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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 November 1856

' . i' A ' -.K... ... V7.iv JL iBi. a-- a, . J ' V. 'J I hi I 1"' 'i; 1 v t j L- ; '""!"- JY. SAM. P. IVINS; ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY,' NOVEMBER .21, 1856, T0L:'IX-N0i426. tf. nivist THK PORT li publisher, ry Friday at $9 fr year 1 payable In art ranee, or $S, If payment Is delayed until he plratlon of the year. Advertinomnnta win he chirred $1 per iqnare t)f IS 11 nee, or leee, for the ft ret ineertton,and m cents for rh aontlnaantw. A liberal fled net I on made to those ho adrertlee by the year. fVPersoni svnrif njr arlrer temente mutt nurk Mitt number of time therdeelre hem Inserted, or they will h continued until forbid and . charged Mcordlnffly.) for anawunolnf the uauuei of candldatetfor offlea,$5, CaK. Obituary notleei orer 19 lines, charged at the regular . eft twin rntes. All oominunloations Intended to promote the prtrate ajoii or Interenle of Oorporatlons, 8ocleilet, Schools or Individual, will be chnrfteri as ad vert I dements. .fob Work such as Pamphlet, Mliimf,Clrcu1nrs. O...

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. — 21 November 1856

T o wsl a rsarv pfM Is- Knwn M M .B rtanef Uwrw, - f rarer WoMUMirft s irmtmi an &fcVtte4 9frvtte)fl 01 tnW dfcHtlffi . hi uimmIh Uhum il iu4Uui kt tttl tt, w, ,-OMIwrr llMlMtmr UIIM,lum4 MUn Nfolcf MWU MtSS. , AUMMiloUMtalMltM te BTOSMte the pHftH ea4e Iimmi tt Ovrportttaai, IxtotlM, Miw w ' hRMhIi, ib ke etnrgs as eevsrikjMMau. . .fcttN, rKlsvAYs NOT. tit ISM. em . TO DELINQUEN TS. 'All persona indebted U thie office moat " pay op by the 1st of January, 1857, or their MoaitU will be placed In the hand of a . eoilsellng officer. 'Lection It over now, and longer Indulgence can bo given. Don Tor sabseriptinfis, advertising and job work ' Utave eocomolated on oar books to th , amount of 95,000, which involves ths pro- fit of two or throa years' labor, and that la boot so ooeh aa wa ran conveniently aland. The truth is, every man who takes a paper Bhtto pay for It In advance, and if he cm. aot do that ha had better not take It at all. It ia tha trcdit eyatem that embarraaeea and wa...

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. — 21 November 1856

, 'r - f - - - - J J OJR TANKER COUNTRYMEN. -THKI II . ISMS, THEIR 0L0QIE3, AND TIIEIR ITK3. Tram in New Tort Esprus. That ttrtok of Yankee land, which am bra New England Northern Naw, York Northern Ohio Indiana, Illinois, and Michi gan It strong "Fremont" but Southern New York, New Jersey, .and Pennsylvania, with Southern Illinoia and Indiana, arc of a differ ent color, and bene It la, whilt Yankee land haa gone strong for Fremont, tha Southern State, and tha Southern parte of Northern States, hare gone atrong tha other way. That Yankee land, which, io the Says of old John Haneoek, John Adams and which, af terwarda, in the daye of tha Starya, ths Web stars, the Everettt, and the like held ao muoh away over this country, lias lost its power and hat, in fact, became but mure provincial a La Vandeo, Ao. In abort, it as aow no real hold, authority, nor power, in this Union. Why is this I The Yankees, once conservative onoe con atitutional once a etaid, steady people, are now the first ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 November 1856

