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VOLUME V, 'NUMBER 15.
OSKALOOSA, XANSAS DECEMBER 17, 1864.
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THE WOCHDED TOLDXTEEK.
ST JUKX. IU XL W-TOUU.
Jfken broad Potomac' water'i tare,
Beeide the patriotVreeJaarsra;,
Upon a rising ipot of zroluid, """,
When wiUotreet itood weepinj round,
A wounded volunteer vat found.
"What hare welierc?" Before him atood,
Juat in the sh&dOTr of the wood,
A soldier, butof rebel blood.
To turn the wounded patriot tries,
V Sth feeble voice and ttifled tht,
-Oh, welcome, welcome death !" be cries.
The soldier, kneel Inp, drops a tear,
Support his bead and calms his "fear,
While unseen spirits hoTer near,
And angel smiles they pro, to to
Sneh kindly lor and charity.
911! gaae titer, nt unwillingly. -
"Ot.rre sae drink.:" the wounded cries,
As on his too ke casts his eyes,
VKh pleading look of glad sarptiw.
Dora where the tneadow grass is green,
And a line of silver li'ut is seen,
The soldier (Ills hi. ll;lit canteen.
And backward then, with bssUning speed,
A friend in word, a friend In deed,
if praise he gains the highest meed.
The cap is drained. "Full well yon know
In the late strife I was your foe
' Let enmity no further go."
"Thank, brother, thinks; the past is past;
My sands of life are running fast;
Each labored brealh may be my last.
Ala! not where wi please
To some on downy bds of ease
.Where stretch the frozen Arctic seas
Death comes. And not to me alone
The kin; calls not his Ufa his own;
And we do reap as we have sown.
Where Erie's wavelets break-in foam,
And Ceccy snows of winter come,
1 have a father, friends and-home.
And, comrade, if it e'er shall be
That you my gray-haired sire shall sac,
Tell him to shed no tear for mc ;
That for the cause e reckoned riht,
I Core me bravely in the flght,
From noon till cloid't!ie shades of night y
And he who ftlU In Freedom's cause.
For native lanJ, his country's laws,
Is worthy of too best applause."
A moment swells his breait ith pride.
The faithful watchers upward elide,
'.' And in the eebel's arms he died!
And in Chief rebel skirts is found
The blood that crieth from the ground
! BeaT'n a deep and wailing sound.
A Legend of Sew England.
T JOHN G. tvniTTIEK.
One hundred Tears ago! tho liunler
who ranged the hilU and foresls of New
England, fought against other enemies
than the brown bear and the panther,
The hasbandman, as he toiled in the
plain, or the Barrow dealing, kept close-
Ij by his side a loaded weapon; and
wrought diligently and firmly in the
aidst of peril. The frequent crack of
the Indian ride was heard in the still
depths of the forest the death-kaell of
the unwary hunter; and, ever and anon,
ihejlame of .som? devoted faim-house,
whose dweliers had been slaughtered
by a merciless foe, rose redly-upon the
darkness of the night time. The wild
and fiery eyes of the heathen gleamed
throagh the thick underwood of the
,. sorasts.upoB the passing of the worship
jpersof the only true God; and the war
waoop rang shrill and loudnnder the
very walls of the sanctuary of prayer.
Perhaps bo part of New England af
fords a wider field for the researches of
the legeadary, than that portion of Mas
sachusetts Bay, formerly known as the
proTiace of if aiac. There the ferocious
Norridgewock held his stern councils,
and there ,the tribes of the Penobscot
; went forth with song and dance to do
battle upon the white man, There, the
romantic and chivalrous Chastic? im
mured himself in the forest's solitudes,
aad there, tkejligt-hearted Ralle the
. A'tstljawl ifiedesBit gallwed to-
getker the broken strength of the Nor-
lidgewock.tnd built up in the great wil
sJeraeKa temple o tke true God. There,
too, tie perished in the dark onslaught
of the Colonists perished with many
woands, at the very foot of the Cross,
which his own hands had planted. And
, tbtre tBeNorrWgewocks fellone after
"another in stern and meeaplaining
jriieMiisser-aking nor gifiajr quar-J
ter, aally. resisted :fee white spoiler
.apsfthsf threshold of their, saasecrated
pUee of wct6pi?iBdiinwiew?o? their
wirss sajldrea- , j
The. followiag isone among many
legeawsof iWilntfje fencontres of the
Whi.e,jUB wMsh are
yet preserved i5 the ancient resofdl and
uaajtiea of Maine. The simple and
i ' t
It was a sultry evening towards the
lust of June, 1722, that Capt. Harmon
and the Eastern Rangers urged their
canoes up the Kennebeck river, in par
suit of their savage enemies. J$m hours
they toiled diligently at the oar. The
last trace of civiliiaUoawaii Jeff behind.
and the long sbadrjws of 'the skirting
forests "met lind blended in the middle
of the broad stream which wound dsikly
through them. At every sound from
the adjacent shores the rustling wing
of some night bird, or the quick foot
step of some wild beast the dash of
the oar was suspended, and the ranger's
grasp tightened on his rifle. All knew
the peril of the enterprise; and that
silence which is natural to men, who
feel themselves in the extreme of jeop
ardy, settled like a cloud upon the mid
night adventurers. '
- 'Hush softly men!' said the watch
ful Harmon, .in a voice, which scarcely
rose above a hoarse whisper.as hiscaacl
swept around a ragged promontory,
'there is a light ahead !'
