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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 February 1851

From the Danville (ICy.) Tribune. rUM.-'EKI.AND SII.VKK MINKS. The following is tlio report of the two committees, which were selected bv Jas. V. Symons, Esq , to witness certain assays 01 me ore ai tnc Cum berland Fall, on the 20th day of No vember, 1850: Cumberland Fai.m, Nov. 20th 1850 We, the undersigned, being select ed by James V. Symons, Esq., ns constituting his first committee to wit ness ami examine the first assay or test of the ore nt this place, which was to be made by him in pursuance to notices heretofore given in the newspapers, &c, do make the follow ing report, to-vvit : i Inasmuch, as there had been con siderable excitement as well as grent doubts manifested by many, as to the; true qualities oi sanl ore, ami ueing desirous that all such doubts should be finally removed and put to rest, the one way or the other, and in order that every fact which could be ne cessary to the final accomplishment nnd attainment of this end, should be brought to bear, nnd the more...

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. — 7 February 1851

Land for Sale. fl. .;,.uiiu F. Prater, Administrator o! Jatties M. Leeper, deceased, vs. Nen''V f.eeper, widow, and Julia Ann M. Leeper, Sarah Leeper and James M. Lemper, by their Guardian uf lifcm, S!M ":i V. F.ldridge. TSTjJ i.'li.-'l'ANT i" a decree made in this JL euu-e nt the last tctui of I tie Circuit (p" Ur nlley county, Tennessee, 1 will, rn .'atov.'av, the gill i!av ol March nex-t, nl1 i v.;: premises, FOltTV ACRES of I. AT;!! ill'! South West corner nf the I r h I '.iM quarter of section seven, town I'll,) . nod ranae one, Kal "I ihe basts l.ne, in tin- Ocoee District, Bradley county, T.uvrt-e. The terms of tain will be upon 12 , i months time, the purchasel giving l.' 'id u nil approved securiiy, exceit the ol twenty dollars, which will be re ' t.i lie pn id down, and a lien reiained ':' i!.e land until tl.e purchase money IS .... JOHN II PAYNE, Clnk. ' :.:,n.. 1851Ot Prs lee 85 122 Land for Sale. l'nac P-iv, Guardian ol Thomas Lauder di.lf, John Lauderdale, llohert Laud...

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. — 14 February 1851

1 i 4. n. post nn THEN BV SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TKNN., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY M, 1851. VOLUME 3. MJMI.ER 125. IE A TERMS: THE POST will Ss published every Fritlny Ht i per yeiir, payable within three months from the (imp oi siihscribitnrs Ji,S in i months or f.1 if payment i delayed until the expiration nf the yeiir. Advicstiskmicnts will hp rhnrged l per square of i Unci (or lens) for he first murium, hihI as cents for ench continuance. A liberal deduction made to those whn advertise by thr year. Persons sendinir arlvertisempiits must murk the number of timci they des're them inserted, or they will he continued until for bid H'! ohareed accordingly ffcy Forannoimcinef the mimes of cnndi dates fur office Tiibek Doi.i.bs, Cash. Jos Work, such as Pa mphlets, Minutes, Clr euliira. Cards, Blanks, Handbills, &o will be executed in a nRiit and workmanlike manner, ntshort notice, and on reasonable terms, AH letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will he promptly attended to " "! ?r...

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. — 14 February 1851

ATHENS POST. tf. I. IVIXS, K.lltor and Proprietor. TFRMS. t,i a ucar, payable vriOiin three months fry the time of syibneribing: $i,5Ui'rt f montA'wsr $3ni the expiration nf the year. (rT JVo meet discontinued until all arrears -0 I i -i ;.-..... , P,,A ages arc paiutexcipi m n imw j ... - For announcing the namti of candidate! for JUce $3, Cash. ATHENS, FKIDAY, FEB. It. IMI. Cry- VV. Thomsosj, is ihe authorized geni for the "Post," in ilie city o( Balti snore, Md. ftT-Wo are authorized and requested to announce JAS.C.McC A K IT, as a candidate for n see l in the lower branch of llio ncx' Legislature, from MeMitn coumy. Vt- We tire authoriz d and requ -s'ed to anmTuuce Copt. O. W. .MORGAN, of Won. roe, a. candidate (or Joint Represents tive from the counties of Pok, McMinn and Monroe. fCZf We are authorized to announce Co!. ROBERT McNKLLLY os a candidate to repre-enl McMinn county in the lower branch of the nex Stale Legislature. A-- We are authorised nnd requested t" announce J AS....

