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From the Richmond Enquirer.
The JVew Olive Branch. —“ Hamilto n” (Sir.
M. Carey) is again wielding his pen.—
He has put forth a fresh sheet in “ The
.Vtio Olive Branch, a Solemn Warning on the
Banks of the Rubicon, addressed “To the
Citizens of (South Carolina.”—The title
sufficiently bespeaks its object.—He be
gins with laying down certain proposi
tions, in favour of the constitutionality and
expediency oft lie Tariff, which ho intends
to prole—He then tells the Citizens of S.
i that “Appearances are so alarming in
your quarter, uud the danger of an explo
sion so great, that it behooves nil those
who foci an interest in the national hon
our, or in the security of the peace and
happiness of our beloved country, to cou
irilnilu their efforts to allay the existing
1 raicnt.”—He passes on to the effects of
"a forcible resistance to any law of the
} iu m in? HlllUll 14
might bring on—next, tho dissolution ot
the Union—and lastly, tho horrible con
sequences of such a disunion—anti he
cuiicl'iilcs by attempting to show the ia
consistency of.fudge Cooper, “who has
taken t'ac lead ia tins crusade agains t the
Tariff and Internal Improvement !!
whose powerful talents he admits, whose
motives he does not deny may he honest,
\i't mistaken —but whoso present opin
ions he contends arc erroneous, and his
measures most pernicious.
Wa make ail allowance for ?>lr. Ca
rry's motives. The panic, under which
hr is laboring, is apparent in every line oi
liis composition—.\or is Mr C. alone ex
cited about the movements in So. Caro
lina. They have excited a deep interest
throughout 1 lie Union. Most ul those
who arc conscientiously opposed to the
Tariff, and devoted to the banner oi State
Mights, whilst they sympathize with the
suflerings of the oppressed t itizens of
rkinth Carolina; whilst they admire the
eloquence with which she lias supported
her opinions, and jlo ample Justice to the
motives of her gallant, and highminded
tons, and avoid every means ofunneces-
Mi ily gulling their feelings, are yet equal
ly firmi in counteracting every measure
"’lnch would point to nullification, to
tiolence, or disunion. Not such arc the
partizns’t of Mr. Clay—the National
Hcpuhlicans, that is, the jVent Coalition,
the friends ofthe new tirm of Clay. Web
ster & Co.—those men who go for the
elevation of their favourites, at every risk
®nd hazard, and resort to every means
and misrepresentation for tho accour
i'lifhment oftheir designs. These men
nre attempting to brand the whole Jack
son party with the name of null firm: And
marching one step farther, many of these
me attempting to shew, that the doctrine
ofthe whole (State-Right Party, “leads
Mat wo beg nil these gentlemen—wc
heg Mr. Carey, to put himself at his ease.
'«hatevor conclusion any of “the ap
pearances” may have justified, wo beg
1 ’Off to assure them, that “ The Danger is
wo. ’ Wc donut speak idly or unadvised
-1 upon a subject of this sort—We have in
urmation, upon which we can most con
“?•'% rely, that no statute or edict of
• 11 lb,location will lie passed in 8. C.—but
"ml she will continue, in con junction with
Gi'ginia, North Carolina, Georgia, and
mother Anti-Tariff States, to protest
's'-iinst that measure, as both inexpedient
ml inconsistent with the spirit of the
1 nsfitufion-thatthere will he “along
: n strong poll, and a pull altogether,
feT?*! encroachments of the
Government. No change of
,0 ‘"V 1 change the trinciitlea of flic
u i,„, still go against “this bill ol
' “'nnW’soabhMront so this new
,er Smiled constitution, and to
,L ’'"hghtenod ng3. —Hut Mr. Corey
* 'stnisg his par.ic; and abandon his
* u—for the prese nt.
