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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 October 1859

1 -.1 . ,! i BY SAM. P. IVINS. TEEMS: TUB POflt IS PUBLISH KD KVRRT FRIDAY, At Two Dollars a Year, Payable in Advance. Vf attention paiH t orrfert for th pnptr Unlet accompanied by the (Jaeh, AnVRnTiRKWRirTA will bo clmrfrrrl ! pr ..fire of 10 Una, or torn, fur the firm intwrilon, tttl 60 cent for etrb coat) nuance. A liberiii dwlurtlun in -vie to thode who advertise by th year. fi&Vwmu tending advertisement must initrk the number of tlmci they desire them inter ted. fir they will be continued ontil forbid and charged aero rdi n gly .-fitS For an noil uving the naraei ofoandidate for office, $j, Cuek. Obituary noticei oror 12 Hnoa. charges! ut regu lar advertising niton. All communication Intended to promote the private ends or interests of Corporations, Hociettes, Schools or Individuals, will bo ch urged as adver tisemvnts. Joa Work, turh as Pampbletn, Minutes, Clrrii "ur. Cards. Illankfl, lUmlbillx, Ac., will bo exocu tod in good stylo and on rensnnnhle terms. All letter! addr...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 October 1859

TERMS: Tw fm.tAa Vr H. psvalile la alvanrc Aaaoemeisg names of eandiuatoe for office $6,00, Obnaaiy NntleM aver IwclVo llnee, charged at tseieeiler aarertialng rates. All eeeAmunieatlons intended to promote the prl tm on He or Interests nf t'orpprntlons, Hoeledee, AVAeele er InsUvidnala, will be charged M aJrer- A Ida rrur oct. i. is. - - , JTOTICB. ' Al Severn Uoebtea to ibis otkst fW Point-rip tteaa, AdrtrUiUf Ma Job Work, are requested tk ft ae early a pass Ible, all aocouuu rami to skMta 7 Ike vxplration or tbe present year. County Candidate's. Wot. C. Witt announce himself today M A candidate for County Court Clerk. R. Solder i Announced tor County Trua- Grovernor's Message. Governor Harris on the Currency will te foeusd on the preceding page. Legislative Proceedings. la there is usually much of the pro ceedings of the Legislature of a crude and uninteresting chnructer, it will not be expected of us to publish them in full, , We shaU, however, try to keep our read' ers-up with ...

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. — 14 October 1859

r- v-Th following from the Albany Knick erbocker U worthy of second reading: "What unm mont parent are ! from pome nnaeoountable rnune, tliov nil wish to have boys to become oitlinr Patrick Henry's or Ulnrkxtonea, orators or lawyers ; end yet, of all drugs, eloquence and law are probably the most unprofitable. Out of the thousund attorneys ground out annually, scarcely a dozen rnnch any emi nence whatever while the rcimiining "J8H scarcely mnke even their Imurd bill. In this city, for Instance., out of the five or snc hundred lawyers thnt hung out their shingles, only some eight or ten oro ever liearu ot outilo ot thoir own oil! ccs. And yet, the profession is "so genteel" tlint foolish old fathers mid pride stuffed tnmnmus would actually prefer having their sons starvo and mould in this business than become use I ill and wcnlthvin uny other. The idea flint these "suck inn Ciccros" should ever descend, or rather ascend, to "toil and hard hunds," is so perfectly preposterous that ono...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 October 1859

