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   Democratic State Register (Newspaper) - April 14, 1851, Watertown, Wisconsin                               DEMOCRATIC STATE REGISTER. ACT concerning sales for taxes. The People of the State of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and Assercbly, do enact u Section 1. Section ninety four of chapter fifteen of title five of thv Revis- ed Statutes hereby amended so that it hereafter read at follows: All bid ofl for the county, ai provided in the preceding lection, continue liable to be taxed in the same manner us if such aale had not been made, and upon every return of such lands as delinquent, to the couhty treasurer, they shall be subject to tale under the statute regula- tions the same as nil other lands which may be returned delinquent, and sold for the taxes and charges thereon, provided, that if such lands are sold to any individ- ual or individuals at any subsequent tax or tax sales, the title, which may accrue to auehindridnal or individnnlsby virtuo of such subsequent sate can only be perfected by paying to the county the amount of the claim which may be recor- ded against such lands, by virtue of the preceding made to such county. Section S- That all acts parts of acts contravening the provisions of this Jaw bo and the same are hereby repealed. AN ACT to provide for the election of County Treasurers and Clerks of the Board of Supervisors: The people of the State of Wisconsin, in Senate and Assembly, The UungArtan Advices from .Constantinople, of the 17th ult., announce'that the question of Hungarian refugees at Ketayeh has wen definitely arranged. The Emperor of Austria has granted a full and entire amnesty to those refugees, on condition that they shall declare that they will not make any attempt to re-enter Hungary. Eight of them, however, are excepted Irom this amnesty, and are to remain at Ketayth until further orders. Amongst excepted are Kossuth and Count Bathyany. The Porte is to send a com- missary to thai town, accompanied by M. Elder, an attache of the Austrian Lega- tion, to identify those amnestied and to re- ceive their declaration. Those persons are then to proceed1 to Moudan a, where they will Gad a Turkish ship to convey them where they please. The" Turkish government will defray their expenses by sea and hind. Gen. Derabinoki expected daily at Constanti- nople, where he is permitted to reside, under the pi election of the French bassadov. The Russian government has demanded from the Porte a considerable sum for the expenses attending the occupation of the Danubiao. principali- ties. do enact as follows: Section The legal voters in the several counties of this state in which a county treasurers cierlt of the bonrd ol supervisors, or boib, elected at the Blockade of rrfport has reached San Francisco, that the1 French had blockaded Honolulu, The ,Alta Califofnian, speaking of the suhjecl says: are aware of some efforts made to throw these Islands into the hands of Great Brilian of some whose "tendency was to give to Franco. And we say distinctly, as before( that ere eilhef of these events can be the command of the Pacific Ocean hat to be won wiih more cost of money and blood to the power that wouH do the deed than either or both can conveniently spare. Female Teachers for young ladies left New York a few days (tnrtrr. MONDAY, APRIL 14.LS5J. FOB PRESIDENT IN HEKBY DODGE, OP WISCONSIN. JSbijfeet to decision of a National Cotnmtim. Soldiers' Bounty Lands. We call the attention of our readers to the Advertisement of Mr. Chas. G. Tucker, Attorney and Agent, at Washington City, tha-yaarly kdotf of in 'Wisconsin, U inside at 4ftJ cenis a head. The writer of the penes-Be Farmer that> on a wheat farm of one hundred acres, lOOHheep may be keptand quite an rnu6h wheat raiaed, as without sheep. Now let us figure a little, 100 head of t lit? v aiiu .nitdi i TT MQiiiaJM wu j since for Oregon, under the protection of 9ay to persons having claims for Mr. Thurston, delegate toCongress from' u general election in November, A. D. eighteen huml red and forty-nine, shall four at the genrial election in November, A. D eighteen hundred and fifty one, elect jlas DeBn n county treasurer arid clerk ol tlio board of supervisors, or either as the case may he, whose term of oftica shall he for one yea.r from and after the fiisi day of J-inu- ary, A. D. woe ihotiiand eipht Jiundied learn thai an affray which came vtty near proving fatal occurred in Cross Plains, on the afternoon of Tues. day last. An altercation took place be- tween Thomas Avlaucl, Esq. and