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THE EVENING STAR. 1 The Pmc* at Ttrtnl*?A Reirwsl * ill* , Oracle rxcttemrnl TomoxTo, Sept u?The excitement concerning , 1M uraage question 1* on the Increase rue newi- j papers are filled with It. and It !s the universal 1 topic of ctinvernt'on. Newcastle wai terTMefT tbat th* Orange Sag and color.with the pcrtrnt of 4 Kitg William, wt_re *.> conspicuously displayed at tb? grand arch, and fears were entertained tbat the Prince would dcd'nt tp receive Mayor Wilw>a aad the Council at Saturday's 1" ver. After a <iue apology b*ui been made by the Mayor, the Prince ?ave p?* mission to have tb"<n presented The Duke of Newcastle has added fuel to the j Orange E-iuue by hla course to-day. The Orange arch Is ? King stmt, and thousands of people Lad gathered near it to see the Prince piss under H oa his way lo church. The Duke ordered the coachman to go up (^neen street, so that they need not ace the ebjectiunable picture of King William, and the vast concourse of people, disappointed and angry, showered curses ar;d maledictions on the saudy-covered pate of his stubborn Grace V\ hlle the Prince was in church where the audleace jostled and a^u?ezed In the most illlnanaeied way, the crs?rd outside and near the arch grtw to the proportions of a mob. They hooted and yelled, catling out all manner of instating language. The principal men of the Oraage Lod^e brought down their most emphatic insip&ia, and in a short time the arch dlsfUyttl the oanuers and fljgs which are generally carried la their processions. One banner, on wnicb was I m .1.4.. .1 _e ir 1 nrilt! -? at ? piciurc "i ivtng imam, me n&iun 01 vqc principal Orange battle-fields, and appropriate mottoes, was hung * .> k>w that had the Priace's carviagr prised under it, It would hare wiped bis nose. Alderman Carr, the President of the Lod^e, went up on a ladder to remove tiie banner, but the crowd pulled th? support from under him, and he was kept from falling heavily by a policeman who caught Ulin. Tue mob, acting under the advice of their leaders, made a ruah to the Prince's carriage, intending to take the horses from it, and to compel the Prince to go under the arch. When the Prinee came Out some exiled to bring him up and make him zo under the arch ?forte him under; while others cheered and ome hooted. The Prince became p?le, and turned from the Governor to the Duke, as if asking counsel. The Duke,sWn and determined, strode ahead. The police cleared the wav, and the foya! party were again seated, when the mob gathered around the horses By order of the Duke, the coachman plied the whip, tbe hr>rs?? reared and plunged, aed, to the great danger of those in front, the cortege passed swiftly through, vrbi'e m'.ngltd cheers, gro&us and bi?vs followed them. What effect this will bevr cannot, of course, be prophecied; but yon need not be surprised to hear of the immediate departure of tbe royal party The l,oOU Ribintnmen of this city have armed themselves, In readiness for any trouble, though It is probably an unnecessary proceeding. The Romanists are behaving noblv. Tbe Orangemen l. 1 A .11 ? - u?yo on inrir wa way i n? uaibolics won t notice tlcm and the avtboritln are afraid to do it. The political lender* have no control over the Orsn^emva In th? '.east. while the lower class are allowing their pa>sions full swing. Devices, transparencies and mottoes offensive to the Royal party are exhibited. One of them Is a huge pile of gripe shot, under which are the word*: "A present for Newcastle." A collision is feared to-nij;ht, an?< the Orangemen have removed their banners until the morning, when they will be returned with .v'esslons. The Duka of Newcastle, the Karl t>t. Gerniaius and Governor Head, walked from the palace this evening, down to the Orsnge arch lust before reaching it they Were detected, and the crowd moved Howards' them They turned, and the crowd followed, hooting and groaning. Aline of policemen followed Kept back tbe crowd, till the Duke called tbe sergeant and said to him : Go back; I don't need your protection. 1 never Csavr tne crowd from which 1 could not prot myself *' When they reached the pai&c* ?ale, the crowd give three eroans for each of them and three cheers for the Prince. Torostt>, Sept 10.?The difficulty between the Duke of Newcastle and tb? city officials bss been a&tisfoclorily aJjjsted, the Mayor of thectybia :*ued a proclam-tion Informing tbe cltueus of tbit fact, and embodying a letter from the Duke, whicb wat seat ia answer to the Mayor's apology, in which be to >k upon hiui?e!f the onus of not having told the Duke that tbe portrait of King William was still upon the arch?his reason being that tbe Catholics did not insist upon I s removal. Tbe news was passed from mouth to month with great zest, and the town has been stupidly happy. All tbe Orangeman have also succumbed, ana tbe subordinates Lave been snubbed by their leaders. At a meeting of the Masters of tbe various Orange ' Lodgrs tn the district of Toronto, held yesterday, tbe doings of tbe mob on Sunday were denounced and attributed to unworthy members of tbe Orda. ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. BROWNS' HOTEL?C A Torrance, Md: G II - J W- * M * * ? I, A n nation ana iy, MISS Irving. Pa; A Ricbards. La; C McClauabam, Tea; C iiedenb-rg, NY; W Wright, J Wright, SC; R Jonea. Pa; J M Uavia, La; G r.ich*lberger, Mlaa Boucher, Md; T Fidler, NJ; B Jobasor, A Levier, Ark; w M S> tton and lad!*a, Va; Mis E F Thorn?, Mitt E Eve, \Y Thomas, Ga; P B Jones atd ly, A M Hawpe and ladies, Va; T Taylor ami ly, M l<a C C Elmore, MiM G Elmore, 5*0; R Waikt-r and fara, Ut T Taylor and ly, Miaa M Char!?*, W V Charles. Mr* K Taylor and daughter. AIj; W Flnlcy and fan.. Alias E Piilaon T Mei.uin, M as; C McDevitt, Va; J M Yoste \V H A Pettm, MIm Pettus. Miaa Yoste. Mo; F C Graveley, Va; C II Wheeler, Ark; H H Seyfort, J McCarty, Pa. R J Seabrooc. SC; J P Dodd, Tex; J Kanner and ly, JSC; R il Carter Va. NATIONAL HOTEL;?W \V <ia'np?, DC; JK Holivday, Md; Mrs LeUo. MM; G tf;?we, La; W C Rear, Mrs M R Lacy, MinaE S Smith. NC; J S Merrill, Ga; Mrs Rickford and sister, Alt; Capt I Newton, 1,'SA; J H Graham.O; W Hayward.t-la; C Raymond and lady, Miss Raymond. Md; J P Stanford, NY; J Hunt, Mo, R Oabourn. G Hille-iry, Md; J Smith, Scot; E Koch, Va; J JaiuUun, La; B Kimberiy,.Ll; Mrs Hall andf^m, LWbltrley, Md; J White and lady, Va; J Seguin, Pa; G Marstnn and lv. Nil; C Fishbarne, NC; D Kibby i> I Union, L Emerson, Va; P Rovcionl, L McManua. Pj; S Bobbins. >1 isa Hiaipson, Os; J M Biddle, Pa; Dr Steele, t'SN; E Bravru*r, II Holers, A Mont/oinery and iy, La; J Bbck, S;ot; J Tanc?kill t''??? . I WNEVV GOOD*. . j K Harr ja?t received ft ?r?e itook of Blatohed i ?><i ftrmrn C??TTONSof the b#?t mak-i. A1m?, I MEETINGS, TABLE LINKNS, NAPKINS, i OW KLIN Us. 1RIHH LINENS, J "no yaraa ; li\?v Ns. from a "-eta 10 ; HOSIERY, | G *OVES. GVUNTLHTT*. \VRJITK, KKD, iil.L E a .U GRkV M.ANNKLSib v??ietf. Wa to**? * f*v rich ORGaNDV ROBES on hind . Wf??'*h * h&ve '?? 'han B'rt. if ? TAYLOR A HUTCM18QN. DtUb \Jt*U ftir. W His<k> .?Oa baud * ?<> a JT r.ra^- oi Pura old Rj > Whl? ky, Cupper Dualled. inaJ" by uie im.it r*uab diatiilaram Pann ylYaaia. Maryland aud Virginia, warranted purr. Alao. Imported ?<!%udie?, H?on?M;, Otard, Dupuy * U?.. KoMiii, ftc. Alto, P-ach ai.d Afpja gr?ady, far* Holi*?