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CO.NCLUDUD FROM THIRD PaGH ! Proposals for twice a week service arc invit ed, also to extend roate to Oxford. 5733. From Holly Springs, by Hudsonvillc, and Lamar, to La Grange, 21 miles and back, three times a week Leave Holly Springs every Monday, Wednes day, and Friday at 4 a m, arrive at La Grange same days by 12 m. Leave La Grange every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 1$ p m, arrive at Holly Springs same days by 9 p m. Proposals to carry in two-horse coaches are invited. 5731. From Holly Springs, by North Mount Pleasant, Nonconner, Tenn., Colliersville, and Germantown, to Memphis, 53 miles and back, six time3 a week. Tfivn Hollv Sorbins daily, except Sundav. at 1 a m, arrive at Memphis same days by 4 Leave Memphis daily, except Sunday, at (5 a m, arrive Ul HUllJ upings enure uaja ujf u in. Proposals for two or four-horse coach, also for tri-weeklv service, are invited; also t.3 run three of the six trips called for by tho schedule by 5735. From Holly Springs, by Waterford, 31ilton, ana uy press ,rccK, to ronioioc, iw . t - . 1 miles ana bacK, mree tunes a weeK. T mio Tlollv Snrinrr- rverv Mondav. Wednes day and Friday at 12 p m, arrive at Pontotoc next days by o p m. Inrn IVintotrw r.vorv Tonsdnv. Th'irsdav and Saturday at 12 p m, arrive at Holly Springs nnvr loves Kv ( I T m. Proposals to run by New Albany, omitting the other intermediate offices, will be considered; also to carry in two-horse coacucs. rvraiV Frnm Tlnllv Snrin.cs?. bv McArson's v j O 7 Stand, to Hernando, 31 miles and back, once a Leave Holly Springs every Wednesday at 5 . v i arn, arrive at nernanuo same uay oyu p m. Leave Hernando every Thursday at G a ra, arrive at Holly tepnngs same uay uy . p m. Proposals for semi-weekly service are invit cd Port, Roland's. Van Buren, Flton, Cotton Ridge, Bay Springs, and Burton's, to Jacin- o, bG miles and-back, twice a week between Aberdeen and Cotton Gin Port, 12 miles, residue once a week. Leave Aberdeen every Monday and Fri day at 1 pm, arrive at Cotton Gin Port same days bv 5 p in. Leave Cotton Urn Port every l uesaay at 5 a m, arrive at Jacinto next day by 5 r.-r Jacinto every Sunday a 5 Cotton Gin Port next day a m, by 5 737. From Hollv Springs, by Salem, to Ripley, 30 miles and back, three times a week. Leave Holly Springs every Tuesday, Thurs day, and Saturday at 1) p m, arrive at Ripley next day by ajara. T-fiTo Uinlev evrrv Tuesday. Friday, an Sunday at 1 p m, arrive at Holly Springs next days by 2 a m. Proposals carry in two or four-horse coaches; also to carry six times a week, are invited. 573S. From Holly Springs, by Chulahoma, Adamsville, and Pleasant Moun'., to Belmont, 43 miles and back, twice a week between Hol ly Springs and Chulahoma, and once a week Ill ' 1 - . ''.-. Leave Holly Springs every Saturday at G a m, arrive at Chulahoma same day by 12 m. Leave Chulahoma every Saturday at 1 p m, arrive at Holly Springs same day by 7 p m. Leave Holly Springs every Tuesday at G a m, arrivo at Belmont same day by 7 p m. Leave Belmont every Wednesday at 5 a m, arrive at Holly Spring same day by 7 pm. 5739. From Ripley, by Hickory Flat, Corn c rsville, and Rocky Ford, to Cypress Creek, 40 miles and back, once a week. ..Leave Ripley every Friday at G am, arrive at Cypress Creek same day by G p m. Leave Cypress Creek every Saturday at G a m, arrrive at Ripley same day by G p m. Propasals to end at Oxford arc invited. 5710. From Ripley, by Carroilville, to Ful ton, 55 miles and back, once a week. Leave Ripley every Friday at 7 a m, arrive at Fulton next day by 5 p m. Leave Fulton every Sunday at 7 a m, arrive at Ripley next day by 5 p m. 5741. From Jacinto, by Danville, Farming ton, and Gravel Hill, Te., to Purdy, 43 miles and back, once a week. Leave Jacinto every Tuesday at 12 rn, arrive at Purdy next day by 5 p in. Leave Purdy every Monday at G a m, arrive at Jacinto next day by 11 a m. 5742. From Eastport, by Prairie and Yel- low Urcck, to JacintOto macs ana duck, once Ixiave Eastport every Friday at 1$ p m, arrive lalntn snnif! fl.1V 1)V 8 I m. Leave Jacinto every Friday at 5 a m, arrive at Eastport same day by 1 p m, r.ii'A. From Pontotoc, bv Frairie Mount Aberdeen, Hamilton, Colbert, and Waverly, to ti i -i . Columbus, 7'J miles ana duck, mree umos r.rtnvn Pmitntnc evtrv Tuesday. Thursday - and Saturday at 7 p m, arrive at Columbus next days bv 8 pm. i-nnvn fTnlnmbus every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p m, arrive at Pontotoc next days bv 1 1 p m. PrA-,h tn mrrv in two-horse coaches are invited; nlso to terminate the route at Aberdeen intnml -vf Ca tlumllUS. 