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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 10 August 1855

- - Si Vf1 ft Si la T.i nv 4 ' BY SAJT. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEJfN.",- IBID AY, AUGUST 10, 1855. VOL. VII-XO. 359. ' ii r-i i-'i T E U Jl : flflt POST l ptiWlh-d every Friday at U per year, arable In a.!"'"-", or if payment U delayed uutil !, ,i.iralio:l of the year. AdrrrllafiHC"'" will he charted 1 per quare .r 12 lines, or le, fur tin-first Innertion, ami AO rents for (uk continuance. A liberal nV.luclion made to I hose whaadrerlise ly the year. l'aP"l'eroii n.n.liiiK alvrr titemenU mint mark tlie nnniber of tlni." they rilr than Inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and eharfed accordingly.,. J Fur annouiirii))r tlie name's of candidates for office, f 5, Ciuk. . Obituary nottees orer H Uns. cliarRed at the regular advertising: rate. All communication" intended to pror.qte the private end! r Interest of Cnrjiorationft f-m-ielics, Hcuoota or ladiridtlsls, .ill he charged aadTerliements jatb WorU. "'. Pamphlets, .Minutes. Circulars, Cards, Wanks, llalnlhill.l, IC, will be e...

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. — 10 August 1855

. ATHENS. POST. 8. P. ITIKS, EDITOR AND FUOPRIETOB. Trm:-J a year, payable In advance, or ft ml fc exuiratioBof the year. 1 9 Nil paner discontinned until all arrearage! arc palj, except ai the iiou of the PuMUtver. Fur auuouacin the names o( caudidatcs tor office 13, Caih. Obituary Xntleea OYer 12 lines, charged at the regular BdTertiaiug rates. All eoraauniestions Intended to promote the prlrate ndi or Intsrr ita of Corporation!, Hoeietiee, Schools or odirtduals, will oe charged ai advertisements. ATHENS, 1111 DAl'i AIG, 10. 1833.' THE RESULT GREAT KNOW-NOTHING VICTORY OVER THE LEFT. The long Agony is over, the storm has swept by, the bnttlo is ended, and victory has again perched upon the democratic ban ner. The fight was a hard one, the contest cloao, and it has proved disastrous to tlio new party. Tennessee has followed in the wake of Virginia, and we suspect Kentucky, North Carolina, and Alabama have followed Ten nessee, and that Georgia will follow the oth ers. "Sam" and his ...

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. — 10 August 1855

FOREIGN NEWS. Nsw YooK.Aug. 3, Tlit steamship Washington arrived today. She left Bremen on the 18th ult , topping at Cowes,and brinsing Liverpool papers of that date. Admiral MarhcnofT, in command of the Rnaaiun fleet in the harbor t Sebastopol, ,-. killed durinff the action of the lltli of ' Jyly. The correspondent of the London News, writes, under dale of July 18th: "We an .till far from the work of Ihe enemy, and as the pace between us is swept in every direction ' by lh Russian projections, our approach pro t rriHi very slowly." In the att.ck on Ry tidt, mde by the English frigats Harriet, t the 14th of June, 47 Russian merchant ships wars dostroysd, amounting to 20,000 tuns. Bostos, Aug. 2. The steamer Ais arrived here to-day. The English file contain some extracts of interest in addition to the Halifax des patch. The War. Pelissier, whose chtraeter suffered much after the I8th of June, was regaining confidence, und from the French works now clone Advanced toward the Mala koff,...

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. — 10 August 1855

Hiwas see College flcureo count)-, Tciiri. Spring S"ion of this jimn but pros 1 peroiu limit ution will clos.e us loll. ms: Annual Examination. TitesJuy auJ WcJ Bes.lny, 17lli mi 1 lsih .Jtilv; Sl'EAklNO AND CoXFKV.r.INU DlrLOS'AS, ThlllS- day tli e 1'jt.li. The Fall Session will commence Monday, Fept. 1 7 tli, Bt w li n il time stnileuts will find it, to their advantage to ue, present to enter their proper el. isio. Tcitiom ?10 per session; Continent. foe $1; boarding ut moderate rates. A iiumlier of rooms in th! vicinity are occupied free of eliarge by those wishing to hoar. I tltetmelves; which they do at a cost of from fifty cents to one dollar per week. Our local inn is it the rnniilrij, two ntid a half ruilea front Madiionville, in a neighbor hood noted fir indii.it ry and morality; eon gerpienl.ly we are comparatively fife from temptations- (o prodigality, iiileiiipcrnrjee, and oilier vi'3 too freijticntly met with In towns and cities. A post oll'mo 1ms been established at th...

