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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 September 1860

Site BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1800. VOL. XIU--NO.- G2G, TERMS: TUB P08T 18 Pl)BM8llKl 8VEIIY FRIDAY, Two Dollars a Year, Payable In Advance. JVo attention paid tn order Jnr the papet unlet accompanied by the GaA. Advkrtisrmftits will be charged per tqnaro of 10 linen, or Ions, for the first insertion, nml 50 cents fur each continuance. A literal detluntion niAle to thn who arirort.M by the year. X:-mPnrtmn sending mlvertiaemciiU nurt mnrk the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged ai!Cordlnly."1H For announcing the names of candidates for office, $5, C'uA. Obituary notices over 12 lines, charged at regu lar advertising rates. All communications Intended to promote the private end or Ititcnvrts of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as adver tisements. Job Wokk, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circu lars, CiirJx, Illnnks, Handbills, Ac, will be oxocu iod in good style and on ...

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. — 21 September 1860

TERMS: Tvo Dom.am a Tkar. ,vrM In ulrance. Announcing ntinti ofcauditetei fur offlc $.,Q0, OWitanry Xntlre or or twelr linen, charged at the regular a'lvertMnfr ratex. All cftmimtnieailttni iiittmtlcil to promote the prt rate enl or inlrep of Corimrnlinpn, Pfcieiefl, AuhooUor InJiviilual. will b rhnre-t a adver-tliismetitp. FOll FRKfMIKXT, JOHN BELL, FOR VICK PRESIDENT. EDWARD EVERETT, 9T SI ASSACIl I'SBTTS. ELtl'TOUAL T ICK l: T. rnn thk stats at umi. ttAU.IK PKYTOX, of l-iimncr. !,'. (i. T AY LOU, of Curttr. rnnni:ssinxAi. lusTnirts. 1st Dint. JAS. W. in.Ti:Kll'K.if Washington. M 0. P. TKMPI.K. of Knn. M " 4th " 8th " 6ih " 7tta Sin " Uih " 10th" ALFKKI1 f'AMiWKLL. of MrMinn. f. fiTANTo.V. ,,f Minilh. EilWAKII t. (i.ll l.AIIAV. i.f Wilson. W.M. V. KKKl'IIKVAI.. of Lincoln. JOHN C. Hltott'.V. of (li!c.. J(ill" F. Ilnrsi:, i.f M inip miTy. AI.VIX HAWKINS. f l-nrn.ll. 11KXJAMIN 1. NAUOltK.nf rO.e'.l.y. The Comtttiiti'mi, the Union, awl the Lnforcemcnl of lite Ltiif. Athens, Friday, 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. — 21 September 1860

Listn to the Councils ot Washing ton, Jefferson, and Jackson. . The unity of government which consti tutes you ( ne peoplo, ii also now dear to you. It is justly so for it is a mnin pil lar in the edifice of your real indepen dence, the support of your tranquility at home, your penoe abroad, of your saltey, of your prosperity, of that very lilierty which you so highly prize. But as it is easy to foresee that from difl'erent causes, and from diflWent quarters, much pains will bo tuken, many artifices employed, to weaken in your minds the conviction of this truth as this is tlio point in your political fortunes against which the bit teiies of internal and external enemies will be most constantly and actively (though often covertly and insiiluouily ) directed it is of infinite moment thut you should pvopcrly estimate the im mense vuluo of your national union to your collective and individual happiness; that you should cherish a cordial, habitu al, and immovable attachment to it, ac cus...

