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

If ::"if m 10 BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1856. . vol. vm.-m in. TEH"" n POST la pobiuhrd mrr Friday at It per year 'saVeoU i or " P"X" H delayed until Ih. plr.lh.D h T'"-, . . ,., drer(lnrn,s U1 h charged II per square Ms lines, or less, for the Ant insertion, and &0 cents for eh continuance. A liberal deduction made to those waa adrertiar by the year. JcfPrrsoes sending adrer tiasmenta must mark the number of rime thry deiira them Inaertad, or they will be continued until forbid and thanted accordingly.. - for announcing the uauief of candidates for office , an, CVu. Obituary notlcet. ever 11 Unci, charged at the regular adrertliing ratea. All eommunleatlont Intended to promote the prlrate nda or Interests of Corporation!, Nocietlee, Bcboola or Individuals, will ba eharyed aa advertisements. Ja Work, aurh a Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Dianas, Handbills, c, will be executed In good atyle, and on reasonable terma. All letters addressed to the Prop...

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 August 1856

ATHENS POST. . P. ITIN8, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: tl a yew, payable la advene, or f 8 at be expiration of the ar. rjr" Ma paper discontinued anlD all arrears-es art pald.eiaept at lb option ol tht Publisher. For aanaacta- the namt ( candidate tor eSc IB, aah. Obituary Notices over IS line,charg4 at the regular axtrertiatn- rates. All coraisunicatieca Intended to promote the private ads or Interests of Corporation. Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged at advertisements. XMa. People' Tioltet. FOR PRESIDENT, MILtiRD FILIiIIOBEi or n rose FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ADKEW J. DO.tELSOIf, or nnassu. AMirleaa Eleetcral Ticked foil THS) STATS. . fErt.L 8. BROWN, of Davidson. UOUACS MATNARD, of Kuox. POS THI OISTSICTS. i lit District K. B. Tatios, of Carter. Id (d 4th ' 6th th Tlh Sth th 10th Mneae Warts, of Knott. Rsssa-B. KtAMuni, of Hamilton. W. P. Hicmmkw, of Coffee. Rosea- Htki, of Wilson. W. H. Wisanaa, of Bedford. C. 0. Caowa,of Giles. J. H. QcaaLam, of Montromery. Isaac R....

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. — 8 August 1856

MEETINGS IS NEW YORK. There have beenrecently trr-inendous Fill more and DoiieWnii meetinjr in Brooklyn, Troy, and other citiea in New York. The American watch-fires nro burning brightly all over the State, the people being more thor oughly aroused than they nave-been aince 1840. V find irTtha New York Express the fol lowing letter from Gen. F. K. Zollicoffer, who was InviUd to attend the tbeetinj in Brooklyu: WasntnoTON, July 19,1856. Pear Sir: I regret thnt enfeebled health Within the Inst few ditya, will scarcely ullow me to be present at the in is meeting of the frienda of Fillmore and Dunelaon, to be held in the city of Brooklyn, on the 24th inst ,: It would give me the greatest plensure to be able personally to greet the pa'riotic masses who will assemble n that occa-dnn, cad la assure them, on the spot, with whnt enthusiastic nrdor the people of Ternies-wo appreciate the lolly niilioiuil sentiment nnd public ncte of the glorious son of New York, whose Washington-like Administ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 8 August 1856

AYER'S PI Are cnriDR the Sick to an extent never before known of any Medicine. INVALIDS. READ AND JUDGE FOR IDDRSELYES. Jl'LES HAl'EL, F...., th wU knowa perfume, of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, wbuw cikmc products tra fcaind M almost enr toilet, nyi i l an nappy to say m your L'aTauaric Pills, that 1 bar (found Uwm bettor family median, eommoa use, lhaa injr other within niy know lei I re. Many uf my friend ban realized marked btiwtlu (rum than, and co in Id with aw ia believing tluu Ussy pu.mss .iiraurdinary virtue for driving out disease and curing (be akk. Tiny arc But uuly erTectual, but sal and pleasant to ba takan cjoaliliee which nun ataka Uiaui valued by lha public, whea they an known." The vwwraN Chanrl)or WAKDLAW write from Bal timore. I6ih April, 1854 : u j. J, o. Aran firt I have Ukan your Pill with mat benefit, for the harlmeneaa, languor, loss of appetiia, and Bilious headache, whirh ha of lata yean overtaken me in tba spring. A few dome of your Pills cured me. I li...