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. — 14 February 1851

LETTER FROM GUSTAVUS . A. HENIIY. "" From Ifte Clarksville Chronicle Ci.ARKsyif.Tiii Ten , Jan. 30, 1851. Mr. Thomas. In your paper of llio 25th inst., I was culled upon to give my consent that my namo should be put in nomination, as a candidate for o seat in the lower branch of the J State Legislature at its ensuing ses ' sion. 1 do not know what questions of high politial moment ivill Ire pre sented to the consideration of the next General Assembly of the State, unless it should be deemed important, by the friends of the Union, that Tennessee should throw the immense weight of her moral and political influence in favor of the constitution, the laws, ami the Union. This, to my mind nt least, is a matter of vast importance nt the present time, and may have a salutary bearing on the future. I need, not inform you that I nm a whig, that I have so lived, and shall die in the faith; above all. however, I am for the union of these States, under our pres ent glorious constitution, with al...

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. — 14 February 1851

Land for Sale. Benjamin F. Prater, Administrator o! James M Leeper, deceased, vs. Nancy lfpTi widow, nnd Julia Ann M. Leeper, S-irali Lppper ami Jatiip" M. L"eper, hy i IjHir Guardian ii iein, Simeon V. Kiiltiilaf. I) U I SI! AM' i" a decree made in tif causp hi the last tetui I hi Cirrui' Court ol Bradlpy county. T. nnessee, I will, en Saturday, the 8'li i'v ol Match next. . ffllnn Hip pr-ntis.-s, FORTY A:UES oi J.AM) id South WfM corner ol the Nor'li East quarter of section seven, loan ship one, and ranse one, Esi ol ihp hasis luip.in the Ocnee O'-iru'i. Bradley county, T iiiiph-p. Tl-e i. row ol -l- will l- ! Ijlil months '.hop. ! '"' I' '"' 1 il,v"1 hond tvnli Approved security, except the tum ol twenty- dollar!', which will b re nuired in I'P paid dowu, and lien retained upn iIip land until ihe purchase iimiiev niul JOHN U I'AVNK, Clerk. Jan. 24. ISil-Ci Prs Ice tfu 12 Land for Sale. lose IV.t, Guarditn ol Thomas Lauder iiJilp, J hi Lmolerdale, Robert Lander E il-'" I,.iiil"T.h...

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. — 21 February 1851

7 E V nn POST IiY SAM. P. IVINS. Till', POST will iiiiililii-il every Friday rlt i per your, pny.ibli! williiu three mouths from tho time nl 's.hcTibin;' ; .C-,fiO in i months or if payment is li:ln yi-il until the expiration of thii year. Aovc.tt THKHHNTS will he clinMC'l $1 pT c'iiiri! of 12 lines(or less) fur 'he lirt insertion, nml i't cents for each rnntinninici!. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. IVr.otu endm-.; iiilverlieincut must murk the. number of times they deso-e them inserted, or they will ho continnnil until fur hid ntvl churned iiccordini,ly . frjr" Tor iiiiii'iiiniiinif Ihn muni's nf candi dates for nilio.ii Tiiiihk Dot. t. '.it", Cash. Jon Wonn, such hi P;i -uplili't , Minnies fir culnrs, ''ar.ls, Wan!-, Handbills, -c., will he executed in ii nnut and workmanlike manner, nt slmrt notice, tun I on rcitsnmihle terms. All letters addressed to Ihn proprietor, post oiiiil. will he promptly attended to. Prmi nt n diitiinnit n'tnlni'' ill the mi...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 February 1851

