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Weekly chronicle & sentinel. (Augusta, Ga.) 1866-1877, December 19, 1866, Image 4

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■ . 11 ■ .. 1 i—. m ~ [OFFICIAL.] United States Mails. (i EOHOIA. l>osr Ofh< r Department, > \V,> : ,h,nylon. Oc'ohn 31, 1866.) PROPOSALS will Ik- received at the Contract Office of this Department until 3 j, ln , ,)i February 28. 1867. for convey ing the inail« ot the United States from July i>>i7, to June 30,1871, in the State of (L-or.'ia on the route* and by the th< : .h ■ • ! departures and arrivals herein D- L-h ; ■ announced by March 28. 1867. (/./'Vr. ,-:il cnmine carefully the,form*. m,.d r-!■<’rue!ion* nnnejed , especially the Utter port of Instruction 19.) 6 1 Fro:.. Augusta. by Itelair, Berzelia. S.i .v Dust. Lombardy. Thomson. Ca to (iocal,) Crawfordsville. Union i’. ir:t. Greensboro’. Buckheail, Mad i-on. Rutledge, Social Circle, Cov ington, Oxford, Conyers. Lythonia, Stone Mountain, arid Decatur, to Atlanta. 174} miles and back, daily, or a- much oftener a- trains may run, if required : with a branch from Catnakvby SV arrenton, to Mayfield, )t2 : ? mile- and back, daily, or oftener as trains may ran, if required. Leave Augusta daily at 2.30 p m; Arrive at Atlanta by 11.30 pm: Leave. Atlanta daily at 9 p in; Arrive at Augusta by 6 a in; i ave (Jatuak duily at 9.15 p in; Arrive at Mayfield by 10.15 p ro; i.. a e Mayfield daily a* 7.30 p in; Arrive at Catnnk by 8.30 p in; 6002 From Atlanta* by Fulton, Boltonville, j A'.-.il Dow. Marietta, Big Shantee, Ac a ortb. Allatoona. Etowah Depot, I Carter-ville, Cassville, Kingston, i Adairsville, Calhoun. Resuca, Til- | ton, Dalton, Tunnel Hill, Ringgold., j Catoosa Springs, Graysville, and C lickatnoga, (Tenn.,) to Chattanoo ga. 140 miles arid burnt, daily, or as j much oftener as trains may run, if j required. Leave Atlanta daiiy at 1.45 a rn; Arrive at Chattanooga by 10 10 am; Leave Chattanooga daily at 11 am; Arrive at Atlanta by 8.30 p m; 6003 From Atlanta, by East Point, Red Oak. Fairborn, Palmetto, Newnan, G.mGviile. Hoganville, La Grange, and Long Cane, to \V’e-*t Point, 86} mile aid back, daily, or as much oftener as trains rimy ruin, if re quired. Leave Atlanta daily ut 12 night; Arrive at West Point by 5.80 a in; Lea;e West Point daily at 3.30 pm; Arrive at Atlanta by 8.30 p in; 6004 From Millin, by Waynesboro’, Les ter's District, Green Out, Mcßean’s Depot, and Allen s, to Augusta, 54 miles and back, daily, or as much oft tier as trains may run, if re quired. Leave Millin daily at 3.45 am; Arrive at Augusta by 6.30 a rn; Leave Align- ta daily at 0.45 a in; Arrive at Millin by 8 80 am. 0005 From Wa-hington, bv Sharon, to Double IVells, 19 miles and back, six times a week. Leave Witdiit gton, daily, except Sun day, at 7 a in; Arrive at Double Wells by 9 a rri; Lkive Double Wells daily, except Sunday, at 34 p in; Arrive at Washington by 5 p m. 6006 Pioin Union Point, by Woodville, BeinDtown, Maxey, Stephens, Win terville, and Crawford, to Athens, 40 miles and back, six times a week. Leave Union Point, daily, except Sun dny, at 5 am; Arrive at Athens by 8.30 a tn; Leave Athens daily, except Sunday, at 11 a tn; Arrive at Union Point by 2.80 p in. 6007 From Etowah to Etowah Depot, it 8-10 miles and back, daily, or as much oftener us trains may run, if required. Leave Etowah daily ot 1 pm; Arrive at Etowah Depot by 1.80 p m; Leave Etowah Depot daily at 3.40 pm: Arrive at Etowah by 4.10 p in. 6008 From Kingston, by Yarborough, to Rome, 19 miles and back, daily, or as much oftener as trains may run, if required. Leave Kingston daily at 0.45 pm; Arrive at Rome by 2.15 p in; Leave Rome daily at 9.30 a in; Arrive at Kingston by 11 a m. 6009 From Savannah, by Way's Station, Mclntosh, Walthourville, Johnston’s Station, Doctor Town, Screven, Patterson. Bluekshear, Tebcanville, Glenmoro, Argyle, Iloinersville, l.awton, Stockton, Naylor, Valdos ta, Ousley, Quitman, and Grover’s, to Thomasville, 204} miles and back, daily, or as much oftener as trains may run, if required; with a branch from Lawton, by Trader’s llilt and .la per, to Live Oak, (Fla.,) 48 miles and back, «ffaily, or as niui'li oftener ns trains may run, if required. Leave Savannah daily at 9.15 am; Arrive at Thomasville by 9.15 p m; Leave Thomasvillo daily at 4.30 am; * Arrive at Savannah by 4.30 p tn. 6010 From Savannah, by Eden, Guyton, Egypt, llalcyomlale, Cameron, Oge elu'e, Sear boro’, Millin, Herndon, Midville, Holcomb, Bostick, Beth any, Speir’s Turnout, Barton, Da visboro’, Tennille, Oconee, Toombs borpugb, Afclntire, Gordon, and (iriswoldville, to Macon, 192 miles ami back, daily, or as much oftener as trains may run, if required. Leave Savannah daily at 10.30 pm; Arrive at Macon next day by 9 am; Leave Macon daily at 10 p m; Arrive at Savannah next day by 7.36 a tn. 6011 Freni Macon, by Purdue’s, Byron Powersville, Fort Valley, Busbay, ville, Reynolds, Butler, Howard, Geneva, Box Spring, Upatoie, and Steam Factory, to Columbus, 100 mile*and back, daily, or as much oftener as trains may run, if re quired. Leave Macon daily at 9.80 am; Arrive at Columbus by 4.15 p in; Leave Columbus daily at 3.15 p m; Arrive at Macon by 9.45 p m. 6012 From Macon, by Colaparehee, For syth, Bartlesville, Milner, Griffin, Bear Creek, Lovejoy’s Station, Jones boro’, and Rough and Ready, to Atlanta, 102 miles and back, daily, or as much oftener as trains may run, if required. Leave Macon daily at 1.45 p m; Arrive at Atlanta by 7.45 p in; Leave Atlanta daily at 1.80 p in; Arrive at Macon by 7.30 1> m 6013 From Macon, by Bullard, Buzzard Roost Coley, and Cochran, to Haw kinsville, 50 miles and back, daily. Leave Macon daily at 3 p m; Arrive at Hawkinsville by 6.30 p m; Leave Hawkinsville at 7 am; Arrive at Macon by 10.30 a m. 6014 From Milledgeville, by Talmage, to Gordon, 17 miles and back, daily, or a- much oftener as trains may run, if required. Leave Milledgeville daily at 11 a in; Arrive at Gordon by 0.30 p nr, Leave Gordon daily at 1.30 p m; Arrive at Milledgeville by 2.30 p m. 6015 From Milledgeville, by Dennis, to Eaton!oil. 21 miles and back, daily, or as much oftener as trains may run, if required. Leave Milledgeville daily at 0.30 p m; Arrive at Katonton by 2.30 p tn; Leave Katonton daily at 6 a nr, Arrive at Milledgeville by 8 a in. 6016 From l’ort \ alley, by Marshallville, Winchester. Montezuma, Ogle thorpe. Andersonville, Americas. Renwiek. Powers. Dawson, Noch way. Cuthbert, Hatcher’s Station, and Georgetown, to Kufaula, (Ala bama,! 115 miles and back, daiiy, or as much oftener as trains may run. if required; with branches— -Ist. From uenwiek. by Adams' De pot. Stark ville, and Sneed, to Alba tty, 24 mites and back, daily, or as much oftener as trains may run, if required. 2d. From Ctrhbert. bv Coleman's Depot and Cotton Hill, to Fort Games. 22 miles and back, daily, or as much oftener as trains may run. if required. Leave Fort \ alley Gaily at 12 m; Arrive at Kufaula by s p m; Leave Fufauia daily at 2 p m; Arrive at Fort Valley by iO p m; Leave Renwiek daily at 4 p a.; Arrive at Albany by 5.30 p m; Leave Ah any at 1 p m; Arrive at Renwiek by 2.30 p m; Lc ne (Vitlilyri daily at 2 p nr. Arrive at Fort Gaines by 3.30 p m; 1 c ave Fort Games daily at 4 p m; Arrive at Cuthbert by 5.30 p m. •1017 From Kielmr .n l Factoiy to Augusta. 11 mile- ami lack, once a week. Leave Richmond Factory Wednesday at 7 a nr. Arrive at Augusta by 10 am; Leave Augusta \\ ednesday at 3 pm; Arrive at Richmond Factory by 5.30 P im 6018 From Thomson, by Wrightsborok White Oak. Appling, and Winfield, to Kaysville, 2g; miles and back, i three times a week, supplying - Wrightsb .ro only on the going trip-, and White Oak. Appling, and Winfield* only on the return : trips. l*eave Thomson Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 4 a in; Arrive at Kaysville by 10 am; Leave Kaysville Tuesday, Thursday. and Saturday at 10.15 am; Arrive at Tho nson by 6.30 p ui. 6019 From Raysville, by Luthersviile and Lincolnton, to Goshen. 20 miles and back, once a week. Leave Raysville Thursday at 11 am; Arrive at Goshen by 5 pm: Leave Goshen Wednesday at 4 p m: Arrive at Raysville next day by 10 a in; 6020 From Lombardy, by Republican and Reedy Creek, to Pope llill, 19 miles and back, once a week. Leave Lombards - Thursday at 6 a ro; Arrive at Pope Hill by 12 m; Leave Pope llill Thursday at 1 p nr. Arrive at Lombardy by 7 p m. 6021 From Lexington to Lexington Depot. 3 miles and back, six times a week. Leave L xington daily, except Sunday, at 7 30 a tn; Arrive at Lexington Depot by 8. M am. Leave Lexington Depot daily, except Sunday, at 9 am: Arrive at Lexington by 10 a m. 6022 From Lexington Depot, by Point Pe ter. Mill Stone, and Broad River, to K berton, 30 miles and back, twice a Leave-L; xington Monday and Thurs day at 9 a ni; Arrive at Eiberton by 9 p m; l>-ave Eiberton Tuesday and Friday at 8 am; * Arrive at Lexington by 8p m. | 6023 From Eiberton. by Webster Place, Amandaville. Eagle Grove, Bowers ville. and Fairvicw, to Carnesvtlle 36 miles and bacx, once a week. J,eave Eiberton Arrive at C'arnesvilje by 7 p fc; lx;ave (.'arnesville Friday at 5 am; Arrive at Eiberton by . p in. *024 From Abbeville. (S S.) by Calhoun's Mills, Mount Carmel, and Dariburg, j (Ga.) to Washington, 41 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Abbeville Monday and Thurs- | day at 8 am; Arrive at Washington by 6p m; _ j Leave Washington Tuesday and Fri- j . day at 9.30 am; Arrive at Abbeville by 9 p in. 6025 From Mayfield, by Sparta, to Mil- ' ledgeville, 35 miles arid back, twice j a week. I Leave Mayfield Monday and Wednes- j day at 7 a fn; Arrive at Milledgeville by 12 m; j Leave Milledgeville Tuesday and Thursday at 1 p in: Arrive at Mayfield by 6 p m. 6026 From Athens, by Bascobel, Harmony Grove, Wall Street, Gill-ville. Pop lar Spring.-, Duane Street, and Cros by, to Clarksville, 58 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Athens Tuesday and Friday at 8p ro; | Arrive at Clarksville next days by 5 p m; Leave Clarksville Monday and Thurs day at 0 am; Arrive at Athens next days by 12 m. 6027 From Athens to Jefferson, 20 miles and hack, twice a week. Leave Athens Tuesday and Friday at 3 p rn; Arrive at Jefferson bv 9 p in; Leave Jefferson Tuesday and Friday at 8 a tn; Arrive at Athens by 2 p rn; 0024 From Athens, by Danielsville, Madi son Springs, Franklin Springs. Bow ersvillo, Air Line, Hartwell, Oak Bower, Holland’s Store, (S C) Rock Mills, and Mountain Creek, to An derson C 11, 68 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Athens Tuesday and Friday at 8 p in; Arrive at Anderson C II next days by 8 p m; Leave Anderson C 11 Monday and Thursday at 6 a in; Arrive at Athens next days by 12 m. 0029 From Athens to Watkinsville, 7 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Athens Tuesday andFridify at 3 p m; Arrive at Watkinsville by 5 p m; Leave Watkinsville Tuesday and Fri day ut 12 rn; Arrive at Athens by 2 p rn. 6030 From Danielsville, by Fort Lamar, to Carnesville, 20 miles and back, once a week. Leave 1 • nielsville Tuesday at 9 am; Arrive at Carnesville by 8.30j> m ; Leave Carnesville Wednesday at 9 a in; Arrive at Danielsville by 3.30 p in. 6031 From Carnesville, by Bald Spring and Erastus, to Harmony Grove, 20 miles and back,-once a week. Leave Carnesville Friday at 0 a in; Arrive at Harmony Grove by 12 in; Leave armony Grove Friday at 1 p nt; Arrive at Carnesville by 8 p in. 6032 From Harmony Grove, by Phi Delta, to Homer, 11 miles and back, once a week. Leave Harmony Grove Monday at 7 am; Arrive at Homer by 11 am; Leave Homer Monday at 12 m; Arrive at Harmony Grove by 4 p m. j 6033 From Clarksville, by Cnrrabee, to Walton’s Ford, 22 miles and back, once a week. Lease Clarksville Friday at 2 p m; Arrive at Walton’s Ford by 9 p tn; Leave Walton’s Ford at 6 am; Arrive at Clarksville by 1 p in. Proposals for twice-a-week service invited; also, to extend to Walhalla (S 0) 20 miles further. 