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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 November 1859

" ' - """ "- - - - i " - ...' ' , I m t BY SAM. P. IVINS. J TERMS: Till PORT IS PUIIURHRD KVRRY FRIDAY, At Two DolUri a Year, Payable In Advance. "i. So attention paid tn order far the paper unlet accompanied lif the f?nh. AnVRnliSRMKKTH will bo nhnrcd . per n-fltrc of 10 linen, or lona, for tho flrni in nor I ion. nmt AO centi for ewh con ti nuance. A lilwrnl deductiun made to thoso who mtverlinc by tho year. r-PoMoni fending rtvfirtimnoi.U tnust murk the numhor of tim they desire Ilium Inserted, or they will He eontiuuvd until forbid and charged accordinKly.tWi For nnAonnciiig the names of candidate! fur office, $5, Onek. Obituary not iron over 12 lines, charged at regu lar adTcrtifltno; rate. All communications Intended to promote the private ends or litturcHts of Corporation. Hocicf iux, Schools or Individual, will Imj clmrged as adver tisements. Joa Work, mu-h ft Pamphlets, Minntes, Cireu lars, Cards, lllanks, Handbills, .. will bo execu ted in good style and on reasonable term...

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. — 18 November 1859

, - i 1 I r Vr ' llll I III 1 1 I Athens; ggt TERMS: Tvo Dollars ,Yi! sparable l aVi eno. Announcing naiacs of emlidatea for offlre I'M Cash. Ohltiwry Kotl( oVwr Iwclrt 1111". oWged at the royaler .lvrri!ln iIWi All cnnninhRtlon ltidod to promote tT prl , fate ends or IntereeM or flonHiratlons, rloclctiea, Behoola or Individual nlll bo charged n a Ivor tiseanelSk-, . , . .t ... - Kisosrox. In Ik eonfarioa, f moving the 'olrloe, tto eiify i" J r.lcr for handbill from Kingston, gntmlflnld.-- If Ik geaftemsa ill' forward another we will get It op inntantcf. We Vojrrw the delay, but ncldoiiu will eoaietliaes o ear aStwiiBstaniliug tho greatest carv s Soppor. ' Tbo I.adioi of tin FiwhyioriiiiiChtiroV, Athene, will give a Supper on Wcdussday CTaaing, the I Itk Jlecwiaber, fur the Wriest of llio ('bono, . Removal. Th Printing OHic8 hiu been removed to the new building a few doors East of the former locution. We are now in a tenement of our own, largo, and comfort able1, and bIhiII not move...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 November 1859

frMidefatial oampaign- Opening of th Qreat Contest. ' Yesterday our fitnto plnctiona. North nct South, lor tbn preacmt year, wro con cluded, slid to-day wo nre upon tlio threshold of the l'rsaidcntial campaign. I low stand tho order of ths hattlp? Looking over the instructive schedule of those elections of tho present year, wo lind the all powerful Northern section of the Union in tho almost unbroken occu pation of the nnti-xUvoiy republican pur ty, and tho indiwpensibfo .Southern sec tion in the almost ubmltito poiwcssion of tho pro-slavery donincmcy. lSetn-cen theso two overshmlnwini; sectional pnr ties tho oonsoiviitive elements of the North and tho Mouth imvo struggled in vain, and thus the controlling pnrty man agers of the two sections stand as iicrocly opposed to each other m the bclligiircnt houses of York and Lancaster. No friend of the Union no believer in tho principles of popular government no advocate of peace and liarmony no man interested m tho prosperity of. the Stat...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 18 November 1859

