.SrO OXHlBiBlNf /CiON F/BiBlB BiAjO 5Y*.
-y/f auasUaaMaAJf^HJkka oka'll 1 i itiiliiH
lir gwiMBii in if (hd/ W#r»
irfjt, aaxlyns U> got
M *** «OIMT. itf MOlMH
Iter© ^MwlOveastornsr.. ..
jingling (•>• . thnWRoWh
bool ricoehel. Ik# Si isklnn* ark lUMfllM*
oig hspNia'donr-Ahhgs by ii
»ra iM«4M <*•«»««*» toh/bwi
HhuliU through ft Uetfty down
in ash* r>-Asleep HU otfr—ftftl
night. ' r
Anotber*goe> totUrlog about o* hU
putt bis watch here, Ms coat (here, and his vest
there, iiia heels steed oaMa, Uke a brace of
grenadiers; the tips of his stockings peep out
ajaismationUj to the tap; sad if it be winter,
he lingers upon the bed’s edge like one about
te Uke a bath—dreading, wet desiring, and fi
nallj steals Into bed b¥ degree#, draw* the
quHt and the counterpane orer his head end
motionless—is gone—arrises in the land of
If one only thinks of it, sleep io a great olty
is a queer thing. Think ef fifty thousand iu
this city all sleeping at onot. Fifty thousand,
in tiers of one, two, three, four, fire deep, from
oelier to garret. Fifty thousand in rows n mile
long. Ten theueand in red night cape, taseeled
and ontaseeled. Ten thousand in dingy ones
(hat were white, Mondays and Mondays ago.
Fire thousand in silken ones. Borne edged
beautifully, some hemmed with a sail needle,
and some uncapped altogether, with looks die
hovelled and ruffled like “quills upon the fret
Fire thousand snoring alto ; fire thousand
Mooring bass. Twtnfy thousand under calico.
A hundred or so beneath silk. Some weep
iog ; some smiling in their dreams; others
dreamless as the grave. Singlets twisted up
iu cigar lighters ; tresses airearning over the
pillow ; no ireeael at all.
Even asleep humanity preserves its peculi
nritiee. Even in dreams men are distinctive
lixtraordiuary Phenomena lu Boring for
Oil in Canada.
A numbs* of Ye#ideals of Michigan went
ok#* nr ftombra, 6. W., some time since, and
commenced boriug sows fifteen or twenty feet
from a creek, under the belief that oil would
be found. When they had gone down about
•Vtjuieven Mi they struck a rein ef gas. Oo
removing their auger the gas rushed with great
fore* from the operture, and continued to
throw up dry sand for an hour. It then ceas
ed, and the toeing was resinned; hot aa soon
as this was done the gas rushed up with such
violence as to ibrofr the drill—a piece of iron
one and a half inches in diameter, eight feet
long, and weighing fifty pounds—clean eut of
the hole, and it continued discharging up water
and atones, some of the latter weighing twen
ty-five pounds* into the air a distance of one
Tkrtwnw widened etrt to the diameter of a
barrel, after leaYiqp the hole, aod the quanti
ty was suoh aa to rtiss the creek coilfiderably
above its oidifiafylctel, though it is here about
twenty-five feet wide. After the flow of water
subsided the gas wal fired, And an explosion
.-juuu-J. -tu-axi- Uii-utqoil
XJ 1ST I F O U M B
/ j ,'f AfT MIOBT NOTICffi AND \)
LAWSHE & PURTELL,
I SAVE just returned from tbe North with a
large stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING,
and am ready to supply the citizens of Atlan
ta and the surroundingoeuntry, with
and everything else iu the Clothing line, ol
good quality and at LOW PftrCE8. All who
desire bargains should give me a call.
•—ALSO, Oft ■ AND
Jewelrv! Knives I
And other Notions.
Wliiteall street, nearly opposite
marchl5tf Kddle.nau A Bank
the meet expressive word* of othar
ad *1tar askil* to inanrporale thi
•a i (bus U- word Cephalic, which ip
b. Greek, sigslfylng “lor the head," la now
?I e A
took place whiyh phopk the (round for half a
hiile, and then continued to throw up a sheet
of dame aa high ah the water had previously
The flames could
rfoe ukitnately eat;
,hy.. Tt ia thought
icn it proved to be,
best in the country.
alely extinguished with great
! thnt the oil spring,
Will be one of the
A CAED—TO THE LADIES.
