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dtrisUcrfbttt (by aatrter.) 'M cU jxr
Oa. XtsaraT, tara Ujt, SU
S'fwatAnw.aan -.f . . . t
v ain, aux oaya al.wJ. ... J.ia
m OnMa-weadvwlliemntl cliarged
Eight U&ea or lass vobsUtate) . Square).
Advmlaette&ta sboold U handed U by tl
Min'mUctlbin, 18 ptt annum 13.00 for
WASHINGTON. D. C. TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 31, 1863.
irpMto. 4 Ay llr s.
mmtg iflwogro ngmoitcmt.
,roki fouao ulduci,
Ho. 01 Kftrafcar, Niaa mi Circle.
TXAMi,MrQautM af Ua mki-thn to
rraaah, Uuala lad all, laeiaded.
DrV&UfOclllwlXl lira LutufM. and atharari..
aHlat,haTraaaaipan Urn. from Mated!.
- - ai a. urruns, maeipai.
COMU , JUIOWR,
auciToiu or f attntj and claims.
B.tanti.4 Vnail.n., Back rr, Offlun'
BaanutbtlCt and Bit atlur Jtut Claims,
afalaut th. QfT.aoa.iat.
' ' WAIHlaTOn,Il. (.,
Jd JTo. S .Par .Plane, comer or llfadMy,
oppottu City IW, Ar 1W.
TL.ttwt9'bY iHemUeelom, to
Hon.. Hannibal Hamlin, Vloa rreeldent, Me
Martia jtalbnelech, Mayor tllr of Brooklyn i AM
lahManny.r.NawTt.rk CttriJoha M. Goodwin,
" VtNJ Jaomaa M. Edward., M. C, N H I Ed
ward!. ftoVlai, H. C , H HtAIn H RIM, M
C , Male,, Jokn.ll, AUr M- C , Hui Alfred A
Buraham, M C Conn i Dwlcht Loomla, M C ,
Cono John A Onrler, M C , Ohio i Jamea M
Align, M. C ohloiHdneT Kdrerton,M. c , Ohio,
John fruleldne, M C . Ohloi John Corode, M C ,
P Kotxrl McKnlrht, M. C., Pa iJuatln Mor
Ml,. M. p , Mj John r, Pot ler, M C , Wla i Z.
ChaadlaiVM. d. Mich Jamea II Uu, M C ,
Xaaiu Crrai Aldrlch. M. c , Mian W. Kel
lon, M C, 1)1.1 John T Klion. M C , N J John
L.NWnltton,M C, N JiP B Foke, M C,
III liOwaa Lorejor. M C , 111 F. P. Blair, Jr , M.
C.,Mo. ElhrKlge O Spauldlnj, M C.N.YlAl
frad Xlr, M C , N Y Mijor General H B thlr-
J i ai MaWrcaoir, Eq . Prea VVIUlamaport Cllr
aok taepherd Kaapp, Kaq . Prea Mechanic.'
Ba. ' ' Jr-U
A T I- O n A t. I. o A N .
Twarrr year six m crwr. bowds
UNITED 8TA T K8
(Knovn 4 " Jtoi IWnf (,")
Ilia CpPPON BONOS In lumi of SKI, 100, (tog
knil t nM
rtrtit RKQUTERCD BONDS In lumi of $50, t00.
I "" iJ,i " i'w
T0k I1LH XT PAR BT
JAY OOOKB A CO Bnkr,
Thei Don di &r the
ChxItxbt QoTVHKUKTr BicuKirr
now In th market
JniVrrif ptytbU $entnnullf
U QulTtUtot, t present prk of coin, to
9 Fu Cmt. In currency.
AD All I EXPREIR COBIPANY,
Wince Sift Ptnn. venue.
ntuMngton uuy, V, V,
GREAT EASTERN, KORTITZHN, ato WEST
ERN EXPRES3 FORWARDERS.
If erctaejidlM, Moaej. Jewelry, Valambtce.
Hetee. Slekiv Dande. e
romtrded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to ell
Meeulble eectlone of the oountrr. ThU Company
Ilm Arenelei In the principal raliwar towns in the
NOftTH, EAST. WrST. AND NORTHWEST.
lta principal offleei are
YTABmmTONjD. C.,M YOBK, BOSTON.
PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, CY-
OINITATL ST. LOUIS, LOUIS-
Connections are made at New York and Boston
with Usee forwarftof to the Canadai and the
British, PrertMVftt and with steamship lines to Ur
erpool, Southampton, and Harre, and tbenoe by
European eiprcMee to all prominent eonunerela.
towns In 3ret Britain and on the Continent.
Collection of Notes, Drafte, and Bills made at all
ftooeeslhle par U of the United states
C.C. DUNN, Agent,
e IS Washington, D. C.
M To Khow tub Diii8k is ITalf tarn Ccrh. "
SO DOLLARS RFWARD
Will be iTca to any person If Drs Buotiiers k
Unar fall to dricrlpc tbclr disease and svmptoms,
without seeing the pattent, by a chemical analysis
of the urine, the first in the morning Is required.
Our Medicines are wholly e vet able, and prepared
by ourselves Happily for suBerlnghumantt r, the
JuereurlM or Mineral practice It so manifestly In
jurious, that It Is now gradual!) on the wane, and
mast U few years sink Into oblivion God, In
his Infinite guodness. has gtien to sutlerlng man a
practice Ur superior, and shonn us that there Is
yet BALM IN ULEAD
11 There's not a plant or flower below,
l But makes his glories known "
1 Office, No. 17S South B street, between Ninth and
Tenth, near Smithsonian Institution,
rUAATFRM ASTER GFNFRAL'S OFFICK,
W WASHiMo-roif Crrr, March t, loss
Owners of atcam ressels are Invited to send to
the Quartermaster General's Office tenders for
their charter or sale.
Tenders should contain descriptions of the ves
sels, their dimensions, enrolled or registered ton
nage, actual carrying eapaclty, material, whether
coppered,whether side-wheel or pronellers.whetber
Iron or' copper fastened, size and power of en
glass and bollerst and should state the price at
which they are offered for long or short charter,
with the estimated value of the vessel In case of
loss, or a case the Government should prefer to
purchase Instead of chartering
Owners of steam vessels already In the service
of the Quartermaster s Depart meut are requested
to make known to the Department any reduction
Tin their present rates which they may be willing
lo grant, and also the price at which they will be
willing to sell them
aii sucn tenders aoouja db aauressea to tne
Quartermaster General of the United states, at
Washington, and should be endorsed "Proposals
for charier or tale of steamers "
When received, they will be considered, and the
Department will endeavor to reduce the heavy ex
pense attending army transportation upon the
oseaa and tide-waters, hy suoatltutlng, Hhrrever
It can do to, eheaper vessels of equal capacity for
those now emplojed M C MF1U3,
mar Si im Quartermaster General
(IAS AND STEAM IITTSR,
W4 BtvtfJh tirtet, mar Canal Bridy,
All orders executed at the shortest notice, lit the
most substantial meaner, and on reasonable U rms.
Personal attention given to every department ol
the business. nov M
2000 bar reti . . . . Apples.
moo do ...... Potatoes,
100 do ..... Turnips,
on do Cider,
9 tons ...... Vermont Butter.
Jit store, and landing, by
LkSTFR CO ,
Connect lout House,
d.S4--dtf near Baltimore Depot.
