Newspaper of Evening Star, September 26, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 26, 1860 Page 4
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s??=-s=?^%=====THE EVENING STAR. T?? I'mrntiLiiT NatiosaL Cohvmtios.? This body, which closed Its mm lot at Boston last week, resolved to bold ita Mit nwiUu la New York la regard to Tnfta College, in Maaachuaetta. II to atoted that hj the will of Col. Wade, recently confirmed. the college will receive auaie 40.000. A houto valued at 90,000 had alao come Into thalr do?eaaion by gift of a person recantly deceased, a now professorship had been estab - - 7 - / - - V - -? ' 1 -A.- J Itsb^d, tad boirain?-i?w Number er student^ Tbe Lomt^ Uaiveiaity bad M rtnilrir in collate, * ta "cleatific depart* mnt, an<l ?4 In the preparatory department The otber Institutes of tb? denomination were repreirntnl aa briny la a favorable condition. Prevloaa te tbe adjournment, a report proponing to rbang* tbe whole church organisation of the Universalis** wee referred to tbe next convention. A committee waa appointed to prepare and publish a new bjr?# bo?>k, if tbeydseui it expedient, and assther committee waa authorised to co-operate witb the tr??lctt of the theological college at Canton, N. Y., In raising S19.000 to endow another professorship Tbe proposition to incorporate the General Convention waa raferred to tbe trustees of the publishing bouse. Prom the statlstica of tbe Universalis denomination. It appears tbere are In the United StaUs 1 General Convention; 1 Historical SocieH; 1 General Reform Association: a Convention for the Southern States; '2i State Conventions, with IS State organizations for various purposes, 8? Associations, with 9 associations for varloua purposes; 1,ST# churches, or societies, 009 meeting-houses, 10 seminaries, 1? periodicals, and tfW preachers. An Owwia amd Did Not Know It.?A carious discovery baa just 1>een made of valuable real estate belong to tbe city of New York, of which tbe ..1 0 ? . ii a d 4a _ i a. aumeriues were uiiaiiy ignorani. some ume issi rear a person arpeareti before Mr. Hawtt, the Comptroller, ana stated that he knew of a large mount of property really belonging to the city, bat whlah had been In the undisturbed occupancy of privata parties for yeara?and lie propoimd. for a certain consideration. Tit: a per cMilage on the value of the property recovered, to disclose the loaation of tbe property and the names of the Kdo owners Mr Hawes declined to enter the arrangement, but opened aegotiattons with the party giving the hint, and meanwhile communicated the matter to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, who set the Comptroller to prepsrlag maps and lista of all property owned by tbe city, and making Investigations, in the coarse of which it was discovered that a very large number of lots, In poas?sslon of tbe city for many years, have never been recorded at sill; the original deeds, however, being In possession of the Comptroller; and In other cases, property to the vslueof fifty thousand dolUrs was discovered, which was In the possession of other parties. mAtiatlrtna *ps til npmiififf with t!i? rurtv i/iv lag*the first clae, iwl It la npretid they wilt lead to more sstonUblnjj disclosure*. Pabi* Fashion* ?HuUKMliioiMluf S?pWmbfi In "LeFollet" luuouncr that robes for full dress re trimmed with narrow flouaeea or ruches, and Sulpara. mad admit only of lace shawl* or whit* lk scarf* covered wtta lace, btlnv worn witt them Paletots with sleeves are still worn, ever In jaconets or muslins When made In Ugh1 materials, they are accompanied by a deep pointed collar, trimmed with a flounce, which is repeated round the mantle Tight aleeve* are not much it request, except for out-of-doura dree*. Almost si dresses are made low and worn with 11chus Bonnets are still worn very forward on the top Tha curtains are narrower and not much orna merited Tha bonnets are made In crape, trlmme<i with silk, straw, or tulle. fry Blondin f.ilfllled his advertiaed promised walking blindfold on his rope, on Friday after noon, at Jones' Woods, near New Vork. He die so, at first, in his nausl fashion, diversifying tb< performance by standing upon bis head, turning somersets, suspending ulmself by one arm, heaj downward, and the like, occupying just fifteer minutes In the transit from pole to pole. Aftei tan minutes' rest, be started on his return, hii ryes bandaged, and his head and body covered with s sark, which reached to his knees, holsi being cut for his arms Ha accomplished this It tea minutes ; (TTThi claims of the .United States agalns Peru are still unsettled. President Castllla, who by the way, has quite recovered from his wound refusing to settle the question or submit to it settlement by say other than a third frlendl] power. ETha Duke of Newcastle has written a lette President Fillmore that tha Priuce of Wale will be unable to visit Buffalo. ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. BKOWN9' HOTEL?TJ Doraey, A L Rlva and If, V*; J P Orel nan mod ton. Ga, J M Smith Ind; G W Holland, Va; E Peale andaon. La; E . Huoraa, H Campbell and dangbrrer, M Cocharlr Va; G Borkridge, Tex; J Chapman. la; Dr J Hili Va; J H Colllnson, Mlaa; A Moulton. La; C Hu bnrt and fun. G Robertson and lj,9C; J McGulr and ly, ? al; Dr J 9 Lawton and no.J W Boatlel and ly, Mlaa Mcltrer, SC; C Mann and ly. 9 Tat* Teun; J 9 LoeoaU. Ill: J Dunlap. 9C; J Gilktson Va; / M Anderson, Mlaa; W A Gaurdin. 9C; V J Heard, Miaa; G Le Bur, 9 R Clover, B Meih Va NATIONAL HOTEL ?C A Lathrop, Ga; I G Kankla. J T Rankin,NC, J 9chail,l'a; ERlct ard. H Put, La; T Clark, NY; Dr J O MlddUto aad lady, Mra C Mlddleton, Mlaa M Corry, M<! A Edwards, Pa; T A Jacoba and lady, Me. Drl L Crnaoip, E Johnson, Vh; F B Green, Md; V Hayward, DC; R Gault, Va; B P Brandon, A ? C Hunlqaer, N\ ; 9 Rowland, \V L 9uddans.Pi Hon A 8 H Stuart. Va; R Donaald, G H Baekei atith and lady, C 9tone. J W Cronkbite. I. Hut ball, NY; J Pollard, T J 9cott, Ala, F B 9C11 Teun KIRK WOOD HOUSE -R W Hall*tt Ala; V J Delano, La; D Woodson, Va; E Cartridge, M? B. J Dobblne, W 9 P lrce. Pa; 8 J Sefley, N \ B Q of don and fam, Miaa.Or Ten Broerk, USA K 8 Merryman, C E Dickey, H C Mac kali, YV J A lieu. Mi; A D Pavoe, Va. WA9HINOTON HOUSE ?Mr WHie and 1* Mlee; i Vertnaa and * ladles, 111; J Homer, Pa. OCEAN STEAMERS' SAILING DAY, Fbok T?? Umtu STATM. Bttamirt. Leave. For. Days. Alia. ?New York-. Liverpool Seat] Bremen....?_ . N?w York Soetli'pton bept < AdriaUa.... ...Kev York....Havre_ Oot Arago New York....Havre.. Oot J FKOM Euaops Friaoe Albert Valvar _ ..New York-SepL 1 Aruo 8outh'pton_.New York...Sept. 1 New York. Sonth'pton...New York.-Oet. Tke Havana aaaii ataamera leave New York o (fee 3d. Utth, nth. and 27th of aion month, an Ckar.ee ton on the 4tn and 19th. Tke California mat 1 ate*mora leave New York o tke am and Jotn ot mat month. T"" ""WW*??" Conee*aentiy 1 ahall remain in Washington an oatinae to pereee my oeeapaUon .