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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 24 February 1872

r i : -SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 239 Mail Street, 21 Xi&oi Street, T. A. NELSON, President; AMOS WOODRUFF, and F. M. WHITE, Vice-President; JlfcGee $ Simmons L. (B. JETaich, General Agents for Tenn. & North r.llssi'ppi. Haj. II. G. HAY, Resident Assets, January 1, 1871 Auuual Income now, at rate of Directors: T. A. Notion, Juot W oiler,' ti. John B. Gordon, l. il.Townsend. - - A. Woodruff, II. A. I'artee, Hugh Torrance, K. C. Brinkley, Medical Board: E. MUes "vYillett, M. D., J. II. Ersklne, M. D. Atlanta Branch 'J.?.?TU Injures lives and promptly adjusts and pays lostws. It principal business li with Southern State, anil to them it appeals for patronage. It has ample means to fully protect pollry holders and pay all losses ep-Jy S.H.And DEALERS IN E. OP EVEIIY IIiSCUlPTION. STEEL, NAILS, ETC., IRON, Ato manufacturer of and wholesale and retail dealer in TIN, COPPER AND SHEET-IKON WAKE. Heating and Cooking STOVES of the moat Approved Styles AIWAT8 ON I LAND. Also, Gra...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 24 February 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE W. W. O ATK, noM c.tni:Roi id I form. u. n. uuuon JACKfOX, SATURDAY, FEB. 24, 1872. TO Olll ICBSCRIBF.RS, "Wo advise our readers and pat rons to file, at least, the number of tho Whio and Tribune, in which their names and date of subscrip tion are published. TLis will be useful, and enable them to refresh their memories in tho way of re newal. Hereafter, when your "time is out," your tinmo will be written In ICED. STATE NEWS. They are point? to form a Hook and Ladder Company at (JUrksville There Is a project on foot to build a new and elegant hotel at Oallalin Capt. F. R. Burroughs declines to be a candidate for representative iroja itDthcrford county. Anderson Dclnp, one of tho oldest merchapts of Memphis, died near tiuniuoiut, la&i wecK. Clarkfcville, was destroyed by tire iu weea. A man named Smith, shot Elihu Fults, of "Warreixounty, through a window last Week, and killed him. A man named Thomason was stabbed six times and killed, at Kenton, Obion county las...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 24 February 1872

Special and Iocal. ROBT. CAT Ef lrfcal Editor. MOBII.K AND OIITO TtOAP. 4RR1VK. PTTART. penecrtrataforM- hile.... ..lWlwn- 'Mi p m. Fjnrrss train from Co 'umbn. Ky nnwp.m. ITpres. train for Co- , l-imbu .:.TOVm. rs-wj-rrtrxlii (or Co- , n lumbus, Ky ":" P ". P-- CENTRAL ROAD. Penirer Train for Humboldt, Iyavrs Jackson. Tenn.. : P-m Kliirmi mln for Humboldt, Leaves Jsckain, Tenn., 7:10 .m These train go no further thnn Humboldt. Paenirer train tor V. Orleans Leave Jack son. Tenn.. 11:43 a.m. EIth train for New Orleans, Leave Jackson, Tcnn ll:4a P-n Mnannle Bleetlntr of Jackion. . cksov 1OTK1R No. 4H..1. J. O'Connor. W. M.: Charles Cullen, 6ec"y., Meet 4tb Friday each month. S r. .forrWH Lmvoe.. No. JK52 J. C. Pyba, W. M.;eonr O. Hmrhe. Kec'y. Meets IH Monday each month. T.rTov R. A. CHAmm. No. 9. R. I. rhetor, n. P.: Ia. O'Connor, Cbipppll. S. Meet 3d Friday each month. JAOrsfv Council, No. IS. R. A8.M. Rev. A. W. Jones. T. L.M. J. K-voap- pell. Recorder, month. Meets 4th Monday each...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 24 February 1872

