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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 April 1860

, . . ., , - yr- -" ; " - j - BY SAC 1VIVIM; y'l ; ; ' . , . ATHENS, TENN.; JFRIDAY, APRIL 20, lSGO,. VOL. XII NO. 604. TERMS:: - A - THB P08T tfl tUUM81IR BKRV fcltTDAY, . Two Dollars a Year, Payable-in Advanci, Noatietitinn jmM to orrcrt for tk jjnjrr UnUtt atcnmptnieii the Cn$k..' , , '-' ArVKRTiBKMKHTfi will be charflMl $i pyr qua re f 10 lines. Or lew, for the first inserlton, nnd 60 cents for each contimmnco, A l.lVrnl ddcllon made to those who Advcrtls f ttio yc-art---!rtrIiron sending advertisements must nratk tbe nu rubor or times thoy desire them . Inserted, or they witt be continued until forbid and charged accordlnEly.TJ-'ft. For announcing Uft names of candidates fet office, $5, Coh. Obituary notices over t2 lines, charged at regu lar advertising rates. . All communication Intended to promo to tbo private ends or interests of Corporation, Hocirtlex, Schools or Individuals! will bo charged as adver tisement. Jon Won, stieh as Pamphlet, Minutes Circu lars, CanU. H lacks, ...

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 April 1860

7- .. r - TERMS4 T Dm.LAitu A Tsas. psra'at 'In Invent. A nnounehig ii&okm tff ttu.ildatvs tut wffloe $5t0f ' " . Ahltmtf NotU-eannr ntelr ihlta, charged at Ae rejriiuw advert Mng rate. All ctmenenloiluna Intended to promote the prl Wale enda ev leteFcaia f I'otfjnratleiM, ffoeieliee, ftctaoolt or4nIWMMla, Trill 1st eharired m advertisement. Athene, telM Afrit to, leo. jpCT Jot urn Walkkh la our agent la Charlei- loh, 8. C, to socelre) subtcripttona aqd eoutraet i.b fur ajdvarltaing. . - - . . , --. - 'To Advertiser. . , , 1 We mutt request our friends to hand In - their advertisement as early ai Wednes day evening. '. ' Diatriot Convention. ' It is to be hoped that thn friends of the Union party throughout this District will hold county meetings on tho 1st Monday in May next to appoint ' delegates toe District Convention. The timo for the meeting ot this Convention has not as yet boon determined on; but we think it ' should assemble about the middle of May. What my you friend I...

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 April 1860

mm Iraportanco of the Charleston Con- . ' - yention. - Vhe Charleston Contention If the first :tt the Presidential Convention to meet, and Its action will hve a very Important 'influence npon tho other pnrty conven-. Hons which nro called at Chicago and iMtimore. . Although it is composed almost entirely jf partisan pols-htHiteTi!, In whom, per- icrtaKy, 6 t&Untrjlins'Uttl confidence, . yet, as it is tho only no of tho Tresi tlonlinl -CoViVefntions that will have full delegations from every State in thelTnlon, Wild thus possesses a truly nntionnVcliur nctotv the conservative feeling of the vhoro country looks to it With the hope' that In the present emergency, it' will uy aside nil ultra partisanship, ami bo animated by a broad national spirit in its ' proceeding. A reaction lia jpgiilt in tlio Central. and Northern commercial States against the revolutionary and des tructive mania which has taken hold of the blaofc rtpablican party, and the com acrvative clement is beginning to...