1 of)o |n
,t ie the meaning in this
K . m ,' , l y °f Esa/uire, or 135q.1 Wc wish
not i°‘ y ' Vf,u,<l inform ns. We arc
bleti" l ,oßs WJsion of Noah Webster*
bis our ‘ievil declares it Kents
r,li r „i all to pieces. We find it ap
vcv j ° - I * l sorts of persons. The I/tiw
jie 3 * called Esq. —The Justice of tht
Mn ,S . denominated Eta. —The Post
Car,,'? ~ s ydeped Esq. 'The Millti*
‘ ln 13 dubbed £sj.-—Tho pierchaW
is an Esq. —The Innkeeper is nn Esq. —
Y The Master Printer is an Esq. —The
Journeyman Printer is an Esq. —And
libera nos dominf, even the Editor is occa
sionally complimented with the appen
dage of Esq. Wc, ourself, have some
times an Esq. dangling upon the super
| scription of our letters. Wc know not
what to think of it. It has a suspicious as
£ pect; it is to say tho least, very ambign
u ous; nn<l were it not that the letters arc
>f very civil, business-like, and now and
, 0 then containing cash, we should think
•- the Esq. intended as nn insult. At any
Jj rate wc would gi vc all the honor wc have
r ever derived or every shall derive from
e the word, to kjiow its meaning,
J Mr. Everett, mi his oration at Boston
2 on the (sth July, introduced the following
' “When Charles Carroll of Carrollton
r crossed the hall, another member spor
[ tively remarked, as he passed before him
—“There goes a half a million of money
■ at the dash of a pen!” The clear and
beautiful character ofhis signature evin
! ces that his mind was undisturbed by the
1 sinister prediction. Carroll was im
' menscly rich; but he reckoned his gold
I as dross in comparison with honor, con
science and liberty. He chose wisdom
in preference to wealth—l mean true
wisdom—the wisdom ofthe Scriptures—
i which is Honesty, Virtue, Religion—and
r experience has shown that in his case, as
in every other, length of days is in her
right hand; and in her left hand riches
and honor. Charles Carroll of Carroll
ton is the only signer who survives to
witness the 54 th anniversary of this great
and good day— to receive us the living
representative ofhis fellow signers, the
grateful homage of tho country. He
survives with nndhninished wealth; and
I may add, with nndhninished alacrity to
stake it without hesitation upon the result
of any honorable and useful enterprise.
A Coarrous Refusal. —A gentleman
having prevailed upon a young lady to
whom he was engaged, to give him her
miniature promised his in return, ns soon
ns he should find a good artist. The
lovers meanwhile had quarrelled. The
gentleman desirous of making his peace,
said, “I have just seen a fine miniature,
by the celebrated E——; mine shall be
executed next week if you say so.” “It
is a matter of equal iadifloronce to me,”
she replied, “which is executed, you or
your miniature, for I am resolved to ac
To remove a, tight stopper from a decanter.
It frequently happens that the stopper
fixed Tii its place so firmly that the exer
tions ol’ force sufficiently to withdraw it
would endanger the vessel. In this case
if a doth wetted with hot water he ap
ulied to the neck of the bottle, the glass
will expand and the neck will be enlar
ged. so us to allow the stopper to be easily
Gum;Hal Post Officf. Department,
July U)th, 1830.
1,1 OR carrying the Mails of the United
’ States on the following Post Routes
in Georgia, will be received at this olliee
until the 13thday of October next, inclu
2301. Prom Savannah by Hiceboro’ lo
Darien, 63 miles and back, twice a week,
in four-horse post conches.
JLoave Savannah every Monday and
Thursday at 4 am, arrive at Darien same
days by 5 p m.
Leave Darien every Tuesday and Fri
day at 8 am, arrive at Savannah same
days by 1) p m.
2353. From Augusta by Cnlbreath’s,
Lombardy, Warrenton, Powelton, Spar
ta, and Devernuxs Store to Midedgeville.
’ })0 miles and back every day, in four-horae
Leave Augugtr. every day nt 10 n m,
arrive at Millcdgevillc the next day by 10
. a m.
Leave Millodgevillc every day at 1 a
‘ to, arrive at Augusta same day by II pm.
2353. From Milledgeville, by Pittsburg,
Fortville, Clinton, Macon, Eehoeono,
1 Knoxville and Columbus to Fort Miteh
i ell, 130 miles and back, daily between
, Vlilledgeville and Macon, and three limes
, a week between Macon & Fort Mitchell.