All eyes were bent towards the shore.
A tall Indian fire gleamed up amidst tbe
great oaks.csstinga red and strong light
upon the dark waters. For a single
and breathless moment the operation of
the oar was suspended, and every ear
listened with painful earnestness to
catch the well known sounds, which
seldom failed lo indicate the proximity
of the savages. But ttli was now .silent.
With stow and faint movements owho
oar, the canoes gradually approached
.the suspected spot
The landing was
cneeteu in silence. Attcri
tiouslv for a considembW distance in
the dark shadow, the parly at length
ventured within the broad circle of the
light, which at first attracted thelat
tcniion. Harmon was at their head,
with an eye and a hand, as quick as Qse
ol the savage enemy whom he sought
The body of u fallen tree lay across
the path. As the rangers wer n the
point of leaping over it, the coarse whis
per 6f Harmon again broke the silence.
'God of heaven!' he exclaimed, point
ing to the tree. 'See here ! 'tis the
work of the cursed red skins !
A smothered curse growliotr, on the
lips of the rangers as they bem grimly
forward in thedirection pointed oat by
their commander. Blood was sprinkled
on the rank grass, and a human hand
the hand of a white man lay en the
bloody log !
There was not a word spoken, but
every countenance workedwith' terrible
emotion. Had the rangers followed
their own desperate inclination, they
would have hurried recklessly onward
lo the work of vengeance; but the ex
ample of their leader, who had regained
his usual calmness am! self-command,
prepnied them for a less speedy, but
more certain triumph. Cautiously pas
sing over the fearful obstacle in the
pathway, and closely followed by his
companions, he advanced stealthily and
cautiously upon the light, hiding him
self and his parly as much as possible
behind 'the thick trees. In a few mo
ments they obtained a full view of the
obiect of tnw search. Stretched at
their length around a Luge fire, but at
a convenient distance from it, lay the
painted and half naked forms of twenty
savages. It was evident from their ap
pearance, that they had passed the day
in one of their horrid revels, and that
they were now suffering under the ef
fects of intoxication. Occasionally, a
grim warrior among them started half
upright, grasping his tomahawk, as if to
combat some visionof his disordered
brain, but.unable lo shake off the stupor
from his senses, uniformly fell back into
his former position.
The rangers crept nearer. As they
bent their keen eyes along their well
tried rifles, each felt perfectly sure of
hit aim. They wailed for the signal of
Harmon, who was endeavoring to bring
his long musket to bear upon the head
of the most distant of the savages.
Firo !' he at- length exclaimed, as the
sight of his piece interposed full' and
distinst between his eye and the wild
scalp-lock of the Indian. 'Fire and
rush ob '
The sharp voiee of thirty rifles thrill
ed through the heart of the forest;
Then was a groan a satotbered cry
a wild and'convulsive movement among
the sleeping Indians; aBd all again was
. The rangers. sprang forward with their
dubbed muskets and, hunting knives;
but ll)t-ir work was done. The Bed Ilea
bad gone to their last audit before the
Great Spirit, and ao.aonnd was, heard
among them safe' tho gurgling of the
hot blood from their lifeless bosoms.
They werejeft unhurried oathe place
of their leveling i prey to .the foul
birds of .the air, and the'ravenoas beasts
of the wilderness. Their scalps were
horne homeward in triumph by the suc-j
eesaful rangers, whose children and
grand-children shuddered, long, after,
at the thrilling aarraliQBol, the smid
night adventure. t-
Talk about Health.
BT DIO LEWIS, M . D.
You ask me lo prescribe for you.
You expect medicine. Perhaps yon
hope for whiftey just now the.rage
Tor chronic maladies. But 1 Bhall give
you nothing to swallow. You swallow
too much already.
Of all the maladies, dyspepsia is the
most distressing. To get rid of its hor
rors, you woald part with your right
arm. I believe you. But will you part
with a portion of your table, luxuries?
I fear not. But presuming you aie in
earnest, 1 will prescribe for you.
' . rules, .
l.. Ri arlr. dress warm, and ro t
out. Ifstrong, walk; ifweak, saunter.
Drink cold water three times. Ul all
cold baths, this is best for thu dyspep
tic. After a half hour or more.icome
in for breakfast.
2. For breakfast eat a piece of good
steak half as large as your hand, a slice
ff coarse bread, and a baked apple.
