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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 October 1850

INDIAN DIFFICULTIES. A letter in the Alta California, dated American bar, Feather river, s;iys: I have rceontly learned of a desper ate battle that took place between the miners and Indians several miles above. The Indians having been guilty of many unprovoked oulraijus and murders, the whiles formed a corps of riflomon for their common defence. While seven or eight of their company were out prospecting, they were suddenly attacked by a party of fifty or sixty of the natives, some of whom were armed with pis tols which bad been imprudently sold them by the whites. The men stood their ground, and were soon reinforc ed by the commander ((.-'apt. Sanger) and some others who heard the firing and rushed to their aid. This littb band stood their ground for thtec hours under a terrible hot sun and in a most disadvantageous position, till at last the Indians, disheartened by their slain, retreated. The Alta Californian prepared for the steamer, publishes the following paragraph : There is 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. — 25 October 1850

Athens Female Academy. 'IMiE TriiM't-& ol the Allans Female Academy l Speellllllv II I) IK'll II LT- til llie public ihl tli - (irt Shm-hhi ol Hi" Institu nun. uiiiier us ih'W urguniz ittnn, will com tuenceon (tie first Monday ul' i'-fjnt-mber Dexl, under the rare ol' Miss O. E. IIakch BAriES, as f'n n : I. Being resolved 10 use every effort l(i place tin tnnituliini on n miaiiiv in eve ry respect, wiili llic best l i:e kind in llie comity, anil beiiu satisfied tlint iis present accomplished Principal will give perfect saii.il n.uun lo ns pupils and patrons Ibe Trustees rely wtiii nn a! in'iug coiili ence iipu'i the :-j-upera: inn ol tlie friends vf female educator) m their eilbns to main tain tbe institution n jinn I tie most perma nent and elevated position.. To secure tho moat tlioruujh and accom. plished education, 1I13 cours. of study will be itie same aa is adopted m liis best Fp male Academies of I::.' country, and addi tional teachers will ba engaged froi:i time lo time,...

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 November 1850

' " ATHENS POST -0 H a J BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TKNN., Fill I) AY, NOVEMBEll 1, 1850. VOLUME 3. NILWHKIi 110. TEltMS: THE POST will ba published every Friday nt per year, payable within thrro months from Iho time ol Siihsc.ribiii!.", in six months or $3 if payment is dedayed until the expirutionof tho year. Akvkrtisk.me.nts will he charged tl per square of H lines (or less) for the first insertion, nail 2." cents for each continuance. A liherai 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 nml charged accordingly . (fj- For iinnounciNir the names of candi dates for ollice Tiirkk Dom.mis, Cash. Jon Work, such as Pamphlets, .Minnies, Cir culars, Curds, Dlanks, Handbills, Sec, will be executed in n neat nml workmanlike manner, at short notice, und on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, poU paid, will he promptly attended to. Pers...

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 November 1850

r fj a !i-srrr.3.-CT)r vir ATHENS POST. 8. 1 1VI, t'.dltor ami l'ropriclor. TERMS. $-1 a neat, paialilv vilhin three Months from the timrnf sulrerihin:;: fl.Miil S mnnlht.nr f'.'.nt the e ririrnlinn nf the i(nr. (tJ-.Yo piprr disrniilinuttl until all arrtar ugn are paid, acipt at the option nf Hie I'uh- xsher. Pr amini'irhij! 1'ie namtsnf eandidiitis fur tffire f.'l, Cis'i. ATIIi:S J'ltJIlAV, XOV. I. If5). j (py V. 'I'iiom-on, is iIip ntulxiiizp.l igeni for ihe "I'ust," in tiie city ol Lotlii-; lore, Aid. ; NOTICF. All persons indebted to this office, eiiliT for (iiili"i,riii'Hin, advertising, or j -h w ork, ere requested to -settle tit' immi'diaiely. We need till the money iluri in, anil dupe those indebted ml pay the respective mounts wrlmu1 ti n v more delay. The letter of our August corres pondent has failed for 'he last two weeks. CP Jessie E. P 'w, 'be P'""! and Po'i- tician. died suddenly at Wa-lnngt n a few ; ntghts since. i r . Ti!E Mail. We nee in th North- crn and Wes'i r...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 1 November 1850