' Leave Milledgeville every day at 11 a
in, arrive at .Macon same day by 8 p in,
, leave Macon every Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday, at;) pm, arrive at Fort Mitch -
; ell next days, Tuesday, Thursday, and
r Saturday, by 8p m.
Leave Fort Mitchell every Monday,
* Wednesday and Friday, at I p m, arrive
at Macon next days, Tuesday, Thursday
] mid Saturday, by 12, noon, leave Macon
J- every day at 1 p in, arrive at .Milledgeville
. same day by 10 pm.
2351. From Petersburg by Danlmrgh,
i Washington, Raytown & Double YVells
. to Powelton, 49 miles and back, twice a
w eek in four-horse post coaches.
Leave ‘Petersburg every Tuesday and
'I Friday at 4a m, arrive at Powelton, same
3 days by 5 p i>»- ,
Leave Powelton every Monday ami
Thursday nt 5 a in, arrive at Petersburg
same days by 6 p ni.
.. 2‘ios. From Darien by New Hope Fer
ry, Brunswick, Fancy Blnfl, Bethel,
Wayncsville, Langshurg ami Jefferson
“ ton, to St, Itlary’s, 81 miles and back, once
■. a week, in sulkies.
Leave Diuicn evccy Thursday nt 4 p
m, arrive at St. Mary’s every Saturday by
11 a in.
s Leave St. Mary’s every Saturday ato
h p ru, arrive at Darien every Monday by 7
s 2356. From Darien to Frederica, lo
s miles omi back, once a Week.
»- Darien every Friday at 5 n
in.arri ve at Frederica same day by 10 a ni.
e Leave Frederica every Thursday nt2 p
it m, arrive at Darien same day by 6p m.
a 2157. From Sunbury to Uiceboro’ 10
it miles and back, once a wcefc.
Leave Sunbury every Thursday at 7 A
J m, arrive at Hiceboro’ same day by 10 am.
I Leave Hiceboro* every Thursday at
- noon after the arrival ofthe mail from Sa
vannah, and errive at Sunbury in three
’ From Savannah by Effingham!
t c.h., Newington, Jacksonboro' and Miil
- Haven to Augusta, 119 miles and back,.
- three times a week, in two horse stages.
1 rn, Lcavo Savannah every Tuesday,
I 1 hursday, and Saturday, at 3a m. nr
; rive at Augusta every Wednesday, Fri
’ day anil Sunday, by 8a m.
• Leave Augusta every Tuesday, Thitrs
i day and Saturday at 3 a in, arrive at
Savannah every Wednesday, Friday, &
Sunday, by 8 a in.
2359. From Savannah by Big Ohoo
i pee Bridge, Dublin, Contes’ Store, Coo!
Spring, and Marion to Macon, 175 miles
and hack, once a week, in four horse sto
Leave Savannah every Monday nt 4
a in, arrive at Marion every Wednesday
by 1 p in.
Leave Marion same day at 2 p in. ami
arrive at Macon same day (Wednesday)
by 7 pm.
Leave Macon every Friday at. 4 a in,
arrive at Marion same day by 9 n in.—
Leave Marion same day at 10 am, ar
rive at Savannah every Sunday by 7 p
2360. From Savannah by Statesboro’,
Swaincsborough, liirdsville, and Bark
Camp, to Louisville, 116 miles and back,
once a week.
Leave Savannah every Saturday nl 5
n in, arrive at Birdsville every Monday
by 4 pm. Leave Birdsville every Tues
day ats am, and arrive at Louisville same
day by II a in.
Leave Louisville, every Tuesday at 1
p m, arrive at Savannah every Friday by
2361. From Birdsville so Wayncs
borough, 16 miles and back, oncen week.
Leave Birdsville every Monday at 4
p ni, after the arrival of the mail from '
Savannah, and arriveat Waynesborougli
in four hours.
Leave Waynesborougli every Monday
ntlOam, arrive at Birdsville same day
by 3 p in.
2362. From Louisville by Shoals of
Ogecchec, Hock Mills. Shivers's Mills,
and Powelton, to Cruwfordsville, 58 miles
and hack, once a week.
