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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 December 1857

4 . t s ' I 4 riMNnMrMftnAMt-Mr'' fvmtii - . r--aww-, ,or-wesr 1 -.If .- BY SAM. P. TOTS.. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY DECEMBER 11, 1857: ! 'V ' T BMW St TBI FONT II PUBLISHED BVERT FRIDAY, AT XW DOLIiARI PER TEABi ..... FATABLK IN ADVAh'CK. . n. AdrrtUmnl will ohtripd $1 per qaftit fcfl9 lines, or leu, for theflrit insertion, and BOflentt for Mh eontlnutno.' A Hbertl rlMuctlon mtde to thoie Who KdrtrtlM by the year. (VPereone eniHn(rdTer Mm menU mull mark the number of timet therdeeirt them tneerted, or they will he continued until forbid nd hftrfed eocordtnfly.E) tvt ftnaoHnoIng the nmei ef Mndtdteeforoffloe,Bt Co. Oh(dKrynMlneaeTerlt1lne,charged attherefaler tdrerttttnR retee. AHooiamunieetlonilntendedto promote the private fjnrltor Interente of OorpdrMlonfl, ftfcetlee,8cboolior IndtTldiiAle, will be charted ae advert leemente. Jk Work each ae ParapMeti,Mlnuti,Olrevlar, Carde, Rtanke, Kandbllli, 4c., will be executed la good Urle, and on reasonable term. . All lefeten addretied to the ...

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. — 11 December 1857

ATHENS POST. a. p. mm,iDtrot and riorum. r- rjsnsl SI , aajraste hi iMm, llh rew Sleoaartaaa anM ll arraaraf art tM. MK M Ik Imi f UN) rkUlMr. AwHHtaf aa af eaaalAala tor Bs, Oesll. - Oettaarv Hufaw avar It uase.eaargsa' at Mm rafter SSrerMelM rosea. a 4 r luafsal af Oarvaretleae. Crtellee. U4laHaill, 1Uaaaar eeilleeMl. ATMKNS, ralBAT, BSC 1 1. IBBT. ' Osoartiatior or CoRORE. CoDgr argBiad M lh 71b. ' II th SmiI, th ; He. Benj,' Fitxpalriek, f Alabama, waa 4tsrac! PiaaWtnV pr tbt Hoes, ths Hm. Juin U Orr, of Sooth Carolina, Iras sleeted Speaker, the Hon. Jamee C. Al ia, af Illinois, Clark; and Mr. Clo.key, of Csargia, Poal DMator. ' . 'i Tha volt fr Speaker waa aa follow: Om '138; Grow, 14; scattering, 13331 member present, ' Stephana and Danka eond acted Mr. Orr to the ahair, and tha aath waa edminis tared by . Mr. Giddings. Mr. Orr made a poMh, and tha Hoaaeadjearned." ', Lima rom CAUroRnu. Wa publiah oa tha ontside of tbi week'a paper, a letter written by VV. C. Jores, from "Volc...

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. — 11 December 1857

. v " For th Port. - EAST TENNESSEE IR01S". r jT J k Loddok, Do. 6, 1887 . k Mr. Jlditor :Th pnblia r generally ware at the time London (prang into xlet no, there wu Company formod, and put into operation a Rolling Mill for th menu - faalur of Iron, whieh ran for a ihort time demonstrating the hot of the utility end practicability of th enUrpri, by making an artiol of Iron inferior to non Introduaad Into th eountry, aad pronoonstd by smiths, who triad It on their anvil, as being tnptrior to any tstd by thorn, for toughnou, st. Th Compasjy suspended, owing to thoir having n Inoompotont agent and mechanio to ar rang their machinery and the bueineee: and alio an injudiciou arrangement of it fiioal affaire, negleoting to push forward th aale of Iran In order to meet supply and enable th basin to tnatain itaelf. ' , But th apirit of th time hare ohangtd. To Mill, now under th anepieei of Messr. Jon, Phillip' V Co of Portamooth, Ohio, ha been suoo.stfully put Into operation, af ter a thor...

