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Uifed States Halls.',. r 1
Post Office Depabtmekt, )
. December 31, 1857.)
P reposals will be received at the Contract Office
f this Department nutil 3, p." m., of Wednesday,
March 31, 1S58, for conveying the mails of tLe Unit
el StaUs for four yean commencing July I, 1853,
and ending June 30,1S52, in the Territory, of V
hratka, on the) routes and by the schedules herein
Decisions to be made by April 21, 1S5S.
. (pmum earefdlj forme and inttntctioni e
- 14001. From Omaha City to Council Bluff.Iowa,
I miles and back, daily.
Lear Omaha City daily at 1, p. M;
Arrive at Council Bluff same day by 3 p m ;
Lear Council Muff daily at 4, p m;
Arr at Omaha City same day by 6, pro.
1002; From Omaha City by Nebraska City, Kear
ney Citr, Uonnt Vernon, Brownville, Neuiaha City,
and Raio, to Whitehead, 150 miles, and back, three
lines a week. .
Leave Omaha city Monday, Wednesday, and Fn
iay, at 5, a m;
' Arrive at Whitehead 3d day by 10 p m;
Leave Whitehead Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 5, a m;
Arrive at Omaha city 3d day by 10 pm.
"14003- From Omaha City, by Elkhorn Ci'y, to
Toatanelle, 57 miles and back, three times a woek.
Leare Omaha City Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
itr at 8 a m:
' Arrive at Fontanel! next days by 12 ;
Leave Fontauelle Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur
day at I p m; I'-..
Arrive at Omaha city cext day bv 7 pm.
1400. From Omaha City, by Belleview, Cedar
Island, Platsmouth, Koek Bluffs, Lewistown, Three
Grove, and Wyoming, to Nebraska city, 120 miles
aid back, three times a week.
Leave O.iaha City Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
Arrive at Nebraska City 3J day by 6 p m;
Leave Nebraska city Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday at 6 a m ; t
' Arrive at Omaha City 3d days by 6 p m;
11005. From Omaha City by Elkhorn city, Bu
hanan, Columbus, Fort Kearney, and Fort Lara
aaie, to Salt Lake, 1,045 miles and back, once a
L?ave Omaha City cn the 15th of each month;
Arrive at Salt Lake in thirty days thereafter; -
Lcart Salt Lake on the 15th of each month ; ' . "
Arrive at Omaha City in thirty days thereafter.
. " Bids to end at Fort Laramie, omitting Fort Kcar
aey Salt Lake will be considered.
1400S. From Omaha City, by Florence, Ft. Cal
houn. De Soto, Cumming city, Tckamah, Black Bird,
and Omadi, to Dahkota city, 110 miles and back,
three times a week. "
Leave Omaha city Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 5 a m;
- Arrive at Dahkota city next days by 10 p m;
Leave Dahkota city Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day at 5 a in; ..
Arrive at Omaha city next days by 10 pm.
14007. From Omaha city, by Elkhorn city, Fon
tanels, Running Water, and Fort Randall, to Fort
Pierre, 400 miles and back, twice a month.
. Leave Omaha city lit and 15th of each month at
Arrive at Ft. rierre on the 10th day by 10 p m;
-Leave Fort Pierre on 12th and Nth of each month
at 0 a m;
Arrive at Omaha city on the 10th day by 10 p m;
Bids to run once a week will be considered.
14903. From Buchanan, by Fontanelle, to De Soto,
19 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Buchanan Monday, at 8, a m;
Arrive at De Soto next day by 6 p m;
Leave De Soto Wednesday at 8 a m;
Arrive at Buchanan next dav by 6 p m. '
14009. From Fontanello to Fremont, 15 miles and
back, once a week.
Leave Fontanelle Saturday at 7a m;
Arrive at Fremont by 12 m;
Leave Fremont Saturday at 2 p m;
Arrive at Fontanello by 7 p m.
14010. From Oregon, Missouri, by Olive Branch,
to Rulo, 25 miles and back, three times a week.
Leave Oregon Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at
Arrive at Rulo by 12 m:
Lear Rulo Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at
Arrive at Oregon by 8 p m.
14011. From Rulo by Archer and Salem, to Jlnrys
rille, in Kansas. 100 milles and back, once a week.
Leave Rulo Monday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Marysville next day by 10 p m:
Leave Marysville Wednesday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Rulo next day by 10 P m.
Bids to commence at Saint Stephens, to run three
times a week are invited.
11019 Frnm TCpllriew Yt Fa.?rriew and Platford
te Ashland, 40 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Belleview Friday at 6 a ra;
Arrive at Ashland by 8 p m:
Leave Ashland Saturday at 6 a m ;
Arrive at Belleview by 8 p m. .
Bids to end at Platford will be considered.
14013. From Glen wood. Iowa, by Cerro Gordo,
Belleview, and Haileton, in Nebraska Territory, to
Fremont, 40 miles and back, three times a week. r
Leave Glenwood Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at 6 am;-
Arrive at Fremont by 8 p m; '
Leave Fremont Tuesday, Th ursday and Saturday at
Arrive at Glenwood by 8 pm.
14014. From Oregon, Mo. by Forest City and Rush
Bottom, to St. Stephens, 30 miles and back, twice a
w.ek. . i . .'
- Leave Oregon Monday and Friday at 8 a m;
- Arrive at St. Stephens same days by 6 p m;
- Leave St. Stephens Tuesday and Saturday at 8
- Arrive at Oregon same days by 6 pm.
14015. From Hat-mouth to Lewisville, 29mil
and back, once a week.
Leave Flattsmouth Saturday at 0 a m;
- Arrive at Lewisville by 12 m ;
Leave Lewisville Saturday at 2 p, m;
Arrive at Platsmouth by 8 p m.
14010. From Platsmouth to Glenwood, Iowa, 9
ties and back, three. times a week.
Leave PlaUuaouth Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 9 a tn:
Arrire at Glenwood by 12 m;
Leave (ilea wood Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at 2 p m;
Arrive at Platsmouth by 5 p m."
14817. From Platsmouth to Glendale, 15 miles
aad back once a week.
