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The Clarion: Wednesday, January 24, 1883.
The Fraternities. What Masons Believe. j If t r XT I M. Pant Uranu axamxi 1. jm.. jiunij, in innUftl report on foreign uorrespon- . A f it till firarwl T sAim Untie. preit- "-6 t roeets next montn, opens witn tne allowing retrospect, which will be read rfth interest by the Craft. "The char cter of the Masonic Order depends on l. moral character of its members," is ,olden text that ought to be enshrined Very Masonic heart! It affords your Committee Tery great jeasure to announce that the cause of Br ancient and honorable Order is on (jrd and upward in all the Grand Juria jctions with which we are in commu icstion. During the two last Masonic most an 01 me controversial ana ietional questions, which in some Mrree tended to disturb the harmony of . ci,.j;... 1 n j 01 our in uiuaLr aim vriunu 1 1 1 : l j , ... - rr y J riter hereot does not know of any within his somewhat protracted ..11 oo rpji r wiiht ircniHr linirv it timent and fraternal anection existed Mmir Krrnf.liprlUUiH vovwhPfo tit in Ml 11" VI VW-"-'MVWWT 111 II, bUUU we are incunea 10 tne opinion t. uommiwees on orresponaence. rough their courteous and fraternal re- ..n Iviva riimri mien mi nmuii uharp these results. There still remain unsettled eomc cations of Masonic law and practice ttitrrhp ( Jrand .1 uristlietims hut. when consider that each one is sovereign independent, we should not marvel differences of opinion, especially when r do not disturb thageneral harmony, do not deem it advisable to enum e these differences in this place, as . .. i ,1...... ..-.II I.,. ... I :.. , ,. ... g of the proceedings of the different id Lodges. There is one subject, v.:..u . .... : j. " I 111 I . .Ll 1 III in:-1 1 II I I I V I I I I I . 1 1 I II M i .. f i. ...... .,,. ... ii.. , i ; ....... i which we propose to make allusion. is a delicate one, as our brotherhood all supposed to be of one mind, and Masonic pulse beats in unison every- HV What is Masonry? Or, is Masonry 15 O We have a venerable brother, now his four score years, who says v is an institution of Divine ori- Ve belong to that class of Masons believe that our main foundation on the teachings of the three Grand ii.ru u tii i i. nil' i in i iiii ii ri i 11 ill 1 1 1 u u r l A i l ; . of Christians alone, it does not lay in id ill i n. i i i i' 1 1 i i i i i i i i i 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 i . foundation of it is a belief in God, every member agrees to obey the 1 . 1 1 li We believe in God the resur- on in 1. 1 if. ii v i i lie. lmnmrui irv i it . tl i 1 i e soul. We don t ask any candidate Masonry whether he believes in Masons believe that Christ has - il J.I- Htf i. ; A. come. Home Masons believe m (tod Christ, and that the Old and New ru ii,n win. Iiva irt oin nml malm nr i T X . 1 m 1 1 tiii rL iiim iiii'ii u.i Trim n i wi nirn ivwvfii i ii iiiw o n I i vest mil k nft nrnuT - to what is, in this age, termed a us life. We speak sometimes of Greek, Hindoo, Jewish, Christian Mohammedan religions, but we do speak of Masonic religion. Yet i are many who belong to the Ma : Order who believe it is a pretty religion, and it is perhaps better they should have, that much respect litrion than to isnore it altogether. et us look at the definitions of Relig bv the Vist lexicoirranhers. nnd let. rD , " ' n take his soul after death to the where Masons teach in the burial e and in the Lodge of Sorrow, he is tea to go. cannot enlarge on this subject We submit these thoughts briefly iw the spirit of toleration which ani- to vr, i rt It has so manv of the elements i(nAT11C' u nrnpnaa 1. 