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. — 11 December 1857

rifcLECTRIC OILY." npm 0H IM atf m veaaedv ta tbe werM for M. sb.e.re.f Kheumatlam; Deafness, Hout, Neural ta. l,wbM'. ". H"1 nt itre-sMal raos4.lnls Tie Deloreaa, Headache, Uramps, Crnap, Mee. Felona, i ill -.rS Brnis.a, Oat and WaiMta,allvtl Olaade, Wt JaUM, teraealsa Krvelpetoa, Vara MlaplM, Swelled rsa-rt, Woes. I M a Owe, kail Kh.um, Oanbtr In tha WW., and Stomaeh, Patpttaitnii, Eruptions, Csbed Mat, ajerlnsv, tor. Ttrraat, ralsf, He-arlsv, Ole.ee, ljak Jaw, Heart Aura, TaaUi aad Mar-uka, Kerveiae. neea, Oostlv.Ojers, Boras, Sore (lens of teetlitn, iotsnle, nesBorrhaf., abscess, miff rteo).S7 Broken Breast, Clill Mesa., Tauer, Ssrinertea, Prearea real, revar and Aane, a)haaa4 ttaarfs, ar ana Diseases that are sore a pala tial, u the enlr artless era brought kefara Use pmlle thai aiU da Ita work perfectly In from Ihrea to twenty ralaulee Iim aaen need by tnoaaande and aranonfieetl ta be tha beet reaiedy aver discovered. Tea. Oil acta an tha eyaletn wllk electrlollv It tl para vm...

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 December 1857

, f "- v -'V V 3 TltlSY'1 SAM. P. TVTNS ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1857. VOL. X.-INO. 482. . V.'-' ' - O . '.- . " s . . f 1 i TGRITfRt THB POST 18 PUBLISH RD EVERT FRIDAV, AT TWO DOLLA1IS PER YEAR, PA YABI.S W Afi VAN CIS, AdrnrtUmont will h charged 91 nr tqtit.M hnt Una, or lei, for th ftrtl InMrtton. nd ftOcenli for tench continuant. A liberal rfMuetton marie to thoie ho irfrtrtlM hy the year. t-Vr"PrrinM. iendlnf rtv-Mr. tlMmenti matt mark th number of timet iht-y deelr them tnrttl(orthey Willi continued antll forbid and bhtrged ecordlngljf,jgf a Kor annonnolng the naraei of cahdidaleiorofflc,.JB, Ohiiuary notloeioTTsrltllnei.ohered atthertgnUr tdrertltlng rate), Alloommuniaattonelntendedto promote the prlratt lndi or Intefeettof Oorpomtlone, Societies, School! or IndlvtdHelt, will be charged ne Hdvertleemente. .ft Ate VerkBuehMPe,mpMeti,lilnutei,OironUrt Cerdi.BUnki, IUndbnityAoM will be executed In good ttyle.nnd on ri anon able terme. AlllettertftddreeeedtoUieProprle...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 December 1857

iV-;. - . - . .. - , . tv'v r I 1 ' fl ; . ' ' per circulation by increasing tha denomina tion of bonk notes, flrel to twenty, and after ward to fifty (rnllara; if they will require that the bank shall at all lime keep, on hand t least one dollar of gold and ailvor for every three dollars of their circulation and depos itee; and If they will provide by a aelf-exe-eating enactment, which nothing ean arrest, that Uia runmertt they suspend thty ahall go into liquidation, I believe that such provis Inns, with a weakly publication by each bunk f a etataoient of Ita condition, would go fur to secure ua against future suspensions of paaie payment. Congress, in my opinion, pnaaeaa the pow er to paaa a uniform bankrupt law applicable to all banking Institution throughout the United States, and I strongly recommend ita exercise. This would make it the irreversi ble orgsnk) law of each bank'a existence that a auapeaaion of apecie payment ahull produce ilk civil death. The inatinct of self-pres...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 December 1857

