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Gate-city guardian. (Atlanta, Ga.) 1861-1861, February 28, 1861, Image 4

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Gr ATE- P/I T Y GUARDIAN.. (fiiitf-tfiti. ftuardiim. Indian Juggling. AKUINy A URA»8 COIN INTO A 8NAKK. r fbrt at Calcutta, commonly known m », If oaf of (be tnogl splendid and dlitary establishments to b« found [ quarter of tbo globe. It if spacious, ♦what resembles the Tower of London, ^•onaiataai various streets and squares different military purposes. On I guarded by a high and strongly- ^ which if surrounded in its turn deep rosee, over which are Idgeo, leading to the principal u l So Calcutta, a raw griffin, of co^H&t t* inspect the lions, and among The foyt MjEAfAf »oeue of animated fes tivity, from the whence of native jugglers, renowned fbd fhtflfeprpria!ng skill and dexx teiiiy. The p«i^^pficaa of these strange people have described, that 1 shall only rattfHB^jfew, for otherwise 1 might tire thg naj^^Kpae of them struck ine as bciug curle^BHuts having a strong resemblance to $fl|H^^mpecor>lei in sacred history, as liavfl^^^^Karformed by the magicians of time of Moses, arid in presence Indeed, as it is *e'tl known that have down distant ages, to wonder >tich a similarity '!'),« particular alluded to i*9p^HSvy conversion of brass coin into juggler gave to himself, yards rug, from "hied he never during the whole per format the coin to persons vtd^^^^^Kbeside on in front of fidg^^^KLAt a sign from him, I uot K I held firmly in my right ilA n<Lfj)fin9^hat bund with i'ghlPtfB { inclosed them iirmly as BHKmd my knees — °f course I was^^HH^csrtain that the “wall coin was iflHH^cublc fists. The juggler then b«g*tf^BHS»in£eo'&! i'>u. accom panied by a mtd^HBEu-ffiscordant kind eciutive^the words, Sammd, durtaXH^^H^ileM. He sud denly sioppsJMHHpH'^piping his scat. ,n »de a quk^^^KrUh his hand as if tiiroWing.fM^H^^Hpfha, giving at the sumo time a Puffjj^J^^Btouth. At that I felt my |£^^m|ply distend, and become meed a sensation or something equal- able was now be ad to my feet in as opening my hands, coin, but to my horror and alarm {for (rfjrtl wasted things I detest and loath* the genus) I saw a young snake, all alive—oh I and of aH snakes in the world, a co ll*. foW *d, or rather coiled, round- I threw it instantly to the ground, mg With rage and fear, as if already bit by t£e deadly reptile, which began imme diately 4 to tho ground, to the alarm and amazement of every one present. The Juggler new got up for the first time since he bad sat down, and catching hold of the snake displayed its length, which was nearly two feet—two feet all but an inch and a half. lie then took it cautiously by the tail, and opening his own mouth to its widest extent, let the head of tho snake diop into it, deliberately corameuced to swallow the ani mal, till the end of the tail was only visible ; then making a sudden gulp, the whole of the snake was apparently swallowed. After this, he came up to the spectators, and opening his mouth wide, permitted us to look into his throat, but no snake or snake,s tail was visi ble; it was seemingly down his throat alto gether. During the remainder of the per formances, we never aaw this snake again, nor did the man profess his ability to make it re-appear; but he performed another snake- trick, which surprised us very much. lie took from a bag another cobra-di capello, and walk ing into the center of the room, inclosed it in his hands in a folded state. lie waved, or shook them for some time in this condition and then opened his fists, when, hey I presto!—the snake was gone, and in its place appeared several small ones, which he suffered to fall from his hands, when they glided, with their peculiar undulating movement, almost like the waves of the saa, across the floor.