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TRIAL OF A FRATRICIDE.
There has just been concluded be fore the Criminal Court of this county, his Honor, Jul o Turner, presiding, a trial for fratricide, the incidents at tending the committal of which ex ceed in horrible and unnatural barbar ity almost any thing with which we have been made acquainted in the annals of crime. Iiriclly stated, the circumstances are these : A dispute having occurred relative to property in some chairs between Green Mcf,etilon, the criminal, and his brother George F. McLcmlcn, the former went to the houso of the latter on the lxJth of May last, and found him ploughing in the field near by. Telling the deceased he came for his things, the latter told turn to go to the housenndget them. Green, however, told the wife of the former that "ho came for a fuss and would have one," and she then called on her husband to come to the house. He did not do it however, but met his brother "at the fence" near by, when the attack com menced on the port of the criminal, who struck the deceased with a stick, and thou stabbed hi'ii in three places, lie fell, and when the wife ran to his assistance and told the monster that he had killed her husband, ho answer ed with a horrible oath, that if she crossed the fence "he would kill her" nlso. She doing so, he attacked her, knocked her down witli the club and beat her severely. It was further given in evidence that when spoken to on the subject, ho said that ho "had done what ha meant to do" and when urged afterwards to look upon his dead brother, he manifested tho most brutal rage at tho proposition. It is altogether one of tho most revolting cases that ever came before a court of justice, and the probabilities ate that it will "O hard with tho criminal. He is apparently forty-two or forty-five vears of age, with a careless and harsh expression of countenance, yet liardlv in keeping with tho fearful deed of which he stands accused. It is seldom in one's life that the opportu nity is afforded of looking upon the actor in a tragedy so fearful. Even the terrible l'aikman case, which has made tli3 people of tlic wide Union stand aghast, boars no comparison to the really unnatural horrors of this case, here in our very midst. Branded with the crime of the "first murderer," it is hard to realise the fact as ho sits i,v nnruirpntlv with liarileiicd indiller c'nee. barely scanning the purposes of -..I tho court. 11 nitgnt nc supposes, rather, that ho would welcome the sentence which would release him from the scorpion stings of remorse fur imbi nhiL' hands in a brothers blood. P. S. Since the above was in type, tho verdict of the jury has been ren dered, which consigns MeLcndcn to the Penitentiary for life, on the ground of there having been mitigating cir cumstances !" A thousand pities that such a wretch escapes the just punishment of the halter, and nny thing but ominous ot good is such an immunity from the proper punishment as the law thus holds out for the blackest criminality. In the able plea of the Attorney Gen eral, that officer stated the appalling and significant fact that in the time ho had acted as such, (some two years and a half.) fifteen cases of homicide had occurred in his circuit, without a capital conviction; a fearful evidence that mistaken mercy to the criminal must be productive of frightful injus tice to society. Life is worth little, as is thus evidenced, when such crimes cannot meet adequate punish men t. Nash rilkfla nne.r. Napoleon's Vkteu.vns. A cor respondent of the Boston Atlas, writ ing Ironi Paris, describes tho follow ing scene : A strange and ghostly spectacle came athwart our gay and busy streets, on