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, 2,V5. From Pittabutar, by Etna, Dorseyville, Ru
tat Ridge, and Culmerville. to Snlenburg, 21 miles
and back, once a week. Leave Pittsburg: Friday at
6a m; arrive at Saaeonbarg hi a p tn. Leave Sax
enburg Thursday at 5 a in; arrive-at Pittsburg by
' 28fie. From Pittsbarg, by Buchanan, Ormsby, and
Hope Charch, to Street's Run. 12 miles and back:
twice daily, except Sunday. to Bttahanan, and twice
a Week residue. Bidders will propose a schedule of
departures and arrivals satisfictory to the-postmas
ters at terminal °taco.
MTh From Greensburg. by liarrisni \ illity, Manor
Dale, Mnrraysyille, Sardis, and Near Texas, to Par
naasus, 28 miles and back, twice a week. Leave
Greensburg Wednesday and Saturday at 9% a m
'arrive at-Parnassus by 5 p In. Leave Parnassus
Tuesday and Friday at 931: a m; arrive at Greens
burg by oi4 P in.
2938. rom Greensburg, by New Alexandria ,
• Harvey's Five Points, and Salem Cross Roads, to
• Greensburg, equal to 13 miles and back, six times a
week. Leave Greensburg daily, except. SUndaY, at
12 in: arrive at Salem Cross Roads by o p in. Leave
Salem'Cross Roads daily, except Sunday, at 6 a at:
arrive at Greensburg by 9 a
2639. From , -Mount Pleasant, by Pennsville, to
Connellsvillelo miles and back, three times a week.
Leave,Mount Pleasant Tuesday. Thursday and
gaudly at 4 p rls ; arrive at Connellsville by 7 p m.
Leave Connelltwille Tuesday, Thursday and ,Satur
day at 1 p Da: arrive at Mount Pleasant by 3ii p
2640.- - Fram McKean's OM Stand, by New Stan
ton, Walt's , ills, Madison, and Fulton, to Tinker
Run 2'2 miles and back, three times a week. Leave
Mel ean's Old Stand Tuesday, Thursday and Satuf
day at 6a m: arrive at Tinker Run by, 12 m. Leave
-Tinker Run Tuesday, Thursday and aaturday at 2
pm: arrive at McKean's Oil Stand by-8 pm.
2641. From Ligonier. by Oak Grove Furnace and
Riilview, to West Fairfield, 11 miles and back, once
a waak. Leave Ligonier Saturday at S a rn; arrive
•at West Fairfield by n in. Leave West Fairfield
aatardaynt 1p m arrive-at Ligonier by 4 P in.
, 2614 From Ligonier, by Btablstonm, to Donegal,
4.lsmiles and back, once a week. Leave Ligonier
',Fridley at Sane ; arrive at - Do:legal by 12 in. Leave
Donegal Friday at 1 p ; arrive at Ligonier by 5
p m.. ,
2643, From Lockport Stattan to West Fairfield, 3
miles and'lmok, six times a we...li. Bidders will pro
pose a schedule to connect with railroad, and that
will ho Atisfactiny to the postmasters at terminal
44. From Branch Junction, by _
Black Lick 'Station, and Philip's Millss - , to Indiana,
20 utiles and back daily by railroad, andby asched
ule satisfactory to the Deptinent..
From Blairsville, lry Livermore, to Salts
bur?, 12 miles and back six times a week. Leave
Blairsville daily, except Sunday, at 9-a m; arrive-at
,by 1 p In. Leave Sultsbnrg daily, except
Sunday, at 2 p m ; arrivcat Blairevitle by 6 p m.
,_•3310. From Indiana, by Shelonta, Elderton,
Whitesbarg, Blanket. Hill, Rittanuing, Worthing
ton, and Coyleville, to Butler, 4SI; rubes and back,
twice a week. Leave Indiana tuesday and Friday
at 5 a to: arrive at Butler by 43 p in; Leave Butler
Monday and Thursday at 5 a m ; arrive at Indiana
by 6 p
2617 front Indiana, by Rayne, Home, Brady.
Murchland, ' Covode, Ptins utu wnoy; Oliveburgh,
Cool Spring.. nod Stanton, to Brookville. 49 1 4 mites
and back three times a -week. Leave Indiana
Monday, IVeduestlay and Friday. at 7a m ; arrive
at Brookville - .text days by STI m: LeaVe Brooklle
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 a rn; athve
at Indiana next days by 5 p in.
1648 • From Insliana, by. Ciinibersville.' Willet,
and Plumvitle, to Smicksbneg, •'!. miles and back,
twice a week. Zeuvc lnaiana M - oaday and Thurs
day, at 5 a in ; arrive at Sinicksburg by 10
Leave Smicksburg. Monday and Thursday at 12 tn ;
arrive at Indiana by 5p m. -
2349 Front Indiana, by Penn jinn, Mitchell's
Mills, Mints Newman's Mills, Patebinsville, Burn
side, Neyv Washington,.Ostead, Chest, Bower, and
Granaplan , Rills, to Curwinsville, 62 miles and back,
twice a'week. ' Leave Indiana Monday and Thurs
day at 5' a to ; thrive nt Cttrwiusville next days by
am: Lear, Curwin , ville Tuesday anti Friday
at ; a II • r next days 'by 8P M.
265k1 It li.a.amt..to Brush ;alley, 7 miles and
back, three times a a eat. Leave Indiana Tuesday,
Tdursday and ;Saturday at 1 p in ; arrive at Brash -
Vane- Lcdre Bru-11 Valley Tuesday,
Sad. :4t12 m; orris e at Indiana
by _ 4 , m. •
;.,kioi From. ;.aliana, by Kent, Ebenezer, Clarks
burg, bider_' t4v,;Guth.Bend, West
anh I . • Llihtia, equal to 20
n;0. • , ...`• a 'A oak. Leave Indi
stria i. eduesday :tad Friday - at sain ; ar
rtve at I.4ltoria by 8 p m,
2tt. hota zia.ltshurg, Coalport;lKishkimini
_Ms Apollo', and i.eechburg, to s*atricy Station, 27%
- miles nod back, tutee time, a'week to Apollo, and
az thous a Week the re:idite: Leave Saltsburg
iTuesdo Thug-.'day and Saturday at 1p m: arrive
at ApLoio by o p in. Leave Apollo Tuesday, Thurs
day am: Saturday at ala ; arrive at Saltsburg by
11 am. Leave Apollo tiatly,o..xeopt Sunday, at
p aarfive_at .-qtarley Station by 4 p in. Leave
Shirley •ztatiou al.Atyi except Sunday, at 10 am; ar
rive at Apulia, by 1.: an.
2053 ,rout Sall,burg, to Perryton, 5 miles and
beek e o4ce a- week. Leave Saltsburg Saturday at
31 a ; arrive at Peen iton by 12 in. Leave Perry
ton - Saturday, at .1 u m; arrive at Saltsburg by 10
2654 k.'ront Home. bj Olen Oak and iklahoning,
to Smitten, -13 tuilesf and back, three times a week.
.T,odve dome Tueoday, Thursday add Saturday at . 1
tin; arrive at bulitten by 5 p ln. Leave Smitten
uesday, Thursdni and Saturday at 8 ru ; arrive at
°me. by'l2 m. •
• 2655 From 31ahoning- by Decker's Point, Purchase
. Line, and Hillsdale, to New man's Mills, 21 milesand
back, twice a week. Leave Mahoning Tuesday and
. Fiikturday, at 11 a m ; arrive at Newman's Mills,by
pm. Leave I:iewiiiati's Mills Monday and Friday
'at a ; arrive at Mahoning by 2p m. • '-
2656 From Cresson, - by-Munster, to Ebensburg, 12
tail and back, twice daily, except Sunday, by
rails . and by a schedule satisfactory to the De
Flinn Cressoil, to Loretto, 4 miles and back,
AUL mar a week. Leave Cresson daily, except
Sunday at 10 am ; arrive at Loretto by 11 a m.—
Leave tp• retto except Sunday, at 7p m; ar
,rive at resson by S -
Z. 53 'r sin Ltiretto, by Chess Springs & Saint Au-
Igustinejallen Timber, Roseland, and U tahville, to
,Smith's Mills, 14:i miles and back, three times a
week to Saint Augustine, and twice a Greek the res
idue. Leave Loretto Monday, Thursday, and Sat
urday at 11 a m ; urrive at St Augustine by 3 n.rn.—
; Leave St Augustine Alondyy, Thursdyy and Satur
day at 3%,p m_; arrive at Loretto by 7p m. Leave
ISt AugustineTue.sdus and Friday at 6 am ; arrive
at Smitll's Mills by
.11 a in. Leave Smith's Mills
Tuesday and Friday at 1 p in arrive at St. Augustine
by 6 p
359 From Ebensburg, by Carrollton:l, Platte
ville, and East Ridge, to Newman's Mills, miles
and back, three, times a week. Leave Ebensburg
Tuesday, Thursday and,Saturday at 12% pm • ar
rive at N ewman's Mills by 8:4 p ru. Leave 'ilea.-
man's Mills Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8
8. in: arrive id Ebensburg by 4p m, •
2660. From Ebensburg, by Bethel Station, Nolo,
and Delhi, to Indiana, al miles and back, once a
week. Leave Ebensburg Monday at 8 a m,• arrive
at Indiana by 4 m. Leave Indiana Tuesday at 8
am ; arrive at Ebensburg by 4 p m. •M6I. From Clearfield, by Curwinsvill, Forest,
' Luthersburg, Jefferson Line, Reynoldsville, Brook
ville, Corsica, and Strattouville, to Clarion, 59 miles
and bulk, six times a week. Leave Clearfield did
• ly, except Sunday, on arrival of mail from Tyrone
—say at 7 p ; arrive at Cnrivinsville by 8% p in.—
. _Leave Cnrwinsville daily, except Sunday, at 9 p m ;
arrive at Clearfield by 10% p m. Leave Curwins
vile daily, except Sanday, at 4 am; arrive at Clari-,
on by 8 p m. Leave Clarion daily, except Sun
_day, at 4% a in; ' arrive at Curwinsville by 8%
2661 From Clearfield, by Pennfield, Tyler!, Cale
donia, and Kersey's, to Ridgeway, 44 miles and
back, twice a week. Leave Clearfield Tuesday and
Saturday at 6 a in; arrive at Ridgeway by 8 p in.—
',Gaye Ridgeway Monday and Friday at 6a m ; ar
i4ve at Clearfield by 8 p m.