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. — 21 September 1860

Ague Cure, ro mi arts or evil or Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague, Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodical Headache, or Billout Ilendache, and Bilioiu Fevers, indeed for the whole class of disease orlgi natiiif in biliary derangement, caoacd . by the Malaria of miasmatic countries. No one remedy is louder called for by the aecenities of the American people than a sure and safe cure for Fever and Ague. Such wt are now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicato the disease, and with assurance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise from its use in any quan tity. That which protects from or prevents this disorder must bo of immense service in the communities where it prevails. Prevention is better than cure, for the patient escapes the risk which he must run in violent attacks of this baleful distemper. This Curs " expels the miosmatio poison of Fever and Aaul from the system and prevents the develop mcnt of the disease, if taken on the first 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. — 28 September 1860

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 18G0. TOL.XIII-NO. G2T. TERMS: til f08T 18 PUBLI8IIRD EVRRY FRIDAY t Tw Dollars a Ytr, Payable In Advanoa. &a- Yo attention ptiH to onttrt Jor th paprt ft7M metompnuied (Ac Cat. ' AftVRRTtSBMiirrs will b churgH $1 pr square of ! Hims, or I for tb first insertion, and 60 cantt forttcb MMtiKuwice. A liberal deduction made to those who tdrcrttra by the year. aPvinon sending advertisements must mark the D amber of times they desire them Inserted, or they will be eon tinned until forbid and charged arttirdlnirty.lWi For announcing the names of candidates for office, 3, Cat. Obituary notices orer 12 lines, charged at regu lar advertising rates. All oommuntcattons Intended to protnoto the private ends or interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as adver tisements. Job Worst, sack as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circu lars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be execu ted in good style and on reasonable te...

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. — 28 September 1860

" TEnMtl T Dollars A Tsaa, parable la utranee. Anaonneinf hmi of ostMlulatoe for oflleo $a,00, Ch. Obituary Notices mr twelve lines, charged at the rognlar adrertinlne. rates. All ovramtinirMtlttni intended to promote the pri vate endi or Intoreite of Corporations, Societies, School! or Individual!, will be charged u advor-tlMmontf. FOR PUK8IDKNT, - JOHN BELL, -.1 . Or TENNKSSKS, - FOR VICB PRESIDENT. EDWARD EVERETT, Or MASSACmrSSTTS. RLECTORAL TICKET, ron mil stats at iaiioii. HAIT.tR PEYTON, of Snmnrr. N. U. TAYLOR, of Carter. coNonr.MioKAL districts. let DM. J AS. W. TiKADKRICK.ot Wellington. 2d I). I'. TKMPI.K, of Knox. ild " 4th 6th " nth 7th " 8th th 10th ALl'HKD ( Al.liWKI.I,, of McMinn. 8. l. STANTON, of Smith. KHWAHII I. tlOM,Al)AY, of Wilson WM. P. KKHCHKVAU of Lincoln. JOHN C. HHOWN, of Giles. JOHN F. IIOl'MK, of M.ntomerr. A IAIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. I1KNJAMIN I). NABORS, of Shelby. 27ie Oon-ilitxtion, Vie Union, and Vie hnfofcement of (lie Lairs. Alliens, rrldar, Nrplcm...

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. — 28 September 1860

I Bill Yanoey-Who4a He FromHHoStlmi(AI.)?mtli(d; perrroetntk t As this Ihilividiml tins become notorious m consequence of liis bold eH'orts to de stroy tli a Xutionnl Licinocratio party, and to "precipitate the Cotton State into a revolution," under the guise and clonk of ucmooriioy, it nut been ugftesteu to bo roper anit right, Ins antecedonU tliould O referred to oncnaionnllv. Thn tirai'La latitude in which this individUHl first now the light of tiny, has not been fully settled he claims that credit belong to South Carolina, but others sny it is due to n lit tle town In Western New York, culled lmga or Fungai, we don't reoollect which. But that is immaterial. His first political ell'orts were made at Greenville, South Carolina, In favor of nullification and in rebellion to the putriot Jackson, in which ell'orts to nrouse rebellion he most suc cessfully failed. 1 II is first appearance In Alabuma, was in Ciihaba, in 18o7, where ho attempted to disorganise and break up an antiStuto ...