n mall tiptnditara to keep thru in eommi tion. In time of peace they will pro a ef fect I e h naeh laroer Teasels, ana often more useful. One of them ehould be at every eta tion where we maintain a squadron, and three or four should be constantly employed on onr - Atlantio and Paoifio coasts, Koonomy, utili ty, and efficiency combine to recommend them ae almost Indispensable. Ten of theie email Vessels would be of incatoulable advantage to the naval ferries, and the whole oost of their eonatrnotion would not exceed two mil lion three hundred thousand dollars, or $280,. 000 each, 0 . The repoft of the Seoretary of the Interior ie worthy ol grave consideration. It trente of the numerous, important, and diversified branches of domestio administration entrust d to him by law. Among these- the moat prominent are the publio lande and our rela tione with the Indiane. Our eyetem for the disposal of the publio lande, originating with the fathers of the lie pnblie, hue been improved ae experi...

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 December 1857

7" i ' ' ' ml 1V ' .TSf v - . - - ' C '- .- v . . v. ' ' '!.,., . .01' - rod M batl ,f CukJ 1! fllB WOM-D JO It AJX , , - eno. Ct. 01 Gs.ru'. ' ::lgctri oil f -- oil Is tka nlv nn rrmcdf In th. world r ., t. el Rheumatism, tlea'tiees, Oonl, Nciiral- , lm.-w. Sciatica, Rnlnal nd Iro.iehlnloomplstnts Vie "oier.ua. Ilr4icli, Ortnp, Oroup, I'llm, Vcloiii, tiralptid Intlvt, Ottls iiml Woiina, ell4 UlUirtt, in Matt, funhla, jlpolM, Sr Nllle llcl rt-4, om IHMKilart, ooll Klviim, Ounker In till MM v attiMoll, ISIplulKa, Knptloot, Oak4 V Mr Tdmh PaloT. fUurlij, IJIcin, ' L . i.mH Bgrn, Tnotk wi lr-ach. Nvrrout ti uMinn, Bonn, Hera Uimu f IMtMnf lCnu, Krrrun. AhwtM.BIIf Nncka, Brokn llrnt, Cbll hWHM, TrlM, akln(n, rnM4 fxt, rr nd (DwypMl ll(kt,r r DIMUal UiM r Mra or plu fM, k lb I7 KrUd iw branirht baton Iha pnblla Mat wdt da In arark pcrrctlT In tram Uirea to twantr MnnlM baa bean uard bjr thauaanda 4 prouauuced la ba tka beat riady ar dltaorarad. . TblaOHaaU an tbaayatam wHhalectrlclty lao...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 December 1857

s , f : i s.l -- BY SAM. P. IVLN'S. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25,1857. VOL. 1-SO4B3; TKHMS! THE POFT IB PLULISHED EVERT FRIDAY, AT TWO POI.LAIM PER YEAH, PATABLB IN AD YANCK. . Adrerttaomenta will be charged tl per square fl tfnee.or less, for theflrst Insertion, and ftueenta for tech eoptinaance. A liberal deduction made to thoaa who advertise bjr the year. IT-Persons sendlnneci r tlaements rorst mark the number of time they desire them lanerted.or they will he continued until forbid and charged accordlnjly.J Por announcing the unmet of eandidatetforofflce,Si Co-. Obituary notloesorsr Ulines, charged attherefular ad rertUing rates. All aommunicatlonslntendedto promote the private 0'l or interests of Corporations, Societies, Schoolsor tudlTtdilals, will be charged as advertisements. , Jea Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in good atyle, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid ,will to...

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 December 1857

ATHENS POST. I.r. IVIN8, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Term I a W payable In advance. No paper discontinued nntil all arrearage are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. JtRooancinf. Dams of eandidatee for olflce S3, Cafh. Obituary Notice ever 11 line, charged at the regular drertlaing rate. All eomaiinicatieni intended to promote the private nd r intereat of Corporation, Societic, School or ludlriduai, will be charged a advertisement. , ATHENS, FHIDAY, DEC. 86, 1857. SusrEnsiOH. In order to give the hands in the office "holiday,'' no paper will be issued next week. The Post is now iu the tenth year of iU existence, and in all that time we have never missed an issue, or failed to get , the paper out at the proper hour. Two of the workmen in the office have been with us from the beginning sticking to the machine in adversity and prosperity, through alcrm and sunshine and if they are not entitled to a "holiday," who is! For oersetf, who do not need rest and never grow weary, in well d...