the anniversary of the death of the Emperor Napoleon. The few remaining relics of that great armv, sound and whole enough to walk, assembled beneath the column of the i'lacc Vcndomo, and repaired in procession to the Invalides, to ecle hmtn mass iii honor of bis nanic. I cannot describe to you tho effect of the assemblage 01 wiinercu spucucs, attired in the uniforms of the regi ments to which they had belonged. It seemed as if each had risen from the tomb, or risen from the battle-field, wherein they had once been lelt rot ting in the sun or stiffening in the snow. The processioti passed without exciting the least enthusiasm; the crowd Tollowcd it in si'ence and in awe. The church was hung with black, and the places round the altar were reserved for tho veterans of the Guard, of whom three and twenty yet remain. The celebrated llnlan, whose jaw was shot away in seeking to place himself before the Emperor, in a skirmish in Russia, acted as sacristan, an J his "silver jaw-bone," fresh polished for the occasion, shone and glittered in the sun, while Main eloukc Fezdah, without legs, and in Eossession of but one eye, claimed the onor of holding the chief taper. Al together, it was one of the most nerv ous and extraordinary ceremonies I ever witnessed." Doo ExrRESs. The Alnncsota Pioneer gives the following account of the "dog train" which recently ar rived at St. Paul from the extreme Northwest: "Tlio train arrived on Mondat last, with a hcavv mail from Pembina and the Selkirk settlement, distance live; hundred miles. Snows are reported j very deep in tlic norm, i nc uirec dogs, having made fifty miles n day some days, were much fatigued at the end of their journey; being fed, they laid down in tli3ir harnesses for sever al hours and slept, but moving their leet, while sleeping on their sides, as if they were still travelling. Their sledge is a light board, with sides to it, of green hide, making a sort of open shoe, with a prow turning up in front, skate fashion. The sledge con tained the mail and provisions for the dogs and two men, pemican, &e.; there being no dwelling to stop at for many hundred miles. One of the men, half-breeds, travelled ahead ol the dogs; and the other, with a stick to drive them and a rope to hold back tho sledge down hill, came behind. The dogs are sharpcarcd, a little abuvc the medium size, and look much like wolves. Wo have been thus particular in describing this travelling equipage, knowing that it will seem -novel to our readers in the States.", Sr. Louis, April 8. The steamer Ohio arrived here this afternoon from New Orleans. Tho Ohio brought up the passen gers of tl e Commodore Perrv.aground on No. 8, and reports that eight of the Perry's passengers had died of the cholera within a day or two. Some dozen men left this city with in a day or two, and many have passed from above, whose object is doubtless to join the Cuban expedition. Great secrecy is observed in their movements. Large sums have been promised them, am! they left under the pretence of going to Clingres. It is pretty well understood, however, that their ultimate destination will be Cuba. A late Santa Fe paper states that Senator Footo has written a letter to .Mr. Skinner of that territory, in which he advises tho people to merely ask for a territorial government. The Journal of Commerce argues the Fugitive Slavo question. The "Express" quotes one of its illustra tions from the Bible : "The necessity of surrendering fu gitive slaves wo regret, but cannot avoid. . Whatever tho constitution requires of us in that matter wc will perforin, unless wo shall become con vinced which wc are not at present that it is clearly contrary to the law of God. On this