Leave Platsmouth Saturday at 7 a m;
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-
satng, 20 miles, and back, onee a week.
Leare Platsmouth Saturday t 6 am;
Arrive at Wyoming by 12 m;
Leare Wyoming Saturday at 2 p m; .
Arrive at Platsmouth by 8 pre. ....
140V9. From Marysville, by Forney and Pleasant
- TaHey, to Fort Kearney, 160 miles aid back, once a
Leave Marysville Monday at 4 a m;
Arrire at Ft. Kearney Thursday by 6 p m;
Leare Ft. Kearney Monday at 4am;
Arrire at Marysville Thursday by 6 ptn.
Bids to run by a proposed schedule win be eonsid
Bids to run three times a week will be considered.
14020. From Wyoming to Salt Creek, 50 miles
and back, once a week.
Leave Wyoming Friday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Salt Creek by 8 p m;
Leave Salt Creek Saturday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Wyosiing by 8 p m. .
14024. From Konosbato Sidney, Iowa, 20 miles
trad back, three times a week.
Leave Kenosha Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
at a ra;
Arrive in Sydney by 12 m;
Leave Sydney Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
Arrive at Kenosha by 8 p ra;
14022. From Nebraska City, by Fort Kearney to
- Ash Hollow 400 miles and tack, once a montn.
Leave Nebraska 1st ol every month,
Arrive at Ash Hollow on 10th day thereafter;
. Leave Ash Hollow on 10th cf every month:
. Arrive at Nebraska City cn the 10th day there
after. . t . . t ,
Eids to run twice a month, and to end at Ft.Kear
Bey, omitting Ash Hollow, will be considered.
14323. From Nebraska City by Kearney City, to
Sidney, Iowa,-. 15 mies and back, three times
Leave Nebraska City Monday, Wednesday, and
Fr ay at 6 a tn; '
arrive at Sidney same days by 12 m;
Leave Sidney Jioaday, Wednesday, and Friday at
Vchratb fTitv Mme dan bv 7 nil
' ; 1 13il. From Nebraska Citr by Hamilton.Tecum
. 'h, Turkey Crek, and Otto Mission, tc Marysville,
- llz miles ana dack, once a wees.
Lcav Nebraska City Monday at 6 am; ,
Arrive at Marysville Wednesday by 6 p m; -Leave
Marymlle Thursday at 6 a m:
irrin at Nebraska Citr Saturday by 6 p ra.
Tidt to run three times a week will be considered.
14025. From Nebraska City, by Ottoe City. Mt.
Vtbob, Brownville, Nemaha City, Archer, White
Cloud and Rulo. to Nemaha Agency, Kansas T., SO
Biles atd back, three timas week. - -,
Lts.ro Nebraska City Monday, Wednesday, and
Jri'-iay at 6 a m;
' - Arrire at Nemaha Agency uextdays by 6 pm;
Leave Nemaha A gencyMonday, Wednesday and
F-Jdsy al 6 a tn: '
Arrive at Nebraska City et day by 6 p m.
44225. -Fr..u.Nebraika City, by Ottoe City, and
U Fsso, o Linden, Mo 40 miles and back, once a
r?tx, .'. .
Jyara NebmVa City Monday atoa m;
' Arrive at Linden by 10 pm;
Leave Linden Tuesday at 6 a m;
.: , y&Tt ;V City b 1 p m. - ' "
140271 ' From "BrownvUle W Rockport Mo., 8 miles
and back, six Elmesa week,' - a '
Leave Bawnnlle daily, excejl cunaayja w.
Arrive at Rockport by 12 m; ' ,
Leave Rockport daily, except Sunday, at 2 p m;
Arrive at Brown ville by 5 pm.
14028. From BrownvUle, by Beatrice to FLKear-
ncy, 220 miles and back, once a cwnth.
Leave lirownvuie 1st oi every monw;
Arrive at Ft. Kearney in seven days thereafter;
Leave Ft. Kearney 10 th of evory month ,
. Arrive at BrownvUle in seven days thereafter. ' .
14029. From BrowaTillo to Tarkio Mo., 28 miles
kuV I Won timM A WfV .-'
Icave Brownville Monday, Wedaesday, and Fri
day at 8 a m:
Arrive at Tarkio, by 6 pa;
Leave Tarkio Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at
Sam; . '
Arrive at Brownville by 6 p m.
14030. From Florence to Magnolia, Iowa, 30 miles
and back, once a week.
Leare Florenco Mondny at 8 a m;
Arrive at Magnolia by 6 p in; .
Loave Ma.nolia Tuesday at 8 m;
Arrive at Florence by 6 p m.
14031'. From Cumming City to Magnolia, la., 20
miles and back throo times a week. 5
Leave Cumming Monday, Wednesday, and Fnday,
t 6 a m; .
Arrive at Magnolia by 12 ra; ' - ,'..'
Leave Magnolia Monday, Wedaesday, and Friday
at 2 pm;
Arrive at Cumming City by 3 p m;
14032. From Mt. Vernon,by honors, Mo., to Lin
den 15 miles and back, twice a woek. '
Leave Mount Ycrnon Monday and Thursday at 6
' a T .1 V 19
m rri w ht ini iru av a s
Leave Linden Monday and Thursday at 2 p m;
ArrivA nt Mt. A emon bv o p m:
14033. From Omadi, to Elk Horn, 55 miles and
back once a week. . '
Leave Omadi Monday at 9 in;
Arrive at Elk Horn by 6 p m;
Leave Elk Horn Tuesday at 9 a m: .
Arrive at Omadi by 6 p m.
14034. From Omadi. by Dahkota City, and Ser
geant's Bluff, to Sioux City, 17 miles and back, three
times a week. "
-Leave Omadi Monday Wednesday and Friday at
6 a m; , ' ' ,. " ' ? - -: -: ;
Arrive at Sioux City by 12 m:
- Leave Sioux City Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 2 pm: - M : !';'"
Arrive at Omadi by 8 r m. '
14035. From Dakota to Breckinridge, 0 miles
and back, once a sieek;.
