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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 July 1856

J t , 0 ft P BY SAM. P.. IVINS.- ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1856. VOL. VIII.-NO. 406. . TFBtli! THC POST Is published erery Friday at II per year aef l advance, or SS, I' pajrmenl la delayed antU .be expiration of the year. AdrertleenMraita will be charged II per eqaare f IS Knee, or lees, for the Bret inwrtioa, aud SO eeata for each eootinuaDca. A liberal rtgdactioa made to thaee who adrertiee by the year. ffPtnoni Mnitlne adrer tleeoienta moat mark the number of timet they deeira them toeerted, or they will be continued until forbid and hareed accordingly, an for announcing the uames of candidate! for office, IS, OmA. OtitaarT aotleee orcr 11 lines, charged at tba regular advertising rate. All oommunleationi Intended to promote the private lads or Intereite of Corporatione, Societies, Schools or tadiriduale, will be charred aa adrertiiementa. J Work, such ai Pamphlets, Minutes, Circnlare, varas, wanes, nananius, Ac, will bo executed in good (tyle, and on reasonable terme. Alll...

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. — 4 July 1856

ATHENS- POST, 1. r. iriMS, EDITOR ASi PKOPBIETOB. Trrail- rnr, roM he ex pixaMoo of the year. tST No paper 4iseoatlne4 an ID all uran art Bi4,HCVt Ult optlOO Of the FaMllheT. For aaaeaaciof Um um of eaodlCaUs for oBc so, sh. Obituary Notices ever llllnes.ehariei at th regular adTertleinf rates. ' AUeoauaanlcatiaeelateaa'ed te promote the private ante or lalamu ( Corporations, Soeietiee, Bcbooie or looMTidaais, will k charted a advertleemente. Tliea. People' TioU.et, FOB PRESIDENT, DULLARD FILLJIOREi or n voas. FOB TICI PRESIDENT, ANDREW f. DOXELSOIft or rasasssa. Elect ral T I c k U rom TR STATS. FKTLL 8. BROWN, of Davlileoa. UOBACB MAYNARD, at Knox. rot THK DUTHICim, let DUtriet !. 0. Tivuw, of Carter. Moras Waira. of Knox. U 4th Bth ih 7th 8th nth tOth KaaaaB. Baiaaoa, of Hamilton. W. P. Hicataaox, of Coffee. Knaaar Hatiux, of Wileon. W. H. Wusevaa, of Bedford. C. 0. Ceowe.of Oiles. J. M. Qmatsa, of Moiitgomery. lst0 R. Htwama, of OarroU. Joaara B. Hout, of Fayette. ATHENS, FRIDAY...

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. — 4 July 1856

LATER FROM EUROPE. New York, Jane 27. Tin sti-amship Asia, Copt. Lott, has arrived with Liverpool date to Jane 14tli. There U eoneidorable excitement in rela tion to American rT.iirs, and much diver sion of opinion, with a gefieral inclination in Juror of peace. ' The ilerclmnU of Manchester and Liver, pool ere lulling peace circulars. Partner woe hung, but rondo no confession. England it greatly strengthening her fleet in her North American and West India stations, including immense nuiiibem of guu boats. ,, j l .i The newspaper are filled with the con- trWr"Salls had several interviews with Lord Clarendon. lard Palinerston and Clarendon say they are midee'ded " to whether Sir. Dallas will be dismissed or not. Lord John Russel, moved, on Monday, to know the definite intention of the govern, went, as the elate of the country demanded it. The Time any, for past offences, the En glish government should demand the recall of Mr. Dnllas. The steamship Fulton, en voyage for Ha vre, arrive...