ovtii and oven AGAIN. Over ami oyer again, No matter which way I turn. I always dud in the Book of Lifts Some lesson I have to loam. I nuit take, my turn at the mill, I must grind out the golden Kraln; I must work at the task with a resolute will. Over and over again. We cannot measure the need Of even the tiniest flower, Nor check the flow of the golden sands That run through single hour; But the morning dew must fall. And t .csuo and th cummer rain Must do their part, and perform it nil Over and over again. Over and over again The brook through the meadow flows. And over and over again Th ponderous mlll-wbtttl goes. Once doing w ill not sufJicc, Though doing be not in Tain; Ana a blessing, tailing us once or twice, ilny come if we try again. The path that bat once been trod In never no rough to feet, And the lesson we once have Ivarncd I never so hard to repeat. Though iO'TOwiuJ tear may fall, And the heart to lis depths 1 driven With storm and Uuipost.we need tin mall To render u...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 March 1872

I :y j 15 APTIST FEMALE SEMINARY, JACKSON, TENN. fJl'IK Spring Term of tlil institution A open the First nay Febrnary, I87, bffcrlntr advsntags for Female Education un-Nri'il iif any m;iiooi in inn ataie. Tli.i' aiuic anil eiu'iy nan are an lint any could wish. Toe furniture of (very I-nrtmenl is now ana 01 me txnt Ktvlf. and the 1'iano, !. are auperlor in strument, several ol them but recently purvbasrd. Tbe entire bulMlnen are well lighted with iris, and thui aufe from tho danger ol ex plnive oils, Ac. Tbe itoardlni? Pepartment In under tbe pernonnl supervision of the I'reid-nt and Teacher. Corps ot Teachers. EKV. (1. W. JOHNSTON'. A. M.. 1're-t- dent and Teacher Id Collejriato Depart ment. MISS '. i. IESSE, M. A.. Teaeher la Uie C'ollifiafc- and Academic Uennrtnu-nt. MIS-IK. I. Tl'KNKK, M. A.. Teacher ol Inxtrurnentnl and Vocul Mu-ic. MISS M. J. JKSSK. M. A., Teacher of tbe preparatory Department and-Instrumental Jluic. MItS. L. A. JOHXSTOX, Teneher In Aca deiHic and Preparatory ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 March 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE mn C ATI Kit ox w. n. wisdom JACKSON, 3 ATUED A Y, M A IIC'II 8, 1872. TO OCB SUBSCRIBERS. We advise our rcadr-m ami T,t- rons to file, at leagt, the number of the "Whio and TriStjne, In which their ntmei and date of ubnerlp tion are published. Thi will h aseiil, and enable them to refresh their memories in the way of re newal. Hereafter, when your "time is oat," your name will be written In RED. STATE NEWS. The McHendree Methodist church In Nashville, has a membership ot seven hundred. Cotton seed are reported to be as current as Greenbacks in Ruther ford county. LlX011. thrty miles of new iron on thelSshville and Chatanooga road, L v been laid. Mrs. Charlotte Bell, widow of late Dr. S. W. Bell, died in Hunting don last week aged 64. The renwlonxa n r r i -: .i t Milan, was slightly damaged by fire last Sunday week. A little son nf T!n! .Tni, r.r ira. ry county was thrown from a buggy nd killed last week, the horse at tached to the buggy ran away. J W McFarlnml hn ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 March 1872

