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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 August 1860

' ' ' in I BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENK, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 18G0. YOL:XII-NO. G20. 11,,'',''lll"'1'i"BJtntJWWMWMWMIaM TERMS: THE TOST IS PUnUSHKD FIVBIir f RTDAT, Two Dollars a Year, Payable in Advance. V$U A'o nttriitinn jmtVf to order Jot thi paper uulca acctiuipauieU by the (Janh, AnvKRTiHEMKKT will be ohnrfHi $1 per iquare of 1U linos, or Icbb, for tlio firn Insertion, anil 60 conta for curh coni inuAni'O. A litwml (kiluction in tula to tlioiO who advertise by the year. JfPtwmit on4injt ftdrertlsemtfntii mu)t mark ihe number of timna tboy desire tnem In.wrted, or tboy will bo eimlinuotl until forbid anil charged accordingly. Tor nnuoiincing tlio names of candidates for oPi'-c. $ri, Vah. Obi'tiiiry notices over 12 linni. charged at rebu ilt r advertising rtitt?. All common .ration Intended to promote tbo private ends or Interests of Corporations, Societies, Pcho'dfl or Individuals, will bo charged as adver tisement!. Job Work, such as P.imphlets, Minute, Circu lars, Cards. Wank...

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. — 10 August 1860

-fin t nf TERMS : t)o1.L.(Hi a Yrn. pv.i! to tn rfvanre. Aunuuni-lnfc nnmri of cantidutei for vfUe ti.OO, C.h. Olii.imr.v XMio ovn twelve Iiiwj, clurjrv-l tt rate or lti,i' tn of ruip,rr:tk:ii', S.M'ivlH-. H'IjodIa f.r IniUh'Kit'U, will 1j0 ulMit"d aj fi lv.t JOHN BELL, or Tl:N:li:sl:i:. run, vice l'KK.-ii'K.vr. EVFSETT, Of UASS-icltrs etts. t: . l' i- t i) u A . 'i' 1 1 u : f. VOn TlIS STA1K AT I. inn K. MlUIi rKYTuX. ft S'.iiiiht. N. U. TAYI.fill, i f Cark'i-. riis-nuts-msAi. i"Tnti-in. I-l PUt. JAf. W. lr. Vii:iii K.vl MVuimrl I). II O. 1' TKMIM.K. . f hn..i. I AT.t-Hl.il (' M,!iWI !,) -f le.-Mir.r.. lh " P. f. HUNIi.X. of .iiih. Kb I'.tiW Mill I. iH I. Ali.tt. ift',ltci. mh " vm. k. :i:iu-iirvA;,. ..f i.iii-.. rih " joiin r. iMnn n. ..r ,;n.-. 8ih " JOHN V. !I H --I'. ..f .V ,fil-.. n, rv lili Al. IN I! W K r.S. ..r ( arr II. li't'.i" TiKNJAMlo l. .SA1IHUS...I fiu-llv. The OmstiOitnm, the I'lf-jii, ''(.'-.-.7:'i)'rm:nijni of .'-Vj 1 a. A Ml : .-. rlilu) Ihii. IO, I SHI). ittf- 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. — 10 August 1860

Later Prom Europe iN'Kiv York, ,Aiijt(it 2. Tha M on flier Asin lias nrrivutl. Tho J'nlorino porivv loniloiU of tlie civ York Times nys tlio oxintcmio of n 'cpcoik' treaty bntwocn l'rixnoo nml Pieiln'ont hns boon disruvcr ml by Onril'iiMI, wlini-uby rioilinnnl will bo n.l!vcrl to Sicily, but not tlio M ifslipo nor Unibrm. IMcdinnnt m.iy Imvo Vcnir.o if nlio can win bor. Franco' is to Imvo tlio Inlands of Saitl i riin ami Klb:i hint o'liot territorial Kninls. H I ii1'':;.;ol tti.it tlic treaty Is already fiirnn.l. Tlio Rteami r JOuruno nf ived at Liver lnl on tlio V I t. KlphinstniiP, ''ovcrilorof Donibay, died on tho l'.lrtt, Svri . Tim tlni'liahs nro lenvins tlio interior for the roust. It is said that All dil Kmle oll'erod his services to jS'npoloon ! for tlio rupinessinn of tiro ntrodties at J.''l nnon.il V canoe will fine bim 8m HI men. IK pcrts are i:unont in I'ai is of an ifi.iieof two million franes treasury bonds for a Syrian expedition, tlen. l'oriolier is np j)ointed 1'ren...

