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. - . ' I; 1 ' J 0 .4 3 j' 1; 4 ? 1 - j': I 1 if id r- toL38viUe ; From Mans5ldbjLexin5ton,Bel eville, Bitlcr, Khilar'j Mills, Maple Grove, Frederickto-.ro, 5Iouat Venxea, IJtica and St. Xani7i'le, to Newark ; From MaiwSeld by JShel . by Plymouth, New H.aven,Ce!trefcown,liavana, Pontile. MonroeTiileljnd Bloominville to San dusky; From Marion by DigIslaad,Cochraaton, Marseille!, Mount Blnchard, BlarehardBridge, Ash;ry to Finlev;LromiIurionby Letimberville, Bucyr m, Chatfi?id,Attica,Reedtown It Sherman toBelleviie; From-Marion by wilson end Rush Creek to lticbwood; From ftlarysville by Nevy California 'id Jeroiii 3 to Dublin ; FromMarys viile by Mouut Victory, Kenton - and Mount . Washington to Fialey ; From Marysvi He, by E-ke?s Creek to Kenton ; From Massilon by Canal Fulton, Clinton, Niinisila,Akro, Cuaya hoga Fala &. Stow to Hudson ; From raassillon by Nsvarre. Bolivar. Zoar.Canal Dover.NevrPhila- delnhia Tuscarawas, Gnadeuhuttea, I'ortwa-h- , iag;-onIi'ewcomentown, white Eye Plains arid west lAfavette to Coshocton ; From :irvsvii!s by Allen Centre, Coberley's, west middlsburfih. Last'JLibarty, Ra.ymor.J- and ZaiiSiileld to Belie fontaine; From 5iaynId to Gate's Mil's; Frcm Mc Arthur's by Elk Swan. Caiboo and Ewing to Logan; rrom JrleConiielvilI by malta, x'eansville.Cneetsr liart'.ott. Korlh Lmon, Dscaturville and ulrnore ry Little Hockhock- . Ina:; From McCenr.elsvilla by malta, Pcnns - viile, Stoc!nort, Urotvrrs mil, vratertownr, JJarber and llarmr to Marietta : From Medina by mallets Crek. Lichfield. FenHeld, welling- tan, Brighton, East CiaiKstk-M, aiid Ilartland to Norwalk; Fiom Middletown by Le Sourdsville and I'nnceto:! to Port Uiion ; rom milan to oan-..uikv ; t rom nn.-f ord bv Mulberry, Goshen Butlersviite, Pleasant Plain, Blancliester and westboro' to Nevr Vienna: From milford by Belfast, Edenton and west woodviile - to Blan- Chester; Frcm mil'ersbursr bv Berlin, winesb:ir and Deardo(P3 mi lla to Bolivar ; From millers- -. bare by Nashville to Loudoaville ; From mil ford by perrih's mils, marathon, inonterev, fay - ctteville Dodtfonville, Allenbartr and Economy mj jxinsDoro' ; From miiiertDurg Dy uernn.wai rmt Creek and Shanesville to Canal Dover; from xnillersburjr by Nashville, Greersville, Browns- . villc; NbrthLiberty, Shaler's Mil's, Palmyra, "VVaterford and Pulaskiville to Monnt Gilead. From Millersburg by Oxford, Killbuck, Van JJuren and Ridge to Warsaw; From Millersburg by Benton, Mount Jlope. Mount Eaton and west Tjebanon to Massilon; Froni Minerva by New Franklin, 3Iounfc Union, Mahoning:. Limaville andatvater to Edinburg; From Morristown by . Olive Hill, Barnesville, Somerton and Ttlalaga to Woodsfield ; From Morrow by Rochester, Clarksville, Sligo, VilmingtonjWilson's Staton, Sabina, Washington C. II., New Holland, Wil lauisport, Circleville and Amanda to Lancaster; From Mount Gilead by Smith's Mills and Whet fone to Corsica ; From Mount Gilead by Iberia, G ilion, Leesville, Weit Liberty, DeKalb, and SSiro to plyinouth;from mountGilead by Andrew's and Shaunk's to Lexington ; From Mount Gilead by Burne's Corners and Harmony Township to Sparta; From Mount Vernon by Democracy, Jelloway, Loudonville. Big Prairie, Wooster, Madisonburgh, Old Hickory. Guilford, Medina, Brunswick,'; Strongsville, Middhburg, JParma, Brooklyn and Ohio City to Cleavelnnd; From Mount Vernon, by Gambier, wolf, Bladensburg, New Guildford, West Bedford, Tyrone and Ros coe to Coshocton ; From Newark to Granville. From Newark by Thornvill.?, Somerset, Max ville, Logan, Plymouth, Mc Arthur, Charleston, Berlin. Jackson and SciotoviHe to Portsmouth, rrom Newark by chatham, Sylvania, Appleton, and croton to Sunbury ; From Nashport by Per ryton, fallsburg and martinsburg to Utica ; yrom New brighton by Darlington, Palestine, washingville, Salem, Damascoei!le, mount Union, Darryville, canton, massilon.westbrool field, EastGreenville,iDalton, Number One and East Union to wooster ; From Newvilleby Has tings and barnes' to mansfield ; From New Hag esrtown by Lamartine, Kilgore, Shober's mills, Amsterdam and Nebo to moore's Salt works. - r.'om New Lisbon by Gaver's, McKaig's mils, Dungannon,IIastingaville and mechar.icstown to rarrollcon ; From New Lisbon by East Fairfield, East Palestine and Unity to Euon Valley ; From New London by ntchville, Olena and bronson to Norwalk; From New London" by clarksfield wakeman, llorence and furnace to Vermilion; From New Market by berry viile andfairfax to ioungsville. From New market by fincastle, Ajhridge and Russelville to Ripley ; From New Market to carrolton ; From New Paris by concordia, New inadiaou and fort Jeilerson to Greenville ; from New Pans to ISew westville ; k rom Pdew Pnila delphia by Stone creek, Rogersville, and bakers ville to chili ; From New Portage by Norton centre, western Star, wausworth