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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 May 1858

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRDAT, MAY 7, 1858. VOL. X.-NO. 502. fERMII TBI rOT IB PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, AT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAl PA TABLE IX AD TANCK. A elwerileveswesste wffl be charged II per squar fl UaM, or less, lot tlw IrM is tertian, ud M emu for acb uUnmnea. A liberal drrtoctlon made to thoM who ulrrrllM by tht year. V PeronendtngdTer ttMiaeoi met mark the a amber of time they desiro . . I 1 11 I .1 J --til ..J lata wienea, t Mie j "i"" and kargea accoraingiy.ja ..... for anneanctni ths uamct efcandidateifor office Ob..aaryootk:esoTsrltllnes,chergd sttherefuler Sdvertlting rates. ' AlleomuoSiilSBilntndeds pumoteth priest . . a n ...iUa tLrulatai KvaIb as .. , Ill a., .k. AilMPtliMIllU. Jtk IVtrk. mch u PuiphltU, M tnate.. CI real art , QM) nusnnit, c., win uj vmwuvu All letter vd$4 to tht Proprietor, poetptvid , Perrw.. H a 4ifUac tenillnir m tbo ninci offoy etmtbtcr.hen, will be entitled to a fifth oopy frtU. NO coraies""'-"1""" the nime of the Mthor. er omoeonMsUti ...

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 May 1858

ATHENS POST. B. P. I V1NS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Teriui : i a year, payable In advance. (r io paper tlicoutinuel until alt arrearage! are paitl, except at tlie option of the Publisher. Auuouncinjf names of candidates for office S&, Cash. Obituary Notice! over li Unci, charged at the regular advertising ratel. AU communications Intended to promote the private amis or Interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or "individuals, will be chargsd as advertisemenu. ATHENS, I1IIDAV, MAY 7, I 808. ' ; . . t CONCERT. ' ' The Young Ladies of Prof. Cooke's Class will give a Concert of Vocal and Instrumen tal Music, to-night Fridny, May 7th. 5f" Monroe Circuit Court commences nest Monday. The Kansas Bill. We publish In ano ther port of our paper the Kansas Bill as it paused bolh Mouses of Congress. The dis cerning reader will see, at once, that whilo the Bill.does not reject the Lecouipton Con stitution it virtually sends the question back to the people. We are gratified, as w e have Do ...

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 May 1858

i SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS f o TRAV ELGREAT IXTERIOR.NORTIIEUN AND EASTERN ROUTE. The New Orlitns Delta, of Thursday List, in nlluditS to tha arrangements which have recently been entered into by the various Southern Railroad Cuinpamea, eaya: The New Orleans, Jackson, and Great Northern Railroad Company, have arranged to rttublUh a central office, at which will be .old through tickets to al th celebrated Vir ginia SpriPfrs, Lynchburc. Richmond. I eterm. bur", Washington City, Baltimore, I hiladol phi andNe?Vork Thruugh ticket. lso be sold by the Meinjiliu. Packet Cuiups .. Engage he checked through. The last hnk in the chain of the East Ten nessee and Virginia Railroad Company, will be completed by the 15th of May, and in time for the Southern travel, before which nil proper arrangements will be completed for the sale of through tickets to nil . points. The price will be as low as by any other line, the tune less, the accommodations and coin fort equal to nnv line North or South. The sch...

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 May 1858

ACER'S 'CH BURY PUCTOltAL, ton ra in cvri or Old. i,ongh, and tit intents. Imwu "Sass, 9h Dec, 14. (,... UL lea.eotkaaltat.Msey Mm mi rra 1 bar. eves- foowd Inr OmtcM H IoDmiim. u4 the wmmvi aptonM.da OuM, a your Ooaas Pica M lu wMUnt aa. la mr petjrtice av . ay baa II; Aw lb. lae. tea ? baS : Ik-SB tt U I II I ra oar nrtiM a ' th tnwtmeol of these anphriiiia, j SUM KMUliT, M.D. A eiimv av. n.n uttc. pj. ... wni wriUa! "I hurt Ml y.K ! ml nra-ir sad in Br Ml'T etnoa iat-4 .1. umI bebeve H lb. beat snedietiwi br in urpm mr - t eat. Wlia a bad eutd I aboard sooner pn imnxr dollar, fur a boti. lama da WiUawt It, gr UA a? eiaar (Marwy- CrtMp. V.'kooplar Conch. Influent-it. irrumrma. Mies, ran. 7. 1ML Irmaraua At' t I will chwrftilly eertlfy yoar iWarwl la ua aaat est, d w mrasaaa tor Iba ear. of wboopiog aoam l Uia ctrea diseeea. of children. We or mst fnuvro' la lb Souls apondata jroar roa tuedicin. to onr pnopli ntaaai uun&un, n. v. AVOSirM. bo.MiiimaiT, II, wrllaa, Id Jaa, 18M: 1...