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 August 1860

f .. . AVER'S Ague Cure, rOR TUB SPEEDY CURB Of Intermittent Fever, r Fever and Am.e, Remittent Fever, Chill Fover, Dumb Ague, Fcriodicnl lIendiuhc,or Ilillous Ilrnrinchc nnd Dillons Fevera. indeed tor tho w holfl clnss of disrnsci origU niitlng in biliary derangement, mimed by the Miliaria of mius.iiulic countries. No one remedy is louder called fur hy the Jneessltita of the American pcoplo than a sure and safe cure fur Fever nnd Anno. Bitch wo are now enabled to olTcr, with a fiulect certainty that it will eradicate tho (Hecate, nnd with insurance, founded on ptoof, that no hurra cuu arise bout its use in any quan tity. That which protects from or prevents this disorder must (o of immense service in the I'omniunlties where it prevails. Prevention is Iwtter than euro, for tli3 patient escapes tho tik which ha must run in virion t ottucks of this baleful dUtcnpcr. This "Cuac" expels tho ni'iumntio pnison of l'cvr.a axh Acwb fiom tho system nnd prevents tho develop, ment of tho disea...

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. — 17 August 1860

r- - - .... - v. ' " 'vr-try x- t v- t. BY SAM. -P. I VINA ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 18G0. VOL. XII-NO. C21. 15 :i ' f r i TERMS: Tntt post is puhlisiikd rtkrt Friday, Two Dollars Year, Payable In Advance. 3a, JVb attention paid to order Jar the paper Barest accompanied 6jz the Uaeh. AnrpjimsitvasTS will ba charged $1 per square of 10 lines, or less, for the firm Insertion, and 60 cent for oach continuance. A libarnl dodur.tioD Bids la thoM who advertise hjz tbo year. rPoroni Rending advcrtisoinenta must mark tha number uf tlmci they desire them Inserted, or they will be continued uutil forbid and charged accordingly. For annonncing the names of candidates fur office, $A, Cimh. Oldtaary 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. Jos Wonit, sneh as Pamphlets, Minnies, Circu lars, Cards, Hlank", Handbill...

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. — 17 August 1860

Qthiu gust. TERMS) Two fcel.LAM Yuan, paynhUt hi eAranee. AnnoaBcinaaamM of candidates for office $6,00, Cash. Obituary Notices (intf tw1raef charged at I he regular advertising- tales. All eenrmunicaaione iutpodad to promote tn pfV ate m4i o interest of Corporations, ftoelotiea, Schools or Individuate, anil Jm charged u adver SlseMenla. FOR PnEStUKNT, . JOHN BELL, . i ' ' FOR TICK PKSflDENT, EDWARD EVERETT, irMcRvsNrrs. m L. ETC f ORAL TICKET, ' roa TBI ST ATI AT LAROF!. BAILIR PEYTON, of Pnmnn. M. U. TAYLOR, of Carter. covaaissioxAL Maimers. lVl,yr.?ADKil.I.CK,nfir,htoloHtlo field of Buena Vista nnd Gen. Jo. id AI.FItKD CAi.DWi'.l.L, f . 4th f. 8. STANTON, of Smith. 8th" EDWAllf. OOI.LAUAY, of , th WM. t?. KrSrlCIIKVAL. of Lincoln. Tth JOHN C. BROWN, of Giles. 8th JOHN 1'. HOl'MR, of Montgomery, th A1.VIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. 10th" jpNJAMIN 1). NAU0R8, of Bhclhy. Tli GmstitiUion, die Union, and tlte Enforcement of die Lain. Athene, Friday, Au. IT, ISflO. Monday, August 27 Thursday...

