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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 February 1856

1 if IT m " a4 BY SAM. P. HINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1850. VOL. VIII.-NO. 385. ,.r MIT It pulliheil trery Friday at tj per year T"f.j,or , If payment is delayed UDtll 'A'!..5r.lton of tl.e ywr. - i.i irrrlie"'- M ensrgea i per tquare 1 11 1 line! or lew, for the flrtt insertion, and 60 centt for ..ch coolinoance. A liberal deduction made to those .!, adrertiie by the year. r-Peraont tending acirer liaemenM must mark the number of timet they dettre then inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and cliarnd accoraintiy.jfc ..... - For announcing the unmet of candidates for office, Obituary notice! orerH lines, charged at the regular '! "communication Intended to promote the private end or Interests oi vurpuraviu-, oipihh,ui.iiii nntrmuai. -1 " , JAD II nrni " ' ' ' Cardi, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed In good fltVle, nilQ On nwamw .cm,-. All letter! addreased to the Proprietor, pott paid, will tie promptly attended to. Pertont at a distance tendlnt- ut 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. — 8 February 1856

ATHENS POST. t. P. lVISi,F.mTK AND I'ltOI'KIKTOtt. Trrm:-l a Jer, pyiile la advance, or i at be tilrtion of the fr sr. rW paprr rlii.-oiuiri'i-d untn all arrearages re pi.,. at the optlou of the l'uhllh.:r. fur auuouncing Uie Dainea of cao'liUatea for office Cash. , oiiituary Notices orer 12 lines, charged at the regular advertising rate. All comiaiml-iitinm lnt.-nd.d to promote the prlrate n4l or Interna of Oorporntiom, Sm-ietirS, Schools or Indlvl'lfiala, will e ctirg-l aa anTeriimc..... tTf C'lrcnlittion 1,4 SO. atiii:s riiiiv, kkii. l C7 Circuit Court f'r Polk county com mcnecs on Monday next. BANKOiiGANizATioN.-The Directors Branch B.inkofTenuessseatAtru'ns on Tuesdoy met and organized by re-electing Wm. II. Ballew, K . President, mid A. Wizard, Cashier. VV. Rowles nnd Jos. I. Wright, Esq., were elected ll.mk Attorney. New Arrangement. We learn Hint the management of the East Tennessee; nnd Geor iria Railroad have succeeded blinking or " rnnccmenl with tiie Western nnd Atlantic...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 February 1856

FOREIGN NLWd. Xew Vor.it, Feb. 1 The .learner Arabia Iwa arrived. Liverpool Market.-CMo h mlvam-c at. eolith to one qntirur. balci. The nc.l.tic:.! iiiU-IliifMiw br"",lt ''-V Arabia is of an important character. B u r of peace nreconsiJtreJ more reliabl... Lus.sia j. reported to havu at-cented the propositions submitted to her. ft.:., n,.im was believed t'J bo authentic and if " Peat9 "'"'d """" f'Huw. Additional by the Arabia. Halifax Feb, Breadtufls bad considerably declined, and were unsettled. The bill lin in the bank of England h decreased to the exttut of 19J,00Q. The l'reaident'is Message was favorably regarded in England, and no exception wan taken, even to its position ou Central Aineri can nflairs. ' ' No npiirtlieiisiiin of difticuHictt between the two countries existed. The unnoiine.-ment in the Times that Russia had nneouditiori.illy accepted tho pro. uosals of Austria, caused (re it excitement onrtlie fcueejdinj; dy tho Governjnent ofli cially announced that Russia had...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 February 1856

