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Leave Augusta every Saturday at 6 a m, arrive at Buoxi very Mond.iy b'y 12 in. I rave Biidxi evf ry-Mondiy at 2 p rn, arrive at Augusta every Wednesday lv G p m. 5G67 From CarlUle's Mills by Eliisvillc to Paulding, 53 miles and rack ouci' a weelc. Lave Carlisle's Mills every Thursday at 1 p m, arrive at i'auljing next day by 7'pin. Leave Paulding every Wednesday at 5. a m, arrive at Car lisle's .Mills next day by 12 m. 5663 Prom Columbia by Orangeburg, to Williamsburg, 3 miles and backeneea wetk. Leave Columbia every Saturday at 4 a m, arrive Kt Wil liamsburg same day by 8 p in. . Leave Williamsbrrg. every .Friday at 4 a in; arrive at Co lumbia same day by 8 p m. 5G50 From Columbia by tl ibolocbiito and Pcniingtop. to Shieldsboro', 100 miles and back, once a week! Leave Columbia every Saturday atGam, arrive atShieUs coro: every Monday by 4 p m. Leave Shicldsboro' every Tuesday at G a my arrive at Co lumbia every Thursday by 4 p m. 5670 From Columbia by Fordsville, Shady Grove, La., and Cypress Grova to Covington, GO miles and back, once a week. , . Leave Columbia every Saturday at G a rn, arrive at Coving ton next day by 4pm.. Leave Covington every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive at Co iambia next day by.4 p in. 5G71 From Wrstvilie by Georgetown and Copiah Creek to Gallatin, 34 mil (-3 and back, once a week. . ... Leave Westville Mondays at 5 a m, arrive at Gallatin same days by G p ra. . . -Leave Gil latin Tuesdays at 5 a m, arrive at Westville same days by 6 p m. fG72 From Westville bv Raleigh to Paulding, 63 miles -and back, once a week. Leave Westvill-3 every Wednesday at 0 a m, arrive at Paulding next days by 4 p m. Leave Paulding every Friday at 6 a ra, arrive at Westville rtxtdays by 4 p in. 5G73 From Gallatin by Brookhaven, Holmesville, Oak Grove, La., and Palestine to Covington, 108 miles and back, three times a weel: in sulkies. . . Leave Gallatin Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 3 p m, arrive at Covington Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays .. by 5 p tn. Leave Covington Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 p m, arrive at Gallatin Wednesdays", Fridays and Sundays by 9 am. . '307.4 From Gallatin by Mount Washington, Pine BlufFand Burtonton to Port Gibson, 47 miles and back, once a week Leave Gallatin every Wednesday at 10 a m, arrive at Port Gibson next da 3' by 4 p m ? Leave Port Gibson every Tuesday at 5 a m, arrive at Gallatin next day by 9 a m 5675 From Gallatin by Reid's Store, McCall's Creek and Smithdale to Liberty, G2 miles and back, once a week Leave Gallatin every Wednesday at 3 p m, arrive at Lib erty next days by 8 p m Leave Liberty every Thursdayat4 a rn, arrive at Gllatin next days by 9 a m . 5G7G From Port Gibson by Oakland College to Rodney, 20 miles and back, three times a week Leave Port Gibson Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 a"m, arrive at Rodney same days by 12 m Leave Rodney every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 2 p in, arrive at Port Gibson same days, by 7pm 5677 From Rodney to Church Hill. 12 miles and back, once a week Leave Rodney every W ednesday at 1 p m, arrive at Church Hill same day bv 5 p m Leave Church Hill every Wednesday at 0 a m, arrive at Rodney same day by 10 a m 5678 From Washington by Hamburg, Meadville and . McCall's Creek to BrooLhnvr n. Go miles & back, once a week i JLave v asnir.gton every Jb nuav. at 1U a m. arrive at Brockhaven next day by 5 p ra Leave Brookhaven every Wednesday at 6 a m," arrive at Washington next day by 3 p in' 5679 From Natchez by Palestine to Kingston, i9 miles and back, once a week ' , Leave Natchez every Wednesday ; a 1 p m, arrive at Kingston same d iys by 7 p rn . " " (Leave Kingston every Wednesday at G a rn, arrive at Natchez same duys by 12 m 5680 From Natchez by Cold Spring, Woodville and Laurel Hill, La. to Si. Francisville. G4 miles and back, three times a week, in two horse coaches, . Balawin to be supplied frcm Auburn, tLrce niilrr and bick, once a week. - , Coopersville to be supplied from Raymond, t2ven, miles and back, once a Wfck. - - Delta to be supplied frotn Helena, Ark. 10 miles arJ back, t once a week" a m Leave Natchez Mondays, Wednesdays,' and Fridays at G n, arrive at St. Francisville next days by 12 in . Leave St. Francisville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days at l p m, arrive at Natchez next days by 7 p m 5681 From IVlonticelio to Brookhaven, 22 miles and back, twice a week Leave Monticallo every Tuesday and Saturday at 1 p m, arrive at Brookhaven