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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 September 1856

J BY SAM. P. IYINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1856. vol;viil-no. 4ig. - TEBHIII THE POST Is pahlUhKl ever Fridaj si 11 per year ftarable In adrance, or SS, If payment Is delayed until Ike expiration f th. year. Ativertinenent win be chars-ed 1 per square r li lines, or Its, tot the Bret nxeerllwr, and toenii Mr aeh tout'naanoe. A liberal induction made to thoie wha e-lsrlse By nV Far. tSPPereonssendlnradYer tleement smart auk the amber of times th,y desire them Inserted, or they will be continued antll forbid sod eharged aeeordine J..Jgt Par announcing the names of candidate! for office, S3, Vaoh. Obituary notices over If lines, chariest at the regular adrertisluf ratee. All eenuniulcatloas Intended to promote the prlrate jndser Interests of Corporations, Soeietiee, Schools or Individuate, srM be sharped as advertisements. Jek Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, o., will be executed In good Style, and on reasonable terms. , All letter ad...

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 September 1856

ATHENS POST f. P. IVINS.EDITOB AND PROPRIETOR. Tors-si) a Jtr, paraM la advance, c IS at h crpirMtaa ! lb feu. No paper discontinued until all arrearage are paid, zoept at th option of the Publisher. Par aaaewKlnf than ante of caudiJmtn for office 15, Mb. Obituary Notleuovcr llllntl.cbarj-td at (he regular dvertifinf rate. j- All eonuaunicaUoos Intended to promote the prlret ad or InMreaU of Corporation. Societies, Schools or IndlTidaal, wlU k charged M adrartUemenu. Xl.o FOB PRESIDENT, . MILL11ID riLtJIOBE,; or saw roai. , , POB VICE PRESIDENT, v . 1XDBEV JT. IMfflE-SOIi or tasssssis 4 Aasierieam EliUa;l Tie k' FOB THE STATK. WEILL 8. BR0WW, of Davldson HORACE UAYNARD, of Knox. . T rot Tit MSTBICTS. ' 1l DUtrlet. O. Tatlos, of Carter. . td " Mnas Ws i,of Knos. Id - RaaaaB. Bataaoa, of Hamilton. 4th 11 ' W. P. Hictaaaos, of Cuff. Bth " Itoaaat Hittos, of Wllioo. (tk ' W. H. Winaaaa, of Bedford. Tth " 0. C. Caowe.of Olle. 8th J. M. Qoiun, of Moutaomery. ih lno R. Htwims, of Oarroll. ...

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 September 1856

THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED n .y. ' 1 STATES. t'tUow-dtiteni: TWe nre" circuntstnncrs fchich call for the appeal we make ' to your MUt earnest attention. Th times appenr to til startling abd critical. Triers ars aspects in jsa prndingci.ntest for tlie 1'reaidency, which re very uiiusanl end Important. We cannot, theferoW, forbear freely to communicate eome f our apprehensions, before we separate here, and to cull upon you at once to look full in the face any dangers which rany seem to im pend over the greatest popular government On earth. Two of the political parties in the country nave pitched a Presidential battle upon see. lionni issues and of ao fearful a character as to stir -the deepest passions of the American people. Though in seeming conflict, it can Ut be diiguised, that those parties have in such sort co-operated as to press upon the country one exciting issue after another, nntil, by dint of continued exasperation, they liuve nearly succeeded in arraying, in linntile col um...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 September 1856