Eat very slowlyt Talk pleasantly with
your neighbors. Read the cheeiful
comments of loyal journals. Avoid
Coppei heads as.you do hoi biscuits und
strong coffee. Drink nothing.
3. Digest for an hour aud then to
your work. I trust' it is in the open air.
Work bard until noon, and then rost
body and mind'iill dinner. Sleep a,!il
lie- Drink water. r
" 4. Fbrv dinner(2 or 3 o'clock) eat a
slice of beef", mutton or fish, as large as
your hand, a pouto, two or threu spoon
fuls of other vegetables, and n slice of
coarse brad. Avoid tomatoes. For
dessert, an apple. Give more than half
an 'hour to. this meal. " Use no drink.
5. After dinner plav anaconda for an
uour.-aow.orn.fi aoc.ai, .or pleasani
games ajjood Urne.
6. ISo supper. A little toast and tea
, . x- r.i. :t ri .
Avon. iar lumwr. win miia vour recov-
7 In warm rnnm hallia vnnr alrin
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with cold water hastily, and go to bed
in a wellHeotilsted , room, before 9 o' -
-Follow this prescription lor three
months, nnd your stomach will
recover that you can indulge !or some 1
time in all borts of gluttonous eating.
Or, i. you hi.ve resolved in the fear
of heaven, lo "present your bodies Iiv
ing sacrifices, holy and acceptable unto
JV-V" 1 "v"l"""'-
God." and will continuejo ent mid work
like a Christian, your distressing raIa-
ill soon be forgotten.
Old notions of Future Punishment.
The celebrated Dr. Whitson was con
vinced (hat the great comet which ap
peared in his day was hell. He im-g-
ined Jt remarkably niieu lor utai pur-
pose Dy Its nry vapor, anu us alternate
plunges, now into the frozen extremity
of space, now into the scorching heat
of the sun. A Taimuaic wruer (jew
ish traditionalist,) after eom other de
scriptions, say a:
'There are also in hell seven abodes,
in each abode seven thousand caverns,
in each cavern seven tbonsand clefts, in
each cleft Mven thousand scorpions ;
each scorpion has seven limbs, and eacb
limb are seven thousand barrels of gall.
There are also in hell seven rivers of the J
raukest poison, so deadlv that if one
touches it he bursts.' 'Why,here,' drawled the imperturba-
This description abounds with the ' ble sucker, laying his hand 011 the Mex
Jewisb idea of seven, which pervades 'ican with whom il was descried to com
all the Hebrew theology. Jonathan Ed- . municate 'he can't speak nothing else.'
wards, the distinguished UalvimsUc di
vine and revivalist of last century, thm
speaks of tho state of future woe :
The world will probably be convert
ed into a great lake or liquid globe of
fire a vast ocean of tire in which tbe
wicked shall be overwhelmed, which
will always be in tempest, in which they
shall be tossed to and fro, having no
rest day or uight, vast waves or billows
of fire continually rolling over their
beads, of which they shall forever be
fall of a glaring, melting fire, fierce
enough to melt .the very rocks and ale
menu ; and, also, they shall eternally
be fall of the most quick and lively
sense, to feel the. torment; sot for one
miaata. aor for oae age. nor for two a
ges, aor.for a. hundred ages.Bor for ten
hundred 'ages, aor for tea thousands of
millions of ages, one afleranother, but
forever ;and ever, without any end at
all, never, never to be delivered.
Tbe lady whose dress was 'too dirty Ihbusewives keep their pretty daughters
to wear, and not dirty enough to be fod tbefr preserves fr- sonar xirn oc
washnd, had a matter of serious import fpasionsome 4bi bug tor tber till,
to decide. - both turn soar.
Tacts for Housekeepers.
A green corn dish for breakfast:
Boil more than enough for dinner, take
tbe remaining ears the next morning,
and with a sharp knife cut throagh ev
ery row of kernalu; then scrape them
from the cob, put them in a, saucepan,
add a little salt, and a very small piece
ot Duller; turn on milk'enougu to cover,
and beat till the mhk boils.
A breakfast cake: Two cuds corn
meal, one cup flour, teaspoon !u! salt,,
tablespoqnful molasses, imp cups cold
water, or milt, atea'sjobnfulsodV., ' .
The yeasFpreparedjrihe Hungari
ans will keep for'aiwhole year. ur--ing
thesumraer season they, bpil.a quan
tity of wheaten bran and hops, in water;
the decoction is not longia fermenting,
aud when lliis has taken place they
throw in a sufficient portion of bran to
form llje whole into u thick paste, which
they work into balls that. are afterwards
dried by a slow heat. Vhen wanted
for use they are broken, and boiling wa
ter is poured upon them; having stood
n proper time, the fluid is decanted, and
in a fit state for leavening bread.
Pickles already made c in be preserv
ed by putting in a few roots of horse
radish. If tbe vinegar is pure, and clear,
they may be kept for months without
A tablespoonful of flour to eacli
squash and pumpkin pie is equal in val
ue to one egg.
