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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 January 1851

NATURE'S ENGINEERS. Mr. Benton, in his late speech in the Senate, in favor of the bill for the construction of a road from St. Louis to San Francisco, says : There is an idea become current of; late a new-born idea that none hut J a man of science, bred in a school ' can lli'y o'Fa road. This is a mistake. Thfo is a class of topographical en pinners older than the schools and more unerring than the mathematics. They are the wild animals buffalo, elk. deer, antelope, bears which tra verse the forest, not by compass, but by an instinct which leads them al ways the rii'ht way to the lowest nasses in the mountain, the shallow est fords in the rivers, the richest pastures in the forests, the best salt springs, and the shortest practicable lines between remote points. They travel thousands of miles, have their annual migrations backwards and forwards, and never miss the best and shortest route. These are the first engineers to lay out a road in a new country; the Indians follow ihem. 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. — 3 January 1851

ui:ius: Ricirs Patent Vvulre-l'vnt Iron Water Wiie; For Factories Sum and Grist Mills, Cotton Gins and even other niinse lo which a water wheel can be applied. O.VE Or THE GREATEST I.NVKNTIONS OF Til F. Auk! r VMS Wheel combines everv quality that is doired in Waler H heel. I' is adapted to every head unci lali, Irmn two feet 10 any lieishi is equal, in economy ol water. 10 any Breast or Ovtliol Wheel, under a liisli head of water, lind superior under a low or medium head is more do raule lens likely to get out of order anil is infinitely cheaper. It is "'so inenmpari bty more steady in its i.Wi'im-suHicientlv so, indeed, as io require no (inventor, even with Cotton Factories making llie finest fabrics.' It has many other advantages over the Bienst and Over-shut Wheel. The first is in l.eini so compact thai H can he applied where there is not room tor these Wheels, the lar'esl size hi'insbtil .') Iee in diame ter. The second is, that hein much quick er in lis motion, Ihe intermediat...

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. — 10 January 1851

TIE ATHEI POST BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TKNN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1851. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 120. ft , , TERMS: THE POST will i published every Friday at 3 per year, payable within three months r.nm ll.n Ha nl ..,h,.rihi,ir 3.50 ill SIX months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration or the year. "Tri.r. .tel. .!l..r "O " I.M.iO lll 1.,. .... ......... ... and 3.1 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who ndvertise by the year. Persons sen !in? advertisements must mark tho number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid and chnreeil accordingly . flT" For announcing the names of candi dates for office Tiibek Dollars, Cash. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, M inutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, &c, will be executed in a neat nnd workmanlike manner, nt short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at a distance nemline: us the nam...

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. — 10 January 1851

o ATHENS POST. 8. P. IV I Is", Editor ami Proprietor. TKRMi. $ia year, payable v. ithin three mmlht from Ike time of inbtrriuihg: $-2,."0( 5 monthi, or $3 at the expiration or the year. iVi-.A'ii naner diiconlinufil until all arrrar- ! are paid, except al the option of the I'tdi lithrr. Kir announcing Ike nanxtt of candidate! for fnct J.i, Vasn. ATHEN9, FRIDAY, 3 K IO.-I85I. QCT W. Thomson, is ihe authorized agent for the Post," io the city ol Balti more, Md. The annual Eoport of the President anil Directors will appear in our next week's piper. THE RAILROAD. The Report of M Keyes, President of the East Tennessee and Georfiia Railioad Com pany, submitted on the (iih instant, to the annual convention of the Stockholders, i o very interesting one. Going fully into de tail in reference to the entire management of the work durinz the peat year, al!,thcaf fairs of the Company are made kn4n, and as to all the matters connected wilt) tne Bit-hop difficulty. Some of the iron lias already ar...