Mis. J. M. Boring
Announces, with pleaanre, to her friends and
patrons, that she is again prepared tosuitthem
ALL THE LATEST AND
Most Fashionable Styles of Bonnets,
, , , j HA.TS, CAPS,
At her old Btaad.sn WHITEHALL-STREET,
Where the will be happy to receive
A Liberal Share ef the Trade
AND SUBROUNDING COUNTRY,
- her numerous lady customers aid friinds,
that she has reitfoved to, and is now occupying
one of the spacious and elegantly fitted-up ten
ements iu the New Building on the corner of
Whitehall and Alabama streets being thethird
door tom the loiter street.
8ho is now opening io her New Store,
one of the most
Eiisuilvs, Bent Assorted, and Huperb
Fall and Wintei
comprising very rich Velvet, Satin and Fancy
of the lateat Sty lee, in ^dmest endless variety.
She hit alee a'full like of
DRKSB^rtflillrfNGN, 1 ‘ ~ * •'
LACE VEILS, Ac.,
te all of which ah, would moatraapectfully in
vito the »U»*Ol»df her nUmoroiA customers.
Her Opening Day will b* on Monday, Oct. 8.
IE undersigned wiU oontioee thwOBOCE-
•feet, whwelw w«V M pleased to receive th.
call* of hiph^<tnw*i1*rP.wad pr many
OWMA to favor him with th»lr
patronage. ftb « tt J. C. HENDRIX.
V/4 V\ Q
5 fs ECONOMY! \ \ '
S /•i3 r r i\ tf
Diapsuttslh 9 a>
^ Sire tie Pieces!
I accidents will happen, in well-regu-
lated lamiliea, It ia very desirable to have
some cheap and convient way for repairing
Furniture, Toyp, Crockery, Ac.
SPALDING’S PAHPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household
own afford to he without it. It ia alwnys ready,
and up to sticking point. There ip no longer a
necessity for limping chairs, splintered veneera,
head lass dolls, and broken cradles. It ia just
the article for aone, shell, end ether ornsmeu
tel work, so popular with ladios of refioemont
This admirable preparation is used cold, be
ing choiuically held in solution, and possess
ing all the valuable qualities of the best cabi
net-makers* dlue. It may be need la the place
of odinary mnofllsge, being vaetly mor* rj-
“USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.*
N. B.—A Brush accompanies each bottle.
Price, Twenty-Five Ceuta.
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar street, New
HENRY C. SPALDING A CO.,
Box No. 3,800, New York.
Put up for Dealers, in Gates containing (bar,
eight, and twelve dosen—a beautiful litho
graphic Show-Card accompanying each pack-
eg- A single bottle of SPALDING'S PRE
PARED GLUE will eave ten times its cost an
nually to evary household.
Bold by prominent Stationers, Druggists,
Hardware and Furniture Dealer!, Grocers, and
Country merchants thonld make a note ol
SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE, when mak
ing up their list. It will atand any climate.
Tfti AvAMUftATtt* #» iMftafjAacs.— 1 Tkart ia
afvow^pg tanfiaoay im. thia aga to appropriata
*. . a. "lifiPjaagr*.
ii into our
r hich if from
aomlnc populariaei in connection with Mr
Apald|d/i great Headache remedy, bnt it will
eoon be n«cd in a more getieral way, and the
word Gcphelio will become a# common aa Bite
trotypa and tnftay ether* whoee distinction
ta/reiga words baa been worn away by common
umige until lliey seem “native and to the manor
Hi ’avi 'a ’orribla ’aadache this baiter noon,
hand I stepped into tha bsjtolbectries, baud
says hi to the man, "Can yon hosse me of au
’esdache 7" "Does it haehft **rd,"iavs 'e. "Hex
reedlngly,” stys hi, hand upon that > gave
me a Cephalic Pill, hand 'pon me r onor it etir- B
ed me to quick that I ’ardly realised I 'ad an.
