Newspaper of Evening Star, October 3, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated October 3, 1860 Page 4
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THE BVEWIWHBSTAR. BKILLIANTS . *rri.crio*. Ta k eot of wasted arf>et.oa-a<r<?elion never was i waatrt4: If it ennoh cot the heart of anofher, its water#, retontimr Hack t? tli#Jr efrinica. lite th# raia, eMail fcH them f?II of refrenhment: That which the fountain eheda forth rsturaa to the futtllUkt B Patience - accomplish thy labor: accomplish thy work of aff<-ctioa ' Sorrow and ait^o* are etrouf, and patient ea.luranoe le God.ike. I Lam$M/o?v POETBT. Never dni poear appear t?ii <>< h--?v*r to uie.a* when I m* *11/w it wou pierce through priJe snd fear To ths It ?*s of ooaraett inen ! i thoiuiit. these me:' *ri'l ea'rv here# p>-oi3ptl~cs tht*ir f<? m?r I'fo nhov^. And seraetian* of a finer reverence For beautjr, truth, and leve. {J. K. Lowell. Mbt. a!tcholt AtfAi*?a Yoc>o Ladt Shoots HniKiT ?About half-past six o*cl<?ek on Sunday evenlnjr, a treyic and lamentable occnrrence took piece at Iho residence of Mr Eno^h Griffith, re?idir?)r at 221 West Thirty-sixth str*>et Mr O. has a wife and three children, and recently Josephine Clifton I,vr>e*. a votinir lady >e?rs cf nr*. applied to Mm for protection, a?wl requested p? mltsion to remain temporarily in b!s family Until she cou'd fled another place'of abode. In explanation, Josepbiiie stated that ?h" was so badly treated at how as to render It lwpo?*iMe arid tiuwife f.?r her to remain tber*. Mr tinlfith !f?tened to the appeal, and for th*- ?lr? of humantty allowed the sorrowing girl to rruinln In liia family While Mr. (iritltth and w f? wt-resf iu-d iu th?-ir parlor, on Sunday evening, they were tart'ed by hfarin^ the report of tire *rin* In the room tn<medlately above tb??fii Mr. OritUth ran up stairs and on entering the sleeping apartm-nt of Josephine, d?erov??r?"d her prostrate on the bed. with a revolver aerowt b??r breast. and the k. i 4 - ' m..... A _ * ?a - un?pa giivutiig a wmma ai uir tnr?? Tb? alarm wm Inatontly gl ven and Captain Mr. Kelwef, of tha Twentieth Ward Police, wji quickly on t'je spot Or* Hnr.il* k l'ar?l?-.*. and Carti,?- Inn, were at cnce xuininnrmi and did :J1 !n their f>-w<?r to alleviate lier Buffering*, hut tu?vro'jnd la -<f sucb a ilansfrram nature sa to almcjt preclude tbo poasibllltj of h*r recovery. Josephine wai sWe tr? onverae, and in ai>?\rerto some question* propounded by Capt. McKeLver and others, tat-rt that h-*r father was fooncrly In ^ood circmnatarcea In tbis city, hut misfortune overtook bint and wept away all bia inoporty. Thia had a dish-wteuini? etfot on her mind as well aa each .u?uit>?r of hi* faintly, and froui that time ber home was mad* nnpl^aaant. Her father wi*bed ber to he bad and do hr<d, (so she shtrs.) and flndlnt It Impossible t*> maintain let s. Ifreapect and remain at bonie, sbe sou^h* refuse in the family of Mr. (jrldlth r^e^lng nothing but a lire or roiwrr oeiore tier. jAs^puiu* <tfi*-rniinr?i to die by her own hand, and accordingly aL>ut herself u stated. It > Mid that the father of the victim has brought an action againut Mr. Griffith for kidnapping or abduct'ng hi* daughter, claiming iS.u**) damages, bat JosephlB- |?eremp?orUy deal -? tbat Mr O. had used ?n>* undue influence over b?r in any rrvract Juaephine still remains at tbe bouse of Mi. tirimth, where sbe is exported to live bat a short time. Josephine declares that If she survives her present injuries she will try again.? jV Y- Exprtst, Oct 1. A Fiikch GcaRdsmax's Phids ?A Dijon journal relates tbe following Incident: A hi^h legal functionary on euteriog the pref^rture during the Emperor's stav there, accidentally trod rn tbe foot of n rent garde who stood sentry at the door "I b'-j; your pardon," said tbe magistrate, 4'1 did not intend It." " Do not mention It " mid the soldier, '*1 Ijicw as well as you do that no nan ever treads upon a cent-garde's foot intentionally.^ irr A rait involving the right to fi,0ll0.0M) worth of real aatite. situated in th* heart of Newark, will probiblv ? ? decided at ?h- pre??nt term of the United State* circuit court at Trenton. NJ. The M etboriiat Church Society ia defendant; but the presentault?a t?*t one? la brought againat a merchant named Perry, who baa a building on tb? diaputed property. r*The V?lley Tan, the anti-Mormon paper which waa started at Salt Lake Citv to brard the lion In hladen.ha* been told under execution, and gone into poaacaaion of Hi ram Clawaon, a aon of the church. (pr* tn Taliaferro county, Ga , a man has been ttar/% knnilr^l -1-11 ?J A ? *? 1 - uhiiu cvt uuuara ana B^nirnc?*a IO IQiny days imprisonment for selling one drink of liquor to a negro^7" A itnm wa^on has been constructed at St Peter, Minnesota, to run In the trade between that place and the Indian agencies. A h RBrA LS AT THE HOTELS. NATIONAL HOTEL ?F \V Blake and lady, Pa; VV Robinson and lady. Pa; C H Meanttz, M Franklin. A McFuters. NY; A Ganld and lady. Mia Gardner. ?; L Cheres and farn. SC: Mr Jeffray and lady, S Nicholson, Eng; J B Murray, N T: J Coopef. Md; C Shepherd. l*a; T i'riuce, '1 Miss?-s Vivian, Dr Bord n suit (an, Ala; F Fax on. Mia* Fax*on, Miss Kobbins, H O Briggs and rttus. Maaa. A hurl v and fcm, Ala; J Reede. La; T Adams. N \ ; MS Plumm-?r, Md; J R Hogg, /I 4 XIV". L' r- X?? l? - ? rv v? vw itrcia. i ( n uraru, rs, n rcrcy, t\ i . J S Thomas. L'SN; J Janum. Tn; H Sutton, HLawton. M Cuauolp^* O; B Collins. A Bearh, NV; J MeCu.*. Dr DodLev. Va-. R McKenste, NC; J P tiensnz.J Lambert and lady, NV; C Hay ward, Fla, Capt Douildaon, IS A; A Hill, (ia: A Roger and lady, NJ. hSOWNS' HOTKL ?T Pierce, DC; J Farr, Minn: T J Dickson. D Boyd. Pa; 3 Slowaon, La; C M Benehnd, Pa; T M Dean, l^a; M Ruse, Sid; T P'i b*'.taudiy. J H Washington and ly. Oa; K Faricb. Mlna; J A Holliday, W C Baker, Mo; 8 J Uusm. NC; J T lluwen. C M Brown and ly. Md; Md; L Cberea and fain, 9C; C HiWrt. I.a: H P C-ase, Va. P Brown and ly. Pa; J Forth, T O Heigbton, J Fultour, Lng; F, Peaic and fam. Mtaa f? tieiidea?>n. T \ llandrraon, Miss, 8 R Clowe., va: u rail. *v H Morrow. Tenn; 6 Obtrom aud Iv. U;GL Newell, NY; 8 P L??vi* and faui, Gi; Jtttf.ioa aud fain, N T Juhuaou, Ga; E VV Cliner and !y, Pa. KIKKWOOD HOUSE.?C W Tbomai, l'9A; B G Cuter, E H Ciapp. Va; C WLltworth, NC; J W Park*. V*; Ma/ li McCulioch, Tex; S Putuaui, >Iiw, \V P Week'uam, V?: I>r Johnson, W W Kelly, U8.N; J W Nor cm*, J Brud, Uaa*. OCEAN SfEAMERS? SAILING DAYS y KOH TUB linu bTATll St-.i inert. Lux a. For. Days. fanatic N?w York. ...Havre Oct 6 dinburg ?.New ^ orfc...Liverpool Oct 6 eriia Now York ...Layeroool Oct 10 Armto New York ...Havre Oct 13 (j u?i)W >N?w York ..Liverpool.... Oct 13 Saxonla. New v yrk ?sJ uth&nnpUn.Oot 13 A1 abia... B oeton Liverpool.. .Oct 17 N^w Y?rk.~?.. N*w York ..Bremen Oct27 Buru sua Mew Y?rK .. .Souti<amptou.Nov 1 Vaou ILuuoy* Prince Albert ...Gaiway New York..Sept. 18 Araxo. ? SouU'pton-.New York...Kept. 19 North Briton Liverpool Quebec d*pt 22 Arabia Liverpool....Boston **ept22 Connaiifht.? .Gai tray . New^Vork ..Sept.5 Vanderbilt.._^. ..South'pton.. .New York.. SeptSb C.ol BaJtiinore. .Liverpool. ...New York ..Sept 2ft Nova Sootiau Liverpool. ...Quebec ? Sept2? New York 8ou'l?*pton...rVew York...Oct. 3 Boruein Snutk'pton....N?w York Oct 4 breat Kaetern. ..MiiruHaven.New York Oot 17 Bltou. ,South'oton...New York.. ..Get 17 Miuonia.......Souia'pton...New York....Oct 18 J'hc> Havana mail steamers leave New York on the *d, l.tta, I7tb. and 27tn of each month, and Cbar.eaioR on the 4th and 19th. Tfca Cauforrianuulvto^mtralaav* New York on the?ui %i>d amh of ea^' month. THK UNION WIL'. STANI). nomatter WUU'? fKbSIDKNT! ConaM^uew'iy i hail reinata ta Washington and oont.uu? to varsna in* occupation of ritllfHK, 9IUN aad oRN MfKNTAL PaINTINB. DiM. 11/ in ai: its b ar.oliet. U!iJ (j*iin< p otnpt:j atCtfuJoal to. fainting aa<i Or uainanting CutU|? Kumt'.ura in U?d t>?at ?tf e 1 ai*>, c%l attention to tat Pa.uUu* wf rtoof* and Briak Walla. All ff tu* atxjv* I will <lu a* eb-mp at tha cheapM. I tli?f?r.