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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 1 February 1861

v. tiii 'v ..... 0' N -i - BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 18G1. VOL. XIII NO, 645; TERMS: Till POST 18 PUnLKHKD CVRRT FRIDAY, ' Two Dotlari I Year, Payable In Advanoe. No attention paid tn brdere Jor the paper mnle accompanied fty the Cath, Adtrhtisrhknts will be charged $1 per square of 10 lines, or Ions, fur the flret insertion, ami 50 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. jHB Person sending advertisements must mark the number of times they desire tliera inserted, or they will bo continued until forbid and charged aooordlngly.-ft For annoitnuing the names of candidates fur offlro, $5, Vah. Obituary ootlcos over 12 Unci, charged at regu lar advertising rates. AH communications Intended to promote tlio private ends or interests or Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as adver tisements. Jos Wonx, inch an Pamphlets, Minutes, Circu lars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will bo execu ted i...

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. — 1 February 1861

AT-. TERMS l te Dotal M 4 Ysas, payable ! sdTanca. ' AaneuAcing tames of eandidates fot etSce t,00, Cnh. ' Obitssry Notices over twelve lines, charged at k tr' d,rOT,,,l,,if ''' . . All oeranuinioaUone intended lo promote tbo prl ate elds or Interest! of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will bo charged as lw tltemeats. A shoes, Fridays lofcrtiary t, I set. Bradley County. We learn that lr. J. O. Brown Is can didate to represent Bradley county In tlio : Stat Convention. - Monroe County. -' W. L. Eakix, Esq., is the candidate for the State Convention in Monroe. Knox County. Col. John Baxter has Leon nominated to represent Knox county in the State . Convention; C. F. Trigg, Esq., for Knox and Roane) and O. P. Temple, for Knox and Sevier. Hon. Horaoe Maynard. An excellent letter from this gentleman will be found on the first page of our pa per. It appeared in the Knoxville Whig of last week. , The H Stop Law." In our columns will be found a copy of . . the "Roliof Bill,"...

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. — 1 February 1861

V,- . - V ' t AIT ACT. Frctcrilnng lUe Remedy for the Collection 0 Debit, and Relief of the Pcoplt, 'Section 1. Be it mortal ly the General A numbly of the State of Termeitee, Thnt from nml niter t he passage of this Act, t hnt all ,udiiPiiicnU nnd decrees which shall lie rendered in any of the Courts of litxinrd In this Suite, or which shall bn rendered ly Justices of the Peace of this State for Viioncy, hall be stayed by such Oiurt ond Justices for tho peiiod of twelve months from tho rendition of such de cree or judgment: Provided, That the defendant or defendants in snid judg ments or deorces shall appear before suid Courts of Hccord during the term of . such Court, or within two days after the rendition of the judgment before Justices of tho Peace, and give good and ample security for the stay of execution, to be approved of by said Courts or Justices, which slay shall operate ns a judgment against the security in saidCourts or be fore said Justices. Sec. 2. Be it further enact...

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. — 1 February 1861

-: ATKEKS BOOX STORE., J7- UUJtU w. Kuas, . BOOKSELLER &8TATIONER, U BSPKCTFULLY INVITES THE PKOPI.B "X V Mil t hi Bookstore, and seo Ihe kwl ' xlmnxt stock of llonlu and Stationery to be found anywhere mOidc of the big ettle., at prion In -sVtisfyal. lis otTor. en acctisiv. Hud varied - assortment of Standard, Jkfricnltnrnl, 4tar, Medienl, Rigiimt, tarn-af, , jfefemiit, hiterary, I'.dltieal, Mittorieal, . ' . fti'fraphieril, ' cfJQOL AXI) MISCELLANEOUS WtRKB. T. instruct end to pleas, people. To his ulee Gift Bonks for "Juvenllos" for ill iiumi and his SI'HOOh ROOKS, and to the .o Vice, of tbem all, bo particularly Invite, at ' tentton. -. . Hti Slallohery, from a Pencil to a Portfolio; v and through tin extended list, embrace, a wld. "eerlaty of kinds and qualifies, from tlio rnitr iitir to tin vaar rim. Stationer, for tbo la- dies, lasuf.il, elogant. recherche, in vjio4 and rich abundance. All lorM of Blank Rook on , hand from a Lodger or an Albnm, to a Pass Book or a Pocket ...

