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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 August 1858

ithitt BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1858. VOL. L-KO. 517. tf.iiju: THE POST IS rCllLISHKD EVERT FRIDAY, AT TWO DOLLARS PEIt TEA It, PA YA BLS 1.Y A D YASCB. AH VTtilllcnl will be charged 1 per square of t lines. or fur the first Insertion, and AO cents for ea-h continuance. A liberal deduction made to thoie wim advertise by tha year. 43F"Peraonssendinyadver titeiarnts must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and oharirfd ICCOrilinffl T. 1 For announcing the uamet of eandldateifor office, $5, fllMj. Obituary notices over U lines, charged tttheregular advertising rates. Alloominunicatlon.lntendedto promote the private ends or Interests of uorporations, societies, BChoolsor Individuals, will be charged as advertisements. job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circular,, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed to good .tu .nd on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid .will t...

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. — 20 August 1858

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVIN8, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOS. Trriua! a? a Tear, parable tn advance. IV" No paper discontinued until all arrearage! are paw, except at me optmn 01 c rwinnn. innMinrinr namei of candidates for office So, Cash! Obituary Notice over 11 line, charged at the regular advertising rates. All communications Intended to promote Ine private ends or interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or ndividuals, will be chargad as advertisement. ATHENS, Fill DAY. A TO. 80, 1858. fJST Circoit Court for Meigs sounty com mences at Decatur next Monday 23d. Camp-Meeting. Camp-Meeting at Cedar Spring Camp Ground commenrea today, the 30th. Wheat. A prime article of white wheat commands 80 cents per bushel in this mar ket; and prime red, 75. Forest Hill Academy. The Fall Ses sion at this Institution will commence on ' Monday, the 6th Sept. See advertisement, Amendino THE Constitution. Tho 3d section of the II III article of our State Con slitntion provides against future (.'(inventions ...

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. — 20 August 1858

For the Poll. AMESPING THE CONSTITUTION. Jtr. Editor : You manifest a willingness tint th ubject of changing our Consti lotion should ful'i" discussed, and kept befor th people until the first Thursday in September next, when you any it will disap pear like a bright exhnlntion iu the evening, and never he heard of more, and that it ia a tt( of time to discuss the subject of a Con vention, Ac. Nov, I atk if that manner of meeting a question is not unfair? la it not In keeping with the blnffing no chance argu ments, tTiat can only be tolerated when the people are in a high atate of excitement f And as to your gralaitou remarks about what you are pleased to term "the allusion to revising the translation of the Bible," we pass them over for the present, reserving to ourself the right to have private conversa tion with you upon that subject at some suit able time, ft e will now say we have read and considered the propositions contained in Hon. Mr. BullocVs letter to V. C. V., on the subj...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 20 August 1858

TTD AYER'S Hy Cathartic Pills, JXYi (SUGAR COATED,) Af AUB MADB TO CLEANSE THE BLOOD AND CUBE THB SICK. ls.vali.la, Fathers, Mother., Physicians, Philanthropists, read their Effects, and Judge of (heir Virtues VOIl THE CURB 0? Head rich o, Sick Headache, Foul SWmRcta. Pimiwau, P., My 1, , Da. J. C. ATM. Sir: I havs beeu repeatedly the worst headache an; body can liar; by a done i or two of jotir Pill.. It mm to arias from a fowl .tooiai h.hlftl they clean., at once. If they will cure other, a. the; do Hie, the fact l worth knuwlng. rnpnlR. Xonn with great respect, ED. W. '''" Cleri o Senawr CIunM. Bilious Disorders and Mer Complaints. 1FAKTMIIIT OS Wl IaIOS, 1 WASiusoTori, D. C 7 yen, 1864. f Bnf 1 liavs med your 1'iHa in my general and hospital cradle, .rer aince yon made them, and cannoth.lut to mr tlioy are Uie beat cathartic we employ. Their regulating- action on the Urer ia quirk and decided, consequent ly they are an admirable, remedy for derangeinentaof that oraaa. Indeed, I ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 August 1858

P,Y SAM. P. IVINS. YOL. X.-flO. 518. terms: tiik post 18 published evert friday, AT TWO DOI.LAIM PKIl YE A It, PA i'A BIB IN ADVA NCS. Advertisements will be chartardtjl per square ofl lines, or lees, for the first insertion, and &0 cent! for ea.-h continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. (VPersons sending adrer tiieinenls must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly.. for tnnouncing the unmet of candtdateeforofflce,t 5, Cii'- Obi' iary nntlcetoverlS lliiei,chui-red attheregular advertising rates. Allc.iimiiunicatlonalnteniledto promotethe private ends or interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertisements. Job Work uch as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, nianlis. Handbills, Ac, will be executed In good style, and on reasonnble terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid ,wlll be promptly attended to. Persons a...