' mmm 03rULTUHsT. A PurirW l the Hlno 1, ami certain euro fnr flwf- u! 'r Kmff'n Kvil, Lum'ur A tare". Hip IHi ciisj, While Swelling, nil Pif-cnsu of tho Skin, lito.iJ'C of the Liver, IiflesP of th Kih.rya nn l fiiiio, Chn.nic rtoro Kyi-, Hpji1, S;i!t Uhuuin, St tirvy,'hore or St. Vim Dunco, Asth ma, Jinin'.ice, Chrntiin Kheuinatixin. I'hmnic Debility following intorrtiitt nt or MitUriuna Fever and all (liM'.-vwa arising fruin tb ox coWe ne of Mercury. The VckrIhMc iilrorntiro l offctf'1 tho puMie an a railim. cure for tho novo nAimt dl-ca-os arising wholly or In pnrf Tnun .mrmrity or vitia tion of the blood-Mho VmU of iin cwccm rent np;in the well-known alterative pru.rrtiis of Spun Uh Sarnapmrilla, whirl) i import-.rniv-l- fur the mnoumlur of thin imiliriuo in uU its purity; It in -nil lilt? H'lKII I'll! Ill OIIIIT llltMUCIII Illume ive ami tuiiii; in tliuir action mnniifnHureil trreat cfirc, atnl dmi'iitrntril in a pitltilallc orin. maktmr or trio romhiniiiioa ono oi ino umi Alte...

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. — 25 November 1859

i " r BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FfitHY, NOVEMBER 25, 1859. VOL. XII-NO. 583. TERMS: TltK POST 18 PUHLIBHKI) EVKRY PlUtHY. At Two Dollars Year, Payable in Advance. Av attention paid to order fur th paper niV. acampnmtil bif the Vu&k, AnvKRTiftRMBMTfl will ho charged 1 per ttquaro of 10 linen, or lest, for tha first insertion, and 60 cent fur oah continuance. A liburtil deduction undo to those who advert i liy the yrnr. Person. Bonding advertisements must mark th numW of times they desire them inserted, or they will heenntinnod until forbid and charged ac cordl n j(ty ."Tt& Fer announcing tin names of candidates for office, $., Cnh. Obituary notices over 12 line, cbnrged ut regu lar advertising rate. All cminnunieaii'rti Intended to promote tlio private end or interest of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as adver tisnnunts. Jon WoitK. mudi as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circu lars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, tVe., will bo execu ted In good style a...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 November 1859

TERMS: To Dotwn A Yiah, pa-rahls In a-trani-a. Anaoaaclif SfuiWorcaalMlitei lor fflc f 4,00, Cuk. Obituary Nntloa over twalvalirrM, 'okargid-'at in rnguiar nrvtiinir rati. Alt ennmunitBttona intrnnVd to promote the pii tmtm ends or Interest of Corporations, Societies, flcbooU or Individuals, will bs charged m adver- KiioiiMuie. -, --rldat . 5, ISA. Unfortunate AOair. A hostile mooting occarrod in thesfreete of Nashville, last Friday morning, be tween Ali.ex A. Hall, of-tbo-l')aily. News, and Geo. G. JiSDxi,-rthe Union end American,.w.iiioh resulted in the death of the last named gentleman. The difficulty the particulars of which we publish in another place, m they reached us through tire -Nash rSNo banner of Saturday---grew OrHeor a nowspirpwonntrorerny. -I,, i .. - Deathx'f"E. O. Eastman, A despatch from Chattanooga to this paper. 23d, announces tlio sudden death or h. O. Eastman, Esq., senior editor of tho Nashville Union and American. Ho died of apoplexy, in Nashville, on Tuesday...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 November 1859

-. . .. , t J r .V : ... TELEGRAPHIC. , lliuAion, Nov. 1.1. Sinpo tho recent ' modioli. Mr. Buclinnan's friends: cliiirti that ho is the only Ucinornit who lms ' any dilutes of Buccen in lH(ii), ntnl the mino blit tirevniis Kt tho wiulo llouw, though the reiKidoti C lately nriiiiittcil he ' eoulrf not curry Vrnnaylvaniu, Let him lie nominated by nil mean. Tho llistrlct Attorney of TJtnh had an interview with, tho 1'ioHidont last nifiht, ' concerning the troiiblcapf that Territory. . iri enforcing the law ami jmniHliinu out rages. As tlio Administration cotiliuesin the Judgment of Unv. Ctimniing, it is doubtful if any practical action will be taken. Mr. Douglas' physicians say his ertikli tion is still precarious from fluctuating symptoms, but if it does not -reuedo be yond the point it lias maintained for the last twenty-lour hours, lie will probably 'recover. Liverpool, Saturday. Cotton firm at full prices; sales to-day 10,000 bales, of which speculators una exporters took H.UU0 ba...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 25 November 1859

