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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 December 1851

( GOSSIPS, i-f very peculiar and uninter r,t, ;)ec.iinVii3 of (lepenernted Im , , ninv lie f.ninfl warmin?; I ike Locusts ol E.typt." in every Itnlfi nI, ' comer or our cities. tr -vnfs. villa ps nn, f.nmlcts.perejrrinatir.c llirouli ,ie streets nr.tl al'evs. 'Mroppin:: in" liko lail Pry" ofolil into ilieir nei,'h. bor'p houses, "ratlierin r.u! retailing slardor to the injury of every Inmost ami rcspce.tahlo citizen, livery nian,i: business is their luisiness; noliiiti of a ..'i.i;,- nr nrivnto nature csr.apes tiieif f.lirvatinn, wlielhcr of p. i'ikhI or evil f. isorvatinr renort, to them it is ai one and the same. Nothing 'cs rirjlit, U!l! tllCV arc all'iwcil in ne cmiisiiiiud an owcii to ue consmiL'f to the whv and wlicreloro such ami sii'd) things are goiirj on. With tlies" oaves droppiiur. meddlesoiiie, and tat t!in" creatures tlic moral an I religious characters ofllicir ncishhors is vilified and misrepresented with as little com punction of conscience, as a member of the pickp...

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. — 19 December 1851

Valuable Farm for Sale! TIIK suhscriber wi.hes to lull that valua ble property known ni the a: p. in spiaxit eaii.v, situated 3 mib i Soutl -w uf tlie town of Athens, a ii I is oiii) mile and a half from the line of thu KnU Tennessee imi, I Georgia Kail road. '1'lie trait contains funic Three Himdrci. and Fifly Acres, alnui 1-25 of which nre cleared ami under cultivation. Tim Ian. I is well fenced. There are icveril first rite Spriiist on it, tf frtnd 1) veiling House, liarn ami Outhouse?. The oil ii good , an I a more desirable locution oan not h found in liny country. The terms will ho made nceommodaftnf. For further inrnrmation apply lo Hie tulucri bir, at Athens, Tcnn. ' R . C. JACKSON. Athena, Vov. 7, 1331 If 163 Dr. Heeler's Family Medicines. .i FADE ME CUM OF HEALTH. K HKMBIlf FOR F.VF.RV H.T.. .1 F f , I V V K 1 It K V. DR. Kkei.eii's Coiioh Syrup. Among all i he remedies beloie I lie public, this rand pre-eminent in incipient Coti'iimp lion, Bionclnlis, Catarrhs.Cougha, Hoa...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 December 1851

':'; 'V' nn A nn ATHENS,- TEM., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1851 Y0L. IY.m. 170. r W SAM. T. 1VJJNS. BENS POST. IE .?. TllB POST i published every Friday nt. ti per year, paynhlo in advance, of $3 if payment ii delayed until the expiration of theyenr. . A'-vki'Thrmfnts wilt bn ehnreed $1 per Square of 12 lines, or less, for (lie first insertion. Unci 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction miiile to thne who advertise by Ihe year. Persons iRinlin? nilvcrtispinptits mnt nnrk the number of times they desire them insertel.or they will he continued until forbid tinil charged iicconlingly. V7-For announcing ihe names nf candi dates for nfline, TitiiEK Tni.t.A, CaH. Jot WurK, such as Pnm.ililets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, ninnks, Handbills, &..., will he executed in n neut nnd workmanlike manner, at short notice, nnd on reasonable terms. , . , . AH letters nililrcsned to the Vroprinlor. post paid, will he promptly nttended to. , Pennm nt n distance sending us the nnrnr-s -vtfour ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 December 1851

:t.- - f V mm mini y.TJ ?.Tri'MtttJir?j,'-'iT' i mn ri A' c 11 n u rn I A L It I'i.N D 1 WO .1 . S. 1. IVINS, r.ilitoi-anil rropiW-tor 'JTJiMS.- '. a or $ II n( ''t rrpirnl inir, Hi nr. fr7" .Vn ) ill' (" ii.'r iiH arfi'ir- a :es are iaidtcci jit al luher. Ihc I'ub- h'nr nniwimriiig the names nf candidalts fur office f H, Cnsfi. Alliens, Friday, Drc, 20, 1851. ftA No paper niiiil from below Dalton since Toe-clay night. Something otil of fis on lhe Western and Atlantic Road. Cc-Circuii Court fur TJradley county eon enis lit Cleveland on Monday the 3th of January. I.MPOU PAINT NOTICE. . Tjie publication of n newspaper involves cnnsilfern'ile expense, which has to be tin l weekly. 'Hia4LnJ" e tupluyed in and about liie oll'icu niffCJN'Vlieir pay reguhrlv paper and ink cSsy tained with ca-h . t...... l,..,t.A ,rtl ('mil ni,l ntimontiN lit y . ., , .. , .11,1 , , prominent link in the. great chain or rail lie incidental'", ditto. 1 o meet all these ex . . penses we must whom we lalnf'. c...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 December 1851