6034 From Clarksville to Cleveland, 15 miles and back, once a week. Leave Clarksville Wednesday at 7 am; Arrive at Cleveland by 12 in; Leave Cleveland Wednesday at 1 p m; Arrive at Clarksville by 6 p tn. 6035 From Jefferson, by Pond Fork, Sugar Hill, Gainesville, and Nejv Bridge, to Auraria, 42 miles and back, once a week. Leave Jefferson Saturday at 5 am; Arrive at Anraria by 0 p m; Leave Auraria Monday at 6 a in; Arrive at Jefferson by 7 p rn. 6036 From Naeoochee, by Cleveland, Leo, Skitt's Mountain, Polksville, and Argo, by Gainesville, 46} miles and back, once a week. Leave Naeoochee Thursday at 4 p in; Arrive at Gainesville next day by 1 P i"; Leave Gainesville Friday at 2 p m; Arrive at Naeoochee next day by 4 P m. 0037 From Lawrcnceville, by Cain's and Hog Mountain, to Gainesville, 30 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Lawrcnceville Monday and Thursday at 8 am; Arrive at Gainesville by 5 p tn; Leave Gainesville Tuesday and Friday at 8 am: Arrive at Lawrenceville by 5 p m. 6088 From Lawrenceville to Suwannee, 9 miles and back, once a week. Leave Lawrenceville Thursday at 9 am; Arrive at Suwannee bo 12 m; Leave Suwannee Thursday at 1 p m; Arrive at Lawrenceville by 4 p m. 0039 From Stone Mountain, by Yellow Ri ver, to Lawrenceville, 17 miles and back, three times a week. Leave Stone Mountain Monday, Wed nesday. and Friday at 7 am: Vrrivo at Lawrenceville by 11 am; Leave Lawrenceville Monday, Wed nesday, and Friday at 12 in; Arrive at Stone Mountain by 4 p m. 6040 From Pentield to Scull Shoals, 9 miles and back, once a week. Leave Pentield Friday at 9 a tu; Arrive at Scull Shoals by 12 m: 1-cave Scull Shoals Friday at. 1 p m: Arrive at Pentield by 4 p m. * Proposals for semi-weekly service in vited. 6041 l-'rom Green-boro’to Fenfield, 7 miles and back, three times a week. Leave Greensboro'Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3 p in: Arrive at Pentield by 5 pm; Leave PenfieUl Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 am; Arrive at.Greensboro’ by 11a m. 6042 From Greensboro’ to White Plains, 12 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Greensboro' Tuesday and Fri day at 12 ro; Arrive at White Plains by 3 p m; Leave W hite Plains Tuesday and Fri day at S am; Arrive at Greensboro' by 11 a m. 6043 From Social Circle to Monroe, 104 miles and back, three times a week. Leave Social Circle Tuesday, Thurs day. and Saturday at 5 am; . Arrive at Monroe by 7.30 am; Leave Monroe Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 am; Arrive at Social Circle by 11.30 a tn. Proposals for three additional trips per week invited. 6044 From Dixon to Dawsonville, 6} miles and "back, ouee a week. Leave Dixon Thurs ay at 9 a iff: Arrive at Dawsonville by 12 m; Leave Dawsonville Thursday at 1 p m; Arrive at Dixon by 4 p m. 6045 From Dawsonville, by Barretts ville. High Tower. Ophir, Orange, and Fort Buffington, to Canton, 31} miles and back, once a week. Leave Dawsonville Friday at 7 am; Arrive at Canton by 5 pm: Leave Canton Saturday at 7 am. Arrive at Dawsonville by 5 p m. 6046 From Marietta, by Noonday and Woodstock, to Canton. 22} miles and back, once a week. Leave Marietta Friday at 1 p m; Arrive at Canton Saturday by 10 am; Leave Canton Thursday at 2 p m; Arrive at Marietta Friday by 11 am. 6047 From .> arietta, by Powder Spring, to Dal la-, 22 miles and back, once a week. Leave Marietta Monday at 10 am; Arrive at Dallas by 6 p in: Leave Dallas Tuesday at 7 am: Arrive at Marietta by 3.80 p m; Proposals for semi-weekly service in- ‘ vited. 6048 From Morganton, by Bine Ridge, White Path. Ellejay, Town Creek, i Talking Rook. Fairmount, and Pino Log, to Cartersville, 70 miles and back, once a week. Leave Morganteu Wednesday at 1 p id; Arrive at Ellejay by 7 p tn: Leave Ellejay Monday at 6 am; Arrive at Cartersville by 7 p m:^ Leave Cartersville Tuesday at 5 a in; Arrive at Ellejay by 7 p m; Leave Ellejay Wednesday at 6 a in: Arrive at Morganton by 12 m. 6049 From Morgauton to Copper Mines, (Tenn) 24} miles and back, once a week. Leave Morganton W ednesday at 8 am; Arrive at Copper Mines by 6 p m; Leave Copper Mines Thursday at 8 a m Arrive at Morganton by 6 p m; 6050 From Blairsville, by Choestoe, Louds ville, Cleveland, and Pleasant Re treat, to Dalilouega. 40 miles and back, once a week. Leave Blairsville Monday at 6 am; Arrive at Dahlonega by 7 p in; Leave Dalilonega Tuesday at 6 am; Arrive at Blairsville by 7 p m. 6051 From Blairsville, by Rose Hill and Young Cane, to Morganton, 19} miles and back, once a week. Leave Blairsville Saturday at 6 am; Arrive at Morganton by 12 in; Leave Morganton Saturday at 1 p m; Arrive at Blairsville by 7 p in. 6052 From Dahlonega, by Auraria, Dixon, Coal Mountain, Camming. Big Creek, Alpharetta, Roswell and Cross Keys, to Atlanta, 75 miles and back, three times a week. Leave Dahlonega Monday, Wednes nesday, and Friday at 7 am; Arrive at Atlanta Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday by 7 p m; Leave Atlanta Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6 am; Arrive at Dahlonega Tuesday, Thurs day, and Saturday by 6 p tu. 6053 From Iliawassee, by Mount Eolia and Mill Creek, to Blairsville, 20} miles and Lack, once a week. Leave Iliawassee Thursday at 1 p m; Arrive at Blairsville by 7 p in; Leave Blairsville Thursday at G am, Arrive at Iliawassee by 12 m. 6054 From .Jasper, by Saunders Town, to Talking Rock, 10 miles and back, once a week. Leave Jasper Saturday at 7 am; Arrive at Talking Rock by 10 am: Leave Talking Rock Saturday at 11.30 am; Arrive at Jasper by 2.30 p m. Proposals for semi-weekly service in vited. 6055 From Cartersville. by Stilesborough, to tan Wert, 20 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Cartersville Tnesdayand Fri day at 1 p m; Arrive at Van Wert by 7 p m; Leave Van Wert Monday and Thurs- j day at 6 p m; Arrive at Cartersville Tuesday and; Friday by 11 a ni. 6056 From Resaca, by Sugar Valley, Villa now, Green Bush, Naomi, and La fayette, to Pond Spring, 42} miles and back, once a week. Leave Resaca Friday at 6 am; Arrive at Pond Spring by 9 p m; Leave Pond Spring Saturday at 6 a in; Arrive at Resaca by 9 p m. 6057 From Dalton to Spring Place, 12 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Dalton Tuesday and Friday at j 4 p m; Arrive at Spring Place by 7 pm; Leave Spring Place Tuesday and Fri- ; day at 8 am; Arrive at Dalton by 11 a in. 6058 From Chattanooga, (Tenn,) by j Rossville, (Ga.,) Eagle Cliff - , High Point, Cassandra, and Frick’s Gap, to Cedar Grove, 32 miles and back, once a week. Leave Chattanooga Friday at 8 a ni ; Arrive at Cedar Grove by 6pm; Leave Cedar Grove Saturday, at 8 j a in ; Arrive at Chattanooga by Opm. 0059 From Rome, by Floyd Springs and IDirttown, to Summerville, 27} miles and back, once a week. Leave Rome Thursday at 7 am ; Arrive at Summerville by ,6 p m ; Leave Summerville Friday at 7 am; Arrive at Rome by 6 p m. 0060 From Rome, by Coosa, Kirk’s Grove, (Ala.,) Oceola, Howell’s Cross Roads, .Centre, Sterling, Gaylesvill, Cedar Bluff, Turkey town, Dublin, and Gadsden, to Greensport, (Ala.,) 180 miles and back, once a week. Bidders to propose a schedule of de partures and arrivals. 6001 From Cave Spring to Cedar Town, 9 miles and back, once a week. Leave Cave Spring Tuesday at 9 am; Arrive at Cedar Town by 12 m ; J.eave Cedar Town Tuesday at Ipm; Arrive at Cave Spring by 4 p m. : Proposals for semi-weekly service invited. j 6062 From Campbellton to Fairbnrn, 8 miles and back, once a week. Leave Campbellton Wedwesday at Bam; Arrive at Fairbnrn by 11 a in ; J.eave Fairburn at J p m ; Arrive at Campbellton by 4 p m. 0063 From Campbelltofi, by Holly Springs, Dark Corner, Villa Rica, Repose, and Buchanan, to Tallapoosa, 30 miles and back, once a week. Leave Campbellton Wednesday at 8 a in; Arrive at Tallapoosa by opm; j.eave Tallapoosa Tuesday at Sam; Arrive at Campbellton by 5 p m. 0064 From Newnan, by T-odi, Rotherwood, Bowenville, and Carrollton, to Bowden, 37 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Newnan Monday and Thurs day at 8 am; Arrive at Bowden by 8 p in; Leave Bowden Tuesday and Friday at Bam; Arrive nt Newnan by 8 p m ; 6065 From Newnan, by Rio and St. Cloud, to Franklin, 21 miles and back, twice a week. J.eave Newnan Wednesday and Sat urday at 6 a in ; Arrive at Franklin same days by 12 m; J.eave Franklin Wednesday and Sat urday at 1 p in ; Arrive at Newnan same days by 7 p m. 0066 From Newnan, by Saluda and Kid ron, to Turin, 18 miles and back, once a week. Leave Newnan, Saturday at 1.30 pm; Arrive at Turin by 6 p tn ; Leave Turin Saturday at 7 a m , Arrive at Newnan by 12 m. 6067 From Carrollton, tv Laurel Hill, Buffalo, and Union Mills, to Frank lin, 3 miles and back, once a week. Leave Carrollton Wednesday at 6 am; Arrive at Franklin by 6 p ni; Leave Franklin Thursday atC a m ; Arrive at Carrollton by 6 p ni. 6068 From La Grange to Houston, 12 miles and back, once a week. Leave La Grange Tuesday at 12 m ; Arrive at Houston by 3.30 ]> m ; J.eave Houston Tuesday at 8 a in ; Arrive at La Grange by 11.30 a in. 6069 From La Grange by Vernon, An tioch. and Wehadkee, (Ala.) to Hickory Flat, 25 miles and back, once a week. Lea ie La Grange Friday at 12 jn ; Arrive at Hickory Flat next day at 1 a in; Arrive at La Grange next day by 11 a in. 6070 From I.a Grange, by O’Neal’s Millls, Wisdom's Store, Hamilton, and Catawba, to Columbus, 45 miles and back, twice a week. Leave La Grange Monday and Thurs day at 1 p m : Arrive at Hamilton by 6 p m : Leave Hamilton Tuesday and Friday at 6 a m ; Arrive at Columbus by 12 m ; Leave- Columbus Tuesday and Friday at Ipm; Arrive at Hamilton by 6 p in; Leave Hamilton Monday and Thurs day at 6 a m ; Arrive at La Grange by 12 m. Proposals for tri-weekly service in vited. 