point wc cannot overlook the lacts that when Oncsi mus, the slave of Philemon, ran avvav from his master, and fled to Rome, where ho was converted under the instructions of Paul, then a prisoner, the latter did not smuggle him oil by the underground railroad, nor conceal him in some garret or cellar of the metropolis, but sent him back to h s master, Willi a most courteous, allec tionate, and christian letter, 'beseech' ing Philemon to set Uncsimus at liberty; but at the same time promis ing, over his own signature, to pay him whatever might be due by Ouesi mus. (whether including service or not doos not distinctly appear Irom the record.) and to indemnify him for any wrong which the latter might have committed. Our own views in reference to this matter are just like Paul's, as expressed in his letter to Philemon. If a slave should escape to us from his master, wc would use our bejt endeavors to secure his free dom not by violating the rights of property as recognised by law, nor by getting up or countenancing a mob, but by friendly negotiation with the master, appealing perhaps to his magnanimity, and at the same time putting our hands into our own pock ets, and soliciting others to do the same, that we might share with the master in the pleasure of giving the poor fellow his liberty. Wo would say to the master, as Paul said to Pliilcmon. 'Without thy mind would 1 do nothing; that thy benefit should not be, as it were, of necessity, but willingly.' It would seem as if this epistle of Paul to Philemon was caus ed to bo written for precisely such cases as the present. It is a light from above, to enlighten the darkness, abate the fanaticisms, and direct the svmpathies of men in their proper channels." "Mary, I am glaJ your heel has got well"." Why?' said Mary, opening wide her large, blue eyes with astonish ment. Oh, nothing," said Mag, "only I cc its able to be out." Some ignorant and infatuated per sons in Cardington, Uushbury, and other parishes are signing a petition to the Almighty to chain tho devil, && Shrewsbury Journal. Home Department. SI1 JUNG AND SUMMER GOODS FOR 1850! WIVZ. 12. B ALLS W AS just received a splendid slock of SPUING and SUMMIilt GOODS, d I reel Iron) ihe city of Philadelphia, nail e tubrac in almost every article culled lor ia this market. He will not undertake to enumerate die various articles, or the very low prions at wliicli lliey vill he oll'ered, but will only fay to the community at large, and his friends and lornier customers particularly, that he expects mid is de'.ei mined to sh Goods as low ns ttny mer chant in Alliens. The community general ly tire earnestly and respeeilully invited to call and examine his stuck ol Goods. Produce of almost every kind will be laken in exchange (or goods. April l'J, l.v.O if S-2 1-1 Days later from Philadelphia! From the Uegiilar Packet SniiHirrnr.r, and Jlailroad, tec hare news up In the U7th nil., irhic.li tec jrec bcluw : George VI. tos3 fc Co. AltE are now receiving their SPUING and SUM ME 11 .-tuck of STAPLE and FANCY I ! I V GOODS, of the vt-ry li.ti.-i Fl Its, coiiistiii2 in pnrt of .Super Ijlack French Cloth; fancy Doesliin Ca-simers; Casinels; Casimers; Tweeds, &.C.; Linens; Lawns; Cambrics and Jaconets; Prints ol all kinds and prices; Hals nud Caps, a largo lot of Hungarian, California, Cou- nress, Soperlino and Silk, 1th March styles; liuols and Shoes, the I.imcsI and best stuck now in market, both lor Ladies and Gents; Mises and Children's Shoes; IJonnels, a very pretty lot of Alhoni, Chip straw and Cobum. of the latest patterns, Also, a large lot ol Drugs, I'ateiit iMcuienies, faints, Paint Cru-hes. &.C Wellir's Japan liluck- ill1', the best ever offered (or sale. TUU.iVUU, 4 larje lot ol Sotiy s uuseious Ldixury, Pen's best Virginia, and the Lung Caen. cigaiis, a good lot of Casadotes, Principe, and the Nashville Kegilia. All ol which we will sell Very low for CASH or COU.N l'llY PRODUCE paid down, ns we hove to establish the PAY DOWN SYSTEM in order to Sell cheap. Call and examine. It will be lime, and munev saved. April ID, IS.IO-tf 72 THE LARGEST STOCK YE'Fl Spring and Summer Goods ! 