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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 December 1855

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1855. VOL.. V1II.-NO. 379. y 1 1? It 1T ft I HI K PORT li puhllshnl erry Frldfty at 98 per 7"' trtlt! In nilvftnce, or fl, H pajrincut U (leUjrvd until he expiration of the yenr. AATertUrmfnti wltl be chftriM ft nr nqunre f linen, or lent, for tlie A rut Insertion, anl ftw cr nil for each continuance. liberal nlnHoii marie to thote who advertise by the year. fW"lntni emlinfu.rlvejr tttementa mint mark Hie number of time they rtenlre them limei-ted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged according It. m0 For aonounolni tlie UHinet of candidates for office, ft, CnK. Obit nary notteei orer t llnet , charged at the regular advertising rntea. All communication Intended to promote the private tmH or Intereitft of Ciirpnmtlnnii, Hoc In Hew, Schools or liidlvldunlo, will be charged ni mlverilflfMiii'til. Job WorlctntrhM I'amphlPtit.Mliiutvii, rircnlan, TJardn, IUnuk, lUiidilln, Ac, will be executed In good tylt, ami on reasona...

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 December 1855

s .AtfJi.JSNa pos;l I. P. IVINS.KMTOR AMD IMIOWIKTOB. ' . frmt-f) s year, parable In adranee, or S at the ennlratlon of the yiir. SJT Nopapar dWriintlntiM until nil arrearaaea are pald.axeeptatttie nptlnnnf Jlie PuMMwr. Por aaaouadng Mia names or candidate! frf oftlne o. Oath. Olilliiery Holiest nrirlt Hiii,hr(ed tt lh regular adrenlftlne rsl. - , All oomiaonlcallnnt Intended lnprime Ifie prime ndf or iQMmttH of Oorpomllont, SoSlMls, Schools or Individual!, will bt cliarsal aclrsrUaeimnu. tT t'lrrulalton l.4IO.l ATIIKXH, miOIV, Dl'.d, ISM. Changs. We understand the tim fur th arrival anil departure of tho mails for Curl, trail' X'Ronds, Coglilll, and WetmorB has been "changed to Biiturdiiy. " ' The Law Reform llutnbugTas pass ed a second rending In the Senate. . Ii jecordanee wltli. previous notice, art person in arrears for more (linn one year's subscription to tho "Post," on the 1st day of January, 1856, will bo charged at Die rate of $3,00 per year. The terms of tho paper are Wis...

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 December 1855

NICAIl.VUOA WALKER. V are Indebted to tlie N. Y. Hornhl fur the following chapter on Kianrnuga Wnlker f d Central America: Success, anye Home Tooltc, I the arilerinn of merit. This ilyini; dRcliiiiition of a great man who waft never auccraaftil, anl, thtre fore, In the world', opinion, never meritorious lias pnesed Into n proverb. iSo wonla could to nicely express theitntn of imblio opinion of tliift metropolis, or the general feeling throughout the eonntrv, In relation to the ex ploita of Mr. William Walker and hi coadju tors, who hnvo lately overrun and conquered the territory belonging to the Itepubliu of Si Icaraugn, nnii who are now tormina a scheme to unite the whole of Central America under one stronc eovcnimriit. Only a short time sinoo, when Jtr. Wnlker failed in his Quixotic adventure in Lower California, ho wns stigmatized as a robber, n marauder, a Ullihustcr, and culled by various other naru names, aiki now, -Alien he has. iiltoocncinl laylor at tlie tint 1 1 o of Ducim...