AYER'S mi in cirfaf the Sick tt ai citcit nerer before kiowi ef aij Me-Jclie. INVALIDS, RUB INS JDDC1 FOR I0DRSSLVI8. JULES HAUEL, P.., V writ keowa BerAiaaer, oi Ckewaut Biraaf, rniiaaeipfira, waaa (Mm prunac an sound at almost vry toilt,aay i M f mm bannv mhth Tour uniinn Pills, thai I hav faaad thM a better family aaadicia, fct cwnaw aw, lhaa any athar wilhia air kaowkedg. Maay af my grind bar realised marked bAi Ina taeen, ad co incide wiia M ia believing thai they tomies eilraocdinary virtue for driving am tint and euriai trie asck. They ara IK oalv edactual, kal a aad laanl la be takaa juantt waieh awe auk (baa valued ajr lb sajMk, Tba vaaanMa Cbaaenof WAIDLAW writes I I timore. J vera, loo i . an. f a i I kava lakaa vcaar PUls with mat aMMUlrfct Um Uerleasneae, languor, anas 01 apptiivs, Ml lilioiu BuaaaiS., wbKk ae of UK n ovetakea Be ia lha spring, A fcw dote of your Pill eared aw. I ban awed vour Cherry Pectoral aunr raara la my family A cough and eolda with eaauling aucca...

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. — 19 September 1856

: '& inf.;. BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1856. VOL. VIII.NO. 417 , TEKJ1S! ' THE POST I published every Friday at tj per year narahl i advance, or SH, It payment U delayed until 111 .xpiraiio of the year. Adrcrtineinmla will b charred tl per square of 19 lines, or less, for the Brat Insertion, and 0 cents for aaon coutinoance. A liberal deduction made to those who adrertiae by the year. Iff Persons aendioit adver tiiementa must mark the cumber of times they desire Uivm inserted, or they will be continued ontil forbid and , charged. aoeordln;ly.fl3 Kor anuouncinf the uainel of candidate! for office, $5, CnK. i Obtraary notices ver It lines, charged at the regular advertising rates. All communications Intended to promote the prlrate ends or Interests of Corporations. Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged aa advertisements. .fob Wnrk, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Harris, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in good style, and on r...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 September 1856

ATHENS POST. . P. IVlNe.EOITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: a year, payable la advance, or 13 at txpiraUee: of the yaar. Iw Waaapee aiacontlnaed antll all arrearages art pari, except at the option of the Publiaher. For announcing the bum of candidate! for office 13. Obituary Notices ever 11 lines, caured at tha regular advertising ratee. All oonuauDicatiaaa rntendrd to promote tha private f Intareate af Oorporattmt, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged aa adTertluminu. Tlio roople'B Tloltet, FOR PRESIDENT, niLLAUD 1'ILLiIOREi . . or aa voax. . FOB TICI PRESIDENT, ANDREW J. DO.HEL.SOK, or Timeasia. Amarlcan Eltettral Ticket. " ton TBI STATE. NEII.L 1. BROWN, of Davidson. HORACE MAYNARD, of Knox. ma TtTarBirra lit District-N. 0. Ttui, of Carter M 4th 5th eth Tta 8th tth 10th Mnaa Wun If nw HiksbB. BaiBo,of Hamilton. W. P. Hiniiwol, of Coffee. RoaaaT IUttoi, of Wition. W. II. Wismm of Bedford. 0. 0. Caowa.or Oilea. J. M. Quiaua, of Montgomery. Ihiao R. HiwiiNa, of Carroll. Joei...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 September 1856

LETTER FROM HUMPHREY MAli : ' SHALL The following pntriotio Utter from tlie Hon. Humphret Marshall, of Kentucky, in reply Ut an inviUtion to be present at tliu liite Union celebration at Cincinnati, should be read by every voter at the South: Wahhiiigton, Aug. 25, 1856. Jiff Dear Sir I wish I e""'d eoinuly With your urgent request that 1 ahould bo v tireaent at the Union meeting of the cilixetis of Olitoand Kentucky, at Cmcinnali und Covington, on Hie 27th inst But my duty n a Representative of the people forbids my absence from ainn'e vote to be taken at this extra session of Congress, and I ahull not be absent from one, if my life ta pre served, ahould the ausniun last until next March. Ifl were with you, I should any to my countrymen that tliu safety of the Republic depend upon the election of Milliard Fill more to the I'reHidtincy, and that, in iuv hum ble opinion, if they are not wine eimui'li to determine the matter ill that way, they will not be wine enough to save thu Union....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 September 1856

