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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 September 1859

V 1 '. I ... i fit .-' - V ' ' ATHENS,. TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1850, 4 v- IV II II II mm mwm sns ejp iii ii is .mom TEEMS: THI POST II FUBLISHKII EVERY ritlDAY, AtTwO Dollar a Vaar, Payable In Advance. $4T No atteah'nn paid tn ni-rfera fr the jiuter Hti aeeummiifni hif Me 6VsA. Advrrtismmrnts will b charged $1 per square of 10 fines, or less, fur (he first Insertion, nlitl 50 centfl for ea-h continuance. A liberal deduction made to IbuM who advortiso by tlto year. ;fWpyPersone sending advertisements must luitrk the number uf times Uioy desire tliciu Inserted, or they will ba continued until forbid and charged accordingly. "W- For annnunciug tha nnmea of candidates, for office, $5, Vnttt. Obituary noticed over 12 linen, charged at regu lar advertising rate. All communications tntonded to promote the private ends or interest of t'nrporations, Isocielies, Hchools or Individuals, will be charged aa adver tisements. Joa Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circu lars, Cards, Blanks, Ha...

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. — 9 September 1859

A ' IT f , . TERMS: To Dollars A YsAn, pnTabte In ',v"" Announcing names of randulates tar eflft-o -,00, Obituary Notices ivr twelve Hoes, charged at the regular advorlMng mien. All o-mmnntt-nlions intcinlcil to promote the pri vate encli or Intoronte of Corporations, Hoclcliet, Hchoolsorludivtduala, will be charged u sdver- Atlicns, t rlday, epl. East Tennessee & Georgia Railroad. "Tho following named gentlemen hare been ro-eleo-ted Directors Kant Tetiiioco and Georgia Utiilrond, on tlie part of the .Stockholder: . 0. Wallace,....., Thou. c. I.von, ., Win. II. Rrao. Thos. H. Callaway Hilicrt Hnead,.... ..... Win. H. Callaway, ..... ' E. Vt'aterh.mse : Thos. Uarrett. fep V. K, Slovoneoji, ,. d.OU 6.0IJ s.usn (1.(1 n n.11112 , 0.013 ....... n.nu o.o i a 5,!W) ; Close of the Volume. Tho present issue closes the 11th vol ume of tlio Pott, and it js proper to ro turn thanks to- the people who have en couraged and sustained it through the trials and tribulations of nearly a dozen yea...

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. — 9 September 1859

, The Vote for Governor. Wo have rficpivt.tlie entire) vote of flirt State, ofllciol and reported. The return from the comition of Bradley, (.'ampbell, l.Vtrler, Cocke, Orcene, .lelli'ruon, .lolin4 non, Mm ion, Mor-iuti, Polk, Klica, Roane, Ncott, Hullivnn, and Waaliington in Eiwt TsnnnKWo: Cannon, Cnll'eo, IMokson, Franklin, nil, Hardin, Ilinkmnn, Low lit, Lincoln, Jlitcnn, Overton, Hnliwtson, Smith, Stewart, Vim Huron, mid Warren, in Miildlo Te.nnesxeo; and Fnyettp, in West Tonnossre, nro reported', lint Ihv Jieveil to . Iio correct, Tho following is tlit result ! . For Illirris . CV2 Xol'ieilaiut CH.liVJ ' Ifiirris' majority! H,Il3 The nit.itrrifiitp vote of tliia year reirlies 144,421, lining l:l,4:J7 laraer than tlnit. of twoyenin flfjo; and 4,tin.i Inrjier tliiiu that oust ill the Presidential election of IS.1I1. Gov. Harris' vote in ft,tl84 larger than it wna two years tijn, and 2.ti'24 larjier thnn Burlianan'a in lH.Vi, while Netheihind's Is only l.tWl larger Ihim Fillmore's...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 September 1859

