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-Ucynosa, Huntington to Cross .Anchor.;
from dewberry Court House by isoul
' warcsville, Bank wright's Ferry on Saluda
luver, Terry s Uro33 Itoads,OakIand,Mount
filing. Smith, Saluda to Lott Edgefield
From Newberry CI II., byMourit Beth
! to Glymphville.
From. Newbury C..IL, by Beth Eden,
wutmircs, CoM well, Unionyille, Fair For
est, Boygansvillle, Glen Spring, Spartans
,lurg, Dj.uiiscu3.anJ Island Ford, N. C,
From Newbiry c. h., by Shap springs, Hig
gins fatiy, -Coleman's Roads. Lig creeit, Rich-
urd5onriile and fruit Hill to iAlgenelu c. u.
From Orangeburg:, c. n. to Vance's ferry.
From Pacolet Mills by Duncan's store, John
Wilkins'j ami DoJicau-j Old store to White
From ranth?r fork lry North Sxluda, Titnroy
ann Jouin sainua to x'umpiiutown.
Fom Packjville by Clarendon to Brewing
From Pc:dleicn by Way.dde, "Walhalla, Tun
nel Hill and What-ton- to Clayton, Ga.
From'Peiidleton'by five M1I2 to Pickens c. H.
Fioin PcnJIeton to Clayton, Georgia.
From Peudielon by Townvlllc, fair Play, Par
store,. Ga. and Aiuiila to Carnesville, Ga.
F:om Pickensvillc by Fowler's creek," Dacus-vill.-Purapklntown.
Twelve Mile, Glassy moun
tain, Wolf's creek and Branch Inland to Pickens
villc. t . . . ,, ; . v
From' Pickens c. u. by Bounty Land, Warsaw
CJarcL'ioufc, Bachelor's llstreat, Saow creek and
MaVtin's crefcto Pickens c. h.
From Pickens c. 11. by Oconee station, Che-
okee and Whetstone to Pickens c. u.
From Picken's c. ir. by Clayton's Mills, Salu
brity, PickeriaVillc.Wolf creek and camp ground
to Pickens c. 11.
- From Pickens c. H. by Crow cree, Anderson's
Mills, Twelve-Mile and Mix's 021 .E.statoe to
Pickens c. h.
From Pickens c. 11. by TVathalla. Colonel's
fork, Horse Shoe, Walton's ford, Ga., Tocoa
falls, Clarksville, . Nacoochee, - Mount-Yonah,
Pleasant Retreat and Cavander's creek to Dalo-
From Pineville 6v Murray's ferry, Reingsttee,
Camp Ridge, Lynch's Lake, Effingham and Tans
Bay to Darlington c. h.
From Pinckneyville by Wartolato Gowdeys
ville. From Pinckneyville by Tomsville and San
dersville to Chester c. it.
From Pocotaligo by Hickory Hill to Whippy
From Riageville by Roadsville, iloily Hills,
Vance'i ferry to Wright's BluiF.
From llichardsonville by Dawson's Mills
(Dyson's Mttls) to Lodi.
From Robertsville by Sisters ferry to Guyton,
From Rocky Ridge by Claytonsville to Bel
ton. From Scufiletownby Pleasant Mount, Young's
store, Centreville, Stone?vilIp, Cashvijle and
Poolsville to Spartanburg c. 11.
From Sleepy creek by New Market to Phoenix.
From Spartanburgh c. h. by Walnut Grove,
Millville, Crowsville, Woodrufl's, Barleywood,
Mountain Shoals and Scufietowu to Laurens c.
From Spartanburg c. 11. by Damascus, Coul
ter's ford, Buck's creek to Fingersville.
From Spartanburg c. 11. by Mount Zion, New
Prospect, ; Cannon's store, Earlsville, Horse
creek, n. c. and Tryon to Ilendersonville, x. c.
From Spartanburg Court House by Boileng
pring. White store, Fingersville, Cross Roads at
John Wilkins' and Poorsford on Broad River to
Rutherfordton, North Carolina.
From St. George's to Waterboro.
From St. Mathew's to Poplar.
From Sumpterville via Plowdon's Mill?, Brew
ington. Clarendon, Wright's Bluff, Friendship,
Packsville and Privateer to Sumpterville.
From Sumpterville by Mcchanicsville and
Millgrove to Dis-hopville.
From Sumpterville by Bradleyville, Black Ri
ver, Salem, Sandy Grove, Kingstree and Indian
town to Johnson vi lie.
From Swift creek to Hartsville.
From Unionville by Meansville, Smith's store
and Rogers' Bridge to Woodruff's.
From Unionville by Jonesville, Pea Ridge Pa
colet Mills, Timber Ridge and Bowlingsville to
From Unionville by Shady Grove. Rcsebo-
rough, Liberty Hall, Poplar Grove to Newbury
Frora Unionville by Carmel Hill and Baton
Rouge to Chester c. h.
From Unionville by Bradley's old place, John
McKis?ick's, skull Shoals and Gowdeysville to
iv 1 1 kins vi lie.
From Walhalla to Pendleton.
From Waterboro to Blue House.
Frcm Wiliistou bv Davis' Mills to Jordoii's
JHIIa. - "
From Winnsboro by Gladen's Grove, Rossville,
Beckhimsville and Cedar Shoals to Lewisville.
From Winnsboro by Gladdcn's Cove, Rocky
Mount and Long street to Lancaster c. h.
From Winnsboro, by Jzckson's "creek, Bell's
Ftore, Brycr's store, Buckhead, Feasterville,
Flalsclhille, Croshpille, fish Dam and Mount
Tabor to Pinckneysville.