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. — 28 December 1855

Singer's Sewing Machines, TfTHRRmaaHiM mrm Ion tntialnH Itt highett refHttalton In th United MwIm. The Brit priar, OoM M hu recently been nwnnlrd ! thf in at the freni Ricpoeltloii at Die IVInoe f Intl. miry In Pnrt, and timi they have the WnrkT Ter.Uct of puperlorltv. Oreat tmprnTemontt have Juat been, mhlcd, to that Ihr ran withrtirt nnloe, with eae tm the operator at douM the artllnary ipeed.to thai ' TWWK AS MUCH '0lK IS DOS IX A DA T. The ffrfattnt rtoili.njr and atio maimntt-turlne: UtV HthinenU In the country a th? nutchtnei exclatlre If, They are eomnetent to perform ever tori of work la the moot perfect tyte. At thore are very ureal nnmhert of fnfrrior or entire ly wortht?f eewtnf marhlnM of the Lerow A IltHlrtl, Avry, Wilton, O rover A Baker, and other natenle, which hare keen noM, bat entrant be need to any ad Van I aire, we hereby offer to receive all anch madilnee , And alio nnlmproved one of oar own niunnfitrlnre in Ajtff fhr nt and UtUM improved .ViH'fMv, on liberal 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. — 4 January 1856

T r ; . ; t ' i r'. r" ' ,V v. v 1. 1 ATHENS, TEM., PUIDAt;.,TAiVUAllY 4, 1850.' BY SAM. P. IVINS. ;VOL.,VIII.NO: 380. ..,..- ,s. ....... fcWW. THK POPT It pubit.liri. erf r? Friday at $3 per year p nynble tu mlvnnce, or U imymeiit la delHjrvd until vhe expiration of tti yvnr. Advffrtlrma.f will he ctianm. 1 per nrpiare Of 1)1 liitet, or lean, for the first tnwtl'iii, ami fto ei'tilfl for ach continuance. A Ifhrml rt.-iluction matle lo those Who AilvertHe by the yvnr. f flVnmn eiiHnjf nrtver titetnenU munt mark th niimhrr of ttftie tiny iff lira them lufurtml, ov thvy will b tioiitiuttvil until forbid and harRd noconllnirly ,j3t3 For announcing the imine of candidate for office, !J, Cnh. Obituary notlcet orer 12 lines, charged at the regular adrcrtitlnpr niti'B. All communication Intended to promote the private etui or InterunU of Corporation. HocbMlei, Hcliool or IiidlTlrltinlfl, will be ennrped M ndvrt.Miiiitr. Job U'ork,michn! Painpldem, Minute, HrmtaM, Oitrdu, lIliinkN, lliindbl...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 January 1856

V ATHENS POST. l. r. iviNs,iDlTo and rwoPHirron. 1rni I a rar, tarsals to- adrsnoe, ar W el Sseeiplrauan of lh ytur. No pprf alftnmitlnneri mill nil arrasragss ftr Sald,axcpt at tha option of tho lunllhr. fr aanwuiolns Uts aaans sr candidates for ofllo A, Ouh, Obituary N otleai aver lfl llaei,caarfed at the regular eSvartlfllnf ratva. All oamiauntcatlonflntandefl' lo promote lha arlvata nit or Intoraflt of Cnrpnrattons, noletl, Schools or InelTlrioalt, will fee charged m advertisements. ' t Irralatlam 1,400.1 ATHKNtt, FRIDAY, JAN. 4, IS58. Bradley Countt.-The Circuit Court for Bradley county, convenes at Ctevelnnd next Monday, the 7th day of January. t3"0n thunulaide of this paper will be found correct llst'of tha Senators and Rep resentatives comprising the present Congress, which will, be useful to preserve for future reference. ' ' fyOsr subscribers on the route between 1 thia place and Wetmnrewlll hereafter receive their pnirs every Saturday aa beforo the ' ' the change thnt win...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 January 1856