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. — 10 January 1851

AN AWFUL EXPLOSION. A short time since there was in one of the Western Slates an inflam mable gas spring, situated within a few rods of what was known as "the canal," though it has long since lost its proper title to that appellation, and was little more than a stagnant ditch. By partially submerging a tube, con tracted at the upper end. in the waters of this spring, and applying a light to the apperture, a beautiful clear flame could be produced, which would con tinu' until the tube was removed. A gentleman who was about to be come a purchaser of the estate em bracing the spot whence the gas emanated, and who was probably most profoundly ignorant ol the glori ous science of chemistry, concluded to make an experiment. He accord ingly procured a hogshead, open at one end, which he placed directly over the spring in an inverted position, sinking the edges to a depth sufficient to prevent the gas from escaping. Thin itonc. he waited a while until he imagined the hogshead to be suffi ci...

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. — 10 January 1851

o REUBEN1 INCH'S Parent oiifrr-IYtif Iron Water Wheal, For Fuelnrirt Saw and Grist MM. Cotton Gins, and every other purpose lo which it water wheel can be applied. One or the Greatest Intentions of the Age ! fTr11.3 Wheel combines everv quality .1 that H iIpsitpc! in a Water Wheel. i ia mlnmeil in pverv head and fall, from two fee! tn nnv lioitrhl is equal, m eeonoMiv o water, to any Rreasi or Over shot Wheel, Under a high head of water, and superior Under a low or milium held is nior- do ,R,ppia liUlv to set '"" "r onler anil w infinitely cheaper. It if ttlsn iiirnmpnri lh more steady in i' 'notion - sn (Ii-in I v so, indeed, as in require no Governor, even with Cntiiin Factories making the finesi fabrics l ha manv other mlvan'ages over th" Bteastaiid Over-slmi Wheel. 'Hip first f in being so rntiiirl 1 1 r. I it run I)" :ijii!'m;J where llirrp is nut mom !r Ho-'' U heel-., the largest oe beiti;' bin fi I in .It line pr. The second is. that '"-in2 "",rl1 "''k er in its motion, the ...

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. — 17 January 1851

Q o c e-z ts&- nn BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1851. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 121. in ATHENS POST. TERMS: THE POST will publislnul every Frhlny Kt 9i per year, payable within three months from the time oi suhsr.ribiriEf ; $-2,5U in six monthi or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the year. AoVbrtisemknts will bn charged $1 per square of 1 1 lines (or less) for the first insertion, anil 35 cents for each Continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the yenr. Persons tending advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid and charged accordingly . (7- For announcing the names of enndi lates for office Tub be' Dou.aiis, Cash. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir tuliirs, Cards, Blnnks, Handbills, &c, will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, St short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to thn proprietor, post paid, will be promptly 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. — 17 January 1851

ATHENS POST; S. P. IV IMS, Editor aod Proprietor. rrn MS. t-2 a vtar. oavable uithin three Wtonthsfrom the lime of tub'tribing : $2,50 in manlAt.sr $:ai me expiration nj (ttr A pperdiseon.irtdiin.tf''l arrear ages are paid,exetpt at the option of the Pub- Foranvmneinglhe namttof candidate for office $3, Cash. ATHENS, FRIDAY, JAN. IT, 1851. fry W. Thomsob, i$ the authorized igent for in "Post," in ihe city ol Balii aort, Md. The crowded aist of our column hat forced over several article intended for this week psper. The obituary notice hinderf in on Wednesdar will appear next week. r Attention is invited to the Card of J. N. Cat-.. Dslton, Gs, in torlsy' piper. Mr. Catt't well known business capacities and character for prontptnesa commend him W the favor of the public, and merchants and pthera my rest assured that their ordera, if directed to him, will be faithfully executed. Oriitiso or the Canvas. D. W.Bal- aw. Eq , of Athena, announced himself last week, at Cleveland, aa a candid...

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. — 17 January 1851

r FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, Jan. 8. All the new, and same of the old Stales, are applying for grants of land from the General Government, and get them they probably will, through the log rollinjj system. Mr. Yulee introduced a bill to-day, for a grant of alternate sections of land to Honda, in aid of the construction f a Rail Road from the Atlantic to the Gulf of Mexico. The projects for building mail and war steamers are also nu merous, and it is known that the Committee of Naval Affairs of the House, will report a bill providing for a contract with Mr. Thompson, of Philadelphia, tor a line of mail packets to run from San Francisco to Shang hai, by the way of the Sandwich Is lands, it is a matter ot grave con sideration, whether these Government projects do not interfere with, and retard private commercial enterprise. We see that during the last year, som thirty ocean steamers have been put on the stocks and been completed, for the purpose of foreign commerce. Mr. Chandler, of P...