F - .1 . :AYER'S PILLS, 1 I"" "" tttnrtlarlr inuwMfa1 rtmadf for h tftion, .tr.ui.Uic, Drvp-yT Rheumatism, Ictom, Orntt, Htimow.Tiprmtisnpwi, IrriUbility, Inftarama rtons Ilwlfirh, Piiut in th Hreat, Rid, Back, and Limb, icmnlr Complaint, ,e.,t Indeed nrj few am tho diiturft in which a.PurffatiT Medl - cim i nnt moiPi or less required, and much lick im and inifMndc t..l;li. be prevented, if a harm I lets taut ftnVrtn il Tnthnrtio were mur freely uted. 1 NrrfcmM ena feci ercll while a eoatire habit of body prevails ; bmidea it noon ffttnoraten errioua and ' eftm flutal iii:w5, which might have been aroidrd -hr thn UmMr and juditions tine of a good purgative. TM'i i aliKii true nf Cold, FevorUh symptom, and BnUi derangement., flu y all tend to become or produ the dup ce.ttrJ and formidable di tern per which load Lhe htotroft nil oyer the hind. Hence a reliable family physic fc of the ft pit importance to the putrii,) hii.lth, nnd this Pill has been perfected with connnirii-ttc kkill t...

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. — 27 November 1856

v - ' :'. 1; -V i 1) V li fliMfli,fc J..:.J r .. . - rl II 1 rn;..'.-. hf A' BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, ' TENN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27,', 1856: VOL. IX. NO. 428. . 41 ,v..,.- KMilVU T' ... , Vf .1 TERMS! THK POST li publliheJ ewj Frldajr t $2pr yer ff 6le In ftdrunct, or $8, If payment li deluded until cx plratton of th year, AdvertMeii-ii'tiln will In .'target) 91 per iquirt f li Unci, or leu, for the flrat tint rtion, and RO cents for ch tontlnunc. A llbornl jcjctlon made to tho Ira advertise br tlia year. C"Prioni tending adver Mmanti mint mark the number of times they desire hem Inserted, or they will be oontlaued until Forbid and Charged aceordtnffly.att Pr anaouQoltig Ui drum of candldatttfor offlcet$S, Obituary notices arer 12 line, charged at the regular Advertising rates. All communication Intended to promote the private n4atr Interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertisements. ' J 41s ivorksuchas Pamphlets, Minutes, Clrsiilars, Car...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 November 1856

f ATHENS POST. I. r. IVlNS,SDITOR ARB rROPRISTOR. Turaiit-SI rw, p7M la itniM, Rlil IWovplralieB of tho fw. IV Ho aaawr dunosuaaa sail aR iiruiiil are Sald.oaoopt at the option of the Pabttihor. -' For eaaoaaclnf " of eaadMaUo for sMoe S, Mb. . . OMtmr tllln osr II llats.easrfrt la rafalST advorllelni ratee. Allomunloatfonoltea4o' la proswu Uia art rata aade r latoreila at Oorperallsne, Reafcnlas, lebaol cr adlvldaale, will a saatfod aa advsfUsasMaM. . . ATHENS miBAY, NOT, , MM. . 'VO DELINQUENTS.' ' '" All persons indebted to this office mast pay up by th lt oflinaity, 1897, or thair necooat will bo placed in th handa of eolleclwjj officer. Circuit Court. Clronit Court will eon. vena Rt Athena on Monday, lha 8th. Po pit ao forlurfale m lo have wood-pile, will , do well to keep th data 1n mind. -. . 1 FORIST HtLL ACADEMY. TV'""I St t HIM A.A . "V,l. " - . man who had so . of It for year or tw lint ing concluded te retire. It is. presumed the Trustee will make arrangement to III . th...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 November 1856

A BAN FRANCISCO AUCTIONEER. The reporter of th San Frtneiioo Nw farniihts thl paper with th following re port of epeaob mad bj a California auc tioneer! "Ladies and gntlrnn, I now hate th honor of patting np a Una pocket handker chief, a yard wide, a yrd long, and almoet a yard thiek; one half cotton and t'other half cotton too; beautifully printed with etart and trip on one Rde, and th etripe and iter on t'other. - It wilt wipe the dutt from th eye o completely to b death to dema gogue, and make politic a bad a bueine printing paper It grat length, breadth, and thickness, together with ite dark color, will enable It to bid dirt, and ner need washing. Going at on dollar! seventy-five cents! fifty eentrf twenty-fire cental one bill Kobody want It I Oh I thank you, air I "Next, gentlemen for the ladiee won't he permitted tq bid on thi artlole ie a"re1, eimon pure, tempered highly polithed, keen dgd Sheffield rasorj bran pankin new; never opened before to (untight, moonlight, etarlight...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 November 1856