>d eta, old Jamaica a_41*t. roll Ram. and VV of every variety, all of atao<iard bear* A ehotaa lojt of Clear and Tobaoo?> * il l ^ KKPBART,A*?ot?. aa li-ly 8*? Pa at. bar*. 9th aod loth ala. KW SILK MANTf K8 AND HOOPKD SKIRTS. 'Va Uava r*???v*.l ty -*!>' ' a ?upsl? ofnch fi?<n -.LK MAN LES ai.d REAL VRENCH , I.ACE Man rLESanJ JHjlN IS A'a^l* dosaa | vl la* iaJ atriarf WOVEN SKIRTSofanparior | <i vaJity. Lad :ac m want o? any of tha abova cooda ! w >"" T?VLO? y&tT'sas.'.g."-; WB MM,?, ! afftSSs ; Lt f 'ha uruai pri*? f BLANCUARD* MOHUN, J 4 Curnw 11th t. aod Pa- >r. j * ' * C 3C7D #75 JACKSON, * X * R * * *. ' FHnu. Avunr*. J JfeUTMB 10th ftod UUj lUMk. jaM J # KiRKWOOD HOUSE ?A M Cbicheater, Va; G 11 Cowlr, M D, Ala; W O Templttjn and dac?bW, NC; A J Caldwell, P?j \V U Boys o i, LrT; K McL(UMn,iii, V XV Jonea, Moi \V F Lee, USN. OFPiCfc (iF INSPECTOR AND SEALER OF OAH METERS*, W A8U1SGTON, July 18. 1300. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE.V. Tlia.t.a*re?aNy to the priTimoua of the "i-lmams t.f trie t'?rfomtcB apjru*e?t May 12. 13S<,th?? undersicael .? m w prepared. "wiwuever required in writiOR, and f on yr? payaaeatofttae (?of hltr oenta.to Hiap>*ct, exit in) *. te*t. prur#, anda?oert~.iu tne accuracy of reji*tiau?#? ?l my ?&-. uutor iu Urt<? ia ti.u oitf." Ev-sry Miater, iflouuU incorrect, wui be oobdomafd. and another, #<yii*1 Mid ir.arkfd a? true, wi:l>b? | ?tetunU p aoe. If proved to h? a<wure.tM in i a meaaareiueot of zaa, it wiil beaealMl accoruiagly, 1 ani axaiu put in aoaiuoa io. u??. OlBoe .Ho. A10 bevtirh atr?*?t. (near Odd Fellows' k; a . > < 'pen from 3 a. ni , t?> 5 p. m. CHAIfLtS W. CUNNINGHAM. JT 19 tf Inapeotoracd Sealor of <?aa Metera. (ic. M.KEYSjl \ DEALER IX I j WOOD & COAL, LIME,(( { snag, CE3ENT, HAIR, V \\ Flatter, tad Whits Gravel, (f J 548 N. ?. Cor. 12th Sk C Sts, A jl fhi# *|n?;p Sijth IVnn. At. m P washihgtmO^ c.fl a?|Mf BY THE PtBslS^Si^iF THE UNITED ' la *?r?uaoc* of law. I, J ami* Bocharan, Premlaot of Uw L'lutt-d rHate* of A" erica, do hereby dalive and make known that vbMic ?*!ps wf LI heid kt the andera entioii?<! LArr. Offices in th? State of Vli5^K?niAt fct tue periods hereinafter designated, a wit: At th A land at ??. Pmr* nnn.nniu.in >n Monday. the fifteenth d*T of October next. (or thadiapaeai of th~ pahlio lands heretofore unofl*rfA. situated ib the to..owing township* a ad part* of I jwnships. via: ( Xftk 4f Ik4 bat* liiu w?d 4b**t tj tlujtfth principal jfi iridiciH. The W fractional X of tn? 8W X of auction to; the 8W .V and the X of the 8E \ of amotion St: section* ;?> and 32; the y >? of the Nh the 8 X ?i the NW)^.and the 8X of aeotion 34. of tow na nip lit, of ran*'* 23. ^ . 8eoti?as 4,6,8,10,14, IP, *?, 22. 24.26,2ft, Jn. a, and 34, ol township 121: tho 8 }i of the NE the 8 X of the N W >?, and the 8 X of aeo-ioa 3->; section 32, of township 122. of ran;e 26 8?Ct<oni i. 4.6.8.10.12, 14, 18, 2T 22, 24, *3, 28. 3?, 32, and 34. of township 121; sections 6. 8, IS. an, i2, 2ft. 2*, 9>. 32, and 34, of townshis 122, of ranee *7. 8?Oiions2.4.6 8.1", 12, 14, 18.20,22, 24,26.28 30, 32, and 34. of township 121; aaotior.ai, 4.6,8.10,12.14, ! 18,20,22, 2<, 26,2R, 9), 32. and 34. of township 122: the 8 X. and the N W of secMon 6; section 8; the WK of ft-* SW>i of section 14, sections 1*. 20,and 22; the VV X of the S\V X o( se-tion 24; sections 2T>, 28,91, 32. and 34. ot township 123, of range 2fi. 8*ti?n?2 4,6,8,10, 12,14, 18, 20,2$, ?4, fc,28, 30? 32,anu S4, of township 121: sections 2,4 6,7.8,10, I2?l4. if, 19, !*,jn,2i. 22,21,26 27,28,29, 30, S2, and 34, or township 122: aections 2 4, 6, 8, 10,11, 14,18, 20.22, 24,26.28.30,32, and 34, r.f township 123;*ec ttons 4. b. 8. an.I 10; the W X of section 14; s?euons 18, 2*, 22. 26, 2'., 80. 32, ar.d S4, of township 124; ?eotions 4 6. and 6; the N sV X, ?nd the W X of the 8 W V of section 10; sections 18, and 2f>: the W X of of the MWk. and tho Y?U of the 8WX of section 22; sections 23, so, anJ 32; the WX r?f th* 8K.X- *cd the W Xofseoti^n 34, of township 123; the r*X ft t?"* NK *?, ths N'W >?. and tho 8 X of aeotion ; the >v H 01?ne iN W X, and the S\V of aeotio? (: sect.ora U, 30, if,?, S3, and 34, of to wuahip 136, of ranee 89. SMMJtiona 3 4. 6. 8,10.13,14, 1#, f), J3,54, rt, ??, 30, 32, au<l 34, of township Wis aectiona I ?o 89, iroiu sire; p^c'iona $0. 33, and St, of township 1S3; ?eo Hons 3.4, 5. 6. 7, and 8; the W H of aection 9: mo tiona 10,12. and <4; ti?e W ??f section IS: sections It to inc'u?ive; *ectu>u* 24 and .6 to 3i, inolu ive, of township 1.3. auctions 2, 4. and 6; 'he W X of section?; aee'iona 8.11.12. 14. 13.19. 2n, 22, 2-i. 2fi, and 28; the W >i of aeotion 29; sectiona S\31, 32, and 54, of tor?n?hip 124; ?eetiora 3 4. 6. 8.10. 12,14, 15 , 20, 22. S4, 2fi. 23. and .%>; the W ^ of aeotion SI; section* 33 ai?t S4. of townahip 125, aectioua 2, 4,6, 8, 10, 13, 14, 18, 20, 22. 24 , 2fi, 28. 30 3L a-d 14, of townahip T2"; section* 4. fi,.and ?; the NVV ?, and th? S of aeotion i?* th- 8W of thi NW and S\V ii of a*cllon 14; sections IR, jo. and 22; tue SW *< of auction 24; aectiona 28. 28, 30, 32. and 34, of t.ianal.in 197- n... C a 1o ...in. i*t \i -r , ?v ? us.,ir I - vmviio w, P, io4 B'I'I inn W 7% Ul Motion 28: sections 3f> and SA of townshi? 128, of rante 90 sections 2. 4,?>. 8.'0,12.14, It 20,22,24.26, 2*. 80, 32, and 84. of township 12!; neoHnm l to ifl, inc'H sive; sections 2" and 8{ the N H of scetion 23; necttons 21, 2S 28 30, :t2. n.n1 84, of loWsslup 122; townships 183, !24, and IZj: seoMoas J, 4, 5, fi.7,?. 9, 10; 12. and 14; the \V H of seeticn Is*; sjebtlons It to 22? lnolasive; unctions 24 ana 26 to 3% inclusive. of township 126; s>ee* nns 2, 4. 6 8,10,12.14, and 18; the W *>f section 1?; sections 20,23,24,26 2rf 30,31,32, and *4, of to?n?hip 127: sect ons 2, 4,6, 8 10 W. 14. I 18. 2\ 92,24,26,23, 30, 32, and 34, of township 1x8, of 1 ranse 31. actions 2. 4. 6. 8,10. 1?. 14,18, 20,22, 24, ?, 28. 30, 32, and 34, of town?i,ij> 121; sections 1 to 12. inolusi /e; th-> N )4 of mention 13; section 14; 1h? N X of ??oho:i 15; the N !? of aecti.in 17; **<jtions 18. 2?. 22, ti, 26, ?8, 30,32, and 34, of township 1X2| townships l-.-? and 124. of ranee 32. Sections 2, 4.6. n, 1", 12, i4,1A. 20 22, 24, 28, 28. 30, 32. and 34 of towaship 12'; sections 1 to 12, inc'a si vet th* N X of ?eofi<?n 13; section 14; the N % of ?ection 15; the N X of section 17; sections 18,2), 22, 24. 26.^8 3) 32 a;id34,of township 122; townships 123and 124. of an*e3J. sections 2 4 6, 8,10,12 14. 18, 20, 22, 24, *, 28, 30, 32. and 34. of township 21; sections 1 to 18, inclnsivr; sections iO, 22. 24 2-5. 28 . 30, S2. and 34. of township 122; township* US and 124, ?f rente N, Heon<-ns 2. 4. ?, 8. 10, 12, 14. IS, 20. If. 24. 26. 23 X), 32, antf ?4, of tnwn'hip 1*1; sections 1 tn 24. ine'n alve; seotions -'6. 2', *> 31, 2. and 34. of township 1<3; township* 1-3 and 114 of ranre K5 >?f otinns 2. 4. 6. 8, '0. 12. 14. 13 20, H 24. 28, 28, and 31; section S2.exc?pt the H frnf the 8VV V; seotion S4, of township 121; section* 1 to 8. inola?tre; sections 8 to 14. ircluMv*; the K H ofsection 15; eeotions Id. 20. 22.2i. 26,23. ?>, 32. and 31, of township 122: towns! pi 121 and 124. of ranee 36. Section* 2 an1* 4; the > %, the SE >?. and the N H of the f*W A? of section 6: the N H, and the t*K V of *?ction C; ??wtion? 