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Ltive Lewiaville every Thursday nt 1 p ni, arrive
J at Napoleon i axt day fry 6 p m
i 3342 From Delaware by Harding's Store, Moore'i
Hill, Churchillsville and Wilmington to Aurora, 22
mil< a an.l back once a week
Leave Delaware every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive
at Aurora aame day by 12 m
Leave Aurora 'I horaday at 1 p in, arrive at Del
aware same day by 8 p in
Proposuli to end route at Wilmington, 2 miles
less distance, will be conaidere J.
3843 From Ltwrenceburg by Tannrr's Creek
York Kidge and Alton to Suninan, 23 mileaand ba. k
once a week
Leave Ijtwrenoeburg every Saturday at 1 p m,
arrive at Sunman aame day by 8 p m
Leave Sunman every Saturday it 5 a m, arrive at
Lswrenceburg aame day by 12 m
3844 From Lawrenceburg to Petersburg, Ky.,
2 miles and back once a week
Leave Lawrenceburg every Tuesday at 1 p m,ar
rive at Petersburg same day by 8 p m
Leave Petersburg every Tuesday, at 3 p m, arrive
at Lawrenceburg same day at 4 p ru
3845 From Lawrenceburg by Vevay, MoorfielJ.
Home, Madison, South Hanover, Charleston and
Utica to Jeffersonville, 100 miles and back three
times a week its two horse coaches : to run one trij
via Wilmington, Hartford, Murray Mdls, AllenavilW
and Jacksonville ; and one trip via Aurora, Ruing
Sum and Querns Grove ; and one trip via Aurora
Kiting Sun, Grant's Creek, Patriot and New York
to Vevay i one trip from South Hanover by Lex
ington, and two trips by Saluda, New Washingtor
and Hibernia to Charleston
Leave Lawrenceburg every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 1 p m, a rive at Madison i ext dayi
by 6 p m
Leave Madison every Tuesday,Thursday and Sit
urday at 6 a nt, arrive at Jefleraonville next days by
12 n>
Leave JeflersonvJIe every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 1 p tn, arrive at Madison next days by
6pm
Leave Madison every Monday, Wednea 'ay am
Friday at 6 a m, arrive at Lawrtnceburg next day
by 12 m
Proposals for two additional weekly trips fron
Lawrenceburg to Wilmington, 6 miles, are in
vited.
3846 Prom Kising Sun by Hartford, Guionvillc
Dillborough and Hart's Mills to Versailles, 33 milei
and back once a week
Leave Rising Sun every Saturdiy at 7 a m, arrivs
at Versailles same day by 6 p m
Leave Versailles every Friday at 7 a m, arrive a
son k., ? n _
n "j ? f
3847 From Vevay by Jacksonville, Slawson
Pleasant, Crossplains and Versailles to Napoleon, 4t
miles and back twice a week in two horse coaches
Leave Vevay every Tuesday and Saturday at 3
a m, arrive at Napoleon same days by 3 p in
l.eave Napoleon every Sunday and Wednesday
tl 9 am, arrive at Vevay same days by 9 p m
Proposals to carry on horse will be considered.
3848 From Madiaon by Kamsay's Mills and Lan
caster to Paris, 19 miles and back once a week
Leave Madison every Thursday at 12 m, arr.ve at
Paris same day by 6 p m
Leave Paris evety Thurs'ay at 5 a m, arrive al
Madison same day by 11am
3849 From Madison by Canaan, Buchanan's Station,
Versailles Sunmans and Robinsons to II rookville,61
miles and back once a week
Leave Madison every Wednesday at 12 m, arrive
at Brookville next day by 8 p m
Leave Brookville every Friday at 4 a m, arrive at
Madison next days by 12 m
3850 From Madison by Bryansville, New Marion
and Otter Village to Napoleon, 35 miles an 1 back
once a week
Leave Mad son every Monday at 6 a m, arrive at
Napoleon same dav bv 6 d m
?v Leave Napoleon every Tuesday at 6 a m, arrive
at Madison same days by 6 p m
3851 From Vernon by Zena?, West Port, Cobbsfork,
Greensburg, Williamstown, Milroy and Moscow
to Rushville, 59 miles an i back once a week ;
to return' by Cobb stork and West Port instead ot
Zenas
Leave Vernon every Tuesday at 9 a m, arrive at
Itushvi lie next day by 11 a m
Leave Rushville every Wednesday at 1 p m, arrive
at Vernon next day by 6pm
3852 From Vernon by Elm Grove, Paris and
Hindsville to Lexington, 26 miles and back once a
week
Leave Vernon every Friday at p a m, arrive at
Lexington same day by 4 p m
Leave Lexington every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive
at Vernon same day by 3 p m
3853 From Vienna by Stateford to Rockford, 26
miles and back once a we> k
Leave Vienna every Thursday at 9 a m, arrive at
Rockford tame day by 6 p m
Leave RocVford every Friday at 6 am, arrive at
Vienna same day by 3 p m
3854 From Lexington by New' Fraokford to
Stateford, 14 miles and back once a week
Leave Lexington every Saturday at 12 m. arrive
at Stateford same day by 5 p m
Leave Stateford every Saturday at 6 am, arrive
at Lexington same day by 11am
3855 From Charleston by Pine Lick, Vienna,
Little York and Sage's Ferry to Brownstown, 42
miles and back once a week
Leave Charleston fevery Wednesday at 12 m,
arrive at Brownstown next day by 3 p in
Le, ve Brownstown every Thursday at 1pm, arrive
at Charleston next day by 4 p m
3856 From Charleston by Blue Lick, Chesnut
Hill, Salem, Brownsville, Bono and Spring Milts to
Bedford, 60 miles and back once a week
Leave Charleston eveiy Friday at 1 p m, arrive
at Bedford next day by 6 p m
Leave Bedford every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive
at Charleston next day by 12 m
3857 From Bethlehem to New Washington, 7
miles and back once a week
1 eave Bethlehem every Wednesday and Saturday
at 9 a m, arrive at New Washington same days
by 11am
Leave New Washington every Wednesday and
Saturday at 12 noon, arrive at Bethlehem same days
by 12 p m
3858 From Louisville, Ky., by Jeffersonville, Ind.,
Hamburg, New Providence, Pekin, Salem and
Claysvdle to Orleans, 62 miles and back three times
a week in two horse coaches
Leave Louisville every Tuesday and Thursday
at 8 a m, arrive at Orleans saine days by 8 p m
Leave Orleans every Monday, Wednes lay and
Friday at 4 a hi, arrive at Louisville same days by
4pm
Proposals to carry on horse are invited
Proposals to carry in four horse coachtr ill bo
considered
3859 From Louisville, Ky , by Portland, New
Albany, la? Greenville, Palmyra, Fredt nck?b ,rg,
Hardinsburg, Paoli, Columbiaville, Mount Pleasuit,
Washington, Berryvdle and SnyderavJle to Vincennea,
108 miles and back six times a week in Tour
horse coaches
Leave Louisville every day except Sunday at 9
a m, arrive at Vincennes next days by 5 p m
Leave Vmcennes every day except Sunday at 9
a m, arrive at Louisville next day s by 5 p m
Proposals to carry at a speed of 5 miles an h.iur
will be considered
Proposals for tri-weekly service are invited
Vinin A IK,nw I . :il? <-i ?.