J I Special and Local. UOBT. GATES, Local Editor. MOBILE AND OHIO BO AD. ARRIVE. DKTAST. Pinion err trail for Mo- Mle 11:97 .m. p.m. Kinrwlnilii from Co- lumhns. Ky 113 p.m. Kypress tmln for Co. !uralu 30 a.m. Ts'niT trn'n for Co lumbia, Ky 3:fl0p.m. 3J5Wp.ni. MlSSI'Sirri CENTRAL ROAD. Passemrer Train for Humboldt, Leave Jackson, Tenn :85 p.m Kxpres train for nurr.boldt, Leaves Jackson, Tenn., 7:10 a.m T hese train go no further tha ITtiinboldt. Pswncer train lor N. Orleans Leave Jackson. Tenn- 11:43 a. ra. Exircss train fer New Orleana, Leave Jackson, Tenn 11:45 p.m naiaalc meeting; of Jackaaa. .1 CKsrv lrOK No. 4.1. 4. J. O'Connor, W. M4 Charlea Cullen, Secy., MeeU 4tb Friday each month. S r. John's Ixhx-.k, Ns. 8331. C. Pvba, W. M.; fieorfre O. Hughes. Scc'y. Meets 1st Monday each month. tXprro R. A. Chapiter. No. fl. Tt. T. Chester. II. P.; Ia. O'Connor, K.; J. K. Cbappell. 8. MeeU 3d Friday each month. Jackv Cocwcti, No. IS, II. 8. M. Rev. A. W.Jones, T. I.O.M. J. H. Cbap pell....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 March 1872

ABOVE ALL FBICK. -"' 1 Uow dear does mother hold ' " " Her bonny little oner J uat as dear at the Jostling clover Hold the merry ud. IIow hard would mother try To please her pretty lassf Just a bard the pleasant shower Try to please the grass. How fair dee mother think The darling at her breast? Just a fair an the fleet4whitc sea-bird Thln' the wave's whito crest. IIow long will mothcr'it love For her treasure last? Juit an long an her heart keeps le ating Till her life be passed. " How much will mother's love Change from warm to cold? Just a mui-b an tlio mountain clianjrc, Or the ocean old: Overland Monthly. Orient Pearls at Random Stnmi. Infidelity, like death, a.Imits of no degrees. The devil is tlie Bishop who is never out of his diocese. The true secret of heing happy lies in trying to make others so. IxA-o is a treasure and a heritage, ouly so far as wo improve- it. There is no room in life for impa tience, for God is in it all. Milton says: He who would wiite heoic poems, sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 March 1872

State Mificellaneous and Jackson. BAPTIST " FEMALE SEMINARY; JACKSON, TEXX.?. fllllK Spring Term of this- tnatJutlo -- opcas the , -; Fir day" Xenraary, 17, ..iT. rinr advantages for'Female Education iintumiunl tv an M.I100I la this State. Thu N'pw Minde and Study 1111 re all that inr could wl-h. Tbe furniture of verr Department in. w and of the best rl an.f th. If ano. o1o. are Superior In sti-uraent". several ol tbem but recently purchased. Tbe entire bulldlnira are well llrbtil with ars. and tbu. ufe front th danger ol ex- loive alia. A a. The Hoarding repartmeut Is under tbe personal supervision of the President and Teachers. ' farpe nf Teachers, BKV. H. W. .IOHXSTOV. A. M., l'reai lent and Teacher In Collegia! XH-parU ment. i Mlfir C I- IESSE, M. A.. Teacher fn th Cnfloirliit. and Academic IeiartnMnta. MIS-iK. I.TUIlXEIt, M. A.. Teacher ol Intruni-ntal and Vocal Inlc." MIS M. J. J felSsE. M. A Teacher of tbe Preparatory iR-partincnt and Instru mental Muiric. ' MR. L. A. JIM1X3T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 March 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE XV. W. 0TM VON CAMEKOt i:4Ilr. B. M. WIIBOM JACKSON, SATTTBDAY.MARCH 9, 1812. TO OCR ICBSCRlBEBs "We advise our readers and pat rons to file, at least, the number of the Whio and Tribute, In which their names and date of subscrip tion are published. This will be useful, and enable them to refresh their memories in the way of re newal, llercafter, when your "time is out," your name will be written In RED. q !-g 1 - J J. - STATE NEWS. Middle Tennessee was coyered by a ten inch enow last Saturday. Gas is now furnished to the citi zens of Memphis at two dollars per thousand feet. - Nicholas Tate Perkins, an old cit izen of ISrownsville, disd in that place, February 2oth. Erin, the county seat of tho new county of II ou a ton, is soon to hare a, new and elegant hotel. Fifty marriage licenses have been issued to anxious couples since the organization of Houston county. Col. "V. It. Butler declines to be a candidate for tho legislature in Jlutherford County. MaJ. Hargrove,...

