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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 March 1857

ATHENS. TEM., FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 1857. VOL. 1X.-N0. 441., BY SAM. P. ' I HNS. ST ? M S THE POST ! publiihe'd erery Friday st IS per fear .n,Z"U r r.t ta-ertion. ..d M cent, for it mi'mwm A liberal faction aiarte lo than 2frtr -". r-Pr.o. aendinsadTer J,7t am.l mark Ihe number of lime. they de.ire khV-ln,-;rted, or Ihey will bt continued sntll forbid sod taard accordingly. r tfor aauouocinf lius uaines of csndldstearor office,! 3, Obiar notice, svsr II Mnet, charged at the regular sdeertUine ratee. Allcomrnunlcatlonitntendedto promntethe private wndtor Intercnttof Corporation,, Snclellea.SchooIeor Individual!, will be charred aa adeertUemente. Jab ,Vrlt,rhiuraiirphleu,llnule,ClrcuUr, Oardl, Blank,, llandhllla, 0., "Ill be executed in good Style, and on reaimmnleterma. Alllettereaddreaied to the rroprietor, poet paid .will he promptly attended to. PeMoni at a dUtanre aendlne m the namee offonr Solvent eubacrlhera, wlll'be entitled to a fifth copy sratli. Ho eommanleatloo tneerted unlet!...

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 March 1857

ATHENS POST. a. p. ims.iiMTOk and phopkiktob. Terms: Ma year, payable in advance, ar 8 at tMerpiraMonof tha year. tr Ne paper discontinued nntn ad arrearag- art yiu,MitBi mib vinoi g toe ruDlliner. Par announcing Ui aamei o( candidates for office f S ah. OMtuarr Noliccsover Illlaee,cbarfel at the regular . AUooaaaaoteaUonalnUadad la promote tht private aaaaoriBMrnu at Corporation!, Societies, Bctaoola of oiTiaaais, win enarged a adrertiaemenu. ATHEKd FHIDAIt If Altt'II. 6, 18ST. Fobcst Hill Acaoemt The school at Forest Hill will commence next Monday, the 9th. Parents, Guardians, and all who fsel an interest in the success of the institution, are requested to sttend the re-opening of the school, to listen to an address from the Prin cipal. 03T Not much news or other mutters of Interest this week just returned from a visit to Rhea county, where we spent several days very pleasantly among our friends, end cot lected aa much money as we wanted. Our paper has had a very respectable circu...

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 March 1857

a nmtf:()Rl.IN KXCITEMENT. Soma years aj;o, a lad w.ia foiiod suspend ad by tin nock in father's barn, iu Uia town of Nassau, in tliia c.untjf. The body waa buried without an inquest. It wa k0" to tha lad'. rmil that ha w.a io tlia habit offoinf totha barn to practice "circus per formancee. and they naturally "I'P"1 l,h"' inona oftheaa ho became entangled by ma ropeao he ovild not hrlp hiniaall. .. They have bad a good deal o. out in Nassau thi. winter aod lh. ' ' the boy baa been among the J"1."? gated, Hi. ap,U waa -d ,r by t he; ,rc.., ana it answcreu iu -rv J.,l, km maidl what w,a the manner ol ?lh ""'J thai hevos murdered! And me "F""' ceeoed to detail the c.rcuw.taiices ol the "nt" alnled that he laf hi. rather', house for a neighbor's, 0.1 the afternoon ol hi. death, and that entering theduoreotnewhat sudden J, he found the very respectable wile of the house In criminal intercouraa with a strange man; that the wire, in order to prevent the boy from spreading the newa what ha ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 March 1857

X I .A. TNT O FOHVIIS, rI IK subscriber 11 now receit n.it new 1 .lock of KLKOA.NT riA.NuS from the oldest nnd most responsible uiaouractorteB of tbs North, nnong which are - 7 octave Plain Center Pianos; 1 - Curved " " 7 - Half carved" 6 " Plain, S round eornera; " t " . Plain. .." 1 - Orand Piano, very heavy toned. Alto, the Bii'loir Piano. Also, the celebrated Corrugated Sounding Board, of Boardman, Cray A Co., which are becoming so vastly oiular in Europe a well M America. All Pianoa warranted to give satisfaction, or no tale. Also, net received, a large selection of Piano .Untie Sonus, Polkas, Waltxea, Varia tions. Ac. Ac: Guitars and Strings; anperior Mehidians; Harmoniums; Tiauo Stools and Cover. Pianoa tuned and repaired. ' The suhecriber refer to I lie following gen tlanien who have purchased of li i in. and who an testify a to the excellence of these in trunietiie; Col W. S. Callawav, Riceville, Tenn. Hon. J. C. Oat, Cleveland, Hon. H. Ferguson, Selma, Ala. Dr. Harrison. o...