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. — 8 February 1861

. v ; v ' . W' ',v:'''ss : BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS,: TKNN., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8,1861. , VOL. XIII-NO; 646. " ' ' - r TERMS: Til POST IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, Two Dollan a Year, Payable In Advance. SL. Afi attention jmiil tft nnttrt for fAf pnnet actminnied Of (A 6itA. AnriRTiassnrrs will b cWnt $1 per square or ID Unas, or lou, fi.r tbs firm lncrlin, and (It eonta fur aach ountinnatit'e. A lihorul duiliii'tluo marto to tlxim who ailvortlta by tho year. .sT Parsons namlin adrartisvmonta aitint mark tho luimhar of timoa tlior ilesiro them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged awonlinjily.-e . For announcing tha names ('candidates fur oOtco, $, Cah. Oliltnary nntlrea avor 11 lines, charged at regu lar advertising rate. All comrannieatliinll Intended to protnolo the prirate ends or intrrmta of Corporation. Hocietiea, Bchoela or Xndiriduala, will be charged aa adver tisement. Jos Won. nch a Punqihlot, Minutes, Circu lar, Card, Uliink, Handbills, Ai, will be execu...

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. — 8 February 1861

2 TERMS l e DtLlM A Tun. parable la advene, limidif mm ef candidate for ,00, Obltaary Norte ever twelve Hum, harp: at Ik ff ater aelvevrtswia; rale. All essamaaleations inteaded to promote the prt rata ends or lntnta of Corpovetkme, Soeletlee, School er Individuals, will b charges as tdm-HmmM. Afhesso, rrMn rkrry I Ml. The Ticket. Tb following U Ik Tick adopted by lb Vatoa Mm Meeting, hut Saturday I i i - .AbacuWal Dimiriet, . WM. M. MOOS, ef Folk. JfcJfie Cvenfe, t JAMB9 B. COOK Ait'el nVjirVaswrnffre, AD, COX, ef Malg. - Eleotion of Delegates. The election for delegate to the State Contention occur tomorrow Saturday. The Army Bill. The bill appropriating money to trra end equip the State, was rejected in the lower branch of the Legislature. The bill reviving the old militia system wm adopted. Conventional Interest. The Legislature teno.lot j.n.. tiunal lntereet tmw. Bank Suspensions. A copy of the set legaliiing Dank sus pensions and to accommodate the people, Will be found In our...

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. — 8 February 1861

. ok-- - $ - .' ' . Remark! of Mr. Tanooy In the Stat -, ,., Convention. The report of the Committee of Thir teen on Provisional and Permanent Gor ernmenti for Southern Confederacy be ing under consideration,'' . Mr. Yancey Mid I Mr. President, (lie pebpleof Houtli Carolina hnve invited the people of Alabama to meet tliein in Con vention to frame Piovlslonnl end Perm ncnt Government for the sccertingStatn. In the resolutions accompanying tho Or dinance dissolving the Union the Ordi nance of Secession this Convention ac cepted that invitation I and adopting the sup pest ion of the Commissioner from Mouth C'irolitta, we invited those, as well as the otlicf Southern States, to meet us in Convention in this city, on tho 4th of February, ItHil, for tho purpose of fin. minx Provisional and Permanent Gov ernments, for our common future peace and security. The object of the report and resolu tion now under consideration, is simply to curry into elite! the design then and thus announced, and...

