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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 29 July 1871

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Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 29 July 1871

i Jl i WHIG AND TRIBUM atom vtnitHot --.C-- n .JACKSON, BATTJBDAY, JULY 29, 1871. T IVBKBIBBBt, Look ou t for the X mark. It w ill Indicate that your subscription to the Whio ami Tkibukc has ex pired: and it also nicaoa that ' we would be pleased to hare yoa reuew it. 8TAT15 NEWS. They had a hail storin at Bueua vista, Carroll county, last week. lion. Walker It, Evans, one of the ldost lawyers la East Tennessee, died at Taeville, July 12th, aged 63 years. The Atheus Post July 13th says the wheat crop of CiSvUoe county l a failure, oau pretty fair, aud corn never looked better. The Brownsville Bee says Jane I'owell a nogro girl 15 or 16 year old, was killed by lightning in that place one Friday 14th Inst. A negro man named 6am. Mc wu convicted at Bolvar last week, of siualing-a mule. Ten years la the penitentiary. '. . The Public well at Bolivar, so lonSl needed, aud so urgently de manded by the Bulletin, Aim at last bcea completed. , The rain we had on Tuesday night f last week, was...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 29 July 1871

i V t Special axd Local. IOIIT. OATHS, Local Editor. MOBILE AND OHIO ROAD. AKKIVK. ir.rKT. Pa.soncer train for Mo bile 11:57 a.m. 12:07 p.m. Eimnitrtiii from Co- lumliim, Ky 113 p.m. If.x I ! train for Co lumbia, W -m. PMi(rpr tmin for Co- lunibus, Ky 3:00 p.m. 9:M p.m. MiSbisfiirri cextral road. AKKIVE. DEPART. Passenger Train for HiimuoldL. 135 p.m. 3:40 p.m. Esiretraiu fur Hum boldt, 7:05 a.m. 7:13 a.m. 1 h;e trains go no further than Humboldt. Passenger train sor 'W.- Orl.-nnn, l&lOp.m. 1415p.n. Express train ror i'W Orleans, 11:20 p.m. 11:25 p.m Masonic ?Iecllus;s of ittkm. J rh!)- LorMiK a 45. J. J. O'Connor, W. John G. Mann, Soe'y., Meets tlh Friday inch, month. r. JosrVa Lnnaa, No. Ktt L. T. Lln.lfy. Vf.M.;J.N. Hall, 8'x'y. Meet 1st Monday rack month. tJl.lXTOX R. A. ClIAPTKE, No. !. R. I. Chester. II. IV, Ja. O'Connor, J. IL Ch.ppcll. 8. Meet 3.1 Friday each month. J ackson Councit., No. 11, R.AR.M. Rev. A. W. Jones. T. I. . M. J. K. Chan pell, Recorder. ila'U) 4tb Mond...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 29 July 1871

i Tha hearth of honisl Vesmlag - . . 1 ... With ray of joaj light, .. And lovely eye are gleaming. As fall tbe shades ol Bight; f And while thy seare leaving' The elret pure and bright, - A tender voice half -grieving, 8r Doo'$ uy late to-night." T The world in which thou "movest " ! 11 busy, brave and. wide; , The world oC net thou lovest la on the Ingle aide. -She walu tor thy warm greeting; - Thy mule la her delight; ; Her gentle Voice entreating, 8ayaf ton1atay late to-night," ! - - .. .- f ..! The world Ueeld, Inhuman,-- t- ' Will apnrn Vm In thy fail; Tbe love of 'one Aire woman' ' Outlaata and ahaniae them all; '' Tby children will 6:-artiim fhee, ' Let fatal dark or bright;' ' " ,. At heme no (bait will, w pund thecv ' Then, "Don't May lata to-night," - Orient ' Pearls at Eailoia Stniiii. Faltf leads from, UaeH'to Jcsua. The genuroas fceAri should acorn a pleasure which., girea others pain. Laziness is a goof deal like mon ey, the more a man ha the more he want. rT , , s f f...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 August 1871

