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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 September 1850

it, and fly beyond its orb, to that gra cious Being who has so kindly over ruled all things for the preservation and perpetuation of our liberties and our peace. "Yes, gentlemen, we shall be thank ful indeed, that you, and I, and all of jus, bear a common name and a com mon character; that we are all United Americans; that we can yet without shame open the books which record the deeds of our fathers, and can still look upon their graves without re morse.'" Mr. Webster's remarks were listen ed tO With nrofoiind Atlpntinn nnrl were most enthusiastically received.! Next, the Hon. Mr. Hilliard, of Ala bama, addressed the crowd. He spoke with great earnestness and eloquence, and attributed to Mr, Webster's com manding talents, influence, and patri otism a principal share in producing those happy results which would fill the heart of the nation with joy and gratitude. The enthusiastic feeling which per vaded this numerous assemblage of our fellow-citizens, was only exceeded toy the good o...

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. — 20 September 1850

At hens Female Academy, '"llE Trustees of the Alliens Female Academy lespectlully announce to Hip public that ll" " Session of the Institu lion, imiler it? new organization, will com mence on llie (irsi Monday of September next. iinler Hip care of MissO. H. March banks, as l'rim'inl. Hein2 resolved to use every efl'irt to place i his institution on nn equality in eve ry respect, with the best ot the kind in the country, nnil l.cins satisfied thai Its present accomplished Principal will give perfect saiisfiictiun to iis pupils and patrons, the Trustees rely willi an abiding cunh. dnnce upon the co-operation nl the friends off male education in their ellortH to main tain the inMiiution upon the most perma nent and elevated position. To secure the most thorough an I accom. pinned education, Ihe course of study will ,e ihe same as is adopted in ihe hest I male Academies or the country, and addi iotial teachers Will he engaged from lime lo time, as Hie number of pupil increase so a" to r...

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 September 1850

i t THE. ATi BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1850. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 105. ENS POST. TERMS: THE POST will bi published every Friday nt $2 per your, payable within thrco months from the time ol aiihscribint:; $2,.ril) in six months or 3 if payment is deluyed until the expiration of tlieyenr. Advertisements will be phnrtrcd $1 per square of 12 lines (or less) for the first insertion, and 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who ndvertise by the yenr. Persons sending; advertisements must murk the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid nnd charted accordingly. ftr" For nnnnnricinc; the names of candi dates for office Three Dollars, Cask. Job Work, such ns Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Curds, Wanks, Handbills, &c.t will he executed in n neat and workinanliko manner, at short notice, anil on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to tho proprietor, post paid, will be promptly nttendeil to. ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 September 1850

ATHENS TOST. s. 1' 1V1XS, liultorand l'ropiletor. TFRVS. Sia iear, payable u-ilhin three C.o(A..or $3at the erjnrahonof I he ye r. pnprr discontimud until aH arrctr- -JxTrc paidjttecpt at Uit option of the l'ub- Ur'r',ivmnrinS the names of candidates for iffire W. ' VHlT-N S, I' ll I i".Y.""xiit'T.gT. lg' ftr- wT Tiiomson, is the authorized gni for the "Post," in the city of Balti more, Mil. NOTICE, pnr.nni indebted to Ihi office, cither (or MiWriptinns. nd vprt iinc. "r jb work, are requested to 'eiiLe up' immediately. tf 1 I1 ll.n MtfthOV due us. unci nope thns ind.-M.Ml will pny tlio respective amounts without any nioro ueiay. (Kr-Anrnn C. Owen, Decatur, Moigs co., . u- . . I in In over a vear. has inlicn our pui'i-i - ' and not paid for it. The po.tm.ster informs us that he now does not toko ittrom me ow (lee. Wo would respectfully surest to our friend Anron tl.at he send over the amount without farther ceremony. Sr-r Wp yesierdny received a letter from ., f 'J. .i. ... rhminnno...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 September 1850

