Newspaper of Evening Star, August 22, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 22, 1860 Page 4
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gj 1 Jgg THE gVEjSBS wi'AK. ]|T Our city rt*4en will ao doubt readily mOfnlaa la tha following portrait on* of our well known and highly nlmmedclltirm. I FOB THI Mtab. THE WHITE BEARDED LOHD. BT W CAM2IOH I4KOI la the heart of oar natioa dwells a tHonmrek dt haetKinnl. A man muoh almirod.'and by aoorea mooh belor'd; W hos* home is a kingdom wher?> mirth ho. da her (aratwl. And courtiera aaluta him aa Wait# Btardtd Lord. His manner ia/r.-mdiy aud his faae oAtimen heamiac With praita ami good humor a', hia patroaa' round a. t* Yet nought is so charming in Andrew's famed dwelling. . . , ,. A* that snowy like p that droop* o er his braftst. Bail white b*ard<d Andrew. resembling prowl Lear. Whom Shakipeare hat oo<tumed in fonni oolor'd >iaT fhv r'eign be more happy and thy exit more I oa.m . _ Than the bard's nnoned Storm King who went forth in gloom. May en rh thread of that pendant as tun* works its tiaoes; , Still cling to iU lifo bed and no>r show decay; But (listen; as ever, on thy broad bounding boeom Tin earth doea enfold thee and thylfnu] flies aw?y. But out from my bratn throne thoi Spirit qf dying Let bright wirred Seraphim reign in ?hy stcai; For A.iuaaw will /tri-ajo the tUrs have foretold As ?%? Whit* Bearded Patriarch, whom azos shsll wed W a?h [soto!!. D. C., August 20,1WW. A Tmouf or Mktkoks?The numerous brilliant meteors which have appeared this summer have given rise to much speculation and comment. Prof. Bartlett's theory for the explanation of theae phenomena is, that '-meteorsare of tne nature of planet*, and circulate about the sun in orbits as unerring as th-tr earlier brethren When they and the earth couic simultaneously to those points of their orbits which are nearest together, the action of the earth often becomes superior to that of the sun, and the small masses are drawn to the surface Plunging with enormous velocity into our atmosphere, ILt-se little bodies compress the air In front and rub against it with such violence on the sldes^as to produce heat enough to fuse, and light suffl?ent to illuminate the most refractory and darkest of the substance* The exterior and d olten crust is swept to the rear by the resisting air; this, in its turn, is fused and carried backward and so on till finally the whole trick of the meteor is strewn with groups of disintegrated and sclntllatlng material.'' Tisaivic Stobx is Lk*sbc?? ?On Saturday night last the Sown of Leesburg was visltel by one of the rr.tml violent storms that has passed over that section of the state for thirty years The wind was extreiftely violent, the lightning and thunder fiercer than has been known for years. an<l tb* rain fell In floods that deluged the'town, driving every one within doors At one time the water run along Kinx street in such floods ttat the street presented the appearance of a creek. All the cellar* are filled, and a considerable amount of damage done In various portions of the town A hailstorm, also accompanied the rain,*nnd the corn in many places was cut to pieces Fence* were blown down, and much other damage done to the firms in the range of the storm. The storm lasted about an hour. A max with a rag-bag in his hand was picking tip a lar^e number of piece? of whaiebone which lay iu the street. The deposit was of such a singular nature, that we asked the quaint looking gatherer how be supposed they came there. "Don't know," he replied, In a squeaking voice," 'spect some unfortunate female was wrecked hereabouts " n i .1 uisiooric stone, weigning from four hundred to five hundred pounds, fell in McAlisterviile. iaulaU county, on the 5th Instant. fC^Chaa H Eavs one of Walker s Niciraijna soldiers. xraa ahotand killed at Denver City. P. P., on the 4tu instant. ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. NATIONAL. HOTEL -P E Broches. VM; H K M?r A H D.okicson, Mil; A J Bowm, Va; M D and taUy, iia; Miss K Spain, do; v\ R.."?j! ta. do; Mia# S Young,do; J F Hsvbt, do; T Def -rd, Mfl;J B Crouin, >Y;J liarsnb, do, A F rita, luh !a-'y, Ga; A K B*aoh. N Y; M F Norton, do; GO Hadbour *, Me, L A Wbitaiy, Md; J Litb>. Va; L J MitcU i , Mo; M'? A White, Va, W N Richardson. A.a, W Wwd,Md;F K Ward, do; i? L?*t Ala; M s K Parker, do; Miss Hutxon. do; R Ka/.lacd and lady, Va; Miss M F Raclaud.do, Miss \1 V K&fiiLd, do; Miss M Ragland, d?; E Ragl?nd, ^o; J 1) Kaclai:d, do; J M Dickinson, do; s ?i Buokand lady, Pa; Miss Buok, to; K Macbelby, SC; Mrs Maobelby acd faint y.do; Mi'S Kenny, flo; J Ca.dweli anJ !aly. P VV Chrish and lady, do; J Henderson. ?!? ; Mrs Col Myers and family. La; ?V A Bail,do; Miss A H Bail, do; J W Norton, two dauti.ie e, oo; Master Norton, Mrs M Wesdou. children and maid, do: A O I ?s?? ' " * dear, do; 8 B U.msje, Ua; C M Joknsun V a; r A Smith. K>; VV A benasrson. Del J tf Heiderson. l?oot;S fc Wfhder and lacy, USN; Dr Barnes and lady, USA; Miss J Edmar.dsoi), Tena; K A Moors, do; K A Htjn-on, Jo: V tie woe, Ky;Miss Wi.son. do; Mim Tauiietull, Tenn; J A Ward and iaojr do; W J Berry aad iady, do; K T Merrill, 11 ; f J V\ i? l.*ad!ad?. Texas; Miss M E VV'arnaok. do; W B Willis. Va; J C Kenney and lady. Miss; N Davidson, If Y; J Guest, Md; E Kahm, Pa. BKOW.N'S HOTEL ?9 R Bri*gs, J Bodme, N Y;PSwanboa aad ly, Ala; Mrs J Dallensort and daughter, Va; H f?t#rson,U; Mnston, Mrs M M Vu.e, A Tex; J Granand 1*. La; N Smith, DC; J Moon, Miss Urum,Ml?s Watt, M ss; Mr a> d Mrs Varnuss and daugbt r, NY; Dr R Carnall andly.E Lvick and fun, W N Thompson, Mrs ii e nftaid a'd dasgbter.Mns Morris mil d%ushter, RlAmis, A 4 Amis, L*; H Austin, Tenn; D Mil.er, Nt ; *<; J A Patloa and ly, Miss Ker.NC; B Hu?h?f, C header. La; T Alexander, H Strausse, Va, W a p d and ly, N J; T Fisher, W Wioana and lam, M Va entioe. i,a;S Scott, Pa; E Wa'ker, J Adams, A A Jiaon and ly, E Vankirk and Is, Ala; RA iUoore. R a Benton, Tenn; Miss U fcdmondson, * i ?; li (i Lahd?ll *??i i- ?? J - _ _ _ . mj ? ar?>) v v ff immxyj auu ijy Tenn KIRK WOOD HOUSE -G I.ookwood, (ia; S E E?*m, E K Musjrive and lj, SC; Ken liSO Hill, C\V; J C Norris, Md; M S Carman, Pa; J Tuc?er, SC;U Parlbeok, I\Y; Capt Benharo USE; J An1>c: W Moore and It, Ind; J B Ka?uvsm, Mus; A Cai; C Morrison, NV; J S G illicit a-dly, L3A. OCEAN STEAMERS' SAILING DAYS Fboh thb Ubitkd States. Steamert. . Leav. For. Day$. Enropa New Vork>..LiT0r*ool.. ? AartAUO .........New York .Havre -Aui 2* ___New York...Liverpool,.?Aag.a8 Uimnoui* New York. .Hamburg S^pt 1 Arabia. Boeton .Liverpool... .ftep*.. 8 Africa .....New York ..Liverpool... Sept 25 From Echopi Neva Sootiaa... .Liverpool. ...Uueb^c Aug. 11 Va>.derbitt ^...South^pton.. .New York...an*. 15 Afrioa ? Liverpool... New York.. Aug. )8 Jura Liverpool... .N ew York... Avg. 21 Foltoc.. . South'pton...New York.. Aug 22 Bew York..? ,*outn'pton...New York.. .Aug.22 orth Briton... .Liverpool U ueboc....... Aug. 2S Oana<ia ?. Liverpool... .Hoaton Aug. 85 Hohemiaa Liverpool Portland ?Aug. 30 The Havana mat! tramera leave New York on tb* *1. -Mb, 17th, a.id 27th of each month, and Cfcarleatoe on the 4th and 19th. Tua California mail iImumti leave New York on tlM 5tn and 2"<tn of month. CALVERT FORD. Ja., O. A POTHbCAh Y AND DR UGGIST. Pbhn. Aviac*. Corner or Eleventh St., Dealer in PURE DRUGS. CHEMICALS, STANDARD FAMILY MEDICINES, inoiiuling the laitst and most approved FRENCH MEDICINAL PREPARATIONS; CHOICM ARTICLE8*FOR THK TOILET, mbrtoMuf every variety FRENCH. ENGLISH A.NU AMKRICAN PKB FI'MERY, SOAPS, HRUSaES.Ac. r.ie proprietor' pernouil attention given at all h<wrt to the eon., >unlia? of Phjsieiant' Prescriptions au 1* 12t I. ?. ?. UMiL ?. a. MOTT. I. k imi. I^AMAR. MOT** AUT^Y^ yg AT LA9 mu.T sniw, Miss., Will pracUoe in tue H:*h Court of Errors and Ap M.itt Jackson,the FederaJ Court ftt rontotoo, |u? CoarU ut tbe 6*>v?u.a J adioiai District of MitUtii.iBil wiii attend to th* Co.iMtiOB of CI bum PL Kb OLD R V K WHISKY.?On iiand kviii foraud - of Par* GUI Ry Whi' ky. Copper Dis tU"?i. made by th? moat reUab.a diatiliere ;i. P*onsylvaaia. Maryland and Virginia, warrau'ed par*. Aiao. <npvrtnd Hrandies, Heunessv, Ouird. Dapuy * Co.. Jalea KoMns, to. Also, p.