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I ’RO FESSION AL CA RI )S.
; X U . PHILLIPS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, ,
MARIETTA GEORGIA. '■
F. b 22, 1862 ly
ATT Olt NEY A T LA W , i
1/. IRI ETTA GEOR GIA. •
’ ILL pra< lice law in Bine Ridge Circuit, and in the ■
Snprem’’ C.nift of the State ; also in the Distiict ■
tta. marl. |
/ VID IRWIN. GREENLEE BUTLER |
IRWIN & BUTLER. j ,
TOBKEfS AT U*W., I,
” 'RIETTA, GEORGIA
i .< ■ nf'd« dto their professional management in ;
. >ll wing comities will be taithfnliy transacted. I .
. i'll, Paulding Polk. Cobb, Cherokee. l>or- 1
fwlh Lumpkin, Fulton and Milton. Also, in the Dis
, t j! at M oiet a, and at the Supreme Court al
F. M. MYERS, 1
,t orncy at Xaa
\I iriet t:i, < rcovtxia.
• j- i) IO ALL rLmNISS t'.NTItISTED IO 1!IS CARI
I ■ nnv'ad & Wright, .Marietta. Ga .A. ’
;1, I arietta. Ga , Irwin & Lester, Marietti.
t >l. Cohen, Savannah, S. Yates Levy, Sa- .
. SELECTING LAWYER,
1; I R 7 ETTA, GEORGIA
ILL l ive his entire attention to the c llection
,all claims ent listed to his care.
i. X . SI H Pso \ ,
.r TTO 1* *IT
.Mar. ’6U _ _
N, IL GREEN,
oriicy At <’oini«<‘llor at Law.
M :i riot la. < ’<>l >b < 1 0.,
Will rut; ■ .ami give]prompt attention to all busines
ii ;1 to liisprofessional care, in the Distiuci < oi ur
, . I e, at 'Marietta The Supreme Court of Ga .
civil i. the Superior and Inferior Com ts ot the
Itil.n- Civ nit. and the comities adjoining l übb,
of other Circuits.
•IVT. ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE COLLECTION OI DEBTS,
. ur. sl i t RING or ALL M INNER OF CLAIMS
! . md efficient attention will be given to all
, business in theConrts of Oidinaty tn the
, ~; n \ol Cobh and adjoining counties.
Pill CLIPS It BCKKHALTF.R,
VI TO KN UYS AT LAW,
V ii ■ tn-e in b'ulton. Paulding and all the eonn
t S .■• the Blue Kidgo Circuit : in Supreme Court, i
> I .li .t court of the U. s, at Marietta.
\\ ■■ l iHLI.tPS J. T. Bl RKU ALTER,
ianl 1V _ I
K. r A AV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
11 IKI UTT t. GIX>K<JI t,
V'’ I lilligentlv attend to any business confided
* to his e.v.'v m the counties of Cobb, Chelokee,
Mihon and Paulding.
\ IMS eollccloii as won as it can bo done I’V law.
n , i Cm' money promptly paid over.
June 20th, 1859.
ANDREW .1. HANSELL.
Ittorney, Counselor & Solicitor,
O •rietta. Cobb County, (ieorgia.
nt \CTICK3 REGULARLY IN THE
Os th© United States,
_\- ' the Supreme Court of
;UU I the Superior Courts of the following
. Forsyth, Iloyd,
MI . N
, ir.eiid piompily to securing and eolketiug
; ‘ . ..Lmv <•» the.idjoiuiug Counties.
Ma: ■ tta, Jan. 1, 1868,
MARIETTA, GE ?OON, MARCH 18; 1861.
"DtUn. ~N? GOBER. '
OFFERS bis services to the citizens of Marietta and >
Office North side of the square over Pago A Haley’
~’e 7mT alle >7~ I
RE SlOl i
CH RATEFUL to the citizens of Marietta an i ■ ’
T cinity for a liberal patronage dur ; : ■■ the :
ten years, is stiJl prepared to perform r dl oren.'b :>
either fqf preserving the riatural, or inserting artifi
cial teeth in the mo.it approved manner.
He solicits calls from those who hav<- very '---i ■ '
as he is using a preparation for filling tl " in< • t : -
cate teeth, no matter how badly decayed, if not ■,.L.-
erwise diseased—and rendering them rrn vi. f "
years. It is about the same color as the f -th md '
will never change or discolor the teeth.
Refers to Citizens <>f Mmietta for whom i.
has operated during the past ten vc ir
terMs.a- Cash, unless by special contr '
Office, South side of public square, owr the "
Marietta, Jan., 186
W. Il . HUNT,
.STT On TV .IT A «J \
MARIETTA. GEORGI A.
w e hi ghly, i; a r \ ;> >i. .