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. — 17 August 1860

r, """ 'r '.' Tho Union. Tha offisct of Lincoln', .dfaotion anon 'wtlio country is tlius jortnfett fcy one of the ableat una most conservative journals of the South the Savannah Republican, Let it bo read by Union man.ljy Iemo crats, and by all good citizens who wih .wall to the country! '' Wlialevnr we may think about disunion, tioninn A-nmt what will le the immediate orho ultimate result f tit j and there fore wisdom, prudence, common nine, interest and patriotism riVl unito to urge us to preserve tho "Union of the States, so Ionian neither our C'oustitutionnl j-iphts, our interests 'nor liuTTiohor nrb Invaded. Will any .reasonable man say that there is iov any existing, sulllcicnt, just cause, why we should dissolve the Union, and risk the hnznrrt of tho consequences? Surely not. We do not regard the eleo- Hon ol Lincoln such cause j nor do we bo liove a majority f .the Southern people, oeuld the question he left try tliom, -would consent to un.k tli momentsis experi ment, with s...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 August 1860

i 11 i i i i i 1 Fever and Ague, torn which mankind suffer tm larfl. part of (he glob, ft the cons.niH'nee of a diseased action In th. system, indurod djt the poisonous miasm of ea;etshl. decs.. This exhalation la evolved by the action of ml" heat on n ot toil, and rises with the watery vapor from it. While the aim ia below the horiton thif vapor tinners near the earth's auv face, and the virus ia taken with it through the lungs into the blood. There it acta aa an irritating poison en the internal viscera and excreting organs of the body. The liver becomes torpid and fails to eecrete not only this vims, but also the bile from the blood. Both the virus and the bile accumulate in the circulation, and produce violent consiltu ajonal disorder, -The spleen, the kidneys, and the atomarh sympathise Willi the liver, and become disordered' also, finally, the instinct of our or- nnism, at if in an attempt to expel the noxious nfinion, concentrates the whole blood of the body In the internal e...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 August 1860

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 18G0. VOL. XII NO. G22. TERMS: TUB POST 18 PDBL18IIKD RVRRY FRIDAY, Two Dollars a Year, Payable In Advance, ISL No attention paiit to ortiert Jur the pnpct Unlet aocomjmnictt by tht L'tttk, Advrrtirrmkkts will bo eharjrcd $1 per iqnnro of 10 lines, or loan, for tho flrft insertion, nml 50 ceiita fur unnh continuance. A liberal deduction mndo to tliono who mlvcrti by tho your. frWwtant ncndinff ailvortta-mcnti munt mnrk tho number uf tlmoa tlioy doflro them Inscrteil, or they will be continued until forbid and charged accordinftly.Ti For announcing tho names of candidates for office, $5, Vaht Obituary notices over 12 linos, charged ut regu lar advertising rates. All communications Intended to promoto tho private ends or interest of Corporation, Societies, Schools or I u dividual, will be charged as adver tisement . Job Work, sncli a Pamphlets, Minutes, Circu lars, Cards, Blanks, Handbill, Ac, will be exocu ted in good stylo and on r...

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. — 24 August 1860

I TERMS? CvoYtaM.ias 1 Vim, pinMi In advanc. Annonnoing nuiu of candidates for efflo $3,00, -Cash. Obituary Nollcss rer tmlrs linen, charged at -ska regular aihwa-MsinTls. All manlaatlons intended to promote the prl aate ti4i or :KMmta of Corporation!, gocielies, ftckonhotlndh-iUoals, will be charged a adrer fi semen r. XR jRSIl)b-NT, JOHN BELL, FOR VICK PRESIDENT, EDWARD EVERETT. Or BASSACMJfleSTt-S. . E Ei R C T O It A L TICKET, rOTaTT AttAHOII. BAIUC PEYTeX, of Siunncs. N. O. IAVLH, of ttu-tc. cavnmBsiosAi. nmrnicTS. t llt. JA8. W. PEAT)KHICK,f WssVrngten. in - u. r. i KMriH, or hmn, 8.1 ALFRKD CAtmEU of Mi-Minn. 4th 8. 8. STANTON. f Pmilh. 6th " EDWARD I. (10M.ADAY, of Wllsoa, 6th " WM. F. KERCIIKVAU of Lined. 7th JOHN C. BROWN, of (Jilt. 8th JOHN F. HOI'SK, of Montgomery. lh " AI.VIN HAWKIN8, of Carroll. 10th " BENJAMIN II. NAIIORS.of Shelby. The Constitution, tiic Union, and tlte Aajorcement ojyoie Laws, Athene, Friday, Alia;, , 1 8 no. Meigs County, rcuit Court will commence ...

