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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 June 1861

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1801. VOL. XIII---NO. CG5. i TERMS: TltK TOST IS PU1IMSMKD KVERT FRIDAY, Two Dollars a Year, Payable in Advance, M- SunUmtinn )nit tn nnlcr or the pnjitx KtilV rfrcommmrt th. Vwth, AnvitnTttiRMRXTA will be charged $1 per ixiiinro of 10 linen, or Io.m, f.ir tiro firs iiiuri.on. Mini :0 ent for ouch continuance. A lilcrn1 U'liiction mmlo to tliofio who O'lvortlo hy tlio yonr. ;MT"lYrtinn itniintf nlvcrliemcntH mnut innrk tho n inn lcr of timea lliry dnlro if torn Insert ml, or they will Imj continued until forlnl ninl cbargco! ccnnlintr!y.-(VS; For announcing tho names of candidates for Obituary notice over 12 Unci, charged at rrgu Inr fttlverlUinir rates. All communication Intended to promote tho private nd or interests of Corporations, Soeiutius, eohooii or Imlivmuniff, will bo cunrged as aUvcr tiffinente. Jo WonK. mirh ax PftTmdilets. Minutes. Cirro. lam, Card, Wanks, llaiidliills, Ac, will bo uxci-u-td In ffootl style ami on roatnn...

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. — 21 June 1861

TERMS j Tiro Dollar! A Yiiaii, pursMs In Irenes. Anouoolng names of vanUt latuj furotayv,il, Ovh. Obitusry JJotlcon orcr twtlvs Hue, charged l tho regular Kl.critiing rIM. AW onranuiclioim intended lo promote the pri vate onds or intercuts of Corporations, riuiiiMici, Schools or Individual!, will be charged u advertisement. Alliens erlrtitv, June lt I8fll. We are compelled to omit much news tli im week tlmt would Interest our renders, (or want of space. We must ask our correspondents lo bo an brief ns pos sible. Tho Recent Election. Tlio maturity for Separation is about CO.OIX). Wheat Ilarveiit. The farmers mo in the midst of tlie wheat harvest. Wliilo hero mul there n fiiilj has been injured by rust, or smut, generally tho crop is heavy and of excel lent quality. Tho oats crop is suffering for want of rniu, and will bo short in this neighborhood. The Legislature Met on Monday. Uov. Hams mes sage como to hand Thursday morning. Wo b.va notToom for it this week. In the Senate's procee...

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. — 21 June 1861

1 ' Explosion of the Steam Engine Sam Tate: (far tin Poll. E. T. k (la. II. Ii., 9 mi7m .Voiif nf Clcrtlnml, June l:ltn, 1S01. j 3d: ftlltnr i Willi a hoart leaping wllh Joy ami ii inliul cluted by tlio prospect of soor. meeting, on my routo through East Tciinossoo for tlio neat of war, in my of my old friends ami class Tunics of Illwnssoo College, 1 wns suddenly a.ton Isbcd J.y tho thunder of llu explosion of Mia holler of the Hum Tuto, Tin on-jino w.i- drawing n'truln of lwily enrs, C':it.il..ius- fl a hundred niiil llfiy ni.'ii of C'.l. l-Vuih.-i-.uii'. (ilu 171I1) llcjiur.:it of iMi"-l-l.i c 1 1 1 cr.--. under mi rnuiinnnd of I,hiut. Cel. .T'llin .Mclliit-k nnil ,Mo,i. I.ylr. All was stirprisc-ntid cunfiiMon fir n few scc.ir.ds. OnliT was restored Ilia effeels of llio rlrock recovered from wlicu It wns im-ci-tnincd Hint llio holler au.l cngino wcro bl.rwn Hti-ruMy Into friiKiii 'tils, many heavy pieces being Mown rovcrnl hundred yards) Instantly killing the En gineer, Alexander ...