> a *i>'icit tuep\trona?e of my frianda at?4 fallow eit'.xnja of thj ihatrtot. Punctuality Mrlutfy uWrvJ, anJ wink loo* in tli? lx>?t manmmr. \ uu will pi *a-i irnad roii-- <t?p auJ ?u>p at M. T PaJKKJK.^ I'iulina E?i?l?li?hni?nt, N<?. Z'J ' 6:t " ?.4TTTX?^u?v , north ?id<?, b*twe?ii ath ana 7tli *< . P. ?*.<r.a put np frM ?f *n%rfe, as atnai. jau > > Sm ptANCIS H A K P kVT KAMILY liHOCK&V'AN fcVuKD STORK, furn'Tff Mitt York ar-nu* ami Ttttlk street. K^i-ctfuiil suiuiiU Uio paUouajaof tho?.) ur m?t i? hi w ? ? 01 ?u) ArU'-fo in tiieftbore line. Hif vi'f? jtnoii l<? to pinaaa. a ui bf a ktriet attention to t!iO ?suta of tho public, lie tiopttt to Utorit A their p*tr'>u&fn. THi? i'K?k?x<y.iitiof arurle uiuailjr to D# (uuavi m ? irU-ulA*? tirioery auU KoeJ H*<>re. ?* H W 'I'll K PL.ACK _ . .... ?'OM KSVtMK a C B O O I. BOOKS At tkt I- s' i M?? * A f 1. JNT Y N E'3, " M? lrr AUtv OdJ Foil?w? H*U. I^cra.. m M CwMfflU it. iad P?. ?V. H MA",LTO'' StKB. j * *. and DEALER IN PAINT*. No. Wi ?tu 3tkb*t, wv OM AUmi* prTTvT* DOWN. 0|\ N7. vV riA.NO?, uwui Cluckeria* Jt tk>M< ?3U in store JOHN i>. + .7 ?0<i, UtTMB ?lid UHli JU. ?. i >. - i M .u aaetjon. ft. ft. \9. IS. 14,^#, * . 22,24, 26.28, 30, 32. ?r?i #4, of tinmttai* 117; wodon !, 4.6 8. 10.12.1^ lit *\ 22. 24. as. 26; the N H. ?M Ura N H ?f tha KB >4 ai amotion tD; ;ha N H, MMtH N H ofttaa 8b V of Mctiot M, /(avium* IWi. of runs* *1. ? 0MttoQ? ?, 4,6.1, ?. to, li aiMf M; tha ? H ?t aaatioa 1ft; aftetioaa \t to ?laolaai ? , of towuahia lie; rotiona *, 4,?. 6, 10, U, 14,1ft. 20,?, 24. W^ft. A. ttj aid 34, of towmhia 111; that* H of thagWfc ?n<l aitsraa^iBgggSwft sjiiriix'.'.w?!!awssr* " mo,">" j?MSLimmi; JSSfiSr*J USi v t i > i i '0 i, > , ?i. : ?, ?,s?,'( xt. ana 34, of township 1A?; or f?uKo24. _ 9 faction* 2,4, II, 8,1", ?. 14, and 18: tha 9 K of mo tion 1"; Motion* W. 2J, 24. 2S, 2i, SO, 3i, and 3*. of town?hip 116: the 9 X of the HE and the S >4 of sw K ..f ?otio? 2; tn?9J?of the NE};,the sk of t!ir >< W i4. am! the 9 X of aeoMon 4; the 9 >, of Uie NE V. "?? ? >? or thj N W *. and th-? 9 )i of section *eutiou* 8 and 10; Motion 12, exoept (I * N S of the NE V; aeotion* 14, If. 2?, 22. U. 2fi, jJ. *1. 33. and 34, of townahif IP; the N J* of the N K and the N of the NWk ofaMtiun 2: the W S of the NK J*. and the N *of the N\V V of i~"iiiu4,?I township 'IB; aeetione ?. 4, 6, 8, 1??, 13, U. U, 30. 22,24, 2b. 2rt, *H 32, and 34, of townahip 120, of rat ( 26. t?eeli<HM X, 4,?, 8.10.13, 14,18,19. 80, B, 22, S3. 24. 36, and 27 to 32, mole live, aud aeetian 84, of town hio I it; eeotiona 9 4.6,8. lt?. IS. U, U, 30. S3, Si, *L 2-?, gp. 9, and 34, oi towaahp I*?; tW8 K of the 9K l4. ami the 8 X of tiie 8 W J* of eootion 34. of town* .nip 118; sMtion* 2, 4,6, 8,1?. 13,14, U, *. 83. 24. 26, N H ot*eot?on3e; tne N * of aeotion 34, of township 120, of range 28. _, fcotieM 3. 4, ?JI. in. 13,14, and It; tho 8 K of Motion I*: taction *>; the 8 X of aeotion 2>; Motion Ti\ the 9 X of action 23; aaouoaa 34 to S3, inolntiva, of low a? kip lit; the of the NE %. the 9X of the N W K. art 9 X ofeecttoo 3;*he 9 X of the N E X. the 8S or the N W IT tw- - ?2 -.r ,MO v rm ^ >T w and the H jtfof emotion la; ?eotio?? 14,18,20, 22, ja' vfi sb v ? asid t?t. ui lownthif 117; Motiooi 2, 4 ami " the NX ofth* N E X, and th* N K of ?h. N W X of sootion 12. ot town?hip 119; the SW M oj .action ?: th*?W ii of Motion >; "Mttoas It 4j4 iv Yt?* ?Hufth*?WX?f eotion *;n?U?oi 29. , j?' 32. and M, of tovoshi* m W Hi ntioii* 2,4, 6, 8.l*> 14,18 2n, and 22. th4 N W w ? -motion 24; lo*? ' 2, and V <?f auction 86; ?mJf-ni ? ?! ?nd ?; th? N W a-?i the W * of th# i?W M of icti '.i si, ?f f>wn?hip 1'b; tho M X of th? V K t|,p ?* H of the N\V X- and f"? ? X of Action fo, exospt UiiNW th- N\?fi ^iionl2," *c?i>t Uf N X oftn? NU. ii it/2 24 "6 ?, ?. end S4, of i<??Tj?hip 117, .,'eiwnVi and 4; and th* N X of -eotioni?, of t-wn"ip?? th- * X o Mention t-eMonji 4.6 8.1?. U. I 111 ucbitMi (j) ouiiiun oi (iiO Korl KlPlAy RM6r^S" ti jn, of township 43; section 2; the NE and the NE Ya of the SE of *601100 ?0: Action 12; see lion 14 exoept the vV ?ofth*?W A?; section 34; the E ;? of section 2b, or township 44,of range 31. At :lie I and Gffioe at Fokbist Citt, ooramenein< on Monr.ay, the twenty-second day of Ootober n^xt. for th? disposal of the publio land* heretofore unuf'Ttd, situated in the following township* and parti of townships, viz: Xortk of Ike bau It*.' an<l rent of tkt fifth principal mrriiiiaH, The N W U' and the rt X of section S; the N % of nfiotion H. ol township l'it. of rang* Si. The N W * of th- N E *, the N H ?r the N W *, an ! the H\V >4 of the N \V of section 2; sections 4 ami 6; the N S. and the S\V i, of seotioa 8; the W H of the NE J<[, and the N\Y ^ of seotion l?, of towuehip 116; lots, 1,4, and Vof section 8. lots 2, S, 4 6, and 6, and the SW M of the NKK, the N K M of th? S\V K, *ud the B VV % of the 8 W.\ of eeo lion lit; the 9 K <.f tue NK ? u _ T f I w |T? ?uo *T 7? oi | motion 31; aeotiona I. 2. 3, 4, G and 8; the F. Jfof section 1; aeo'ion* 10 to IS. inslnaive; aectiona >8 sii'i .i>; the K >? of action 21; aeotiona '?t to 2H. inclusive; aeotiona ami 32 to36, moloai ve, of towaab d 41; aeotiona 1,2.3, 4,6 8, and9<to 15. inoluaive; a^oti'ica 16 and 20; the K X of a action 21; aeotiona 22 to 23, luoluaive; aeotiona Si an J 32; the E X of Motion S; aeotiona 3* and 36, of townahip 42; aeotiona t ,2.3 and 4; the K >* of aeofion 5; aeotiona 6, ar.d 8 to 15,1110'uaive; the E K of aeotion 17; aeo tioua l#, and 20 W> 28. inoluaive, the EKof aeotion 29; aectlor.fi 5 , Sad 32 t'> 33, incluiive. of townahip 43; aeotiona t, 2,3,4,3, aud 8 to 15, inoluaive; the K K of auction 17; aootiona 18. and 20 to 28, iuolu8i ve; Keel ions 3). and 32 to 36, inoluaive, of towuahip 44, of rar.*e29. Seotioi.u 2, 1,6. 8,10,12,14,18. 20 . 22.24.26 . 28, 30, V and 31, of townahip 29; aeotiona 8,10,12,13,14,18, 20, a. 24, 2?,23,3", 32 and at, of townahip 4"; aeotiona 2.4.6 8, i?, '2 14, IS 20, 22.24.26, 28,30, 32, and W 1 f towi'ship 41: aeotion* 2, 4, 6, 8.10, 12 14, 18, 20, 22. V4 26, 28, 9', 32 ar d 34. of township 4J; aeotiona 2 4, 6, 8, 10.12.14, 13, 2<>, 22, 24. 26, 28, ?>, 32 and 3t, of townahip 43: aeotiona 2, 4,6,8, >0 12, 14,18,20.22,24, 26 2R 3'. 32 and 34. of townahip 44. of range 9> Section 2. except tho N W of the NW aeo io" 12; the fractiona of aection 14 outaide of the ! F ft Kipley Koaervatioa; aeotiou 24; the fractiona I ? r 4. - rw ' * ' ? - " " I'ls T BHip jo-, ?ccoua i. x, 3 ana 4; the K S of seo tion 5; sections 5, an.i 8 to 15, inclusive; the L)i of section 17; sections IP. and 20 to 28. inclusive: tn? E H of section 29; sections and 3-i the F. K of ne tion 3S; seotioo %4 and 35. of township 37; if 0Mons 1 to IK. inclusive; the E H of section 19; sections 2U to 3?. irolauve; sections Si to 36, inclusive, of townsh p 38; towns'" ir? 39, 4.'! and 41.?. f ran*e 2? 8?ctioni2, 4,6. 8. H>, 12.14,18,*?.22,24,26and 58; 1 tin NH -f the NK V tf.eSK^of theNE K.and the N t. of t'?e SH ^ of section 30; the NE 3tf. the N E Sf of the NWV and the N hi of the ?*E of section 32; seotion 34 of township 38; sections 2- 4. 5, 8. 10. 12, 14 18 2n, 22, <4. 28. 28,3D, 32 and 31 of | township T7; sections 1, 2. 4./, 8,10,12, 14,18. 20.22, 1 24. 36, in, 3', 32 and 34, of township 38; seotio s 1,2. ' 3, and 4; the E % of section 5; sections 6, and 8 to ! '5, inclusive: s^c ions 18 and 20; the E HofseoOon 2;, s< ctum 22 to 26 inclusive; the E k of section I 27; sectiJDt 28,3>>, 32 and W: the E X of seotion 35. I of luVnthisAt: tnwnthm HI ?> ?" - ?>? **T " i Section* 2. 4. G. 8, 10. 12.14. 1J 20. 2J. 24. 38.28. and ' T; section 38. except the S of the S\V section J 34, of township 121; section* 1 to6, inclusive; too I tioni 8 to 14. iaclutivs; the E S of section 15; sections 18,20,22.24,26,28. 30. 32. and 34, of township IS; townships 123 and 124 of rar.Ke%. i Seoti ns 2 an<i 4; the N X, the SE 3^, and the N H ' o^ the j\V \ of section 6; the N >$, and the SK of section 8; nation* 1 > 12. and 14; tne NE %. and t' e N % of the NW of section 22; section 24; the N S of th? NE \ of sootion 28, of township >21; sectior.s 2, 4,6, 8, 10. 