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The Clarion: Wednesday. January 17, 1883.
clarion. rftiH TWO BRIDES. BY B- BTOSDAKO. tMm - IrirV r two mu r"" j ' H . ..... i. ore fair and tweet: v,.r bridal robe. 0,ih winding sheet Tie ehoritertsng the hymn,, I J0! a r im were remd Th jWlv . . Jne for life to life, one to death wuwl. went to their bridal beds, 1 jBloreliness and bloom- On "!:7'r7h Ooe in a ' 1 ' nae to the world of sleap, ..v.h in the arms of lore, l.d one in the arms of death, One on tue biuh , To a world of sin and pain, gut ,he other was happier far, il never woke again. sWWs" Wedding Novelties. n - -rta t Ijm 1 tl 11 ir 1 1 1 r nf larnA.. mr a lllilil " ' Mi T- 1 i r ii rniin" UUHn iucj;ucr. ixiiu " p. -1 t . -1 i 1 . . rand las "vca uear v"eau, u pved here this afternoon, pursuing the lau-iv-i. in iiiniKM turr nnc uiar- r . :.,!. 1 ...:n I lit Joncsviiic, jmii-u., auu njj-Tiuri . . i 1 Ithat city to-iugm, accompanied rv attcriu v. lie expects 10 return wun Idattguter at an nuzarun, aim witien- ror to prosecute txreen. ne day last week, Judge Greer, of Mthonie, OS., heard a loud call from street. nax uo you wish ; asKea 1 judge of a young man who sat in a rgy a iirettv girl being by his side. W ' .. :a u iv le&se IllitriV ""i nam JUUIU. ljj iv ' impaired tne omeiai, looting the girl- "Yes," she said, and the ,rs were married as mey ai in me Alter tne couple nau ridden ay' the girl's father drove hurriedly to swear ai empty an. marriage at sunrise was novel bugh to make the Dalton, Ga., people that It U'U BUUll.HUIlg lUHlllIlllC . .1 A A ll i! 1 hut it. i liiev ki at me particulars, lich according to the local paper, were Ifollows: "The bride s parents, who are Bl-to-do people of Uordon county, I the wedding, but as the old say- r joes, 'love laughs at locks,' etc., etc. i bride was stolen anu eiopea 10 tnis with the eroom auite earlv this rning, travelling all the latter part of b night. Arriving in this place the fense was procured, the minister called ad the knot tied. I he wedding created ne excitement in this city. A large aber of people witnessed the services. le groom is a well-to-do young man, a it ot the late Judge u. A. waiKer, 01 h place, while the bride is a charming ling lady. 1 comedy of errors finds place in the al columns of some of the Eastern ore papers, uu tne zucn 01 tne Inth iust past John H. Wilson Mrs. West, of Sewickly, Beaver lintv, this State, appeared at Chester a, Md., in search ot a runaway couple. e lover was Mr. Wilson's son, and the ll was Mrs. West's daughter, Omer tng the name of the voufh and Vir- hia that ol the lass, lo questioners at fcestertown Mr. Wiison and Mrs. West plied that they had offered no obiec- r..a .1 1 lu to the marriage, tne elopement v ' . pnsr a romantic treak. 1 he lovers had en traced to various Pennsylvania ran, and at last to Kent countv, Md. r. Wilson and Mrs. West remained in lestertown for several days, but could km nothing as to tho exact wherc- puts ot the young tolks. Un the day I the departure of the elders the elop- pair drove into Chestertown for the irpose ot surrendering, but they wore ilate. HON. EOBEBT H. V. . 