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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 September 1855

4 BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1855. YOL. VII-NO. SGI. terms: par .bit Ib advane-, or 03, If pawent to delayed until vbe Migration of the year. AetvrrtUementej will be charred 11 per square of IS lines, or less, for the first insertion, aiidftOeenu for each continuance, a noerai wsiacoa mane to tnoie hi advertise by the year. HFB Persons sending adrer- tiiemeota must mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or tney win be continued until roroid and ch.rrol aeeordinrly.iFa For announcing the names of candidates for office, $3, CVu. Obituary notices over 11 lines, charged at the regular advertising rates. All communications Intended to promote the private tads or interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertisements. jab Verk, inch its Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Dianas, luminals, ac, win OS executed in gooo. style, and on reasonable terms. All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will w...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 September 1855

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVINS.KU1TOR AND IMIOPICIKTOIU Term: year, piyalile id advance, or i3 at thejpxririiiion of tlie rer. No pitiier riUi'mitinuti nntil all arrearages are paid, except at the option of Hit I'uhli'lier. Var announcing Hie n nines of candidntei for office f Cash. Obituary Notices over 12 Unci, charged at the regular adrertining rates. All communication Intended to promote the private nds or interests of Coqinrnlirms, Societies, Sellouts or DdiTlduais, will be charged as advertisements. A i'IU:.S, Fit 1D.4V, SUIT. H, S3o. y'J'lio proceedings of tliu Slnckhold eas Convention East Tennessee nnd Georgia Rdlroad, nnd the Report of the President of the Company, will be published next week. The present numlier closes tlio 7lh volume of tlie "Post." Tlio pnper lias nn actual' subscription list of- twelve hundred names, and the general condition of the es tablishment is ns good as could bo expected "under the circumstances.'' In tlio "round, ing changes"' of seven years, .1 lar...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 September 1855

-n: ONE DAY LATER. Nr.w York, Sept. C. London Saturday. U is reported ftt Paris lhat fifty thousand additional troops have ben ordered to the Crimea. The White Sea aqnndron captured two Russian ahip, one of which was a steamer. The Allies are about quitting the Sen. Austria has declared that she will treat with military Iirv, nil persons that aro found tampering with Austrian Rolilicns with the view of inducing them to join the Anglo. Saxon league. Prussia has sent Agents to the leading cities of Europe to raise n loan for the Rus sian Government. Victoria was nptnrouIy received at l';iris. Jliiiisteriid crisis in Greece. Dispatches regarding the boiuliarduient of Sweaborg, are indefinite. It is generally be lieved that they are exaggerated. The French loss at Vchcruaya was one thousand, Sardinian nix hundred. The reported accession of Spain to the Allies is complete. Also, Deniunik and Sweden aro about joining. It is also stated that Austria hna submitted new proposals of pence, bu...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 September 1855

Fur the complete cure of Cough, Cold, Influ enza, Aethma, Bronchiti, Spitting of Blood, and all other complaint lending to OONS'OMPTIOIJI riVIlS preparation li getting into use ell over our X country. The numerous letter! we receive Iroin our various agents, informing us or curei effected in tlieir immediate nei(litorlioodi, warrant us In saying It is one of the best, if not the very belt cough me.licl.ie now be- . L . i inWarl,.l.l rflievrs and not lore me puouc. .1 t,i.. ...... .... ,, ., oufrequently cures the very wwrt ca.ee. When all other cough preparations hare failed, this hai relieved the pa tient, as Druggists, dealers In medicines, and Physlclane can testify. A.k the agent in your nearest town, what has been his experience of the effect, of this rnedlcine. If he ha. been selling It for any length ol time he will tell you it fa fAe UeM Maliclae ertant. Below we give a few extract, from letters we i nave re ceived lately regarding the virtue, of this medicine. Dr. 8. S.O.li...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 September 1855

