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Santa fe iUcckln ajette Alburqucrque Exchange. LOUIS FfJ!ARTELS, PROPRIETOR. The above name! establishment is now onen TERMS, for tlio accommodation of travelers anil others, rrpifrv. .1 mi vcar. navililr inviril1v in " Alluirnncrtiue NeW Mexico. Tho table 11 advance i single conies 1Í 1-i cents. Advertise- : bo- supplied with tha'.bi-st the market affords, '. n 1 . a , . i- .1 . . 1 1 .1. 1 til. 4l. .Ln! . I! Tl. 1 merit, $1 OÜ per square of ten lines for the first insertion, auu u )cis. ut y suuowucui uucruon NOTICE TO THE INHABITANTS OF NEW MEXICO. The Surveyor General of New Mexico, by ac of Congiess approved on the 22ud July 1851, is re quired lo "make a full report on nil sii'h chum as originated ''before the cession of the Ten it", y lo the United Mates "by the trea.y of (ii.iii iiii- Hi dalgo of 1818, denoting the v ,'.i, v. n w li'ie with his descision thciem .) i., 'i, i. ; . n- validity of eaeh of the -t awl.' i! I o- e- ges, and custom of tl " . '. c i:ei."t; "it. -e-- to (he United States," m in- i- ul . ir.p.i.ni "m ke a report in regai I t. II VV. cvi.-iiii,: , the Territory, showing ill.- extent an:! loc'.i'iiv ' each, stating the miinbei of inliilni.inls in ihe mi. I Ptiebloi respectively, n I (lie na'uie of then- lines lothehnd. Such repoil 'o he i.i.ide aeeoidbie: to the form which may ne pi escribed by líi Se. ica ry of the Interior; which reKt shall be l.nd before Congress for such actiei, t:o.'iooii -s may bt deem ed just an I proper with u view to confirm li na li le grants ami give full eil'eel io lie Treaty or IH1S, tietwepll lb.' Ulli'd 'tales Li M- Xl.'n, Claiintuts iti eveiy cae e. u oe reipiri.d to file a written noliee, sl'ini f.i i!i 'be lame of the ''p-esent eliimaiit." i - ' '::'.n.il claimant" nature "f claim. , t - or i..;rCoct its dulel' ni .v'ilau'n oio'.ie.l tit1: was derived Willi a refeience ti lie evidence of the newer and auihuiitv under which Hie grut'tiii' oi- nnd the liar with the choioost liquors. Tho house contains eomfortablo rooms for tho accommo dation of strangers, and attached, aro good stables for animals. Alburrpierqtio X. M. January 2sth 1855.-0. m. JOHN S WATTS, U'TÍM'IEY ASI'COIJ-ASniJ.ORATLAW, svr 1 1, . vi:v .m-;xic(i. , o : :'! 'i1 : 'H-.' 1'ol'llie, ly ( e , i ii Vers. j.vi;:i,i:xorA'tK to ssvn N 1 W A Kit V ticer mav have acied ouantity churned, locanlv, notice and exient of contlieiing claims, if my. with a reference to Ihe documentary evidence am) testi mony relied upon to esiabhsh 'bp rlaun, an I In show t ansfer nf ribi from tie- M'iina! lautei-1' to present claimant." Every claimant will al-o be ixjnii'e.l to funiii.li an au:bentical plat of Survey, if mi rey lia beee extended, or other eviilence, shown g lb' :)f cise locality and ex .1 of the tr ct claimed. To en ble the Surveyor Gener I lo execute Mie duty thiii iinjio-ed on bim. by law h" ha- 'o ie quest all tliose individuals wlio laimed Ian New Mexico before the treaty of IS IK. ie modoce the evidences of such claims at tins oliice a1 S -hií Fe as soon as possible TO DONATION CLAIMANTS. The act of Congress, above referred I... giants lot) bcios oí Inml lo every white male i iie.eti f the United Slates, or every w hile male above the age of 21 ve rs, who bus declared bis intention lo become a cili7.ee, ii"W resoling in New Mexico, and who was so lesnling ;i ,í:m lo Is' J.miiaiv IN-l and tn every white inaie , .'