Newspaper of Evening Star, August 15, 1860, Page 8

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 15, 1860 Page 8
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? ? . _ . I???r?? THE EVENING STAR. VERY BLLE ! Oh! why 4id 1 not tall her sooner Taftt .ny h-ert?n 1 my lite were her own ? Whi. why did ! liisor ?o dlv. TJl Lore's chosen ?eft?oe hft<1 flown ? Now they m; she ?tom? ry another? And oh! if the ldings t e true, , Ttoaih I won't think of p<n*on or powder. 1 shall oertsinly took very blue. I thought it qui*e noedleas to hurry? T ere vis plenty ol limfl, to he sure. And l^ove by ft vow when you bind him. Becomes such a terribls bore. *Tw?* certainly not out of reftsoa To flirt with ft dosen or two ; But ftb ! she's to marry ftiuther. Aid now 1 begin to look blue. Now Iftds, let me give you ft wftrning Not to suffer ft m >ment to At ; For love it like h>ck in ft tumbler, To he quaffM while it softYklea < n high. If you wftit till its spirit hft* rftnish'd. The delay you wuuM be lik>-ly to rue, Por the f-tir one m?y slip through your fingers. Anu leftve you to look ve y blue. rv- a rv n. ia UllA T ur AIIKIC41 l/I VII It A Warder, an eminent Obto pomologist, writing la a late number of ths Cinclnnatua upon the decadence oforohards In tbla country, gives the prominent causes of failure la the following: 'Summary ?In tbia eaaar I have passed In rapid review, wltb aome occasional amplifications, thecblef cause* of the premature decay of apple orchard*, which may be attributed to a proper election and preparation of the soil; to neglect of cultivation; to exhaustion of the soli; to want of msnures judiciously applied under the guidance of analyses that Indicate the special manure or plsnt-fuod required; to excts?ivs fruitage and any maturity of tne tree; to old age; to the effects of grafting and use of bad stocks; to our breeding trees for fruit rather than for hardiness, vigor, and wood growth; to sickly sorts being propagated; to cold and sudden alterations; to excessive humidity; to diseases in the trees and fruit; to the ravages of Insect of various kinds upon ths trees sod fruit; and, lastly, to bad and injudicious pruning. W ith all these evils, to which our orchards ars so ' generally subjected, it is not surprising thst we should often ttnd them in a state of premature decay, nor that we should hear complaints of weir Ming not printable; but wbo would eip-ct a crop of corn or of wheal to be remunerative under similarly unfavorable circumstance*, or when subjected to such bitter neglect? No sensible farmer, surely." Of theae thirteen causes of decay at least nine are simply du?- to the shiftless management of ore bard ista They seem to forget that a good tree cannot be made out of bad material!, ou unsuitable aoil, without manure, and In spite of destructive pruning They Ignore the first dictates of common senae in thalr systems of management, and of course suffer the consequence ?Extkanft W* A very touching incident occurred at the funeral of Mr W B Clifton, who died In Louisville last week. Prior to bia disease he manumitted bis siav**, numbering some forty,a lar^e number of whom attended his funeral on Saturday last. During the march, an old slave, who bad been greatly attached to his master, came up quietly to the hearse, the fringe of which he respectfully kitted, and behind which he walked ail the way to the cemetrv After the prayers at the grave were ended and all had gone glVe the blacks, the old mm signed to them to kneel, and throwing himself upon the ground prayed most etieinentl v and tearfully for bia master and those ha had lef: behind, which so affected the listening mourner* that the place waa tilled with criee and groans "There is no peace on thta tide of the grave,'* r\ld a clergyman when preaching at the grave of a friend. "Well, old chap," eaidajolly jack tar, "you can come over en thi? tide, we are quiet enough here ' ? - ARRIVALS AT TUB HOTELS. NATIONAL HOTKL-J M Bowen. Md; L C larj and lady. La; Mm F Holt, O; S??o>diaaoa' d lady. Fa; Mm Ouudmu. do; Miss Brun,dt>; R B K. ison, Pa, K Award, lad; R A Huthins, N i;J iftiniat, Pa,S D Law, NY; W Vergries. do; VV H l,ntnm*r, A B Hoover, A Morton, K M&efardsrd, ! A S*ee:) , <>f N > ; K Chandler, I S>;J F Chisley. Id; B Harrias, do; J K H-gg,do;A W Thomp VOu, NY ; F Cant*. SC, W W Arn?t, Va; M >: Evans, do; W liilitwrry, O; VV tirlm, Va; M John eon, O: R Lloyd and iadv, L*; Mrs Van W?cif, W Y; H Seymour aud family, Ct; J Young, Mass; I VV -- ' r ~ ? ~ , vui.ik, nu'j mniiif, na; f >1 Baldwin, Biii, M s Piammer, Md; >1 Plummer, do; F tjalrd, Vt, Mr* Ba ard, do; N Harnaon, do; Mra S? Gaiaea. DC; J Adams. M l; Adams, do; Mm Chapman, do: A G Chapman. do; A Scheil, > Y R Marten, La; J P White, Mica; W Morrill, t; 1 T Kl.iuU. do; W II Van E?ery, NY; J Ba'il aa i lady, La; J Newton. Pa; J W Ruoinl., B L Warmer, J I) U*laway- J Barton, of Ga; J K Gatva t?. NY; Mra E H Kolfei. La; Mta? K,.|fel,do; B D Cloutman. Md; Q A Martin, do; C W J.tt, La. BROWN'S HOTEL-LJ Wyodruff, Ala; D J Qu;?.?>. Mra E MoKenia, SC; 9 H \\ i ej. NO; D Auoioud, J Baker. Md; W Cookenth, W Overton, T B OriMiinaw. C Wooli'olh, V'a; H O Pal'iiua and lam. F R Carter, J t* Carter, Mo; G Hi liary and it. Mo: J P Hidden Tenn: W Prout. Ala; W F?>r-a, NY; M VoCay. Md; R Eagly, W Farijr.i Horace, Va, H a Buckiier and ly. Kj; a Barbour, C Brend?, E 1'earry, J Sponaeiler, Va, J Carter, Mies Carter, Md. KIRK WOOD HOUSE-J Shower, Pa; R Per tar. Mo; J Audrewa, Pa; Capt Ben ham L'?*A: L K Boweo. Md, W Temp.etou and ly. Da; F Staff rd, NY; J BSmith, Md; J P??we 1. ky; Gen Harney, Dr Barnee, LSA; M Ash, Miaa; A Caake, C Jonea, | OCEAN STEAMERS' SAILING DAYS F&om thk Unitbb Statbi. SfiMuri. L*av?. For. Day*. Anetrajaaian New York . Liverpool. ...Aug, IS Groat fca?t?rn-.New >ork... H%l<f x. Ao Auc. 16 Kangaroo.. New York.Liverpool Aug IB trago .New York.. Havre Aug.18 urppa New York...Liverpool....Aug. ii tariatie ?New York Havre .,Aui % > rata New York.. . Liverpool.Anj. Jt ammonia. .. ? New York. .Hamburg?8-pt 1 a rabia. Boa ton Liverpool Sept. 5 Air 1 oa New York...Liverpool Sept 25 From Humors Persia...: Liverpool New York..Aug. 4 H ammonia. South'pton ..New York .Aug. 4 Kim..... .?...Liverpool New York..Aug. 7 Gnucow Giugow New York ..Aug. 8 North Ameriotn. Liverpool Portland. Ang. 9 Arabia Liverpool Boeton Aug. 11 N ?va Sootian.... Liverpool ? Queb-o Aug. II V^i^l*rbilt..M..~8out)rpu>iL...N0w York...Aug. IS L.jv?rp?oi....r?ew York...Aug. ?8 Jura Liverpool New York.. Aug. 21 Fulton South pton.. New York.- Aug 22 Sew York?_ .^'outli'pton. New York. ,.A>:*.2t North Bnton Liverpool Quebec -?Aug.25 Canada Liverpool Boston Aug. 29 ttoheuuau Liverpool Portland Aug. 30 The Havana mail ataamera leave New York oa the .id, mu, 17th, and 27th of each month, and Ca*rlesU>d <>u Uie 4th aad 19th. rhe Caliioreia mail at^*?"^ra leave New York ?n ?he eth and > th of month. 1 = f j? ?OOW>*T!^\ //AV i A ^ \\ (, DI8PATCM! %\? \| xI/T StTe lhe_Pieces! Am mwidmii will kmp?tn, evea 1m wll-rttmUud fmmiHtt, it la vary deairable to kare aome cheap aad convenient war for repairing Fnrmtnra, Toya. Or oak cry. ia ruarinS'l rUPiRIO 8LVK a all >?oh tmrMMN. and do hoaeohold eu afford to be without It. It ia alwara ready and op to the atiok.ng point. There ia no longer a n<*?*?aity for limping ehatra. apuat?r<Mj veoeera. h#v!l??a doHa, m broken craulae. It ia jaat the arCioie for o"ne. hell, and other ornamental work, ao popular with iadi?a of reiaemeat an* taate. Thi? admirab<e preparation la need onid. being oheraioally he;d in eolation, and aoeneaaing ail the alaaMe qaalitiee of the beet oabinet maker*' cl?e. It mar ba need in toe plao? of ordinary mnoilage, I Mag rut r more ad he* Ire. " USEFUL IIf EVERT HOUSE bow. m<M Z>?rai, No. 49 Cedar street, New York. Add rasa HKNET cTsPALDING \ CO., k Bos No. },COO, Niw York. _r?? m far Deader a ia Caeee oonuuning Poar, Plift,aad Twelve Dosen?abeaatifal Lithograph to Sfcrnr Cart aooompanying each package. -tET & A?Wi? MJIf* Of SPALDINWS PREPARED GLuS will aare ton times ita ooat an aHy to rrerr floaeehoid.-/"Tl Sold by all prominent Htationera, Draggiata. Hardware and Parmtare DeaJera, Orooera, am1 Vancy IStoree. Conn try raerahanta ahoald make a note of SPAL DlflV'8 PREPARED 9LUIF, when making ap weir list. It wiifitand any elimato. f* l?