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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 29 November 1850

COL. RICHARD M. JOHNSON. The Washington Union of the 22d, thus speaks of this distinguished gen tleman, who died, after u short illness, on the l'Jlh : The death of Col. Johnson is an event of interest to the whole Ameii nan people. No public man of our country has been more before the public eye, or more distinguished for services in war and peace, than the deceased. Born in Kentucky, and having the interesting fact attached to his person of being the first male child born of the pioneers of that noble region, his afflictions were warmly fixed upon the West as his native Iniul, whib his patriotic aspirations embraced the whole Union. He was not sectional either in feelings or ser vices to his fellow-citizens. He was educated in his native State, and crew up among her hardy sons as a cultivator of the soil. Early mark ed for his energy of character and. earnestness of purpose, he was always selected by the partiality and confi dence of his follow citizens to repre sent them in the l...

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. — 29 November 1850

NEW MACHINE SHOP! THE undersigned hits located himself 7 mill Hast of Athens, nu Chestun Crei k, mill has now oil hand "ml will contiuc to nut mi factuvr Woiii. Carimxo M.i-iii'KVf h0 latest iinprnvKil stylo, ami superior tn miy that hnve ever hi-en seen in this country s nUn Porta blc HnrjcPnwerainl Threshim M:iRliinr ofali improved and superior tpinlily, and riilrii luted lo thresh tin v kind of Grain nml Clover Secil. These Machines urn nil muniifnctiireil Willi crnat euro, with n view to durability, nnd iv. II bo Uisiiisnl of on accommodating tcrmn. . Tim undersigned will also repair nny kiml of .IJaehinerv, nrnl will promptly attend tn l,..a:.t,..o'iii Lis linn with which lie IIIHV ti" favored. Ho will nlfo manufacture pat terns Tor ("list .Uiicinncrv ni nny kiii". JOHN J. DIXOV. June 1-i.lfSO-fim "0 lo those who have been in t lie Service of the lulled States since the Revolution. THE undersigned being fa miliar ivith nil tlie Executive rul-s ami regulations, and the chancier ...

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. — 6 December 1850

i k HUT BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TRNN., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1850. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 115. Tniuin POST. TERMS I THE POST will 3 published every Friday nt 3 por year, pnynhlc within three months from the time ol subscribing; $'2,50 in six months nr $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the year. Advertisements will he charged $1 per tqtinrc of 12 lines (or less) for the first insertion, nnd 25 cents for eae.h continuance. A liberal ' deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons tending advertisements must mark the number of times they des're them Inserted, or they will be continued until for bid nm! charged accordingly . (gj- For announcing the names of candi dates for office Three Dot.nits, Cash. Jon Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Dlanks, Handbills, A.C., will he executed in a neat nnd workmanlike manner, at short notice, nnd on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons nt ...

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 December 1850

ATHENS POST. S. 1. IV IM. ICdilor nml rruprli'tur. TF.Il.VS. iia jrar, papiihlr villiin. Vim' month from the time nf milnrriliina : .f?"i,5C) in 6 nifith 't.r f.'tnf the criii rati-m '.the year. ,V p.iprt ?t.--. i 'l.i i . if en if all nrrrar- nrr paid, except at the upturn vf the J'uh ishrr. Fir annnunting the names of ran JnlaUs for tffice $.'t, Cash. ATI! I'NS HtlDAV, DEC. H. lf.V. (T V. TlI"MON Sg'ii I for the "1'i.si," more , MJ. , is i he a i: l liof izcl ii. tin: city ul U.iili- (w Circuit Court for McMinn county rti'e t a rcxt Monday, the !) Ii instnnt. Meeting of CoNr.nKss T!iis body met in Washington on Monday last. We (tee liy the CliaiUsion Courier, of t he 3d inst., that ill" President delivered hisnnnu nl Mesaje on the same dny. The mes sage is publisr.e.l in the Courier of that date rind occupies three columns and n hall. Owins to the late hour at which we receiv ed it, we are compelled to lay it over until next week. Mississippi I.Etii-i.ATi nr. It is thought thai a ...