anuKiver btyj to mcdina ; from New Richmond by New Pal estine, mount pisgaJi, Locust corner, batavia, Owenville, JNewtonsvnle, Juenton. west wood viile, and blanchester to Edwardsville ; from Nawton's falls to miltcn; from North f airfield by llioleyville to Greenwichbtation; fromJNorwalk bj peru.Norlh fairfield andSteuben to new.havenj j'rom Oberlin to La Grange ; jfrom'Orange to y ungsl.own; from Oneida mils to Leesville; from Oxford by mixcrsvi!le,Ia., Springfield and w hit- comb to brookville ; Irom painsvule by mil house, Thompson, South Thompson, mountville and Huntsburg to Middlefield ; from painesbor ough in Highland county to Tranquility; from painsviile by North Bloomfield to west Green ville, penn. from piketon by Gibson to flat. from paulding to charloe ; from piqua by Lock ington, 'Houston, wynant, Loromies, minster, New bremea, St. mary's, Kossuth, Deep cut, arcadia, Delphos. Doylestown, Dog creek, mu rot, charloe to Junction ; from pitlsburg, by Courtney viile, Sewicklyville, Sewickly bottom, Economy, baden, freedom, beaver, Rochester, New brighton Darlington, Enon Valley, East Palestine, Nw waterford. columbiana, Salem, Damascoville, East westville, aliance, mount Union, marlboro', maxino, South Rome, Louis ville, canton, massilon, North Laurence, baugle iaan, Onville, wooster, milbrook, big prairie, plympton, Iireve, Londonville, perryvill,Lucas andmansfield to crestline ; from perrysburg by millonvilJe and weston to Gilead ; from Peters burg by New Springfield, North Lima and East Lewistown to columbiana. , from Poland by East Lewistown to Columbiana From Poland by Youngstown, Girard, Nile?, Warren, Champion, South ington, Farmington, Parkman, Burton, Claridon, Chardan, concord, and Painesville to Fairport ; From Polk by Albion, West Salem, Lodi and Lafayette to Me dina ; From Portsmouth by Rockville, Vance burgjSiouts'.Maliaia.Concoid, Ebersolk's Ware house, Manchester aud Maysville to Cincinnati. From Portsmouth by SciotoviHe, Wheelersburg, franklin furnace, french Grant, Hanging Jlock, Ironton, coal Grove, Greene'3 Store,Burlington, Guyandottc, Va., Quaker Bottom, Miller's.Swan Creek, Green Bottom, Hereford, South New castle, Raccoon Island, Gallipolis, Point Pleas ait, Addison, Cheshire, Silver Run and Salisbury tD Pomeroy ; From Portsmouth by Scioto to Iron furnace; From Powhattan Point by Captiana, Armstong's Mills, Bcallsville and Pilcher to I Malaga; From P.ovidence by Gilead, Shunk, Mcdary and Buckeye to Pleasant ; From Rains borough to Tranquility ; From Ravenna by Shal ergvilie, Freedoc-i and Garreltoville to' Hiram; From Recovery by St. lienry's, and St. John's to Minster ; From Republic to Bucyrus ; From Republic by Adam's and Butternut Ridge to CJreene crek ; From Recdlown by North Nor wich to Sleubn; Fiom Ripley by Decatur, Kckiaansvil le and North Liberty to Yungstow- ; From Ridon by Brown's corners and Bloom to Woodbury; JFroa Rochester, Pa., by beaver, ladustry, Smith's Ferr:-, Little beaver bridge, Q.j ciIcuUa,car.non's Mills,New Lisbon, bnck'-, New Garden. New Alexander, New chimbers burg, Moultrie, N:w frankiin, Pari3 and Ozna b irg to cautoii ; From Ilichmondale by London derry, Eg!e mills, and b'oomingsville to Logan; From SdliEien'iJle by mechanicstown, ScrogsS- -e!d, Ilarlaem Spring Kilgore. Germano and fife to cadiz ; Fiom Sabina by Qninn's mills and . Lee'j creek to Highland ; From Salem by North Georgetown to Winchester ; From Salem by New Albany, canfield, Orange, Ohls Town, Warren, bristolville, North bloomfia Id, Orwell, Kime, morgan. EagSevile and Sf?rson to Ash-- tabula; 1 10m Sxidnsky to Toledo; From -Sam-piou by Abbottsville tn Greenville ; FroniSeven mile by Jackoonboro-igh. west Ellkton. Gratt?, west Alexandria, Lewiiburgh, Euphcmia, Hag- : rstown, catine and f jrt Jelfjrson to Greenvill ; - : From Senecaville Iv JJudilo and Dy- oo - to camliridf ; From Shaionvill9 by i We3t Chester, Bethany and Monroe to Blue Hilj rrom Shelhy by .De Klb and Sulphur Springs to bucyrns ; rrom fcaorp'arorKpy i'leas anfc Vallftv. woodv'a mill- Roiseau and chanev villeto McCormellsville : 'rrom Sheffield Lake by Avon Lake to Dover ; rrom Sidney by Pratt, Quincv, De Grafif and Logansville to bellefon- tainei irrom Shalersville-bv Streetsboro. Hud sun, Peninsula, Ritchfield and Hinckley to brunsvriclc; rrom Somerset to i Jacksontown ; From Sidney by Valentia, Dinsmore, Wapah konetta, Lima, Kalida and f ranconia to Charloe; From Mmmon's Kan ny iMouawi to Piew. Uas- gan's fork, Jasper Piketon, Beaver5 and Mea dow lirancn to Jackson; From Somerset by Ke hoboth, New Lexington, Pike, Whippstown, Sir.day Creek, Hartleysville Cross Roads, Trimble and Millfield to Athen?;" From Spring field by Donnelsville and New Carlisle and fajr Mount to Troy; From Springfield by Tre-, mom. ana lerreiiauce to jorinainpton; rrom Springfield byHarmony, Vienna" "Cross