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r 3335. From Pittsburg, by Etna. Dorseyville, Ru
ral Ridge, anti Catmera , •alte, to Saxenbarg, IT miles
and back, once a areek.a Leave Pittsburg Friday at
tiat lit; arrive at iaxenhara. by 6 p tn. Leave Sax-
enbarg Thursday, at 5 a in; arrive ' at Pittsburg bk .
6 p tn.
si. From Pittsburg. by Bach:titan, Ormsby, and
Hope Church, to Street's Run, 12 miles and bark,
twice daily, except Sunday,to Buchanan, and twice
a week residue. Bidders will propase a schedule of
departures and arrivals satisfactory to the postmas
teraltt terminal offices.
-263 i. From Greensburg, by Harrison City, Manor
Dale, Mnrraysville, Sardis, and New Texas, to Par
nassus, 23 milesaand back, twice a week. Leave
Greensburg Wednesday and Saturday at 9% a ih :
arrive at Parnassus by p m, Leuv6 Parnassus
Tuesday and Friday at 934 a in; arrive at Greens
burg by p m. , -
2.tai.- From Greensburg., by New Alexandria,
Harvey's Five Points, and Salem . Cross Roads, to
Greensburg, equal to 13 miles and back, six times a
we ik. Leave Greensburg daily, except Sunday, at
12 na; arrive at Salem Cross Roads by 5 p m. Leave
Salem Cross Roads daily, except Sunday, at 6 a in;
arriveat Greensburg by 9 a m.
209. From Manna Pleasant, by Pennsville, to
Connellsville 10 miles and back, three times a week.
Leave Mount Pleasant Tuesday, Thursday and'
liatarday at 4 p rat arrive at Conneasville by 7 p in.
Leave Connellsaille Tuesday; Thursday and Satur
day at 1 at; arrive at Mount Pleasant ba 3% II in.
2340. i'rom MeKearia Old stand, by New Stan
,ton, Walt's Mills, 'Madison, and_ Fulton, to Tinker
Rini. .2 miles and back, three Liana a week. Leave .j
bleKeatais Old Stand Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at 6 a in; arrive at Tinker Run by 12 in. Leave
Tinker. Run Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2
p in; arrive at alcKean's Old - Stand by 8 p in.
2311. From Ligonier, by Oak Grove Furnace arid
Hil anew, to West Fairfield, 11 mites and back, once
a week. Leave Ligonier siatitrlaa at 8 a ma arrive
at• West Fairfield by 11 a m. Leave West -Fairfield
Saturday at 1 p to ; arrive at Ligonier by 4 p m.
2642. From Ligonier. by Stalastown, to Donegal,
la mile , and back, once a week. Leave Ligonier
riday at 8 a in ; arrive at Danegal by 12 in. a l_aitivo
Donegal Friday at 1 p in; arrive at Ligonier by a
2343. From Lockport Stationlo West Fairfield, 3
mites and back,-six times a week. Bidders will pro
pans a schedule to connect with railroad, and that
willaita satisfactory to•the postmasters at terminal
244. From Branch Junction, by Blairsville,
'Black Lick Station, and Philip's .Mills; to Indiana,
20 miles and back daily. by railroad, andby asched
ale satisfactory to the Department.
2045,-- From Blairsville, by Livermore; to Salts
bairaa-12 mites and back six times a week. Leave
Blairsville daily, except Sunday. at 9 a in; arrive at
Stiltsburg by 1 p m. Leave Saltsburg daily, except
Sunday, at 2 p m ; arrive i at Blairsville by 6p in.
- 26 iii. From Indiana i by Sheloota, Elderton,
Whitesburg, Blanket Hill, Kittanning, Worthing
ton, and Coyleville, to Batter, 45% miles and batik,
twice a week. Leave Indiana Tuealay and Friday
at 5 a m ; arrive at Butler by 6 p naa Leave Butler.
Monday and,Thursday at 5 a ris ; arrive at Indiana
by tip at.
2117 From Indiana, by lanyna: Home, Brady,
Marshland, Cormier Punxutawney, Oliveburgh,
Cool Spring, and Stanton, to Brookville, 49 1 ,4' miles
and back three times a week; Leave Indians,
'Monday. Wednosday and Friday. at 7 a m ; arrivo
at Brookville next days by 5p in. Leave Braokville
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 am; arrive
at Indiana next days by 5 p m.
11446 From Indiana, by Cliambersville,
an 1 Pluitiville, to Smiekeburg, -"2. miles and back,
twice a week. Leave Indiana. Monday and Thurs
day, at 5 a m: arrive at Smicksburg by 10 a
Leave amicksburg Monday and Thursday at 12 11l :
arrive at Indiana by 5P in.
2649 From Indiana, by. Penn Run, Mitchell's
Mills, Minta, Newman's MilL, Patchinsville, Burn
side, New Washington, Ostend, Chest, Bower, and
Grampian Hills, to Curwinsville, 62 miles and back,
twice a week. Leave Indiana Monday and Thurs
'fatly at 5 a m; arrive at Curwinsville next days by
alY a a Leave Curwinsville Tuesday and Friday
at I p m ; arrive at Indiana next days by 8 p m.
2350. From-Indians, to Brush Valley, 7 miles and
back, three times %week. Leave Indiana Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 4 p ; arrive at Brash
"caller by 6 p tn. Leave Brush Valley Tuesday,
Tour" day and Saturday at 12 as ; arrive at Indiana
X5l From Indiana, by Kant, Eber lace, Clarks
/al:7i Elder's Ridge, Olivet, South Bend. Wu t
Lebanon, • Rad fanuery. to Indiana, equal to 20
miles and back, three tituaa a week. Leave Indi
ana Monday, Wednesday ;and Friday at 5 a in ; ar
rive at.lndiana by 8 p tu.
.2652 From Saltsburg. by Coalport. Kishkiminl
tas, Apollo. , and Leeehburga to Shales Station, 27%
miles and back, three times a week to Apollo, aim
six times 'a week the residue. Leave Saitsburg
,Tnesday, Thursday and Saturday at 1 p mz_ arrive
at Apollo by 5 n
in. Leave Apollo Tuesday, Thurs
day and Satuaday' ut 7 a ni ; arrive at Saltabarg by
11 a ma Leave Apollo daily, except Sunday, at lai
p in; arrive at Shirley Station by 4 p in. Leave
Shirley Station daily, except Sunday, at 10 a in; ar
rive at Apialla by 12 in.
26V'From'- Saltalaarg. to Perryton, .5 miles and
back, once as week.. Leave Saltsburg Saturday at
11 a m : arrive at Perryton by 12 m. Leave Perry
-ton 45titunlay at 9 a in; arrive at Saltsburg by 10
a 2.- ;
2654 'From Home. ba Glen Oak and Mahoning,
to Ilatitten, 13 miles anti back, three times a Week. •
Leave Home Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
p m' arrive at Smitten by 5 ppin. Iteave Smitten:
'Tuesaltia, Thursday and Saturday at ; arrive a
Home hy 12. m.
fa6.l a From Mahoning,
_by Docker's Point, Parches,
Liao, and Bit talale. to Nawmana Mills, 21 miles ant,
back, twice a,woek. Leave Mahoning Tuesday and -
SaturdaY, at 11 a m ; arrive at Newinan's Mills by 5
P m. 'Leave Newman's Mills Monday and Friday
at 8 a m__; arrive at Mahoning by 2 p m. 2356 From Cresson, by Munster, to Ebensburg, 1.
miles and hack, twice daily, except Sunday, by
railroad, and by a schedule satisfactory to the De
2657 From Cr - baton, to Loretto, 4 miles and bask.
six times a week. Leave Cresson daily, except
Sunday, at 10 a ma arrive ut Loretto by 11 a 3 - 14.— ;
Leave Loretto •
daily, except Sunday, at 7 p m; ar
rive-at Cresson by 8 P m.
a 358 Fran Loretto, by Chess Springs, Saint Au
gustine,, Fallen Timber, Roseland, and Utahviilo, tat
Smith's Mills, 26 miles and' back, three times
week to,Saint Augustine, and twice a. wealt the res
idue. Leave Loretto Monday, Thursday, and Sat
urday at 11 a m ; arrive at St Augustine by 3 Q M.—
Leave St Atigustine - Mondyy, Thursday and Satur
day at 3% p m : arrive at Loretto by 7 p in. Leave
St Augustine Tuesday and Friday at 6 a m ; arrive
at Smith's Mills by 11 a in. Leave Smith's Mills •
Tuesday and Friday at 1 p iii arrive at Sta Augustine
by 6 p
2359 From Ebensburg, by Carrolltown, Platte
rule, and East Ridge-, to Newman's Mills 23 miles
and back, three times a week. Leave Lbensbu.rg
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at laaa p en : ar
rive at_i_%ewuran's Mills by 8% p in. Leave New
man's Mills Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8
a m ; arrive at Ebensburg by 4 p m.