Paper, torn up in small inch bits,
makes a good bed, as substitute for' hair
or feathers.' '1
Put some juice of the frost grape in-
your old cider, if you w.ould make
Give your hens with their food at the
i ate of a .teaspoon ful of cayenne pepper
every.otlier day lo a dozen fowls. It
mikes them lay finely.
The number of bones in the frame
ork oflhe human body is, 260 IOC of
which are in the festaad hands, there
being 27 in each.
The quantily of blood in ndulta is, on
AVer.T' HOJUt JO pounds, which uass
e .through tlio heart once in four min
utes. Only one-tenth of the human body i
tio'itt matter. A dead body weighing
120 pounds was dried in an oven till all
ihei moisture was expelled, and jt
weight was reduced to 12 pounds.
Egyptian mummies are bodies thoroug
ly dried, mid usually weigh about sev
The lungs of an adult ordinarily ic-
lmm () f.uhir inrli..a .if wir nt iiiiix nntl
---- -- -.. --F
jf wo breiithe 20 m0s ;,, A mhniCe, the
quantily of air consumed in that lime
wi 800 cubic indleS or 48000 j.
.1 1 . ..-... -
, s an.' . . "nu '. mow m a
Udy, wicii equal. 10 vigiiiy-six nogs -
The Man that Spoke Mexican
;i , , , . . . ' ,
Gen. Won), the braye and heroin sol-
I o'er oi uuena vista was aairicianu rig-1
id iliscinlinarian as well as a ira anl and
l!l,J mi r 1. ' ..r
: nccuiiipiiiji;u juiucef. 1 lie lonowing
I 'good un which Cant. Tobln. tells as
happening in camp roust hare excited
the iiery liule Gc leral to a decree.
"',wi.:i.. .::.,:..: i.t. w :
, " """ 1U,,UB " -H, mqne Mexican
j wws s,''u. 'o 111s presence wnose
uemeauor uenoieu the import 01 some
weighty communication which he wish
ed to deliver.
The general could not speak Spanish,
ho his interpreter was Nought in vain
A long specimen of a sucker, who from
,the outer style of his dress, the General
took, perhaps, for a ranger happened at
that moment to straggle past.
'Come here, my man.' called out the
General. Willi an aimf perfect non
chalance the sucker doffed his battered
castor and entered the tent.
Do you speak Mexican V enquired
'Why. General, I rather guess not,'
'Well, can you tell me of some one
who does !'
Yes sir-eo I jist can,' answered the
'Quick, then, let me know where he
it?' demanded the irascible commander.
Capt. Tobiu lefi just then.
Trctu and Fiction. The Archbish
op of Canterbury said one day (o Gar
"Pray inform me how it is llint you
gentlemen of 'the stage can affect your
auditory with things imaginary as if they
were leal, while wuof the Church speak
of things real which many of our con
gregation receive as ibings'imaginary."
"Why,'' replied' Garriok.O'ihe reason
is plain. We actors speak of things im
aginary as if they were real; while too
many in the pulpit speak of things real
as if they were imaginary."
Ills' grace bowed to tbe reproof of
The climax of superfluous politeness,
hsSibeen declared to be that of holding
an uasbrella over a duck ia the rain.
How many fond mothers and-frugal
A Yankee Boy.
. A tourist tells the following storv :
We recently.mei our friend.Dr. Lord.
lormerly of. Boston. He has been a res-
ident of.this section for about six years.
During his first fewjyears he was.exten
sively engaged in buying woo), and. on
one occasion, becomiag .a little bewild
ered with the muhinlicitv of crooked
roads over the broad prairies, he rode
up lo a small cabiu.inckned ia.a clutab
of .locust trees, and hailed a white-headed
boy, perched on top of a heneoop :
'Hello, boy !'. . d t t
1 recktfo you're a 'straaeer V wan
Look here, sonny.'
' I ain't your sonny.'
'No, you ain't my sonny, but if yoa
jump down and come here, I'll give you
The boy sprang as if alighting from
wasp's nest, and coming an to the
stranger, exclaimed : &
Well, old boss, what is it?'
I've lest my way and don't know
where I am. Can you tell me ?'
'Yes, you're siltin' on that boss.'
Mr. LordHaughed at the bov's wit
ana handed him a dime. The bov took
the -money, looked npon it with singled
feelings of wonder and deliffhLaad said:
'I reckon you must have a power of
money t t
Why so ?'
'Cause you shell it away so.'
t 'What's your father's name ?'
'Ah, yei.l.know him. He grows
wool, don't ho?'
No, but hi sheep duz.'
If you knew mi, mj lad, you would
bo more respectful in your replies. I'm
a friend of your father; my name is Lord.