574 1; From Pontotoc, by Fairview, New Albany, and Cotton Plant, to Ripley, 38 miles and back, once aweeK. Leave Pontotoc every Wednesday at 5 a m T,trnr zrmn rl.1V bv 7 l m. uiiiiu . "'IJ,V; v j -j , Leave Ripley every Thursday at 5 a m, arrive at Pontotoc same day by 7 pm. Proposals to commence at New Albany;-also to run twice a week; aHo tnrce times -a m'ck are invited. . , 5715. From Pontotoc, by Berlin, to rulton fiQ r;id nml Knck. once a week. Leave Pontotoc every Thursiay at 5 a m, arrive at Fulton same day by 7 p ra. Leave Fulton every Friday at 5 a m, ar- sive at Pontotoc same day vy pm. V7.lf? Fmm Pontotoc. bv EHistown and Carrollsville, to Jacinto, 5S miles and back, once a week. Leave Pontotoc every Wednesday at 6 a m, arrive at Jacinto next day by 1 p m. Leave Jacinto every Monday at Sam, arrive at Pontotoc next day uy p m. 5747. - .From Fulton, by Yocony, Char- Attpsv p. am Diamond liocK, to itus- eoiK ;ilA 52 miles and back, once a veek. Leave Fulton every Friday at 1 p m, ar ..... it rive at Uussellville next ttay oy o p m. Leave Russellville every Thursday at 5 a m, arrive at Fulton next day by 12 m. " 57 IS. From Aberdeen, by Vikeville, to Houston, 30 miles and Lack once a week. Leave Aberdeen every Friday at 6 a m, 'arrive at Houston same day by 4 pm. Leave Houston every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive at Aberdeen same day by 1 p m, Leave Houston every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive at Aberdeen same day by 4 p m, Froposals for semi-weekly serrice are in vited. ". , - - ' 57 19. From"Aber4ef n, by .Cotton Gin p rn. Leave arrive at p m. 1 -wrt Leave Cotton Oin l'ort every .Monday and Friday at S a m. arrive at Aberdeen same days by 12 rn. Proposals to run only from rulton toJa cinto are invited. 5750. From Colbert, bv West Point, to Savannah, in Chickasaw county, and back, once a week. As the Distance, is not known to the de partment, bidders are requested to state it; also to propose ascnedule ot arrivals anuae partures bv which thev will run. 5751. From Columbus, by Plymouth, Hickory Grove, Starkville, Double Spring, and ricreon Roost, to Greensboro, Go miles and back, twice a week. Leave Columbus every Monday and Thursday at 6 a m, arrive at Greensboro, next days by 12 m. Leave Greensboro, every Tuesday and Friday at 1 p m, arrive a Columbus next davs by 9 p m. 5752. From Columbus,- by Caledonia, Grub Snrintrs. and Athens, to Electra, 45 miles and back, twice a w eek. Leave Columbus every Monday & Thurs diy at 1 a m, arrive at Electra same days bv 9 p m. Leave Electra every Tuesday and Friday at 1 a m, arrive at Columbus same days bv 9 pm. Bids for once a week service are invited; also to commence at Aberdeen Sc run thence by Athens and Hamilton, to Caledonia; also to run the part between Aberdeen and A thens twice a week. 5753. From Columbus, by Deer Brook, Macon, Gholson, Parkeville, De Kalb, and Black Water, to Daleville, 9 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Columbus every Tuesday and Fri day at 6 a m, arrive at Daleville next days by G p m Leave Daleville every Sunday and Wed nesday at G a m, arrive at Columbus nex days by 6 pm. 575 1. From Greensboro, by Snowsville, to Louisville, 40 miles aud back once a week. Leave Greensboro, every Friday ot lj m, arrive at Louisville next day by 4 pm. Leave Louisville every Thursday at 11 a m, arrive at Greensboro' next day by 12 m. Proposals to rim only from Greensboro' to Snowsville are invited. 