I'.i)V.'.l'.;,'', Tlx.' f i ' " t j '..' i t i c.v'rac', tii"ii tin pleasure" t() 111 i'iTIItI finill l!l! It CI) II TP (llt.'ll t III' 1;iiiiv!i'i':.-!" i" I'.-'i'ii th; jioii nl' f'nl n'" y Smi'ii. H' a' i', y i ro idling owtiy in fip'iliiV 'Hid liinrn lie", or c unrif i iii t i i n pursuit ill' (Viti frivolous; 'I f i n of thn liiiimn r ji Ihh Iit thn n r it I . !v imI nicr"dly I r 1 1 ! Tn trttrli Irvtr.a p'lxii'HH ni llicy 111 VI) 'i 'el I in i tin V I mii'il; In . i lr ri'-i'ti ri tut why they i i'; nl' ln'tit, id Iprht, mill : will' "'"I In s tli."ivpreil in ; ml j'i in' '--t r t it li.'iirii'li; .. ii;.-' 1 1 i fi . 5 I ih nn rve'uus I )ri' i)"r Jims l"i:lfi! up in yo.ir v '' v n ' i 1 1 'i' yi'i'.r plcas'ip;' wnr ii i i tii" ' hf-n r ' iii 'i nn I ii i d llii' cmir-i (I'MVil o : i d"ll wit V I I: iv f -i : ) -' : 'i' heir !i I""'! ti : wiir cjnii' Will lo w!i' Win to H i' I'm ill th- t..! : cay, I!, .,;,. I'ls'lll', i' (J'll V'llJ'll lien! i!;-' 'i. i I., i'ivn -i:.rn f'pr ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 1 November 1850

Athens Female Academy. fpilH Trustees of the Alliens Female A Academy icspeetlully anm'tincf- to the public that Hi- lirsi SiesMoti ot the Instilil liuu, uoder u new nrrii'iiz iti'in. will turn liieneoun tin liri Moininv "I' riioinlifr next, under the can- v( Miss 0. 14. March banks, as Frincipil. Ht'iiiT resolved id use evi rv effort to place tins institution on an eij-mniv in eve ry respect, wiili ill" bt-si ot llm kind in Ihe coif Cry, anil ln-ini' sitibfied that its present accomplished Principal will jrive perfect s aiisliction In iis pupils ami patrons, Ihe Trustees ri-ly witli an abiding confi dence upon the co-operation ol the friemls el' l-mal' education in Hieir ellorts to main lain Hie institution ' p"ii Hie most perma nent anil elevated position. To secure lie iiinsi thorough and accom plished education, tuc course ol study will be llie same as is adopted in liie. Iiest Kp. mile Acviemii s ol llie cuutiiry , and iiddi i. ,,-..! i,.:.,-l,Hr will lie eiiL'aed from tune to ...

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 November 1850

THE ATHENS 11 i ta JL 0 BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATIIEXS, THNN., FRIDAY, NOVE.YiliEli 8, 1850. VOLUME 3. NIDI lift! I 111. TERMS! THE POST will ba published every Fridny nt 92 per yeur, payable wittiiu throe months from the time ol subscribing; $3,50 ill six monthi or $3 if payment is duluyed until the cxpirntion of the yenr. AnvKRTUF.MKNTS will be obnrged $1 per square of 12 lines (or less) for the first insertion, nnd 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the your. Persons send in? ndverlisemcnts must murk the number of times tlmy desire them inserted, or tlpy will be continued until for bid and charged accordingly . ftT For aniuiiiiicin; the names of enndi dates for office Tiirkk Dor.i.ABt, ('ash. Jon Wobk, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Curds, KliinUs, Handbills, &c, will be executed in n neat nnd workmanlike manner, lit short noticp, nnd on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly nt...

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

. ATHENS TOST. S. P. IV INS, Kdltor and Proprietor. TERMS. a year, paveMe villi in three months from the lime oj ' $ubrribiim ; in 6 months, or at the expiration nf the iear. ffcJ-A'i piper diseontinuid until all arrear Ijrs are paid, twpl at the option of the I'ub ither. Fur aitounrini; the names of candidates for tffice p. Cash. ATIIi:M, PltlDAY, NOV. 8, IK5II. 0 W. Thomson, is lite authorized tgeni for ihe "Post," in I he city o( Brflii lore, MJ. NOTICE. All persons indebted In this office, either for subscriptions, advertising, or job work, sre rciiipiiil in -settle ii)' inmif tliniel v. We need nil the. money due ut, ond hupp those indebted will pay the respective amounts without any nioro delay. Meeting of Directory Wo nre re quested to title lhat there will he a meet ing of the. Dircctots of the East Tf nncssee and Georgia Railroad Company, on Vrd nssday (lie 20ih inst. It it desired lUt them should be a full otlendance, a (here will be iusiness of importance before t he Boor...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 November 1850

