GATE-CITY GU A KID I AN.
S ARABIAN story.
ted that a youg man of grace-
lUtiflil countenance re-
at Bagdad, where he was
gmoug the sous of the
*7, He ho Bat in his
il approached; hav-
ibe perceived written
words : “ There is no
tj»»t of men, since it
jiiurhf women.” “ By
said she, “this
of female cunning
mod most rich-
ihasing some nrti-
the young man’s
ield,” said she,
ly present, ean
that i am hump-
hi young raer-
I appeal to you,”
f 1 am not well
1 him her fine-
, which in
en near its
fare these fea-
OX? or, who
[have lost the
“ Sir,” said
l sordid, avari-
I smallest trifle
ony.” “ AVho
young man, in
ent and love,
. shop, and has-
prherc he found
| sir,” exclaim-
in marriage your
* replied the judge
[ in amiable a mate.”
I the man, “ do not
. contract was iui-
bre the nuptials, and
The father still
sitable the bride
fctfeB young man insisted
nuptials should be celebrated
without delay, Ad on the next day he was
admitted tw the chamber of his bride.—
But when he hud removed the veil that
covered her face, he beheld such an ob
ject! may the lord defend us from the
sight of BOAtuoh ugliness ! for in her was
oompriead everything completely hideous.
He passed the night as if be had been in
the prisons of “Deylem,” among the mous-
troua demons. At dawn of the day he
repaired to a bath, and having performed
liia ablutions, he returned to his shop, and
refreshed himself with coffee; many of
his acquaintance passing by, amused them
selves with jokes respecting tho charms
of his bride. At length the lovely form
of her who had contrived this affair, ap
peared before him. She was more richly
and more voluptously ornamented than
on the preceding interview; so that a
crowd of persons Btoppcd in the atreet to
gate on her. “ May this day,” said she,
“ be auspicious to tho, my dear O/urdt/yn;
may God protect and bless thee 1” The
young man’s face expressed the sadness
of his heart. “ How have I injured
thee,” replied he, “ that thou hast in this
manner made me the object of thy sport?”
“ From thoe,” answered the beautiful
stranger, “ I have not experienced any
affront, hut if thou wilt reverse the in
scription over thy door, I will engage to
extricate thee from every difficulty.”—
The merchant instantly despatched a slave,
desiring him to procure from a certain
writer an inscription in letters of blue
and gold expressing, “ There is no cun
ning oqual to that of woman, Bincc it sur
passes and confounds the conning of men
The inscription was soon traced, and
brought by the slave to the master, who
laced it over the door of his shop.—
en, by the advice of the fair damsel,
he went to a place near the citadel, where
he concerted with the pnblic dancers,
hear-leaders, and consequence of whioh,
while he was sitting the next morning,
drinking coffee with his father-in-law, the
Cadhy, they came beforo him, with a
thousand congratulations, styling him
cousin; the young merchant immediate
ly soattered among them handsfuls of
The judge was astonished and asked
several questions. “ My lather,” said the
young man, “ was a leader of bears and
monkeys; such has been the profession
of my family ; but having aoquired some
wealth, we now carry on the business of
merchants with considerable suecess.”—
“Butdostthoustill,” asked the judge, “be
long to this company of bear-leaders?” “I
must not renounce my family,” replied the
young man, “for the sake of tby daugh
ter.” “ But it is not fit,” exclaimed the
jndge, “ that such persons should espouse
the daughter of one who, seated on a oar-
pet, pronounce the decieionsof law; one
whose pedigree sseends even to the relu-
latious of our prophet.” “ But, my good
father-in-law, said the merchant, “recol
lect that thy daughter ia my legitimate
wife; that I value each hair of her bead
much aa a thousand livea; that it'a all
the kingdom'a of the world not oonaent
to be separated from her.” At laat, how
ever, a divorce was formally executed,
the money which the merchant had
settled was returned; and he, having
appliod to the parents of her who had
contrieved his stratagem, obtained the
lovely damsel in marriage, and during a
long suooeeaion of years enjoyed the ut
most conjugal felicity.
• aa K1SKMAS. jobs w. LUKE.
K1KKMAN A LUKE,
No. 170, Second Street,
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
.Refer to Joan Kirkmah, James Woods, W
Gkkknkiki.d, Nashville, Teon. jan 9—3111
T. r. PLSMIMG. B. *• MELBA*
mc sullen, fleminb 4 go.,
Mouth Ride Passenger Depot,
ATLANTA - GEORGIA.