BOBWKIX'S M liniC AT ED
AnA alt incipient tfagt of Consumption,
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
O BOSWkLL, Druggist,
Cor Maryland avenue and Seventh st .
And 7 U OILMAN,
Peon, avenue, near Browns' Hotel.
Charles Allm, W B Entwlsle,
D B Clark, John R Major,
L. M Smith, 1) t Major,
H H McPherson, J W Nairn,
8 C Ford, J D OfDonnel,
j r muuurn, j r pwiud,
Charles stott D U Rldgely,
In Georgetowa by Kldwetl, Sothoron, Solssell,
and Bar sard.
And by Drufilit and Butlers generaUy,
v No tni Peru Arc . Washiiiotor, D C
Books bound In evsry style-Turkey, Morocco
ftajaU and CaiL Jsl.
riMIK ADAM RXPnBII COMPACT
I HEREBY CAUTION ALL PERSONS. FIRMS
AND CORPORATIONS against receiving or nego
tiating the undermentioned OertlQcates, Bonds,
Olieoks and drafts, ae all of the same were stolen
from the safe of the eald Company, on the Una of
tne Nortaerm central nauroaa, oeiweea uaiumore
and Harriiburg.on the night of Wedneeday, the
18th of March, 193. The Company claim the right
Checks. Bends, and Drafts,wheeveraadwbere.
ever they can una tne same, ine louowingis a
correct description of the property so stolen,
nearly as can be procured.
U f CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS
No JtlM, for 13.000, Nos S0U3,6Sill6O3U,eaeh
11,000, issued to Holenslade, Morris fc Co., on John
Ff DJckerson'e Check, No. 1731.
Nob 69213 and c3il, each f 1,000. Issued to John
Grubb on Thomas Swerd'e Check, No Si).
No 69199, $1,000, Issued to Joseph B.Vonderhelde
on John H Dlckerson'e Check. No 1189
NOS (9303. 60904,69305 and 69306, each $1,000,
Issued to Philip PlngerotB, DuBarry's Cheek, No.
Noe 69300, 69301 andefSOLeaeh $1,000, Issued to
a Slmcn k. son on John H. uckereon'a Check, No
Nob 69148 and bsitt.ieaek $1,00, Issued to a
Chamberlain on Thomas Swords'a Check, No asi.
Nos 6eus and 69U7, each $l,ooo, issued to W. T.
Perkins fc Co on Thomaa Swords'a Check, Noe. S49
No 69131, $t,oeo, Issued to Tyler, Davidson St Co.
orWohn H.nckereona Check, No. 1701
tiu 691S0, $i,ooo, issued to T McSorley on John
It Dlckerson'e Check, No 1701
No 69129. ai.ooo. limed to A Slmnkleaon k. Co.
on John H Dickinson's Check, No. 1701
Carrie k on John H. Dlckersoo s Check. No 1466
Nos 69190,69191, 69193 and 69193, each 1I.0O0, Is
sued to James L. Haven It Co. on John H. Dicker
son's Check, No 1647
6-S0U S. COUPON BONDS.
Noe 18179 to 181 SB, both Inclusive for $1,000 each,
payable to E R. James, Cashier.
rt- All ol the above Certltlcatei and Bonds were
placed lu the possession of the Express Company
by the Government, to be forwarded to the parties
IO wnom ine same were to iw oeuvrrea, in tie
faction of their claims against the Government.
As such certldeatee were not delivered to the par
ties for whom ther were Intended, thev of course
have no validity aa against the Government, and
are wholly worthless
Nos 684J, CS43 C844, 8849, eSlf, 8847. 8818, 8848,
S8KlC83l,6aa3.68S3l6B64 and Stf&j for $90each, is
sued to Jacob M Howard
Nos. 10933, 10034, 10936, 10936, 10M7, 10938, 109M
and 10930 for $100 each, issued to Jacob M Howard
U S CFRTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS
sued to J B. b. T Gibson, on Thomas Sword
ineca, no o
No 60318. 81.000. Issued to Wilson k, Havden. on
John H Dtckerson Check, No 1877
No 69319, $1 ooo, issued to u Deftien, on Jonn n
Dlckerson'e Check. Nu 18M
NOS 31419, 31460, each $6,000. and 69320, 09331,
69333, 69333, 6M, each $1,000, Issued to John Sblll-
tOkCo.onH. N Rlttenhouse's Cheek, No.t
No 69317, $1,000, issued to George Jaap, on J. H.
Dlckerson s Check, No IMS
No. 69320, $l,ooo, Issued to Joseph W. Wayne k
Co ,on Klttenhouse'a Check. No 7.
Noe 69303. 69303 66304. and 69309. eaeh 11.000 Is
sued to L, H Wilson, on John 11. Dlckerson'a
i,neca, no nw
No 21451, $6 000, Issued to Holton k Martin, on
Robert Allen a Check, No 3673.
No 69338, $l,ooo, Issued to Holton k Martin, on
Robert Allen's Check, No. 3673
jiu Brt, uh. auimu,iani ,i.vw. iiiudu iu
J Morgan fc Co , on T J Haines's Check, No 893
no oovjv, $i,u, DcioDging io w.ii. ueeem,
Nos 6WW8. 60089 and 69070. each SI .000. belonilnir
to N Holmes k son, Pittsburg, Pa.
U S Treasurer's, F i. Bplnner'e draft. No &M,
on J J. Cisco, Assistant Treasurer, New York, for
lJP ,. ,... .
U O. iriMurrri) w oji inner Burati, u oov,
on J J. Cisco, Assistant Treasurer, New York, for
U s Treasurer's. F E Sninner'i draft. No "r8
on J J. Cisco, Assistant Treasurer, New York, for
on J. J. Cisco, Assistant Treasurer, New York, for
u a ireasurrr's, t opinnrr urnii. jia ow,
on J J. Cisco, Assistant Treasurer, New York, for
lif". ., .. .-.-
on J J Cisco, Assistant Treasurer, New York, for
f o.vio to
V a irruureri. f . syiuun unit, iu mt,
on J J Cisco, Assistant Treasurer, New York, for
u a. ireasurer'e, c oywuttm uie.it, no oj,
on J J Ctsoo Assistant Treasurer, New York, for
If a. TraAiurer's. F E HDinner'a draft. No. 868.
on J. J Cisco, Assistant Treasurer, New York, lor
U S. Treasurer's, F E Splnner'a draft. No 881,
on J 1 Cisco, Assistant Treasurer, New York, for
All the above drafts were made navable to the
order of the Adams Ixpress Company, and were
not Indorsed by It
si,ouu iwaui ueiouKinj 10 nun 4 iu. igwra,
$1,781 In New Orleans, Tennessee, Georgia and
South Carolina bank notes.of which $510 were In
the notes of the Union Bank, Planters' Bank
(Tenn ), and Bank of Tennessee.
? 168 In gold coin
lease presert e this circular, and notify the Com
pany If any of the securities above described are
ottered for sale or exchange, gh log the name and
address of the party by whom the eame are eo
offered The Company will pay $6,000 reward lor
a return of the above securities, or a proportional
amount of such reward for the recovery of a part
of such securities
The Company will also pay a REWARDof $6,000
for such Information and proof aa will Insure the
apprehension and conviction of the person or per
sons by whom such robbery was committed
Dated New York. March 36, 1883
T1IL ADAMS FXrHFSS COMPANY,
By William U Dinsmore, president.
