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No. 3- Abstract of bids under advertisement of June 4, 1838_Continued.

Too high. Readvertised.

GEORGIA-Continued.
Leave Sparta every Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday, at 6 a. m.; arrive at Mount Zion
same days by 7 a. m.
Leave Mount Zion every Monday, Wed-

06. -
nesday, and Friday, at 85 a. m.; arrive at
Sparta same days by 10 a. m.

Loe (30)
Leave Mount Zion every Wednesday at 8
a. m.; arrive at Eatonton same day by 4 p.m.

Leave Eatonton every Thursday at 7 a. m.;
arrive at Mount Zion same day by 3 p. m.

No. 2312.-From Sparta, by Stanford and Brodkins & Bethea : $400 .
Worthen's Store, to Sandersville; return by Brodkins & Bethea (re- $260; from Milledgeville, by Long Bridge and Wor-
Long Bridge and Warren's Mount, 26 miles ceived 238 Oct. 1838). then's Store, to Sandersville, 35 miles and back,
and back, once a week.

once a week; and supply Standfast, 9 miles and
Leave Sparta every Thursday at 4 a. m.;

back, once a week.
arrive at Sandersville same day by 11 a. m.

Leave Sandersville every Thursday at 12
m.; arrive at Sparta same day by 8 p. m.

No. 2313.-From Milledgeville, by Wal-Boyd & Edmond (1820) - $37,000; waterproof carriages, limited to 3 passenlace, Macon, Warrior, Knoxville, Francis

gers, in separate apartment, 6 miles per hour; ville, Union, Daviston, Talbotton, and Ellers

or 7 miles per hour, running time, $2,900 addi-
lie, to Columbus, 92 miles and back, daily, in

tional.
4-horse post-coaches.

Saltmarsh & Fuller (2307) $10,000; or, $30,627 (at the rate of 100 miles a day), in
TP Proposals are invited to carry the mail

cariages constructed for the purpose, as advertised, 7
on this route in waterproof carriages, con-

miles per hour, running time, and run an additional structed for the purpose under the direction of

daily line of 4-horse post-coaches, to carry the waythe department, with only three passengers, on

mail. If accepted, they will improve service on 3669, the outside or in a separate apartment; also,

to run according to the above proposition, for an into carry the mail at a greater speed, defining

crease of compensation to amount to $20,916. the number of miles which the bidder proposes

John L. Mustian $9,600; in waterproof carriages, at the rate of 6 miles to make in each hour of running time.

per hour, $33,000.

1838, Sept. 19. Accepted

at $10,000, being pros-
ent contractors.

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Leave Milledgeville daily at 7 p. m arrive at Columbus in 31 hours, by 2 a. m.

Leave Columbus daily at 2 a. m.: arrive at Milledgeville next day by 6 a. m.

No. 2314.-From Milledgeville, by Fair- Price & Johnson (1876) $9,500 ; $4,500, stages.
field, Eatonton, Parke's Bridge, Greensbo Peck, Wellford & Co. | $16,100.
rough, Watson's Grove, Tyrone, Washing (1876).
10. Danburg, Petersburg, and Calhoun's Saltmarsh & Fuller - $4,750; or, $3,950, 2-horse stages . . . 1838, Sept. 19. Accepted
Mills, to Abbeville, 110 miles and back, 3 times

at $4,750.
a week, in 4-horse post-coaches.

I Proposals to run with stages are invited.

Leave Milledgeville every Monday, Wed-
nesday, and Friday, at 61 a. m.; arrive at Ab-
beville next days by 1 p. m.

Leave Abbeville every Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday, at 11 a.m.; arrive at Milledge-
ville next days by 6 p. m.

No. 2315.-From Milledgeville, by Green James Crow . - $4,900, and $1,300 additional for additional trips to
Hill, Blountsville, Midway, Hillsboro', Mon-

Covington.
ticello, Leakesville, Starrsville, Covington, Jacob Crow - - $4,500, and $1,000 additional for the extra trip to This is intended to super-
Oak Hill, McDonough, Fosterville, Fayette-

Covington.

sede the bid at $4,900.
ville, and Ware's Store, to Newnan, 122 miles Bowen & Ragland - $3,470; or, $4,400, 3 times a week.
and back, twice a week, in stages,

Joseph Thompson $3,945, 3 times a week to Covington, twice a week 1838, Oct. 11. Accepted.'
Proposals to carry 3 times a week to

the residue.
Covington will be considered.