Leave Louisville every Tuesday at 1 p
m, arriveat Craw fords ville every Wednes
day by 6 p m.
Leave Crawfordsville every Monday
at 5 am, arrive at Louisville every Tues
day by ll am.
2363. From Augusta by Darby's, Cul-
Iff.ra&fi.'&viHinJiiT•mUtwWttJ&A'&ilsi! &\ l i
Office, Elberton, Kiickersville, Pleasant
Grove, Engle Grove, and Bowersville,to
Carnesville, 120 miles and back, once a
week, in two horse stages.
Leave Augusta every Monday at 3 a !
m, arrive at Petersburg same day byHp
m. Leave Petersburg every Tuesday at
6 am, arrive at Carnesville every Wednes
day by II a in.
Leave Carnesville every Wednesday
at 3 p m, arrive at Petersburg every
Thursday by 0 p in. Leave same every 1
Friday at 3 a in, arrive at Augusta every
Friday by Bpm. ;
2361. Front Augusta by Columbine h.
Watson’s Store,W liglitsboroiigliAVash
ington, Centreville, Lexington, and Beth- <
leiie.m to Athens, 91 miles and back, <
twice a week, in four-horse post coaclies.
Leave Augusta every Monday nnd J
Thursday at noon, arrive nt Athens eve
ry Tuesday and Friday by H p m.
Leave Athens every Wednesday nnd :
Saturday at 3 a in. arrive nt Angus- i
ta every Thursday jMomlnyhy 11 am.
2365. From Athens by Bnscoble. Hnr- i
niouy Grove, Jcllbrsou, 1 lumeano Shoals,
Kellogg's Store, Guiusville. Winns, High
tower, or Elo'wab, in the Cherokee Na*
tion, and Carmel, to Spring Place, lot)
miles nnd back, once a week.
Leave Athens every Wednesday til I
Gam, arrive at Spring Place every Sa
turday by 6 p m.
Leave Spring Place i-rry Sunday tit
0 a in, arrive at Athens every Tuesday
by 8 p m.
3366. From Milledgeville by Fairfield
Eatontnn, Madison, Salem, and VN at
kinsville, to Athens, 76 miles and back,
in two horse stages.
Leave Milledgeville every Thursday
at noon, arrive at Salem everyl' riday by
3pm. Leave same ul half past 3j» in,'
and arrive ut Athens same day bj, H
1 Leave Athens every Wednesday at 1
am, arrive at Salem by 8 a lit, nv;. at
Milledgeville every Thursday by H am.
2367. From Athens by Baiiibridge and
Laughridgo to Lawrcnccvillc, 41 miles
and back, once a week.
Leave Athens evoi’y Wednesday ut
G a in. arrive at Laurenceville every
! Thursday by 10 am.
Leave Laurenceville every Fliursday
, at 2 p in, arrive ut Athens every Friday
i byspin. ,
i 2368. From LanrcnccviUe by Choice s
Store, Decatur c h, Sfrolhev's and Millsi
I to Fayetteville, 44 miles and back, once
; a week. .
lienvcliaurcncoville every Thursday
1 at noon, arrive at Fayetteville every Fn
: day by noon.
Leave Fayetteville every Wednesday
- at 1p m, arrive at Laurenceville on Thurs
, day by II a in.
2369. From Fayetteville, by Spencer s
* Store, McDonough, Double Cabin, Poy
ne’s Store, Head s, Zebulon, Thomnston,
> Franklin Academy, nnd Culloden, to
j Knoxville, 102 miles, and buck, once a
3 Leave Fayetteville every Friday at 1
7 pm, arrive at Knoxville every Sunday
by 8p m. „
5 Leave Knoxville every Monday ot 5 a
m, arriveat Fayetteville every Wednes
j day by noon.
i. 2370. From Fayetteville to Newnan,
[t 22 miles, and back, once a week.