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 August 1856

m if m it'W tSf . ,.l - ' ""','' ( . BY SAM. P. IVINS. P i r. iT-'.'lr ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 15,' 1856. v ,VOL. VIII.-NO. 412;..' V I Tn( POST U psbllahes' evtry Friday at II pr year aarablala adraaea, or 11 pajmaa, m uciaaa sum IJrarliMMrllK affl b diarmd tt tr MIN ar IS IIbm, or leu, fnr thtBntlnaenioo, an Meant lor taea eaallnaanc.- m noerai iwtiicuob maqe to uioa bo wlTortiw ky IIm jrwr. t7Proo awiln t r. tlaaawet amat mark th dumber of timet Ihe.r deaira lknaerledlorthTmbentiiMMa' unU'.focMd as chrcd aceor.llnly..fl MnoMetnf th um of candidate for offle, S, CViaA. ... . I ttMtaary baUc a Tar 11 lint, charged st (he refnlsr adrtrtliin rale. All co-anranlMiioa Intended te promote th prlratt end or mtereataof Corporation, Pflewttot.Vchoolaor tadlviriaala, will b charted aa adrertiaemrnta. i InS VnrV. mrh oa Pamphleta.Mtnatea.Cireulara, Card, Blank, Hanrtbl'la, Ac, will executed ia geed Mwle, and on reaeanahle term. ,lllettera addressed to the Proprietor, pott paid, 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 August 1856

ATHENS POST. ft. P. I VIN8, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, e- ' Termst B3 t yoax, pejaiile la advaac, or 18 at a expiration of the T Ho paper diK-oniOiued nntu" tU arrearafea aro para, ezetpt at the epUon of th PoMleher. "tar aaneanciof Um dun ( candidate (or offlet 15, eeh. Obituary Notice- OTtr IS llaes,charf ed at th regular advertising rate. a AU oemianalcailone t 1 1 1 to promote the private ada or intoreeta of Corporation!, Societies, Bchoolt or Indirtdaala, will be) charged aa advertiaemeuta. 'ople'ti Tioltet. VOK PRESIDENT, niLLIRD FILLIdOnEt Of SBW TOM. JOB VICE PRESIDIST, ANDREW J. DONELSOTf, , Anaarlcaiat Elteuttl Tlkfc ' Pom THS STATS. SKILL 8. BROWN, of Davidson. HORACE MAYNARD, or Knox.. ' rot rns districts. lit District N. 0. Ttu, of Carter. M " Mnaa Warn, of Knox. Id 44 Han B. Kmeaos, of Hamilton. 4th " W. p. Hirataso, of Coffee. ' ith H Rosarr Hi-Ton, of Wilton. 6th W. H. Wniasea, of Bedford. 7th 0. 0. Caowa.of Ollea. 8th M i. M. Qoiel.ra, of Montgomery, tth M Iso R. Haweis...

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

PRICE OF LABOR MR. BUCHANAN'S RECORD TFIE PROOF ADDUCED. , , . from the Weil Tennessee Whig. May wa presume to ask of our Buchanan readers, that they will lend as, for few mo menta, their serious attention ? We ahall not deal in eubtle argumentation or indulge in party invective. It ia ahout rACrs-indispo-table, well authenticated facts which alike deneero Buchanan men and Fillmora men, Americana and Detnocrata that we wish to liar little -'friendly ehat" with the candid nd the well-meaning of alt parties. Tht frit of labor I Can any aulijeot be more worthy the deep end onbiassed consideration of (he great body of the people of Tennessee, when the record proves, as wa presently ahall show, that tlie Democratic candidate for the Presidency advocated the reduction of magett Thia ia question which comes home io the bosoms of the great mass of the peo pleto the "bona and sinew" of the land. Host of our readers have heard of the startling doctrine advocated by Mr. Buchanan in the Senate ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 15 August 1856

