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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 January 1855

i M US- if 11 BY SAM. P. IVINS: ATHENS, TENS., FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1855., VOL. Y1I-NO. 328. rilE POST published 'F Friday at 2 P !; ;.bliir,Hcor l. If payment U delayed umU J. exuiralion of h year. rii'no wUI b chared II per squar. r IS line, or less, for 0 Aral insertion, and SO cents for acu continuance. A liberal .lluctiou made 10 those who adv.rllne bjr ths year. tWPsrwn. sending adver tisements mn.t -ark the number of tiroes Uiey d.-sire Ihcm inserted, or they will b coutinued until forbid and charged accordingly..! for announcing the names or candidate for office, fo, f Job Wark. inch Psmphlets. Minutes, Circular!, Cards, Blankt, Handbills, Ac, will be executed In good Style, and on reasonable terms. .... , Obituary notices over 12 liues, charted at the regular sdvertising ratea. All comniunlcatlnnt Intended 10 promote tlie private ends ar Interests of CorKratlom. Bocietles, Schools or lodlviduali, will be charged as advertisements. All letters addressed to the l'roprlstor, pos...

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. — 5 January 1855

ATHENS POST. . P. IVINS, KDITUtt AND PROPRIETOR. Trrni'Mi jrer, payable In advance, or S3 al ih expiration of the year. 9 No paper discontinued until all arrearages art paid, except at Itie option ol uie rublHIier. For aunouuciug the name of candidates for office $5, Cain. OMtuary Kntkea orer 11 Unci, charged at the regular advertising rnl All eomiitunicatlon Intended to promote the nrlrato en u or mieresta or corporation, porteues, Pcnool or Indlrinaali, will fc charged as advertisements. ATHEXK, tlllDAV, J AX. 5, 1833. tjf Tlii paper affords an excellent me diura for the business houses of Nashville nd the cities South to ndvertise through. It has ncirculntion of twelve hundred copies, with a stendy increase, and we confidently expect the list will reach fifteen hundred by 'the close of the present year. Directors. The Stockholders East Ten- liessee and Georgia Railroad Company, on Monday Inst elected the following nnined gentlemen Directors for the present yean Knox county C. Wal...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 January 1855

TKMl'EUAXCE MlCLTIMi. According to previous notice, s large inim- berof the citizen of Mcilinn count r "ft nt Ilia l'reslivtciiitn Clmi-cli. in Athens, on tlie 27th of December, ultima, for the purpose of Uking into coiisidci ntion the iuhjcct of n Prohibitory law in the State of Tennessee; ml. on motion, W H. Baim. r'1 w" called to the Chair, and B. C J.-k- ''! "Willi Lower, tvere relucted to act as Sec retaries. On motion of A. D. Keves, Esj., a commit tee of three ns appointed to prepare a preamble and resolution for the action of the meeting: Thereupon, A. V. Koye, Esq., Rev. Jno. U Vnv and . Milton 1'. Jnriiagiu, Esq., were iointed said committee. The com inittce retired lor a few minutes, and upon re turning submitted the following preamble and resolution, which after discussion were uunii imously adopted by the meeting: Whereas inasmuch n it i evident, to all, that there is a fearful increase of intemper ance and its direful resulting evils tliougliuiit, the country increasin...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 January 1855

SIP AYER'S PILLS, Amw and sintruliirlv successful remedy for the cure of all Bilium disease t'oitiveuewi. Indi gestion, Jaundice, Dropsy, Itheunuitism, Fever, Gout, Humors, Nervousness, Irritability, Inflamma tions, Headache, Pains in the llrcast,' Side, Back, and Limb, Female Complaints, Sc., 4tc. Indeed very few are the dic:c in which a Purgative Medi cine U not more or less required, and much sick nes and suffering might be prevented, if a harm lens but ctfectual Cathartic were more freely used. Ji'o person run fuel well while a costive habit of body prevails ; besides it soon generates serious and often fatal diseases, which illicit have liecn avoided br the timely and judicious use of a good purgative. '1'his is alike true uf Colds, Feverish svinptoins, and JJilinu derangements. They all tend to become or produce tho deep seated and' formidable distempers which load the hearses all over the Und. Hence a Mliablo family lihvaic is of the first importance to tut pulilio ncalln, an...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 January 1855