ATEll'S if Are caring the Sick to an extent never Before knows of any Medicine. INVALIDS. READ AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. JULES HAUEL, Eta., lb. well known prfum;. of Chestnut Html, Philadelphia, whoa ebon products i an fnui4 al almost weary kulet, .aye i , y 1 m hippy lo asy of yuur C.TM.avic Tiu, taut lun t.e tliea. a bett.r fcunllr iw1ki., "" Me, thu My Mlmr wilkia my kmnmMf. Many "J frtaod. hav. realised marked b.nu ""V ii.ud.with in. bsli.ving ibl ibey P"1 virtue, for driving out dl- d I"U2 TI ,;k: an not only snVtusl. but aafe ('""' .Uf.7," aliiie. which must mak. tb.ni valued by P""e. when thy an kaowa." TrTwrewbl. Ch.ne.llo, WAKDLAW writ- from W- SKl'St'S?.'! b. Wk.n voer WttM-Ml mat ben.nl, a.r U Ihnlessness, languor, low of PP"J'. Ed Bilious Ud.cn., wbicb ba. of ! owrtakni S la th. spring. A few dose, of your Pill. eur.d w. I uwdyuur Chny Pectoral a.any years In my family lor coughs aud euidi with unfailing snoraaa. You anas. BMHticiiM which cmr, , and I fcol It a pleawr. t...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 September 1856

; -- r . , :71 .1 : I ; V . .-I 7.- , .- . .'' BY SAM,, p. ivins; ; ATHENS, TfiNN., FRIDAY,. SEPTEMBER 26, 1856. V. V y jKIin fF.nittiit Till POftf Ii joht(he.i every Friday at 9 per yeir payable In iidTiirtce, or 8, If payment Is deluded until n expiration. i ine year, A vflvlUaiManta will hat fha rMrf ftl mm mhih tf 19 lines, or lets for the flint Imertlon, and AO cent Mr Wch nntlniiitnce. -A liberal deletion tnsde to those ha advertise by the jrer. fJTPsrson sendlns; sdrer II menu mu't murk the number of tlmee 1herdeslr Vhem in Belted, or they will be continued until forbid and thirfed accordingly-.. , .fc .For announcing the nnmci or candidates for one, f 5, Va. .j i . , . Ohltuar notlcci mr 14 lines, charged at the regular advertising rate. AN communications Intended to promote the prlrate indsor Interests of Corporations, (ocletee. Schools or individuals', will be charged as advertisement'. V, Jnb Vrkaincti aft Pamphlets, Minute. Circulars, arlr, Rlanki, Handbills, Ac, frill b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 September 1856

fsnTllMnkie I I n Fi V A r It t I vw rtAiiuAi wi- promow wit-cncllv orffnn znl on of t.n . . lTUW,nITOK AMD rsomirro, Mr riHM mt Ik. 1 Ts . mmm W as . MM, NM HlwUiHl Mt ! TO HHWk, Ik. um ,f UMlid.U ft (, AHmmimImmIMmh teatWMfeth prints toft rkniDiNT, riLLRtRE, , : or saw row. . mnoiriniMKT, -' 1MIW X. BONELSOIVt C ' I A'la Blitttral Ticket. ..... ."TI' WT. : Kltnj, g. BROWN, of DstMtoo. HOJUOi MATMA&D, e?W I? """"-"'J- vua, of Osrtsr, ' M , 4 Ml , Mi 10U - - hwh nini.nr Kn ) Bssssos.orHsmntoa, w. p. Hicttasxm, of CosVs. ptT ninoi, or wn.oo. W. II. In., of Bedford. 0. 0. 0ow, of oiks. . . Qcjilm, of Moiitromsrr. Juso R. Hiwir.i, of Osirolf. Jossra K. Nam, of F.tw. ATHBIH, FRIDAY, KEPT. Be, 1886. StATt Dibictoss. The Governor hi Appointed the following erectors en tho part of the State, u .. " lid Georgia Railron CoT -;nii, v-ariocs, vie "r " i nomns Rogers, Slc.Minn. C. Vaughn, H. H. Stephens, Monroe, ' ". jiuwatas, Bradley. Mass MiuiHO and Barbecor at Cbat taboooa. By reference ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 September 1856

