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There is a story current of Senator
McDougall, of California, that hav?
ing highly over-estimated his capacity
for refreshment, he found himself in
the gutter, "ami was accosted by a
policeman, who, shaking him roughly,
desired him to got up. "Do you
know who I am?" thundered tho Se?
nator. "No," said buttons. "I'm a
great man," said McDougall. "Can't
you see I'm Sewered?"
Startling toast: "Woman-tho
morning star of infancy-thc day
star of manhood-t he evening star
of age. Bless our stars."
At a printers' festival, the. follow?
ing was one of the toasts: "Worm n
-Second only to the press iu tho dis?
semination of news."
What trees increase and multiply
and bear most fruit after they are cut
down? The Christmas trees.
UNITED STATES MAIL,
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT,
WABINGTON, October 31, lSltG.
PROPOSALS ? ill bc received at the Con?
tract Oflice of this Department until 3
p. m. of February 28. 18?7, for conveying
tho Mails of thc United States from July 1,
18G7, to June 30,1S71, in tho S'.atft of South
Carolina, on tho routes and by I ho sche?
dules of departures and arrivals herein
?pocified. Decisions announced bv March
(Bidders mill examine carefully the forms
and instructions anne ted. especially the
latter part of Instruction 19.)
?001 From Kingsville, by Manchester, Sum?
ter, Mayosvillo, Lynchburg, Cartersville,
Timmonsville, Florence. Mat 's Bluff, Ma?
rion C H, Mullins' Depot, Gilchrist's
Bridge, Floydsville, Fair Bluff, N C, Cerro
Gordo, Grist's Station. Peacock's Store,
Whitotivillc, Bogue, Green Swamp, Bol?
ton, Byrdsvillo and Robeson's, to Wil?
mington, 171 miles and bael', daily, oras
much oftener as trains may run, if re?
Leave Kingsville daily at 3 4r< p m;
Arrive at Florence by 7.23 p in;
Leave Florence daily at 7.41 p m;
Arrive At Wilmington by 1.45 a ni;
Leave Wilmington daily ..! 8 p in;
Arrive at Florence by 2.10 a m;
Leave Florence daily at. 2.30 a m;
Arrive at Kingsville by 6 a m.
6002 From Kingsville, by Fort Motto, St
Matthew's, Jamison. Ornngeburg C U,
Branchville, Midway, Bamberg, Gra?
ham's Turn-Out, Blackrille, Minis, Wil
liston, White Pond, v\ iudsor, Johnson,
Aiken, Granitcvillo aim Hamburg, to
Augusta, Ga, 119 mile? and back, daily,
or as much oftener as t rains may run, if
required, with branches
let. From Kingsville, by Watcree, State- j
burg and Boykin's Depot, to Camden,37J
miles and back, daily.
2d. From Kingsville, by Gadsden and
Hopkins' TuriirOut, to Columbia, 27 miles
ana back, daily, or as much oftener as
trains may run. if required.
3d. From Branchville, by Reorcsville, St
George's, El m vii le, Ridg'eville, Summer?
ville and Danner's Cross Loads, to
Charleston, C2 miles r.t.d back, daily, or
as much oftener as trains may run, if
Leave Kingsville daily at G.30 a in;
Arrive ;>t Augusta by 1.15 p ni;
Leave. Augusta daily at S a m;
Arrive ;it Kingsville by 3 p m;
Leave Kingsville daily at 3.30 p m;
Arrive at Camden by G.20 p er.
Leave Camden daily at 3 io a m;
Arrive at Kingsville by 6.35 a m;
Leave Kingsville d uly at 3.30 a ::i;
Arrive at Columbia bv G a tu;
Leave Columbia daily at 1.10 p m;
Arrive at Kingsville by 3.()."> p rn;
Leave Branchville daily at 0.3? a m;
Arrive at. ('hath ston by 5 a m;
Leave Charleston daily at 2 j) m;
Arrive at Branchville i>\ G p tn.
5G03 From Florene.-, by Darlington C H,
Dove's Depot, Leavenworth and Society I
Hill, to Cheraw, 40 mites and back, daily.
Leave Florence daily at s p m;
Arrive at Cheraw bj 10.30 p m;
Leave Cheraw daily at 9 a ni;
Arrive, at Florence by 11.30 a m.
5G01 From Charleston, by Bonncau's De?
pot, St Stephen's Depot, Sutton'e, Mur?
ray's Ferry, Kingstree, Camp Ridge,
Lynch's Luke and Myersville, to Flo?
rence, 10SJ miles and back, daily, or as
much oftener as trains may run, if re?
Leave Charleston daily at 0.3? p in;
Arrive at Florence by 6.30 p ni;
. Leavo Florence daily at 2.40 a in;
Airive at Charleston by 8.30 a m.
5605 From Charleston, by Jacksonboro De
?ot, Ashepeo Ferry, Green Pond, Rluc
louse, Saltketcher Bridge, Pocotaligo,
Grahamville and Hardeeriilo, to Savan?
nah. Ga, 106.1 miles and back, daily.
Le>\ve Charleston daily at 9.15 a m;
Arrive at Savannah by 3 p in;
Leave Savannah daiiy at 1.45 p m;
Arrive at Charleston by 8 p m.
6G06 From Columbia, by Doko, Ridgeway,
Winnsboro, Yongucsville, Blackstocks,
Cornwell Turn-Out, Chester C H, Chest?
nut Grove, Smith's Turn-Out, Rock Hill,
Fort Mills and Pineville, N C, to Charlotte, .
. 110 miles and back, six times a week.
Leave Columbia daily, except Sunday, ni
7.30 a m; arrive at Charlotte by 4 p tn;
Loave Charlotte daily, except Sunday, at G
a m; arriv? at Columbia by 3 p m.
5607 From Columbia, by Littleton, Alston,
Hope Station, Pomaria, Frog Level, New?
berry C H, Chappoll's Bridge, Dvgon's
Mills, Ninety-Six, Now Market, Green?
wood, Cokesbury, Hodge's, Donaldsville,
Honea Path, Belton, Williamston ami
Grove Station, to Greenville C H, 1454
miles and back, *ix times a week, with
1st. From Hodge's to Abbeville, ll1 miles
and back, MX times a week.
2d. From Belton to Anderson C II, 10
miles and back, six times a week.
