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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 April 1861

cshsv .".-..-.-.vt ...... . ;-.. - I. BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENK, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 18Cl.t vol:xiii-no: ess; m , if- TERMS: Till POST II PUBLISHKD EVERT mtDAT, Two Dollar Year, Payable In Advanoe. No attention fmtrf to orders Jot the iuipet unteee accompanied by the Caeh. AtivnnTrssMKTrs will be charged 1 for aqnnro of 10 llnoa, ot lorn, fur the Srat Insertion, and 60 eonu for eaoh eonttnuanee. A liboml deduction ma.le to th.no who advertise by the year. jpf Peraone sending adrortieemente muat mark the numhor of llmoa thoy desire tlicra innrled, or they will ba-cmrftmrad until forbid and ehargod accordingly.-. If or announcing tha namei of eandidatoi for oflloe, 15, Coin. Obituary notlcee evor 12 Hnea, charged at regu lar advortlaing rates. All communications Intended to promote the E rivals endi or Interests of Corporation, Pociotioa, choola or Individual, will be ehargod aa adver tisements. Jos Won, inch an Pamphlets, Mlnntos, Circu lam, Cards, Blank, Handbills, Ac, will he ex...

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 April 1861

NJ xj 40 J MP' TERMS I e DwitiM 4 Tsia, favraMs I adrstie. Ammehtg ihm of oaodMstM M H,M, OMtmry Hotf-e inf twetre Hm, ehsrfed M be regale sxtomMiilnic raNe. AH aaaMMateMkna Intended la preeinte the pri vate ends w hueioels f Cervnratleoe, BeeMlet, gekanlsorladiiidaals, will h charged M adver- Albmu, Friday, April It, Its I. To Correspondent. Tt it utterly impossible for m to pub ,. lisa half the communication we are re eeiriog, and at 111 aarae time keep our readers up with the currents of eventa in different sections of the country. We yield nearly all editorial apace to make room for newi matter, believing that it k aa much our duty to keep the people ad vised of what la transpiring in one direo Uoa aa in another. We would like to ac commodate all who send communications, hut w cannot do ad without rendering the oolumns of the paper uninteresting to at leaat three-fourths of its I eadora. '.. Hamilton County. ' We Are requested to correct an impres sion which haa boon made here, ...

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 April 1861

U1 ... , v1 4. Party Spirit. It Is a well established truth that par ties lire essential to the prosperity of free governments, nnd that when organized, with it view to national objects and pub lic welfsre, they ro fruitful Messings. It Is equally true that when organised for soRtlonal purposes, or with a view to the ' gratification of party and selfish interests, they ore a publio fhtrse. No evidence of this is wanting. The drplorable proof the wo-ld sees In the disruption of the American Union, So long as political parties In the United States were purely national in their ohjeots, notwithstanding oocasional excesses in tone and temper, they contributed largely to the strength of the political system, infused vigor, challenged Inquiry, and were productive of manifold benefits. The time unfortu nately came when a party arose that was organized with a view to sectional or self ish eggrnniliioment, rather than the na tional welfare. From that hour dates the decline and full of the mo...

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 April 1861

or Al....S DU3 ST0BE. ' R X. Ul&SSAIL, M. IV IOTBXDIXO-TO - BRVOIH 018 ATTUH-' Hon to the Dmg LWn.ss, offers to Dm aitlieni ul Athens nnd vicinity acarefu.ly assorted stock ol . Jlertloines, Paints and Dye-Stnffs, on feoiooable tarm for CAStl. Willi u eltp riaoe of several years, ko hulds niwiwlf qunliltori togivoeetisi'aiitiea to ell wko nay favor him with their patronage. - , His termi are practically Ci, Alt aoonnnts will bomaile iw oomifmii lH.it tkri b SETTLED fiitirMWjr. The husinen Is particularly rotnll, anil to not but regular enstoracrl will anything ho tntil Mi tioio. Ho hot on hand f,,1V stock' of PATENT MBPICINKS) Dim, handsome variety of FINK FSnPUMBKr, to which iPkUI attention te nil. od, a. ho l determined to ileasey beta in tirioa and quality. .. .. .-. .- To eolao oat a lot of Confectionary ko will Mdl It by rotail at Tory law figorea, indeed. Vox U, lotto If-est ... . ' V NOTICE, Baaxcn Dm or Tbssfssbb, I AlH'nt, 4th I)wt.t 8ot. J PRTIB3 PRKSKN T1NO N0TK8 AND ...

