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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 July 1858

ill. 5 cr BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JULY 10. 1858. VOL. X.-0. 512. v.. u si is terms: the post 13 published every friday, AT TWO lftO TLA KS I Fit VI" All J A YABLJE IN AD VANCX. Advertisement will be charged 91 per iquare 9111 unci, or leu, lur the nrst insertion, and cents for ach eonttouaoce. A liberal deduction matta to those who advertise by the year. tWIVriuns leotliiKadver ttiemeata must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be vuuliniwd until forbid mad cars;eii accordingly. l fur aanouaciac the aainci of c&adidatetror office, 95 Obituary noticesoTerl2llnes,chargcd attheregalar .ayerusing rates. All communlcatinnstatendrd to promote the private ends or intercuts of Corporations, Societies, Schools or indiriauals, will be chared as advertiseinentt. Job Wnrk. such u P&mnlilfts.Mlniitcfl.Clrrulars Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in good style, and en reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, postp...

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. — 16 July 1858

.a ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVINS.KDITOR AND PROPRIRTOR. Terms! Si a year, payable in advance. ftT No paper discontinued until nil arrearage! art paid, except at tlie option of the Publi.her. Announcia mmei of candidate! for offlce !, Cain. Obituary Notlcet over 14 llnes.cbargeU at the regular advertising ratei. , ,L , , All communication! Intended to promote the private end! or inlerrnu of Oriortioni, Societies, School! or odividusls, will b cuarg.d aa advertiieraenta. ATHENS, till DAY, JI'E.Y 16. 1858. ' We ore again compelled to publish that w cannot insert obituory ootiert of inordinate length unless paid (or at usual ad vertising rates. Where such notices do not occupy more than' fifteen or tweuty lines, they will be inserted without charge. Forest Hill Academt. Absence inat neighboring county prevented us from at tending the Examination at Forest Hill Academy last week. Ve understand, how. ever, that it was satisfactory to the friends and patrons of the School. We regret to learn th...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 July 1858

For ths Pott; AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION. Jfr. Editor : Knowing the vantage ground 70a posses orer any of your correspondent, M ft public journalist, in investigating any subject you know to well how to put your prefixes and iufliias to their articles yet, 1 will Ventura again to endeavor to sustain ilia all for a Convention to amend our present Constitution, and will, with pleasure, refer you, Mr. Editor, and your numerous readers, to the elaborate report of the Chairman of the Senate's Committee on Private Corpora tions, which you will find in Senate journal, page (3-4, of the session of the Legislature of ltSS-6; and said report was accompanied with bill (No. St.) entitled "A bill to amend the General Incorporation Laws of this State, and to retrench the expenses of Legislation," which bill became a law; and will also refer those who niay wish to aee the law, to the Acta of the Legislature of 1865-6. page 614. I furthermore take pleasure in referring you to the action of the House...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 July 1858

AYER'S CUE It II Y rECTOUALJ FOR TUB RAPID CUIIB OF vC? Colds Coufflis ami Iloaisrin'ss. n Bin nun. Mam 2 th Hoc, lST.fi. 1. J. C. A r tk : I do nol hwiute to say the IhsI rrmmly 1 lmf pfr found for Cnuirli. II)iirftnfMt4, Inttuetir.ti. anil Uio Cfinrttiulimit syuifitoinso. a Cold, is your CMRRRT rCT'JRAL. Its dgltstai). UDt) in my prnrtiru snl my family It tao lust tea your h.u shown it to oo-ui tiM rlor TirHif fur the trkttii:it of ttiew oomplaiiiu. KBKN KNU.11T, M. D. A.D. MOKTLKr. Esq., of Utica, N. Y writ: I hfwe wetl your Vrfri rty-nlf and la my family over fine yon In rented it, Ht.l behove it the btwt medlein for its Hirte over put nut. With InuI cold 1 should sooner iay twoty flvu it..lliirs for a bottlu than do without it, or Uks any oilier n-wudy.1 Croup, Whooping Cough. Influenza. hmuNuriiLD. aiW, t'eb. 7, 1S56. Ttaorwtt Aim: I will clifwi fully certify ymir JxJi'ral W the bent ruined y we !. for the cure of whooping utiKh. rronp. aii'i th I'luwt riiKtmses of children. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 July 1858