11 1 1 . .mmiiiiiiwl. If. r i ...vimn. l.k.i . I'll, i.iir.u" . V an classes of men who believe in and the moral responsibilites rest- on them to keep His Law. One of American Grand Lodges recently rc- tne initiation of a respectable gen H who declined to recognize God. I iii I , : 1 1 i 11; 1 1. lu a DUUIIUV Wl&WftVAAAUK character of the Masonic Order M (iTl thn m urn 1 Ii m ruotnr fit 1 f u U r ... ..1 i " i . ii loan wnt w rri ii i(i i t . ' . . i v i i c i ,i lint lunv nil mb name of God in vain. It is bias- -i i luiatcn vi iuv hi. i iv .-7 , receives after he enters our sacred . The outside world decides he is much of a genuine Mason. Gam- swearing, drunkenness, and all VicPS arc' wnll Vnnwn tn Ko fr1wl- Kv 1.1. - . v . If . 1 1 1 1 , irjHTiuuifs. iuhii y irouu-uenri-ru. ( UUIIC-UIIIIUCU UlVil Hl'llllt;' III o uumiuAnin 'uetner Masonrv is relisnon that will " thO VI II tl ill" nil i t liin..ii nil ,1.1, r- . VI J 11' 'Li IV "VUIII . , HI ll Vn 11 i f n I1111 timFAauinn nml if --.v. U UMIIIIIDIVUJ MUU ould find bv a virtuous life, that alvation of that immmortal part "D which Mnmiiw tm-li- rfinuirps taill'l' Inivoril nvrl .mil f.iilli in w "v vvriSU UUVI U .1 VA ....... i Mrd .Tnmiii fUriat " l... it, .1 1 r 1 .1 . ua ' 111 ni, 10 uiivnuj atennintr-stonG nnd has not far ive told what Masonrv exacts ot RlCmlwr anA iUn nm fiinrlamntl. PHnciples whir.h wn nrnff e"'lU ill Til'., in noiMiuiin r' (,. moVa a . -.1 .1. ..v.. 1 i.n. 1 . i.. uc.ts&A. n. We do not indu ce in remarks to provoke controversy ny quarter. Our Ancient Ijind- .'111 ('.....: 1 ... : 1 I.. . vuiuiilulium t'l 1 MHIV ui r w iaawmn, ana an our lawn, ad regulations are based upon l, .) . 1 . . I incy are based upon the inornl oe liolv horinturcH are found in of Masons, and overv mem- rn.i... . 1 . ' . T r. lQat no ldge or body of men --uiuni virtues rann, nop' Uanty, Brotherly Love, Relief and - Mason up to a hnrh sxadc and Plattorm hffri a nrotane - r THE CIRCLE. A Mafoni 8ong computed by a member of Tnaity Lodge, No 10, New York. tirtfi 'liiiiup We meet ai a circle, our title' the fame, May the circle of honor be ever our fame, My fnendfhip and truth be the bans of all, And mirth and good humor be found in oar Hall. And oh, may we ne'er from this maxim de , Prt The circle of honor engraved on etch heart CBOaCi United with virtue, infaiee tht delight, E i pre fled by our worfhipful inafter this night. The fun is a circle of splendor moft bright The moon is a circle which governs the nKht, The Stars they are circles, the world too be fides. Is a well balanced circle on which we all ride; Then from this firm maxim let's never de L Prt, The circle of honor engrav'd on each heart. United with virtue, c. May each to his friend be both conftant and true, And anger or malice be far from his view : May avery good Mason live long lo ac quire Renown for his deeds, and to wiidoin as pire. And ftill may we ne'er from this maxim de rm. prt' The circle of honor engrav'd on each heart. United with virtue, &c. Note Col. J. F. H. Claiborne sends to the editor of this department the following, which he clipped from the Mississippi Mes senger published at Natchez, in 1308, by John Shaw and Timothy Terrell. You can avoid permature grayneas by using Parker's Hair lialsam, distinguished for its cleanliness. FASHION POINTS. Elaborate lace ribbons fichus are much worn. Black velveteen is the favorite walking suit. Byron collars of fur have taken the place of boas. Birds of various kinds are used to ornament muffs. Bonnets with cloth brims are much worn. crowns and felt A Jersey waist is a valuable item in a lady,s wardrobe effects. Camels' hair bonnets in braided bands are late Parisian novelties. Small heads of grav foxes