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. — 24 August 1860

ft , , . .. An Act Ta Incorporate the Capital Stock of tlio Union and I' I an ten' Bank of Tennessee, and to In corporate the Hank of Tranklnnd. Skcttos 1. He it rnArtcd by the (Jcneral Arw htuof the State of Tennetnee, Thiit the President, l)ircctor and CompanY of the 'Tnlon Bank of the State of TennoMnc," under the nnmo (if the Union Bunk of Tennessee," and the Planters' Uank of Tennessee, be bodies politics nnJ corpo rate, until the first day of Jununry, 1878, vlth till tlie powers and privileges, duties and obligations, ami subject to all tho stipulations and provisions of the acts pawed tho iSlh day of October, I8:t2, and the 15th day of November, 1833, chartering said Punks, and the acts amendatory thereto, ns now binding on each roFpectlvoly, except bo far ns tho same nro altcrod, repenlcd or moditled hy nn act Aot passeU on the fill, day of February, 1800, styled "An Act to reform and regulate tho bus iness of Hanking In Tennessee' to which snid charters arc subject, and tha...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 August 1860

Ague Cure, to triiD cvtn or Intennlttent Ferer, or Ferer and A rue, Remltteat Fever, Chill Ferer, Dumb Afie, Periodical Headache, or Billon. Headache, and Billoas Ferer, Indeed for the whole clan of disease orif ! ating In blliarr derangement, caused r the Malaria of miaamntlo countries. Mo one remedy U louder called for by the ecenitics of the American people than a cure and wfe cure for Ferer and Ague. Suoh we are now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate the dinaw, and with Murines, founded on proof, that no harm can ariae from iu use in any quan tity. That which protect from or prerenal this disorder must be of immense service in the communities where it prevails. Prtvtntion is better than euro, for the patient escapee the risk which he must run in violent attack of this baleful distemper. This "Cobb" expel the miasmatio poison of Fsvbb aim Aoua from the system and prevent the develop ment of the disease, if taken on the first ap proach of its premoni...

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. — 7 September 1860

J BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: TltH Oflt 18 PUBLT3IIKD KVRRY FRIDAY, Two Dollar a Year, Payable in Advance. A'o attention pa hi to ordvn Jor the paper nut eta uccoiHpantra the van A n VKitTidKMKXTH will bo chnrgc'l II per ifjunre 01 iu it lie. r iom. lor i no nrt iimTMon, aim! oil cents fur each noni .nunnco. A lilicrnl luliif Mon malo to thoso who (Klverhne liy tho year. PtMonf flctvlintt auvortipemvnts mn.t murk the ifiimtier of timuA they do si re tliem inscrtci, or llioy will hoconltnucu until turbid nnd charged icrilinir1y.'rrj.' For ftitnnuncing tho namoa of candidates fur oinco, ?j, tff. Oliitunry noltcs over 12 line, charged at regit lr advurtlirfng tote. All cummuiiiciitiuno Intended to promo to the privHto omirt ur tntcrunts ot t'urporatiuiij., Societies, Scb'joln or ludividuuls, will be charged ui adver liiement8. Job Wontr. surh tin Pamphlets, Minute, Circu lar., Curd, Wank., HamlUillp, Ac., will he execu ted in Rood stylo and on renontiMc terms. All letter addressed to tho ...