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 April 1860

.-4 . . ' .iris r J"r2 ' V --' 'iftwr fit 'M A Pnrifler of tb HtnrH, anl certntn curt fr Pcrof ftlaor Kitiff'f Evil, Lumbar AbieeM, Hip Dis- - Iiw, Whito Hmillintr. All Disemnti nf thn Skin, 1,oam. of the li'-ir. DioMon nf thi Kidney and Spina, Chronio trro Eyt?. S?ai.l Ifftv., 8H Ahcunt, Scurvy, Chorea nr Ht.Vitm Dance, Asth ma, Jaati'llro, Cbronie ltheumtttiiin. Chronio Dubilitjr ftllmrlnsf Ihtermlttoiii or Mftlarioiit Ftoih, and tt'dvu Ariiing- from tli ceailro use of Mercury.' Tho Votfottthto altcmtiro U o (Tore 4 to tfu piiblta M a radical eura fur tho abora named Hi4ea?e9, arising wholly or in part from Impurity or filia tion of (he blood -Ilia bati of lla meets resti p m the well-known alterative proprrttoaf Spaa iih StmaparilU, which i imported oxpreM.T fur the ompoundur of ihln tuodirlua in all its purity; it ia than, with tho addition of other mcilu-al plants alterative and tunic in their action manu fart tired with great cave, and cmcuntratcd in a platnhle form, making by...

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. — 4 May 1860

sr . t . BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1860. VOL. XII XO. GOG. TERMS: THE POST IS rCHLISHKn KVERY FRIDAY, Two Dollars a Year, Payable in Advance. "i-- S atleutiutt fHii lit urder far the pnper unlet aeenmpamied by the Calk. Advertisements will be charged $1 per square of 10 lines, or le.s. fur the first insertion, and 50 ctnu fur eol continuance, A liberal deduction made to tbogc who advertise by the year. ,XPersoni sen.linjt adrcrtisement must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued 'until forbid and charged accordingly.-. For announcing the name of candidates lor office, $i, Cath. Obituary notices over 12 lines, charged at regu lar advertising rates. All communications intended to promote the private ends or interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as adver tisements. Job Won, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circu lars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac. will be execu ted in good style and on reaso...

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. — 4 May 1860

TERMS: TO Pr-i i.ah A Yr.AR. paysMe in advance. Announcing nanus tt" caud.latv fr office $5,00, Cash. Obituary Notice? over twelve Hue?, charged at be repular a-tvcrtising rates. AH eninniiii'ations intention, to promote the pri ate en.ts r interests of Corporations, fvieieti-js, 5chow!s or Individuals, will be charged as adver tiseiuor. Is. lliei, t riilnT ytny I 8 GO. Joseph Walker if our agent in Charles ton, 5s. C to receive subscriptions and ctutract for advvrtiinff. Mouse Creek Male and Female Academy. There will Le a PuMie Examination of the pu pils at Mouse Creek Academy, on Friday and Sat urday, the ISth and 10th of May. The friends nd patrons of the School and the public general ly are invited to be present. Attorney General. The Election for Attorney General will be held on Thursday, the 24th May, in- tant. Withdrawn. We are requested to state that John M. Lillard, of Meigs county, is no longer a candidate for Attorney General in this (4th) Judicial Circuit. The Baltimore...

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. — 4 May 1860

A. New York Republican Convention. Tho Cincinnati (irtzette of Thursday contains the following: Tho Republicans of Now York Iiekf their State Convention vesterdav, at yraeu-. lor me appointment oi a mil , on his paper are all forged. We un.lor-tU-Ie-Mtion to Chicago. If we may judge I f t.ln)l ,),. n tIlo i,;inks in Concord have from the report as to the opening speech j n,,tes !U1(1 tl0 Savin-s Rank there ot the pleading t.thcer, the Convention ias f.wl morttiae of some real estate was not ..nly d.t idedly friendly to Mr. 0,vnoj j,y Stone's wife, to secure it she Seward, as everylly expected, but also llev,r .sfgnel jt. A knowlodire of his rather strongly inclined towards Col. j f. i ic-s was becoming too public and rremont, a another string to Us bow. j jj. knew that the State Prison must be lli certain contingencies, indeed, we may j j.- home if he lived, and he took the anticipate that Mr. Seward's name will j fill8i drauiht.-J.Mf.frf.rfX 7.) Mirror. W withdrawn from the contest...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 May 1860