1 PuriLWr m tlMi Mood, mud evtiuiu cun fur 8orf. u.r Kinff'n KvH, LumKar AIul-ck. II tp Hi. wine, White Hwfllinjr, nil IMfonnon of th Skin, IHpctwc uf tint Uvor, Dlnww nf the Kidney. nnd tfplne, Chronic Hire .-.yen. Scald Hrnd, Suit Rhnn. Hcnrvy, Chore or Mt.Vltu' Outre, Ath- mn, Jaundice, Chronic Rlirnmrtt1fm, Chnmic . Debility following Interim Unit or Mtilnriniui Firm, tod nil duetucs arising from tlio ex- fom.ro ne of Moreurr The Vepfltnhle nlformivc f onVved t Ihr tmhl.i M A rat-Urn L euro for the tihuva nnnn-1 ili5inyr.x, ruing wholly or in jiait from lmiiirir,r r Vilin tioa of the Mood tlio la,i of it siircor-r. reele unon the well-known nltomtive iiriivrlien of imn- lnh PnrnpriUo. which in imnrtfil("tnr4ly for the compounder of thi medit-tno hi nil Itn iiirKf: it 14 theu, with the nddilimi of nihrr nit'diml plnnt iterative aud toiiir in their net tun innnufiirturrd with grrat cans and ronmilrn'(-'l in a i.ulutiiMc form, mnkintc by the cnuihiniiii.m one of ttu hvtt Alterative...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 October 1859

1- v ' v . . X .'- J. J.' .-..? .twit 1 in I BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, . TENK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1859. - VOL XII-NO. 578- 0 7-yv ?. I inr in v iv if u . ii 1' , '' . .'I -t t TEEM 8: THE POST II PUNLIfllltn EVERT FRIDAY, At Two Dollars i Year, Payable In Avenoe. GsT" ATo ctMeiiriia paid ta antics or Mf paper whcm aceomjMntVff r Me Cash. AnvnTisannT will bo charted II per iqtmre " if 10 line., or taut, for tha Knit insertion, and 61) mn tar each eonttnnenee. A liberal deduotion rovto tu those who advertise by tha year PMnM sending advertisement, must mark 'in ramher or time. I boy desire thorn inwrted, or uioj will be oontlnued on 1 11 forbid and obargod amntrdiniffly." Vot annttinoina; tha narao. of candidate, for ofll .'e. ti. Co. Obituary notice over 12 linos, obargod at regu lar advertising rate. All communication. Intended to promote tbe private ends or interests of Corporations, Societies, Sohools or Individuals, will be charged as adver tisement.. Joa Wons, inch a. Pamphlet....

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 October 1859

TERMS: Tws l"ttlM A Yr. ta. paralila In atvanrs. Anaeuuvlua; names of vnuUiUmte for untee $o,00, Ch. ,. ohlluary Notices over lolr lines, charged at the regular advertising rates. AU esmiauiileations IntennYa' to promote the prl Tate ends or interests of Orpnratlons, Societies, Kohnnla nr t tiillrl,lal J. will hi ihrrtA mm mdvmw tisnaents. AtlseiieH trHrt Oct. WOTIOK - : ' ' AU persons laelw4 ta Urs entat for Slc'rij. Moat, Advertising anil Job Work, are renwited to par mm early a possible, H all aceounte matt he losea ep bj the expiration of the preneat year. Beligioufi Notice. - Klder Z. floss, at the Union Mc.Min Church, iht aiHes North of Athens, on th 4th Sahbath - of November aril, will p roach a Sermon in meruo tf of Col. John Foster, iloc'd. Candidates. F. L. Gamble is announced to-day as a candidate for County Court Clerk. C A. Jordan announces himself as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk. Dan. W. Robinson is announced for SberifT. The Vote of Sequatchie, We find the foll...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 October 1859

. m 4 tOrMt Trial ' between EngLUh- and tt-rio-n -lOoomotlves. -' 1 There ha been a grent trial of power between the English and American loco hiotivei owned by the) Government of Chill., The oonteat lasted four days. Bo . low we furniah the result of the third and fourth days i - r,' The third day,.Tuly 21, the Knglinh , baaaenger engino, tliu Moiitt, (numcu af - ler the l'resident,) woa trotted out, nd Rooked on a train of lift eon vlntform earn loaded with bar Iron total weight 288 tons. ' At the signal away she went, took ', her train to the summit twelve mill's in thirty minute, and to the seventh mile , poxt in forty-nine minutes, returning, came in contact with gradients of iil'ty-six feet per mile, nnd reached the twelfth mile post in twantv-four minutes, tlienoo running down grade to her home. I lor performance was looked upon as r.omo thing muy burno, (not to bo beat.) "hex traordinary,' Jto., Ac, her backers were confident, spirits rose, tiot from the rutty deep, but in t...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 October 1859