'Oh, yes,' exclaimed the astonished
lad. 'I've hearn-pap read about you in
the Biblt,'andtartinv for thehouse'on
a dead run, luvb tiled' out t the lop of
his voice, 'Mother, moiher ! the Lord,
js out here on horseback, atid has lost
his way )L
THe following toal:wBs ivn atahe
Printer.-' festival in Boston, on li.e birth
day of Krnukliug:
Woman's HiuiiTd. Ifsheranuot be
Captain of a hii; Ship, may she always
command an almighty ouacic.
33T Punch has lately heard of a Pro-
einm who. has just .discharged an old
ami laithlui Mfrmiit, becut) Hi-- poor
fellow happens to huve a nom.'in nose.
Jt3r"An eminent ariist of this rity is
getting up a 'panorama of lawsuit.
It opens in the year one, and' close
J t is very curious,' said an old jjen-
tlera:,M to bis frieu,Jt
llint a watch
ould be perfectly dry when il has a
Music is a prophecy of what life is to
1 be; the rainbow of promise, translated
jou of ste5 JlUo hbuti'
A bachelor lately deceased, has left
the large sum of 83000 for the inven
tion of a shirt without buttons!
What are the most unsociable things
in the world ? Milestone you nevet
, see two of them together.
Why is a vain young lady like a con
firmed drunkard ? Because neither of
them nie satisfied with a moderate use
of the glass.
The Albany Knickerbocker cannot
see what Philadelphia wants with a
school of Design for women. when lliey
sre designing enough already.
'A friend of the lamented Hood, on
whom tho punstrr's mantle seems to
have fallen, says of him
' 'Poor Hooill died of pure generosity
to gialify the undertaker, who wish
ad to URR A. LIVELT-HOOD.
An Irish sailer, as he was riding,
made a pause. The hore, in .healing
off the flies, caught his hind foot in the
stirrup.- The sailor observing it, ex
claimed, how, now. Bobbin, if you are
going to get on. 1 will get off, for by the
powers, I will not ride double with you.
'Do you find my eyes expressive of
my leelings? said a sentimental lover
lo a lady he. desired to pleas1.
'0, yea ! I presume so,' said the lady,
they unike me think of n Codfish dying
with tho tooth acho!'
TAX DEEDS TAX DEEDS!
JcvrEStON Ocsrr. Kansas. (
THE fullswpig Luioi Unridermrd lan!s and
Town l4fe sold oh tho daya rei forth ia
-itali list, iar 1
rTaz. Cost and l'enaltv duo 01
-r!i nsrcel. tor ine u:inqii-nt 1 ar ot .1. u.
1862, vl b the amBitf" ol Tax charged -n I inter-
1 ol Ti
1 to the last day l tiijemption,
ia lii-re Willi
itsti a provided b law :
JSld Mav'MJammwiK) for lunini;iion will
Name DeMnplion Sec T R. Acr. 9 et.t
'JelrS., - NEi 31 919 1(0 285,
CJarhe B C N S E i S i 79 i? 19 50 VO
Carter Tecs S X N JV 1 3 ' M ,8J-fe
' " S M i ID 9 1! 160 2-5 45
Hoski ajtill part wsiianir i 29 9 19 l'J 3
11. hand J T . S E i
Piueci; vV L jart ui s I a e.J
9 0 2i 40 2345
n e J no i
RinJobli C C
29 919 It'll 19 49
8 9 19 160 2. fto
9,8 ij A 323
16 9 JJ 16J 33 5
2 i 9 20 ')' 9 35
31 9 2J 160 33 15
319) ICO 5840
N W Ir J
prt of rf'IrV-
C 10 20 133 2535
12 9 18 160 3l 0
U'9 13 16) 3100
9 9 19 .163 31 10
9 9 19 16!) '31 00
39 919 801C20
JU9 19 SO 1500.
Village of Oskalooea.
Lot li'ucit '
l'.erce A J
. 7 "2L'
Unknown Boucher 8 add. II i3
TkeoHiie s if ihc fol'owir. arc all unkeOTH):
Lot"3 4 10 11 & 12 ia block 5 eaehv $1 50
Lw I 4 5 9 in Block II each I 41
Lots 2 3 C10 &. 11 it -C, each 'l'S
a i ol Bicwk "E . 3 7i
Low 1 2 3 4 4 ia Rock " each 1 18
Lot 10 in lit. ck 11 Lou 3 Jt 5 in Blck X
lot 4 in block Q lot 5 iu block P lot 10 in
block It each
Lou 23450 U& 12 in A
Lot I in lilnrk X
4 5 & 6 in 2 each
lo: 7 io bloek'3
lou2 3 9 it 10 in 4 each . .
lot 14 15 Jt 16 in 3 neb
13 14 15 it 16 in 5 each
It & 16 in 7 each
14 in 9, 4 In 10, 3 in It, 1 A It in 12,'each
15 in 14,:11 in 11
5 111 lo
10 in 15
12 5 0 7-89 in 25' each
Sold Mayth,IS63. Time for Redemption will
Mpire Mj 6ih,l865.