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 May 1858

J- - t ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, MAY 14. 1858. VOL. L-KO. 503. BY SAM. P. IVINS. x r n fn H i THE POST IS PUW.ISHKD EVERT FRIDAY, AT TWO DOLLARS PEU YEAK, PA YABLS J.V ADVANCE Adrertlnemenm will he chanted tl jwr square til Un.i.or leu, fur the lint Insertion, and to cent, for tach aontiaaaoc.. A liberal deduction marie to thou who advertl.. by tlfc year. IWVmam .enllniradr. tiiemenu nut mark the Dumber of time, they de.ire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and eharrtedac.ordlnily.tf m For announcing the uaiuei of auididatesforofflct ,IS, CmTtuarynotlcetoTerHlliiea,charged attheregular aaverti.ini rai.. . AllooniinunicauoniiniBmitun. y ........ r ada or lotere.t. of Corporation., Societle., School, or CadiTldurili, will be charged a. advertlnement.. Job WorU.auch a. Pamphlet.. Mlnute,Clrcular., Ga-tl., loans., uannum., fcv-.- Rood Ityle.and on rea.onanie term.. All letter, addressed to the Proprietor, poitpald 111 K promptly aiienncu io. . f four aolT.nt.ulucnner., ...

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 May 1858

V v -4 ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVIN8.EDITOB AND PSOERIKTOB. TertMa. ta a year, payable In advance. I f - n0 paper difcontinued until all arrearage! are paid, except at the option of the Fubliiher. Announcing naroea of candidate for office 15, Cain. Obituary Noticea over 12 Unea, charged at the regular dvertlilng ratee. All communicatloai Intended to promote the private ndl or interests of Corporations, goeletiea, Schools or Individuals, will be charged a adrertiiementi. ATHENE HtlDA V.MAY 14. 1858. Athens Female School. By reference to notice on the next page, it will be seen that Rev. Mr. Rowley will open, for a half ossion, a school for young ladies, on Mon day next. The work on the College build log (s progressing rapidly, nod will be com pleted, ready for occupation, by the 1st Sep. tember. We presume the school to be open ed od Monday is simply preparatory, and to accommodate a class of pupils now idle. Ky- The weather in the enrly part of the week, was unusually cold for May. ' Cir...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 May 1858

SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. We take the following sensible article from the Memphis Avalanche, which seems to be from the pen of a correspondent. It is well worth a perusal : WESTWARD, HO! BT. J. P. P. Our predictions are rapidly fulfilling. The Southern I'ucific Kailrond is swiftly growing into almost universal appreciation. The signs of progress are thickening, dny by day, in every quarter of the South. The pres, that tremendous lever of free opinions itnd free principles, has put its great shoulder to tSe wheel, and no human power enn now stay the onward ninrch of the greatest and must gui don enterprise of the n;o. Long ago, upon being made fully acquaint, ed with the wnndroui endowments of this road, wo foresaw ihi.t this state of things must come to puss. We foresaw, that, with land grant amounting in the aggregate to a Wrritory larger than any New England Slate, xeept Maine; with a loan of uioru than mon ey enough to buy the iron; and with the great heart ol the people everywh...

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 May 1858

AYER'S Cathartic Pills, (SVGiR COATED,) Alia NADS TO CLEAS8E THB BLOOD AND CUKE IHB SICZ. Iiawnllila, Ksilliers, Mother, rnysieiana, rhllanlhroptats. read Ihelr KftccU, aad Jiulft of their Virtues. 10 K TIIK Ct'US of Headache, Sick IIcatlnche.Fout Stomnch. Firrsurjiu), P, May 1, 1KW Hi. J. C. Avse. Sir : I have been repeatedly cured of tl worst headache iiny twdy tun have by a dine or two of yonr Itsecuisloarliiefnmiafoulstomarh.wnlro. lb.y cleanse l once. If they will cura otbert as Uiy do Sue, fact is wotlh knowing. loan with, great respect, KO. W. PRKTtLK, Billons Disorder, nnd Liver ComplnlnU.. IIU-IHTHUT Or TBI INTUIOK, 1 WumacTiM, D. C 7 Feb., JH4& 1 ret I have nsed jri.gr J'llUJn my general and hwitUi araftb er aiiico Toll mailt Ihem.luidcxuDOt h.siUtelo ar char w U, best dathartlc wa employ. Their rego ktUnf action on tha hivr Is quirk and decided, consequent tf Ihaj araan aiUiilrable remedy forderangeuirutsuf that remit. Indeed, I have seldom fnnnd a ease of btUtml was ...

