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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 July 1855

3p -Vf. 31 Xrx'T-':r."V-?v-'-;.3.-- A ... sam. p. mm. ATHENS; TENN., FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1855. Vol vir-No. 354. . . .. -'." ... .... (TO I! B B A w ITVfc . fm - if.;. I DO) ir aI. It -A- . m hO' - iK n ii mi in (i it ii ii ii am u 1 iy i ii u .ur n i i n r s 1 it i n w ii w TERMS! tHK rOST It pabtlthett tvwy frMy ftt t per ynr, TJmjabU in advAtKt, or IS, If pajuwnt to 4lajr4 naill J)t r4mtion yf the yr. Adrrtlmenf wlH bt charted tl br wtrt f 13 linw, or 1ft for th flrtl intcrtlnti, ud 10 cwtt for ch continuance. A llbtrtl rtsxiiictlow a Art to thoit who odTtrtlM by Iht year. HTPtrioni wndliiff ftilrcr Uoomanu omit mark th namher of time ihy dolr mem inotrtea, or tnojr win m oontlotiM tutu forbMl ma inirfta Mtorninfiy.g For announcing the tuuotf of enaolMatM for oct, S, CnK. Obit an r? notice oTer It Hoti, ehnrfoa at tho roftilar Mvertlaloit roteo. Alloommitnteatlonilntcfldtdto promotolho triTMo oortior inurnii or uorporotiont, BooittM. Bchoolt or IndlridwiU, will bt choroH m adrtrtlcmen...

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. — 6 July 1855

tvV 3 J - - , - ATHENS POST. 8. t. 1V1NS, BDITOR AND FNONUCTOII. '.. -Maal tt a n. varibll la 4varMf or M . k jitraMan sf In year. .tT Pi rir KMBlnwll1 ll srVsarsJel tn aaM,aMKalMoptlOTiaf Um rMlshs. Porausomelai tha nrnmw ( OMidldaWl nr omo to! OMtmtt statists arm II Hatt.eliarfs at th fUr wnruainc niM. All oaoaannlnitliMn Intend to "Waists tils privet KM ar Mnsrarh r OanxtraMnn, Secant, MkMiM r alvMaakKWU b tharfaa at a4rrUranU. ...W C4..j J-l UJ-IUJ -4-, r- .).'.', f o onortn, ; JOSiAlf 1. ADKRfl. . Election Ticket. Candidate who de air to hav their tioktes printed (it this office, are requested to lend In their orders eurly. Boitoot,-Examination. Tbtre win he a pablio- examination of the pupil -of Alt. Cooct's School, on Tuesday and HVvxiry, th 10th and Ulh Instant. Th patron unci friend of the School are Invlled to attend. Within th Inst eight days litis sec tion tins been.f ivored with fin rains, Th wheat crop I yielding (t abundantly, oats will nenrly roach an" average, and t...

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. — 6 July 1855

v f I THE NASHVIIA.B UNION tj.PROTES. - UTANTS.-T Ths Nmhvllls Whig sAy "In the Daily Nnstivills Union nnd African, of the 15lh Mny, appeared lonjf ditorlal, Iniidutory of the Catholic Church, nnd disp'nrnglng to Pro. teitnntinm. In Hint nrllole the Union nnd American, Gor. Johnson's State organ, after t declaring that "Catholicism has potto more TOR IIUMANITV THAN KT OTHER CtfUSCH," ".mac on with monstrous effrontery to sny: "A ohttrch Hint can honst of nn exUlento of thirteen wnktries passing through, all the vnrioua vicissitudes of her ervhtliil ca reer, unscathed, enn certainly shfivr, with nil her Mroeiona bnrbrrUy, many bright apola Which may b placed in favorable contrast witlhshe Protestant churcl with ila thousand and one wrangling sects. Men nro beginning to ace through Inn transparent gnuzv tlmt siln thia know-nothing movement. They re beginning to nsk what has I'noTEsT aut ism dorr ron ths World? What hat the done to alleviate and etevalt the down trodilenl ie THR 11ACR ...