12. 14,18,80, 22. 24 26. 28,30, 32, and 34. of township 123; sections 1 to 6, inclusive; sections ? to 15, inolusive; seotiona it, 20, ar.d 32 to 36, in alusive; section* 28,30. 32, aud 34, of township 123; township 124, of range 37. ! Motions 2 4 6. (5, 10, 12, and 14; the N X of the 1 N K of sec'ion 18; sections 22, 24, and 26, of township 122: the E H of section 1; sections 2. 4, 6, 8, 10, <2.14. la. 20.22. 24. 2B, 28, 3 >, 32. and 34, of township 123; sections 1 to 18, inclusive; sections 20 to 28, ino UHive; sections 90,32, 34, and 35, of township 124, of range 38. At the Land Office at 8t Cloud, commsnoine on ' Monday, the twenty- nir.th day of October next, j for th* disposal of th? public lands heretofore ?*of'Trd situated in the following townships and parti of townships, viz: North of tk* bate Itn* and west af thfovTtkprineipal meridian. Sectiou 2 and 12, cf towrship 34; sections 2- 4,6, ! 8.10. U. 14, 18,20, 22,24,26.28 and 3i. of township 35; sections 1, 2,3,4,6. 8, and >0; the N % of seotion 11; ! sections 12, 14, 8, 30, 22, 24. H>; 28, So. 32 arid 34, of 2? it b? I**, Mt 13. 30, ?2,24, 26, 23, 30, 32, ami 34, (if township 121; section* i to 12. inola ive; th?N of section 13; section 14; the N X of 30*ion 15; th? N of aeotion 17; sections It. 2<>. 22, ?4, 2b. 28. 30,33, and 34, of township 122; townships and 124. of ranee 32. I Sections 2, 4,6, 8, !<>, 12,14,18. 20. 22. 24,26,23.30, : S2, and 34. of township 121; seotions 1 to 12, lrolu sive; the N H of seotion 13; section 14; the N X of paction 15; the N >? (>f seotion 17; sections 18, 20, 2.', 24. 28, 28. 3>. 32 and 34. of township 122; townships 123and 124. of ranges). Sections 2 4 6, 3,10, 12. 14. 18, 20, 22. 24, ?, 28 , 30, 32, and 34. of township 121; sections 1 to 18, inclusive; sections 20, 23, 24. 23, ?. 30, 3?. and 754, of township 122; townships lis and 124, of range 34. Sections 2. 4, 6, 8.10, 12, 14.18, ?, 22, 24, 2b, 28, 30, 32, and 34, of towm-hip 121; sections 1 to 24, inoln sive; s?H3tions 26. 2?, 23. 3 >, 32, and 34. of township 1 JS: ti^wnihifft 1*3 a.nil 19,1 r* " s^otlo'na 2 4.?. 8, to, 12,14, 18. 2?, 22, 24,26, T9, ?, 3!, and 34. of townnliip 121; sections 1 to V?, inciu *ive; goo-i'in* :??, 32, and 34. of township 122; arc tions 2.4,5, r., 7, and 8; th* W of *eotiont*; se.i tion* lo, 12, (li. I 14; tbe \V S ??f section IS stations 17 to 22, inclusive; sections 24 and 2fit<>35. muliiaiv?, of township l?S; sections 2,4. and 6; the VV \ of section?; 8. 1?J, 12. 14. !3. 10. 2n, 24 ?>j, a-Hl 2K; *>,? \V % of section 29; twtiont 52, and 34, (if to?n' tiip 124: ?ectiorj? 2 4. 6, H, 10, 12, 14, 18. 20, 22. *4, 26. and 30; the W Y% of Miction St; auctions rt2 and F4. of township 123; sections 2 4,6. K, in, 12, 14, 18, 20. 22, 24, 3G, 28 TO, SJ, lad 31, of towtRhip 12i'-; section* 4. B. and 8; the N W and th?" 3 of ?cation l<>; the ftW % of the NW and Ji W of section 14; section* 18, 20, and 22; the ?W of section'24; sections 26. 28, an, 32, and 34, of u.onship 127; sections6, 8,13, an ' 20; the W% of rclion 28: amotions S> and 32, of township 128, of rani* 30?-ections 2. 4, b. 8,10,12. 14, 18 2<?. 22, 24. 26, 28. 3), 32, and 34. of township 121; seoMon* I to 18. inclusive; sections 2" and 22; the N M of scction 23; aeoti'>ns 22. 26, 28 30, 32. and 34, of township 122; townships 123, 12k and 12f>: seotjona V, 4, 6, 6.7, H, *?, 10, 12, and 14; the \V ol section 15; section* 17 to 22. inoluaive; seotiona 24 and 26 to 3.5, inclusive, of township ICR; sect.ons 2. 4. fl 8,10,12.14. and 1ft; the \V Sof section If; sections 20,23,24,26.2J 30,31,32, Mid o4, of towui>hip 127; sect oua 2, 4,6, 8,10. 12. 14. 18, 3n. 22,24,26,28, 30, 32. and 34, of township 123, of ranee 31. 54, oi 1 > wri?iup . mo o 7| ui ino nrj *4, IflB 3 M 01 th" NW * {. end the ?H"lww ion>i; aeetion 33, of township 122, ?f range 36 ??otion* i. 4.6.8,10.12, 14. IS, 20. 33, 34, 2o. 3, 3*. 33, and 94, oftowaship 131; sections*. 8, 13. M, 22. 36. 2*, 9*. 32. S4, of towr?bi9 132, of rang- *7. Section* 3. 4. 6 8,10, 13. 14, 13,30,32, 34,36.38 *>. 53, and M. of township ill; sections 3. 4.6,8.10. :2,14, 18. 30,S2. 31,25. 2B,?. 33, and 34. of township 122: the 9 j*. and the NW of (co'um 6; section d; the WK of the 9 WJ( of section 14, sections 13, ?t,and 33; the \V fc of the SVV hi ot section 34; Motions 36, SB, 30. 32 and "A. oi towbkhip .23, of ranee 38. Sector.* 3 4,6,8,10, 13, 14, 18,30,32,24.36.28.30, 32, and St, I.f township 131; amotion* 3,4 6,7.8,10, 12,14.17,18,19,30, 21. 22,34,36 37,28,29, SO, S3, and 54, of township 132; section* 3. 4, 6, 8, 10,1i, 14. 18, ?t 22,21,3fi 28. .m, 32, nnd St. of township 123; sec tioiM 4.6, a, ana 10; ?h* W H of section 14; ihouodi l'(. 3D,22. 3t">, St, #' 32, ai.d 34, of townshtD lit; t-ection< 4, 6, and J; the '1IW and ths W H of ths [ S\V % of section 10; sections 18. and air the VV of | of th*s N W.'< and the W\? of toe SW of paction 22; seoti-n* .st,'*>. and 32; the WX ofth-? ShJf.and I the W X of *ecti->n 34, of township 125; the fS ?f the N K th? N W *. anil the ** X of seotiou 6; the \V Hoi me N VV ami the Sw ? < of section * sections 18,2o, 23,30, 32, and 34, of township 120, of rs.nirn W ??ilm????? ?? . by the rrbais^^^f the united In punuance of law, I, jixn bcciuxax, prwident of the L" nit?d tftat*? or A ^ riMtdo hereb* < ? ? o'*ra and make known thai, public tale* will be held ai th* un<iern eutu>ne>t l.nn i (>fices in the Stato of j Mtxxb?ota, at the period* hereinafter designated, ; to wit: At the Land Oflioe at St. Ciocd,oommeactnx , on Moa>tay. ths fiiWrth oat ofOstnher nex'. for th?d'.npobai '-fthe publiclands heretoforeunofirr.-U sitjatnl in the following townahipa aud parta of , t>wnahipe. via: I A urik uf tht base lint and icttt vtMfifth principal mtrimmn. Th? "W franfinaal H of the SW V of section 20; the SW and the W H o? the SK J* of ?eotion W: Motion* 3" aud S2; th* M X of the Nh^, th* 8 X of the N W If, and the 8 X of Motion 34. of to vu?Aip 121, of rar?r? 2V Sections 4,6.8,10,14, !3. ?\ 22. 34,28,?, ?. 32, ami . i* * ~ PI . .? U IV A( ?L? 4Tt> i / 4t . .> ' r hip 117; the 9 X of Motion II; Metiona 80 ar.d 22 the ? H of tM N W *. ? the 9 * of Motion 84, sections86.8l,9?,32. ud??, of tovuski* lit; Motion* 8, 4,o. t, 10, and 18; tho N % of Motion 14, of toWMkip Wi.'.f rtwejs. TownMip 116; MOtiona 8.4,6, 8. W. 12.14,18. 82,84 88, SB, and 90 U> 35 inclusive. of township 117: tM * X of tM 8WM, and tho J* X of th- 8E X of aeotiou S; tho s X or tM N ti X, tho B^of the fc W X,and the 8 X;'! section 14; aeetlona 18. 20. 28. 84, '*>, S8.3n.32. and 34. of township 1'8; sections 2,4, ?.nd 6: th? N Xof sect on R; th? M U tk< ,t U?e SW J(, and th. N * of the ?K * of .ectlou 1* section 12, of townahip 130, of ran^e an .,16.Lmotion? 8. 4,6. 8. H>. 12 14,18, 20, 22. ??. and 36 to 86, inolvstve, of Urwnahip 117: the SW \ of Ue 8E and the 8 % ?f the 5W K of wef mi 4 the9w\ of the Nb>;, the NW S of the N W l(, the 8 * of the N W & aud theVj, of Mtiooj5; MtfOD i; ration lo. except the Nti X ?f s * oriooU^n 12; eeotions 14.18, of t?)wn?hip 118; mk> Hon r. the N >4 of notion 4, of tovoihip 130. of range SI. . XeTn,ihi* 1,6; 2.4.6. 8.10,12.14, *t4 18 tft IS llrt liaiVN Af tnvnaha I > ^ ,/v^_ n ? ? we,_ .hw.mps . V| \? vvr ? unuiv II'i "WWIII 2| ? 10 12,14,18,20.22,24. 26, S8,iJ,3i. and 31, of township 111, of rang* 32 . . tWnobip 116; aeotiona 2.4. ?, 8,10,12,14, and 18; tlw9 M of seotioi' 19; action 20: tb? 3 V* of aeotioa 21; MOtiouS; lh? 8 >4 of section 23; sections 24 to SS inclusive, ol township H7; sf>otions 2, 4. 6. .10.12, 14.18. if*. 22, 24.96,28, SO, 32, Ud 34, o( to wnship 11>, of r?n<o 93. Townahip 116; amotion# 2.4. 6,8, 1<?, 12 14,18,20, 22.24.25. and 36; the j* S ol section 27; a etiona28. and to SS, incluMV*. of township 117: section 2j th* 9 Hof tM 8F. M of pecUon 4; the ? % of the Nfc W. th* 9 )i of thfl N W ^4, and tna S X of aeotion ?; sections lrt. 12.14. 