trim bon nets or turbans of seal effectively Walking suits velveteen are rivaling plush costumes in popular favor. it takes an artist to place a bird or bird's crest effectively on a lady's hat or bonnet. Jet goes very well with black Chan tilly lace, and makes very beautiful gar nitures. rne newesi nnen collars ure standing clerical bands with a finely embroidered edge. Skirts, when made of velvet, or cloth plush or velveteen, need not be trimmed at the bottom. The thick silk Spanish laces with cords edging the figures, are used for trimming black silks. The furs most in use for bonnets brims and trimmings are Russian sable, seal, sea otter and Persian lamb. Kid bonnets, kid gimps, galloons and laces, all in the natural leather colors, are the fancy of the season. Terra cotta is the favorite color for gen tlemen's handkerchiefs worn iu the out side pockets of their overcoats. Gold, silver, and chenille cords are braided iu with the camels' hair bands of the new bonnets from Paris. White hands, ungloved, covered with jewels, are now seen as frequently at opetip and balls as gloved hands. Brack silks for house dresses arc bright ened by red satin or velvet of more bril liant shades than those used for entire dresses. The newest bonnets are wry small, but have a pointed brim extending over the forehead, and long ears with square corners. Fanciful muffs of strawberry red vel vet or of olive green velvet are made to carry with the new small mantles of the same material. Double ruffs or ruches arc the most i iop- ular neckwear for full and demi-toilet for indoors, but they are not manageable for outdoor costumes. The newest wraps are padded on the shoulders, or rather on the upper part of the sleeve. This is done to give the wearer an appearance of greater height. Tan is the favorite color for evening 5 loves when the rule of matching the ress and gloves is disregarded. Tan harmonizes with white, black, and all colors. Braided bonnets are made of stripi of velvet, strips of plush, of chenille, and of camels' hair to match the colors of the cloths now so fashionable for walking suits. A pretty evening bonnet for a lady no longer is a Fanchion or bebe.or red plush or red velvet with a pompon or ostrich panache of the same color, and a scarf of black Spanish lace for strings. Black velvet bonnets are made dressy with buckles of Rhine crystals, or jet lace turned back from the brim. Strings of white or colored Ottoman ribbon, and ostrich tips in pale blue and soft dull pink shades. White veiling or white cashmere, cream colored or tinted, trimmed pro- ftianlv with Valenciennes laces and satin ribbon, white, cream, or tinted makes the loveliest and most becoming of all tea gowns or house wrappers. Uivc used Parker's Ginirer Tonic too fnicccssfully for coughs and bowel com plaints to dread them. Ed. fa f h i "il Tlin' T rj1jaBxLjajBfFa Have never handled anything which gave better satisfaction for Blood or Skin Diseases than 8.K8. CLARK & SCLATER, Danville, Va. Have heard the highest expressions of appreciation from parties who have taken S. 8. 8. for Skin and Blood Dis eases. Wn, LTTTERER & CO., Nashville, Tenu. Has given better satisfaction than any remedy for Blood Diseases we have ever handled. SCHILLER & STEVENS, Washington, 1. C. Fair-minded physicians now recom mend it as a positive specific. a MANSFIELD CO., Memphis, Tenn. S. 8. 8. has given better satisfaction than anv medicine I ever sold. J. A. FLEXNER, Louisville, Kv. Every purchaser speaks in the highest terms of B. 8. 