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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 February 1852

,r j WHAT'S THE USE. Mr. Furguson the noted bibulant he-of the rubicund visage we mean tvaa itanding in Washington street the other day, leaning against an awning post to rest himself alter the fatigue incident upon visiting and chatting with a number of publicans and sin ners, wt.en he foil into the following train of reflections : . What's th use of being rich? In particular,. what's the use of getting rich? My wife, she says to me every tim I get to work on a good job Jim, i why' don't you try to lay up n tittle money t" says she. And then J try to distil into her mind the evils of riches.' There was poor Mr. Astor, worked hard to 'cumulate property, ond when he had piled up a lot of it he was pestered to death to take keer oft. .Then there was poor rich Mr. McDonogh, in Louisiana, n"gh about Starved himself, and only had one suit of poor clothes, for tha sake of buyin all the land that jined him. I reckon I've eland drunk about ten times as much good stuff as Mr. McDonogh did in...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 February 1852

F.D. FANNING & CO , tiAT If CAP MANUFACTURERS No. 31 Heyne sircel, CBJilLESTO.Y, B. C. Dm. 19. 1351- ' 160 Wood-choppers! Wood-choppers! WANTED at Tellico Iron Works, one hundred Wood-chopprr, fur winch cash will be paid at high prices. . . D. WELCH k CO. -Dec. 26. 1851 tf '70 N E W F I R M ! p. n. keitii & co. THE undersigned having porohaied J ace ...i .-m ttilc. am now re- BO OC LJ I Lli BU clinic " . ' eeiving and oper.ins,, at the old stand, a large ana oeaumui assortment ui NEW GOODS! adapted to the season, and invite the people to give them a can. I ney prui ........ k. .naannahl nrict. and knOW they em and will give as good bargains as any OthW nome in Ainens or iiicwuiiii.. 1 1 i irunn a frnnpral as I ney win ! "j" o -, sortmentoi Hats and Caps, Boots and aboes, Groceries, Hardware, o. They have the Goodscall and examine tor yourselves. , They will take in exchange for Goods, Corn, Wheat Utls, an i in ici v....,...,, Produce usually mnen oy mrru. ....... PHILIP II. ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 February 1852

ATIIEATS, TEM., FlllMT, ; FEBRUARY 20, 1852. BY mi T. IVINS. VOL--IV.-NO. 178. . TERMS : THE TOST ! published every Friday at $2 pcryeur, payable in ailvaurq, or 3, if pay ment id delayed until the expiration of the year. Advertisements will he charged $1 pr square of 12 lines, or less, 'or the first inser tion, and 25 cents for eaen, continuance. A liberal deduction made lo those who iiejju-tise by the year. Persona sending advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or thuy will continue until for bid and charged accordingly. - . For announcing the namea of candidates for office, C.vsu. ' toa Work, inch ns Pamphlet, Minutes Cir culars, Cards, IJ!anks Handbills. Ac, will be executed in a neat nnd workmanlike manner, at Bhort notice; and on reasonable terms. All let ters addressed to tbe Proprietor, post TmiiV will lip iirnmn1.lv uttended to. t. jSum, 4HMfaMilU"ftM nniuvsiorrpf- p,.,Ty (;..,,. Waahmgta oMoiir solvent subscribers, will be entitled to .Maur...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 February 1852

V s V - V O ATHENS POST. S. 1. IVIN'S, Editor axd I'ropheiu TEKMS. $2 a yer, ft wble in advance, or 1 at the expiration of w year. Ao paper d'fcerktiimci until arreartjet are Kit,, except at tie optiern f the Publinher. Fur announcing the naiAct of eandidatce for vjict $3, ( Vini. Alliens, Friday, Feb'j 20, 1852. Personal. We, the editor, have, during the present week, been disqualified from at tending to any business whatever, by a severe attack of rheumatism, or as some say, "the rret-tnatics." It is the first time wo hae ever Wen favored with a visit of the kind, mid we must say that at present we have no disposition either to have it prolonged or re jmated. Our opinion is, that the terturcs it inflicts upon iU victims are a little ahead of thnsj said have been endured by Saint Sniiiebixl y, who was broiled to death on a gridiron. The getting "P "f the paper this w eek has d -yoked upon the workmen in the office, and ue Hatter ourself that it looks about ac well r.s most of the s...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 February 1852

