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The Clarion: Wednesday. January 24, 1883.
...uh PAWON. woman you'll see what 111 .-aeood and noble and true ; irk ana rti' - i . . . aA f nans mv door: lwa lime the rears pw 1 ir I'll have more time ". thine sublime; .nulies and play, til DCK1U I . . i;ul irirl now. the ye" r wv maiden laid K nf raid : :n ana BlTe uii i JJ" . .. t a WIIUUK - - tbe years p . u.j . nmn erav with Tears r.i cares and doubt and IUll - ' nff the time to be eood, .-.--...-m tn do as i snouia n old woman now. the vears pass on. tn hesin to do right ; I happy by good aeeus oi ioe, Jesus tor neip irom uuvc, Ml VOU II "l'rV """1 1 ...i ra nftM (in. lac i ' fGood Words. U plains of the norm, ana my eye L i tliA blaze of a star L L Over 1MB WUU WttDVC va nnu i; ..,,,,1.', ins It aw I (it ripsnair: .1-., n ami! wpnrifxi T trod. daring to gaie into space, . mhib rt anil 0Ana l iL 9 in on n O h a II I ppk ? IlMCt . T - ' t the dread night alone, ? voice of my soul strives to speak 9 . 11 1 tre nnri in ik iiuitk. uuBuubcu. irn iiarj v nun - - lights of life are all broken, i a wreck like tne star : SEN ATOE JAMES B. BECK, OF KENTUCKY. ft hero expires amid visions of ! and the battle. Charge. Chester, charge; on, Stanley, on! ere tne tasi woras oi .u arm ion. LOSQEVITY OF LIFE. "A verv larce number of deaths are at tribute tn uliT tn " rnntinnpd the nhv- j sician, "vet few, even of the oldest, die purely from exhaustion or gradual de cay; gome positive disease in most cases, overwhelms the small remains of vitality. Yet death from actual old age is not im possible and must be the sweetest death nf all a lfn in'rlimt th.it watis in eter nity. In regard to longevity, it is assert ed that the United States is more favor able to long life than any other country. if i . l - j i i .1. i ; : ii i canuot aDiiie enureiy ut niai opiuum I can at least agree that this country ha: MISCELLAXEOIS. $30,000 FOR $2. 52d POPCLAR elONTHLY DR.WISO OF THK siii ITTlltllsiT mil mi fllrAllllillUMllKll la tat City sf UaisvlUe, an Wednesday, January 81, 1883. i . r. ia Uat iiaiv at Mrn mnnui I can at least agree that this country has San4tr cpS,i .1 Retwatodadji-iiicaiioiMiby Fd- and can produce ten centenarians to aay erai and state t'um hae placet jhu t'iupny nf .,,v ftthpr land and I thint Wash- beyond the contmroniy of the law. To thin t- one oi any otner lana, ana 1 minx asn Mangi the wl( holl0T 0f havtag hurunited ington s body servants affirm my state- TheonW plan by which their drawUiftM are proeu merit. The average of human life hoat and fair twyoud qu.tk.n. . V n 1 in f iitnn-inv not nitw nti h&Tiil A ImrBr PARLOR SHOE STORE, JACKSON, NOW IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Boots, Sloes, Hats, Caps, Ms, Valises, I1KBEK1MS, AM GKKTLEMKli'S HALF HOSE. CALL AND EXAMINE All Solid Goods No Paper Sole Shoes. dec20,'82-l. T. T. PERSONS. l!l Spelling Eeform. -r?M1-..1 fiwa11inav Pflf Arm Afl- Koa oiinntMi t.nn to owinir lino vaxavrrv o spelling proposed by the li.ng mr llofnrm Association: 6 , ,i i Itve, vmeyara, oeiteve, orome, Drop a from so having the short , as in featner, teaintr, l-fn hfiflTt For beauty, use the old T)ron o from eo having the -. I . . . T. J short e in jeoparay, teopara. 4 nf mnrfinrnmt.. i in above, tongue, some, aozen, iL-o -or women, restore wuiirn. Drop o from o having the i as in journal, nounsn, irmmc if ' .. . . ( i! .