2660. From Ebensburg, by Bethel Station, Nolo,
and Delhi. to Indiana, 26 milo and back, once a
- week. Leave Ebensburg Monday at 8 a m; arrive
at Indiana by 4p M. Leave Indiana Tuesday at
a in; arrive at Ebensburg by 4 p in.
2361. 'From Clearfield, by C'urwinsvill, Forest,
Lnthorsbnrg, Jefferson Line, Reynoldsville,
Corsica, and Strattunville, to Clarion, 59 miles
and back, six times a week. Leave Clearfield dal- -
ly, except Sunday, on arrival of mail from Tyrone
—say at 7 p ; arrive at Curwinsville by 8% p
Leave Curwinsvillo daily, except Sunday; at 9 pan ;
arriveat Clearfield by 103 p in. Leave Curwins
ville daily, except Sunday, at 4 a in; arrive at Clari
on by 8 p Loavo Clarion daily, except Sun
day,-, at 4% a m; arrive at Curwinsville by By a
P 2662 f
From Clearfield, by Pennfield,Tylers,
donut, and Kersey's, to Ridgeway, 44 miles and
back, twice a week. Leave Clearfield Tuesday and
Saturday at 6 a m; arrive at Ridgeway by 8 - p in.-
- Leave Ridgeway Monday and Friday at 6 a m ; ar
rive at Clearfield by 8 p in.
2663 From Clearfield, by Sha.wsville, Bald Hill.
Lecontlas Mills, Frenchville, and Karthous, to Salt
Lick, 32- miles and back, twice a week. Leave
Clearfield Monday and Friday at 8 a m ; arrive at
Salt Lick by 4 p in. Leave Salt Lick Tuesday
and Saturday at 8 am ; arrivo at Clearfield by, 4
-2684. From Jeffries, by.Clearfield Bridge, to Clear
field. 16 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Jeff
law Monday and Friday at 1 p in • arrive at Clear
tiold by 5 p m. Leave Clearfield Monday and Fri
day at 6 a m; arrive at Jeffries by 10 a in.
2665. From Curwinsville, by Bloomville and New
litillport, to Ansonville, 13 miles and back, once a
week. Leave Curwinsville Saturday at 8 a m; ar—
rive at Ansonvillo by 12 in. Leave Ansonvillo Satur
day at 1 p m; arrive at Curwinsvillo by 5 p m.
2666. From Curwinsville to Lumber City, 6 miles
aaa back, three times a week. Leave Curwinsville
ueaday, Thursday, and Satuaday at 6 a in ; arrive
at Lumber City by 8 a in. Leave Lumber City.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 834 a a l; anise
at Curwinsville by 10% a m.
2t357. F rom L a taeasharg, by Troutville, Big Run,
PunsutawneY, Caaade and Smitten,
to Smiaksbutg, 32 1 4 miles and back, twice a week.—
Leave Lutheniburg Tuesday and Saturday at 8 a
; arrive at Smicksburg by 5 p m. Leave Smieks
burg Monday and Friday at 8 a m; arrive at Lu
tbersburg by 6 p m.
2668. From New Washington, by Chest, Cush,
Horton's, and Canoe Ridge, to Panxutawney. 21
mill* and bank, twice a week. Leave New I'
ington Tuesday and Saturday. at 8 a ni ; anti a at
Pnnzutawney by 2 pm: Leave PunxutawneY alon
pa Friday at 10 a m; arrive at Now Washing
tai by n.
From Ansonville, by MaGarvey!s and West
ilveela to East Ridge, 16 tailed and back, once a
week. Leave Aneonville Saturday at 7 a m: arrive
at Eset Ridge by 12 m.Leave East Ridge Monday
stl&M,_• arrive at Atuionville by 6 p
From Williams' Grove to Grahamtona 3
raw and back, three times a week. Laat'e Will
iams' Grove Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 9
am •; arrive at Grahamton by 10 a In. Leave Gra
aamlon Monday, Thursday, and Saturday. at. 8 a sa ;
arrive at William? Grove by 9 a tn.
mu. From Reynoldsville to Rockdale Mills. 3
mid back. once a week. Leave Re,ynoldaville
Saturday at I.Plrt; aarive at Rockdale Mills by
in. ,Leave:B.ockdalells Saturday at 834 a Int
rrive at Reyna by 11 a m.
2672 From Punxiitawney, by Frostburg', SPran - -
kle's Mills, and Pack er, to Suhemersville, 22 miles
and hack, once a week. Leave PunstutawneY Wed
nesday at 8 a in; arr.ve at .Summeniville by 3 P m.
Leave Summersville Thursday at 8a in arrive at
unxtitawney by 3 p rn. •
2ti73. From Brookville, by Sigel and eliminator',
o Marionville, 26 miles and back once a week.—
Leave Brookville Thursday at 7 a en: arrive at
Marionvillo by 5 p in. Leave Marionville Friday
at 7 a m: arrive at Brookville by 5 p rn.
974. From Brookville, by Stanton, Ricer:di/and
Hamilton. to Smitten. 24 miles and back, once a
week. Leave Brookville Saturday at 6a m; arrive.
at Smitten by 2 p tra Leave Smitten Monday at 6
a m : arrive at Brookville by 2a3 m.
2675. From Brookville. by Summersville. Shan
nondale, Kerr's Store, New Bethlehem, Oakland,
Red Bank. Furnace, and Orrsvine, to Kittaniug,
miles and back, six times a week. Leave Brook
ville daily, except Sunday;'at 4 a m; arrive at Kit
tauning by 4 P in. Learn Kittanning daily, except
Sunday, at 11 a in ; arrive Brookville by 11 p m.
2'376. From Brookville, by Warsaw, Brockway
vine, Little Toby, Hellen: and Brandy Camp, tn
Ridgeway, 41 miles and back, twice a week. Leave
Brookville Tuesday and Saturday at 6 a in; arrive
at Ridgeway by 7 p in. Leave Ridgeway Monday
and Friday at 6 a m ; arrive at Brookville by 7 p
ti; 7. From Brookville, by Richardsville. Schaff- •
nor's Corners, Arroyo, and Lake City, to Ridgeway,
17 miles and back, once a week. Leave Brookville
Saturday at 7 a in: arrive at Ridgway . by 6 p
Loa vo Ridgeway Friday at 7 a m; arrive at Brook
ville by 6 p m,
..3LB. From K . Valley, Oscar,
Echo, and Belke miles and'-back,
twice a week. I tesday and Fri
day after arrival iil—say at 10 a
in: arrive at Da! ..ve Dayton Moll'•
day and Thum& at Kittanningby
2 p in
2679. From Kittanning, by Rimershurg. Water
town's Ferry, Lawsonhatn, Curnsville, and Raids
brim to Clarion, 33 runes, and back, six times a
week. Leave Kittanning daily, except Sunday, at
11 um: arrive al Clarion by 10 pen Leave ClariOn
daily. except Sunday, at 4 a ni; arrive at Kittan
ning by 3 P
• :MO. From Kittanning, by Cowansville „and
Adams, to Brady's Bend, 16 miles and backa six
times a week. Leave Kittanning daily, except
Sunday, on arrival of mail by Tailroad—say at 11 a
m ; arrive at Brady's Bend by 4 p Leave Bra
dy's Bend daily, except Sunday, at 10 a m arrive
at Kittanning by S p
, Front Kittanning, by Rural 'Valley, Bar
dards, Dayton, and Stnieksburg, to Mahoning, 30
miles and back, twice a week. Leave Kittanning
Monday and Friday on arrival of mail from Pitts
burg—say at 10 a in : arrive at Mahoning by 8 p :m.
Leave Mahoning Tuesday and Saturday at 5 a In;
arrive at Kittanning by 3 p in. ,
Semimm-9a, Putn K ey i v tt ialnen, inga by Pne e 'n T xP nh e ip r ,
Hamilton. and Frostburg, to Punxiitawney, 43 miles
and back, twice a weak., Leave Kittanning Tues
day-and Friday at 6 a m ; arrive at PunxutawnerbY
9p m. Leave Pauxutawney Wednesday and Sat
urday at 6 a m: arrive at Kittanning by 9 To m. '193. From Freeport to Slate Lick, 7 miles' and
back, three times a week: Leave Freeport Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at II a m; arrive at Slate
Lick by p en. Leave Slate Lick Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday at 2 p ; arrive at Freeport by'
4 p m. _
2884. From Kelly's Station to Cochran's Mills,
7i- miles and back, twice a week. Leave Kelly's
Station Wednesday and Saturday at 9% a m: arrive
at Cochran's Mills by 11% a in. Leave Cochran's
Mills Wednesday and Saturday at 7 am ; arrive at
Kelly's Station by 9 a en:
:FA& From Apollo, by Spring Church, Long Riin,
and Olivet, to Elder's Ridge, 13 miles and back,
three times a week. LeaVe Apollo Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday at 1 p - rn ; arrive at Elder's Ridge
by 5 p tel. Leave Elder's -R,idge Tuesday. Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a m ; arrive at Apollo by 11 la m.
