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ftf* JL W A -MILWAUKEE,; FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 27k 1859, -" '— - ' ' ' i ' •.-'•• • ' . NEWS. NUMBKR 20;') ;> THE JDA1LY NEWS. > cm UIQ, eis»rr, liMly I'tper, publUbed <T«y morolng, except Monday. Ti ,-We»kIy Taper, Mondty, "Wediw*a*y mna Frtaay. * < «'Xlj- l'»j>et« every Tuesday morning. . , , ., TEBBIJ Ot 1 DAU.T PAPER. -; ,.•••: r«per for one'year, payable In »avance,... $7,00 -WEEKtT PAPEB. _ a havxsliown for sotae time pflsttlla «•« are perfectly can-less of what a louay an< ^ wkelp like Pomp Carpenter say .-; Maditdn ArgiH, 45, h, Weol.jeot to this kind of language feeing . , . THUIB OP.THB'WJJEKI.T PAPER. ' Weekly Paper for one year, payable in advisee.. .|1,00 1C ATKS rtt- ADVEllT'lSllVC ^X DAILY TcnUDes, or loss,iof JToapareil make a gqnare. 1 square, 1 month..-16,00 5 months.. 10,00 Sfflonths.. 12JJO 4 months.. 6 months.. 9 months... 20,00 lyear.... 80,00 I-square, Iday. 1 do. adayt 1,50 do. .8 days 1 do. 4 dan 1 -do. 5.da»-s 1 do. 1 w<*t. 8,00 do. dQ. ! weels 4,00 I w*ks..,. 6,00 •do. do. do. do. do. do. i 1C o ti R ri « *fc 1, a ag do n , A1>V« ICTISINU AOfeWTS, 1 »d Maindalpli Street, are authorised to rt- cciet AdrertitmrKts /or thit and all tin Ltadiny I'aptrt .dftht Jl'o and art thf oifLT and .•i CRU-IO.T auUiorized Aptnit in t&e Jfortitwt^t for a majority Qflhtm. _ m »r4 IN TOWN AND OUT OF IT. U. M POSCEEOT, KD1TOB. , nclcoralojricnj lircora, for May, Sft,'68 kept by C. n. GA1JDIVR8 ft CO:, 1>rnggtiiu, 1»Spring editor of a prominent democratic paper. I will be no pleasure to Carpenter's friends lo l^Mn, fbr'ceftain, tliat Pnn*p's a thief, and a louty one at that! If OalWnp, the editor ol the Argut t knowe Pump to be a "Igusy and 5hiev|n5 a wh?lp,^ 4 as a friend, as an editor, and as the Christian be should be, instead of-telling every one of it, let him take a very fine tooth comb, a box of "angwintum/' a copy of the 8th commandment, nedof tli« revised statutes, with the section giving the penalty for stealing, marked, and dall on Mr. Carpenter so Sunday morning, when botli parties are sober. Letbimcoolly, calmly and friendly, invite Mr. Carpenterout in the front yard. Let the two geutltmen sit down in the shade of some little tree, and let Calkins comb Pump's head, put on the"angwinturo,"read to him the aforesaid commandment, and the revised 'statutes relative to stealing. If he he more lousy than dishonest, let Elias use more comb and "air gvrlntum"and less law If more dishonest than lousy, Irt him read law the more — cot eeg- lecting the comb and precious ointment, however! In that way, by dealing kindly with Pn i p, alternating the remedies from time to time, and copptring- on dishonesty. 6 ».K. TBIKHOKETU. BP.K. 5 r.«. 60 c a A M. Tbompson lias In-come connected tritli the /"Vet Democrat, as one of the proprietor? . The Wnst Bend JDemncrat has a rough likeness of tbt- VTtjccmsin's local. We can't se« »nJo the joke, hot have no doubt Potter rests .-asj- on it. Charles Loreuzen, nbo was indicted at Marligon for stealing some $300 in bank bills, at the Banlc Controller'* office, was convicted on his trial whicli terminated there on Tnes- day. Elfai'ooold not only win. bnt make Pump as good aa -liiiBself, and Rare exposing In the world , the shocking condition of Pump's head and heart. Our litany DOW is, '-from editing a paper in Madison, Good Lord deliv.-r us ! " RicmcoNt>'< LBTTSR.— Below we -give Mr. Richmond's last letter, relating to the Church, andtbtue meeting held in it on Wednesday evening: PAfcTORAl LETTER. •To the manber»* ! of Chritt, and the frieadt of tke Kekor o/St Parti Chttrcf, • MY. DUOVED Pa.PiJt,— Your large and glo- rio>js luctting of last evening, was compospd of. ' ' The Pine River Aryiu is to be removed to Wgutoma. Pint- River is in Wanshara conn ty. Il is a little Tillage, containing almnt six booses, and a place large enough for the stage to tnrn around in. The Chicago Democrat says it is estimated that the amount of forged bills on the "Brighton Market Bank" in circnlation, is from $300,000 to half a million We donbt whether the amoant can be as great as this, bnt doubtless it !E large. GOTHIC HAH. .—This new institution, where lovers of lager will long to lag, was formally opened yesterday. It is handy to and for the mails, and men will 90 thick there after this favorite beverage. From *arly morn till late at night, the place was crowded. TORNADO AT NEW LISBON.—The vlr^ujseays that on the morning of the 24th inst , a destructive wind storm vieit«d that place, dee troying Home $3,000 worth of property. The new school house was blown down, and gev era! other buildings unroofed or moved from their foundations. , MB. RICHMOND'S CBALLCNCE HAS HOT SEEN ACCEPTED. — Some one shoved him just now a newspaper statement that it had been accepted Mr. Richmond replied that he had waited fonr months in vain for some one to tafee op the gauntlet, firat thrown down about fourtfeji or fifteen yrart, ago, that no one had yet taken it up; that he had received, no tnh- matioD, Whatever, of the kind, and thai if any one, at this late daf/, wished to take up the glove thrown down to tht> Rev Dr Gwirge Bolts in J845 , and to Harvard University in 1*47, and to i he Romish Bishop of Hartford in 1850, or later, and to Beecher, anrl the real, last w nter, such person would be politely requested to wait as long as Mr. Richmond had already waited, viz: /our months, until his return from England He has lome weeks since announced in tlie Milwaukee AVu», his intention of sailing for Europ j in a lew day? Mr. Richmond endorsee this tnj Irituds only.' You saw this when I request* tdutl, Vvhn were not my friends; and who wish- viiinie to resign, lo'retire; •whereupon one man roseund left tbe church. I have now noenb- roies,|aad deserve none, .This meeting has de- cidrd the question, that the .Vestry do nut represent ibe congregation. Hi intended last night, should put an end to my Holy War. It has doflc so. Tbe Vestry refuse, in three things, to accede to the wishes'of the Rector and people. 