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fc*vt» IRWIN. GREENLEE BUTLER
IRWIN & BUTLER.
ITTOOEYS AT LAW,
MA R TET TA, GEORGIA
Business confided to their professional management in
the following counties will be faithfully transacted,
viz; Campbell, Paulding. Polk, Cobb, Qneiykee, l*qi
svth, Lumpkin, Pulton and .Milton. Also, in the l>is
trict .Court at Marietta, and at the Supreme Court at
AN I)K EVV ,1.11 A N SE EL,
Attorney, Counselor & Solicitor,
Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia,
WAcrtCEt? REdUbARLt IN THE
Os the United States,
At Marietta, the Supreme Court of
Georgia, ami the Superior Courts ot the following
Cobb, Forsyth, 1‘ tosn,
Catoosa, Cherokr Paulding,
I also attend promptly to securing and collecting
claims in any of the ad joining Counties.
Marietta, .Jan. 1. 1808 1
C . D . P 111 LLII’ S ,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
J/A RIE TTAGEORGIA.
Feb 22, 1862 ty
«!<]<>. N. MXHIR,
ATTO RN E Y A T LA W ,
MA RIE TTA. GEOR GIA.
WILL practice law in Line Ridge Circuit, and in ihe
Supreme Court, of the State. ; also <n the District
Court at Marietta. marl.
F. M. MYERS,
Attorney at Law,
Marietta, < J eorgia.
WILL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO IIIS CARE
References: — Denmead & Wright, Marietta, Ga.. A.
J. Hansell, Marietta. Ga , Irwin A Lester, Mariett i,
Ga., lion. Sol. Cohen, Savannah, S. Yates Levy, Sa
vannah. nov23 tt
CICERO C. " ON,
MJ RI ETTA, G EOR GIA
WILL give his entiie attention to the c lleetion
of till claims ent listed to his care.
Oct 19 -ly
A . * . S I JI I* S O A .
.ITTOfLE/r .ZT LJH’,
Maviet ta, < roovtri.i.
Mar. 9,’60 ly
N, B. GREEN,
Attorney A Conner ’’.er nt Shaw,
M'ai’iOtta. Uobb < ’o.. < ta.
Will practice,and givejprompt at: ’tition I • all business
confided to Ids professional care, ir the Di : i:iei Court
or THE U. S. at Marietta The Supreme Cot nr of (la.,
at Atlanta, the Superior and Im ehior Courts of the
Blue Ridge Circuit, and the counties adjoining Cobb,
of other Circuits.
tSPEUIAL ATTENTION GtVKN TO THE COLLECTION Os DEBTS,
AND TUB SECURING OF Alt. M KNXKR <>F CLAIMS.
Prompt and efficient attention will be giv.n to all
nnerof business in the Courts of sh dinai y in the
.ounty of Cobb and adjoining counties.
PIIIEEIPSX IH UKll ALTER.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MARIETTA G X.
Will practice in FttltOn. Paulding an I all'the eoun-
Mes of the Blue Ridge Circuit : in Supreme Court,
♦ml District court of the U.S., at Marietta.
Wm PHILLIPSLT. BURKHALTER.
' E. I' A W.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
H A KI UTT 1. GIORGI I.
dilligently attend to any bu-.nes- confided
to his care in the counties of Cobb. Cherokee,
Milton and Paulding.
CLAIMS collected as sx>n as it can be done by law,
andfthe money promptly paid over.
iaiH’ 20th. 1869.
MARIETTA, GEORGIA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL *3, 1861.
JU. Al. ALLEN,
(M RATEFUL t?e citizens of Marietta ami vb
X cinitv for a liberal patronage during the past
ten years, is still prepared to perform, all orerations
either for preserving the natural, or insetting ciitiii
cial teeth in the'most approved manner.
He solicits calls from those who.hav.c ufry Grd teeth,
as he is using a preparation tor idling the most deli
cate teeth, no matter how luidly decayed, if not oth
erwise diseased —and rendering them serviceable lor
years. It is about the saiuc color as the teetu anti
will never change or discolor the te :h.
Refers to Citizens of Ma: ietta for whom no
lias operated during tnc past ten year-.
TEIIAIS.-—Cash, unless l>y spe< ial contract.
Iffice, South side of public square, over the Post Cilice.
Marietta, Jan., 18a
V/. H . HUNT,
MAIt I ETTA, GE()RG 3A.
Dr. N. N. GOBER,
OFFERS his services to the citizens of Marietta and
surrounding country. ,
Office North side of the square over Page k Haley
1861 new ™ R!! 1861
II A.NI M IT f T T T Y •
(North Side Public Square,)
.V? A B ETTA, G 8 Y.