f i BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1855. VOL. VII-NO. 320. vr.nnst run POST li puhlistieil crery Fiiday it 2 per jrtsi, ..raMrln a.lvaiii-e, or S4, If payment ii delayed until K :-...(..n nf It... Vt.-. .iriikiii-iif w: I be rhnrffeil fl per square ot U linei, or less, (or the first Insertion, an.l no cent (or each continuance. A literl il. .1 irtioa laade to tlioe who ail fertile by the year, j:?" Persons aeniling ailvi r liaementa must l.mrk Hie iiuulwr of ti.nea llicy drsiie them inaerteil, or Ihey will lie continued until forbid a. d charged accordirtJy..jsV for announcing the names of candidates for oalce, 13, Obituary notices over 13 lines, charged at the regular ilvertlaliiv rates. All communications intended to promote the private ends or Intercuts of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertiaeiuenta. Jab Work. in Panplilets, Minutes, Circulars, Cardi, Blanks, Handbills, , will be executed in good style, and on reasotmlil...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 January 1855

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVINS, FIHTUlt AXI l'!!"l'l:iKT.Ji(. Tprnivtt- yetr, iaMe iu a.lvancf, r 1 nt lie expiration f tli: year. t? No pa-H-T ilwcm::mie'l miL: ull itrro.-irn res are pail, except at tiie optiun of th-! I'uHi-l.f-r. For atiuuuucing the intiu-s of cm-ti'l.tt -.i for ofTke ?, Cash. obituary Jiolkas oveai lines,, -Wt;lt kit ttrfuLir advmidiiijr rates. All coiiiMiunii'utinni in'en.l.-'l to promote tli? private mU or iolurestit of C .rfi'.rtti'.tM, r-Jeieli't-, Stltoii or lutlividuaW, will be cb tftf.'.I a a.lverti.t.-iu.;iits, ; ,' AXIIi;.VS I lllU.Vk, J 1-', .1853. t37Wo did hope thai it would not be ne cessary for us to again state that we cannot and will not publish cumuiunications, of any character whatever, unless furnished with the names of the writers. 3r Several- interesting documents on hand, which we will endeavor to publish in out next: j:' .;.' .'! .- jJ7 Having spent the greater portion of the week nmong our friends iii Monroe coun ty, we must return our thanks ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 January 1855

I'. ? FOUEIGX J.EWS. Halifax, Jan. S. I-russia hoi declined to joiu the triple alli ance, but has lent Baron Anted""." "' envoy, to London, to eatbli-l tbe condi tion 'of special treat with England and France. , ,- Affair, at Seb..toPol were unchanged. Tb. weather was very bad and much s.cUe pre vailed among the two, Tb. Russians make Incre.ant sorties, ch.Vfljr .Sin.t the French. Keinfo. cement, to both armies bad arrived, but the buyable condition of the roads prevented operation.. The President's message excited no atten tion in Kurope. later. r. Russell, the Crimean corres pondent of the Londou Times, under date of the 23d of November, .ays that the siege was j.ractically euspeuded. The butteries were used up and the army exhausted but still able to defend their position and chastise their as sailants. On the night of the 22d of November a desperate affair occurred between the French Chasseur, and the Russian Riflemen, which lasted .even hours. The French penetrated behind the o...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 January 1855