-?? JAOOB RKKD. Mtniicmn or MILITARY CLOTHIH6, BottnAiT Coanan flare wo ahd Sntvc* 8w., PHILADELPHIA. MH.lTAKY CLOTHS FOE BALK. ljgsejip^E^ i 1 m TRAVET.Kwa' DX&EOTOBY. N__ . CAPON SPRINGS. el~ EW and improved rout? riatha Muum Gap ail Road and the S?tra?- RT? irg and Capon Tnrnpike.UM HH only 18 mileaofftacinc 3^5 aoomfortabie and safe road. L*ave Alexandria in the ur*n*e and Alexandria Train at 7.15 a. in., t*ke the Ma .aaaaa oars at the junotion, arrive at Capon fy 5 o'olook p. m. Fare from Alexandria to Capon... #V0 From Washington to Capon 5 fn For informa'ion enquire at the Rail Road Offioe oomer of Sixth *t. and Pa. av.,'n Washington. %nd at the Tioket Oiboe on Union at, Alexandria, Va. jy l?-dt2othAmt | * fimHH Chan?k or Hovkb. Off AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, Jane 13th, I860, tram* will rnn aafollow*: Leave VVaatungton at 6 20 and 7 <n a. m. Leave Washington at SJO and 6JO p. m. On Sunday at 3 SO p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4.25 and 8 ? a. m. Leave Baltimore at 3.IA and 4J0 p. m. ?n Sunday at 4 25 a. m. Pa??en?er? for the fca?t will take trains at ftJO and 7.?u a. m and 3 20 p m. For the West at 7.4" a. m. and &S0 p. m. Fur Annapolia at 7.40 a m and 3.20 p. m. For Norfolk at 7 40 a. m. On Saturday evening the &?0 p. m. train fOM to Philadelphia only. 1* 13-d T H. PARSONS. Agent. NEW ORLEANS mar tbrbxi WITH THB CHOICE OF THREE ROUTES. ALL RAIL^^S^Via Orange and Alexandria Railroad TO LYNCHBURO: Virginia and Tennessee, East J^enTirttee and Virginia, Hast Twines*ee and Georgia, Nashville and Chattanooga, Memphis and Charleston, Mississippi Central, Avi# Orleans and JaeJtson, TO NEW ORLEANS! MEMPHTS" ROUTE: _ Memphis by R? l.thenoe by First olua Paokets to New Orleans. MONTGOMERY AND MOBILE ROUTE: Montgomery by Rail, th?noe to Mobil* by Firsto.ms Packets. Mobile to New Orleans by Lake Steamers TWO DAILY TRAINS?SrirDAis Incivdvd, Leave Washington at 6 a. ns. and 6 p. m. The Steamer GEORGE PAGE leave* her wharf foot of Seventh street at 6M a. m. and 6jtf p m. and oonnects at Alexandria with the Orange and Alexandria Trains for the Sonthwe?t Uffioe? Pennsylvania avenue, oorner of Sixth st. BAMAOB CHBCKKD THROnQH TO BBW OBLBABI. Lynchburg f 7 So Memphis . #51 on Bristol ? 150' Atlanta?? 3fi 00 Knoxvnlle . &ooi? Macon a on Chattanooga 34 00 Columbus 31 90 ?^ton 84 00 Montgomery ,...35 00 untsville .. .It 00 J via Memphis.*! 50 Grand Junot?oa?_.30 00 N.O.> via?. Juno. .42 .V MuhvlIU ** ?n I -.Ui- '? . ? . .... - . m mm, m w Wl ? f tB iUVUHO, . .W W THIS ROUTE IS ENTIRELY BY RAIL and is aoo MILES SHORTER, aad 24 HOURS LES8 IN TIME than any nth*- Mne? the l.ynnhbnrg Extension being now onmplsted, as also the Mississippi Central, making it the QUICKEST AND MOST PLEASANT ROUTE FOR SOUTHERN TRAVELERS It is provided with First olass S;eeping Cars! {To New Orleans T3 Hoars. Memphis ,*E4 do* Montgomery .......53 do. Nashviiie ,46 do. GTThe U.S MA.It,"and ADAMS' EXPRESS are taken over this New Line. TiokeU can be obtained at the Kocth Western Office, corner of Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenue, to the following points: Lynchburg, Brutal, Knoxville, Atlanta, Chattanooga. Huntsville, Grand Junotion, Macon. Nashville, Dal ton. Coiambns, Montgomery, Mobile, Memphis, and rtE>V OK LEA MS. \rr through tIFkets to thb various yihoiyja spkinus. fC^Qinmbuae* and Baggage Wagons leave the office at 6 a. m. and 6 p. m. JAMES A. EVANS, TioketArent, ma 23-tr Corner Sixth at. and Pa. ? . rHE STEAMER JA?. 6UY Will remme hat trips on TUESDAY, Slat of JT^>. February. 1P80. Will leave WASH INOTON every TUESDAY and^""^" FRI UAY, at 6 o olook a. m..and AI.KX ANDR1A athajf-p&st6 o'clock, for CURRIOMAN and the intermediate Landing*. On her return tri>s, she will leave CURRIOMAN every WEDNESDAY ?nd SATURDA Y, at 5 o'olook a. m. LUCIAN S. PAG E, Proprietor. NATH'L BOUSH. Ag't, Alexandria. feSO PFOR NEW YORK, ASSAGE, INCLUDING MEALS AND STATEROOM. 91.io. The New York and Virginia Screw Steamahlf dnmkuit'i n?? ?nH ? - ? ?? kcamauifP MOCpTt VERNON, Capt.T.C.Bmith,^Hft will leave the Corrpany's Depot, Wm tern Whirf?9, atii'o'olocka. m every WEDNESDAY, and the Company'* Depot, at Alexandria, at 3 o dock p. m. tame day. Paeaongeri from Washington and Georgetown aan take the ooaohea oonnecting with Alexandria t*aipV?aU or railroad, whioh leave ths oonver ol Tth ati'eet and Pa, avenue hourly, or they can leavf on the atearaoT from the Western Wharves at 1) "dock a. m. Stf.'s rooms ean be engaged on ayphoation to Meaara. Morgan A Rhine hart, Western Wharves Freight will be reoeived ip to the hours of deyar CCT Inauranee will be efeoted on all roods by thisline at tho oftoe of the Company at H per Mat premium. The aooommodations for passengers by this 11ns ire in every respect finrt-o ass, and every effort wil be made to render this oommunioatlon with New York an agreeable and healthful one. For freight or passage apply to FOWLK A CO., Agents, Alexandria. t_ ? JI._ B.CROMWELb.fc QO., ?v?-iy cru TT OBI H..oomer AiDany.New York. . DENTISTRY. D DENTAL NOTICE. R. LOOM I* Has olo?ed hi* office for the seaton, and will be absent,asusual, during the sam mer month*; wilt r?*u me practice about the 1st of October, of whioh further notioe will be given. JUt* h DENTISTRY. LHl. HILLS, alter a pracUoa! teat of two yean, feel* that h* o&n with confidence reoom ^M^ mend the Ci?eoplast:c ProocMforinserUQcSflSp artifcoiaJ taeth It ha* the advantage* oP"'111 strength, beauty, oleaniineM^and cheap nets. P?1J upper seta inserted for lit. Partial In proportion. OHoe 306 Pa. amia at 7 PIKE, P1RK. POTOMAC WATER. ,fJH jfL?mtH PI'V.MWNO and GAS . >?? uy jiiy ma tti my oidkiand in Pfcilhar- I raonio Hall. The advantage of having a plentiful apply of water waa readily observed at the fir* of yesterday, aa I am well sati'fted I ahould have been burned out bat for the bountiful supply apor my premises and th?t of my neigbbnra All order* for the introduction of Water and Gaa will b* prompt v attended to. Terraa aa reaaooa ble aa any pi amber in the oity. Jy 3 C. BNVDF.RWNRW GOODS. E H?r? jnst reo-Mved a arje stook of Bleached aol Brown C? ?TTOMrt of the heat makes. Al?o, SHEfcTlNOH, TABLE LINKN8. NAPKINS. TOWELING*. IRISH LINENS, 3WW varda I.A^NS, from S nenta to Hjii HOSIERY, GLOVES. GAUNTLKTT*. WHITE, RED, BLUE and GREY FLANNEL* in variety. We have a few rioh ORGANDY ROBES on hind which we have marked leea than cat. Jy 3D TAYLOR A HUTCHISON. Fmm RANC1S HARPER, H&VISO OPBXUD A FAMILY GROCERY AND FEED STORE, Center n/ ,\ew York avenut and T**th >trnt, Respectfully aolioita the patronage of thoeewho mav be in want of any article in the artove line. Hit enrleavera shall be to please, and by a atrictatten- 1 tion tc the wants of the publia, he hopes to merit a hfkrn or th*ir a?*rA?.e-? Hi* took eou?i?t^o? every article uauallr to be found in a firat-olaaa Family Grocery auu Feed ' Store. ma ?7-tf j NO" WILLIAM BRADLEY' BEOS TO i L) inform the public and his friend* that he has on hand a large stock of Marble Mantels quite anew?t)le. Alao Monument Head Stones, Tal>le Tope. Ac., which he has to diapoae of at prio?-a to auit the times. Alao, Brown Stone constantly kept i on hand. Plnmbera' work promptly attended to. oa 2I-3raeo Pa. av., bet. 18th and 19th ata. i JjfoSTETTER'H KTOMACB BITTERS, Mra < II Window's Soothing Sirup, Liouid Ren i net, Spaldinc'a Glue, Muitang Liniment, Ay re'a Medioinea, Hoaok'a Paa??-a, Ao , wnh V a fresh aupp'y of pore Medioinea. at i MOORE'S Weat End Drag Store. . 113 Pa avenue, aouth aide fry Freeh Bine Liek and Cougjeea Water aa above Alao, improved Fruit and vegetable Jar a. I jy ntw > i Magnolia hams! , MAGNOLIA HAMS!! We have iuat revived another anpply of onr M \GNOLIA HAMS, wlueh have given auoh eat- . afaction for several Tears past We gnarantM every one to kc of the met ana itv; , KING * Bt'ROHELL, i jy 28 Cornmr fifteenth st. ae< Vermont av. ; fPHREK BEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT OR COT- ' LIr* ,'u>lo,," : Pa. tin#, beCftk and lOtii eta I Chiekerlng k. Sone' Pianoe at all p*?? jy ? < fVf aple SUGAR. i MAPLE dUOAR. i A very aloe lot of MAPLE SUGAR, just re i . K1NC * BURCHELL. 