Leave Fayetteville every Friday nt 1
0 pm,arrive at Newnan same day by 8
Leave Newnan every Friday at 4 am,
arriveat Fayetteville same day by 11a
237 i. From Decatur eh, by Standing
• ® ach Free, Sandtown, nnd Campbell ;
c li, to Liberty, 39 miles, and back, once l
Leave Decatur c h every Friday nt 6 a i
m, arrive nt Liberty same day by 8 p in. |
Leave Liberty every Thursday at 0
a in, arrive ut Decatur same day by 7p .
8372- Prom Columbus, by Hamilton,
King s Gap, Greenville, La Grange, Flat i
Creek, Newnan, &, Botherwood’s, to Car
rollton, 1,34 miles nnd back, once a week.
lioave Columbus every Wednesday nt
5 am, arrive at Newnan every Friday by
Leave same every Saturday at 1 n m,
arriveat Carrollton shine dny by noon.
Leave Carrollton every Saturday nt2
P ni, arrive*ut Columbus every Tuesday ,
by 5 pin. • (
2173. From Athens to Monroe, 25
miles, nnd back, once a week, in 2 horse .
I.oave Athens every Wednesday at 8
a in, arrive nt ?nmc day by 3 p
Leave Monroe every Thursday at 8
n in, arrive nt Athens same day by 3 p m.
2371. From Clinton by Hillsboro’, Mon
tieello, and Shady Dale, to Madison, 48 (
miles, and back, once a week ,
Leave Clinton every Tuesday nt 2 p
in, arrive at Monticello same day by 8 p
in, and at Madison every Wednesday by '
3 p m. |
Leave Madison every Monday nt 6 a
in, arrive at Clinton every Tuesday by |
2375. From Monticello,by Oak Grove,
Leeks ville, Covington, Mount Pleasant, •
Social Circle, Monroe, Hampden, Law- ,
renceville, and Chesnut Hill, tc Gaines
ville, 98 miles, nnd buck, once a week.
Leave Monticello every Wednesday nt
5 a in, arrive nt Monroe same dny by 7
p in, and at Gainesville every Friday by i
1J n rn. <
Leave Gainesville every Friday nt 2 p
in, arrive at Monticello every Sunday by
7 p m.
2376. .From Sparta, by Mount Zion,
Now Hope, Kockville, Eatonton, and
Mount Horeb, to Monticello, 51 miles,
and buck, once a week.
Leave Sparta every Monday nt 2 p m,
arrive nt Monticello every Tuesday by 6
Leave Monticello every Wednesday
at 4 n ni, arrive at Sparta same day by 8
2377. From Carnesi'ille, by Jones’
ville. to Hives’, 60 miles, and back, once a
Leave Carnesville every Wednesday
at 2 p ni, arrive ut Hives’ every Friday by
9 a in.
Leave Hives’ ei’ery Friday ut 10 am,
arriveat Carnesville every Saturday by
2378. From Carnesville, by Hollings
worth's Farm, Clarksville, and McDoiv- 1
ell's, lo Claytonsville, 60 miles, and back, 1
once a week. 1
Leave Carnesville every Wednesday
at noon, arrive nt Claytonsville every ’
Thursday by 8 p in.
Leave Claytonsville cVery Friday nl 1
5 a ni, arrive at Carnesville every Satur- (
tiny by noon.
2379. From Spring Place, by New t
Eehota, to Head of Coosa, 43 miles, and r
back, once a week.
Leave Spring Place every Sunday ul <
2 p in, arrive nt Head of Coosa every i
Monday by 3 p in. f
Leave Head of Coosa every Saturday
at 6 a in, arriveat Spring Place same dny i
by 7p m. _ 1
2380. From Powelton, by White
Plains, Greensboro’, Kingston, Madison, t
Newborn, nnd Rockdale, to Covington, <
74 miles, uud back, once a wtfek, in 2
Leave Powelton every Tuesday r* i a 1
m; arrive Covington every Wednesday <
* Leave Covington every Wednesday nt i
I p n»; arrive at Powelton every Thurs- i
day by 7 p m. _
From Grnntsvillc to Greensbo- j
ro’, 13 miles, and back, once a week.
LeaveGrnntsville every Tuesday at?
a in; arrive a Greensboro’ same day by ■
10 n in.