Leave Columbia daily, except Sunday, 7.30
a m ; arrive Greenville C H by G.15 p rn:
Leavo Greenville C IT daily, except Sun?
day, 4 a m; arrive Columbia by 2 30 p m:
Leave Hodge'? daily, except Sunday, at 3
p in; arrive at Abbeville by 4 p m;
Leave Abbeville daily, except Sunday, at
6.30 a m; arrive at Hodge's bv 7.25 a m:
Leave Belton daily, except Sunday, at 4.25
p m; arrive at Anderson C II 5 30 p rn;
Leave Anderson C ll daily, except Sunday,
at 4 5 I o m; arrive it, ] elton bv 5.35 a m.
SG0S From Clu ster C H. by L e.vi vsviile,
McConnelsrille and Guthriesvilie, to
Yorkville, 23} miles and buck, s:x times a
Leave Chester C H daily, except Snnday,
at 1.30 p in; arrive Yorkville by 3 30 p m;
Leave Yorkville doily, except Sunday, at 8
a ni; arrive at Chester C H 10 a m.
5C09 From Alston, by Strother, Lylesford,
Shelton, Simsville, Santue, Unionville,
J nesville, Pacolct Depot, Ratesvillo and
Cedar Springs, to Spartan! nrg C II, 70
miles atid back, six times a week.
Leave Alston daily, except Sunday, at ll
a m: nriive Spartanhnrg C il by 4 p m;
. Leave Sparenburg C II daily, exe? pt Snn?
day, nt 5 a ra; arrive at Alston by 10 am.
KIO From Newberry C II, by Jalappa, Ki.
nani's Turn-Out, Martin's Depot and
('linton, to Laurens O H, 32 nulos and
back, six times a week.
Leavo Newberry C il daily, except Sunday,
1.15 p m; arrive Laurens C fl 3.15 p m;
Leavo Lauren? C Ii daily, except Sunday,
at 8 a rn; arrive Newberry C fl 10 a m.
5G11 From Manchester to Fulton, 9miles
and back, once a ?erl,-.
Leave Manchester Monday at 7 a m;
Arrive at Fulton by 9 am;
Leave Fulton Monday at 10 a ni;
Ai rive at Manchester by 12 m.
5012 From Sumter, by Privateer, Packs
villo, Fiiendship, Wright's Bluff, Man?
ning and Plowde?*s Mills, to Sumter,
equal to 31 mik s and buck, twicemweek.
Leave Sumter Monday :nid Thursday at ?
a m; arrive Sumter next days by G p m.
5G13 From Sumter, by Mechanicsville, to
Bishopville, 23 miles and back, twice ii
Leave Sumter Monday and Thursday at 1
p m; arrive at Bisbopv?le by 7 p m;
Leave Bishopville Monday and Thursday
at G a m; arrive at Sumter by 12 m.
5614 From Lynchburg, by Shiloh. Bethle?
hem and New Zion, to Sandy Grove, 2*
mih s and back,once a week.
.Leave Lynchburg Saturday at G a in;
Arrive at Sandy drove, by 12 in;
Leave Sandy Grove Saturday at 1 p rn;
Arrive at 1 ynchbnrg by 7 p m.
5G15 From Taylor's t ? Lynchburg, 8 mik :
and back, one- a week.
Leave Taylor's Wednesday at 1 p m;
Arrive at Lynchburg by 4 p m;
Leave Lynchburg Wednesday at 9 a m;
Arrive at Taylor's by 12 m.
5G1G Prom Marion ? ll, bv Gum Swamp
Peedy Creek, Little Bock, Selkirk, Oal
Grove, Brownsville, Parnassus and Clio
to Benncttsvillc, 85 miles and back, one<
Leavo Marion C TI Wednesday at 8 am;
Arrive at Bennettsvillo next day by 7 p m
Leavo Bennettsvillo Friday at 5 a m;
Arrive at Marion C IT next day by G p m.
5G17 From Marion C H, by Allen's Bridge
Buck Swamp, Campbell's Bridge, Pedcc
Little Bock, Melinus' Bridge, and Queens
dale, N C, to Shoo Heel, GO miles auc
back, once a week.
Leave Marion C. IL Tuesday nt 8 Mn;
Arrive at Slioo Heel next day by 3 p m;
Leavo Shoo Heel Thursday at 8 a ra;
Arrive at Marion C H next day by 3 p m.
5G18 Prem Min ion C H, by Ariel, GaUvant'
Ferry and Cool taring to Con way boro, 3
miles and back, twice a week.
Leave Marion C H Monday and Thursda
a' 7 a m; arrive at Conway boro by 5 p m
Leavo Ccuwayboro Tuesday and Friday a
7 a m; arrive at Marion G II by 5 p m.
5019 From Marion G II, by Ella's Grove
j Britten's Neck and Oakt in, to Mai ion C II
! equal to 2G mik's and back, once a week
Leave Marion G II Wednesday 8 a rn; ai
rive at Marion C 1F7 p m.
5G20 From Camden, by Flat Rock, Hang
ing Kock and Pleasant Hill, to Laucaste
C II, 38 miles and back, twice a weeli
Leavo Camden Monday and Wednesday
a m; arrive at Lancaster C li 5 p ni; leav
Lancaster C II Tuesday and Thursday G
m; arrive at Camden 5 p in. Proposals f<
tri-weekly service invited.
5021 From Georgetown, by Black Ming?
Johnsonville, Lynch's Cre< k, ForcstvilJ
and Jeffry's Creek, to Mar's Bluff, 73 mik
and hack, once a week. Leave Gcortretow
Monday G a m. arrive at Mar's Bluff he?
day G p rn: h ave Mar's Bluff Wednesday
a in; arrive af Georgetown next day G p n
Proposals invited for more frequent servit
and greater sp< cd.
5022 From Georgetown, by Lenudc
Ferry, to Kingstree, 42 mil? s and back, si
times a week. Leave Georgetown dail;
except Sunday, 4 p m; arrive at Kingstr.
next, days 0:30 a in; h aw: Kingstree dail;
except ?Sunday, 4 p m; arrive at Georgi
town next days 0:30 a ra.
5623 From Black 'lingo, by Plantorsvill
to Kingstree, 21A mites und back, once
week. Leave Black Mingo Thursday 1 p r
arrive at Kincstier S p ni; ?cave Kingstri
Thursday 5 :i m: ai rive at Black Mingo 121
5G24 From Graham's Turn-Out, I
Springtown, to Buford's Fudge, 20 rr.il
and back, once a week. Leave Graham
Turn-Out Wednesday ? a m; arrive at B
ford's Bridge 12 m ; P a ve Buford's Brid/
W< dnesday 1 p m; arrive Graham's Turi
Ont 7 p m.