5755. From Greensboro', by Bellefon taine, Houston, Red Land, to Pontotoc, 74 miles and back, once a week. Leave Greensboro every Friday at 12 m, arrive at Pontotoc next Sunday by 4 pm. Leave Pontotoc every Wednesday at 6 a m, arrive at Greensboro' next Friday by 10 am. 5756. From Louisville, by Fearn's Spring, and Pleasant Spring, to De Kalb, 40 miles and back, once a week. Leave Louisville every Monday at 6 a m, arrive at De Kalb same day by 8 pm. Leave De Kalb every Tuesday at G a m, arrive at Louisville same day by 8 p m. 5757. From Louisville, by Kosciusko, Wheeling, and Lockhart's Store, to Lexing ton, 79 miles and back once a week. Leave Louisville every Tuesday at 5 a m, arrive at Lexington next day by 7 pm. Leave Lexington every Thursday at 5 a m, arrive at Louisville next day by 7 p m. 575S. From Louisville, by Philadelphia, to Union, 50 miles and back, cn e a week. Leave Louisville every Monday at 4 a m, arrive at Union same day by 10 p m. Leave Union every Tuesday at 4 a m, ar rive at Louisville same day by 10 p m. 5759. From Hopahka, by Edinburgh, Philadelphia, CotTadeliah, Gholson, Wahol ock, Brooklyn, and Cooks ville, to Warsaw, Ala., 100 miles and back, once a week. Leave Hopahka every Monday at 4 a m, arrive at Warsaw next Wednesday by 6 pm. jLeave Warsaw every mursaay at 4 a m, arrive a Hopahka next Saturday by 6p m. Proposals to run only from Philadelphia to Cooksville, are invited. 5760. From Hopahka, by Thomaslon, Kosciusko, Planters, and Stewart's, to Greensboro', 67 miles and back, once a week. Leave Hopahka every Wednesday at 5 a m, arrive at Greensboro next day by 12 m. Leave Greensboro' every Monday at 1 p m, arrives at iiopaiiKa next tiav ov a p m. 5761. From Hopahka, by Carthage, to liillsboro', oO miles and back, once a w eek. Leave Hopahka every Tuesday at 7 am, arrive atllillsboro same day by 6 pm. Leave Hillsboro every Wednesday at 7 a m," arrive at Hopahka same day by 6 p m. Tft TVrr- TTrirtn lw T- nv n r A landsville, to Paulding, 41 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Union every Tuesday and Friday .4 l-vt 1 1-1-1 -v .it Trv lit , I im r.. ,1 I. ( n -i a in) uuiic ui i uuiuiii ;auic tlay Uy 7 pm. Xeave Paulding every Monday and Thurs day at 4 a m, airive at Union same day by y p m. 5763. From Daleville, by Marion, Quit man, and Chickasawhay, to Winchester, 75 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Daleville every Sundav and Thurs day at 5 a m, arrive at Winchester next days by 6 p m. Leave Winchester every. Monday and Friday at 5 a m, arrive at Daleville next days by 6 pm. I?ids to carry twice a week between Dale ville and Marion, and once a w eek the res idue of the route, will be considered. 5764. From Quitman,by Miltonville ana Isney, Ala., to Old Washington Court-house, 40 miles and back, once a week. Leave Quitman every Monday at 0 a m, arrive at Old Washington Court-house same day by 7 pm. - Leave Old Wash ngton Court-house eve ry Tuesday at- 6 am, arrive at Quitman come d.iv bv 7 1 m. From V inchester to Leakesvuie, S8 miles and back, once a week. Leave Winchester every Saturday at 0 a m. arrive at Leakesville samexlay by t p Leave Leakesville every Sundav at 6 a m, nrrive at Winchester same day l)y i p m. Proposals to commence route atlulding, increasingius icugut iu mimics, mcmuiv-u, .to to fun semi-weekly 5766. From Leakesville, by V ernal, Mc- Mann' Cross Roads, and Jackson Court house, to Mobile, Ala, t3 miles and back, once a week. - Leave Leakesville every Friday at t a m, arrive at Mobile next Sunday by 1 p m. Leave Mobile every r ridav at t a m, ar rive at Leakesville next Sunday b' 1 p m Bids for semi-weekly service are invited. 5767. brom Augusta, by McLeod's, and Mississippi City, to Boloxi, 97 miles and back, once a w eek. Leave Augusta every Thursday at 6 a in arrive at Biloxi every 'Saturday by 12 m. Leave Biloxi every Saturday- at 2 p m arrive at Augusta next Monday by 6 p m Proposals tor service omitting McLeod's and embracing Pass Christian, are invited 5768. From Carlisle's Mills, by Ellisville and Claiborne, to Paulding, 49 miles and back, once a week. Leave Carlisle's Mills every Thursday at 1 p m, arrive as Paulding next day 7 p m Leave Paulding every Saturday at 5 a rn arrive at Carlisle's Mills next day by 12 m 5769. From Columbia, by Orangeburg and Santee, to Williamsburg, 31 miles and back, once a week. Leave Columbia every Friday at 4 a m arrive at Williamsburg same day by S p m Leave VY llhamsburg every .lhursday a 4 am, arrive at Columbia same day by S p m. 5770. From Columbia, by Fordsville Spring Cottage, lticeville, Habolochitto Gainesville, Pearlington and Shieldsboro to Pass Christian, 107 miles and back, once a week. Leave Columbia every Saturday at 6 rn, arrive at Pass Christian next Tuesday by 11am. Leave Pass Christian every Tuesday at p m, arrive at Columbia next Friday by 6 p m. ot4i. From Monticello to Brookhaven 22 miles and back, twice a week Leave Monticello every Wednesday and Sunday at 1 p m, arrive at Brookhaven same days by 9 p m. Jeave Brookhaven everv Wednesday and Sunday at 1 a m, arrive at Monticello same days by 12 m. 5772. From Monticello, by Mount Car mel to Williamsburg, 32 miles and back, once a week. Leave Monticello every Wednesday at 7 a m arrive at Williamsburg same day by 6 p m. Leave Williamsburg every Thursday at 7 a m, arrive at Monticello same day by 6 p m. Query: Is this route needed? 