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 March 1857

i-:.: - i.i.'. . ! f -I. BY: SAM; P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN.; FRIDAY, MAECH 13, 1857. VOL: IX. NO;'442; I Bk. 111 U :F V- , 11 -V 1 - .V a IB TEttlttSI ' TBI FOtt ll pvfelli hd evsry Friday at t per yesr M aM ta adrino. or $S, if pty Brent ! delayed qdUI ex plratlon of the year. A4rertlffmnta wilt be charged $1 per square tlft. lints, or lss, for the first Insertion, and M eenti for each eonilnnenoe. A liberal deduction made to thoie who adrertlee by the jear. y Pertone Mtidlnf adrer UMaienU matt mark the number of timee they deitre thtta truer ted, or the irill be oontlaoed anil) forbid and barged aoeordlngly.f For announcing the oaraei of oandldatMforoBc,$t( OftHarnotleeiovtr1tllnee,eharged nttneregnlar dvertttlng ratee. Alleommanleatlonetntendedto promote the private ode or tnvareeta of Oorporallent, Soctetleif8choo1ior individuals, will be charged ma advertisements. Jeb) WerKf euchae Pamphlets, Mlnutee, Circulars, Oards, Blanks, Handbills, Ao., will be executed In good trie, and en...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 March 1857

ATHENS POST. a. . lTim,BtToa arp raortnrroa. T-""sf--4a raw, (sawM I MmwM" at a irattaacf lkrr- m tss a els Hn Ml st slisjr sttt . ' OMMuylNMnMwUltoMlMralllMrilw llnhMaf M4H. AllsSsmstSStlsaalattedad tseesMsSetas SCtVWtt WnesSeSSttftel V SS0seSlsee, ISaRsltSS SshSlS SITts.lti tu Ss rtilniiliiw'u. ATklK)anilT. I a, ISST. .Coatai wnitM Dr.. Same! , H-, Jordan , end Wm. O. Hertoa, Kq., hv kw appoint. , 4 by tba County Ceart, CoMlioere to lao aptlewrta to teh the Common Tba School Commlaalaners hi tbo Mapottita Towaaaipa art aot allowed to -ploy any laehr anlU a prodtto a eertifl- eaat of oeeApateaey ignd by tha xminlng CoamMoam named bora, 8o at laat Gaaoral Assembly, peg 137, chapter 114, ' Section 1 aad . i.,'. J Foarrr Hat Acaozht. Th achoot at .Forest till) Academy was opened on Monday Uai. . Tha Principal, Mr. QtSRLOvr, delivered t oaa sf tha beat Leslarvs en Um aabjeet of ' Bdsaetioo that H ha em ba bar good far. taaa to liataa to. Wa andmstaad Ultra ara '. aamoaUty papila la all...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 March 1857

hOW RAILROADS INJURE FARMERS. Not Ion i tine a farther of our SUU wa btterl complaining of railroad to an who connected with (lit management o (lit road. "Why," mid th farmer, -I was fool enough lo Ink Mock to the amount "of rive hundred dollar, and 1 hav loat amy cant' of It. ' And beside,' th cursed thing rnna through mjr farm." , ,', - ; 'And ha grantly Injured It, I Uipoe,"ad dad th olhrr, smiling and looking th -old farmer full In th face. ' ' " 'r. njurad 111 replied ths farmer. "To be or it haa. Why do jam aak ueh foolish qii6nr;; '. ' "How much d.imag wer you paid by lh corporntlonl" aakad th oilier. . ' "In th neighborhood of ai hundred dnl. lara," Replied th farmer. But It waa not half n'oUfh." ' ' ". ' ' ' r ' ,' ' ' . ' . . . 6f cirurx nat," addr 4 th railroad man, smiling. "Bat permit m to aak you another question. ' Whnl could you huv aold your farm fr a do'ien yeara ago!" ' ; ' '. "I waa one offered twenty fire .hundred dollar," replied th farmer. ' ' . . "And what ca...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 March 1857

