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

Jt .1 I f BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEO., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1855. VOL. V1II.-NO. 374; Ms". V to ifctra 1 WT ntR TOST li ruhlidheil every frMiiy lit per year tajrnble In Aclvant e, or f it, If jiiiyiuunt if dvlHyutl until h expiration of the year. Advert lmi'iih will he rhflrfrnl per unHnrt of li llne,or Ui,for tticftr(iHnfftlin,iifnl wtcentd fur ch cnntlnunne. A llhrnl tlMuctfon mmle to tlmae who ar1vrtle by theycur. Vf I'erimn iitinjriv.vcT tiiementl muH murk the number of time they tleflre them f nuerieri, or they will ho continued until forbid ml chfirRttd nccor(lIiii1y.jft For announcing the immei of cnntllilntcn for office, (6, Ohttiinry notlcei over 19 lines, charged at the regular ti vert Muff rate. All cotmnimlcntlrm Intended to promote the private vndH or Interest of Corporation, fnciettei., Hohoolf or Individual, will he ehnrped n advertHemeiita. Job Vrl urh n Pamphlet. Mliniti, Clrrnlar. Card, Plank, llHiidhill, Ac, will he executed In good tyle, nm1 on rennomihln term...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 November 1855

ATHENS POST. 1. P. IVINS, IlrlTOH AND ritOI'KH.VYlK. trimmt s yen, syble la ihnn, or s e ftplrslkm of in r. Jr N pspcr aiwsnttmi-4 nnlll nil limftragvt lire paid, ttcepl ttt the opHnti of the firWIsher. rr aAaoaurimj tho atrsti ! candldslet tor office $S, . OMtury SnMett ever It Hni, chirred at the regular rcrtisluff rktuiK All eomnmfrictrAnnn nvrtnfltst topromntethe private nil t Interent or tVlfHTtlMS, rwirtlm, Schools or Individuals will be etiatrnl m advertisements. ' flrcnlallan l,400.ft; AtHK.IKiFHIDAVi NOV. 3, IS 54. Markets. The wheat mnrkct t gutting little ahnkey with downward tetidfiicy. Corn 40 cbh, Green Apple, 45 to 50. Six dollar per hundred- net will be about the figure here fur pork. Gonrl Tat beef la sell, log at I and 4 eta. per lb. by the quarter. SurBtME Juno p.. It la now understood tbitl there will be but two candidate run for the vacant Judgeship Mieajah Bullock, of Madison county, mid V. R. Harris, of Meui. phis. The laat nnnicd gentleman is the not ing Judg...

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. — 23 November 1855

For tti. roil. "ATTENTIOX," MUTI10I)IS'WOS E AND ALL, 3fr. Editor : A your pnpor Im a more general oirciilntioii in our ouiunttinit.y tlinn the various relirms publication oflheMnllio dint Church, I will beg the fnvor of n ainnll epnee in it column, fur the publication of it lie thoughts tiiitgoloil liy putting evonU tint have come timler my observation, lie mil tartlet, generous rentier Uitptitt, Presbyte rian, or any other my bmiiiea la not with yoii( nor you, critio or gninsnyer, who ip-e so rcnily to make litflit of serious nuttier, hut with the McthoiUnl members and friends of tlio Mathoilist I'liui-ali. There lire many siicti in the eonotatit pi iietlee of reading the "PoKt," mill wholher Whig or Democrat, Know Noth ing or anti-Know Nothing, mutters not tu the subject in hand. Anil that such s coiniiiiiui ution as this should appear in ft secular newspnir, need not be marvel. It is nei ther an injury nor disgrace for irreligious people to think, and talk, ton, about religious ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 23 November 1855

J v. . . h t 1855 FnlltUVInlcr Goods! 1855 Xs. XX. KHITII c Oo., HAVE received their stuck of Full and Winter Goods, which Ihey consider perior to any they have heretofore opened, 111 richness, durablity and chenpncss. l'heir Hi eorlntent i. general, oiimpi-taihg Cloths, Cnsni mer, Snttinete, Tweeds, and all other season able goods for Gentlemen, wenr. For the Ladies, thev have n very rieli dis play of all kinds and the latent styles of Fall and Winter Dress Goods, such as Milks, Plaids, DeLaines, Mciiuoca, Prints, Ac., etc. Call and examine 1 lie assortment, for they flatter themselves they have some clmrnutcr for tnste and Judgment in this department. They have, also, a Inrife stock of HEADY MADE CI.OTlMMi, gotten np expresslv for this market, consisting of Over, Sack, Ilusi ness, and Dress Conts, mndc of the tinet and most seasonable fabries; Vents and Pnnta, whioh can't fail plensing the most fnstiiliutis. Io the Uoot and Shoe line, they are second to none. Ladies and Misses in ...

