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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 October 1849

v. . ' ''sr. ,.fir. - f :' . ' '" ' ' . ;:IlL Ji3-JJ-' jfL i li-iiJ-L - rill ' Iv' ' UY SAM. P. IVINS. TEKMS: TI!E TOST will be published every Friday m t t3 per year, pnjulilo within three muritha from the time of suhferihinj ! $'2tG0 in six niontlii or $3 if pnyment is delayed until the expiration of the yeiir. Advkstiskmknts will Lb charged $1 per Sqiinre of twelve lines for the rift insertion, nnd. 25 cents for ench Continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise hy the jenr. Person) lend i tie advertisements must nitric the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will he continued until for bid nnd charged necordinbly . (tT For nnhdtittbinfc the nnmri of enndi dntes for office Tuber Dollars, Cash. - .Jon Work, such in Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culnrs, Cards, Hlnnks, Handbills, &.c, will be executed in n nenl and workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. . All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will he promptly attended ...

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. — 12 October 1849

.1 I;' ' P. I 1 k. t v i i I ! i i I ! I i i I VN1ENS i'OST.. S. I'. lVINS, i:litor and Proprietor. TKHMS. $i a year, payable u ithin three monlitt from, the time of suhtcribing: $!,.r0 in 6 months, or $3 at fif expiration of the year. fj A paper discontinuid until all arrear ages are paid, except al lite option of the Pub lisher. For announcing the nanus of candidates for office $3, Cash. AT1IISKS, FKIDA Y.OCT. I. BC?" K. C. F.DWAitDS 'I'" asent fir ihe "Posi" for Anderson county. II is resi dence is Ross' Post-office. ley Our thanks are due to Col. William Ileiskell.ol the House of Representatives, nd Dr. J. W. Gillespie, of the Senile, for copies of ilie Governor's Message. CP The. communication signed 'Black Hawk will appear next week. STATE LEGISLATURE. The following are the oflieers elected at the organization of the Leii.I,iture. .Senate. Maj. John F. Henry, Speaker. Pr. W.I. I, Morrow, of M'Nairy, Rria . cipal Clerk. , - - - eases; Alex. Matthews, of Madison. Doorkeep er. Ho...

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. — 12 October 1849

advantages another Southern market for our produce. I respect fully be speak for this, as wel! as every other substantial project of improvement that may be presented, your liberal and enlightened regard. In this con nection, the further improvement of our rivers, ought not to bo overlooked. Many lasting advantages can be at tained by the expenditure of small sums, in the removal of specified ob structions, that now interfere material ly with the navigation of many of our streams. The details of these, their locality and estimated cost, are best known to yourselves. 'But while I am the earnest advo cate of everything that tends to ilevel ope the resources of the State to quicken and advance her growth, in agriculture and the mechanic arts, in commerce ami manufactures I am not a friend to rash and improvident expenditures. The faith of the State ought not to be impaired, or endanger ed for any improvements however desirable. And it is gratifying to our pride of character as a people...

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. — 12 October 1849

J TO lAY ANDTO MORROW. Hon'l ltl nio of M-iiMirrow! (iive me ilf i" " who'll av, Tnn when a j'lMiJ deed's in l doner, li'd 'he deed .-il t v . We may " f0'" ,n'"l ,,,H l'r''!"'iu II we ct and newer wan, Hut reiwiitrcnee t iln plmmm U h p' t'ia' c es tu ft ' ! Duii'i tell in- of I" morrow ! 'I'lif re' iiri'-h l do tn diiVt Tli can m-v-t I"- c,Mn,i!i'H- I i we iIiumv li- hour away j Ev-tv 11 " " I''IS '"' In ll-f lot'.IC "'HI lotetell 1 Til-" I v I"'1 "'' 1,11 '-'i"'i.v i ut today can ti mi r t I ! K II in" l t.i-mnrrnw t l" we 1 i Vt u;.ll lii"' i!. much H. it we have tell to do Wr rnm.'l do a' l i-t ! To tiny! 'i "s , l,!v """" Fur nil on this l'"1 a'th i II lak-s ii .'' i" f""" n A momei.i iv.m H i r 1 1 1 . cukk mis kuiuwiativu. Tho following are n-iid tu I r pil lotions for the evil of ihcu'iiatism.--As thev nro iinpl' llicv can ic l;irlv tried iv those atllicicit with those evil. Inflammatory. llnlf tin ounrc of lum, Imll nn ounco of pulverized suit prtnvput in Imlf n pint of sw...