' 'a Vv"-erC ks 111 vwai A wniwvf nil Itilkmit dhrtnncs CoatitcmoBH, ltuti station, Jaundico, Drtxy, Kl'timatism, Fererm, v-A ,' Oottt, Httmora.NeTvoHmioaa, Irritiiliilitv, tnflamma- s i t.' tiona. llMilarhfl. Palm in the llruut. Sido. Hack V, . - kiMl Litnbe, Fomttle Ctnnpbintu, c.,c. Indrrd h tery lew ere the diao:ieoa iu which a riu-gatiro Alrdi eiiM W not mure or 1oh rouirt-d, nod much tick nee ajid ewUurinff iiuuht be urtvantcd if a hartn sees but etfoctiul Calhnrtic were more freely iimkI. 1 r Jfe peraon enn feel wrll fchile a coativo habit of body prevails ; beaidet it unm Knierntea serious and 4Vn fatal dinenaeii, whit-h miht have been avoided ' by the timely ad judicious use of n gmd pttrsntive. This is aUke true of Cold. Feverish aniptoma, and " BUinos derarmemonta. - They art tend to become of r prodejee the deep seated and formidnbte distempera (l which load the hearaea all over the land, ilcnee a reliable fitmily physio is of the first Important to r the public health, ...

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. — 5 December 1856

I ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAt DECEMBER 5, 1856. BY SAM. P. iVINS. VOL. IX.-NO. 428. ( U 1 . V post I publlihed erj frldiy t $2 per year abi In -wl-", or 8, If payment U delayed until fc. . piratloo of tlie year. VirHinen "HI ehar-ed tl pr iquar ..w Hat, or leu, for th Arat iniertion, nd Ml eent for mcJi eontiimanca. A liberal deduction made to tho whoadrortlM by the year. fJT Person tending alrer tlMnMoU mutt mark the imjnber of tlmei they detire Ihm iDurted, or they will be continued until forbid and aharfad accordingly.. . . . - for annoancinrth name! of eandldateirorofflce.lS, Obltoary notice aver It Unci, charged at tje regular tdrertlilng rate. All eomraunicationi Intended t promote the prlrat ador Intere-t of Corporation, gocletlei, Schools or tndlrlduali, will be charged ai adverti-ement. Jk Work, euch at Pamphlet!, Minutee, Cireulari, Card, Blank, HaodMII, Ac., will be executed in good tyle, and on reasonable term. All letter addreeeed to the Proprietor, poet paid, win be promptly ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 December 1856

ATHENS POST. 8. F. IVIN8, BDITOIl AND PROPRIETOR. l eritlK! 13 a feir, pajrabl In adiauca, or f 8 al lit xpirliin of the year. ir No pasrr du.'oniinueJ until ll arrearage! ar pa'S.elcept at the uplion of the PuulUhrr. tot announcing tlienauie of candidates for office 19, Obituary Sotlceiorer lSllnes, charged at the regular kdrertUiuf rate. Allcomuiunicatlonttiitended to promote the prlrate or Intarau of Corporation!, fticietlei, Schools cr diTidualt, will bo charged a! adrertliemeuta. ATllOSt, I lilUAV. MIX. S. 185. To Delinquent. All accounts tine tllU office for subscriptions, advertising and job work must bu settled by the 1st of January, 1857, or they will be placid in lite bands of collecting officer. ' ' JjP" Circuit Court meets 'next Monday, the 8th. Our friends who nijy be in atten dance and who are in arrears Willi llie ol fiee, will aave us no little truuble by calling and paying up. Uf" It would afford us a grent deal of pleasure to be able to answer the interrogn. torie ...

