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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 October 1856

1 ( i !f t If I V rA. 4V;s?V r- MI? ft BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 185G. YOL. IX.-NO. 421. 1 j it TF.nms: ' cine P08T Is published eTery Friday at iper year nsrablc lo edranw, or Pi, it payment it delayed until i, expiration o the year. Arerllement will be charged 1 per square sfls lines, or less, for the first inaertlon, and Ml cenM for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. 1ST Persons sending adrer tlssmenta mutt mark the number of times they desire them tneertod, or they will be continued untilfbrbld and Charred accordingly.,) ' For announcing the uainei of candidates lor office, 5, "oaitujiry nottoes over 1 Unei.eharged ut the regular aderltslnt ratea. All communications Intended to promote the private endi or Intereetaof Corporallone, Societies, Schools or Udlriduala, will be charged a advertisements. J ob Work, such as Pamnhlete, Minutes, Circular!, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed la good ttjle, an...

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. — 17 October 1856

ATHENS POST. I. P. IVINB.EMTOK AND PROPRIETOR. Trm:-I3i year, payable In advance, or S8 at be expiration of the year. OT Ne paper discontinued until all arrearage! arc Pald.ei sent al the ootionof the Publi.Wr. For announcing the name of candidate! for oSce f 9, Bin. Obituary Notice! oyer IS lines, charged at the regular adrertlilng ralea. All comiauiiicalioni Intended to promote the print enei or intereete or Corporation!, Societies, School! or Individuate, will be charged ai advertisemente. Tlio People's Tioltet. FOR PRESIDENT, IIULAIID FILL.1IOBE, or to. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AXDHGW J. DOIHELSOW, or tmieuii. AmiiUai ElecKrat Ticket. FOR THK STATt SKILL 8. BROWN, of Davidson, 110RACE MAYNARD, of Knox. . FOR TUB DISTRICTS. 1M District N. O. Tiruia, of Carter. ttl l 4th 6th tth 7th ftlh tth 10th Moans Whit, of Knox. KiihiB. liaiasoH, of Hamilton, W. P. Hicerrsom, of Ciiffee. Hoenr Hittiii, of Wllnon. W. II. Wlseau, of Bedford. C. C. Canws.of Oilel. J. M. Quablbs, of Moiitffomery. Isaa...

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. — 17 October 1856

Skills?? AY KirS PILLS, Amiw and aineularlv snceesafiil rcmcdjr for tha ctire of all Hilton discuses L'ostivcness, Indi rection. Jaundice, Dropsy, Kheumatism, Fevers, Guilt, Humors, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflamma tions,, Headache, Taint in the Breast, Sido, Back, and Liinbt, Female Complaints, Are., . Indeed Terr few are the diseases in which a Pnrirative Medi cine U not more or le-ui required, and much aick neas and suU'crin mitfht b prevented, if a harm m but elfcctual Cathartic were more freely used. No person can feel well while a costive habit of body prevails ; beside it soon generates serious and often fatal diseases, which might haTebeen avoided bv the tinielv nud judicious uso of a good purgative. This is alike true of Colds, Feverish symptoms, and Bilious deraniremcnts. They all tend to become or produce the deep eU-d and 'formidable distemper which load the hearse all over the land. Hence a reliable family physic is of the tint importance to the public health, and th...

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. — 17 October 1856

1 rtt'.i tciac fiFRY RIEIX TO TIIK AMERICAN I1L.1UI D1JMOCRAuye Believine it to be the duty of eveiy good eitixen to throw whatever influence he may noises on the side of his country, when he U convinced that dangers threaten its exist, ence or its peac'. ' l,aVa eon-luded t" ad dress a few words of explanation to those particularly who were once uiy fellow Ue. mocrsts orTaruuinny Hall, as well as to the American Democracy jftneralb. I believe In Democracy. I l''J Democrat an American Democrat and thus stand in op position to that red republicanism which ha crossed the Atlantic only to mingle its deleter'"0 elements with the half foreign Md In 'IB" American Democracy of my na tive land. Having witnessed the hasty, careless and indiscriminate manufacture of roters out ol Europeans, and knotting by their clnnish and retained foreign Itubilx, cus tom', and principles, that they were still Eu ropeans, iu all respects, notwithstanding the unnatural process of naturalization; and knowing ...