From Woournll's by Enoree, Clear Springs
end Gilder to Greenville c. ir.
From Williamston by Newel l's Golden springs,
Douthet, Bufhy. creek, Equality, Slabtown,
Pi-vcetown and Silver Glade to Williamston.
From Yorkville by Clay Hill, Renalesburg,
Rose Hill and White Hall to Charlotte.
.From Yorkville by'Zeno, south Point, Wood
lawn, Cottage Home, Chronicle, Vesuvius fur
nace to Newton. '
From Yorkville by Allison creek, Reno, by
south Point, x. c., Woodlav.n, Cottage Home,
Chronicle and Vesuvius Furnace to Newton.
From Yorkville by Hickory Grove, Smith's
ford, Wiikinsville," Draytonsville, Limestone
pring3, Grassy Pond, High Sboals, x. c, Butler
and llicksvillc to Rutherfordton, n. c.
From Yorkville by Hickory Grove, Harmony,
I'pydton, Cherokee Jron Works, Coopersvilk,
Draytonsville, Limestor.5 Springs, Claiksville,
Cowpehs, Arrow. Wood, Fingerhlil and Jackson
Hill to Earl esvil Ie.
From- Yorkville by Meek's Hill, Hopewell,
Gpwdysville Pacolet' Mills and Bivingsville to
Spartanburg c. ir.
From Yorkvillo "by niairsvillc, Bullock's
creek, Pinckneyville, Mount Tabor, Unionville,
Cedar .Grove and Cross Keys tocross Anchor.
Ffom Yorkville by Tirza, EbenezerviIle,Rock
Hill, Nation Ford, Coate's Tavern, Landsford,
Ixncr street, Dry creek, Russell Place, Liberty
llilf and Red Hill to Camden.
From Yorkville bv Hickory Grove, Harmony,
Boyiifoa, Cherokee Iron works, Coopersville,
Dratsnsville, Limestone Springs, Thickety ford,
Moultrie and Hurrieane to Spartenburg c. H.
From Albany by Thomaaville, Okapilco and !
jnoiven 10 xrcnpyii:.
From Albany by Cbickasawhatchee, Dover,
Cuthbert, Tetania to Georgetown.
.From Albany by Gillon's, Concord, Pachitta
and fall creek to fort Gaines,
From Albany by Gum Pond, Thomasville, !
Dnncansville and "Centreville to Tailahassee,
Fir. - -
I;vinsville. . i;f.
From Alapaha by Drivers Hill and Trouble
tOhe to Jasper. Florida. .v"
Frcm A Jicnjby B. okline, AiaandaviUe,Mon
tdep Evergreen, s. c. and. Rock Mills to An
t: fon c. h. s. c.-. - . r....
From A'XKti? bv Bascobel, Harmony Gfoye
Miy-stille, tiilville. Toplar Springs, Hnghos
liaig anjJ.piWse.rt.to Claikesvilie. ; ) - ;.; - .--
From A!Jeus .by. Danielsi ille. Madison springs,
Fraukiinpiir.g, Bowcrsviile to Heniey's store.
"From. Athens 1 by Jefferson, Pond fork', Sugar
Ili'.l and- Cuurinthan.'s htbre to Gainesville.
-ivom Athsn by Plantei's stand, TylorsvilIe
ami Cromers-Milis to Carntfjyille.
A Itsnfi hv V.ninr,Yilla- Marietta. Aefc
Mo.itS,' Alatoona, Cartersvillc, Cassville, Kings
t,rAdarsTllte. Calhoaa, Resaca, Tilton, Dal-
' - - j r rt.5t-
From Atlanta by Utoy. Sandtown, Cambletown
Dark-corner, Villa Rica and Hickory Level to
varraiton- ' ' :- .
From Atlanta by Ark, Red Oak, Fair . Burn
Palmetto, Newman . Willow r Grove, Cor
inth,1 Asbury, La Grange and Long cans to West
i'oint.-; - : : ;
From Ameriiusby Providence to' Chenuba.
' F. romv Amewcps by Danville and; JJrayton to
ViennaJ - , V -., - .-
From Americas by Plains of Dura,' Lannahas
sie. oearsviue ana I'lnevnie.
x From Augusta to Riehmond Factory.
From Augusta" bv Brezelia. Saw Dust. Lom
bardy, Thompson, Double Wells, crawfordsville
Union Point, Greensborough, Buckhead. Madi
sn, -social circle, Covington, Uxtord, Uonyars,
ljymonia, atone mountain end Decatur to At
From Augusta by Kikokee, Eubanks, Double
lirancnes, Lincointon, Goshen, Petersburg, An
tony's Shoals, Cook's Law OSce, . Elberton,
Amanaavine, Ji,agie lirove, liowersville and
t airview to Carnesville. 1
. From Battle Gron to Mount Vernon .
From Ball Ground in Cherokee county by Jas
per to Ellijay. :
From Barnesville by The Rock, Thomastojn
Double Bridges, Pleasant Hill, Talbottom, Box
oprmg ana nne llill to Upatore.
From Bell view to Talbotton.
Irom Blairsville by Chostoe, Loudsville and
Pleasant Ketreat to Uahlonega.
From Blairsville by Young cane,Tacoah,Blae
Ridge, White Path, Ellijay, Cerro Gordo, Talk
ing Rock, Pine Log and Fairmount to Cass-
From Brunswick by Wanesville,Warresboro
and Magnolia to Troupville. .