v ry. 1 'Ati A Purifier of tho IIWl, and cer tain cure T t SiT.f nliur King's Evil, Lunihnr Ahjccjs. Hip Un ease, White Swelling, nil Diseases f tin- Mini. Diseases of tht Liver, Diseases of the Kidiu-ts and Spine, Chrome Sore l.yos. pciim nun, r-m Rhenin. Scurvy, Chorea or St-Vilus' Dance. A-ih-mn. Jaundice', Chronic Rheumatism. Chrome Debility following Intermittent or Malarious VcrYrs, mil nil dic.ca arising from llio cx-ces-ivc uso of Mercury. Tho Vegetable nllerntivc is on"rc4 to the public as ft radical cure for the above named diseases, arising wholly or in part from impurity nr illa tion of llio blood the b,iis of i cce rests upon the well-known alterative properties of Span isb Snrsapiriliii. which is iiiipnrre.lpres,ly for the componnlcr ui thin medicine in all u purity: it is then, with tho addition of oilier medical phiutu alterative aud tonic in their action lonnniariiirrd with great care, and concentrated in a palatable form, m i!iiii'X by the combination one of the be...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 December 1859

' . ' : . ,, ..; ... . . r. v rr,'i ?.-" i;-.- ' ". :. BY SAM. P. IVINS. 7 ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1859. ..x,,: 4 v;; ;.; vol. ;ii7-NOr 684; f TERMS: ' ' TUB POST 18 PUBLISHED KVHTlY V RID AT, At Two Dollar i Year, Payable in Advance. &U V attention paiit to nrdr$ for th paper nhm QectimjMt Htetf (Ae C'atA. . Advrrturmrhtii will be charged tl'pcr flffuaro of 10 Unefl, or Iqm, flr the first insertion, and 60 ocnts for eoh continuance. A liberal deduction uiailo to (hone who advertlm by - the year. Pemnni sending adrertlMinenU rnunt mark the number of Lima they tleilro tbcra Inserted, or tbey wilt bo continued until forbid and charged accordingly, ft For Announcing ttio namoa of candidates fur Bee, $5, CVA. - Obituary notice oyer 12 Unci, charged at regu lar advertioing rated. All com mun .cation t intended to promote the prtrmte ends or interests of Corporations, HnciuLlui, Bchoolg er ludmilualtt wilt bo charged a adver tisements. Jon Won, such aa Pamphlets, Minutes, Ci...

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

r r TCIIM( Tw Doiuu a Tiab, par""! advance. iUMMlai ium f Mrfidaoo fcr ,, Obttaary Kette mr twelve In, charged thtuwa4TerrtfagrA. . , All wmnlttilMi kiteeded I wtwmot (ho pri vate ef tnureMe of tVwnoemttooe, aoeieUet, oWaMole ef UdUrnlmU, will be charged ee adver- A ., rrlstav, XMie. !. W Oar eewmeroiel letter frm Augaat lut wet nal kkiidoa PrkUy; Wing sraiM at tht M Tneedey. ' Ws bar beea trying ta and evt what Mm delay semi, . as y4 havo not t i.-. Bledsoe County, OlreaH Oaaii win soaimonet at PlbevHIt next Monday, the Sth. Wa iatendtedooariolf tbe plea sant of being then a portion of tho week, and Inut to lad all aar friends la a healthy and pro. aaraa ewodlttos. Snob ts nr la imia will, we know, he sure thaa happy hihu r- . Demooratio Meeting. : The democracy of McMinn, hards and softs, ara to have a meeting at the Court bouse, Monday next, to appoint delegate to a State Contention, which will assem ble in Nashville January 18, 1800. Markets. - - Wheat A good article command fro...