:4336. From Brady's. Band. by Catfish Furnace,
Black Fox, and Stant's Store, to..Callensburg, 16
miles and back, twice a week. Leave Brady's Bend
Tuesday and Saturday at 7a m arrive at Callens
burg by 12 in. Leave Callensbarg Tuesday and
Saturday at 1 p na : arrive at Brady's Bend by 6p rn.
2137. From Lawrenceburg, by Matildaville, West
Freedom, Callansburg, and Piney, to Clariom 24
miles and back, twice a week. Leave Lawrence
burg Tuesday land Saturday at 5 a m; arrive at
Clarion by 12 m. - Leave Clarion Tuesday and Sat
urday at 1 p m aarrive at Lawrenceburg by 8 p m.
:aft From Clarion, - by 'Frampton - and Lime
stone, to Kingsville, 12% miles and back,
twice a week. Leave Clarion Tuesday and Satur
day at 8 am; arrive at Kingsville by 12 in. Leave
Kingsville Tuesday and Saturday at 12%p m ; arrive
at Clarion by 4 1 / , p m.
2089. From Clarion, by Lucinda Furnace, Tyler's
burg, Nebraska, Tionesta, Stewart'S Ran,' and
Lamb's, to Pleasantville, 38 miles and back, three
times a week. Leave Clarion Monday, Wednesday.
and Friday at 6 a m; arrive at Pleasantville by 6 p
ru. Leave Pleasantville Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 6 a na aarrire at Clarion by G p ha.
2690. From Clarion, 1)y Shippensville, Kossuth.
Cuss. and Cranberry, to Franklin, 29 miles and back,
six times a week. Leave' Clarion daily ex
cept Sunday, at 6 a m; arrive at Franklin by 3 p m.
Leave Franklin daily, except Sundayifatl p m, or
an arrival of ears from Meadville; arrive at Clarion
10 p na.
2691. From Strattonville,' by Helen Furnace,
;catch Hill, Tylersburg, and North Pine Grove, to
Mationville, 29 miles and back, once a week. Leave
-4rattonville Tuesday at 6 a m arrive at Marion
. ille by' 4p m. Leave Marionville Thursday at 6 a
a: arrive at Strattonville by 4 lam.
t. 692. From Strattodville, by Fisher and Kahle's,
o Clarington, 18 miles and Ataxic, once a week.—
'mare Strattonville Monday' at 7 a m; arrive at
larington by 12 In. Leave Clarington Monday at 1
m; arrive at Strattonville by 6 p m.. •
2693. From Shippensville, by 'Lucinda Funiacc
and Frybnrg, to Tylersburg, 20 and back, fame a
week.. 7 L o ave Shippenerille Wednesday and Satur
lay at 1p m : arrive at Tylersburg, by 7p m. Lease
Tylersburg Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a in; ar
rive at Shippensville by 12 en.
2694. From Callensburg to Rimemburg, 8 miles
and back, once a week. Leave Callensburg Thurs
lay at 6a m; arrive at Rimersburg by 9a in. Leave
'timersburg Thursday at 10 a m; arrive at Caftans
mrg by 1 p in. Proposals for more frequent service,
not exceeding three trips a week, are invited.
am. From Callensburg. by Alum Rock 'end Saint
Petersburg, to Emlenton. 12 miles and back, once a
week. Leave Calleasburg Mondayat Ipln ; arrive
.it Emlenton by 5 p en. Leave Emlenton Monday
at S n in; arrive at Canonsburg by 12 en.
:3196. From New Bethlehem, by Leatherwood,
Brinkerton; and. New Springfield to Curnsville. 12
miles and back, twice a week, Leave New Bethle
hem Tuesday and Saturday at 1 pm ; arrive at Canis
ville by 4p m. Leave Curllsville Tuesday and-Sat
urday at .8 a m ; arrive at Now Bethlehem by II a in,
2037. From Butler, by Holyoke. Connersville,
Anandale, Utena, Murrinsville, and Clintonville,
to East Sanday, 36 miles and back, twice a week.—
Leave Butler Monday and Friday at 6 a in ; arrive
at East Sandy by 7p m. Leave East Sandy Tues
day and Saturday at 6a m ; arrive at Butler by 7
3393. From Butler, by Saxonburg, Sarversvine,
Freeport, Shearer's Cross Roads, MeLnughlin's
Store, North Washington, and Oakland Cioss Roads,
to Salem Cross Roads, 43 miles add hack, twice n
week. Leave B u tler Tuesday and Saturday at 5 a
m; arrive at Salem Cross Roads by Bm, L ea v e
Salem Cross Roads. Monday and Friday at 5 a in :
arrive at Butler by 8 - p m.
:09. From Butler, by Mount Chesnut, Prospect.
Portersville, and Princeton, to Now Castle. 28 miles
add hack, twice a week. Leave Butler Monday
and - Thursday at 6 am; arrive at New Castle by 2
pm. L eav e New Castle Tuesday and Friday at 6
a in ; arrive at Butler by 2 p m.--
2760:- From Butler. by North Oakland, Barnhart's
Mills, Baldwin, and Bruin, to Japyrencebarg, 23
miles and back, twice a week. Leave Butler Mon
day and Friday at 9a m arriVe at Lawrenceburg
by 6 p m. -Leave Lawrenceburg Tuesday and, Sat
urday at 8 a m • arrive'at Butler by 5 p tn.
2701. From Butler, by Petersburg, Break Neck,
and Zelienople. to New Brighton, 29 miles and back;
once a week, with two additional trips a week be
tween Break Neck and Zalieriople. Leave -Butler
Wednesday at , 7 a m; arrive at New Brighton by 5-
pm. Leave Now Brighton Thursday at
am ; a
rive at Butler by 5p m. Leave Zelienopl
and Friday at 1. P m; • arrive at Break Neck by 3
pm. Leave Break Neck Monday and Friday at 4
p in; arrive at Zelionople by 6 p '
2702. From Butler, Boydstown, North Itipe.
and Anderson's Mills, to Emlenton. 30 miles ant'
back, twice a week. Leave Butler Tuesday and
Saturday at 6 a ma arrive at Emlonton by 4 p m.—
Leave Emlenton Monday and Friday at 6 am ;• ar
rive at Butler by 4p tn.
2703. From Baldwin, to Adams, 10 miles and
back, twice a week. Lear.e Baldwin Wednesday
and Saturday at 9 a m; arrive at Adams byll a m.
Leave Adams Wednesday and Saturday on ar
rival of the ' Pittsburg. mail—say at 3pin ; arrive
Baldwin by 5 p m.
2704. From Saxonbtirg, by Double Sale and Me-
Ilssadale, to Slate Lick, 13 miles and back, once a
week. Leave Saxonburg Saturday at 8 a in; arrive
at Slate Lick by 12 m. Leave Slate Lick Saturday
at 1P ma arrive at Saxonburg by p tn.
2705 From Harmony. by - Middle Lancaster, Par
tersville, Willie Roy, liarlensburg, and Leesb urg ,
to Mercer, 31 miles and back, six times a week.—
Leave Harmony' daily, except Sunday, after arrival
of the Pittsburg mail—say at 3 p m ; arrive at Mer
cer by 9 p in. Leave Mercer daily, except Sunday,
at 5 a m; arrive at Harmony by 11 a rn.
2706. From BroWnington, by Harrisvilln and
Wesley, to Franklin, 30 miles and back, six timesweek. Leave Brownington daily, .except ffundaY.
at 10 p m: arrive at Franklin next days by 10a na
Leave Franklin doily', except Sunday, atfi p in; ar
rive at Brownington next days by 4 a ra. • '
27t0;. From Coaleville by Foster's Mills, Adams,
and Sharret to Riniershurg. 23 miles and back,
twice a 'Week. Leave Coylevillo Monday and Thurs
day at 8t m; arrive at Ricaemburg 4'5 p
Lease Rimer:ll)l4lr Tuesday and Friday at 8 a in:
arrive at Coyleville by 5 n in.
ras From Slippory Rook, by McKnight. to An
.ale, 11 miles and back oneo a week: - Leave
Rippamf Rook Friday at 133 p in; arrive at Aglall-
hr Franklin ittpositorn, februani 24 1864.
dale by pm. Leave Anandalo Fri t iv . .at 9 a la;
arrive at :limper" Rock, by 12 in.
270:1, Pima Economy, by New .Scottsville, New
Sheffield, Seventy Six. and Orcen Bat den, to Belt,
15 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Economy
it and SatardaY after arrival of the mail
fromittsburg--say at 10 a m: - -arriva at -1191 t by 3
p m. '-Leave Bolt Wedneslay and Saturday at 3. 3 4..
p at: arrive at Economy by 814 p ta.
2710 From Beaver, by 8011, 31eClearY, Service/
and Ifarshaville, to Frankfort t.-Tprme,t, 24 miles :um
back, twice a week.. Leave Beaver Wedne,nlaY and
Friday at 8 am; arrive at Frankport Spri*s by +'l
in. Leave Frankfort Springs Thur,i7lay and Sat,ar
day at 8 a in ; arrive at Beaver by :; p tn.
