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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 April 1856

1 O1- rs; I 11 If 1 r i BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERHil THC PO.'T l published mrf Friday at tt per year arable la advance, or 18, If pajrdient U delayed until the eaplrailna of the year. Airrrtlanmrnt will be chanced $1 per aqaare f 12 lines, or less, for (lie first insertion, and ftoeents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. fVPersons sendingadrer. . tlsemenu most mark the number of times they desire thees inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and ' chanted accordingly..) For announcing the names of candidates for office, IS, Obituary astir.ee over IS lines, charged at the regular advertising rates. - All communications Intended to promote the priratc ads or interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or individuals, will be charged as advertisements. Job Work such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, j Cards, Dianas, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in good atyle, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post...

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. — 18 April 1856

ATHENS POST. 8. P. 1VINS,BD1T0B AND PROPRIETOR. Trrm:- i a rear, PrM aJvaoce, or 3 at ha expiration of the year. f y No pauar di.-ontiiiiiei! mtS aH arrearage art paid, txc at tlie option of the PutIilir. for annoazicinf Uic oaiuea of candidates for office 95, ah. OMiaary Notice orer 13!loet,eharred at the rejalar -dverUiuff ralce. Allconuuaicatiocflatendrd to promote the prlrate ansa or Interest of Corporation!, Socieiiee, rjcbooj a Indirt'lila't, will be charged a adrertiscmeuu. FOR PRESIDENT, . -niLLlHD FILL.TIOUE, a or s-nr loa. . ' FOB TICK PRESIDENT, ANDBEW J. WOSELSO:, Or TT5JI ATHENS FIHAV. APIUL i9t 1850. Polk a.id Mews Cousties. We nre re. quested to give notice Hint I lie limes of hold ing the Circuit Court of Poll pnd Meigs counties were changed by lha Inst Legisla ture, . Tlie Circuit Court for Meigs wHI be L'ia on the 4t.lt Mondays of April, August, sad Pccembi-r; tho Circuit Court of Polk county will commence the 3rd Mondays in Jilay, September, nitd January. The next...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 April 1856

AYER'S PILLS, A new and sininiiar'.y successful remedy for the enre of nil itiLtm- discuses Coativetieaa, Indi- Essti.in, Jaundice, Dropsy, Itheninntism, Fevers, out, Humors, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflamma tions. Hc-uliuhe, lVm in tlic Hrcart, 6ide, Back, an J Lim'un, r'cin.ilc CimipLiintSj etc., Ac Indeed very fL.w arul'ie disease in which, a Purgative Medi cine i not niorc or Irs required, slid much lick Beat and aiiflisrini! mhzht be prevented, if a harm teat but etfuctual Cnllnrlk- were more (reply used. No person r-.tn frrf well while costive habit of body prevail ; beside it sotm generates serious and fttn fatal J7i,e.io, which tuiilit have been avoided bv the tini'ly and iuduioiw uo uf a good purgative. Thin in alike true of Cold. Keverisili symptoms, and BiliniM derangements. They ul tend to become or produce the dewp seated and formidable distempers which load br:tre all over the lull J. Hence a reliable f.iniilv tihtsic i of the first importance to . .. . J " i .1 11 ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 April 1856

DWAvioiTS 00 S r'LAt.UATIO.Y. from Uie 'sill P.lrlot, Extra, of the 1 lib imt.J By far l) most rfUastn.u euliflau;! uliun that lin eva visited Nashville, occurred ye terdav niorln, between two an J I lire o'clock. Til tire originated in the basement of the N.sl.ille Inn. above the oven in the kitchen, aulittl to far progressed when dis . covered an.klie alnitu civeu, uo human ef forta could ive arrested it. A very .Ijoi.g Wind wl.itlav.ia blowing from alio North, lr. il,. H . ..... rnm.ilv throuuli the house. the inmate fcrely haviu- tiase to lake tlmir , escape, an.liti a few iimmeut the whole buiMini: wufu a Uur.e. Tlie atmosphere was fille.1 with (lilting Huke of lire, which were driven over lie square, ami over the South ro portion of the city down to P.road street " T maa-ial ,f tlll,l. fl II L' OB fell 111)011 tllA birKV " "I '" roof of the CJiurt House, and It was not long before that Uiihlintr. wan pouting tip columns of fierce li.iini, contributing it thousands to the myria...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 April 1856