, Leave Dahkota 'Monday at 6 am;
Arrive in Breckinridge next day by 10 p m;
Leave Breckinridge Wednesday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Dahkota ncxtday by 10 p m.
14035. From Dahkota to St. Helena, 50 miles
and back - .nee a week,
Leave Dahkota Friday at 6 a mj
Arrive at St. Helena ; y 10 pm;
. Leave St. Helena Saturday at 6am;.
Arrive at Dahkota by 10 p m.
14037. From .Dahkota' to . Wacapanna, 15 miles
and back, once a week.
Leave Dahkota Saturday at 7 a m; . ,
Arrive at Wacapanna by 12, m; ,
Leave. Waeapanna Saturday at2p D; .
Arrire at Dahkota by 7-p m.
14038. From Dahkota City to South Pass, 750
miles and back once it month.
Leave Dahkota on 1st of every month ;
Arrive at South Pass on 25th day thereafter;
Leave South Pass 1st every movh;
Arrive in Dahkota in 25 days thereafter.
14039. From Dahkota City, by St. Johns, Ayo
way Creek, and Running Water River, to Ft. Lara
mie, 400 miles and back, once a month.
Leave Dahkota 1st of every month;
Arrive at Ft Laramie in 15 days thereafter;
Leare Ft. Laramie 17th of every month;
ArrlnMR Dahkota in 15 days thereafter.
Bids to end at Running Water River, 300 miles
les3 distance will be ronsidered.
14!H9.-Ff m Dahkota City by Sioux City, Iowa,
Ft. Lookout and Ft. Randall, t) Ft. Pierre, 300
mil s axid back. oaca a month. -
Lear Dahfcta Ift'of every month;-
Arrive at Ft. Pierre on 10 th day thereafter; .
Leave. Ft. Pierre 12th of every month; .-
Arnre at Dahkota on 10th day thereafter.
15041 Foim-Loffan to Sioux City. Ja.. 6 miles
and back, three times a week.
Leave Logan Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
Arrive at. Sioux City by 12 m:
Leave Sioux City Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day at 2 p m;
Arrive at Logan by 4 p m.
140-12. From Niobrari to Logan 50 miles and back,
once a wee.
Leave Niobrari Friday at 6 am.
Arrive at Logan by 10 p m;
Leave Logan Saturday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Niobrari by 10 p m.
11043. FromTecumsch to Helena, 20 miles and
back, once a week.
Leave Tecumseh Saturday at 6 a m;
Arrive at Helena by 12 m;
Leave Helena Saturday at 2 p m;
Arrive at Tecumseh by 8 p m.
14044. From Three Grove to Weeping Water, 20
miles and back, onco a woek. .
Leave Three Grove Saturday at 8 a m;
Arrive at Weeping Water by 12 m;
Leave Weeping Water Saturday at 2 p m;
Arrive at Three Grove by 8 p m.
14045. From Council Bluff, Iowa, to Belleview,
Neb- 10 miles and back, three times a week.
Leave Council Bluff Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day t.9 a m: ' -
Arrive at liellview same days by 12 m;
Leavo Belleview Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at 2 p m; .
Arrive at Council Bluff sama days by 5 p m.
Bids for 6 times a week service will be considered.
FOIUCS OF PROPOSAL. GUARAXTT, AI.D CEKTIF-
t - -. ICaTE. ,
The undersigned, , whose post office ad
dress is county of , State of , propos
es to convey the mails of the United States, from July 1.
1858 to June 30, 1S62, on route X. .between -
. ana -greeably to the advertisement of the
Postmaster General, dated December 31, 1857, for the
annual sum of dollars.
This proposal is made with full knowledge of the dis
tance of the route, the weight of the mail to be carried,
and all other particulars in reference to tho route and
service, tnd also after careful examination of the laws
and instruments attached to the advertisement.
The undersigned, residing at
, State of
undertake that, if the foregoing bid for carrying the mail
on route Xo. , be accepted by the Postmaster General
the Bidder sljall, prior o the 1st day of August, 1858, en
ter into the required obligation, or contract to perform
the sorvice prep iied,"with good and sufficient sureties.
Tnis we do. understanding distinctly tha obligations and
liabilities assumed by guarantors under the 27th section
of the act of Congress of July 2, 1836.
Dated (Signed by two guarantors.)
The undersigned, postmaster at State of .
certifies, under ai oath of office, that he is acauainted
witn tne aoove guarantors, aua Knows mem to be men of
property, and able to maze good their guaranty:
Dated . (Signed.)
Containing eontttiom to be incorporated in the con
tracts t o the extent t , acpartment may deem proper.
1. Seven minutes are ellowed .to each intermediate
office, tvhen not iTtherwiso specifled for assorting the
mailt, button railroad and steamboat routes there is to
be no more delay than is sufficient for an exchange of the
S. On railroad and steamboat lines, and other routes
where the mode of conveyance admits of it, the special
agents of the department, also post cfare blanks, mail
bags, locks and keys, are to be conveyed without extra
3. On railroad and steamboat lines the route agents of
the department are to be conveyed without charge and for
their exclusive use while traveling with the mails, an
acommodation car. or apartment in the center of a car,
properly lighted wanned and furnlthed. and adapted to
the convenient separation and due security or 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 office at the
commencement and end of their routes, and to and from
all offices not more than SO rods from a station or landing.-
Proposals may be submitted for the performance
of all other side service that is, for offices over eighty
rods from a'landing or station. '
; Beceipts will be required for mail bags conveyed in
charge of persons employed by railroud companies. There
will also te way bills prepared by ostmasters, or other
apentsof the Post Office Department, to accompany the
mails, specifying then umber and destination of the sever
al bags. On-the principal Ktace routes likewise, receipts
will be roo.aited.and way bills forwarded; the latter to
be esflpriued-ny the several postmasters, to insure regu
larity in the delivery of mail bags.- J . '
4 Xo pay will be made for trips not performed ; and
for each of such omiseioas not satisfactorily explained,
three times the pay of the trip may be deducted. ' Por
arrivals o far behind time as to break connection with
depending mails, and not sufficiently excused, one-fourth
or the compensation for the trip is subject to forfeiture.
