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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 June 1853

TORN PAGES i THE PROGRESS OP RUSSIA IN ASIA; SHALL THE WORLD BECOME COS SACK? A pime of cltcs In now being played on which the eyes of thinking n-en uro anxious ly tixed. The combatants uro the two grot test powers of Europe, tlie board the conti nent ut' Asia, and the stake tlie sovereignty of soma four or live hundred millions of souls. It was commenced long since, but thus far fortune has hardly shown tin v de- cided preference to either side. On both, ! unimportant successes have been followed by r trivial cheeks, ami the shrewdest observer could not have foreseen u few months iiffo to which victory would lean. Neither hail ven tured on a direct attack. The shock of war was yet to come, mid the skill of both was 'absorbed in preparing fur its advent. England had ellectually crushed the native ribeson tho northeastern frontier of her Eas tern possessions. Her troops had overrun Cabul,aud a picked lorce occupied tho iieili. berhood of I'cshawcr. An occasional ren contro with the i...

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. — 17 June 1853

TORN PAGES SS'ft CHERRY PECTORAL Far iha Cars of COrGIIS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS, WH00PI.VG-C01GH, CBOCP, ASTHMA, AXD C0SOIPTI0.. TO euro n Cold, wmi lie.i.iaeho and Sore ness of the Ho'lv, take tlie Cherry Pec toral on going to beJ, nnd wrap up warm, to went dining I lie night. Fur Cold asiiCoiwi, take it morning, noon and evening, according to directions on the bottle, ami I lie difficulty will noon lie removed. None will long sillier from this trouble wlion tliev find it can lie so readily cured. Persons afflicted with n Heated cough, whieh breaks them of their rest at night, will find, liy taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to tM,'v may ho sure of sound, utiliroken sleep, nnd consequently refreshing rest. Great relief froia suffering, and nil nil imnte cure, is afford ed to thousands who nro thus alllictcd, hy this invaluable remedy. From its ngrecnhla effeet in these eases, many tind themselves unwilling to forego its Use when the necessity fur it has ceased. From two 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. — 24 June 1853

BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: "tllE POST is published every Friday at 2 per year, payable in advance, or 13, if pay tnent is delayed until the expiration of the Vear. Advutismcnts will be charged $1 per Square of 13 lines, or lean, for the first inser tion, and 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements bust mark the number of times they desire tb.era inserted, or they will continue until for bid and charged accordingly. For announcing the names of eindidates for tflrc, t3, Cash. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, tc., will be Executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, it short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post aid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sending us the names 'of four solvent subscribers, will be entitled to a fifth copy gratis. No communication inserted unless accoru !paui6d by the name of the a...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 June 1853

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IV INS, KMTOIt AND I'KOI'KI K'loll. TJCK.US. J'J a year, payable in advance, or $3 at the expiration of the year. IJT A'o paper discontinued until arrearres are paid, except at the option of the J'nhlisher. For announcing the names 0 candidate for oficefi, Calk FOIl OOVKKSOK, GUSTAVUS. A. HENRY, OF MO.NTUONEUY. FOR COXfiRKiM, T. NIXON VAN DYKE, OF m'.MINN. ii JyZn 4 rji85 3. We havo mado every enquiry nnd search and are unable to comply with the re quest of our friend at Knoxvillc. J3?"Scveral communications received, and will be attended 'to next week. gjgF" In another column will l-o found a communication, on the subject of the Tem perance cnuse, which wc copy from the "Hul ston Christian Advocate," ly request. The DitomniT. Accounts of the drought continue to reach us frum almo.st nil parts of the country. Portions of our own county havo been favored with fine showers within the last eight days. . The Kno.xvillo Jtcgister learns "Hint the Convention which met i...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 June 1853

