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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 February 1859

s7 ( r BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1859. VOL. XLNO. 543. THE POST IB rUHUSHKD BVEIIY FRIDAY, AT two uorrAicM im:ii tuaii 14 YABLR IS A U VAXVK. AdTorllflrmcntn will b charged $ 1 per tqnnre fl9 lines, or Icmi, fur tl.e nnU -ntrtinn, an-l fiocvnti for Who advertise by the year. t36rl'triotis stMidlntrndver tltemenu muit mark Hie number of times they desire than Inter ted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly., for announcing the uamesof CMdldatcsf or office, )ft, CnK. Obituary notteei over 19 llnei .charged at tharegular advertising rates. AHcommunlcatlonstntendedto prnmotethe private fndi or inter it of Corporation, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be sharped an artvertlsements. , job Vork,ttchMPamplitetii,Mlnytes,Clrcolri, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, 4c, will be executed In good tyle, and on reasonable term. All letter! addressed to the Proprietor, pott paid , will rompuy aitentiea to. eomfqvinleatlon IniertoJ 'llflltaa accom...

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 February 1859

ATHENS- POST. i. P.IVINJ.EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. Trrwt:-H a n. n...hl. in No paper dincontiDucil until all arrearages art paid, except at tint option or the Publliher. AntKmnclnit Dnnci or camtklatee for orflee $5, Cash. Obituary NoMcm OTer la llnu,cbred at Uierefular adrerllilns ratee. All eomiuunlcallone Intended Hi promote the private nds or lnteri-te or Uorimretlone, Societies, schscls or adl Iduale, will be charred aa adeertlaeuienle. , ATIIKNN. FRIDAY. I'EH. 18. IRfte. Wantr.d At this office, an Apprentice to learn the Printing Business. A boy who eno read and spell well, and wishes to learn a trade which Is at least ss remunerative as any other, aside from other advantages it possesses, eno secant a placo bj applying earl. (& Quarterly Meeting Methodist Episco pal Church commences here today Friday, fW The Revival Meeting at the Presby teries Church closed on Tuesday, after a tession of tea or twelve dnya. Severn! per sons professed religion and were added to the Chuich. I...

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 February 1859

ATHENS FEMALE COLLEGE. Jear Pott .I nny(I a very agreeable surprise a few day since, during a flying visit I paid to jour plaoe. I expected much of the pleasant town of Athene nttd wot not disnp. pointed. but I wee not prepared to II nil Hint promieing institution lied eprung up even in our midst end almost without our know ing it. I refer to Athene Female College, which already nutnbere more limit eighty pu pile. Tha College building waa the least port of my aurpriae, though it ia a handsome struc ture, and well adapted to the purposes for which it it designed. The deskrare certain ly the most elegant and convenient to be found in any Sohool in East Tennessee, what ver its grade or pretensions But my admi ration was complete when I met the agreea ble and entertaining President. He v. E. How ley, who neede no eulogy from ma where he ia so well known and appreciated. Hut I cannot refrain from saying that I regal A him a possessing, in an extraordinary degree, tha energy, decision and...

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 February 1859

J.QUDQN ROLLING JfllLLJ rpIlW'4,JtiKneJ would rpeotful1y In JL form the oons'iuier of Wrought .ron, - fiifttthey lira no munurneniflnf : - 'Superior Arllclc of Rolled Iron, iio'i Wrfon Tyr. Binriry Tyr, I low RK Ir..n Hand Iron. HonnJ and Bniinr lung St CubeM Iron, (ill aises of Flat Iron, from three fnurth of n inch In wuHh up to three Inolios, ny all Mia various thicknesses, from three six teenths of an Inoh anil upwards. Alto, rounds, from ona half ineli up to two anil n quarter ' Inches iquarcs, from one-half Inoh up to ona ami a half Inches all of which thoy flatter tlienwelves thnt tliey ean mnk equal, in point of finish anil (rood quality, to any . that ia mnila in the State. Having- lan en gaged in tha bu.ines upward of thirty vaara. anil thereby acquired II thonititfh knowledge of tha maniifnottir of iron, in nil ita branohae, by whwli they liopo to give en lira aatiafaetion. A lore assortment alwnya kept on hand munufaetureil out of the beet Knat Tennoesoe metal, to which ...