Roeds, bummerford, vv est Jenerson and .Alton to Uo Iumbu?; From Springfiald hy Enon, Fairfield, jieisly and llarsmnansvme to Dayton; From bprmgiieid by Urbanna, West Liberty, Belle fontame, .Huntsviile, New Rickland Belle Centre, Kenton, Salvia Forest, Carey, Whar tonsburg, Adrian, TiiSn, Watson's, Station, Green Spring, Clyde, .'Castalia to Sandusky; jrrom prlngllelcl by iMecnanicsburg, .iMiliord Centre, Marysville, Little Mil Creek and Scioto Bridge to Delaware; From St: Clairsville by East Richland, Uniontown, Flushing xind New Ainens to Uadiz; From bt. ClairsviUe by Uor inth, Jacobsburg, Captina, Ring'a Mils, Arm strong's Mils, Beaisville, Woodsheld, Filcae Hunter, Lampsville and Demo3 to St. Clairsville; From St Joseph's, by William's Centre, Ney and Urunersburg to Uenance; J?rom br. . Jo seph's by Artie,- Hamilton, Ia.i Steubenville Angola, Flint and Brushy Prairie to Lima; rrom St. Mary sby Celina, Skeel's Cross Roads, New Corydon, la; Timber Lost, Linn Grbve, Vera Cruz, Bluffton, Murray, Markle and Hunt ingdon; From St. Marys by Celina, Neptune, Boetia, Mercer, Shane's Crossing, ' Wilshire, Pleasant Mils, la; ' Decatur, Monmouth and Root to Fort Wayne; From Steubenville by Bargar's Shop to Mount Pleasant; From Steu benville by Winterville, Richmond , Annapolis, Germano, New Ramley, Scioto, Conolton, New Hagcrstowh, Leesville, Rockford ' and New Philadelphia to Canal Dover; From Steuben ville by Island Creek and Knoxville to New Somerset; From Steubenville by Wintersville, Bloomingdale, Hopedale, Cadiz, Cassville, Moorfield, Smyrna. Londonderry, Antrim, Win chester and Cable to Cambridge; ! rom Steubenville by Browning's Mils. Island creek, Knoxville, New Somerset, Mitchel's Salt works, Moore3 Salt works crox lon, Salineville, Inverness and West Beaver to New Lisbon; From Steubenville by winter ville cross creek, Richmond East Springfield, Amsterdam, Harlem Springs, carrolton, JNcw Harrisburg fandl waynesburg to canton; From Strasburg by frieburg to Paris; From Sunbury by VaiFs cross Roads, Porter, Sparta,frederick townand Shaler's Mil's to North Liberty; From Sunbury bv Porter, Kinston centre, Nimmon's cross Roads, Marengo, Bennigton and Lincoln to Mount Gi'cad; irom Sunhbh by Jonesville and Rocky Narrow to woodsfield; From Sunfish by care's to bardis; Irom loledo by Lrenoa, Elmore, fremont, clyde, Belevue, Monroeville, Milan, Norwalk, Last Townsend, wakeman, camden Station and Oberlin to Grafton Station; x rom Toledo by Java, Ai, Parcher's coiners, Emery, Blanc, Deer Lick, Domestic, Bridge- water, Netttle Lake, Fish creek, Indiana and Angoia to Lagrange; Irom lililn by Adams, Green Spring, clyde, York, North Ridge, Towns- end and castalia to Sandusky; From Tiffin by Bascom to Sconer; From Tillln by Republic, west Lodi, flat Rock, Bellevue, Groton centre and cook's corner to bandusky; broin loledo by Hardy, Swantown, Delta, Essex, Ottokec, Zedron, Alston, Ldmira, west Unity and Uur bin's corner's to Bryan; From Trey by coving ton, Robinson's and New Harrison to Greenville; rrom 1 upper's Plains by Long Bottom to cnes ter; From Twinsburg by Solon, Orange and At water to Edinburg; From Union by centre, west Baltimore and Ithaca to castine; From Upper Sandusky by Belle Vernon, Sycamore, mexico, melmore and Blooming viile to Repub lic; From Upper Sandusky by Browntown to marseiles; From Urbanna by westville, St. Pa ris, Allen's and fletcher to Piqua; From Urban a by westville, milerstown, careysville, Pales tine'and Plattsville to Sidney; From Urbana by westville Baker, christiansburg and casstown to Troy ; from Van buren by portage cross Rroads, Ten" mile creek, North Ridge, and belmore to Ridgeland; from J-Vaughansvilie by Gomar, Delphos; Van wert and Recruit to fort wayne lydiana; From walhonding by Tiverton and Danville to Democracy; from wapahkonetta by Unionopolis, wa3nesfield, Roundhead and McDonald to Kenton ; From Warren by Bazet ta, Mecca, Greensburg, Phalps, New Lyme and Lenox to Jeilerson ; From Warren by Lofdstown, North Jackson and Ellsworth to Salem ; From Washington by New Gottengen, Senecaville, Mount Ephraim, Sarahsville, Olive, Sharon, Gardner, South Olive, Regnier's Mils and Clay tona to lowell ; From Washington C. H., by Staunton, Moon's, leesburg and Samantho to Hillsboro'; From Washington C. H., by Jefferson ville, South Solon, Grape Grove, Jamestown, New Jasper, Xenia, Eureka Mills and Bell brook to Centreville ; From Washington C. H., by Convenience, Austin and Frankfort to Chil licothe; From waterville by Groeveland, lavo na, west Barrc, Ridgev-ille Corners and Oak to Br3ran ; From waynesville to Springboro'. From welsviile by Glasgow, west Point, New lisbon, franklin Square, salem, North Birming ham, North Benton, Deerfield, Edinburg aud Campbellsport to Ravenna ; From wellsville by Inverness, salinesville,IIastingsviile,Norristown and Augusta to