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ur new Government; that the railroads run by military schedules, and that a myriad of small as well as large matters have to be investigated, we think the voice of complaint should be hushed, or at least that the people should patiently await the correction of things that go wrong. Many suppose that there were no mail irregularities under the old Government. By reference to the Post-Office reports of the past year or two, we find that on the Southwestern route, for the year ending June 30th, 1860, the mail arrivals in schedule time were 340; out of schedule time, 339. On the Atlantic route, via Wilmington, N. C., during a portion of the year, the arrivals in schedule time were 431; out of schedule time, 136. The year 1857 shows a still greater number of irregularities on the same routes; yet the Post-master General, in his report, says the years 1859-'60 showed a marked improvement as compared with preceding years! We learn from the Department that post-masters throughout