. iy.-n of 1'ie Uoid sta tes, and to every w bite male above the See of 21 years, who h s ileclareil Ins iiiteiition to become a citizen, who was residing in the Ten iiory en the 1st January 181)3 or who shall remove lo ami set tle there at any lime irior to Hie 1st January ISbS the same law also grants It)'.) aces of puldir laud. No claim lo any suchMonation is valid unless the land has or nhall be settled on, ami cultivated, for J'unr successive years; and r.o such ilonalion claim is allowed to interfere in anv manner with any claim recognized by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hi dalgo. All individuals claiming the benefit of such du ration will find it to their interest to give the ear liest possible information to the Surveyor General as to Ihe localities of their settlements in order to enable him lo direct his surveying operations ac cordingly The localities in each county shall be described as distinctly as possible in reference to any and all notable objects in the vicinity. Given under my hand at my office at Santa Ft this 18 day of Jan. A. D. 1855. JIULIAM PELHAM. Surveyor General of New Mexico. Santa ie, Jan. 27, 18j5.-ly.-31. MARSHAL'S SALE. By virtue of an execution, lo me direcled from and under the seal of the United States District Co urt for the First Judicial District of the Territory of New Mexico, and County of Santa Fa, dated September 25th A. D. 1851, in favor of Fnncis Jt. Cunningham, and against Alexander W Reynolds, for the sum of $i!785 11 dollars, damages and $21 CO dollars costs of suit, with interest thereon from the 22nd day of June A. D. 1855, until paid and also the costs that may accrue, on which execution credits amounting to $1108 50 dollars have been allowed, I will expose to public sale, and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand, in front of the court house in the city and county of Santa Fe, on the first day of the next term of the U. S. dis tiict court, for said rounty, to be begun , rut held in Santa Fe, on the 19th day of March next, he tween the usual houis of sale of said day ail the right, title ani interest of the said Alexander IV. Reynolds, in and to Ihe following described real estate, to wit: A certain house and lot of giound or lai d, witl all the buildings thereon, containing is '-ooir.s in of which are now occupied as t1 ri-on of Ihe county of -anta Fe, hounded on the nortli by the main street Isading weslwardlv fiom the public plaza, and by the house of Concepción M.uioni, on the east by an alley running southwardly from the said last mentioned street to the Uio Chiqiiilo, and by the house and lands of said Con ein-ion Ma rioui, south by Ihe Rio Chiquito, and west by the house and lands of Manuela Jaramilhi. C HLUMNF.R, U. S MARSHAL. Sania Fe, February Mill A. D. 185D.-5 t. t. r. 1 t SANTA I'K I'll UIKKN, "i'i ci"sshig 'hi (il.ois t'. w . that the nlitteisigne 1 will '.'V 'b I Mail from li te,enii, i.e lo S.n.ln yea'-, eolnloelM illg on ihe firs' d..