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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 September 1851

I12TTER FROM CAPT. J. A. KELLY. The following letter from Capt. James A. Kelly, the surviving officer (if Crittenden's command, will be read with interest by his'numcrous friends, find by all who take, nn interest iA the late unfortunnts Expedition. It is uddrcsscd to a friend in this city : , Havana, Sept. 6, 1851. Dear FuTknd: The newspapers doubtless informed you of the fate of (Jen. Lopez's party,- and it is not neeessafy for me to- recapitulate events. I was released from prison on Monday, the first ol this month, and have been on board the ship Norma, but wiH sail for New York to-morrow, and from thence home by the fiver route. Previous to' out capture, we had some very hard fight ing. Think of 750 men against 200' raw recruits. I have saen that',- and these raw recfuils whip- (hem and make them ingloriously fly before them. Porter was badly wounded in the right breast on the 13th, in the first action, near by my side, but he has stood the march ever since, and is among the pr...

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. — 26 September 1851

Musical Academy, fflHE Four'h Session ol' th's Institution I will commem-e the first Monday of September next, and close Hie last Saturday ol January. There will be an intermission during Chri-tmas week, making a session ot 21 week. This Institution is si ill under Hip care and direction of Pmtessor G. It. Ivnaiik. It is unnecessary lor us to speak ol Ins qualifications as they are undoubted, and Die nrnficieiKV of hir pupils sliowim to be one ol' the first Teachers in the bouili. TEIIMS: Piano Forte, per sesion. "I'n?. For use of Instrument, Lessons on tlie Violin, Flute, and all llie Wind Instruments, 20.0(1 Instructions in Musical Composition. Uo.OU P. S Those haviiij Piano I'or'es in Athens' will be waited oil at their residences if desired. . , . , , ,n Athens, Aucusi I, lt-l if 14 J Wool Carding-New Machine milK subscriber respectfully informs the A public Hint I c has started n Nkw Wool Caboisu Machine, at bis old stand, 3 1-3 mile Knstof Atteti, mid is prepared to Curd Wool ...

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 October 1851

TORN PAGES TIE A nn JL G V ,.r .1 L BY -SAM. P. ITIIS. TFIFI POST is published every Fridny ..at $2 per year, payable m advance, or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of llioycnr. AnvKnTisRiENTfl will ho charged $1 per square of 13 line, or less, fnr the first insertion, innil 25 cents for eue.h continnnnoo. A lihernl -deduction mnde to those who advertise by the yenr. Persons sending fldvertiseinents must marlc the nnmher of times they desire thctn inserted, or they will he continued until forbid 'nnd charged nccnrdingly. ft5 For announcing the nnmes of candi dates for office, Tim KB Doi.laiis, Cash. Job Wurk, such s Pamphlets, Minutes, 'Circulars, Curds. Blanlts, Handbills, &e., will he executed in a neat nnd workmanlike winner, at short notice, and on reasonable 'terms. All letters addressed tn the Proprietor, po8t 'paid, will hn promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sending us the names of four solvent subscribers, will be entitled to n fifth e.opv crntis. N...

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 October 1851

ATIIENS POST. 8. P. IVINS, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS. $-2 M year, payable vilhin three monUuTrom the lime of subtrribini;: $2,5(1 m montht,or $3at the expiration of the year. (V"7- JVo paper diiconlimud until all arrear tgcYarc paid, except at the option of the lub- For announcing the nametofeandidalet for fHct $3, Cash. " Athens, Friday, Oct. 3, 1851. Railroad Directory. Next Wednes. UlRECTOKY. l.cl 11 tuiiti- day i.tho time for the quarterly mectng o , the Directory of of the Eist Tennessee anu . Georgia Railroad Company. There is im portent business to transact, and it is pre sumed a full board will be in attendance. rvs- The Circuit Cjurt for Folk county meets at Benton on Monday the 13th inst. Out and Gone. Two prisoners who were confined in Jail at this place, made their escape on Sunday lost, and are still at large. Whenever Ihe Worshipiul uuiity Court shall, in their wisdom, think it ex- v ui v - - i pedient to have the Jail placed in a proper ..... r it.., will ha soma n...