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. — 18 January 1850

s THE ATM ATHENS, TBNN., FItlDAY, JANUARY 18, 1850 VOLUME 2. NUMBER 69. BY SAM. P. IVINS. POST. 'A I - r ft t t TERMS: THE POST will be published every Friiliij nt 92 per year, pnynble within three month? from the time of luhacrsbinq ; $-2,50 in six roonthi or $3 if payment is delayed until . the expirntion of the year. Advertisements will be charged 1 per quare of 12 lino (or lew) for the first insertion, anil 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to thote who ndvcrtisc by tlx yenr. Persons sendine advertisements i"""' mark the number of times lin y desire them ; inserted, or they will he continued until lor bid iiml churned nceprdiiii,ly . . - For announcing the names of candi dates for office Thkke Hoi.i.xbs, "a'ii. Jos Work, such as Paaiphh-i", Uiii'iH , 'ir 'culari, Cards, lllinks, Handbills, &.c, mil be executed in a neat and workiminlikc manner, tshort notice, and on reasonable term. : All letters addressed to the proprietor, post '""paid, will bo prompt...

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. — 18 January 1850

VNIENS l'OST. S. I'. IV!s, CiDtur and rrnprictnr. y'Ki'.V.S'. . a 1,'tir, j'liiiil.lf v ittin thru tminlhs fi'iin (', (inn i'f sulixi -ri'jii:'.: : $ '.,iU:n ti mrmV. nr C'.i at tin' t.r,"irc!rnt 1 1 (Lr j,'rtr. tjJ' J'fjirr dtH-nntil.tu il until nil nii'ff are j.aul, i mt jd at (In jiliun 1 1' (lie l'nh ',; r. Fnt aiin'iuni-iiig t;c 'nanus nf laitditlnlt .1 for t'icc .f .'!, Cash. A'llir.VS I'll IDA Y, JAN. It, 1H.V). ECJ- V. II. I'ai.mf.ii is iIip autborized r-reni ttt r this a r in ihe oiths ol 1'hiia dt-lphia, Dusted and New York". fCT1 R. MiTf m.1.1., Jit., Ohiiiloslon, C, will attend Id nny biiMuefs fur this pa per 111 lhat city. 53 Mr Jambs T. Asm-is y. Sr., Kins-ton, Iloane County, 'IVnncssic, 11 aulht ;ried mid r quested lo aci as tig-em 111 procuring subscriptions for tins pnpi-r. V.ditnr Putt : You are authorized and requeued to annnunce 1111' as a candidate for ihe ollice of Slo-rilf fur McMion dun ly.nl ihe enmiug March election sol j.-c 10 the decision of the pupuldr v...

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. — 18 January 1850

AN INTERESTING SCENE. Signing of run Camfokma Con stitution Tlic following scent? is described by Uayard Taylor. Tlio signing of the new constitution, whose protecting yE'-'is covers so mighty an empire on tlio Pacific, was an occasion of tlic most impressive interest. This land of gold almost seems like the land of inajjio in the rapidity of changes in the brief lapse of months. Two years ago, how little was California thought of, now it is tlio promised land of the world. Its Constitution fortunately too is worthy of its might ty destiny an J California ia clearly destined to exercise not less influence on Asia, than the Atlantic States of our Union, have on Europe. "The members proceeded to afiix their names to the completed Con Ktitution. At this moment a signal was giventhe American colors run up the flag'SlalF in front of the Gov ernment buildings, streamed out on the air. A second afterwards, tTie first cull boomed from tlio fort, and its stirring echoes came hack from one hi...