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 July 1855

'y - f will be LOUDOI? FOUNDRY, ' pil obirHH waali twpatfaliy an i nonaee to tb ailisens f Hmm " ad Mining eoaaliea, that thy hav rtl at tendon, nad he aow.ia full eperalioa, an linn foundry, and ar prepared to reiv orders for Every VfHMriotiaat (Mbilil Thresher! ThrMhnritl IT Tftreaesra IM SUM MMMMia well (bWj, of AmtioeUo, .) rnTaiffiA and ivrer, Athene, 1 hTJVI mno.ebU.gvt tb. Me- WParrrrVLLT Senear., to the poMI. Ihel he haa l la lit tee Amhtaa M the next Wmrl I A 4 loomed permanenUj la Athene, urn) It sow pre- - .. ,. ,J tt5K, Oonerel Agent p't te ktteod oa call, a loan or eunlrT. Having , warcb IS-IT low.r Tennews, . had aln years sxaerlenea ae a Phielclan and Surgeon, Pianos, T1TRT reuuJw. ..A r. Thay will k.p .onstsntly o toud different sj On T ooUra, roaod eornera, iron plat, nod styles of Cooking Btovee, furnishd I On ef ... " oet'l leg. - complete, such as toe uoosier atatat a em ana mnT " 4 round ' " urved leg, KrBtiiKin, etc., ae ; vanoue eiawe isnuri elegant amen, tiin...

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 July 1855

'1 I r Elf. iir' ' I BY SAM. P. IVINS. SPEECH OP P. K. ZOLUCOFFER, '" Dtliterriat Naihville,June 16,1855. ' Fellow Citizfih i When, n few month grs the so-called "Know Nothing" movement suddenly loomed up in thedi'tancennd seemed so no passing frotn citv tncitv, nnd from Slote to State throughout Oio Union, thn first iin piDmiiin m:id upon my mind wn)tlmt It wns noi hitifr mnr thnn one (if the mmt retnnrkn. lile noveltiiK of the nsfe. It 1 but Crunk " conTeHu Hint my nltention Imd been olnorhi-d in other pu!)li'! qiii'ntion. I h.-id only lic;ird, casu:illv, Hint it mipH unine sort nfoppri nition to l'on i)tieiS and enllmlic. '1'hln did not luucli pit-puftsi H me in ill f .vor, us I knew I h:t we li.ij but fuw fori'iL'Ccrsor cutli olica in Tennessee, nnd as iimoiijj these 1 knew some Very estimable men nnd old neigh bor nnd personal frier.d. Bit thi n lh question forced iixelf upon ny mind, wh it enn have (iveii rio to nil this ,ciiiunit!iii!? Cnn there be no r:iusen for o nxtrumdiin...

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. — 13 July 1855

T" ; .: " - ( J. 1$ a. p. ftiN,oiroa ai fRomrrtoii. . -as s to Utw, st - no m cMnnntlmd unK fl srVssnuns sr , assist t pOoa ef Mw FuMlslwr. Ttr HMMiliikiiiM f aaalOstas tar (Asary tfkltnt ever HHsti,l)mrt?stK rsili,f MmlWltMM.. AilMoHs'MMeS MiMMMiht pHvwft Ms r kunm W OAnMraUMi, SncfeUss, c tools 0 MA -4, WSMaj stmrfW M Hi rtlsoMnu. ' ATtacna, retiavtv, jvt,v ia, it is. ., J Kticnon Tiexrrs.--CaodMtes who de. tr to hav their tickle printed at tMofflco, ar requested to send la their order early. . ' B.C.Pttitt,Uonoord,Ko county, .will acta, agent for .this office; He J au thorized to receive subscriptions and. receipt for any moneys flue id "Post" 4 s9a"The Foreign New received by th - nsrrasn ana nmertc, onange very fhaterally the an poet of affairs Id th Crimea, and amid nggests the probability of peace, The soc- cesses tor the alllea in the Sea of Azoffi the enptare of KerUoh.the taking of the Mame Ino, Sus., had so elated them that there- waa some reaaon to apprehend they would n...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 July 1855