1 * t.v? - .F.l "I/jAM .fl .0 .a: BY THE P*B&iDENT4'iF THE UNITED STATES. . f n pqrtnanM of law. I, Jams* Brc*A!UK, Fr#?d?cit of the United State* of A^erioa.do hereby d?olare and make kno m that pablio tale* will he held at th<- under > entioned I .una Oftoe* in the 8t?t-? of Miskmota, at the period* hereinafter deaiiaatad, to wit: At th? Land off?* at St. Ciopd, comraeneing on MoiiUar. the fifteenth dat of Oot?h?r n?*?. for the disposal of the pubiio land* heretofore unofrrtd. situated in the fohoviof towiuhip* and part* of township*, vis: Xortk of tk? base ling and weft of the fifth principal meridian. The W fractional % of tno SW H of section ?0; the SW \ and the W H of the 3F & of aeotion M: aeotion* 9U and 32: the s % of the Nfc. V. the 9 K of the NWK, and tha S X of aeotion 34. uf townanip 12S of rar ir- 25. Seotiona 4. ,8, in, 14,18. &, 22. 24,88.28, 30. 32. and 34, uf township 121: the ? S of the NK.V, the 8 K of the NW,\|, *n<i the 8 H of aeo loaS-i; aeotion 38. of township 122. of range 26 Sections 2. 4 6, ?. "0.12. 14, 18,20,29, J4, 25, 28 30.32, ami 34, of townahip 121: aaotionae. 8, IS.ifl, :3 V6. 2?, 3*?. 32, and 34, of township 121, of range *7. Seo. lona 2, 4 6 8, in, 12. 14. 18. 20.22, 24.26.28 30, QO w%A Q_i IOI. A. a J < ? ?? ? . . I jt, 011U m? wi ?ww UBiiip ?t P| I*'f If l'| IB. 2?, *2, 34,2ft. SR. SO 32, and 34, of township 128; the 9 H. and the N W of mo ion 6; aeotion 8; the WMi of the 9WM of amotion M.aeotiona 18. 2",and 22: the W K of the 8W ^ of aeotion 24; aectiona 26 at, 30, M. and *4, of town.hip 123. of ranfe 28. 8*0tlona 2 4,6,1,10, 12, 14. It, 20, 22, 24. X, 28. 30, 32, and 34. <>f townahip 121; amotions >,4 6,7,1,10, 12,14.17.18, 19,?. 21. 22,24.28 27,28,29. 30. S?, and 31, of township 122; aeotion* 2 4,6, 8, 10,1*. 14, 18, 20,22,24, 36.28, SO, 32, *n<1 34. of townahip 123; aeo lion* 4. 6, 8. and 10, the W X of aeotion 14; **o*ie?a 1?, 2J.22, 26 , 23, SO 32, a':d 34, of townahip 124; ?eo tion? 4 6, and 8; the N vV 3*. and the W X of the 8W Vof i<Aotion 10; reotio<ia 18. ard 20; the W X of of the N WX and the W\ of the 8WX of amotion 22; aecti'>n* 28, >0, and 32; the WH "f th? 9KX. and the \V X of aeotion 34, of townanip 125; the of the N K , th? N W \ and the t* X of aeotion 6; the \V H of me NW X, and the 8W X of aeotion 8; eotiom 18,20, 18, 30, 32, and 34, of townahip 126. of range 29. aeotiona 2 4. 6,8,10.12,14, 18. 20, 22. 34, 26, ?, 3", 3?, and 34, of townahip 121; aeotica 1 ?o rt, Uoiu ?ive; reo ion* 30 32, and 34. of townahip 1.2; *eo tiona 2.4, S. 6,7, and 8; the \V X of aeotion 9; aen ?ion? 10.12. and '4; the W X of aeotion 1*; amotion* 17 to 22, lno'inive; aeotion* 24 and Sfi to av raata Rive, or towiiship 123; cation* 2,4. and 6; the W S of section 7; sec-ions 8. l'?, 12,14.18. 19. 20, 22. 24 2b. and 28; the W >4 of section 29; sections * \ 31, 32, and 94, of tovn?hip 124; reotiors 2 4- 6, 8,10, 12,14. 18 20, 22 94, 26. 23. and 30; the \V X ?f seotion Si; sections 32 and 84, of township 125. sections 2. 4, 6. 8. 10, 12. 14, 18 , 20, 92. 24 , 26 , 28 30, SJ, and St, o' township 12K; sections 4.6, and 8; the N W X. and ?h? J* H <>f section 10; the SW K of tbe NW %, and S\V X of section 14; sections 18, 2". and 22; tun 8W \i of section 24; sections 26, 28 , 30, 32. and 3?. of township 127; seotions 6. 8,18, an" 20; the W * of ection 28: sections 3" and 32, of township 128. of range 30. rations 2. 4, b, 8.10.12 14. 18 20, 22, fi. 26, ** 3T 32, and 34. of township 121; seo'ion 1 to 18. ino'u?ive; sections 2" and 22; the N H ??f scotion 23; sections 24. 26 28 30, 32. and 34, of township 122; town ships 123, 124, and 125: sec'ions ?, 4, 5, 6. 7, 9, 10, 12, and 14; the W >? of sectu n 15; sections 17 to 22 inclusive; sections 24 and 26 to 35, inclusive, of t"wn?hip 1?6; sect ons 2. 4 6 8, 10,12. '4, and '8; the W of section 1': sections 20,2S. ?4, ?6 2rf 30.31,32, and *4, of townfhip 127; sect ons 2. 4, 6. 8 10 W. 14. 18. 20. 99,24, 26 21, 30, 32. and 34, of township 1*8, of range SI. Motions 2. 4, 6, 8,10, 19,14,18, 20, *2, 24. 26, 28, 30, 32, and 31. of township 121; section* to 12. inolu Hive; th? N H of section 13; 'eotion 14; the N X of unction 15; 'he N hi of seotion 17; sections 18 2". ft, 24 , 26. 28. 30,32. and 34. of township 122; townships l/s and 124. of ranee 32. Sections 2, 4,6. 8.10, 12.14,18 20,22. 24,26,28.30, 32. and 34 of township 121; sections 1 to 12, inelu ire; the N % of section IS; section 14; the N X of rection '5; the N X nfiMN 17; sections 18, 2" 22, r>J 'V OO oo - - ? o* ? * * * * jl ? to, n .? * 'W ui lownsnip ia, townships I 123and 134. of range S3. rxsotion* 2, 4 6, 8,10,12 T4, 18. 20, 22. 24 28, 28 , 3", 32, and 34. of township '21: sections 1 to 18, inolnsiv-; sections 20, 22, 14 ?<i. 28. 30, 32. and 34, of township 122; township* 123 and 124. of ran** 34. ttecMons 2.4.6.8.10,12,14 18, 20. 22, 24 26,28 30, 32. and 34, of town*hin 121; sections 1 to 24, ii>o'n iut?; sections ?. 2?, 29 3', 32, and 34. of township \J9; township* 123 and 124 ofianseffi Sections?. 4 6.8.10,12.14. 18 20. 24. 26,28, and 30; section 32, excpt the H X of the SW J%; section 34, of township 121; section* 1 to 6, inclusive; sections 8 to 14. inclusive; the K S of section 15; sections 18, 20, 22. 2t, 26, 28. 90, 32, aad 31, of township 122: townships 123 and 124. of ran*" 36. Sections 2 and 4; the N X, theSE >?. and the N X of the 8VV !i of section 6; the IM X, and the sK >? ol section 8; suctions 10 12. and 14; the N E and trie N HI of th? N W of section 22; section 24; the N % of th" N E U of s"CHon 26. "f tow ship 12>; seotioi s 2, 4,6,8, 10. 12.14, 18,20,22 , 24 26 , 28, 30, 32, and 34, of township 122; sections 1 to 6, inolusivs; sections 8 to 16, inclusive; seotions 18, 20, ar.d 22 to 26. in elusive: s?otions 58. 30. 32, and 34, of township 123; township 124, of range 37. tjyaiiom 2 4 6,?, 10. 12. and 14: th? N u of ??? m K V of sec*i'<n 18: sections 22, 21. and 26, oI township 122: the K X of seoiiou >; sections 2, 4, b, 8,10, 12.14, 18. 2n, 22. 24. 2*. 28, 3\ 32. and 34, or township 123; section* 1 to 18, inclusive; sections 20 to 28, in c usive; sections 30,32, 34, and 35, of township 124, of range 38. A* the Land Offio" at S*t Cloud, commenoins on IVTonda?? the twenty-ninth day of Ootoher next, for the disposal of the puhlio lands her*tofi>re unnffered situated in the following townships and parts of town-hips. viz : Sertk of the bate line and trrtt of tht fourth principal meridian. Sections 2 and 12, of township 34; section* i 4 8. 10. 12. 14, 18,20, 22,24, 26. 28 and 3<. "f township36, sections 1. 2. V 4. ? 8. anrf >?: th? N hi of section 11, s-cti- ns 12. 14, 8. 30, 22, 24. .6, 28. 30. 32 and 31, of township 36; snrtions 1. 2. 3 and 4; the E Si of ?eo tion 5; sections 5, and 8 to 15. inclusive; the E X of section 17; sections i*. and 2u to ?8 inclusive: the E H of section 29; sections 33 and 3?; the K X of sa.tion 33; sections 34 and 36 of township 37; sec tions ' to 18. mo'usivr; the E X of seotion 19: sections 20 to 30. inclusive; sections32 to 35, inolosive, of townsh p 38; townshms 39, 4Vand 41, of ranged Sections 2, 4, 6 8, 1", 12. 14,18. k0, 22, 24. 26 and '/t: the NS "f the NK 1( tt.e S^ * of the N K H the N E of the \ of seotion 30; the NE M, the NE*of theNW X.and the N X of the 5?E* of section if; sec'ion 34 of township 36; section" X. 4. a n ia *? ? ' ~ o, IU, 12, n. ia W, XI,.* 2h 2S, *t. 32 and 34 of township 37; a ?ctiona 1, 2, 4.1, 8, 10, 12,14 18, 20,22, V4. 2?. 28. 30, 32 And 34. of township 38; a^otio i, 2 3, an' 4; the bHot aectton 5; aeouoni 6, and 8 to <5, inclusive; a-o long 18 and 20; the K S of ifono'i 21: aeotiona 22 to 26 inoln?ive; the F hi of ooiion ?"7. sections 28,30, Si and 34; the K X ot aeotion 35. of town?hip3B; township 4<i, exo?pi the W X of amotion 31; aeotiona 1, 2, 8, 4, 6 and 8; thi E Mot ?eotion 9; a?*o'ion*'0 to 15, ine!u?ive; feotiota 18 an* 90; the F, X of a* 'tion 21: editions 22 to 28. 