I - - ' - THR !) acinar I Mw receiving B.w Motk f ELKQAKT PIANOS from lb MUrta4 at epir ' tori af tb MaMK'ooOt ark!. are - - J ,...r.-Y' . Data, roanl terntr; 4 Plata. " ' 'fcranj P?n,vryaevT toner)." . AN, lb BaeVair Piano. Alt, to lrtd Corrugatei Btmndinf thlrdm, W Bsrdasw, Crnr Co., whisk art h.lsraisrg a atly papalar ia Europt at wtll a Amenta. i. ' All Plaaot warranted to girt tiefetlon, ara tal. ; Alto, lot reivd, i larg ..lection of Pint VsMit--8oag, Polka, Welti, Varia tlea., Ac, At. Gnitartand String; tnptrior Mtlodiaat; Harmoniums; Piano atoolt and Oovartv i .... ...., Piaaottaatd and repaired. ' Thohribr raftrt to tht following gen- Al 1 - I 1 J a.l J1. .eavroaw. vm riti purvnHU wi aim, biiu wnw an taatify at to tht aattlltntt of tht in ' Mrnmtntt I . Col. W. 8. Callaway, Rltcvillt, T.nn." v Hoa. . 0. Goat, CltTtltnd, ' ' : Uoa. H. Ftrgnaon, Selraa, Ala. Dr. Barriton, London, Ttnn. - My L. R. Hunt, Mont Creek, " ' Dr. W. R. Hurley, Loudon, - Col. R. B. Brabtoa, rhattanoog...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 March 1857

III' lit ' . ; : i .-! BY SAM. P. IVINS. 'ATHENS, TEXN., FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1857. VOL. IX.NO. 443., TEB9I! paT It psbliilwdtvtry Friday at Hper year ,.!"n ' ' VlVu-c-";..! ehsr. (1 p., .." . i is UnrMir Isat, for llie Brat iUKriiuu, ami So eeutt lor !h cuniMuauca. A liberal .le.luctlun ua.l 10 tl.ots tw adtertfa by iht ytar. Wrersooa wrn.lln adver tlMiueiui must mark the auiukcr ol timns ihjr Sasira them inserted, or they IU b cootiauul unill forbid and cbargod acordluKly.ilfi for auaouDiiUif U u-wes of candidsttiror offlct ,1 S, ObiiuarjnotlcetoverlJUnei.charfed auhertgular aarsrtistug raua. All communications intended to proiootttns private ands or Interest" of Corporations, Societies, schools or tndtvidaals, will b oharyed advertisements. Job Voriuch I'aiiiplileU.Miimut.Clrcalars, Cardi, Blanki, Handbills, Ac, will b executed In good atyla, sod ou reasonable terms. All letter! addressed 10 lb froprUtor, poit paid , will fee promptly attended to. Persons at a distance tending- nt t...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 March 1857

Ml ti ' ! hi If-! ! V i M ' i. 1 k i .1 ,. r.i vine, editor. Ann proprietor. Traii-rti year, payable la sdvaoca, w 8 at - s .spiraUosof the year. tyMopraieillnaraaiitn all arrtarsfes art )jaia,ieept at lh apt loo of the PabhsNcr. for aasswclng tae names of candid ale for o Ace 1 5, ash. ObltMaSotlcsovtrliUn-s,cWrtthrr-rJir adverUef ag rates. Alleemraunicatiorieiatendfd to promote the private eall er Interests of OorporatloDt, Psctettes, School or ' dirti dais, will b charted as adrertUenieiita. . ATHKMS ritlDAT, MARCH iO.1847. for valuable garden aecda from Patent Office. : f$T Mr. Disney,' formerly member of Congress from Ohio, diud at Wsshiogton, on the 14th. ' v ' , RESIGNED. GoV. resigned. , ,M - Geary, of Kansas, has fjjf- An interesting U tter from s Knoxville correspondent appears in another column. ; : We thank" fJie writer for the suggestion in .... regard to the controversy with neighboring' print, and will try to art upon it, as we ' '. bad 'about arrived at' the same con...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 March 1857