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. — 8 February 1861

v: . v ATHENS EOOX STORE;: QEOJL, W. ROSS, , BOOKSELLER STATIONER, RESPECTFULLY INVITES TUB PKOPl.B tn mil t hit Uoukstnre, and so tin bet Mlaessd stock uf Haulm and Stationary to bt, lui aaywheta outside n tho big eltkrs, at prtroe to Satisfy ll. Ha offers mn extensive Mil- varied aasnrtrount of Standard, Afriemltmral, 1m, Meditat, ttelimione, PHoal, &iatf. (iKnin, PiMilrak Mleearieml, . BCHOOt, AMD MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. - - To inetraet m4 nleam Iha tssopla. . . To his nice Gift Books for JToutla' far ll inimi and fall SCHOOL BOOKS, ui lothn Low Pricf ml tbgsp til, M particularly Invites at tuition. - His Matloaery, from a Panel! to I Portfolio, 4 through tba attend IM, embraces will variety of kin! and qualities, from tin CHAP to the yanv rixa. Stationery for I ho la am, tasteful, slogans, roeaeroha. In vnrlad and rich abundance. All sorts of Blank Books oa hand from a Lodger or an Album to a Pax Book ar a Pooket Plarv. ae well as all rorsss and qnall- trai of Writing Paper, Vi...

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. — 15 February 1861

. - r nx r7AR?fr!!.rcn:,N BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 18G1. VOL. XIII---N0. G47. Mi 1. TEEMS: TU POST 18 FUBLlalll.D ETCRT FRIDAT, Two Dollari i Year, Payable in Advance. A'o attrition paiil tm imleri or ikt p'ipK mecompanird the t'tA. ADrntTHKHtiTi will be ebsrfteil $1 per square of It line., or leaf. Cur tb Srit inrarUoD, tntl 50 tU for each conlinuanre. A liberal dctluctiua made to thnao who alvorliM by the year. vPcrioni tending atlvcrtiMinenU must 111:11 k the number of time! they desire them innerted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged ceonlingly.-TS Fur aonounciug the names of candidate fur ofuea. ti, fti.A. Obituary notices over ti linos, charged at regu lar advertising rale. All eommunicatiima Intended to promote llio private ends or intereU" of Corporation, Societies, School! or Individuals, will be charged ai adver tiramenti. Job Work, luch at Pumpliloln, Minutci, Circu lar., Card, Siaiiki, Handbill, A, will be execu ted ia good 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. — 15 February 1861

k - t. 1 r'4 .TERMS : Two Doi.l.ARI 1 Vriii, payable in .rnr. Announcing Oftinei f caii'li-lutei for uttiix f Ci-h. Obitunry Xitii-y otit twelve charged at tb nrjrular U'lvrriifin rat,. All 'iiiinutii:iii"ii IiiIi-ii'I'mI Ui prMnnt (he ri V:ite end or inltT'-w f 'rMir!itix, Hio'ii'iii', Kcliooli. or Iii'livi'lim,!, will tio tburej as atlver-tl-pmt-uts. Alliens, I'ridnr, IVbruurf 15, 18111. Anniversary of Washington's Birth Day. Extensive preparations arc making for tho Celebration of tlio Anniversary of Washington' Birth-Day, nt this place. See programme next page. " Our Flag." The Flag presented hy tlio ladies of Alliens to Cap-. John I. IJwry' Com pany on the eve of departure for Mexico in was t.iken a few years ago to a celebration in a neighboring county, and lias not been returned. Capt. Lowry re quests tho parties who have tho Fhig to return it immediately. Tho Election. The returns of the Election, as far as lhcy have reached us, indicate it to have been, what may be appropri...