-1 . ,.t. uranla a. nunrnn- 1 I W I . .I,l,lf E. Itrop nnai we in apwyue, iw T 5 l . Senator Beck is a Scotchman, born in the "land of bannocks" on the thirteenth of February, 1822. lie came to this country early in life, and having deter mined to be a lawyer, read and was ad mitted to the. bar. His ability for nub- lic life has received nattering recognition from his fellow-citizens of Kentucky. Hnvinp- served with distinction four forma in flip TTmisA nf T?pnrisentnt i ves at Washington, he was, in 1876, elected to the united Mates senate, to serve until March. 1 He is ft Democrat in politics, but is regarded with great re- . . i .1 . r l " . . spect Dy Dotn parties ior nis siaiesman efiin and readv skill and Dower in de- - ate. The reader will remember Sen ator Beck's bill intended to prevent the . i i i . e a i I certincation oy duiiks oi sweaoruaers fViooL-annloua ihoaf rpnrfflpntrAfth Actual IV UCLrUaitvU Ttlliai nivuij vuv iuiviiv vm WMKTI IB Mil I 1 1 f 1 1 III Jill 111(11-1 1 1 1 fill lii- Konrotirv nf t.liA Trpasurv forhiddhlff lVIVMSl J V wmmv . w-- j CI the National Banks to give credit in this way. Just now ne is strenuously cnain pioning his resolution for an investi ir.tinn nf the assessment of flrovern ment employees in tne late poimcai cam- TT i.l.J 1 Snntn that laian. i ic uu otwc m wi khw hum lis obiect in this resolution is to lay i fnnnrlatinn fur a law tn correct the al 1 orr Senator Hale, of Maine IVSjVU V -w - T presumably with the view to counteract the nartv advantage wnicn wouiu i- rrained hv the iiassaee of Mr. Beck's res olution, proposes 10 invcsiigaie ic alleged compulsion put upon saloon keeper- in enntrihiite to the Democratic fund ,,.'ir the threat, that their licences would be revoked if they refused. As S roved by his utterances in me past, nnt Ueel- iu thiiroiii'lv nnalified to iiiftwi - r l erapple with the advocates of protection in rnn rrvn i ti ir 11:41,1 it nt-i 1 1 11 1 in 111 auvi 1U I'" vwimimj fjr" ta Ho in numbered amonsr lilt II uupviivunw. U the statesmen who certainly would re duce, to begin with, tne tnree nunureu millions of dollars of the total five hun dred millions raised by the tariff, now annually going to protected manufac- f . 1 .1....... t 1. .vV nrieoa fir turers in me snap i uiku r""" their goods, as only two hundred mil lions of the total sum goes into the Uni ted States Treasury. rntt prut's for the January Drawing 1 1 lYUe, $:m,ooo 1 Priae lO.OW 1 Piie ,0fl0 10 f 1,WXI each . . lO.Otio .wi r -,rwi .... h lni.in 9 of 30 each, Appnixlraatinn Prlo 9 of iu each, Approximation lritc.i Jof 100 each, Approximation RUM 100 of SI each SlO.oOQ jnoof Meaeh io,m mo of aoeiwh 11.00 1,000 of 10ech 10,000 2,700 l.SOO HQ 1,980 lriin. Whole Tickets, $3. 27 Tiokots,;t50. Exnresu. DON'l 9lli,400 Half Tickets, $1. 55 Tiokets, $100. THE OLD RELIABLE Remit Money or Hank Draft in letter, or send hy xnre. UOS'T KKNl) BY HEtJISTKKKli LEI- Ti.ii ii; uwrjivi-'ii r iiudkii Ojrdomol laand can be sent ai our asBpan previous to the age of seven years, one- 4 if 1 r 1" a . 