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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 December 1860

-Y-Twiinwtfw uxyw n Turnip iu ubImi tusn .if .ci i,t f . -i-. , 1 I ll1 '1 I' 'J III inn ' 1 ; I ' I J. . 1 ;.-.... !,,., .1, , 1 .. i . , , IT ! t lit' M ' 111 '1 ' . J (' W I , ' , 1 - l 1.1 '.;,) , , ' -'I ., j. . It..: . ;.. : , i ., -I . , . - ...1 .(.., .1 , . , , .1 . ! :VJT 1 .!..., , t, mi.tj t trt mm mm 1 1 w n 1 in 11 I ,i .11 I' . 7 BY SAM: P. IVINS. TERMS Tllg POST II PUBLISHED EVERY PRIDAV, Two Dollart Year, Payable In Advance. fV A'o atttinn pnift In artiorl Jor (A poprt lteM accompanied to the C'.mA. Anv-.nTisK)tnT will he charged SI por square of 10 lines, or Ion, for tlio first Iiiiarliiui, nu.l 611 onts for ench contlminnee. A llherul deduction muds to those who advertise hy the year. ..StT-Pirsnns sending; advertisements muxt murk the nnmher of times they d-lro ihein inserted, or thoy will he continued until forbid and charged accordingly. -tm , For announcing the names of candidates for office, 5, Vnth. Ohitmiry notices oror 12 lines, charged at regu lar adverti...

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 December 1860

Uaasi gust TERMS: Te DolLiae 4 Yarn, payable la entrance. Aaaeeaetng names of eaatlidatei for efflce o,W, Calk. OMtaary NoMees over twelve lines, charged at Ik regular advertising rain. Allemmnnlcatlons intended to promote the pri vate ends or Intonate of Corporation!, Societies, Bchooleor (adiridaals, will be charged ae edver tlssmearar" -r , . Athene-, lMr ttciaiHf t ISBO. I - -, FAIR WARNING. To the Tax Payers of MoMinn eour.ty, who barn ant paid fur the Tear tf0 : I hereby re.pert fatly call upon 70a to meet tne at Atbens, during the County and Circuit Conrta of lleremfcee, 18nU, and oeule oar Tax, as farther Indnlgroce can not I given. - - ' . M. A. CAS, .Not St, 18ll-ft TW LJl..i.,r. ' Agricultural Association. We are requested by several pc title- men to call a meeting of the citizen of McMinn, to le hold nt the Court-house, Athens, 011 the 2d Monday of December, for the purpnso of forming an Agricultu ral Society. Bank Notice See notice, llranch Bank of Tennessee Allien, nex...

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 December 1860

Al Union meptlng of the jltien of Roane county, nem Kingston, on Hut urdny tbe Si-Hli any or jNovomhar, 1800, the following proceeding were had: On motion, Hahiiki L. C'mi.rmiss, Esq., was culled to the (Jlniir, and W. IStalii appointed .Secretary. Tho Clinirmnn then explained the object of tho meeting, and upoke alily, pntnotically and feelingly In favor of the Union. The committee appointed at a primnry meeting to prepare resolutions., through their chairman, W. S. 1'utton, ronoi-lesl tlie following! Whereas, for the neconj time in the hixtory of our country, secession is seen lifting its fiery front one, if not more, of our Southern ntaies, Is taking tlio initia tory steps towards a severance trom the other States the immediate cnuxo of which is the triumph of a Northern seo tionul organization, and the consequent eleetion of Abraham Lincoln to tho Chief Magistracy of these United .Slates. And whereas we can and do hut view with deep concern, ill arm and disapprobation the exhibi...