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. — 11 March 1859

V 4. BY SAM. P. IV1NS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1859. VOL. XL-NO. 540. Triinst TUB PORT IS PUMJBIIKn KVKTtY FIUDAY, AT T WO HO I, IjAHN I" T. Ift K .4 It , PA YABLS IN U VANCK. Adrnrf iNnmnnl will b cWfM f 1 per ttqiinrt Of 18 Unci, or lens, for the flrnt Insertion, nnd B(l cents for each continuance. A Hlmml 'tVdtictlott mal to those who Advertise hy (he yenr. tl'erpnn niiin)rfWr tlsementi must mark the number of times theyrienlre tliem inserted, T tlie j-will lie continued until forbid and charged accord I nfy.mjg For mnoounolng the names ofciindldntetror office ,95, Oblt.mry notlceiorer IS.Inei.charged atthereguUr ftdrertislnfr rates. AllcommnnlcntlonsIntendedtA promote the private mis or Interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or tndlrldiinls, will be charged as advertisements. Job Worlu'uch as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be eivcutedln good style, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, postpaid ,wlll b...

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 March 1859

ATHENS POST. I. r. ITINS.IDITO AND PROPRIETOR Trrmi:-H year, r-svablo hi advanra. tw No neper dlsoontlnoed until all arrearages re Said, oa-oer-t at Ihe optional the Publliihcr. Annosnclng names of candidates for office S( Cash. Obituary Notion over la llnee.ehanred at the r f alar advertising ratee. All eommuntratlon Intended to promote the private ende or Interests of Corporations, Snrletlee, Schools or ndl Iduala, will ha charted as advertlsementa. ATHrN,FRIT)AY,KIAR(H II. S)&ft. Abssrt. Ths editor ha been abaenl ill week, attending Conrl at Kingston, which we hope will bs sufficient apology For any short-cowing in the make up of thn Post HT Our commercial letters report a dull Bacon market, with a declining tendency. t3V Tns revival mooling.at this place la atill going on. The meetings are now held ' at the Presbyterian Church. Viroima Market. Ws huve made ar rangements with Thomas Branch &. Sons, Commission Merchants, Petersburg, Va., by which wo are enabled to furnish ...

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 March 1859

TELEGRAPHIC; I.tAVtriwonTH, Mnroh 5. A gold nop?rt hi been received from latin)! IVk. The city is full of adventurer for I'ikea I'enk. New York, March 5. A tVosliinglnn die- paten any. in re-IKiui nt iwcniy niilliiin J'rvnnury mitea in provided fur In tin- tniarel. Inneoue appropriation bill. Th I'rraidcnt did not ai.n Hi St. Clnir litis bill. 'I'll President snya, If, after consulting the Poattn-tater (ienernl, who is now III, ha liuiln (ho Pit office Department entirely crippled by III. loss of appropriation, lis will convene Conjtrcsa prulmuly In June. The Treminry Department Inn L'lvcn or ders to rut down nil expenditure In Hip low. oat notch. The President vetoed '.lie roaiilu. tinn to dot-pen the b.tr al the mouth of Ih Mississippi, hut will protinli'y direct the Sec relnry tu npply unexpended funds to lluii purpose. Itobert 8. Ould hna been rur.firnieil U. S. Attorney for the Diattict nf Columbia vice Ker. jn. T. Mi'GnfnV, of Gcorsin, i appointed Superintendent of Indian MIMr...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 March 1859

Chancery Sale of Land Adelia tinker ill her own riclil, and as rrffti lor Unanlian nf Samuel L. ltaktr, Katha rine A linker, J tiirt V. Ilaker nml Mel villa M. linker, Hint June Hailey and wife Kthr Emily llmlev. formerly Esther I'.mily linker, anil U. U. .Mcl'liing aiiil wife Harriet K AloCltmg, formerly Harriet L. Dakar.- , "f four yrarii old.ne.ir seventeen lunula if' nun " P" )U lt-lU ANT In a decree rendered at 111 ! p. lie trill lami ai tin the mm, with iho aanie A February term, 1850, oftl.it Court, II prlvllr. and pny.We at 'i';, ,,A"""1"n,,;. will tell, on the premises, io th. highest bid- KS,';, "ct"Kn"' ' ".i'iiiN m der, on Iho latdny of April next, Ilia follow- . 'iKIWiilKK. Telegraph Is Are .Venn old Ihla Spring, ln described LANDS, lo veil : The Hn'ltll ftrtecn hand, one huh l,larh nmler lha tlanilard. Willi l.i.lf of i,,ii IV Alan II.. Hnulh half of i out ho.e a. fired hy Marlnro Manitnolli, wl, eh Is a III of eection It. Alto lha South jinn 01 ,t,ru,1 j,0. ,,, olll M...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 March 1859

