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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 May 1861

.i ; '' BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: THI POST IS PUBLISH KD KVCRT MTDAY, Two Dollar! Year, Payable In Advance. fV Ulinn jwtiVf tn arttrr for (A pajttt nm metnmpnnied by fA Cot. ADViHTfflKKKXTft will h ctinrg(1 $1 prf fqtmr of 10 Ilnet, or Iwi, fbr Hit flrt iiiMrtlon. mid 60 wnU fbr mmA emtinatwir-e. A IHwml (tatarHon m-m tm ttioM wh lrrti by tbtj yar. VPeriani Mtuting .wlrrtiieninti mast mark th number of tlnm they Henfra ihrnn tniorted, or thfij will bt ontluuvd untU forbid and charged aocrdinnly. For annonnrlng th namei of eandldatei fur ftot, $3, CW. OblUiary Bottoe orvr It llnf, charged at regu lar adrortUing rates. All eommunieatlons Intended to prnmoto the private end or interest of Corpnrutinni, Bocirtles, Bithoolt or individual!, will be charged at adver tisement!. Joi Won. nnh ft! Pamphlet, Mlnntoit, Circu lar!, Card, lllftttks, Hnndbilli, Ac. will bo execu ted tn good style and on roosonahlo terms. All letter! addrestod to tin Proprietor, will be promptly altendod to. N emmu n...

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. — 17 May 1861

-Tcmiret Twt Hum a Ysaa, payable U adraiKa, MMcn( aaast of oanJulaWt for aSes $i,00, taoV. Obttaary Voiles (fw twalva lino, charged at t raajala atf ttotna: rataa. AU aaweanfoaUons IntoadaA to promote the pri vate aada ar tatanaU of Corporation!, gcx-trdei, Bahaoli or tadividaala, will fco oaarxad M advar- Hi rrUan Maf IT tiOI. r r . IfOTICB. Alt parsons ladaauA to thll oHoa for Job worV, - ' . r 1 1 i oarnoftl; rtionUd to bak Immediato paymonU Oar MaaiU will oonfor a groat favor on by at oaodinf to tall natter at an tarty day. Adjourned Over. The Legislature on the Pth adjourned : ever until Monday the lTih of June. British Sentiment. The New York vri is allowing vmi tomi of alarm at the evidences of lym pa th y for the .South manifested in Great Britain. . Even the New York Express grows waspish and splenetio at an article ia til Manchester Guardian, the ropro tentative of the grent manufacturing in tereat of England. The Guardian soys that iti Government should at once ro- :-- . ...

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. — 17 May 1861

An Act To Itattt, Orgnnite and Equip A Prortirtrmttt font, nnd far other pitrpme, '"' fWnoa 1. lie U fancied hjf tht General An vembtf of the Stat of Tenneee, That It shall ho the duly of the Governor of tlio gfnlo to mUo, wrgnnire and equip, ft provisional force of Vulun leen for th.) dufimco of tho Htnto, (u con-i.-t of ftfty-f.ee thousand volunteer?, twenty fivo thou mikI of whom, or any Iom number wlih li the want r the ervtai mny dumand, dm 11 lie fitted for lite leld at tho earliest practicable moment, nml the reminder of which itlinll ho held in rmerve, tu march at ehnrt notice. And ehmihl it becomo l.ecc4?ary for tho rnfetjr or iho Stnto, the Uover or may call out tho wholo avuiluMu miliimy airoiifftb of the State, 8bo. 2. He It further nut-ted, That In tho per foriuauco of l hi duty, tho Governor dm II tukc rhare of the military, direct the military defence of tbetitatc, urtfanUc the different arm?, and with the incurrence of tho Military and Financial Hoard, he rii: after ...