..'' ; .' a,, i...-.n..-..... . 1 A Partner ef the Bleod, and eerUla cure for Scrot al or K rt.fi Kril, Lumbar Abeoest, Hip Dis ease, White Bwettlng al DlaeaaM of the 8 kin, ' plteaaee of the Lifer, Dlseaaes of the Kidneya and Spine, Chroaio Sore Eyes, Rcald iload, Halt Rheum, Scurry, Chore Or St, Vitus' Dance, Asth ma, Jaundice, Chronic Rheumatism, Chronic Debility following Intermittent or Malarious 1'erora, nd all disesca arising from tho -eeaslre wm of Mercury. The Vegetable alterative in offered to the public a a radical cure for the above named dfoenes, arising wholly or in part from impurity or vitia tion of the blood the basis of its success rests upon the well-known alterative properties of Span ish Karsapariltft, which is Imported cxprcly for the compounder of this medicine iu all its purity; it is then, witn the addition or otuor niedicni alterative and tonic in their action- with great ear, and concentrated lit- h TTTnWf form, making iy too combination one oi me best Alt...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 October 1859

T"tin t "i - run" n rii" Titttidiw tiiii r Mi-, Tf Tfi ' 'mrrtinr 'rn iTirtrrnr r fnnii n i wi hjh innKMiimwiai'iiiinwiiin'MiiiiiKw umiin ;. T" I ' ' - - " " ". iFZi ' ' j':'lIM''Stjnjv?rtaetewjiie r.f. f ' ' :.. j. m , .if.r-f.iji .. . ,..-.; :.'- t -.'.. : i. i . '. (''' "t '" ' ' 1 Srfry r : ' ' ' ' ' 'BY SAM. P.IVINS. TEEMS: ' Till POST 18 PUBLISHED CVRRT FRIDAY, - At Two Dollan Year, Payable in Advance. 0f& iV attention paid to orders or tht paper Mil cat accompanied by th G'uA. ApTBRTiHRMKimi will be charged $1 per square of 10 line, or lees, for the first inmirttou, and AO mdU fur oaftb 'continuance A liberal deduction made to those who adrertiM by the year. b? Persons sending advertisements miint murk I the number of It inn they desire them inserted, or m they will be continued until forbid and charged mocord i ngty.c. For announcing the namei of candidates for office, $5, Ca$h, Obituary noticed over 12 lines, charged ut rcgu ' lar advertising ralo. All communications In...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 October 1859

1 f . . TERMS) To riM. a Ys, psyaMc In sltsnce. AnwRiiwiBK nann-a of i-andiostes fr offlie i.tlO, Cash. , . trMrmrjr Wollre otor twelve lints, charged at the nitaUr rUnliin rates. All etminuuicatlons intOTaoi to promote the pri vate ends or intoreata of Corporations, Horlclioe, rV-hools or Individuals, will he charged as sdver-tieomonta. Athene, Fridays . 1 8 SO. ;J-Onr friend at Trundle's X Roads, flovler eounty, U Informed (hat Hie nail passes up on Thursday before our paper now lo press. Nashvill CoRnssronDtscie. Our Kwhvllle eorreiondent baa failed In write e tbis work. Bui we learn throngh the Nashville papon that " the legislature la still in imalou, and that pn'po- elllona to alter, amend, and repeal parts and par ' cell of the Code continue to be In order. . Monroe County Fair. ' The reason why we hare not published the list of prenlnms awarded at the Monroe County Ag - rieultoral Fair, la that we hare not been fur- alaned with the eopy. Inauguration. ' Thursday, the 3d day ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 October 1859