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. — 21 June 1861

HOSTETTERS STOMAGHJBITTERS. Tho rirfritrir nl maniifnrliiromnf HOS TRTTfcH 8 CKI.F.IHI.UKU MO.MAI II HIT TERS ean appeal wiilr perfect cn.riiro l tikyaiclnn, mid chiles, pmcrnlly of lb lulled fetal,,, bocaimc the article Iiiis miahwl repu tation lirretofnro onkiiown. A fw forti upon tli It point will ipenli ninro powerfully limn Tolumeli of bnre amertlon or l.hiionlng piiHory. Tk ooimimrlion of ItoHtcitcr'a Stomach ltii lon for nut year nnioiiiiiil lo over half million botllca, an'l from lis manifold itondy InormM in limes post, it in cviilcnt llmt ilui ing lb coming Tnr ilio coimiinililioii will ruicli neurone million hollies. Thia immense amount ' could never liaro born Hold but for tlie ritro medicinal pronorticn contained in Ilio prepnra lion, nnd Ilio (miction of Hit most prominent physicians in Ihoao aeclion, of I lie country where Ilio tiriiclo Is beet known, who not only recommend tlie llilters lo llicir jiMiicnin, but re ready ! nil times to glvo lesiiiiioiiinli to lis effi...

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. — 28 June 1861

j 1 1 , t BY SAM. P. IVINS. ' TinrirH ' TM rOBY Is PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, Two Dollars Yesr, Payable In Advtnoe. . "'' fwM In nrttert or (A. imurt " ammpnnirH If tkt Cntk. . '",T""t'V W" vhnrnnl ft rwr isinnre r 1 lin.a, or lass, for tba Aral In.orllon. ami AO snu Tut aaah onullnuanoa. A llhsml dHartl.,n tha who k.lnrllTC hy ths year. fPmnat asa.lins; adTartiasinenU mnat mark tha nainhar if tlm they deaira thorn Inaerted. .,r may will ha anntlnaad aottl forbid and charred ewdlnnly.- for announcing; the aamea of candidates fur moa, 95, c'imA. Obituary aotleaa star II IImi, charred at rega tar advertising rate. 8 All e.imtntmlcaliotia Intended to promote the private anda or interests of Curnnratinna. flocietica, Bchoola or Individuals, will ha obarged aa adver- "tlWmenW Job Work, inch as Pamphlets, Minnies, Circu lar , Card, Blank, llaadliilla, Ac, will be execn ted In food ityla and on reamnahlc terms. A II lettera adJraaaad to the Proprietor, will be promptly attended to. N eomaunic...

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. — 28 June 1861

- '""' . - TIMMl , InliuM A Ysa, t?M I sAraa- V AaasU ttMinfavlltoM $t,n, . " tsk. " Obltvt,- R-tlr-M MeV-rslr lutes, sharps' ' Um rtirat-HItanta. VaU nf t -- f OetfonHhwi, Sftefeuta, ,! or luinaMla, will b krj4 M ailrar- ., V The Wews. . W (iMftll the news thai has reached m from the seat of ter. Muoh of it if ooofltotiag and contradictory. That, how ever, cannot b3 avoided in time itich a w now have." ; " ' " Monro County. Jo. WAtasB is announced aa ft candi dal .ta represent Monro in th popular branch oi the IMUt General Assembly. IIi(aa always been a ataunch whig, and wssiidmlnatod by the Union men o( the oounty before Lincoln's war proclama tion mad it Trppeeranoe, since which he hC been art earnest advocate . of Southern resistance to the Federal usur pation. The people of Monroe Would do good to themaetvea by electing hira. . Discontinued. W learn the mail route between Alli en! nd Sulphur Springs has teen discon tinued. Sulphur Springs and Prestonvillo will be supplied throu...

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. — 28 June 1861

'Final of th,Ornrrlll Conven tion. .- ! . ' , (From th. NashTlll. Patriot. l'lia Glreeneville (Contention Lot ad journed, at we learn frotn privaU letters received In tliin city. Its final Act wnt to nppolnt oomruissionersi to the Legisla ture of Tennessee for tlie purpose of fnomorinli-tng It to divide the State, eavlng the counties East of the moun tain an independent sovereignly, and In provide lor taking the vote nl the people thereof on, that question. Wo think they have put the rnrt before tho hor-e in thiit instance. The vote, should (lift he taken, and tho sense of the people being determined in favor of this novel measure, the memorial should after ward follow, Tho truth is, the leadeis in this movement wish to furnish fresh' food for ngitntion. They wish to 'keep the people on a sea of dissatisfaction. Although a large majority of the people of Kant Tennessee voted against separa tion from the Union, being misguided by lislionc-t and unprincipled loaders, we have no fear w...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 June 1861