A Purifier wi" the Blood, and certain cure fur Scrof ula or Kin Evil. Lumbar Abscess. Hip Dis ease, 'White Swelling, all Diseases of the Skin, Dunwi of the Diseases of the Kidneys and Spine. Chronic Sore Eye. Scald Head, Salt Rheum. Scurvy. Chorea or St. Vitus' Dance. Asth ma, Jaundice, Chronic Rheumatism. Chronic Debility following Intermittent or Malarious Fevers, And all diseases arising from the ex cessive use of Mercury. The Vegetable alterative is offered to the public as a radical cure for the above named diseases, arising wholly or in part from impurity or vitia tion of the blood the basis of its success rests upon the well-known alterative properties of Span ish Sarsaparilla, which is imported expressly for the compounder of this medicine in all its purity; it is then, with the addition of other medical plaats alterative and tonic in their action manufactured with great care, and concentrated in a palatable form, miking by the combination one of the best Alterative Medicine...

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. — 11 May 1860

A 1 $ A A .fa-) hMW33M ?1 f ' c. ijf'ml& aa! nv SAM. IMVIXS. ATHENS, TEXX., 71111) AY, MAY 11, 1800. - X IV- it TXK.JCS: i f rt mit Hint. TaaDataetaTtoe-.P tA4t. ft" """ ' a i ar I im. -. i-im tr . 4 '- -' - - "?"T"i, . -- alua Mrtww kt 11.4 l-r u,.a r I . . P4a. -a,..- aa. KanautWuM ..t --. iwrn. r aMia.il la kaaii .4 .karra " . " r I i - ' TW. om, n wL l-t h ft kWa w -t,a ! .U k r i.lXantW-mtlM U tut. Cl. .rwt'ii n'luiMri'l " " Tt Cni.tioo. fi. r-ii.Bf .1 -lirlr.-fi1r in tn-.i-r riu ! fn m ti. ".r i;. n -n iT-i-liiT. Thn'it -t.j. H "' 'f '. rlT. rl r".!ii.- d--'. T I hi f il. i.rli' "f ili ''ii'ii e!'.' l.i i. 1 1. .(! .n l!. Tf i. ''! ri i; k iiu. f'.-.ifi in II ri ! l!..u..l' li'l ill - r -.i" cv.I I n I ! ii.r.'i"l nlii'f f'J (' ir jr-i"n l " Trrl x.' I;. IjIo. 't. I.f I ! r-l.'- r-! in r. nn-rl on ih ii ri-lit'." nn.'!!." ntiliii n. m ..ri ( ll.i' l" r lii l-ilr iuml-f f .,'rir. I '.'C ) n'7 mi. l-,l .o. ft w.uwln i,ri lit '1 r,f ll.m K ; mil..lri f i-mli. I'..ni ti. n. si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 May 1860

njff A Purillur oi mc i'lood, and uurtam iuw rr .vnr ulaiir Kin' Evil. Lumbar Ah-tciM. Hip cue, White Swjllinr. nil Dta'aHM f tha skin, Dimum of ihe I r, DiMititHm f the Kidm-v-i andepino, Chronia si n- !. Stmid IK-nd. fruit llhaum,:ici!rvy,Cli04- m St. Vitus' Dnwo. th nrt, J-mniliiru, Chrmie Rhomnaiifin, t'hnmin Debility following Intermittent r MalnriuuM Favors, and all d.ieu!;f aiiaing Cixjiu. tii x eosiire U40 of Mrarr. Tha ViijjotaJdc alUtmtiru Is offurod tn tho pnhlie ti a radii1 'ura fur the a horn nnmud dtrteaiMts, an-in;: wholly or in part front impurity or vitia tion of tlia blood b bashi of itu aiiccoN rpnta up m Llio well-know 1 alterative properties of r-nun-i.b Saraapaiilln. which if" iinprtmlsproHy fr His eoinnoiimkr of I his muiUi'hiu in ail it purilv: it is then, wilb tha addition of oihtr mudiitil plums alterativa and Umic ia ihuir wtiou miuuimcnm"! with trrpiit fiiro. and conrentniiiil in a piuaiiiiHtt Alterative Modictiius ever uniiI. tt ii mii'l. yet active in i...