10 12. aid 14; tne NE jtf, and the N H of the \ of section 22; section 24; the N H of ta?NK X of section 2fi. if township 12?: sectioi s 2, 4. 6. 8, 10. 12.14,18 20. 22. 14 26. 28, 30, 32, and 34. rf township 122: sections 1 to 0, inclusive; sections 8 to 15. inclusive; sections <8. iff, arrt 22 to 2B, in ciuiiv; sections 23.9' 32, and 94, of township 123; tnvneKi IOJ nf ?? * Section* 2. 4 6. a, 10, 12. and 14; the NX of the NK % of section IS: section* 22, 24, and 2ft, of township 122: the K H of section 1; aetti >na 2,4,6,1,10, '2,14,18,20,22, 24.2?. 23, 3?, 22, and 34, of towtship 123; acctiena 1 to 18, inclusive; amotions 20 to 28, inc'unvf; R' ctioin 32, 34,a?iS5, of township 124, of range 38. At the Lar.d Offic* at flr Clo^d. commencing on Mondar< the twenty-r.lnth day of Ootoher nexij for th* disposal of tli? puMio landa he-?tofore v* ojf'Ttd ai'uat^d m the foLowinj townatiips and parts of tuwn'hipa, viz: North of the base lint and tettt nf the fourth principal meridian. Pectiona 2 and 12, of township 34; sections S. 4 fi, 1.10. 12. 14, If, 20, 22,24,26.58 and 3?. of township 35; sections 1, 2,3, 4.6. 8, and ?0: the iN K of aection 11; secti-nsl-?. 14, 8.^0, 22, 24.i?, 23.30. 32 and 34, tf township 38; aection* I. 2. 3 and 4; the E of ?M tion 5; sections 5, and 8 to <5. inolnsive; the K H of nw'inn 17; sections if. and 2?? to 28. inclusive: the EH of section 29; aection* 3> and 32; the K % of ?? lion 13; sections '.'A and 35, of township 37; aec tions I to 18, inclusive; the K aection 19; tectioni 20 to 33. inclusive; section* 32 to 36, i"o u*ive, oftownsh i? 32; townahias 39, 40 and 41. of range 2^ section* 2, 4,6. 8, lo, 12.14, la. SO. 22, 24. 26 and 28: the N,H ?f the NK Y* tne # of the NK If. a ! th? N b V of t*e M of aeotion T>; the NK V, the NK X of the N W ??. and the * % of the frK \ of section 32: aection 34. of townahip !Wt aeotiona 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12. 14. 18 , 20, 22, .4 2*. T., 30, 32 and 34. of t iwnship 37; aection* 1,2.4, 6,8,10,12, 14,18, 2?>,22, 24. 26. ^,3^, 32 and 54, of towuahip 33; m?otio:a 1,2. 3, and 4; trie K >? ol *ect'on5; sections 6. and 8 to >3, inclmve: a?c ions 18 and 20; tho K H of aeotion 91- a?Ah/.?-6i#?M 1 " ** " ^vkiuMB ?? moiiiHiT?: me is ^ ol ?6otion i7: seoti'jn* 28,5>.3i awl .14; tn? K X of Motion 36, of township 39; township 40, exempt the W % or section 31; sections 1. 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8; the E X of fection?: sec'iin '0 to 15. inolnstve; pectior.s 13 a*v1 *K tiia E Si of se-tion 21: stations 22 to 28. inciasive; sections 30. ?->d 3Jto35. inclusive, of township 41; Motion* 1,2,3, 4, S 8, and%to 15. lncluai v?; factions 16 and 2<?; the K >? of section 21; s*oHoos 22 to 28, inclusive; *cutions 3:) and S2: the E >4 of seotion 33; sectlous 34 and 35, of township 43; sections i, 2, 3 and 4; the E 3? of f-o ion 5; sect.onsf, aud 8 to 15, motive; the K X of section 17; sections 18, and at to 23, igcNisiyk, the E H of secfon 2"?; sections 3>. avl V t 35, iiicanive, of township 43; sections I, 2,3, 4,5. 6, an'l 3 to '5, insltisi ve; the E }? of section 17; ?ect?on? 18 and 20 to 23, inclusive; sections 3 . aaJ 32 to ?3, iao!u?ive. of township 44, of rarue 2s*. sections 2. 4 C.8 10.12.14. 13. ?0 22.24.2B. 29, 8\ S3 a J 3?. of townstvp S; Kectlons 8, Jo, 12,13, 14,1?.. 2>). .2.*4, 20,2H, ?>, 32 and 34, of township 4 ; seot4ori 2, 4 6 ?. ?, 12.14, 18 20, 22.24.26, 28,i<>, SI, and ?. ? f towship 41: section* 2,4,6, 8. 40, 12. 14, 18, ti. -2A 29 1 ? . at. ui vuwiismp **; wotioDi 2. 4, 6, 8. Hi. 12. 14, 18, E", 22, 24. 26, W, 3n, S2 And 34, of township 4.J; see" tons 2, 4, 6,8, ?0 12,14.18, 2n. 22, 24, 23 28 3?. M ami at, ot town- hip 44. of raugeS' t$-<otioc2. f zce^'ths N W i?.?f the NVV Jtf; seo 10" 12; tho f1 action* of section 14 ontsirteof the F rtKip ?* R??rr ?imn; section 24; the fractions of ?"cti->ii W> outni'te of tin Kort Rip!** Reservation, of t-,wn*hiD 43; section 2; t>-e N K and the NK K?f the f^K H of section !0; section 12; amotion 14. except ?he \V \ of ih?SW section 24; the E >? of (action 2b. ol township 44,of range 31. At the Land OKiie at Fokbkst Oitt. commenoin* on Monday, the tw^ntf-sccond da* of October n'ixt- for th?s d. -po*il of th-? pulilie la'ids heretofore unofrrnl. sitaar,-d in the following townships a:.U pv ts ot towrnhips, vit: Xortk of I art line m4 w?.t of t\t fijlh principal meridian. Ths N W and tho ^ H of Motion 6; the N X of section 8. ol losrnship l59. of range 22. The N \V of tit N h fc. the N H of the NW V, ami the >* W M of the \ W \ of taction 2; sections 4 and 6; the r? it. and the M vV of section 8; the W K of the NK }f. and the N VV of motion I*, of towush'p 110; lot? , 1, 4, end 5,of srction 8 lots 2. S, 4._?.and *. an 1 the MV W of ?H? \' v w .u- ^ oi m? S\V *. an 1 th? fc W \i <?f the of efo tion Ifr. The 8 H "f tho tha 8 X of .ho NW >4, and the 8 X of auction U; a?ctio?a 14,1*. 2<>, 22, 24 26, XI, 30. *nd 3t. of tj.wn.liip 117; ae?tioua 2, 4, ud?c tho N S of th? NE Ai- *r.d th* N X of th? N W 3* of Motion 12, of towr.?nip 119; th? hvv H <?! ootiou ?: th? 8\V >?' of ection ?; ifoUoni 18 ar>d 20; tho 8 }? ol' th? 8 W ii of aection 95; Mr tiona 28, 30 3?. and il, of towoatop 120. of Mko?o?. 8*-ottona 2,4.? 8 10, 12 14.18 20, an J 22; tho NW V of arction 24; lota l 2, aiH 5. of aection 26; ;eo?ona 28 .r, mi J ?; tn?NW *, a-d th* W K ofthe S\v 1? of ?Mtion 3i, oi tv?ncinp 16; the 8 y? of tho N K id. tin* 8 )< of the N W *n?< t^o * X of motion P; VctioiiMCTt tho NW tfof th. *W X; foctlon 12, > xo pt th* N )? of tho NTS Af*. aeotiona 14. 18, W. iT 21 26, 3,:? K, ardM.of u.wnaJuo 117; aocticus 2 and 4; and theN . * of toctioo 6, of t"wnahip lia; the 8 % of aootion*; *eotion? 4,< 8.10,12, 14^ ?8, 20,22. ?4, Ib,28,3),?, and S4, of towothi? 1A VI IMJIO Cl? Sections 2, 4.6,8.10.?. 14. and18: th? 9Xo'?o tion 19: seot.'ons *0. 2 ', 24 2S, 21*. *>. 32. ai.d 31. ?r town?hip 116: thf 3 X of th? SK X- and the 8 X of 8 W X of section 2; in* S X of thj NK '? the * X of the V\V w, and the 8 X of seoUoa4; Uie 8 X vf Uie NK X. tsie 8 X or the N W X- and th* S X ?.f section fa. g an<l l"; rection 12, except it* N X of the NK X: amotions 14. 18. K 22. $4. 2?, 28, so, 31, And 54. <>f town*hip IP; the N X of the NF. X- and ti?e N X of the NW X of section 2. th? N X of the NK X. and ?he.N X of the NW X at eeouon4,of township lit; eect:ona2.4,6, 8. lu, 12, 14. 18, 20. ?, 94,26.28, 91, C2, and ?, of town*hip 190, of rai le as. Soolions 2. 4.?,8. 10,12, 14, M. 1?, ?, 11, t?. ?. 24, 26, and 27 to 32, ire naive, and eeetioa S4, of town, aiup 1.6; scotiona 2 4,6,8.10,12.14,18.?, 22,14.16. T>, 30, SS, and ?, of towp*B p 117; th* B X of the SK X and th* 8 X of the 8W X of aaotioo 14, of townsnip 1 IS; section* ?, 4. 6, 8, 1??. '2.14,18. ?, 22, 24. 3^ 28. and th* N X ol aeotion 32; the N X of Motion 34. oftownakip l*>, of rang* 26. S?ctiona 2. 4,6 1 to, 12714, and 18; the 8 X of action 19; iMliun 20; the 8 X of section 2'; station 22: the 8 X ofa-otion 23: *eetions 24 to35. inclusive, of *we*hip 1J6; the 8 X of the NEh, the ftjfafthc W J7. ?nd s X oflotion 2; the SX of the N K X, the b\ of the NW X. and the 8X of aeotion 4: seotion* 6. S. 1<>. It. 14,18. ?, 50. 21. ?>. M, 30. ?2. I>4 34, of towoahip H7; aeotion* 2, 4,6. 8. 10,12,14, 18, SS ?. 24. 