'noluiive; aeotiona 90, and 82 to 35. inoluaive, of townabip4t; aeotiona 1,2,3,4,6 8, and 4,to 15. inolusiva; -eotixus 16 and iO; the K ti ' f section 21; section* 22 to 28, inoluai ve; rectiona 30 and 32; the F X of ??otion 33; aeotiona 34 and 35, of townahip 42; aeotiona 1,2, 3 and 4; the E X of a?oion 5; aeotona 6, ard 8 to 15,ino'naive; the K X of aeotion '7; aeotiona 18, and 20 to 28, loo'usive, the E X of section 29; aeotiona 39, a> d 12 to 35, inoluaive, of townahip 43; aeotiona 1,2,3, 4,5, 6, and 8 to 15, inoluaive; the K X of amotion 17; aeotiona 18 and 20 to 2>, iuOla?iv-; ?<wtione s 1 and to tb, inoIvaiTe. of townahip 44, of range 29. ?eoti?na2 4 6. 8 10, 12,14.18 30 22,24.28. 2*. 90, t? a"d 31, "f towna^'B 29: ?eoti'in? a in t* i? ? ' 20. 9S.24, 26 28,30, 32 and 34, of township 4"; aeotiona 2,4 6 8, n, 12 14, 18 20, 22 24.28 , 28, 30, 3J, and 34, <>f tovahip 41: motion* X, 4,6, s to, 12 14, 18, 20, 22. "'4 26,28 9'i.3la'r1H4 of townabip 4i; aeotiona 2 4,6,8,10. 12 14, '8,20,22, 24 28, 28, 30, 35 and 31,if townahip 43; aeouone 2, 4,6,8, '0 '2,14 18, 20 22 24, 26 28 31.32 and 34, of town-hip 44 of range 30 ?-ctio?i2. except the N W l^of the NW 3<; eaotion 12; the faetiona of aeotion 14 ontaidaof the Port Ripley Reservation; aeotion 24.; the fractiona of aeotion 66 outaide of tne Kort Ripley Reaera ti in. nf townahip 43; aeotion 3; t*e NK Jtf. and the NK H of the 8Fl of aeotion !0: aeotion It; aeo lion 14 exor-pt Hie W of th?f,w aeotion St; the E X of aeo'i^n a>, of townahia 44,of iang? St. At the Land Offioa at PoBKBar Citt, commencing on Moncay. the twenty-aro?nd day of Ootoker n*xt. for thediapoaal ofth*pub!io laada heretofore unoferfd. aituated in the following townahipa and ptrta of townahipa, vis: North of tk? btiM luu and teftt of the Afth printipal meridian. The N \V M. and the ? u nf ? ~ ^ . ? r* ? U| ItlftU LI ?l OI tecum R. oJ"iown?h!P l'?. of raoce 22. The N W M'?f th? NK if. the N H of the NW if. and the 8W Jf of the N W \ of ??ot?on 2: ?ection? 4 an<l 6; the N h- ?nd the 8W }f of seotio I: the W of the NK Jlf, and the N W if of eeotion I*. o( townah-p 116; l"t?, I. ?. and 5,of s-otion I. Iota 2 S. 4 s and c. an1 the 8\V Af of the N K If, th* NK. Jf of th" SW *nd the a W if of the gWKuf e*o tiou 10: the s X "(the NK)<. the 8 X of the N\V f and the 8 H of section Ut; eeotion a 14.18,20, 22, ^4 26,23 30.32 end 31 of townthip 117; teotiona 2, 4. ar.<i?: the NX of the NEX.andtbeN* of thN W >f of eeotion 12. of township 119; the b \V if of eotiou 6: the 8W K of section*; a'oiione IS ai.d 20; th* 8 M of the 8 V* 3f of eeotion 26; section* 28, 3f? 32. and 34, of to wnahip 120. of raa?e 23. flrgtione 2,4,6,8, lo, 12 14,18 20, and 22; the NW X of aectton24; Iota t 2, and 5, of eeotion 26; *eotione 28, y>, end 32; the N W If, ?nd the W K of the i 8\V of eeotion St, of mwnaliip 16; the 8 x of the NK *, the 8 H of the NW if. and t*e * X of tion h; section it), e*omt the !\ W f the NW V?; aeotlon 12, exo'ptthe N H of the N F.\'. aeotiona u, 18, 20, 23. 24.26, 28, so 92, and 34 of lownahip 117; aectione2and4; and <he N >4 <>f section 6. of t 'wnahip 1)9; the 8 % of section 2; e*?'mna 4. 6 8.10. U, 14.18 , 20. 22, 24, 26, 28, S'*, 32, and 94, of townalllp 10). 1 of ranee 24. , _ 8eotiona2.4.?-8. in _ n - _ wy .y ?| ?H?l l?? uio a 7k of S0C~ I i lion 19; aeottona *0 24,24.26, 2*. 90, Si, acrf 34 of town?hip 116: the S X of the HE X ud the 8 X 8W X of aeotio" 2: tu? 8 Si of tue NE the s* X I uf the S w 3^. and <?j 8 X of iM'ion 4; ihe 8 K ot I the NE X, tne 8 * or th? N W and the s X of i ??>c?ion 6; aeotioi.s 8 and 1(?; reotmn 12, exoepi tie i N X "f the NE X\ (lotion* 14. ?, is. SO, 23. $4. 28, < 28, S3, and M, <>f town?hip 1H; the N H of ihe < N K X and the N X of the N VV X 'A ?eoti>>? 2: th* 1 N X of the NE*. and the N * of the NW X of 1 ?eotion 4, of town-hip '19: aeotmna ?. 4,6, 8,10, 12, I 14, U, 20. 22,24. 28. 28, *?, 32, and 34, of townahip 120, of rat ce 25. t Seo'.iona 2. 4,6,8,10.12, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, ?, 24, N, and 37 to S, inoinaive, aud aeotion 34, of town- 1 ihtp 1.6: "ctMm 2 4.6 8. in, 12 14,18. 2"V 22, 24 26, ' l\ 30. 32. and 31, of towr<?h p ' 17; tbe 8 H of the 8E 2 Vi and the 8 X of tne 8W of eection 34, of town- I (Dip 118; auction* ?. 4 6,8, l>?. '2, 14,18, 22. 21. 26 1 ?, and V; the N X < ' aeotion 32; tae N X of aeotion M oftownahip 14>, ofranteSB. 8<otiona2. 4,6.8 18,12,14, ami 18; the 8 X of aee- I tioQ 19: section 20; the 8 X ofaection 2 ; aeotion 22: the 8 X of a otion 23: eci.oni 24 f> 96. inolnaive, of t township 1 ?6; the 8 )a of the NE V, the f? X of the < N W X and x X of eeotioo2: the S X of the NE I the 8* of the NW w, and the b X of aaotiou 4; \ leotinua 6. 8 10. 12 14, 18, 9n, 22 24, 26. 28. 8Ts2. ard ) 14, of townahip 117; amotion* 2 4,8 8. 16,1?, 14, 18 * r*! n. 24. S6 and 28: the N X and th- N X the , 'E X of aeotion 90; the N H, and the N H or the 8E 3 L" ol neotioa 94, of townaMp 12?. of rune 7. Hectiona 2,4.6.7,8 10,12, and 14; the 8 X of a*o- S lion 15: aeotion* V to 96 inoluai e, of towuahip lift; i irc'lona 2, 4. 6 8,10 IS, 14,18. 20. S3, 24, ? 8 *). 3^ 1 f.d 94, uf n>hip 117: the 8 Hot the 8W X ?riJ 1 he 8 W X ' f theSE X of ae? ion 2ft; the 8 W >? ^ ind the 8 H of the 8E X of aeotion SB; aeotiona 28, t r>, h2, an* 34. of townahia 118; ao<*?i. na t 4.6. 8, in, S 2,14. and 18: the NE X ?he h X of theNW*. ? kml the N* X of tbe r*? ?V X ?? b?k Uon a); aeotiooa S and 24. ol towoabip ISO, ot raoRe2S Townahip 116. ezoaet eeotionJ;e'otiona2.4,?, \ d,IS,U, 18,20,a8.90,?.and94, of tows- I 0 _ 0 _ _ hip 117; the 9* of Motion ?; Mctiona 90 and a, th# 9 h of the IM W H, and the 8 K of Motion 84, aeotiona 88.28,3?, 33, aad 31, or townahip U8; aeotiona 8,4, 6.8,10, nod It; the M X of Motion 14, of townahip "f range 29. Townahip 116; aeotiona 2.4,6,8.10.11.14,18,80, 22, 24 86,28, and sn to 35 inolnai%e, of townahip 117; th?> S X of th? i*W V. and the H X of th- 9fc of amotion 8; the - Xoftne NK X. the 8 X (,f the N W l?. and th* r? X f aeotion 14; a*otiona 18 20, 22. 34, !A>, ?8, 30. 32, and 84. of townahip H8; aeotiona 2,4, ?'id 6; the N X ?f aect on I; the N X. the N X of tne 9 vv .??, and the N X of the 9W' \ of Mctaou 10; eec'ion 12, of townahip i20, of ranee 38 Townahip 116; Motion* 2,4,6.8. 10.12 14 18.2*, 22. 24 and 26 to 35, inoluaive, of townahip M7: the 8W \ of the SK V. and the 9 X of the *W \ of aeot on 4 the 8* of theNfeX* the NW V of the N W *, the 8 X of the N\V X. and the aection 6: aeotion 8; aeotion 1u, exoept the .N t. V of the N K X: the 8 X of aeotion 12; aeotiona 14.18, 20,22,24.26. 28.3^. 32, and 31, of townahip 118; aeo tion 2; the N X of aeotion 4, of townahip 180, jot ranees). Townahip 116; aeotiona 8,4.6,8.10,12. 14.ard 18 to S5, inclusive, of townahip 117; aeotiona 2,4,6.8, 10 12,14, <8. 20 22, 84. 86, 28, >1,32. and 34, ol townahip *18, of range 32

Townahip 116; ae? tiona 2. 4. 8,8,10,12.14. and 18; the 8 X of aectiO" 19; aeotion 20 the 8 X of aeotion 21; amotion 22; the 8 X of aeotiou 23, aeotiona 24 to *S iro!u*iv? of townahip 1 <7; aeotiona 8,4 6.8.10,12, 14.18.xo. *2,34 26,28,50,32, and 34, of townahip 118, VI i ??UJIC Township 116; aactinni 2.4. 6, t, 1(>, IS 14.18,30, St. 24. 25 and 26; the 8 K of section S7: otiona 28, and 3 to SS, inclusive, of township 117: secticn 2: the S X of the 8E M of section 4; the " % of tha N K Jii, the 8 of the N W and tha S H "f amotion 8; ??*ot on* 10,12. 4. 18. 2u 22. 24. 2fi, 28. ??, 32. and 3?, or township 11": the N X of aection 4; aection 6, or township 120 r f ranee 34 Section* S, 4. 6 8,10 12, 14,13 SO 22, 24.3?. 28. and 3i; the 8JJ of section 31: section 32; the 8 % of aeo tion 33; amotion -<4; tho 8 of aeotion 3?,<>f townahip 117; th* 8 H of the 8t-, k' of a*otion 12; s?ctinn 14; ?he?H of tha NE*. the 8* of the NWJj, and the 8 H of amotion IB; sections 30,22.24,26 28, 30. 32. and S4, of t?wnahip 118; aactiona 2, 4 * and 8; t'ia N H tha N X of the 8 W , and the N H of tha SE V oi aeotion 0; iot No. S.ol aeoton 12, ol townahip 120 of ranee 36. 8ections S, 4 6, 8,10, IS, 14.18, SO. 22 24. 2? 28 Jand 30 to 3.5, inolnaiva. of townahip 117; tba 8 H of tha N W V. an*' 'be S K of aeotion 8; tha 8 S of tha NE tha 8 H of tha N W .**. and the 8 ^ of paction 14: aeoti'>ua 18,2^, 22. 24, ifc. *8, 30. 32 and 34. of tnwnnhi ?t 1 Iff' lAntinn tK? M 1/ ?ka W IZ ~ . .? r . r, ? wi VM my r% ? ?IIC /I " ?WW S\V i4'. and the N X of the 8E of section 4; the N H of ihe NE J?, and iota No. 4 and 5. of a?e'ion 10; section 12, esoept lot No. 1. of township 121. of r^rfie S\V V of the N W V and tne 8 K of section 2; sections 4 6. 