2663 From Clearfield, by Shawsville, Bald Hill,
Leconte's Mills; Frenchville, and Karthou.s, to Salt
Lick, 32 miles and back, twice a week. Leave
. Clearfield Monday and Friday at 8a m ; arrive at
Salt hick by 4 p tn. Leave Salt Lick Tuesday
and Saturday at 8a m ; arrive at Clearfield .by 4
p rth •
ai64. From Jeffries, by Clearfieldßridg_e, to Clear
field, 16 miles and back, twice a week. Leave 'Jeff
ries Monday and Friday at I p in; arrive at Clear
fiehrby 5,p tn. Leave" Clearfield Monday and :Fri
day' at 6-a m ; arrive at Jeffries by 10 am.
21165 From Curwinsville, by Bloomville and New
Millport, to Ansonville, 13 miles and bank, once a
week Leave Curwinsville Saturday at 8a m ; ar
. rive at Ansonville by 12 m. Leave Ansonville Satur
day at 1 p m; arrive at Curviineville by 5 p m.
'2666. %From enrwinsville to Lumber City, 6 miles
t a .41 back, three times a week. Leave Curwinsville
;day, Thgrsday,Wnd SatundaY at 6a m ; -arrive
I.:l.lllnber City by 8a m. Leave Lumber CRY
T,-,sday, Thursday and Saturday at 8% a m; arrive
us. Curwinsville by 10% a m.
1667, From Luthersburg, by Troutville. Big Run,
Bell's Mills, ?unxutawnoy, Covode and Smitten.
• to limieksiburg, 32% miles and back, twice a week.-
- Leave Luthersburg Tuesday_ and Saturday at 8 a
; arr_tve'at Smicksburg by op m. Leave Smicks
burg Monday and Friday at 8 a in; arrive at Lu
thersburg by 6p m.
2668. From New Washington, by Chest, Cush,
Horton's, and Canoe Ridge, to Punxutawney, 21
miles and back, twice a week. Leave Now Wash
• ington Tuesday and Saturday at 8a m ; arrive at
Punxidawney by 2p m. Leave Puns utawn ey Mon
bY and Friday at 10 a m ; arrive at New Washing -
, ton 4 nl•
. a"69. From Ansonville, by Ileigarvey's and West
over's,•to East Ridge, 16 miles and back, once a
week. Leave Ansonville-Saturday at 7 a in; arrive
•at East Ridge . by 12 m. Leave East Ridge Monday
at I p in: arrive at Ansonville by 6-p m.
• 2670. From Williams' Grove to Graliamton., 3
miles and back, three times a week. Leave Will
iams' Grove Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 9
m ; arrive at Grahamton by 10 a in. Leave Gra
burden Monday, Thursday, and Saturday at 8 a ni;
arrive at Williams' Grove by 9 a in.
2671. From Iteyngldsville to Rockdale Mills.
and Niel:, once a week,. Leave Roynoldsville
Saturday at 1p m ; arrive at Rockdale Mills b;\3 1 ,4
pm. Maya, Rbektiale Mills Baturday at 834 aM •
arrive at Keynoldsville by 11 a in.
372. - From Punxutawney, by Frostburg. SPratil
kle's Mills, and Packer, to Summersville, M miles
and back, once a week. Leave PutnxutawneyWod
uesday at S aat ; - arrive at Summersville by SP in. I
Leave Suinateraville Thursday at Bara ; arrive at
PiinxutawneY by 3 p m.
2673. From Brookville, by Sigel and Clarington,
to Marionville, 26 miles and back once a week.—
Leave Brookville Thursday at 7 a in:- arrive at
Marionville by 5 p m. Leave M'arionville Friday
ac 7a m Larrive at Brookline by Pm. -
Z 74. From Brookville, by Stanton, Ringgold and
Hamilton, to Smitten, 24 miles and hack. once a
week. Leave Brookville Saturday at 6 a in; arrive
at Smitten by 2p In. Leave Smitten Monday at 6 I
a m : arrive at Brookville by 2 p Pl.
2675. From Brookville, by 3nramersville, Shan- •
nondale, Kerr's Store, New Bethlehem,. Oakland.
Red Bank Furnace, and Orravilte, to Ksttaning,42
-miles and back, six times a week. Leave Brook
villa daily, except Sunday at 4 a•m; arrive at -Kit
tanning by 4 p in. Leave Kittanning daily,. except
Sunday, at 11 a m ; arrive Brookline by 11 p m.
2676. From Brookville, by Warsaw, Brockvras
rine, Little Toby, Hellen. and 'Brandy Camp, 4 -to
Ridgeway,4l miles and back, twice a week. Leave
Brookville Tuesday and Saturday at 6 a m; arrive
at Ridgeway by 7 p m. Leave Ridgeway Monday •
and Friday at 6 a m ; arrive at Brookville by 7p m.
Mil. From Brookville, by Riehardsville. SebatT
nor's Corners, Arroyo; and LakeiCity, to Ridgeway,
37 miles and back, once a week. Leave Brookville
Saturday at 7 a m•, arrive at Ridgway-by 6 p. tn.--
Leave Ridgeway Friday at 7 a at; arrive at Brook
ville by 6 p m.
M7B A From Kittanning,-bi.West Valley, Oscar.
Echo, and Belknap, to Daytot 20 miles and back.
twice a week. Leave Kittanning Tuesday and Fri
day after arrival of the Pittsburg mail—say at 10
; arrive at Dayton by 4 p tn. • Leave Dayton Mon
day and Thursday at 8 am; arrive at Kittanning by
2670, From Kittanning, by Rimersburg, Water
town's Ferry,Lawsonham, Cut'llsville, and Raids
brag, to Clarion; Si miles and back, six times a
week. Leave Kittanning daily; except Sunday,. at
11 am; arrive at Clarion by 10 p in. Leave Clarion
daily, except Sunday, at 4 a ml; arrive at Kittan
ning by 3 - p m.
2680, Front Kittanning, by! Cowaneville and
Act to 'Brady:s 10 4 4 id back.
.dams. to 'Bradyrs _Bend; 16riles am . clack, six
times a week. Leave Kitta ming daily, except
Sunday, on arrival of mail by railroad—say at D. a
rir ; arrive at Brady's Bond by 4 p In. Leave Bra
dy's Bend daily, except SundaY, at 10 a m: arrive
at Kittanning ky 3 p m.
2611. From Kittanning, by !Rural Valley, Bar
nards, Dayton, and Smicksburg, to If ahoning. 30
.miles arid back, twice a week, Leave Kittanning
Monday and Friday on.arrivall of mail from Pitts
burg--say at 10 a m ; arrive at Mahoning by 8 p in.
Leave Mahoning Tuesday, andiSaturdaY at 5 a
arrive at Kittanning by 3 p m.
2682. From Kittanning, y. Pine Township,
Scrubgrass, Putneyville, Eddyville, Phtenix, Porter.'
Hamilton, and Frostburg; to Punxutawricy, 43 miles
and back, twice a week. LeaVe Kittanning Tees=
day and Friday at 6 a in: arriVe at Punxutawney by'
p LearePanxutawney Wednesday and Sat
urday at 6 a mA arrive at Kittanning by 9 p m.