8. K. il EE I) Eli 9S now receiving and opening his supply of SPUING and SUM. M Kit GOODS, which have been selected at the East by himsell, Willi great care, with a view sole Iv to accommodate Hie taste and wants ot the people of this section. I J is slock com prises the best assortment ever brought to this market. There is no mistake at out it not the least particle ol humbug, as all can see who will call. And what is mine to ihe point and purpose, he is determined tosll CHEAPER THAN ANY UODY, for prompt pay. All who want the very best of Goods at ihe lowest prices, 3an get them by calling on him ut the old stand. He returns Ins thanks lo Ins old friends and customers, and invites their atteiiiioa lo his present slock. The usual nitieles of trade taken in ex change for Goods, at the highest prices given. " April ID. l?50-tf 82 LooirBefore3foBuy! 3. 7. ICAPwTXlT ESPECTKULL Y begs leave to call the attention of his Iriends and the public in general lo his large anil fashiona ble stock of SPUING AND SUM MI '.It GOODS, that he i jul receiving. These Goods have been selected with great care, and bought as low as cash could buy them in any market in the United Slates. His slock consists in pari ol the follow ing articles: Super lSltie, IJIack. Drown, and invisible Green French and Knglisli Cloths; Tweeds and Cassiineres. of new and b.-autilul styles; Chameleon Silk and Satin Vesting"; Silk Velvet, &c.; Kentucky Jeans; S.iiiin tts; fancy Hmp Linens; Ijinen Chambreys; Muekcye do; Cotton ades; Nankeens, twilled mid plain; 0-1 Drap d'Eie, very fine and beautiful; 7 8 do. for Coats and Pauls; 0-1 Monletey Cord; T8 do., beauiilnl for Coali mid Punts. Tim uwm are particularly invited locall and examine our Fashionable Slock if Drm GnntU lliey can't be beat. They consist in part of Ihe following; Uich Chameleon figured Si!k; fashionable I'laiJ do.; Silk Dareges of every shade; heautilul Silk Tissues, a variety ol . patterns; 13arege; Muslin, corn and nil oilier colors; Swiss Muslins; Jaconetis; Victoria Lawns; French printed and American L5ar'd Muslins; a large as-1 sorimeut of L'rench, Englif li and Ameri- j can Prints; Honnels; Uihbands; Silk Mils; i Kid Gloves; Veils; Fans; Flowers; Wreaths; i Linen and Silk ll'k'f'?; beauiilul needle work Collars; plain and fancy colored Silk ! Twist, for Purses and Uelticules; Steel, Gold, and Silver Deads; Ear and I-'mger llmgs; Shell Tuck and Side Combs, and a j ereat variety of lancys and staples loo tedi ous lo mention, and as cheap as the cheap est; Hals: Caps; Shoes and LJools; Hard ware ar.d Cutlery; tlueensware; a large lot of superior Coffee and Sugar 1 1 llw. Su gar lor 1 0 lbs. of superior IlioCoffee si, Alspice; Pepper; Ginger; Salaratus; Soda; Indigo and Madder, Copperas; Ex't Log wood; Whits and lied Lead; Putty; Glass, &.C &.C. Also, for sale 200 barrels Virginia Sail, with every other article usually kept for sale in country stores. And now, Ladies and Gentlemen, I re turn you my heart-felt thanks fur your past favors, but past favors ate gone with past necessities, and I am Ihe same needy crea ture yet, and in conclusion, I will s iy 1 can live on as small profits as any man, consequently I can sell you as cheap goods as toy body. Come and see. D. F. MARTIN. Calhoun, April 19, 18j0 if c2 i Chancery Court at Cleveland, Tenn. Francis F. Petti tt , Executor of Martin Kirl'man, deceased, rs. The Creditors or said Martin Kirfman. rilUE account ordered to be taken in this cause at the last term of the Chance ry Court at Cleveland, will he taken at 'he ollice of the Clerk and Master in Cleve land on Thursday the Dili day of May next, at which time and place the parlies are notified to attend with their prcnl. JAS. H EltllY. C. & M. April ID, 13.30 3t Prs lee S3 82 Price McNiir for himself and others, !. John McNair. 