1 . nan oeiore reacnuig seveuieeu ; so muse who pass their teens enjoy a felicity re fused to one-half the human species. In every 1,000 persons only one reaches beyond the nineties; in every 100, only six reach the aire of sixty-five, and not more than one ii' 500 lives to eighty years. Of the upwards of 1,000,000,000 inhabi tants nf the orlotw. one-third die everv year, 91.S24 every day, 3,730 every hour andsixty every minute, jiarrieu persons live longer than single; tall men longer than short ones, and women have more chances of life in their favor previous to being fifty years of age than men have, but fewer afterward. Persons who are born in spring generally grow more robust than those who come into the world at other seasons. Deaths are more frequent by night than by day. llOV KS FATAL TO LIFE. "Have the hours most fatal to life ever been ascertained?" "Yes to a certain extent. I have the ifat hpr nf some ve-v interesting con clusions 3C2riained in 2,880 instances of death at all &rib. lhe examples are taken from all conditions ox life and during a period of several years. If the deat hs 01 tne z,au nad occurea mainer ently at any hour daring the 24 hours, 120 would have occured at eacn nour. Bu this was by no means the case. There are two hours in which the proportions were remaraaDiy dciow wu-wu mini ma, in fact namely, from midnight to one o'clock, when the deaths were 83 per rneTnXy 23,000 Titkete lid 1204 Priiw. lit .11) If . Ml lUUl O WO U V,1VV. m uiiwnril hr I'M ii v R. If. BOARIMAN. Courior-Jocrnal BuiMiug, LuuiviU, Ky. ia THt . ORDINARY DRAWING OF THE Royal Havana Lottery Which takes place at Havana, t uba, FEBRUARt IO. ltS3, There are only 23,000 Ticket lamed and 974 Prlaet Drawn. THE ORIGINAL "LITTLE HAVANA" (GOULD So OO.'S) la decided by Royal Harana Lottery, number for iriae for priia, with 230 additional pnae. E. TTER. v. SEU Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles Clocks, Musical Goods, Etc. MY BTOCK OF ABOVE IS MANY TIME8 LARGER THAN ANY SIMILAR DIS play ever on sale in JACKSON; while rich assortments and styles and reason- able prices you will nna unpreceaeniou. visvuvr null The above immense iota present an endless field for selection of LLMiA.Nl, KLAL, and I.ATI!M CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. DON'T FORGET IT! This invitation, and cheerful, polite attention is extended to all. nov.29,'82-8m. By 8EUTTER. number jr below. From 3 to 6 o clock A. M inoluaivw.nrl frnm 3 to 7 P. u. there is a gradual increase in the former of 231 per cent, above the a verage.m tne iawer oi Oi per cent. The: f i. .1 . Hunt n aim. Final b. d. g. n, r, d, f, I, z, as butt, bailiff, dull. nil AiH AT edial before anoth- Initial unaccented prefixes and a - 1 11 l.l rt ; nhhff. it'll 1 1 1 1 HVILO.UlC.i3i i.vw. - TV. X . -. . maui'ii rt r71U PHENOMENA OF DEATH. Some Strange and Startling Facts Re garding the Last Hour. . i t von ui itnr n in tumui. i iintr. 1 1 I J u ,,.... ., IJrtrt wuji flmmrp. e back to in rinder, .. 4h, THE PAINLESS NATUKK OF DISSOLUTION AND THE CAUSES OP THE DEATH RATTLE: AVERAGE AGES OF DYING AND THE HOOKS PARTICULARLY FA VORED BY THE GRIM 8PECTRE. Philadelphia Press.! ti, nenrn Wv ot the old vcar Will DC road with mournful interest by those 11 of health and vim over i HV Vavfu ------ 1,1 the threshold of the new year, tn ine i i; nf njintVis will be recorded the KS the hot cH in ckam, 1 r rhnli-r ame anrhohl. school. Stom- or nuiua.., - - :i TZTZZiTILi 18S2. ooked nopeiuiiy iorwam u UIVM If) m III f If IIC I It fit I . yilf-livr I -.;. - , I l.,l . cades ot nappy ne auiv Phu, onrl ,d final to t when to succumb to the grim spectre ,sc, - v .i HAAinanr rr tiiirri iiih i i imi-;iiw. . I I 1iAMII I II V Mllllll II MWXmiw . . . ; j: i a nnvsician oi ima ""v1 niPBfl T.IIP P nTIOITJ LI1K UirLUUlUK i r " ..i.i 5-1 -A. I . 