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. — 28 September 1860

"JFever ; and . Ague, imm Mirk manUad torftr fr t hffft fait of kt tlotx, U Um ta.itwii.tMt of 4imtd tetkm Ja ah. mm, induct' V th poltotmit mlaara of aajatabU 6rj. Thit .ih.lation it arolTed bs Ik tathM .f wbt ktat m wrt toil, ud rim with tk wtry rapor Aran it. Whil. tat sua in Mow (ho koriaoa thia vapor linen Bear Iht tarts 'a tur tatt, tod th lni. Im taken with It thronoh tht tang. Into tbt blood. Then it acta an Irritating poitoa ob tht Intarnal aiaoBro and ncrmlna onrana of tk body. Tht li.tr become torpid and faila to Eta not onl thia viroa, but alao th oil from lood. Both th tinia and th bile accumulate drou ration, and prodtet Trolrat con.titu Vassal Atordar. Th aplwn, th kidnfjra, and th at act araipathiM tritk th linr, and baoomt aBtordtrtd alao. Finally, th inttinct of our or raniarn, at If in an attempt to tsptl th noxious nludon, eon centra tea th whole blood of th bodr h tk fcvssmal tsorstoriea to fore them to coat it eat. Th blood leaves th aurfac, and ruehee to the c...

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. — 5 October 1860

-''mi BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: THE POST 18 PUBLISHED EVERY PfttDAY, Two Dollars a Year, Payable In Advance, JVb attention paid to order Jor the paper wit aeeomptttuea tne iti-m. An VMrtTiAKMK.fTS will he rhiirgcd $1 per sqiinro of 10 linon, or leM, fur tlie first insertion, nml 60 Cents for each continuance. A libera 1 deduction mailo to thoo who atlreTtiso by the year. Person nondinjf ftdvortincmentri tmtut mark tb ntunhor F timet thoy dusiro them In sorted, or they will bo continued uutll forbid and charged ccnrdinflly.-rj Fur announcing tho names of candidates fur OTnCO fa, Uaah. Obituary notices over 12 Until, charged at regu lar advortlninir rntop. All Communications Intended to promote tho Srtrato una or tntorunts ut (JorporntlmiK, Hociutiue, ohoott or Individual!!, will bo charged as adver Ueomentfl. Job Wokk, such as Pamphlet, Minute, Circu lars, Cards, lllanks, JIandhiilp, to., will be execu ted In good style and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to tho Proprietor,...

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. — 5 October 1860

TERMS l we Doiaass Ysa, pjatl Is sdvase. Anaaaolng ium of tandldatea for (fln $1,00, 0sak. Obltury Notleas mr twalvs lias armrged t tot regal' sdrartltlng rti. All oriamnleallona Intended to pftrtHot the f ri ate ndi or Intorwu of Corporatlone, BocletlM, ftehools or IdMtMhU, will b charged u sdver- r"OR PRE8IDKNT, .John bell, e fssssMst. FOJl TICK MIERIDEST, EDWARD EVERETT, CT aASSACSttaSTTll. tLltCTCIlL TICKET. ro T STATS AT LARflt. BAII.IR PEYTON, of Rumner. It. . TAYLOR, of Carter. cosotssaiosAL MKTmrrn. 1.1 Plit. JA8. W. PKADERtfK. of Washington. ii - 0. f. TEMPI.K, of Knox. Id " ALFRED CAt.PWKI.I,. of McMinn. 4th ' 8. . STANTON, of Cmilli. tik - EDWARD I. (inl.l.AUAY, of Wilton. 6th WM. P. KKRlMIKVAUof Lincoln, flh M JOHN C. BROWN, of liile. 8th JOHN P. llOVflK. of Montgomery. Ilh " AI.VIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. lOth" BENJAMIN D. NABORft, of Shelhr. TJie Constitution, Vie Union, and Vie Lnforoement of Uie itr. Alboaa, trldar. Or lake r 5, 1800. Publio Speaking. A. 8. COLYER, Kao....