'JMIR account oidered lo be taken in this cause ai tiie last term of the Chancery Court at Cleveland, will betaken at Ihe ollice of Ihe Clerk and Master in Cleveland on Monday ihe i!Oih day of May next, at which time and plane the parties are noti fied lo -attend tv it li their proof. JAS. L5K.lt ItY. 0. & M. April ID, I MO It I'rs fee 83 82 CenjamiD V. Pally, Executor of Obid Pally, deceased. rs, George O. Pally. Lucinda Crockett, and her bu-bind Divid Crockett, Lucinda Crocket ami her liu-diand James Crock ed, ami oil.i'rs, heirs of said Obid I'attV. riMlE account ordered lo betaken in this " cause nt the lat t rin ol" Ihe Chan cery Court at Cleveland, will be taken at ihe olhco of the Clerk and Master in Cleveland on Thursday the 23d day of May next, a: which lime the parties are notified lo attend with their proof. JAS. I5KUUY, C. & M. April ID, 1550. It Prsfee $3 82 Daguerreotypes. "Siirpri-ini; art! by which we lend Our uiMuleiiiiiico lo mi ubfent friend Or leave a token for the bower, Where love laments the parting hour." ii w. r,.fwit n.vt'jf, A DAtil'KURKAN ARTIST oflon? ex. pcriotico ii in I much praciico, re.pentfully informs the citi.i ns of Athens mid vicinity, that lie has opened a room lit the. A'I'IIKSs IIOI'KI., where lie is preoared to take .Mimatl'Iik I.iki:.t.ssi:9 by Ua'iierreoii pro ci'J", at prices so reil.iceil as to hrini; it within the menus of every iuiliviiliial to avail li i i n "i-l f of tin' privilege of ohfaiiiinir H me- iiiento so ilesirtihle, to bes'ow upon ii loved one. He respectfully solicits the, patronoge of Athens ami McMiiiu county. Mr. L. could ttive many llatteriiiir notices of bis skill, but be ileen.s it iinnenessary, lis tie wislics Ins work to recoiuiuuinl tuin. (j-Iii-triirticiii uivi'ii in thu Art , mid Ap paratus forni-hi'd on libtrul terms. April .r, lb.jll tf 80 iyH have now in operation our new Paper ' .Mill, mid ore prepared to execute nil orders lor rnncr on tlio most lavoriiolo terms Or.lers for I'aper must he iiocompanied with the C'afh, unless u soceilic contract exists otherwise. For Ood r.lean Cotton and Linen Rags, de livered nt tlio .Mill, we five .'I cents per pound, iayal)lu in 1 n per, lionKs, A e. IIAKN.SIIIl'.MAN i CO. April 1-J, 1 85(1 :tiu 81 In Chancery Court ut Madisoninle, Jlpril links, 1850. Benjamin White, rs. Mastin Henderson and Stnkely L Smith. B T nppenritii! that ilefeiiilaiit Henderson is u M. citizen of the State of Texas, publication is ordered for four successive weeks in thu Athens I'ost, rcipiiriui; said Justin Hender son to appear lit the next term of the Chan eery Court, to be held ut the Court-house in Mailisouville, on Iho .')d Monday of Septem ber next, mid answer the crossbill filed by complainant Ibinjaiiuti While, or the same will, as to said Henderson, beset for liciirjnj; ex parte. J. A. COFFIN, C. V M. April l:, lS.