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Tost Orrrcs Depaetxe.vt,
December SI, 1:57 f
fpjJt nZ. be reieired at tbe Contract Oflke
this Department ucul 3, p. m., ef Wednesday,
aroa l, 1S53, far conveying tLe m-iils cf ile Unit-
States for four years comasfninir Jo!y 1, 1S53,
and ending Judo 33, 1SC2, is the Territory cf A'e-hrati-a.,oa
the routes and by the schedules herein
DwririoDi to be ratde cy April 21. 1S53.
Eramint carrfulj the form and inttruetiom an
nexed.) H33L, Frcm Omaha City to Council ElaIowa,
t ttilei tad back, daily.
Leave Oanha City daily at 1, p. M;
Arrive at Council' Bluff earns day by S p m ;
' tsare Council BIciTdaily at 4, p in;
Arrive at Omaha City tame day by6,pm.
140C2; From Omaha City by Nebraska City.Kear
ey City, Mount Vernon, Brownviile, Nemaha City,
and Halo, to Whitehead, liO miles, and back, three
times a week.
Leave Omaha city llonday, 'Wednesday, and Fri
day, at 5, a in;
Arrire at Whitehead 3d day bylOpn;
Lere Whitehead Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
lly at S, a m;
Arrire at Omaha eity Si day by 10 pm.
"H003. From Omaha City,. by Elkhorn Ciy, to
t ontanelle, 57 miles and back, three times a week.
Leara Omaha City ilonday, Wednesday, and Fri
dir at 6 a mj
Arrive at Fontanelle text days by 12 ;
Leara Fontanelle Tuesday, Thursday", and Satur
day xt I pm:'
Arrire at Omaha city next day by 7 p m.
1400. From Omaha City, by Belleview, Cslar
Island, Piafmcuth, Eock fclus, Lewistown, Three
Grove, and Wyoming, to Nebraska city, 120 miles
and back, three times a week.
Leare Omaha City Hon Jay, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 8 a m :
Arrire at Nebraska City 3d day by 8 p m:
Leara Nebraska city Monday, Wednesday, and
Fndav at 0 a m ;
Arrire at Omaha City 3d days by 6 p ra;
14i05. From Omaha City by Elkhorn city, Ba
aaan, Columbus, Fort Kearney, and Fort Lara
aiie, to Salt Lake, 1.015 miles and back, once a
Leave Omaha City a the 15:h of each month ;
Arrire at Salt Lake in thirty days thereafter;
Jiare Salt Lake on the 15th of each month ;
Arrire at Omaha City in thirty days thereafter.
"Bids to end at Fort Laramie, omitting Fort Kear
ey Salt Lake will be considered.
14008. From Omaha City, by Florence, Ft. Cal
konn. De Soto, Cumming city, Tekamab, Black Bird,
ani Omadi, to DahkoU city, 110 miles and back,
three time a week. t
Leare Omaha city Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 5am:
- Arrire at DahkoU city next dors by 10 pm:
Leare Dahkota city Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 5 a ra; . '
Arrire at Omaha city next days by 10 p m.
' 14007. From Omaha city, by Elkhorn city,- Fon
tanelle, Tiunnin Water, and Fort Randall, to Fort
Pierre, 400 miles and back, twice a month.
Leare Omaha city 1st and 15th of each month at
. Arrire at Ft. Pierre on the ICth day by 10 p m;
Leare Fort Pierre on 12th and 17th of each month
Arrire at Omaha city on the 10th day by 10 p m;
Bids to rtin onee a week will lie considered.
' 14003. From Buchanan, by Fontanelle, to De Soto,
CO miles and back, once a week.
Leave Buchanan Monday, at 8, a m;
Arrire at De Soto next day by 6 p m;
' Leare De Soto Wednesday at 3 a m;
Arrira at Buchanan next day by 6 pm.
14009. From Fontanelle to Fremont, 15 mile I and
back, once a week.
Leare Fontanelle Saturday at 7 a m;
Arrire at Fremont by 12 m;
Leave Fremont Saturday at 2 p m;
Arrira at Fontanella by 7 p m.
14010. From Oregon, Missouri, by Olire Branch,
to Eulo, 25 miles and back, three times a week.
Arrire at Rulo bv 12 ra
Leave Eulo Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at
Arnra at Oregon br 8 ra.
14011. From.Rulo by Archer and Salem, to Marys
Tille, in Kansas', 100 milles and back, once a week.
Leare Kalo Monday at o a m;
Arrire at Marysville next day by 10 p m
ere Marysville Wednesday at 6 a m;
Arrire at Kalo next day by 10 P m.
Bids toeommence at Saint Stephens, to run three
times a week are invited.
v 14012. From Bollriew, by Fairricw and ITatford
to Ashland, 40 miles and back, once a week.
Leare Belleriew Friday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Ashland by 8 p m;
Leare Ashland Saturday at 6 a m"
Arrire at Belleview by 8 p m.
Ki J to end at Platford will be considered.
14013. From. Glenwood, Iowa, by Cerro Gordo,
Belleview, and Ilaileton, in Nebraska Territory, to
Fremont. 40 miles and back, three times a week
Leare Glenwood Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at 6 a m;
ArriTA at Fremont by 8 r TO:
Leare Fremont Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
Arrira at Glenwood by 8 T) m
' "14014. From Oretron. Mo. by Forest City and Rush
Bottom, to St, Stephens, SO miles and back, twice a
Leare Oregon Monday and Friday at 8 a m;
Arrire at St. Sterjhens same davs by 6 p m;
. Leare St. Stephens Tuesday and Saturday at 8
Arrir at Orezon same diys by6 p a,
14015. From Platsmouth to Ltwisvillo, 20 miles
and back, once a week.
' Leare Plattsmouth Saturday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Lewisville by 12 m ; - , .
Leave Lewisville Saturday at 2 j m; -Arrive
at Platsmouth by 8 p m.
14018. From Platsmouth to Glenwood, Iowa, 9
miles and back, three times a weeK.
Leave Platsmouth Monday, Wednesday, and Fri-
cay at 9 a m;
Arrive at Glenwood by 12 m;
Leare Glenwood Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at 2 p m; -
Arrive at Platsmouth by 5 o m.
14017. From Platsmouth to Glendale, 15 miles
and back once a week.