6071 From Rocky Mount, by Luthersviile, to Grantville, 13 miles and back, once a week. Leave Rocky Mount Wednesday at Sam; Arrive at Grantville by 12 m : Leave Grantville Wednesday at 1 P m; Arrive at Rocky Mount by 5 p. m. 6072 From Griffin, by Goodson, White Water, and Glen Grove, to Willow Dell. 22 miles and back, once a week. Leave Griffin Friday at Ipm; , Arrive at Willow Dell by 7p m; . Leave Willow Dell Friday at 6 am; Arrive at Griffin by 12 m. 6073 From Griffin, by Zebulon, Flat ; Shoals, Jones' Mills, Greenville, and j Mountville, to I.a Grange, 56 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Griffin Monday and Wednes day at 6 a m ; Arrive at La Grange by 11.30 p m ; Leave La Grange Tuesday and Thursday at 6 am: Arrive at Griffin by 11.30 p m. One trip to run by Zebulon and Flat Shoals, and one by Erin, Warners ville, and Jones’ Mills. 6074 From Greenville, by White Sulphur 1 Springs and Goodman s C ross Roads to Wisdom's Store, 24 miles ; and back, once a week. Leave Greenville Wednesday at 8 j am; Arrive at Wisdom - P 1 Leave Wisdom's Store Wednesday at at 5 p tn : Arrive at White Sulphur by Bpm; Leave White Sulphur Springs Wed nesday 3t sara; Arrive at Greenville by 7.30 a in. 6075 From Greenville to Warm Springs,: 10 miles and back, once a week. Leave Greenville Saturday on arrival of mail from Griffin—say at 5 p m ; j Arrive at Warm Springs by S p m ; Leave Warm Springs Saturday at 9 a in; Arrive at Greenville by 12 m. 6076 From Greenville, by Woodberry, to Chalybeate Springs, 18 miles and back, .twice a week. Leave Greenville Weddesday and Saturday at 12 m; Arrive at Chalybeate Springs at 6 P m; _ J.eave (. knlybeate Springs Wednesday and Saturday at 6 am: Arrrive at Greenville by 11 am. 6077 From Jonesborough to Fayetteville, 10 miles and back, twice a week. J.eave Jonesborough Monday and Wednesday at 7 am; * Arrive at Fayetteville by 10 am ; Leave Fayetteville Monday and Wednesday at 11 a in : Arrive at Jonesborough by 2 pm. '6078 From McDonough to Jonesborough, 14 miles and back, twice a week. Leave McDonough Tuesday and Thursday at 11 am; • Arrive at Jonesborough by 3pm; Leave Jonesborough Tuesday and Thursday at 6 a m ; Arrive at McDonough by 10 ant. 6079 From Milner, by I.iberty Hill, to Unionville, 10 miles and back, once a weel*. Leave Milner Thursday at 9 am; Arrive at Unionville by 12 m; J.eave Unionville Thursday at 1 p m ; Arrive at Milner by 4 p m. Proposals for semi-weekly service invited. 6080 Front Covington, by Newton Factory, Worthville, Stark, Jackson, Indian Springs., Cork, and New Market, to Forysth, 57 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Covington Tuesday and Friday at 6am; Arrive at Indian Springs by 6p tn ; J.eave Indian Springs Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a m ; Arrive at Forvth by 11am; Leavv Forsyth W ednesday and Saturday at 12 rn ; Arrive at Indian Springs by Opm; Leave Indian Springs Monday and Thursday at Cam; Arrive at Covingtou by 5 p m; 6081 From Barnesville, by The Rock, to Thomastpn, IS miles and back, three times a week. I. Barnesville Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 8 a in ; Arrive at Thomaston by 12 m ; Leave Thomaston Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 1 p m; Arrive at Barnesville by spm; 6082 From Culloden to Barnesville, 16 miles and back, once a week. .J.eave Culloden Saturday at 5 am; Arrive at Barnesville by 9.30 a m ; J. Barnesville Saturday at 1 p m; Arrive at Culloden by 6 p m. 6083 From Forsyth to Russellville, 11 miles and back, once a week. Leave Forsyth Wednesday at 3.40 p m; Arrive at Russellville by 6.40 p m; Leave Russellville Wednesday at 10 am; Arrive at Forsyth by 2 pm ; 6084 From Perry to Fort Valley, 12 miles and back, once a week. J.eave Perry Tuesday at 9 am; Arrive at Fort Valley by 12 m ; Leave Fort Valley Tuesday at 1 p m; Arrive at Perry by 4 p m. 6085 From Knoxville to Fort Valley, 15 miles and back, three times a week. J.eave Knoxville Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 am; Arrive at Fort Valley by 12 m; I.eave Fort Valley Monday, Wednes day, and Friday at 1 p m; Arrive at Knoxville by 5 p m: IToposals for three additional trips per week invited. 6086 From Jvnoxville, by Hickory Grove, Flint River Factory, Prattsburg, and Centre, to Talbotton, 40 miles and back, once a week. T.eavtvKnoxville Thursday at 6 a nr; Arrive at Talbotton by 7 p m: Leave Talbotton Friday at 6 am; Arrive at Knoxville by 7 p tn. 0087 From Talbotton to Geneva, 7 1-2 miles and back, three times a week. I.eave Talbotton Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p tn; Arrive at Geneva by 3 j> m. Leave Geneva Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 am; Arrive at Talbotton cv 9 a m. 6088 From Columbus, by MuiDerry Grove, Mountain Hill, and Whitesville, to West lYiint, 38 miles and back, twice a week. I.eave Celumbus Tuesday and Friday at 6 a in; Arrive at West Point by 7 p m. Leave W r est Point Wednesday and Saturday at 6 am; Arrive at Columbus by 7 p m. 6089 From Pleasant llill, by Belleview, Bluff' Springs, Waverly Hall, and Ellerslie, to Columbus, 40 miles and back 'twice a week. I. Pleasant Hill Wednesday and Friday at 8 a in; Arrive at Columbus same days by 6 p in; J. Columbus '1 uesday and Thurs day at 8 am; Arrive at Pleasant Hill by 6 p m. 6090 From Columbus, by King, Cusseta, Green Hill, and Lumpkin, to Outh bert, 66 miles and back, three ■ times a week. Leave Columbus Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 5 am; Arrive at Cuthbert by 10 p m; Leave Cuthbert Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 5 am; Arrive at Columbus by 10 pm. 6091 From Columbus, by Cottage Mills, Jamestown, and Hannahatchee, to Florence, 42 miles and back, once a week. Leave Columbus Tuesday at 9 am; Arrive at Florence by 8 p in; Leave Florence Wednesday at 8 am; Arrive at Columbus by 7 p m. 6092 From Buena Vista, by Glenalta, to Cusseta, 17 miles and back, once a week. Leave Buena Vista Tuesday at 8 a m; Arrive at Cusseta by 12 m; I.eave Cusseta Tuesday at 1 p m; Arrive at Buena Vista by 5 p m. 6093 From Oglethorpe, by Grangersville and Poindexter, to Fragoletta, 30 miles and back, once a week. Leave Oglethorpe Monday at 7 a tn; Arrive at Fragoletta by 1 p in; Leave Fragoletta Monday at 2 p nr; Arrive at Oglethorpe by 8 p m. 6094 From Americas, by Ellaville, to Buena Vista, 29 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Americus Tuesday and Satur day at 8 am; Arrive at Buena Vista by 4 p m; Leave Buena Vista Monday and Fri day at 8 am; Arrive at Americus by 4 p m. 6095 From Americus, by Plains of Dura. to Preston, 20 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Americus Monday and Thurs day at 7 a in; Arrive at Preston by 12 rn; Arrive at Americas by 6 p m. - 0096 From Clinton to Macon, 14 miles and back, twice a week. I.eave Clinton Tuesday aud Thursday at 7 am; Arrive at Macon by 12 in; Leave Macon Tuesday anil Thursday at 1 p m; Arrive at Clinton by 6 p m. Proposals for three times a week ser vice invited. 6097 From Marion to Bullard's Station, 6 miles and back once a week. Leave Marion Tuesday at 9 a in; Arrive at Bullard's Station by 11 aih; Leave Bullard’s Station at 12 m; Arrive at Marion by 2 p in; 6098 From Montezuma, by Byromville, to Vienna, 23 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Montezuma Monday and Thursday, at 6 am: Arrive at Vienna by 1.30 p m; Leave Vienna Monday and Thursday at 2.30 p m; Arrive at Montezuma by 10 pm. 6099 From Vienna, by Drayton and Gum Creek to Warwick, 24 miles and back, once a week. Leave Vienna Wednesday at 8 am; Arrive at Warwick by 1 p m; Leave Warwick Wednesday at 2p m; Arrive at Vienna by 7 p m. 6100 From Albany to Isabella, 24 miles and back, once a week. Leave Albany Friday at 1 p m; Arrive at Isabella by 8 pm; Leave Isabelly Friday at 5 am; Arrive at Albany by 12 m. 6101 From Albany, by Newton, Pryor. Bainbridge. and Face ville, to Quin cy (Fla.,) 78 miles and back, three times a week. Leave Albany Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 5 p m; Arrive at Bainbridge next days by 7 am; Leave Bainbridge Tuesday, Thursday • and Saturday at 8 am; Arrive at Quincy same days by 2 p m; Leave Quincy Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 am; Arrive at Bainbridge same days by 1 p m: Leave Bainbridge same days at 2 p m. Arrive at Albany next days by 5 am. 0102 From Newton, by Camilla, Thomas ville, and Glasgow, to Monticello. (Fla.) 63} miles and back, three times a week. Leave Newton Tuesday, Thursday, j and Saturday at 7 a ni; Arrive at Monticello by 11 p m: Leave Monticello Monday, 11 ednesday and Friday at 7 am; , Arrive at Newton by 11 p m; 1 Proposals for sis-times-a week ser vice invited. 6103 From Milford to Newton, 12 miles and bark, once a week. Leave Milford Friday at 8 a m; Arrive at Newton by 12 in; Leave Newton Friday at 1 p ro; Arrive at Milford by 5 p in. 6104 From Dawson, bv Dover, to Morgan, 20 miles and back, twice a week Leave Dawson, Monday and I riday at 1 pm; Arrive at Morgan by 7 p m; I.eave Morgan Monday and Friday at 6 am; Arrive at Dawson by 12 m. 6105 From Fort Gaines, by Gatesville. to Blakely. 22 miles and back, three times a week. Leave Fort Gaines Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday at 7 a in; Arrive at Blakelv by 1 p m; Leave Blakely Monday, W ednesday, and Friday at 2 p m; Arrive at Fort Gaines by 7 pm. 6106 From Blakely to Colquitt, 22 miles and back, once a week. I.eave Blakely Wednesday at 6 ant! Arrive at Colquitt by 1 p m; Leave Colquitt Wednesday at 2 p ro; Arrive at B.akely by 9 p in. 6107 From Hawkinsville, by Lawson, Ab beville. Adams and House Creek, to Irwinsville, 56} miles and back, once a week. Leave Hawkinsville Thursday at 6 a m Arrive at Irvinsville next day by 9; am: I.eave Irw insville Friday at 10 a in; Arrive at Hawkinsville next day by 2 pm; 6108 From Hawkinsville, by Cross Creek, i Copeland. Temperance and Mcßae’s Store, to Jacksonville, 45 miles and back, once a week. Leave Hawkinsville Thursday at 10 am; ' Arrive at Jacksonville next day by 12 in; I.eave Jacksonville Friday at 1 p in; Arrive at Hawkinsville next day by 9 p m. 6109 From Thomasville, by Greenfield, to Moultrie, 30 miles and back, once a week. I.eave Thomasville Thursday at 7 am; Arrive at Moultrie by 7 p in; Leave Moultrie Friday at 7 a in; Arrive at Thomasville by 7 p m. GUO From Tollokas, by Okapilco, to Quit man, 12 miles and back, once a week. I.eave Tallokas Wednesday at 8 a rn; Arrive at Quitman by 12 m; Leave Quitman Wednesday at 1 pm: Arrive at To.lokas by 5 p rn. 6111 From Valddsta, by Clyattsville, to Belleville, (Fla.,) 19 1-2 miles, and back, once a week. Leave Valdosta Wednesday at .2 p m Arrive at Belleville by 9 p m; Leave Belleville Wednesday at 6 a in; Arrive at Valdosta by 1 p m. 6112 From Valdosta, by Griffin’s Mills, to Nashville, 35 miles and back, ones a week. Leave Valdosta Wednesday at 7 am; Arrive at Nashville by 5 p in; Leave Nashville Thursday at 7 am; Arrive at Valdosta by 5 p in. 6113 From Milltown to Naylor, 5 miles and back, once a week. Leave Milltown Friday at 8 am; Arrive at Naylor at 10 a m ; Leave Naylor Friday 10.30 a m ; Arrive at Milltown by 1 p in. 6114 From Stockton, by Cow Creek and Statenville, to Jasper, Fla., 40} mils and back, once a week ; Leave Stockton Friday at 6 am; Arrive