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. — 17 August 1855

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FEIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1855. VOL. VII-NO. 3G0 TKnniit 1 rifS POST It pnblWr) every Friday M 2 per year, payable in drance, or $3, If ptvyruent ii delayed until he expiration of the year. A4Trllement win be charred $1 per ifuare f 11 llnei, or leti, for tlieflnt insertion, and SO cent for each continuance. A fiber al deduction mnde to thotc ww adTertlee by the year. $WPton tend in r adver (Itemente mtiit mark the number of times they deiilre them Interied, or they will be continued until Forbid nd charfed accordingly. jtFl For announcing the nam el of candidate! for office, $5, Wltorjr notleet over 19 Unci, charged t the regular kdvertiltng ratra. All communication h Intended to promote the private end or Interest! of Corporation!, ftocietlet, Hchool! or la dividual, will he etiarerd ai advertisements. Jmh Wrk sif h as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Itlanks, Handbills, Ac, will b executed In good tyle, and on reannnbte ternm, Alt letters addressed ...

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. — 17 August 1855

ATHENS POST. . F. ITIN8, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TtrmiiM) a Jar, payabl tn sdranc, or $8 at expiration of ths year. No paper dlscontlnu ontn all arrearage art aid, sauept at ths option or the Puhllither. For anooaoetoi tha names of candidates for office 90, Oaih. Obituary ITotleei orer It lines, charged at the regular ftdrertlilnR ratee. All communication! Intend? A to promote the private Ada or Interests of Oorporatloni, SncHMles, School or BdMdaals, will be charged as adTcrtticments. . ATHEItm I'MIOAVi A IH. IT, IS.1S. djf Circuit Court la In session at this place Judge Hynds presiding. One gen. Neman hat been aent up for five years, for horse stealing. Chancery Court meeta here next Monday. 3Sn)ith's majority in thia Diatrict ia 000 votes a loaa of 1000 from hia majority ofl853. Got. Johnson's majority la reported in the Naahvilla papara at 1900. We omit our In- blea thia week, but will publiah thrm again aa soon aa the official figures are all obtained. In tha Legislature, accord...

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. — 17 August 1855

THE LOUISVILLE 1UOT3. We oopy the following articU respecting the rioti in Louitville Imt Monduy from the Journal of Tuesday morning. Tlie Journal promise it more detailed account of those unfortunate disturbances in hit next issue: We deeply regrot to have to record the scenes of violence, bluodshcd, nnd houso burning which noottrred in our city yesterday. We cannot now express our grent abhorrence of such things, nor ann we find tpneo in which to eay what we would wish to siiy upon this subject. A terrilile responsibility reste upon those who have incited tho foreign papula tion of the illy to the deeds of violence which werethe conMiicnceinent of the riots in tho Pint nnd Eighth Wards. Wo nro confident that those riots were not ocensioned by any thing that happened nt Any of the several voting-places. The clcetiun throughout the eity, at far at we can learn, lind pnxsed oil' with unusual quiet, with the exception of a brutal outrage in the Fint Ward, of wnicli we thnll tpenk pres...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 17 August 1855

Hiwassee College IlMrM canty. Tn. TOE Spring acsslon of this young but pro parous Inatittition will olos. m follows: Amuai, Examihation. Tuasday and Wed nesday, 17th and 18th July; Sr.taixn and Co.trsutti.iu Diploma, Thurs day the lflth. Tin Full Session will eontmenea Monday, Sept 17th, at which time student will find it to their advantage to ba present to enter their proper olasses. Tuition (10 per session; Contingent fee $1; boarding at moderate rate. A number of rooms in tba vicinity are occupied fret of barge by tlioea wishing to hoard themielvcs; which they do at a ooat of from fifty eanta to one dollur per week. Our loeation ii in Ihe eoHnlry, two and half mile from Madisonville, in a neighbor hood noted for Induetry and morality ; con sequently w are comparatively free from temptations to prodigality, intemperance, and other viees too frequently met with In towna and eitiea. A post office has been established at the Institution; therefor letter to the Faculty and Student sho...