A HAPPY HOME. . The first year of married lite in a most important era in th history of man and wife. Generally, as it is spent, so is almost all sub aequont existence. The wife and the hus band then assimilate their views and their desires, or else, conjuring up their dislikes, they add fuel to their prejudices and ani mosities forever afterward. I have some whore read," says Rev. Mr. Wi.se, In his Bri dal Greeting, -f a bridegroom who gloried in his eccentricities. Hu requested his bride to accompany him into the garden, a day or two after their wedding. He then threw a line over tho room of their eottage. Giving his wife one end of it, he retreated to the other side and exclaimed, Pull the line." Sl.o pulled it, at his request, as far as she could. He cried, -Pull it over." I can't," she replied. 'Put pull with all your might," shouted the whimsical husband. But vain were nil the efforts of the bride to pull over the line, so long as her husband held to the opposite end. But when...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 February 1852

JAMES E. WILLIAMS, (Lste of ICnoxn'lIf, TMin"ssci). co.yi.n i SSIO .V . J It II .1 . V T, Western oor. of Hunter and Prior st?., ATLANTA, GEORGIA, TTAVIXG rented the .:ii Fire-nroof War."- h else, at tLo above naticd locution, is now prepared to receive nil kinds of lii.-t Tet'.ne.-i-seo PR(l")LOI2 usually s!lit. lo lliH market. Ho will uive his personal atto.ntiou t the ,iUl leliern 01 llliplll v 111 luiu.iuii the Markets, Ac, ic, will receive prompt at tention. Rkki:i'.km'i: Chandler, French Co., Gaines A Co. Ch-tl,lanoo.ra, Tenn. Gammon, Gaiinu A Co., Cr-iihes 1 A Peal-l-iek, William I'o.. H. Atilt. C. Waliaee, anil Jim-chants e-iierallv Knoxville, Tenn. H. J 5. A S. M. l'.ceper Leej.er's Landing, Tenn. II. (1. A I.. 15. SauVH, II. T. Cox, Gilbert A Pon Louisville, Tenn. Officers of Steamboats running between KnoNville n:i.l Chattanooga, Tenn. ,nv, 21, 1601 if Io5 Kolston Glass. 1 ) n-wrteil sizes, just received on Jo') Consignment, nnd will be sold nt th? manufacturer, prices, f...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 February 1852

ATHENS PO BY SAM. P. IYDfS. ATHENS, TENK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1852. VOL. IV.-N0. 179. . TERMS: THE T03T is published every Frilny nt per year, payable in advance, or $;i, if pay icut is delayed until tke expiration of the llll' year. .ADVERTISEMENTS Will DO charged f l per square of 12 lines or lesis for the first inser tion, and 25 cents for eack ceulinuance. A lilieral deduction made to those who advertise 1y the years Persons geiiding advertisements tnust mark the number of times they desire t horn inserted, ortkey will continue until lor lid und charged accordiHjIy. For annouiieinir the names of candidates for office, Cash. Jon Work, such as Pamphlet, Minutes, Cir culars. Cards. Blanks. Handbills, Ac- will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, nt abort notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addrosscd to the Proprietor, post ra"nl. will be nroiiintlv attended to. 1 ersons at a uisiauee aununiu u iu uim f four solvent subscribers, will be entitled to fifth copy grat...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 February 1852