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1855. YOL. VIII.-XO. 3G5. TEBHISI rue POST li nubliilird ererv Friday at (1 ix-r year, parable In advance, mt t, if jiaymeut U delajeii until he expiration of the year. AdrerliMemrnU win b chanted il per aquare sf It Unri, or leu, for the Ant Inaertion, and to eeuu for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to thoae ho adrertiM by the rear. tWPernjnl aendlne aarer. tiMmrnU muit nark the number of time the. deaire them Inaerled, or they will b continued until forbid and charred aeeordinrly.4E For announcing the uainee of candidate for office, t3, (Vuk, Obituary nollcea orer It tinea, charged at the regular adrertliinr, ratei. All communication, intended to promote the private end. or Intere.ti of Corporation., Soeietlee, Schoota or Individual, will be charged a. advertUementa. jab Work, .uch a. Painphleta, Minute., Circular., Card., niank., Handhlll., Ac, will be executed In good trie, and on reasonable ternil. All letter, ad...

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. — 21 September 1855

ATHENS POST. 8. P. 1YINH, EDITOU AND FKOITJtTOli. Term: t- a rear, payable Id advance, or 8 at the expiration of the jenr. t&" So paper dwoontinuril nnin all arrearage! are aaid, except at tlieoptinnot the Publi-her. - Ifor announcing the dames of candidate for office fo, Caih. Obituary Notices ofef 13 lines, charged at the reguiar advertising rate. All eommuoicalioni Intended to promote the private lull or Interests of Corporation!, Societies, Schools or BdlvMuals, will be charged as adrertieemenw. ATHENS, FKIDAVtMKPT. 81. I8S5. Markets. Wheat is selling ot 81.00 per bushel. Good Bacon, lljcenls hog round. tW The Mass Meeting at Knoxville oc- curs to morrow. Col. Ucniry ana iinj. iuu clson nre both expected to be present. The commercial letters from Augus ta, Macon, and Atlanta have all failed this week. Our correspondents at those cities will please start their letters a day or two car lier, otherwise they cannot reach os in timo for publication, as by the present running of t...

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. — 21 September 1855

STOCKHOLDERS' CONVENTION. Tin Annunl Convention of the Stock holders of the East Tennessee nn.l Georgia JUil Hood Company, met iu the Oflieo at Knox ville, on the 5th day of Septemher. 185. A. D, Ketfs, Esq , wns culled to the Chnir, ami Itvn R. IIclst and B. B. Uxoia aioiled Secretaries. The Annual Reports of the resident, Sec retary and Treasurer and Superintendent of Transportation, were rend and received, und live hundred copies o.Vercd to be printed. On motion of Win. G. Swan, Esq., the above named reports were referred to n Committee of five Stockholder, whose duty it shall bo to make full report upon tho same at this or at an adjourned Convention of the Stock holders, to be held hereafter st the cull of said Committee. The Chairman Appointed the following Committee under the resolution: Horace Slayiiard, I liairmuii, of Knox; P. A. SerBiiton, of Uuuigiu; J. 11. Kenguii, of .Mo Uin n; M. V. .I.'lmsun, of Monroe, and J. N. C'owiin, of Ui nilley. The following resolution offered...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 September 1855

For the complete rare of Cough, Cold, Ina enza, Attn ma, lironchiti, fitting of Mood, and all other cutuplaiut lending to OONSUMI'TIONJ flVIW preparation I getting into uk all oy"ou' i country. The numerous litters we rei from our variou agent, Informing us of cures effected '" "'' Immediate neighborhoods, warrant us in iving it l one of tl.e beat, if uut the very best coiivh me.lici.ie nb lore the public. It almost Invariable relieve, a d l ot uufrequently cure, the very wor.tca.ei. W hen all ot er cough preparation, have failed, thi. hu re,,ff,V.h"i?. tielit, a. Druggists, dealer, in medicu.es, and PliysiHaus V,iiv A.lc the airent in your nearest town, what ha. bAs Si "i theWs of this medicine ,eT. been selling It fnrai,y length of tune ho -ill tell vou U if the bent Me4U4tu evtnitt. ielow we give a few extract, from letter, we have re Halved Ulely regarding the virtue, of till, medicine. " V -8 o.l"?of Kuoxvllle, Oa., aay.:-l have been using your Liverwort and Tar very extensive ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 September 1855