L I.- f i i i i BY SIM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1850. VOL. VIII.-NO. 300: Si TEHJlJi Till POST It ptibllnheil erery Friday at $1 per year arable In adran, or s, if payment is delayed until ' e Miration f the year. Ad vrrl,"'""" wl" enai"redSI per square f lines, or less, for tlie first Insertion, and M cents for each enntinnanee. A liberal nVilnctlon matte to those, who adertl by the year. (VPersonssendlnirail-er- tlaemenU mu-l mark the number or times they desire them Inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and rhareed eecoriiln-lr. Jtl For announcing die uainet of candidate! foroffice, $5, t'M. Obituary notice! over It linn, charged at the regular advertising ratea. All eominutilcatlnni Intended to promote the prlrate ' end or Interests or corporations, societies, schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertisements. Job Work-sachas Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars Cards, Blanks, llamlliills, 4c., will be executed in good tyle, and on reasonable terms....

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 April 1856

ATHENS POST. B. P. IVIN8, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TrrmnMl yi payable la advanco, or IS al Ite -iinuiinef the yr. lyf jj, paper discontinued unto all arrearage art lhl,elcet at the option of the Publiher. tor aQuvuncinc tlie simel oi candidate! for office 0, "iii'taarjr Notices ovor 1 ltnes.charred at tht regal" a.lvertlting-rates. All communications Intended to promote the print onoe or Interest of Corporations, Societies, Schools or lwlTlciul, wiU hred M advertleeraoot. FOR PRESIDENT, 'jllLLAUD ril-LHOBE, or saw Toax. TOR TICE PRKSIDFAT, ' AftDTHEW J. DOELSO!, or mmui. AXHKSS, till DA Y A PHIL 8t 1856. - Circuit Court for Meigs county will meet at Decatur, Monday next, the 28tli. Attention, Routs Agents! Route agents on tlie railroad will serve the public conve nicnee by placing mail matter for Benton, Ptirksvillo, Uiwasset Copper Mines, and Syl eo in tlw Cleveland mail bag. Our packages for Hie nbovo named points are mailed hero every Thursday evening, nnd should reach their respec...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 April 1856

GREAT DEMOCRATIC MEETING AT SF-liLlN, TEXAS I EtoqccxT srcrcu or us! ri.icawirouLl ! - The nnterrified Democracy of Seguin, Tex i, held a meeting at that place on llie 30ih of January, when, it it snid. tlx mt intelli gent man in the erowJ held forth in the fol lowing strain: "3nrl I rise to address this meetin as a re turned prodvgul, from the annykon Jiek! Bur, I har wepped over mr apostaeo like the rmilinbsliedosaiiurlhe milk o its miitherl 8ur befoar the assembled wurld, I this da pro lame, that nn mnr will I phrrfturiiiae with that abominabnl iweiml culled No Nuthim-l Stir, I am from the mnirnt.ineiis rcgiins ovole Vhirginntali, and thar nnn.l the,suovr enpped peeks nv tue worm, sum m inecreme i iiin inicroiicjr. I tended a Dimmocrnlic Contren shua thar wunst, at the yewnnnitnous requet-t ov tlie party in my kotinty, an ef it wouldn tyra you and my frens here, I would maik i speech here thnt I maid thar, hut, sur, I no it will tyre you. Sur, f was a imniicrout befoar I woa born...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 April 1856

1 1 AYKll'S PILLS, AXKW nd aineuUrlr nccesfiil remedy for the cure of U llilmin di!i Coativeneea, lndi Atiun. Jaundice, Dn.py. Kheiimati-m .revert, t,.mt, H unions Servniisne. Irritability, IntUmm. tioirs, UmAu-Hc, I'liiwiuth Breiist, Side. Back, nd Liml, Foiii.K-tiimpWnta,c.,e. Indeed eery few are tlicUiseowa in which a Purgative Medt cine U not more or le required, aud much we new i.nJ tiillerinif minht be prr-ventcd,if a harm lew but etr- ctiml Cathartic were more freely used. No person can feel well while a costive habit of blr prevail ; beaidct it noon generate acnoua and often fatal d.to.ic.. which minht have been avoided bv the timely and judicious no of a good purgative. This i alike trne of Cold. Feverish symptom., and ltilioiis dcraiutemcnts. They all tend to become or produce the deep ne tted and formidable distempers hind the henrsca all over the land. Hence a reliable f unilv jijuiuc it of the first importance to it.. ,...Mi IihIiIiIi'miJ this P.ll has lieen perfected w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 May 1856