GT Hbadachb is the favorito sign by whirl)
nature makes known any deviation, whatever,
from the natural state of the brain, and view-
ed in this light, it iray be looked on as a safe
guard intended to give notioe of disease which
might otherwise escape attention, till too late
to be remedied; and it# indications should
nsver be neglected. Headaches may be classi
fied under two names, vis: Symptomatic and
Idiopathic. Symptomatic Headache is exceed
ingly common, and is the precursor of a great
variety of diseases, among which are Apoplexy,
Gout, Rheumatism, and all febrile diseases.--
In its nervous form it ia sympathetic of dis
ease of the stomach constituting nick headache,
of hepatic disease constituting bilious headache,
of worms, eon si i [ration and other disorders or |
the bowels, as well as renal aod uterine uftec- j
tious. Diseases of the heart are very frequent- |
ly attended with Headaches; Anemia and
Plethora are also affections which frequently I
occasion headache. Idiopathic Headache is j
also very common, being usually distinguished
by the name of NcrociM* headache, sometimes
coining on suddenly in a state oi apparently
sound health, and prostrating at once the men
la I and physical energies, and iu other iu
stances it comes on slowly, heruldid by depres
sion of spirits or acerbity of temper. In most
instanees the pain is in the front of the head,
over one or both eyes, and sometime* piov *k-
ing vomiting; under this class may a)*o he
For the treatment of either class of Headache
the Cephalic Pills have been found a sure and !
safe remedy, relieving the most acute, pains in I
a few minutes, end by its subtle pow« r era die |
ating the diseases of which Headache is the
Bridgkt.—Missus wants you to scud her a
bex of Cephalic Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared
Pills—but Pm tbinkiug that’s not just it uai
ther; but perhaps ye’ll be after knowing what
it is. Ye seethe’s nigh dead and gone with ths
Sick Headache, and wants some more of that
same as relaivcd her before.
Druggist.—You must mean Spalding’s Ceph
Bridget.—Oeh ! sure now and you’ve sed it,
here’s the quarthcr and give me the Pills and
dout be all day about it ailher.
Constipation or Costiveness.
No one of the "many ills flesh is heir to’’ is
prevalent, so little understood, and so much
neglected as Costiveness. Often originating in
carelessness, or sedentary habits, it is regarded
as a slight disorder of too little consequence to
excite anxiety, while in reality it is the pre
cursor and companion of many of the moat
fatal and dangerous diseases and. unless ear!y
eradicated, it will bring the si'flerer to an un
timely grave. Among the lighter evils of which
costiveness is the usual attendant, are Head
ache, Colic, Rheumatism, Foul Breath, Piles
and others of like nature, while a long train of
frightful diseases, such as Malignant Fevers.
A licenses, Dysentary, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia
Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Parslysia, Hysteria, Hy
pochondriasis, Melancholy and Insanity, first
indicate their presence in ths system by this
alarming symptom. Not unfrequently the dis
eases named originate in Constipation, but
take on au independent existence, unless tho
cause is eradicated in an early stage. From all
these considerations it follow a thnt the disorder
should receive immediate attention whenever
it occurs, and no person should neglect to get
a box of Cephalic Pills on the first appearance
of the complaint, as their timely use will expel
the insiduous approaches of disease and destroy
this dangerous foe to human life.
Grbat Di8Covbry.—Among the most impor
tant of all the great medical discoveries of this
age may be considered the system of vaccina-
in, tl for protection from Small Pox, the Cepha
lic Pill tor relief of Headache, and the use of
Quinine for tho prevention of Fevers, either
of which is a sure specific, whose benefits will
be experienced by suffering humanity long af
ter their discoverers are forgotten.
wn* no millbv. t. r. mini me. a. m. mblia*
BC HELEN, FLEMISH 4 CO.,
South Side Passenger Depot,
K EEP alwaja on hand, and in Ian. q
ties, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Corn, Whe
fact, ercr,thing usually to ho found in n
Thankful for th* liberal patronage of thr
past year, we hope, by strict attention to oue
buiinese, to merit a continuance of tho eamo.
Consignments respectfully solicited,
jaa? McMlLLEN, FLEMING A CO.