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. — 27 August 1858

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IV1N8, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Trrrait '1 a T ear, payable In advance. T" No paper itincontinneri until all arrearages are pai.l, ni.t at the option of ttie I'ulillahcr. Annonnclriff name of candidates for office $5, Cah. Obituary Notices over 12 Hues, charged at the regular advertising rates. All communications Intended to promote the private ends or Interests of Corporations, Sort-ties, Schools or odividualj, will be charged as advertisements. ATII I: VS. I It I It A V, Al. 8T, 1858. Stockholders' Convention. The annual convention of stockholders Rust Tennessee and Georgia Railroad wiil be held ot the Company's oflice, Alliens, on Wednesday next, the 1st dny of September. Athens Feuals College. The First Session commences on the bth September. See advertisement next page. . Sickness. We regret to learn Hint there Is an ar.osunl nmount of sickness along the waters of Connsnugn nnd Chestun, in the Southern portion of this county the disease in many rnsos proving fa...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 27 August 1858

t : A S1JALL WAIL We copy from the Duck town Eng!e of Aug. 10, Hi following letter from tin- Sher iff of Folk county, giving mi account of small war which tem to be rnging between 1 portion of '.lie people along the borders of the two State of North Carolina and Ten nessee: Mr. Editor: Some time in 1855 a difficul ty occurred between loine North Carolinians and Tenneaaeeana living near tne Stale line. Shurt!) after, ono of the North Carolinian as arrested on the Tennessee aide, who knocked the officer down with a stick, and Blade hia escape. Hostile encounter! woold occasionally take place; at length, in 1857, aome four or five nien from North Carolina made an assault on a man on the Tennessee aide-, cutting and etabbing him aeverely with knives. For some line after all appeared quiet, when in the month of June last, early one morning, aotne men from North Carolina cme over to Tennessee, went to the liotisu of a gentleman and attempted to beat him ilh slicks, lie fled, was pursued t...

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. — 27 August 1858

AYER'S C II Ell 11 Y PECTORAL, FOR THE ItAPID CUBB Of Cold. Ooiijflis. ami IIoaicness. B1FMLD. MM aitll DC- IWS. Ds.,1 C. A: I HKit lirii'eway Ihr Ust r.-m-ly I h o ever fiiwl tr Oii.-hs. Ilwrsenesa Inniieii'il- nl the eoiiouillant symptoms.. I n did. Is your Cilia' PtmiRSL. Ita OHtslaiit use in my practice and my family t the. l"t ten T.r tins sle.wu il to l "! riorVinu.-s for flu treniiuent of Ihess) ......I.....U. KBMi KNM.IIT, M. 1. I A II ioitTI.KV.F.s.,fUricA,N.Y., write. :M have nxi.l .ur l"nd myself and Id my frunilv r since yiHt liiul'd it, and la-He, it the ll niedlrlne fur It purism ever ut out. Willi il Isul cold I should KOiiar put irniv IH dollar fur a bottle than do wiUkhiI It, or Uk any oilier remedy." Croup, Whooping Cough, Inflaenzfi. phinunixd. Mia.. Feb. 7 lon. nRHTilu Ann: I will cheerfully certify yonr Moral Is the best remeJy we f"e fir lb cure of whooping eoiiir.li. ciMup. and the elicit disensee of children. We of jour fnticiiiliy III Hi fonili appreciate vo...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 September 1858

Cm If. , . . n BY SAM. P. IVIBfS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1858. VOL. X.-NO. 519. t F. it m s : TUB POST 13 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, AT TWO DOM.AllS PF.lt VMU, PA YABLB I.V ADVANCE. AilTcrtleiniit will b charged tl per square aNV lines, or leu, fur the ftnt insertion, ami 50 ccnta for eai-h continuance. A liberal ilnltiction maife to those wlio advertise bjr tlie year. (3r Persons sending sdrer ii,ements mutt murk the number of timea lliey desire them inserted, or they will he continued until forbid snd Chanted accordingly.., r'or announclug the uuinea of candtdatefor office, $9, (Vl. Oii nary notice! oyer li I Ines .charged at the regular advertising rates. Allcoimiiuiiicationslnteniledto promote the prlrate ens' or Interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or tiTidual, will be chanted as 'lmrllmuiil. Job Hnrkt such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Curds, Hlanks, llandhllls, Ac, will be executed In good style, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Pro...