2711 From Beaver, by 13u-sli Creek. to ZelicnoPle,
12 miles and back, once a week. Leave Beaver
Saturday at 1 p m ; arrive at Zelienuplc by 51 , ID.
Leave Zelienople Saturday at Sam: arrive at Bea
ver by lam.
2712 From New Brighton. by North Sewickley,
Wurtemburg, and Chenango, to New Castle, 22 mile'
anti back, twice a week. Leave 'Sof Bright&
Monday and Friday on arrival of the mail from
Pittsburg—say at 1B 4 a m ; arrive at New •Castle
by 8% m. Leave New Castle Tuesday and Satur
day at 4'a ra; arrive at New Brighton by 11 a ra.
2713 From New Brighton, by Homewood, Leek
Point, and Irish Ripple, to New Castle. 21 mites and
back, twice a week. Leave New Brighton Monday
and Friday on arrival of the mail from - Pittsherg—
say"nt 11.!, ,, 4 ', a zn: arrive at New Castl e by :0,./ 1 p m..
Leave New Ca.tle Tuesday and Saturday at 4 a m
arrive at New Brighton by 10 a nt.
2714 From Smith's Ferrr, -- by t.4e o igeterrn, to
Bookstown, A% miles and hack, 4x theta a week.
Bidders will propose a sebedulk of deaartnra+ and
• arrivals satisfactory t,t postmasten -at terntiaal of
" 2715 From Smith's Ferry, to Ohioville, 3 miles
and back; twice a week. Leave Smith's Ferry
Wednesday and Saturday at 10 a in: arrive at
Ohinville by 11 a m. Leave Ohioville Wednesday
and Saturday at 12 m ; arrive at Smith's Ferry by 1
2716 From New Castle, by East Brook, Harlens
burg, and Plain Grove, to Slippery Rock, 20 miles
and back, three times a week. Leave !Sew Castli•
.Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Sam: arrive at
Slippery Rock by 2 pm. Leave slippery IL , ek
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at fp Ia ; arrive
at New Castle by i p
2717 From New Castle, by Pulaski, West Mid
dlesex, Sharon, and Clark's, to West Gromvillc,
miles and back, six times a week. Leave New
Castle- daily, except Sunday. at
. :t p m; a rrive at
Sharon by p in. Leave Sharon daily, except
Sunday, art 12 ni • arrive, at New Castle by 6 pin.
Leave Sharon daily, except Sunday, at 5 a in; ar
rive. at West Greenville. by S-a in. Leave.
West Greenville daily, except Sunday, at 81. i a ni
arrive at Sharon by 1134 a m.
271 A From New Castle, by Bambara,
( 1 .;. and Poland, to Youngstown. 22
miles and back; six times a week. Leave New
Castle daily, except Sunday, at 7 a in; arrive at
Youngstown by 2 p in. Leave Voiniastoa n
except Sunday, at 5a m ; arrive at New Castle by
2710 From Mercer, by ll:utile:rig, Sheakleyrille,
mid Custard's to 'Meadville, tin miles and back, six
times it week. Leave Mercer daily, except Sunday.
at 2 p m; arrive at Meadville by lUa in. Leave
Meadville daily, except Sunday. at 2 p arrive at
Mercer by 10 p m.
2720 From Mercer by North's 31ills, Sandy Lake;
New Lebanon, and Milledgeville, to Cochranton,
fT7 miles and back, three dines a week. Leave
Mireer Tuesda,V, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a m ;
in rive at Cochranton by 3 pin.. Leave Cochran
town Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 a in ; ar
rive at Mercer by 3 p,m.
2721 From Mercer. by Indian EMI, - New 1111-
minton, New Castle, Cross Cut, Mount Jackson,
and Marion: to Enon Valley, 31 miles and back, six
times a week. Leave Mercer daily, except Sunday:
at I p m ; arrive at-Enon Valley by 0 p
Enon Valley- daily, except Sunday, on arrival of
the mail from Pittsburg—say - at a ; arrive at
Mercer by 12 I.a.
2722 From Mercer, by Delaware Grove and New
Hamburg, to West Greenville, 16 milesand back,
six times. a week. Leave .Mercer daily, except
Sunday, at 1 p in; arrive at West Greenville by 6 p
in. Leave IN est Greenville daily, except Sunday,
at 7 a in; arrive at Mercer by 12 en,
2723. From Mercer, by Vi orth, Hill, Hermitage,
Sharon. Brookfield, 0., Vienna, and flowland, to
Warren, 32 miles and back, three times a >week.—
Leave Mercer Monday, We'dnesday and 'Friday at 1
p in; arrive at Warren next days by 12 in. Leave
Warren Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2!.. p
ui ; arrive at Mercer next days by 1 1 ,/..1 put. Propo
co IS to end at Brookfield are invited.
'124. From Mercer. by Wolf Creek, Harrisville,
Anondale. newt, Murrinsville. BovartF, , e 4 ture,
and Maple Furnace. to Lawrenceburg, 42 miles and
back, once a weekt- Leave Mercer Tuesday at 6 a
ui : arrive at Lawrenceburg by 6 p in. Leave Law
renceburg Wednesday at 6 a m ; arrive at Mercer by
25. Front Mercer, by Worth and West Middle
sex, to Youngstown, 0: 24 miles and back, three
timesai week. Leave Mercer 'Tuesday, Thursday •
and Saturday itt I p ; arrive at Youngstowu by 8
p . m. Leave 1. oungstown Monday, Wialnesday and
riday at 7 a m atarrive at Mercer by 2 p
2726. From Sheakleyville, by-Smrdy Crook and
Grinners, to 'Sutton'S Coiners, 9 miles cad back.
twice a week.' Leave Sheakleyvitle Tuesday and
Friday at S n in; arrive at Sutton's Corners by 11 a
in. Leave Sutton's Corner's Tuesday and Friday
at 2 p active at Sheak'leYville by frp m.
2727. From Agnew's Mills: by Laniartine, Jeffer
son Furnace, and Knox, to Shippeuaville. 19 mites
and back, onto a' waek. Leave Aanew's Mills
Wednesday at 6 it m t arrive at Shippensvile 'Ay 11 a
at. Leave Shippensville Wednesday at 1 p ; ar
rive at Agnew's MilLs by 6'p
ari2B. From Emlenton, by Ellsworth and Law
renceburg, to Brady's Bend, 17 miles and batik;
three times a week. Leave Ewlentott Monday;
Wednesday and Friday at 1, m ; arrive at Brady's
Bend by 6 p m. Leave Brudy's Bend Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday at G a in ; arrive at Fallen
t on by 12 na
From Emlenton, by Big Bend Clintonville
Kilgore, Wesley. Centretonn, and rishtown tti
'terser, 34% miles and back, once a week. Lea ye
Saturday at 6 a ni : arrive at Mercer by
6 p in. Leave Mercer Friday at 6.a in: arrive at
Endenton by 6 p m.
a 730. From kranklin by Palk, Mania (.rove, e»-
derson, Terrine, and Satterfield. to Mercer. miles .l
and back, six times a week'. ',Cave Franklin daily,
except Sunday, at 7 a in ; arrive at Mercer by 12 an,
Leave Mercer daily, except Sunday, at 2 p m 4; ar
rive at Franklin by 9 p
2731. From Franklin, by Oil City, Ramat'. Lamb's
Perry. Steam Mills, and Tidiunte, to Irvine. 46 miles
and back, six times a week. Leave Franklin daily,
except Sunday, at 6 a in : arrive at Intim by 9 P
Leave Irvine daily, except Sunday. at 6 a m; a:lh C
at Franklin by 9 p in.
' 2732. From Franklin, by Dempseytown and Meta
ry Tree, to Titusville, 29 miles and bank, three times
a week. Leave Franklin. Monday, ‘Vednesday and
Friday at 7 a in; arrive at Titusville. by 3 p
Leave Titusville Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday
at 7 alit: arrive at Franklin by 3 p
2733. From Franklin, by caoperstown.
and Wallaemille, to Plum, 211 miles andbaela twice
it week. Leave Franklin Monday and Thursday iii
1 p arrive at Sunvilla by 6 p at. Lem, e Sun% he
Monday and Thursday at 7 a in; arrive at Franklin
Iv 12 m. Leave Sunville Tuesday and Friday at '7
a m ; arrive at Plum by 9%a in. Leal a Plum Tues
day and Friday at 9% a iti; arrive at sanville by
2734. From Franklin, by Utica. French Creek,
Now Lebanon, New liertion, Shaakleyvilla, and
Salem, to West Greenville, , 3l miles and back, ones
a week. Leave Franklin Thursday at 7 it in: arrive
at Greenville by 6 p rn, aLeave lament-Me Wednes
day at .7 a to ; arrive atFranklin by 6 p m. Propo
sals to commence at Utica are invited.
2735. From Franklin. by Seneca. Tan Mile Bot
tom, Fertig's, President Furnace. Lineville, dud
Frylaurg, to Tylersburg, 43 miles and back, twice tt
week. Lear>, Franklin Monday and Thursday at 7
a as; arrive at Tylersburg by 9 p m. Leal e Tylers
burg Tuesday and Friday at 10 a in; arrive at Fran
klin by 6 p .