r BALLOON ASCENSION. Wednesday afternoon was appoint ed by Capt. Tagrgart for an experi ment at serial navigation in a balloon, to which was attached a pair of re volving fans, to be turned with a crank, and an apparatus for steering. The balloon was to ascend from Jersey City. It appears, however, by the following paragraph, copic.l from the Newark Daily Advertiser, that the Captain did not succeed in his experiment : The Captain's Flying Machine. Thousands of people from New York and other parts unknown, assembled at Jersey City yesterday afternoon to sec the ascent of Captain Taggart with his Flying Machine. He had advertised to fly over the city in vari ous directions, demonstrating that he could navigate the air as well as others can the water. Three o'clock was the hour appointed for the ascen sion, and for two long hours tlvs mul titude gazed upon a large balloon swaying in the air, and apparently anxious to make an excursion into the hoavens. At four o'clock the car was brou...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 November 1850

Ai!Sns: Feiale Academy. - fliR TrA-it-ps of tlif At'rej" I'Vtnaie Academy re.P''''il'illV nomiiMrt In Hie i 1 1 1 1 - Itiht'Vl'' rtoi Si'rrt III Hi" Institu lion, 11 nliT I" m W if ril'i IZ imti . will eotll liii'il'.'fi on I ln first Mmiiliiv of September IH'M, under ihe care of MissO. E. M.wtCH ' banks, Principal. li.-jllr Ived ((1 lisp PVerV effort III place llii I'.IMiiiitlon ml Mil ei'ial'ty III eve ry respect. wn!i tli" ti' M ' iIip kind i l!ie courtry, and heiiii: f itilif-tJ iluil its prejp'il a.:cimiilli'J I ' r i :i im -i will (five peri'.-r.l : n 1 1-f . I ii n in ns iiiiils mill patrons, the Tnf-tecs ri'.'v wi'li an abiding conli. dene upon lln- ro-cpi'ialnin nf (lie Irieuils ' of f 'mii ile education ill llif ir ftioris In niaiii lain liie if .iniiiiiii ' "H t :" most perma nent and ilivated position. T) P 'OUie Iho iik.sI lliomiiah and ncenui-. pltshpd I'.lii.'alinii, the course nl' sillily Will he i!ie same as is adopted in the licsl Fp ninle Aeailcinien ol the countr...

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. — 15 November 1850

TORN PAGES rn H BY SAM". P. IVINS. ATIIttXS, TKXN., FRIDAY, NOVEMHEli 15, 1S50. VOLUME 3.NUMBKII 112. s. ATHENS POST. frmm THItMS: THE POST will hi publi'hed every Friday nt $2 per year, payable within three months from the time ol'tnihscribiiiir; $VU in fix months or $3 if payment ia delayed until the expirittion of the year. AnvBRTiKMHNT will he ehnricd St per square of I t linen (or hs.) for (tie first insertion, nuil d.'i cents for cacti continuance. A liberal ttadilctinn made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sendina advertisements mit murk tlio number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be conlinncd until for bid nnd charged accordingly . fff For iiiinoiinoiri!? the names of enndi dates for office Tnnur. Pot.nn", ('ash. Jon Work, such n Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Card?, Blank", Handbills, fen., will he executed in n neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, nnd on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be prom...

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. — 15 November 1850

ATHENS POST. 8. r. IVINS Editor and Proprietor. Tt:HMS.$ i a near, payable v:ithin three months from the lime of snbsrriliing : $3,50 in tmonths,or $'at the expiration of the gear. Qr J" paper discontinue a" until all arrear ages are paid, escepl at the option of the l'ub isher. Fur announcing the names of candidates for tffice $.'), Cash. ATHENS FRIDAY, NOV. 13, I85l. 07" VV. Thomson, is the authotized agent for the "I'ost," in ilie city ol Balli more, Md. NOTICE. All persons indebted to this office, either for subscriptions, advertising, or job work, are requeued to "settle up immediately. We need all tlio money duo in, ond hope those indebted will pay the respective amounts without any more delay. Meeting of Directory We are re quested to slate that there will be a meet ing of the Directors of the East Tennessee and Georgia Ilnilruad Company, on Wed- nisday the 'JUih inst. It it desired that there shou'd bo a fuil attendance, as there will be limine of iinporlunce before the Boar...

