The Power of Coanarenlcatlon.
While to liiile it done, all are resdy ft ad.
wit the importance of power to oowsuaioate,
though few throw it tap effective influence
te develop tbit power. Preeideat Hopklto
enya that one of the pre eminent objects of ed
ucation ia to give “the power of oowwuaiot-
tioa." Fret. Coffiu denominates “ unbeslta-
ting cemmanication ” an Indispensable requit*
ite ft a minister. Fref. I>ap f wboee work ia
too el imai admit t ed as a classic, saps: “The
ptWtr of ooMPUaioatiof thought bp language
commas attribute of man, and ia aus-
I ef Indefinite degreee of improvement
Macau lap obeervet, “ The
[ ia ona which mat of respeoU-
k ataiduous and lntrapid prao-
i fail to acquire.” Another emU
remarks: “Nor should U aver
though tho constitution of
trp for tho higheot do-
i to bo mot with, (here ia
tilmila of such indefinite
or in whioh perae-
111 do to muoh, as in
Burka, who ranks
I was one of the best
^PfMtarks: “It waa bp
jiklo Mr. Fee beoem#
the most j^^^^^^Ekwowerful debater that
.Fox attributes hia
nice of speaking,
whole sessione 1
part ef hM lifa,
pass without either
i moat celebrated
pt ao tnanp of our
tied either to epeek
that thep lack
but that thep have
I for this service,
hould be commenc-
training, or, as
I eloquence of the
l too soon. IIow
te develop and dis-
r (be verp powers on
> move an andieuce
, perhaps whcllp,
dung Ministers and
elogical or legal at.
liable to speak extem-
t ease to themselves
because this subject
| as an important one in
■loss a much longer period
k (o acquire an education,
thich is devoted to dead
U many scholars, and all
with some, bn given to the subjeot of public
speaking. If hflrif the time, to sap the least,
(bat ia expanded on Latin, had been devoted
Ao jOk* voice, awakening inven
tion, Stirring and storing the mind, and pre-*
P*Hng tbe souls of our poung clergymen to
make an audience feel the force of truth, we
should^oflgm tlnd more heart* aching, see
more tun shed, and more reformations result
from one Sabbath’s exercise, than is ordina
rily witnessed while the sweet orb of evening
perform* her monthly revolution.—Rep. T. A.
Merrill, D. D.
much of that time wh
languages must wfth
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JAMES M. SMYTHE, Esq., and
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METALIC BURIAL CASES.
A LSO, . general auortment of
Wood Coffins, InoludingRsea
Wood and Mahogany.
Marthftl-ft Sheet Met,lie Burial Cate*,
An entirely now article, nearly ae light ae wood,
end closed up with India Rubber—sir-tigbt—
for tale at my Roomt, in Markham’, Naw Build
ing, on Whitehall itreet, up ataira.
Reaidanea on Bridge street, near Col. John
Ordan, by lalegrapb, or otherwise, prompt
ly attended to jau M-ly.
Taa Amaluawatiov or Lasouagks.—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
owe ; thus the word Cephalic, which is from
ths Greek, signifying “lor the head,” is now
beooming popularised in connection with Mr.
Spalding^ great Headache remedy, but it will
soon be used in a more general way, and tbe
word Cephalic will become as common as Elec
trotype and many other* whose distinction ss
lated families, it is very desirable to hare
e cheap and oonvient wn;
Furniture,Toys, Crockery, Ae.
IPAiDllfGHI PREPARED GLUE
eels all such emergencies, and no household
m afford to be without it. It ia always ready,
and up to sticking point. There is no longer a
necessity for limping chairs, splintered veneers,
head leas dolls, and broken cradles. It is just
the artiole for oone, shell, and other ornamen
tal work, so popular with ladies of refinement
Thla admirable preparation is used oold, be
ing chemically held in solution, and possess
ing all the valuable qualities.of the beat cabi
net-makers’ Glue. It may be used in the place
of odinary mueiilage, being vastly more rd-
44 USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.’
N. B.—A Brush accompanies each bottle.
Price, Twenty-Five Cents.