- .d in sin ,'es dra.vi, bv six m iles T'ieir siméis ni'l leitve I'elenev leu Fe on 'be lb si of ea- h liionili T,. lely new. lilid coinfoitalile for j.a-.e giiardtd. and rnnn'd'.g lili' iiell. ea -b w twen'v to twei.ty-fivp dues Tiav k New 'Venen, will ilonblle.s fuel ilA ilio-l exoeil'liolis and comlVrt.ible. ,t. :!ieape-l '"ode f crossing 'lie plan FARE. From November M lo Mav l-i. Fi.mi Mav tirst lo N. vniher I t vant, West Levant, F.xte er, East Saugcrville, auú Munson. From Bangor, to t'ppi : From Bangor, by Horn Newport, Newport, 1'iilt naau, to Skowhegan. From Bangor, by Ens South Hampden, Nortli Mills, North Senrsport, fast. From Bangor, bv Bret den, North Ellsworth, .u Ellsworth. From Uangor, by Bron rinu't'Ui, South Orringl HiicksHii't (.'outre; Bncks Cnstlll'1. I rr t ' un . i Frp"l B.lie.O!', bv Wt k.ig. ..i.n h . I'm1-!' Mil P..-V, 'A'.i.-' lliii: , M 1 1 ii I s!.i!e.. i 'i-1!'!- V'M 1' i .on, s.i If for four VYm-Lw. to W.eel '.'ille. 'i- ".! F' ,:,, C-!f4... "v W,! FK. non- i Santa e.iii- will 0. $Ip0. ÍI2Ó. in ins, and -uilnilllltlo,' Í ' d In .1 I. F:om !lel;,'i:i cor, and !rk. Fiom Ke''!r i New vlnil"ll. ,tills. lo Nui'h , i.- Sluf i'!rr. Itelhcl, by f'Vwiy I.. s'.u . p.. Provision-. 'he Pron-leiio-s. P ckajes and exl e ba'Tie W''l ''.o'-noi' wllin i -ilile lo ilo o. at ' poned II' the soiiiiiier. a- I 111 l-'li'- in 1'ie W'iel"l, '"it no p.ickT'e will be ''no'seil le.- thu, one ,' d lar. The proprietor will not be responsible for rmv I'.trkage worlh more than tittv dolbir-, mii'"-s imii tents given and specially con'nieted for. and a!' Ii.ig gage at all times at ihe ri-k of the owner thereof (Jj? In all c ses Ihe passage money must he (Him in advance, and passengers, must stipulate to eoufoini lo the rules which may be established by (be undersigned, for the government of their line of stages, and those traveling wild Ihem on the plains. No passenger allowed more that forty po unds of baggage in addition the necessary bcddir.g. W. W. II. Davis, Esq., at Santa Fe, and Mr. John S. Harris at Weslport. Mo., and our Mail Conductors on Ihe line, are our authorized agents to engage passengers and receipt for pissago mo ney. IIOCKADAY ill ALL. June 12th, 1851 -If. 15 V Rner, atel Gi. if'"1 From liuidelmd ire. W.iicilioi"'ikr:i li'ld. N'.'"' IV- 11 i" ' ; t Dot- if I'd, to i, East .. Ca- i ipden ikfort Bel- ; Hoi s, to Or- ' piii't, . North mllis . r, Ki- "tiii.ny, . h I.C- . vpni't, ui, to e. Fric l, and . , and Jler- Foist Wel ... B'-'jr is Cen-'.ir.soti-, New lo .Ma in, and rpilK subsciibers oll'pr for sale by (irivte eou JL tract tbeiremises cominnnly known as Bar clays F"rt on the Mora river, embrasnig the title to a large tract of laud, 200 acres of which is on der cultivation, with a good grist mill attached, and inexbaiisable timber in the neighborhood. The fine unbounded surrounding pasturage and convenient watering places manifest its excellence as a grazing locality, its desirable position at the junction of the two main routes from the United States to Santa Fe via Cimarron river and Hatnn mountain is further enhatii ed by the establishment of a military post in the vicinity thus presenting to he iiidustioiis and persevering specul dor extrane ous lucrative advantages unsurpassed by any in N. Mexico Terms arcommodaling as the parties aredefcmusto engage in oilier business, and can he taken with or without the crop as now standing If noi disposed of before the Ifllh day of March 1855 it will then he put up at auction on the pre it ises and sold to