TTAUDWAHE, llAIUIUOlf AKDITEBL.
Hardware, Bar-Iron. Steel
Horse Nails and shoes
Diamond State Shoeing Iron
Axln and Axle Boxes
Spring! Carriage and Tire Bolts
Hubs, Spokes, Felloes, Shafta
Duck, Drill and Canvas
Wheels, Buggy and Wagon Bows
y xceisior, Tow. Hair
Castings of all kinds
i-nrTlih and American Varnishes
Alanreand com Die te stock of the aboa con
stantly on hand.
inujtruii u ,
No 545 Ninth st ,opposlte Centre Market,
iahu. n. taompwoanurot
riH) TUB OFFICERS OF TUB AUMY.
Just arrived, by direct importation per steame
Fulton, from Europe, a very Hoe and large assor
ment of Marine, Opera, Field Glasses, and Tele
scopes, which I will sell a very little above the'
cost In Paris As to the qualities, there are none
superior to be had, ha Ing been seleeted purposely
for this market Also, a large and well-assorted
stock of Opera Glasses, Microscopes gold, silver,
and steel Spectacles and Eye Glasses, suited to the
sight by the use of an Optometer A considerable
number of certificates to be seen at my office, from
gentlemen who have boon suited at my establish
405 rmnnylvanla avmue, Eftom .Mwr-arul-a-haf
and Sixth ttrtttt.
My KatabUslimeut la up atalra.
aiasn$ pud to tuit. The trade supplied.
Oct io ly
of the Mineral Plate Teeth, attenda personally at
Many persons can wear these teeth who cannot
wear others, and no person can wer others who
cannot wear these
Persons Lfilllnz at mv office can be accommodated
with any style and price of Teeth they may desire)
but to those who are particular, and wish the pur-
t, cleanest, strongest, ami most pencoc ueniure
that art can produce, the Mineral Plate will be
mfiri full? warranted
Rooms In this city No u Pennsylvania ave
nue, between Ninth and Tenth streets Also, 9V7
Arch street, rnuadeipnia mar iy
1 AHUOW, M'KELDEN A Co., Hankers,
i PFNNSLANIA AENUE,
W ashlnton, D. C,
WILL BUY AND iELL
Uoldand Mlver, Unourrent Money, Mrglnia and
other Southern Bank Notes, Demand and 7 MO
Treasury Notes, and all other Government securl-
tlen Drafts nn ihi Nnrlhstrn dtlri and EurODe
Naiyand Army Checks, and Quartermasters
Collections made on the most liberal terms
Bonds. Stocks, and Gold taught and sold on usual
commissions Deposits reoelted mar 31 Itu
PBNI I03f 1, nOTJff TIES.
BACK PAY, WAR CLAIM.
AND CLAIMS FOR INDEMNITY
CLARK A QAYLORD,
Attomry and Covnxtlcri at Lme,
FOR ALL KINDS OF MIUTARY CLAIMS,
Corner Tth and F streets, Room Ho. 4,
Wash i rotor, D. C.
This Firm, having a thorough knowledge of the
rent Ion Business, and being familiar with the
Eractleo la all the Departments of Government,
tlleva that they can afford greater fadlltleeto
Pension, Bounty, and other Claimants, for the
prompt and successful accomplishment of business
entrusted to them than any other Arm In Washing
ton, i ney oeeire to secure sucn an amount oi tnia
business aa will enable them to execute the busi
ness for each claimant VERY CHEAPLY, and on
the basis Of THEIR PAY CONTINGENT UPON
THEIR SUCCESS IN EACH CASE. For thts pUT-
avit (4477 win eocurv tne ecrvivve ei uw irtna in
cash prominent locality throughout the States
where such business may be had, furnish such with
el) the necessary, blank forma of application and
evidence, requisite printed pamphlet Instructions,
and Circulate tor dlttrlbutlon In their vicinity, with
AasocUtea'Aemee Inserted, and upon the due exe
cution pf the papers and transmission of the same
to them by their locaVaasodatee, they will prompt
ly perform the business here.
rt- Their charges will be FIVE DOLLARS FOR
OIFIECR9 and FIVE DOLLARS FOR PRIVATES,
for eaeh Pension or Bounty and Back Fay obtained,
and ten per cent on amount of Claims for MILI
TARY SUPPLIES, or CLAIMS FOR INDEMNITY,
and Collection of PRIZE MONEY.
X3m Soldiers enlisted slooe the 1st of March, 1881,
In aay kind of service, Military or Naval, who are
disabled by disease or wounds, are entitled to Pen
slons. All soldiers who serve for two years, or
during the war, should it sooner close, will be en
titled to $100 Bounty.
By a law of the last session of Congress, all Sol
diers discharged on account of wounds received In
the service, slnee the Commencement of the War,
ehall receive the $100 bountyi and all revenue
stamps heretofore required on soldiers application
papers are dispensed with Widows of soldiers
who die or are Killed are entitled to Pensions and
the $100 Bounty, If there bono widow, then the
minor children, and If no minor children, then the
father, mother, sisters, er brother are entitled to
the $100 bounty, and, In addition thereto, depend
ant mothers, sisters, or brothers will be pensioned.
Washington, D. a, 1883 mar 8 ly
O A UTION,
Aa there hare been so many complaints made by
Relief Associations, and the friends of Discharged
Soldiers, about Sick and Disabled and Discharged
dt titb ruKcixiBx or
The undersigned deems it his duty to caution all
those who are traveling to Philadelphia, New
York, Boston, and the Northern and Eastern
States, that the orlt place to procure tickets Is
at the Ticket OrricE or the B k O. R. R. Co , at
It Is the only place where a passenger can pro
cure a Through Thicket, or where yeu can have
your Baggage checked through to the above Cities
from Washington. no& RT W. EDMONDS,
rfrWe send a Car expressly for Sick and
Wounded Officers and Soldlers,on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays, at S P. M. jan so tf
ARTIFICIAL CLEOPLASTIC BONK TEETH,
wltnout metal plate or elaapc, by
DR. 8. B. BIOEfiMOND.
910 Broadway, New York) and afto Penn. avenue,
iiwvfe iwiuibniu nmwtnuiiU
WAtflfil-GTOK, D. Q.t
Calls the attention of the public to the rollowU$
adveutagec of hie improved systemi
1st. The teeth of his manufacture will never ear.
rode nor change color by any adds, and are three-
leurue ngnter tnao any oiner.
3d No teeth nor roots need be extracted, aa the
artificial ones ean be Inserted over them.
sd The roots will be made Inoffensive and never
4th No temporary teeth are needed, as permanent
ones can be made Immediately, thereby preserving
the natural expression of the face, which, under
the olds) stem, Is frequently disfigured
6th This work has been fully tested,fororerflv
years, by many of the first chemlsti and physicians
of this and the old country.
Dr S has also Invented a white indestructible
metal fillinx. with which the moat sensitive teeth
ean be filled without pain, and ean build up a per
fect sound tooth on any side roots, which will last
inrougn a metime
Call and examine for yourselves. mt 8 4a
TTUnilAII POTt BMITsl!
400 Seventh Street.
He Ic selling Immense bargains In
HAT8, CAPS, AC.l AC.