" STRUGGLES OS" TUB GKa1 Tb.re la a milder and serener form of po rty. the BurM of meolv tnrgy end h.av.a limbing thoughts. ett.od.4 by lev. and faun and hope, around whoM Up.th. wounum br.,,. bio, end from who, eoueteusne. 11 tb. Tirtne. g.th.r .trengte. took .round you at the distinguished tu.n th.t .vrjr department of life " ''"'V'.-! times, and -bat tb.ir ortgi. - J earl" fortune! W.r.tb.y...gen.r.l rule rock .d.add.ndl.d on a l.p.fw..Ull If. Such m.o f'm lh ,""B,, !f Je,"t rt.rU''.irflti and privation, and Irific. br.e. tb.ir mor.l ...lure. They learn ih. greet f rsauncislion, sud enjoy lb. h.ppineM of b.:..g f t Tty know nothing of indifferonc or Mti.ty. '.here is aot sn idl. fibre in tbeir frwnw. They put tb. vigor of a rwoiul. purpo. iuto every eot. Tl d8 of thir n,inJ lw,J' k,,,t .harp. In tb. shook, of life, n..u meet tb. Softly nutured darting, of pro.peri ty a tb. el of iron meet tb. ve...l of porcelain. Lift your heart, abov. tb. region of wild hope, and eowerdly fear.....

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 March 1857

'T 1 1 ' ' i I I' !- . 11)111!,! " TTIE subseriber'ia now receiving a new tock of JDLF.GANT PIANOS rrom th oliieat and iitaUreMiMe manufactories of m .orin, among mliicti an' - 7 etara Plain Ceuler Piano; 1 " Curvet . .. ' .. 9 - Half earn-d" , .'". J ;;- .; l " Plain, S round corners; ' -' ' 6 Plain 3 iu ' Grand Piano, very heavy toaed. Alo, tba liudoir Piano. 'AIo, the eele hrated Corrugated' Sounding Beard, of Boardiiiaii, Gray A Co., which are becoming so vastly popular in Europe a well a America. ' JAM Pianos warranted to give satisfaction, or no tale. Also, just received, a large (election of Piano AlHrteSnnfru; Polkas, Waltzes, Varia tions,., Ac.; Guitars ami Springs; superior Maludian; Harmoniums; Piano blool and Cover. - . - ' Tianoi tuned and repaired. , .The aulwonber refer to the following gen tlemen who have purchased of liim, and who can testify a to the excellence of those in trnmerii Col. IV. S. Callaway, Rioeville, Tenn. ' Hon. J. C. Gaut, Clevrlnnd, Hon. 11. Fergus...

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 March 1857

- ' - - - - - - - 1 t . r t t t ' ' ' . tr ;. iwfffwiftnis VTV V"W.-tt'-H.tT n - A1- W r? 'if a r- - - IV fJT.1si sa-vnwr , sWis ('' H I Mpi i MW JaW J JH WWJMWMPi "W! r i 1 1 . -; : SAM-. P. IVINS. ATIIEXS, TEM.t FRIDft" MARCH 27, 1857. VOLIX.-NO441:- i f i tHlt POST It ptibllfherl every FrMiy nt 2per fyWe Dlr(inre, or -V, If payment Is dtlued aotll k expiration of tha year. Ad verliHf m4 iii will be eWft-ed $1 per iqir unva, or mr me nm mwrtlnn, ft ml (Mi cent! tor each continuance. A llbernl lf,iietlon in.l? to those Who ftdvertlte by the re nr. MTPfNonn niHririt(lvr. tliemente mmt murk the number of timet they denire niwrwu, nej win o conunuea until roroia ana barged ftccorrtin.Tlr.jF Vor announctug the umet of oandidatetfor office, 5, Obttnary notleei orer It Hnee.cherired fttth regular Advertising ratee. - AUoonimanUiatfoniilntendedto promote the private ndsor Intereitiof Corporation, ?ncletlen,HcliOolior indirmaaie, win be enara-ed asadvertUemente. Jb WorkRUchae Pamphlet), Mi...