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 December 1850

-7 . t r GENUINE PATRIOTISM. 'Hon. Wm. J. Gravson, of South Carolina the true Americanism of whose Letter to the uovurnor ot his State wo have lately had occasion to commend has published a Reply to a Letter addressed to him under the signature of "One of the People," animadverting upon the Letter which we commended as above, and expres sing a wish that his (Mr. G.'s) opin ions might undergo a change, and induce him to coincide in the necessi ty or expediency of a dissolution of the Union. From this reply of Mr. Grayson we cannot refuse ourselves the satis faction of holding up to the respect and admiration of all parties the fol lowing paragraphs : "You appear to think that my past and present position or sentiments arc at variance. If they were so, it would bo enough lo say tiiat it is better to be right than to be consistent; that as we grow older we should nt least en deavor to grow wiser. I'ut I do nit need this extenuation or defence I have never known the time, before the pre...

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. — 6 December 1850

NEW MACHINE SHOP! TI1K iinilfr-iifiiiM l.ns located hin.felf 7 milo l'.nl of Allien", mi Clii slim Creek, mill bus iiimv mi hand iiml will condnc I" iiinnii- f IctllTf; Wonl. I'aIIIMM. M II1M-", 111 Hill lalcst improved style, iiml superior In miy that have ever been (.ecu ill H is country! uln Porta ble llorel'mverand 'I'lirrliinc M arliim s nfiin liiiprovi'il iiml ! iiirinr ipinlily, nod colon luted In thresh imv kind nf drain Mini Clnver Seed. These .Machine are nil iiiantifneturcd nil!, -rriil run-, with a view In durability, nnd ill lit! disposed of mi iiceuiuiniidiitinr: trnm. The ii'iiliTM.Miril will silsii repair liny kiml nf ,1,u-l i'n ry, and will Tniniilly atli'liil In rtnv hii -iin-i-s in hi linn willi which lm limy In- fit mri'il . Iln will also manufacture pat-It-rns for ('list Machinery nf nnv kiml. jo:i. J. DIXON. .T .11,0 II, I-.Vl-nm !HI To tiisist who have Imch in Iln1 Service of I niicd Stairs since (he Revolution. 7 Mil', mi l.i--MTiuil I .I-1 ii 5 familiar with...

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 December 1850

AT POST. nn Y SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TKNN., F1UDAV, DECEMBER 13, 1850. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 116. ilDJ h.mmm "11 I TERMS I THE POST will bi published every Friday nt )2 per yeiir, payable witliin three months from the time ol subscribini:; S''rr,l) 8' months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the year. Advrbtisemrnts will he phnrzed $1 per square of VI lines (or less) for the first insertion, nml 25 cents fur each continuance. A liberal lloductinn made to those who advertise by the year. Persons tending advertisements mast marlt the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will he continued until for bid and charged accordingly . (gj- For annonncim the names of ctiiuli dntes for office Tiikkk Dot.nas, Cash. Job Woiik, such an Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Klanks, Handbills, &.C., will bo executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, nt short notice, anil on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will ho promptly attended...

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. — 13 December 1850

care uf llie Oepa rt m n i which, however iiiiportiini, Arc no i essentiiillv naval. A revision ol llie code lor the novern meni of llie navy seems i require Hie im mediate consideration ol Unnuresj. It svstein of crimes mid piiiiilinents had un dergone no ciianije lor hall' a ceniury, un lil llie last session, though its delve's have been olieu nnd ably pointed oui, and (he B boh 1 10 ti of a particular species ol corpor al punishment, which then tnuk pluce, without providing any substitute, has lei I llie service in a slate ol defectiveness, which calls lor prompt correction. I there foia recoiinnend that llie whole subject lie revised without delay, and such a system established lor the enloiceinent of discip line, as shall beat once humane and cllc lual. The accompanying report of t he Pu-ftims -ter Ueiieral presents a satisfactory view of Uio operation uud condition of ttiut depart ment, At the close of the Inst fiscal year, the -niflli of the inland mill route in llie Uni ted ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 December 1850

TORN PAGES THE EDUCATION OF GIIILS. The best evidence of the unfitness of the education now imparted, is the insipid character of the conversation, in which the majority of young wo men, who have just left the schools, indulge. We appeal to every one, if it is not generally of most uninstruc tive and unploasing nature. Disquisi tions as to the last change of fashion, criticisms on the weather, or on the last foolish love story of Goiley or Graham; and, (vorso than all, recitals, evidently with more disposition to ex pose, than to sympathize with them, of the last follies or misfortune, of some unfortunate acquaintance. We admit there are exceptions; and only regret that it is our duty to allude" to the existence of a practice so inconsistent with the merits of woman's natures. We c'o not wish to have it under stood, that we are f.ivoraMc to the opposite extremes, of confining women exclusively to the needle work, or the cookery of the household, or that she should neglect these thin...