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. — 18 January 1850

THE DIFFERENT COLOR OF THE JEWS. Although the Jew becomes the subject of every form of government --from the nutocracy of Ruisia to the democracy of Ainerii'.a-lw returns his theocratic creed. Neither lnrln rism the most rude, nor civilization the most refined, have succeeded in alter ing his peculiar countenance; fur, in the back woods of the New Wor'd, and at the Court of the Hriitsli S vo. reign, ho is instantly kmwn. Tune, that changes all things else, seems to itay his rough hand when iio n oroaehes the Jew. Compare his lin- eaments when sculptured in marble' , i r. ,l. ,l, 1 ; and cast in bronze -for the arch and moiliil nf I Him sll II lvlcl- A'lth lilnsr' medal of Titus still exist A-ith those of the living Jew, and be convinced of the unchangcablencss. This perma nence of physiognomy is evidently traceable to a supernatural cause, which prevents the usual mid;(i :;itio i of feature, in order to accomplish an important object. Into this it is not our province now to enter, y...

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. — 25 January 1850

0 cZt1p I, f r nn L1UJ ATHENS, TKNN., FIUDAV, JXNUAIIY 25, 1850. VOLU-MR S. NUAIIiKIl 70. BY SAM. P. IVINS. POST P,lOrOSA(,S Ft)Il CAKKYIXU THE MAILS l. TENNESSCB. Extract from Hie act of Conxms of Zil Mivch. IS 15. trclhm Itf. "And be it further tnaclcil. Tuai it shall be the ilulv ut Hi" Posnu.ister General, in all future Ii'tunys of contracts fur Hie trans portation of the mail, to !'t the same, in every case, to the lowest bid ler tcixl-rm sullici'-nt guarantees fur faithful perfor mance, without other reference to the tnoile of such transportation iti:i:i may be neces sary to provide for llie due celerity, certain ty, and security of such transportation ; nor shall any new contractor herealter lie required to purchase out, or take at i vrl' uation, the stock or vehicles of anv previ ous contractor fur the same route." JCF Bidders will be carelul to read the f jrms and instructions appended to this ad. verlifenient. Ttiev are requested to stale, in their proposals', llie mime V ...

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. — 25 January 1850

s. V. :V!X:s I'.dlic;-ami I'roprlolnr. VV.'t.'V. K ff (f r, ,fiia'j,'i irllli.'n Hi tn- Vinitl'i ." .'' i'i:'!.' -; sui. ril,: u; ; , .',.',11 ibl (J ' a ,v' 'It1 l'n: i fp'iri'I' ii, " I'.' j , (."': -,'' ; tlh---iliiwl .Ht .'' uff"ie- .'... i '.'.- I'l 'i in;u!i ',il J - .laimane Hit .vmr.v t.i: '.v, .3; r v. i 1. rra-ni li.r i'i!i 1 ; 1 r 'i I'elp; la. !'..: ' u ni'.l ; I ',. Mi rem: 1.1. ('., v. i.. .11. mi In .any per 1:1 i!..it I'i'y. l.ir tin- ; , b"::v: aetn- ii.:. Air J m 1: ; 1 . 1: v . ; I! ane ( 'otmly, 'IV::: :tnd r tpit a-lt (! lo sat ; 6u L.-cr:i t.otis for tl.t 1 ;t in j. roi'in . x;- nii tn.-u i " i-" i:m i;'1 i'e M.iu li t b . i-i'iax i';;r I u I i:,iiv 1 I (,":;' n 1 1 1 . 0 u r . a riui'li !.: ico oi y. r i 1! ti rj 1 1 ---" r- I in '.i ! 1,1 ,.- !1 ! ). a il ( '. .:!!'.';, i'l n-i- l.l tilU (. I.MIIU CI'.Miilii' '.'! li.i' ( TiilV ci.oi.iv, Maioh 1 I' ti, 11. bb'ni' !', . ! : f i'nsi. d 10 '.;.' :i i'i"ii.'i.l.ii" M inn ci 11:1- lui ilie 1 1 1 1 i 1 H', Hi I llC...