Leave Platsmooth Saturday at 7 a nt;
Arrive at Glendale by 12 m;
Leave Glendale Saturday at 2 p m;
Arrire at Platsmouth by 7 p m.
14018. From Platsmouth, by Kenosha, to Wyo
aing, 20 miles, and back, once a week.
Leave Platsmouth Saturday t 6 a m;
Arrive at Wyoming by 12 m;
L&are WyomingSaturday at 2 p m;
Arrire at Platsmouth by 8 p ra.
14019. From Marvsviile, by Ftrney and Pleawtt
Talley, to Fort Kearney, 1C0 miles and back, once a
Leare Marysville Monday at 4 a m; .
Arrive at Ft. Kearney Thursday by 6 p m;
Leave Ft. Kearney Monday at 4am;
Arrive at Marysville Thurgliay by C tin.
Bids to run by a proposed schedule will be consid
Bids to run three times a week will be considered,
14020. From Wyoming to Salt Creek, 50 miles
ani back, once a week.
Leave Wyoming Fridsy at 6 a m;
Arrire at Salt Creek by 8 p m:
Leare Salt Creek Saturday at 6 a m;
Arrire at Wromine by 8 p m.
14021. From Konoshato Sidney, Iowa, 20 miles
and back, three times a week. j
. Leare Kenosha Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at 6 a m;
Arrire In Sydney by 12 m;
Leave Sydney Monday, Wednesday ani Friday at
Arrire at Kenosha by 8 p m;
14022. From Nebraska City, by Fort Kearney to
Ash Uollow 400 miles and back, one a month.
m Leare Nebraska lt ol every raonvh, '
Arrive at Ah Hollow on 10th day thereafter;
Leare Ash Hollow on 10th cf every month;
Arrire at Nebraska City on the ICth day there
after. Uids to run twice a month, and to end atFt.Kcar
ey, omitting Ash Hollow, will be eonidered.
k 14023. From Nebraska City by Koartey City, to
Kidney, Iowa, 15 miles and back, three times a
Leare Nebraska City Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday at 8 a m;
Arrire at Sidney same davs by 12 m;
Leare Sidney Monday, Wednesday, ani Friday at
Arrire at Nebraska City same dars by T p in
1524. From Nebraska City by Hamilton, Tecora
eh, Turkey Creek, and Otto Mission, toMarjsriiic,
11 1 miles ana naek, one a week.
Leare Nebraska City Monday at 6 a m; -Arrire
at Marrsrille Wednesday by 6 p m;
. Leare Marysville Thursday at 8 a m;
Arrire at Nebraska City Saturday by S p n
Bids to run three times a wesk will be considered.
14025. From Nebrka City, byOttoeCitr. Mt
VarnoB,Browarille, Nemaha City, Archer, White
Cloud and Rulo, to Nemaha Acency. Kansas T- 60
thiles and back, three tima a weok.
Leave Nebraska City Monday, Wednesday, and
rriiay at 6 a in;
Arrive at Nemaha Aceney next days by & p ra;
' ieare Nemaha Agency Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at S a m:
Arrive at Nebraska City r ert day by A p m.
14325. IYnn, Nebraska City, by Ottoe City and
Ti Paflo,". o Linden, Mon 43 miles and back, once a
Leare Nebraska City Monday at 6 a ra;
Arrire at Lindon by 1 0 p m:
v". Jye Linden Tucad iy at 6 a ra;
-AjtIj atJCebrstka City by 15 p a.
14027. Frcm Brownrille to Rockport Mo., 8 miles
and.baak. alxlimesa week.' . ' t. '
Leare BrvWDvule daily, except Sunday,at 9 a a:
Arrir at Rockport by 12 m;
Leare Rock-port daily, except Sunday, at 2 p m;
- Arriroat Brownvil'.e by 5 pm.
1.023. Frcm Brownrille, by Beatrwi to Ft. Kear
ney, 220 raiies and bask, once a month.
Leave Crt wnrille 1st cf every month;
Arrive at Ft. Kearney in seren days thereafter;
Leare Ft. Kearney 10th of every month ,
Arrlmat Brownviile in raven days lhreafor.
14029. From Brownviile to Tarkio Mo- 23 miles
and back, tirse times a week.
Leave Ercwnv iile Motday, Wedneiitky, and Fri
day st 8 a ra;
Arrire at Tarkio, by 6 pm;
Leave Tarkio Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at
Arrire at Brownrille by 6 p m.
140COa From Florence to Magnolia, Iowa, 30 miles
and back, once a week.
Leare Florence Monday at 8 a m;
Arrire at Magnolia by 6 p m;
Leare Msjrnolia Tuoe Jay at 8 a m;
Arrire at Florence by 6 p ra.
14031. From Cumming City to Magnolia, la.,' 20
milos and back three times a week.
Leave Cumming Monday, Wednesdny, and Friday,
Arrive at Magnolia by 12 m:
Leare Magnolia Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at 2 p m;
Arnveat Lumminglity by 8pm; .
14032. From Mt. Vernon, by Sonoitv, Mo., to Lin
den 15 miles and back, twice a week.
Leave Mount V ernon Monday and Thursday at 6
Arrire at Linden by 12 m;
Leave Linden Monday and Thursday at 2 p m;
Arrive at ML Vernon by 8 p m;
14033. From Omadi, to Elk Horn. 25 miles and
back once a week. "
Leave Omadi Monday at 9 a m;
Arrive at Elk Horn by 6 p m;
Leave Elk Horn Tuesday at 9 a m:
Arrive at Omadi by 6 n m.
14034. From Omadi. by Dahkota City, and Ser
geant's Bluff, to Sioux City, 17 miles and back, three
:ines a week.
Leave Omadi Monday Wednesday and Friday at
Artiveat Sioux Oity ty 12 m: . - -
Leare Sioux City Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 2 p mi
Arnre at Omadi by 8 p m.
14035. From Dakota to Breckinridge, 70 miles
and back, once a week, 1 -'
Leave Dihkota .Monday at 5 am;
Arrire in Breckmridpe next day by 10 p m;
Leave Breckinridge Wednesday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Dahkota next day by 10 p m.
11025. From Dahkota to St. Helena, 50 miles
and back, once a week,
Leave Da-hkota Friday at 6 a m;
Arrive at SU Helena y 10 p m; '.
Leare St. Helena Saturday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Dahkota by 10 p m.