8, in, 13.14 II, jn. 22. 24, ri. tf. *i. 3', and 31. of townahip 118: the SW of the N K V?. the HE W and the W X of aeotion SO; aro'ion i.; the 9 % of the S VV % of aeotion 34, of to wnship 119, of ranee 37. At the Land Offiie at HzsDBtaox, oommenoing on Monday, the fifteenth dar of Ootober nett. for ihe disposal <>f the publio land* heretofore unofrred situated in the following townships and parta of townahipa, via: North of the base line and trest of th fifth principal meridian. The parta oftownshiss 112 and US. outside of the Sirnix Halt breed Reservatii n. of range '4. Th? parta of townships 1'1 and l'2, ootside of the Bioux Half breed Re ervation, of range I V Townahipa 11* ani 112, of ranee 16 Sections l, 2,3 4,4,*, and 1ft, to is.inolntire; sections 18 and 2?; tne E >* of section 2>; sections 22 to 2?, inclusive; sections dO and 32. to 3S ii.o'n iv?, of township 111; sections i and 2; the E X of section 3; aectio a 4 6. *. and 10 to 15. inc.nsiv<-; sections 18. 2ft. and 22, to 28. inclusive; section* SO, 32 34, and ?5. of township 112. of range 17. Sections 2. 4. ?, 8. ?0, 12, 14. 18, 20, 22 24 SB. 2P. 3\ 32. and 34. of township 111; sections 2 and 4; th* E S I or srtctior.6; aa^fonsS. 10, W, and 14; the EH of seotion 18; sections 2". 22, 24 2G 29, 30, 32. and St. of township 112; sections 2 and 4; tne E H of section 6; ser tict 8, 10,12. and 14; the E X of ?ottnnin s?otions20, 22.24.26. and 28, the E H of seoti >n 30; Action* 32 and 34, of township IIS, oi ranee 18. The K of section 12; s-'ctioas 24, 26, and 54, of J township ill, of range 19. The \v % of sefion 6, of township 112: the W *4 of section b; the \V X of seotion 18: the W H of sec- J Hon 30, of tnwnshi|? 113; the W H of the MW V ! ?nd th * VV of ?he ? W Jrf of sec ion 18; the YV % * of th* NWjj, and W fc of the sW of section J?, 1 oftownship 114, of raaice 20 j 8eciions 4.6,1,18. and 3D, of township 111; 'Actions 2, 4. 6 8, i", '2, 14.18, Jo, and 22; the W % of section 24: the N it ai.d the 8W \ of seotion 26; . sections 28. 52, and 34, of townsnip 112; sections ' , 2. 4, 6. 8, 10,12,14, 1*. 2". 22 . 24, 26, 2*. 30, 52. and 3?. of township lt3; the 8 X of the 8F V and the 8 bi . of the SW M of section 1?; the 8 >4 of the SE . . the S K of the N\V 3a?. and the 8 * of seotion 12; , sections 14, 18 . 20. 22 , 24 , 26 , 28 , 3", 32, and 34. of township 114, of range 21 Seotions 2. 4, 6 8.10,12.14,18, WJ2 24, M. 28, 30 ' , 32, and 34 of township 111; sections 2 4.6.8,10, 12. ' 1?, 18, 20, 2/,24 26. 28, TO, 32, and 34. of townnhip 112; < seotmns 2. 4, 6, 8.1u, 12, 14. 18. 20, 22, 24, 26 28, *>, 32, , j and 34. of township 113: seotion 10; th? 8 H of eeo- 1 , 'ion 12; seotion 14; the E M and iiio K X of th? 8W 1 of section 20; sections 22. 24. 26, and 2S; the 8 W o( , tn<* 8K \ of se-tion ? ; secton?32and 31, oftownsh'p 114. of range22 < Motion 2; the E X and the * W % >>f section 3; i sections 4, 6. 8,9, and 10: the W H of section li; . sections 12, 14,15,'8,20 21.22,24 and*; the W K \ nf lAAtinn 97- a- inns OQ Oik m O . i.' 1/ - ? ,vvv..? ?) ?' mil" J | III" MT* 7% "I ?' Otion 31; sectionsSJ, 33. ".nd H. of township 111: sections 2, 4. 8, 8,10.12. 14 18. 2*. 22. 24 , 26. ft, 3ft. 32, an-1 34. of t'>wn*hip 11?; the K % oftha SK Si of section 2; the 3E X of the !*K X of section 1*-ecti^rj 2anrf U; tho SX of the NF the SEX of theN\V W, ami the 9 H ot section 2?; section* ZZ, 24, 26 , 2H, 3u, S'. aud 24, or township '13. of rang? 23 Motion* 2 and 4; the K K of sect'on 6; sections 8, 1 in 12 and 14; the X, the E * of the N W W and the E H of the aW At of section 18; sections 2". 22 . 24, as. M V 32 and 34. of township 112: the 9 K of the tSW V and the BF. \ of station 36; the HE \ of eotion 32; and section 34. of town*n>p PS: the N X, the 8W Jitf. and the W X of the St. X ofseotion 4; sections 6, 8, 18, 20, and 3', of township 115, of range 24 Tne N Xnf th?NW % of aeotion2;the N >4.and tho N Hoi theSW X of seotion 4, section 6 of tuwship 114; s*ctloua 2,4. 6. <1, 10,12. 14. 18 29,22, 24 , 26 24, 32 and 34,of township 115, of ranis- 25 Tne w H of seotion 6, of township 113; ?ention? 2 4 6, ? ana 10; the X V the N Hi of the 8 W X.and the N X of the SE X ot <eotion <2; the N X of the N E X. and the N Vv \ of section 14; sec'ions 18 \nd 2 ; tii? W or tie NWJ^of teotior 22; the N >6 of the N W V of eeo'ion 28; sec'loo 3^; the \V H or , the N VV >a <>T s<*ot on 32 of tnvrn?hi? IM; sections i 2 4 6, 8, 10. 12, U. IS. M>, 22, 24, 26, 28. 3U, 32 and 31, of township 1<5, of ranee26 Seotu?ns2.4.6 8,10, 12.14. 13 2\ and 22; the VV of the N W k of s-otion 24: th- W X of the N K I \.and the VV * of s'ction 2H; sections 28, 30, 32 ' acid 34,f f township '12; ?eotion*2.4 6 8,10 <2,14, , 18,20, 22. 21, 26. 28, 3^,32 and 31. of tnwn?hip It3; sec , tioos 2. 4. B 8,10,12,14, 18, 2 >. 22, 24. 25. 28, 30. Si and 31,of township 114; seotiuns 1 to 1?. inp'uMve; the , ?n Hand 9VV><of s^tion 11; '"oti >n? 12 ?nd 14; th? vV % ?f section IS; section* 17,18, 19. 20. 22 , 24. 26. 28 and 3>; the N W \ of section 31; section! 32 i and 34, o( township 115. of ranee ?7. S^otion* 2 4. 5, 6. 7 8. 10 12, 14.17, 18, '9, 30, 22, j 24. 26. and 28, the VV H "f section 29; sections 3D, 31, 32, and 34 of township 112; amotions 8 %nd 4 to in, j inclusive; sections 12,14 and 17. to il inolusive; ' seotiona24 26, and28, to34. molusire.of 'ownshp 113; the VV X of sect'on 1; sections 2 to it, inclusive: amotions 14 to 22 inclusive; sections 24 and 26; the E X of the NW*. the NW !< of th# NW?, , and io's 1,2. and S, ot section 27; sections 28 to 34, inoinsive, of township 114; township US, of range gg Townships 111, 112,113,114, *nd MJ, of range 29, Townships 111, 112 113 114, and lis, of rariceSO. , Townships 119, US, 114, and 115, of range 31. at iv. t -- > o*-- -? ? - ? i>? iuo uoii'i vui'3? OT. riTiBi commencing ' on MoivUy.thatwenty-seeond ds.j <>fOoiob?r nt?xi, for thedisposal of the publio land*heretofore ?? ' of$red situated in the following townships and parts oftowuships, tu: 1 North of the base line and tr?j| of the fifth principal mtridian. Pactions 4 5, and ft; the N X and the BW )t of seotion 7; eeotions 8. It, JO. at, 30 32 and 34 of < township 109; t part* of township'10. o'tside cf ] tte Sinnx Half-breed Reservation. of range 9 i Seotions I and 2; the iraations of seetions 3 snd 10, outside of the Sioux Half breed K?*e'v*tinn; ( sections 11 and 12; th? N X and the SW V of sro ti n 13; sections 14 and 15; the fraotlons of s?otiona t I" and 21, outside of the Stoux Half breed Reser- i vation; seotion 22; the WXof section 23; seotions 1 J4 and 28; the N % and the 8W of section 27; i s?oMoni8; th? fraotion* of seotions 2D, 31. and 32. outside of the Sioux Ha'f br-?ed Reservation; seo- ; tions 33 and 34. of township '09: the parts of town ! snip 10 outside of the Sioux Half breed Reservati An nf 1A haotions J. 4.6, B, 10, it. a'd 14; ths N % of saa- ' ?i?>n 18; th? N H of secMon 24 of township 107: the f'tntiina of sections 6 I. 1". and 14, ouUide of the Sioux Half breed Reservation: sections IS, to^and 2^; toe fraction* of oeotion 24, outside of the Sioux Half breed Reservaion; section* S3, a, an, St, and 34, of township 108, of ranae 11, ' S 'ctiona 2,4, and 6; the N H and the N K of the 1 9b: X vt sect'on 8; section* lo aad 12: the N B X of eotion 14. of township 107: sections 4,6, >, 10, It, ; 14,18. to. 2i. 84. 2S. 28. 90, 32, and 34. or town*h;j? 106: the fractious of seotions iB.f, 71, and SI outsi t* of the Sioux Half breed Reservation; t*e N X of eeo tion 29; section* 90 and 32; the fraations of Motion M ootsidd of the Sionx Hall-breed Reservation, of township 109. of ranee It. Section 2, and the N X of section 4 of township I' 7; sections 2 4,6,1,10, it, 14. 18, to. tt 24, 26,SI 30, S and 34, of towntHp 1<?: the fractions of sections (.5 and6, lUtaide of the sionx Half breed Reservation; section* 7 and 8: the fraotion* of sections t. I"', 11, 13. and 14, outside of the Sioux Half-bread R?serv*Moc; sections IS, '7, in, and 20; ths N X of ection 21; seotion* tt, 2*. 