—En glish Officer, in Once A Week. ATTENTION! MILITARY COMM FURNISHED WITH UNIFORMS AT SHORT NOTICE AND LOW PHIOBS, LAWSHE & PURTELL, AT THEIR DIIIRCHAIVT TAILORING establishment, Whitehall Street, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. dec 6 A V epa ^\ /j?ECONOMY I V\ j® Dis]p*t®lbt L Save the Pieces! '»v A S accidents will happen, ever in well-regu- latod families, it is very desirable to have some cheap and nonvient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockary, Ac. gPALIHNCi* PREPARED GLUE meets all such emergencies, and no household can afford to bo without it. It is always ready, and up to sticking point. There is no longer a necessity for limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls, and broken cradles. It is just the article for cone, shell, and other ornamen tal work, so popular with ladies of refinement and taste. This admirable preparation is used cold, be ing chemically held in solution, and possess ing all the valuable qualities of the best cabi- net-raakera’ Glue. It may be used in the place of odinary mucillage, being vastly more rd- hesivo. ‘'USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE/ N. B.—A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, Twenty-Five Ceuta. Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar street, New York. Address HENRY C. SPALDING A CO., Box No. 3,800, New- York. Put up for Dealers, in Cases containing four, eight, and twelve dozen—a beautiful Litho graphic Show-Card accompanying each pack age. A single bottle of SPALDING’S PRE PARED GLUE will save ten times its cost an nually to every household. Sold by prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hardware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers, and Fancy Stores. Country merchants should make a note ol SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE, when mak ing up their list. It will stand any climate. jan24twawly ATLANTA CLOTH ING HALL. 1 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 Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Neck-ties, Socks, Hats, Caps, and everything else in tho Clothing lino, of good quality aud at LOW PRICES. All who desire bargains should give me a call. —ALSO, os HAND— J ewelrv! Knives! Building AiBociatioe. Apply at thia office. FoR U. Combs! A.n<l other Notions. M. OPPENHEIMER, Whiteall street, nearly opposite marchl5tf Eddleaian A Bank Removal. M R8. 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. She is now opening iD her New Store, one of the most Extensive, Best Assorted, and Superb Stocks of Fall and Wintei MILLINERY, comprising very rich Velvet, Satin and Fancy Bonnets, Head Dresses, Bertha Capes, Collars, Embroide ries, etc., of the latest Styles, in almost endless variety. She has also a full line of C0R8ETS, DRESS TRIMMINGS, HOSIERY, LACE VEILS, Ac., tc all of which she would most respectfully in vito the attention of her numerous customers. Her Opening Day will be on Monday, Oct. 8. oet2-d2m WM’JtCMILLBN. T. P. PLUMING. B. K.MKI.EAR MC SULLEN, FLEMING A GO., GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, South Side Passenger Depot, ATLANTA GEORGIA. K EEP always on hand, and in large quanti ties, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Corn, wheat—in fact, everything usually to bo found in a COM MISSION HOUSE. Thankful for the liberal patronage of tbr past year, we hope, by strict attention to oue Dullness, to merit a continuance of the same. Consignments respectfully solicited. jan7 McMILLEN', FLEMING A CO. NEW FIRM. T HE undersigned have formed a copartner ship under the name of Carroll A Fowler, for the transaction of a General Produce and Commission business, at the old stand of Car- roll A High, and solicit a continuance of the patronage so liberally extended to the late firm. W. 8. CARROLL, Atlanta, Feb. 18, 1881. N. R. FOWLER. In retiring from the late firm of Carroll A High, l take pleasure in recommending the new firm to my old friends and customers. feblO-tf JOSEPH P. HIGH. NOTICE. A LL persooc indebted to the estate of the late Hon. B. H. Ovatosv, will please call on Col. L. E. Bleckliv, and settle up immedi ately. Most all the note# and aooounts of said estate art now in his hands. M. L. LENOIR, Adm’r, Ao. Feb. 13,1861. dim >r sale by McNAUGHT, ORMOND A CO. MISCELLANEOUS. Tan Amalgamation or Lanquagbs.