14037. From Dahkota to Wacapahna, 15 miles
and back, once a week. -i
Leave Dahkota Saturday at 7 a m ;
Arrire at Wacapanna by 12 m; .
Leare Wanpanua Saturday at2p t;
Arrive at Daukota by 7 p m.
14038. From Dahkota City to South Pass, 750
miles and back once a month.
Ltare Dahkota on 1st of every month ;
Arrive at South Pass on 25th day thereafter;
Leave South Pass 1st every month;
Arrire in Dahkota in 25 days thereafter.
14039. From Dahkota City, by St. Johns, Ayo
way Creek, and Running Water Uiror, to Ft. Lara
mio, 400 miles and back, once a month.
Leave Dahkota 1st of every month; .
Arrire at Ft. Laramie in 15 days thereafter;
Leare Ft. Laramie 17th of erery month;
Arrire in Dahkota in 15 days thereafter. '
Bids to end at Running Water Rirer, 200 miles
lest distance will be ccnsidared.
14940. Fr. m Dahkota City by Sioux City, Iowa,
Ft. Lookout and Ft. Randall, to Ft. Pierre, 300
miles ar.d buck, onee a month. . .
Leave Dahkota 1st of every month;
Arrive at Ft. Pierre on 10th day thereafter;
Leave Ft. Pierre 12th of every month;
Arrive at Dahkota on 10th day thereafter.
15041. From Logan to Sioux City, la., 6 miles
and back, three times a week.
Leave Logan Monday, n edncsday and Friday at
Arrire at Sionx City by 12 m: ' V . i
Leave Sioux City Monday, Wednesday,' and Fri
day at 2 p m; -
Arrive at Loron by 4 p m.
14042. From Niobrari to Logan 50 miles and back,
onee a wees.
Leave Niobrari Friday at 6 a m.
Arrive at Logan by 10 p m;
Leave Logan Saturday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Niobrari by 10 p m.
14043.' From Tecumsch to Helena. 20 miles and
back, onse a week. "
Leave Tecnrasoh Saturday at o am;
Arrive at Helena by 12 m;
Ieave Helena Saturday at 2 p m;
Arrire nt Tocnmseh by 8 p m.
1 4044. From Tbreo Grove to Wecpinz Water, 20
mtles and bsck, once a week.
Leave Three Grove Saturday at 8 a m;
Arrive at Weeping Water by 12 m; -Leave
Weeping Water Saturday at 2 p mj
Arrive at Thrse Grove by 8 p m.
14045. From Council Bluff, Iowa, to Belleview,
eb., 10 Taues and back, three times n week.
Leave Council Bluff Jlonday, ednesday and i n
day at 9 am; -
Arrire at uellnew same days fry II m;
Leave Belleview Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at 2 p m:
Arrive at t.;onnc;l lilus. samo davs by a cm,
Bids for 6 times a week service will be considered,
F021IS OP PROPOSAL. GUARANTY, AI.D CERTIF
, -whose pt efflce ad-
dress is county of
, State or , propos-
e to convey the mails ol the United Statcsy from July 1,
l&yjto June 30, 1&62. on route J'j. , between
ani it kgreeab'.y to the adverUsetneat of the
Postmaster General, date! December 31, 1807, for the
annual sum of dollars.
Tais proposal is made with full XnowZeljre cf the dis
tance of the route, the weight of tee mail to be carried.
and all oibor particulars in reference fc tbe route and
service, and a:so after carelul examination of the lawi
and instruments attached u the advertitement.
Tbe undersigned, residinit at , State of
undertake that, if the forezoing hid for carrying the mail
on route K). , be c:eiied by the PoBtmister General
the bidder shall, prior to the 1st cay of August, 1868, en
ter into the required oMigation, or contract to perform
the service proofed, with good and suffltlent sureties.-
Tail we do understanding uiatinctlr theobliiations ar.d
liaUiiiics assumed by guarantors under tbo 27th section
of the act of Conjresjof July 2, 183S. ! .
Dated (Signed by two giarantors.)
The underit:oed, postmssler at , ijt.ite of
ceni:les, undr hit o ilh of office, that be is aquaintexl
with the above guarantors, and knows thcui to be men of
property, and able to make good their cuur.intr.
Confaininr condition la be incorjtoraleil in the eon-
tractt to the extent the department taay deem proper.
I. Seven minutes are allowed to eicU intermediate
cnV.e, when not otherwise specified for assorting tbe
mails; but on railroad and steamboat route there is to
be no more delay than is sufficient for an czchauge of the
C. On railroad and steamboat lines, acd other routes
where the mode of conveyance admits of it, the special
agents cf the department, also post office blanks, mail
baes, locks and keys, are to be conveyed without extra
3. On rtilroad and steamboat lines tbe route agents of
the department are to be conveyed withoutcbarge end for
their exclusive use .while traveling with the mail
accmnvditinn car, or apirt merit in the center of
ptrperlv lighted, warmed and furnished, and adapted
the convenient separation and one security of the mails,
is to be provided by the contractor, under the direction
of the d partment.
Railroad and steamboat companies are required to take
ffeti mail from, and deliver it into, the post office at the
coramenceuieat; and end of their routes, and to and from
ail oT.rer. ot more than 80 rods frou a ' station or land
ia? I'Dpojal may be submitted for the performance
of ail tither 6ic-e service that is, tor offices over eighty
ret'.s frrm k lacding or sta'Jon.
Itewpts will be required for mail l sts conveyed in
chnrgo of persrns employed by raHrogd eompsnics. There
will also he vtay bills prt-psred by i e-scmasters, br other
agents ot thert Ofrice Department, to accompany the
Du.iis. specifying thenutnberand destinaticnof the sever
al biss. On the principal Btape routes likewise, receipts
vi ill be required and way bills forwarded; the latter to
be examined by the several postmasters, to insure rcgu-
lai ity la tbe uoiivery of mail bsgs.
4 Ko pay will be made for trips not performed; and
for each of such omissions not satisfactorily explained,
three times tee pay of tbe trip m;iy be deducted. For
arrivtls ao fur behind time as to break connection with
depending m;iils, and not sufficiently ertcufed, one-fourth
of the compensation for the trip is sutjeit to forfeiture.
Deductijon w- li also bo ordered for a grade of performance
inferior to tiat specified ia tbe contract. For repeated
delinquencies of the kind herein specified, enlarged pen
alties proportioned to the nature thereof and tbe impor
tance of the mail, may be made- .
