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   Monroe Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1858, Monroe, Wisconsin                               VOLUME VIII, -'ea; WIS, OCT. NUMBER THE MOXUOK ri IAD I'll H 0 B I V t I O'.'o. II. Tunclwr of Ilrnsa nml SHrlni; Own C'nuniy. Wl-consln. A'.'rf'.pi nrrr.iixoil for MIHliiry nti'l Cotillon Iliinilii wllli nny numlicr of In- strnn.i-til-1. IManni. Uiilltirs, 4c., ;ir.il all klml i( Column n-r yv.r, liy rivm-A WIlliM-. ThU olil nmt popular llouat Is thrown opun lo the avCl's to lid ventures, CaiTIC wl" sc.ni-nii.u.M .supply of dry_goods. Metropolis i' 11 1 A Cioiitlrmiui k'voiu tltuTCurii.! IMstricl c in u Katrlmmnlal AU- j much as tell her ventures will. I asked to call upon In'thc fall of '1.857 n "country j her.'' I' cloivt think 1 .ought tq'hav'o am sure it-.was wrong. I to thir.2 Vwo of 'that precious uncle- and- his virtuous niece1 Did faint well V altogether ignorant of'done so; I the ways of the'-city, and by no means wont 'the cheapest' 1 hereto get j get out of "it.- Yes, I' will "Admirably, .I., will wager. sigfetrwell, bltished well, wept faitiU'd She well, H.JUIO.Sign niul Oiiri-higi- I'nlntur; I'npor Ilnncd- uii'l CrriiliiliiK litnl all kltnN fit' OrnnnuMitnl I' ilono to Shop ovvr J. Monhur's Story, I'ul'Uo S.HiuiT, Moni'OU, Wli. -10 tfl. Am- '.'oniK'ctcil with thu nintse, n> anil from cnvs frc-o of ClnlJO j Having made his pus-chases, and .beiiig num'i sl.o "lit, wl'.l.o'.l f tl will in.HI n l.o n mil Ill- r BUSIXKSS" DIHKCTOUY. .J. A. WI.KtSSSJKKj AMiattc.is Monroe, Win. Tlily :il from nml fnrnMti'il um-v iu nil lt lfinnfiiotnr-r< nml tnllci ofllu- of S. AnulM. 1'i-k-o deliver T Muy lOll. IS i. Kiln, UK-tJ. Kiln lliriM tin- It In tho rl JI- JS.VKXt .V SVKHS. In Ynnheu N'otlonn, iiiiinnf.n-tni-'.-tl f'ir the mill! I'nrtlen tneiila to rni nl: li'Mii'4 of tliL- -orvud  "P default miteivd in part, of i-.'l'O' sllrh exp'nw know lomestio so pleasantly, indeed, that Jenkins, with the golden .aintaucc without .thinking precisely what he that.. Yon know ittlo of the srickcd mortgages at tho time of the passage of said Ghap. 113... The argument in suppor.t. of this first, that the Court of Chancery is "Well; there is a great, many things "bolishcd, and. that proctedjigs to rlone in New York which don't square J foreclose a mortgage is by gton generously proposes to remit the entire interest doe. Great efforts aro beinn made to secure thS ,r siicji time, any law to the con- 'before that time, and 'notwithstanding.'' It seems very clear that this law refers t eqiil- j ty i'orelosures aiid sales and there be- j ing no other "foreclosures ami j dtme can there be any doubt as to u hat see- lion 1. aforesaid, refers to? suios been raised in most.of Southern, Kastorn, Middle whiic. as yet, the West has proposed is. by individual lion 1. aforesaid, rotors to? it prop- contributions, and erly refers to Chapter 8-i of tho lie- i pays it a member tff Stlul> its con- i Association a'n additional dollar, on or before the 22d cf February of any year, gives the so paying a vote at tho annual meeting ofxhst vised Statutes. the its con- Withoiit vague and-uncertain. If we.so interpret law that it jain, otliers iK-i.i I api'lv. Mone'v is no oh- I to lake his i-7. I, remarking that he jeet thu advertiser having alucralii-e business." The merchant was assured by the broker that she has just such a person upon her list at that moment; an I that if he would call at 5 o'clock that iiflernooti, lie should see her. The adventurous Jenkins, being of a somewhat suspicious disposition, fcar- siiould I'ouiain iii town but three days loiig-r, and asked if he might call again. lie now observed that his new friend appeared much embarrassed. She did not answer directly and Jenkins walk- ed- to the door. 