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The Clarion.
HOPE AKiO I) ICS PAIR.
Fom the Argosy.
ill imon a summer sea
jfcilintf in an argosy
Kehecs, lutes and viols sounding,
While the ship o'er wavrlets bounding,
Skims the surface of the sea.
All the mast are wreathed with woodbine,
Jenii0f auu i gimmuu ;
White lilies reddest rotes
gtrew the deck in scented posies ;
And the cordage is a vine.
Sunlight gleaisin golden meshes;
Breaks the foam in pearly trusses,
Through the interlace of flowers
Breaks the foam in silver showers
All udown the golden meshes.
The Clariox: Wednesday. Fe
POLITICAL MTJUtKIfiSTI.
r. Jefferson Davis Explains a P8.
age in His History.
Beav
Mother and Four Daughter Insane, i
loronto (Canada) Blade. 1
lestonlay afternoon a woman and her
(four daughters became suddenly ami
; "."""'taneously insane while walkine on
ine stveet. They left their home in the
western part of the citv to go shopping,
and when on mam Rtreet, about four
o clock they all suddenly began to show
signs of insanity. They had a ladv
position taken on page 153 vol 1 of th I f . ?n W,Ul th'm amI wh
Ri lvii .7fe 1 01 the . run. U. i hwanui -.... ... ...
bum ran or the ConfedemtA f':..v i. . ' "s , M llf anon-
eminent." I eonmli, J Mn h! police officer, and
wugh her influence they were iuduced
a eao and won' driven to the
and their relative ti..t;fi...l
-. .
a uitilicu man wns
Stealing down a gloomy river,
Where dull water-grasses quiver,
from a harque comes sounds of sorrow
Never eeasiag with the poet raw
Mournful barque tipou the river!
Cypre38, rosmary and rue,
Branches from the sombi r yew,
On the deck are withered lying,
WhHe the night-hrceze sadly sighing,
Wafts the odor of the rue. ' '
Sullen clouds obscure the moon,
Darkness cometh all too soon !
Black the clouds and black the river,
Black the barqe. and oh! the shiver
As it sinks beneath the moon !
GOOD WORDS FOR WOMAN.
is "the
voib, Harrison Co- Miss 1
January 8, 1888. )
Editors of Meriwether's Weekly:
a rr!iVyiFh:Cd UrSf fir9t inst- WM
a copy of Meriwether's Weekly contain
ing a communication which Criticise the
EBRUARY 2 1
Per
1883.
Sellable and Substantially Built L.
jm. uamu 01 w mm ani mm
HE BEST REHEDf
: U..-IH
Un the
station
summoned.
r.im . . 1 1 .
tMLC IW . IIU'I Vt ill r cwr lift . . I "
ent refers itls written . " J" I " "ley arrived
,. , , . va. .Accord
ing to the American theory everv indi
vidual is endowed with certain inalien
able rights, among which are life, liberty
and the pursuit of happiness." The
rights thus possessed could onlv be in
alienable because of hi it.!...,;. usai
" ; ' -
vidua!
sovereignty.
K"l-u 11 is iunner written thus: "But
-Woman
master-
Confucius
Herder Woman is the crown of crea
mi.
Voltaire Women teach us repose, civ-
iv ami oiirimv.
t 1 1 . . : . a j in .1 . -
douu vtuiucy -vuiuus All tnat 1 am
Lescing Nature meant to make woin-
lts masterpiece.
.... .
i r i i i i ill.1 iiirn in a iir.....nn . . i . .
w ,., -f
Whittier If woman lost us Eden,
en mm Miu :riiinn fPOTAroa it
E. S. Barret Woman is last at the
o
TJ" I.A XT , 1 a.
AK-nter- ao man can euuer live pious-
vi v iigmwuo nituuut it WUc.
N. T. Willis The sweetest thing in
Voltaire All the reasoning of men
not worm one sentiment ot wnn;m
1IV.
eopold Hhefer But one thing on
th is better than the wife that is the
the world teaches such beauty as a
iehplft. Womnn ia fho Knnilnir ..f
a; Hot nis repose only, but his joy, the
; of his life.
i for love, and it is impossible to turn
. ' i . '
irom seeKing it.