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. — 24 August 1855

4 s s s .BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, $55. vol. vii-m 36i. TERKIIIt NTH POST lipubUi.hidTeiTlVMiyRt Hptr )rtr. trnhl In ftflrRnc. or $3, if pftjrtntnt It deUysd until ). txplntton of tho yr. Advrrfltfiiieud m (m ehnrfcd 1 ptr qtiftit f 19 linen, or leu, for the flrit Initrtlon, and DO nnu tor vfth enntlnuKtict. A liberal (IH action midt to than who KilrerUte by Uit yew. FTertom Mndlnjr dor tlnmtiM rnuit murk th number of timet they rteitre them Iniertod, or the will bi ontlnutd until forbid and Vhargtd Record I nKly.ajgtt For announcing (lit nmnea of etndldftttiforofflet, 90 Cmh. O Mm try notleet or 18 llntf, chart td at the regular vtverilwtnjr ratee. All com mini lent Ion Intended to promote the private ndt or lntrttf of Cbrporatloni, Soelellci, Schoola or Individual, will be churned Advertisement. SnU WetrUtSiirhm Paionlilett,MluuU, Circular, Card., Hunk, Hand Hi It, Ac, will be executed In Rood tyle, and on reaaontible term.. Ml Itttera addreaved to the Pr...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 24 August 1855

ATHENS POST. . P. IVINS, KUITOR AND PKOI'RtKTOR. '. Twin1 -H ft jreur, pyM In adrane, or $A at nplraUron of the ft. For anBMDOliif Ui Amei of cndUIMt for sfflc OMtttary W ntlooi over II tlaei, eharfed u tht rtgufr MrerUainir rule. AJI communleallnni In tend M to promM 0m prlmte mil or IntoroftU Of Onrporntion, fioHetiM, fchooli or dindttftl,wm b charged u lTrtlementi. iron. ATHENS rBIDAt'i AKV. t 8TOCHOLDt'-Mci!TI!tO.'-tft "accordance Willi a resolution adopted at tlis Inst Conven tion of the Stockholder East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad Company, the next nnnunl meeting will tnke place at Knoxville on Wednesday, the Ath September. ' The notice fur tho mooting which will bo fbilnd on the next page, should hnve been published at an earlier day, but In the multi plicity of business it Was inadvertently ne. fleeted. We tnlst,' however, thero is ample time for the Stockholder all to be advised of the day and place of meeting, and that no In convenience will arise from the omission to g...

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. — 24 August 1855

For the Voti. Jr. Editor : Now tlint the elootion la pant and t'.ie people are resuming their usual nvo cations, and party Impulses are temporarily subsiding, permit me, through the Poet, to ftsk my countrymen to pnuso, at this nuspl eloas moment, nnd think end Investigate, each for himself, nnd determine to not in fu ture for his own end Ms country's good. In my estimation the American party commands the fespeet of nil who entertain right views, stattdiug es it does upon A platform patriotic, conservative and national. Yen, more; fur the Protestant element in its organ ir.nl ion is destined to extend its lines (though not con vening) to the ends of the earth. Protest nut Ism in the Revolution of '78 was the motive power, blessed by Heaven, to break the arm of both civil and ecclesiastical dosolism that itrove to crush our noble ancestry. And un til the delusions and despotisms of the old world are Annihilated by the light of truth, or baptized, if you please, with the snnie spirit ...

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. — 24 August 1855

Hiwasaee College IHenar CMtttw, Tomb. TnR Spring tetsion or tliia young but prat perons Institution will elos at fnllowtt Akku.m KxmTi(i. Tuesday and Wed nesday, nth and 18th Julyi prRAKINn Saw VOarKURlSQ UIFLOXAt, luura day tlit 1 ntli. Th Fall Session wilt eommenc Monday, Hept. 17th. at which timt students will find it to their advantag to h prattnt to enter their proper classes, TomoN 110 per testioni Contingent fee 11; boarding at mndertte rate. A number of roomt in the vicinity are oceupied free of charge by those wishing to hoiird thetntelvee; which they do at a eost of from fifty cents to one dollar per week. Onr location it a Ike country, two and a half miles from lladisonville, in a neighbor hood noted for industry and morality; eon acqoentty we are comparatively free from temptations to prodigality, intemperance, and other vices too frequently met with in towns and cities. A pott office hat been established at (he institution; tnertiore icttert to tut raouuy and ntmicnte s...

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. — 31 August 1855

'BY SAM, P. IVINS.. ATHENS, TEffli FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1855. VOL. VII-NO. 3G2. riffc POST In published every Friday nt f2 per your, MrnMelti adyance-, ot , If puyintnt ti delayed until the expiration of the yeur. Ad vcrlUfimnt will toe rhnrffcdsH per square ftf JV Unci, or less, for the first Insertion, and M cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction madu to those wlvo adrertlse by the year, fry IVrsons sendlnir adver tisement must maix the miiiibnr of times titer desire (hem Inserted, or they will he continued until forbid and charged acoordlnly. For anuounclug the uumei of candidates for office, f 5, Om. Obituary notices over 13 lines, charged at the regular trdvertlVmt, rates. All communication Intended to promote the private end or IntereMi of Corporation!. HocU tlow, School! or Individuals, will be churned an advTtl'nieiits. Job Work anch nslaiiiililet,MhMiU-,Circulnr. Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will bo executed in good llylf , and on rcanotinhle terms. All let tors ndt...