, . ?r .-V.-V- , ... ... t -r.v. - v- - . Br SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENJf., :FRIJ)AY, 3IAY 0, 1S5G.' " VOL: VIII.-KO. 398. ' ' TERKii j Dem cr atic Orimoic or Fillmore. The THE FOBT ! published every Friday at 91 per year . .,,'.. . ... . tt parable io advance, or H, If payment U delayed untU i thnrloUeSVllle Advocate republlatiee tba fol- hAH.ThrVt",n b. .barged 1 per ! loi"8 te.tl.nony to tho character of Mr. r iiun.orie,iorjienrtttoaertioo,and.tiuror : Fillmore and the excellency of hie sdminis- "hadrerHbytheyer. HT"i'erMnaeDdinader. tration, from the pen of "X," the widely the Country." They will be found both in- liMraenu nna mux ine nuauier 01 time uiey deetre Iheiii Inserted, or they will tweoatuiuediuitU furMd and (barfed acenrHniljr. rr anngnncUif tin uaiaes of candidate! for oSce, S3, Obituary aotleea orer IS lines, charged at the regular adrertlilne: rates. All cooiraunieations Intended to promote the private mlor Inleraateof Corporation, Docietiea, School or Individual, ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 May 1856

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVlJiS, EDITOR ANE PROPRIETOR. TrrmiM er. payable ta advance, or 3 at be ex-.H-atiooof the year. fj-1 ,a ipH aiacaatinaed antfl an arrearage are paid.esreptattheepileoef Ihe Pablbher. k'ur anuuunciog the nun f candidates oc S3, I'll ObiVnarr Katieetevar lllle,hrtl st On rfar attr-rtiaine: rates, . . all couiDiuni allci IntertoX to promote the prtTata 4 er taterents of OorporaUana, Societies, School or irJlTliloaia, will be charged M adverttaetaeati. FOR PRESIDENT, . niLLlBD riLLJIOBEt -. , or nit, , -.: FOR VICE PRESIDENT. ' AXDBGW J. DO.HEl.80JI.' -, or tumaan. Jh.Bprow m thi Ptits it Lassa, k. tnOS. A. R. NELSON, of WMhtafWB. JOUN B. BRIKN, of Pavidaon. DirmicT Klictob.' J Id DIM. RE ESC B. BftAlWON, of Hamilton. AllltS. FRIDAV. WAY P. I85Q. fcfT" Circuit Court meets nt Mndisnnville next Monday at Bunion, Polk county, Mon day following. t ' . Tennessee Western and .Charleston Railroad. The following gentlemen have been" elected Directors if the' Tennessee, Weole...

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. — 9 May 1856

THINGS IN KANSAS ASSASSINA T10N OF A SHERIFF. From the Kanto correspondent of the SL Louit Republican wa extract the following : Yesterday Gen. Whitfield and party cam dom-a to Lawrence, to oe In altenoance; i - pawing llirongh, but remaining only a few momenta. Rceder expect to prove that otn Jlissonrinna voU-d at tit first election, and Whitfield intend to prove that a great m .ny Yankee, from Mnaanchatta and elsewhere voted and returned, never to aee Knrnuia again. One la reminded bv theae things or the, ex- ' prewion lighting lb We'' with "nd th gam of "tit for tt; yon kill my dog, I kill roureat." It la all anelectloneeiingcard to be played aa a big trump in the gnma of making a Prcsidi-nl thial'all: auch ia one of the political elrokea of the Black Republicans. A Southerner hna been murdered cow ardly murdered. Lnat nitit,Smuel J. Jones, l" Virginia formerly, SherifTof Douglas conn, ty, was shot in the back., by some in grate. Mr. Jones lived here two year, and when Kansns was...

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. — 9 May 1856

CATUAllTIQ PILLS , OPERVTK uT their powertui liiniienc. on ujo . internal viscera to purify the hrootl snd stimu- Into .it into healthy action. Ilicy remove the obstruction of the tinncli, bowels, liver, and other j ' orcnn of the body, nd, by rrstivriiift their irregular , artlon to health, correct, wherever they exist, ucli dcrwiCTtnenU j re the fire! cause of disease. , An extensive innt ui n. ., j - j ' Phyicin, and Patient, has aliovm cure of dan- ' serous disease almost beyond belief, were they not iulwtaiitiat.-d by person of such exalted portion , and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Their eertitiratca are published in my American Almanac, whi-li I'ue Agent below named u pleated to furnish free to all innuirinsr. Annexed we (rive Direction for their use m the complaint which they have been found to cure. Fou Costiveskss. I'uke one or two rill, or inch quantity as to gently more She bowel:' Cos tiveness i frequently tlie sgirravatiiig came of P.i anA the mire ...