For a few days more, we win Oder our Immense
To make room for our SPRING STOCK. To those
In want, we say now Is the time to buy I
REMEMBER, THAT SMITH'S IS
HEI)QUARTBRS FOR CLOTHING.
1WO DOORS A DO VI J, DRCCX a) CO.
J II SMITH, CiothUr,
460 Seventh street,
mar 17 And cor SOthst and Penn av
T HON IHON-CLAD HEA MTKAMKI18.
Navy Depa.tmcht. M.rcb 13. 16U
THE NA Y Dt PARTMr NT WILL, until April
ltth next, rcclT. propoi.ll for the compl.t. coa
itruotloa .ad equipment for .e. eervlce, locludlns
wroucbt Iron gun'c&rrlAKei, but .xcludlo. gum.
orda.no. itoree.a.ullc.lTa.lruinent., .ad fuel of
Iron Ironclad .teamen, of aboutsoo. ton.
burden, measured aa a alngle deck vea.el.andSl
draugbt .f water The boata, maata, yarda.and
rlKgln, to be of Iroai and tb. armament to conalat
often runa In a caaemate, each weighing about SS
onawlthout th. carriage
Th. bollera to b. of th. horizontal tubular kind,
with 1.B00 aquar. feet of rlregrate aurface, and
&O.0UO lauir. feet of water.heatln. aurface The
machinery to conalat of two aeparate paira of
direct-action, horltontal enginea. operating lode
pendentljri two iron aorcw prop.ll.ra of IS feet dl
ameter. on. under each counter of tne veaael
Capacity of each of th. four cylinder., IM cubic
leel 10 o. proTiaea wiin seweira curiae, con
deoaer, containing 6,609 acju.r. fct of .xpoeed
tab. aurfao. for each pair of engla... Jluakcra to
Proposals will be received on general plans and
sped float Ions that may be examined at the Navy
Department i or part lee may proj oee on plans and
iUetlHBllUU Ul HUtt KUU HIKUIalfll 111 ItlWir UWI
TUB HOOKER U THE OBIfKOAZ. OF
TUB DAT It
NEXT TO HIM COMES
TOE POPULAR. 0LOTUINO HOUSE
Smith t DoeJJ,
Mt StvmlA StrHt, Utwttn Itnd K Urttti,
Where) eaa bo found the beet and cheapest stock of
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
W TBS CITT.
Now Is the time to buy I We are offering good
Yery low, for the next thirty days, to make room
for Spring Goods.
DON'T rOROET IT t
SMITH k BEALL'S,
mar 17 SSI Seventh street, near K
IX PKIl OET BONUS
Of th. .
TWENTY YEARS FROM DATE,
(Or after At. j.art, at optloa ofth. Gorcramcot )
THE COUPON BONDS,
la mm. of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
THE REClIf TEIUED DONIM,
la .urn. of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS,
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
ten thousand dollars,
interest commencing at date of fur
CHASE, Aad paj.bl. molIhuibu.Ux
Tm Bond. ar. tb.
CHEAFEST GOVERNMENT SECURITY
bow la th. marker,
1. lot. rMt, .t pr.at prle. of tola, bctaff aqnlV"
aiat u a ria cxht. la .umacr.
FOR SALE BT
JAY COOKE CO
MS FllUntk SlrMt,
DtAuas I a
dWT jtfo mrr reocsms,
com, cvRttNcr jud sxcujwac.
rriRF.MRNDoua exciteaient i
GRFAT DECLINE IN GOLD I
But the a est place In town to get a
Uood Batof Clothce
b M I T 11 S p
4G0 Soyenth Street,
OppoMie iht City Port Ojftv,
Vt here you can find a large and well selected stock
of CLOTHING, at prices that defy competition.
460 Seventh street,
mar n Two doors above J. Bivce k Co.
"PROPOSALS FOR CLOTHING AND CLOTHING
Bureau of Pretrtrion end CloiMna,
March 17, 1683
PROPOSALS will be received at this office until
i o'clock on the first day of April, 1881, for the de
livery at the Charlestowny Massachusetts, or
Brooklyn, New York. Navy Yards, at the option
of this Bureau, of the following articles of Clothing
and Clothing Materials, the eame to conform to
the Navy standard, as shown by the descriptions
In the last annual advertisement for Clothing for
the Navy, dated June 9. 1882, and by the samples
which may be seen at the Navy Yards aforesaid,
Blue Cloth Jaekets, four thousand
Blue Cloth Trowscrs, five thousand
Blue Satinet Trowscrs, (lie thousand
Blue Felt Cape, ten thousand
BluaelannelUverSbirts, tch thousand
Canvass Duck Trowscrs, six thousand
Barnsley sheeting Frocks, stx thousand
Blue Satinet. thirty thousand yards
Blue Flannel, onehundredthouskodyds
Barnsley Sheeting, twenty thousand yards
Canvass Duck, ten thousand yards
Blue Nankin, en thousand yards
Calfskin Shoes, ten thousand pairs.
Klpskln Shoes, ten thousand pairs
Woollen Socks, ten thousand pairs
Mattresses, (with covers,) four thousand
Blankets, ten thousand
Black Silk Handkenohlefs.ten thousand.
The articles to be delivered within forty days
from the date ef the contract
The Department will reserve to Itself the right
to reject any bid which shall be deemed too high
Payments to be made (retaining ao per eent un
til the completion ef the contract) within ten das
after warrants for the same shall ha e been passed
by the Secretary of the Treasury
Bond and security tn half tha amount of the con
tract will be required
Blank forms of proposals may be obtained at the
Office of the Navy Agent at Boston, New tork,
Philadelphia, and at this Bureau
mar 17 dtot
ATTENTION, BOLDIEnS AMD BUT
LKUS Having just completed our assort
ment of Camp Furniture, we would now respect
fully invite the attention of Soldiers and Sufis rs
Our assortment eompilaee la part the following
Camp goods, vlit
Camp Checte for mesa of from four to six. Camp
Tables. Camp Stools, Camp OotsLCamp Mattresses,
with all other articles ol Camp Furniture) calcula
ted to make a soldier enmfortable. Allot which
will be sold at the very lowest cash prices at
GREEN k WILLIAMS
au SI No. 898 Seventh street, comer D,
11 Sir, Loyal Leanes lojal ? There Is do
such word u loyally In the Republican dic
tionary. Loyalty Is of monarchical derivation.
Unconditional! vloval what means It? That
... .. r . t " ." -"
tue ainff can ao no wronff. That's H.J It Is
an European extract no ley ally for me; I
know no sucn word." Spetch of Fernando
'Loyal 1 quoth Wood, "what means the word!
Tls tha burden of the eong
Of Union Leagues, and means but thlei
The King ean do no wrong ' "
The Latin word for law Jj lex,
Which Frenchmen turned to fey
What we write King, the Latins Rei,
And Crepeau once wrote Rey.
Bold Britons thence, to serve their turn,
Made loyef itand for U teftil,
But aa It rbymee la French with King,
To Wood the word li wuf
Loyal, Fernandy, means Just this:
Respect and love for law,
Which you and other rogues can't feel
Who't e "felt the halter draw " Loyal.