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

8 . n jt . i tv we sjtxsjsa -k fjp rtfi 1 1 1 CATHARTIC PILLS OPERATE by their powerful influence on the Internal racer to purify the blood and stimu late it into healthy action. They remote the obstruction of the stomach, bowel, liver, end other organs of the body, end, by restoring their irregular action to health, correct, whererer they exist, such derangement at are the rt causes of disease. An eitenuve trial of their virtues, by Professors, Physicians, and Patient, has shown cures of dan weam diseases almost beyond belief, were they not substantiated by persons of such exalted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Their certificate are published in my American Almanac, which the Agente below named axe pleased to furnish free to all inquiring. - Annexed we give Virtetiont for their use in the eompjainte which they have been found to cure. Pon Costivembss. Take one or two Pills, or such quantity as to gently more the bowels. Cos tiTeneas ia frequently the ...

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 July 1856

i t. ' i. ' f. w u J A I, ' t , I. ' - '- ' rv ; i. BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1856.; "voLym.-No; w: M fil ll 1 ) ilCv, i r' Mf SX iT rf . . . - 'f m S A 1 . TTT?TTT7mmTm . i a a , . , , , TFTK PORT IflpubllMiefteYerjrrrMnyat $9 per yer pn ruble In ml ranee, or If payment U duUjed until h exittrntlon of m yenr. Al Vf)rtl4innntN will he ctmrirert $1 per inutire : f 19 lines, or lew, for the first Inarrt Inn, nrt AOaentn for ch con tin un nee. A llhernl jlHunilon nrnde to ttime itJinfldvertlwby ttieycAr. rV"Pentnrmnnilln(rm1vpr tflementfl mat rarlc the numtfer of time thrv desire them Inserted, or they wilt be continued until forbid and ahnrved McnrillnW.A4 For Announcing tlte iimnes of onndldfttes for office, $5, Cnh. t Obitnarv notices orer 19 lines 4 charged at the regular advertising rnte. All oommnnleatlon Intended to promnte the private nds or Interest of Corporations, Societies, Schools or tnUTldnls, will be charerri as Hdvertlscntents. Jssb VorU tvU ns Pm...

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

V' E - ' " r. , ATHENS POST. I. f. ITIHi.iDITOB AND MOrUIITOB. TtHI'MI a 7, TT " or BS St W ptrUoi at Mm roor. air Mo sapor HMMiMiiiii smaeratse an hnuawtaikiHMdiutlWalrilnlt, OMWHTNMtoMTrlllMi,krtttlktnUr ecvenlolof roios. Ill rlrill-n- '- tamUUll prints 04. or UMfMa of OorporatloM, toetoUos, lotooU er 'toaWlsissH.WIUBe SBal.SsaaeyHHsaisas. opla'B Tlolsx.et. to rMnNt, MILfcABB riLLrflllt so paw tow , rot net rtnrocirr, MMEW J. VONEUKMt B 1 t rl T If kb ro IM STAT. IRIU t. BROWN, St DkMM. ' HOBACI NATNABD, of Kaol. pot me Dun Ten, lit District rt. 0. Tinoa, f Csrter. M " NiwWim,fliu. Id - Inn B. Iim, or Hmlltapv 4th u W. p. Ilicisaeos, of Cofte. -J Stt w Rosnrr H.Tros, of Wilson. Stk W. H. m, or Bodror. . Tie, 0. 0. Cow,of Olios. Bth ' 4. M. Qoablss, of llontrasrrr. ' SUj, " Is.sC Hiwsiss, of OarroU. 10th Josses B. Noon, or r oiu. ATHENS, rillDAY.JVI.Tll. IB5B. &f- We an requested by the Tiusteee of Forest Hill Academy to atnla that there will ba a meeting of tha frienda of educ...

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

THAT DROP OP DEMOCRATIC BLOOD. W hava Jutt Men ru-publlshed, a latter Wrltlan by Mr. Buchannn in February, 1838, to tha editort of the Philadelphia Inqnler, in which he denies the story In relation to the ""drop of Democratic Wood," In the following omphalic Itingunge; "1 now pronounce tht stale dander to bt Utterly and absolutely false, no mailer from what source it may hate proceeded, or ihall proceed. I newr did, upon ntfy oecttsion, public or private, whether at the eoart house In Lancaster, or elsewhere, declare that, "if 1 knew I had a drop of Democratic blood in my veins, I would Irt it out," or any words to that erT. cU TAi'i ridicutout story is without ihadnw of foundation!" Thia la the first that we have evrr seen of this denial nr any authorised denial of the atory, to which we never aaslgned any liii- porlance: for his ultra federalism was abun. duntly established, upon the record, which Mr. D. could not deny. Whether, therefore, he over atten d these precise words or no...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 July 1856