5773. From Westville, by Georgetown, to tiallatin, J4 miles and back, once a .week. Leave Westville every Saturday at 5 a m, arrive at Gallatin same day by 6 p m Leave Gallatin every Sunday at 5 am, ar rive at Y esteville same day by 6 pm. Invf Aim iri i WhitAvilh. to. Woodville. 4 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Holmesville every Monday ana Thursday at 6 a m, arrive at Woodville next davs by 6 pm. " Leave Woodville every iuesaay ami Saturday at 6 a m, arrive at Holmesville next days bv 6p m. 5781. From Holmesville, bvJUimaurove, to Columbia, 33 miles and back, once a week. Leave Holmesville every Thursday at 6 a m", arrive at Columbia same days by 6 p m. Leave Columbia every Wednesday at C : . t i ...at- j i... a rn, arrive at iioimesviue same uays uy 6 p m. . : ' 4jiS2. 1 rom V oodville, by Pinckneyyiue, to Fort Adams, 23 miles and back, twice a week. - j Leave Woodville every Tuesday and Sat urday at C a m, arrive at Fort Adams same, days by 1 pm. ' Leave Fort Adams every Monday and Friday at 9 a m, arrive at Woodville same days by 4 p m. SPECIAL OFFICES. m Proposals for sujplying the following offi ces at a sum to he named, and subject to the condition of being limited to -the net proceeds of the ofiices, are invited: Bolivar from ixapoleon, Ark., 20 miles, once in two weeks. California from Oakland, 6 miles, once a week, v . Camden from OfTahoma, 6 miles, three times a week. Deltairom Helena, 10 miles, once a week. Dailey's Cross Roads from Shocco, 6 miles, once a week v Dumas from Ripley, 15 miles, once a week. Greenwood from Carrollton, 16 miles, once a week. Oak Ridge from Holly Springs, 13 miles, once a week. Prairie Hill from Columbus, 13 miles, once a week. Prairie Point from PickcioviUe, Ala., 7 miles, once a week. Rocky Mount from De Kalb, "7 miles, once a week. Silver Creek from Yazoo City, 15 miles, once u w eek. Spring Hill from Salem, C miles, once a week. Spring Ridge from Jackson, 9 miles, once a week. Tacaluche from Holly Spiincr, 15 miles once a week. Tchula from Lexington, 15 miles, , twice n week. Troy and Preston from Grenada, 16 miles once a week. Utica from Cayuga, 8 miles twice week. Victoria from White River, Ark., 1 mile once a week. 16. JTie followiftir j the form of Ik ruirmitv whirl. thou Id L kdf th irt blank with the nui of th punr- mitor, tti econii wim inai 01 int oicuer, ami the ihml hu1 fourth with the trinninr uJ t'rmioaiinff jK.inU of th rout( nl after bfinj; dat d, hotil J b iipiiea ht th pinr ntor, who iut b hwn by ihe written crtinct of postmaster, or other equally atifactary ietinifnil, to be antanof property, iind able Inmate pood hi pudrantj . ThU guaranty, so certititd, houbl nri-oai))any ut Ii bid. "The imdtTijrtid goarantitt llu.t - , if hi hi. I for tarrying the mail from to be arcepu d by the Iootiuater Ji'iitrji! abadl' t titer iuto an -uldiij'Mtiou prior to the firt day of July neM.with pood and auitrii m urti,to jrtrni the aervice j)rojoed. -Hated " 17. The bid kIiouU be nt umi r ichI, td In x.-ud to ih First Asi'i'tant roitinaster hem ra!, w ith "Mail propc:l in i he State of-; .' w ritten oil the fuceof the U ttt r; and Dvp YV li Godson, Mi,s Maribs; '?f. Daniel, Wmll u'-'' 5.NVr oiir.f.t t . "I I I' I., i:Vv 4 S; s; NOTES. 1. Seren minufts are allow ed for on ning-and i losinc th mails at all offices where no particular time is rneciiietl but on railroad and ctemnboat routes there is to be no more delay than is nece?ary to deliver and receive the hag. x. Ihe mail is to he conveyed l.i preference to ?men Srers, nnd to tlttir entire, rxclusion, if" us weight and bulk require it. ii. Post office blanks, mail-bar, and the special a-ent of me ueparuntni, on me exnitmion oi tn ir trtd nfi:N, are to be conveyed wiltiout furlber charge on mail line ad mining of such convt ance. 4. Mail a-e nts are t. be conveyed without charsre on the principil railroad and steamboat lines, w ht re the sue of the mails and the number of the cfficei will require their i . i. . i .1 . . . - . riujjiujiiiruiuv me ciepariment; ana in trial case, a separ ate apartment for the assorting and sale-Lreping' of the mail is to be provided by the contractor, under the direction of tne cepartment. 