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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 October 1860

f : ' BY SAM. P. IVINS. TEEMS: TUB P08T 18 PUDLI9IIRO IV BUY FRIDAY, Two Dollar Tear, Payable In Advance. Aft- No attention paiH In order Jar the pttjter ttri nrcnmpnnird fcy the Cnh. AnTtnTiKUK!T will to charged $1 per frpinro bf 10 Hnos, or lean, fnr tho first inmrUmi, and 60 canta for each continuance. A liberal duducti'.n mado to tlioio who advert Inq by tlto year. "Perflftnt soti'linff advertlementi muxt mnrk tha nmnbor ol time they de.iru them inner ted, or they will bo continued until forbid and charged nrordinly.-IS For announcing tho nnraci of camHdatcii fur office, $5, ('. Obituary notices over 12 linti, charged at regu lar advertiiing rates. AH euininunicatiuns Intended to promo to tlto prirate ends or interests of Corporation, Hocletirs, Schools or Individuals, will u charged as adver tiioinent. Jon Wontc, sm-h as Pamphlet, Minutes, Circu lar i. Cards Hlanks, Handbill, Ac, will bo execu ted In good stylo and on roanmiublu terms. All letters addroxncd U the Pruprivtor, wi...

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. — 26 October 1860

r TERMS: Ira DoiLlM A Traw. payahle In adTance. Annoanoing names of oandidatei for office $j,00, ' Ca.h. Obitotiry Nollcmi ow Iwolva lines, charged at the regular adrertliuig rates. All communication! intended to promote tho prl Tate end or IntoroBts of Corporation, rJoeicdoR, Schoola or Individuals, will be charged u adver tisements. - FOR PREMDKNT, , JOHN bell; ' t or ir.JJtiwu. FOR VICB 1'11K.ITENT, EDWARD EVERETT. Of MASSU'lll SSTTB. ,- Ekl'.VI'UUAl, '' C K n T. VOn TitK STATU AT LAHIIK. HAII.IK PEYTON, of Sumner. N. (1. TAY 1.011, of Carter. comnKsaiosAi, msTiiirTN. lilt llt. JA8. W. PKAPKlllCJK.of Vu,lilnaton. M " O. P. TKMIM.K, ..f Km.x. ALFRHIl CALDWELL, of McMinn. B. S. STANTON, of Smith. EDWAKI) I. (inU.ADAY. of Trillion. WM. F. KEKCHKYAL. of Lincoln. JOHN C. IIHOWX, of (liloii. JOHN Y. Hot'SK. of Montgomery. AI.VIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. ltKN.M.MIN 1). NAB011S...f Khrlhy. The ConMitnlivn, the Union, awl the Jnrcsmcnt of the iaws. rrlilay, t. Ii.Iiit i, tsno. ; YOUR FRIENDS ...

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. — 26 October 1860

' A Political Bormon. My Brelhcring: Asa ginernl thing I'm forcncnst political prenchtn,' but ns Henry Ward Boeclio, nnd numerous other too tejlous to mention hnvo net tlio V.amile, I don't know but ns how I've ns good a right to prench n few politics ns enny of 'era. I'm not d edicated mnn, brcthnring, but I know whnt Liberty is. She is a nlco old gnl, Mint's trlint Lioerty Is, nnd iny bretlioritig, I take lior to my arms, nnd I sny old gnl you suit me ! Now I pliant tell you whnr my tex is, but praps lyou kin find it cf you snrch long enough, nnd when you do And it, it shall rend, Ha split some mils in lllinoy nnd bossed n ronriii' (lat4)out. Them is his only quiilifie.ilions, nsido from his personal beauty, for President of tho United States. Now this is n land of Liberty, nnd bIio slian t bo biiKted up ef I kin help it. I know thnr's n effort be in mnda to bunt her. Thnr's fertilities nnd traitors nnd old wimin in smnll dogs' clothiu' a hold of Mason & Dixon's line a jerkin'...