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 April 1861

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1861. VOL. XIII-NO. C5G. TERMS: THR POST 18 PUBIiISHKD EVERT FRIftAT, Two Dollars Year, Payable In Advance. t$u No attention paiH to order$ or the paptz Unfel accompanied by th Cuah. AnrKiiTifiEHRNTH will lo charged $1 par square of 10 Hnos, or lew, fur tlio first insurtinTi, ami 60 cents for each oonUnunnco. A liberal ilcilntiion marie to thnno who ftilvnrUaa by (bo ynir. ff-Pornoni ftendinz advertisements must mark the number of time tlioy dc-ire them inserted, or thay will b continued uulil forbid and charged accordingly. For announcing tbo names of candidates fur Office $5, Canh. Obituary notices over 12 linos, charged at regu lar advertising rates. All communication intended to promMo the private ends or interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will bo charged as adver tisements. Job Woiik, siuh as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circu lar, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will bo execu ted In good style and on reasonable...

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 April 1861

tktns gost. TERMS i tw Dollab A TlAH, ptmbU In S'Itsocs. Aaaoanelng asms of eaudidatoi for offlco $5,00, Cms. Obituary Notltm ortt twelve lliioa, ebarpd t h rulr advert Ulna- rates. All oemraunioaiiooi Intended to promote the pri vate endf or Interests of Corporation!, Societies, School! or Individuals, will be eharged as adver tlntaeate. tteea, l'rUr April IBi ll. Communications. We muil for the preterit bo excused from publishing communication! letting forth the claims of candidate. The mere - suggesting of the names of suitable per sons for office is not included In the rule. A moment's reflection will convince eve ry one of the propriety of this determi nation. The War Commenced. The bombardment of Fort Sumter com menced Inst Friday, and was kept up un til Saturday, when Mnj. Anderson, after a gallant and vigorous resistance, surren dered and wis permitted to take ship ping; with his men for New York. Par ticulars of the affair, as far as they have reached us, will be found else...

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 April 1861

. Tennessee and tho War Question. From the Nashville Patriot, of llio 12lh. Tennessea gnve no votes to Mr. Lin coin. Hor pcoplo rapmliated with one minj tho erred upon wliicli li is friends nt Cliicngo nskcel their 8u(Vrn;;e9. Tlmt creed tvns (eotionul nnd inn counter to their views of litfht, orjunliiy nnd jiKtive, Tlmy were overpowered by numtivrs, nnd Mr. Lincoln wns elected to tho Presidency. Tennessee Wns warned Hint such nn event would lend to nn attempted dismember ment of tho Union. Tlmt warning hns been fulfilled In every particular. At the snine time her people wcro advised th:il such on event would b fiord no justifiable onuse in itself for revolution ond n dis tneinberniRiit of tho Union, nnd admon ished not to titke sides with those who hud pi'o-deterniined to break up tho Gov ernment. They thus had notice of the probnblo course of events, and time to makeup their minds ngntnst thcapproach ci of the Secessionists. 1'hey did to, nnd declared their decision and purpose on...

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 April 1861

1 ATHENS DRUG STORE. , E. T. MARSHALL, M. ., TNTKNDItTO 10 DEVOIB HIS ATTKN 'X "on "'"! Biuinni, olTora to tlx citiicn, , of Alhenl and vicinity aoarofu.ly assorted stock oi Medicines, Paints and Dye-Stuffs, on reasonable terms, for CASH. With an expo rlenra of several years, he bold, himself iielitio.l lo gireealisfacllon to nil who may favor bim with their patronago. Ilia lunnj are practically Cnth. All aceonn', will bemad, wiorcomiiiioii thot Mr, SKTT1.EU quarterly. Tiio business in particularly retail, anil to none but regular customer, will anything bt sold on time. Ha haii on hind a full stock of PATENT - MEDICINE. t nlao,a handsome rnrlctT of FIN E KKKKl'.MliltV, to which special ntlontion Is cull d, ai ho la determined to ploeso, both tu price and qnallty. To eotia out a lot of Confectionary ha will acll it by retail at vary low llguros, Indued. Mor 16, I860 tf tU NOTICE. Branch Rash op Tutiximsbf., I Athm, 4th Don., isfio. ( PRTIE3 PRESENTING IS01MA AND Bills at thii Bank f...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 April 1861