'O c7c::;:iBiTTEnc. pwipTfcroti rtif mminftirtnrriif 1108 TCTTEK'S CELBHKATKH STOMACH HIT lACi appeal wlik fwrfc cnnlMntn 1 7lebinaa J lilv ftntralljr of the L'niioU V ; Luhw, hmw Hi anlel ha attain.! a wpu latlea kcratorort unknown. A ft Cnrti upon lb I. point w.il tptak aior powerfully ihaa wahtnrc f fcwr hwiIm or blnsonliig putTery. Th mmnnpUoa or llotitr- Biomach Hil ton tar th laM yea amounted to osw half - ' ajllllo battle, onJ from lis manifest ic.Iy ' tiKreiM la (laics Ml, It it vldeul llmt during i tlx eotnla; yar ah eonaumptioa will reach ear million bottle. This iinmneai.ut , ' tnM aTr kav been ol'l but for tin rata , auadiclual fmpertlm coaiahud In Ilia prcpnra- - tlaa, and lb aanctioa af ilia most tiiomlnonl nhyalciua in tho Mellon or Ilia country ' ' vkora Ilia an Ida ia beat known, who not ouly rwaammeaJ th -Bitter lotlieir paiii-ata, but . r ready at all lin to giro testimonials to ila lacacy in all ease or atomacliie deritugeutuu and lb dlscas. resulting tbcrelrom. ...

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. — 5 July 1861

.tea .rny ll r.(iiJ.:frr-xi:J : Top r V- ' r"J Ll -ol. -( I ,r. onnl, ,i ?HiU. V) .ttM: i -nil irj liliro't ',H i olio irI ;,'! n, I . :- , 1 ;t i . , r-Ti a rao-0 fin"! fwrrr v, oiiT .-rii , ,'T 'jj(l'vr( i" ot'-.l 'm'J ;.. I ii (I''1; i 1 !: ' . -- : ' mis ,i-.-i'M!'in.'' ' -'t 1 ( :r. pi -rfrf : r t ;1 1 hll 11.1" 1 i-T oil) nail too mi V...' ,rtoil: . ' . i s i f . ..' j K -) T) ' ' -en' .rfr .1 1 j will ,Wt1 llpoll Cill I'll trio in. . -.e-vioiV ii :!! -prill w j 'nl) ail'Ml.fiM "i LmI J :.ll 1-tlMOIM 1 Of!' i 'ATHENS; TElW.; FRID'aVULY Viscir- ' ' .'i-ivirr. : r ; V0L;XIII---K();CC7. SlA oil': i . . TEEMS; . t tn POST t P0BL1SIIEB KTRRT IRIDAT, ., Two Dollar a Yaar, Payable In Advance. No alleluia pm'4 In nrHnrt or (At paint t nfMi ceoMpii if (At Cm. , , , AnTBRTnnKTS will he ohrKd (I per xninro . of 10 lino, n lam, fr th flrat iawvliun, and AO eonti fur tb oiiMuiimicc. A Ubgrol Uciluctlull omilo to thoM who ftilvertiM hy the ynr. "Pbtiioih m-mllnn KlvortliroiimnU must murk th...

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. — 5 July 1861

pc-4 TIMMt Two Smum Yasa, aaroUa Is asveaoa. ANmk MMlmMtMtMHIiil,Mi ah. OMksary Xotiaaa mi tiralTa llaaa, kwW at the rasjalar aerarHalaa ratos. All MiBnlaUlm hhtM I araaola Ik prt vata aaia or tatamu af Oorporaaoai, Bootatlaa, eofcSawsvMivMaala, will be ksr(l m adver- p. mi rtHtn Jir.t MT The Tribute 0 Respect, from Mad- I, win appear next week. tSfThi Memorial of the East Tennes see OoMitM and Hi Report of the 'Legislative Committee to whom It was re 'Terred, appear In another part or oar pe 'per. It will be sseo the Committee take proper aa4 sensible view of tha subject. 'Xatl communications ara sadly inlcr- rupted at present, . But wa presume tha ' Utatruptioos will toon disappear, and wa 'win beer tha inconveniences in the mean jtine wUh patience. .' -. . ll ' . The legislature. Hii body adjourned Uat Monday. Wa will publish eopiot of tha acts passed, as noon as we can. It is proper to state that ' the, action of the Legislature bns been of e conservative and conciliatory charac...