1, They refuse to give their sanction to tbe needless, but courteous request that they would approve (if the journey, which, as I informed you, I am about to make during the summer to England. 2, They refused to accede to the resolution . asM by the people to call a meeting of the whole congregation next Friday evening, or at an early d«y. Wheu your chairman, Dr. Hatchard, left the church and entered the Vestry room, they refuged to hear him; and I »as obliged to state the reqnesl of tbu people to he into who 'profess to represent the people, whom they no longer represent. They paid no ittention whatever t" vnnr reqnetl, but treated t with contcmpluuu.- i-... ....c 3, Two of l hem who are moat obnoxious to •on, and have lieeu n>o«t opposed to me, refuted to accede to toy pulite request to rccigu. But the two stivngest wejiswithyou. and me, .y a preconcerted plan, at .a meeting designed o thwart and trouble *he Rector, and of which was not informed, came prepared with writ- en resignations, in order to compel me to con' tu fight my bent friends aud your best and p >pular men ; thus throwing a great, un> xpirittial uud destructive burdt-n upuu my shoulders, and forcing me to yield, or divide tie church. Theiefore, I shall neither yield nor divide the church. But I shall now throw my- sejf upon all my nserved rights which I have hitherto kept ont of sight, and I think It h God's will that 1 should be compelled to present myself to you, at all points, as the real Rector and tale judge and director of the fptrilaal affairs of St. Paul's chun h. I could, if needful, tate the sword of Uoliah to cut the Gentian knot ; but there in no Gun 1 Mil knot to cut, and so a lull meeting of the people and an appeal from the Vestry to you IB out rnjuireil. I judge, therefore, il is tor the spiritual interest aud benefit of St. Paul's chuich, that this holy war ou my side, now cease. It iri my duty, as Hector of this church, to calm the Btorm nowragiog, as did Neptune the sea, I b UK described by the great Latin poet.— THJJ LA CiioMJS K K. Eno^OH.-The Fret \ that yesterday j the Inspector* j In the offlee of Manager Oood- Democrat sayi met at 2 P.* rich, of the L i Crosse Road, to, heat the arguments of cont&el, and to decide; upon the question of the election. Mr. Ryan, in beLalf of those who ffiahed to prevent ariy eleotion.read an opinion signed by five lawyers, that the La: Crbsso S'Mili^aukee Company, 'ty the foreolo- snra on the third mortgage bonds, bad lost a " power to elect a Board of Directors The election was lo bejbeld at the ojfce of the Secretary of 'he La Croise & Milwaukee Company,asd ta the third mortgage bondholders, by virtue of the foreolosurd and sale, had taken possession of it, and the potnpany now had no office, there could lw.no election. Ha held also that as the Compmb had its erfestencrf prolonged enly by the eighth section of the amendment authorizing tub sale for the benefit of th« bondholders, and this section gave no authority for the deotiori ofa Board of Directors, there Was no authority for an election. This eighth section was alljMie charter the La Crosse Company had, thej original charter and franchises having passed ty the sale into the possession of the ^Milwaukee & Minnesota Railroad Company. J Mr. M. H. Carpenu-r made a most aigament in r|ply. He *sserled that the duties of ton inspectors were ministerial and-iiot judicial, that t^ey were asked here to try. botli ADVERTISEM1JNTS. t NOTICE. r ~ CRT Ooanaouza's Orrin, i Contract Department, Jill , Hay 27,1839. ( T HR lol'owing drscilbtd loti an.I parcel- of land .situated In. the Third Ward, or the City of Milwaukee, by resolution of the Common Council, adopted MawjZtr, 18J0, were dtclared puMIc nuisances by reason of stagnant wst-r ana filth ihurson and said nuisances ordered to be abate l. Deicription. EutKlft W20 of K 4 WltotEtO Caoss & .LDDIHOTOH'B ADDITION.—Yesterday, while driving about the city, we noticed among other and numerous marks of improvement, that a very larpp number of new dwellings, etc., are being «rpct«d in Cross & Lu3- ington's Addition In a short time the whole of that raln&ble property will be as thickly settled as any part of our rapidly growing city. Ho TE THAT THIRST —A way down in lhe old Keystone State, ou the Allegheny Mountains, is a spring gushing out from under a gum tree This fountain i? known far and near ai the ''Gum Spring,'-' and oh, how delicious is the sparkling water to the tastf of B tired footman, who baa walked for six or seven mites in tbe dust and heat up the long Ledioue Slope of the mountain on a hot summer's day. Thirsty and exhausted, we harr drank ot the "Gum Spring' more than ouiw. aud *ai down on that height and wiprd the s«vat from our face, while we looked over the wide landscape below, and listened to the little rill trickling down among the gtone« to minele with the H 'Blne Jnniata" below. Talk about enjoyment. Well, bnt we art far away from the Gum Spring now, bnt Gardiner, at 19 Spring street has some excellent soda water Prim« stuff to drink ou a hot day. Here is n translation, and part ol the bejnUlul original. : " Meanwhile Neptune perceived that the sea was in great uproar aud coufusioo ; a storm sent lorth, and the depths overturned from their inwrst channels. " But the Latin is I.KJ beautiful to be omitted : Prospicteua, ^umtiui plac'ilum CJLJ>UI i*]f1iiiit uutla Noc la>aere tioli tratratn JUDODI- ol inr HJrufti 'ill -f T^pb* ruiaqac vucat .lelnut lulu l+iur TfnitROe \ 119 ptmerl* tt-DUIt tl •UC-14 VtWtri Jani ( teluro lerrnnigup.. mm .in* fuminr . \ (-uti Ulpcere, ct Uint;i- uudei •? lullere moles* • qutstion crfejpclmenl and a que»tion of 9110 mtrranto, which could only be tried before judicial tribunal^—that whether the election would be legal; or illegal waa a question not for Ujem, but for the courts to decide. He showed that th| object of namiug the Secretary's o9c« in $he notice for an election, iraa to az opon fiouje place or locality, known to »r easl»y found by th* stoekhoJdersj but if Mr. Kyan's ooasLruction was correct, had there been oo sale of lhe road, and the office of tbe Secrvtaiy Jiad burned down the night previous to th« Section, thera could have been no election of Directors, though aU the stockholders ol the'road had Own present around the .smouldering ashes of the burnt office—a moat absurd conclusion He ghowod, further, lti»t by the law, the La Croasa Company had one feu to redeem the road from the gale, "X •8 K W N 80, front i IB In rear B SO of N 40 a on M 11 front x 81 In rear savors*) N so or 840 820 y in- cf r Ar n-luti ui [Hj;>ulu furn ?tf * ru e.-l An EXCELLZSI SEEMOS.—V. Fitch, editor of the Fox Lake G-ozettt, says he is always good natnred, owing to the fact that he had a "good natnred mother, who never knew how to frown, and spoifher looks by allowing darkness to take tbe place of sunshine." A no- hie tribute to a good woman, and an excellent eermon. VOTE FOB JusricE IK THE 3D DISTRICT— Tbe result for the Associate Justice of tbe Supreme Court, in the 19 counties, comprising the 3d Congressional District of this State was as follows Lyndt Paine, Lynde's majority in 3d district 25.559 26,542 17. ' MURDEEIKG THE Doos.—Wednesday morning, some humane individual walked through town with a basin of poisoned meat, kindly treating the dogs he met, to a fresh breakfast, and putting them in a position to do without muzzles 1 Home fifteen or twenty bark manufactories were fonnd in the street that morning, their running gear and\ other machinery stopped forever. We are not sorry Evening prayer and lecture ex catttedra, •from the cfiair, in St, Paul'e.Cburch, this (Friday) evening, May 27th, 7 1-2 o'clock. German grrrico unl lecture Sunday, May 29th, at 8 1-2 p. m., inTSt Paul's Church. RICHMOND, Rector. Get iuaa papers please copy. • SOMC Firauto.— Mr. Alcott, Esq., of tfiis city, has just returned from a -day's fishing in the neighborhood of Sparta, he brought home with him nearly fonr hundred of the most beautiful speckled trout that we have ever seen, which be divided up in messes and presented to bis friends ; we, as .one of them, received our share, for which we return thanks. BAYARD TATLOB'S LECTUBK.— We would remind onr readers that the Young ilsn's Association have secured Bayard Taylor to deliver hie lecture on " Moscow." on bis return homeward from the Falls of Mlonehaha, where he has been sojourning for a couple of weeks. It is nniversally conceded that this is Mr. TayloHs bett lecture, and we would advise no one to let pass this opportunity of hearing it. The Hall will b* crowded of course, and everybody who wants a comfortable seat, or even a seat of any kind, had better go earl T MUHICIPAJ. COCBT.—His HOKOE JUDGE FOOTE, PEESIDLNO.—Thursday, May 26, 1859. —Tbe case of the Racine boys was disposed of yesterday afternoon as follows: Chas. Cook, Michael Poaflel and Hsnry'Mas- sey, larceny in a dwelling at Oak Creek, and arrested by a Constable from the town of Lake who traced them to this city, was thus disposed of Cook and Poaflel sentenced to 811 days imprisonment in county jail, and Massey discharged. Yesterday morning the following cises were np for consideration: F Pos, disorderly, adjourned to May 30. Florian Cawendeli, drunk, fined gl, and execution to issue. Christian Dittman and Mary Dittman, disorderly, fined §8 each and costs, amounting to $1277. - 6 Chas. Blue, "got the blues," and went in for an assanlt and battery upon his neighbor, for which he was fin^d $1 and costs, amounting to $2 68. Castan Egan assault and battery, to the amount of $4.11. Caroline Salzwell, larceny,' goods found on a search warrant, bat it appearing that the complaint charged that they were taken from a dwelling bouse, and it> tbe aggregate amounted to over $10, the case was dismissed for want of jurisdiction, and a new complaint •made for an examination simply with reference to a trial before a jury at next term. LTHDOH.— The first station west of KSlboara CUyj on the La Crosse road, is a village of about 100 inhabitants, made np of well-to-do industrious people. The editor of the Jnnean -4ryu*Bays, the country aboqt Lyndon la finely eitaated, and well populated by enterprising and clear-seeing -formers, who have paid no attention to the cry of hard times, but steadily progressed. { j MATJSTOS 'ITEMS.—The Sffif says that •Messrs. Carter .& Jones 4iave started a ,. watch Tactpry there on an extensive scale... ,„ Tuesday morning a wind storm destroyed- quite an amount of property/ ; Large cambers of emigrant teams are paps-. ingManeton, bound for lowfe, And Minnesota. Tbe roads in that vicinity are being improved substantially. Cot. BOBWSOH u A FA Toiii* CHABACTKR. —We met our jovial friend, Col. BobUeop, this morning on the street, looking and feeling u happy as a full Wooded Tankeeolr Thftrits- ,, giving day. He informed' us that beslonld attend tlieatreto-nigut < and, If requested, lie would lake pleasure in giving ijnUatfons of the Indian War Whoop, and tlie MedioitfelttaaiV ' • • :D«*c«: As tbeCokibeliua «penta number of yeare among the r*l son. of the forest, and is watt acquainted with tnrir character, fctt I MS ;-. tatlpagjraibe worth seeing,— Dubu^uTin^. : "~ knew that Sam. Syaftj?wa«cnaH " — f- I •£ -- f 4 •-**-*. ~^^,.,^..,ll:,^ X *f~^^ 4 Boblnson's aocomj>n«M ITEMS FKOM THE LA CROSSE DEMOCRAT.