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. — 9 March 1872

Special and LocAir- ItOBT. GATES, Local Editor, ? 1I0BILE AND OHIO ROAD. " I'li.-i-iirt-r tr-iia for Mr- v-" hlle 11:37 Ma,, 10 r-a Ex pres. -MISSISSIPPI CENTRA I P.OAD. n..wTriliifnr Humboldt, Leaves Jackson.Tenn... .. 4:33 p.m I..-.., iriin fnr Humboldt. Lea vea Jackson, Tenn., 7:10 a.m These trains go. no farther than Humboldt.: . i ' : J. , 1 Pawner train lor N. Orleans Lenve Jackson. Tenn... ... . .. 11:43 a. ra. Express train fer New Orleans, Leaves Jackson. Tenn.. 11:45 p.m wfawaato mMllsfi JackMB. .. liraant 1-nrxis: Ifo. 4S 3. J. O'Connor, W. M.: Chsrles Cullen. SeCy.. Meets 4th Friday each month. S f. John'sLopo. So. S!3 J. C. IMmo, W.M.;Oeorge (J. Hairhes. fcce'y. Meet ft Mondny each month. . .. . v klnrnv t? . ?HArTaIt. No. 9. K. I. i-hrt- n. P- Jan. O'Connor, J. K. t h ipiwll. 8. MecU 8d Friday each month. Jacks"" Cot-sctt., No. IS. R. A S.M. Rev. A. Jones, T. I. O. M. r J. R.Cbap. pell, ltceordcr. Meets 4th Monday each month. -r . , ..: -, . - x J i. o. o. r. Mapiwik l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 March 1872

THE OEWTLEMA. It In net gold, It is not place, It In not wealth of land, Nor even learning, art or tfrace, . That makes the gentleman. tUd nature stamps him In her mint," And trslus hlra In her schooH And laugh stall the counterfeits We make by square sod rule. It's not the outword, sleek attire, N'or Jewels on the hand, ..' But tit the living heart within Thut make the gentleman. - I've met him in the home-spun coat An shook his hardened hand; I've tt.et htm In a mansion home. The laird of all the laud. I've met biin in a silken nlf With titles to lii name, Hut high or low. or rich or ihm.i , I've found him tili the sauic. The thinking head, the feelin.' biaft. To him ere ever dear, lit honor Ihem as loyally lu peasant, in peer No small, supMm thoughts, disturlie Hit jd:h in human woi tli; ll .-till believes there's su.:h a thing As friendship upon the earth, lie colls things by their projier name; Wllh blin a kcave's a knave; A prince may be a beg-gar born, A lord may be a slave. ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 March 1872