24, SB, SB. 90, *, and 34, of township 109; the part* of township 110, outside of theMiout Ha f breed Reservation, of ranee is. TknMUnrili.iinri/.f ??? - ... .. M ui b? nun ju, in" 8H ol in* t N E K. the 8 X of the NW X. acd the 9 X of aeation 32 of towuahip 106; i*ot vn*2 4,6.1, 0.'3.14. 6 18,22. 24 and 36; the NX the N X of the 8K X, 9 ind th? N X of the SW \? of aeotiou 29; the N X of t imotion of townahipl*; aeotmna 1 to 6. nc.a tive: the N X of emotion '; emotion 8: the N X of i*otpn9; eotion* 10, 'I, and IS: theN X of eeouon J 13; aectiona 14,18, a?, 23,24, *>.38 30,32 and 34. of ' ;ownahtp 119; the part* of townakip 110, oataide of n ;h Sioux H%lf-bre*d Reservation. o? ranee 14. " The 8 X of th? NK V and the 8 X of Motion?; 1 he E X the 8 X of the N W X, and the 8W X- of " motion S4, of town -hip 106; a*otiona 2, 4. 6. 8. Is <3, D 4 ia, 3n, 32, and 34; the N X.theN X of the BEX, 7 uid the N X of ihe 8W X of a*ot on 36; aeoti-.na H and an, the N X <>f the N t. 3?. and the N X of the * <W *. fMotion32 of tovnahip i0t; Motion* 1 to 14 0. inoiu iv?; the N X of amotion 11; e??tiOM 13,14, \ 8, an, 22 ?4. 36, 2*, 30. S3, and 34. of townthip 1<?; * he parte nf townthip 110, onUide of the Swsi Half breed R<?e*rv*non. of ran*" 15 The N X. the N X of the 8E X, ud the N X of 1< he 8V\ X o'aeotion 6, of tovnahip 1"7; aootiou" 3, ,. 6, a, 10. 12, 14. 18 20.33,31. 36 38,3 s and 32; the 0 N X of saet<on34. of tovnahip 10.; eeotiona 1 to 13. n nomaire: the N X of aaotioa IS; aeotioa 14: the N u (ef action i& aeetiona 17,1?, 30, 8,14.4,3), S?, ? . and 34. of towaahipios', townahiplio. of'anze16. v Baotiona 3. 4. and C; the N X- the N X of tie BE p i And the N X of the WW k of ?*otK>n t, of towanip l"7: *eoti<>na 2,4 I. a. 10,19,14,1ft, 30, 33. 34,3t. A. 30 32 and 34 of towc*h p 108: *?ction? lto34, noluaiT#' afouon* 36 and J*; the N X of aeotioc 39; i?ctiona *0 32. and St. of townahip 10"?*, tovnahip 10. exoept the W X "f aeet'on 7. of raM* 1*. Beo'iona 3.4 , 8,10. and l3,of tnwnahia 107: teaion* 3, 4,6. B 10,11 14.18.30 fe 34 36,38, ?, 3*. and e 14, of tovn*hip 1<K aeetioaa 1 and 3; th* E X of t< i-ction 3;-aeotioua 4.6,8, and 10. to 15, inole ;iv*i eotiona 18,30, and 22, ?o 26, iaelvairo; tha K X of 3 leetioa *?; Motiiaa 38. 30. 32. and 3*. of townahip I U (Motion* t and 1J. of tanmakif 1W, moOom t,4, 1,10, It, 14, a, 24. a, a. Ud 54. or township 108:aoe tion* ?,4.?.i, io. it.i4.is, ? a,K a.a. a.a. and 34 of towaahip Ifcr, Motions 2. 4 1,10. It, 14, ?, a. a. a. a, 3i. and 94. of to von kip 110. of ranca 19 Tho SH of the SW \? of moUm ?; Uo 8 S and N W \? el aoetion 90; MfU<m 32. the ^ ^ ol the S W 14 and the 8 fc ol Motion 31, of Viwnaaip 1<?, the W H of amotion 14, of townahif 1<?; tho W S of aootion 6; arotion II. of township io, of r>n(* 21 The 8 K of tho *W tnoHvV nod ?ha? of 'he 8K '? of Motion 1?; Motion ? : the 8 H <?f the NEW. the ? J* of tho Sw and tho 8 S of too tio 22: Ik* 8 l* ol th? 8W >4 of amotion 24; toot on* 2b. M, 3', X. aud 34, of tow aoip U4; m tioaa2and 4; mouod ?. exo?j>t tho 8 S of tho 8W l4; tho NE V and ttio Si S or I ho N W of Motion H; Motion* 1<), it. and 14 of townahia 10?; ?Mtiona 2.4, 6. >. 10, 12, 14, 18.*). 22 34, X.n.tn s R da Ol townabip 109; Mouo; a 2. 4.e.g. 10 It. 14, IS, ?. 22 * JE, a, 30, 32. a d 34 of township 110. of ran** 22. 1 h *H s of m<tiof 4; mo ion S;?*otu?n 10, ?ief? the N 3k of the NK Motion 14 tr\a M X *1. a. a"d -4. of townahia 106; aae' 10m 2 4.6*. 10,12. 14. IS ?, ? 34, ? and ?; the N' S tho !N S ot tho 8k. V. and tho NV?f the 8W W. of aaotio 1 30: tha NK V and tha N S?f the N rt \ of oactiou 34. vf town*nip 1<*>; poetioo 2; tha W ?* .?f (anion 3 ?eo tiona 4 to 10, inoluMve; aeoti >1 a 12,14. IS 2o. a. a, % a. 3\ S. and a. of township Uo. of range a. jv>< tion* 2 4 6 8, 10 it 14 It. 2'. a a'd tha N S.thaN S ? ( the 8E and th* N H of tha8W V of aeoti n JS: ?eotion 38; the NKliul aoot oa to, of townahjp l?i aootiona t, 4, ft, S T?, It, 14, IS > .?. *I JO. W, 3', 3Z, a DO 34. Of K>WDUI> 110, 111 janfe 24 Meoiono 2. 4. 10,12, and 14; the S J* of tire I*V. VL 01 emotion 22; the .N S and the N fc of the Sh \ f aeotion 24. ol to vn*hip Iu9; ae?ti<-na 2, IV. 12.14, 22. 24, and Ai; the K H of eootion 23; auction 34, o| townehtp 110. of ran** 2 ' SeoMo- 2, 4. 6. ?. 1*. 12. 14. IS. 2n. 22. 24. K, 2V3 32 an 1 34. of towualiip l'<; t?? Se. J|| >-f section 21; aeotion- 2S. 2J. 32. and 34. ot Utwnamp Ml: aectiora 2 4, a?d t>: tne > H.ai" the N >* of ?**Vfc of emotion *; N >? ol th- NE and the N V* ot >he NW % of aaotion 1", of townai>i? IIP. of ran?e 21. Station 2; the * % of the N t. tha 8 S of tha N W ^ and tne 8 H ol aeotion 4: the t?E ot the j*K * ot eection 6; aectlona 1.10.12. 14. II. an. 22, 24. X, 2U, S',32, ftnd 34, of towrahip 1U>; et-o.ion* 2 and 4; the ft )t, and tne NS?f th? 8 K V, ol aeoti-n *; the N H of aeotion 10; aection 12, exo^at the N K of the SE Jtf, oftowuehia 11", o? >?nre 29 TheS % of t'h* N K V ***d the a K of a?otio? It, aeotion* 14, t\ 22. 24, X. 23. 30. 32. am) 34. ot tovn ahi? I'6; the N W J* ?nd tn*? of a*ottoa 4: ?ao_ tiona 6 and ?: the i\W )? of aeouon 10. the N S of section 11, of tnwn?hta IV, of ranraso The H * ?>f the SE *, *nd the fi S of the S W V, of amotion 24; amotion JS; the K W. and the 8 W V f eaetinn 32; section 3'. of towns' lp 1?*; eaotinna 2.4, 6, a. in, 12, 14.14, and JO; tha N S of aeotua 22; tne N )ii and the 8** \ of i-etfn 90. of township 1 I: aeotcna II and />; aeotion 22. except 'he NK W of th?Nh Jfc. aectiona 26. 2', ?j, 32, and 34, ?f town hip 109, of ring* 31. At the Lard Pffioe at St. rstik. oommenpicg on Monday, the fifth day of NoTimmr next, for U>? diapoea! of the < acant land* in the *rtn numbered sections and parts of sections, Within th ?md?rmectu>n?d townahipa, which renain t<> the Umt*d State* with'a six mi'eaon'ach aide of the ra Iroada, ' f on. St Paul and from St. Anthony, via Minneapol'a. to the ?outhern Mnndary of'he Territory. with a hraioti. <ia Farihau t to the north line of the state of low*," and "f om Winon*, via St. Vetera, to a point on the Hig Sioux river." rut>ie~t a* '"quired, t>y aw to a minimum of rve dollars and.hfiy emt.? p'r acre, vix : North 4f th* baft .mm and west of the fifth prmriprl meridian. Townah'pa I'M. 107. and I0R. of rant** 7, an 1 9. Townahip* ins and 1(7. ot range* 10. 11 11. and IS Townamptirc. I<7, and 1 8, of iang*e 14, 15. and 16 Townahipa "*> and IC7 ofrane?e 17 aid 1> Townahipa 10<i 1(7,1<R, and 110. of rant* >9. Townahipa 10?, 107,1 g, 19, and 110. of rangea tn tnd 21. Townah'pal'A 107. and I 8 of ranee 21. Townampa 10K. M-7. If?, and 109. ?.f rauge 23 Townahipa H<5 and 10? ofran?e24. Townvhipa lo*. I09,aud ll't.cf ran tea 15. M, and 17 Townahipa 1"7, ID. i<9. and 110, of rango 21 | Townahipa ;06,17,1?8, loo, and 110, of range* 29, P, and Si. At the I,and Office at CHATriiLp, commencing >n Monkey, tne i*enty-mrtli oay of Octob?r next, f"r ihrt dueoaal of the puh'io landa heretofore unifl-r?d. aituatol in the 10.lowing townahipa and >arU of town&l.ipa. v z: IWorth of the bast liar and test 9/ the fifth principal atn i<ia*. Section* 2 4,6.?, in, 12. IS. 14 '8. and t\ the8?< >f eectun. 21: necUoa 22 t 3>, inolnai ve, of tovnahip 01; aec iof! 36; tue Ehol tne t?K ^ < f aeotion 24; :he S X of St \ faection 32; aeotion M o. tow 1ihtp |< 3; ??ctio- 12. the N of * ction 14: the 5> X >f the Sk \ and th? the SW % . f aectio->8; the N X of the NE ^ and the N X 01 the IS W X >f aMvion M, of townkhip 105. of ramie 9. Hrotiona 2. 4 6, f>, 10.12, '4. >8, to. 2) and 2i; the S % oi *ecuon K ; action* SR. 28. anu Si. to 3>, inc u live, of t'?wr?hip ot; tne > % >f the SE \atd the 3 K of the 8W \ of iwt oal'; section .2,exoept the IS W M of th? ,N W %. section* 14, '8. 8". 22. 24, ffi, 28 31. &, %i d 31, o| tf>wn?hip 102; the 8 H of the BK 3% and t* H oi the 8\V K or section 14; a>*otiocs St, 2*. and 24, he NW 3* of section 38; seotlons 18 knd <>f ?own>hip I' 5. of ranee 9 Seouon*2,4. 6, 8. in, tj, 14, and II; the 8 K of a*ction 19; seotion* *n 22. 2?, and 26; the SH'I "ction 27; seotlons -8 to Si, inclusive, of tosrna.tlp 101; Motion 4, eio<*Pt the N H of the .N E \m, loftmni 6. 8, tnd 10; the 8 S ?'f t-oiion 12; recuons 14, 11,20 22. 14. 26, 28. an. S?. and 'M.of tow^.htp I Q; the H\Y W jf ?'et;on trie 5* K of the N \V V the 8 VY Jf, and the S s ?