HAVE a large and well selected Stock of Drugs,
Hardware, Perfumery, Stationery, Toys, Teas,
Soaps, Segars, Chewing Tobacco, &c., <kc. All oi whit h
will be sold low down tor
Weaic thankful for past patronage, and solicit a
continuance of the same. HAMMb/1 1A (< Id >\ J.S.
W. P. HUGHEY, B - '• KAM'ALU
lIUGILEY & RANDALL,
House, Sign and Decorative Painters.
Glaziers and Paper Hangers,
JFbrZ'cr.* in Fresco and Landscape I cuntiny
a 3"i<*Bl. G<*OB*<gi«B.
All work neatly executed with promptness, and n*
very reasonable prices.
iFF Instruction given in Landscape Painting ons
JOS. R. TUCKER, I HAMMETT & GROVES,
A. 9. EONSDMTON, I W. t. FRAZER.
Shop in si"'tm<l stofy of N. I>. Green s new build
ing, near the court house.
Fresh Garden Seeds’
M E II WE JUST RECEIVED
l(),tH)0 PAPERS FRESH GARDEN
•Ti rra S!
tw? s&JJj s^ y
100 lbs. GARDEN SEEDS IN BULK,
25 bushels EAKLY PEAS AND KEANS
A FINE LOT OF ONION SETTS,
All of which will be sold ('heap l>v
HAMMbITT & GROVES.
A NNOI’NCE to their Customers that they have
/I commenced the New Year with a New. i’ull and
Complete s’oek of
Drugs and Medicines.
Our present assortment ot tin* usual goods kegt
in a Drug Store, is now ottered at i ri< i - tf.it c.me.ot
fail to suit. Persons in want <fam ■. f the following
would do well to pile tl:< m nt our h. as' :
( rose a e Rara ia ii i«•
Kls 1:( HN Id L.WII
from 60 ets. to $ '.7 > v .v. :.
Turpentine, Thud. Gandies. .1 ii' 1 . Lard
and Sperm Oih. Linseed Oil. V lii* '
Leads. Painters Colors, Put-
ty, Window Glass,
Prescriptons CaretaUp put up.
jimll ts MAI KI EY & J<JYNER.
VI.L jx'rsous hiving claims agiinst the Canto*
Mining Comi ant will present them forthwith to
Skid Harris, > qx -.intendent. f >r settlement.
dtxU-6iu S. HARRIS, Supt.
FANCY ASD ST APIS
T)x * y Cr oocl s,
SOOiES, IE ATS, CAPS,
CSsiiia mid falnss Ware?
FJ? Uss &S y *’ v c s°ics,
Saddlery Leather, fabrics, &c., &c<
FfVirE Subscriber has just received and will keep
B constantly good selections in the above branches
of trade and will sell at LO W Prices.
1’ ER M S CASH!
janG’6o D- M. YoUXG.
V,’hoi esale and retail Dealer in
MILLINERY and FANCY GOODS,
2? IB RONS, FIL I i' FF RS,
Head Drosses, Embroideiics, Laces, Dior.des, Ruches,
Pe turnery, Ac , &c.,
Con'iieUa's Iran front BiwLna,
WlaaSe IL-ul Strs'eS,
(connelly’s iron rnoNT store,)
TIX/Ze E"Il, near Alabama sOerl
A large assortment of Bonnets. Head Dresses, Ber
tha Capes, Embroideries, Do ss'liimihings and I'an
cv Goods constantly on hand.
il j" Bonnets made to orde r at short notice.
(.TJITE SrBFCHIBER oilers the public, in the upper
|' Store, Sewell range, Cherokee Street, <i full sto.' k
Is of GROCERIES, embracing every article usually
kept in that line,such as
SUGARS, all kinds;
COFFEE, all kinds;
Anv Ac., A.
taken in Barter, on liberal terms.
Having purchased the Store and goods of hr. L. S.
.Johxson, he also offers a large stock of GROCERIES
at that stand, on Cherokee Str< <:t, and Mr. IJAMb-S
will take pleasure in waiting <-n customers.
July 27, -59. tf] l ,j - I AGE.
GROVES & BUTNER,
H\s opened in the Post Office Bvii.dixg d
.V XKSEITV rAv 2 3IL * * r a’OKa-i,
in which will be found EVERY ARIK LE in the
(J ROCERT LIN E,
Liquors exce;.ted In sides a great vaiiety of other
:uticles. They will sell for
(1 AII.I A’ /> A'-17.1 LLP ROl 'iTS.
If you want good
COFI’KE, TEA, SUGAR.
MOLASSES, FINE HAMS. LARD.