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. — 17 January 1851

c ) rltkkn Binrs Vatciil Centre-Vent Brou Water Wheel, For Factories. Saw mid Grist Mills, Cotton Gins, ami every oilier purpose to which u water triccl can he applied. O.XEOF THE GllEATEST INVENTIONS OF THE Ack ! FT! '"3 Wheel combines PV'tV quality .1 iluii is desired in n Water Wheel. Ii is adapted lo every head siml fall, from two feet to any h"ighi is equal, in economy ol water, in any Breast or Over shot Wheel, under a high head of water, and superior under a low or mi"liiim ln-.nl is mor. du rahle less likely to get nut f order and i- infinitely cheaper. It i '' inr.mnpnri hhj tuarnlcndi in Us .inii.i-sullici-nily no, indeed, us to require no Governor, even wiili (Dillon factories making 'lie fines' labries.' Ii has manv otlinr advantages ovrr the Breast and Over-shot Wheel. The lirsl is ill heing so compact that H can lie applied where there is not room 'or these Wheels, the largest size being hut h-el in dianie pr. Tiie second is, llial tn-iils! much quick er in its mmioii,...

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. — 24 January 1851

s t BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHEXS, TENN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1851. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 122. THE ATHENS POST. : ( TERMS: THE POST will to published every Fridny at $2 per year, payable within three months from the time ol subscribing; $2,5" ' 8ix months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the venr. Advkrtpsemknts will be charged l per iqunre of 13 lines (or less) for the first insertion, mid 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who ndvertise hy the year. Persons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they des're them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid and charged accordingly . 07" For announcing the names of candi dates for office TiiitEK Dollars, Cash. Job Work, such ai Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, &.C., will he executed in a neat and workmanlike mariner, ot short notice, and on rensnnnble terms. All letters addressed to tho proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons ...

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. — 24 January 1851

ATIIEjVS post. S. I. IVIXS, Editor and 1'roprletor. TERMS. $'i year, payable within three months from the time nf tnlwribing: in 6 months, or $3 at the expiration of the year. OpAa paper disconlinuid until all urrrur tes are paid, extrpt at the option of the l'ub- Hber- , r For announcing the nanus of candidates Jar tfice $H, Cash. ATHENS. l'ltlDAY, J AX. SI, If.:. 03- W. Thomson, is ilie autliotized len for the "Post," in the ciiy ol Dalii tore, Mil. lr-y Tf.o cointi.nnicutiot's from BI(!i imiville loo late fi r toilny's pnper, Nrxi week. Q-Tho fol lowing ccntleiiicn linve been appomlfd ly "lie liiw rro.r. 1'ireciors i n Ihe part of I ho St'i'r, in the Knsl Tennessee and Geornia Railroad, for 151: Dr. J. i. M. Ramsey, K. Si. Hcisliell. Kno.x: John Jrnii,'an, Amlersnr.; Win. Lp noir, Jr., Uoane; K. Johnson. Monroe; D.C. Kenner. Jolm C. Omit, Erodlry; Jos. Mc Culley, W. P. II. McDermott, Mc.Minn. New Oklea', Jon. II. The St. Charles Hotel took lire t!,. morning, and is r-nlirely dest...