AYElt'S TILLS. FOE ALL THE FTJBP08ES OF A FAMILY PHYSIC. There has long existed m public demand for an effective purgative pill which could be relied on .a aure and ix-rfcctly safe in its operation. Inis ha been prepared tn meet that demand and an exten sive trial of its virtues haa conclusively shown with what succcs. it accomplish" the pin-pose designed. It ia enay to make a physical p., but not easy to make the best of all ;7s one which should hare none of the ol.icotii.ns, but all the advantages, of cvorv other. This ha. been attempted here, and with" "hat anrcras we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It haa been unfortunate, for the patient hitherto that almost every piirgativa medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow els. This is not. Many of them produce so much griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more than counterbalance the Rood to be deriTed from them. These piilt produce no irritation or pain, unless it arise from a previously existing o...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 15 February 1856

to fm . ' .H - BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1856. VOL.-VIII. NO. -386; t ' 4 ctic5?C C a ....... t k u n n i TIIK POPT li publiiiliM every Friday l 9ft per yenr p. fable In ailrnncc, or $:(, tf payment li delayed until the rxplrallnn of the yfr. Arivertifnint will be churirvri 91 per pquare Of 19 llnei, or leti, fur the flrnt tniMrrt Inn, and Mi cent for each continuance. A liberal ib 'luctlon made to those who aftvertlie by the year. rVraunt enlitifr Hflvrr- llement muit mark the numlier of timet they desire them Innerteil, or they will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly, jgrj Fur announcing the names of candidates for office, $5, C-mA. Obltaary notices orer 12 lines, charged at the regular ftdrertlfting rates. All communication Intended to promote the private ends or Interest of Corporations, rocletle,tclioolsor IndlvldnnU, will be charged as adrt-rtlawmrnts. Job Witr Rtich as Pamphlet, M Inutea, Circular, Cards, Wank, Handbills, Ac, will be ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 15 February 1856

1 r ATHENS POSt t. P. IVINS, EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. Tamil-at rr, pajrablo la aaMoo, or at st B ptrttoii of tho year. I-oT No panor aimnMnatt anlfl It hihkiii are Bwtia, oH afc the option of Iht Piihll.hor. For uwnuMlni His ntnw of ouidMotn fsr ofice , Mk. Obituary Holloas orir It HnH.eharfed at tha rotwar , Barorllilnf rate. AlloommiinloatlonilnUiiAMl to promote tha swale easlo or Inurotu of Corporation!, RoctollM, School! or InalrMaala, wlU b eharifoa aa adronUoiMiita. tr flrf-ailatl 1,4 0. ATHEKSi rRlDAY, PER IS, 1MB. . (yWi are requested to any Hint Thomas Caldwell It no longer a esndidnta for Sheriff. y Chsncery Court meets at tliie place next Monday the 18h. Wm. George, the pruaent Incumbent, U announced In lodty't psper ctndidaU for County Court Clerk ol MoMinn county at the ensuing March eloction. y The bill to purchase the Hermitage and preeent It to the United States to be ueed , at a branch of the West Point Military School, hat passed both branches of the Leg- lektars. Bo...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 15 February 1856

REMARKS OP MR. BALI-EW, In th Senate, Feb. 3, on tin proposition to purchase the Ilermiloge. Mr. Sneaker: Aa An American citizen find II Tennesseenn, I mil constrained to fnvor this bill. A a Senator, representing nn In lelliucnL hinh-nilndtrl and chivalrous con titiieney, 1 could not do otherwise. Tn this course duty prompts pitlriolisni construing me. The bill proposes to purchase, on behalf of the Stnte, the Tomb of Jiicksnn mid imiko it, as his fame is, the common property or lie citizens ol Tennessee. I have visited, Mr. Hpenkcr, three severnl times in my life, the hnllotvcd precincts of the Ilortiiituire and nlwiivs with increased nnd Increasing interval. The spncioim Inwns, the stately in insmn with its boundless hospitali. tv. the familiar gnrden, within whose holy precincts lie itahes which innkn it holier dust which la even in llsitlf nn immortality," the associations awakened, all, nil nre elo quent of 'he past. Standing above thetomh of the hero-8tntusmnn,what a tutu ot ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 15 February 1856