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. — 13 December 1850

TORN PAGES Mail Line fromKnoxville TO DALTON. TAYLOR, BRIDGES & J.K'RSOXS, HAVING obtained the contract for carrying the Mails from Knoxville to Dalto'n, lor four years Irom Hip first ol July, 1850, respectlully inluriu Hip public thai HiPir linP will be well storied Willi No. J Troy Coaches, fine Horses, and sober, ood Driver?, and no pains nor expense will be spared lo rarry passengers Ihro-mh willi comfort and salety. I hts I .'I .1 I r.ID1lll(f rouie traverses a iieatniiui mm n""ri"'"s section ofcountry,enibracin2 ilie Ocoec and IiwassfOvalleys,.jnd travelers will certain y find it to their advantage to lake tins line. On this line lor Hip Smith, intersecting the W.stt-rn and Ail.nric Railroad, nt Dalton, pa-ngers will leave Kuoxvifle at C A. M., 'ai!v, except Sundays, and airive at Dalton bv 6 A. M. next day; that is, in lime to take the Car-. South Goii" North the Coaches will leave Dal ton at 7 P. M , dailv. except Sundays, and arrive at Knoxville hv 7 P. M. npxt days, ru...

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. — 20 December 1850

' THE POST BY- SAM. P. IVINS, AT1IUXS, TliXN., Fit ID AY, DEOEMIJlill 20, 1850. VOLUME 3. NU-MUEIL 117. TKltMSs THE POST will Yj published every Friday !U $.! per year, payable within three mouths from tliu timi! ul subscribing; f s'" mouthsor Jj.'l if payment is delayed until tlie expiration of the year. Aovkktiskmunts will be tJlmrsjod $l per trrpiurc of l j lines (or leM) for tin: first insertion, ninl -i't cunt for eiich continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements nnift mark tho Dandier of times they desire them Inserted, or thoy will be continued until for bid and Churned accordingly . Op For tinitouiicirig thu iiuiiics of cundi iutes for ollico Tiiiii.h Doi.i.tu., Cash. Jon Wunic, such an Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir tuli.rs, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, &, will hi executed in ti neat anil workmanlike maimer, tit short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post laid, will be promptly 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. — 20 December 1850

t v ATIIK.N.S POST. 8. I 1VIN, IMitor and Proprietor. THHMS. S-2 a irar, paiahle r. ithin time month t from Vie lime of sulnerihini; : SmmVii.tir -itil the rriiiratinn oVn iiar. (-j-J-.V, paper diaeontinurd until all arrrar tjes are paid, ecrpl al the option f Vic Pub lisher. ttr aiinnnnring Hie nanus of eandnlalt s Jor ofiee fl, Cash. ' i "TrfiTcsiSri'KioAvr ii;t' . "'" &ZT W. Thomson, is the nuthmized igenl for the "Post," in t he city ul ISalti more, MJ. O-TliP Washington and Charleston pa pers railed to rutin' through ycs'er.'a v. A WOr.D TO TIIO-M-: IN'IU-T.TED. The scn-on is cl"-e I'v when tho-e w!h have extended accomm-dati'm lo n Uiroitli the year will r.-niir. a set' lemmt nt our hand-, and exiicct ii" I" pay ,,lf,;" wh"' ' justly duo. In order tins t our creditors may not be disappointed, ' is ,,f"ar.v All in arrears to us should nt unci' dichargc their indebtedness. Wo hue undo cui trscts in tlic war of our business during the year, with tin1 pxprctniimt "f being able...