mm t w;kvj - y j. . i ' . - 1 ' . 'v -iuc if .DO(lfT') f".? iff rn'T 'j'i.?;,r vi- e-c". . i. '-V ,' ' l' .4 k '1 I '"" ,in,.v- ; .. 1 wlr -(:bv "hTi - .,'. t-. f-; v'- -; ';. ''.""'.yr 'V-T aw--.-,- -oV - .,1 .' ft JJY S At: P. I VINS. ' ; $EH0RIDAY,: HARCH 25, 1859. 'i- - VOL"XI-NO; 548; I ft J 1 v i ?f . -; TERM 8: . - - t'.' TBI FOOT II rCBLtSllKDUVKRY fit .DAT, At Two Dollar Yarf Payable In Advance, ' T Af mtttiM ftaid to order for the paptr mim mcamptutied by th , r ', AnfKnTiBNmiNTttlVUl b rharged $1 per iqtiftrtf of 10 Ifoof. r ln for tin flrst Tnwrtton. and AO onU for Jh ooutiimanco, A libaral uelaotloi Nmio to titoM who adverting by tba yor. 9Pertnn tfondlnff advortiwmnt mint mark the number of timun thoy desire thorn inserted, or thy will bo continued until forbid and charged aooordiBgly.-'tt For announeiiig the oainea of oandldato for offoe, Vaak. jMtnary noticed over 12 lined, cbarpct) at rega- nn aavwriiiing raivH , '. eommiuucatioui inienflcd to promote tne 1 ida or i...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 March 1859

t $, V TERM!: Twe IHiliabs A TaA, ayslW ta aflVaaM." Aaaoanstai in of caaaktsls Ifar ,, Cask. - OMtaary Matins am HnIt It, aargai' at lbs nmlti arfyartunn: nM. AU aatsraataaMaaa totW lo pmaoi tk pri vate sad or tntwwts T tnrymotlaat, Battalias, tfeaaalt or IadirMaaU, will at barf! M earar- AavaarwiM Aaan. A. WaMsU, 9oicua af lw ViarMaa VaW, Lraakbm ta aatkoftMtf la rwaira i mmiiaf far Um rst TkU M Um rst Tkt aaaar 1 fl4lsa"sfJfaBGMy' seal laa, Bradlay, Polk, Mmroa, Mm eMnttaa af aleatlaa. Rasa, BMlM! tlfeaa an4 Matgt aa tiailam koaaaf aaatof IhU wtH tad h a Uwtt aavaaUf k as a ai aa aavartuwc BMHa. 1'Jsa-T ataat waaart that Ibsy a la taair farm early (a Um wrofc, m wa an anapalM to go ta ptaai ny ii aa TaamiaT nam um vano auuia aoaaaav lC a as diranrlag fraai this point. A-' ' 1 nr Own Affair. V ; rraM la Awwaa and la tali luaaly, wa an laarttet ta aa tot Aanrtbalf, Job Work or Bab. ssrlpuaa, an laaaartai ta tall at ta eOea aad pay Mf aaaaaata. PtrmM at dlitaaoa aaa nattt . !.,..'. ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 March 1859

The Island- of Cuba. " Wrooi tht Richmond Whirl Although thin lout Jvwspsnion of Spain 1 S !!. ' . . . in jvmenra is to nerceiy; courted, by a largo portion of our countrymen, we an poot there are Very .few of, them who know much about Its extent, or U capa bilities For the benefit of snoh of our readers an come under thin category, we subjoin the following description, hoping that IP may not prove tinlntercxting nt a porioil like tilts. ', Cuba is the i largest," and most westerly of the Antilles. It lies (approximately) between latitude 10 and 23 North, and longitude 74 and 85 West, (from Green wich.) It lies fprty miles west of llayti, one hundred south of Jimmied, and about one hundred and twenty south of Cape Florida. It is more than seven hundred miles long, by upwards of one hundred broad; and, with the atlioininaixlets, con tains 44,000 square miles, being as large as the State of Pennsylvania. Its con figuration, extent, number of ports, fer tility, climate, and resources, ...