K EEP always on hand, and in large quanti
ties, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Corn, Wheat—in
fact, everything usually to be found In a COM
TbanSful for the liberal patronage of thr
paatyaar, wa hope, by atrict attention to oue
business, to merit a continuance of the same.
Conaigomenta respectfully solicited.
jan7 McMILLEN, FLEMING A CO.
I HAVE just returned from the North with a
large stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING,
and am ready to supply the citizens of Atlan
ta and the surrounding country, with
and everything else in the Clothing line, of
good quality and at LOW PRICES. All who
desire bargains should give me a call.
—ALSO, ON HAND—
Jewelrv I Knives I
O o m b s I
.A. ml other Notions.
Whiteall street, nearly opposite
marcblfttf Kddle.nan A Bank
M RS. A. ISAACS would respectfully inform
her numerous lady customers and friends,
that she has removed to, and is now occupying
one of the spacious and elegantly fitted-up ten
ements in the New Building on the corner of
Whitehall and Alabama streets being the third
door from the latter street.
Bhe is now opening in her New Store,
one of the most
Extensive, Best Assorted, and Superb
Fall and Wintei
comprising very rich Velvet, Satin and Fancy
Bonnets, Head Dresses, Bertha
Capes, Collars, Embroide
of the latest Styles, in almost endless variety.
She has also a full line of
LACE VEILS, Ac.,
tcall of which she would most respectfully in
vito the attention of her numerous customers.
Her Opening Day will be on Monday, Oct. 8.
BOTLER & PETERS,
(Successors to High, Butler 4 Co.,)
FOB THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
TEJYJ>TE8 8BB PRODUCE
Cotton, Groceries, dec.,
Have removed to the large Fire-Proof Ware
house, formerly occupied by Winship A How-
ell, opposite tho State Road Depot.
Good Tennessee money taken at par for Pro
jILOUR! FLOUR! FLOURJ-600 barrels of
St. Louis Family Flour, aud 300 sacks of
in Store and for sale by
junelO BUTLER i
• For sale by
BUTLER A PETERS.
and for sale by
BUTLER A PETERS.
BUTLER A PETERS.
and for sale b
MR A PETERS.
OK BALES | Shirting, and 10 bales of Cans-
%>V burgs— for sale by
junelO BUTLER 1 FETEBS.
T HE undenignsd will continue the GROCE
RY AND PROVISION kuainaae at th. old
•land of J. C. Hisunix A Co., on Alabama
strict, where he will be pleeaed to receive the
cell a of hit old customer., eed aa many new
enee aa may be pleeaed to favor him with their
patronage. fab t-3t J, C. HENDRIX.
VfANILLA. Jqte and Cotton Cordage, al
111 | i am_r gala kw
McNaIjGUT, ORMOND A CO.
Tbh ANAiiGEHiTioN ok Larocagim.—There is
a growing tendency in this age to appropriate
the most expressive words of other languages,
and after awhile to Incorporate them into our
own | thus the word Cepnalic, whioh i« from
the Greek, signifying “lor the head,” it how
becoming popularized in connexion with Mr.
Spaiding T s great Headache remedy, but it wiil
soon be used in a more general way, and the
word Cephalic will become as oommon aa Elec
trotype and many others whose distinction as
foreign words has been worn away by common
usage uutil they seem “naLveand to the manor
Ill 'ad 'n 'orrible'eadacbe Ibis hafternoon.
hand I stepped into the hapothecaries, band
■ays hi to the man, “Can you Lease me of an
'eadaebe?" “Does it bacbe‘ard,"says'e. “Hex
ceedingly," says hi, hand upon that 'e gave
me a Cephalic Pill, hand 'pon ine 'onor cur- B
ed me so quick that I 'ardly realised 1 'ad an*
|*f Headache is the favorite sign bv which
nature makes known any deviation, whatever,
from the natural state of the brain, and view
ed in this light, it may be looked on aa a safe
guard intended to give notice of disease which
might otherwise escape attention, till too late
to be remedied; and its indications should
never be neglected. Headaches may be classi
fied under two names, viz : Symptomatic and
Idiopathic. Symptomatic Headache is exceed
Gout, Rheumatism, and all febrile diseases—
In its nervous form it is sympathetic of dis
ease of the stomach constituting sick headache,
of hepatic disease conatilutiag bi/ious headache,
of worms, constipation and other disorders oi
the bowels, as well as renal and uterine affec
tions. Diseases of the heart are very frequent
ly attended with Headaches; Abtnnia and
Plethora are also affections which frequently
occasion headache. Idiopathic Headache is
also very common, being usually distinguished
by the name of nervous headache, sometimes
coming on suddenly in a state of apparently
sound health, and prostrating at once the men
tal aud physical energies, and in other in
stances it comes ou slowly, heralded by depres
sion of spirits or acerbity of temper. In most
iLStancos the pain is in the front of the bead,
over one or both eves, and sometimes piovok-
ing vomiting; under this class may also be
For the treatment of either class ol Headache
the Cephalic Tills have been found a sure and
safe remedy, relieving the most acute pains in
a few minutes, and by its subtle power eradic
ating the diseases of which Headache is the
Bridget.— Missus wants you to send her a
hex of Cephalic Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared
Pills—but I’m thinking that’s not just it nei
ther ; but perhaps ye’ll be after knowing what
it is. Ye see she’s nigh dead and gone with the
Sick Headache, and wants some more of that
same as relaived her before.