Tfil a I
A ship under"
[hod hues formed • nupertner-
th* nttn* ol C*rr*U A F*wler,
for lb* traaenetlon of • General Produo* and
Commission business, st the old stand of Car-
roll A High, and solicit a continuance of th*
patronage •» liberally extended to tha 1st*
&na. V. & CARROLL,
Atlanta, F»b. 18,1MI. V. R. FOWLER.
Ia retiring from the late firm of Carroll A
High, I lake pleasure ia raoommendtng the
new firm to my old friends and customers.
JOSEPH P. HIGH.
COKE! COKE!! COKE!!
» m Aff«HE«AD WORKS.
A LARGE quautity for sale at th* usual price
of 11) cents per bushel.
Fsb. 21—dtf. J. F. WARNER, fiupt.
/ // /I )i nDticb.
A ll ponont indebted to tha aetata of tha
. lata Hon. B. JL Ornaar, will p|.
on Ol. L. E- Bisrnsr, aid snttlarip
alely. Most all tho notes and aecoun
salats ar* aow fc hi# hand*.
, . _. )C. L. LENOIR, Adm'r, Ae.
eocounta of said
TNDtA RUBBER BELTING—from 1 to <
X luobm—for sal* by , »
ualt CENTER A TREADWtlL
By th# use of theta Pills tha periodic attacks
of Nervous or Sick Headache may bs prevented;
and if taken as the comment ement of an at
tack immediate relief from pain and sickness
will be ahtainad.
They seldom fail fn removing the Nausea and
Headache to which females ar* so subject.
They act gently upon tha bowsl*,—removing
Co* live ness.
For Literary i/sw.&feutoito, Delicate Females,
and all persona of sedentary habits, they are
valuable as a Laxative, improving the appetite,
gor to the digestive omens,
ittaral Mftstiofty aod •trsngth
PILL8 are the retfbft of
long iurmtigstion and o*r*Aitly conducted ex-
periments, having bean io oao many yeAra,
during which lias* they have prevented sad
relieved k vast amount of p*iu nod suffering
(torn Headache, whether origiaating In th*
Mnmsa ey*Mm or from a deranged state of tho
They are entirely vegetable in their eompo-
•ition, and may be taken at all times with per
fect safety without making any change of aiei,
and Ikt alienee qf any dbtyreeotfe fasfe render.
The genuine have five signature, of Henry
0. Spalding on each Bax.
Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in
A Bon will b* sent by mail prepaid «n ro-
PRIOR, Bfi CENTS.
All orvfcfUihoWM bnasMlhsM to
* HMr o. tFAuniG, .
* ' 4» On ton tsnnt, Ntor vnm.
Nbv. It. dAwly.
! J| i
FRAVKLIX PBI\TI\G WE
Tlu* I'roprivturs wvald rvBpuotOUb' luftirm their
frkndii mid the Public that they an aow folly
ureiMtrcd to execute, at abort notice. In tb# beat
tyle au«l at fair jiricea, every dt*crij»tion of
1»H INTI NO.
ftneh u« Bofika, Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circular^
lUlluwd mud Legal UUnks, lnil-Hvada, Pro
fUTunifien, BusineM, Profe*Nlona! and other Cards,
IMitcurdri, Postera, dte.
Such aa Letljrera, Jouniala, Kcwnla, Day-Hooka,
le„ ruled to any tsattorn deal red, anti made to
Ordt-ni n-»|K*ctfully »olieited.
WOOD, HANLEITKR, RICK, k Cv«^
NEW CARRIAGE REPOSITORY!
Q. PL. 3ST03L.-A.ISr
H AVING bought out the entire interact of
Mr. W. HENDERSON, will keep on hand,
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES,
of the latest and best ttyles, and from the bast
Manufactories North. He will also maaufac-
ture bora the BERT BUGGIES now in use,
which will bo sold at priaoa to suit purchasers.
Repairing of aoy Kfa4
dune, from a baby’s cab to tha Bocal Coach, In
tha best and moat fashionable style.
My Repository Ison WHITEHALL STREET,
next door to the Keystone Buildings, where I
shall be glad to see and wait on atlln want of
any arlfoU in nur line.
Q. R. NOLAN.
AUataU, Nowber 8,1880.