5G25 From Duck Branch, by Beach Franc
Lawtonviflo and Stwip Bottom, to Robert
ville, 3;)} miles and hack, < ncc a we?
Leave Duck Branch Tuc ?hiv 7 a m; arri
at llobertsvillo Gp ni; leave Robortsvi!
Wednesday 7 a tn; arrive Duck Branch (? p i
5G2G From Blackville to Barnwell C ti,
miles and fae!., three times A week. Lea
Blackville Tuesday, Thursday and Sate
?lay 1 p m; ai rive ai .Barnwell (.' ll 4 p t
leave Barnwell C li Tuesday, Thursday at
Saturday 7 a m; arrive at Blackville Wai
Proposals invited t<>r three additional tri
5G27 From Williston, by Jordan's Mil
.to Kitching's Milln, 24.J miles and bat
once a week. Leave W,n'*iton Friday 7
m ; arrive at Kitching's K ds 3 p m; lea
KitchingV Thursday 7 a ui; arrive av W
liston 3 l) m.
5628 From Aiken, by Ilammoml find Ti
ker's Creek, to Dunbarton, 31 miles a
back, once a week. Leave Aiken Mond
7 a tu; arrive Dunbarton 5p rn; leave Du
barton Tuesday 7 a ni: arrive Aiken 5 p
562'J From Hamburg, by Poverty Hi
Ivy Island, Collier's, Cold Spring and Rel
both, to Longmire'e Stern, 374 miles a
back, one.? a wi ek. J.eavo Hamburg F
day 7 am; arrive at Lon g m ire's Store 7 p
leave Longmiro's Store Saturday 7 a is; ;
rive at Hamburg 7 p m.
503;) From Augusta, Ga, by Hamburg
C, Kdgetield C H, Elton, Meeting Sir
and Dom's Mill, to Ninety-Six, 5-l?.ini
and back, twice a week. Leavo Augin
Munday ?nd Thursday G a m; arrive
Ninety-Six 10 p m; leave Ninety-Six Tu
day and Friday 6 a. m; arrive at Angust?
p m. Proposals for tri-weeklv service
5G31 From Augusta, Ga, by Beech Js'.a
S O, Silverton, Four Milo Branch, Spo
well, Erwin ton, King's Creek, Daniell
Greeutield and Brighton, to Itobertsvi
?l.} indes ?mi buck, onco a week. Le
Augusta Monday 6 a ni; arrive at P o bel
viile next Wednesday ?A a m ; leave Kobi':
ville Wednesday 1 p n* ??ivo at A ti gr.
next Saturday 5 p m.
5032 Prom Augusta, Ga, by Woodlaw
C. Park's, Tucker's P..nd, Cairo, Maplel
Bordeaux ?nd Willingtou, to Cal hoi
Mills. GO miles and back, once a wi
Leave Augusta Monday 7 am; arrivi
Calhoun's Mills next day ll a ni; leave i
bonn's Mills Tuesday 3 p in; arrivo at
gusta next dav 7 p m.
5C33 From "Edgefield C II, by Lo
Bidge, Leesville and Lexington G li, to
bimbil. 57 miles and back, twice aw
Leavo Edgelield C il Mon.lay sud Th
day y a m; arrive at Columbia il p m;h
Columbia Tuesday and Frn!/.', o a m;
rive at Edg. li? ld C ll 8 p nt.
5634 From EdgefiVld C li, !.;? Pi wit 1
Bichardsonvillc, Big Cv 1. -md . . i
Cros" Roads, to Chappid. ?ridge, 2?n
and back, once a week. ave Edgell?
ll Friday 7 a m ; ari ive at Chappeh's Br
4 ]> in; 1 ave Ch appel l's Bridge J hnrsd
a rn; arrive at Edgelield (? ll 4 p m.
5G35 From Jaoksonboro to vValterl
17 miles and bael', three times a \\
Leave Jacksonboro Monday, Wedin
and Friday alter arrival of mail 1
Charleston-say at 2 p m;arr;v?: at Wa
boro 7 p ni; leavo Walterboro .Mon
1 Wednesday and Friday 5 a in; arri'
Jacksonboro 10 a m.
5G3G Prom Lydia to Hartsvillo, il /
and back, onco a week. Leave Lydia
day on arrival of maii from Darlingt
H-say 12 ni; arrive at- Hurtsville 4 p m;
leave Hartville Friday 5 p tu; arrive at
Lvdia y p m.
"5637 From Chesterfield C H, hy Horns
boro, Mount Croghan and Pino Tree, to
Jefferson, 30 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Chesterfield C il Monday 7 a m; ar?
rive at Jefferson 5 p m; leavo Jefferson
Tuesday 7 a ni, arrive at Chesterfield C Jl
5 p m.
5638 From Clio, by Adamsville, to Bcn
nettsvillo, 17 miles and back, o noe a week.
Leave Clio Tuesday 7 a in; arrive at Bcn
nettsvillo 11:30 a "m; leavo Bennettsvifie
Tuesday 1 p m; arrive at ("lio G p m.
5639 From Bcunett.>vi".le to Society Lill.
12 miles and back, three times a week.
Leave Bennet ts ville Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday 2 p in; arrive at, Society Hil! G p
in; leave" Society Hill Tuesday, Thursday
atid Saturdav 7 a m; arrive atBcnncttsvilk
10 a in.
564.0 From Cheraw to Chesterfield (' ll,
12 miles ami back, twice a week. Leave
Cheraw Wednesday and Friday 1 p m; ar?
rive at Chesterfield C H 5 p ni: leave Ches?
terfield O II Wednesday and Friday 7 a m
arrive at Cheraw 11 a m.
Still From Jefferson, by Catarrh, Lynch
wood and Tiller's Ferry, to Camden, .!"
miles and back, once a week. Leave Jef?
ferson Friday 1 p m: arrive at Camden next
day G p nt: h ave ('aniden Thursday 7 a m
arrive at Jefferson next day 12 m.
5642 From Beaufort to Pocotaligo, 24
miles and back, three p'mcs a week. Leavi
Beaufort Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Gani; arrive at Pocotaligo liam; leave
Pocotaligo Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day 3 p m; arrive at Beaufort 8 p m.