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. — 11 May 1860

- 4 bunday School CVuvcutiou. Fur the IVst. Mr. EMtor: Tlio .Sil.l,alli S linnl Con vention wliit-li convened in tlii place on Tliursiltiy 3d hut., ailjounu J .Saturday. 3 o'cliiok, r. M., nftora very jilcuaant, und wo trust, i:oliwl'!i! 8' sM'iii. TIi ere iv.ti clcliv'iiti'ii lirro from most of tlio counties of KjH T- iiiu'ow, mid all of thorn sc-eimd (Ulifliti-d will, Athens. Tlie regular .rooei-ilins of tho C'on Tentiun were or.l.Tf.l to bt published in the Xiilivillo Clu-iatiuii Advocate in oili ciul form, with a viUi-st that uvular papers friendly to the cnuce of Sulibiilh iSi hnoU copy them. The nbjoct of thin communication is togivcasUosiliof an in terestingcpiide"not in the prnrumtne " On motion of President liowley, it was resolved that the Convention adjourn to meet in the Chapel of Athens Fumalo College, Saturday, 1J o'clock, P.M. After examining the Collrjin rdilicc, ami ml ' miring its fino proportion, its airy and delightful situation, with its grand view of tho-4owu a...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 May 1860

II : ti f J r i J en r.isUI ii V l Ur. Mil t I' nut i i rr"' A'.t.fB ,f-fc HMUI -I Is. I Il 'ir. , i .a,.-. I t v ' i ' ' ' ''' jj, , 1B .!, , , II ti...- I I" Sr r- -I ' !.' ' "I '" Jti:, It'lU l''' I.MUii ,t,. t, h fl t u l,i lifca-M. Irllal. ! M. . .1 ..iti Wn i l er'H 1 r,-, I,., f r . i rti ' -i u.i f asa.ua-1 . I a lir.le'Vf. Mjuho C-avk' ZUlo nJ Teinalo Academy. 1km fa.ll N 1'i.Un Plata Mieiioa j Ik I I'lUai ii i i-k I fir '' " a,,,r u., 1 f k at. IV f MJ- Hi fikrwli pan .i.l f ikt ' ) an J lk mUi fuicrfcl 1 ii.iii-4 i U .fi. 1'ouMaib LIiH Academy. TU At.al iauinasiioa 1.1 Ikt I'lfi.l.t.U f II If l fi. lull. twit t f lacM Thursday, lU S ilk. uUm frl!.,), ll.a lilb r May. Tka C..mfnK-i.if)f.t eati'lna em kn Satur day, It ?.b U..I. Bund'-y Bi'hool Convention. Tlx Kiin' .v StIick.I Couvi Dlion met nl Alliriif, on 1 liur-J iy nf Iwt wmk. Tlifie M t Ur' nui.it'. r of rrnrlit ri-clit. V rri dial niilrli g.Hi.1 Km iIhiip cnli'tl Ulnl la roni'HO llm ol.j.rta in VirW. A ommunirHiion o...

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 June 1860

m&H)mi -ft i BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JUNE 22,-1860. VOL. XII-NO. 613. 5 TERMS: ' THE POST tS PUDLI8IIRD IVKTIT FtUDAY, Two Dollar a Year, Payable In Advance. JV attentinn paid to ordeii or the pap miect accompanied by Ml Co A. . AbvitfiTisRirBKTS will be charged $t por fqntr of 10 linofl, or low, for tho first insertion, and 60 contt for each conttnunnco. A liberal deduct ion ttmdo to thoio who adrertino bjr the year.- PurMont ending advcrttscmenU must mark tlit numbor of times thoy desire them Inserted, or they will bo continued until forbid and oharged acoo rd i n g y.8i For announcing tho names of can dido to for office, $j, Vah. Obituary noticoi over 12 lines, charged at regu lar advertising rates. All communications Intended to promote tho prlrato ends or interests of Corporations, Societies, 8fhools or tudivlduals, will bo charged as adver tisements. Job Won, such ax Pamphlets, Minntos, Circu lars, Cards, lllanks, Handbills, Ac, will bo execu ted iu Rood s...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 June 1860