Deduction will atso be ordered for a grade of performance
Inferior to that specified ia the contract. For repeated
delinquencies of the kind herein specified, enlarged pen
alties proportioned to the nature thereof and the impor
tance of the mail, may be mxde. .
6. For le-iving behind or throwing on the mails, or any
portion of them for the admission of passengers, or for
being concerned in setting up or running an express con
veying intelligence ia advance of the mail, a quarter's
pay may be deducted
6. Fines wilii" iitposed, unless the delinquency be
promptly and- satisfactorily explained by certificates of
postmasters, or the affidavits of other creditable persons,
for failing to arrive in contract time;. for neglecting to
take the mail from or deliver it into a post office; for
suffering' it (owing either to the nnsuilablenesa of the
place or the manner of carrying it) fc be wet, injured,
destroyed, robbed or lost and foT refusing, after demand,
to convey the mail as frequently as the contractor runs,
or is concerned la running a coach, car or steamboat on a
route, f , t , ' ' '."-
T. The Postmaster General my annul the contract for
repeated T:u hires totmi afreeacty tocontract; forviolat
Inst the Pct'Officelaws, or disobeying the instructions of
the department ; for refusing to discharge a carrier when
required by the department to do so ; for assigning the
entraet withwit the assent of the Postmaster General ;
tK rufiEif t a xprei as afewsid I er for traaivwtiaf
persons or packages convey ins mailable matter out 4 the
ma"-' ' . . ' ' ' . , '' j r:
'8. The Postmaster General may order an Increase of
service on a route by al lowing therefor a pro rata increase
on the contract pay. . H8 may. chang c&eduies of de
partures and arrivals in all cases, and particularly to
make ihem perform to connections with railroads, with
out increase of pay, provided the running time be not
abridged. He may also order an increase of speed, al
lowing within the restrictions of the law, a pro rata in
crease of pay for the additional stock or .uarrlera, 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 or
der into effect. The Postmaster General may also curtail
or discontinue the service, iu whole or in part, at pro rata
decrease of pay,- allowingone month' extra compensat on
on the amount dispensed with, whenever in his opinion
the public interests require the change, or in case he de
sires to supercede it by a different grade of transporta-
ti91'parments will be made by collections from, 'or
drafts on postmasters or otherwise, after the expiration
of each quarter say in February, May, August and No-
10 The distances are given according to the best infor
mation; but no increased pay will be allowed should they
bo greater than advertised, if the points to be suppliedbt
correctly stated. Eiddert mutt inform themtctvet on
this point: and also in reference to the weiKhtof the
mail, the condition-ot the roads, hills, streams, &C-, and
allHoll-bridges, ferrjes, or obstructions of any kind by
which expenses may be incurred. No claim for addition
al pay based on such grounds, can bo contidered nor for
alleged mistakes or misapprehension as to the degree of
servicer nor for bridges destroyed, or other obstructions
increasing distance, occurring during the aontract 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 increased.- . -
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
be considered in competition witn a regular proposal re
a finable in amount
12. Bidders should first propose for service strictly ac-
pnrdine to the advertisement, and then if they desire.
separatedly for different service ; and if the rejruiar bid
be the lowest offered Tor the advertised service, tneotn
er propositions may be considered. . .
IX There should be but one route bid for In a propo-
sal. . .. . .. v
14. The route, the service, the yearly pay, the name
and residence ot thebidder, (that is his usual post office
address.) and these of each member of a firm, where a
oompan offers, should be distinctly stated; alsothemode
of conveyance if ahigher mode than horseback be intend
ed. The word3 "with due celerity, certainty, and secu
rity," inserted to indicate the mode of conveyance, will
constitute a itar bid. Whea a star bid -s intended, no
specific conveyance must bo named. But lu case two
modes of conveyance, are named at the sr me compensa
tion, the highest or best for the service wal be taken.
IS. Bidders are requested to use as far as practicable,
the printed form of proposal furnished by the depart
ment, to write out in full the sum of their bids, and to
retain copies of tnem.
Altered bids- should not be submitted nr 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
each person. -
The department reserves the right 4o .reject any bid
which may be deemed extravagant; and JUsw to disre
gard the bids of failing contractors and bidders. -
16. The bid should be sealed, superscribed "Mail Pro
posals, State of," addressed Second Assistant
Postmaster General, Contract office, and sent by mail,
not by or to an agent; and posmasters will not enclose
proposals (or letters of any kind) in their quarterly re
17. The contracts s re to be executed and returned to
the department by or before the 1st day of August, 1853
but the service must be commenced on the first Jury pre
ceding, or the mail day next alter that date, whether the
contracts be executed or not. Xo proposition to trans
fer v 11 be considered unti 1 the contracts are executed
and received at the department; and then no transfer
will be allowed, unless good and sufficient reasons there
for are given, to be determined by the department. Iu
all cases, the retiring contractor will be required to be
come one of the sureties on the new contract.
IS. Postmasters at offices on or near railroads, but more
than eighty rods from a station! will immediately after
the 31st of March next, report their exact distance
from the nearest station, and bow they are otherwise
supplied with the mail to enable the Postmaster General
to direct a mail-mcEsengcr supply from the first of July
19. Section 13 Of an act of Congress approved March 3,
1S15, 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,
without other reference to the mode uf such transporta
tion than may be necessary to provide for the due celerity,
certainty and security or such transpotation. Under this
law a new description of bids have been received. They
do not specify a mode of conveyance, but engage to take
the entire mail each trip with certainty, celerity and se
curity, using the terms of the law. These bids 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 couveyance of the entire mail,
however large, and whatever may be the mode necessary
to insure its celerity, certainty and security.
In all cases where the lowest grade of service is be
lieved to be sufficient, the lowest bid will be: accepted in
preference to a star or specific bid. " - ,.
When the lowest bid is not a star bid, and specifies eith
er no mode or an inadquate mode of conveyance, it will
not be accepted, but set aside for a specific bid proposing
the necessary service.