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 December 1860

'-,"-""r-.,-lTmflr-pririiMiciiLM. wji i ) A. r aaaerairk ". Sd iMfrr . large few f she ftteto, b tlx wmmK of nr-aer (rrkra lei Um mW, tadacni kgr Uw poisonous anlaam of MfMahl xTi TM .natation te -OTnlrrd bj trie action ol wlsr Ws wet eollejoe: riaw wit Mm wsstt tape fnwn It. White the nun I Ma Um horison thw vafor lingers near the earth's sur face, m im la taken with it thronah the lunaMhto the blood. ' There k urn a" an Irrliatina; pdwi aa Ukl bjternal viscera and exrtrrlny nritane m the fcodj. The liver become, torpid an falls I Mere, not tHAj trifa Ttma, btrt alan rtie oil from Um bleod. Both the vims and the bilt aecimelne. in the eirentatieri, md prmtm-e einlens onatiln tioaal diaorder. The apWn, the kHineya, ass Um atomarh aytnriathire tth the iief, and. baaoiu JaoioViad ahw. rtmllT, the Instinct of our or- Einiem, aa If in an at'eiapt. M mpel the aoiiotu fusion, concentrates the whole biood of the bodjr la the internal eacretoriea M force iliem to caat it vat. The blood leav...

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 December 1860

- BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, DECEMBER U, 18G0. VOL. XIII-NO, 633. n i TERMS: TUB POST IS FUUL1SHKD fcVKflY TWDAY, Two Dollari a Year, Payable In Advance. VSU No attention pnid to order Jnr the papct mulmt ncaimpnnitd by the Cah. AnvKRTiKK5Tfi will bo chirped $1 per sqnaro of 10 Unci, or loss, fur tho first itm-rfinn, and 60 cents fur oueh continuance. A liberal deduction mrtdo to those who advertise hy tliu yujir. jMr-Pursons sending advertisements mtifit murk lite number of times they doirc them inserted, ur they will bo continued until forbid and charged accordingly. -tj For auti'Htncing tue names of candidates fur offtee, $.", W, Obituary notices over 12 Unas, charged ut regit tar advertising mtr. All communications IntcndM to prom do tlio private end or interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will he charged as adver tisements. .Ton Work, turh as rmnphlcts, Minutes, Circu lars, Curds, IllAnka, Handbills. Ad., will be execu ted in good style an...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 December 1860

ihm gosh TERMS: tw Dot a Trar. peysMe In anranr. A nnnaariag naraee uf eendiilalea Tor oolce $5,00, Caah. Ohltnary Nnthsa ovor fclv lluoe, ehargnt t Ike regular aitvertl-fnp rti-a. All cmaiiit)leatlnns tntinlril to promote the pri vate anita r lntmpte of OriHtnitiiin. fdieMMlea, Hesjoiilaur laJtvliluata, will e charged as adver tisements. I tm Irldar, Vrrrmbrr I4 Id 00. '". i f Minutes. '' "Tbe Minnies of Swuftwelor United BaptM An kiMlatlan in printed ami ready fur delivery to the OUrku . . . ' Blue Spring. Tlie penrprding f Iho mcutmg at Dluu Pprlng it week. Tennessee. .: The Klocror.il College r Tennessee mcl it Nushville on the 6th, and cast the Tote of the Stnto for Unit, .tohn Roll and Hon. Edward Everett. J. R. Hood, Esq , of lic Chattanooga Gazelle, wna appointed messenger to carry the vote to Washing Xon Hty. President's Message. ' We received the Proddi-nt' message .on Thursday evening of last week, and publish that imrtinn of it which treats of! tho difficulties and dange...

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 December 1860

Summary of tho Annual Reports. Tlio roport of tlio Secretnry of Wnr will exhibit lienltliy state ol nlluim in that important arm of our government. I tn operation nnd moremonta during the pimt year linvo been A series of purcusses. The vnrious rnmpaianx nwiinit the un- friendly nnd hostile Jmiinns have proved, in every instnnep, entirely successful, nnd most of the wnrlike tribes linvo been Ijtou iilit to subjection. iHiring lust year f:reat reduction in the expenditures have ieen made, amounting to several mil- lions ol iioiinrs. The Secretary will, it is said, reeom Wend breeehdouding guns for general uso In tho servicoi nlso the important recom mendation of last year of restoring to tlio war I'opartnienttliosuperintenili'iii'o And control of the Indians. Kxnerienco (hows that the Interior Department ongnt not to inive anything to ilo with tlio Indians. hKi'ORT of Tug SEcnmny or tub scant The Secretary of the N'avy's report will be exceodiimlv interestimr. lie will ' Undoubtedly r...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 December 1860