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 March 1859

iotc touaa kill. .Ja. I.0rOJ,'CBr"l. . mm- trsbKHRiosKD worm rsspkct- Jmilfrfc " aw"" WioagM iron, tEaT titer are no BfMlr!n(c W'Sfctoitor Article of Rolled Iron, , M Want rym rt.iwr' Tyr., Hma8koa Ira. Hud I row. R.rand ana (Sanara Iron, all sl.s af rtat Iron, ffnr rarravfmrrlh. of aa Inch la Wrrttn of to tare, lotnw, V " How thlrnawsnw, frnas tbrr..i.trrntr)s af an teen Md nrn.ar.lsj AhaXTMtria, from one-half Inch np o twoand staartar rachrs) annanis, from ena-half torn n to I!m Mil half rnclwa H of whioh they natter thrnnvlrer that they can atakw ennal, hi point of wish mil (road qnalily, hi hit thai i made In Iho gtatea. JUrlng bora enRtil In k knstntna p rcrrl. of thirty rears, and thcrrhT ncrfaired a tbo rnnrh knnwlrl of th mannfaemrc of mn, in all It. branches, by which they hope to give .mire sat tsfartriin. " "A nwn nnrhnni nlwaj-s hen on hand, mann. faetarad out of tb bert Kal Tennessee metals, to trien they call th attention of the merchants and eonnawn of Iron, all of wh...

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 April 1859

V' V. 4 - v.v... v4i?r '. . . ' j yv . Wi.,iVVVt ( : .. r .... j " -. ... ' -M '1 l-i -ill I nrr,'.'rfA J .a w a ,t n n v w kbov :;;t BYSAM.;P. IVINS. 'VOirxi-NOrm T 5Z- l : II n . If asp- IV I'll am J I l '1 . TS2M8: . i.,- mi ovt a rcausHM btikt rmiD4r, ,. m! At Tw Xr,yM In Advino. v f i AvnniUiMn will U brl tl pr (qau rf lllh Int inwrUois, ml M .,;mt aaeh. WitlMm IHbml MmUm . Id lixw vW:4nrtln by the. wt. r . AFotom Mndiaf .adnrtimnaU But '. t mbn at liana thmy dnin thm InierUd, w ; ' UijwUI V oantinmd matik forbid ut hrgd ii i 9m MMMMlnf a mtftt f M(Hatn Ibr vr Owtl OMk..i - if . (.. ui i Vbiuun boUom otw 11 QaM, ehugwl at rf . Ipr MrMlWnf nlM. . . ... . .. All muBkUoM 'Infohtkd to prato tin ' yriTato 1 or InlarMU of Corpora tioofl, Boaictiaa, fetkoob or Isdlridaali, will Im olurgod u advor- .' Jo Wmb, Mh M PwapkMa, Hfarataa, dm. Ian, CaxbvBlanka, HaadbiJU, aa, will ba aara .....tad ayk aadaa taaictuM. taraia, l' ... AUUUara d4naMd to tha Proprlatof, wBl W Maaaa -I- ka aSa uaa a...

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 April 1859

' , TERNS: Twe IVm.Lam A Tiar, ntjrtMo la trimo. imn wet of cwdidatw tor ,, Cufc. OMtMiy Hollrw om Mntr 11ms, tharfo4 t A Kfjulu MTatthlng rates. All manlMlMi HtteaM t roto Uw pri. rate ai r ioMrortt of Corvonlkmt, oclttl , mmi or iHdiTidoai, win raargwi M auror al. for aovkHMOR, fOHX M1THIBL1HD, tt-Hmr, Myrtl U fit. SUSS pTSSTSKt. hMtaM4lt fli wynul tho ooanty of Mollin fai Uw lower brack, of the aokl Blow lagUlatai. KUltoa, 4th of Aagut. - Tho Womination. r - : : Aa had bm generally aaticipated, the Convention of the 29th, nominated Col. 1 Job NcraHLAiin for Governor, by aooU ' xaetion. The proceeding reached Us on J,1.; Wednesday night, and we publish as fall .' ft resort at we can crowd in thit week. l. -. The delegate from this county who have returned, report the Convention a lnrge, harmonious, and enthusiastic beyond pre cedent. . 8o far every tiling augurs weU The Convention ha nominated a good, . popular and efficient man, who U able to ;' compete on the stump with the best...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 1 April 1859

