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Milwaukee Daily Sentinel And Gazette (Newspaper) - May 16, 1850, Milwaukee, Wisconsin lison blanch of this Society had u InirJ time of it atth'jir recent rsary in New York. Capt. llynders and his gang of scoundrels took the law Hi.'l IACTIOX 01. A 3tAKni.R w 11 he remem- bered that some mouths since lhu Chic.igoDm? crat charged Charles Douglass.L'ghlliouse Keep- at that place, with a neglect of duty. rrti very murk b'J s'! v, J.-OUK O'CLOCK r. here strictly to our rv___ i ii, ,t the Editor of the Democrat would bc severe- abiHing everybody generally, and declaring that bc to ud. Mi for consideration of tlie Common inance lien toforo reoor Is will oUirje us ti are lo suijmit to a candid world wlii (her the highest evidence is not furnished lhat the Church, the Constitution, nnd the Union are ay.iiii-1 fiud and against and have cnliTL-d inlo 'a covenant with death, nn.l will lu-ll me nt agi-i'i-muit.1 nnd that this noddy en" lor-d in a codlik enteipri-e, and deserves tlie of every purl- and noble spirit" We notice among Iho names of lho w-ted officers (hat of Mr G R. Steblins, of of the Vice Presidents. A ere ck'Cled, und the the "E.tccuthi" he- hnseffecled a compromise by paying costs.and publishes the following retraction of tbe slan- Our counsel, having exaTiined into the mat- i that the f net', are not as me had suripos- We pubhbh below the decision of Judge MIL- LEU in the case of P.O. Cole Di-.tbe City of Mil- waukee, a part of which is quoted m the Report oi the Committee on the part of the Common Council. The fact seems to bo definitely settled that the taxes of last year were entirely illegal, und that nothing can be done, in the ay of levying or col- lecting laxcs until next 111 IHc District Court of llic United TARKnil 0. COI.E, VS THE CITY OE MILWAUKEE ASD OTHERS. o night, in the Railroad Ord- evening. Sow the Ordinance the su-iaimi of tho Board, this the time for the City to pul aupr as one laige ntiiiibu' of innnag following choice fphit-, compObO Commit tot- h id intimated that his only objr-ct was to v.iJi- tr- hischaractel.and act hin.self right before Ihe public, and would donnas the p.ut upon our pay- in.> costs. In cninplmnci- with advice, ard be- cause a full elucidation of the facts has thoroughly c invmced u-i that the ilalwls I correct, and that Mr. umtmlg shoulder to tlio wheel and urge forward this n. So one doubts that the con- road will bo of immense ailvun- as well an to lhu whole Stall e enterprise has tfone ahead rap idly sly. Within sixty days till' gr.ul- d will bc completed to slin nin" ftdl, we muy confidently hislb of the Locomotive, nnd lo ad ii. successful operation. Tin Htiepoi ted, lum but a wci'k'si reflnction will no t tin so to tbe Coinraillee nnd to We repeal the hope th.it they iptly i-favorably upon the question iivviuir. Lloyd Cnirison, j Oy charge made ayams. unscinpnloun organs of tlie oppoji- I mock ncaily or quite a! liiinllfi s it c Miuldui'u nnilli, thence lo a bam in Ihe of Mr. Horace Lamb's sloie, Ihe store itself, fin llici noith, and next U Ih.: Northern Hotel, a'I which the barn belonging to the I lloiil. were speedily consuro. ..unit.1-store was a liardwaie stole belonging lo Mi.L Olarke. The building wan partly con- .11 saved an Mll.r.rcR J- nit va The Complainant sets foith in his bill that ne i, the owner in fee, of several lots therein Oe- scri'.ed, in the c'ty of Milwaukee, and _pon which taxes wore for the year 3849 to the amount of and he complains that wa, without authoiAy, as tin- C, nimon Council had not power to appoint me 06-.W-OI5 an.l he further complains of vari- ous enoisaid irregularit.es in making such as- cr-s'mr: 't; und in the sales by the Trenaurer-one of winch 's a resolution cf the Counc 1 lo accept the notes ot