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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 August 1852

MR. PIERCE AGAINST THE OLD RE VOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS THEIR WIDOWS, AND ALSO AGAINST THE OLD INDIAN FIGHTERS. The fucts which we are now about to bring to light, and which are fully verified by the public records of. the country, will no doubt very much astonish some of the friends of the late "unknown" democratic candidate for the Presidency. We Vill kike them in chron ological order as we find them recorded.' -First, then, as he appeared in 1 33, AGAINST THE INDIAN FIGHTERS. In the House of Representatives, Dec. 27, 1833, (teeHouse journal, page i30) Mr. Chil ton moved the following resolution for the benefit of the old Indian fighters: Resolved, Tlint a select committee be ap pointed whose duty it shall be to inquire into the expediency of so extending the provisions Of I Of the act ot Uongrcss passed 7th June, lBda, nting pensions to certain classes of troops i . - . i. - i.. r. :. : those who Were engaged in the wars against the Indians subsequent to the close of the re Finr.iii f...

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 August 1852

Montvale Springs. BLOUNT COUSTY, E. TENN. aIIIS renowned watering place ha beer opened the present season by the under iic'ned for the reception of visitors The Hotel will be under the immediate euperiutendenct of D. W. Tedford, who will pay every atten tion that will conduce to the comfort and con Tenience of Invalid!, aa well aa others, and which we think will give entire aatUfuction to 11. . The particular qnalitica of tbee Spring, and the celebrity they have attained in re atoriug to vigor the debilitated, are too well known by thousand who have tested their alficaev, to require any puffing. The'llotel ia iituatcd at the bae of the Chilhowee mountain, which i upward of 2000 above the level of the sea. The atmosphere h pure and invigorating, and the aceuery round picturesqe and romantic Montvale Spring are nine miles froraMary ville, the county town of Blount; sixteen miles vitl on the Ilnlston river, where teambots are daily arriving from C'hattanoo- manv inferior remedies thrus...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 August 1852

4k - A 1-3 S f XT r ! 1 BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1852. ATHENS 'POST ' Ttli TERMS: , THE POST is published every Friday at 42 perrear, parable in advance, or $3, if pay ment u delayed until the expiration of the year. Advertisements will be charged tl per Square of 12 lines, or less for the first inser tion, and 25 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 continue until for bid and charged accordingly. ' For announcing the names of candidates for ffice, 13, Cash. Job Wore, such as Pamphlets Minutes, Cir talars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac., will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, ft snort notice, and on reasonable terms. Ill 1 M-l. -1, 1 1 .nr.;.tn. paid, will be promptly attended to. j thcy choae to designate it, from democracy Persons at a distance sending us the names to federalism during Gen. Jac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 August 1852

-N V,Y7 V. ATIINS POST. 6. P. IVIKS. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS. i JW, payable tit advance, or timtthe expiration of Ike year. mft- JV paper dfcontinned until arrraryf err paid, except at the option of the Publisher. For announcing the name of candidal! for office $3, Caeh. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WINF1ELD SCOTT, OF KEW JER8KT. FOR VICEPRESIDENT, HON. WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, Of KORTH CAROLIHA. WHia ELECTORAL TiCMET. FOB THE RTATI AT LAROK. OUSTAVU9 A. HENRY, of Montgomery. WILLIAM T. HASKELL, of Madison. FOR TIIB C05C0RESSI0R At. DISTRICTS. 1. Nathamm. O. Tayior, of Carter. 2. Horacs Matnard, of Knoa. s. Groroe Brown, of Monroe. 4. Sam'l A. Fite, of Smith. 6. Jordan Storks, of Wilson. 6. Jas. M. Davidson, of Lincoln. 1. E. It Osborne, of Gilfc 8. John A. McEwen, of Davidaon. 9. A. O. Shrkwsburt, of Henderson. 10. Joseph R. Mosrv, of Fayette. Athens, Friday, Angast 20, 1852. MASS MEETING AT LOUDON. The following gentlemen hRve been ap pointed a Committee of Arrangements, lor tho Mass Meetin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 August 1852