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. — 24 January 1851

V Fuo.ii tub Itio Gkande. Wc re ceived yesterday papers from Browns ville lo the 1st iiist. The oiily item of news" we find lolates to tlie execution of Howard Slaughter and the two Mexicans who were severally con victed of murder at the late session T)f the District Court, and sentenced to be liunr. They all confessed their guilt on the scaffold, and repented the urime they had committed. The llev. Mr. Chamberlain, of the Presbyterian Church, at the request of Slaughter, made an impressive Prayer in lolio.ll of the prisoner, and the otficiaiing priest of the Roman Catholic Church addressed the multitude in Spanish and English, expressing the deep sor row and regret of the culprits for their offences against the laws of the country. The last words of Howard Slaughter were "lie ware of liquor, it has brought me to this !" Ibid, lllh insl. More Kmockimcs. The Boston Commonwealth says: "The Spirit Knocking!) were distinctly heard at Mr.Coolidge's church, corner c f Har rison Avenue 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. — 24 January 1851

REUBEN RICH'S Patent Ccntrc-Vcnt Iron Water Wheel, For Fnclnrie Saw and Grist Mills, Cotton Gins and every other purpose v-'bich a water wheel am be applied. Oseor the Greatest Inventions of the Auk! T'US Wheel "init)inp every quality (ll.it U desired in a Water Wheel, ll is adapted to every lieaJ and fall, from two feet tn any heijhl is equal, in economy o water, to any llreasl or Over shot Wheel, under a hijh head of water, and superior under a low or medium he.id is mors du( table less likely to net out of order and M infinitely cheaper. H U also incompari bin more tlcndi) in fM ?;i'i('.n stilliciei.ily to, indecil, as 10 require no (iovertior, even with Cotton Factories making the finest fabrics.' , It has many other ndvan'ages over the Breast and Over-shot Wheel. The lirsl is in heini so compact that it can be applied where there is not room for these Wheels, the lamest size beins hut 5 leet in diame ter. The second is. that beiti? much quick er in its motion . the intermediate...

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. — 31 January 1851

THE AT POST BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1851. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 123. TEIOIS: THE POST will 'is puhlished evcfy Frirlny at $ per yeiir, payable within three months from the time ol iuhicrinin? $2,50 in six monlhi or $3 if payment Is delayed until the expiration of the yenf. AdvkrtiikmhntS will bti chnfjed ft per Square uf II lines (or less) frir the first insertion, nnil ;J. centt for eitdh continuance. A lihernl lie taction mmle td those wtlri advertise by the year. I'nrsons scnillilj nilvflrtistttnt-nts mnst mark the iimnher of timel lhy desire them insertml, or they will be continued until for bid mi'l oliarcil itRcnfilitlsly . f5 Foriinrtoiiilcln? the mimes nf candi dates for office TititEd Dom.ars, Cash. Job Woiik, siloh as Pamphlets, Vt inntes, Cir culars, Curds, Blanks, Handbills, A.c., will be executed in u neat and workmanlike manner, at short nntici-, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to tho proprietor, posi paid, will be promptly attend...

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. — 31 January 1851

ATHENS POST. 8. I. IV IKS, Editor aud Proprietor. TERMS. $-2 a year, payable vithin three months from the time of snbcribtn : $2,51) n 6 month i, or $3 at Ike expiration oj the yrar. fry- .Vrj paper discontinued until all arTT teYare paid, except at the option of the Fub- lUfr 'announcing the names of candidatet for nffice $ J, Cash. ATHKNS. FRIDAY, JAS. 31, lf5l. fry- W. Thomson, is the authorized agent for Hte "I'ost," in llie city ot Balu- more, Md. It-p. Wo are out horded to announce Cl. ROBERT McNELLEY as a candidate to represent McMmn cm.nly in the tower brar.cii of the nex' State Legislature. tv? We are authorized and requested to snnTunceJAS.R BUCHANAN, i.fPolk. as a candidate for Joint Kpresentative to the next Legislature from the counties of Monroe. Po k and McMmn. (fj- We are authorized and requested to ennminc JESSE C. MOORE, of Polk cniiniy, aa candidate for Joint Represen tative to the next Lejislature for the dis. irici compn.ed of the countiea of Polk, Monroe. ad Mc...

