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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 June 1858

ml) t -4 1 vW'f' BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1858. VOL. X.HW. 07. air cr .aSJS"- m m sjv ' TKitirrst THE POST 13 PCllMSIIKD EVERY FRIDAY, AT TWO DO IjLAKS P K It YUAIti PA YA BLR IN A D VANVR. A4vrUemenlt will be charged 91 per nimre flit l.ne, or ., for the first invert. on, and At) cents for ech continuance. A liberal define. Ion maile to thoie who advertise by the year. 1'ersons iemlinirartver- tlManenta uiuat mark the number of timet theytlenire lliem lnrtd, or they will be continued until forbid and charged accord ir.gly.jgj For auuounclna the u Mines of candid ateifor office ,95, Cask. Obituary nntlceiorer12Hnei,charged attheregular advertising rates. AUcommunicatiofmlntendedto promote the private ftlar Interests of Corporations, Societies, Schoolsor Individual, will be chargeil as advertisements. Job H'orkiurhai Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in good wvyle,and on reiwonHhle terms. All letters addressed 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 June 1858

1 I ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVIN8, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Trrmi:-( year, payable in a.Wance. t W No aper discontinued onlll all arrearages are pij, except al the option of the Publisher. Announcing-names of can.li.daLn for office fa, lain. Obituary Notice, over li linea.cbarged at the regular All oomn.uulcationl Intended to promote the private ende or tatemu of Corporatloni, Hociellea, BcuooUi or lidlridual - '( be cbarg.d ai advertl.emeuu. ATHENS, HllUtV, JI SH 11, 1858. All letters, lie usurers, v f.ir n.iltimore. Philadelphia, New York, y , .v. . ..J to on, should be mailed by the Eastern route, and not South as heretofore. Our papers for Cuntrell'e X Roads, Coghill, and that direction, failed to reach their destination last week through neglect at the printing office. We make this statement that the blame may not be cast on the post masters, who generally have carelessness enough of their own to account for. Savannah. Our commercial letters from Savannah come to band on Thursday nigh...

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 June 1858

c 1 'EXCITEMENT AT NEW ORLEANS! I or THUGS and INDEPENDENTS. , eaks, June 8. Great rioting com- kt night between tbe Thugs and r I. A vigilance commute, organ- Independents, in targe numbers, 'session or the Arsenal, juckiou Several Thugs have been arrested, anil, nnel iivi will li hutll?. This morning the Executive Committee call for all law and ol der people to join them, and announce their determination to carry out their measures. Nothing else transpired yet. The following appenred this morning: The citizens of New Orleans, after years of disorder, outraged and unchecked assassina tion the neoule. unable and unwilling cither to bow down in unresisting submission to a aet of Ruffians, or to abandon the city in which their business, their social sympathies and their affection cluster, bnve nt length risen in their might, nnd have quietly taken yosaession of the Arsenal and buildings on aokson Square, and have established there the headquarters of a vigilance committee, pledging ea...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 June 1858

AYER'S Cathartic Pills, (SUGAR COATED,) AM HAD! TO m,. CLEANSE TH1 BLOOD AID CUM THS UCK. Iaratllda, Fathers, Blather, Phralclaaa Phllauthroplsts, renal their KilacUt and Jurlge of their Virtue. FOR Till CUBS OF Headache, Sick Headache, Foal Stomach. Frmaoio, Pa., May 1, laA. Da. J. C Ana. Slrt I hare bun repeatedly cured of the worvt headache any body can bait by a dose or two of your rills. It seems to arise from a fbnletomarh, which they cleanse at once. If tbay will cure oUwra at Uwy do Baa, tht fact it worth knowing. , lout with peat respect, KD. W. PRKni.lt, Oerk rf Steamer Clarion. BtlioDS Disorder and Liver Complaints. XKPiaTMnrr or tai Ixruuoa, 1 Wadhisotob, D. a, J Feb., lsio. f ami I bare nsed yonr Pills in my general and hospital prectire erer tinot yon made them, and cannot hesitate to say Uiey are the bett rktliarUo we employ. Tbeir regu Utt.it action on the urer la quirk and decided, ooneeqoeDt if Uiey ara an admirable reaiedy for oasaageaaealaof that organ. Indeed, 1...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 June 1858