I 1 !8 I' ' r i;" t. !.: AYEIt'S Are cirin? the Sick 1 " exttil lerer be fere kiewi of ny Medicine. IKIiLIDS. READ AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. lltlM u'ilTVf f 1 tu. to.Il ft MWH IMfillr. of rflfc." I, r , I.U, .-, - -.. r -- a CheetBill Bites, Puilailelnhia, wlaavs ebuw f""1" an naind at lmnet every toilet, as) at u in aamiy n say at your Cwiunu Fin, IBM I fcav taiwd Uieai brtr family ujJ ", nun M, Ulan ni ul wi'hia niv knowledge Many aiy friend aav realised marked tenertl true the", la use with in believing that they .w eitremary virtue fur driving out fauui end curing th . 1 my Be M only effectual, but f and P'" " ''"- qualities wliirh niuel ie the, valued by Uw public, wmb Uiy are know." i The nnnMi ChuKilh WAUDLAVV writ lYoai Bl liuri. Itth is : ... i. J. r. Area 8ir: I bav take yuur WW with treat ktw, fcr Uw HwIwwum, buigm, in of piii, d UiIkhm bedach, which f lai wn overtaken m tu in apring. A fcw doe of ysair Pilla cured a. I ham Bawl your Cherry Pectoral many yaara I my lamily...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 August 1856

'I s I V ' , ;. ' t. V r Th 4 ( : . BY V Irl . Jf. 1 ju Ctk BE tOlY ) po'fithrA avary rrMay at a, per year Parable In euTejfr 14,11 narment Is delayed antll ft. 4 vnrtlai ttrata wm Iw charted 1 per ennare f Jsllnei, arte, rrlha Brit Iniertlon, nnd OoenU for Sseh eftnUnnsncer4e liberal rtfilnfftlon made to thoit Who ed-eMUe by uy year. xjafPeremia aetiittnic adver tleemenla mast mirk tha number of ttmea they desire thorn Inserted, -rlM!jr will be oonlinued antll forbid and Vtiarired aoordlnly.jFf Tm annoanelnfAha namaa ef candidates for effive, $ o, rk. 3 OMtnary notion orar II uaaa, enarsea i ne regular AinniictniTnotion Intended to nnmota tho nrlvats vndior Inlereels of Corporatlens, Soeletlee, flchoola ar Individuate, will ha eharfred aa advertisements. - Jeb Wek,e"ehMBeinnMete,Mlnntee, Circulars, tarda, MenVs. Itandbllla, so, will ka executed la gold Style, and oa reaaonahla terms. illl.tlen addreurd to the Proprietor, poet paid, will '.(m promptly attended to. ' . a Pereona at a...

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

1 ' V V.--,..; taaatpaa 11 aa aaaaa ana a , s ' k V IT V V ! D l Q rn I -tlnYOn. as save, sr t M t "' wwh sr U rsMMMr. mlmwiliil a Ie, ..r tllt,eoarfs s Un rsfalar llialis HsresaeteUM priests Oirsn rallies, Soetotfcpvfeooolsor - lUnjis as eAvwllassMaM. . opUa TlolsLaot. OR riMIDINT, TILLAaxB) riLLnRE, at tn Tout. 0t TfO MHIDKtfT, Blaurl Tick. .. ' Pot tut Wita. v i W lal PUtrlat K. O. Tlruw, of Cart, wojT " Mom Warn, af Knox. Cartar. mm . lum, of HultlM, W. r. HHKaom, of CoCae. aeaaajr Hum, of wnoe. W, H. Wmh. of Bedford. It T J ' y ft 0- Oam,of Sffot. uwwi, or ttffOS. Qoikus, f Hotilmmtrr. B, HAITKrsS, I Mill, Of fajott. r UarroB. "t I IS art Dane it S -drench KaoxvilU at 8.80. Night f Villa at 4.30 p , -r down, ImmKmiT ..ve at Daltoa nt; night passenge as, reach Knor ,1ea Palloa at .44p 4.au a m. . . .. Bjr thii art emerri, Dottrngert art aot delayed at r k bail abort lime, coming Barter West or Sooth.- The way mail art ..wtied en the day train. The letter mail Sotrfh, at Athena, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 22 August 1856