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. — 3 October 1851

TORN PAGES r TUH WEDDING DrtESS. , Alexander Dumas. We t;.ke the following extract from this .looply interesting work noticed in our paper ol Wednesday: '('I t! vessel npproached thft place wh(!r the body of Henri hnd been thrown into the sea, nnd Samuel sent for the young girl. She came on deck ngain; she had changed her dress, nnd now wore a white veil, like n bride She sat bv the helm, Samuel looked at her with surprise. The white dress and veil seemed out of place" to the sailor. "Are we near the spot?" said she. "Yes, in half an hour we shall pass over it. "And will vou know it?" 'As well as if I had the mate's quadrant." . "1 have never nsked you for the details of Henri's last moments, but to-night I wish to know how he died." Samuel refused for a Jong time, but nt last consented. Ha said: "One day M. Smith, the Doctor, came to rtell me that M. 7enri was very siok. 3 put a sailor in my place, and went down at once. Poor young man! i.'c -had felt badly the evening before, 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 October 1851

TORN PAGES IPMWII jl IIITTT1 Musical Academy. flHE FourUi F."sinn of this Institution " will cwnmenep Ihn firai Monday of September net, anil rinse the Inst Saturday ul' January. There will Iipiiii intermiston during ChriMinas week, making a session of 21 wi-rle. This Institution : ill under tbe care nnil direction of I'rnirssor ft. It. Knabk. ll is unnecessary or us to Fjipn'c of hi iialiticniiins ns tlf-y are undoubted, and llip priili'-if nr v nf hi? pupils slmw I'im to bu oiip of the first Teachers in the South. TEH.VS: Piann Forte, per session, SW0 For iir of Instrument, 2,0') JjPu5nn on I1'!- Violin, Fiuto, am! all t ho Wind lni'innents, SfJ.M Instruction in .Musical Composition, 2-1.00 P. S. Tluie having Piano Fur'ps in Athens' will b" waited on at their residences jl tlpeired. Athen?, Align;! I, l?.ll tf MO Salt, Bntr'i'or.n k nonsox have just received a laricsnppW of IC in Lrs Sslt, or sale rhrnp for rash. Aug. 22, Ml Chancery Eals. PURSUANT inn decree n!' iIip Chan peiv C'...

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 October 1851

rilTTTTi - 1 - -Mi 'di , i POST. BY mi P. IVEJS. ATHEjJS, TEM., FED AT, OCTOBER 10, 1851. Jr0L. IYdT0. 159. THE TOST ia published every Friday nt 3 per year, pn :illu m advance, or ii pnyment is delayed until ttio expiration of the year. Avkhtisemknts will ln churned $1 per square of 12 lines, or less, for tlio first insertion, nnd Q.r rents for each contintiiiiiec. A lilicral deduction made to those who advertise hy the yenr. IYrsnns srmilins; advertisements must mnrlc the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will he continued until forbid nnd charged iircnrdinuly. (fj- Tor ntinniineins the names o( candi dates for nflice, Tuni'.u Dollar", (',u. Jon Won ic, such as Pamphlets . Minutes, Circulars, Cards. I!l:inu, Handbills, Sr.n., will be executed in n neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, nnd on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will he promptly attended to. I'ersnns at. a ili-tanoe .'cndim; us the names of four solvent subs...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 October 1851

jaw hi -in r v ii i I'mrm vt i r it n ATHENS POST. S. I. IVI'N, Ltfitorand rroprlctor. TKI.VS.$i n iear, pniahlr vithin Ihrrc months front the lime of tulttrriliiins : $ .i) in mnnlln.nr $'iat the rrmealion of the year. ff7.V nnprr (lisrnnliiiveil until nil arrear ttrt'arc paiiiicscrpl at the option of the I'ub islirr. Fnr annnnnringlUe names of candidates for tffice ft, Cash. "Atlions, Friday, Oct. 10,lS?fc LEGISLATIVE. Tli" Legislature convened nl Nashville on Mondny, nt 10 o'clock. Ilv rr frrence in tlie lellpr of ntir correspondent, it will bn seen Ihnt R. liar., of tj itison cnun'y, was pleet rd Speaker of ihe Senate, receiving fifteen vole on the. first In l'ot. Upon Uk'ni his neat he addressed tho Senate, in a nnnl nnil approrrine pre-li. ond pronounced ilia bo ity ready lor the IransnCbn of business. llnring Ihfi nficrnonn session, II. FI. II A R-r.l'os-. of Warren county, wns elided Prin cipil Clerk of the S:na'e. Tlie House of Representatives wns call ed to order 'jv Mr. E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 October 1851