1. .. . nhonomfina OI ueaui a bitoioi omu. , v mchajedchancea. f.,i wvfttion and lenirtliv consu ltrop g in jcign, joreign, mn- . n,other doctors, he has tttuuu . J 17 tv i : I. t.,,r, h 'i haf aruuiivu a ' -'iwm " ww.--,, - -j a- . l - mirnrttimr T.np una moineilL -,. . i i ii ...1.1 fliinnimiLiuiia v ..v... . . m haugnty, tnougn, inoh mruuy,. hnmoV1itv sooner or later have Uhange to ; wuere n uas -- r .L -l. i i.li T am (1AT1. Une oi tne hiuikb ui nmvu vinced," said the dotorin conversation yesterday, is tnat ueam is paimc. j - . . .1 ..f .1 1 ioil 1 1 1 1 mi on meantnat me munrcui ' . r I as in enough, laughter, lough, Drop i in comW. 'nu; jx ill i uivf. Dron in wife, demesne, island. Dro a in isle, demesne, rsiana. uica.iiv.. o) . nroaehes us as uih-ousi-iuuo.j o o.v i to in rfMtncw words, as in Rr"a V vea the world as painlessly W til J n .:. : a. w rite tor pn in pnwjwjjny, tilt: nil ui iv " - as it enters it. Whatever be the causes nf death, whether by lingering malady I or sudden violence, umkuiuuuu wu avnenne or asphvxia. In I ... ... 1 . -n.n iimr fmm XI nlf1- (l'l.l Wi l l II .1111111 b tl'.J.I tim otriitrcrle is lone, tirotracted Uisease, i" -so- y t jj.. and accompanied py au tu .'"f"" marks of agony wnicn uic uoajmsM maximum of death is from 5 to 6 o'clock a.m., when it is 40 per cent, above l. avavaiva. tlw nAVt flllrilltr t.llA hoiir IliO l VI I 1 w, O before midnight, when it is twenty-five per cent, in excess; a tnira nour oi ex cess is that from 9 to 10 o'clock in the mnminsT beinir 17 ner cent, above. From 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. the deaths are 1dm Tuimi-roiw. beino- 16 ner cent, below the average, the hour before noon being the most fatal. From 3 o'clock P. M. to 7 tj x. th (li atlw rise 5A ner cent, above the averacre. and the fall from that hour to 11 p. m. averages 61 per cent, below the mean. During the hours from 9 to 11 o'clock in the evening there is a mini mum nf tU rur rent,, below the averaee. Thus the least mortality is during mid day hours, namely from 10 to 3 o clock, the greatest during early morning nours, from 3 to 6 o'clock. CHILDHOOD'S VALLEV. It was a quiet valley, Set far from human ills, A sunny, sloping valley, Begirt with green, green hills. The white clouds softly knitted Uray shadows in tne grans ; Thf sea-birds potted and Htteil As they were loth to pass. A clear stream thrid the bridges, Blue, lazy smoke uocurled; Bevond its purple ridges Lay thejunquiet world. Under the ivied rafters Low crooned the sun-drowsed dovef While youthful, breezy laughter Moved on the slopes above, Where mid the flower-pied spaces We children made bright quest : Sure as we ran quick races The far seen flower was best. Thus while the sun uplifted, And flashed adown the stream, The white clouds drifted, drifted, In deep, untroubled dream. Far shines that sunny valley, Set far from human ills ; Our childhood's simple valley Begirt with green, green hills. Nor all the world's mad riot Which we have known since then Ilath touched this valley's quiet Deep ia our heart's own ken. Good Words. Schedule: Capitol Prise (MOO Capitol Priie 2,800 Capital I'riw 1,000 Tanltal Prita 1.600 . Prftm S'.'iO ftanh BOO 50 " 1.000 10 " "... ,20 20 Priiea, M2 ITltes 2 A tbe n lim ine one pproximations, lino each, to t Der preceding: and following Hrawlni, tha ) MY) 2 Approximations, S50 each (as aboTe) to the (2,500, 2 Approximations of 125,00 each (as above) to the $1,000 .... 