ci In & ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1858. VOL. X.-N0. 508. BY SAM. P. IVINS. j i?4 TIIK POST 18 i'lillMSIIKU EVKItY FlilPAY, AT IWO . DIH.UHd ITU Vi:H, r YA BLK IS All VA NCR. Ad varllnenifnl" will be chanredtl per square rlfi ituei'., or less, lurtlie first insertion, anil So cents for eaeti cnntinsArici!. A lilicral riViinction mail lo those GluiarWertlseby the year. fW Persons snrlins:ailver Jlscnwnls mast mark the number of times they desire them Inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charted accorcllns:ljr..jvl . For announcing the uamei of candl.latesfor olnce ,f o, 'obU.iarynotlcesoTerlSlines.charged attheregular Vvcrtiiiia; rates. Allcoiaiuunlcallonslntendeilto promotetlie private i iidier Interests of Corporations, Societies, .Iclioolsor nillvliiunla, will he chariri il as advcrtlements. r Jh Wrk.silehasPamplilct,Minutes,Clrculars, Csrcls, Illanks, Handbills, c, will be executedin good llylr, and on rensonnhle terms. ...i , All Wtura aiMressril to the P...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 June 1858

ATHENS POST. B. P. IVIN8, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Trrnto'.-fi a yer. pyiill In mlvancc. t-G No iK-r ili.omtinutil until nil rrer(fel ire paid, eirepl the option of th PuMUhM. Announcing names of cmuliJmrt fur otlice . ( aih. Obituary Notice! over t HuM.chargeU at the regular advertising rates. . All coinniutikulions Intemlfd to promote the private ende or IntermU of Corporation!, Kociotiei, Hchools or Ddividuall, trill be cbarg.d ai advertiaeraentl. ATIIKNS, ritlDAVt JIM! 18. I8SH. Congress Adjourned on Monday, llie 14th. Reward. Governor Harris tins offered a Reward of Five) Hundred Dollars for the ap prehension of Burton, llio defaulting Secre tary of Slnte. Wheat. Our fanners are now in the midst of harvest. They generally report the wheat crop as Letter than they oxpected three weeks ago. Oats. We stated last week that the onts crop wns totally ruined by the rust. It now begins to look butter, the recent ruins having improved it much. On the rich hinds there will be sonio onts 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. — 18 June 1858

Foreign. Cam IUci, June 1 1. The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company' crew ateamer Kova Scotian, CapL Andrew McMaster, for Quebec, passed the Cape to-day, and delivered a pack age to the boarding ateaiuer belonging to the Associated I 'rem. The Nova Scotian brings dutes from Liver pool to Wednesday, June 2d. The interference and searching of Ameri can vessels had attracted aoiue attention iu the English I'arliament. Mr. Lindsey asked the question, whether it u true that American vessels had been searched and detained by Ifiitish cruisers; and if ao, he desired to know by what au thority and under whose instructions. Mr. Fitzgerald replied llint no ullieinl in formation on the subject hud been received. He expressed the belief thnt the reports were much exaggerated, and assured the House that Her Majesty's government were anxious that all unpleasant relations with the United States should be avoided, nud upou the first intimation of complaint, strict orders had baen issued to the Englis...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 June 1858