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. — 31 January 1851

.ev THE NEXT ELECTIONS IN TENNESSEE. The next eleclioni ol a Governor and General assembly in Tennessee are vested with n more than ordinary interest, and are fraught with unusual importance. The election of n V. S. Senator in the place of Hop. Turney, and the laying off the State into elec tion jliatricts, will devolve upon the Legislature to be elected next August. These subjects, of themselves, would demand from th3 people, in the choice of members, a gravity and seriousness of examination into the character of candidates which the ordinary legis lation of the country might safely (lis pense with, h behooves the people to see that men are sent to the Slate Senate and House of Representatives that no nrts or influences) from no matter what quarter they may come, can seduce into such a profligate in trigue as that which, in ' 1845, made Hopkins L. Turney a Senator from Tennessee contrary to the wishes nf nineteen-twentieths of the people of . i. i i . . 1 tlie estate, u neuooves me...

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. — 31 January 1851

REUBE.V Kfnrs Patent Vfiitri-Vatt Iron Water Wheel, For Factories Saw and Grist. Mills, Col ton Gin: and every other purpose to which a voter wheel can be applied. Oxe or the Greatest Intentions or the Aoe ! T VMS Wheel combines every rj 1 1 a 1 1 1 v ..... .i.,..,-,! in n Wilier Wheel. 1l i adapted to every "ea, f -mil- ---- . let-l I ) anv heihl is cTi ' vvat.r. 10 anv Brensi or Over shot U In el. tinder a hi5h !! Wrt"'r" ""''"" under a low or medium he.,d-i iimr du tableless likely 10 2el out of .trder-and i infinii-lv cheaper- " " l',ry llu more steady in its mnli..i.-ulhr-.Hiiily .o, i..deeil. as ... require no I iuveri.or. even wiih Cotton Faciories making Hie finest fabrics.' . It has manv oilier advances over the Breas. and Over shot Wheel. he hrs. ,s in hem- so eoinpacl l can he applied where iliere is not room lor these heels, Ihe lament size beitu hut f leel in diame ter The second is, thai lieinz much quick, er In in motion, ihe intermediate searm? required mi ihe Over-s...

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. — 7 February 1851

ATHENS lilrj BY SAM. P. IVINS. TEI13IS: THE POST will 13 published every Friday nt 92 per your, payable within thrcB ninnths from the time ol suluoribiiiir; $-2,5 in six mouths or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of tho year. Advf.rthkments will he charged $1 per square of li lines (or less) for the first insertion, and 3. cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction maile to those who ndvertise by the yeiir. Persons sciulinj advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid and charged accordingly . Q-Foriin'nntincinir the names of enndi dntea for office Three Dor.i.ns, Cash. Jon Work, such ns Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Olunks, Handbills, A.C, will be executed in a neat anil workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons nt n distance sending us the names of four solvent subscribers, will 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. — 7 February 1851

ATHENS POST. r. IV INS, Editor and Proprietor. 7WfI-.W.S'. C-2 a uear. navable within three months from the tine of sub'cribing : $3,5(1 in imoiith I, or $.loi me cxpirauon nj mcj. ft.V'i paper diicmttiitutd until all arrear age! are paid, except at Ike option of the Fub- For announcing the names of candidate I for ffict $ 3, Cath. ATHENS. tIMDAY, FEB. T, 185:. (r VV. Thomson, is the authoiized igem lor (lis "Post," in the city ol Balti oiore, Md. f p v are authorised to announce OI. ItOBRRT McNKLLEY n candidate in ,,.,,.. ml MeVtinn eonnty in the lower brar.eli i f I X Stale Lei-ln'nrp. vs Wf nrt- till'h iriz-'d find requested to .Mi.n.MS. R. !!i;CHANAN, of Polk. as n eniulidn.- for Jnlnl Ripreseiitative In llm nn ,M.tiln'iifi' ir I tie counties ol Moii'n-. I'll Mild AlcMinn. ft-r- We urn authorized and requested t ,.ivMic JESSE C. MOORiJ. nr Polk Cuv'i'v. as a candidate fur Joint Reuresen. Ulivetothe next Les-islature for the di. 1: rt composed nf the counties of Pulk, Monroe, and...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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