—There is a growing tendsney in this ago to appropriate the most expressive words of other languages, aud alter awhile to iucorporate them into our own ; thus the word Cephalic, which is from the Greek, signifying “for the head,” is now becoming popularized in connection with Mr. Sptlding’s great Headacho remedy, but H will toon be used in a more general way, and the word Cephalic will become as common as Elec trotype and mauy others whose distinction as loreign words has been worn away by common usage uutil they seem “naliveand to the manor born." ’ardly Realized. Hi ’ad 'n ’orrible ’eadache this haiternoon, hand I stepped into the hapothecariea, hand says hi to the man, “Can you hease me of an 'eadache?” “Does it h&che’ard,”says'e. “IIix ceedingly,” says hi, hand upon that ’e gave me a Cephalic Pill, hand 'pon me ’onor it cur- e ed me so quick that I 'ardly realized 1 'ad an, ’eadache. tar Headache is the favorite sign by 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 as a safe guard intended to give notice of disease which might otherwise escape attention, till too lute 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 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 sick headache, of hepatic disease constituting bilious headache, of worms, coustipation and other disorders oi the bowels, as well as renal and uterine affec tions. Diseases of the heart are very frequent ly attended with ll'-aduches; Amentia and Plethora are also affections which frequently occasion headache. Idiopathic Headache is also very common, beiDg 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 and physical energies, and in other in stances it comes on slowly, herald* d by depn-s siou of spirits or acerbity of temper. In must ’t.stances the pain is in tho frout of the head, >ver one or both eyes, and sometimes provok □g vomiting; under this clues may also he named Neuralgia. For the treatment of cither clues of Headache the Cephalic Pills have been found a sure and safe remedy, relieving the most acute pains in a few minutes, and by its subtle pow«r eradic ating the diseases of which Headache is the unerring index. Bridget.—Missus wants you to send her a bex of Cephalic Glue, no, a bottle of Prepured Pills—but I’m thinking that’s not just it liai- ther ; but perhaps ye’ll be after knowing what it is. Yc see she’s nigh dead and gone with the Sick Headache, and wants some more of that same as relaivcd her before. Druggist.—You nVbst mean Spalding’s Ceph alic Pills. Bridget.—Och ! sure now and you’ve sod it, here’s the qu&rther and give me the Pills and dont be all day about it aither. Constipation or Costiveness. No one of the “many ills 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 tho pre cursor and companion of mauy of the most fatal and dangerous diseases, and. unless early eradicated, it will bring the sufferer 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. Abcesses, Dysentary, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria, Hy pochondriasis, Melancholy and Insanity, first indicate their presence in thi system by this alarming symptom. Not unfrequcntly the dis eases named originate in Constipation, but tako on an independent existence, unless the cause is eradicated in an early stage. From all these considerations it follows that tho 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 insiduotis approaches of diseaie and destroy this dangerous foe to human life. Great Discovert.