-aoh ana Apple Bnuxly. pure Hoi.and 81n, old Jamaioa and tit. croU Mam, and Wines of every variety, all ol Standard biaa ls. A choioe lot of Cigars and To &voo<> Yt?l'Sp A KKPHART, AtenU, ' ?a U-tv <?< P% av.. hate 9th and lorji ?t?. I DL'PU ?T'S GUNPOWDER, I F- r sm? at manafaotarers prices, by JOHN J. liOttLE, OioiutTow.i. D. C? I Sol? Astiut for tk4 District ol C+lumM*A ? ^ ? on tifcjiJ, *n<f d?cwfd free to all ptrte of the Die- | t lot. Ordei o*n feso t>eleft %t theofioeof Attmr i CHICK1- KINO & SON* WORLD RE- 1 nvwMd PI AN OS, <?nly for mle bf to nt? rilvr, ?t vlxiM nxt?u>ir? ware ooirt ( Ki wil ind ?lw?j?a large at->ok,e<nt>rao HI ?' v?r> variety, (;>,prior of riarafo Mien poo ea?j ttrmi or diiuout tor cui Piano* aieo from oIam good ?.aker?. Piano* for Uire. 1 JOHS P. Ff-LVB. Pi*no ami Mimic Dealer, 104 P? *7 . between ?Ui ai d I0?h ate. Meiiefytay free of poet. Mart?J itutra- t " - juxw * auMCUELL, J TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY, j r~3 CAPON SPRINGS. | V RW aad improved rout? via the Midmmi Gap es&rts "fi? in pm only M mlwofrtagin* orere*3L2?E^e=:^e* a comfortable ami safe road. Leava Alexandria ii?theur*n?e and Alexandria Train at 7.15a. id., take the Ma'.aeeae ear* at the Jnootion, arrive at Capon by 5 o'clook p. m c Fare from Alexandria to Caeon ..S5.no t From Waahington to Capon'. ~5<*> Por infrrma'ion enquire at the Rail Road Office t oomer of!*ixth ?t. ana Pa. aT.,'n Washington, and j at the Ticket Oflioe on Union at, Alexandria. Va. jy H-dt20thA?< BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. ! 13 WASHINGTON BRANCH. J CHixeior Houn. i ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, June 13th, , 1860. train* will run a* follow*: Leave Washington at 6 30 and 7.40 a. m. : keave Washington at 3J0 and 5J0 p. m. i n Sunday at 3 20 p. m. ^ve Baltimore at 4.25 and 8 40 a. m. ; re Baltimore at 3.16 and ijn p. m. (>n bandar at 4 25 a. m. Passengers for the Ea?t will take train* at 6JO 1 and 7.4" a. m and 3 20 p.m. For the West at 7.4" a. m. and 3.30 p. m. For Annapolis at7.40 a m-and &.20 p. m. For Norfolk at 7 40 a. in. On Saturday evening theSJO p. m. train goes to Philadelphia only. ie 13-d T H. P ARSONS. Agent. ; NEW ORLEANS IKT TBRZ213 IDAY8 WITH TBI CHOICE OF THREE ROUTES. ALL RAIL ROUTE, Via Orange and Alexandria Railroad TO LYNCHBURS: Virginia and Tennessee, East 'fennemsee ana Virginia, East Tennessee and Georgia, Nashville and Chattanooga, Memphis aftd Charleston, Mississippi Central, Nno Orleans and Jackson, TO NEW ORLEANS! MEMPHTS" ROUTE: Memphis by Ra 1, ttisnce by First oiass PaoktU to Mew Orleans. MONTGOMERY AND MOBILE ROUTEi Montgomery by Rail, thenoe to Mobile by Firstol&sa P&okets. Mobile to New Orleans by Lake Steamers , TWO DAILY TRAINS?Sundays Ihclitdbd, Leare Washiagtaa at 6 a. as. and 6 p. . _ The StMmw GEORGE PAGE lesw her whart 1001 oi r?eventn iirrfi at bM a. m. ana 6.^ p m. and oonneot* at Alexandria with the Orange and Alexandria Train* for the Sonthwe?t. Office?I'entM 1 varna avenue, oomer of Sixth it. 3A0SA8B CHECKS!) THROUGH TO HEW OBLEAHg. Lynchburg $7 V> Memphia #31 80 Bristol.. I5<V Atlanta ? WOO Knoxvilla >0 0") Maoon 28 00 Chattanooga........34oo c?lumbu? SI so Dslton..? 24"0 Montxomcrr ....83 00 Huntavilie . *7i"0 1 viaMempnia.42 so <iran>l Junotion 90no N.O.> via*). Jnno. .42 fiO Nashville ~? >5 So \ via Mobile...45 oo THIS ROUTE 18 ENTIRELY BY RAIL and ia 900 MILES SHORTKR_t_and 34 HOURS LESS If* T1HK ttai say oth?r I iiie?the Lynrhburr Extension seing now oomploUsl, as also the Mtssiasippi Central, m&kinc it the QUICKEST AND MOST PLEASANT ROUTE FOR SOUTHERN TRAVELERS! It is provided wit* First class Sleeping Can! ( To New Orleans T8 Honrs. i*i up ) Mouiphis .>#.^4..s4 do. Tlmb ^ jlontgomerT - 43 do. V iXMhviiie 46 do. JETThe U.S. MAIl/and ADAMS' EXPRESS are taken over this New Line. Tioketa can he obtained at the South Western Office, oorner of Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenue, to the following point*: Lynchburg, Bristol, Knoxville, Atlanta, Chattanooga. Huntsville. Grand Junction, Macon, Nashvil.e, Daltnn. Columbus, Montsomer^. Mobile, ."VJ^raphis, and \rr THROUGH TICKETS TO THS VARIOUS VIRGINIA SPRINGS. f?7"Oincibuias &n<l Baggage Wagons tsavs the olnoe at 6 a. m. and 6 p. m. JAMES A- EVANS, Tioket Acent, ma 23-tr Comer Sixth st. and Pa. THE STEAMER J AS. GUY Will resume her trips on TUESDAY, list of Jtwk February, U80. Will leave WASH r II T INGTON very TUESDAY FRIDAY, ?t6o'olook a. m..and AF.KXANDRIA ?t ha<f past 6 o'olook. for CURRJOMAN and the | in(arm?diata Landing*. On her return trios, she . P A 38 A G K . */nCU?D1N G? *M KA LB A It B .8TATfiROOM.i7.40. The New \ ork and Virginia Korow Steamahli SSfeigSW ; Hio ly^iun nui iw ?d(kn on application t< i Meaara. Morgan & Rhinenart, Western wharves i Freijht will be received up to tbe iioura of depar i !iT Insurance will bo effected on all good* b> thialmo at the otLua of the Company at H per oral i promiaou 1 The accommodations for paaaengera by this lim i are in ever; respect fcrat o asa, an?l every effort wii i tte mano to render this communication with Nr* ! York an agreeable and heoitl-.fal one. < For freight or paaeage appl7 to FOWLE A j CO., Agenis, Alexami ria. < H. B. CROMWELL A CO., i aef-ly 86 Weatat.,cornerAi'oany,New Yort. R NOTICE: j KGULAR STEAM PACKET LINE BE- ; TWEKN BALTTMORB AND ' W A8IT 1 N O TP N.-Leavc Com- j nteroe at. wharf, Baltimore, an fol ??&* s owa: i ?n. - c?_ w - io.-T ^ichol s Bvsn W KDNESDAY, at 6 p. 5 m. Oolcmbi it ev-ry SATURD A Y, at 6 p. m l.f?v? h lley* '.VhirfTat the foot of Uth street "isj&ffiksjs"whdnkodav morning. ! it6. Sr. Nicholas, every SATURDAY, at 6 a. m. t For t'rei#lit, a,c.,appl* to _ 1 tfifOS. \V. RIl.ky, Agent, , I Riley's Wharf, at the foot of t nr.?r 16-TATflm 11th ?t. Washington V! W vn n >' ? m n u> 1 ~ " * _ . st mm K X* TT /X IX 1 V A 1/ IN r STEAMSHIP LINK. ? , [ The Steamer MOUNT VKRNON will leave I \iexamiria and Washington for New ,# York KVfcHV W Ki>NK?D\Y. at i j'oiock p. m., ami New York for Wuh* tcton ererj Saturday. atSo'olook . m. Pa??en*eri can join the ship at AlexMidria at an? a line before the hour of the steamer's departure. N. B.?In the event of the iteamura inability to n groi* the bar in oonsee??n?? . .ani|>ii(WUI 4 iriil be .promptly lightered to &ad from the itnnin \ Sj tbe uriUeraignoJ. t ! " "flsssvipijjlhii.bbae* j ?hs26 S.MATtr Weetoro Wharvee. t Notice to nokfolk and potomag ? TR A V KLKM I 4 PiyEY POINT, POINT LOOK-OUT, OLD * POINT, NORFOLK AND PORTSMOUTH. I T^e eommodioua ani awift ateamer BALTIMOB E. having been thoroughly _IL ^ . >verhauled and lefitted with aew^^^QMElj ? boi'ere aud luaohinery, Ao . will a p aoed on the above ri ute MONDAY, the 9th of ? July, a- d continue during the bathing aeaaon, inak- t, tig aeroi wo?h ? trip*. leaving Waahington MON. u |\a va<a?.J I??iit?? j??. - ?,? ? ? intnsuAYSitWo'eloafi m. R? i, turning will leave Norfolk on TUK8UAY8 and i FRIDAYS ctlo'o ook p m., making ail the riv<?r landings going and retiming. 7, For* 10 ' MarDnrT''..-.. $1J*> Pope's Creek...... #3 00 Jai?dr Poin'........ IJrt Blaokistone's 100 ?i Cluantioo 1? BluffP<"int SJW L l.ive'pool Point 15' Marshall's Pavilion Z. Boyd'n H<? e 2 0O Pine* Point J; .tiaitbia* Point a.C: i'o'Dt Look-oat... 8.00 ,, To Old Poiatand Norfo'k $5, Including meat. " Kound trip tiokets to Norfolk and Old Point, good ? for the ?Muon #S Children under ten years, and ;; war va*ts .haiffere. Freeoolored person |4 Freights v at nsua! rates ai.d muet be prepaid. . ? The >u amei Baltimore being the fastest boat on " the Potomaa. eil. oonvejr pnssengeis to Point ?. Look ut in I hours making the trif down this " V . ?7 . , . , For liokoU and further information appl y o? board n* to Capt. CHAW. K. MITCHELL, or at the Com- .1 pan*'a otfea, oorn?rj'enn. avenue ani Sixth atreet, I 2 under tha National Hotel , , lC7"Uo*<ibee will <$&;i at any p'aoe in the oitj for r*, iaiaen(e:a and bagtage. ... ? ^ GEO. E. MATT1NGLY, General Tioket Agent M *-9t Potnmao Steamboat Company* ti 1 ' tl ntiNCII HARPBI, * FAMILY OBOCE'RVSSBVEKD STORE, U t^^ru4K75^%\pi,h. s nar be in want of any article 1a the above Tine. Hit * indeavora a hall be to pieaae. and by a atriot at ten- 8. ion to the vaate of the publlo, he ho pea to merit a X hare of their aatronare. tiia took oooaiita of gr*ry utloU until y to bo bud Is a firit-otaM Family Or00017 ud Pood " Uoro. ? 17?tf ? I OTB OF PIANOS FOE BENT AT LOW ? Li ratoa. Piuot for ni? on the wut^gg 31 caaooabU iwu. Groat bargain*inoid^^^MV is h?ooa; al?o, m Gnitarn, Vtolino, ?, oom, Aooordoono, *0. JOHN ELLJB, * Nil M>toa??ufi>rCUokWlw4wmrPlMiMb it \ ? 1 ' 8Y THE P*EsiJ^T^)F THE UNITED tare and make known that vnblie aalaa will he held it the undermentioned Land (Jfiioea in the Stat? of iliNXEfOTA, at the penoda hereinafter deaicnated, ?wit: At tha Land Office at Bt. Cioud, commencing >n Monday, the fifU>?nth day of Ootoher next, for he diapoaal of the publio landa heretofore unofftrtd, ituated in the following townahipa and earta of awnahipa, vi*: a* < a ?<1 a ? m . m ? . . vori* QJ int oate nne *na *eeti nr th* fifth prinripal mtridian. The W fractional X of tne SW XA of section SO; ;he 9W 3* and the W % of the 9E h of auction 28; lectioai> so and 32: the S X of the N K A?. the 9 X of he NWjjl, and the 9 X of seotion 34. of towntftip ,21, of rang* II Sfotiona 4, 6,8,10,14,18. 2\22, 24.26. 2?. 30. 32. and >4, of township 121: the 9 X of the 1IK th? t* H of the N VV ,lv and the 9 X <>i ?eo ioa 3J; eootiou 32, jf township 122, of ran*e 26 Sections 2. 4.6,8,10. 12, 14, 18,20.22, J4, 23, 28, y>. 32, and 34, of township 121: aection?6. 8, 19. JO, ;2. 16.2", *\ 52, and 34, of tuwnshi? 12^, of range *7. 9eo:ions 2, 4, 6 8.1", 12. 14. 18,20,22. S4.28.2S .**>. B. andJH, oQpwnajiip_12I; sfctionsi, 4.6,8.10, i2.14, 10. TO, a. zj, Zb. w, SJ, w, una 34, 01 township 122; the 3 W, and the N W \ of aeo'ion 6; aeotion 8; the W)i of the SVV'V of ?ecuon 14, seotiona 18. 2", and 22; the VV J? of the S\V ot section 24; sections X, 28. 3", U and !M, of township 123, of range 28. Sections 2 4, 8, 8,10, 12, 14. 18.20,22,24,28.28.30, ?, and 54, nftnwnahip 121; amotions 2,4 6.7. 8,10, 12,14.17,18,19,20,21. 22.24,26 27, 28,?, 30, ??J. knd St, of township 122; section* 2. 4, 6, 8, 10,12.14, 18, 2D, 22,24, 26.28, |0, 32, in') 34, cf township 123; (PO lions 4.6,8, and 10; the W % of amotion 14; auctions 18, Z), 22, 26, U, W> Si, ar.d U4, of townahip 124; >eo hona4 6, and a; the N W and the W % of the ft W W of iieation 10; sectious 18, and 20; the W % of i?r the NWX and thn WJ? of th? 8W\ of'*ction 22; seeti^n* 28,so, and 32; the WJ< ofth ? ShX aad the W % ofdfoti-n 14,ot townsnip )?5; the the NE "i, th11 N'W \ and the t< J< of section 6; the \V H of the NW J*, and the S\V \ of ieotina 8_ Motions 18,20, L8,30, 32, and 34, of township 136. of ranje39. ? Seotions 3 4. 6. 8, 10, 12,14, 18. 20, 22, 24, 26, 18 , 30, 31, ar,d 34, of town?hip 131; sections I t0 *8, ico u ?ive; sec ion* 30. 32, and 31, of township 117; s?-o tions 2, 4, 5, 6.7. and 8; th* \V of section 9; seo tions 10, 12, and M; tfee \V X of section IS; sections 17 to 22, ino'mive; nection* 34 and 26 to 35. lnc'nsive, of township 123; sections 2, 4. and 6; the W Hi of section 7; seo'i<in? 8 11.12, 14. 18.19, 2<i, 22, 24 3fi. and 28; the W >4 of section 29; seoMons 3\31. 32, and 31. of tovn?hip 124; ?ectiors 2 4. 6, 8, 1", 12,14. 18. 20, 22. 94. 26, 23, and *?; the \V % of s-otion SI; ?pntinna 99 ?nH Ci nf 1 nr - 41 "* ? ?--* vi ?'? n ucin/ iWi Bt'OHOIlB i i ? D fl. 10, 12, 14, 18, 20, 72. 24, 26, 28. 30, 3?. and 34, of towi ship 12S; sections 4. 6, and 8; the JiW H,, and *h" S S ??f section 10; the SW ol the NW *rd S\V J* of section 14; seotioi's 18, 20, and 22; t'ie SW \? of section 24; sections 26 . 28 , 30. 32. and St, of to*n*hip 127; sections 6. 8,18. an ' 20; the W? o' 'ertion 28: auction* 30 and 32, of township 128, of range 90. Xnitinna 2. 4, b. 8. 10,12 14, 18 20, 22, 24. 26, ? 30, *2, and ?4 of township 121; seo'iont 1 to >8, ino'u?ive; eec'i^n* 2?t and 22; the N X of scotion 23 *acli >ns 24, 26 28 80, S3, and S4. of towmhip 122; townwhips 123, 124, *nd 125; sections *. 4, 5, 6 7, 9, 1", 12, and 14; the W X if eootion '5; erotione 17 to 22inoluuve; sections 24 and 28 to ss, inclusive. r,f t'-wn'hip 156; sect on* 2, 4 6 ft 10,12. 14. and'8; the W S of section 10; amotions 20,23.24, J6. 2<4 30,31,32, and M, of township 127; sect one 2. 4, 6, 8 10 W. 14. Id. 20. ?2. 24, 26, 28, 30, 32. and 34. of township K8, of range SI. motions 2. 4, 6,8.10, 1". 14, 18. 20. 22, 24, 26, 28, V, 32, and 34. of township 121; seotion* I to 12. molit mv?; th? N K of ?eotion 13; section 14; the N % of ?eotion 15; the N H of section 17; seotions 18 20, 2?. mt W IS M mi.! It ?f tn-.-ki.tm. L1 WMW U?1 *?? ?uw UOIlip K? WI'SnipB 1/3 and 124. of ran*?3J Sections J. 4.6. 8, 1?, ?, 14.18 20, 22, 24.26 28.3". 32. and 34. of townahip 121; sections 1 to 12. irolu aive; the N X of amotion '3; auction '4; the N X >-f k<>otion 15; the N X aection 17: aection* 18. 2*V 2/, 24 . 26.^8.3'.32 aud 34, of townahip 122; townships 123and 124. of ian*?33. J*?ct ona 2. 4 6, 3,1". 12 14. 18. 20. 22 24. W, 28, 3 32, and 34, of township >21; aentiuna 1 to 18, inclusive; aectiona 20, 22, f4?. 2-i. 28 . 30, 32- and 34, of townahip 122; townships 123 and 124. of range 34. SecMona 2 4,6.8,10,12,14 18,20.22, 24 26,28 30. 32. and 34, of townthip 121; auctions 1 to 24, iuo'n aive; aectinna 26 2", 23 3 >, 32, and 34. of township l/?; townships 123 and 124 "franreM Seo ions 2. 4. 6. 8, 10. 12, 14. 18 20. 22, 24, 36, 28, and 30; aeotion 32, except the S )< of the 8W awstion 34, of township 121; aectioni 1 to 6 inclusive; aectiona 8 to 14, ir.oluMvs; the K % of aeotion 15; amotions 18, 20, 22, 24. 26, 28. 30, 32. and 31, of towaahip 122; townahip* 123 and 124. ofran*e36 Sections 2 and 4; the N >?? the SE ?nd the N % o* the 9W % of aection 6; the N H, arid the WK .V of seetion 8; section* in. 12. and 14: tli? MR v ?ni( rh? N X of the N W % of ac?tion 22; section 24; the N of the NK V nf station 26, if tow-ship '2': sections 2, 4,6,8, 10.12.14,18,20,22 . 24 26 . 28, ?>, 32, an-l 34. of township 122; sections 1 to *, inclusive; sections 8 to 15, inclusive; seotion* :8.20, a?"d 22 26, in clusivo; ??otioni 28. 90. 32, ftnd 3t, of township 123; township 124, of rang" 37. Sections 2 4 6,-1, 10, 12, and 14; tbe N H of the NE of section 18: sections 22, 24, and 26, of town hip 122: the K Y% of section soeti^ns 2, 4, b, 8,10, 12,14, 18, 20,22. 24 2n, 2fl, 3', 32. and 34, of township 123; sections 1 to 18, inolu'ive; sections 20 t/? 28, in ? uaive; section* 90,31, 34, and 35, of township 124, of ran*e 38. At the Land Offio* at St Clock, oommenoiuc on \Tnndt* . "r /k"4 L? * vw vuvf - imitii uaj ui 1/OWfT OBil| for th? disposal of the puhlio land* he'?t?fore vnaffared situated in the fol owing township* and [iirt? of town-hips, vis: North of the bat* lint and west of tk* fourth principal meridian. faction* 2 and 12, of towiehtp 34; sections 2 4 fi, i. 10. 12. 14, 18,20, 22,24,26.18 and 3?. ?f township35; leo'ions 1, 2, S-. 4. 6. 8, and to; the N >? of section 11; seoti n* 12. '4, B. 22, 24. 28. 30. 32 aid 84, of towi.ship 38; sections 1. 2. * and 4; the IS of *eo ti?D 5; soc.ions 5, and 3 to '5. inclusive; the h >4 of section 17; section* 1?, and 20 to 28 inclusive the E K of stotion 29; section* 3) and 3!; the E K wl e.tion 33; nectionr "-4 and S5 of township 37; s?o :ions ' to 'H. luoiuMvr; the E of section 19; sections 20 t'j 30. it oluki ve: sections Si to 36, i"elusive, i>f townsh p 38; towuihi'-a g?. 49 a^d 41, cf ran?e 21 Reofons 2. 