ATHENS POST. S. 1. I VI N'S, Emma and Proprietor. TERMS. "J a year, pannlde in advance, or (3 at the expiration of the year. 2?" So p-ifirr ili-nn'ined vntil arrearges are paid, except at the option of Ike Publisher. For announcing tUt names of candidate! for tfieeZ, Conk Athens, Friday, Fcb'j 11 185 ; IW1 consequence of tho failure of tlio mails, our commercial letters have all missed this week. ' . The communication signed "11" did not roach us until Thursday, and conso- ouentlv was too Into for this week. It tsludl appear next. Beasch Bask at Athens. We learn by a gentleman from Nashville, that tho Bill to reinslato the Branch Bank of the State at Athens has passed both houses of the Gen eral Assembly. The Congressional Bill. The Con gressional apportionment bill has passed both houses of the General Assembly and is now a law. Below we give the districts as fixed by tho bill on its final passage. This, tho 3d, district, embraces eleven counties, ono more than under the districtin...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 February 1852

j mar s i TIIE PRINTING OFFICE. There are comparatively fe-.v of a commit if iy, who have any idea of the constant labor performed in a Pristixo Office. We speak of the physical labor, not the mental, for editors have so Ions trumpeted to the world the hard lot they fill, that the story has be come old and stile. There are a thousand littlo matters to be attended to by the printer, th it cannot enter into the calculation or the labor he performs; still each and every one calls for some exer tion on hi part, and in addition to his labor, requires him to be the slave of his vocation. While othors engaged in manual labor have their soasons of relief and enjoyment, the printer must be toiling at the stand, moving his vet brisk, out wearied finders, for the after satisfaction of those who are per mitted to enjoy the fruits of his labor. In a printing office night is frequently turned into day, and '-tho Sabbath is not known," but "from week's end to week's end" is heard tho everlasting 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. — 27 February 1852

RAILROAD HOUSE, ATHENS, TENNESSEE. THE subscriber respectfully announces to the traveling public that he has opened the a bovc house for the accomodation of nil wb may give hint a call His House is situate J in a convenient part ef the town, an J ho hoi 103 by close attention to bifeiness to receive a lib eral share of public patronage. . An Omnibus always in waiting at theDe jot, on the arrival of the Cars from Dnlton, to convey passengers and bainta, free of charge. 1". K. iVhetsell. Athon. Jan. 23, 18-T2 tf 174 Take Notice. ALL persons indebted to the undersigned, ei ther at his Stor iu town, or in Sweetwater Valley, are earnestly requested to call and ti tle all open accounts for 18.H, by Note or Cash; all debts of longer standing by early pay ments; so that the expense of collection may be avoided. tfP The highest price will be given for Corn, Wheat, Outs, Feathers, Ac A. McKELDIN: Athens, Jan. 0, 1852 tf Hi Notice, ALL persons are hereby notified not to trade for an obligation...

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. — 5 March 1852

ATHENS ins ao fin r i LAID t i. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1852. VOi. IV.-NO. 180. BY SAM. P. IV INS. MRUS: THE TOST is published every Friday st $1 per year, payable in advance, or$:, if pay ment u delayed until the expiration of the year. Adveiitisemknts will ho charged $1 per fquare of 12 lines, or less, for the first inser tion, nn l 25 cents for caeli continuance. A liberal deduction madn to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements ninst mark the number of times they desire t hem inserted, or they will continue until for bid and churned accordingly. For announcing the names of candidates for office, f 3, Casil .Ton AVonK, such fts Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Curds, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, 'ill be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, t short not ice, and on reasonable terms. Alt letters addressed to the Proprietor, post . M ...III 1..1 nOTlril.tlv Attnnilpil to. ' ' . ' 1- i:...- .. 1.a tintnua rersous at a uisiHiict kuii uh o t ..o . of four...

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. — 5 March 1852

.5 ATHENS TOST. S. P. 1VIXS1, Emtob and Proprietor. TERMS- $2 a year, payable in advance, or 3 at the expiration of the near. ?g- Vo paper dieon tinned "ntil arreartie are paid, except at the option of the Pu blUhr. For announcing the namci of candtdatei for ojice J3, Cash. Athcns7Fri(!ay, March 5, 1852. See commercial letters next page. r3y Attention is invited to tho advertise ment of tho President of tho East Tennes see and Georgia Railroad Company, tor pro posals for building the Bridge across the Teiincsseo 't houdon, and for grading the Road North of tho river. C3f" The Legislature adjourned sine die on Monday last, nnd tho members arc getting homo. . The session has been a very impor tant one, and tho people have cause to bo Hafsfiodwith the manner in whieh their rep resentatives have discharged their laborious duties. The session has been unusually protracted, as there wero Havor.il very im portant measures to be carried through and perfected, not occurring in the ordinary c...