—Among the moat impor tant of all the groat medical discoveries of this age may bo considered the system of vaccina tion for protection from 8mall Fox, the Cepha lic 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. #r.x NervousHeadache -'"SU Headache By the use of these Pills 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 sickneas will be obtained. They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Headache to whioh females are so subject. They act gently upon the bowels,—removing Costiveness. For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring the natural elasticity and strength of the whole system. The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long investigation and carefully oonducted ex periments, having been in use many years, during which time they havo prevented and relieved a vast amount of pail and suffaring from Headache, whether originating in the nervous system or from a deranged state of the stomach. They are entirely vegetable in their compo sition, and may be taken alall times 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. Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in Medicines. A Box will ba sent by mall prepaid on re ceipt of the PRICE, lift ckntts. All orders should ba addressed to HENRY C. SPALDING, Not. II. dAwly. 1 JANUARY. II 1 til rlil 6 1 13 14 26 21 27 24 1 11 8: 1 It 15,16 17 22 23 24 9931 4 5 II 12, 18 19 Ti MAY. I JULY. j.'.ir wlilrli 1 rrwiTirli .11 i! 2I >14 d 1 2| 1, 4: 5 6 : 5; e i 1! tin 11 j I, 4, 9 16 II 12 ll! |12 11,14 1516171* 14 15 It I7]l4 1*:9! 19 9 21 229124 25 21 22 9 24 25 26 27 ,26,27,28 29,9 31 24:2ti9 3lL ,. .. .............. JwiLl—l irL * ■ It ill 1 2 I 45 4 9 It 11,12 15 it! 17 lMt FEBRUARY. 3 4 ID II 11:14 -i r, T W t r » * 7 1 If 12 13 14 15 II 26 21122 26 27 24 t 1 3| <[ 5 6| 7 $ lOjllUs 13 14 U 17,18 ll]20 21 22 !i;»aaa;9 ■n .......... FRANKLIN PRINTING IIOIM ANI) BGOR-tttMOINYo pn-imrert to execute, at short rurtiee. In the beat x 4-tyle and at fair prices, every description of ’ PRINTING, Bnch is Books. raumhleta, CaUli truest, Circulars, Railroad aud Legal Blanks, Bill-Heads, Pro- irrainrm-a, Bus*incus. Professional and other Cards, Placards, Posters, Ac. BLANK BOOKS, Such as lA-djfcrs, Journals, Records, Day-Ihxiks, Ac., ruled to any pattern desired, anil made to erder, at short notice. pit” Music, law Books Magazines ami Period icals Inland, and old Books re-bound. Order* rvsiiectAiUy solicited. WOOD, IIANLK1TKK, HICK, A Cu., Proprietor t | OCTOBER. !§!■]* « T r 1 .... 1 3 ) 4 6 1 6 7! 1 It 11 12 ’iib'b II 17 18 u 26 21'22 9124 25 » 27 2*9 9 31 1 11,13:14 I 17 IS II 20 SI S3 24,25:26 27 8 9* JUNE. nil * jwjt .. 1 7 8 2 3 4 9 10 11 11 15 16117 18 21 22 9 24 25 28 29 30,..;.. 8 I T w| TIP! 8 ..I.J..I I! 5| I 7| 8, 12 13 14 15 IS 26 ,'21,22, 26 27 28 2S to AUGUST. * lj T wlj r| s f 2 V : 4 5 6 7 8 9,10 11 12,13 14115 16 17 1* 19 20 timtitt 25 26‘27 “m*. ' DECEMBER, i « ilflw T r|i. 1 2 3 4 5 •I 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 26 21 2219 24 25 26 27:28 29'9 31 .. 1,....... •" —J 1 . LITCHER8TADT. . K. HACK!*. Q. R,. 1ST OLA 1ST H AVING bought out the entire interest of Mr. W. HENDERSON, will keep on hand, and will be roceiving, constantly, a good as sortment of CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES, of the latest and beat styles, and from the beat Manufactories North. He will also manufac ture here the BEST BUGGIES now in use, which will be sold at prices to suit purchasers. Repairing of say Kind done, from a baby's cab to the finest Coach, in th<* best and most fashionable style. My Repository is on WHITEHALL STREET, next door to the Keystone Buildings, where I •hall be glad to aee and wait on all in want of any article in my line. Q. R. JN0LAN. Atlanta, November 5, 1860. TO Till', IM BI.1C, UiTiva