T r TORN PAGES T FOREIGN. RussiA.-Dispatclies, purporting to be from Kulisli, state that the millitary cntnp goner illy formed during the srinj,', near Warsaw, had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the state of affairs at Constantinople, and the van of tho southern army of 100,000 men had received orders to approach the Turkish fron tiers. Letters from lassy also state the Rus sian military preparations were continued on an extensive scale. A permanent bridge is in course of erect jpn over the River Pruth. A dc3atch from Odessa, 23, says: "I'rincs MenscTKoft' arrived this morning from Con stantinople. Tho rest of tho embassy arc expected within three days." Turkey.- It is now ollieially announced that all further negotiations between Prince MenschikofT and tho Porte had been broken off, and on tho 22(1, the Prince took his depart ure from Oonstantinoplo for Odessa. The Ambassadors of Franco und Rutland, and tho Ministers ot Prussia and Austria had pre viously agreed to make a jo...

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 June 1853

TORN PAGES 1 -v CHERRY PECTORAL Fur lb Car of corcns, colds, iioarsexess, BsoaicniTis, wnooriNG-cocGH, ' CBOCP, ASTHMA. AND CONSOIPTION. TO cure ft i u..i, .. .in iiu ....i.'lio ami Sore ness uf the ISolv, take the Cherry Pec toral on going to bed, and wrap up warm, to went during the, night. For a Colo and Uni on, take it morning, noun and evening, according to directions on the bottle, and the difficulty will noon be removed. None will long sulfur from this trouble when they find it can be to readily cured. Persons afflicted with a seated cough, which breaks them of their rest at night, will find, by taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to bed, they may be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, and consequently refreshing rest. Great relief from suffering, and an ultimate cure, is afford ed to thousands who are thus alllictcd, by this invaluable rcuieily. From its agreeable effect in thee cases many find themselves unwilling to forego its use when the necessity for it hus censed. From two ...

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. — 22 July 1853

f 111 f 111 WL BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1853. VOL. V.-JW. 252. 5 TERMS: THE POST Is published every Friday at $3 per year, payable in advance, or?3, if pay mcnt is delayed until the expiration of the year. Advertisements will be charged f 1 per square of 12 line, or lean, for the first inser tion, and 2S cents for each continuance. A liberal 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 for bid and charged accordingly. For announcing the names of candidates for (office, 3, Cash. (Ion Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, fet short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to tho Proprietor, post paid, will bo promptly attended to. Persons at n distance sending us the names f four sol vent subscribers, will bo entitled to 1a 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. — 22 July 1853

X ATHENS rOST. 8. IMVIXS. KM'I'oU AND PUUl'KI KTUK. TKi.VS. ti a w-nr, pniftUe in admttce or $ !i rt th' expiration nf the tnvr. A" fftji'-rtlttfoutittitt't until arrrttrtfit are pat Jt rxct jit at the option of the 'ttJixh'-r. for iiHtt'tHHctitg the namca of candidal s fr o'AVe Cash, run ;ovi;i:NiHi, CUST.UTS A. HKXRY, OF MONTOOMUKV. I'd P. CUNlll'.lH-s, T. NIXON VANDYKE, OF M'miNN. "Ailipnsrrriday, July 22, J 853." J-t?Thc communication on "New spapers'' crowded out this week. i-f"B:ookins Campbell, Esq., has an flounced himself us the Democratic candidate for Congress in the first district, UaIn. A very heavy rain lull here on Inst Tuesday evening .1 real old-fashioned drenching rain, accompanied with a magnifi cent display of electricity. From the- direr, tion iiml extent of the cloud, it must' have extended over a largo portion of the county. Ci'iU.d. We have seen, within n lew days, several specimens of gold, found in an ad joining county. There is no mistake about it the rich...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 July 1853