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. — 5 March 1852

01 1 10 W IIIG CON VENTION. The Whig Central Committeo of Ohio liavo isucd a call for the election of dele gates to the Congressional Convention on the first Monday of April. The 14th of that month id recommended na the time of meet ing; and each convention is to elect a dele gate and substitute to the National Conven tion. A mxss State Convention for the no mination of a Stato ticket and the Presiden tial electors is to be held after the National Convention. The committee, in their ad dress, remark: "This d ay, four years ago, the ball was set in motion at Philadelphia that ended in tho triumph of tho Whig cause in the last Pros- identhd election. Our prosects areas bright! now as they were then, if the elements of ; success bo only properly put iu motion. A Whig President was elected in '43 w ithout : the help of Ohio; and in this State we should learn wisdom in the ensuing contest from the eondnct of our opponents after the election I of 1840, who, though beaten as badly then ; a...

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. — 5 March 1852

Take Notice. A IX persons indebted to the undersigned, ei ther at his Store in town, or in Sweet watel Valley, are earnestly requested to tall ami st lit all open account for ISM, by Note or Caidi; all debt of longer standing by early pay ments; so that the expense of collection may be avoided. The highest price will bo given for Corn, "Wheat, Out.-, Feather, Ac. A. ilckELDIN. Athens, Jan. 0. 1 8 o2 tf 173 Notice. ALL jicr'ons are hereby notified not to trade for an obligation executed by me to AS il liam Yearwood for three hundred bushels of Corn, dated in the Fall of 188U, as the bamo Las boea fully paid by nu.. .Tan. 30. 1S53 ",t 1'" To Stock Drovers. THE subscriber linn prepared lots in the im mediate vieinitv of the Railroad, a short distance from the Depot, and can accommo date Stock Drivers to any extent and upon reasonable term His residence, Oak-Grove House, is within convenient distance, where he is prepared to entertain all who may cull on him with the best tho country al...

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. — 19 March 1852

i a nn BY SAM. P. IVLNS. ATHENS, TENN., FKIDAY, MARCH 19, 1852. YOL. IV.-NO. 182. HENS JL 051:. TERMS: . THE POST U published every Friday at l n.. v.ir nnvnhli; ill advtince. Of 83. if lUV- am? aV T v. f ' i fc meat u delayed until the expiration of the Advertisements will Te charged $1 per ..... I 1L. 2 square or 12 Uues, or ie, ior uiuumuutcr tion, and 25 cents for each continuance. A 1-1 1 .1. ..1. mn.ld ti thlMA vhll JldvprtigP 1 IK I a 1 uwiuiin'" by the year. Persons Bending advertisements must ntart tne nuraoer i uwa mcj unut them inserted, or they will continue until for lid and charged accordingly. For announcing the names of candidate for office, $8, Cash. ' i- w...v annti a Piimrililt. Minutes. Cir 1, V. J 1 eulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in a neut and wornmanim manner, nlilit tetlils. AH letten addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly auenucu w. Persons at a dlstauce sending m the names of four solvent subscribers, will D euuuoa t...

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. — 19 March 1852

$ - viOfo? ATHENS POST. S. T. IVJXS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS. i a year, payable in advance, or $3 at the expiration of the year. 3f A"o paper discontinued nntil arrearges are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. Eur announcing the names of candidate! for o$iee 3, Cash. Athens, FHday, MawhlM852. 'Sf Always read the advertisements, and remember tlin.se who advertise are always ready and willing to wait upon customers, and what U bettor, sell cheap. 57" The brig Prentice has arrived at Bos ton with nil the Cuban prisoners. j-T" The Democrats were successful at the late election in New Hampshire. . Advertising.-The "Athens Post" has a large circulation in the counties of MeMinn, Monroe, Bradley nnd Polk - four among the most densely populated nnd wcilthy counties in East Tennessee with a pretty smart tprinkle in Ilhen, Roane, Meigs, and Knox. Merchants, Commission Houses, Hotel Keep era, nnd others in the South, would find it greatly to their advantage to advertise in our c...

