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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 May 1851

if iajtlJB-B.I:.iVl'LllJpIC5eKg?Jlg-V.-litwajLUll. SMI r I From the Acte York Sun HIGHLY IMPORTANT NGWS Wcaro permitted to cxtrnct the following news from Port Principo. received in this city yesterday, by Jcitpr to a Cuban gentleman of great jfespe'etnbility, who vouches for its truth and correctness. Pout rniNCiPr:, May 4th, 1851. The signal for our rising has been given. Yesterday afternoon a prcat outrapo was perpetrated by Spanish despotism in this city. Nine of our most eminent, talented and wealthy citizens were simultaneously arrested and taken to prison, and this morning, Jong before nay, closely guarded, rbuo partida do retristro they were sent off, to Havana, and the dungeons of the Moro, The names of the individuals arc as follows : Don Scrapio Recio, Lawyer. Joseph It. lietancourt, lawyer. Ferdinand Belannourt, Lawyer. Manuel Arango, Lawyer. Joaquin Rivera, Lawyer. Francisco Varona, Planter. Francisco V. Batista, Planter. Francis Quczada, Planter. Salvador ('isneros, Pl...

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. — 30 May 1851

Merchant Tailoring Establishment ! ENULEDOW & CO., North siilc of the Public Square. .Hhcns, Tcnn., nAVF. j list received their supplies of SPUING and SUM.VIEU GOODS, comprising the best selected assortment ever brought to this niniket. There is no mistake about il it is juct that way. Their stock consists in part of the following ar-liclt-s: Black and Foncy French Clulha, Cash rerelts, Urap d'Ele, black liueens Cloih, Morino. Cashmere, Silli and Wool Tweeds, black Doeskin and Fancy Cassimers a superior lot; While and Figured Marseilles Veslings, Uinck and Fanry Cashmere Vest" ings, a lot uf g'od Silk Veslings; extra saner Linen Drillini for Pants; a good lot of bilk and Gum Suspenders; a splendid lot of Cravais and Ties, black and fancy Silk, Satin and Linen; Genu Hdkfs; white! Silk, and wlme and colred Linen Gloves, a good lot of black and fancy Kids, black and fancy Silk, and Thread; Heady Made Shirts; a lot of super Linen and Shining; a large lot of super Silk and Leghorn fl...

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. — 6 June 1851

V BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: THE POST will e published every Frirtny nt S3 perypar, pnynhle within three months from the time ol 'subscribing; .CQ.SO in six tnontlii or $3 if payment is deluyed until the expirntion of the yeiir. Ai)Vkrtifmhnt8 will be ohnreed S1 per tfjiiarc of 12 lines (or less) for I he first insertion, 'lind 23 cents for ene.h continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who ndvertiee by the year. Persons sendin? advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid nnd charged ncr.ordinc.ly . ffc7" For nnnmincin? the -names of candi dates for office Thiikk Tlni.Mns, Pasii. Job Won, sncb as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Curds, nianks, Handbills, &,c., will be executed in n neat nnd workmanlike manner, D't short notice, nnd on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will bo promptly attended to. Persons nt a riistnnro sending us the names nf four solvent subscribers, will...

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 June 1851

ATHENS POST. 8. 1 IVINS, Udltoraud Proprietor. TERMS. $2 year, payable v ithin three months from the time of subscribing ; $i,Min t months, or $3 at the expiration nj the year. 07 JVb paper discontinued vtttil all arrear ages are paid, encept atVte option of the i'ub- titer. For announcing the names of candidates for office $3, Cash. FOR GOVERNOR, GEN. WM. B. CAMPBELL, or SMITH COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS, JOSIAD N. ANDERSON, Of MARION COUNTY. ATHENS, FRIDAY, JUNE 0, 185 M, ( The Circuit Court for folk county meets next Monday, the Dili. Bacon. The last Atlanta Intelligencer quote fitcor: it 11 to 121 cent, hog found. C7JA considerable portion of our pres ent number it taken op with matter in re lation to the Railroas. We shall probably in a week or two be able to find room Cora greater variety. Monroe Countv. We understand that Geo, Brown, Esq.. of Mediebnville, i a candidate for Representative from Monroe county, Mr. Brown is a gentleman of ac knowledged abilities, and if elected, will m...