the highest bidder. BARCLAY ii DOYLE Member 1854. t-f. MARSHAL'S SALE. By vigtue of nn elocution, to mo directed from uinj under the seal of tho United States District Court, for tho first judicial district of tho Territory of New Mexico, and for tho Coun ty of Santa fe, bearing dato 25 of September A. U. 1854, in favor of Francis A. Cunning ham, and against Alexander W. Reynolds, for Ihe sum of $2785, 41 dollars, damages, and 24 0 dollars costs of suit, with Interest thereou from the 22nd of June A. D. 1853 until paid, and also tho costs that may accrue, on which ejeculiou a credit of the amount' of 11U8. 50 dollars have been allowed, 1 will expose to pn Uii! sale, and s.ul to the highest bidder fur cash in nano, in trout ot the court house in the p1 za ami county of S.m .Miguel hi (ho . on I day of 'he i, ex. i rui of lb United .Sinn. ,; p trie: o. . 'o - c begun utid hiod in s-nil .? in house .o. ii.- tii'si Mon i iv in Apr, i next, to wit: on tue til. i i ila of April l.sjj. diit.ng 'h iJ ul huais of sate of said day, ail the ngin tiile and imore.st of iho said Alcun der V. K.'vno - Us in auu to ttii! loHowmg ii.".eni"'i ,m.p i . viz: A curtain puntu or parcel of lnti l (o') touted lying uiul being m the uaz. of ,mii Mi gucl, county of Nun Miguel, measuring about lie, to nner. rd, and i Blue i i'odge- Spra lo, To Orient, lis, and .ooper, Jolloys. obbius- 1U and . .South n' Mills, . KEARXEY AXD BERNARD. General onlfiliirg establishment Weslport Missouri. Will keep constantly on hand a variety of mer chandize of (II descriptions adapted to 'be Califor nia and Santa Fe trad. Persons going across tha plai:is would do well lo give them a call. Will also have on hand Wagons, Oxen and other neces saries suitable for emigrants All order from relian!-' sources promptly attended to. KEARNEY k BERN.JRD ta Fe New Mexico Oct. 7 18&U 5.f. oil Walker. W. H. Chick WALKER AXD CHICK. Commission Merchants, Kansas Mo. acria to Col Robert Campbell, Mesar. Riley 4, Christy Saint Louii Mo. Saint Louis Mo. Santa Fe New Mexico October 7, 1854 1. 1. V-n lietieiord, bv f l!i Ibdiis, lo Limeriel I'loia H11-I01, by New fiom Brooks, by M01 and Hampden, to Bangor From Brunswick to f! From Brownsville, by 1 Kattadkia Iron Works. From Buckfield, by Su . 1 From liiiclisfiebl, by E Canton .'fills, to Canton. From Bucksport, b 1 ' Hill, Bluo Hill, Bluo II wick, and Door Isle, to 1 From Calais, by W gue's Falls, Bailovillo, pslicld, Jackson, Broo Amity, and llogdon, to From Canulen, by lb ' . . North Appleton, to So From i'anideii to N 0' From Charlotte, by ! to Alexander. Frota iherryfield, by l ruin Aeunvsville, bj , ton, to Red Bench. From Dexter, by I West Dover, to Dure From Dexter, by W Mills, and Dover, to F From Dixlield, by ' m and l,ivii(orc.s:ta Strickland Ferry Depot i VcgitrlJixiíioíit, by North Dinnoiit, l'hinoutli to East New Port. From Dover, by Enst Dover, South Sobeo, .Milu Kirniurnock, mid Muxlield, to Howland. From East Corinth, by Charleston, Atkinson, North Atkinson, Soben, uud Williamsburg, to Brownsville From East Machias, by Whiling and West Lubeo, to Lubec. From East Mach'us, by North Cutler, to Cut or. From the east lino of the State, by Fort Euir field, Manchester, und I'rcsnue Islo, to Aroos took. From East Eddington, by Amliorest, Aurora, Wesley, and Crawford, to