Edward Varner - $3,000, with additional trip to Covington for $400 ad. No guarantee.
Leave Milledgeville every Tuesday and

"ditional compensation.
Friday at 3 a. m.; arrive at Newnan next Hugh Knox - $3,750; or, $4,200 with additional trip to Covington, 1838, Sept. 19. Accepted,
days by 10 p. m.

3 times a week.

at $4,200. 1838, Oct.
Leave Newnan every Tuesday and Friday

11. Rescinded.
at 3 a. m.; arrive at Milledgeville next days
by 10 p. m.

Service is to commence on the 1st of July,
1839.
No. 2316.-From Milledgeville, by Clop- Hugh Knox (2315) - 350.

Too high. Readvertised.
tonsville, Stanfordsville, and South Union, to Brodkins & Bethea . $400.
Monticello, 35 miles and back, once a week.

Leave Milledgeville every Friday at 5 a. m.;
arrive at Monticello same day by 4 p. m.

Leave Monticello every Saturday at 6 a.m.; arrive at Milledgeville same day by 5 p. m.

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No. 3—Abstract of bids under advertisement of June 4, 1838–Continued.

TIL NUTIGOS G.GE
Route, distance, service, and schedule, as ad-
POTE

Bidders.

| Amounts, according to the terms of advertisement, ex

cept where otherwise stated.

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GEORGIA-Continued.
No. 2317.-From Milledgeville, by Irwin-Wm. Cooper • - $6,000, as advertised in stages.
ton, Rains's Store, Marion, Tannersville, and John Gene (2381)

- $6,390.
Barkwells, to Hawkinsville, 71 miles and
back, 3 times a week, from 1st November to
1st July in each year, and twice a week the
residue, in stages.

Proposals are invited to run daily in 4
horse post-coaches, with the view of carrying
the great eastern and southern mail on this line,

Leave Milledgeville every Tuesday, Thurs-
day, and Saturday, at 7 a. m.; arrive at Hawk-
insville every Wednesday, Friday, and Mon-
day, by 12 m.

Leave Hawkinsville every Monday, Wed-
nesday, and Friday, at 1 p. m.; arrive at Mil-
ledgeville every Tuesday, Thursday, and
Sunday, by 6 p. m.

Proposals are invited to carry the great
eastern and southern mail on this route in
water-proof carriages, constructed for the pur-
pose under the direction of the department,
with only three passengers, on the outside or
in a separate apartment; also, to carry said
mail at a greater speed, defining the number
of miles which the bidder proposes to make
in each hour of running time.
No. 2318.-From Milledgeville, by Hebron, Hugh Knox (2315)

$1,550.
Sandersville, Davisboro', Louisville, St. Clair,

I Tord voor
Edward Varner

$1,200 ; sulkeys.
and Waynesboro', to Fryer's Pond, 94 miles Jas. V. Jones . $2,000.
and back, twice a week.

Brodkins & Bethea

$1,500. geville every Wednesday and Lewis F. Powell 1 $5,000; sulkey, or 1-horse wagon. Saturday at 8 a. m.; arrive at Fryer's Pond D. L. Holliday (received $8 per mile. every Friday and Monday by 6 p. m.

21st Sept.) (2213).

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Love Fryer's Pond every Sunday and
Wednesday at 5 a. m.; arrive at Alilledgeville
every Tuesday and Friday by 3 p. m.

No. 2319.-From Milledgeville, by Green John L. Mustian - $1,400.
Hill and Clinton, 10 Macon, 36 miles and | Horace Satterlee - $1,500.
back, 3 times a week, in stages.

Knox & Holliday (re- | $1,200, is 2319 can leave Milledgeville at same time.
Leave Milledgeville every Monday, Wed ceived 220 Sept.) (2213).
nesday, and Friday, at 6 a.m.; arrive at Ma-
con saine days by 3 p. m.

Leave Macon every Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday, at 6 a. in.; arrive at Milledge-
ville same days by 3 p. m.

No. 2320.---From Eatonton, by Madison, Sa- | H. N. Wilson - - $1,500 in stages; or $3,000 in 4-horse post-coaches.
lem, Williams's Cross-roads, and Watkins-
villé, to Athens, 18 miles and back, 3 times a
week, in stages,

I Proposals to carry in coaches will be
considered.

Leave Eatonton every Monday, Wednes-
day, and Friday, at 12 m; arrive at Athens
same days by 12 night.