5643 From Beaufort to Port Boyal, lt
miles and back, twice a week. Leave Beau
fort Monday and Wednesday 8 a ni; arrivi
at Port Royal 1 p ni; leave Port Royal Mon
day and Wednesday 2 p in; arrive at Beau
fort 7 pm. Proposals invited for three
5644 From Adams' Run to Edisto Island
16 miles and back, once & week. Leavi
Adams' Run Wednesday G a m; arriuo a
Edisto Island ll a rn; leave Edisto Islam
Wednesday 1 p m; arrive at Adams' Run
p m. Proposais for semi-weekly servie
5G15 From Charleston and Savannah RI
to Adams' Run, 4 miles and hack, thrc
I times a week. Leavo Charleston and Sa
v ann ah R R Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day 8 a m,or on arrival of cars fror
Charleston; arrive at Adams' Run 10 a m
leavo Adams' Run Tuesday, Thursday an
Saturday 6:30 a ni; arrive at Charleston an
Savannah R R s a ni.
5646 Fi om Coosawhatchic, by Gillisor
ville, to Robertsville, 17A miles and bad
three times a week. LeaveCoosawhatchi
'I uesday, Thursday and Saturday 12 tn; at
rive at Robertville 5 p in; leave Robt rte
ville Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday G
tn; arrive at Coosawbatchie ll a m.
5647 From Bluffton to Hardceville, 1
miles and back, twice a week. Leave Kief
ton Tuesday and Friday 7 a rn; arrive i
Hardceville 1 p nt; leave Hardceville Tin
day and Friday 2 p tn; arrive- at Bluffton
5613 From Ridgcvillc, by Rondvillo, I
Vance's Ferry, 30 miles and back, once
week. Leave Ridgcvillo Tuesday 10 a n
ai rive at Vajuce'a Ferry 5 p in ; leave Vance
Ferry Wednesday 7 a m; arrive at Ridgi
vdle 3 p m. Proposals for semi -weekly : e
5649 From Winnsboro, by Jackson
Creek, Bell's Store, buckhead, Feastervil
and HalseUvillo, to Crosbyville, 41? mil?
and back, once a. week. Leave Winn: !>->i
Friday 1 p m; arrivent Crosbyville next d;
G i int; U-avo Crosbyvillo Thursday 5 ar
arrive al Winnsboro next day 12 m.
5650 From Cornwell's Turn-Cut, by H
zlewood, to Rossville, 10 miles and bac
once :>. week. Leave Corn well's Turn-O
Tuesday S a tn; arrive at Rossville ll a t
leave Ros-.ilk Tuesday J2 in; arrive
Cornwell's Furn-Out 3 p m.
5651 FM te Yorkville, by Hickory Grov
Smith's J - . , Draytonsville, Ltmcstoi
Springs, Moultrie and Hurricane, to Spa
tanburg C H. 51 miles and back. one.
week; leave Yorkville Tuesday 1 pm; a
rive :.t Spartanburg C H next day 6 p i
leave Spartanl nrg O Ii Mdhday G a m; r
?ive at Yorkville noxl day 12 m.
5652 From V: rkville, by.Blairsville. Ri
lock's Ciuk, Mount Tabor, Cedar Bluff ai
Cross Keys, to Cross Anchor, 51 miles ai
back, cie e a week. Leavo Yorkville Timi
day G ,i m; arrive at Cross Anchor next ci
12 m; leave Cn ss Anchor Friday 1 p ni; i
uve at Y< rkville next, day 6 p m.
5G53 Front Yorkville. by (.'lark's Foi
Antioch, Now House atidSwangstown, N
io Shelby and back, by Slice's Sima
Broad River, Harmony, s C, Boy db
('Ink's Fi iii and Gi a d Hill, to Yorkvil
equa to 3'J miles and back, once a wet
Leavo Yorkvillo Tuesday 6 a m; arrive
Shelby G p in: leave Shelby Wednesday I
m; arrive at Yorkville 6 p m.
5654 From Limestone springs, by Clari
ville, Cowpens, Arrow Wood, FiugersviJ
Jackson Hill and Earlesville, to Columbi
N C, 42V miles and back, once a wc?
Leave Limestone Springs Thursday 7 x.
arrive at Columbus next day 12 tn; let
Columbus Ftiday 1 p in; arrive at Lit;
stone Springs next day 5 p ni.
5655 Front Lancaster G II, by Lo
r.tivct, Dry Creek, Russell Placo, Libe
iiii! and Red Hill, to Camden, 53 miles a
back, or.ce a werk. Leave Lancaster C
Wednesday Cam; arrive, at Camden m
d;iy 12 in; l?avo Camden Thursday 1 p
arrive at Lancaster 'J ll next day 6 p m.
5656 From Ln:. eas tor CH, by Cr ai govi
Caret on'? Store, Belair and Pleasant V
ley, to Pineville, N C. 30 miles and ba
oner a week. Leave Lancaster G il 'Phi
day 8 a ni; arrivo at Pineville 4 p ni; le;
Pineville Friday 8 a m; arrive at Laucas
0 ll 4 p m. Proposal? for au additio
trip per week invited.
5ii.Y7 From Lancaster C II, bv Flint Rid
Wild Cat, Hickory Head, Old Store i
White Plain?, to Jefferson, 34$ miles ;
back, once a week, supplying Old St
only on return trip. Leave Lancaster <
Thursday 7 a tn; arrive at Jeff rson 7 p
l<-:ive Jeff r.-on Friday 7 * m;a.rrivo at 1
caster O Ii 7 ? ni
5658 FJ om Landnford, by Cedar Sho
Rich I!tit, Cross Roads and Louisville
('bester lt II, 24 miles and hack, on
wc. k. Leave Landuford Friday 8 a rn;
rive Chester C H 4 p ni; leave Chest
H Thursday S a m; arrive at Lan da fon
m. Proposais f.>r semi-weekly service
5G.VJ From Unionville, bv ('old We i,
sbm Hill, Whit miro'?, Liberty Ha:
Reth Eden, to Newberry C ll, 39 mil. t
buk, once X ?'eek. Leave Unionville
day 5 a ni; arrive at Newberry C ll 7 t
leave Nowh&r y O H Saturday 5 a nt;ai
at Unionville 7 p ni.