ANDY AT HIS DIRTY WORK. During ths entlrt canvas through Middle Mid West Tennessee, Got Johnson and hit organs denied stoutly that his Infamous Abo lition White Basis doctrine, had any thing to do wllh the present ennrnss, or should be made an issue Id It, but he had no sooner en tered East Tennessee than he brings It up, Mid by appealing to the most contemptible prejudices, attempts to mske'capitnl out of it. Read the following document, which reached us oa Wednesday morning) .... , TO THE PUBLIC. ' ' ' jAOKSBosouon, July 7th. 1 855. The undersigned thitday witnessed thedis euulon between the candidates for Governor, before what the citizens of this place say, Wat as large an audienoe as they ever knew con rsned hereon a similar occasion. Col. Gentry led" off in a speech of great eloquence and force, discusiing the ueual tonics. . Got. Johnson, in hie rejoinder, charged that bis competitor had evaded or dodged the Free Jlatii Retolution he had the honor to Intro duce in the Senate ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 July 1855

-1 '(rt', l '", V - ' . - ..... r 4 v pssry fiala cf Land Dati Ccoyiwt, Executor of tfohtt Crocket f Klo) CroekK, ' " . . ' ' - ' ,' '-. ' "' " ' ' ' ' nn Crocket, v t., ' ' 4 : l)0RSl'ASTto lerof 0 Chrtor ' X Oortrt Aiken, had in this cam at Ik F.brtfary term, ISM, I will mil t th Court; hnuaa-door I Athens,' at pblith) outcry, 4o the" highest bidd.r, far tut in hand, on th Slit da of July next, tin undivided half interest in th Land of th Mid John Croeket, iu Mo Minn-country, on which b resided at the lint of hi death, until th youngest child of Wtti. Crocket, the ton of th testator aforesaid, kali arrive at th age -of twity-on. years, and at th expiralh'n of that 4ima he, the aid Jams Crocket, I to ha and enjoy nn undivided fourth interest in nid Land; and also, on undivided feurlh interest in t eertain Tract of Land which" belnng d to the estate of John 'Crocket, decanMO, and by him willed to the aaid James Crocket, and known m th - dry nttarter, and anlil as th property of th ....

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 July 1855

"t" iV. :0 ATHENS,' TENN.,1 FRIDAY. JULY' 20, 1855. VOL. VII no. m - --fit &$r&,,& --M . V.";."r,.". - ' .. . . .. . .'' ' I ' "' ; '- tt1 JNWT li pnliNnhM very FrltUy lit f t pt yctw, , f aynW In ndvniifT, or 8, If payment li richly. luitU vht xilriiaii of tlie year. ' Al'rrtlMniMt .Will be dtntrp) tf r- Hitin.t-11 Af 1 1hie, ur 1cm, for tlie Ant hrWtlriiu mi) AO rent fnrH one, oniitlnnftncc. A liberal riciwthn luiul to thttfe J wno aurertwp oyine ref om ieiillnfr ulvrr- tltrmenti mint mnrtt ttt nmiilwr of timet iliv uVuIr 1hcnrlnri4Hl. ytWy wUlbcroutinui-cl unlilfotilo ud For JilinoUllclMff lliV UuiaM fifflanrlldeMfiiVAflWt tatfc- Ohitirtf jr notfocf over 12 line, tflinrfM mt tlie fptlaf , AilvRrilHtnit rntv. All eniiiiitunlcntlnnn littpmtfM to promote tllf prlrnte fenrti o? Ititeretu f CorMirall(in, Paclvtleff, Hitliooli or tudivMtiHtl, will btp rtmrfrtil hh tolvnrtlfttntfnl4i. .lob M' or 1u ' h l'anHti1ru. MliMittf. (Mrcnlnrv CrM. fllnnko, HnnltU1f. Ac, will in tMtvo...