. 6. For leaving behind or throwing of the mails, or any
portion ct ttem for the admission of pa&ecgcrs. or for
being oenccreed in setting up cr running an express con
veying intelligence In advance of the mail, a quarter's
pay may be deducted
6. Fines will he f mpnce-1, unless the flelinq-nency he
promptly atd satisfactorily explained by cert i Beat es -ot
potu alters, or the affidavits of other creditable persons,
for failing to arrive in contract time; for neglecting to
take the nuil from or deliver it into a pwt office; for
suTering it (owing either tj the unsuiiablecess cf toe
place or the manner or carrying it) to te wet, iniured,
destroyed. rtiled or los:; and for refssin-r, after demand,
to convey the mail frequently as the contractor runs,
0r is concerniM in ranniac a coach, car er steamboat on a
7. Tt:e Potuwir General may annul theeontract for
repeated faii'es m run agieeably toccntract ; for violat
iim the Post Office laws, or distheyiiw tho instructions of
th.j departmsnt ; f tr refusing ta discha-go a carrier when
required by Oe department ta do si; fcr assigning the
contract withaut the asieat ef the Postmaster General j
tor runaisg na expreci as afcreaaid J tr for trsanrtinf
persons or package conveying mailable matter out of the
mail- -.- , ...
8. The Postmaster General may ordsr un Increase of
tervi:e on a routebyaii&wicgUiei-erjraprorataiQcreaie
on the cout.act pay. He may change Schedule of de
pirtarcs atid arrivals ina'l cases, and particularly to
tunic them perform to connections wiUi railroads, with
out increase cf pay, proviJed the ruanins lime be not
abrii.eJ. lie may also crcr an iiic.ease of speed, al
lowing withip the restrictions of the law, a pro rata in
crease of pay for the additional stock or carriers, if any.
The contractor may, however, in the cae of increase of
speed, reliuquish the contract by giving prcmpt notice to
the department tnat ceprcrersooing so wcarrying the or
der into effect- The Postmaster General may also curtail
or discontinue the service iu whole or in part, at pro rata
decrease rp3y, allowiugcne month's extracompensatijn
on the amount dispensed witu, whenever m his opinion
the public interests require the change, or in case he de
sires to supercede it by a dinereul grade of transporta
9. Payments will be made by collections from, or
drafts on postmasters or otherwise, after the expiration
of each quarter say in February, ilay, August and lao
retnler. ,. . , - .
10. The distances are given according to the best infor
mation; but no Increased paywillbe allowed should they
be greater than advertised, if the points to be supplied be
correctly stated. Bidden mutt inform tktmttivct on
thit point : and also in reference to the weight of tbe
mail, the condition of the roads, tall a, streams, &e., and
all toll-bridges, ferries, or obstructions of any kind by
wnicii expeu.es may be incurred. No claim for addition
al pay baed on such-grounds, can be considered; dot for
alleged mistakes or misapprehension as to the degree of
service; nor for bridges destroyed, or other obstructions
increasing distance, occurring during the contract term.
Offices established after this advertisement is issued, and
also during the contract term, are to be visited without
extra pay if the distance be not fhereased.
11. A bid received after the last day and hour named.
or without the guarantee required by law. or that com
bines several routes in one sum of compensation, cannot
oe consicerea in competition witn a regular proposal rea
sonjLle in aniuuut
12. Bidder should first propese for service strictly ac-
corcmg 10 me advertisement, ana then if they desire.
scparatedly for ditfereat service ; audit the rciiarbid
oe tue icwe ouerea xor lae auvertisea service, Theoth
er proposmons may oe conHaereor
13. There should be but one route bid for in A propo
14. The route, the service, the yearly pay. the name
and residence of thebidder, (that is his usual post office
address.) and those of each member of a firm, where a
campanj oners, snouia oe ammctry stated; also the mode
of cJnveranCeU a hislier mode than horseback be intend-I
ed. . T!.e words "wiih due celerity, certainty and seen-I
rity," inserted to indicate the mode of conveyance, will
constitute a ttar bid. When a star bid is intended, no
specific conveyaaco must be named. But in case two
modes of conveyance, are named at the same compensa
tion, the ingnes.t or nest for tue service will be taken.
15. Bidders are requested to use as far as practicable.
tue printed rorm.ot proposal furnished by the depart
ment, to write out in full the sum of their bids, and to
retain ctpies ol inera.
Altered bids should not he submitted nor should bids
once submitted be withdrawn.
Each bid must be guaranteed by two responsible per
General guarantees cannot be admitted. The bid and
guarantee should be signed plainly with the full name of
The department reserves the right to reject any bid
which may be deemed extravagant; and also to disre
gard the bids of failing Contractors and bidders.
1G. The bid should be sealed, superscribed "Mail Pro
posals, State of ," addressed Second Assistant
Postmaster General . Contract efftee, and sent by mail,
not by or to an agent; and pusmasters will not enclose
proposals (or letters of any kind) in their quarterly re
17. Tbe contracts are to be executed and returned to
the department by or before the 1st day of August, 1808.
but the service must be commenced on the fj-st Julypre
ceding, or the mail day nex. alter that date, whether tbe
contracts be executed or not. No proposition to trans
fer will be considered until the contracts are executed
and received at tbe department; and then no transfer
will be allowed, unless good and sufficient reasons there
for are given, to be determined by the depirtnieut. In
all cases tbe retiring contractor will be required to be
come one or tne sureties on the new contract.
18. Postmasters at offices on c-r near railroads, twit more
than eighty reds from a station, will immediately after
the 31st of March next, report their exact distance
from tho nearest station, and how they are otherwise
supplied with tbe mail to enable thePostmaster General
to direct a inail-nietseuger supply from the first of July
19. Section 13 of an act of Congress approved March 3.
1845. provides that contracts for the transportation of the
mails shall be let in every case to the lowest bidder ten
dering sufficient guarantees for the faithful performance.
wnaoui oiacr reierence to me mrxie or sucn transporta
tion man may be cece3sary to provide for the due celerity,
certaluty and security of uch transpotation. Under this
taw a new description of bias nave been received. Tber
do not speciiy a mode of cenveysnoe. but ensaje to take
the entire mail eich trip with certainty, celerity and se
curity, using the terms of the law. These bills are styl
ed from the manner in which they are designated on the
books of the department, star bids, and they will be con
strued as providing for the eouveyance of the entire mail.
however large, and whatever may be the mode necessary
to insure :ts celerity, certainty ana security.