J p, 'Amrlen, to yanr dan I The friends of Will lioira n MASS MEETING! AND .. FREE BARBECUE I ll AT CIUTTASOBGA, TES1I., Os) the Rlh iaf ef October, 1850, W which the people of all parties are .irjvited. Ample preparations Lave been made to accommodate THIRTY THOUSAND PERSONS and as many moro as may choose to visit us. The following EMINENT SFB4KEIII have been invited and many of them are confidently expected to bo in at tendance : Hon. J. J. Chittenden', Hon. Husi' niREY Mabshall, and Thomas II. Clay, of Kentucky. Hon. Jeue, Clemens and Hon. H. "W. Hilliard, of Alabama. !r.II. V. M. Miller and Benja min II. UiLLt of Georgia. X'MF.T.T.. T1T1 W 'I' Ilia. . Oov. Ne J. M. QUAliLEd, E. II. Jo. O. Pickett: Moses White, Wm. N. Bilbo, Wm. G. Brownlow, O. P. Temple, and Thomas J. Campbell, of Tennessee, together with many "others of equal ability. THE BAItnEClEt The citizens of Humilton county, belonging to the American party, have determined to furnish any quan tity of first rate provision...

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. — 26 September 1856

AYEB'S At cutag tie Sick t ai .. mtu Whrc lam f mj MmUcIi( IK11LID8.SI1D 1ND JDDGI FOR T0DSSILTE3. tJUI.-E II A URL, thm mil know pAtMr, ol CImmmm .-titm, PMta4tpliit. w!k (Mm pro" ' "I m f py m my m jnmr C4T..me Pills, thtkt I fem frwai (km kanar iuntly fMrfbt, far coihmni mm, tkma My otaar vkaln my knoarMf. Many af anjr aVlaaaa mj raa pnarind mmmmM from Hhmh, tn4 to tacaa irtoft aaa m Mtatwn ftMi ibajr poatai ajiraardinary TtrtHaa mw 4rfHa( attt diaaaaaa and ntnng lha aick. Thajp tM mm mJy tlawal, tart aaai and alaaaaat id a lakan ajwaWaa which mmmC mfc lawa vaiuad ay Um puUta, waaa) thay kaaara. Tka aaajataMa CkaamlMr W A HDL AW writat from Bah Uia a. Ifttk April, JAM i - vs. . v. nri ri m jour rim mm , fnaa of appatila, . wbtrb baa of lata veara overtakati A aw doaaa af vwar Pilla cured wa. I I Tour Chatrv Paetotal mint tun In an fasnHv tw enejgka aad cotda with on railing eueeaae. You main ansHtlaaa which aura i and I tVai It a plaaaura to ouanataad pan far the good yxm bare do...

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. — 3 October 1856

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS. TENN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1856. VOL. 1X.-NO. 419. XHK POST Is published every Fridsr at II per year 7Me In dnc, or '), If pjraent it delayed until the uplraiioa of the year. Alrertiinrnt will be rhtiffd (1 per sanare f 18 line., or less, for the first Insertion, and 30 cents for ach eontlauanee. A liberal deduction made to thoae trtio advertise by the year. FVPerrons sending adver Uaementa muni mark the number of time, they deaire them inaerted, or they will be continued until forbid and tharred accordingly, gl For announcing the uainet of candidate! for office, 5, Ca. Ohltnary notice! over 11 lines, charged at the regular advertising ratei. All communication! intended to promote the private jnds or Interest! of Corporation!, Societies, Bchoola or Individual!, will be charged a! advertisements. Job Work,iiclm Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, llandhilli, Ac, will b executed in good style, and on reasnnnble terms. All letters addreaoed to the Pro...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 October 1856