5GG0 Front Unionvillo, by V (ton, Mt
JoyandSknll Shoals, to Cowde.vsvill
miles and ha. k, once a wee k Leave U?
ville Saturdav 0:30 p m; ari ive hi Oowil
ville 0 p ni; leavo Gow ri
a in; arrive at UnionviM. ?I: ?
5G.il Fr -ttl Jonesville, by
Timber Ridge and Bmvlensvi le, io i.
?none Springs 18j miles uno back ..i
week. Leay. Jonesville Monday 2 j.- ii
uve at Limestone Springs 8 \> rn; 1
Limestone spring's Monday G a ni; arri
J lie.-vilie 12 Ul. l'ioposils for twicu
throe-timcs-a-week ser* icu invited.
5662 Fr.un Glenn Springs, by Means
to Jonesville, ll mile? and hack, ol
wiel;. Leave Glenn Springs Tuesday
fi in; arrive at Jonesville 7:30 a ni; J
Jonesville Tuesday 2:30 p rn; arre
Glenn Springs 6 p m. Proposals in
for twice-a-week service.
5C63 From Smith'? Store, by Hoi
Bogor's Bridge and Cavin'? Old Field, to
Woodruff*A, 15 miles and back, oneea week.
Leave Saul li's Store Saturday 1 p m; arrive
at Woodruff's 6 p m; leave Woodruffs Sa?
turday 7 a m; arrivo at Smith's Sturo 12m.
5004 From Barlcyvrood, by Mountain
Shoals and Scuffletown, to Laurena C H,
IGA miles and back, once a week. Leave
Barleywood Wednesday 7 a m; arrive al
Laurens G II 12 ni; leave Laurens C ll
.Wednesday 1 pin; arrivo at Barleywood f
5665 From Hope Station, by Wallon and
Glymphvilie, to Mablntou, 15 miles and
hack, once a week. Leave Hope Station
Saturday 1 p in; arrivo at Mabinton (? p m
leave Mahinlon Satur dav 7 a m; arrive at
Hope Station 12 m.
5666 From Cross Anchor, bv Hobbyvilh
and Crowsville, lo Millville, IS miles am
back, once a week. Leave Cross Auch?'
Saturday 7 a rn: arrive at Millville 12 m
leave MUlville Saturday ? pm; arrive a
Cross Anchor <? p m.
5667 From Lauren.? C II, hy Cold Water
Tylersville, Cross Anchor, Burnt Factor;
and Smith's Store, to Glenn Springs, tl
miles and back, once a week.. Leave Lan
tens C ll Thursday 7 a m; arrivo atGh.ni
Springs 6pm; leave Glenn Spring Wed
nesday 7 a m; arrive at Laurens C lt Op ni
Proposals for twice-a-wcek service invited
5668 From Laurens C H. hy Highlam
Home, Powers' Shop, Fountain Inn a,:n
Plain, to Greenville C H, 35.J milos'am
back, once a week. Lease Laurens C I
Weducsday 8:30 a ni; arrivo at. Greenville <
Il ?' ]) m: leave Greenville ('. H Thureday
a ni; arrive at Laurens C ll hy 0 p m.
5669 From Laurens C ll, hy Scufflctowr
Pleasant Mound and Young's Store, to Cen
treville, IDA miles and back, onco a wee!
Leave Laurens O H Saturday 5 a mjarriv
at Centreville lia m; leave Centreville Sn
turday 12 ni; arrive at Laurens C H6 p rr
5G7? From Laurens C H, hy Simpson'
Mills ami Mount Gallagher, to Brcwertoi
19J nrileB and back, ouco a w?'ck. Loav
Laurens C II Friday 12 rn; arrivo al Brei
crton Cpra; leave Brewerton Fridays a n
arrivo at Laurens C H ll a m.
5071 From Chappell's Bridge, by Spriu
Grove and Cross Hill, to Mountville, ]
miles and back, once a week. LeavcClia)
pell's Bridge ' Wednesday 12 ni; arrivo ?
Mountville 6 pm; lcavo "Mountville Wc?
nesday 5 a ni; arrive at Chappell's Bride
ll a m.
5G72 From Ninety-Six, by SwancyFerr;
Waterloo and Minuit Pleasant, to Laurel
C H, 2(\\ miles and back, once a wool
Leave Ninety-Six Friday 7 am; arrive i
Laurens C li 4 p ni; leave Laurens CH Si
turday 7 a m; arrive at Ninety-Six t?> m.
5673 From Duo West to Donaldsyillo,
miles and hack, tin cc times a week. Lea?
Due West, Tuesday, Thursday and Satu
day :? p m; arrive at Donaldsvillc 4 p r
I? ave Donalds?, illy-Tuesday, Thursday a:
Saturday 5 p ni; arrive at Due West li p r
Proposals lor three additional trips pi
we? k invited.
5674 From Fountain Inn, by Dublii
Cripple Creek, C. dar Falls, Lick ville, Du
kihi, Fden and Fairview, to Fountain In
? ?pia! to 22 miles and bach", once a'.vee
Lease Fountain Inn Weduesday liam; c.
rive at Fountain inn next day 'j a m.
5t?75 From Williameton, by*Newell,Gol
en Springs, Douthet, Brushy ( rei k, Equa
ity, Slabtowu, Piercctown and Silver Glad
to Williamston, equal t<> 24 miles and Gae
once a week. Leave Williamston Frith
6:30 a in; arrivo at Williamston 7:30 inn.
5676 From Greenville C H, by Sandy Fl
and Mush Creek, to Highland Grow,
miles and back, once a week. Leave Gree
ville C li Saturday 1 p rn; arris?: at rlig
land GroTo 7 p ni; leave Highland G-ro
Saturday 5 a m; arrive at Greenvillo C
ll a m..
5G77 Fr..ni Spartanburg O H, bv ('ra
fordaville, Rcidville, Sparta and" Hm
Vista, to (1 reen ville G li, 33miles and bat
onco a week. LeaveSprrtanbnrgC HTui
day s a m; arrive at Greenville (' H4p:
h ave Greenville C II Wednesday S am;i
live at Spartanburg G li 4 p .n. ' Propos.!
invited for tsvic?; and thrco-t? >-a-we
5678 From Woodruffs, by Enoree,Hi
tcrsville, Clear Spring, Gilder and liol
ville, to Greenville C H, 27 miles and lia'
once a week. Leave Woodruffs Friday
ni; arrive at Greenville 5 p ni; leave Gre<
11 lo G ll Saturday 7 a m; a; rive at Wot
rn tl s 5 p m.