8. l. ME8STTER, Denver, Col. 1 f fiM "li ih iiffii J fiilff 1 r 'If'T'T'WI1 KOI.li II W I.I. OKI CHIM I N MILL & FACTORY SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS. BELTING, HOSE and PACKING, OILS, PUMPS ALL KINDS, IRON PIPE, FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS, STEAM GAUGES, ENGINE GOVERNORS, Ac. Send for Price-list. W. H. DILLINGHAM & CO. 421 Main Street. LOUISVILLE, KY. mig.l6,'S2-ly. tliu citMSAi'tu ' BAiFOfctE" PORTABLE MILL. CCKM,V;faEAT&F0, ruwa siux atsnxiav. Senil fur rtcrir-tlve f'irim l.r. Address TKOS.BRAOFOROal'O. lit, 170, il W, Srrnnd HI.. (,'IM'1..ATI,0. U. D. UUSTA XANTE Agent for Mississippi. Fruit Trees! Fruit Trees! (Yd i.VR STOCK FOR Till: ENSUINCJ SEASON i wry Dm; and Im hides a Full Rlne of the CltOKHMit Varieties of Fruit and Ornamental Trees! vines, Plant, Ruses, Etc. A large Stock of the new Chisscwe II) brlil Psars, LeCente and KleliVr. T" Special Freight Kate to Jackson, CSc. per 100 pounds. New Descriptive Catalogue mallei free. Address. UAINKS, C1I.KS .V CO., Pkaoi wood n r taaaiw. State lAue, Wayne Co., Miss. nov:l.V-3ra. SFOR 1883.: will oe mauea ri;k to an applicants, and to cm tomers of last Tear without oi-fierinirli. Iteontnin about lT6pses. liOO illustrations, prices, accuraM di'scriptious a..d valuable directions for plaiitin 1BM varieties of Vetretable and Flower Seeds, Plants, Krirt Trees, etc. Invaluable toalL espec ially to Market Oardcners. Send for n I D. M. FERRY & CO. Detroit Mich. iec.20,'S'2-;St. SEEDS south! improved KOTTO VKUKTAHLKM. Hare titulars- vtlanix-rs.iiei'it rowers and w i'il ueainrs anv whvre, aeoi o rncllitlM fiir roi'iiasdiirm ettlt Mutual - 'StOn. i1i"ji r :i- t i in. . i. Ii ... ISMtUnins.lirtN,. .Potatoes. lOrtM. 'I'-l '--7.1 awerieir den, I tyring ailnlaaue of Field, Garden, Flowei KEK. sndPlsnts. KKKK. N0;S 7hna"ue .rise eaaasa on Soufcharn i,rrfi "c ower ana Tn risrsMivi oidlc vu,,seedfmon. J. BUSINESS COLLEGE, 131Carondclct8t., New Orleans, La. FULL BU3INKAS COUIWE t!0. T11KEE MONTHS COURSE S50. Write for Circular. sept.6,'s2-6ra. Union School Agency W. H. Clark, Manager. - H. Mayers, Bcc'y. IsRADCsX, ni. rflHE UNIOK SflfOOL AGENCY' WOKK T(l I promote the Educational Interest of Mississippi nnd other States, bjr I, Procuring Competent Teachers for Schools, Fam ilies, etc. I. Securing suitable and lucrative positions for Teachers. There Is no reason why sny School should be wlth ont s eamptimt Teacher, or Teacher be without a sclmol, if iter will avail themselves of the oppor tunities furnished by this Agency, which has the best facilities for ascertaining sll vacancies .being in constant nirresondeni'e wltE Schools and Teachers. F'or Circulars, sddress I'skir Sthooi. AoKRCT, Y. U. Box 148, .'ll M m is , MlHSIMHIl'l'I. nov. lm-om. Dr. eo. K. Harrington. Dr. Jno. F. Hunter. Drs. Harrinjflon & Hunter, OFFER THEIR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES tottets.opleof JACKSON and vicinity. Ornia at tsm Iiaim Storr, oh Utatk Struet, orru sitc Oapitoi. y 11. At night Da. II sum v. tlx can be found at his nsddence on State Street, and Da. Ilnnn at linoat 10. Kelts Building. apr.U,'S2-Iy. Dl mm nnioa ana riant WANTED. I WILL PAY I ASH v SMALL IMPROVKP Kriu, or a umli bod; of (iiud Inn. whleh can be Wfll reul.tl this v.ar Tti? IkiiJ ii tot ! nrar the C, M. U and N. t. R. U sail tke TietallT of Jeokwn, Mis.. pivieirad. AdJm 8., thu ottioe. Jai.lO,'SS-tf. MEKl'H AM'V DEEDS OF TRUST. Real Estate Tax Lists for 188S. Personal Tax Lists far 18$. J notices and Miscellaneoit Rlaaks full assortment always on hand. Address CLARION Or-PK'E, JacasoM. Mm PLAIN TRUTHS The blood is the foundation of life, it circulate through every part of the body, and nnless it is pure and rich, good health is impossible. If disease has entered the system the only sure and quick way to drive it out is to purify and enrich