When the bid does not specify a mode of conveyance;
also when it proposes to carry "according to the adver
tisement," but without such specification, it will bo con
sidered as a proposal for horseback service
20. A modification of a bid in any of its esseetial terms
is tantamount to a new bid, and cannot be received, so as
to interfere with a regular competition, after the last
hour set for receiving bids.
21. Postmasters are to be careful not to certify the
sufficiency of guarantors, . or sureties, without knowing
that they are persons of sufficient responsibility ; and all
bidders, gnrantors, and sureties are distinctly notified
that on a failure to enter into or perform the contracts
for the service proposed for in the accepted bids, their le
gal liabilities will be enforced against tham. ' -
22. Present contractors, and persons known at the de
partment must equally with others, procuie guarantors
and certificates of their sufflc ency, substantially in the
forms above prescribed. The certificates of sufficiency
must be signed by a postmaster or by a jud.ire of a court of
record. A. V. UKOWN.
Fresh Arrivals ! Heavy Additions ! !
Prices Greatly Reduced?
CURRENCY TAKEN AT PAR!!
J, B. JENNINGS
Cor. 2nd and Franceses, 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 hell at corresponding prices for cash, or tonnnctual
customers. Among his recent receipts are 50 doi Fresh
Peaches, 35 doz Prime Apples, 20 doz Assorted FruiU.
20doz Lobsters 1 & 2 lb cans, 300 doz Field's celebrated
uysterspui uptnis ran. 2U Half Barrels new white Fish.
also Codfish, 100 boxes W R Cheese, 60 boxes K D do, 600
ids murrains, uu coxes iresn raisins, 100 boxes dried her
ring, ouo ids uosnen uuuer, 200 bbls crackers, 60 bbls
nuts assorted, 600 lbs Peanuts, 100 boxes assorted and
fancy candies, 100 do gum drops and motto Iipi e-m
200 drums Figs,&c. Also a large lot sugaa and niol; aiss.
which will be sold at prices considerably below the prices
ejAiy ujjb u.
St. Joseph, Xov. 8, 1857. 21n-
HEm& mid: ; ijpb,gqops!!
Main St. between Front and Second
'.' Brownville, N.
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE.
TTE bave ju3t opened a heary Stock of Falland Winter Goods, embracing everything iu the Staple
t T and Fancy lin1;, wnicn wo are now prepared to onor 10 tne traaeaicxircmeiy mw prices,
"' '' - For Casli or Country Produce.-
.. .,;' 1847. ;.- v2nlS-tr .-, v - ." V ,f ! CU ASE & HILL. .
LT. WHYTE &CO'S,
WE have just received an entirely new and large aaortuientof Superior Goods which we will sell at
ajreasonable prices.as any establishment in the West, our motto balng 'Lire and lot Live
re have now in stovo a trreat variety of the following articles, whicn we purchased for Cash and oonsc
intly can sell cheap on tho same terms : . .' ! . .. :. , ? i ' . i " .: - f ' '
PM GOODS .& - (&HOlBMIE,
HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
Queensware and WiUow
And a fine assortment or Light Groceries,
Sach as Spice, , Peppers, . Soda,
, 3 . SalafatUs .. Ginger, Allspice, etc., etc.
And a good article of
: 0T7.O.;M 2. Smoking; anaxhcwlng Tobacco.
It is a pleasure to as to show goods, and we ask you to call round and see for yourselves. fm ;
Oct. 19.1857. vznis-lyj I. T. WUVTC t CO.
9Ialn St., one door above L.ushbaugli &. Carson's Exchange Bank,
Brownville, N. T.
THE proprietors would most respectfully inform the citizens of Brownville and the public generally that
tney nave received ana arc now opening one 01 tne largest and most complete stocks of Clothing
Ever brought to this market.
Their assortment of
Ready HMEscie Olotli
Embraces every variety of Textures and Prices ; as to Color they have Brown, Blue, Black, visible and
invisible ureen, and Lloths,Lassimers,satinetts.Casnmeretts,anu Jeans, all made up
according to the latest fashionable cut. Their variety of vest is superb,
' . embracing the very latest styles and patterns. In tho
Baltimore Clothing tore
May also be found atall time a fino selection of Cravats. Stocks, Tves, Collars white or colored, Handker
chiefs, Suspenders, Carpet Bags, etc., which we will sell as cheap as any establishment in the West.
Y'' . We have the finest and best assortment of
BpuWe and-t Single Overcoats,
Ever brought to this Territory.
October 29th. 1857.
a a a
S.LOCKWOOD. 1857. R. E.POMEBOT
Lockwood & Pomeroy,
Wholesatu and Retail Dealers in
HATS KM CAPS,
Also, Shippers of American Furs of every de
scription ; for which they will pay
the highest Market Price.
IN CASH. . -
Cwliki .Merchants arc invited to examine our
stock of Uats & Caps for the approaching Spring
and Summer traie, which will be large, fashionable.
ana weii scieciea. in point of variety cur stockshall
not. 00 excelled oy any House ia St. Louis.
Our prices will be low, terms accommodating.
. vnn ana see as at our ivcw Store. Second St.
at. .loeepn, Mo. 32-6ni
. GEO. P. Ll'CKUAEDT,
WATi1.11' n Arc mm
OREGON, IIOLT COUMTY, MO.
rpAKES the liberty to inform the citizens of
JL Brownville and vicinity, that he hns opened a
Watch. Clock, and JfiWftlrir Stnre
In Oregon, Holt county, Mo., where he will keen con
stantly on hand, and for sal a good assortment of
uoia ana Bilver watcnes.Ulocfc? and Jewelry, which
no win sell extremely low, for CASH. Also, a fine
lot of Violins, Accordeons, Silver, and Plated Spec
taclcs, Gold Pens vith Gold and Silver extensioi
cases, Silver Thimbles. AcAc. :
uu is prepurcu w repair aicnes, uiocks ana Jew- rn "1TF T
elry of every description, in the best manner and GrOCCriCS, AV lnCS,. .LlQUOrS,
on the most reasonable terms. . 1 . 1 , ,
ti ..... , n r -r o urnnnrxT r 1 nr -
Xivcry arucie Dougni in nis establisnment, is war- " ltirii.l0, w KjJiJiLtL haul,
ranted to be what it is represented to be. Watch re- I Corner of Main and Francis Stneeti Riddle'
- r . 1 . 1 1
poinng warramea ior one year.