Dr. James M. Haney, in reference to some properly claimed by said Arland, for ihe benefit of the town. Some words passed between them, when Hauuy drew a pistol and tired it at Arland. The distance that Territory. They go teaehers under the patronage of the Society lor promoting popular education in the West, of which Gov. Slade, of Vermont, is the efficient superintendent and head. Altogether, this Society has sent to tha new. States and Territories two hundred and four young ladies as teachers. the W. Bounty Lands 01 Pensions, that by calHng afour Office they can have their papers pro- perly prepared and forwarded to Mr. Tucker at Jrasliington, and by him they will be at- tended to before the Departments there. Official Directory. Enquiry is often made of us, as towlio.are the officers, judicial and executive, of Dodge and Jefferson counties, and as to the terms of the Courts of the tvro counties. That the public may possess the necessary information and fifty two. Provided, however, that nothing in this section shall be construed illcn things the parlies being 01 ly about jt is vHjndeiful that Mr. Arland We understand that Haney bound over. We regreithutl should occur tiinung us.1 raps members of the Legislature over the knuckcles for nominating Gen. Scott for the Presidency. It intimates that they havo gone u little beyond their sphere, und thinns the people ought to be allow- ed to make their own nominations, 'through delegates chosen for that pur- Free Press. UUMKSTEAD bill lo save to any family in Massachusetts a Thdt Thomas Arland is a very quiet and1 homesteader fart of a homestead, worth peaceable person we know, und if any j is now free, or hereafter thing ivns done or said by him '.o provoke be passed Senate, an assault of that chaiacter, tt tnust have without dissent. In its debatable Still obsurve that account cf the death cf George Featherstcnhaugh, upon tho Atlantic, on his way to Paris, is going the rounds of11B lhese matter9' we havo a the Wisconsin Press. This is a mistake. .reotory which we 8hRl1 keeP 8landing in Mr. F., a few weeks ago was in the city of Albany, N. well, and out of sorts, as du Lac Jour. Advertiser raps the whig first column hereafter. bet-n strangely aitleient horn his usual course ol" conduct. A legal trial >vi" asextendmg to cases, where either I llie whole the previously named were elec- j Statesman. ted at the general election of eighteen hundred and fifty, and aro legally tiUitlcd to hold their offices fui two jears. Section 2. That from and after said election in November A. D. one thcu- eight hundred and hfty one, county treasurers ai.d cleiks of the board of pcrvisors shall be elected whose term of office shall continue two yeais from the .first day of January succeeding the tiine of their election. Section 3. All acts and parts of acts conflicting with ihe provisions of th.s act are hereby repealed. Occident at East learn lhai a serious accident occurred ai East Troy, on the nighl ol the Isi insiant, by which a man iitiiut'd John FinzBr came near losing his life. Ho had aitended town meeting, and started about 10 u'clit at night, lor home, on horseback. He AN ACT for the relief of the several counties of this State. The People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows. Section 1. The Secretary of Stale is hereby anthorized and required ou his being furnished with satisfactory proof by the Boards of Supervisors of the seve- ral counties of this state, under the thereof, to certify to the amount of all ter- ritorial and state rcveaue, which has accrued from double Assessment and tux ation of property in said counliee. Section 2. The State Treasurer upon such certificate of the Secretary of State shall credit the amount therein stated, to the proper county mentioned in said cer- tificatn. Sections. This act shall take effect from and after its passage 1. L J had gene but n short distance before both he and his horse Were precipitated au open well in the Village. His cries anything hut brought assistance; a rope was lowered Kus- but ht na.s too much hurt to help bun the bill was carried almost unanimously; Mr. Austin of Bristol, Democrat, and Mr. Boyntonof Middlesex, Whig.ouly voting against it. Mr. G. B. Sargent, brother of the editor of the Washington Republic, has 1 been appointed Surveyor General of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota, in place of Mr. Booth of Iowa, removed. President Filluiore's appointments in the tvesl do not appear lo meet with the hearty approbation of hispaity fiiends; and this one, we imagine, will prove