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 March 1857

V I ... ATHENS POST. . P. ITim,nM10B AMD PIOPKIROK. TnnMli rear, MTabl. riwm, r M at keexjaretta at th taer. la " toooilii aatfl an ajTaarafs art paM.aMi al "Ss affloa at Iht rahllihrr. Par Maaiaa iha Basm a( ssaSuhwes sr east M, ash. OMtaary Ifotlesaevsr mists .sttarf' and rafwler . Artll rata. All oniwantcaMaaatalaailra' t erewistc Kht prfvsi Maaakaaaraau ar OarpsnUs. Ssslillis. Ssassla ov aSlvMawta, Mil ka charts aa ad? artkwaMnla. . AasaiCAS Mestiso. W an requested lb give notic that Ihers will b meeting I the American parte of McMinn county, st th Court house In Athens, on Monday, tha 1 1 tli day of April to appoint delegates t . lb Stats Convention to ba held al Nashville In May. - ' Aninin, Cavalry! Tha "Athene Dra goons" will meet at tha Court house on Wedneedsy next, tha lt day of April, al 10 'clock, A. for tha purpos ef electing (Boers. A full attendance) ia expected. Uf Col. W. 8. Callawat will please accept thank for tha Interest manifested in ' Oar behalf daring hii la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 March 1857

- -? J;,FBOJt BLACK JACK HOLLER. ""jlr.8i I", iTfyi.r ' '. .J f H, JWIwr .At Peatf "' j thn Bur! Prha. year dnnt kno tbiti .V how hevs got Ur bss Knuntj Juugt of this rKuunty of Bunkum, Well, 1 kav that way, and neow I'll Jrtl b Ullin you hiiw ; I kum th (trip. Vo I want fur tha ', Dsmmykratls Party blind, but I kinder thut . H hiw tha in Is giv ma tha slip, ao I Jeet got Blll'silcknet tn wriiatn Quvarnur Jonsin and git blin tu rita baek tu tha Democrisy of Bunkum, that huw lha mutt Tvta fur Mis tar Joseph Larklns, Kqnir, na tha rita anrt of a man fur tu fill tha olfu of rwttnty Judge, and yon kno Mister Ivins f the Pnest, that , tha GuTrnur l tha Grand Uogut of tha tin tarriflad of Tennessee. Wall, wuen our folk had hearu aa how Hill Hliokfiat had ot a rala aimon pnra lattar rita alrata from' lha high praata of llemokrity, tha all kum in tu hfra him raada It. tiow ana thot that It had ona ' ' Biancing aod one that it had another, ao thay V aaut for slitter Kooiierotity who got hia ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 March 1857

- THR beribsr it now receiving a new took of ELEGAST PIANOS from th Idol and moat responsible manufactories of tb) North, among which are t Mini Plain Cenlr Pianos) 1 : " Carved 1 ,. , Half carved" " " PUin, S round corners j 1 PUin " " " T Grand Piano, Try heavy tonod. Atto, th Bu.loir Piano. , Alto, th celebrated Corruaatrd Sotmdinp trd$, of Boardman, Gray i'(V, which are beeoraing so vastly popular in Europe at well M America. All Piano warranted to give satisfaction, r 10 tal. Alto, lust received, a large selection of Piano MHtic Songs, Polkas, Waltses. Varia tions!, A., Ac.; Ouitartand Strings; suverior Mslodlans; Ilarmoniumi; Piano Stool and Cover. Pianot tuned and repaired. Th tulmenber refert to ill following gen tlemen who have purchased of him, and who an testify at to th excellence of these in ttrumentt : Col. W. a CaUawav, Rioevill, Teni. Hon. J. C. Gent, Cleveland, ' evr jH -H. ywnatoB, SJiua. Ala. - Ji Harrison, Loudon, Tenn. MaJ. L. R. Hunt, Monse Creek, " Dr. W. R. H...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 April 1857

. 1 Y SAM. P. IVINS. Athens; tem., Friday, -April 3, i857. VOL. IX.-NO.:445 .1 TRRiVf St fHK POST It publMicd erery Prldny at fBpefr jrfciif pajrnblc In Advance, or if payment U delayed until he expiration of the yenr. Art vertlwomrnt will b charged $1 per aqnare Of 13 Maun, or !, for the ft rat In Bert ton, and 60 cent for leach continuance. A liberal deduction mtde to thote Who art rtr tide by the year. HTPenoni lendlnft adver tisement! muMt mark the number of time theydenlre Ihem Itiierted, or they will be continued until forbid and eharfrea ccoritiijriy.-Jf For anuouncliiR the tiainei of candldateifor office, 5, Obituary nottceeover lSUnea.oharged attheregular Allonminiinlcationelntendedto promrttethe private Indanr Interest of Corporation, Bocletlep,8choo)sofr H til rtl unit, win oe cnrtr ei mt iinverttKenienit. tart, niankn, Handbill, Ac, will be eiccuted In floorf Style, and on reaaonnoie termi. All lettera ftddreanttl to the Proprietor, poet paid ,wlll be promptly attended t...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 April 1857