Professional - Notices. jiiiFi7:OAllR0(;l, ATTORNEYS And Counsellors at Law, .Solicitors In Chancery, JACKSCN. TENNESSEE, Office In Kf.nd' hiiil'lln. Xoith side nf Main, between Church and bainnon street, i . marM-il JNO. A. HARRISON, At tornoy nt , Ta iv, COLLECTING AGENT, Xo. .017 CHESTNUT STREET, I loom Xo. 1. Doc 23-1 ST. "LOUIS, MO. u a is i .iuu i jiiai ji ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jarkarn. Tennessee, WILL' 'prmllee in all the rnnrt of ,M iili-on ninl am rounding counties, ami in tin; Supreme anil Federal Court ol Tennessee. All civil claims attended to promptly, -. Zr n'jlii p Piconi iloor South Ent Cor ner I'Mblic !Sitiam. ' Jan 2-tf. Jas. K. Stephens, ATTORNEY AT LAV, GENERAL COLLECTOR Ail) . Commissioner of Deeds, .7 A CKSOX,' TUNN. Ian C-ltiu - 2 nil e . '5s iTullock, L-BKOWPf, VKK now over I'd I'lipvins tliii.'i decani offices 'otlin's China Store, in Anderson :iinl Taylor's block, corner of Market nnl LaKavctte street. Kntrajice at the Vest end ol Ciltus' toro,on Lnr'ayette stre...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 March 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE XT. W. DATES. I Don CA.ntKOXj Editors. B. M. wisoo.ti, ) JACKSON, 8 ATUEDAY, MAECH 10, '2. TO Ol'H SUBSCRIBERS. We advise oar readers and pat rons to file, at least, the number of the Wnio and Tribune, io which their names and date of subscrip tion are published. This -will be useful, and enable them to refresh their memories in the way of re newal. Hereafter, when your "time is out," your name will be written In RED. - STATE NEWS. Decatur county has voted in fa vor of a school tax. David Pully, aged 113 years, died In Wayne county two weeks ago. John Bullock, Esq., a prominent lawyer of Memphis, died in that city last week. ; There will be a convention of the Barbers of Tennessee, at Nashville, next Friday, 22nd isnt. Chattanoojfians are beginning to assume city airs. They want a street railroad. Lauderdale County Clerk issued eighteen marriage licenses in Febru ary. Blow for leap year ! The Clerk of the Obion County Court issued thirty-six marriage li censes in Fe...

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. — 16 March 1872

i 1;. J y i i 7 1 I V 1; V I f Special axd Local. IJOBT. OATES, Local Editor. MOBILE AND OHIO ROAI. ARRIVE. PKPART, I'awnrer train fir Mo bile,. 11:57 a.m. 12:0. p.m Expre trnln from Co- lnml.no. Kv 11:03 p.m. rrnren train for Co- lumbii" a.m, lsenrrr trnln (or Co lumbus, Ky ."?:. p.m. 3:.V. p.m, MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD. Patwnirer Trnln for Humboldt, leaves .Tarkon,Tenn.. 4:33 p.m Kniress trnln for Humboldt. Leave .I.ickxon, Tenn 7:10 a.m 1 boo trains sro no further than Humboldt. Pw-vmrer train tor V. Orleans I,enve Jackson. Tenn 11:45 a. m KxrrpM trnln fir NcwOrlennH, Leaves Jackson, Tenn 11:45 p.m DlaMBlo Meetings of Jackson. .1 iCKMit lyDOK No. 45 .7. 3. ( Connor, W. M.: Charles Cullen. Sec'y., Meet 4th Friday each month. S r. Jonx's LonoR. No. fVlO-.T. C. Pvb:i, W. MjOmtm (J. Iliiirhe. Sec'y. 4Iet 1ft Monday tnch month. O.tvros T?. A. Chattier, No. . R. I. Che-ter. n. P.: Inn. O'Connor. K.; J. R. Ch-ippell. S. Meets 3l Friday each month I ack!ov Cnrrscii., No. in, R. 9. M. Rev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 March 1872

Sic Memphis Advertisements. Memphis Advertisements. St. Louis Advertisements. Louisville Advertisements. Miscellaneous and Foreign. Medical. J. St. HOUSTON. A. S. SAYLE i i We again ce.ll the attention of the mer chants reader of the Whig" and Tribune, to our ttock of i MEN and BOYS' fitnthlncr. which will be found re plets with novelties and 'V- I partcularly adapted to your trade. Our large Cash . Facilities i enable us to offer to the merchant rare advan taaes and our larqe experience in manufac-i tunng a guarantee of protection. Orders lohcted. Call and tee ut. B. II Cooke & Co MANUFACTURERS l AND WDOLU1M DEALEKS Beady Made Clollting y ANJ Gents' Famishing GOOIDS. K K Cor. Pub. Square near Suspen- mar. 10 3n HEASY. Coma to me, soft-eyed Sleep, "W ith your ermine-sandaled feet; .Press the pain from my troubled brow With you kisses cool and sweet; Lull me with slumbrous song. Song of your clime the Blest, While on my heary eyelids Your dewy fingers rest. Come with your native ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 March 1872