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 July 1855

s A, A., ATHENS POST. S. F. IV1.N,KMT0R AND PHOPKirrOIU- -ait-Cta roar, peTsMi up nlVoa-s, or te'at '"A SO" raltoa of lite Josr. -. "Ho paper dmswitiftiioil imtll sn erresrasenr sre k except st Ut option of l ho PuMi.hsr. ' V -r aauouclut Uw aasos pf saaSidaua fof tm 19, "R . uur MoMoii om llllnn, obar4 M m Xfatat edrvrtutaf rst. A . - ,--' AU eonmanfcmlloni tnffmff A to p-omoss (Tie prWuto OfKlf ar lostrotu of CorpovsUons, Socio), Reboots of f I eoltldasls, will bo charged seatlTerUsolMOls.' - FOR CONOR'S of mam. ATHENIi rKIAV, sTCL-Y 80, ItSS. ' TcifriMRCf LicTiaii. Philip 8. White, tb celebrated Temperance Lecturer, will peak at this place on Saturday, the Slat. ' y Tha Rev. J. U Guy give notice that, Providence portniltlng, Qract CAuren-Loudon fill We consecrated to tha worship nnd service f Almighty God by Bishop Otoy, assisted by several other clergymen, on Sunday the 39th hit. Services to commence at 10. o'clock. ttflf? We are requested to give notice that Philip S. White wil...

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. — 20 July 1855

Roman "Catholics, infidels, atj- archists, ac. ' . .rorin. ros,, ' To subjoined nrtlole, from tha Nsw York. Journal of Commerce, tit not written witU any partisan or eleutlonerlng tnteution, but imply u itatauisnt of facts, for the pur pose of exposing th Imminent-danger to which our country U exposed from 4lw In ereaeing introduction of foreigners among ua, ths greet majoaity of whom art th moat dangerous, Ignorant, ilnpudent and wicked of tlia human race.' ..And yat many Demo, oralis papara, among which, the Kasliville Union and American and .Chattanooga Ad vertiger are the moat prominent, are inoes aantly abiialng nud misrepresenting the Amer ican party.baeaua that party ia unwilling that euch monatara aliould linve any ngenoy iu the adiuioietration of our public affaire. , They are aconaed of a deposition to pro- scriut foreigners and i atholiea on account of their religious opinions; and now right at band title ia .prwawumAJ to be positively and abaolutoly uutriio, and it ia di...

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 July 1855

t Diwassee College i rwantyyTeam. THKSiirlne session of tint rows hi two X parous Institution will' olose m fnllnwa:- axvi. r.AnxArint, t ueaiiay ,1111a va.ii. lieadny, I7rll'irl IHth Jltlyj: - , v 8ikawmii asu CoxrKRBiNS Dirtowv, Tfrur. 4r tMr-IMh. .'- .' Take KhU Scsaioii will' commence Monday. Bar. Ifflh, at which Mm .indent will tW1 fctntaWa advantage ba present to enter taw-hy f"eer Ih. IVrrwuei (Ira ae.slon: CimirHo-cnl fee 1' boardinp a moderate rale A number . of rooms in the vicinity nrroccwpieaV free of elinrffa Iryitboaa wishing tolioarYl'then,elve.i whlrri'the v do at a cost of from fifty ctira to nadollnr" -per week. ur location 1 la. ii. rA (h; tw6 and a , nwlf reiW frimv Mnillsonville, it, neighbor linewi rintorhfor indnatry and ronralilyi eon. sequent ly wa ara -imipnratiTel iro from UmrpliilHint to prndigitlitr, intemperance, and other icetoo frequently met with lu towus anil cities. . - - A post office hns liaaa established at the rnstltulrniK, therelor letters t M...

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 July 1855

BY SA3T. P. ITINS. ATHENS, TEO., FRIDAY," JULY 27, 1855. VOL. VII-NO. 357 tebjis: ,, Po9T I- publi.hr.1 erery Friday t i per --. p.r"6Ui "vn,.r 18, if payment I. d.l.yed until r"rHm-.H "will be chsr-.d $1 per .,. -fin line", or lew, for the 6rt liiMrtinn, and SO cent" for ..eh conllnimnce. A liberal rf-rtnctior. made to lhoe who aderile br the year. ST Fer-nni wndlnr Wer tUem.nti mint mark the number of lime, they dnln thVm lutrrteil, or they will be continued until forbid and Charred accordin.ly. jJFl . For announcing the name, of candidate, for offlce, 15, 'Obituary notice, over 18 line., charged at the regular adrerti.ing rntc. ..... All communication!! Intended to promote the prlwte end or Intere.ta of CorpornUon", "ocletlei, School, or Individual., will be chanted a. adverllementj. lob Work, inch aa Pmlil-t-,Mlnut-i, Circular, Card., Illanka, Handbill., o., will be executed in guod elyle, and on reasonable t-rme. All letter. addr.'. d to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promp...