TO MY FELLOW-CITIZENS OF TENNESSEE. Tha following pages of a late speech, delivered in the Senate of the United States, contain matter which I have deemed worthy of a separate publication. I can, with some confidence, com mend not a casual rending only, but the study of tho chain of facts pre sented, in the brief sketch I have at tempted, of the party history of the country. If I am not greatly mistaken, the reader will find in those facts a sufficient and ample explanation of the causes of those dissensions between the North and the South which have given rise, of late, to such painful ap prehension in the public wind; ob structed, for nine mouths, national legislation upon all other subjects of public concern, and brought the coun try to verge of domestic convulsion. The crisis is not pas!; nor enn per fect harmony be restored to the coun try until the North shall cease to vex the South upon the subject of slavery; nnd that can never be, while the ani mating principle of party org...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 September 1850

Athens Female Academy, rjlllR Trustees of the Alliens Female Academy respectlully announce in llie pulilic that Hi) li rnt Session cil the InMilii liun. miller iis new organization, will com mence on llie first Monday of September next, iimler the care or Miss O. h. March banks, as Principal. Benin resolved In use every effort to place this institution on an equality in eve ry respect, with the best of the kind in the courlry, hih! being satisfied that its present accomplished Principal will p-ive perfect satisfaction to its pupils anil patrons, the Trustees rely with an abiding confi dence upon llie co-operation ol the friends ol It-male education in their efforts to main lain i lie insiiiulion upon the most perma nent nnd elevated position. T secure the most thorough and accom plished education, llie course of study will he ihe same as is adopted in llie host l-e-male Academies of the country, and addi tional teachers will he enaaced from lime to lime, as itie number ol pupils inc...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 October 1850

JORN PAGES rm ATiEI :jy SAM. P. 1VINS. ATIIEXS, TKNN., FRIDAY, OOTOKEll 4, 1850. VOLUME 3,-Nm:i! in L'PM :i rr. - BE POST. TEH MS: TFIG POST will 63 piiljIMiiMl every Friday nt $-J per your, payable ivitliin thrns months from the timn ol mibscriliiiiir; S-2,.r)0 in six months or 3 if piiyini'iit is delayed until tho expinition of tlin year. Advhrtibkmknts will ho plinrjjod $1 per sqiinro of 13 lilies (or less) for the first insertion, iiml d.'i cents fur each continuance. A libcriil deduction mmlu to tlioso who advertise by the year. Persons icwlinc nilvertiseincrits must mnrk the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will ho continued until for bid mid charged accordingly. 07" For iitinouiicinjr the names of cimdi dates for olfice Tiinr.K Doi.i.its, Cash. Jon Work, such ns Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Curds, lilank", Handbills, .Vc, will he executed in n neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, mid mi reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, p...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 October 1850

L ATHENS POST. S. P. 1VIXS Editor and Proprietor. TER VA'. $! a vn'ia,'lr mortin yVooi Me ' f ulirribiig: S-Vl" moi.i,of 3 .it theerpiratiunn thryrar. (tt- A" W'f dhemtlhwtd until all arreat ms!eTarepaid,tscfpl at the ;.t.ei 'e Ur'n.ii'inr.'.t' ic nanus of eandidahs for tffice $:t, C.i. AT1IF.XS, l-'IMDAY, OCT. -I, 1850. V7- W Thomson, is ihe nuthoiized igpmforilie'-l'osi," in ihe city ol Haiti lore, Md. noticl:. All persons indebted to this ofliec-, either for subscrititions, advertising, or job work, re refine"''! to -settle up' immediately. Wc need nil llm money i!un u, n ml hope those indebted will pny llio respective amounts wiilmut nny more delay. A CALL. The ciliens of the Iliwassee District who nre interested in and desire the exten sion or the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad, Irom the Iliwassee toward Hie Tennessee river, are requested to turn for consuhnlion at the timet "net places follow ing, viz: Riceville. Saturday, the 5ih Oclom-r next. Athens, Mondnv. the 7ih '' ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 October 1850

