coniitin the usual and ll'K.ll tl'e'r I stocl. :ind rail road n.'l ihe liop, in r...- ]nav be on ill ntnotuil of c'ljiital 'A'K'l; o1' tho I 10. Every 'nan'c and JIR-O- I'intion organized uiidtr ot'lhi (he iirfialcoof every bjaoininir a klmwholdor by ditch ir.tiMfw, in to his fcliorc-i, to and bo pubji'ot to.'ill tho Jiabiliiiai of 'd'.f' rion wir. -t tori ,vj  tl' iliyrs'ind ilol1 irs per-vim-i' l'i inr JNosiic-h bond or shall ho recoived until the governor, blink romp-, t-i Ik'i- and nJtornei y-eneral, or two of them, ney-i.'t-l or r.-: l e to pays-lid f-.x hour, of biisine's Iwtwi-cn tlio .iliall with the treasurer of the fi" ten ilais.ij'ier it become imlici) of (en arid liu'js o'el'ielc, at the place ec'itill.'-iiu bv ilieni .iiyiied froi.i actua! view >'f non-pa} m.'iit hull !u i-'eiii lo mieh i.'eiin- j sn.-ii note oi notes js or pnyablc, fail or and inspection, tliii'-MU'li rei.-ii-iiu potti.iti of 'j'.iou. by tl.e and if iiie 5 .-.y-, ivlVee to ixedcm siie'i noto or in in- sank di.vii al d.s'i i-n I.) t.a.l t i-i-n ..miitfli by ihi i .p'-d .-I'td di.'d. v .'I'd UI-..L i- T." il.lv iVmiiS i-.l, 11 v i pi d 1 U r r-iV.i n rill.- and [In iii ,1 ii 1 e i-i'.-.-ut i I r' i 'inn.i d iollu tod i i-l-i-, I'M-V !-iul us ad 1', I'll'.-'! o. -I 1 l I' -1 "1 l .1' l "1 'l i i vain-id i euuit i i mi'iidiM .1. v _ .c i... i, -1 11 -eo'ie n-ii-'om- a .1 ,-i' be-iii'v i r ,i ii ill i i-Mji'.tuI rd ii'ii. vi v I'Nieiiil, sai. elarv it; a o! a.l tin- ymu L' _ uu'i t" :1'it lic-.on.' ;-r iu'. n'li .Uii nii wl.i- H WA, i: :on, and whin" i'iiri> i tin ir -c v.-ii! r- niiilc M ir- dv ini-iib-nl JIHI v-lalt .1 I 'iiMi-, alono lit itMi'ler In1 liny i'-ei i- ttlii'ii durinij; IM n u ;'i lo r  tho first day nuy note or notci, coniitomgtied >3. JN.isnc'li bond or shall of JaniK.i'y or July then next and resist.'red iit'orcsaid, sliall tinm he rec-oived until the L-'ovc'rnoi-. bTmk eonirj- lf ''imk or b-udiinit a.-, nf >re- hcreiHur, on Ir.wfid dcmnnd, during _. 1 I .'l.l 11.. ........11.---- Jders tlieivin. Sec. In ibo maker or iimliorn of ha-, been oonstniclpd ill n snb-'.aiilia! not v it'i; d.iys (lure- la-.vfnl moiajy of tlio L'h i ted mi'.ni.t'f, v. i'.h n solid ro.id bed, and with ii or haiikiui; u-so- holder or aokler of note or msu- of T. or I i or other pa'.t.'ni sh.ill in to iho lax nfi'iesaiil. l.inrr such demand, nuy causo tho lo of in uu less thau iit'ty ibs.', I'oifeit and pay to ihe f ild tu ijAuter f.ir th. '.c l i-.i ..ne. jiwka-jo for nou-pttT- t- the laid, similfi to other n MI'S of ihe l'10 I'l'i'CMiliii.i on llu ain't! incut, by n i.olary p'.'.Uie, under oilii3.-il (ir tehi-saw.l hiu bean fully nnd skek. Th- al cw.ii-.-uii'ial the. cashier or in aetii.-d oj erniion, niul ha.s fuiied for ihe co'i-'diulc-a, oii'er to wnive dcninud, and notico of vi'iiv iwxl pitt'.-e not r'-vem-.e ijie.Ui'i ihe. t: u ill of such Lan iihcrc-.toiMh'! liond.-, or Vlit1' in fevlimi .ifi'-r, iinke. and deliver tLan in.erc-.ton ihe hond.