230 Additional prixen of 95 each to the 230 tickets haying u ending numbers tha two terminal units of the number drawing the Capitol Prixe, . 200 100 N 1,150 1,204 CALL AT THE STORES OF LEMLY & SON, And Examine the Largest Stock of Goods Eror Brought to Jackson. Prizes, American Gold, . 925,420 LIST DE- THE P.OYAL HAVANA OFFICIAL CIDES EVERY PRIZE. Subject to no manipulation, not controlled by the panic in interest, honestly managed, it ia the htlnut ainmnuit mill best tliimr in the nature of a lottery that could be conceived. SSj4i See that tbe namo Gould, A Co. is on the ticket. None other are genuine. ALL PRIZES PAID OS PRESENTATION. For Information and Tickets, apply to 8HIPSEY COMPANY, G enkrai. Agents, 1212 Broadway, New York City, I Or 6 E. Randolph Street, Chicago, III., or French China, Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets. Glass Ware of Every Description. TOYS AND FANCY GOODS! WE ARE HEADQUARTERS for all kind CHOICE CROCER1ES. nov.22,'8U-2m. July26,82-ly. JNO. UN ANDEZ. Savannah, da. -TUB- Chesapeake anil Ohio A. M. PAXTON & CO.. Founders and Machinists, Also in Stock and for Sale: "Our Patent Friction Steam Cotton Press." RAILWAY. THE NEW- Southern Trunk Line FOR rr . . . r , sir." whisnrprl the waiter e r . . ... , . - J ... U V. V. I have?" beans and peas?" sir." your rnflTuo KlarV nt n.irht and muii v 'iui .ui'i ii.ti no y - .. i .. e . "uu eniarcred liver maiae oi ioui n tifrSl fl Vtxl t (vimi-nnfno if BIT r uij f .uii i 1 1 1 . ior neaven 8 sane ormg uo BUr miTin tt it fnr it'a ft whole I'l run i .... i . i. .... , . i r.fiT null, Btnaine hotel coffee." . n r a. . l'.ii l : J. a. av All rvn ' to noat a ballon. iann mftj:A!flA mA tkat rolilWPB uimiuuy nuiu ... - tlfVnMa ...A mt.fTariwta Parker's utuc. tr. in i n r . . :4. th thp plosini? scene of life coffee 1 Did you ask if I would Inched and pallid features, the plied a guest at a vievtr j thc upturned eye, therday. v , lnhorious. ratthnc respi- anu me '. ., ii it. .-i.: Tiooth iloes not .strike all the or lauuu. jv..v.- eans of the body at the same time; some mav tiesaiu to '"vr i u iot tn mve uo the ner- ii ti (rid ii ii" ill i iuv i a fornianceof their functions. As death H;i inrnr iicuiiit- Kiauun.r more uuu iiiuiv "j-i- ' , are loaded with an increased quantity of the fluid which natunuiy luoricaits u.--mirfaces. The atmosphere can no longer come into contact with the minute blood vessels spread over tne air-v. . uut Ant permeating this viscid fiuid-hence the rattle. Nor is the contact sufficient y perfect to change the black venous pared fluid consequently issues from the tungs into .the W transmitted to every umt. ."-e------ . I m.. i, m v,. it and us en- eTc appear to be lulled thcrdby to Hope. It is somewhat singular that it U the little State of Rhode Island, least of all the 8tates in the Union, that should have inscribed unon her leal tue one wuru, nope, uni WOUl'l llima IHt IIIU luuuuri. v. .nc uimm had foreseen that in its chief city, Provi dence, there wouhl afterwards be discovered aremedj for the sfflicte d, which has inspired more hope in the heart of the sick than one nresen ted to the public. But whether they dreamed of Hunt's Remedy or not, that rocilicine is produced in Rhode Islnud. and embodies in it the cheering word of her o..i. 11 unn Nnr ilo it hid men hone onlv to mock their hopes, but with power to V . i if. .. 