at Jasper by 7 p ni; Leave Jasper Saturday at 6 am, Arrive at Stockton by 7 p m. 6115 From Jacksonville, by Douglass, Bird’s Mills and Red Bluff, to Horaers ville, 64 miles and back, once a week. Leave Jacksonville Monday at 6 a m; Arrive at Ilomersville next day by 6 p in; Leave Ilomersville Wednesday at 6 a in; Arrive at Jacksonville next day by 6 p m; 6116 From Waresboro’ to Tebeanville, 7 miles and back, once a week. Leave Waresboro’ Tuesday at Gam; Arrive at Tebeanville Tuesday by 7.30 am; Leave Tebeanville Tuesday at 8 am; Arrive at Waresboro’ by 9.30 am; 6117 From Screven, by Wayne, C H, to Wayr.esville, 27 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Screven Monday and Thursday at 7 a m ; Arrive at Waynesville by 1 p m; Leave Waynesville Tuesday and Fri dry at 2 p m ; Arrive at Screven by 7 p m. 6118 From Doctor Town by Eushville, to Ilolmesville, 32 miles and back, once a week. Leave Doctor Town Wednesday at 4 p m; Arrive at Ilolmesville next day by 12 m; Leave Holmesville Thursday at 4 p m; Arrive at Doctor Town next day by 12 m. 0118 From Perry's Mills, by Matlock and Beard’s Creek, to Johnston’s Station, 40 miles and back, once a week.. Leave Perry's Mills Thursday at 0 a n); Arrive at Johnston’s Station next day by 12 m ; Leave Johnston’s Station Friday 1 p in; Arrive at Perry’s Mills next day by 6 p in; 6120 From Reidsvillc, by Bull Creek, Long Branch, and Taylor’s Creek, to llinesville, 46 miles and back, once a week. Leave Reidsville Monday at G am; Arrive at llinesville by 8 p m ; Leave llinesville Tuesday at 0 am; Arrive at Reidsville by 8 p m. 6121 From Mclntosh to llinesville, 5 miles and back, once a week. Leave Mclntosh Thursdy ab G p m ; Arrive at llinesville by 7.30 p in; Leave llinesville Thursday at 3 p m ; Arrive at Mclntosh by 5 p m. 0122 From Mclntosh, by Riceboro’ and South Newport, to Darien, 40 miles and back, three times a week. Leave Mclntosh Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 1 pm: Arrive at Darien by 9 p m; Leave Darien Monday, Wednesday, , and Friday at 4.20 am ; Arrive at Mclntosh by 0.20 p m. G 123 From Mount Vernon, hv Sterling, to Reidsville, 35 miles and back, once a week. Leave Mount Vernon Thursday at 6 a m; Arrive at Reidsville by 6 p m ; Leave Reidsville Wednesday at 6 a in; Arrive at Mount Vernon by 6 p in. 6124 From St. Mary's to King’s Ferry, Fla, 23 miles and back, once a week. Leave St Mary’s Thursday at 12 m, or on arrival of northern mail; Arrive at King’s Ferry by 8 pm; Leave King’s Ferry Wednesday at 4 p m; Arrive at St. Mary's next day by 11 a m. 6125 From Waynesville, by Owen’s Ferry, to Jelfersonton, 21 miles and back, twice a week. Leave Waynesville Tuesday and Fri day at 10 am; Arrive at Jeffersonton by opm; Leave Jeffersonton Monday and Thursday at 6 am; Arrive at Waynesville by 1 p m. 612'6 From Irwinton to Mclntire, 3 miles and back, daily. Leave Irwinton dally, except Sunday, at 7 am; Arrive at Mclntire by Bam; Leave Mclntire daily, except Sunday, at 9 am; Arrive at Irwinton by 10am. 6127 From Toombsborougli, by Milton, Stepliensville. and Cool Spring to Laurens’ Hill, 29 miles and hack, once a week. Leave Toombsborougli Thursday at 10 am; Arrive at Laurens Hill by Bpm; Leave Laurens’ Hill Friday at 7 a m ; Arrive at Toombsborougli by 5 p m. 61«8 From Tennille to Sandersville, Smiles and back, three times a week. Leave Tennille Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on arrival of cars—say at 7 am; Arrive at Sandersville by Sam; Leave Sandersville Monday, Wednes day, and Friday at 5 a m ; Arrive at Tennille by 6 a m. 6129 From Tennille, by Irvin's Cross Roads and Buck Eye, to Dublin, 29 miles and back, once a week. Leave Tennille Monday at 10.30 p m; Arrive at Dublin by i .o 0 p m; Leave Dublin Tuesday at 9 am; Arrive at Tennille by 6 p m. 6130 From Wrightsville to Buck Eye, 10 miles andTback, once a week. Leave Wrightsville Friday at 11 am; Arrive at Buck Eve by 2 pm; Leave Buck Eye Friday at 2.30 pm; . Arrive at M rightsville 0.30 p m. 6131 From Bartow to Louisville, 10 miles and back, three times a week. Leave Bartow Tuesday, Thursday. . and Saturday at 3 p m; Arrive at Louisville bv i pm; Leave Louisville Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at . a m ; Arrive at Bartow by 11 am. i 6132 From HerndoD. by Canooche, to Swainsboro', 20} miles and back, once a week. Leave Herndon Fndav at 2pm; \rrive at Swainsboro' by 7 pm : Leave S ainsboro’ Friday at 7 am: Arrive at Herndon by 12 m. 61 S3 Front Halcyondale, by Mill Ray. to a week. Leave lialcvoridale Thursday at 8 a in; Arrive at Statesboro* by 2 ji ni; Leave Statesboro’ Thursday at 3p in; Arrive at ll:Ccyoji:dale by 8 p in. (ilot Frbts Halcvondate, by Middle Ground, I Hack Creek, and Buck Creek, to Sylvanja, 15 miles and back, once a week i Leave Ilalcyondale Thursday at 8 am: Arrive at Sylvania by 1 p m ; Leave Sylvania Thursday at 2 p m ; Arrive at Haleyor.dale by r 7 pm. C 135 From Guytou to Springfield, 6 miles and back, once a week. Guyton Friday at 3.15 p in, or after arrival of cars/rofU Savannah. Arrive at Springfield by 4.40 p m ; Leave Springfield Friday at 0 p m ; Arrrive at Guyton by 7 30 p in. 013 G From Mobley Pond, by Girard, Fry er’s Pond, and Alexander, to Way nesboro', 53 miles and back, once a week. Leave Mobley Pond at Tuesday 7 am; Arrive at Waynesboro* by 5 p m; Leave Waynesboro’ Monday at 7 am; Arrive at Mobley Pond by 5 p in; Proposals for semi-weekly service in vited. 0137 From Madison, by Ilearnville, to Sha dy Dale, 20 miles and back, twice a week, supplying Hearnville only once a week each way.. Leave Madison Monday and Thursday at Bfa m; , Arrive at Shady Dale by 0.30 p m; Leave Shady Dale Monday and Thursday at 1 p m ; Arrive at Madison by 6 pm; 6138 From Madison to Eatonton, 22 miles and back, three times a week. Leave Madison Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 5.30 a m ; Arrive at Eatonton by 2 p in; Leave Eatonton Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 3 p m; Arrive at Madison by S p m; Proposals for three additional trips per week invited. 0139.Fr0m Blountsville, by Hillsboro, Mon tieeilo, Palo Alto, Leakesville, and Starrsville, to Covington, 45 miles and back, onco a week. Leave Blountsville Wednesday at 1 p in; Arrive at Covington next day hv G p m; Leave Covington Tuesday at G a in; Arrive at Blountsville next day by 12 m; Proposals for twice-a-week service in vited. FOEM OF PEOI’OSAX, GCAKAXTEE, AND CEE TIFICATE. rnoposAL. The undersigned -, whose post office address is , county ot convey the mails of the United States, from July 1, 1807, to June 80, 1871, on route No. , between and Postmaster General, dated October 31, 1860, with “celerity, certainty, and securi ty,” for the annual sum of dollars. This proposal is made with full knowl edge of the distance of the route, the weight of the mail to he carried , and all other par ticulars in reference to the route and ser vice, and also after careful examination of the laws and instructions attached to the advertisement. Dated (Signed.) GUARANTEE. The undersigned residing at , State of , undertake that, it the lore going bid for carring the mail on route J7o. be accepted by the Postmaster General, the bidder shall, prior to the Ist day of July, 1807,enter into the required ob ligation or contract to perform the service I>r< posed, with good and sufficient sure ties. This we do understanding distinctly the obligations and liabilities assumed by guarantors under the 21th section of the act of Congress of July 2, 1836. Dated (Signed by two guarantors.) CERTIFICATE. The undersigned, postmaster at , State of , certifies, undeb ms oath or office, that he is acquainted with, the above guarantors, and knows them to be men of property, and able to make good their guarantee. Dated (Signed.) (The above certificate must have affixed to it a five cent revenue stamp, cancelled, as the law requires.) INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS AND POSTMASTERS : Containing also conditions to be incorpora ted in the contracts to the extent the De partment may deem proper. 1. Seven minutes are allowed to each intermediate office, when not other wise 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 the mail pouches. 2. On railroad and steamboat lines, and other routes where the mode of con veyance admits of it, the special agents of the Post Office Department, also post office blanks, mail hags, locks and keys, are to be conveyed without extra charge. 3. On railroad and stainboat lines the route agents of the Department, are to be conveyed without charge, and for the use of the agents a commodious car, or apart ment in the centre of a car, properly lighted, warmed, and furnished, and adapt ed to the convenient separation and due secuiity of the mails, is to be provided by the contractor, under the direction of the Department. Railroad and steamboat companies are required to take the mail from and deliver it into the post oftices at the beginning and end of their routes, and to and from all offices not more than eighty rods from a station or landing. Proposals may be submitted by the companies for the per formance of all other side service—that is, for offices over eighty rods from a station or landing. There will be “way-bills” prepared by postmasters, oj other agents of the De partment, to accompany the mails convoy ed on railroads and steamers, specifying the number and destination of the several bags. On other principal routes, likewise, receipts will he required and way-bills forwarded; the latter to be examined by the several postmasters, to insure regulari ty in the delivery .of mails. 4. No pay will be made for trips not performed ; and for each’ of such omissions, not satisfactorily explained, three times the pay of the trip may be deducted. For arrivals so far behind time as. to break connexion with depending mails, and not sufficently excused’, one-fourth of the compensation for the trip is subject to forfeiture. For repeated delinquenccs of the kind herein specified, enlarged penal ties, proportioned to the nature thereof, and the importance of the mail, may be made. 5. For leaving behind or throwing off the mails, or anj portion of them, for the admission of passengers, or for being concerned in setting up or running an ex press conveying intelligence in advance of the mail, a quarter’s pay may be deduct ed i 6. Fines will be imposed, unless the delinquency be promply and satisfactorily explained by certificates of postmasters or the affidavits of other credible persons, for failing to.arrive in contract time ; for neglecting to take the mail from, or de liver it into, a post office ; for suffering it to be wet, injured, destroyed, robbed, or lost; and for refusing, after demand, to convey the mail as frequently as the con tractor runs, or is concerned in running, a coach, car, or steamboat on a route. 