Professional Notices. JAMES C. & JXO. T.ROGAX, ATTORNEYS And Counsellors at Law, AND Solicitors iu Chancery, JACKSON. TENNESSEE, Office In Bond' building:. North hide of Main, between Church mid Shannon alreeU. marJ-tt JNO. A. HARRISON, Attorney at Tjw, AND COLLECTING AGENT, No. 617J CHESTNUT STREET, JCoom No. J. . Dec 23-1 y ST. LOUI3, MO. J. li. CARITIIERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jackion, Ttnatntc, ILL prnctlce In all the Courts of ww Madison and surrounding counties, and ia the Supreme and Federal Courts ol Trainhft. All civil claima attended to prompt It. iT3y Office Second doer South East Cor aier Public Square. jsn 2'-tf. Jas. IS.. Stephens, ATTORNEY AT LAV, GENERALCOLLECTOR Comiaissioncr of Deeds, JACKSON, TEXN. .ian'-jm. HSnllock & Bullock, AMD JXO. Xi. IIKOWX, ARE now occupying those elegant office ever Collin'ti China Store, In Anderson :and Taylor'a block, corner of Market and LaFmyettc streets. Entrance at ths .tad ol Collins' store, on LuKayette Direct. dec2-lm JKO. L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 March 1872

WHIG AND TKIBUNE. W. W. GATES, ) DO CAHERO.ttV I'd I tor. U. Bl. WIS DO. 11, ) JACKSON, 9ATUEDAY, MARCH 23, '72. TO OCU SCBSCniBERI. "We advise our readers and pat rons to file, at least, the number of tho "NVhio and Tribune, in which their names and date of iubscrip tionare published. ThU will be useful, and enable them to refresh their memories in the way of re newal. Hereafter, when year "time i out," your name will be written In ItKD. I'oiipoDtmeal. Owing to the Snow storm, the Railroad meeting at Denmark is postponed to Saturday next, 30th inat. ITlcmplil and Jackson Hallroaa. Maj. Sykcs has been in onr coun ty this week for the purpose of raising means to defray the expen ses of surveying the above named road from the Madison county line to Somerville. Ho seems to think that the road he represents will be speedily built. We wish the enter prise great success. A connection with Jackson will be a great thing for Fayette county and we will be glad to see it completed. Since writi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 March 1872

Special and Iocal. ItOBT. GATES, Local Editor. MOBILE AND OHIO ROAD. ARBIV. DEPART, ltm?rer trail for Mo bile 11:57 a m. 12:0i p.m. Express train from Co lumbus, Kt 11:03 p.m. Express train lor Co in mbrns 7:30 a.m. fwn(f trsln lor Co- Iwsahus, Kr 3:M p.m. 3:5fl p.m. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD. 'Passcne-er Train for Humboldt. Leave Jackson, Tenn.. 4:33 p.m Kxiires train for Humboldt. Leaven Jackson, Tenn 7:10 a.m These traina eo no further than Ilumboldt. PuHFiinr train lor N. Orleans Leave Jackson. Trnn 11: 5 a.m. Express train fr NewOrleans, Leave Jackson, Tenn 11:45 p.m R1mb1o FIeetlar" af Jackson. J CKox hnor.it No. 45. J. J-O'Connor, W. M4 Charleii Cullen, Scc'y., Meet 4th Friday each month. S r. John's Lone,. No. 8.T2 J. C. Pybas, W. M.;C.eoore Hnirhes, Sec'y. Meets Irt Monday each month. R. A. Chapter, No. . R. I. Chet-ter. H. P.; ?a. O'Connor, J. K. Chnppell, 8. Meet 3d Friday each month. Jackwv rnnroi,, No. IS, R. S. M. Rev. A. VT. .Tone. T. I. O. M. J. R.Chap pell, Rooorder....

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 March 1872

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