tr If . r-t LATE F,tO.U tub RIO Git ANDE. Tlie stcamsliip Fanny arrived nt New Orleans on the Otli instant, from j3rnzos Santiago. Tlio Funny brings Brownsville dates to the 2()tli ult. Wc liave notiiiti;' ileliriitn in regard to the position of Caravnj.ir. It is ipresiimeil that he is oncainpcil at n 'place catleil lias 1 ulauis, souio us- taiif.o U) the river. General Urnstua arrived at !Uata moros on the 19th ult. with f00 men and five pieces of artillery. Ilia forces consisted of a fair proportion of in fantry, cavalry, ami artillery. General Jaurejrtii had arrived from Monterey and encamped near Cara vajal. A letter I mm the camp of the latter, dated November 23, says: "We are nil anxiously expecting the news of ft battle of a desperate character, and by the time von re ceive this there i3 very little doubt hut the arms of Caravajal will have gained a victory commensurate- with the exigence of t h 3 great occasion. His force is now about five hundred of the best fighting men of...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 December 1851

.7 Valuable Farm for Sale! TltR subscriber wishes lo sell fUMQMuu . ble property known ni the CEDAli SPIUSd FARM, ...I o ...n... Smith. west ci f thn town nf Athens, and iionii mile mid a half front i the line olthe East IVmifsai-e nn.i ueorgi.i road. The tract contains some. Three Hundred and Fifly Acres l.inh lire cleared nnd nriiler cultivation. The Inuil is well fenced. There ru r.nil firat rile Snriiii! on it, ngnr.il Hum nml Hothouses. The loil is good, imd n more dcnirnhlo locution can not h found in any country. The terms will ho ni'ide nc-oinmnilntwir. For further information apply to tho subscri ber, at Athens, Teun. R C J ACKS()N Athens N.iv. 7, I8.'.l--tf 1 Dr. Reeler's .Family Medicines. A FADE MECWa OF HEALTH. HKMCKV KOR vi K ft-ftY ILL. e nk na n. ji e F 1. I C T K DR. Keki.br s I ounii isynup. .mong all the remedies before the public, tins 'anils pre-eminent in incipient Consump tion. Bronchitis. C.ilarrhs,Coughs, Ilonrse ness Whooping Cough. Pleurisy. Asihma. Spilli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 January 1852

7 re v 1 O BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM-., FRIDAY,-3 MUARY 2, 1852. VOL. IY.-XO. 171. nn J Ft 1 ilJjjj ATHENS POST. THE POST it published every Friday at $3 per year, payable In advance, or $3 i( payment is delayed until (lie expiratiou oi Ibe year. A"TBiiTiEJiENTg will he charged $ per square of l i lines, or less, for the first insertion, mid 35 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to thoie who advertise by the tear. Person sending advertisements must rnark the number of times they desire IhemJ - . .! I. - .1 :, r anserieo,or iney win or ouuiiuueu uuin luruiu end chafed accordingly. OJT For announcing the names of candi dates for office,-Tuber Dollars, CasiI. Jo Wuk, saoh as Pumphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Curds. Blame', Handbills, Ac, will be execateil in r neat arid workmanlike manner, at short notice and on reasonable tprms. .Ml letters addreed fo the Proprietor, nost 1 prtiit, wilHie promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sending us the names of four solve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 January 1852

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IV INS, Editor and Vroprietor. TERMS. $2 a year, payable in advance, or $3 alike txpiralion of the year. fj"A"o paper diicnntinutd until all arrear mget are paid, except at the option of the Pub lisher. For announcing the names of caniidalet for office $3, Cath. Athens, Friday, January 2, 1852. 09- We expect to be in Bradley county Tuesday and Wednesday next, ind hope Our friendi in that direction who are in ar rears with the office will be prepared to py up, and assist us to start upon the work of tho new yesr with renewed energy end free from all pecuniary embarrassment! THE NEW YEAR. We are pleased to greet pur patrons and iriends, and once more offer our congratu lations upon the opening scenes of the new year. We are upon the midway point; and ir truly philosophical, wt will look with equal eye upon the past and future, i-both equally transient, and alike caleu jated to teach us the evaneaence of our own existence.- We hsve niessured away another year! Abstra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 January 1852