1 1 L. . . I. .. .. .1, . .. Batisiv ana cure, m nu uirj weakness of the back produced by an iitfec tion of the kidneys, or other ailment of the kidneys or urinary organs, Hunt's Remedy uL i i ,., . iii . . 1 1 will i.i. t . COnlCS Willi liupir. lij both Little Rhody and Little Rhod.y's most celebrated production, Hunt's Remedy. WASHINGTON, Baltimore, Philadelphia, AND NEW YORK ! The only !,! rnnnlnff ttm entire truln with IM iliEKPINU CABS. L,utTlll to 'u-h I njion. -AND- WaithiiiKtoM o iew York. Without Cliangc! Withont Transfer PaxHlns- ttarenffh thi PAWOi'S 111. I Ii UIUSN KbUIVil oi Kentucky. MT Piuwengers from the South mako eloao Con nection with the eoliil train of the C. A O. train at Iwuliville or Lexington, an'l na-w thrmich all thc beautiful scenery on the C. 1 O. by dayliKht. Ti. ki ts on sale at Principal Ticket Offices in the South. JAMES C ERNlr, II W. FULLER, ien'l West'n Agent U. P. A., llichniond, Va. Louisville, Ky. NEW FURNITURE 1 VV. S. Skellinger &Co., State St., Jackson Miss., HAVE ON HANI) AM) AIU. liW Ulu DAILY, THE MOST f'OMI'I.ETE PiTIX'K Of H i UK r. rfi m 5 "w!m 5 3 -a rvr-.'- was 1 MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS, ;i?;rgenmll tranquil sleep-filled withdreams which impel the dying to murmur out the names of friends and 55 oSupaUons and recollections of pas lSe The rusUc 'babble of green field-,' Armed to thc Teeth It is a very common expression, but wc think that armed to embellish and preserve them to a ripe old ago is decidedly more appropriate. This can be done by keeping yourself supplied with a bottle of that gplendid dentifrice, Fragrant Sozodont, .Ji.;.. i, will rwantifv the teeth and preserve .i fri.n, th rvam of decay. BOZO- 111' Hi ... - , . DONT contains no acids or gruiy suoatancea ...u:nii Sninro the pnamcl. but is com Dosed herbs, which have a beneficial effect on the whole economy of the mouth, ooia dj arugKisw. FUKNITUBE ! EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET. Quick MnlM and Waunll l'rotttn War iKiiiii i GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE Carver Eclipse Coii.ii Ik, him and Condensers, AMES, STBDMA1T, WEST POINT A1TD COMMON SENSE PORTABLE AND STATIONARY ENGINES. Sir-:. ltecti of the Sostth Corn .tlllli-, llhihe & ItiTsU Mtirnm I,,n.P-. llnflalo IrtHlle ForKi-m, (Jaidner oyror, Ktc. GIVE nov.l6,'8J-U. U8 A. CALL! For Sale or Exchange. A VERY DESIRABLY LOCATED KAKM, U tainln? seventy acres, well Improved, within one and a half miles of the State Capitol, Is offered , for sale on liberal terms, or will be exchanged for city property. Apply at Clajmos Off ic. LATALOGJJ Bi " Mr Vmttl and Flower CalUoc 1 HNB will tw Will rRH lo au who mwm 'y. lakt i('iii neat! lit, i-tatiithuient wan. i' no nmr 1 1 a. U All irnl frnm UJVl -1 o t i-ulh iiert sml true m name. . .a... Zw i. - - - - .,(.,..:.. i .i.,rec lo refill the I to I ir. wiai siimiiM ii WW": v. order finu. My colKctmn of vegetable iei n one aim Ihh nart of it if of my own frowinj. A I f!mtci Marfcl -cd Knrly Oeri, tt.e llub-.r nil . u,. in oiiiri - - . a i ,r ,.i miht.r mill. riMcM smlcm ths i.rmi fl tSoH who pit ir ni s'JL'A" n. .lamas J. M. OrMory. Maiblsluud, M , dec.20J'82-4t.e.o.w.