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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 February 1855

BY SAM. P: IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1855. VOL. V1I-NO. 333. T E H M 8 : ... i. ibiali't err trtonr at 2 per year, f.,. ii , advaui., M P0o ' VwrM-S-' eh.rr.d II square 1 i lin or k, fur the 6rt man-uon, and 50 cenla for .Lk continuum. A liberal Seduction made ta those who adverUc by the year, frfmoiii en!mf ailrer litemcnu mint mirk the number ef Umrt they desire then Intoned, or they will be eootioawd antil forbid aud for aBDOUiicIni Die mines of candidate! for offlee, 5, ObUuary nollcei over li Hue, charged at the regular adrertiilug rates. All eomnvinli-Mioni Intended to promote the prlratt ndi or InUrreMs of Corporations, goeletiel. School! or Individual!, arlU be cliarsen ai wivcm-riiicm.. u'.ib.iurliu PanmliM", Minutes, Circular!, Card, Blanks, liandhill!, Ac. ill b executed In good slyl-, and on reainnitoie lerins. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post palil, will be prowipily attended lo. Peraons at a distance iendin ui the name! of four olvent mhicr...

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 February 1855

ATHENS POST. 8. f. IVINS, EOITOK AND FKUl'lttKTOlt. TrrMiS ia rear, paVakla la advance, or t at lie expiration ! III year. fV S pup?r d.aroi.iiniied until all arrearages are i rkctpi at the option of the Publisher. For aiiuouuciug the name of cauditlutc &r office S3, Cash. Olnlimrr Kutieet over 12 line, charged at the regular fedrertiting rate. All communication Intended to promote the private nls or interests of Corporation, tfoctetlet, fchools or , todiriuaal, be charged aa adTcrtlaenienti. athv.xh, iHiuir. run. o, issa. Electiox or Basic Officeus. The new Board of Directors Branch' Hank of Tennes see, at Athens, met on Wednesday and or ganized by re-electing the old officer Win. H. Ballew, President; A. Hlimird, Cashier; and M. P. Jarnagin and R..M. Edwards, Bank Attorneys. (jf Hon Josiah M. Anderson isannniinc rd in the Chattanooga papers as a candidate for Congress in the Third District. Uumor ays Henry Stephens, of .Monroe county, will be candidate for the same place. Circ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 February 1855

For the I'uJt- i.r;isi.ativk canva" Th friend of 1'iol.il.ition are urim-mg in T,nneMee ,-iih a ti.irit and resolution that ,trike terror into the n..nJ of the H" ' Tuey rsultcJ over the iimu.r.. -ll'd ,4nJi.l.te. who .Ovocatcl legwl.tioj. on the .itl.iect before tlie U'l J.1,,.V be" J. fixed in the belief tl.t -rol..b.t.n ,. ..npopitlnr. TI.ey MJr that .he nmn ,!! be M.Li who take, .,! n,...I on que ti0it1.e.I.Hloa,"1in;?e,1v From the very botto-n of their poor.elluh .ot.1. they wuh it. They lack the moral nerve to navo cnlt the trull., and cordially hate any man who i. Willi"!,' to do ,1U'-V ""J lh"8 '"lm"1' i.ter to them a withori.i- rebuke. Oil ves Jrunkeni.eiV "vice of lii.lcn.i. i.iien"-nien should not inebriate tliomwlve. they ny; but Jd, we feel under no obligation to risk our ...... nl.irit v upon mere abstraction. 'This all mar b to we think it is; and we are fortunate that they do not intrude themselves on n at l'rohibition men. We would fear their treachery at last, ft 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 February 1855

f k Jls fc .w.sw Ufct' 1' I f 5 : j .C ! AYER'S i PILLS. FOB ALL TEE fTOrOSZS OT A FAMILY PHYSIC. There has lor.R existed a public demand for an effective pursrative pill which could be relied oa aa are and perfectly safe in its operation. Thii haa been prepared to "meet that demand, and an exten sive trial of it Tirhicn has conclusively ahown with what ncccs it aeioniplMies the purpose designed. It U easy to make a phvaical pill, but not easy to make the best of all one which should have none of Hie oliieetions, but all the advantage, of every other. Thia haa been attempted here, and with' whi t snoce-a we would respectfully month to the pulilic decision. It has been unfortunate for the patient hithrrtu that almost every purgative medicine i acrimonious and irritating to the bow. la. This ia not. Many of thcin product ao much frriptng pain and revulsion in the avatem aa to mora than counterbalance the good to ue denied from thrm. These pill produce no irritation or pain, 'unless it...