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. — 24 October 1856

B Y SAM. P. IYINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 185G. VOL. 1L-NO. 422. ' TEUJISI .gaf it pablUhrd every Friday at fS pr , la adrance, or $3, If payment is delayed year until idrll,n, "Ul be ch1d II per aqua ml lallnei, or !, '' n Br,t lneertlon, and SO cent! for iech eootiiiiinee. A liberal deduction made to thoee fcho ad'ertlM by the year. PT'1"'' aendinn adrer. tliemenu ,,( mark the number of timet thry rieaire then lowrted, or they will b continued outll forbid and tharred aeeordiDKly.El for announcing the utunea of candidate! for office, $5, Vt. Obituary notlcea over It lines, charged at the regular 'adTertUin ratea. ... . All communication!! Intended to promote the prlrate nitior intereateof Corporation!, Snctetiee, School! or tndlTidoala, will be charred aa adrertlnementi. Job Wor k ""eh aa Pamphlela, Mlnute, Circular!, 1 Card!, Blanki, Handbill!, Ac., will be executed In good ttylr, and on reaaonable terma. All lettera addreiied to the Proprietor, pott paid , will fee p...

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. — 24 October 1856

ATHENS POST. 8. P, IVIXa.EOITOIS AND PROPRIETOR. TrriiKtt 'i rear, payable In advance, or S3 at he eiraUoo of Ihe ytar. fir No paper discontinued until all arrearages, are paiil.ezceptattheoptiuuof the Publisher. For annoanclbg the names of candidates for office $5, ih. Obituary Notices orer IS linei.chart-ed at the regular adrrrtiaint; rates. All communications Intended to promote the prirate ends or interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charg'-d as advertisements. Tlio rooplo's "Tiols-ot. roil I'llKjilbEST, ' niLLAiiD ulliioue, or r toes. FOR TICK PRESIDENT, ' AXDUEW J. 1)0EI.S0., I or rrsstssis. American Electoral Ticket. FOR TUB STATE. NEILL H. 1IHOWN, of Usvlilsnn. HORACE MAY.N'AKD, of Knox. FOR TUB DISTRICT. 1st District N. O. Taylor, of Carter. 8d " sIiwks Wnrrs. of Knox. 8d 4th 6th th Tth 8th Dth 10th Hkksr It. Usahhos, of Hamilton. W. P. Hlrm-usits, of Ci.flee. KoRritT 111X711.1, of Wilson. W. II. WisKsiB, of Bedford. C. 0. CRllWR,of (iileS. ...

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. — 24 October 1856

' Mtt.FILLMORE-SRESl'OXSKTo TUB ' Klffalo, S. Y., Oct. 1, 185G. .:!! FnwiRD Hates Sir! Your letter uf . i in.u ..ii nm.i tn hand il.iv before Ves- ....!.. infV.rmlnrr me tint ut a (.Mineral Con ventionof the Vliigi of the United States, held at Baltimore on me t un nun ioui oi uiu t.ast month, I was honored by thai conven tion by being chosen with one Voice ua their candidate for the Presidency. Whilst soma of my old Win; friend, whom I he always highly respected, mid whose patriotism I uni iiuwilling to doubt, ' Mm ouiiosed to jny i lection, mid lire eni'iiieJ, aouie on tlie one side mid some on the other, of political parties which are sowing the seeds ut alienation and distrust between tlill'i rent sections of our common country, find vni;ing sectionul warfare tending to Weaken, if not destroy the Union of these. SlateH, it is a source of inexpressible grutiliealion lo tne to receive the unaiiiiiinus nomination l the represcnlnlivti body of the national whigs of the United states...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 October 1856