Wholesale Depot, No. 43 Cedar street, New
HENRY C. SPALDING A CO.,
Box No. 3,300, New York.
Put up for Dealers, in Cases containing four,
eight, and twelve dosen—a beautiful Litho
graphic Show-Card accompanying each pack-
pm- A single bottle of SPALDING'S PRE
PARED GLUE will save ten times its cost an
nually to every household. -Wn
Sold by prominent Stationers, Druggists,
Hardware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers, and
Country merchants should mske a note oI
8PALDING’8 PREPARED GLUE, when mak
ing up their list. It will stand any climate.
foreign words has been worn away by common
usage until they seem “nstiveana to
> tbe manor
I HAVE just returned from tho 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, ol
good quality and at LOW PRICES. All who
desire bargains should give me a call.
—ALSO, Off HAND—
Jewelrv I Knives I
And other Notions.
Whiteail street, nearly opposite
marcbl6tf Etldle.nan A Bank
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.
She is now opening in her New Store,
one of the raoet
Extensive, Beet 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 VEIL8, Ac.,
tc all of which she would moat respectfully in
vito the attention of her numerous customers.
Her Opening Day will be on Monday, Oct 8.
WM* HO MILLBff. T. P. FLEMING.
B. B. MMLIAB
MC MULES, FLEMISH 4 CO.,
South Side Pasaeuger Depot,
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-
Thankful for the liberal patronage of thr
past year, we hope, by striet attention to oue
business, to merit a continuance of the tame.
Consignments respectfully solicited.
jan7 McMILLEN, FLEMING A CO.
T HE undersigned have formed a copartner
ship under the name of Carroll A Fowler,
for tbe transaction of a General Produce and
Commission business, at the old stand of Car-
roll A High, and solicit a con tip us nee of the
patronage so liberally extended to the late
firm. W. 8. CARROLL,
Atlanta, Feb. 18, 1861. N. R. FOWLER.
In retiring from the late firm of Carroll A
High, T take pleasure in recommending the
new firm to my old friends aad customers.
feblO-tf JOSEPH P. HIGH.
A LL persons indebted to the estate of the
late Hon. B. U. Ovaaar, will pleaae call
on Ool. L. E. Blbcklbt, and settle op immedi
ately. Moat all the notea and aocounta of said
aatate are now in his hands.
M. L. LENOIR, Adm’r, At.
Fab. 13, 1881. dim
Hi ’a*l ’n ’orribie ’eadsebe this baiter noon,
hand 1 stepped into the hapotbecariea, hand
says hi tu the i
eadache V* “Does it hsche ’ard,”says ’e. "Hex
M ANILLA. Jute and Cotton Cordage, al
sisea-for sale by *
Mr NAUGHT, ORMOND A (XX
man, “Can you hease me of an
... . . “ ava’e. ~
that 'e _
me a Cephalic'Pill, hand 'pon me 'onor it cur- #
ed me so quick that I ’ardly realised 1 *ad an.
|9~Hbadachb is the favorite sign by which
nature make* known any deviation, whatever,
from the natural state ol the brain, and view
ed in this light, it irey be looked on as a safe
guard intended to give notice of dieeaae which
might otherwise escape attention, till too late
to be remedied; and its indications should
never be neglected. Headsches 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 is sympathetic of dis
ease of the stomach constituting tick headache,
of hepatic disease constituting bilious headache,
of worms, constipation and other disorders oi
the bowels, as well as renal and uterine affec
tions. Diseases of tba heart are very frequent
ly attended with Headaches; Anemia and
Plethora are also affections which frequently
occasion headache. Idiopathic Headache ia
alao very common, being usually distinguished
by the name of nervous headache, aometimea
coming on suddenly in a state of apparently
sound health, and prostrating at once the men
tal and physical energies, and in other in
stances it comes on slowly, heralded by drpres
sion of spirits or acerbity ol temper. In most
instances the pain is iu the front of the head,
over one or both eyes, and sometimes provok
ing vomiting: under this class inay also be
For the treatment of either class of Headache
the Cephalic Pills have been found a sure and
safe remedy, relieving the moat acute pains iu
a few minutes, and by its subtle powt r eradic
ating the diseases of which Headache ia the
BatreET.—Missus wants you to send her a
bex of Cephalic Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared
Pills—but I'm thinking that's not just it nai-
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 relaivcd 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 aither.