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. — 30 November 1855

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1855. VOL. Y1II.-NO. 375. terns: THIt POST ii published crerjr FriJay at 11 per year parable in adranue, or SH, it payment ii delayed until toe expiration of the year. Ad vertivriiiciil will be charger! 1 per squar of Ii Unea, or less, for the first insertion, and 441 eeuta for each continuance. A liberal detluctiou made to those who advertise by the year. Persons sendlnrsdver ttsementa mast mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until foroM and vharead axeordlnelr. For announcing tLe uaiuei of candidate! for oOce, IS, Vfh. Obituary notices orer 12 lines, charged at the regular advertising rates. All communications Intended to promote the prlrate tnds or Interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertisements. Jab Work such as Famuhlrts. Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in good ttyle, and on reasonable terms. All letter...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 November 1855

ATHENS ri)ST. g. P. IVlSi.ElOTOH AND PROPRIETOR. TrnaT i Tear, pTat.e iu a4Taiic, or t Ibc f i"iri.on Of 1:.c Trir. r-if No pto-r li--'n:.nu'-1 itntiT all arreara-a ar sai-.l.Kceo at tli- n:i' of the Pau'riher. for nniuo:i..- il.c if caiitiattf for office 5, I Ch. Obinury Notice over 12 iinri.charjej at th regular advc mail rale. AUcoaaaiinirauon Intended s prssnirt th t1as rial or itreau of CorjKriioa. Societies, Schools or U.die', luala, will b cKmrgrd aJ s4reruemeuu. rf C irrulaf ion 1.4O0.j ATIIi:' Iall V, SOV. SO, 1855. Strat" J time. To-morrow, Saturday, u tLe day of elec'.ioti for Supreme Judge. fy- D -c.-inbi r Term Circuit Court for Mi-Minn county, commence on Monday, the 10th inst. H n. H. I Davidson, of Shelby, ville, U expected to preside, an interchange having been effected in order that the causes in which Judge Gaut ia incompetent may be tried. Mletino til CoNoiiEss Congress tnceta next Monday, tiic 3d December. Mnny mem bers hare been at Wa-.liingt.in several week, a...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 November 1855

EXERCISE IN rULMONAKY DIS EASES. The Medical SpiciuiUt in nn nrticle upon the "Value of Exercise in J'ulinoiiiiry Dis eases," ny: Every invalid xlxniM t:ike regular mid proper excreta.. Nt, wlinii-i r.p.T e.v.r tins! Proper exercise is tli 't !iyiic:il ex.-rli..n which cnlU iiit- ue lh? Jireiitest number of muscles, nnd to tli.-it amount winch the hody can binr witlwxtl filiate. A walk ol a (juartrr of a mile in iiew ui.iy be equal to th-rly miles in health. Kxereisu muil, therefore, he apportioned in quantity and in kind to the nature of the disease and the strength of the pntient. Ill eoM, rheumatism, dyspepsia, constipn. tion, liver disease ly uliiili, we mean n tor pid and irregular netion waikini; ten, tilt ecu, or even twenty miles a d iv judicioiwly in creased from the less to the fjreatiT is hot. tel than any physio. Those miUVrinj; from these disenics mav raiuhlu on foot ever t! rlobe climb to the top of the highest inoun tains, and hunt the chamois on the rog'.'cd Alps not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 30 November 1855

Negro and Lots for Sale. IK obedience to mi interlocutory decree and order of the Worshipful County Court of Polk county. Tenn., at the November term, 1855, I will sell, on Friday, the twenty-first dnv of December, 1855, at the Court-house door in the town of Benton, one KEG ill) MAN', named Moses, ni-d twenty-five years. About five feet ten inches hih, and weighs from 180 to 15 lbs., and belongs to the es tate of Josinh Harrison, lute oeceased, of said county, and is sold for distribution among the heirs of said deceased. Also, nt the same time, four TOWN LOTS, known on the general pb.n of said town as Lots No. 16, 17, 23 and it, on the following terms: One-tenth part of the purchase money to be paid down on the day of sale, and the balance on a credit of nine and eighteen months, in equal payments. Itjnd with ap proved and substantial security will be re quired of the purchasers. ouGLAss ceri Nov. 7, 1855-4t-prs fee f 5 378 BenTDTThompson, Cleveland. Tt'Uii., Dealer in Drills, Med...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 7 December 1855