JLr- Wheat Raising- and Wool Grow- ing. By reference to our fourth page, our readers will find an article, copied from the last Geneaee Farmer, under the above caption. The necessity of the farmers of our state resorting to the cultivation wheat, or adopting some other branch of agriculture, is becoming every day. more and more apparent. The repeated failure of wheat as a full f rrp, with us shows that there ii something radically wrong, either in sheep at a cott amounts to of 50 cents for keeping, The experience of a sub- scriber of oura, within four miles of Water- town, in sheep raising is that the increase of a flock will pay for its keeping. If so, then the wool is clear gain. Our observation on the weight of fleeces in this State, gives us Staying longer than promiMd, A Clerical Scamp. A fellow calUny hinwelf the Otv. Mr. HAWKINS, a professed Hethtxliat preacher, a short time since came ihe upon the good citizens of the town of Trenton in Dodge Courtly holding forth to tha "be- nighted he Myled them for some days, without any visible he concluded to shake ihe dust from hii foet, and depart for other requiring his services. He then-fore requested the loan of a home from MR. HOLLIHBECIC of Trenton, tor the purpou of tour ofa Tew Joys. a heavier average than that yielded by the same breed of sheep, in the e IB tern We think that well kept sheep of the finer breeds will average with us pounds to the head. The price of wool this season will range from 25 to 35 cents per pound which will give an average of 30 cents per pound or one dollar and twenty cents per head, which after dednCttng cost of shearing, washing, will leave a clear profit of at least one dollar for every head of sheep. These figures, are no fancy work, they are founded upon actual experience) and as far as a market for wool is concerned wa are au- thorized to say that the money ia ready for the purchase of pounds the coming summer in Watenown, for the eastern mar- ket. The price will range from 25 to 35 cents for clean, vt ashed wool. Here. then, is a chance for our farmers to pocicet from 25 to dollars at a season of the year when they are making prepara- tions for harvesting, and when they have no crop from which they can realize sufficient Arrlvnl of Atrtcav Tbo Africa had 100 puaengcra. made the trip in 11 and 31 hwuf; occurred in Parliament on the Papal Aggression Bill. The second reading of which had been carried in fiMttfcf 438 lo 65. Tbo, minority of Roman Catholic members, with leading liberals, the Pcelitet, Sir Jot. Grant, Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Caldmll, who voted against the bill. In the House of Lords on Friday, Lord Lyndhurst complained of certain who were intriguing againat. Austria and other Stales, and were aroused, and Mr. H. started in pur- suit. At Vox Lake, his trunk was broken I the propriety of re-enacting the Aliau' for current expenses. Repeated failure in party.'Ms "in favor ofa judicious tariff, the wheat crop is last impressing our farmers with the necessity of adopting some other moans of resizing a profit from their labors and we think they cannot do betler than stock their farmj with sheep for the wool the mode of cultivation, or in our and mmton> wluch now commands a high We think ihe former is more tho occasion of i pr ce our rnariietS( together wiih the rais- ing of cattle and horses, and falling of pork, for which pursuits the londa of {Wisconsin are well adapted, and to which, stern ncccs- sull. One of the party present then de- scended inio ihe well, o hitch round him with a rope, and be was finally drawn up and sent home in a very bad condition, though hopes are entertained that he will recover. The horse killed, and at the time our informant left, had not been taken out. The escape of is miraculous, the well bring about 40 feet State. COM. JONES. The Washington Tele- graph says it is stated in conversation in public places lhat ihe President of the Qniied Siales will not approvu the find- ing and sentence of the late Naval Court jtfartial, in the case of this officer. Mr. Charles Power, a native of Wa- tcrford, Ireland, by trade a coachmaker, is master no less than fourteen langua- ges, including the ancient and modern Greek. Powers is a very young man. The challe'isre lo nil England to build a clipper ship built at Ke.v Yoili, in n voyage to China und back. the neighborhood of Corpus Texas, salt of an excellent quali- ty hns been discovered in large quariti ties. This must prove of inestimable value to all that border country. The sale of furniture used bj Jen- ny Lind in New Orleans, took