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. — 15 February 1861

A Forgery Expogod. Tbe Charleston Mercury recently pub lished what purported to be a corrttpon- deuce between Mr. J. A. Spencer, of Wheeling, Va., and Mr. Lincoln, the President elect. Mr. Spencer is repre sented as huvir.g inWirogiiteU Mr. I., as follow !. ,,1,B J;lrlli: ,( tlon of "'"'e ESI? '.y J.u.,,n 7" u'"1 aU " J"'(j''H Will I'M lllllll H- fill Ill juurcn next, wouM you have exorcned the pardoning power? 'd. lKj you reL'Hiil the Ired Scott di- ctMt.n, as binding ujion the people of the Xorth? To this Mr. Lincoln is made to reply Hint he had determined to nnstver no let ters addie-cd to him in regard to the Mute of tho country, but that, seeing Unit Mr. Spencer is such a good fellow, he makes him and his harmless little ques tions an exception, and answers them in this exquisitely naive and edifying style. I have carefully reviewed the testimony in said ease, and in my opinion Brown committed no offense against the federal government meriting siieli severe punish ment as he re...

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. — 15 February 1861

Tiir'pic nnrvj cmoc I A I riLIIO DUUft Ol Jliu. OEOIL W. ilOS3, BOOKSELLKR & STATIONER - v l.jpli ti I'I I.V l.WI il.S TiJli PE"PLI t Ivm sail al bis Ui-i-ro, fiiiJ - I'-e e.le.-icduekof ll .-.Is anil lo Ih: found anvwllere uiii'H' . i lf bl.; i uic. i-l i laii-.'nJJ. ill wl'it mi ijiu-ivi- uad vr.-t tf .-tiii-lir-l. I. lli'-ifrnhii .d, GCUOOh ASH MISl'EI.I.AMfH'S WOHKS. To int'ruct and 1 1 please 1I13 pc.'plo. To lit nice (Oft II inks fir ".Imiuilct'' fur !1 teuton 1 aud hit A' IH.HH. IHI'KS, and to lue .oi Vi of Ibcui nil, be .arutuliir;jf iuiiue il tcatiou. Jill Stationery, frjm Pencil to a Portfolio, and tbrougb the extended litl, cmbracci a wi le variety til kunlt aul iualiti s, from 'lie VKiir iiisai' lo llic vr-iiv risu. Stationery fur the la dies, tatteful, elegant, recherche, in varied an.l rich abundance. All font uf Blank Bnokr nn hand from a Ledger or an Allium lo a Past Book or a Pocket Diary, at well at nil forms ami quali liat of Writing P.ip;r. Visiting Cnl, Pair...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 February 1861

fi w. - .v. 'r.v'.Vv ' . : ' u -f.;. ' i .(:'( . .. li r-r , $:j. .' 1.. ,.. i ....it :. !..:.,..,. ,. .' -. . - . - r jfl ' 'iT . .. st . .if ,N t , ' 1 t. ft ML, ciwis. 1 1 I I BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1$G1, t.t, ii .'-- X i. a. jci TEEMS: : -1 - Tim PORT IS PUBLISH KD BTKRT FRIDAT, Two Dollirt Yer, Payable In Advinoe. ' 4? Nn nthwtirm pntti to orAm or ta papei ' mnltu aa-timpantrd the Vatk. " ' AnrmtTianvi! will be rharged II per iqnivr of IV line, or low, for tlw flrsllnMrtlnn, and 60 oenfa fur mob oontlmmneo. A libernl Hetluetlon mal to those who ailrortln by ttao ytar. t"PurRon aendtoft sdvertlsemonta miut mftrk tho nnmlior of tlraei they rtesire them tnaarUul, or thoy will be continued until forbid e.ad, ohftrged ecronlingljr.-rj . Knr unoonncing the namo of pmliilte fur ofilce, t$, Ctuh. Oliituary notice! orer t! line, charged at regu lar adverUsing rates. All communications Intended to pramoto the private ends or Interests of Corporations, tiooic...