26. ud 28; the N X. and the N X of tan 8E X of aeotion Sts the N X.*ndthaN X of the SB X or section 34, of townaiup 110. of range'T Sections 1,4, . T,8, |?, tf. and U; the 8 X of section 1ft; aeotion* P to SBinelnsi ?e, or township 116; leotiena 1.4. a a. ia.iv u ,. ... ? ? SHBWVsaw 'SS^SSSSaSSEagnia mmsmmm. ||Ub? *% It W? ? ?v? '*j 'MP n 7% Ui BCCUUD 111 Ul towpth'p lfc>. ?*f r?i ToWnahtp 116; aectioua S. 4,6, 8.10. It, U. 18. 2", 32, 24. 86, I*, and ?to 35 melaaive, of townahip 117; the * * of the 8W X, and th?? 8 Hof th- 8K M ?i aeetion 8; the H of the N K {, the 8 H r.f the N W W. and th?8X?l" aeotion 14; a-toUona 18 20, 22.54, 3b. ?8, SO, 52. and 34. of town-vilp 118; aeotiona 2, 4. a .<* <; the N H of aeot.on S; the N )j. the NX of tne 8 N M. ?"d the N X of the SK j( of aection 10; aMtion 12v of townahi j> 1ST, of raiue * Townahip 116; amotion* 2, 4,67#, 10. JS, 14.1*, tt, 22. 24. and 26 to 3S, inclusive, of township 117: the HW H of the 8K J{, and the 9 X of the 8W \ of Beot'on4: theSW\ of theNfc.^, the NW5 of the N W *, the S \ of the N W V and the 8 X of aection 6: nection 8: aeotion 10, except theNfc L? of the N E,J<: the 8 H of aeotion 12; aeotiona 14.18, ?n,K,24,26,41.9),9i,an?4*1, of townahip 118; section 2; the N X of aeotion 4, of townanit 120, of raa?e3i. Townahip 116; eectiona 2, 4,6.8,10,13.14, ard 18 to 35. inolHsive, of towiiship 117; aeotiona 2,4.6.8, 10. 12, 14,18. 20, 22, 24, 36, 28,31, 32, and 34, of tuwnahip U8, of ranee32 Townahip 116; aeotiona 3.4,6.8,10,12.14. and 18; the 8 K of aeotion 19; aeotion 20: the 8 S of aectioa aAAt.nn tli* fi nf aAAfinn OQ? .x.. Oi a? at t? ?vw.?ww??| WW V rm ?? ?.-? MP ina'akive. ot township 17; seotions2,4 6.1.10,12, 14. IB, SO, 22, 24.36,28, SO,32, aad 34, of towasbip 118, of ranteSS. T'tWnahip 110; aectiona 2. 4. 6,8,10,12,14,18,20# 12,2^.25. ?nd 2?; the 8 *4 of aeetion 17; otiona23, and ? to 36, inclusive, of township 117: aeetion 5 the H X of the SE X of section 4: the ? X of the N E X, the 8 X of the N W X* end the 8 X of section 8; seot'ona 1<?, 12. !4. 18. 2<i. 22, 24. 26, 2?, ?), 32. and 34, of townahia 11*; the N X of aeetion 4; aection 6, of townahip 120, r f rnn(? M Sections 2. 4.?. 8,10. W, 14,18. 2"> 22. 24.28.28. and 3 : the 9 X of aeetion 31: s-ction 32; the 8 X of aeotion 33; auction M; the 8 X of aeetion 35, of township 117; t?"? 9 X of the Sk X of a-o'ion 12; aeotion 14; the 8 X of the N E X. the 8 X of the NW X. and the 8 X of aoetion 18; factions 20,22,?4,26.28, 3>. 31. and 34, of township 118; aectiona S, 4.? and 8; t>ie N X. the N X of the 8W X, and the N X of the 8E X?i aeetion l?; lot No. 2,ut aect<onl2, ot township i20 of ranee s5. Sections 2,4 8,8, 10,12,14.18,20. 22 J4, 2=i 28,'and 3*> t<> S5. inclusive. of tovr.ahip 117; the 8 X ol lue NW X. ar.d the 8 X of section 8; the 8 X of the INK X- the 8 X ?f the NW X- and the8 X of aection i4; aecti- us 18,20, 22. 24, A>. 3". 32 and 34. of township 1'8; section 2; the N X, the N X of the S\V ami tho \ \C of Ih/vSM \l nf a fKo N )i <>f the N E and lots Sio. 4 ami 5. of s^c'ion 10; section 12, except lot No. 1. of township 1*>, of ranee ?6 The aw H of the NW"*, and tn?8 X of section 2; sections *.?,?, 10, IS, M. 18, 2", 22, 24, afl. 28, *\ 3J, amis*, of township 118: the Sw of theNR ){, theHK )$ and th* W X of section 3?; ssoUonSv; the S H of the 3W Vi of section S4, of township 119, of range 37. At the Lan-1 Offline at Hkkdikjom, commwoini on Monday. the fifteenth da* of Oot?>ber next, for the disposal of th* puhlio lands heretofore unofirrtd. situated in the following townships and parts?of townships, mt North of tht base lint and icert of tki fifth principal fiuridMS. The parts of townships 112 and 113, ontside of the Sioux Halt-breed Reservation, of range'4. The parts o! townsMes 1<1 and ^2, outside of the Sioux Half breed Re-ervatioc, oi range !*j Townships IK and 112, of range 16. Sections 1,2,3 4,6,?. and 10, to is, lnc'usive; sections 18 and 20; the H X of section 2!; sections 22 to 2), innluxive; sections 30 and 32. to 35. inclusive, of township 111; sections 1 and 2; the K 1, of section 3; sectioi s 4.6,8, and 10. to 15, inousive; sections 18, 20. and 22, to28. inclusive: sections 30,32 , 3t, and o5. of towi.ahip 118, of ran-o 17. 5?Hons*. 4.?, JP,2n,22 24i36.38,3^. 32, and S?, cf township 111; sections J and ?; the K of section 6; se-*fons8. ir, li. and 14: th* ft ft ot section !8; sections 2", 22, 24 26 2a, 30,32.and 34, of towcship 112; sections2 and 4; tne ? , H of seotion 6; rertio~e 8,10.12, and 14; the K H of s<ctton 1?; sections 20. 22.?4, 26 and 28; the K S of seofi in 90; aeciwnaszand m, of townahip 113. of rani* 18. The K X of aeotion 12; a?ctiona 24,28, and 54, of towr.?bip ill.of rants 19. The W X of afohon 6, of townahip 112: the W X of aection 6; the W >4 of aeetton Ifc tha W X of a?ption 3", of t'<wnahip 113; th? W of the NV ?nd th* W }( of the !*W fc? of aeonion 18; th* W X of tha N W }?. an*1 W X ?i the sW of aection ?>, of township U4, of range 2n Hootiona 4.6,3.18. and 30, of townahip 1)1; a*ctiona 2, 4,6 8, W,'?,14.18, 2\and 22; tiie W X of aeotion 24: the NJtt'd the SW % of aeotion 2fi; aeoti >nai8, 30, .12, and 31. of townahip 112; aection* 2. 4, 6, 8,1% 12,14, 18, 2". 22 . 24, 26, 28. 30, S2. and 3?. of townahip 113; th? 8 X of the SK X> and the 5* X of theSWkfof amotion 10: the 8 >4 of the NK3W. the 8 X of ins N W J<. and the S X of aection U\ aeotioua 14, 13 . 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 3U, 38, and 34, of township 114, of ra:.fe21. Seotiooa S. 4, 0, 8. 10,12.14,18, 2i. 24. 2e, 28, 30 32, and 31. of towninip 111; aeotiona 2 4, 6, 8,10, 12, 1*, 18,20, J2.24.26,28, SO, 32, and 34, of townahip 112; aecti.?na 2, 4,6,1,1", It, 14. 18. an, 22,24,2fl. tl, ??, 32, and 34, of townaMp 113: aaotion 10; the 8 X of *?c' ion 12; aeotion 14; the E X and the K X of the SW \ of aection 20; ae^tiona V2, 24, 26, and 28; the 8 X o| the 8E X ?f aeotion 3>; ootioii4 32 and 34, of townahip 114 ofrango22 HMti..n 9- tun K u ?V-- Birv./ ? ? ?j u rm l*"u " ? 754 "'1 BTOH'in v> ecMon? 4, 6, 8,9, and 10} the W S ?f ?ectiofi lit eotion* 12,14. <5,18, io, 21.22,24- and 46: the W X of section 27; neo'ions 28. T> and 3 ; the E X of ?rotion 31; ?'Ct ons52, 33. and 34. of townthip ill; action* 3, 4. 6, 8.10. 12, 14. 18. S>). 22. 24, 28, S9, 30, 32, and H, of towr.Miip 112: the K ,'i ofthe 8k of Motion 2: the 8K * cT the s-K H or nertion l^fpotinn; >2 and 14; the 8* oftheNF*, th?8K\ortheNT7 and the SKol aoction 2-*; sections 22, 24,26 , 23, jti. 31. and 34. of townib;p US. of range 23. 8eotion* 2 and 4; the F! X of ??ct'on 6: ?ection? 8. in 12 and 14; the X, the E \ of the N W J1. and the K X of th? 8\V >4 of section 18; sections 2?. 22. 24, 28 M 30,32 and 34, of tnwnnhip 112: the 8 K of the ?W Jtf, and the ?E Jtf of scetioa 36; the 8K of eotion S2; and aeetion 34, of township l!3; the N H, the 8w ii, and the W X of the 8E } < ol section 4; sections 6, 8, 18, 20, and 3of township 115, of ran?e24. . . TV- M i/ "w * * ' ' iud i? 7* < i m-? nn * oi section z; tr.e N >?. ?nd the iN X oi the 8W \ of s*otion 4. ootion 6. ??f tow-.ship 114: section* 2,4,6, 8, 10, !2.14, 18, 29, 22, 24,26. 2*. ?>. 32 and 34, of township 115, of rang*1 25 The W H of section 6, of towmhip 113; sections 2.4 6,? anJ 10; the N K. tne IM % of the SW Atf.atid the S % <>f the 8K M ot ?eotion >2; the N X of the NE V, and tbo!