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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 April 1858

Mm BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1858. YOL. X.-NO. 497. pQgf U PUBLISHED IVERT FRIDAY, "wo DOLLABS PEtt YEAH, T PA TA Bl SIM AD TASCE. UrirllientlX will be charged 1 per aqoars -ris un"or lets, 'or th Brat Insertion, ud U cenu tor I.choo.UiiMne.. A HbortldeducUoB made to thoat wtoaUtrUashr tbtptar. -pMDdlnjTr-," ,!, man mark the numfcer f timet Ihejr detlr thVn Inierwd, or they will bt continued sntll forbid and 'Tiett"- .fedld.t..f.Be..5. CObTtaryBotleeiorlllInei,ebrged etthererular end. or interetttof Oorporationi, Socletlet, Schools or l.dlvldualt, will be charged at adverllneroentt . I.airwu luch M P41Ilph,lU,Mioatei,Olrc.lri, ttVat,Blaaa, Handblllt, Ac, wlU be t.eculedio food ',AV."urarl:Tp,r.pri.tr.po.p.ld,.m rf:?ix" -- HI enionlcatloD Innrted unlet accompanied bp m SSTi-. ,Kk- ten Hotel. ' THE -POST. v' ZillEWS, FBIPAy. APBIH. 1858. VOTta Qt THI BANKS OP TENNESSEE, Ractivtd bp tb. Stat.. Union d Planter.' Bank, of Tennettee, at Naabf lilt. BytUPUnttrf Bank...

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. — 2 April 1858

ATHENS POST. 8. P. I VIN3, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T tiii: 1 a T'r. parabir in a4ran. T" No p-v' dicniiiinui antll all arrearage are piitj, ex-cpl at uie opimnor tiie fubiiatM-r. Aniioufitir na'oea of eandtilatef lor olBee 1-V Cah. Obliusry Soiirea over I lines, charred at the regular advertising rates. All eoiaiaunicatioat Intended t promote the print end or Ljiteres'i of Corporation!, Socieliea, School! or lauindua. , wi 11 be enarged aa advertise mean. Ariu:s, niiDiv. apkil 8, isss. The April Term of the Circuit Court for McMinn county, w ill commence on Mon day, the lath. ff The communication handed in this week it too lout'. The author most reduce iU length before we ran give it a hearing. Save the Records. Twice since the or ganization of this county, the Clerks" offices have been destroyed by fire and uiany valu able paper IomI. In view of the fact that the same thing might occur again, we will like the liberty of suggesting to the Wor shipful County t'mirt lo purchase Fire Pr...

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. — 2 April 1858

CAFTIONS OF TI1E PUBLIC ACT3 reeeed at th latt session of tlie General Assembly. An Act eeding to the United Statee of America exclusive jurisdiction over certain lands, and their appurtenances, within the limit! of the State of Tennessee, and fur oth er purposes therein mentioned. An At giving further time to perfect title to land in tliii State. ... . An Act to repeal the first, third, and fourth aeclions of an aet to establish a ajsteni of pat rols, pasted February 15. 185. An Act granting administration under cer tain eireuiustaaeea. .,.. An Aet to repeal the aet of 1856, creating the office of County Judge. An Aet to prevent useless expenses in ap peals and writs of error. Ao Act to prefect abuses in Municipal Corporations. An Aet for the benefit of the Nashville and Chattanoga Railroad, and Winchester and Alabama Kailroad, and all laterals and main trunk roads. An Act to establish a Chancery Court at the town of lluntsville, in Scott county, and for other purposes. An Aet to 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. — 2 April 1858

S V'l AYER'S Cathartic Pills, (SCOAR COATED,) AKR MADI TO CLTArflS TITS FLOOD 1X0 CTTBB IM KCK. valid, Father, Motaere, 1-liysieiait) Ffcllatltro)lls, read Ihetr Effect, 4 Judga of Uielr Vlrtae. FOR TUB Cl'HI Or Headache. Sick Headache, Foul Stomach. P ITtlMIU, P, MJ 1, W. Da. J. C. A rim. Sir 1 I hav beau n-veatadly mrt-d ot tkt wvnt tH-adai-he any body ran bv by a dew or two of jmr till. Il errm. 'o arle from a Imil .weiorh. n'T" tli; cl-aiwe at iwi If they will euro others a they sue, the la! Is wuiib knowing. Iinir witli great raspact, KD. W. PREBLE, Ckr Sctrmer (lone. Bilious Disorders and Mver Complaints. DirtRniRRv or Til Iirnaioa, 1 WasmmTOR, 0 O, I Feb, ISM. f ! I lia need ywr Pills In my general and ko.its prllce ever inr-i wd lli'in. aud cannot Kaaitatr to say I her a- live best radiant? wo -nlo. Their rego U Ing titlon oti the Wrtr nnlr and decided, eonoaqueul I) lliey are an admiral remedy for derns.-oieiiiaof that ui miu 1 mlmd, 1 nave eelrtom found a cue of Miow di aw...