-, Villl> proM.Kl in and party llic'ieoi by sv.eh or dee.l t of b j maUiii'i --iic-h deiiuml, nn ndmisaon in -wri- trii-l; noruniirilic foi leilure. or o: uitl.Jr of tiicm. thi-jliarr, the lime of the demand, the lilt: in l.l-.o mnnner !ii-seeriiiieale from jtwiisurev ib and 10 re- aiiin'.nt .k-nmiuU-d. and tho lact of tlio non- oi1 deed VO'1L' powu-of ..ttorn :y uraiitud de-l ].nyiKent tin and the bank comptroller liii'iueut. :H provi.'.ed in fo-.irtfc-u. e.-l- on and lilinjj in bis office web. ad- the inieiv'-i Miel, recr.i ilie1; and apply ii'i-Jon or j'.-ot-st, together with Mich ll.ev.-.nie to liie. of and i'oi1-i or foitl.viith icivo notice in wri- i'eitui-es or of oilIKT of I'.i'in. r.i'-l hi.1.1 ihe! lina: to the niaUr or tnalicft of such notsor jctued in the mauner viiosis rcqniie I by this net, inch poitiou of road. -To thf tryi'i, d .n't tc" lru l, bv a I'1'.'., ii.mnt. -.fn ll.i'ii1 li.'.i.V, ,-nral ibr ifi, N to do 1 my-, f,   h .1 a day in i v I il. ii Him j -i- u-u-1 l-, U li ,-o V'V'd V'di '''1U I'''' l..... hi'l1 ill the fold- rv-i; .1 wiy. UI.CIMJ-. !WO It'll -iV i iiifin w'th ca.ili li ,'i. t. l.i- 1.' .ii' j; ii.cil l.o, i" ii.ui. f itii e. A' il 1 1 l-'.l'o 1 f Maty hi'r ill ill.' fold- I-KI-: h.ii.dki n l.i f, in urdri til i! 'inxiuti n njiidr i1 I'IIJH u.-- pi, t ..ed i, r rr l J, ..i i i IM- i-l y. r i r'-j e li.d.-.i M'fii.'l I., d i f b.ii iU, ti'id n stoh-n i V.'at-.oi ,iy l'i iie.'ii.i. .i-l'i il-i. ini'u! !ii" (bi- Hie-l.i'.duu II to u-t ll'M -Hl.l ill.; i l.bf.dv III Oil The i, l-.i-r .ai.k j him. l.'-wuii, ,lllr! man wero t, bin ...r-.-tj 'in vi-ou J h. nililii- a been n.jii tbsr h'id n n ..T .....t ot I I'.h. i.llf.ltV Uj Oil Ille I'llll'l.----- V. 1.. ii i: ua-i ipi .'r ii :i k In; :.l ook h.-ii.d- ".I 1. i is eoliit, di-s. in d h l.i., illle ii. his ll'iiiu c-lii JOE tb lo do his duty. e-i irirulful .-i Ins own -at, ly e'ai'dreii. th'1 .'u1 ciicd on- in a sieiit- -i l n sl.riek li-i-mr l.'oirlli -.1 tin ii1 i'.lb c-r. 3 .-1 i.- R.I :hcir fi c! ,--.-u d arry t'lt ihi'dr-n, wilii u f.'.'l'u' i-i'.iv'ir.ip. r'.i-irt 'd ".t't.'r tln-y roil :i ,'.v 'li.. in b'i; S.'ifs ji-n1- o.' _ of piiit1 bileii, and in the of.lii MMIV: I'M lii.-' d1 ni'V "1 :.H .in; i in si In1 lo'k hi.-ri.anon. Tbi-uiijilil wii: C tin' ,'i. rliat -i r i' .1 n th.'y d.s- ii.m- u illy dm k, h.r ei'adiiul.y i.e I'ei-oii l ;i -Cll-li to il, and i i> l', I'l.I. hi-, too in I iyof ih ui tii- ol' llic .-.CL.O-I; 1'jr y.'.i'j'e :.ii, In lic'i- sh. il be liable oliL-iai bond: idul, That ll-.e d-pi.ty Iw iiaid Ibi hi- -3, oui of tho hy all the eomn.roil'a by liiu iirc-c'.- Hi bloivu avvny ihe liv iiid do ,s ,i u'ei ir vxpeii- mem by r.r i tl.-i'ioti in C'i i Co., g yes h ij.e tint tliij I'e-.n dy h .s b.-i u d-.ii ed, oi -ii h-at.l ,01! rcii-i'iiy IH-en i.iseov c-i-ed tor tliu c-vil complained "f, t be.; leave to I'eporl H, us 1 hayi; ic- i it. 'J'i o yi'iit'ciran ti'lnded to, in ihe pii'iij nf he Id--- oil-, iu-o "l- lli.i-i- of uii ter at. t aL ibn same tine, i-.iu! on --i. iru' oil oil, Ou; oats, ol emu'- e, i arie up iimt so ihnl ih.1 i'. In it wiii t b icl< 'ill til'iur hjtve-t. At Uu1 pvi'iier it i.o iho }i .r v, sled, and the wheat from tluit lime eoi.iplrc'iler, uie p, iini. linn- Si K l.-ui no '.iitia to lo-.d, n i-tivi- and i r'olnlioii. All Ht m ee a slig'it lustiintr ti'no, tin- ri-aclii'd tbi! cm1, "f llii- d'lUtilli-sa Wat- '.