the blood. These simple facts are well known, and the highest medical authorities agree thst nothing but iron will restore the blood to its natural condition ; and also that all the iron preparations hitherto made blacken the teeth, cause head ache, and are otherwise injurious. Brown's Iron Bitters will thor oughly and quickly assimilate with the blood, purifying and strengthen ing it, and thus drive disease from any part of the system, and it will not blacken the teeth, cause head ache or constipation, and is posi tively not injurious. Saved his Child. 17 N. Eutaw St, Baltimore, Md. Fab. is, 1U0. Gents: Upon the recommenda tion of a friend 1 tried Brown's IsoN Bittbks as a tonic and re storative for my daughter, whom 1 was thoroughly convinced was watting away with Consumption. Having lout three daughters by the terrible disease, under the care of eminent physicians, I was loth to believe that anything; could arrest the progress of the disease, but, to my great surprise, before my daugh ter had taken one bottle of Bkown's Iron Bursas, she began to mend and now is quite restored to former health. A fifth, daughter began to ahow tigas of Consumption, and when the physician was consulted he quickly said "Tonics were re quired j" end whea Informed that the elder sister was taking lisown's iron Bitters, responded "that is a good tonic, take it." AUORAM pHXLrS. Brown's Iron Bitters effectual ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Weakness, and renders the greatest relief and benefit to persons suffering from such wasting diseases as Con sumption, Kidney Complaints, etc. GEORGE A. CLARK, SOLE AGENT. The EF.8T ud MOST vovzz.'.rz Bcwtna; Thread of Hodcru Time u. BE WAKE OF IMITATIONS. FOK SALE BY W. A. WHITING, JACKSON, HISS. Dins Is eoTjrpossil ot Herbal and Mucilaginous prod u 'ts.wuich permeate the substance or the l.uugi, expectorate Uie acrid matter 1 hat collects ui the Uitinchiol Tubes, nnd forms a nootblug eoallnsr, which relieves tale Ir ritation that c-tu. os the congh. It cleanse 1 (Uclnagiof all Impurities, etrensrlhe:-. 1 them when enfeebled by disease, luvr- -nt as the ciroulation of the blood, and braces ti c n-rrous system. II(rht colds often md l-.i ronsuasjttlon. It is dsngtreni to n'filwi them. Apply the remedy promptly. A. iost of twenty years warrants the asertion thu. no remedy" has ewer bee n f n n d that Inn prompt i..tscirecUasTUTT'S HPICTOHAIIT. A single doso raises the pbjesrm, subdue i ' flumuiatlrm.aod its use speed v cures thenio-t ebstinate enugh. A pleasant cordial, chil dren take It readily. For t'rotap It la Invaluable nod s'lonld he in every family. In aSc. and tl Bo files. TUTT PILLS ACT DIRSCTLY oH thI LIVsl.. tarn bills and Fiver, Dyspepsia, stick Headache, Uilions folic, Constipa tion, Rheumatism, Plies, lalpltatlouor the Heart, lHsalness, Torpid Liver, and Tctnale Irree-n laurlUe s. If yoo do not "feel very veil," a single pill stimnlatee Uiestoiaacb, restores the sppetite, m per ts vigor to the system. A NOTED DIVINE SAYS: Da. Tctt: vtar Sin For ln ysars I havo been a martyr ts Dyspepsia, tunsttpatioa and files. Lastspring your pills were recommer.deil tome; I osedthsin (but with little faith). lata now a veil man, have good sppetite, durestica psrfsct, regular stools, rules gone, and I have gained forty pounds solid flesh. Taey are Wot ta tl.i.r weight In rold. REV. It. L bri4TflON,l.nlewnie, Ky. Olllcfj f Murray t.t If ew York. RiTTWtT'H i&AMVAIi of I sernlN Bscs I pta 1 m EE on spvueaUou. ) J. W. BEATY. AOKST FOR THE QUEEN INSURANCE CO OF ENGLAND., BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO. Oeorgla Home Insurance Company, Ann I'11'.R 41. AGRTT FOR THE New Orleans Insurance