CLOSE SHAVING. : It has been s-xid by gotric one who knew the hreed or cahle, that if you fit a Yankee adrift in the middle nf the ocenri nnil five him a jack knife and a shingle, that he will whiltle himself home rich. This may be only poetry but wooden nutmegs and basswood hamS are stubborn facts; and a Yankee doodle-rfo is a thin? by no means uncommon. A Yankee shave is ps bad ns a Yorkshire bile, but for close shaving, the following case We think is a little nearer "into next week." than anything we have heard of lately. A. little dried up Frenchman so thin that when he turned edgwise he was almost invisi ble to the naked eye, appeared this morning to make a complaint against a rronnin dnwn faster bv the name of Joshua iopeni I'omeroy. n shrewd looking son of a Pilgrim with a bright eve, and a fare evidently constructed with the express view of enabling him to drink out of a deer track it was so sharp. Th Frenchman walked to the' - - - land with a verv sad expression ol countena...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 January 1852

Valuable Farm for Sale! rgxHC subscriber wi.hcs (o tell that valua JL ble property known ni the CEDAR SPIiLVG FARM, litnnteil 2 inilpi South-west of the town of Athens, mill la one mile mid a half from the line of the Kast Tennessee an. I Georgia Rail road. The tract contains lome Three Hundred and Fifty Acres, alioui 125 of which are cleared and under cultivation. The Irtnd it well fenced. There aresever.il first rate Springs on it, a pood Dwelling House, Burn Hiid Onthone, The toil is Rood , nnd n more desirable location can not bn found in miy country. The terms will he made accommodating. For further information apply to the subscri ber, at Athens, Tenn. . R.C.JACKSON. Athens, Nov. 7. 1851 tf 1S3 Dr. Kecler's Family Medicines A FADE ME C UM OF HEALTH. A R EM E DV FOR EVF.RY ILL. AFFLICT E V it FA li. TR. Keeler's Coogii Svrop. Anion? all the remedies before the public, this lands pre-eminent in incipient Consump tion, Bronchitis, Catarrhs.Cou!hs, Hoarse ness Whoonias Consh, Pleu...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 January 1852

- ' r THE ATMS I : . I l POST. L BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEMf., FEIDAY, JANUAEY 16, 1852. VOL. It-m 173, , ,m & - THE POST it published every Friday at 41 per year, pnytible in advance, or $3 II mymeiit is delnyri expiration of tbe year. , . -, A"ittKNTt will be cWjted $1 per qimre of 1 4 lines, or less, for Ihe Brat insertion, tiil -iS cents for eiiChCoiitiiiuuiice. A liberal -deduction mn'le to " who advertise by the venr. Peti.Mii tanning .lvetlieHei.ts must murk the number of time, they desire then, inerte.t,w they will he eoiitiuted util forbid nd chnred Hoconli"t'y- . .. iVt- For announcing the names ol camJi- tSntfor office, Tart! oias, Cassi. J.,s Wuatc, noh m riWi Miimtw, Circular!. Cur.li. BlnnKs Handbills, &.c., will be execnteu in a neai . -- nmnncr, at thott notice, end reaoblu BAll'letter addressed to the Proprietor, post pHid, will be ptnmvKiv ".- . renons m n "."'"- o of four solvent iiibienberi will be entitled to a firth copy cTnui. No c-uiminnicutinn ins...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 January 1852

0 ATIIENS TOST; 8. P. IVISS, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS. $i a year, payable tit adrancr, or 3 atUie erpiralwn ol Vieiiar. (fcr.Vi paper discontinued until aH arrtar ajes are paid, except at the option of the I'uh- tor announcing the names of candidates for office f.'t, Cash. Athens, Friday, January 16, 1S.2. The SoU'licrn papers duo lsl night failed lo come lo bond, and consequently we arc. without laie dale Irom W aatuntt n. We acknowledge our ir.debiodneta to the Senator! and Representatives frcm our sec. lion lor their promptness in forwarding important intel'igercc from Nabviilo. The poetical effusion If on Monroe will appear ucxi wtek. Tiie Democratic State Convention. m. a i . .a '..l..,;Mia n i llm ju.so.ay ..senium. .... " Mh instant, and organized by appo.nt11.4T lion. Cave Johnon Chairman, and Wm. T. 1 Helms, J. W. Ford, T. Eoyrra. M. O. Church, and N. 0. lake, Secretaries. The Convention appears to have harmoniz ed very well. They sdop-cd a short presm Me and resolu-ion...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 January 1852