--on. jli: looknl iniently 111 ihu diiec- w lien to i lion wni-nei- it ocded. nnd lo his sur- ri'ii i.i ib.. imp..Him i-iit-f iioi y fcnnwu c.bjon met 'MI-, ii" ,'11111.'di ito ii'-pi-no At vi-imi Ir ivir-, 1 id Mm IJIMI'H !i n ;lli .J t oun.r n, in .-i.'pped Joilli I miti- of t.'io ai-ll li'l's ii.i id lirii.ly, '1 li-.iilc- Wn'.-cui e. uld II d iliat ibi I'li-i- of :M at y ,.s, ,.y ,v; butiiui' lo l-is pur- pri'i' nnd tin1 fni'Jiiorv of his lixt cuni- VI.' VOllK'J ho terna'ii.-d .mil in.'ide NO Tlio d'iq paiuod, and th o BUtdi not prove fatal; In.liin'i gun was v, ill mount Ihf iju ird nilb .simjiiry bond 01 lonked T n-ki d AlorgJin but j imvai ds tho fort. 'L have hiiif a mind lo call him SL.id Wfilsori to would bn sn niiich c iinpiiny ior mo but J must not forge.f will mid '1 am not alV.iid. I will sulvu iho my-.lury. or dii-. can't go nn in thi-t wny I'uitu ol Mich bank i-on.ptiuller i r teii.il-'ii." be J'i'" 'ired by the tlio priulii.c- nnd of the notos piovidetl for herol'y, sir II ten ain ii his ei.-lody or under his shidl be ev'.d.iixi Ihotcif; nnd tr deed 01' to r. loidc-d iho. same eSeel ns if rei-oi.lcd in ihe alua.'d. In.- e iiror too.': aa 1 fur a v.'Uider: i-t it J- u'ti unla t.'tt. i nf llr., n-e.iou h.iJi i il.e nt in-.tl jru'd by li to '.he ..ait Imt1-. n.iL v. hut I wauled said !ie rui-1 toin'.lmllei1. I called for n toddy, c. any jteiwii or nssocin- "Vou R.illol fora "aid 'Jic b.-.t- tion pursers foiiiK'cl fur tin; c.f e.'p.'i-: "dertio n banking under the of thK net, 'J h.-il i- an apple- toddy, cu your stupid .tjj and trausl'i r in trust to tlio b heail; I ,-isked for a whiskey treasuiei-'of this -tale, ai.y portion of the No, Mvnheer, jou ns'c only for a dod- dy." "You yo.i the sviathy editor. J fans .-aid no more; ho dran'c the, apple toddy to s.-.ve it, niul maiie l.iio editor pluin whiskey toddv of s.iliieicrit to si-.it the case-; but maliing il was heard tc Cot. for tarn T should dink nodding of A' the di-ti.'ice 'if ii puces, wb.il'1 MOIJIJ, (.training- cry m-tvi; to gi-ealei-, tbo ImVninj "liic'nrecij hi? jj'.iti; but oil p.ronunl ofj IIH ctlrerae fHijcrncBB nnd be his mark and Morgan wns not was now itcnr biin, and WM to turn and figbl. Before howcvnr, he denll bis more upilo a 'Mow with bin clubbed rifle, broke i; off the breech, mid re- jn tetuni a blow from the Indi- tomnhnwk which sxsvered tho littlo of left They then clo.-t- 1 thereupon a most remarkable took Diip; for ne nh.ill rtll no picked off ono u.llen j volotitot-i'i-d to mount gunrd tarn liar as he ish, it .me, without knowing tl.o I'a'.n of bo tlwt Tom "Wat- never dulhcle ib-iith in ish In Out- or two nthf-r.s now nfi'i-rc'd tc, share 10 Wntson Imt ho ctcadily their olu 'If Bi'vornl i-f UH mount mmrd al Ihe SBBIO snid '.ill will go nil u-i usual, wo shall bo no ivisor ihan bi'fbte. Wu km.iv ibis will bo tho c-nse, bccau-it1 vvo have tried it to our satisfac- tion but if ono rUreH Iho danger tilonu lio will stand some, cbativo of learning aoniolliing about it." 