I ' o BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1855. .VOL. V1II.-XO. 370. tekjis: tlir po.iT ii pabiiahml every Friday at 2 per year barablt In JTatK-e, or SS, it iaymeut ii delayed until the ciplratiou or the year. Adrertiirinriitii will be charged $1 per tquare tof ii lines, or le., for the flr.t insertion, and 90 cents for Vafh continuance. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. fW Persons sending adver tisements must ma.-k the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and .h.rff.d accordinffly-Fl' For announcing the uauiea of candidates for office, $5, (.'. Obituary notices over It lines, charged at the regular advertising rates. Xll coinmnnications Intended to promote the private ad or Interests of Corporations, Societies, Schools or Individuals, will be charged as advertisements. Jab W ork, such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars Vards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will be executed iu good Ityle, and on reasonabl...

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

"ATILEN'S post. C - --" - P. IVlN.-.KIIirui: AND I'liOl'i'.IKTUlt. tr- - I I'riil:-t- ' y-ur, y-.h'r io a'lvance, or ft) at ttte t-vi.'ruiun of lie Vrsr. Nn pap -r 'lis ',.. -i-. -mtil all arrearage are ni.l,-xc.pt nt the "pti Il nt 0:e Piiti'l-h'-r. F-r aai.,i:iii'-i: oj llu u-iiuci uf t'uuiiJjtf s for office Cj-I.. Oliitasry N-iti -eiowr 12 lineii.charge'l at tin: regular advertising ri.t--. All cimiftLi'i'-altiti int.-N'tnl to promote tlie private en4 or ilitert-'trf of Cor. r:-.l:"Ti!. ,,:. tiei. Sellouts or intliriilua'cs, Kill Ijj it. i.".vi1 in ail ei ll'etiielil. jf ( lr liliilir.li 1,400.J1 AT!li:S llilDAY, Ui:t. 7, 1833. l-jf December Term Circuit Court fur McMinn county, commences on Monday, the 10th iust. Hon. II. I. Davidson, of Shelby ville, is expected t preside, an interchange having been effected in onler thnt the causes in which Judge Gaut is incompetent tuny be tried. The Election. We give below the votes for Supreme Judge, as far as they have reach ed ns: MeMinn ...

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. — 7 December 1855

i 1 I A IULU To Re organize tlie-Jti.lio ul Sy-tem of Tutio aee, anl to Kcfunii tlio L'o.Io '' l'racl ice?. Section I lie it r h i hi Hi- lleurra'. Ai irmh'n t.f the Stale of T -'to s". T!.at 1 of (Vmiiiim l..uv ui..l K.'ii: v. im -. s.-ni u-u-eral jm-U li.-ti.m, U li.-ivl.v rtal!i-lirl, ' !'' held in eiicli cuuril V of '.lie Slate: u-liieli Co lit ahull liitvc uid exon-ini jiii-i-li'-'"'" "I nil cause a' vuiiiuioii law nu-i i-.iiit v, cii -.tt-ii-aivo Willi tiie j.ui- lie;. mi "f --srnit, cum ilia! untl i-li.mc.-rv eiiiirt "I' tin-Male Sal!..!, lie it cn.tct'-d, Tiial tiie ll Jt inc! Kin between tlio li:li-i-nt acinuis at law, itii-1 lc tweeu actions at law and suits in equity, an. the form uf all oiii'ii Mi'iiniis nn. I unit a heivlu fur eii.tiu,'. ore- a'mlialicil; an. I there shall be iu tlii Mate, hereafter, hut one form of action for I lie enforcement, or protection of iirivate rilila, mid the redresa or prevention uf private wroiii;; which shall be denomi nated a civil action...

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. — 7 December 1855

Negro and Lots for Sale. IX obedience t an interlocutory decree and order of tlie Worshipful County Court of 1'olk county, Tenn., nt the. November term, 1355, I will sell, on Friday, llie twenty-first day of December. 1S5S, at the Court house door in the towu of Benton, one NFJRO MAN. named Moses, aged twenty-five veins, bout five fe.-t ten inches high, nnd weighs from ISO to 1!I5 lb., nnd belongs to the es tate of Jusiah Harrison, late .leoeaseil, of said county, and is sold for distribution among the heirs of mid deceased. Also, at the same time, four TOWN LOTS, known on the general pl.iii of said towu as Lots No. 16, 17, ii and 24, on the following terms: One-tenth part of tlie purchase money to be paid down on the day of sale, anil the balance on a credit of nine anil eighteen months, in equal payments. I5ond with ap proved and substantial security will be re quired of the purchasers. E. P. DOUGLASS, CUrk. Nov. 7, 1855-4t-prs fee f 5 873 Ben. D. Thompson, rieveliinit, Tciiu., He...