TdlJCLitNO THAT WALL STREET 1100. , (From tht N, T. Mirror. 8in tli Mirror' t patting allusion, the oth. tt day, to that Wall Street Hog, w have had frequent call for fuller description of III animal. Almost every person we meet seems to have had some personal acquaintance with the dirty least, and la anxious U "compare netea." In fact, Ilia brut is so generally known, we ara inclined to believe thst, in stead of one, there is a legion of the "crit ters" of whom the devil took possession soma core of centuries ago. But a faithful por trait of on would be a fair likeness of all; and to "do Hit sul.jeot justice," wa should 'want to borrow a quill from the "fretful por cupine." The particular hog that wa have In our tnind'a aye is a very fat one. By f vt we mean rich. He is one of those selfish fellows that always put their feet in the trough and man age to get a double shnra of the swill. lie lias made his money by what is called "note ahaving," graduating the depth of the cut by the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 January 1856

AWvJ i im Miiim mmm, ww nXVKccMvX their stork j.f full im. :Wnf ow-U wh1i flt-y p'o!hI-Ip tc p(?riof to nff trv-y tttirrt hnrtofiire (ijt.o.l, in " HMim, M'ltMtry tin-! rhfij.'nt"a.'; NVir 4-iiMnint it tritriffil. ft(i!iiLuijliiif I'lnlli.t C(Hi iip.. Sntl tnat. T -VP 1. Hi' I nil oidier aenoti . i , , , ,C L.l -. ftlilrtl fr (iMM(rnrtn wear. l m ITitr ttl9 lnli, tllPf hfivd ft VfTf rfrl! Uk ilar of nlf kifi.W n1 fho latwf ntVM ul -I-k,1 U'iuij T1kLm fJn,,rt mnrh m Mllka. all ritul Ht Tf- r,0-ij,( wren ft iifc", iw Hilda, leLainM,.M Mini', Print, , Ac 'ifUUer llmmrtlvi thy oliTAffUT .'. fw tnata Ami jn liftfifnt In thi Hopnrt mwit. -T!nV wri ritai, I.ir alnck if UKADV MOB ChOHIINCi. oUr tij exprpA'lr for tlii-nnrk c ttiKti!itf of Over, Sfi-tk, Huai- ;,rtw, in J iw 0"0i. tttnJn tf llif (inot mn. nvtVi as utnMe ftlnica; Vets nml I'rint, ;wh!oh I'ftti'l trtil ploiuinjf the int fuMiilintta. ' lit Hte lxir fin. I Sh-t line, Mi ay nr fconiid " t ttfn. I.tlies nutl Misiei in a-'uruli of li...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 January 1856

" . V i i i "jhrf BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 185G. ; m;,YjN0. 381. T R R 31 A 1 THE POflT In pnblMhfMl cTrry Friday nl 2 per year fnjritblln ntlrniK'e, or j:l, If pttyim-iit Is dvlayed iititll the expiration of the j'tfiir, Advrrllinifnli will he charged prr iquarc of 1 Hues, or Ivan, fur the And Insertion, and fill rent for vnrh continuance. A liberal deduction made to those Who advertise by the year. IVmnnft endlnir d ver- tlnetnenta muat mark th nntnlwr of ilniin thw desire them Infer ted, or thry will h continued aiilil furbid and charged rrordlnirly.aj aiuionnctiif tlie uamet of candidates for office, .", Obituary notices orer 18 llnea, charged lit the regular advertising rntei. All cnmmunlciMlon Intended to promote the private ttidti or Interest! of Corporation ft, fiocletlea, flidiools or Individual, will be charged an Advertisement!. Job Work "uclifts Pamphlet. Minute, Circular. Y7ardi, Matiki, HnndblllH, Ac, will be executed 111 Rood Vtyle.aud nn re...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 January 1856

f. of properly nnl of personal relation, even In It piililieal nrg.nnitni.loii, were such only a each nnarhnnse to establish, wholly withnnl Interference from nny other. In the language of Ihn Owlnrntion of Independence, each State hud "full power to levy war, conclude pire, contract alliance, establish cnmnierce, iirul tn do nil other ncl and thing which In dependent States may of rluht do." The several colonic differed In climate, in Mill, In nntnrnl nrndni-thin. 1:1 roll 'Ion. in avalcin (1 education. In legislation, nd In the formfAJ political administration; and they jwJnl to differ in Ihene reaped when they volnntn rily allied themselves a Slate to carry on the war of the revolution. The object of lli"aJaws In disenthral' the U. Hi.ito ''rtrom lori'i'-tlf , which hnd orovJnrW-mw ono""""'' d to separate I bom permanently V hrr country; the political roaultV,. " Touiir? tion of a federal rcpublio of Wfrfe whit men of the colonies, conatitiitod-s they ttitntcL-M tl ocic were. In ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 January 1856