r 7 V mm i . i BY SAM. P. IVINS. i ': " ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1858. VOL. I.-B0. 513. TERIIIi TBI POST IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, AT XWO DOLLARS PER YEAR, rAXABLB IN ADVASCB. Advertisement wfll be charged tl per square fit lines, or lese, for the Brat Insertion, and to eenU for oh continuance. A liberal rieduetion made to thoM who advertise by the jear. (Wfmoat sending adver tisement mait mark the number of limea they deairs .jirnu m.vricu, or iney win oe continued untu forbid and viiarKeu accorainfriy., For announciM ihemuaeaof muirilri.i.arnr ass.. en CoiW -- ObiwarynotlceioTerminea.charged atthererular adrertialns rates, ...fiTiS tadlTldaala, will be charged as adrerttsements. eT. BhTnk.' hCiwiH mP,;'Mlnu''.Ci'cUr., C." ?'"" Handbills, Ae., will be executed In good trie, nd on r ecu on able trmi. Alt letteri addressed to the Proprietor, pott paid , will ETC rUUlH (HVC1IIICQ u. Persons at a distance sending ns the n&mei of four toWent subscribers, will be entitled to a...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 July 1858

ATHENS POST. B. P. 1VISS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Tmrmui M a rear, payable in adranee. tif No paper discontinued until all arrearages art BiiJ, except at tha option of the PublUher. Announcing names or candidates for olllce Caah. Ohituarr Notices oerli I'oes, charged at the regular advertising ratca. All communications Intended to promote the prirata nda or intcresta of Corporation, Societies, Schools or Bdiriduala, will be charged as adroniMiucuts. ATIIKMS. FItlDAY, JII.V 83. 1858. Commercial lelter from Savannah failed this week. Stockholders' Meetins. The Annual Meeting of the Stockholder East Te nnessee nod Georgia Railroad, will be held at the Company' Office, Athens, on Vednesday, 1st day of September. See Notice next Iagc fjy The Report of the Examining Com mittee at Mrs. Cookk's School, handed in Thursday morning, too late for this week. It shall appear next. . Athens Literart Association. The Stockholders of the Athens Literary Asso ciation are requested to meet at the Court...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 July 1858

Tat the Tort. " ' ROANE COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SO C1LTY. At a meeting or lit Koane county Airr! cultural Society on the 6rt Mouday of Joly, 1858, the following uamed person were ap pointed Judges, at ilia Fair to be held at Kingston, on the 12th, mb and 14th days of October, next; On Field Crop. R. IL Abbott. A. McK.en ny, Joe. Brasheara, T. J! Maaon, C. C Wester aud L. L. Tomato u, Firtt Clot, Cottle. VI. A. Lenoir, G. Ceunieheal, A. Cooler, Win. ilcElwee and A. J. Burum. i Second Clot Cattle F-oaD& A. & Le noir. T. A. Brown and John Py att, ar. Fat Cattle. J'o- Y. Smith, II. Legsett, A J. Ish and T.J- Tipton. Vint Clat llorte . Wm. B. Hope, W in. C. Julian, Bobby Winton, Wm. A. Henley, Wm. P. Martin, Alex. Bradford aud V. Bal lard. Second Clan Hone. Jno. Wilson, W iu. Harnett, T. J. Burris, Wui. L. Ueaderick and A. H. Crowder. Male mnd Ae.3o Hembree, J. L. Dos, Tho. Gallaher and O. D. Wright. Sheep. Samuel 1'vatt, Jno. Crowder, W. H. Boyd and E. S, L'-.ily. JSwiae. Geo. Galla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 July 1858

AYER'S it nnflmrtlf Pill. SJ - (SCO All COATED,) fj AU MADE TO CLEAR SE TEI BLOOD AKD CTOS TKE SICK. IiavaUld, Father, Mother, l'hyaiuuuu. Philanthropists, read their CffccU, tuil Judge of their Virtue, roR tiik cure or ' Headache, Sick Headache-, Foul Stomach. Prmoii.au. Ps-, Mar 1, leii. Da. J. C Art. Sir : I hv beeu repeatedly cured or tli worst tiwufei ha any body en have bj or two of jour Pill. It MOM to arise from foul stomach, wnien they cleanse si out. 1 f they will car oilier a Uy lue. Ike hut I worth kuuwing. . w Yuun with groat rit, TO- W. PREBLE, CTt i Steamer IXarum. . Bilious Disorder, and Mver Complaints. . Ihmhtmibt or Ta lsriaioa, 1 W ASHIBflTDJf, 1). O, 7 lob, 1W6. 1 But- J hT ned your fUU in oragenertl and hospital practice ever since you made theni, null cannot hesitate Is uy they an tlio best cathartic w enil"y. Their regu lating action on tlie lirer i quirk ud decided, conseo,ncDl ly that an in dmlmbleremely for derangement of that oigan. Indrad.I have seldom f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 July 1858