e AYEIi'S PILLS, A hew and sininilarly tnccesafitl remedy for the cure of all Bilious disease Coativenest, IntU ccation. Jaundice, Dropsy, Itheumntism. Fever. - Uout, Humors, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflamma tions, Headache, Pains ill the llreast. Side, back, and Limbs, Fcinalo Complaints, &c,&e. Indeed very few arc thp disease ill which a Purgative Medi cine w not more or Irs required, and much aick neat and aiill'crino; niijht lie prevented, if a harm' lest but effectual Cathartic were more freely used. No person can feed well while a costive habit of body prevails ; beaidca it soon generate serioua and often fatal diseases, which illicit have been avoided Iit the timely and judicium ua of a good purgative. This in alike true of Cold, Feverish symptoms, and Bilious derangements. They all tend to become of produce the deep acatcd and formidable distempera which load the hearse nil over the land. Hence a reliable family physic is of the first importance to the public heal...

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. — 31 October 1856

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1856 VOL. 1X.-NO. 423;- TERRS! kini nT ll publitie4 mry Friday at M iwr rear ktar.bleio adance,or if payment U delayed until lilt 'rn-ratlon of ,he y"r- tdrerH-w""'"" ltl be charged II per innare tM line, or for the Orat insertion, and Mi conn for each cooorxMnce. A liberal rii-ituctlon mule to thoae who vlrertiM hjr the year, fimtnon aenilin'adYer, tiMoientfl mnat mnrk trie number of time- the- dealr then laaerted, or they wi be continued tntil forbid and charted aoeoriingiy.j For announcing tlie oaioei of eandldr.tei for office, 5 OMtoarj aatleet OTer 18 linei, charged attheregut adrerlitlni rates. All communications Intended to promote the prlrate tnda or Inlerei.i of Corporation, Boeietita, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as adrertl-ementa. Job Work such as Paonhlets.M'nutrs.Clrculars, Tarda, Blanks, llandMlls, Ac, will be executed in good ttjte, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post pai...

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. — 31 October 1856

ATHENS 'POST. 1. r. I VIN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Te)ret e payable la advance) or $S at fcattftrtUaa ml the ;ur. Fw M paper laceatiaa4 utO an arrears es arc M, esses at the eptioaaf the PaMUber. Fee aaaeaaclna the ubh ( eindld.ua lor . as. Hk. OMtmry Notices ever 11 llaes.charg e at thi regular AU nMalcaUm llUndfd te promote the print stseee'laiereeM of CerperoUMe, Societies, Scbeels BHnnuii, wui ee enargeu a adrcrtlMaMDU. Tl? Jta.es People' Tloliot, FOR PREKIDENT, HIULIBD riLLHtBEi Of BMW TOU. FOB TICB PBMIDKXT, AXDBEW J. DONELSONt or Teaaseeaa. Aaaorlesa tlienul Tlekol. rOR Tit STATS. KKILL . BROWN, of DarMsoa. UOKACC MAVNARD, of Kooz. ro tii districts. IM District N. 0. TiTLoa, of Carter. . 4 " Mosrs Warn, of Knox. M " RsinsB. Baeo, of Hamilton. 4th ' ' W. P. IlicKtesoa, of Cuffee. ttk rt . Roaaar Hinvs, of Wilson. h W. II. Wise.is, of Bedford. Ttk C. 0. Caowe, of Giles. Ita " J. M. QtuaLsa, of Moutgoaierjr. tth Isio R. llAwama, of Oarrolt. lOta " Joesra R. Mosbt, of Payette. ATH...