A 'it . i , BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., ERIDAl SEPTEMBER 28, 1855 VOL. VIII.-NO. SCO. fHR POST l evrry Prldfiyftt f 2 jwr ycnr; fftjTKbleln ftdvnnr, or f payiuvnt ii ilelnyvrt mitt1 the expiration of tlif yeiir. Ail vrrtttrmiMilH will h rhflrfM f 1 pr imrc f 12 Itnrn, or Iff", for llir flritt hurrlinn, Mid Atrpnt fnr each conttmmiu'e. A liberal il'-clitrMim i)int l tlnwi) ho ftdrertluc by the your. 7?Trprin seiHlinRiwIvfr tlMmcntfl mnt miirV tlKMimnhor nf t1tnpi thvy d-9lre llirm Inncrteri, or tliey will be continued until forbid ttixl Chnrprud nccnr(Hngiy.mJfrJ or Announcing the namei of ennd Milton for ofllee. Vth. OMtuftry nntlnei over 12 linen, clinrfrcd at ttie rciniUr advertising rntc. All coirimnnicnMoTn Intpnd'-d to promote tli private Vrtdi nr Interem of Ortrporiittontt, Hiclctie, Hchnoln or InclivMimh, will h flinr(r'd n iidwrttnH-nis. Job Vfrlu nn IViiujiiil' t.Mimiti'!,rirridnr(", Cur tin, ninnks, Unndh!tl, will be executed In ftuud ilyle, And on n nun noble UTmft. '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 September 1855

ATHENS POST. I. P. ITINa,RDITUK AND PIlllPIHKTOIt. Terms. I J sr, psjsblf In silvancs, or ID al tho etiiriilinn of tli Tear. tV No paper ilin-nniliiitcil tinill ll arrcirsgw rt ft aiil.sxcept ill ttie optltin of die Ptthll.tier. tot auDtmucliig tlie names tf eail'nlata for office S0, O""- . .. Oftitua-y Kntletn orr ntlneifChtrmil t the rijutsr e-lvrrlialtix rates. All ontiisunlcallms lnlcnil. il to prmnntr tlie prlrsls tsls or Interests of Unrt.irnlliins, octr'.le, rVltoola or ' MIsMeals, will lis charre-l al KlntlllmunK. ATIIK..M, IIIIDAV.NM'T. S, ISflfl. I ff- Circuil Court l'nlk county will nirol at Benton on the 3d Monday of Ujtobcr.thu 8lh. , CampMeeThio. The Cnmp-Mecllnrf nt Cedar Spring Camp Ground, two miles nuth of Alliens, will commence on Friday, the Iith day ofOelidT. Wheat Commaud one dollar per I.uhIi. el fbr a good article Bacon 11 cents hog round. The com crop la yielding largely Ills thought pork will range high from the annsual scarcity of hngs. Statements of the m...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 September 1855

7" ,1 i HLANIiKU. ' f, thru! from wlinse rank hrpmh nnr no can iav, Nor .ncri-il vlmm, mir tin1 Kiwerli.'ita dntvi', Ki'liill iltiwlilttt'ill Uihil trlniitl In jriiiiilLT I'i'll., Full mnny n irnmulng wr.-ti'li If., intillv dwell,, lllii.h, If uf linm-st lilnna nilinp ri"nnlti To pttfnl it, lont-ly whjf iilonir ll-jr 1 oitis; lllilph. If Hit; brunt, Wtnpr Imrilviiml on tliy clici-k, IIm U-fl uti .put wIkti- that "(r iln'ii iimthIc; lllunh, til liif lirntitli'il Willi the Hl.AiiFrKtl' nMiin1. Anil IIioiikIi tliitu ilruniliitliot pjlii, Htleum '.Imiil aliaiuc." Wo know uf iii) ifiiuiilii uf tlm human heart more vile iititl'lonllisuiiic In its iialuru limn tlamler. It U it ii.viita of mural de. formily, bi liMuunx In il cliuriii'lur, t iiat Instiiii'llvi'ly ttlirinli frniii il iieslHwtli.il breath, nil din's lliu ilvKort Iravulur t'rmn tin1 lilnalinjf fl'i'cN "f I'm airm'ci', wltnuM si'nn li lug mid villiiriii eutilai't ia ii:rl.iiii ilt'iilli. Nir can imy iiiuloay liu rriviml from lii...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 September 1855