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 June 1851

V For the Athena 1'ost. TO THE DEMOCRACY of the FLOAT ING DISTRICT. I sea in (lie Alliens Post of May 30th, a letter over Iho signature of S. Sutnmy, Eq. jn which lie has made soma statements thai are not correct. While at Monroe Court, 1 was one evening going from tho Court (muse to my room at Ilia Hotel, and 'Squire MeClory called to mo to come there, wlinre he and 'Squiro Summy wero sittinz- loffntli- er. I turned to where they were, and they were joking each other aliotit being caridi' dates. 'Squire McClnty end to run, thnt Summy said if lie became a candidate we would settle the matter so that one would bo oil' tho track. I supposed it was oil Inn between the two Squires, and pn id some, thing in reply for thu purpose of carrying out the joke, and went on my wnv; and now Squire Summy says I told R. W. IIc Clary ihnt if he became a candidate for Floater, ho and myself would snttl; our claims. As tho old saying i, the Squire must take all jokes in good earnest. A day or two afte...

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 June 1851

mail wwj&ffxttr'.r?? " '"g? Merchant Tailoring Establishment ! EXGLEDOW & CO., JVoWA sic r Pullie Kqua.-c. .3iv, 'H'ttiit., OAVE f list received iheir supplies of Sl'RINO and HUMMER GOODS, comprsini! Ihe liest sflcclcd ns-oriincni ever bnug.V. 10 tins ma-lift. There is n mistake about it ii is ju-t that way. Their s-ork consols in pari of the following- ar CU!ack nnd Hncv French Cloths, Cash leretts, Drnpd'Ete, Mack ('tieeus Cloth, Moriuo. Cashmere, Sill; and Wool Tweeds, black Dueikin and l-'nucy Casnniers n pupvrior lot; White and Figured Marseilles Vasiings, Black and Fancy Cn-huiere Y'esl ings, n lot of good Silk Votings; extta super Linen Drilling for Punts; a good lot of Silk and Gum Suspenders; a splendid lot of Cravats an I 'i'n'S. hl:u:k am! laney Silk. Satin an I Lim-n; Outs i Mi.!':-; white Silk, and wlntH an i colred Lin-n Gloves, n good lol of b!,i-k nnd fancy Kids, black nod laucy Siik.aml Thread; Heady Mad Shirts; 2 lot cl r-upt-r Linen and Shirting, n large l...

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 June 1851

nn i. i a nn HENS POST. f BY SAM. P. IVINS. TR resist THE POST will Ve pulilisliml every Friday it 2 per ypur, pajaliln within three months iroin me tunc ol suhscriniiiff; S'.',.ll in sin months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration oT the year. AnvKnTisp.siEsTa will be charged $1 per Square of 12 lines (orloss'i for the first insertion, find 2. cents for each continuance. A liberal 'Deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons tending advertisements must irr.rfik the number of times they tesri them inserted, or they Will be f.r.ntinueu until for bill anil chnractl necordintly . ' ftjT" For annonncing the names of candi dates Tor office Timkk Dor.iAus, Cash. , Job WonK, sr.c'h as. Pamphlets, M iiiules, Cir- "culn'rs. Cards, lilanks, Huinlhills, ifce., will ie vnecntod in a neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, po'ot nniil. wi'fi bo nrnmntlv ntlended to. Persons nt n distance tendinc ns...

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 June 1851

ATIIENS POST. 8. 1. IVISS. Editor and Proprietor. TFH 11S.$1 a vcr, payable trithin three months from the time of subscribing : $3,50 in Smonths.or .) the expiration of the gear. ffj- JVo paper discontinued until all arrear ,e7frepaid,eseept at the option uf the Pub- "'fhr announcing the name s of candidates for tffice fi.Ciisli. ATI1KV. Fit ll AY, JUXK 13, 1851. " l'OU GOVERNOR, GEN. WM. B. CAMPBELL, OV SMITH COUNTV. FUR rONT.RFSS, mm M. ANDERSON, OK MBICW IOISTV. SCP We imul remind our friends, "Hie candidate." that our r!e is to require Ihe Cash for announcing names. It is al wny i'fl to solllt! llmso things in advance of tin- elect ion, for when a man ! been liailly bra'cn, n will somo'.imes happen when there is a nmltipliciiy of candidates, it is riipleasnnt to linve to refresh liis memory or any fulijict connected with the canvass. THE TWENTY-THIRD- Tne candidates lor .j"vi-rnir o.v . . Mi w. u,, tlmt i riHvi-miid on me 2JJ. Wo warn mot they will take the cars at Chattanooga f...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 June 1851