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. — 5 December 1856

REVOLUTION A k V M CN UE i! IMS CENCKS. A correspondent of tl its Petumliur Ex spreas, writing from fue.-.r l.eeto.n, Jeflctson county, Va." eend tiiat paper mi inter.-tiii? letter about revo'iitlunnry men and retinitis eencet, from which h-o uiAe the follwins extract: In the imm.li:iu vicinity of Hi' -pot f''i which I nddre yon theao f " ' ddapUatid and ..ti-" redencc, f " di.tingi.i.h.d n,j..r-m-ra U ol Hi. A.nu-.n Revolution. W'lli"' r" "f Me, and . half, lived -yd .-wry year, U. e the ainiiter hern of Monmouth; Horatio Gal. l""'r ol hMa "' 'UIU,!,,P'",1 i.' ....il.m i-:iinl)iiiLfTi: and A Ham Kli-iihcii, the early I'rii-nd id v i.i1niitoii. In this lit tie viiliili. on whom! golden Itift-hW 1 utii tr.'Z injr, under thu -ihndnwa of thu -real wumln here, remote from camp and the ll ishiti; world, llit-ao threu warriors ruaied out tlio remainder of Ihelr lives in iiiL'h'rinun repose; thfl awnrd ill mcillieali'ii c:ibbaruH, no more to be drawn. Here, if I iiiUt.i!r not, two of them ...

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. — 5 December 1856

-. I 5T f H ft 1 ; ! I- K 'I 1 Is. i . :i ! 1 M il! -i Mir 5 i - i- AYER'S PILLS, Ayr.w and inirtilarlv necesfiil remedy for the ure of ell Bilious diseases C'ostivenesa, Indi gestion. Jaumlice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fever, Oont, Huinor,Nerroiisi.c. Irritability, Inflamma tion Headache, Pains in the Breast, bide. Back, and Limb, Female Complaints, t.,t. Ind, Tory few are Die diseases in which a Purgative Medl cine h not more or less required, and much ick nes aad antferinn niii-ht be prevented, if a harm )ei but effectual Cathartic were more freely nsert. No perun can feel well while a costive habit of body prevail ; beside it aoon generate serious and often fatal diseases, which miht hiive been avoided bv the timely and judicious u of a good purgative. This i alike tme of Cold. Feverish ayinptoins, and UiIh.d. deronaement. They all tend to become or produce the deep seated and formidable distemper which load the hearse all over the land. Hence a reliable family tihvsic is of the firx...

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. — 12 December 1856

. - - - jj ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1850. VOL. 1X.-NO. 429. BY SAM. P. IV1KS. -u, POST ! published every rrM7m rr T" "visitor H.lf psjrroent Is delayed until V'V--ViT.!,.ih-o,."-l char-eatl per squar. A iln? TorT.'V" he r Insertion, and cent, for '1 1L -.!o.nr allheral -le-l-H-tlnn made to tho.e w2E .u nanr"; number .Muss. V,e. "nr r they will h. continued until forbid and u.,rtieeoerlJllns,eharged uhreutar im """. n,,ieth nrlvste All tni n'-nlcatinn-iniroiu.:.. . r--- , " .,..-, All ,. " wi.tl. Schools rndsnr Interest" "i i"" - . , . f .Slirldu.li will be cliarert as advertisements. I- V-r" ..rh ..l'm.hl.t.,MmuW..nr..ilr., nfd.?BUn?.' Handbills, Ac, will be executed In good Hint on ff utonnWe term. , ... MHltteri addressed to the Proprietor, poet p.ld, will '.hm icndlnir ns the n" ''"" . tn Kji ntltlct tn ft fifth copy rtis. I Holventsnbsi-rlhers. w l inserted unles. accompanied hy No communication r,l ,... - l rmomon ton Hotel. THE POST. on the 4il. in-t'i.t and r..ivd ...