*iW,Vof section 14; sections l#and 2 : th>i W s of the N W of section 22, the N X of the N VV J* of see'ion 2H: section 3-1; the W X of the NW }i or s*ct on 32. <if township 1*4; seotions 2, 4. 6, 3, ill, 12, 14. IB. 20, 22, 24, 26, 2H,32 and 34, of township 1*5. of range 26. 9"^ti<>ns 2,4. 6. K |o, w. 14,18.21, and 22; the W X of the N W M of section 2t; th? W X of th? N K fc.aml the W*o| s'ction 26; sections 28, 30, 32 and 34,? f township 112; section* 2,4, 6. 8,10, 12, 14, 18,20,22. 24. 36. 23, 30, "K and 34. of township 113; sea Lions 2, 4. 6. 8,10,12, 14, 18, 2>?. 22, 24. 26. 23. 3), 31 Hud 31,of township 114: sections 1 to 1", inelu?ive; the (* Kand SWjtfof section 11; sections 12 find It; the W H of section IS; secti jns 17,18,19. ?), 22, 24. 36. 28 and 3U the NWJ( of section 31; Btotiooa 32 and 34, of township '15. of range 27. Sections 2, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8. 10. 12, 14.17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 24,28, and 28. the w % of section 29; sections 90,31, 32, and 34 of township 112; srotior.s 2 and 4 to 10, inclusive: sections 12,14. and 17. to22 inclusive; sections 24 26, and 21, to 34. inclusive, of townsh*p 113; the W X of section 1; sections 2 to 12, inclusive; s?otinii? 14 to 22 inclusive; stations 24 ani 2R; the EC X of the N W V. VW w ?? w _ - . ... - .? ,4 ?? Mi ud iota 1,2. and 3, ol section 27; (XOtlOU SB to 31, ioniuaivc, of to\ruchip 114, townahip 115, of range 28. Townships lit, 112, in, 114, And US, of range 31, Townships 111. 112.113.114. and 111, of r&nwJ). Townships 119,113, 114, and 115, of range31. At the Land Office at St. Pet**. oommencing on Monday, thstwenty-second day ofOa'ol>?r next, for the disposal of tiie public lands heretofore un oftrtd. situated in the foliowins townships and psrta of townships, via: North of the base line and ieeit of tki fifth principal mtridian. Sections 4.6, and 6; the N X and the SW H of section 7; teitious 8, 18, 20, *s, 30, 32 and S4. of township 1(9; t e parts of township 110, oatside of tbeSmux Half-breed Reservation, of nnne9. Sections 1 And 2; the Iracti'ins of sections 3 And in, outside of the 3ioox Half hre?i Reservation; sections 11 and 12; th* N % an' the 8W )? of section 13; seotion* 14 and IS; the fractions bisections 2.'Mid 21, outside of the Sioux Half breed Reservation; section 22; the W of section 83; sections 24 And 2b; the N \i and the 8W \ of aeotion 77; seoMoniO; the fractions of sections 29. SI, and 32, outside of the Sioux Hall br*nd Reservation; sections 33 and 04, of township <09; the parts of town siiplio outside of ths Sioux tlaif bresd Reservation. of ranze 10 Sections 2,4,6,8,10,12, ard 14; the N K of seo tion 18; the N Vi of seo*ion 24, of township 107; the f.-aoti >na of s.<otions6.8,10,and 14, outside i.f the Sioux Half breed Reservation; ?e rtions 18,2". ai.d 52: tK? ?* " ' * t . .. . m 11 ii> hi PVUUI'U 44, OUU106 OI tti0 H?lf breed K^serva'ion; sections 26. 28, 3-1,32, aud 34,of township 108, of ranee 11, Stations 2.4, and 6; the N and the N K of the ?h Jtf ol sect on 3; sections in aud 12: the N K \ of noti >n 14, of township 101; sections 2. 4,6, H. lh. 12, 11, 18.2". 22. 24. 26. 28, 30. 32, and 34. of townsh'p l'*j th? fraction* of Motions 19,2"\27, ami 28 outsi leof the Hionx Half breed Knervation; the N H of seo tion 29; seotions 30 and 32; the fraction* of section 34 ontviWd of the Sioux Hall-bread Reservation, of township 109. of ranse 12. Seotion 2, Mid the N % of section 4 of township 1 7; seotions 2 4,6.8,10,12,14.18.20,22 24, 28.28, Si. and 34, of towmt>ip H-8; the fr&cti ns of sections 4,5 aod6, ?-?Uide of .the ginnx Half br?rd Reser- { vitioc; seot oon 7 and 8; the fractious of sections 9. ]o, U, 13. and 14, outside of the bioax Baif-hreed R??*rv?iion; sections is, 17, 18, and 20; the N % of sectcn 91; sections 22, 23,24, 26, 28. 30, *8, And 31. of I hi. inn- > " - - V "I" 1??"" wwoimip 110, OUtaidtf of I th^t-ioux H* f breed RM-rvatiun. of ranr* 13. Th* t*X oi ?l.e*W* of section JO.th-?}* of the N p v t& I* X "f the NW >?. md the ? ii oi ??i tion S of township lofij s'otioa* 2,^ 8. 8, 0. 2.14. 19 2\ 22. 24 and 26; the N ?? theN S ot \ntBrrXi L^tkeN X of the 8W r* ofseotiou 28; the N it of Motion ?j?'f township *01; seottons 1 to ?. Jrciu rtie fi W of section 7; section 8; the N >6 of S2ion 9* Motions 10,11, and W; the N X of Motion ?<^t-An.1418,20,22, 24, 3H.&8 *.32, and 54, of township 1<*J ihe parti of township 110, o?tsirto of th-Sioux Half-breed Reservation, of rante l4 ?* * N W X of aeotion Si of townThiV'V"a*?tion* 1 to J?' iSf'L'V5 !? -? 11; ?-otioM It, 14, If, 20. a, *4. ?, 2?, ai. 82. and 34. of townahip 1<?; li ? V1#' F' 'li" /? \*? ? ? *?. and a t& I* fcof amotion 34. of townabipM?; Motwna ! lo 12. ino.uaiv*; tha N % of Motion IS: aooUon 14; the N H faction 16; *aotiona 17,l*,4o, 22,34.28,2a. *, XL and S4, of townahip 10B; towaahip 110. of <-?u? lft Section a 3,4. and ?; tha NX, the N li of the SB KandthaN f. oTtha ?W * of aaatioiY of ft* * aaip lw?: aeotiona 2.4,?.?, 10,12, 14,It, 90,22. *4.26, 88.9).52. and 34 of townahta i(K: aaotiona 1 to34. inoluaiva; aeotion* Kaad 21; tha N K?f aection W; a?otiona so. 9, and SI. of townahia lf?; tovaahin 11". ?xc?pt the W H of amotion 7, of ranta p. Sae'ioaa S. 4. ft, 8, IA, and 12, of Uiwnaht* irrr; mo. bona2,4,ft.10,li 14,18,20.22 24 2S,28,30,32. *?i iSV^i^ WAS# fit s-? fttotiona I and it, of tovnahia W?; seotmne t. 4, a R, 10, It, 14. and 34. oTtownahij 106: ?*o T tiona S,?.?.?, 1ft. tt.14.18, 30.28,24. 3d. *. 9>.A. and 34. of towiwhip 1W; cotiou* t. 4 t, in. 12,14, an, t *?. M. and 34. Of toWnahip 1W, of raiue 10. t Tit? H of the 8W of aeotjoa fc}; lie S S and I NW\ ! aeotion 3P; aecuoa K; the aTJf of the N W U aril th? 8 H ol section 34, uf tovnemp 1<W; the W H of seotion 18, of tovnahi; l?; the W % of ?oeUon 8; action 18. of towcahia 1C, of raor*- 21. Th- 8 ?, of the NW H. the *, aud the X of 'he 8K \i of action lJ;a?fltion S?; the 8 H of the N f' ?/ thu 4 U nf th#? % VV Is An<i fka A L nf im tio afe; th*?J J* ot .umSW i* of s^oiion at; Moton* i 2b.?.3'.33.*t?d34, of town.ijp 106; ?r-1?oa?Iand ?; section Moept the f* H of theoW tile NE > \ and the N ^ of the N W 3* of section #; * Minns l?i, 12, and 14. of township 1<*; seottoost,4,6.8,1?, 12,14.13,20,22 24,36.2<?, ? 32 a'd34. Of township HO; sectio n 2,4,6,8, 10.12, 14, 18, 20, 22, 24, ?, ?, ] 3H.S2.ard 34, of township lift, of range22. J h" S* .Si of section 4; aeouon 8; section 1". exoept ? theN X of tbeNK sections 14, 2<\22. 24.86 ?, i 3:, and &4. of township 106; section* 2 4,6 *. 10,12, 1 14,18. 20, a. ?T. W, and 28; the N !? the N S ol the 1 4*fc,,l?,anU the> ? of theSW of section tha 1 NE>? and the N ?? of the N W * of section M, of townsiup lW; section 2; the W .'4 "f section 3. eeo j tions 4 to 10, ineiuBive; sections 12, 14,18. 21!, 22,24, 36,23.3), K. and 34, of township 110. ??f range W. Section* 2,4. 6. 8,10 12 14.lf^', 22, a~d 24;ihe N 1 H. the N H ! the ?K *, and th? N S of the ?W M j of se?ti< n 26; *ootion 2S; 'he N K U ol sect on 3t?, ot township 109; sections 2,4,6,8. 10,12,14,18. 2',22, I 24 26.23.33.32, and 34. of township 1H>, of tanse 24 beo'ions 2,4.10,12, and 14; the ft K of I he Nh V of section it-, the IS )% and the N of the Sb M of notion 24, ot t i wnMnp 1'?) sections 3.10.12.14, 2?. 