July 26i 1856., fl.n8tf
MATS AMD' CAPS, j :
Warranted to suit the most fastiduons. A Sue assortment of
COATS, Dress, Frock, and Sack.
PAXTS, "Every Style and Description.
TESTS, To please L,arge and Small.
SHIRTS, Both White and Fancy.
Over Shirts, Overalls, Drawers, and Knit under shirts.
Duck Gloves, Mitts, and Riding Gloves, etc! - 1 ' '
WE would but i-.sk the publio toeall, axaimne and judge lor themselves whether the Clothing at the
- Baltimore Clothing Kmp-jrium is not of ;bettcr mado material, cut with better taste, better trimmed
ind twenty-nve percent, cueaper man tney nave ever uougnt oisewnere,
SIEOEL & GREENBAUM.
WE offer to- tho public, we are confident, the
Unrest and best selected stock of Groceries
ever offered in this market :
6 Hhds Sugar, 50 Sacks Coffee,
125 Sacks Flour, 5 Tierces Kice,
30 Bbls Molasses, 16 Boxes Star Candles,
20 Boxes Soap, 150 Sacks Salt,
15 Bbls Cider Viniger, 150 bbls Salt. .
TERMS CASH!!! 1 ' ''
New Wholesale Grocery Jlouse.
i-i'- -. " j. j t i
, W. C.RITCHIE, . r
WHOLESALE itND RETAIL'
NOEL, -LA KB & EMERSON.
Srowuville, 2XT. X?m '
N. B. We would ruspcetfully inform tho citi
sens of Nemaha county and adjoining Missouri, that
wa nave always on band a large and well selected
supply of Li U ill It, wnicn we can furnish at low
er rates than any mill in the Territory.
: Market prices paid for log. delivered at the yard
or on the bank of the river..
All orders accompanied with the cash, will receiv
onr immediate attention.-
U. S. ; Hail Route,
From the Nemaha Agency, in Kan cos, to the
mouth of the AyaarayBiver.N.T. .
ri uIIS bTNE makes' one trip per weckfeaca .way,
A' storpias t the princrpal towns on the MissourrI
K;ver. Good Uacka all the way through, and good
ntrses ana nice young men tor drivers. -
, - J. V. A W. UtrOtT, vofttractort.
P. 19, 185. -tIb27-17 ; -
Stand, Oppotxte Stoutt .Hotel,
ST. JOSEPH, MO. ,v:
HAVE just received the largest and most complete
steckof tne above goods ever opened in upper Missouri,
to which the attention of merchants and dealers is res
pectful ling invited- having purchased, them principally
for cash at the very lowest possible prices, in Boston,
XewTork and St. Louis, feel confident that I can offer
inducements that are rarely found, and hoping, by fair
and liberal dealing, low prices and good Goods, to merit
a liberal shareof patronage. Call and examine my stock
and prices before purchasing sales are bound to follow.
In tny stock will be found every article usually kept in
a No 1 Grocery noose. . ' ;') 5 .'";' ; ' ; - j
ATTOEITEY AT. LAW,
; : BRQTVyrilLE, N. T.!
Will wrtte deeds of every kind and contraats for every
yurpoeo, wiin wrrniei iega accuracy. ' .
X)fflce, iu the Banking llouse of Luthbauga & Carson.
Hon. John A. Bingham, Cadiz, Ohio.
, " W K Carter, Cleveland, "
. "! R P Spalding,' " "
"-BFLeiter, Canton, 1
" SLahm, " 1 -
. - WmRSapp. Mt. Vernn, "
. " S P Chase, Columbus, . , . r,
" Thos. Ford, Mansfield, ' " - -
. .,. . Jaa. Craig, St. Joseph, Mo." '
DISTILLED FRO II COAL.
(Secnred by Letters Patent.)
Kerosene Illcminatixo Oil. The liht obtain.
ed from this Oil exceeds in brilliancy that of any
other oil or fluid heretofore discovered: is incxplo-
tive, and will remain limped in the very coldest
The Company recommend as thelamnahest l,inh.
ed to this Ooil, the Kerosene Lainpt, manufactured
by the following parties: Messrs. Cornel us & Baker,
also, Dyott.of lbiiadclphia, K. V. Ilaughwout A
Ci 4SS Broad wnv. the Unx.klrn Flint ci-io. r..
No. 73 Broad Stroet. Messrs. Dicta A Co 1:1.1 Wil"!
liam Street. L.. Mervier 137 Elm Street. X V
Samples of different styles of Lamps cab be seen at
the Office of the Company.
rvEROSENE LCBRICATIXG OlL.o. I. Prerjared t
suit the finest, and all other kinds of Machinery
V, . . r ... ..... J
uujus uniiiuaiy in, ivcoinoxivc fu:ui Lights, t-ar
Lamps, and all the ordinary Si-lurand nnd Lamps,
and stands as grea a degree of cold as best Serm
Oil, and is admirably adapted to Railroad and Stuam-
Keroskxb Lcbbicatixg Otl. Xo. 2. a s II TiWl AP
Lubrica tors, and will bo found to possess advantages
over any Oils in the market at same prices will not
barn and has been thus prepared to meet the re
quirements of Railroads and others.
KEtosENK Binnacle Oil. Prepared
for Ships' ose, and will be found admirably adapted
forusoof Steamships, Men of War, Merchant Ves
sels, Lake and River craft, and burns in all cabin
stateroom, binnacle, forecastle lamps, signal laa-
Binnacle Oil will remain fluid as long as best
Sperm, and will burn all night without requiring to
be trimmed, an advantage that will bo bvioua to
every Shipmaster. rV . ' . .
The Kerosene Oils can be obtained from the
Wholesale Oil Dealers. Ship Chandlers, DrugnStg
and Grocers in New York, and the regularly appoint-'
ed Agents of the Company n many of the principal
Towns and Villages of the United States, the Cana
days, and the Island of Cuba. .