t- v."" l!r'VFfflfo,. A PwiAvr ot the Klojid, and certain cure fi Perof lor Kiojr's Br II. linbnr AtwrnNM, Hip 1is mm, White Uwc.hnfc, all .Jlt-caw or the Skin, liMawii of th Liver, 1Hkwnb of tht Kiclmy an4 Hpine, Chronic flora Kyvn, 8cM J loaf I, Halt Khewm, H curvy. Chorea or Ht. Vitus' Dance, A nth im, Jaundice, Chronic Rheumatism, Chronic ItobMltjr fnHnwiog Intermittent or Mnlarlou Karers, and all iliteawi arising fruin the ex eplre in of Murcury. Tba Vegetable alterative Is oflured tn the pnMlc a a radical cure for the hIm,vo nanu-il dist-nsen, arising wholly or to part from impurity or vtiia tloa of the UI(mmI the Immi of itn mcevpi rente upon the well-known alterative proftcrtici of 8pan fnh Hanaparilla. which tii imHrteil expressly fur the ciitnpounder of thin medicine in all it purity: it in then, with the addition of other medical plant alterative and tonic hi their action iiinnutiu'turcd t care, and concentrated In a puluhiMc titi on one of the lient ..It in mild, yet ti ...

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. — 16 September 1859

-. . . v .f't,VT hfti iWjJ j "l i.i ' '"'I '. ' '.x'-! .li-"''" -it i'k- i i"'i: : I . .. .(!.- ',. '"'. , -4 . """" -" l ' V '', '" ' '"' " ' '.M.V' .-Y.V-'T-"1' '" '.''' - 1 . .' ?' i ' . ' '' . ,wii vT- ' iV . ... " --" " ' - - ;;jBY;6Atf. - 4- TEIUIS: .- TUB POST IS PUIII.ISIIKD P. VERY FRIDAY, At Two Dollars a Vear, Payable in Advance. XntHentitm mill in m-ifer f'tr Me mtrt brmmtiirt fry f'. ' j ' AnVRRTingviCfTa HI iHrchsrginl $1 per square sf IS Hues, or 1m. fur firdl iuiwrlion. nml it) cenln for each cmithiunnrc. A liliurul iluilnctliin, msflA to iIiaso "wlni' arlvonifls hy tho year. Pitwm MiKling: siLverLiiMiineiiifl mnt.murk tho number of times thuy tleiru them tiitterteil, or -tltoy will, Iw eoutiiiiMd until fofb'ul bui) oburgiHt Booonllnicly.'D. , , . ' For announcing tho nnmor of ?apHlitt(s for ft1ea ti, Vntlhu. -.t -.. ,,. ... Uhitunry notieel over 12 lines, charged ut regu lar artrertirtlna; rnten. AU'cnramunieations. InteNdeil to tromoto tho. printo ends or intercut ...

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 September 1859

1 V. r tin Ttnl.i.AW Ti. iMc In S'trnnrs. AnnouiH'Igjr ntinu of randi'lstcs fur ufflm ?J,nn, 'Os.li. ' ' - - bHKarx X"MroJ over twWo paws , rhargcil lit ftlm nrtnilaV tlrerlMnr rnte. AMmieiiraVns Iniati.tca1 tn promote tho prl 1 wit IntcrAjLa M'4irornlinn, Societies, SVtosria'UvlsaalT?, WTlTtsj oliargwl as silver- ItSSSMBIS. ",- ' --- " 18, 180. -,Wrlorivim nt a distaiwo indebted to . Vhi office, can r?inlt IliclrtKspMIvediff1 ' by mail.. In future, no order for paper tM be attended lo nnlcss accompanied by the sooner. Those In arrears who af ter thin week fail to "receive their Tmpcrs, will know the reason. . . V Official Vote tot Govornor. , i The official vote Sit lovernor will bo . found on the first )mge of our paper.. " County Trustee. 11. H. Rinr.n announce himself In to day's paper n a candidate for County Trustee. ' - Polk County. Circuit Court hi Tolk county will enm tnenoo, at Benton, next Monday, the ' 19th instant. i State Directors. Tho following nntned gentlemen havo ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 September 1859