24. and tt; the K S of seotion 23; action St, of townihip 110, of range 8V S?ctio<e 2, ?,?,*, 10, it, 14, IS, 20,22. 24. *>,21/9). C2. ?n1 54, ol tow-ivhip 1'*; the ?*e. * of section H; ?eotion* 25.21.32. and 34, ot tovnatn* IT sections 2 4, and 6: tli? f? >*,*?!? iha N K of hW % of motion *; N )* of th* NE 3*. and the N K ol >ne N W ? of section lft, of townsnif 110. of ran** 28. Section 2; the H S of the Nfc J?. thes ?? of Use N W % and the S H of section 4; the SE M of thet*k }? oi paction 6; sections 8,10.12.14.18,20. 22,24,28. 21.5\32. and 34, of tnwr?hip l'?: s?otions 2aud4; thw N >?, and the NXof the 9K of seoti ^n ?i the N >? ot section 1#; section 12, exorpt the N >? of the SE M, oftownsnip Iio. of ranre 23. 4'he 8 >? of ) <? NK Si a'Hl the S > of aeotion 12; section* 14, 23. 22. 24. 26. 28, 30, 32. aud 34. ol township 16; the N W X -nd tne? >, of auction 4; ?eo tiona 6 and 8! the W li of seouon 10; the N t? of action 18, of township IV. of ranre 30. The P % of the 8F. Jy. and the 5 of th?SW of section 24; section 8fi; the K X, and tlie r*\\ >4 <>1 section 32; section 3', of towaafip 106; sections 2,4, LI. N, 12,14,18, and 2?; the N H of aeotion 22; the IM ,S and the S w ol sectl?u 3", ( townsnip l'-8; sections 18 and ?>; section 22. except the NK J? of the NKfc; sections W, V, 30,33, and S4, of township 109, of ranee 31. At the Land Office at St. Pxtxr, oommsnoiEg on Monday, the fifth day of November next, for th? disposal of the ' acant lands in the even numbered sections and parts of sections, within th* MudTmenttoned townsutps, * tncu r*u>ain to tne UniUd StiUi within six rai.es on rach aide of the railroads, '"from St. Paul and from St. Anthony, via Minneapolis, to the nonthern boundary of the Territory, *:th a hrsj cti. > i% Faribault to the north Una of the State of Iowa,' aod "from Winon*, via St. Peters, to a poult on th? Utg Sionx ri?er," rubisot. a* required, by law, to a minimum of tvo dollars and fifty cents pit acre, viz : JT t>f the bate ,mt and iff ft oj thefijta principal meridian. Townahipe I**, 1W. tnd I*, of ran**p 7,8, and 9. Townships 106 and 107. ot ranges 1", 11,11. and 13 Townanips iw, l< 7, and 1' 8, of ranges 14, 1%, mad 16 Townahipe W6and 107, of rancea 17 and 18 Townships 106 107,1<?, and It". <>f rants 19. Townshipa los, 107, l< 8,1C9, and 110. of rangea an and 21. Town* hi pa l'<?, 107, and 1*8 of ran** 22. Townsbip* l'tt, 107, 1W, and 109. of range 23. TGwnih'ps 1<>8 and IIP of ran<e 24. Townships lfK, If*, am] ll?.of ran set 25,3", and 27 Townships 1'T, ins, 1?iS, 1M>, of range 21. Townships |06,117, lot, 1(0, &nd 110, of rangea 29, 90, and 31* At the Land Office at Chatpikld. oommecoing on Monday, the twenty-ninth day of October next, for the disposal of the pablio lands heretofore unfC ?red. situated in the loilowing townships and parts of townships, Tin North 0/ the ban litu andttttt nf the fifth principal 9ectiona 2.4,S.I, 1<>, 12,13,14.10, and W, the 9 X of aeetion 21 eeotion 22 to Si, inclu*ive. of townatip 101; action 26; the E X of the 8K X of aeetion 29; the 9 J* of Sh X f aeetion 32; aeetion >4. of township |(8; aectiou 12; the N of aeetion 14: the S X of the 8ft X anil th* 9X cl the 8VV X ? f eeotKn 18; the N X oftheNEXand the N X m theNWX of aeetion S?, of to vmthia 106, of ratine 8. Sections 2, 4.6,8,10,12, M. IS,22. and 24; the S X of eeotion ?:; aeetion* 26. 28, and IP. to 3), me n eive, of township >011 tre ? Xof the 8E X and the 9 X of the 8W X of aeetion H?; aeetion <2, except ih?j N \V X of the NW X- aeoiiona 14.18. * , 22, it, X. 2Jt. JI, 32, Mid 34, Of town?hia 1(R2: the 9 X ?f the 9E <* and 8X of tne 8\V X or auction 14; amotions 2r>, 2a and 24; th? N W X or aeetion 38; aectiona 18 acd &V>f township Hi), of ranee 9 Seo?ion? 2,4.6, *, 10, >2,14, and 18; the 9 X of section 19; sections *>. 22.21. ar.d 26; the 8 X of aeetion 27; aeotio&a '8 to 35, ir.oiuaive, of towniuip 101; aeetion 4, except the N X of the NK X; aectiona 6,8, and 10; the 9 X of aeetion 12; aecuona 14, 18, 20. 22. 24, 26. 28. 30. SA and 34, of towr?hi? l??; the HW X of auction 3!'; the S X ?<fthe NW X, the 9W X.ana the 8 X ?f tne 8E X o' aeetion 5U, of townaiup 1' 3, the 9 X of aeetion Zi: the 8 X ?'f ?ecti< n 5(4; ihe N K %, the N X of the N W X. ami tae N X of the SE X ol aeetion *5, townahip lift of range 10 <Whnnl) unrl I- th? K '.i nf amtmn ?M>tinni t to'lo, ine "sire; sections 12 and 14 to SV inolnsive, of township |i.: M?tion* 2.4.6, 8,10, 12. H, II, ?i, 2/. 24 , 26. 28. so, 32, and *. t>f Jowush P ><& ??>?' s 18, and ??: sections i2, except N H ofihe sections 26, 28 , 30,32, and 34, of toTW/ ??.w range 11. 'lowuship 101; sections 2 4.6,8, 10.12.14. and 18, the !\ W V ar.d tbeSKof section 1"?; well n? 2?, ii, 24, and 2*; t^eSHof emotion 27; soct'ons 23, to as, inoinsne. oftoWnshu 1"* the?>< ofthe??**?< of section 2. sentu ns 4 t>, fi. and !?; in* SW Atf and the 5 & of the SB V of section 12; sections 14, 1?, 20, 22,24.26 28, y.32, and at, of towuship I09-,h?otion 18; the W S and the W ol the SK :i of sec t'on M; tli-* SW % ol s*oti?n 28; sections a>, and 33; the W H of the &W Ji vf section 34, of township lt*4, of range 12. Township l'U^ section 2; the SW V of section S; section 4 to in, 4nc!iisivet SW i4 of amotion II; section 12; the SW >? ol section I?; sectioi s 14, to 35. inclusive, of township 108; sections 2, 4,6 ft. 10,12. 14. and 18; the| NW V and the 8 >fc ot section 1 <; tactions 20 ?2 , 24,26. and 28; the W J* t>l section 29; sections 9', 31, and 3?: the SW % ot s?cti-n 3J section 14.of towuship 1t?; rections 2.4,6,8, In, 12,14, 18,2?.22. 24,26,28, *',32. and 34. of township <4;the N \V>? and the S X <>t section 3*1; seotion 32. ezoept the f? Ji of the N K If. the S K of the SW it of section 34. of township urt, of raege IS. Townships 101 and l(<2; section 2; the SW of seotion 3; section 4 t?I", inclusive; the W X of the NWjtf, and the *'K of sectios 11; sect'on 12; the NWjJ and the S H of section 13, sections 14, u> .*15. ir>olo*ive. of fow"ship M3; sections 2, 4. 6, C. 10,12. 14, and 18; the NW if of section 19; sectiora 22 24, 2b. 2U, 30. 31.32, and 34, ol township l?4;the W K of section 4; s?ctiors6. and 8; the N W i, an-! the M it of section l": s- cri . . 14. exoept tbe H of th*i A K X: auction* 18. 2", anl 22: ?eotton 24, exj?pt the N S of th* N K hi; ***ct>?u? 26, 28, St), 32, M.d S4, of townrhip 15, of range 14. booloua I to 6 me u?ivf: a?ctu>na 8 to 18K ?rc!osive; >?6ctiou? to S<, irofotive; aeotion* '.U. 59,34, *ud U3. < f township ItSJ; scc'iona 2,4,6,8, 1<>, ai.tl 12; tha N W \ ? d the * H of aeotion 13; ??or.!o? 14, the NK act! the H 'i of aeotion 15; sections 18 t?i !H, ino'iiMV^t the E H of seotion 31; sections 32. 33, 34, K'lH 3i, nf township I'4; sections 2, 4,6, 8,10, 12, 14 18, 2<?. 22, 24,28,23,3), 32, and 34, of township lu5, of range 15. Section. 2. 4, 6,8, 10,1*. 14, U?, 22, 21. &. r?. 30 !fi,and 34, ot township 1?1; the E )? ol tntr?W f f sno'ion 2: th" SHrf section 4; Potions 8.10,12.14, 18,2>, 22 21; 25,28,3?, 32, and 31,of township 1<?, of range 16. 8eotn>n 12; the E X of aeotion 24, of towunhip lnl; the E }i "f section 2; 'tion 12; the K X of tection 14; iMiion 24, o! township H2; sections 2.12,14, 24, an l ?, of fiwnahip 1*3, oT .aage 17. Th-> E 'A of ?ection 14, and the E X of aeotion 24, of townah-p 115, of rame IB. Sections i, 4,8.8, H?. 14.18,20. and a: the W M of amotion 24, sections 26.21,3", 32. a"?