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Wisconsin Enquirer (Newspaper) - February 20, 1841, Madison, Wisconsin tr 16 memorial of thut M will him 10 mil won for WM to A W incorporate And In promote medical A to Samuel H Farm worth ia tmi maintain the A to of Jidda of of woo and A bin to part of of to the lawn of And ft to town of Witter town Md to tha town of Union The Council then went into executive j after which the to revivi tho of town nnd county government being dny win up ol tho Mr Button in ir After going through with Um with tiul low rose reported prog DM and to nil than till 3 o'clock r N 3 The in com- ilia wholo on kilt be- ginning with eighth After gone I ho anil Kio while ihn b II wus for meut Mr Collins d UN which in out after I tin firm which he lo lo insert Um of in b mil thu Illicit BY 13 until bni COUNCIL Pi ID AT Feb 19 by HeV Mr Mr a of in Mr Mr ru I s nf rnn uti I'm t on in fur ill i in of i was rond anil The 111 Friday morn ing ul ill Ot- W BON US CIA V 10 Mr M from bick l 10 lull I ui bnh an tut J n woro I ID ul NU nn tirl Mr honi mi un itiu a to ihn conn ly lorn of nicy lo at ol Ur bun unwell Mr tho sumo lo ilm jn i and uUo o Ui from tho further of tion on ifin Mr frinn a to ihu ul IVn 1 Mr ilio -on Oi n hi ttM t fur tlm of nulls with minify n and ic it which wnn j Tim tenure of OIK mail lie third Mr inin lo il uct lo 4th mid Oih of act BrunMA Buy mid 1 4 of relative to county reads and laid Tho then in of he whole on county Mil Mr hi ilia choir Mr renewed hia of Wed net duy and Withdrew r agreeably fo of the petition presented by him morning to by the name of In list of In Ihn first section of the and By It out in the third BO thai the law mny effect in thai county on the drat of April next which was adapted Mr moved to strike out in first section find it in third which was opposed by Mr and Mr Upham v Mr hoped the gentleman Mr would his motion so that ha couM offer ono to out all of tho firs i lion and insert an addition to the third section 10 that tho electors tf each nf counties may whether the law hn 1 1 be adopted in their counties or not Mr JANES withdrew his motion and the question put on Mr amend in tho affirmative A was from the of stilting that the Houne Iu ilm report of iho the volo I wo on the lo provide fcr thu nf the espouses of the legislative Milli mi 1 1 The folio in cum ami to tio cu l ul Hill in million to Ito H to v Bll la Gri'oll to pr Hill to tht tovrn oOV lo m n I In corn tn WM bild rhu i huil Ihu Kox hut tin thu to the mi ID lull fee the li to nf 13 Hio till of I mid Thai ilm ul in on to W mi Mr hu ol this limn lho I Ion i to i of ihu Iu Luc for aet of i tha ropy nf ihu y On cf Mr Shepherd Thot nomad Friday WW tha r it w ill 10 Beit at 10 o'clock A On of Mr Hurt had for 10 democratic the balding cd of of the to 10 Ibr to Mr Mr A RNOLD proposed ID thu just adopted last nud then tho committee tone tun reported ihu with amend if which lusl made hy Mr mm up separately and u- dt Maxwell Collins il All thi wero agreed io wero mudo to the hilt then on of Mi it win on tho Mr MARTIN then tho in Ihu chapter by striking in line the words und insuring in thereof lho words which ahull by vulo io favor of tho adoption of this Tin motion was to Mr than to amend In to the third us follows nisi stii 1 not receive morn lhan a eems of the salo cf nny lot or tract of limd fur Tlm was nUo to Mr to amend ther bj striking out tho seventh in I p iri and h chapter which rends us 7 It shall bo the duly of tho ami of cuch at two beforo lho lay of the annual town to out and poet up at ilie placed vf holding and meeting a list of the legal of town together with ti bis in session at such place nl sotno hour on lho dny of election previous lo ilie opening of said meeting for lho list of voters ami it also bo duly of such hoard to a liku list and two weeks previous lo lho bnr nnd thai when HO bu known by Pull List of such election and shull bu preserved on file in clerk's Which motion la flw at the that aU Mry roomt tor the t MARTIN And the question Shall the question be note It wus mined in tlm 4 noes 9 So it that he main tion at ill not now put Mr UPHAM thru moved to omond ther by iho of purl I 10 which rends us treasurer shall bf mi uf roal estate to four centum on lho of taxes for ia exposed to idle and fur each of stile this art am la to ted in i fur which any tract of land or Kit or thereof shall be fold An I Mr MARTIN a ol der lho of the tor the bili from llw for the dny nud that motion be Tho decided the malign to be in From Mr Martin ap ponied And the question being thm put SAott of at Ike judgment of the It waa in ilm normative Arndt Janoa Learned Rountraa ham and Territory and for be there W then moved to by Striking the word and in place there worda Mineral Point Fending the the oil until 3 o'clock P M 3 o'clock r M The Council up the unfinish ad of lho being iho con of relative to thu of And the