8ENA10R-EL&T COLQUITT, FOE GEOEGIA. Alfred H. Colquitt, recently elected I nited States Senator for Georgia, for the full term beginning March 4, next, was born in Walton O.untv, Georgia April 20th, 1824. His father served in both the House of Representatives and the Senate at Washington. The Senator- lect was educated at Princeton College, where lie was graduated in 1844. A year afterwards he began the practice of the law at Macon, (ieorgia. lie fought in the Mexican war with the rank of Major, and was an aide to GeRffSl Tav lor at Buena Vista. In 1848 he resumed the practice of the law at Macon. He was elected a member of the Thirtv- third Congress as a Democrat, in the year ioj, nut declined renomination at the expiration of his term, on account of the death of his wife. In 18.311 and 1860 he served as a delegate to the Na tional Democratic Conventions, and was an elector on the Breckenridge and Lane ticKet. lie tought with distinction in the Confederate army, and rose to the rank ot llrigadier-general. At the close of the war he entered the insurance business. His appointments in 1868 and 1870 as delegate to the National Demo cratic Convention and as president of the Democratic State Convention respective ly, and his being delegate to the Balti more Convention of 1872, were his lead ing political honors from the period of the war until his election as Governor of his native State, in 1876. He was re-elected for a second term, and retired at the beginning of November, 1882, when Governor Stephens succeeded him. Ex-Governor and Senator-elect Colquitt gives great encouragement to agriculture. He was made president of the State Agricultural Soeietv in 1870. In person he is large and handsome. He is digni fied but kindly, gentle but firm: arid is an earnestly religious man, and a leading member of the Methodist Episcopal Uhurch feouth. The Woman's Annex at Harvard. After Twenty Years. A FATHER AXh DAUGHTER MEET MU TUAL EXPLANATIONS ENTERED INTO. Special Dispatch to the Globe-Democrat. Hannibal, Mo. Quite a sensation occurred here on Monday last, which it was the intention of the parties most in terested to suppress; but your corres pondent "got on," and given the facta as related by one who knows. In 186S, in Schuyler county, Ky., a man and wife named Mc Ann "were divorced. They had two children, a boy and a girl. By mutual agreement the mother took the daughter and the father the son. The father went to Indiana, where he mar ried again, while the mother remained in Kentucky, where she found a second affinity. Subsequently Mrs. McAnn also went to Indiana to live, while Mc Ann left there and came to Titist'ield, 111., where he resided up to a few days ago, when he came to Hannibal to make his home. The son died about a year ago, and the father did not know whether the daughter was dead or alive. About a year ago the daughter, now a grown woman, left her mother and went Id Kentucky to live with her aunt. A month ago the aunt accompanied by the young lady, removed to Hannibal, and on Monday lat the daughter, in conver sation with a lady here, stated that she thought she had some relatives in Mis souri named Brown,Jt she did not know where to look for them. The lady sjwkeii to remarked that she knew u family of Browns here who were related to some of the Kentucky Me Anns. This led to a clew, and Mis Me Ann at once dropped a letter to J. F. Brown, who is in the employ of the Northwestern Lum ber Company, asking an interview and appointing a place of meeting. Mr. Brown recognized the name SI that of a cousin whom he had never seen, and ept the appointment accompanied by her father, for such he proved to be. As neither had seen the other for twenty years, explanations took place which readily convinced theniot their relation ship, and to-day father and daughter are happily united, and living beneath the same roof once more. MISCELLANEOUS. $30,000 FOR $2. 53d FOITLAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THE la ik City f UaisvlUe, Wednesday, January 31, 1883. Th Irwiiies occur on the last dT of each month iSuncUjr excepted.) Rrprtt adjudication! by Kcd- rral and Slate Court harp nlarod tills Cniuiuuir hfTond the iinitrororr ol lllc lnw. To thi Com naiiT Mono i he id honor of having inaugurated th only plan by which their drawingm arc proven honem and fair tieyond nuratton. N. B. The Company has now on hand a large capital and rracrre fund. Head carefully the Hat of prues for the January 13ra.