Bailevville. From Ellsworth, by Orland, Bueksport, Pror pool Ferrv, Prospect, South Prospect, aud Scars port, to iiellfnst. From Ellsworth to Wuttham. From Ellsworth, by Surry, Blue Hill, Peno bscot, and North Castiiie, to Caslino. Iriun Kllswoith, by West Trenton, Eden, ouj Mount Desert, to South West Harbor. From Ellsworth, by llnneoe-i, West Sullivan, Subivsn, East Sullivan, We-i Gol l.ib'Ji'i), Uolils iiO'O, und Steuiien, tu N inn:' itig'ts. l'l'iun Ellsworth, by Norih llaucock, Franklin, N n'.igii ig.is, Harrington, Cu uiubia, Joncsbo id i iüi U hituoivi!:. , to M u bias. From Ellsworth, by Ziiden, North Mnnarille, mh'i'est, lururn, lo Great Pund. . From Kxier. by West Garlnnd, .South San .M i'lielil, aii'l Guilford, to Abbot. From l'ai'iiiingiii'ii, by Knit Strong, New VÍ iiev .id, ami New I'oi tiun l, to King-jeld. r 10111 I lio Corks d Moose itivr. 1 rum Gull's Cornel's, by Auburn, seventy varus long and 38 vina will wi h a dwelling lioiiso siliiateil tli.'reon, cont.ining one i.ur StmH)1. , N(11,,, xvn,,.. 8.110011, ten rooms, one stai.le, ouo placita, one yrom üufl Curriern. by East Tumor corral and three portales; bounded on the north by a street running from tho Pecos River west wardly, on tho east by the property of Dolores Baca and Justa linca, on the south by thu pro perty of mid Dolores Baca, and on the west by a public street. San .Miguel N. M. February 19 A. D. 1855.-3.t- C. BLUMNER, U. S. M. By C. P. CLEVER, Deputv. North Au- niid rumisiiEU nir authority. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1853-54. Continued From Bangor, by North Bangor, Orono, j West Great Works, Oldtown, Milford, Sunkha- ie, Greenbush, Olamon, Passndumkeag, West Enfield, South Lincoln, Lincoln Centro, and North Lincoln, to Matawnrakeag. From Bangor, by Six Mild Palls, Glenburn Kirklnnd, Bradford, South Ornevillc, aud Mi lo, to Brownsville. From Bangor, by North JJormon, South Le- North Turner Bridge, to Livermnre Centre. From Gorlum, by Buxton Centre, to West Buvtou. From Great Falls, by Lebanon. .S'unford, Springvale, Emery Mills, Anton, Acton Corner, North Acton, West New-field, West Parsons field, EHingham, New Hampshire, Fllngham lulls, nnu rreauoin, to Miton centre I From Green Depot, by South Leed, to Lec ! ds. From Guilford, by Parkimin and Cambridge, ' 10 Harmony. From Hampden, by South Hampden, South Newburg, DUmont, Morton's Corner, in Jack son, to Jackson. From llaynesikill, to Brancoft Plantations, to Weston. From Houlton, by Montieello, Bridgowator, and Presaue isle, to Fort Fairlield, From lhulton to Woodstock, Now Bruns wick. From Konnobuhk, by Wells, Ogonquit, Capo Ncddick, and York, to Portsmoutu, New Hamp shire. From Kondiiskcng, by Louth Corinth, West Charleston, South Dover, Djvcr, Foisroft, Snu- gerville, Guilford, and Abbott, to Munson. From Lebanon, by Centro Lebanon, to West Lebanon. From Leeds Station, bv Smith Leeds, Leeds, North Leeds, Slncklniitl s Ferry Depot, and East Liverniore, to Livermorj F ills. From Letter I!. by Went worth's Location, to Wilson's Mills. From Limerick, by Newfield, Went Newfndd, East Wakefield, Now Hampshire, and Lciglitou's Corners, to Ossipec. From Lincoln, by Leo .S'ir'iiHeU, Carroll, an 1 Kossuth, ta TnpsluiM. From Lincoln Centro, by P.ittaguinpus and Chester, to NiclMi'lon. Fi'oni Liverinoi'o Falls, bv .lav, North Jay, itilton, anil bust n ilton. to i nnniiigtun. From Luvell. by Nurlh t'rybiirgh, to Slow. From .Machias, by East' Machias, Marion, Dennysil!e, mid CliJi'lolte, to Calms. Fro'in Machias, by Nortli I'airlield, Wesley, t'iii'.vfoi'd, and Alexander, lo Princeton. Feint M ichias to Macbinsport. From Mattaw .tikeag, by South Mollineas, lLiviie.