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The Clarion: Wednesday. Jan. 10, 1883.
PARLOR SHOE STORE, Clarion. JOHN GRIFFIN CARLISLE, MISCELLANEOUS. JACKSON. CANDIDATE FOB SPEAKER IN THE NEXT J. F. tl; ntls. M. D. I O. E. HasawoTOR, M. $30,000 FOR $2. BY LITTLE. CONUUEfiS. E iTg 7rou6gh it if joa hour, the ye" that have vanUhed a WT , . ii run. RStaf a toil are done. , a. kr eros-a elear ; C ihe n come near ' fhr ehter onpain and doubt; Wf . .1.1 ;il rrnw. ..the world growa strong, rL,,i, of Right and Wrong; P ,e the Wrong give, way, 1!le theBigni "- , nearer mc Q Lie the good in wen L beauty for human ken, bile the angei"". . P'T f wnod to be KlS fading call t jSUJTDRY ITEMS. . -,rl- i r re In ti' n it 1 1 1 1 nti&int r were a sigm. i m Low of Chief Justice Hardin of r , fmind livintr in a tlias win - -0 - i-ftnl-pfv in nh.iii- D IjOUISVUIC . khc public works contemplated lerFreycinet are nnnpinwi woe Will -' justaooui uuuuiu y were in looa. jstcraml a physician are liav ,t in the courts of Lynn, Mass., .1.. m.,n nf HsrioTi habitually UID m" " ... that the man of medicine was professional work. Treat rebuked the St. Louis So the suppression of Crime be ne ured a conviction by sending letter. "Did not this amount hctnriag crime?" he asked, tell in Ban Francisco of a very woman who is remarkably strict :.:j;o nf hr servants. She herself by saying that she was a until five years ago, ana ineru wi all about both sides of the hinted out in Chicago to hard h that they are in danger 01 cir- It ih liver "when a fatness be Hi mv. ' 1 . in the reerion 01 the nose, C7 . tinge of mauve or brown sienna c,rfr-A nf that ortran. increas- ln oressurc.and deepening toward in. aL, Rnman Onthnlic cathedral in it u .......- M. the largest church caince 111 not vet completed LL tn tiimhln down. The massive lave settled so, that large cracks and pvnerts fear that the whole Ire to be rebuilt. Over $200,000 ken spent in the construction ll(iflirs lmvfi distinguished them I" . . V , TT inn,... iiinrn in t.hfi iindon univel Ifuvv ii..v ... as? lists. The scholarship and edal for obstetrics are taken by a wo ladies are placed in the first ne n ut urlpnt. from Oirton College ; lore have gained second classes, veral others are m tne mini ciuss. BE V '- It Hunter & Harrington, DRUGGISTS, Near SSDTTEB'S Corner, Opposite Capitol JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI TT HEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL AV line of DRUGS, MEDICINES, OILS, PAINTS, LIQUORS FOE MEDICAL USE, Fancy and Toilet Articles, SOAPS. PERFUMES. and everything usually kept tn a first-class Drug mure. s- 52d FOPILAU MONTHLY DRAWING OF TUB In t h City of LouUviUe, on Wednesday, January 31, 1883. Thm. Drswinc ocrur on 111 ty of -h month iStind, excepted. 1 Repealed djudieiion by r ! eiml and SUte I'ourU ne placed iht-i loinpanv beyond the contiMT.rf of the lw. To thl "n PnT helone the wle honor of having inauiriiriited the only plan by which their drawiimM are proyen hnet and fair herond question. K n Th I'imimnv haa now on hand a larpe capital and reserve fund. Read carefully the llt of rues for the NOW IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Boots, Sloes, Hats, Caps, Ms, Valises, UMULLAS..AM 6ESTLEMEVS HALF HOSE. CALL AND EXAMINE All Solid Goods No Paper Sole Shoes. d,20'82-lm. T. T. PKBSONS. M Be Independent. V,o inrforvpnrlf'nt,. Don't lianz and wait for somebody else to go Tlrpak voiirown rath. Do what fcntdono yourself. Don't put off rs worlc until to-morrow ta inc Ifnnt it will hp AnTP. for VOU. it lant to succeed, take off your gloves lllous vour own banas on tne piow KS. lou arc a woman, and lindget goes la hull, be independent and wasn )wn dishes, and scrub your own and lailfth in her face when she back, expecting