ATHENS POST. I. P. IVI.N8.KD1TO XSU PHOPRIKTOB. Ter: Si T"r payable la adtauce, or $S at lie eipiraUoa of the yae. ' Ify1 No paper dixwuinued nnlH all arrearages art ld,tlepttthopUunof the Publisher. tor aaaouncluf the una f candidates for office 5, ih. Obituary Notices ow mines, charged at the regular kdrertliinf ratel. All oomiauaicatiom Intended to promote the private ads T liumu of Corporations, Socioliea, Schools or ladivldaals, vlU be charged aa advertisements. Tixo People' TloUet. , . , f OR MrilDEXT, XILLAUD riLLIOHE, ' or saw roaa. FOR VICI PRESIDENT, AXDBEW J. DOKELSOX, or tirrrssrr. AMrU Elicttnl Ticket. POR Till STATC. Kf.lX.1 R. DROWN, of DarMsoB. HORACE MAVNARU, of Koox. POl Till DISTRICT. lei District N. O. Taylor, of Carter, td " Moss Whits, of Knox. Id Kmsa B. BataaoK, of Hamilton. 4th " W. P. Ihrrawi, of Coffee, tth rtnaiRT IUttor, of Wilson. th " W. II. Wia, of Bedford. Tth C. 0. Caowa.or (Wei. Sth J- M. Jium.en, of Moiilrwmerjr. 9th " ISio B. Htwaias, of Oarroll....

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 October 1856

NATIONAL WHIG CONVENTION. ' Tl lion. Edward Bates, of Missouri, on be ing conducted to the I'residental chair of the National Whig Convention in Baltimore on Wednesday, delivered an addresa of great power. He thiuked the Convention for the honor they had conferred upon him, and ex pressed hit confident belief in the regenera tion of the gloriou Whig part;: We are told, he said, in aome portion of the Uiiioa, that the union of theae States ia in danger. Now that ia an old cry; I have heard rery often that the integrity aud nationality of thi great and glorious Union, was nut in jeopardy by the strife of party; but I believ ed it not. My father fought at Vorktown; aud perbap there ia not man here whose ances tor. if not himself, for I tee many old and greyheaded men here did not carry the mus ket aud faoe the enemy in the contest that tried nieu's soul. Aud I do not believe that this Government would he worthy of the ven eration which 1 was taught as a child to bear towards it, if it ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 October 1856

ATER'S Are curing the Sick to b extent nerer before known of any Medicine. INVALIDS. READ AND JDDG! f OR YOURSELVES. JULES HAITEL, F.s., th wll known perfumer, ol Cnestnui ettreet, Philadelphia, woo, dwic product. at wund M almost ry unlet, asyst ' I ana happy la my of jrouf Cavh.bvic Tin, that I kin sound Uiem bettor family madiein., conimoa ut, thu any MlMr within my know led i. Many of any (rienris ban realised marked benefits Irum thm, and co Incida Willi aw ia believing thai liny puaww .llraordinarjf virtu for driving mil diaaaa and curing in ck. 1 hay an not only Aactual, but ni and pleasant to b taken qualitiea which must mas tnm valued by tba public, wbea Uiey an known." Tba venmble Chancelk WAKDLAW wrlteJ bom Bai- Umore. 15th April, ISM : Da. J. C. Aria Bin I have taken your Pill with eraal benefit, for the lisilessne, languor, oaa or appelite, and Bilioua headache, which haa of late yeara overtaken ana aa the spring. A few aueee of your Pills cured me. I bava uaed yuur Che...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 October 1856