'Too good a cbnnco rrmnrked one, in lono but not so low but Maiy Morgiiti lumrd it. Witt-ion .inyH i.s said mi the wei.hi of sixty winters WIHSMI, w irtio. .IIIKI i 'WTilvupon iho onoe sri-miB- settlor, Hbo' it n pity to him; such 'Wn- wv.no match for tho Wlow a Both fell nnd tho iMtcr wns np must run Iho replied tn icn niia initci f'moM. Oimdorin. the victory Wntsmi. 'nnd il nnybody IH to fall, why won, the red skin utu-red a it might ,H well bo 1 om ataon, .ttomptcdto draw other I should ftt east rt.o w th his knife to diBnitch bi, yictim. tho proud conscu.ui.neM 1 wai do- 'nnh in nnvflgc -nut vinespoct- ('J1i baffled the handle had become en- in some article of np- winch ho bad that day ctolcn nod into bis pocket. While tbo olblot- was vainly trying to extricate Morgan seized the fingers of "tner Ksnd with his teeth, and com- enewing them without mercy. eruel attempt at eannibalitm on ing my duty.' rnplied David Morgan I'm an oM mivn, ami my loss would not be of no tmich importance to the oonetrtl safety nntl after nil, jierhaps it would be hotter for mo to muke n trial of it, ami if I fail, why there'll bo time enougb to try your skill afterward, Jom Watson." norcr will eotwent to exclaimed sou fi I my duty. 1 did not expect lo have, cmn- beini; galled a liar by a yeatilinnn; but by ......h n tarn liar as he ish, it too per but by accident, and den he eomeaoiitcUir next day n-.id sajs it n dypnginjiliical error." The w riter left iibout that time, A BARK DIALOGUE. you's hciird ob mnssu Hobhs, do man wat picks all dc locli hiibu't you ob course, I bob, wat yon ax el lit for, Sum 1 dis child knows n lock dnt he With hia iii.sc- still up the dng at'vniic- ed slowly. Suddci dy il-.o eyosof Wutaon [lushed wilt a lierco nnd mn- erln trnncjuil IcatiiiBS, ho inUed his rifle lo bis nholdor, rnpiiily along tbu f.itnl bairel, fired, and the dog, Icntiiiig high in tho air. foil down with a groan of mortal iigony. Instantly (hero a limnttaneous rtisb from the fort. 'Tom Watson cried David Morgan, who WHS the first ono on tbo spot, 'what has happened? What did you shoot 'At your dog, I bnlieve otiid Tom minify. public stock issued or to Lo is-uc'd. by tin1 ur am1 stale; stocks on svhu-h full inteicst, fe ;umually Sii'd tu bo Milued at a late lo bo c-stiiniited nnd governed by the average rote i'.t have twen sold in the city of iXoiv 1'ork, within tliu next luouliis iirceced- iug the time wluin such Blocks may be lui't on dupo-.t ivitl; the couiptrollvir; mic-U pei- hon oi uf Khali be entitled lo feeoive- from Ilie biuik compti-oilev, an nntouul of Buch note1.-, of dilfcr- eut rcgistttretl and counlur- niguitd, eijiial lo nnd not u.xeeedinp; the aiu't of public fttoi-Us nssignud nnd (.lansturred ns afuLCniiid; but such ]iubhc slock slull in all c.isiv3 be, or bn. imulu to be, eipial to a stock producing six per cent, per annum, nnd it shall not bo lawful for tho bank comptrollei fi.. r. 11, K (iich ii-h or "liail b'.' secured, ihall Lo rei-onK'd in the- of- iicc- of the tiirv of MaU1, in n book kept llu1 thai llia I.MI l.'i r .-n y cii1. no'1 s ns i'i in 1 i.i l.is.- l.> hi'lduis thereof. h.'.il In cii-c MJCII orson or nsxwistic.n u'iie l.i the- c.'i'i] Tiilli'i1 -rc-od a'i I pc-r-'His, sl.all fail ur to such I t.. b 1.