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. — 27 July 1855

ATHENS EOST. 8. P. lVISi", KOITOR AND PllOPIUCTOK. Trrnix: t"J year, payable la adrau.ce, or S3 at ft expiration of the year. 14 No paper (iiK'onlimird antil all arrearage arc iVl, except at the option of the Publisher. s"or annooucing the aain'es of candidates for office !, Cuh. Oodnarv Notion over Klines, charged at the regular advertising rate. All omiaunicattloTM Intended to promote tl prlvata tnda or intoresta of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Bdlriduals, will be charged as advertisements. FOR CONGUEfJ, stosiAii n: ADEirsof AT(ir.t, i-niDiv, jixv it, tss. Elf.ctio.i Returns. Our friends in the ndjncent counties will place us under renew, ed obligations by forwarding the election re turns at ns enrly an hour ns possible. . CANVA SSTLOSE IX We regret to inform our readers that ow. ing to the severe indisposition of Col.Gentry, from nn attack of flux or dysentery, the can vass between the candidates for Governor has terminated, leaving Ihe appointments at Knoxville, and below...

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 July 1855

LETTER FROM A CONVERTED CATHO- 1IC rRIESTlU KbV. wniur EW YORK. Rn Sir: Tlie Scripture lmve been liter ,lly fulfilled in my ease. Tl.eti.naieomiuj; " J. ir.l .l,.n "thev will i.iityoi "it ef'the vnagotjue, and whoever shall you, wilf think thai hedoeth iod service. 1,1. i xvi S 1 have been denounced as Scti:Vdxco!n,uietedfrn,.hechHrc, because I could not .tv"" """ b8 error4 of Popery. Tl.a pM'l f i'"11" T. e" ,i over my lo. to tl.en,. but by your author ?ty I was exfelled fro,., the ps.torsh.u of ...y to be infallible-tl.a I'r.est to have the posr- to pardon ....-the Vircin Jlary to b. lit;- "acu at."'' .fe.r to ,C,""T ' CoJv blood and div.nity of our Lord Jen... Curtst, The pretext was "that I wet to bear a Protestant minister lecture on 1'opery tint I could do in I'oland, my own country, without eenaure, but in thia laud of liberty 1 could not do it without expulsion from tne hurcb JowUh church crucified Christ, and murdered and imprisoned, hi dear disciple. The Mine iulolernnl sp...

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 July 1855

Hiwassee College noun csmntr. Tenm. THE Spring session of this youug bnt pros perous Institution will close a follows: Axuial Ex.iMix.vriox. Tuesday and Wed nesday, 17lli nnd mtliJulv; S?KAKiNO D CONrKKRINU DlPLIJIAS, Thurs day the 1 0th. The r'all Session will eouimene Monday, Sept. 17th. at which time students will find it to their advantage to be present tu enter their proper classes. Ti'iTios 10 per session; Contingent fee (1; boarding at moderate rates. A number of rooms in the vicinity are ocenpiej free of charge by those wishing tu (ward theintelvea; which they do at a cost of from titty centa to oue dollar per week. Our location is i Ihe rounlry, two and a half miles from Ma-lisuitville, in a neighbor hood noted for industry and morality ; con aequently we ara comparatively free from temptations to prodigality, iutempernnce, and other vice too frcciuently met with in towns and cities. A pott office lint been established at the institution; therefore letters to the Kuculty an...