i - . Latter from T. 3. Campbell, Esq. .(Front Ike aWpaMtoan Baaaer. . a CLKmLAKD, Aug. SO, 19. frmftretra I bare Just beea banded a eupy W your paper af tbe IJlh Instant, containing a letter from Hun, 8. A. Smith, in reference to the tcm of "Sequatchie eountyi" in which my nam it lotroduoed. .Tbe abject of lh Ictler accra. to bo to doflno bit position In referent to Ibo rote of that county, about which no much bu boon unlit, CoL Smith speaks nf nn agreement between hint elf aud CoL llrahson, nt Harrison, a few days lie. fon tba election, to submit to Ihc rtierilfa of tlie eeveral oanntic a Joint Inter uf edriec giving it aa their opinion that Ibo (lruu.lv fractluu in said county of Mcn,unlrhn ought, not In rule ur be counted in the 3d jCungrrralunal district. It la true, (hat I was present at the lime alluded in, and that tbey joiully minoatcd mo to draw up their inatraetioua in the form of a Idler, wliii-h I did. My anderatandiiig at the time in, that it wai their opinion that the...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 September 1859

i f A rNirilW of the RImmI. nml cert In rare fnr Hrrnf lnor King' Kvtt. Lumbar' Alwrwn, Htp , VTUit PwWnna, all mr-c of the Skin, Pinctveii of tlift I.ivur, Dinutuuft f tho Kiilnrvt. and Hpine, Chmnie Sure Ettj, PeaM lliwl, Hull Hbeuin, Scurvy, Chore or St. Vllui' Dnnre, Asth ma. Jaomliwj, Chronic Hhuumatixiii. Cttrouic DrWilily following Intcrunttent or MaWrioui Fervrn, ami nil iiti-eat-cn anting imm me ex-vew-ive nflo nf Mercurr. CTrtic Veftotable alterative Is oflVrcil lo tlie public a ft rail in I euro fur the nlmve munvil tlifi'nio)tt arb-inff wholly or Id pnrt from im purity or vitia tion of the WtMtil tlio bant of ttn mirecM renl nnon the well-known alterative pn iicrlicp of Himn lib weaiuu-illa, which in irairti'.lexprtp1v fur the comfMiaatler at tliic mwlicinc in all iU purity: it in then, with the .. li-.a nf oilier iii(M.it:al ,Uutf alterative and tonic in their action in nnu fat-turwl with great care, ami eonintrniel in a pnlntnhlo form, nmkinip by the combination one of...

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. — 23 September 1859

w- 0 ' . -.- ' .-, -' ' ' . Vi- v' BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN.;vPRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1859. VOL. XII---N0. 574. infill r TERMS: TltH POST IB PURMHHKD RVKRY PRIDAT, At Two Dollari Year, Payable In Advance. Jt-ff Aro nttaHtiim pnid hi nnhv fur ikt pttjttr Hii?rrt accompnttitd by the Cauh, AnTRnTiHRMKJtTA will bo charged per iqmire of 10 lines, or loud, fur the A rut insertion, anil AO cent for each continuance. A libenit tfurliieffoti untie to thona who wlrorliM ljr the year. ar-Purnont Bondintf ailvortiwuienla unit mark the number of time they deiru Ihem iniwrtvil, or they will be continued until forbid ami cliargtd accordingly. For announcing the namoi of candMutos fur offipo, tS, C'n-A. Obituary notice over 12 Hnof charged at regu lar advurliHiiiff rntuM. All cominitmrfttionti Intwulod to promote the private end or intrjt nf Corporation, 8ocietiun, Schools or Imlividuali, will he charged as adver tisement a. Jon Wonic, Mich a Pamphlet, Minute, Cireu Inr. Curd, )lliikfl, Handbil...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 September 1859