!5 CATHARTIC PILLS OP FRITH by their powtrfol Influence on tn internal rbcen. to party the blood and tUrnta Into It Into tail..? Action. Thr ranovo- tho Obstructions of the tmnfteh, bowel fl, flvcr. And other orjrnns of the body, And, by rwtorin their irreffulAt Action to health, correct, whererer they exist, such derAngemente aa Are the first causes of d.Meaiw. An exteneiT trial of their virtues, by ProfMsor, Phyricinnt, end Patient, has ahown ctiret of dan gerous diaeaaea almoat beyond belief, were they not eubatantiaUd by peraona of euch einlted poaitio And character aa to forbid the suftpicion of untruth. Their eertiflcatea ere published in my Amerioan Almanac, which the Agent below named Are pleased to tarnish free to all inquiring. . Annexed we rtre Direction for their nae In the torn plain te which they have been found to cure. For CoertvBN a. Take one or two Fills, or - ouch quantity aa to gently move the bowel. Cos tirenesa I frequently the agKniTatins; cauae of Pi Lit. And...

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. — 18 July 1856

. - n yie-' t ivt - j it,.! t B ,; i I" i a,. ;,..-.. j BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1856. yoL..tvin-No..4Q3l;i -4 3 II 1 - " " i TKRMKI . Tn POUT If iraMlihect .very FrlilsT St t per Tear arM In Mtmim, or , If pirnunt il d.lsr until th. plrtton of thr .sr. ..... nillH ' l 1 P" "i" f II lln, or lets, for UM nut Insertion, snd SO iinu for 4n continuance. A lihornl nrdntllon mart, to thou h dv.rUw bjr th. jear. rrrtnoM tmnt r'" tlnmenl. mmt murk the number of limn th.T rtealrj Ih.m lnMrul,orth7Wlllbintlntte4 until forbid and .ltftrff.it aooorriinirlj-.Kr, -B for announcing th.nsmw t oandldat.ifor oro,0, Obliorjr nodes, ersr y llnti, charts'. t th. regular dv.rll.lng rate. An communication. InUndeil to promot. th. nrlvat. ndi or InUnaU of Onrnorstlons, Socl.UM, Schools or Individual!, will b. ehsrsed ft. advrllMmnt.. ,. Work, rath M Psmr.hl.ta, Minute., Circular., Card), niAnkc ll.ndhllli, Ac, will b. .McuUd In food .trie, nd on reiuion.lile term.. Allletlor. nddrM...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 July 1856

1 .... . ; ATHIjNS POST. a. . tfiM, mm amd Monuim. Tnrnl M a mt. mmM si Mim Rllll Ik xairftMM W UM fwi. ' ! HM UMUMM SMB SB - ml th. aakltalnr. Mm mm f sssrfMaMS Be H, OMlmi Watlssssvsr ltilss,rsnnl sttfw iijilrt 10 MWOW1, ro nci riMiDtirr, IT . MIILND, llttltiitl Tltkti . so ens statb, MTU, I. BSOWH, . DiTKm. BOBAOI MAVNABD, ml m so va ihbismjib. M sSetrlst-ff. . Tinna, of Csrtir. M " Mow Warts, f Iml M Ian . UiM, of HaariHsa. . p. hictimw, sr On. 8 J2 HaVTOS, Of WflWB. Wnams. r IrihtA. J. M. Qi"., ef MotitfawirT. SMe a. Mtwiivm, or uamu. Jussis B. Mosav, f V7tU. ATsBBNTB, rBIBAIi JUTllillM. Stoorholdee' Meetiso. Th AnniMl Meeting of th Stockholders Eut Tennessee and Oaorgla Railroad, WW Ukt plum l the Company'e office, Athens, on fb first Wed nesday of Septeasben R. C. Jacksox, 8tt?y. Office, AtFten, Inly 18. 185& Tha "Examination at Zioa Hill," tlx torn mnleattoa of "X," and several other papers, w are compelled to omit thia weak. Wheat. W are aorry to learn that tha wheat lo...