'iShe followed with hesitating steps, but finally seining him by the hand, and drawing ed foul pl'iy and, when the appointed j back, stammering: rather than spoke, hour arrived, wenl'to the matrimonial I as follows office wilh a six hhooler, wi-ll loiided, in his poc-Ket, more I'han half expect- again. .It will ing to defend hhnsell against robbers have you do so and assasbins. Bill the enemy he encountered wan not of this kind, lie was introduced lo a yoii'ig woman with black eyes and hair, pearly teeth, delicate hands, Ic if you shall call live mo pleasure to that Yon will ex- cuse I .know you are gener- ous and can appiv'iii'atc my position" profound sigh, and Delia, stag- to the piano, placed her head but' Von know ways of ibis wicked city. The 'house you'have just Id t is u trap, .and but for your precaution in concealing your name and hotel, you would have been caught.. You would have been, as it probably, had I not found this out; fol' ihey would havd'searchcd every ho- action at i "PP'y to all actions fur tho Core- particular vear. closure mortgage the wuo ofj ftnj f us here trolled by the Code, and.in no way dc- i the cli.irtcr. luve been ".-.d.'pted, by 'r t-I tiia businos-s of tho Association tel in the city, but they would find you entirely governed and con- i.ni .ip. Bv-l.iws under upon any ortion 84 of tho Revised Statutes. This opinion is indulged m freely by the profession it is perhaps more the result of will than While a Counsellor may, iu his zeal, with propriety be excused for coustru- the law to meet his or his client's interest, Courts 'must be careful to r safety is in (light. iruii mast interpret the law according to its retreat in- the morning, or my 'woul sPint ;llld meaning, as intended by the for it, von will be sued for a breach 5 thus justice will be meted promise or marruige. less than three-days. Thaiscciicioas allumuiyed. out ;ers tlius justice ;o all alike. Judicially we are bound to suppose They will make out a case against you. CllflP- 13 lllc is Iu the first place there is the inrurjmo- lor some legitimate purpos uial odiee; the keeper will swear to j we can Dy any o! the establish- the acqiiainlance. It was formed avow- ccl rllles ot interpretation and construe- fine form, and intelligent and rather in her hand.-? and wept.J there is the of tuo object of its enactment, it be our duty, as well as pleasure, said Jenkins, "I trust I j the people von have onlv U> show me1 Tin. of Timl niiik'." tlie I'1.' r-M- iiv.- iip-in now iiiv K'urt.-iiK Ilie liin.liiii'.l il'.' III': il-lh, .iitill l" tl cf liiinnin r handsome face. Her dress was propriate and her manner inodosl. can appreciate what you wish t.) say Bo it known that ihe adventurous and if 1 caii be 'of service to you Jenkins had anticipated nothing of the t sort. Ile had supposed that if tho landlady introduced him at all, which he considered doubtful, it would be to I some frightful 'hag, who would drive llio acqi edly. in your :writiiig in which'will show the animus. In the second place, the repented calls. They can prove two and insinuate more. The matrimonial agent will not remember, the dale of your onlry ou her i will not rome'inbor the date .jii determine, the meanini' of the lav nature of. equity then in !io law it- self we are clearly given to undersUmd that tho legislature intended thereby lo change ihe law r.s it existed the time of the pas.-ago of the law of 1S5S. and '.hat Ihey thereby intended to re- i licvo tho jio ijile. of tins State from tho unjust opjjre.-sion which had yro is to be mam.jicd by a Council, com- posed of a presiding officer, or Regent, j and Vice Regents. VoK-cled. one from each State in the The Assiifiacioii is, bound, by its charier, to keep the Mt. out of un uugardod change of Chapter Vernon estate, thus S-l of Ilia Kcviscd Sta.t-utos. bv the sacred to tho object fur whith it has adoption of tho Code. I am'therefore i been secured. of opinion that the legislature Here, then, is the scheme Mt. Vcr- iiitendod Ly tho act of 1838, lo change noil is to become a National Properly, the law as it th n. existed ou that sub- not through purchase Ly Congress to jeet. aud the reference in See. 1 of that be. peradventure, ''a bo'ne of csnten- law to a particular portifin of Chap. SI in llio cxicer.eics of our uncer- the Revised Statutes is substantial- tain as ,a gift from the ly correct. n State honored by the birth Jivcry. case of foreclosure and sale ashes of tho Hero of tlie Uevolu- furnishes proof.conclusive that that por- bv voluntary contributions, lion of Chap. 81 of ihe J'evisod in this and all -oilier like cases, to ad-'i entitled of Uie ix.wers and minister the law. as we find it, with all the force and -effect' -intended bv ilie any way. how.