IS. 1 1U . TtntfS! . . . , v ' T IW11....1 A V. (i.v1Jo hi 1viKe. Anaunnciiig immw of rsl;.Ms f"t vfltoo ti,0, Cssfa. OWInTjr Nulfc-M w twelve lino, ehsrgwt t th refiiUr sdrrrtWsr rat. All tiniManiratlM inteDftcri to promote the ptl rsls end or lnt-rost(i of Cnrpmllm, Pocttuit. ftrbool or Individuals, nW bs cksrgi'd u stlvsr llMmeota. Aihn, rriAar, ep.a, 'J?s,,, SVThe Legislature oonVones on Mon day week, tlm IVl-of (tojebcr. , ' ' , ' - fair at XnexTiU. - The Enxtorn Division Fair is to be held at Knox villo, commencing on Tuosduy, the 18th liny of October. Bradley County Fair. Tho Bradley County Agricultural So ciety commence its tliirl Annual ' Fnir on Tuesday tho 2fith of September nntl continues for four day. AH articles Tor exhibition will be admitted free of charge. Small Bills. Small notes l's and 'b nro disap pearing from circulation, and the business community are already eerk'ncing se rious inconvenience in making chnngo. The one dollar gold piece is a humbug we saw a man...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 September 1859

The Now York Demooratio State 'i Convention.' :. ,.' -Rtracvk. 2S. Yi.Scut. 14.. The excitement continues as the time of the meeting of the Democratic con vention npproiichc. Tickets of admission to the hall have been issued to all the delegates and ' contestants. Fernando Wood. Jo. Orecn, Girleon .1. Tucker, nnil other IlnriN have been In action this morning and resolved to cluini n hrnring before the committee on New York con. tested seats, nnd opwar to extremity any nttmpt to settle that question by reso lution. Mr. Dickinson ndvoentes equal representation for Mozart and Tntmiinny on the Itoor, and counsels moderation, Messrs. Rogers of Krio, Hcliell, and Mathew do riot net cordially, with the Wood party. Ktlrvin Cmssncil is here, and has been In consultation with-Wood and Dickinson. The convedtion will orgnnizn tempo rarily at noon. The Softs are confident and talk of conciliation. The Wood men positively insist on electing all their gharevof delegates to Charleston them selves....

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. — 23 September 1859

A Pariflr of the Blood, ni certain cure for Herof )&or Klnjra EtH, Lanbar Abecet Hip Die nnl While Swelling, U Diseeeee of the Hkin, DImmm of the Liver, 1,msmi of the Kidnevt nnd Spine, Chronic Sore Eye, 8onM Head, Butt Rbeata, Scurry, Chorea or St. Vitus' Dance, Asth ma. Jaaadiee, Chronic Rheumatlim, Chronic Debility following Intermittent or Malarioui rerera, ana an ataeaMe arising irom tne ex . eeeetre mm of Mercury. The Vegetable alterative is offered to the puhlle a a radical cure for the above named diseases, arlfins wholly or In part from Impurity or vitia tion of the blood tho boU of it nucces resU upon the well-known alterative properties of Span Uh Sainaparilla, which i imported csprcwly for the eomponnder of thin medicine In all Itn purity; It ! then, with the addition or other medical plant -alterative and tonic in their action manufactured with great care, and concentrated In a palatable form making by the combination one of the best Alterative Medicines ever unetL ...

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. — 30 September 1859

t . V J i i 1 .' ,-. t BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1859. VOL. XII--N0. 675. 4: "W- . TERMS: Til POST li PURLIAHKD RVIIRT fRlDAT, At Two Dollar Year, Payable in Advance. Xf So nlleiih'oa paid ' ordtn for tkt pnper nttltm accompanied by th Cnk. ' AnVEnTiSEMKTrs will bo charged l per square f 10 linen, or loss, fur tho first insertion, Mid 40 Mnu for each continuance. A tilioral deduction inula to thoaa who advertiso hy ibe your. .aw-Pcrsons soiiding advertisements must mark tha numlwr of timoi tbey desire them Inserted, ur they will lie continued until forbid and charged accordingly.- For announcing tha natnei of csndidntcs for amee, Vnah. ' Obituary notices over 12 linos, chnrgod at rcgu lor advertising rales. . AU communications intended to prnmoto tha ftriTata ands or interesls of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will ba charged as adver tisements. Joa Work, inch as Pamphlets, Minutes, Clrcu . Kara, Cards, Ulanks. Hnndbille, 4o., will ba o...