place on the 18lh inst., and attracted a great crowd of silly people. The Picayune says: amount of the entire sale, for the twelve rooms, large and small, more or less furnished, was Th? fur- niture in Jenny Lind's parlor sold for has been accepted bv Thomas Tucker that in her dining room for L-- -1- sold old-numbered sections of Milwau- kee and Rock River Canal Grant for tho use of Seh ouls. The People of Ihe State of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: Section 1. It shall be the duty of the commissioners for the sale of school and university lauds lo sell at private entry, alt unsold odd numbered of the Milwaukee nnd ROCK River Canal Grant, at their appraised value, fur the of schools. Section 2. The purchasers and occu- pants of said lands shall to all the liabilities and benefits as provided by law for tho pre-emption and sale of the other school lands. Seciion 3. This act shall take teftoct from and after i's passage. of Liverpool, and as has been raised here (or building the Ameti- can ship, we may look forward lo a race lhat will occupy the attention of the whole civilized world. Whichever loses the race, is to be forfeited to the owners of the winning ship. A year will proba Block for 1ke Washington Monit- blucK of marble oidorrd by the legislature for the Mon- nment, completed, and will be forward- ad on the opening of navigation. The design is an elegant one, the letters and cdher devices massive, and standing out in relief; and the workmanship very fine. reflecting great credit on the sculptor, A. S. WOOD, Esq. of this place. Tht inscription is as follows: WISCONSIN, Admitted, Man 29, -4 D. 1848. No strained patriotic sentiment was inscribed on the block, for the reason, we pteaume, that the warm attachment of our people to the Union, has never been questioned or Jlr- OTBy the Ulster (AT. Y.) Democrat. wa learn that a most dreadful murder lately took place near that villige. Two named Clearwnti-r, going home JD a of intoxication, full into it dis- pute about driving the team. One 'of jumped from the wagon to hold the and the enhtsr followed, and with hy him to that he day. The murderer hM fetan aritoatad and lodged in jail. bly be required to arrange preliminaries and build the Navigation Boats, is fairlv resumed on Lake Winnebago. The Peytona, Capt J B Estes, in making Daily trips arou id tho Inke, carrying ihe mail. The ttadger State, Capt. Stephen Hoialling so far is running from Fond du Lnclo Strong's Landing, and calling at the intermediate ports. Both boats are looking neat as new. The Oshkoshis undergoing repairs at Fond du Lac, and will not be out, prob- ably for some 3 or 4 ueeks. The John Mitchel, Capt, Harris' new bo.it came to our whaif yssterday noon. Its appearance is somewhat unique and original, in llns repon, being; propelled by two eletn wheels. Ills particularly adapted to the river trnde, and is of light draught. There arc of course, no side paddle ooses., but has an uninterrupted protnwiade at the side, and on Telegraph. Dieastrmts News from the We are indebted to a gentleman ol St. Louis for the following extract from a let- ter Miles Beach, Esq., to his wife, in this city, giving intelligence of the most p.iinful nnd exciting character. We notwithstanding the tun hen lie source fram which these news proceeds, that there may provp to be icmo'mistake about it. Mr. Bench says i We have been in fanned that all the aliforniaemigration who started a few days ago for California, by the southern route, were murdered by the national if scaring for the 8380 75 that in her sleeping- apartment for the lowest article bringing SIS.' LATEST ON is announced in a New Orleans paper, that npnn the con- clusion of the engagement of Jenny Lind with Barnum in thu United Stales, he, in his turn, is lobe engaged by the Night- ingale, to make the tour of Europe, as one of the mobt remarkable living curi- osities of the age. A despatch from FreclericUcn, N. B., states lhat the bill granting assistance '.o the amount of one million two hundred and fifty thousand dollars to the Euro- pean and North Railway in New BrunswicK has passed both branch- es of the Legislature of New Brunswick. The Charleston Coitrier describes an orange, which is not all an orange, about one third of it being lemon. Late and Important from NEW ORLEANS, March'20, days later news from Yucatan has been received. The condition of 'the country was deplorable. A conspiracy has been discovered in Merida to massacre every one and burn the town. It was, howev- er, frustrated c.nd the leaders arrested and executed. fa i