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. — 19 March 1852

ONE OF TUG G'HALS. Almost a dud took place at tlio Northern Hotel, in Cortland street, a few days since. Among the guests at the dinner table, was a lady ul;iir and forty," who had lately returned from the golden shores of the Pacific, aud the conversation turning upon the late) "Woman's Right's" movement, the lady took an active part in the discussion. She did not think it was woiiiiii'a only duty '"to lovo her lord with all her heart, arid tho baby as herself, and to bake pood broad," and after dilating at Homo length on the wrongs of tho sex, she mado various statements concerning tho state of the question in California. A gentleman on the opposite side of the table ((iictioned the correctness of some of the statements the lady reiterated her previous assertions, and her opponent retorted by intimating in plain terms that she was telling falsehoods. Tho blood of all the .McGregors" was in tho lady's face as she left the room in a great hurry, and to return with a hraco of pistols...

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 March 1852

Forest Hill Academy,- ATHENS, TENNESSEE, WILL commence its Spring and Summer Session on Monday, the 1st of March next, under the supervision of Rev. S. Church, A.B., an 1 Lady. . Terms, per Session : Spelling Reading, Writing and Mental Arithmetic, , 5'00 Written Arithmctie.English Grammar, Geography, and the above, 8,00 Latin,Greek, Hebrew, French and Ital ian Languages, the Higher Mathematics, Mental and Moral Sciences, Ac, Ac, 10,00 Painting in Oil and Water Colors, Lith ograph, Mezzotint, Ac. Extra, 10,00 Embroidery, Wax Flowers and Fruit, 6,00 Each student will be required to present to the Prinoipal a Ticket of Admission, before entering upon the studies of the session. . Mr. Robert N. McEwen has been appointed and duly commissioned by the Board of Trus tees, to furnish Tickets and receive the Tuition. Studonts can purchase Tickets for a whole or half Session, as may suit their convenience, but no scholar will be received for less than a half session. And the Trustees earnestl...

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. — 26 March 1852

TORN PAGES is s turn nniririm a nrnoriEnM BY SAM. P. HISS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1852. VOL. IV.-KO. LS iS POST. TERMS: THE POST is published every Friday at 11 per year, payable in advance, or 83, if pay ment i delayed until the expiration of the Tear. Aiiveiitisemknts will bo charged ?1 per square, of 1:2 lines, or less, for tlie first inser tion, and 25 cents for each continuance. A iberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisement must mark the number of tiimn they desire them inserted, or they will continue until for bid and charged accordingly. For nnnoiinein,; the names of candidates for office, !!, Cash. Jou Vukk, sueh ns Pamphlets, Minnies, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in n neat ami workmanlike manner, nt short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post ftaiiC-wiff'be promptly attended to. Persons nt a distance sending us the names of four solvent subscribers, wi...

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. — 26 March 1852

V ATHENS POST. S.I 1VIXS, KDITOIl AXP I-liUiUMKTOK. TJl'KMS.-! a year, jwatdc in advance, or unang ejjiee $ o, Cash. Athens, Friday, March 28, 1S52. "T-?" Always read llio advertisements, mid remember those who advertise arc always ready ami willing to wait upon customers, und what is better, sell chkai-. BAi.TiM.niK, March 17. The British steam Bliip Niagara, from Liverpool, has arrived at Halifax. Cotton in the Liverpool market had advanced an eighth of n penny. A tremendous snow storm is now racing in New York, l'hiladelpiiia, and Baltimore. Nr?w Ohleajss. March 17. -Advices have been just received here, which statu thai Cnrnvajal had linen captured by Gen. Harney, and brought prisoner to Brownsville. The l'riefl Current of this looming makes the increase of tin receipts of Cotton at all the Southern Ports to he 31 1.000 bales. Boi-ntv Lanu WARiiAjilr-Thebill "ink ing Bounty Land Warrants assignable has passed both Houses of Congress. Attention is particularly invited to the new ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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