41 iS ! .- 1 BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 18G1. VOL. XIII---NO. C57. -y i i i li i m i TERMS: TUB POST Ifl PUBLISHED EVERT PRTDAT, Two Dollars Ytar, Payable In Advance. t Vo attention paid In ordtrt or th paptt Nftfcw accompanied by tht Cath. AnrmTiAiMEffTS will be efafcrij?e. $1 per tqttar or 10 it net, or letm, for th nritt in sort ton, and 60 eanuforMch continuance. A lihr1 deduction Md to Uiom who lvrtiio by tho year. -TPerooi mmling dvrtiHmenti muit murk tha number of timet they desire them Innrted, or they will be eontiouad n-til forbid and charged fcooordinRly.-w? For announciug the narooi of candidate! for office, $6, Cat A. Obitnar- notleei orer 12 Unci, charged at regu lar adrertiting ratec. All oommunicaliona Intended to promote the pr irate ends or Interest! of Corporations, Societies, RchooU or Individuals, will be charged as adver tisements. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minntei, Circu lars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be execu ted In good s...

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 April 1861

gtfctiw gost. TERMS l T Dollars Tsar, p5 aM la avnre. Aauanolng hmi of osuduUtea for effio ,00, Calk. Obituary NotiMtovor tw.lv. ttuta, oWged.t as ir-u1m advertising rafcx. All asramunlcatfoni intended to promote tat prl vatt mdi or Interests of Corporations, Pocieties, Sohoole or Individuals, will be charged as adver lima est. aiw. rridr. April ta, irui. Extra Session of the Loglslnturo The Genorul Assembly met in eV.ra I - session on yesterday, in obedience to tne Governors Proclamation, whioU will be fotaiid on H ouUiJ cf this paper. ' ' "ACtircV' . t)n the next page will be found a Gird signed by a number of persons of this ' place and vicinity. Among the list ire notice the names of several clever and substantial gentlemon. The report eon ' tradicted, we suspect was started simply , a a joke. . At any rate, we regard I lie . the publication of the paper a uncalled . for, though it no doubt reflects correeVy the sentiments of most, if not all, whose signatures are appended to it...

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 April 1861

Another Proclamation. ?!S.TU National InltlHgriKnr of Katurdny, 6klish tlio following: '" ' -1 . VntfRBA9, nn 'insurrection against llio j'tlovernmont of the Unit oil Stntes lina .broken out in tlie Htnloa ol South (,'arolitm, , . Oeoraift, Alabntnii, Klor'uln, Misisipii, 1 IxnJiairinn nl IVxivt, nml thn bw-i ol the ' Unitod SUtc-a for tlio nollocli'in of tlio ro '' VenUo enn not ho efl'ectuiilly excnutoil J ".therein conformably to thut rovisiinn of J til 9 Constitution which rccjuirni! dm in to k.i lis uniform throughout I ho UliiloiKSliilo?: -".ii Antl .'horfna ft onmbinntion of pornous, njawi in such itmirrootinn. hVo thrcnt Xneil to grrint pretended luttrrn orniiirqun J''to authorize llio hAarors thereof to coininit ( .aiaults on the lives, veasi'U, and property of good citizen of tlio country lawfully . engaged in commorco on til hi''h seas, nun in waters of tht United Stato-: - And whereas nn Exenutivo I'roclama " titirt Ims been already issued, requiring the persona engaged ...

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 April 1861

- ATHENS DRUG STORE. ft. T. MARSHALL, M. D., HmNDIrTO TO DEVOTR HI8 ATTEN J. "rug Bualneee, often to th eitltent f A Iff aB VNIBIIJ a .ar.ia.iy MtortM eioca VI XwUoiaet, Paints and Dye-Stuffi, aa reasonable tsrai. for CASH. With u uh rleae t Mrml yore, h hold, himself qualitled I givesousrectiea M mi who say tavor aim win kir vatraaao. Uli Unas m practically Ore. All aeennnts will be made emoViio lAnl tacr SETTLED warterjr. Taa knlnu is partleularly rttail, al lo aona but regular eustooa.r. wtll anything aa said aa tissa. Ha kaa an hand full ttoek af PATH!fT MEDICINK41 : alio, a handsome variety of FINE PERFUMERY, lo which .fecial attention la call- aa ka la aetarialned to plea, both In prtoa aa quality. To aolia aat a lot af Confectionary ka will tall U k ratal) at vary low Sgaraa, iadaad. Mar It, I860 tf 3 NOTICE. Baaaca Baaa or Immii, I Alknt, 4tk laa., 140. f PARTIES "RESENTING NOTES AND Bill, at this Bank for Dieemutt or Aeanrat, ara notified that Mid papara will sol ka remived...