diipoM.1 of my intcreat In tha Car riage and Buggy Buaineaa to Mr. 14. K. Rni.a», I cheerfully recommend him to all my old pa tron! and frlenda aa a reliable, and apright, and prompt buainaaa man and gantlaiaan, erary aray worthy thair higheat, fulleat confi dence, and reapeotfully aolioit for him a con tinuance of the aame liberal patronage bellow ed upon me. W. H. llliNDKRSoN. Nor. 5, I860, tf. TO PX1ANTSUEI.M 7* hare new In Store, n large lot of Batra »* Heavy, Double-Aola Raaaet Brogaaa, made with two heavy aotaa of the heat quality ef Hemlock BelaLaaUer and Oah Upper*, with BWitKye name, which we hare madeexpreea- the trade ol thia market, and guarna- lylor tee them, in every reaped, auperior to any thing that can ba round iu thia market, la the line of Brogani, and will nil them at lower .prlcea, by the caae or alncle pair. Thooe wanting a good Brogan, at low prion, will find It to thair intend to call on na at tha Bin ef the Blf Boot. DfMICK, WILSON * (XX, nail Peech-Troo Street, attnnta, Oeorgia. 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 STAPLE & EANfnr DIM -GOODS! DRESS GOODS, OF EVERY variety: Embroideries, Hosieries, Black Italian Silks, Silk Robes, Shawls, Lace Points, Mantillas, Domestics, —AND— Carpets, Hats Boots, Shoes and numerous other articles appertaining to our business—all of whioh we are now offering at the very Lowest Prices! At Wholesale or Retail We moot reopactfrilly invite the attention ol tha public generally to au examination of our Stock, and solicit of them a share of thair pat ron age. J. K. HAGEN A CO., march 1> At Herring’* Old Stand & HORSES POR RALE. TWO large young Northern MARES, 'vn and ail Onn pair tv* and aix yenrt old ; Carriage UOR8EB, well Alto, for .ale. BUOOtES, TROTTING WAG ONS and TROTTING BULKIES-nll manu factured by No. 1 workmen. Apply at O. O. ROGERS' eegtt Bale Stable, Loyd street CHOICE MEATS may be had *VjB| J«lr »» my Bull in the Market —JEZjL aagU G. C. R. IMPORT AKtTo €0\SLH EBS OltiAif! L HAVE appointed Mr. WILLIAM BARNES ny Agent for the sale of Lxrrnrowxu’a a as uuulatox la Attest , Georgia. >"•* J.EDAVU, MISCELLANEOUS. BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! —AT THE — New Book Store! —AT THE— SIGN OF THE BIG BOOK Whitehall Street. AGRICULTURAL ROOKS of crq description. ARCHITECTURAL BOOKS of ereij description. MEDICAL BOOKS. SUPERB GIFT BOOKS. SPLENDID FAMILY BIBLES. ELEGANT ENGRAVINGS. PICTURES FRAMED TO ORDER. PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE I'AINl INGS OF LANDSEER and othf Artists. TEREOSCOPE AND STEREOSOd PIC VIEWS. ARTISTS’ MATERIALS. WALKING CANES—from 30 ccrth 130. VIOLINS—from 75 cents to $75. All of which will be sold cheapens the cheapest, at the Sign of the “BIG BOOK!” oct. S3—tf. J. McPherson a co. CENTER A TREAD WELT WHITEHALL STREET, ATLANTA, Four Doors Below Brady A Solo*** —dialsns IN- CARRIAGE HARDWARE A TRIMMlKGl SHELF AND BUILDER8’ HARDWARl! SWEDES, AMERICAN, CABS COUNTY AW ENGLISH IRON, AND CA88 COUNT! AND ENGLIBH CASTINGS! —ALSO, IS BVORK-- . - XA CASES Shoes, si Manufacture* 0\J Call fcnd see ua before you buy elsew You shall bo pleaaed. _ .1 Junel4 CENTER A TREADWELL N UTS—We have 606 lbs Pecan Nuts; 606 lbs Alioant Almonds ; 660 lbs Hard Shell Almonds; 600 lbs Brasil Nuts; 66 boxes Assorted Candy: 66 boxes and Half boxes Raisia. For sale, low, bv janel4 CENTER A TREADWELL K8T New Anchor Bolting Cloth., fro" 1 * 8 |o No. 16. For sals by Janll CENTER A TREADWII* B for sale by CENTER A TREADWKI* G IN GBAR-t, ♦, 1« and I* f«t-«* than they ean be manufactured at i» «itj Also, Wing-Turned Gudgeons—* ■ inches—for sale, Tow, by — > a CUTTER A TREADWIWm B ACON I- **• en*k.of Ham., ebouldwlM* Bid**, arriving. — June!I BUTLER A PETI» , JjUFTY homla of Prim* Loaf Lard i* and for aol* by jaaoU pete* 1 nn CASKS Prime Rihbod-Sldc >* lUU and far sal* by - jun«19 BUTLER * PETS*