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. — 18 July 1856

" iw min-Mjim to. Kkoxtuu, July 14, 185. Tt tht Editor of the Pott ! Sine I wrote you last there haa been torn tir in the literary world of Kooxvllls. Vou have, doubtless, noticed the accounts in onr HMti ef tht Commencement exerolees of 'futTnnHM University. It wu gratifying So observe tht manifestations of an increased "ntsrsst in tht prosperity of this institution on tha part of our eltisene. Too long has it bees suffered to languish, in spite of tha rtiona of Us officers and to tha shame of the itlieos whose duty and whosa interest alike It le to encourage and sustain it. I am (fern palled to aay that thia deplorable etate of af faire fa due in a great measure to their indif- . ferenee, not to say hostility I Under the in fluence of the toew feeling whioh seems to have sprung up amongst us, and with the able superintendence and fostering eare of its pres ent worthy and efficient President, I am led to hope that thia noble institution noble and glorious In the timee of a Carrick,...

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. — 18 July 1856

CATHARTIC PILLS OPERATE by their powarftil tntlnmeo oa ths Internal rtscera to purify tho blood and itimti Into It Into healthy action. Thej rerowvt th obstructions of th stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, and, by reatorinc their irregular action to health, correct, wherever they exftt, awch dranitemento ae am the flrat eanaea of dlacas. An ex tend re trial of their virtues, by Professors, Physicians, and Patients, has shown euros of dan Remus diseases almost beyond belief, were they not substantiated by persons of such exalted position and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Their eertincates are published in my American Almanac, which the Agents below named art pleased to furnish free to all inquiring. Annexed we giro Direction for their nee In the complaints which they have been found to cure. For Coativinww. Take one or two Pills, or tnrh qnantity as to gentlr more the bowels. Cos tiTencss is frequently the aggravating caose of Pi lb, and the cure...

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 July 1856

r t f ? a BY SAM'. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1856. ' VOL. VIli.-NQ " W. i "0 IV Ik 1. Jm 1 - 'v fcioryf ; TnK POST li published every Friday M per year buyable In niTttncj, or AV, If pajrmcDt Is delayed until expiration of tlie f par. Adrirtlmcl will be eWjrprl 11 per fquare f 19 llnei, or lem,for theflrit tnnrrtlon, and W) cent for aeh oontlnuance. A liberal IjIMncllon made to those who advertise by the year. tflT"lrsona nendlnfr aiWer tltemente muot mark th number of timet they riet-lr them Inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and Charged accordingly. 0r For annouocins; the uamea of candidate! for olfto, $8, On. OMtnary notices orer 13 Hnei, charged attherefular drtrtUlne; rates. All communications Intended to promote the private ends or Interests of Corporations, Hocletles, School or Individuals, will he charjred at advertinemrnts. Job Work ih at Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed In good fttyle, and on reasnn...