XS& From Freeport to Slate Lick, 7 miles and
back, three times a week. Leave Freeport Tuoiday
- Thursday and Saturday at 11 a m; arrive at Sluts
Lick by 119 in. Leave Slate Lick Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday at 2 pin; arrive at Freeport by
4 p •
2684. From Kelly's tßation to Cochran's Mills,
miles and back, twice a reek. Leave Kelly's
Stition Wednesday and Satuity 9% 2 ' am: arrive
at Cochran's Mills by 11% a in. Leave Coehran's
Mills Wednesday an Saturday at 7am ; arrive at min on, New Castle, toss Cut, Scountncleion,
Kelly's Station by 9a m: I and Marion . , to Eaton Valley, 31 miles and back, six
3385. From Aaiollo. by Spring Church, Long Run, times a wear.. Leave Mercer daily, except Sunday,
and Olivet, to Elder's Ridge, 13 miles and back, at 1 p iir; . -arrive at Enon Valley by 9 p in. Le ve
three timeSa week. Leave If;pello Tuesday, Thurs- Enon Valley daily, except Sunday, on anis- of
day and Saturday at Ipta ive at Elder's Ridge the mail from Pittsburg-say at 4aln ; arriy at
by 5p m. Leave Elder's Ridge Tuesday, Thursday Meteor by 12 m. -
and Saturday at 7 a ni; arriv? at Apollo by 11 am. ' 2722 From Mercer, by Delaware Grove and New
XB6. From Brady's Bend by Catfish Furnace, Hamburg, to West Greenville 18 miles and back;
Black Fox, and Stant's Sto -e, to Callensburg, lb six times a week. Leave Mercer daily,i except
miles and hack, twice a week. Leave Brady's Bend Sunday, at Ixiin ; arrive at West Greenville by i 6 P
Tuesday. and Saturday at 7a m; arrive at Callens- I in. Leave West Greenville (lady, except Sunday,
burg by 12 in. Leave Callensburg Tuesday and - at 7 a m; arrive at Mercer by 12-m.
Saturday at Ip_ m; arrive at Brady's Bend by 6 am. 2703. From Mercer. by Worth, Hill, Liennidige,
'...a387. From Lawrenceburg lby Matildaville, West Sharon, Brookfield. 0., Vienna, and flowlan, , to
Freedom, Callansburg, and l Piney, to Clarion, 24 Warren, 32 miles and back, three times a wee .-
miles and back, twice a week. Leave Lawrence- Leave Mercer Monday, Wednesday and Friday,at 1
burg . Tuesday and Satunlay at 5 a in; arrive -at pin ; arrive at Warren next days by s l2 in. baave
Clarion by 12 rn. Leave elation Tuesday and Sat- IlVarren Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2% p
urday at 1 p in; arrive at Lalwrencoburg by 8 p tn. •In ; arrive at Mercer next days by 1% p in. Primo
-2688. From Clarion, by lFrampton and Lime- i;sals to end at Brookfield arc invited,
stone, to Kingsville, 12% - miles and back: c - 2724. From .'fiercer -by Wolf Creek, Harris - 'twce aweek. Leave Clan an Tuesday and Satur- l:Anondale, litena, Murrinsville, Bovard's a
day at 8 ami arrive at Kingeville by 12 in. Leave • and Mania Furnace,-to Lawrenceburg, 42 miles
Kingsville Tuesday and Saturday at 12%p in ; arrive ;. back; otfee a week. Leave Mercer Tuesday at
at Clarion by 4%p m.
. 1 - ', m : arrive al Lawrenceburg by 6 p tn. Leave
• 2689. From Clarion, by L cinda Furnace, Tylera- , renceburg Wednesday at' 6a m ; arrive at Mer 6
burg, • Nebraska, ' Tionesta, Stewa'srt Run, and .6 p in,
Lamb's, to Pleasantville, 38 imiles- and back, three ; 2725. From Mereer, by - Worth and West Mi die
times a week. Leave Clarkin Monday, Wednesday ; sex, to Youngstown, O. 24 miles and back. hree
and Friday at 6 a In; arrive at Pleasantville by 6 p I times a week. Leave Mercer Tuesday, Thu sday
in. Leava Pleasantville Tuesday, Thursday and and Saturday at Ipin ; arrive at Youngstown by 8
Saturday at Gam ;,arrive at Clarion by 6p m, l p in. Leave Youneatown Monday, Weilnlii and
2690. F r om Clarion; lay Shippensville, Kossuth. ' _Friday at 7a ma arrive at Mercer by 2 p in.
Cass, and Cranberry, to Franklin, 29 miles and ba&k, ; 2726. From Sheakleyville, by Sandy Crock and
six times a week. Leave Clarion daily ex- Grinners, to Sutton's Corners, 9 mules and - back,
cept Sunday, at 6 a ra: arrive at Franklin by 3 p in, twice a week. Leave Skins kleyadle 'l'uosdnyl and
. Leaye Franklin daily, except Sunday. at 1 p m, or:: Friday at 8 am; arrive at Sutton's' Corners by 111 a
on arrival of cars from Mesdville; arrive at Clarion,, ni. Leave Sutton's Corner's Tuesday, and. 'Friday!
by lop m. I ; at 2 . p m : arrive at Sheakleyville by 5p m,I
2691. From Strattonaille, by Helen -Furnace., 2.727. From Agnew's Mills. by Lamartine - Soifer-
Scotah Hill, Tylersburg, and North Pine Grove, to I son Furnace, and Knox, to Shippensville, f 9 miles
Mationville, 29 miles and back, once aweek. Leave ; and back, once a week: Leave Atin q ew' Mills
Strattonville Tuesday at 6lt in; arrive - at Marion-' Wednesday at 6a m : arrive at Shippetervilo'h • 11- a
villa by 4p m. Leave Marianville Thursday at 6a: in. Leave Shippeusville Wednesday at 1 p : ar-;
in; arrive at Strattonville by 4 p in. i rive at Agnew's Mills by 6 p in. -
2692. From Strattonville, by Fisher and Kahle's; i 272 a. From Emlenton, be Ellsworth and lalwf
to Clarington, 18 miles add back. once a iveck.-; renceburg, to Brady's Bend, 17 milta and back,
Leave Strattonvillo Monday at 7a m; arrive at three times a -week. Leave Emlenton Al nilay.,'
-12 in. Leave Clarington Monday at 1 Wednesday and Friday at 12 m: arrive at 11 attly's
P in; arrive at Strattonvilie by 6 p in. • Vend by 6 p ni. Leave , Brady's Bend Tu lay,
aitti. From Shippensville, by Lucinda Furnace Thursday. and Saturday at 6 a in; arrive at Emden
and Fryburg, to Tylersburg, 26 and back, twice a • ton by 12 lna
week. Leave Shippansville Wednesday and Smolt.- 1 2729. From Emlenton, by Big Bend, Clintonville
day at 1 p us• arrive at Tylersburg by 7 pm. Leave Kilgore, Wesley„ Ccntretown, and lrislitiaru, to
i Tylersburg Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a In: ar- : Mercer. 34% miles and back. ',nee a week. Leave
1 rive at Shmponsville by 12, m. , • Emlenton eaturday at 6aln ; arrive at Merger by
2694. From Catlettsburg to Rimersburg, 8 miles 6 p nu. ' Leave Metter Friday at 6 am; ai mai at
and back, once a week. Leave Canonsburg Thurs- ! Emlenton by 6 p rd.
day at 6 a in: arrive at Ritnersburg by 9 am. Leave . 2730. From 1. ranklin by Polk. alaPe Grove
Itimersbrirg Thursday at 10 am; arrive at Callens- dersom Perrin[!, and Satterfield. to Mercer, :a
burg by 1 p in. Proposals for more frequent service, and back, six times a week. - Leave Franklin
not exceeding three trips a week, are invited, , , except Sunday. at 7am ; arrive at Mercer by
'_ali9s. From Callensburg, by Alum Rock aaMSairit Leave Mercer daily, except Swbia, at 2 p i
Petersburg, to Emlenton 12 miles and back, once , a rive nt Franklin by 9 p in. - . •
week. Leave Catlettsburg Mondayet 1 pm; arrive .;_ 2731. From Franklin. by till City, Plainer,
at Emlenton by - 5 p-m. Leave Endenton Monday Pet rv, Steam Mills. 1111(11 . 14101111:. to livine,
at 8a m : arrive at Callensburg by 12 In. -a . and hack, six times a week. -Leavelatinicial
96. From New Bethlehem, by Leatherood. except Sunday, at 6ain ; arrive at Irrine by
Brinkerton; and New Springfield to Curllsville, 12 Leave Irvine daily. except Sunday, nth a ant
1 miles and back, twice a week. Leave New Bethle- - at-Franklin by 9 p in.
hem Tuesday and Saturday at Ipin ; arrive at Curtis- 2732. From Franklin, lay Dem psevtiwn mill Cher
villa by 4 pin. Leave Curllsville Tuesday and Sat- ra Tree, to Titusville, 20 finites and back. thr e times
urday at Ba. m', arrive at New Bethlehem by Ilii m. a week. Leave Franklin Monday, Watacsi ay amid
2'697. From Butler, by Holyoke. Connersville, Friday at 7ain ; arrive at Titusville ha 3 I, im
, Anandale, Mena, Martinsville, and Clintonville, Leave Titusville Tuesilay,Thursday, sad Saturday
to East Sandav, 36 mile S and back, twice a week,- 'at 7 -it in; arrive at Frani( lin-by 3 p in.