certain pm chasers at the sale, pay- able 'i on the ledon-.ption of the lois then sold The b'll pravs lhat the certificates of the sale of tho oompln'.v.nt- lot's, n-.iybe aniull.'d forll.eal- n.1'.' oivi, Unit they uri> ac! >ud uuonlns title; albo thai Ihe Treasurer he enjoined and re .tKiincd fiom expiating and delivering duetlr requested ir.y op'i.io.i, I do not consider it pi )per to withhold the following: "'he ActtoincorporatethocHyofMilwaukee.ap- puved, January 31st, 1846, Section 31st, con- fe red upon the common council Ihe power to levy ai d collect annual taxes upon real and personal p.operty. By section 21 of the same act, the c. mmon council have power to appoint and at l! B.r pleasure lo remove certain officers therein n entioned, and such others as may be deemed n icessary to carry out the powers conferred by tl e act upon the corporation. One assessor for e vch ward is among the enumerated officers. By s ction34 il is made the dnty of each assessor to nake out, in tho month of May. annually, a list c' all taxable property in tho Wart for which he v as appointed; and shall return his list or assess- ,ont roll under oath. The said assessment roll bv section 35 to be laid before the council for t action, and by section 36, it is to be comple- ,d bv the Clerk; whereupon Ihe tax so assessed BY TELEGRAPH, Reporled for tlio Sentinel anil Gazelle. St. Louis, May 14, 11 p. ra. Market unchanged in every paiticular. Sales 400 sacks wheat at gt Flour Provisions nothing doing. Corn declined i, declared a lien on real estate, so taxed. Then, ,y sections 37 and 38, the treasurer is directed lo rocued in the collection of Ihe taxes, and Ihe sale ,f such taxed property- It abundantly appeals thai the assessor is ane- -ossary and indispensable officer, in carrying out the general power of tho corporation to levy and collect taxes. The official acts of this officer are quite as essential, in creating the lien upon rea. estate, in Ihe mannei directed by the charter, as the lecoids made by tho cleik of a court. IJv an Act to amend an act entitled "An Act to incorpoiale the Ci.yof apu.oved Feb 4, 1847, Ihiee assessors in each waid are aulhoii-eil lo oo elected; and so much of the iiri- Kmal act, as confeired upon the common council 56a58. Oats 58aO.sacks included. 'Whiskey 24. Hemp SSa90. Buflalo, May p m. our last there hive been sales of bbls, for Wisconsin, for Ohio and Michigan. Market was firm at close at for straight brands. Mole inquiry sales bush.Indiana at aflo.it- bush. Upper Lake alloat on private terms Oorn steady at yesterdays prices. S.iles 1000 bush, at 60c., afloat. Oats in small supplies in good lequest. Sales SOOO bush, at Sic. No change ;n provisions or canal freights. New York, May 14, 7 P. Jr. FLOOR Western and State, steady at a decline from yesterday with moder- ate demand. Sales 1500 bbls foi common lo straight state. for Mich peclul hv everv cl Ihe great amount, of will above all the peipluxins duty of luaiiiiii' the monoy, UP Ie in making tho biiiinots. of the Board arduous and perplexing. Dnrini? the sales in this county, which continued nearly two weekt, not only the days hut the greater part of many nights were devoted by the Board to the bubiness arising from those sales. Should the sales result ns well in other counties, the Com- missioners will give a good acui.mt of their la- Waukesha Dem, LIST 03? ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS. y ISi-enlnSTj tiny 15- do; CL-ULI at i iuvt M'uuuesuiii .'.j r band u-ttvolllnu under tho title of Empire Mimlielu, without ir.