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. — 2 December 1859

- TELEGRAPHIC .: WWii'iifon, Nit. 26. Dr.- ftne4, for morljr xamincr hi the Patent ofllca, liAn beon required to give bail - to keep the peace, for the sum of $2,000, for uttering lnnrnuiary inngunge. . oewara VIST'S Do ing the topia of conversation. " Baltimore, Nov. 27. More troopa are go ing to Charlestown. Wis and Hunter profess to liATe received information that nn attnek will bo made to-iflght. Troops have been tendered by Georgia and North Carolina, but Gov. Wiao declined the lat ter, i . . . ; Knv firlcann, Nov. 28. The Steamer Moses Taylor has arrived with San Fran cisco dnlsof the fith, and Havana of the 25 tli. The new Captain General arrived at Havana on the 23d. Hugar waa ex cited and holders wore demanding 81 (3.0. DrovcmvilU, Texas, Nov. 20. Lieut. Teri nison reports that 300 troopa and citizens are protecting the city, which is closely besieged by dm in as. There has been no attack yet. Km Meant, Nov. 28. Cotton sales to day 6000 hales. Middling and lower grades decl...

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. — 2 December 1859

ll.im'AIIII.ll!l-IW'll"'' r A Pnrifier ot the Woo 1. and certain euro for Sorof. ulaur King's Evil, Lumbar Abscess, Hip Dls i aa, While Swelling, ftll LXeeases of the Skin, Diseases of the Liver, Diseases of tho Kidneys and Kuine. Ohronio Sure Eyes, Soald Iliad, Salt Khenm. St urrr.Cborea or St.Vitus' Inncc, Asth ' ma, Jouitdioe, Chmnio Rheumatism, Chronio Debility following Intermittent or Malarious For era, and alt diseases arising I rum we eoseive use of Mercurr. The Vegetable alterative Is offered to tbo public M a radical 'euro for the above named discuses, arising wholly or in part from Imparity or vitia tion of the blood tho basis of its success rests unon the well-known alterative properties of Span ish SursaparillmwhUdi in imported oxpremly for the compounder of this medicine in all its purity: it is then, with tho addition of ether medi.nl plants alterative and tuuie iu their action manufactured with great care, and concentrated iu a pulittiiblu form, raakini; by tho combi...

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. — 9 December 1859

" CSl 13 Y SAM. RlVliNS. TERMS TIIR POST IS PDnUSIIED IVKRY FRIDAY, At Two Dollar! Year, Payable In Advance. ft,. iVo attention paid in order for the paper mmssi accompanied by the Vaeh. AnrnnTisEVENT will bo chargcl tl per sqnnro of III linos, or Ion, fur the Drat insertion, anil 60 centf for ouch cuutlnaanco-. A liberal dcluctitin iwwlo la thoso who adrortlso by the your. ,5rtrPtTom sending advertisements mint murk tlit number of timos tbey desire thorn Inserted, or thoy will bo continued until forbid and charged accordingly."?) For announcing (ho names of candidates for office, Vaeh. Obituary notices over 1 J lines, chorged ut regu lar advertising rates. All communications Intendod to promoto tho private ends or Interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will bo charged as adver tisements. Job Womt, lineh as Pamphlets, Minutes, Clrcn lars, Cards, Dlanlcs, Handbills, Ao., will be execu ted in good stylo and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to tho Propr...