1 .. . . . , i f 4- r i j ...urn Y BDCflANAN IN fAVOR OF THE ABO V LITION OF SLAVERY IN THE D13- TRICT OK COLUMBIA. ' A 'correspondent of the Nw York Herald, ."wrltrne; from Lancaster, Pa., fnrniehe the ' following important extract from Nile' Regis, ten Vr which It appear thnt long ago 1SJ39, Mr. r i-hnnan wa a leading agitator, M sow ' (r the abolition of slavery in I lie .District t. 'aml'- ' s--. We aek ti.. ' t attention to .... " -arondt' ,mt Mrs. Grudy will sajr to 4 expos. C On the 10th dW January, 1829, Mr. Bu , ehanan in CongreneAoted the question be ing made a teatri proceed to the eonsidera tinn of the mostuiulrnireous abolition pmpn. sition ever voted Ip In Onngreaa one which - (howe him to hnvepeen n 'nigger worshipper" of tnnre enlarged proportion than even Hew. ard, Giddiiiira, Hiife, nr nnv of that ilk. By reference to NllrV Reiater vol. 1 1 p. 827, on will find that Mr. Minor moved the fol- owmc preamble and rveolutions, and that James Biiclinnan voted to proceed t...

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

a l V r aaaliaMnl of J lnaraki r kac ckildnoD 1 -'Vr. I'aaJor, I StrtW I 1'IOU VB-.1 I At 1 r V j a o itsuerteitsenr f ny MHIclie. ...JMEXmiODRSILVIS. .u. Eh., the will know perAuawr, IM, Fhll.dlphl., whoa. Skoic. prodlKW i keeny MNjrW your C.tnabvic niu, that 1 ad Hmr i setier family medicliie, A enmmoa aay MbK wtwuW My kamelede. MM? of my av rMltuwl Marked bencflla from them, and eo. M M katuning thai Uwy annul ellrenrdlnerf driving out 4l and cuHni iha akk. They - aatry efrarntal, kill mm ana plaaaanl to be taken whlrh mum auk Itw valued by la. public, T an known." a i ali la CkaMallnr WAHDLAW writes tnm BaV v a,IMk AH.MMI um, J. & Aran Mr, I km takan your nib) wtlk (seat kiaiSU th. H.llie.n.aa, rarrHnf, loa of epoettaa, aa. tHoua fcaadailw, which kaa of lata yaara overtake a aa tka ayfbu A fair doaae of ynai -til. earad ma. I aw. aard your Cfcarry Pacuwal many yaara la my family wewa mm eaiaa wnn anminaa eutcaaa, in mn SMdirl wia-awawek-arei awd I feel tea plaaaura tracniiim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 29 August 1856

A n :if Mi SAM. T. IVINS. ATHENS, TEfffl., FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1850. ' TOL. Tin NO414. ,. pour It pabltohe. every Fridays S pee year " "J, ta ad'ano.. or , If farmeM I delay umtil ' TVX.0Inh;..7r be chared 1 per ,.-. ar i i line., or for i 'n'0"- nd "" f" aeh oootlnanee. A llbwal dMoetloo aiwia to thoa. "ho adr.rU. by th year. tT Person. ndin .drer tlMmenU ina.t mark the n amber of time. , them inserted, or they will be oostlnaed until forbid and ' charfed aeeordlnfly.Sl For annoancinf th name of candidate, for orBee, 19, Ohltaary untie.. over 11 Ho... charged at the regular AlUomminVcMlon. Intended to promote the prlrate ' eadao. Intamt. of Corporation., Societies, School, or ' Individual., will be char-d a. ilertl-ment. li WrV. -" M Pamphleta, Minuter Clreular., Cards, Wank., Handbill., ., wiU b. eiecuted In good pVrrnP.',.t.u2c.'-..nd.n n. the name, of four WvJnTT erlber., will n, entitled to i No eommnnleallon ln.erted anleM accompanied by "Sir Saoi .. He.tre.t. .t .r t. th. old ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 29 August 1856