-, ,'iii.i, to :'.cn.no-..i.t i bill- r la-ii-s .m di'iutuul iu innnuuT .if I'viiiiih oi' thi- snid s-j cc.d.'d it. iln- jnv'.nlii.g .-ei'lion of I hit wot, suuiaiiou s-hnil tu ic-cvi'.c, n.i ad.'.i- ihe aUi. the cxjiirntion of tint IMIKI: tvi-iiiv.v lo inc. mi .ly tin1 Icll I'.M- nitio; niu.i.oiieU in liio prvccdinj; any th it. n n1 be in vein, 'tic'- 'i-.i wltii tile tivillc'i, shall nt fiUl bills, and --iicli jcr-'i'ii or a.--o of J'.-r- ihc manner the i ilc-maud ai liu ui -i- !na lato '.jie the eour-'e tucdi rosid i .--c'.-Llc 11, i.iMiig tl-.irU notico by j.ublii.i'ii'i in ivmi: printefl the- Ol of vliis stnt.fr, and iu ore d liiy -Ntiw prccoed to n'l n1. il.o Mcr. Kic-h'.iiigo in eily aiiedon the iks .o jilc'iijio.I, i.nd list i.i' the of .b.ill ii.-ij. I'.-u.t'i'l the bills oruotw ii J.v.e iuMK-.l j ut iti circula- ti.-ii 1 .-'ic-ii tii'.der the nrovuioit of ih'..- ..it to bo .ippilcd pro ruLa to ibo puy- nic'il of a'l si'ih but noth- i-.-r.ia.ji.-u .O.-ill lie coijMd.'ri'd m.iv be built. ii-.-oi-iatc- to c-si.'ii.lish of di1- :.uy un the of tho A dc-vripiivc li-t uf iin- ciivii- at.ni; fO leginiM-ed and eoiini' by the bunk comj.ti-i.ller or bis deputy as 1 in sec. -1 .if this aci, ih-ill he dc-liv- c-rod to tho t.c-asiirc-r, slial! c.ijiy ihi.'saino in the herein.iftcr lo be kopt by liini for lists oi deposited v.itii him for s.'.fe rJ'iiri-e ilesciipt.vu lists of the si'C-ii.-in'c's tr.insliii'rad to the slate tivasiueriu '10 nnd sigael by the bank conijiirolli-r nnd [.er-iins mnkinir the transl'i-r; one iu n well bound book U> be kepi by the comptroller thatpurjiose, oi'.a in book to be kc-pt by the rtT, and one in a book to bo kept by tliu :is--ioiiitiini, .uii. suid wi-vuiuos then be di'jvered to tlie state trcasnrwr for ii ri-ccipt to the comptroller fnv iho same, end shall bo rc-spoir-ible for any loss 01- dest-.-uoticu thereof out of or refcidtintf from negligence or the M.int of prci-nntioii cr care. whole or any part of-' said in.-iv be rc-Je- livt'red to tin- eo.npti oiler for the purpose of under the previnious of tins act. or iiMid or di--] osed ol' under any or- der or dci-i-cu of coin-t, or of boini; ruliiriii'd to the oivner in confurmily with the jimvis- to take sneli stock at n mle above its psr-i ions of tins aet, the comptroller in c-illi val.ie, nor above current -market in ea tiio city of Now York, nt tlu> time, of liopi'sit, by such person or .issociation of poisons: Proiidud, That if in tho opinion of the bank comptroller und governor nuy stocks, can't pick no bow, an, I want's to ax offered slim! be deemed inseome, they wat you link it am, dat'a all, shall not be received as such .wuuritii'S umlui- Now, den, s'poso you loll. I kinnvob a lock dat llobba can't pick yeah ob conrac, I Why, I'd almost as soon bud you shot' does jaw Hoali! lieiih yi one of tho children. What possessed dar, iiijrg'" you. 7' bo is, go 'and returned Wntnon. lit' Ho star you dm.'l, TSofrum dat'u ly goud for you, Erfrum but dat uin't it: it'sn-a-lock ob bar I Henb lieulf! you Inffin at, Sum t Morgan ran to tlm spot, in liopen some you Inlttn at, fcnm I il'e Mill remained iti bis faithful dut'a.miflin. 