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. — 26 October 1860

7" Fever and Ague, from which mankind sufir nt Isnr. jwrt of lit Rlobc, la the oiuFqiimra of oimium action In the system, ili'lnr-ml bv tho poisonous miasm of vegetable lwr. This exhalation la erolred br the action of eKilnr hrnt on n-rt soil, and ri.es with the watery vapor frnm it. While the sun i below the horison tlii Tnpor Unarm nnr tho firth's siir face, and the ,(rus U tnUon with it thrnuuh tli lung into the blood. There it acts man Irritating poison on the interna) viacern and exrrctinirnrirnns of the body. The liver become torpid and fiiila to aecrete not cnlv this vima, but iilwr the bile from the blood. Both thevlnn and the bile accumulate In the circulation, and produce violent constim tional disorder. The spleen, the kidney, and the stomach eymnatlme with the liver, and become disordered alo. Kinnllr, the inatinct of our or- Etanlsm, aa If In an atteiupt to expel the noxious nfuaion, eoncentratea the wholo blood of the body m tho Internal excrelories to force them to ea...

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. — 2 November 1860

ft.. I BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, I860. VOL. XIII NO. 632. I 7f V 1 r TERMS: TlIK POST !fl PUBLISHED IVRRT FRIDAY, Two Dollars a Year, Payable In Advance. No attrnlirm paid to order or the poper unite accompanied bg the Ctteh, Anvr.1tTi8KMP.ifTR will bo charged f 1 per fquare of 10 llnei. or lorn, for tho flrnt insertion, and AO cent for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to thoso who advortim by the your. &0VcTon flcndinjr advcrlincinonta mnat murk tli number of times they derdrc them Inverted, or they will be continued until forbid and cbnrgt.il accordingly."! For announcing the namci of candidate! for oftVe, $5, Conk. Obituary notices over 12 ltnei, charged at regu lar advertising rated. All com rati nicaliont Intended to promote tho private endi or intercut! of Corporations, Societies, chooli or Individuals, will be charged as adver tisement. J01 Work, such an Pamphlets, Minute, Circu lar, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be execu ted in g...

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 November 1860

TV TERMS: t ftoLLAM A YtAH, pft.Tb1 t fttiTftltet). AsMVBolug qmm of eaotJiiUtvfl for v(He $5,00, Ca-ta. Obitnar Notices ret twslra linos, charged at the roffalr ilvtrtpnt rates. All oetamunlcallons intmleil to promote the prU Tata end or Interests of Corporations, Hoeietles, Schools or ImtiT .duals, will b ebarged as advertisements. .S:40HH BELL, j0y OF TSXSRSIS.R. FOR TICK PRKSIDKNt""" A RD EVERETT, r I1H Hl'SRTT,. KLRRTHIIAL ritKKT. rOR THK RTATR AT LA ROC 1 BAII.IR PRYTON, nf gmnncr. . K. O. T.VYM)R, of Carter. cosnnRssfos'Ai. mftTRirr. t DLL J AS. IV. t)KADEUflK. of W.hinrlo. M " O. P. TKMPI.H. nf Knnx. 3d '" Al.FRKIX'AI.KWlil.Uof McMinn. 4lk - B. 8. STANTON, of ttmilh. 6lh . EDWARD 1. HOLLA DA V, of Wilson. Ilh " WM. F. KKKCIIKVAUof Liuoolu. Tib" JOHN C. 1IR0W.V, of Giles. Kth " JOHN F. IIOfHB, of M.intjfnmt-rT. th Al.VIX HAWKINS, of Carroll. 1 loth 11K.V.IAMIN 1. NAHOR.ft.nf fMielhv. - 7 Constitution, die Union, ami tie EnftnvemnU of the Fxtwu. Athena, Friday Ktrrmbcir t ISBO...