FULL CONFESSION OP THE COSDEN MASSACRE The parties all in Custody. -We received last evening the following hasty letter from our correspondent at Chestertown, written yesterday morn ing, a half hour after the confession to which it alludes was made. It will be seen that a full development of this bloody transaction has been made by one of the parties to the deed, and that nil of the accused participants nrc in jail : Chestertown, May 2(5, 1851. Gentlemen : Wo have now a con fession of one of the parties under ar rest for the Cosilen massacre, which is thought to be worthy of credit. About the time of the murder, a man by the name of Hand, living near Blackbird suddenly, nnd without assigning any reason, left bis home nnd went to New Jersey. A few days after bis wife also left. The movements of these people were of course regarded ns suspicious, nnd efforts for somo time past have been made to obtain a a knowledge of their whereabouts, A few days since Mrs. Hand Was brought to Cheste...

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 June 1851

Merchant Tailoring Establishment ! E N (3 L E D 0 V & CO., JVtirth side if the Public iVmirc. itliens, Tftui., nAVICiiifl received llieir supplies d! SPUING and SUM M Ell GOODS, comprisnm the besl selected nsorlmein ever brouc;.! In 'Ins ina'kel. Tlirre is no mistake about H II is j "t thai way. Their g'ork cousins in pari of Hie lollo.ving- ar sjcles: ljlack and Vnnrv French Cloths, Cash niPTi Ux, Prap d'Ete. black Quimmis L-lolli, M"1'"!). Cashmere, Silk and Wool Tweeds, bhuk Uettin iind I'ancv Casstwrs-a superior lot; "vVt.iie and Figured Marseille Vesiinss, B!aii ami Fancy Cashmere Vest ins, a lot id 2'iod Silk Vesting.; extia super Linen Pril.ini: I'm PjiiU; S""'1 l"1 of bilk and Cum siinpender-; a splendid lut ol Cravats and 'I'll s. It; k and lancy Silk.Saiin and Linen; tieni- I Idkh-; while fciili, and while and i-ulred Lmeti Cloves, a "od lot u f black and fancy Kids, black mi'd lancv Sii!., ami Thread; Ready Made Shiris,' a lot ol ?up'-r Linen and Shirting; n large Inl...

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. — 27 June 1851

TORN PAGES THE ATHEI BY SAM. P. IVINS; ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY JJJNB 27, 1851. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 144. POST. TERMS: THE POST will e published every Fridny nt 9i per year, pitiable within three months Iroin the time ol gtihicnhtng; $,lu in six months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the year. Advkhtiskments will hp phnrged $1 per tqnnre of 12 linos (or let") for the first insertion, and 25 cents for ciir.h 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 he continued until for bid nnd charged accordingly . ftr" For announcing- the names of candi dates for office Tiirrk Dollars, Cash. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, &,c, will he executed in a neat nnd workmanlike manner, at short notice, nnd on rensonnhle terms. AlHetters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will he promptly attended to. Persons ...

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. — 27 June 1851

TORN PAGES ATHENS POST. S. 1. IVINS, lidlloranu Proprietor. TF.RMH.i la year, payable nithin three months from the time of subvribing : $i,M)in 6 months, or $ 3 at the expiration of the near. (Vj-jVo piper discontinued until all arrrar ujes are paid, ecepl at the option of the 1 ub- ""' announcing the names of candidate for office $3, Cash. atiiexs. Fiunw, ju.vg ar, last. vnn noVRRNOR. CE.V. mi. R. CAMPBELL, or smith countv. VOR CO.VfJRF.S3, JOSftn fflf. ANDERSON, OF MARIOS COUNTY. THE RAILROAD EXCURSION. Monday lost was a great day for Cleve land. Tho public had been notified that in consequence oflho discussion between the candidates for Governor, inducements would be oftYrcd for an excursion lo Daltnn. Ac cordingly nt five o'clock in the morning a vory larje company of ladies and gentlemen rcpnired lo ilia railroad station. A magnifi cent spectacle here presented itseli. I ho splendid iron horse, "Hiwassee," champing Ins bit, puffing and snorting, was already beginning lo cvinco ...

