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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 August 1850

From Oregon. The steamer Car olina arrived at San Francisco on the 1st of July, but is reported to have brought no papers. She left the mouth of the Columbia river on the 28th of June. We learn, however, by a previous arrival, that the reports of the disoov. iy of gold in Oregon had heen con firmed. A letter from a respectable gentleman of St. Helens, (formerly Plymouth,) dated May 29, says : A great excitement prevails here; gold is found everywhere, nnd parties are constantly forming for further ex plorations A party of some of our respectable merchants left Portland, a few days since, for the Wallah-WaN lah, a tributary of the Columbia. The movement proceeded from a parcel of sand which was brought in by the Indians, which yielded 30 per cent pure gold. And in consequence of this and the many other similar re ports, flour has risen from $18 to $40 per barrel in Oregon City, and other articles of consumption in proportion. Reports from Rogue's River rep resent gold as very abundan...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 August 1850

Mail Line fromKncsvillo TO D.1LTON. J. B. TAYLOR & CO, HAVING obtained H" '' ll,r carrying the Mails (root J nox ville 10 D.1I1011, tor four years troui tlm h'1 ol July, 1350, respecilully inform the public Hint iheir line will In' well slocked Willi No. 1 Troy Coaches, fine Horses, and sober, l"iiI 'Drivers, onl no pains nor expense will be spared lo carry passengers through wild coinforl and sab tv. This route traverses a hpatiiiliil and Interestins lection of countrwmbr.icins! the Ocnee and Htwassee valleys. and travelers will cettain y fiiul it in their u Ivantase to lake this line. On this line lor Hie South, iniersecitns the Western and Atlan'io Railroad, lit D.ilton, passengers will leave Knoxville nl 6 A. M., t'ailv, except Sundays, ami arrive atDalionby OA. M. uxt ilr.y; that is, in lime to take tlie Cars iHotiih. Going North t tie Coaches will leave Dal lon lit 7 l M, ilailv, except Sundays, nd arrive at Knoxville l.v 7 P. M. '' days, riionin'j ihrnuyli "levela-ul. I C...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 August 1850

V THE THEN A POST. BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: THE POST will be published every Friday nt 93 per yenr, pnjahle within Ihree months from the time ol subscribing; $2,50 in aix months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the yenr. Advertisements will be charged ! per square of 12 lincs(orless) for the first insertion, nnd 25 cents for each continuance. A liheral deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending; advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid and charged accordingly. (7- For announcing the names of candi dates for office Three Dollars, Cash. Jon Work, such as Pnmphlets, M inutes, Cir culnrs, Curds, Blanks, Handbills, &c, will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post psid, will bo promptly attended to. Persons at b distance sending us the names of four solvent subscribers, will be en...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 August 1850

AT Jl E .V Sr 0 ST S. r. 1V1NS l'.ilitor anil Proprietor. Tl'.llMS.f l a .ifac, payable uitliin three months from the time nf suliserihins ' $ -"'I1 ' 6 mmit'ii. or U at the i 'rm'rntiH rt f the year. (tj-.Vi paper diewitinutd until nil arnar i'U are pjid, cecpt at the cption tf the I'ub- tt.ier. hor iiH'iTtnrni)! t'tc namisft emuiutau J jar yii.i,iii.i. ATIII'.M, I'ltllUY, AW. 'M, IH50. - - (tj- V. 'l'noMJON, is the authoii.eJ useni for the "Fost," in the city ol Hiiti mote, MJ. CONTRACT CLOSED. Editor .Witn l ft: The at Tennessee slid Georgia Rai' road Co.npt'nv 1 ve siti'i-edrd in c'osing a contract with Mcstj. Failey, Hrothors i Co., of Enn'ntul, tVr rijtht thcvtanJ tons of best quality ol Vf!ch iron, of an approved nattern of the T ra to tte.irii about fifty even lbs. per linear vard. One thotind ton are shipped before tins time, er.J wi.l b in the port of de'tvery some time in tl month of September three thr-i'sand torn mora to be ue'ivered bv the first of Januar; next, and as...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 August 1850