Association. MIVKBS COl'JITBt AND CITY PROPKitlf AT AM Rl'.tM. ossnblf Hate ns isssr nih-r ResifHSsjsillt'e 4'osaapnsalea. aiisr houses insured. OaVriCK ON llTATK OVER CAPITAL ITATH RS.KK, J i0-V MlsslllNMIPPI. may24,'82- FOU SALE. Mississippi Lands for Sale COUNTIRS. A. Ii'-. ltankin t40 Neshoba 80 Winston 1110 Attala Mio T. R. 10 iia 14 KU 13 7 East Carroll 00 17 IS ) IttASa 1 2'. Uflore 4W 17,1920 12 Orenada IsWI 2taQ( 'J3,4 Tnllnbutchie.. ''' Mtfl 28 Total acres.. &S1 M. A. Mptls, l'q., ol liissilli, is Agent (or yiiisliiti I'vunty IjiiiiU. U Aiidt'rsim, bq., of is Asi'iit tor Atlala (ountr Ijinns. Tlirsi' Iuiiiis an all li-a v ily tlmhrrnU, and srv gxi ititton smt nrn imHlncliiK lands.. Nrsliotta und Winston have some pine ss aril ss utter timber nKin ini'in. toai issam to iibyp noun mt-ntiy ills voveiml in Winston omul. . For tcrius aiilr to retHS P. ll.MI.KY. .mi '.'-' 1. 111 JaCKsoN, Miss. FOR SALE ! N KXrKU.KNTI-'AitM-hisaml linlf mllrs of J Madison Station, Mississippi. Contains some l.li-ven Hundred Aeres. 7isl elenred. 40(1 'i'iniliiivil. rid-lit iu the liest Strawlicrrjr, Fruit and VivetaWr district, 011 t hintRo, W. liouls sad Nr Orleans lUilmiul. I BUN' made A II.NI. MTtH K FA KM : in.. . ri rks MM thrbttO ll ; ftneeime for wllitirlii(! sUitik; s two-vtorv (1 .iiiii- house, h rooms; sll neem snr.v out litms'S lor 10 or W Ulsirers; live line cis terns. The farm Is stiserntllile of bciiur divided Into two fsrms. Wo seres each. For pnrtletilnrs, aiitily to I V M. ., . t- ii 1 1 11-11 !.... ... . . WVUIfllWBI J , V I ., ..UI KRUI1 , ... IIll, I 1 I Oarthagf, 1eakc i-ounlv ; I jumett L. r'nvaKC, or 1.. F. Montiroinery, He, Miutlsoii Station, Miss. nov.lX'i-lim. SMALL FARM POU SALE- SUI TH 0V VKKNON, MADISON County, wltli in one utile of the Jaeasnn nnd Yasoo City lUil niad. Contains l!4tl seres of luuil, lltli rlcunil, and HO iu tlmln'1, Dnelliiiif botisa, three ealilns and two cisterns. Title perfect. Term SIMM) (Fifteen linn ilied I'. ill. 11 . 1 For Inliuniatloti n.nii, ... MK8. EMMA HAMl'l l.. dee. l,'W-4w. .larkson, Miss. CITY I'KOPKBTY F0K SU.E. rpllK UNDERBTONRn OFF HUH FOK 8AI.1C HIS X Hoose sod Imt, North .Iscksoti, I'linslstlnKof tivr aerosol ground, with stiimtnntiul ImildliiKs, cisterns post 111 air.-, fruit trees and all apurtennnees for con venience and comfort. Tkrmh tktasouablc. K. RARKHDALK. sep.6,'te2. NEW ORLEAWW. CI r Y HOTEL, Or. 4'sisrip nnl 4 'o m moss Mtrrclst NEW ORLEANS. MUMFORD & WATSON, Propriclors K:sstM HSI.AO Iu v. MIsriLLAMiOlS. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE WEEKLY GLOBE -DEMOCRAT, Enlarged to Tn rages, only JS1 IJ E II YEAR. i Vlll.per.eur f 14.00 RKmi-WfSBKI.ir, per yenr . i UI.WDKKIiV, psr ysr. 51 Your I'nstmsster will receive your Hutiecrlptinn, or( Hiniress GLOBE PRINTING CO., BT. LOUIS, HO. Heml for Sample Copy. niiv.ll,'M-ini. JACKSON. INotico !- Hotels ! EDWARDS HOUSE, .!, lOV MIMMIMNIPPI., AKD Chamberlin House, Tlieiv HooiM are onfervd to the WMU u fully iv rwrrinja: u llltt-ral hRn- of inlrrmM. I. W. I'EEPLa-a, Pmprietor. oct4,'S-jf. MRS. E. MURPHEY HAS JITST BRI-XIVKO A fetORT COMPLETE STOCK OF Fashionable Millinery ! INCLUTUNO KVKRYTHINO THAT IS NEW; ANDHTYIiIMI IN iiUHLS AKO MATERIAL. Hat, Frnibe.e, I'lswers, lillci-s Ktc. 8tte 8treet. Opposite the Capitol, JACKSON. oct. 2o,'8J-Sm. MEDICAL CENSORS 0 F THK FIFTH fONflRIWlfNAI. D18TOICT, I MS 1 11 1. l... ..... . . . . 1. . J Will CI ani I lie HMII1. h ii w i.i. iiixim wu tttr -.' 1 ond Monday In March, JiiiK'.nepu miitranii tM'cra i r at the ( ttT of Ja Itson. Mass. DR. RlilrTKKT KF.I.LR Jacksnn. 