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. — 27 June 1851

POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. IN STRUCTIONS AND DECISIONS. The Postmaster General has issued three circulars Train which wo glean the Tallow Postage stamps are to be Tarnished to one or more of the principal postmastori in each county, who will furnish them to o'her postmasters on demand, if paid lor on deliv ery. The people can purchase these stumps of the postmasters having them for sale. Postage stamps can be used in pre-pay menf on letters to foreign countries, in all cases where payment can be made in money. By the New Postage Law, it is a felony to forge or counterfeit a stamp, or to sell or have in possession with intent to sell the same. The penally, on conviction, is nut exceeding $5000 fine, or imprisonment for five years, or both. And to use or attempt to use a stamp, that has been used before, is subject to a penalty of 850 for each of fence. Five and ten cent postage stamp, now in use, will not bo received after the 30th of tho present month, and all persons holding nucli. 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. — 27 June 1851

TORN PAGES Merchant Tailoring rinlilifl)imQnt I ENGLEDOW & CO., North side of the Public Square. fftcus, Tenn., HAVRiii'i received their supplies of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, comprising ine best selected assortment ever brougli! 10 this market. There is no mistake about ii it is just that way. Their nek consists in part of Hie following ar ticles: Black and Fsncv French Cloths, Cash, aieretts, Drap d'Eie, black Queens Cloth, MoriaO. Cashmere, Silk and Wool Tweeds, black Dttikin and Fnncv Cassimerj a utitrior lot: White and Figured Marseilles Veslings. uiacK anu i ni:y iiiranii , irts. a lui of good Silk Veslings; exiia kuper Linen Drilling for Pms; a pood lot of bilk and Gum Suspenders,- a splendid lot of Cravais and Ties, black and fancy Silk. Satin and Linen; Gents Hdkfs,' white Silk, and white and culred Linen Gloves, a good lot of black and fancy Kids, black and fancy Siik, and Thread; Ready Made Slnris; a lot of super Linen anil Shirting; a large lot ol super Silk and Leghor...

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. — 4 July 1851

a nn BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATIIENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1851. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 145. rm POST, TERMS: THE POST will "e published every Friday t $3 per year, payable Within three months from the, time of shWscribint;; $2,50 in six months 'or $3 if payment i delayed until the expiration of the year. Advkrtuements will be chareed tl per qnaro of 12 linns (or loss) for the first insertion, and 2.1 cents for enoh continuance. A liberal 'deduction made to those who advertise by the year. IV r so ns sending advertisements must tnark the number of times they desire them "inserted, or they will be continued until for ' 'bid ami chart-ed aconrdin&ly . ftT Forannnuncinir the names of candh 'dates for office Thuf.r Doli.aiis, Cash. Job Wonk. such as Pa mnhlots. Minnies. Cir "Culars, Cards, Wanks, llundhuls, kc, will be executed in a nea'l and workmanlike manner, lit short notice, ahd on reasonable terms. All letters adlreisod to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to.. , Perso...

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. — 4 July 1851

AT1TEXS TOST. S. V. IVISS. Hdltorand Proprietor. n:RMS.$-2a year, payable Kithin three month) from, the lime of ,uberilnng: $l,Wtn 6montti."' .$3o the expiration of the year. ivv .Vo piper ditronlinued until all arrear aneiirepaidxcept at the option of the l'ub- "fbr announcing the names of eandidalei for eJtce $3, Cash. ATHENS, FRIDAY, JULY t, 1851. FOR GOVERNOR, GEN. WSI. B. CAMPBELL, 0 BMITII COUNTT. FOR CONGRESS, JOSIin M. ANDERSON, OF MARION COUNTV. NOTICE. This paper is now verging towards tlie close of its third volume. There is a largo mount due on tho office books for subscrip tiom and advertising, iomo not having paid any thing; from ihn start. We want to enlarge and otherwiso improve tho pa per, but we cannot do unless those who art indebted pay tip. So, come gentlemen, end in the funds remember, we are only skin" what is dtie. Don't forget the Dinner today by tho La dies of the Methodist Church. The pro ceeds are designed for a most praiseworthy purpose. Tho poetical con...