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. — 17 May 1861

ATHENS DRUG STORE. R. T. MARSHALL, M. D., INTSNDINiJ TO DEVOTE HI9 ATTKN tion to th. Drug Business, offer to the chiasm ( Athens aid vieluityao&rcru ly aortod Mock 01 ModiclnQS, PainU and Dye-Stuffs, i reasonable term, fr CASH. With n expo rioac al Mroral year, ho hold himself n,nali!i-d to f iratifetiun toll who initjr faror Lira with their patroaago. nu term are practically Caeh. All eoconnt Will binad. npom tnndition that Mey be SKTTL Ell quarterly. Th. ntisinoas ll parlloularly rolitll, ad to none hat regular customer will anything Ira told an titn. Ha Kai on hand a full ttock .f PATENT M K I) ICIN B i alio, a handomo variety of F I N K rSUFLMKKY, to which apodal attention ll coll ad, at ha la d.tormioed to please, both in prlea aad quality. To eolae out a lot of Coufoollonnry ha will tall It by retail at eery low figures, indeed. rfor IB, 1.100 tf 6:1 NOTICE. Brauch Basic op Tamimaa. Athni. 4th 1w.. 1fi0. T" ARTIES PRKSKXTINU NOTKS AND i Rills at thia Rank for binrnnnt or R...

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. — 24 May 1861

) ..,,.1 . - " ' ' ' , ,. ''"' ill' 'ai-' 'at tV ' BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: ' Tilt POST 18 PUBLISHED KVERY PRtDAT, Two Dollar! Year. Payable In Advance. fcS- A'o attention ;air In Wen or rt imitr n'f acnimiiamVd 4 li t'a. AnvmrrtsisiiMrr will 1m ehiwffoil jit nor mnnrs nf lit lima ... I . . I a... ' . . 1 - . ... ....,., , iibi! mi tu iirst iiucnion, an.l Ail nti for och cnntlnumnno. A liboml iledticllun mails t thun who ailvortlns by tha ynr. ,P,,ra,,ni nilli. ..l. . i. r- - n .u.unmuHHmuH MllirK Iho number of tlmos thry rtortra thnm Insortod, or the will bo oonttiiiMd until forbid anil charged Kor announcing tht names of oaadltlttcs fur office. t, Caah. Obltaitry notirei oror 12 llnoi, ehsrgadat regu lar ailvM-Liiiti nIm All communications Intcndod lo promote the privaio oniin or intereau or (Jorpnrnttun, Hocictior, ounooii or inuiriuuut, will M ubargod s adrer ticraent. Jnn Wnnlr. mniti n trtmntlna Atl.lni rl.. In m, Card, Dlaul, llnmlbiilii, An., will bo sxovu tod in good st1o 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. — 24 May 1861

v TERMS l Tw Dlm a TaW la iltMM. AaoaoUaaaMr andiaatas for tlx $6,00, Cash. OMtaary Kotlcwmr tiwlra Hum, hrf4 at ha racakar adrarilslns: rates. All MamuateaUflM Infoadad. to nroaol tha prl--a4a aaaa er intoratta of Corporalloaa, Broiallaa, efcvala n ladivldaala, will ba aaargad ai adrar-HaaaMBta. Athena, rrlar, Mar t ISSI. Kootion, Saturday, fita June, 186L vocTHEitit tinioa ticket. SEPARATION. . . ... EEPRESENTATION. . NORTHF.BH VNIOIV TICKET. NO SEPARATION. NO REPRESENTATION. Polk County. Circuit Court baa been in session at , Benton thisweek. There was alargeorowj , la attendance on Monday and Tuesday. Polk U fully aroused to the importance of the conflict which i upon the country, and ha already raised two full companies . fir the war. The first, Capt. John Hannn, ie now at Knoxrille; the seoon'1 rv.-. F. Douglas, Is full and will start in a few day. . We saw -die latter on parndo it is omposed of the best sort of material. Our old friend, Col. Kobt W. McClnry, than whom a truer...