— CaipKT.—The La Crescent boys hare organized a cricket club, and practice everv Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. Why not a club this side 7 WBSTWAB.D.—Some ten or twelve emigrant teams cross Ibe Misgtasippi at this point, daily. TUB number Trill be much increased in a few <Jsys. • . FALUSO.—The Mississippi Las fallen about two feet and a balf since the big rise, and is still falling at moderate rates. i.-ToBB RAISED.—The raHroad company have decided to raise the railroad'track two feet higher,' betwflen 'tbe depot and North La Crosse. This will bring In e grade above the highest water mart known to the oldest inhabitant. < .:• :'.._' , PIVILISM.—Some Godless, heathenish, two [egged our, haa' been stealing lilac and rose brwheg from ihe graye-yards in the Cemelery. 'TEonr SrsBrjHa.—Most of the brooks in fM»5°85*yi^ E*«*ty; well drained, but the boys turn good trouting on the other side of •(he riverln Houston oonnty. We were with a «mall Mrtjr on "Money Creek" last week, who took in a hundred and twenty of the finest trout in two hours I Ja'i quo lacrs rt ^axa volaut, furor armi lumUtrat •Turn, piptate prarRm ac merms KI f.irte viruni g.icoj Conspei*..rr. Client, airetHls^ue aunbus a Isiai l lilt- rt'£it dicti. auiui.i^ et |K.*rlora tu.ilrel fcic .-uncttt p^la^i rwulil tra£ur A.^ wtifii ID tumutl. n^i- tli i^ruuble < ruwd, Mad an lui'it motiou!., anj tueir toDgued a't- t»»uj ADO ,~-'fiais and l.randf to rattliue vaiiejs fl^. And all tlie rustic arms that fury can ..upplj If then conif pravt- and p».»u< uitia appt-ar 1'bvy liUflb Uluir U*>i3c. mid le^tl a Li^l'oili^' VAI Ho r.^i h- »itb >»'b^f w,»r.l- llicir .'ai(Trv H.-KX] And mn-tirli'-!' th«-ir 1.11.1,1^ d.^irt- uf hi uxl Ht., When th~ fall,- ,.1 tl,e fl.lod A(,J>eiJ. And (i .-r it,.- M;U> hi!, f \ r 1*11 tndtfi.l T>*'-, Tbtir t.irj !!*: > liet.kiiii.J Lb«. liquid ptiuia, H:^ 1 ! lllj I I' . h»l I -I atjd WUL ,(h^^l. .'. I , .UH. M ij.'S'.u-muv^- ;,••>!.,: j,ud awful pe ,i-*« miloUu,. li. Thifc uproai ..I tlir |HM>p)c will be qui^tt-J hy my " tempiTAI> aij.l vulautaty absence, a* the secretary ol the vvstry (iroj>wetl Uj m^ Ttii6 absence \f of rccessar) uow, as it WBJJ t. tally DttsHe*." iu th i-j.rin^ wlien I gracetull yielded my oirn v,piL.iou, and »ncx:unibei| great obloquy, by following tbe kind and mi» taken wishes of the vestiy That action of tb r ^e>tTy began all the trouble. 3. Therefore, as Rector of St. r'.iul's Church and your pastor, 1 unnounre tu \ou, my belove Irn-n.ls. thai I nliall not accept the tcmp.>ra tiresome, and difficult ai wi-lI as mutually de btrnctive biiitle offercxl l>y tbe veftry Yon wil mU doutit my cuuraKe, wheu 1 t-ay tbe Bank knit gtove, and the Satan-hammered ganntle Khali, for a season, perh'ip;« for ever lie ^lor it i a lie; where the vestry have thrown ii It shall lie there all summer, at least.and yo shall pick it np next Easter Monday, wheu advise you lo elect tbe same men again,as the; are tbe jewels of the Vestry. But thin is you province. I, as Hector of tils Church,and you pastor, being about to go to England (Jane by your written desire, shall supply my place t the best of my ability, with a clergyman wh will probably reside in the ['.iri-OQitge, with w>hom I am in treaty some months already.anc who is eminently gucrewful and tuwpLable in his present field. I fibiv 1 1 call one more publi meeting of my friends,(ih in time • Lejiion" wil come indeed, at my desire, lot 1 know tha you love me, as you know that I love you?) to take yon by the hand before I sail for England about the middle of June, to be gone till tb meeting of the General Convention at Rich mood, Virginia, io October. Your loving, beloved, aud truly devotef Pastor and Rector, JAMES COOK RICHMOND Secret history, whuji rentals ittelf. They met yesterday and plotted while you an 1 prayed. This is plain, for they rame tier together ai the end of the prayers, into the vestry room: when 1 paid to them, " II you prayed i would do you good." Rut Imw can they be i-xpcrted to pray ? Oue of them is unbaptiz«d and fonr of the seven are not communicant! The; know, and God knows how much they are in tbeir closets ! I wonder how much they have prayed to vanquish tbeir loving pantor f But Lutber raid : " Diligently prayed is hal studied" -Flfisng geoeUl i«< halb itudieret. Now my proverb is faithful prayer and truthful Love, can conquer and do all. Therefore, I announce myself, an I promised, for God, Truth and Love. RICHMOND, the Conqueror. Here is tbeir plot For Rudimond 0 , S , May 20tb: Against Richmond H —, C' u-—— F , Bank Plot. X.CT I. (In whispers, but R. hears ) Talk over Mr. , who solemnly promised to adhere to Richmond. May 25: for Richmond. 0 , Against Richmond S , and the other 6 WHEAT FEOM SACK.— The steamer Keahe- amade atrip to, Sank, last Saturday, taking "dowiTalood of salt foV'St.' John & Vanghan, and bringing 'back wheat. 'The- Lady Jane will go down to-day and get a cargo to wheat tor**yno\to &Cr»ig. t ., „' j , ; ; ; . j ill •• The steamer, Eureka and Lady iTane^ari bringing np large quantities and lumber from Oshkosh, to be rafted here and^ent down the ----- - , Eiviistnt' JgxTSLAOEDiHAKT.— A (jTfrman in" [hboring town» in this county, lontary castration' on Saturday B'fof the *appoaed infidelity- of . fleiad-not ooorage for the style of Derringj-r pl8tol8.