Sti York Pott
Am average of about thirty deserters a day
arc availing; themselves of the provisions of the
President's proclamation, and present them-
solves at New York, to be sent back to their
regiments besides others In different parti f
ttio country. Wednesday, April lit, la tho last
day of grace under tho President's proclama
tion for deserters
Geizuri or Mors Sfcesii VEfsrLS At an
early hour on Saturday there entered the port
the darln? little gunboat U Creoles, commanded
by Capt T. M. Dungan. She had two prize
iu tow j wmen ma nee iour boo nas capiurea
within tho osit ten davs On one of the vessels
last captured wai a large mall, consisting of
leucranaartsaea to paruea residing in inatiouia
and a file of newspapers puhllibed In Richmond
There were also stored In the hold Tamable In
voices of merchandise, consisting mostly of dry
goods and medicines One package telzed con
tained rebel Government State bonds, as well
as Virginia bank bills Two parties on board
were arrested) namely, J C. Riley, a young
man residing In Baltimore, and a man named
Elko, who claims to be an Austrian by birth,
and declares that he belongs to Montgomery,
Alabama. The charge against Riley la, that
for some time pasthe has been edgaged in the
transmission of mall matter between Baltimore
and Richmond. It la quite likely that the goods
will be confiscated. The prisoners are tn the
hands of Col. Fish. Balto. Amtr,
Reported to fAe Xav$ Department for the wmA
ending March 28, 1603.
Wm. Class, hoppttal steward, typhoid fever,
January 31, 1863, Mississippi Squadron.
William Whltford, teaman, Inflammation of
bladder, March 18, 1863, Naval Hospital, Nor
folk. Wm. Arnold, gunner, consumption, Natal
Hospital, New York.
John McQowan, c. hold, pneumonia, NaT el
Hospital, New Tork.
Ed. Ellli, seaman, pneumonia, March 17,
1863, Naval Hospital, New Tork.
Peter L. Pero, seaman, dlarrhoa, March 10,
1863, Naval Hospital, New York.
Albert 8 tod dart, seaman, pneumonia, Naval
Hospital, New York.
Michael Cunningham, landsman, plenritli,
March 18. 1663, Naval Hospital, New York.
Wm. Mosely, officer's cook, pneumonia, Na
val noiplUl, New York.
nugh M ago. Ire, seaman, gunshot wound, U.
S. 8. Eagamon.
Wellington Hodgkins, landsman, drowned,
March 8, 1863, U. S. B. Hartford.
Enoch Balllnrer, beneficiary, congestion of
lungs. March 16, 1863, Naval Asylum, Phila
delphia. Geo. Royal, beneficiary, apoplexy, March 10,
1863. Naval Asylum, Philadelphia.
John Lannm. beneflctarr. anoDlerv. March
0, 1863, Naval Asylum, Philadelphia.
uonaia Mcitae, Denenciary, consumption,
March SI, lb03, Naval Asylum, Philadelphia.
9, 1863, Mississippi Squadron.
una j. uowara, lanasman, remittent fever,
March 11, 1808, Mississippi Squadron.
Herman F. Tewsbury. surgeon's steward.
chronic diarrhcea, March 3, 1803, Mississippi
Andrew Bob, seaman, dropsy, March 7, 1803,
John llllams. seaman, pneumoafa. March
SI, 1803, Mississippi Squadron.
In nu nuance of law. I. Aibiham LtMtOMt. Pre.
ldentof the United States of America, do herebv
declare and make known that nubile sales will be
held at tne unaer-menuonea inu unices in tne
Termor) of WASHINGTON and the States of
MICHIGAN and KANSAS, at tbetieriodherelnar-
ter designated, to witi
IN TJIK TERRITORY OF WABniNOTON.
At the Land Office at Vancouvxr commenc
ing on Monday, the third (Sd) daj or August next,
for the disposal of the public lands heretoiore un
ottrred situated In the following townships aud
pans oi wjwnimjj, uzi
berth the txitt line and tatt qf the WUlairutte me
ridian Fractional township 2, north of Columbia river,
including all of ancouvrr island, except the west
ern extremity, townships 3, 4. and 8, of range I
Fractional township I, north of Columbia rheri
townships 3, 3, and 4 1 sections 13, 14, and 18, and
sections 17 to 3, Inclusive, of township 8, of range
Fractional township I, north of Columbia rlvert
township i, sections 4 to 9, Inclusive) sections 17
to 31, inctusUe, and sections Hi to 33, inclusive, of
township 3 sections 1 to 7. inclusive) the north
half of section 8t the north half of sections, the
north hair of amotion 1 i sections 11 and 12; the
south half of section I7 sections 18 to 30, Inclu
sive, and sections 29 to 33, Inclusive, of township
4i aectlons I and 3 the south half ef section 7( the
south half of section 8, the south half of section 9,
the south half of section 10 sections 11 to 18, iu
clushei and sections 17 to so, Inclusive, of town
hip S, of range 3
Fractional township 1, north of Columbia river)
sections 13 li, and 18, and sections 17 to M, Inclu
sive, of tuwuiblp 3. of range 4
Fractional township I, north of Columbia rlvert
sections 17 to il,luciusue, and sections 25 to V,
Inclusive, of township 2, of range 8
fractional township 1, north of Columbia rlvert
sections 3"J, U, .U, J7, 31, and 33, of township. of
Sections 1,3 11 13 11,18,30,31 '"" Jl and lot
I of section 31 ol township J, ol ranO
Fractional tonuehip ., uurth ul I luu.lla river,
of range 11
trtiiluiiftl township - north and east of Colum
bia river ( and timnahlp J of ranLC 3
1- ruction! township i north of Columbia river,
including Rabbit island) aud township 3, of range
Fractional township 3, north of Celumbla rlverj
ana towainipa uu , ui rniiio iu.
tract lonal townships i and 3, north of Columbia
river) an 1 township i, of range 18
Township A, of range IS
Township 6, of range S3
Township 7, of range 31
Township 7 of range 33
Townships 7 and 8, of range 33
lownshtps 7, 8, and 9, of range 34
All of townships 7 and 8, except Fort Walla-
alia military reeervatiousi townships 9, io, and
II, of range M
All of township 7, except military reservations
on Mill creek) townships b, 9 and IU, of range 38
toctlons i to 10, inclusive) sections 17 to 31, In
clusive, and sections 37 to J4 Inclusive, of town
ship 7) townshlj s 8, 9 and 10, of range 17
Sections I to a Inclusive, sections 17 to M, lnrlu
live, and sections 39 to 83,lneliislve, ef townships,
of range 38
JNortA of th bate line and itvtfo the Willamette at.