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. — 24 May 1861

' A British View. From tho London Chronlclo, May 4. Sympathising heartily, as we do, with Uie North with Its free press, free speech, free soil, free men and alicnntccl as we must be from the .Sou Hi, stnined with slavery, we cannot but comuro the North for an almost Austrian stupidity in states trmnship. The United States Is not a military government it is not construct d for the coerdon of any largo mass ol Its own people and though tho South was wrong, according to the letter of the law, yet the spirit of American institutions sanctioned tho successive secessions. Were it at all practicable, Tresident Lin coln might, according to tlieiiternl theory of the constitution, suppress with n high hand all rebellions, and hnng all traitors; but this courso was out of the question. Ho might, on tho other hand, even with out any formal acknowledgment of seces sion, have said "There are certain forts in the South possessed by tho general government for the protection of the States from fore...

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. — 24 May 1861

ATHENS DRUG STORE. R. T. MARSHALL, M. D., INTBNDINO TO DBVOTH UI3 ATTKH. tlia to th. Drag Qaslneaa, offort to Iht cltlsena f Athoai ndrtelnitjrftorern.ly assorted stock 01 Mediolni, Paint and Dye-Stuffi, a iMuonohlo tern),, for C.VHIt. With an expo rionco of nrorsl years, ho bolil, himself qaalitletl to giro aattifacltun to all wlio but (krur blra with thoir patroaogo. Ill torn,, aro praethmlljr Cneh. All aecountf ill boaiado po mod, lion that ihiy be SK TTI. HI) fMraaW,. Th. ba linos, U particularly nilnil, u4 to oo. but regular oaitotnen will anything ba aiild oa time. Ho ban on banil a lull itook of PATENT HKDICINK3 1 alio, a handsome rarlely uf FIS R PEUrU.MKHY, to which special attention Is rail- d, aa ho li determined to plea., buth la prico and quality. Ta oolto out a lot of Confectionary ho wilt cll It by ratall at vary low figures, tudeod. Nor 18, 1860 If 8.14 NOTICE. Bkaxuh Ua or Tuini'ii, At'-t, 4th lt., 180. PIRTIE3 PRKSKNCI.Sa NUTKi A.NU Bills at this Dunk fur Oiwt or t...

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. — 31 May 1861

mm BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1861. VOL. XIII-NO. Ai TEEMS: - THE POST IS PUBLISHED EVIRT PRID1T, Two Dollars Year, Payable In Advance." Afo attention paid to wdert Jor the paper Hnteee accompanied bg the Calk, AnveaTisivrxTS will bs rhsrjred tl par iimre of 10 lino, or lent, for the fir ft insertion, ami 50 ttnti fur mvh eontinnanrs. A liberal deduction mule to thoM who adrcrtiM by llio year. JHlrPersims sendine; advertisements must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be oonUnued until furuid and charged acrerilinilv.f&( For announcing the Bamel of candidate! fur eOire, f, tnA. Obituary notices orer 12 lines, charged at regu lar advertising rata. All communications intended to promote the prirate ends or interests of Corporations, Societies Schools or Individuals, will be charged as adver tisement. Job Wottr, such as Pamphlets, Minntes, Cirra larii. Cards, Illanks, Handbills, kc, will be execu ted in food style and on reavnnabl...

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. — 31 May 1861

TERMS t Tw Dollab T, ptvaM la sdrajiea. ' Annoaactuf name of eautlulatai ff Aee aj,S0, Cub. ' . Obituary Kuflctt over twelve lines, charged at 111 ret;ular Hwtllo(t rate. All eessmanloatious intended to promote the pri vate ends or interests of Corporations, Boeielies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged u advertisement. Athene, Friday, Klar 31, I8l. ' Election, Saturday, 8th June, 186L .. SOVTHEIl.t I'KIO TICKET. SEPARATION. " KEPKESEXTATION. INOHTIIEIIX CHIOS TICKET. NO SEPARATION". NO REPRESENTATION. People of Tennessee. Remember that the Legislature has submitted to your approval and ralifica tiou, on the Pili of next month, an or dinance declaring Tennessee a free sov ereign and iiudopendent State, aid an other adopting and ratifying the Provis ional Constitution of the Confederate Stales. If yeJu lavor these ordinance you are required! to place on your tickets the . words , SEPARATION. nut, it -ou are aeuu w an me imiueu- ces which surround you demunding the emancipation o...