xfirqmttoffaihvillt Banner.-' . , M IT Bit A BSON'S RESOLUTION. In ilia Iloiise, yesterday, Mr. Brab .in. oii beh'nlf of the mnjority of the Committee on Federal delations, pre fen tod a Preamble and series of Res o ulions in regard to Federal Politics. ' mi mi i r i i- l j it,. i ,.. A ney win uu iuuiiu uuiiivt. uuiuio that' wero read, Mr. Currin moved to lajlhcm on the tabic, on the ground -'that he though one of the Committee had not examined them. . It appears from explanations which followed be tween him and. Mr. Brabson that if he had not seen the Report it was his own fault, having neglected to attend the meeting of the Committee nt which they wero adopted, although Invited to bo present; and it appealed also that his democratic colleague on the committee, Mr. Davis, had pos session of them several days. Mr. C, however, withdrew his motion to lay on the table; and Mr. Atkins then moved to lay on the (able till Monday. On this motion, Mr. Nctherland called the ayes and noes, s...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 January 1852

Valuable Farm for Sale! nMIH '"cribrr wishes ,0 ,e" t,,nt vulua' Ja. bio property known ni the CEDAR sriil.VG FARM, situated 2 milci Sotith.west of Jim town of Ath'.... '"' h,,lf fr"'!; ,hr line of the. East Tennessee nn.l Georgia liuil ,.,! The tract coiitaim mine Three Hundred ami Fifij Acres almm 13 . of which ro cleared ami cultivation. TI'h la"'1 ' wtil friU .....I Arxf rate Springs oil It, I ll I IT There a irnuil D.'llnu H.1.HO , Hani iindOuthotiscs. I be roil is go"! . nnd h more desirable. Incatiun can r.ot b found in any country. The terms will he made uocotiiiitoilatiiii:. For further information apply to (he. mhscri- bet.ut Athens, lenii C. JACKSON. Itift Athens Nov. 7, IS3I-- tf Dr. Heeler's Family Medicines. A t'AVE ME CUM OF HEALTH. A REMEDY FOR KVF.BV II. 1. .1 FF h iC T IS it n 1: n. TR. Keller's Cough Syrit. Among MJ all .he remedies belore the puh.ic, tins I s'an-ls pre-eminent in incipient Coiisuiup. tion. Binnchiiis.Catarrhs.Coughs, Hoarse- .... . . : -.... W DL...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 January 1852

1 .4V s,s JUL J BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 18-52. YDL IV.-NO. 174. a- f t I PACT -l jL o UJJlMkJ' 2 TERMS' THE POST is pnolishel every Fridiir nt Ji per ye.ir, payable in iiilvunce, or $3 il j lyment is ilcl ijd unlil the eipir.itioil bl lh year. . .. . a.i A-vkkti'KMUjtts will be chnrie-l 51 per stT't or I .Mines, or less, for the first insertion. ol i cents for ench cnntimi'ince. A lihernl deduction mmle la thnae w hw ii'lvertise by Ihp year. Prrsnais online; nilvmis'rments must mirk the ii-i'iihe'r of times theV (Mire ihcin iiuertel,r tboy wilt be continued until (brhiil -and chir;e i Hccirilimjly. rO '''"r """'"'""'"C h nnmes nf cnndi Hiilt'f fur lllTir.H, Tll'IEK PlI.t.AS', C-ahii . "Jon Viis. moh n P.itii,hMs. Minnies, 'Cirnu'iira. tl'r Is. BlrtnKS llimilhill?, iVc, wilt he. eremite.. I in n ni'ii't nod workmanlike ri 'finnr, al atiorl, noticr, and on renaoniible Xerm's. 1 AH lifters nl Ireaaed t th Proprietor, post tjvil, wM hp. r iiiitlv iiltemleil t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 January 1852

v -V. ATHENS POST.1 8. P. IVINS, Editor and Proprietor. TEHMS.$ a year, payable in advance, or $ 3 at the expiration of the year. (t7-.Vo paper discontinued until all arrear mgeYare paid, except at the option of the 1'ub- lUlFur announcing the namet of candidates for office $3, Ctuh. , Athens, Friday, January 23, 185 .State Directors. We understand thai ihe Governor has appointed the fol lowing named gentlemen as Directors in the East Tenuessee end Georgia Railroad Company, on the part of the State: - Dr. J G M. Ramsey, F. S. Heiskell, S. B. 3oyd. Knox county. Wni. Lenoir, Roane manty. J J. Jarnagm, Anderson county. ' Gen. Win. Wallace, Blouot county. Jas. A. Coffin. Monroe county. . W P II. McDermott. McMinn county. Jqo. C. Gaul, Bradley county. r 'whkTmeet.no. A Whig State Convention having been called, lo assemble al Nashville, on IheOtb day of February next, to appoint delegates to a National Convention to nominate cam rdidaies for the Presidency and Vice Piesi dency, we would s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 January 1852