>f th<* t*K *n or ction ;u, 01 townai.ip 1'S the 5* of Nvetioo lu: the 8 H "t section S?4; the NK ^. the N S of ?he NW V atj?1 the N *4 of the SE 3^ of section a6, township n? <>f range lit Seotioni ?, and 4; the 8 of section 5; sections to in. ino usivr; sections 12 and 14 to 86. Indus ire, of townsh p 101: seotlons 2,4.6. 8,10, 12.14,18,20, U, 24 2* 28 SO, 32. and 34 of tnwnsh p log sec'ior s 18. and 20; seotlons >2, exoept 'h? S % of t h? N * leotions 26, 28, 30,32, and 34, of townslup 108 o ranee 11. ?ai * * - lunuu'r iwii iwuoni i ?,?, 8, 10 12.14. tad 18, I the N A X tad the 8 >6 of aeotion l?; ??oU n? S", | It, 24. and J6; the 9 oT ie?Unn ST; a?ct ona 28, to IS. ino'gire, of townahip 1<W the K ol the 8 v\ ^ jf amotion 2. eecti- n? 4 6 8 and 10; ih? 8W \ tail ;he 5 H of the 8K V ?f aection 12; aeotiona 14. 1*. N>, 22, 24 36 28. 3 > 34, and 34 . of towurliip 108; ?eo.lo n If; the W H and the W Kof the 8K V of aeo '. on 2<i; the 8 W ^ ol *ecti->n i8. ?ecttona 3u, and S; ;he W H of the SVV \ of aeotion 34. of townahip U<4, of range 12 Townahip 101; aeotion 2; the SW X of aeotion 3; Motion 4 to in, ino uaive, 9 W o! auction ll;e?o ion 12; the 8 W ^ ol aeotion is; ntioi a 14, to 3S, inolaaive, of 'ownahip 108: aeotiona 2, 4. 6 8.10,12, 4. and 18; tlief NW)i and the 8 X or aeotion IH; >eot:ona 20 22 , 24.26. and 28; ?he vV % 0f ??ouon ft; aeotiona 3 . 31. aid J>; th" 8 W of etion 31, lection 34.of townahip 108; aeotiona 2 4,6,8, in, 12.14. 18, ?i,22 24, Ti, 3$ + . 32 at d 34, of townahip (4; the 4ort the 8 H of eeotion 30: aeotioo 32. exnept the i> % of the N K 3*. the 8 K of the 8 W \ of aeotion 34. of townahip iu5. of rar.re *3 Townahip* 101 and 102; aeotion 2; the 8W k of eotion 3; aeotion 4 to 10, inolative; the W % of the N\V>? acd the ' % ol aeotioa 11; ae*t'oi> 12;ihe N W H and i he 8 K of eeotion 13, arotmna 14. to 35. inoluaive, of low-ahip 108; aeotiona 2, 4. 6. 8. 10, 12, 14 and 18: the NW uf aeotion 19; aeotiona go, 22 24 , 26 28 3" 31.32 am! 34, of townahip 104; the W K nf a -otion 4; a-otioi>a6, and 8; the N W 3% and the 9 S of aeotion 10; aeotion 14 exoept the N K of the fc F V aeotiona 18.30, and 23. aeotion 24. exu?pt the N uf the N E Vf; aeotiona 26,28,30, 32. and 34, of townahip 1'5, of ralife 14 Sect ona I to 6 mo uaive; aeotiona 8 to 18, inotaaiTf; aeotiona 2" to 3". inolaaive; aection* 32. 33. 34, and 3V "f Uiwn?hip 108; eo'iena 2.4.6.8,1", and 12; lh?>W!* a'd the > s of aeoti< n 13; i'cjo'1 It; the N fc i? ard th? 9 S of reotion IS; auction* 18 to 3u. inolu?ive; the amotion 31; oeetioca 32. 33. M.andS*. of to? nehlp 1'4; *eotiona 2, 4,6, f , 10.12, 14 18,2 , 22, 24,26. 2B,?). 32, and 34, of townahip 16, of ranee 15 8^eti"?? *. *' ? 10- 12. U. 18. ? 2i * * ? Si, and 34, ol townahip 1' 1: the t J* of the ?*vV ^ of emotion 2; th? 9 S f ?*oUoo 4: aeotiona 8,1ft, 12.14. It, t\ 22 M Si, 28, 3 i, ?. Ud 34, of townahip 1 6, of ranre 16. Station 12; the K)i?f aeotion 24, of tavnahipl'L the ? H nf ?eoHon 2; tion 12; the K it of aeoti'>n 14; *eotion 24, ol township 1(2, tertlona 2.12,14. 24, Mid 28, of townahip K3, or rante 17 Th?* K W of ??etion 14. and the k H of taetioaS4, of towuah'p 106, f ranee 18. toction* 2 4.6.8.11. 14,18,20 ?nd a; the W % of l^otion 34, 'Mtiom 28,21.38.32. an* 34, of towa k i p 1M; otion* 4 6,"8, end 10; the W S of Motion 14; nwtione 18 21. 22 *>,23,3' 3i. and 34. ol town in<Pl08;the S of aeotiou 4, aeotionai and 8; the W \ of aertios K; e?otion? 18 2 ,22 SB 3D 35 and M. of fwn?hip 1<?; the W of I'cion 18; acetiana () and 32 of to*n>k<i 104 ?>T <anpa 19 Boo(i''na 2 4.5,6.7.8,10,12,14 17. 18,1?, t\ 22, ?4. 16,28. 29,3), 31, and 32; the W h of aeotion 33 eoe uon 34. of townahia 101; aaotioaa 2 4,6,7, 8,10.12 tnd 14; the W S of'aeotion 17. eootionalS, 19 30,28, 14,26.28.29,30 31, 37. and 34. of townahie 1'2; aeo jona 2 4.?.8. IMS, 14 18, vft, 22, 34. 36. ? 3?, 31 32, tnd 34 or townahip 103, aao lone 2 4,6,8,10,12 14, .8,20,22, 24, V6, 28, 33, Si, and 34, oflow.-.hip 104: he 1*\w w of a'otion 4; (tie 8 S of the NW j( and aeotion 6; aeotiooa 8,18, 30, and 22; the W H "f aeoUon 28; aeotiona V, SO, 32. aad 34, ( lownahip 106 of ranee SO Townahiaa 101 and 1M; aeotiona 2to It, ineloaiva; ;h? W H of aeotion 13; a*otioaa 14 to 36 ino uet?e, >f townahip 103; aeo-iona 2,4,6.8 10.12. and 14: ne IN w Jtf and the 8 X of section IT: sections 11 to !i, mo usive; Motion* 24 and 98; the W % ofroettoa 7; iMtmu 91 to 94, ine nsire.of townsfclp 104; mo iiona 2, 4, ft. 8, 10,12.14,11. 2 , 23.94, 3>, 28, Jo, si. tnd 34 of township 1?6. of range 21. Townships 101. 1't, ud 103; seouo- 2; ths 8W fc tf Motions; sections 4 tnS5. inolxive,oftowaahis (H; Motions 2, 4, 6, 8. 10.12,14,11 S? 22 24, 98. 9f \? the $ % of Motion SI; amotions 92 aud C4, of own*hi? 106, of ranjre 22. Township* 101,102 1?S. and 104. Metions 2 4.6,1. *. 12. 14. and 18 tli" 8 K of sootion 19: sections 2), i.94 2". and 28 to 3( inolaaive; the NW ^ and Mm 1 X of sootion 36. of township 106. of ran** 23 Townships 101,102, K3, and 104; eecti os 2. 4 and ; the 8 S of soot.on 7. so? ion 8; the 9 S of section ; sootion 10; scotioas 12 and 14 to 36. laolasive, of ownship 106, of ranee 2i. At tha Land Oftse at Cbayfiblb, oonmenoinf n Monday, the twelfth day of Nor^absr neit, or the disposal of the ?scant lands in the even umbered tectiont and parti of iKtiesj, within the nderm?ntioned towmnlps, whieh remain to tlw Inited States, within six miles on each side of the si I roads f'o-n Minneapolis, '-via Faribaa t. to tae orth line of the State o' Iowa,' ' fmm Winona, ia 9t Peters, to a point on the Bi? Sioaz river " nd "from LaCresoent, ria Target lake, np tb? alley of Root river," snhjeot as repaired hy law, ? a minimum of ttco dollar i and fifty cent* per acre, is: forth of the base lime and west of the fifth rritipnl uriiiie. Township 106, of range* 4,5,6,7,8, 9,1ft, 11,12, IS, 1.16.17.18,19. and 3D. At the Land O?oe atSvxBiss Cirr eonnMceioi n Monday, the twenty-eeoond at iui?k-. ext. for the aupoMJ of (fet f nblio land* heretofore nuffjrad. sitaated in Um following t?wwkii? ud iru of towaahips, rim: forth ofththm^i /mm and wttf of the fourth rrimei pal muridimm. Fraotionai tnvship* ?. <S, 44, and 4ft. of ru<i U Tr vnahip* <2 , 43 44. an/l 45, orrauf* it. Towml ip? ?9 and 44, or ru|? IT. Townihip 42, of rang* 19 Towji-hip? y and 4., of ran** 21. Beo ion* 1 to IS. Inclusive; Motion* 90 to ?? Intivr; Motion* 3\ 3*. 34, nod 9ft, of tovanfeip 99; >wn*hip* 34, SS. 96, ana 37. ofran??tl ttoction*9. 4.6 6.10.13, 14,16.90.9 94.96.96. aad I. of town?kii?: anotion* 1 ana 9; ?he K. fc t + BSSBSmSsSOSSH il it * ftad a^oftovnskip M; tovatkipem S,mM P. ?T ^Vunt, r. the K H. ?nd the \ W of rrUM 4; the NEJ| cf eeetiua |A; loetioi imt K V, of Mm NK % ofMoUoa 14; U?NK)| of tie NK^oImo tloa <4, of tow*?hi? a, e-?U na 2. 4. ?, . 1?, n, 14. It, ?, a. ? ?. * a>. S ?n<J *4. if to?n? hip S*; Motion* 1. t, S. ud 4; the R H nt bon i, htUoii a&d ? tt.e K S? <" ? ou ?; irstioni 10, .1, IS. IS. ?nd 14. the S 'f o^e* IS eertione ' Sn. ud f?, the N % < I MMtna ?. eOtlODi ?4. ? ? 3". Si. *rn 4 of t?vi?hif M. t >wn*hif af> e?"?pt th? \% S of nc'jn 91; tova hip* * Ud W. of i?n?eS4 Section* t *n4 4. th?\K VtheN S ?f the NW V, ud the N 4 of the *K "* ot teen ?. tfre XR H of a-ouoi ; ectu?e>? 1??.i2 end 14; tn? * th? K S of th? nW W.th- NW of Lhe N W t,. .ml th? K S of the 8W "? of 'OjUOB e ?tt U. e~e Uon 36,exomt ?own?h *; Motion* *. 4 ?. 8. 1*. 1*. U. ? *' ? ?? *, ?. ?. and St. tovbcl if octioM | to I* n.e the N 4 of mouor IT: ae?ttoiia IB SB. 21 a, and 24; t he N 4 of Von *; e-otioB.? *jf. 31. and 34 of t. wn-hip S-; tovnckip *, frtoUoLal townehip 43 of ranc 2S Helt on* i, 4. S.8 18, It, 14.18. SB. S2 fd , the N V the N 4 of t"<??E * and th? fc 4 of the ?W V of amotion SB: the NK % tie IE K ?C tho N W \ and the N VV \ of tfce .% W S, of aMlfe* ? of t<>wnahip 34; ectiuDe 1 t? C. inc. etiowa B and 10; the N 4 of eection 11; e#?tiore tt. 14 I8r ll.B.M.?.a.!l IMBdSi uf ln??lhll*:lii?t ship 3S: t notion vi u/wnahip 44 of r?n| i*. Smuhi 2, 4. ?. 8, in. It. m4 U aootioa It. a*oe?t tke ?W ^ of th* t?VV k: tl?f_N V ?M N S of tke 9W S, aud the N ^ o1tk? SE V of ctioc S ; aaa Hon* jU and 24; th. N S ?f tb* r? ? l* of ?s of towoiklf M; M?tinni 1. f, 4,#. t. T*, It. 14. It. **. n. M.a.sa.ri 32. an**, of u?wMhi?