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. — 31 May 1861

Position of Hon. John HarabalL We find in the Franklin feme, of the 23d, the following in relation to ilie ra tion of Hon. John Marshall, of William son county, whoso reputation a ajuritt and patriot is ooextensiTe lira iU of the Stnte: "LaM Monday, our quarterly County Court being in extra called session to take into conideration the Mate of the coun try, to organize Home Guards; under the new law, etc., very large concourse of our ciiwent were asu-tnMi-d at the Court House. Mr. Marshall being loudly cull ed for, came forward upon the aland and made a sjieech replete with argument and full of the (ire ot patriotism. He demon strated to the mind of every mad present, by fuel! and arguments which produced confirmation alrong aa proof of Holy Writ," the alisolule necessity, aociully. polit ically, and commercially, of the immedi ate Reparation of Tennessee from the Fed eral Government at Washington, niTd the adoption of the Provisional Government of the Confederate State. lie mid that...

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. — 31 May 1861

ATHENS DRUG STORE. - E. T. MARSHALL, X. D., JXTKNDIXO TO DEVOTB HIS ATTRN. tiua u lb lnif Biuimm, oSsrs lo lb eitisus AlhetuiMdficiniiyaearefii ly aaaorwdstock ol Modieines, Faints and DyoStufft, MUiiUi teress, for CASH. With u xp rissae of vrl yar, be holds biamlf qaklUicd U fit saUsfietio l ill wb Mjr favof bin wilh Ur patraMf. His UrosJ practically Cask. All aeeonnt will to mi iwfiiiM (in lAcy ktSKTTL El) tunrUrl). Th basin i particularly retail, and to mam bat regulkr Msteiaers will anything be solj j tim. II bu on ban k full stock of PATENT MEDICINES ; also, bandswu variety of H-f 2 PERFUMERY, to wbicb tporial attention U call 4, is h il dtitrmiotd to plea, both in pric kid quality. To eols cat a lot of Confectlonkry bt will toll It by rlil kt very low figures, indeed. Nor 1, 1800 I-S34 NOTICE. Bbac Bill or Tixur.Kee, I Aiken; 4tb Dee., I860. ( PARTIES PRESENTING NOTES AND Bills kt tbii Bank for )i'mhs or Renewal, r. ntifiad that aaid canera will not bo received unleea lb Bkker...

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. — 7 June 1861

I - 4 m J '-THE hCttT5 CC&tCTIOM If.1 T." ..BYSAM,.RIYMS.. f (IK ; i;: j1THENs;,tknm .Friday; !j uxe'7, iSgi. .i:. . i, n . : r i. OK) .... , . VOLXIil-NOa'CCl . " . ' . . . . . . ' .. . -- - .' ...-. .- , - .', - i i mi in - in rTTT-r"-i -.. , --. .. .1 1 .x. I.- -ii . j l.t.!'siiiit 4 Till P08T IS PUIILUHIEO (VERT FSIOAT, T)o Dollar Yeir,Pytbl in Advance. . , . ! Jfo atf'Uan pmij la tr4tn Jar lit paptt ,hIcu ammptwtid I) tin Cuik,. ,. . , , ABVcarif inkxt will h bu(od $1 pr Kam v, .v, .,r io, iur fu rt toHrtiu, iui 0 Mat fr ch. nuliDrrfii. . A Mxati dulucUvn 'Biaila to t box who lrertln tjr ,lba jear. ! 'PrB Mailing airsrtlwmeuU muit mark th DUinUr of tilnci ihfy deira thtra inrrttJ, or ; tuwj wiu d conutwM MIU1 rsrbid 414 thargcd .Wsrdtis1;,1ei . .(, , .. i, ,. i For aonnciii (Lo oiunfi f oandululci.iT ,". ,iW, ,-.,. . . ...... " u .1'",l!l'' nuii ot1 J fincf, tbttrgcil at rci 1M HToriiinr rtoi. ' AU toiTiii(rrtii Intmed to promote tb dcbouii or inamaum, will uo cbarged M ilr...