7. The Postmaster General may annul the contract for repeated failures to run agreeably to contract; for violating the post office laws, or disobeying the instruc tions of the Department; for refusing to discharge a carrier when required by the Department to do so; for running an ex press as aforesaid; or for transporting persons or packages conveying mailable matter ont of the mail. 8. The Postmaster General may order an increase of service on a route by allow ing therefor a pro rato increase on the contract pay. He may change schedules of departures and arrivals in all c*ises, and particularly to make them conform to con nexions with railroads, without increase of pay, provided the running time, be not abridged. He may also order an increase of speed, allowing, within the restrictions of the law, a pro rata increase of pay for the additional stock or carriers, if any. The contractor may, however, in the case of increase of speed, relinquish the contract, | by giving prompt notice to the Department ' that he prefers doing so to carrying the | order into effect. The Postmaster Gener ‘ al may also discontinue or curtail the ser vice, in whole or in part, in order to place on the route a greater degree ot service, | or whenever the public interests, in. his judgment, shall require such discontinu ance or curtailment for any other cause ; he allowing as a full indemnity to contrac tor one month’s extra pay on the amount of service dispensed with, and a pro rata compensation for the amount of service retained and continued. S. Payments will be made by collec tions from or drafts on postmasters, or otherwise, after the expiration of each (juarter —say, in November, February, May, and August. 10. The distances are given according to the best information ; but no increased pay will be allowed should they be greater than advertised, if the points to be suppli ed are correctly stated. Didders must in form themselves on this point, and also in reference to the weight of the mail, the condition of roads, hills, streams, &c., and all toll bridges, ferries, or obstructions of any kind by which expense may be incur red. No claim for additional pay, based on such ground, can be considered ; nor for alleged mistakes or misapprehension as to the degree of service ; nor for bridges ferries discontinued, or other obstructions increasing distance, occurring during the contract term. Offices estab lished after this advertisement is issued, l>e not in Tea-c.;!. " 11. Bidders are cautioned to mail their proposals in time to reach the Depart ment l>y the dayand boor named, (3 p. m., February 28, DOT,j forbids, received af ter that time will t ot hr considered in com petition with a bid of reasonable amount received in time, Nciflier can bids be : considered whieh are without the guaran tce required by law and a certificate of the sumeieney of such guarantee. ]_. Didders should first propose for ser ' ice strictly according to the advertise : lnent, and then, it any desire, separately j for different-service; and if the regular bid be the lowest offered for the advertised j service, the other propositions mav he 1 considered. 1 lb. there should he but one route bid ! for in a proposal. Consolidated or eombi t nation bids (“proposing one sum for two j or more routes’*) are forbidden by law, and cannot l>e considered. 14. Ihe route, the service; the veally ! pay, the name and residence of the bidder, (that is, his usual post office address,) and j those of each member of a firm where a I company offers, should be distinctly stated. 15. Bidders are requested to use, as tar as practicable, the printed proposals furn ished by the department, to write out in full the sum of their bids, and to retain copies of them. Altered bids should not be submitted: nor should bids once submitted he with drawn. No withdrawal of a bidder or guarantor will be allowed unless the with drawal is dated and received before the last day for receiving proposals. Each bid must be guaranteed by two responsible persons. The bid and guaran tee should be signed plainly with tho full name of each person. The department reserves the right to re ject any bid which may be deemed extrav agant, and also to disregard the bids of fail ing contractors and bidders. 10. The bid should be sealed, superscribed “Mail Proposals, State of Georgia,” ad dressed “Second Assistant Postmaster Gen eral, Contract Office,*’ and sent by mail , not by or to an agent; and postmasters 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 July, 1867; but the service must be begun on that day, or on the mail day next after it, w bother the contracts be executed or not. Transfers of contracts, or of interest in contracts, are forbidden by law, and con sequently cannot be allowed. Bidders will therefore take notice that they will be ex pected to perform the service accepted to them through the whole term of the con tract. 18. Postmasters at offices on or near rail roads, but more than eighty rods from a station, will, immediately alter the 28th of February next, report them exact distance ! from the nearest station, and how they are otherwise supplied with the mail, to enable the Postmaster General to direct a mail messenger supply from the Ist of July n«xt. 19. Section eighteen ot an act ot Con gress approved March 3, 1545, provides that contracts for the transportation of the mail shall be let, “in every case, to the low est bidder tendering sufficient guarantees for faithful performance, without other ref erence to the mode of such transportation than may be necessary to provide for the due celerity, certainty, and security of such transportation.” Under this law, bids that propose to transport the mails with “celeri ty, certainty , and security ” having been de cided to be the only legal bids, are construed as providing for the entire mail , however large, and whatever may be the mode of conveyance necessary to insure its “ celerity , certain ty, and security ,” and have the pref erence over all others, and no others are con sidered. 20. A modification of a bid in any of its essential terms is tantamount to a new' bid, and cannot be received, so as to interfere with regular competition, after the last hour sot for receiving bids. Making a new bid, with guarantee and certificate, is the only way to modify a previous bid. 21. Postmasters are to he careful not to certify the sufficiency of guarantors or sure ties without knowing that they are persons of sufficient responsibility; a disregard of this instruction by postmasters is a violation of their oath of office, subjecting them to im mediate removal. All bidders, guarantors, and sureties are distinctly notified that on a failure to enter into or perform the con tracts for the service proposed for in the accepted bids, their legal liabilities will be enforced against them. 22. Present contractors, and persons known at the Department, must, equally with others, procure guarantors and cer tificates of their sufficiency substantially in the forms above prescribed. Tho certifi cate of sufficiency must bo signed by a post master, or by a judge of a court of record. No other will be admitted. The certificate must also have affixed to it a five-cent rev enue stamp, cancelled, ns required by law. ALEX. W. RANDALL, Postmaster- Gen era l. Hardware! MOORE Ac CO. 23 5 Itroail Street, Opposite Globe Hotel, Augusta, Ga. TMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARD W A R E, li*on, Steel, Nails, Axes, Hatchets, Smiths’ Bellows, Anvils, Vice*, Hammers, Chains, Iloes, Straw Cut ters, Corn Sliellers, Blows, Hatties, Italics, Shovels, Spades, Cooking: Utensils, Carpenters’ Tools, Pocket mid Table Cutlery, Huns, Pistols. Arc: dec. ' novlS—w3m Carriages and Buggies Manufactured and repair- Expcricnced Workmen, AT TH 1 ; SHORTEST NOTICE, Aik! on »» REASONABLE TERMS Aa any other Establishment. MURPHY k WELTCII, Bethany, sepl9—Cmw4of Jefferson Cos. Ga. Middle Georgia Plantation FOR SALE. T h ß SUBSCRIBER offers for X sale the place on whieh he now resides, in Hancock county, Georgia-twelve miles north of Sparta. The entire tract consists of between 3300 and JlO) acres, a large propor tion in original forest aim many swamps and brandies, which would produce finely, if cleared. '1 here are two settlements on the place—one with a good dwelling with seven rooi-s, with all necessary outbuilding.*: barn ana .-tables, at by 41 ft. well Lamed, two stories high, with ample room for forty horses and storage for provender, good smokehouse, carriage house, gm home and cotton press: an excellent peach or chard of Wacref, an apple orchard of 8 acres, besides prarn, grapes, figs and o'her fruits; two excellent wells of water Be sides an abundance ot water all over the Plantation, and am ple accommodations f r 75 hands. TUB OTHER SETTLEMENT is two miles distant. On the place there Is a dwelling, having six rooms, good ore hards of both apph sand peaches, two good weds of water, wife plenty of running water in every field on the place, and good house for .',O Lands. Both places art- very healthv. . 1 will sell my Stock hogs, cattle, horses, mules, corn, fod der, plantaton tools, wagons, carts, *fcc anu household and kitchen furniture, if desired. 1 will sell a bargain to an early purchaser. Buyers are in vited to come and examine'the premises. A good manager can make *250 to 300 bales of cotton per annum. For further information, address me at White Plains, Greene countv. Ga. , Wii. 11. BOXAiJfa.lt.' November 20th, J 866. Augusta Constitutionalist and Savannah "News copy in weekly for six weeks, and send Mils to this office. n0v21—6w49 Asignee’s Notice. BANK OF AUGUSTA, \ . „ _ Augusta, Ga., Ist Angus'. 1.56 b. [ A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS against the BANK OF AUGUST A, a Corporation lately doing business in the city of Augusta, State ol Georgia, are notified to present such claims to the under signed, within six months from this date. The Code of Georgia provides that bill holders shall present their claims within six months or lose their priority. JAS. W. DAVIES, Attorney for nov 4d&3mw46 Assignee of Bank of Augusta. TALIAFERRO COUNTY! A I>.MINISTR ATOR’S SALE-WILL JL. JL_ be sold on the FI RsT TU aSDA YIX JAX UARV he*ore the Court House door in CrawfordvUle, Talia ferrocounty, under an order from the Court of Ordinary of sai'l county, the following property, to wit: One largf Morehouse and lot, in the tow nos Crawfordville. Said lot contains about on* acre more or less. Also, one grocery housr arid small lot. All well known as the Ellington More anr Grocery hou.