EMIGRATION to CALIFORNI A. To day, three steamers leave this port on their way towards California. Such an event presents a favorable opportunity for a few reflations Suggested hy the fact itself, anil bv the apparent diminution in the ntimbors emiirrntinff to the California gold mines. Never before, in the history tif human enterprise and of coloniza tion, has any country received, in so short a period, within iti wild and Uncultivated fidils, so rrianv adventur ers; rtnd when wc consider that these men have left rt republic bounteously blessed with prosperity, and alwavs jjenerous to industry, the phenomenon becomes still more interesting and Important. Though, as we have of. ten urged the same amount and spir- It of industry exerted iti agriculture, Upon a rich soil, would contribute quite as much to the general happi- tiess of those engaged upon it as theS products of gold mines, vet the com- mon mind does not readily perceive this great axiom of public economy, nnd is not stimu...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 August 1850

Mail Line from Knoxville TO DALTON. TAYLOR, BRIDGES & JACKSON'S, HAVING obtained the contract for crrvir.it the Ml """ Knoxvhle to Dillon, lor four years from the hrst ot July. 1330, respectfully ttilorni the puMietlut iliHirlinn will be well locked Willi Nj. 1 Tn.V Caches, fine Ilor-.es. and sober. Driver.-, and no P'"f ",r experts- will (: p..rd to entry passengers iIku'.i.'Ii Willi comfort and safety. Hus route inverses a beautiful and interesting f.'diuii ji oo.inirv.eml.racma the Oeoeo and I : Witsce valleys.and travelers will certain y find it 10 llieir advantage to lake this line. On this lice for the South, intersecting mo Western and Atlantic Ritlron. . hi Dillon, per.gijrs will leave Knoxville -at 0 M , i'ailv, except Sundays, and arrive nt D.ilionby OA. M. next day; that us in lime io take the I Soul .. liuin" North the Coaches will leave Dal lon at 7 1'. M i d..U. ex-epj nod arrive at Knoxville by 7 I . M. next days, running through ClevoUid Cl.a.les ion, Calhoun, an...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 August 1850

N s BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1850. VO LUM E NUMBE It 101. TIE ATHENS POST o TKIlMSi THE POST will bs published every Friday nt 2 per your, payable within three month from tho time ol siihscribinss $2,.ri0 in six months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the year. Advertisements will be ehnreed l per Square of 1 i lines (or less) for the first insertion, nnd 2.) cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid and charged accordingly . (fcj- For announcing the names of candi dates for oflice Three Dollars, Cash. Job Work, such ns Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, &c, will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, lit short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 August 1850

1 vV IkMMKM ATHENS rOST. s. jftivivs 1:1 Editor ami ;car, in three muiilk.i from the time of Gmnntht.or -iat thetxi. 52,50 in t ui nr. .vw V.. )nuj i ,.'...V. LI H arrca assure iaid,isent at the option cf the i'l.t- j'irr. '.r announcing fie nanus of canduUiUs r ice t'uit. atuess riiinvv, Al Ci. ;jo,e.o. 0Cr" VV. Tik.mn, is i li e authoii.'td agent lor the "l'oft," in the city ot Balti more, MJ. O-Tlio Circuit Court for Lradicy county incuts next Monday, d September. At Jliuhsoiiviilt', JUor.roo county, Monday fol lowing. Baltimore, Aug. 23. 17,000 bags Uio Coll'tc wcte sold during the week at 1)4 a 10 cts. Dt. Henry Connolly has been elected Governor of New Mexico, and Emanuel Alvarez, Lieut. Governor. Major K. II. Wluteman, nnd Mnj. T. A. Cunningham, have been elected U. S. Senators. The majority in the Missouri Legislature against Benton, is 35. THE MACON MASS MEETING Tho Charleston Courier of llio 2!3J says 'A tclcwnnhic dispatch from the otlico of Macon Journal nnd Messenger, s...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 August 1850