Leave Greensboro’ every Tuesday ut i
noon, after the arrival ofthe moil from |
Powelton [No. 2380:] arrive ut Grants
villc same day by 4 pm. 1
“-'—j. From Washington l»y Mallorys- i
ville, Goose Pond, and Dnnshy's, to El
berton, 37 miles, and back* mice a week, i
Leave Washington every Wednesday
nt 7 n iti; arrive ut Elberton yume day by |
‘ 1 Leave Elberton every Thursday ntG ]
am; arrive ut Washington same duy by
7 23W3. From Milledgeville, by Sanford’s
Store, Snow Hill, New Hope, Grcenfibo
ro’, and Scull Shoals, so Salem, (>j miles,
and back, once a week.
Leave Milledgeville every 1 hursday nt
11 ainj arrive at Salem every Friday by
3 p in. , .
Leave Salem every Wednesday im
mediately after the arrival of the mail
from Athens. 8a m, [No. 2W6,] and ar
rive nt Millcdgeville every 1 hursday hj
4 2JS4. From Eatonton,by Butler’s,Mont
gomery, Greensboro’, Bcmon s > oFe >
Bowling Green, Lexington, Johnson •*,
Danielsville, and Madison Spring,
Carnesville; return by McVille, Danic s
ville, Ac. to Eatonton, equal to KM) miles,
and back, once a week. , „ . ft
Leave Eatonton every Saturday nt*
n in; arrive ut Carnesville every Monday
t,J Lcavc Carnesville every Wednesday
nl noon; arrive at Eatonton every *• n a>
b> 2383 m From Macon, by Stallings Stow,
Forsyth, Indian Springs, Jackson, Mc-
I Donotigh, Hickory Grove, and Oak Mill,
to Covington, 90 miles, nnd back, once a
week, on horseback, and one additional
trip n week between Macon and Forsyth,
in 2 horse stages.
Leave Mncou every Monday at 1 p m;
arrive at Coviugton every Wednesday
by II am.
Leave Covington every Wednesday
ut I p in; arrive ut Macon every Friday
by 10 a m.
Leave Macon every Tuesday, by stage,
at noon, arrive at Forsyth same day by
7 p m.
Leave Forsyth every Wednesday at
8 a ni, arrive ut Macon same day by3p
2386. From Milledgeville, by Free
man's Store, Blountsville, Hctiisaidu, and
Hillsboro, to Monticello; return, by South
Union, Stanford’s y. Bonds, nnd Fair
Oi'uvf, lo MilloUg-evillr, equal to 30 miles
and back, once a week.
Leave Milledgeville every Tuesday nt
5 a ni, arriveat iVlonticello same day by
6 p m.
Leave Monticello every Wednesday
nt 5 a in, arrive at Milledgeville same day
by 7 p m.
2387. From Athens to Danielsville,
16 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Athens every Wednesday at 3
p in, arrive ut Danielsville silmc day by 7
Leave Danielsville every Thursday
ut 8 n in, arrive at Athens same day by
2588. From Columbus by EUerslie,
Waverly Hull, Talbotton, Liberty,, and
Torbert*ville, to Thonmstou, 61 miles mid
back, once n week.
Leave Columbus every Sunday at 10 a
m, arrive at Thomaston every Monday
by 6 p m.
Leave Thomnston every Tuesday at 5
am, arrive at Columbus every Wednes
day by 2 p in.
2389. From EUerslie by Upotoi to
Marion c h, i;i miles and back, once a
Leave EUerslie every Sunday nt 4 p
in, arrive at Marion c h every Monday by
6 p m.
Leave Marion c h every Tuesday nt 5
a in, arrive ul EUerslie same day by 7 p
2390. Prom Lawrenceville by Pinck
ney ville mid Head of Coosa to Bcnnetts
villc, Ala. 143 miles and buck, once in
Leave Lawrcnccvillc every other
Thursday nt2 p m, arrive nt Bcnnetts
ville the next Sunday by G p m.
Leave Bennetteville every other Mon
day ntG a nl, arrive at Lawrenceville the
next Thursday by 10 a nl.