Minerva; from wellsville by East liverpoohlittleBeaverBridgeandOhiovil'e to A- chor ; from wellarsvilie, Columbiana county by Knoxville. Kicftmond, Jiloommgdale, smithneld, mount Pleasant and colerain to st. clairsville. From west Jefferson by .west Canaan, Dariy creek, Darby Plains, Rose Dale, Mechanicsburg and Mutual to Urbana; From west Jefferson by Wahoo to Mechanicsburg ; Fromwest Liberty by Pickcrlton to Delaware ; From west Milton by Lanra, Painter creek and Poplar Ridge to Greenville: Irom west Union by Wagoner's Ripple, Stout's, Rockville and Friendship to Portsmouth ; From Wheelersburg by Junior. Kalley'3 Mills, Elizabeth, Campbell, Patriot and Thurman to Vinton ; From Wheeling Va., 5y Martin's ferry, O., Colerain, Mount Pleas- Adena. liarrisville, snort creek, Cadiz, Daersville, feed Spring, Ulirksvilie, New Phil adelphia canal, Dover, Strasburg, DeardoofFs Mills, Frease's store. Mount Eaton and Apple creek t Wooster; From Wheeling, Va. by BridgeportJO., St Clairsville, Lloydsville, Mor, ristown, Hendrysburg, Fairview, 4Middleburn- Washmgton, Cambridge, JNew Concord, .Nor wich and Bridgeville to Zanesville ; From Wheeling, Va. Short creek, Warrenton, O., Wellsburg, Steubenville, O., Jeddo, Elliottsville, Port Homer and Mouth of Yellow creek to Wellsv.lle ; From Williamsburg: by De La Pal- ma, Union Plains, Buford and Nevin to New "Market; From Williamsburg by Sardinia and Fincastie to Scott ; From Wiikesville by Eagle furnace and Winton furnace fo Me Arthur; From Williamsburg by lievr Harmony to New Hope ; From Willoughby by Mayfield to Gate's mills;, irom Wilmington by Oakland and Harveysburs: I to Waynesville ; From Wilmington by port wil- j liam, Paiatersviile, JLumberton and New Bur lington, to spriug Vallev; From Wilmington by New Antioch, gnow Hill, New Vienna, high land, .Leesburg, Centreneld, Greenfield, soutn S iI5m and Latta's to Chillicothe ; From Wil mington by Cuba, Martinsville, Lynchburg. Sharpsville and Wilettville to Hillsboro'; j rrom Winchester by Mmersville, 'Paou, and Albany to Po.t Washinjrtoc;; From Wood viile by whitestown, Ottawa, Port Clin ton and Marblehead to Sandusky; From Woods field by Lewisviile, Sammerfiold, Byrne, Staf ford, Masterton, Harrietsville, Middle creek, Rrxrnipr'a mills. Anrplia. T rn-o- Q.larn Tnnn and Fearing to Marietta; From Woodsfield by Gray3ville, Antioch, Cochran's Landing, Jolly, Flint's mills, Lawrence and Lower Lawrence to Marietta J Faom Wooster by Mooreland. Mill Brook, Shreve, Nashville and Black creek to Hnmphreysville ; From Wooster by Plain, Reed3bnrg, Jeromesville, Haysville .Mifilin, Atmsusld, Ontario, Riblett';-Gallon ?nd Olen- tangy to Bacyms; From WoosterbySmithville, JlarsnalTille, Kaston,, Chippew Johnson7 corners, New ; Portage,- Akron.: nfiddleburys Talmadge, Bi'imfield, '-Ravenna, i Charlestown, V00stef by New Pittsburg, ; RdorVAshland and west Windsor to Mansfield ; . From Wooster by Blacklyville, Mohican andfMcKag to Perty vilre"; Frpm Wooster byR6binson?s woolen fac tory, Uniontewn . and Lafayette to Savannah ; rom wooster oyuooptr, Cedar ', Valley Con gress, west Salem;4 Homersville.' Soencer and PennfieldT tq La Grange j From , Youngstown by cnurcn mil, Vienna rowier, Johnsonville.Gusr tavul, Llndenriile, Cherry valley jmd Dorset to Jefferson ; From Xenia by Alpha, Zimmerman's, williamstown, Dayton,-Liberty. Ne w Lebanon Johnsville, west Alexandria, Eaton, . Upshur, New westviire, Richmond, la., Centreville, East Germantown, Cambridge, Dublin, Lewisviile, w5aoa) jvaysviue, ingstown cnarlottevilie, Kinnard, Greenfield, PhiladelDhia and Cumber land to Indianapolis; From Youngstown by Huh bard, Brookfield, Hirtford, Vernon, Kinsman's, willlamsfield, Andover', Richmond center, Pier pont, Monroe center and coutb- Rids'e to Con- neant; From Youngstown by Coitsville to "New" uecxpra. I'a.; irom young Hickory by- High Hill and Ridgeway to ('. Duncan3 falls j From Zanesville by Putnam,' white - Cottage, Fulton ham, Sego, Somerset, Rushrille, weet Rushville, Market, Sugar Tree Ridge, Scott, Eckmansville; Benton viile, Bradyvilie and Aberdeen to 'Mays ville, Ky.; From Zanesville by .Duncon- falls, Blue Rock, Rokebj, McConneLsyille,iNeelys ville, Beverly, Waterford, coal Run and Lo'wel,' to Marietta; k rom Zanesville by Shannon to f ra zeysburg ;. From Zanesville by west zanesville, Muskingum, Dresden, Adam's mills, Gonesvi lie, Rogcoe, Coschocton, Canal, Keene's, r.Clark'Fj' Millershurg, Holmesville and Fredericksburg to W ooster ; 1 rom Zanesville by Hopewell, vra tiot, Brownsville, Linville, dacksontowii, ' He; bron, Kirkersville, Etna, Revnoldsburc and Hi- berniato Columbus; From Zanesvlile by Put nam. TVTfwf:on. - T?i!avilI TJonrnrfnn "' Ti'in'rloT- phla, Hall's Valley and Malt toJMcConnelsville, From Zanesville by East Greenwich, Adams-! viile, Otsego and Plainfield to Whits Eye Plains; J? rom zanesville