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. — 9 April 1858

VOL. X.-SO. m. BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1858. TEHJISl , THE POST 18 PUBLISHED EVERT TRIDAY, AT T WO DOIXAUS VF.U VEABt PA YABLS IN AV VAXUR. Ad vertlaementa will b charged 1 per tqnare e tli linai, or leas, for tire drat insertion. nd Sl cents for a-.h continuance. A liberal nVnncilea made to those Who advertise by the year. fWT Persons seudinjadver tlsamenta must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and Charged accordini(ljr.il .... tc Kor announcing the names of caodidatesforofflee.fo, ObUuarynotlcesoTerlSllnes.charged atllieregular advertising rates. , All oomiuunicatlonsinlondrd to promote the prlvtit nds or interest of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertisements. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, lllanks. Handbills, to., will be executed in good Style, and on reasonanle terms. Allletter. ad.lrewed 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. — 9 April 1858

lew n x , Ta -.. ATHENS POST. 1. P. IV1NB, EDITOR AND PROTRIKTOR. ''TIM : IS jear. pjrble In adrance. ( tf" So piper discontinued until all arrearages ar niid, rp( at the opliou of the PubUehcr. Auimiuu -iiu' nawi'a of candidates for office So, Caah. O.mI jry Notice over 1J linea, charged at Ui regular tdvfttiaiitir raUe. All cumiimuicalions Intended to promote the private en-ii or lulerr.tii of Corporation, Societies, Bchoolaor Individuals, will be charged at advertisements. AIMCNS HIIIH1, A I'll I L 0, 1858. l-tf' We nre requested to state that the Convention to ratify thu Union between a portion of the Primitive Baptists ul East Tennessee and the Missionaries, will be held with the Mouse Creek Church, on Friday before the first Saturday in Msy next. A full attendance and delegation is greatly desired. R;v. .Mr. Graves, of Nashville, is expected to be present Change or Schedule. The schedule on the Eiit Tennessee and Georgia Railroad is -lia.iged. to go into effect next Monday, th...

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. — 9 April 1858

THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. lotollirDce was received here a few days go that all the difficulties which have for aome months embarrassed this company have at last beta removed. Ve presume therefore that the deed of trust which was given a few months ago has been cancelled and that the company is now free and to the full enjoyment of the munificent provisions of the Stale of Trxns, which were secured by the completion of the first twenty miles of the roud within the time prescribed by the charter. The following remnrki of the New Orleans Picayune in regard to this enterprise will interest stockholders and show how valuable the slock must soon become: It is less thnn a yeur since the seat of this grent enterprise was transferred to New Or lenna and the books were opened for new subscriptions here. The company was sur rounded wilh difficulties, and met, unexpect edly, with many mors in the prosecution of their labors. They have the greatest reason to be grateful with the results of ...

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. — 9 April 1858

AYER'S OflKRUY Mil TUB RAPID CI KB Of CoItI. CoiikUh, Ulltl M on rsciiess n tMrtLft. Miw, VHh Dee., 1864. Iu. ,1 ('. Ataa: 1 duuuthmtltatetosay thf iriuMy 1 bate cvr fouutl for "v'lvh-, n -trnesn. Iiiftnnrj. and th "- nntttitt irmptomsof aOolrt. Ityotir ;..-;"ir t'erurUL. lii-omntant un In i v prvhM nn1 my family for th tat i .- ,.. nli'iwD it to ponsea sup r:-1 viniiti lor the trt-aimeiit of thi-ie . t.: .Inlet". tUKN KMU1IT, M. D. vit Vf:tT!,Ky',LflQ.,orUTTC.i,N. TMwriti Ihav : -'ir Vrt.jmi tnywlf anJ Id my family ever sine v i ,".".t..il It. and Miorn it I be Ivet mwlicliiA for itt .. ; i put out. With a hiid fold I bUouIJ sooner , .-, t.entv five dollar for a bottle than do wltbout it, or . hut u;iir n'uiwij i.toupt Whoopin? Con?h, Influenza Sl'KlNGPIKLD. WldSU r'flb. 7. IhM. -Tira Atra: I will chr-irfully cortify your Vrt-ral : nv tht raiuvdy wt todge(w for the cura of wbooping ;-. t-.li mup, aod tlieckwt diMaei of cbildren. Woof vur fmu'ii.ity lu tii botitu appreclnt your fkll...