-es. Sold as the property of Esau Ellington, late of Taliafem coun.y, deceased for the purpose of paying the debts ot rie censed, and di»tnbution among the legatees of sail deceased l errns of sale given on the day. . AMOS ELLINGTON, . novl j- td Adm'r of Esau Ellington. A DMINIST.! ATOR’S SALE—WILT XL be sold on the FIRST TUESDAY IX JAXUAIIy before the Court House, door in the town cf <raw ford', v.he. under a:, order from tr.e Court of Ordinary of Taliaferro county, the following properly, to wit : One tract of lard ; Mug in Kaid coumy known as rh* Holmes tract, adjoinL g lar. of Thoa. J. P*ok, William Johnson and others, contain |:.g se\enty-aeven (iacres more or lea*. Also, one tract of .and. the same whereon John G. Morgan resided at the tim? fl ; txciumve of the widow’s dow 4 r, adjoining lands of A m. Johnson, Isaac Moore. Wm. Jordan ana others, and containing about two hundred and SiXty-two (2C2j acres ncr* or less. 9 ’ AH sdM as the property of John G. Morgan, late of said county deceased, for tne purpose of paying the debts of said deceased. Terms on tne day of sale. - TAITIIA L. MORGAN, eov i—ti Adra’x of John (J. Morgan. Y OTICE.—A LL PERSONS IN x i DEDTED to the estate of Charles W Ge* t a ip of i aiiaferro county, deceased, are required to make pavraen* and those having claims agamst said deceased, will present them to the undersigned in terms of the law 1 MAKY c. GEE, Adm x. VOTI C F<. ALL PERSONS IN DEB;iEL..cthe Eafof Esau Ellin*,,n. Ist-of iabaferroMtont7.Mwawd.are required to mske if nnt “ - ujosf. c,alias against s* and deceased, wifi present tnem to tne *mdersigned in terms of th* law present octl9-7«4J AMOa ELLINGTON, Adnvr. ■"" ■"■'"—-'---i-i''- 1 " n , „—— f Great Bargain, THE SUBSCRIBER. WISHING TO X change his planting interest, offi-rs for sale his well* Known and \ aluabie PLANTATION, known as Shady Grove, m t/o*umr>ia county, on Oochee and Kiokee Creeks, adjoining lands of Clanton. Walton. Lamkin and o hers, 16 . mnes W est of Augusta, between Washington and Columbia ( i? nUin ’- I.USH a-reg, regarded as the best land in .dicdle Georg a ; 600 acres open, balance in pine and original forest. Ihe piace ;s very healthy and well watered, with all necessary outbuild .ngs, Stock, Plantation Implements, Corn, iinif'/T 6, Gn *ke has been made the largest crops in Middie Georgia. A great bargain is now offered. A npiv to I. > • Heggie or J. H. Ivey, on place. JY RAMSEY. aep2l—Sm R. IC H "V" OT ICE.—TWO MONTHS AFTER it date, application will be made to the Court of Ordinary ot Richmond county for leave to *til a portion of the Ite«d Estate belonging to the Estate of Henry H. Hoops, laic of said countv, deceased. F.UNF.ST R. S< fINEIDEU, GEORGE KY r KS, Rxeautors. f 4 EORGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY. \ * Whereas, Magdalen E. \\ aik< r applies to me for Let ters of Administration on the Estate ot Daniel Walker, late of said county, deceased: Thse are therefore to cite-nml admonish.all and singular the k udred ard creditors of said dcr easel, to be and appear at mv office on or before the first Monday in January next, to sh< w cause, if any they have, why said Letters should nolle granted. Given under mv hard and offl» id signature, at office iu Au gust a, »li s ol h day of December, 1666. DaYID l. roath. dC'-S— 4> 51 Ordinary. ( < EORGIA. RICHMOND COUNTY. \ I Whert-a*. Hubert Schley apil.esto n;o f„r Leu.rf of Aumisistrauon on tne Estate of Elizabeth Rheturt, late of said county, decee sect. These an?, therefore, to cite and admonish, all and singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to lie and appear at mv office on *>r before *iie first Monday ia January next, to show cause, if any they have, why said Letters should not qe granted. Given under mv band and official signature, at office iu Augusta, this Ist day of December, 1566. DAVID L. ROATH, dev2—-sw&o , Ordinary. / 1 EORGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY. \ ~JT Whereas, John H. Rhodes, apphe to me for Letters of Guardianship for Jennie H. Varner, a minor of said countv. These are, therefore, to cite and admonish ail and singular, the kindred ami friends of said minor, to be and appear at mv office, on or before the first Monday in January m\t. to show cause, if any they have, why said Letters should not be gradted, . . Given under my hand and official signature, at office m Augusta, this Ist dav of Decetnl* r. 1 s<’>* . DAVID L. ROATIJ. i decS—sw3o Ordinary. 1 JEORGIaTRICHMOND COUNTY. VT Wht'ivus, M.trdecai H yarns, npplies In me for Let t'Ts of Administration on the Estate ot James kenucy.late of said county, deceased: • These are, therefore, to cite and admonish, all and sin gular, tin* kindred and creditors of said deceased to ho and appear at my office, ou or before the Ist Monday in Januay next, to show cause, if any they have, win said Letters should not be granted. Given under my hand ami official signature, at office in Augusta, this Ist day of December. DAVID L. ROATH, ( i EORGIA. RICHMOND COUNTY. Whereas,Fannie C. Morris applies to iue for Letter ot Admini tratiou on the Estate of Joseph B. Morris, late of said county, deceased: These are, therefore to cite and admonish all and singular, the kindred and creditors ■'f said deceased, to bemud appear a*, my office on or before the first Monday in Janturv next, to show cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand and official signature, at office in Au gusta, tiis 3d day of December, 1866. DAVID L. ROATH, dec4—4wsl Ordinary. 1 / l EORGIA, RICH MOM) COUNTY. XT W Imiva*, ilannnah <app’n*- to me lb;* Lu tors of Administration ou the Estate ol Lawrence Yashin, late of said county, deceased These are. therefore, to cite and admonish, all and sin gular, the kindred ami creditors ot .'•aid deceased, to be and appear at my office, on or before the Ist Monday in Jamm : v next, to show cause, jf any they have, why said I Alters should not i*e granted. Given under my hand and official signature, at office in Augusta, this Ist day of December, 1866. I)AVJD L. ROATH, dec2 —:>wso Ordinary. i GEORGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY? Whereas, 'i homasN. ITiilpdt, applies to me f.*r Letters of Administration on the Estate of John F. Frede rick, late of said county, deceasetl: These are t therefore, to cite and admonish, all and sin gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to lie and appear at my office, on or before the Ist Mon day iu Janua ry next, to show cause, if any they have, why said Let ters should not be granted. Given under my hand and official signature, at office in Augusta, this Ist day ot December. 1866. j DAVID L, ROATH, dec2—swso Ordinal v. ( a EORGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY. \T Whereas Catherine E. Bicquet applies to me for Letters of Administration on the Estate of Augustus B. Piequet, late of said county, deceased: These are therefore to cite and admonish, ail and singu lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my office, on or before the first. Monday in January next, to show cause, ifany they have, why said Letters should not lie granted. Given under my hand ;fnd official signature, at office in Augusta, this Ist day of December, lst.v. DAVID L. ROATH, dec*—s\vso Ordinary. n eorgiaT mci imondcounty. y T Wlu reas. William C. Tudor applies to me for laN ter.4 of Ailministration ou the Estate of Sarah Swinney, late of said county, deceased: 'These are therefore to cite and admonish, all and singu lar tlie kindred qnd creditors of said deceased, t>< be and appear at my office, on or before the first Monday in Jan uary next, to show cause, if any they have, why said Li t ers should not be granted. Given under my hand and official signature, at Augusta, this Ist day of December, 1866. DAVID L. ROATH, dec2—swso Ordinary. ( ' EORGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY. N. X Whereas, l’orter Fleming applies to for me Letters of Administration on the Estate of John Quin, late of said county, deceased ; These are therefore to cite and admonish, all and singu lar, the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my office, on or before tlie first .Monday in Jan uary next, to show cause, if any they Rave, why said Let ters should not be granted. Given under my hand and official signature, at office in Augusta, this Ist day of December, 1866. DAVID L.lbUTlf, dcc2—swso Ord i nary, / ' EORGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY. Whereas, Porter Fleming applies to me for Letters ot Administration on the Estate of Robert Latta, late of said county, deceased: /These are therefore to cite and admonish, all and singu lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to.be and appear at my office, on or before the first Monday in Jan uary next, to show cause, if any they have, w!lv said Letters should not be granted. Given under my hand and official signature, at office in Augusta, this Ist day of December, 1866. DAVID L. ROATH, __ dec2—. r »wso Ordinary. <p EORGIA. RICHMOND COUNTY. y X Whereas, Porter Fleming applies to me for Letters of Administration on the Estate of Elizabeth Mealer, late of said county, deceased: These are therefore to cite and admonish, all and singu lar, the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my office, on or before the first Monday in Jan uary next, to allow cause, ifany they have, why said Let ters should not be granted. Given under my official signature, at office in Augusta, this Ist day of December, 1866. DAVID L, ROATJI, dec2—swso Ordinary. ( J EORGIA. RICHMOND COUNTY. \T Whereas, Porter Fleming applies to me for Letters of Administration on the Estate ot Anselm Bugg, late of said county, deceased: These are therefore to cite and admonish, all and singular, the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be ami ap pear at my office, on or before the first Monday in January next, to show cause, if any they have, why said Letters should not be granted. Given under my hand and official signature, at office in Augusta, this Ist dav of December, 1866. DAMI) L. ROATH, dec2—. r )W.'»O f Ordinary. fGEORGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY. y X Whereas. Porter Fleming applies to mo for Letters ot Administration on the Estate of Nathaniel Trousdale, late of said county, deceased: These are therefore to cite and admonish, all and singu lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my office, oll or before the first Monday in Jan uary next, to show cause, ifany they have, why said Let ters should not be granted. Given under hand and official signature, at office In Augusta, this Ist day of December, 1866. DAVID L. ROATH, dec2—ow.'iO Ordinary. Administrator’s Sale. ( i EORGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY. \ X By virtue ot an order of the Court of Ordinary m said county, will tie”sold at public outcry on the FIRM' TUES DAY IN FEBRUARY’ next, at the Lower Market H<.u-e in the City of Augusta, between the umal hours of saie, the following property belonging to the estate of Lemuel Dwelle, deceased, to wit: 2400 shares i.i Stephenson Mining Company. 500 Shares in Swift Island Mining Company: 1 snare in the Augusta & Dahlonega Mining Cos.; interest in sunary notes and accounts ; lot No. 254, 2d (list 2d section Cherokee coun ty; lot No, LY 4, 13th district, Ist section Cherokee county ; one note, in part secured by mortgage, on lot No. 751*, 3d dist. Ist section, in Forsyth county. L. DWELLE, Jr. dec4—wSltd Administrator. A DMINISTRATRIX’ NOTICE.