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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 29 April 1853

r A THRILLING SCENE. . The ship Trade Wind, which took lire on her passage from New York to San Francisco, had among her passengers, eight Missionaries and their families, sent out to California uud Oregon, by the Home Missionnry Society. One of them writes home the following de scription of the scene on board : On the morning of the twenty-first duy of our passage, when in Int. 1 deg. 14 miti., and long. 33 deg. 33 mill., one of the sailors came running to the ollicer on the quarter deck, crying out, "The stiip is on lire!" This olli cer went forward, and saw the smoke coming out of the chain tuckers and crevices ot the deck. He ordered the force pump to be manned, and went back to the cabin, whero Capt. VV. and the passengers were at break fast He communicated the fact to the Cap tain, and they both left without any suspicions being excited as to the cause. Alter break fast I went upon deck, and the unusual stir OD the forcastle attracting my attention, I west forward, and soon le...

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. — 29 April 1853

GREAT BARGAINS! f"MIE subscriber is beginning to receive (up JL jlit3 of Spring and Summer M E R C II A N D I S E. He will fell VERY LOW for prompt pay, and will take in exchange any PRODUCE that he can sell again, lie will keep STRICTLY A CASH STORE, for those who have Cash to par for their Goods, and will sell such BARGAINS as can not fail to please. lie will positively not suffer himself to be UNDERSOLD by any House in Etti Tennessee, He would invite the Ladies particularly to call and furnish themselves with the nicest and most beautiful BONNETS. Just received 60 copies of that splendid Music Boot, the Harp of Columbia. Athens, April 8, '53. (). HOUSE. V. S. If you want No. 1 Coffee, here it is. For Spring & Summer Trade I Staple and Fancy Dry Goods ! S. K. R E E D E R, It now receiving nnd opening his New Goods, and can assure his friends that ho luu never purchased a .Spring block so attrac tive. He would call particular attention to his assort men t of RICH DRESS GOODS! r...

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. — 6 May 1853

r. ATHENS, TEffl, FRIDAY, MAY 0, 1853. VOL. V.HJO. 241. BY SAM. P. IVINS. m If If y n -. V TERMS: THE POST is published every Friday at 2 per year, payable in advance, or $3, if pay ment is delayed until the expiration of the year. . . Advertisemcnts will be charged f 1 per square of 12 lines, or less, for the hrst inser tion, and 25 cenU for each continuanee. A tiberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will continue until lor bid and eharved accordingly. For announcing the names of candidates for Office, $3, Cash. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir- ttulars, Cards, Wanks, Handbills, ., win oe xeouted in a neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons nt a distance sending us the names of four solvent subscribers, will be entitled to k fifth copy grati...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 May 1853

r J tvv ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVINS. EDITOR AND PUOl'KIETUR. TERMS. '2 a year, payable in advance, or $3 at the expiration of the year. O?" A'o paptr ditcontinnrd until arrearget are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. For announcing the names of candidate for office'i, Cask. fur governor, GUSTAVUS A. HENRY, OF MONTGOMERY. Athens, Friday, May 6, 1853. Circuit Court for Monroe county meets at Madisonvillo next Monday, the 9th. tlT" John II. Dobson, Esq., of Polk coun ty, has requested us to withdraw his name from the li.it as a candidate for Joint Ropre Bcntativo. This loaves but two candidates in the field Dr. Jno. M. Lillard, of Meigs, and Jno. B. Hoyl, Esq., of Polk. Convention. The Democratic Convention which assembled at this place on Monday last for the purpose of nominating candidates for tho State Senate and for Joint Represen tative, dissolved, we have been informed, without effecting the object Tor winch mnxx' pi continent The called together. s: y. .ave .,;,. vom.' c...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 May 1853

0 J From th Nashv.ll American of th S8th. THE STATE CONVENTION. Thi body met at the Court House yester day morning. The meeting was called to or der by Mnj. W. P. Davis, of Marshall. J. C. Ramiey, Esq., of Knox, from the committee appointed at the preliminary meet ing on the preceding evening to nominate of ficers of the Convention, made a report,' re commending the following officers; which re port was accepted, and the Dominations con firmed. President Hon.E W. M. Kino, of Mem. phis. Vict Presidents, John Jarnigan, of An derson, R. M. Edwards, or Bradley, W. E. Venable,of Franklin, W. Overton, of Mont gomery, VV. J. Whithorne, of Bedford, J. E. K. Ray, of Wenklev, A. Campbell, Madison. Secretaries, V. P. Hurley, of Knox, E. G. Eastman, and J. L. Marling, of Davidson, M. V. B. Hale, of Sumner, W. B. Decry, of Franklin, W. I. Crandull, of Hamilton, L. J, r axon, of Clarksville. On motion of Mr. Howard, of Wilson, a committee was appointed by the chuir to draft resolutions for the co...