1 IIoitiuiiLE Murttinn.A few days aoo n horrible murder was committed in Kamnuras ka, L. C. Thu facts arc' narrated ns follows, in ii letter from Kiiiiiouraskn, dated tlio 3il inst., published in tlio Journal do Quebec of Tuesday last : "The other day an individual by the; name of I'ullutier providied a quarrel with his lath- W "'J '1,1U last n:l,"L't' w'"' 11 's aail Jft 11 very irritable temjier, proposed a deilvfiolit, ' vvdiicli, as he h:iM, both par ties ifflould be destroyed, so as to put an end to all the dissensions whieh had existed for o Ion;,' n time between Ihein. 1'elletier, without hesitation, seized Lebcl by the cravat, nnd armed with u very shurp-pointed knife, inflicted on hint twenty four wounds. Li bel implored his pardon, coul'ess'uiir his bad treat ment of the prisoner; but the murderer paid no attention to his words, and with savage joy, replied 'Yuit shall die ns you deserve it, ns ado;;! Recommend "your soul to (lod," andro.'otumenecd hisnttaek. Exhausted, ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 July 1853

The World's Fair in Athens ! When yon hoar the Whistle look out for the Engine ! McSPADDEN & HORTON, ARE liappy tn inform tlnii- ffion.l." ntiil the . n I. lie- generally, ami the I,nlivi particu larly, that their largo and well selected stock of SPRING AND SIMMER GOODS! is now complete. Their stock consists in part of Cloth'), Cussiineres, Satins, Silks, Vestings, Tweeds, Krniinc Cloths, Fancy Satinets, Drap d'Etn, Muttleil Cmsimeres, Persian Cloths, Iterate tie Laines, Shalla de Lames, Mouse dc Laines, Figured liaragcs, Silk Poplins, Corded Muslins, Victoria Lawns, India Lawns, Al paecas, Mohair Lustre. Orleans Cloths, Jaco nets, Swiss Muslins, Laces, Edgings, Ribbons, Press Trimmings, l'rints of everv variety und price. Cotton and Silk Iblkfs, Linen Camb'c lldkt's, York I'amlets, Cottonudes, TiekiiiL's, Hosiery, (Moves. A verv superior stock of REAhY-MAHE Cl.otlflXa, for Spring and .Summer. Also, a superior stock of HOOTS AM) SHOES, Hardware and Cutlery, together with the lat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 29 July 1853

( r t i n iti' mmtvi 4 I KWXsM 4 BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1851 VOL. V.-NO. 253. TERMS: , THE POST is published every Friday at perrear, payable in advance, or 3, if pay ment u delayed until the expiration of the Advkrtisiciiknts will be charged (1 per Iquare of 12 lines, of lew, for the first inser tion, and 23 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements roust mark the number or times they desire tnem inserted, ortnoy will continue until Ior bid and charged accordingly. -r announcing the names of candidates for bnice, fS, Cash. Job Work, such as Pamphlets. Minnies. Cir- ftl'trs; Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac., will be executed in a neat ana workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will ue promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sending us the names pf four solvent subscribers, will be entitled to a fifth oopy ...

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. — 29 July 1853

ATHENS POST. 8. Y. 1 YIN'S. KMTolt AN D PitoriMETOK. TL'iMS. a year, payable in adeanct, or t'J at the rxplratiiiH uf the i'rar. "iftrr ilitroiitiititrj until arrearye Ore paid, except at Hie option of the Publuher. J-'or aitiiomici.tj t.'u Haute vf candidate! fur oiee Cah. Foil (iOVKKNOK. CUSTAVUS A. HENRY, OF MONTGOMERY. for congress, T. NIXON VAN DYKE, OF lu'.lllJtS. Alliens, Friday, July 29, 1853. Religious NoTirE. The Rt. Rev. J. II. Otey, D. D., Bishop of Tennessee, will by Divino permission, preach nt the Christian Church in this town, on Tuesday, August Id, at 6 o'clock, P. M., and on Wednesday, the 3d, at 1(H A. M. Election Tickets. Our friends nro re quested to call at the printing olfieo and get the tickets for the different civil districts. Joint Rei-uesestative. We understand the candidates for Joint Representative pro pose to address tho people, nt tho Court house in Alliens, on Monday next. Election Returns. Wo earnestly re quest our friends in the different counties,...