by cnandlersvilie and Rich Hill to Cumberland ; .From Zanesville by" Rix's Mills, Cnandlersvilie and Fulland'a to Cumber land, From Zanesville by. Symme's creek, baitnneidand will's crees to cosnocton ;.From Zanesville by Lexington, New Lancaster, Cir cleville, Washington, Wilmington and' Morrow to Cincinnati ; From Zanesville by Nashport. Hanover, 'Clay Lick, Newark, Pataskala, Co lumbia centre, tiiberma and Black Lick to Co lumbus. To be Continued. Hie Great West Five more Jeiv States. There is a country - now almost a ' wil derness lying between Missouri and Califor nia, that in a few years, will be populated by a thrifty, and enterprising people. Be sides Kansas and Nebraska, according to accounts of those who haye explored the country as stated by Mr. Benton, before the Maryland Institute, there is a territory near ly in the lattitude of Maryland, that is well adapted to cultivation and settlement, suffi cient and capable of forming five more new States. The line of large states now stretch ing halfway across the centinent, Pennsyl vania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri, may be matched bv an equal number of States between Missouri and California. "Mr. Benton takes for the first State the eastern part of the territory of Kansas,from the eastern frontier of the territory half-way to the Rocky Mountains. It is composed of thp well-wattered vallev of Kansasaual to that of Egypt in fertility, the vallfy of the Arkansas, equally well watered, but somewhat less fertile, perhaps, abounding in rock-salt and coal, and between them .a vast elevated prairie destined to become "the bucolic region of our America.' , The second State would be formed of the western half of Kansas, in which lies the valley of the upper Arkansas, represented by Fremont as well watered and fertile, with a mild climate and short winters. It is abun dantly wooded. Of its benign climate and rich vegetation Beale and Heap gave a most favourable description. These two States will each have a .territory . of . fifty thousand square miles, and according toJMr. Benton they will probably be ready for ad mission into the Union within the two next years. For the third State Mr. Benton takes a secton of the Rocky Mountains from the 37th degree of north latitude to the 41st, exten ding two hundred miles east and west, ma king an area of six thousand square miles. This includes the fine broad upland valleys called the Three Parks, resembling that of Ccele-Syria in Asia,except that their breadth is greater. Besides these, there is an end less labyrinth of small grassy valleys with a mild ciimate,vvell-watered, and overlook ed by loft) 'ct-9t one of which, Pike's Feak, is f nc 01 this beautiiul western scribed by paradise." ' J&e valleys are de- ap, as '.'the hunters For the fourth State Mr. Benton takes the valley of the Upper Colorado, extending one hundred and fifty miles from the .wes tern base of the Rocky. Mountains tq. the eastern base of the WahsatchanfLAnterria ranges, with a length of three or four, hun dred miles from north to south. Jt has, .a fertile soil,looking thin and sandy to the eye,' but sending forth a vigorous vegetation when impregnated with water. It wdnts only irrigation. The climate is mild, with a January like our autumn. This region forms a part of the territory of Utah and the process of settling it with white inhab itants is already begun. The fifth State comprises the remainder of Utah, and extends from the eastern base of the Wahsatch" and Ahterria ransres of mountains to the eastern boundary of Cali fornia. It includes both the Great and Little Salt Lakes, the latter of which - lies in the midst of a region far finer than that of the Great Lake. The evidence of the fertlity of all these regions, and their desir ableness as places of settlement, as quoted by Mr. Benton from the account of travel lers', is very ample." Evening Posf, Dec.6. Bzwton at a Pkemium. The Bostqp Post of Deccember 22d, says : ; - . The anxiety to hear Air. Benton lecture was so great here that tickets of admittance sold at a premium equal o that demanded by a curb-stone broker, for shaving a note. . It is said that Mr. Sapp, of Ohio, intends to introduce a bill into Congress for the re duction' of the pay of members from $8 to S6 a day, as an" offset to Mr. Badger's pre position on .the other tack , v Lancaster, Clear creek, T-arlton, Camp Char lotte, . Kingstown,v Chillicothe, Bourneville, Bainbridge, Rainsboro', Dallas, Hilsboro. New - XU CIAN J. EASTIN, .'.-... Editok. 