18.?.22. 24. 2fi. 2R. . ?-!? ?.! si. of townshio II*: the N H of section 4; Motion 6, of township 1JH.of ranee 34. SecUon* 2, 4. fc.tt, 10. U, 14, 13. *J.22. 24.K. SB, M<l 3-1; the S >{ of motion SI; scot ion 32; the S >? o( s;?o tion 33; stotion h4; th?!*>4<)f section 3S. of township 117; th* X of the 5<K of section l2;?<*ctioi? 14; ?bo S Y, of the N K the 8 * of the N W U, and the J? >? of section IS: sections 2".22,C4,36,8k, an, 31. *ntf 34, of township 118; action* 2.4.0 and 8; the N K. the N X oftheSW Ji.a#d the N K of the 8K ?? ot section io; lot No. 2,of soot on 12. oi township 120. of range :*6. Sections 2,4.6, 8, 10,12,14,18, V> 22. i4. 2? SP.'and 9) to SS, inclusive, of township 117; the 8 J? of the NW V, aud the S X of section 8: that*,?<?f the N K M. the 8 H of the NW *?.acd the** H of section 14; section* 18, 20, 22, 24. ?8, 30, 32, ;vnd 34. ol town*hi? 118; etion 2; the N J*, the N h of tlie HVV *4, and the N X of U?e HK >?, of section 4; the N X of tlio NR *4. ar.d lots No. 4 *ud ft <>f mc'Ioii hi; section 12. except lot No. I, of township 12'*, of range SC. The H\V X of the NW V and tnaS of section 2; section* 4, 6, 8, 10, 12. 14 18, 20. 22. 24, ^6, 28, *>. 3 4 *i.d 3<. of township 118: the 8w ot the N K '4. the KK l4 and the \V H ol section 3?>; seotinn'J<; the 8 H of the SW \ ol section 34, of township 11*, vi ati^u >J< At the I.and Office at Qkndzd?un, commencing on ^nnday, the fifteenth <iat of October ueil, for the disposal of th? public lauds heretof'irew??a/F''r?i/. situated in the following townships and parts .of townships, vis: North of tkt bast, lime an-1?rest uf Ik* fifth principal mtrHton. The oarts of townvhips lit aud 113, outside of tho Sioux Halt-bread Keiiervation, of range 14. The parts of townships 1< I and Hit, uuiside of the Sioux Half Ureod Reservation, of range 15. Townships 111 and 112,of ranee 16. Sections 1, 2, 3 4, 6,8, and 10, to is, inclusive; sections 18 and 20; ttie K }? of section 21; section* 22 to 2*. inclusive; sections 30 and 32. to 3S is elusive, of township 111; sections I and 2; the K >? of section 3; secuo s4.6.8, and 10 to 15, inc naive: seetiona 18. 20, and 22. to 28. inclusive: sections 30, a, 34, a::d 35. of townsnip 112, of range 17. Sections 2. 4. ?, 8.10, 12, 14, 18, 20,22 24 :? . 28, 3\ 32. and 34, oftownship 111; sootion* 2 and 4; th< K }* or section 6; sext ons 8. 1C, IS, a-J 14; the K K ot section 13; sections 2<>. 22, V4 26 28, 30, 3.' and ;**, of township 112; sections 2 and 4; the K % of section 6; .sections 8.10.12. and 14, the K H ot section IK; Actions 2^>, 22. ?4, 26 and 28; the K >? of sec'i <u 30; sections 32 and 34, of township 113, ot range 13. The K H of section 12; s?utions 24,2*. and 34, of township 111. of range 19. wl. tw ix ? ' ? * * - ? - -? - - i no ?* Bwi'Mi u, "i lownsuip 112; Iti0 W H of section U; th* W X of section 13: tha \V X of auction 9i,of township 113; the W X of the N W f, and the W % of the f?W \ of lecioi 18; tfc" \V H of the NW j*. and W X o| the SW ^ of aection y?. oftownship 114, of ranged. rteotiona 4.6,8,1*. and 30, of townalip 111; s<m; tions 2, 4.6,8, iO.'S, U. 18, 20. and 22; the *V X of action 24: tiie N X aid the 8\V hi of section ai; sections ?8, SO, 33. and 34. of township 112; sectiona *, 4, 6. 8. 10, 12. 14. 18, 30. 22 . 24, 26, 2?. 30, S2. at.d 34, of town?bip 113; the SX of the 8K V and the P X of the^WMof motion 1"; tt-eSH-'f the NhX. the HXof theNW X, and the SXofaectioa IX Mctiom 14. 18. 30. 22 , 24, 26, 28, ?>, 32, aud 34. of township 114, of range 21 Motions 2. 4, 6. 8.10,12,14,18. 20,22, 24. 2?, 28, 30 32, and 34. ol towuahip 111; amotions 2 4 0, 8.10, 12, 1?, U. 20, 2?. 24. 28, 2d, *0, 32, and 34, of townahip 112; aeotinna 8./.J. 8t 10,12, 14. I8: 20, 22, 24, 96 2H, f>', 32, ana 01 -lownanip l is: Motion l 0; t i e S S or seo'ion 12; seotion 14; the E % and the Is. >4 of the S\V X of seotion 30; wtiona 22. 24. 36, and 28: the S X ol tn?* SE X of seotion 3>; ?ections32 and 34, of township 114. of ranre 23 Action 2; the E K and the ? VV \ of action 3 sections 4, 6, 8,9, and in: the \V S, of section ! ; sections 12,14,15,18. SO, 21.22, 24. and 46: the W X of section 27; sections 28.29. and 3 ; the E X of ?<w tion 31; sections32, 33, and 34. of township 111: section* 2, 4. 6, 8.10,12. 14 18. 2?. 22. 24 . 26, 28, 30 , 32. and 34. oftown?hip 11*; the E X oftne SB X of section 2; the 9E X of tho SK X of secti .n lOss'ajtiotiH '2 and 14: the $X oftheNF X. the $E 3^ of the NW X, and tne 8 X of suction * ; sections 22, 24,26 , 28, 9i,3'. and 34. of township U3 of range 20. Sections 2 and 4: the FT X of section 6; section* 8, 10 12 and 14: the X, the E X of the !N VV X- and the E X of the 9W >? of section 18; seoUoiisJi. 22 . 24, 26 28 30,32and S4,of township 112: the S X of the SW X. and the ?E X of atction 36: the SE X of section 32: and section 34. of townsnip U3; th? N X, the 8W X? and the \V X of the SE X of scotion 4; sections 8, 8, 18, 20, and 3', of towi?sh:p 115, of ran|e24 ^ __ _ i no rs 7k oi in* m \v * oi section 2; the ft K, and the N X of the 8W V of section 4, seotion fl of township 114; sections 2,4, 6, d, 10, .2.14. 18, 29, 22, 24. 26. 24, 9". 32 and 34,of township US, of ran** 25 The W X of section 6, of township 113; sections 2 4 6," and 10; the N X. the N >? of the SVV and the N X of the SF. M "1 seoUon i2; tiio \ X of ?he NE K, and the NW As of section 14; sections 18\nd 2 ; tne W X of the N W X of section 22; the N X of the N W X of seotion 28: section 30; the W X of th? NW X or seot on 32 of township U4; sections 2, 4, 6,8.10. 12,14,18. >0, 22, 24, 26,28,30,32 and 34. of township 115, of ranee 26 Sections 2.4.6. 8.10, 12,14.18, 20, and 22; the W X of the N W X or section 24; th? W X of tn? \ K X. and the W X o| section 2?; ??otioiis 28, ?>, 32 and 34. of township'12; section* 2. 4. 6 8, In *2,14, 18,20,22,24, 26, 28, S),S2 and 34. of township liS; sec tions 2. 4, 6. 8,10, 12,14,18,2 , 22,24. 26. 28, 91. and 34,of township 114; sections 1 to 1". inclusive; the N Hand 8W\nf section 11; seotion* 12 and 14, the VV X ?>f section IS; sections 17,18,19. 20. 22, 24. 26, 28 and 9*; the NWJK of section 31; sections 32 and 34, of township 115. of range 27. Sections 2, 4, 6, 6, 7. 8, 10, 12. 14.17, l>, '9.20, 22, 24, 26, and 28; the W X of section 24; st ctiorc* S , si, 32, and 34. of township 112; seotions 2 and 4 to 10, inclusive; sections 12,14, and 17. to 22 inclusive; seotions 24 26, and 23, to 34. inolusivo, of townsli>p 113; the W X of section 1; sections 2 to 12, inolu iye;?xouona 14 to ? inolnaive; a*otiona 24 ami 26; the K X of the NW K. the NW * of the N\V and lota 1,2. axil 3, of section 27; a/>ctione 28 to 34, inc.uaive, of townehiplU; township 115, of range A. Townahipa ill, 112, in, 114, and 11*. of range 2), Townahipa 111, 112.113.114, and 115, of ranee JO. Townatiipi 113, US, 114, and 115. of range 31. At the Land Office at tfx. Prrnt. cominenoing <>n Monlay, the twenty-arcond day of October next, for thediaaoaal of the public landa heretofore in offirid. situated in the following townahipa and parte of townahipa, m: Sertk the ban litu and tout of tht fifth principal meridian. Sections 4.6, and 6; the N % and the 8W H of MAtinn - ?a <w? -a ? - * " _wV.wm ?wj11<>u0 Of iot #Ti J'i ?St BtTlG 3W, OI township 109; 1*6 pan??f township 110, oetside of the Sioux Half-breed Reservation, of range 9. Sections 1 and 2; the Irsotions of emotions 3 and 10, outside of the Hioux Half bree?4 Reservation; eotioii* 11 and 12; the N H and the 8W \ of eectien 13; seottons 14 and 15; the fractious of sections an and 21, outmdo of the Sioux Half breed Reser vation; soction 29; the W >4 of section 23; sections 24 and 26; the N H and the 8W X of section 71; goction M: 'he tractions of eectione 29,31, and Si, outside <>( me Sioux Ualf breed Reservation; emotions S3 aed of township the parts of town a tip 1 to outside of the Sioux aalf breed Reeervalon, of rsnu? 10 Sections 2.4,0,8,10,12, acd M; the N >4 of e*o ttnn 18; ths N X of section 24, of township I07; the fraetinne of eeotions 6. 