T i
ill-shaped, wicked, ijrnorant.'sillv
stupid, but hardly ever ridiculous.
i put into one scale, and mv mntfirr
the other, the world would kick the
O lO!. .A. ' ...1.. A L.-. i!
tniugs in tiie world women and
. . J A. . . 1
s ; una oniy two sweet uini'is women
... r aa sr i.
' eases so mere a mortal, how in tlu
t and rare events of life dost thou
1 into the angels !
ville Women have more strcmrth
nOlP hwd'd t inn iii Ii.nr.-v i . .
..v.. ivvm V nil II IV y HUM ILL Jlll litUM
more power by their tears than we
e vy our arguments.
arson a noa n t i 1 1 1 1 iv , . in a r u
poet; taming her savage mate
tenderness, hope and eloquence
i i - -
wnom sne approaches.
nna Cr- TA.ii 'XT! ..C a.. ? . i
r v..,.nJ.VI,aVi, I'Ainiui null.? nuj 111 A,"
sues on tne neaa ot the man, but
jike dew on the head of the woman,
unng8 torth germs ot strength of
sne nereit had no conscious pos-
in me same para
I M I IT li ) . H-. I.; i
r-... wmu., wuicn is tne source
M all the power of govortimeut. leu-isla-tive,
executive and in.li..ial k..i.... . t
and adheres in, the people of an onauh
fu P""cai Community The distinc
tion was hen' presented between the nat
ural and the social condition of man
Communities are formed, or should be
formed, to protect each individual and
Of punishing wrong to preserve right,
the BUMObn by entering the communi-
m uo not alienate their natural rights
but combine for the pester security of
them. 1 he sovereignty of the commu
nity is the aggregate of the individual
sovereignties and therefore "Govern-
nje"t8rrest on the coni't of the govern
ed. The State, i.e.. the
agents as well for efficiency us for con
venience, ana lunetions are delegated,
yui, sovereignty, indivisible and inde-
lcasime, remains in the people.
Some form of government is necessary
to social existence and common interest
of all is a guarantee to each that the
government will be the best which the
judgment of the whole can devise, but
it is usual with us to guard against usur-
Plt-1u bI bil1 of riSht a oa"er over
which olhcial airencies ennnnt nnaa vn..
if corruptly U8ing the shield of 8tate
sovereignty.
In many naires. both nrp..filin o-i
following the one cited by your corres
pondent, I endeavored, on the foot of
authority and by argument? to refute
three mischie VOUs errors of mMutni; KinJi
and rapid growth. First, that our gov
ernments are sovereign ; second, that the
Constitution of the United States is the
creation of the people en mam, instead
of a compact between the .Stales, i. e.,
the people of each independent eommo-
tiitT.. ii.:...i iii.it.. . -!i n . .
jy, , imiu, uiui uis win oi me majority
is the law of the land, meaning thereby
of the United states, n attaeking-eaeh
and all of these positions, State sover
eignty was the heavy battalion relied
on, and its lenders were the founders of
our constitutional union.
ion ask for my thoughts on "The
source of the right in the majority to
rule." I do not think there is such a
right; if it were admitted, the only
source I could suggest would be physical
power; but it is not self-evident that the
majority would be the stronger, and civ
ilization denies that might and right are
convertible terms. The people of an
independent community could give to a
majority the power to have unrestricted
rule, they could not transfer the unal
ienable right, of the minority and a brief
experience would, no doubt, cause them
to revoke the grant of a power so dan
gerous to the common welfare and hap
piness. Respectfully,
JiiFFiatsox Davis.
OITlViN i IN
""il.. Hale t.i UMs
COM Mll.t..-TlM 1
Tl"Kl.li. win i i
' I "I .. ..... ' IT I . , .. ....... .. - . '
i lie mi vioemii .i,.m,i. . .. -.i-i i v.il., , ,i, ,
thehve patiente should Ih rem.wH i ti VV.".' I.- V".!.': .,r. ."wVad,, ..
: .i t i . .. . t'i.
""uj;iu mat tne m-
the asvluni. It
sanity will be but temporary.