- V- f t . T . From the Nashville Banner. GEN. HASKELL AND GOV. BROWN. We are really afraid that in stating what is precisely true, of the meetirtz in South Nash ville Saturday night, uiir readers . it a distance Will thiuk we are exaggerating wildly. Expectation was on tiptoe to witness the looked fur conflict. A number of persons had come in from neighboring counties ex pressly to sue it. E irly in the evening both .panics were oni wun rairuui um-.c iu me streets, and procession being formed, with transparencies. In the city, hundreds full into "the rival lines, nnd nroceedt'd with shouts and music, to the place appointed in South Nash ville, about a milo distant. I no enthusiastic turn out bv the Whir? Younr Men. was do- ltehtfiil. Hundreds had gathered in from other points, and the meeting was tremen dous -the streets full, and house-tops cover ed with men in the neighborhood. t We will attempt no description of the speeches, or account of the arguments. Gov. Brown spoke nn hour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 August 1852

. J - a.. " ,(iafff.ffffiiiEfiffftif,,ffB,faa,iii(iM mr . . 3.. ..... i , i GEORGIA SARSAPARILLA, J. DENNIS, M.D., Auoi;ta, Georgia. For Diseases of the Liner and to purify th Blood. TpniS preparation is made of the Sarsapa l rilla which grows in Georgia and South Carolina. Those who have used the various reparations will find that it produces the host effect upon the system in all diseases in which Sarsuporillo is indicated, and has a taste more like pure Sursaparilla thnn another prepara tion 'of the kind now offered to the public. The article sent South, labelled Sarsaparilla, has a sweet taste-more like Sugar or Molas ses thnn anything else which proves that there is but little or noSarsaparil a in it. The Georgia Sarsaparilla has a bitter taste, corresponding with the taste of the fresh roots which proves that it contains nothing but .Sarsaparilla, with spirit and Sugar enough to 'tvlthnost persons it acts upon the bowels as a mild purgative. Its healthy action on the Liver and...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 September 1852

Y nn BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1852. VOL. IV .-NO. 208. ld:iai ATHENS POST. it." 1 Ion. Which ijjii.ua: our'TCTTE TOST is published every Friday t di-$2 per year, payable in advance, or if pnyi "i incut 13 delayed until the expiration of the year. ADvr.r.niR'ir.T -will he charged per square of 12 lines, or les, for t lie fir-U inser tion, ami '.! cents for caeh continuance. A liberal deduction m.t'lc to those who n.lvertixe by the year. Persons sendiii'.; advertisements roust murk the number of times they desire the'ii inserted, or they will continue until for bid finil fhniMt'd neeonlinly. For announcing the names of candidal es for oflice, f:, Cash. Jon Woisk, aA n rninphlet.s, Minutes, Cir culars, Curd., Blank, Handbills, lc, will be txeeuted ill a neat and workmanlike manner, At short notion, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, pot paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons nt a distance sending us the nnmes of four solv...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 September 1852

o ATHENS TOST. S. P. IVISS. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. W1NFIELD SCOTT, OF JEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, OF NORTH CAROLINA. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET, rO THE STATE AT LAKOE. OURTAVUS A. HENRY, of Montgomery. "WILLIAM T. 1IASKELL, of Madison. roa Tn congressional Dtf thicts. 1. Natiianifx G. Tatlok, of Carter. 5. Horace Matnabd, of Knox, ft. GEonoE Drown, of Monroe. 4. Sam'l A. Fits, of Smith, fi. Jordan Storm, of Wilson, d. Jas. M. Davidson, of Lincoln. 7. E. R. Osborne, of Giles. 8. John A. McEwen, of Davidson. 9. A. G. Shrewsbury, of Henderson. 10. Joseimi R. Mosnr, of Fayette. ; Alliens, Friday, Sept. 17, 1852. HASKELL AND GUILD AT ATHENS. Monday was a glorious day for the Whigs of McMinn. Tho weather was pleasant, the crowd large, and the Whigs in tho finest spirits in tho world. Tho fame of our gal lant and eloquent standard-bearer had pre ceded him, and tho friends of the old war chief knew that his cause was in able hands. We had been told...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 September 1852

TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. At a meeting of the Bar of the third Ju dicial Circuit, held fil Cleveland, Bradley Co., iennessee, on the 9th day of September, 1852, the following proceeding were had: On motion. Hon. Geo: W. Rowlen was called to the chair, and John B. Hoyl, Esq., was appointed Secretary. J. B. Cooke, Esq., having liriolly explained the object of the meeting Introduced the following preamble and resolutions, to-wit: , Whereas, The members of the Bar of the third Judicial Circuit, h iving witnessed with fleas lire, niid satisfaction the course of the Ion. John I. Ooodall, during the time for which he has been hdldidg the Courts within our circuit, feel it due alike to real iriorit iiml distinguished ability, that we give some ex pression of the sentiments we entertain fur him both a a jurist and a genlleulau There fore, lle.sntved, That the calm, able, dignified and Impartial manner with which Judge Goodall has discharged his ollicial duties while in our midst, the correctness a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 September 1852

nr. Roarers' Liverwort & Tar A SAFE i1 certain care for Consumption of ihe Lungs, SpiMingof Blood. Coughs, Colds. Asthma, Pain in the Side, Bronchi! is, Whooi.ingCough.and all Pulmonary affections. EXTRACTS FROM CERTIFICATES WTiich can he seen in full by calling on the Agent n ml getting a pamphlet: Mr. Adam Harm a, Assistant Surgeon U. S. Navy Hospilal, New York, law-Dr. Rogers Liverwort and Tar cured a case of (he most distressiu: Asthma of twenty-six year stand- . - ,i , ir.nKu inj, isne.ij - Gacrhx WniTEiirAH, Eq., of Cincinnati, ifivs: I had the Consumption!! attended wish the most distressing cough, and discharged several qunria of blood from the Lung, and nil my friends and physician nve mo up to die, yet a few bo! lies of Dr. Rogers' Liverwort and Tar restored me to perfect henlih!! (t Anr.iri. Whitehead. Sworn to and subscribed ibis 281 h day of Kovember, 1S40. Hksrt E. Spkno a, Mayor of CinciuHO.U. Mr. Child (reside on Sixth street, t wo doors west of Smi;h, Cincinnati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 September 1852

ATHEN BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1852. VOL. VHTO. 209. TIE POST. TERMS: THE TOST is published every Friday at t'i per year, payable in advance, or $3, if pay ment u delayed until the expiration of the year. Advertisements will be charged $1 per square of 12 lines, or lew, for the first inser tion, and 25 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 thain inserted, or they will continue until for bid and charged accordingly. For announcing the names of candidates for office, (3, Cash. Jou Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac., will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, t short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at a distance seuding us the names f four solvent subscribers, will be entitled to a fifth copy grat...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 September 1852

"ATHENS POST. S. P. IVIXS. EDITOR AM PKnl'ltlETOr.. TKR.yf-S. 2 a v"tr. piv'-': in ufranc or J3 al th' rrj-irot'-'. of (In var. t9T Vo ',ni.'T di'tontlnutd until rrr:?- irti-M, eA'ptat tht option ef th uUt,?,r. for annnvuei-ig th nam't or auxlit't T-.-r fie4$i, Caih. Tra 'r.Fii'EM, GEX. WIXFIELD SCOTT, or i x :z-izr. tot. vi;e 1'i:fim:nt. HON. WJLLIAM A. GRAHAM, OF HOSTS 1 iEv-.'i. Mi LLLI TOH.1L Tit HL T. G'VTAW A. HENRY, of MerT-"rr-WILLIAM T. iUs-KIU- of i--,- :T""'i ret - j t:" ' . - Tn?.T-fci 1. N.- .-'. T'-r: !- f v-?. II ;u i Nr.J.- -f Kt'T. y. f.f.r..-.i . v ' M-vrro. 4. A in t? ;.. J l: ?5 !.!. .f " i'- T f, ,',, V v -ir:.-. T. E. It .. :' .V.e A. X:Ei :f Tut-.-. t. A- G. it. ' Kt:--rKT. Athens Friday, stpt. 24. 152. T'.tLtfZ c-e?t-.-i r : : r. rioci'v tive-.'.vri. X-.:- w. (.cos i the r.-.Lci:'il j -- A WO!lI FO?. .'l'r..SLIT. Oar last U-e evir.: itoi tvs 4:h of the -Atbr. Post-' .si v.i:y :i-.",v the 5th. Th pi7r his af-ir.c-i a c:r- i'i tion of er.e th nj;.r. 1 copter we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 September 1852