Fractional townships 3, 3, 4 0 and 8, castor Co
lumbia riven sections 8, 7, 18 19 so, si and 33, of
township 7 townships 9 and 10 of range 1
Fractional township 6 east of Columbia rlvsrj
fractional township 7 north and east of Columbia
rlvert townships, sections 1 to 15. inclusive! sec
tions I and 18j sections il to i lncluslv c sections
33, 34 and 45, of township f t sections 1 to 4, Inclu
sive, sections e tn IM l.l.a.l... .ui..al .
ran k"' "otl0" " 'ad U, of Uwaahlp 10, ol
.."".'?" '. ..,, 11, II. II. 1 1, and I9i .Mlloni
li r.i ':V."af "l"' 'aelualv.i .ad fraaUoa-
.:;. ,mal .'.wl "wn.oip a. ol ran. . I
ofViSi towll"llP . aorta of cSolumbl. rlr.r,
raoi.""""' ,cl'',, " " a"i of towaaWp a, of
fractional towaahlp a, aorta of Columbia rlr.r,
ofran(. f '
rraetlonal tawoablp , north of Columbia rlrar.
ndtowaahlpIO, ofranf. 10. '
rraetlonil tovraahlp i town.hlp toi and frao
tloaal towaahlp. II udil.ofraat. II
At tb. Land Office at OLTwrii.commencloir
on Monday, th. thuutnth (llth) dr of Julr a.xi,
fortb.dlaitoaalof th.Dublla lanri. K.Mtnrn ..n.
ollrl,altuatrdatb. foUomai tomahlpa and
parta of townahlpa, Tin
ATttoUfcuKM!uf n if l, WllltnttU v
..T" '.'.'""f .d P'"o of town.hlp 12 toiraahlp
if ''"''"I towaahlp 17, anuth and w.at of th.
fUSOUaJlV Mrl fraAtlnnO Aw.t.i is .
nhor.Wf.,.,, ftTW. 1H IL'SWT .W ..''
V.".'! 'r.ot lonal towaahlp. SO, tl, a.d B towoahlp
2! fractional townahlpa II, ii, u, 7. at . io aad
34. SOUth Of DeTttAn Paaa......!... a .. .
clualv.1 aactlona 17 to Ji, Inclualr., mtloaa 7 38,
2.. . nd M, of townablp M, of ran.. 1
Part of townablp aouth aad we.1 or th. Klaou.t
Ir rlrtri north half of aorthmt qu.rttr.th. aoulh.
..at quarter of northr.it quarter, th. aortheaat
2MiT.r'i,"iV,,,t 1"li aad Iota 1, X, I and.,
of arctloa M, of townahip 17 Iota 1 and i, ofaMtloa
J, and fractional a.ollona 1 and 18, of townahip i
fractional townahlpa tl, j, at, ai, a, m, f '
f'. '.' V'.'!'1 "I 'r'loal arcllon. w and It, and
J?.'.',' , ";.J .' ' , of townahip Mi
hivi iwnMiuiJN ui range x
rraetlonal feitlone fi nnil ft i.r rntrtiahin 91. t-.
Inn I triwaiihliii no a ... ..... . I . .
?f !?.I".h'1 ') "o.01 o . loalualv.i .rcuoni
.Mti,.u,iii.i.r.Mii ..ciiona so to si. inclualr.
of townahip J8, of raniat. ,.u.u..,
..T'""i1.,!.a3i fractional townahlra 54, 58, 5, 57,
78, 29, aada0,ofraar.4
Aort.IA.e!cliiM tuivntv to, miUmtltt mt.
Fractlooat aectlona 1. f. ..ri i .A.i.kr .,...
rlvf n lota 1 .ndt-of aetlnn li im. . ... w.
outhweet quarter of aortheaat quarter. 'th.
norinweai qu.n.r, and tb. oum half, ol
.ectloa 8 aectlona , 7, and 8, fractional mo-
!!0? J.".'1 ! .,ou,h "' CowUtt rl.eri aeetl.na
11 to 18. Inclusive, and a...!,., it ... . ...
aire, of townablp 111 aectlona 1 to 18, Indualrei
aectlona 17 to 31, lnclualrei aectlona a,n. ao. and
III fractional aectlon u,northad weat of lUaaloa
claim, of townahip Hi townahlpa it, l, 17, .nd 18,
fracllonaJ towoahIpail,3,tl, 15,38738, aad 7i all
of townahip X, eicepl I-ort Townaead mlllUr.
reaerratloni fraetlonaltownablp.il, It, tf,.nd o,
Towaahloa 11.12. and Hi .Mllnn. an n iK.i
aivei aectlona II, 14, and 18, .nd aectlona 17 to IS.
Inclualr.. of townahip It) aectlona I to 18, lndu'
...v,.n..uu. ,. w ., uiciu.iTPi aectlona 28 to 13.
Indualve. of townahip 18i townahlpa 18, 17, and 18t
fractional townahlpa 1,20, 21, and23i Mellon. .
28, 37, II, and IS, of townahip SOj fractional town!
ahlpa 10 and II, of rang. 3.
lownablpa II and 14) aectlona I, to 18, Indualrei
aectlona 17 and 18; aectlona 33 to 37, InelualTei aec
tlona 14 and 18, of townahip ifli .action. 1 to 4 ln
olualv.i aectlona to 18, lndualr.i aecllona n to
8, lnclualre, of townahip 1 townahip 17, eectlona
1. 12, II, 24, .nd 15, of townahip IS; fractlanal town
ahlpa 18, JO. tl, 33, and W aactlona 10, II, 12, of
townablp II, of raafax
Townablp II, aactlona 1 to I, loclu.lrei aectlona
8 and a nartb .tni.h.ll. .u.,i.u.u. a . .
InclualT.) aectlon IT, aectlona II to 18, lnclualre. of
mi-itwip iv, .mtivii. is, i, uu so sections 30 IO
30. loclualva, of township 18) township lSi aectlona
1 to ts, inclusive) section 17) the north half of aec
tlon 18) sections so to 38, Inclusive, and section S5
wi Hirru.mjr.v.tHiwm . (u 19, la.msiTCt eCCUOOB
17 to 30. lncinsfve.of townshlo Slifrai-tIiMAt in...
ship SOf rraetlonal eectlona 31 and S3) lots l.f, S,
and 4 the southwest quarter ol southeast quarter
and aouth half of aouthweatouartaprir mnttnn.
sections 38, J7, 33, S3, 33, 34, and 13, of township 31,
of range 4. '
Sections I. S. 11. 13. 13. 14. 33. 34. 33. M and ft r
township 13) sections I, 2, 8, 4 sections 9 to 18, In
clusive) sections S3 to 37, Inclusive) sections 34 and
38, of township 18, and fractional townahip 30. of
Bvcuona i to n, inclusive, oi township I7i seo
tlons 1, IS, IS, and i sections Tito so, inclusive, of
townslUp 18,of ranged
sectlous 1 to 15, inclusive) sections 17 to 18, of
township p) sections 1, 3, It, 13, 13. and U, sections
33 to 37, lncluslv ej sections 31 and 13, of township
18, of range 7 r
Sections 1 to 10, inclusive) sections 17 to 34, in
clusive, of township 17, of range 8
Sectional to 18. inclusive) sections 17 tS4, In
clusive, of township 17) township 18. of range 9
irauiiviiai wnauuLi (( ifacttooai KCUOns I, 9.