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. — 16 April 1858

V ' - 'l wmm '.7r: BY SAM. P. IVINS: ATHENS, TENX.', FRIDAY, AML 1G, 1858. "Is ... r - V- - '.Vf- ,!.. . Tub post ib puultsiied evkry fiupay, AT TWO DOMsAltS I'Frt 1F.AH, PAYABLE IN ADVANCR. i AdvcrtHflmonti wHiichnrwt.iper qur 9fW lines, or leu, for the first itiiertton, ftnrl 50 cent Tor Avh eontlimnne. A liberal rlructlon mmti to (hot Who ft'lvLTtlse by the year. tVfenonsspndlnjrivrtYer tlmnU mart mark Vie number oftlmei they deilre Ilium Innerted, or they will be continued until forbid and Charged ceor(1ln(tly.-j for ftnnounclDg the atunesof C4Uididatfsforofflc,9B, Ormnnry uotlceeoTer 13ltne,ohrged t the regular VlvirtUinft rates. AHeominunleatlonslntendpdto prflmMMhe prlrate nils or Interests of Corporation., Societies, Bchoolior tnUrMnMs, will be cbarired as advertisements. job Work such as Pamphlets , Minutes, Circulars, Curd, Tllnnks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed In good atyle, and on reason utile terms. Allletters addresst-d to the Proprietor, post paid ,wlll 6 promptly ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 April 1858

I; ir ATHENE POST, . y .MYiRa,iDiTOR and rRomrrro. - T" N pper dtsconttad anift nil rrMTiN tV PMd, Mt at tt option, of iht Hub)lthr. . No! All eowmanJcaUOTM tntnl4 M nromntt th ptirtrU "&) 6t tnivrvtu of Corporation, Pocltli, SohMlt or ATHENA miDAV APRIL 1 A-19 AS. 3 Asiehuno the Constitution.--Wn pub. Jlsh on Mothsr Column,' the Act, patted by " the recent Legislature, In roferencji 16 amend. log the Constitution of this State. ET Wt are reqneated to ttatt that .the '. Convention to ratify tht Union betweejv- "portion of tht Primltivt Baptists of Bui Tennessee and tht Missionaries, Will ba held With Iht ML Pleasant Church, two tnllet eoofh-weet of Moutt Creek Depot, on Frl .. day before tht first Satniday in May next .'. A fall atttndanct it greatly deaired. Rev. Mr, Graves, of Nashville, ie expected to be present . Wfo. L. Moses, Esq., of Knoxville, , Agent of the Southern Pacific Railroad, waa In our town on Wednesday tad Thursday, , for tht pnrpots of giving thott who with 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. — 16 April 1858

1 i - . SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. ' hava been favored with lomt faeta and statistics regarding the progress nd pros peets of this road.lta magnifiosnt land dona tion front the Htatt of Texas, and tha ulti ntat large profit! its now assured completion will yield to the stockholders, which we take pleasure In spreading before the publie. We doubt not the data furnished lie ie reliable, for it eomee from a reliable souroe. The President of the company, Geo. 8. Yerger, Esq., bae but recently returned from the Tine of the road of the company in Texas, whither ha proceeded on a tour of luvestigs tion. H reporta a wary satisfactory oondi tion of affaire. The progress of the road ie ae ranch aa eould be reasonably deeired; and the feeling among prominent and substantial eiMtena ie eminently favorable. - Many of the difficulties that have embarrassed thie mighty Work the only one at all feasible to open a railroad communication between the Atlantie and Pacific have disappeared before the es...