v; . '4 ""' . mm0 For Iht complete care of Couijhf, Cold; iirfn emit, Aetima, Ilronehilie, Npittinff of Blood, and iilt other emnplaintt tending to OOWBUMPTIONI .(j H ft) ') '4 ltj ty H 3 f ilia preparation l getting Into use ad orr our JL ewmitry. The numerous letter we receive from itur various n ron in. Informing tin of cures effected In their Immediate ne1fthhortiocnls(Hnrritt us In snying it is on f Hi best, t( not the very brst conh medicine now bp. fore Hie public. II almost InvanVnly relieves and not nnrretpiuilly euro very worflciws. When nil other rough preparations bare failed, this has relieved the pit ttent, as Irugiritst dealers in medicine, nnd Physician ran testify. A-k the agent in your nearest town, wlmt hit bfrn hit experience of the itf.-els of this medicine. If he has been selling It for nny length of time he frill tell yotl it f krt MMirin r.rt.nif. Below we wirv a few extract from letters we have re ceived latelv refr.r.llnr the virtues of this medicine. I)r. ...

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. — 5 October 1855

t 4 J V 'VAT- 11 BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 185:' VOL. Y1II.-N0. 307. T V. If II S J flTR rO!T I puulisli.-iW-very JVl.lnv nt 2 rr vonr, nyanlHn n..v.in . or fl, If pigment Is fkliijcd until the fxplrutlnn of tin. ymr. Al-irllNtniiiii will In rlmrffi'dfl per fqnrtpe m H llnr, or k--, for nrt ht-H-rtluit, ntul .'iiieiit for -rh cnntintnit"c. A litur-il l"li..-t.m miikI.- to lhe Wlio mWorthi-hy yciir. 'fT'lVr-'on- -ii.Htin4il vir tlfiiifiii iiuitt murk tlir ihiiiiIht or time tlu-y tUiire thorn liKcm-d. or tlu-y will lie runtlniiuil until fordhl mul thnrirl nccor-lfitply.i j Vnr atiiioiiiiciog tiic imiik-s of eaiMMutc!" fur ofiVo, ., Ohlt'inry nnH-. n it 12 llntx, clmi-frr.l nt tiic rc-Rnlnr Ivfrtl-liiB ml. AM comnnintiviilnii" ln(rnilci! to proniftn tiic prlvnto Pinl or IntiTi-M- -if Corporation, 1ri.-tlt H,'ti..(., or Iti'livMititN, will 1t jih mlwrlhi- dm. J nil Work -t'-l i it I'jtinpl.l-t-, Minute. riivn1ir, Cr.KlU;uik, llsut'll.itt. Ac, will lie excuutH hi...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 October 1855

ATHENS POST. S. r. IVISS.KniTOR AND PROI'RIKTOK. Term! as a yeir, payable in advance, or S3 lit e.vl'IrHtinn rtf lhf yesr. tiir Ms picpcr rilseontlnuett until nil arrearages are ail.e.crpl At tht notion of the Publisher . For aanoiinving His names of oamtiiUtes for since lit, Cash. Ohtlsiirr Mottccsovcr 19 llocs, charged at the regular advertlsine rates. AM cnniiaunlcstl'ms Intended to promote the pHvste fide or Interest of Corporations, Societies, School or ndlvMtialt, will be clisriosl as advertisements. ATIIK.S, Flf IDAY.OfT. A I8S5. l-jf" Circuit Coint Polk enmity will meet at Benton on the 3d Monday of October, tho 8th. T,Enuu.ATvnR. We nre indebted to the Nash ville Whig of the 2.1, for the following Infor mation in relntion to the organization of the two houses of the Legislature : The. Senate met nt 11 o'clock, nnd orennincd by the election of Col. K. S. Cheatham of Robertson, Speaker, II, K. Walker, of this city, First Clerk, 'm. A. StefTey, of Fayette, Second Clerk, and Ur...