4,8, 8,13,33, and 33, sections 34 and J7( fractional
sections 28, S3, and 34, of township 14) fractional
township 1i) sections 3 to 10, Inclusive) section IS)
sections 17 to J2, Inclusive, and sections 37 to 38,
Inclusive, or township IS) fractional township 17)
sections 1,3, and 3j sections 10 to 15, Inclusive) sec
tions 23 to 27 lncluslv fisectlons 31 andu. of tnwn.
ship 18, of range 10
Fractional township 13) fractional sections 1, 3,
3, 4) the east half ol the northwest quarter, and
the east haU or sect Ion fit rraetlonal sections II, 13,
and 13 of township U) fractional sections 8, 7, is,
and 19) eectlone 38. 30, 11, and 83, of township 18)
fractional townships 18, 17, and 18, townships 19
and 30, or range 11
fractional towosmps is, it, and 18, of range 13
Lands claimed Under the donation Uwiuillha
excluded from the sales
No " mineral lands," or tracts containing min
eral deposits, are to be offered at the public sales,
such mineral landa being hereby expressly ex
cepted and excluded from sale or other disposal
pursuant to the requirements or the act or Coo-
fress approved February 14, 1883, entitled " An act
o amend an act entitled An act to create the office
or sun eyor general or the puhllo lands in Oregon,
aou u (irvwuo mr inn luiifj, auu id nui aona-
tions to the settlers of tha said public lands, ap
proved September 37, I860 "
IN THE STATE OP MICHIGAN
At the Land Office at Ionia, commenclntr on
Monday. the thirteenth (ISth.dar of Julvnext. for
the disposal of the vacant lands In the even num
bered ttctiont and parti of lectioni, within the un
dermentioned townships, which remain to the
L nlted States, within six miles on each side of the
railroad' from Grand Haven and Pere Marquette
to Hint, and thence to Fort Huron," subject, as re
quired by law, to a minimum of two dollars and
nrty cents per acre, vit
bortKof the bate line and veil of the principal iw-
Tha north half of southwest nuarter and aouth
west quarter of southwest quarter of section S the
northeast quarter and south half of taction sec-
quarter, and the north half of southwest quarter,
OIlNilonoi iudvaiiur.il, ma im, naii ot nonn
west quarter, the southwest quarter of northwest
quarter, and the southwest quarter, ef section 10,
sections 13, 14, and 18, the northeast quarter, the
east half or northwest quarter, and northwest
quarter or northwest quarter, of section 20, sec
tions 23 and 24i the northeast Quarter of northeast
quarter, the southeast quarter, and the south half
oi luu.uwrn iiuancr, u, pcciiuu (( uio nuruieasi
quarter of northeast quarter and south half of sec
tion -.3, ine Bouwiai.il .lunrierui -ouuieasi quarter
of section 30) the north hnlf ul section 33, the
north we it quarter of northeast (juartsr. the south
nan oinerineasi quarter, ine norm west quarter,
the north half of southeast nuarter, and the north
half of s mthwest quarter, of section 14) the north
east quarter of northeast quarter, south hair or
norinrasi quarter, nurin unit normwrs. qusnrr
IIUItnrn.1 atiii.av.,uv..a. ii.ii" .au1.a1nEm.a4u1.il
southeast quarter, east half ol southwest quarter,
and southwest quarter ul aouthweet quarter, of
rcilUU .v. ui ivnuiiiij' IV inuajT
The northeast quarter and the south half of sec
tion 3) the northeast quarter of northeast quarter,
the northwest quarter of northeast quarter, the
southeast quarter of northeast quarter. Ihe north
west quarter of southwest quarter, and south half
of southwest quarter, of section 4) the west half
of section at the northeast quarter of section 81
the east half of northeast quarter, the east half of
southeast quarter, and northwest quarter of south
iv.ir nuarirr nf section lOi section Hi the north
west quarter of northwest quarter, the south half
of southeast quarter, and the southeast quarter of
southwest quarter, or section Ui the west hair or
northwest quarter, or section 19) the southwest
quarter of northeast quarter, of section 20) the
south haU or northeast quarter, the east half of
northwest quarter, the southwest quarter ot north
west quarter, and the south hair uf section fi the
north half, the northwest quarter of southeast
quarter, and the southwest quarter, of section 34)
the north half of northeast quarter, tbe southeast
quarter or northeast quarter, the southwest quar
ter of northwest quarter, ana tbe southwest quar
ter, of section 28, the southeast qusrter of north
west quarter, the west half of northwest quarter,
and the couth half of southweet quarter, of section
38) tbe northeast quarter ot northeast quarter, of
section 4 in norm nan m uoruiix quarter. 01
section 34) and the east half pf northeast quarter,
of section SO. of townshln 18. of ranre 6
The northeast quarter, the notheast quarter of
norinweai quarter, anusoutnwcsi quarter 01 nonn
west quarter, 01 section ine nonn nan, me norm
west quarter of southeast cmartef, and iheiouth
west quarter, of eectioa , ? towaahlp U eeetioae
3, 4, and i tha northeast quarter, nertheaet cnar
ter of Korthwest quarter, eonthweet qaarteV of
northwest nuarter. northweat nutrtiAr aAnit.
west quarter, and south half of south west auarter.
pf section Bisections 10,13,1c. and ft thVSetb
half, the eoutheaetqaarteri and the north Salfg
eooth west quarter, of eoctlonSOt eeetlenatS uv4 tax
the north keif and the north half of eoutheaet quar-
'r, ui muaq x-i ROUMeit quarter, ISO aaax
half of southwest quarter,and the southwest qnais
ter or southwest quarter, ol eectioa S8t tk north
half of aorthweet quarter and southweet quarter oi
northwest quarter, of section SOi tha noru. half of
uuttatHi ijuiirMr, nonnwni quaMMrtii sivjruaweas
quarter, and couth half of southeast quarter, and
ouin fliu 01 soutawest quarter, eu eejcuoa ua
northwest quarter of northeast quarter, tha south
half of northeast quarter, the northeast quarter of
northwest Quarter, the south naif af northwest
quarter, and the south nalf.ofjeetloattf tlMnortn
half of northeast quarter, the southeast quarter of
northeast quarter, and tha poutVweet quarter of
northwest quarter, of section 88. oftowaahlo 13. of
ranges - r
ai ine Lana umce at east DioptAw. 'Coo'
I , ., . .. .... . .....Z..'. 7
"" ." .""??' J"' .'" 'La ITS
even numbered eectien and parti of arcfleae, wtthlo.
the under mentioned townshlna. which fa,neinata.
tha United StaUaa within sin allea n aaoaauAa
ofthoraUroads)ffrom Amboy, by UUledalafOd
Laaslng.andfrom Grand Rapids to eome point ea
or aear Traverse Bar" and froeo Grand Haven
and Fere Marquette to Flint, and tfaeoeeto Fort
Huron," subject, aa required by law, to a minimum
of two dollars and fifty cents per acre, vlu
Aerfa of the bate line and eaei aJhf prinHpat me
The east half of northeast quarter, eouthweat
qharterof northeast quarter, west half of north
west quarter, southeast quarter of northweat
quarter, lots A and 8, and east half of southeast
quarter, of section i fractional section lOj lou
and 8 of section ft, of township li the southeast
quarter of southweet quarter of section S0 the
northeast quarter, tote 3 and 4, the northwest quar
ter of southeast quarter, and eaat half of southweet
half, of section SOj the couth half of northeast
quarter, southeast quarter of northwest quarter,
rt i southeast quarter, and southeast quarter of
soutj u est quarter, of section S3) the north half of
northwest quarter, and noutawect quarter of
southwest quarter of section 34, of township It, of
1 ne northeast quarter and southeast quarter of
northwest quarter of aectlon lot the eouthweat
quarter of northeast quarter of aectlon SOj tha
southeast quarter of southeast quarter of section
tit the south half of northeast quarter, east half of
southeast quarter, and northweat quarter of south
east quarter, of section S4,of township j fractional
section 4, of township I3 the weat half of south
east quarter and aouthweet quarter of section tBi
the northwest quarter and west half of aouthweet
quartet of section S0 tha weet half of aouthweet
quarter and southeast quarter of aouthweet quar
ter oi section so iracuopej eeeuone w aoa , f
township 13, of range s.