From the JY. 0. Picayune, Wttr. 1G. LATER, FI10M MEXICO. ' By the an i val yesterday of the bri Anadora, Captain Zabala, we have received papers from the city ol Mexi co, to the 25th ult. The presidential canvass continues to cause much excitement. The cam- paign is carried on in the most ap proved style of modern electioneering and notice is given in the Monitor, that meetings of the friends of the different candidates verc to ho held. In one of its articles the Monitor speaks as follows : TV. ..: ii. . -juiiiiy me iwcniv-nino vcars which have elapsed since the Mexican nation achieved its indoncndcncc. it had not enjoyed a single moment of ri;:.. i . luiiiLY inn iius ii cxpericnccu anv- tliinji but continued disorders, caused by the civil wars of which it has con tinuallv been made the victim, by the prejudices of parties. Thus the coun try was ruined, till the fatal day when it was iavaded by the government of the Morth, which, with a handful of men, and profitinir hv our internal...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 August 1850

"7" Y 7 MailLins fromKnoxyjlKl TO D.1LTGX. rs' TAYLOR, b3um.es & JACKSO'vS. contract '"r TJA VINO obtained the MB. parrvin" ll.e ..mn: Irom iviicxi'h.'? Dallun. for four ytnrs fiom 'lie lirM to el inlorm tue juiv. iC'i'i " i .-. . ., . .... I l I.. u:.l cri(.c I) .....t:...-. )!.. wi e we il r-'iocneu Troy Coaches ';' Horses, and sober, eond Drivers, an,! no pin- not ..n i,.. .Miml in enrrv pr.f enters Hiieui'-- win "t -1 . . ' lliruuph Willi cnmlori nn ?...,iiM n liciniiilii! safety. 1 I'!' nnl inter. 'Ftin" i4.fIioii0fr.ii.itTV.-inl.r.K.rciheWnnl Ilt.v.issce vileV5.n' tra ve.f-rs r-i.i mlnin v :ini1,otliriraJn!P2--ie.ikehi!'."i". On this line i',.r tlio South, itii-rcme ,1,, VM,rn am! A-'...n'.,o ln.rosd, 2, MalioUy 0 A.M. d,y, .h. ... in ume to take the i -ars South . GoinirXorih !.e Coarhesv.il! leave Dal- ,on at 7 P. M, daily. -Prl Mndnflp'r; d arrive at Knoxv.lle H i P. days, runninc thiou-h flv.J. C lisrles ...J V-n n ami Allien? daily, M'I iui,, .w.iw. - . ni.ii, ,ii. r7...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 September 1850

' . -'. 'I : fiii-AS',','.', ii..m-T I . mgmm TORN PAGcb k-r ..... Vic. ELI1 POST. TH1 ' I I t ST- V '1 BY 3AM. P. IVINS. tr liars; I 1HE POST will be published every Friday t t2 per year, payable within three months from-the time ol subscribing! $2,50 in six months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the year. Advertisements will be charged $1 pe.r Squnre of 19 lincs (or less) for the first insertion, and 25. cents for ench continuance. A lihernl deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements must "mirk tho number of times they desire them Inserted, or thoy will be continued until for bid nhd charged accordingly. For announcing the numes of candi dates for office Three Dollars, Cash. , Jos Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, ISIunks, Handbills, fec, will be executed in a neat and workmanlike matirr, at short notice, and onjensonble tcie;;;.-.- All letters addp;;.,. m tlio proprietor, post piT37itlbTlroniptly attend...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 September 1850

1 J ATHENS POST. S. 1 IVINS, Editor and I'ronrletoi:. TKJiJHS.f'i a year, payable u ilhin three months from the time of sitltscrihing ; S'2,5()i; 6 months, or $'l at the expiration of the year. Oj-JVu paper discontinued until all arrear ages are paid, except at the option of the I'ub isher. For announcing the names of candidates for tffire $.'), Cash. ATHENS, FRIDAY, 8V.VT. , JHCU. (Qr W. Thomson, is the authorized agent for ilie ''I'osi," in the city ol Dulii mure, Aid. THE TOWN WE LIVE IN. Weareglad to Fro that tlio corporation lisve actively commenced 1 lie -improvement (if our streets. Tlie ditch wo hnve formerly denominated tlio Tchuaiitnpec canal, is rn . pid'y progressing to completion, and will be a most material improvement to the square. Tlie entire dUlnncn from Andcr son's to Hallow's corner, lm during the present summer presented the nppeartinceof the Led of ono of those mountain streams in dry weather, which, during tho winter are deep enough to swim n horse. Hut the di...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 September 1850