From Brunswick by Bethel, Waynesville and
langsburg to Jenersonton, -
From Butler by Wilchsr'sMills and Taze will
to xmcna Vista. .
From Canton by Ball Ground, Marbie works,
juno to .uanionegra. '
From Camak to Warrenton.
From Carrolton by.JLaurel Hill and Union
Miil to Franklin.
From Campbelltown to Fairburn.
From Carrolton by New Babylon to Van Wert.
;From Carnesville by Balce Springs, Isaac Da
vis, Lrastus and Nat Gunnell's to Jenerson.
From Cartcrsville by Stilesborbugh and Van
Wert to Cedertown.
From Ceder Bluff to cave Spring.
From Cassville by Little Prairie Sonora, Free
xsriage ana iioiy creeic to &prmg fiace.
irom Cave bprmg by Harrol s cros3 Roads
and Occola, Ala. to Ceder Bluff.
rom Centre Village by Trader's Hill and
Paulerson's Ferry to Suwanne.
1 rom Cedartown to Pumpkinpill.
From Chattanooga, Tenn., by Wauhatchie.Ga.
From Ohattanoosi, Tenn., by Roseville, Ga.,
to t tick's trap.
J: rom Cnattanooga to Head of XdcLemore's
From Clayton to Blairsville.
From Clayton to Whetstone.
From Columbus by Piedmont, Mulburr Grove,
JMountain-riill and Whitesville to West Point.
From Columbus, Cottage Hill, Jamestown,
Hannahatchee, Lumpkin and Cuthbert to Fort
From Copeland by Adams to House Creek.
From Covington, by Newton Factory, Wor
thville, Jackson, Indian Springs,Cork and New
.Market to orsytn.
x rom Covington by Middle ludge, Uak Hill,
McDonoagn and Double cabins to Grihin.
Frcm Dahlonega, by Anricolola, Piince Ed-
naiuo, Liisay-iiicjay lain vicc&j vws'
wattee, spring Place and Cedar Kidge to JJalton
1 rom Dahlonege by William Kobertson's to
From Dahlonega by Cooper'3 Gap, Gaddis
town, Stock-Hill, Skeinah, Will Scott, Tocoah,
Hot House, Huwassee, Mine, lleco fcpring and
Greasy Creek to Benton, Tenn.
i rom Darien to Brunswick.
From Darien to Frederica.
From Darien by Fort Barrington Ferry, Pen
darvis' Store, Alabaham Creek and Strickland's
to W aresboro'.
From Davisborousrh to Ferm's Bridge.
From Decatur by Panthersvill, Tucker's Cabin
ana cstocKDriajre to lucuonougn.
From Double Wells by Sharon to Washington.
From Dublin to Jacksonvill.
From Datonton by Staffords-ille and Clinton
From Eatonton to Monticello.
From Eden to James Hagan's Bullock County.
From Eden by J. Denmark's, W. D. Loack's
and Bruetou's Mills to Reidsville. .
From Edenton b Jamos Shuinan's to Ed
From Elberton by Harmony and Cold Water
From Eufaula, Ala., by Georgetown, Ga.,
Petaula, Cotton Hill, Franklin, Ala., Pachilta
and Spring Creek, Blakely, Ga., to Bainbridge.
From Fort Gaines by Gatesville, Pine Bridge,
uiaKeiy, unve urove and Argyic xo cnauanoc
From Fort Valley by Reynolds to Butler.
From Fort Valley, by Sandy Point, Knoxville,
Francisville and Daviston to Talbotton.
From Fort Valley by Perry and Haynesville to
From Fort Valley by Marshal lville, Winches
ter and Montezuma to Oglethorp.
From Gainesville by War Hill, Gillsville,
Hudson, Nail's Creek and Walnut Hill to Carnes
ville. From Gainesville by New Bridge and Auraria
From Gainesville by Brown's Mills, Cross ville,
Smithville, Barretsville. High Tower, Broadtree,
Orange and Canton to Etowan.
From Gainesville by Duane Street to Clarks
ville. . .
From Gainesville by Glade Mines and Polks
vil! to Argo.
From Gainesville to Walnut Hill, Bushville,
Hudson, Sillville to Carnesville.
From Gayton to Springfieid.
From Gimown "by Hinton, Ochlochney and
Tallokas to Okapilc.
From Greensborough to White Plains.
From Greensborough tft Glade's Cross Roads.
From Greensborough by -Penfield to ; Scull
From Greenville by Woodbury and Magdale
na to Pleasant Hill.
From Greenville, by Farmer's, White Sulphur
Springs, King's Gap,' Goodman's Cross Roads,
Cataula and Cochra l's Cross Roads to Columbus.
From Greenville to Warm Springs.
From Griffin by Liberty HilJ to Unionville.
From Griffin to Zsbulon -"
! . From Griffin by York,' White Water, Glen
Grove, Kidron and Saluda to Newman. . "
From Griffin by Double Cabins, Towaligga,
Jackson, Indian Spring, Cork, Seven Islands to
Monticello. - - ' " -
From Griffin by Erin, Jones' Mills, Greenville,
Mountville, Lagrange, Long Cane and West
Point to Cusseta, Ala.
: From Gum Swamp to Irvinville.
From Halcyoiidale bv Mill Ray and Statesboro
to Reidsville. -j . .? :.
From Haclyondale by black Creek, Buck,
CYeek, Sylvania C. H., Jacksonborough, MjII
Haven, Joy's Mills and Alexander to Waynes-borough-
- From Hawkinsville by Copeland, Temperance,
McRae's Store, Jacksonville, Clayvill, Lumber
City, RoxviJJc, Perry's Mills, ', Beard's Creek,
and Jones' Creek to Darien.