2736. Front Franklin, by Rockland, Pittsville.
Porterfield, and Agnew's Mills, to Entlentana 26
miles and hack, once a week. LeaVe Franklin Wad
nesday at 7 a to ; arrive at Emlenton by 3 p
L,•ave Emlenton Tuesday at 7 a m; arrive at Fran
klin by 3p re., )
:7. 7. }rout Tionesta. by hwave, to Tidiont o a 17
in los and buck, once a wank. Leave Tionesta Mini
day.at 1 p in; arrive at , Tidionte by 7 p m. Leave
Ticintnte 'Monday ut G a in; arrive'at Tionesta by 12
2725 . F rom Clarington, by Millstone and Raught's
Mills. to Arroyo, 18 miles and bank, once a week,—
Leave clarington Saturday at 7 a in; arrive at
Arroyo by 12 in. Leave Arroyo Saturday at 1 p ma
arrive•at Clarington by G p
2769. From Ridgeway, by Now Highland, to SW;
field, 18 miles and back, once a week. Leave Ridgo
way Wednesday at 6 a In; arrive at Sheffield by 12
In. Leave Sheffield Wednesday at 1 p nu; arrive
at Ridgeway by 7 p m. Proposals to -end at New_
Highland are invited.
7.740 F rom Ridgeway, by Willianisville, Sergeant,
Clermontville, and Knason, to Smithport 39 miles
and back, _ three times a week. Leave Ridgeway
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6 a m; arrive
at Smithport bv 7 p in. Leave Smithport Tuesday,'
Thursday and Saturday at 6 a in; ar rive a t Rai".
,waY by 7._p m. ,
2741. From Caledonia to Karthous, 27 miles and
back, once a week. Leave Caledonia 'Monday at 7
a m; arrive at Kartkotis by 7_P m. Leave Karthous
Tuesday at 7 a m; arrive at Caledonia by 7m.
back, ette onceand a Hick's week.
Caledonia Secon FridaydForkjtmmiles
at 9 a m ; arrive at Second
Fork by 6 p m." Leave Second Fork Saturday tag a
ta; arrive at Caledonia by 6 p m.
2743. From Hellen, by Kersey, to Benainger, 14'
miles and baek. - onee a week. Leave Hellen Mon
day at 10 a in; arrive at Benninger by 2 ti in. Leave
Bensinger Monday at 3 p m; arrive at lichen by 7
2744. From Shippen, by Norwick and Colgrove.
to Smithport, 26 miles and back, twiati a week.—
Leave Shippen Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a m:
arrive at Smithport by 3 p m. Leave SmithnOrt
Monday and Thursday at 6 a m; arrive at Shippen
by 3p m.
?JO— From Smithport, by Farmer's Valley,Sart
we11,./Allegheny Bridge,. and. Portville, N. Y., to;
Olcmi, 26 miles and back, 'x times a week. Lame&
Smithportdaily, except San . 'al 9 a arrive at
Olean by 6 put. Lmvc filean except Sunday,
,rit 6 a arrive at Smitliperf by 3 p
2746. From Sinithport. by Lafayette, Eden, and
Kingua, to Warren, 43 miles and back, once a week,
Leave Smitbport Tuesday at 6a in arrive at War
r-lime:a day by 12 m. Leave Warren Wednesday
at 2 p I arrive at Smitbport next day by 6 in.
:747. From Eden to Bradtbrd, 10 miles and hack,
once a week Leavelit'len Wednesday 'at Sato: ar
r.:Ye at Bradford by 11a in. Leave Bradford Wed.
nesday a' 12 in: arrive at Eden by 3 pin.
2749. From Bradford, by Kendall's Creek and
Limeqtime, Y., to Carrolton. 15 miles and back.
six times, a week, Leave Bradford daily, except
Sdnday, at rin; arrive at Carrollton by 12 rn.—
Leave Carrollton daily, eeept Sunday, at '2 p m;
arrive at Bradford by 6 p
2749. From Sheffield. by Foxburg to Marionville.
19 miles and back, once a week. Leave Sheffield
We lnesday at 1 pin:. arrive at Marionville; at 7, p
at, Leave Marionville Wednesday at '6 a : urriVe
t Sheffield by 12 in.
2:56. From liinzaa. by Corydon. Camille. N. T.
rind Friend's Ferry, to Steambarr. 25 miles and
back, once a week. Leave Kialua Friday at 8a in ;
arrive at Steaffiburg by 4 pin. Leave - Steataburg
Saturday at 6 a la : arrive at Kimant by 4 p m. .
2751. From Russellsbunr, try East Pine Grove, to
Germany, U miles and bark, once a week. Leave
Bursellsburg Saturday at flp um ; arrive at Germany'
by 6 p in,, Leave. Germany- Saturday at 6 a at : ar
rive at Russelsburg by 12 m.
2752. From Sugar Grove, by Lander,to Warren,
13 mitet and bark, once a week. Leave Sugar
Grove Satrinlay at 6 a in ; arrive at Warren by 12 m.
LSNIN't! Warren Saturday at 1 p ill ; arrive at Sugar
(4rove by 7 p in.
'753.. From Sugar Grove. by Basti. N. ;Y:,
Jamestown,lo mites and back. three times a. week.
Leave Sugar Grove Mohday. Wednesday and Fid
dly at 9a in arrive at Jamestown by 12 in. Leave
Jamestown Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3 p
: arrive at Sugar Gyore by 6 p in. Proposals fur
six times it week service are invited.
2754. From Pittsfield, Gy Freehold and Lottsville,
to Broken Straw, N. Y., 14 miles and back, three
times a week. Leave Pittsfield Tuesday.. Thursday
anti Saturday at 9 a in :arrive at Broken Strati by 1
p in. Learn Broken Straw Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at '2 p m . arrive at Pi tsfield by 6 . p
Proppal.i for six timer a week service are invited.
27u5. Front Spring Creek to West Spring Creek,
31 , miles and back, three times a week. Bidders
will propose a schediile to cormict with railroad,
and be satisfactory to the postmasters at the termi
2756. From Colambus to Carter Hill, 7 mike and
back, , twice it week. Leave Columbus Wednesday
and Saturday at S a m : arrive at Carter Hill by 10
am. Leave Carter 11111 Wednesday and Saturday
011u:00 aDi ; rice at-Columbus by 12:80n
2757. Flom South West to Star, miles and back,
once a week. Leave South West SAturday at 10:30
m:a arrive at Star by 12:30. Leave Star Saturday
at By. m : arrive at South West by 10 m.
2754. FroM Titusville, by'Eagle and. Spring. Creek,
to Columbus, 28 miles and battk; once a week. Leave
Titusville Saturday nt 8 a In • arrive at Columbus. by
6p m. Leave Columbus Friday at 8 a'm ; arrive' at
Titusville by bum.
00. Frearlithsville, by South West, Pleasant
ville, Plumer, and Roaseville, to Oil City, 23 1-2
miles and back, six tittles st. week. Leave Titus
ville daily exeunt Sunday; at 7 it m ; arrive at Oil
City by 3 p to. Leave Oil City daily, except Sunday,
at 10 ais arrive nt Titusville by 6 pin.
2760. Fto:n Meadville, by Shaw's Landing, Coeb
rnntown, Canal, and Utica, to Franklin, miles
and backidaily except Sunday; by railroad, and by
a schedule satisfactory to the Department 4
2761. From Mea:dsville, by Harmonsbnre and
Line Mills, to Penn Line. 20 miles and back, six
tunes a week to Line and twice a week the.
-.residue. Leave Meadville daily, except Sundae. at '
ram; arrive at Line Mills by 10 a in. Leave Line
Mills daily; except Snmluy, nt 7 p m : arrive at
Meadville by 10 p in. Leave Line Mills Tuesday
and Saturday at 11 a m ; arrive at Penn Line by 1 p
in. Leave Penn Lino Tuesday and Saturday at 3 p
m ; arrive at Line Mills b 5; 5 p m. Proposals for
service between Line Mills and Penn Line- only aro
2702 From Meadville; by Harmon:drain, MCTiow
elPs, Conneautville, Rundell's, .and Hayfield: , to'
Meadville, equal to 19 unites and back, three times,
a week: - Leave Meadville Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at p in: arrive at Canneautville by 7 p
in. Leave Canneautville Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday at 7 a in ; arrive at Meadville by 12 in.
2764 From Meadville, by Mead Corners, Guy's
Mills, Sugar Lake, and Kingsley, to Steuben, 28
miles and back, twice h week. Leave Meadville
Tuesday-and Saturday nt 7a m ; arrive at Steuben
by 4 pqn: Leave Steuben Monday and Friday at
7anu ; arrive atMeadville by 4 3 p in.
2761 From Meadville, by Blooming. Valley, Ran
dolph, \ew 'Richmond, Little Cooley, Rieeville, and ,
Britain Run. to- Spartansburg, 28 miles and hack,
twice a week. Leave Meadville Tuesday and Fri
day at 7•a in ; arrive ;it Spartansburg by 4
Leave Spartansburg Wednesday and Saturday at 7
a in ; arrive at ,Meadville by 4 pin.
