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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 March 1856

: - ;i W TI. She BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY; MARCH 14, 1850. YOL: VIIL-NO. 390. jr. i TIIR POST In puMinhcrl tverj YrUny M W jwr ywr parable In nrlvKncp, nr , If payment li delayed until the expiration of the year, AdverllNRtnenta will he charged 1 per qtire IS ..net, or town, for the Aral tnnwrt Inn, and Rfl rents for ten continuance. A llhernl induction mad in tho who ftdverllne hy the year. tWIVwnna endlnrarrr tfaementf tnunt mark th? number of lime they denlrt thrm lnerted, or they will h continued until forlild nd Charged acrordlnirly.pr Vnr announcing the uamei of candMatt for fllce, f 0t C. , Obituary notlrei orer IS llnef, charged at the regular ' Mrertlfllnir rate. All communication Intended to promote the private ndn or InUrentn of Corporation, 8octetlen, School or ImUvldnrtU, will be chared nn ndvertlemrnt. Job World Much bb Pamphlet", Minute, Clrculara, - Tarda, Itlank, llanilhllli, tc, will be executed In good tyle. and on reaonble term. All letter addrccd ...

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 March 1856

ATHENS POST. . . IVlNo.IDlTOR AMD PROPRIETOR. ClrewlailcMS MM Taratattt fMr, srMe la Mnan, or It al S anHnulaaaf tha rr. esjr Ho saawr atwstntliiaaa miIN aft errearaiae art MM,raertalHrptle( ska Pakthhw. PW aaaiaailag Mm aaam af eaaxnaatss far aske la, ess. OWBMirW'UiaTat Mllaaatakart Mtka rsaalar aamimag rawa. an raamaakraUana IMaa4 a praawla ia arlrala saesartoitarwts af Oaraaraamia, goctenw, fcbaala ar roa president, ILllBR riLt.lalEf roi net president, aVTMBNS. Fat I DAT 91 ARCH . K(nr Post Omol A poat office ha beta established at "Pine Ridge," MeMiaa county, - aad A. Bark, Eq., appointed postaeatter. yWe trust our frieada will aot aeg last the sell af tbe ftserstary of tha Tennessee, Waatara and Chariest Railroad. tjf Oireait Court far Marioa county, will Mat at Jasper aa Monday aaxt, lh 17th. A Rscjcbst. As wa hava aot, la tha laat Ave years, called oa oar political friends to aid u is increasing thaeiranlation of our pa- par, wa ahall offer no apology lor doing so at thia li...

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 March 1856

I ACCIDENTS UPON RAILROADS. Tiio-followlng important low wns enacted by the I cgislnlure nt ita Inst session: A Bill lo Gnard againtt Accidenlt vjion Rail-roadt,-and to Protect the Licet and t'rojierty of the Vititenm Beclioii I. lie it enncli-d liy tliO Geni-rnl Assembly of tliu Sluto nt' 'IVniicmvo Thnl it slinll bo the duty of the engine driver or nny person or persons linrinu; the cluirgo nf the running ot n locomotive or trnin upon nny rnilrond in this Hlute, to sound or blow the whistle or ring the bell when itpproncliiiiir nny turnpike or nny NlreutcriHwed by the riiilrnnd, in time to give due mid timely notice of the nppronching train to nny perxim or person who tnny be traveling or punning upon audi turnpike rund or oilier public rond or street o crossed by rnilrnnd. Sec, 2. lie it furihrr enacted. Thnt In the event thntnny person or HrunMnhiiil through or by renson of nny neeident or collision Imp. pening from the failure or ou.is-.inii of nny engine driver or other person...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 March 1856

AYER'S PUIS. Ktiuntmnmcri FAMILY. .PHYSIC. trntnn has fcng Minted ft fmtillo demand for ft ffertire pnrtintive pill w.,irh could be relied on M nr and porfrctlr unfc In It opwntion. This hua brim prrpJirrd Wmwt that drmnnd, nnd nn xtrn We trial of iu vtrtiiM hu conrbwiToly shown with whnt niccrns it rouinplinhm the mirpone designed. It is rnny to mnke a )hvnicl pill, but not eay to mnke the bout of nil ;t one which should hsre Bono of the o1i(N lions, hut nil the advantages, of every other, this has been attempted here, and with whnt mieces we would respectfully submit tm the pnlilic derif-inn. It has been unfortunate fat the piitient hitherto that almost every purgatir mMirin Is arritnoninus and irritating to the bow eli. 1 hi is not. Mny of them produce so much griping puiii mid revulaitm In the system as to more than connterbaliinrc the, good tn be derived from them. These pill produce no Irritation or pnin, on lens it arise from a previously existing; obstruc tion or derangement...