.Agtfe'Cure, - rea m vetur eua or tnlcrmttl Fever, or Feinr nml Amir, ' Remittent Fevrr, Chill Frwr. Dntnb Anne, Periodical Ifcndncho, or nillons ' Ilcmlnche, ami Ililioni Fevers, Indeed for the whole class or itisenari oiijii" nitting in biliary derangement, caused br th, Mulnria or miasmatic countrio. Ne one remedy it louder called fur hy the HccoMitie of th.'American people than mire nd Mfe cure for l'cvor and A quo. Huch we are now enabled to ofTer, with a perfect eertaintr that It will e radicate tho niiaaK, nd with aKiirancet founded nn proof, that no harm oaa ariw from its un in any quan tity That which protcofa from nr prrrenti thia disorder must he of Imrnons servico in tho eemmnnitic where it prevail. VmenUm ia better than eiire, for the patient escape the rMt which ho must run in violent attacks of this bnloftil distemper. This "Cons" expels the minmintio poison of Fr.vrn asd Aoub from the system and prevents the develop ment of tho dison'c, if taken on the first ap pronc...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 December 1860

- "1 " ; ' ' ' IIJIc f 5' jiBhB'! ,.f ' J BY SAM. P. IVINS. TEEMS: tllK POST II PUBLISHED EVERT VRinAT. Twe DolUrt t Year, Payable In Advanoe. No attention paid to orders or ( Bnurr SmtVss crccoMjMtttfA? 6jr fse t'as. ' AnrrnTisitsitrrs will bo charged )1 pnr sqnaro of 10 linen, or lore, fur the first Inmrilun, and 511 eonlt for osch continuance. A liberal deduction undo to thnso who adrcrtlso by the yonr. l'ernm Bonding; advertisements nit mark iho number of times tboy dusiro tboiu inscrtod, or thoy will bo continued until forbid and charged accordingly. -iti For announcing the namei of candidate! for ffil-O, $i, (V?A. Obituary notices over IS Unci, cbargod at rtgn lar advertising rate. All communications Intended to promote the private ends or interest of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will bo charged as adver tisements. Jon Won, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circu lars, Cards, blanks, Handbills, Ac, will bo execu ted in good stylo and on reasonable terms. - All lo...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 December 1860

ytitcus gust . TERMS: T"s DolLiaa A Visa, pavabl la aitranca. Anautracing names of oanllUts forofllc. $5,00, Ca. Obltnarv Notices over Iwolva lino, Barged t lo rngnlar auvcrHslrig ratea. AH cmmantnaMuni inlM)'Uu to pToawU the pri "rala ) or lalerwti of Corporation, Hoolettas, Rehools or Individuals, will b charged as advar tiwuonta. Athens rlar, lhwif tt, ISOO. . . . Christmas Holiday, rn order to give all hands an opportu nity to enjoy tho Christmas holidays, no paper will be is uod front thi office next week. -On Thursday or Friday we will pub lish an Extra, containing the more impor tant news item;, and any advertisements that may be neceVsnry to insert. Fine Farms for Salo. An excellent Farm for sale in the neighborhood of Athens containing i"0i ores about VtO cleared, and in a high state of cultivation. Abo, oooof the bent Karma in Rradloy county, within one niilo of tho town of Cleveland containing 400 acre. liO of which are cleared. Well watered, and comfortable dwelling. Enq...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 December 1860