< W, c/ tt wuthip 111; acetiona 4 6. 8, and 10; the \V of section IV, awtiona 18, 2>, 22, 2?,23,3> Si, aud Si, of town hip I?2 the w of aeotton 4; aeotionaS and 8; the W K of eectwn 1"; aeetion* 18 2 ,23. ? 30, 32, sn<l 31. of town?hip 1^3; the W \of atotion 18; aecUona 3.) aii'J 32. of to*n?hip 104 of ?anre 19. S?cli..n#2 4,5,6. 7. #. 10,12,14.17.13,1<? 21.22,24, 26,38, 2D, si, 31, and 32; the W X of auction 33 ?eo tion 34, of townahip 1"1: aeotiona 2 4,6,7, 8,19,12. and 1<: th* W H of amotion 17- ?ectiona 18,19.23,22, 24, 2li, 28.29.30 31,3!, and 34. of townahip 1<?; arc tiona 2. 4, ? 8.1?, 12, 14. 18. *0, 22. S4. 28. at. 3D, 31 32, md 34 of" townahip H8, aeo lona 2 4,6, 8,10,12.14, 18,20, 24, ?6,28,31,32, and 34, of towujbie 104; the ? W S* of a4 crion 4; the 8 of the N \V % aod tiii s v nf auction 6; erotiona 8,18, 20, and 22; the \V \ of a'?otio?? 25; aeotiona a, S),32. and 34, of townahip 105,of rawce20. Town?hipa 101 and 1<C; aeetiona 2 to 12, inelnaive; the W K of aeotion 13; a'Otiona 14 to 35 inoluai**, of townahip 103: ato iona 2,4,6,8. 10,12, and 14; the N W H and the 8 X of aeotion 17: aeotiona 18 to 22, ino uaive; aeotiona 24 and ifi; the W X of amotion 27; aeotioua 28 to 34, inn ucive.of townah'p lH;e?o Uor- 2,4, 6.8, 10,12,14, 18 . 2 ,22.24,88, 28, jo. *2, ?iid 34 of townahip lii. of r%aa?2t. Townahipa 101.1?2, and 109; Matios 2; the 8W \ of aeotion 3; aeotiona 4 to 35. inolative, of townahip 104; aeotiona 2,4,6,8, 10.12,14,18 20. 22. 24, 26, 28 33; tbeSJj of aectien 31; a?ctiona st " ~r towmlup 133, or range S3. Township* 1M, i 3. and 104i Motion* 2. 4, 6,8. in. U. 14, and 18 th? * ^ of taction 19: s*etions2S 22. ?4 3R, and 28 to3l inolasive; the N W Jf and th? 8', of section 35. ol township 106, of ranre 23. Towrnhips mi, 10?, l'9, and 1<H; aecti-cs 2, 4. and 6; the 8 K <-f section 7, ?t<o <on 8; the 8 X of section 9; section m; suctions 12 and 14 to 35, laolmsive, of township 105, of range 2?. At the Land Offioe at Chatfikl?, ooRimeftoing on Monday, the twelfth dar of Noyembar aext, for the d>spo?al of tHe vaoant lands in the eren numbered $eei*?nt and pert* wliMi, within the undermentioned townships, which remain to the United States, within six miles on each side of the -Mlmetis f'OTi Minneapolis, "via Kanbaa't. to the north line of the State op Iowa,' "fmm Winona, ria St. Peters, to a point on the Big Sioux river." ( and "from La Cresoent, via Tarcet lake. t h. v*,.iey ui iio.it rirer," anbjeot M repaired by lav, to a minimum of two dollert and Aft* centt per act*. Tit: North tkt base line and west eftkt Aftk principal 1 meridian. Township 105, of rangee 4,5,6,7, , 9,10,11,12, is, . 14.16,17,1?, 19. and 8P. , i At the Land Ofioe at Svkkisb Citt, eommaaoing on Monday, the twenty-a?oond day of Oolobar nex*- for the diapoeal of the pablio lands heretofore unutT*?d, ?itested in the following townships and parte of towaahips, n? North of the hat* line and wui of the fomth print* 1 pal tntrtdtaUn Fraetioaal townships <*/ 43. 44, and 46? af range IS Townships 42,43.44, ana 46, or range It. , Townsboa '3 and 4?, of range 19. ; Township 48. of range 19. , Towa?hips ** aad,4Aol range 21. ?- > i.n - ? i#Tr",w" ' 'uojmiivH; ucuoni 20 to ZSL in. ?," -* y."0-",-.!1^ Ai? a.?^5; w^iicw&agvs^Rj vad ?^of tovMkiy M; toVMkiH S, ?, m4 9, *f ^ Jtipn *; the K fc, sod tb* WW H of4j ? , 5 K/l OmmSW Motioa ?r, *E V ob H; UnJ N fc J< of U? N K * MOU ? vv^v SsJ?' . ? .??, sz, ?. as, a, ?., a. U4 aj. of tonr? hip 3?} Mctibn l. I, s. ?ad fc the E H of ;joo 6; wcuooi and : th# a s ?>? ; lAAtiona 10.11. 1*, !* ?.nrt 1J: tH rf W of arittOB 15 eectinna >>. end tZ; tk? N X ol aeoUoe Motioaa 24. X. a. 9*. SB, mmI ;4. of tkip Si; &n*bip SJ. ?x??H the W H of imUm 31; toVS* > 96 ia4 31, of fMi? 24 Section* ? And 4; the NE S?'. the !f X of tke ItW !4,aad the IIS of theSJF V ol eaetaoa 6; tk? NE C r>f ??ctior 8: aeetiooa in 1} unrt 14; tti? K lit U? H X of the IfWjf, th? N W \oi lU* NW *, aW the K H of the 8W of otten 2fc etna M; ih lion *, except the b ?V % wf tke s W of tovnaki* M; aectiona a, 4.6.S, 10, U. 14. IS, 2?. 22, 24, 98, 23, 90, S3, and 94, of fowc*hip Sfc_eeoboaa 1 to 15. ino aii ve; tlieN >? of aeouon T7; eootiona M, 9n, 22. 2S, wid 24; the N S Of aeetioa >5; ??etioa? ? ?.??, Si. A ma ? t * * - QL> tikMiaak a M f >! e I !iDU Ul U'VQPHip ??'? flV) II BWMVM lowuthip <3. of ran?<? 25 8*?ttnna 2.4.4. t 10,12, H. It, *>.22.24. ud 2S; the N K, the N 3?; of tha ?K M. and the N fcof tk? ?W J? of aeetion21; the Nl% \ tk? EX of the N W <*, and the N W \ of the N W V of eaetton ?. of u.wnahip 34; *eoti<>na 1 to ?, ino!na?ra; etione : and in: the N H of aretion 11; ee?t??ne 12.14. M, 2(>, 22. 24.5*. 2*,3>,32, and 34. of tovnahlp*; kiWB hip 3". fraction%J lownahip 43, of rang* #. S*<Ki*na J, 4. rt, o. lo, 12, and 14. aaetioa It. except the SW >4 of th? j?\V to: the N H. the N S of SW fc. au?t the N >, rf.tw BE \ of aeetion 2 ; aao ttona 22 and 24; the N ' ? of the > K *4 of eectina JR, of townahip 34; aectinna 1.?,4,*, . 10,12,14,1*,>8, 22.34.26.28,3". 33, and 34, of tovuafcip 8ft; eeouooa 1 to 18, peltmive; e*eti <na 20 to 2H, inalaalTa; eeeti"n? 90, 32, 34 and 35, of townahia 36; tOVnahip 41; fractional tovnakipa 44 and 45, of raace T. At the I,*rd OIRce at Potrr.AirD, eovanwiu on Monday, the fifteenth day of October next, for the diapoa&l of the pablie ianda heretofore nnojfered. aitaated in tha following town?hipa and fraction** tovoahipa, vis: VMfi tkm Kiate /taW n/fia /Merfl ? imt I 4ivr*f YJ ??V I-WJI i ?f?? ?VT#I V/ 'wm j srewr wrw r* ? |Ki/ meridian. Fractional township 61, of range I. Fractional township en, ud towaship CI, of rance2 Fraction*! townships 59 ard fie, of ranges. Fractional to wnsnips 68 and s9. of rang* ?. Fractional township 58, Md townsaip 9, of r&nse S. Friotional townships 57 and 58 ofrange Fractional township* 55 and 56, and township 57 of range 7. fractional townships 54 and 56, and towaahip M, of rang* 8. Fractional townihipa 53 and 54, and township 56, of rang* 9. Lands appropriated by law for th? of sehools, Indian, military and other purposes, will t? as eluded fr< m the sales. The tracts along the lin?? of the railroads will be sold, subject to the right of way, granted by act of 4th August l*5i, for said railroads, and the particular tracks out by the routes will be sold as containing the quantities respectively showa on the official r> ats, without deductions. The (Bering of the above land* will be ommenoed on tha d\?s tppomttd. and will prooeed in the order in which tney are advei tued until the whole ahall have t.cen offered, and the sale* thus closed; but no vale shall be kept open loiter than two week*, and no private entry of an* of the lands wi'l be admitted until after the expiiation of the two weeks. Given under idt hand, at tha City of Washington, this seventh da* of Jaly, annj Domini one thousand eight hundred and aixty James Buchanan. By the President: Jos. S. Wilson. Commissioner of the General Land Ofloa. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitWI to the right of pre-emption to any or the lands within the townships and parts of townships above mentioned, is required to establish the same to the satisfaction oT the register and receiver of the proper land office, and mak? payment there/pr at *oon as practicable after iwisf this notice, and befere the day appointed for the (commencement of the publio sale or the lands embracing the tract claimed: otherwise such olain will be idr&tied? jog wilson. ' rnmmiaii/^ilt of the Gfntru I And Hint Note.?Under the regulation* of the Department, an berctofore and now exi?tinir. BO payment eaa b<a made for advertiaing eroolamat one ex or ft to aeeh Bubliatiere aa are sptttedly authorized tojpeMiah by ie i'oinnniaaion*r of the General Land OBoa jy 18 lairlSW.W DENTISTRY. D DENTAL CARD. R. MUNSON Haa returned and rseamed kle Brofe?aion. t'ffioe ar.d houae at 4#3 E ?f. third door eaat of Pixth. In additioa t MBf very o'her approved atyle. Dr. M. haa ewt^*?' * tee?h on votcinite But for the laat thrae yearn, ud, from ex?<>rienoe, knows it exoels all other*, and is one-third lee* in prioe than gold His old patron* of Washington, Alexandria, and Georgetown are respectfully sofioitad to oa'l. an tS-eoiy D DENTAL NOTICE. R. LOOM IS Has eloeed hi* oftoe for the sea on, and will be alieent, a* usual, during the Mm mer mouth* ; will r*?nme practice about the 1st of October, of which further notice will be given. 17 l?-tf D DENTISTRY. R. HJLLS, after a jpraotioa: tact of fro year* feel* that he oan with confidence reoom meed the CheoplaatioProoeaa for ictertincflMBa artificial teeth. It has the advantage* or"'11 trength, beauty, oleanlinea*. and cneapneaa. Pal *?er seta inserted for ftJi. Partial in proporboa. Oioe 306 Pa. arenas ?t WOOD AND COAL. WOOD A N D? ? . . COAL Delivered to all parte of the city, at th? iowMt possible^ T. J. k W. M. 6ALT, 0f**e 8*8 Pa. ? ., between 11th and 15th rta. ma 17-tf north aide. T~HE SUBSCRIBER HAVING ON HAND an extensive stoek of FUEL, ia prap4i,N * sell at a very low figure for oaen. u/J a- ' I l ? ? vuv cawni uu cpill muj USB. Call And for yoarMLL R. W. BATES, Wood and Coal Dauir, ma H 8. K. corner of Fort?nth and C eta. DHK. 1. BOVEE MM IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS, Are now being iwd from Maine to the Great 8aM Lake, aoi tfte nniveraal verdiet of all who nee them either aa a mtdxcin* or aa a Irrrra**, la that they are unacrpased in the world. Dr. Uoda need tfiem nooeaafnllr in hia praotioe for IB year a bacon we pnrohaaed of him the eole right to maanifccture and present them fur aale to the pub 10. Por the our? of Incipient Consumption, Indirection, Dye p^paia. Pilea. Nervoae Diaeatee. Female Coin p!aiDta, and all oaeea r?e airing atonic, th?y are beSond doubt a mmt lnvaioaMe remedy. Aaide from leir medicinal properties they are a pare, wholsK>me and delightful Beverage, producing all the pleanant exhilerating eflocta of Brandy or Wine without their injuriooa reanlte. Let all friratfa of humanity Ml advooatee of tempera/toe aeaiat ua in anbetitainxthflee valuable Vegetable Bitiera for the miner*! piiions and admitermud Lifvtri with whioh the oonntry ia flooded, aad thereby effrc?ua.iy aid in bamahii:g Diaeaaa aad Drunkeneee irom ui? iana. .. CHAKLES* WIDDIFIKLD * CO., l*rofriexcr?, 7* WilTiamjtreet, Nrv York ? SCHWARZE. AkvBtt WMhlriRtoa, D.C. DR. J. BOVF.B DODS' IMPERIAL OIN BITTERS, for iiite*M0a of the K'dc*?*. Bladder ud Unury Organs, and especially for Fmutl* Obatrootiopa, never fall to ours, ax.d are warranted to (IT* Htiilaotion. CHARLES WIDDIFIELD & COproprietor!, T? William at., Net York. J. ?CH WARZK. Jw 7-ly.r Agent. WMlnBito?,l). C. JOY FOR THESIOK AND SUFFERING. LET ALL WHO ARE AFFLICTED READ! APPLY THE REMEDY , REJOICE* HEALTH. friend, do you suffer? Are you the victim ofW ui muie coiDerom uiimdu vueb arise troa iaeurity of th? What are they, do jom ukf Ra-therark, whit are they Dot? 'J he bloMiatM ouroe of lite and health, and it is tie ftret elereeat of oar being to reapoud to My oaaee which ffrote th* system, as the pulse infallibly attests TheavOT prevailing Neatalgia. the imhnii Kryape as. the eahtle&orolaia. the agonising Rheamattam, Notvoas Debili y, Dyapapaia, Liver Coaiylaiat with its torpor aad dejection, and Ue aamberless ills that flesh is heir to. derive their hideous origin fro* the Bood. Deal kiodiy thea aod gaatly with the Wood. s? the vitalizing ree^areee of aatare for its aid. and safer as te commend to yoar oocfideaoe aad ase that traly valuable medieameat kaown as INDIATf r%GE TAtoLKrDSMCQGTIOIt. With regard to this alaMMt ianllihie aseeilo a alar sentiment has spoken ia d raided tanas, the evidewaee of this great eftoaey are saetAincd hv MMIltaat MWAvmla ? ? J ta- happieat reealta from ita aee ara aAar all oU?r remediee ud the beet medical skill hare failed. L?i m Mr,La eoTiolusioa, UM MTtlBMlM , ourM are not aoofht from the illiterate asd itMrfieitl, bat they are voiontrered from the moit re pe?table eouroM en1 jartify the highaet tarn* la ahioh it ia po??ible to ?ownend eo aalaabia a P^oifia to pab.'ie approval. Wa may add also that the curative pro pert tee of the m?diaia? an e^aalled only by tu restorative effeata. the ariUa recover lot from dieeaea with renewed conititot tonal riaer. For aale bv all rueeeo table Dragrwte la thia oity, and by the proprietor, MRK. M. COX, ^ Nona renaina an lea a bar name ia brown aa the bottU aad har eeal aa the aork WkoUtml* Attnt. R. 7, T. CI88KL, finaM, Genrcetnvn. li C., WkoMt Aflatlor twDU M??, JM wi.l Mpplr Um trad* kl mj pnmi. ? u-tr vhMh th?7 W9T* imported. KINO ft BURCHKLL, ? ? Fift??U 0L ZU TwMt ??. A..R.K J?*W wM'l^Swto S' I,lfr .UL SIBIggBfF ' MBPicmm JNPEOTINE: % #-*<:* f r k OE, 'If ^ +4 ijn ^ , | jj -tfr M ?# #* ? : A A O A A i ? ? A A v A Jl Jk A mil AND AGUE BITE* MI It AMD TU HUMAN CONtTmmON IATBO PtOM WftSCK. 4 *4 THE PREVENTIVE AND REMEDY i. ' -" II MtAU. INTERMITTENT AND BILIOUS FEVERS CURBS INSURED III A BAY. NATURE'S CRANB RESTORATIVE. ; W v INFECTIVE, IirTECTlNE. 1NFKCT1NM, inrtCTIN*. infkctink, isrscriitf. m Th? twnbl* an.lm*r htnM U* PS VSR AGUK ku Mitm ktodrWt of ttwwifc of fftfriobb thr?*|ho?t tb? vorM rrory rw. mi Mi nrvor till lot boas n*t by iwwM n<l|| trMta?at tkltkiMt prodMMd imn ,T' MEDICINAL UREASES. wkiokafaot tk? ! (>, tko oplooo. tbo IItot, U? kwt* or ?U*r pwU of U* ta?M orgMlam. Tk? IN PECTIN E M tfeo uMinl MMcoDMtjrfaUJo omtly irIwm tad all Ub*o??ih imHi Umw maJadiM vkiek prostrate tin miad aad My w?k I ilTtfi Porar u4 Apt roralt fl*>a nawoii mmtm. No plaoo is M?npt from tko ?mm vluoh wnrt? tko axirtoaoo oflk* dnw. TUt being oaoo owl od in Ui rntoa, tadaooa dopvoooioo of opinio, u itiuii. luiaor. Mill, ah ilka. f?m ui m tmmr train of 41??rMQ?lo Mnwti Ms, Um pi boat of all Htrtr,u4 udooteu hia or Mr tea ooodlUoo of EXTREME H E LPLl'SSNEM. Wlty trill any oao nfir tfca Warrwc* of a Ml ltattag lateraitteat Foror. vkoa W tfco an of tea INVALUABLE IN PECTIN E, am PEB8LAN FETE* CHAJLM. tho Miaoat aad mcimU ^aalitioa of vibe* art iaataatir aboorbo*. ALL TRACES OF DISEASE MAY BE ANNIHILATED IN A FEW HO UBS, BELF-CAKB IS BETTER THAN PHYSIC. i NATURE IS WISER TRAN ART. | EVERY DISEASE EAS A DIVINE REMEDY. THE WISE APPLY WR1LE THE POOLISR DREAM. BETTEE PREVENT TRAN STRIVE TO CURE. DELAYS ARE DANGEROUST1IE INFECTIVE, PERSIAN FIVER CHARM, a* rar*? Uwuudi of baCk mm ?f Dm mo?t WONDERFUL EFFECTS. Lmd BobwII, of PttUbwr, for tm inn wm+laaa to hiaMalf aa4 ?o?wtT-* afitu to CkilU m4 F?t?t?oarod ia 1?m tku thraa waaka, ?ai tmprovad la atgkt ho are. Mary K. 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