Leave Butler Monday and Friday at 6a m ;., arrive 2733. From Franklin, by Cooperstown, Siinville,
at East Sandy by 7 p in. I Leave East Sandy Taes- ' and Wallaceville, to Plain. '2O miles mil back, twice
day auctSaturday at 6 a lui ; arrive at Butler by 7 ' a week. Leave Iranklin alond a y min s Th u s s ,tay at
p in. - l , . ;1 p in; arrive at Saltville by' 6 p In. leave Sunville
2398. From Butler, by Saxonburg, Sarvorsyille, Monday and Thursday at 7 a in; arrive at Itrankliu
Freeport, Shearer's Cross Roads, McLaughlin's by 12 m. Leave Saltville Tuesday awl Sri ay at 7
Store, North Washington, and Oakland Cross Roads: ain ; arrive at Plain by 9%a at. Lame Plur Tut's
to-Salem Cross Roads, .43, Miles and back, twice a day and Friday at 9% a 11l :. arrive at Suu 'ille by
week. Leave Butler fuoirlay)and Saturday at 5 a 12 ni.
int arrive at Salem Cross Roads by Bti tn. Leave •! - , , 34. Frorfss.Franklin, by Utica. Frond
Salem Cross Roads Monday /and Friday at 5a m ; New Lebanon. New Vernon, ' Shenkleyvi
arrive at Butler by 8 p in. , I Salein, to Wain Greenville,
.34 miles awl bat
'2 3 99. From Butler, b ' 1„ .... 4 .. ,.1.0unt Oh _nut Prospect, • a week. Leave Franklin ilturailay at 7a 1
'Porteraville, and Prince on, to Now Castle, 28 miles nt Greenville by 5 p in. ' Letije Gremlin le
and back, twice a week. Leave Butler Monday day at 7ain ; arrive at Franklin by 5 o in.
and Thursday at 6 a in; !arrive at New Castle by 2 sills to commoneo at Utica arli invited,
Pm. Leave Now Casale Tuesday and Friday at 62735. -From Franklin, by- Seneca, Ten Si
am; arrive at Butler ba 2 p in. . ' lons, Portia's, President Funinee, ianevi
2700. From Butler, bs North Oakland, Barnhart's Fryl 0 -g, to Tylersbursa- 43 miles and back,
Mills, Baldwin, and Bruin, to Lawrenceburg, a 5 ; week. Leave Franklin Monday and flair
miles and back, twice Oreek. Leave Bailor Mon- ain ; arrive at Tylersburg by 9 p fin hear
day and Friday at 9 a n 3: arrive at Lawrenceburg i burg Tuesday and Friday at 10 a la; arrive
by 6 p in. Leave Laivranceburg Tuesday and Sat- , klin by 6 put. ' '
urday at 8a mi arrive at Butler by 5 p_rn. , 1 2736. From Franklin. by Rankin's], 1
2701. From Butler, by Petersburg, Break .Neck, Porterfield, and Agnew's Mills, to Ends
MA Zelienople, to Newlßrighton, 29 miles and back. miles and back, olive aweek. heave Ftauk
once a week,With two additional trips a - week be- msday at 7ain t arrive at Cadential by
tween Break Neck and I Zelienople. Leave Butler Leave Emlenton Tuesday at 7 a In; drivel
Wednesday at 7 a m;-strive at New Brighton by 5 klin by 3p in.
p a in. Leave Ntiw Brigbton Thursday at 7 a in; ar- t.'737.. 1. rom Tionesta. by'Howe, ,to Tic
at Butler by 5 p alt Leave Zelienople Monday miles and back, mate a week: Lan vo 'Done
and Fridayat 1 p m; arrive at Break Neck by 3 day atlpm: arrive at Tidionte by 7a I
D in. Leave Break Neck Monday and Friday 'at 4 'Cidionto Monday at 6a m; arrive at 'Bon
p in; arrive at Zelienople by 6 p in. 111.
2701 From Butler, by Boydstown, North Hope, 2738. From Claringtnn, by Millstone an
and Andersoaat-Mills, to Emlenton, 30 miles- and . . Mills. to, Arroyo. 18 miles mind hack, once
back, twice a week. Leavp Butler Tuesday, and ; Leave Clarington Saturday at 7 a in;
Saturday at 6a m; alive at Emlenton by 4 p in.- ; Arroyo by 12 in. Leave Arroyo Saturday
Leave Emlenton Monday and Friday at 6 a in; In- ' 'nice at Clarington by 6 p us.
rive at Butler by 4p m,.• - • 1 2739. From Ridgeway, by New Highlan
2703. From Baldwia, to Adams, 10 miles' and I Sold, 18 miles and back once a week, Is
back, twice a week. Leave; Baldwin Wednesday ! s i
ay Wednesday at 6 a n; arrive at Sh ,
and Saturday at 9 a m4arrive at Adams by 1.1 am. a. Leave Sheffield Wednesday at Ip"
Leave Adams Wednesday and Saturday on ar- it Ridgeway by 7, In. Proposals,to_. ea
'rival of the Pittsburg mail-say at 3 p in; arriyi lighland aro invited.
at Baldwin by 5 p in. - 2740 From Ridgeway, by Williams Ville
2704. From Saxonbarg, by Double Sale and Me- llermontville; and Kamm, to Smitlipo
lissadale, to'Slate Lick, 13 miles and back, once n ,m 1 back ~ three times a week. Leave
week. Leave Saxonbrg Saturday at 8a m; arrivi denday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6 a
at Slate Lick by 12 m. Leave - Slate' iok Saturday it Smithport by 7 p in. Leave Smithpor
at 1 p m_t arrive at S xouburg by ,p M. - fhurstlay and Saturday at 6 a in; arrive
270.5 From Harmon, by Middl Lancaster,;Por- ray by 7 In ,
tersville, Willie Roy, Harlensburg, and Leesburg. 2741. Fr P
om Caledonia to Earthons, riles and
to Mercer. 31 miles an back, six times a week.-- nick, once aweek. Leave Caledonia onday at 7
Leave Harmony daib,, except Sunday, after arrive,' i iri ; arrive at Karthousby7po m. Leave Karthous
of the Pitiliharg tuail" L ses . at 3 p int arrive at Mar' Fuosslay at 7 a Ini; arrive at Caledonia by 710 tn.
ear by 9 p in. Leave Mercer daily, exempt Sunday. 2742. From Caledonia, by Benesette end Hick's
at 5 a iii ; arrive at Hrmony by 11 a in. Rum to Second Fork 24 miles and back, ore a week.
2 : 706 • From' Bro • ington, by Harrisaille DV; Leave Caledonia Friday at-9 am; arriv at Second
Wesley to Franklin, miles and back, six times a Fork by 6p m. Leave Second Fork Satirday at 9 a
week. Leave Brown ngtan daily, except Sunday. , m in
: arrive at Caledonia by 6 p .
at 10 Pm; arrive at ranklin next days by 10 a au. 1 2743. From Hellen, by Kersey; to Behtinger, 14
Leave Franklin daily, except Sunday, at 6p m; ar- i idles and back, once a week. Leave .11 hen Mon
rive at Brownington next days by 4 a ra, i lay at 10 am; arrive at Bensinger by 2 in. Leave
2707. From Coyleville, by Foster's Mills, Adams. l Bensinger Monday at 3 p in; arrive at ellen by-7
and Sharret, to Riniersburg 28 miles and, back.: pM.
twice a week. Leave Eoylevine Monday and Thurs 1 2744. From Ship . pen, by Norwiok and
1 day at 8a m: arrive: at • Rimersburg , lay.s p In.- ; to Smithport. 26 miles and back, twicea week.-
Leave Rimersburg uesday and Friday, at sam : / Leave Shippan Wednesday' and Saturddy at • 6 a in;
arrive at Coyleville y 51) in.Colgrove,
I arrive at Smithport by 3 p in. Leave Smithport
2708 From Slippe Rock, by McKnight, to An- ; Monday and Thursday at 6 a 111; arrive at Shipper'
1 41 ,0 11 1 0 , 11 miles al baek once a week. -Leave I by 3p in.
I ;slippery EmakFrida at 1p in; arrive- at Anan- 1 2745, From Smithport„ by yormees IfaUei, Sart-
tbe franfilin Utposit
dale by Ofp In. Leave Anandale Friday at 9 a ml
arrive at Slippery Rock by 12 m.
2709: From Economy, by New Scottsville, New
Sheffield, Seventy Six, and Green Garden, to Holt,
,1.5 miles and back, twice a week. Leave , Economy
"Wednesday and Saturday after arrival of the mail
I frkun Pittsbuir--eav at 10 a m; arrive at Holt by 3
p c4 Leave Holt Wednesday and Saturday at 3Y 2
p mY, arrive at Economy by ta
271 , From Beaver, by Holt. McCleary, Service,
arid Ihushaville, to Frankfort Springs, 24 miles and
hnek,:titice a week. Leave Beaver Wednesday and
FridaY at%int; arrive at Frankport Springs by 3 P
m. .'Lear Frankfort Springs Thursday and Satur
day at 8 a, ; arrive at Beaver 63 , 1) p m. -
2711 From\Beaver, by BuslaCreek, to Zolienople,
l i p 'k, arrive week, Leave Beaver
at ra ; nt ZelienoPlo by 5 1 3
Leave Zelienopleßaturday at 8 a in ; arrive at "ea 7,
vor by 12 in. \
2712 From New Brighton; by North SowickloY,i
Wurtembevg. and Chenango,t o Castle, 22 tallies;
and back, twice a week. Leave New Brighton
Monday and Friday on, arrival of the mail from
Pittsburg—say at 11% a ha; arri at New Castle
m.by 8',4 p . Leave New Castle Tuesday and St4ur
day at 4 a m; arrive at New\Brigh n by 11 a ra. I
2713 From New Brighton, ay lioinewood. Hock(
Point, and Irish Ripple, to New Castle. 21 miles and
back, twice a week. Leave New Heighten Month**,
and Friday on arrival of the mat from Pittsburg-1
say at 1154 a m: arrive at New castle by.fo/i p
LeaVe Now Castle Tuesday and Saturday at 4 a m
arrive at New Brighton by 10 a \
6.714 From Smith's Ferry, by Georgetown,
flookstown, 44 miles and back; six tiers a week.