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. — 22 February 1861

TCnMSl ' 1-T- ttuum Ytsa, pay-M l a-veaet, AaaMaaelag hm of ea.ltee for oCao ., OMtaery lfotleee iw ewetv lines, !- at II res-lnr edrortlelnit rotes. AU eeanMak-tkma eno- to prtHo the ri yae ntt) or Internets of Corporations, -oetelteo, SkMlhUTiduli, will b e--c4 u ooer-tUmenta. A them, rfMn rerary tl Southern Confederacy. - The Hon. Jeff Davis, of Mississippi, m inaugurated President of the Gnn Colton Confederacy, last Monday. Uii inaugural address will be found in our (per. Tha Preeldent Elect. "Honest Abraham," President elect, b n route for Washington City, which he will reach to-morrow night. At every point he haa been greeted with Urge Crowd, whioh he entertainexMrith what some people call tpeeches. MrTLincoln may be great mart, and may hare proper appreciation of the duties ni ponsibilities of the position he b abourVty as Cuba and Brazil, and the North are to assume. If sot he has been very un-T to'el or tn same accountability. fortunate in developing the facts on blslT"'01'...

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. — 22 February 1861

tf & Ouf Governor to "Sink us in the Vortex of Destruction." From th. Nashcllle Banner. " Tha Union and American of Sunday Mfsl ' "The telegraph ' announces that the Committee of the Feaoe Conference have ' kftreed upon a plan of adjustment pro hibiting slavery North ol 30 80, and ap plying squatter sovereignty South of It. : We have no idea that any of the South ern State will accept any auoh adjust ment. 7 We have no Idea that, any of the dis unionists of the Southern States are wil ling to aocept of any adjustment, of any kind whatever, espooinlly, since we are told that, Gov. Harris, their leader in this State, has made the declaration that he would "link the whole fifteen Southern Statet in the vorlex of detlnulion bofoi e he would accept the Crittenden proposition as a settlement of the difficulty between tho North and the South," and that he con tends that it Is "the duty and right of South Carolina to take Fort Sumter; even I if total dcttruction became necessary!" Head ...

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. — 22 February 1861

. ATHENS EOOX STORE. v : ,". oKoa. w. boss, BOOKSELLER & STATIONER, KSPBCTFULLY INVITE TlIK PEOPLE JLV to all At hti Bookstore, and lea (her beat ; 4 eoiecAed itnck Of Rooks and Stationery te 1m foeed anywhere outside of the big eilies, at prions tn ' lat'lsfy nil. ' He offers Ml 'extensive' end twlod " assortment nf Btandjtrtl,' . -'Acieafumf. Afeitrtit, ' fVfffiynne, ftirtirill, SckHtifle, Airemrei-AWtWrii',' Hifnrlml, i . mngiUfMml, - ' ' SCHOOL AND MISCKIiLANKOUfl WORKS. . . . To Insinmt and la please he people. . ..- To bis aloe Ulft Books for Jiiv.nllos'' for all -,mu awl hit SCHOOL ROOKS, an to tho . , Vices of taeai all, ha particular! iuvitw at . tentloe. - . , . ., , T Hit Stationery,' from a Panell to a Portfolio, , anil through tli extended Hat, embracer a wid -variety of kinds and qualities, from the vitnr . : cbbap to the vrt risa. Stationery for tho la dles, tastefnl, elegant, recherche, Id varied and rich abundance. All torts of lllank Books an band from a Ledger...

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. — 1 March 1861

r '- V ; ' : ' 'i 2T; S ..... Ti1'" -S- Vi" ' :i , . . . . v c t. BY SAM. P.IVINS. TERMS: ,- tHi POST II PUBLISH KD IVKftT FRTItAT. Two Dollars Ystr, Payablt In Advtnoa. ' 9V JVb tfdetirfnR ymfrf to onfrrt or fJU paper ' Abtratiari(Kts will b oharged 1 per square f 10 linet, or tan, fur th flrtt innriton, an 4 69 mbu ror Meb omiuiiuMire. A liberttl dvlnrtfon m4m to thoto who airertl8 by th yar, APrMBt tend in c adrertlsnmanU nnst mark wa nmbar of timet thay deilra them inMrted, or tfaay will ba oonliaaad until forbid and charged aeoordin t;1y.t4 For announcing iba namaa of candidate! for na, Umih. . Obltnary aotieaa arar I) llnea, ebargad at rega lar adrartiiinc rate. All oomatunica Until Intended to promote the private endt or intereiu of Uorporattont, Bocietieg, Benooii or inatrtdaaii, will do enarged a adver tlnements. Joe Work, inch an PamnhleU. Mlnntei. Circa. Ura, Card, Blanki, Handbill, Ac, will be execn ted in good ityle and on reasonable termi. All letter! addrefled to the ...