TORN PAGES 3 , 11 From the National Intelligencer of Aug. 27 . THE IMPORTANT WEEK. Congress has now commenced the week which is to witness the fate of those vastly interesting measures which have engrossed its attention for nine months. The Senate, after a series of debates, never surpassed in 'that body or elsewhere for ability, earnestness, and patriotism, has prc scnted the glorious results of its labors totheolherbranc.il of the "National Legislature. The Peace of the Country is now in the hands of the House of Representatives; and if it bo found riot to be safe in those hands, a blow, irreparable in its consequences, will be struck, not only on the pros perity and happiness of the People ol the United States, but upon the great cause of Popular Freedom through out the world. For, if this Union cannot be preserved, and the Gov ernment established under it main tained, it will be demonstrated that UilllllUl UAIBl UllIUII IIIVII l IICJ powerful rep esentat v.eov or, n cut ov.ex..a...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 September 1850

II TORN PAGES LOOK TO VCUl INTEREST. W. L.HIGH. FORMEl'LY nt'ilie linn nf . I- Huh St Co.. ih:.I l.ne of Huh & Wiighi, Wliolfflf and 1 1 tit 1 1 Men-hams "I the city ol i).i!t., lakes tins tui-ilml 1. 1 iiifoiiit in Ihe n",!p Tennessee and inli'T in General, ili.H he ha j'isi a.l.lfi largely Hi his former sun k, and ha- now nil hand HI) exiensive stock of Dry :ols Groceries. Hardware, Saddlery, Hat-., H-mis and Shoes, anil nil t.iluT nriitln usually kept in ll.ia uniikei. wliicli I aui ! I ' r m incul hi ell ni unnsu.iliy low piiti-a for either Cash or Cnunirv Pm.iui'e. The subscriber mot respectfully requests his obi friend lo call nn.l see bun when they tint Ibilion, ' b- feel coi.lidi-nt lie can make n i their interest m do so. All kinds of I'roilm:.' taken in exchange for couils ni ili: highest ca.h prices. b ' u m. l men. Dalton, Aug.2. 18"0-u 97 JUS I' receiving si'i'l opening at our 1' nt IOUY STOUE, a l.irji. uixl well s-e-" lecinl s'nfk ni Summer and Fall (socs, urcha-e...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 September 1850

THE ATHENS POST. BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TKNN.j tflltDAT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1850. VOLUME 2. MJMHEll 103. r terms: THE POST will b) pul)lishe! every Friday t $2 per yeur, payable, within three months from the time oi subscribing; in six monlhi or $3 if piivincnt is dclnyed until the expiration of Iho yeur, Aovestiskmksts will bp Phnrecd $1 per qui! re of 12 linen (or loss) f.f (he first insertion, tinil 25 cents for eiich continuance. A liberal deduction made tn those who advertise liy the year. Persons sending Advertisement mutt mark the number of times they desire them Inserted, or thtiy will be continued until for bid ami chnrged nccordinly . (7- For announcing the nnmes of enndi date for office TntiEtt Dollars, Cash. Jot Work, such ns Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Curds, ninnies, Handbills, &.C., will be executed in a nent nnd workmanlike manner, t short notice, nnd on rensotuible terms. All letters ndilrcssed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Person...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 September 1850

i Til OS POST. S. I. 1V1XS, Kilitor and Proprietor. TERMS $2 a year, payable within three months from the time nf snbcrihing : f:J,50m 6montht,nr 3at the expiration of the year. (XT' An paper disconlumta unui ze are paid, encept at the option of the Pub- Mgnare imnJ,ecrpt ai tnt option oj '. - liner. ... . , For announcing the nanus of candidates or tfice $3, Cash. 'atiirx". fkiday, skpt. n, frr W. Thomson, is Hie auinonu ;Ti fonhp'-Posi," in the city ol lialn- tSfnl more Md. EastTkiinf.ssee and Georgia RAIt . f . i. . KOAD. The next regular meeiins ' mi Directors will he helJ on WeJuesJay, llie 9th of October nexi. PEACfTrESTORED. We have ihe crrai i IK-ation to nnnounce lo our readers this we-k, the consummation of Ihe measures in Conerejs designed to re store pt-ace nJ harmony to cur country. Ttie Texas Boundary bill amended by the bill oreaniziiu a Territorial l,.vemm?r.t for New Mexico, and the tills for i: e a: mission of California as S:ie anJ 11 'f ganizo the Terriimy of Dah...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 September 1850