it ft eiti H I si a itu FT BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TETO., FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1858. VOL. X.-KO. 514. Till PO?T IS PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, AT TWO OM,AKS PEII YEAH PA YA BIS J.Y ADVA NCB. AdrertlaemcnU will be charged 11 per square fli Unas, or less, for the Drat insertion, and fto cents for ach continuance. A liberal rieiluclion made to thos rhn A Trrtiax h tha trmmr m . , J . ' . n ' 1 1 CI1 1 II R Miicr- UMmenta muit mark the number of timet they desire M '"T"'. lncJ"'n continued until forbid and For announcing tha uainet of candldatciforofflee.lS Obituary notleeiorer It linef charged attherei-ular advertllln rmta Ail communications Intended to promote the private ' interest! 01 corporation", Societies, Schoolsor loaiviuuan, win oe cnargea as advertisements. , a h iich p.mni,it. VI ; rt..i. Cardi, Blanki, Ilandliilli, Ac, will be executed In good' Kyle, and on reasonable terms. Alllettera addressed to the Proprietor, postpaid ,wlll pe lruuii j nurniiea to. Persons at a distance send...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 July 1858

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IV'INS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Trrra : i yr- payable ln ilnce. 4f So paper duconlinued until all arrearages art BiiJ, except at the option of the Fiibli.ber. Annount-in( naioei of candidate lot olnre , Cah. Obituary Nuticea over li line, charged at the regular drerttaiiig rate. All communication! Intended to promote the prirate coda or intercut! of Corporations. 8oeltlet, School! eT Bd!rtdu!, "ill h chir.'fd aa adrertUementi. ATIIi:.VS fit I MAY, JII.V 30. 1858. Wheat. Thu price offering at this place ia 63 cent for prime Red, and 70 cents for While, Corn, 40 cents per bushel. Bacon, do demand, as we are in funned. 3fThe Protracted Meeting al Cedar Spring Camp Ground, which had been In ses sion nine days, closed on Sunday livening last. We understand there were forty pro fessions of religion. Camp Meetixg. Camp Meeting at Cedar Springs Camp Ground will commence on Friday, the 20ih of August. Utah. We have been favored with some interesting extracts from letters wr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 July 1858

PACIFIC RAILROAD. lllttllLY I M PUB. TART. Th. folloiiir reliable news from the Southern 1'acifio U Vilroad, will be received with pleasure ly Ilu- bona Jute subscribers. We copy from tlio Memphis Appe:il: Commercial Hotf.l, Memphis, July 15, 1853. To the Editor Memphis Appeal: Through the influence of your p.-iper, and otherwise, ninny honest persons have been Induced to take stock to renter or Ins dc gres ill tlio Southern l'uciliu it;iilruiid Coin jwliy. It has bren churned Hint the ninny li.-ive been sacrificed for tlie benefit of few. I liuve nothings o do w ith the- merits ol' Ihii ease in this correspondence. I have this iiinroiujr received from Texas both letters mid perM, which iis,uro uie, that on the 3d inst., Or. J Fowl Us had grant- ed lol.i.i.aii injunction, Hie amount of which can only result to the uentht of all the stockholders, so that 1'ieir interests may in the meantime, and with proper diligence, be fully protected and lien-alter preserved. The Koad, at lust, it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 July 1858

AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, . FOB TUB BAPID CURB OF Colds, Courts and Iioai.eiicss. Buniu, Mass, SOth Dee, 1RM. Da. J.O. Alas: I do not hesitate to say lb best remedy I have ever found for Coughs, lloereeneae, lnflnonia. aud the concomitant amplomsuf aCold.leyoiir Casaav Pscroaau Iti constant nse in my practice and my family for the last ten yean baa ahown It to possess snpe tior virtues for the treatment of thees) nmolainla. EBKN KNIUilT. M. It. It A.B. MOBTLEV,EQ.,of Utica, N. Y.. write! "Ihava and yonr lYctorol myeelf and la my family ever sines too Invented It, and believe it in beei medicine for Ita purpose ever put ont Witb bad cold I alionld aooner pay twenty DTeciollam for a bottle than, do without It, or take any otbar remedy." Croup Whoonlna; Congh, Influenza. " BFKiitaruLD, ihM., Feb. 7, Ihoft, Baonm Arr: I will cheerfully eertlfy yoor ftctoral Is the beat rem id t we possess for the curs of whooping congh, croup, and the cheat dieraaaa of children. Wo of your fraternity In t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 August 1858