"J u...v^t..n:| U"IJ"
don and Leavenworth, i# Fredonia, 38 md. a and
back, three timet a week, in two horse coaches
Leave new Albany every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, at 10 a m, arrive at Fredonia same days
by 9 p m.
Leave Fredonia every Tuesday, Thursd ?y and
Saturday, at 5 a m, arrive at New Albany same days
by 4 p m.
3881 From New Albany by Georgetown, New
Salisbury, Uarren, Mllltown, Proctorsville, Mount
Prospect, Carraway, Jasper, Delectable Hdl and
Petersburg, to i'rincetou, 111 mdes and back, once
a week.
Leave New Albany every Friday at 1 p in, arrive
at Princeton every Monday at 3 p m.
Leave Princeton every Tuesday at 12 m, arrive
at New Albany eveiy Friday by 11am.
3862 Prom Brandenburg, Ky- by Manckport, la.
Cotydon and Davidson, to Fredericksburg, 37
miles and back, twice a week, in two post horse
coaches
Leave Brandenburg every Monday and Thursday
at 4 a m, arrive at Fredericksburg same day by
3pm
Leave Fredericksburg every Tuesday and Friday
at 2 p m, arrive at Brandenburg next days by
12 m
Proposals to go oned-y and return the neat ; alas
to carry on horse will be considered. |
Sa. - - '
386d Prom Manckport by Laconia, Elizabeth,
Onrydon, Greenville and Martinaburg, to Salem,
i 66 milea end beck, once a week
Leave M*nckport every Tueaday at 6 a m, arrive
i el Salem next d. y by 4 p m
I Leave Salem every Thuraday at 6 e m, arrive at
Manckport next day by 4 p nt
i 3664 From Salem by Walnut Kidge, Millpoit,
V Ionia, Brownktowii, Rockf>rd and Keddington, to
Scipio, 47 milea and back, three timea a week
Leave Salem every Tueaday, Thuiaday and 8at
turday, at 5 a in, arrive at Scipio tame day by 7
p m
, Leave Scipio every Monday, Wedneaday and
Friday, at 5 a m, arrive at Salem aame daya by 7
p m
, Propoa da to end route at Columbua | alao to carry
iu two horae coachea will be conaidered. Propot
?als for twice a week aervice only are invited.
3S65 From Bedford by Leeaville and Woodville,
, to Brownatown, 29 mdea and back, once a week
Leave Bedford every Wedn aday at H a m, arrive |
ii urownstown unc day by 6 p m
Leave Brownstown every Thursday at 6 a iu, ar
rive at Bedford mime day at 5 p m
3866 From Bedford by Frazier's Store, Shortsville
and Hopper'* cove, to Blootufield, 36 mile* and
I bick, once a week
i Leave Bedford every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive
i at Bio imtield same day by 6 p m
Leave B oomKeld tverv Friday at 6 a in, arrive
at Bedford same day by 6 p m
, 3667 From Leeavdle by N*shv|lle to Morgant
town, 46 mile* and back, once a week
Leave Letsville every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive
i at Morgantown next day by 11 a m
Leave Morgantown every Friday at 12 m, arrive
r at Leesville next day by 5 p in
i 3868 From Lees ville by Leather wood and Fairfax
to Ma ysville, 17 milca and back, once a week.
Leave Leesville every Saturday at 6 a in, arrive
r at Marytvdle same day by 12 m
Leave Marysville every Saturday at 1 pm, arrive
i at Leesville same day by 7 p m
I 3869 From Columbus by Nashville, Bloomington,
Fllitsville, Spencer, Bowling Green and Chris1
ty'a Prairie, to Terre Haute, 94 miles and back,
* three times a week in two horse coaches
Leave Columbus every Monday, Wednesday afttl
i Friday, at 6 a m, arrive at Terre llaule next days by
* o p m
Leave Terre Haute every Monday, Wednesday
, and Friday, at 5 a m, arrive at Columbus next days
* by 5 p m
Proposals for twice a week service, snd to carry
t on horse are invite 1 ; also proposals to commence
the reute at Hlocmington, 37 milea, less distance,
t 3870 From HI >?iunigt >u by Ellitsville, Mount
Tabor, Goaport, Mill Grove snd Clover Dale, to
Putnarmville, 36 mih sand back, three limes a week
I in two horse coaches
Leave Bloomington every Tuesday, Thursday
> and Saturday, at 5 a m, arrive at Putnamsville same
day i by 1 p m
Leave Green Castle every Wednesday, Friday
and Sunday, at 9 a m, arrive at Bloomington same
days by 5 p m
Proposals to carry on horse once a week are invited.