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. — 25 January 1850

m m p p r - - " . i '.. . !r?T,B'f-,ff-'J'-,;'-?-er' ul"Ji-i:iJ"' "' - riiF.DESTiN.Tin:j.-."Do you believe in prodosii nation's" said the Cn plain of a Mississippi steamer to a clergy man wlio happened to bo travelling with him. "Of" course 1 do." "And vou also believe that what i.; to bo wiil be?" Certainly." "Well. I'm glad of it." "Why?" J 'Uceauso I intend to pass tli:it boat ahead in fiftscn consecutive mimitas. if their be any virtue in pine knots anj loaded safety valv'cs- don't be n larmod, for il the "in't to bust they won't." Hero the Divine Iioijiu) putting on iiis hat, and looking very much 1 1 1; n backing out, which the Captain seeing. he observe'!: j 'I thoi;;r!il you said you bcliovod in j predestination, and what h to bo will j be?' "So I do. but I nrcfer bom? a litilol nearer the stern when it takes place!" I i:pMl!'' !'v h Ke. J"'".!,1 H"'"'. M.ij. Ron t. A . Fay of Rn.iiw cot'niy Women are like soldiers tho mo- j to Mb Mv.:t;ia i'.. Vv'h.i.ums of Munt ment thoy h...

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. — 25 January 1850

(Continued from first jmge.) 5403. Fruit Clarkvi!le ul -1 a m. onco a week. .Monday: , Uy Richardson's, .McAllister's Cr..t I.oai.s. Tennessee I run Works, Barton's Crick, Clnrhitte. and Vernon: To OntreviUo by 11 n in next day, CI miles. Ami Imi-k U. tw 1 1 ii 1 p ii. Tuesday mid t) III IfXt dV. MOl. I'rmii Cinrl.sville ul 3 n m every ether duv; Py Luilo (iri.vn. Indian M' nnd. Omhorliinil Jr'in Wi.ik Ji.ivi'r. S'Hiiilina 1'i'i'k, Mmi.li of Sandy, ami ! -1 lir-'vi-: 'i'o I'""" bv !) P "' '"v (''' And liHck liemc-ii 3 a m, ninl 9 p m same dav. Pols for tri.weekly service will be consid ered. 5Il3. From Linden at ;i a :n onto n iveii. Itl outlay : Hv DnllMo. Pn!eline, nnd Newburg''. To Mount rieu-nm by S in. same tiny, l"1 mill1": And lu.ck between 5 a in nnd 8 n m mx iliv. ,,40Ti From IVrryville nt 5 a in. o:ia n week on Almoin ; iv Pecaiurvilie, liaih Springs, Mid Carroll. Vlp; - I O To Wnyiiesb iro' by 7 p in same dny, J- in i to-; And buck between 5 a in, mid 7 m ne.v day, 51117 ...

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. — 1 February 1850

71 BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, FfiilUUARY 1, 1850. VOLUME 2. NILUIiEIl 71. rijj ATHENS POST TURMS: THE POST will bn piiblifhed every Friilny at 93 per ypiir, payiihlo within three months from llio time of snhaerihinc; S'Vll six montha or $.1 if payment is delayed until the expiriitinn of the yenr. Advkrtish.mknts will he plinrRCil $1 per Square of 1- lines (or lcs) for the first insertion, nnil 35 cents fur eiirh continuance. A liberal deduction niado to tbnse who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they iles'rn tliem inserted, or they will he continued until for bid nnil chnrsfd neenrdinly . 05" For amumucini; the names of candi dates for odico Tiiiikf. t)oLi.n, ('ash. Jon Wouk, snob ns Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, lihtnks, Handbills, ,tc, will be executed in n neat nnd workmanlike manner, atlhort notice, and on reasonable enns. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will bo promptly ntlemled to, Pe...