From Hawkinsi'iHe by Millwood, Vienna,Gum
Creek, Slade, Warwick and HollidaysvilJe to
From Hawkinsville to Cum Swamp..
From Hawkinsville by wson and Vineyard
to Irwinsville. ' -
. From Holmesvillee by Stafford's Ferry and
Surreacy's to Reidsville. , -
i From Holmegville to Hall. ,
From Huntsvslle to Dallas. . '
' Frora Jacksonville by Feronia to Ocmalgeevill.
From Jasper to Cassville,
; From Jefferson by John Randolph's and Cain's
to Camming. .--
. vrom Jenk's Bridge in 'Ballock County by Da
vis mills and Brier Patch to Slatesborough.
: rrom Jonesborough to fayetteyille. '. '
; From Jones' Mills by Rocky Mount to Hotly.
From Kingston to Rorao."
From Knoxville by Hopewell to Riissellville.
' rrom Knoxville by Hickory Cave, Hoot
ensvi'l?, Car;onvilIe and Centre to falbottoa.
From Knoxville by nammock's Grove. Cullo-
From Lagrange by O NealVMills tnd Coch
ran's Cross Roads, Hamilton, and Cautaula to
coiumous. . i -;
From Laeranee bv Vernon.- Antioch. wehad
kee, Ala., Rock Mills, Roanoke,snd High Pine
10 weaowee, Aia. . i :. -:r
' From La Grange bv Houston to Franklin.!
From Lanier to Offletborne. K r- r.JS-
From Lannahassieby Bottsford, PleasantXev
el, Flat Point to Stafkvfll.
From Lawrenceville by Suwaiinee, Shenton
ville and Cunning to High Tower.--:: - - -.
From Lawrenceville by Chinquapin Grove
iiuuuiu, luuiuuirjr iiuu.auarcuss to jenerson.
From Lexington to Lexington Depot. "
From Lexington by Point Peter, Broad River,
Elberton, Harmony, coldwater, MonteyideoEv
ergreen,S. C, Rock Mills Mountain. ' Creek to
Anderson C. 11. "
- From Lombardy, by Republican, Reedy Creek,
opreaa uaK and byjvan Grove, to Fenn's Bridge,
From Loudsville to Cla'rke3ville. ":
From Lowellville by Rocky Mount,' Holly,
u-oia mil ana nogansviiie to conntn. . '
From Lythonia by flat Rock to' White House
rrom Lythonia to Rockbridge. . .."."
From Macon bv Revnofdsville. Fort Vallev
i owacrsviiie, iteynoias ftteamiactory to Colum
DUS. - .
From Macon by Fort Valley," Marshallsville
vvincnester and Montezuma to Oglemorp.' .
From Macon by Collaparchee, Forsyth, Barn
navl!ln nnA TVt;1ro In'rii-ifKr Ran fraBlr Ti-wi
borough and Rough any Ready and East Point
to "Atlanta. . -
' From Macon by Jeffersonville, Marion and
t..,: 1 1 1 x T :. -ii. : . .'...(
iwigsuue iu j.ruversviiie.
From Macon by Colaparchee Forsyth,Barne.s
ville and Milner to Griffin. ?
From Madison by Double ' Shoals, Salem and
Farmington to Watkinsville. " "
From Madison by Hearnsyille and Shady,Dale
to monticello. ' ' . "
From Madison by Glade's Cross Road, Eaton
ton, Staffordville, Bloimtsvillc ' arid Clinton to
, From Magnolia to Blottnts ferry flor.
From Magnolia by Coffee C. H.. to Swan's
From Magnolia by Carters Bridge and AlaPa
ha to Troupville.
From Marietta by Roswell, Lebanon' farm
House, Big creek, dimming, Coal -Mountain
Crossville and Auriara to Dahlonega.
From marietta by Lost Mountain to Dallas m
From.Marietta by Noonday and Woodstock to
From Marietta by Powder Springs to 'Salt
From Marion by Cool Springs to Lauren's
From Marshallville to Lanier C. H.
From Mayfield to Pcwelton. , .
From Mayfield by Rock Mills, Shoals of Og
eechee, Currry's Mills and fenn's Bridge to Dav
isboro. ' -
rrom Maysville by Grove Lever, Bushville,
Nael's Creek, Middle River and Hollingsworth
From Milledgeville byBlountsville.Tranquilla,
Hillsboro, Monticello, Palo Alto, Leaksvilie and
From Milledgeville hy Talmage to Gordon.
From Milledgeville by Clopton's Mills to Ea
From Milledgeville by Dennis to Eatonton.
From Milledgeville bv Black Springs. Atta-
mira, pata and Powelton to Double Wells.
From Midville by Conoochee. to Swainsbor
From Millin to Waynesborough.
From Morganton to Murphey, N. C.
From McDonough by Spring to Sandy Ridge.
From Moselev's Store to Walton's ford on Tu-
From Mount Yonah by Mossy Creek and Polk
ville to Poplar Soring. Hall Countv.
From Mount Vernon by Little Yo
York to Sugar
From Mount Vernon bv Sterlinir to Reidsville
From Morven by Shank ferrv. hahird, Avat,
and Randall's to Orel.
From Monticello by Gladesville, Graball,
Cardville and Poverty Hill to Macon.
From Newman by Saluda and Kidron to fay
ette ville. -
From Newman by Lcdi, Rotheiwood and Bow-
ersville. to Carrollton.