T* THB I UBUt’.
. Xatoxn dtoaaeit of my interact in the Car
riage mid Rlggy Bust Less to Mr. Q. R. Nolas,
mend him toall my old pa-
aa a reliable, and upright,
" in and gentleman,
made with two heavy solas of tha best quality
of HamleokSoULaether *hd 0*AUpp«sa, with
RivARyv laasm, which wo have madvattsram
ly for tha wad* at thin marhat, asto guama
as* them, to every rasp sot, superior ia awy-
thtog thaboaa to found to this torto, in to*
lina of Brogaan, aw! wtll nsU thaw at Mane
prides, by toaaasa or siagto pMr,
There Wanting a good Bragaa, at law pataca,
will lad It to thsir Taterasl Io oaii eavmah tha
CMga ef tha Big loot.
NMJCK, WlIfoGR A Oth,
ootl Fssch.Tra* (treat, Atlaatft Gnanpa.
J. ft. ftAUIft.
ARE DISTRIBUTED DAILY AT THE
Planters' & Mechanics'
NO. 40 WHITEHALL STREET,
Atlanta,- ..... Georgia,
T O thousands of customers who are delight
ed with the magnificent display of our
EXTENSIVE STOCK OF ENTIRELY NEW
STJUPEE & EiSaSPOW
OF EVERY VARIETY;
Black Italian Silks,
Shawls, Lace Points,
and numerous other srtioleg appertaining
to our buaiiMin—«U of whioh me are now
offering at the very
At Wholesale or Retail
We most rospocifullj invito the attention ol
tbe public general!/ to an examinatioo of our
Stock, and aolicit of them a share of their pat
J. K. HAOKN k 00.,
marchil At Hentagh Old Maad
HOMES FOR «Ua
TWO large yonng Northern MARES,
five and all year, old :
. _ . One pair CarHage HORS*8, wall
Four Canada HORSES—all on itoaoaabla
Aleo, for aale. BUGGIES. TROTTING WAG
ONS and TROTTING SULKIRS-all wanu.
(setarad by No. 1 workmv*.
Apply at 0. a ROGERS'
nuglS Sale Stable, Loyd ityest
CHOICE MEATS may to had
nj Stoll la th* Karkto
New Book Store!
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOK
AGRICULTURAL BOOKS of er*
ARCHITECTURAL ROOKS of eveij
SUPERB GUT BOOKS.
SPLENDID FAMILY BIBLES »
PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER-'
PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PA0|
ING8 OF LANDSEER and otiff
TEREOSCOPE AND 8TKRKOSOO
WALKING CANE8—ftom SO centi*
VIOLINS—from 75 cents to $75.
A1I «f which will he soU nhuptrfhi
the ehenpcit, st tho Sign «f tbe
oat i»—if. j. McPherson a o&
CMTKR ft TBKADWEJ
wansRAU. nun, atlsnt*.
»m» Domra Bahra M| dh toltoSA
BHKLF AND BUI
IS COUNT! i
AND ENGLISH CARTINGS 1 .
—MAC. I» raosa—
CASKS Show, at Maanfaeturm pA*
Call aadawuahaforayon buyelwW*
Ton shall ba pleased.
Jsuelt OUTER A TRKADWUh
ll IN lba Pecan Hals;
8M lbs A1 leant Almonds;
it* lbs Hard Shall Almmds;
to# lb* Brasil Not*)
t# boxes Assorted Candy;
to box** and Half boxes
jwneM 1 *’ *° W <bInTER S TRBADWU*
tn How Anchor Bolting Clothi, »*
—- »to No. to. Nwoatn by
js*ll CENTER A TREAD***
rpOBAOCO AND CI0AB8—of the hast k»
A for eat* by —
GENTER A TREAD*®*
G IN GEAR-#, C, l* and II foel--* 1
than they can be manufactured a>/■ j# i
olijr Wtoft-TuroW OudgwH^- 4 * * I
*^5* A TRIAD**®
B acon i- hi casks of H*ms, Sbouidsm* 1 1
Stow, arriving. a |
fomon BUTLER A PBT»®
’ kutle*s I
j u .i» Sutlbr a ram ]