-villo, and Linnaeus, to llouUiin. Fro.n Mutawankoag, by Conway and Numb er three, to Patten, From Mechanic's Falls, by West Minot and Fast Hebron, to llacklield. From Mexico, by Rosebury, to Byron. From Moiisoii, by Shirley' Mills uiU Shirley, to Gi'ienville. From 'Munson, by Abbot, Parkninn, South Parkinan, Dexter, Pleasant Yale, uud Newport, to Detroit. From New Castle to Bristol, From North Anson, by West Ennleii, Nurlh New Portland, Eint New Portland, New Poll land, and Freeman, to Stroll1';. From North Anson, bv West Anson and East New Vinoyarn, to New Vineyard. From North Anson, bv Eniden, Solon. Bing ham, un I Cariitunk, to the Forks. From Nurlh Anson, by Etmlcu Centre, to C'lneurd. From North Lincoln, by Chester aud West ludiun townships, to Nickt'on. From North Berwick, by Smith Sanford, San ford, Springvale, Allicl, and Wiilerborough, to Waterboroiigh Centre. From Nortli New Portland, by Lesiuton and Dead River, to Flag Staff. For Nonvav, l'Va o.foril, South Walorford. and Sweden, to Luvell. From Orono, by Unpor-atillvfuter. Oldtown: Alton, and La Grange, to Kilmarnock. I win Oldtown, by Argyll) und Edinburgh, to lluwliuid. From Passadutnpkeag, by Enfield and Lo well, to Burlington. From Patton, by Umcolcus, Nasardij, und .lroostook, to Foil Kent. From Paris, by North Paris, West Summer, Summer, Eaat Summor, Hartford, Canton, Mil ls, to Cantou. Prom Plantations number eleven, called A rojstook, to tho East lino of the State by Prcs quo Isle, and Fort Fairfield Plantations. From Portland, by Falmouth, Cumberland, Yarmouth, New Gloucester, Upper Gloucester, West Danville, Danville, Fast Portland, Minot, M.'cluinics Falls, South Paris, Niu'lh Paris, liryaut's P.nd, Lock's Mills, Bethel, West Be thel, Uilcad, Shclburno, New Hampshire, Gor luwii, Byrliu Fills, Berlin, Milan, Duinnier, Stark, Northumberland, Stratford, uiul Bloomi, Held, Vermont, to' Brighton. '' From Portland, by FKlIinTiutliV Cui'iiberlnnil, North Yarmouth. Frcepert, and Brun,?vi:k, to 1Í.UII. From Portland, by Steven's Plains, West Falmouth, West Cumberland, Gray, West Glou cester, and Poland, to Moclianics Falls. From Portland, by Oak Hill, Saco, Bidde- ford, Kennebunk Depot, Kcnnebunk, Weils' Depot, North Berwick, uud F.lliut, to Ports mouth, New Hampshire. From Portland, by Yarmouth prepport, Bruns wick, Topsham, llowiloiuham, Richmond, Rose du'.o, Gardinner, Pittston, Fartningsdale, nud Hallowcll, to Augustn. From Portland, by South Windham, Wind oam, Nortli Wiudham, Uaymoud, and Naples, to Briilgaton. From Portland, by Sucnrappa Gorlmm, West Gorh im, Stundish, Steep Falls, East Baldw in, West Baldwin, llirain, Urowtillcld,, Fryburgh, and Centre Couway, New llauipshiro, to Con way. From Trosquc Isle, by Lyndon, Van Boron, West Van Huron, Madawaska, uud West Mada waska, to Fort Kent. From Prcsquo Isle, to Number Eleven, Ran ge Five Aroostook. From Railroad Junction nt Dnnvillo, by doffs Comers, Lcwiston, Green Comer, Green Leeds