r The Why and the Wherefores. 1 Attention is invitiHl to the following fcpooch of ex-Governor Adfimn, of Pouth Carol in ft, recently delivered t Columbia, .'In that State: s ' Ex-Governor Aclnms snid tlinl h nriforl ! tho honor just conferred upon him more - highly thnn nil the honors herotolbro ; henpod upon him by liin constituents. '. Lowndes, who opposed tho Union, in his (lying tnomoiitH said lio wanted no otlior epitaph tlmn, "iforo lies the mnn wlio pposeu the Union, been use it was fatal I) his country." lie thesneakerl trnnr. d no prouder Inocrmtioh tlmn. "ITr ies one who tinned tho Oidinumn nf recession from Mini Union." Tho Alio lionists wore our bent friend;. Tlinnk . God for what they have nlrendy done; and for the inestimnhle bloiwnir they were nbout to confer, they were entitled to our wnrmest gratitude. Lnuglitor. Tlipir nssuults linvn been unoensin, but nil for our good. They liavo argauiwd them solves into u great googrnphieal parlv. Jly so doing, they have furni.i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 December 1860

.- - . . - .. ., . .... , .... .V'-. - - - . - : .- ' . . ,. - . . ' 1 --- ; rcrtr end "Ague, ' ftvaa wMcb) aknUai annVr m Urrja, part at t Rlk,'k t)M tonrqiMfn T dltmwd kctlmi In th system, induced bjr the poiaonoue miasm or - vtetabla oVeav, Thi exhalation to evntwd by tat lotto of tolar heat on wet mil, and rim nth the watery vapor from it. While the na U below ' iht horiaon I hie vapor lingers near tht earth' aur" ' ' fate, ani th vlra ia taken with it thrmnth lha ' hw into lha Mood. There it acta a an irritating ' poison on tht Internal visrera and exert tins org ana f tha Body. Tha liver become torpid and fail M - sterele not only thia virus, hut alio the bile from the blood. Both the vtru and the bilo accnmulurt ht tht eireulation, and produce violent constitu tional diaorder. The aplren, the kidneya, and the ' otomach eympafhiat with the lirer, and become , disordered aim. Finally, tht inttinct of our or ttaalara, aa if in tn attempt to expel tht noxiona . r tnfuaion, concen...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 January 1861

jf ' vi ".'.;-w-. . . . . . . . ...... , ..,v -., -i;;v ' ' ! ...--"': .$...'.'-. U,' r. 1. -.-'( XI n -TP,.;;..1 -vt I" -A ,.''.,' Hri .Mis-- I'Xk.'""'7' '''-' " ' , i- ' , . -'t: - ! . 1 1 11 Ml IT I If II , . 1 ' . i I. """" a i . . n ,ij I, , ;JBY SAM. P. IVIKS; , TERMS: . Tlli POST II rUBLISHKD IVKRT rtlDAT, ' Tw Dollin t Yii Payabl In Advinos. ' No atlenllim paitt In ortUrt or tkm jtaptt mmw frcciNjjr(Hiri lit rne vntlt. Advbmtihrmknts will ka choriteil tl par (qiiaro i nnoa, or iom, mr uia arm inKcrilnn una 60 conU for uach oontlntianco. A libuml doiluction Digila to llmio who wlvartiw bjr tha yenr. J&-l'vmmt anniliuK kilrartiioinenU mnt murk Ilia nuinlwr ol' limen thojr ile-ira them inaerlcil, nr U107 win do cnntiuuoa until furuiil and clmrgod car'llnirlv.- Fur nunimncing tlio names of oandlilatoa for iuiw, w-tt Cna . . - Obituarr notloaa ovor 12 lino, charged at rcgu lar adrortlsinir rntca. AH cummunlcatluna Intended to promoto tbo pn amis or inicroflia 01 L.orptiratioi...