THE DARK DAYS OP 185-SMRIT-UALtSM AND THE MURDER CALKN. DAR. t j From the N. T. Htrald. Tlicru is not much duubt Unit in point of tnornla at Iho North nnd I'.nst He nre retro, grading. Y'e build great clippers nnd fmton. tailing bri(1gt's,biit in tlie nrls we nra behind tho old Greeks; in the grnccx we andly need missionnrics; n wild Indinn Is more polite, more generous,, more civilized Hum ninny n New York pnlitiuinn; in morals we liavo ex nmpleaof deformity nl:noat ns gross na thnse of the lowest South Sen Ilnnilers; nnd future liistoiinns will writu tlut wo are more mpcr. stitious nnd bigolted tluin the most insane worshipper of Drnhmn tlie moat profound devotee of Johnnnn 8"iitlii:ti', or Iho most ardent disviplo of w itch .hanging, Quaker whipping Cotton Mnllier. The criminal calendar of eighteen hundred nnd fifty-five will alitar,ti:ite n great deal of what we have said. Tlie Mormons nt Utah the Free Lovers in New York nnd Wisconsin the inaano nsyluma filled with maniacs on 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. — 11 January 1856

1855 FnlUWinlrr Goods! 1855 P. XX. KEITH t Co., HAVE received their Mock of Knll n.l Winter Roods, which they eonsider su perior to liny they have heretofore opened, in richness, durabliiy and chenpnrsa. Their ns tart men t is goneral, comprising Cloths, Caasi mers, rjattinela, Tweetls, and all other season able goods for Uciitlemen'e wear. For til Ladies, ther hnve very rich die- Play of all kinds urn) the latest styles of nil and Winter Dress Goods, auch aa Silks, name, liel.aiucs, Jiaritioes, 1'rinls, e., ere. j-. . , - , (.nil an t examine Hie assortment, for they flatter themselves they have some chnraetcr tor taste ami ji, figment In nils department. Tliey hnve, also, a large stock of HEADY MADE CLOTHING, gotten lip expressly for this market, consisting of Over, Seek, lusi ness, and Dress Coats, made of the finest and roost seasonable fabrics; Vesta and Pants, which can't fail pleasing the most fastidious. In the Hoot and Shoe line, they are second, to none. Ladies and Misses ...

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. — 25 January 1856

I'!: 5 ..' ' N 'v ' " BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS,- TENN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1856. VOL. VIII. NO. 383.' 1; 5;" TERNSi THI POST li publlihert wrjr ftAj at $9 per yr prM In sutram, or if payment la delayed until tht expiration of tht year. Advertlnnmentfl will b chnrjrcrt fl per iqur f 13 Unci, or lent, (or the Brit Inwrtlon, and AO etnli for acn continuance). A liberal tie-up Hon mule to lhoi who advertise hy Hie year. IVFentom iendlnjrarWer tUemenU must murk the number of timet they deiilre hem Inierted, or they will bt eontlnaed until forbid and harRd accord In el f-mf For announcing the name of candidates for office, $0. Cm. Obituary notices orer It llnei, charged Hi the regular idTertUtn rates. All cominuitlcatlom Intended to promote the private ends or Intercut, of Corporation! , Societies, Schools or tndlvldunli, will be charged as advertlnenients. Job Work such na Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will bt executed In good tyle, and on reasonable terms...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 January 1856