2191. From Knoxville by Fort Valley
and Perry to Berrien, 5G miles and back,
Leave Knoxville every Thursday ut 5
a in. arrive at Berrien every Friday by I
Leave Berrien every Tuesday at 2 p
in, arrive ut Knoxville every Wednesday
by G p m.
2392, From Milledgeville by Irwin
lon, Baltic’s Store, Marion, Tarver’s
Store, 11 artford, Millwood, Berrien, Pin
derton, BainbridgC, Quincy, Fior. Ter.
and Salubrity, to Tallahassee, 256 miles
and back, once a week in 2 horse stagi*s.
Leave Milledgeville every Thursday
at 11 a in, arrive ut Marion every Friday
by 9 n m; leave Marion same day at 19 a
in, and arrive at Tallahassee every Tues
day by G p in.
Leave Tallahassee every Friday nt 6
am, arrive at Milledgeville every Wed
nesday by 6 p in.
2393. From Pinderton by Byron. Con
cord, and Fort Gaines, to Irwin's Store,
in Henry county, Al. 78 miles and back,
once a week.
Leave Pinderton every Monday at G a
in, arrive at Irwin’s Store every Tuesday
by 7 p nt.
Leave Irwin’s Store every Wednesday
ntG a ni, arrive at Pinderton every Thurs
day by 7 p m.
2391. From Irwintonby Dublin, Mount
Vernon, Perry’s Mills, Mattox, and
Baggs, to Darien, 125 miles and back,
once a week.
Leave Irwinton every Saturday at 4 u
in, arrive ut Darien every Tuesday by 11
Leave Darien every Tuesday nt 1
p in, arrive ut Irwinton every Friday by
7 p in.
2195. From Milledgeville to Irwinton,
20 miles nnd back, once a week.
Leave Milledgeville every Friday ntll
a mj arrive ut Irwinton same day by G
Leave Irwinfon every Saturday at 5 n
m; arrive at Millegeville same day by 10
2390. From Wayncsville to Warebo
ro’, 55 miles nnd back, once a week.
Leave Wayncsville every Friday after
the arrival of the mall from Darien; ar
rive at Wureboro’ every Saturday by 3
Leave Warehoro’ every Thursday at
Gam ,arrive at Wayncsville every Fri
day by 9 n ill.
2397. From Hartford, by Copeland,
Jacksonville, nnd Ashley's Mills, to Aj>-
ling c h, or Holmesville» 08 utiles and
hack, once n week.
Leave Hartford every Saturday nt 5 a
in; arrive at Uolmesville every Monday
by G pnn.
Leave Uolmesville every Tuesday ot
6 a in; arrive at Hartford every ’I hursday
From Jacksonville, by Frank
linvilleor Irwin cll, Sharp’s store, Thom
usville, and Dancansville, to Tallahassee,
Flo. Ter. IG3 miles, nnd buck, once in
Leave Jacksonville every other Mon
day nt 6 n m; arrive at Tallahassee the
next Friday by 4 pm. .
Leave Tallahassee every other Sunday
ut 4 n m; arrive at Jacksonville the next
Wednesday by 2pin.
2J99. From .Milledgeville, by llech
lin’s. Snndersville, and Fenii’s Bridge, to
Louisville, 02 miles and laick, ol*ee a
Leave Jfdledgeville every Monday at
10 a in; arrive at Louisville every Tues
day by II a m.
Leave Louisville every Tue*<:- 1 p
m; arrive at Afitledgeville every Wednetn
day by G p m.
2400. From Fort JUitchel, Ala. by Ran
dolph c h. Ga. and Fort Gaines, to Blake.-
ly, in Early County, 100 miles and back,
once a week.
Leave Fort Mitchell every Wednesday
at 6 am; arrive at Blakely every Friday
at 6 pm.
Leave Blakely every Saturday at 0
am; arrive at Fort Mitchell every .Monday
1. The Postmaster General reserve?
the right to expedite the malls, and to a!
ter the times of their arrival and depar
ture, at any time during the continuance
of the contract, by (riving an adequate
compensation, never exceeding a pro rate.
allowance, for any extra expense which
such alteration may require.