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. — 14 December 1855

'- j - - ' - - MM BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1855. VOL. VIIL-NO. 377. t r r m n t fill FOBT ! irahilsheH every Friday t ft per year pmf able la w4nc, or $8, if pyttiil to delayed nttl ,h expiration of the year. AArftrtlMomntN will he rhnrireft 91 per quart f 18 lliiei, or leu, for the Ant limenlon, nnd w cent for each continuance. A liberal ilctlurtton made to thote Wha 4vertle by the year. fWProni tend I it jr ailrer tiiemenu mutt mark the number of lime ittey nVRlrf them Inter ted, or they will be ounllnaed until forbid and harfred aocordlnalr. Pot announcing the uaraei of candidate! for office, $5, tVtA. Obituary notice! over 19 llnet, charged at the regular adrerthlng ratei. All communication) Intended to promote the private Vndtor lutere-pia of Corporation!, ftocletleit, Schools or Individual, will he charged aa advertisements. J lib WrK Mich na Tamphlete, Minute. Circular, Vard, Diana, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in good trie, and on reaotilile te...

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 December 1855

TV s- L: i ATHENS POST. S. F. IVINS, E01TOR AND F-KuritlKTOR. Terms! Ss yaf, ptrabla In adraDot, or al lb expiration of lh y-ar. (IT (to pupor Slfc-onlino-o' nntlt All srrtsrsirtl ars psM.tsecpt at tht option of tho PiiMUbrr. Fnr announcing Ui unw of esndluataa for ofaea o, Cih. Obituary Mollcm ortr IS Unas, charge at Iht rogulsr edvcrtlatng ratca. All oommnniontlonn 1ntndfl 10 promote ins prlvato KiSa or Into resti of Corporntiona, Societies, schools or drrldnall, trill e cnir& ed advertlaemonts. " ' l'Clrulmlol.no.jH i f , : j-i A. i .uii-- . .-t.-i. la-j. . . f t-rr A'l'IIKNSt till OA V, DtX'i 14. !. Corn i quoted in tho Charleston, S. paper lit 90 cents a $1,00 per biuhel. " f1(Clreurt Court' I in session at I his jrtae, Hon. H. L. Davidson presiding. The trial of Campbell fur the murder of his eon, 'Committed some eighteen month since, com nienord on Tuesday and the aso was con fided to the jury on Wednesday evening. He wee found guilty of murder in the second degree, nnd s...

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

' t'OMFNO EVENTS FORESHADOWED. Prom th. Philadelphia North American. , Molts, TKBiiiTonr Tim twmity ninth Jinrnllel of laltludo la nnnii'd ns llie next Southern btiuiidnry of the Union. Genurnl h-Jiadsden It snid to linvts Icon nvgotinliiig Itli , llSiinUi Anns, fur n new cession of torritory, j "including nil north of that line, when tliu progress of the revolution Interrupted tliu irooct'dinn;. Of course no one knows how true this in; but Gen. Uadtdtn hnn a way uf wnting home tn At frtendt tague hints of im portant thingt going on, which net conjecture all agog to ascertain the precise truth. Tho difficulty nbont tin p:iy iiil-iU of tho three millions of tho last indemnity, ar.d the do titnnd for reparation for Callaiinn'a iiirnaiim and the burning of Piedraa NegraR, nil cmi , "pir lo nssist Ihis conclusion, end probably jjjjt before President Pierce (foes out of office he S will communicate it treaty with n fresh do. mand on our surplus millions. The twenty, ninth parallel would ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 December 1855

Negro and Lots for Sale. THahidinit Ui aa Inierloentor dfM aad J. ordtr of the Worthipful Oonnty Court of rolkeouaty, Ten., ml me fomnwwi, 18(1, 1 will nil, on Friday, lb tweuty-firel day of Deeemlwr, 1S, l th Courthmi door In th town of Bantoo, on NEGRO MAN, names) Mees. aged twenty-flv years, boat tve foot ton itiehe high, end wigha from ISO to 1 lb., nail boloago to th Ul of Joeiah Harriaoa, lata lonaotd, of oaid oonnty, and I told for distributioa among th heir of aaid dead. , Also, at tha urn tiro, four TO WW LOTS, known on tba gaaaral pirn of aaid town u Lot No, la, 17, l and , on tha following tarmai Ona-Unth part of tha pvrohaa inoaajr to ba paid down on tha day of Mia, aad th balance on a aradit of nina and aightoaa rantlit, la ooaal payment. Bond with ap proved and ubtantial aaaarity will ba re quired of th purcbassr. K. P. DOUGLASS, Clnk. Not. 7. HHt-At-pr fee 7 Ben. D. Thompson, ClorolsaaU Testis., Dealer la Dries, Medletiea und Chcaleah, Dre-Weods in Dr-sls, Oil. ralals...