Vh Political Signs of the Times Ai both the Democratic and Black He- publican )utie are iow undergoing tho procem of discDtrgralioq, ovciy movtv talent Wring upon tho formation of a slew) r third orgnniziition, possesses " great importance. In New York rocont- ly there was a very largo and imposing . demonstration of "Old Lino Whigs," such ' an one as tho Etniiire Cifv lm tint Jrd since 1844. The meeting wag address es try M-Uflvernor Uunt. We subjoin Halnv an a,..:,.!.. 1.. -.-1 .. . . ,, . . . . i.itu n ;j iu ji( (iiKen ''"' from a lAnil'tntff tniti.n.,1 . . - The "Political Sim of tlm T;m"'ri. JVew 1 kird furltf Movement. 'Vm pntliUsi tie mretingof the "old lino whig" at Hope Chapel, the other evening, to hear '! bk 01 unvernor limit on "tli ', political signs of the timm." bnlnnon tn Hint ... ClaJU OI tinlitift.nl (luinnnpntm.. ...I.!... . politician of any party can regard "with indifference. There wan not much in tho speech of Mr. Hunt, and nothing in tho J proceedings of tho ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 1 April 1859

feT. . 10UE0N HOLIIJra KILL. s - a i .MfI no, T Tfik unii:rhiokkd would respect Httf inform the MntiitMirt. af Wrought IroB, .. tn4 tfcejr an now manufacturing , ' Superior Article of Soiled Iron, wih u Wftgn Tw, BuRy Tyre, Uorso-hoe ,, Iron, Band Iron, Hound anil Square Iron.hU tins of Flat Iron, from thru-Court us of an Inch in width . up to threa Inch, hy all toe Viri- oi thicknesses, from threiixiaonth of an tnca said upvtardj. Alto, round, Irora on half Inch up to two afttl , quarter In the; sonara, from ore-half In oh up to . one end a half inchee of which thoy fatter . themaelvee thht tboy can make equal, In point of ftnish and tod quality, to any that W made in tb t Btetos. lUvinfC bora anjcaaod In the fcusittOM np- mmrAm at thirl v roar, and Lharebv fteatttred a tho rough knowledge of the nanpfaotareof iron, la all Its branches, by which they hopff to giro eutlro tat rlafaotloa A large assortment always kopt on hand, tnanu factored owt of fth beat Kart 'Tinnomwa matali, 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 April 1859

. Kei IStSdMetaesr Jlr-rf. trrfol .roTI ,Isft.tvr,t "fflil.. I Ol .iTf. lt-.-l,1i. .t, ..Il!l-i- i; i .nriimifi-n. srwM i '.( --ti Hiilll ''I'. 'V . ! ..'.-. -.i i I -W' I ,.' i'l -" .t;i til ij I . I ii -ll't TU 41 ''.' '"(I t- . -..I . I l-i . i- I I. .! A If. . rj in. I i n' i' i ' itnfii-iiHt juJnU'i'' , ,.. . .,( !.!. 1'l 'if i' ( - lil m. iiI : :n n.ij -n " 7 i-.'i . ; tl ii I ' ' fl n i '.I :PV"3T tr,i"n1 K? tuw i!1 i.T hi I 1 a 1 ' h I 'ii, "i ,ir .i. ,. I .t-.-.. ' ... ' I !- -' ' : r 'i 'P H V XUOt ;:bY:SAM.-P.IVINS. 1 !' t l?i'W - -ntT y.n;;sr.liV oitT ."I :.7 A II, It- i ' '"ll'l i ' " L J. . -I -.11.. - . : t I. r.. ' -.lllll.-l v'. fla"' ' -' - " ,:--T---:r TT-- -I . I - . ..'. - VOL. XI---N0. 550. ''. ": TERMS: .' . TBI POST U rU11UKMKI IVERT FRIDAY, At Two Dollar Var, Ptyablt In Advtnoe. ." Wf(A pttiH to Wr ur ya;w nUm mcrtrmpanitH bg the Caih.. . AnvHTiasmtxTS will bo charged $1 per qnara W I Hum, or gM, fur (In Oral inmrliun, and 60 eenu for each continuance. A lib...