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

NAPOl.HOVS RIOVKNCK. Wc And tlio fullowinj; nrtielo in regard lo Queen Victoria' recent vllt to Louis Nnpo. Icon, nt I'arls.in thu New Orleiirm Picnyum ! Tlio Corsicnn yemkUa Is no.-irly nrccnnpllsh ed, I'ortho limiiiliulimi of Knulnnd npprunclc rdils consmniiiMllon when Queen Vielnria . id revereiitinlly lieforo Hie tomb of her ' Smntry' niott.il enemy in tho wierd torch liyht which Dickered iilunjf Ihn wnlU of Hie Invnlidcs. Klio Htood there n lhedeteinlent of hi nephew :i miiili.uit to tliu lucre)' of tho Napoleonic nice, which lilioivs no merry lor its foe n (1'iei'ii ill linmu Iu-hMo mi IOiii- Feror In fact. DIJ tho spirit of Kir Hudson Mva hover iiroiind the m-eii"? Did the hiuiili of the "old (Ml ird," which, iiccor.iinj to the Gemiall lep; lid, ntti'luK Ille llitht!)' reviews of le Jrtit cirjn'il on Ihc dre iry shore of St. Helena, iimr Keorn fully tliri'ii'.-li the ombre nlM N"! it was hut fancy, lull the vengeance of the Napoleons was n lu lit v. The visit of Queen Victori...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 October 1855

Pot Hit amp' ctt cure nf CowIn, V'Jth, t tHXit, A'tlinil, l,MieVl',S)ii'lhtjl IJi andnll nth'r cimiiimnt U.t'tnifj lo CONSUMPTION! iuotl, Poplar Hill Academy, I F 0 H M A I. K AND V H MAL K S, I M.'llini oiini) , T.'iiu. i 'pilK I'mii-lli cji.in uf Ihn Iii'litulion will , I iip.'ii cm Mmiil.iv, .In) v in'Xl., mul 1 nlo mi 1'ii.lay UnTui-it iluy of Dicinibtr ! TlATK I.F TlttTt'lt.. Int. 'l(i iiliiui'n'liv, l:,nlini nil' H M Si U U U Isi , limt nn.l M.'iilnl ox.t.'i ,.. MIITTT" 5 2.1. t:l.-!o.w.,.hv, Knli-li rnm. faint pri-immtlin, I. bv.Hmk lino " mm- nn.l Arit l.ini ic-. ' RHETT & liOUSCN, rurfnr-i ninl tniunilHsion .Mcrriintitif No. 1 nud li Atlantic Wharf, litirli"(oii S, C. PKClAIi attention ilvcii In the n!Mif ti- nt . Fhuir, or ik A i'., mi I from mir -.n v ru tuc ui tin- o'il- e eonlidciit if pmiiif alinlaelloii. I.ii. .nil Hit vii net" made on i'iiiif.niiivtit .' far tn It. ii. Jim. I1. King, Autrustn, (in.; I!m. M. A. dmp.-r, l;i'iili, Uii. July Dl-I) 2r i3 "w pin nvr. S...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 October 1855