-wir.sr s 1 Prliw ...... .Stfi.nw 1 IVue 1.1.000 1 I Vile R,0(W Hi ,.( i,ini each . . I0.no.) 20 of vxicacli . . lo.iiofl a of Hi' each. Approximation Prices 9 of MO each, Approximation Matl 9 of 100 each, Approximation Pkteat 100 of ft nn ear h flMW 200 of SO each in.ono 00 of 2 each 12,000 1,000 of 10 each 10.000 I, son yoo 1,900 IViies. Whole Tickets, $2. 27 Tickots,$50. fU2,tO Half Ticket!, $1. 55 Tickets, $100. Remit Moriev or think Praft in Letter, or send bj Expn. IKJW'T fKNIi I'.Y Ul.tilrEREl) 1.11 TKlt OB PCXST-OlMCK OBDKS, rders of $,1 and Uo ji'l, .v .pns run he M-nt at our cs iic. Addretv ail orders to R It BOABftHAH, Oourler-.l n rngl iiuilding, Ixniisville, Ky. liprl.9,'S.'-ly. PARLOR SHOE STORE, JACKSON, 3XIS. NOW IN STOCK A. FULL LINE OF Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ms, Mses, IMBRKLUS, Alt tiRITL&MEI'S HALF HOSE. CALL AND EXAMINE All Solid Goods No Paper Sole Shoes. dec20,'82-lm. T. T. PERSONS. THE OLD RELIABLE Have used Parker's Ginger Tonic too suecesstullv lor cougns ana uowei com plaints to dread them. Ed. PRIZES0F THlHlAREM. The Art of Remembering. II believe, however, that the true nie.tli- of rtrcnKthenintr the nn'iuorv is to lltivate a habit of elose and careful at- htioii. What is read, heard or seen lould not be dismissed instantaneously, (t should be as it were, revolved in the nd for a moment. This may at first love a little irksome, and may give a Irtain appearance of sluggish apprehen- pn, but it will not long be so, and the in will he found incalculable. Robert loudin, the great French conjurer and cnamcian, givea an interesting ae- wnt of the origin of the "second sight ucn nc invented, ana wnien was onght to such a pitch of perfection by s late Trof . Heller. He says that as s and his son walked along the streets Ey would look at windows crowded a. toys or jewelry. Then they would h write down as many articles as they ma .recollect having seen, and going , would verifv their lists. Very , ml . " i he savs. his son could with one com lehensive glance take in every article martrc. well-iurnished window. Uou- n then conceived f he idea of the sec N sight, prepared an elaborate system .mnemonics, and made his fortune. " Heller's exploits in the same line ' almost ineri'ifihle. It is needlnas to insist noon the CX- eme value of a eood and trustworthy leraory. Pettv annovances as well as Nous inconveniences are the result of prgetfulmss, and !most forgetfulness is P result not nf nnv nrcranie defect or Mrid condition, but of simple heed less, and the habit of ' lettintr things ' at one ear and out at the other." The Nabobs of the Pacific Coast. A sonf writor lnnrr iiirn mild : "Ijfit IT10 Mketheho llnrlanf n nnfinn nnd TearonOt u9 makes the laws." The people of the f;'iwxi states west of the Kockv Monn- as can trulv sav that when the Lnited Ftes (rovernment makes railway kings, Fwd up hv subsidies of money and Ritory, no matter who makes the laws, Fn a nionortolv will irovern Concrress, t ..r-- .o .. . " w legislatures, and the lugli courts ' Judicature. Helen D. Brown writes in Woman's Journal of the Woman's Annex at Har vard that there are two recitation rooms, which Mr. Howclls might call "sincere ly bare," but which are amply com fortable for their purposes. It was at the opening of the afternoon session that I happened to be present. Through the rooms sounded the happy school-girl chat and laughter. I listened and looked to see if these young girls had caught the severity