5G79 From Pendleton, hy Townville,Fs
play, 1'aik? r's Store, Gu, and Aquilla,
Gainesville, :i7? miles and back, tsvic?
week. Leave Pendleton Tuesday ami 1
day 7 a m;arrivo at Carnesville 6p ni;lc:
Carres' ?Ile Wednesday and Saturday (la
ai risc at Pendleton 5 p m.
5080 From Pickeiis C II, bv Anderso
Mids, Kock Mountain, Sunnydale, Ta
Bock, (local,) Pumpkiutown. (local,) n
Sectil Saluda, to Greenville C ll and Im
bv Arnold's Mills, George's Creek. Picke
vide, Eighteen Mile, Salubritv and F
Mile, to Dickens C II, equal to 5S nii!e? a
hack, once a week. Leave Diekens C
Saturday 7 a ni; arrivo at Greenville (J
next day 2 p in; leave Greenvillo C II il
dav 7 a m; arrive at Pickcna G ll next?
5G81 Fruin Picken? C II. by Mile Crc
Crow Creek, Nine 'l imes, Anderson's Mi
Twelve Mile, Bock Mountain, N ixes, (loci
Fastatoc, ?nd Toxaway, to Pickens 0
equal to 2G miles and" back, '?nco a nv
Leave Pi?kens C H Saturdsv 7 a in; art
ai Pickens C li '6 p ia.
5CS2 From Anderson G H. by Steele, P
dieton and Bounty Land, to Walhalla
miles and buck, three "times a week, he
Anderson C H Monday, Wednesday ,.
Friday 5 a m. or immediately after arr:
nf mail from Columbia; arrive at Walli
12 m: lcavo Walhalla Tuesday, Hims
and Saturday 2:30 p ru; arrive at Ander
U ll 9:3!) (i m.
5G8.J From Anderson C II, by Sem
Sadler's Creek, Andersonvillo and Fo
store, Ga, to Carnesville, 42 miles
back, once a week. Leave Anderson (
Thursday G a ni; arrivo at Carnesville
m; leavo Carnesville Friday 7 a rn; ar
at Anderson OH8p m.
5Gs4 From Anderson C IL by Mell
Shallow Find, Townville, Oaksray
Bachelor's Botreat, to Walton's Ford,
.ll miles and oack, onco a week. Leavt
dcrson CH Friday Ga ni; arrive st Wall
Foul 8 pm; leave Walton's Ford Satu
G a ni; arrivo at Andi rson G ll 8 p m.
5GS5 From Ainlersoli C H. hy Vare:
ButhTBviilo, Slimy Feint. MoflcUvillo
Cr.ittsvdle, G i., to Butkersvilic, 39J i
and bark, once a week. Leave Andr
C G Friday 7 a ni; arrivo at Bucker.
7 p ni; leave Fuckerssi.l . Saturday 7
arrive at Anderson C ll 7 p m.
5080 From Anderson C H, hy Puch:!
Pit-rce'town, S'.abtown, Equality, Yai
Five Forks and rVcnty-Six to Ander*
li, ? ??ila! io 21 nul. s and back, once a \
Leavo And' rson C ?I Thursday Ga ni
rive at Anderson C H G p m.
:>.'S7 From Walhalla to Pickens C
md'-s and back, Ihre?- times a week. 1
Walhalla Monday. Wednesday arid F
:' o III: arrive at Pickens C li 5 p m;
; ick? ns C II Tm Mia?-, Thursday am
iiirday s \ ni; arrive at \Yalh*dla ll a
.'..,:.?.' From Pen on, by Calhoun, '
Sarnl. Horse Creek, I.inc Creek, Tum
Siioals and bluff kainui, tn Laurens c
nilli ' and back, nin e a we. k. Leave 1
Friday ti a m; arrive ] anrensfc al
leave Laurena c u Saturday 6 a in; :
Belton 7 p m.
568'J From Horseshoe, by Holly Sp
Long Creek and Cht-choro, to Cluj tel
2G miles and back, onco a w??eli.
Horse Shou Saturday 4 p m; arrive Cl
next Monday 12 ni; leavo Clayton Hu:
p m; arrive Horan Shoo 10 p m.
5090 From Abbeville, bv Warrcnton, Mon?
terey, Lowndesvillc, Cherokee FTeights,
Harper'? Ferry a:ul Uuckersville, Ga, to
Elberton, 45* milo? and back, once a week.
Leave Abbeville Tuesday 1 a JU; arrive El?
berton JO p rn: leavo Elberton Wednesday's
4 a rn; arrive Abbeville 10 p m. Proposal tor
semi-weekly service invited.
5C91 From Abbeville, 1>\- Temple ol
Health, Diamond Hill and Mountain View,
to Wilson's Creek, 23 miles and back, oner'
a week. Leave Abbeville Monday Gam;
arrivo Wilson's Creek 0:30 p ni; leavo Wil?
son's'Creek Monday t p m; arrive Abbovilh
5 p m.
5692 From Harrisburg, by White Hall, t<
New Market, is miles and back, once a week,
Leave Harrisburg Friday 3 r m ; arrivo New
Market 7:45 a rn; leave ?< w Market 2 p m
arrive Harrisburg 7 p m.
500:; From Hillway, by Indian Hill..Sand
over and Wideman's, to Calhoun's Mills. 211
miles and back, once a week. Leave Mill"
way Friday 6 a ra; uri ive Calhoun'! Mills li
m; leave Calhoun's rd ill.-; Friday 1 p in; ar?
rivo Millway 8 p m.
5691 Froth Lott's, by Mine Creek, Mounl
Willing, Oakland and Ferry's Cross Hoads
to Newberry C u, 33"tuilcs and bael;, oncer
week. Leave Lott's Friday 7 a m; arrive
Newberry c ti 7 pm; leave Newberry o i
Saturday 7 a m: arrive Lott's 7 p m.
5695 From Pheonix to New Market, I
miles and back, once a week. Leave Pine
nix Friday 6:30 a m; arrivo al New Marke
I 9 a m; leave New Marie t Friday 2:30 p .ni
arrive Phoenix 5 p m.
5696 From Lexington c H by Draft's Mill
Hedlow Creel:, West Creek and German
ville, to Mount Willing, 34A miles and back
once a week. Leave Lexington c n Thurs
day 7 a m; arrive Mount Willing 7 p ni
leave Mount Willing Friday 7 a m; arrtv
Lexington c u 7 p in.