From Keansburg,.by Tamatfac. to Line
Mills. 8 miles and back, thice times a week. Leave
Evansburg Monday, Wednesday and Sat , r 'lty at
10 am ; arrive-at Line,Mills by 12 In. Len , . e Line
Mills Monday. Wednesday and Saturday at 2 p m;
arrive at livainbarg by ;1 p m.
n 36, From Evansburit, by Hartstemm, Marshall's
Corners. Turnersville, mind State Line. 0., to ;Kills
man's, 18 miles and buck, three times a week.—
Leave Evansburg TuesdaY.-Thursday and Saturday
at 3 p iii; arrive at Kinsman's by 0 p in. Leave
Kinsman's Mambos, W,Mnesitay and Friday at 5 a
Pt ; arrive; at Evamtburk by 11 a m.
2787 Friim. Guy's Mills, by Sugar Lake. Wayne
Centre, and Wilson ' s Mills, to Cooperstown, V; Miles
and back, once a week. Leave Guy's Mills Wed
nesday at 8 a in ;''arrive at Cooperstown by 12 in.
Leave Cooderstoirn Wednesday at 1 p m; arrive at
Gity'. , Mills by 5p m. :
lleMent, Chapin tile, I•llenvilleotrid Oak Grove, to
Waterford, 24 !altos and back, tinge a week. Leave
Woodcock We Inesday at I p m ; arrive at Water
fonl by 9 p in. Leave Waterford Tuesday at , 9 a
to 'arrive, at Woodcock by 5 p ni.
2768 From - Saugerstown. by Moshertown, and
Crossitrville.. to Lundy's Lane; 14 mites, and back,
three times a week. 1-AtIVC., &lager:down Tuesday'
Thurmlay,and Saturday at I put ; ifrrive at Lundy's
Lane by 7 p in. Leave Lundy's Lane Tuesday,
Thursday ond Saturday at,o a in; arrive at Saeg-,
erstown by 12
2i70 Front Corry, by 'Stdwart, , Cook, Spartans-.
Lure, Snapp'4 Station. Centreville. and Oil Creek,
to Titu , ville, 27 miles and back, daily - -except Sun
day. by railroad, and by a schedule siitistactorY to
the Department. •
2771 Front Corry. by Miller's Station. Rockdale.
Velum go, Woodc,ick, Siiegarstown,. Mead vine, Sut
ton's Coriters.Evatniburg, ,t allow Field, Adamsville:
West Greenville. Orangeville, 0.. 13arghill, Warren,
Kant, Ravenna. F.ranklin mid Tallinadge, to
Akron, 1401 and bitek, daily except Sunday;
by railroad, and by a schedule satisfactory to the
2772 From Union Mills. by Illoomfield. to Rice-,
vale, 9 miles and back, three times a week. Leave
Union Mills Tues'ility, Thursday and Saturday at 1,
pin : arrive at Rieeville by 4lr in. Leave Riceville
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at t.) arn ; arrive
at Union Mills by 12 tn.. "
2773 From Erie, by Jackson Station, Waterford,
Lo Breuff, 'Union Mills, Concord Station, Lovell's
Station. ;Wayne, Corry, Columbus Spring Creek,
Pittsfield}, Yonngsville, Irvine, Warren,
West Sheffield, itud.Sheitield, to Sheffield Station,
79 miles and back, daily except Sundov, by railroad,
and by it seht:?ditle satisfactory . tp the Department,
2714 From Erie; by ,Malteitn, Wells' Corners,
and Eduiburuligh, to Venango; 22 miles and back,
six times a week. Leave Erie daily, • except Sun
day, at 12;m;arrive at V enango by 7 P m. Leave
N'enango daily, except Sunday, at 11Y, m; arrive
at Erie by p ra.
27;5' Front Erie, hy Belle Valley, and East Greed,
to Wattsburg, 20 Miles and back,, three times a
Creek. Leave Erie Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, at A p nu arrive at Wattsburg lir 7 p W. —
Luave Wattsburg Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
at ti in i arrive at Erie 410 a in. '
'Lill roin Railroad Depot, .by Springfield Cross
Roads, and West Springfield, to Cherry Hill, 10
miles mid. hack. six times a week. Bidders will
propose a salutitile to connect with the railroad,
anti be satisfactory to postmasters.
2777 Frtini'llirard, by Miles' Grove, Platen,. Elk ,
Creek, Lundy's Lane, Albion, Spring, Conneaut
villa, Centro-BA/ad Station, Line Mills, North She
nango, Uartstowu, South Shenango,, and James
town, to West Greenville, 48 miles Stnd 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 miles and back, once a
week, Leave Girard Monday 'at 7a in arrive at
Edinborough by 12 in, Leave Edinborouh Mon
day at 2'p in ; arrive at Girard by 7 p In.
2779 From Northville, by North East, Moor
hcadville, Harbor Creek, and Wesleyille, to Erie,
20 miles and back, twice daily, by railroad, and by
a schedule satisfactory to the Department.
2780 From North East by Greenfield, to Marvin,
N. Y., 17 miles and back,. once a week. .Leave
North East Tuesday at 1 - pln: arrive at Marvin by
7._P In, Leave Marvin Tuesday at 6a m. arrive at
North East by 12 in.
323' 1 From Westminister, by Union Mills, Silver
Run, Littlestown, Pa., Two Taverns, Gettysburg,
Seven Stars, Caabtown, Grafensburg, and Fayette
villa, to Chambersburg, 49 miles and back,six times
a week.; Leave Westminister daily, except Sunday,
at I,p m ; arrive at Gettysburg byfi p in. Leave
Gettysburg daily, except. Sunday, at , 334 P ar
rive at Chambersburg by pm. Leave Cham
bersburg daily,'-except Sunday at 7a in arrive at
Gettysburg by 1p m. Leave Gettysburg daily, ox
cart Sunday, at 4 a m; arrive at Westminister by
FORM OF PROPOSAL GUARANTEE, AND
t The undersiirnod whose)Hest office ad
dress is county of--- titate of
.roposei to carry the mails of the United States,
rom July 1,1865; to Juno 30, 1868, on Route No.—
between and —, State of Pennsylvania
nder the advdrtt Bement of the Postruester General
dated November' ID, "with polerity, certaitsty.
and security," far the annual sum of dollars.
This proposal is -made with full knowledge of the
clivtanee of the mote the weight of the mail to be
carried, and all "other pall/en/are in rifere7tee to
the route and service,and, (400, affrf careful exami
nation of the laws ad instructions attached to the
The undersigned, residing State of—
undertake that, if the foregoing bid for carrying
the mail od route No.—, be accepted by the Post
niaster General, tho bidder shall, prior to the Ist
day of July, 1884, enter into the required obligation
or contract to perform the service . proposed, with
good and sufficient entities.
Thie we do understanding cii , ftiaethi the
and liabilitice amazed by rnoirantora un,
of the net of Co d grede of Juhi 2, 1
The'llader3igned, postmaster at- 4
certifies, under hie oath of office, that Ito
ted with the above guarantors, and kno
be men of property, and able to
The above certificate must have affixed tuft a five
cent ravenne stamp, cancelled, as Ulu law requires.
INSTRUCTIONS TO 'BIDDERS AND POST:-
Containing nix° condition* tobe incorporated = in the
contracts to the extent the Department •ntrzst deed;
•I, heron minutes are allowed to each intermedi
ate office, when not otherwise specified, for assorting
the mails; but on railroad and steamboat routes
there is to be no more delay than is sufficient for an,.
exchange of thdmail bags.
2. On railroad and steamboat lines, and other
routes 'where the mode of conVevance admits of it,
the special agents of the 'Post Came Department
also Poet Office blanks, mail bags, locks and keys,
are to be conveyed withontextra charge.
3. On railroad and steamboat lines the route
agents ,of the Department, air the British and
Canada mails, when offered, and the agents accona
panying them, are to be con Vend without - charge.
and for their exclusive use, while traveling with the
mails, a contniadiode car, or apartment in the cen
tre of a ear, properly lighted, warmed, and fur
nished, and adapted to the convenient separation
and due security of the mails,,is to be provided by
the contractor, under the direction of the Depart
• • R;iilroad and steamboat companies are required
to take the mail from and deliver 'it into the post
offices at the commencement and end of theirrodes.
and 'Mend from all offices not more than eighty
rod's from a station or Proposals, may be
submitted for the performance of all other aids ser
vice—that is, .for offices over eighty,rods from a sta
thin' or landing:
Receipts will be required for mail bagsconveyedin
charge of persons employed by railroad companies,
]'here will also be - Way-bills'' prepared by postmas
ters, or other agents of the Dep artm en t, to accom pang
the mails, specifying the number and destination of
the several: bags. On the principal stage routes,
I,ikewise, receipts will be required and, way-hills
forwarded; the latter babe examined by the several
postmasters. to insure regularity' in the delivery of
mail bags. -
4. No pay will be made for trips not performed:
and fur each of such ommissions, nut satisfactorily
explained, three tines the pay of the trip may be de
ducted., For arrivals So fur behind time us to break
connexion with depending mails, and not sufficient
ly excused, one-fiurth of the compensation fur the
trip is subject to forfeiture: Dedu dien will also be
ordered for a grade'of perform: nos ildmior to that
specified in the contract. For repeated definquen
mes of the kindherein specified, enlarged penalties,
proportioned to the nature thei col, and the impor
tame of the mail; inay be made.