f ATEB'S PUIS. FOB A IX THJ P0KPOBKI OF A FAMILY PHYSIC. Th... has long existed i nubile demand fcr aa ffectite purgative pill which could be ralM oa M m and perfectly safe In iu operation. This M bora prepared to meet thai demand, and an exten He trial of ita virtue ha conclusively shown wiU what socceas it accomplishes theporpoaa designed. It ia easy to moko a phvsical pill, but not easy to make the beat of all pilU one which ahonld hav. none of the objections, but all the advantages, of very other. 1 hia haa been attempted here, an with what success we would respectfully aubmit to the puMio deHion. It haa been unfortunate fot the patient hitherto that almoat every purgative medicine ia acrltnoniona and irritating to the bow u ThL ia not. Man of them produce ao much griping pnin and rcvnlsinn In the syatem aa to mor. than countcrliidimre the good to bo derived from them. Three pillt produce no Irritation or pain, niileaa It nriae from a previously existing obatruo tion or derangem...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 February 1856

2 fA 1? 4P rJ : . All ! . ,S. f '- BY SAM. P. IVINS. ALIENS, TEM., FIUDAY, PEBIiUARj' 22, 1850. VbL..VIII.O. Mi . ttx in 11 V t n it i n t THE POHT t pnhllxhpfl orery Prldny lit f i per ywir pujrnlilj In iiilvnncf, or ftf, If payment ii deinycd until ti exiilrnllon or ttit- y-nr. Ail v'rt.iMitttiti will he clmririifl pr oufirt of IV lines, or k, fr the Ant Imwrtiou, nnd 4(1 riiita fnr each ooiiLtimniK'O, A IHwral ilivlnrtlnii imulc to thou who ntlrertffte by llieyenr. l"IVranniiM:niinirftdv(i tlemcntfi nmt ntmjl-tlic number of time) Ihey illre tliem inserted, they ill h continued unlit forbid and chnrnad m?rdlnjrly.-jfrJ K'tr annuuiiciiig the n.uncB of candid Atet for office, fft, Obituary notice over 2 llno.cliftrged at the regular til rr tiding rntc. All coin nnnlcntlonn Intended to promote the private fnd or lnt.reiM of Corporation, flncletlen, Hcliooli or iiidlvlilunln, will be rhr.rjr-d h dvertit:mtmt. J (tit Vr' m I'amplib ti, MlimtfB, Circular, CavU, lllititks, Handbill. c, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 February 1856

5- i s i (, -. . - ,7 i . - . . . ATHENS POST. t. r. ITIrl8, EDITOR AND ROPRIRTOR. . TeTst fnr, paraMa la Mthn, or M at aa plralaj af Mia yaar. fw Na paper 4tentlaw4 imtn all arreerafss ara PaM,aawlalhaaalnpar lha Pahllahar. sar aaaeaasini Ikaasaaaa af aasdMaua Ibr sBce IS, Mk. OSMssara ftatfeaa ara It Msjee,eterfa at lha rafstar eS'arttalnf raua. AllaoamuloaaleaalaamaMI taarsmMaUia Sjrlvate eaas a lalaraata af fjaranratlaaa, fUM-tMtea, Kanaka ar uXlTMaala, win ka aharjraS M adnrtlasaaaDta. ' Clacalmtfm MM. ATHBIVfta rBIOAp. rBM. I. ISM. f& Wa an requested to any thut John Rodger ia no longer a eandldata for County Tiastee, McMlhn county. Pamaoi or thi Bono Bill. The tote rejecting Honaa bill to endorse the bonda of tha Eaat Tennessee nnd j.Jeorgla, and th Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Com' parry fot 9115,000 cnehtotbnild theClavelnnd read, and endorsing the bonda of the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad for 8300,. 000, (which had been amended by patting on k 1 1 I JJ L ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 February 1856