.Vjme i-ettript:on .US.T RAcr. Ain't
AikcuiN SWISEi 18 8"20 40 7 73
J.ay G S Hide KEJ 5 8 20 60 10 70
UaHbidI)A SEjSE; 318 19 40 9 33
Uohb Lewis S WI &ZI 19 160 29 60
CawbeU J SV S i S E i 25 8 18 .40 9 33
l)w.'r A 8WI ' 1 '8 IS 160 '5215
iordjif iNttfE.Ji ' -29 80 80 13 09
" " Wi.t,2 23 8 19 8J 2u 15
Mi.IrDr SSi 13 8 19 160 5365
auriiirf K w ol.L?aT RvaJB
Attn. ft. cor. . w 1 9 8 20 3 3.15
irojtl Lyman S E i. 17 8 20 160 41 9&
S oitou Jlr? 11 e c-r. ot.n vv 25 S 19 20 4S5
Tne ourucrs ct tbe iylluwuii; tmcu ui land are
aii unMwwu : T
nlsu t3219 50 19 19 tw 125 7 19 160 26 59
11 tr.i 2G3;c01G0 2G39 , nwi 138 18 iCO 4635
J w;f 21S20 1CoJ97Jllr'i36riS160 26t,0
w y 9 7 2016.33 55 e 1-5 7 20 100 26 6U
N W corner ol iN W Ji 36 8 1? 116 22 SO
NEKWJ 36819 40 2J
a U 01 S W.Li It S 19 '80 It 13
Village of .Winchester.
J jnes Bdw.rJ ltt 12 3 1 i.5 in Block 1
L'nnuka Li 1 2 3 4 111 U. k n each
Lot 3 111 Ulok ,13
Grasshopper Palls Township.
0 d Jday 7ili.lSL3. Tlxelurltedniprion will
exr My 7.ti,l365
i.ime Ui-edition ST IS Acr. Ami
Aiiinau 1) L .s I .N U i 8 & 18 SO 5 70
Uit-.r F .N E U 36;l7iD0,MU5
Uoir- J U 5 n.'ies 1:1 w t ui aw
ol u: 11 e I
" 7 asttiois wiofni
Ca CU-s . I ui S I-, 1
CjoK Aron (A.iiu'u; s i',
' - L V t
Don -cr tilia S E 1
touf;iiiui & Coh i s E i
E ii J E i
la 3 13 5-2 5'
118 13 '7' 310
i 8 .7 210 14 C5
31 8 iS i'.b .5 3U
27 7 la 160 t9 -i)
26 8 17 luO 9j
17 41i 3UI8 0j
9 ij i7 3J iS e5
XKJ( 9 8 17 1t"0 299-
4817 it.6 -99
X K H 4 8 17 1j7 23
NWl ' i S 17 .5 29 70
a Jol' 10 0 7 320 53 7U
i W H la S 17 16J 29 9j
- Ji Wi 118 17 1009 95
S V i 31 a 13 161 30 13
ti VV it 8 la 165 33 79
SEJi 317 13 160 29 95
S VV X 5 S 13 U-0 32 5j
rsrrill L.ik X H 6 i lid .0 to r2 00
&XSl US 16 So 22 00
Fa-iUDj; J 5 .' 35 7 13 :160 3i Oj
Olis K. M;EJ 238 17 80 31 20
Uittnwcct) A a K Ji 2J 8 17 160 53 15
N-VVJS 35717 ItiO
XE1 3.7 17 160
W X 317 17 320
W JiNEi 16 o 17 fcO
Eride.N' W H 16 8 17 90
E ; S a 118 17 70 .
K E X 21 8 17 160
NEl 22dl7 18
SWi 24 817 16.1
SEJ 2d 8 17 160
W bide N U 26 8 17 C5
X end K I cf N w i !) 8 17 9
NVVJJ 35 3 17 150
s'i 36 3 17160
SEi 36 8 17 160
M E J 6 3 13 160
SE1 32 71316014310
PkrrottG SWi, 28 17160 347.
Pirick AG NINE! 18 3 13 30 21 69
Shear bower M E - rf K 1 2 3 IS SO 16 80
Stephens US w ride el nwi 19 3 IS 34 1790
Sumuieilctl E H VV ! .'(1 7 18 IG't 3i 05
Tnomujn It VV ri W 1 16 8 17 luO 34 70
X VV.' . 21 8 17 1C0 19 50
,' NE,t ,103 17 160 34 70
" l St: - 3 8 17 160 i3 s5
The oncr of tbe loilow'mg Uctcribed. tracts
of land are all Unknown :
noqr26717 16032U5 11 eqr 128 16 ICO 3520
w qr 25 3 16 16J S 20 , s o or 11 S 17 160 31 70
w qr 11 8 17 160 54 70 1 11 u qr WS 17 'to 4 70
seqr 3817 160 5:168 awrqr 3 8 13 160 40 5o
eqr 4 818160 4050 1 uwqr20 8 IS 160 Z995
N E quarter ' 210 17 40 StO
Esiduu w quartsr 9 7,18 t0 15 70
VV iulf S E quiiiir 14 S 17 80 1U05
E Mdc X E quarter , 24,8 171283205
L ot Ur. C:t-tik S ol 51 acres
N of S E quarter -31 8 18 21 5 50
Village of Gra3thepper Palls.