For the At hem Pout, MEETING OF THE DEMOCRACY OF MoMINN AND BRADLEY COUNTIES, AT CALIIOUX. At a meeting of llio Democrats of McMinn and Bradley counties, at Calhoun, on Satur day,tho 18th day of September, 1852, the following proceedings were had : On motion, Wu. Koarcns, Esq., was called to the Chair, and Jou.v II. Wells and Jas. C. MuCarty were appointed Secretaries. . Sam'l A. Smith, Esq., briefly explained the object of the meeting and introduced the fol lowing resolutions: Resolved, That a Mass Sleeting of the De mocracy be held at Calhoun and Charleston on Thursday, tho 7th day of October next, mid that tho people of Georgia, North Ala bama and Tennessee be respectfully invited to attend. Jlcsolecd, That a copy of the proceedings of this meeting be sent to the Hamilton Vindi cator, Dalton Times, nnd Athens l'ost, for publication. V.I. ROGERS, Chairman. Joiix II. Wells, ) , Jas. C. McCaktv, f ' Another Presidential Tic:krt jx the Fif.U). Tito telegraph reports tlint tho Souther...

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. — 24 September 1852

Rogers' Liverwort & Tar. A SAKE and certain cure for C'oiisiini.lioii of the Luna. Spitting of I"'1', t'ouilh. Colds, Asthma, Puin i" the Si.Io. bronchitis. Whooping Cough.nnd all Pulmonary affections. FATR UTS FROM CF.RTIFICATKS Which en., he wi " f" by calling on the Agent and netting pamphlet: Mn. A..a Ilni. AsswUnt bur eon I. S . Xavv Hospital. 'w York, ayw-Pr. Roger UveYwort and Tar sur.d ease of the n, distressing Asthma of twenty-si "I,J ins. Siitned Aoam Iaii.iis abl w...T.i r-i-., f, '""'"I 1; says: I had the Consun.pt !' attended with the most distressing coin:!., and d.schniged erernl quarts of blood from the Lungs, and .11 inv friends and physicians gave n.e up to die. vet a few bottle of Pr. lagers Liverwort and 'Tar restored me to perfect henltli.I (iAIIRIKI. IIITEHKAD. Sworn to a.i.1 subscribed this 28th day of November, 1814. Hj; Manor of Cincinnati. Mr. Child (resides on Sixth' street, two door west of Smith. Cincinnati.) savs: I liu.l the pulmonary Consumption,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 15 October 1852

. I ''0 I f. L. i5 I i4- BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15,1852. VOL. V.-JfO. 212. 1 JlIHj TERMS: THE rOTT is published every Friday at $2 per vear, pnynble in advnnce, or 3, if pay ment is delayed until the expiration of the year. - Advertisements will be charged tl per square of 1-2 lines, or lew, for the first inser tion, and 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements limit murk the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will continue until for Lid and charged accordingly. " For Announcing the name of candidates for office, $3, Cash. ion Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, fcc, will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. . All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. ' Persons at a distance sending us the names f four solvent subscribers, will be entitl...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 15 October 1852

ATHENS POST., S. P. IVISS. EDITOR AND 1'UPIMtlr.ToR. terms. ts yar payable "J"0""' or 13 at the expiration of the year. rtr No paper di-eontinncd until arr-arpe .repaid, except at the option of the PM,.h er For announcing the names of candidates for .fee 13. Cash. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WIN FIELD SCOTT, OF WEW JEBSET. V ' FQR VICE PRESIDENT. HON. WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, OF WORTH CAROLINA. urate ELECTHKJIU TICKET. FO THE STATE AT tAROS- OTJSTAVUS A. HENRY, of Montgomery. "WILLIAM T. 1LSKELL, of Madison. rot THE CONOIKSSIONAL P1STBICT. 1. NATTlAKTEt O. TaTLO, of Coittr. i. Horace Maynard, of Knox. K George Hijown, of Monro. 4. Sam'l M. Fite, of Smith. . 5. Jordan Storks, of Wilson. . Jas. M. Da'viuson, of Lineoln. 7. F R. OstioRNE, of Gili-s. 8. John A. McEwkn, of Davidson. 9. A. G. Shrewsbury, of Henderson. 10. Joskpii R. Mosnv, of Fayette. Athens, Friday, Oct. 15, 1S52. THE BARBECUE and MASS MEETING AT CHARLESTON ON THE 30TH. Great prepnrntions are being mndo for this ingathering of the mas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 15 October 1852