.4 ' 1 - lh ? i . 1 i 1 ! 'a " 7 1 1 7 ? ) ! a- 1 1 'f, I f 33,. 33- "WIXiXiI.3ES, DEALER LV STAPLE ABB FAKCY GROCERIES. TOBACCO, CECAXiS, HXTTFXY MPESi, TIN WARE, QUEENSVARE & GLASSWARE All of -which will be sold as chea p as the cheapest. Sharp's Old Stand, Main Street, J ackson, Tennessee fcblMSm Manufacturer and exclusive dealer in SOOTS, SHOES, HATS & GAPS, T7"EEPS a large, extensive and well assorted stock of Ladies, Misses J.V. ana Children's ' E Bought direct from Manufacturers, Boots, Shoes, Champions OOC Champions 5, 5 5 Champions 3 3 3 I 1. Ami-liana's 3 srer r -cry er o 3 3 5 i SP SO so '533 '000' a 3 3 uauiivua - .- Champions Champions 000 3 s a i 9 Champions Cham pious Champions Champion Champions Champions Champions Champions Champion Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions , 00 CD Chamoions 5 2 5 CO 15 IB n c c a x s s O 3 O "E"H.'S. SSS 3S C3 CO" Championship-; Champions H Sc Cliampions 5 2 2 00 esc a a s ChampionsGS 335 Exclusi...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 August 1871

vvnin Awn 'tdtdttvi? 1 1 XXX U 1JlU lllxUUilU. W. W. CATM, BO!K1JX!IIEROV IttltAr. JACKSON, BATUBDAT, AUG. 5, 1811. TO STJBSCRlBEBa. f Iook oat for the X mark. It will indloato that your subscription to t'ao Whio and Tbibchk haa ex pired; and it also meant that we would be pleased to Lave tow renew it. CaptjAafcat b BtMrtMS. . The surviving member of the glorious old fith Tennessee Infantry, C. S. A., will hear with regret of the death of this gallant and distin guished young officer, which occur red in the vicinity of Nashville, on the 3rd inst. lie entered the ser vice of the Confederacy when only sixteen years of age, and participi ted in a great many battles. C"5 We regret oar time and space forbid giving an account af the Agricultural and Railroad meeting at the plantation of 7. D. Theus, on Thursday; will do so next week. STATE NEWS. Tim 1 V 1 X l a- u3 wi it mi vlj iu mj cr uu won u- j u red by w ind and rain. The Pulaski Citizen", gives the names of twenty-one prisoner in ja...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 August 1871

4.i - ...... . i 5 i i Jr ill! ir. 1 ( 4 I V Special and Local. U)BT. GATES, Local Editor. MOBILE AND OHIO ROAD. ARKIVC DKP4RT, Pasenger train fcr Mo bile 11:57 a.m. 12:07 p.m Eiirm train from Co- lumbtrn, Ky- 11:03 p.m. Expntm train tor Co- lumrr rim train for Co 7:30 a.m. lumbus, Ky 3:50 p.m. 3:50 p.m. Mississippi central no ad. ARKIVK. DEPART, I'onptT Train for IlumboldU. 3:33 p.m. 8:40 p.m, Kx pres. train for llum- Imldt. 7:05 .m. 7:15 .m, 1 heae trains zo no further than Humboldt. Pavaenirer train torN. Orleans, 1110 p.m. 1115 p.m. Kxprma fain rr new Orleana, 11:30 p.m. 11:25 p.m. Mamie ITIretln a;, mt Jackaan. J tCKao Loook No. 45 J. J. O'Connor, W. M.; John O. Mann, Sec'y MeeU ta Friday each month. 8r. John's Lotkik. No. 833 L. T. Lindsey. VT.M.; J.N. Hall, Scc'y. Meet 1st Monday each month. O.lirro! R. A. Chapttr, No. 9. It. I. Chester, II. P.; laa. O'Connor, K.; J. R. CbppcH. 8. MeeU 8d Friday each month. J acksox Council., No. IS, R. & 8. M. Bev. Am W. Jone. T. I. O. M...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 August 1871