8, ! >, and 14. outaide er the Sioux Half breed Reservation; eeotions 18,2n, and 22; the fractions of eeotiou 24, outside of the Sionx &!f breed Reservation; sections 26,28, so, 32, aud St^of township 108, of ranee 11. actions Z? 4, and 6; the N H and the N J* of the 8K M ol section H; sections lo and 12; the NB K or section 14. of townshis l<?; sections 2. 4.8. 8,1".12, 14,18.2ft. ti, 24. ?, 28, SO. 82. and 84, oftownihM. \>?. the fraction, of sections 19,2", 27, and ? out?He of the Sioa* Half br*?d Reservation; t?.e NSofjM tion 29; aeotiouiS'and 82; the fractions of section M ontai4<t of the Sioux Half-hreed ResJivation, uftownshipl"9, of ran re 12. Section /, and the N X of aeotion 4, of township 1 7; seotions 2 4,?, 8, lu, 42,14. rt, 2", 22 24. 2S. 2X ? , 38, and 34, of towaehip 1..8; the fractions of sections 4.5 and6, emUide of the Sioux Half br*>d Kenervation; sections 7 and 8: the fractions of sections 9, lr il. 13, and 14, outside of the Sioux Ha!f-1>r??ed Resorption; sections 1%. '7,1*. and au; the N X of eeotiou 21; section? 22, $i. 24,26,28.30, aud 64, of townxhip I09i the part* of township 110, oatside of Nf; i', the 8 X pf th? N VV ig, and the 8 X of tec tionSl of township 106; sections 2, 4.6. 8, 0. '3L 14. and 2G; the N X th? N * of the w __ _ I *y? or me ?W \ of aeottou~23; the N Si of I gaetion ??* township 1<?; Motinnil1 to6. ??'?. iij u of aection 7; taction 8: the N X or I-iuon" sections to, II, and 12;the N Y, of aeotion ? 28.28. ?>. 32, and 34, of [oWaSrif M* ffca'partaof lown?hlplW. ou'*{^? iSrSmtix Half-breed Reservation. of ranae 14, i of the NR K, ??d th? 8 H ?f seouoa 32;. tJ"5 S*tR 8H of t& NW K, an3 the 8\V tf. of I iliXtion it of township 106; eectionsS, 4.8.8. KJ2, ' TTla 2u M and 24; the N K, the N )5 of the 9K %, L4J thi' NKof ihe ?W M of seot on ?; section? }?and?. theN H?* tM*. and the I* X ?ffh* V w W of section 32. of townahip lt?4 B*?ti<>n*l to !a iuTntliw the N K of eectxnn lit s?*ctioua 12,14, i ia *1 it ft as t*. *' & and 34. of town?h:p ' tl'e ^ru oV KiB" - -* ... Ui u>* 310M th. n x or ItofiVTX ifiSatiofi?, TtownlitVw. MetioMS, V?s ?J ?. 12. U*,B ,w'K*2J? 2? a-s'' Md ?; tfc? N ^ofrntwiM. of ?own?hi# 1<U section* 1 to If. ineio.ire; the N *of moUobi W|iwottat ffc tho N H of option IB: "i"' ? ft' ml *nd tt.ftf townsNp i<?; townthip 110, of *ange 16. hip ItfT; Hctioni 2^4*l???lw? 14treTjfii8?H? igtiom kiU en- ?*f towc?i?i? l#n t?vn?tap lift ?xc?d: the W W ?f Motion 7. of range If. gto'ions f. 4. , i. W. W. ?* tnwiufcio 1W; ti^i 4.VM5I?.H.U.? a *,*.* *) 3.Md 34, oi town*rip W?; nuti"" I ?; th*E H of Mtion S: iMtioM 4,6,B, *n?1 10. to 14, incloMve; SSfofcVm&MNt1 ,/. aiiAi- . w ?? ' ', J* Fraotional t?w?akiM <2.43, 44. and ?, of range 15 Tovnabipa42,43.44,aM4ft,ofraaxei?. Towna>.E<| and 44.of ,.' 1 Towaahip 43, of ranee 1*. Towa?hip? St and 4l. ?J mat* ?. Saotiona 1 to ll. iiMuiT*; aactiona 20 to ia. olaaira; ceetiooa *>, S>, 34, and 36, of Wtvaahia S3townBhiM?.35,38,ao<fr,of^iuak ' beouona 2, 4. 8,1?, 12, U. It. 2), 23. *4.9S.*, and s^gate rffsriB^ ?% & in, i{ sjasri-Ai'sii 4-4 1*44 & > J 74 .? !?'*( i- I uuuvi iunuuuuw4 )uwninipi, vntcR remain to th? United Statea, within tlx milee on each aid* of the rauroada fro-x Minnoapolii, "via Pan baa't, to the north line of the State o' Iowa,' "from Winona, via St. Petera. to a point on the BU Sioux river " and "from La Creaoent, via Tarcet lake. ?p the va!ley of Root river,** subject aa required by law, to a minimum of ttoo dollars andA/tf eenit-per atre, rlx: North of the has* line tndwexl of the Afth principal Townehip 10ft, of ran tot 4,5,8,7,1.9,1A, U, 12, IS, 14.16,17, M, 19. and Ml At (he Land Ofiee at Sviniii Ctrr. oomraenoing en Monday, the twenty-e?v>nd day of October next, for the diapoeal of tiie pabhe lands heretofore unoffored, eitoated ia the followiag towaahipa ami parte of towashipa, nil North ftf tht hose lint and toest tf the fourth prinoi pal meridian. i,: aootinni a 10 ino u?i re.ot townahlp IN; aeo tlon* 2.4, 6,8, 10,12,14,19. *\t2.J4,W, 28,*>,a2, and j4 of towuenlp 1?5, of ran<?71. Townshipa lftl, 1??, and 1<0; ectio-' 2; the SW V of aeotion 3; aectiona4 to 3"? ino!n = i ve, oftown*lii|? 104; aeotiotia 2,4.6,8. 10.12,14.18 ??. i2. 24. X. Zi. a t; the S >, of aeotion 31; aeotiuna 32 and ft, of towrnhip 105, of ranr* 22. Township* 101, ire, 1-3. and 104. aeoMona 2 4, 6. t. in, 12. 14. and IB. th-> S >4 of aeotion 19: eeotiooa2*, 22.34 2*. and <a to at inolaaive; the N \V \ and tM S )6 of action 89. of townahip 106. of rana" 23. Town?liipa 101,102, 1<3, arid t?4; aecti naS 4 and 6; the 8 >t of aootion 7. ana ion 8; the ?,l? of aeotion 9; aectiun 10; aeotiona 12 and 14 to 35. inclusive, of townalitp 1>6, of range 24. At the Land Offioe at Chatttild, commecoina on Monday, the twelfth day of Noveinbar naxt, for the dtapoaal of the vacant landa in the even mm tiered sftion* and parts te/tion*, withm the u Ll * ' * v-wnauif nu, HID ? 7? t>l irsiinil 1?) MO(l9lll 3?and 32, of township M4 i<T >an*o 19. Seotiona <i. 4.5,6, 7. 8. H?, 12, U. 17. 18, 11, ?, 22,84, 26,28, 2D,?, 31, ai.u 32; the W of ??otiou 33. wo tion 34. of township 101; Motion* 2. 4,6,7, 8,10, 12 and 14: the W H of Motion 17. Motion* 18,19. *',82, 24,26, 28.29,30. 31, 32, and ??. of tovuahip 1< t; MO turns 2,4,?. 8.10,12, 14,18, *>, 22, S4. 28, 28. 30,31 32, and 54. of town?hip 103. mo ioua2 4,6,8,10,12 14, 18, 20 , 22, 24, 96, 28, SO, 32, and 34, of townahip 104} the M of Motion 4; the 8 X of the N W \ and the M w of Motion 6; aeotioua 8,18, 90, and 23; the W K of a notion 2b; Motion# M, ?i, 32. and 84, of 1 township 106, of ran??9> Townships l?l and 108; aectiona 2 to 12, melnahre; the W H of section 13; sections 14 to 34 inoiusive, of township 103; seo ions 2,4,6,8. lo, 12, and 14; the N W ^ and the 8 H of aeotion 17: emotions It U> 22, inou?ire; sections24 and26; the \V v, ?f dcmb Sect on* 1 to 6 inclusive; amotion* 8 to 18, mclugive: *eotion? ??to S>, iiiolaeive; eeotmna 33, 33, J4, And 35. <>f i)iwukhi|i 1??; aectiona 2,4, 6. 8, Hi, and 12; the N W W aid the S K of eeoii n 13; ?ecu<?" U; the N K V &nd til* S >? of Motion 15; aeotiona 18 to 3?, inc:u*ive; tl.e K H of aeotiouSl; Motion* Si, 33. 34. ami a?, of tovuslug 1*4; aeutioim 2, 4. 6. 8. li?, 12, 14,18, 2i, <2, 24,26,28,9), 32, and 34, of townghip 1"6, of range15 Section! 2, 4, 6,8. 10, 12,14,18,30, 33, 34,36. *3, 30. 32, and tH. ot townnhip l'i; the E ,l? of the SW of section 2; the S K of aeotioa 4; geotiona 8,10,12, 14. 18,2', 22 24,23,23.30,32, and 34, of townanip H?, of ranee Insertion 12; the E K of aeotion 24, of townahip fit the E >4 of cotton 2; seotion 12; the B \ of eecti<>n 14; seotion 24, o! townahip lf"2; ae^ttona 3,12,14, 24, and 36, of township KS, of range 17 The E >4 of nection 14, and the E % of Motion 24, of townah'p 1<V5, of range 18. Seotiong 2. 4,6,8,10,14,18,30, and 22; the W X of action H, tectioiia 26, 28, 3?, 32, a'"* 34, of tovuahip 1'1; aaotiona 4 6, 8, and In; the \Y .V, of aectioo 14, eeotioua 18, 2), 22, 36, 28,3>. 32. aud 34, of township lu2: the w >? of aeotion 4; geotmnafi and 8; the W V, of section 10; aeotion* IS 3-', 22 28 30. 32, and I qj Hi"- *1- *" ?' - r ? ^ ^ Wiivii* O Oi U, | )4, and 18; tii<4 N W A? and the 8 )? ui section i n sections 20 22, 24,36, ami 28; th? W % of amotion 29; amotions 31, an<l S?;the 9W i? <>i section 3J. ?otion34.of township !<8; sections2.4,6,8. in,12.14, 18, 2",22. 24, 2>>, * ', 32. ai d 34, of township 04, the \ W V ainJ the 8 X of section ??; section 32. exoept the IS X of tn? Nr. X, the 8 * of the 8W * of*ection 34. of township 105. of range >S. Townships I'M and 1'C; s?ctiou 2; the 8W Sj of section *r-ction4 to 10, inclusive; the W S ? ! the NW'V. ar.d tiie WK of sectios 11; section 12; "he N Wjj aud the 8 X of *eotion 13, s-ctions 14, to incluhi v", of Township 103; sections 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, U, 14, and 13; the N\V of houtiou 19; sootio"s it, 22, 24,26 2!. 