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. — 21 March 1856

' i Vv BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1856. VOL. Vin.-NOi.39L IWirf i2 fir Tnit POST It rnWl.h"l errjr PrM.y st per ytr .,.bllnsnYsnre,.r , If piiyment la d.l.yert until AiVl.mer;in m efc.r,, i r .nr. f 1 lUiM, or Iw, tor Hi.- nr.l liwrtlnn, n.l 0 fr Irk mnthinsnra. A llbrrsl . ..Inrllnn msae t" thmw IVr.jJlrH.JhvlVyenr. rSV-1'er.-n. nenrilnssilTr r- l!,"rCrrc nr th-y will b. continued until forbW ...d rSSW&iS-ofa.l-it.W. 'ohUosry notice, ever li Iln..,;h.rge4 tthereTilsr 'luSnnVc"'!. Int.ndrrt to promo.. IV. print. nS.or Inter.!. f Corpor.tlon.. (WlrllM, School, or Jit.. wl be chawit n ..IvertlMments. Jb Work. Pan,.Mrt.. Mlmrt., Clrenlnr.. Cr.l."ll"nk, llanill.UH. .. "HI be executed In soort itvli.. And on ronsnniinle terms. Alllellor. s.Mrc.eil to Hie Proprietor, post pM, will .oWent iX'rlbcri?wUI h. entitle., to . nf.h ropy jtrjtl.. No oommnnlcntlon In.erted unleM .cconip.nled by the name of the nntlior. . . lr omce on Msln street, next door to the old Jac...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 March 1856

ATHENS4 POSl.- B. F. IVINS.KDITOR AND I'ROPRlKTOR. Circulation I.SO. TeirmwA 4 a rear, payable In advance, or $a at keeTplrAtlert of the year. iv No panr itltcnntlnnto' itntn all arrearages art paM, except at the option of the PubH.hi-r. For announcing die name of eaiHllilatei for office 95, oh. Uhllnarv Tfntlret over 13 lines, oharged at the reirular tdTerlllng rtr. Alleomiaunlriitlaasn'Men'leil to promote the private anas or lntret of Corporation. Sorlell-ii, aehoole or Inalvltlaaia, will be eliargial ai ailrertlaeruents. VOIl PRESIIlKNT, Hilauii t HiI.tioiik, or nr tori. Si ron VIC PHKS1DRNT, Aiuukw J. imim;i.so?(, - Or TK.SSKMS. i'l'IIK.HS I HlltAl. ll AIM II l, I 8. Ml. For tiir Canvass. We will furnish our paper lo now subscribers from llio firat of April to tlio last of November, fur one du. lar encli. Mef.tinu or Directory. On the next page will ba founil n notice fir a meeting of the Directory of the Tcuncssoe, Western . and Charleston Railroad, to bo lielJ nt Mudr onville,...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 March 1856

vi-V- BEACOAST DEFENCES, FORTIFICA TIONS.&0. GKM. CASS'S SPEECH. From the New York Herald. W publish two interesting reports In this morning's paper: General Cum' speech, de livered In Hie Seunte yeslerdoy, nnd the report , of the Secretary of Wnr on the fortifications nd defences or New York liorhor. England's great modern historian nnd phil osopher hns snid thnt "parsimony in wnr ' the worst prolusion," nnd the United States mny well npply the ounce, of suggestion which the maxim contains to tho present condition Of their senconst defences, nnd to the Engin eer Dcpnrltm nt of the government. It is nut necessary to say how ninny thousand miles of senconst we" clniin.ns our own, nor are w called upon to consider in deluil the niiiount f defensive material we possess; hut this we know that the Engineer corps of the army Is constituted of about forty officers. If we have 4en thousand miles of const, this will givonno officer to every two hundred and fifty miles. Considering the ch...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 March 1856

A-YER'S PILLS. r in.? tor all ihb rtmrosns or a FAMILY rilYSIC. ft. Thkh has long n1ntrd ft pnWio drmand far an fToctive purRnttve pill whu-fe could be relird on ftt nr nd perrrotly ifp in its oprrntion. This hat bfon priarcd to meet that dcmmid, nnd fin ej.tn ItO trial of its virtue has com-hiaivrljr shown with whrit iuuccsi It accomplish the purpose designed. It is cnHjr to mnke a phvsicul pill but not ensy to tnakri the beat of nil pi!)- one which should havt fioneof the olpftinns, hut all the advantages, of evory other. 'J his has been attempted here, and with what mcres we would respect fully submit to the puHie deci'inn. It has been unfortunate fot the patient hitherto that n.rnoat every purgative meilicino in (icrimontmtH and irritating to the bow els. lliis is not. Many of them produce to much griping pain nnd reviiUmn iu the system as to more than countcrlmlniiro the good to Ira derived front them. Thej ;' produce no irritation or pain, nn)w it nri fr-jju a previously exist...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 March 1856