fAT'IIElVS : POST. I. r. IVINS, EDITOR ASD PROPRIETOR. Terms: ft year, payable la adranca, or (8 at fc expiration of tin year. Mo paper diicontlnoed antD til arrearages aro paid, eioept at the option of th Publisher, for annoaacinf thonauct at candidates tor office 3, h. Obituary !f otlcti over 11 lloes.chariel at tho refular adrertl.lug rate. All eoauaunicatieiM intended to promote the prirato ode or Intomu of Corporation e, Societies, School or ls4trMals,wiU b (Oar fed a adrertUenenu.' ' "Tlxo People' Tiols-ot. TOR PRESIDENT, 1SILLAKD rilLJIORE, , '"' or i VOeK. MI TICI PRESIDENT, llfDBEW J. DOJIEI-SOTft t or vmsBsu. intrlcta Elietoral Tliktk ' 0 TH SVATB. '" NKIXt . BROWH, of Deration. HORACE MAVNAKD, of Koom. ; .' t ..." - - , -. , to tns msTntcm lit Dtetrlct !. O. Tirvoa, of Carter. ' M " Moon Wmri, of Knox. M Rsaas B. BaiisoE.or Hamlltoa. 4th . W. P. Himwm, of Coffee. sth H RosssT Hatto, of Wllion. ' ; (th W. H. Wimm, rf Bedford. Tilt ." 0. 0. Caowa,of Giles. ' 8th " J. M. Qtr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 29 August 1856

I r iii . t NEWS. Ain York, Anguit 21. Robinson and oms ether prisoner have escaped. Shannon nd the citizens of Lecompton hare fled Shannon refused to call out troop. Nothing ia known of Smith's movements. A battle hat been fought near Assawat ' tome. The Abolitionist were repulsed with fourteen killed and sixteen wounded. Later. The town of Lecompton has been taken und destroyed. Aeio York, August 21 A Freshet on the banks of the Hudson hns caused great duui. ;. The piers st Albany are submerged. Al Poughkeepsie (he destruction of property is considerable. The total loss is 250,000. New York, August 33. Lecompton has ' not been taken. It Wns defended by thecili- - ken end troops. Several companies of vol ' m: leers marched there or. the 19lh inat. ' Tlicre was intense excitement along the bor. der of Missouri. , Washington, August 22. The Senate to. slay rejecbd the Kansas riders sent from the House, and passed thus, the "Army Appro. , priations bill," as in the regular session. On...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 29 August 1856

AYER'S IP ill I Are ciring tbt Sick to an cite at neTtr bf fore known of any medicine. INVALIDS, ESAD 1KB JUDGE FOR I0DBSELVE3. JUI.E8 HACEL, E.., tlx well know perfusaer, Cueatmit Street, Philadelphia, who shoic product ' are fcmnd at almoet every mi let, nyi ) , "I an lipiy lo aay of y" Ctmwio Pitis,Iai l navs mnd tiicm better family wiedicine, conimoa um, thaa aay other within my knowledge. Many say friends have realised marked benefit from Ibeni, and to. lurid with aw in beliovlng thai liny f""'""' virtual for drivtns out diaeaee and curing th Kk. 1 By an not only anetiaai, tail "" f- - qualiiiee which t.u make Ui.m valued by tna public, Ilea they ar known." Th veiktralde rhanr.ll.ir vVAKDLAW wrltaa front Baa- SKi. C A.Si.'w?.' F hav. ..k. vou, Mk with rot benefit, the Haileeeaeae, lansunr, fuse of appetite, Sud BilNiaUdacb.,whirb ha. of late yeere overtaken me ia th. aprii.g. A few doae. of your Pills cured m. I JL. wad your Cherry P-rnml many yeara ia my family ft rouaiia and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 September 1856