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. — 30 September 1859

Primus NfitA TEAMS I fcw Poij.iimi A YA. Tlil l sdvsnr. AfMNii'ltf imsoe f candidate fir ofllc f,00, tX . Obltsnry Sollrw over twolr lln, charged at Hi rejrnUr advertising rate. All e.mntcifon intruded to promote lb prl Vate end r intomM of Cnrunraitons, gociciics, Ushool. or Individual, will U charged aa dver tlerat. Alhesi, t'rlday, Itcpl. SO, I860. - ' .. . ' - tfi 'ei-sons who wish tneir names an nounced for office, will find our torini at the head of thin column. Athens Female College. We are requested to call meeting of the Board of Trustee for next Monday evening. There Is important business to transact, and a full attendance is desired. It is gratifying to be sblo to stato that there is a large number of pupils in at tendance, and others are arriving daily. In every respect the prospects of the School are highly encouraging. Hoarding can be obtained in good families at rea sonable rates. East Tennessee St Georgia Hailroad-3v rr-1 . n i T . 1 i too XHiaru oi xsireciurs urguiu...

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. — 30 September 1859

I Wise and Douglas. ' ' " ' from tha Haw Tori Hsrstd.) The Impiwslon it gaining ground that ' Mr. Douglas must Inevitably be an Inde pendent or flump candidate for the next Presidency. . He has laid down his Ulti rnatum to the Charloston Convontion. Ite Vill not aocrjit the nomination of that body without his platform, nor enn it bo supposed that ho will consent to supovt any other nomination upon nny other platform. He has taken hi ground. He haj committed his friends. He cannot reoede. ifo ennnot MirrencIW. ThnisHue is thus reduced to the submission or re sistance of the Convention. "Sot do wo think that It requires any gift of prophecy to predict the result. Tlio South will be inflexibly opposed to both the nun and his hobby; and tiie Convention will lie compelled to repudiate both in order to preserve a semblance of the nationality of the party. Thus we inny safely awuiiig that Mr. Douglas and his plutl'orm will be thrown out of the Charleston Convention. And what then? ne canno...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 September 1859

r ft A Purifier ol the Hloml, him) certain cure for Scrof ula or King's Evil. Lumbar Abscess, Hip Dis mm, White Swelling, all Diseases of Ihe Skin. Diseases of the Liver, Diseases if the Kidneys and Spine. Chronic Sore Eyes. Scald Head, Suit Rhcnm, Scurvy. Chore or St. Vitus' Dance, A dh ma. Jaundice, Chronic Rheumatism. Clrmic Debility following Intermittent or Malarious Fevers, anil nil diseases arising frntn tho ex cessive use of Mercury. Tho Vegetable nltcrativo In offered to the public as a radical euro for tho tituivo imnii'il tli!ea"i. ri!iii3 nhlly or in imrt from 4mnricy or vitU tinn f the l.im.il tlu hn.in of it Mit-rcx rvrt nnon the well-known nlterutivc iin-lieTlU'! of Simn- ish Par!npitrilla.whirh if iiintrtcU'.xprei'i'ly for the rompmindi-r of thix metllrinc in all its purity: it in then, with the mMition of hurt incilu ii! plnntP Itrrative mitl tonic in their ncthm tnnniiftictiirv! with great en ro. ami cmicntrt nl in ft p:ilatat'lo form, utakinir hy (he cotiihiiuitio...