“HUGHEY & RANDALL?
House, Sign and Decora.he ?
Glaziers and Paper ILt..
Ho.--/eg.; Fresco aad Lan lsca t
V3ai‘iet4a, co st;".
All widi; neatly executed rvith
\cry reasonable pticcs.
li'.C’ Instruction given in Land: intir :
RKFERE N C E S:
JOS. Il TUCKER, I HAMM.. . ! .
A. S EONSDMTON, I W. A. )■
Shop in s ■•■ on I st.>ry of N, B. Gree i's new b .d'-
ing, m ar the court house.
Fresh. Garden ;e ds!
WH HAVK JI’RT RECEIVED
10,000 PAPERS FRESH G ARD/An J
ah Jkx As
100 lbs. GARDEN SEEDS IN 'I LK.
20 bushels EARLY PEAS AN!) BEANS
A FINE LOT OF ONION SETT
AU of which wiU be sold t.'b■ up I '
lIAMMIII I' N GR<)Vi S. '
U. J. S 11 E PA R I) ,
11 the Ohl Miami of .5. li. V <•< .X- st ■
II AS now on hand a Ini’go and.,
I. well-selected sissortimmt r>f fa d’ v ■.
which lie invites the attenti. no r th ■■ ' . ■ i
rietta and the comitry, th one p t v'.
be strictly adhered to’. lis term- will ! ■ f; ■
equivalent, that is, Uouniiv i'i<> 1 < )•:
<>i short time to prompt paying c i-tono . L: 1
on piescutatiim. fjv"’ llis d.-ter ;in iU i <■ • .
good articles at lew prices and will e\p ;
payments. Jg. 3
HU VINO been heretofore
ail my customers, I desire n >w to ■ ■.■ > m •I. : i i
and the public generally tb.it h m,: ! ■ 1 ■
lot es th.- best bit li h -'ll . k. <: i
ploye I competent w. •! .um n 1 i :
-tipplv all who will ta\or tn • with tin :r piti'.u i..
wi'h the best Shoes and I'..- >ts th t ■
’ intend to keep < onstantly on I uid a • w '•■
made Boots and Simes, and will end v : t •
totheint rest of Smithein men t > Imv
Boots anil shoes. All work w.vr.inte I
Water proof and Quilted bottom :
• • “ Loot ing (,-'•'
; I’ine Calf Welt Boots stitched M '
Pump Sole do'
Footing • ■ ■ S ■*' 1 ’
' Kip Boots
' “ Footing, ll ’ "
I Shoes - ’ ®
Shop on Powder Spring -t'o ’ -;r ■
I bridge. . u sv v!; ’
P. S Repairing also d vie w,.
: patch. Marietta, G i , Jan 22. l- l
L. BI.XM l i >
PHHP P H
jllLiill uilull 01 Uillji
< l the w< 11 known st ir I . : t
,‘V 1 ist corner of Public Sqt:.-.: t
X-#" Vlrxt Stocß of fHaaflu
' have ever pun-h -d. which a-xill ' ’
CAsH as they can ’v 1-ought a:.;, w'v .e. 1
tomers can have till Christmas.
I will call attention particular’v to my ,■; '. .. •.
heavy and service ible goods is L->-eyi Al-
to a well selected supply of
j Ready-Made Cloth' a
And to .i large St ■>. f
1« (?O T S and S II > ' U S,
Os w’ . ’ ' r
Call am’- my Goods.
FOR THE PEOPLE.
AIE Lt OHA N•' ISE.
-■>■ 1.- j/- ..... '' ' APIS
(3~ o o cl
.’XT 7, CAE’S,
C'-ai’sa nsid Crlatss Ware,
TTA 7.7„ ’ t-v A SIU
l n r-2 iI y Gro c e ries,
Fabrics, &c., &c.
< ' i i‘ ’■■•d and will keep
• ?,i the above branches
of trade and will i. lat L, o Pi’iCfSJ
X’’ li .MS CASH!
j. ',• > 0. M. YOUNG.
y , ISAACS.
Whole de and retail Dealer in
■ ' and FANCI GOODS.
• - , FEATHERS,
' .j.s, -..'ces, blondes, Ruches,
■ / ' ’’/'■■ ■■ ■' Fct,l'Eny,
.’ TL. 7 G I \. GEORGIA
T' T-y , a .*'>
(i uu:: raON’T r.roRF,)
A Jar Head IJresses, Bcr-
v Goods con-tan iv ■■■> li.; id.