Druggist.—You must mean Spalding’s Ceph
Bridget.—Och ! sure now and you’ve sed it,
here's the quarther and give me the Pills and
dont be all day about it either.
Constipation or Costiveness.
No one of the “many ills flesh is heir to" is
so prevalent, so little understood, and so much
neglected as Costivebess. Often originating in
carelessuess, or sedentary habits, it is regarded
as a slight disorder of too little cousequence to
excite anxiety, while in reality it is the pre
cursor and companion of many of the most
fatal and dangerous diseases, and, unless early
eradicated, it will briDg the sufferer to an un
timely grave. Among the lighter evils of which
costiveness is the usual attcudant, are Head
ache, Colic, Rheumatism, Foul Breath, Piles
and others of like nature, while a long train of
frightful diseases, such as Maliguaot Fevers,
Abcesses, Dysentary, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia
Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysia, Hysteria, Hy
pochondriasis, Melancholy and Insanity, first
indicate their presence in th* system by this
alarming symptom. Not unfrequently the dis
eases named originate in Constipation, but
take on an independent existence, unless the
cause is eradicated in an early stage. From all
these considerations it follows that the disorder
should receive immediate attention whenever
it occurs, and no person should neglect to get
a box of Cephalic Pills on tho first appearance
of the complaint, as their timely use will expel
the insiduous approaches of disease and destroy
this dangerous foe to human life.
Great Discovert.—Among the moet impor
tant of all tbe great medical discoveries of this
he Pill for relief of Headache, and the use of
Quinine for the 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.
ervous or Sick Headache may be prevented
and if taken at the commencement of an at
tack immediate relief from pain and sicknem
will be obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the .Nausea and
Headache to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowels.—removing
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Fetnalee,
and all persona of sedentary habile, they are
valuable as a Laxative, improving the appetite,
gitfngAmrand vigor to the digestive organs,
and restoring the naturalelasticity and strength
of the whole system.
The CEFIIALIO PILLS are the result of
long finvestigation and carefully conducted ex
periments, having been In use many years,
during which time they have prevented and
relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering
from Headache, whether originating in the
nervous system or from a deranged state of the
They are entirely vegetable in their compo
sition, and may be taken at all timet with per
fect safety without making any change of diet,
and the absence qf any disagreeable taste renders
it easy to administer them to children.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
The genuine have five signatures of Honry
0. Spalding on aaoh Box.
Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in
A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on re
ceipt of the
AH orders should be addressed to
HENRY C. SPAUHNG,
48 Cedar Street, New Yerk.
Nov. II. flAwlj.
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gramme*. Hun neat, l’n
Placards, l’osura, 4c.
Such as Ledger*, Journal*, Record*, Day-Book*,
Ac., ruled to unjr pattern deairod, und made to
order, at short notice.
t*r Music, Law Hooke Magazines and Period
ical* bound, and old Book* re Itouutl.
Order* re*|MCtftilly solicited.
WOOD, 1IANLKITEK, RICE, 4 CO..
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14 ir, 16
28 29 39
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J. X. HAOKN.
NEW CARRIAGE REPOSITORY!
Q. FL. INTO LA 1ST
H AVING bought out the entire interest of
Mr. W. HENDERSON, will keep on hand,
and will be receiving, constantly, a good as
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES,
of the latest and best styles, and from the beat
Manufactories North. He will also manufne-
ture here the BE8T BUGGIES now in use,
which will be sold at prices to suit purchasers.
Repairing Many Kind
done, from a baby’s cab to the finest Coach, in
the best and most fashionable style.
My Repository is on WHITEHALL STREET,
next door to the Keystone Buildings, where I
shall be clad to see and wait on all in want of
any article in my line.
Q. R. NOLAN.
Atlanta, November 6,1880.
