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No. 3.-Abstract of bids under advertisement of May 8, 1838, inviting proposals for carrying the mail of the United

States, from the 1st of September, 1838, to the 30th of June, 1842, on the following post-route in Missouri; to be received until the 15th day of July, 1838, inclusive, and to be decided on the day following.

No. 3007.-From Potosi, by Farmington, Robert Morrison - $1,697; horse service, 3 times a week.
Frederickton, and Patton, to Jackson, 80 miles | Chesley Peyton - $6,000; stage, 3 times a week, with privilege of 30 days
and back, 3 times a week, in stages.

each year on horse. Asks to have bid of the 11th of
D Proposals are also invited for the con-

June last altered to this.
veyance of the mail on this route 3 times a Frier & Duchouquette - $3,940; stage, 3 times a week, with privilege of 30 days,
week in 4-horse post-coaches.

horse or cart.
Leave every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat- Chesley Peyton - $7,000; stage, except 40 days in each year, during
urday, at 6 a. m.; arrive next days by 6 p.

which, horse service.
m .

H.C. Armstrong - 199,750; 4-horse post-coaches, or stage nine months
Returning: Leave every Tuesday, Thurs-

each year: residue on horse.
day, and Saturday, at 6 a, m.; arrive next | Berryman & Villars - $4,000; two months on horse; or, $6,000, 4-horse post-
days by 6 p. m.

coaches ten months, and two months on horse.
P.P. Brickey - $4,300; stage, from 1st March to Ist November; resi-

due on horse; or, $8,000, 4-horse post-coaches, nine

months; residue on horse.
Will H. Smith - $5,500, 3 times a week, 4-horse post-coaches; and when

impracticable to carry in 4-horse post-coaches on ac-
count of bad roads, to carry on horse 3 times a week,
at such deduction from $5,500 as the department may
see fit to make: postmasters to certify when such

service is performed.
George F. Bollinger - $4,400; 4-horse post-coaches nine months, and horse

January, February, and March; three months in each

year.
George Sexton. - $3,200; 2-horse stage, with privilege of 60 days in each 1838, July 17. Accept-

year on horse or otherwise; or, $5,500, 4-horse post-ed, to run by Caledonia at
coaches, with above privilege,

pro rata increase of pay. John Purdy

$5,000; 2-horse stages, John Purdy

$7,000; 4-horse post-coaches, from 1st April to 1st Jan

uary, and resídue 2-horse stages. Asks permission to carry in 2-horse stage from commencement till Ist April, 1839.

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No. 3.-—Abstract of bids under advertisement of May 17, 1838, inviting proposals for carrying the mail of the United States, from the Ist of August, 1830

moust, 1838, to the 31st of December, 1839, on the following posl-roule in Ohio; lo be received until the 10th day of July, 1838, inclusive, and to be decided on the day following

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No. 1502.-From Zanesville, by Putnam, Otis Ballard

$16,500; or, in 4-horse post-coaches, $17,900.
Fultonham, Somerset, Rushville, Lancaster, Otho Hinton

$16,000; or, in 4-horse post-coaches, $16,000.
Tarlton, Kingston, Chillicothe, Bourneville, G. Steinman

$16,800; in 4-horse post-coaches.
Bainbridge, Sinking Spring, Locust Grove, Darius Talmadge | $18,000 in 4-horse post-coaches.
Dunbarton, West Union, and Aberdeen, to Benoni Staats . | $6,450; or $5,450 on horse.
Maysville, Ky., 146 miles and back, daily, in James Bryan

- | $6,400; or, in 4-horse post-coaches, $13,500 - • 1838, July 11. Accepted
2-horse wagons.

in 4-horse post-coaches, at
U Proposals for carrying the above mail in

$13,500.
4-horse post coaches will also be considered. Rowland W. Burbridge $23,000; in 4-horse post-coaches.

Leave daily after arrival of the Wheeling G. Carpenter - - $15,500 in 4-horse post-coaches.
mail, say at 7 a. m.; arrive second day (in 50 John Yontz

$7,994; or, in 4-horse post-coaches from June 1 to Oc- 1838, Aug. 11. Accepted hours) by 9 a, m.

tober 1, and in 2-horse wagons from October 1 to the $12,975 proposition,
Retin ning: Leave daily after arrival of the

June 1, $12,975; or in 4-horse post-coaches from Jas. Bryan having failed.
Lexington mail, say at 2 p.m.; arrive second

April 15 to October 15, and in 2-horse wagons from
day (in 50 hours) in time to connect with the

October 15 to April 15, $14,985; or, in 4-horse postmail for Wheeling by 4 p. m.

coaches, $17,974.