AT H13NS POST. S. r. iVlNt, EDITOR AND f ROPRIKTOR. Trint fl yr, pftjrabto la tduo,or Mt lx4railf tht jwr. B Ho paper tlMnttord mtn mm? an ttM.nMM k th mUm tf th Publisher. Pr aaBMuniai Hit bm of eaatftdaita lor aat &. uh. OMtur 1Vrtktovr If UnM,hftrffl attht ragular MTarttalnfratM. AllaoaiiintcUtaiifaaai14 la vreaintctht arirala aaaa ar laiarau of Oorporattooi, ffoclttl, ftobaolt or HifMHM, inn aa enarfo unntHmtnu. ATHEW lit r 11 1 DA ' APHII, t, ISftT. QOAkTtKLT UiktiM. Qnnrterlv Air. Inf ftl th Mvtliodiat Ep.cftfl Church, Athana, toromancaa on Uila Frtdayt-vn to!. . ' BP"Th next term of In Circuit Cnnrl nmnncN at Ainen on Monday, me isin raiUDt, School Teachiro A friend In Rhea end n torn wholeaome thought upon Common Schoole aa thv arc manured in this State, for which w will fiod room next WMI, TBI REVIVAL. .Tha nrntractarl mMtlnn I the Methodist Church, Athens, closed on Monday night laat. Wa are Informed by the Daator.Mr. Phillna. there Wflr-M thirtv mix enn. trion during ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 April 1857

. 1 ' . 1 esl a ' , for the P. TIIR NEWS FROM POLK. r ifr. Editor I hav just paid a brief visit td Benton, Polk oonnty, and was agraeably tarpriscd to flod th Court house yard nlns d with a neat and substantial Iron Fenoe, pot tip by that enterprising gentleman. Opt. Zimmerman, of th Athens Foundry. Another viilene of improvement I found at the shop of that industrious Tailor, John Q. A. Lewis. It was Sewing Machine, In full blast. This inserting sewed the seam in a eoat sleev In less than on minute by the watch, and I learned frnin Mr. Lewis that it would sew ths team in a pair of pants in on ininnt. The maohino was nianufnofured by Orover At Kaksr oust on hundred dollars hits heen in operation nbout six mom lis seems to b durable and not likely tn get out of repair, and sews neater .ami better than omibe done by hand. From the factthat sewing ocoupies large portion of the time of our female", and is a very laborious and nnhealthv ooou pation, 1 would advise nil fninihes, who are 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. — 3 April 1857

e?$ TUR saheeriher It no receiving new tack of ELKQANT PIANOS from the Idtel nnd mm responsible manufactories of too North, among which are T NUn Plus Center I'ienoe j " Carved ' " J Half earved" " H " Plain, 1 round corner; f M Plain ' " " T Grand Piano, vary heavy toned. Alto, tht Bndolr Piano. Alto, tho eelelirated Corrugated Sounding serfs, of Boardman, Grey A Co., which art booomin to TMtljr popular in Europe t wall M America, All Piano warranted to giv eatisfaotion, or bo aale. Alto, lu.t reeeiveJ, a large telaetinn of .Piano Afattie Songs, Polkaa. Waltsea. Varia tion, ate,, Ae.; Guitar and Strings; tuptrior Melodlans; Harmoniumt; Piano Stools and Cover. Pianoatnncd and repaired. Tht tubteriber refert to Ihe following gen tlemen who have purchased of him, and who aan testify aa to the excellence of thete in atromtnn: Col. W. 8. Callaway, Rioevilla, Tenn. Hon. i. C. Oant, Cleveland, " Bon. H. Ferguson, Selma, Ala. Ir. Harriaon, Loudon, Tenn Maj. U R. Hnret, Mouse Creek, " Dr. W...

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