Constipation or Coitiyeneu.
No one of the “many ilia flesh is heir to" is
so 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 tbe pre
cursor and companion of many of the most
fatal and dangerous diseases, and. unless early
eradicated, it will bring the sufferer to an un
timely grave. Among tbe 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,
Abcesses, Dysentary, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia
Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria, Hy
pochondriasis, Melancholy and Icsanity, first
indicate their presence in th* system by this
alarming symptom. Not unfrequcntly the dis
eases named originate in Constipation, but
take on an independent existence, unless tbe
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 the first appearance
of the complaint, aa their timely use will expel
the insiduous approaches of disease and destroy
this dangerous foe to human life.
Grbat Discovkrv.—Among the moat impor
tant of all the great medical discoveries of this
age may be considered the system of vaccina
tion for protection from Small Pox, the Cepha
lic Pill for relief of Headache, and the use of
Quinine for the prevention of Fevers, either
of which is a sure specifio, whose benefits will
be experienced by suffering humanity long af
ter thoir discoverers are forgotten.
By the use of theee Pilla the periodic attacks
of Nervous or Sick Headache may be prevented ;
and if taken at the commencement of an at
tack immediate relief from pain and sickness
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 Female*,
and all persons of sedentary habits, they are
valuable aa a Laxative, improving tba appetite,
giving tons and vigbr to the digeetive organs,
and restoring the natural elasticity and strength
of the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of
long investigation and carefully conducted eg-
S snments, having been in use many years,
uring which time they have prevented and
relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering
from Haadache, 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 stall timas with per
fect safety without making any change of diet,
and the absence of any disagreeable taste renders
it easy to administer them to children.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
The genuine have five signatures of Henry
C. Spalding on each Box.
Bold by Druggists and all other Dealers ia
A Box will be sent by mail prepaid oa re
ceipt of the
PRICK, BS CENTS.
All orders should be addressed to
HENRY C, SPALDING,
w «. ** C< * M Vnrlu
Mot. 18. dAwly.
NEW CARRIAGE REPOSITORY!
. R,. 1ST OL-A. 1ST
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 manufac
ture here the BEST BUGGIES now in use,
whioh will bo sold at prioes to suit purchasers.
Repairing ef any Kind
don®, from a baby’s otb to tho finest Coach, in
tho bet and most fashion.bl® etyle.
My Repository iion WHITEHALL STREET,
next door to tho Keystone Buildings, where I
all In want of
Q. R. NOLAH.
shall be (led to eee and wait on
any article in my line.
Atlanta, November 9, 1860.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Harm disposed of my internet in the Car-
ally recommend him to all my old pa-
troue and friends at a reliable, end upright,
and prompt lu.inee. man and gentleman,
every way worthy their highest, fullest confl-
denoe, and reapeatfully solicit for him a oon-
tinnanoe of the earns liberal patronage bestow
ed upon ms. W. H. HENDERSON.
Not. t, 1866. tf.
W B ha?* now in Store, * largo lot of Extra
Henry, Dowble-ffole Huaset Brogans,
made with two heavy soles of tha beat quality
of Hemlock Solo Leather and Oak Uppers, with
Rivit Eve-seams, which w* hare made express
ly for tha trade of thia market, and guaran
tee them, in every respect, superior to any
thing that ean bo round In this market, In the
line of Brogans, and wiil soli thorn at lowar
by the case or i
. . ogle pair.