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 November 1860

Wa send Greetings to the friends of i ' 1 ' the Union. The doclsive battle which is to deter mine the pemlingcontest has been fought, ay the Nashville I'M riot, of Tuesday, ntnl only the result is left to be proclaim ed at the bnllot box. We have been on the field since the dawn, and we now tell our friends In all sincerity and In all con fidence that in Tennessee wo have gnincd the day. Secession and disunion aro put toy rout. They are retreating before the army of the patriots like the morning mists before the approaching sun. The Union, nnd the Constitution, without which it would not be, aro triumphant in the land of Jackson nnd of White. From all quarters of the tttato the glad tidings come like the sound of rushing waters, to our cars that "the Union must and shall bo preserved 1" The overwhelming power of argument and of truth have done their great work on the popular heart, and tho formal count is to be made on this day week. Tho list is then to be made out, and it shall dec...

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 November 1860

. IOTTSOH KOUIKO MILL. At i.ui'ion,ti:nn. fpilB UNDERB1UNED WOULD RESPECT 1 1 full inform the .onsnmers of Wrought lrun, that tboy an hi manufacturing a Suverior Article of Rolled Iron, Wh Wagon Tyre, Buggy Tyre, Horse-Shoe Iran, Bind Iron, Itonnd Mia Niuare iron, all sues bf Flu iron, from lhro-fourths of in bu ll in width Lid to three inchM. bv all th. varlou. thicknesses, from Ihree-sixteeiilhs of an Inch mil upwards. tlso, rounds, from uno-balf inch up In two and a uarter inchos: squares, from one-half Inch tip to Em and a half inchos all of which they Salter hcmselves that they can make equal, In point ot nlsh anil good quality, to any mat if inane in ine tatcs. Having been engaged in tho business up rarda of thirty yearn, ami thereby acquired a tho- lough knowledgo of the manufacture of Iron, in all IK brauobee, by wmon tncy nope to gin enure sai Lsfaetloa. A lam ajaortment always kept on hand, manu- 'aatnred oat of the beet East Tennessee lnelals, to kbie. they call the atten...

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 November 1860

. - .-i -....--'7 - 1'-.: r M BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENK, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 18G0. VOL. XIII-NO. C33. r4 J&L TS. 'I IS i In Vi S TERMS: ' Till POST 18 PUBLISHED KVKRY FRIDAY, Two Dollars Year, Payable In Advance. "fl No attention paid tn ardcrt Jnr the paptt HHett accompanied by the Canh. AnvitnTiKMK!T8 will bo rhnrged $1 per nqiisro of 10 Htm, or Icm, f.r the first itmertion, nml Jif cents for curb continuance A libeml deduction mle tu those who tulrcrliae by the yeiir. "Pomoni icndinK a'lverliscuieiits intmt murk the nninher of times they desire thera in nor ted, or they will be continued until furbid and charged accord inRly.-rV For nunmincing the names of candidates fur Hire, $5, Cnh, Obit nary notices orcr 12 lines, charged at regu Imt adrertUine; rates. ' All ootumnnications Intended to promote the private ends or interests of Corporations, HociHicn, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as adver tisements. Joa WuttK, snch as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circu lars, Cards, B...

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 November 1860

V TERMS t Tv ftoi.t.Att A Thar, fmrnble tn tvlranr. Antwaaclngnameauf oandidMu for office tj.OO, Obttatry Notice nror I wo! re lino, chargrj t lb rogular aVvrllt?.nr rtn. All oonmanioatinns inimde'l to promote tlie pri vate end or Inturosti of Corporations, Hocictkn, School! or Individuals, will be charged aa advertisements. Atfcvna t'rlday. vpnitM-rO, I ftftO Election News. McMIN.N COUNTY. Hell," Hrecklnridgo, Douglas, i'2 pr2 l;!7 The lfith Pistriet to hear from i oport eJ majority of G2 fur Hrockinridgo, and lfl votes for Iouj;lu. Hell's plurality in tho county 8 voles. BLEIWOK COUNTY. Hell, Breckinridge, OUglas, 31.2 40 Bell's Mnjority ISO. ' ItllF.A. 'Breckinridge's Majority 9( lVwglus gets 24 votes. BRADLEY. Breckinridge, Bell, Douglas Breckinric riea the county lusrvoar ly 34i votes; i; " MKKM. 2 BtBcklnridge, ' 521 ' Bell, 1 110 Douglas. 8S 1 Breckinridge's plurality 371. Harris carried the county lust year by 51'J votes. Tho following is all wo have from Mid dlo nnd West Te...