*;M?noM 1 Co IS I cln?ire; seati ns an to St. i"?8l?el*o; Uoi. SB. S2. 54 ard S5. of townah</ *; townak>| 41; fruticBti lownihiM 44 iiid 41, of .%& * f m At tli* Land Ortio* at PointRD, ?om???oiiii on Monday, ths fifteenth dsy of (>rioi ?J f"? the disposal of tba pub 10 lands her#U>. vr? not Sod. situated in tba f lowin< tovna'f* otiona toWLahipa, vii : North n.f ikt bait Jim aad iniI of Ik* fowrik p <*tv pal mirtdtmn. Fractional township CI, of ranee I. motional township S3, and township CI, of ranee 2 PrantioaaJ townships J* at d , of rattle 3 f- r??! mnal to wr slips S* and a*, of ranaa 4. Fraotiona. township M, aad towtship St, of raataS fr ctionai townships 57 and M of taaca < raational townships 55 aad S6, and township 9t of rans* 7. Pra' ?i nal townships ,S4 and 96, aad township SI , of raace g. Kr? otional townships S3 and 54, aad towaship S&, of rti(? 9. Lands appropriated by lav for tka aaa of aekools, Indian, military and otliar parposss, will ba as aindad fn.ni the talos. I'he tracts a'ong tka lin?s of tka railroads will ka n'H II l.lsilt Ika n-W# ft/ ? ? ? ?? ?^ V - - * ? ?-?t ? ?n? i|u? "i vbjtiiftnin ur wnw 4th Angust IRii. for Mud railrnnsls. and U* pMticutar tracks cat by the ruotn will be so id iimtaming the quantities r*?p?ntiv?l; ih??i 01 Um official r without deduonone. The <flennc of the above land* will be eomm?cced on th* dara appointed. and wilt proceed in tb? order in wbicb they ad ve UmJ nntil tb? whole shall hare been off-red. and fbe ?in hns dosed. bnt no sale sha'1 M kept open longer than tw? week*, and no private er.tr? or an* of the lends will be admitted antii afW the rxpi ation m the tw? weeks Given under m* hand,at the City of Waahington. this seventh day of July, anno Domini one tboasaad eight hundred and aixt* JAMES BUCHANAN. Br the Preeident: Jos 8. WiLaon. Commia*ionet*of the General Land Offio?. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CIJMMAKT9. Every eeraon entitled to the right of pre-emption to an? of the land* within the townahips aad parte of t"Wr>*hipa above n?. nti'?ned. is required to establish the seme to the satisfaction or the regiater and receiver of the proper land office, and ??**? pnytntnl tkrrrfor <t? jimm a* prmrttrabU after IffMI tktx aottft. and N fere the day appointed for the commencement of the public sale or the lands est bracing the tract claimed: otherwise each claim will be forfeited. JMK 8. WILSONCommissioner of the Genera; Lead Office I'eder the regulations cftbe Department, as heretofore ami now existing, no payment ran be made for advertising prnclamat ons except to aaeii Bubashers as are rprnally \*?4 U> pufeiah by la ? owmuBKin" of the General Land Offise. jy ID lawi*w.\V I |a 4?MJisri'a. mJ lurmou LOCK HOSPITAL, Asi Diseeesrsd Us oeif Csrtsta, flyss<>,aa< ?/t Ef?rt*+1 htwudf m 1*4 WorU, FOR ALL DISEASES OF IMPRUDBNOB. LET NO FALSE DTLICACT PREVENT. APPLY 1MMED ATELV. A CURE WARRANTED. OR NO CHARGE, IN FROM ONE TO TWO DAYS VHbM af lb* Itll. Iintlim Afa?u?a af U< IM??n u< lUdlii, inv?laDt*PT DiKktrfw, L?miiii;, tuml DabtUtv. KirmmiH, Dvipiptf ,L? tMt.U* thitU. Ca?fl>ln af Ideas, Palpitauac af ib? Haari. ~'??diljr, Traablaaf*, Diaa*** af St(t( ar ?lddir.**?, Di**u* *f lb* id, T>m^ Haa? ar 8k in, Af amWaf iba Lliifi, Iimu(I af wtato Imi TamMa Dtaard*ra irnuf Bin try lakni af Yaaih?Omm Draadfa! aad 0**iracu** Pncuc* *kjaa n*. d?r Mttm| a lapaaaibta, and daacrav ha la Kady ud MM YOVM0 MKJi Kapaaiall* wfca Ittt taean i Lb a >kum af SalHary TIm, tkr; draadfal aad daairacu** baku wbicb luiallt r?**p* ta ba aiiUwaly fr*?a 'haaaand* af Yaat ( Ma a afci* Mat ? tiled laiaat* aad brillant ioi*ll*ci, aba aifbt atbarvta* ba?a eatraccad liataniAflani'^a ?Kb tb?ib?odara af aiaaaaaaa m vakad la Maw; iba living lyra, mty aaii Mfe Ml ?a?t tell. MiUUAd MAU1KP "r "T ? tr-yiaii^lHiilai rlart, kam| aware af ahaateal waakaau, HfaaM daMHt^, darermiiiaa, AtafiaattUt carad a wbe placee biaaaif andar Ua data af Dt. i. at; rallal aaety aonlda ta hia kaoar aa a patlaaua aad laaidaaiif iat| P*l baa akil: aa a pbyaiciaa oppice Ha. r Bom ruotucimin, I aft band aidafata* "rata Balnura auaac a fa* daaaa f*va Ik* earner Pail aa* ta abeerae aaaa aad aaaka*. kattaaa Mai b* paid aad a* a lata a all ap BLjouma, Maaber* af Ua Rafai Callage afl*i|M*d, Uate, g? Jt*tt fraaa ana af Iba Mat amwaat CaUagae ui Iba Sailed (Maa, Mtii of Lm4*t., P?r?, PkiUhMM u< iIhwIin, Im ah hiiad Nni af lb* MM uwmrtni car** UM vwf I'N knavn, latoy traatiad ?ut nnf in( in tka kaad u< mm *k?i uIhi: rr? -1 itr>??HNi. kam* ?Uiw< M nMh aaacda, k?ahf*Tn?aa wiO' fraijaaol kiwting, mm* Un VIIk daranf amari *f Bunk, ?? CWl< lutkkl*lf< take ritnciut HOT1CB. Tm>( Mm ui acker* *u kaaa u.)ara* tka??l?ki kf i aruit. p rattic a ladaif *d m vkaa akaa-a kaka frwipiuy la?rt??d trare **il t?ipaaiMa, at at *<kM., M *(Mk a) which ara akfkUp fah avaa vk*a aalaaf, aad if a? iart(. raadara B*rn>(i mpvMikl*, aad daatmJl kMk nM4 aM kadr, abMld apply watjaiaw. rtaaa ara **o>a afU* Md tW almWy affaat* Mfdaaad k; aarl* haktu *( jaklt via > Waakaaaa af tka Back atd Itmka. hM 1a tka Baad, Dtnnaaa af fcf hi.Laaa af Maatalii Pavar, PalpttatMa af lha lNn,D?ip*pa;, N*r**M MmMkp, DartAfamaoi af tka Di|**U'a faatUaM, Caaarai Pakliy, nnauin of C<x.*amru*<i. 4c MIPTTALLT -T?a f*irfal*(*cuM tka aM an Ma^ka ka drat dad -Lnaa of Mamary, Caafaai?a af Ida*a, DapraaaaM , tflpma, Bail rarMixp, k?aram afl*tia(i. Mf-ChatiM^ U'i^?( kahtada, Timidity. alt , ara aaaaa af tka *n|a paaIk tka mm* af tkaar dacliainf kaaitk, I aaaaa tkatr**^raa, aaiaf vaak. pala, aar?*M ud aaaciataA, ba?io( a ilaplai lyyaama* *Vm tk* ayaa. i?ayt ar ayptfa af aaaaafkaa DISEASES UP IMPBUDBMCK. VkMlka MtaUaf udiMiadaiu^mf a * > ha ku lm>ibad tba ???<U W (in ptaM dlaaaaa, U m Ah b?yyiai t"i ?r 11' tT?< -TT" rf-T-f at 't-it-irr <Hir? Ma fr?m applru>( la tbaaa wk*, few adatanaa sal ! vaapacubtltty, (u tma kifnn< In. klto Mb A* ku4i af iptrui u< 4?n?it| muWin, ?W, awnMt W tinu, tick bit pttnur; nWiu, ki?f Ma mMm mU >Ai> MtU, * u kaac w Ika hhIIw fat MB H abIumI ltd w liaptir In*i witb rwaad kMht ta Ml ** 1 In plbt| diaappatauaanti ar by Ika >H af tkai ! ?; p?m, Mtrcary. baaiao tk* mmuimmmI lyBMM af iMi ItmMt kNtN, ikI u tliciMMf'lki Run. Tbraat, km, km.Ac.. pmniiucf with fruWW raptdtty. all <Mlt mi ( ml ta ht.dra.dfal Nltnui by iw4u| Ma?lku? WM'ittd Mas cry frta ibwOwtat m ln??l? imbm. ML JOinORt UMBDT FOWL OftOAJnc tllHW AMD mPOTKNCT. ylMi (rniut Imwum nmiy tutom mmm im apaadtly car*4 ul Ml ifw raatant. Tbimili af tba mm a?nm u4 vkt had Imm all bapa, ba*a baaa lmi4kuly nbifti AH inpaduaaata u RUttk|?. Pkyrtbal at HaMbl DkM>> hattm. baaa af PracrMti'i Prwa?. Rarttn MuhIki TfaaM?| aad Waakaaaa a* Bikuaaa af tba ?a> huW IM tftttdilr car ad DDouxiuiiTorrunm Til MART TBOOaAjRMMfad attba MMMai (Mb lk? laat aavaaiaaa va.ra. ud tka atairm layantM * *!*Ml tpanuau paWbrmad by Dr. Jibaiaa, witaaaaad by M iwwun a# tka papara aad May btkai win i. iiglii ?f vktcb ba*a aapaarad afiHM4i|tb >ifai >a|llR?, b? MtabkaaaiMiit (aadaauaf abafaatat aad MMbUKy, to a iBw yaaaaat? ta tba alaiad. )aa 9-1? D*. J. BOVEE DOD'8 IMPERIAL WIJtM BITTWAS, Art bow Mag fro* Mum to tka 6 rmt Holt __ LAktt. ul Ut nnivereal v?NU?t of all who aee them cither m a matfkMM wm tmrui. M U?( they arc ac?iypn??-<5 m ib^woria^ |?r. uki und'preeent Urn for aictow public "fojS papain, Pilna. Nerrona dIiw'm, F?ren.* Yorr piauiti, and Ml mm reammnc a tonic. u???y ar? beyond doubt a moat invaluable reo any. A aid* fro? their medicinal proper tie* they are a pare, whoie eom? and dmicatfni prooaeii.? all tfce pleasant txkilettui effect* of Brai.dy er WIN vukoattiMir ikiirtNi raeniu. l-et all frienda ef hamar.ity and all a^vooate* of tamperanoe aeeiat aa in anbetitain* thnee valuat>i.a Vegetable Bittdra for the Mtairw p?geM ar<: mdmittrmitd with which the Mkntry la flooded, end UHial^ atfeo ua.iy aid ia ban shine Inaaaae anil Dmnkaaeae craele* widdifikld* co.. WaAmrtoa. ?. c Poc Diaaaeea of the Kid net a. H adder ud L<nnary Organa. at.0 aepeaiallj Ur Fen.ai* OUtraetaoD*. never fail to on re. and are warranted Ui flea aatie "^pAkLKS WIDD1 FIELD kjCOFrofnatora, T-? Wi!ba? New \orfc. je7-ly,r Ajeat. Weahiii?toc dT'c. A LAW OR AMORTMfcNT Of Hmmf A .Ai;