A SKETCH. The on!v event with which famil iarly does not produce indifference is Deaih. The only event certain to occur to all men, is the very one from which nature most universally recoils in horror. The witnessing does not render it less hideou?; the impossibility of avoiding t less terri ble. ' To all, to the brave ns to the iimm, to tne wcaK as to tlio strong, to the christian as to the wicked; the parting of soul and body is an awful, an overwhelming event. The heart is palsied, the mind stnggers in the vain effort to comprehend its import or to grasp its result. "That great change which cometh upon all men." finds all men alike unknowing of it nature. Faith may be firm, hope un wavering; but knowledge is denied u, and we leap into the grave ignorant of the scenes which shall hail our wakirg. We have seen a number ol deaths -not mnny, for we have no taste for the horrible yet we never saw the stern messenger met with se frightful a mixture of defunce and awe, cnur age which wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 January 1852

F.D. FANNING & CO , No. 31 Uayne street, cji.ntLEs ro.y, s. c. Dec. 19. 18a- 109 Conf ec tio ar ics. 4 GOOD lot of L'onleciionaries in small A- package, just received and for sale a Baltimore p-ices with the expenses added. Uc!fii. I8.il. S.K.IlEM)KIt&Co. Wood-choppers! Wood-cliojpcrs! WANTED m Tfllio Iron Works, one hundred Woodchopper, fur which cash will be paid at hiijh prices. D. WELCH & CO, n.e on. i Mi if 170 NEW J" I EH! P. II. IvLlTEI & CO. THE undersigned having purchajcd J ack son& Lillahd's entire stock, are now re ceiving and opet.ins, at the old stand, a large and beautiful assortment of JVF.ir GOODS! adapted to the season, imd invite tho people to (rio them a ct.II. They propose, to tell nl (ha inoit reasonable prices, nnd know thei can ami will gi pood bargains o unj other homo inAthciisur elsewhere. They will also nlwaj-s keep u general as ortment of Hals and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, io. They have the Goods call and examine for...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 February 1852

nn ...)-. 4 I." I VOLTTV.-NO. 177.' BY SAM. P. IVMS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY; FEBRUARY 13, 1852. "POST TERMSt v - THE POST Is published every Friday at - 3 per year, payable in advance, or $3 if payment ii delayed until the expiration of the year. Atehtikmbnts will be charged $1 per qnare of 12hnei,or leu, for the firtt insertion, and 25 cent! for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to thoie who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements mutt mark the number or timet they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and chnrged eecordingly. (jp For announcing the names of candi dntus for utfice, Tiiaea Dollars, Cash. JoaWuRK, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards. Blanits, Handbills, &.c, will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. , All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will he promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sending ut the names of four solvent subscribers,' will be...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 February 1852

ATHENS POST, 0. P.1VINS, Editor an rroprletoV. TERMS. $i o yearpayabte in adcanec, or $ 3 at the expiration of Ike year. f (fj- JVo paper discontinued until all arrear syei are paid, except at Vie option of Vie 1'ulr xiher. ' r- For gnnmmeing the namtt nfcandidaltt fur aJlce $3, CajA. Athens,. Friday, IWrJ3J5' 0 Chnery Coutt meets at Atheus, Beit Monday, Ifjth inst. ' Land .Warrant- Asmghabis. -We learn by the Charleston Courier of 'ho lOib, that lha U. S. House of Representative, 'on Friday ike 6 h imt , poised l lie Senalo bill making laod warrants issued unJtr the law of September 23, 1850, assignable, striking out all in provNion but the one effecting that object, to- wbich they added a clause authorizing the reception of these verranta at 81.25 per acre, in part payment (or government land held at a higher rate tbao tbe minimum prk ; v f A telegraphic depatch from Waaliington says, ihe Hon. Mr, Merrick, lta Senator from'Marylend, is to succeed Lewis Cass, jr , as Chsrge at Rome...

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