-.d It IVs fee $.t 8t CIUXCK11 Y HALF. I'AL UAttLK ThXUS. BY virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court at Cleveland, made nt its Feb ruary term, 1S50, I will offer lor sale, at public auction, on the premises on Tues day the 7th day of May next, the follow ing described pieces or parcels of land, situated in the county of Polk, in ihe Slate of Tennessee, lo wit: The iVorlh-west quarter "I section four. Fractional town- smp lirsl, Kill i Lie seconu, r..isl; anu Hie South half of the Sotnli-west quarter ol section thirty-three, Fractional township second, South, ratine second. East of the Hasis line, all in the Ocoee district, con taining in the whole two hundred and for ty acres, it being the land that Samuel A. Jasley died seized and possessed. Terms of sale cash. JAMES 13 ERR Y. C. & M. March 22. Ml) Pr's lee $5 7l 73. WANTED IMMEDIATELY, 4hNK or two Rood workmen nt Tin Date, M r to whom tin: highest waives anil constant employment will lie given. None but good workmen of indii'trioos luihits need apply. J. W. IILACKWKIX, Athens, Tenn. Athens, Uareh 15, lfCill tf 77 AT K 22 IT S H 0 T B L 5 ATimXS, TF.XX. Geo. W. Elayo HAS removed to the largo linck Tavern nil the Public Square, beretolore occu pied by James S. Itridsri-s, Ksii., wliere he is prepared to ucoiniiiodalc tho traveluij; puh "Vfarch 8.18.-.0 If 70 -a B;S RIO COKFi:t:, n primrar .fl. .fl-& tirtr , new crop, just received and for talc nt 17 cents by tl.el.iic. .m. i;wi: & ;ili.Espik. Athens, March 15, Wt If 77 AVINBt)AV J li'ASS ! Ttrl! have now in Store, ainl are prepared w V to fill orders lor any quantify, ili-scrip-size of il.i'i s t.luss, Ii, lit It i maltest size to .li hy li inrbes, from the t:tass Works of tlie"HoLSTox M am i acti kim. Com pan v. The (ilast Manufactured by this Company is equal to nny made in the l iiited State, ami is much superior to the quality usually breuirht to this market. WILLIAMS li CO. Knoxville, Nov. 2.1, ls l! 61 I RON Tire Iron of every ilesopption, on I hand and for sale hy J- K. BUOWN. Oct 13, Id 111 tf 5 WELC IIjDELEVAN & NATHANS' NATIONAL ClltCUS 4 .'V The largest Cowj.am in tha world, will Kehibit at Cleveland, on Monday, May iUh; Charleston, Tuesday, 'dh; Athens, Wednesday, S.- Philadelphia, Thursday, Dth; Madisoni-ih; Friday, Villi. ONE DA Y O.NLV. Admission Fifty cents Children anil Colored Persons half price. Doors open at half past one o'clock, Performance to .commence nt 2 o' clock, V. M., and 7 o'clock in the evening. THE Proprietors of this well known pop. '"fib" "b;.ve Artists are Lnvai. r Lec.C. Lee, ular Cou.pan. have spared no pams Lummn J.ee, am I heodore Lee. or nxpeiKc in procuring all Ihe first talent AUo, attached to the I roup" will be found in both Europe ami America, howiiini. peur in their wonderful scenic Act-, mii:- nasim Feats, Poitle Troks Oh.be ami Unr' rel I'.ereise. VBiillitii.', both single and doublu LeapiiiL'. i:.uilit.rioiiis. 'i iiiiibling. Pyrimiilica! lleviccs I'osiuring, Comic Singing. Dancing, Comic hurletlns, luler- liuie". Farces, Promenades, Cavalcades, Musipii rudes, ceo, I'he (3 rand A Pi A AIAXA, or Iirpcriiil Clm- riot, urowu t.y ,w ettgaai hones, ami "nven bv the Lhampion U( uiiiu or Lion W nip. Mark Jolin-on, will make Its appenrnnce in lown ot. llli o'clock A. M cootainmg the N. V. Kni-kerhocker Urn-a JJiind. led by Air. Nceve, who will perioral u II the most loshi.. liable and modem nirs ut the dny. The Four European Suir-.. termed the JYccromttnccrs, r thu liolllo Alngicians, beii'g liie Uriginals in their Novel Perform- , nuces nil others tthonmy iillempt these fen I are complete lltiiiiliiis, ns these four pernio nrc tho g-cntimc .Magicians, nod. were engaged by tins Esiaulishuieiit in Eu- rone, exprus-ly for this coiuitry. The ii'iue-s 1 8 5 0. FXP.ST mi7.L. Sl'RLVGJXD SUM.MUll GOODS. Itvadford V Bf orison A UE receiving and openins llieir supply ol SPIMNU and SUAIMEIl (.iOOU-S, comprising a geneial assorliiieni of the very l-itukt B.irluu 'I'liuir v.nelr