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. — 3 May 1861

1 .,- tt.-y r , ,, -r 1 r ; , . UttiUT ''ill. .'.. 4 .1, - :: -.i .. -V, ,' , r:' ' '-.." ! . - : -Vk ' ' ; y ri v, BY. SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1801. LU". ,VOL. XIII-NO. G58. IWI'""""MM""Tr!Tr Tl T!T 1 'J'Winnii m nmwn iiwwwiikwwmii i i wimiwi m UJUjn JLI mwmmt iimjjiiiu-.J-LJ-I TERMS: -a - ran post is published evert pridat, ; 1 Two Dollar a Year, Payable tn Advance. ' No attention paid to order jot th papt ' MftfeM acmpanid by th Oath. ' AhTRnTisiMRWTi will b chArged $1 par irpiart 1 of 10 lib, or leii, for tht flrit insertion, ind 60 : mnttforaaoh eontlnuanc. A liberul deduction bad to tfaofio who adrrtls by the year.- ( jaB-Prf Mndinfr advertiwmenU must mark ;t tit OTunhor of timet they deiiro them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged itpordinfly.- 4 For announcing the namci of candidate! for n Office, $5, Cath. 1 Obituary notioes over 12 llnoi, eharged at regu lar advertising rates. AIL eomnmnieationa intended U promote the . private...

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. — 3 May 1861

TERMS I ? Hollas A Yias, prsi la atwrae. aeasaaeing asms of caaaiaatai tat seta $5,00, Ca. bowery Varies am lw)v , sWgeil at ngular Tnllrt rates. All onianicaUonfl inteaital to arotsoU ths prl vals oaai or tatsrMt af CiwasfaUons, SocfetiM, St aoolt t(s4lriMl, iU b charged at advcr-tlsomsnt. , rrlar mar 8. lt. V;, ) Oona to 2f ashrttle. The editor left for Nashville on Mon--"-day, after prcpalng a good portion of the matter for this paper, and had not return f up to the hour of going to press. GdTOrnor's Message. ,;,,' We publish to day the Governor' nn age lo the present extra session of the t , Legislature Not having yet read it we t ; oao't apeak of iU merits. ,''.': Bradley County. ..:; : Circuit Court for Bradley county con- rne next Monday, 6th. ! '.- i Hew. r. K. Zollicofler. Bead the letter of this distinguished , gentleman, on the first page of this paper, " '' Washington City. ",".' We understand that Senator Johnson, ; who is now canvassing East Tennessee in ' extenuation ...

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. — 3 May 1861

-t ) ((-.,' '! Letter from th North. - ' In, nj.it.; ; From the Nashville Banner.- i '"Jr. A fr''n1 in " y wndi ot for pttbli 1 . ntion the following sensible letter, from A private correspondent. The views of , the writer Willi bo found Interesting to ' "OUf rrllt't - ' - It ,,'" 7 ' "'-!-; .Mass,, April 15, '61, '..JjtaW- i , . i enn oniy tj,ini of the " one trtpio that fills nil minds and henrts. Yoit know 1 have hud n bettor nriporlti j" niky Ihnn most men to see nnd know nil !,',, nldos without taking nny active, exciting part. Tho txlreme North,, the extreme .1-. ,Noutli, find the middlt feeling of the Border : )tts I know them ell personally and in- " tirnatety.'- W All know whero tho 0,71c of ' tho Constitution nnd laws places' the wliolo. mutter; und wo know, too, that to nforce pluin legal rights is some times to lino all lights. Mr. Lincoln, has nmv given the secessionists, not a tamt, hnr.Jly prrtM, but an tpportunity to fight. Nolh 'T'' n but war could llnva long kept l...

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. — 3 May 1861

r.-p ATHENS DRUG STORE. R. T. MARSHALL, If . D., O 'TSMRMlftl TO DHVOT1 HW ATTKS kbkl tt) n Dnig Business, offers t Ik altiaont 1 Athens nnd vicinity a oaref a ly assorted stock 01 enit i Medicines, Paints and Dye-Stuff, reeanaabl tenet, for CASH. With aa expe- t Dnn ef several yeara be holds himself qualinvd t!- to givetalitf aotloa) all wb as ay tavef Hot with , their etrmege . Ilia N preellcally Caek, All ecrnnnta Will be mad aaga owdi'iiM, A Mo A' A' TTLEO , mtarUrlf The business ia particularly retail, '.., ead to son hut regular easterners will anything be laid oa time. lie bu on hand a foil stock or PATENT '.-" MRDICINKS; alao,a handaomararlotyofFIXB ' 1 FHRPUMKKT, In which tpeeial attention l oall. 'J-d, aaho It determined to pleaae, both to price eed quality. - .n - To eelse aat a lot of Oonfectlonary hi will nil -hit it by retail at 017 low figures, indeed. :.i , iter 18, ltMIO tf 3t NOTICE. ' '.' ; Bancn Bis or Tttsxmji!, I ' Aihtnt, 4th Dec, lutso. J ' "TAKTIK9 PRESENTIN...