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. — 4 July 1851

TriE MuniiEnnn Caught.-A young than named Peterson, aged about 18 vcars, who had worked a short time at the saddler's business with a citizen of this vicinity, and who was suspected of having murdered Mr. Merriweath er on the road between this place and Memphis, not long since, has been apprehended. lie was taken, we un derstand, in Grenada, and passed through Hernando yesterday in cus tody en route to Memphis. VVe learn that he denies having committed the murder himself, but says an accomplice did it. The most of the clothing belonging to the de ceased was Found in his possession, the liorse ho acknowledged ho had sold, nnd most of the money taken from Mr. Merriweather, had been spent. He also stales that there is a large plan nssrmintprl tnnrfllhnr. tn ivfiirh lifi belongs, for the purpose of making robbery and murder a profession. n ' 1 ne peace ann sniety oi mo citizens , of the country demand an investiga tion of this matter. North Missis- stppian. We learn from our Memphis pa ...

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. — 4 July 1851

fr ZF?iiH1PLi- TPS.' Merchant TailoringlFemale Academy Establishment! EXGLEDO.V & CO., AbWi side tf the Puhlie Square. .H.'i'iCHS, Tdill., II YF. ini received their supplies nl WltiW ami Sb'MMl'Ui GOODS, comprisiiu the lift selected assortiiit'iil ever brought to this iti.i'liet. There is no mistake n I j out ii it is just thai way. Tlieir I'nek consists in part of the lollo.ving ar ticles: . . , , niacls 1 Fancy K retic.t t loins, i,asii rrieretts, I Jrn p .1 t,le. Nicu 7 Mnrisn.CaJ-Kiere.Sillr mid Wool 1 weeds. Mask UfffsMa tin I l.uicv Casr miers a sijpeuvlst: Vt:it-t .md Kv'nreJ Marseilles Veslin-s, Black .:.! 1-'.: t! v Cashmere Vest invi. a 1.4 el' sooil Hi!!; Vesting; extta super Linen Driliin:! lor VmU a good lot of hi I If and Gnu Suspenders; a splendid lot of Cravats and Ties, black and fancy Silk, Sum and Linen; Genu HdklV; white Silk, and whire an I colred Linen Gloves, a iood lot of bl.i -i.- and fancy ICuls, black and lancy Si',', and Thread; Ready M-de Shirts; s l...

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. — 11 July 1851

HE ATM BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TBNN., FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1851. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 146. T POST. TERMS! THE POST will H nuhli.herl everv Fridav nt 93 per year, payable within three months irom me lime ol mhicrihinr i w,50 in ti roontht or $3 if navment it delayed until the expiration of the var. AnvRRTiiRMRNri will he chareed SI per square or 13 linei(orleM) for theflrtt intertion. and 2: cents for each enntintinnee. A liberal deduction made to thoae who advertise by the year. I'eriont lemlin advertisements mutt mark the number of timet the desire them inserted, or they wilt he continued until for bid and charged anoordintly. ftfr For annnnncinr the nnmet of candi dates for office tunr.r. Dom.b, Cash. Job Won ic, mtch Pa mphlpts, M imitet. Cir Cilia re, Cards, Rlnnks. Handbill., fta., will he executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, at thort notice, and on reasonable term. All letters addressed to the proprietor, pott paid, will he promptly attended to. Persons At a distance tendinr n...

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. — 11 July 1851

ATHENS POST. S. P. IVIXS, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS 2 Vfar papahle iriihin three montht from the time of subscrihinr : $l!fflin t month i. or fdal me erptraiwn n, nir,,.. (trJfa paver discontinued until all arrear mgesarepaid'eneepl at the option of the Pub- " For' announcing the names of candidates for afllct $3, Cash. ATHENS, FRIDAY, JULY II, 1851. FOR GOVERNOR, GEN. WM. B. CAMPBELL, Of MITH COUNTY.J FOR TONORF.SS, J0SIS1. M. ANDERSON, Of MARION COCSTV. NOTICE. Thia paper now verging towards the close of its tliird volume. There is a large mount due on the rffice bonks for subscrip Iinna and adverliini?. some not having paid any thin" from the siart. We want to enlarge and otherwise improve the pa- kul u-noannnl iln an lin'.PSf ihnre who r(i v ' ra indebted pay up. So, come gentlemen' tend in Hie funds remember, we are on.y taking what ia due. (r SI outd the render fsil to find tl e cft-al mount of interrsiinc matter in ibis week's paper, he will please act it clown to the acor...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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