5. In all cases, there is to be a forf iture of the par of irip, uen m irip is noi run; a forfeiture of at 1 at one-f..urth part of it, when the running or arriial is to fur behind time as to lose the. connexion w ith a dependim- .,.1. -I r - j... . ' . " uiaii, ami n iiirii auir ui a uuf proportion Of It, W lien I rrade of cervice is rendered infr rior to that in th rmiirari These forfeitures may be increased into penalties of liia her amount, accoruin to tne nature or Irequency of the failure and the import nm-e of ttie mail. 6. l ines will b imposed, unless the delinouencv Up aii. tactorily explaine-d in clue tune, for failing- to take from, or i.emer at, a poi oin e. lue mail, or anv nart of i f...f- 577-1. From Weste Ville, bv Raleigh, to .f,rinff."to b,e injured, lo-t,ordetrojed; forconve. Pauldinrr, 6S miles and back, once a w eek Leave Westville every Wednesday at 6 am, arrive at Paulding next day by 1 p m. JLeave I'aulding every Irulay at 6 am, arrive at Westville next day by 4 pm. 5775. From Gallatin, by Brookhaven, Homesville, and Oak Grove, La., to Covin- mcil in t i lare or irarner that xrioe it in !f ni-.l .i,,.'.. ' i"j"r i r.irn riinf; m.er oem&iiu to convey a mail by any roach, railroad cr, or steamboat, which the contrac tor repularly runs on the roufs beyond the rpcrified num ber of trips in the contract ; and for not arriving at the time set. And for setting up or running an ex pre- to transmit iumicrimi in-e u igenc e in advance ot the mail, a penal iv w ill be evicted equal to a quarter's pay. 7. The I ostma.-ter Jen ral niav annul the contract for repeated failures; f,r violating the postofTicc hws; fordis obev inir the instructions of th ton, lVb miles and back, three times n Week. d"rh.re "carrier when required by the department; f ,r I .tavfZnt,n -.r TnnA.- ttV.l ""'T ."""6 """" Dt " tne consent 01 trie I'ostinas- . v-.,,l,i,w, v . iiiuiiua , v? cuues- ter tieneral.orfor settins- n nr . r.. day and Friday, at 3 p m, arrive at Coving. haid-. y.-. nnir r n.inr. T:.l 1 o . . - i I lic usiiimsnT iijiit'rtti niav alter trie contract. nn ivn "en ft cuucsuav, inuay UIIU OUnuaV a ter the schedule, heallowin-. ;.r "V. - - - I . f ' n i v j vrntC UI tf Mil OV iJ V m. I pensaiion, wuoin tne n stnctions imposed bv h'v.. for the T.IVft Covington nvPrv frvnds.t- Wfl I ?i : t "..e req.,,rec.. or for the increased speed, if .- - - -..v..v. t . , ii ku-une rniHinrnif niniic i i uiim tinrii . : . " i j nesdaV. and FridaV at 6 n m. arrive fit Hnl- necessary; bnt the contractor m.iv. in such r. Ii latin next Wednes av Krirlnv in SimHnv "-. ..-......-,.. or .reic rs it to inc change. lailll liexi llCUIieiUaV, r Tina , ami JUncUiy I he Postmaster ieu ral may also discontinue or curtail UY p IU. tne service, ne allowing one month extra pay on the T-. 1 V... ...: i I amount dispensed with. . . w wawj uui ivvtce a wee are 9.-The plyments will be mad thr invited. 5i4b. From Gallatin, bv Linden, Pine lilult, and miles and back, once a w eek Leave Gallatin every Wednesday at 10 a m, arrive at Port Gibson next day by 4 p quarter, m h dm ft f' n r.M. i vmv s kti ui icr iriB epirniion ol ea( 1 say in February, May, August aud .November. Ill I h ltu IWA. 1 i.--.. I . . m B t , f, 4 rM . oruinsr to tne Pest infor- UrtOntOn, tO I'Ort Gibson, 4 mation; bul.no increased pay will be allowed, should thev prove io d greater man is advertised, iLthe places are cor rectly named. 11. The iVx-tmaster General is nrr.l tWteA t..- 1,. frnn. knowingly tuakina: a contract for the tn.n.rv,rt'.i;ni- t mail w ith any person who shall have entered iulo anv com bination, or proposed to enter into any combination, t -j pre vent the making of any bid for a mail contract br m m h-r person orpersjiH, or w ho shall have made any agreement, or shall have riven or rK-rfi-rmed. or nrnmi..,! 