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 December 1859

r r TERMS. To ToMn a Thau, rmriM In 1tbi Announoiujr imnm of clvIMiMiM (of j00, Cnh. 1) bit miry otpt tmlve linen, ctWfl at the mtiiUr felruriiVmjt rules. All rinmiinirftlioni inton.Unl tn prwtot the prt Tula end nr Intercuts of Corponiilmw, Cuciii' Hehoulnor ludividuuU, will be cliarjpnt m Iver-tiwiiuiit tthen I' rift ay, IV c. 0 IHftU. Ti SriMcnmnRs in Arrears. AIT per sona who are in arrears to the Poet, and living at distance, are notified that tho jjMr will 1)0 discontinued to them alter th firat of January, unions they pay up, We hope all auch will make aq early re mittance for past dues unu a year in ad- Vance. ' There am mahy of them living lb tho West who are sovoral years in ar rears, and wo hope they will uiulto an early response - - . The 8 upper. The Ladies of tho Presbyterian Church roquostus to any that tho timo for having the Supper, has boen changed. It will tnke plnce on Tuesday evening, 13th inst. instead of Wednesday as heretofore pub- ished. The proceeds of th S...

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 December 1859

speakers of the American OohgfOas, The Nnnhvlllo tJtilon kmi Arriprioon feives tlio following lint of speakers of tlio U.S. House of IteprcsentativcW: Tlio Sponkor of tlio llrnt Amcrlnnn t! )n,irc wo ft IVnnylvnnlnn Frederic A. Muhlenberg nml lio wus re-olnctnd to Hint ot in tlm third Connies", lie wag onoceednd by Jolinatlmn D.iyton, of Niiw Jerwy. tlio ancestor of tlio present lion. Win. I(. Payton, of thut Htnte, wlio re mained in tlio clinir four yonrs. Tlion cnnioOnorjje Pent, of- Mtirylnnd, in the fifth ; Theodore Sedwic-k, ol'J Ma-utacliu-ootl, in thchixth, Niilliuniel Mncon, of North Carolina, in the seventh, eighth and ninth i Joseph V. Vnrnum, of Miuwa elnnetn, in the tenth and eleventh, and then Henry (Jhiy. Ho begun in that ca jmcity when just thirty-lour years of ago, and nerved in all nliout tun years. lie oo ru jiied the rlmir (except during part of the thirteenth, when Langdon Chcves wmclioaon to till the vacancy occasioned by Mr. t'lay'n resignation on his appoint m...

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

tMFULTGilsT.fi. A Purifier of tho Blood, and eartnin mra for Scrof- ultor King's Eril, Lumbar Aburesn, Hip Did mr. White Swell in ff. all Uineasoi of tlie Akin, IMmmm of thw Llrer. Diseases of the Kidneys andSoino. Ctirouio Sore Kyen, HcuM Ilea.., Halt Kheura, Scurvy, Chore or St.Vttus' Dance, Asth ma, Jaundice, Chronic Rheumatism, Chronic Debility following Intermittent or Mnlarlous FoTers, and all diseases arising fmui the cx eessive um of Mercury. The Vegetable alterative li offered to the public a radical euro for toe above nauica uiuunxcN, na whnllv or in mart from imtmritv or vitia- tat) weii-nnuwn niuirnbivv unnuruwi mi iinm- arsanarilln, which is imported expressly for the then, with tho addition of other medical plant alterative and tonic in their actinn manufactured with great core, and concentrated in a pnlatahlc form, making by the combination one of tho host Alterative Medicines ever used. It U mill, yet active in Its operation; it renovates, while it re moves the ennw ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 December 1859

r r3;t j .., .-. , . M .us Y 1 A- I .... r-' . , e 4v:.-l-i 1' :;'';.'.;-,:? ' i : BY SAM. P. IVINS. TERMS: .. ' Yflt PORT IS PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, - At Two Dollar a Year. Payable In Advance, VfU N nttention pnt'4 (it fdtf for M paper mm cmftiW fry fA VnA, AprcRTiflaMRimi will 1m charged 91 per Bqnar m iu nnoi, or icm, ior m nni inpcnton, and oil nti firr aarh continuance, A liberal deduction matt to those who advcrtlne by the jear. &"Pjrnni footling adrortinrmcnU mnrt mark the Dumber of timet I hoy dulre them inserted, or thej wiH be continued until Turbid and charged aaconlinfflv.S. . 1 Yot announcing the namci of candidatei fur mce, ia. - Obituary notice! orer 12 lino, charged at regu lar dvertmnf ratei. AH communications Intended to promote the private end a or interest of Corporations, Societies, eenooii or inairidDais, will ue charged as auver tltcments. Jul Work, such as Pamphlets, Minn tan, Circu lars, Cards, Dlanks, Handbills, Ac, will be execu ted in good style and o...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 December 1859