-^-Z><x^e Co. Sotto Voce—AOT H—SCESR I. '•The two popular men. H. and F. resign. Richmond foolishly goes into the tight; hurts himself, because he is excitable, hurts the church, makes enemies, and tbe popular men ore re-electfd alter nil. Even if Bichmond prevails and elects two other men, as we have talked over, there is still a majority against him-4 to 8. This plot would have failed if —— had kept his promise So Richmond, at great joes,wins a barren victory.' Now it would ruin even my .health to continue this little wnr and waste the summer. So my health and the peace and all the. interests of the'church, require my absence. ~ PLAIN AS BAY • S. (hioka be did not B. is *ure he did promise. EDITORIAL CONVENTION.—We see by onr Milwaukee exchanges that the "fraternity," in the City of Bricks, are making preparations for a grand time at the annual gathering of tbe Kntghts of the Qnjll, on the 15th of Jane uext.r Arrangaments have beoniperfeoted With .theiailroad Companies to pass the memben over their'sereral roadi io and from the Convention; while the hospitalities' oTtlie city will,we.'doubt not,be creditable to the commer- o»l metropolU of the Staw» r Probablr not less than s arte hundred repre- septaitvesof tfce,pres*'li tBttBtate wUl be present on-tbe oocssion, and-lf? no otter good is accomplished, the bringing together in social >tercouwe men who aw known to each other only through the medium of the' qnantels; must Send to aofteu,do ty bfparttian warfare. 7onr>~ risen ReeH's Calkin* . ^ o •boilil-life,rrom;vrhat they appear'When°«^- tating the political arena, with tomahawk tnd «oalplnginifein b»nd,to meet their party foe. Racine Advocate. , •* * ' WIH, iuuBv«uuwi aoiKu.aown thesUDerl- pwrrt»an wtofare.- r«nr>SiunEyan'«J&rs .ReeH'si Beriah Brown' B jTennirj»s^rl. n*' are entirely different iindivldnals in 1 and Mr« years! to wind up its business, and as the charter t^presaly provide that ail the a/airs of the company ahall be managed by a Board of Directors, and as the . ompany could only sue and be sued through Us officers, if Mr- Ryan's position »as maintained, the company was legally annihilated, and coold not redeem the roa<t nor wind up ltd aff .rs, nor transact any business whatever. Judge iiubberj followed on tha same side, in • cogent epeechj after which the inspectors consulted logetkjer, and anally decided to hold the election They made a public demand for admission to thd offlce occupied by the Secretary til) the sale of the road, and then, procn- ring a table and writing materials, proceeded to bold tbe election on thr SU-JM of tha office, which resulted as follows Newcomb Cleyelaud, Henry C Cabell, Cicero Comstock, John Lockwood Orville Uddle./ Frederick Stow, i I Oeorgc W. Platt, Albert B. Harrir. j ! Cytus C Dickinson. j Tlie abu?« wai destguated a^ the •' ()|HV^ I b'tid" ticket audjreceive.) 28,')00 vote.-. ' Tb^re was another, i-all^d tb- " Mite hull tickal, ad fullows Samuel C. W^t, A Ferguson Roasell S. Ku«eUnd, John BertsoUe'y J. P McGregor, Daniel Wells Jr., Cyras D. Da^is. Which reoeirefl 502 votes B 80 of 8 '0> W 80 of E 60 or 8 N6of5S of £30 N X of K l« N 80 of K 80 8-'0, KofN tu ot E tu i '^0 ol EtO sea >• Lai. 1 1 2 3 8 4 8 10 11 1 4 n 6 •i a 6 IS a 4 4 4 3 1 12 1 1 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. KD. STATES mAHSHAI 'S SALE. LycorgusjE Igcrton, x ' ] In tbe Uoltwl States Dta- v »- Strict Court. DUtrlct of Wlnthrop C. LorJ and [ WiscOta n. GeorfeLurd J In Equity. I N pursuaare ai.d by virtue of a decree made by the District Court o the Cnitid States for the Dljtrl. i of Wl«cdr«ln, nil the nicth day of May, ldS9, In the ab re entitled tacae, 1 ahall aell at Tubtlc Auction, at LANDS AND WATER POWERS. 490,000 AC OF Choice Farming and Pine Land*. lif kJfiLKCT*D years a X o from the [(,„„ D,, .,,,.„,„,.„, O tands ,o .Hat State, ar- now ,ffer-,j FOR HA,. F-'. or run the offlcf of lhe United rtAfts Slar hal In tha City uf Milwaukee, In tb i District, o;> fnildy, tha BftcenJi ilay of Jojy, 1859, at three o'clock in ih- afternoon, the following 4etcrlbeil property, to ivlt '*Out lot'U,' n^^rvjiir.j.riJ'Srs; 0 .', :r=; F ?* . a _ n ?..5»°? n «« iw™™^ Co also a luBolent quantity of Water Powor tu be takeo oat of the Waupac a River, :.t the .lam erected acrnss id River, In the Tillage of Waapaeca, to propel three , run f f stonca ur tlourlag purpoie.- it ill »a>oi 4 at the year. • Marshal's Office, Milwaukee, Maj 17, Isi9 maylS-Uwjw M. J. TIIOM.M. U a. Ma^.tml Xetv, 4U 46 IIIKKIFF'M SALT. [ STATE Or \VISCOXSIN, I , Circuit Court, Ullvanbee (Jo. t James Binutt, aKftln.^t j ip'iralot Uim..er, Thomas Keed, Keuben t t.anb, Uiram Ca/ui r, The Globe Bank, Ida Jane Lewis, »»I ecutor and E^liraim Mariner, and Jot.n J Orton, *x- j ettutor» uf tne I ut will in.l leatament of Allison I L*wts ilcce'iseil, Martha Levla, Sarah Lewis, Mary l.ewla, Martha 11 Le»ls, KliiaBeib Louisa Lewla, nUliam J Lewis, Ida Jaoe ..«wla »nd nthe? unknown heirs of Alllaon Lewis, deceased, and Ichabu.l flmlth IN urtuc or auu pursuant to a judgment rendered m Jl said Coui t. In the above en At Low Pricea, OQ Lib^rjl T>ru,»,.i Credit .M I lar K e ,,r .mall .,„.,,„,. Ul , ull l ,^^' ' " THK FA KM INC, l..\NI>w OoraprlslnK thr llirer»nt »iri R ,|^^ -,i n.i, Pr..lrle and Uar.l VV,,,,,| L*ml.. ir., ,,11 "..["t"',"*' flprlnirs »ail n.?v»r railing lir>i.,K4, ,j,.| vr>. .n : f,- /.. "' ty of food marKHta. THE I'IM. I. a\U«l \ri extremely vMluafjIe.hernif «»,:ate.| ,u '.h.- v-rv ;-*j • of the Pine Hrg!,<n of W\, v ,,1111,1. «ni| ^iv,,, k . .,__„ chosen srlth particular r^r-ac* t), the .luallty" ,, '',' timber *nd thfr / clnity ,f I. kriimi; *tr.;anis WATKK r '( )\V KliS. The attentlno of East,. r o I'apitaiu t, , ,, „ „.,,. lo iho W,t er Pot,,. r , ,„„,.., ny .,, Mill Prlvllen..i « r . .Ituar^l || r -,. Canal »hicti unn«a ihe Mla,is a , Lakes, *o chat ^«md> mny '>~ 4r,i :iII rectly to an fr.im 'he Mnu impjin v 'tlnn^' , may bedeslr-.l for further >rurii.