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. — 5 October 1860

Publlo Meeting in South Carolina, A Inrge Meeting was hold at Mount Pleasant, Christ Church Parish, South Cnrolina, on Monday the 24th ultimo. from the proceedings, in the Charleston Courier, the meeting was highly respecta .hie in numbers and ability. A committee of three was appointed to draft resolutions for the consideration of the meeting, who reported the following among o'tliers. 8. Rctotvctt further, That the present high price of negroes IS Calculated to render the Institiition of slavery aristocratic, and therefore unpopular, and that it is to the interest of the institution to bring down the price of negroes, no nS to put it within the power of every ono, in every country orTorritory where Blnve-labor can be made availablo, to own slaves) this object, we contend, can. Ctil j be ftccomplinhed by the re-opening of the African Slave Trade. 0. JlcioM, That as the Northern States have laws giving freedom to our slaves as noon as they arrive within their borders, it is the duty...

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. — 5 October 1860

lit V Ague Cure, ,. o Tin triiDT nu or Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Anne, Remittent Fever, Chill Fovcr, Dumb Afne, Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, and Biliou Fevers, indeed lor the waolo class of disease origi nating in biliary derangement, canned br the Malaria of tnlnnnatio countries. No one remedy is louder called for by the necessities of tho American people than s sure end safe cure fur Fever and Ague. Such we are now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicato tho disease) ad with assurance, founded oil proof, that no harm can arise front it use in any quan tity. That which protects from or prevent this disorder must fx of immonse service in the communities where it prevails. Frtvention is better than cure, for the patient escapes the risk which he must run in violent attacks of this baleful distemper. This " Cutis" expels the miasmatic poison of Fever and Aoub from the system and prevents the develop ment of the disease, if taken on the lin...

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. — 12 October 1860

.iw ii ii ii i tin ill ill v i in i ir 1 1 ii i it n ir mir. ii r ' v lt ii i : i nrv i i is. x j i i -. l -m i i BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN.; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12 18GW ;::;'.:::.voxMi--iNd:9T rt v"' TEEMS 1 Tits Post i pchluhed evert midat, Ywo Dollar a Year, Payable In Advance, Jfo attention pniH to or d era J or fAt pnpet mnun accompanied Og the vath, Aovirti8KMR!T8 will b charged It per flqunro oi iu ii no, or toit, tor m nmt insertion, ana du cont for oacta outitinutuioo, A liberal duiltietion tttrvlo to tho bo who ftdrort.M by th yoftr. 1irP(jinon nemlinjr, advert, son. on ti must mark the nambor of times they do ire them In sorted, or thoy will t continued until turbid and charged aeconllu gl T . -tfcSi Fur aunijuneuig tho nttmci of candidate! fur o'nee, f j, Vaitt. Obituiury notices over 12 Itaei, charged at regu lar advertising rates. All communications Intended to promote the ftrtvate oads or Interests of Corporations, (Societies, Huhoolt or Indlridua)S will bo charged a...

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. — 12 October 1860

t . - TtftMSt Twe fjeuaM A Ysm, sayakla la aureate. AsawasMiaf of MniiktetM foe emee ,, Oak. OMUirjf HoUre erer twelve lines, charged at Ike regular edTertMne; MM. . All oemmnnleatloae Intended to n remote the pri vate endi or ftaterette of Corporation, Societies, Schools or tndlvldaali, will ee charged m adver- tlSeeUBte. PRESIDENT, ( J oh ii bell; ; - V0& VICE PRESIDENT, S - EDWARD EVERETT, .,...- iiUAPirum. - . , . EllCTtBlL TICKKT. ' 0B TB STATS AT LARCJS. ' TIAILIR PKTTON, of Saaaner. ' W. tt. TAYLOR, of Carter. - COXOKKllllOJAt. iatTCTS. 1st Dill. J AS. W. DtUDERICK, of Washington. - O. If. TEMPLE, of Knox. Id 4th " . ALFRED CALDWELL, of MoMloa. 8. fl. HTANTON, of Smith. " EDWARD I. OM.ADAY, of Wlleoa. WM. t. KKRCHKVAL, of Lineoui. - JOHNC. BB.OW, of Hlee. iOrlS P. liniTSR, of MontR-omarr; ATVIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. tk " sth TUi tk ttk loth" BENJAMIN D. NABORS, of Shelby. The Cbnslitulion, Vie Union, and tlie rjiifoiremenljjf Vie Jjtw. t- , Aiken, Fi-twaf, Octakvr It, lt0....