of their studies, but I could not see that they were strikingly or pain fully dinerent trom other girls in their teens. I saw neither blue-stocking nor butterflies, but many earnest young taces, alight with intellectual life. In the sun ny parlor, with itsjiome-like belongings, had gathered l'rof. Hill's rhetoric claw. A half dozen young ladies sat about in formally While the professor read his lecture. He had just delivered the same lecture to the sophomore class in college, and adapted it to his present audience by means of frequent parentheses. It was something after this fashion? "Un less a man acquires a taste for reading before he goes into business (or a woman before she" marries), it cannot be culti vated in after life. The trouble with the writing of you young men is that you have nothing to say. (And the same, I regret to add, is true of young women). I have seen letters writ ten by graduates of Harvard College that would disgrace a boy of ten. (Of graduates of the annex I am not yet pre pared to speak.) Whatever the liberal ly educated man (or woman) should or should not know, no argument is needed to show that he or (she) should be able to write good English." Do the annex girls enjoy the advantages of Cambridge soeietv? is a question often asked. No; partly because the students arc working women, without leisure for frequent en gagements; partly because Cambridge society is nusy ana aDSorneu, anu uoes not go out of its way to offer the annex social culture. Cambridge, England, is said to have adopted uirton and Newnham with motherly cordiality, an example that might be gracefully follow ed by its American naniesake. they sec much of the Harvard students? ia it nitestion that soon follows. No; their work never brings them together, and thev show, on all occasions, a whole some in'dirterence to each other's pres ence. The annex students have perfect freedom in arranging their homes. They nffin board iii groups of three or four, and thus enjoy that taste of boarding school life without which no girlhood is niiit,. imnn ete. lhe Hoard ot Mana gers among whom are Mrs. Arthur Oilman, Mrs. Agassiz, and Miss Long fellowexercise a friendly- care over the health and happiness of the students. HOW ENGLISH GIRLS ARE DECOYED INTO THE BERAGLIOS OF THE EAST. It is quite notorious, says the London World, that every harem in tho East aims at getting a European tenant for it. Year after year, girls arc reported to be missing from London or Paris or Brus sels without anyone knowing what has become of them. In a few days they are forgotten; they may have drowned themselves, become reformed or died tbeir usual death. Sometimes the story is that the girl has been decoyed to Bel gium; though why Belgium, which is blessed with a plethora of that particu lar species of frailty, should cart coals to its own Newcastle is not easy to explain. Meantime it is impossible to pass along the streets of Lxmdon without seeing snaky-eyed Orientals peering into the faces of millinery girls ; and he must be an unobservant traveller indeed who has sailed in a Peninsula and Oriental steam er for Alexandria or Port Said without meeting the same rapscalliens escorting rosy-cheeked damsels Utiroward. lhe i (tij.1 l il .'i supply is pernaps a miie less man it us"d to be when Ismail Pschs ran special trains foe the convenience of his consign ment from Europe. But that in Egypt, India, 1 urkey and the Orient generally, every harem of any consequence keeps in its cilded cage one or more frail or foolish Britons is a fact which it is need less trying to deny, though it is humili ating to confess. These wretched girls are tempted by a life of eaM and Indolence. Thev are 'dazzled