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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1871, Atlanta, Georgia                               riTUTION. BY W. A. HEMPHILL CO.f ATLANTA GEORGIA, MAY 11, 1871. lrofi H. 1L HamnttU, of Cobb Counfy Agricultural Aaso- ion a cwcular stinn? -that the Fan- will held JIojl >th Gea Cnlquitt nnd others bharpo and Floyd w ill address tho people farntsa the premmma, from Qrtffln and wnan hue Irtd pt-ojle and is a I rsi (.1 1-3 town saj-i ibi Gnilin Georgian Vt Ha Court James W Hancock anl IK fore tnil Governor Bui 1 i r i.vjaa t to uiurdir m 1 tho securities j ei tdtht-pirvloa Tue decided the id not port'on before conviction, ajd tut t LM. to tin Supreme CourL riie GruTia papers art exchanging personal n LC loiurv BLKn-.iiard 13 the heaviest pose after professional or official toil. loved hfe homOTrlthA warm and manly affec- tion. That spot, once associated with bis life and now hallowed by hia grave, is by pilgrim feet from all parts of the country Attachment to Mr. Webster's person, faith in his creed and gratltuilefor his services, fora the bond of our union We cannot bat fee interest hi a society of young men in a distant State which, by taking his name has shown such sympathy with us, The portrait recalls Mr Webster to us i remember him, to whom in mentol vision his face and form are as distinctly visible 01 when he was In life But to- 1 hose who Mi-ergftw Jjiai, this mute canva? is but an imperfect ttanacript of what be- was As you have doubtless heard, he Was a man whoso intellectual superiority was eipresset in a stately presence ind a noble face Tho stranger that passed hni m the street turoti to gaze upon him, and i moment B glance was enough to fli upon the memory an impress- ve imago which never faded No pumter ever succeeded m ciul ingilicpontrof kia eye, the magic of Ins s nle of imi n fullr KtiiifacU'n to Ins The 'orrn the outline the dimensions, are there, )ut the life and light are got e But his spirit lives, and his influence in lures. His wordsof wisdom find eloquence he was one of those rare men who are at inco wise and eloquent rcm im for our ID itruclion nnd guidance hope that the vonng men of 3 our Collide the young men I n bon usi I Tii Mtih school celebration of the boulh general'v, will study with cure i nindtlaal wiwa complete sue his admirub.o writinga. They will find in ul nil i Kit nuc'i tixdu on -rtipin i the exposition of the principles of u nt tcacatrs and pupiX The address liberty as rrgul ud the constitution and I V chaste a c Ui of was wdl -and altogether ap "i Ff controlled by law HH speeches, like those of n'lo h vt i n rotto-i fictorj f t it ttaiur I j At tLt n the t-tvan ul y II" Duubjr and its i K m o n r i f (In A Tho Brin vutk AppMl cow Vi f i t the ru-Jt is confined a tri 'ru n N >nb Carol atinjr for i pi r Burke were not ftSiitWl nwrclr for the occn sum which t ilkil Uicin forth, but art- for all time lliu abound m political truths tho winch will c ndurc go long ns Statei HI I iy vcrmmnfs txiat m m Imd sUiiliul the of onrrountrj mort, carefully Nornnn Insrxplumil untl interpreted tlicni with m >n ind force Mr H remarkable for the hroidtb and comprf 01 his patriotism Tbt controlling f s m I IB pohtii.il life were" hue of tne Lnion ami respect for th constitution The Lnion and the i t on were IB his mind ascloaEpy united us cue HI ly and spirit in tho frame man. A T- i with nt the a Lnion f Ui nhic'i tlit (hmcnts nre force on the one side and sullen ton on the tSt her, was no {VOLUME 275 ThH Tbo I left, note, of April 23d, was wri ten the day after I left the city, and handed to me on my hi the meantime, haying left fc Atlanta. To the bearer I gare substantial my former verbal message. Be it observe: that the offensive laagnage complained ol Was uttered last November, and even now after waiting nearly mouths, he does no demand any retraction, or personal satis- faction, bat requests an interview for the pur poae of an amicable adjmiment A wry singular request. Bnrnett