AYEfVS PKC'rORAL, K-H TUK HAIID ClKli or Colli. Coiijlh ' llimriir. Kitmi. M ' I- j l' ,. : !.- -""" Ih, M t. nv-l. I ' "'"J I. -r- Vi.c ,-,.,t,t ..ni,-m. i ''' ",r r..... i.u i,.ev.-t.-vii . , r,, u- an I m (iii' I rat . 111.. K Mill, '. A E ts.::.TI.KT. t sf iwj. .". T writes: -l nave - .... utijl stl i iu my family vr alnc T .'..eui.-l it "' '"' niedieln for Us L.,,. . -it . .ml .lfc l"' cold should snjiwr J, a. .t,4i.r tx a UilUa than do without it, or . - a,,, -.l,.- rviu.-dy.' Croup, Wkoopins roiieh, lnflueniu. Dutaii Avta: I will rhrrullj certify jour iVrrnmJ i la II- !! n-iar.1. I- f t lb cum of l..apiiK eu.r.. vr.-l- o l ' i'1""' roaeaaea f cbd.lreu. I yr ti .i- nni iu lln ."uulti apprtriau. jour aklll, and ' UlllAM CONKMN.M.n. AM'. LKR. Fg . MiiarsmeT, 1 4.. write. Sd Jan., IM: . I ha-l a tl 'ua li.aaeoaa. which cntlne.l ma In doors ( t,s ; l'S roan) nnal.'-tn without relief; finally ' lrw-1 . 'r jvcer..! !. Hi adilerof ur ckrniyuian. The itM -I--, rel..-! lit eurenea lu l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 June 1858

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, rn. TX., FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1858. VOL. I.-H0. 509. THS POST IS PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, AT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR, PA TABLE IN AD YA XCK. Adrertlaements will be charged $1 per iquare Ml lino, or leu, lor the ItrM insertion, and u cents for each continuance. A libera) deduction made to thoae who adrerUee by the jrear. J V Person i tending adrer tlMnenU swat mark the number of tlmea they deaf re hem inaerted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly. mj for announcing the uainel of candldateifor officers, Com. Obituary notlceeover IS llnei.eharged at theregular adrertlaing ratee. , Alleommunlcatlonilntendedto promote the prlrate nda or Intereata of Corporationa, gocletlea.Schooli or Individual!, will be charged al advertleementa. imb Wrk,auchaa Pamphleta,Minutea,Clreulara, Carde, Blanka, Uandbllli, Ac, will be executed In good ttyle, and oa reasonable terrae. Al I letter! add remed to the Proprietor, Boat paid, will te promptly attended to. P...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 June 1858

ATHENS POST. I. P. fVlNS, EDITOR AND PROPRIKTOK. Terms) itt a Tear, payable In aWanoe. fjf- tit paper discontinued antil all arreareies are paid, except at the option of the Publieher. Anaeonclng namee of candidates for office IS, Oaih. Obituary Notices orer It liner, charged at the regular advertising rate- . All communications Intended to promote the private ends or Interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or diridoals, will as charged as advertisements. ATHENS. FRIDAY. JIME 25, 1858. Examination and Concert. The Exami nation of the Ninth Session of Mrs. Cooke's School will take place on Tuesday And Wed nesday, the lSth and 14th of July next. Concert Wednesday night. Forest Hill AcAbEitr. An Examina tion of the Students of Forest Hill Academy will take place on Thursday and Friday, the 8th and Sth of July. ' We are requested to announce that the Examination of the Pupils of the Madi aonville Female Academy, will take place on the 1st and 3d days of July, and that the session ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 June 1858

BUBBLINGS OF THE POLITICAL CAULDRON OPPOSITION M OVE- MENTS FOR THE SUCCESSION. Prom th New Tork Herald. The Central Committee of the republi can of thi city, at their rooms, No. 6(3 Broadway, opened, on Tuesday evening, A eriea of meeting "to welcome the opposi' tion member of Congress on their return from Washington." At thi preliminary meeting speeche were ninde by Hon. Ch A. Grow, of PeensyWania; lIoth.Mr Lovsjoy, of Illinois, and Hod. Mr. Morrill, uf Ver mont; and so far as these speeches may be token as the party land murks for the future, ws may safely conclude that M slavery the slave oligarchy," MDred Scott,' and the Su preme Court, are to constitute tho leading element of the republican agitation hence forward to I860, and that these ara to be trongly aeasoned with the expenditures, 1 treasury notes, loans and deficiencies of Mi. Bach a nan, administration. On the same evening with this New York republican meeting there was a mixed com mission of the opposition managers 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. — 25 June 1858