1 diin't dulim-aarity'tall, Ho laid his hand udon hia hrnd, Hiitl j I doctin'r. Look H hush. Sum 1 dis chili- buck with a cry of antonishnicut. knows two, iron, half dozou ull o' It's Lion'a skin, but not bis loily ox- cm ntonlor'n dem, wat he can't pick. aimed Morgan. 'Thank God, the mys- dem, Eefrnm T tery solved." Kender.the nkiri of the dog conlaine the body of an Indian. 'It wai easy enougl in disguise of our up and snrpriso "iir do InckH on do Erie Caiml, ob course, Sam don'tyon know riuffin! tlie provisions of this not. SEC. Any poisoner nssocintion ofper- funned for tho pnrpopci of un- der the provinior.s of this art, may :it hi- or their option a.viigu nnd tfitnsfvr m trust to tliestnta of Una d.'itc, boadx or pbligatiynabcari-ig a rate interest not Icc.i ihan seven per cent, per nununi, aijnu.illy, issued by any rail road company in this btati; incorporatc'd by ,'U.y i'ft of the aturu of this state, or of tho territory of Wisconsin, d'.ily organized under such an act of incorporation, tho payment of which niggor J bonds or obligations slml! bo sccvired in the manner hereinafter provided, by a mortgage or dead of trust of th e -whole or portion _ n receipt upot: the book kept, by the Ire.'isurer nfuresni.1. .specifying; therein ihi' ]iurj osefor siu-h re-delivery which rcfcipt discharge the treasurer from all further responsibility for the st'ick' so re-delivered to the comptroller. SKO. 14, Tlif trcusiirer iHiiy to any person oi- of persons transfcr- riiiijf scci'i-itie-s in pni.-iiia-ica of the ptovis- ion.s of this act, po-.veir, of attorney, to be coKiitei-sijcni'd by the hank complioHer, aia! rijot'i deil bv him in n book to be wid koj't lor that purpose, to receive inter- est or dividend.'! then on, which ancli iv-socia- _ o-il--', ci.viihition, ami bc-coire inco _ Ujiiiu tho tevnn d and "tibji'ct to the iiabditii'- prc-. rib-.l i'.i ict; lr.it iiji.-.rn.ji.'ile i'f ;l.u i.ipiud Jiock if any Mich a-soi-ia'.ioii not lie i.-ss 1'ian wi'iily-livu thousand dollxr% nur niora than liundivd thoii'nii.l di'llai-'. 19. ijiich j'ersoii1' under thc-ir of said bills or noted 1 :id tlie propir ajij'lie.ilion cf the .seciiii- to the foi See. 2.1. In U'O nrirkut of any oriijn of llic rilics truusferrod ly :u.y to tho state tre.v -invr, i-i n- providnj in thin net, nhall .it time J i-iiod of isiscty bu li--- '.he thpv wcro de- eonio insnlUciont pect'rity; and the bank cohiptrciHov upon iipplicnlioi! of the ov.-neis f such transt'crrtid wcuritiea in trust, may in ;of n rail road coiistmctcd by Mich rail rond his discretion, with ll.e >if t'.ic, b fur tbo red-skin, go way! you uin't no count -co'cpany in this state; which bonds or obli-'mvr in writing, clinr re or tra'iFli.r Ihe old Friend, lo creep 'tall you, ain't I I got nufliu more to do j gatious shall be by the said for other securities of tho kind befoic- -ij'ivi- nt their wid nuob ignatit cnllsd mnn as yn-i J or in lieu of the public stocks mied or to in this nH, or may transfer .nd shall luiike n cc'r'.iiic.-iij shall -jiecily: 1st. The aamo I'.