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. — 5 July 1861

r-. " mi n ; 1,1- it ;t , Siilijoined WillW fofand tli tnetaoriai i rf lb Oreanavilia Oonvatitloii to the leg' ltUtor,:Wd the Wsponwof the Lfglsla Aura. So, our judgment the Legislature v takes farj proper end sensible view -of , tho nuliject, end one that will, no doul), icet the approbation of ninotten twen j tieihsof the people of the Stnto:' , ; " 'To the OertefaV AMcmMy of tho S 'of Tertnessee: TUoJgi"" .Ii"nnrcentc , Tcnnessec'Jii Tflth,. 101 It t, In whicli "cvory countv of Eur t the county of Rlien, it wu rVSOIved i 1st. "That we do nnrnestty desire the restoration of penoe to our whole country, and most especially that our own section of the State of Tennessee blmll not be Involved In civil war." 2. "That the action of the State Legis ' Jut are in pasting the to-called 'Declara tion of Independence,' and in forming the 'Military League' with the Confeder ate States, - and in adopting other acts looking to a separation of Tennessee from the Govern mou t of the United States,...

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. — 5 July 1861

A EOSTETTEIt'S i N .GtOMftCll DITTERS. ( 1 11 e i. 1 Tn lirotirtetnrt and mntiufselnTsri of tT08 TtTTKil 8 CELEBRATED STOMACH HIT TERS en appeal with perfect eonndenct l js.ysle.lsna sd sliiaens generally of ths l'eiit-1 Botes, beosum las srticla has aiiainsd arena tniloa. heretofore unknown. A few facta upon this point will speak nor powerfully than , Volusasa of bar assertion or blatoning puffery. Tha sonsanpilon of J lost otter's Stomach Ult Isrs for ths Uat year amounted la e'er a half anilltoa bottle, and from It manifest steady ' iBervaa la time part, It I evident that during lb coming Tear tha consumption will reach ear ons million bottle. Tula Immense ameunt eaVil neter kae been cold but for the rare medicinal properties contained in the prepare t lion, and the laaciion of tb moat prominent pkysicisos in thea sections of tb country kere the artist la beet known, who not only recommend the Ditter to their patients, but are read; at all lime to glee testimonials la it effieacj...

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. — 12 July 1861

- II" ' ii h " ' '''l '.':;; '! .; I ' l?!"tiT :.i i: ..i i. ' ' -I'.: , 'i 1'. -I, BY SAM. P.IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JULY 12,' 18G1. ft I n'; rfl ! . VOL; XlII-K0r?6S; TERMS: TttR P08T IB PUBLISH RD 1VRRT mi DAT, Two Dollars a Yaaf, Payable In Advance. &-fU JVo nttrutitm pnitt to order Jor the pnpx Nit it accompanied hg th t'ti'A. AnrKRTtflKNRKTfl will He charged f 1 por nquaro of 10 I in, or leu, for the flrnt in nor lion, .nJ 5(1 enntn fur eftoh continuance. A lihornl deduction made to thora who ndvcrHst by the year. TProtiff sending adrortinomentfl muni mnrk the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will ho continued until forbid and charged accordingly. . For announcing the names of candidates for Office. $5, Cook. Obituary notices over 12 Unci, charged at regu lar advertising rate. All com mimical ions Intended to promote the private, end or interests of Corp nrrtt ion f. Societies, Schools or Individual, will bo charged as adver tisement f. Job Wonrc, f...