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 June 1861

r S'o,''-V ' TERMS: 1m Do u. Ill a Ykar, payable) U ktriM Aoaoaocing oaiaas of eaudidatcs fur ernes 1,M, Cah. O'jUasry Notices over Iweir linn, charged at he regular advertising rate. All eemmunlcalioii intoa-dtd In promote the pri vate ends or Itumu of Corporations, Societies, : flchoelsor Individuals, will be charged u adrer-liMmnU. Albeaa, Irlala, Jam T, 1861. Election, Saturday, 8th June, 186L !OCTirCU! 1110 TICKET. ( . SEPARATION. . REPRESENTATION. NOUTIIEBX lNION TICKET. - NO SEPARATION. NO REPRESENTATION. The Election To-morrow. Tlie election to-inorrow will be the roost important in which the people of Tennessee have ever been called upon to rote. .; Those who nre in favor of declar ing the Stale independent of (he Black Republican Government at Washington and of association with the South, will Vole for "Separation" and "Representation." Suoh as are in favor of holding on to the Slack Republican Government, and aid ing in the war against the South, will vote UA' Separation"...

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 June 1861

From Washington. i1 tauAiyfo,' ' May1 ' 31. The Freeborn . and AnaaoosU are wigaglrjg A qui Creek. Two ar Teasel are ordered there lo sup- . port Miem. ... ii AlMSjidria la opened aa port of entry, ij : lUO.'MJ cartridge were aent to Monroe to-day., A column with order to occupy 1 rjrfx Courthouse before day liulit u ad .' Vaticlng. The War Department will be often all night to Leer the result at Aquia -" "Waihimitm, Junel The Acquia Creek f-raLeut off the AnnacosU and Freeborn killing a number of men. To renew the , attack, tbey are waiting on the 1'nwnee t which further oil', in wuiiing for transports. Wvuhinylon, June 3. The Twelfth regi - mt-nt la ordered to sluon on their urrim. Three thousand Southerners atill Itold jjaiifm Court House, Wathinnlon, June 4. There are indica tions of an advance threatening Fairfax "Court Home and Manassas (inn. It is supposed thcSouihernera will withdraw from Fairfax; but njjht at the (Jap, where . u certain irttsy win nave an opjKiiuni , ty in ...

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 June 1861

itu rue nDim ctpidc Hintno unuu diuiiL, ; R. T. MARSHALL, M. D., - IMBNtllNI TO DEVOTE- HU A.TT6N tton to the Dreg1 flaitneaa, iri la the eitifcns 1 Allien! aud ilcliiliy acarf.,y sauru-I stork of Medicines, Paints and Dye-Stuft, 1 ea reasonable tvrms, fbrOASIf.1' Whb u sjo- - Yteace of cverl years, he holds hbaMlf qua ik 1 . to givesalUf actios, to all who mty favor aid wuk i ibeir patronage. Hit terms an practically r"i. All anrnanU ,. Will bemad. re ceaohtfe ( Ike) be HKTTL Ell . mtarltrtg. The biuinaat if particularly retail, ami ta gone but regular cautouers will ajtylbln be s.dd oa tuna. ? , . He has en band a Ml ilick of PATENT 1 MEDICINE); alio, a handsome variety of FINK - PERFUMBKi",to which special attention is call ' d, aa ba la determined to please, both, iu prka and quality. t -." To eolso ont a lot of OoufuetlooorJ ho will sell tt hy retail at very low Sjrnros, indeed. , Nor l, I860 tf 631 " ', NOTICE. , ' '. 1 Banc Bajik or Tksw!x, I A (As., 4tb Dm.. lta.i TJAIITIES ...