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. — 21 December 1855

BY SAM. P. IVINS. ATHENS, TEM., FBIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1855. VOL. VHI.-NO. 378. T E 1151 S l tilt POfT It pabliihrd eTery Friday at I per year payable In adrance, or Art, l( payment U delayed until tha rxniratlun of the year. Adrerlimmrnf will be charged 1 per square iMl line, of leas, fur the ftrtt inaertlon, and 0 centa for earh continuance. A liberal dHuetfon made to those who adret tlie by the year. "JTTenwiru aen'lliir adver tisement nail mark the number of timet they deairc them Inaerted, or they will be continued until forbid and barred accordingly.. roe announcing the uame of candidate! for office, 3, On. Obituary notices ever i lines, charged at the regular kdrertiaing ratea. All eommunicationa Intended to promote the private endi or Intervals of Corporations, Societies, Schools or ladividunla, will be ehargnl atadvertiaements. Job Werkt such as Pamphlets, Minutes, Circulars, Cards, Blanks, Handbills, Ac, will bo executed lo good style, and on reasonable terms. All letters ad...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 December 1855

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVIN8, KDIT9R AND PItOPRtTOK. TrrmuM'ii Ver, parable In advance, or $3 at Ui epirti1n of lh yr. i 'f No prvf dUt-muinutd ontil all arrearages are pil, except at the otioo of the Publisher. For announcing the names of candidates for office Cafth. Obituary Notices over 12 lines, charged at the regular urrrusiiia; rates. All eot.itaiiriiratinns tntended to promote the private ends or interests of Corporations, Hnciullri, School, or individuals, will be charged as advertisements. tV Circulation l,40U.Et ATIIRKN, I IIIDAV. !'.'. CI, 1858. IrHf Through carelessness the packets of last week's paper, for .Can trull's X Uoade find Coghill wero left in the printing office until nfter the mail Imd departed. We make this statement that the blainq may rest with ourselves and not be cant on our friend, the postmaster lit this place. We understand nn appeal has been taken to the Supreme Court in the case of Campbell, convicted at tho recent term of our Circuit Court, of murder i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 December 1855

TIIE WESTMINSTER REVIEW OX THE . . TEMPEUANCE QUESTIOX. The October number of the Westminster Review, contain an article, starting with the . proposition that drunkenness eannat be eitred by Leaislatio.. It is written ana puimsiieu in view of very persistent efforts in Englaud to obtain the enactment of a Maine law hjr T..i:. It traverses the whole field of discussion of the questions of prohibition and regulation of the liquor trafie. An extract or two may not prove uhintares.ing- "The world would he a very different world if erent evils were ao eaaily cured, and if teu lines in a atatute-book eould crush vice and make virtue triumphant. Kxperienoe tell ii a different tale, it telle us that law is in itself powerless, and that it ie ouly strong when it is the outward aud formal expression of what men really wish. Even if a law such as the Maine liquor law, were obeyed, which it might be for a time among an ordinary and law loving people, there would be no esca ping, iu one shape or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 December 1855

Singer's Sewing Machines. rilllhK machine have Iim. utineI Um kixlwai M. reputation In the Cliited .talcs. Tlie first prise. Gold Molal.ha recently been aw:inrd to them at the great KKMiliiin II the Palace of In.l.islry in I'arls, and thus they have the World ver.li.t i.f u.erionty. ttreat Improvement have Just been added, so thai they run without noise, with case to the operator at double the ordinary peril, hi that TWICE AS MVC1I WORE IS DOSE IX A DA 1". The greatest clothing and atioe manufacturing estab lishment In the country use these machines exclusive ly. Thejr are eoineteiit to perform every urt of work iii the most perfect style. .... ., As there are very great numbers of Inferior or entire ly worthless sewing machines of the Lerow A UuMlfelt, Avery, Wilson, (irover Baker, and other patents, which have been sold, but cannot be used to any ad vantage, we hereby oBVr to receive all snrh machine, and also unimproved ones of our own niKiiu'scture, l nreJuinije far one ami laUn...

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