Station, Manmoiiih, Winlhrop, licadliebl, nud West Watorville, to Wuterville. From the Railroad Depot, by Wetchville, to Oxford. From Railroad Depot, by Oxford, OtUfJeld, Casco, and Edcs' Fulls, to Naples. From Raymond, by East Raymond, Casco, and Otisficld, to llloster's Mills. From Rcadllcld, by Kont's Mills, North Fayet te, Livcrmnro Falls, Juy Bridge, and North Jav, to Wilton. From lioadlield, by Kont's Mills, Fayetto, North Fayotto, South Chcstcrviile, Chester- ville, North Chestcrvllle, and East H'ilton, to Wilton. From Richmond to Lcwiston (.-lndroscnggm C. 11.) From Rockland, by Rockport, Camden, Lin eolnvillo, Northport, and üast Northport, to Belfast. From Rockland, by Thomaslon, Warron, Wal duborongli, Nobbiborough, Newcastle, Sboeps coast Bridge, Wiscassett, and Woolwich, to Bath. From Tfocklnud to Matini.'u'. From Rockland to Islo au llaut. From Skowhegan, by Cornvillo, Athens, Brighton, Kingsbury, llluiicliurd, and Shirley, to (irocnvillo. From Skowhegan, by Eask Madison, and boutli Solon, to ioli'li. From S'fMilhwcst Harbor to Cranberry Islo, From Springvale, by Hired Ross' Comoro NewUcld, South PursonOold, nu4 Patsonliold, to EHingham, New llauiiishiro. Irom oouiii fans, by Norwny, Nortmyay, t.oettn'a f tl? In U..IÍ...I " - - , From South Paris, by Unrrison, North Brid getnn, and West Bridgeton, lo Fryburgh. From South Paris, by Snow's Falls, Wood stock, North Woodstock, Ituinford, Rumford Point, und .South Jndovcr, to .Jndorer. From .Vtan lish, by Font l.iiuington, North Limington, Liiuiugtoii, Cornish, and Kogar Fal . Is, to Porter. From Strong, by West Freeman to Sirl'em. From ThomuMou, by St. George and; Tcn an'.'s Harbor, to St. George. From Thomaslon, by Cushliig, to 'riendSiliifi. From Tilden, by .Inilnrcst m..uo.'ii, ti Township. From Union, by Njrlh Uu'on and Washing ton, to Light's Comei's. From Walerville, by Kendall's Mills, Fairfi eld Comers, Pishon's Ferrv, Canaan, and Witt Ibirllaiiil, to ll.ii'tliind. From Walerville, by Wiuslow, Denton, Clin ton, I'liirnliam Yillnge, Fast Burnhiim, Troy Centre, Troy, North Dixmont, North Ncivburgli, North 11,'iniiHlcn, West Hampden, nud Hamp den, to Bangor. From Watorville, by lairUoUl Laroqc, Cioow la, to Nori'idgcwock. From Watowillc, by Kend.iU' Mills, and Benton, to Unity. k From Walerville, by Bcnlon, Cluiton, Uurn hiun Village, East PittshVld, Detroit, Plyiuuujtbv Etna Centre, Carmel, and Hurnion, to Bangor. From Watcrboro Corners, by Liiuoiioj und I U mingtoii, to Stundish, . From WaUlubi)ro, Jiy Suu,tlv Wuldolioro, nud Frioudship; to dishing. From Water ford, by North Wnlcrfurd, East .Slonchain, North Lovell, and Centre Luvell. to Lovell. ' ' From Wilton, by Noilh Wilton, to Teninla Mills. 1 From Wiuthrop, by Wayne. East Livermoro. North Liverniore, Cantou. D''.ficld, Meiico East lUimfiird, to Bryant's Pond. From Wimhrop, by Wayne, Nurtli Leeds,. North Turin r Bridge, North Turner, South Stratford, Bucklield, West Rucklleld, uud Pa ris to Sou lh Paris. From Wiseassi't, by Dresden Mills and Dro s den, to Ilichmoud. From Wiscassd, by .Una, Whitfield, iiudEn'i Pittston, and Piltstoi'i, to Gardener. From Wiscas.set, by North Edgccoiub, Edge comb, Nortli Bootlibay, and Boothbiiy, tu IMg-son's-Mills, From Yarniflulh, by North Yarmoiitli, Ea North Yarmouth. Poland, West Durnain, lur liam, T'inbon, Webster, uud