I 3871 From Blooming on to Stamford, Bloomlield,
FairpLy, Linton and New I.ebanoi, to Merom, 65
t miles and back, once a werk
Leave Bloom ngtoi every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive
4t Merom next day by 6 p m
Leave Merom every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive at
Bloomington next day by 6 p m
3872 From Gosport by Wadesville and Fair
Grove to Stdcsville, 24 miles and back, once a
week
Leave Gosport every Friday a 9 a in, arrive at
Stilesville same day by 5 p in
Leave Stilesville every Saturday at 9 a m, arrivr
at Gosport same day by 5 p m
3873 I'rom Martinsville by Gosport, Spencer,
Anderton, Hloomfield, Stinkard's Mills, and Owl
Prairie, to Washington, 78 miles and back, i nee a
week
Leave Martinsville every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive
at Washington next day by 6 p m
Leave Washington every Thursday at 6 a ni, ar
ivc > Maniniviiie next u?y by b p in
3874 Froi i Bloomfield by I'oint Commerce,
Hawsertown, Bowling ureen and Peyton Creek, to
Manhattan, 42 tnilea and back, once a week
Leave Bloomfield every Friday at 4 a m, arrive
at Manhattan same day by 8 p in
Leave Muihattan every Thursday at 4 a m, arrive
at Bloomfield same day by 8 p m
3875 From Washington by Kirk's Mills, Portersville,
Jasper and Jomsjoro', to Kuckport, 65 miles
and back, once a week
Leave Washington every Friday at 6 a m, arrive
at Rockport next day by 12 m
Leave Rockpoit every Saturday at 1 p m, arrive
at Washington next day by 4 p m
3876 From Psoli by Livonia, Tremont, Salem,
Canton, New Philadelphia and Vienna, to Lexington
49 milea and back, once a week
Leave Paoli every Monday at 7 am, arrive at
Lexington next day by 10 a m
Leave Lexington evrry Tuesday at 2 p m, arrive
at Paoli next day by 5 p m
3877 From Lvansville by N'wburg, Booneville,
Midway, Hockport, Troy, Rome and Sagford, to
t-reaoma, iuo mile* awl back, twice a we.-k ,
Leave Kvansviile every Tuesday and Saturday at '
6 am, arrive at Fredonia every Thursday and Mon- a
day by 4 p m
Leave Fredonia every Tuesday and Saturday at
6 am, arrive at Kvansviile every Thursday and
Monday by 4 p ni a
3878 From Kvansviile by Sandersville, Princetor,
Pa'oka and Uicksburg, to Vincennes, 53 mdea
and back, three times a week, in four horse coaches
Leave Kvansviile every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, at 4 a m, arrive at Vincennes same days
by 7 p m
Leave Vincenues ev, ry Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, at 4 a m, arrive at Kvansviile same days by .
7 P ni
Proposals to carry in two Ijorse coaches will be
considered.
3879 From Kvansviile by Verona to Henderson,
Ky. 16 miles and back, three times a week
Leave Kvansviile Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sa
turdays at 7 a m, arrive at Henderson same days .
by 12 m ^
Leave Henderson same days at 1 [> m, arrive at
Kvansviile same days by 6 p in
3880 From Kvansviile by lilairsville to New
Harmony, 25 miles and back, once a week
Leave Kvansviile every Friday at 8 am, anive
at New Harmony same day by 4 p in
Leave New Harmony every Saturday at 8 a m,
arrive at Kvansviile same day by 4 p m
3881 From Kvansviile by West Franklin to
Mount Vernon, 25 miles and back, once a week
Leave Evansville every Thursday at 8 a in, ar- 1
rive at Mount Vernon lime day by 4 p m (l
Leave Mount Vernon eVery Friday at 8 a in, o|
arrive at Evansville same day by 4 p m
388'2 Fiom Princeton by Owensville, Cyntliiana, al
Ntw llsrmony, Mount Vernon and Locust Port,
Ky. to Morganfield, 67 miles and back, twice a |
week in two horse coachra, between Princeton
and Mount Vernon, 45 miles, and once a week ct
the remainder of the route on horse L
Leave Princeton every Tuesday and Saturday st at
4 am, arrive at Mount Vernon same days by t\
6pm T
Leave Mount Vernon every Monday and Friday
at 4 a m, arrive at Princeton same days by 6pm 3
Leave Mount Vernon every V\ ednesday at 7 h;
a m, arrive at Morfpuifield same day by 5 p m
Leave Morgmfield every Thursday at 7 a m, ar- al
rive at Mount Vernon samedar by b p in
rroposai* lor tri-weeitiy two horse couch service
between Princeton and Mount Vernon Mill be !'
j considered. "
3883 From VincCnnes by Wait Union, Carlisle,
Merom, Furmuns Creek, Piairia Creek hd I Prairie- c'
ton, to Trrre H^uie, 66 miles and back, three
times a week in lour horse cosches
Leave Vine nnes every Mondsy, Wednesday
and Friday at 3 am, arrive at Terre Haute same n
days by 10 p m
Leave Terra Unite every Tuesday, Thursday ,s
and Saturday at 3 a m, arrive at Vinceiines same
days by 10 p in '
Proposals lor two hor-e coach us will be considered.
al
3884 From Vmcenncs by Wilson's Creek, Pe- ?
trraburg, Winalow and Lyuville, to Booneville, ^
57 miles and back, once a week
Leave Vinceiines every Thursday at 4 a m, ar- (j
rive at Uoonville next day by 12 m j.
Leave Ho inville every F.iday all p m, arrive
at Viucennes next day by 10 p in di
3886 From Vinceiines by . Bruce villa, Maris J
Creek, Kd ward port, Black Creek, Linton, Fairplay,
Point Commerce and Fredom, to Spencer, 73 mih's A
and Lack, once a week
Leave Vincennea every Saturda> at 1 p ai, arrive
at Spencer next clay bv 12 p m
Leave Spencer every Friday at 3 a m, arrive at
Viin'ennea nrxt day by 12 m
3886 From Vincennea by Knoxvitle to Mt. Carmet,
111. 25 milea and back, once a week
Leave Vincennea every Friday at 9 a m, arrive
at Mt.Carmel every Saturday at 6 a m
Leave Mt. C*rmel every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive
at Vincennea aame day by 3 p m
3887 From Merota by Sugar Ku n and Curryaville
to Lrwia, 24 milea and Lack, once a week
Leave Merom every Friday at 8 am, arrive at
Lewi* aame day b; 1pm
L ave Lewia every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive at
Merom aame day by 3 p tu
3888 From Bowling Green by Da vision, Lewia,
and Siloa to Carliale, 41 milea aud back, once a
week
Ltave Bowling Green every Friday at 6 am,
arrive at Carliale next day by 8 p ni
L *ave Carliale every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive
at Bowliug Green next day by 8 p m
3889 From 1'ulnaiiiviile by Green Caatle, Samurlahurg,
Farkeraburg, Crawfordavil e, Oak Grove
and Wea, to Lafayette, 59 milea and back, three
timea a week in two horae coachea
Leave Puluamville every Tuea.lay, Thuraday
and Saturday at 2 p in, arrive at Lafayette n.xt
daya by 5 p in
L'-ave Lafayette every Tueaday, Thursday and
Saiu day at 8 a m, arrive at Fuinaiiivule next daya
by 8 a in
Proposal* to carry ouce a week on horae to
Ciaafordwille; also on the whole route, are invited;
also separate propoaala for tri weekly stage service
Irom Crawfordaville to Lafayette.
joyu r roui ureencadie oy Uainbridge, New
Maysville an 1 North Salem to Jamestown, 3i miles
and back, once a week
Leave Green Castle every Friday at 6 am, arrive
at Jamestown sum : day by < p m
Leave Greencaslle every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive
ut Pameslown same day by 5 p m
3391 From Terre Haute by Uoseville, Uockvilte,
Brum's Cross lioads and Wareland to Craw lords
vdle, 3-1 miles an 1 back, twice a week
Leave Terre Haute every Monday and Friday
at 3 a in, arrive at Crawfordsville same days by
9 |? m
Leave Crawfordsville every Tuesday and Saturday
at 3 a m, arrive at Terre Haute same days
by 9 a m
Proposals for tri-weekly service in two horse
couches will be considered.