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. — 10 May 1861

v - m L2T - C?" - - - . I . n i n - i- r i .Monl baa bnalanll Jug ikliliM rt-niriO edT it (t.ai awiavn I'M eVtleol X 1 IIOIIITI 1' II1'M ' , (. . , .... ..:. , IIOJIB"''' r.ifl'l '! V- Pi' -'l JooM cl 0" ! ' '"irV vaK V. .! iili I ."''' 1 " it) l-t-h ),. i'ii " i '";' ";' liiH-nl 'mil Init ' .lie--.' ,1i!ll nJ'll f lil ''''i'.' "'.','' ' .tlilll I it' I lit " ''"''' '' ' '"' ' '' ,M' .in.ii.n :- ill ! I )'" . i - ' : ' " ,;,! ! i ' i . 'i ' V. '!' l-HK l-Ml-1 .i-..t .....I. : ' ! '" ' ' I ': " m, , rl : ' ! '' ' '':, ' , Wi'lil I ' ) ..'''' ' 1 ' 1 1 ! I ' ' ' ' '' ' ' will I 'il I ' t "! ' ' ' iii i ' " i- ; . " " . . . ...I ,Jt Aril nl .(- . .ivii inr(i"m 'iw -"I'l i .ma it I I I ST A.fll IAn AIII III 1 .1 will o ' n'"i bnijJM- !' i M,tnmAWiMHilmnA .1 -.lit I' Mli'l'l ... HI I"'' I lo if m, r-r il It' In nili " 'n"' T"""-" r- . iW H I iilininnK'Xul'lilH It,..' J I' I t' !i (...! .! ii ,....; . .ill I J .i I -I. ..I I .1.1. .-it F!IH-IT( J .1H fill iH1"T "J i?t.wwii in.i.nqiwi"w.ir...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 May 1861

TERM I fw BwLlaaa a Yaaa, prMa la elveass. ftae. , imwiuiM Mnniimi ray esses ss.se. OMneary HoeJewere twelve Usee, ihu-f4 at 1 rafale sajvertlsiaf nm, All mwhiIhIIni lalmSeJ I fremiti tke prf vale ee4e ar ratereets ef Cerporatlosis, goeleliee. Schools e laSirteaeJa, wM ha ekarfW M ririr Hsosaoatt. Athene, rrielar, Mar IOi I SSI. KOTICTJL AH nimi laeMMee' I sal eee for Jen work, easssilotl , of aslrarusteg, ate reeeeetfelly bat Sara sally taaasssea1 la auk basaoeUaee peyaMat, pat Maaaa wUi lafci a gnat favor at by at iaajlaf this mailer al an early day. .U- tnbUo MMting. -.-.We are MOjaested to gWe notice that there will be a Publio Meeting at Mouse Creek Depot, McMinn county, on Satur . day, the 18th tost Addresses will be de- j iivesed . by . Gen. T. K. Zotlicoffer, Chsn- eelior Vam Dyke, Landon C. ITaynes, Jodge Bowles, M. P. Jarnagin, and other , dietinguiahed gentlemen. - Telegraphio Dispatches, It U proper to state that all dispatches tram Washington, New York, and that direoti...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 May 1861

rtnnla Him by th Prvndent lT,(A4,ssiii(stA UnitIStatf Anurica. tyiw ii i i' A rocLnoK. ''i " " WftiMtl existing exigencies demand ""MtdmediKU and adequate miwiuet for tha protection of tha National Constitution , ,noJ the preaarvation of tha National Union, by tha suppreaaion of the insur lar. faction ary combinations now existing in "Hermit! Htates for opposing the luws of 1 ' ' the Union and obstructing the execution thereof, to which end a military force in . , , addition to tint railed forth by my pro- clamation of the fifteenth day of April, in v the preaent year, appears to be imlispen- aably necessaryi "" Now, thcrnfore, T, Abrtham Lincoln, "Pretiilont of the United States and Coin mander-in-Cliinf of the Army and Navy ', . thereof, and of the Militia of the several t. State, when nailed into actual service, ' do heinby call into the service of the United States . forty-two thousand nnd thirty-four volunteers, to serve for the period of three years, unless sooner dis charged,...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 May 1861

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