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. — 1 February 1850

ATIIRNS POST. 8. P. IVIKsJ, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS. $i a year, payable within three nontu from the time of sub'tribing; $i,50i'ii Imonl'ii, or $'i at the irpirution nj the year. fJr-JV'i paper discontinued until lit arrear ages are paid, except at the option ttf the I'ub isher. for announcing the namti of candidates fur ffice $3, Cash. ATI1ESS, fr'KIDAY, l'EU. I, IC7" V. B. Pa lmkr is the authorized agent lur i ti is paper in the ciths of Phila delphia, Boston and New York. C7 E. Mitchell, Jk., Chai'eslrin, S. C, will attend to any business lor this pa per in that city. fjr Mr. JxkesT. AsBi'RV.Sr., Kingston, Roane County, Tennessee, is authorized nd requested to act 9 agent m procuring lubscnptions fur this paper. We are authorized and requested to announce TllOS. DUCK WOK I'll candiJaie lor the oflUe ot Sheriff ot Ale Mian county, at the ensuing March cite uon. OT We are Rulhorized and requested lo announce I ' I L' ht i t il V I 'I. I I.. 1 I candidate fur re-election to the...

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. — 1 February 1850

FROM WASHINGTON'. Washington, Jan. 22. The place of Assistant Secretary of the Treasury has been filled by the appointment of Mr. Allen A. II all late Register of the Treasury. Mich ael E. Nourse, who has. lor fortv years, been in that Bureau, ns Chief Clerk, is now acting as Register of the Treasury. But, I learn that it has been determined to nominate, as Register, Mr. Haines, late Secretary of State in Pennsylvania. We hear of no other official changes here. "Old Zack" is quite composed arrvdst the storm that is raging around him. He is,- ns I have no doubt, de termined upon his own course, and has the prudence to keep his own counsel. I do not find that he has dis closed to any one his purposes, and they are only to bo inferred from the declarations of his late message. He is treated with marked respect by both parties, so far as Congress is concerned. Ho has cautiously felt his way, and is, as I believe, now en tirely out of leading strings. He is now, so far as the more import...

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. — 1 February 1850

CHANCERY SALE. PURSUANT to n lcice "I the Chan eery Court, at tin Ausust Term, Ifc49, in ihe cae "I l'r"sideit nl"' lectors ol the IVmk "I Tonne-see im'inst Joel IC. H-own. I will i'w"l" mi''1 "' Couri-hoose door, in Hi" lwn -I All. fix. un ihelhh il V -il I'MTM-irv. I Ti! I Hi- (! lowitl" pieces. p r -ls i.r lr.iri o! I H'l ami town T.ils. in wit: n- tncl it oare-l i.l land t-oiit liiimir four I1 ",,ml. 1 tiled mid ninety two nml a hull ", Ivm? in ihe county of M.firn. in the 1 1 ivvns .--District. Minnie in lit" ti ' t d Ranir" I''!' ' l!ie meridian, third fractional Township, legiiminsr on ii Hum, hip oouiu " i rer ot" 'lot .n. 10, Iraicmmil Towa-Lip . Ihinl, Ramie fifth East of Hip i n-r . t i ii . j running South seven hundred sunt mtv five poh'S I" a s.ikt n the Indian hooirla- ,y line thence West ten hundred nml tor- ; ly poles Willi lli" lii'li.m boundary li'i" I') a Hake thence Nor'h seven Imn lr ! nml sixty five poles I" a Pine Mien-p East 'ii hundred mi l forty pule ill" ...

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. — 8 February 1850

irr- ... ... --... nn ATHENS, TBNN., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1850. VOLUME 2. NU3IIJER 72. SAM. P. IVINS. POST. JILr 1 IDj AT BENS 1) THE POST will be published every Fritlny nt 3 per year, payable within three month! 'from the time of subscribing; $-J,5l) in six months or $3 if payment is delayed until 'the expiration of the yciir. Aiivertiskmknts will he phnrffed $1 per square of U lines (nr lest) for the first insertion, mill 25 cents ftir'eaclrcontinuiiuce. 5V lihrnil cleiludtinn mn.lo to those who iiilvc'rlise by the year. Person! sending advertisements must 'inarlc the number of times they desire them 'inserted, or they will be continued until for- 'bid ond i chars, cd accordingly . 07- For announcing the names of "ennui 'tlntes for oflico TiinKK Dollars, Cash. Job Work, such as PnmphMs, Minutes, Or oulars.CHrds, Ulnnks, llnndbills, &.c, will be executed in a neut and workumulike manner, Btibort notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post tpai...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 February 1850