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 June 1861

ftp wmm WW i if i rar mi- KJ! JiY SAM. P. IVINS. Tir po?t is rrm.i. iu.i) kvkrt fridat, Two DolUra a Year(Payab!o In Advance. X aV''" fmht In n.-r or thr jtrj,t k;i('ck aifjiii'uni' ! by the (Juht A n vr irnnKM i;ntr will lie plmrsnl ?1 p r sqcm of lu linos r K"s, t'r tlio tir in.yni m, imJ ,f" tvn'ri I'.r e ich !iiitinit.incc. A IHien.l Ui'iincti-ni m-.lo to ihiHrt who ii'lvcrtlfo 1y Il.o yc:uv--,. fl-l'i.'M.ina !inilinT n'1v?riirf!minti mn.-t rmrh tho Humljor of tdni'H they .1 -lrp hm In 'irtfl. or tlif.v will h romiiuicd until fuj.iil ai.J diarcd t-r ;nin "ain-;;j llio nnmci ofcan.UiUtes for 0, :i..-.'. C.. il'.iiM ivy ii'itKi! over 12 Hn?f, diarcd at. nu !;ir i Ivri ih'itijt vat i-5. All (,'tnmitiii',.itini In'rnJrl tn romnto tlia .r!vnti' ru-1.; 'r inl'TfuU of C'nr -on. t ', SnriiUr, S 'h'j An r ii'livi(hirJ.r ill ho i-huriM its u:lrur I !. tiion Jon Wort;. nie-ii ir Vii'.Mfp. Mintitr, Cliol I ir CuiMf, l;!;tnl:--, Hisii-ll-in, Ac, will ho cxeru t in -:otl .'t,.r niul on rcfiHi...

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. — 14 June 1861

TEflMSl Two DetiA A Ybah. psTM In ulrstics. Anssncing ouMf eauUijstes for ofllce $0,00, Obllunrjr otlo vr twelvs lines, tWgod st tho rcuUr -lvertlin- rates. All omiiTile-tlon Inten4il lo promote tin prl Tata wit or Interests of Corporations, Societies, School! or to Jivl,lul, will be charged at advor-ti.emrts. Athena, I'rldar, June llUI. UsT The majority in the State for (Sep aration Bid Representation is between 60,000 and 00,00;). Wa will publish full retnrna next week. faT The quiot and otderly manner in which the eleetior passed off ull over tho Btalo, is a sufficient refutation of tho sil ly charge that fraud and force would bo Used by tho advocates of Separation to reront a fair expression of publio senti ment. In this county, and ns far as we bavo licnnl, the eloolion was characteriz ed by unusual quiet and freedom from excitement; and the people, with here and thero an exception, are cheerfully ac quiescing in tho verdict so largely render ed. There may bo a few making spasm...

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 June 1861

Matters Abroad, From llio LaniluiTPuil, May 23d. Mr. Seward, in a divrmtch wliinh rn. CMitly Appeared in llio American papers, lias nnnniinred, with pqmd clenrncMi nnd Miphn.ia, llio deteiminiition of Trooidcnt Lincoln not nn v to unit i m K..rli.r .1 Union ns n mill existing compact, lut to (lilorcn t ho nuthority of llio central jiov- crnmetit even at tho risk and cost of an nnsry ntnl lonjj prntrnctnd civd wnr. rncis nro ntuuuorn iiiiiil", nun wiion via 10:1111 oy urn Inst, ntlvioo., tliut nine htntea rinvti actually feceded. cortniiilv somvlliins; more is roqiiisjio to provo the Indifsnluhility or tlin Cninn than tho bravo word, of Mr. Srtvnitl. Tho docu ment to whifli wo nllu lo lsn ilispatch addressed by llio American Secretary of Suto to thn American Minister at ParU. Rcoojinitinii of tho Southern Contederacy by tho great Powers of huropo would give nn amount of moral support to tho causo of separation prvut ?r limn tho eflWtts of the most brilliant military successes. For th...

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. — 14 June 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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