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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 March 1854

PUBLIC MEETING. On the 6l1i day of March 1854, n public meeting of the citizens of McMinn County WM held atthu Court House in Athens, when on motion of T. N. Van Dyke, William Mc Kntny Esq., was appointed Chairnian,-and Thomas Vaughan Secretary. Mr. Van Dyke in n short address explained the object of the meeting, which wns to ap point Delegates to attend the Commercial Convention, to meet at Charleston, South Carolina on the 2d Monday of April next. And on motion the Chairman appointed the following Delegates. Hon. Charles F. Keith, Wm. P. II. Mc Dermott, David Cleatrc, T. N. Van Dvke, Geo. V. Bridges, Jas. B. Taylor, Jas. Gcttys, R. C. Jackson, Edwin Atlce.'VVtn. Lowry, Sani'l II. Jordan, M. P. Jnrnngin, M. R. May, R. N. McEwin, John L. Bridges, Win. K. Keith, II. ' II. Rider, A. McKeldin, R. Fisher, Phillip Keith, A. D. Keys, Win. II. Hal lew, Urial Johnson, S. K. Rceder, I,. R. Hurst, J. W. McSpadden, C. Metcalf, L. Dodson, Win. D. Smith, J. Crawford, M. A. Phillips, F. Bnvd, J. ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 March 1854

...Vf tf Valuable Farm for Sale. Ac GAIN the subscribers offer his valuable fiirm fop sale, containim SIX HUN DRED AND FOHTV ACRES, lyin nine niMen until of Athens. Tennessee. It is situated in beautiful nnd healthy part of the country, and in full view of the inunutiuiis lie well and but little nl'ct to washing two quar ters mostly hicko'rv mulatto laud, with B-hwI buildinifHAud orchards, and several of i he best evr failing Springs, and stock water con venient on all three of the fnrni plenty of food meadow land and limestone aud goo.) tun- lsin nUon.lnnec !iSO SCN'S of Open IllllU, ' nd upwards of one hundred acres in clover. 1r,o ,.o,.im),l.. nnd title undisputed. ' f Terms or Sale. $2OH0 in hand, the tiaiance r In five annual installments, well secured, with Interest from date. CALEB SAII'llI. Feb. 3, 18.W rim 280 WAS COMMITTED to .Tail on the flth inst., one NEC! HO BOY. who calls himself by the name of Green, k niul snvs I hat he belongs to a man Randolph county, a., I'V the ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 March 1854

"V-W If f la r ll m it ' 1 . m m: L' Willi I II Uni ' 1 I. MIL HIIHTITTITniT rr--r--ri in 1 " by saw. p. lvixs. ATllEVS. TON., FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1851. VOL. YL AO. 28G. ir3iwiJwiWimtw.w TKIIMS: ti::: rovr puLii-h-d even 52 C lllt.Mll yi.ai-. miMMWliw irr-T mil m m M i.NKY ! M'AKV !! i.l.-t uiiiri'-v. in v s-n ! fiYt it horn-th.- i;' i KIVK H;Mi:) hM.AKS ULAVAKI). 'Hi UK I. ll.VVS I.ATI.R IK .M Kt."U t'K. r--. I Cui:: -nil' v.ivr.'i i 1 ii..- '-.Mi!-:. -t:..-iti.- :ir;iv..l al .-w . is .lvltt.v'.l uutil the. expii-iiti-.ii "l tli" u- . ,.:V.vtc.l Lis .-cap" i" .-litir-ly ta th- -j-J-i .t. I!.-... .!....:! wro i i-in-r. 1 !m- at ' m-m Ml,"'v '"'; M- ... , ,,...1 lt , . ,. Unknown. Jlu lln.S hll ..)!!l!llltl!lf.f -e-..ls I in- "-. I 'i' .U'lr.r.i ;-!:MKS is will ,"; tn.-..::,., ,i )-, ... . i 1'Tnrj "f 1 -i liii-j, r l""-", for t ,n--l m--r- il-prclati'.ns ill various w ai in "m A tn. .!,. ..v..i-.i! .-.ti .1.11.1 :.t -!,:;!!:;' r.-I lit .t:- ;;:,! Villi. ill- other lilt!.' tricks too t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 March 1854