From Newman by Paris, Location and Har-
raison to lrin.
From Newman by Rio,
and Enon Grove to
From Newman bv countv Line. Cedar Branch,
River Town campbletou, Sault Springs and
ruwuer opnngs to marietta.
From Oglethtrpe bv Amerzcus, Starkville,
Palmyra. Albany. Newton, Brainbridge, Quincy
and fcalubnty to Tallahassee, Fla.
From Oglethorpe bv Grangcrille,Poindexter,
fragoletta, Tazewell, Buena Vista, Glenalta and
Ualloca to Columbus.
From Oglethtrpe bv Hamburg. Pondtown,
Buena Vista, Ssarsville, Richland, Lumpkin,
IWade:! Creek and Georgetown to Eufaula, Ala
From Oglethorpe by Lanier, Howard, Upatoi-
re and bteam-ractory to coluuibus.
From Ugiethorpe by Jailappa, and Byronsville
to v iena.
rrom Okapilco to Piscola.
From Palmetto bv Countv Line, Cedar Branch,
luverton and Campbellton to Palmetto.
From Peudam's Store bv LindersBluff, Burd
dishviile Rushville and Esonville to Holmes
From Perry to Henderson.
From Chiladelphia to Savannah.
From Pleasant Hill by Bellville, Bluff Spring?,
waveriy Hail and lillerslie to Columbus.
rrom Itaysville by Leathersville to Lincointon
From Pond Town by. Quebec to Holly Grove.
From Pond Town by Buena Vista, Glenalta,
Hailoca and Quinfieldto Columbus. -
From Ilesaca by Sugar Valley, Villanow, Gor
don Springs and chesnut flats and Layf ayette to
rricKs uan. . . . .
From Ringgoid by Wood's Station to Lafay
ette. . " - -.
From Riceboro by Walthourville to Hines
From Rosie by Vann's Valley to Cedartown.
From Rome by Annuches, Dirttown, Sum-
merville,Trion Factory, Lafayette,Rock Spring,
Snow Hill and Roseville to Ringgold.
From Rome by Thomas Mills to Ala Via the
outh Side of Coosa River. .,:
From Rome t)y Vann's Valley to Cave Spring.
From San Jersvillc by " Warthen' Store to
From Savannah by Gayton, Egypt, Halcyon-
dale, Ogechee,. Scarborough, -Millin, Midville,
Holcomb, Spear'3 Turn Out, Davisborough- Ten-
nille,'Oconee, Emmett, - McDonald, Gordon and
unsworn ville to Macon. '
From Savannah to New York- ' -rv '
From Savannah by Riceboro andSonth Ne,w-
portto Darien. ' "' :; - ' - -
From Savannah by Darien, Brunswick, St.
Mary's, Mayport Mills, Fla; Yellow Bluff,
Jacksonville, Mandarin, Hibernian Middleburg,
Picolata to Pilatka, l!lor. -
From Social Circle by Brick, btore and New
born to Ebenezer. : ; . . . ' i-; -
'. From Social Circle by Monroe Good ,IIope$
High Shoals and Watkinsville to Athens.
From Spear's Turn Out toXonisville. : . :
- Frora Spear's Turn Oat to Battle Ground.
" From St. Mary by Woodstock Mill3, Fla to
Centre Village, Ga. ," 1 ' .'
From Stone Mountain by PinckneyyiHe to
Warsaw.: ' .-'' ' ' ' " ; j'i "
, . From Stone Mountain by Swaetwater Yellow
River, Lawrenceville, Cain's and Hog Mountain .
to Gainesville. . n ;
From-Sparta'tb Tennille. n -:-fl..
From Sparta to Mount Zion. - -1 ? uv-,r-i.- (
From Sugar Hi 11 by Ccbbsville to Jacksonville.
' From Swayne's Store "to Waresbord; 1
.' From Swainsboro by Ohopeo to Reidsville.
From Talbotonby Rabone to Hootenville
Froni Tennilltf to Rick's Mills - .v:- 5ov-,';
:' From Tennille by Irwin's Cro3- Road3 and
Buck Ey to Dublin.' 1 '. - ' y
. FroDt Tennille "to Sandorsyillei y ' ; ':
: From " Thomasville by-'' Dekeb's ' Store and
Glasgow to Monticello, Florida. - . . ' '' '
' From Thomasville to Bainbridge; .', ' T ' :
From Thoma3Vj.U5( by Eastwood to Micho
sauki 3 Flor." ":
- From Thomasvilla "by; Boston,' Grooverville
and Stanton to McnticeUo Fiotida;;-.
From TJhomasville by; Qkapilco' ;'and Morven
to lroupviije, ; ( I f?, -.
- From Tbctopson by j Wrigbtsboro Raysville
TVlnfield Appling and white JQak to Thompson
. From Toomsborough "bjf Milburn, Stephens-
vvu cprmis f.o jaujens rim.
. Fronv Troupville by Piscola and Cherry Lake
xia o auaoim c. tl. v V" -
v If rom Troupvil le by Grifiin's Mills, Flat
Creek and Edenfield to Erwinsville.
. irom 1 roup ville by Clayattsville to Belle-
ville, Jbla r . . : : . . .-. .
. -From,Union Pohit byPablic Square to Philo
From Union Point by Woodville, Bairdstown
sliiu nj.axey to .a.mens. ; - -
Irom Vernon bv AnHnch. Wnl-i-wiVoa ai
Rock JVIilJs, Roanoke jand High Pine, to Wedo
nee. , .
sFrom TiUa Rica by Pleasant Vale, Etna and
ceaariown to cave bprmg. .