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. — 31 October 1856

THE BRAG GAME AUOUXD. A Democratic Mass Meetin;,' was held at Dayton, Ohio, about two weeks nS... and very Dc-mocrnlic paper in the South, almost, ha published a report of the meeting headed thua: 160.000 Patriot in Council!-A Democratic Free State Rally ' ' "rf'st A"e,m- blage inAmenca!-An Ohio 1 urnout ! Thi tt,.niine announcement h;is b.-cil a oureeor infinite merriment to those who bad ... opportunity of witnessing the ji.ll.enng. The Springfield Republican ll.u,takf the -,,iD" offllieroinaiitiot-.il-: An actual ei'U"1 "( tlie procession made it leal than 3500, and a fooling up of all who came in by lr"'" "ie ''-'X' w"l l'le delegation that eauu- oth.-rwi-te, make less than 8000. Apparently it wan a gathering of 0,000, to which for parly pr--jinlices add 6000, and we linve 15,000 ug mi outside, fair bragging number. Vet it was telegraphed over the country as a yiitln-rin of 100,000 of the "lion-hearted demta-racy" of Ohio, which la equal to the eutiru i'iercevotu of the State in...

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. — 31 October 1856

fl to AYEIl'S TILLS, A saw and sintrul.-trly successful remedy for the cure of all liiliutt" diseases Costiveness, Indi gestion, JuiiniUop, Dropsy, Klicuinntism, Fevers, limit, 1 (union. Xervntisjiics. Irritability, Inflamma tions, lie. i1:ilie, l'aiiii in tlio Ilrcast, Side, Back, and l.itohs, rViulc CuiiiiLiiutit, Sc., &c. Indeed very few arc the discuses iu which a Purgative Medi cine in n t more or less required, aud much tick ncss and sutlirinir nn;ht be prevented, if a harm less but cli'ectiial Cathartic vreio mire freely used. No person can feci well while a costive habit of bodv prevails ; besides it soon generates lerioua and often fatal disease, which might have been avoided bv the timely and judicious uso of a good purgative. This is alike true of Colds. Feverish svmptonis, and Dilioits dcratiacmeiits. They nil tend to become of produce the deep heated and formidable distemper which load the hearses all over the land. Hence a reliable family physic is of the first imp...

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. — 7 November 1856

v BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., . FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, -185G. m. 424. A tERMNI UK rOST It pobltuhl Try Vrldty tt 99 !"r 7r e&rabU In MlVfenot, or A, If psmeDt la defted wntU el plratloB of the yew. AArortlaementft will bo efir)M 1 mt iqnoro r 18 llni,or leii.for theflrtt Insertion, and ftOceritj for oeh oontlnunnoo. A littoral deduction made to ttioio ho odvtrttM by tho jromr. fSTPerfont KndlnirodTer . Nonu fnoit murk tho number of time they desire iem alerted, or they will bo continued nnttt forbid and barged aceordlntUf. Met . Vat announolng thenametof eanHdateiforofflot,96. Va. Obl4-y notlcei ovor 11 llne(tcharred atthertfalar ldTertltlng rates. All eoaiaunleatlonn Intended to promote tho private ndior Intoreatnof Oorporatloni, Boeletlet, flohoola or Indl rid Halt, will be charred as advertisement. Job Wrkf"uchi Famphlrti.Mlnutei, Circular, vardi, Blanke, Handbill, Ao., will bo executed In Rood Ityle, and on re aeon able termt. Alllctteri addretoed to the Proprietor! pMtpft...