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. — 21 May 1858

f ' 1 '1, BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM.,' FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1858. VOL. X.-UO. 504. , . TERMS. THE POST 18 PUBLISHED EVERT PBJDAT, AT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR, PA TAXIS IX AD VASCK. Adrertlaementa will be charged per square fli lines, or let, for the flnt Intertloo, and SO eeuts for eaaa eonllnuance. A liberal deduction made to thoao Who advertise by the year. ISfPeraonl sending adver tisements mast mark the aumber of timet they deairo then Inserted, or they will be continued nntll forbid and teharaed accordlnilr. tl for aanouoclu the uaioei of candldatetforofllce,5, (,'om. Obituary notlcesoTerlSllnes.charjed attheregular BarerUainf ratea. All communications Intended to promote the private tads or Interests of Corporation!, Societies, School! or Individual!, will be charged as advertisements. Jab Work, such as Pampl.lete,Minutes,Clrculars, Card!, Blank!, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in food ejtyle. and on reasonable terms. AllleUere addressed to the Proprietor, postpaid ,wlll be prompt...

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 May 1858

ATHENS POST. . r. ITI.NS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. IVnus: $i a year payable lo adranae. 'tf No paper diacontlnufd until nil arrra-es ari paid, except at the optien of the Publisher. Annooaciuir names of candidates fur otftce (5, Cash. Obituary Notice! orer Is lines, charged at the regular adverllsius; rates. All communication! Intended to promote the prtrate nde or lntereats of Corporation, Societies, Schools or Indiridutls, will be charged at advertisements. ATIIOS, miDAVi MAY Sit 185B. This beautiful Watering Place, In Rhe county, Tenru, will opeii on tlie 1st of June, under the charge of W. 3. Greer, Jr. It is located in a lorely part of the valley of the Tennessee, near the bane of the mountains and in the midst of (he most charming scene ry. The waters have proved highly benefi cial In variety of diseases, and the neigh borhood offcrs the best opportunities for healthful exercise in fishing, hunting, riding, or driving. . Rhea Springs are about midway between Knoxville and Chatta...

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 May 1858

iRAND TRIUMPH'. THE COUNTRY AND THE CONSTITUTION SAVED BY THE AMERICAN PARTY VV bo would look for triumph of the Ameri can party ia this, the day ot their weakness md disaster ! Who would have iU potted that the illustrious "Sam," who una lon since beea regarded ai doubly defunct, and whose funeral hat been preached by every demo cratic paraoo in the land, wonld riae Iroio the tomb in an hour of peril to bis country, throw off the pallor and inertia of the grave, aod when every other hope had failed, bravely throw himself in the breach and turn bock the tide of mint Who would have supposed it! With what supernatural virtue must Ins gi gantic limbs be endowed, Ifint he should thus rally from the corruption of his "Ion; home," and, coming to life again, achieve a victory which his triumphant enemies and persecu tors were powerless to win ! Yet.it is even so, end the world should stolid amazed at the spectacle. We have the very beat de mocratic authority for all we any. To the proofa: ...

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. — 21 May 1858

J AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, FOR TUB RAPID CORK OF Colds. Coiiffli, and Hoarseness. Ramniu, Mass., 20th Dec, 1356. Da. J.O. Ai: I du aot hesitate to say Ibt best remedy I have ever found tir Coughs, Hoarseness, lnfluensa, and the coooHnitant symptoms of a Culd, leyonr CHiaar Paoroui. In constant bm in Ua yon baa ahown it lo possess enpe- ,T1(I rtor virtues fur tin treatment of these JU Ain.Jalnii VDKM If MlilllT M. D. A. B. MORTLEY, Kso,,of Urioa, h. Y., writes: I hava seed your lctnnl myself and In my family ever since von invented It, and believe it tba beat medicine for ita purpoM ever put out With a bad cold I should sooner pay twimy die dollar for a bottla titan do without it, or take any oilier routed." Croup. Whooping Cough, Influenza. " eriuicuriEiJH llias, Fab. 7, 1W. BaoTHS Ana: I will cheerfully certify your rtctorol la U beat remedy w possess for tba cure of whooping cough, croup, and the cheat diseases of children. W a of your fraternity In the South appreciate jour skill,...