Unilin tlUu23ft4rUo 2
ilunn J A 7 4 8
Loii 0 61 3 in Itlock S3 eicL
Loip3 4 57 8du91nlllock91 each
Luis II and 12 in Ulock 93 each
l,oi.s 3 and 10 in block Jt each -' s
U.I 11 in block i
Lot 3 in Block 10
Lois 3 9 and.10 iu Block 17 eacb
Lou 4 and 5 in Block 19 tacb
Lot 7 in Block 19 - 1 l
C m 2J
14 3 in " 24
" Min " 24
Lou 3 unl 7 iu ll'Ock 26 each
",.6 111 27. nd 5 iu 31 etcfc
" 19 and Hill 28 ach
" 1 2 ;tfl iO'U awl 12 !n 31 eich
" 4 5 6 n . 7 in 34. Sli '. .
'' 9 in 36. aud 12 in 39 ch
3 4 57 8 and 11 itj 42 each
- 4 in uiock i
" 4 i Block 51
4 in it ikIc 57 ,
" 4 41k1'4iu58
- 2 4 and 12 in 2 eaca"': "& "& ifiHlf'
u 4 in 60, ani 6 aud T id 68 eacb 9M iZ
C m 69. 5 in 73, 6 iV77;atJaaifciJ.4erB
laud 2 in 8i, each,, '- -..l ,
lnnd2iaS3 eadi - 5, , f,-M.,,
3 5 6 7 8 and 10 in 9. 3t 3 in K, kdR? ia I
1 oitd 3 fnl. -r. IvJ iir 3. 1,2 il aad 6" asi ti
12 in 11, 4JJ il and 12 inJti, i Mid 1 -
Bide l.'ti li. 15. 16, 17. 13. 19. L 21. at.. .. .
.t .. 1C :? .j -,o -j.i 'il n, ,'i
36. 37. :, .,'40! Wi,:u,4t.4m,'jlT.n ajh mc
ia, 'j, e, a;to-,,2j, ai.-uud m. eaca I 38
fold ilaj Sth. 1363.- Time for Jicdcsaotijn will
expire ilj 8th..lS5. ; t . -
Blfe Wm. TTWT5 qrf oC 4 9 18 T?S3 JliM
IT-pee P S half H w qr of s2t acj AN
JucfoWin. Eirut'- .2Jt,l&,,M
Jea-.cJ.D.Frl whfofiolt 9 1817
n wfrqr ol
3 9.1 117
2 9 17 169
lt17 10 -au
14 .17J6J 16814
23 9iriW 31 t
13 17, IM. 28 fit..
' T r.t ;
Tbe owrnnof the foiiowiag
of laudato ail Uoknoiru ,
awqr 2 9 18,160 3100
e - 89181603100
e " 19 17 160 310a
n e - 13 8 17 ltd 43 19
11 - 14 A 17 lr.nsi aa
wqr 39 ffliesjta-"14
ne 27,9 18 164 SIM
. w 1617 13325 &''
Bii 21918 S6W85
nw" 23 107135262?
nw-26 1017 13426 M
a W' 2 10 18 .18 79
part of N twui.if-Ti w qr
weal half of a e
n w quarter 01 a e "
south half or n e "
un lividrd i ot w -
'u liair n e fractivtiii '
u w quarter o. n c "
E hall n e -
S do w t
n w rractkmai - "
S hah' s e
five .'events of S wr
'.41 9 It
rl 1 85'-
23 9 18
Si 9 18
19 3 4S
-29 9,1 41?-M
b0 9 18
31 18 110 49 6r
3f 18 46 '699 i
1 9"17 86 15 S5 .
1-9 17.174 49 W
' 1 liifi 7-..J
ViDaga of Osawke
Lit 2 and 3 in Block 1
do 145 in !o v ... 35
do 1 4 u4 9 d- leach' , 1,95
doll and 12 iu do 2ech ti3"- r:"'h'9S
do 21,22,23, 24. 25, 26.27, 2dJ.?9Jfi ?e'fcl4irl
12 feet north ido 01 7 iii 1 ',' -1 ST
31, 32, 33. 34. 35, 16, 37, 38, 39 li in 4 tfU l jr?
42, 44 45.46. 47, 48, and 50 5, mdC 1 3f
51, 53, 55. 56, 57, 58, 59 4. 60 io S"1' - T'ST
61, 63.64, 65, 66, 67. mad 69 iB?.e.-lj .
