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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 30 March 1872

un professional Notices. JAMES C. & Ji0. T.IIOGAN, ATTORNEYS And Counsellors at Law, Solicitors In Chancer-, JACKSON. TENNESSEE, OfflccIn I!imd' buildinir. North t.i i lo of il:iin, between Churcn anil .Shannon street. inart-tt JNO. A. HARRISON, Attorney at Tjaw, COLLECTING AGENT, No. 51" ?i CHESTNUT STREET, IZooni Xo. J. Dec 23-ly ST. LOUIS, HO. J. 1). CARLTHERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, - JacknOD, Ttnneiitf, WIT.L pracUco in all the Courts of Jlndison and surrounding counties, unit in the Supremo and Federal Court of Tennessee. All civil claims attended to promptly. TT oiiioo Second door South East Cor ner Fublic Snuare. jan 2S-tf. Jas. K. Stephens, ATTORNEY AT LAV, G E N E R ALCOLLE CTO R Commissioner of Deeds, JACKSON, TENN. Jan G-Sni. ' ISulloek S IXiilTock, .1X5). Jj. GROWTH, A ILK now. occupy In those elegant nfllces over Collin's China Storn, in Anderou and Taylor-! block, corner of Market and IjiFayette ntreeU. Entrance at the Vt end at C'oltius' store, on LaFaytlte atrovt. dec...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 30 March 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W. flATKt DOM t'AWER '.4Uor. n. .n. who JACKSON, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 'ii TO Ot'R iCBICRIBERl. Wo ad viae our readers and pat rons to tile, at least, the number of tho AVhio and Tribune, in which (heir names and date of auLscrip tion are published. This will be useful, aud enable them to refresh their memories in the way of re nenal. Hereafter, when your "time is out," your name will be written In RED. STATK NEWS. VJhatUniiOga now want n Jmrk What next t Th Waynesboro lleiieio reiorts the wheat rop in that county as remarkably promising. They are discussing the subject of a narrow gauge roau between ftiur- ncesboro ana woouaoury. The Murfreesboro Xems reports the prospect for fruit as beinjj vry ood in Kutiieiioiu county. The UcDOt at tort's station, in UoberUou county, on the Edgefield anil rveniucky ran roau, w as ucsuuy ed by fire last week. J. B. Kiiubro, Pideut of the First National Hank at Murfreesboro died at his residence near that place last week, The Li...

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. — 30 March 1872

Special aivd Local. ltOIiT. GATES, Local Editor. MOBILE AND OHIO ROAD. AKRIVR. 1FPART. Vaen!cr tratH fr M"- l.iVo, . .11:57 a.m. lT:n( p.m. Kxpresstridn from Vo- limiliui, K.v 11:"" p.m. "Ktpirs train for Co. lnmliii" 7:;f) a.m. I.Vsnper trnin forl hiinhtis, Ky G:.V) p.m. 3mIj p.m. MISSISSIPPI CKNTltAL IH) AD. Vstwngfr Train Tor Humboldt, Iim .Jackson, Trnn., 4:35 p.ra V.ium train for llnmliolilt. Uravc Jackson, Tcnn., 7:10 a.m l hem train o no further thau Humboldt. Paswnifer train tor N. Orleans I,c.-iv Jackson. Tcnn., 11:15 a. ni. Express train for New Orleans, leaves Jackson, Tenn 11:15 p.m Alasonte meeting el Jackivn. IxrKiK No. i'. W. M ; Charles Cullon, So. hYi.lay each, month. .1. J. O'Connor, :y., Meet 4th Sr. Jniitfs IWOK, No. ;i."'A-.i. W. M.;(iorv-B I. Huclics. Sec'y. 9st Monday i.ich month. rviu. Meets 'i.intov V.. A. CiiAPTrK. No. !. r. l. Chafer. II. I'.; I. oVonnor, If.; J. It. CVipiwII. S. Meets 3d Friday eah month. Jacksow CorNCir., No. 1", R. A S. M. I lev. A. W. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 30 March 1872

12 It nntiia. call the cAan reaJert of the Whig and Tribune, to our stock of MEN and COYS' Clothing. mhirh tiy ill he found re- nlfUtrifh novelties and partcularhj adapted to your trade. Our large Cash Facilities ' uU to offer to the merchants rare aaran tages and our targe exnerience in manufac- . . . i J turing is a guarantee! OI protection, vrurrjj sohcted. Call and tee us. B.IICcoke&Co MANUFACTURERS AND WIIOLESAI.K DF.ALF.r.S IX Heady Mado CtoMtiny XXD Cent' rurnlsblnp GOODS, , L Cor. Pub. j Square near Suspen- mar 10 C. CIIAOITV. When you meet with one suspected Of soma lecret deed of shame, And for this by all rejected At a thing of evil fame, Guard thine every look and action, Speak no word ot heartless blame, For the slanderer's vile detraction Yet may soil thy goodly name. When you meet with one pursuing W ays the lost have entered In, ' Working out hi own undoing, With hi recklessness and sin, Think, if placed In bin condition. Would a kind word be in vaiu? Or a look O...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 April 1872