5G'J7 From Lexington c n, by Clark'
Mills and Beaver Pond, to Isiah's Store, 2
miles and back, once a week. Leavo Lex
ington c ii Friday C a in;arrive Kiah's Stet
4 p m; leavo Rish'a Storo Saturday 6 a rn
arrive Lexington e. II 4 p m.
5693 From Steedman'a to Bish's Store,
miles and back, once a week. Leave Steed
man's Friday 2 p in; arrive Bish's Store 4
in; leave Bish's Store Friday 5 p m; arriv
Stcedman's 7 p m.
5G99 From Rush's Store, by Williamson'
Mills and Bull Swamp to Orangeburg o i
35 miles and back, once a week. Lc av
Riali'a Store Friday 6 a m; arrive Orang(
burg c ii G p m; leavo Orangeburg c
Thursday G a m; arrivo Risk's Store G p u
5700 From Monticello, by Long Run, t
Alston, 9 miles and back, once a weel
Leave Monticello Friday 9 a m; arrivo A
atoii 12 m; leave Alston Friday 1 p m; ai
rivo Monticello -1 p m. Proposals fortwict
a-weck service invited.
roax OF narros AI., UTAHAN rm: ANO CHUT
The undersigned-, whoso post o fib
address is --, County of-, Stat
of-, proposes to convey the mails <
the United States, from July i, 1SG7, to Jut
50, 1871, on route No.-, between
and-. under tho advertisement of t!
Postmaster-General, dated october 3
I860, with "celerity, certainty and seem
I ty," for the annual sum ?d' - - dollars
i This proposal is made tciGifnllknmcledi
of the distance of the roule, theiceighl of tl
tuai: to be caiTi end all other particula\
in refere ure lo tJ>e route and sere iee, ai
I also after cartful examination of the lai
I i.'itd instruct ii ns attached to the ade er! i s
j Tho undersigned, residing at
State of-, undertake that, if tho for
going bid for carrying the mail on rot:
Ko. .-he accepted by tho Postmasle
(,!eiier;.l. the bidder shall, prior to tho 1
day of July, 1867, enter into tho requin
obligation or contract to perform the sc
vice proposed, with good and sufficie:
77?/s ?rc do understanding distinctly t
obligations and liabilities assumed ,l>y gu
raiitors "niter the '?'th section of Cte Act
Congress of Jnlg 2, 1336.
Dated. " (Signed by two guarantors.:
Tho undersign, u. postmaster at
iJiatu of-, certiiies, under his oath
office, that he is acquainted with tho abo
guarantors, and knows them io bo men
property, and able to make good thc ir gu
Tho above certificate must have affix
to it a live-cent revenue stamp, cancele
as the law requires.
I.NSTUVCrioNS TO BIDDERS AND POSTJ?ASTEI
Containing, also, conditions t'> be iucorj,
rated in the contracts, to the extent the J.
parlaient mag dean peeper.
T. Seven minutes aro allowed to each i
term?diate office, when not otherwise sj
citied* for assorting the mails; but on ra
road and steamboat routes, there is to
no more delay than is sufficient foran c
chango of tho mail pouches.
2. (Ju railroad and steamboat linea a
other routes where the modo of conveyan
admits of it, tho special agents of the Pt
( t?fico Department, also post office binni
mall bags, locks and keys, are to bo cc
v-.-yed without ex.ra charge.
3. Un railroad and steamboat lines, t
route agents of thc Department are to
conveyed without charge; and fer the r
of thc agents a commodious car, or apa
ment m tho centre of a car, prone:
bghted, warmed and furnished, anti aoai
ed to tho convenient separation and u
security of the maila, ia to bo provided
the contractor, under tho direction of t
Railroad and steamboat companies J
required to take tho mail from and dein
it into tho post offices at tho begiuni
and end of tlioir routes, and to and from
offices not more than eighty roda fron
?tation or landing. Proposals may
vubmittcd by tho companies for tho p
form ance of all other side service--that
for offices over eighty rod? from a stat
There will bo '"way bills" prepared
postmaster!?, or other agents of tho J
partment, to accompany tho mails conv
cd on railroads and steamers, specify
the number and destination of tho sevi
ba?.s. On other principal routes, blo w:
receipts will be required and way-bills I
warded; the latter tobe examined by
several postmasters, to mauro r?gulai
ie the delivery of mail?.
4. No p;iy will bo made for trips not i
formed; and for ?-ach of such omis.-ii
not satisfactorily explained, three til
the pay of tho trip may bo deducted,
ai rivals so far behind time us to br
connection with depending mails, and
sufficiently excused, one-fourth of tua ci
peusation for the tup is subject to foj
ture. For repeated delinquencies of
kind herciu specified, enlarged penah
proportioned to tho nature thereof,
i!?e importance of tho mail, may be ni;
5. F >r ?caving behind ?JV throwing
the mails, or any portion of them, for
admission of passengers, or for being <
cerned in setting up or miming au exp
conveying intelligence, ni advance of
mail, a quarti r' p y may he deducted.
6. Fines will b< imposed, unless the
linqnency bo promptly and satisfacti
explained by certificates of postmaster
tho affidavits of other credible persons
failing to arrive in contract time; for i
Iceting to take the mail fruin, or delivi
hilo, a post ellice; for suffering it t?
Wet, injured, destroyed, robOad or .
and for r. fusing, after demand, to col
the mail aw frequently as thu conlra
runs, cr is conceredin running, a coach,
car, or steamboat on a rou tn?
7. Tho Postmaster-Genera] may annul
tho contract for repeated failure to run
agreeably to contract; for violating tho
post oflice laws, or disobeying thc instruc?
tions of the Department; for refusing to
discharge a carrier when required by Uro
Department to ?loso; for running an ex?
press as aforesaid, or for transporting
persons or packages conveying mailablo
matter out of tljo mail.
s. TbePostmastctvGencralmay ord. i an
increase of service on a route by aliowing
therefor a pro rata increase on tho con?
tract pay. He may chango schedules of
departures and arrivals in all cases, and
particularly to make them conform to con?
nections with ra i Ilea, ls, without increase
of pay, provided the running time be not
abridged. He may also order an increase
of speed, allowing, within the restrictions
of the law, a pro rata increase of pay for
thc additional stock or carriers, d any.