A t Ui'XS JM) S i S. P. IV1N, I'-ilitor anil rrupiii tor. 'J'l 'JiMS !a lit iu rr j.f ' r illiiii t'irii nnnt'is I'rmi t 'n' lim' iil Weii.r : $i.M in Sm-.'if '- , -M a I tin-i r i.v.'-m nfl'ir itar. -ry.,", v-?('i'r ilisrnitti inn il until nil iirrrnr I .rr"W !(, (snj at. Uu upturn nf Hit Pub lisher. hr ,fi-fnt'irii)j t'n nanus nf riiiulHitili s Juf tfl'u e -.H. CWi. ''HUN. J'i'.ll) Y II 11. s till' ,, il i' am Inn iZ''M 0i 1 1 ,t 1 1 i - ' ffr W . Tiiom-os. 12-111 for I'll' "i'.'S'." in ' mure, Mil. fJ"- 'x'c "r'' ""' r fin! Willi.-.! n ti il t 1 1 .1 I A s ' . .1 M.I ,5 II 1 1' C.ir n .'.. Ill I'll! :-'..T li'.H'C I ill' Il m-.v L"L'i"'i:r.', I'r 'Ml Mi- M i n c rny. f:- We .,.. n.!i.,r z i! ii ' 'I r". ! t.i uri'i ' i .,. . i; v. tu i':'i. v "' ..iiin- fi.', as a ciiii 'i' live i ni'ii t ii'1 ri hi ,, j .. . ;....'.. -I'll-m ..t' ! k M i i''ii ti'l M(inr"P, tr-ft A'fl ,p nn'1 it ROiri-Vr M.-W.l.l.KY r-iiri'-.' ii M" W ii-i bri.l.eh lii" il' X Si - ! AW Vi nr.- Ml ill r . pi nnim...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 February 1851

PRESIDENTIAL S FAT 1ST I CS. Genera! Harrison and Taylor are the onlv two l'rcs'uleiils who diml during the terms lor which they wen; respectively elected. General Tay lor's case is peculiar in this respect, that it is the only death of a President which has occurred during the session of Congress It is the only one, there for", which has drawn around it all l. i.imnuimr fiinrrnl c.crcmnnip which the arrangements of (. 'oimress gathered around it; an. I it is, ot course, the only case which has caused the installation of his Vice-Presidential successors to he (vilucsscd and solemnized under the auspices of the Senators and Itepresentaiives of the people. From the Union we copy the following brief historical reuord. General Washington close. I his administration n the Ud of March. 17!)7, and survived that event near three vcars, having died on the 1 Mi of December, 17!)!), in the OSlli year of his age. John Adams followed General Washington on the 4th of March. 1797, and the administ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 February 1851

f. n Land for Bale. Benjjuiiii F. I'i.ti M I- Nancy I. epcr, u'' Lcep. r, Sil l i Iv'pr, i'V A. i in -ii ' '1 i't a- ' J ii.it 11 l' i .lu'i.i A i. n M i .I n-,, - M. mi ii. ii!' in. ir ( i't ii 1 1 i. 1 ' li ,i ill rr. U-I ll-l III ! i--.li i a. Stiii' on v . Iv 1ri'.si:, I ell.'!' iii i ;n Cnurt id lii-nilcy 1 ou Si.iliih.'.u , il. i- in i'. "1 lie I. Il' s.-i ,, .i.i ' !l. I'll I ' ! III . I ivi:;. rh Ii' XI, KK-; iii I I lilt' It-ll tui tin' ji : - hi imm, I'VMii i .i' 1. AMI Hi.' Jvi'ji'i i'ft ruii.ei jS'ur'h lviM (jn.i'tiT ft v I'" ii ! " 1 ship one. itn.l r.niee.tif, K'-i"' 'he ".'sis line, in i;.h O.-'.-e Di-ir-.-i. Di.i.U'-y fmnily, TenncsS' Ti f i. rin- ft -'!' it' he "1'"" Vlirllt Ill'Xlt1' llllli'. Il"' I'""'!"'-' 1 -1 v -bniul illi approv-d i-' i'iv, t .c. pi tin iuin hi twenty ii'liiir, v. iii' Ii "v nl be re quired M ie i.inl down, m.il n in-n rennm il up 'ii ihe limn mini i!'- I ""'l"' money is ,,,!. .Inli.N II. PA V.i '.. Clnli. .Ian. 2). I"il i'i l'i !" I Female Ac...