Local Agents appointed (in conformity with the
rules established by the Board of Trustees,) on ap
' ' AUSTEXS.
General AgenU, Kerocn Oil, Co.,
No. 50 Beaver Street, N.Y.
N.BiCircularswithfuil particulars, testimonials,
prices, &e., will be forwarded cn ipplkaticass above.
Jos 24th 117. - - - mJIj
New Hardware Store. '
: ' Siga df . tile Saw. .
' TrflDorter, Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
American .Genhanr English & French
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. .
' ST. JOSTTH, MO.,
IS KOWrcceiving and opening the largest and most
varied arsorttceat f good in the above line ever
offered in any market west of St. Louis.
- My stock embraces a lull and complete assortment
of Cabinet and Llonso Builder's Hardware, lcchaa
ic's tools of every description, direct from the nut
approved manufacturers;, agricultural and horticul
tural tools and implements, m great variety, combin
ing all the recent and useful 'improvements for the
saving of a vast amount of labor to the farming com
munity, from whom I respectfully request a careful
examination of this department of my stock. I am
also exclusive agent -for' the sale of the celebrated
St. Louis Circular Mill and Cross Cot Saws, whieh I
will warrant, and 11 ail orders at ihe faciary prices.
Also a large assortment of Guns, Rifles and Pistols,
Iron, Steel, Xail3 Acof tho best brands: in a word,
my stock is very complete, which, fo- its quality-and
price, I am determined to offer such inducements as
will command a liberal sharu of trade from this and
adjoining counties. My arrangements for importing
and agencies for American Hardware Manufacturers,
together with a long expcaeacQin the general Ilara
ware trade, enables me; not only to defy all competi
tion, bat has conrinced me that the true principle of
trade is small proou and quick returns. .
January 1,1857. vln2atf
. . IV'". ..
- Si ; fi it .
J0M C0LH01N & BE0THER, ;
(Sign'of the Padlock,' opposite the Post Office.)
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL - -
Building and Saddlery, Hardware,
Boots, Shoes, jLeatter and Shoe Findings.
ST, JOSEPH, 310.
HAVE now in stre, and u arrive shortly, Amer
ican and Foreign Hardware, such as :
Greaves & Son's Files Scissors , ,
and Edge Tools Pocket knives '
Butcher'a - do do - Knives and Iwks
Spear & Jackson's saws Brass, curtain bands and
Gimlet pointed screws pins
Griffin's . and American Door locks
horse nails Anrrers and tnir fctt
Post hole augers
Ames' shovel.- and spades
Lull & Porter's shutter
Circular, mill and'muly
Planesand plane irons
Coopers drawing knives
, do adzes and wood
' tools -Tress
Butts, cast and wrought
Copper rivets for belt
Tuyere Irons .
Plated and com. stirrups
do do Bitts
do do Buckles
do ' do Rings
Breast and rein snaps
Peg floats '
Grass and grain do
Shovel. and tongs
Framed wo1 aws
Blacksmiths' Bellows and
' Vices -
Spicks and dies
Pad hooks, breech g loops
Pad tfcrews. cockeyes
Girth reia and roller web
Silk, 3 cord thread
Upper leather .
Belting do i '
With many goods embracing a complete assort
ment of the most desirable which tber will sell at
the lowest pricrs. J. COUIOUN A BRO
April 15th, 1857. , ; 31-ly
MILLWRIGHT & ENGINEER,
" BEdwNVTLLu; n: T. "
NNOUNCE to the jablie, that he is "prepared
to erect Steam and Water Saw and Merubrnt
Mills at short notice and reasonable terms. Repair
ing of machinery of all kinds.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
LTa is also Agent for
A. B.' HQLLIBIRD & CO'S
LEE & LEAVITT'S
And are prepared to receive and fill orders for any ma
chinery manufactured or kept on hand, by these es
tablishments. Letters of enquiry, promptly answered.
Noel, Lako A Co., Brownville, N. T. Steam Min.
R.W. Furna3, - . Brownville,
' Muir, Uann A Co u u "
Dr. Hoover, Nemaha city, u ' "
P.M.Rogers, Pawnee city,"
Nuckolls A White, Rockport, Mo.
James Lowe, Linden, u
A. B. Halliberd, Cincinnati, O.
BrownvUle. -Jung 18. 1857. v2 1-ly
OLIVER BENNETT & CO.,
MANXrACTrBEBa AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IU
Boots Shoes & Brogans,
XO. 37 MAIS STREET, SAIXT LOUIS, 2IO.
ARE NOW IN IUvCEIPXof aet.mplcteassortment
of goods' froialheir.ewn fi' t)ther.manufac
tories,adapted especially to the Western trad.
Purchasers are invited to examine their stock,
manufactured and selected with, great care, and
warranted of superior quality. , Orders will receive
rompt and caroru' attention.
, .Capital StocKQO.OOO. - :
'NEBBASKA CIT V, N. ' T."' ' ' ' -
rpHIS rpmpaoy, under a liberal charter, is now
L fully organized, and their entire capital stock of
ftjty Thoutaud Dollar, paid in andsecured- They
aro prepared, from this date, to grant open policies,
and take risks, upon equal terms, with the most
favored Insurance Company any where. Having
adopted the mutual principle, its patrons, without
incurring, any liability," will share in the profits of
the company. ;. i ( ,
T,he operatipes o( the Gjmpanj, will be confi uel
rorthe present, to makine, or cargo risk., with a
maximuai liability ,$12,500 on nj ,.no In.ttoui.
BeirigiheOTily lujujrancaJiSce, n iheabov pop
ularplanV cst.oC the M.is?uuri,.it confidently ex
pecM generous nupfcort frjnvWeftern Merchants.
We respectfully invite 'tho" Missouri River pa
tronage., j -T, . . ; : ; 1
1I HECTORS :
t,' uckolls ' ' ' Chas. F. Holly,
iir W nnet ' t r J.L.Armstrong.