4,6. 8f 10,12,14, 18. SO. 2i, 24,26 and '?8; 11..VP 1/ " I'niir. ^.u!?or ,^oi Hie^lK .Hi-ftrd the N K 5* of the **> \ of asotion 30; the NE 5?, the NEX uf the N W k, and the r* X of the s?E J* of section 32; section 34, of townahip 36; section" 2. 4, s, g, 10, 12, 14, IB 20, 22, .4 2tt. 28, *?, 32 and 34 of township 37; *?otion? t. 2. 4 6, ?. 10,12, 14.18. 20,2C, 4 Sfi. iU.sn, 32 and 34, of towaahip 3*; root'org I, 2. i, and 4; the fc. X of auction 5; sections 6. and 8 to 5, inclusive: s?o ions iU and 20; the K * of a.?0P0n 21; s-'Otiins 22 to 26. looiu *i ve; the K H of amotion <7; aeotiona 28,?"?, 32 and 34; tne K X of aeotion 35. uf iown?hip3?; town*bip?n. exotpt tse W % of section 31; aoctiona 1. 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8; the E >? of ?ootion 9; se<vion*'0 t<? 15. inclusive; *eoti?ii? '3 m l ?0; the K >* of aoction 21: aectiona 23 to 2*. in niuiive; sections :jD. *-<J 311<<35. inclusive, of townimp 41; sections 1,2, 3, 4, 6 8, and \to 15. inclusive; .ectuns '8 *0; the E X of section 2!; sections S to 28, inolusive; motions 30 end the E h of nectinn 33; sections 31 and 35, of tow nship 42; sections 1,2,3 and 4; tlie E X of sea. ion 5: neot.onaC, f-d 8 to 15, ino uaive; the h H ui aeotion 17; sections l?. and 20 to 28. inclusive, the E M of eeotum S?; seotiors *), a d *2 t" 45, lnoluaiye, of mwniMp 13; aeotiona 1, 2,3, 4. 5, 6, and 8 to '5, ino usi ve; tue K H of aeonoc 17; sections 18 and 20 to 28, ii.o!uiiv?; ne-tiona 31. and 32 to 55, inclusive, of town ?hip 44, of rant e 29. Aeotiona 2 4 6. 8,10.1J, 14-18. 22.34,38 , 28 , 30, 12 af.d 31, of fownsh-p 29: ?eotir?n? 8.11. 12.13, 14, 18, )0. 23.24, 26 2>, 3'. 32 and 34, of township 4"; seoti'ins 1,4 6 8, 0, ?2 14, 18 20. 22 24. 26 , 28, 30, 32, and 34, f towanin 4?: a?oii'?n? 2, 4,6, 8 (>, 12 14, 18. SO, r2. .4 26, 28. 30, 32 at d 34 of township 4'; rectious ! 4, 8, 8, 10.12. 14, 18, 2?. 22, 24 26, 28 , 30, 32 and 31. ?f lowuship 43: aeotiona 2, 4, 6, 8, 0 '2. 14 1#. 22.24, B 23 30, 32 and 34, of town'Mp 44 ofranteSO tt*ction2. excepr the N W ^ of the Nw sec k?" 12; the fractions of aeo'i^u 14 out?ne of the ? rt H ip!"j Re?er> anon; aeolion 94: the fraotiona >f section (X ont?ide of the Kort Rtplev K?aer-a ion. of townahip 43; ieotion 2; th* NE K ?nd the >JE % of the SE of section !<*: tection 12; sen ion 14. exe-pt Hie vV )4nfth*S'V geo ion 21; he E % of section 28, of township 41,of la nice 31. At the I and Ofllae at Fokkkst Oitt, oommenonv nn Mnnf.tf tKaf???- 1 J ' " ' .wmiij-BPooDa oaf oi ucicBfr i?xt. for tha dtxpoval of th* publio land? her*tolor# tnoferrd. in the following townships and nits ol township*, viz: Worth of the bast lint a mi w?*t of the Aft* rrinttpal meridian. Tbs N W ii, anil the ? ft of section 6; the N ft of lecU'.n 8. r>t township I'B. of ranee 22. Th*NW ft of the NK V the N ft of the NW ft, ,nd the SW ft of the NW ftof*?ction2; section* and 6; the N ft. and the ?VV '? of seotio- 8; the A ft of the N K ft. and the NW V, "f seotion l?. ?f ownsh p ilfi; l"t?, 1,?, and 5. of ??ction 8. lots 2 3. . 6,and6.an1 tlie hW ft of the NKV th" NK\ it Ui? SW ft. ft ?f th" rt WJtf of s*c ioa 10: the s ft of the NK ft the 8 ft ofine NW i, and the ? ft of section lz; seotion* 14 18, 2>, 22, 4 26. 28 90. S3 and 34, of towiuhip 117; sections 2, , and *: the N ft of the NK ft. anrt the N ft of th? i W ft of section 12, of town&mp 119: the * vV v t -ouoi. o: in*?w ? or ration ?; a.ouona18 0; th" 8 K of the 8VV \ of amotion K; a?trtiona 28, D *j, and 94. of township I JO. ?frai?e33. H?oti"T>a 2, 4, 6. 8. I<?. W U. ? 20, %nd ?, the N W i of ?eotion2l; loUl 2, ?nd6 of aeotion ?; ?eoion? 18, ?i, and 32; the NWX, ?;"d the W $ 1^2 l\V ,'k of acotioQ St, of tttwnahip 1 ?; the 8 H of the i K >4. the 8 K of the N W *n<i tf-e * K of ion ?; afctioa 10, exeunt the N W K - f the iN W %; ootion 12. *xo~pt the N X of tv- S fc if; aeottona ?, *), 28 24.26 , 28, TO ti, and 34 of vownahip 117: ootiona > and 4; and ih* N H of aafetiou 6, of ? wnhip 11?: the 8 % of auction 2; ae?n<?nn 4,6 8,10.1*, i, <8, 20.22.54,26, S8,3>, 32, and 34, of toirnaiiip UO. f r%n*e 24. u - - ? * sections 2, 4 6,8,10, ?. 14, and 18; tha 8 % o[ ion 1<?: aeotiona iO i'.M 3i, ai.il 3? 0/ iwnohip 11H: thaMKofth* tka 8 X '"f W 3i ofwotio'i 2; th- !* X of the NK fc. th? rt K f the N W K, and the 8 * of a*o'ion 4: ?he >? >* of 10 NE J*. the 8 X of th<j N W and tha t H of ?r?ic?n b, u?(i'iiiil and 10; roouua 12, exoept il * ! H "f tne NK ?<"oUon? 14,?, 1*. 20,32 24 2 , I, JO. &. and S4- "f town'hip i*1) tha N.K of ihe | IK )?. and tha N K of the N W % of Motion I: tha I ^ of tha NK ]*. and ?ha IS > of tha NW M of ; Mtion 4, (if township 119; sections 2.4,6 I. lu 12, > 1.13,20.22,21, 28. 28, 9), 32, and 3t, of towni-lip 12U, f r\r en 35. Section* 2.4. 6,8,1?, 12, 14,18, 1?. 20, 21, 22, 5S, 24, j L and 27 to 32. ii:o'a?tv?", and amotion 84. of tow ' UP 1 6; ?*ction? 2 4. 8.10,12 !?, 18. ?. 2J, 24. i!6, ' dO. b2. and S', ortovvn p '17; tha 8 H of the 8K ' and tba 8 X of tha 8W >4 of auction Si. of townlip 118: aaolion* 2, 4 6. 8,1". >2. M, 18. vo. 22 24.. 2? ] I an"' ??;thf N % of jotiou32: the N u ? i or lownamp laoTof ranitoas.* ScotioM 2.4,6 8 l?, u, 14 ArMi ij. the a K on 19: .Mtion a<>; the f? * of .^tion2;^tH,?^V ' S S "f * ntlou 23: Molioaa 24 t i 3d inclnnivn "of \ feP*5 i ?> ? * of th? nk *. -h? ** ?r ?*? . S?Ki-.,.h,5iVV^S.1 &VVV&? i . ?. 24. 24. ud ?: u ? N H. ?m> Ih- N k'.J' . GkofaNtinttUMNMiiMtkiN KoflkeBE of OtIOl 34, O?to VNUI; 1?. of rH|, , amotions*.4, ,7, 8 I0f|*. and U; the ? u of mo- J ob ??; station* P to SMnal??i , of townslne lt?: i atioaa 2.4. ? i 10 12,14,18. 20, St, 9$, 26 V &$> I ? t.\FLOf* * "t ** ?W H and J Ij <& ?Y # ft* ",k V.?C **c ,<M1 *H thf ? vV v. uljti# 8h Of wi 3E of MMti in 2fi; t ijiinu- 1 , *2. o'* 34, of town??<i* lit; jr???**4v n? ? 4 c g m j iv 7 *of ??NW S: ; w th* N w fc of the ^ ?v \ ??f *, uon 3u; imiuiui i 120. o7iwc% J ,-i 1i j # / SWB^# ?sra&wsrj!jaa MOtiona *, 28, *?, SJ, and 34, of tnw0?tiip'18; eaotlona 3, 4,6.8,10, and 12: the N H of Motion 14, of townahip lt?. of r?ni? >>. T<>wnahip 116; erotiona it 4,6, 8, 10,11,14, It, ?, 32, 34 26, 18, ard *> to 35 molaei**, of township 117; the 8* of ihe8VVK, and the 9)* of th?8E*of eection 8; the " H of tne NK \. the 8 H ?f the N W V, and the 8 X f aeotion 14; aeottona 18 20, S3. 34, Sb.t.Sn, 32. and 34. of townahip 118: Motion* 3, 4. and ; the N X of aeot'on 8; the N X the N % r>t tne 8VV *, and the N H of Ihe ?V fc of aecttoa iO; aeotion 12, of townebia 120, of ranaeSO Tuvnaiiip 116; aeoUona 3,4,6.8. 10.13 '4.18, 2P, 22.94-and 26 to 35, iooluaive, of town*hi? 117: the 8\V X of the 8E V. and the 8 % of the MV '4 of eeet on 4 theSW\ of theNb*. theNW ? of the N W *, the 8 * of the NW *, and the 8 X of A/itinn ft- Muhnn ** aantinn 111 Kl a. 1^ of lh? NKK; the 8 % of Motion 13; aeotiona 14. 18, J an,22,24,Si, 28. 3n, 32, and 31, of township 118: mo lion the N X of asction 4, of townahip 130, of range 31. Township 118; aeotinna 2.4,6.8.10, 12.14 ard It to 35, uiolusive, ?if township 117; aeotioaa 2,4,6.8, 10. 12, 14, <8. 20.22,24 26, i8, 3\ and 34, ol luwnahip U8, of ranges Townafcip 1'iC; sections 2. 4. 6,8,10,15.14. and 18; the 8 H of section 19; seotion 20:the S % of section 21; section 22; the S X of aeotion 23; sections 24 to V, inclusive, of township H7; Motional, 4 S. t, 10,12, 14.18, k0.?, 24 86,28, SO. 32, and 34, of townabip U?, of ranee 33. Townabip 116; aaotiona 2.4. fi, 8, U?, 12.14.18,3r, 22,34. 26 and 26; the 8 X of aeotion 27: a otions ?8. and 3 to 31, inclui-ive, of township 117: anctien 2; the 8 X of the 8K of section 4; the - X of the N E >4, the p ^ of th* N W **', and the 8 H ,?f section 8; Heot'ons 10. 12.'4 18. ?i. 22, 24, 28, 28. 3?, 32. and 3t, of township ll?; the N X of aeotion 4; aeotion 6, of lownsnip U" 1 ran*ea? 9action* 2. 4, 6. 8.10.12. 14.18 21.22. 24.??. 