1 - . FRIDJ1 Y JjlJflMRY 19,- i85& "Laws. We publish '"this week an exijra of the Herald, so as to get'thfcajgH withthe publication ot the LawsVj VJfext week we witi get through with the jpst routes. Then we -shall haYe but one olher act, to. publish, but what will be of interest to our reader si 'j CeVsus Wfc prse;.frqm ' whairwe learn, that the census" of this Leavenworth District, will, soon be taken, probably in the' course of the next two or three weeks: It is fumoredthat Dr.'Li:iB, is appointed to take the census', fir this district, though we do not .know upon whatauthority the statement js made. :; There were one or two other applicants. Judge Pa the had been almost unanimously xecommended , by 'our citizens.' .. . , . :. '." We learn Mr. Jolly has been appointed for the district above us and " Mr. M.'- F. Conway, for the Pawnee district. 1 ; Late Arrival Great Excitemeitt. Our . Levee, 'on the 17th inst., was the scene of considerable : excitement, ' by the first 'arrival this year, of a Boat. ; It;was the' magnificent Flat Boat, Dr. Sykes, sommanded by Capt, Geo. Brubaker, from St. Joseph, three days ; out, being detained by wind and ice. ' She had a valuable car go of lumber and grain.; She will imme diately be -placed on the Docks, and in; a short time come out rejuvenated, Tefitted and readyfor ferrying or freighting. .1 i ? Rock Citt. This is the name of a town recently laid ofF on the military road from Fort Leavenworth to Fort Jliley, and is lo cated between Rock Creek and the "Ver million, on a beautiful spot, with a heavy body of timber adjoining. It 'is about 90 miles out from the Missouri River, and has every advantage,' of timber, water and soil to make a considerable town. A beautiful map of the place, drawn by Wm. S. G. Ba ker, exhibiting the size of the lots, the public squares and avenues, may be seen at our office. Grasshopper Falls, is the name of a new town recently located on the beautiful stream called Grasshopper, at the Falls. It will be surveyed in a short time, and lot3 sold. It is a beautiful site for a town, a- bundantly supplied with water, with fine water power, good timber, and excellent soil, with many other advantages. The adjacent country is susceptible of a dense population, that must make the town a coun ty seat. Besides it is on the nearest and most direct route from here .to Fort Riley. Summersville. For account of this beautiful town site, see advertisement. The town is located on Stranger creek, about 16 miles from this place. The Govern ment road crosses at the town: It has many advantages to build up a place of trade. ... Pawnee. This is to be the town in the interior of the Territory. It has many advantages but few places possess. It is a beautiful site adjoining Fort Riley, on the Kansas river at the head of navigation, in a beautiful country. For a more partic ular account, see advertisement of Sale of Lots, 15th May next. Persons wanting to invest money in town property . in the Territory, would do well to attend the sale. Joint Stock Hotel. A proposition has been made by an enterprising gentle man from Missouri, to erect a Hotel in this place by a joint stock company. What say our citizer, and especially our city Fathers and property holders. There will be plen ty of business here for two good Hotels. Though we have a very good one now, an other will be an additional inducement for etnip-rants and others to visit bur town. Be sides t good Hotels give tone and character to the place. The effort will be made in a few days to see who will subscribe. A hundred dollars from each interested indi vidual in this project, will be amply suffi cient. And who is not willing to subscribe thatmuch, when he can be made safe, and get a good interest. ' We hope and expect to hear of a liberal response to this proposi tion. It is no use talking, acting is what we want done, to build up our place. ; . Delaware Reserve. -The lines as be ing run by the Surveyor, to ascertain the boundary of the Delaware Reservation, is. taking in a number of good claims of actu al settlers, and it is understood to run three miles north of the to wn of Jacksonville. It is also said to. take in the town of Osaw- kee, on the Grasshopper. , - The present line is only a random line, in order to ascertain the starting points, and when the true line is run,it may not include either of the above named towns. . : :- We see it stated that George Wilkins Kendall, of the New Orleans .Picayune, was recently married, in Paris to a French ladjv Salutadoria.Kcordily.'.:.l'-! - teaTenworlli Zts3?rospects Despite, the. efforts tof prejudice people aaiist Leaveb worth, afcout tLe title tcrLots, it Is going kBeasTrapidly' in infprovements. rhsre"Beed be 310 feafKfbr!if th3 towq tract aoaip-not pe lnciaqed rn the ongirai mii itkryceseryei the .treaty ; will be -.ciihged, or some mode efiecteoTby which valid titles ciin be given to purchasers. If is a self- evident fact, the treaty can never be carried into effect, and, were it not for outside influ ences the Indians Jhemselves would. prefer to sell their lands at a stipulated price to the iiovexnmentv 11 .Leavenworth is in the .original. Military Reserve, as it is be lieved, then, it is not on, Delaware lands, and, that reserve having been reduced .in its limits, would leave the town on public lands, and be subject to, pre-emptioh as atiyr other public lands! Vje say ; then to every one, you neejl tave no jtears about titlesfor you will as certainly get. as good ajnght to your property here, asvou can any where iri the Territory. ' " -; ' ' ' ': K L LeayenwoTth isihk point for a reat.com mefcialm so miked out by 'nature iif'1 contemplation: to build a-grand is. about central on. the Missouri river, and has a; landing f that' cannot be excelled.