TORN PAGES INTERESTING NEVS FROM HAVANA. Havana, Sept. 17th, 18"i0. Messrs. Editors: Tito fiito of thn two American Captains is shrouded in the most profound mystery. They were condemned to (lentil !y the Marine Court, but I believe the ver flint Ims been reversed hv Koncali. J 1 It is the general belief hero that they will be imprisoned for life in one of the Spanish fortresses in Africa. The American Sailor Wilcox, who was found on one of the reefs near Car denas, the next day after the taking of that town, has been condemned to ten vears imprisonment in Africa. Sentence of death has been pro nounced against the following Cuban gentlemen, for supposed connection with the late Cardcaas invasion. Gonzales, Sanchez, llacias, Villa verdc, 1 do Agucro, Gapar Ectnti court, C. Madan. Agucro receives his sentence for having written a pamphlet at New Orleans, bearing rather hard on Span ish deposits. V. Arrieto has been condemned to hard labor, in chains, for life, and icntcnced also to pa...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 October 1850

TORN PAGES Athens Female Academy. r g 1 1 1 1 Tin -! rs of !ip Allit-ns l'Yuiale A.M'I'MI'V " spPClllllly HIIIIDIIIILT- 10 llie I 1 1 ! i iS it i ' li'1" Si'-'l'i'l nt the Inslittl- liiiii, M .l'-r its new nigvn mini, win com mence i'i tirsl Mmi'liiv HI .vptciliber i,i- ore iif Miss O. K. March IH'N'I, i IIAN.C ;. .1 li 'III.' f I I fV I'-.-j-' r,i" c i n I'r . i ll in use every elTurt In . ii i inn .ii nil equality III eve ',1 ilie Le-l nt till' kind in mill lieinsf satisfied tlnil its :;iVliei I'ri ii fl j'ii I Will (five rii.ni to lis pupils mill patrons, IV, present .n:--ir-: !! i ' s in-' tin? T.-u- Ves r t'MHf! I II -I'l i 1 1 ill .ni ! !u v wiili mi abiding oun (i -t -. i -1 . i : 1 1 1 1 1 nl the friends e !n i mn mi tlieir lions tu inatn f i'!,in:i iijii'ii the must pertiin t Ii v i!e.l pus.tioii. i.e tin' iiiosi uorough mi. I accom !:.'. ill. "i, tl;c lionise nl study will ,e a is adopted in the best 1"V i iiii.s nl liie i:nii!itry , ami mid I -ii 'is will lie eimaueil fro...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 October 1850

THE AT1EI POST.- BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: THE POST will ba published every Friday nt 2 per yeiir, payable within thrcn months from the time ol subscribing; $3,50 in six months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the year. Advertisements will be charged $1 per equnre of 12 lines (or loss) Tor the first insertion, nndi'i cents Tor each continunnce. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. I'ersons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or tlioy will be continued until for bid and charged accordingly . ftj- For announcing the names of candi dates for oflice Three Dollars, Cash. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, iVc, will he executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to tho proprietor, post pnid, will be promptly attended to. Persons nt u distance sending; us tho names of four solvent subscribers, will bo e...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 October 1850

ATII EiVS rOST. S. l 1VIXS r.ditornnd I'loisjfitor. Tl- li.MS-ila m n r. ifi I"'''' months iv.hi ('"' " s,,n-ii,iivi - C-'.Mui 6mnn(h.r ftUnf tin T,,irni;. l Ihi H'ar. fl-jVn panrrdin,nliinnd until nil nrrnn- ''f'v'ffnio.iHn'n.? Me candidal" I ATI! KNS, l'KlDAY, OCT. U, IWSO. rt-7- VV. Thomson, is (lie authorized igerU for the "LW in the city ol JJalu more, MJ. NOTICE. . . All persons indebted to tins office, cither for suWrintions. a Jvprt iififc. or job work, are requested to 'settle tip' immediately. Wo need oil tho money dun in, end hope those indebted will pay 'ho respective . ...'.il.i.ni Ann mnrn Oct-Tho Cireuit for Polk county meets st Benton next Monday, the 14th. BOUNTY LAND HILL. hi oor pnpnr today will he found the Law granting bounties in lend ollics nod privates not heretofore provided for, who may at any time have been in the service ofilin United S'ates either twelve, six or three month. Tt jrivrs thr.-e months men , rtv acres, the six months Polity acres, r td' 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. — 11 October 1850