by a show of jewels. fine clothes and the stories of the geor- geous East, and find too late that they have entered a squalid prison, anna women as heathen as any whom the world can show, and with whom it is im possible to exchange a word to while away the loneliness of a life which lias lost its novelty. So long as they keep the favor of their lord, thev are objects of persecution and plots ; when they lose it, their lot is junhappy beyond concep tion. Such stray lambs are seldom sought after, though to their relatives they are as much lost as if they had plunged into the sea. The harem rarely surrenders its prisoners, and if it did they are too ashamed to return, poor and disillusioned. IN THE ORDINARY DRAWING OK TllE Royal Havana Lottery Which takes place at Havana, Cuba, JANUAB . 1883, There arc, only 23,000 TickoU issued ami 974 lrlzea Drawn. THE ORIGINAL "LITTLE HAVANA" (GOULD &, CO.'S) '. decided by Royal Ilarana Lottery, number for number irizc for prise, with 230 additional Jirizes. Only 23,000 Tickets and 1204 Prizes. Schedule: 1 Capital Prise, .... 1 lapum rrue, 1 Capital l'rlie 1 Capital lMe 2 I'n.-, $290 each 20 lTIe, 50 " . . 942 IMzen, 10 " 2 Approximations, (lOOnach, to the mim iier precediiiK and follow hie the one drawing the 89,00 2 Approximation!), $50 each (as above) to to tho $2,890 230 Additional prises of $1 .eli to the 230 tk'ketM having at ending numbers the two terminal units of tho aumbtff drawing tin- Capital I'riae, . $91000 2,'WO 1,000 50 501) 1,000 9,420 200 100. I.I.V) 1,204 . American (rold. THE ROYAL HAVANA OK1-ICI.VL CIDKS EVERY PRIZE. LIST DE Suhjoct to no manipulation, lottery that could I oonoeived. nut controlled bv tin- parties In Interest, honestly nNUIMM, H la me fairest, siiuamit and host thing in tho nature of See that the name tiould A Co. is on the ticket. None other aro genuine. ALL PHIZES PA I li on PRESENTATION. For Information and Ticket, apply to SII1PSEY COMPANY, CMtlBUt Aokmts, 1212 Broadway, New York City, lUssfD. I .INo. It. FERNANDEZ, July26,82-ly. Savannah, (ia. -Till'.- EL v. 8ETJTTER, JAIKSOF, MISSISSIPPI. Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles Clocks, Musical Goods, Etc. "II Y STOCK OK AltOVK IS MANY ill plnv ever on sale in JACKSON TIMES LARGISH THAN" ANY SIMILAR PI8 while rich assortments' ami styles and reasou- n-tilo Drieea von will liml nniirceeilentcil. 1 lie above immense lots iireseut an endless tielil tor seleetu nnd .f ELEGANT, RIAL, LASTING CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. DON'T FORGET IT! This invitation, ami choorful, polite attention is extended to all. iiov.2!,'82-3m. By BEDTTEB. CALL AT THE STORES -OF- S. LEMLY fc SON, And Examine the Largest Stock of Goods Erer Brought' to Jackson. French China, Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets. Glass Ware of Every Description. TOYS AND FANCY (JOOD8! ITWE ARE HEADQUARTERS for all kind CHOICE OKO0E1UES. noT.22,'8!2-2m. A. M. PAXTOItf A CO.. Founders and Machinists, Also in Stock and for Sale: "Our Patent Friction Steam Cotton Press." Cliesayeake and Ohio Armed to the Teeth It is a very common expression, but we think that armed to embellish and preserve them to a ripe old age is decidedly more appropriate. This can be done by keeping vonrself supplied with a bottle of that splendid dentifrice, Fragrant HOZODONT, which will beautify the teeth and preserve them from the ravages of decay. Sozo-A PONT contains uu ueiun ui i inj nuuiuut--n which injure the enamel, but is composed of rare and antiseptic herbs, which have a beneficial etlect on the whole economy ol the mouth. 