hire than the latter. There seems to bo a disposition among farmers to cover aa mucli ground as possible, wilfi this crop, because it is much easier raided and harvested. Year after year the same land is sown to wheat, until the very lie.utand substance cf the land, as far is it eotntitutes a good wheat sott, is consumed and destroyed. No additional deplh is given to the furrows, as the plong-h j turns tha soil year after year. The conse- quence is the mold below the reach nf the plow becomes hard and sterile, through which the roots of the wheat planl can pene- trate difficulty and therefore are obliged to seek their subsistence near the surface, exposed to tho scorching drouth, in summer, or lo llie heaviiiga of the frosls of winter, and open, and found to contain the tooltjor mak- ing bogusmonctj! Mr. H. immediately took the track for Milwaukee, whero he found his horse in the stable of Mr. Butler. The Rev. Gent f had soid him for forty dollars and taken the Chicago Boat, two or three days before. Mr. II. recovered his horse, and on hisreturn gave us thc.iboveparticulars. The scamp is described a man, with ex- tremely vnall feet. The fellow gave a de- plorable account to (he individual to whom he sold the horse, of his "ministerial expe- in the benighted region from which ho took the horse. The well known charac- ter of the region alluded to, a moral and upright community, this charge of the expense, rather a DRV JOKE at their is a "fixed that Gen. U. S. Senator elect from H. Island, has always belonged to the o'.d democratic act. In reply to' the resolution, Aberdeen said the Government disap- proved of Leave was granted to Lord John Rai- sel to introduce a bill for the batter administration of justice in the Court of Chancery. Tho bill the Lord Chancellor a salary of ten t'hodaiad pounds. Dolabreche on tba eve of proceeding to the Sublime Porta in his embtissuJorial character. He will first visit Rome, in order to coma to an uiuleistanding wivh the Pope oa tba subject of the Chmlians of the Bait. The French Government have receiv- ed information from the that certain Socialist agents am travelling lha country, circulating of Maz- zini and Ledru Rollin, and organizing under tho title cf Philanthropists' AMO- ciations, Secret societies.   mentation, of a fox caught It is said to be a very spirited Jane Wilson, one of the frornj1 VhiJadelfihia, implicated itV jfesinsr aj batch of counterfeit money, yesterday plead guilty and sentenced to five1 T. Paptr." raising a sure crop of wheal in With a depth of ploughing of eight inches, and a covering of three to four inches, by means of the drill. Wisconsin can average a full crop of wheat Iwo years out of four, is our candid opinion, taking tho average of our seasons together. Until our farmers adopt tome radical change in their mode of cultivation, we may expect the disasters of the lant few years, with ihe great staple of the country. Mora attention to the getting in of tlie crop, will necessarily lessen the number of acres sown, and consequently some portion of the farm must lay be devoted toother purposes. Now we will strite a proposition. Let every farmer devote just half the usual quan- tity of land to the growing of wheat. CASAL AND UNIVERSITY our paper to-day, it will be seen that the School Land Commissioners' advertise the Lands lying in Dodge and Jefferson counties for pri- vate entry. Carding machinery. Our neighbor, Mr. FORD, of this village, has just set up a new mammoth Carding Machine, and will have it in operation in about two weeks. It is a splendid affair costing It is a double machine, and throws off four times aa many rolls as the old machinery. We shall notice it further when we sec it tunning. No Daily Line through the Straits. Detroit Advertiser states thai there is no daily Upper Lake line of boats this season, as lit-rcloforc. The Norlh Shore Dnnmrk and Cleveland and Detroit daily lines, connecting with the "short by way of the Michigan Central Railroad, are lo f ft i, monopolize the greater part of travel at "cape. Only 800 English troops were 1 with him. rheir supplies of Rhode Islami Democracy utmitinnt. What c-xlrnordinary revoluiions in our popular elections, arc constantly greeting us at turn. 