Leave Athens every Sunday, Wednesday,
and Friday, at 1 a. in.; arrive at Eatonton
same days by 12 m.

No. 2321.-From Eatonton, by Monticello, John L. Mustian - $5,100; or $3,000 in stages . . . .
Planters, Indian Springs, Unionville, Van Bu-
ren, Zebulon, Flat Shoals, Wood House, E. Varner

- $8,000. Greenville, Gray Rock, Mouniville, La H. Satterlee & Co. - | $7,000; or $5,000 in stages; or, if run direct to ForGrange, and Long Cane, to Westpoint, 120

syth, the distance not being known to bidder, $60 miles and back, 3 times a week, in 1-horse

per mile, or $45 for stage. post-coaches.

Bowen & Ragland

- $6,470.
Proposals to run with stages are invited. Hiram N. Wilson (2347) | $5,000.
Leave Eatonton every Monday, Wednes John L. Mustian (receiv. From Westpoint to Wetumpka, at pro rata of his bid
day, and Friday, at 4 p. m.; arrive at West ed 220 Sept.)

on 2321, to run in stages by Chambers C. H., Pitts-
point every Wednesday, Friday, and Mon-

boro', &c. Prefers this road to one advertised undav, by 6 p. m.

der 3721 ; says the distance is about the same. Leave Westpoint every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 6 a. m.; arrire at Eatonton every Wednesday, Friday, and Monday, by 0 2. m.

No. 3—Abstract of bids under advertisement of June 4, 1838Continued.

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GEORGIA-Continued.
No. 221.-ron: liadisun, 15 Eransville, Edward Varner
Shalyvale, Monticello, end Hillbiro', to' T. G. Glen

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Clinton, 4; 2iles alinh xac, once a week. Tyre Glenn (received 1st

Leave the in every Thursday at 7 a. m.;' Nov. 1838).
arrive at Clinin next day by 10 a. 11).

Leave Ciiton averr Fiday at 11 a. m; ar-
rive at Waisen next day by 1 p. m.

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No. 23-Fiom Madison, by Fairplay, Edw. Varner -
Monroe, Firvieto'and Windsor, 10 Lav | Roh S. Fosier
renkerit, 6 21e alle bick, rice a week.

Leve 1?. on eveTTirsday at 7 a.in.;
arrive at Lauercetilrestar by 10 a. m.;

Leare Lawrenceville every Triday at 12 J. A. Clark . m.; arrive at BNN Text av hrý p. m.

- | $250-$500 for this and 2322

- No guarantee. . $1,400, twice a week, stages, and extend to Gaines

ville for $900 additional; or, $2,000, in stages, 3 times a week, and extend to Gainesville for $400

additional. . $900, stages; $1,200, twice a week, stages; $1,800, 1838, Sept. 19. Accepted

3 times a week, stages; or, extend route by War- | at $1,200. saw to Canton, twice a week, stages, $1,800; or, 3

times a week, 32,500. - $1,900, for this and 2366 united, twice a week; or,

$2,500, 3 times a week.

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$2,769, or $39 per mile; $4,189, 4-horse post-coach

es, or $59 per mile.
$2,000, stages; or, $4,000, 4-horse post-coaches. Pa)-

estine, Social Circle, and Mount Pleasant, to be

supplied by horse once a week. $3,150, 4-horse post coaches

No. 23:21.- From Greensboro', bv Buckhead, Paul Herreford - -
Madison, Ehinezer, Newbm, Covington, Za-
chary's Store, Rochdale, ard Latimer's Store, Wm. N. Wilson (2320)
to Decatur, 71 miles and back, 3 times a week,
in stages; Polesine, Social (ircle, and Mount
Pleasant to be plied by one oi the trips, or John F. Zimmerman -
by horse.

Proposals to carry in 4-horse post-coach-
es will be considered

John F. Zimmerman -
Lear Groen boro'every Monday, Wednes Jos. Thompson - -
dov and Friday, at I p.m.; arrive at Decatur Wm. Fuller - -
Text days bv 7 p. m.

Wilbourne & Linn -
Leave Decatur every Tuesday, Thursday, Jacob Crow - -

Recalls his former bid,

but refers to it for guarantee.

$2,112, stages. $2,099; or, $4,260, 4-horse post-coaches. $4,500; or, $1,950, 2-horse stages . $3,999; or, $5,999, 4-horse post-coaches. $3,500, stages; or, $7,000, 4-horse post-coaches.

1838, Sept. 19. Accepted

at $1,950

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