ATHENS POST. S.P.1V1NS, KlUTOll AND I'UOl'Jtl KTtll. TKtMS. tl a ynr, pauahlc in advance, or $3 at the expiration of the year. t2f A'e paper dhnmtinncd until arreanje art paid, cxccjit at the option of the I'lMitltrr. Jor annauneinj the name of candidate fur jjice $5, (,'!. Athens, Friday, March IT, 1854. The favor of our Polk county cor respondent shall :ipjL-:ir next week. fSTU. W. Uuiuiits, Esq., announces himself as a candidate for Attorney Genera! in the Tliird Judicial District. Mr. Bridges is the present inciiniueni, anu was eiecieu o the Legislature four year ago. Fhist Distiuct. The only information ... . . i . , . I 1 .. : we havo from the election in the 1st Con gressional District, held on the Oth, is an en (lorsemeut on n letter envelope stating that "Taylor is elected." The Kuoxviilo Register received yesterday morning is silent on the subject. Kogeksvii.i.e Rank. We learn from the Times that the new Board of Directors of the Rogers iilu Branch of the Bank of Ten- lics...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 March 1854

PUBLIC ACTS Passed lu the General Assembly nf the State of Tennessee, for 1 853 1 85 1. An net providing for the payment of the costs in ftnits of liahens Crrpus. An net to stahlish a chancery court for the county of Cocke. Au net to establish n chancery court at Eliza- Lethtou, und for other purposed. An net to change the time of hold the chan cery court at Sparta. An act to reduce the num'ocr of Directors in the Dranehes of the Union Hank. An net to repeal the 20th section of the net of the 27lh February, 1852. An act to change the time of holding the winter term of the circuit court of the county of Carroll. An act to regulate the emancipation of slaves, nd to provide for their transportation to Liberia. An act to amend the act of 1835, ch. 11, in regard to Notaries Public. An act to protect the owners of real estate in the different cities and incorporated tutves in this State. An nut to legalize certain proceedings in the county of Humphreys. An act creating the ollice of Geolo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 March 1854

ngwmgzCTii,ii wtnuii mit -wwm aliiitbie I ai m lor Sal CAIN !h-:l.-fi!...!., . ! ' j fnrt.i f..s- .V.... IX 'iitl-:i AM' Ft Hi IT A'.::, :. r it' 8.tt H .if At!;, n . T. tm- . It r- n I), dutiful .,.! ! school Land for Sale, ( nrwiiv, WELLS & jonxm jATHENS HGTE L, LE UT YS H 0 T E L, ' The focVIulJ niu. ! r J'v..':;";::::;;;';. : ". -i ,vy. : 1 yv' y7 I w.imi. j.'ok.uiott ! cm. v.. .,s a v I tub ,;, i 3iRccir i I...H-! in : . ' ' V ' ' .. I-'- - '!!' i. .y vol.".',.' ii -:'tr.' ot i i ,tt . , 4 . ,, . ,i ,-. , ,. ;., : ,W f -A r:".:.r-.li..r.i.uM..V,n,. I AAi!;uA.,A a a.- - ; y r"::r:;..:::;. - .'"VA'A'aa " "-y-mmi:VsTV ' - :t' '"",s l.-i.! ....:,:.;::. I- . ' ,' .-' , . . ' " . , . v. .'-.. .-Ml ;. n.n-io v. -v . x--.-,.- mi . f.T f T U A K W?, V. f IV 7 PT T JP. n H '''"'' E WM". T . . . i I ' v Ji , , . ; ;... Of- ncwCf !)i-v I,'..,,,!. : im . r...-..!.!!.-:.,. .(..:... i: i.Cl. ! i ,.v j nm.Ti.,: '.'::7i,..I" '"'! ''' '" In, t, ; vim- ' j sJf i;-V,M Vi , ' ji i ,' 11 "" ' '"...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 March 1854