- . .1 HI 5 tn n BY SAI. r. IVINS. ATHENS, TETO., FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1858. VOL. L-KO. 515. TEI1JISI TUB POST 18 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, AT TWO IMH.I.AHS rU 1AU, PAYABLg IS ADTASCK. Adrertlseoten Is will be charged s 1 per square of U line, or less. Cur the first iasertien, aud AO nU for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who edverUse by the year. (VPertoas sendingadrer liMornts must mark the Dumber of times they desire them in Mr ted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly. For announcing the urines of eandidateefor office, 5, " Obituary notices oyer IS lines, charged attheregolar advertising rates. Alleommunicatlonsintendedto promotethe private sods or interests oi uorporji c::;:tr,roc3: Individuals, will Be charged as advertisements. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Mlnutes.Circnlars Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed In good trie, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will se prompuyaiienaea to...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 August 1858

ATHENS POST. t. r. ITINS, EDITOt AND PROPRIETOR. Trnai X II a Tear. pavaM ia advance. V N paper ciaeoutlaued antil all arrearages art paid, ezecpt ai tac epiioa or trie ruDiuner. Aaaoaacina aaaies of candidates for olnca 15. Cash. Obituary Nuicet over It lines, charged at U regular advertliiDf rates. AU oooiBaQicaUoBi Intended to promote the print ads or interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or dirtdaala, will M charged as adrertUementa. ATHEilS, FRIDAY. .4.1 C, 8 18&8. RELIGIOUS NOTICE. Mr. Editor Pleaie permit toe to say that the time of holding the Cam?-Meeting at Can Creek it changed from the 3d fas the 17th September. C. LONG. Aug. 8d, 1838. Aa Address. We are requested lo state that the Rer. Mr. Hoffaier ban contented to deliver an Address before the Athena Lit erary Association, at the Court House, at 8 o'clock, on this Frifrty evening. Circuit Court Will commence here next week. We hope our friends who may happen to be in attendance, and who are in arrears to thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 August 1858

A TRIP ACROSS THE PLAINS. A friend now In Utah, sends us the fullow. Id" sketch of hi trip' in the direction ol Jlormondorn: I left St. Josephs fur Great Salt Lake City, tlia 6th of June, m a passenger in the mail tag or ambulance, a light-covered vehicle on springs, and so rrcngd a to afford com. fori able tleeping quarter. One baggage wsgon containing camp equipage, provisions, ic, nine men and twenty mules, constituted tin caravan with which we set out to brave the perils of the Great American Desert. All of the mules were in a atate of nature none of them ever having been harnessed be foreand the "top o' the morning" was eon. aumed in getting them hitched up; but by 1 1 o'clock we had eight in leading lines, and crossed the river into "bleeding Kansas." The first evening two of our mules gave out, and we bad to substitute wild onea Tram our drove and again go through the process of breaking in." The next dny another "gave ,' it o er. ' ' On the 8th, we arrived at Bij$ Blue, ISO ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 6 August 1858

TT) AYER'S p , Uathaiuc 1'ills, -JiJ7 (SVU I It COATED,) - 4j ALB MAUK TO cita;;: t-tk r-ood asd ctoe the sick. Jurr.I.i'. lalliera, Mothers, Physicians, . i:li.Iuui:irn;iltr read lUelr Kflvcts. .. mill Judge of their Virtues. Hill TIIK critK OF l!cf!!lnr!i?, Sicl; If rml:irlip, Ton! StomHch. I'lTIMIt'Ml. I'A., Slav I, I0O. D. J. C. Aim. fie: I hare been rniealeiily cured of tlir wor.t lii.iul.i-lio uny Lwly eon hate by a doee or two t vour ITU. It soeuisloarwfivniafoiil.tottiai-li.wbirh Jhev cleanse lit mire. If llny will cuia others a thij uo tun, the Inct i. fiuilh kuuwing. Vuura Willi areal rwpact. KD. W. PRFHLB, Clrrk of KUamer durum. Ililion Disorders and Mver ComplHlnU. DKJMBTMEXT OF Till nTHl'W, I . -,..,i.in. I). C7 Feb.. IWlft I c, . t i..,. nu.l i.mr Pills lu niT general and hospital fire'l'-e err 'luce ' nunle them, d cannot hesitate to Kir lliey Are the iiest raiiiaruc w ctu'ij. n tilling actios ou Hie ttwr to nulrk and decided. eomwunen. ly lli- are "U admirable remedy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 August 1858