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. — 15 November 1850

TORN PAGES MYSTERIOUS KNOCKINGS. Tho Nashville Gazette says J The Cincinnati folks are still beinn amused with the Spiritual Knockings lately commenced in that city, and of course, in the meantime, the wise men of Porlfopolis ure tasking their wits at discovering the why and wherefore of such strange doings. The Com mercial is sceptical, and sets its face against the ghosts in a manner plainly to show that it is not to be frightened by them. If Curtiss don't mind they will hang over the head of his bod some of these dark nights, and knock him into fits. He insinuates (the audacious fellow!) that the ladies who take prominent parts in these myste rious knockings, are walking tele graphs on a small scale, with wires running through the folds of their petticoats, around thnir arms, legs, &c. Such paradoxical notions on this subject are inexplicable to us, unless we attribute them to willful malice against all gliosis and their co odjutors, and we leave the propagator of them to the...

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. — 15 November 1850

f TORN PAGES T;ie i,raatil'o.t.i;.aU'd Lotltw- of 5ii::ylaxi, ri:i loviHKSt-:!:. io J R I .'. W will h- found a lull .-cifi-iiulf r.l t'9 i!i- , .iiith-s 10 ! drawn in ."Vi m her. C..pn..I Pr z-'S. Price of Tl.-Ui-l-, ami Pack nf Tick"'s mimed: Hi'' vet-ian-, COLVIN & 00,, Til" '."''.it iliiril'ii'ors of Cap't a! Pl.zc I;i li:i' Ma-v ' Ic'iicncs. will yi' treason s nl the S a:.- in I In- "sl liiu-iM '.vim s.jIh-ii ill" lavor.i Hi" k-r--." D.lmC Fnr'noc" hi ih.-ir Lauds. V'ic dnhl-ii Cu'iimn of October U Uielt ! sk capital im.izi-.s cashed; ' . ., ,, : TvtPiiiy S vizi's sxl.wOv Sola. sSI II til. caoiu! prize, sold In Louisiana. Alii'. ."ill I, 1'iiiiiial prize, H'l-I I" Tennessee. S.'.l.ii'iO, capital pnz-', sold to N. rnliiia. s 1 1 i,l nn, i-npH ,1 p' :.-', '' I " Alalia in a. $V.'0.lll)i I, -.! ; r a i pri.'-, u!d in Hailiiiiore. S22 0 "ID. ra,nl il prize. '' I in Ohio. In Hai iuv COLVIN Si CO. soailcr oo'il'-n pnz- iivi'r lii" l.inil! i).-V- Or Iiti solicited lor lli Noveiiii...

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. — 22 November 1850

THE ATHENS POST. BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS. THE POST will hi published every Frulny nt S3 per year, payable within three months (torn the time ol subscribing ; $3,50 in six months or $3 if pnyment i delayed until the expiration of the year. Aovkrtiskmrnts will tjo charged 1 per Square of 1-3 lines (or less) for the first insertion, nml 25 cents for cncli continuance. A liberal ileiluction mmlc to those who Hilvcrtise by the yenr. Persons lending advertisements must murk the number of times they desire them Ininrted, or they will be continued until for bid and churned accordingly . Op-Fornnniiiincinir the mimes fir candi dates for office Tiiiiek om.ss, Cash. Jon Work, sunh as Pamphlet', Minutes, Cir cnlnrs, Curds, ilnnks, Hamlhills, Sec, will he executed in a neat nml workmanlike manner, ut short notice, unci on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly Attended to. Persons nt n distance sendine us Ihc name of four solvent subscribers, will ...

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. — 22 November 1850

ATHENS POST. 8. 1. IV INS, r.rtitor and I'niiuiL-tn.-. TERMS. $ ! a near, paiahle v-ithin three months from the time nf snlnrritiins ; $'l,!Min tmontht.or $'lat the erinralion nl the icar. (fcJ-.V paper discontinued until alt arrear mgei are paid, except at the option nf the I'ub ishtr. For annnnnring the nanus of candidates fur Ice $ .'), Cask. ATIIU.VS, 1KI1MY, NOV. 'i'Z, 1S(. OCT" V. Thomson, is 1 he nillliolied leni lor the "I'osl," in llio city ol JJitlli eiore, Md. NOTICE. All perns indebted in ibis nflirp. cither fnr snbse.riiitions, ndvertisiti". or job work, are requested to (( le up' i iitintiiltH t el y . Wo need nil llio money tluo us, and hope those indebted will pny 'he respective mounts without nnv more doluy. 03" No paper mml South oI'Datton sitico Tuesday. fCZP See Railroad advertisements next psgc. 00 Advice from Suviimish, G an nounce the arrival at that purl, tut the 13'h, of the ship India, laden with Railroad Iron for the East Tennessee and Georgia Com pany, an...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 November 1850