7n con,idc ration to do, or not to do, am thin" Arc-PnU'c Pr.nl- IJi.u , -i wnatevcr to induce any othtr wrninnol to bid fur a moil r - iJiooMiaien, k4 miles contract, l-articular attention is called to the 23th section auu uaciv, otice a weeK. oii.iecionajo,prau;DiUug combinations to prevent bid T . I r i i . , omar. xica.c iiumuuii;eierv rrwav at 1 n m. n Ai;,irfiti.n...:. . .. arrive at Brookhaven next day" bv 7 n m. at 9 .. or ibout the guarantee reqnired bv Leave Brookhaven everv tlmUv nt f"?V'!Jlut",,.?nt!n? "con,rentio. cannot - ----- v, . , fcuiiyijHrLiii reruiai Leave Port Gibson every Tuesday at 5 a . : -it- . . . in, uiiive uiumiaim next day bv u a m. a D4 i 4, hoold be despatched in time to be rertivid oy or btfjre lhe3tth April nut. at 9 o'clock, a in. 18. The contracts ere to be executed bt fore the 1st July '19. Potmnifer Btofliccf iituated upon or near railroad, but more thau eiehfv rod fro:ti a depot, will, iimiH-.lihlelv after the lOih May next, report that fact to the leiartm nt, stating their exact tlitaic- from the railioad pOt, and hou.-oiie misc supplied with Ihe nun I, to enable the t'o.l master tieneral totlirect the proper upply tolw mada from therailroadby mail mcengr,jrom and alter the l-f Jul 2)..UnJer the ectof3d March, 181., the route n to be h t th Inn et PidOer. itnufrmr tuouieiu EUranui i fiithful perforinance, without other red re rice to the mode vl irwo-portation lliau ni.iy be n ceary to pro i le 1r the lue lntt- r. rtmnlv.aiiJ ecurilv OJ !U utrnii.:oriaiion. jiiw the new contractor i not required to pur Lae out, or tiiLe it a valuation the htockor vth!CUol the prvviuu contrac When the Iowet but propome a moeie of romt-vuire nn i inademibte forth route in rt f p ct la tne rerisuny, net u ritv, and cell rity of the mail, tiid froiuuu v m i vuiuioda' tio'n'for travel, tt w ill not be entitled to the route. Wbj-nthe bid doe not liamea niooc of coiivejance it will be taken and undersiootl to be for the low est mode o colivejnnce.to wit: on horacback.- W hen it pr. poM to carry "hccording t the aJscrtiuemeiit tuid no mode of cun- .- it 1 lor Ihe route iu the ailn rtieiiu ,.t. nviui be ronklered u od'ering only for horeb.ifk i oiiAejn"r' When the adi'tiertH-ut use the term "conveyance in tu l,,-. Trbe. or ill four-hore roaclie are inulnl, or 4proiioal to carry in two-hore coa he" will be con.idi r- .. . i i . - . : .i. . i.:.i .wM..-v ! : ... i l ur lite UKe eTipreBioii in mc m i ui tin.i; w vcrtincinenl will not ue uiuierlotJ a n iininio tin .,ir.il mentioned iu mch imilutioil. Iflho bidiler intf lid to propoAr the mode of conveyance stated in tLv imita tion, he fttiouui name it in it run iu ius oiu. .2,2. Since thpaae of the art of M;irch 3d. 10 1.1, a m v l-rriiitioiiof bidhabeco rect ived. It iiecil"n no mode ofconvryanct, but engaget to enrrj the mil with eel tuinti , c elerity.'tuid security . uiing the term of the law. Thee bid are called, from the liis.iuier in which thev r !ig uated on the book of the department, "slur bi 1." It hu b en decided, after miu lire conid rati'Xi, that a bid propo sin'" a specific moxlu-of Coii-v ance ofai high a grude " two-hoine couch Iruiivportati.jii is to be prenned to the starbid.. Tlic experience of the department enublf it to lav dovnt the follow in;; ru1i,ir.: "When the mail on the route i not ho laree a to ropiire two-lioru: coach Convey ance, a star bid, if the loWtt, will be preferred to the specific hid. 2J. WhtMthe maiUitre of uch sie o to rentier if m n -ary or expedient in reference to th m alone to provide I wo home conch convej ance, the srn cifie bid, though the hijtii est, w ill it preferred to the star bid, to the t xt nt of a und erate dillrrenre in the rcmpen.atioii, in cae the tliih v in i not such "ns to intf i ti re v, ith the policy of the n w l vv, w hit h look ton re !c t'.oii i,i tlie Cost of traifporta'.i it. Kxceplio!!., liCiw i t, iii!i tie allowed vh re the sttir I id i made bv the'jir -sent ow ner of the stot k on the ront ,Hit( it i iiianiVesi thiil ihe reiuoin fir pre lei ring the pe( ii bid do nol ei?t in hicat . 21. On route of tho I.i;!.et tn, where four -horse I coach transportation i r quired by the sie nn.l irnpni t.ui- f of the mad-, the pre ft. r lue f.r the specific bid will hi-, i nccfarv. carried to aereati-r extent f ciil.i Telle,- thuil on the inferior conth rout tulj-ct, how t ier, to the t i j tion abo e sL'.ted. 25. A modification of n bid ia any of if enti:d l iin i tantamount to a new ma, uni ennnoi t'f r ' ne.i so u i interfere with competition ft iter the H-t hour set for r i ingbii. - c. jtmox, ' - rotinti-ti r ! n r;d. Post Oflice Dcnartment. January Otli, 1 ;t TF liiddt r will observe, thnl ihe route are in dl ca to be let to Ihe lowest ruarantied l.rop'ssul, an I ut Ihe rl.i 'itw'ki nif.li .rMv-i-ir;H jwtfi.t ftf re tle s'o'C and weight of the mail, (without r gftru to Irtivi 1.) or the ine called for in the schedule, fchall rcouire a higher mo.i- ol convey ance, and thi. the bidder ere r qui stt d to specify i;: -Vxv- ! c ' ... ci - ' Vt .M.