In all cases where tbe lowest grade of service is be
lieved to be sufficient, the lowest bid will be accepted in
preference to a star or spocitic eia. . ,.
when the lowest bid is cot a star bid, and specifies eith
er no mode or an inadquate nude of conveyance, it will
not be accepted, but set aside for a specific bid proposing
me necessary service.
When the bid docs not specify a mode of conveyance;
also when it proposes to carry according to the adver
tisement," but without such specification, it will be con
sidered as a proposal for horseback service
20. A modification of a bid in any of its essectial terms
is tantamount to a new bid, and cannot be received, so as
to interfere with a regular competition, after the last
hour get for receiving bid3.
21. Postmasters are to be careful not to certify the
sufficiency of guarantors, or sureties, without knowing
tbat they are persons of sufficient responsibility ; and all
bidders, gurantors, and sureties are distinctly notified
that on a failure to enter into or perform tbe contracts
for the service proposed for in the accepted bids, their le
gal liabilities will be enforced against thorn.
22. Present contractors, and persons known at the de
partment must equally with others, procuje guarantors
and certificates of their sufflc eucy substantially iu the
forms above prescribed. The certificates of sufficiency
mnr,t be signed by a postmaster or by a judge of a court of
record. A. V. BROWX,
- . Postmaster General.
Fresh Arrivals ! Heavy Additions I !
Prices Greatly Reduced!
CVRREXCY TAKE AT PAR 1 1 1
J, B. JEKNINGS" -
Cor. 2nii and Frances sts, St. Joseph Mo.
HAS just received at bis store room, corner of Second
and Francis Streets, St. Joseph, everything desirable in
his line, which he purchased for the Fall and Winter
trade, at greatly reduced price for Cash, and whieh he
will sell at corresponding prices for cash, or to pnnctual
customer. Amor g his recent receipts are 50 doz Fresh
Peaches, 35 doz Prime Apples. 20 dox Assorted Fruits,
20 doz Lobsters 1 it. 2 lb c ms, 300 doz Field's celebrated
Oysters put up this fall 20 half Barrels new white Fiih.
also Codfish, 100 bjxes W RCheese, 60 boxes E D do, 500
lbs currants, oo boxen rrcsh raisins, 100 boxes dried her
rinz, 600 lbs G iFlien Butter, 200 bbls crackers. 60 bbls
nuts assorted, 600 lbs Peanuts, 100 baxes assorted and
fancy candies, 100 do gum drops and motto Lozencers.
200 drums Fig,&c. Also a large lot sucaa and molasses.
which will be sold at prices considerably below the prices
sixty oays ago.
St. Joseph, Nov. 8, 1S57. - 21n
S. Lockwood. 1857. R. E. Fomeeoy
Lockwood & Pomeroy,
' Wholesale and Hetail Dealers in -
Also, Shippers of American Purs of every de
scription ; ior wnicn tney win pay
the highest Market Price,
COUNTRY Merchants are invited to examine our
stock of Hats k Caps for tho approaching Spring
and Summer trade, which will be large, fashionable,
and well selected. In point of variety onr stock shall
not bo excelled by any House in St. Louis.
Our prices will be low, terms accommodating.
Call and see us at our New Store.. Second St.
St. Joseph, Mo. 32-6m
GEO. P. LLCKIIARDT,
ATict u owouor, .
OREGON, HOLT COUNTY, MO.
rrAKES the liberty to inform the citizens of
-1- Brownviile and vicinity, that he baa opened a
Watch, Clock, r.nd Jewelry Store,
In Oregon, Holt county. Mo., where he will keep con
stantly on hand, and fvrsale, a good assortment of
Gold and Silver Sl'atchej, Clocks and Jewelry, which
ho win extremely low, for CASH. Also, a fine
lot of Violin", Accordeons, Silrer, nnd Plated Spec
tacles, Uold rens with bold and Silver extension
cases, Silver Thimbles, 4c, Ac.
Iln is nrpnaren to rrnair ntchpi. Clorksand Jew-
elry, el every description, in tbe best manner and
on tho most reasonable terms.
Every article bought in his establishment, Is war
ranted to be what it is represented to be. Watch re
pairing warranted for one year.
Juiyzo, 15jB. vi-netf
OMAHA CITY, JV". T.
KOEL, LAKE & EMERSON.
X. B. We would ritect!'ully inform tho citi
xens of Nemaha county ami adjoining Miouri, that
we Lave always on hand a large and well selected
supply of LU31D Elt, which we can furnish at low
er rates than any mill in tho Territory.
Market prices pnid fcr log, delivered at the yard
oron the bank of the river.
All orders accompanied nith the cash, will recciv
j mr uamediar? attsnhen. , . . .
FALL AND' ;
! DEALERS IN
esx trav criyi stfr .Trrrrs (C
fii imi frr--J w"3
Main St. between Front and Second sis.,
ErovTnville, 21. '
: : Flour,
-,-r-rv .-- - r Trn aj
" r-.; . .-..-..
T and raney line, which we aro now prepared to
For Casli or Country Produce.
I. T.' WHYTE & 'CO'S,
BROWNVILLE, IT T. .
WE have jn3t received anentircly new and larjre aortmentof Superior Good?, which we will sell at
as reasonable prices as any establishment in the West, our motto being '"Lire ani let Live."
Wo have now in store a great variety of the following articles, which we purchased for Cash and conse
quently can soli cheap on the same terms :
, ,HATS A1ID CAPS,
And a Cue assortment
And a good article of 1 :
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
It is a pleasure to us to show good, and we ask you
Uct. iy,l30. j vzni3-iyj
Slain St., one door above Lushbaugsi & Carson's Excliascsc Bank,
' f1" Brownviile, N. T.
THE praprietors would mot respectfully inform the
they have received and are now opening one of
. , . . . . . . Ever brought to this market.
. -. i t . - . - - - . . .