>f HOL'St StON aad ORNAMENTAL PAINTING. Gi!c U| la all ita bracohea. Old Glaaing promptly a teamed te. Painting and Ornamenting Cotta* Pnraitareta the beat style 1 alao, cal attentiu to tke Punting of Koofe and Briek Walla. All of Ue above 1 will do aa ohaap as Uie chea] a] therefore solicit the patronage of my frien< fellow eitiseaa of the DiatrieL Punetu*li1 etriotly observed, and work done in the beet mai Vaavill ilMMnii *? -? * ud TUj ft*. P. 8 Sif oa pat ?p free ef okarf e, u u?l. CIANCI8 HARPEK, FAMILY OR<&f^?A I?l?fc#D STORE, Corner 4/ Atrw York mm* mdrmtk *tr?4t. Re*peetfuliy aoiieita the patronage of thuMW b?t be ib want of any artiste in the above line. Ui endeavors shall bo to pleas#. and by a stnot attei ton to the wanta of tM public, tujpee to merit Sol their patronage. took oonsiata of ??rj artioia asaailv to t la a InUUu Pamiiy Urootry and P*c . tH-tf W9AS P1XTUKK8. E Hare m tore, and are Ja* 7 rooeivinc, OA aTVMES ofentirely Mew Pattern* and Deaigi Pun eh, superiur m trie to anything neretoioi offered m ttus market. We invitegitisene geneta It to oall and examine onr etook of tfaa and Wati Ptxtareo, fe?ling confident that we hare the let elected stock in Waakiaftoa. Ail Work in tae above Uae mtraeted to oar cai WUJ DO pMHaptly attended K>, -U* ***** * ".'rWik*. U order to di?o<?*e of my entire stock of Meo'a a<i Boy? STRAW HATS treat indacementa will t offered until the eloee of the aeaaon at ? ^ .... LANE'S Fuhnonakle Hat awl Cap Store, aatltni Pa. a v.. near Pour-and a-half at. T BALZAC'S NEW N<>Vt?l.. H R Greatoeee and DeelineofOaaarBiroltearc from Ike Preach of Hoaore de Balzac, trualat* M 14 MrMI Kl<WM?k .1 1 ? ? -- ??*" r*. ? . XJLI G ALTS' W ? ? ? aoSWSF. 0 ? a l m% Pa. Bitw, lira and lira Sra* North m?1?. Mil: aad Wiiarf foot of S*T?BU?Dtb it., M It K IWnT Wtf Nw^llllt UALTiMORE 13 BUTTER HOUSE. . Daily riwiTinf fr*ah aud ?w**t, in Goshen paok IfM. Alto, Ohio Butter, at 1"H and 12S BLLICOTr A UbWM, |t > M9 Ew??>iaw?a Ptiu??. W?ltii??or* j,MNE PIANOS FOR KENT OR Muio r???iT?d tn-wMlr, at ELLIS'S. Myo^M latuaiaamts ferfifofo ryOl AVK SIGNAL HORN. Proa $* ? , Jai Mi uKfiv>4 at til? Muaio Jioft. Ut H i W. 0. METZEROTT. . . mm*. i? j? ~'*~i "i " r I *~7? r r\ BT THB P*K?l9?il!T4'4p THE UNITED . URATES. In pnnMUae* of law. I, Juiu Bvchanan, Pr**tdent of the United STiUa of An**ri*a, do hereby declare and make kno?/n that snblio sal** will b* he.d 1 at tii* undermentioned Laud Offioes in the Stat* of MiNSBsoTAi at tk* periods hereinafter desig uated, to wit: j At the Land l>ftoe at St. Clodp, oommeiamic on Monday, the hfteenth day ofOetnher nex*. (or the disposal of w.epublio lands heretofore unaStr%d. situated in the following townships and parts of township*, via: Sortk tk* kii Itn* mi4 M.(l af Uu fifth rrituipal ffiifidt'W The W fractional H of the X of section ?; tk* 3W ]tf and the WKolth* SE & of section s?: Motions a) and 32; the $ X of the Nh J*, the 3 H of the NWX, and the 9 X of Motion 54. or township 121, of ran** 25. __ _ auhnm i t 1 1? II 11 J L/wtiwua -* v , VI tV| ii| l?? " ? ** i <"?J *0 ? ?Of *nU 34, of townaiip lb: the 9 X of the NK the t? Ji of Se N W and the 8 H of Motion ?>; aeotion 39, 1 township 122. of ranje 2fi H actions *. 4.6,8.10.12, 14, 18, 20,22, 24. 20. ?. SO, 32, and 34, of township 121; soetion?6. 8.13.20, 22, S6, 2*, 30, 32, and 34, of township 12/, of ranf e *7. &i\ions8.4,6 8,10, 12, 14. 18.20,22, 24.26.28 30, 38. and 34, oftownahlp 121; aeotiona2,4.6,8.10,12,14, 18.28, 22, 2*, 26. 28,30, 32, and 34. of township 122: tho gjfc, and the NW)(of aeotion 6; section 8; the WJf ofiheSW W of section 14, sections I8.2>,anri 22; the W H of the SW )i ot aeotion 24; aeotiona 26. 28, 30, 32. and *4, ol township 123. of ranee 28. Sections 2. 4. 6,8, 10, 12, 14. 18.20,22, 24. 26,28, 9>, 32, and 34, of township 121; section* 2.4. 6,7. 8, iu, 12.14.17,18,19,20,21, 22,24,36 27,28,29. 30.32. and 34, of township 122; section* 2. 4, 6, 8, 10,12.14,1(? 90, 22, 24, 26. 28, 3D, 32, \nJ 31. of township 123;sec tiona 4.6,8, and 1ft; the W X of aaotion 14; amotions 1*. 20,22. 26. 24, *V 32, and 34, of townahip 124; 'actions 4,6, and it; the N W 34. and the WKofthe 8W M of aeotion 10; aeotiuua 18, and 9b; the W H of of the NW*. and the W* of the 8W)< of aeotion 22; aeotiona 23, so, and 32; tne WX ofth? SKAi.and the W Jt of Motion 34, of townanip 125; the rtfc of ID* Hi*. *, t&* NW *?, and tbe 3 % of Motion ; the W KoftasNW if, and the SW If of aeotma 8: Motfir* 14,20,28,30, 32, and 34, of townahip 126, of range 89. SeoUona 2. 4. S, 8,10,13,14, M, 20, >2,24, 28, vB, 30, St, and 94, of townahip 131; aeotiona I to 28, ieo!u ire; reo'iona 30,32, and 34, of townahip 122; aec tions 3,4,5,6,7, and 8; the W X of aeotion!); *ou bona 10,12, and 14; the W X of aeotion IS; aeationa 17 to 22, inoluaive; aeotion a 34 and 26 to 35. inclusive, of townahip 123; aeotiona 2, 4, and 8; the W M of aeotion 7; aeottona 8, 10,12,14.18. it. 3?. 2i. 24 2K, and 23; the W H of aeotion 29; rootiona 3<\3l, S2, and 34, of township 124; aeotiona 2. 4, fi, 8, in, 12.14, It, 20,33,94,38,28, and SO; the W % of amotion SI; aeotiona 32 and S4, of townahip 125; aeotion* 2, 4,6. 8. 10, 13, 14, 18, 20, 23, 24, 26, 28. 30, Si, and 34, of townahip 128; aeotiona 4,6, and ; the NW >?. and the 9 Vf of aeotion 10; the SW If of the NW i, and AW fc of aeotion 14; aeotion* 18, 20, and 22; tue SW W of aeotion 24; aeotiona 26. 28, 30, 32, and 34, of townahip 137; aeotiona 6, 8,18, an-1 20; the W X of aeetion 28; aeotiona 30 and 32, of townahip 12b. of range 30. aeottona 3.4, b, 8,10,12.14, 18 30,22,24. 26, 3<t. 30, 33, and 34. of townahip 121; aeo'iom 1 to 18, inolnsire; aeationa 2" and 22; the N % of aeotion 23; aeotiona 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, and 34, of towaahip 122; townahipa 123, 124, end 125; aeotiona 2, 4, 5, 6,7,?, 9, 10, 12, and 14; the WXof aeotion 15; aeotiona 17 to 22, lnclBaitre; aeotiona 34 and 26 to 35, inoluaive, of townahip 126; aeotiona 3,4.6 8,10,12. 14. and 18; the W %o{aeotion 19; aeotiona 20,23,24, 26. 2W. 30,31, 32, and 34, of townahip 127; aect ona 2,4,6,8. 10, \i. 14. > 18, ?, 22,24,36,23,30, 32, and 34, of townahip 128, of range 31. ? Seotiona 3, 4,6,8,10, 1?, 14,18,20.22,34, 26.29, Jft, i 32, and 34, oi township 121; aeetiona 1 to 12. inoln , aive; th* N X of aeotion 13; aeotion 14; Ihe N X of . aeotion 15; the N" X of aeotion 17; aeotiona 18.20, 21, . ao, w. anu 34, oi township IS; townships 1 1-.3 and 124. of ranee 32 I Sections 2, 4.6, 8, in, 12, 14.18. ?. R. 24, 26, 28, 30, i 32, and 34. of township 121; sections 1 to 12, inoln t sive; the N X of section 13; section 14; the N H of ection 15; the NXof section 17: sections 18,2'f, 22, 24. 26. 28. 3.1. 32 and 3?. of township 122; townships 123aud 124. of ranee 33. Sections 2 4 6, 3,10,12.14, 18,20, 22, 24, 28. 28. 30, I 32. and 34. of township 121; sections 1 to 18, inclusive; sections 20, 22. 24. 26, 28 . 30, 32. and 34. of township 122; townships 123 and 124, of ranee 34. r Sections 2. 4, ?. 8, in, 12,14 18, 20, 22, 24,26,28.30, 32, and 34, of town?hip 121; sections 1 to 24, inolu " sire: sections 36. 2?, 29. 3>, 32, and 34. of township 1 122; townships 123 and 124. ?>f ranee ?5 ? Sections 2. 4 6.8,10,12.14. 18. 2". 21. 24. 28,28, and r 30; section 32. except the X of the S\V sectiou I 34, of township 121; section* 1 to 6, inclusive; sections 8 to 14. inclusive; the K X of section 15; sections 18. 