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

ATHENS- POST. 8. P. IVINS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Tertian 2 li a Tear, payable In ailrance. & No paper diacontinurd until all arrearages are paid except at the option 01 tue runniner. Announcing names uf candidate for office 5, Caih, Obituary Notices overl liuea, charged at thereguUr advertising rates. All communications 'ntended to promote the prlrate nds or Interests of Corporations, Societies, Hchvols or ndiriduuls, will be charged as adrertiseiueuts. ATlllwVN, tlllliAY, SKl'T. 3s 1868. Clerk asd Master. Warner K. Col. VILLE, Esq., has been auin led by Chancel lor Van Dyke, Clerk and Mauler of the Chancery Court for Rhea county, in pine of Johb D. Chattis, Esq., resigned. Bradley. September Term of the Cir. eoit Court eommeneei at Cleveland next Monday, the 6th. Wheat. A prime article of White Bella here .at 80 cents per bushel; Red, 75 cents. Athens Fkmale Collkqk. The First Ses aion at Athens Female College commences next Monday. Tickets of admission can be had of S. K. Kee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 September 1858

AS AFRICAN REVOLT. There i war in Africa, and fur once during the lut 6ve jean, it is entirely disconnected from French interests in Algeria, and also from French intrigue with neiguboringfetatea. Ob thit subject the l'hiladelrdiia Inquirer ontaini the follow.-ng : The truth is, a rebe'lion hits broken out in Morocco against l" r-iperor, Muley Abderr kmn, who "ov eighty-two year of age ci ill he resolved to suppress the revolt, and took the field, with hit ton, at the. head of ery numeroiii torces. me reneis are the Seromure (trile of the interior,) ami accord ing to the latest accounts, they have defeated the lnvtriiil troops in a battle. W barn from the 1'ar.i 1'aya, that the Kinperor on the flat of May, set "out from Meckinez at the bead of 6KHJ men of the black guards, 4MK) nj.nof the regular infantry, and WtuO horse tnsn to attack the Seininiirs in their own ter ritory, while nil aon, Sidi Mohaiumed, ad vanced wilb 18,0imi men from Haunt for the Mine puroe. The rebel haatily re...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 3 September 1858

AYER'S Cnllinrlic Pills, in, J"- (SVG AH COATED,) AKB UA1IE TO CLEANSE THE ELOOD AND CUBE THE 8ICX. luralltla, fathers, Jloihrr., Physician, I'llltniltllrOilat.. rratl lllrlr Effect., ud Jiulae of llirlr Virtue. 1011 TIIK Ct'HB or HeJachc,SitkI!cndachp,FoiilStomnch. I'm-ui r.u, !', ' 1. 3. C. Arm. Fir : I have Im i-.-.eiiteJiy cured of the worst bcadnrl.e any body can bare ' ,lo" or '? ofjoiir Hill. Itaeeui to arii front .toiilslcniacn. wblcli they cleanse at oner. 1 f lliey will cm. others M they Uo luo, Ihe fact is worth kli" ill?. -,.,, Yum. Willi great KD; W. TREBLE, Or Struma- Clarion. llilious Disorder nnd Liver ComplHinls. DKPAKTXIST ur Till 1NTIK1", I VVasiiisoto., I). O, 7 Feb., Kwl-1 Bra- I Jom '''" in a""-'1111 bospital Dracttc. irrr since you made llieui, mid cannot huaitale to ay they re tin best ratliailic w. employ. Their rcirn. latinf action ou Ilia lirer ia quick and decided. aliae.iirtil ly they are an admirable remedy for dernnfcuicnUul thai orpin. Indeed, I hare ...