Their assortment of
Embraces every variety of Textures and Prices; as
invisible Urecn,:ind t ioth?, Ca3!iimer?.atinett.t,ashnierett!,and Jean?, all nude up
according to tho lat2t fashionable cut. Their variety of vests is superb,
embracing the very latest styles and patterns. In tho
alihiiorc Clotliine torc
May also be found at all timo a Gn3 "elect ion of CraTat?, Stocl:?, Tye, Collars white or colored. Ilandlscr-
chiefs, Suspenders, CarpetBags, etc., which wewillsell
We have the finest
Warranted to suit the most fasLiduous. A Guo assortment of
COATS, Dress, Frock and Sack.
PAXTS, Every Slj I and Description.
VESTS, To please Iargc and SnialS.
SHIRTS, Both Tliitc and Fancy. 7 ' ") '
Over Shirts, Overalls, Drawers, and Knit under shirts.
Buck Gloves, Mitts, and Hiding Gloves, etc.
WE would but ask the public to call, axamine and judge for themselves whether the Clothing at the
Baltimore Clothing Emporium is not of better nride mxtcrial. cut with better ta5to. better trimm.J
nd twenty-five percent, cheaper than they have ever
October 2Sth, lba7. , Iv2al-ly
'w E la B
offer to the public, we are confident, the
largest and best selected stock of Groceries
ever offered in this market :
8 Hhds Sugar, 50 Sacks CofTee,
125 Sacks Flour, 5 Tierces Uiee,
30 Bbls Molasses, IS Boxes ttar Candles,
20 Boxes Soap. 150 Sacks Salt,
15 Bbls Cider Viniger, 150 bbls Selt.
1. T. WHITE k 00.
Kew Wiiolesale Grocery House.
V7. C. RITCHIE,
WHOLESALE. AXQ RETAIL
nma.JA-'. Air' T-
UrUCei ieS, 1I1CS, LiinUOrS
I ' ' ' . l
CIGARS, WOODEN WARE,
Corner of Asits and Frand Street. Riddle' t Old
tstana, vppotite Stoutt Hotel,
ST. JOSEPH, 32 O.
HATE jnst received, the iargest and most complete
Etcckof tee above goods ever opened in upper Missouri,
' which the attention of merchants and dealers is res-
pectfalling in-viled having purchased them principally
for cash at ics vurj lowest possible prices, in Boston,
XewTork andSt. Louis, feci confident that I can cfier
inttucementa Uat are rarely found, and hoping, by fair
nnd liberal detllng, low prices and good Goods, to merit
a liberal shareof patronace. Call and examine my stock
and prices before pcrrcbasing, ale are bound to follow.
In my stock w.l I be found every article usually kept in
a No 1 Grocerr House. . -A
Across the Shute
At the Head of the Island above
To W. S. Hall & Co's Sarr 3III2.
'FIIE nndeuigned antiiun?cs to the Public that he
Jl tas purclaed tne r crry Tr.riicg9 granted JacK
:n Peters, the last Session of tha Logi'lature,
and is now prepared with anew and sur)rnr.t?iil boat,
at all times to accommodate the public. Charges
usual rates. I ,
1 . Ur.UD SillTH.
Junellti; IS5T. tn
ifv J n n
Tr;nt. r..,-. -TKinlr anntl.ir' in tha Rtanla
-' ' . r, r-
ouor to the trade at extremely tow prices,
CRANE & HILL.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
and : :ntl
or IJghi Groceries,
to call round and see for yourse'ves
citizens of Erownville and the pnblio generally that
tae largest and most complete blocks of flothin
to Color they have Brown, Elue, Black, visible and
as cheap an any establishment in the West. . ,
and best assortment of '
to this Territory.
SIEGEL 1 GSF.ENBACM.
DISTILLED FROU COAL.'
(Secnred ly Letters Patent.)
KEROsr.su Ji.LCKiNATiNa Ori.. Tho light obtain
ed frcm this Oil exceeds in bril'.ianry tliatof any
other oil or fluid heretofore discovered; is inexplo-
sive, and will remain limped in tho very coldest
Tho Company recommend as the lamps best adorrt-
ed to this Ooi!,the Keroscns Lamjif, manufactured
Dy the following parties: ilessrs. Cornel us k Baker.
also, Dyott, of "Philadelphia, K. V. llauhwout A
Co.. 45.S Uniadway, thi Bnioklyn Flint Gla Co..
Xo. 73 Broad Street Messrs. IUti 4 Cu 1:53 Wil
liam Street, L. Mercier 137 Elm Street, Y.
Samples of different styles of Lamps can be seen at
the U3ice of the Company.
Kkkosene LrBRiCaTlNd Oil, Xo. I. Prepared to
suit tha finest, and all. other kinds of Machinery
burns briilianty in Locomoiive Head Lights, Car
Lamps, and all tha ordi nary Solarand Hand Lamps,
andntanils as great' a degree of cold as best Sperm
Oil, nnd is admirably adapted to Railroad and Steam
KintOSEXK LrBniCATiN'G Oils, No. 2, 3. Superior
Lubricators, and will be found to possejs advantages
over any Oils in the market at same prices will r.ot
burn and hn? been thus prepared to meet the re
quirements of Railroads ar.d others.
Kkrosene Bixkaclb Oil. Prepared expressly
for Ships' use, and will be found admirably adapted
for use of Steamships, Men of War, Merchant Ves
sels, Lake and Itivcr craft, and burns in all cabin
stateroom, binnacle, forecastle lamps, signal lan
Binnacle Oil will remain fluid ts long as best
Sperm, and will burn ail night without requiring to
be trimmed, an advantage that will be obvious to
The Kcroeno Oil? can be obtained fr'im the
WholcaK Oil Oralrs. Ship Chandloiv, !rngg;st.,
and flri-ccr? in Y:k. ai;d tbe rngtilarly ar j. lut
ed Ajjcntt if thu Citir any n maay .if tho ariin:i pal
Towns and Vill ig-j of tho United States, the Cina
days. and the lata ml rf Cub..
Loi-al Ag'-nts apjmintod ( in eon form "fy with the
m!eKertaMi.hed by the Board i.f Trustees, on ap
General A" -fruit. Km Oil. Co..
H o. 51 leaver Striet, '. Y.
ularsvitli full particulars. testimonials,
;., wili b forwarded to a?pl icaticn as aoove.
June25th.lSr. T; 2 ly
Now Hard-ware Store.
Sin cf the Saw.
t U'halt and Retail Dewier ia
American Gerrnan, English & French
HARDWARE AXD Cu iLLR x.