, From Villa Rica to Van Wert.
-4 From Yilla Rica bv Burnt Stand. Tailapoose
Oak Level, (Ala;)-and Rabbit Town to Jack-
.. ;.From Villa Rica ;tq Flint Hill. ;r ' "
; From Villa Rica by Pumpkin Vine and Dal
lis to Powder Springs. ... . . .
; From Varesboro by Ocean's Wave to Fredo
nia..... .. T . . . .
From Waresboxo by Kettle" Creek to Centre
vine. . . f.. ', "' - . - r
j From Waresboro bv St. IllaHolmesville. Pil
ney Head, Stafford'S- Ferry. and Watermellon to'
neiasYine.- ;. , .,7 .-. .;.
' From -WasningtOn;'. '' Danburg . Petersburg
,Calhoun'a Mills, S. Ci and Lebanon to Abbe
ville, S. C. ' '' - :. . : '.. - " .
I'Vcm Washington by , Mallorysville, Fish
ivam, lnaian nillto lilberton. . ,
Frora Washington to Rehobothu
: From Washington to Centreville. ' . '
j I Frcun white Sulphur Springs by warm Springs
aim vuno to.iieiievue. - ., : , . .
. From Winchester bv Minervia to Horse Head
' 1 From Young Cane bv Stock Hill. Tekenetelv
una vurncay to J. aiKing HOCK. -
;'.'.:. ... To be Continued. '
THE -KANSAS HER ALD;
FRIDAY DECEMBER 29, 1854.
W. C. Jojtf.s, firm of Sloss &, Jones, St. Louis
Jyio., is our autnorized agent for that city.
- Dr. T. J. Kirx, is our agent at De Kalb, Mo
F. A. West, at St. Joseph is authorized to re
ceive subscriptions. -
zlZClliS Agents wantea to . procure
subscribers for the Kansas Herald. A lib
eral discount on the terms of subscription
will be . made. Postmasters every where
are requested to act as agents, obtain sub
scribers, collect the money and receipt. '
Still fliey Come.'
Every week brings U3 more new subscribers,
and the cry is still they come. This week w
have addefd thirty six names of paying subscri
bers to our subscription book. Our thanks are
especially due to Mr. T. J." Fain, for 20 cash
subscribers ,at Unionville, Tennessee. We hope
many of our friends will go and do likewise.
Thus far we have met with great encouragement.
equal to our most sanguine expectations.
Complimentary. The. Agrarian com
pliments the Mormon paper, the Deseret
News, and in return, the News compliments
the Agrarian, and then each publishes the
Modest. The modest editor of the Pio
neer, who takes it as "a feather in his cap,"
that he. published the first , pro-slavery pa
per in Kansas, forgot perhaps to take a far
ther credit to himself, that it was the first
pro-slavery sentiment he ever uttered. So
far as we are concerned, no paper, not even
the Platte Argus, has ever' attempted to
bring us out on the subject bfslayery. Our
views upon that subject have always been
known. Born, raised, and having always
ived in a slave state, our sentiments have
ever been with tbe institutions of our coun
try, ike first paper ol the Herald, alter
we took charare 'of it," . will show that we
were not "mum" on that subject. Gen.
Whitfield himself, and his friends, have
known that we declared ourself in his favor
the very day he announced himself a can
didate. As to "by crones," perhaps the
modest''1 editor of the Pioneer would like
to cover them up in his own case,, under
the hue and cry he is attempting to raise -bout
having published the first io slavery
paper in Kansas, and for ought his readeis
may know, it is the 'first pro slavery papar
le ever published. Whether this be the
case or not, we are not disposed to pluck a
feather from his cap, but, wish him good
speed in the good work in which he is now
engaged. ..""' ' ' ' ' ' . , '
IjggThe Pioneer is not satisfied with
our answer about the Governor's removal.
The ; editor says '"His Excellency has not
:ionor ed Kickapoo with a visit-" If he had ,
perhaps ho might have removed sooner.
Are you answered .satisfactorily now? Or
perhaps the Govenor may have seen a com
munication overthe signature of 'Kansas,"
published in r theVLancaster (Pa.) - Intelli
gencer, in wmch the writor describes Jvick-
apoo Cj,' as a splendidplace : to practice
medicine," and then advises all to go there
who have a decided penchant fojr paying
large doctor's bills; and Jbr the bills of mus
quitos."'" ...But we. 4odot believeone need
have any apprehensions on. this - account.
JJut as the. eaitor 01 ine noneer is iouu 01
publishing 'communications from other pa
-- . J-'- ""it- :'i j 'j
pers, aDout powns in Jtuinsas, we wouiu.uu-
visc him to! get the 1 1 Lancaster Pa. Intelli-
- - : , . i r,-- - , -r- a 'l.'l.l.'
gencer,. perhaps he; wouia una someming
there that .would call for some comments. ,
j'The -Kansas Pioneer says, sixteen
Kentuckians-came up the river on the Aus
tralia, on the ;8th, inst and have 'settlea 'in
the Salt Greek Valley, ia Kansas Terntr
ry, jL.. .Thi is'phlj'.'a few miles; from; , Lea-
yenwonn, ana is a rica ana neaumm. coun
try Already taihy valuable improvements
are made5inviher Salt. Creek Valley iand
Kentuciciansf are the. very persons . to adclt
its impovmrint, - : ii v -;'.'
Read tht now advertisementi. 1: ' : 1
TEUTH FROM AN ' UNEXPECTED QTJABTEK.