5. Fur leaving behind. or throwing off the mails,
or any portion of them, for the admission of pass
engers, or for being concerned in setting up or run
ning an express conveying intelligence to advance
of the mail, a quarter's pay May be deducted'.
6. Fines will-be imposed, unless the delinquency
b6promptly, and satisfactorily explained by certifi
cates of pm-tin:Liters or the affidavits of iither credit
blepersons,for failing to arrive in contract time;
for neglecting to take the mail from, or deliver it
into, is post office; for suffering to be wet, inured, de
stroyed. robbed, or lost ; and for refusing, after de
emed, SO convey the mail as frequently as the con
treeterruns, or is 'concerned in running, a coach,
car, or ste tialmat'on a route.
7. 'The ' Poitinaster General may annul the con
tract for repeated fiiilures 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: fur running an express as aforesaid
or for transporting, ersons or Packages conveying
mailable matter, out of the mail.
8. The Postmaster Generalmay order an increase
of service on a route by allowing therefore pro rain
increase on the contract pay. He may change
schedules of departures and arrivals in nil cases, and
particularly to snake them conform to connexions
with railroads, withent , increase ofpay, provided
the running time be not abridged. Ile may-also or
der iiminercase olspeed, allowing, within the re
strietions,of the lawlapro rata increase of pay for the
additional stuck or , carriers, if any. The contrac
tor may, however, in the ease of increase of speed,
relinquish the controet, by giving prompt notice to
the department that heprefers doing so to carrying
the order irate effect. The Postmaster General may
also discontinue or curtail the service, in whole or
in part,in order to place on the route a greater de
gree of service, or whenever the public interests, in
his judgment. shall require such discontinuance or
curtailment for any other cause; lie allowing as a
full indemnity to contractir one nionftes extra pay
on the amount of service dispensed with, and a pro
ram compensation for the amount of ery ice retained
Paythents will be made by collection; front or
drafts on postmasters, or otherwise, after the expir
ation of each quarter—say, in February, May, Au
gust, and November.
The distances aro given according to the, best
information but no increased pay will he all Owed
should they be greater than advertised, if the points
to he supplied are, correctly stated. Bidders iue rt
iatruruttceena*pirctonthispoint,andalso in reference
to time weight of Orel:nail. the condition offends, hills,
strelims,-&c., and all toll bridges, ferries, or obstrue
tionsof any kind by which expense may be incurred.
No claim for additional ,pay, based ou such ground,
can be considered: nor for alleged mistakes or 'misap
prehension as to the degree ofservice; nor for bridges
destroyed, ferries discontinued, or other obstruc
tions increasing distance, occurring during the con
tract term. Offices established after this advertise
thent isissued, and also during the contract term, are
to lie visited without,extra pay, if the distance be
11. Bidder's are cautioned to mail their proposals
in tune to reach the department by the day and
hour named, (3 p to. March 31,) for bids received af
ter that Unit: wall not be enn•iitcred in competition
with a hid - of reasonable amount received in time.
Neither can bids be considered which are without..
the guarrantee required by law and a certificate of
the 'sufficiency of such guarantee.
12. Bidders should first propose for service strict
ly according to the advertisement, and then. if they
desire, seporatety for different service; and if the
regular, bid be the lowest offered,for the advertised
service, the other propositions may be considered.
13. There should be but ono route bid for in a
proposal. Consolidated or combination bids ("pro
posing one sum for two or more routes") are forbid
den by law, and cannot be-considered..
14. ;Me route, the service, the yearly pay, the
name and residence of the bidder, (that is, his
post office adlresti,) and those of each member of a
firm, whore a company offers, should be distinctly
15. Bidders orb requested:to use, as far as practi
cable, the printed proposals furnished by the de ,
partment, to write out in full the sups of their bids,
and to retain collies of them.
Al .ered bids should not be submitted ; nor_ should
bids once submitted be withdrawn. No withdraw
al of 'a bidder or guarantor will be allowed unless
the withdrawal is dated and receeived before the
lust day tor receiring proposals.
Each bid must be guaranteed by two responsible
General guarantees minnot be admitted. Tho bid
and guarantee shbuld be signed plainly with the full
name of each person.
The department reserves the right to reject any
bid which may be deemed extravagant, and also to
disregard the bids of failing contractors and bidders.
16. - The bid should be sealed, superscriped "Mail
Proposals, State of Pennsylvania,? addressed "Sec
ond Assistant Postmaster General, Contract Office,"-
and Bent by email, 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 Ist day of Jag,
1864 ; but the service must be commenced on that
day, or on the mail day next after it, whether the
contracts be executed or not.
Transfers of contracts, or of interest in contracts,
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 offloes on or near railroads,
but more than eighty rods from a station, will, im
mediately after the 31st of Mareh 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 email-messen
ger supply from the Ist of Jnly next.
ND. - Section eighteen of an act of Congress Ap
proved March 3,1815, provides that contracts for the
transportation of the mail 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 due celerity...certain
ty, and security 'of such transportation." Under
thw taw, bids that propose to transport the mailewith
"celerity, certainty, and security," having been de
cided to be the malt legal bids, are construed as pro
viding for the entire mall, however large, and what
ever may be the mode of conveyanee necessary to in
sure its "celerity, certainty, and security: and will
have thepreferenee over all others, and no others
will be yorindered.
A modification of bid in any or it, essontlo it
ter/AS ie tatamount tea hew bid, and cannot be re
calved, so as to interfere with regular competition,
after the last hour set for receiving bids. hf . akitir,
a new bid, with guarantee: and certificate, is the
only way t o modify a protious bid.
. Postmasters are to be careful not to certify
the sufficiency of gurtrautors or snrities without
knowing that they arcersons of sufficient respon
sibility a disregard this instruction by postman.
ere is a 'violation t heir outlx ofcr , subieetent,
them to immediate remora/. All b i dders, gt 111.31111-
ten, and amities are- distinctly notified that on a -
failure to enter into or perform the contracts for the
service proposed for in the accepted, bids, their 10.
girl liabilities 'trill be enforced against them.
r Present contractors, and persons known at
th — o department, mast, equally witkothers; procure and certificate-sof their saffleino
tantially in the forms above prescribed. The cot°
tificate of sufficiency must be signed bY n Thastirust?r
or by a judge of a court ` , f recent, and must have.
affixed to it, a fire cent revenue stamp, cancelled,
as required by law. No other certificate will be ad-,
snide& ' M. BLAIR, Poktwo,ter Genrrat.
By the 4211 section of the act of Congress ' to'
amend the laws relating to the Post Office Depart
ment," approved March 3, 'NI, all communications
addressed to either . of the executive departments of
the government 'must be prepaid postage
stamps." Proposals should. therefore, be thus pre
paid. unless from persons to whom authority to
frank snail mutter Is conferred by thesamo law.
Jan 20, 64.-fft
er the trltli
Ws them to
tirat - eitate *afro.
GR A FFENBURi4 SPRINGS
AND MOUNTAIN LAND AT PUBLIC:SAI.R,— . .
'The god e rot glw.l, Aqiigueel of David 600t1 ray atl'W I fe..
trill .ell nt Public S t le. on ZOitirdoy the I=o, day of
March, IBt4. pre ntewt. the f.ilawing Reza Dante,
.itte on the Turnpike, ab •nt half way bet wool Chant
hers.turg and GettyAburg. to „Allmon 'County. a tract of
750 Arreth. of hand. chrith. , it into Lola. ne follows:
No-I—The NIA IiSIOV TRACT .otitalning . 160 - Arrra.
shout 50 of which In itnprosed Land, well lint .d and In
a good state of cultivation and the balance of the Meg
is well net with Che' , tout. Pine nail other timber. 'The'
(iItAFFENIRTICO HOTEL mid SPRI NOS, one of the most
healthy and pl,tosant Slimier Results fn this uart of
the State. is upon thin tract. The llot'el is e , 411.strittlial
huillittg,ll2 feet byllo. atwoxUns back latild
ing.-15 feet by 0, hid oft into rooms fir the nee of
h ,arders. Visitors, he. Ron s neeted with it is a Shin
Room and Writ Mike. Also a large mid Convenient,
RATH I:ICI:SR, with 29 Bell Booms War/test; extensive
Stabling. Blacksmith Shop, Ire How. Tetellitt-Alley,
Resolving Swing, and all otner necessary buildings .
"Aloo t is Tenant ILinee and n Young Orchard of
No. 2—Adjoining the Above. contains t>2. Ames and ls
well cot ere.] with voting Timber. .