38yj From Terre Haute by Otter Creek, Clinton,
Highland, Newport, Kugene, Perryville, Covington,
Portland, Itub Hoy, Williamrport, Athica,
Shawnee, Pra rie and West Point to Laf.yelte,
86 m les and back, three times a week in two
horse coaches
Leave I'erre Ilau'e every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 6 a m, arrive at Lalaye.te next
days by 1 1 in
Leave Lafayette every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 6 a m, arrive at Terra Haute next days
by 12 m
Proposals for four horse post coach service will
be cousidrred.
3893 From Terre Haute by New Market, Flora,
and Paris, to Ono, 28 miles and back once a week.
Leave I erre tiauie every I-inlay aw a ni, arrive
at Olio same day by 5 p m
Leave Ono every Saturday at 6 a ni, arrive at
Terre Haute same day by 4 p in
3894 From Terre Haute by ltiley, Davislon,
Scaffold, Prairie, Point Commerce, Hobbieville, and
Springville, to Marysville, 79 miles and back once
a week.
Leave Terre Haute every Saturday at 6 am, arrive
at Mary-ville next day by 6 p m
Leave Marysville every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive
at Terre Haute next day by 6 p in
3893 From Kockville by Lusks Mills and Wallace
to llillsboru', 33 mil s and back, once a week
Leave K<>ckville every Friday at 6 a m, arrive at
Hillsboro' same d.iy by 6pm
Leave Hillsboro' every 1'hursday at 6 a m, arrive
at Kockville same day by 6 p m
3896 From Kockville by Annapolis, De ta, Uurton,
Westpurt, and lieadleys Mills, to Perryville,
29 miles and back, once a week
Leave Kockville every Friday at 6 a m, arrive at
Perryville same day by 6 p m
Leave Perryville every Saturday at 6 a in, arrive
at Kockville same day by 6 p m
3897 From Montezuma by Annapolis, Hus ellville,
Parkersburg, Ladoga, and Jamestown, to
Lebanon, 65 miles and back, once a week
Leave Montezuma every Monday at 6 a in, arrive
at Lebanon next day by 3 p m
Leave Lebanon every Wednesday at 6 a in, arrive
at Montezuma next day by 5 p m
3898 From Crawfordsv lie by Pleasant Hill, Newion,
Rob Roy and Attica, to Williamsport, 30 miles
tad back, three times a week in two-horse coaches
Leave Crawfordsville every Monday, Wednesday,
tnd Friday, at 9 a m, arrive at Williamsport same
Jays by 4 p m
Leave William-port every Tuesday, Thursday,
ind Saturday, at 9 a in, arrive at Crawfordsville
laine days by 4 p in
Proposals to carry twice a week on hors* are intiled
3899 From Crawfordsville by Ladoga, and North
Jaleni, to New Maysville, 24 miles add back, once
l week
Leave Crawfordsville every Tuesday at 8 a m, arive
at New Maysville same day by 6 p m
Leave New Maysville every Wednesday at 6 a m.
irrive at Crawfordsville same day by 4 p in
3900 From Crawfordsville by Darlington, Thornown,
and Iteesca Mills, to Kirk's Cress Hoai'a, 36
mles anil buck, once h week
Leave Crawfordsville every Thursday at 5 a m,
irrive at Kirk's Cross Koads same day by 7 p m
Leave Krk's Cross Koads every Friday at 5 a m,
irrivo at Crawfordsville same day by 7 p in
3901 From Williamsport by West Lebanon and
taliimore, to Perryville, 22 miles and back once a
veek
L'ave Will amsport every Friday at 6 a m, arrive
it Perryville same day by 2 p m
Leave Perryville every Thursday at 8 a m, arrive
it wil iamsport same day hy 5 p m
3902 From Williamsport by Independence and
laysville, to West Point, 15 miles and back, once
, week
Leave Williamsport every Thursday at 7 a m
rrive *t Lalayette same day by 12 m
Leave Lafayette every Thursday at 1 p m, arrive
t Will amsport same dsy by 6 p m
39()J From Willi?msport by Pine Creek, to Rainesillr-,
12 miles and back, once a week
Leave Williamsport every Saturday at 8 a m, ar.e
at Itaincsville same day by 19 m
Leave Kainesville every Satdrday at 1 pm, arive
at Williamsport same d?v by 5 p m
3904. From Lafayette, hy Poolsville, Rainesville,
ml Parish Grove, to Iroquois, 50 miles and back
nee a week.
Leave Lafayette every Thursday at 0 a in, arrive
t Iroquois next day by 11 a ni.
Keave Iroquois every rriaay ai i p m, arrive ai
afayette next day by 6 p m.
3905. From Lalayotle, by Buttle (Jround, Ameri19,
Delphi, Pittsburg, Tiptonspoit, New Franklin,
ookport, and Amsterdam, to Loguiisport, 46 miles
ad bark three times a week in two horse coaches;
vo of the trips to run by Delphi, Oarrollton, and
iptonsport, and the other by Pittsburg.
Leave Lafayette every Tuesday, Thursday, and
aturday, at 5 a m, arrive at Logansport same days
) 5 p m. i
L.eave Logansport every Monday, Wednesday,
iH t'riHnv ill 5 ii m arrive at I.afavette same davs
y 5 p n?.
Proposals to carry on horse (hiring canal naviga011
will be considered. Proposals to carry in canal
juts will also be considered.
390tJ. From Lafayette, by Tippecanoe, to Monti- i
silo, 25 miles and back once a week.
Leave Lafayette every'Tuesday at 8 a ui, arrive at
lonticcllo same day by 5 p m.
Leave Monticello every Wednesday at 8 a m, arve
at Lafayette same day at 5 p m.
3907. From Monroe, by Concord and Mount Pleaint,
to West Point, 17 miles and back once a week.
Leave Monroe every Tuesday at 0 a m, arrive at
/est Point same day by 11 a ni.