ATHENS POST. t. r. iriNg, editor and proprietor. TtrmiMI rear, parable ia adrtaea, sr S8 si aa t-plratlon of Ihe y.ar. t w No paper dlsrontlnuad antrl all arrearages Art Sl,l, aacapt at tht option of tht PuMUher. for announeUig tht bum of candidal tor eflce SB, OMh. OMiaar- ItotlMi evar 11 Ilaas.charftd at tht rtfolar Sdvartlplnf ratto. All eommanleatlonflntondod to promote tha private ends or tntarastt of Corporations, Soe ltl, Scboola or Indlvidaala, will ba eherd aa advartlMmcnls. IV Circulation 1,460. ATHEKSt IRID4V, JAN. 16. ISftO. Thi KrsAKBKlHIP. At inst advices the Houm of Representatives had not succeeded In electing Speaker. ' Aa lo whether they will be able lo do no at all it one of the con tingencies belonging to (he uncertainties of the future. 3gT A Railroad pasger from the South brlngs'ths report that Batiks has beta elected Speaker, ' .. NeW 8utomBt.-Tlie names of fifty-two paying subscribers' hnve been added to our list in the lost two weeks. We have always, believe...

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. — 25 January 1856

7 , TOE CONTEST FOll SPEAKER. Th following remarks upon ths arc which it b.lng plnyed at Wtihington, w oopjr from Ih Nashfilla Banner. Tha views here ex pressed are In aonformity with those enter' tained by the country t Urge; It is high time tint the struggle for the Bpensersnip, wniori' nns now msi.a seven weeks, should be put an end to. It is a mere . pairty struggle. The slavery quesl inns upon which the member of the House are divided re of no, immediate, practice! Importance to the South or to the North. Look abroad over the slave-holding Htates, and any if they were ever in a more prosperous condition I Wae slnve property ever more valuable, or did the slave-holder ever feel less npprehen sion as to the peaceful and undisturbed pos session of his slaves tlmn at this moment I Never! And does anv party does any mem ber of the House of fteprrsentaliv.s profess Ao believe that there is any power in Congress to Interfere with slavery in the States! No there is not a member in the ...

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. — 25 January 1856

Against the World! WI dilrt to Mil th attention of Farnurt and Miliort to our ulj impi-ored DOl'BLE StllEE! WHG1T FAHI, PtteatMl by T. J. Dnfi.t, April Vflth. 1 VI, which wt nr munfftcturln Ik LOVPONond kit ISA TOWtf, &M Tmn. Thin popular nd xtcnilrelv twet) Faa ht taken tht hljrhot iimrH whrrer exhibited, vln At tht Mnrylnrt flutt Fdlr, Baltimore, where inert wr At leant Afly Fun of moit ftiiprored nir.lr.ct or Virglni. Maryland and tht Northern (Matt l, exhibited) at the Ttrffinla State Fair, at Richmond; at the 8o.irti-il.1e Ar rlcultaral Fair, at Pelerthurf, Va.; at the Virgin. Val Uf Agricultural Yr and the Mftheat honor of the P.ul Tenneinet Agricultural rorlety, at Knoxnlle, In lAMaad 1836, Br own. .- Whlf, In tpenklnff of It, Mri t Ot her Vane wim whlhltrd of m excellent quH if, but none to compare with thou manufactiircd by the Mwr. Doylea, of KhuntowD." We have rereUcd other oritet too numerous to an n ounce hire, and linn dred of certinVittee of our Pan's it-rlorlty f...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 1 February 1856