Bidders will propose a schedule 4 departures and
arrivals satisfactory,to postmasters at terminal 41-,
facts. \ I
715 From Smith's Ferry, toflThioville, 3milet
. and baek , twice a week. Leave Smith's Ferri.
Wialuesday and Saturday at 11) a m ; arriVe at
slbinville by 11 a tn. Leave Ohiovillo WednesdaY
and Saturday at 12 m ; arrive at Smith's Ferry by
'1716 J From New Castle, by Mist Brook Harlem
burg. and Plain ilrove, to Slippery Rock, Al milOs
and back, three times a week. Leave New Caitie
Monday, Wednesday and_Friday at. 8 ata ; arrive at
Slippery Rock by 2 p to. Leave SlipperY Roar
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 1 p m ; arril e
at New Castle by r p m.
2717 From Novr Castle, by Pulaski, West Mid
dle. -ed Clark's, to W
•tilpaex, Sharon, and Clark's, to West Greenville,
miles and back, six times a week. Leave Net.,
except Sunday, at 3 pln arrivelt
Sharon •by 9 p . Leave Sharon daily, exile t
Sunday, at 12 in ; arrive at New Castle by tip
Leave bharon daily, except Sunday, at 5 a m; ar
rive at West Greenville, by 8 4 , in. Leat e
West Greenville daily, except Sunday, at 8.14 am ;
arrive at Sharon by 11,1-6 a m.
271 a From Now Castle, by Falenburg„
Lowellsville, 0., and Poland, to Youngstown,
wiles and back, six tines a', week. Leave \4w
Castle daily, except Sunday, at I am; •arrivOit
Youngstown by 2 p at, Leave Youngstown dully,:
except Sunday, at 5 a 11l arrivuat ;Now Custl by
- 2719 From Mercer, by Ilarthegig, SheakloYvilic,
and Custard's to Meadville. 30 miles and back, it
tines a week. Leave Mercer daily. except ;Siinth..v,
at 2 p m ; arrive at Meadville by 19 a in. Leave
Meadville daily, except Sunday, at 2 p ; arrivel at
,Morcer by 10 p m.
273.1 From Mercer by North's 711 ills, Sandy Lae,
New 'Lebanon, and Milledgovirre, to Cochranton,
.'27 miles and back, three times a week. Leave
Mercer Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a
arrive at Cochranton by 3 p as. Leave Cochran
:town Monday, Wednesday and Friday ut 7 a in-; r
rive at Mercer by 3 Pin.
2721 From Mercer, bx' Indian Run lOW l il-
well, Allegheny Bridge, sad Antrale, N. Y., to
Olean, 33 m,ileS and back air, times a week. Leave
Smitbport daily, except Sunday, at 9 a nr: arrive at
Olean by 6p m. Leave Olean dally,execPtSundaY,
at 6 a in Larrive at Sinitbport by 3 p
2746. 1 , rum Smithport, by Lafayette, Eden, and
lartsua. to Warren, 43 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Sinitliport Tuesday at 6 a m t. arrive at War
ren next day by.l2 in. Leave Warren Wednesday
ate p arrive at Smithport neat day by tit, w.
2747. • •From Eden to Bradford, ltimileS and back,
once a week. LeaveEdcn Wednesday at Bain : ar
rive at Bradford by 11 a in. Leave Bradford Wed
nesday ati2 m': arrive at Eden by 3 P m.•
2748. From Bradford, by Kendall'a Creek and
Limestone; N. Y., to Carrolton. 15 miles and back,
six times.a week. Leave Bradford daily, , except
Sunday, ut!B a ni ; arrive at Carrollton by 12 in,—
Leave Carrollton daily, except Sunday,- at 2 -p in;
arrive at Bradford by 0-P m.
'2749. From Sheffield, by Foxbnrg to Marionville,
19 miles and back, once a week. Leave Sheffield
Wednesday at 1p rat arrive at Marionville, at 7 p
in. Leave Marionville Wednesday at 6 a In; arrive
at Sheffield by 12 tn.
From liinsua, by Corydon, Onoville, N. F.
- and Friend's Ferry, to Steamburg,„ 2n miles and.
back, once a week. Leave Kinzuri.l riday at 8a m;
arrive at Steamburg by 4 p in. Leave. Steamburg
Saturday at 13 a m ; arrive at kinana by 4 p
2751. From Russellsburg, by East Pine Grove, to
Germans, S 1 miles and back, once a week. Leave
Russelliburg Saturday at 2-p m ; arrive at Germany
by 6p m, Leav6 Germany Saturday at 3 a m ; ar
rive at Rassolsburg by 19 in.
2759. From Sugar Grove, by Lander, to Warren,
18 miles and back. once a week. Leave Sugar
Grove Saturday nt 6 a m: arrive at Warren by 12 m.
'Leave Warren Saturday at 1 p m ; arrive at Sugar
2753. From Sugar Grove, by Busti, N. Y., to
Jamestown, 10 miles and back three times a week.
Leave Sugar Grove Monday, Wednesday and Fri,
day at 94 m ; arrive at Jamestown by 12 in. Leave
Jamestown Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 3 p
arrive at Sugar Grove by 6 p m. Proposals fur
x times a week service are invited.
2754. From, Pittsfield, by Freehold and Lottsville,
toßrolten Straw, N. Y., 14 miles. and back, three
times n week. Leave Pittsfield Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 9 a in ; arrive at Broken Straw by 1
in. 'Leave Broken Straw Tuesday, Thursday and
ciattirdaY at 2 p m . arrive at Pittsfield by 6 - P
Proposala for six times a week service are . invited.
-2755. From Spring Creek to West Spring Creek,
33,3 tulles and hack, three times a week, Bidders
will propose \ a schedule to connect with railroad,
and be sat isfadorY to-the postmasters at the termi
nal offices, \
3anuatp, 20, 1864.,
2756. Prom alambus to Carter HilL7 miles_ and
back, twice a week. Leave Columbus Wednesday
and Saturday at B'a m : arrive at Carter Hill by 10
I in. Leave carter\gill Wednesday and Saturday
a' 10:30 a m : arrive :It Columbus by 12:20 p in,
2757. Prom SoutielKest to. Star, 7 miles and back,
once a week. Leave Smith West Saturday at 10;30
am; arrive at Star by 1 4 .30. Leave Star Saturday
at 8 a an': arrive.at South - N West by 10 a me
275.3. From Titusville, h . Eagle and Spring Creek,
to Coluthbus, 28 miles and back, once a week. Leave
Titusville Saturday at 8 a m),arrive rit COlumbus bY
6 pan. Leave Columbus Fridny at Bain ; arrive at
Titusville by 6-p in.'
2739. From Titusville, by South West, Pleasant-.
vile, Plainer, and Itouseville,to - Oil City, 23 1-2
miles and back, six times a week, Leave Titus
ville daily except Sunday, at 7 a ni,;. arrive at Oil
City by; p in. Leave Oil City daily, ascent Sunday,
at 10 a iiii- arrive at Titusville by 6 I) M.
2760. }men Meadville, by Shaw's Landing,Coeh
rantown, Canal, and Utica, to Franklin, 30 miles
and back, daily except Sunday, by railroMLiand by
a schedule satisfactory to the Department\
2761. Front M H
eadsville, by armonsb rg and
Line Mills, to Penn Line, 20 miles and ba4zk, six
times a' week to Line Mills, and twice a - week the
residue, Leave Meadville daily. except Sunday, at
7a m ; arrive at Line Mills by 10 a in. Leave Line
Mills daily, except Sunday, at 7 p m ; arrive fat
Meadville by 10 p in. Leave Line Mills Tuesday
and Saturday at 11 a m; arrive nt Penn Line by 1 ..P \ I
m. Leave Penn Line Tuesday and Saturday at 3 111 1
in ; arrive at Line Mills by 5. p m. Proposals for '
sarviee between Line Mills and Penn Line only are
2762 From Meadville, by Harmonsburr, McDow
ell's, Conneautville, Rundell's, and_ Hayfield, to
3feadvilkit equal-to 19 miles and back, three times
a week. Leave Meadville Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 2p m ; arrive at Conneautville by 7 p
in. Leave Conneautyille Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 7 a m ; arrive at Meadville by 12 in.
2763 Prom ;Meadville,' by Mead Corners, Guy's
Mills,' Sugar Lake, and Kingsley, to bteuben,
miles ; and - back, twice a week. Leave Meadville
Tuesday and Saturday at 7ato ; arrive at Steuben
by 434 p in. Leave Steuben Monday and Friday at
7 ain ; arrive at Meadville by 434 i m.