TORN PAGES holder mny transmit to the General Land Ollicc fur that purpose, in suoli State and land district as the said holder or warrantee may designate, and upon gouil farming lath), so far ns the same can o ascertained from the maps, plats, and lield notes of the aurveyor, or from any other informa tion in the possession of the tonal office; and upon the location being made, as aforesaid, tiic Secretary shall cause a patent to ho transmitted to such warrantee : And provided fur ther, That no patent issued under this act shall he delivered upon any pow er of attorney vr agreement dated before the passage of this net; and that all such powers of attorney or agreements be considered and treated as null and void. Approved, September 23, 1850. IMPORTANT TO CLAIMANTS. ErAUTME.NT OP THU InTEKIOU, Oct. 3. 1850. Tlx at its I of just 'cram The Congress of the United States, at its late session, having, in a spirit of justice and liberality, passed an act 'crantinff bounty lanu to certain ...

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. — 11 October 1850

TORN PAGES Athens Female Academy, rpHE Trustees of the Alliens Feinnle Academy respecilully announce lo the public iliiil the first Session of (lie Inslilu linn, under i i a new nrmmizalion, will com mence on llie first Monday of September next, under the care of Miss O. E. March Banks, as Principal. Rein? resolved lo use every effort lo place lliis institution on nn equality in eve ry respect, with tie best ol the kind in the counlry, and hein? satitlied ilia its present accomplished Principal will ffive perfect saiislaciion in iis pupils and patrons, Ihe Trustees rely with nil abiding conli dence upon the co-operation nl the friends of female education in their efforts lo main tain Ihe institution upon the most perma nent and elevated position. To secure the most llioroush and acconi. plished education, Ihe course of study will tie the same as is adopted in Ihe best Fe male Academies of ihe country, and addi tional teachers will be engaged from time to time, as the number of pupil...

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 October 1850

THE ATE BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1850. VOLUME 3. NUMIJKll 108. ENS POST. TERMS: THE POST will b3 published every Frhlny nt $3 per ymir, pnyahlo within three nionthi frnm (hn time nt iih,r.rihillfr ! $'2..)0 in SIX months or $3 if payment is delayed until the exnirntion of the venr. AnvKnTisKMKNTS will bo charged $1 per square of 1 2 lines (or less) for the Brst insertion, nnd cents for ench continuance. A liberal deduction mndo to those who advertise by the year. Persons aciidinir advertisements must mark the number of times they des're them inserted, or they will he continued until for bid nnd charged accordingly. (gj- For announcing tho names of candi dates for office Tiirkk Dollars, Cash. Jon WonK, such ni Pamphlets, Minute!, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, A.C., will be executed in a neat nnd workmanlike manner, Btshnrt notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to tho proprietor, post paid, will bo promptly attended to. Persons nt n...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 October 1850

f ATHENS POST. S. 1. IV ISM, ttditor and Proprietor. TFRW8 1rafi VH"1'1'' "'""'' l,irce monli '" fV.e ofmhrribins: Ji.SOin 6 months, or $3 at thefmrationthrar. ffr dhcnnluuud until ' i. . "f 'or'niMwHirirtg ie nnmfi " candidal! for tfice vasn. ATIIKVS l'HllAY, OCT. If. 5t. ft v"TiinM9os. is the nulhoiized gent for the .X r, .h. "l.,st." in ilie city ol Haiti more, ma. VI IT I PR. All ncrson 111 et en m 1111s mm i-, i-inn 1 , A1'f "?". . ."! ..1 or ioh work. lor BUDscr.i. . re requested lo 'settle up iiiinoooi'rM). ; Wo need all tho money dun us, ood hnpei those indebted will ny Hie respective mount! without any 111t.ru noiy. . (O-Failure ol ilia mail from Hie South vi.g,erd,,y. j tCP We mint be allowed to return our thanks to delinquent subscribers for the very prompt manner ill which they have re. ponded to mir polite request to "settle up." Such attention on the part of one's pitrnns it quite overwhelming. C3-Ve are requested m Hi at J.is. S. Bribes. V... Entry Taker and Regis ter...