«ii ,i^. •nlltl^.l action, dated March i 13th, 1SS9, I ihall expone for jale and lell at Public SMITH \ite: t r Ti Auction, at the Post-Ollice, in the Ulty of Milwaakee, , General' A«, n i »t u, r , n u., , 'on Natnrdar. tise *«<l day ot July A PO ;,,i „ w" V' k I 1SSJ, at the dour of t r. », u f iimt .| lly , n,,. r..|. K ' Vv ' n' n,, ln v . v l,.wlng .le.cribed pritnise«, lo w,t m»,li» \* "The south half of lot numbered nine ^). >n ^••a^i^a^a^a^BMHa^aMB^^aH block numbered thirty-acVfn (All, 'a Third Ward, of the City of Milwaukee. Coootj <>< Jlllwaukeu anil Slate of Wlaconsln." Dated SherHTs Offlce, Milwaukee, March IS, Isis. Do*»«« * LaOvt. I ». J. LASQWOttTUY PI'Va AU'ys. I ah'ff kill Oo Wi aprl-llntw CIRCUIT COCRT, i Milwaukee Count;. ( ^ AMUSEMENTS. TJ 164 16 U SJ iA Wnliam P l.yn.le. John CuuimlnKS ^Jubo C. t^oodr i:li, J.,hu 9 Bir.-h»c.| Ouncan 0. Reed.C. P Pr>,,te, Dan.l W yii»t. er J . fln ' Cu^amln^s, Trusters of Milwaukee Lt)d r N . j t t tbe Independent Order or O<l,l X,llu»i.i ureii..r M«ozel. A»rah*ni B «'» rne r. Pct-r K^ui l^ The (ilbtoe Bank, Willlaui Siuitri, Benr, rfenmeben ibra Iwm jlelofpa/t Lewn J Claud-, Ge..r iB IV l--cii ham, L«»n3. Mack. Herman S. Jl»,-k. Lean,|.,r M Uubby, »rihur liuuhea. Samuel 9 Lester Ua.l^ei State Bank, Hob n B Bell Jamen L.jnirw..rtr. Char les sln^u, J.ihn W Butler, Hei. r r C.r'.«r. Irrvit Langdon, ,<»muel W B«rn,r.| ,,,,| |ij«,,| VI Mnn-r , J,.nn Oh E U ' I'ril-. r I I t 11 I N Ii r STAMM'.s MAI :a vVr.lnei.lay. The Stale ol Wucuiuu, lu e»cl. »o.l »' ove named, except th^ -irCpn.l.i m anj John C. Ooodrlch Y OC are hereby summoned and required u. *<i c ' corapUmt In I action »hich «-aa I MILWAUKEE" CADETS Middle \ * X of « '• * W X ofE H f * Ml Jilt t, W 80 of K 80 of W M E 30 o( W la) E BU of W ISO £ 30 of « 180 K 80 of W 210 11 A u ai l u li * u n * u l •t A 4 li W 11 1* -' I i t I t 1 i .' ol the Clerk ol the Circuit Court, o> The" ^moiy"* "*" . Dlstr ' butl °D Ot7Q Ma? Qlflce U t copy of yuar tnuwer to the *ald complaint. .»n tliw «ciib«rs it tl.H.r ,J]ce, M.,* fi an.l ^ Albaov Bull Milwaukee, wurnn ninety dav» after the ,e of tow duiutnoa, oti fwu, elclu.iivc ol ib.- j( such service, an.l ,f y.^u fail ui *nn^-r :he *a..l plain' within the I MX- aformiaiil, the pU.ntlfl ,r action will applj t.. the C.mr' l..r the r-Mef lem*. in the complaint Dated \prll ^>. 1 v>M VINl'HIS. 1. If SDK t 11M.I.KR ALBANY Friday I i ti i HAL.I,, ?S;i> '^ VI i F s u f W « S W H. (No SOT , N..UC.- .>! lhe po<<t|i<>ufni..|i t l,.r « hnel p-rioduflhe public *nle. n irn- i.-iud oliice ut Superior « ny, \V i-i-.ni -1 n , ,,rd'-red by ptuclHoi itiou >o. Ois. N 'OTICK 11 Hereby Klven Umi 'I, cl t,y prj.-lamath.n N f5ii re I t.. t... p.,»tpoued .11 Mil K I ' t -S XI sr > it. of » i.<cu V-I.N ' t .i>: V{.|waa«e^ C.'.inty J Hues .' llrO* ..I A'.; By . 1 'ae Di II .yn- T-H 1 4 1 * « HARRISON, HA^FORII & Co. — W B ar^ to uotice that tins enterprising firm are rap d- ly cxU-ndiDf; their lrud« ID printer's stock, such as printing tind other papers Th^j havn just closed a heater contrao.l with two Minnesota daily papers, amounting well up into the thousands in the course of a year, besides supplying a large number of heavy establishments in other pjirts of Wisconsin and Minnesota They deal in a good article erf paper, sell very cheap, and are Brut rate fello»e SA vzu PROM DBOW.VISO. —A few days ago a boy, about eight :or nlno y» a rt of age, fell ou' of a skiff into this river just below Chestnu: street bridge, andnodonbt would hare drown ed bnt for the faat that William Wedemeyer the bridge Umdej, jumped into the river and eanght the lad just as he was sinking tbe second time, an'rl brought him out. We are sorry lo say that oar friend Wedemeyer took a severe cold from LH sudden bath, from the eflects of which hc.haa not its yet recovered.— A. German who saw the act has presented Mr W. with a imall boat for the purpose of using on such occasions, h« lias also supplied himself with a few libe*. I I \t R 40 K Ju W itf E 4U W 5fl r. w Oowi.era. .cc «<J propCTl). art h- rrby notile.1 within thirty da) s from daw. or th - iloticnt of the m .1 Third Ward will 1-4 c« lo b* abated anj chirfrrl (. th • eeoTding tu law. Ul J an>i f ih« .11! n' -^t r. .\ | ClTT Ot»rTaOLL»«'- llrMCK. I Contract Department, it4y ?." l<yj t ' |J EaLEO prvpoiali will be rec,- .--I ,11. .;t, v u: ™ t.l Wedne»dar, June Jit, U A M l»r oi.er.in. cleaoing and rep«itlng lewer ihr u^'. If ^k ''j :»i ( Ward, of the Cltj of Mllwauk. , the !tt il '• w •' T .'"*t 'l-i. t;.^ ' . i v ( , t - i -„ '- .. • 41; ".i:i! J -ftul ^ I.l.-Tk.r-- I. 1,L "''.- ' * if, Ih.- -xp-':!t^. .r ..,.,- I., «i ;.tr .t .ne •* e-- 'ii f .1 -.f,r ,....i;i •• - ' • > •! ' \ rf t *r ,ty ,w.. ^_ , ' . ..foer ..I -aid «e5t Aaif ,i th«. ,..,irh .e ,., .1., ..ue Li.rr^ol lefi.lu, •»,,,« "'. - ,kil) , I»,b9 ih, .. ,. »_,i le .e »»,! ! „, . lfl , ,».., ,.. , rv • -'I T^e Dlsl I 1 [ L/.. a.