20, 22, 24, 26, 28. 30, 32. and 34, of township r 122; townships 123 and 134. of ranee 36. Seotions2 and 4; the N H, the SE 3*. and the N K I of the 8 W % of seotion 6; the N H, and the sK *4 of 1 section 8; sections in. 12, and 14; the N E , and the 1 N H of the N W If of seotion 22; section 24; the N H of the NE J( of seotion 28, if township 121; spoUols 2, 4.8, 8, 10. 12.14.18.20.22, 24 26. 28, 30, 32, and 34. t of township '8; seorions 1 to 6, inclusive; sections 8 to 15, lnolnslve; section* 18,30, ar.d 22 to 2fi, in olusiv; sections 28,30. 32, and 34, of township 123; > township 124. of range 37. > Sections 2 4 6, a, 1". 12. and 14; the N % of the f N E K of seotion 18: sections 22, 24, and 36, of township 122: the K >* of seotion <; sections 2, 4, 6, 8,10, 12,14, IS, 30,22, 24, 28. 28 . 3", 32. and 34, of township r 123; seotions 1 to 18, inolusive; sections 30 to 28, in o usivs; seotions 30,32, 34, and 36, of township 124, of range 38. At the Land Offio* at St Cloud, commencing on Monday r the twenty - ninth day of October next, for the disposal of the pnblio lands he*etofore un ogertd situated in the following townships and , parts of town*hips, vis: ' North of th* bat* line and weft qf tK* fourthprinci1 pal meridian* ?. Sections 2 and 12, of townshi p 34; seotions 2. 4.8, - t. lo. 12.14, 18,30, 22,24. 36.28 and 3?. of townshi pi6, e sections 1, 2,3, 4,6.8, and >0; the N )% of section 11; fc sections 12, 14, 8.20, 22, 24. 26, 28. 30. 32 and 34, of township 36; sections 1.2,Sand 4; the E K of seo ' tioa 5; seotions 5, and 8 to 15, inolusive; the fc >? of \i section 17; seotions 18, and 20 to 28. inclusive: th* ' E H of section 2<?; seotions ?i a-.d 3.; The E X of 1, seHon 33; sections 34 and 36. of township 37; s*c tions 1 to 18, inclusive; the E W of seotijn 19; secl tions 20 to 9>. inoluuve; seotions3? to 36, irolusive, . of townsh p 38; townshiss 39, 40 and 41, of range 23 ' Seof.onsi, 4,8.8, in, 12,14, 18. 20. 22, 24. 26 and *8; ? the NX <>f theNE * theS" * of theNE fc.and '? the N fci M of the Hk of SOOtlun *1: M R W tk 9 NE*of~theNW *,andtbeN X oVThYsE'Vof V section 32; section 34. of townahip 98; aeotiona 2, 4, 4 ?, 8, 10, 13, 14, 18 , 20, 22, .4. 2b. 28, 90,32 and 34 of .. townahip 97; sections 1,3, 4, fi, 8,10,12,14,18, 20,22, ' 24.38, 28, 30,32 and 94, of tovrtishipSB; aeotio 1,3. 3, ana 4; the E X of Motion 5; aeotiona 6, and 8 to 15. inelusive; ano lona >8 and 30; the K X of aaotton I, 21; seotionsw to 38. inelutive; tbe K 3i of amotion 27; aeotiona 28,?), 32 and 34; the K X of seotion 35. ir of towmhip?; towrnhip 40, exerpt the W X of aeotion 31; sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8; the E^ol '? aeotion 9; seotion* 10 to 15. lnoluaive; seutious ifl an4 20; the E X of aeotion 31; sections 22 to 28. ini; olaaive; section* 30, and 52 to 36, inoiusive, of townH ship 41; sections 1,2,3,4.8 8. and9,to 15. lnoluaive; ?ections IS and 20; tne K X <>f aeotion 31; amotions 22 to 28, inoluaive; a^ctiona 90 and 32; the E X ol r? aeotion 33, aeotiou*3t and 95, of townahip 42; aeotion* 1,2,3 and 4; the K X of Motion 6; aeotion a 6, - and 8 to 15,ino uaivo; the E X of aeotion 17; aeo_ tiona 18, and 30 to 28, lnoluaive. the E X of aeotion 9 29; aeotion* 30, and .t? t > 35, incluaive, of townahif 43; aeotiona 1,2,3,4,5, 6, and 8 to 15, inoluaive; the E X of aeotion 17; aeotiona 18. and 20 to 28, iuolu_ aive; aeotiona 3D, and 32 to 36, imluaive, of town*? ahip 44, of ranee 29. ? Section* 2, 4, 6. 8,10,13,14,18, 30 , 22. 34. 36. 38, 3>, 8 33 and 31, of townahip 2?; aeotiona 8.10,12, 13, 14,18 J 20, 3S, 34 , 26.28, 30,32 and 34, of townahip ?>; *eoti'>m 3, 4. 6. 8, 10,12. 14, 18. 30, 22. 24. 26 , 28, 30, 92, and 34 .? nf townahip 41*. aeotiona 2, 4,6, 8. 10, 12. 14, 18, 30, , 33. S4, 26, 38, 31, 92 at>d 94. of townahip 42; section! , 3. 4,6,8, 10.12.14, 18, 22, 24. 26,38, W>, 33 and 34, ol township 43; aeotion* 2,4,6,8, >0 13,14,18, 20, 3*, 24 9 36, 28 30,32 and 34, of township 44. of ranee 90 o Section2. exoept the N W >?' of the N w If; Motto* 12; the fraction* of aeotion 14 outaide of tb? * Port Ripley Reservation; amotion 24, the fractioni of section 08 outside of the Fort Ripley Reserva tion, <>f township 43; aeotion 2. the NK V. and th< _ m k x of the BE V of section section 12; mo * Uon 14. exeept the W Xofth?PW \i; otion 24 d the E k of aeotton 26, of township 44,of nun* SI. At the Land Otfioe at Fokkkst Citt, eommeso I- ing on Moncay, the twenty-seoond da* of Ootobei i- next, for the disposal of th? publio lands heretofore :e unoftrtd. aitaated in the following townships ant n parts of townships, vix: , Sortk (J tk* ban lint atvi u>*?t qf tkt Jtfth ftituipa [1 meridian. , TbeN W X. and the 8 X of Motion 6; the N X o i. Motion 8, of township li?. of ranee 22. TheNW XofthoNKK. the N X of the N W X I. and the B W X of the NWJ^of Motion 2: eectioni t 4 and 6; the N X. ami the SW X of ??etion 8; thi i, W X of the N E X, and the N w X of eeotiou M. o towuahtp 1 IS; lota, 1,4, and 5, of eootion 8. lots 2.3 4, 6, and 6, and the SW X of the N E Jtf, tM N E \ of th? SW X. and the SW X of the stVK of aeo - tion 10; the 8 X of the NE X. the 8 X ofine N\V X. and the 8 k of Motion 12; sections 14,18, 20, 22 24. 26.28, 90.32. and 34, of townanip 117; aeotiona 2 4, an?l k the N X of the XEk, and the N >6 of thi NWKof Motion 12. of townfhip 11#; the BW V o aeotiou 6; the 8 W V of Motion ?; a?oiiona mint is ?; the 8 X of the 8W X of eeotion 36; sections 23 I- 30 32, and 34, of township l??, <?f ran*e 23. a Stotiona 2,4. 6, 8, 10. if M, It. ?i, and 22; the N W X of section 24; lots 1. 3, end 6, of sectum S; mo > tiona 28,30, and 32; the NW and the W H of th? d 8W X of section 34, of township 116; the 8 X of thi NE X, the 8 X of the N W Xr ?n?l t*e M X of sec "" yon ; section 10, except the N W X the N W V _ section 12, *xo?pt the N K of the NE X: sections 14 ? 18, 20, 8. 24.26, 28, 30 32, and 34. of township 117 k* sectioas 2 end 4; and the N X of section 6. of c?wn i* ship 119; the 8 X of section 2; sections 4,8 8.10.1* ' 14,18, 30, 22,34,96,28, 90f 33, aud 34, of township 120 * or ranee 24. ' Seotions S, 4,6,8,10, ?. 14, and 18: the 8 X of seo . tion 19; eeotions 80. 21, 24, 98, Si, 30, 32, and 34. ot * township 118: the 8 X of the 8E X- and the 8 Xoi 8W X of section 2; tbe 8 X of the N EX, th- S X of the N W X. and the 8 X of secuon 4; ihe 8 k oi _ the NE*, UeSkof the NW X.and the Sk oi section 6: sections 8 and 10; section 12. exoept tl? i N X of the NE X: sections 14. -, is. 3?. 22, 24. 98, j 28, 30, 32, and 34, <>f township 117; the N k of the m NE X. and the N k of the Nw X of seotion 2; th? * N X of the NE X.?nd the N kof the NW X ol section 4, of township *19; sections 2,4,6, 8.10, 12, 14.18,20. 23,34, 36.38 , 90, S, and 34, of township 120, ofrugs 26. Sections 2, 4, A, ft, 10, IS, 14,18,19. 90,21,92,96,14, 96, and 27 to 32, inclusive, and section 34, of townI. ship 116; Motions 9. 4.?. S. 10,12.14. 16,90.92.24.20, <1 v, 30.?, and 34, of township 117; the 8 X of the 8h I. w! and tU 8 K of the 8W * of eection 34. of tovnsnip 1?8; aMtiona 9,4,6,?, W. <9,14, II, M, 99.*4,. 