cannot as an excuse for bis plead Ignorance of the language wed by if on that occasion, for within three days there- after he attempted to reply to my speech In the samo hall Moreover, ho has had fre- quent opportunities to obtain that atnicaSU adjustment.having often met me on th streets of Home and Atlanta, inJUH mil maLin" to him the Lm >n our fathers framed a t r n t i am uu f r UK establishment of j L K Tl L f nn r-. I 1 vJlXIa [ft H tl 0 Flint i tl rum T U f, 1 1 W tin j 1 Hint r II nt r if I kit n H tt now [2 0 ptr laontb Col E f ir Senator John 1 killed aiuQtiu lawr j r.on of B lie I in M icon, on I miU U- to rift i-lv 1 the i i, nliuiin 1 ul for which he dcsfVed to transmit to those who came after him I Most of tin members of tho "Marshfleld Club Ixlouj to the sent ration that is passing AY and t m have link influence ovcreoni events The tUstimcs of this country are m the hands of its men both of the boulh and UIL North cnnnot but feel that fierc nn problems in the future nnd we think the beM. solution of those prob- lema ia to be found in tho spirit and the I te i bars to 1 m t i In.; of wind to f VJ-, i Jr UtrJ Co urn 11 i urm-, thing 1 ir h t nini t --loop to r in eel n lint t but not i b ol tnuut ilb rcni rrfskd in Maron i i ie ill Ii, it f t eoeral a P nek of of Mr u r It" 13 our hope ind wish tint the 11 r rut of the il'iibtr oils man win hue stud to you may in-pire th young own wlio miy look upon it with th spirit wliie'nnim-Uulhim M tj itleid fiti to a more delightful studj of his w Maj it ciuae their pitnoiisin to burn with P ircr flirae May it teach them that it is th duty of t ie patriotic stalesimn sometimes t postpone the wishes of those who arc nc-x and deir to claims o( those TV ho are at ran ijcrs and remote May it give them a er sense of tlic vtihie of the Lnion m Liruinii. a de- rt 1 uif I w L-. arrt-.lt 1 im 1 uiil be a-, t Baldwin uuiim fur trial Mr JM Miller of Milledsevillc, dead M rt T fa'j We contmje 1 r hot i Ueorsia ts who an poki'ig PBOF ALEX Hot o E-ist Alabama College Auburn All TUB AI TETJHB. EAST COLLEGE AIUUUN Hay f ffm PS IItr nj Pres ,lent of the Manhfiek Club L'fs.i MY DLAH our very valuable am highly tmcl favor of the 34th ulL, ha, been receuM il-io the costly aid. magmfl cent portrait of Mr cbaur I iua eaUrel it a how to thank jou for either, an perhaps woulJ ict discreetly If after enclo1 ,ln? 8et of thnt were 0103 natt Chap-' JwU-i a and unanmioubly adopted bv the P KtiKit W Webslenii Soc did i not wiotbw h n M 11 11 ul t. r P By ti.e resolutions I liopo to rn tt hu i Kives, John Vi ttnc (Toptr fippmuitinn both the letter am r portriit 1 nouhl hourvcr.do mj own feel thc-ir Ht I It at Lncle Vim nu idea th re were so mmj i 1 t the Stilt We fjuote from t a Kepubhean of f nuni in I foe i Thrailkill Am ro f E. M 1 Th i is Ihomis IL t jiaiiis Chnrdtwell O Holt I 1 I Ubu 1. n EzckiUHar Mrs y Gamp aston, George Cook Ilich 41 i-er E Mil J T k lyne violent uroncf did I not return to yon and juu to the mtraue's of UIL 1 Club mj si icerest thanl s per wnilh ftr i (.omiminiiation winch I wil on actJiit of its gentrouR, ue-et; TO ino proton of tiKinff puU pronouDCC of nrt mo to add since tlie resolutions do not show Hit, fait that on the occasion of the 1 tip Rttfk- I 3 U S v mnali RcpnbliLan Insnn ac mi a. from their tagca and plin p mlon to i vtf I n trt JiitLly we iirmfil too lite for i in, uaaktH -wbith contpnse ilr Jltvcs r I uti n are ail those known m tr i ual from the vpnomom rattle of ibirULQ y inrll with i formidable caudal to the most itmuctiit black md tan nnnke ever BLPQ. nit and conditions, such the me lie it haunl it e v m of lab under dehrmm lr black 'vtlJow, grttn ii- ucd and strifv-J with 1 M iij wereqaieily hojsed for a loni; trip OT r the ocean T o modus owraTitZi of "removal was ns f 1 wi A lever lie "Mnrahfifld Club, and to votirself coall jo heard tho eloquent aild i ilt, tribute paid to the memory of the grt it si iteman by Col Hodgson, and othtra whuuddresscduaon-the very plcaaanl and interesting