IYER'S PUIS. . 70S ALL TEX ttTUOUl Of A FAMILY PHYSIC. Thru ha long existed a public demand far aa effective purgative pill which could b ralied oo aa aura and perfectly af in ita operation. This haa been prepared to sect that demand, and an eaten iv trial of it Tirtae haa conclusively ahown with what merest it accomplishe the purpo deaiapied. It ia easy to make a physical piu, but not easy Xm make tlie beat of all ps'i on which should hav none of the objecUoue, but all the advantage, of every other. Thia haa been attempted here, and with what suceesa w would respectfully submit ta the public decision. It haa been unfortunate fat the patient hitherto that almost every purgative medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow els. This is not. Many of them produce so muck griping pain and revulsion in the system aa to more than counterbalance the good to be derived front them. These milU produce no h-ritatioa or pain, amies it arise from a previously existing obstruc tion or derang...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 January 1855

BY SA3L P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY," JANUARY 19, 1855. VOL. VII-NO. 330. cl it teiijis: rur POST Is nulilishril trtrjr Friday t 5 per year, MMe In ii.lv.nce, or SB, If payment, U dclsycd ui.lll J nHrlio P Ihe yer. saierilscmeins will he charred l per squnre r IK line, or lew, f'T Hie first iim rtion, nd ."Kl cents (or nch continuance. A liberal d1.K lioti n.ade to tlim who adertie by the yenr. fcr7-rVr..nt tenilm silver tisemtnu tuu.t mark the number of times they desire them Innerted. or they will be continued until forbid and charted accordingly. 1 For announcing the uiuucs of candidate! for onice, fa, Obituary notlcea over l! lines, charged at the regular advertising rules. , , All communication, intended to promote the private end. or Intere.t. of Corporaliuns, Societies. School, or Individual., will be charged a. .ilvrt!cmint.. Job Wor-incbmPaini'hlet'. Minute.. Urculiirs, Card., Blanks, llandl.ill., Ac, will be executed in Rod Style, and on reasonable term.. All letter. ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 January 1855

ATHENS POST. e. p. ivi.v, i:jiro:i anu riio.'ititToii. Term 4J a ye;.r, payable in arfvtnce, or S3 al rvn.r.iticn el I'.z car. lltf No invr ittsioiitlniittl until at! arrearages are pa.-l, xc?i (it the u;;iun of luleili-r. twr aiiuouucitig Uc niuu of CftudiUated for office Sfi, Coll. ..;; nrj Notices ore r 12 tints, charged it th regular Adet-1'ti-.h.C rat-. AU coinminlcntions Internist to promote tlie private tml r in:..rt-t, vt Cururut:on, frjocieties. School or ludivMuaiJi trill bo clwree-l a iLtlvertisetiMrr.ti. atii:;vs khiuav, j.i. io, inaa. CircuitgCourt for Meigs county com mences next Monday. jf Farmers ami others w ill bo hem-fit. led by reference lo the weekly statements of tlio markets ot Augusta, Macon, and Atlanta, Which appear in our pnpor. Forrest Hill Academy. We are grati fied to learn tli:it Forrest Hill Academy wna opened, on Monday the 81 li iiiHt.,undcr high ly favorable auspices. 'J'lie pupils in nltcn. dnneo nlrcady nti;iil-r filly, although no no tico was gi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 January 1855

POPULATION OF TUKKEY. Hit lion. George P. Mnitli, late Minister to Con.tnti..oi!e. ami oeof tl.e..t sel.ul.tn. in ih.UmUJSUU,. delivered. t" T....,.v of lt '' '' fsmi.l.to.iian Institute t U-..l.igw t.tv. ou. Constantinople "J Bl'""' Ir." of the Louisville Courier. tav 'A.-i ;i;v;:;i;!rt::,,.:c -1 l , (, V(.,oul ,-cet f le Tn'Vnli .i-.nlcr of the city of fultnn eon UimalMUt 4..i.lMIII.nl, mi't '' Hfcea tie orderly coimiiiiiiity, nor one mor five froi'ii crime, of like number cannot be tumid in the world. It is t-Mremely rare thitt a thj.li, robliery or murder is ever committed m that .art ol tliecitv.htreii,iiitlie.tlieriorlioin, Lcciiiii.d bv tiieGrwU. mur.lera mid awiHiu tiuiu iu the tborouijlifuiea are ot a dully oc currence. The Armenian. Mr. M. mid. were tiiperior lit the Turk in mental canci:y, but were veo.lianli, tervile ami iivmicioii. J hey were the merchant and Uankeraof the couii- tr"Tho Creel; lie denaled a quick, lively, Volatile, deceillnl, trvuclieioii, tnd fl money,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 January 1855