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. — 31 August 1855

ATHENS POST. S. P. IVIN8, K1HTOH AND PKU1UIIKTOR. Terms! jw', pujabli In atlTancs, or f 8 at S sxpirsllnn of the jresr. tsr1 No puper dmoiHlniifil onill I1 srrmcs sre SMId.eaei'TStsI the option tf lite PnW'shiT. Jof 'snaoimclng lit nsiues of cantlltlAtes for omce f 3, flash. O.ilttisrv Notices oYor 13 linos, cltsrgrd it the rcjulnr SfttTrrtlfft?, rrtes. Ah cmrmti'ikslloTil IttteniM lo nrotnotf Hi pvlvnte ndt or Intoreatt of Cfiiinis;lnns, snctetie, Schools or diflduele, will be chirked nlvm .lnei.icnu. A Til t-.XS, IIIIIH V, AVti. 81, 1835. HfTho Circuit Court for BriicHcy county rtecU at Cleveland next Monday, tlio 3d September and at Madisonviile on Monday following, the tOlh, STOcKrroLDKT.s' Cosvrhtiom. The nnntinl meeting of tho Stockholders of tlio East Tennessee nnd Georgia Railroad will lis held at Knoxvillo on WtUnusd.-iy next, tde 6.li September. (3BT The Fall session at Forrest Hill Acado my commences on Wednesday next, the 5th Sept. Mrs. Cooke's School on Monday, the 3d. ...

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. — 31 August 1855

THE KNICKERBOCKER A TIMELY BIT OF SATIRE. The "Ktiick" lor August U a rure niiinlicr. Ita Editor' tublu Is tnslcriilly nr.d bi.tttililtilly prend, nnd cuiitiiiim many ridi dishis. Wu innU'h the following litllu '-ktiiikum-U" wliidi hita off ndniirubly ono of tliu provniliin wviik ntiases of the times. A man in tin town of eumniiiu. murder n black, diabolical murder. Tlicru wu not it ainjrlu Icatiiru in tliu casu that merey could render Available. It wan "red tuurdur"in Hit) truest acceilaliiin of tlio term. A Inwycr of considerable eminence wan called on by tliu piUmicr, but al'ler liiriit I in own Btatvinvnl hu would jjivo him no other ndvicv than tlio follow ing: "My friend, if you are not hanged, it will be bucauso you have broken jail, cut your throat, or or xhammi'il mail. The murderer took tliu bint, lie waH not able to accomplish tliu lirnt; hu wu uuwillit.g to do the Rccnml, mi he attempted the third. Hocamuintiithectiiirtuiiilied.lv of bis trial with one irhivc and one boot...

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. — 31 August 1855

Poplar Hill Acay. FOR MALES yo MALES, IIRniut ran ri Tcnn. THE VtoMttl Session of thli Institution will pen on Monday, Jttlv S3d next, and loea on Friday th 21at day of Deeombcr 1865. ATM OF Tl'ITln. lit Clam Orthography, Heading Wrl- tins nnd Mental exercises. (.1,00 i. Clasa Oeoirraphy, English Oram- mar nnd Arithmetic. $1,00 td. Class Natural 1'hiloiophy, Chem (try, Losio, Rhotorioand Mathenint lea. 10.00 Contingent (ee In advance. Ma Tuition eharired from date of entrance till the eloM of the session, and no deduction for low time, except in ease of protracted aieknoa, Hoarding can le had In private families near the School, on moderate terma. J. C. 13AUH, Trincipal June 19, 1855 tf. 8M Decatur Academy. THE Trustees of Decatur Academy take pleasure in informing the publio gene rally that they hnvo secured the services of T. J. Cnpps, who is a graduate of Knst Ten ncssee University, nnd whoso written testi monials entitles us to recommend him as every way qualified for tho busine...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 September 1855