Old Time. There' a beautiful ong on the slumbrous air That drifts through the valley of dreams; It come from a clime where the roses were, And a tuneful heart ami bright brown hair That waved ia the mornings beams. Soft eyes ot azure and eyei of crown And snow-wkite forehead are there; A glimmering cross and a glittering crown, A thorny bed and a couch of down, Lost hopes and leaflets of prayer. A breath of spring In the breezy woods, Sweet wafU from tho quivering pines Blue violet cyet beneath green hoods, A bubble of brooklets, a scent of buds, Bird-warblcs and clamoring vinos. A rosy wreath in dimpled hand, A ring and a slighted vow; Three golden links of a broken band, A tiny track on the snow-white raud, A tear and a sinless brow. There's a tincture of grlol In the beatiful song ; That sobs on the slombrous air, And loneliness felt In the festive Ifcrong, Sinks down tho soul as It trembles along Frointlie clime where the roses were. We heard it first at the dawn of day, And it ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 August 1871

V1 Yr ) , o ! f I f i ; i; If - V. sr. y IR. H3. WILLIAMS, DEALER LV STAPLE AND FANCY CIGARS, NMirr, PJCPfS, TIN WARE, QUEENSWARE & GLASSWARE, All of which will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. Sharp's Old Stand, Main rcull-OlU Manufacturer and BOOTS, SHOES, HATS & OAPS, K KKI'S a large, extensive and anil Children's llought direct from Manufacturers; Bbots, Shoes, C'liaiiiploinOOOnOflcnCCCCfiCCCCCCiiuOKliuvn,') rf.l : r iliniliwiuun i Champions 3S333E35333353H333 ssuoiduivqf) Cliaiiiioii8s.s.Ui..i.'H.'H.'H.'H.'H.'2.'H.'3.'H.suoj(Itutj!;-) Cham 1)10118 S Champions i.iao ttBuoidm!,) Champions Champions Champions Champion Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champions Champion Champions Champions Champions sssas). Champions, HI l) O) CD 8) Bl M ( 'humpious (;hanipioiis------;-3--2-------?-2,-2,-2.BiiO!.lmTi!(3 Champions 523HH2SE3SEES3H2BE3 tmoiduitnjf) Champions JijljjSJSjSjSJSjSjSjSjSjljSjSjjS suojduiuq f) Champions) yuoCDoDS; suotdumto Exclusive Kight...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 August 1871

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W. (iATi:S, u. m. wiauo.n .n.f Kdlfain. JACK.SON, SATURDAY, AUG. 12, 1B71. TO ICBSCBIBEBH. Look out for the X mark. It will iudicato that your subscription to thoWmu and Tkibune has ex pired; and it also means that wo would be pleased to have you renew it. : . APOLOGY. Several obituaries from Gadsden were unavoidably crowded out, hav ing couie too late. They will appear next week. CTcvcral interesting communi rationF were crowded out this week. Head Tills, l'eople of lleoderaon. We understand that the enemies of the Jackson and Tennessee River Kailroad, are saying that tho speak ers in behalf of that enterprise, re fuse to divide timo with gentlemen who oppose it. Be it known to the people of Henderson, that the advo cates of tho road would be more than happy to meet any of its oppo sorH, at any or all of their appoint ments. If those who oppose- the road are not afraid of freo and fair dia dussion, let them accept this chal lenge now, or "forever after hold the...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 August 1871