96, 98. and to; the N h ot eection 32; the N X of?Motion - $4. of township 1*?, of ranee 96. Motions 9.4. f.?. MTU and 16; the 8X ?fHOtioa 19; seotion 9H 8 K of eeotion 9>; seotion ? the 8 H ofs?otion& eotipne ?4 to96, loojasiv*, of township 116: thep>? of tne NEMi thf 8K of the NW K. and ? H of section 2; the 8 h of the NEK, the t\ of the N W V. and the 8* of eootlon 1: _ eeetions 6.6.16.19.14,18, 90, 29, 24, 96. 98. 90. 39. and 34. of township 117; sections 2, 4,6. 8, 10. 12,14, 16, . 25a & Hoi taction 34, ef townsnip 190, of rants -n. Sections 2,4,6.7, t, 10, i*. an<f 14; the 8 % of eeotion U; section* Wto 96 !noiaei*o, ortovaehi* U6| id tM 9 <rf jtoHjt oif eeotion 96; eeotions 0, i |2and24,ol township 120. ol ranis98. 1 Wi -JflFT nrri*i i" MMi ^ 41 * ; g'% ? ^ T V * * .,7 1 tiny 117; the 8 X of eootion 18; sections ?ud9 I the 9 X of the N W *, and the S X of section 24, seetions 88, St, 9", **, utd 54, of township IT*; No. I 1 ttoas?, 4, 6, a, 10, and lfc the N X of section 14, of , township 1*>. of ranee 29. Townshi* 1M;aeotiona*, 4,6, 8,18, It, 14, IS, 90, 2S, 34. SB, ?,a?d *> to as laolosi ve, of township 117: the A X ofthefJW M. agd the ? X of th- SK X ?t section 8; tkf* H oft he NE %, the 8 J* of the N W W.and the?K<-f Motion 14; aeetions IS. SO, 22. S4, 3,?. S", 52, and St. of township 118; sections 2, 4. and 8; thoN X of aMt<on 8; the N *. the N X of tne 9 vV H, and ihoN X of the 8K 3^ of section ! ; sMtion IS, of tosrnsfaij) ISO, of rante ?' Township Uft Motions S, 4,8,8, 10. IS. 14,18,?, 22.24. sod SB to iL inclaanre, of township 117; the SW * of the 88 X. and the 8 X of the 9W X of eot'on 4- the 8*' \ of the Nto.*, theNW V of the NW H, the 8 * of the NW *, and the 9 fc of aootion 6; section 8; section 10, exoept the N K X of the N E K; the 8 X of section 12; seotions 14,18, 30,22,84.86^38,SO, S3, and Si, of township 118; Motion 2; the N X of amotion 4, of township ISO, of MtffA II . * Townahip 116; Motion* 2.4,6,8.10,12.14, acd 18 to 35, moluaire, of townahip 117; aeotiooa 2,4,6.8, 16.12,14,18.20, 22. 24. 26, 28.90, 32, and 34, of township *18, of ranges? Townahip 116; Motions 2.4.6,8,10,12,14, aad 18; the B X of amotion 19; hwUod 20: the S H of aootioa 21; Motion 22; the 8 K of taction 23; Motion* 34 to .V, inolntive. ol townahip H7; aeotiona 2, 4 6,8.10,12, 14.18, K0,22,24.26,28, SO,32, and 34, of townabip l18, of range 33. Townahip 116; aeotmna 2.4.6,8,10,12 14.18,20, 22, 24. 25. and 26; the ti X ol aeotio'. 27; otions28. and 9' to 35. inoluaive. of townahip 117: taction 2; the 8 Xof tno SEMof amotion 4; the * X of the NK >i, the 9 K of the N W M, and the 8 K of aeotinn 8; amotions 10,12. M. 18 . 20. 22. 24, 26, 28,30, 32. and 3?. of townahip ll*j the N % of aection 4; Motion 6, of townahip 110. of ranae34. 8eotiona2.4,?,8,10.12,14,18,20.22, 24,26 . 28, and 34; the S H of Motion 31; aection 32; the 8 >4 of aoouon 33; aection *4; the 9 X of aeotion 3?, of townahip 117; the 9 K of the 8f. % of a*otion 12; amotion 14; the 9 K of the NK V, the 8 X of the NW *, and the8f?ef aeotion la; aeotiona 20,22,S4,26.2d, ?>. 32, and 34, of townahip 118: aeotiona 2,4.6 and 8; theN % theN X of the 8 W *, and the N * of the 9K aection 10: lot No. t.ot aecton 12, ol townahip 120. of range 95. Sectiona 2,4.6.8, 10,12,14,18,20 22 24, V. 28."and 30 to 35, inoluaive. of townahip 117; th? 8 K ol the NW and the 8 X of aection 8; the 8 S of the NK*.the9*of the NW tf. and the 8 K of aection 14; aeotiona 18,20, 22, 24, A, *8, 30, 32. and 34. of townahip 118; aeotion 2; the N H, the NK of the 8\V Af. and the N X of the 9K of aection 4; the N X of the NF. and Iota No. 4and 5 of s*e'4on 10; auction 12, except lot No. 1, of townahip 121, of ran<e% The ?W f*tthe NW Jf, and the 8 K of aeetion 2; aeotiona 4.6.8, 10,12. 14. 18. 20. 22.21. <6. 28. 30, 31, and 34, of townahip 118: the9WJ? of theNK^. tha9KJ%- and the W H of aection 3t>; aeotion 32; the 8 S of the 8VV % of aeotion 34, of townahip 119, of range 37. At the Land Offiieat HisDgitao*, eommenoing nn MnnHaw tka l? Ajui?> v* ??/ - w >1 i-. V.u?w; I nil. miicnovn UOiT VI VWH'IWf UDlVt IUI the disposal of the public lands h?ret<>f(irs?nnjr*r?/f. situated in the following townships and part* .of townships, viz: North af th? bast lint and fctst df tk* fifth principal mtridtan. The parts of township* 112 and 113, oaUida of the Sioux Halt-breed Reservation, of range 14. The parts of townships 1M and 1'2, outside of the Sioux Half bn?ed Reservation, of r&nge 15. Townships 1U and 112, of ranee 16. Sections 1,2, 3 4,6,8. and 10, to lA,inolusive; s?otious 18 and 20; the E >* of section 21; seotions 22 to inclusive; sections 30 and 32, to 95- iuc'usive, of township lil; sections 1 and 2: the K X of section 3; sectio's 4. 6. 8, and 10. to 15, lucmsive; seotions U, 2". and 22, to 28, inclusive: seotions 90,32. 34, and 35. of township 112, of range IT. Sections 2. 4, ?, 8,10,12,14, It, *1, 22 24 ?6, 28, 30. 32. and 34, of township 111: sections 2 and 4; the K K or seotion 6; sections 8. 10, II, and 14; ths KM o? section 18; sMtions 20, 22, 24 26, 28, 30, 32. and 34, or towpship II?; seotions 2 and 4; tne K H of section 6; sections 8,10. u, and 14; the K S of section 1R; suctions 20, 22.24.26. and 28; the E M of secton 30; sections 32 and 34, of township 113. oi range 18. The E H of section 12; ssotions 24, 26, and 34, of township HI, of range 19. The W M <>f seotion 6, of township lit: the W H of section 6; the W M of section 18: the W K of section 30, of township 113: the W * of the NW Jf. and th* W X of ?he "* W w of sec* ion li; the \V % of the N W and VV K of the bW \ of section U), oftownship 114, of range20 Sections 4.6,1,18. and 30, of township 111: sections 2, 4.6. 8, |0,12,14.18. 2o. and 22; the W H of eotion 24; the N >* and tne S\V \ of section 26; sections 28, 30,32, and 34, of township 111; sections 2, 4,6. 8. 10,12,14.18. 2". 22. 24, 26 , 28 . 30, ?, and 3?, r w iiBiup i >U( u- /? Ut mo or % 5I1U lfl?J 2? of the S\v M of emotion 10; the 8X of the NEM. the SHof tneNWX, and the 8 \ of section 12: sec lions 14, 18. 20. 22. 24, 26, 28, 30, 82, and 34, of township 114, of ranee 21. Seotiona 3. 4,?. 8,10,12,14,18, 20,23, 24. 26, 28, 30 32, and 34. of townahip 111; aeotiona 2. 4, 6, 8,10, 12, U, 13,30, 22,34, 28, 28, SO, 32, and 34, of townahip 112; aeotiona 2, 4,6, 8. to, 12,14.18, 2?, 22. 24, Srt. 2*. 3?, 32, and 34, of townahip 113: aeotion 10; the Sk of a?o ion 12; aeotion 14; the E X and the K X of the SW X of section 20; aeotiona 22, 24, 36, and 28; the 8 X ol tin- SK 34 of aeotion 30; aeotiona 32 and 34, of townahip 114 of range 22 Section 2; the E X and the * W X of aeotion 3 aeo'iona 4, 6, 8,9, and 10: the W X of aeotion li: aeotiona 12,14,15,18,20. 21. 22, 24. and 46; the W X of aeotion 27; aeotiona 28. 29. and 3 ; the E X of aeo tion 31; aeotiona32, 33, and 34, of townahip 111; aoctions 2, 4. 6, S. 10.12, 14 18, 30, 2?. 24. 26, 38, 30, 32, and 34. of township 112; the E X of the SE X of aeotion 2; tlie SK X of the NE X of aeotion 10; aeotion* 12 an<f 14; the 9 X of the N V\. the SE Xof the N W X. and tne 9 X of aeotion 2u; aeotiona 22, 24,26, 28, 3?. and 34. of townahip 113, of rang* 83. Sections 2 and 4: the EX of aeofron 6; aeotiona 8, 10. 12 and 14; the X. tiie E X of the N W M and the E X of the 8W >4 of aection 13; aeotiona 38. 