3". S1.S2. and 34, of township li>4;th- W >4 of ? -otion 4; sections 6, aud 8; the N VV Jfc and the ? H of section 10; emotion 14 exoept the N V% of the N V Ks'. sections IB. 2*>, and 22: section 24, except the N" y,i of the N K ' ?; section* 36,28, 90, 32, and 34t of township 1*5. of ranee 14. cauu ?>* ?>i %\* mummy I,lO, UI r&nf es? I Sections 2,4,6, ?, 1", '2, 14, and 18; the 3 X of amotion 19; sections xo. 22. 24, and 36; the J* X i.i auction *7; seotwns -8 to SS.inolusive, of to wr,snip I01;se?tion 4, except the N X of the NE K; sectioiss6, ?, an>1 10; the 3 >4 of section 12; sections 14, 18, 20. 22. 24, 23. 28, 30, SJ, and 34, of township 102; tr>? 8\V \ of s etion JO: the 8 X ofthe NW the 8VV Jf, and the 8 X of the 8E X of section 1^. of township li-3 th* SJtnf section 2w: the 8 Ji of section M: the NK *. the N X of the NW ii. and the N X oftne 8 K X of section A, township 106 of ranee lo Sections?, and 4; the 8 X of seotion 5; sections 6 to ]<>, ino'nKivr; sections 12 and 14 to 35. inclusive, of townsh p 101; sections 2,4,6, 8,10, 12.14,18,10, ll, 24, 2b 28 SO, 32, and 94. of townsh p 102. sec'ior.s 18, ai.d 2?: seotions W. exoept the N X ofthe Nfr'X; sections 26, 28, 3?,32, and S4, of townsbip 108. o". ra;.se 11. Townah'p 101; seotions 2 4, 6, 8, 10.12,14. and 18. the NW t and t)i? ^ K of section 1"?; seoti *ns JO, ?2,24. and 26; the 8 X or seotion 27; s*ct <>ns 28, to 35, inclusive, of township 102 the ? X oftheSW V of section 2. sections 4 6,8. and 10; the 8W X and t\e S X of the 8K \ of seotion 12; scotions 14, If*, 20,22.24.26 28, 3\32, and 34, of township 1P8;?eotinn 1?; the W X aca the W X ofthe SK X ofseo t on 2ij; the SW X ?* Motion 28; seotions S>, a d 32; the W X of the 8W X of seotion 31, of township l'*, of ranee 12. Township 101; seotion 2; the 8W X of section S; section 4 to lo, inolusive, 8W ^ ofi^tmn 11; seotion 12; the 8 W X o 1 section I*; feotioi s 14, fo S5, lIIrt!!1 mv? tit tiiwimlir" Ifw- '* row.isoipa u?. K7. l<w, and 109. or ranc* 23. Townships l(t>and l(W,of range24. Townships 103, H9. anil 110, i f ran??8 2S.36, and 27 Townships l<rr, ir?, KS. and no, of rauso 24. Townships iOb, 107, loe, 1(*?, and 110, of rangaa 29, 30, &n?l 31. At the Land OAm it Chatfiblp, commencins on Monday, the twenty-ninth day of October next, fr>r thediseosal of the public lands heretofore unrfiVed, situated in the following townships and parts of townships, via: North of (At ba.u lint and wst of the fifth principal meridian. Sections 2,4,6. ft, 10,12,13,14,18, and 2n; the 8 >% of eeetior. 21: seotion 22 to 35, inclusive, of township l"l; section 26; the E H of tne S*K hi of section 28; the 8 % of SK *' -f section 32; section 94. of townsnip lub; soctiou 12; the N Sof aeotmn U; tho 5* H i'f the 8fc. \ and the of the SW K i f aeotnv | 13: the N >. of the N K K and the N ot the N W * I of seotion 20, of townithip i05, of ran^e 8. (Sections 2, 4 6, ft, 10,12,14.18, ao, 22. and 21; the 8 H of seotion 25; sections 2b, 28. and 3?. to 3>, men sive, of township <01; the 8 K of the SK Kaud the 8 X of the 8W % of section In; sestion .2, except the *W * of the N W *. section. 14. 18. 2". 22, 24, 28. 3J.s5, and 34, ol township 1<?; the 8 % of the Sfc % and 8 H ol the 8\V \ or seotion 14; sootions 30,22, and 24; the NW^of aection 28; seotiona 18 n/) ?!> l;- t. r roads, "from St Paul anil froin St. Anthony, via M nimtapoliH, to ttiK southern Umin.iarj of ilia Territory. with a branch. tia Fanlmult to the north line of tne State of Iowa," and "from WiaoM, via St. Vetera, to a point on the Big Siou* n?*r," mhi*3t. an required, by law, to a minimum of iwo dollars nndfijt* cent* ptratre, via : North of the bate line and itett of tkejlfik print ipal meridian. Townships ine. 1*17. and 108, of rang?? 7,8. and 9. Township* 1(16 and lift, ot ranges 10,11.12. and 13 Towusiiip* H?, l<7, and 18, of raa*<?s u, 15, and 1C Townships 108 aud l-O. of ranges 17 and 18 Townahips 106 1"7, n 8, aud lfo, of r*uc ? i9. Tovrn??iiipg liti, 107,1 a,1'9, and 110, of range* 30 and 21. Townships l'fl 107, and 1*8 of rangr 22. towns mp ] **: Motion 2; the W \ of Munos 3: seo tions 4 to 10, nio.usive; Motions 12,14, U. 20.22, <4, 26, 28.3', 32. and 34, of township 1IU. of range 23. ?<Httun? 2,4. 6. 8, Id 12.14. 18.2", S3, a.d 24; the N >?. the N >4 *f the SE *, aud the N 7i of the 3 W \ of aooti' n 28: section 8?; the NE X of sect on 30, ol towntMp 10P: Motions 2,4,6,8. 10,12,14,18. ?\ 22. 24. a-. 28. 31. 32. and 34, of township 110, of ian?e 24 Suc'ions 2.4. IP, 12, and 14; the n X of ta* pT? ' At of section 22; the N X and the N ?? of the Ph K of section 44, ol township 109; sections 2.10,12,14, 22, 24, and X; the K ,V? of section 23; section 34, of tfwn?hip 110, of range2v Sec*io s 2, *. t?, 8, H>, 12.14,18,50.22.24, 2R,M,3\ 32, Ati'1 !M. of t >wnship 1"6; th* !*K *, < f section 2?; sections as. 28, 3?, and :J4,ot township 1<>7: snctious 2 4. and t>: the i* j, ano the N >* of J?W of s.*otion 8; N % ot th- ME V and the N S ol ihe N W A, of sactiou lu, of tuwnanip HO, of raute 2d. Section 2; the * X of th* S 1. X. th? 5? of the N W A4 and tho 8 X ol section 4; i he ?*K \ o? ths SK Of section 6: sections 8,10.12, 14.18. 20,25. 24,2fi, 2t,and '54, oi township 10b; sections Sand 4; the N .'*,and tiie N X of the 3K }? ol section*,; the N >? >' section 10; section 12, exc-pt the N >? ot the SK X, oftowt'ship 11", of ratfie ??. Th.? 8 of thi N F. aid th* S ,*? of a?otior. 12, section" 1?, 2", 22,21,2G, 23,30, t2, a.id :tt, o! town ship 1 6; the NVV \ ?rnl tti^s h <?f section 4; ?ec li;.ns C and 8; the ts\V Y% of secttou 10: the N,S?l aetion 18,of township IT", of ranre?>. Thd ** ii ->f the SK and the 5 S of th*?\V \," of section 24; section a>; the K >i, and the *VV X t section ;>2; settlor. 3?. of township H*i; sections 2, 4, 6,8. to. 12, II, 19, and 20-, the tf of action 22; the N li an<! tlu? J*w o< section of township I Bfoti"ii6 18 and 2"; section 22. except the NK l;o theN^'Sf; sections 2ii, 2?, 30, 32, and 34, of town ship HO, of ranee 31. At the Latid Offic*at St. I *tkr. oomrnMicirir on Monday, the tilth day of November next. for th* disposal of the vacant lands in th* ere* numbered sections and parts of section*, within ths Undermentioned townships, which remain t<> the limud Status Within si* miles nn ???h ?K? r? i_ a HW ill* a Ul KMUUD Jl, OI lOWT>*tliP H*>i W* VV >, of section IS, of townahip 106; the W >? of section 6; otion 18, of township lft, orrante21. _ Th- SX of the NW K.the?W *, and the** oftbt SK ^ of aectiea 18: Motion 2"; theS* H of the NRK,tlMi?Sof thtftW ^.nndtheS ?fc of ?ee tio tf, the 3 >h o< the 8W J* of amotion 24; taction* *>. 23,31, 32, Mid 34. of towi.abip H6; tionaiatid 4; i#ou?i C, exospt the S \ of the?\V )?; the Pit. A? anJ the N )? of the N W ^ of aection 8; eeMtone lu, 12, and 14, of townahip 1<W; seotioDa 2,4, C. 8,10, 12.14.18,23,22 24,2r?2S,S> 32. a d 34 ot township tOt; a^tiona 2,4.6,8. 10.12,14,18, 20.22.34 3G, 28, su, 32. 34. or toviiahip 11?, of range 22. Th-?H % of accttoa 4; aeouon 8; aeotu.n 10, except the N X of theNK M: *<?otiona 14, 20,22. 24.26.??. 3i. and :.4. of township 106; seotiona 2 4,6.8. 10,12, U, 13. 20,22 24, 2G. and 2?; the N K. the M H ot the S?L -V, and the N S of the?W Ji. of aectioa 33; the NK and th? N >4 of the N* *nf ecotion 34. of 9 . W % ?T *OWMki? W; MOtlOtl* t, ?, &'?#34 rfiSttXTffPP"?? and 34^towwikl? lfe; Motion* f, . 10. IS, 14, *>, ki??L -* of theSW 3K Of Motion 28; lh* + X MJ^ NWtfof Mtioi?; Met ton 83; the ;> >* of U. ,N W *>RK.Urfftf WW V of Mctio* 4, ? .*** of*?io? 10; aeouoa 1* the K K?f the Nt * ofeaetioo 14; th?NKJ|(>ftMNK^?i9M MCU n" Si.*-6" v ,n? 1J? 14. 13.JB, t2, 24. as, ?. J\ 32. and $4. r>f totra hip 33; n?sboni l.1, j, ? tlM K H? mo n 1 55 r?Uo?? ? and * the K * or MKina ?; yjctiOD. 1*. .1, 11. IV juS 14; tlM a *<f MUM 15, sMiions it. So, ud tti the N k cl eaotio* tt aeotioni 24. 96. 2?, ?>, 3?*. rt .4 Vt,.r\ki? M; Hiy""'l'P H or Moiiou SI; townships 36 and 37, of range 34 J'SSfEW V Jif&P,*' ** N H ?f the NW N H of the ?F. \ ol moUod 8: the NK M o' a/otioi- : aeetiooa 10.12. and 14; ti? V K the E >.of the NWM,tt. the N W i'.