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FBIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 18-56. VOL. V1II.N0. 384. TfllE POST li pubNf hrd inry Friday at H pr year f fable tn lrnec, or 8, If pmtut la delayed until ht f xpiraiion of the year. Artrrtlment will tw ctinrged 91 per qttart f IS Hoti, or lot, for the Ant Insertion, and tacenU for vaeh eontlnaanet. A liberal rlMnctioo made to thott who advertise by the year, Vl"trinns ntlnjr atrer tleraenta nuit mark the number of time they denlre Item Ineerted. or they will b eontluutd until forbid nd Charired aoordlnftly.jf) for announcing the uaroet of candldatei for office, $3, Vah. Obituary notice over 12 Itnee, charged At the regular advertising ratcn. All oommuntoattoni Intended to promote the private tndeor Intercut of Corporation, Hoeletlei, Hcboolt or Individual!, will be charged an advortlnementi. Jet Workt bch ai Pamphlet, Minute, Circular. Card, Blank, Handbill, Ac, will be ciecutcd In good tyle, and on reaeotiable term. All letter addressed to tb Proprietor, poe...

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 1856

ATHENS POST. I. P. 1VIN8, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms! a ft payable la advance, or $8 at be eiplmtlAa of the rear. tW No paper dlooniinuM ontn nil imrifH art paid, ezeept at the option of the Puhllaher. Per annouactng Uie Dintl of eaotlletes for affloe 19, Oath. a OMtnarp Notices over lillafs,eherfea at Mis regular advertising rates. All oommunionMon tntemlrd to promote the private ease or lntereM of Corporation., Societies, Schools or tndlrldaala, will be eharfted a advertisement. far t-lrcalaulan 1,4 AO. A'rilRNKh ritlDAVt FEB. It IS6B. No SrtAKER YT. Our advices frufn Washington arc to the Bfltti ult., to which lima tit House continued In nn unorganized condition. From Hit) lone of the papers In different aectiuna of Ilia Union Ilia country generally li beginning to entertitin the opln. ton Hint Ilia beat thing the member could do, would be to disperse lo their home. Their present condition I a disgrace lo tlie govern, ment. UP" Jas. C. Cnrloek, Esq., Iina our thanks for favors ...

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 1856

- ' l.ATRIl NEWS. , Tbo Steamer B.illio hn arrived with three days Inlor Intelligence. Ths follow liig em bodies all thnt will Interest: The Uverpnul Cotton ninrki'l had experi enced declins during tlie week, of to n i f a penny. Tlio sales of tin' week reai-lird 4 1,000 (if which exporters took 6,00(1 biilcn. Fluiir was in improved riumnnd nt n "lul ling advance. (,'nniil In scllinjr nt 42. and Ohio nt 44. (turn is Improved, (lie market cloning lor Yellow 4J and for White 46i. lleef nnd Pork were Ann. Lartl wna selling at 68a. Thb War. Expectation I" on tlptou to li'tirli tlio Issue of tlic pence propoiitioim of 1 lie all if1. The terms of Russia's dici-imi are not expected before (lie ISlli of Jnmmrr. Nevertheless, lK-rl'm nnd Viciinn com-spoii-dents report advices already there mid that Ilia Cur will make no further concession. On the other luind it ia asserted thnt certain formal conferences arc in session in Kl. IV tersburg disenssinjf the proposals of the al lira, which were a...

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 1856

AYER'S PUIS. rot au m lrorosn or a FAMILY PHYSIC. Tuna haa long evUtod a jraMIe demand fcr as flactiv purgatira pill which could ba railed on aa aura and perfectly aafa In ita oparation. Thia haa bran prapared to meat that demand, and an eaten aire trial of ita virtues haa conelu-iTeljr ahown with what aneoeea it aeeomplithea the purpoee deeignad. It ia aaey to make a physical piu, but not aasy to make the heat of all pill one which should hara none of the objectiona, but all the adrantagaa, of erery other. This haa been attempted here, and with what success wa would respectfully submit to the public decision. It haa been unfortunate foe the patient hitherto that alraoat erery purgsti ra medicine is acrimonloua and irritating to the bow ala. Thla fa not. Many of them produce so much griping pain and revulsion in the system aa to mora than counterbalance the good to be derived from them. These pitit produce no Irritation or pain, unless tt arise from a previously existing obstruc tio...

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