AYER'S ' m r .1 j lx Jntimrtic A ins. I - (SUGAR COATED,) A KB aUDI TO CLEANSE TOT BLOOD AND CUBE THS SICK. Invalid, Father, Motner, rnyieia.u, rUIUnthrOiUUf rl their Effect,) and Judge of their Vlrtaes. FOR Till CURE OF Headache. Sick Headache, Foal Stomach. Pn-nwcaa, Pi, May 1, liiii. Dx. J. C km. Sir : t hav bee repeatedly cured of the worst headaeb oy body ma have by a do, or two of your PHI. It Menu to arise rrom foul stomach, which tbey cleans at one. If they will can other M tliej do bm, Ui fact U worth knowing. , Years witbrat respect, KD. W. PRF.nLR, Clerk Steam darim. Billons Disorders and Liver Complaints. DlMRTMIST OF tHl IXTIJUO, 1 WASniXOTOg, I). C, 7 Feb, 18A6. 8t: I bT wed your Pills in my general and lu.IUl practice ver .luce you mini them, aud cannot hesitate to say they an the best cathartic wo employ. Their regu lating action on the lien-1 quick and decided, eonaeqnent ly ty ere in admirable remedy for derangement of thai orgaa. Indeed, I ban seldom fcuod a cam o...

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. — 2 July 1858

y" Ill r-tfn' A V ' : , jnitinl c ! t..'l "" '' ' - .!..! rl.M 1,. !; . (!; i: ! n?ni I :, 4 i - t 'I I . ! , ; i. .1 -BY; SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1858. VOL. X.-NO. 510 TH FOB? IS PUDLtflltKD EVERY FRIDAY, AT (TWO DOI.LAH9 FEU IfiABi , -- PA tABLX tN AD VAtfVK. A4rertlemnn will be charge! 91 nr tnunr fit Hna, or lens, for the flnt UiMrtlon, ami (M) cent for ack MklnMne. A Hwtrnl !wlncon matte to those Who MlTertlee by th jm. tW"l'eroni lending ariver Utetaenlt hiait mark the number of time ihejr ileifre he Hiflerted or they wilt be continued until forbid and that aeeorrtlnrly.f For aaooanclnf the aiuaef of oandtdateiTor offlc,fBt OtUtiarTnotleeioTerl9Unei,oharged fttthertgnUr tdrertltlng ratei, . - AlleommunlcaUoatlntendedto promote the pr.Tn.te fiatoot Intereeta of Oornorntlont, tacteMe, School or bidlrlduaWt will be charged at adTertlnementi. jab Vorkeuehas Pamphleta(MlnuteitOlrentara, Oardi, Blank, Handbills, 4c, will be executed In good tyle, and on reasona...

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. — 2 July 1858

ATHENS POST. 1. 1. IVMS,BDITOB ARD raOPAIETOB. Tufl s 1 a yr, yyb4 in hItsho. . h. jmptr tiMMitliiMl Mtn all arrssrsfM art ABsatn aM of eanflklaus tor saVs B, Ouk, OkHoar? NMtoM m It Un,bsrce Unnfvlu eCnrUsInf rata. AM MMNntaMlml bits M MransM Ids srlTsts MHta ar mniK OsraarsUaM, SocMM, eohoeUj t ssUrMsaJa, U1 k slnrf u idmtlmnu. At Kent, Mimt july . lata. MhNliaTIOII AID CONCERT. Th Examt- Alloa of th Ninth SeMion of. Mrs. Cooks' .a School will take plate on Tuesday and Wed aesday, tho 13th And l4lh of July next. f J ! LI voawero j oswsy mgni. ... - Foaisr Hill AcAotajr. Aa Exsmlos. tioa oT tho Student of Foreot Mill Academy will take plaeo oa Thursday Aod Friday, th 8th Ad 9th of July. HP . Wo sra requested to announce that tho Examination of tho Pupil of tho Madl aoovllle Fwnar AeAdomjr, will Uk place on tho lot nd 3d day of July, and that th onion will elooo on th evening of tho 3d, with' Concert by th Class In Must, And th reading of Essay by tho Senior Class, upon whom Graduat...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 July 1858