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 July 1856

ATHENS POST; s. r. mas, Bnrroft and raorairroB. Trsse OS a rear, saawssa as aavta, HUM a MKMha af Ska Mf. Ha aaf.w euvamttsssMl Mtl aS llrmqn ere SM,eaa4atkeaa4loeef tha FaMlehar. MtnMt ifMfcm m 1tllm,ekrf4 l U motor AM MWtfttaAtoW fsttsaVMfast w$ VFOfAAs ttt tttl VaiftA aaaa ar Wmw af Oarpnrattane, Soetetlse, Mrti or USsrlSsaH, triU ks eharfaS as sSvartlaaaMnu. VIM 3eroils Tlolst.e.. ' '' ' , for PVWIDI.VT, .' I ' MILLAB riLLHIBGi I i -V -i H SB, BSW TOSS. ' vow yici ricsiDrrr, , ,- AXHCW a, Mt.lELSON. llieltiil Tlittl. inm.i t . brown, t imtMm. ' , BOeUOl BUTNAID, tl Knox. im th onmim. In Wirrtl . A. Tinna, ef Carter. M Mnaaa Warra. of Kne. U tk ate, Ttk St Mi 10th ' sonata B. Bataaos, of Hafvlltsa. W. P. Hrcseaaos. af Coa, Bosbst Rnm, af WUmmi. W. H. Wnmaa, af Bedford. 0. 0. Canwa.ef Ones. 9. st. Qoiai.aa, af MaBtgawary. In AO K. Htwaias, af OarrolL J.sare B. Moaar, af raretta. ATHCN.rRIDlT.JI'LY t. !. Pakllc MEwstklws;. Vesira. Wihiim H. fou and Haaacs Matvieb, eaa aalstee for E...

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 July 1856

i$t It t - - -r-tntn I - THE WAY IT WAS DONE AND THE WAY IT WAS TO BE DONE. The following wnn published by the Amrrlcnn Orgnn, nt Washington, four week go, nnd no contradiction of tt hni yet np. penred. V doubt whether nny plausible one will ever appear. We isk the people to glv It careful nltrntlon: Slidf.ll, Bki.moiit add Buchanah. John Slidell of bnuUnnn is known ne nno of the qi'ial unscrupulous nnd ndrolt political Intriiriinnto in the Union. He Is n nntivo of New York, nnd hfltli.it city for New Or emiM, very siiddttnlv, tinny year njjo. Es tablishing hlinai-lf in New Orleans, he in Induced into Unit city tho New York system of politick, nnd originated nnd contrived in 1844 the great I'hiaiieraiiie Fraud, by which Henrv Clny win to be deprived of the elee torial' vote of Ijouisillln, nnd thereby, ns it wn expected, of hie election to the Presi dency. - Angnnte Uuimont, me Austrian Jew, now representing thi country nt the Hngtte, is n nephew by inurringa, of Mr. S idell. He oh....

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 July 1856

l . ' J" ' layer's : Ira cirtair the Sick te as eiteit acrcr . . seffcre ksews f ny IHriiclae. -II MIDI READ AND JDDGI FOR T0URSKLVK8. JtTt.Cn flAirrU Kta.., th well knoim erfimef, of Chmamt Hrm. PMIadetpMa, whos choke pMtocai an fnwnd M alittms ff toHei, eaye ,' am hepvT tn say of your CaTNTte Film, that I have ftwitd ttwm a tot family medicine, for rommon 'at, then any Mhar wHhin my knowledge. Many of aiy Monde ha realteed marked heneftte from them, awl r ftneldewri.. meln believing thai iney nun sea eitmmiinsry virtues few driving out dlHoasee end curing the Mrh. They em not only effectwal, but sale pleeeanl to ba taken avalitlaa which mmt mane than valued by tha public, whan thay ara known." fha viaorahle Cht.nre.fcw WAHDLAW writaa frota BaJ Itinora, 1Mb April, l&Mi Da. J. C. Atib Wrt I he taken Tour Nib wha real toneSt, mr the llaHawmaaa laiigitor, mm of anneilie, nd Bilk headache, whirh haa of lata years overtaken me in the anrmc A w dnses of vtmr Pills cured nta. I (. nav...