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. — 7 October 1859

i BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FM AY, OCTOBER 7, 1859, VOL. XII--N0. 576. ths liU A' r 1 TERMS: TIIR PORT 18 FURMSIIKD KVKRY mi DAT, At Two Dollars Year, Payable in Advance. . No attention pai'H to order or the paper mnten neeompnnitd by the Cttnk AnrRRTiAKMKNTS will be chiugcd $1 por p-iimro of 10 llnei, or lots, for the flrnt tnaortton, and 60 ' cents for Mch continuance A lilwrnl deduction made to thiuo who advert! so by the year. tPereoua (wnding adrorliomcnU must mnrk the Dumber of tiinui they dciiro then inner ted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged aoeordinly.-. For announcing the names of candidate for Office, $5, Cath, ' Obituary notice over 12 linen, charged t regu lar advertising rates All communications intended to promote the 7-rtVate ends or intercut of C'onorationf Societies, ""Schools or Individuals, will be charged as adver tisements. Job Work, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Ctrcu- lars, Cards, II Inn k. Handbill-, Ac, will be execu ted in good styl...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 October 1859

V Athens gwt. TERMS i T Dollars Y parable In wlvanrs. Anaoanofof nmmet of candidates fur wines j,00, Cub. ObUtmrr No4lrei mt twslvs Hum, ohmrfnl at Uw regular advertising rafs. All cMHinnKtlnnii intended lo prnmotn ths prl vat eada or httsrwus of 4!nrporatitns, Societies, ftraatftot or lodivUloats, will bo charged as atlvor- nta. lko, rrlian Oct. 1, I860. . . , . NOTICK. . All pmoni (ndulitod to this offlea far HuWrlp . tlona, Advertising and Job Wurk, are requested to pay as early as possible, as all accounts mint be closed up by tbc expiration of the present year. , (Qr Several letters addressed to this oflioe, reached us this week, via Athens, Ga, Correspondent should be moro par ticular. Sty An account of the organization of the two ltnuses of the General Assembly, will be found in another column. Wmit Is selling hero at from 80 to 90 cents per bushel. Not much on the mar ket. Trustee. Chos. Staples is announced in today's paper for County Trustee. Foil Snr.RtrT S. W. Foster and...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 October 1859

A. dad Story. A correspondent of the Inquirer, In Now York, gives the following melancholy hlstorj of a cask out In that oltyi , Nitw Tonic, Bept 20, I860. Floating along with the current of humanity , which one encounter, or rather mingles with. In a large city, ie many an Isolated Individual whom heart history, if uncovered In the gate of the world, would surpass In Its Intense reality all the romanoee ever Invented While t write an in atanoe is rawing along In the crowd under my window- Iti the person of a wretched (unking man, . after whopn people turn to gate, and wonder bow a hninai) form divine' camo to ho rctluccd to a de predation so ooinplete and Irredeemable, llaggcd, begritnracd with dirt, hair itncomlwd and hanging ill tangled maaiei to his shoulders, face haggard and unshaven, head bowed down, aud eyes roving restlessly from one object to another, and scarcely ever fastened upon the faco of man, uncaring and un oared for, ho moves dejectedly along with tho crowd, as If...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 October 1859

' it 711 A Pariflor oi ibo Blood. and certain cure fnr Scrof. la or King'n Eril, Lumbar Abnoes, Hip H wu-a, Wbita 8 willing, all DiwaMft of the Hktn, DlMftuM of the Liver, 1H nouses of (lie Kidney net Pplno, Chronic Bore Eyes, Scald Suit Kheum, Scarry, Chore orSt.Vitus' Dunce. Asth ma, Jaundice, Chronic Ktaenmatintn, Chronic Debilitv following Intermittent or Malarious ivrera, and all diMiama arising iron, tba eulre new of Mercury. Tha Vegetable alterative ft offered to the puMtc aj a radical cure tor the above named il Reason, trUinr wholly or in part from Impurity or vitia- Una of tua blood the bania of ita pucccm rest ttpoa the well-known alterutive properties of J-nn foh ftarnaparilli, which is imported csi-rrofdy for the compounder of this medicine in all its purity; it is then, with the addition of other niedk'iil pi n ritu al terative and tonic tn their action inn nufact tired with great care, and uunueutrutud in a palatable form, making by the combination ono of tiio bettt A...

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