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. — 28 May 1858

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1858. VOL. X.-1W. 505, TKHIIIS , pnar 18 PUBLISHED EVERT TRIDAY AT TWO DOLLARS PER YEARi PA TABLJt IV AD vajtci: Adrrlemenl will b charged $1 per qntre ... . . I .. I t i .-J n..nm fnr for thoae who derUie by the yer. fafPersons endlnfttdrer . .... Muvu ii...,linhM rtf imM tliv ri.ain drer- esire them Inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and Kor naoancing Ilia names of caoaidstesrororice ObiiiifynotleeiOTerlUnei,chrged sttner.igular UQTerIDK All cgmniuiin.Munn ui.vU..v. - k - - - emli or lnterenU of Corporation!, Societies.Sehoo rate or Job Work, such Pamphlets, Minutei, Circulars, varus, oianics, unnuuuia, c, wm u bsvw . good Style, and on rewonanie wnn. All letter! addressed to the Proprietor, poitpald ,wlll wpranipiij. ftnoni at a mitance aenmnw u mo " tailTentiuIacrtberi, will be entitled to a fifth copy a-ratls. Ha aommunivatlon Inserted unlei accompanied by fonr the name nf the author, pir Office on Main atreet, next...

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. — 28 May 1858

ATHENS POST. . P. IVIN8, EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. Trrmi-i a year, payable In artane. fir No pMr discontinued nnlil all arrearages are Bald, oiecpt t the option of the Publiiber. Aaoooncinir ubm of candidates for office Aa, Cash; Obituary NoUcoa over It lines, charged at the regular rertUinf raws. All communications Intended to promote the prlrate tada er tnterenta of Corporations, Pociellee, fehooU or Udleidaalt, will b charged a adrertiaementa. AT1IRN8, tKIDAV.Hf AY 8. ISiS. We dislike very much to complain, bat the irregularities in Ihe paper mails from the direction of Nashville are becoming in tolerable. Q3 It will be seen by reference to onr Southern commercial letters, that the Bacon market is depressed. The Thavel. The travel on the railroad increasing rapidly since the connection was completed. We have always contended that the Great Middle Route woul3 be the most popular, and in a month or two, when its su periority in all respects shall, as it will in a short time, be genera...

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. — 28 May 1858

SUICIDE OF HENRY WM. HERBERT. Henry Wn, Herbert, a literarjr writer of soma noU), nd favorably known by h! sig nature of "Frank Forrester," committed sui cide in New York few days since. The Express, in commenting upon the peculiar circumstances surrounding the case, says: When s man of genius and cultivated mind commits so desperate so set as to rush un prepared into the presence of his Supreme Judge, the spectacle not only appala us, but has tendency to persuade those whose reli gious faith is not firmly grounded, that sui cide may be allowable in some cades; espe cially as the unhappy man, in his last letter, rrofessed faith in the Christian's Redeemer, t in possible thtiro may be some among those who will hear of this catastrophe, who will give him credit for actually believing in the Scriptures, that so solemnly foibid the unlaw ful shedding of blood. To the rational and sensible, the utter self-deception of the man who, professing such a belief, commits such crime, will be evi...

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. — 28 May 1858

AYEK'S Cathartic Pills, (SUGAR COATED, AHB UADH TO CLEAKSE THE BLOOD AtfD CUBE THE HCX. Invalid, "ilirs, BJolbers, l-liysiciaua, FliilBnthroplsta, read their K fleet, and Jutle of their Virtue. roil TUB CURB OF Headache,SickIIeailache,FonStomacli. PlTTSBCIlO, Fa., liar 1, l D J C ATI. Fir: I have been repeatedly cured of the worst headache any body n have by a .loss .or two of ronr Fill. ltscemstoarisefiomafoulswmacVwnlcli fleVclwra at once. If tbey will cure other, u Uiej do Bio, the fact In north knowing. Yours with groat rwpect, ED. W. PREBLB, 1 Clerk iff i'e"ner Out-ion. Bilious Disorders nrid Liver Complaints. iieiuaTiiisT of Tni NTIJll0Hj ) WAsniMiTOir, I). C, 7 Feb., 1808. ( Bif T have used vour.l'ills In my general and hospital mctlr ever lure yon made them, end cannot hesitate to aavtlray tlie bout cathartic we employ. Their regn Utlnc action on the liter la quirk and decided, consequent 1 they are an admirable remedy for derangements of that ennui. Indeed, I hare seldom fo...