- ! i f : . 1 fir I : w Special axd Local. UOIIT. GiVTIM, Local Editor. 7;G0 a.m. MOlilLE AND OHIO ROAD. AKKIVK. UKrAKT. Va"ZZ ,r?!n.f:,r.Ml:M a.m. 12:. p.m. Kxi-n-f.fi train from Co- luml.ux.Ky 11:03 p.m. Express train for Columbus Pa-ingcr trnln lor Co- Innibiis, Ky 3:.-,0p.m. utfffp.m. MISSISSIPPI CENTIIAL ROAD. ARItlVE. UKrAKT. I'nwntiT Train lor . ' Humboldt aKiun. 3: 10 p.m. K xi ii --train for Hum- t.i.l.lt. W " 'IIioho train go no further than Humboldt. IVhhit train lorN. Orlean 12:10 p.m. 1'ilS p.m. Kx i '!. train fwScw Oilcan, 11:20 p.m. ll:4i r.m. . niaonlc ?lcetlnt ol Jckon. .1 tCKM)S jni;r. No. 43. I. . I. O'Connor, W. M ; John G. Mann, Scc'y., Meets 4tb Friday each month. sr. Joiin'w Ii;k. Nc. &I2 L. T. Lin-lscy, Vf. M.; J. N. Hall, -e'y-1st Monday each month. Cl.ivrn R. A. CHAiTKit, No."--"-I Chester II. I.; O Connor, K.; J. K. Cb .px II. S. Meets M Friday each month. JCK."wt (nrNCH., No. 13, n.B. M. It. w A . V .lone-. T. I. G. M. J. U. Cbap- pi ll, Reorder. MctU...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 August 1871

CHILDHOOD AND MANHOOD. BY WARNER. t mw a child with prattling tongue, Among the (olden flower playing No thought ol life' tcmetuoiw wave. It young and tender mind win awaylni;. I oaw a youth with auburn hair, The Idol of a fond devotion; With m:inly hU p be trod the path That lead to honor and promotion. I saw a man with tagle rye The wily tyrant quailing 'neatb It; 11k btrapped hUaabre to bin vide, 15 ut not to runt bo did unsheathe it. 1 av a man where niortul Mrife Wan racing like nn angry billow; So fangs of fear hi visage wore. When thousand found a gory pillow. The child thal'montr the flower played, And sorted in the sunny heather, Is btt who led the mighty Inf ti. And wore tbo hero' gaudy feather. Orient Pearls at Eaudom Strang'. Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out of it are tho issues of life. Turn not to the ritflit hand nor to tho left; remove thy feet from evil. Profanity mid politeness never hb Hoeiate together. In opening our own heart wc open thoHC of others. W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 August 1871

New 1 AM iiffw recclvintr a vrrv lureo ami 41 KIMC INK line, together wilU a very Pcrfiimcry, Colognes, Hair Etc., Powder Puffe All "f mv rntU are purchned direct Ironi Vork ami Philadelphia, at their lowest cush inducement to all cash bllveri). I.would eall particular at'trntion to my FRENCH BRANDY, WINE of which 1 have the finest good in the city. lVcserlption We nuiKe the tilling of prescription a In. ii. ami the ha of none except the very t.illnn ml Uinhng or uy housti tor the pant Ave yearn. 1 also have on hand a very largo stock of the bent brands of White Xioad, X.iiicccl Oil, AikI 1'aiuli of all kinds, and on which I cannot be undersold by anybody. TERMS CASH. apl-tl F- It. LOLGMKAD. L0UGHEAD & PORTER, MANUFACTURERS OF DOOKS, SASH AND DKALKIW IS liouli and Dressed Lumber, LATH &C, I'rice J.iitt or Moulding Hook ticnit ot application. Xo. 22 Hannibal St., Let. 5th and 6th and D. Kailrottd Depot, ii The Third and Fourth Str. ft Cars run within half u juarc of the Facto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 August 1871