28. ?'d 3t; tneSS of seotion 31; otion 32; the 9 X of seotion 33; s^ctioa *4: the SH of section 3*., of township 117; th? 9 X of the .?* of s-ction 12; otion 14; ?he 8 X of the N E X. ihe 8 X of the N W X. And the 8 X of pection 18; sections 20.S2.r4.Stj 2s. 30, SI. And 34, of t wnship 118: sections 2, 4 ? and 8; the N X the N X of the 8VV ,V. And the N X me 8K X "I section 10; lot Xo 2,of sect'on 12,ol township iSO- of ranee 25. Sections 2, 4 6. 8, 10.12.14.18. ? 22 24, V. ? %rd 3" to w, inclusive. of township 117; the 9 X of the NW^, and the S X of section 8; the 9 >5 of the NE 3*. the 8 H of the NW >4. and Me 8 X of section 14; seotions 18. 2ft, 22. 24. xt, -t, SO 32. And 34. of town?hip 118; section 2; the N X. the NX of the SW <?. and the N X of the SE X. of section 4; the NX of the NE X. and lots No. 4 and 5. of s^cMon 10; seotion 12, eioept lot No. V* of township 12-t, of ran re 36 The 9W X of the NW X> and tne 8 X of section 2; sections 4,8,8, t0, 12. 14 18. 20. 22. 24, ?6. 28. !*?. 3?, and 3'. of township 118: the 8\V V of tha NK W. the SF. V and th?" W H of section 30; i-o'ion 3?; the 9 H of the 9W o 1 section 34, of township 119, of range 37. At the Land Offioeat Hxndirsom, commenomK on Monday, the fifteenth da? of Ootober ne*t, fur ihe disposal of the publie lands heretofore unofcred situated in the following townships and parts of townships, vis: North of the bast line and tetrt of tht fifth principal mtridtan. The parts of townships 111 and 113. outside of th? Sinux Halt-breed Reservatirn. of range >4 The parts of townships l'l and 1'2, ontside of the Sioux Half breed Re'orvation, of range 15. Township* 11< and 112, of rants 16. | Seotions i, 2,3 4.6,?, and 10, to is.inolnsive; sections l?l and 20; the K S of section 2'; *eo*?ons 22 to 21, inclusive; sections JO and 32. to &S ino'n*ive, of Mrwunnip ill) Bsguuai I Ann H19 ft OI SPCUOn 'i seotio< s 4.6.8, aud 10 to 15 iDoiiliT*; sections IS. 20. Mill 22. to 28. inolusive; seotion* 30.52, 54. and ^5. of township 112. of r*n*e 17. Sections 2 4. ?, 8. '0, 12, 14.18, 20, 22 24 26. 28. 3\ 32. and 34, oftownship 111: sections 2 and 4; th-- K X or section 6; se?t'ons8. 10,1*. ai<l 14; th-i EX ol eotion 18; sections 22, 24 26 28, SO, 32. and 3?, of township II?; sections 2 and 4; tne K H of section t>; Hot 8,10.12. and 14; the K X of < ction 1B; soctioiis2l. 22.:?. 26 and 28; the K X of socii <u SO; section* s' ?nd 34. of township 113. o? range 18 The E X of section 12; a?ctions2,, 28, aud 34, of township ill, of range 19. The W X of seoti.m 6, of township lit: the W X of section ?>; the W X of seotion 18rthe W H of s?otion 30, of township 113: ths W X of the N W H ' and th? W X of ?he -VV X oTmo:ion it; the y\ \ I of the N W and WHfll the &W X of seotion -o, oftownship 114, of ranee 20 Heciions 4.6,8,18. aud 3f>, of township 111: ?eotions 2, 4. 6 3. 10, '2,14.18, 20, and 22; t ie W X of section 24; toe N X a> d the 8W X of section 26; sections 28. 30, 32, aud 34, township 112; sections 2. 4. 6. 8.10,12,14, 18. 2<?. 22. 24, 26, 28 30, s? ar.d 3t. oftownship ITS; the 8 X of tlie W. and the i* X of the ?\V X of section If; the 9X of the NE\. i the ? X of th* NW X. and the t* X of seotion 1/: i sections 14. 18. 20. 22, 24 , 26, 28, 30, 32, and S4, of township 114. of ranee 21 Seotiohs 2.4, 6 8.10,12.14,18, 20,22.24.26,28,30 1 32, and 34 of township 111; sections 2 4 6. 8, 10, 12, i 14,18.20. 21,24 26,28, *0,32, and 34. oft"wmhip 112; sections 2, 4, 6, 8.10, 12,14. 18. 20, 22, 24, V? 2*. *>, 32, and 34. of township 113: section 10; the f* ,H of eeo'ion 12; section 14; tho E X and the K X of th? SW X of section 20; sections 92. 24. 26, and 28; the S )? ol the SK i f seotion 3 ; seotion*32 and 34. of township 114. of ranfte 22 . ? Section 2; th* E X and the * W of section 3section* 4, 6, 8, 9, and If: tHe W H of section l'j potions 12,14.16,18.20.21.22. 24 and #: the W H of section 27; sections 28. 29. and 8 ; th? K S of <> tion 31; sections X2, 33. and 34. of township 111; section* 2, 4 . 6, 8. 10. 12, 14 18. 21. 22. 24 . 26, 28. 30 . 32, and 34. of township 1J2; the h >4 oft lie tf F W of sootir>n 2: tho SE X or the r?E X ol section 10: ?ecti?gg i2an</ 14: the 8 X ofth? NF *, tli* *E ?of the NW W, and th-? S S o? section 2 ; sections 22, 24 26 , 21, ?i, 3'. and 34. of townshio 111. of rn.nr? 9A 8*otionii 2 and 4: the K of seoron fi: stations 8, lft 12 and 14; the the K H of the NW(( and the E )* of th? 8W \ of section 18; section* 2<>. 22. 24, 2fi, 28 *1 32 and 34, of t?wn?t:ip 112. the 8 % of ?he 6\V fc. and the 8E of notion 35; the SE % of ??ction 32;and aeetion 31. of town'nip P3; the N the 8\V J*. and the W X of the SE X of section 4; sections 6, 8, 18, 20, and 3', of township 115, of '8The*N H of the NW % of section 2; the N H and the N H of Xho 8NV of seoti"n 4, section 6 of t ?wrship 1!4: sections 2,4 6. it, 10,12.14, <8, 29, 22, 24.26 2.-, ?*'. 32 and 34, of township 115, of rait* 25 Tne W X ol section 6. of town^ip 113; sectioos 2 4 6,* ano 10; the N K the N H of the 8 W fc,and the N K of the SK X ol section i2; tJie N % ?' the NE X., and the N\v j* of section 14; sec'ions 18*nd 2 ; the VV bi of tae W vV X of section ?; the N K of the is of seo'ioi.2!); section 3?; the \V Hot the NW V of sact oc 32 < f town* hip I"4; sections o 1 ? a ?? 1 ' *" ^ ^ i o, rty iu. i4*t in. wv^ fifi !f4| A| JB 30, 3* IR(1 3ti 1 f township 115, of range 26 Sections 2,4. 6 8.10, 12,14.18 ?, and 22; the W H of the N W ** of r etion 24- th? W X of the IS K k, and the W Hoi s-ction &?; sectioi 28. 30, 32 a..d 54, ( f township '12; atotu;n*2, 4 6 8,10. 12, 14, 18,20,22, 24, 25 28, 30,& and 34. of town*hie 1:3; sec tion? 2, 4, P 8,10, 12,14, 18, 2*. 22, 24 26. 28 91. 3/ and 31,nt t'>wrebtp 1'4: section* 1 to 1?, inplnsive; the ,x X ar.d SW ^ of aeetion 11; aeotion* 12 and 14; the vV X of icotlon IS: sections 17,18, Id. 2U.22 . 24. 26 28 and 3>; toe N W % of amotion Si; eeotioua 32 and 34, of township 115. of range 27. 8'otions 2 4. 5, 6, 7. 8. 10. 12, 14 17, 18, 20 , 22, 24. 26. and 28, the \V X of section 2D; sections 30, 31, 92. and 34 of towmnip 112; aeotions 2 and 4 to 10, inclusive: section! 12,'4 and 17. to 2i inclusive; snotions 24 2H, and 28, to 34. inolusive, i f fownsh p 113; the W H of section 1; sections 2 to If, ibo'hsive: sections 14 to 22 inoiusive^ sections 24 and ffi: we r. J* oi m* r* w >4. uie N \v \ of the N W k, and lots 1,2 acd3, ot section 27, s?otions 28 to 34, ino'usive, of township 114, township H5, of range 28 Townships 111, 112,113, 114, and MS, of range 29. Townships HI. 112 113 114, and IIS, of ranee jn. Townships 115, US, 114, and *15, of ranee 3' At ?be Land Offioe at Sr. Vtm. commencing on Moolav.thetwenU-aeeondday <.fOeob?r n*x'-, for thedisiosal of the puhlie lands heretofore ?* offertd situated in the following townships and parts of townships, tis : North af the bast line and trssl n.f ik* Aftk print* pa I meridian. Reotiena 4 6, and fi; the N h and the BW H of seotiop 7; auctions t, 18, 20, vs, 3n ro an'' at of townautp K9; t e parts of tovnabip 110. outside if the Sioux Hnif-breed Besfrvation. of range? Sections 1 a*id 2; the iractioas of sections 9 and 10, outside of the Sioux Half bree-l R?ee<-v?tion; sections II ai:d 12; th? N Hi and the 8W k' of action 13; sections 14 and 15; the fractions ofstations 20 and 21. outside ?f the Sionx Half breed Reservation: section 22; the \V of tention 23; aeotione 24 and 26: tho N )a ard the SW of section S7; r>n>i?n?it; m* intctiona oI aoctn-na */9 31, and 32, ontaideof the Sioux Ha'f br-fd R?Mr(ttiiiii;iautiona 33 and 34. of townatup <"9; th? parta of town amp l.o outside of tli j Sioux Half breed Reservation, of raaK? in Sections a. 4.6,}, to, 12. a. d 14; the NXof ?ao iou 18; thr N )* of aeo"ion 24. of township >07; the fra*ti'>ns of a -otiona6 8,10, and 14, onttide of the Sioux Half bread Reservation; aentiona It, 90, and 2^; the fraotione of amotion 84. oataide of the Sioux ! Half brerd Rwaerva'ion: sections 2fi, 9, 90, 32, and 31, of township lot. of ransa 11, S*etions 2, 4, and 6; the N J* and th? N K of th? SK J? of section 8; aeotiona 1<? aad 12; the NE % of amotion 14. of township 101; auctions 2. 