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. — 8 April 1859

TERMS: Two rtnll.aas A Yiar, payable In advance, Amnarlng naiaos uf eandiiietee for f,M, Caaa. OMMary Notices over Iwatra llnee, charged at Um rcfrahur advertising ratal. All eniaiaanlcatinM lntededto proatote the prl Tata ewde nr In recasts of Corporation, Boekwlee, rVnostanr tndlrldMla, will be charged aj sdvtr tiaeaaeals. . rOR OOVKJNOK, - aTOBH KBTHBRI.Ja.NI, or liwiiiu catnr. Athens, Frisian ApTH !. T-4t We ara authorised sad echoes Scd to aa no'nnc tha nam of BAZ COBB, Esq., as aa tndcffeBdefit candidate to represent tha eouaty of McMinn la the lower branch of lb nut 8MW Legislature. Klselhm, 4th of August. Or Circuit Court for MoMinn county commence next Monday the 11th. Col. Hetherland't AocepUnOe. The following fai Col. Netherlands let ter accepting the nominntion tendered him by the Opposition Convention held at Nashville on the 29th ult. i , ItoniimviLi.i, SUt March, 1859. Mewrs. .1. W. Richardson, A. M. Looncy, , J. V. Cooke, W. U. Brownlow, and Geo. L. Holmes: Gentlemen...

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. — 8 April 1859

V - ..-. ' v . .. . . ...-.:..... - . ., -. 1 , : ''v '. - . - '" " ." ''' " . . ,- . - :- yaj-or-w.. ssww. -vr-sawa..- wo s.a-aaawaiia. . 1 - ... ;,..., t.w, ,.W.,:V. ,-- - ' ' , ... ,mn .; TXLXOBAPHIO. tftuAi'vteit, April lv The Capinot wu In Mnrion to (lay, la regard to Nicaragua , anairar-1 . t ' ., It It understood that Lord Onsoloy's diplomacy' there Will' bo severely scru : tinised. The ftoTcmment hore in in doubt as to . the truth of the report that Ocn. Mirn i man luts old Tehuuntepoc, but will not bo surprised if the next steamer brings con , nrmaiory intelligence oi h. , If tmk our government will take stronu ground,1 against it, and will probably re- aHwniblo Congress to consider the matter, Wahivito:, April 2. The non-arrival of the British stenmcr Aurncon with Lord ' Lyonn excites additional fears . for her atety. The Commander of the .Tmncitown corroborates the recent statements of ii i earaguan aUiurs. The Niearngua trnn- oit treaty lins been rntiniKl with nn audi ti...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 April 1859

iotoo boiling mix. rWttt., PSI)KR8t(lNBD Woi'I.P JL fnlly in form Its mnmn f Wrought Iron, thai la tnim aaanatactari: a I) x , tanMHaf Artinla fif ftolled Iron. ' reea M Wajrnti Tyre, Buggy Tyre, Hona-Bbo ma, rantl iroa, noaact ana eqiiar iron, wi nm f Plml Iron, fro thre-foartb of m inch in width , f to thro lech, by (II the various thicknesses, fro inrae-alitreolh of m hick nnd npwaribv e Al, rnwda, Aran oaa-heif Inch an to two and aaarase laeneat sanare, from one-half Inch up to M and half What all of which they Batter 1 taemctvea that the can nab aqual, lu point of . lands aad nod ejuaiity-, ta any that la nana in tha (Bate, itariag aaan engaged in tna onatne trp- p at tbh-tT rear, and thereby aeqnirrd a tho- roaih knrrarledg of the mannactura or Iron, in ail It. bran-hea, by which the hope to fir entire .at ' Ufaclkra. A largo Maortnent alwayt kept on band, mAnn raotatad out of tha beat Eaat Tcnneaaee metal,, to arbiek they rail tha attention of the merchant and aewaamera of Ir...

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