22 . 24, 26.29 30,32 and 34, of townahip 112; the 3 X of the g\V X. and the ?E X of aootion 36; the 9E X of seot<on 32; and aeotion 34, of townahip 113; the N X, the 8W X. and the W X of the BE X of aeotion 4; aaotiona 6, 8, 18, 30, and 3", of townahip 115, of ' range 24 The N X of the N W X of aeotion 2; the N X. and the NXol the 8W X of aection 4. aeotion 6 of towanip 114; *ctions2,4, 6. A, 10, 12.14, 18, 29, 22, 24,26. 28, 30. 32 and 34, of townahip 115, of rang* 25 T;.e W X of aeotion 6, of townahip 113; aeotiona 2 4 6,8 and 10; the N X, the N X of the 9W X. and (he N X of the 8E of section i2; the N X or the NE X, and the N\V X of aeotion 14; aeotiona 18 and 2 the WS of the N VV X of aeotion 22; the N X of the N w X of aeo' ion 2a: aeotion 30t the W)4ol the N W X o I aeot on 32. of tnwnahio 114: sections 2. 4. 6.8,10,12,14, U. an, 22, 24, 28. 28 30, 32 ami 34. of townslupl15. of ranee 26. Section* 2.4,6. 8,10, 12,14,18, 20, and 22; the W H of the N W K of *?otion 24; th? W K of th* N E li'.and th* W Hoi section 28; aectioua 28, 30, 32 and 34,of township MS; sections 2,4, 8 8,10. 12, 14, r 18,20.22,24, 38. 28, 30,32 and 34. of township 113; seo I tion* 2. 4.6. 8,10,12,14,18, ?>, 22,24, 28, 28,30, Si and 34,of township 114; seotions 1 to 1\ inclusive; th* > H and SW V of section 11; section* 12 and 14; the W H of **otion 15; sooti'jns 17,18.19, 20, 22, 24. 26, 28 aud 30; the N W \ of section 31; seotions 32 r and 34, of township 115. of ranee JT7. Seotions 3. 4, 5, 6. 7.8, 10. 12, 14,17, 18, 19, 30 , 32. 24. 38, and 28, the \V ^ of aeotion 29; seotions 30, SI, 32, arid 34. of township 113; seotions 2 and 4 to 10, ! iuolusive; section* 12,14- and 17. to 22 inolusire; i sections 24. 36, and 28, to 34. inolusive.of township i 113; the W % of Motion 1; section* 2 to 12, inclusive: seotiou* 14 to 23 inclusive; seotions 24 and 26; the E X of the N W *, th* N W of the NW K, and lot* 1,3, and 3, ol aeotion 77; aeotiona 28 to 34, inoluaive. of township 114; townahip 115, of rani* 38. | Townahip* 111, 112,113,114, and 116, of ran<e 29, Townahip* 111, 113.113 114, ar.<1 115, of ran?e 30. , Townahip* 113,113,114, and >15, of ranre 31. [ At Ui? Land Oflic* at St. Pktkb, commencing r>u Monday, the twenty-seoond day of October next, ' for thedisposal of the public landa heretofore tn oftrtd. situated in th* followini townahip* and , part* of townshipa, via: North of th* bast lim? amd wut of th* fifth principal ffiffirfuw. ' Seotwna 4.5, and 6; the N % and tb? SW X oj section 7; aaotinia 8, 18, 30, 28, 30, 32 and S4. ol ' townahip lf9; t*** parts of townahip 110, oitaide ol tbeSionx Half-breed Reservation, of range#. Section* 1 and 3;The fraotions of **ction* 3 and r 10, outsidaof the Sioux Hair breed Reservation; ? sections 11 and 12; the N H and the SW M of *eoI

tion 13; Motion* 14 and 1i; the fraction* ofseotiona 30 and 31, outside of the Sioux Half breed Reser. vation; section 33; the W X of aeotion 33; Mctiona 1 24 and 36; the N >4 and the S W * of **otion 37; lectlOQ 1'8: thd frrfntion* nf o" ?' J ^ ?- ..wwvauuv V* avuviuua 0| OI f OI1U \S?I f outaide of the Sioux Halt br?ed Reaervation; Motion! 33 and 34. of townahip HO: the parts of town , v tp lio outaide of the Sioux Half breed Roeervai ?on. of ranee 10 , ? , # Seotions 9,4.6,8,10,19, and 14; the N }6 of ?eo f tion 18; th? N H of aeotion 24. of townahip 107; the fraationvof aaoCiona 6. 8,10, and 14, outaide of the i Sioux Half-breed Reaervation; aeotiona 18,20, ar.d 22; the fraotiona of aeotion 34, outaide of the Sioux r Half breed Reaervation; aeotiona 36,38,90,32, acd , 94, of townahip 106, of range 11, , Sectiona 2,4, and 6; the N K and the N K of the ? BE ol aeotion 8; aeotiona 10 and 12; the N R X of ( aeotion 14, of township 107; aeotiona 2. 4,6, 8,10, 12. I 14, If,98,?2,94. 96.39.90. ?, and of townah'p H?: , thefraotiona of aaotiona 19,90,71, and 98 outside of the Sioax Hair breed Reaervation; the N X of aeo lion 39; aeotiona 9f> and 32; the fraotiona of aootion 34. outaiadof the Sionx Half-breed Reservation, of township 1"9. of ranee 13. t Heotion 2, and the N X of aeotion 4, of township 1"7; aeotiona 2. 4,6,8,10,12,14,18, 80f 22 24, 36,28, ; 32, and 34, of townahip 108: the fraotiona of aeotiona , 4,5. and6, outaide of the Sionx Half-breed Reaer; vatioo; aeotiona 7 and 8: the fraotiona of aeotiona 9, 10, II, 13, and 14, outaide or the Sioux Half-bread , Reservation; aeotiona IS, 17,18, and 90; the N H of , aeotion XI; aeoUons 92,23,34,96,28,90, 39, and 34, of townahip o? townahip 110, outside ot the Sioux Ha f breed Reservation, of range IS. r The S H of tie SW * of aeotion 98, the 8 X of tha r NfiKi the 8 X of the NWl(, and the 8 X of seo1 tion ? or township 106; sections 2,4.6, 8, 0, '2.14. \ 18,20.22.94. and 36; the N X the N X of the SK *. T and the NX of the SW X of section 28; the N X ot ? aeotion 90, of township 108; eeotioaa 1 to 6, incla , sive: the N X of seotion 7; aeotion 8: the N X of i action 9; seotions 10,11, and 12; the N W ?f i is; Mouona 14,18, at, a, 24. 98,21. *), 32 and 34, of r townehip K#; the pertf townafcip 110, ontaide of th? Sioux Half-bro?d Reservation. of range 14. The 8 K of the N EX, and the 9 * *f teotion 38; the E H. the 9 X of the N W jf, and the 8W %, of , eeetion 34, of towiwhia 106: eactiona 8,4, 8. 8. K 18, 14.18, aoVTB. ?OM the N X, the N X of the srf X, and the N H of iheSW * of eeoton 9* e*ati?na Sand 30, the N X ?f the NE M. and the N X of the W X of aeotion 38. of tovnahip 108; eeetmna 1 to 10, inaTativ*; the N X of aeotion 11; a*otioaa It, 14, 18, 90. 98, 94. 98.2?, *), 32, and 34, of townehip 1?-, the aarta of townehip 110. o?tn4* of the Sioox Half-bread R^eerration.pf ian?e 15 he N H, the N X of Uie SE)*. ?5d the N X of ' the 8 W X of aeotion 8, of townahip 1?7; eeetion* 2, 4. 8. 8.10, 12,14.18. tO. tt. 94. 98.81,9., and St; the N X of aeotioa3t. of n-wnphip 10a; acobone 1 to 12. X and tha NX?' the 8 W X of e?otinn I. of townahip 107; ee?tiona 9,4.8.8, w, 19,14,18. t0,B. 94.9ft. 88,30, St. and 34. of Jownah.elW; eaahoaa llatt, inoluoiro; oeooone 28and129; the N X,of aeotion 29; aeotiona and 94. a* towaahie 10* townahip 110, exoef tie W U?taeeiion ?, of rant er?. Sootiona t. ?-8,1?10. andJp, of towaahlo 1OT; aeotiona t, 4,?, 8.18, li 14,18,?. It 24.28, 98,80 ?, to<J 34, of townehip 108: aaat?on? 1 and 2; the ol eeetion 3; eeetiena i, 8,?, and 18. to l*Tlaa!aMvf:; eactiona 18,98. and rf, haoiari'Ta; the Hot eeetion 9T| aeotiona 98.90. SB. and 84. of towmhle 4 *!? " flMMHhAHBNBAaii * .. _ ? .. i "Tfc. - . ^ . ... I 8eotion* S and IS. of Unrukte JOT; Motion* S. 4, >,10. IS, 14.?, 94.96.31, and tt.oTtowoihipltt: mob?n. ?,4. ?.?, iaT%l?.w. so,**,*, *V i).* and 34. of toTCilui 108; Motion* J. 4. a, 10. It, 14. SO, 2*. 84. *. *. SI. and 34. of townehir 110, of ra?*e ? The 8 * of the S W Itf of Motion St: the S H and N W* of MoUon SO; *muoq St the 8 ? of the N W % and the 8 X of Motion 34, of townaai* 106; the W >k of*eoUon tf. of towr?*hij 106; the W H of eeo uonii imuun iiiui (uwmnip 10.01 r&ngPZl. i The 8> of the N W *. the SVV X, ??d the * X of the SE X of MotMD 18; neUon the 9 S of the N E K, the A k of Umi NW \*nd the 8 S of mo 1 tio 22; the 8 S ol the SW % of eeotion 34; eeot-ons 3b, 33, ?