to be received open arms. lenyou see & duty heiore you, cio 1 don tstimd sliivcrtng on tne nnnn. ear somebody will say something tit. 1't ask everybody's advice about ItbjrjK. Have pluck enough to de- lor yourself. If you want to buy a elof corn don't spend a day running t, asking where you had better buy if you hadn't better wait until gram The candidature of John Griffin Car lisle for the Speakership in the newly elected rederal Mouse ot Keprcsenta tives is an event of importance, especial ly to those citizens who favor economic reform. He represents the Sixth Ken tucky District, is a statesman of very considerable experience, and unquestion- vi :n j i i li. . at;- councils of his party when its chosen leaders assemble at the Capitol and elect a man to preside over the debates of the next House. Mr. Carlisle, was born in Campbell (now Kenton) County, Ken tucky, September 5, 1835. He resides at ( 'rvvino-rvri in tKiu'imn Rfcafal l.il'p nvtnv leading Americans of this, as well as of past generations, he began lite possi-ssotl ef nn rliw!iti'vii;il ul vnntncrpa Vwvvnnd those gained at the common school, but tie worked hard ana at an early age as sumed the duties of a public school teach er. ilis leisure time was utilized m reading law, and when opportunity fav ored his aspirations, he entered an office at Uovington and thorougniy quaiined himself for admission to the Bar. He was admitted in 1858, when twenty-three years of age, and has ever since devoted that portion ot his time not given to tne ...... hiu J Ml l II If BtTVIvJU, u lui. iiavuvv vi "if profession. In 1859 he was elected a member ot the tventucicy nouse oi tu-p-resentatives. Nominated in 1864 as Presi dential elector on the Democratic ticket, he declined the honor, in ido ne was oWrfwi to thp Senate, of his native State. and again in 1869. He was present as a delegate at large trom KentucKy, at tne ivailOIlUl LeiIlocraiic ujuvcumuu uwi " New York City, in 1868. His nomina tion for Lieutenant-Governor of Ken tucky in 1871, caused him to resign his seat in the State Senate. He was elected to the Lieutenant-Governorship in Aug ust, 1871, and served until September, 1875. His fellow-citizens elected him Presidential Elector at large for Ken tucky in the year 1876. He was subse mientlv elected to the House of Repre sentatives at Washington. Mr. Carlisle's "record in Uongrs is tnat oi an aoie o.,ri diltmnt ninn "well-informed and 11 I vaaxittwau ........ competent to fill more exalted positions than those be nas ueen caueu ujioh wj ;u oU vrot TIo ia nt. tho nresent time mi, jvv. i traveling as a member of the Congress ional Committee appointed to investigate i In. ATiauiHainni River, with the view to the improvement and advancement of commerce. THEIR SIGN IS THE RED POST AND BRIGHT Ml IK 1 All. aW VrrvriptiMi VanfuUy Compoindr.1 Bj ami Mm. dee21,'81-tf. January Drawing: fou mm t;oms w ho.est fi rriM :tn,ooo l i"rie iw,w 1 lViie .00 0 of l,(W0each . . , 1 ! O I. Ml of sort eat , Approximation rrlc 9 of J00 each, Approximation PrjaM 9 of 100 each, Approximation l"ri-i 100 of$100ca-h IIO.OOO 200 of SO each lii.inm 600 of 20 each 12,000 1,000 of 10 each 10,000 2,700 1.SO0 SHXI W. O. STRAUSS, State Street. I HAVE Jl'ST RECEIVED AN IMMKN stock of Dry Goods and Notions, A 1,960 rri. Whole Tiokets, $2. 27 Tiokets,;$30. 1113,400 Half Tickets, $1. 