^d Uie is H o< tb? SW V or Mstioa 2:, cti a *. n< tion 25, except the h *V K ifthe^VY i? oftownah f 38; Motion* *, 4 6.8.10, 11.14,18.2'. 2a 14 2fl, 28, 33, and Si, of townahip 34; Mt>ou I to 15. ln? i?e; the N S of wouob 17; aeotioca 18,*?, 2i 23, at.d 24; the h S of Motion * <; eeetiona 38 SB. a*, %i. and M. of U>wn?kip 3>; tovaahip K, fraetiot.al towntkip 43. of iU(e 25 ??ct;ona 2.4,6,8 10,12.14.18, *>,22.24. MJ 26; the N X. Hi* N X of the!*E *. and the N H of the 9W \ or wctiori 21; the N K * the K K of tlM? If Wln.and the N W \ of the N W V of eeetioa ??. ot uwnahip 34; eeotiona 1 >o 6. iietuavc; i?otiof-? 8 and 10; the N '* of atotion 11; ee?U?na 18. <4. U, 2f. 22, 24,ifi, 23.3',32, and 34. of tovnshif 35; tore hip 36; fraction*! tovr.alup 45, of ra-<e J*. 3eo*.i?n* 2, 4, 6.8,10,12, and 14 section 18. exempt the ?1V \ i.i th" .-W K; th? N VIM N <? tfca BW V- au" N ol the SE \ of auction 8 ; aaa tiona ti uud 24: the \ i. nf th? ? ?.' v 1 of toWaahip !H; ectiuii* I.*, 4 C, ?. 10, ia, 14. U.SU, 21. S4. 36, at. 3i. S2, and 34, of tovuahip S5; itoUuoi lt>U i clu?ive; *f?ti >o* to ?>, lt.?lu?ivo; amotion* Sf, 12, ,H (ii d :?s. of towimhip 3B; townahip 41; fractional tovnahipa 44 and 45, of rang a 7*. At the Lard Office at Pout- ant>, ecrtiraeneinc on Monday, thofHWnlh dny of Ihttobw aoxt, I t tt># riiapoial of la* pat>i>? and* h*r?U>fore ami ferod. ai tuat?<l in tho fxiioviii lown?<iipa aad fractiou&i townahi pa, via: Nurik 4f Ike bast Imw and we*r of thtjomrth rrtmet pai mirtdian. Fractional tovauhipbi,of rant* 1. Fractional township 60, and towsahip 61. of range 2 Fractional towE*hip? ? ard ? , of raneeS Fractional t?-vnal.ipa 5? and s9. of rante4. Fractional tovaaLip X, and towxauip 3?. ?f rante 5 Fractional U>vn?hipa 5? and 5R of lanjce 6 Fractional townah; ps 55 aud 5b. and tovnakip 51 Fractional townahips 54 and 55, and township 56, of range 8. Fractional townships &> and S4, aud township of range 9. I,aud a appropriated hv law for I lie use of schools, Indian, military and ..taer purposes, wi.l be oi oiuded fr-.m the uuea. Tr.f tract* along the iin?a of th? railroads will be sold, subject to the right of wa;, ft ianted by act of 4th August 1RS2, for said railroads, and the particular traoks out by the routes will be aold aa conUiniuc th* ?|uauUtina r<**peott vely show a on the otticiai p aUT without deductions. The offrfiin* of the above landa will be oomtnenoed on thed?ys appointed, and will arooeed la the ord<r in whieb they are advetised until the whole ahall have been offered, and the sales >hus oloied:but nosaleshail be kept open looser tbaa t?" wwki. and no private entry or an? of tbe land* will ba alimtted anlil alter the txpi.aiion of th? two week* Given under my hand, at the City of Washington, tli < a seventh da? of July, ann<> Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty James buchanan. By the President: * t _ ?S ast 4 OB. 9. vr IL?<V>'. Commit* f?>ner of the General Land Office. NOTICE TO PRE-KMPTION CLAIMANTS. F.veryDwson entitled to the right of pre 'uipti<>n to any of the lands within the township* an ' parts of t-wofchipa above mt-nt i<>ne.l, ia required to * tabliah the nme to the satisfaction of tlie refliter and receivor of the proper land office, and ma let paymmt tker'for a< soon *f practicable aflrr <mm| tki* nittitr, and before the day appointed for the commencement of the public aale of tlie landa embracing the traot claimed: otherwise such claim will be forfeited. JOS 8. WILSON. Commiaaioner of the Ranani I AnH nim Kote.?Under the weulnuons of the Department, as heretofore and now ex.?tin*. no payment oau be made for a-lvertiau.* prociatnat ?ni exoept to such Gubliahera aa are speetaHy authorized U> publiab Uf is Commissioner of the General Land Oflloe. jy 18 law"?w.W DR. J. bOVKE DUi)'8 IMPERIAL WINS BITTERS, Are now being aaed from Maine to the breal Halt Lake, af i the out versa! verdiot of ail who ? them either ac aaiaiiriaa or a* a btverqf*. la that th?y are uaaui>aaad m the world. Dr. Dods used them anooeMiaita m hia practice for ? years before we purohased claim the^aole right to mauafaotare and present tLcm for ealo to the pub:io. For the oure of iiiutpient Conaa&<eUon, Inuiiestou. Dyapepaia. Piles. Nervous Diseases, Female Com plainta, and all oases reauinng a tonio, th??y are beSond doubt a moat mvaiuable remedy, A aide from ;eir mediuinal prcp*rtiee they are a pare, wholesome anil delightful Beverage, prodwcing all the ploasant exiiileratiuz effects of Brandy or Wine without their injurioua results. I.et all frieada af humanity and all advocates of temperaaoe aaaiat ?is in eubatituinc theee valuable Vegetable Bittera or the mineral and (ulwlteranJ Ltfor$ with whioh the oovntry la flooded, and thereby affeotna.Iy aid in han.ahms iiiimm uwi Iron the Jjuid. WMhiufton, D. C. For Diaaaaea of the Kidney a^iadder and Urinary ( rears, and especially for F?mal* Obstructions, SmjMo 10 0nrS'an *** w*rrmnt*d * > ?iT* satis CRARLES WIDDIFIELD * CO.. Proprietors, T8 William st., N?v Vork, . ,, J. 8CHWARZE, JeT ly.r Agent. Washington.D. C. JOY Fj?R THE SICK AND SUFFERING. LET ALL WHO ARE AFFLICTED APPLY rJiE^kEMEDY REJOICE )VHEALTH. r riend, do you ?ntf r? Are you the victim of any of those numerous silmeuts which auu irom i??sunty of the blood.' What are they, do yon aak' Ritnerask, vhatars tker not.' 1 he blood > gouroe of nie and health. and it I* the hrnt e.eu.ent of oar hoi lc to retina to auy oau?e which *4Tecta th* ayatem, as the pulae infallibly attovU The ever prevfti,iiiK N-arairia. the irritating F.rya pe aa.th# subtln Scroll la. tlio agonizing Rhaaisatiain, N?rvoun Debility. Dyapepeia, LivarCiMaplamt with ita torpor and dejection, ar.d the butnberleaa Ula that ?oah la rif? 1 r to, derive -.heir hideooa origin from the lood. Deal kir.dly tar * and gently with the Ul< od. L'?? the vitalizing re? urow of nature for ita aid. and auifer us to oommead to your oonidenoe and use that truly vaiuabl* niediaameut known aa mhs u. corf INDIAy 7snsTABLE uKCQCTION. With regard to Uaa alm?at infaJliMe ?e r.f.o popular aOTitisrent haa apoken in d-oided tsiata, and the evidenoea of thia er?at efficacy are taatained by oonntant Rvi?wr.'? of ouralive ed'acU and th" happieiU reauita from iu us* are altar all othar roui'diea and tiie best ma-uoal skill have faiied. Let u? aav.in oonoliuion, th*t oarti&catea cnrori are not sought from the i..iterate and aurerfiaial, but they are volunteered from the in vat ra peotable %ourcea &ii1 justify tne hirhest terms in whioh it la poa6it)le to ?omm?nd ao valuable a apnoiii? to pab io approval. We may a<ldaJeo that the curative pioperuaaofthe in~4iciae are equalled only by ila re?torati ve elfrctarthe ayat ui recover in^ from disease with renewed oojistitunonal vigor. .VI ?" UI mi rrrptn'OUIB 1>[U(C1IU ID Utll oity, end bj tf?e proprietor, MRl*. li. COX. >on? renuine unless t?r nam* ie k.awn on tlie botte ft.iia her seat on tho oork Inr Hrie.* $ 1 p*>r Ixitu?, six bottles for &. iPioUiaU Jt'Ht. R. ?. T. C1S6KL. Druggist, Georgetown, I) C., wholesale Arett for the Ih? trio?, and wt'l supply tho trade at m; prices, an I* tr_ 4>70 T. I'OTKNTINI, Ad t J ixroiTM or ?w\' Pa.Avs., FOK(]fUN PRL'ITB. Pi.Ava, ft. 10 4-lliitl*. OOXFCCTtONb. Willmri'i kut$L PATKH, MIRSERVKS, OONlMMKNTO, *?., B?f * Inn to oall th?ati??uti?ii of li t fnenes ant tke public c*n?rail/ to ta's New tkore, actlttr wilaa? HoLei, just ut ocpuoatuu vilii hi* l eutAb.iNumoat. where lie wi.i be bant to reKivoaar orders tor superior CouieoUoiis of hlsava - - Ainjir.i uraci* rur innocrii DftliltiQC Private Partiea, wliion vrtli beaerved up lb Li* icimii&bio ?t*la, with the tuna prooiptnaaa and 41* MAfth wb rh t>? ha* Mtl.?M.> iliiivn rw> * A MM W M. T. DOVK k. CO. KK Now prepared to exeeate aty ordera with Which the* may be favored ta tJt? PLUMBING. ? A8 OJ< ^KTfcAM FITTING in* Store on 9th atreet, a few doora north of Pa. avenun, where maybe found a oouaiet* aaaortinaui of CHAN DEW fifes and other GAS, STKAM WATkh KIXTnHKf. ia/t r? DUKE OLD RVK WHISKY.