— j\_ All persons irdebted to John Nelson, late of Richmond county, deceased, are requested to inane immediate payment to Matthew F. Nelson, and all persons having claims against said estate will present them duly authenticated within the time prescribed by law, at the store of Messrs. John Nelson «& Son. LO UI SA C. N ELSI ) N. decs—6wsl Adm’x. /GEORGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY. \ T Whereas. Lucy D. Mi Ilia, Administratrix on the estate of Hubbard S. Millis, deceased, applies to me for Letters of Dismission • These are therefore to cite and admonish al! and singula the kindred and creditors of said deceased to be and appear at my office on or before the first Monday in June next, to show cause, if any they have, why said Letters should not be granted. Given under my hand and official signature, at office in Au gusta. t his 6th day of November, IS - 6. nov7—6mw47 DA V ID L.ROATll,Ordinary. /GEORGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY. \ X Whereas, Artcmas Gould, Guardian and Administrator orJoseph H. Adams, minor, deceased, applies to me for Let ters of Dismission: 'These are therefore to cite and admonish all \ singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be n. t r pear at my office on or bef<;r** the first Monday in June nex. to show cause, if any they have, why said Letters should not e grant ed. Given under my hand and official signature, at office in Au gusta. this oth day of November, leoi». novT—omw47 DAVID L. ROATII, Ordinary. GEORGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY. \Js Whereas, Robert A. Allen, Executor of Jos ma Jones, deceased, applies to me for Letters of Dismission These are therefore to cite and admonish all ami siniru'ar the kindred and creditors of said deceased to lx- and appear at my office on or before the first Monday in .March next, and show cause, if any they have, why said Letter; should not be granted. Given under my hand and official signature at office in Ailgust;i, this 3d day of September, JSf,r>. s:»p3-:y.wr,m DAMP L, ROATII, Ordinar y. ( 'IEOIIGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY. \X Whercu-, riiarlcs A. Rowland. Lxe< u: r of < niic Raraes, deceased, applies to me for letters of Diamis- These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my office on or before the first JD r dr.v in M..r<b next to show cause, if any they have, why said letters should not’be Given und<T my band and rfflHal signature, at office In Au gu.-ta. tics m fi day of August, 1666. aug7-2fm.31 I). L. KOATH, Ord’ry. /VeORGIA, RICHMOND COnXT\" \ 7 \VI. R"bert 11. M- G: • -Ur.!, of Larne Willis. DisniT* h*n- 0r * ,lOW t ' tl applies i*> me for Letters of These arc thersfcre to cite and admonish all and-singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased rh boru-4 appear at my Office on or before the first Mommy m March next to show ci-.m-e, if any they have, why said Letters should not be granted. Given under my hand and official signature, at office in Augusta, Ibis Cthday of August, ISr, aug7-20w3f DA VI1) L. ROATII. Ordinary. (MEdRGIA, RICHMOND COUNTY. \ J Wh> ••:»>, U -Miarii G. Whidr.v, Adimr.'.strator de b«»ni> non with the will annexed, on the Estate of Thomas J. M alton, deceased, applies to me for Letters of — These aie, therefore, to cite and admonish, all ami the kindred and creditors cf said deceased, to be and a; near at my office on or before the first Monday in January next to show cause, if any they have, why said ette/s should r.ot be granted. Given under my hand and official signature, at office in Au gusta, this 2d day ot |July, 1866. . _ _ , DAVID L. RO A TIT, Ordinary. rjEOflfclA, RICHMOND COUNTY. \ J •• Mare.ru; Nrinion, A- Ini rrutrix on t,.e Create of Timothy Scan ion, deceased, applies to me for Letters These arc, lherefor<% to cite and admonish ail and singular the kindred and creditors of said dew-i to l r ,ii a i .-ear -,t my office on >-r before first Moad:u in Ja:.i: ,rv : .to show cause, if any tuey have, why sad Letters should not be granted. Given under my hand and official signature, at office in Au gusta, th is Gill day of June, 1866. ie6 26w24 DAVID L. ROATII, Ordinary. LINCOLN COUNTY. A DMINISTRATOR’S SALE. -IN Xl pursuance of an order from the Court of Ordinary of Lincoln co ,ntv. will be sold on tne FIK6T TD SDA Y IN JANL AKi, 1867, before the Court House door in said coun ty, between the lawful houisof sale, the f ffiowing properly, to-wit. Three hundred and eighty-five acres of land, more or less, in Lincoln com ■. /. on the wateis of Lloyd’s Creek, ad loinlng lands of Jr. ies T. Loftin, John L. Paschal. C. A. Mrother and other sold as the property belonging to the estate of \irgil M.F -schal, for the benefit of the heirs ar.d creditors of said esta e. scold subject to the widow’s dower 'i ei ms on the day ci ale. novS—w47td DENNIS PASCHAL, J&. Adm’r. XOTICE-APPLICATION WILL BE \ n ade U> the Court of Ordinary of Lincoln county, Ga. a. tne first regular- term after the expiration of two months from thin notiqe.f < r leave to sell the lands belonging to the estate of Jared b ullc, late of said county, deceased, for the benefit of heirs an i creditors of said dece sed. H F. BENTLEY. October I ith.lSffc. Ex’r of Jar.xl Fouik, dec’d. oct &—Bw44 • School Notice. POCKBY, NEAR SPARTA, DEC. JLV L 1566 —My SCHOOL will re-open on the2l*’ -r Monday in January. The first te'm will continue. 2l -y. i, and the charges for board and tui.ion will be |27J, (two . -n ared and seventy dollars.) The recond term will begin on Monday after the fir t V'- J neoday of August, and will continue 16 weeks, and the charge* for board and tuition will be 6180 (one hundred and e ghty debars. Thrse charges will be paid in advance, I refunding rattabiy if a pupil is withdrawn. Boys furnish their own bed-clothes, (for double beds.) wasxi ing. candle- and towels. I shall keep no boy upon whose veracity I cannot rely, dccl—wlm K. M. JOHNSTON. Notice, ,4 LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE lab- firms of J. M. NEWBY & CO., and HOKA, \> ir fj & CO., Ini debts contracb-d previous to tne war, and to J. K. Hoi a during and since the close of tne war. i ar ,- narticularly rt quested to call and make onangementa ; fir settling tiu-ii as I am desirou, ofisttling ; up said claims immediately. The books and nu.es of Mid : Anns can be found at the old eaubltebed ciotmogr stand j L-3J Br«>»d street. JOHN R LORA. k0J.26 _tW*4w4s l/XECUTOR S SALE.^^HI^^F AA, J>ra« p /row the Tour of o.dinary of JelTer?<u th « FiRbT TUKUDA Y IN FM in t R .V he , n ? arkel Lo,,Bt ‘ !n the town of Louisville following propMty to-wit : A Tract of ' nr ! T ANARUS( i ;S 48 ,110 re f,r If*, adjoining lands of r?r£ of LudusO (‘ ie n r . i nian ° tlK ' ra - Sold the pro- A DM 1 NISTRATOR’S SALE. —BY XjL virtue of an ottier from* tin- Conn Ordinary of Jc-f- FITA B PA : n'-i•"tf'f'f* ‘•IHM- TUESDAY IN' rrlßitAi.l rex ,at 'he Market. House ii the Town of Lonisvillfth.Mid county, the Mlowmg property, to-wit: one Hom.-c and Lot. eleven acres niorcor Ic-ts in tt.c towtiofLouS.vine Soul m the property of ThomaaN. Uni dctT-wSltd rttß,HU ® A ; POLII i L d L;. r A DM J NISTR ATOR’S SALE. —IJY II virtue of an order from the Court ot Ordiuarv of T ts • wm county, will be sold on the FI KM* TT EM».\ y 1 \ ’v *.*• RUaKY next, at the Market Hou.se =n the Town of Louis- , ville, in said countv, the following • ; 01, (-rtv to w r- a 'i*r .. t / of Lam!, lu sain county, containing 34f» acrei more o'r les. id- ( foining lauds of TDunfts Gay. Thomas K. Rhodes, a-i : Alex ander M. Allen. Soi las the property of Samuel A. Lucky deceased, for the benefit of the heirs and cie liters said de ceased. Term? on day of sale. HENRY J. FARMER, decT-wSltd Adm’r. (f EOBGIA, JEFFERSON COUNTY \X Whereas*. Sarah J. Furrow applies to me ior Jitters or Administration on Estate of Garvin H. Farrow, late if sa : d county, deceased;:. These are, therefore, t > cite and admonish nil and sb-eular the kindred and creditors of said deceased to be and ar pu.tr at my office on or befo e the fiist Mono.iv In Janrar u> sh w cause, if any they have, why said l etters should not le granted. Given under my hind and official sign a! ure at office in Ixu Isville this 4tli day of December, is*;». NICHOLAS DIE HU dec*—4w Ordinary. r rRUBTEE'S SALK’-B)’ VIRTUE I of an o» der from the Hon. James S. Hook, Judge of the Superior Court of the Middle Circuit of Georgia, tin re will Ik? sold at the Market House’n the town of Louisville, In .Teller• sun Counts. 01 the FIRM TUESDAY I*> JAN TA V next, within the legal hours of sale, one tract land, situ te, Iving and being in said county. In the fork of the «W* ebon River and Rock Comfort Creek, containing three hum red ad fifty acres more or less, commonly known as the »'i *n* 1 lace. Also, some unimproved lots in the town ot Loui-v W\ sdio n ing the lots of George W. Roberson and Matthew 11. Hopkins, contaudny two acres, moie or less, commonly kio>wu aa Herring Pond Lots. Sold as the property of the'Tru-u estate ot IhomasN I ’o I hill, deceased, Joreph II PolhlUandJ.C Wheehr, and ids wife. Mary A. Wheeler, fformeily Polhill) ami for the purpose ot a division among'itaid ecstii que trust. Terms ou the day of sale. WILLIAM A. WILKINS, November 19th, ISG6. n >\2l ' \v49l(l°* A UMINISTRATOR’S SALE. -BY il virtue of at. order of the Court of ordinary of Jefferson 1 anility, there will l*e sold at the Market House’ In ihe Ti*w« of Louisville, in said ciuu-iv. on the FIRST TUESDAY IN JAN l ARY next, within the les>al hours of sale, one tract of land situate, lying and beitu n said c untv, adjoining the lands of Samuel A. Denny, William I'. Whighamami Wall: in G. beruggs, containing two hundred and tifty no es more or less ißoltl as U*.u^ro,)urty of tin* Estate of Wl'iiam A. Whig ham. deceased. to the widow's claim f r dower, and for the benefit 1 1 the heirs aad creditors . f said uiMHased. »erms ; on theday ot sale. WILLIAM I’. WHIG- AM. nov2l—w49td Adi.iinl'tra or. A DM IN ISTRATOIv’S SAi E. —BY 11. Virtue of an order fron the ourt of Ordinary of Jeff* r the Market House m tho town ot Louisville >»n the tIRM’ TULM-aY i\ .1 a MARY next, one true 1 01 hind (.longing to the Estate if Newton .! Hadden, and containing acr*-s m«.:e or lesi lyinJon ih » waters oi the Long Branch, adjoining hm S ef w’d iam \ James liracsell and others. Sold sui lect to the widow’s and0 *r £rv . r , ANDREW Jf. WILLIAMS. tov2l \vW and* y ° r “*'• A,l "'* r - SA.iGL BY A ' ir v e 1,1 " :| ' ,|,:, r tr ' 111? Honor:ilii, I' :t1 (rt'Ordl narv of denerson l ounty, wiii In? sold on the FIRM 'j UKS -I>AY next, at the market house in the town of Louisville, the following pn-iert-, to wit: One tract of land in and county, contamg ln9aavesc v es more or less, adjoining lands ot Ruins \\ av. Meredith Cav.