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 November 1860

Popular Vote of Tennessee--Offloial, ' ' 18MI. 1A00. 13 1 I Ctimittf Anderson, XA2 7PJ Bedford, U:ift lfta Henton, 74U Ru:i Ultdioa, 4:i 4H Hlount, TH4 1217 Jlrariloy, 1IIU6 U Campbell, v 625 M Cannon, 1UII9 420 Carroll, 111 211 JBMT Cocke, AS 4 Dili Carter, 281 881) Clniburno, 70) 0K4 Coffe., DDI 895 Dnridson, 2412 34W Dccutur, 47 i HcKr.ll), 849 74 Dickson, Hill 4:11 Dyer, sl 712 r'ayotto, li di:l Fentress, (WH 148 Franklin, 111.1 .114 (llhson l:iV2 1 -i.i.l Hllcs, 1172 r.M'.'i (trningcr, 791 1111 Urech, 2HI2 1H22 Mrundy, 401 60 Hamilton, injfl 1121 Hancock, 6.V1 418 Hnnleinan, 1 1 18 (81) Hardin, IM1 685 Hawkins, 1289 1101 Hnywood, 9H2 781 Henderson, 811 12W Henrr, 1808 978 Hickman, 1071 1M Humphreys, IW3 279 Jackson, lloi 1119 Johnson, 2110 605 Jefferson, nil 1011 Knoi, 920 20111 Lauderdale, 422 458 Lawrcuce, . 7U4 - .19 Lowis, ' 2.W 1 Lincoln, 2j7fl 477 MeMinn, 1122 Hill McNuiry, 1109 'J9 Miicun, 471 6.13 Madison, 9119 1163 Marion, 414 402 Marshall, 1102 010 Maury, 1910 1179 Mi...

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 November 1860

"Fever and Ague, tnm wrirpel mankind MflW vrn a frt of tn. globe, U th. coneenu.nee of i diseased action In the system, induced by the poisonous miasm of vegetable decay. This exhalation Is evolved hy the action of .rilar hent on wet noil. And riara with the: watery vspnr from It. While the son is below Um horison this vapor linden near the earth 'k siiv face, and the virus ia taken with it thmuirh the lung, into the blood. There it arte as nn irritating poison on the internal viaccra and excreting organ, of the body. The Hrer becomea torpid anil fuila to aocrete not onlv this virus, but also tho bile from the blood. Timh thevima and the bile ncciimnlato in the circulation, and produce violent consiltu. tional dieorder. The spleen, the kidney., and the stomach aympafhiae with the liver, and become disordered also, Finally, the ittatinct of our or- rianiam, as if in an attempt to expel the noxious nfuaion, concentrates tho whole blood cf the body In tha internal exeretoriea to force ...

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 November 1860

-X iritn'i -riA All- sfe afWr.'u1 " -.w ... ...i , ,., ..... .. i 1 Ml el:ti .! ,!!ft; lie. it i i o-ic I. .-- , .( J, '. o I -I,-, i: .". I i ,, . 1. .. H'-il".., I . 1T 4- ... aw.,. , 't-.itrwaA - 1 r t -.- hint bit .ii-.M. li !... " ','' J il : ir. . -nil itnf' n " .. t in ! . -,u .., n ..! I ; : rvt i !' il i-.lrl l! nw if 4 r 4 lv ( ''i1 i l''..:m;i-!"- f '3f1 ''Mil . -a. ' . - i i . if- v iv . m ill Tllf i i M ' j.'UL. ' m 'H i' I t (ill fiiHH . ' 'ffv-1 si ... il il ,. iir Mi if vii) - v . U N itfecii in-.:-.::, X W 7 Ell 8) IAV '--AV fllU III III III. Ill III, .VII OJ - Si I J 7U ... . TERMS: i.'.... i , Till roiT IS PUBLISHED EVERT rRIDAT, - Two Dollar Yap, Payable In Advanoa. Sft- attention paid to order Jot tme pnpi . umltM aflmnwuurri 6jp f A CVrtA. . ' i Ai)TTirT trill ht chntgtA 1 p,.r mniire of 10 lino, or lo. for Hie (lrf InmrHnn. tmA til aat far tvh a.utinuAaoa. A rllwll 4aAuf llm liift.le to thi.ro who ftilrurti' by th ywir. rurson Rc.nlinft n1vcrliHo.nents muyt ma...