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. — 12 October 1860

Appeal from tho Politicians to tho ... Tlie Constitutional Unionists, seys the . New Orleans "Bulletin," have taken an appeal from the politicians to the peoplo. , They appeal from an arbitrary, selfish and : corrupt tribunal to the great court of last resort. In that they have confidence to that they make their protest against the . action of the inferior and selfconstituted ' judges, and to that they make their np- ' peal In the full confidence of tho justice of their cause, and the reliability of the appellate tribunal, and consequently of a favorable decision at the next term of the ' court. Tlicso unprincipled partisan judg es have manifested an unmistakable dis position to undermine and destroy the very foundation upon which the great su perstructure of the State rests, unless they themselves can contrive as usual to domineei over It aild use it for their own personal purposes, for their own aggrand isement. This is monstrous, and they ' must be checked in their mad work. 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. — 12 October 1860

;oyer end gue? I vMbUVe. Thi uhaUtkm k araWtd W U actios of solar hot M wrt mIL aad lis wtUi th watery van from it. WrdW the MM to Wow th horiloa till npoc lannn near Ih aarth'i u face, aad tht Tint to taken with k thronch th lungs low th Mood. There ll arts a. Mi Irritating prima aa tU faiMraal vtera and exoretiua organ flbaaoay. a a nror ooootnaa lorpiq mmn tmum ' aad. asoret not Only thai virus, bat alao On kite from tht blood. Both to virus and th bil aecuraalat la tht etreaWttoa, and tamdac tiolcat eonttila- tioaal Jadr. at spina, ih aianrra, ana iaw atomaete srnptthiM with Ih Hrar, and btcoaat disordered also. Finally, tht Inttinet oar or smism, aa if in an attempt to txptl tht irozkms Infusion, tsnetntrattt tht wholt blood of tht bod la tat internal txtrttoritt to fore than to east tt aai. Th blood Itant tht aurfaco, and taahes to tat tantral organ with eoageatir violtaet. Thi to th Chill. But in thia effort it fails. Thtnth rnn Mlowa, in which tht Wood leave th cen tral orga...

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. — 19 October 1860

4 rij J..'- --4 .i f ;-U ni r...4 ,4hiv I1:! -it y. j mm '!nvj (z-iii jttr '. ,;i j,. f...:i.i-., v!i ,).. ;ll : 't -il .1.; j,..-; 1 -..-,.., i ' rv 'in i rt.J.-.l ;i..l . ft .,. 1 n vim-.i j h ; rRJf : -it r - ..., t,.tS 1.;J-,V. , 1.,, ,. . . ? ' ' ' - V'l .,;, ,;:..; . ' ' l .' '". w -r--i..m. ' A t-V -.1. '.-." by-sam.:e:ivins. 111. ATHENS, TENN.,fc FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1860. .V rrl, ' 17AT VtTTi-J1 W V ! i i r . i mill .jj i vi . . mm, .75 M l! f M rv ,4 ' .. TERMS: 7 ' . TllR POST II PUBW8IIKD KTRRY f RIDAT,'' Two Dollars a Year.Payibl In Advanoa. "i-0V No alfMt0M pmid tm order or th paper Unit actompanhU bg tk Gak r .-v. -, . AnvRRTfUHURXTK will bo chrgwl $1 par nqutro or 10 iina,4tr Iom, iot iu flrit uisortiuo, and 60 evntsfuruich euatiniuno. A libcrnl dechu tion Diftde to thoo who ft'lvertio hy the yenr. jp"P(Totii Hontllnc ftrerUemnt mniit mark the nnmlrcf of timet they ifaire them lncrH, or' thy will b oontinutU until forbid anil charged ftfleor(HnKly."TO. :, '-,-( Fur ft...