W. N. Hincbman; 1 'Miles W.Brow2;
A. A. Bradford.
.. '' ' - OFFICERS 1 ,
. CHAS.TinOLLY, President.
. bt. Lonn Agent Col. W. P. Howard.
April 2d, 1857.
A. LTFOBD.' '' t i :i:ttti;i J j HOHX
Lyford & Horn,
WHOLESALE AND" RETAIL
. Dealers in
' ' HATSAND' CA?' : ;
aans,yiows, Shoves, Furniture, &c
uuvu, ill, . - J'
I have now i 7
towing articles, which Y I
And a fine assort
.. , . Soda,
19 November 5th.
Takes this method ot ir,tnr... '
removed his piiat shoD rmm Tl'R I
n thinks hinwelf qual;flej to fc i
taining to his line of buiu Ji M
th public to gite him I ati'
Please leave orders at ti9 "A-l ' !
Novt 19. 1837. Ji,5r;i"Af
Tailoring!:-;' Tailoring T,r
- e: PARKER, !
Atbntws street. West of S,4li '
L ly in Bn.wnvii.'e, I offer BT 1
publio gencraUy, if they wnt j:
line of business. lean always keW"
or. more pn.pprly speaking at mr 'l
I'articnlar attention t0 eatt-,
layiug off work for the SfrimT.'
portion of my hfe hiw bcon icv.ji.--i v.
which I consider my-lf iafcri.Vto ye'
in the cutting departrarnt,3;,-jl j, ,."t,. '
tion" to my business- t? i?rit !h
jAtronage. . E tp
, TJrownville April lfith. JHj7.
GEORGE F. KCiM'
AXD GENERAL LlTD t
t lorence tty, ,V. I
.. . EVAN WORTIil.
TJEGS leave In announce tihtwD,,;u: ,
J erected a lakery end luafctrfa
ment in the City of llrownvilleS. r.iMtiTi
constantly on hand, and is prepWiiif U i
Bread, Crackers and Cukes of anvMr.r
discription and quality, irehutuinvii'ae
in bakingand consequently feds q;usa ,
will be able to give Mtidfactiuo. 1 libair
age is respoctful-'y solicited.
July,23-'57-v2D5-Ia.' - "
DOW DA LL, MARKHAU. it
Engine and Machine ho;
COB-K Or IEC0SD AXD MOBOAJITU.
ST. LOUIS. Md. j
Kannfacturers of Stwtn Kngines awl toils 1
Gnit Mill Jlachinery, Sm?:e and D-jabU Cr
Hills, Tobacco Screw and Fres U'J SM
iaic.bbiiu vjriiuuci., " jvi
Castinps. Tonne's Iaiprovel Patent Saiot Sl.il. i
Cj-AtiETS for tnesaieui inirsjut
per ior Machine Cards.
.A. MEDLEY, . J
Announces to the public that be has '
sive Stock of GooUs brouKht to this P J- i
. anJ now offers to seil
Dry Goods, Croccries,IIar s
at prices as fair as can be found in i
Or Cash or in exchange for country jw )
fot. 1, '57-nl4
rot. i, 'sn-ai
.. ..,( i ts
JEFFKKSGN F. C A3AX1I, . 1 ""- ' (
JA3. . IKST, . i WaS- f
Council Bluffs, Iowa. ) Neb:lW j
CASSADY, TEST, RID-n
(Successors to Ellen j
' NEBRASKA CITT, 5- T'
HAYIXO.made arrangenx-nu W .
receive accurate copits of w w . '
embraced in the Eastern poriu-" " ,
are now prepared to offer our .erne (
44 Squatters of JS'ebraska Jf
la rillingr Declaratory Statecet .
tions, Iiocating Land w
" AND ENTERING W
Land Tarrants Ilonswf f f
LAND ENTEKED $h
Paxticularattention'rnid to to?,-J
Pronertv on commission: A !sa. U . i
and forwarding rernitUnceytosnJr
Ulaoks of all kintL- alww
i iiitiiUfct- ,..r
Hon. Afc A.Brjvlford.
Messrs. Dolman S. West,
Peter A. Keller.
Thom;w Lumkin, .
June 23.1858. vl-n4 'J-
Scott city Steaw
- JOHN OHXJFFMAS,
Scott City, Mo-,r
steam naw-iuill recently eretiei ur fc
asaoove anu i Sow prepai " ,r,nia,:.7
Missouri an4Xctrafia with an es""
ot every description and . .
, . .SAWED Lj3,
of an excellent quality. Ahareois' f
X.vemler 11. 13A7. ' -y
NATH'L POPE COJ
Land and Generd
Havintt resipied. tbe si:uaiwo ,
the General Land Ottlce for the
charie of the Pre-emption BureJtt7peMr':!r
the prowcution Ct claims before w j,
he pre-emption raw, town sits " '
Mr. C. will also ive attention u fi!U "
sion ofttce. procure Land Warran
and prosecute clalas before Conf:
.. , ; , ..i arrcas to i.
Hon.' S 'A. DoUtflas. Illinois i-
J. D. Brifchr, Indiana,
C. K. Scunrt. alienist"
C. C. Wsshurne,
B .b'fSmitb. Illinois,
John B. Sindidse Vo uis j
Thomas A. UeudnH . t'
Jo,. S. Wiuoa, cll? Sr.K
Ilon E. M. lluitinirton. "m'-r H'"3"
James Shield. E,')l"p;o41oi
Geo. C Vhitioft t.-m " ' ,
-Got. Medary. St. U,
Messrs. Sweeny, l ent & lj-. ,
Fair fc "ours, ,
Xbbb. Brother- - &
Suter. lea c; ?f
Also, to the Pistnct Lmd Oi sl J 9
all whohave had lan.1 I.umbos f-
for yemra. CJ". y
tioa unlem acooniiiiu-u j
. Jonas CrvHuanB'JlS&xr,
new partnership wid- thJ?" BLw
nil!, and will a.ntiane the i
Und cf McAllistsr, I ie c jof .
W. Jol.dHon. Arkan'S'-!
n'l wells. Wioas .
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