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 October 1850

From the Washington Republic. BOUNTY LAND LAW CIIICU- LAlt OF THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR. , There lias been some uncertainty f about this important law, occasioned by the attempt to pass n supplemental bill, find the supposition that its opera tion would depend upon the inter pretation to ho given it by the Exe cutive Department. The circular of the Secretary of the Interior removes all doubt upon the subject. The meaning of the l.ounty Land law is now established by an authoritative exposition. There is now no doubt whatever that no transfer of bounty land is valid before the issuing of the patent. We rejoice at the truly paternal precautions which the Presi dent has taken to secure to the veteran soldiers of the Republic, the just re wards nf their valor. Not only docs that ollicer declare, in tiic most em phatic manner, tint all transfers are void before the issuing of the patent; but he provides that the simple forms of proceeding necessary to obtain 1 1 to land shall be publ...

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 October 1850

Athens Female Academy. 1 riMJR Trusses of the Athens Female Academy respeetlully announce tu the public lhai Hi first Session til' Kip 1 11 & t I u -lion, under nt new orgumz ilion, will com mence on lilt' lirst Monday of rS.-pleniber next, under t lie care of Miss O. Iv M utcti Banks, us Princip.il. Being re.-ulved lit use every effort to place tins in-niiiiinii on mi equalitv in eve ry respect, vviili the besi i.l the kniJ i" the com try, and bcim sitislbd that i's present accompli-hed Prin.-ipil will give perfect sa'isl'iciiou in us pupils and patrons, the Trustees rely with an abiding conli dence up i'i the en-operation ol the friends of b in .tie education in tlieir i Horn to maul lam I iip ins 1 1 -1 1 1 i ii P' n the moM perma nent ami .-I. v -i'ed position. 'Pn r imitp hip in.isi luoi'iugh and accom- j, ,H I .il Hie IIIIKP nl study will he ilf .inie a- is .nlmiied in llie bsl Fe. male A i 1 1 1 : ' s id til" cni'llrv , and addi tional Ipai'lH-rs will he I'll.! to i i m r...

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 October 1850

THE ATHf BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATIIEXS, TENN., FRIDAY, OCTOBEIt 25, 1850. VOLUME 3. NUMBEJl 109. NS POST. TERMS: THE POST will !3 published every Friday at $i per year, pnyablo within three montln from the time ol subcribing; $-2,50 in six months-or $3 if puyment i delayed until tbe expiration of the yeur. Advbrtiskments will be eharped $1 per tqnnre of 12 lines (or less) for the first insertion, and 25 cents for ench 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 be continued until for bid and chnrced accordingly . (gj- Fornnnoiincini: the mimes or candi dates for office Three Dollars, Cash. Jos Work, such in Pamphlets, Minutes, ( ir culars, Curds, Blanks, Handbills, &.C., will be executed in a neal nnd workmanlike maimer, at short notice, and on reasonable terms . All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at...

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 October 1850

ATJUaYS POST. S. P. IV I;, Hilltop ami Proprietor. Th:RMS. $ l a iear, payable vitltiit llirre months from tie tiine of mlmtibina : $ ,M)hi G months, or $-iat the expiration of the near. (vy.VJ paper discontinued until all arrear ages arc paid, except at the option of the J'uh- isher. , ,., , r . For announcing the names of candiualcs Jar office $H, Cash. ATHENS, J MO. fgj- VV. TiicisoR, i3 the authorized agpni for the "Post," iu tlis city cl Haiti more, Md. N0TIC3. All peraona indebted tn this OiIVp, either for subscriotions, r.dverii"iti2 or job work, are rrqiieotrd to 'settle- up' immediately. We need nil 1 ln money due us, ond hope those indebted will pay 'ho respective amounts without nnv nioro delay. Ciiasuf. Jn". McUaluiiev, Eq., Ittif been appointed P.ii muster at Athens, in the place of F. Boyd. Esq.. removed. SO F- FitziT' rah). --Imt Springs Emd ley cunty. Ins had m.r pnper for something like two year, wihoul pnyiog for it, ni,d now declines (o Inke it f.-om the nostmilij...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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