'Tis but a little tima Mnco we chronicled ihe fact, that out of iht1 31 pnn-rnors of ihe United States, the h.ul but one among those ftve, iheii assigned to "littla Kin Jy." Now, four remain to tha in the whole Rhode bits nho just elected the Hon. PIIILLH- 'o the office of Gover- nor, a stern democrat, by a majority of 000. Nut only dial noblu little elected a democratic governor, but the Elon. Mi. TiiuasiMV. deuvicral, and formerly in Congress, has just been returned nsfiiin to the W. PAITUV. Secreiarv of Sialo, WAt.Tia 8. Alt'y CrunernJ, an IE. WH.BDK TrcdsurL-r. A11 iletnociutt, about 350 major tv. In Ben.itf, 13 and 14 crais aic elected, nnd no choice from four towns. IL 23 whigs and 41 demo- ciats are cIi'CUU. In SIK no choice. Oi.o. O. KINO, whig, is elected to Congress in the Eastern district. The correspondent of the R.iltmioie Clipper Miyv. Itis rumored thru the Union, under the now auspices will urge Ihe of Senator Douglass to ihe Presidency! Tht re may be, and undoubtedly a degree of probability and truth in lha rumor. Various cncumsi.-uicfs aud ar- rangements tlial have come- ta light, give gr'oil reason lo suppose that three stfonjr paity papers, to wit: tho Union, the and the Statesman, (Ohio) will soon open the Campaign in favor of Senator Douglass, Gen. Cans will be thrown out of the calculation with very little compunction. The afTiit is very well wider-stood here among those having hnouU-dgu arid the putting of the mres. The itaxllali mid Kaffir War. At the last advices from St. the Kiiflir war wa-s raging at lha C.ipe of Good tlope uith great violence. The English wis in great He .sheltered by the British Fart, but was surrounded by 7000 Kaflrr tt'aniors. from u-liioh   wbo hare -com- puted the cost from actual experience, that over How (Bonton candidate) wan 687. GRAHAM for May is on hand as usual filled with pictorial and literary gems. THE HORTICULTURIST, Cultivator, Rene- see Fanner, Farmer, Prtirie erand Wisconsin Fanner are all on our table. The Democratic Review and Phrenological Journal have also been received. their own prirev The Wisconsin, Sul- tana, Globe and Hudson avo nil the steamboats advertised for the Upper Lake trade. The Wisconsin will leave Buffalo alternate Friday, the iSultana Wednesdays, the Hudson Tues- days, and the Globe Wednesdays. The Michigan nnd J. D. Morton leave every alternate Wednesday for Green Bay. Tax on law passed the recent session legislature requir- ing the town assessor to ascertain the number of dogs that each person has, and on each dog a lax of one dollar ;s lo be proceeds logo to ihe sup- port of ihe poor. The State tax for tho ensuing year is i established at three mills on die dollar. This is an iucre.xfe of one mill upon the amount of Inst year. This is accounted for by the tarae expenditures of the present fiscal and the fad lhat the erection of a states has been auth- orized. SUPPOSED 'Tlic Dundee Re- cord relates '.be finding, on Monday, the 17th inst., the decayed and decaying body of Albert Van Euen, aged about 38 years, in a ravine1 a short distance from Cameron Corners, Stueben County. On the find, ing of the body, which appeared to have been suspended from a tree, a verdict of suicide rendered, but subsequent revelations have induced a conviction of his murder, since it has been ascertained lhat at the time of liis disappearance, he had some in a belt around his body, none of which was found with his re- rfdv. ions were scanty, und, without speedy reinforcements, nil must have fallen victims to the merciless fury of the Kaf- firs. This is a true picture of the firat opening of a desperate f truggle, end of which cannot be foretold. containing the sou the fortunes full. 34 misers, nnd of 12 printers nearly Tin: EKIL UAILROAD Dunkirk published at the Erie terminus of the Railroad, announces lhat ihe President of tho Company was lately in that town and had completed ccssary steambojt arrangements for the extension of the passenger nnd freight business from thai port. Three steam- boats, the Niagara, Key Stone State and Qttren City, have boen chartered to form a daily linv in connection with the expren trains, as soon as tho Railroad shall be completed and running direct to Detroit. Th-: Journal arrangement vtill afford the moil speedy and direct communication when compared with tha distance over which il extends, known oa thiscoriiincnt if. not ID ibe world; enabling as it will, passengers to pats from Maw Yorx to Chicago inside of fifty-eight hours, over two of the best managed roadj in the country, (tho New Yoric ar.sl Eria arid Michigan with just eaougk water communication to make tba tnp pleasing and diversified to the traveller, and relieve him of the fatigue ana1 4uat always encountered on our beet rnaoagaa1 roads." COPPKR FACZD N. Y. Courier Enquirer, in a o( type, which harabcen would ba sharpnw of outline and brilliaaey at   

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