\ 32, ftad St. of towhsbie 106; ee Hons land 4; seouon 6. exoeot the 9 X of the SW J<; the N K X end the fi >? or the Jjw if of eeotion 8; sections 10, 12. and 14. of township lu?; aeotiona 3,4,6, 8,10, 14,14. 18.38, 22 24. 26, 23,30 32. a d 34 ot township 1UW-, eeotioi h 2,4,6,8, 10.12,14,18. 20,22.34 , 36, 38, 3D, 33, *rd 34.of townahip 110, of ranee 22. Th" 4 >* of aeotion 4; eeeuon 8; Motion 10, exoeet the N K of the Nt Xi eeotiona 14. 20,22 24.26 ?, 38, ard 34. of township 106; eeotion* 2 4,6 0, 10, 13, 14,18 30,22 . 34 , 26. and 2j; the N X. the N X ol the Sb H' &nd th" t* %?r *h?9W V,of section 30: the N IfiUk and the N X of the N W \ r*f eection 34, of township 109; eeotion 2; the W X ??f eeotion 3: see tioni 4 to 10, inclusive: eeotiona 13,14,18.2u, 22.24, 36.29.3\ 33. and 94, of township Uo. of rante 23. Section" 2.4 6. 8,10 12.14.18.3l>, 23. ai d 24; the N X. the N X ?1 the SE *, and Um? N *, of the AW V of section 26; eeotion 28; thn NEJ^ut *?ot >>n St. ? townehip 10B; eeotiona 2,4,6,8. 10,12,14,18. 2 \ 22. 24,26. 23, 3). 32, and 34, of township 110, of iai(e 24 Seo'iona 2, 4, IP, 12. and 14; thn S of the N of eeotion 22; the N S and the N X of the 8k X of eeotion 24, ot to wn?hip 100; sections 2.10,13,14, 32. 24, and 26; the K u of eeotion 38; eeotion 34, of township 110, of ranee 3V Seotio- 2, *, b, 8, irt, 13,14,18,30,33,34, SB, SI, "? 32, an-1 34, ot towuattie 1.6; the St M of eeeuon 24; eeotiona 26,28. 32. and 34, of townar.ip UT: seottcna 2 4, and 6: the r. S, ana the N X of t* W X of eeotion *; N X of the S'EX, and the N X of the N W w of eeotion 10, of townsMP 110. of ranae 28. Section 2; the * X of the NEK, the "iX of the N VV X and the S X of section 4; the ?E X of the !?K X ot section f>; arotiena 8,10,13.14,18, *>, 22,24,26, 28,3', 32. and 34, of towrabip lt?; aeouona 3 and 4; the N K. and tiie N X of the SE X of eeoti n 6; the N X or eeotion 10; section 13. exempt the N X of the SE oftownahif 110 of rauce 23. The S .Si <>f th? N E * and th? 8 X of section 13; section* 14, 20. 22,24. 26, 28,30, 32, aod 34, of township 16; the N W ?-cd th"8 X of section 4: ?eo tiona 6 and 8; the hff X of section 10; the N X of section 18, of township l?s>, of ranee 30. The ?f the SE 3%, and the n of the SW X of aeotio" 24; aeotlon Si; the K X, and the AW M "I aeotion aeotiou 34. of townahip let; aeotioaa 2,4, 6, 8. 10,12,14.18. and 20; the N X of eeotion 22; tne N X and the SW X of eeotion 30, of towaabip 1 f; seotiona 18 and 30; section 22, exoept the NKJ^v theN* .If; sections 26, 2s, 30, 32, and 34, of township 109, of range 31. At the Lacd Office at St. Pirn, oommanmogoa Monday, the tifth day of November next, for the diapoaa! of the vacant landa in the ortnnumbtrtd s*eti?ns and part> qf ttr.ltoni, within th* andermer.tion-nl townabipe, whtoh remain to the United State* within aix milei nn ?ach tide of the ra IroaG*, "from St Paul and frorn St. Anthony, via Mmoeapoii*, to the aouthern boundary of the Territory. with a branch. via Faribault to the r.orth line of the State of Iowa," and "from Winona, *ia St. fetert, to a point on the Big Sioux river," ?ubiact. a* required, by law. to a minimum of two dnllars an 1 fifty eenti ptr atrt, Tit? North of tki bat* line and w>t the fifth principal meridian. Town?hip* 1"fl, 1?. and 108. of rang?a 7,8, and 9 Township* lf>6 and 1C7. ot range* in, 11.12. and 13 TownatiipaKC, U-7. and 1'8, of ranees 14, 1ft, and IS ?own*hip* 116 and K*7, of ranee* 17 and 18 ownahip* 106 107, U?, and 110. of ranre 19. Township* 106,107,1' 8,1<?, and 110, of rangea SO and 21. Townahip* l'?. 107, and U8 of ranee 23. Townahipa 106.107,106, and 109. of range 23. Townahip* 106 and 10* of ranee 24. Townahipa 104,109, and lio.of ranee* 25,26,and >7 Townahip* 107, leg, lis, and 110. of ranee 5-t. Townahip* 106, li/7, ICS, top, and 110, of rangea 29, 30, and 31. At the Land OAoe at Chatticld, oommenolBs on Monday, the twenty-ninth day of Ootob?r next, for the diaooaal of the pnb'io lands heretofore unofl-red, situated in the tollowing townahip* and part* oi townahip*, tic: North of th? bast lint and wast ?/" the fifth printipal mtridimn. Section* 2. 4,0.8,10, it, is, 14,18, and *; the S H of aectiou 21; section 22 to 35. inc!u?i ve, of township 101; section 26; the E X of the SK if of section 28; the S X of SK % f aection S2; aeotion 94. ot townahip lw; section 12; th? N H of auction 14; the S % of the 8K * and the s X 0} the 8W w of aectiou 18: the N Hof the N E * and the N X of the r? W jg of aection 20, of townahi* 106, of ranee 8. Seotion* 2. 4,6,8,10, if, 14,18, 20,22. and 24; the 8 X of aeotion 2S: section* 96, 28, and 30. to 3), ice u aive, of townahip >01; the 8 X of the SE * and the 8 X of the 8W la of section in; aeation 12, exoept the fS W X of the N W Af. aeotiona 14, 18, fc>, 22, 24, 26, 28 30, S2, and 34. ol townahip 102; the 8 % of the 8K and S X ol the SW K oraeotion 14; anotiona 3*), 22. and 34; 'he N W X ot aeotion 28; aeotiona 18 and of townahip 1116. of range s Section*2,4. 6, 8,10,12,14, and 18; the 8 X of *ection 19: iMtiom ? 9a ?nh ?c- u \z ? I _ ?, .?i ??? *v? *! * u r% vi ^vuvu 77; aeotiona 98 to 35, inolnaive, of townahip 101; Motion 4, exoBPt the N >4 of the NE J4; Motions 6, it, and 10; the S X of aection 13; Motiona 14, It, 20. 22, 24 , 86, 28. 30, 32, and 34, of township I'#; the 8W X of auction 3"; the i* >4 of the NW %, the SW X, and the 8 X of the 8E 34 o( aeotion 3*\ of townahip 1?3 the 8 34 of aection Sac; the 8 34 of section N; ihe N K *. the N 34 of the N W X. and the N \ of the SK 3% of aeotion 26, townahip 1U6 of ranee 10 Seotiona 9, and 4; the 8 34 of aeotien 5; aeotiona 6 to lo, mo uaive; aeotiona 12 and 14 to 36. inolnaive, of townah.p 101: aeotiona 2,4.6. 6,10, 12.14,16,20, 22,24.26. 26. 30, 32. and 34, oftnwnah p 108. aeotiona 16, and 80; aeotiora 98, exoept the N 34 of the N Klf; aeotiona 86, 88 , 30,32, and 84, of townamp 106. ir, ranee 11. Townahip 101; aeotiona 8. 4,6, 6, 10 18,14. and 16, tha .NW X and the 8 X of section 1?; aecu.n? 2D, 22, 24, and 26; the 8 34 of aeotion 87; aectona 28, to 35, inoluai *e. of townahip 102, the * K of the 8WW of amotion 2. aeoti"na 4 6, 8. and 10; tti9 8 W X and the 8 X of the SE \ of aeotion 12; aeotiona 14, 16, 20,22,24.86 28, 3o. 32, and 34, of township 103; aeotion 18; the W34 and the W Hof the 8E X or see t'on 20; the SW X oi aeotion 28; aeotiona 30, and 32: the W 34 of the SW X of aeotion34, of tovnabip 104, of range 18. Townahip 101^ Motion 2; tha 8W X of aeotion 3; aection 4 to M, ino'.uaiva, 8 W AC of section 11; aeotion 12; the 8 W X of section 13; aeotiona 14, to 95, inoluaive, of townahip 10(; aeotiona 2,4.6. 6,10,12, ?4, and 18; thet N W X and the 8 34 of aeotion isn leot.ona 80 22 , 24,86. and 28; the W X of amotion 29; aeotiona 31, and V, th* SW X of auction S3, section*.of townahip HQ; auctions 8.4,6,6,10,12,14, IB. 2U.22. 84, 86, 28 3", 32. aid 34, of townahip C4|the > vv X and the 8 34 of aeotion 30; aeotion H. except the > X of {h? N t. X, th?S 34 of the 8\V X of aection 34. of townahip f06, of raiif e 16. Township* 101 and 108; aeotion 2; tha SW X of aeotion 3; aeotion 4, to 10, inolnaive; tha W X or the NVVK, and the cX of aeotioa 11; aeotion 12;ih? N VV X and the 8 34 of aection 13, aeotiona 14, to 36, inoluaiv*. of townahip 108; aeotiona 2, 4, 6, 8. 