. . ...ST. JOSETH, MO.
- . . . . 1 1 1 A
IS NO W receiving and opening me urS.-sk ana uoji
Varied arsortmcn cf goods in the above line ever
otfored in any market west of St. Louis;
Jly stock embraces a lull anu ciujioi. huucji
of Cabinet and House Builder'! Uardwarc, Mechaa
io'e tools of eTery description, direct from tho mt
approved manufacturer; agricultural and horticul
tural tools and implement?, in great variety, combin
ing all the rocent and useful improvements for the
. - . . c i i . - . i r.. M : n A AM
saTing ot a vast account oi iaor io mo jiiumjj mm
munity, from whom I tcspeetXully reqnes-t-s careful
examination of this department of my stoclt. I am
- . l r .1 t.kMt.J
also exclusive agcnti lor iu ui iiuKnui.nm
c T P;rn'.,r Mill anii Omjj Cut Saws, which I
will warrant, and fill all orden at ihe factory prices.
. . . TV-- i
Al?o a lare assorimcui oi uuii3, macs aim i umu,
Iron. Steel. Nails. Ac. of the best brands: in a word,
my stock is very complete, wbioh, for its quality and
price, 1 am determined w oner sucn mauccmeaiaaji
will command a liberal share of trade from this and
Muntiix. Xf v a.rra.nrements for imnortin?
tl 1 I , . V - - - J f O
and agencies lor American uariwarc anaiacmrcrs,
a .ii... a-lfV Iahi TMr!nnpi In tSr tTrnor.l ITftrfi-
waro trade.enableg mcy-not onl j to defy all competi-
, . 1 a 1 :..AAY ma Tnt V) a trrtn r.r! r I i-v? a rf
tXODe DUb JiS CyilV laitUlA U1C a-aaw aa a k.vii 9 vi
January 1, 1357. vLc29tf
JOHN COLUMN & BROTHER,
(Sign of the Padlock, opposite the Post OfUce.)
. WHOLESALE AXD LETAIL . .
DEALER IM . '
Euilding and Saddlery Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, Leather and Shoe Findings.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
HAVE now in store, and to arrive shortly, Amer
ican and Foreign Hardware, such as :
Greaves & Son'a Files Scissors
and Edge Tools
Butcher's do do
Spear & Jackson's saws
Gimlet pointed screws
Griffin's and American
- horse nails
Post hole augers
Ames' shovels and spades
Lull & Porter's shutter
Circular, mill and muly
Planes and plane irons
Coopers drawing knives
- do adzes and wood
Butts, cast and wrought
Copper rivets for belts
Plated and com. stirrups
do do Bitta
do do Buckles
do do Kings
Breast and rein snaps
Pccket knives ,
Knives and forks
Brass curtain bands and
Augers and aner bitts
Grass and grain do
Shovels and tong3
Framed wod saws
Blacksmiths' Bellows and
Mousehole Armit.tgo an
vils American anvils
Stix-ks and dies
Pad books, breech'g loops
Pad screws, cockeyes
Girth rein nnd roller web
Silk, 3 cord thread
With many goods embracing a complete assort
ment of tho most desirable which they will sell at
the lowest prices. J. COLHOU'X A BRO.
April 16tb,lS07. 31-ly
Go or jo Ferguson,
MILLWRIGHT & ENGINEER,
BUOWNVIlLlLia, N. T.
A NXOU'CE to the public, that he is""prepared
x to erect Steam and' Water Saw and Merchant
Mills at short notice and reasonable terms. Repair
ing of machinery of all kind-".
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
He i3 also Agent for
A. B. IIOLLIBIRD & CO'S
, LEE & LEAYITT'S
And are prepared to receive and CU ordcrsforany ma
chinery manufactured or kejit on hand, by these es
tablishment?. Letters of enquiry, promptly answered.
Noel, Lake A Co., Brownv'lle, K. T. Steam Mill.
It. W. Furnas Brownviile, "
Mnir, Hann k Co., u " " " "
Br. ll.yiver, Nemaha eity, " " "
P.M.Rogers Pawnee citv, "
Nucliolls A White, Rockport, Mo. " "
James Lowe, Linden, " M "
A.B. ti.illiberd, Cioeinnafi,0.
Brownviile, Jane 13, I6i7. xZ 1-ly
Dillon, Thompson & Co
Largo frame building ccr. Mina and K(Xk,
ROCK PORT, 5IO.
.. Wholesale and Retail Dealers 'n
Hardware, Quecnsware, Drugs, Hats,
Caps, lioots, Shoos, Tinware,
Stoves, Furniture, Iron,
V7ILIi have, on tbe opening of nsviv.inn. a
lare ana vanea aoeet.ton to their rrerent
Stock, which wiil b!old Low for Cash.
r t-bruary i::h,lj7
OLIVER BENNETT & CO.,
MAXl'F ACTTKKBS AND WHOl.rMLE DK ILEB5 I
Boots Shoes c Brogans,
XO. 87 JfALV STREET. SAIXT LOflS, JO.
HE Nt)V ISKKCEIPTnf ae..inr!etea'ortment
ii of poods from their own ard other inavjl'ao
tories.ad.ipted especially to Ihe 'e.itern rsd.
rurchascrs are invited to examine their stock,
manufiictorcd and selected with frcat rare nnd
warranted of superior quality. Orders will r:coive
rompt and careful attention.
Nl BRA SKA CITY
Capital Stock 30,0U0.
KEBRASSA CITT, !C. T.
TIIIS Company, under a liberal charter, is new
fully organized, and the rcctirecapiul stock of
Ftjty Titoutnnd LoUtr; paid in aiidsccured. They
are prepared, from this date, to grant ern policies,
and tiiko ritks, upon equal tcrm, with th? mot
fjvorcd Insurance Company any where. Having
adopted the rmtnsl principle, its patrons, without
incurring any liability, will shisro ia the prtfita of
The operations of the Ccnr pany, will be enfined,
forthe present, to MArtNz, or imroo r:!, with a
maximum liability of $12,50) n any one hot torn.-
B.-ir; th-cn!y l iurnr,co tliuoc, o'u the above j.op
nl.tr jl m, West . f the Mi.-ouri. it eunCL-nrly cx
pt a jfirnemn uppr.rt, from Western M-Miani. "
U'e rc.)jtful!y init iho Miiioilri Kiyer pa
S. F. N-nckolI.., Chas. F. H l'v,
II. V. IVnncJ, J. L. Armstron-
W. ". liiuchnmn. M,e, y. B.-own
A. A. Bradford.
CIIAS.F. HOLLY", I'residcnr.