X;’ •. .• ■ ■ ■. i-r it -'hort notice.
• .i. A r I 1. £J L I.’AJ.
. ii. . in the upper
•vet, a full sto< k
■ vei i article usually
<U (\ 1»S, a'i 'liils:
< t-.E. nil Ein Is;
A v Ax., &.
)du c e
Is of Mr. B. S.
. . G ROCERIES
t. : I Mr. HAMI.S
,s. ...’ ■■ ' > >mers.
•. ■■> ' ’’'-r < iici. Building a
k 11 BL A STORE,
u . .itY All'l l’ LE in the
;t vx: icty ut other
• ' ■
. X ' LARD,
■ ■ ;. V( >. YARN.
: . and wts war-
• ■ p, Ijetter
r at tides < f
< i \ PiNjduce
>JI [ U,)]; !. ’i - I Uli huCj.il tCl’illS.
Buc . Pubs &c.
AX r ,<ii ■Rn-n
i ;i H EJ BUKETS
A Hi. l X : WHEELS
'I \ KE 1 ILES,
• FEEE MI I.Lx
p r . » i. iioor & son.
A’ I LA ST A II AT?
ST © Sy’o
J. M. HOLBROOK,
Whiteliali Strc< .. Atlanta. Georgia.
- - • . F ■rs Cid Country
1 ' : x. ie the Urge and
.. t'nt is kept
" ■ HIT MANU-
I U Hat,
> .y portion of
\ ■■■’..•• r Tobacco
• \ . -• • GROVES.
W. H. HUNT, Editor.
The Cost oe Implements of War. —The
Price of Dahlgreen’s great nine-inch iron guns
is 7J- cents per pound. As they weigh 9000
pounds each, the cost of a gun is $645. The
eight inch Columbiads weigh about 8500
pounds; the ten inch 16,000 pounds each;
both are sold at 6£ cents a pound. Forty-two
pounders weigh 8000 tbs; pounders
3300 to 5600 pounds each ; twelve pounders
3500; eighteen pounder 4?50, and twenty
four pounders 5600 pounds each. The twelve
pounders are sold at 5 cents, the others at 6
cents a pound. Seacoast howitzers of eight
and ten inch boro weigh from 8500 to 9500
pounds each, and are sold at 6T cents a pound.
Siege howitzers of eight inch bore are much
lighter, weighing 2500 to 3000 pounds, and
are sold at the same rate as those above ineii'
tioned. Brass guns are much lighter, the
army pattern twelve pounders weighing only
4300 pounds; they are, however, sold at 46
cents a pound. The Dahlgrcen brass guns are
still proportionately higher priced ; the patent
mountain twelve pound howitzers, weighing
220 pounds, are sold at 75 cents a pound.—
Shells sell according to weight at from 5 to 6
cents a pound , shot at from 34- to 4 cents.
A Common Sense View.
Sir, in God's name,let us have peace. If we
cannot have it in the Union, as it existed prior
to November last, let us have it by cultivating
friendly relations with those States which have
dissolved their connection with that Union,
and established a separate government.—
l’h> ugh we and they may not, and, perhaps,
in the nature of things, cannot live harmoni
ously under the same Government, it is our
interest, no less than theirs, that we should at
once endeavor to establish between our Gov
ernment and theirs those amicable relations
which should ever exist between two neighbor
ing Republics. War, with its attendant hor
rors, being thus happily averted, the people of
each Republic will be left at liberty to pursue,
undisturbed, their several vocations. A mutu
ally advantageous conlmerce will grow up be
tween the two nations; treaties, such Is regii"
late our intercourse with the Canadas, will be
formed; confidence in all branches ol business
will be restored; a new impetus given to
every variety of industry; the march of im
provement accelerated, and the cause of hu
manity, of civilization, and of Christian ty, ad
vanced throughout the world. Ihe people ol
Europe, accustomed to refer the settlement ot
their slightest ditferences to the bloody arbitra
ment of the sword, will behold with silent
wonder and amazement the spectacle of a
great people unable to agree in reference to
one ol their peculiar domestic institutions,
peacefully separating, as did the patriarchs of
old; resolving themselves into two distinct
political communities, not hostile, discordant,
bviligerent; but each anima'cd, with a spirit
of <’-enerous rivalry towards the other, pur
suing a more successful and prosperous career
in its own chosen path, than when, United un«
d r the same Federal head, they painfully
a tight together the same commoh destiny.
Gen. Lanes Speech.
Gen. Lan© on Secession.