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1851. VOL. VL-tf 0:287. TERMS: THE TOST is published every Friday at 9 per year, payable in advance, or if pay ment is delayed until the expiration of the year. AdvkrtimcxT!i will be charged f per square of 12 linen, or leap, fur the first inser tion, and 25 ccnta for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertiae by the year. Personssendinj? advertisements must mark the number of titnea 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 Wokk,suc1i as Pamphlet, Minutea, Cir ulara, Curds, lilunkf, llun.ll.ills, Ac., will be executed in a nent mid workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly at tended to. Persona nt a distance sending us the names of four solvent subscribers, will be entitled to fifth copy gratis. No communication i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 March 1854

ATHENS, POST. 8. P. IVIKS. EDITOR AND iMtOl'RIETOR. TERMS. 1 a vear, payable in $3 at tkl expiration of the year. .. ST ff discontinued until art paid, except at the optienoi the For announcing the names of eandxdatet for ofice S, Cash. Atl.ns, Frltfaj, March U, 1854. Nmici Delegate from thi county td th Commercial Convention to bo held at Charleston, So. C on the 2d Monday o April, who design attending, re notified to ul upon Tho. Vaoghan. Esq., Secretary of the meeting, tnd procure certificate of their nfpointinenftp 3ad Dtio or Tennemie Wo ar requested to give notice that tho at Ten nessee Grand Division Bone of Temperane will meet at Madioovillc. on Thursday, tho 27th day ofAprilHext. Vo aregain compelled to atate, for the one hundred arid thirty-ninth time, that we can publish no communication whatever ; unless a responsible pnmo accompanies it. The rule is one from which we will not do part under any ci'rcwnttinccs. Hf" On our first page will be found the law in reference to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 March 1854

LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. Halifax, March 15. TheUoyal mnil steamer Arabia arrived dure tins nlternoon al li o clock, with l.ivertoul dates to Saturday, tlio 4tli inst., being one week Inter limn our previous advices. Breadstuff are dull and prices line a de clining tendency, and rates are considerably lower. Wheat is offered ata decline of 3la4d. Flour has declined 3s. mid Indian Corn Ss. Provisions Liverpool, March 3. Messrs. Gardiner's Circular tjuotes as follows: licef The market is firm, with sulci for tho week of GOO tierces. Pork Buyers of I'riuio are holding b;ick. For new Pork the market is unchanged, with a moderate business at ireviotis rates. Bacon The market is linn and unchanged, with a moderate business doiuj; at previous rates. England. Throughout groat Britain the war was quite popular, and the additional estimates fur the army ami navy were com sidered moderate. Tlte Turkish War. N'o hostilities are re. ported either on the Danube or in Asia, on account of the severe wea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 March 1854

Valuable Farm for Sale. AGAIN the subscriber olfer I) is vnluuhlo farm for file, containing ISIX Hl'N DKF.D AND FOHTV ACRES, lying nine miles outli of Athens, Tennessee. It is situated in a beautiful and healthy part of the country, nnd in full view of t lie monntinns lies well anil but little subject to w ashing two quar ters mostly hickory molatto laud, with good buildings and orchards, and several of the best never failing Springs, and stock water con venient on all three of the farms plenty of good meadow land and limestone nnd good tim ber in nbumluiicc 280 acres of open lund, and upwards of one hundred aeres in clover. Price reasonable and titlo undisputed. Terms or Sale, $2000 in hand, the balance in five annual installments, well secured, with interest from date. CALEB SMITH. Kob. 3, ISM fim 280 Vicc. WAS COMMITTED to Jail on the Cth i nst., 0110 AhGJIO HOY, who calls himself by the nnme of Green, ' nnd snys that he belongs to a man fin Randolph county, Gn., bv the name of J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 April 1854

ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1851. VOL. VL-ffO. 289. TERMS: THE POST is published every Friday at 12 per year, payable in advance, or $ :t, if pay ment it delayed until the expiration of the year. Advertisements will be clinreed $1 per quare of 12 lines, orles?, for the first inser tion, and 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise bv the vear. 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. Job Woiik, such as Pamphlets, Minutes. Cir eulsrs, Cards, Blanks, Handbills. Ac., will be executed in a neat and workmanlike maimer, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at n distance sending us the names of four solvent subscribers, will be entitled to a fifth copy gratis. Jfo communication inserted unl...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 April 1854