" - r A m' ' " AVPP' PTTTQ 2 X ljJLi O JL JLJLiXjOj AKEW and sintrularlr tnccessfid remedy for the cure of all liilious diseases Costivenesa, Indi gestion. Jaundice, Dropsy, Rheumatism, f even, Oout, H umors. Nervousness. Irritability, Intimmt tions, Hcadarhe, rains in the breast, hide. Hack, and I.imU, K I'm ile Complaints, 4c, &c. Indeed very few are the diseases in which a Purgative Medi cine U not more or less required, and much sick rims and suHcriiiR mi-lht be prevented, if a harm. lcr. but effectual Cathartic were more freely uaed. No person can feci well while a costive habit of body prevail; ; brides it son generates Kliuua and often fatal diseases, which misfit have been avoided tv the timely and jndic-inmt use of a (rood purgative. This ia alike true of Colds, Feverish svmptoma, and liilious deratixcments. Thry all tend to become or produce the deep seated and formidable distempers which load the hearses all over the land. Hence reliable family physic is (if the first...

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. — 26 January 1855

i Uz.Vi.l . , ,..'' w-mm-m BY SAM. P. IVINS. ' ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1855. VOL- VII-NO: 331. s J l. uihilihH trrrv FrfcUv st 11 f Jttr 2L1 wttaiMUW. l"rml HI..mIo U (has wb. lvTflir by lU flmrasra41afs4var. Lmii .! itifi br .r Mux lfcr 4air UMainMrw4,wUiqrwUlbcuhiaiHUUiwM w4 chsrf 4 Mcordinglr l , . . . wA. OkKaw? sotloesivr II Mom, charfe st In rtfulat adrertiaiuf ram. , , n -Bb-atfeai Intrndta ta rmnlt th privaW S, r inimxi ! Corporatism, Socio! tea, BVbvola ar laSWiauU. will K- mrm w aaToroora u. J r . ""'' Pia'Mt, Mlnstas. Circular!, CarcU, Blanks, llanilblllo, Ar, will k tsrssMd la good aurlo, an oa rraawiafcla Icrtao. All klirn addrrai to tb Proprietor, pott paM, will to monpllr UilM to. rmw at a Uuure osrflnf Iho HIM f wur aalrtat nib!", will ht ootuios to ana Wf--No romaunlcstloa Uutrtnt anlM MBiiil bjr IW 0roaM tfre, rst Is is ooa USUI. THE POST. ATIII.-NK, FMIVAV, J AX. f, IMS. . ' ' 1 Washington, J in. IS. ' The Senate ftima Ut"y resolution in favorof sending...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 January 1855

ATHENS POST. f. r. !VIjt. tllTO AND rKOPRlETOR. TtrnKl-i- pajiabia m Uruct, ar it Jt t vftraiiua llit year. C4f p"r 4if"m:inart or.lu iB mliif axt awl. rx--! 4 li opt Ihe Kubliar. far auaoairaVg luc uaet ( caaulai far sftca $i, Cwh. Uki'.u.-ir7 S'4ku asrer It lira, caarft at Mia rcfuUr Adrer.itua; rote. Ail eoinniunk-ationa loteinlr ta pramat th prfrata ir kwn c ijnan ulian Bxlf ttgi. gtaxla er IniiUltluiila, vUlbc eb-trgeal ma adverti atuks riiv J. to,! laaa- J-( Circuit Court for 'olk county meet I Benton on tho 24 Monday of February, the 12th. ' fif Report, of the Southern market will be 'found on tli next page. - Stat Duiccto. Governor Johnson Iim appointed the following named gentlemen Director,' on tlie port of the State in East Tennease?' and Georgia Railroad Company, frrtliccnrfcntyrtr: '-' v ' J, G. M. Ramsey, Tnx county. - - -Jno. Jarnagiu, Anderron. ' J.i. A. Collin, Munrut. ', Win. It::ioir, Ruane. Tlio. Rogers 1r r- ii' ft :j r .WC-Ui'lli. Geo. W . I'ridges R. M..Edirl ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 January 1855