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. — 11 January 1861

,- if . TERMS l . " TV Dotts a Ta, pejael. adraiiea. ' Aaeaoia( imim of candidal foe.-S.ee SA.tO, Oaah. OMtaary Holloas erfce twalrs tin, charged at lb regalar advertising rata. ' All elamnlca.lns tntandwl I prosaote Iha prl vat auto or laMraaU of Coravratloas, Soctetlw, Baaoali or tealrldaals, will aa ekargaa M adrar- ' tlsasamta. Atkaaa. s-rlslars Jaaaarr I pB- Tee Ooveraor's Message aad Uw or raspondene Waaea President Buchanan aad Iha Sowta Carolina Commissioners, aoaipal to amit ssany .tber article of Inlaratl this weak. ' MoMinn County. The County Court, on Monday lost looted Iha following officer: L. R. Hunt, Chairman.' Quorum R. Reynolds, W. H. C. Tonirx ton, Thos. Rgor. Sheriff Wn. Burk, In place of I.. E. Cantrell, ojee'd. Conner lid. Newton. Oitt 1ikcr Jorl Culpepper. John Roger and N. J. IVlora, wore ap pointed Deputy Sheriffs. Governor's Mossige. Gov. l arris' mesaaK will bo found in our paper to-dny. Having just reached home, from Cleveland, on Thursday morning, we har...

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 January 1861

Mr. Buohanan'f. Reply to the South , , Carolina Commissioners. . , WiSBmaTow'CiTT. Deo. 30lh. lfMKV OcnttemthtV We had the honor to receive yoiu atantcation of 28th inat., together witfc, y of "your full power of the ConveK , or th'o people of South Carolina," autliotTzing you to treat with the Government o the United States on various important subjects therein mentioned, and also a copy of the Ordinance, bearing date on the 20th Instant, declnring that "the Union now subsisting between South Carolina and other Htatos, under the name of the "United States of America," is hereby dissolved. In answer to this communication, I have to say, that my position, as Presi dent of tbo United Status, was clearly defined in the Message to Congress on the lid inst. In that I stated that, "apart from the execution cf the laws, so fur as thismny bo practicable, the Kxccutive lias no authority (o decide what shall be the relations between tbo Federal Gov ernment and South Carolina. He has been inve...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 January 1861

fcSitftt&ri 1 i'- I I v ATHENS BOOK STORE. GEOB. W. KOSS, BOOKSELLER & STATIONElV RBSFKCTFCLLY INVITES TIIK PEOPLE to call at hi Ilookslore, ami aco tlio lo-t (.hseteil .toek of llonka ami Stationery In bo fonnd nnywhero onlalihj of the hig cltl.s, at priee. lu aatiafyall. lis often an axttnslv. and varied i aaaorlmont of Slumlord. AfrlrnllHrnl, inn, Jliiliral, rWijM.m, I'nelirat, iktmliftr, LiHrnrf, Wi'ImW, llhlvrkal, ,. Ilixifntvhirat, SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. Tu instruct nnd to ilenso III people. . ' To his nice (lilt Rooks lor "Juveniles" for nil Maaona and hit SCIIOnl. IIIIOKS, and lo the lr Prim of them all, ho particularly ttirito. trf tontlon. Ilia Stationery, from roncli o a Portfolio, nd through tin extended Hat, embrace, a will variety of kind, and iiialitics, from the van csJBAr to th yt run. Stationery lor (be la dies, tasteful, elegant, rcrhorclte, ill varied and rich abundance. All sorts of lllauk llouka oa hand from a Ledger or an Albmn to a Pass Bonk ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 January 1861

... i ftfdv. u i. t . 1 I ; .. ; ' . nil ( ' in-' -. ...:,T A --, if IKl'l .- . . - I l ' " i ' r 5 . - . . - . .-.II. : '- ' - - ' -II'- 1 V ' ;v - .- : lo !-i-l, . SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 18G1. VOL. XllI:--NO. 644. ,"k 11 f,-:t ? - TERMS: - 1 ' TH POST 18 POBLIflMKD CVKRT V RIO AT, ;' Two Dollar Yfar, Payable In Advance ' " Jfo rtfi 'pa(H tn otrfet Jar lA papet Uftlr accompanied by th Vak. ATTnnTiRit?mi wtll h thargfld $1 per Bqiiftro of IV line, or lent, fur the Brat insert inn, and 69 enu fur each eunkfvvancA A liberal deduction made to those who adrortln by the year. ' SV-Pentoiif flooding ailrertiRemente matt mark . the nam bar of times they dcrire them inMrtcd, or thojr will be eanUaaed aatil forbid and ehargcd aecoTdiDgly.'V For announcing the naraei of candidates fur Offlro, $&t Caih. Obltanry notion iret 12 line charged at regu - lar adrertieing rate. - - . All eommunicatioiu Intended to promote the private ends or in forests of Corporations, ...