4T1IENS POST. 8. I. IVINS, Editor and Proprietor. THHMS.$la ymr, payable iriiAin three rionMi from lite time of sub'rrihing: $l,Min 6 moril'i. or al the ixiiiratiuii nj the year, fJT-.Vn paper ilhcontinmd until all arrear ages are paid, escqit at the option of Ike fub- For announcing the nanus of candidate) for office f'.i, tush. A1,1IEn5Ti',KI1)AV, Flill. 8. 11-50. Ir-p II. VV. Kino is the authorized agent lor this p;i er in the city of Phila delphia. ICP R. Mitciiei.i., Jit , Charleston, S C, will ii u end io any business lor this pa- per in ihat i'iiy. 03- Mr James T. AsBunv.Sr., Kingston, Roane l ountv, If iiiii'jn'i-, Is authorized nil requested io act its ni'iil in procuring subscriptions lur lliis paper. JO We are mnltonnl mid requested In announce THUS I Jul. k Ull 1 11 as candidate lur the nfliie ol Sherilf ul Mc Minn county, al the ensuing March eli c- lion. (fcjr We are authorized nml requested In announce 'CHRISTIAN PKTRUS. -a candidate lor re-eh-cunn Io the cilice ol Sh...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 February 1850

EAST TENNESSE R AND GEOIi ' GIA HAIL ROAD LAW. AN ACT, to aid in llie construction of the East Tennessee and (Jeorgta Rail UoaJ, passed Jan. 30, 1850. Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ten nessee, That so much of the act of the fourth of February, 18 18, as authorizes and requires the Governor of the State to endorse and guaranty tlie bonds of the East Tennessee and Georgia Hail Road Company, to the amount of three hundred and li'ly thousand dollars, be and the same is hereby repealed, and instead of said endorsement and guar anty, and for the purpose of aiding in the completion of the Rust Tennessee and Georgia Hail uoad, it shall be the duty of the Governor of the State and ho is hereby required, whenever he is satisfied that said Hail Ko ul Company, has so far progressed in the construction of s id road as to make it prudent and proper, to pro-1 cure the iron rails and equipments fur ' completing the snrno in sections of foity miles or more. Then an...

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. — 8 February 1850

CHANCERY SALE. PURSUANT in a Decree of the J" err, Owl. ni the Aulm.s. 1-rm. 1849. in the case ol ll.e I'reside-H and !. ,erlnr. nl ll.e ISn.k nl Tennessee nsnn.: J..fl K. Drown. I will expose to hi'" a Coiin-linose door, in Hie town Alliens n .he Dili d .y u KeUuarv, M' lowim- p.cces. panels or tracts n! ' ""' tuvvnlots. lo wit: '" I;""'-' land roulainins lour thousand eil I Mm tlieJ on J nmeiy ln and a half "cr.-.. Ivnifl , ,,e cnuiilv of M.n.ro". in the Il;;v:.- ee District. siiii.Hi- in Hi" Rani.'!' .-" i.l llie meridian, ll.ir-l Irani. .nal Tow nh i. beuinnin" on ii (iin'i, ili'' s'""1 r".'' rpr of lot N-. I". tratciontil 'I'-";.1 : third. Kaie li ill Ivifi "I 'I'" " er.di.iii. rtinnin-: Poiuli s-vhi lmnlr.-il mid 'ixiv five poles M a n.lie on l!i" I"'1"1' t;fin ti. : ,y line thence West leu himdn -I and Im ly pulps willi Hi" Indian l-ci-Kiil-irv I n- " ialt 'heme N.n'h seven hundred anil titty five pel. s in a i'iiiel!.eiiee I'.nsl tell hundred nil I li.nv poles lo ill- U-jinn...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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