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. — 6 May 1853

GREAT BARGAINS! fPHE subscriber is beginningto receive siip JL plies of Spring and Summer M E R C II A N D I S E. lie will sell VERY LOW f..r prompt pity, nd will take in exchange nuv PRODUCE that be cnn sell ngiiiu. lie wilt keep STRICTLY A CASH STORE, or those who have Cash to pay for their Goods, mid will sell such BARGAINS as can not fail to pleose. lit will positively not suffer himself to be U I) E It S O l) y any House in Knit Tennessee. He would invite the Ladies particularly to all and furnish themselves with the nicest and moat beautiful BOX N ETS. .lust received 60 copies of that splendid Music JliHik, the Harp of Columbia. Athens, April 8, '53. G. HORNE. 1'. S. If you want. No. 1 Colfee, here it is. For Spring & Summer Trade ! Staple and Fancy Dry Goods ! S. IC. It E E D E R, IS now receiving and opening his New Goods, and can assure his friends that he lias never purchased a Spring stock so attrac tive. He would call particular attention to his assortment of RICH DR...

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. — 13 May 1853

ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, MY 13, 1853. VOL. Y.-NO. 212. BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS : THE POST ! published every Friday at (2 per jear, payable in advance, or f 3, if pay ment la delayed until the expiration of the Jrear. ADVinTisiMK-rrs will be charged tl per square of 12 lines, or less, for t lie first inser tion, and S3 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements tnust mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will continue until for bid and charged accordingly. For announcing the names of candidates for mo, Cash. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Hundbills, te., will be tjxecuted in a neat and workmanlike manner, At short notice, and on reasonable terms. A 11 retters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sending us the names of four solvent subscribers, will b entitled to a fifth copy gratia. No communication ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 May 1853

1 ATHENS POST. 8. P. IYINS. EDITOR ASi PKOI'UIETOR. TERMS. $2 a ytar, payable in advance, or $3 at the expiration of the year. fcT" A'o paper discontinued until arrearges are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. for announcing the name of candidate for officers. Cask, FOR GOVERNOR, GUSTAVUS A. HENRY, OF HOilTCOMERT.. .. FOR CONGRESS, T. NIXON VAN DYKE, or m'minn. Athens, Friday, Alaj 13, 1853. CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS. We today plnco the name of T. Nixon Van Dyke, Esq. at the head of our columnt as tho Whig Candidate for Congress in the Third Congressional District. In making the announcement it is proper we should ro innrk, that this position is not of Mr. Van Dyke's own seeking, but is the result of a yielding of his own wishes and inclinations to the solicitations of prominent and influ ential Whigs in different parts of the District It is known to our friends generally that a Convention was held at this place on the 8th day of April, which nominated, with great unanimity, ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 May 1853

7 N I AN INFERNAL RETORT. Somebody, to the writer of this unknown tells a jdke that mar be worth printing, even after making a reasonable deduction for the risk of its being old. Ia a small town in one of the counties of ' Ohio. strancrer rode up to the door of tavern and having dismounted, ordered a stall and oats for his horse. A crowd of loafers that class of independent citizens who are never equal to decent men except on election day swarmed about the bar room door and steps, waiting to be invited opto the counter. Among this crowd the stranger's business waa at once a subject of impertinent specula tion. One fellow, more impudent than the rest, made free to inquire of the traveler what occupation he followed; to which the latter replied that his business was a secret for the present, but that he would probably make it known before leaving town. Having spent a day or two looking round, Visiting the places where whiskey was sold, and making various inquiries as to the amount ret...

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 May 1853

CHERRY PECTORAL Far the Lure f corcns, colds, hoarseness, BROaCDITIS, M DOOPING-COCGU, CROIP, ASTHMA, AXD CONSUMPTION. r1lQ cure a CoM, with Headache nnd Sore 1 ni'M if the Hod v. take the Cherrv Pec turitl on going ta beil, and wrap Up warm, to (went during the Iiignt. For ft Cold and Cucuii. take it morning, noon ninl evening, acooi-i i nn to directions on tho bottle, ami tho difficulty will soon be removed, Nono will Ion;; suitor from this trouble when they find it can bo so readily cured. Pontons afflicted with ft seated cough, which breaka them of their rest nt night, will find, by taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to veil, they mi v be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, and consequently refreshing vest. Greut relief from suffering, mid nil ultimate cure, is afford cd to thousands who arc thus afflicted, by this iiivaliuilile remedy. From its agreeable, cflTeet in these cases. ninny find themselves unwilling to forego its use when the necessity lor it hns ceased. From two eminent...