Leave West Point every Tuesday at 12 ni, arrive
I Monroe same day by 5 p m.
3908. From Kirk's Cross Roads, by Frankfort,
.ossville, and Prince William, to Delphi, 34 miles
nd back three times a week in two horse coaches.
Leave Kirk's Cross Roads every Tuesday, Thursay,
and Saturday at 0 a m, arrive at Delphi same
ays by 5 p m.
Leave Delphi every Monday, Wednesday, and Friay
at 9 a m, arrive at Kirk's Cross Roads same
ays by 5 p ni.
Proposals to curry on horse will bo considered,
ilao tor twice a week service.
3909. From Kirk's Cross Roads, bj Boxley and
Cicero, to Straw town, 35 mile* end beck once e week.
Leeve Kirk's Croat Roads every Thursday at 7 e
tu, arrive at Strawlown same day by 5 i> in.
Leave Straw town every Friday at 6 I in, arrive
et Kirk's ('ross Roads same day by 5 p in.
3'JIO. From Deiuhi, by Pittsburg and Mount Jefferson,
to Monlicello, 14 miles and back once a week.
Leave Delphi every Wednesday at 6 a m, arrive
et Monticello same day by 111 a m.
Leave Moulicello every Wednesday at 13 noon,
arrive at Frankfort same day by 4 p m.
3911 From Pendhton by Poinsett, Noblcsville,
Wet field and Norlhftcldtu Lebanon, 40 miles and
b >ck, once a wet k
Leave Pendletou every Tuesday at 5 a m, arrive
et Lebanon same day by 6 p hi
Leave Lebanon t very Monday et 5 a m, arrive
at Pendleton same day by 6 p m
3912 Prom Straw town by Pipe Creek, Alexandria,
Ar and Centre to Marion, 44 miles end back,
once a wtek
Leave Strawlown every Tuesday at 4 a m, arrive
at Manun same day by 7 p m
Leave Marion every Wedneaday at 4 a in, arrive
at Strawlown tame day by 7 p m
3913 Fralll Lmrunannrt Ku I l??,n I
? r ?- - j """"'h1 ?' 4
Wabaati, l.agro, Huntington, I'ort Million and .
Abode to F?rt Wayne, 78 miles and back, three
t.mcs a week in canal boats during the aeaaon of (
navigation, and on bona the ba'ance of the
year ,
tiiHEUI'Lfc rOB H IRSK ISBVICB.
Leave Logansport every Monday, Wednt-s lay, |
and Friday at 5 a m, arrive at Fort Wayne neat (
days by 6 p m
Leave Fort Wayne e\ery Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 5 a m, arrive at Loganaport neat dtys
by 6 p m
SCHIIiULB roa C4BSL ISBVit'K. |
Leave Logansp irt every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 6 p m arrive at Fort Wayue neat j
days by 6 p in
Leave Fort Wayne every Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday at 4 am, arrive at I. igansport next
days by 4 a m (
Proposals for twice a week service, and on horse
throughout the year will be ronsi lered ,
3914 From Loirausnort bv A ma'ordain. lliirnalt'a
Creek, Mnnticrllo, Weat Bedford, Rvnsselaer and
Brook I* lr?qoois, 81 miles and back, once a week
Leave Logansport every Saturday at 6 a m, ar- |
rive at Iroquisnext day by 6 a m
Leave Iroquois every Monday at 6 a m, arrive ,
at 1.oganaport next day by 6 p hi
3915 From Lnganspoi-t by Metea, Rochester, >
Sidney, Plymouth, Whi'e Hall, South Uend and
liertrand, to Niles, 77 miles and back, three times ,
a week in two horse coaches
Leave Logmsport every Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday at 1 p in, arrive at Niles next days by
10 p ID j
Leave Niles every Tuesday, Thursday and Sa
turday at 3 a m, arrive at Loga.vsport next days by
12 m
3918 From Rochester by Wesley and Palestine,
Warsaw, Leesburg, Milf'ord and Jackson to Goshen,
56 miles and back, once a week &
L ave Rochester every Wednesday at 6 a in, arrive
at Warsaw next day by 12 noon' ,
Leave Warsaw every Thursday at 1 p m, arrive
at Rochester next day by 6 p m ^
3917 From Rochester by I'errysb irg and Mexico
to Peru, 24 mdesand back, once a week a
Leave Rochester every Wedneslay at 9 a m,
arrive at Peru same day by 6pm
Leave Peru every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive at
Rochester same day by 3 p m
3918 From Rochester by Winnainec and Whit*
Post to Newton, c. h. 40 miles and back, once a
week
Leave Rochester every Friday at 6 a m, arrive at
Newton c. h- same day by 6 p m
Leave Newton c. h. every Saturday at 6 a m, ar- (
rive at Rochester sam - day by 6 p in I
3919 From Wesley by Lakcton to North Man- a
cheater, 17 miles and back, once a week ?
Leave Wesley every Thursday at bam, arrive t
at North Manchester same day by 12 uoou
Leave {"forth Manchester <. very Thursday at 1 p '
m, arrive at Wesley same day by 6 p m
3920 From Plymouth by Carmel to l.apurtec.
b. 30 milas and back, once a week a
Leave Plymouth every Tuesday and Saturday at
6 am, arrive at Laportec. h. same days by 5 p m
Leave l.aporte every Wednesday and Sun lay at
6 am, arrive at Plymouth same days by 5 p m
Proposals to carry in two horse coaches three
times a week will be considered.
3921 From Laportr c h by lloorvilLge, Valparaiso,
Deep Itiver, l.ake c. h. Kudor, Crete, Chels
s and Giangerlo Juiet, 87 miles and back,once 0
a week
Leave Laporte every Wednesday at 4 am, ar- a
rive at Juhe,t next day by 5pm
Leave Juliet evt ry Friday at 6 a m, arrive at Laporte
next day by 6 p m
Proposals tocarry in two horse wagons twice a
week will be considered.