imihi in i' i 1 1 niiiiiTfirnr ATHENS POST. 8. P. 1VINS, EDITOR AN 1) l'KOI'UI liTOU. TERMS. t i aiear, paiinltt in advance, or i iFwwiirHHMin' int.vi'"- ( IST iVo paper dh'eonti n ned until Arrears repaid, except at the option of the 'Mhher. for announcing the naoics f axmli-ltte for Jiff fi, Lusi. Athens, FiMiij, April 7, IS5J. (Jp 'J'lio editor lias been indisposed since his return from Chattanooga, and lias not teen ablo to attend to his oilitorial duties. We hope ho will be able to bo at his l'o.t by next week. Qr The Circuit Court lor McMinn coun ty convenes at Alliens on Monday next, the 10th inst. Shipment of Srr.ciE. Wo arc requested to give notice that on and after Monday next, the 10th inst., one dollar per thousand will bo charged as freight on all Sjfcie bliiji-d on the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad. Supper Wo are requested to state that the Ladies of the Methodist Episcopal Church will givo a Supper nt their Church in Athens, on Wednesday evening next, 12lh inst....

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. — 7 April 1854

LATER FROM El'ROl'K. By the arrival of tho Stoain-ship Canada nt Hulifiix on the i!0tli tilt., from Liverpool, vu have European dates to the 18th. Flour had declined 2s. pur bbl. since thu departure of the Africa, and Western Canal . wna quoted at 3t3s., and Good Ohio at 37s. r" per bbl. of 190 lbs. Wheat bad declined Id., and Southern White wan worth lis. Od. per 70 lbs. Indian Corn had declined Is., and Western W'hite commanded I Is. (id. per -ISO lbs. The French BreadstulV .Markets had all de clined. The aspect of Eastern nlTdrs has assumed no new phase since, tlm departure of the Franklin on the 15th hist. The Czar's answer to tho summons of France and England, requiring him to with, draw his troops from Turkey within n speci fled period, could Hot arrive until the 17th or 8th of April. England and Franco had resolved to de cline the proposition of I'russiu fur a resump tion of the negotiations between the Western Powers and Russia, and to increase their armaments. The propositi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 April 1854

1 7J7- AYER'S PUIS. FOE ALL THE TUBPOSSS OF A FAMILY PHYSIO. Tueue has long ex!std a public demand for an effective pnritative pill which could be relied on as sure and perfectly safe in its operation. '1 hU h.i been prepared to Wet that demand, and an exten sive trial of its viitucs has conclusively shown with what sncec's it accomplishes the purpose designed. It is easv to nnike a physical pill, but not easy to tuako the best ol' all .A one which should have none of the ul'cctions. but all the advantage, of ; everv other. 'Ibis has boon attempted hre, and with wlrit Mic.-css we would respectfully submit to the nublic ileci-imi. It ha been unfortunate f"t I the patient hitherto til it iilmo-t every purgatiu nw..li.-;,iA is m-rimitninits nml irritatim; to the bow els. This i not. Many of Ihcm produce so much griping p'in and revulsion in the system as to more than coimtcrlahi.ioe the nood to be derived from I them. These pill produce no irritation or pain t,lr. it tirUi fruin a nii'...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 April 1854

Ik ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1851. YOL. YI.--NO. 290. BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS : THE POST in published every Friday nt $2 peryenr, payable in advance, oris, if pay me ut is doluyed until the expiration of the year. Auvertikkmknts will be charged f 1 per square of 12 lines, or lesf, for tlie first inser tion, and 25 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements must murk the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will continue until for bid and charged accordingly. For announcing the names of candidates for office, $3, Cash. Tod Work, inch as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, 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 sending us the names of four solvent subscribers, will be entitled to a fifth copy gratis. No commu...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 April 1854