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 May 1853

BY SML P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEffl., FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1853. VOL. V.-NO. 214. TERMS: TIIE POST is published Vry Friday at 92 peryear, payable in advance, or 3, if pay ment is delayed until the expiration of the year. Advertisements will be charged per square of 11 lines, or less, for the first inser tion, and 35 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements tnust mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will continue until for bid and charged accordingly. For Announcing the names of candidates for Office, 3, Cash. Job Wobk, su.cn As Pnmphlets, Minutes, Cir "eiilnrn, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, tc, 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 be promptly attended to. Persons at a distance Bunding? us the names of fonr solvent subscribers, will be entitled to 'a fifth oopy gratis. No eninmunioitt...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 May 1853

V) V ATHENS POST. 8. P. IV1NS. EDITOH ASI PKOI'KIKl'dR. Th'KifS. ti a year, payable in advance, or $3 at the expiration of the year. ty A'o paper diteontinued until arreaae$ are paid, except at the option of the Publither. for announcing the namet of tandidatet for aficti'i, Cash. FOR COVEKXOR, GUSTAVUS A. HENRY, Or MONTGOMERY FOR CONGRESS, T. NIXON VAN DYKE, of m'mihh. Athens, Friday, Mar ?7, 1853. Appointments roR Governor. in nno- thor part of our paper will bo found a list of joint appointments, by Hon. Andrew John son and Maj. G. A. Henry, embracing Mid. die and West Tennessee commencing at Spnrtn on Wednesday, the 1st June, and ter. ruinating at Livingston, 9th July. The ap pointments for East Tennessee, we learn, will be published in a short time. The Academy. We understand that ontract has been made with Mr. Steed and Mr. Clark, of Loudon, to put up the Acade my buildings at this place. The contractors are enterprising men, and are to complete the work by the 1st September. ...

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. — 27 May 1853

INTERESTING STATISTICS. Ao article in a late number of the New York Post presents the following very inter- eating statistics, cotnpllcd from an appendix to a report of the Secretary of the Treasury to the L. S. Senate, on the Colonial and Lake trade of the U. States : Our average import from 1821 to 1826, specie included, were 80,878,848; from 1848 to 185 J they were $181,966,579, showing that they have more than doubled in thirty years. Our average imports from 1821 to 1826 were 69.439,785, and from 1848 to 1852, 8175,943,360. In 1821 the tonnage of . the United States was only 1,298,958 tons; in 1852 it was 4,138,441 tons, showing that tt h.is more than trebled in thirty years. Next to Ureal Britain, we have a larger tonnage than any nation in the world, and in five years, at the present rate or iucreuse, we shall sur pass Great Britain. The value of our annual products exceeds three thousand millions of dollars, of which only about 8170,000.000 are sent abroad, leaving $2,830,00...

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 May 1853

t i) 9 CHERRY PECTORAL For Ike Qure nt corGns, tolos, hoarseess, BROXCDITIS, WII00riG-f0lGU, CBOIP, ASTHMA, 1D CONSUMPTION. rpo euro ft Oolil, with Headache nml Sore .1. ness of the lio.lv, take the Cherry Pec turnl on going t uuJ- wrap up wurtu, to sweat during the nielli. For aCoi.w am t'oi iiii, take it morning, noon nml evening, nccoiding to directions on the bottle, mid tiie ditllculty will toon be removed. None will long suffer from thin trouble when they find it can be bo readily cured. Person's ntllicted with a seated cough, which breaks them of their rest Bt night, will find, by taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to bed, they may be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, and consequently refreshing rest. (I rait relief from suffering, anil an ultimate cure, is ulFord ed to thousands who are thus alllicted, by this invaluable remedy. . ' From its agroenble effect in these cases, many find themselves unwilling to forego its. use when the necessity for it has ceased. From two eminent...

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 June 1853

i 3 ,"4 i YU ATHENS, TEM., FRDAY, JUNE 3, 1853. VOL. V.-NO. 245. BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: THE POST is publiahed every Friday t 92 per veer, payable in advance, or $S, if pay ment is delayed until the expiration of the year. . . Advertisements will be charged $1 per square of 12 lines, or less, for the hrst inser tion, and 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements inust mark the number of times they desire 'hem inserted, or they will continue until ior Titrl Knit Ahnrirftd accordingly. For announcing the names of candidate for toniee, (3, C'asii. Jos Woaa, todies Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, e., will be execuUd In a neat and workmanlike manner, 'st short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post kjaid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sending us the names Yp Solvent subscribers, will be entitled to a filth copy gratis. 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 June 1853

i 7 ATHENS POST. 8. 1 I VINS. EDITUK AX I) I'itOl'liltnOK. J'A'AUX i i V'ur, payable in advance, or $ 3 a A espiratlun of the iear. CS A"i paper diKoiitinited until arrraraet are-paid, except at the option of tlie 1'uhlither. Fur anuounciiti the name of candidate for ojS3, C'aiA. rou governor. GUSTAVUS A. IIEXRT, or montookery. POU CONGRESS, T. NIXON VAN DYKE, Athens, Friday, Jane 3, 1853. IW Circuit Court for Polk county meets nt Btnton, on Monday, the 1 3th inst t3f The Athens Division, No. 200, Sons of Temperance, contemplates a celebration of the 4th of July at this place. Wo understand that the Sunday Mai) on the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad lias been suspended by order of the Depart ment. The Passenger train will continue to run as before. Blount County. We understand the ma jority for the railroad subscription in Blount is over four hundred. Hon. J.to. Bell This distinguished gen tleman nrrived iu Athens on Tuesday even ing, from Moutvale Springs, where ho had been spe...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 June 1853