-' She restrained 'her cceded 'cars and pro- will be frank with you, oil'. f.rl" 1 Th it C in tii tlii truth ut UK- iiitn. I'll, ti'tr parcli'ii'.Tit Mil, ;..i Ut fi-niii him f..f in.- timo, iui'1 more him from the IIOUM was, iheretoVv1, a ud deal llei and will try to tiii i u.lx'ity i-'iiii -'-i'l clic-.'l; of [i ile -'t i: v.itl'in i-'- I, As i.i-'.'r nlil irk-i rii-; 'In-Ill'.-- -ire -Lull Ilie nil Onjnt.-i-r.if'. I Ali'l niiin fellow on I'ollllliUII "AN. aback, and though a man oi siifiicicut much embarrassed. Ile rallied, however, and was soon chatting with ihe fair stranger as with an old acquaintance. Her wit and in- telligence Mil-prised ai'.d pleased him. tell will you forgive- me if it is Tli'.' ttivl Altorm-yi i roe. Win-'. Attorn-y-i BiltS" r 'l'1-.l Aii'lijri I-" A--, il-.ul wi' for. Of Ai-1 I I'y nllfl.l, n liuiiuin He had iif> more idea of tliau Brighain Yo'iiug has of living sin- gle, and began to wish, from the bot- tom of his heart that he was out of. tho all'air. The twain talked on until Jenkins j became aware that ho was expected lo you broach the main how to "Yes." do it was a problem. Jio resolved, ''Well, then "Certainly it cannot be Jenkins answered, cousiclerabnly excit- ed by the unexpected scene. ''Tell frankly I assure you it will give me pleasure to serve you.1' dear! [another, fit of is ''What is it, said Jenkins; for the time calling her by her Christian name. w-ill be as frank as I am, will of yo'ir first visit. Tlicy will say it miyht'httve been four weeks that you were ill the habit of calling, -.hey cannot swear positively. 'In Ihe there were three cye-wil- nefsus of the fainting sjeue, besides the girl herS'.'lf; and 1 have'no doubt the yoii'ng'niiin is a boiia fcle. witness, in- vited thcrej without knowledge of the conspiracy. Could a lawyer ask a i hette makers. When two nets aro inconsistent with each other, the first must.yield to the .last, the last must be obeyed and Uie first must give way.' Every act of-tho Legislature, must bo considered with reference- to the state of the law snbsistii'i" at the time courts iu chancery on bills for the foreclosure and satisfaction of' except as to name and form and the .changes first mcntior.id was at the timo of e .acting the law of Str.t- through an" Association of earnest- pro- j hearted, devoted women. is substuiitiallv .in I force. Almost two sonc-ralions hivc passed, unparalleled' growth in wealth and power, since the First President cf i.iir Ut'publie rested from his labors and was laid, amid a nation's grief, in that humble grave on the banks of the j urave vet, lo this day. un- Bnt for the sake ot arriving at a 1 hv "national mausoleum or proper rule of construction and inter- j c.lrc pretation of this law, we will !or illus i e [ration admit that Chap. 84 had been i Aliu V'c -'have undertaken to wipe out in- uratitudo and neglect of ihc past, by purpose .m: docav, that thev may better declarin- the law; and tlie euce ,u See. S4-, ,s ot .isoil a total taibj boautify, and keep forev- it came into operation. .Kvcry'ac't is made, oither for t.hc purpose of male- I entirely Mipereedod by Chap. 120 of in-a uhai-ige, or for iho purpose the laws of 1850, and that the refer- cs tfi paper; four cases, rather thau fer iW-uspt-iise, tile parties scttic-..1. One m'an gave a another 500, another and another which. 1 have sio doubt, was whether voti come divided up between the yirl, the uncle, I'.M- I me in' i-.ii th'i r-or.tiltttle i. un rliull ui.'lslwr lii'iinl nor work, n-i.rlile Mi'l T" Mill 10 BOO'l An.l l.ilf'.-liol'l III I'M', UK flilin editor s. l'ctitl-t. I' to ..-r.ue in i-very l.r.li.oli hi- I'V'fi-'- Olliri; III Iliinic u'' lit Iii oniicVllu'-l'Mr .ma vi.-iniiy. rtllil-ncv. 11 fi-w ri'il- -'.inh of Hi" 1'nl.li.- N. iitt-'iition v.