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. — 12 December 1856

XSretH Brit-iin, of the6tli of June, 1854,tvhich Went into effective Oj'emiinn in 1865) put aa nd ro cuasea of irritation between) thi two toantrieM, by securing to the United State the right of fishery on the coast of the British North American provinces, with advantages equal to those enjoyed by British subjects, Besidca the signal benefits of this treaty to large class of our cititen engaged m a pur suit connected to no inconsiderable decree with our national prosperity and strength, it has had a fuvorable effect upon other Interests in the prevision it made for reciprocal free dom of trade between the United States sod the British provinces In America. The exports of domestic articles to those provinces during the last year amounted to more than 32 millions of dollars, exceeding Itosw of the preceding year by nearly seven Millions or Julian; and the imports therefrom, Bering the same period, amounted to more than twenty-one millions an increase of six oiillion upon those of the ...

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. — 12 December 1856

HOW TO PRESERVE WOMEN. We find the following iu the 1 jfo'urche (La.) Uuion but cau't tell whether it is original there, or not. No matter it i capital article, and thu author of it, whoever be may be, "deserve well of the Republic." How to Preserve Women. There is tooth Ing in the world that we thiuk so much or ae we do of women. Our mother is a woman wile, sisters, pretty coesiiis, are women; and the daubers will he if (Heaven spare them!) they live lng en-ugh. AndtheB there is a love of women in general which we do not deny A line, .pngiiifieen. apeclinen of the aex, full of life and health, a ripe red cheek, - and' flashing ). something that does one good to look at ns she illuminates the hum drum sidewalks, and every day htrreta. A North River Steamer under full headway, with color Hying is lather a pretty HiyliP rather stirring and inspiring; and we pull up our tired nng to see her pass and admire the well she cuts. Comparatively, however, the steamer sinks into insignificance...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 December 1856

ay Kirs PILLS, i m . i I vniruhrbr successful remedy for th . . ' .1 Hill m ?-Costivcmess, Irdi . .... .' mulirc. Drop, Khcumntism, Fever, ,iors, NiTvou-iici, Irritability, Infiamma ., ii .a.u':u', Pain, in the Krcasl, Side, Back, . ; u '.a., Fein ,1c Cuinpli-itits, c.,e. Indeed v.'i .- le.v re tiie.lie:ie in wliirh a Purgative Mcdi tiiii is nut mure tir loss required, and miicji nick mw and wll'rins niliflit be prevented, if a harm I .-i Imt oHe tii.d Cathartic were tntirc freely used. No person em feel well while a costive habit of body prova;ls ; besides it soon srsnerates serious and often fatij disease, which niiht have been avoided In f!i timely and judicium usenf a good purgative. This, i alike true of Cuius, Feverish symptoms, and llilimi dcramtements. ,They all tend to become or imdi.-r the deep orated and formidable distempers hich load the hearses all over the land. Hence a reliable fuuilv nlivsic is of the. first importance to the public health,' and thin Pill has been p...

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. — 19 December 1856

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TOT., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1856. vol: ix.-no. m fHt tOSt It publlili-l erery rrldny M 2per year fi)rbttiin aWane-or l IT p. 17 merit la dels Ted until tie ck pi ration of In year. AiUurlUem fitn will bt charped $1 per to, n are M 18 line, or lent, for tlie ftrat Iniertlon, and AO cent for inch continuance. A ..bvral riMuctlon marie to Ihnee Who euWertlae by the year. (1TPBrnn en.llnr urtver Uemento mttl mnrk thenninber of timet Ihcy rlealre Ihem .ftaerferl, or they will h continued until forbid and Charted accord! n el e. tor announcing- the nuinet of canrllrlatetfor office. IB. Oh(T!iry nottoei orcr IS It nee, charged at tho regular ldrcrtitilnir rntri. ' AH communication tntenr1f?rl to promote the private tnai or niereflTii or uorpnraiion, vnctetica, schools or lifMrMauli, will ht chareM mt advert .".ementfl. I-ftb Wnrkt'iinhni Parophleta, Minute. O.rett.arii. varait in an a, ..amimnpi, c, win oo executed in food tyle, and on reaannnWe termi. Alllenern an...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 December 1856