r f IGNORING TIIK SLAVERY QUESTION. (From Itie Aumista Chronicle.) Wo observe not without surprisr, Hint tlio Nnslivillo " Unnner," nnd "Gri lle," Imvc both counlfd tho American 1'iirtjf of Tun. ncssoc, to ignore Urn slavery question, or in other words, to repudiate llie twelfth section John IUhdm. add IIkkkv Ci.av. In tho yonr next irpi'ccdini; Mr. Rundtilnli's dentil, Mr. Chv writes to Jtiit;ju Hro'lii'l "Yon risked hnv jimitv una restored he hveen Mr. ll indnjili ami ine. 'I'lcere will nil exihnintion, or Intervention. Ob.orvinij 111 tit in tho Suimtu nnu nitflit, iind looking iih it liu tveru not lonj tor tliia world, ami bein' of the platform adopted nt l'liiliidelpliin, by myself encmicd in n woik nf pence, with or tho Nntionnl Convention or tlio Ainoricin l'nrty. Thin, in oiir opinion, is not only un wise, but very bnd counsel; nnd if pursued, will result, ns It oitglit.ln the utter defenl nnd i.rnnlrntinn (if the Hurt ii; Hint State. ... . . . . i ..n... ,i,...n,. .... ,i,.....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 February 1856

. i r V! i 4 AY KR'S PUIS. FOa AIL THE PDBP08EI OF A FAMILY PHYSIC. Tun ttiw ninx fxtstc. public dMnand for aa ffeetiTK pnrtnttve pill which could b reltwt on m tiro and perfrt?l.y mfo in if opfwtion. 'Ihw ha ben prepared to mwt thnt dcm.tnd, and an extra ire trinl of it TifttiMlin fonclnnitdy tttiown with what motem itupconiplinhra the nurpoae designed. It ia eM to mftke a phvaind pith but not winy to make tha boot of all jnth on which ahould faavt ronn of tfie o'liHrm, hut nil the ndvantnRM, of errry ntlicr. Tikis had horn nt tempted hero, and with wlmt riicccm we would rppcctfii..y aiibmlt to the pnhlio derision. It liaa born unfortunaU fot tha patient hitherto Hint almost cvry purgative medicine is arrimoninna and irritating to the bow el fi. Thi la not. finny of them priduie ao much frripiug piiin imil n ulsicn in the ayatrm aa to more than conntTbil;iTn4 thr irvnv t tm dr-rlved from thorn. Thre piif$ jhntrlorp.nn trntntiim or pain, unlet It arina frum iwrvioiifW exiiting obwtn...

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. — 29 February 1856

1 . .. . BY SAM. P. IVINS. . ATHENS, TEM., JRIDABRUArY 218567 ' : , . VOL. VIIL--yo, g88. T F. R n H I . ,"THE 08T U BubllfliH evtr Vrfdnv M lltwr vcnr jL - fcfMt in ndvnnce, or $9, If payment It dilnyrd until 'I ana xhthiiiii 01 me year, ' Al V4frtlpni('nt win ht dinrfrd $1 per tqnnrt ! f 111 Unci, or leu, for the flrtt ln.trtlrm, and Ml cent for Vicli cnntlnuAticfl. A Unernl fieri tint Ion marie to thnut who ftdvrtlw by the yenr. fprPerwni lemliniriidvcr tiimnti tnuct murk the number of timet they desire them innerted, or they will bo continued uutU forbid nd thtrred necordlneW. fnr anottnlng the namei of candidate! for offleti 95, Obituary nntteet It Hne char) at the regular ftdrertlntng ratee. All oom'ninloatlonlntentrd to promote the prlrate and or Interim of Corporntlona, Bncletle, Schoolt or IndtrldiiHl. will be charged an ndvvrtlrmentit. H Wtta 1r. aiii-h it I'lttmililrta. Mlntilra. P1reu1.rr. lift B IV ank, lliui'lhllln, c will be excciiteiHn good ttyle,-. on fewionnble trm...