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. — 1 August 1856

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1856. VOL. Vin.-NO. 410. TKII1II Tin POST la poblUhcd every Friday at 19 per year araM la adranoe. or $3, if payment U delayed antU 'aspiration of the year. A'rertiaomen wW b ehard 1 per iqaart id) iiiurt. or leas, for thellrat insertion, and SUcents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to thoae whs advertlar by the year. tVleraoni wndtna-adver-tiwnent mutt mark the number of tlmee they detir them In wr led, or they vill ba continued until forbid and shirred acordinirly.jBj4 for announcing the name of candidate! for office, B, CVwA. Obituary notice! orer IS Unci, charged at the regular drertteing ratea. All communications Intended to promote the prirat Smtsor Intereile of Corporation, Soctetlei, 8choola or Indlrlduala, will be charged aa advertisement. Job Vtrtuichat PamphleU, Mlnutee, Circular, Carrie, Blank, Handbills, Ac, will bo executed In good Style, and on reasonable term. All letter addreaaed to the Proprietor, poa...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 1 August 1856

ATHENS POST. I. P. IV1N8, EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. Termi'-K year, parable la advance, or IS at kt eipiration of the year. Jsfr No paper diacontlnued until ad arrearages are it, except at the option of the PublUher. Por aaaounciii; the oamet of candidate for office $5, h. Obituary Notice orer If line, charged st the regular dvertielii rate. All eonuaunicatlone Intended to promote the private or Inumta of Corporation!, gocietie, School or Individual, will be charged aa aUrerlUemcnu. Tlx Feople'c "Tiols-ot. POR PRESIDENT, , HILL1KD riLLHOBEi or n Toac POR TICK PRESIDENT, ANDREW J. DO.-IELSO, or TKJXKUI. AHiilean Electoral Ticket. FOR TUB STATS. NTITX B. T1R0WN, of Davidson. ' HORACE MAYNAKD, of Kaoz. POR THS DISTRICTS, lit Dlitrlct -N. Q. TtTUis, of Carter. -Id Moans Whit, of Knox, (d H Raasi B. HstMos.of Hamilton. 4th " W. P. llicinwo", of Coffee. 6lh " Robert lrroa, of Wllnon. th " W. H. Wisma, of Bedford. Tth 0. 0. Caowi.of Olle. tin " - i. M. QuiaLas, of Montgomery, tth " latio R. Ha...

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 August 1856

HONEST JOHN PATI3 DTOS BUCHANAN. On tbe iSd day of January. 1840, Ilia lion. Joh Davis, Senator from Massachusetts, re plied, in hi place, to the Hon. Jatne Buch nan, of Pennsylvania, on the subject ol lo magtt. The following extract! from Mr. Da vie speech, with the tul.joined tatitie from authentic sources, will prove to demonttra fiW that Jame Buchanan wa then under stood to advocate the reduction of wage to Tin cim rn pat, for laborer! and uiechan iel American mechanic! and laborer! will you for l'reaident of the Unite support a.tnan State who would degrade yon to a level with the pauper laborer! of Europel We dou't be lieve you will, alter reading the follonin passages from the Record. Mr. Davis laid: "The Senator from Pennsylvania eem to understand that reducing tlx circulation wi reduce the property and wage in the same ratio, ir it does, in what is our condition bettered; even if we recognize debtors to it, who would be ruined? He seems to believe (hat our relations in forei...

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 August 1856

IYER'S IhU Ire earing the Sick ( extent nertr before knows of any Medicine. INVALIDS. READ AND JDDGS FOR YOURSELVES. JU.M HAI'EL, Et., th w.l) known perfumer, ol Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, who cboie products re muml st minx every fcalet. eaya I I an happy lo say of your Ctha.ti Pills, Inal I hav tiuntf Uiem betun- tsniilr medicine, eommoa use, llua any other within my k sow led ga. Many of By friends have realised atarked bsnent trues Ibeni, and to Imtfi with dm ia believing that they possess eitrsordinsry virtues for driving out diseses and curing tha sick. Tbay am am only efTectusI, hut sass and pUasant to ba " eualiliea which must mat liitm valued by lb puMie, whoa they am known." The venerable Chancellor WAKDLAW writes from Bal timore. 15th April, 18M t Da. J. C Ana 8irt I ban Uk.n tout Pill, with great hen.Hl, fc tha li.llM.nan, uuguor, lose of apostiie, and Bilious headache, wbka baa of lata years overtakes! ana ia iba aprin. A few doaM of your PilU eurad aw. I have used y...

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