8old by druggists. RAILWAY. Till: SKW- Southcrn Trunk Line FOIl WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia, AND NEW YORK ! The only Uan runsiliitr ltn entire train with im:i:ii mu vahh. L.nlvtlle to Wawhlnvton, AMD li 3 - li (J 3 c a h V t a How to Abate the Tramp Nuisance. Texas Sifting. Let women be brought up to habits of industry and economy and learn to -support a husband, and the tramp nuisance will soon cease. Watermelons in December. Cksonvillo fFla.1 TInion.1 I The Braidentown Progress gang bad a Ponded watermelon for lunch on the Ht. How is this for weather. i-smitten Northerners? ye The Tailor's Art in Massachusetts. Boston Globe. In a town not many miles from Bos ton, a man stepped into a neighbor's house where he aaw the heat! of the family ly ing upon his back on the floor, and his wife standingover him as he thought with a threatening air He was about to with draw when the mostrated man shouted: "Come along in, Steve; She is only chalking me out a pair of pants. ue attended a ball danced to a late hour-rbecame tverheated went home thinlv clad, in a cold, damp night air and caught cold. Next day headache loss of appetite slight fever dry skin pains and aches chilly sensations indisposi tion to get up, ltemedy one bottle Dromo- goolc s tungluh remote liulert. "Tough on Chills," Cures 5 cases for 25 cents in cash or stamps. Mailed by John Parhatn, Atlanta, G?. Bailey's Salise Ateeient is now rec ognized as the best and cheapest, and most pleasant cathartic in use, for the special cure of headache, constipation heartburn, acid stomach, dyspepsia, etc. It cools and quiets, while ai a sparkling summer beverage, it 11 dUiguuui. WnMbington to New York. Without Change ! Without Transfer I'awinir tliroueh the FAMOUS KM i: ORAM RKCilON of Kentucky. W Passenger from tho .South make eloso Con- nection with UU! KUd tnun Ol tiiei. . A. o. tram at LMsrrUla "t Iexlngton, and ria tlirmigh nil UKt Ik :iiilinil seenerv m the t'. A O. Iiv davllulit. Tic kets on sale at 1'riutirial Tlc-ket omces In the loath, JAMES C. KKSEMT, H. W. I'l'I.I.EK, Uen'l West'n Agent P. A., RlflhUHWi Vs. UMUSTUM, Ky TrJ la 3 a SSI 9nnnnnnnnnsnnnnLnnnVH P MANUFACTUBERJi' AENTS, VIOK.SBUR.Gr, - NEW FMME ! W. S. Skellinger & Co., State St., Jackson Miss., TTAVK ON HAND AND JjL I'AH ! AUK REfTCIVlN'; Till; MUST OMI'LETE STOCK OF TPU HNITUBB EVEK BKOUOUT TO THIS MARK El'. tnlck Malest nnd Mmall Protttst Our Mntto ! GIV I US JIl CALL! nov.irj.'sa-tf. GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE Carver Eclipse Cotton Gins, Feeders soil Condesscrs, AMES, STEDMAN, WEST POINT AND COMMON SENSE PORTABLE AND STATIONARY ENGINES. Siratib 0.nten of the Month Corn .13111. Itluke Ac Etlral Nteam Pump. Buffalo Portable Vorfsnm, linnlner Govn nor, Etc. For Sale or Exchange. A VERY DESIRABLY IX'ATED FARM, COS talnlnir seventv seres, well IniDm.exl. within un.. ami s half miles uf the .Stale Caiiltiil, Is offered I forssleon lltrl terms, or will be exchanged Icr Apjiiy ati;i.AJUn vrrn.iL ' . 1 Mr TMwttmble and Flower fteed CatAlonme for L 1 WWm wiTle v m Mtll to all who apply. Custoaien of I l ist traion neel not write for it. All fcoca sent from my I euMUhmant w i-t itcl to be both fresh ami true to name, I ao far, that should u prove otherwise.! agree to renll the I order gratis. My collection of vegetable seed ts one of I uie ai'isi sSMSSSSii o m ue lounu m any American t-aiaiogiie, m l a large part of It U of my own growing. At tbtl original Introottcrr or Karly ffhlo a 5 ii llurbsnL I rataUMfc Msrblrhrud Ksrlr Cm. 11.- Il.fc.sr.ll Kl.s.h, Msrblrhrsd C.bb.. Phl.nr,'. M.lo., I i.vjie. 1 snd . .core of oilier new VMrallbttS. 1 invite thm tjmkib- I Sic of the put. lie. in llie MM snd on the anil of! OH who plant my unl will be found my tint tdrmuiv I dec0,'82-4t.e.o.