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. — 20 December 1850

FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, Doc. 0. The re-election of Mr. Mason, a U. S. Senator from Virginia, is very gratifying to the people of that Stato. and will be so to the Smith generally. It is regarded as on evidence of the fact that, though Acquiescing in the compromise, as n whole, Viiginia will insist upon 'ho strict enforcement of that part ol it which so much concerns Virginia, and of which Mr Mason was the prominent promoter, if not the father the Fugitive Act. It is evident from the reports sub mittcd to Congress, and from the con sideration of other facts, that the debt of the United Slates would now he, if the French and Mexican spoliations were provided for, and some honest claims paid, over a hundred millions of dollars. It is evident, also, that the expenses of the Government are fast increasing, and are not likely to he diminished. It is also, certain that for a long time to come, the lands arc disposed of and will give little aid to the revenue. The estimates of defi cie...

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 December 1850

Drl Martin's Compound Syrup 01 iltt Iherry & Sitiajanua. rimy, wild Chcirv and ! irsapanlla. which lift- l tie basis ol IMS .Medicine, have luna been celebrated tit ( "tinsu m (l imi, Scrofula, li.iiiMS ol the Skin, Coughs, Spitlina of I!!' ol, Asthma, ts-c. Tin' Right Rev. W. It. Wuiiliiiahani, I i r-1 1 1 ol the Proteslaul Kpi-copal Cornell in Man laud, Iihs authorized us tu sav, lie lias used it in his own prison vv it li decided IihipI'u; and litany cl' our medical friun l d-i nut hesitate lo recoiiiiiiend il in their :r:uM n-e. See Dr. Samuel Harper's letter Hi us in the I'ainjii lei, whieli you can obtain ratis ol our Agent. Tiie linunsbormish Odd Fellow, of Washington county, Md., of Januniy L'Oih. 1S-I51. sas: 'When an article has afforded ro-lif I' to so in ii ii v persons- as Dr. Mutin's Cum -pound Syrup ol' A'lU Clierrv lias dune, we feel hound lo malie it known. There never was an article in this country that has afl'urJed relief and gave more satisfac tion than ill ...

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 December 1850

1 i A nn BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1850. VOM'ME S.-NUMREIi 118. TUT HENS POST. JL11JLJ TERMS: THE POST will hi published every Friday nt $2 per yenr, payable within three months from the time ot subscribing; $3,50 in six months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of tho year. Advertisements will he charged $1 per tqunre of 13 lines (or less) for the first insertion, And i't cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they dosre them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid and chnrgeit accordingly . 0t For iinnnoncing the names of candi dates for office TitnEii Dor.i.Aiti, Cash. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, &c, will bp executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, At short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended ...

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 December 1850

ATHENS rOST. IV IS, I'.ilitorund Proprietor. S. I JnUsfmn the tiineofribjm Br.,.11!,c(,)tt.e(mn of the I ub- "'fiwMring tkt name, of candidate, for ttflUt jpH, Cash. atii kxh;V- k i ii w; i i-'ci ':w;'''T,,0M.o.-f.i" Hie authorized ,?frilMl.cL..st," in the ciiy ul Lain more, MJ. AH persons imleVe.1 ic. Ilii "f" f"r .b4rfip.i...i.n.K-.TiiM.,!. "r j..t work. renoc-ied i.i P'v I I.hi r J l ""J fir.. ,,r J .ary '" ".T' what isom( U" "' l-'V ",,r ,," "- ,, rannt go '" "r t,"im'ss ""l,'s ,""'Sl! f,.r wtx-in we lu'"" l'"y " ll)r u"r tt"rk c.l.ri.iiH thi work 1 not con tain ill.-- i.su.l T.nn.i'V f ri-n.lii.ff matter. Printers ni.nl have a i.olytLiy us well oilier people. CO- By referenco M "r a.1 vpri i-injr col umns ii will be seen ilmt t 'l'r"H"''9 "'' Forrest 1MI Academy ileHirc to employ Teacher in the place of Mr. Nam , win. poos 10 TnK"i. Alnl.mn. to take rlmrge of an insiif.i.ii.nor Icn riling I that ll: M r k,.i,i.u. I, , proved h.ttfelf n most el- ficienl and eo,-ceful instructor ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 December 1850

BUSINESS FALSEHOODS. Wo lic;i rd two moil disputing the other day, one of whom stoutly ;nnin taincd that it was tmpnssilile for a m:in in business to get along without re sorting to humbug and misrnprosnn tation, if not to downright falsehood Such n hold assertion, by one who might be supposed to know something 01 ine cnarneicrs or nusinr-Ks: men generally, rntlicr startloil us at first; but after some reflection, wo conoltt Cd that ho was speaking of n class of business men. of which he was pro!), ably the head and the front, ami not of the multitude of business men, who in a great citv like this, are crowded in every street and avenue. Wo also thought it probable, that his sweeping condemnation was the result of n somewhat thorough examination of his own conscience, and that ho had resorted to denunciation and onlumny. in order to retain a good opinion of himself, and in extenuntion of his own misdeeds and impositions upon the credulous. But whether right or wrong in our speculati...