7 i. -a. - Tha Hvper! Terry InrrtirreoUon. As everything connected with th late Insurrectionary movement at Harper'i Ferry It of In teres t, we copy the follow ing "history" of "Capt. Brown," from a ' late number of the Mew York Herald. The writer, howerer, is in error in regard to the "death of the ringleader" as at last advices "Capt. Brown" was alive, With strong hopes that his health and -' strength would bo sufficiently recovered . to admit of his koing hung at an early day i SKITCB Or CAPTAIN JOHN DHOWS, TIH LEAD BB Or Tilt INSURRECTION. Captain John Brown emigrated to Kan sas from Central New York, in the fall of 1855, and settled in the township of Osso wattomio. He was accompanied by sev- ' en sons, the youngest being old enough ' to earn his livelihood. The birthplace of Brown is not positively known to the wri ter, but report has it that he was born in Kentucky. At the time of his dt-nth ho was about sixty years of age. He was bout medium height, slim, muscular, and posse...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 October 1859

of old. 4. Partner of the Blood, and oeruin care for Scrof- alaor King Bvtt, iiamnar aoscs, mp ' ... wan. Rwallinw. all Disease of tb Skin Hawass of too Livwr, DimM of th Kidneys and Spina, Ohronie Sow Eyes, Soald Head, Salt Rheum, Scarry, Chorea or St-Vitits' Dance, Ath. Jaundice. Chronic Rheumatism, Chronic ' Debility following Intermittent or Malarious Fevers, and all disease arisiug imm i v Tb Vegetable eUersl'ire ! offered to the public M a radical cure ror tne aiiove namea uineaic, ahnllw or in nart from Impurity or vitin- i ' 111 "' ""5 ' slow of tb blood tb basis of it iucoom rests upon the well-known altcrativ properties of Span ish. Sarsaparilla, wbicb h importadxpreealy for the ' woaipounder of thi medicine in all it purity: it il then, with the addition of other medical plant Iteratlr aud tonic in their action manufactured with great care, and eonoentraU-d in a palatable form, making by the combination one of the best Alterative Medicine! aver useiL II ia milil, yet Mir ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 November 1859

mxnr . .s ,' ' " 'T. j: 't-Jsw-W.--,'. 4 r---s.-s, wm ' BY SAM. P. IVIXS. , ATHENS, TKNN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i, 1859. : VOL, XII--NO. 680. V w - 15- IT Vtw 1 II '1 BT7 I I II 1 W V II I II . . V' 'C i-ife. TERMS: ' TUB POST 18 PUHLIdllKD KVKRV Fit! DAT, At Tw Dollar Yeai , Payable In Advanca. .IP-H V attention jmiit to nrUi fur the poptr HitfN armmpunirtl yrA tVtA. AnTftRTiicwRSTH will oe ehiw-rredeU per square of 10 linen, or taw. for the 0rst itiflerifow, and 60 emu fur eat-h continuance. A lilrarul dedii(-4in made tn those who advertise hy the year. Persons "ending advcrthnmeitts must murk tho aomtrar of linu they tie ire l hem inter led, or they will bo continued until forbid and charged according y.-IVSt For announcing the names of candidate for office. $5, (.Via. Obituary notices over 13 linos, charged at regu lar advertising rates, Alt communications Intended to promote the prlrate ends or Interests f Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, wilt be charged as adver ti...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 November 1859

ture, eroft'ine; the new oounty, had given to the voters of the Hamilton friction. They did n t m nt certainly ae piire the righMo vote with Hamilton county in the eigh'h senatorial district, unless tlioy acquired largor rights and privileges Umn the Legislature the pownr to give to the voters of the H amilton fraction, ond no one will contend lor so absurd mid ri diculous a proposition. A simple illustra tion may perlinps be useful in this con iiectipn. Ten persons form n partner ship in tho wholesale dry good business in tbie eityi ailerward .thi-ao .moiubors. of the firm form a partnership in the sale of dry floods b tlio- robtlh still ret ruing therr connection with the Hrat flsmj' tho retuil house lakes in,, as ciuul partners in the retail business three ottipr mem ber, b-ith flnmlmkA hmidsorno irottuv and the partner come together to aivmo theeiins. ' It would It preposterous- for the throe mi,mler, tukn into the retail house, to set o HWhit to Hn cnns.1 shnrw in the profit of...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 4 November 1859