-'ol. ,. nduanls, Kvan.sM,sL,ur;ina l. rosier, uev i; i Ferrel. Juim L Fowler, Turner U I reeman.Geor Fields, Ja iucs 11 Fowler, Joel Former, Lr Fristoe. U C lrrell, Jos H Fitchuc, Bt njuiuin Itienr.tl auni, A Ganawav, Miss K GloAer, br LC Gorham, Cha T Gibson, John N Gainess, John J Gainer, 1 Itiiry Gholson, W V Graves, II G Guet, John Govan, John J Graves D S Graham, .Niuucl Garrett, J ti ( . Graham, Mrs K'tn) i;i'i-iuni,; Glass, JSinipsmi Thfini Holmes, IKiirs V v! Tim;. ! S .-,.. . .'I:, Mitlu. Shu! t e.l!! s.v - II Si Tl.t, Th.. 11 i:.b .i , l) Ti Tt";', Tui ku T;;!:.:.: 'i'a! r.J, ! Taut. M; List of Letters, - PpEMAI.MNG in tho Post Office itt Holly JSprinps Miss., on the 1st of April, 1 10 ; which if not taken out befoto lh lir.t of July next, will 1x5 Kent to the General Tost OjTh c us Dead" Letters. Anderson, William Kill, Lucinda A Anderson, S W S Kennedy, Win II Almond, Nathaniel Ktehfe, Alui j hy Lincoln, Jesu Lea, Dr Willis M Lucas, Willi.'Mii La ender. Win G Aero, Wm C Abington, MissF Anderson, Jas II Allen, Chailes v) Anthony, Dr Wm A Levens, Thomas Abbott, Norman Adams, Wm W Amos, Lntney Akin, Terry, . .; Adams, J Z 13atte, Richard C Bennett, AVinant Hallo we, II A Brown, 3Ir Bowcn, W A Bentley, John Blythe, Gideon Box, Merideth Brown, Henson S Lewis; HP Long, William Lacy, Ambrose Iambcrston, Jo J Lanjhier, J S Marsh, Stephen Miller & Edmondson Ialonc, Lewis Mitchell, i:G 3Iitchell, John M Mitchell, John Morris, Mrs Sarah Miller, Hugh U Miller, John IlilUW M TaU,;, Ilarrisun, Mr ; M 'l':n!,.:' Happer, Jaeidi TaL-r! 1 law rev, MiiMrv Tnll, ; Hall, Joel Haddock, Mi-. J HnrgroM', Win L Hunter, Mis i: Hinsoii, A V Hooker, Allied Hebard, Dr V i1 Holland, J G Hill, Alien Harper, Thoi S Hunter, .Mi,s i: H Hampton, N H Hainilton, lteesu Howell. AS I larden, Heiii t ! v! Hauiilti.n, Ka-iii Henderson, Jame M I lavs v: Bulliti'itoii Hunt, DrTI 1 Iaiuilton, Bice Hairis, C, W Hunter, 1111 Harris Kev It P Humphrey, James Hall, Alexander G I lerald, William I ream, Malachi Hust, Bichard Jtmc, -Mr 4 Jane T Jones, T S Johnson, Thus D kJ Johnson, Mo-es Jordan, James V Jolly, Jc.y Jones, John H K vie, (VIC II Kerner, Mrs Su an 'J Kelly, John M Kennedv, Mis J A KnoJton, r,ei Keaiti, Wm C MeGui!' King, Perry N l!,i'-, King, James McNeil Kotter, T Lester .McNeil W i, A'. ,J :.' .Mr- ;iM-- V.. 1, ;':;,!. rm. M. .. V Vt::.i r, !!;... J WatM.ii, J,. 'a Wo,.tuj..! n Wlr id, J : .; Wm.h, A H Vaut, J.. . Wilv !:, M., WM, ,, J. :! Whlkt r, Jr. V : , Win.;.; l.'.l.. V;i',:. :., J. , i' I, w, Ve!N, M. :. . Wt; . :i I'.: V;1: .1 . Waller, WW.-. W 1, Ca Walii'ii, A i 'J Wells Mcl.a Me.W A:; il. Mi V McC..,k! J W M.Cii;:i, J 1'. .M. :., .Mr Mc"i , I.. :. Met!. w. e, li M Wiu 11 v, J ! .1 i, L : IV-r-'ons calliiif! ters, will please : .McCain, J.-n i for any of the u a y thev ai e a 'r t ' II. S.'t.BLi.U, If :Q) AO 1A i Bracker, Mrs AnnG Moore, James P ed to be estravarant. lar proposal, not er may offer, w here the frnnor(aimn r!lH IVfiist ITill tn rC'of ' o-f M VT I a"verviement is tiuucult or impracticable at ctr- lXCUbt 11111, tO XVinirStOn, 27 miles and hnd- ha'non.,toubsUtuteaninfVrior mod-of Once a Week. . I r to intermit nervice specified number ofdayi, wetki.or a m, arrive at Hamburg next day bv V2 m ac!jud?ita: 57hFmaichez h- Palestine and Jf m, Leae Natchez everv Fridnv ntfin arrive at Kingston same Iav lo e Leave Kingston every-Friday at ln m, uii1' aiuicfi uine aay by a p m. x iaf iu cAienu i0 liberty are invited 04 49. From Natchez, by CoU Si lie may propose to omit an cfRce that ia i ttije road, the rail war. or at a steam- mnns. tiemavpn ible, or inot on" the riitTt tlnni-timv ih A , . . . . ' UlfllU' taie an mr nor uiotle of upplr in uch e.. . If. ,.,. Til i 1 i r-- y t (U.-a.n.l 1. r j . i , j j J ' ' "'- urriiinure na arrifki, pro vided no more n:onm? lime ix ssLeil. nr! it ;. i..;r.... .1.... no mail connexion or other publie accommodation it pre jndiAed. He mar .a It tjr more ronninff time to th iri upct-ineu DumiM-r of tJavt. at certain on. ;f V oodville. ana T..