This is to certify that we hoturhi ,
our thoumd dollar worth of l)r n,
goole'i Kmjtif) VrmaU. llittrrt and Bailey's
Salint Aperient during the year 1881, mi
from jieisoniil ohservation and nublie
nriintmi film ..i 1 .
i it H m reoomiiit-ini
mg them Bs Worthy f ,)U,,Ik. l.0,lli(ll.lu.t,
ami favor,
TltOMPiillV it,.B, IT f. -
Wholesale Drugghrta, Gain ston, TexLs.
If you don t like the use of a siekeninc pill
for your headache and eonstipution, just
iry one ,lo5eof l!.,Ury', S,Ui, Arirnt, and
you wHJ never use another pill lor the same
purpose.
l.nciMo l (irtul IVorrr. with all the Ul! M -l,.ni
in.vruiinu. I t. U. m ItHAV ENQIN
i.Tiain , i vi.v. ni,i iirui.ir ana suiHinarv. Muiv
Mlltl ill MlKi.llll.l ill S VMn Ihmi . .lil.-r f..
SAW .VU.I.H. tK ail aitni and ll ntai.-.., fn-in 'KW un i
aee. nUnc tu aiae. " I
U"N MlT.l-MflT Pellara will lr Ihr WtUOM latVI !
MI 1.1., with which riu wake tiio'r oii Ihme 1um ana
rind 1ml aim.
THE mSMM IIAKlMlW-KurThlrtv IMlara I will nil t,.u
t v ,J?D ,llirri'. I'" i Hamiwa rumbined in one.
iTvmiuru .ii .iiait lair over all others
IVwer.
iwrjor Hall Sell-Kemlin); Din
wl -i , ,
Mh Mi Rradfnnl Mil! Xnp auiwriw.
lie: i In.',, ol VI ilirirri.iil i,,-.l .
ervpaml to fnii.h U lTurtil. the Watertown. Um
-le. mi.t . l hi i iiii.ii ur kiiulii. ii
. , iM 'I.!-
:.t t i ui.sm- ihe Tiilieihir Ux lUu l IVwer. The IVI-
Makrma fmeaaiuple and vrrj larye vieW. Ov
f
the pnl.
.1 -;fa
tacdy is
I 1 Kit's
ia
noil uo
T-
Olh
r Ciim than Hall's. (
ii Talon, UUM Milli
given Ii
ra, IVIiinjr. Shaftliiu and IVlli,K.
-A.30"3D MOWERS
on rrosm, Hay lUkeo, Sulkv n.iw and i'uU
Rice Mills.
VMTATION COTTON SKMI) OIL MII.I.s.
BpllllHuU of Machinery and lbor-Siivinii Sill ii n I rmlrt i t .i ..-..
" o i '" ..1 i it i.i -, in-
I have Ihe inonrv from anle of rui
reaponaiMe ritoiiiera. SiM-n .. '.. .i... uZu.
Mii.-miii
Of the tiioiit popular make
CHERRY
O.y.V" -s III1T.OI tllf
- ii'- i lli Kival
,i'l
In short
vrntion.
ehUierv. Wri" i'.r w';;. ,'I S'MlfiT. '" "!. X. T" el in Ma-
him vim
tomera. Sixtn vearn in
la aeetion. Remember I sell no ahodi
lime uniil nit Kail, ilium part, atll H
of my knowiug what la
l a k-iiiiraiii.'i
AildltVH
"Tough on i hills,"
i.nres o ensen lor '.
Mailed by John 1'
jan.Sl,'83 3m.
G. 0. lUSTAMAHTK, Manufaftarfrs' Agenl,
JACKSON, MIS3.
i aSK a s bpi a o-oiit ATI v
cents in e:i
ham, Atlim
h or
a. Oi
tamps.
ch
ckeray Almost all women will
a RVmnOfhlviniv haalm - . ,-, ...1. ..
, .- j'uinu.111 ubauug ii. iiieii o mi
in love. B thflV vaf an nlrl thov
young again in that conversation
wnew their own early time. Men
not quite so generous.
aJSUT MISCELLANY.
B'"" v w. l latVO , 1U lUUbU
presentiment; in old age a remem-
avw iJicnciiiitii.il muii
Bician to a nationt "I In onnto.
for somebody."