3922 From City West, by Liverpool, Lake c. h.
Cedar Lake, We->t Creek and Lorain to Hull Bonus
Grove, 56 miles and back, once a week
Leave City Wert tvery Thursdiy at 6 a m, arrive '
at Dull Bonus Grovo next d<y by 12 m
Leave Hull Bonus Grove eveiy Friday at 1 p in,
arrive at City West next day by 6pm
3923 From Goshen by Middieburt; to While Pigeon,
Mich., 21 iinles and bark, once a week
Leave Goshen rvtry Monday at 5 a in, arrive at
White Pigeon same day bv 11 a in
Leave White Pigeon every Me nday at 12 in, arrive
at Goshen same day by 6 p m ,
3924 From Peru to Pawpaw, Nic >nzo, Warsaw,
Oswego, and Syracuse, to-Good Hope, 64 miles and
back, once week 1
Leave Fern every Wednesday at 6 a m, arrive at
Good Hope next day by 6 p m
Leave Good Hope every Friday at 6 a m, arrive
at Faru next day by 6 p in
3925 From Lagro, by America,to Marion, 24 miles I1
and back, once a week
Leave Lagro every Wednea 'ay at 9 a m, arrive
at Marion aame day b) 5 p m
L"ave Marion every Thursday at 7 am, arrive at v"
Lagro fame day by 3 p in
3926 From Ligro by North Manchester, Liberty
Mills, WhitlryC. II to Warsaw, 42 miles and back, M
once a wi ek . c
Leave Lagro ivory Wednesday it 6 am, arrive f,
at Warsaw same day by 8 p m tl
Leave Warsaw every Thursday at 6 a in, arrive at p
Lagro same day by 8 p m
3927 From Lima by Brighton, Orland, 0rooked n
Creek, Hrorkville, Camdon, Mich., Rowland, Mo- li
renci, Che->tei fit Id, O , Lyoi.s, Metamora, ai,d Riga, ai
to Wh teford, 110 miles and -hack, twice a week.
Leave Lima every Saturday and Tuesday at a m, tl
arrive at Whiteford every Tuesday and Friday by
11 am
Leave Whittford every Tuesday and Friday at lr
12 m, arrive at Lima every Friday and Monday by
4pm Jlr
Proposals for once a week service are invited. ?
3928 From Lima by F.llisburg to Prairia River, J(',
Mich. 12 miles and back, once a week f.
Leave L ma every Wednesday at 8 a m, arrive,at
Prairie River same day by 12 m y
l ave I'r .irie River every VVi rlneaday at 1 p ni, ,,r
arrive ?l Lima same day by 5 p in
3929 From Huntington by Murray, Mluffton, I
Penn. New Mount Ploisan', Ore'field, Mount Hi I J
ly, and Hill Grove, O., to Greenville, 88 miles and di;
back, once u week cei
l.eaye Huntington every Monday at 6 a m, arrive 10
at Greenville every Wednesday by 6 p m ev
Leave Greenv.lle every Monday at 6 a m, arrive 1
at Huntington every Wednesday by b p m '7
3930 From Huntington by Warren, Montpeller, .
Blackford and Granville, to Munceytown, 71 miles ol
and back, once a week
L-ave Huntington every Friday at 6 a m, arrive -?
at Muncytown next day by 6 p m
Leave Muncytown evei v Wednesday at 6 a m,
arrive at Huntington next day by 6 p.rg . ln,
3931 From Fort Wayne to Rel Kiver, Wolfe p?
Lake, Noble c. h., Good Hope, B. nton, Goshen and <o
Middleport, to Klkhirt, 71 miles and back, twice a m
week G
Leave Fort Wayne Sunday* an 1 Wednesdays at
Gam, arrive at Elkhart Monday and Thursday by an
fipm tit
Leave F.lkbart Thursdays and Fridays at 6 am,
arrive at Fort Wayne Wednesdays ami Saturdays
by 6 p m
Proposals to carry in two horse wagons three
imes a week will be considers I.
39.52 From Fort Wayne by Perry, Swan, Kenddlville,
Marseilles, Mongoquinnong, Lima and ph
Scoit, to While Pigeon, Mich , 69 miles and back,
once a week
Leave Fort Wayne every Thursday at J a m, ar- |
rive at White Pigeon next day hy 7 p m to
Leave White Pigeon every Tuesday at 5 ? m, ar- th
rive at Fort Wayne next day by 7 p m
3933 Prom Fort Wayne to Pougbkeepeie, Deca
ur, Limber Iral, Bear Creek. Jayc. h. Van and
Jeerfield to Winchester, 68 milua and back, twice
i week
Leave Port Wayne every Turad-ty and Priday at
i a m, arrive Mt Wniolieater neat daya by 6 p m
Leave Winchea'.er eviry Sunday an I Wednesday
it 6 a in, arr.ve ut Fort W.yne neat d-?ya by 6
? m
I'ropoaal? to carry in t vo liorae wagons three
imrea wet k will be considered.
3934 From Fort Wayne by Butler, Auburn, De
(lib, Steubenville, Angola and Crooked Creek, to
{ranch c. h Mich., 63 mile* and back, once a week
Leave Foit Wayne every Monday at 6 a m, arr ve
,t Branch C h. neat dev bv A n m
Leave Branch c It. cv^ry Wednesday it 6 p in,
irrive at Fort Wayne next day by 6 p m
3935 From Fort Wayne to Wbiiley c. It., 25
nilea and b ick, once a week
Leave Fort Wayne every Friday at 9 a nt, arrive
it Wbitley c. It. aame day by 6 p m
Leave Wbitley c. h. every Saturday at 6 t m, arive
at Fort Wayne same day by 3 p m
3936 From Fort Wayne by Spencerville, New'ille
and Saint Joseph, to PuLski, 53 milts and
tack, once a week
Leave Fort Wayne every Friday at Cam, arrive
it Pulaski neat day by 12 in
Leave Pulaski every Saturday at 1 p m, arrive at
Kurt Wayne next day by H p in
Proposals lor supplying the following urti es in
itdiana at a sunt tu be named and subject to the
tond tiou of being limited to the net proceeds o
lie ofHses, are invited.
Azalia, Ind., to be supplied from Heddington, 4
tiles and back, twice a week.
oigeiuw ? ivxiis 10 De supplied Irom L)oor Vilage,
10 mile* and back, once a week
Camden to be aupplied from Delphi, 5 milei and
>ack, once a week
Cottage Grove to be supplied from Hibernia, 4
n lei arid back, once a week.
Crooked Lake to be aupplieil from Orland, 6
nilea and back, once a week.
Democrat l* be supplied from Burlington, f>
nilea and back, once a week.
Eagle Creek t> be suppbed from I.ake c. h., 8
nilei and back, once a week.
E-.se* to be supplied from Liverpool, 8 miles and
tack, once a week.
Krisbee's Mi.Is to be supplied from Newburg, 6
niles and back, once a week.
Gallatin to be supplied from Uosevdie, 6 miles and
) ick, o ice a week.
llawpatch to be supplied from Good Hope, 9
titles and back once a week.
Jennings to be supplied from Hrookville, 9 mi'es
titd back, once a week.