> immo Jt tho head Miumgcr, is bula btise iniitiLlluii of the originals. If yu.i wish toseo the Originals, wail for SLITIIR'S 11M- P1UI3 MINSTRELS. R. 0. SLlTER, Munagur EmpiroMinatroIs. SSp- MlriSE BEAR PURSR containing a low was found on Mason stix-ct. The owner c-in by calling at this Ofllco pi-oiing pny.ng ftn-tliis adveiiifie- mjiit. my 15 It ,000 worth of Goods at Auction. tY SAlTlO OF S. flatrl. Win P II islii'll, WauVqrtui; NVm P W.ird, do; R .Moi- deerned to be levivcd by the lepeal peal.ngact" (Rev Stat. 60.) Such also was LlawofthoTeirilory. (Slat of Ifa39, 404.) Since tho 12lh March, 1849, Iheie has been lie expiess affirmalive legislative or conslilutior.al the appointment 01 election of an in the seveial walds of the iU.n 10; Van Do __ New York, 9 Paige, tucnd the passnge of Mr Doughm' Bill for the WAUI-.EUAN place seems to be partaU- ing in the prosperity which seems to be the lot of "all of our Lake ports this epi ing. The Clnon- ,cle gives notice from time to time of the rapid A Planing Machine 1ms j istbecn put m operation, and a new steam mil! will commence flouring shortly. admission of California Third Tho Committee leport as an addition- il seclion to the California nnJ Ten i tonal bill, irovision ueteimming the 1 otindaiies ol hew Mexico and Texas, as fdlowb: The boundaries of Texus slmll be I ie Rio to apoint 20 miles north of Jl.1 1 a-so dft the line shall inn duo Uortl. alonK the one-hunchedlli parallel i f longitude lill it strikes the Ked River, nnd this line ol long- itude shall be the Enbtein boundary of J.ow Mexico This line include-, wilhin New Mexico, the town of Santa Fe and ,i portion of the disputed teriitory, for which the b.ll piopotes lo pay______rr.illions of dollars in stocks, at hall- yearly interest, the principal to be paid at the end of 14 years. It is supposed lhat the sum aoieed npon will be from six to ten millions. committee reported a Section to be added to Mr MASON'S bill, in relation to Fugi- tive Slaves. It That every roaster, before lie go into another S'.nte to recover his slave, shall go before some competent tribunal and eblubmh tlie and of ren Hie Mayor U States Bank in the exercise of its frnn hi- scs winch were threatened to bo invaded un ler an unconstitutional tax law of the State of 0 no, Osbonie and others the Bank of U. S 9 Wl ea- ton T83 (5 Cinil. Rep. 7-11 It providad m "4 Olisn StRev Stat. 417, that "any person 1 av- tbe 'possession and lepral title to land, may m- Biituie .1 s.iit against any other peison settin) np a claim theicio and if tho claimant shall no, be to nubstantinte title to such 1'.nd, defendant shall be decreed to releas. to all claim thereto." A" l vrty that a p an election or appointment, is an officer de fac- to and his acts in relation to third persons .or the public are valid until he is removed; al- thou-h it is conceded that his election or ap- pohtment is illegal. "In the case of public officers, who are such de facto, acting under color of office by an election or appointment not strictly legal, or without having qjalified them- selves by the requisite tests, or b> holding over -fter the period prescribed for a new appointj ment, as in the case of sheriffs, constables, their acts are held valid as respects the rights of third persons who h-ive an interest in them, and as conceins Ihe public, in order to nrevent a failure of justice. (2 Kent Com. 29-1 It would not be necessary or proper ta inquire in- to the time or manner of the election cr ap- ntment of assessors who may be elected or linslon; n-1 i.imiiy-un; llV, N V, II A Smilli AT lii'lj, Vn-liiiiijuiii. 