4,6, >, 10, 12, 14,18 20, 22,24. 28 28,90 32, and 34. oftownsh'p 1'8; , ihefrastiona of aeotmna "9,2*, 27, and 39- ontai le of the Hiobx Half bra#d Reservation; tt?e S h of amotion 29; a>-ctiona 90 and 92; the fractions of section 34 outaidd of the Sioux Half-bread Reservation, ; of tOWDfthlB lftft- of rtnpa 19 Heotion J, and the N X of aeotion 4. of tovnahia <.?.?! Iff. 12 14.18,20,22 24,?.2? ?>, I 32 and 34, of towiMfcjp 1'8; the fraction* of Motions 4. A and6, >. ntside of the 3mnx Half bra*d Resar- < w* i1I';i2*ot ??! 7 an.<1 8J th? fl?otiona of eactiona 8. li? 'I, IS .and 14. nuUideof the Sioux Haif-br??| ! R-servatior; i?oUoni IS, 17, 1*. and JO: the N * of < section *1; leouoai 22. 2*. 24. 38,28, 30, fe, and 54, of tKW2r ?* J*r ^A0' township 110, outaida of 1 TPk H,s f Re* Tvafaon. of ranc? is. ' -wE ??t,h? * of ""lion SO, th" !*H of tha ' NK \ the 8 * of th? N W *. and the 8 Wbf aeo fion & of township 106; i nton?2 4,6.8. 0.'2 14 i LJkaK** rlS8^ 'J'X ^ N * of th* 8K s N K ?Oh* 8W V''f aeofa.ou 2H; tha N h of ' i?. #?.. *1is Tm v ,l"> ?ou?n?lto6. HiCiu ivf, the N X of t notion *?J ??otion r, the N X of , otnn !>; *ectton? 10, <1, and IS: the N Kofeeouon 5 * weboa- 14 W,?), ?. 24, *. k V) ar and^o? tovnihip 1W; (to part, of towneHp lie. outside of f Reservation, of ranee U. ? H. p S ?r la u-NiS1? "1* ? H ^ **L r the E H. the 8 X of the N w Ag, and the SVV >? .of1 . rr*Ji??.S4?i.of toJwaf hl? ^ M^tione J, 4. ?, ?. A 12, J 14 J8;? ' ?5nd,2l? * th? N X Of the 88 *, ' li1 N^ofihe 8W ^ of sect on 3*; aecti na ! M 1f * 'J *V & * * "d th? li H of the I X ? ^ r(>*ot't>n 91 of towuahip t?; aootione 1 to I 2 i)?" N H ?f Mwtinn 11; a otiona H, 14, * 18, >), 29 84, K, 2?, 10, 32, and 34. of towuthip 1(9; I aiif??&o?j?^?rj u> of * *?>? ? Hcf the *0d the N H of 1 a ? * 'if MotionJt, cf town?h>p lor, motion* 2, L; f; J 10 J2? 4 .** *2 21. M 23, 3', ftod 9; thn ? N X of i?ct'onS4. of towBanip )? ; aeottoita 1 to 12, ? 2?l ^ * *'*? '3: ?Hon U; the I! ? kootiOTii JT, 1?.*?, St. 24. 26. 28, 81, ? ?m tow*"'if Mfc tw*slnBiiVoc?*aceiI t Seotiona 2. 4. aid ?; the N X the N it of the SK J ?L* ?^oh* S W Ot|o?J. or tflwa? & ? ?'S1liP* *#?4 b?> " u- '? * * * B.SD 32. a ad 34 of town*h BIOS: aootiona 1 to24, n?loa.v?raeot,?D. jn and the N * of section 29; ?^tu.n. ^ 82,?nd 31, of townahiB U?; townahip , of P H "t Motion f. of r?nCe 1?. i ?^?3.4 t?, U? ?nd 12, of townahi. W; MoJoni 9 A G ft lilni I A ! tti M Hi M M M mk VIj "7/- "? ? ? <1 ? d.V.KiVU 0 ajf? P--J * ffeotiona S m4 IS. of tovaakif 1ST; MtloH *, 4, ?, 10, IS. 14. SS. S4.88,Si. tad 34. oTtovmhip lit: M? Uon? J.4.4.4, 10. IS. 14.1*. S0.SS.94, SB .SB. *?. ? and 94 of to whip l(b; aeotioua S. 4 , M. IS, 14. SO 28.34. SS. SB, 32. ar.d 34. of township tin, of ranee 19 T?e of the 5 W If of eootioa SB; the 8 H ??< N WJtf oi eeotioaSO; mcuoo 32; the S 3% ol the .I n .V Era the S? H ol eootioa 34. of t ' wnanip l"8; the W S of eection l*. of tovmhip 108; the w >* of Motion 8; aeetion 18. of towrehtp 1?, of rant* St. Th?8Xof the NW ?* thoS\V *. and the'* of ?he Sh V of amotion lJ; a*etion S?; the H S of thi NEW. the H of the NWj<. aau the * J? of eeo tio the 9 S o* th? S\V V* of e*oiioG 24; aeet oni 2b 23, 3\ 32. and 34, of tow atrip 1??; ee tiooa J a-< 4; aection 6, exoeat the ?H?f the ?W me N E X and the N )?ufth?NW \ of eeeUon ?; oMjoni in. 12, and 14. of townahiaMU; teottona 2 4, 8 8,10 12,14. IB 20, 22 2?, 26, ?. 90 32 a d 34 of toVMhi| 1W; Motions 2,4,6,8. 10 12,14,18, 90.22 94. SB, B, 3D, 32. a- d 34, of township 110. of range 22. Th'SSlof aectior 4: eeo ion 8: aeetiun 10. exoeel the N X of theNK X: aeotinne 14 ?.8 t( K ^ a, *"d "v4. oftovnahia IW; aeotiona f 4. 4 r. 10, it 14,18 20.22 24, 96 and 24; the N Jtf . the N K "I th? abM. and the > So' IheSW W.ofMouo 3J;th? N h \ aiw1 the N >? of the N VV % of a*. tion 34 cl townamp l^; otioo 2; the W !* "f ae*uon 3- ae? tion? 4 to 10, ioo'u-ive: aeotiona 12,14. IS ?). *2 34. 26 2=?, 3\ 32. and 34, of township llo. of range 23 Section* 2.4.6. B, 10 12 14. 11.2'. 22 a-^*tj*N H. the N H ?f the 9E *. and the N \ of the !* W V of aeoti- n 28. teouoa ?; the N F. ,*% vt ?eet on 33. o| tnwnahip 109; aeotiona 2,4.6.8 10. 12. 14, IS 2',22 24 2fi,23,3'. 32. a:i<1 34. of t"Woahi/ it?, ol i?n?e2? S?!'ion? 2.4. l". 12. and 14; the N > * \ of aectiun 22; ihe ,\ S and the N S of th_* Sr SijJ f-onfn n, oi inwti nip it?; aeei'f.ns i, 10, u. 14, a. 24, and 2-i; the KH of aeotioa J*; #?-etior 54. ot township 110, of ran*? Sw'io a 2, *, 6. a. 1?, 12, 14.1?. 8". 2*. 24, 52 an i Si, of towusnip 1*6; the 8r, V it wcllui. Jt? eotion* 2V 23, 32. and 34. Ot townsui* Id: "utioua t 4. and 6: the .\ S,%nd the M H of > A* \ of a*otion I; N S ol th * NE V. ?nd the N >? ot th* N W of aeotion I", of townsnip 110. of rase* S. 9eotion 2: th? - % of tha > K V the iSwf th* N W \ and the 9 H of aeotion 4: me bK Wol the ?K >'1 ration 6; sections ?, 10,12.14, It, *, 28. 34 ?, 28, 3',32. and 34, of towc*hip U6; s?cuon? 2 aud i; the 1>i >i, and the N X of the SK V of sect. vn *; the NXnf aeotion 10; section 12, *xo?-*t the N K of th4 9E jtf, of township 11?, of ranc * 29. The 8^of !h?N K V and the 34 H of aeetion It BVtion* 14. 21, 22. 24.2S. 28, ?. 32, ano 34. ol tnw?ahip 16; the NW Af *ad t??s H of amotion 4: -ec tions 6 and 8: the N \V S of aoeaon 10: th* N H of aeotion IK. of township IV, of ranee 30 Th* 9 K of th* 9E )%. and the of the ?W V of aeotion 24; aeotion 2fcih* K and the iW k ' I section 32; Motion V. of towns* ip 106; s*otions 2.4. 6, a. 10,12,14. U, and 2*1; th* N * of aeotion 22; th* N S and 'he 9 >v % ol a*oti->a 30. of townmip 1 fc APitfirtn* II ftrwi 9H- a an firm OO * k.^ 1.' t_' . * - -* "" **, ' *wcj?v T lie r. ^ vi th? N*- \. ectti.n* 26. 2'. 3D, 32, and 34. of Iowa hip !09, of rtii(e 31. At the Lard Office at ?t. r im, 9omm??oir? on Mond&v, the fifth day of Novnm'>er next, for th? diepoMl of the > scant land* in the r*n mrn^rni sections and part* qf stctions, within th MuU?rin?i tioned ti>w.iaip?, which ren ain to the Unit-d Statee within mi mi> < n aob ?id?ol the ra Iroads,''from t*t Paul and from St. Anthony, via Minneapolis, to tn? ?outh?ra boundary of the Territory. with a hranon.\ia F&rihauit to the north line of the sttate of Iowa," and "f-om Winona, *>a St. Vetera, to a point on th? Hue flirux rij^r. ?uhte*t a* required, hy law. t* a minimum of rwe dollar* andfify tent* pr arrr. tii : Sortk nf the ba.'e .tne and vest tk* fifth principal meridian. Town?hip? l?*. lf*7. and '(*. of ranr?a 7, , ani t Jownship* 1% and 1P7. o( rang** MV 11 It. and It owr.ehipa lia, t> 7. and 1 8. ?>l ranr- M. ' and U _ ownshipa Wt> ami H7 of>aiH i 17 and It Townships 106 I 7. I' A, an I HO, of racre #. Townships 10j, 10?, 1 6, I*, and 110 ef ranitee 10 and 21Townah pol'A 107. and 1 I nl ruitt 8. Township* 106. i(7. irs, a-id 1(9. of raj?r a Townships if8 ai.d 10' cfranre2l. Townthips l<w. H 9. and in,of ran<ea 25.26, and 97 Townships 107, KS. '<?, and l|0,?f racco tiTownahipa 106,1 7, )<8,10P, and 110, of raagea 19, 30, and Si. At the Land Office at Chatfield. eotribencir* on Monday, the iwenty-ni'itfc aa> of Octof> r next, for ifir disooaat of the pub!io l?nda heretofore u? cfi red. aituate-1 in the 10 lowing tjwuahips aad parts of townships, v.a: North of ike bas$ litu and tr-st *f tkt fifth prm tp*l meri<tian. Sections 3 4,6. ft, 10, >2,13, 14 it, and r>; the ft ^ of aeotio!. >1: amotion 22 t S3, inclusive, of townabip 101: section 24: ti.e E K ol the SE *%' <( aeotioc fa; the S Si "f Sfe, v4 f section J2 sectiun *4. 0'. towna.'"p hsitcotio 12, trie N xttf ptdion 14; the |j H of ike >? *4 anu th* SJiif the ?W Jj i f eeoUo18: the ,N H ol'the NEJ* and the N H 01 the MV)< of Rfouoii ~Sh of to ? n?l.i p 05. of ranee t. *ectk?na 2 4 ti, fc, 10,12, '4 'S, *>, 2J and tl; the 9 S of section 2 ; tcction* 2t>, 2S. ana SO. to 3*, ino o eive, of t jwn 'I; 0 01; tre > Snt ttu? l?E Af and tne S X of th? BW V of section section J.exoept the \ W \ of th? MV aection- 14. iR. 2". 