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 February 1855

BY SAJL P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1855. VOL. VIIHVO. 331. TEBJIS! .he POT If publislir.l vw FrUlaj M 2 per Jtmr, . L in idvn. r f I, If paymtut U delajred until V-Jr "rlTl" iT-n W charged 1 , r li l line, or kss, hr thr fir insertion, and crnts far ;.Vfc ,e....tinu.... A lil:rl rturtlon ln.de to those wh. d"i h- J'i,r- tP""1' " j,T-ilu-menM must murk the number of limn Ihey desire ihVio Inserted, or they will be cootiuuwl until Ibrbid and chaffed ccoruiiiKiy .JM. for announcing tlie name, of candidates for office, S3, Obituary notice! over 12 linet, chared at tlie regular ,dAlVcom!mrnic "linns intended to promote the private ....i. ... interest of Cnrimralioin, Societies, Schools or Individual., will be charged a. ..Iveriisemei.ts. . ... i,...,.k. Paniu ileta. Miuulra, Circular., r.'rd. Blanks, lUmlhills, Ac, aill be eiecuted In good itvle. and on rrssnminle terms. All letter, addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, Will be promptly attended to. Persons at a dist...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 February 1855

II ATHENS POST. tCr. IVISi. KD1TOR AND PROPRIETOR. TriH:-l- year, paraoic in auraace, or aa at be expiration of the rear. J No raper discontinued astil all arrearage araj f jr amoaaduf Uw unci of candidate far sCee 5, ra: Oiiituary Sntlees orer 1! lines, charged at the regular adrertiine rates. All eoinmanicaUan Intended to promote the- prirate end or interest of Corporations, Neietie, Schools or Indiridoml, wiU be charted " ailrertijeiuenti. ATIIE5I!, UIUA tliV. IB, 1 845. frST Chancery Court will commence at lliii)1n?t; on Monday next, tiie 19th inst. Meet1.no or the Direciort. The new Directory East Tennessee and Georgia Rail road Company, will meet to organize on Fri. day the 3d dny of March. trtT"1' It would afford us great pleasure to comply with any suggestion of our- friend up the country in which he might be person ally interested, and should Mention occur we liopo he will not hesitate, to command our services. But the matter of which his let ter treats has boon canvassed i...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 February 1855

i-noinr.rnuN-MuiiAL suasion-. I am Jcli 'liU'l to think fair o.H.rluuitjr fMcMi... to,,.e,tfaoetof..,tl,e pur- ,j0Mf exulting it--JtB,eV'ur ' t.ioUngtlie rJ..jr .J mor.ljty of tl, ' i tii.ikimI if we would aecom SUllSlOH sliOIlM l u,t"' . , . pli.h.T.mpera..cr.fm,.t.oo. Tins may v.tcl toU- uii" Convention nextTnurs- ,uv; nt a.i.-"S. i bc "f'a',d "f f ;,r ..upuUri.v. W .vou o'Pl'o,,b.. lion ut.Jer oUthinS word, th drinking snd liquor .eJlini,' mt-u will understand you they will not Us misled. All they w.iiit is a champion; ud lhy will not be very ocr.ipu )oui a to liis definition, just o he will aid in keeping tip tlia present liberty tyittm. Cut if ,ou really believe that these moral influence' shoiiIJ be brought to bear, culne up on that. v and go to work. We would nUd be much fiiitified to meet those who have no very ilefinite opinion ns to the course they should purine. "Iron fhnrpene'.h iron; no a man (harpeneth the countenance of his friend. ' I'ome up then, fellow citizens, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 16 February 1855

vv-LX; nil "VlMvc 1TT T Q j 2 A. -1-iAV' O -L X .A-i IjkJ Axkw nnil aimrularlv irccefiil remedy for ths cure of nil Bilious tlirie C'oativenes. Indi gestion, Jatut Jirr, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fevers, Gout, Humor. Nervousness, Irritability, Iiinamnia tiims, Ilcml ichf, I'.iinB in the llreast. Side, Hack, Olid Limb, Heiwde Cimlaints, Ic.Jtc. Indeed very few arc the diwnae in which a Purgative Modi cine i nut more or less required, and much sick ness and siitli-riiur iniwlit be prevented, if a harm les but effectual C'nthartic were more freely used. No person ran feel well while a costive habit of body prevail! ; beside it soon generate serious and often fatal diseases, which miiflit have been avoided bv the timely and judicious use of a good purgative. This is alike true of Colds. Feverish symptom, and Bilious dcranifcments. They all tend to become or produce the deep seated and formidable distemper! which load the hearses all over the land. Hence a reliable family physic is of the firs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 February 1855