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1856. u if" VOL; VIII.-N0. 92. Tit PORT In puMtHhH every PrMny ft Mper yer pf hWb In nrlvnnce, or fl, If pity men t it delayed until he expiration of the year. ArtvnrtUemrntw will he chreil fl PT Mtuiire f 13 linen, or lend, for the flmt iniTtiin, nl fiflccntf for ech continuance. A HVrnl rlMnctlnn tnatte to Otnae who lTeriliie hy the year. r"IVrson ftcn-ilnr adver tisement! mnl mirk the nnmm-r of tlmee they dlre them lnertel, or they win he continued until forbid iind harxwl R'ccordlnffly.iaTl - For announcing the namei of enndldMee for office, o. Obituary notlcei orer 13 Hnet.charRed t the regular ftdvrtllnt: rate. All communications Intended to promote the prtvato tniln or Interests of Crtrporatlona, fn-Mle, Hchoola or Individual", will he rhnrgnd na adverlUcmptita. jnh WorV, hmcIi ni PmnptiM". Minute, Circular, CtiHi, RUntm, Hnndhllla, Ac, will he executed In good tyle, and on Tensnntinlr ltrm". All letter a-Hrcased to the Propri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 March 1856

sr.- 1T I- ATHENS POST. I. 9. IV1NB, RD1TOR AND EnOPRlKTOR.. 4'lrrnlaOnn 1,800. Trnl per. payable ' advance, he expiration of the year. fjr No paps' als.-onllneeA' onllt all rrearaee except nl the option o( Ihe PnMIner. For aanounelnR the names of oendlriales foe office 95, ' Ofcltoary Netleeeaver ntlae,ehsre el the reenter advertising, rates. All nramiinlctkni Intended la promote tns private anas er Interests of Ootexirntfon. Societies, Schools or lndlrlaniuil emi-sea nTeoin. TOR PRUHIDRNT, mtlLLABO rULKtRE, y ,, -- op new tow. . " FOR VIC11 PRRS10F.ST, J!(DHEW a. IXEI.S!:, V Of VKNMKflltll. rVtt. its Canvas'. We will lumhrh our timer .. new HttUerriluTu from thtt Tlrnt of April to the lust nf November, fur on dol lar, ench. V County AssF.ssons. Th law In regard to the election and diitit-n of County Asnes. or, will be found on thu first page of tliiM paper, Democratic! District Covrstio-. Wi oWrve notice In the Chattanooga Adver- tiscr for the Democratic pirty in the Third Congrt-...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 March 1856

V r OUT.SPOKKN l'OPBRV. The UnfTnlo Cmnmurio il Arlvortisor trans, lata Mm following nrticlo from its German cotempornry, the Uuffilo Tclcjrrupli. Fiither Osrtsir write In liis "Catholic Kin-hen jvitiiNj," or Advocate, n long nrliulc, from which wo unit (tie follnutnn; rxtruvt: "Whoever iimliTvnluea the spiritual power of III Church. In III LYIli'd Hlnles, wiinders in a feitrfiil InbyYiiith. We linve Nmt only aeven Arclibmhom, lhlrtv lhree Hiahi'ps, nod aevvntein hundred mid four l'ricN,nll in the service of the I'npe nt the Chnrrh, but wo have nlait thirty-mis ntlli';e, thirl v aeven Senilnnrica, mid n hundred mid sevniccn fi male Aoml. mica, nil f,.tinili d bj thu Jisuils, briiiuiiiif ihiii'fiTiind di.illi to iitihili.r mid mischief tu Anicricmi Knn.v Nulhiuiriani mid nn.Aiiierie.iti Kmlicnliain. And Ihe hiinri'lii cul bund w hich, like n gulden thread, snr. riitiinla rrly in' Dioceses iiml two Apisstolie Viciiries, mid ntri-U-lu-n fniin Ihe Alhnlie ockiii In Iho alill wiiturn nf ...