question being to be on the of to the bf Mr The same raw decided w 0 noes 0 Mr roae to enter his protest tha to the reso Iri behalf of tna or his district nnd in behalf of the county of Grant He did not believe that ihs of those counties wanted the seat of government changed nnd he thought that were it set changed groat Injury Would be dine to tha interests of the Mr said Iio waa very obliged to the for the interest he in the of His Mr but hi bogged he knew their views Kir enough let say ho hud been instructed by them to vote for the of thu Capitol to any point which should be agreed upon After some further nud a motion to lay the on the table Mr MARTIN said that the question orU was on the Resolution to fix ihu fur tins adjournment of the present session It had nothing to da with lho seat of gov eminent or the of the Capitol Ho in to pass the lion which he considered entirely out of place ho was Tlie question WUM put on ordering the to a third and dod in the On motion of Mr Collins throe fourths concurring Ordered That so of the twenty seventh rule as prohibits bills from being road a second and third time on the same dny ba suspended with reference to the resolution before the Council in order that may bo road tho thirl time now resolution was thereupon read the third the title n ns agreed to The prescribing iho tenure of office of certain county and other was read the first and limes The to lay out and establish roads waa then taken up and ered in committee of the wholo On motion of Mr Martin tho words Neenah when they occur in the 7th wure stricken out Arndt moved further UP amend the 7th section some discussion wua thu committee rose and re- ported tho with amendments The amendments wera concurred in Mr Arnold then moved to by in- serting after tho words Fox River in section the Green Bay The was agreed to and the waa then ordered ton reading On motion of Mr Arnold throe fourths concurring That so much of the rule as prohibits bills from being read n second and third timos on the sumo hiy be sus with reference to tho just lo a third in order that the same may be read the third lime now was the third the lo from tho H to this Mr of whom tI have Ran id bad lek Kfj he hod my him and received I hare other on I can that the law iti 1836 all the are now by the fay Mr he Col W S that he the ginal draft of this bank and that he wrote this hod the Statutes of of him and that the Legislature had no ol any other statute imd they must have referred to in passing this statute Mr is reel Col did not charter of the Bank of Point but it Uy officer of is ready to lei fust if it wia necessary Mr the from Rock mean to be understood that Col Hamilton did not mu thut he thia Mr to be under- stood as the in- correct and falae Tho section under which we havo power to pass thia and bring this bank under iis control was its progress through House of by a person now a af this Mr the from Brown if hft uny concerning tho of this section to the charier Mr EULIS as lia had becti ftd to by the gentleman from Mr for as to the history of this and as an attempt hud besn mailo to show the friends of the charter had this sees tion he would briefly state he the honor to be a of the House of Representatives of the Belmont Assembly at which this with two other bank char ters granted The of Mineral Puint as well ns those of tho Miners Bunk of Dul lho Milwaukee wero nil in nti essential particular on his motions Thu amendments to the two last mentioned were made tiie House on final passage but that to in committee of the whole atul a ence to the original hill engrossment ho presumed would show the amendment tacked to the bili to bo in his i adjourned Statute j of New York Tha from when he drew up that of the muat have ia mind law as it waa supposed then to exist He lave bad no refers ndr tlie tiff re- any which the of New might pan of tho Territory had at that the Revised Statutes of New York of 1829 end 1836 They knew of oilier subsequent on the subject and they could known of other book and are now ira end nil ha wished waa to pass u law to He would tlie of Mineral its charter and if it hail it as gentlemen had ht repeal thai charter at once But hn Imd iio proof that it had ted But if it would say A which might bu drawn 13 provisions ot the a of New Torh should it mi appear ply each a la a fie ho believed it to bo the best of only two thill be adopted of nr riving nt any of the affairs of tlie outsit He whole of tho would be bv thu pay of tho salaries of and could tint ba Applied lo re- of ita bills I Ut Ho tho j 11194 Thu edict Imd tonh and tho must thin House thu lenders df the party havo given tho word and their followers must oVy Tho must pass li strongly of which took place ia his native State a fow y mrs when speculation in sheep was iho rage A Farmer had very able flock upon which lui It happened one clay curuo up house and the Bull took it into his head to lako a leap lho