section ai the northweet nuarter ol
nonneasi quarter, west nan oi nortnwees quaner,
northeast quarter of north weet quarter, and eosth
east quarter of southeast quarter of section 10i tha
cast hair of oortheastquarter,th8 aouthasstqear
ter, the east half of aouthweet quarter, and couth
west quarter of southwest quarter, of eeetteo 1B
the west half of northeast quarter, southeast quar
ter of northeast quarter, west half of southeast
quarter, northeast quarter of southeast quarter,
and east half of eouthweat quarter of section tt
the northeast quarter, eaat half of north weet quar
ter,northwest quarter ot northwest quarter, aad
lot No A, of section 34, of townahip Uj tha soutiir
east quarter of northeast quarter, lote i, OVknd 8,
and south half of southeast quarter, of eecUea 10$
the northeast quarter, west half of southeaat quar
ter, northeast quarter of southeast quarter and
west half, of section 12i section 14) lots 8 and a, and
aouth fraetlonal half ofeaotlon 18 aaotlona SO aad
23) the north half of northeast quarter, northweat
quarter, south half of southeast quarter, end east
half or southwest quarter of section S4 sections 98
and 38) fractional sections 30 and St, the aorth half,
the north half of southeast quarter, the weet half
of southwest quarter, aad northeast quarter of
southwest quarter, ol section 34) the weethalfoi
northeast Quarter and north half of northweet
quarter of eectlonS8,oftowashtp 14) tha eaat hail
anaeoutnweef quaner oi eouinaex quarter. i
eectlonSS) the north half of aectlon 30, of towaahlp
la.airanse . ,
Lot 1 of section 8) fractional aectlon 10, of town
ship 9; ther eaat half of twrtheeat mlaTtar, lata I, S,
and 3, and tha northeast qoarter of aouthaast quar
ter, of eeotlon SO; the eouUi half of ecmtheaat quar
ter of section 28the eaat half of northeast quarter,
lota 3, s, and 4, and east half of southeaat quarter,
of section S3, of township lOj the southwest quarter
of southweet quarter of ettloo4i the west frac
tional half of northeast quarter, the vest half of
aoutbeaat oirarter. and northeast anerferof couth-
east quarter, of aectlon lots 2, 3,4,0, jf, 8, amis,
and southwest quarter of eouthrasVquarter, of se
lion st seouon in ana irecuonai aecnon w. oi town
ship 13) section 4) north half of northeast quarter
and lot 1 of section 8. the aortheaat quarter, north
east quarter of northwest quarter, north half of
southeast quaiter, west half of aouthweet quarter,
and southeast quarter of southwest quarter, of eeo
tlon 8i the west halfofBOftBeaat.quarterj south
east quarter or northeast quarter, southeast quar
ter, and west half, of aectlon 10f fractional eeeUdo
13) the northwest quarter of northeast quarter, the
west half of coutheaat quarter, and tha west frac
tional half of aectloul8)the north fractional half
of northwest quarter of aectlon so, of towaahlp
lot No 2, south half of southeast quarter, and aouth
weet fractional quarter, of aecton tha eaat frac
tional part east of Kawkawllng river, tha north
hall o southeast quarter, and the west fractional
half, of section 33, of township 18, of range 8.
IN THE STATE OF KANUA6.
At the Land Office at Torxxa, commencing
on Momoav, tha third (3d) day of August aeat, for
the disposal of the public landa heretofore ua
odered, situated la the following townahlpa and
parts of townships, vit .
South oj the bate line and eaet afthetUth principal m.
The parts of townships 13, 18, it, and is, inside
of the Shawnee reservation, of range 80.
The parts of township 13 Inside or Shawnee
reservation, townships 13 and 14, and the parte of
township 18 Inside of Shawnee reservation, of
The parts of township 12 Insldo of Shawnee ree
ervatlun) Vownhlps 13 and 14. and the part of town
ship 18 In Ale of the Shawnee reservation) aad the
parts of townships, 18 19, and so Inside of the Mi
ami reservation, of range S3
Ihe parts oftownshtis U and JS Inside or the
Shawnee reservation) townships 13 and 14) and the
parts of township 18 loslde or Ua ahnwoee recr
vttlen) and the parts of township 18 Inside of the
Miami reservation) townships 19,20,21, aad St, of
!& ttarta of towashlD tl Inside ot Shawnee ree-
ervaHoni townships li, 13, and 14) the parte of
tnwnsnip i .niiut in M.twi rrnntuimi tarn
parts oi township 18 Inside of the Miami reeerva
lion townships 11,20,11, and 23, of range 24
The parts ol township II inside ol the Shawnee
reservation! townships 13. 18, and It) tha part of
tow nahlp 18 Inside of the Shawnee reservation) the
parts of townahip 18 InsUe af the Miami reserva
tion) townships 19, 20, 31, and 33, of range 28,
At the Land Office at HcwaOLDT, common
olag on Monpav. the thirteenth (13th) day of July
next, for the disposal of the public lands hereto
fore unoffered, situated lu the following town
shlj a and parte of townships, vli:
South aftht bate tine and eatt of the Uth principal
The parts of township 23 Inside of the Miami
reservation, of range 33 ... , ,
The parts of township J- Inside of the Miami
reservation, of range 33. ....
The parts of towmhlp 23 Inside or the Miami
reservation, of range 34 ... .
Tie parts of towosbip 33 InsUe of the Miami
rcsvrvatlon, of range 28.
Lands ai iiro.iriated by law for the use of schools,
military and other purposes, or lands on which
arM'IloatlnuB have been died under the provisions
ot the homestead law, will be exclude 1 from the
Tin- olferlne of the above landa will be eom
niCUCrU DO .l.9 UITI aInjiai Ti, TUl VrOVTOXX IU,
t, e order In which they are advertised until the
Wholc shall have been offered, aad the sales thus
nieuccd on the days appointed, and will proceed In
clused) lut no talt ihail be kept open tonarr than
(ire avfJti, and no private entry of any of the landc
will be admitted until alter the expiration of the
Given under mv hand, at the eltv of Washington.
this twentieth day of March, anno IMmlal one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-three
AunnnATO .ini.ui n
By the Fresldeati
3 M kOMVMDS,
Commissioner of the General Land Offloe
NOTICE TO PRE EMPTION CLAIMANTS,
Even carton entitled totha rlsht of Dra-amntint.
to any oi the lands within the townships and parta
of townships above enumerated, Is required to ae
tabllshthe same to the satisfaction 01 the Koglt-
ir ua ivcvvivvr wi uiv Piupr juaou uoiof. ana
make payment therefor aa soon as praetlcabla
after seeing this notice, and before tha day ap
pointed for the oommoneemca.of the public sale
of the landa embracing tho tract clalmedi other
wise such claims will be forfeited,
J M. EDMONDS,
Commissioner of tha General Land Offloe.
Note. Under tho ragulttleas af the Depart
ment, aa heretofore and now cxlstlag, ao payment
can be made for advertising proclamations cxeept
to such publishers as are epeciailg avtaariMei to
Buellth by the Commissioner or the General Land
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