THE DEPRESSION OF INDUSTRY IN NEW YORK. Wt Cad quite .n array of d w,,h reference to inn vry extensive de,.rcw.on of the various industrial pursuits of t,,at There are now short 23 prr ce..t. fnwer m- emproH ... Ih. and .. MI-h r","'"S' MPeril,nr inc., kai never l'""-""-- JIwiJ or thfldiJf dhir two tl.ird.orii.e'ployew,nd have ro. dneed the reiil'.i'd" to two-llii'd of day', work.- The Mle prices h is not teen" re dueed, I"' pi'l'li-l'tint 'y ,nn,t '. Stereotyping is in tlie same condition- With printing In typ founding nothing: whoever is doing. ' " The builders liave acarccly anything; tinder ray. Many of tha uiaeuiia, biicklavi-m, plumbers, e:irptnters, and others have K-ft tlie city, to seek employment elsewhere. A large eontractiujf mason estimated the quantity f business now diiing in his profession at i.lmiit one-eighth of thnt nf llie aniiic period in 1853. llo'aayitluit not moro tliim 1,000 of llio 6,000 to 7,000 masons tiu:illy eniploieil in New' York are now at work. Work...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 26 January 1855

-wr "". Tfc rt X. ' ' -nxy -w. mr -m- w 'r-TJiliS. F03 ALL TEE PTOFOSES 07 A FAMILY mYSIC. Tnzat ha !'ni ccfe-tcd a public demand for an etTcctive rmreattvc pill which could be relied on aa lure and perfectly safe in its operation. Thi ha. been prep irrd to meet that demand, nnd an exten sive tiial of its virtue ha conclusively shown with Tchiit iiicccs it aecooiplishia, the purpose deiifmed. It is enay to make a physical ft", hot not easy ta make the bent of all one which ihould hare none of the objections, but all the edrantages, of every oilier. Thi ha been attempted here, and with what succcas we would respectfully aubiuK to the pulilic derision. It ho been unfortunate fot rhe patient hitherto that nlmot every purgative medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow els. Thin i not. Many of them produce ao mock griping piin and revulsion iu the ayatem as to more th in ccmnterbiilance the good to be derived from them. These pi lit produce no irritation or pain, unless it arise...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 February 1855

BY SAM. T. IVIKS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1S55. VOL. VII-NO. 332. i- it yi s : ... pncT i, Wi!i.-l very Fraliiy at -2 per year lb, .,.irii;" ; -7"r- h, rh,r,i ft .mn.re ii- ' f..rtln flr.i inwrii I'kw lr '' 1 JmUi'iu iii.' A liberal .! .laclii.n li.a.!e to tlmae "' , r ,Z Iv lie year. :VI'lM..ii.M.i.lir.x.i.lVLr. :uriSTthr ..ifa of time, .he, iXtZ$SZ& .f candidate, foromcc, to, 'obituary notice. oer II Hue., charged t the regular .VcSSliS-niMl.... InteieM t. promote the private ,d,..r i.iiere.uor r..rpor.nlon;, .ri.-i.e., bchoo.a or Imlivl 1,1 .li, will be i -- as nillerti-.-lMel.ls. I,m i nu.ii , i( h ,..,,,,,,.,,, mi,,,,,,,. Circular.. Card". Illaiik.. Haii.ll.ills, c- ' eeculed in tvle and oil re.isuli;il.le tcrum. All M.ers Krtdre.,d to the Proprietor, pott paid, will b,e':,""5!2 .n - 'lie nan,, of four .. Ten , hicriber.. will he en.i.M to flh rnp, ratl.. No cou.,...mication in.erte.l uutesa .econipanled by the nume of the nulhor. OITie. on Main tet, nelt door to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 February 1855