Wales, to Mua-mouth, Greonwood, Loeko's Mills, to Betiiel. Froiu South Paris to ivorwny. NEWII.IMPSIIIRE, From .linherst, by Milfi.nl, East Wilton, Wil ton, Míiboii, and Mason Nillage, to New Ips- From Berlin Falls, bv Berlin, tu Millan. From Bradford, by .Newbury and Newport, to Cluremont. From Bristol, by Bridg"v.iter and Hebron, to Groton. From Bristol, by BriJgiW.iter and West I'lv mouth, to Itiimnoy. From Brookline tc Railroad Deput atl'eppor yille. From Canterbury Depot, bv Canlerl url 'o .Slrik.ir Villa'"'. " From Cliarlestown, by .Icworlh, to Lempstir. Fruu Chester, by Ueny, to Lawrence Mas saehusetts. From Claroinont, by Covnish. Flats, Mariden, and East Plainlield, (o Lebanon. From Concord, by West Concord, Hopkinton, Contotook Yillago, Warner, Bradfurd, Newbu ry, and Newport, to Chiremont. rroiu toncoM, by canterbury. .Sunbormoit Bridge, Sanbornlon, East .Sanb'orntoii, North .S'nnbornton, Lake Village, New I lampion, We ir's Bridge, Meredith Yillnge, Ilolderness, Ply mouth, West Plymouth, Ruinuey, West Kuni dcv, aud Woutworth, to Wurrcii. From Concord, by Chichester, North Ches ter, PittsliclJ, Bariistead, Strull'ord, and Ba rington, to Dover. I'roni Concord, by London, London Briilgo, and Gilmanton, to Giltnniiion Iron Works.- From Concord, by London, London Centre.. Lower Giloiauton, und Gilmuuion Iron Works, to Alton. From Concord, by North Dumbarton, to Duinburton, From Concord, by West Concord Mast Yard. Hopkinton, Coutotook I'llluge, and Warner, to Bradford. From Concord, bv Fisherville, BoscayrcnySa lisbury, Franklin, L'ust Andovcr, Andovor, West Andovcr, Danbury, Graflun, Centre, East Ca iman, Canaan, Enlield, West Caimiin, North Eulield, East Sebanon, Lebanon, West Leba non, to White, River Junction, Vermont, sixty nine miles and back, t waive times week, with a, bntnoli from Franklin, by Hill, to Bristol. From Concord, by Pembroko, dllcntown,' South Dceifield, Candía, Raymond; Epping, Strntham, and (r'roenlnnd, to Portsmouth. From Concord, by Chichester, F.nipson, West Northwood, East Norlhwoud und Nuttioghum Turnpike, to Durham. From Concord, by Hooksct, Autoskeag, Man chestor, Heed's Ferry, Thornton's Ferry' Nas hua, Tyngsborough", Massachusetts, North Chelmsford, and Middlesojt Yillago td Lowell. From Coutotouk Village, by Henuikor, to Hillsboro Bridge From Conway, by North Conway, I.oworBar tlett, l!nrtlet),llori's Location, Crawford Ho use, White Mountain, and Balilclieiu, to Little ton. From Dorcr; by Conio, Rochester, Farming ton, New Durham, Downing' Mills, and Al ton, to Alton Buy. From Dover, by North Harrington, cAralTurd Comers, and North Strafford, lo North Baru stc.ul. From Dublin, by Harrsvillo and Nelson, to Munsonvillo. From East Wilton, by Peterborough, Dublin, and Marlborough, to lvoenc. From East Wilton, by South Lyndeboriiugli, (iroondold, Hancock, South Stoddard, Stoddard, Marlon, aud New Aleload, to Paper Mill, Vit íligo. . ' From r.ppinr, by Nottingham. NorlUwood. and Epson, to Pittsliold. Prom Errolt to Lottor B. (Cofifnttirf on fourth jpiy) \n\n I lo 't'.ll 'lis. I Fr.Mii l!.u;.;'r. by X-: 1 wit. H'iger.-' ('orli"rs, S I ' rimia, (Joriinii.i C"iil i j Fiom 1). if i-'. Ir, I. .is! r "..r--; w-11 V, In I'i OKI and fiom the ,f.., '"'I as the wiciv. From Barringlon, l v Centre Strafiiird nndi Centre Barnstead, to Barnsieii.l.