Kingsbury to be supplied from Laporte, C miles
md back, twice s week.
Millmoiiut to be supplied from Warren, 9 miles
ind back, once a week.
New Amsterdam to be supplied from Corydou, 13
niles and back, once a week.
Newaik to be supplied from Kvansville, 13 miles
titd back, once a week.
Onondaga to be supplied from Plymouth, 7 miles
ind back, twice a week.
bis Mile to be supplied from Vernon, 7 miles and
lark, once a week.
Trenton to be supplied from Mt. Pleisant, 9 miles
nd ba :k, once a week.
Waterloo to be supplied from Cambridge, 5 mil.-s
nd ba k, once a week.
[To be continued.]
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY.
Post Office Department, )
December 1841.
^EALED PROPOSALS will be received at the
^ Post OHiee Department until the '24th instant,
,t 3 o'clock P. M., for furnishing the following decription
of Stationery for the |ieriod of three years
roni the 1st day of January, 1H42:
BeBt hand made Folio Post Paper, plain, satin
inish.
Same, feint-lined, common distance.
Best hand-made tluarto Post Paper, satin finish,
,nd of linen, laid and wove.
Best hand-made lluarto Post, plain white, satin
inish, laid and wove.
Same, feint-lined, common distance, laid and wove.
Best hand-made Cluarto Post Paper, blue, satin
imsh, laid and wove.
Same, feint lined, common distance, laid and wove.
Best machine-made Folio Pout, plain.
Same, duarlo Pout, plain.
Best hand-made Foolscap, plain, satin finish and
f linen, laid and wove.
Beat hand-made foolscap, plain, satin finish, laid
nd wove.
Same, faint-lined, common distance, laid and wove.
Best machine-made Foolscap, plain white.
Sume, feint-lined, common distance.
Best Drawing Paper, 27 hy 40 inches |s-r sheet.
Same " 30 by 52 " "
Tracing Pajier 18 by 24 " "
Same " 20 by 38 " "
Best super-royal huff Envelope Paper, smooth sur?ce.
Best suiier-roval while do do do
PAPER FOR BLANK BOOKS, VIZ.
Best hand-made Su|icr-royal.
Do do Royal.
Best hand-made Demi.
Do do Medium.
Do do Foolscap.
U.UILLS.
Best Opaque No. HO, j>er thousand, weight not less '
han 8 oz per hundred.
Best clarified (Auills, do do do
Metallic Pens, ]>ri dozen, Perry's and Gillot's
iest.
Red Office Tape, price |>er dozen for each number.
Cut-glass Inkstands, large size, |ier dozen.
Do do small do
Ink, Mnynard and Noyea, black, in quart bottles, [
er dozen.
Do do do in pint do ,
Wafers, per pound.
Th ., nrli.-l... ,i ret ,.ll ... I... ,.f 11,., ....... l.?.,l .....10.. i
. ...... .............. ... ... .... . . , J ^ wail I j | |
.Inch can he hail from the best manufacturers.
A sample or specimen of each article of Stationery
lust accompany the proposal of each bidder, and the
ontract will lie given to that one who, in the judgJent
of the Postmaster General, ofTeis the best ariies
at the lowest price. The samples of the successil
bidder will he retained by the Department, and all
le articles delivered under nis contract will be com
rired with them, and rejected if inferior,
if at any time articles of inferior quality he furished,
the Department will proceed to purchase others
:>r its immediate use, charging the contractor with
ny difference of cost over the contract price.
No bid will be considered which contemplates more
inn one price for any one article.
Each proposal must be accompanied by ample testi- .
oiiials of the ability of the bidder to fulfil the con- |
act.
Failure to deliver articles promptly when ordered,
' of a quality inferior to the specimen, or any attempt
evade the true meaning of the contract, wdl be *
msidered sutlicient cause for its forfeiture, and of 8
n jier cent, on each payment, which will be retained
r that purpose.
The Proposals to be addressed to the Postmaster <
eneral, and to be endorsed, " Proposal* for Station- '
v " Dec 9?did 1
' e
)EQPOSALS FOR INDIAN GUNS will be
received at the office of the Commissioner of Inin
Affairs, until Pi o'clock on the 30ih dny of De- /
inber next, for the supply of 1,1<K) Northwest Guns, s
be of American manufacture, and to coires|K>ml in
erv res|iecl with samples which will be exhibited at n
i* War Department. One-half the quantity will be n
juired for the service of 1842, and the other for 1843.
he tlrsi delivery to be made on or before the day o
MaV, 1842, as follows : e
At New York, 150.
at ol. louis, 'h?l. u
ri.o second delivery to be made at the same points anil It
the same period in the year 1843. i
The Guns will he subjected to the uaual proof and a
ipection by an officer of the Government to be ap- f
intod for the purpose, on whose certificate that the
ntract is fully plied with, payment will be made a
the years 1842 anil 1843, respectively, after the
one shall have been delivered.
Contracts will be made after the bids are opened,
d bonds required to be executed for a faithful execuin
of the contracts. 1
T. HARTLEY CRAWFORD.
Department of War, '
Office of Indian Affair?,
22(2 Suve7nbcr, 1841.
nov 23?t30thDec.
American Sentinel, National Gazette, t'hiladcl- (
lia ; and the Republican, at Cincinnati. I
HRUNK BOARDS.?4,000 lbs.Bird 6l S..ns bes
L Trunk Boards, No 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 15 boards
the bundle of 50 lbs Just received and for sale,on
e best terms, at Stationers' Hall.
dc'J W FISCHER ,
p
J
propohalsfoTBINDINO^^^B i
I'obt Ornct Department, }fl Bu
December fid, 1841. S^m
SEALED proposals will lie received at the IB H
Oliice Department until the J4lh mat., at 3 (>'?4B B
P. M., f.?r the following diacriptbns of binding fftr
the rieriod of three year* lioiu the brat da* of January,
1842.
Su|ier royal blank books, in full Rus*iu, feint lined,
extra ruled, with printed caption* ami heading* of
column*, with spring back*, lettered and numbered.
Same, without caption" and heading*, and with alphabels,
separate or annexed.
Same, in calf, with extra Kuaaia band*. ^
Koyul blank book*, in lull Russia, feint lined, ruled
and lettered, with printed caption*, apring back*, and
index** separate or annexed.
Same, without indexes.
Same, without caption*, and with indexes, separate
or annexed.
Same, in calf, with extra Russia band*.
Same, without ruling.
Same, in calf, with extra Russia band*, with and
without ruling.