v . .TERMS t ' ' Tto fot.t.Ae a Tt, psrehlt In eMeinee, Aattoaneing mniu ef esnelldatet for eflree $4,00, Cash. - - OMtuary Jfnttwi oor twelve lines, olmrged at AUoom'raanlratlone intended to promote the pri vate entia or hi'tnrosts of Corporation, floetettos, ftchoolt of Indtvldoals, will bo c bar god a sdvor-ttaetaoote. . - FOIl PRE8IDRNT, tOEK.BEtt, : or tersrsIi:. POH VICB PBBfJIORNT. EDWARD EVERETT, or massacri'siitt. ELECTOHtL TU'KKT. ' r on rna stat. it largs. IUIlIK PKTTON, of Borancr. ' N. Q. T At LOR, of Carlor. The Constitution, the UnioAf and Ut Enforcement of the Laws. . A thou, lilltn Jtae 32, I80O. Masonio Celebration, Saturday, 23d, ORDER or Till DAT. ifemberl Of Meridian Sun Lodge, No. fio, and vialtlng brethren, will met In Lodge Room at 9)t o'clock, A M., Proeemloo will move, ireeedcd bj Athene Brase Dand, to tbe Depot and receive the Cleveland Charter at lOV; thenoe to the Hrthodlet Chnreh, where an Addreee will he delivered by Rev. KaAsrcs Rowlrv, Prttl Jeht Ath...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 June 1860

7r nr. v..;.. n- . . - r ' 1 Later Trom Europe.;.,- Nsw York, June 17.Th steamship JIammonia arrived to-day, bringing Lon don paper of Juno the 4 til, but nothing Inter from Liverpool than the Niagara's advice, alio having left Southampton im mediately after the arrival of the Morn ing train from London. - Advices from Sicily announce that the fcnpolUnn army capitulated to Garibal di. Tha articles, which tvera signed on board the British war steamer Hannibal, between General. Wit nnd Garibaldi and tlif Kevnlutonary Committee, stipulate tilt the NoR)olimn army, 25,000 strong, sliuld quit 1'ulei mo with all tho honors of war and embark, with their material, on board tho Neapolitan squadron. The evacuation was to commence June 4th. A terriblo and desperate fight, in which many women participated, had occurred previously, at the St radio, which reaulteJ in the repulse of the latter, and the imme diate commencement of the bombardment from the Neapolitan squadron. The above news reached l...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 June 1860

S ' : - - -tmm 1 I w 1 ., . . V - C vFover and Ague, fern triilrh manalnl aulfrr V Urjw part ol the globe. It the cornpottrnr of ill seasnl notion I the rum, tndurM kr the poisonous miasm of eenetnhle dccur. Thle exhalation la eroWrd hy tat action of lolaT heat no rent anil, Mid tine with tfc water vapor Crmn it. White the aim In below the aoriaoa this Yapor linitera near th rnrth'a tor fate, and tht lira to taken frith It through th limits into too htood. Thero It acta aa an irrit aling poison on tht rnttrrral riacermand Meretlng ortrana ef the bod. The Km heoomea torpid and faila to eeorrte not only thia rinia, but nlao the bile from the blood. Both the virus and the bile aecumulato In the circulation, and produce violent comtitu tMmnt disorder. The apleen, the Vldneya, and th etomach armnathiie with the Mrer, end became diaordered also. I'inallr, the Instinct of enr on f raniem, is If in an attempt to expel the noxlon. fusion, concentrate the whnlo blood of the bodr In the Intern...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 July 1860