uua spteeli-fl with great care, as they are determined to oiler their customers none but the K ight Sort of Goods !! f,,i . . . . .i . t . e- l I 1 ney suse?i to llieir ouj irienus . uu ..in public aeuetally lo give Ihetn a call, ex amine for themselves, and lliey are confi dent they will buy, ns "quick salts and shorl prolits" is their inoiio. . Feathers, Lieeswax, Tallow, l-'!ax and Tow Linen, taken in exchange lot Gonds. April 5, 1S."0 If 80 isoakcdi Mi-iioi s kT JaS. S. lllillHJKS respectfully iliforms the public that lie has removed from the Athens Hotel to the bouse recently occupied by Ksq. Mayo us n l'lihlic House, where he is prepared to nccommoilata a few p.'iitleuieu witli lioardiug, by tlie year, inuntli, week i r ilnv. iH. II. A fen horses would lie kept if re quired. Alliens, April 5, 16511 If frO CIMA'CEll Y C O L it T .1 T .i Till: xs, April lluhs. 1 .VcEweu vV Cillespie, f. David Carter and wile, John Pavis and Flias Davis. IN this c:ine it appears from tin nllei.",.tion in complainants bill, which is sworn t ., that David Curler, one of the defendant', i' iioii-re-ident of tin: Stale ol TeimcM.'. it is therefore ordered by the Clerk anil .'V.i-tcr at his Rules, that publication be made in the Alliens Va't, a ncwpi.per printed in Athens, for four siicces-ivi! weeks, requiriui; the said uu-resideiit ileleiidant to make his personal appearance- lit our next t'lianeiTy Court, to be holdeli ill Athens, Mc.Mimi coun ty, Teiinesee, on Ihe .'id Monday of Aiumt next, and plead , answer or demur '. miii pbiiiiniils lull filed against him in said Chan cery Court, or the same will be t.ikeu as con fessed as to him and set lor liearnu; accord ingly. WM. I.OWRV, C. .V M. April 5, 1 850 It IVa fee $.i c'J Stephen !. Reeder, rs David Carter and wife, John D.ivis and Clins Davis. IN thiscnusc it appearing Irom un iili.'iaii-ui -- in c.iii.plaiuaiit's bill, winch is sworn lo, that David t'art.-r, one ol Hie del. hiliiuM, is n . ..... i,..,.. ..t -i". llo.l-r.--ioe.il ... nil' '-i'in: 'i i ' mi' "' therefore ort'ere.l by '.he Cli-ik A: Ma-li-r "I bis Kiiles, thai piitilicalion be made in the Athens 1'ost, a m-wspiip. r printed in . ftlieii". for lour successive weeks requiring anl lioi." resident ilefeiiilaiit to m-ike ois p. r'oiial np pearauee at our next I'liiince'v Court , In be lioldeii ill Athens, .1c.Minii r.i.iiity. 7'. niie. sec. on the .'1.1 Monday of . .ii.it nrt. nud plead, iinwer or .lein.ir to roiuplaiiiaiit's t ill filed against him in said Chano-M Court , or Ihe same will in- taken us roniisf.-d a- t.-1 i.n and set lor henrinc accordion I v. WM. I.OV'.: . 1 . I. lS.-.O It IV fee jl April . N otic r. . A 1,1. persons indebted to tl.o :'.--r.f r m. note or nccoiint, for l-is ; . .- .' coiicrru of CI.KAliK .V '.. .- a'. inilet.ted In klNli VCO.,wi!l . ". -.-.- in the builds u( Tims. V.-uul.-m. liave been placed for coll.vtie-i. I .i'.'.t'T.. - n.i: to llieir el. inns nt II , li'iun; u r.a oi ii.e Circuit Court, they will save .-'t. j I'll . ii . April 5. 1S.VI 2t ATTORNEY AT LAW, Alhrns, Tcnnttstt, rll.l.i.rartincin the Courts of M.mr.H-, . . . ... - It A ' Itra.lley , and Tolk counties. Orifice nearly opposite tlie Tlautcr's Hunk, March 1, leiutf 74 " ' ""'" f 1,,ri0 I-piestnnn; J. Lovcit. the Clo-vn "' nil Clown, bsMpml ne.-r ft I on ml or Known utu worm over. Mr ,e,i jnineiw., me uroai ijhi.joim. kiiii u-'iii. aior oi :y gro t.'baracler, Pmh't While, Ibu gentlei inn ii i y Hiding Alnner. I'. ,M. Dickinson, thj very loniiy t-'ooiic S nger. Madam Wood 4, liie heuulif'nl 1'cnitilo Kipiestrian. Air. E. W'imiiN, the 1'er-fomtot ol" iho Wild I ml in n ol Ihe desert, inn! olleT vry inter- es,jn,, scene... Washington Chambers, lbs Ain-ricnn Scenic I'erloru.er on a smtle ,,rs., J. 1 1 :ir U i n . ceiehrnlrd fur his Ilo- lim Al. Uvi) 1(irs,.s ,lv .s.n.