55 Tickets, $1C0. THE OLD RELIABLE I.ADIES AJD MISSK9 Cl,OAK, CL,OTHIN(i, I1A.XM, BOOTS AM) SHOES, S. lectcd o?Decially to suit the trado here. Iter NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. rKICES WAY BELO V WY DEALER IN THE COUNT It Y Convince yourself of the tnfth ol this ntntoinciit by un early call aud examiuation of my stock. Attention of Farmers asked to large stock of RAGGING AND TIES, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES, FLOOR, AND TOBACCO. at lowest market yalue. T- Hid II K.ST MARKET PRICK PAID FOR COTTON AMI ALL COl'NTRY PRODll'K. oct.4,'S2-6m. W. O. STRAUSS. Remit Money or Bank Draft in JUtM . or Mod 1 v Ixim'ss DON'T SEND HV UEGIMKKEH 1.1.1 TbS OR ItlsT-Or EH EiUIER. Ordeniof $5aad upward, hv Kxpri-. can lie sent at our BX peril, iKIra.iomorsto r OoMtHsTotriqtJ Uuilding, Luuivillc, Ky. aprl.,'s2-lv. iN TUB ORDINARY DRAWING XT Jli v. 8EUTTEE. JACKSO, MISSISSIPPI. Watches, ewclrv, Silverware, Spectacles Clocks, Musical Goods, Etc. ov Tin: W. A. WHITING'S IS THE PLACE TO BUY Carpets and Rngs To Match. At New York Pricss, Freight added. GENTS, BOYS and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, LADIES' CLOAKS, WALKING JACKETS, ULSTERS, LACES, RIBBONS. In fact all NECK WEAR, In endless Tariety from CUCapCSl LO IH'M. SlIOU, House Furnishing Goods Of eTery description. TRUNKS, VALISES, Etc., from Cheapest to beat. tV No Trouble to Show Goods. "6W Ask for what you want to see whether you want to purcnase oi 1,01. fn.l in',n Imslnpsn and ft lihr one at that. Small profits live and let live is my motto. sep.27,'82-3m. Royal Havana Lottery Which takes place at Havana, Cuba, JANUARY . 13, There are only 23,000 Tickets issued and 974 Ibises inmwn. THE ORIQIKAL "LITTLE HAVANA" CiOtJL13 CO.'S) i. .i..,.i.i,.,i hv lloval Havana lxitterv. number for number prize lor prise, wnn zwauaiuouai prues. lOttly 23,000 Tickets and 1204 frizes. Schedule : 1 Capital MM, S'000, 1 Capital Prize MJJ 1 Capital lrize J.0 rY STOCK OF ABOVE is M NY TIMES LARGER THAN ANY SIMILAR DI8 Viv ,r n R,.le iii JACKSON; while rich assortments and stylos ami reason- able ,,riees you will flna .n.i.rci-i.aciucil ELEGANT. REAL. The above immense nma piwHiiain'ii " and LiLSTIXO CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. DON'T FORGET IT! This invitation, and cheerful, polite attention is extended to all. nov.20:82-.H,n. liv SKUTTER. Mirth. 1 Oanttal Prize 1 Ibises, tiW each 20 Prises, 50 " 9 Prizes, 10 " . 2 Approximations, JlOOeach, to the nuin- Iht precexlinK ami following the one drawing the $U,00 2 Approximations, $50 each (asabore) to to the $2,.W0 230 Additional prizes ot H each to the 2110 tickets having as ending numbers tho two terminal units of the nttmOW drawing the Capital I"rlse, . CALL AT THE STORES -OF- 8. LEMLY &d SON, And Examine the Largest Stock of Uoods E.er Brought to Jackson. so 500 1,000 0,420 200 100 1,150 1,204 American (iold. THE ROYAL HAVANA OFFICIAL CIDE8 EVERY PRIZE. . . $25,420 LIST DI French China, Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets. Glass Ware of Every Description. TOYS ATVO FANCY (iOODSI B-WE ARE HEADQUARTERS for all kind CHOICE GROCERIES. nov.22,'8'2-2m. Subject to no manipulation, no lionesiiy i 'st I ll ill IT kaftan that could be conceived. jntrolleil by the iiiiiniiL'cil. it is the at.... .. .1 i.nn .l ..,,,nr..l on,l lwMl tllllltT in tllO liatlirC of S ia on the ticket. m'tbe a glave to what anybody m rtnanv nhnnt. vnll. Tf VOU haVC eilC- L and o"f course vou have, unless you I born idiot , let them fling out fit Show tho world bv vour daily hit vour flnpimies have lied. Live f slandersdown. Lift up your head, be inilAriAriflitiT. nf them. Have no Idants and go-betweens. ttual friends are disastrous taiiures bre out of Charles Dickens' novels. till httvn aanrat anrrnws. trust them to your God, for He alone can keep pet. arin mind tV inlcmn nnd stllDCn- btl-Hlb ll..,, mM nn nrOndT-lllf, Villi!' r"Hlll III. II VIUI H1C jjvjjm,..q J for eternity, and act in such a way ITOn mnv mil torn- to Hive I e ull- L' . ' V . ,, -ll l Ot ulam tv strii'ini 111 till Ml Ull r finished deeds. lie independent. A loiio-h i worth a hundred groan in ;inv market, and the old maxim