22, 24, 16. 23 S>. XI, *.r?J 31, ol t?wn?hl? 102: the ft X of the BE X and f* H ??! the ft\V If < r emotion 14; e*-ot or.e 21, 2*. and 24; lie N W S* of ate .ion 26; auctions It m <3\ ??**. ? ? ' ----- " 0u>i %?? w U-mhp I' o. Wi ? Sections 2,4. 6,*, 10, <2, 54, and IS; theS K of Motion '9; seotion s 22 2?, and re. th? 8 H of ?eoU?n r?; siotions ""8 t<iS5, lrc!o?lirB, ortovU itp 101; Motion , exo*pt the N X of tha NE K; s-wtions 6, It, Uu 10: the ? S ? f amotion It; socuvns 14. W St, 24. 2i>. 28. ??. S.', ai d 34, of towrriiip lufi; tbs 8W 14 of ct uti ?>; the{* K of the N W \, the ? W i?, and the S H of the SE i, o' ?-ction J., of luwniiiij 1; $ the S fcof at ction >u: the 9 Hi "f ?ection >4: ^te ? E H, the ,\ X of the N \V ami tne X S of tn? BE h vl section 26, t??n?hip i<M of raif# li? Hecti jus 2. an 1 4; tha S H of aeation S: saeticns 6 to 1", ino uaive; *-ol:ona Itard 14 U> S. inololrt, of towoah p 101. sections 2. 4. 4. 8, 10, 12. 14, It, 20, 2^,24 2S 28 3f>, 32, and ?4. oftowaah y KB. sbeuens 18. at.d 2*); aootions V2, exoapt 'hu N ft of tha N KJf; aotiont 26, 28, 30 32, and 54, of towcsnip 101. o ranee 11. Towoah'p 101; sections J 4.6, I, 10 12,14. and Ittha N A )? acd th? 41 % of section l?i ?ecu ns ?>, 24, ami *>; theSHvf MCtion 27; ssctjons 88, to a*, in; um . e. of towi.r liip 102 tfc? 1 It uf tha H \\ V ? f i'ct on 2, sec'i in 4 6. 8 a.d 10; (htHVV Maul me I? H 01 me ol auction 18; im'iosi 14, If, 20, & 26 iS.3.' 32, and 94. of towaalilP 108. ?tion 18; tn? W % and the W H ol the SiK ctmo* t on Sft: th* KW 3% of *cti"n M. sections ?i, asd 9; th? Wfcoftha bW of Motion 34. of tovnahip 1<>4. of range 12 Township 101; aec'ion2;the SW Jfc ofaaoUen t; ?ecti"i 4 to I", inc ns ve, S VV \ oi action 11; *? rion 12; the HW 3* of section is; ractio: 14, to ? lnclnsive, of 'owi.ahip 10S; section* 2. 4 6 I. 10. IS, 14. and <8; th*4 n w j* and tha s h f amotion 1?; a*ot.ora2n 72. 24,36. and 28; the % o' s-?tiou 29; sections 3 .31. a. 4 3;th* 3?V \ of a??ti<>o Si. aeotioR.S4.of tnwuship HO; sections 2 4,6,1, IV, 12,14, 18,2",22 24,25,28 S . 32 ai d 34, U township U4;tha N W U anl tha * % < f seotl u 9?: section ?. except tha .> * of the \h A., theS * of tha 8W * of Motion 34 of township >u6. of range '9 Townships 101 and 1<2; amotion 2; the gVV If cf aecti -n 3; amotion 4 t > 10, ino!n?ire; tno W H ol tha N WSi and the "X of aectos 11; sectioc 12; tha N W), and ih 8 % of section 11, actions 14. to 36. inolusive. of row-ship 103; amotions 2, 4. 6, 1.10, 12. 14 anil 18: the N \V \ of section 19: k?ctiv?a 3u, 22 24,26 28. 31.XI aud 34, ?I township 104; tha W S> of amotion 4; s*c !iols 6, and 8; the n \v 3u and the 8 ^ of section in; aection 14 axooat the N K of the N h V: seotiona 1*. 20 ?n>1 22: section 24, axa?pt tia Kl 1/ .(tk. UD . ? * " ^ ... IUT. i<, r. %. Ifonnm Jo m, so, 32, and 34. of township 1^6. of ra-nir* U Soct ons 1 to 6 inc umvo; s?oticaa t to IK. ir>?'? si ve; sections ?to y>. ireosive; ?oetior.? 98. Si, 34, and h\r<{ ?wi1?hip 103; ?eo'ions 2. ?, fi. 1.10, snd 12; th" .NW V a*d the * H of socti'B IS; see'-i?" 14 the NK ?rd th? 9 S of otjon IS; sections M to y>, inc uhvp; the K s of s'otion 31: nections 31.33, 34, %"<< 3*. of township 1' 4; tootion* 2,4,6, 8,10.12, 14.13,2 .23. 24.33, ff, 39,32,Md 24, if township 1 6, of range 15 Action. 2.4. 6. 8, 10, 12. 14. 18, 2\ 22, 24, 2S,?.? 32. and Si. ot U?wi.?hip Kl; th? K Si of to' b\\ Is of eoe?ior 2; fh? 9 Si of ?wotion 4: sections 8.10,12, M, 18, 2\ 22 24 2">,&, S?, 32. and 34, of township I'#, of r?_'?*16. " 99011 on 12; the K S of amotion 24. of t*wuahi p 1"1? tb? Lj h "f Mxuon 2; ?' tion 12; the KHif aaoto ] I; rootion 24. 01 township lf2; tectiona 2.12* 14. 24, and 23, of township J'9, of rm.ate n Th? K S of neetion 14, ard the L K of essfaon 34, of townah'p 106,' f ranse 18. . tfeotions 2 4,6.8, 1<?. 14.1*.*nd 22: the W H of aestion 24, ?eetiona *.**.30.34, nnd J4. of township lH; section* 4 6. 8. and 10; the \V K of section 14; *eetiona 18 2", ? K,2t,3) 9'. auu 34, of Iowa an'p 108; the v >? of section 4; sections* ud ; the W H?I amotion K; aeotion* 18 2 ,22 28 30 32 and 34, or township 103; the W )? of atotion l?, stations si nn<l 32 of town*hip 104 of rant* 19 8ee'inna2.4.5,?. 7.3,10, 12.14 17. 18.H *\22,?4, 16,28, 29, 3 >, 31. nod M; ths W h of ?H>Uoi SB a* tion 34, ol f'Wnship 101; asotiona 2 4,?,7, ?, 10, a and 14; tha W X of amotion 17. seetiooaU, 1# ??, 21, W, 26,?.29,30 31, 32, nod 34. of townahip l'?; w? tion? 2 4v?;?M_V2.14^1?,aO,2*,3*.*. jl 30,31 32, Iiu? UI wwn?nif no; r?e loos I 4,6,1,10.12 14, 16, 9U, 24, 98, 28, 90, St, Mtd S4, of toweahia 104: tha S*\V \ of meoUou 4; Ml* 8 S of th? NW * maJ tK? S n of aeation 6: aeotioaa I, 16, SB, aad ?; the W H of amotion 35; aeotiona a, 90,32. afcd 34, of townahip 106. of rue* 30 Townahipa 161 ft do IAS; aeotiona I to 13, inelaatva; tb? W \ of aeotion 13; afotiona 14 to 36 laoaaive. of towoahiplOS; ?**'iona 2,4, 6, 8 10.13, and 14; th" NWji( and the 8 X of aeotion IT: *>rt'.oca II to M, mo'otive; aeotiona 34 and 36;tho W X of teotiOD 27; aeotiona 28 tt> 94, iaa uaive,of iowaahtp 1*4; aoo tiona 3.4, 6.1, 10,12,14,18. 2 ,12.94,36, 98,9u,?7, aod 34 oi lowuahip lu6. of ranr*21 Towr.abiaa 101,1 2, and 103; aeeuor. 2; the 8W ? r?f aeotion 3; aeotiona 4 to 3V molaiive, oftowaabip IfU; aoetiona 2, 4, 6, 6, 10.12, 14. 18 tn 32 24, 98 98 In the 8 H of aeotion 31; aectioaa 32 and 81, of township 106, of ranr* 12. . Townahip" 1?1,102.1'S, and 104, aeotiona t. 4, 6.8, to. 12. 14, dot 18 the 8 S of aeotion 19; aeotioaa ?i. U.H ?. and * to 31 inoiaaive; the ft W J* and tfea 3 H of aeotion 36 of townahia 106, of range 33 Towttohipa 101,102, Ic3,au4 104; eaeti-na 2. 4 %?4 I; the8 X ofaooton T.aeo >oe 8; the 8 h of aeotioa i; aeotion 10; aeotiona It and 14 lo 36. laoiaairo, of ownahtp 106, of ran** 24. At the Land 0?ee at Ch&tfixls, wisbi*?h >n Monday, tho twelfth da? of Nnvaakor aeit. or tha diapotal of tha ?MUi landa ia th? lumbered ircltMt amd parti *f Mrttnu, wiUua th? mderm?ntioDea townahipa, which rwm to the Jnited State*, withia aix ail lea on each aid* of tha ail road fo? Minn?a#oli?, "via Karibaajt. to tba iorth line of the titata of Iowa/ ' from Winona, ia St. Petera, to a po tt op the Bit Sioax rivar " jjd "from La Creaoent, via Target lake, ay tha allay of Root river,'H "object aa reqairad by taw, o a minimum *f Mea dollars madfi/tv t?t? par mert, is: far (A a/ lA? Mm Ihu a?4 <M*f ?/ MU AA* prmcipmJ mtrtmmm, "town.hip 106, of rU|N 4, 6, 6, 7, t, t, It, 11, It, It, I, M. 17. It, I?, and to. At tha Laud oHoaatfltrwmi.iCiTT wmwtmmm n Monday, tha twaatr a<w>?d dai o, Oeioue, ?it fnr tha diiaAfl^l a! U-J- L noffv*4. tru of township*, ni: forffc tkt fcu? Its* mnd?m?i ytf flt,n pal mtridia* iS^rafta a ?s-?*?u ? WSSfifCI nfigl*7uSjS& ** jsassaAv4?fc?yr?."^vfeie ?wr^s^&w!^siAr, sir rj? aye; MettosS; Ue N H ofmUog S3; aeettoM M , I m4 B^oft?*i?hi?M; >riw?fc?H?. M* of ; HB* m t; tha K X ud tW It W (| of mtiM 4, , ! Ik* NK> of tcotiuc 10, Motioa S; um k H of Ua NE k ofVoHon U) tii? N K % rf tM MB % ? mk I tX?n *4. of uiwkiHi a<eu na *. 4. ?, ?. M. I*. ' 14. u. *. a, *. *, *. i , a ?J jk, ?>f }->tr? p ahip 9; ?*cuona 1- >. 1. and 4. tha ? H of a** - tion 4; aaotiova 4 u>4 I. tba : S <" a?a*4 ? aooliora 10, il, 12, M and 14i the * fc *?f wiim IS aaoO<?na 'I r.ud 73. iff* > H < t a*eu?a B, i aftoti?na 3? 36. *. S". Si. *"<i 4 ?>f t"W ah <p M. t"?n?hip iS th? W H of a?ettot St, tow? I shiaa ? and 57, of r?a?e 34 _ jUctionatuwi 4. tbeNp S ( U*WW ly ?_J ?W- %1 1 ./ w- a C l - -L -1|?1N n 1 W M>? PIV M "1 MOU I ! IM I H of ctiOi 8; wtiOi.i 10.T2 *n?1 14; lo? * .V U? . KSof th* \W t,. tb? >\V S of ?!? HWiwi 1 th* K S of th* SVN <*of ?ti n*.?