But, we have been told by the Senator, as
.we have often been told by others, that the
1 secession movement is a sudden and violent ex-
Icitem nt caused by the plans and harrangues
of artful and ambitious leaders; and that it
must soon subside. A sudden and precipitate
movement' it is now more than twelve
years since all the southern States, Tennessee
included, decided by the,almost unanimous vote
of both parties in their Legislatures, that they
would at all hazards, and to tfie last extremity,
resist the adoption of the ilmot proviso.
Now, the North has resolved upon if by the
unanimous vote of all her States, and has the
power, according to the forms of the Constitu
tion, to execute that resolve, and yet, for pre*
paring at once to resist this aggression, three
times solemnly attempted before, and three
times before repulsed by the South, we are
now told that the South is precipitate—is mad.
I know it is said that there are still some
Senators and Representatives from the North
in Congress who will oppose this Republican
design, and that it may be ultimately defeated
bv their votes in connection with that of the
South. But, in the mean time, ;he Chicatro
convention, with cunning, dec?.r A s tbet 7? ere
is no right for slavery to go into the Ter: .ori c "
and hence, if it does 2*o, til‘3
will ftfford it no protection if ?.n<l *t is
well known that many of the supporters for the
Presidency of the Senator from 111‘uoi!’, [M-..
Douglas,] who, together with the Repub I ’cans.,
make up a large portion of the North, also
deny that slavery has any light to protection
in the Territories; the decision of th-. Supreme
Court, that it has the right to u? there, to the
cont ra r y notwithst andi n g.
For the South, then, to wait be to
submit until her forts were armed a* d garris
oned against her, and the gnus turned land--
vvard; to wait until her slrx t." t. e • ire
arms were placed in poss- sion ofher e- Ac;
to wait until the F j -ernl Army Ast .i . cd to
act with prompt.tu 'e to subdue to wait
until Republican post n r - z s rre r . .’. led.
throughout her vi’liar. ? a;.J ere s-roD -; to
circulate the woi - ■ .r e
wait until servile ?•. . :ec . " '
and all these thi th lent e can
The South is to w . . i :
ern Senators sit, i? d i mo! .a
adders, or, bavin. e s X rid . ...
ears, hear no!, the 'i c
Mr. President, w -X i ?. ~ t
a time when a n • ;u .i
Government, who i
form, in their sp
their press that X;’ ■”
another foot of to.
State shall ever b t . ;
that slavery sb i..
mate extincti n. -V
of the party th it t e
press the soil of
new slave Sta
tion to that, tint t
of the Union. XVI •
that.- Who ever k
world before ? Th<
into the Territorle ;
State come in ; an 1 ' >
out ! They will not i”t
they could n»t c ;n;■ o t the
placing slave! \ in th
lion. They wa ,t to i' "
for their benelit -t.
taxes —that they r g ■ "
fit, and rule them agn.'-t .. ■. v. • V 11, sir,
I wish to sav one w.-:• l!" th;M ’ v, in all
kindness; for I shall n 1 *r ' i
on this subject. I si: b :> ■
ent citizen before long IX.tX ’ill uiy t<>
that party, th y had I e*X' i r c uiiY- • ' Lac
tics; they had b■•‘.ter . '
speedily. Lot thoi
high ground of right . ; i'
such amendments to t! ' >’
not only hold old Kent
ed the greatest “comp ’■ e
good old State whe.e > w. nd ’ it 1
am proud of—but tl.-'otb-r
also. lam a liar I1!
this. I know th ■
race to found; 1 tion lb ' •
very much —peaceably a . C" ■
they are goaded too bis: -f, by r<- a ‘.i < u wi’O.Jgs,
they are compelled to !:/ ■. Vei .1 aon-d *ay
to their enemy “bewat -. :>■• •> '?.!■ 1 - ii w -.y
and patriotism in Kciii’. - . ' ky v-'a. i -s n .‘.Xr
tq the power of accitl r n mature to subdue.
You bad better not p.u- v. n oo Do i T
drive them to the go?.’: of 1 t
them justice while yon ha .u 1 ’
to do so. Sali ’y ’• - . .m ’ •■ A’ '• '■’’
shall have eoti.i.ily in L
or Union, if you ■•
patching up of th. ■
guished Senator . - -••
tiemen, cspecia }
[Mr. Bigler,] who 1
jup the Constitution ti;.. . ■ " G
except my fii : i ; y 7 1
I him God speed i 1 t’ .e
just principles : h-’ b?
justice; and I - •
—»= • »- ’
Capital of the
Huntsville an i n . > r /
■as the future p?i anur, ' - op-
erate State* of A. ica.
J Columbus ofihi pec
any of her comp.it us rt.t- <. . t■•. ‘'o
'South.— G'A. Sa."