2764 'From Meadville, by gloommg-Vaßey, Ran
dolph; New Richmond, Little Cooley, Riceviile, and
Britain Run, to Spartansburg ZS miles and back,
twiec'a week. Leave Mead vilib Tuesday and Fri
day at 7 nm ; arrive at Spartansburg by 4 p in.--
Leave Spartansburg Wednesday and Saturday at 7
a m ; anise at Meadville by 4 p m.
2761 From Eranshurg, by Tamarac, to Line
Milli, 8 miles and back, three times at Week. Leave
EYansburg Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at
10 a arrive at Line Mills by 12 m. Leave Line
Weduesday and Saturday at 2 p in;
arrive at Evansburg by 4 p m.
271t1 From Eransbnrg, by Hartstown, Marshall's
- Corners, Turners:tilde, and State-Line. 0., to Kins
man's 18 miles and back, three times in week.—
Evansburg Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday
at 3P m ; arrive itt kinsman's by 9 p in. Leavo
Kiniman'a Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 5 a
m ; anive ut Evausburg by 11 a in.
2707 - From Guy's Mills. by Sugar Lake, Wayne
Centre, and Wilson's Milk to Cooperstown, Id miles
and back, once a week. 'Leave Guy's Milli Wed
nesday at 8 a tn; arrive at Cooperstown by 12 in.
Leare Cooperstown Wednesday at 1 p mu; arrive at
Guyls Mills by 5 p m.
2768 From IV omicoek, by Teepleville, Frisby's Set
tlement. Cimpinrille, Edenville,and Oak Grovii, to_
Waterford, 213aiies and back: once a week. Leave
Woodcock Wednesday at 1 p arrive at Water
ford by 9 p al. Leave W:ttertlqd Tuesday 'at 9 a
m arrive at Woodcock by 3p" in. •
:;rag From Saegerstown, bY Moshertown, and
evecsingtille, to Lundy's Lane, 14 mites and Wei:,
three noon a week. Leave Sapgerstown Tuesday'
Tharsday and Saturday at 1p m : rriVe ant Lundy 's
Lute by 7-p tn. Leave Lundy'. Lane Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 6 a u 4; Ihrrive at &tog
fir•dowil by 12 ma.
t a )r n e d
; a -
2770 From - Corry, by Stewart, 'Cook. SPartans
hu, Snhop's Station, Centreville, and Oil Creek,
litusville, 27 miles and hack, daily except Sun
day; by railroad, awl by a t•chedule satisfactory to
2T71 Prom,Corrv, by Miller's Station, Rockdale,
l'enango. Woodcock, Saeger:down. Meadville. Sut
ton's corners. Evansburz Fallow Field, Adatasville.
West Greenville. orangeville, O„ lAtruhill, Warren,
Kent, Rovenna, Franklin Mills, and Tallmadze, in
Aa.,rom 1-IP'4 miles and hack, dailY except Smelly,
by., railroad, and by a :schedule satisfactory to the
Wm] rt meat.
'472 From Union Mills., by Bloomfield, to Rice
v We, 4 tuilea and back three times n week. Leave'
Urtion Milk Tuesday, inursday and Saturday at,
I, tit ; arrive at Ricci - Ole by 4it at. Leave Riceville
Tattsday, ThurSday and Sattuday at 9ain ; :arrive
at ;Union Mills by I'2
73- From Erie, by Jackson Station. Waterford,
L, .114 - cutf, Union Mills, Concord Station,,Loyell's
Station, iVayne, Corry, Columbus, Spring' Creek,
Garland, Pittsfield. Youugsville, Irvine, N'airen,
West Sheffiabl, and iihethal, to Sheffield Station,
79, miles and back, daily except Suniinv. by railroad,
and by a schedule satiihwtory to the Department.
2 474 From Erie, by McKean, Wells Corners;
and Edinborough, to Venting.), ;:t.! miles and back,
six times a week.' Leave Erie daily. except `bin
day. at 12 to; arrive at V(111111%4 , 1 by 7p m. Leave
V.:miring() daily, except Sunday, at 113 e a m; arrive
at Erie by Gay p
:2775 Ii rota Erie. by Belle Valley, and East Green,
lVattsburg, 1.1.1 miles 011(1 lick, three. times
week. Leave Erie Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, at 3 p ; arrive at Wattsburg by 7 p
Heave WM tsbiag Tuesday, Thursday ;old Saturday
at 0 a in: arrive at Eric by 10 a to.
277 ii From Railroad Depot, by Springfield Cross
Roads, and West Springfield, to Cherry Gill, lu
Mile 4 and back, six times a week. Bidders will
Propose a schedule to connect with the railroad,
and be satisfactory to pdettmigtov.
'2777 Front Girard, by Mites' Grove, Platen, Elk
Crook, ' LeedY's bane. Albion. t.4»ring. Conneaut
vide, Centre Road Station, Lino :11111s, North She
nano, tfartstewn, South Shearing°, and Jitines..•
town, to WestAlrectiville, 48 miles and back, six
times a week, by. railroad, and by a schedule satis
factory to the Department.
2778 From Girard, by Sterrettania -and Franklin
Corners, to Edinborough_ 17 iniles and back, once a
week. Leave Girar Monday at 7 a ; arrive at
Edinborough by 12 in. Leave Edinborouh Mon
day at 2_p m ; arrive at Girard by 7 p m.
% 2779 From Northville, by North East, Moor
headville, Harbor Creek; and - Wesleyille, to Erie,
20 miles and back, twice daily, by railroad: , and by
a schedule satisfactory to thellepartment.
27811 From North East by Greenfield, to Marvin,
N. Y.; 17 miles and back, once a week. Leave
NorthiEnst Tuesday at 1 p m ; arrive at Marvin by
7 m. Leave Marvin Tuesday at.fl tti m. arrive at
North East by 12 in.
3231 From Westminister, by trzion Mills, Silver
Run, Littlestown, Pa.,Two Taverns, Gettysburg,
Seven Stars, Cashtown,Grafensburg and Fayette
, vine. to Chambersinag, 49 miles andback, six times
a week. Leave Westminister except Sunday.
at 1 pm ; arrive at Gettysburg by 8p m. Leave
Gettysburg daily, except Sunday, at 334 p ar
rive l a Chambemburg by 93,41)-111, Leave Cham
bersburg daily, except Sunday at 7a m ; arrive at
Gettysburg. by I,p in. Leave Gettysburg daily, ex
cept SPday, at 4 a in ; arrive at Westminister by
114 i m.
dap at 7
[ p tn.—
I at Fran
ta by 12
at 1 p nt,;
I vo Ridge
old by. 12
_• RITI VO
< . -
FORM OF PROPOSAL, GUARANTEE: AND
The undersigned, whoscpost office ad
dress is county 'of State of
promises to carry the mails of the United States!.
fromarulYl, 1864, to June 301388, on Route No.—.
between and —,State of Pennsylvania.
under the advertisement of the Pcatmester General
dated November 10, 1863, "with celerity. certainty,
and security." for the annual sum Of dollars.
This proposal is made with full knowledge of the
distance of the. route, the weight of the mail to be
carried, and all other particulars in reference to
the route and service, and, also, after careful exami
nation of the laws and instructions attached to the
• Chtaramee. -
The undersigned, residing State if
undertake that, if the foregoing bid for carrying
the Mail on route No.—, be accepted by the Post
master General, the bidder shall, prior to the Ist
day of July, 1864, enter into the required obligation
or contract to perform the service _proposed, - with
good andsuthment surities.
This we do underatarMingdistinthe obligations
and liabilities assumed by guarantor un , ler the 27th
section of the act of Congress of July 2, 1836.
The undersigned, postmaster Stateref--.
certifies, under his oath of (eke, that he L acquain
ted with the above guarantors, and knows them to
be men of property, and able to make good their
The above certificate must have affixed to it afive
cent revenue stamp, °Swelled, as the law requires.
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS AND POST=
Containing ales conditione to be incorporated in the
contracts to the extent the Department may deem
1. Seven minutes age allowed to each intermedi
ate office, when nototherwise specified,for assorting
themails; butOn railroad and steamboat mutes
there is to be no more delay than is sufficient for an
exchange of the mail bags.
2. On railroad and steamboat lines, and other
'routes where the mode of conveyance admits of it,
the special agcnts'of the Post Office Department,
also Poet Ottico blanks, mail bags, locks and keys,
are to be conveyed without extra charge.
3. On railroad and steamboat lines the route
agents of the Department, also the British and
Canada mails, when offered, and the agents accom
panying them, are to be - coriveyed without charge,
and for their exclusive use, while traveling with the
mails, a commodious ear, or apartment in the cen
tre of a car,' properly lighted; warmed, and fur
nished, and adapted to the convenient separation
and duo security of the mails, is to be provided by
the contractor, under the direction of the -Depart
Railroad and steamboat companies are required
to take the mail from and deliver it into the , post
offices at the comm °aeons!' t and end of their routes,
and to and from all offices not more than eighty
rods from a station or landing. Propomals may be
Submitted for the performance of all ether side ser
vice—that is. for offices over eighty rods from a sta
tion or landing. -
Receipts will be required for in ail b aes conveyed in
charge of persons employed by railroad companies.