same days by 9pm Leave Brook lavcri ,eyery Tuesday and Saturday at 4 a m, arrive at ?lonticllo same days by 12 m 5682 From Mcnticello by Mount Carmcl and -'Williamsburg to Carlisle's Mills, Go miles and back, once a week Leave iMoniiccilo every Wednesday at 4 a m, arrive at Carlisle's Mills next days by 12 n- . " Leave Carlisle's Mills every Thursday at l p m, arrive at Monticello next days by 9 p m 5GS3'Fiom Holniesville by -Liberty, Tolers, Centreville, Mount Pleasant.1 Kellertown and Whitcsviller to Woodville, 74 miles and ba :k, twice a week Leave Holmi-sville every Monday and Thursday, at 6 a m. arrive at Woodville next days by G p m Leave "Woodville every Tuesday and Saturday at Gam .arrive at Holmi sville next days by 6 p m 56S4 From Holmcsville by China Grove to Columbia, 33 miles and back, once a wee!: Leave Holm ?sviil(i every Thursday at 6 a ra. arrive "at "Columbia samo days by 6 p rh Leave Columbia every Wednesday at 6 a rn, arrive at Holmesville sarie days by 6pm- - 0655. Jb rom ooavine oy I'mckneyvjiis to ! crt A' -ms, ! 2c miles and bjclc, twice a vv?k Leave Woodville Tue: Jays and Saturdays at 6 a m, rir'v, at Fort Adams same days by 1pm ' Leave Fort A dams Mondays and Fridays at 6 n in, arri. at -Woodville sa.iietljy by 1 p in !. Douglas to be supplied from Carrolltdn, IS miles aud back, twice a week. , . - Eaten to be supplied from Oxford, 15 miles and back, once a wee k. . - -, ; . Mechanic;!vilif lo be supplied from Oa.Ivalb, 12 miles and back, once a week. . . . , , . - , . " ; Oak Rilge to supplied from Holly Springs, 13 miles . and back", once a week. .... . : " Rocky Mount to be supplied from Kalb, 7 miles and back, once a week. ... c. n; 1 "k-' l" ' "c; lU'Vgl, IU Ui. CUjiJiutu UU111 Xia U 11U11U, H IWU iJillCTB Lillet back, once a week. -NOTES, t. ' v t- I. Seven minutes are allowed for opening and closing the mails at all ofTices, where no particular time is specified; but on railroad and steamboat routes there is to be no more delay than is necessary to deliver and receive the bags. -; . 2. The mail is to be conveyed in profrrenc1 to p;isf ngfrs, and to their entire exclusion, if its weight and bulk 're quin it. 3. A preference is to be given to passengers bicught in the connecting mail lines over those traveling in any other. 4. Post Otricc blanks, mail bags, and thj special agtnt:? of the Department, on the exhibition of their credentials, aie to be conveyed without further charge on mail lines admitting of such conveyance. . .. 5. Mail agents are to be conveyed without charge' on the principal railroad and .steamboat lines, where the size of the mails and the number of the offices will require their employ-, meat by the Department, and in that case a separate apartment for the assorting and safe-keeping of the mail, is to .be provi ded by the contractor under the direction of the Department. 6. In all cases, there is to be a forfeiture of the pay of the trip, when the trip is not run; a forfeiture of at least one-fourth part of it, when the running or arrival is so far behind time as to lose the connection with a depending mail ; and a forfeiture of a due proportion of it, when a crade of service is rendered inferior to that in the contract. These forfeitures mav be in creased into penaltiesof higher amount, according h the na ture and frequency ofthe failure and the importance oftheinail. 7. Fines will be imposed, tinless the delinquency be satisfac torily explained in due time, for failing to take from, or deliv er at a post office, the" mail, or any part of it; for suffering it to be wet, injured, lost, or destroyed ; for conveying it in a place or manner that exposes it to depredation, loss, or injury; for refusing after demand to convey a mail by any coach, rail: road car, or steamboat, which the contractor regularly runs on the route, beyond the specified number of trips in the con tract; and to not arriving at the time set. And for setting up or running an express to transmit commercial intflligenct; in advance ofthe mail, a penalty will be exacted equal to a qu li ter s pay. v 8. The Postmaster General may annui th contract for re peated failures; for violating the Post Office laws; for diso beying tne instructions oi the Uepartrnpnt: tor leJusin to dis charge a carrier when required by the. Department; for assign ing the contract wunout the. consent of the 1'osmaster LJener- al, or for setting up or mnning an express as aforesaid. The Postmaster General, may alter the contract, and alter the schedule, he allowing a pro rata increase of compensation within the restrictions imposed by law, for the additional ser vice required, or for the mcre'aseJ speed, if the employment 01 additional stock or earners is rendered necessary but the con tractor may, in such case, relinquish the contract, on timely notice, if he prefers it to thechange. He may also discontinue or curtailed the service, he allowing one month s extra pay on hc amount dispensed with. 10. The payments will be made through drafts on post ofTicesor otherwise, after the expiration of each quarter, say in February, MapAugust, and November. 