10, 18, 14, and 18; the N W X of aeotion 19; aeotiona 20. S. 24 , 86 86.30. 31.32, and 34, of townahip 104;the YV X of amotion 4; a-o tiona 6, and 8; the N w X and the a 34 of aeotion 10; aeotion 14. oxoopt the N X of the N KAf; aeotiona 18.80, and 22; aeotion 84. except tha N X of the N E X< Mctiona 86,28, 80, 32, and 34, of township lf>6. of rante 14. 8eot oi.a 1 to 6 inoiuaive; aeotiona 8 to 16, inclusive: aeotiona 80 to 3?, inoluaive; aeotiona 32,33,34, and of townahip 103; aeotiona 2,4,6,8,10, and 12; the N W X a* d the 8 X of aeotion 13; aeotion 14; the N K X and the 8 X of aeotion IS; aectiona 16 to j', iiiciumve; mn r, * 01 section 31; Motions Si $$, 54, and 35. of township 1?*4; sections 2. 4, 0, 8, 10,13, 14.18.2?. 22, 24,96,2B, 30,32, and M, ef township I A, of range 15 Sections 3,1,6,8, 10, li, 14,18. 20, 22, 24, 36.28.30? i 82, and 34, of township H I; the fc. & of the ?W V of nwotinn 2; the 8 K "f section 4; sections 8.10,12, M. I 18,22 34,38,2B, 30,32, and 34, of township IK, of range 16. i Section 12; the E X of section 34, of township PI j > the E h of section 2; section 12; the E K ?f section r 14; seotion 24, oi township 102; sections 2,13,14. 34, and 36, of town^h'P l*?, of range 17. The E H of section 14, and the E X of teotion M, of township 106, r-f range 18. 8eotions2,4,6.8,P. 14.18,20. and ?: the W * of seotion 24, sections 26,<JB,3n. SJ. and S4, of township PI; sections 4 6,8. and 10; the W H of seotion 14; sections 18, 3% 22, 3b. 3b,3n. 33, and 34, of township US: the vV K of seotion 4; section?6 and 8; the W \ nf section 10; sections 18. 3?, 22. 23.30. 32, and 34, of town*hip 1*0; the W K of section 18; sections 30 and 32. of tovnship P4 wf range 19. Seotmns 2, 4,6,6. 7. 8.10,12,14. 17.18,19.20, 22,24, 36,28, 3U, 39, 31, and 32; the W H of section 39 sec tion 34. of township 101; sections 2,4,6,7, 8,1Q, 12 and 14; the W H of seotion 17. sections 18,19.3D, 22, 34,36,28,29,30.31,32, and 34, of township l<t;* sea tions 2,4.?. 8,10,12,14.18, SO, 22, 34, 31. 29, 30, ai 9, and 34. or township PS; seciona2 4,6.8,10.12 14, 18,30 22, 24,18, 28, ?, 32, and 34, nf township 1<H: the 5?\v K of seotion 4; the 8 * of the N W k and the RXnT section 6; sections 8,18, 30^ and 2?; the ' W X of seotion 36; sections fg, ft), jfi. and 34, of township 106, of raqgeJO. Townships PI and 108; sections 2 to 12, inclusive; the W H of section 13; sections 14 to 36 inclusive, of township MS; see'ions 2,4,6,8. loTlS, and 14; the N W % and the 8 of seotion 17: sections 18 to 22, moiusire; seotions 34 and 36; the W % of saotion 27; seotiona 26 to 34, inousi ve, of township P4; seo tions 2.4, 6,1, 10,12,14,18. 2',22.24, 36, 38,30,32, and 34 of township U?, of range 21. Townships 101,1?2, and IW; seotio? 2; the 8 W M of seotion 3; sections 4 to 85. inolmi ve, of township 104; sections 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. 12,14.18 30. 23,24, 36, ff. 3>: the 8 K of section 31; seotions 32 and S, of township 106, of range 22. 1 Townships 101,1<B, life and 1Q4, sections ? 4,?. 1. 11.12. jj, ?<} 18i <? X, oieeotion 19: s?otions 2o, 21. 24. *. and Si to fU ,l. nl.. ' . _ . fi wi nn Jb ana ui S X of aection SS, of township 106. of rang* & Townships 101,102,108. aud fo?; saoti'igs 2,4. and 6; the 8 X of aeotioo 7. seouoa I; the 9 X of a?ottoo 9; section 10; a*otiona li and 14 to 35. lnolnsirs, of township 106, of range 24. At th* Land Offioe at CaiTViiLm oomraenomg on Monday, the twelfth day of November next, for the dispoial of the vao&ntlands in th? even numbered sutioms and Parts tf netions, within the uodsr mentioned townships, whioh remain to the United States, within aix miles an e*ah side of the railroads fro? MiuijeasoUi, ^'via FariUau t. to th* north line of th" Stat*o' Iowa,1 "from Winona, via St. Petws, to a point on the Hi* Sioux river." and "from La Crescent, via Target lake, ?p th* valley of Root riv*r,n subject as reqnired by law, to a minimum of two dollar* mmdjflv tottft rm turt, vis: North tf th* bo** Ime mmd west of M fifth principal meridian. Township 106, ?f rang** 4, A, 6, 7, I,9, It, 11,13, IS, 14,16,17,1?, 19. and 10. At th* Land Q?o* at Srjrxis* Cip. oosam*nains unoffsred, situated ia the following townships aad parti of townships, vis: Jforth tf tk* hmto /mss mmd *o*tf tf I ho fourth pruui pal mtruhan. Fractional townships 42,43,44, and 45. of rang* 15 Townships tf, 43. 44, aad 45, of rang* 1CU Townab ipa O and 4t, of rang* 17. Towsahip 42. of range 19. Town?htp* st and u. or rang* 21. 9i?o.ions 1 to II. inaiusive; Motions %> toll. iaolusive: saotions S3, 3\ M, and Sft, of tow as hi a K; townships 34, Ifc.S*, and 37, of lange*. 8eotions2.4,6. 8,10. U, 14,11,?. 9 ? ?,*. aad ft, of towa*h?? *: *eetion* l and ?; ?he K H 'T*eo ion Sj sections 4,8, I ?, If, 14. I*,!*. 22. *4.11 2t, SO, 9, and 34, of township Vt seotions 1 to ?>, inalaaiv*? Mottonaai the N fc of aootioa MOtiou 94 Md MgtteWMkif St; tovMki|i I, M, u4 II, of ?I*:totioB t; tfc? E X. tad U* NWk of |* NE Jg of mmwi ! ; Motion ?t; tM B K of tko E * ofiMtioa 14; U? N E * of tM M E * mo Oo? a4, of tovailiiiS; mm m X. 4. I, I, W. It, 14. wa, st, si, a.TrV Jd jl7 ZwT. hip ?; Mottom I. I S, ud i; tko S h of mo tionr 5; NeUou l a*d I, tbo E K ol iroUoi fc nouum iu.il, ll,IS. tod U; the If K of Mttioi 15 eootiona ?8. J", ud *2, the N H of noiim a< oeotiona M. a. B. ?, S. and of tnwaehia 94; townahip aft. oxn?pt the W H of inimi a; luva akipa a ud ST, of ranee 24 SMtiuiu Up4 4; tke N E *, tke N H of Um NW M, and the N H or tka 8JR M ot aootioa (, the Kl H of a'ouor I: aootiooe 10, U and 14; the V tka fi K of th? *. th#NW * of tka NW *, 4a<l tka K X of Ik* 8W ^ of eostioa Si: a- oti a M; Motion K, exoept the 8 W of lM>w of towuah a a; eootiona *, 4.?.8. IS, U. 14. It, SO. tt. M. a, a, 30, S, and a, of townakit Hi eootiona 1 to IS. in? a ire: tka N > of aociion 17; eoctfona II, a, Si. ?, and 34; the f* X of aootion 25; auction* a a. ?\ Si, and M. of townakip 35; tovuahip a; ftaotioaa: township 43. of ruit 25 Sections S, 4, ?, 10.12.14 It. a. JS. a. u4 a; a; ttk#Wi*Jkott ? -fUe'tt W X, and tka N W fc of tka ffw\ of eoctioa Sj. of townakip 34; aectiuna 1 to 8, inoiviire; a*ct?i>?a 8 and 10; the S S of aeotion 11; eooooae IS. >4, M, 22,H,a,a,?? a, and a. of towaahip a; ta?? ahip S8; fractional township 45, of range a. Soeuena 2,4, ?. 8,10.12. aad U: eoetiua U. exoept th? SW \ of tke K. theN <ke N > of iko 9 W A?. au?l the N % oi tha 8E J* of auction 2 ; eoo bona ?2 and 24; tk? N S of tka N K V of section a, of townakip 54; aootiona 1. *. 4,8, 8.10,12.14.18,88, a, 24. 26,J8, ?