There will also lie "way-bilis" prepared by postmas
ters, or other agen ts of the Depart= n t, to accompany
the mails, speelfYin.g the number and destination of
the several bags. On the principal stage routes,
fkewise, receipts will be required and way-bills
orwarded; the latter Lobe examined by the several
'postmasters. to insure regularity in the delivery of
4. No !my will be made for trips not perform Ai
and for each of such ommissions. not satisfaet iril
expleined, three times the pay of the trip maY b de
ducted. For arrivals so far behind time as to break
connexion with depending mails, and not sufficient
ly excused, one-fourth of the compensation' for the
trip is subject to forfeiture. Deduction will also be
ordered forit grade of performance inferior to that
specified in the contract. For repeated delinquen—
cies of the kindherein specified, enlarged penalties,
proportioned to the nature thereof, and the Wiper
I Lance of the mail, may be made.
5, For leaving behind, or throwing off the mails,
or any portion of them, for the admission of pass
angers, or for being concerned in setting up or run
ning an express conveying intelligence in advance
of the snail, a quarter's pay may be deducted.
\ 6. Fines will be imposed. unless the delinquency
be promptly and satisfactorily explained by cortifi
mites of postmasters or the affidavits of other credit
ble\persone, for failing to_ arrive in contract time;
for neglecting to take the mail from, or deliver it
into, a post office; for sufferiug to be wet, injured, de
stroyed, robbed, or lost: and for refusing, after de
mand, to convoy the mail as frequently as the con- •
tractor rhea, or is concerned in running, a coach,
oar, or steamboat on a route. "-
7, The Postmaster General may annul the con
tract for reheated failures to run agreeably to. con
tract ; for violating the post office laws, or disobey
ing the instructions of the department; for refusing
to discharge a Carrier when required by the depart
ment to do so; for running an express as aforesaid; -
or for transportin persons or packages conveying
maillible matter oat of the mail,
8, 1 The Postmaster Generulmay order en increase
of service on a route by allowing therefor a pro rata
increase on the contract pay. Re May change
schedules of departures and arrivals in all cases, and
particularly to make them confirm to connexions
with railroads, without increase of pay, provided
the running time be not abridged. Re may also or
der aninereasc of speed, allowing, within the re
strictious of the law, a pro rota increase of pay for the
additional stock or carriers, If any. The contrac
tor may, however, in the ease f increase of speed,
relinquish the contract, by giving prompt notice to
the department that he preferad‘ng so to =sling ,
the order into effect. The Postm ster General may
also discontinue or eertail the seri ce, in whole or
in part, in order to place on the roe e a greater de
gree of service, or whenever the pub 'e lo:crests, in
his judgment, shall require such disc ntinuance or
curtailment for any other cause; he a owing as a
frill indemnity to contractor one month extra pay
,on the ausountof service dispensed with, nd a pr"
rata compensation for the amount of scrvic retained
9. Payments will be made by collections rem or
drafts on postmasters, or otherwise, after the rem
of each quarter—say, in February, May Au
gust, and November.
10. The distances aro given according to the est
information ,• but no increased pay will, be allot
should they be stealer than advertised, if the poin
to be supplied are correctly stated. Bidders etas
inform theassetves-bn this point, and also in reference
to In e weight of the mail, the condition of roads, hills,
streams, ,t and all toll bridges, ferries or obstruc
tions of any kind by which expense may be incurred.
No claim for additional pay, based on such ground,
can be considered trier for alleged mistakes-or misap
prehension as to the degree of service; nor for bridge's
destroyed, ferries discontinued,. or other obstruc
tions increasing distance, occurring during the con
tract term. Offices established after,this - advertise
ment is Issued, and also during the contract term, are
to be vi ited without extra pay, if the distance bo
not incr ased.
11, Ilijffders aro cautioned to mail their PrOposals
in time to reach the department by the day and
hour named,l3 p m. March 31.) for bids received of
-ter that time wit/ not be rnpuri l-re,rl in eampetition_
with'a bid of reasonable amount received in time. I
Neither can bids be considered which are without_
the required by law and a certificate o
e g f
the suffieiency of such guarantee.
12. Bidders should bust propose for service strict
ly according to the advertisement, and then, if they
seerotefir for different service: and if the
regit/nr bid be the lowest offered for the advertiSed
service, the other propositions may be considered.
1:3. There should be but one route bid for in _a
proposal, Consolidated or combination bids t"pfo
posing owe sum for two or more routes") are forbid
den by law, and cannot be considered. -
. 14. The route, the service, the yearly pay, the
_name and residence of the bidder. (that is, Ins usual
post office address,) and those of each member of a
firm, where a company offers, should he distinctly
In. Bidders are requested to use, as far as practi
cable, the printed proposals furnished by the de
partment, to write out in full the iota of their bids,
and to retain, copies of them. -
Altered bids should not be submitted ; nor should
bids once submitted be withdrawn. No withdraw
a,l of a bidder or guarantor will be allowed unless
thawithdrawal is dated and receeived before the
last day for receiving proposals.
Each bid insist be guaranteed by two responsible'
General guarantees cannot be admitted. The hid
and guarantee should be signed plainly with the full
name of each person. •
The department reserves the right to „reject any
bid which may be doodled extravagant, anti also to
disregard the bids of billing contractors and bidders.
16. The bid should be sealed, Superscriped "Mail
Proposals, State of Pennsylvania," addressed "SecL.
and Assistant Postmaster General; Contract Office,"
and sent by snail, not by or to an agent; and post
masters will not enclose proposals or letters of any
kind) in their quarterly returns.
17. The contracts are to be executed and returned
to the department by or before the let deg of July,
1864; but the service must- be commenced on that
day, or on the snail day next after it, whether the
contracts be executed or, ot.
Transfers of contracts, or of interest in eonfracts,
are forbidden by law, and consequently cannot be
allowed. Bidders will therefore take notice that
they will be expected to perform the service accept
ed to them through the Whole term of the contract.'
18. Postmasters at offices on or near railroads,
but more than eighty rods from a station, will, AM- ,
mediately after the 31st of March next, report their
exact distance from the nearest station, and how
they are otherwise supplied with the mail, to ena
ble the Postmaster General to direct a mail-mossen—
g_er 'supply from the Ist of July next.
.19. Section eighteen of an act of Congress ap
proved March 3, 1815, provides that contracts for the
transportation of the snail shall be let "in every
ease, to the lowest bidder tendering.sufficient guar
antees for faithful performance, without other ref
erence to the mode of such transportation than may.
be necessary to proVide for the duo celerity, certain
ty, and security of -such transportation." Under
this law, bids that propole to traprt the mail* with
cederity„certainty, and security," hating been de
cided to be the ontp legal bide, are construed as pro
viding for the entire mail, however large, and what
ever may be the mode,p coveyance necessary to in
sure its certa i
nty, and security," end will
have thepreference over •Idi Others, and no others . ,
will be considered.
- 20. A modifteation of a.bidin any of its 0r4 11611
terms is tatansount to a new bid, and cannot be re
delved, so as to interfere with regular competition.
after the last hour aid for receiving bids. Disking
a new bid. with gazer, =Ace and certificate, is the
°n l r war to modify a previous biti.
Postmasters are to hik careful not to certify
thesofficieney of guarantors or• surities without
knowing that they are person's of sufficient respon
siblity t. disregard of this instruction Lv pavhitaat
ert is a violation of their oath of oilive, Olgiderting
them to innnedinte removal.. All bidders: guaran
tors. and surities are distinctly notified that on 111
failoreto enter into or perform the contract.' for the
service nroposed for in the accepted bids, their le
g-al liabilities will be enforced against them.
22. Present contractors, and persona known at
the department,: must„-etplally with others, procure
guarantors and certificate-4 of their suffioieney: tuft -
stantially in the Perms above nrcseribed. The cer
tifientcrof sufficiener most be signed by a postmaster
or by a judge of a court of record, and must haVe
affixed to it a five cent revenue stamp, cancelled.
as required by law. - No other certifilate will be ad
miited. M. BLAIR, Pe4movfer General.
By ,the 42d section of the net of 'Congress " to
amend the laws relating-to the Post Office Depart -
inent,'' approved March 3, 1863.a1l communications
addre.seed to either of the exetutive dep artment: of
the government limes be prepaid by postage
stamps:' Proposals should, therefore, be thus pre
paid, apices from persons to whom authority. t?
frank mail matter is conferred by thosame law.
jan-20, 64-6 t
litat 0-state *ales.