2. Seven minutes shall be allowed for
opening and closing the mail at each of
fiee, when no particular time shall be ; ne
3. For every ton minutes delay in arri
ving at any point after the time prescrl
bed in any contract, the eontrartor sholi
forfeit five doHnrs. If the delay shall
continue beyond the time for the depar>
tore of any pending mail, the forfeiture
sttail be equal to twice the amount allow,
ed for carrying the mail one trip. 'lf it bo
made to appear that the delay was occa
sioned by unavoidable accident, of which
the Postmaster General shall be the judge,
the forfeiture may be reduced to the o
mount of pay for a trip; but in no east
can that amount be remitted. The for.
feitures ore otherwise unconditional, aihj
will in all cases be enforced.
4. Persons who make proposals will
state their prices by the year; payment?
to be made quarterly, in the months of
May, August, November, and February’,
one month after the expiration of each
5. None hut n free white person shall
be employed to carry the mail.
6. Proposals should state whether the
person proposes to curry the mail in a
stage, or otherwise.
7. If the person offering proposal;)
wishes the privilege of carrying newspa
pers out of the mall, he must state it in hip
bid, otherwise, he cannot enjoy that priv
8. Propositions for any improvements
in transporting the mail may be stated io
thO proposals, will be duly considered.
9. The number of the route, and its be
ginning and termination, should he stated
in every bid; and the proposal must bo
sealed, directed to the “General Post Of
fice, office of Mail Contracts," and super
u fl-.-f -L.M
* The following is a proper form for a
"I trilleonVcy the mail, agreeably to adver
tisement, on route, .Vo. , from
to , for the yVurhi compensation nf
lie must state the place of his residence;
and, if not contractor, must accompany
Ins bid with satisfactory recommend a
lU. The distances, ns stated, nre be
lieved to be substantially correct; but if
any mistakes have occurred in relation
to them, no increase of compensation will
be allowed on that account. The con
tractor will inform himself on that point.
11. The Postmaster General reserved
the right of annulling any contract when ■
ever repealed failures to arrive within
the contract time shall occur, or whenev
er one failure shall happen amounting to
the loss of a trip.
12. In every case where the mail in
transported in stages, and the present con
tractor shall he underbid, and the under
bidder shall not have such stage proper
tyns may he necessary for the perform
ance of the contract, he shall purchase
from the present contractor, at a reason
able valuation, the whole, or any part of
the stage property, Including horses that
may be suitable for the service, and make
payment for the same by reasonable in
stalments, ns his pay shall become due,
or as may be otherwise arranged. Humid
they not agree as to the suitableness of
the property, its value, the terms of pay
ment, and its security, each may choose
a person, who may appoint tin umpire,
and their decision shall be final; or if the*
underbidder declines to do this, the Post
master General will name the umpire—
This Will be made a condition of any Idd
under that of a present contractor; and
should the under bidder fail to comply, bis
bid will be offered to the present contrac
tor; but should he decline It, the proposal
of the under-bidder will be accepted un
13. No bid shall be withdrawn after
the tithe for receiving it has expired; and
should any person refuse to take a con
tract at his bid, he shall forfeit all other
contracts that he may hove with the De
partment, and be held responsible for
all damages that may result from his fai
lure to comply.
14. No contract can be transferred
without the approbation of the Postmas
ter General; and the assignment of a con
tract wit hout his consent, shall forfeit it.
This rule will never be denarted ft’onu
15. If a contrac tor or nis agent shall
violate the Post OlTiee law, or shall trans
mit commercial intelligence by express
more rapidly than the mail, his contract
shall be forfeited;
Ifi. The Postmaster General reserve*
the right of curtailing or of discontinuing
any route, when hi his opinion, the public
interest shall require it; and in such case*
the Contract shall cease so far as relates to
, the part curtailed, or to the whole, if dis
continued—on allowance of one month’s
- extra pay being made the contractor,
l 17. All contracts for routes embraced
in this advertisement shall commence on
. the first day of January next, and contin
, ue four years.
t Decisions on bids will be made know®
on the 19th day of October next,
t WILLIAM T. BARRY.
July 24. 8*