-- «., itn i.i 1*4 •*: Mr. Riclrtnood's lecture on t EUROPEAN WAB coming, is postponed to Sat nrday evening, May 28th, at 8 o'clock, in Albany Hall. Admission, single Uoket, 25 cts , at Herman's book store, and at the door; families with ohildreji 16 cents. At a meeting of tbe Board of Directors of the La Crosab.and Hilwankeu Railroad Company, eleote^, on the 26th inst., present, Nuwcomb Cleveland, Henry C. Cabell, Cicero Comstook, Johtt Lookwood, Orville Oddle, Qeo W. Pratt, 4. B. Harris and F. 0. Blck- inson, tbe following officers were elected: President—Mewcomb Cleveland, of Wanke kan, III. ; Vice-Presidenti-Henry C. Oabell, of Richmond, Va. j Treasurer—Gictro Coinstook, of Milwaukee, Wis j Secretary—S. R. Kane, of Milwaukee. I N PUE3UANCK ofjan order of the District Court of the United Stated, for the UUtrlot of Wisconsin made on tbe Kin dalr ot May, A. D., 1859, I, Dan el K. Richards, A-silgnef, In bankruptcy of Joilab t u c . Clnre, will tell at Public Auction, al the Court Houst, n the city of Milwaukee, on the fifth day of July next, between tbe hours of nine and ten. In the forenoon of that day, all tbe right, tlile and Interest, which the •aid Joslah K McOlire had at the time of filing his petition to bankruptcy, In and to the following real estate, and In and |t. the mortgage hereinafter described and all the right, title and Interest; which I, at laid Assignee, have In and to the lamer that Is to say • Lot eight, (.8) Kgan'8|>nbdlTlslon of block forty-seven, mif i __*.'_* _^._*>.H«. Kj^iai... *«. rrti- V»» _m r. * t, ( ool 4?,) tehool tection addition to Chicago lock fort go, III. ; atio the . forth half (X] of Wert half (X) of Gut half, Of,) North Weit quarter (J^) of iecilon thirty. ilx (86,) town thirty-nine, C 39 .) Norjh range fouriwn,(U,) Eatt; and ne undivided fourth UOf'K. half (>f)otN. E. quarter . . Oof tec. twenty, iiW,)t6wo Ihlrty-ntoe, (89,) range orteen, (14,) and o je undivided halt, (X J South Wat qoarterrjiO of'iectl ofa twenty, («0,) towoTthlrti-blne, 83,) range fourteen/ (14,) and one-third (H) of Eait hnlf (X) of f«onihE»*l qn»rter(3,-> of lection eighteen, (16,) to>n thlrty-nlhe, (89,) north range fourteen! 14,) aliln • obk County, Illinoli, and eait of Ibt third principal meridian; Hud a mortgage , oo the above. the BoUth Weit quarter (JJ)iof section wenty, (20.) town thirty-Dine, rauge fourteen, H,) given to J. K MtOlnr* bjr W Illam Raymond, da" ted Angnst .1st, l63T, ; to teoire $t,7fiO, and recorded; '-' and twb, a*2) Inblotktfo, (l)Wol- i, to Chicago, In said Ooonty of Oook; and . altoloti one and ott'i addition 191 In block thirty, j(30,) school section- addition to Ihlcago, in i*ld Oattnty of OooV; alio lot one (l)ln lock rightetn, (18.) land lots fire, (B,) sir, (M'Mven,' T)»nfl «lgM,-(8,).lif block forty-threej M«5 in tbr ehool section addition to Jollet, Wilt county, lit. -• : t.a»Bji •* sVfrla_A«l. K l Xt^_.lOw*k.Wevn .1 " may20-dlaw6w TS L iereby gtrenthatf ._ 1 . ,„. )e*oanter»1(rned clrcoJattnj _ noteslMued by ti:"People's.Bank" at Milwaukee, jot b« preientcd at the office of the Banli Comptroller within three year» frim the date .of this notice or Uut the foods deposited ior tb» redemption of; laid clMnla^ tngndes wIlllxgiT^ np t» the said Banking AJSO- E L'H O4ROINKK, .1 .rauT.il »r BAYARD TA\LOK LKCT0EE3 BEFoRK TUB ¥ o u D g M e u ' N 4 H M t» r i H (i u u — AT ALBANY F —os- rlo>e Tll-J « -l , J Ti--r rT'i t L Oi(L>K.t, luo,,,-, ith ' , A yr i .tM' rr a •*>-r» . i.lu.-i.- . •, i i. " il •.. til T', • * ,<IV- .,-. ,...! . lu,in-'l *t-r , , • ftr^.l. m.i -,, „ ar r- >.i. ». :,'• ,t..r- • \l ,;.. AT 8 O'OLOOB Aui«cl->- H « S C O \V. M TicieU at tbe door ^k Do 8 o'clock precUely. op.eQ at T an €>» »MC%ITIIti: A T nooit'l Auction Booroj, No 4, fprtny ft , will b? told on Saturday morning. May '-'S, al 10 o'clock consisting of a general assortment of bomrhoM Fur nitnre, Cook Stores, Carpeti, io Bale posltlx. Terms caiah may«7 J. HOOD. Auctioneer. GREAT A VC TI OM SALE Of Clothing, Yankee bottom and Groceries, A T Hood's Auction Rooms. No. 4 Spring stree', Saturday morning, Mai 2Sth at 1$ o'clock, 1 will sell at auction a general assortment of Clothing, Yankee Notions and groceries, consisting In pan nf 100 hf bbb nea.t WhlteAsh aod Trout; S hf bbls Maple Cyrup, 10 chests assorted Teas, Cbe«e, *c. Also 9 »ne Hair tfattrasses, entirely new Terms cash on delivery, maj 27 j. ETOOD, Auctioneer Lost or Drowned. A 8MALH>oy, 8 years old , when Isst seen wa. Dih Ing or swimming. Be wort a black cloth jacket, with red lining: plaid cotton ptnts ; barafooted , and as his hat was fanod In the lirer, he Is bareheaded.— Any person knowing of hl« whereabonts, dead or a lire, will co of or • grett favor on his distressed parents and rasy«7 P. DiLCBY, Clinton strvet. Fifth Ward. 697] SHERIFF'S SALE. (New* STATE OF WISCONSIN, , C rcolt Court, Milwaukee Count j f Zelotos A. Cotton, I against v Ohrlstian Wand. ) B T virtue of an e-xecntlon Issued from saU Oourt, in tbe above entitled action, to m« directed and delivered against the personal and real property of the above -amed defendant, I have tvlzed and levied on the following: "All the right, title and Interest o< the said Chru- taln Wand, In andito the following described real estate, on the 9ih day of September, 1333, of hat since acquired thereto, to wit: Two seres In the west balf of sooth wast quarter of s-.cVon seventeen (IT), town seven (T), range twenty-two (22) eait, in the Ninth Ward of the City of Milwaukee, County of tUlwaakre snd State *f Wisconsin." w hlch aald property, 1 shall expose for ule and s U at Public Auction, at the Post-office, In the City 01 Milwaukee, oo >alurday, tbe 9111 day of July, 18S9, at the hoar of9r. M., of that day, to satisfy laid execution, together with the expenses of sale. Dated Sheriff's Office, Milwauket, May 97, 11-69. fl. L.L«. i A. J. LANGWORTUY, Pl'ffjAU'y. f Sh'ff. Mil. Oo , Wla. may27-lawow STATE Ot WI8CON8IS, Ullcaokee County IS, 1 , f"' „ _ . Probate. In the matter of the Estate of B. 8 Elnney, deceased. / VN thli itth day of May , i. D , 1 589, upon reading and W Qllog the petition of Adeline 8. K. Klnoey, stating that one R- 8. Klomy, of the County of Milwaukee, died mtestate on or about the 16th day of