1' Huinei, Slicuui, V .1 Slicbo> I Loan, do: J J (JMSeeli'y, nruukliuld. Vonilii'is, U Mooi XV M Rll ti me ear 1849 tho wholj number of killed on tlio diftei- ent railruajs in New Yoik State was li-t.as fol- lows On the Syracuse A UUca, 12, Auburn vt Kochi'stir, 11, JTew York i T.rie 10, Atlica Buffalo 'J, Auburn Hj-iacuse Caynga A. Siis- 2, Hudson A' Berlalnre 2, Hudson U cr 2, Long Island 1, Northern C, Oswcgo and Syractiai-1, Kcmselaer Saratoga 1, Sjratog' d: Wash ngton S, Tonawanda 2, Tioy y an affirmative act, the Council being ile- Special to the N. Y. Tribune. WASHINGTON, Thursday 9. Mr. CLAY says he legards the demonstrations in tbe Senate yesteiday a-j indicative of an oppo- sition to the Compromise that cannot be overcome For h.mself, he Bays, he has no deaire to lead and will cheerfully follow any man who can offer a plnn for the settlement of the great ques lions now producing so much excitement anc Mr. Mai gum, speaking for himself and. othe moderate Southem Senators, has to-day privately notified tho Southern opponents of the Omnibu bcheme that if they persist in their h and bis friends will lall back upon the Pi esident' plan, offering it as their only alternative, nnd re- iusmg any countenance to future measures of agi- tation in the South. Mr. Sebastian of Ark. openly declares that ho prefers the Piesident's plan to the Compiomise propositions of Mr. Clay. 1 cannot learn that tbe Cabinet bas taken any notice of the surreptitiously published lettei at- to Sir Henry Eulwei. Tbe Eepublic of this morning has a leader di- assailing the Cabinet, which has occasioned consideraole sensation. It is wholly untiue that the President has the loast sympathy with these attacks. No man is mure decided in hiu opinion of their impropriety. Mr. Benton says tbe explosion of the Omnibus Scheme yesterday has saved him a two days' speech. J. 8 F. Nmv BooKS.-We are indebted to Mr. TA-SEII, JTo 9 Michigan slri-et, lor a a capital story by ofthe News Depot, TO No. 188 Ensl Wulerstrael Pussesbion given imuic'dinltly. On I'oiry "U-cct, Wilhcr'H Point, STORE, nttuclied. Kent E. M.SIIOYERfiCO. ClallnriB Slore, 1911'.ost Wutur street. Merchant Tailors. i ItAXI'Illt, FROM NEW YORK CITY, would Inform [heir filomls nnd Ihe public, that they huve just received a choice as- SVKINO AND SIinlMCK for Cent's Apparel, which Ihcy mo boiiuil lo maUe lo order iiflorthii inont nppi-ovi'd and elegance. Nooffiirt will boi-paieil d niUition lliuy huvehUhiJitoMiHlauiou. Genlli'mun wishing to bo sailed sails, icloi ily. had bolter e.ill and leav; Uici.' Orili-rjal No. IS Wiscooali atrout, opuosltP Stage Omci'. ___nij :i liin Muniriiis We cufcusilisl n winls ol1 240 now patterns nml I" Boiiuhl muly and Window Oinluin Illi-mleilOuilaiii ulr Ihe bell lissoilinenl ol laanlnl Hmili koMegPlherwIUi .ills of Trench .mil Ameiicli Pnpei llanglUBB, I-'irobo.lrd tc. aurpMsiiiB, In beauty ol "ijluandclieiipiii Hiol1 of louunthore any ever ouei nil dire 171 JLa.il Water Street, Milwaukee. 1IKNHY FESSj.Tn., Wholraiilu and netall denlnr In jiHteinini-nn, India, nnd nil rorelRn nnd IkiinoBli ..ugu. Also, Paints, Oils, Pnuy.WllnlnwClaBl, Drug Dje Stalftof illhlndB. ng-Ooodsforlho country pi wllhdomiiitch. will! care, nn Hi C 0 M M E R C I A L TIII-: Omdl OK TIIS Slll.TlNBI.AHD ljA7jm K, Mui 111, Tho markets ore without clmngo. wheat nud nour is changing hauih, and Ilio oipoiu of the nonlli proiulao no as to e but n small quiinti ly on hand. Tho Southern und Eastern market! ai.- iabout eonally bulonc.'il, and our dmlershnve a choic.i boforo lliera. Hhe Chicago miiifcet chronick's Ihe siUe ot 11101) biwhelii Milwnnkeo vrinlor wliuM, on board here, at SI (II) Also, 9IIO bbls cxiro Mllwaulico Flour at VflO- Our quoutlnm need no change. Tho litlle produce that comes In ijrendllylnlcMiiit prices I" "llr lust. Toi.tno, Slay li, I330. Tho Markut 11 Onntoilay for grain ninl Hour, and the 100 hW. frr. on hear of s 4-CO from ,-ore per re.nl i-hi'tpi'rllian can hclilul in tins liinrliol. I'ublii-lnng llouei', s. Illiu'll. ad a copy Xll Ibe oaw publications may be debate on the Grinnel' Expedition bill, a Mr JONES'of Tennessee said: md nays on the motion to self." e io f the Sentinel is eviden tly o deny one of the subjects ofthe recent mission to