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. — 1 March 1861

r I" i I r- TERMS I Tt TMu.Aat a. TsUSj, peraMa la eitranre. AsasMnclng naiaeeuf vaae'i'tatea for erSee $6,90, Ca.li. Obituary Notice over twelve lines, barged al tat regular art vertlslnfr rates. All eeraraiintratlime tntmitod to promote the rl vote audi nr lutvests of Corporations, floeietiee, fteeoolsor laairlJvalt, will be ehargeil aa aUver tlaeraente. ' - itlhoaa, rrirfar, "larck li .pGr We eeruiul will aulillia III eommnnloe ilea ef "W. B. P." If ha Insists. Bat at a n-leei we would raXTnt hlai to lal tba Butter Baas, lu .latrodaotlon lo Ike pabllo, through tba prow, can Wot ntnlt la good to him or anybody els. ; '. .. Notice. ; ; ' . . . . Rubsoribers living in the town will here " after oall or send to the printing-office lor their papers, as the system of "currying round" will be diaeontinued after thia week. The paper goes to presi on Thurs day evening, and about half the town sub scribers call for their pnpera before the Carrier atarts. This gots up confusion and subjects...

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. — 1 March 1861

v. :.... -.-1 .. Latter front Osorgs Washington. "'The following lottery, copied from Uio English Political Mapasin. for 17HJ, bum dale JiJne lSlh of thnt year, ..rut frits v' Written' by Gen. . 'WiuiiiiiKt.m ut ilia close of t lie lnna struggle- wliiclr pnvo In 'dependonco to his country to W'illiarh i Or ran, Governor of Jtlioilo Islam). There " it a feculiar npiiroiirluleness In,' it id tlio .. exigency Mint now exists and, though Hi immortal 'author wss ruled out of Congress . day or two sines, wa trust that 1 his wise teachings will not he diaregnrtlpil ' by the mattes of his countrymen.. When . Ihey turn a cold enr to the admonitions ''m of .this "foremost miin In all tide of time," ,.w shall conclude that the days of the Republic; draw rapidly towards their . closer , We trust that no reader of our paper will pass by this letter! ' ." : 'Sir: The great object for which t hnd the honor to hold an appointment in the . service of my country being accomplish ed, I am now prepming...

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. — 1 March 1861

JTKtHSEOOXSTC?.Er-, GR0R.W.K088, BOOZ8XU.KS STATtOWxta, ."! BSPKOTVVI.LV IXVITES TUB PBOPI.1 Xvel- at kit Dohrrv etui eee Ike beet ' .elected stock of Books aad Stationery to ha Found anywhere eMside of the big ellies, at prieot to eatisiyeUa He niton n eatenevre aad varied ' Hfonamt ef ataaihird. ..- XWciiltom aWie, .WWfettl, Refini, M, . MWi-io, Aianwa, .".W.licwt, Mieturhnl, ' ' Rmantmkioeilf - " , BCI.0Ol.AND MISCELLANEOUS WORKS. T. .aslrnct and to please the people. , ' Ta hit aic Oilt Bonks for "Juveniles" ibr all eeasone and his SCffOtU BOOKS, and to the Am Price, ef them elk. ha particular! invite. a4- eentrot. " Hit StsAlnrrary, from a Pencil in a Fortfollo, a tad through tka attended list, embrace, a aid " variety of kinds and qualities, from tka vmit ' cnaar to the Tear rraa. Htatinn.ry for tka la- cliee, tasteful, sl.gsal, feefcerche, tn varied and . rioh abundance. All aorta of Blank Books oo .heed from a Ledgw at ao Albas ta a Pea. Book ar a Pocket Dlarr, as wail as al...

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