garden which a sione wall Ho so and whole lowed anil wero oil found or in a h to bu there Flu Imped thai would not the fate of tli is Mr of tlie gentleman Mr if he hud Mr did nut but Iio ur uny which a y us near as it could be of law Mr liati In of ilie if the lo men clian one 9 full ID i 11 not uf the bank ai it is to thu bw nf New Atr in odt fin in Yuri ll u ways noted Mr he waa si the gen from that tho uct ilia bank of Mineral Point cou'd to any oilier lhan lie one known to bo iri force at the linio ot its II refer lo a w lather it wna to he or not TJi ao nicely ih t it difficult lo by which il Ii WM re in Turk whan i lie Lo ke of which opposite ilm there no the luchr ngt it From it will M u to party ii lo two ih bank who a livo out of tha pub lie and be of bank who wo in and employees The ii looked upon favorably by til of There bo but n w we tmd all ionic uf binding ia lie ro continue and the nit of the us to this bank It tlie bu hn inform thai of democracy would not slop lo hia strength on a Mr ihr Thu question oo tha lion of Mr and U wm io the n On motion of Mr That Wd OB On motion No- HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FRIDAY February 12 1841 Prayer by the Rev Mr Philo Mr presented iho reply of fred Branson tu T Ln tho seal from CM furd which Wiis road and referred lo on motion of Mr Ray Resolved that after Monday new shall be to be acted upon by this except petitions counts reports of committees upon subjects which may previously to that timo red to l hero and tha M r was passage of tho resolution had to introduce a in rotation ft tire of to Congress and Ire wailed to receive the latest ho could obtain on thn subject There was now information in town the present delegate resign after tho fourth of March nest if there should bo a of Congress wa should ba without because there was no to provide f iV an election in such a case before the fourth Monday of ber Mr of the committee on the bank of a report might Hb opinion on charters of this kind were and had always huen the sime but those were tho duys cf otink and paper money no hope of the passage tha bili Ms only course to endeavor lit it from seme of its most and having a high opinion oJ tho New York safety fund system suction in question and happily places this bank within tha reach of Legislation was hastily drawn up moved and adopted Mr E further said that in the 10 or not 11 -i i the forth he bi must section he had his eye to the law as u then IIo so h to tU existed which was understood lo be ul such u nature as gave the Legislature through tlie Bank Commissioners a complete of the of tho Bank Drunson brought tho engrossed to incorporate the Bunk of Mineral Point into Ihu House and it 10 the last tho in Mr E's hand writing us ha asserted ing examined it Mr wished to his tion in to question Ho not riso as the uf bunk but to koop it strictly iis terad he wished to confine it ly to its legitimate business and would subject it to a rigid examination There wero two provided in the of bank by which examinations bo had certain to bonk either to a thereof Tbe bf in which ad Tu allow lho to to hut if llw liiN banks will Iio and r Vie will be Mr Iio tha i radii uf ho lo him n ihm if iho violated ita it t be wound up lnu do Lc liod thu p t lie auch i ilie by it en m of ilio hunk The ea: nn no greater tlinn tlie 1 rid tlie d refused to an to -e Ha yet no the York ot hill The 11 trio il r Dewcy i Mills dun iny mil nd Tho i ilmn on Ilm ns and it lost R iri Darling Mills lee mid Bond Urn Kith tirny and ilio in A3 That nil bv may ba oil in this and pt tg act bu by ilia con liy thu boint ind the imd iu to billa io amount by he chutler of sail no maro 1 thaull bills or notes by uny such instituti n for at limes be it coun tor bank for without reference t of in noty Tbm lion i f the charter of eny in this Territory n in c previn herein thai Hi I thv nnd IB i to close up sjch ig to ol this net Mr BROWN 13 m the amendment by inser'inj in ilio may In- j wan Mr KI.I.IJI loll HP which Mr Amend uf ilie by in: lie word in win -I ii tu ubic hy inJ by Ir being for Tho Bun 1 nn E T Riy mj Drown Grar and lo Darting Dem s Itv Ion ing with kw the of Mr JAMBS from o mwn A with a No 0 ot the of A Bird j which fiM second tuna Mr ARNDT up the resolution ta provide lor tho tod of lo which Mr replied hut irr the report of the af Knapp bad them to and they tod re chiliad from which a foil of the in: bail Of Point lion of tha fund York Examinations by committee of tho we have seen are entirely useless inasmuch as a sei utilizing tuition cannot bo made by them Dewy one in of New York of has j p jjj not produced it 7 The lain on j the lable for two far tin 1 pose of law we of it add ho lho 3 would ihn bank uf Vt r iti iis to ilio Mr The that or its thu i ol the to which or i ot as thuv for yo and no invi so unii nip id uf it by luri The i e ia and ifie bank liur ite the will law Now he K from the position