A BALL-ROOM TRAGEDY. The London Times ublishes from a private letter, additional particulars relative to the assassination of Miss Brunei, at a public ball in the theatre of San Sebastian : Now that the festivities are over, the only subject of conversation is the Wretched young man who poina'rdcd Maria Brunei. Ho is in custody in the fortress of the town. Those who have been no quained with him speak favorably of his previous conduct. There is no doubt of jealousy being the cause of the crime. It appears ho had been attached to the young lady, and no doubt ho considered that he was slighted b her or supplanted. On the night of the ball he considered there was no doubt of the fact. lie became exasperated and committed the crime while his victim was in the :act of dancing a polka. He stabbed her twice in the back; the first blow only grazed her skin, but the second went through the heart. Her death was instantaneous. The act was so sudden that her partner in the dance did not pori'.c...

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 October 1851

rfl2ffmM..UU.Ul'UtJ.y Mimical Academy, r1 1 ! ! : I'nnr'h S"?ion of I', is h i hi i hi n !;iV i.f th" ir-l Mi Sc,i' ni."r ii' I) f .1 il tl 1 1 a r v , ! se llir list P : ' 1 ! : i ! " ',i n i r i -r in I;, making a m MOD s inn r a re ('mill. Oiin-tmas U'i of' Ul weeks This In-'iirlinn nn 1 (lirjc: i.n nf I Mill U.lder I'lP r (i. R. K: I) s;t.-nk i lii-dmi'Med, Pro'-." for l: '. u: r. . i,l liis il, and l-iul In :'oiltIi. Il is iintirrr arv (i:a!inVnt;-'!is n tln'V ate tiip pr. i" i lie Oil'' of ii'V of H piipi.s ! he first 'I'i arll'Tf ill the rnn.vs: Pi-ino FTlc. vr :-f'--i'i!i. I For iii' nf lii'TiiniPnt, Lesson nn i'i- Violin, Flute, nnd a' 1 lh" " i ti 1 li,-:-iiinr' nt--. Lisir ri'iMi. in Miniral ( .'i.mpo'tVn : 2(1. 00 ! co (i'i i i'S ill I. S. 'I'!. i--o I' Ath"n will L" tva: ll tir-irtn. Athens A m rr i IV III 2 1'IMIll l'r ili j on al their i'. 1. l."--lf Tjr.Anro;.;!) . uino Iiuvp 1'lst ri rri vl a U'.'.-o su nr sa'e rlii fnr rash. r. It, k. -.1 vl IT T Id 1 il.'CfR l;i C...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 October 1851

Tim POST. JLJL BY SAM. P. HIIS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1851. VOL. IV.-NO. 1C1. 1UJ .1 lr- i: ft ft fit- 3' TEU.nSt TIIR POST is published every Friday nt $3 per year, payable in advance, or $3 il piyroent is delayed until the eipirntiou ol the year. A' VKIITIXKMF.NTS will ho charged $1 per failure of 12 hues, or less, for the first insertion, mill -J5 cents for each continuance. A linor-nl deduction made to those who iidvertise hy tin year. Persons mdiiig advertisements mut mark the numher "f times they desire then, inserted, or they will ho continued until forbid and charged accordingly. fry For nnnouncitiff the names ol candi dates lor office, TmtEB Dollars, Cash . Job WuRK, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars. Cards. Blames', Handbills, &c., wlllbeexeoute.linn neat nml workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable AU tetters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will he pMrnntly attended to. Persons at a di-tinc- sending ns the mimes of fm.r nwJ-t ih.c...

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 October 1851

ATHENS POST. r. IV INS. I'.illtor anrt Proprietor, TKN.VS. .''" rli,,,,r ' 'lire ('m from the time nf 'uh-rril'in:; 6 montht. or .'! ill the t miration nf the near. ((-j-.Vi imper diicmitinntJ until nil arrenr igfiart ptiid,txctpl at Hie option of the J'ub- Mer. , .... , For nnnnwi ring the name s nf eandidalet for cfiee f.'i, Cask. Anions, Friday, Oct. 21, 1S51. GOV. CAMPBELL'S INAUGURAL. This Address willj.be fnund on tlio first page of our PnPer;j2t J" Pl,,a,in- 10 " sensible men " nfi-e'ilie manifest lo" deney of our lea.firTg men to brevity. Wf think Tennesseenns. without dititetion (if party, my rsul the recent inaugural ad dress wild a-tQingof per'ect satisfaction, if not pride. The vv h ii puny justly buns' of the eh c'iti'i lliry mode, and 1 1 1 y de serve crriiit tor their exertions in electing Gov. Campbell. ' Hi oddress shows tint lie has studied our true chancer, knows our reource. necessities, ond disadvan tages as a commercial pe' p'e. We can re ly upon lii aid in eve...