AN APPEAL FOR SCOTT, FROM THE HOME OF FILLMORE, Mr. Haven, the personal and political friend and old Neighbor of Mr. Fillmore, the1 repre sentative In Congress from the BuiTuld Dis trict, upon the occasion of his re-nomination for Congress, made a powerful and eloquent speech, from which we extract briefly as fol lows: "The signs of the times arc auspicious We liave been somewhat distracted; we have hardly known our position. There have been d m my eross currents and undur-c'tirrcnts that tlio aid Vhi; ship has not yielded readi ly to tho helm: but, air, by forberance, by toleration, by taking time for reflection, we are enabled to learn our truo position The clouds are breaking away. Tne Hag-ship, on tho deck of which walks the admiral now in command, is dearly seerf ahead in tlio dis tunce, running in a clear sea, with a free wind, for a Whig- port She Sails with true com pass. When she reaches her moorings on the fourth of March next, the present commander will be released from d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 15 October 1852

LEUTY'S HOTEL, LOUDON, TENN. " REYNOLDS t LEUTY, PROrRiKTORs. THIS is a first class Hotel, ami is eonven iently situated for passengers cither b; Railroad or Steamboats; is also the Stag Office for tlie Stage Lines leading to Cwn bell's Station, Knoxville. Juiieboroiigh, n Lynchburg, Va., and it will lie the endeavo of the proprietors to give satisfaction to a! who may fuvor the cstablUhuient with tlieit company. Sept. 10, 1852 tf 207 JOHN R0BS0N, MADISON, MORGAN COUXTY, OA., IS prepared with eonimndionsStornirc Room, ami will sell Corn, Oat, Bacon, Feather, and other Tennessee Produce usually sold in Georgia, on Commission, making prompt re turn. All the above articles are generally in good demand in Madison. Hudson, Sept. 10, 1852 6m 207 F. IIROWiVS Essence of Jamaica Ginger. THIS Essence in n preparation of unusual excallcnce. In ordinary diarrhea, incipi ent cholera, in short, in all eases of prostra tion of the digestive functions, it is of inesti- i t. i it...:.. iu. 1 ..... ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 November 1852

V'.' THE BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1852. VOL. V.-NO. 218. ATHENS PO ST. TERMS: i. THE POST li published every Friday nt ti peryear, payable in advance, or $3, if pay ment fa delayed until the expiration of the year. AnvKRTisr.MKNTS will he charged. $1 per Square of 12 lines, or lcs, for the first inser tion, and 25 cents for each contiminnce. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by tho year. Persons sending advertisements must marlc tho number of times they desire them inserted, or they will continue until for bid and charged accordingly. ' For announcing the names of candidates for office. :. Cash. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Oir- oulars, Cards, lilauks, linn. Hulls, A-c, will he executed in. a neat and workmanlike manner, &t short notice, nnd on reasonable terms. - All letters addressed to tho Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sending us tho names ef four solvent subscribers, will be entit...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 November 1852

k rn n -n ivr Ci n U rp 8. P. IVIXH, EDITOR AND I'itoritllTOIi TKIlMX.t'i ryWr 1,1 a,lva,ice or tfficef.i, Vault. Atlious, Friday, Nov. 26, 185. TO DKUNQUKNTS. Our friend who are ill arrears for sub aeription. advertising or job work, are re quested lo pay '!' ill'u"' ,1"'"v- S"l",, Ih.1k1.UhI for one, two, ami three yor-tl.e sums are small to oai h, l.ut when aggregated aro something lo u. Wo hope our friend will promptly respond to this notice. THE BLUE UIDGE. on UAHUN GAP HAIL KtAI. Some lime ago the. people " s,v,i"" manifested ii good dent of interest in repaid to this onUTrii; recently, however, we have heard but little on tlu subject. This U owing in part to the !""' 1 "' ""I'"'" ftion got out lv some mean that the projrv tor of the enterprise were not m earliest about it construction, but were only prac ticing a little piece of diplomacy to obtain from tlie city of Annst.-i tin- privilege of crossing the Savannah river with the South Carolina Kond t Hint point, W "' able to ...

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