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 August 1855

. . .. . ' . . .. . 7 ATHENS, TENi.; f RIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1855. BY SAM. P. IVINS. VOL. VII-jT0. 358 Trnnm rnit POBf Ii mfftllehrd ever? FrldA nt 13 per Tnur, yArftMeto advance, or f 1, If payment U duliifutt until ht iirilon of Die yt-ar. AdvertUcmrnn will he elmrired 11 per imre r 11 line, or leu, fnr tlte first insertion, mid Mtcenii for aeh ftonti ruin nee. A llbernl rt1netln tinulo to those who advertise by the yvnr. tfFcrson ending adver Hmntf must murk the number of tlmi they riealre tbem hinerted, or they will be continued uniH forbid and clmrftd tcordlnffly.s - Vnr Announcing the numet ot candidal for office, 5, QnK. , 1 Obltttnry notlrcii OTr 19 tine, charged at the rcgulnr advertising rnten. AU enmmtmlcatlon ln.endpd.lo promote thf private nd or interwU or Oorpnrntlnnn, Unci et lei. Sclioult or Individ tint, will b chnrped m mlvertlaemcnM. Mnh Work mrh ni PmnpliUt, Minute, Circular, Card, niank, Handbill. Ac, wilt be executed to- good atyle, and on rraaonahlff term. AH let t...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 August 1855

to .Is K 0 ATHENS .POST. S. P. IVINB, EDITOR. AND PHOPHIkTOR. Tpnnat g'l a year, fagrnhle advance, or 16 at tis Expiration of the year. I- No par"-r ulscnntltuitfl nnin all arrearage! art palii.exreiitatthennttouof the PuMtslier. For announcing the aaroea of caiKliUaUt for office Oaiih. ominarjr Mottoes orer It llnei, eharfcd at the regular tATertlttiig rate. All communications lnl.nnV,t to promote the private enits ortntrelN of Oorpratlon, Km letles, Schools or ndlvlduala, will be etiarRetl a advertisements. , ATHBJUat riTIPAV, AfW. . !. (agf It is proir to tuto Hint Lieut. Win. C. Lilian! withdrew from tiio canvas fur tlio State Somite, on Tuesday evening before the election. EMX-riO RETtHXai The Election. Tho election ! ovor, the great battle bat been fought in Tennessee, find the victory won by whom wo ere not prepared ut present to any, although we may Venture the bcHuf that the Commonwealth is safe. In tome portion) of tho State the . contest ho been warm, tho excitement in te...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 August 1855

r CHOLERA. For the Post itt. Editor; had thought for lomo lime that t loins ftiturs perloil I would drop f.w IboughU upon the itilijoot of Cholera to ' the numerous reader! of the Post, j your ontent; and as the season is approaching when this seourga of the human moo is most likely to make its appearance, this is probably s suitable a time as could' be selected. The history of cholera is a curious one, and its spread by contagion or otherwise a mooted question, and does not materially olTiiet our presentpurpose. Much has been said about the Exemption of pint-wood reyiont from the ravages of cholera, and all without til shadow of a foundation fur the truth of such An opin ion. I could give numerous init unites of tlie visitations of cholera in pine regions of the South, in the spread of the disease in 1848-9. This section was visited in the Hummer of J 868 with epidemic dgientery of a low grmle or typhoid type; also the past Summer of '01, and some cases complicated with choleric ty...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 August 1855

Hiwassee College Mnre cotiyt Tci. TUB Spring session of this young hut proa. peroua Institution m-ill elns a follow! AxxUAt Rxjuhicatiw.. Tuesday anl Wed nesday, 17lh (ind lflth.tutvi Brmi!a add 0nmirirx Diploma, Thur Jay Ida ltk The Fall Bauion will sommenca Monday, rVpt. IHh, at which, tinia students will find It to thair adrantag to ba present to anlar their proper elastic. . Tuitk'K tlO par isfilonj Contingent fee l; boardihg at moderate rate. A number of room in the vicinity are occupied free of barge by those winning to hoard themtelrcs; Which they do at a coat of from fifty oanta to ' ana dollar per week. Otir loontioai It in the ttmntry, two and a kalT mileafrom Msdisnnville, in a neighbor hood noted for industry and morality; eon aeqnentlr we are eomjiaratively free from temptation to prodigality, intemperance, and other rice too frequently met with in town and eitie. A post office ha been established at the institution; therelore letter to the Faculty nd Students should he...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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