of "laugh and grow fat," would be equally proper it it read latign turn grun go-.u. A genuine nearly taugu vmu from a man whose soul is corrupt and whose brain is tilled with evil principles and wicked projects. Even the astute and cynical Carlylc has said, "No man .,,, t,.,a ,. Vinnrtilv and wholly laughed, can he altogether irreelaimably depraved." The wildest imagination cannot conceive of Cassius as being jolly, or of Brutus as n funny man. Miaicespcare eym w as being "lean and hungry; of course he never laugneu, ui solemn as an owl. l'eople cannoi live upon taseless mental food any more than they can be satisfied with bodily nourishment which ia unseasoned. :., o,i ,nrmrnnt. wit is the flavor VJC11UI11V a ......... of the mind, aud hearty laughte r is the expression ot its digestion. iw '"8"" k!V,mq ori4nnai7( who frowns at pleasan- .... .rUn non't talfA ft ioke on anv terms L 1 , nuv . - j either n moranv etuiuu v.ii.v.., DAMER0N & SWAN, LUMBER DEALERS, JACKSON, , N i: Alt It. II. Dkpot; s.v thnt the name (iouid A Co. None other are genuine. ALL PRIZES PAID ON PRESENTATION. For Information and Tickets, apply to SIIIPSEY COMPANY, MmtAIi AuKSTS, 1212 llroadway, New York City, Or 03 E. Randolph Street, Chicago, 111 , or jiivr. u. rriwJii'tMi, Julv2(l,-lv. Savannah, is. -tiii: ALL KINDS OF BOUGH AND lXMIIKll, SttlVULKS Yard in West Jai Mills BaoOKIIAVKN, II Dressexl Yellow Pini AND LATII.S. r:in fill orders promptly for all kinds of l.CMRK.U, SHI Nil I. ICS and LATHS tlireet from the Mills, UKin sliorl notice. AW Orders solicited acpL22,'St-ly. Ctaseale ai i A. Iff. PAXTON & CO., Founders and Machinists Also in Stock and for Salt: "Oar Patent Friction Steam Cotton Press." Be True to Yourself. lothino- Vinrta n mnn more than to ll small nnrl in-noble in his own CYCS tthe slavish feeling that degrades "lave. Abase ambition makes the tl that, elmrial.oa I. h:lC. J0 mail I debase vnn hut vourself. Slander these can Men I wm luu Ul V mil ii ...... . W 1. . i . , . i i , .,, r ue uuout you, tncy may unwMuw t ' . i . . 1 . . t . ...M:.iAnD ill III I- i vucy niiiy cnerisu ubh.iuu.- thpv mo, ,,,.,L-, vjnir rill I I1US till J iliuj iii.ii,, O , ot their wit or cruelty never oe Ded. nnver anrorvo fin inch from the p Vim r i H.i .,,,,,., i n .1. i innacinne.e have . " j 1 1 1 v hi nuu FvXl nut tnr vaii Thev cannot, by their efforts, tako awav vour know- i Of vruiinnlf tlio riurit.V of VOUT "fs, the integrity of your character, iu generosity oi your aaiuic. ue these are left, you are, in point , unharmed. l Tim? a a- MMji m rnnfnri nf ytera to perfect health, thus enabling is man on cartn xo sheate a poniard in your body ot a aarK ... . ... ,.f ...liKnrv.. lir night, eitner tor purpusca ui i revenge. Is not the moral an obvious oue? ., , , Extremes are reactionary. imuBu all philosophy teaches us that laughter is a property of reason and wisdom, still L mark of follv. "For my or w suv the Rev. Dr. Bellows, r .. . 1 liva llVAfl to "1 sav It in ail soieiuity, ' " j " t !nnrelv Riisnicious of the piety .i .t... -iir An not lnvo nleasure in any Ol UllKIC UllVl -v. r-- r t ,.r,n.vt trust, the man that mini. x , , never laughs; that is always phwk JOHN CIaKKY' CLOTHING HOUSE, On State St., near Pearl, JUST THE PLACE TO BUY YOUU CLOTHING! SUITABLE FOR ALL SEASONS ! Hia Stock, which is unusually complete, and selected with greatest care, consist of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Men's anil Boys FnrnisHinE Goods, Men's and Boy's Boots and Shoes, Ladies'. Misses' and CMlta's Shoes. Men's Trunks and Traveling Bags, Etc. Also. LADIES' TBUNSS, Etc. Call and Examine Ills Stock NO TRUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. -Tim nam Southern Trunk Line FOR- WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia, AMD