The contractor may, however, iii the case
af increase ofspi ed, r< Jiuquish t lie contract,
by giving prompt notice to tho Depart?
ment that ho prefers doing s?> to carrying
tho order into effect. 'J he Postmaster
Gcncral may also discontinue or curtail
j the service, in whole or in part, in order to
! pince ?nt tho route a greater degree nf ser?
vice, or whenever the public interest.', in
bis judgment, shall require such disconti?
nuance or curtailment for any other cause;
ho allowing, as a full indemnity to contract?
or, one mouth's extra pay on the amount
ot servica- dispensed with, and a pro nita
compensation lor tho amoun'. of service re?
tained and continued.
9. Payments will he made by collections
from or drafts on postmasters, or other?
wise, after tho expiration of each quarter -
say, November, February, May and August.
10. Thc distances arc given" according to
the best information; bul no increased pay
will be allowed should they be greater than
advertised, if the points to bo supplied are
correctly stated. Jh<t<lcrs must inform
themselves on this point, and also in refer?
ence to tho weight of the mail, tho condi?
tion of roads, hills, streams, A? , and all
toll bridges, ferries, or obstructions of any
lund by which expense may be incurr? ?1.
y.o claim for additional pay, based on such
ground, can he considered, nor for alleged
mistakes or misapprehensions as to tho
degree of service, nor for bridges destroyed,
terries discontinued, or other obstructions
increasing distance, occurring during tho
contract terni. Obices established after
this advertisement is issued, and also
during the contract term, are to lie visited
i without extra pay, if tho distanco he not
11. Didders aro cautioned to mail their
proposals in time to reach tho Depart?
ment by tin; day and hour named, (tip. m.,
i February 28, 1867;! for bids received after
that time will not be considered in compe?
tition with a bid of reasonable amount re?
ceived in time. Neither can bids bo consi
I dered which are without the guarantee
required by law, ami a certilicati of tho
sufficiency of such guarantee.
12. Bidders should lirst propose for ser?
vice strictly according to tho advertise
I ment, and then, if they desire, separately
I for different s. rvice; and if tho regt 'or bid
j bo tho lowest offered for thc ailvertised
service, tho other propositions nu y be con?
13. Then- should be hut one route bid
for in a proposal. Consolidated or combi?
nation bids ["proposing one sum for two
or more routes"] are forbidden bylaw, and
cannot, bo cnn-i Icrcd.
14. Thc route, the service, the y. arly
pay, the name and residence of the bidder,
[that ia, his usual post, oifico address,] and
those of each member of a linn where a
company offers, shouldbi? distiuctly stated.
15. Bidders arc reqnestcd to use, a i far
as practicable, the printed proposals fur?
nished by the department, to write out in
full the sum ?d' their -bids, and to retain
copies ?>f them.
Altered bids should not bo submitted;
nor should bids onco submitted bu with?
drawn. N*o withdrawal of a bidder..or
guarantor will be allowed unless thc with
?lraw.il is dated and received before tho
last day of rec? iving proposals.
Each bid must be guaranteed by two re?
sponsible persons. Thc bid and guarantee
should be signed plainly with tho full nenin
of each person.
The dopa rt nient reserves the- right to
reject any bid which may bo deemed ex?
travagant, and a!s?i to disregard tho bids
of tailing contractors and biddi rs.
16. The bid should ho sealed, super?
scribed "Mail proposals, State of South
Carolina," addressed "Second Assistant
Postmaster General, Contract Cilice,'' ami
sent by mail, not by ?>r to an agent; and
postmasters will not enclose proposals [or
haters of any kind] in quarterly returns.
17. The contracts aro to bo executed and
returned to tlc: Department by or ht toro
the 1st doy vf July, 1M17; hut the service
must be begun on that day, or on the mail
day next after it, whether tho contracts bo
execute;! or not.
Transfers of contracts, or of interest in
contracts, are forbidden by law, and con?
sequently cannot bo allowed. Bidders will,
therefore, take notice that they will be ex?
pected to perform the service accepted to
them through tho who!?: term of contract.
is. Postmasters at offices on or near rail?
roads, hut moro than eighty rods fr?'>m a
station, will, immediately alter the 28th ol
February next, report their exact distance
from thu nearest station, and how they aro
otherwise supplied with the mail., to enable
tho Postmaster-General to direct a mail
messengi-r supply hon- Nt of July next.
19. Section eighteen ->f . n Act of Con?
gress, approved March 3, 1S45, provides
that contracts for the transportation of the
mail shah bc let, "in every ca; J, to thc low?
est bidder tendering sufficient guarantee!!
f.>r faithful performance, without othei
reference to the mode of buch transporta?
tion than may be necessary to provide foi
tko duo celerity, certainty and security ol
such transportation." Under this law, bidi
that propose to transport thc mails witl
"c< tri!;/, certainty and security" hov int
been decided, to bethe only legal bias, are cou
slmed a.i providing for the entire mail, hoto
ever large, and irJuttever may be the modeo
conveyance }t ces* l'y lo insure its''celerity
certainty and security," and ln.ee the pre.
lei euee cree oil others, and no ethel's are con
20. A modification of a hid in any ..f it
essential terms is tantamount to a new bit
and cannot be received, so as to inti rfer
with regular competition, after th?! .'ar
hour set for receiving bids. Making ano'
bid, with guarantee and certificate, is th
only way to modify a previous bid.
21. Postmasters aro to be careful not t
certify tho sufficiency < f guarantors <
sureties wilhont knowing that they ar?- pei
sot.s of sufficient re?poii.-ibiliiy; <i disn
.joni if this instruction by postmasters is
dotation of Uteir oath of office, subject in
them lo immediati removal. Ail bidder,
gnarantoi s and .-un ties are distinctly mu
lied that on a failun toe ter into or pei
fenn the contracts for the service propose
for in Hie accepted Iuds, their legal habil
ties ?i'd be enforced against them.
22. Prisent contractors, and porsoi
known at tb?: Department, must, equal
with others, procure guarantors and cert
Meares of their sufficiency substantially i
the forms above prescribed. Th.- certi:
cato of sufficiency must be signed CT a pos
master, or Itv a judge of a court of recur
No other will be admitted. The certifica
must also have aflixcd toit a five-cent rev
nun stamp, canceled, as required bv law.
ALEX. W. HAN DALL,
Dec 15 e6 ? Postmaster-General.