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 December 1857

THE PROGRESS OP THE WAR. Forney has got hit back up. On Friday, bit paper, f Press, pssrz & broadside of a eo!uma aod a half lulu tha Administration organ at Washington, denouncing ilt "inso lent and dictatorial articles, ita ceosurea of tha aupportera of Walker, aod ita attempt tha italica art Foroey'a own to commit the Democratic party to the Silliman letter doc trine of introducing ilaoery into all the Jree States, aod of holding it titers iD"'defianc of Stata lawa." Forney pronounce the Union'a argument in aupportof the Kanaaa Conatitu (iooal Cooveutio'i "a oiiseraula apology for a great moral fraud," and concludea its declare, lion of independence with tiie following, which aoiinds something like a declaration of war: Our able eolemporariea have not forgot ten that after Governor Walker had exposed tha eriuiinal frauds in Oxford and AJ'Ghee; when the fire-enters and extremists were hunting him down like a felon; when all hon est men were applauding him for his courage and h...

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 December 1857

I Siaoovered -t 'Xm.mrt I MATMT CIRB IS THE WORLD FOR VX1S. rur. Cm. D Guts' ELECTRIC OIL. Farm's OB is the only ur remedy In the worM for UMCuraof Rheowialiasa, Oeafneae, Gout, Hcarml ... btmbtro. Sciatica. Spinal a" Bronchial complainta Tk Nki, Heartache, Orimp, Droop, files, Feloai, Sprain awd Driim, Intsaad Wownde.8wel.ed Glands, Stiff Joints, fcrofula, Kryeioela. Sore Nippiee, Swelled rlreait, H'Mib Disorder. Salt Hheam, Canker ia the MoatS and Stomach, Palpitation, Eruptionl, Caked Srta.L, Quinsy. S..ro Threat, Palsy, Pleurisy. L'lcerl, Ixtck Jaw, Heart Burn, Tooth and Uar-ache, Nervoui nw, Co.Ilrene.is, Burnt. Sort Oumi of teething infanta, Hemorrhage, Abseet,Sti.r Neckl, Broken Breast, Chil blain, Teller, Shingle., Frosted feet, Fever and Ague, Chapped Hand., or any Disease that are tore or pain M, the only article ever brought before the public that will do it work perfectly ia from three to twenty wilnuUa haa been need by thoaaand. and pronounced ia be the beat remedy ever...

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. — 8 January 1858

7L i t t i . BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1858. VOL. XHSO.' f .- i TIR5ISI ' THC POST 18 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, IT TWO DOI.I.AHS PER YEAR, PAYABLE IN ADVANCK. AJrertlMMoa' w charged tl per square ni Uaee. r lees, 'r the Bret Insertion, and to eenta for ' "aca eontlnaence. A liberal rt-ducUon made to thot wto adrerUse by the year. EVPersonssendlnf adrer- aiieateace nutst mark the number of times they desire Item Inierled.artheyirlllbaeonUnaed until forbid and Brd aeeordlnsly.Brl Per announcing the names of eandldatesfor office, 15, Obt'uary notleesorerllllnesharged attheregular " advertising rates. Alleeimunioatloslatendedt promote the private ((dear Interests of Corporations, societies, Schools or CadtVulusla, will oe cners;ea as aaveniHcuicnb. jeth Work, such as Pamphlets, Minute, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed In good ivta. and on reasonabls terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will a promptly attended to. Pe...