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 July 1861

a TERM I Tn DaiUU a Yasa, fTW I adrwM. Aamaetnf imm of sanatiUt for o ,, ask. Mtauy Katies otw twelv. Hum, charged at ta rmUr as'tereteinc saws. AU HMnlsltm mM t promote the prt- or likmu of Oursoralloaa, Societies, BobsoU or UUiTlieeie, will be charged as nlvor- - Aft rrtAsrrt JT It,- tsvt. frfce Fight noa Winchester. ' Mr. Fraxier, of Meigs county, a mem . tar" T CepE XtTTurd'. Company, and chap tain to th M Tennessee Kegimeni, ar rived here on Tuesday evening, direct fret Winchester The acommt or Jack ont collision With Patterson' advav.ee, nd the capture of oae entire company of tfcernetay, is correct, Con. rntterson's despatch And the report or the Lincoln . Journal to the oontrnry notwithstanding. 31. Frasier was at Winchester when tho prisoners arrived. Gen. Johnston, with tie maid bedy. advanced to give fatter mem bcttW. Patterson fell bock on Mar tinsburg, and took position in that town, knowing that Johnston could not attack Aim there without destroying the lives and prope...

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 July 1861

WAR NEWS. The Fight near Martinsburg. We take the following from the Win chester Republican, published near the scene of the fight i On Monday last, the Falcrn1 forces tin ler command of General Cadwnlladcr, numbering 15,000, crossrd tho I'otonino river at Willinmsport fowl, nr.il advanced in the direction of Mnrtlnslitirg. On Tuestlny morning, about 10 o'clock, the 6th Virginia Regiment, under command of Col. llnrper, which Imd been sent out by Col, Jiickson as a scouting pnrly, stul denly and unexiecteUy came into collis ion with a lnrge force of the enemy, esti mated to be at least 5,000 strong, A sharp conflict at once ensued. Our forces had but one piece of artillery, which be came useless after two or three rounds had been fired. Although llio strength of the enemy was greatly superior to ours in numbers, our men lotight with great coolness and bravery. The enemy being well provided with artillery, threw shell among our forces, which compelled them to retire, which thoy did in...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 July 1861

IIOSTETTER'S STCrCIlDITTERS. Hi Yiroprlclnni nnd hifimifnolivrr.f ItOfl. TF.TTkVs CELEBRATED 8TOMAOII HIT TF.HS can appeal with, perfect ennfidcnc. lo f hysiolnni mid clliicns generally of the United elate, hecmiac 1 1 article linn attained .repu tation lierclofor unknown, A fcw fact, upon Uil. point will srak mors powerfully lliaa o1iims of bitr assertion or buttoning puffery. Tli consumption of Hosteller s Stoiuaeh Hit ler, for the lost year amounted lo over half million bottles, and from lie manifest steady Increase In limea pant, it li evident Uint during tli coining year the consumption will reach tMrint million bolllos. This immense amount could never hare been sold but for the rare medicinal proper! Ion contained In (he prepara tion, and the nanetion of Hie moat prominent p hyaicinng in tkcae eeoliona of I lie country where the article ! beet known, who not only recommontl the Bitters lo their patterns, but arc ready at all limes to giro testimonials lo III fficney in all ena...

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 July 1861

HTTnnrrrTirTrTT' ill il ll-irnm m n ir anas iai i i -a i m , i r hhiukwii i i 1 1 tm ii r iiim ia ii linirtii .01 vhit. ,KoTnmAV -snilliw aw sif bits at'A ,iV .-...si, j, HKbfxn1! erlt lo i-n cl lin iimlaii nl llf Cl-Mtl Vl l'IHO!rl HIM Ki Hof lillll .fl wo "nvli gulf n' jlno lli -mniu .!:ffr.- iiwl WhmIitoo ,nifjiil ! in.f iK l.n .toaseta-ni f (rd;-' .i (m's tiit -niittrfls tn nirn -liio -.ill floiavwo InTil ioili(ip. Mao- -l! .Jn-nnrtovoi) sill irnie (In V oil) liinrt on ,fto nciilli tot mil bs-I oil mo'iml il I' .if nrll , iioM iji f (noil )MtKtl1 iI'b:" ttlAiolf-t . - i . : . rtiii : -vn u'ni.l IIi .ili vi.,,i ni.il i il iy lin t ml) nn m ,V1 ' t .! il:.iit- .twU i:ui uj. i .' ' "H I 1 ! 10 till vil) lo nTUmSi-'l K.t rii.i.-. ! tbi poit if rniutHu tir rinATt I n. TiMlMtanirkaKPiTibUlnAnea. "'Hi 1 nil II i l ll A. iwmlmli U A Ck. r .v.i.i.-,,' . duniivr in H in UII AamtinMWt will U Onrfi It pf tqstra t hum, r im, tor n nm inOTrnoB, ana AO nttbrart mtlnnH, A lifer) (Maotlan - thow...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 July 1861