-On hand aevera F hr?nd> of Pore Old Rye Whlfky, Copper Dia tilled, made by the moat reliable dutillen in PennM|m..a W: 1 . I.' T J ' iimiiuw Mr*, AIm. Iiup'iitad Krandica, ilMMM, Otanl, i)^i, * Co.. JhIm kohftss. Jlc. Am, P??ok aitJ Apple Bt*a4r. ?nr? UollZS Gin. o'.i JawakTjtfK Croix Rom, and Wibm of evart variety, all ui tandard bracli. A oh<)io? lot of cinrt and Totaooo. VOfNO * KKPHarV. AmS*. a? M-ly <* *? K hMtv feh and Mk PLOU*. MBAL MILL FEED. *e. r Jut reaeivwl ou oonait nmortm^:n?UiKV??" ?bbl?. No. 1 Ryoilo , ' Fr"h'rr"Xi Corn Meal and Mill F?td of all kind* oouatantly on hnuJ, for uala low in loU to muL *"? <" P. L. MORRI-ON k co ALE! XXALKANDXXXALB!! . * (* Mrafl Uki r&Jtl WitolAAOiM A 1a in tiiii ait* ii to bo obtfioed at the WABHTCefoJl BllKW RRY. tmi Ale u made from malt and ko?? oaly and cannot fai! toctye eitrre ?e.ti?faot*oa loeo? "BTS w&S%12iS?u??=W3??5. 275 A l L ? H 275 JACKSON. P L A 8 T X RR A ? PlXKA. AVUVIt amie Agency rm w jswtrvc* uj t vtvmpw. ik Order, ni alao beInatth# <dt<?e of Adtmi* fa)T?W COWWT. WMtltftn*. O. O fa H>tlf G000 ?ni"*Ii(luw), IT^T^MNSBjk * "i**! I ^ Li MOT* . AVmkKfn wm Mm ? ?U* M ?**?v *! JPP^1 plNFPIANO^B H ||' 4 '' .IWIIJll M Mt^^')|Jw ^^fPvV with lufiwi MarbU in bio*k ur a?.? at t*? n? r*Uufr ll<kMl(l^ *>' rk,?Ml am wornm*OMJII L*rioa. A Wo, mm **r>4, * lar?e Mrp T " r?miwHU>M,Wfttbt*I Ayr B*i.? ax J P...hH*?C Puttj itNtr YO'k pno?a. Knoo?r??* tfe* ariaa; it Vi I k? an ao?n?attion to th? eilj. ' A1MX. I'THtRPuftO fiwir StMw Mmr+U <tmi lb turn Mm IVrtm, Pk. a v., our. Tbrt ?otk ?l, _%m a %m }\KMkLmtfa. l?- P WH OAS FIXTURES. K Hit* ta aaora, u4 v*?U f rtNinw, tfM FlITl'KBSo(m*r*y Nmw I'MUmt . u?J 0?MM and FiaMh, HMnor is H? le U a*-> Li< kdidMf* of?r*d in tkia mark*. \V invito eitisuua aiM lj to oali ud imuiid war atock of (!? au^Fala* Fixtur**, e >ul.<Vnt UuUvt Kara Uttpfcatf ??Iwct?d stock in WaaaiMtoa. All Work in tk?at*v? hMHtfnMtad MMM *?U a* ymwpllf tttriid to. ^? wi-tf i.ii.uiut. ?.E?*n i.Mifeflt. * fiORfeV-t'"* KHINKHAKI, a* WMtori niONKER STEAM MAR HLK- AN1> BUOW* t BTOffK WOKK* Til* iuUci ib?r 6e?s l#ave to tularin th* cit "Maa of Wa>hiuft >n, H*or|*to?ii and Alexandria iSM h* has a4*?<l to fci* !?>?( **tarhnh?d baatijeaa the auxliisn of iUmmi tunr br mswirc sm Makfattanas Marin* and grown 8toiw w ork in ?Cr v%rtouaU?ii?tnHi, Has) I* .>iauia.s, Tain* kiU nt?i<t stand Tops, Tii*. Mimui'it.?!?. Toiab akd Mea t Stoi???s, Hi a >?. Wiittlow t.mt* ?. Mil*. W?m aiivi P atlnrnu. Hsvinf a lar(*stook onta'tv* Mari>i* ?a N<*cl ,twm krM Kami* *? th* :ovw rs i^. In f?H>la ot.rudout oJ belli* aW* to frrmsk MarMto Work as Inv as it oaa !? purchased in New York, Philadalahia. or Ha.timer*, The ?ra.ia Mianliari JAMBS A- r.VANt*, T.oket Aiaat, ma M-tr Corcor Sixth u. uc Pi. mi 1^H? 8TKAMKK JAU. ?UV Will rnn? M 1 tri*a on T LJt-r^[> A V, jRat of February 11?*> wU * ?*<* WASH IMGTOm ?rw7 TUKfDAY r r 11M T, at > oUhjI a- w.. Al.KX AN URI A thaJf Mat* o'clock, for <'t KKIOMAN MV iw luf'inMkM* IAU'liufs. (In her return trijBi a!* will leareOyKRlOW every WK1>N?H>A Y Uu SATl>Ri)A\ , at ; u'olnwt a. b.. LUCIAN ?. PAtfK. PP.,rW NATH'L BOUWH. A it. Alexandria. Til |^EW YORK AN 1> W H J N tiTCQl ^or^^tRY WPhpfeffiy 'tLl o'mook p. in., and New V??rk far WM tafton a/ar* Satardar, atS o'oiock p. m. PMK'hWW aan join the ahip at A luutlrit Uaaj lima l.eh.ra Ike kour of Ut? at-^u?r'? 4?parture. If. B.?(a toe event of tlo ?teanieri u.aL. .19 to eryaa the bar la a^UMefaoeuflov water, al. j au will ba prompt!t Ucktwati to and from the al 11 mm by tti? 11 hd^rt(t(OM. Fat fr*irKt at mm ** RRiala Ia H"ES=!iT Kllie U.S. lAM atd ADAMS' bXPHHM MowtlnNt* Lin*. StokeU can he obUmW at ttf AtittU WMUrO o?. e?.rner of ?ixth street and P?LLt)milir enae, to thefoilc^nnt point* l.rtkc'ifeerg, liuntul, Kaosv.lle. Atai.ta, CwmaiNM/ca. fluaWTilie. Jutubo;., Mime, k**ilvilw jkilvc. coiuc,t'u?, fn* THROUGH TICKETS TV THE VARIOUS VIRGINIA SPRINGS. n^OmilbiM ud Wtcau leave the ottoeat6a.ni. uti 6 p.m. amma Trtini for the Aoathweet. Oftoo?fuDiisf iTMua avenue, oorner of Putt tt. UMlfll CIKUD TMBOVWI TO OUIU*. LrMkbvi r>si Mftnifiui tai m tinatol 16 ft' Kt\mjktm. m. m Knox nil# jo<v Mioob 9 ? Chattanooga...?... St un Colurnbtia s; B Dm ton MontcoffHT* mm HudUtiIi* .37no 1 via N??tliiUi p Grand JuuoUou V) \*D.j nft.tr. Juno .CI Naaiivllle , 2ft Mt \ via Moko.. 46 THIS ROUTE 18 ENTIRELY BY RAIL 8M MILES RBORTEK.'an* 44 HOURS LEflC l.\ time tuac aar other l.ia*?the Ljori.t-u-i KxUnajM baiug uov completed, aa alM the Centra', making it the QUICKEST AMD MOST PL FASAIfT ROWTS t>VH SOUTHERN THATKLEKS f ? It ia provided with First ola*a Bleept&t CtM'. Mtmfki* mmd CkmrUstmm, Mitriittjni C*ntrmJ, rf*w OH urns and Jmeitw, TO NEW ORLEANS! MEMPHhTROUTB: M??kl? bf fUiT. U>*no*t>jJW ?t?M P?*f?i to MONTGOMERY AND MOBILE BOCTE: Moctjr"?*ry byBaihtheiioe to Atfobi'e bj FiMl' efaa Packets. MoNt* to N?w OXmBk kyy TWO DMLY TRAANS-8?rdat? iNcixiifp, Lnu Wuhiutwal I a. a. mmd C p. m. Tk?SMBietfiEORI>E PAUE laarea her *tiii| foot ofSevebtk elf?*t kKkt-in. ?ik1 r m. n.J oonnccts at Alexandria with the Oraoie *'.d Alex Por Norfolk UTV ?. n. Ob mii| UMtJi 9. m. tmra im to Fu: omlr. f \%-JT T M. PAlty>\t>,AfWrt. NEW ORLEANS ZN TXRSXI DATS vm m CHOICE OF THREE ROUTES. ALL RAIL ROUTE. Via Orangt and AUsmmdria Railraad TO LYNCHBL'RS: ,Vvrgiit\* and Tmtusse*. East 'Ammm and Firhai*, Ea~M T*un*tstt MM Georgia^ NoihmJU amd CkaUmmaama. ..v ?-- - - ? i"v?, ii mi?r iu U*iUBVl'l Willi the 3A? i>. m. I mb fur ki*iU<n?r?. The Coaches &f ni-w and coinn.a4K>Dt, the tMmi fir?t-c!a*? iu tiie kai?U *4rmretui ao<l aooonunodat i UK drivara. Far* to Upper M arfboro so oanta. ft I.ong Old Kie><ta Jb aOatarnlia M 44 Freight U<l Milwek in ?rt>?<?rtiou. _au IS tf _ USnoilN A CO . Proprietors. OALTIMORK AND OHIO RAM.ROAD. D WA8HMVTON BKASCH. Cumiw Born. ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, JimUU. 1800. tram* vul run M To' 'otra: Skvt Washington at 6 a aw) 7 4* a. is. iw W^i b^oi tt ijn Mvl p. m. ^*1 Haiti more at 4J6 and imam. re Haiti mora at 315 aufi 4.J* p. BL. Oa bandar at 4 a a. a>. PaiMti(?ri far the Ka*t will take ban at 6J" aa 17.4. < a. m ami 3 an wl. t or the \Vest at T 4- a. a. and VS> p. m. 'or A r.aani'.L* at 1.40 a m. s ? > ? bsaiiiii', inufi rxjvK rdf m if UHKMK oi koou iol AbHLANUmmd v&wktmmn'K* "?f frank*. and ruv*r?4, ia t vorfem%nHko manner. M ?hcrt uotioa Trunk* <?v*r vf tn an* part of tha >lt>, t?H|isftsssstiisf* familt datf-l? JAMKf ?. TQPHAM. "tray ^^rntabcix)r y . IIAILY I.I N K OP NKW FOt'R-H<'ft?H IJ COACH Kl? TO rri'KH MARl.KORU', (Vrrftwr lt< U ft. M?W. The ?ad*r*ifn?4l are now ratintig lkil<,irio?ft Suild??.> r?>?r llOrM CiAck?? !> twecnWa*' lajtUm &o<i I |>p?r Ma.l Mphf loilowa: W&V*^ l/e?\-e The Steamh.a? Hotnl, corner of r*eve?tli ?treet *n?1 !*? at 7 ? pi.*:* a. m. Returning l?v? I>??r Marlboro" at II ?>Y|nrk a m , and arrnt in \\ naKinxliO) *1 kaVl^i- ?? 4 -- *"* 1/AKrET SATCHKLH. A?. irr<>ia trmmt. repwred or taken M twtum "* """" WALL, STEPHEN* 4 CO, PV ITMII. QOUTMJUN THINK MAMKACTUIY. O ??? Tmfriut, ^ ? Upw?nt$ Odd tuimm*' H+u, It'a.*Ataritm. D. C, TriTftori will atu<T tbotr int?r??ti ft) *imiui ay TKl'NW, VAUCbH AO^mhw ^jkm ohMlnc ataewara A? I no* i?>m bsc u?IM boat mUriu lb* mark el aftorua ui tk? 4<*?a? VMUMk. 1 ?U> ow'.lM.r .Ly iu#nU iar work to I* ftnporior in .S:?,?*i*inJ It* a^utft to Traoka t.At *r? i?. ^.?U?a and aold kara. J fceop c.-natactly ?>n i*mi. ai.d mikato ordw ioa OW *w4'j aoUoal j .t<w<ri ptt?n of TKUTTO; BOOTS AlfD 5H0K |?OUT9 AND TO KOTT Til W? ?I* BOW I ST.Bf*ictu-:nt *!! kind* ?f ?VOT8 Ud SHOKH. ul rMWTlll ISPM ol Bic ?? -??.' fj-e fB crijUo-. made axprcas'y kiMto.iMTi'Ili aMd M % inoeli low<*r price tb*n htt h*M Hk br?U'lur? ol?r|*ii in U.a 01;? Jot Ricok laUriwf *rft?rm>Ti is vmi of H ioU a ad glmw of wain u or oity m?d? work. wi:. hv?(. tod* toud imw'um id atorabod u ti? iow??t t <i? u ? u? tw, WlltTl* * MRO., *14 tVanifMii ?imm. ftjMVK MtKUHKU TKAVkUNO l'&UNKtt Dfi>i %ad >??*iac Trvaka. Oar MiMrwwaexfcUnta at iiiaUaMl*aa??Uat vwi?? ??

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