Wa Sot at all." Vfe are only disposed to deny" that we have any other flea in our' ear" than the editor ofthe Wwrnrin. payers, ir. doubt the equity of .his court may be invoked. Taxation is a sacred light, easenli.il IJ the ex- istence of government but there are 1 mitations upon that right, wh.ch'slnmld be respi cted and observed by the taxing authority. Laws au- thorizing taxation should be fairly cons rued, and all the acts of officers, in pursuance then of, should be in compliance therewith. To dive t an indi vidual of his property against his cons nt, every substantial requisite of tho law, innst ie compli- ed with. The people should not be suajected to tbe burden of taxation upon any other principle. As I do not consider an injunction necessary at this time, I shall not. proceed to ex mine the merits of tbe bill, but defer all furthe consider- ation thereof, until the hearing upon 'emurrer, plea, or answer. The Connseiof these parties having t rgued ths point, in regard to the iiutnonty of the City Council to appoint assessors, and of Ih, validity of the assessment by those assessors and bav- jd of such power of appointments, it would je risking too much to affirm that a law may be so construed as to permit the Council to do what the Legislative authority expressly declares they shall not-do. If the legislature had merely repealed the power of appointment, then it uould exist, if any'where, in the people to e'.ect, and not in the Council, a select body, to appoint. But the power to elect was confeired upon the People and afterwards taken away by express public statute, and not restored to the Common Council or any other authority. This- distinction may exist, that when an officer ia authorized by the constitution or lana to be elected or appointed, the Court will not enquire" into the legality ol his appointment or election in a collateial issue; but the Court might in such issue, look into the constitution and laws for the authority forsuch appointment or of on officer of a cor- poration. There can be no legal presumption j 3 loco in favor ofthe acts of a person purporting lo be tliose of an officer of a corporation, not author- the Charter .of such corporation, either to be elected or jgf China services for dinner and tea, are now gilded and painted in New York, in a style al- most equal to those of Sevres._________ pjg- xhe Cincinnati Atlas says that the wheat crop in southern Ohio is in a most promising con- dition. The only fear now is from rust. Lust year the State of Ohio lost seven millions of dol- lars, in twenty-four hours, by rust alone. jy Hon. SAM. HOUSTON, Senator from Texas, was announced as one ofthe Speakers at the Tem- perance Anniversary last -week in New Tort City. i__________________________ Cliolcru. at Luui-YlUe. Louisville, May 11. There was a death yesterday and foul deaths in the same family to-day. The persona were Irish emigrants who arrived here a few days ago nearly starved, and they lived veiy imprudently. These cases are reported by some us cholera. President board of health slates- that Iho cily is very healthy. New York, May 11. A despatch from the Express slates that the Republic and Union come out this morning in favor of n compromise. The Intelligencer is silent. _ Mr. Webster arrived in the city last night and pioceeded to Washington to-day. Louisville, May 7, 1 r. M. Yesterday, Delph, whig, was elected Mayor; Lancaster, City Attoiney, and Ronald, Marshall majority of the Council, wings. The river is rising very rapidly, with abundance of water on the falls for all purposes. Ira SIXTY S-'pli-iidid Building in First isinall poition ol 111'' purchase niiuiej ill Ihf linio of "corin p charged, anil tin- lendenny li upward. ___M ARJNE L1_ST_-_____ oS niilwaukec. Blay 1C, 1 85O. gale, anil the icinaindi 