he is resolved to perform his duty by employing all the means which the Constitution nnd Congress have placed at his disposal, to enforce the law. As to the complaint that your agents were unjustly prosecuted, and held to bail in unreasonable pretended of fences, the President directs me to say, that however ho may regret any such injustice nnd incivility, he is not aware that lie has the power to rem edy the evil. If the complaints against your Agents be unfounded, the de pendents will doubtless be ncquilcd, and if malicious, they have their rem edy in an action for a malicious pros ecution. But all these are judicial questions over which the Executive can exercise no control, nnd the evil complained of results from the ac knowledged right of every individual to prosecute any one for an alleged offence or violation of right. The President feels the importance of avoiding, as far as practicable, all causes of irritation between the North and the South, and especiallyjon the exciting...

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. — 22 November 1850

The Grand Consolidated Lotteries OF MARYLAND, rnn ovi:m!ri. mr,o : 1$ ELOV will he loitti l a lull sciieilulo ul oil the L iiiiTiPs I i In- drawn hi fWve in ber. Capital Prizes, Price of Tickets and Packaes of Tickets natiie.1: l!i veleians, COLViN & CO,, The er"al distributors of Capita! I'ncs in Ihe Maryland Lniteries. will yield up the treasures ol Hip Stale hi Ihe "j;old seekers," IhuMe who solicit ihe favors of "Dame Fortune" m their hanU. The Gohlvii Column of Ocitibcr is JtiWi .' Look at the Splendid Prizes Sold! SIX CAPITAL I'UIZKS CASHF.D! Twenty Prizes of $1,000 Sold. $24.0. JO, capital prize, sold to Louisiana. 37,500, capital prize, soi.l to Tennessee. 823,0110, capital prize, sold to N. Carolina. 810,001), cnpiial prize, sold to Alaliama. 820,000, capital prize, sold in Baltimore. $''2,000, capital prize, sold in Ohio. In llat way COLVIN Si CO. scatter golden prizes over Ihe land! (0- Orders solicited lor the November Lotteries. COLVIN & CO., will send the Capit...

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. — 29 November 1850

T 5- v I I J) 2J ( BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, KCVKMliKU 29, 1850. VOLUME 3. NUMBEll 114. rn ATHENS TERMS - THE POST will b3 published every Frirlny , at $2 per year, payable within three months from the time ol subscribing; $2,.r0 i" ' months or $.1 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the year. AnvKBTiKMENT will be chnrtred $1 per square nf 15 line! (or less) for the first insertion, nnil tJ.'i cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who ndverfirc by the your. Persons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid nnd charged accordingly . 07 Forannomicing tho names of candi dates for office Tuiirn Dollars, Cash. Job Woiik, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Curds, Blanks, Handbills, Jfcc, will he executed in n neat nnd workmanlike manner, at short noticp, and on reasonable terms. . All letters addressed to the proprietor, poet paid, will ho promptly Attended t...

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. — 29 November 1850

ATHENS POST. 8. r. IV INS, Editor and Proprietor. TKRMS.$2 a year, payable nitiin three months from the time of subscribing : $2,50 in t months, or $3 at Hie expiration of the year. paper discontinued until all arrear age are paid, except at the option of the l'ub iiher. For announcing the namct of candidate! for tffice $3, Cash. ATHENS, FRIDAY, NOV. , I860. W. Thomson, is the authorized sgent for the "Post," in the city ol Balti more, Md . 0T The postmaster reqitosts us to say that all "drop loiters" are chargeable with two cents postage. GEORGIA-liMON TICKET SUCCESS FUL. Yesterday's mail brought us the follow ing letter from Georgia, in reference to the election in that State on Monday last. It will be seen that the Union ticket has prov ed triumphant and the disorgar.izers been rebuked and their sentiments scouted by the people of theSu. las, for Mr. Rhett and Gen. Qnatt'ebum. Atlanta, Ga.. Nov. 27, 1850: Friend him According to request 1 proceed to give you all the election news...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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