RAILROAD FARES AND FREIGHTS. Oar wpMted eonUmporary of tht Knox villa Bonfliern' CIHiea take a atrnnga view of lh policy which should govern (lie con dael of Railroads. It la opposed to tha dls erlminatibsj which U aeually Disdain fnvorof through, fsrea ovsr local fares, and thinks It anjual to those who make tha roads to tiara to pay mora fyr travelling over them than faatlatnaa living, at a distance and who never coalribatrd one rent to the enterprise. In other words, the Cititen thinks It wrong that eitlxea of Knoxvtlla ahoold ba nsda to psy.fonr rents per mile to ride to Joneaboro', While Uie citizen of New York or New Or leans should be made to pay only three cente par tiflle. Now, H aeenia to as that there la nothing wrong in inch a policy, and moreover that It la founded on justice and reason, snd war ranted by' universal custom. If a Livery atable man hire yon a buggy and horsa for one hour, lie will charge you one dollar. If heJiire.lt for a day, ho will charge you three do...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 July 1858

' 1 AYEIVS CHERRY IVS. PECTORAL, ,3") tO IBM BAF OHM or Cold. C(hs, mm lloanenes. "' Baranu, Misa, h Dm. Da. J.O. Avaei laoaothwlfa.t.tos..' m kM loaieSv I have mr M A j.iiIU1 lpMlol eUMO, "roar OMM1 riorauk in TOi Cjr aeerlie. awl my Auallj I a nan baa mxrwrn W lo pa Aw il la i. tha treatment WkL KNIUIIT. M.P. iOIITLIIT,,fOIO,H.T,WTltllIll mmm aaar nani wnlf and la my fcrallv m erne aaa tavantM II. aaq .WTU n ine anaj aciunD pw Maai mr pat ml Wllk a bad eoM av twi.tr ar. Man fcr a boUk thai t Uwr andj. 1 aboard enonav to without U, or (nam. WkMlllf ClHIa-tl. laflamMe Inmnu, Uiav, r.b. I, 1HSA Mm Aral! I rlll ohanrf oil oartiry rr Moral It Uw Saet manly we ..Bale. ir the can of wbooplef an, and Use cnsaa CMWIW or miMrwa. vr.oi Mr fnMrnllJ la the Mia anpiaclaW roar sain, aw AHtM M, "0, Vinnur, In, writes, M Ju, lMt I baa a tadkras Inflaanai, which conftrMd dm In doors li weakai took snanj aMdldDM wllhoat rrilefi thi.li. fried yamf Ictcrat by th. mirk of our ctnjnun. To iat Aaaa vwhav...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 July 1858

Vim rt9 ' ,' ' i ' . BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1858. VOL. X.-N0. 51h TERIIIII THE POST IB PLULISHED EVERT FBIDAT, AT TWO DOLLARS PER TEAR FA YABLK jy ADYAFCK. AJnrliMaiealt arm b charted SI per nun fit 11 set, or Lets, for the Brat hi eertloa,an4 So sea u far eh eonllnuanee. A liberal rtrl action nidf to thM wne advertise by the rear, f3rPreoaaeaMliatadTer UmombU nuit nark the number ef tieae they deatre theia inserted, or they will be eotrtlnaed antUTortoM aad aharged aeoardlngiy.a ' for announcing the name of eandldatesforoflce,!! roe. Obktaary notlceioTerl!Mnei,harfed atthcrefular advertising ratea. Alleemaaanieatloaslntendedle promotethe private nda ar Interests of Oorporatlona, Societies, Bchoolsor Individuals, will be charged ei adreniaementa. i h) Wark.ncliM Paraphleta. Minutes, Gireulara, Oards, Blanki, Handbills, Ac, will be executed Id food ttfta. and as reaeoaaMe terms. All lettera addressed to the Proprietor, poet paid ,wlll be promptly attenaea to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 July 1858