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 January 1858

ATHENS POST. t. P. IVI.Nfl, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Tfrm t J rear, payable In advance. fW N paper discontinued until all arrearages arc ftii, except at the optloo of the Publisher. Aneoanetnf names of candidates for office IA, Caf h. Obituary Notice over IS lines, charged at the regular arerUitnf rate. AU communication Intended to promote the priTate ads or Interest of Corporations, (Societies, Schools or . Udiriduals, will fee charged a advertisement. . . . 1THEMS, FRIDAY. JAN. 8, 1868. -fF" Rend the New Advertisements. McMinh Coontt. Our renders In this ssunty will find, on the first page of this pa per, Report from the County Court Judge, which will interest thorn. Tax Collector. The County Court, on Monday last, elected A. H. Crow, Esq., Tax CelUctor for McMinn county, for the present Circuit Court for Monroe coonty, anosts at Madisonville on Monday next, 1 1th. The Carbieb. The Carrier of the Post requests us to return his heartfelt thanks to his patroDS, for the very liberal ma...

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 January 1858

BANKRUPTCY OF THE NATIONS. The nature and eonagqiiencea of a fictitious .irculaliog medium, of currency baeJ on indabtcdoea inatead of proportjf, and conamt Itt of promiaea to pay inatead of "'" bit eonaid.ratiott iUelf, ia etry d.-iy becorainr; Utter nnderttuod. The manner in which Ihe iutiooa have been doing buaiuea. heretofore, : .ad lb. diaaatrouareauluUut """ r later follow, are forcibly presetted in th. following article-from the Nw York San: . Thar, ia not a nation in Christendom can . pay it SebU il full. N-ion. I.y the United butea ara not heavily in debt; but aa a people, aa State and cmiiinuiiilie'S ur del.ta are im- tnrna. The general (fovrniiieiil oweae - paratirely little, and tl iiatinnal property ia arvrtfi aiaay timea all the republic owes; but a- there it not enough gold coin on the Weatern oatiaaot to pay the debts of Individonla, of ity and other corporation, and of the acveral Bute. It would take a Urge ahure of the apecie In Ihe vaults of our city lliiiika to p...

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. — 8 January 1858

f- nntrored ,- Ijst t GKtATtST CCKK IN THE WORLD FOR PAIS. Pane. Cau. Da Oun! ELECTRIC OIL, paj-iiuj Oil U the onlr sure remedy hi tli world for M. Care of Rheumatism, Deatuees, Ooul, Neural gia, LuaubagOi Viatica, !pi nai and Hrwuehlal eomplaiuts Tie Doloreul, Headache, Criinpl, Croup, Pilea, Pelona, Bpesina and nruiaee, nua auu ti wuuuv,cwcit uuuii tut Joinli. Scrofula, Erysipelas, ISora Nipples, Sweatee Kraut, Womb Disorders, tail Rheum, Canker in tbT MoutH and Plomach, ralpltanon, fcrupiiona, vasea reast. Clumsy, Sore Throat, Palsy, Pleurley, Ulcere, Lock Jaw, Heart Burn, Tuoth and tar-ache, Nervoue eaa, Coslircne.e, burna. Sore Gums of teething infanta. Hemorrhage, Abscess, It till Kecks, Broken Breast, Chil biaine. Tetter, Shinglee, Frosted Poet, Fever and Ague, Chapped Hands, or anjr Diaeaaea that are aore or pain ful, la the onl article erer brought before the public that will do ita work perfectly In from threa to twenty sasoules haa been used by thousands and pronounced to...

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 January 1858

4 - i r r. f ' ; . , ... ,i .i - ' w , BY SAM. P. IVINS. TH POST U rUBLMHKD KVERT FRIDAY, . TWO DOLI.AHS PER YEAH, p AT ABLK IS ADVANCE. 4rartlemeufs B1 ba chanted $1 per square n Unas, ar the erst Insertion, and M cents for ach cootinaanca. A Ubc-ral rintnetion made to thosa whaadwrtiasbjp thayaar. tWtmont tending adTer tlsamsnts msl Bark tha naotwr of tfratt they desire than Inaerted.w thelllbcoDtlDued until forbid and charged aooardinfly.J for announcing lha names of eanilldatasfor office ,15, Obeaary notlcssoYsrlJHoes.charged atthtregalar ilvsrlislnf( ralea. AllomniunlcationilntBdedto promote t ha nrlvat nda or Intersitsof Corporation!, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will ba charged aa advertisements. jakj Vrk,o-hM Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, Uandbllli, Ac, will ea executed In good trie, and on reaaonahla ternia. All letter addressed to the Proprietor, postpaid, will be promptly attended to. Pariono at a distance lending nl the names of four Solvent eobeerl...