ATHENS POST. ft. F. IVINS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, Teirssset St a rar,.frele Id adranoe, or at S axplraUe of tho roar. No paper dtonontlnood ontll all arrearages are MM,eooet ai la option of Mm PabHsher. for MQOBelo lh naauo of eandldatee for ottea $0, aak. OolMarrNoUMioTor Ullnes.cherfeS alUitragular Mtvoritotnf rata. Alloeaima.nlcesleaetateTelea' to promote the frlraU a4s or Invtrmu of Corporations, societies, Schools of asllvMaale, will So charted aa advertisement. .YTIIEMB tBIDAT, Did 1. USB. . T DsLiisqutNTs. All account dn thii ofRet) for subscriptions, advertising and job ,ark mus) bs settled by thai tat of January, ,1M7, or they will ba placed In the haoda of .Aeollectisg officer. ICi" Circuit Cotlrl will meal at Decatur, 'Meigs Manly, ntxt Monday, IhsJJlst. ' Bans: East Tennessee. Ws burn that ths Bank of East Tennessee la redeem. .In g Ita issues pajnhls at Knnxvlllr; but not Ih laauoa of Iht Jonesboro' and Chattanoo g agencies. There are a hundred and one minora afloat In ...

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. — 19 December 1856

"STUCK UP FOLKS." "I don't llko thrrao people, 1 tiey nro no drendl'ul .luck up,',, win tlie remnrli we over henrd the oilier day. Whnt are ntuuk up puopli J llioujjlit we, nnd we Imvo bvuu luck ing about to see if wo could find nny. Do you sue tlmt ynting man over yondor, k'ntllng tip to the pout nt Hint liolol pluzzi, twirling a .hiiduw wnlUinjf ntick; now mid then coaxing the hnlr on hi uppur lip, nnd watching evory Indy that piumei, not that lie care, to eve thuin, but la anxious to know whether Miry unserve him, ho belong to (ho tuck up folk.. What Is the occasion! Well, he linppriin to have n r'kli lullicr, nnd vain mother, who have tinghl liiui that he, isn't common fulkii at all, nnd that poverty in al most the suite ns vulgarity nnd luennness, and so he line btcomo .tuck-up; he doesn't take pains to lenrti, fur he doesn't feel Hie need of knowing nny nun.-; he dares not Work) for' he was never required to, and he is so extensively stuek up that be Iwnn't the idea that lie w...

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. — 19 December 1856

AYER'S PILLS, 1 m and nimnilnrW tucccwful iwwdy lor the ft tiir M all imtou dimm Uottirvni Indt- Klion, Jaumlir, DrnpflY, RheunMttxm, Frr : it, Itamm, NcrcHitticM, Irritability, Infltunmtv j Hon, jiviuich, 1'Mik in the urmtt. Back, m4 limbs, Fomnle Ctnnplahil", Ae.,fte. Indeed very few am the dhtm.c in which a PnrffBth Modi rin not mora or I cm rrquircd, and much tick kfw and mtffiTiuit minht be prevented, if a harm Va Wnl Ift-nttial Cnthnrtlc wcra more freely vaed. Na paraon can feel well while a coatlva habit of lmf prrrnila ; btai(ha it won fftneratea terioua and ften fatal diaeitnrn. which might hare been avoided by the timely and judicious una of a good purgative. Thi la alike true of Cold, r'everlnh avmptotna, and liiunni deranaenienta. 1 hey ail tend to become or f roffioe the deep minted and formidable dis tempera itirvh load tlin heursea all over the land. Hence a rcU-wla f.tmily physic i of the flnt importance to the ;uW.c hu'nlth, tind thia Pill ltaa been perfected w.ta c...

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