-ill la- to A of the Medina Tribune, writes from Chauiaucp.ie county New York, as fol- lows Tha'Id.'lH Sheldon, of lialldolph, (.'iit'arau-.'ii.-i t-i-'.inty, was regnnlc-.l r..s i.nc i.filii! most and p.'rousbnMtH's-, men in Western New sympathy. York. 11' had property tho amount of some aii'l field a high however, to tell her frankly that ho was there merely from j lie opened in ibis way i tbo broker) I keeps n. matrimonial otlic.e, it seems. It is a novel idea, and her advertise-. i ment.madt; me very curious." The unknown beauty blushed charmingly. The glow which over- spread her cheeks, was indeed, "a hit." Jiut it lasted only a moment. Bui. ho for ni. I'liyilci.i Idcnce, tli1-' S. I'.irfi.- iotiK Ijo nlli-iulcil wiili friii'liite ii-IJii-ti your IHtlf .1031 I Vhyfii-ln.'i nnd r In Sliilioliery, tioii auioii'.' romnu'ivial im-n. wa-: smitten with spiritualism, and several year.-, has devoted his time, his taleiit-t his and his pur.-.e. to Ilarmouial PhMosofhy. During! She re- plied, "Yes; I see no harm in it. I would not have my uncle know 1 am here for anything iu the world he could never understand it. i have of acquaintances, but l.tl.le .......I......y. I am well aware what the conventionalities of the world require; 1 am also aware that .a woman's pincss is often1 sacrificed to thorn. 1 have resolved to this extent U) break through them, and never marry until "Love, replied tho "half d and philosophic Jenkins, mill llom, nt the llofk St' Wisconsin. I'o.-tt Ulli'.-'.1 liniMinx. l'i I feel iu length, and de- pen.rn.Keularly into the earth "5 f.-i-t. It is now full to the brim wi and of coin-so is not iuter- ..st'ii" Dnriii" tho-cxeavatory labors, Mr. Sheldon received from the "spirit one certain interesting documents j wroiii; or immodest iu doing so; and thinking that 1 might meet with what has thus fur in life been denied the sympathy and friendship of some one who understands me." And I caiiHi vigorously rc- I'roilbcv Uonniii'-i-in JtenoniiMiee Wnn- liointl. opl'o.lli' .Mil. mi.) U. I1.. IK'P'H. ntorril. CiKh pill'l l.i'.-i-niliulvmi-  be col- j of i albivs.dd. 'by applying to tho Clerk in such Statute, and sometimes from olh- er circumstances: and when oven such :overc vYiealioii. and making proof of the scr- cice, and that no answer had.been .serv- ed and in the cities in this Suite, by i the iMlli liulo of Court j mortgaged .ii'iises might bo sol.I upon a notice in all the promineia hotels, and find- premises ni.gtic DC sou, upon a noi.cc ing such name on the renters, con- published' tln-eo. weeks and-in case not eluded that Mr. Jenkins a myth, wilhirt a city, six weeks, or a- shorter consigning the individual who 'bore er.time ii the Court shomd s-.. direct: iigni tho name, to curses and-.history. I'roin Ihc Kaclnc Ailvocalc c "Stay JLiivr." thus accomplishing.in from seven to I leu weeks, under flic law and theprae-.l i tiee in force wlien Chap.'113 was'cuact- I od, all that could have been accom- plished under and by the practice, racy eann A ease of considerable ;tt the time the Code was adopt- involvi Law: cred.to the freedom, not of America only, but of the world, must yet be" over dearest to tho American for Washington teas our oic-n Men aud women of Wisconsin Yo whose homes aro on tho broad prairies, aiid beside tho beautiful lakes, tiiidor llio shade of that Troo of Lib- intention can bo discovered, it. ought i erty whose roots were r.ouribhcd by to bo followed with reason discro- tlie blood of tho U-jvoliuion, wo call tiou iirlhc conslructionof the Statute, i each father and rnoth- construction scums con- er of tho tliimsands who teach your tarry to tie letter of the Statute and i little ones to lisp with reverence the a ihing which is within the letter of i name of Washington, a-id to under- tlio Suitute is not -wit'iin tho Statute stand the meaning ot our '-Great Jo- unless it bo within the intention of the i surely no one of you will ad.of DO, 15 J. fail to give your name and contribu- 11 J55S.S.80 SS'I. i liosi to Uie noble record upon which 'iTis'-iTsoWcli said lliat lejial nccu- your children may go and look with lot bo attained by av.y" abstract1 pride in after years. Ar.d ye sons rules. A thorouah knowledge ufjudi-'and daiightors of .freedom men arc mate acquaintance living at the hotel but if so; it pass- j where lie stopped and as_ ho rushed out of ihc house- in a. condition border- ing ou frenzy, ho encountered this iden- tical friend. It was a even- John Ciiwk'y, iiKuin.