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 November 1860

TERMS i Te Dollars 4 Ysar. payabU U adrane. AlMaMing mm ef candidal! Tor ln S4.8', OwR. OMMary Norlrs ovwr twtlve Hint, cliarfwl at Ik rcffvlar atortllnr rataa. All eamaunltalWajs tnton.lcd to promote tha prl ratswiAsar tntsrrst f Corrmrallims, flncirtlrs, tVaoslsor tadiruluals, will bs abargwl u advar-tlstsmls. Th Call for ft Meeting To-Morrow. A aall was Made in our pnpnr of hat Mack, at the instance of a number of clti ion of tbo oounly, for a nicling to bo held in (hi place tomorrow, (o make ome expressron'in regard to I lie national (disturbances now eil ing. We regret to learn it has air Iwrn circulated in this and adjoining counties thnt the proposed Meeting Win a Mrf, movement, gotten up by members of th Opposition. The ob ject of the meeting was honratly expres sed in tlie mil, nmt we have positive as surances from men of all parties, that it "Will be held and eonduuled with mil ami ejielusive reference to the welfare of the Tnlon and rights or the Siuth under the Colistita...

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 November 1860

trftn Stat of Things in Georgia. I 'The tologrAphio dinpatobM give only 'the surface of thing In Ihe Soothrirn , . Hlatca, The underlying ttrength of tUe ' Union feeling i not noticed. In evidence of this we cnll attention to the following ' extract of a letter written by a pronii- ,' nenf and intelligent merchunt or thin olty to his partner, lie U in Georgia up ' on business, looking out for his individ ual interest, which m u it necessarily be effected one way or the other by the state of the puhlio mind. Under thee circumstances he says: Nash. Banner. "I find tilings very quiet here, and no alarm about disunion; and the . opinion appears general here, that Georgia will go fine to ont aijninut itmnioii, The manes all oppote it. Trade is good and money not plenty, neither is there any great scarcity iir unusual demand for it. Hanks are all sound, and no apprehension is felt ubout I hem. They are not suspended. The great flurry is over I think, and every tiling will settle down in a...

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. — 23 November 1860

the globe. Is the cbnseuiicifcc' or ailcascd IcHfjn In the eystem, induced by tiie poisonous miasm of gtable irir. TM4 enwalntlon V tivd by arse airflow at flar heal au wet tutu nd rlsre with efaasss iloy nnw ftwa It.., While- the eue ia Mow itfca hariarm trrie vapor lingers near tbe earth's eui ho, aad the virus ia token null it through tha .lunge into tht blood. There tt acts as nn irnt ating poison nthelntcrnnlvlscr.raana' cxerif Irignrgflos ' f the Andy. ' The livef becomes torpJil ami fulls to . MTCtinl n1v ttil tvrna, nut al,o the Mat from ana Mood. Both th Tint and too kilo aenmiulmtt la In) sireutatianv and product violent sensuta ttonal dieorder. Tha eulcn. Ibe kidneys, and the atoenaca eympathize with tlia liver, and uecoma disordered also. Finally, tha Instinct of our or. (taniim, aa IT in an attempt to expel the noxlona nfuslon, concentrates the whole Mood of the body hi tha internal exerernrle to fores thorn to east it out. , Tha Mood loavo the surfaes, and rashes to th...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 November 1860