m nio tVie rleht in to nernctuate a banking monopoly that has the power to Corner money and everytl,in that money will buy. To pay me u--u. ?. - - national banks so easy tney " . what hurt 'em. 1 nem Dtcerm k. K FOLKB r. a. HtLtiiEiM BR0VGUER & BR0WXE, FEED STORE! AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, aachinery, Ficltt Seed, Etc., SOUTH OF CITY HALL, IACKSON, MISSISSIPPI. YOltK Ths abIt l.4if iinnfne Us train with I'l l.l.n.ll M.eKPIiw CA KS. Louisivlllo to WnulKtoa, AND Wasbineton to New York. Without Change! Without Transfer n...l.rr Ihreuirli lh FAMOUS MI.UK t-KAiSJ KIKilION of Kenlwcky. n- rasvnKi-rs from the South make elrrsc Con nection with the solid train of the C. A (). trn u at ImuisvllleorliOXinRtoii, and nam through all the l,eantifiil scenery on the C. A O. hy dayliiiht. T'ickcta on sale at Principal Pckot Omocji In tiie (i. P. A., tUanOMi va wuminr, n-j. hi in i. bo , f - LIS O mm lU Sao kSKKBM A'u3 a if r . i o 2 S SeJ " a. i ii mmm m - I ,:V - SIM M S, m Z iOBnaBi FOLKES & HILZHEIM, DEALERS IN Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Doors, SASH AND BLINDS. JACKSON, MISS. . . r, , MM. ASSORTMENT WE.KS1 "?,u of LOS ti LEAF TtEL- ioW l'INE LUMBER. M-Promnt attention (tiren to all WWttB OUR LINli WfteA.ri RoTAND ROLLER tor FARM OAT En. a-C.ll at our LUMBER Y A RD near Tas Ci-ab-ion omcs and aw tor youraelroi. feb.l7,'8J-ly. "tDRN, OATS, H.VY AMI IJKAS, ufclMAa j Millet, Red (lover, ete. Champion Reaper and M"owr, Hay Rake, Bnnley Plow, Threher, Peid Cutters, Uorse Powern, Sugar MilNand BfMWntort, i'i.i..r '.iru vv ni.-ii anil rionr .'i ui-, ..i.-diii i. it 'Hi SkSZLL rataa fMaaa and HaT Presses. KeiUD A Bur- .TTT .i. I ti... fees Manure ruireaacn, iiiuuim, nuuuiuiuii 111 rows, etc. iko- Alio, Barbed Wire tar Fencing jgt marJi'i2-ly. MY LIQUOR TT AS ALWAYS COMMANDED THE COM MEN - IX dation of the in st fasinllous eonnoisaeurs lor ,,.irii, licillhlii ne i mi l iN'iK'.ny, in won u iniu.1 nm Institied in sayina that it 'am Juatltted tn aaylng that It has uerer in nuanues i ,.. -, ": ; ;;; in the linen ecciKti. j fc" ,v. ---- feneration of fusil oil Is almost entirely obviated, W2T n.,i,.,.,l llstillatloli nil ile ete- Hotis suhsUneea are eliminate.! from the spirit. It is esoecially reeommendeil from Its parity and whole- aonienesa ir H,.i. .... 11. MULl.K.K oun. Sole Ai feb. 3,'i W. HaursB, enta: a-ir. .Jackaon, Miss. SEW FUllKITUU-E ! W. S. Skellingcr 8c Co., -m .. sari State ot., u acKson au.uk., FUKNITURE ! EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET. Quick Wales and Small Proflls Our Motto! GIVE IJH A. CALL! noT.lBal-tf. For Sale or Exchange. 4 VERY DESIRABLY LOCATED FARM, CON A tainina seventy acrai, well lnipn.ve.1, within one and a half mile, of the HUM &SK& lrsaleon literal terma, or will be exchanged Icr city property. Apply at Clamor Orncs. la.VHdi. MANUFACTURERS' AGEKTS, VIOKSBURG, - MISSISSIPPI. GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE Carver Eclipse Goiion Sins, Feeders ail Condensers, AMES, STSDMAN, WEST POINT AND COMMON SENSE PORTABLE AND STATIONARY ENGINES. Mlranb Qneen of the stth Corn Willis, IllaUc ii, Hiral fftram Iur..p. W.. II ! l'or .l.lf Purge, tinrd.er Wan-rBon. Ktc sc My. VMtisw. sy-o-jj. 'rUfiS I Miir '' it. (in cv. . ...... ..... ID 111. UIU UIUUIU II lw,n wi. . - . . , . . M v tjSuakf ol vnelible MM n iuk of I w,u ' ' i. l Iim. ImMiilnilllUvu, th" ii.ct f;eni" 9m i.pii i - ,i it ua own eruwtna. -1 Mi U.l v eut l.ivl SAaWataiaw f .rjy oWl. arf !!rnl! a t. a a -i- ii., .n tho iiuiiuarai USrVICHrmi aar.j wrl V i- l.,blehet 0Kn fsWM M ntnei l.'.w iCKniiim. , ........ ...Mi in th. v.Tilen. .mi on In. larmt oil .. Jaavn J. H. Orasory, Marblrtwad. Mm. p of the MH dec.20,'83-4te.o.w. i 3 ' i -wun aiteaae, u Brown iron