Ha vino disposed of my interest in the Car.
riage and Buggy Business to Mr. Q. R, Nolan,
I cheerfully recommend him to all my old pa
trons and* friends aa a reliable, and upright,
and prompt business man and gentleman,
every way worthy their highest, fullest confi
dence, and respectfully solicit for him a con
tinuance of the same liberal patronage bestow
ed upon me. W. H. HENDERSON.
Nov. ft, 1880. tf.
W E have now in Store, a large lot of Extra
Heavy, Double-stole Russet Brogans,
mads with two heavy solas of the beat quality
of Hemlock Bole Leather and Oak Uppers, with
Rivit Eye-seams, which wa have made express
ly for the trade of this market, and guaran
tee them, in every reapeot, superior to any
thing that can be round in this market, in the
Una of Brogans, and will sell them at lower
prices, by the case or single pair.
Those wanting a good Brogan, at low prices,
will find it to their interest to call on ua at the
Sign of the BtcBooi.
DIMICK, WILSON A 00..
ocil Peach-Tree Street, Atlanta, Georgia.
ARE DISTRIBUTED DAILY AT THE
Planters’ & Mechanics’
NO. 40 WHITEHALL STREET,
STABLE dr EANG¥
OF EVERY VARIETY:
Black Italian Silks,
Shawls, Lace Points,
and numerous other articles appertaining
to our business—all of whioh we are now
offering at the very
At Wholesale or Retail.
W< moat respectfully invite the attention ol
the public generally to «n examination of ottr
Stock, and solicit of them a .hero of their pat-
r °"***‘ J. K. HAGEN A CO.,
marehlB At Herring'. 014 Stand
HORSES FOR NA1.E.
TWO large young Northern MARKS,
five and six years old
... Ons pair Carriage HORSES, well
Four Osnsda HORSKS—all on reasonable
Also, for sals, BUGGIK8, TROTTING WAG
ONS and TROTTING SULKIES—all msaa-
fsetured by No. 1 workmen
Apply at O. 0. ROGERS'
sugSS Bala Si.Me, Loyd streak
sma CHOICE MEATS may be had
dolly .t my Stall ia th. Market.
— u.-. a »ugjs g. c. a.
I HAVE appointed Mr. WILLIAM BARNES
my Agent for Lha sale of
LSmiOWXU'8 GAS ESGULAIOS
in Atlanta, Georgia.
nor. JO. I. R. DAVIS.
New Book Store!
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOK
AGRICULTURAL BOOKS of e
ARCHITECTURAL BOOKS of era)
SUPERB GIFT BOOKS.
SPLENDID FAMILY BIBLES.
PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDSK.
PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PABff
INGS OF LANDSEER and oik
TEREOSCOPE AND STEREOS*
WALKING CANES—horn 30 ceakl
VIOLINS—from 75 cento to »75.
All of whioh will be sold cheaper j
tho cheapest, at'the^Sign of the
oct. M-if. J. McPHERBON A Cf
CENTER 4 TREAT WB?
WHITEHALL STREET, ATLANTA.
Four Doors Below Brady dk !
CARRIAGE HARDWARE A TRIM
SHELF AND BUILDERS' HARDWA
SWEDES, AMERICAN, CASS COOHTT
ENGLISH IRON, AND CASS COC
AND ENGLISH CASTINGS!
—A 1X0, 11 ZTOM—
CASES Shoe*, *t MauufacturM
Call and see us before you buy em
You shell be pleesed.
CENTER A TREADW
set Iba Paean Nuto;
ME lba Alioant Almonds;
60S lbs Hard Shall Almonds;
Mt lbs Bnurii Nuto;
to boxss Assorted Candy I
to boxnnnnd Hnlf boxss Baisie.'
For sain, low, by __
junalt CENTER * TREADW?
B EST New Anohor Bolting Cloths, I
I to No. II. For sale by -
janJI CENTER A TREADW-
BA COO AND CIGARS—of the bsst
hT CENTER A TREADW
let Mall barrels No. I
tt Half-barrels No.»
tt kits No. I Msebaiol;
It bbls No. 1 Meeksrsl I
It Half-barrels No. 1 k**
tt kite No. I If seksrsl;
I,tee IbeOod Fish;
ft# lbs Polloek I
It boxes of bsst Herrleg.
AUfersele, . TRIAS*
mu OEAR-t. t. It sad 111—-
I* than they oas bn ■nnnfqawsd at
oily Alan, Wlnx-Tarned Gndgsnes-A
ihAes-fcr sain, Tow, b£ ^