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. — 16 May 1856

f- BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, MAY 10, 185G. , VOL. VIII.-N0. 399. THK POUT It al1lihM vwp.tj FrMy ftt 99 jwr year VsvybU,n advftncs, or $, If payment to deled until ht rxpir.it Ion of th year. ArrtleiMftnl will be charged $1 per quare I 18 line, or Imi , for the Are t tneertlon, anil M oenti for ach eontlnnance. A liberal rlnltictloti nade to thneo who a4vcrile by the year. tVroni lending -Hirer-Naemente mutt mark the number of timet they deilro them Inierted, or they will be oentlnaed untU forbid and h tried accord) nrly.ajef for announcing the uainet of candidate! for otic a, fl. Obituary nottcea over 19 llnea, charged at the regular drertliing rate. All communion Horn Intended to promote the private nU or Interest of Corporation!, Societies, Schooli or Individual will he charged Aiadvertlnementa. Job Wrfetftiirhna PainjMeta,M1nutei,Ctreutarit. Cardi, BU k, llnndhilla, Ac, will be executed in good atyle, and on ri-nionuhle termi. All letten addreHied to the Proprietor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 May 1856

ATHENS POST. f. P. IVINS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Tarnil-K rear, parable la adraiH, ar as at lit atulralWm of lh year. ir No paper dUronllnuH anlll an amsrsrsl r tali, exe.pt at tha option of tha PuMWwf. For announcing ths names of oatttlidataa for otBcs 90, ash. Obituary Notices nn II llnes.eharneil at iht rarulsr OdvarlUtDK rata. Allon,munloatlaf)Slnna4 lo r-ramol Ins prlrata ansa or latarssta af Oorpnratlonf, Ptelatlea, Scaoall or uxllTMaala, will ba oharnl aa adrartliimntu. FOR PRESIDENT, MILLARD rHLnOBEi or KB TOM. FOR VIM PRESIDENT, AJIDBEW J. DOftELSON. or vaattaMaa. Rlbcotb ma raa Prtra T Labos. THO. A. K. NELSON, of Watbloftaa. JOHN I. HltS, of Davidson. Disrarrr F.i.tcroa. Id Dial. RltK.1l B. IIUAB.-ON, of llamlllofl. ATbUSNM, I'HIDAVi MAY 16, 1 8 SO. THEIR CAPITAL, Th Democratic vote In thai tlnl election of 1853, Wni Whig vote uon election, Presiden. 1,596,395 1,393,089 903,308 Uf Circuit Court fur 1'uik county com mence! Monday, 19th. Roans County. Henry Liggett was slee...

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. — 16 May 1856

A NORTHERN DEMOCRATIC VIEW Ths Black Rbpubucas PitoonAMNs for OF THE KANSAS DILL tiif. Prrbidehtiai Cobtkst. Tho Now President Piercu's lioino organ, tho New York Tribnno of the 1st Instant contain Ilompshlre Pntriut, like himself, construing letter from which wo extract I ho fullowliig the Knnsn. bill to be it measure In fnvor of programme fur the Presidential conteet: freedom, mines n orl of hiillelujili over the "Whatever limy bo the difference of opinion -results, I '-;-..".' fcesi qnntter sovereignity nnd lorvlgri immigra. al,.IMtl Fremont nlotie l llionaht of. I tlon nrp to accomplish In the promotion of have not yet met Willi nny one who proposes free soil. The Southern render mny lenrn, nnotlier Oii.-.didnlc. Thin prclercnee, to be from what It says, something uf Unit-sound '" ' f"!M !'g"'r "n oonsldenil ions . . . of availability. If the republican nomination Northern democratic sentiment' which sns- were equivalent to. nn elvellon, we should tains the Kansas bill. Wo copy ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 May 1856

CATHARTIC FILLS OFKRATB by their powerful .nfluenw. on tht intenml viscera to purify the Mnod nd atimu lftto it Into hmlthy iirtion. They remove th ohatractiona of the tomach, bowel Htct, and other organ of the body, and, by reatoriiiR their irregular action to health, correct, wherever they ex lit, such derangements a aro the flrnt eauffes of diaeaao. An extensive trial of their virtues, by rrofesftors, Physician, and Patients, has shown cures of dan fftmrat disease almost beyond belief, were thev not substantiated by persons of such exalted position md character as to lorom me suspiciini ui uhuuui. i'heir certificates are published in my American Almanac, which the Agents below named are pleased to furnish free to all inquiring. 1 Annexed we give Dirtrtiotu for their nse in the complaints which they have been found to cure. Fob Cohtivbniwk. Take one or two Pills, or anch quantity as to gentlv move the bowel. Cos r:renes is frequently the aggravating cause of i'.LK. and the cure of...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 May 1856

I BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1856. VOL. Vin.-NO. 400. TliHt"! "rrrl POST iipabii.hfrfewyrriday at 3r year . bm ir mfmani ia vn until " ' h - . ... , ... ... Alrerllme7,,, Pchrdl!,, aqoare r u MT. '.'' ,n"TJ"'""aJ"" J"! wiuTxiTwitw v Um year. rr"Pernidlnirder- ,.Wrnurau.i im V'Xi"' .h.d according. a4 for announcing the uame of candidate, for office, S, Onttaar? notice erer 11 line, charged at the regular SdrertUinf rate. - Alt eomraunlcatlona Intended to promote the prlrate ndi or Intere.t or Corporation,, Sncletlei, Schools or IrwUflHimli. will be charted aa adertlmMita. j b Work, irh m Pamphleu, Minutu, Clrenlare, Canle, BUnki, llnnclhuu, sc., wlu be executed la food Style, and on reasonable lerme. All letter addrewed to the Proprietor, poet paid, will ..mmIkUhiImI In W npomntlv attended to. Perenna at a dlntance eendlng ne the namei of four ehrent aubacrlliere, will he entitled to a (Ifth eopr (rratlt. No communication Inierted nnlea accompanied by the nam. of...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 May 1856

ATHENS POST. S. P. I VINS, EDITOR ASD fBOFUETOK. Term: tt a year, payable Is adfaac,ar t at a vrniraito af tbc vaar. fr Ma paixr diacaatius4 anlfl all arrtarsfea an paid, aacapt at lha apttoo at the PiMishcr. 'or aaaoaaciof Uu aaataa at candidates (or aSU 15, ah. OMtoary Xotleaa OTtr IS lines, char fed at tha rtt-jlar advancing rate. All esauaanlcatWca latcadrd ta proaaatc the print anai ar tolamu af Oarporatlaas, goetetiea, gcboalt of Indlvtdoaia, will ba chaffed aa adTertiaemrnta. fOK ruUIDE.NT, HILLAUD FILLnOllEt or Toaa. FOB TICB MUIDrXT, AXDUEW J, M5ELIOX, or jasaassss, Elsctom ma raa tts it Lamb. TltOS. A. R. NKLSOS, WuaUifMa. JOUJI a. HUKS, tt Darldsoa. DawaicT KLSeroa. . M Dial REE3E UKADSON, af HamDtaa. iTIIra, tBIPAl. WAY 88. 1 8 AO. , Courtt Laid Bill. The Bounty Land Dill passed at the present session of Congress, will bo found In our paper to day. (fij- Th article on the first page of the paper, headed the Inequality of Races,' should have been credited to the Nevr York...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 May 1856

THE AMENDED BOUNTY LAM) DILL. The two House of Cony rent having agreed upon the following bill amendatory of the bounty land acta, it now only require the signature of the President of the United State to become taw : AN ACT to amend the act In addition to . certain acta prnntinff bounty land to eer- tain officers and aoldir.s who have been nrrmrrd in the military service of the United State, approved March third, eigh teen hundred and htiy-live. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Unitea mates of Amer ica in C.,mrreit sttembled, Thai in all cues iLr. certificate or warrant for bounty land for any less quantity than one hundred and sixty acres shall huvs been issued to auy officer or soldier,' or to the widow or minor child or children or any ollieer or soldier, un- drr existing laws, the evidence upon which such certificate or warrant was issued shall be received to establish the service of such officer or soldier in the application of him aelr, or or In...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 May 1856

CATHARTIC PILLS OPERATE bjr tlicir powerful influence on the internal viaccra to purify the Mood and sUmo- bit it Into healthy action. lney remore tne obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other oreans of the body, and, by restoring their irregular action to health, correct, wherever they exist, tach derangements are the flrst cause, of disease. An extensive trial of their virtues, by I rofessors, Fhysicinns, and Patient., ha. shown cure, of dan werous diseases almost beyond belief, were they not Substantiated by persons of such exalted poutipn and character a. to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Their certificate are published in my American Almanac, which the Agent below named are pleased to furnish free to all inquiring. Annexed we give Direction for their use in the complaint which they have been found to cure. Fob Costivknrss. Take one or two Fill., or uch quantity as to gently move the bowels. Oos tiveness i. frequently the aggravating cause of Pilbs, and the cure of...

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