J THE SOCIAL WORLD. A writer apeakin of the Social Evil of the world, the dark and repelling aspect of humanity as viewed in tho ii;,'hu of itspnst history, and tho thoolojjical dogma that man U totally depraved, Mys: But with all tho evil that has ever marred and stained tho face of the social world, it is ft hard thinif for tho aoul to feel that there exist no spark of divine lil'o no glimmer of holy li"ht, within the sanctuary of tho human fepirit. It would seem that the man Who 'could feel this, should be held as an enemy to his race, denying as he does the pure and ineffaceable image of God Which is impressed tin the inner being. To him who really loves humanity who can lock beneath its wrongs, its scars and sins who can read the Gud written language, of the inmost heart, as it is unveiled in tho hallowed sciunco of interior meditation to him there is a beauty and a E.'.iK-tity even amid the darkness of social cor ruption, which are reflections from tho ever beaming smile of th...

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 June 1853

CHERRY PECTORAL Wmr rte Car f corcns, colds, coarseness, BBOXCniTIS, WUOOPIC-fOtGU, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND - CONSUMPTION. TO cure a Cold, with Headache and Sore ness of the Rodv. take the Cherrv Pee- toral on going to bed, and wrap up warm, to went duriug the night. For a Coi.d and Coruu, t ake it morning, noon nnd evening, according to directions on the bottle, and 'he dilflculty will soon be removed. Hone will long luller from tbia trouble when they find it can be so readily cured. Persons afflicted with a seated conch, which breaki them of their rest at night, will find, by taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to led, they mar be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, and cousenucntly refreshing rest. Great relief from sufTerinif, and nn ultimate cure, is afford cd to thousands who are thus afflicted, by this invaluable remedy. From its n 'rccnlilo effect in these cases, many find themselves unwilling to forego its use when the necessity tor it has coased. From two eminent I'hysicians in . Fa...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 June 1853

ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1853. YOL. Y.-NO. 247. BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: Tl!E POST is published every Friday nt t2 per year, payable in advnnce, or f 3, if pay Ineut ! delayed until the expiration of the year. Advertiskuents will be charged $1 per Square of 12 lines, or leaf, for the firt inser tion, and 85 ccnta for each continuance. A liberal deduction mnde to those who advertise by the year. PersonMending advertisements tnust mnrlt the number of times they desire them inserted, orthey will continue until for Ibid and chnrg'd accordingly. For announcing the names of candidates for ttfnce, 3, Cash. Jon WoRK.snch as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, e will be Hxecnted in a neat and workmanlike manner, t short notice, and cn reasonable terms. AH tatters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will bo promptly attended to. Persons at a distnnoe sending us the names of four sol vent subscribers, will be entitled to a fifth eopy gratis. No communication in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 June 1853

'ft. 4 r. ATHENS FOST. S.l'.IVlNS. l-UHToi: AMI I'Uol'IU KTOIi. 'J'KH.US.i t war, pniiH- in cw'w,rdi or f3 a io expiration f i,tr. .V pnp-'r dtii'init'ttfu I luil.l ni'i'e.ir'li'g ore rxvpl nt 1'ie o;r.ia i.'lln- 'r.Hnln r. r'vr nnnnitin'iiii tkc i' vuudlJ it s fur ottice$;i, C'i'li. I'lllt (iOVIiliSon. Gl'STAVUS A. HENRY, of muntgo.iiekv. FOU t'O.Mil'.KS.-!, T. MXON VAN DYKE, OF m'MISN. Athens, Friday, June 17, 1S53. CeLEUR ATION AND DEDICATION. The Ma- Houic Fraternity are to liavo u Celebration and Dedication al Cleveland on the 2 ltli. Congressional Canvass. We had tliu pleasure on Sunday last, of hearing Mr. Van Dyke, tho Wliijf enndidnto for Congress, address the people of Polk county, nt Hen ton. His competitor having been called home liy tliu illness of his wile, Mr. Van Dyke had declined to apeak lit several of the appointments. On Monday ho read a letter from Col. Smith, .staling that, in all proba bility it would ho kiiiiiu ti mo before he would bo able to join him again,...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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