-ens and otners. a Ism one other ract of land in sni i county containing i;i acres more or less, ad'oining C. Hudson, Wm. Wren and others Sold as the property of the estate of Benjamin F. Taylor de ceased. Terms on the day ot sale. o JAMES KING, no'B-w47td Adm’r with will annexed. /y* EORGIA, JEFFERSON COUNTY. " hereas. Dole AN adley and Mllle-’ge .Murphey. Ad immstrunirs, :u plies to me tor Letters of Ifisinlssion from the Estate of Michael AA all, late of said countv . dt-ceiused— ! ,L h r rt e IT/ to admonish, all and singular Hie k.m red and creditors ol said deceased, to bo ami annear at my office on or before the first Monday in l ebruarv lSfi? t o sliovv cause, if any they have; why said Letters should not be granted Given under mv hand and official signature at office in Louisville,this nth day of August. I8 6. aug‘2l—vv:T,-6m NICHOLAS DIFH'L, Ord’y. and GEORGIA, JEFFERSON COUNTY v,A AN hereas, John G. Jordan E.wcutor. applies to me lor Letters of Dismission from the estate pf Robert Jordan, late 01 said county, deceased— These are, then fore, to cite and admonish, all and singu lar tin- kindred and creditors of said deceased, to bo and appear at my office on or before the first Monday in Feb ruary 1867 to allow cause, ifany they have, why said let ters should not be granted. Given under my hand and official signature ut office in Louisville, this 2»)th day of July. 1866. lY r OTIC'E.—TWO MONTHS AFTER it dat-‘. at,plication will be made to the (’ourt ofutdiuary ol Jefiereon Ci-uiuy, for have to sell the lands beloiuii gtc the estate of Ihomas G. Jordan, deceased, BARAH JORDAN. Adm x. November Btli. ISO 6. novß— Bw4< i^GTICK _L 1 Two u oaths after date, to wit. on the first Monday in .January next, application will be nude to the Court of Ordinary of Jefferson countv for leave to sell all the land be longing to tho estate of lE-njamin F. Ta> lor. of said county, and ceased. JAMES KING, Adm’r uov2—2mw43 Plantation for Sale. 1400 ACRES GOOD PINE LAND, 1 lUU (formerly belonging to Joseph Olij liant, deceased) lying in Jcflerson count)*, Georgia, IT miles north «,f Louis ville, the county site, about one. third open and well-fenced, * the balance original forest, well-timbered. Upon this place is a goo i dwelling house, outhouses, blacksmith shop, good gin house, screw. Ac. This land lies in a compact body, sur rounded on three sides by 1 mining streams, which furnish three good m il seats, and some excellent swamp land, in a high stu oof cultivation. This place is very healthy, and may be divided into three parts, having a good mill seat on each— a splendid cl.unc? tor a Factor) or Farms. Offered for sale for distribution among the heirs. Call ami see it, or uddress the uudeisigned at Louisville, .JeflYr-nn county. Ga. J. JI.OUI'UAN f,) x . a oct27—3m w 45 J. A. OLI I’ll ANT. i A * re? ts - GREENE COUNTY. A DNIINISTRATOR’S SALE. - BY J~\ virtue of an order of the (’curl of Ordinary of Greene County. Georgia, will be sold before the Court House door in Grcenefboro, in said county, between M-e lawful hours of.sale, on ihe FIRST TUESDAY IN FEBRUARY NEXT (1867.) a HOUSE and LOT. belonging to the Estate of Mrs. Sarah Asburv, d*ceased, situated in the town of Penfle.id, in said county, containing two acre* more or lens. Said property is situated on the Stn-et running east to Wood ville, adjoining the premises 1 f Mrs. King on the west, the same being the residence of said Sarah Asburv at the time of her dentil The House has six rooms, and Is conveniently located. On Ihe premises tiro a kitchen, smoke house, negro house and good well. Sold for the purpose of paying the debts ofthe estate of said Sarah Asbui v, deceased. Terms cash. SIMEON T. PEEK, Administrator of Sarah Asbury, deceased. dec-12—w52td TJXECUrOR’S s ale.—by virtue .M A ut an order of the Court cf Ordinary of Gr«; no county, Georgia, will be sold before the Court House door in Greenesboro’, in said county, between the lawful it ours of sale, on the first Tuesday in February next (1867) the Plantation belonging to ihe Estate of Jasper N. Copelan, deceased, consisting of 1,004 acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Mis. Billingalea, Mrs. Mcllenry, Wm. Bacon and John A Miller. The widow’s dower has been assigned to her out of this land, but the fee iu remainder in said dower will be Sold for the purpose of paying the debts ofthe Estate cf said Jasper N. Corelan, deceased. Terms ou the day of sale. This December 4. 1866. JOHN COPELAN, MARY E. COPELAN, Execntor and Executrix of the will of Jasper N. Cope lan, deceased. dec6—w6odsl /"J EORGIA, GREENE COUNTY.— \ A Whereas, Mrs. Mary Mapp, Administratrix of the Enate of John F. Mapp, deceased, petitions the (ourt of Ordinary of said county for Letters of Dismission. These are therefore to cite and r' qui e all persons con cerned to show cause against the grouting ofthe discharge of said Administratrix, and issuing to her letters dismis sory, nt the Court of Ordiunr to he held io aud for said county, on the first Monday in June next, Bu<. Given underiny hand re office, in Greensboro, Novem ber 2», 1866. EUGE.NIL.S L. KING. novJ3—vvoOtd— Ordir ery. ( 8 EORGIA, GREENE COUNTY.— \ I Whereas, Mrs. (’••ntiiia S.ui iers. Execu rtx ofthe last wi 1 andtertament.ofßlilington M. Sunders de**cased, peti tions the Court of Ordinary of said county for Letters of Dis mission— These are therefore to cite and require all persons c ncernod, to show cause against the granting of tne discharge of said Executrix, and i>suing to her Letters Dismi-sory, at the Court of Ordinary, to lie held in and lor said county, on the first Monday in April next. 1867. (iiven under my hand at office in Greenesboro September 18th, 186 .. ’ EUGENI US L. KING, Ordinary. GREENE COUNTY. Wliercjis Obadiali G. Copeian, Administrator of the estate of Fealston A. Seals, deceased, petitions the Court of Ordinary of said county for Letters Dtemlssory: These an* therefore to cite and require all persons concern ed to show cause against the panting of the discharge of said Administrator, and issuing to him Letters Dismlssory, at the Court of Ordinary to l*e field in and for said county, on the first Monday in December next. Given under my hand at office in Greensboro. Mnv 23d, 1866. EUGENI US L. KING, in >"27- 6n t w 23 Ordinary. ( MioTiUlA. GREENE COUNTY \ "J. When f. <K. J..ci: •< n adm *•* + f!h( • tate ofjo.*. j.h B. V/al eu dec‘-used, petirions the Omit of Ordlna ry of sa: • • Letters Diamis-ory : Tlies** an 1 . mre to cite and reqmn ; i; .■ r one concerned to show cause against the gmnting of the discharge of said AdniinlrtrrJor, and issuing to l.im Letters DDmissorv, at the Court ofOr ii: ary tob, h J.l in and for said county, on the first Monday in .January next, (1K07.J Given under my hand at office in Greencsl»oro, June 13th, 1806. EUGENIC'S L. KING, Ordinary. Jy4—w2BCm A DMIN I STRATOR’S SALE.-BY virtue of an order of tlic Court of Ordinary c 1 r ei.c county, Georgia, will be sold before the Court House door in Greenes’oro in said comity and State, between the lawful hours of sale, on the KIK-T TUESDAY IN JANUARY next, 1867, the following tract of lanu lying in said county to wit: The tra'i ofland upon which Mrs. Rebecca Moore re sided at the time of her death, the same being her dower in tne lands of Burnett Moore, >r. deceased, containing 6*50 joining lands of cut at Ji T. I'. Jni J:is. T. Findley, W. A Parteeand others. Ale ut fifty aces in or.g nal woods; alrout 125 acres in cul fvation—the balance in pine. (»n the premises is a good dwelling and necessary outbuikk mgs. mdnC’-J !»• aefy ordcid. m SoiJ ns the property < f the estate of Burnett Moore, Sr. de ceased, and for purposes of distribution. Terms on 'he day of side. WILLI A M A. ('>l.' ’LOUGH, Adm’r .le bonis non. of Burnett M<*ore, Sr. dec’d. i.ovtf—sv.47 ELBERT COUNTY. EORGIA, ELBERT COUNTY.- \ J (•■iurt . r<,r.li,.;. r y.',rt' ri.nn. IV/.. -h appttriM tothc* finl by tin- wri'li-n pt-tlt>-f Ml.: v A. 1! 11. <ne..f tlio hi lr. :;t .1..i,„-U. Hall, that Wii.l'p A. WillMti-.of snd enuntv. did. • tl,. 16.1i dav.i Janiiary. idST.i-mcuie to said James O. Hail. U,. n in life :,.)«• d.wied. tw.. N.t.dscmi diti..iu-,i to (-xtsute hwfu! titles to twotmclsol .um!. olio lying on tlm Uravt-rJian mck. •■ii icg land, of Mart* rial.. K< I r-rt While and otliers. rr.ntalt.iit' l*o htindrcd .od rialrty acre, mere or e .... 'llle otlier traet iyietro; t1..-osier, or' |,4«.r.:ar, met - , >.* l.rM ... I! I. k. -r-i: llatly uid otl.'-r-. umtaiulr.* hundred and f-r J seve ar.d al-hffacres. ne. e o-1,-.-. And it 1.,r.h. r ab: earir.j! lU the suid Jan.es r’. Ilall dcj,a ted tills re without having titles made lo him; ar.d it Amber eptKWfaf to ti. ] Court Uiattbe pure,: ~- -h.oi ey I,as 1-.:. paid, ae- t« the tenor ofsair! bond-, and Jla-y A. Hail, one o! II e i.e.re at law or-ud James C. Hull. 1.: v 1,2 pell.to ed the ' ■ ert lo .V.‘-" N.DoVDD'VD-o' 1 : Ihfe-; 'lui MafeT;:iieiy^ifiS; i i'd^7Dh^';Gh. l ifoVr;:;Df titici to the lavv of Kiid jon.cn Cb Hail, to h two dtred thot a opy of this rj!-- be published in the Chrt.nicie * Sentinel, a newspaper published in Augur a. Gs. Tor inree months. WM. 11. EDW ARDS oct27—3mw4s Ordmory- XGTICE.—APPLICATFON WILL jL 1 he made to tbe Court of Ordinary of i-.i!x-rt Munt> . a. alllie flret re«.i!ar term after the eq.iratioii •_( iwone inns from this noflee, for leave to sell all the lands hel,n£n|to the •state of Woodson Burden. 1 de of said counfy. deceased. the benent of the heirs c! BCKHES.^ ELBERT COUNTY ' ljf V.'li, rear. John il..tr.n.«. Ksway Hornes tVathe e h s J fully administered as JUecutorof said Simeon Its ■ ; : 8 ,.-, o nseonceraed. kindred •>« Thow if any they ,LUI why Mid Ks.-.-*.r • •••; ■ ' ' • 1 ' V' ■ * t ' ‘ c letter* on tne first Ax LDU A KDS, August «th,lBM. ordlnurv. sep I—6m w J 7 TTkokgl V ELBERT COUNTY. ( f .... _ ... < a nfcC Rucker. Admlnirtratrixof William ' 7nr ao.J. repr - r.-t- mthe Court in her m-titlon. dulv fifei aid entered on the minutes that she has fully ad ndnisteredWilham K. Rucker's Lstau;: TL. i.fV t rlLre to c teal! perona concerned, kindred and V- Gw vmiL-e. jf any they can, why said Adminls* r ledrot be dlsch urged from h<r Administration, and SJJJJ, 1 J ZtWnofDtaniwoD on the first Monday in February 1867. L • W. H. EDWARDS, Ordinary, fyl 1 ‘m , SCRIVEN COUNTY. ; MONTHS AFTER % rF'-p aDDlicolfon will be made to the Court ot Ordina ry riven county. Georgia, for leave to sell ail the Real : lanes Hragg, iate of said county, deceased. _ 7 J WENSLEY HOBBY, _Administrator de bonis non. i / MINISTRATOR’S SALE.-BY - \ , ,sot an order of the Ccurt of <rdinary of Scriven L 7 < 2ia, will be sold at public outcry before the Court i* w : • the village of feylvanla, m county, wtthJn ( - •of saieTon the FIRST TUESDAY IN FEB- K T ( . . a tract of land lying and being in «w Jouwr, c hundred an fourteen a< res more or iet-s, a.u .. k ~ ot Samuel Taylor, Jon xthaa Grimes uidcr •er. %!. Lov Sold as the property ot JJUJtam R. Fo.e har. ate- a.- or benefit cf the heir* and cmhtoi*. A•.at ’ I le time place, one tract of hmd lylPgMd be.t, in salt 'nty. containing four hundrod (400 mer*- or . , adjoining lauds of. R. Hadley, At - y Thomas Askew, Bird Newton and Ogee £ • - - Jc. ' ” tb ir&«Wtl KO*Br. Adair.