tu liaj in to the of to 10 lu in ai it M dn M in iu c ng i in tin vM ilmi we tho biluk nnd c use it up him hi n punitive nro Driven iu but the and ul would nut bu it had given pencil i i i i officer deemed an J on a of the charter of ilio hank By j lhua h the provisions of charter tins about charter of the bank are only required lo muke a of tlie bank is not repealed lost nor lint particular and specific beyond are Tm States have t i lo mm have which of the ura iny ir uf hc not go j bunks allowing it to be done Let the On the then of a from prove have not tho power was iti of adoption to jiasa ii before lie the of York as tlle w 11 The h Mr i Mr i iio of il do ln f duly oi iliou Mi- lur the if lho inn tp t- waw al t n rcn for nui ns much ito UUH Ion ujit ivr in Mr ibm tnu ami i ml Mr tw r to Tin fallowing were tho time nml l ID in i Count of B il of li II la Comni ol di in relation provided in ihn charter of the Bank over absurd it appear By tho a p pointment of by that system there would bs appointed by the Legislature and it lw in power to muke a thorough and scrutinizing Hu could make public the that examination pad thereby the e fact ion of the fairs of the Bank oauld be known He was in appoint ing commit to examine to the pm fcr in tko us if thoic mea sures wold be Bat he did not Tba Legislature given righto and cannot Aow rights r h fay may would dare not resist Tut opponents of ths arc willing o en fur measure to bring the b tik under is in every u can bo now urged ii thi of anj he before heard be an was tn be tile taw M lho lime ot of the not fur the law then in Uroe The uf kind of reasoning will be Ken by in iking a laat Hnc for firing fur and the law to lay the fills at nnd ery body io Territory learn that a change had taken place in law a nnn be of aod when the to pronounce the ca laying llw fine ul Mff the might luri aad 1171 the judge iba law u be toad it thai tie be hot col ha nw think it to fot dun mare than le tu be and h o wrong If it waa matt cm feM tnet did am to party it the into ine cW not of die it waa nut MM fad of it When did Tim in commit Tlm Iu iho f of Mr m i hill which tl hat thu not be an 10 r i I it the davit Mr cd tl e w uf t in- iu the writ ii and he M il it T j Jie ill writ drs for uf dfT Uvil and parry agamy liio injur uf I he of the writ mm but be alw be to the and under u tha by an hive tu Mr u m to Mr a n a be maintained a debt In's rotate b faro a of Tha On this hill l ita and i ere o it Tlie M i en ID a third tig Mr he not see any m fur ilia troi irm of iba debtor w of fain and catet are mom al than in may oi Ilia Ibo tbt which resolution rend third Tho county thuti up mud ordered to Arnold Learned Martin ud ud Mr Urn AM moved to M much of ihu rulo M from Had third on he in am day in order thai the uill to i third reading tuny be the third time to Mr to tlw the referred la lory to tho net relating lo of thu with on which Council went inlo whole Mr in iho chair Tho ilio on of lie fit by ori tti Mr rose in defence of u- iho to which the present law was what he considered would bo lie of ilic of the Mr lo of mitten Strikeout nil after die of the and the tho 1st of iho net concerning of hereby j which after ported in some by Mr Mr Jinni then to amend by inning un objected to by Mr Collins aa twin of order Thoro waa but a single to tho which wsi molt an amendment and had been adopted which hn i placed out of the reach of any amendment Tho Chair decided that the motion out nf order then rote and reported amendment of thu committee Concurred In Mr MAnTiN then moved lo tlm of the by adding hereto SRC In all actions on contract when the recover than Kim hn not recover to a the amount of iu by him tho wi lho rimy bf by Mr the tho ground to t nnd times A would collected snd thua in Mr MARTIN supported tlis on the list in moil sutU it uns ctt atn fur Mio uf or puny llin woi o this abuse nn I 11 ormolu Mr to he attend loss it lw i ilio colling of a jimr for dollaM Undor J now n jury cnn be called un mid cosia would r Inn tli amount of Mr MARTIN taid he awaro of he the wan wrong I Tlm plaintiff for n tio an i IKJ to puy und pay for the v for by dit who us n timber of coi fur ihn tlie Iio not at all apply tb Hit object Wat id proieci i n nil from lie hit own the 11 lii power Jliu ken and n-t WM 4 9 Mr to incut so n n peri n i trial of any muto nf tho peace reside mom tlum frum lho oT of mich by commission or on in tlm same manner an if auch ceuno wan pending in Hie d itt riot court lo Mr JANES then moved around by ad ding 4 n as follows 13 No to from judgment in M court he or one for viii make an wm in hit f n wai granted lho amount of l he j fncnt of court would inn more lhan Inn i the wan ba wai he he had a good cauw ot the of would mow than Wsn if the judgment WM higa he that he had A lho The wna kwt Mr M then moved to by ding ilw the by lew ilmn Hn M u emit tl
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