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No. 3. Abstract of bids under advertisement of May 17, 1838, inviting proposals for carrying the mail of the United

States, from the 1st of October, 1838, to the 31st of December, 1839, on the following post-route in Pennsylvania; to be received until the 1st day of September, 1838, inclusive, and to be decided on the day following.

Route, distance, service, and schedule, as ad

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vertised.

Bidders.

Amounts according to the terms of advertisement, ex

cept where otherwise stated.

Decision.

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$1,600 from Columbia to Bainbridge, daily, in stages, 1838, Sept. 3. Accepted at
and tri-weekly to Middletown on horse; or, from Čol- $800; Columbia to Ma-
umbia to Marietta daily, and tri-weekly to Middle- rietta, daily, in stages,
town in stages, for $1,200; or, from Columbia to and the rest of the route
Marietta daily, and tri-weekly to Middletown on tri-weekly on horseback,
harse, for $800.

No. 1048.-From Columbia, by Marietta, Robert K. Colvin
Bainbridge, and Falmouth, to Middletown, 31
miles and back, daily, in stages, from Colum-
bia to Bainbridge, and thence to Middletown, 3
times a week, on horseback.

O Proposals for carrying a daily mail on
horseback from Columbia to Marietta, and 3
times a week on the balance of the route, were
also invited under date of June 19, 1838.

Leave Columbia daily after arrival of the
Philadelphia mail, say at 4 p, m.; arrive at
Bainbridge same day by 63 p. m.

Leave Bainbridge daily at 2 p. m., arrive at
Columbia same day by 44 p, m.

Leave Bainbridge every Monday, Wednes-
day, and Friday, at 7 p. m.; arrive at Middle-
town same days by 9 p.m. LU

Leave Middletown every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 10 a, m.; arrive at Bainbridge same days by 12 m

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webwertisement of May 17, 1838, inviting proposals for carrying the mail of the United Sates from 1st

1839. to 30th June, 1842, inclusive, on the following post-route in Kentucky ; to be received until the 1st day of helv, 1838, inclusive, and to be decided on the day following.

No: 3256.-From Louisville, by Keller's, McAtee & Eastham
Mount Washington, High Grove, to Bards
town, 41 miles and back, 3 times a week, in 4-
horse post-coaches; and from Louisville, by
Shepherdsville and Cave Springs, to Bards McAtee & Eastham
town, 39 miles and back, 3 times a week, in Albert Tobey
stages, from the 15th of April to the 15th of Wm. Penny
November; and on horse from the 15th of
November to the 15th of April, 3 times a week;
also, from Bardstown, by Fredericktown,
Springfield, and Mackville, to Harrodsburg,
43 miles and back, 3 times a week, in 4-horse
post-coaches; and from Springfield to Leb-
anon, 9 miles and back, 3 times a week, in
stages.
Jeffersontown to be supplied from Keller's, S. T. Beall & Co.

S. T. Beall & Co.
3 miles and back, 3 times a week, on horse.

Leave Louisville, via Keller's, &c., every
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 9 a.m.;
arrive at Bardstown same days by 7 p. m.

Leave Bardstown every Tuesday, Thurs-
day, and Saturday, at 7 a. m.; arrive at Louis-
ville same days by 5 p. m.

Leave Louisville, via Shephersdville, every
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 a. m.;
arrive at Bardstown same days by 7 p. m.

Leave Bardstown every Monday, Wednes-
day, and Friday, at 7 a. m.; arrive at Louis-
ville same days by 5 p. m.

37996
Leave Bardstown every Monday, Wednes-
day, and Friday, at 7 a. m.; arrive at Harrods-
burg same days by 6 p. m.

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No. 3—Abstract of bids under advertisement of May 17, 1838_Continued.

Route, distance, service, and schedule, as ad

vertised.

Bidders.

Amounts, according to the terms of advertisement, ex

cept where otherwise stated,

Decision,

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Leave Harrodsburg every Tuesday, Thurs-
day, and Saturday, at 6 a, m,; arrive at Bards-
town same days by 5 p. m.

Leave Springfield every Monday, Wednes-
day, and Friday, at 1 p.m.; arrive at Lebanon
same days by. 4 p. m.

Leave Lebanon every Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday, at 6 a.m.; arrive at Springfield
same days by 9 a, m.

Branch mail from Jeffersontoon to Keller's.

Leave Keller's Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays, at 12 m; arrive at Jeffersontown
same days by 1 p. m.

Leave Jeffersontown Mondays, Wednes-
days, and Fridays, at 3 p. m.; arrive at Keller's
same days by 4 p. m. DOLE! !! ! !

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