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 March 1856

'",.r":iv . . "X t. AYEIL'S puis. roa m m rvsrosit or FAMILY PHYSIC. . . Tinram liaa long rxhtei nubile oVrhan for B ffcrtiT pilripiT pill arhkrh oouM t reliwl M or and iHTctljr tof In tt ofxwstiwi. Thia tiM krh nrppiirM to mt Ilia. Aomaixl, ix1 aa eatn. 1t trial of lt Yirtuoa h concltiaiTclr shown witk what ticcnn it tccunipliahaa the purpos. doslnntJ. It li niwy to lnaVe physical pill, bu t n"t easy to mak the heat or nil pith one which should hare none of the ohlwtimia, Init all the aiWnntnucs, of Torr other, Tliia has brm atleniptod lime, ana with what imi we would roapeotfully submit t the pnlilic dri.ln. It ha bon iinfurtuiiate foi the pntient hitherto that almost everjr wirgatir medirite l arrlmonuma and htitatiiiy to the bow. 1 era. Tliia la not Mnnjr of them pkimi ao much rljinig piin and nmlsiun in the ayati-in aa to aior than comiterhalntif. the Rood n derived from ' them. Thee pillt v'"" no Irritation or pain, miles it aria from a previously exltin(j abattno- . tion or d...

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 April 1856

IF . Jb . -"f ... . .BY. SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1856. VOL. VIIL-NO: - -r-r.nytm . TIIK POsT Is arrtHlisen creiy rrMijH as par ysar ... Vw. m adrane. or 1 if B.jnwnt U delayed nnlil . . ..nirMtlcHi of Ui year. f U llnw. or less, for the arstlnrti..n and o cents for ,l1rerilKnipH1v min-rnrpnni;T square -a.:li continuanoa. A liberal illnctioa made to those " wha advertise by the Tear. ts IVMont sending artver- tlMiaeiit. mttl aaartt the number of time, they desire Shew luserted. or tliey will be continued until forbid and charred acconllnily.Jtl For annoaneiug tin, names of eandidatei for office, $5, 'Cm. OMtuary notices evar l?Unes, charted at the regular advertising rate. m - Alt cammmlcations Intended t promote the private nd or interi of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charred as advertisements. - Jos Vrk.uhji PamnMt-ts.Mtiiutrs. Circulars Card., Blanks, IhtmiMlls, Ac, will be executed In good ; Style, and on reasonable terms. All let...

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

ATHENS POST. f. P. IVLN8. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Circulation l,0OO. Term: rear, parable ta advance, or ft at Be etpirnttaa of Ue year. Ns paper discontinued antn all arrearages art paid,eioptatthec.pttoMf the Publisher. SkFur announcing Ute name of candidates for office 5, ah. Obitoary Notices ever 11 linea.charged at tha regular advertising rales. All communications Islanded to proarate the private ends or interval of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will b charged aa advertisements. FOB FRESIDKNT, niLLlBD FILLJIOHEi or in toss. ' FOB TICt PReSIDENT, AKDBCV J. DONELSOJI. or TMmssaa. . ATHENS, ritlDAVi APIIIt. 4 I8g. The District Corvbrtios. We trust our political friend in, tlie different counties of ' the Third Congressional District, will not fail to hold meetings nn Monday next, nnd appoint delegates to the Convention to be lield in May to nominate I candidate for Elector. It is desirable that each county in the District should send delegates.. ' Laws. The act pr...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 April 1856

FILLMORK AND PIERCE. Tht Mobile Advertiser replies to a com parison instituted bv the Register of the umi eit between the administrations of Millard Fillmore and Franklin Pierce, 1 laying: We think our eonrert unwise to provoke a comparison between the two, for vert Southern Deinoerala not p:irtiiiie themselves being judges, the result can hard ly prove advantageous t his candidate. We care not hoar far back tlie comparison be Instituted let it be made to cover thu nulltirjil life of botli gentlemen, and we are content to leave the verdict to the calm judg. ncnl of masses the honest men of both parties. But a contrast between the last and the present administrations would be par tic u- larly .nfoftun.W for 51 r. Pierce. II. has C.A .....I, ...A ..il k m. . " ' - "w ' " deceasor talked little, but did much, very much "for tlia Soulh and for the country. II r. Fillmore ground the viper of Abolition fanaticism beneath his iron heels Mr. Pierce lifted It from the dust, nourished it w it...

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

w Va . w-r -si- "w ". A 1 JL. IV O PUIS. , rofi All THE PTOPOSEI 07 A family' physic. Theri ha long existed public demand for aa effective purgative pill which could be relied on ure and perfectly safe in it operation! Thii haa been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten ire trial of its virtue haa eonrlusix'oljr shown with what success it accomplish" the imrpoae designed. It it easy to make a physical pill, but not easy to make the heat of all ;? one which should hare ami of the objection, but all the advantage, of every other. Thi haa been attempted litre, and with what success we would respectfully submit to the public derision. It haa been unfortunate foi the patient hitherto thnt almost every pur(ratTe medicine, in acrimonum and irritating to the bow els. This is not. Mnny of thorn produce so much ((rii)iiiK jiuin and revulsion, in the system aa to more than counterbalance the Rood to be derived from them. These pilU produce no irritation or pain, unless it arise from a pre...