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. XV. OATEN, DON CANEROX 1141tor. it. .n. wisiimi. JACKSON, SATURDAY, AUO. 12, 1371. '. TO ICBCB1BER. Look out for the X mark. It will indicate that your subucription to the Wuta and Tribune has ex pired; and it also mean that we would be pleased to hare yoH renew it. , CP" We received a well written communication from a friend at Mason's Wells on Crailroad matters, which wcgret came too late for publication. Cih U the carriers fall to leave pa pers to'aiiy of our city patrons no tice of the fact Is requested to bo given at oar office. TO OIB glBS.CItlBt.ItS. We receive letters from all parts of the country, informing as that our paper fails to arrive at the prop er time. It is not received at Mem phis until Monday or Tuesday, when it ought to reach there ou Saturday. It does not reach Cam den until Monday, when it ought to bo received there at 11 o'clock Sat urday. Mr. Cullen, our efficient acting Postmaster, will testify that we mail our papers promptly, and tha...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 August 1871

art la S, v I I1 , r . F - W Special axd Local. .SORT. GATES, Iocal Alitor. MOBILE AXD orilO ROAD. AKRIVK. DK.PART. lwnriT train for Mo tile, 11:57 a.m. IKtTp.m. K.pre train from Co- lumlnix, Ky 11:03 p.m. El press train fer Co. lumbtis 7:' a.m. Pn-inprT train tor Cc- liirabus, Ky 3:5" p.m. ZMp.m. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD. ARRIVK. VKI'AUT. 5aM-inrrT Train for IIuinbol.lt S:3,p.m. 8:40 pjn. x ppim train for Ilum- boldt, 7:05 a.m. 7:15 a.m. 1 hese train go no farther than Humboldt. Pasciieer train tor N. Orleans lilop.ra. 12:15 p.m. tUTMii tram r Aew Orleans, 11:30 p.m. 11:25 p.m . Masonic .Meetings mt Jatktaa. .1 rKv Lodor No. 45. J. J. O'Connor, W. U Jobu O. Mann, Sec'y., Me.fl 4lb Friday eich month. r. John Inr,K. No. 3.TJ-L. T. I.indsev. W. M.: J. N. Hall, .cc'y. M'l 1st Monday each mouth. t 'LINTON tt. A. ClIAPTKK, Xo. !. It. 1. Chester, U. Vi l. O'Connor, K.; J. It. I h i.m1i. S. Meet 3d Friday emb month. .1 UK-so" Outsell., No. IS, R. P. M. lt-v. A. W. Jones. T. I. O. M. .1. It...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 August 1871

v. 1 ill U v 1'.. L Pno.TIlSB FOR ZIOH. The Lord shall romlort Zlon, Her wisto place restore, And ol her silent wilderness, Make Eden bloom once more. IIU garden shall she then become. And worthy ol bis choice; i latinos and thank In all her smiles. And nia-ilc in her voice. Thou, too shall wake, Jerusalem, No lonjjer drunk with wine, With none to pulde tby tottering stop He makes tbia promise thine! The cup ol Trembling, from tby lip, That made his love deplore, Hi anger stay'd His mercy taken, And thou shall drink no more! Like ismokc the skies shall vanish, And earth prow black with ycar Man, too, shall wither in bin walks, A thing of age and fvarx; Hut Zlon'i promise shall stand, A, type ol life to show. Who neck for God in lailh and love, , Nor age, nor dath shall know. Orient Pearls at Banflom Stranjc Your bins will find you out. Patience Burpasses learning. The mind ia the standard of the mind. Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet. "The forehead of the ungodly is imit s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 26 August 1871

e w AT u" O. P1TBAS3 jXDTTCa- STORE. 1AM ow reeelvinjf a very lanre and select stork of everything in the fUil'ti and MKPiCINE line, together with a very line and elegant assortment of the choicest Perfumery, Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, Combs, Brushes Etc., Powder Puffs and Puff Boxes. All of in v L'ooN are purrhael direct from the manufacturer and Importers in New York and Philadelphia, at their lowest cash price, consequently I can offer superior inducements to all cavil buyer. l.would call partisular attention to my FRENCH BRANDY. WINE AND PURE WHISKIES, of which I have the finest good in the city. Prescription We nrike the filling of prescription a tion, and tbo una of none except the very tatlon and staiidlnx of my house lor the pint Bve year. I iiImi h:iv on hand a very Largs stock of the beat brand of White Xicad, Linseed Oil, And faints of all kind, and on which I cannot be undejsojd by anybody, apl-tl k. r. loi:(;iik.i. LOTIGHEAD MANUFACTfUEUS OK DOOKS, SASH AND Kough aiu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 26 August 1871