ATHENS POST. S. P. IVINS. EDITOR AND I'BOriilinOIl. TR.VS. ?3 airrtr, painUe in adeanrr, or fa al the expiration of the year. 5 A'o paper dimnitiuiiid until nrrrarijr ere paid, rjrerpl al (lie option of the I'ulA'n-h'r. For aniioumiug the name of candidal for office $5, CWi. Athens, Friday, April 14, IS51. fjj"ro duties of tho editorial depart ment of our paper fur tliu last tw o numbers devolved upon Mr. P. I., Gamble, to whom we tender our sincere thanks fur the very able and satisfactory manner in which he dis. charged tliem. IS" We learn from tho Knoxvilhi papers that the Hun. Thus. L. Williams hm, in ohu dience to the solicitations of his friends, con sented to run again f.r the office of Chancel lor, which he has so long ami so faithfully filled. No man ha3 done the State more ser vice than Judge Williams, and none stands higher as a jurist and man of unexeepl iun uhle moral character. It is said thut he will have no oppo-ition. gf Wm. G. McAduo, Esq., of Knoxville, announces ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 April 1854

V THK IMPROVED ART OF WAR. Among tlio many nrts which the. concep tions of genius lire constantly combining to perfect mid duvelope, is thu art of war. Kv ery HUce-eeiling generation seems to inlro. duce among us Mill moru powerful and otli cicnt agencies lor accomplishing the doslrue tion of our fellow men. A correspondent of tho Cincinnati O'azcttc, writing from England, gives an interesting description of a tew of tho warlike engines which it is supposed will contribute materially to the successful terinin. ntion of hostilities in the great European struggle which is prohahly about to occur. One of the most terrible of these machines, Iio says, is Wagner's Moating gun which is simply a long congreve gun, designed to be propelled along the surface of tho water in a xtniight line, on the principle of the rocket, until it strikes tho vessel which it was direct cd, whan it Ihur.sts into its sides its iron head, containing two nds of fulminating pow. ler of mercury. When the lire reac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 April 1854

n Glorious News from the East! The Russians again Defeated. THE news bv the last Steamer is of t lie most thrill ingly interesting character. The Turcomans have again been triumphant, andtheEmlish nnd French Moots are under full anil for the seat of war; nn.l by the not arrival we shall probably learn that nil Europe i convulsed with the shock of buttle and the clash of arms. In this connection, it noy not bo improper to remark that, let the fortunes of war be as thov may, SEHORN has fust returned from the North with the largest supply of every thing ever brought to thisor nny oi lier place. It will be useless to attempt to enumerate one tenth of the more than ten thousand articles comprising his stock, ami he will not try sutlice it that among t hem may be foun J the follnwim? : Gobi Watches" at prices ranging from fi'i to fain each; Silver be-rer and l.epine Watches nt from 14 to 85. The latter were mode ex pressly for Knilrond time pieces nnd nre war ranted to give entire sut inf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 April 1854

'"V BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: THE TOST is puhlNlicii every Friday nt t per year, payable in advance, m-SK, if pay ment is delayed uutil the expiration of the year. Advertisements will be charged $1 per quare of 12 lines, or less, for the first inser tion, and 26 cents for each eontiiiuaiice. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year, l'ersonssendine: 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, t ft, Cash. Job WonK, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Cir culars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac., will be executed in a uent 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 sendinir in the names of foursolveiit subscribers, willbe entitled to fifth copy gratis. No communication inserted unless accom panied by the name of the...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 April 1854

-- V ATHENS POST. S. P. 1VINS. EDITOR AM) PUOl'lilK'tOl' TKHMS. ii a iear. pa;,iie in advance, or 'i at the expiration of the year. (3Jf A'o papcrdiscontinned until arreanies areuaid. extent at the option of the Publisher. For announcing the names of candidates for I the writer, would endanger the value of the office $5, Cash. I Southern staple. From a hasty glance at ... r . i it o i ici i the proceedings, there seem to have been a Athens, Jpril n, ISj t. j tnany 8lllijt.ct!i brm,,rU Mon ihe ' l-T Tho" Circuit Court To? Meigs county, Convention not contemplated by tho origi will meet at Decatur next Monday, the 21th. j ""I organization; and a good many gentle- j men appear to have gone there with no other 03- Judgo Luckey is announced in tho 1 ;, tial, tl) introduce a resolution or two, Knoxvillo Register as a candidato for Chan- I ,; a few remarks, and fall back. To tit's cellor in the First Division. l-jf For tho Inst two or three weeks tho Charleston papers have tailed to come t...

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