Demy blank book*, in full Russia, With spring
back*, ruled and feint lined, with indexes, separate or
annexed.
Same, indexed, but without captions and ruling.
Foolscap blank books, in full Russia, with spring
backs, feint lined and ruled, bank distance.
Same, in half Russia, feint lined, and ruled pattern.
Ruling quarto (lost pajier led, and feint lined to patj
tern, per quire.
Ruling cap pa[ier red, and feint lined to pattern, per
quire
Ruling demy royal and super royal red, and feint
lined to pattern.
Ruling demy royal and super royal red, and feint
lined to pattern, with printed captions, per quire, for
all the above.
Folding, stitching, cutting and quarter binding 10,to
18,000 copies of the Laws and instructions, should
the Department order their publication.
Specimens of blank books, now in use, may be teen I
in ine various oilices and divisions of the Department.
The pajier will he furnished by the Department.
The bids for binding hooks must specify the price
The price must be annexed to each item contained
in the advertisement, and no bid will be considered
which conteni|>la'es more thau one price for anyone
article or kind of work.
The Department reserves the right of prescribing
the patterns for feint lining and ruling in all cases.
'1 he bids must be accompanied by ample testimonials
of tbe ability of the bidder to perform the work.?
Ten )ier cent on the price of the work executed will .
be retained, as security for its faithful |>erforniance.
a refusal or failure to execute any work in due
time after it is ordered, disregarding the instructions
of the Department as to the manner of its execution,
slovenly execution of the work, failing to account for
or to return on demand paper handedovei to be bound,
substituting other paper, or any ilher attempt to evade
the true meaning of the contract, Will be a forfeiture
of the contract and of the ten |ier cent retained.
Ptopo als should be addrussed to the Postmaster
General, and endorseJ " Pro|a>sals for Binding."
Dec. D?did.
Proposals for Indian goods?SmM **
proposals witj he received at the olUceof "he Commissioner
of Indian Afl'oJrs, until the 30tTT day of December
next, at one o'clock, P. M , for furnishing the
following goods for the use of the Indians : <
Mackinac Blankets, various sizes and colors.
Cloths ofdillerenl quality and colors
Strouds do ^
Flannels do ,
Woollen So ks do
Yarns do
Linscys and worsted Gaitering do
Calicoes, as-orted qualities
Calico and Flannel Shirts
Bleached and unbleached Cotton Shirting and Sheeting
.
Domestic Checks, Plaids and Stripes
Pinion onawiu anu uanukerchiet*
Black Silk Iiundkerchiefs
Sewing Silk, assorted colors
Cotton and Linen Tliri ads, assorted color*
Chinese Vermillion )
Beads, assorted
Pipes do
Pins do
Brass and.Tin Kettle4, assorted sires
Tin Pans and Cups
Prying Pans
Fire Steels
Britannia and paper line 1 Looking giaeses
Awls, assorted
Buttons do
Brass nails assorted
Thimldes do
Scissors do
Gimlets do
Table Knives and Porks
Pewter Plates
Pish Hooks and Lines
Combs assorted
Northwest Guns, Powder Horns and Shot Pouches
Gun Worms and Flints
Half Axes and Hatchets
Gun Powder and Bur Lead
Knives.
A schedule of the uhove articles, with samples, may
be seen at the ollice of the Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, in Washington, exhibiting the quantity of
oach article required, hut the right is reserved to the
Department to alter, increase, or diminish any of the
uiliclcs named in said schedule.
The amount of money to he applied to the purchase
of these goods will he about S70,(H)0 (Ml, of
which some ?30,000 will he wanted on the seaboard,
and the residue in the west, ami goods of American
manufacture, all other tilings being euual, will he pre
Icrred. The contractors will be required to del nor I
them at such times and places u? may he designated in
the contracts.
A separate contract will lie entered into for the '
transportation to the several points of delivery.
Bonds with two or more sureties, the sufficiency in
be certified by a United States judge or district attorney,
will he required for the faithful performance of the
contract, and payment will be jnade after the contract
is completed, upon a duplicate invoice, accompanied by
the certificate of the agent of the Government authorized
to receive them, that the goods have been delivered
in good order, and in conformity to the contract
and samples.
T. I1ARTLKY CRAWFORD
Department or War,
Office of Indian Affairs,
2v2d November, 1H41.
To be published in the Boston Atlas and Morning ,
Post, Boston; the New York Express and Journal I
of Commerce, New York; the American Sentinel
and National Gazette, Philadelphia ; the Madisonian,
Washington; the Patriot, Baltimore, the Bulletin,
St. Louis. nov 2.'!?dSOthdec
BOOK BINDING.
The subscriber has resumed the above business and
vill feel very grateful to his friends and the public for
i share of their patronage,
lie will furnish at the shortest notice
BLANK BOOKS
Df every description, ruled and bound to .any pattern,
he materials and workmanship equal to any in the
Jniied States ; he will also execute orilrrs for all
n<ls of M At Ml INK RULING,
k ANUSCRIPTS. PERIODICALS, AND x
MUSIC
Irranged and bound in the very best style and at reaonablp
prima.
OLD BOOKS rebound, MAPS mounted and vnr- ,
lished, PORT POLIOS of all sizes and descriptions
ismifnctornil to ordpr.
?3rParticular ami personal attei hon will be paid lo
rders lor confidential work at the public offices or
laewhere.J^.1
The subscriber having been t r many year* enaged
in (he above bueine**, anc having a practical f,
knowledge of the various branch'- feele perfectly safe ?J
n aasuring the public, that he will be able to execute f
irders for every description of work in a style that can- i
ail to give satisfaction.
His Bindery is on the south de of Pennsylvania
.venue.bet ween fourteenth and tiltecnth streets, oppoite
the Post Office Department
Jt .UN A. BLAKE.
Washington, July 2fith, IWi
N B. All orders left at the M.vlisonian Office will .
>e promptly attended to. july'27 Wj
THE OXFORD DRAWING BOOK, just im- m
|Kirted [a few copies only I to I'. TAYLOR; price
$3 50 published originally at to guineas. The art of B*
Drawing and I'heory and Pr i ' of Perspective, by
N Whillock, teacher of dr.iwin, and |ierspcciive to )
the University of Oxford, tenelii g progressively by W
Hie means ot very numerous ' graving* the art of *
Sketching, Drawing, and ' ring of Landsca^sScenery,
of animals and ot tin human figure; in a
manner calculated lor self itistiUCtion?one quarto k
volume containing more than ' hundred engravings, I
with the letter pr< s? description and instructions at MS
length, I 1
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