March, ISO, and pray Ing that she be appointed Administratrix oo thejtstate of said deceased : It II Ordered, That said application be heard before me at the Probate Office, in the City of Milwaukee, on 'he IBtuday of Jnne.A. D. 1849, at 10 o'clock i M. And U la further Ordered, That notice of said appli- Uon fand hearing beg) fen by publishing t copy of this order for three successive weeki, once In each week, In tbe Milwaukee New*, a newspaper printed In said city, prior lo said healing. may2I-la»3w By the Couit, ALBGBTBKTt H, County Judge. O8I4] CORONER'S SALE. STATE OF WKCON8IN, Circuit Court, Mflwauiee Oounly, I , f [Ne Matilda roote, against / Herman L.Page^Qeorge^S. Mallory, Garret! M. ntx- gerald, Sarah Ktifrerald, hl» wife, Thomat T. Reeve and Gilbert W. Roe'. =• Judgment of Iforeolosure and Bale. . D N virtue of, and pariuant to a Judgment rendered In- laia Co nrt, In the Kbore. entitled action, ahall expote for »ale and sell strpuMlo auction, at the Court H«up«Ur.he city of Mllwtoke*, on Satar* day, Ifee 18th day of JFunc, 18», at the hour of 3!*. M. of that y o day, the-toUowlng described mortgaged pre,mlie», or to mnob thereof as may be •xecasarytoraliethounoout due to the said plaintiff, Interetl and expenses of. jale, to wit : . . "Qtutrter block tirentyrnlnelWJ, to the east half • of the south west quartet of ieetlon No. twen- of the south west quar ty -one rU],tato«iihl lp No. serenlT), north of »««:«»• Trtnt Ward, ri. •»•»»•«•« of toefflty of Mllwankee, IntheCounty ofMll wauke* aid State of Wisconsin." Dated' Coroner's OBBce, Milwaukee, Dec. 18, 1868. rAUX)*ODT,l :!;:/,: EOHEBTWAflOS,Jr^ |.-{, •„,:; ,, Coroner Mil. Co., Wit i.iRCl IT L\'Lsr. i i[y (> ' H Iw^ ulir-- ) ^ O JL be complaint ID tniJ Action, whu-n ofiice of the Clert nf the Circuit Couri f ol Milwaukee, ai the Cuj '>( )litw«ui»t*. ly, *nd U» ser.-e » -^'py yf /-jur aa^w-i i_Om4jl»ir,l oD the subscribe r . , *t thetr RDI] 4 Albany ttuildiu^, 1-1 the -caul fit/ • Jay o( 90ch Mrcv>cc, aaU if > <>u f^i i.. tu-.w-r u.- plftlO' fruhio lh« time aforesnnJ, th** pi »i ms if wit to the Court for the relief d^man-.tfti in LJie L:oan Wvmr«4 the lion. AlirlUK M Jtj.ijfe n( Circuit Court for said wuuniy MllwaiiS^f, »t Uilwatiafer, U.IA 15L.1 Uy SHI S77j snr.it 11 v 1 L^cOSSl N, i Circuit Ooun, UllwauJtee C.i. I Andre* Miu-hel!, I ' John Coop r aud f rvv ! '-"" lr ' : *"'! ^a'* Us^ion Coot er t N virtue af auU pursuaut l.i i ju-l^m^in rendered in tbe aboTe enLitled actlou, daU;d April ->u, u^59, 1 snail expose for sale and mil »-. Public AUCIIOD, al lhe Host-Office, In l»,e City ,,l Milwitulee, a« irtiziy, ibc jo&li Uay of Auaruia^ 1359, at the hour o( -J p. «., ,if ihai Jay, ihe f.j.iowmi! described mort^aKeil premises, ur ,o mu,:li in may oe necessary to raise in* amount -jf ia-id ju Interest and ci.9.i, together w> ai r^^enn-n if foUow.ng, tu wil "All tbat pte.-e or ptrrel o( land nliuaip in \. County ,>f .Vlllwaulteeand8tate.it v* is^-ot known aoii described lu tae went half .1 uorth vest quarter of lectlou l'''). t.iwn two acr'e:*, ACcor.ltng to trie i Ulteu f^uild vey, cJtcc^iog one half acre lemted by j and Uarion Cooper or one ur iheiu to d District No. sU I o], in ilie T iwn of iire«[,a Mllwauk « Goumy , Daied Sh«rifl"l OtBi-e. MHiraukee. »l»y U, I "i l^qin A t.M.H.ii, i A. J. LA'.li WuttT Ati'ys f Sh'il. M.I. Co WISCONSIN, » Circuit Court* Milwaukee Co f Wlnzenrled, Johannes Sot4tuuix 1 Krcdcncb and-Christian Schmuta. agalnat oaeph it. Treat, Jame» VV. Stearns, B«nj«miu 9. dti]e«, Yhe Preildent of th r fanners t Mdler*' U»nk, Dexter ti. Britton, S. W. Whcelock, Horac*- U freeman and Ellzabetn, hU wife, CaJeD u. fatt»rt<>o 4a«i Patterson, lua wife. Judgment foreclosure I N virtue of an J pursuant t*> a judffintrnt rendered m •aid Court, in the above entitled action, dated March 5,18S9,1 thail expose fur *ale anU sell at Puhiic Auc- 4on, at the Post-Office on the corner of Wisconsin and klllwiukee *>tre«ta. In tbe City of Milwaukee, uu nrd«y, tbe ITtbday of .September , at the hour of 3 p. U. t of that day the rotlowm< described o^ortgaged premises or BO much.Lheneof a* may be ae- cewary to raise the amount of said j&dgment, interest and costs, together with expenses of sale, to wit: "Tbe south west quarter uf section number tU- Iten [15J. in township.Dumber seven [7j, uortb of range number twenty-out? ,«1 Juaat, excepting Qlneteen and 92-100 acre heretofore soH l>y Cbristlan Wlniearled and wife to Thutnas AL Rldd e; laid premUea being sltuitte lu Milwaukee County and State of Wisconsin." BatedBneriff'ri Office/llawaaate, -Uarcb IU. lisy. E. dpaaaikuaa, I A.J. LANGWoaruv, Pl'flU Atfy. . f • Sh'tr. Mil. Co., Wi». wlaw oiEctrrr COURT, i anty, WTs. f Jacob Half. State or Wisconsin, to Jacob Baff: Y OU are hereby icmmoned and required to answer the complaint In this action, «filch ha* this day. been filed ID the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Oouit. f the County of Milwaukee, at the City of Milwaukee, anl to lerre a copy of your answer to. ths said complaint, on the subscriber* at their offlce, In said city, within twenty dajs after th»*ervlce or this, summons onyoiveioluslTe of t tin day of-such service; and If yo» fall to answer the said complaint within tha tune JbrtiAld, the plain tiff In this action will apply to the toart for the iwlfef demanded In the complaint. Dated May lftJS6». w BOOB*PAHC1, PlalntUTl Attorneys, Mil- SK> I ( ) K K.\ 1 :>- S -I in <mnt tnd 'I-.1- j I) K. 11. K .N A r 1 U ->:.:i, : ., .' \ V . -n,, i.r ...n»,i,i.. i,,.. N--th.ill i! , is,.. M.^i.i*,.... ;,.. TT Deluding PniroonArv (.•m fcJy^.H, Kpilrpiy, Htfnnllr the Jmeaaes .1 uhn-ir-u. 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