^ Mod 3b. except the > ?V V f th? r\V\ ^ i.f ?o wn?h* V;Mct oni >,4 6 1,11,11.14.1I.JI. K ?4 ti, *. P. | 33. and SI. of towaahip 34: aaatioaa t to IS. IM in; ta* N S of II?" '? M M,Xt M. , ai.d M; th* N S of tion rilMl< ? * J\ a*. 1 and 34 of township 3 ; township 33. fr*auon?i tOWDSbip 43. Of IU(?5 ?_?.?. Mm, r sm* on* 2,4. ? > . it.u >3. r.a ? ?< r., the N Vth. I* ^ > f tha*K W.aa? th? S * of 8W V Motion ?: the N h S th* S ?f th# ? W v. and tho IV W fc of the N VV V. of of lownahlp 34: aeotioaa 1 106. in0la?ir0; o*rtlo?a 8 and 10; the N W of a etion ll;aootio??i IS. 14. l>. > r,a, J?,?6. Si,3\3f, and 34. Of tr*wnahjpJMowa hip 3V f>aotion iltowrattip 43. of ra a* J* 2,4. < S. I?. If. ud * oootion u. M?^t the 8?V V of th* nW K; tho N H.JM * * of tho r 8 W 4 and tr a M fc of Ik* UK % ??f a-otion t j om tt?n? U and 24; tk? N H 0/ the .* H V *4aeolion *, of townabip 34; aeotton# 1.1,4 *. *. T", 15,14,1? ?. 22. >4. K. St. *> B, ar.rf 34. of townahip **; ooatloae 1 tt It i?o!o?i*e: ?e*ti-o? 2n to Si ma'aurt: p+r> tlon-S". ?. 34 and 35. of townahip X. t.>wnah<p 41; 1 fractional townahipa 44 aad 46, 01 rai|t r. At the Lard Office at Poituhs, Drmiaaatiri Merday. the fclteen'h day of next tor tha diapoeal of tha public aorta heretofore a not forod aitaited in tha following U>wa*hipo and fraotioi:a townahipa, vim: ' A'orU if Ik* k+ti ita* emd w*l tf tktftmrtk pnmt*pml mn^iM. 1 Fraationa! townahip 61. 01 rant* I FraoUoaai townahip and townahip M, of Fractional town ah pa ? ar d ea, of rarge I Fractional towneMpa tt and at. of ranro 4. Fractional townahip H, aad tovtaup ?. a( ructl Fraetioshl bvnihipa fl aad It of t ana a F 'u:imal tovnabipa66and 66.and townahip f? ?1 ruia 7. . .. Fraeti. nal townahipe 64 and 55, and towaotip M . ofranra *r -1 etlonal townahipe 85 and 54, aad tavaabip hfc, of ram* 9. Lande appropriated by law for tho naa of oehooii, Indiar, military and vthor parpoooa, will bo ox ! o.ndod fr. m tho aaloa. Die tracta ioi| the lin*a of tho mi. road a will bo , aubjeot U> the right of way.ciaatod by aot of 4th Anguet lUi, lor eaid railroade. aad U> parti cntar traeka cut by the route a wi'bo oold aa 00a bulling the quantitiee reapaetirejy ihovt 01 tke eftfialp ata. without dedneuona. The offering of the above lands will I* #m?mnagl on th? d?T* kt^unfd, aod will erooo^d in the nfler in whioh they are ad re- tieeri iiiil U? whole ahail have been off red. and the ealee hi eioaed; hot no aale ahaU b? k?pt '<p+i lorier ikm two weeks, and ni private ertr? or an* of the laade will he admitted antil after tfie tipiati.in of the tw< week a Given nnder ? hand, at the City of Waehi"grt?wi. this seventh day of July, ana~< Domini one taoa*ar <J eight hundred and aixt* _ . JAMKP BUCHANAN. By the P'aeidert: Joe. B. Wiua*. Cofflmiikioiwr of the 0<*?r? Land Oiui. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Rnr; >*rion nntitl?<d to lK? right of pre-emption to any or the land* within the townships ud parts of t <wp?liir* itevf m- ntiooel. iaroaui-"C to es tablish the nmr to the satisfaction of the registry and reeeirer of the proper land office, and m?k* pmymmr tkrr'for *' sr<m <u w^nrtxrnblt nftrr iwi?< tkts nnf'f. and before the da; appointed for tkv commencement of th? puh.ir aale of the .ends eir bracing the traot o.Mi.ied: otherwise hoJi olaim will be forfaited. jnft <1 WIL*ON Oommiaaioner of me Genera. Land Office A'e" ?U ?d*r.the ref o'*1 ions of the P?p*rUn?i i. as heretofore an<l pnw axi'tinc. no p*ym?nt c*u be made for advertising proolamat ons axocpt tc Mch poblisrt s as a-e mutkontia to publish by the emmieslorwr of the General Land Oft jS. Jy It lawi*w.W JOY F??R THE -PK AND H' FPKR fNG. let all who a he apflic1 ed READ! thr. hemedy rejoice ts health. Friend, do you self i.' A e tos the netim M My of those numerous eilmei.t< wh'.oh a ise jr. m im purity of the biocc?.' What are ? hey, do yo? ask ' K?ttiera>k,?hits'e ihiy r.o*i be blood la the scuroeol me and hia'th ind it i* the ir?t e >wwt f oar being to respond to a-y oarse whioh f r ? th" system, as the pulse infe fib ? attests Iha ever prmiliai Nm'tiiu the irntrtinc Krys ye as the subtle Sorafula, th agonizing Hueeinatism, Nervuus I).bill j. Dyrp^psia, l,iv#' ? ompiamt with its torpor acC d-jecnou. and tit numberless ula that p*sb ia h-irU . derive 'heir hideous origin from ti>* blood. D*a. kind ; thra and go. tly vita the biood. Us* tbe ritaliaia* re* aioea of aature tor Ita aid. and safer as tooomnaeod to yoar ootficieuoe and use that tra ) v* iiab.f medicament kaowu aa ATKN M- CO IS I\DIA y VKG ETA BLK DECOCTION. \V uh regard to thia a most luiallible pnpuar aentiTent h%a p.'keu m d'oidtdl* m> and me exidacoA* of thia treat ff?c< ar* era ta. u.d by oonatant avowaia of earative ?ff*?U ftU tii? happieat reau. W from iU u*? ar* after a!) oUr remedies and th? beat mrdical akili hare fai ad Let a* uy, in rone'arioa, th-t crrtlfioaua <T earea are not aonght fr< m th - illiterate and aa??r BCial, bat they ar* Tolnnteared f un the m ati* apeetab.a aomoee an4 ja?tif? tue L.fheat la- ma is which it u poeaitte to commend ao \aiaab.* a ap<ai&o to pat> ie approval We way add aJeo that U>? auratiT* properties of the m?-dicioe arc totalled only by iU raatorative eflVeta, the aril^n reecveriof frotndieraae wtifc renewed oonatitat<oaai vtcor. For aai? by all re*e*?tab!* Drngcieta l? this ai^y. and by thr proprietor. MR" M COX. " on* fwi.oiu" her dm? ia b.owi aa the bcjt'? ar.d her ae*j on lb? oork II r f'ri'w $1 per b?t.le, six bott>? for #SWhoU<al$ /gent. F ?. T CIB9KL. Pragciat. G?"rtftnw?. |< V ho'e*ale ^*ert for the Dlt tnc?, *r>d wi 1 -pp i the trad <?(nr ineM. an It tr _ _ Dr. j. bovke" dodts imperial wllfs bittwk8, Arc now being aaed from Mm do to the 6 row Salt Lake, ani the uuiv?iMk vorCiot of All who IM ti.?ra either a* a mrdictiu or a* a be+rr*ft, ui that lb-y ar* anaurpMed in the *urla l.'r. Do4a a*ed them au oeaafaiiy in hi* rraotioe for fe yean before we pnrebaaed cOiim th<*oi* iif lit to tft.uefcotaro and preaent thara for ?a':e to the publio. Forth* on e of Icoip pLl Couen&pUvu, Indueetion. l>jepepaia. Pile*. Nerr??na iK^aa-ea. Female Can plainte. and all oaw* reaainnf a tone, thai arr he yond IobM a moat invaluable ree ed j. Aaida frcir. their medicinal pr<y>ertie* they are a par*, whole aome and dejghtfai &erera?e. producing all the pleaaan: axhile'atiar effect* of Brandy or Wine WlthoBt their liilurinni. runtL lit ?... tr\*mAm nf hnmanit* and %?i ?hvoo&im of tamperae** a**i*t n? in aa:?inoiixc V.,?*r vaiuartr V< ifUhl* RiVls-i for the mtmtrml peisoiw and uiimtirrmttd Ltfumj jnth which the c^intrjr ia looded. and thereby ml foo'ea.lv a:* ?n ( an aLicc Dieeaee and Dricktatu t*om tha kand. CHA* l.?? WIDDIP1KLD * COV"L Wadbiagtoa, DTt. PR. J ?rivr?i; nnn** ehial bin fitters, Sot Di**a?ea efkHe Kidnena. B adder aid El pai r rraos. and e*^o;a ly for Peaial* OWuatdMt, never foil to eart. am. art> warranted to |ln mtx? VU'RLE* widdi FIELD & CO Proprietors, 7b William at., N*w York. ... J CCHWilM, ja 7 ly,r Agent. WaahmaV. r C c?.Titjgaagaagieb . B?K& CvTOR^Ht^^-ITB CURB. win raua? ?o;nm, maarmm, in >imn tttl ~279 T??S$,ku 206 B?|iiwntomj!UttttattiM'of iua frMatfajni UtepnD.io r?~"rftilv to Li* Netr More, ud? WIT l*rcf i llute,, ju?t opeaftd, in oocu?*ion witk ktt old MtabhslnKnt. vherc he vu! U Fi&mi to r*e*i Tf %.cj ordari for mfertor Oonfeot>oiu ?f kM m Pnv?? wtiici v. Mi*rr?d up la kia i?u&itfti* itfls, vi* tl?? t*rae ?romfto?i Mi 4i?b* bit>i4'-U) ?iipr? ? ? UQfTeTTBR*8 HTliMACH BITTKJLft. Hn It wid*1ov'i(*<x>tbi?i Sir-p. I.?4iiid In to?, PMidmt's $* *, tin: ?*ot vr**aMmioidm.H uck'i fknMt,4?,*i fe V "Tswsnr^siwn.w a*. crr~> l-irt & gglgiftg'M hove Alto, improT?d Frait til v?|i<ltl? J*r*. Iftttw T~I wm. t. nov? 4 co. . " __ ARE Now to riwa> IV ?h? TSiwwsfwi uL? nmM BUiluHk ITT Btor* OB Ki> ?u*rC <TBw i?or? oortk of Pa. J y.. MILITARY CLOTHIR8, Bovtiuit Coun Strom) u? (tritri Philadelphia. IIIUTARY CLOTHW FOR RALR. ? -? A VELI-OW PINK LUMBER. spagagasr A LAKOK ABWRTMRNf Cf * &SSISR. R??. PBiIP

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