BY SAM. P. IVIXS. POST la puhliahtd trrry frldny at 2 rwr year, )ararlt In a.lraucr. or $4, if payment ia delayed until Jtc ripirsllnn of the year. Ailvrrliwinriil. will r charred r-r q f I! line., or lew, for the Ant inierlion, and Ml cenu for each eonlinuaiK. A liberal .ltnelli'n made to It-.eae who advert!., hy ill. rear. rrIVrw.nl eiid.n adeer tlMinenU mn.t mark lh nuniher of time. Il.ey deir Ihaai Uiarrted. or they will be continued until forbid and charted accornmrly waJ for announcing the uaniei of candidates for onice, o, ''o'bl'tnary notieea oier U llnea, char jed at the refular adeertt.iiiR rate.. All communirallnn. Intended to promote tlie pnriM and. or Interol. of Corporation., Sm-letiea, Scliooli or Indi'MiiaK will be rharx-d aa adrertiwmeun. JAb H'ark.iU'-liM Paniplileta, Minute., Circular!, 'Card., Illatik", lUmlhilU. Ac, will b executed in good at. 1.. and on reasonable term. All letter. addreed to the l'roprletor, pott paid, will fee promptly attended to. Penon. at ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 February 1855

J ATJLEJfS POST. B. f. IMS). EDITOR SI I'KOTKIKTllK. TerittS i yer , nTlA in advance, or . at Jit tiiiru.w 0f ,k yar. (4TV"f6 paper dinritlniK-(f until all arrearages arc a"l,rxee.rtat Um optiop af thr INbli.lier. ynr annaanciof Ihc aaiccf cf clotilatej fur offlee is, Cah. lMltnrr Notion orer 1! linn, charged at the regular adrriiinr rafrn. All commurtl' irtlnns Intended to prnmote th private tn-ls ir lnterl of Corporations. iWlrlie. Hchovla or Iuaivlituala, will o charg-ed aa atlTertitetnrnt. ATIItS I lllll tV, f i:H. 23, 1853. Candidate tor Governor. We find the following Card in several of the Middle Ten nesaee papers: To the People of Tennessee: ' Hillside, Bedford co., Feb. 12, 1855. Fellow-Citizens -Grateful for tlie gener ous sentiment expressed for me in the news papers, and in private letters, I deem it my duty to respond by resptctfully announcing that Urn i candidate for the office of Gov ernnr of Tennessee, nt the net idection. Faithfully, your ob't scrv't., M. P. GENTRY...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 February 1855

1 ' OWAKD DOUGLAS o the WAR. en. Sir H. Douglas, (than whom there in . liiplier military authority living) in a nii. l-mrit.irv chapter to the new edition of his work on Naval Gunnery, levieHS tlio wh! camp.iin up to the present date, and on Strictly scientific principles," condemns tjie operation!) in the LVunua lie says that Almn w as a worthless victory nay, a inim-'liirvoui one; anil lie alinug the reius'iit v.'liy, n-iiiuly: 1,-iyinir niei;e tu Ne vnstopol, it may s il'ely lm nxserted thai the moil udvaiitafou i...nt of nttaek was the northern side; there the ground is must ele vated, tind the lar'e oeta'unul work on its milimit is it citadel and the key of the place. 'J'liis tjkeii, the Telegraph and Wasp Latte ries on the northern heights, Fort -Constni. tine and the Torts below beinir roimiriniled and attacked in reverse, must have mum fallen; while, the town, tWIts, arsenal, and liarrarks ' on Iht; south side of the harhor would he at the mercy of the allies, uho, liy the l...

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 February 1855

t AYER'S PILLS. ro aix nil rrarcsu or i FAMILY rilYSIC. Thmi has lowjr Ulster, t pnMir demand I for a effectiv purifaiise pill which could be relied on a sure anil perfectly safe in iU operation. This bas been prepared to meet tht demand, and an exten ire trial of ita virtues haa conclusively shown vntb hat success it accomplishes the purpose desiirnrd. It ia easy to mnke a physical pill, but not easy to make the beat of all pill one which should have none of tho orijoctinns, but all the advantages, of very oflicr. This has been attempted here, and with what success we would respectfully submit to tike public decision. It haa been unfortunate fot the patient hitherto that almost every pnrRativw medicine- ia acrimonious and irritating to the bow N. This is not. Many of them produce so muci Kriping pain and re.ulsiun in the system as to more than counterbalance the good to be denied from them. These pill produce no irritation or pain, unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc...