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

Horrible Death from Poisos.-Two men in Illinois, near Jjicoii, came to a terrible ticnth last week. A companion liad stolen a bottle of liquor, as be supposed, which ho finnded them for a treat Thoy both drank of it in such lissto that its pungency and deadly power wero not discovered until too Into to avert the evil. It turned out to be ni. trie acid, diluted in ruin, water, fund to have been procured for purposes of galvanizing. But a niomcnt elapsed before they fell to tho tearth overwhelmed with tho most intense and excruciating pain. They rolled and tuinlt led, and clawed their faces and the earth with their hands, indicating by the contor tions of their bodies and groaning nil that hjfony which would ensue if they had swal lowed red-hot coals. Dentil soon ensued, i A similar ntfair occurred on board a steam .boat on the Ohio river, near Louisville, a few days ago. Several of the ercw tapped n cssk of whiskey, s they supposed, in the hold of the boat, and drank freely. Two of t...

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 July 1853

Clear Spring English School. THE Third Session of this School will com mence on Monday, the 11th July next. Terms, per Scttion of Five Months, payable mi the close of the Session : Spelling, Reading slid Writing, $5,00 Geography, Arithmetic, English Gram mar, and the above, 7,00 .Natural, Moral and Intellectual Phi losophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, Logic, Rhetoric, Geology, Mineralogy, and a course of Mathematics, embracing Alge bra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Mensura tion of Surfaces and Solids, the Principles of Navigation, and Theory and Practice of Surveying, with the above, 10,00 Book Keeping by Single Entry, extra, 2,00 " " Double ' " 4,00 Tuition charged from the time the student enters School till the close of the session, and no deduction made for lost time except in case of sickness or other providential hindrance. Hoarding can be had in good families within a mile of the School at $1 per week, and sever al comfortable cabins have been fitted up at the place for the accommodatio...

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 August 1853

. ATHENS, TEM., "FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1853. BY SAM. P. IVINS. VOL. V.-SO. 255. TERMS: TITE POST is published every Friday at $2 per year, payable in advance, or 8S, if par Incut is delayed until the expiration of the year. AnvunniEMEXTs will be charged $1 per kquareof 12 linen, or less, for tlie firat inser tion, ami 25 cents for eiieli continunnce. A liberal deduct ion made to those who advertise by the year. Fersoiisscndinir advertisements Kiust murk 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, :t. Cash. Jon Wohk, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir liulHM; Hards, Blanks, Hamlbills, Ac, will be executed in a neat and workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on rcasohnblo terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sending us the names of four sol vent subscribers, will be entitled to a fifth copy gratis. No c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 August 1853

' ATHENS POST. S. p. IVINd, EDITOR AND I'ltOI'KIKTOR. TERMS. tl a year, payable in advance, or f 3 at the expiration of the year. Xo paper discontinued until arrearget are paid, except at the option of the PublMer. For announcing the namet of candidattt for office i3, Cath, Athens, Friday, August IS, 1853. 07" The communication signed "II." did not reach us until Thursdny morning too late for this week. It shall appear in our next 55T" The Circuit Court, which has locn in session since the 8th, adjourned to day. We understand that his Honor, Judge Keith, made known his determination, during the session of the Court, to resign and retire from the position which he has so long and so ably and faithfully filled, after the Sep. tember term for Bradley county. Election Returns. We omit our clec- tion tables this week, as the returns are not full and complete the counties of Wayne, Overton, and Jackson, in Middle Tennessee, and Obion and Tipton, in the Western Dis t !!. y..f to hear from....