if-., v BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 18C0.. VOL. XIII-NO. 636. v I, TERMS: TIIK POST IS PU1ILI8IIF.D KVEItY FRIDAY, Two Dollars a Year, Payable In Advance. A'o nttetttioH paid to order Jr thw Jtnpet mitten accompanied ly tht Vanh. Auvrhtiskhrxts will he chnrj;e-l ?1 per nqiitirn of 10 Hue, or lo.n, for tlio first insertion, nnU 60 ecntu fr erh con t in u unco. A lihuritl tlu'luetion nnvle to tliciiw who Kdvurtlra hy iho year. fVarmn namling advert Ixuinunts must mink the number or liinoa they iloxtre thrm liirfurtwl, or they will ho continued until forbid and charged accord inly.-5 For announcing the names of candidates fur olflrs, $5, Caah. Ohitunry notices ovur 12 ..n, charged at regu lar advertising niton. All communications Intended to promote tlio private endi or InturonU of Corporations, Souioties, Kchouls or Individuals, will ho cli urged as adver tisement n. Jon Won, sitrh a Ptuaphlots Minute, Cireii Urn, Card. Wank, llandldll, Ar., will Ihj execu 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. — 30 November 1860

4 t . I IIWM III! If ' . ti. 1 6 :- i v. -1 to-, tiuusi f ant TERM3: T Boilam A Trak, payabla In a.lyanes. Announcing names uf candidate! fvr nMce .'.,110, Ch. .1 Obituary Snllcen over twalro tine, chargou at the regular adventiing- rates. All oaminunlcalintui intended to promote the pri vate ends or tutcresi of Corporation, gocicih', Pehonlnor lu.lividuaU, will h charged ai adver tisements, .. Aihena, f rl lMf! November 30, I alio. PAI R WARNING. " t Im Ta Payers of Mi-Minn county, who nava not (uiiil fur the year ISfiO : I hereby respect fully call upon yon to meet mo at Athens, during the County and Circuit Courts of Doccml.cr, 180, anil aotllo your Tax, ai furlhor Indulgence ran Rot U given. JI. A. CArW, Wot SO, ISGs-Jt Tux Vollr.tr. , Aerioultural Association. We nro requested by several gentle men to cnll n meeting of tlio citizens of oMmn, to I bold nt tlio Court-house, r -'-n i if ) nmi.ihor, TUIIK o' 'J'i lllir. Illl'1"! MllieCvs nn.l Union Banks, with (heir branches, nil s...

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 November 1860

6 Wunhington. Wasiiinoton, Nov. 20, IRfif). , A grcnt political panic is swooping over tlio ooimtvy, nml lins cnuicd n most extra ordinary fini.nciul panic and pressure; nt a time, too, when our crops of grain ami Cotton wero abundant nml in good tic maud nt fair price, nml when our export exceed our Import, nnd tvlien n depres sion could be ntlrilnitod to over trading nnd speculation. Tlio question asked hero is, will not tlio cause ol'tlie financial panic tlml is, tlio political crisis not only Continue, but become aggravated? 1 1 tlio attitudes of secossion taken by ono Stato causes a secession of four or five .States? At tlio treasury it is seriously appre hended that tlio revenue will bo inade iiale for carrying on tlio government, and Lincoln's administration must bo com menced by n loan of twenty or thirty mil lions, nnd by nn inoro.ned Uiill of duties. It is not nt present proba- ! bio tlint the revenue will bo e pial to appropriations which nro inado. lor the fiscal year en...

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 November 1860

) t Ague Cure, ;' rom tiii rrzr.m com or Inlormittant Ferrr, or Fever and Ague, Reintltcnt Fcror, Chill Fever, Dumb A fas, Periodical Headache, or Bilious lleMache. and Dillon. Fevers indeed for Ike whole class of ditea.et orlgl ting in biliary derangement, canned bf the Malaria of mla.mi-.lio coaniries. No one remedy it louder called for by the accctsitie of the American people than a rare and n cure for Fever and Ague. Such we are now enabled to offer, with a perfect certainty that it will eradicato the disease, aad with assurance, founded on proof, that no harm can ariio from lu uo in any quan tity. That which protects from or prevent thi disorder must no of immense service in the rommunitlc where it prevails, rrnmlian ie better than cure, for the patient escape the risk which he must run in violent attack of this baleful distemper. This Conn " expel tha miasmatic poison of FsvEn t Aoub from tho system and prevent the develop ment of tho disease, if taken on the first ap proach o...

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