- Steam boaf3 1 rtin- this high up about nine uiuniiis m uie year, iroranere into me interior , are the rhest natural roads jn the world, which are extensively,travelled every year; by traders and emigrants,: to' New Mexico, Utah, California and Oregon. It must be the great outfitting and starting point for the plains. Besides it has a coun try back af it, that is fast filling up with an enterprising population. All the interior towns, back of it, will act as feeders Of Lea venworth.. They must all trade at some point on the river, and this will be the easi est of access for a large and extensive scope of country. ! Our ' country is well adapted to the cultivation of Hemp, Tobacco and Grain of all kinds. Soon a large surplus will be raised, and here there will, be a market, where the farmers and merchants can lay in . their supplies at better prices than going to St. Louis, or elsewhere. A bright prospect is before us, Leaven worth is already advancing, and will con tinue to advance as the country fills up. Fortunes are laid up in store at this place, for the enterprising and industrious. And in five years, mark our prediction, Leaven worth, will be the largest town on the Mis souri river, with its teeming population of enterprisinsr citizens. The busy hum of thousands, will then tell' the tale of this progressive age, of how cities are built up ip a few years, instead of as yore. It wont do for men now-a-days to fold their arms and wait for the' development of events be fore they take hold. If they want to keep up with the spirit of the times, they, must take hold at once, with energy and a deter mination to succeed. Strike then for Lea venworth, at once, if you would succeed, in acquiring property that will make you rich in a few years. Property is now com paratively cheap to what it will be. Come on one and all, go to work, in building and improving, and your labors will soon be rewarded an hundred fold. Tri-weekly Mail Squatter Laws. ' We have now a tri-weekly mail from the Fort to this place, jfarried into operation alone by private enterprise. Our citizens are a go-a-head people, and in the absence of mail facilities by the government, or of any Laws for the Territory, they provide for each contingency themselves. But we expect soon to have mail routes established. Our Delegate to Congress has introduced a bill for that purpose which will doubtless pass. VYe will then not likely have to de pend upon our own -resources longer than Spring. Our present mail arrangement costs only 50 cents a trip, which is paid by subscription. Mr. Lewis N. Rees, acting by common consent as Post Master, with ourfee or reward. We would susrsrest the propriety of having a daily mail. The tax for a month or two in comparison to the ad vantages would be but small. , We have also, what is termed the Kan sas JJeiaware squatter Association, who have framed a code of Laws, (in the ab sence of any. other) with a Constitution, which is rieady printed in pamphlet form, so that every man may understand by what rules he has to be governed, in our present unorganized state. Our people are deter mined to provide for themselves if no one else will. But this state of things must and cannot remain so long. We must have le gislative' enactments. A Legislature must be convened, and laws of a general nature passed,, providing for many things that a Squatters Court.cannot. Our Delegate has introduced a 'Bill; providing, for post routes and post offices, and we will doubtles soon get a mail established here by Government. Thus things are progressing. ' .''