01' I.KANU -Vl'.RVr BONF. Unit :iro cnllinB jnminliiB, ulriiiniiic, sprainiiiK, hfiilBliiB-ur liuning ex- ternaliy in any waj, eltlior ynumelves. or junr llursna id (Jilllr-, will find no bolter remedy llian llrislol'ii Neivoaiul I'onu l.inilinint. Dm two i'i three nppllc i- tionnof Ihisincdienio nm In Mli'Ct n perniii nunl euro, in ir.ost cnacH, npnn iny oi' Un' abiivn-nanu d hurw, us well asinrny otlieni of n sinul.u' nalino. in Milwaukee by II. MFor Sale. SA HOTJSr, ATV1> foi Bali! cheap, in a dcsirablo locution, on Jaclison St, botwoe.ii Mason and Wisconsin StB- Emiuire of the subscriber, a1, the itnlk, mid buggiiM1- Schi.ll.Clny, MiiKliogrii, lumber. do tlo. t'io..li, Slnrgcoil Has, cingo co.lar Smilli Jt McVlckti 11. 7i '.bllmlk, 74 bill. Sleambontllnllle.. I'ncillc, New Uiampiou, Uraiul Haven-Si1! NEW ToaK, May 11, THE CUBAN Sun has private advices from Cuba, which state that a number of vessels of the Cuban expedition have sailed, and without doubt aie at this moment hovering on the coast of Cuba. The men engaged on the ex- neditiou are strong and -well armed Gen. Lopez will command news is pronounced a humbug by most our people.__________ Tlie Claim. Tlie ifournal of Commerce has the following: Washington, May 10. The Galpbin committee are ready to report.- Tliere will be three reports. Disney, of Ohio, and 3 loco members report against the claim froir, be- Sentinol Gazette Office, mylll 3. S. riLLMOKE. aMeotlne oC'tho iloaid ofDlreclors of the '.UlSSIh- sri'Pi HAIL KOAD coari'Aurv, Wow Murch 25lh, ISM, Ihe following resolution was ndopled finulnot, That nn inslalment of Ihe per contumon Ihe Oajjllul Slock, suhecrlbud In tto Milwaukee and Mississippi TUllroad Compuny bu, and thosfiina is heie by levied and usucBsed, piiyable to the Treasurer, oiUhe 3d day of Juno next, and Ihut tho Secrularj give the uotico liercof tho Chiirler. WM. TAIN TOR, St-crelnry pro tcm. Brig A! R.Cobb, Bilttilo-SSOIhbhnoiir. Schr. M.iy Klrby.'Mimlslue, bull 1st. Twill Itlvi'l.i, do. Rocky Mountain, FARM AND VILLAGE PROPERTY FOR SALE. GUAliTOrF'XJhliigloii County, embracing A 5 iviereoiui. demning the transaction less decidedly, ilie Whig members have agreed to report exculpating all concerned. sale. Ladies and gentlemiiuare invlud lo coll at Acom- nitrison willi auy, and all others, is solicited. T'-.oluulu pronounce his UngliBh BoldLockels.Pupioi nnd Turllinh Morrocco Case-, very c templing. Specimens of tlie now uitof be shown vlsilorb -with pleasure, anil n- copy of Power Gree Slave. The Crojon Ddguorrculypc, M uuU'ii by Roolot twoorm.'re pictures ol tho qjiarrled. be had, ll'denlrod, miarrleu. be hud, If desired, In wiieeUoii with this Form, bur- acres of taXSf 'llicMllwiaUe der. over one ml upon I Iho eu Uml afmj river, opon whicli Bwlncer otlhli immeusured "y acomiieKn' ol he lull ol over by an oclof tho Tcrrllo- VBOPEBTV title is said that more than one hundred thou- sand vessels have been seized and confiscated in the different ports of the troubles with England. The above paragraph has been travelling the rounds of the press for two or Ibree -weeks, and it is nearly time that it came to rest. One hun- dred thousand" vessels is rather a large figure for Greek commeice. Appraised value of School in county, Am't said lands sola for Sales above ayjpraisad-value, Principal money paid on land sold Am't of int. received OB balance due, Am' to Jan. 1, 1851. 1 881 40 IU Am't of interest received ou money loaned, TtoTlands remaining unsold were appra A _ ___ t-hp ptceea ot tin 004 45 iroised at about A full TYl'JG, Ac. SUITABLE FOR BOOK PRINTING, to exoc.ulo or.lrr-1 for of tlm WITH DESPATCH, and in a, UAND.SOt.IB STYLE m. nlany olDco in the counlry. KING >t FTOI.JEB. AmferBoiw are hftrety caponed against l V S ;

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