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. — 15 January 1858

ATHENS POST. 8. F. ITIN8.ID1TOR AND PROPRIETOR. Tfrwi : It a year, Bayae! In advance. t W Mo paper discontinued until nil arrearages art paid, except at th option of the Publisher. AanomKlnK namw of candidate Cor office to, Cain. Obituary Noticea ever 11 line, charged at the regular adTortising rates. All communications Intended U proaaota the private ends or interests of Corporations, Societies, Be boo Is or ladlrldualt, sill be charged as adTertlsraenu. - ATHENS, FRIDAY, JA. it, 1158. NOTICE. From and after tbii date, the Cash will be demanded for all Job Work and Transient Advertising done at thia office. W. have to pay eash for paper, in t, labor, and rything we sat io tha orHoe, and it U impossible to meet our baeioeee engagement and keep op the paper if we have to "eharg" every thing. Legal advertising, from Clarke, eke ara aot expected, of course, nntil tha feaa ara paid into tha respective office. Our friends will therefore please remember that, hereafter, job work and trans...

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. — 15 January 1858

THRILLING ADVENTURE WITH THE : MORMONS. C.XL Langdon, formerly eooneeted wilh th UniurJ Slates Surveyor's office in Utah, wm engaged 'in his official dutiee et the time of lb United Slates Court wee broken up, end witnessed the stamjwde of Uocle Sam's officrrs. Brigham Young having declared that no United States official should again set foot lu the Valley. Langdon was prompted to wi.il Salt Lake City, sud ee. what prepare tioo. the Moriuone were making. He eaw them catingc.ODoo.hot,.Dd manufacturing grape and tapisler io great abundance, and sous' fifty "a milking Colt'e dragoon-size revolvers. He we detected, however, and ".polled" for destruction. He as) a : Accordingly, on the 25th day of July, when crossing the alreet, I wa assailed by a party of rutliana, wae knocked dowo and aioal ihmufully beaten with claba and atonca. I was literally cut and bruised and mangled all ovr my head, face, breiutt, hands and arms. I was taken home unconscious, and hr.d it nut beeu for some emigra...

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. — 15 January 1858

UUATT CL'KK IN TUK WOULD F0- PAIS. Peor. Caii. Da Ounl ELECTRIC OIL. riVlIi Oil Is the only surs rmidj In h world for JL the Cure of Rheumatism, Dealnesa, Oout, Neural (i., Lamro,HHttc,tlnliilim Hrojchlal complaints Tic Doloreux, Headache, O ramps. Crimp, Piles, Felons, Spralne and Bruise s. Cuts and Wound., Swelled Glands, Sli Joints, Scr-rula, F.ry.ipelaa. Sore Nipplee, Swelled Hreast, Womb Disorders, Salt Rheum, Canker In the Mouth and stomach, Palpitation, Krnptloiis, Caked llreast, Quin.y, 8or Throal, Pal.y, Pleurisy, L leers, Lock Jaw, Heart Burn, Tooth and tar-ache, Nervous ness, Costlvene--s, Burna, Sore Ouma of teething Infanta, Hemorrhage, Ahaceaa, Siiff Neck., Broken Breast, (.bil blakuf. Tetter, Shingles, Proated Peet, Fever and Ague, Chapped Hands, or any Diseases Uiat are aore or pain ful, ia the anly article ever brought before tin puhlie that will do Ita work perfectly In from three lo twenty mlnutea-haa been uaed by thousanda and pronounced to bt the beat remedy ere...

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