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 August 1853

I PARTIES IN NEW YORK. The New York Heraltj of tlielOth thus closes an article upon the prospects of par lies in the Empire State: We have our fears that a slorm is brewing which will end in the destruction of the in vincible and overwhelming New York demo cracy of 1853. The bitter hostilities exist. ing between the Argus and the Atasnre omi nous of .n.deudly feud. The same thing is betrayStl in the amusing ferocity of the two democratic Dromios of this city, and we np prehentl that any attempt to sink there quar rel by sinking them in a new democratic or cran, will be a failure, a melancholy failure. The spoils have been divided, and they liavc not gone nil round. Worse than this the Old Gunrd," the old hunkers, the old stand bys of the party, who expected the lion's share, have been unceremoniously cut short at a sido table, with the small pickings of the jackal. There's the danger, if (Jen. I'ierco had fifty millions mure of public plunder he might keep the party together. But he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 August 1853

Clear Spring Englis'! School. ri iHK Third Sosi.)ii of tliU S.-hool will com 1 meiiee on Momlny, i lie 1 Hli July nest. 'Am; prr fe!on of Fire Month), puiiuble at titf eiitxe in iitr nrvnn the clone it' the Sen' ion Mtx.llin.' UeudiiiL' ami Writing, (iiMK'mnliv. Arithmetic, English Gram mar, iiml theuhove, . Natural, Moral nnJ Intellectual Phi insophv, Chemistry, Astronomy, Loirie, i.h.'torie, Oeolou'V, Mineralogy, and a 'nurse of Mathematics, ciiil.i ii.-iim Alge bra, Oenmetry, Trigonometry, Meniurn- mi of Surfaces mid Solids, tin- 1'iiiioiple ..f Vnvi-'ntimi. mid Theory and Practice ,oo of Survevinir. with the above, l'V'O Took Keeping bvSimrle Entry, extra, 2, on i Tuition ehnr.'rd from the time the student enters School till the close of the session, and no deduction minle for lost tinii.' oeepl in case . f -ickness or other providential hindrance. ' li.cirling enn he hii'l in srond families within n mile of the School nt l per wee!;, u-id sever- ! comfortable cabins have '.ecu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 September 1853

TORN PAGES BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1853. VOL. V.-NO. 258. t TERMS: THE POST is published every Friilny nt per year, payable in advance, or 3, if in fneiit la deluyed uutil the expiration of I BV- the year. Advertisements will be charged tl pet square of 12 lines, or lei, for the first inser t ion, and 25 cents for eneh eontinuance. A liberal deduction innde to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them insertedi or they will continue until for bid and climbed accordingly. l'r announcing the names of candidates for ofl'ice, $3, Cash. Job Work, such ns Pamphlets, Minutes, fir Uulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in a nent. and workmanlike manner, t short notice, nnd on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sending ns the names nf four solvent subscribers, will be entitled to U fifth copy gru...

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

4 "ATHENS POST 8.iivins. editor and I'Koi'Uiiaon. 77:'A'.l.'. il a .near, miiaMe in aJcanet, or $ It (i Mr esjitrtiti")t of the t;tr. fj?" A'o iinmrdiwontiumd until arrfarae an except at th? nation of thr 1'ttlilislnr. i 'cr announcing the name of cniultdatcB for j ojier C'uA. Mens, Friday, Sept. 2, 1853. 1 Our Paper. We this week present ourj readers with tlic "Post"' upon n much fairer j nrticlc of paper than we have heretofore been j Using, and we think it will now compare fit- j vurablv. in point of nieehanieal execution at j least, with any journal in the State. The paper is the first of a lot manufactured ex pressly for this office ly Mr. Geo. 1'. Ensign, of the Marietta Mill,G:i.,to whom we commend our eotemporarics w ho wish to obtain a supe rior article of paper at a reasonable price. JtT Circuit Court for Bradley Bounty con venes nt Cleveland next Monday the 5th inst. A full nttor.da'iee of those indebt ed to this ollice is requested, as there will be business of importanc...

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