- : : - ----- t- - rr . n. - - "A .- ' c , . , IT n : t. 'V BY SAM.. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN.,, FRIDAY,' OCTOBER 10, 1856. : ' , :V0t; 1L-K0. 420. t Jl jr. a r. ii trr; r i . r. f tilt POST ti nttbllthpil every Friday at 19 ner year rbl(n AdTknoe.or $4s If payment to delayed until vbe eiiraioo of the year. ' AetTftfllMAmonl will be charged $1 per iqware t 1? lle, or liu, for theflnit insertion, and AO cent for each con U nuance. A liberal deduction made to thonv fco adverttae by the year, JV"Pertms aendlnir adver lliemenu mutt mark the number of timet they dealre thm Inierted, or they will be continued until forbid and turned according y..4E4 tor Announcing the namei of candldateiforofflca,0, Crt. Obituary notice! over IS Mnei, charged at the regular fcdTcrtlnlnir ratef. All ommrtmeatloM Intended to promote the private fend of Interest of Corporation!, ftoctetle, Rchooll or YfiMrldoali , will be charred an advertisement. .eb Work uch Pampliletn.Mlnnten.Olroulara, Oardi, niankn, Hand ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 October 1856

ATHENS- POST. . r. mist), editor; an rROPiumu. Ttraiit-sWa jraar, tsCvstM, ar a Kp4rUn ef tha yitr, (9 N ar dWetmUnofMI HH at) arraarat as at Sls,loiM al Hit ofMtoa at tka ruhUiHar. fw fweaawtaf Ik aaam f mumIMMm fir aaWe Hi k. - OMtuirHUMTrttllaMelMrt4Hirtiilr 4rrtltf ratae. JUIomimiMie)Milm44 i trowMfs ttis private alt a Interests Oorporattons, Bootettoa, Bcbseie Of Mlrlflaaie, will fc ekarirafl w aaT.rHasnwnu. Vlxm PcopU'a riol.t. , . . fOR PRBMDiuTT MILLARD riLlIIORE, or mm Teat. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, , ,'' ' ANDREW J. DO NELSON, or nRHwi. Aarlcaai EliMrril Ticket. " fo rnt UTATT. -' " V KtTI.t a. BROWN, of UmIMm, -." RORAOR MATNARD, ( Knoa. WR THt DISTRICTS. 11 District 1. O. Taylor, rf Carter. Mesas Whit, of Knnx. M Kiwi. BRaana,of Hamilton. W. P. Hicaaasos, of Coffee. Robbrt Uatton, of Wilson. W. H. WiM in, of Bedford. 0. 0. CaiR,of Gilt:!. J. M. Quarlrs, of Montgomery. Isaac R. Hawiirs, of Oarroll. Joeara R. Mor, of rajraUa. th Tin Rlh till 101k AIHKJH, FKIDAV.OCT. IO, IS 86. ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 October 1856

' ' ' rN. FREEDOM HOW HATEFUL Ths "South Side Democrat," uf Virginia, four out torrent of wroth sgnlnst every, thing freo, uftor Iho following style: "Ws hnve got to hntlng rverylhlng with the prefix fret, from free ln-groen down nnd up through the whole estAlogns free farms, free Inhof, froo society, free will, fri'e thinking, free children end free schools all belonging to the same brand of damnable imi. Hot the worst of all these ahiiuiniitiona la the modern system of free schools. The New England svstrtn of free sehoola hns been the o iuhu and prolific source of the Infidelities and I reasons that have turned her cities into Sudoms and Oomorrnha, arid her I anil Into Ilia common nestling places of howling Ikdlsmitcs. We abominate the system, bec.iuae the schools are free. It would be in keeping with such a m m to abuse free air, tree liyhl, I'roe st'ct.il inter, eourse, free locomotion, V,re lire.itliing nnd everything else where freedom is an element. Eotmlnr Duller, of South I...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 October 1856

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