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. — 10 September 1858

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1858. VOL. X.-NO. 520. terms: ihk post 18 published evert friday, AT TWO DOLLARS FEU YL.lIt PA TABLE IS A D VASCX. Advertisements) will be charired 1 per square lis lines, or lets, for the Bret insertion, and AO cents tor each continuanoe. A liberal deduction aiane to llioss who adrertise hy the rear. frf-Persons sendinradrer Uiwmeuts most mark the number of time they desire them inserted, or they will he continued antil forbid and chargrd acconlln;ly.jg For announcing tlieuaines of candldatesf or office ,f 5 Obituary notices over 19 llnei.charged attheregnlar advertising rates. All communicaliont Intended to promote the private en'ls or Interests of Corporations, societies, schools or tncliriduali. will be charsed as adYerttwments. Job Vorltauchas Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars Cards, Blanks, llandhills, Ac, will be executed In food trie, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid ,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. — 10 September 1858

AT II E X S r OS T. b7p. IVI.NS, EDITOR AND PKOI'KIKTOK. TrriUt f - s year. raynMe In lrance. No palter ilis-nntitiu,-l until all arrearages are naiil, exre-pt at llic iiptlnn of tl :e I'liblUliir. Announcinsr nainij of ranliil:if for fifties . Cah. Obituary Notice! over 1 J lincs,c!ar?eil at tlie regular ailrertiain rati i. All cooiinuuiiation" liitenlcl to promote tl f private mis or Inter.! of Cirpariitim', fioeitie, Hchtiola or udlviiluals, will bo cuarij.i ai a.lvcrUJciiienn. ATHENS. tltllMV. SI1T. 10, IS5S. ' Vf Having just returned from Cleveland on Wednesday night, we have but little lime or room for cditoral this week. It is probn- ble, however, tlinl llio render will not suller -much by our having been absent. lif Tlio. present uuiuh-T end the 10th volume of the Post. In pursuance of onr plan for several years past, ve will, in " few day, review the subscription list, and ' strike out the names of nil who are in ar rears) for more than twelve month", if they do not pn y up...

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. — 10 September 1858

A CAPITAL ARTICLE. We copy the followingcnpitul article from the Paulding (Miss.) Clarion, the largest Democratic paper in lliat Slate: fanaticism North and South. There can not he i doubt that If the Smith U ever cum relied to resort to revolution lor the pri-acr-vation of her political right, the event be in no stnall degree due to the iiiteiiiperanre nd foily of "'any 1,0 nssumo to be the pe culiar exponent of her opinions und the moat teulous champions of her cause. Ab olitionism receives no such trciigtheniiig aliment as that which it derives from the South jtclf from the violent lanyuno uiul continual clamor against everything North ern, which certain class of politicians ut the South make it their daily business to in dulge. The fanatics of one section are, un intentionally, perhaps, but yet really, the co sdjutors to the other. What is said by Uitidings ami Garrion si the North, is re peatedly the extremists of the South as a correct expression of Northern sentiment. IVhatis...

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. — 10 September 1858

AYEFVS CIIEIUIY PECT011AL, FOR THE RAPID CURB OF Col1. Cougli. niitl Ilouist'iiess. BmMRtiB, M.v-:., fh Th"-. 1WS Da. J.C. Atk : 1 do d"l hesitate t y the Inst r"in.ly 1 have ew found for Conghs. Hoarseness. Intluensa. and th concomitant symplouis..f Old. layoiir Cbiui fuiiMM. lis constaut usa in my practice and my fmlJ ,a'" tun years bu shown ' posses supe rior virtues for ! treatment of these A a JIORTI.KV. K(j.,or Utioa, N. Y., write! I have ami ynnr W'rlora' myself and In my family ever alnc you Inveuted it, and believe it lha beat medicine for ita puniM mr put out. With a ImuI cold I should sooner pay twonty Are dollars fur bottle Uiau do without It, or taka any olhar remedy." Croup. Whooping Cough. Influenzas Spiusoriim, Jli., reb. J, IH06. BaOTBim Area: I will cheerfully certify yonr ftctoral la the boat remedy wa posses for the cure of whooping coiiKh, croup, aud the cheat dieeajee of children. Wa of your fraternity in the South appreciate jour skill, and commend your incdic...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 September 1858