VAL LTA lI_L E FARM FOR SALE
—Thesnea,:riber offers at Itritate
situated to t aide front Qui !Ley. contai ng Ault lid
14of which ta in VIII and thriving Chestnut; 34
of-the Farm isof the bestepiality of LIM ESTON
and allot n high state of cultivation. the improve
meats are h largo BI'ICI UOLISIL OWt portico and
per,hes. a new 11.111ati .11INK HAL:N.Bofeet hdlg. with
Wagon Shed and Corn Grill attaclic4, .louhle Frame
r`nr/laga Bout e.ltrick W ash flott+e. Smoke Nouse, bake
°tem.:ma ail neceas.iry outbuildings, in good repair
There ie a large Cistara close to the Barn. used for £t•.,
and one near the itituhen, .There is a Wett of ugreliebt
wateriu the yard. There is also a variety of choke
Fruit, such as Po.ste.Pltuns. Peacin.it mid Urttprrin the
yard. There init., it good ftai - MW otyliungthriting
Fruit on the p inn/hies
remiss wishing to view the land Cll3 do su by calHatt
on this sulisPribei.or an y i neirro itiun respreting it cau
be obtained by cal:log.)11 ti ou. J. isal.ley, COlllltY TrIMS-
Itr6r. [tor'st 94E] = JOIIN 3111:kbttWklit.
DRIVATB SALE OF -TANNERY
FAYETTEVILI.E.—The wnderssigtwil will
srtl meliriyaiesale, the g described REAL titi
- 30 AORES OF LAND.
-Allander good fence good Itriek - Dwet I
ing, a never f.Li Ling well of good water near the dour,
g.;xl an Tit , eblng Floor, a line Orchard beish,tg,
the best fruit. Aleo
of 32IargeVats, 6 large Leaches with limes and pools
Bark _dui, itoller..2 atop and Full lag Stocks. all i n trued
lent order. the whole operating by WATER POltik.h.
Also a good iltrkshed, all unsurpassed in convenience
Nod labor awri (kg: , - .
a The abovo property will be shown t ony person on ap
plication to Jacob B. Cook of Fayetteville. wr Julia U.
Cook ofCtiamberaborg. Tema will be roam
Jtinwl7.'a3-tf PETER COOK.
y,ALITABLE STI At TANNERY
FOR SA LB.—Theundereigned will sell at Private
01tiaTANNBili,known 88 the CotnerTnnnet
steam and water-power. Saw 41111. Chopping 3%iti,Stw En
Mr breaking hidas. , .l b.: The Tannery has 8 leeches. 22
vats.'2 limes and water-pool, and Is capable of tanning
800 heavy tibias a year. There are two. Log Dwelling
Bowies, Itarn.Bta /de and other necessary out blahl ngs
connected with the Tannery. snd about 60 Acres cleaned.
with good fruit. lla will Hannay quantity of laud with
the Tannery. from 100 t 0.700 Ac res. o.er obo Acres are
Timber,and an ample supply of Chesnut Oak Bark tc
run the Tannery for flay years. It is situated alma
7 miles South-west of Mercersburg.on Licking Creels.
Terms Made easy. Possession will be given thfa,fall
necessary. For farther particniars addrc, , a the, under
signed.at nercersbarg, Franklin county, Pa.'
aim 12, 63.tf C . 1111TCALP.
VALUABLE TAVERN STAND "
FOR SALM— , The undersigned offer at Private
SIM. the well known Tavern, situeted on the corner of
Marketand Second Streets, now in the occupancy of-
Sheriff Brown. The riot el is n large tcommndlontr trio
story bricklmilding. The yard attached is admirably
arranged for travellers stopping Whit hogkiex and
wagons. Timetable ie large and airy. and cnlnstav or
necommodstingfrom 50 to 60 Lend of horses. The out
buildings arch as \f rah now.. springTinuxe.lcellouso,
ke. makes it the most rl9.drablo Hotel in the county.
Itenear location to the Rail Road, Conrt Tlowie.•Rank.
nnd bneineesphwee. rends •fi it the moat pleasant and
convenient stopping place In town.
Panama desiring nnrchase.cansee thopremiees and
learn the term of axle by calling ODtbonntiereigned.
S. M. WORLRT.
51.N.1.AL.1.) FA RR FOR SALE.—Tho
snlnicrilwr will sell nt Prirnte Sale thi , S3l ALI,
F. UM on which he now ro.ides. situate in Atrirint town
ship, Franklin min ty. nt,oni six miles from Ureeneas.
tie, on the Casidovrn road, adjoining* /ands of Samuel
Nlyersend others. containingahont FORTY ACRES —O/t
'dearer! land. in good order nod under gond fence: Theta
iynT(?l NGOR'HHARD)i , fthriftvtreesonthepine,.nitk
a Well of excellent water. The improvements shnsiot
of a - ttr emars LO( • DWELLING HOUSE, a Nlctr
BANE BARN.torty-two fret long, and 'Veil tlnis.hee,
and.,a, loner neres.nry uut , hidings. Poraessintt
be oiven on the later Apr' , Br 4. Terms will le mud
known on applichtfon tot suhseriber residing on the
premises.- fort 21'6.1-tfl SAMUEL C. KRIDFIt
p,E...A.L 'ESTATE AT PUBLIC
SALE:-The underagned AIM offer at iii•blic Solo.
ott.t lie premis.e, en Fria() y. /gallant 2.301.1564. the fol
lowing ilescrilo.il real estate, yi2 : 75 ACRF. 4 of 11000
AND, located in Fannett township. Franklin cmity.'
o e mile South of :piing Ron. n its a th ree story .STO:i It
no FRAME FLOUR MILL, containing two' run of
I,nr .11 and .me noir of chopping stonei, and n SAW M 11,1,, ,,
both If the them in perfect runnitu order. a iItAILE
11.011 •'. ritul 4t Bank Ham Corn Crib. Ilay shed. and sell
necesioa y out-littilditigs thereon erected. The lantrwill
be sold liorately. or the whole ,prepepy together to.
wait mire )11.1A. Person., wishing to liny Witt do well
'to °amok' the property, as Tam detorrninial, to sell. for.
the purpost of going into another bUSITlief.. VOTUIII will
be fayorable.ond made known by andresoinit the 'W.F. ,
oeriher. rjan 6401 IttITTON MADDF.N. '
-03 LE TIOTEL I'ltoPllll-•
TY AND D \ RAL ESTA TIC AT'i'RITATII
The subscriber liavng detorniined to remove to the west
offerSitt -tivatc Sire that well-known Hotel, the Aka..
ton House," situate hi the loirouch of Ket.otitiellshorg.
it. g , com i ty. Title` Gm is the largest mold riatt•
plebti Titer" Ronne in \ the county and has a run of-eut
tom ntioqualled in the enmity.
Eta als t will at li at Private Sale a Tract of Thlrty•One _
Acres of highly improved lorOl ualj iining the borough of
Mo . ..!onuelialturg, nil tinder \ll6l - Itit,ltiverior fence. and
haiing thereon erected a g 60,1 taro-story Frame MM.
.and other out buildings Tiii ‘ re an excellent young
Apple ',Debora and running Witter on the Premiers:
Jan 6-6iu' -- ' III.:NRY
ATA1,1. 7 ABLE TOW. - PROPERTY
AT PUBLIC SA Lii. l -.The sU s heerlher will Den at
Public :tale..lllk the premises. on S Pl \ artio
.0. the 16th of
Janwtry. all that 'Lf/r OF OiiOUND \pod n two awry
Brick Dwelling liouse. situate on Felei \g,iteen street s in
the Itimuth ul Chambersinirg. adjoin'. or reedenee of
P. linninom. Kan. There is a two story In ck boa indhl
ing. attached to *aid house. and the pr),erty is well
adopteit for two families. -There in ntso Feld lot. lb
COO 4 welt of water. Ci-tertifa Rabic end oil er improve
ment*. sale will cowaneure at I &clock. on Bah)
laity. when term.; will he mobs known by
fan 6' [C. S:Atitt. Aurt'r.l SAIL. l i :XIX.'
HO! FOR TILE I)EPENC
,TO ORLI INTO TIIE "20 ART'
- The )urgent and most complete Regiment'
$402 BOUNTY FOR YitTEIRANS.
$BO2- BOUNTY FOR RECRUITS. • -
Comfortable barracks, no long marches, fall rattans, :
prompt pay, warm clothing and a nice time generally.
These are some of the extraordinary 'advantages of the
BMWs pi* occupy the "Posts of h0n0r..."
I haveMpened a Recruiting -office opposite tlee court
House, Bp tnst Market Sr., Chambersburg ; the SIM&
office occupied one year ago by Lieut. 13. F. Wltiges and
Any one desiring to enlist in the above Regiment Vtdil
have all matters satisfactorily explained before so doilag.
Call at orke and m enrol yourselves among tae brine de
fenders of your country. I shalt be here bat 'a abort
time, as the Regiment is fast filling 'up.
Corneal/4 avoid the Draft. ADAM FBRODSON,
decW-til Sergt. 2d PD. Artillery, Iteeraltlagpfileer
S in anxi aj.
'III V iDE Nl).—The - President
and managers of the Cbambersberg and Bedford
Turnpike Road Compnny, Intrqi declared a dividend of
1% per cent oh the Capita) Stook - of said Corapeappsys
hie on demand . "15'. McDOIVELL,
Jan 13.43 t. Treasurer.
NOTIPR—AII persons knowini
th,m4elves indebted FOR. FEES lb the RECO;
TER AMD RECORDER'S OFFICE, will plenso settle
the.BALLIO without further :.otice. as my term of omen
has expired. My hooks will be at the Register's Ogles
or the present. - tdecl6l E. CI BOYD.