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. — 4 June 1858

V BY SAIL P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, JUNE i 1858. VOL.1 L NO. 50.C. TGRVIII .ngT IS PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY . T Tn-o DOLLARS PER YEAUi ZAT .A) TANCE. Jrertleml wUl bs charted 11 per square 7, l. fn- tUMllnwtiiui. And &i,nta for HS U C I ua - - " " 1 each ootinaaace. A liberal deduction made to thoM woe-advertise oy we year. I w rinniniuiugwTn. ijuMinti must mark the number of time they dealre " . i ii .1 J ...U t.i.l J 1MB msertea, or iney win ue nmnwn wu.d ivs " I and For announcing the uaines of eandidateiioromce .M, Obituary notices over 11 lines.chargea' attheregular advertising rate. All eommanioatlons Intended ta promote the private ads or !inerrii ui vnrivivBi . iBdmaaaie, win urn ciwrgm u.im ............... jea w oja-n i Oarda, Blanks, HaodbUla, Ae., will be executed In good Sine, anq vu nwwMg All lattera addreaeed to the Proprietor, poet paid be promptly attended to. I, will Periona at a awiiow kwiiib - - ..h.rihra. will be entitled to a fifth eopT frails four y0 co...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 June 1858

ATHENS POST. t. P. I VIN8, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Trrmi rr, psymble In adTaiic. (V No paper discontinued anlll all arrearage an paid, cxmpt at the option of the Publliher. Announcing name of candidate for ofllce S&, Cain. Obituary Notice OTtr 1 Une, charged at the regular drertliing rate. - All eomiauulcatlom Intended to promote the ornate ndi or intereita of Corporation, Societlei, School or adindaai, vni oe cnarfea h MiTcnucmcuM. ATHENS, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1868. i Tbiouoh Maim. The contrast for carrying the through mails between New York and New Orleans baa been awarded to the Great Central Rente, a we learn froai the follow ing paragraph from the Sew York Herald of the 17th nit: The Postmaster Genera! hat given an order toooavey the great Southern mail, leering Kew York in the morning, orer the central route, diverging from the seaboard route at Richmond, thence via the Virginia and Ten nase road through Knoxville and Dal ton, Georgia, to the grand junction, fifty miles East ot ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 June 1858

THE RIGHT OF VISIT AND THE RIGHT OF SEARCH. Id order to wake out justification for tho outrage daily committed on our commetce, the New York organ of the British Legation I, reviving the exploded arguments of past diplomatic diacusaiont to establish a distinc tion between the right ofaearch and the right of visit. It ia assomed that in denying and protesting against the one we have either directly or indirectly acknowledged the other. Wt ahould not have the nonsense uttered by thii journal but for the probability that its arguments emanate from an official aource, nd are probably those that will be relied upon In the answer of the British govern ment to our claims for redress. Now, nothing can be more clear or emphat ic than the repudiation always offered by our government to this attempted distinction be tween the rights of visitation and search. In 1823 John Qulitcy Adams, in his reply to Mr. Canning in reference to this same ques tion, stated that "there was in the ordinary way n...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 June 1858

at a a CHERRY few 11 (TTORAI.. (or riii APii curb or Cold. Conths, and Hoarseness. BhuwrmB, Win, xoth Dee, ISM. Da. J. a Af : 1 Jo not iNWItatatoesy ths best remedy I have ever found fir Qmgha, ItiarMiMM, Inflmwita, and the ejrHmitAiit aymptoniaof a OjIo, I your Omui PMTouk Iu constant as la my pracUea and say fatullj fur the last ta year has shown ft t pain in .nnw ftor tlnwi for the treatment of these I..... S'lIKV kniuut 11. ra. A. B. MOHTLKT, Ex)., of Utma, If. T, writs I "I tsar and four JManl myself u4 In n; fcmlly ere ilnM yna Invented It, and belle II lb beat aaedletiM It norpoaa ever (rat eat. With bad old I aboard nomf ney twenty-five dollar fw boUie Usta do without It, or Uk tar other rensedy." Croup. Whooplnf Cough, Influents. SraiRaniui, iltM, Feb, 1, IttML thwrwts Imi I will cheerfully certify your lttorol It Uie best remedy we pass for Um cur of whooping spuali. croup, and the cbeet diseases of chtkireo. W e of wear fraternity In the Booth appredaU your akill, tad oau...

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