-: , ' Alexandria, is the name of ia town re cently, located: on-; Stranger creek,-; and now nearly surveyed. - It is said to be ! a good location, with plenty of wood water and soil surrounding the place to supporV a considerable settlement -We have seen: a a specimen," of cannel . coal, taken out, of a rich tein of about two feet in thick ness, found, in the immediate vicinity. " This specimen of coal we saw.'it is rich, and if it exists in as great quantity as is believed it ' i will be worth a fortune ' nuElnes LeaTenwortli. Businefi of fevsfyvkind is increasing in Leavenworth, j Mechanics of various kinds arefsettling ampeg fej. They are men loo, that give ';eyidence of their ability to go ahead. . JTwo Brickmakers are now here, pre paring a yard, and intend to make two mil- . lions of Brick this year. There is a great demand now - for Brick, and these Brick- makers, cannot,be- able to half, supply the demand. - If thVbrick can be had ,ttere will be during the" season two or three hundred bricli houses ptr) up jojsa$ nothingf the .framesc . .r., .' .. -J.IThere are now.two steam saw mills here, 3oing a . heavy business. One of the mills has a shingle, and lathe machine, and a grist, mill.' attached. Another mill would do a gp usiness,. Lumber,, is in great demand- every body; wants to build, but they cant get the material. - - ' - We -haye a-large and oommodious thre story Hotel; and another one is about being built, and will be up by the first of , April. and inagnifi cent Hotel, fa cost about twelve or fifteen thousand dollars, by a joint stock company. A. good deal of the stock is al ready taken, and a; meeting will be called in a few days. We, already have the best Hotel in the Territory, and soon we will have the best above St. Louis. Two Lumber yards, on an extensive scale will be here in the Spring. The men are how here, making their arrangements. Orders are now being made out to have shipped by the first boat this season, some fifty or more houses, all ready to frame and pdt up. ' - , -' - - ' The timbers are now getting out for the erection of. a large Livery Stable, and by Spring we are assured it will be completed, and the proprietor is determined to have good horses, buggies and carriages to ac commodate the people who want to see the country. . a j t : ell. : a.T. 7- j,j.x. scluuu xjivciy outuie is m cuuuriupia- tion by a gentleman well calculated for the business. Both will pay well, gentlemen, and besides competition is the life of busi ness. A large and commodious steam Ferry Boat, is being built expressly for this place, and .will be here early in the Spring. It will carry two hundred head of stock, and fifteen waggons at a time, and cross the river in five minutes. This will be a great convenience to emigrants and others cross ing here. This Boat will do a heavy busi ness next Spring, as it is expected there will be an immense emigration. Every day we see. more or less persons who havo just come into the Territory. Many of them are from Kentucky, Virginia andTen nesse, and others from Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Ohio and other States. Within the last few weeks, there has settled among us, a Shoemaker, a Tailor, a Blacksmith, several Carpenters, Brick makers, and Brick-layers, and there is still room for more of the same and other sorts. Leavenworth is the place where fortunes may be made in a few years, and where great inducements to the enterprising and industrious are held out. Who threw that Brick. . "Those who live in glass houses should not throw the first stone." The truth of this old adage should now come home' to the editors ol the Kickapoo Pioneer with morn than ordinary force. If a dis paraging allusion is made to their town they kick with all the force of one of the lohtr eared species of their kind. But they can publish anonymous productions slandering their neighboring towns, and it is all right. But now the boot is on the other leg, it is your Bull that has gored my Ox, and they cant I ear, to have even an allusion made to what a Pennsylvania Correspondent has -said against their place. We say with them we do net believe their town has "any mosquittos." Oh! "no. Tlie Artillery. Capt. Hunt, with his company of Flying Artillery, from the Fort, paid our town a visit on Saturday last, accompanied by Lfc. Drum. They were all regularly uniformed and equipped, apd gave evidence of being; well disciplined, and capable of doing good service. The whole company made a very favorable, impression upon our citizens, for their fine military appearance, and the good ""order and arrangement which seem to govern. During their visit our town had quite a military appearance, and we rather judge in any engagement they would be rather hard to take and though they made a fine appearance and were really good looking men, would , inTsuch case, be found ugly customers. They had along four guns, two six pounders, and two twelve pound howitzers, that were recaptured from the enemy at the battle of Chepultepec, whieh : had been lost at the battle of Buena Vista, two of the most desperate engagaments du ring the Mexican war. ' - , v Books, Paper, and St ationert. Those wanting any thing in this line, are referred to the advertisement of Geo. M. G rover, St. Louis, next doer to the Dry Goods House of Eddy, Jameson & Co. j .Main Street. He deals extensively in the above business and sells at the' lowest prices. ; We advise our friends to give" hira a eall, trhea Visiting St,; Louis. r i il : t J ; i ? i .1 t ; 1 1 f u 1 1 II V 1 ? r.