1 mm mu 't. V,nrlatowe V.' Oct. 29. Brown' eom- )lnining Of wnnt of oonflJonca in his, uounmi, iiify nnre nimnrioncu nis who; una nftitiucl Chilton, or wnMitngtnn City, and Henry Oriswold, of C'lovelunc, Oliio, net in tlioir stead. . Testimony in llrovrn's defense is nil in the Htate proposed to (rive the caw to the Jury without argument. ' Brown nlijnrted when the opening speech for thn (lov ornmont was niado and tlm court nil ,ournod till Monday., when the. counsel tof the prisoner will proceed.- IVm Pott, Ki.i O.. Tim- Free Sjuth Rcpulilicnn olHce wns molilmil hint night,., ond the forms scultered in the street. John Tyler, a fugitive slnvd ,'wlio on raped from OtinpiH-ll county ir. I,, wus arrested yesterday in Columbus, Ohio, and remanded to liis owner who has to ken him to Covington. ' JVtw lor,- Ool. 2!). Sardinia.' .Spain, Sweden, Portugal, Naples and Home, Ixv sides the live Urpnt Towers will I m re presented in the Kuropi'im Congress, It is said that a treaty between I'rim...

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. — 4 November 1859

f r -i T A Prtflr of tfao Bloo 1, an 1 certain cure tr flemf. Uov Kinn'i Eril, LumW Ab.xeas, Hip Iin NN Whit Swellinv, all D'tMftM of ttin Skin. DImmm of tfaa Li vor, D mmm of the Kidntry nd Spina, Chronic Sure K.re, 8aM IKaJ, Suli Baaam,karvyCboraaorHuVitiu' Dance, Aih a Janntiica, Chronic Hbcunmtism, Cbn.nir Debility following Intermittent or Malar." Feron, and ail diaoasui ariiiuj from the ex omivo use of Murcurr. . - - The Vegetal). eltermtire li offered to the public aa a radical cure fur the above named diseaem, amine wbo.hr ot in part from Impurity nr viiia tioft of the blood the laii of it niece n rutt upon the well-known alterative propertied of ffpiiu lah 8awapari.Ua, wbiik it iiupurleiUxrur.rly for the rotapoundur of thin medicine in nil its purity; it if then, with the addition of other medical plant alterative and tonic in their anion -manuftictu red with great enre. and eotienrrntcd in a piiliitnllc form, making ly the cumMimtiuu ouu nf tli Kent Alterative Mfdinnc ever...

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. — 11 November 1859

"J' '.V BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 111859 VOL Xtl-NO, 681. i II it ii . i TERMS: ' Till POST IS PUBLISH KD KVKRT FRIDAY. At Two Dollirt a Year, Payabla In Advance. f&J So attention paid to order or the paper unlet aevompanirn by the Lath. Advrrtibrvf.kts will bo cbriid $1 per square of 10 lines, or lent, for tha nrst inwrtion, ntid 60 nbu fur cvh conttnuancp. A Itlwrnl lU-ihiction mivie to tlMioa who tvlvorUM hy the jroar. ftr-Furionf ten-limr fti. rert.Mmen.fi mim mark tb number of Hm they tlrntrn thmn Inserted, or they will be eontinuvU until forbid and cnurgci aeeordl d m r. For annonnving lb name of candiilatei for offlca, 15 Co, Obituary notice! ow IS llocd, charged at regu lar afivorliBine rate. AH eotnmunicattona Intended" to promote the privato nli or tnnwM of Corp'tration, HuctettM, RohoolR or IodiviJuali, will be cbarguil as adver tlieraentR. Job Work. micb an PampMnt, Minute, Circu lar!, Carils, BlankM, UamlhilU, Ao.. will be oxecu tod tn good 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. — 11 November 1859