rr t i l- m v; , ' BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1850. VOL. VIIL-IW. 415. terms: THE POST li published every Friday at H per year arable in adrance, ar $8, it payment to delayed until tfee expiratioD of the year. Advertisemrnts will be charged f 1 per square f 11 line., or leu, for the Ant Inieriion, and SO cents for each oontinuanee. A liberal -ductlo made to IhoM he adrertlat by the year. HTPeraona tending adrer lliements mint mark the number of time they desire them tnterted, or they will be continued until forbid and Charged according. , , ...... . For announcing tho luuuea ol aandldatea for office, IB, Obtwary notice eve UUnet, charged at the regular kdrertislng ratea. ..... ... All communication! Intended to promote the prirate ' nd. or Intere.taof (Jbrporatloni, Societies, Behoolt or tndiridaale, will be charged at adertlement. Job Vork,anehM Pamphlets, Minutes, Clreolars, Card., Blank, Handbill., e., wtU be executed in good Style, and on reasonable ter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 September 1856

t ATHENS POST. . F. IVINS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Ttrnii ts year, payable In advance, or W at heexniraiion of the yr. Or No sper discontinued unM all arrearage are f aid, except at the option of the Publisher, for annooaciof the names of candidate! for offlce S9, aih. Obituary Notices orer 11 llnes,char'el at the regular advertising rate. All communications ratonde d to promote the private ends or IntorceU of Oorporattoni, Societies, Schools or Indirtdoals, will be charged M advertisement. Tlio raoplo'i TloUot. ioTpRESICENT, hlLLABD' FILLJIOBE, or saw tou. FOR TICE PRESIDEXT, ANDREW J. DO.-iEMOSft of turaui. . . Ainflei El.cur.l Ticket. roa TH STATS. NKTXL 8. BROWN, of Davidson. UORA08 HAYNARD, of Knox. Wt THE DISTRICT lit District NJ. O. f avlos, of Carter. 9,1 " Moaaa Whits, of Knoll, td u Rs B. BatMOI.of Hamilton. 4th " W. P. HiciitMon, of Coffee, th Roust IUttos, of Wileon. th M W. H. Wiscku, of Bedford, tth 0. 0. Caows.of Ollee. th J. M. Q0iLt, of Houtgomerr. tth " iHAto R. Htw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 September 1856

- AN APPEAL TO DEMOCRATS. W copy and earnestly enmmend to the patriotic consideration of the patriotic por tion of the Democracy of the South, the fol lowing atrong nppeol to their good sense, their love of country nd their dearest inter cits as Southern men. It is taken from nn article in a recent number of the Richmond Whig: Proof upon proof sceumulstes that the contest throughout the Northern Slates is exclusively and emphatically between Fill more and Fremont! Buchanan is hardly heard of in the rare his friends are deserting hitn everywhere the Freesoilish portion going over to Fremont and the eontervnlive portion going over to Fillmore. In view of this now eatublixhed nnd solemn fact, what is the first duty of Southern Democrats! Will they eonsent, under the aellish instructions and petty dictations of their party leaders snd maifagcrs, to throwing away their votes upon Buchnn an, when it is evident tlint ev ery vote given to the democratic nominee, is virtually given to Fremon...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 September 1856

AYER'S mi Are cnrins the Sick to an extent never before known of any Medicine. INVALIDS. BEAD 1KB J0EW5 FOIVTOURSEUES. JULES HAUEL, F.W., tha well known perfumer, ol Chestnut turret, rinladeliliia, whoa clwk products ra txind u sluiost vrv loilei, says i " I am happy w say your Cathabtio Pilu, that I kav fuuad these a better family medicine, mr comruoel aw, IKaa any ether wiihia my knnwledg. Many of say friends ban realised narked benefits frum them, and co hieUewilh me in believing lhal lliey pneweeeiliaonlinary virtue fc driving out diseases and curing Dm sick, i bey are not only effectual, but ante and pleasant to be taken aualiiiee which mast ansa them valued by Uw pubUe, whew they are known." The eenerable Chancellor WAKDLAW write from BaV limore. 151b April, 18M: n. l n. Am Sir i I have taken tout Pflla wltb ereat taHufit, lot the listleasaeas, languor, in of appetite, and Eilioua headache, whkli baa of lale yean overtaken me in the spring. A few dueee of your Pille cured in. ...

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