r TCKMtl Twe toiuii itiu, payaMa la ajTaaee. Aaeaaelag aaaMaaf eaadiiiataa fur alios ti,0t, Caak. OMtaary Hatlaas orwr twttra Hum, akarfod at Mm ngatair erfvartMea: nua, All1 alaanaaatatoailaa' to prostata laa pri vate sads or toknm of Cnrjwrmtlonn, Soeiotlaa, Bohoola or laairMsais, will oo aargotl M advar lioawalt. , Mail Begulations. oeufaKaBd ff Mailt will b Voted . puaoUialljf'al JJ o'elotk, r. a. ' The Eastern Mail "vrrwdaok, r. In Oaslaadiiy tie Pail n will b koplopon f-aaa mm Aar Uw antral af Aa Mall ta W kurthrp, aat M mr la Ik araalag. '' " "." C. A. JORDAN, P. -V. " "Pentianent Constitution. ", 'The Legislature; at IU recent extra ses sion, submitted to the people of the State . f Tennessee the adoption or rejection of the Permanent Constitution of the Con ; federate S tates. ' A Correct copy of the Permanent Constitution will he found on :.khe tret paef thu paper. Those in fev- or ef adapting wid Constitution, will, on ''the 1st "T August, tote "For the Pernio ' neni'Cmtt...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 July 1861

JISM,H .1 Mf ri i .oaivjiie, jniy mb, 1861. I V mm..!!.. 1 1 in.i . rt- . T I Whereee, tbe obJeetiMid parposea ' of trreirii merry orrantaatton and movements 10 6f Iroopr tinder my ooramand are mlstm. . dershiod br some, I hereby assure the .' beotile of East :TennsMse. that lho . v, only intended la seoore the safety of the 1 siTewams . property 'Oi all atir pwaoeful ciriaetni-to prbteet them irr the note en- iovment of all anni rthn . ' Vent iri tiemrfrorrt rnvndifig the Bute J;riiW forces Tlrom olhcf Btatea and r--.T'tt n""s oi war, anu cringing up lon.usacorrfliot in whioh ourliomee may be destroyed by fire, and ourselves and ,' familiea pn'te the) eword. To prevent ' euel horrors as these I earnestly solicit ''Hie assistance of every cltlaen of East Tennessee. 1 assure all classes of our people engaged in peaoeful occupations, thut, ao. J At from being mplesteit or In. jurel, they shall be protected, if needed, in their; person :antl property by the stoops under' rriy command. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 July 1861

' The proprietor afrl nnifclitrer of IIOS- 5F.ITKR 8 CKLKBKAlkU 8TUMACH IT BBS can ippenl lch perfect eonfldence te klmUiBi .ml eltlaenB e-enarullv of ihe United '. Stoles, bUH th article liu attained ; tat ton htretorotw un Known, a H" mcu upon (hit point Will speak snort powerfully llisd otnmeeof bars assertion or bietoning pufferyi , The) eeaenjnntieo. ef iloeteller s BteiueoH. Ml era for the last ir amounted to mr ft half. million bottles, a ad tnn it mtal(i steady Increase la UnM Mil. il Is evident that during lb coming year the consttranlion will reach 1 atar on million botlles. This immeuse amount n ' aonli never have been sold but for Ilia rard taedieinai properties contained in lha prepant" '. Uh, and (at ennotion of lha moat prominent pbjaioiana in Ikon eeetiont of eouorry 'where lha artiola ia baat known, whonot only TeeommrnJ Ilia Mirers t their rntilcnl, but are ready al nil timet to gire testimonials to ill eflictoy In all oaaet af stomachic demngenieuts ad lha diaeaaa...

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