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. — 19 October 1860

Mi TEDMt! If hum A Tub, payaM la earaaee. Aaamawtaf mm caasidates for $,, Cuh. Obituary NUa twalva llasa, ahargwl at lb nflmt minuMmg mtn. All waiaMakaMloM lakMKtoJ to promote Ik pri vate audi r totorMta f Outfmralloni, BoeieilM, Scaoalear laeUvldaalt, UI b easrgtd M adrer- f , FOR PUKCIDENT, - J 0 H II BELL, . mimii. F0 VIC"pKBrJIDK!tT, EDWARD EVERETT, v - or lAMArRi'RKm. ItlDTtltl TICKET, FOR Tl STATI AT L 41101. - - - . BAILIE PEYTOy, of Sumner. V , N. 0. TAILOR, 'of Carter. ' coxoaaaaiusAt, Mstitimi. latDUlJAS. W. TlEA nrMCK, of Waihlngtoa. sa ' M tk tlk tk tik Stk Vth 10th 0. P. TRMPLK. of Knox. ALPRKD CALDWELL, of McMlnn. 8. 8. HTA5T0N, of Bnilb. EDWARD I. (JOLLADAY, of Wll.oo. WM. P. KKR.rHKVAL.af Lincoln. JOHN C. DROWN, of lilies. JOUS t. HOI'SK. of Montgomery. ALVIW HAWKINS, of Carroll. BK.NJAMIN D. NAIIOKS.of KMby. - The Constitution, ij,t Union, ami the Enforcenunt of tfie fxiirg. AtheSM, Ftialatrt Octuhrt Iff, ISo! East Tenn. and Ga. Rail Road. We ore requested to give n...

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. — 19 October 1860

South Carolina. Th Needing brethren In tho rlmetCo Rlnte oecnl determined to go out of the Union. . Tbe remit of the recent elee tioni In PennayWiiniit, Ohio, and Indian, hM lightened thorn out of their pro priety entirely, and they declare the Union dissolved already. The following extracts, from the Char loeton Ourier, will illuminate the oond tion and prospect Id Uiatdirectlon t Jlmarki of It. BctrnmH Bhdt, .r. The following is the cuhstntice of the reply made by H. Barnwell Rhctt, Ji., Editor pi me Mercury, to the complimentary fcall and seronado of citiicns and elector on Thumlay evening: Friends and Fellom-Citheni ! Accept my acknowledgement for the greeting just Jiven me as a auccessful cmtdidnte for the legislature. It is a source of pride and tiieasura to know that so much irterest is felt in my election. I receive it as a good omen for the cause wliirh adro cuted in the column of the Mercury. 1 truat tlmt cause is on tlie rise. It is the cause of the tfouth. No man of inUi...

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. — 19 October 1860

lliMlwMvi.iiiiinnw Ague Our . . OI Till 4IBf CORE Of Intertnilteiit Pamr, or Few aad Airae, ncmlllnnt Fever, Chill Forer, Dtsmk Avne Periodical llwidaohe, or Dillons IIonilRcnft, kail DUioaa Fevera, indeed lor the whole clnM of diamines origin anting In biliary derangement, canned 7 the Malaria or miaimatio countries. No ene remedy ie Itmdar called tut by the eoewitlct of the Amoriemn people than a ture and tale cure for Ferer tnd Agile. . Suoh vt ire now enabled to offer, with a perfect certnhity that it will eradicate the diacaae, and with assurance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise from it nee in anj quantity- That which protect! from or prevent this disorder mutt be of immense service, in the communities where it prevails. Prevention ie better thnn cure, for the patient eeeapea the risk which he must run in violent attacks of this baleful distemper. This "Ccua"- expel tho tniasmatio poison of Fnvxa ann Aova from tho system and prevents the develop ment of the disease, if...

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