ATHENS POST. P. IVIMS.1D1TOB AND PROPRltTok. Trnil-!trr, payable la advaaca. M- Na HMf dUeoatioued until til vmnCI ar ,W, except a th opikm of Ihe Pbli.hr. aaDoaaatnr aaawa ar candidal for office a, Cash. Obituary Notices mf 1 line, char fed at the regular Sdr.rtl.tni rale. i All communication. Intended to promote the private oaa ar IntereMi af Oarnmratlona, 8oett1e, Bchaats ar adlrldoalt, will be ch.rg.u as auverliseuieDta. ATHENS. miPAY. jtxy 9. g8. Notice. Peiaooa having ic their posses ion Book and Magaiines belonging to the eubscriber, will please retorn them. , S. P. Ivirs.' y The Examination exercises at Foreat Hill Academy will close with an Exhibition, by the Student, to-night, (Friday.) Exawratior ard Corcert. The Exami nation of the Ninth Session of Mrs. Cooke's School will take place on Tuesday and Wed nesday, the 13th and 14th of July next. Concert Tueadsy nlfhi. ; flf Circuit Court for Bledsoe county moeta at Pikcville on Monday next, 12th. We have had rain almost ever...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 July 1858

p lion. Nathan Greens has lately been rudely assailed for entertaining anti-slavery Tieve. He vinJicates himself in the subjoin ed lettter to the N ? 1 1 v i 1 1 e Patriot : Afeurt Editor: I am under many obliga tions to you for the notice you take, in your paper of Tuesday, of an attack upon myself, aud upon the Jaw.Solio5 at this place, made in the Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser. The article in the Advertiser is a strange miscon struction and perversion of the paragraph of my letter referred to; and had the letter, taken at whole, (as you well remark,) been considered, I think it would have been im possible fur any sensible, fair mnn, to have impuieu 10 me me sentiment- micgcu agniiisi me by the Advertiser. It will be remembered that I was writing to the Secretary of the Tract Society, in view of the annual meeting Hint was to lake place on the lzlh of May. At tins meeting tlie fx ecutive committee was to be elected, .tlie l uI- :. - - - - i - . i usuing committee to ue npjHiinieii,...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 July 1858

AYER'S Cathartic Pills, (SUGAR COATED,) AM KADI TO CLEANS TBI BLOOD AHD CUM TH nCX vallate, Fw.lre, Mem., w . ' rallaaatlaraplalB, read their EftocUs and Judge of thalr Vlrtaae. FOR. Till CURB ur they cleans at once. If tliey will cms gibers as tbej do H the tact n worth knowing;. - BUiou Disorders and IJver Com plaint. tBMM or vaa IsrrsaioB, I WaSHIMTO, D. C T ft., Mlf I weed roar Till la my geoeral ana aortal tm IkaTaaarfyoarl savYhTy ere Iblbeet cathartic w. empmv. Their rega satlni, erUoa aa lb to quirk and decide i made nana www . the, are aa admirable rame.iv ajr wui"" JJJ; luldead, I have eeMosa band a aa of eaiaans au Zo obstinate lhat It did BOt readily v Wd to tbem. Drtery, Bolai, end Woraja. Mat omea. HssruBB, Uf. Co, Mica, ISov. IS, IMA. T. Ami Voar Pilla an lb perfection of BjedlciBO. They have doce my wits Brora food Ihaa I can toll yoB. She bad bra akk and pining away ft Btontba, Wan eft ta ba doctored at greet espense, but got aobauar. She tka otammencsd taking your ...

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