71, 72, 74. 75,76. 77. 78r79 .80 in 8, eacIV T39
81, 82. 83, 84. 86, 8r,88, 89 aad 97a - ' .T39
91, 93. 96. 98, 99 and 199 ia 19. ea-b .1 39
102. 103, 107, 103 and 110 in 11, each 139'
lr J & 115'11' 11-'-M8. 119 m 12eh 1 39
121, 122, 123124. 125, 126, 127. 127, 129
131, 132,133f134,137,133,139140in 14e'h,l39
Adaition to Osaiikae. ' "
Blocks 1,2 X 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. ift: ii'tVi--.
14,15, IS,,!?, 18,190421, aB'-wTj,
Sock Creek T-ra-atiia.
SpiJ Maj 9.h.lS63. Time forReJenpSon Will
expire May 9di, 185. w - y . , :
Ayera Isaac N W Ir qr T 9 17 127 28 23
- S wJr Jr 17 127 28 23
r. .S KqrN E.qr J2i:9jli,H0 ir
part of A Eq.- 13 9I6 13J'l415
ecor.ofwioi'nw24- 9 US. 1 419
Bird VV necoi
vmi r i ccoi.-011-M w or 13 9 iR
partolNEqr 13 9 IS- 2 350
KeucedyEll Ji-Wqr 24 10 i lffl 59 M
Unknown WqrN'W'qr 12 91.6 V9l
XEqr. 7 S .
N VV qr
13 9 16 M 91 n
24 10 16 169 3108
3 9 17,69,32 69
5 if.lf 156 6 20
'7 5 17 ISO 4949
15 917" 160 '31 B9
18 9 17 160 4159
28 .917 160 43 59
9 17 160 43 50
41917 153 30 60
a vv or
N E u r
N VV qr.
A W.qr ,
S Wr .
A E Ir qr
'.fEir 510J7 7 6 75
N ?.dc N V qr 8 lOl?0!! 10
9 10 17 160 31 09
101O17 169 31 0
21 10 IT lea ic r
E talr S VV qr
a' VV qr S VV or 5 a ic ,Z LZ 7?
.E hallA qi 3 10 17 76 ,1605
.'T . 4 917 166.2675
bEHr - 33 1017 I6 31 00
' Kaw Township. ''''
Sol,! Jv0t.i,ISas. TitrwiortteJnrfionill
pi .VI .11 'Jili. 1 805. . Jwu"!n.l
irfiufc ' " liarcnpiion
Miri, U. 'ELalf W'qr
Unknown N VV qr
S VV qr '
X VV 4r
p rt of N W .'jr
South E ir qr
1611.17 80.25 97
3 11 17 1tio
35 JQ 17,131 .26 19
W'lo 17 lCt 4750
31 iO 17 142 31 00
11116 112 22 7a
1 11 16 ISO 34 70
5 11.17 117 25 VJ
6 H 17 91 20 09
Stl-17 113 36 05
all 17113 26 85
6 II 17 16 31 75
It 11,17 ISO 2i7";
A vv or
N Y qr
141117160 34 50
S t.fractioial:qr .11.11 17-137' I & 53
XL quarter ,15 1117160 34 75
.Nhquarter 'lflll'17169 34T5
Sold May 9Ui, 1803. Time for Redcrap-Joa
wUI expire Jlaj 9di; 1865. ' .;'WraPoa
The oa cFr-i h of ike foU-miBg deacribed
tratu oF Iao.l i Unkaown : ."
' 1'I.atiDcscrib.d 'S T:iHAir-ieU
u quarter ot. n w qr.ot , 30 12 29 41 15 05
se dr. nw - "3112 29 45I 7963
no do m ' 3qi2 2pa,35-,M23
n w d- a e " 30 12 20 jV f t t
e do e ",39:lta6 SilU49
uqr 30. 1 0 160 6679
Xaw flatflrwd Iatkai Lad.;
isaiuetot, uwiun.alt UukaoMu.
Pe Snrrey. Ani'i , DA: &$;' A
Jl sv .476.-.
'. 16 17 6S
'u .l7:-iq 47 1
t- IS .,.,17 66
" 13 T-47S6
" 21 r . 72 95
NOTICE ia hereby given, that unless isch
Lands or Town Loii ats Kl;aeJ a or
before the day limited tberelor, aul prificd n
tbe foresoins Lil, the aao will fc cimrrved
the nureha-'er oa rrwfr-tiiiTitMif ili f.rniir.t ,
of Salo to the Coualt Clerk.
Given n.iifer my hacdMi 'aval, tM Mh
day of Ddcamlit-r. A. D. 1864.
Tremwreref. 3aeroa Coieay. ,! SS4L (
. Slat W Kawaa. '-v-
One of oar cehfMttOMrs'iadrertMM
broken hearts, tfar -ifcWtatii ;.KHt.,aar
v v ""y1""?' V 153 33 40
N t.qrtraciioBalUll'17 99 19 15
X b quarter , , 22 11 17 162 34 79
ii V lmil k