m Women in Male Attire. Among the schemes advocated bv the female reformers of the present day, there is none more startling than that which aims the overthrow of distinction in costume of the sexes. As a general thins the reformers either den" the existence of this project, or forbear to advocate it publicly: but the appear ance of a pamphlet from the Brussels press, written by Miss H. M. Webber, in which the male attire is boldly and ingeniously recommended as the"most appropriate vesture for single females," removes ail doubt upon tne suujeci.anU shows conclusively that the scheme is seriously entertained. Miss Web ber is a graceful and vigorous writer, and treats the subject with apparent firmness. She adduces authorities to prove that, in early ages men and women dressed precisely alike; and that the distinction in dress which now exists, was arbitarily drawn by the male sex, in the tyrannical exer cise of power which they derived solely irom their greater physical superiority....

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 September 1850

Athens Female Academy. mHE Trustees of the Alliens Female JL Academy lespeetliillv announce to t li public that the first Session of the Inslitu lion. under its new organization, will com mence on the first Monday of September en, under the care of Miss O. E. March barks, a Principal. Being tesolved 10 use every effort to place tin institution on r equality io eve ty respect, with tlie best ol the Ititid in the courtry, 4 ml beinir satisfied thai iis present accomplished Principal will give perfect satisfaction to its pupils and patrons, the Trustees relv whh an aNdia-j confi dence upon the co-operation ol the friends of female education in their effbris to main tain Ihe insiiiuiion upon Ihe most permn nenl anil elevated position. To secure the inns' thorough and accom plished education, the course of study will be the same as is adopted in the best Fe male Academies of the country, and addi tional teachers will be engaged from lime to time, as the number of pupils increase 0 as to ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 September 1850

THE ATHEI POST. vff Y SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1850. VOLUME 2. NUMBER 104. TEltMSi TUB POST will !3 published every Fridny nt 9 J per year, payable within threo mom lis irum uio Hum ni surucritimi;; $-4,:v m six months or $3 if pit y ment is delayed until the expiration of the year. AdVKRTISKM KNT8 will b chflfgCll ft pBr qunre oi i lines (or less) for the first insertion, nml Q.i emits for each continiuince. A libernl deduction mnile to those who advertise by the year, rersnns sending advertisements must mnrk the number of times they ilcs're them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid nnd charged accordingly . fcjr For aiiiiiiiincinir the nnmes of enndi dutcs for oflice Tiihkk Dollars, Cash. Job Work, such in Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Onrils, Dlunlts, I In ml hi I Is, &c, will he executed in u uent nnd worHionnlikc manner, at short notion, nnd on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the-proprietor, post paid, will be promptly at...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 September 1850

ATHENS POST. 8. 1. IVIXS, Editor and 1'roprietor. TEH MS. $'i a year, payable icithin three from the lime of sui,rribin!: $l,Min mnii.i.t from Hmontltx.or $-ial tiie expiration oj me gcui. (gj- jVd paper Hitennlinwd until all arrear iifcjure aid, except at the option of the Pub isher. For announcing the nanus of candidates jor tffice $3, Cash. ATI1F.NS FRIDAY, SKPT.aO, 18SO. Qy VV. Thomson, is il ent for ilie "rost," in the the authorized city ot liiilti- more Md. SCPWo tako this occasion to return our tlmnktto our friend who kindly attended to the eJitorial department of our paper dur ing the two weeks we were absent from our post. CLOSE OP THE SECOND VOLUME. The present number closes the second volume of our paper, and we wish to say a word to our patrons on the subject. The expenses of publishing a sheet even of the small size of ours, are heavy, and have to be met promptly. We have no dispose tion to complain at the amount of patron age obtained eil tier ill lionie or from abroa...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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