Sf 7 BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TENN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1855. VOL. VIII.HW. 308. t e n n n i NIK TOST Is nubll-hrd every Friday At 2 per your, payable in advance, or $3, If payment It delayed until the expiration of the yeur. Advertisement will be rhnrred 1 per rqunre Of ltt line, or lew, for the A rut insertion, mid IWrocnt for ar)i cmitlimnnce. A lihrnl deduction made to thone who advertise by the year. (WPtrinni lending adver ((emeu: inuu murk the number of lime thpy denire them tine r led. or they will be continued until forbid and hargd ccorrtinly.Kt for announcing the unmet of candidate for office, t A, CVmA. Obituary notice over IS line, charged at the regular ftriverllniug rate. All eoinfmnlcrittnn intended to promote the private nd or Interest of Corporation, Societies, bcliools or IndivldmN, will be rhargrd an advertisement. fcif Work, uh nn rimli1r-t, Mlnut'. Circular. Card, lllnnk, Hand hi IN, c, will bt executed In good nylf, and 011 raffs on n bl e term, All tetteri ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 October 1855

ATHENS POST. 0. P. IVINS, KUITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Trrmat 2a vsar, payaMa In advance, or 91 at a erpirittlnn of the year. 1T No papi-r iHacnntlnunl until kit arrearages Are aift.exri-t't At the nptlnu of the Piilli.li.r. for announcing the names of oamlldatei tot office SB, Cash. Obituary Notices orsr I4 lines, chariot at the regular advertising rates. All eomiaunlratfnns Intended to promote the private nils or Interests of Corporations, Societies, pVhoole or ndtvidnale, will he charged as advertisements. ATllKVa, I'KlllAI't OCT. 1 9i 1883. Govaaxoa's Message. We liar received ' the Governor's Message to the two Houses of the Legislature, and will publish next week II that portion of it which relate properly to the affaire and condition of the Common wealth. The whole occupies some reven col umn in the Nashville Whit;, and a portion is a reiteration of the Governor's last Mes age, setting forth his views upon amending the Constitution of the United Htntes, so1 as to more thoroughly po...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 October 1855

THE SAMB Ot.D HOME. tPrgra Ilia New York Mirror. J Tlio Pnpnl Hierarchy is nctimted In-dny by the unmo snnguinnry Kpirlt which sent John lluwi to the ntiike, put Galileo to the tnrluro, brcnimo ho would not rrcunt Ilia problem of the cnrlh'a ruvolution, pcniiTtitcd Luther mid litit rn.itiiirtyr to the dc.ith, nnd I id to Spun lull tiiqu'mitiiin, llie m.iHsncro of Si. H.irtliolo Incw, nnd nil the blood-HUiincd persecutions of tlio Middle A pen. It chnnge not. lis ruling pitsainn I cruelty nnd di'iith to nil diHHeiitt'rn nnd heretic, nil who darn lo up pone the Infallibility of tliu"l..v See." Tho itdy ditruriMii'i' between Popery in tlio nine teenth mid 1' ipery in the fifteenth cciilury, in merely ditlV rciiro of power. The Ilier arvhy U as blood thirxty lis ever, hut it linn lonttlic nwendnncy tlnit ennlili'd it lodiutnte to i-hrilcndim in piml npe. I.iko Sninvn, it linn huen nlioru of thu lock of its Mrvnutli. The liberal spirit of Proluatnnt I'liristinliUy liii taken this ;;i nt ...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 October 1855

54 r of A complete enre nf Counltt, Coldt, Injtu mi, Aethma, Drontkitie, aiilting of Blood, and alt other eomntaintt tend! no to OOMBUMPTIONI preparation is getting into uh nil AVer our .B. country. The n unit: rout letters we receive from ur varloue agents, Informing ns of cures eftVcteU In their Immuriiata neighborhood!, warrant as In my inn II I on of the butt. If not the very best couifw medicine now be fore the puhlio. It almost Invariably relieves and not infrequently cures the very worst case. When nil other emigh preparations hare failed, this ha relieved thr pa tlent, an Druggists, deftlert In medicines, and Physicians van testify. Ask the Hffent In your nearest town, what ha been hli experience of the effect of this medicine. If he hat been netting It for any length of lima ho will tell Toil it is Am fW Mdirinm tmtortU. Mow we jrtve a nw xtracta from letters we hare re ceived latelv rr-g-tnllng the virtue! of this medicine. Dr. 8. ft. Oslln, or Kiioxville, Ma., say : I hav...

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