-il Moll 1'ius Smull unil others. J This is to Ion for Juilginonl, f'urcelosc.a m.n-t- the 1S5S is jiroof rcterenre was anj ju. act the dulendants are entitled made, aud that by said; Good we war.', your to six the p-nriotic word, the generous has-.d; The complaint, was served on I! IH. I'l k i.full MmNi  .11IUC lo do so, "I'm told Unit :t iH'.irro's kiss will cure I loothaelio, and 1 want you -1 did irv the barber said in re'laliiu tin: story, "I kissed her lips two, tree times.'aud deli she KO away I I vnnv mid in. come back and say whcdder 1 nh 1 like more of beg the honor of call- me, replied the enchant- ing damsel: ''tell mo if you can re- spect me just as much as though you Usne nil XlinU ol iimtrnhle pr ly In Ihe upon llii; moil LfDI.OW, 1I1NUIIAM A W., Ais'i i-iir.; her. I do .same kind oi patients had met me at Saratoga or Newport, aud sought an introduction. As ho did so, ho :vory deliberately ..alked up the steps aiid'.cxamined the number, move carefully than Mr. 1'ar- rell did !31 Bond sueot on Unit meniur- ........_...... ial occasion', sat down.to lie j that report and for an order for returning to the walk i judgment, as ho miaht; do uuuer tho eiiact- the 10th day of Sept., Ia53. Up to the timo of making this mo- tion no answer had boon -served. At the expiration 'of' twenty days after tho service of u copy of tliis complaint, the plaintiff 'deeming thu.defe-ndants in default entered an order, refering' Uie matter to a referee lo compute tho amount due-on the note and mortgage, and ho now moves for a confirmation lent that tho people called for: son'for the remedy which would piv- sent a common- for rioniit Vcruon. part in ibis glorious work. Mrs. E. O.'SAMPiJUX IIOYf; ii. Coniil niilySnrveyor.l  handle such u pic ''Jiasy enouirh'' was llio reply, "w..-' make tho crust "in :i'-..eel1, arrow, wheel it under an apple tree and then shake tho apples down into it. miin advertises for a "uom- person to undertake the sale of ni-w and adds that "it will I...- profitable underIri-er. jewel we prize, was the gallant reply of the gallant Jenkins." "If by that you mean to answer me in the was the reply, shall be happ'y to i.ave you call on mo s.iid to Jenkins: "What the devil has here brought von don't know I or being a cursed fool was the excited rcph'. The Lawyer took Jenkins' arm, and demanded a confidential commu- law-and practice prior to ''merit of Chapter '118 of the General Laws for 185S. It is insisted on the part of the plaintiff that the.defendant must servo the answer or 'demurrer within -tweu- Ibe reine all that icm L-dv necessary for relief; aud i Ass- icmaiiistheu is, that wo should ,Va- enlarged to-morrow evening at my uncle's, a.U nicatioii. He, with sumo hesitation, .looking, like Jenkins went away Furdinand, a iiiovctl hort, A-i If he wuru (llsiniiyefl." His soliloquy was something alter this fashion: "I was u fool for goin-? -there! the girl is honest, aud has taken a fancy to me, she will be disappointed. Hhe seems honest mid modest, though It I "ave a history of the ;casc from first to last'. 'You-gnvo a iioticious name- and- inqnirod the lawyer'eager- ly Jenkins had.finished. "Yes." "And did you te.ll the ress where you were.sto.] "No. I told her 1 wii the .Mf.-tropoliian." the answer or ciemurrur wnmu fMi what it .1 ty days after ihe service of a copy oj j Act the complaint, as provided ty feco. of- an of Chap. 120 of-tlie Genetal Saieol-Land i'oreclc 185C; and no answer .or demurrer I This socms to ineludo.nW cases.-- having been served, he claims ttr.it lie j fol.eclosul.0 mortgages, and for the is entitled to inlifjs undo r such: foreclosures. sociatioii then formed l'1L> a  4. Washington.and thv As-'j your business. I   

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