-suincd io po-i-., d, tho sliall nolifv >iu-h suuh association, and to 11 ti-cd in ni! uf the uipreiiall.iri in value ot nuch which nnnio sh.ill not be that of k, an'! c-i.-h wiihii. thirty dnya nl- ny oilier baulJiiff soi'ii.iioii in fids state. niich shall cmixi The place where l ic hisincs< of  r notes to th.' amount of such withi. llio thirty dajs after tlio iMl'i-'1. tin- -aid kliatl lio d.-eaiO'1, if havo fnfrilfd their nnd immi.niiiM an liank- inp; under tl.e thin net, and i! Chilli be tho duty of the comp- (o mr.ka fipplii-'.tioti to the cirouit of I'u- lounty in wldi'li wn-x-ia- ,i.in i.--iy be to have ap- n.inti'd ns pruridcd by K-c-lion niiie, chapter ifty-foiir. villo thirteen, rcviwd who -hnl! the po-.von and jioifonn (lie du- tl.nt by that motion. But thin BL'i'lion shall not IK- no eoinlriicd m to riiii-.-ri: tho suriv-ndi'r to receiver of any wi'li iho luiisur r or to '.hi. set, nt: 1 :-.iih fi-miitiw tho pnvi.ii.nl "f the bill-, or notes iwueil by the Ij.-'nli, h'-' f. do in olhcr "0. It shall not bo lawful for llio or bis eli'pu'y, to oounlervign billsor ii'i'.i-i fi'i-nny fiducial ion lonn amount 'n cxoofliiiiif; at their n-. before rovidc.l in llii1- set, d'j oMifd viith tho Irc.-isiirfr.in ciich a l.'iion; mid any ciimpti-oller nt tlcputy, v.-ho shall violnle the of tlimaac- t'ou, iipnii conrl'llon guilty if n ir.i" demeanor, nnd shall bu puninhed by Jinf than live iho-.isnnd dollnrn, or In; iinyi'i'-niiod not lo'-i firm (ivc b i MI, ijy and S.-e. li diiril lawful for MIT Sd. The niTionnt of ci'pitd) stoi-k o's'i.'h .H'iiili'in, ar.d iho urn Vv ut' iulo which the s.-niio sliall be The iiatr.i1-. and laci1" of ni-idT.e-11 of tho sliari-holdi'rs and tl miir.b.'i- of by each uf them flth. 'J'lm period at M'li'eh M'.ch sht'.H coumienoi! and wlik-h cer tilk'ate shall and in the ollicc. cvf the of deeds oS' the joniily win-re any oflu-e of --'.icb ihal't and :i I hereof fi id in the ofiiciMif trea-urer, andof tho fnnjjtrolli-i: and upon the rn-'irlivi; nf which certificate, the per-.-n or av-oi'i.ition ot ai'ori'.'nid, Jiall Iwooin" a body pol'.- tic and by tho ti.inie ae ntbiesaid, for and diirin.': the line iixi'd in the ceitilicatf, and by SIK-.'I i.amc shall jiow-i.-r lo TOtilract nnd be conlractjil with, and shall hove all oilier over.', and imimiuilie-, incidmt to i-.1- pmviued in i-Imptor Cl, cf the 11- vifceel ptafiiis of Snc. liO. A copy of bv the '-cc'.'on duly ci-rtifin! by tho -.opiister of doeds of llio county, or comiJlrolk-r, or cither of oflicon-1, be HK'd ac evidence iu nil ooui'.-i .Mid fur or such tion receive nnd apply to thf-ir own IIKP biitcticlr power mav be rev.-kod upon Mich tissociation of pcrwi.i to lor or ag.u-.ist m- such ..i t-m 7 o'licr I-UT on for or t v.'jioni anv wirli c'deem tin- circula'ai.n; notes so tssuvu, 01 ,hcn iu the opinion of tlm kink comptrol- evidci.e' may lo on any CIM! or cr I'ue pviuciprd oC fiitb. pcciuiti.-s rJiall be- criminal trial. See. Such s.voci.-.ticn shall have pow1- cr toc-.iii-v on tho bus'uo-i of b.-nkmsc by bi'.i-. n :in 1 other evidoro of by ly b'-yiu- and '1' d' I'--- f coin ..liv! ftiw iii.An.l Ul'u of ex- bv loaning1 .-.n re.-d and pc-r   

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