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. — 28 February 1851

TORN PAGES 71 BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TKNN., FRIDAY, FRHRUAUY 28, 1851. VOLUME 3. NUMBEIl 127. TT POST. TERMS I THE POST will published every Friilny nt $) per year, payable within thren months from thn time ol suhscribiiiir; in six months or $3 if pay client is delayed until the expiration of the yimr. AiVKTiKMKNT will he chnrged $1 per square, of I -2 linos (or Ions) for the first insertion, iiml -J.'i cents for each continuance. A liberal 'deduction made to thoso who advertise by the year. Persons lending advertisements, must mark the number of times they les!re them inserted, or they will he continued until for bid am! charged accordingly . frT" For ami'Miiicin the names of candi dates for office Tiiuee Uoi.i.mis, Cash. Jon Woiik, such us Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Curds, Blanks, Handbills, &c, will be executed in a neat and workmaulike manner, nt short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters udilroMit'l to tin) proprietor, po:t paid, will bo promptly nttonded to...

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. — 28 February 1851

ATHENS POST. 8. F. IVIi, Htlltor anil I'ruprlctor. TERMS- $J a iear, payable rtthin three rumths from the lime of nnheribins : $!,!i()in lmnnt.ht.or ftnl Ihe ermralionnf the year. fty jV piper til irnnti nit i tinl.il alt arrear ages are paid, except at the option nf the 1'ub lither. For an.nnHnr.ing Ike names of candidates for sfiut $.1, Cash. r ATHRX. FRIDAY, FEU. 28, 1851." fj- V. Thomson. is ihe authorized gent for the "Post," in the chy ol Balii more, MJ. ftf We ore mitlinri'il and requ fl t' announce Can', li. W. MO'MAM. -f Mnn roe. as a cati'liilam lor Joint lepres-nta tive from the counties ufPu'k, Mi: Minn and Monroe. ti 7 Wii n" nii'impijsivl in aminiinee O'l. ROBERT Mol'".I,T.I'.Y a (-in.iidate to represnnt McMinn e 'v in the lower brar.ch nf the nex- State Lpoi-'amre. (V? Vp are authorized nnil requested tn .nnnuneelAS.il HWIIAN A . of Polk. eandidule for Jrinit It'iresent 1 1 i vn lo the next I.O'risUturo "m tho counties of Monro", Pn'lc nml McMinn. fty- We urn authoriz...

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. — 28 February 1851

TORN PAGES A FEARFUL HISTORY. The telegraph has announced that, on Sunday, the 27th ult., the .Verandah bar-room, nt New Orleans, was the scene of a Woody and fatal encounter. There had iiecn a previous misunder standing between a younjj man bv the name of Evinijton and young Thco dore Byrd, a deputy constable, and Kite an officer in Col. Wheat's reji. ment in the Cuban expedition. The difficulty is said to have originated in tin affair of delicacy, involving the reputation of a lady." It is generally ndmitted that Bvrd struck Evinston, when they clinched and scuffled. inuring me scutile it was observed that Ihe blood was gushing from Byrd's side; they were pulled apart, when Uyrd fell and died in a few minutes. Then it was discovered that he had received two fatal stabs in the side, or breast, with a medium sized bowic knife. Evington surrendered himself and was conveyed to jail. The Delta gives the following fear ful history of the brothers of Byrd: The history of the young Byrds,...