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. — 29 February 1856

-to. V .A, V 'AT'fflt. J POST. 6. P. IVINS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Tcrmiit-llt fr pevytblt In tdrfrno, or 8l BftrplraUen of the yr. Nn paper d (won tinned an tit ttl rrftref. aliMxoaptftttht option of the ltihHhr. pi MBoanolDg th dim f MadidaUi tor th. ObUaftr? N otke.ortr II llntl.ehtrfed M Iht reffuttf ft4vrtiilnff rate. iu All eomraunlcMlontntntet t promote th prlratt Mi r k.tru of Oorporattont, 8octtti, ftehooli or MlvMa.., will bo charged ai alrrtlflmnU. fW" Circa latlan 1,40. .ATMEHfH, FHIDAV, t'F.B. tft, I8S0. Tola Voter of McMinn. County: ' y Soma persons having circulated In differ, nt portions of ths county, that I had with , drawn from ths unrw Tor Sheriff, I with to say to my friend that the report ia entirely wilhont foandation. 1 am till a candidate, and expect to be onlij the polla are eloeed on Satnrday. U C. RENTFRO. , February 85, lfrM. tThs) Crreoit Court for Rhea county, will meet at Washington next Monday, the Sd March. KoMTNATtOR Of FlLLMORB AND DoNELSON, We An...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 29 February 1856

, FROM THE SOUTH. Tin Attarapaa, La., Feb. 1, 1858. Editor Poll : propott in this, my second ''epistle," to give youf render some iteint relative to tlie eulture of the Sugar Cans. - I lull eonAne mjsslf to the statement of a few facte, leaving the reader to make hit own In ference. I presume the majority of your patron are acquainted with the process liy which the sugar it 'manufactured from the cane, after It Is matured. Suffice it to tsy, In this respect, that It Is similar to that by which molnsse, are mnnufncted from from the corn stalk a practiced in tome portions of Knot Tennessee. This the Parish of St. Mary is emphatically the "Sugar Parish," producing more sugar than any other Parish In the Stat, at shofhy reliahle statistics. Hut what I particularly design to notice in this communication is tome facts relative to the profits arising from the culture of the onne. A good field hand usually costs from one thousand to fifteen hundred dollars, accord ing to quality, and will c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 29 February 1856

Layer's "puis. ' . raiummnuiori PiXflT.Y PTIYSTC. Tarn BM W PM'C " iMn rmxOn pill which could be relied on a. ease d pirfrrtly In M irperatkm. This hee km prepared tn saeet thai stemand, end aa eiton eive trUi of its iMm hs. eonrlnslvelv hows with what hkm It accomplishes th. purpose designed. It to ease? to make phvelcal , but not easy to take the neat or nil PtYil one which should have hm of the ejections, bat il the advantages, of rtn other. . This hm born attempted here, and with whitt metM wo would respectfully enbmlt to tho public decision. It hu been unfortunate tot Mm patient hitherto tht almost every rrtiraatlve medicine to ncrimonlnnt and irritating to the bow. oil. Thta to not. Many of them produce ao much riping pain end revurkn In tho svetem as to moro than counterbalance the food to bo denied from them. These pilk produce no irritation or pain, nleM H arise from a previously existing obstrne- on or derangement in trie ooweia. neing nuraj vegetnbta, no harm can arise fr...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 March 1856

X 8 3 f BY SAM. P.IVINS. ATHENS, TENET., .FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1850. VOL. VIII.-NO. 389. I I.'" TTTK POST Is publlshod mrory Friday nt 2 per your ftaynbla In advance, or f 1, If payment ia delayud until ht expiration of Him year. Ad voriUcmontu will he charffrd 1 per square f la line, or lew. Tor the first Inrtion, and Ml cents for aeh continuance. A liberal dt-ditctlon made to those Who advertise by the year. fff"Prsnns sciirtlnir adver tisements mast mark the number of limes thejr desire them Inserted, or they will le continued until forbid and charjrri accordingly.,! , , , - Knr announcing the ...unci of candidates forotoce.fB, Obituary notices orer 19 lUics, charged at the regular Advertl'ln rnts. ... All communications tnt.mdo.Hn promote the prlrnte nd or Interests of Corponttlons, Pnt k-lle", ."elioola or llidlvldii'ils, will be clmrp.'d as rtdvcrtl-ciwiit. fob Wnrtu nrh nt PampIdH". Mlnittt-a, Circular, Cards, nianks, Handbill", Ac, will be executed in good tyle, and on rraon:ib1...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 March 1856