> S, and 34, of townakip at aoottoae 1 to 18. iroluaire; aootiona ?to a, I'sluslve; aootions ?0, 32, 34 and 35, of townahia a. townakip 41; motional townahipa 44 and 45, or ranee F. At tk? Land Ofioe at Poxtxabd, oomnooelng on Monday, the fifteenth day of Ootobor next. for tke diapoaalof the publio landa heretofore anol Sod. aitaated in tke fotlowinc towaskipe ud .otional townahipa, tib: North aftki bat* hi?? mnd wit of tkt fourth fml moridimm. Fractional township 61. of ranee L Fractional tovnahip so, and tovaahlp Si, of ^Fractional town ah: pa 3Pard60, of ranc*3 Fractional townahipa a and &0, of ranee 8. Fractional tovnahip ?, ud towcakip a, of rant* * _ . _ . Fractional townahipa 97 and a. of ennire /'motional townahipa 56 and 56. and township a ranee 7. Fractional townahipa 54 and a, aad townakip a, of rufe 8. Friotional townahipa a and 54, and townahlp 56, of ranite 9. Landa appropriated by law for tha nao of ecboola, Indian, military and other purpoaea, will bo as oiuded from the aaloa. The tracu alonf the linoe of tko railroeda will bo uiu, suojeoi u> in# ngni of way, granted by Mt of I 4th August, 1152, for Mid railroad*, and the parti 1 eo tar track* out by the route* wiil be ?c'd a* e.mtaininc the faantitiee reepectivily shown oa the ' official p au, without deduction*. i The offering of the above land* will be eommenoed on the day* appointed, and wilt proeeed la th* order in whieh they are adve;ti**a until the whole shall have been offsred, and the sales thu* olo*ed; hut no tale shall be kept open lo"?er thaa two week*, and no private entry of any of the lands will be admitted an til after the expiration of the two week*. Given under my hand, at the City of Washington, this seventh day of July, anno Lonuw one thousand eight hundred and sizt; James Buchanan. i By the President: Jos. 8. Wilsom. Conuaieaioaer of the Otneml Laad Office. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled to the right of pre-emptioa to any or the lands within the township* aad parte of townships above mentioned, I* required to eetablish the earn* to the eatiafaetion or tne register and reoeiver of the proper land oftee, and maJks paymtMl tktri/or a mcm a* prmttitmbU after IMUI tkt* notice, and before the day appointed (or the commenoement of the publie eale of the land* embracing the traot claimed: otherwiee ruck oiaim Will be forfeited. JO? B.WILSON. Commissioner of tke General Land Oftoa Under the regulation* of the Department, I a* heretofore and now existing, no payment ean be made for advertising aroelamat nas exoept to eneh 6nbli*hera as are amthorittd to eebtiah bf le Commii*lo*?r of the General Laad OAee. jy 1? lawlsw.W DK. J. BOVEE DOD'S IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS, Are now being used from Main* to the Great Salt Lake, ul the nniveraal vardiot of ail who aae them either aa iwudicitu or u a iMHk la that they are anaarpaaod in the world. Dr. Dooa aaed them oooouftulT in hia practice for IS yean before we purchased of him the sole right to maauifcotare ana preeent them for aalo to the eablio. For the oare of Incipient Conaemption, Indlgeetien. Dyepepeia, PUea. Nervona Diaeatea, Female Com plaicU, and all aaaaa reaainng atonia, they are beyond donbt a moot invaluable remedy. Aeide from their medieinal propertiee they are a pare, wholeaome and delightfiii Beverage, producing all the pleaaant exhilarating efleota of Brandy or Wine without their injurioee reaalta. I,et all frieada of humanity and all advocatee of temperance aaalat na in aubetitaing theae valuable Vegetable Bittera for the mineral pvitmu and mdmUmfd Liqutrt with whioh the oovntry la flooded, and thereby affeotaaJy aid in baiuahing Diaeaae and Draaheaeaa from the land. CHARLES WIDDIF1KLD * CO., Froprietora, 7 8 William atreet. New York. J. SCKWARZK. Agent, Waalungton, D. C. DR. J BOVEE POPS' IMPERIAL OIN BlTTERB. For Piaaaiaa of the Kidney a^Bladdar ana Urinary Organa, and eapeoially for Female Obetraetiona, never tail to oare, and are warranted to give aaua **SlH0AkLE8 WIDDIFIELD * COProprietors, 78 Wiiha? at.^ew'Vork, jo7-ly,r Agent. Waahington. P.'c. joy Estitfvss m mnaarAPPLY T^S'REMEDT D p rr% r/*p v?? M??rvivji J! HAJU'Tilf ^_ Fritnd, do yo? Buffer A.r? yoo th* victim of any ol those mmeroas ailments wkioh iin trom impurity of the blood/ What are they, do yoa ukf Rattier a?k. what are *hey not? The blood is the ouros ol lite ud health. and it is the first eiement of oar being to respond to pay ouh whioh fftets th? ajstein. m the pelse infaXibjr attests The ever prevailing N-'ur&.gia, thf lrntadag Eryspa.as, tbs subtle 8or fu a. thx agon.zing Rheumatism, Ner ooa Debility. Dyapopsia, Liver Complaint with tU torpor and dejection, and the Dcmbtrleu ilia Lb at fl?sb is heir to, derive?heir hideous origin from the blood. Deal kindiy then and geutly with tba blood. Us? the vitalising reeouroee of nature for Its aid. and sulfur ua to oommend to your ooafdsnoe ana uh that truly valuable medicament knowa aa MRS M COX'S INDIAN VEGETABLE DECOCTION. With regard to tbia facet Infallible apeoifie aular sentiment baa spokes in decided terms, the evidence# of thta (roat eaoaey are eaetataed by ooustaat avowal* of esrative effects and th* happ.est reeulta from its uee are af'er a:i other remedies and tjie beat meaioai akill have failed. Let ua ear, in conclusion, th*t oertifceataa oures are not sought from th? illiterate and iimtfioial, but they are volunteered from the moat re apeetable aouroea and juatify the highest terms la whioh it ia possible to oommeod ev valuable a specific to pati io approval. We inay add aleo that the ou rati ve propertiee of the nedieiae are e*?a.ied only by its restorative etuots. the ayaUm raoovering from disease wttk renewed oonabtutional vigor. For s*le br all respectable Druggists ia thta oitv. aad by Us proprietor, M R& M. COX, None tenuina unless her namaiabtewa oa the battle and her seal oa the aork ITT* Price AI per bottle, six bottles (or Mi. Wk el unit Atemt. JR. *. T. C18BEL. Drugciat, Georgetown, D C.. Wholesale Agent for the Dts triot. and will supply the trade at my anea* aalt-tr ~~279 mSSSl ** 206 Begs leave to call the ait?ntien of hi a frlaadsand tae publlo generally to fc.s New Store, under WDlard's Hotel, just opaced, ia opnnezion vitk Ua oia sitabiisWant, wiSre he wi.! be kapsylo raaeivaanj orders for superior Coafeotioas efhlsawa ordars for Wbwjts, Suppera, BaUf, aad Private Parties, whioh will be served up la his taiMi?akU ?*w *l ? a*uiw niTiO| viui UIO adinV lTOfliytDMI lad diseatoh wfriea Km hitherto afiow. ? t AWM. T. DOVE * CO. HE ? ? ?rmnxl to umti UJ ortol Vttl Vkioh they np*T be flavored in u>e PLUMBIN6. A# 0|8JEAM FITTING fTT' Store on 9th ilreet, afcv doora aortk e# Pa, tilled, made by the raoet reliable distiller*is Pita ylvaaia, Maryland and Virginia, warranted tare* ttWa?sgffit tEVSHF Branny, fare Hollanjl 8ln, old JajMUea aSJK W, m-a.r. Sd BpelUre that were damaced a little by water la ateamer from.New York, whioh will be eold for half the oaual prio?. BLANCHAED ft MOHUN, | * Coraer 11th 'taad Pa. aV piLOtfE, MEifj, MILL PEED. fee. r Jn?t reoeived oe contu niu?a?? m D^r'or br?D<1 of fr*ah gtwaad Family, .Sff&rffcrsir,taFreah around Cera MeaJ and Mill Peed of all klade _ oon??antly oa aaac^for e*le low ta tote to h*l ? -~">l u- *? MORRIBON * CO? ^a7^^ljfe';L08i?r?a UnrruM Nitl to tu Now York or B<*to? oil alilppISI 275 ^LkEli 275 J AOIION, Pmcma. Arnn, IMvmi 10U1 Mid Uik atraMia j? it f - ? ? a ? 1 < MBDIOIKK. JNPKOT1NE; I* u Si o?, ? A A i* M M f M Mb V Jl B H farmr amd 4?n urMMrffifie ?? TBI HUMAN OONftTCTUTIOM IATU FROM WKM. 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