'That KarisaiThust become a slave tatet
we have. never doiibtedi The peculiar a,-
daptati6ri'X)Ctbe soil and climate to slave la.-
uor auu me uiier lmpracucaDuiiy 01 reaucin
our extensile prairie : lands iolprofitable cul
tivation by any system of hireling (miscall
ed free) labor, utterly forbid any other con
clusion. That Kansas at'mis moment pre
sents a more profitable field for slave labor
in the production of our great western staple
hemp, than any of the southern States do
in planting Cotton, is a. fact known to every
intelligent and unprejudiced man in the Ter
ritory. -V1 -i"- i - ". . - - ' :
' However palpable "these facts are to every
unbiased man here, we have, not expected
to see them admitted arid proclaimed abroad
by the leaders of the miserable dupes of the
Eastern Emigrant Aid Societies, their pro-
mdgatibn being illy 'calculated to promote
tueir imssjiiievous scnenies lor aoomiomzing
the Territory.- But,' we 'fihd ourselves for
once mistaken'. A: late number : of : the
Cleaveland1 (Onr&'tter contains a most
doleful letter, from one J. H. Howe, the lea
der, of ran . Emigrant Ai4 band, that ' left
Cleaveland for Kausason tlie 23d of Octo
ber, dated , " Stevrner v on Missoiui River
After .giving, a very sad picture of the
great disappointment of those committed to
his charge, their entire, ignorance of the
country to which 'they had been shipped,
and utter destitution of. mone', 'many. of
them having little more than enough to pay
their passage to . Kansas City," this Mr.
Howe, says: , , ' ' ' ,
: "I innde a very thorough exploration cf the
country. It is. one vast and almost unbroken
prairie, almost destitute of timber but the soil
isjsfthe richest character, Water abundant,
and plenty of stone, with some evidences of coal.
Time aitd money will enable men. of , the rirht
stamp to possess these lands, subdue, end cultivate
them, ana convert the couatry into a very garden
a farming paradise. Men vnthout means' can do
nothing -there : at presents THE COUNTRY IS
EMINENTLY ADAPTED TO SLAVE LA
BOR. WEALTHY SLAVEHOLDERS CAN
GO THERE WITH PLENTY OF "HELP"
AND MEANS, AND MAKE MONEY SUB
DUING AND CULTIVATELNG THESE
LANDS. - ' ,.
"They will do so and despite all efforts yet
making or means yet adopted by the Free States
to prevent it, KANSAS IS SURE TO BE
COME A SLAVE STATE !
The Emigrant Aid Companies (as they are
termed( are doing very little indeed tqaccom
plish their object. They have encouraged hun
dreds of poor wellmeaning and honest people to
leave their homes and rush into the Territory
without means to sustain themselves there, who
must suffer everything but deaths and many of
them that if they remain or leave the-countrv.
and go where they can provide for their families.'
Here is much truth compressed into a
small space, and we cannot believe was de
signed for publication by the wTitcr, for we
find the letter was addressed to a private
individual, one Mr. John Reed, of Oberlin,
Ohio, and doubtless designed for private
use otherwise, the presumption is, it would
have been addressed directly to the editor
of the Cleaveland Herald or some other pa
per. The facts stated, however; are none
the les3 deserving of extensive publica
tion, as knowledge of them' may prevent
many other poor but misguided individuals
from being duped as it seems Mr. Howe's
party and hundreds of others have been.
The truth is, so apparent ar the facts
stated to those who ara here, that quite a
number of the most intelligent and sagacious
Northern men in the Territory some even
from the State of Vermont itself consult
ing their own" interest and the prosperity of
our infant Territory, are amoDg our most
decided pro-slavery citizens, and so we doubt
not,all hrthe course of time wilhbe.who are
not blinded by enthusiasm or fanaticism in
their devotion to a spurious philanthropy.
So mote it be.
For the Kan sas Herald.
Not being a subscriber to
your paper, and no mails to the interior of
Kansas Territory, 1 had -not the opportunity
of seeing your paper untill now, of the 10th
of November, in which -1 discover an . Elu
sion made to ' my speech ' at, your town.
C Leavenworth City. ) In" your" synopsis as
you call it, you have d One Snei much- injus-
tice . 1 knew you were umnenaiy to my
election, bu;t I did riot suppose- you w would
be malicious meTely or the purpose of o
pening the way for another candidate.
In regard to Uol. JVlanypenny vaua tne
Delaware lands, ori which your vTown site
is located. I knew no thin?; of the . difficulty
only what the. people of your '; Town, and
those connected with your ; office . had told
me. They'cfiaged ManypennV with refu
sing to let tHe' Indians make another Trea
ty, and said if ever he came outhe re again
he was in danger of i 'Lynch Law, he was
charged with having ordered the settlers off
the land, and using the Military Torce for
expulsion.. This , was a quarrel between
the people of Leavenworth and Manypermy,
apd not me. " As apolitical man if elected
would examine into their grievances, per-
sonlyj have no concern about it, I thqugHt
justly if Muaypenny was in danger . of be
ing Liyncheu he had better stay at home in
his office.,.. But my . opinion as a political
manj was that tEe superior Officers ought
to be held-responsible for, the misconduct ;-aof
agents.1 said emphaticaly that I had ' been
one of the strongest supporters of ; President
Pierce, and supporter pf the Nebraska Bill,
yet if th grievances complainedoft had been
comrnited, it was to him, I would look for re
dress and jiold him responsible, 4fbut my .ad
vice was to petiuon Congress for redress."