life Jit!) ettp: BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS; TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1858. VOL. XL-IXO. 521. TH POST 18 PUBLISHKD EVERT PRIDAT, AT TWO UOLUttit PER YEAH, PA YABLM IN ADVANCE. Advertlaeaueratsj wl harrred$1 per sqnar fl lines, or leaa, for the Srst insertion, and 30 cents for eai-n continuance. A liberal drilnetloD made to those who adrerUeo by the year. VPeraons sendinnadTer tiMiaenU nil mark the number of tlmea they deaira them inserted, or they will be coutlnued until forbid and chared aceordinly.flfl Cor announcing the names of eandidateafor o flee, 13, Co. Obituary notices over littnes.charged at theregular adrertiiinR rates. Alleamraunicationslntandedto promote the prlyate ends or interests or corporations, societies, Schoolsor Individuals, will b charges aa advert lsements. jab Wsrkeuchas PamnMtta, Minutes, Circulars Csrds, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed Id good style, snd on reasonable terms. Atlletters addressed to the Proprietor, postpaid ,wlll be promptly atten...

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. — 17 September 1858

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IV1XS, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Tf rm:- rear, pinblf in advance. t4F No aper sifcnntinaed nntil all arrearage are paid, except at the option of the Publisher. Annouucinr name of eanlitlates for office $5, Cash. Obituary Notice over 11 Hum, charged at the regular advertising ratea. All communication! Intended to promote the prlrata ndi or lnteresta or Corporations, Societies, Schools or ndividuals, will be charg?d as advertisements. ATIIi:.N, aiAV, SEPT. IT, 1858. H?" Circuit Court lor Polk counlyeoir indices next Monday, Ihe 20th. CiMmnnsD PevrKu!i Synod. We are requested to stale that delegateilo this Synod, which meet nt Greeneville on Friday before the 4th Sabbath in October, will be passed erer the East Tennessee and Georgia Rail road, at half fare that i, full fare one way and return tickets free. State Dibbctois. The following is a, liet of the Directori appointed by the Governor, on the part of the State, in the East Tennes aee and Georgia Kail Road Company, ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 September 1858

HAS A SCHOOLMASTER THE RIGHT TO PUMolI A CHILD, jn (he Court of Quarti- Sessionsin Phil.idel. phia, on Thursday, a caso of some iiilerf8,1 not only to parents nnd gunrdiuiia, but to the teacher in public schools, u na on trial. From report of llie case iu t'io Ltder we quote aa follow: The case was one in w hich n teacher had sued a My tot assault and battery, v. hich, it wai alleged, was committed in the school house, Uerinanlown road and plionix street. The defendant was charged with having en tered the room and ueizinjj the t.acher by h hair of the head, drugging her to tho floor and otherwise maltreating her. The treatment created qiiiu- nn excilruitiil a in on g the scholars, many of whom ran out of the room terror-stricken. The defence was that the tei'dier had severely planished a child of the defendant. This child is about nine vears of age, and has losl the use or her right side; and, it was alleged, that for talking in chool, ahe was struck on the hand with a piece of ratt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 September 1858

'TTF) AYER'S . ! 'H' , Ca.liartic Pills, -iA- (Sld.llt COATED.) J AHB IAUH TO CXSAKSS THE ELOCD A"D CUilB THE EICK. Ai.vnliil., Kaihot, Jlollieia, Fh-reUsain, Plsllaiiliroill, rend tlti'lr Kft'ecU, ; uiitj Jiul-jo of llirlr Virtue. Hut THE Cl'UK OF tlrndnrbt-.Kifk lsiu-daehe,KottlStomR-h. i I'lirsiii im. r.. 'y l. i'W' I.J.C. Attn. Sir: t h.iro iv-.,iI...IIt oiir. l Pf jiii-r Pills. 1 1 pciuk r.. nnw i.. ." - to tlwy rlmii.? at nun. If tli'W will cum oilier. "M" uio, tlif lad i wuilh knowing, nnrnrr Vout. .Ml, K-'-l-'. SSL Hiliona DioiIers and Mver Complaints. '"'"" " IIKMHTHraT or IIII 1 -mains, 1 W ashi-iotos, D. C.f J Feb., P'So. I Rill- I hare nw' y"f ' 'T a"1'1 "'' 'yl,',f1 nracll.'. crer iuc yo made 1 h'i, md ainnolliosiliite to JaTlleyeio the best cathartic w. employ. Their rcga "ling li-ti.m on tho lirrr U quick mill UTi.U-.l. wiiwiiimiI Iv llity ore n admirable remedy for ilerunt-rmrii sot that oiL-iili lmliiil, 1 l"ive seldom fount a case or Mi.ml dlf out ao ol-stinnlc thi...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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