-ri-r-tx. &c- lilory, the Cine po-iurer and 1)llm.,,r Aolonio Pstor, ..round and lofty Tumbler. Frank Pastor, the Pet of ihn Circle, nud iiniirpned in Ins brilliant prin. cipal net on a single hore, Mini Myled iho rr--.it,'t wonder of liii u'e. Al'o, Master William I'.slor, e'eionil ill lii- most Extra- ordinary Evi-r.'i-e, kV.c. For further particular see L'illsat IIo tels, Sl:. Allien-, April l!). IS"0 !Jl 8- Consolidated Lotteries OF 3IA11YLAM) INSTITUTED by net of Assembly of the I " -Male, and drawn under the supervision of Coinmissioneis ujipointed by executive i authority. A r.RiijjAxr GALAXY OF S'ri ;r.v the United lliese 'aiders," Are offered to the Citizens of SvMel' ll,r""' "ie Aaency ..I I " World Renowned I' iv. I GQLTI1T&C0., . 0m,.p W. C()r Ua,i,re & ( alverl sts.. MLSKIM L'CII.IIIMi, i:I.TIMOIIK, Ml). We extract from Hie rdli.'i.il report of i lie Managers some of the principal Capital Prizes sold by Colvin Si. Co. til lJaltiuiure, MJ. IJnpiTct'iIctitetl success in March! Enough In make a Califnruinn Stare ! 15EUOI.D! LOOK!! READ!!! Grand i'liiiital I'ritrs Solil in .March I At the Agency of Colvin Si Co., Balti more, Aid. N'os. Captlalis, .i-j i.v ii. i it it i. Sold in firorjia. I :r.t c.r, I. "..Ill I! I. til. in ie. f-e"tlH. 'Il.lilltl. Sold in Kentucky. Sold in N. York. "ld in It.iltiinore: I I I ". Ill -- The it.. 't.iilitl. Sold in Virginia, tirand Capital I'rie. diss E. sil),(l(ii, drawn .March 111, !.)(, Ngs. 5 (J lit), was semper order in a Package of (luarters of Ti.-keis l y certilicale to a cor-le.-poiideut in Alabama. COI.VIX & CO. Correspond! nt will phase Police Ihe I511ILMANT LOTTJCKIiiS To be Drawn in the Cily of L' n'liinore, Md. Price of I'ackar-a Dale Capitals. No.'ill!;.ls. Tk'is. i(ir. April i, i-,'..uiiii .uios.rj'lr.. April April ...iiiin 7Mms.l::dr., :!."i.lillll 75ii,iS. ,r., l l,i M II I 7Sii.is.l Idr., yu.li'iil i;''.n.,s.iii,!r., o7,"tIH 7 -"nils. I 'J Jr., y."..(iti(l 7iios.lMr., '-'11.1'tlll 7".iio--.'lr., ;;ii.ni!(i 7ni.s.i.:,ir.. r.l.dll'7 7-nos.l Idr., I ..( HI 7".no.l Idr., .1(1.1 Mil I 7o.i.l". ir , 'J.".,(l(IO 7"nos.-.'lr., I S.I H '(I 7Saos :;,ir.. IS l't, S3 r. is "., 17 Mi. S3 US 17 1". H3 18 1. 13 !-. -15 t. US '. 18 10. ."3 r. is -., is 10, Sfi ;;o r, is l. u3 r, l s 4. 13 uu. 7r, s. U't IS April 1. Apni r, 'April 0, April S. April '.l. April III, April 1 1. April I.', , 'M'rf ' April 5, April Hi, A prill i ..ioI'i.IHHI 7..i,.s . 1 - r April S, !j5,l:n( 7m s l."idr.. , prill'.! out 1 1 I.I It II I 7'n,, :!,r . 1 . . ' ' ' Apri' y.i, IH.I'iliI i:.!r., Aprils.'. :;.ii.',ui it 'no... I Idr., April '!."!, April-1. Aprils.. Aprils'.. April -7. April ApriC.tl. til.f 7Mius.l:Sdr., :n f.l 100 7MK.S.I I Jr., -H.lKtil 7 "iios.-j,lr., l:!,."ii.l 7tio..1dr., 7,".ll(MI 7 ."mios. I Idr.. -'("..IMMI 7 -lies. I. ".dr., Jll.Ot.HI 7"iios,-.,dr., The above are liie most brilliant schemes evt r ollered. On, order fr a Capital Pi he! Cty-Corti-spoiiiinits can transact business litro-.u'i i:.e mails witli this agency, as w , !. a- y, iMinally present. I.c::. r c.trf uliy ilirtcled anj answered :: r-'ura nsjii. Cri N. Co. send Manars Official IVlS l;-g to hll tv tin older tickets. I'.tf.k notes on nil good banks in the country, or Prize lickeis received in pay ment, at par, lor tickets, I'nz-s cashed at sight. Dank drafts re mitted to ilio-e hi.ldin? pri.s. All orders are carefully complied with. The most prompt attention always given lo orders. Please address COI.VIN &. CO. LUliiuiorp, MJ. MmcU 20. lr.0 lm . 1 l'l.U 1 ARB. SODA , just re i reived aud for sale, by Apr li ii. W. KOSS CO.