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W. BTKS, t,l Jl,, 1. M. VIIO.Tl JACKSON, SATURDAY, AUG. 30, 1S71. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Look out for the X mark. It will indicate that your subscription to the Whio and Tribune has ex pired; and it also means that we would be pleased to have you renew it. STATE SEWS. A young men's Christial Associa tion'was formed in Memphis last week. Open cotton Lolls are said to he very common in tho Williainsport country in Maury county. Tho Bedford County Fair will commence at Sbelbyvillc, Tuesday, October 10th. Tullahonia, on the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, has a popu lation of one thousand. Maj. Josiah R. Hubbard, of Hun tingdon, has determined to move to Nashville, to practice law. Joseph Ferguson, Tax collector of Dyer county, died at his homo in Dyersburg last wetk. A man named Gauntlet, incarcer ated in jail at Troy, died there on Sunday night, 13th inst. Hon. Em. Etheridge, wo aro glad to learn, is rapidly convalescing from a severe attack of sickness. Gen. Marcus ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 26 August 1871

SPEGiALAKD LOCAL. UOI.T. il YTES, Local Editor. MOML.K AND OHIO ROAD, ARRIVE. DKP4RT, Piwrnwr train for Mo- hile. Il:ft7.m. 12:07 p.m Kxpre train from Co lumbus, Ky 11:03 p.m ITvitroMM trniti fur Co- himbu. a.m. Passenger train (or Co- limbu, Ky 8:W)p.m. 3:Ip.m. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD ARRIVE. DKPART, l-nim- Train for Humboldt 3:35 p.m. 3:40 p.m, Fumes-train for Hum boldt. ":W i.m. 7:15 a.m 1 hone trains co no further than ' Humboldt. Passr-nprr train lor N. Orleans, lilOp.m Kxivi train fir New tfc-leans, 11:20 .m 12:15 p.m. 11:2j p.m. Mnsonlc Itles-tlaara of JackMii JcKnr Iwo. No. i J. J. O'Connor, W. M ; John i. Mann, hecy., MecU 4th r rtday each month. Sr. JonVs Ixiixib. No. Xtl L. T. LimlM-v. I.N. Hall. Sec'y. Alccts 1st Monday each month. Cl.lVTON K. A. C'HAPTKU, No. 9. R. I. Chester. II. 1: Ia. O'Connor. Ka J- K. Ch'picll. S. Meeta 3d Friday each month. .Iack-wi Council, No. IS, R. P.M. ILv. A. W. .Inn. T. I. O. M. J. U.CuaP- pell. Recorder. MocU 4th Monday each mouth. I. O. ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 26 August 1871

BEYOND. A flush on alt the hills 1 spread A flush of Death and Beauty bora; As day, upon a crimson bed. Lies down to slumber till the morn. The touch of death i in the air, I feel lu icy finger chill, And yet a smile divinely fair, When 1 would weep, forbids me still. The clouds are gray, the winds are cold. The dead leaves rustle at tny teet; And on the brown, deserted world Their fitful eddies whirl and meet. But through this veil of waiting life A fresher dawn of life I see My yeaterdaya with pain were rife; To-morrow still is bright to me. And so the dying year shall seem The gorgeous portal of a fane; Where all the heart balh dared to dronm Shall burst upon its sight again. And dullest clouds to splendor turn, And coldest winds to tropic breath; Till the wrapt soul shall pant and burn To feel the waking touch of Death. Orient Pearls at Mem .Strom. Sense" is but short lived fancy. Faith is reality and substance. Laboring to please a fool is a ser vile employment. There is a prov...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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