M Ortta-A U . 1 A. I ll. TI
' :niy tnat applies to erii as well
' many people would be mute if
ere forbidden to speak well of
a and evil of others I
to the quarrelsome, blind to
, uuu li 14 111 i! CI! Luuae IY 111' QIC
-ij lucjuiBiuve.
nnliicn :.. x i i i t
- .vu 1.-3 uub til IJCJlll IlC'lCi ii i!i iai
e, but in being solid, straight-
, and loving the right.
t error should humble, but we
bn-n. , , ...
us. uisnop rotter.
rC0Ward OJin fio-bf n rrnttln wVSti ha
01 trinn!-- Ci . 1 i it
-.uiiiii uj uul give me lue
'no has the riluck to rfcht wken he
IUre of wmning.
man .i .-. z - ; .. it .
fc wuu in me wrong usee
wor" and soft armments. while
- iv u tu iao ngm uses son
Snrl k I .
ua arguments.
3 eomplaiiits kill hundreds who
" aVOllUil than. Ii n.;n-. Pli,.
Toaic. '
Bonnet and Hat Shapes for Spring,
1883.
New York Millinery Trade Review
Bonnets and Jkut assimilate with
other millinery productions thus far
shown and reveal but little that is new.
All styles and kinds are exhibited, as
though the manufacturers, being in
doubt, had introduced a little of every
thing, in hopes to arrive at somethinir
.li...:i. mi .1 . . 0
ueiiinie. ine numoer oi snapes on the
market is very large, larger than for any
previous season, and many of them are
very handsome in the perfection of their
lines.
The newest feature is the pinched
poke, made now for the first time in
straw braid, yet seen late this last fall
in felt and velvet materials. It is sim
ply a full poke-front bonnet, with the
top of brim pointed and creased or
pinched to a point. It is pretty and
has a piquant, saucy look when on a
young heaa. in addition to the various
poke bonnets, from extremes to medi
ums, there are various styles of brims
representing the flare, the straight, the
half droop, the broad, narrow, etc., etc.
Crowns represent no less a diversity of
styles; they are high square, high square
tapering, low square, medium full
square, bell, sugarloaf, round, oval,
sloping backs, and sloping fronts.
Milan braid is considered to be the
leader for the season, and chip ranks
next. The latter might take first place
had it not sold down so low last season
that it became common. The other
braids well snoken of are satin Dininirs.
split straw, Tramway, satin porcupine,
and manila. A few Tuscan and Swiss
laces are shown, and -a strong feelinir
prevails that Leghorns will be good
property. A few fair braids are also
mingled among the bonnet shaves. A
greater variety of colors is to be seen
than ever before, all the newest shades
being introduced in addition to those of
last year. Yet there is a strong leaning
toward natural or bleached straws, ana
in certain quarters it is asserted they
will supplant colors later in the season.
The tendency this spring will be to wear
both bonnets and hats well over the face,
most of the brims being deep at the
front for this purpose.
For children living in tenement how and
crowded edict, where they cannot get the
benefit of pure, exhilarating, health-giving
country air and travel, I)r. MorrBTT's
Tkithina ( Ttrthina Pointer t) it invaluable.
For sale by Byron Lemly.
Faded hair recovers its youthful color
and soft, silky, texture by the use of Par
ktr's Hair Balsam.
How Our Rich Men Began Life.
Pittsburg Post.
Many of the wealthiest men in New
York began poor, .lav Could Was a
Cowboy, James R. Keene eume from
Kngland w-ith $20 in his luu'L'ni l,,f....
Hatch begun by dealing in "garden turn,"
I) Appleton kept a grocery store, Jus.
Watson Webb, was a country clerk,
H. Villard was a reporter, Leonard W
Jerome was a printer, H. U. Claflin was
a entrant school teacher, ( 'has. ()' Conor
was born of the poorest of Irish parents
and Peter Cooper was a hatter's appren
tice. '
A Grave Error.