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. — 2 March 1855

w i jr. i r Sd into us i V 3 H IH 111 M II M SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1855. YOL. VII NO. P0T If puhllihwl erjr Friday t 2 pr yesr, J,,,,',llllvmnie,or if iwrmcnl U delayed onlll j npiralinn of the year. Ad vrrli iM'" wi" t''rM ' Per "1"" ml li linen, or le, fur the Brut iniM-rlion, and ti emu tor each rontlnuann. A liheral ilMuctlnn made to those who lertle ly the year. jVI'eraom aendins art vi-r-liiemrntl mutt mark ttie numlier of llinea th-y deir them iimrled, or they will be continued until forbid and chared aecordii.irly.tf1 Kor anliouncinq the naiuel of candidate! for offlce, fa. Obituary nolicei over 12 linei, charged at the regular adrcrtininK rate!. All communication! Intended to promote the private end! or lntereti of CorKiratlon, gocietiel, Hchuol! or Individual!, will be chanted adverliemeiiti. Job Vorl."U' hal Pamphlet", MinutM. Circular!, Cardi, Blank, Handbill!, c, will be executed In Kd tvle, and on reainnahle term!. All letter addri-anwl to the ...

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

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVINP, KDlTOIt AND ITtOPHaTOft. Triu! ii a yenr, payable In advance, or flat the epil ation nf Itie year. tj(TNop;ii(-r discmitlmiecl nntll all arrearages are paiil, erei at the optlou of the Publfhi-r. t'cir auitoimtiiir Uie names of caujiilates for office 5, Cash, Obi Wlfy Nrftlcf over 12 llnei, charged at the regular aJrprtiMiiir rait'. All ociuiiiunii'Mtonf IntenilM to promote the prirate ndri of ItitcreMi of CoriMirstions. S.M-ieiie, School or liiilii'lflitiilA, will be chariri-ij at advertisements. atiii:, ntimr, ifilso, isas. l$f Circuit Court meets lit Washington, Rhea county, Monday the 5lli inst Yif An advertisement to sell two likely negroes, will be found on next page. The Temperance, people hnd a large and enthusiastic meeting on the 22d ultimo. We supposed some person would furnish a copy of tho proceedings for publication. But n ct we have not heard from them. Tan Yard roit Sale. Mr. Gettys, of tli i - place, oilers his Tan Yard for sale. The situat...

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 March 1855

TX" " II IE CZAR'S RKI.IGION. from lh Prebywrimu-j . i.i.. As the present K-ittern w.ir 14 osieniui, cintesi ior '"-- SX o? tl.o Greek Church, our rtJers l.irfo di .1 II ... I I.Irn'tlV. ln?J ... j i" . : , . virunMy occuring in tl. te C, or i-. li ii iii! it if Rum Oritf nally the Greek Urns...,, oc iied i" territory L:mt lllyria, Greece uruinr, wilh the Mure ami Arhitwlijjo, Asia AJiiior, and Syria, with Paleliue, Arabia, ami fVvtt; but Hie rinj nnJ iirojrre of Muliani nied iniaiu afterward derived it of ulimmt di it provinces in Asia and Atriea; nnit even in Europe the number of it adherent lias been diminished by the Turku. This Lis, liuwuver, aomewliat repaired by tliJ no cemion ofwfver.d nl the Sclavonic nation. nd especially of Rusaia in the luth century. Since that time, the latter luis been the chief temporal power by which the Oriental chureli ha been upheld. The Greek Cliur. h lu never displayed the vigor and nirressivene)! whtt'tt nave ueen kh.h.h. ""' lit seemed rather ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 2 March 1855

Ml i I: 'it. ii ' AYElt'S PILLS, Sew and sinoiibrlv successful remedy for Cue euro of ail I'.iliim di-e:ie CwtiveiicKa, Inch- peulinn. Jaundice, llrupsy, Rheumatism, Fevers, i tsolll, liunion, .imHnHncfa, irniiumuy, inaainma tiuns, licubiilie, I'uins in the lireaat, .Side. U.ick, unit Limits, Kcm de CompluinUi, Ac, Ac Indeed very few are the lUei'- in which Pttrrntive Modi cine in nnt ncre nr less required, mid much sick, nets and suffering nii'ht be prevented, if a harm Viiu but effectual Cathartic were niore frceljr used. No pernon ran fit 1 well while a costive habit of taxly uiei.iio ; U-.M.S it soon generates serious and often fatal disease, which illicit have been avoided hv the timely nnd j'ufiriniit use of a (rood purgative. This is alike troeof Cold, feverish symptoms, and liilioti. di-nuscineiit. Thy all t'-nd to become or produce the deep se-itrd and formidable distempers which load tho lie:tre all over the land. Hence a reliable f.imilr physic is of the .first importance...