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 October 1851

Thb Hoa Cnor.-The Terre Haute Kxprnss, of the Stl inst, says : "We understand that good pork fan be readilv ensased nt this time, nt ssi no risr 100 Iks', net. We hoar of -1 " one lot of fine hrurs ensaged nt that nricc. with the rise of the market, ifl any. Some, indeed, have been ex pecting 9-1 25, hut we hear of no con tracts nt that rate." The Rusliville (Fa.) Jacksoninn, of Vlhe 9th, makes these remarks: The prospect is that the hog mar ket this vear will enrrv with it an unusual degree ol vivacity wiA n. Juvefs are plenty in this . . county nnd'sellers ard few, and loth', to dispose of Mhe precious' stuff. A I great number ot our tarmers nave m.nA liniuauari enmll nt l-ifl 00 flflrl others at $3 25. Everything that I can possibly be rriade ino pork will h marketed. From what we are able to gather the number in Rush county will not be quite as large as in other years, but the number of pounds probably greater. We learn that some cdntracts have been made at $4 25, net. delivered...

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 October 1851

Musical Academy. flMlR Fourth Session or this Institution will commence the first Monday of September next, and close the last Saturday of January. There will be an intermission during Christmas week, making a session of 21 weeks. This Institution ''s still under the care and direction of Prolessor G. R. Knabs. It is unnecessary lor us to speak ol his qualifications as thpy are undoubted, and the proficiency of hi? pupils show him to be one of the first Teachers in the South. TERMS Piano Forte, per session. 20,00 I For use ol Instrument, 'uu i Lessons on the Violin, Flute, and all ! the Wind Instruments, .'U.llt) Insiructions in Musical Uimposuion, j.uu P S Those bavina Piano rones in Athens will bo waited on at iheir residences if desired, Alliens, August I, 1 So I if 149 Chancery Sale. UR.SUANT to a decree of the Chan- ceiv Courl at Alliens, at the Aiisust term, 1851, 1 will sell at the Court-house d.or in Alliens, on iJie 31 day of Novem ber next, on a credit of twelve months, (e...

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 November 1851

1 JJljDj BY SAM. P. IVIIfS. ATHENS, TEM., EE ID AY, NOTEMBEE 7, 1851 VOL. IV.-KO- 103, . THE POST is published every Friday lit $i per year, payable in advance, nr il xyment is delayed until the expiration ol he year. Advertisements w ill bo charged $ per square or i tines, or less, for the first insertion, iiml 25 cent9 for each continuance. A liberal deduction made tu those who advertise by the year. Persons sanding advertisements must marie the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will he continued until forbid ind charged accordingly. 'fr5 For nnrioiincinsr (he names o catnli dates for office, Tiiiikk Doi.laks, ('ash. Jon Wuitic, such as Pamphlets, .Minutes, Circulars, Cards. UlntiKs, llantlhills, &c, will be executed in A neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, and ou reasonably terms. All letters addressed to the Pfopfiolor, post 'paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at u distance sending us the nnmcs of four solvent subscribers, will be entitled...

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 November 1851

ATHENS POST. 8. I. 1TIXS, Editor and Proprietor. Tf'.HMS.fti a year, payable in advance, or $3 at the. erpirntion of the year. fpj- .V, paper disrontinurd until all arrear age! are paid, except at the option of the l'ub liiher. Fr annnunringlhe name of candidate! for efjice f .'t, Cash. Hi I hens, Friday, Nov. Y, 1851. Frpijjlit trains on the East Tennes. see and Georgia Railroad ore now running up to within half a mile of Athens. The paeng r trnin will commence running at a. ion as the Y opposite the town is com. pleted, which will be in a few days. Message The message of Gov. Camp Ml 1 1 the Legislature will be found on the firt pngoof our paper. It is an able docu. rnent, and worthy an attentive perusal. UftM!D Stack. Ho dors of unpaid stock i'i the East Tennessee and Georgia Road will do well to notice an advertisement that appears today, Letter Ptamvs. Look Oct. The low makes it the cuty of postmastors to prose cute any person who may attempt n fraud on the Depnrtmrnt by using ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 November 1851