SYRUP. TOBACCO. YARN,
or anything in that I'he, givi *ds a .call, and we war
We will also keep FooLenp, TjCtt (?U
Paper, Pens, Ink. and other articles of
Count ry Produce
Os all kinds, taken in barter on liberal terms.
July 1 Ith. 1859- ly
Bnckcl s, r Enl >s &c.
MINTED HH KETS
AND TI BS,
Cr.DAi: BUCKETS and TO’.S,
WKI.L BUCKETS and WHEELS.
SIEVES ami RII’DI.IIS.
Brooms. Cotton Twine and Factory 1 bread.
For s:i! eby WM. R' «)T & SON.
’ fir” TERMS CASH ■
AT LANJTA II AT
£ r KYo
.1. M. HOLBROOK,
XX iiitehall Streel. Atlanta, Georgia.
'T’HE u nt7 nos Planters. F.imiers and Country
1 Mei pliant-, an invite d to examine the ].;rge and
varied tis-ortmeut of Ha’s. Caps. that is
e-.mst.intl on hand at HOLBROOK S HAT MANU-
. FAi'IORY Trunks. Vali-es. Ne., Plantation Hat
made to order, and sent by Express to any portion of
the country. [jun'J-lyl
A R S.
30 Bbbls Refine ! Sugars. A. B, C, and Crushed, on
i hand for sale by
feb 23 WM. ROOT & SON.
i MARIETTA, ----- • APRIL 7.
Extracts from Mr: Wigfail’s Speech.
But as tiling’s are, it is useless, I am satis
fied, to talk about a reconstruction. This Fcd<
oral Government is dead. The only question
is, whether we will give it a decent, peaceable
Protestant burial, ol ’ whether we shall have
an liidi wake at the grave [Laughter.]
Now, I am opposed to fighting, ami would pre
fer a peaceable burial : but if the Republican
Senators insist upon fighting, an I they can
get the backbone again put into their Presi
dent elect-, and can gee Mr. Chase reinstated
in the Cabinet, from which he has been ex
pelled, I do not know but that we shall have
to fight. If their President has recovered from
that “artificial pan c’ under which he was
laboring a short time ago, r.ndei the Lieuten
ant General and the Secretary ot \\ ar I be
lieve they advised him to be frightened, so say
lhe Republican papers in defense of him; it
was done by flic card; he goes by the plat
form—if they can recover Idm fi’ctn thb artifi
cial flight under which he was laboring and
get him to take the Chicago platform fair and
square, we shall have a fight; otherwise we
shall not. I think myself it would be for the
bcm fit of both sections that we should not
have an Irish wake at our funeral; but that is
for tl e North to decide, and not lor us. dc
licving’—no, sir, not believing, but knowing
—that this Union is dissolicd, never, never to
be reconstructed upon any terms—not il you
were to hand us blank paper, and ask us to
write a constitution, would we ever again be
confederated wi ll you. A'our people have
been taught to hate m; your people have been
taught to hate our institutions; your people
have been taught to believe that you are 1 har
isees; that your philacteiies ate full; Hi t you
arc entitled to the high places in the syna
gogues; and you come and thrust yourselves
into our presence, ami thank God before out
faces that you are not like us poor publicans,
and your companv has become distasteful to
us; you tell us that ours is distasteful to you ,
“grant it, then we will separate;'’ and you siy
we shall not. T'hen we arc going to mike the
experiment, and we will trust in Providence.
Napoleon Bonaparte, who was a wise man,
I once said that he trusted in Providence, but lie
: said that he found that Providence,always t ok
■ sides with the artillery. AVe have taken the forts
i and guns, which you complain of, because we
| think Providence again will takesides with the
I artillery; and we have been securing a good
deal of it. [Langhter.l Then, knowing that
: the Union is dissolved, that reconstruction is
impossible, I would, mvsell, had I been consult
ed bv the Union-savers, have told them that
Union saving was impracticable, but that ’peace
able separation was practicable. I would have
advised that you should treat lhe:e sovereign
St: tes with the courtesy, at least,that you tieat
-Icd Brigham Young. Whim he threatened io
set up for himself, you Sent conirniss’oncrs
i therej but, when sovereign States assume the
right t?f self-gove'-nmciit, you ‘'.end the bayonet
and the broad sword. That is the. difference
1 in the manner in which you treated these two
I suppose commissioners, m a few days, wil]
be here from the Confederate States. They
were not s-nt bv my advice. To be vervcair
did with vou, I do not think tiierc is any Go\-
erument here wi h which they could treat
[ Laughter. [ You have a sort of de facto, cer
tainly a revolutionary Government [Lughtei]
that time and acquiescence on the part of the
States mav give the character oi h gitimaey to;
but surely has not that stamp now. Cue of
the ]-r.rtncr- having withdrawn from the part
ner sh i]) dissolves the firm. It is tine th <t, if
the remaining partners go on, and still use the
partnership name, by impbeat’m they are
SU j posed to acquics : in the with
drawal, and to have reformed another. In the
course of time, seven of your paitncrs having
withdrawn, if the rest shall acquiesce in the
action of this revolutionary, irregular, wrong
ful, de fucto Government that is about to in
augurate a President to-day, acquiescence
mav give legitimacy to it, and we may proper
ly treat with you. [Laughter.] I judge that
President Davis, however, will waive the little
irregulaiities, [laughter,] and probably send
i commissioners here, and then you will have
the choice of peace or war; and that is a matter
that vou had better well consider. Turn your
backs upon these commissioners, attempt to re
inforce the forts ahd retake those which wc
now have' attempt to collect the revenues, or
do any other manner or matter of thing that
denies to the free white men, living in those
sovereign States, the right which they have
asse;ted of self-government, and you will
have war, and it will be war in all its stern
realities. 1 say this not in bravado, but I say
it. because I know it and you know it.