TERMS; Two BoLUM a. Tsar, aarable la advaae. Alsjsuciag aassss at saadMatss far $A,M, efc.. ' OMtaary rTotiswi otw Iwatva liaat, aaarfxl at Mm rsni)ar advorHslnR rates. All mmvsantsatloiis inteadtHl to promote Ihs prl VW and trr InWrosta of Corporattoas, Boeteilcs, Bcaoola r Iadiridaalt, will a charavd aa aOr- Athosaa, rridar, Wm. IS, IS SO, j u- -ji . ,, Congress. . ,. ' Up to our last advices there had been Ho organization of tkaj Honse, f Thar had 'mm tMrqral unsuccessful ballots the """Bksek Republicans toting for Sherman, j;'f Ohlor the Democrats, for Booock, of ' VlrgSriMC and the Southern Opposition for ihlnKir.of North Carolina. It ia sta- fr tad hat tho Democratic parly are mi L .1 kiag strong appeala to tha Southern (p- ''' position to 0 to their assistance. If the ' lattor Were t? adopt that courso, it would not aacur the election of the democratio - Candidate, and we hope the South Amcri ' ' MM will continue to vole for 0 ilmer, Nel on, or some other of their own number,...

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

fcSgawasawMawawwws - ' ' : , .;, ; ; Fublid Meeting. At i meeting of tbe citiren of McMiftri oounty, at thoCrJurt Htrnefi, UUl, bn tito : tion, B. P. Well on called 16 thcCftiair, ' and C L. Kino appointed Secretary, The object of the meeting was explniii. ,. ed to lo to tnke some action on the ub ject of tbe currency. Whereupon O. W( ' nkrooES presented the following rcsolu WFn for the consideration of the meet y, which were, on motion, adopted:, lkaoked. That In the opinion of this ttioetina the restriction lmKwed by - the Act of 1827, on the use of private capital, la a unwise a it is Unjust and unconsti tutionol. It secures to the Banks a monopoly in a legitimate, useful and ,. urofitublo trade-, drives from the State a , lurga amount of money, prevent that healthy, competition, which Is the "life of all trade;" embnrnuuws Wines by throwing obstacles in the way of loans, and swells the profits of Batiks and note shavers, by increasing tlio cost of money to business men. We there...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 December 1859

a" t v A Piirlfltr of the Wood, and certain enre for Scrof- alaor King's Kvil, Lumbar -Abscess, Hip IMs- ' rase. White tweil.nf, all IHsenaon of the Skin, Disci"! f the Liver, Diseases of the Kidneys V andSidnc, Chronic ffe Eyes, ftvald Jluad, Suit Rheum. Riiirvv. Chore or St.Vitus Dance, Asth ma, Jaundice, Chronic Khcuinntism. Chronic J ability following inUiriniltcut or Malarious tots, ami all -USMfci anting irom too - Muira ujq of Mnrourv. The Vi'ifRtAble alteratire Is offered to the public a radical euro for the above named diseases, arising wholly or iu part from impurity or vilia- tion of the blood the haw is of its success rests upon the well-known alterative properties of Kjrnn Lh 8arsnparilla, which is iniMrUil expressly for the compounder of this mudicine in nil its purity: H is then, wiih the addition of other medical plants alterative and tonic in their action manufactured with great care, and concentrated In a palatahlo form, m. iking by the combination one of the best ...

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