No 10—Contain; 2 )1 Acres And is well set with wntfa•
Chest nnt. rind Ruck Onk. .
• Also—The flu lisided onii.helf of DS ACTPH,
T. Stovitos and Stniirt;Burn t 'ire)! setlrith
'Persons wishing to yit v the'pretniscs, w II cell .1)
either of tlic iinbiscribcr.. Sale to cam:lichee at the
(111iffelibrirg Ilntnl, nt lu o'clock. A. in.. on said dep.
who,A the condition. will be ninde ktionu by
Ul. 17-1 t
DUBLIC- SALE.—l'he subscriber
having been appLinted by the Orphane' Coati of
cunnty. at thelast y „ 1 sa id f vast.
Trustee to sell the Neal El'tfAlS of John Etter, late a
Green township, deceased. will tiler n t Public tale. tra
Saturday, the 27th day of February 'it'll. on the preml
kes. the following described Rea idisinte. .
I. A Tract f LIMESTONE LAND. sitmite in Grew
township, Pi noklin county, near Salem Church. 4 utile,
from Cniimberelotrg, along . the Loudon road. csateitting
113 ACRES and 95 PERCIIES, Inure or lees:2s or 30 ,
Acres of which are c.,rered with Chestnut, Oak. nod
Hickory, bounded by Lands ofWiu Etter. Jacob Plough.
Etenry Ebersole and others. There Is it govt two-storied
LOG DWELLING on the premises, n good BANK DAMN
and ell thy: other lieuel.eary out-bnildines. .Tbe said
Tract is in n good state of cultiratiun. Theirl. Is a good
OKCIIARD upon the place, and a Well ut nover-failiog
Wr.ter. ' s
2 A TRACT OF WOOD LAlb. situated in Lett erkenny
township. PrgrAlln county, 'minded 'n o de of Wyo.
Ettor, Fred'lr. Derk.and Metiellan g heirs, containing 121
ACRES and 95 YERCIIES, more or las. this Tract is
well TIMBERED, without improveniesitg.
Sale to immune:moat I o'clo , :k, on said tiny; whemtrin
terms will be made known by
leb3 is JOINT 11. ETTER, Trusts°.
[Lancaster Examiner copy 2t, send bail to this cities
VALUABLE FAliil.l FOR SALE
v —The subscriber offers at Private i•nle;his FAh3l.'
situated about,4 mile from Quincy, etattaing ILI AC.R.hB
I.lof which in TIMBER „anti thrixieg Che,tLut. %
of the Farm isof U.° bestquidity oILVIESTU,N LARD
and allm a high state of cultivaWat. The improve
mentsare a largo BIZICIC, itousr,"ziiiih portico, and
porches. a new BRICK BANK BARN -itileet long, With'
Wagon Shed and Corn Crib attached', domile Yramr
ourriage Ilouse.ltrick WIIBiI Hove°. Smokehouse, hake
Oven. and ail noceesaiy outbuildings - . in good repair
There is ,a large Cistern ri • ,e to the harn.used for Ott], k
and one near the kitchen. There lea Well ot excellt it
water la the yard. There is also a variety of choice
Fruit, su ch as Pears.Phuns. l'eachms and.tirapesin the
yard. TherelsalsolgoodOßCllAßDoryoung thrittiac
Fruit on the premises
Vereone vri,bing to view tbe I.lnd cvn dose by asiling
on tbe enbeeribe,.er any inrorniation reepeetint: it en c
baobtainedby cßllingon Baleley. Cointy Treas
nrer. ["pt JOHN ]IIbI,OIVER.
I'iRIVATE SALE OF TANNERY.
NEAR FA YETTEvILLE:—Tire imashogned will
sw at Private ale, the follewil g described HEAL i
TATS, to wit:
30 ACRES OF LAND.
Allander good l'enc..antltillable.with a goo(' Brltkbwell
ins, a neser ~tiling well of good water Hear the door, a
1,-.Z3 &an and Thrashing Floor, a fraeloTehattl benrirrk
the best fruit. Ale.
,o(32leirgeVnts. 61orge Leaches with limes :Intl pool,
Berk Mill , Roller. Pinup and Fulling Storks.nil i n vxcwl
lent order. flu) whole °printing by WATEI!
Also rigors.' Harkshed. nil unenrpassed In conreniens •
The •tbaseproperty will be shown to sny person or tr
Plientfon to Jacob It. Cook of inyetteTilre. or J o hn J.
Cook of Clutmbersburg Terms will be resit nol.le.
June 17, 41 3-tf -PET Eft • COOK .
&Ail/ESTATE AT PUBLIC
SALE.—Thc srih.criber, Ex. entre* of the }state . f
. o Snyder. latent !lentil ton township, Yranklin con rt.
ty decd, will expose to Pnldic Outer - . on the promises,'
on Saterd o. e. the sth day of Nal 6,1 M, et 1 r. clock. P.
M., the followingminable Real Estate, viz: 2 TRACTS
OY LAND; one containing 23 ACRES end 132 PERCH
ES. nil cit4tred but a little . over an acre, and in taletehle
order. The Improvements are It 1.0.1 blr EL Lib 0
!It 'US E and Log Stable, with a Well of neve...failing Wa
ter near the door. There is niso a smell °Peri/MD 'of
good Fruit TR.E... it I.sln , ritat oft the Warn. .Spring, rood,
in Hamilton township, ne tr Cashtown, enjoining 111154 P uf
Lenhou}. Porker and others.
Also, Tract No. 2. conteining 11 ACRES and. PER
CHES. located jnst by Ceslitown. on the Warm Spring
rued, This tract is all TIMBER LAND.
poesession will be given on th-let of April next.
Sole toemnmenee nt 1 o'clock, when the tern,
will ..e mile known by
feb li}te WM. RAPVIINSI3I%I . RG Kx'r.
VAIXA BLE IZEAL ESTATE AT
v . PRIVATE. f3AL i.--The undersigned intends it ov.•
Itig to the West, offeri at Private Sale a LOT ot tiItOLYND
Br London „containing about ONE on whirl' is
erected a two `Lit tried WEA1111.3010)1.1tIDED ',WEL
LING }IOUS& a rough east Ten tut lloriels and tittop,
Brick Spring fluuse, Wood Home, smoke 'Muer. Stable
timbal necessary ut lauldingit. There's also a variety,
of PPUIT TREES tha premisrA. Thlo property lie
well adapted fur almost +my hind of mechanical Wel.
" Als e--48 ACRES of BOTTOM LAND. witbfn to of a
.. Liutiou. about of which is heavy Timbinea,
the baitin(' is well set in grass,
Alvis=-3.”4 ACRES of SLATE LAND. situate abort
1~ wile from Bridgeport. tuljoining lauds of Rib C.
!lorries mid Jacob ilaterasin. Tense 1718;i0 renitonabbe
Por further particulate address DAVID TESTER,
Jan 2.7-31u* London. Pa.
IMPORTANT TO IRON MANI%
FACTURLSIS AND STOdE. RAISERS.—I ;will sea
ut Private Sale, 1,300 ACRES OF' PATENTED LAND,
sitooted in St. Thonnet townaltip. Franklin county, Pa.
on the Public Road hauling from Gnyer's Tavern to
Loudon, 0 miles from thelatter place. About 100 Acres
of this tract are cleared, the balance covered with thri
ving CREST:NET and other TIMBER, willch would
answer for Cordwood or Rills. There is also good op
pentances of IRON ORE on the premises. Coat hearths
are leveled on most of the Timber land. The improve•
meats area LOG ROUSE. Log Barn and 4 Tenont f aeces,
and'a good Apple Orchard, Peoch.Cherry and Pear Trees.
Also—A SAW MILL and CHOPPING MILL, in Food
running order, with 18 feet of bead and fall. This
property would afford a good opportunity •0 make
money. For terms apply to the subscriber. mid** on
the prem i s es. [feb 3-tf.] FREDERICK GILBERT.
ofVUBLIC SALE OF REAL ES
TATE.—By virtue of en order cf the Orbbnme Court
ntuklin county, Pa, the nndereigned, tinardiatrof
Elizabeth Lowe and Alice Lowe, a ill oiler at Public Sale,
on the premises, on Saturday, the AM day of Muth,
1864. the following deecribed Real Estate, to wit: An
undivided portion Or interest, being the ono-sixth of the
YAM or Tract of Land. situate partly in Peters town
-11AP, and Partly in aionttpmery fownship, bounded by
lands of Adam Hoke, lands of • hsire of John Bradley.
lands of heirs of J. R. Myers, land of Cernellaa L° 11 " 1 "
hal:4h, fluids of heirs of tyro. Stenger and others. c-,;t:-
mining 300 Acre:: more or lees, with a two story BW Kt'
LING ROUSE, part Stone and part Woad, and la Lai
Barn thereon erected.
Salo to commence at 1 o'clock., P. M., on wad tlay, when
he terms will be made bJ JAM SS D. SCOTT. •
tab 1741 Guardian mai oforiszlll.
.11 OM DOWNEY, t
JOAN Ii ‘RTNIAN' t A514)/4er•