11: J. W. Bi;SNETT, Brookhaven. apr.l,'8J-ly. JAS. L. HARRIS, ATTORNEY-AT -LAW, JAt'KNO. !niMNsNIIPI. Wfi uf Hindi ir Il.r. I'llACTICB IN BI'I'RKMK ANI - KUt-RAi. 111 rts, and in the I irtuit t units ids su'l idtvlatng t-wimtics. JulylStlii- A DOCTOR'S TROVRt.lt, i I I finft it ,'-s' a. I .JSt -ms lal l.aaPw I' I rw I ' mT 1 9snV aaHn K'Kjaaarsauaaaaaaaaaas rl R B m p Ujf PJ ys"Tfy af " Ton did wrona In waarln. thst thin drrss, I Ins cold damp night. " DentMer-" I did, snd am new raving the penalty. Msrah (liiss sulTWrd in I ha sun way; plesse gel that which rrtiaved her." AforAor" Nunssnse i I'll do ns such thing-, but ii send fur our Doctor." JsuBIr " Our Doctor hseps one In bed a Inug tuns and pours down a vsst qusntny of medi cine, besides making daily changes." Mashes " Doctor, Is she deagsreus sad what Is hct sUliotiont " ' - - ""-'-"', .... '- w..rai; ii,, Ths vsatrlevlar aad auricular forces sr. am in oqut libri urn, thsre Is an Incrraaed eentrlpetal action about ths cerebrum and medulla oblongata, the portal circulation vascillslss, suspended Nature nun hesitating, and I" Mat ker " Htnp, for heaven's safes stop and go lo work at once." ifor " 1 will do sll I can." JSTcsf Aer, after two weeks hsve expired "Dsughisr, our Doctor shall b discarded at oeee. Two weeks and no relief, t will procure that which you desired at first." DaMsfefsv, lu slow tone 'I am glad , snd think n lbs only thing thst will restore me to hsslta." r...A. - v.. 1 -k. 1. Jt '- nt Jfofker "Usl oat of my house, yen old hum bug I ' Mahi " Wo... mothor. oon mi how ron. iniT 1 nrvve improTt?tj Binco aiocnRsTgio( our jioriot' Rod I cofDmonced the uo of that which I so tui.ch iitci1. The effoct hM boon moot wont1rfuL Th ono roliOTtrl my heRd, curnd tbo ooitfttipRtlon. wlulo Iho otbor impRttod tticngth. cra? to lbs bolp uf Hriuio Rud tuiv'lu mo fel now." THE COMFmil. Mother' Vory tro, Rnd I bol.AVt Ihey AVfd your lift. I now coofeM thRl Dr. Irrnm'ioolr'i Kntf Uitti i . in tic ftutcr filbo tncki wondorful f-mlo tuediiino Rnd iron tonic X oror know, ami ihoA BrIU'7'r HRhno A I'trifnt tn r plrHRht Rnd --"vprvtsn retnorly for hoadacltt, consiltpnlion, acid itomteD, bilEouRUOn", 1 ctr." Futility lOdicm) Adviovr frev. Addrt-ii J. jr. liro'Riuf A ('., l.mairtUo. tty. Ayer's Hair Vigor, FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL VITALITY AN0 COLOR. It is a moRt airrcefthlc drpssinp, which Is at oncit li.irinlcgs and ffeatUaJ, for pre mlng the hair. It restoret, with the Rloss and fi-csknessof yotilti, faded or gray, light, and ml hair, to a rich brown, or deep black, as may be desired. Dy its use thin hair ia thickened, and baldocss often though not always cured. It checks falling of the hair immediately, and causes a new growth in all cases where the glands are not decayed;' while to brashy, weak, or otherwise diseased hair, it imparts vitality and strength, and renders it pliable. The Viook cleanses the scalp, cures and prevents the formation of dandrufT: and, by its cooling, stimulating, and southing properties, it heals most If not all of the humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp, keeping it cool, clean, and soft, under which conditions diseases of the scalp and hair arc impossible. As a Dressing fot Ladies' Hair The Viaon is incomparable. It is color less, contains neither oil nor dye, and will not soil white cambric. It imparts an agreeable and lasting perfume, ami as an article fur the toilet It is economical and unsurpassed iu its excellence. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer tt Co., Prtsctlral and Analytical Chemist. Lowell, Mass. SOLD RT ALL HALOUISTS BTrHTWngRB. Blank Books. VF KVKIIY DESCRIPTION, MANUKACTHBEn I li fir.li 1 Mud In 1-sl sl.lv Ml CLARION IIIMlK IUVUKRY, JACKSON, MIKfi. Address IDH hli i 11,1KH'AUS. of haw