April 21, Ui?.
IW -HiJWffl WiE
I have iat received an
asioitmcntof . ' " aa4 ,
surmioR coom, "I
Which I will eilatMPaaJ0-aJ2 .
!!tablihmcnt In the W. ot Pfwii, I
'I hare now in store aereatr. i
lowing article,, which wcA puS04'
and consequently, saa sell tbeaa fi
- . r "'im,. (
SAD ELERv I
boots ajs'd snoh I
HARDWARE AXl CtTl ri
QUE ENS WARP-
BOOTS ANI) SII0L
And a fine J.-siortmentn?''
Such aj " -
19-NovemLer 5th. J?'
THE undersigned restful:, iofura th
i .'cuinna and lnrmi.r
ecnatica that we now hT, W
Lumber Yard in Brown, -.it' lL2!,i""
! FOB CASH Q-XLT.
T.ni!I; U'Al n-frrT"
House,. Slap, "and Ornamental Pai
P A I C... II A A CER,
NEMAHA CITY, XT.
Takes this mcthwl of InforniiEi the patiu tiuii.k
.Amnrait hi, Mill, (hnnfm Q it'
K tbinks himself nualitled tc uuderuia taji"
taiain U his line of busings, and repiriilhJr
the public to Kive bim a call. '""Tfiif
P!ea.e leave orJersat Ue 'lAtTeruser" 0ffl. S
Scott city Steam Saw-lim
JOHN C. HUFFMAN,
Scott City. Mo.,
i.unn.i.tuiiiy opporut BTOUmtiUl, J. 7)
Arcuuin-e to tde public tlmt he hit Imwi h,
steam saw-nan recently erecred br Mr. awt ulr,
a above, ami i? now prepared to funusb ih aum,
Jli.-sourianJNebrafka with an ettriquiir;tf;,cits
ef every ue.-crip! ion anJ ,
S1 WED LATHS I
of an excellent tiualiry. A share oi patrauji u)lktti '
Xuvember 11, 1S57. joj.
Tailoriiifr!! . Tailtnng!
Atlantic street. West of IlobUtieil'n Store, j
BRO WXYILLE, SEBltASKA TLkR.
HAV'IXU bought property a jd lucit.'d pnmiiL"!-
ly in Brownsiilo, I oJ.;r mj errics to tt
public generally, if they wantanv thinadone in a-'
line of business. I can alaayi be fucn4 itaypu
or. more properly speakinjr at mv bem h.
"Vork lVarrantod o Fit Paj
- 1 articular attuntion paid to euttingznnnoiiui.
layiug off work for the ileau'tre..s. Ta jmtt
portion of my life has been devoted to mj trvl', i
which I consider myself inferior to dods er-.i.
in the cutting department, and Ibnpe by clei4te
tion to my business to merit a share if rot,.
patronag-e. E. E. I'IKIZR.
Urowuville April ICth, ISjT. - 4t-'.
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AJv'D RETAIL
GROCERIES, : : .
HATS AND CAPS, .
SOXORA, MQ. .
GEORGE F. KENNEDY,
Florence City, .V.
Brownviile Eatery j
- ami ;
EVAN WORTIILNU I
iEG3 leare to announce to tb puhStlatVi '
erected a Bakery end l-Mt.f"-.tV.naryeita.i'f
nt in the Citvof lirowrvill 5. aid wH
constantly on hand, and is prepared tobsser'"'1
Dread, Crackers and Cakes of every msr.n'r, H:
disoriptionand quality. Hehasbadmu(eP'r''
in bakinjr and consequently ferla tHtecnWer.t
will bo able to give satisfaction. A htxsral r"'-' .
ae is respectfully solicited. i
. EVAN W0KT3-(- j
DO WDALL, 3IA RKHA3!. & CO j
I.iiilno and Machine hP;
coa.ii or iicosD ao tnw 11111 ' !
ST. LOLIS, .'Jo. &w,rt
llinnficturers of Steim Eiic-aes and Bniler
Grut M.ll M.irhinery.Sing.'s. n''8lf , L,
MT. VEILOV NELTIASIU
tiro Stock 0 Goc-i ftro-isht o thi place by Mr P"
Irj Goods, Groceries Hard Uarf
at prices aa fair aaeau be foutd in tbe Western ns'-
JZ "1 lb ti.uaii,'J.ut w.m.. r 1
fot. 1, '67-nlt .
JtrFERSflM P. CA3ADT
r, ) MHTI W.
s. J Sel.ra..kati:j1? f
JkS. D. TIST,
CASSADY. TEST, R DEN
f Successors to Ritlea i White.!
rrpiGK riTT. 3-. T.
HAVIXO made arrangeracnU by which
reccivo accurate copies' of all the JJ ,f
finiiraiiil in tha Eastern rx,r;iiu of Neora1' ,
are now prepared to offer our scrvic t tbs j
" Squatters of Xtbntska TtrnM- J
Ia FilliD? Deolamtory fit.aemsrtf i
tion to Pr-ecipt. Socwnr.i, ' i
tions. Loo tuic Lxrvl Wiirrsnts- i
AXD ENTERING LAND-
I.axul lrarrsmtM Iaslitanili0' .
LAND ENTERED ON fH
r...v...' , . : :.i rutLm- anl
r . ; ' ... ... i ! 1 i
i ropenv on coinmiw"; , t ni'i'
and forward in c remittances to any pirt ut
liiankx si an sirasiwni"i .
ITun A. A. I!r:i.Iford. - tr8fa I;' J-
S. F. Nus-ii;.
Jles-rs. D lmr.n A West,
Peter A. Killer.
Jane 28,1S3. Tl ai
Fs. Joseph. 5J17:
Mills. Ti.riicco Scrtw. anil rre"e' . ..
Srrpwa:Hl Crllnrt-rs, Wool C-.lu '"f J,' i
Cabins Youne's t:Bpro-l Pnt ut " .,5
5T" Ar'KNTS lor the saieof JamevSmita fc l"
pern,.- ilclnne CiM. . :
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