-imt-oI ti;ii t CP. I i turer-,tr.t c. .k. . i " :. ProP- JlL.. II 4 II . I . . t ranciSVllIe, 6 1 miles and had- thi-l t;., "f ?roaMred lB competition with a regular bid, not veeiv. I the above ftlteration.iiinrrli..r..., :n e .. . . , . . I; . ....... vl ucriuiiuiiea ieae xNatcnez everv Atoneliv i I n. ThhoniHh.i.ni, .i.L...i.; u : i i T-i i J J 9 'i tuura- , - .ui ui i rJr lo a pronodji uay, una maav at 6 n m nrr;, C, "roi, e,tne service, the vearlr .r ,.e LidJer ' 1 u residence, ana tne name ol each member of the m. I ri, where a company offert, ihr.uhl fx; di.tmri v .ti,f f crnvevance. if Liirher ,,.. ihn Burrow, John Barr, Iluh A BaldwinW C Blythe, A T Barrow, ihos Brittle, Geo V Blake, W F Brown, Lucy L ieak, Absalom Jos, John 31 Bra w ley, UN Beck, Wm $c John lynum, A W Banagan fc Kelly liynum,Ohuston iowman, J Barker, John D Bentley, John Jaum, John Blodtret, V D Braw ley, Sam M Bra w ley, Sam J Blodiret, Wm i Mosby, Joseph Manslkhl.Mrs K I JMartm, Dr Miller James II cc J or Calvin C hears. 3Ia-on, Thos S Nail, A L Norment, Mrs Jane Neal, HevM II Nunnally, James B Old, c w Owens, T W Orr, Nathan II Oli pliant, Ham II Overst reet, Jese Penn $c Johnson Purvear, Alfred Pond; Jas W Perkins, Peter . Patterson, Matthew Pyron, Azra . Purify, Uev A N l'ickin?, John F I ? ) Buchanan, J W L 2 Pence, Isaac Cummincrs, Levi Lockran, J B Cannon, A O Cock, Joseph Cottrell Benjamin Peterson, M B Perry, James S Pugh, TW. Pew, Thos- ; Quig-le, Wm C Coopjer, Richard A Byan, William Cock, Thomas Boss, Charles 11 Cole.WmT V Robertson; Mrs II W Craig Miss Adeline V Ragsdale, II A Craddock, John N Rice, Larcin r rancisvuie next days by 12 T p. T" ... r,'?S: e. Monday, U--i-ku,. Z-' . j . a " 1 P . arrive at f-Uj.inf m.j u ., . ,,rA f bid . bt It 14 t mle of crmverance. ifa hiiliep s- tended. .. .; , ... , . ... Natchez next days by 7 r m J liids lor semi-weekly service (. , ...... in i- u i i , it uc rp isn 't from tbe advertisemrni itinni..i... j u .1 biddee. w I'""" "J ,ue !. Wfi t T T i Seme IQvitcd- ih"' CVe W pro to carry Toiei a, Centrevule, Mount PleLant, Kel- SrTW ZV&XStS than horic back he iiouH state m tern iath bid Chandler, Mrs M W Craw ford, John Clark, Tyree C Cockran, Joshua B Chandler, Robert Combs, Henry S Douglass, H L Denty. John It Dunbar, George Reynolds, Jesse Read, John N Rivers,' Dr . Uodevfe F. . Robinson; J II,.,", Ribinson, Lafayette Ross, James 31 'Reit, David M Robertson, W C Degraftenhead, Mrs'Ragan, William M A. Rundage", Daniel Daniel, Georgo Smith, Miss Aim Davis, Thomas Stockton, Mrs II Dancer, Frances W Smith, ll (I'M 11 , rRIIli public fire r i etfully " li' r iik: witli a cnll, aii i j:nr nr to relieve lliem iu f tih nt fl; ir n. projioMi to lieat fill euJniH i.ih iiC ti and Caneer of lonir .'tioii'iii:'. Scr lCr)ilelas, St i fi J i tit .-, .Mill; . Cronp, IMlthisir, Dv.-pej'.-ia, S. aM feci ions 'arising from i!i.,"ii Spleen, Rlicuiualie til)' .lion.-', li l'ils and (iia(d. A1m, I . i u , ! P i! ; he can ?vt' )i- pati'-nt u it Liu t n .it; fir.t attack. My charges in all ca-. 1 wh. ll a perfect cure i t -III e( il; i!i- : is pian.iin ehargo will !. ina I '. Jles.tlencn .14 fnik-i 1-u-t i f IMertant, near the road 1 '.i Spt irig. PostOince, North Mount a M All letters must 1; po- t pnid to in- ;ii'' di.;mp.si:v i. i;iLni;i r July :t, isir.. i.i" CERTlFjCATES. Ths is to certify that I w; ai:!; ; Drojsy tf the Cellular incni!'ra:i', ; ; i.lied to Dr. D. P. Gilbert, near N-.rt!! . I'leasant, and he peill-tly eurc l i:;t i' day.s. I would recoui!hen;l hi;' 1 ' 1 -;. ' iiicted. , rnnoDoin: bos'iavk a- Fa!;ruary 17, LS1G. TUU U to certify that my vi' Ilollandworth wan" allli 1 ui'a ;1 Cancer for six years;, and after tr remedies lo lmeiTi ct. I r.ni.linl t G'ilbertJiear North' Mt. I'i-. cured her" in about .se ven u alio recom'mend him to the all'' - " JOHN HOLLANIW Februaiy 17, ISiG. ill! Th'i in to certify lliut I ai M'-vcn J ' with I'lcuriiv in my riht t-'h an-l " :i" by Dr, V. V'. iiiiMim, in ar Nerin Mt ant, in -one. hour of tho.-e hrtrp l''l-: -y liis lUie-Uinatie Dropf; nnl I h; peron alllieted iili I'ieiui.-j or h'-' 't to call on him. and get them reen'O '1-; Iielite it is the best rem d ctcr !;' ' alllieted Public. ll. MO.N 1 March 2ii, IS 10. :;V. -strays or Marshall ar fRlAKI'LV up by Henry lVa, ,s terford, ontr Ch'-.-nut yrt . . nmne and tail, support d t lx: :J .v , snrinr. Appraised to J ini t-i ' - 1 V. ti. Mt GALGHLl. i- , AptU 3. ISW.