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. — 16 April 1858

' 1 X : ( 1 t o VVCnthnrtte .Pills; .. .', to , , . ... ' i.Ar n 'irt rr.ooi) AS cWa tWJ'BOC. . ln"Htl roilii' Nonm, rhyal-ln.,i " Flsllauttirnplsle, ream their Meets, ' anil Judge of Mielr Vlvitio..,' , " v roii tub ci.kr or . IIead.iehr.mik IIendrhfsFonlomrli. . hrnnix, P, H U !. He. J. 1T. n 1 hare lawn r.la.IIJ cured oT Ik,. M k-adiK-hs aarr borfv rati hM by a "'" of vowr Mils. ll.eniafoarliieni'nieninl.l''tna-'r..wlil. tlrn, rhfmn M mie. If tli.V ! car. 01 ow. as nV a. iu, U r.w is uftn anewing. Yor. wllh .rust nlw t, FD . Cterk itf Biliom Disorder ind Mver Complnintn. PKPjUlTHIIKT W TM ITWll'HS 1 Wintim,n.C,J Ml-'M.r Pint T liarn tttwd your 1111. In my ron.isl noil h.-ltl MnK r sine" vo awns them, mill esnnot h.lt. to ' w thv er th l ratliarlk- employ. Tlii-lr tw lln .v-lhi. en IU Hwr la 'luiHi and .ovlded. onu-pimt-tv llwiy ere en a-liiitral.li. remeily Tor rit'ranuemnit.nf lliM crzan. IimIimI, 1 have ..likon fouml auai nf b'l'ou ua r.h.1 Inal. that II dM not roo'lllt field t...

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. — 23 April 1858

m 1" h BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., EMMY, APRIL 23, 1858. VOL. X.-NO. 500. im a? n 1H S 2 TUB POST U PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, XWO DOLLAKS PEII YEAIt, PA YABl.S IN AD VANCK. a Jrertisemeni will be charged 1 per .quara fW Unt, or lei., lor Ihe 8r.t inwrtion, and W eentf tor LehvontiooaBca. A liberal dedaetlon made to thoee "V. advertUe by the year. IW tenon .endina-adrer-UMneota ma.tm.rk the number of time, they denre them Inaerted, or they will be continued until forbid and W..eu""nSe..fndld.te.fo,offle.,5, OMi.ry stle.overlt llnef.chaffed attheregolar T?m"ce.ion.lntendedt. promot.the private nds.r Intereitaof Corporation., (K.cletlea,8eboolior IndiTtdaaU, will bt charged a. ad rertlf emenu. J. Wwrk, .. PamphleU,Minute.,Clrcolar., tar "Blank., Handbill., Ac, will be executed In good tyle, and on reasonable term.. All leturi addreeied to the Proprietor, pott paid ,wlll rnV,.V.l.unde.;endlnf n. the name, of four olTent"ob.crlheni, will be entitled to a fifth ePT trail.. IU eommonlea...

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. — 23 April 1858

ATHENS" POST. S. P. IVlNe, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Jrm: 1 jar, tiayahle in advance. l?aV No p.per tliaoiitiuuvii nmil all arrearata are paiti, escept at the option of the Publiaher. Announcing nainea of candidatea for office A, Cah Obituary No ticca over It linea, charged at the regular advertising ratea. A If coramuuicatlona InlrojSed to promote the private nua or Uitaraata of CorjxieViions, Societies, Schools or Individuala, lll be charged aa advertisementa. ATIIl:,S, t lllUAY, APlIILgj. 158. t3f The following are tbe time fur hold ing the Chancery Court! in the Fifth Chance ry Division of Tenneuee : Benton lat Mondays of February and Anguat. Athanit 8d do .do do . Cleveland, tt do do do Harrison, 1't do March September. Jai)er do do do Pikeville, d do do do Pparta 4th do do do Uvinaaton 1't do April October. Jameelown, . ...Sd do do do llnntaville, Thursday after id Mondays of April A Oct. Montgomery, ...Ad Mondays do do Klngitoii,Thuralay after 8d Mondays do . do tirestnr, 4th Mo...

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. — 23 April 1858

THE ASSASSINS OP NAPOLEON III. A correspondent of the New York Tribune solves the apparentlY Insoluble mystery con nected with the attempted assaaainalion of N.ooleon. that in tliie instance, m nther. the conspirators were Iuliane. H aava these attempts hnVe !! been made by the Carbonari, one of those terrible secret societies whith hsve lwvs existed on the continent, end about the proceedings of which so much his been said in novels aud dramas. Immediately after the French Revolution of 1830 there were numerous Insurrectionary attempts in the states of the church, all of which were put down by the t'ope a soldiers, These insurrections, the writer says, were, all, the wort of the Carbonari. In them, the present Emperor of the French, and his brother, now dead, were deeply concerned. They were both sworn members of the so ciety of Carbonari, having been introduced by I'iotri the present Minister of police. . Mszzi pt, and the present Pope, Pius IX were also members, aa waa likewiso C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 April 1858

- AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, FOR TUC KAP1D CURB OF Cold, CourIis, aud Hoarseness. BsmniLD. Mam, 20th Dee, 185J. paJ.CArss: I dj not hesi t ate. to say the best remedy I hav tret found fur .High, lior"nes. Influent, and Ui emieuniitant symptom of a Cold, tsyonr llaull PftOTOHAL. H Constant DM in practice and my fantlly for the hut jyj lea tkui bu tliown it to posses nip Vf1 tier TlrlM for th treatment of than IV A.B. MORTLKY, Ksg,,of Ura, N. Y., write t "I have used four JVdorut myself and Id my family over line yoa Invented It, and bellev it the beat mullein for ill purpose ever put out. ViM) a bad cold I ahnuid auoner pay twenty Are dollars fur buttle than do without it, or taka any other remedy." Croup, Whooping Cough. Influenza. SrusariiLD, ilia, fab. 7, Injo. Bbothis Irnt I will cheerfully certify your Marat la tha bent remedy wa pus for th cure of whooping; cough, croup, and tha cheat disease of children. We of your fnUaruity in tha South appreciate your akill, awl cutnmcud your a...

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. — 30 April 1858

by sam: p. ivins. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1858. VOL. X.-N0. 501. THE POST IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, AT TWO DOLLARS PF.lt lEARi PAY A BLS IN AD YAXCE. A j yertiaviiient will be charged $1 per square tri line, or less, for the flnt insertion, and SO cents for 'each oontlnutoce. A liberal ricrtuctloo made to those who advertise by the year. fVPersons sending adver tisements must mark the number of times they desire them Inserted, or they will be continued uotil forbid and Chanted aceordln-ty.A for announcing the uwnes of candidatesior office, 1&, Co- ... Obituary noticetorer U linet,charged attheregular Itd'ertlslng rates. All communications Intended to promo! the private tnilt or Interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertisements. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, lllanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in good style, and on reasonable terms. H letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will 'H prom...

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. — 30 April 1858

ATHENS POST. 8. P. 1VIN8, EDITOR AND 1'ltOPUlKTOR. "IVtim 5 - 1,er l'"',ll',! ln h Ivunce. So paper iliouliuuil until nil arrearage! are paid, x.it Ihe ooti.... of II. PuMi.U-r. P AanunciiiK num. . of can.lid.He. for ollicc ., Cash. Obitutrr HoUcet r 1J liiiei.cliarijcd at Hie regular djku"oii"uuu"caVioni Inttniinl to promnte the private ndi or intcrcKU of Corporations. Societies, f-'ehooli or Indl'iduaU, will be clurgd at adertlieuient. ATI! K MS, I11MAV. AIMtll. 30. 1858. lff- Circuit Court commences at Cleve land next Monday, 3d Slay. Half Fare. We neglected to give-no. tine tlint delegate (none others) to the Union Convention at Mt. Pleasant Church, whicli continences today, will be carried on the Railroad at half fare thut is, going aud re turning for one fare. .Frost. This neighborhood has been vis ited, by Bevernl pretty severe frosts since our la.t pnper was issued, and the fruit and early garden vegetables are seriously damaged, if not entirely destroyed. We have not yet le...

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. — 30 April 1858

ME REACTION IN FAVOR OF SLA VERY. In Scnntor Hunter.. peech in the United State Sennte-on Kansas, ofcourse-he aid: , "A reaction ii citing in Europe on the .ubjectof.lavery. Here, too. a reaction is going on. Oor people are g'talf'" ward Tthe equator. The Senator from N" York .aid that the white man wil . " I his eootiu.uk I any .0. too, but m if u.aster, not as the equal of Indian. wl mg oea. Ooly on these condition, can the white ftian rule this continent." Mr. Hunter concluded by anying: "Perhaps t this moment the heart of Youni: America is n0nd.-riDR thing, which, neither U.e Senator from Nov York nor I dream of; eertrcliins out, nursing and guiding thi tendencies of the times into the mighty future, and into new forms of government. Other great nations are engaged in giant scheme, and playing for stnkes of empire. The spoils of nations that tiave been accumu lating for centuries are now attracting the cupidity of the three great Powers of Europe. The eaglea were gathered to the...

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. — 30 April 1858

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