.V . ' !' A' . , . - i - s ft I 'V, ATHENS POST. I. P. IVlNS.EOITCMt AND PROPRIETOR. C'lrcalBllm 1,450. Tflrmil 99 jr, payable la advance, or a at BSsxnlratlAn Af the yssr. IV No pnnr alspAnllnnee until all arrt araffM Rrs l1, exes pt Rl ths option of tht Publisher. for snnoaaelng tht mnH of oandlaRtts for eejec I, ash. Obituary Notion ortr It tints, chirr ! tin rtfultr ertl,lne niim. All oomiHunleRUoas Isttne'eit to promote tho srlVRtt ass or Interests of Oorporotloni, Aneltttts, Schools or laaivtdaRlt, will b charged as adrtrtlMmtnt. FOR PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILL.HORE, or saw tori. rOH VICI PRESIDENT, AIJOHEW 3. DONELMMi OP nRRRRSSB. ATIIENR. FniDiY. MARCH 1, It AO. HT Circuit Cunrt for Bledsoe county Me Orl Pikevlllo next Mondnv. Ilia 10th. f CourtV Election. The following per. J eon were elected on Saturday last: McMinn county John A.Gouldy. Sheriff: Jno. t. mover, circuit i;ourl Clerk: W eorge, County Court Clerk; Benj. Wells, Cornelia Brawn. Keiriater.s The ty fllairicu will ne ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 March 1856

i , It' y ' J' 4 .'. V: i I- r-' ; -i htf (trainer Am. to tin irled, . .,ei lo lha 13th ult. 8li.hnd one of.lh worst pitMiipi ever knowrl, Bit brlnya dinpnh-hea from Ihe Eng lish povrnnienij nnf from Messr. Bti.hnn o Ms Mmen. .". . .'; ." ' " . " FuiitHER Bt TH -Amrrica. Halifax, . Feb. 99.-Tli ati-anier B:iltlc arrived out on th 13th. The Ainerlcn passed, on the !9lh, Collin ilenmcr In dlalreiM, lienditir up the English channel. It wa probably Hid IV cilio returning. The pence conference moots 9 1st. It; is Mid Ihnt Austria nnd Franc dealrrri the nd misston or Trnssin, but l.ord I'nlmvrston re fused tlio consent of Enytniid. Tlx Dutch have concluded treaty by which they obtain greater advantage than any oth. s nation. The London Times seems to fenr for the success of England in the approaching Con gress. In the House of Commons on the 15th, Mr. Roebuck moved thu protection of the correspondence with tho United Stutcs nnd the instructions jjiven to Crnmpton. Iird Palmerstnn replied,...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 March 1856

AVER'S PI LIS. FOB ALL TBI PTTEFOSSI OF . FAMILY rilYSIC. ' Tumi hns long enfold puMff dramfid for n ftVctW pnnrntira pill which rouM be relied on aa nr and perfectly anfr hi its operation. ThU hu been prepare, to meet that demand, mid an ex t en tire triel of its virtue hi conclusively shown with what tieccwit it aecnniplilir the purpose, designed. It in tinny to make physical pill, but not ensy to make the )et of all jnlh one which should have von) of the ohjertimia, bat til the advantage, of vi try other. Thin hi been attempted here, and with whitt ticee we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It has been unfortunate fot the patient hitherto that almost every purest iv medicine ia nriinonlotia and irritnt.mr, to the bow eli. Thin fa not. Mntiy of them produce ao much griping pain and revulsion in the system aa to more than counterbal.ine the Rood to be derived from them. These pi 11$ produce no irritation or pain, unleaa it nria from a previously emitting; olmtmo tin...

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