11. The distances are given according to the best infor mation; but no incrensed pay will be allowed, should they prove to be greater than is advertised, if the places are correct ly named. 12. The Postmaster General h prohibited by hw from knowingly making a contract for the transportation of the mail with any person who shall have entered into any com bination, or proposed to rnter into any combination to prevent the making of any bid for a mail contract by any other per son or persons, or who shall have made any agreement, or shall have, given or performed, or promised to give or per oral, any consideration to do, or not to do, anything whatever to induce any other person not to bid for a mail contract. 13. On coach routes where the present contractor shall be superseded by an underbider, who may not have tha tage prapeity requisite for the performance ofthe contrac, he shall purchase irom the present contractor such of his coach es, te ams and harness be longing to the route as shall be needed, and may be suitable for the service, at a fair valuation; and make piyment therefor by reasonable instalments as his pay becomes due, unless the presen contractor shall continue to run stages on the loute. Should they not agree as to the suitat.ltness ofthe property, the teims, or the security, each may choose a person who may appoint a third, and their jj ex cision shall be final; or the Postmaster General will name the umpire. " Should the underbidder fail to comply, hi bid will be e;ffercd to the, contractor; but should he dtctine it, the proposals oftbo underbidder will be accepted unconditionally The urderbidder should :ive early notice of his intention to take or not to take the stock, and ifhe latier, of bis reasons; and the present contractor is to determine, on the first appli cation, whether he will sell it or not. . ; 14. A bid received after the time, to wit: the 14 April next at 3 p m, or without tiie guarantee re quired by law; or that combines seeral routes in one sum of compe&aticn with a re gular proposal, not adjudged to bo extravagant. " 15. A bidder may offer on coach, rail read, or steamboat routes, where that transportation is diP.r:!: or impracticable at certain seasons, to substitute horse or 7 :i conveyance, lor i intermit service, a errcthed nu:r.r?r of days weeks cr months. He may proposato omit an o.Gce that is iczfczzi-ill- : cn t!.o clage ivd, t!:2 railway, or n a fleam bo:.t i... dies, as the case may be, or he 1 ; r'.rr to eubrtitu disadvantages will be estimated in -'compuing it with cihei proposals. ", - tO. There should be but one route bid far in a Prpril 17. The route, the service, th ye arly piy, the bid !,!s r.ame and residence, and the nam? of each inembt-r of'iheTmn, uht ic a company bfKrr?, should be distinctly itaud. -18. The following is the firm of the guaiauty which shmi! 1 be filled, t lie first blank with the narm; of the guarantor, the second with that of the bidder; and Ihe'lhiid and fouith wi'.h the beginning and terminating poin's of the routr; and nfi-T biding dated.-should be sigm-d by th guarantor, who muil be shovn 03' the written certificate of a posrnasur, or other equaly satisfactory testimonial, to be a man of property, mid able to make good his guaranty. This guaranty, so certitud, should accompany. each bid. "The undersigned guaranties that if his bid for carrying the mail from to be accepted by the Poit- AHIUVALS AND n,l W.h master General, shall enter into an oblijatisjn prior tothf l.-t day ofJuiy next, with good and sufficient sureties, toperfoiia the service jiropesed. Dated T' 19 The bid should b srnt under seal, addressed to the First Assistant Postmaster General, with "Mail Lroposals in th-: State of " .written 0:1 ihe face of t!ii. Irtier, and slioald b despatched in iime to be received by cr before the 1 1th April nest at 3 o'clock, p. m. -' 0. The contracts arc to be executed before the 1st July next." -. , - ',. C. A. WICKLIFFE. Post Officc Dr.PAKT:iENT, Dc. 14, IS 41 . .!1 'til Dei . t 1 A- A 1 :!'.' V" V-t . v.r --T : An i.r. 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