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. — 25 January 1861

4 A- tbtra gust. TERMS: 1 los,t..n A Tat, payaM Ik kaVanr. Aassraneing aa-om of caudiilaios fur otto $j,aO, Ouh, . OMtsMry HaW-es ots twvl lines, charged at IW rvgnlar aitrsjrttsins; role. AH namnnieat.ions tntcixtot lo fmsnvire the prl M en its or interests of Cfrporatlona, Societies, Sshoots or Iain-Meals, will b charged h adroT tiseesenu. A sheas t rlalas, Jassssjarr , ' . Legislative - A resolution has passed the Senate to adjourn on the 2Hth inst, Senate bill en , ' meting an appraUcinent law, rejected. In the House, the report of the Com mittee on Federal Relation trm adopted.. . The report provides for assembling- of a Convention of the slave-holding State at Nashville, on the 4th February, Ac The I Tonne refused to rc-oonsidcr the vote repealing the Conventional Interest bill. Ilouso bill prescribing the remedy for the collection of debts, and relief for the peo ple, not amended in various particulars, i and then paused on. its third and final reading in the House by section...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 January 1861

n4 situation?: V.. tPro th. Aatloval latoiligencar. t The render will find in-another part of , to-dny'a lutelligenccr copy 'of the flo- port i-ubmitted to the House of - Repre ' aerttntives on Monday last by Mi.' Con , win) from the National Committee ru'ised 1Jnltr the' rrenlntion of Mr. Itofctar. xThey iwiU lo Iciu'ii by tho ,-roccedinga of the ttanate th it tint body., m Vaa tn ion of yesterday,' Adopted the Jollmrlng Yenolutiomj ffured by Mr. Clark, of -Jiew , Ilnm-islnre, h a ul).'tititte for the Crit tenden plan of eoniprouiian:. .,-. . , " ' " RftnlnrA, Thitt i the '' provisions of the Constitution, nre im'iplo for the presprvn : lion of the Union nnl protection of all the nutionnl internals of the country; that it needs Uv be obeyed Tnthnr thnn ' Amended,' mid that an cxtriuntion from our present danger is to bo looked for in strenuous cftovts to preserve the. fieiioe, ..protect tlio public properly, and enforce ; tlio lawn, rut lice than in new guaran tees lor peculiar int...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 January 1861

- - T ISMCTfVttT INVITES TUB FB0PL1 J L to Mil l HI Bo-drntera. nil re th best (aiecied Koek of Books and Stationery be fnwnd "anywhere ontsMe of Use big elilea, prl hsattsfy alk He offer an oxtewstr and troriert assortment of Standard) . A ....... U-i.' huaJml. ''jtirrfra'rorwrt jjHit, iivit ......jrwr i " Scie-nso, iittrary, fnWeal, Hifrtnt, V ., . . , . - Simfraphieell. ' . acOOOl. AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. T,t , To lastroet an to plen lb people. . T his Bice Gift Books for "Juvenile" fe Ml .Mont Hi hi SCHOOL BOOKS, n1 to th. low Vint of thorn kit, ho particularly hrvll At " tentlon. i - , ' HI. Stationery, from 1 rWi: to n Portfcllo, '"rid through Itu extended list, snwhraeo a "Terlorr of kind and oualltltss, from th nT ) to tho mT nan. Stationary for kho to 4te, tasteful, elegant, reoBerohe, R varied and rtcta abundance. All (art of Blank Book on elm) from Ledger uiu Album to Pas Book , er a Pocket Diary, es mil u oil torn" nd quell- .M of Writing Paper, Visiting Cardv.Paper Han...

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