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. — 7 September 1860

r w, TERMS. Two DotLlat A Ysas, parable- In arfranee. Anoeuaolug um of candidate! for oflce (6,00, Cash. Obituary Notice! orer twelve Hum, charged at (he regular advertising rates, All oemnmnleattoni intended to promote Ihe pri vate end) or Internet! of C'orporntioni, Societies, Bchoole or Individual, will be charged ai advertisements. FOR riltSIDKNT, JOHN BELL, Or Tft.TXKSHKI. FOR VICE VRKf TDEXT, EDWARD EVERETT, Of M ASSACSCSKTTa. liLECTIIKAl, TICKCT, ro Tn stats at Linos. BAILIE PKYTON, of Suranor. N. 0. TAYLOR, of Carter. CO.XuntMlog.tf, ImiTRICT. let Diet.JAS. W. nEADERTCK, or Washington, Jil " 0. P. TR.MPLK, of Knot. Id ALFRED CALDW KLL. of Mc.Minn. 8. 8. STANTON, of Kmilh. EDWARD I. 00 LL A DAY, of Wilson. WM. t. KERCHKVAL. of Lincoln. JOHN C. BRllW.N, of Gllee. JOHN P. HOUSE, of Montenmerv. ALVIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. BENJAMIN D. NABORS.of Shelby. 4th th " ih " 7 th Sth " Sib 10th ' Ike Constitution, the Union, and the Anjorcement of the Laws. Athene, Frltlwr. September T 1 8...

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 September 1860

1 r StaU'Eleotors at Winchester Fey ton, Haynos and Folk, Correspondono. of the Ropublloan Banner. Winchester, Tenn., Aug. 20, 'CO. Editor (if the Banner! The three candi dates for Elector for the Stato, Messrs. Peyton, Hnynes and TolU, were with us to-dny. I have not time now to write you a full account of the discussion. Col. Peyton lod oft, Col. Hnynes followed, and then came Col. Polk, who was quite unwell, and was only able to speak a few min utes. The debate was an ablo and dignified one. The parties were all remarkably courteous and respectful towards each other, conducting the whole affair in the most gentlemanly manner. Col. Toy ton's speech was all that we had expected of him. It was a strong and cogent argument on the great ques tions of the day, and he was listened to with marked attention by all parties. The lucid and clear manner in which Col. Peyton presents the Union question is compelled to have a wonderful elfect upon the peoplo of Tennessee. No man can hear him an...

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. — 7 September 1860

AVER'S Ague Cure, ro Tn irctDT com o Intermittbit rerer, or Fever and Ague, Remittent Festsr, Chill Fever, Dumb A(ae, Periodical Headnrhe.or Billon Ileadnchn. and Dilioni Fevers, indeed for the whole clan of disease orlgl nntlnsj In biliary derangement, caused br the Malaria of miasmatic countries. No on remedy is louder called for by the aecessitict of tho American people than a sure and safa cure for Fovor and Ague. Such we sr now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicate the disease, and with assurance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise from its us in any quart tit jr. That which protects from or prevents thi disorder mutt bo of immense service in th communities whero it prevails. Prevention is better than cure, for the patient escapes the tiak which he must run in violent attacks of this baleful distemper. This " Cubb " expels the minsmntio poison of Fever and Aoua from tho system and prevents the develop mait of the disease, if taken on the first ...

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. — 14 September 1860

5 1 r BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 18G0. VOL. XIII--NO, G25, TERMS: THK POST 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, Two Dollars a Year, Payable in Advance. "V'HU No attentitm paid to order J or the pnpet mirM ttccmnpunird by the CVtuA. Ai.vkhtikkmkst will bo charge! $1 prriqunm of 10 linun, or loan, fur tho flrnt iiincrtlnn, nml 6H coma fur ench mmitnuanno. A liberal ilutlurtiun niii'lo to tltnuo who ailvcrtlio y tlio yvtiv, rfT'Pcrnonti on)inff iKlvorMjoinents must murk tho ntimlmr of timcn thoy dcniro thorn inurful, r they will be onntinuml until forbid and charged accordingly, "fr Fur nnniiunchig tho names of candidates fur oflVe, $j, Vnh, Obituary notices over 12 llnti, charged at regu lar ndvcrtiftitiff rates. All communications intended to promote tho private ends or intercuts of Corporations, Societies, Hchwds or Individuals, will bo charged as adver tisements. Job Wohic. such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circu lars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will bo execu ted in ...