JUOT IN SMITH COUNTY, TEXAS. We copy tlio following from the Tyler (Smith County, Texas) Tele graph of the 27tli of September : "We stop the press to announce one of the most painful tragedies that has ever fallen to our lot to record. On "Pvthis morning, John M. Mclvinley, JherifT of this coun'y, arrested at Canton, Mr. Joseph Pierce, with a warrant charged with the offence of assault with intent to commit n mur der. After Pierce was arrested, a man by the name of Isaac Moore threatened to raise a crowd of Pierce's friends and rescue him from the cus tody of the Sheriff. The sheriff in the interim summoned a guard to pre vent the rescue of the prisoner. About two o'clock p. m. Moore and Robert Tierce and a man by tlie name 01 Crawford, made the attempt to rescue the prisoner. The parties were all armed, and after about twenty shots, and many thrusts with bowie knives, hand axes, &c, the Sheriff's party, were left victors in possession of the prisoner, who is now lodged in jail....

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

HARDWARE, COURTNEY & TE.NXEXT, No, 35 Ilnvn street, C11.UILESTOX, SO. CA., UR nnw opening ilhecl from England, a very splendid siocl: of llnrdn-are.. Cutlery (,'nnx. t,-c, i rr :i l.y one of their linn in prison, f"r ciisli . MhiiMi ...t.- visinng Mitirlestnn will find il tn their hurt' s! 10 cull ami examine their i'nck, which ;..) oll-r cm llie most iuvurn. bit let ins, Hepi.fi. ISOI-fii,. "Musical Academy, fill IF. Futir'h Scs-inti nl lii's 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n will cuitnm iv the first Monday nl Sr,1liM,i!f r ll'-Xt, and close (nc last S itnrday ol January. Tnere will be an intermission during Clm-tiuas week, making a session of til week. This Institution ;s fill under the care and direction of Pin!.-sir G. It. Knaiik. It is iiniipcpfsirv lor tis to speak ol his ...Mien1 inns n-i iiiy am undoubted, and the profi -len-v of lii. pupils show liiu to ba one of Hit i'.rst Te.vh"i3 in the doulh. Pimn Forte, per session, -O.(H) For u-e ol instrument, li.Ol) Lessons- on tin Vi'ilin...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 November 1851

TIE ATHENS POST. BY SAM. P. IYINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1851 VOL. IV.--NO. 161. T Ell. 11 St THE POST is published every Fridny nt $2 per year, payable in ndviinoe, or 3 if payment is delayed until the expiration of the year. A"vi'.nTisE.tfrcxTs will be charged $t per square of 12 lines, or less, for the first insertion, mill 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending Advertisements must murk the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly. 07" For nnnoiinciiif; the names of candi dates for office, TiiiiEU Dollaiis, Cash. Job Wouk, such as Pumphlets, Minutes, Circnltifs, Cards. Blames, Handbills, &c, will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters nddresscd to the Proprietor, post paid, will he promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sending us the names Of four lolvont siihucribe...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 November 1851

ATMXS POST. S. I IVINS, UiUtnr anil Proprietor. TI'.RMS. $ l a year, payable in adrunce, or $3 at Vie erpirnlinn nf the yfir. Oj-.Vo paper disrnntinuiil until all arrfar azet are paid, except al lite npliun of the Pub lisher. For announcing the names nf candidates for office f.'), disk. Athens, Friday, Nov. 1 1, 1851. Chancr. The in nil from this place to Coltimhos. Polli eo., formerly leaving on Monday., will herealier leave Alliens every SiturdayntG o'clock A.M., and return name day. Georgia. Mr. To-mib- hi" been pleeled to the U. S. Senate by the Legislature of Gen'gin. The vote wa, Toombs 120; Jno. M. Berrien 4; "entering 43. Thank-givinu. The Governor ha i- ucd hi proclamation setting apart the 27'h as a day of Thanksgiving and rrayer to Almighty God. Bank Ptr.ECTor.s. The Governor ha nominated the following; gentlemen as Di rectors fur the Bank of Tennessee; Mr. Lnlfiettef "f the county "f r!"ther ford; J..I111 Sbelhv. M. M. Mon-'hm. W. T Cooper, V. K. Winston, 1'. W. MaTv, L....

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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