Those wanting a good Brogan, al low prioes,
will find it to thoir interest to ealI on no at tha
Sign of the Big Book
DIMICJC, WILSON A CO.
otfl Psack-Tree Street, Atlanta, Georgia.
J. K. BASKS.
ARE DISTRIBUTED DAILY AT THE
Planters' & Mechanics'
NO. 40 WHITEHALL STREET,
T O thousands of customers who are delight
ed! with the magnificent display of our
EXTENSIVE STOCK OF ENTIRELY NEW
STAPLE & KAUeS
OF EVERT VARIETY:
Black Italian Silks,
Shawls, Lace Points,
and numerous other articled appertaining
to our btuineu—all of whioh wo are now
offering at the very
At Wholesale or Retail.
Wa most respectfully invite tha attention ol
ths public generally to an examination of our
Stock, and loHcit of them a than of their pat
J. K. HAGEN A CO.,
march)! At Herring’* 014 Stand
HORSE* FOR HALE.
TWO large yonng Northern MARKS,
five and six years old t
... Ona pair Carriage HORSES, wall
four Canada JJ0R3E8—all on raaapnablo
Also, for sals, BUGGIES. TROTTING WAG
ONS aad TROTTING SULKIES-all nan
(acturod by No. 1 workman.
Apply at G. C. ROGERS'
eugU Sals Stable, Loyd • trash
CHOICE MEATS may ba had
daily at my Stall la tha Market,
eugtt G. C. R.
laPOITANT TO COXSIMEIS Of fiU!
I HAVE appointed Mr. WjLLIAM BARNES
my Agent for ths sal* sf
LirraawxLL's a as ustflato*
la Atlas t , Georgia.
ftov. M t. R. DAVIE.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
New Book Store!
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOK
AGRICULTURAL BOOKS of ei±
ARCHITECTURAL BOOKS of
SUPERB GIFT BOOKS.
SPLENDID FAMILY BIBLES.
PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDEl
PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PAIST
INGS OF LANDSEER and St
TEREOSCOPE AND STEREOS#
WALKING CANES—from 30 call
VIOLINS—from 75 cent* to *76.
All of which will be sold cheaper*!
the cheapest, at the Sign of the
och m—tf. j. McPherson t <*
CENTEX * TREAD WHI
WHITEHALL STREET, ATLANTA,
Four Door* Below Brady * Memk
CARRIAGE HARDWARE A TRIMMI#
SHELF AND BUILDERS’ HARDWAlT
SWEDES, AMERICAN, CASS COUNTTAP
ENGLISH IRON, AND CASS COCSTI
AND ENGLISH CASTINGS!
—ALSO, I* STOSS—
K A OASES Shoes, at Manufactures
wU Call And see us before you buy
You shall be pleased
CENTER k TRKADWO*
lv *08 lbs Pecan Nuts;
588 lbs Alicant Almonds; ,
*08 lbs Hard Shell Almond#;
*88 lbs Brasil Nute;
*8 boxes Assorted Candy;
58 boxes and Half boxes Raisi®*
For aale, low, by —
juaeU CENTER A TRKADWIM*
B est New Anchor Bolting Clothe fna*
8 to No. 18. For sale by — ’ j
jaaSl CENTER A TREADWILL
'TOBACCO AND CIGARS—of the b»* ‘
** sals ky CINTKR R TRgA DWK?*
G in gba»-«,7 i» wd |i
than thay can be manufactured s* Y
city Also, Wing-Turned Gudgeons-* ■ p
tea for h triad*®*
B ACON I-HI oaaki of Hams, fikocl*"^
. J Bides, arriving.
Jnn.lt BUTLER 6
r FIT bnrrnla of Prim. Leaf
I for tale by
BUTLER * r
1 fill CASKS Prim. Elblmd-SidH »
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