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 March 1855

1 "-1 1 I 1. BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, MAECH 9, 1855. YOL. Til NO. 337. n rm ? n Ml! ,- -oT U publlihed every Frid.y at $ per jeu, Vd'f.Vu'JmralTWm be ch.rged $1 per f or lector the r.t in-ertloo, and 50 cent, for ,f K Hunca. A liberal drducUon made to thow bUie ye." JST Pern. ending ad r iT.t m.rk the number of time, theydeilre totheyilHbe continued U1 forbid and SSSSSSSfSS of candidate, for ofBce, 15, Swta.ry notli. or li line., charged at the regular Alui'mnmnVeat'lon. Intended to promote the private .. ""Utercuof Corr.or.tion., Bocietle., School, or I.idlvklual, "HI be chred a advertlwment.. 1 .Lb Work, " "mphlet., Minute., Circular., C, SUrAii, H-ii.ll.iIU, Ac, wlU b executed in good wle. an on rea.on.hle term.. All letter. ad.lre.rd to the Proprietor, pott paid, will V;rrnrance-.end.nr u. the name, of four -I ".ub.criber., will be entitled to a fifth copy -r. . No communication In.erted uule.. accompanied by thtT,mce,,."M.in,itret, next doer to the old Jack ton H...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 March 1855

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IV1N3, EDITOR AND PUOFUUTOtt. Terms . a y-jar, -wjatoe ic advaiue, or 3 at he y;triitiua ti' ii.e L-ar. li" I't diac-oiaiuned until all arrearages art excvpi at the option of the fubiutirr. tt aoiiouutu.i tneuamei ol candidates for oOct J 5, Cub. Obituary Notices over 12 Unci, charged at the regular JvertUiui raid. All communication! Intendrd to promote th private end or Interest! of Corporation, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertiacmenta. ATIIU.VS, f'HIDAY, IHAHCIIDi 1853. ' jgr" Persons, oilier than those having , yearly contracts, sending advertisements in for publication without the number of inac tions desired marked, will have them charged at the usual rates and continued until order ed out. No departure from this rule under any circumstance. See commercial letters next page, ISP The gentleman who got up A Nut for Know Nothings to Crack," is too deep, hidden, and mysterious- for us.' Still, if he will favor us with nn interview, we ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 March 1855

ELEGANT EXTRACT. The following Uaulilul irMt " fronl George Upuard'e Iwture on tl.e legendary history of the Revolution. Tl.ii.k of it, you who ire raUinj inch d a."lil"'1 tl,e Know Nothings are tmleavonnjr to p!a.-e America In tl.e hand. f American.. Think of tl.e many liwM.ij l'alriot h:,d to endure to gain ' liberty "ow en joy. Think of that tll-c!ad, ill-arrueJ, half. ,Urinf innMl'"' etood uliiverinj while the fierce indi of a December nilil how led around them, the snow falling thick end fast, barefooted leaving the liuirke of their blood binrd feel upon the virgin nuw, their heart almoatdiMuurngid, and the God like Wash ington encouraging them still onward. Think of thru thing and then stand up and say before high heaven that this man it wrong that is contrary to the will of our fure f.itli era, and agaiubt the interest of our country. "And now, a the old in in, hi wife, and daughter cluster around ihe lire, tell me, why doe that old mini's head dronp slowly down, his eyes fil...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 9 March 1855

GREAT REMEDY! Celebrated Family Ointment. It MUd, Safe, Tnmmrh end the rrUM tjlmfl Reme dy erer need. H it emmfeeed ef VtgeukU tjarmrt end suasra... flutter nneenmUed in fAe aaaaf. ef Mrdurmjw the mm nf I, tmtmntmrn Ihmnttt. It is uiilverallyackiiowledid to 1 an Infallible remedy, In every cue where II bu been laiihfully spieled on the human .y.iem, for prooioiinf Ineensihle Perspiration, and Is Invaluable In nil diseases of the ftrmh. Obstinate Ulcere, Did Sores, ChlMbl-iins, More Throat, Burns, Cuts, Cutaneous F.rUlons, Bore Nipples, rore BrraX, Diseases of tlx Eye, A (Pie In the Fare, Rheumatic Pains, Contracted t'oids. Pain In the Hide, Rack andoliier parts of tnesysu-m, Scald Head, Bruises, Fresh Wouiios, Piles, and every kind of ore containing Hie least imrtirle of lullauuuation, art permanently cured by this great remedy. HEAUNO VIRTUES. It I 1 net, authenticated here, as well as nil over the Plate, and indeed the whole western states, that feloan'a Medicines have attained a ...

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