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1858. YOL. X.-K0. 51G. TERni! TRI FOST IS PUBLISHED IVEBT rAtDAY, AT TWO DOLLARS PER YEAR, PA TABLt IJf AD FA JfCJt. Advertisements (tl b charged II per iquti til lines, r less, tor theSrstlomrtion, and M cents ror each eMtismaaea. A literal Seduction made to thou advertise by (he year. tVPersoot stn-ltr.sad-cr-Uwaenu bun mark the number of time they desire them mserted, er they will be continued until forbid and Charted accordingly.. for announcing the uamei of candldatesforofflce,S5, (kn. Obituary notices ever It lines, charged attherefular advertising rates. lllcommunieatlonalntendedto promote the prlrate and! or Interests of Corporations, Boeieties, Schools or Individuals, will De charged as advertisements. Jak Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars Cards, Blanks, Handbills, will be exeouted In good airle. and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid ,will be promptly attended to. Persons at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 August 1858

ATHENS POST. .F.1V1NS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terra : t i a year, payable In adrance. 17" So paper ditcominurd until all arrearage art piicl, except at the option of the Puhliaher. . Annoanciii ntmci of candidate for offlc t, rash; Obituary Notices orer IK linea, charged at the regular sdrerlialne; ratee. ...... All aoamtunleatlons Intended to promote the private emit or Interetta of Corporation, Societies, Bchoola or odiriduala, will be charged aa adrertiaement. ATHENS HIIUAV. MO. 13, 1868. Address. Mr. J. R. Neal, a recent gra duate of Emory & Henry College, will, by request, deliver an Address to the Athens Literary Association, tliis Friday evening. He is said lo be a young gentleman of fine literary attainments, and we hope to see a full attendance to hear him. fjf Circuit Court hns been lit session here the present week, Judge Patterson, of the upper Circuit, presiding. A good deal of business has been disposed of. Among other cases, that of St. John v$. The Railroad. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 August 1858

AN EXTRA SESSION OF TIIE LEGISLATURE. TTe regret to see that there if beginning to be serious talk about petitioning Got. Harris to call an extra session of the Legisla tare of tiiia Stste, for tli purpose of attempt ing to pan mmt kind of a relief lav law authorizing tl.e Bank of Tennessee to re ceive foreign Dank notea on deposits. To the measure itself we are not sure that we have any serious objection at present at leeit we have none which we deeire to urge jixt at thia lime hut against the assembling again of the present members composing the legislature, in their official capacity within the Capitol of this State, we have objec tions as plenty as blackberries and so, we venture to say, have the people. In the first place, we believe that those who talk most glibly in favor of a recall of the Legit- J lature, ir tliey would but reflect a moment, would iiiilaully abandun all hope of obtain ing the rtiief they seek from that bodvt Would not the identical men who framed the presen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 13 August 1858

AYER'S CHERRY PECTORiVL, FOR TUB RAPID CURB Or Cold. Coughs, and Hoarseness. RaisrisiD, Mass., Hh Dec, 1865. Pa. J. a Aim : I do not rnnltsw toay the beet remedy 1 hire ,ver found for Cnoghs, linaxaeneaa, lnflnenta. and the enncnmltant aymptomsol Old, la yonr Cinn PtcroiiAL. lei constant am In my pracUesand my family fr to last ten yean baa shown It lo possess atipn rior virtues for the j'"'r"t 'J"" KRKN KNIUHT, hi. D. A B. MOItTLK V, EQ-,of Unci, Hi T., writes : I hava i ,otlr iwjnrai mvielf and Id my family evor since. vl invented It, and bellevs it the beat medicine fur Ita uunxiM aver pu' "nt- With tol( I ahonld sooner pay twenty flva dollara fur bottle than do witbout It, or Sake any other remedy.'" Croup. Whooping Cough, Influenza. gpniRorir.LD, Miss Fsb. 7, 1H66. Itaornn Avxa! I will cheerfully certify yonr Acoral la the beat remedy wa possess for the cure of whooping cough, croup, and the cheat diseases of children. He of your fraternity hi the South appreciate your eklll, a...

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