festival With aTuttritiun of my thnntci I have the h( nor to be, most truly and your servant ALT XA> Ilqoo. ytir of with a tr inserted in the cage, m the right hand ttie snakes token ou the pmrh just below the neck n 1 i xxl squeeze eircetcd The left hand of t if, g t 1 the body and thus it ilieij- r paed m flinr lioincs. taken to Its ntu liomt, wh ch was well wilb wire front and supplied with ter_ilr and ilra. Snake coileJ lesandfluiet The peict-ful n poisonoiu eci s were not subjected to such an cjectniLnl beinfj taken out by hand wiihout mental aid Sml deposit- Some fifty varietii-H, com[ rising thai of reptilea f.oro Honda, the Carohnas and were thus treated The collection of animals, shell fish birds ww rtm uns which Mr Mevcs QM beeu for a number ot collecting and wbich will noa the museums of -furope a very extemivc and we cannot bat think that it H anftection upon tht, scientiflc- Id of this conntn that inch should be the case The inuseaVn vriH go hLnte to Bremen oy iheship John Bunyan. tliat tho labor of iUo devotioa to llic study of natural his- tory which thspropnUor of this collection ou gi .-tn [o WJn its due meed p-niao m the achoola of the old country Por- Almtanu After Him. fltte Trno Mr BOSTON, April 24, 1871 The Mwiihffeld Clnb of I am the President, beg leave to prc- Jnt to the rtwterian Literary Society of AUtadaifcon a portnut of the dlos- nanlc association has of whom 4omfe r, attbelitfvoin the e hold memoir in nwMnce. The name We War is of the town win-U he lived donag the ted m iedied, where dual now reposes. At a meeting of the regular antl honorary Society in the members of tho College Cham 1 of the East Alabima Colleg at Auburn, Lee county ibnina, on the 4tli daj of Mny 1871, to wliich the public were mnted on the orcnsion of the opening and reception of-tliearnew fiOc-iettriHal! thafol lowing resoiutifto'i -wcttf "by P 31. Itecst and uaamnioimly adopted t tho nncopi of the member-, of ilie tbsterian Socwty be tho of Club, in the uty ol Boatoo, Massachusetts, for tho viJuable present of n life size portrait of ihc great Daniel Webster, one of the moat enlightened and paUiotu, statesmen this or any age or coant count of whose _____ __ _ wed ability, purity and noblcnesa'of charac- ter this Society has called itself 3 Resolved, That we prize the admirable itry has produced, and on nc- 3" illustrious unmeaa- portrait (a master piece of art) so generously presented to us, as a gift of priceless value 3 Resolved, That the members of Ibis Society and cherish the memory and endeavor- lojmbibo some of the great and catholic snml which wttrmed: and unlimited the heart of the immortal Webster, whose love for his whole the Constitution and the Union knew no limit, and was chilled by no unhappy national differences. and stnfcs 4. Resolved, That this Society tender their special thanks to the Honorable Peter Har- vey, the President of the MaryhfipH anil generous interest in oar be- find for hi3 chaste nnd beiintiful grapliic and historical letter, f mashing a pen por- traiture of America's great statesman, scarce- I> inferior to tho tmished painSac now mingour Hall, which aeemaiSoatUi andlH-ealhe oaUglowhi canvas adomn live Burnett. iProm Ooorier] HOME, GA., My attention Silled, to a recent advertisement in the Aflantjt DadyJNew Era, signed by ond Georfee Bnnrett; in which he gives copies of his two notes addressed to md, bearwig date of Uio 20th and 33d of April last, with Us comments appended thereto I notice this nle pubhcaUop, not I lure aaf fears that tius or anythhig clsethtti Burnett cjinsaj-jDt do will affect terandatandteg We are both known, but because all the facts are not stated, and that strangers may know m a 8Pmt of seemiDg amity, T owMnge by onrTJf aw frlenda, that me at once fronr the <3ty, __Sinco Uie Western and Atlantic Rallmnc 10 longer fcela the pressure of his wonderfu inanciering, "on wbnt meat doth this, ou JtEsor feed, that he lias of latejgrown so" va lant? What new victim has fallen a pnr D lils -greedy clutches? Has another