No error in the conduct of physical life
can be greater, or of more serious conse
quence, than to suppose that pnins in the
back aad loins, flutturinir of the heart, no,!
disturbances of the urinary system are
trivial, and will "go ns they came." To
nejrlect inch ynj turns is a sure wnv to
incur serious and otten rami diseases The
I rue cure for them is Huiii'.m Rcnoil.- .1..,
great kidney and liver medicine. This
medicine is never taken without benefit
it nervous about, your kidneys, bladder
ttyer, ot urinary organs, use limit k Remedy!
What Is a Masher.
A masher is usually a "swell," but
every swell is not a masher. To be "aw
fully mashed on" a voting woman is
equivalent, as I understand, to being
'terrible spoons" or very "hard hit"
Anglic,-, to be much in 'love with her.
Ihe masher proper is a young gentle
man (usually of the "orutch and tooth
pick fraternity.orof the "Gardenia Brig
ade ) who, having become a devout
adorer of some fair actress, nightly visits
the house where she is engaged that he
may feast his eyes upon her beauty.
Ihe derivation of masher is giver as an
Americanism, a corruption of marten:
Notes end Queries.
FIRE
i:uji llilil .
HUM.
fegntai and Chartered Inder (he Laws of the State of Mississippi.
FREDERIC SPEED,...
MARYK DAHNKY ,.!..,
JEPP. II. GRAY
President
Viok-President
SAMUEL M. 8HELTON secretary and Treasurer
HUUlfiMS A. SIIELTON A" attornky
' General Manager
HOME OFFICE: VICKSBURG, MISS.
Ta nrnu n I uaua. a1 11 .. 1 -at
tsrt i I1e.1i .J ''""V"" uluf eneht and Benevoloat Plan, by which the holders of
as the Knichts of H,,nr K" t iL VJ, o hV by .the MutuaJ BeodK Hocietie such
Order of Workmen Cat m e kIi t. .-Yl,""B' nencn wnn ol ilosor, Unitwl
A&ENTS WANTED IN EVEEY COUNTY IN THIS STATE,
toXZ bemnde'direct
Kniwl r.. I .. ...:.!.. y, .-. ... .
" ",l ""'u v ircuiar wiving Ilef ailed Informal km
jan.2-I.'83-:Jm.
as to onr Plan.
"Stabs my child! spare my child""
cries the mother, when too bite. One box
of Or Mofi'itt's Tkethina Teething
1 omlert) would hnve saved her dtiriing.
It is the favor of man which gives the
beauty and comeliness to woman aa t,a
stream glitters no longer when the sun
ceaseth to shine. Talisman.
JKfc 3 B Bn' J9Mo, UiM. gays:
Suffering from dyspepaU, caused by in
digestion, I used Brown's Iron bitter which
cured me."
THE OLD RELIABLE
E. v. 8EUTTER.
Watches, ewclryilverwarcSpectaclcs Clocks,
Musical Goods, Etc.
inrwn.
mortar m
ami rclinti),
InvalunUe
ClIRMtY I'
meh a rem.
thericuji
il tlu- txiiu .u-i,,-,. i
tlie mUalic. Im .
entitle OMnbitMtkju of
the inedkimil iniml
j'" sud 1 mative vir-
m- fili.-il driitni.
ally nuiteil. of
eras to niHitro
w - xirniirii ! ..IJ1
'!5 emeieiu'v ailil ilinlorin-
5 S V,Urti" at tt famdttiM of all
IMiliii.ii.i.r.v di-ae. iittunlinx urompt relief
ami ranl cures, ami u adaiied to iwr eut of
siiy agoor etlbwMs, Betaxrart iviUtabJe.
ItHj .iiiirest children takn it r-aililv In
.nliiurv oKhS. folds, Sore I hroU
HiiMirliiiis. lllftiiciiu C'tein.iniui'i
lurrli. Hie etTeeta of AVER'S Cm ri- Vkc
tobai, are masieal. ami multitn les , .
iio.il v reervsl (rom .wnous lllaena br its
"10H1 and faithful use. It ahoutd le kept
:n IimiiI in every household lor tii- ;ro
i.Mtioii jt Htlonls in suddon attacks. In
BOODlMaT coinrli mi l rvi.n 11 til '. . . n
ihere N no other remedy so etlieai uus.
sootblug, and Imlpful.
low prloei km indueemeiits to trv some of
1 o i many mixtures, or svriirw, made 01 1 h. ao
and ineffective injrrvAlents, now offered,
u Inch, as they contain no curative qualities,
can afford only temiiorary relief, and are
sure t. .deceive and disappoint th . pati-nt.