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. — 28 February 1851

TORN PAGES Land for Sale. Cenjainin F. Piater, Adnnn.sirat.T o! James AI. keeper, uicea-r", r. Nancy L"pppr, widow, ami Julia Ann M. Leepcr, S.irali Lee per nnd Ja'in M. Leper, hy their C! j;irJ tan nil tlHil, Simeon VV. F.ldiidge. T )URSUANT i" decree nude in tins IS ..,,.! i.i.i iimii ill' Hip Ctrein1 C'Mirl til Bradley county, Tmnessep, I will, pa Slu.dav, '!'' f'li ' av ol Ma"'" p.l.i the prmi...s, FORTY ACRES ul I AI)'H Siinlli West uirni't nl Ihe Nor'h East fjuiiri.-r if seen ui s. vcii. ioaii . i.. ....i, iiml r.ui-e one. East nl ihe basis line, in iIih 0.;.pf I li-irit-l . Bradley county, Tenne ss.-e. 1 ne lerms ol sate win ue !'' Ills lllllP. tllH IM.rcl.asfl "IVIll" hondwiih approved f-.-r n r ;i v . except the in in of twi'iiw lUir. wlmli wul be re ,,ir. m '.e tu"l d 'Wii, '""I a I"" retained . : Mini il l- .ti r.-t.ac ni"liV is II. PAYNE. Cirrfr ' " Jan. SI. i ft- ff5 1 Femalo Academy, M.it,-o.xriu.i:. 77-v.v rgMIK l'rii-ti:i s take plca-mre in inmuiinciu!: Unit 1 1- ver...

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 March 1851

TORN PAGES TIE ATHEI BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1851. VOLUME 3.MJMIIKU 128. POST. TERMS: THE POST will b3 published ercry Fridny nt ti per year, payable within three months from the time ot subscribing; $-2,50 in six monlhi or $3 if payment i delayed until the expiration of the year. AnvKRTisKMKNTS will be ehnrsed $1 per square of 12 lines (or leu) for the first insertion, nnd 2i cents for each continuance. A liberal 'deduction made to those who advertise hy the year. Persons tendins ndverlisemeiits must mark the number of times they des;re them inserted, or they will be continued until for bid and charged accordingly . fty" For announcing the names of candi dates for office Tiikkk Dollars, Cash. Jon Work, such as Pamphlets, Minnies, Cir culars, Cards, litanks, llamlhills, fee, will he 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 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. — 7 March 1851

ATHENS POST. 8. I. IV1XS. lidttoraiid Proprietor. TRKMS. a iear, payable vilhin three month J fmnxilie time of tuliwriliins : JlUlis Imnntht.nr $3 f the rrm'ral ion of the grat. ry J? paper disroaliniud utilil all arrritf tgm are paid, except at the option of the I'ab- V'tr'ann mneingthe names of candidates for tfhee $3, Cash. ATI1P.N. l'RIIV.Y. MAIH'II T, 0v- VV. Thomson Ijpnl for the ''Post," more, Md. , is iIip minimized in ilie city ol H.ilii- ft r Wp irn authorised "nil rnnn tpd in iinno.ii.pi. WM. lcf AMY a c ndj.lii'P 'o ,p,p.p McMinn emrilv in III popular timtiPh n" the rx Legislature. fffi- '-Vp irp n.i'lioriz "1 and reft'l 'S'Prl tn announce Om.'. 1. W. MORflAN. "f Mon me, n n cnn.lids'n fr J.ml Ret'"nls live from imp counties i.r Pola. McMinn and Monroe. We if rii'li'-ri"'! nnd rpqties'Pil In, amino,..-.. I S. R. BUCHANAN, .r Poll:, p n emdiditp for Joint Representative In the next I.nirislanirp rrom lite counlicirtii Monro.., Pi k nnd McMinn. (VH- We are nnihnriv.pd ami ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 March 1851

V TORN PAGES J From the Nashville Banner. DAYLIGHT THROUGH . THE TUNNEL. A friend who was present at the completion of this important result, furnishes us with the following inter cstin particulars, of the celebration. We had intended to do oui selves the pleasure of witnessing it in person, but were unable to do so. Tub Ti'nnel Celebration. The opening of the Tunnel on the twenty, second of February, was a most joyous occasion. The heading in the direc tion of the Crow Cmck Valley, was blown throujh at 12 o'clock on the night of the 21st; and, on thei next day, about seven hundred ladies and gentlemen assembled on the ('umber land Mountain to celebrate the event by appropriate ceremonies. A pro cession was formed with lighted can dies at intervals in the line, and moved through the Tunnel from the west to the east side. A car was carpeted for the accommodation of the ladies. They were, therefore, the first to ride through a Tunnel in the Cumberland Mountain. After the passage of th...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 March 1851