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. — 11 April 1856

iVC II i' T , . 1 .1 .11 I ' - BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, .TENN. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1856, VOL. VIII.-M 394. THC POST li publlfhcil ewjr Friday M $2 fur yaur pftfable in vtrance, or -, tf payment It delitjred uuill he explrnlton of the year. ' AdverUamntn wltl be ehurrerl fl per ttnrt f IH llnet, or lest, for the flnt Iniertlnn, and (HI cent for ach continuance. A liberal induction made to 1hna who adverlUe by the year. ffPtTi'nni nendlnp adver tinmen ta mml mark the number of timet lliey detlre tliem Inter ted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged according) jr. 4r3 For announcing the uaiuei of candidate! for office, 5t Cnh. Obituary notleet orer 12 llnet, charged at the regular advertising rntet. All communlcatlont Intended to promote the private endtor Intereftn of Corpnratlont, Boelctle,8choo1tor Individuals, will be churged nn dverttements . Job Wnrktucli at Pamphlets, Minute. Circular, Card i, Blanks, HnndblHt, Ac, will be executed la good Style, and on reasonnhle t...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 April 1856

I I. I ; ATHENS POST. t. P.4VINS.ID1TOR AMD PROPR1KTOR. Trfnt W 7 pTTsici or t Wtiplrfttton of lb year. CKnpmr discontinued until til arrMregM art EM, seep at tht option of the Publlnhvr. For nnooDoIng the dmn of caodldatet tor office. $5, h. Obituary Notlcae tfrar 1S ..leharfH at the regular M tiling relet. AUeommunlcftttoni In tended to promote the ftrlrate er Intercete of Oorporattont, 0ocleUe, Schools or taatavMaaU, will be eherged m kdvertleemenie. FOR 'RESIDENT, nrLLiBP rn.LnoRE, j , . er mw imi. ' . ton net presidest, ANDREW . DOMELSOIV. ATHENS. FRIDAVt APRIL. 11. IftOfl. f&T Price of subscription fur the can fas 1,00 per copy. W Circuit Court for McMinn county, will meet nt Athena next Mondny 14lh. County Court Joqoe. Jno. L. Bridge, Esq la announced in today's pnper at a can. didnte for County Court Judge of McMinn eounty. The Kingston Presbytery is to meet t New Bethel, six miles cast of Athens, on Thursday, the 34th Instant. Notaries 1'ubi.ic U. Gilbert and C. A. Jord...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 April 1856

FUbLIO MUETINO. Aooording to previous notice, s portion of the cltitnm of McMinn oounty assembled at the Court-house, In Athens, on Monday Inst, for the purpose of Appointing delegates to the District Convention, to be held at Cleveland on the first Monday of May, The meeting was organized by culling L. H. IIunsT to the Chair and appointing Jno. Rodcis Secretary, The Chnii'innn having stated the object of the meeting, Willie Lowry, Esq , offered the following resolutions, which were unanimous ly adopted i Resolved, That the American parly of Mo Minn county most heartily approve of the nomination of Miu.aiui I'iu.moiik for President and AsmiKW J. Donkisox for Vice President sf the United Slates. Resolved, That In Millar.) Fillmore we te- ognite the true ; ntriol, the nble statesman a man wliosa historv furuiahns the best, irunr. antee that if elected the administration of the government will be confided to hands capable of guiding it safely through all the storms and perils with whic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 April 1856

X V- V r it MLS. fob alHtk hjhpossi or a FAMILY rilYSXJ. Jnunt hna Ion .. a public demand for an tffeetiT purgative pill wkich could be relied on ura and perfectly nafe in iu jux-mtion. This) ha bfn prepared to mfft that demand, and an ex ton aire trial of It tiTtucs hu conchiaiTo.T shown with what incceM it accomplishca the purpose designed. It It erncr to make a physical pill, but not easy to make the bent of all pi one which should hare none of the objections, but all the advantages, of erery other. This hns been attempted here, and with what succcu we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It has been unfortunate fot the patient hitherto that almost every purgative medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow els. This is not. Many of them prwlnce so much frrip'utg P,,m revulsion in the system as to more than cMinterb.il.tmre the good to ne derived from them. These pill produce no irritation or pnin, unless It arino from a previously existing obstruc tion ot dera...

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