I nsoasea of tim throat ami lungs demand
active and effectivelreatment; and it iidan
Keroiis experlmentinir with unknown and
cheap medicines, from tho great liahilitv that
Jliesa BHaaiM nmy. while so trifled "with.
bMOUM deeply seated or lucurable. Use
Avi.k s Ciikhry Pkctokai.. and you may
conrtdently xpeet the liest results. It is a
standai-d medical )i Migration, of known and
aekiiowleilceil curative power, and U as
cheap aa Its i-areful preparation and nna
liiffiedients will allow. Eminent paysiciaas,
KDOWiUg its romposition. preserilie it in their
practice. The test of half a centurv has
proven Its absolute certa.nty to cure all pul
monary complaint not already beyond the
reach of human aid
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer ft Co.,
Practical anil Aanlytkal Chemists,
Lowell, Man.
solb ar all dbvmists ithtwiim.
AQENT8 WANTED.
ran johusoit eevoltdtqi boos oasz.
yg toaanapm Bctlths AproaTAaLa to Boots
1
a Id
STOf'K
y
FOR (.(MM) MM)I)S A M) HO EST
VALUE, fto TO
W. O. STKAUSS,
Htate Street.
I itockof JUST RECEIVED AN IMMENSE
Dry Goods and Motions,
I.AItllCH AKH MIHSil-.H CLOAKS,
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Selected especially to rait the trade here.
W NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. "M
PRICES WAY BELO ANY DEALER
IN THE COUNTRY
CxnTince yopnelf of the truth of tbui statement
by an early call and examination of nay atock.
Attention of Ear men asked to large stock of
BAGGING AND TIES, COFFEE,
SUGAR, MOLASSES, FLOUR,
.1 . t . , AND TOBACCO,
at lowest market value.
" HlOHBST MASK KT PS1CB PAID lo COTTON
AXD ALL COVNTSr PBODUCC.
oct.4,'82-6m. W. o. STRAUSS.
WILDER & TTJTTLE,
COTTON km WOOL BUYERS,
-OFFICE UP STAIRS,
Corner Pascagoula and Capitol Sts.
JACKSON, MI8H.
We Boy On Orders Prom Spinners.
aept. 17,'81 -4m.
GRADUATED U73
B0BT. J. MILLER.
DENTAL SURGEON,
JU KNOH, MISS.
Offlce Comer State and Capitol Streets.
lp Stairs.
aBTTEBMS, CASH.
JuneJl,'8I-ly.
SCHOOL NOTICE.
T HA VR OPKHKD A SELECT SCHOOL FOB BOYS,
A m uuioinjr am 111 exoeea iweniy.
the pupils for College or Business.
Out. , 02-OIU.
Will prepare
A, H. JAYNE.
n Huv li IS M AWY TIMKS l,ll!r,l.'R tiu . wv
ever on sale in JACKSON; wiMZZ?"aJLPlT. m'
prices voti w I iul iinnri. ln(.i nivn nun reuNon-
ajThe above immense lots present an endless ficl.l for selection of ELKO A NT, KEAL,
DON'T FORGET IT!
This invitation, 'and cheerful, polite attention is extended to all.
"OV-29'82-3m- By 8KUTTER.
Itiiyiil (' BrukI Fisrtilizfrs!
AM ELEO ANT PBEBENT.
1NVA1UABHTO
Uwyen, t lerjr j-aion, . Pliyalrlnn.,
Katltoro, tUmtun,' Tenciavr
Hercluui(s . Ntndemu:
And all who read Book.
CHEAPEST, STRONGEST, BEST.
Bend tor doscr I ntivo circular ana Prloo list.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
Address, BAKES, PRATT & CO., '
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GREENS FERTILIZER FACTORY,
saa-o. 1 r n , , . JACKSON, MlSisf.
BafrSenU for Catalogue and price list.
Jan.l7,'83-Sm.
Fruit Trees! Fruit Trees!
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Vine, Plants, Kooe. Etc.
A large Stock of the new
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