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. — 7 November 1856

4 ATHENS St' I. r. IV1M, 1DIT0 A t-' Tsrmit-4 ptf) -at axplralto ml tht f &r I Na ppr dtawnt paid, axeapt at th aptlo Wat snaoaalt Wis M Hk. J Obituary ttatlMaovef Sdvertltln rates. 1 All 0timanloaUnalW ana's or Intarsate af Oory ladlvidaala, win bt Sharif. Al liens, rniDAv. Tut Presidential Elfxti Up lo tht hear of going lo press an Thursday evening, w hav not received returns enough to de. lermin the mull of Tuesday' election all Hi retnrna we have will be found on the next column, and they Jire fnesriible to II u. hniuvn.l With tlie present lights and shades before us, oar impression it Hint the old Sqontler Sovereign, with hie usual adroit- Bess, has turned up Jack and won the game. That, mind, is our Impression at this writing, I p. m., Thursday; but wo shall wait fur the next mail; due 88 minute alter 6 thia even- ing, U-fer raving tntiiety n this point. In regntd to Tennessee, we believe we are Waterlno'd. As fur a heard. Ilia democrats are gaining largely in Midil'e Tenn...

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. — 7 November 1856

THE DEVIL'S .FIRE. Tbera wm one a mart who took l little boy dram the poor bona. It wu not bemuse h pitied him, bnt beoaoea he wonted aoras one to ure him the trouble of ' gelling op tarljr on froity morning, and of going out Iter the paper Mucking hie hoes, and tun dry dlMgreeable thing. The child had bern bora and brought op In the poor-home, and ho waa, emphatically, poor In every sense of the word.. Hi Joint were . large, and hi tnueclea amall; hi face wai thin, hi eye hollow, hia ahouldera narrow, and there wa very little of him, any way, except the fesling, , of which hia muster waa entirely destitute. Thia man had neither wife nor child, of course or, he might have laid in fed to hi heart' content, and had somebody to awvnr nt, nnd poaaibly beat but at it wna, he exercised nil hia Venom on the bark and the linibs or this poor, unoffending child. If he lost a dollar in trade, thero wna poor Jemmy all ready to be kicked, nnd though lie waa hardly a large aa an ordinary foot bul...

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. — 7 November 1856

.ij i 1 AYER'S PILLS, AHiw and rinffuUrlr snmwMftil rrnnndjr for tha owe of ll BiliottM diwrniM CotivencM, Indl antion. Jmindicft, lropy, Rhmimatitm, Karon, Omit, Humor, NprrotinncM, Irritability, In flam m tkmn, Ilotylache, Fain In tha Hrnaat, Side, Back, and Limb, FnnnV Complaint, Ac, Ao. Indeed fw ara the diwKiaw in which a PurgaHre Medi . cine it not more or lex required, and much aick tie and mttfcrinjr might be prerrmted. If a harm Imm but effcftial Cnthiirtlg were more freely used. Me pernon run fool well while a costive habit of body prevails ; besides It aoon generates aeriotu and often fatal diaeaaea, which might hare been avoided by the timely and iudiciotia tine of a good pur-fratiTe. This te alike true of Cold, Feverish arntoma, and BHtana eWanarementa. They all tend to borome or produce the deep seated and formidable distempers which load the nearsea all over the land. Hence ft reliable family physic Is of the first importance to the public health, and this Pill has be...

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. — 14 November 1856

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1856. VOL. IX.-NO. 425. TEBIHII TH T-f" or OS. If Durment to delayed until c .It Unci, or leu, (or the Ant InierUoD, and M) emu (or eh TOnllini.no.. A liberal junction mad. to the a adrartlM by tha ytar. fPeraontaendlnnadTer mi.cdU a.aat mark the Dumber of time, they detlre kara Inurud, or thay will be eontimed until forbid and Charged accordingly. For aaaoaacinf the name of candidal, for offlce, SB, CoaA. Obituary a.tlcee over It llnei, charged at theregular adrtttlag rate. All coraraunioatione Intended to promote the prlvata ndi or Intereete of Corporation!, Societies, School, or Individual., will ba charged aa adrcrtlaement.. jofe Work, euch Pamphlet!, Minute., Circular., Card., Blank., Ilaodhllle, Ac, will b. executed in good .stria, and oa reaaonable terma. All letter, addreewd to the Proprietor, poet paid, will be promptly attended to. lTntmbaerib.ra, will ba .ntltlrd to a fifth copy gratia. No communication Interted unlwa ...