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1855. VOL. VII-N0 Si . j. .... M TURKS! NT POST li publbhefl every Frl-lny nt $2 per year, payable In Rdvance, or H, ir iiy incut La deluycd until the explrntloti of tlic yeur. Ad vortlpuiPiifM will h ehnrRrd f 1 per fiunrf f 18 llnei.or leal, fur thuHnt Insertion, a nil HOoenti for Ach cnntlnuimce. A llheriil iVHiifitlon rniuta to thme who 4vrtlu by the ycur. fVI'ersonii sen-llriRiiilver-- tlieoienti mint m-irk the number of tlmei tht y tlcolre them liner ted, or they will lie continued until forbid and eharffd accord In pi; v.mfc For anaouoclng tlic .iiu.ici of candidates Tor office, tli, Cixh. Ohttuary notice- over la Unci, charged at the regular advertising tnvu. All communication (ntendrd to promote the private hd or Interest of Corporal tan , PiHetleii. ftchoola or Indlvldunls, will hv cliurt il ho nrivvrtUemeiilii. Jb Workt mich ns PumplilfU, cSiinuUii, Clrctilnm, Cards, Blanks, llandMIln, Ac, will be executed In good flty...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 September 1855

ATHENS POST!. a, r. itik, armra rnomrroa "Tersrist asaMs la isE,or test tsisralsili of tho rr. SSJ No pspor dlrxmtilinoeit fmlff ) SrreSragSS aft aald.exooplol tht opllim ot Ihe PuMtahor. For aaaosnoinc wo muM 01 owiqiomoo ww nci so. Cuh. Ofcitasry NotloM OTr It lines, ofcarfoa el tho rvgalar Sdvortisln. rstvs. All onmrsunk-stlirtls InMnrhsl f Srulimts the n-rrta ad or Inforoou of Corporations, Snrletles, Schools or MtrUtaals, will bo ehsrawl m adTtrtlonnoBU. ATHVmriuuATi nr.rr. t, is. Msarit Savisos IssTiTUTiofj. We on. deraUnA b a few of tha bill of thli Institution creeping Into circulation In thli part of Ihe country. We hurt no Informa tion In regard to tta character, solvency, or condition. The billa lire quoted, In "Pud. dock'a U. S. Bank Mirror," Cincinnati, at 10 par sent, discount, and tho concern la belicv ad to belong to the genu wild-cfli. The act incorporating it was passed Feb. 4, 1852. Perhaps some of the Mcmphia paper can tell more about It Election or Directors. At...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 September 1855

' PATRONAGE. The following article oa the subject of v "patronage1' is Copied from the Halifax Sun. '. " "Vf copy it because our awn experience eri fies every word of Iti Thii thing called patronage Is queer thing. It l very eorreotly remarked by some one, that it is composed of ae many colors at ,1 - the rainbow, and ii ae changeable ai the hues .of the) chameleon. I On eubscriber for a paper and pare for it J in advance he goee home and rend it the . year round with the proud satisfaction thnt It is his own. He linnds in an advertisement ". asks I he price and pays for it this is pa ' . tronage. ..." Another man says'' Put my name on your list of subscribers," without having as much as having said paid once.' lie asks you for to' advertise but ssys', nothing about paying Tor it. Tim passesyour patience is exhausted, yon dun him, he Hies Into a pas sion perhaps he psysyou perhaps not. Another man has been a eubscriber soma, time. Me becomes tired of you nnd wants a change. TliMiks ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 September 1855

-s i mmm . fut thk irimpUt enr of -7wyA, CoItU, Injfn $m Alhma ih'onehU'nt pitting of JJlootl, and all other mmpiaint trnditttj to OONBUMPTIOlSri 14 & fBHIS firrifiitlnn fet-Un into u.c fill nri-r our JL country. Ttt nnrjerooa tetter-a we receive from otir various .tfent, informing of curv errerted In ttiir Itumetltfttc neighborhood, Wfurnnt tin In payln-r ll Id on of Um bent, If not llm very best c frli 111e.llc.i1m now be fore the imMlo. It nlnuwl InvnrltHy relieve find not nnfr(Uentty cure ttir very wont cum-i, lien All other Tour). fr'parnllotn Iihto failwl. thi.- Imi reMr vrt the n Xteiil, mn DrufDiiJlivk'ttk-rs in ii.oilk'iitei-,iiiiil I'liynk-iiinq n t-Mlify. A-k Uw agent in yur nearest town, what h: been hii ceris-mce of the 1 0cct of nieilis-ine. If lie hM been -!i;rK It for tiny l-.ti.tlh of Uui be will tell too tt in the l .Vr,fi,-ln r.rf.mt. lielow we jf.ve a fYw t xlra -ti frrun letter Wi hive re eelTcl lite.y rejriir.n'tp the virtue of thli nn-ilicfuc. l)r. S. O-rf...

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