TORN PAGES REl'BEX nilirs Patent VtHtrV'W'Hl iron Water Wheel, f'sr Factories. Saw and Grist Mills, Col ton Gins, and every oilier purpose to iritch tt If ner iciecl ciiit be applied. OtKoy the Greatest Inventions or the Aue 1 rilHIS Wheel combines every quality J I hat is desired in a Water Wheel. Il is adapted to every head and lali, from Iwn feet Hi any heii-hl is equal, in economy of water, to Bny Breast or Over shol Wheel, under a high head of water, and supei wr under a low or medium' head is more du tnld less likely to gel nut of order and is infinitely cheaper. is also iiicmitpun bly vmre sternly in Us motion sulliciently so, indeed, ns in require no Uovemor, even with Cotton Factories making the finest lahrirs.' It has manv other advantages over the Breast and (Iver-shol Wheel. The lirsl if in l eitf! so compact that it can lie applied where there is not room lor these Wheels, the largest size hems tint 5 'eel in diame ter. The second is, that beina much quick er in its mnt...

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. — 14 March 1851

ATHENS PAQT 7' JL 0 BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHKXS, TK'XX., FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1S51. VOLUME 3. XUMIJEIt 129. 1 1 TEIl.MS: THE POST will V3 ptililih!l every Friday nt $3 per ynur, payable within three months from the ti tun ol siihacrihim; ; ),.r0 in six months or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of tho year. Advkktmkmknts will be charged 01 per nirn or 13 linns (or leas) for the first insertion, ami 2.' cents for ciie.h continuance. A liberal ilei I notion made to those who advertise by the year. Persons aeinliinr advertisements must murk the number of times tht'y detere them inserted, nr the-y will hp continued until for bi'l ail'! chnrcc.l ancnnl inly . ry For unnouiicinj the names of ctmdi diites for office Tiiukk Di..i., Caii. Job Woiik, such ua Pamphlets, Minutes, Oir culiirs, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Iko., will he execute. I in n neat nud workmanlike manner, at short notice, anil on reasonable terms. A II letters addressed to the proprietor, post paid, will ho promptly ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 March 1851

3 y ATIIEXS rOST. S. 1 IVIN. r.ilitnr ami Proprietor. 77' H 1S'. 42 " .!'"' P"!li,llr fithin thrrr nnnl'is from Hie tine nf nhrrihiiiz: $ .'..111 in tnrml'it.or i'Uit. the rT:iirtili't ( Hie i;enr. X, lyr iiilitimil until nil nrr'nr itn arc pal 1, etc pi at the option if Hie I'uh- It'W. r nanus of raiiintulrs Jor f1re ft, "',. - " I T.IRXS.WllAV.M-inni 1 Ar- V. Thomson-, is the niitliot izl jetTi for the "Post," in the city ol ll.ilti eiore, Mil. tf J Vi are authorised nnd req'tstpd In annnur.en WM. Mi;T A MY as a cimlidatetn "present McMinn C'limtv in the popular lii-ini-h or the next Legislature. ftj- We nr" nuthoriz'd and r"(,ti il in announce r-npi. G. W. MORGAN, of Mon. rv, ns n rati'lii'i'e for Joint Reownta tivp from the counties of Po'k, McMinn nnd Monroe. tyw V are nu'hriy.vl nnd requested to annnnc.T.AS. R. MUCH AN N. of P!l. a n "nndidi!" for Joint Represent 1 1 ive I tlie next Jiri!ninro fr.'m the nminlies olj Monro". IVk nnd 'IcMinn. (Vy. We nre i n' horiz"d nivl rnqnes...

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