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 December 1850

r'Hftii :!:n'l'it from Whee on S ura-id G rial Mill', Cotton ii'til err ir.'tccl c Other lilli'liiisc 1 ' ii mi ii ii Jo 'IT1 .;,.. Osr. or tii k II F. TK A i InvEN'I lNS OK TIIK mill Wi ..,.1 ,.,,,,,l,iii..-i ev.-rv '1 'Hi!' V .. in a Wider 'ii' I' v !,,.!, I and I .11. I"'UI E. I : i : 1 1 is l r-i-i ,l U;t.-i! I.) i'V.' tei't l l .HIV hel:."i water, I" 'iy I r under . his'i :' 1 1 ll I e r n low or m' rulili :is likely Hi is i n i il. ill riMiiouiy mini lif Ovr shut W'll I rl' w.i'.r. si ii I i ii in head is mi' rj ii" t,i (.i mil cl' onior an I is iiiliiim-lv i-ii-.i'i. H 'it'-" iii'-"iil'i'"-Lhj more slcri i'l i's i-eifr'nii - siilli-ien'lv so, i ii ' I i'C .1 , a i" ri'ij ii i i e no t J over nor, evil v i;li ( 'o'.tuti F.iciurn 1 1 1 i 1 1 C I : l ,UL" finest ll ha. mniiv oihet .1 Inii'JJ'J "i lh Breast aid Over-shot Wl I. The- lirsi is in briii'j so ou.j'.irl ihal n '' " be "rpl'e ' wnerir '.'ai-n- is nol t"ui lor tncfe Wheels III,, latest ;. li-ltll ! hi ' I"-1 dianif !er. ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 January 1851

POST. II r pr i njii Y SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1851. VOLUME 3. NU JIBE 11 119. J TRltMS: r It3 POST will 3 published every Friday per yenr, piiyablo within three, moiitlis the timn oi tiinscrinini;; .JV"' in six Ids or S3 if payment is tlclaycil until x pirntion of the your. vkrtiskmf.sts will no cnnrsen 3i per lo of 13 lincs(orlcss) for the first insertion, l. oonts lur each cuntinuiinnc. A nnrrni htion niride to those who iidvertise by the Persons eeiiilintt advertisements must the number nf times they desire them lnl, or they will be continued until for- iik! chnrccu accordingly . For iinnniincinir the mimes or cnnili- for officio TiiiiKK Dollars, Cash. Work, biic i in Pa mnhlets. Minutes, lir- s. Curds, ninnks, Handbills, &.C., will he I toil in a neat and workmanlike manner, Irt notice, and on reasonable terms. letters addressed to the proprietor, posi I will bo promptly nttendeil to. laons nt n ilistunro sendim; ns the names kr solvent subscribers,...

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. — 3 January 1851

ATHENS POST. 8. P. 1VINS, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS. $1 a year, patable r-ithin three montht from the time of subscribing : $vi,5U in 6 months, or $.iat the crinraliim nj the year. (rTmJfo paper discontinued until all arrear pre, are paid,exeept at the option of the Pub for announcing the names of candidates for sfxce $3, Vash. ATHENS, PltllMY, J lets:. frj- W. Thomson, i zed meni forrhe "Post," in 111 lvi snore. Mi. NOTICE. All persons indebted lo H'is office subscriptions, advertising, or job work for , arc requested lo pay their dues at once, firm of January is at hand, and we l.ttt ; mvinir im to Day our debts. The need We eannol go on with our business unless those lor whom we la&or pay u lor uur ftr We are arrthorized and requested to announce JESSE C. MOORE. f Polk n.r.. candidate for Joint hepresmi tativetothe next Legislature for the dn i.;-. ...mniiMil of the counties ut l'olK jlonroe. and McMinn. Jan. 3, 1351. ";C7 No mail South of Dalton yesterday, ,i u mtn wiilio...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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