♦ £»*■■“ ■
Photograph of the Southern People.—The
New York Times gives the following descrip
tion of the people of the South which waS,
ro doubt, intended to be very u binding .
The remorseless census, to begin with, tells
us that more than two of the four millions ov
er whom Jeff. Davis rules are negroes, who
are denied even the first rights of men, to say
nothing of the immunities of gentlemen. Os
the regaining wl ite fractio i, the traveled
wmld is all too familiar with the sneaking phiz
and shuffling shanks of the Carolina clay-cat
cr, the death’s-heal ami bow-legs of the Geor
gia coin-crack?r, the brutish look of the Fioji
da Minorcan, and the piratical visage of the
Gulf State ruffians, who are now the ruling
class there, ever to write them down as genteel
above all who dwell m .America. Neithei wil
the towering gentility of the few thousands
who constitute the rampart plantocracy, be con
ceded by mankind generally ; while the shop,
keeper man down there lias much the charac
teristics of that style the world over. And
still less will it be conceded that tlio negro ov
erseer, negro traders, negro auctioneers, or the
other white odds and ends of a negro commu
nity. are entitled to rank foremost of the gen
tlemen of the world. .
-rflß ■> *
Kansas Senator.— Marcus J. Parrott will
probably be one of the United States Senators
from the new State of*Kansas. His qualifica
tions for the station may be found in the fol-,
lowing paragraph from the Republican- paper
in Leavenworth :
The assertion that Mr. Parrott counseled con
cession and conciliation while in A\ ashingtou is
mi infamous be, and we dare them to piove it.
Mr. Parrott attended the" Caucus of Republican
Uomi’icssmen, and voted against every measure
w hich favored lowering thj3 Rcptlblican stand
ard or backing down from the Chicago plat
T, - ■■iTflg ♦ • < « ►>- € » sasr."——
Preserving Gaine. — It is said that game
mav be kept perfectly fresh and sweet for sev
eral days, by a sprinkling of ground coffee,
Clean your game, that is, wipe off the blood,
cover th? absorbent p irts with paper, wrap up
the heads, mid then sprinkle the ground coffee
over or among the feathers or fur, as the case
may be; pack carefully, and the game will pre
serve sweet and fresh in the most unfavoiablc
weather. Game sent open and loose, cannot;
of course, be treated in this manner.
_ —•♦»»- -
tfGP X( ither Mr. I Jayton, Minister to France,
nor h s Secretary of Legation, Mr. Pennington,
knows a word of French. As goverrnentdoes
not provide an interpreter, they’’ will have to
provide one for themselves or remain dummies
at the most loquacious court in the world.
Ctrtuddr Dog.— A gentleman in Bridgeton,
Me., baa hound which lias caught twenty
seven red foxes and two black ones this winter.
The skins of the latter he values-at SSO each,
and the others at *3 each. That is a profitable
pup. “nd is worth all he'll fetch.
At Virnimi, in the evening of the 28th ult.,
a c oat many houses were illuminated, in
honor of the Con-titutional coriccssions of the
Emperor of Austria.
Nearly' al! the workmen have been discharg
< 1 from the Philadelphia Navy Yard—cause,
nothing to do.
J' vc thousand of the men of the army
of the United States are Irihsmen,and it is said
that they are among the most bitterly oppos
ed of its .iai'er'ad to fighting against the citi
zens of their adopted country.
..Have we a Southern Confederacy ?”
asks a Republican journal. It certainly looks
as though we had, says the Boston Post.
The Delaware Republican reports the peach
crop in that. State greatly damaged by the
A boy in New York has been sent to prison
for thirty day*’, for stealing newspapers from