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 November 1856

ATHENS POST. a. p. iuns.kIAtok and ruoraiHOtt. TtriutS-lli Jsr, payaWa la advance, or 13 at a vnitmllon mt lh ytar. Na paper dx-onllnacd unto id arrasraf e art Skaid.sxcapi at tha upuoii af list Publisher. Foe aaaouaciuf Ui aasaes of cabdidatci for office S3, ub. Obituary Notices nrer llllai,chargta at tht regular advertising rataa. AUeo.aiasnlcatlocs Intended to preawte tha print aaaa or Utleresta of Corporations, Societlea, Schools or Bdieiduate, will be charged aa ad vert teamen ta. irilta IKIUAl. OV. 14, IS 56. Hf From an article in nnulher column, th rvder ill icrceiv that Janes Bith ANA it elected President, and JohnC. Breck tmttDor., Vice President, ofthe United Stales fur four year from and alter thu 4 1 It day of March next. To Delinquent- All 'persons indebted In lliia oIfi.-e are hereby notified to pay up without delay. , We have winked hard nil. Uinlilf r and tail lor nuthing luivu wauled ' our ssbsLnwe mi tile desert nir, nn.l find onr elf at tliucli.au ill' the contest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 November 1856

4 t. i i' Pvf ,1 4 aaa i -mniri ws Artificial Ick. l'r.f.ss.r .Meri..i;i, of wtulhif 'noh'riely, W travulliti;;, nd In. twit, tenal.tttr to llie New York Cmmcti'l Adverii. T, Iroiu tlia li.mU of l!iu (u alios."'. Ul'i", d .led llie 31l uiL V i;.v. til kviii!5 -xtrt.ct: "Thi-t i.riernn.in I h: Te l.e.-n hi?? ' examining iiitirliir.e m:J.' !'" ( r ,",K. lug inteUM void Ly nrli!i.-i..l nirH ' Oiu-I.i...., ft.r ImViMtftL-u -or.f l n l,..ir, brou-1,1 d..wn U..- n.. r,.,r ... the lher.."i.i Her lo the lin. -I' twenty fntrdnes tW.no which I"""1 II,.'.'e'' i.n 11..' mm'.'. I rul apple "" l'l 'cVl " the outside of "'" "la! I"'" "' w hirl. c.irri-Mt of rli-f W-m made lo pass U.roU"li ' I-".'"', .....I in n If lin.i.lt.H .1 Wiia iV'i.-ii. I ''". "'''" ,,:,H lw-" Vt-.ir i Ix-i.'i' t.ro.iL'l.t I" i' pre-ifit si tr J,f rl foU'i.r.llli a. It i' W"iii''f I.V eleunt. It lr.'eze will' r, f.-niiiin.' Mock, of ire tw.lve inchi-u liy ix lliit b. ill!.' llie 'iZi' of tl.a nu-l.-il w.U in which tlio reir?...

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. — 14 November 1856

AVAR'S PTTXS. Jl .AV w 1 J Anew Mid eingularly enceewsful remedy for the cure of all Bilious diseases Costiveness, Indi- Sestion, Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fevers, out, Hiimor,Jlrrvoune. ImUbilitv, InflamniA tioni, Headache, Pains in the Breast, Side. Back, and Limb, Female CompUunta, e.,c Indeed very few are the diseases in which a PurnaUre Medi cine ia not more or less required, and much eick ; new and itiffcriin might be prevented, if a harm j lets ut effectual Cathartic were more freely rued. No person can feel well while a eoative habit of , body prevails ; betide it toon generate aenous and often fatal diseases, which might hive been svoided hv the timely and judicion ue of a good purgative. Thi i alike true of Colds, Feverith svmptoras, and Bilious derangements. They all tend to become oc produce the deep tested and formidable distempers which load the heartet all over the land. Hence a reliable family phrtic it of the first importance to the public health,' and thia Pill...

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