pom ftlt the weight of his avaricious hand another steam engine cite required ]n manipulations9 Does the depleted AtatJ Tfetuvry still afford mstenanco lotliisUun gry Cormorant? Or, has nerved his loyal lips to SUCH galtant words These are questions m which the public is TJtally interested. Yet, significnnt as they ire, they furnish but a faint outline of his hnracter, the one word wanting to give due orm, color nnd completeness to tho picture in all its hideous deformity, w SA  Glihll VARIETY JMJSOOKO, E Uji, Urge and coc ai urui rlj uwLtil .no "uf ri u n nor IIj Jh. ct Sum UOIM. j hu> B a for ild rar market JmnlS-tT RAILROAD EA1JLNQ HOUSE, OKANTYILLB QKOBOIA. r'assfci ta.pt H J Di.1 BI the tih TO Pi jy. aSri wUcb cumot S larnase J ol j iv rb Mr J T rt ;i-f p-of awlntrf by hit ft d y lui lac 3 p r j ce of tilrtT 'lllPl d I ctp" citiro eatistictlofc J" E3 ntli SfTIKs oorajrHlns of Finn Jewc-lr that of the We have aelccted, by our Mr 81 Brp ilnnn? last m' LATK-U AM) MUal L My FILL faETS In CORAL IKA.UI ROM SETS IntOIHL, UOMA2i GOLD etc BRACELETS in Cliains and Romon oh! Erciadies la rurj rtyk BuLloni, Cnllar Eutltmc Ool 1 TIIIH Lnckcts Oojd I iDgcr Kite- IfanilkcrchlefElngn clr 187S. M C J F 2 1871. S S E U WH01.ESU.E AND RPTAII HEA! "Is FOE5TTH Mn J r a CAMP IIOLSB, ,loflhal YL 1H of llll 111UI IUR1I I former pnlroas in all I in m up o a alu ti rmer pnlr Iloiel their uaru.ru j old Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, SOOTS, HATS, NOTIONS, ETC. SILVER WARE. Onr nwortraont or fine SIl rumii m no fthall more thai X'orkd. Case Ttn Stt i wl 1 1 round (o contain all the latc-t nnTcltiwi h3th of HRC i thp rcuiiftti i orthte UoiserorSMrlincSIIver and flhnll urtV-r much Uwprnricei, ih n ihfn mnrk kn m pnmptJj aad ii Ijcuuurul i I usmvina free of nd or iwoiw nd u aJct loordtr SILK, CLOCKS. BLYCK SILrv, WHITE AJSD COLORED TIQUJ HOSIERY, GLOVI3, POPLIN" BILK-i, 1 r VOft COLOTiBI) AI.PACAS, GOODS, NOTION P Etr We shall offer a How ud tt J cheaper Good. MVRBLE anl BIOVZK CIOCK1 firre fnrLco Clocks _ FANCY GOODS! In Ihia dtpartoent jtltl bafonn.1, foil of bigf w ort GioroJowdr) PrrCnmc- tBb and new an pr in Ine ftw AHD SrATtTAEY IN LAEGE VABEETT. SP1CTACLES. tLOITE tno pnblfc, PBEHIL'M GOODS FOR SCHODIS AND SOCIETIES, mannfartu, WATCH-WORK. ESn.grravin.gr. e hire the FffliflJT AUTIST in the ipecUl comblnaUonsof uTteii to ort Sonth, vho trill be :r end erccnte lag had Bcrenl jean Oruami---------- Krider A WE SHALL ENBRAVE ALL OUR UOOt, AHY Wife Btei ft CHARM, SMTIFACTUBISfr and MPHBUTfr, Article Sold, Obtaining our goods at first n c are mal led to adl at Reduced Prices to Suit the Times. mpleto and entirely pcparato fro a T s are rwpectfally Inrltei. to WTL. CONCORD WOOLEN MILLS, Office and Sales-room, No. 21, MARIETTA STREET, GEORGIA. We have on band and RTS Btm Light Woolgea (or the SPRINU AND SUMMER TRADE', Atlapiott to Morrhaats wl.1 do well to examlDo oar stock hef oro "Norrti. We can furnish to order Penitentiary Stripe Q-oods. -ALSO------- CADET AMD POLICE We call ppeusl attention of Railroad and other Contractf For turtuu: ii fonnaUon etklrtr'e UNIFORM GOODS n w 1m T -niih their men with .7 I, OAK I F O Boifl t AtiftOU. 6B. TIME SALES. vrlsUng to bnv Corn Bacon, Floor, Lttd, ett, eta, OV TIME nntfl J5th October next, can be supplied bj furnishing tho necesMr? pecority Apply at tr ABBOTT Bfeo., W. POWEKS SONS, k n. o n. ci. r. Fvaelrtrveand Betall Vr mont, fnO mjHorboeBt la tbe line, Uie lavest mid-ct prices. S. BELL CO., JHEE FSYOB AKD UKX r etc. LIVERY AND SALE STABLE, B.orflm, pEB ft HIOHTOWBU, Prbp'tow. AJbBU M Price, OOperTohnne, or FEE SET OOMPLE Description: of the Work: .___PARLOfi ALBUM mott ez> JL teotrr-6 ArtGaUezreretiiobtiMiedand, bytbow who bore examined foe screral pprUoiu of the work, been pitmooneed "The Climxx of Besnty' 3ach TOlome contain! 30 foil jnge Otromo frrapks. In OU Colors, 40 roll page Steel 43 foil ptge CDgraTlngB on wood, and 360 psga 
                            

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