I would now ask ,what possible interest 'I
could have to take the quarrel of ; Leaven:
worthpity jer a disputed half section of land.
I know nothing personally of the wrong's com
plained of I am told by Col. Vanderslice that
Col.'Manyperinydone the best he- possibly
ceitld do irfmakins that Tfeaiy;v' I' think
still if three1 Treatiesereinade openly and
publicly those-desperajte. "charges ofpecu
laUon could not be. made:. I think still tha.
wrong ycu have done me; is unintentional,
aaa.inai you may correct it by the publica
tion of this letter. '- -. ' t : .-
'j Respectfully, .!
"VVestport Mo. Deem. 3rd, 1854
- - - CoHHKT9 -
.We give Mr. Chapman the full, benefit
of his own explanation of his position, and
what does it amount to, alter all. ;Yhy
that he tarne here and found fManTTJennv
unpopular, and therefore we suppose, ha
thought it woold be popular to , abuse him.
For we here reassert, Mr." Chapman" "riot
only censured Mr. Manypenny, but that fia
spoke of Mr. McClelland in no very .com-,
plimentary terms. - It is useless for him to
say now nia remarivS - were maue upon wnai
he heard in Leavenworth. It he ineans to
insinuate he heard at this ofiice that .. Col.
Manypenny was. in danger of"Lynch Lawyr
we have-only to say he "got no such, rrifor
mation from us, nor from any .one 'as ,w;;
believe in any way connected with this officer
Besides we never heard of it,untill. we saw
it injthe above very remarkable' letter, ilf
he had been told as he now. says .he ..was,
that "C6L, Manypenny done the. best he
possibly could do in making that Treaty,'
1 3: 1 t" 4. i- n . i. -r : i. :n :
way uiu 11 u xiui icii iuc puuic ui x. uw (
his speech.? -
We have' yet to learn that the ptople of
Leavenworth have any quarrel with Col.
Manypenny, and if so they certainly would
not have applied to Mr. Chapman to take i t
off their hands.
We may have been in error stating
that Mr. Chapman connected the adminis.
tration with the acts of the agents he so bit
terly complained of, but certain it is he com
mented severely on the course of Manypen
ny, .McClelland and some of the Indiana
gents, as we reported in oar synopsis of
his speech. . - ' ,
We" could have had no object in doing
Mr. Chapman injustice, for certainly no
man ever considered he was in the way of
any person. 11, as he says, ne Knew we
were unfriendly to his election, certainly
wc could not have posted him about what
he refers to in his letter, and if he has been
misinformed, and thereby led to do injustice
to officers of the Government' connected
with the administration, it is his fault not
ours, it will at least learn him, to Keep net-
ter posted up in the future.
JParlzville JLuniinary. ,
The editor of this luminous sheet has a
pointless attempt at reply to an article of
ours, taking him to task, as an 11 eavesdrop
per," the retailer of news about his neigh
bours business. He says he has a"word '
for our private ear." If it is of a character
writh the folio wins letter addressed to the a-
bolition editor of the Herald of Freedom,
which we find published in the Indepen
dence Agrarian, we think he had better
use his communications for that delectable
sheet on the- Wakarusa, devoted to Free
Here is a copy of the letter, which the
Agrarian says was picked up in the Terri
tory. It serves to show the position of the
Luminary, and who the editor is coopera
Parkvilie 17th Nov. 1854. $ .
G. W. Brown, Esq;
My Dear S;r: I recieved your note of
3'esterday morning, and forthwith mailed
our paper to you at Kansas, having, howev
er previously sent it to Buffalo, N. Y. It
will give us. much pleasure to exchango,
In the next Luminary will be given a
uotice 01 the late nomination meeting at
Leavenworth City. Whitfield is the candi
didate viithout a nomination. He is pro
slavery. - -"
The election day is the 29th, arid sorae
tlung must be done to elect the right man.
Who is he. r . .
I wish I could see" you for an hour or so,
but can' to to Kansas just now. Mr. Parks
being at present in the Territory. Can.t
you walk up? . Ever yours, .
. . Y. J" Patterson.
. j: ;
" The Independence Agrarian. The
editor of this paper, proffessing to be a dem
ocratjSays, after publishing the President's
message, ."we have not yet had an oppor
tunity of reading it, andin. truth are in no
great haste to do sol" . Truly the opportuni
ties' of the editor must be taken up with ti-
portant matters, when he can t take time to
read a document thaVhe is printing in his
paper! Besides, he is. in no a great haste
to read it ! "How coolly he takes matters !
I1B13 HOi glUUg tut lUanc Mttsiv,
this world, sure V " ;;-v.'.- ';
Judge" Johnsoit. A correspondent of
th e Missouri StatesrrianrwriUng from St.
Joseph, after a recent trip up the river, says;
"f Judge i Johnson one of the recently ap
pointed Judges for Kahsas, was on his re
turn, ta the.Territory, after a short trip" east.
Born'irid reared in Kentucky, he has spent
the Best part -of his life in Ohio, arid "conse
quenjly" understands the tricks; rif both' the
Northern, tind Southern' 'demagogues., .V. A
few -minutes conversatien with him is sufii-
cient to cbhvirice any orielkit kanderstaads
and is prepared to do his c
-.- !:- ia?:'l
Postage. - A"staf ement S
lished In com"
of the .papcrsi v that p
from and "after the fir's!
JU. GL.M.A m .
. C January, 1855,
3 made; a. careftil
: 13 last Congress
must be pre-paid.' ,
examination xjf. tha "Ac
cpntained.in an oiciai r -
iiirge, and can find nothl j