BY SAM ; P. I VIM Athens, tenn., Friday; july 20, isgo. VOL. X1I--N0, G17. TERM: t tit post ti usushed evert imdat, ; . Two Dollar Year, Payable In Advanee. t 1V Ha tl'tiM "' ffrrfer or (Ai NflfrNMwMnM hf tha Cat. -f -.-''i AnTaaTisamimi wlllbaehartodll par square of I linen, fit Ism, fur tha flnt intortion, and 60 mala fur wk ewllman, A liberal detlnvtion mih to thoM who wlrartlM by the year. jpVPnriumt madias adrortiMmenti mutt mark the aamber or limes they denlre them Inserted, or the; will be oontlnood aatil forbid and charged accordingly. - For aonoaadng the Battel of candidates fur offli-e, Vath. - .. Oliitaary nattcci aver It lines, charged al regn lar advertising ratee. All eoaennicatioat Intended lo promote the private anda or interests of Corporal iuai, Societies, 8ekools or IadWIdaali, will ba oharged as adver tisement. . Jot Woaa. each as Pamphlet. Minnies, ClirM Urn, Cardr, Blaaka, HaadbUlt, r., will ba axeca ted in aaod tjrla aad on raaaonabla tarrni. - All lattora Mld...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 July 1860

TV' TERMS l . Two DoutH Y, pyM to advaaia. ' Aaumartag um of aawrkUtM for ) ,, Ouk. , . Obituary Nollow arar twalr tlndfcj Tft4 at tkaragalar adwrtUinf rata.- . '- . - All oaaiahrtitesUiona intemleil to promot lb pri rata audi or Intoroata f Corporation, atoclctiet, K?koU or UdlrlduOt, will Wa M litaracnti. FOR PRKSIDKST, JOHH BBLl, .' . of nnniti. . i fort VlCPRBPID8?IT,w EDWARD EVERStf, or AsentETT. - ' E LECTOR ALTICKKTi roa ran stats at i.ao. -RAILIR PEYTON, of Suma.r. N. a. TAYLOR, of Carter. Tlie Constitution; the Union, and the hiyorcement of tlie Laws, Athraa, Friday tmlf 0 . Deoahir Academy, Tbar will be a puulh) aiatdlnation of tbo atn. daoU of tbla Itntltmioti, oa Wcdnoxlay and Thumlay, Jlh and Mth itutattU Friday 27th, icmaa in Daclamation, ComoaltloB and Ora tlona. B FRAZIER, Printlpal. Bon. Wm, B. Reese. The lion. Wm. B. Reese died fit Via residence near Knoxville, on the morning of the 7th instant. In tho 67th yenr of his age. lie was a man of market! abilities, and f...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 July 1860

IT7 Origin , of Natlona-The Laws of ; ; Revolution. According 10 the Mosaic Institute, on n eertoitt annual occasion the. people of isiaoi, in order to preserve the. memory of Ilia humility .'of tholr , orlg!nwor re quired to present themselves before the Lord, onoh with nbnskot.ln Ms hand con taining the fruits of 4Ut earth, and to peat a formula beginning ns follow I "A Hyrian ready to perish was my father; aiwl Jie vVent down Into Egypt and Sojourned there with n fe, mid became (hero o na tion, great, hiighty,nnd populous.". ' : Whether the time will ever arrivo when, in wrms ss brier as these, will be' stated nil that is distinctly known of the origin anil early history of the people of this eon tinent, is a question that lioiio tnuv nn swer with, promptitude, but over, which erudition will be Inclined to hesitate: We speak with great confidence of a civiliza tion founded upon ft bosk no substantial that any other than a forward progress is Impossible ; of institutions to (irmly...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 July 1860

Fever and Ague, trim which mankind suffer hrg part ( th globe, I the mnseqtieiiee of a diseased etton In the system. Induced by the potsonsiie rrriaswi of Tcgetalile deoey. Toil exhalation fa evolved b the action of solar heat on wrt mil, and Km wltn, tha watery vapor frmn it. While the aim in below the boriann this vnpnt lingers near the earth'a anr face, and the Tinia ta taken with it through, tha lunge into the blood. There It arts as an Irritating; poison on tht internal viscera and ei cretin organs ofthebodyi The liver bceomoi torpid and fatla to secrete not only thia virus, but aln tha bile from the blood. Both tha Time and the bile neewnulMe in tha cimilation, and produce violent omtin Uonal dieorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and the atomach sympathise with tha liver, and become disordered also. r'inllyi the Instinct of oar or ganism, aa If in an attempt to expel the noxious infusion, eoncentratea tha whole blood of the body hi the Internal excretorie to force them to eaet it...

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