- ft . TERMS: Two Datum V.. r-syaMe ' s-lrance. Aoomisctas names el w:nJidtul for office f 4.00, "Jbilnaiy Notlc over lwr!r lint eharg-ed at the nxnter adrmlslns ru.m All otmmsiiieatloni intended to promote tho pri vate ends or interest of Cnrporalions, Sociolir-s, Schools or Individuals, will ko charged u adver ttieraeata , Atfcana 'rltar Nov. It, IftOft. Removal. Befcwtex publication. day,, tto priut ing office trill bo removed to the building recently erected on the lot-adjoining the residence of the prrpi ietor, where we hall W pleased to ae our friends and patron, at any and ull limes, particularly the paying portion of tli.'in. Cirenlt Clerk. John F. Slover, the present Circuit Clerk, if announced for re-election. ' Athens Hotel. ' Daniel Ilorton, Esq., lias recently pur chased thi property, south of ttie public square, and Is refitting and furnishing it throughout. lie is a clever man, and will make all who call on him comfortable in two of the great essentials of life eating...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 November 1859

Appointment of tha Holatnn Con ference. WythailU District. John M. McTeer, P. E. Wytheville Station Rufu M. Hickey. Wrtheville Circuit Win M. Kerr and Wm. P. Queen. Parisburg Circuit W. W. Noal. Newburn " W. II. Bates. Pulaski Col. Miss. J no. W. Peters. Hillsvillo Circuit Jno. W. Mann. Grayson ' Milton Mttunin. Jefterson " Jno. D. liultltvin. Murion, " Jus. W. Dickey. Mae'lonburg W. K. Foster. Princeton, " Geo. Stuart. KUt Top Mission O. W. K. Green. Abingdon tUstrict. Jus. 8. Kennedy, P. E. Abingdon Station E. C. Wexler. Abingdon Circuit A. (i. Worley. Sultville . " J. IInsk.'W. Jettbrsonville " G. W. Miles. McDowell Miss. To be supplied. Lebanon Circuit .Jno. M. CrUinond. .Buchanan Miss. Jus. S. Kdwards. Kussell Ntim'1. W. Austin. Willintn Kiiisliind. J. W. Bult and B. F. Guest River " Estillville " White. " Blountville " Bristol " Jno. Boring. Jnsiitli Torbert. W. O. E. Cunnincham. China Emory & II. Col. E. E. Wiley, President. alas. a. uavis, I'ruiessnr. Iiogcrmiltc Distric...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 11 November 1859

a..W A Purifier (H Ui Bli-o 1. and certain cura l'-r Scrof. law Kinfr'n KriK Lumber AHsoo Hip mto, White Swelling, H Diwawfl f tho Skin, DIfteae of the Liver, Diean if the Kidney and Siiino. Cbrunie Swre Kvc. 8wi1d llend. S;i1t Hheuiu,iMtrvy,MinrcB nrSt.VituV Dunrc. A-th-ma, .Ifiuudio, Chronic UhoumnMvn, Chronic lohiiUy follnwitiK Ii.tcrtniUeut r M,iUr.ni Kevvr, n-'i'l ' disease arising from the c.v rMire um uf Mercury. The Vegetable alterative 1 otTorol tn tlie public an a rudu-al euro fur iho iibuvu named di.M:, !:, axistuK wholly or in part from impurity or vitin tinn uf the blood the basi of mures, rests iip.m the well-known iilrerittivt properties of Hpiin inh tfnriHpflrilta, which if importcMexprci'l.v for the coiupmimler of this mcdu'ino in all iti purity; it i then, with the addition of uthvr mudiuat plant olturativu and tonic in their action iutuiutactnri-i with RtviU care, ami uiuioontrutod in a pulutiihlu form, nrikinr by iho (ombinufion one of I ho best Alterative Medici...

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