ATHENS POST. 8. I IVIN'g, KDITOK AND PROPRIETOR. Trrm:- year. piytle in adrance, or t-1 tt he r Ttnrnon of the jtrar. VNPIr tlisi-uiitiiitierl until all arrearages are aul, except at the option o( the Publihrr. Par aauuunciog the Dame of candidate for office 5, Obituary Notice! orcr 11 linn, charted at the reruUr adrcrtuini rate.. All communication. Int.MM to promote the prirate ndl or iuureau of Corporation., ISorirtir. Mrlioola or Individual., will be charged aa a.lrcrti.einent. AT f IIIDAY, 1KB. 2, 1845. t-fSee Commercial Letters next page. New Bacon in selling at 10 cts. nt Atlanta old, dull sale. Circuit Court, Polk county, meets latli inat. lVe learn that a rich deposit of galena ontaining one-seventh silver linn been discovered in the neighborhood of Ricevillo in this countv. Ah Error. The Now York Leader, in publishing some railroad statistics, makes the following among other inaccuracies: "The highest grade is upon the East Ten nessee and Georgia Road, and is of 90 feet to ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 February 1855

"nUTill U SEWS UY Till: l'.UlFlC. Nsw Y..RK, J". '.!5 ni-'ht. i.l nre constructing The eiirriiii t :cv-t' . citv will' the fort. ft.. .....-l Ir, P.tl'i the 12th tlmtSe- lac iv." . . vaUupoI had falUn Ji4 n.l g""1 l'e' lief . , i . i RnliiLluva. miJ Omar rim. a eiuir.i itUn in puns til 1'H'i: a l.irce ui . .11,000 - ....1 r.ii .Tiiii into tli . c'riinen. Ten ibouuJTurk ve Ln.le.l at Dipato- " MencLikoff, it ii rq-rtoJ, has cUeJ in all the ileUcm-" .i.l The Sili uii'l Ctli f January i looke.l upon the J ,,e" llie ,tt"lt on Sevastopol ! wi)j he mu le- 0Jes letter of the 24tli. mention a Jem Hi f supplies lit Sevastopol for several day.. Another severe storm occurreJ on the Dlack Sea doing great iliim.iije. Various rumors nrenflout in regard to the rhinites in the liiitish Ohinet, which ure discredited. The Liverpool Amerienn Clioinlier of Com merce presented F.glin uu address for t lie part which he lind taken in the reciprocity treaty. The mediation of the I'. S. excited less attenti...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 February 1855

i - ! 6 J. i Ui' ... 1 " m AVER'S PILLS, xtw and ainmlarlr successful remedy for the .1 cure of all !:l:on diseases t'oativcucss, Indi erttion. Jaundice, lwpsy, Uheumntism, I'cvcn, (it, llnmors. NerT'iiiitie-.a, Irritability, Inflamma tion, He.nljerie, Pain in the hrraat, Side, Hack, and l.itnlai. Keen- le Comi.l tint. Sr., Ac. Indeed Terr few are tnothc-iei in which a Purgative Medi Hue lit not more or less rnjuired, and much sick, nr-ia and sntfrrin:! milit tc presented, if a hann less but i-iftctiul Cath.irtic were DuTe freely used. No person can feel well wiiile a costive habit of Is-dy prevail ; beaide it soon penerates serious and often fatal d sew, which nittzht hare been avoided bv the timely and judo-ions use of a good purgative. This ia alike true of Cold, r 'everish svmptoms. and Bilious derjni'ementa. They all tend to liecome or procure the deep seated and formidable distempers which load the hearses nil over the land. Hence a reliable fu nily phytic U of the firat impor...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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