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. — 14 September 1860

v. -. ' Ilitns gost. TERMS : .f rft Hot LAm a Ykah, payahle In a-tranc. Announcing nainei of caatlidatbi fur otfiw $jt00, Ci-h. Obituary XutU'e over twelve linos, charged at (ho rfflr alvcrtlsi(f ratei. All o mmmi .cation intended to promote tho prl vt enl9 nr inU'roM of Cirpnmlim, ftipfctiw, S.'hrto'.a or Eudivliual. will be charged m dvcT- 1 OH HKEIDKNT. ' JOHN BELL, Ho ton VICE HI K Sin EXT, EDWARD EVERETT, Or MASSACtll'SKTT. tir.c 'i' o it i. ' i (.' k r. t. con tot. statb at urm. 1 SAIMB PI.YTON', ft Sumner. .:. N..O. TAYLOR, of Carter. rexeatsstexu. mstt.icts. 1st Hist. JAS. W. M:V!)KRICK,orVblngton. 21 O. 1'. TKMl'LH. ..f Kn..x. 3. " ALl'HKL) CAI.DWKLL. of McMinn. 4th P. S. PTAXTOV. nf Smith. 6th ,f:i)WAHI I. Uiil.T.AI'AV. of Wi!on. Crb " WM. H. KUKCNKVAL. of Lincoln. rt " joiim c. niinws-, or uiks. Jth JOHN V. JIOUSF. of Montgomery. Hth ALV1N lmVKIXS. of (.'im-nll. lOlIi" lili.NJAMIN 1). SAIlOllS.cif Phcltir. 77i Cotmltlution, the I'hwii, (tti'l Ihe Enjorctment of ihe Lavs. ...

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. — 14 September 1860

sxrw Seotional Hatred. Tlie Black ltopulilicnn minors in llin ifnrtli ni engaged in making Inflamma tory oppenls to llio people to prejudice tlicm nyuinnt tlin South nnd lior institu tion!, and tlie Yfincov-Bieckltlridjie ora tor of tlio South are making aiiniliu- iip )ion a prejudice the South nguinat the North. 'I'll is course is nothing less tlinn Incendiarism, and if unchecked, mu.it in cvititbly result in revolution and civil war. lion. J.. Q. C. Liun.ir, of Misiiwsip. pi, 4ooke at Memphis the other day, ami la Ihu reported in tho Mompliis Appeal: lie spoke of nhnlition threats nnd en croachment, which lie brought up befnro the minds of the appalled secexsioniuls liko "xpiiits from the vasty deep." Ono to look at their distended eyes and hair standing on end "like tlm quill upon the fretful pnrcupiiin." would imagine that they saw tho Goths nnd Vandals of the North coining upon them withehuik ing chains to hind their litnhs ami for ward idem, like so 111 my p ick ige. to lio 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. — 14 September 1860

Y n f - Fever and Ague, from which mankind suffer erer larga put el Hi globe, la th. eoneequenc. of diseased action In th aretem, Indured by the polaonoua mlaam of Vegetable decay. Ttaia exhalation ia erolred br the aotion of aolar heat on wet soil, and rise, with the watery vapor from it. While the aun ia below the horiaon thia vapor linger, near the earth'a sur face, and the Time ia taken with it throiiRh the lunge into the blood. There it acta aa an irritating poieon on the internal viacer. and excreting organ, of the body. The livor becomes torpid and fmla to eecrete not only thia time, but also the bile from the blood. Bntn the time and the bile accumulate In the circulation, and produce violent constitu tional disorder. The spleen, the kidncya, and the Momach aympathino with the liver, and become disordered also. Finally, the Instinct of our or- ffaniam, aa if in an attempt to expel the noxioua nfution, concentrates the whole blood of the body In the internal excretorica to fo...

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