Professional Notices. J151ESC. & JXO. T.H0G1X, ATTORNEYS Ami Counsellors ill Law, AXD Solicitors in Chancery, JACKSON. TENNESSEE, Off ire In l'."Hl' I'liiliMn-.'. North side ol Mam, between Church on I Sliaiiimii lrH. JNO. A. HARRISON, Allonioy at TTvatv, ANI COLLECTING AGENT, No. 617J CHESTNUT KTKEET, Room Xo. J. Dec 23-1 y ST. LOUIS, MO. "XL;.lAlTi!!i!ls7 ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jackson, Tctiiicsec, WILL practice. In all llin Court. "( Madison and imrroinrlin? counties, and lu tliu Supreme and Federal Courls el Tennessw. All civil claim, attended to prompt I v. t JT Mllcc Second d-.nr fVlltll Last nr ncr Public Siiiv. J 2-tf. JSitlloek & ISiillock, AND JNO. 1j. BKOtt'N, UK now oo-iipvins those, clcj.-iut ollic s over Collin's bins Sl' in Ainlornu n. I Ta'lr' block, rorner of Market nnd l.aFavctto streets. Kntram'fl tit the V .nt cud oi Collins' stolo.ou LaFaycllc strrit. dec 2-1 ni fa livm disease and Indn.' tiuii prevail to a Kreater extern man iroiaui, unj hmiw adv. ami rcnii a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 April 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W. flATE. UO CAHIER!, MUklfru. U. PI. WUDO.1 JACKSON, SATUKDAY, APRIL 6, 1372, TO OCR scnscniBERs. We advise our readers and iat rons to file, at least, the number o tho Whio and Tribune, in which their names and date of 6ubscrip lion arc published. This will be uacful. and enable them to refresh their memories In the way of re ncwal. Hereafter, when your "time is out," your name will be writteu In KKD. Anncuncimenn W .ire authorized to snnoun William ;. CecLrill as a cundinnte for tlie oftlre of Trustee ot Maiilnon county. Klection tirt Thursday in August next. Wo are authorized To aunotince II. B Wilon as a candidate fur the ollire of Tax Collector of Madison county. Klii tion lirt Thursday in August next STATE NEWS. The miow which fell here uu the -2d, was general in the whole State. East Tennessee University, at Knuxville, has 210 students. Mr. Wm. Ferguson, generally known as "Uncle Ituck," died at hW home in Trenton last weeK, aged il The Winchester Jlome ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 April 1872

Special and Local. ItOIIT. GATES, Local Editor. MOBILE ASD OniO ROAD. ARRIVK. DK1ABT. Pa'senger train for Mo bile, ..117 .m. 10 1 p.m. Ex press train from Co lumbia Ky 11:03 p.m. Express train for Co- liimbun. 7:JO a.m. renger trsln lor Co- V, lurabus, Ky . 3.90 p.m.K.5i p.m. MIS.I5Rirri CENTRAL ROAD. raenger Train for Humboldt, 1st trim Jackson, Tenn., 4:3.j p.m Kipresa train for Humbolilt, Leaves Jackson, Tenn., 7:10 a.m Tries traina go no further than Humboldt. Paa-enger train lor N. Orleans Leave Jackson, Tenn- 11:43 a. lu. Express train fur New Oriean, Imtm Jackson, Tenn 11:45 p.m nam!e Meet's ga of Jackson. .1 tenon"? Iuxsf, No. 4.1. .1. J. O'Connor, W. M Charles Cullcn, Setfy., Meets 4th Friday each month. s r. John's LonGK, No. Jwra J. C. Pvba, W. MOoorsra . Hughes. Sec' jr. Meets lot Monday such month. t"M!TO R. A. Chaptf.r, No. 9. R. T. Chester, H. O'Connor, K.; J. R, Wmppell. 8. MeeU Sd Friday each month. .lACKIWV Cocxcif., No. 18, R. 8. IS. Rev.A.W.Jone,T.G.M. J. R-Chap-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 April 1872

f Ve twain clX the itHnlistn nt the Vef- ehanls readrrt of the Whig and Tribune, to our stock of - .MEN and BOYS' i Clothing. 1 tiVA n72 fc found re- r,w iA novelties and : . , . J , parteuiariy aaapiea 10 your iraae. uur targe Cash Facilities I enable us to offer to lhe merehantt rart aavan Imars and our largt experience in manvfacA tunng is a guarantee of protection. Order solicted. CaH and He B. H Cooke & Co If 1NDFACTC EE R b AMD WlIOLrSALB DEALERS IN Beady Made Clolht?if j AND GOODS, if1 Square near bupen- C'aiiiiNC Sam mar 10 31- IffOBB AMD PLOUGH. There once wm a count, 10 I've heard it said; Who felt that hi end drew near; And he called bit Mm before his bed, Te part them his goods and gear. He called for hl plough, be called for bin word. That gallant, good and brave; They brought them both at their father's word, And thus he his blessing gave: "My first-born son, my pride and might, Do thou my sword retain; My castle on the lordly height. And all my broad domain." "On ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 13 April 1872

I Professional Notices. Wr. N.'Xl.'Hiibbnrcl, Having located it JACKSON', TENNESSEE, Oilers hi services to the citizens of Jackson and vicinity. Special utti-ntlnn given to diseases of women and children. Office at hU Itcsidencc, on Main at. miir, 9 ly. Ir.Iu 15. IIEKKON, Having Jiernineiitly located in Jackson, Tennessee, rilENOEItS his professional services to 1- the city and surrounding country. He in a regular jrra'ltiatii of Jcllcrson Med ical Colle-re. of Philadelphia, and limn an cxpericncef sixtvrn year uninterrupted practice. Mis charges will be moderate, and all call promptly attendi-d. ileixl- niurtrr at I'cndlcton A Uunran' .No. .") Bund's l!li k. Kciilciic rn Cullcirc stiect, llrt door Wet Mud. nml Ohio rail road. Fi b 1 J, Ir..T.Vr.lVilli;im.soji, ol Vm., having located permanently in J A CKSON, - - . - TENN. 4 FKKIIS 1113 PROFESSIONAL SEIC- VF vires, and trusts lliut an experience of mnrt limn .hi ve in la constant ud undivl ilod attention Ik his profession may le som...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 13 April 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W. (1TK, :ko,V k o.u, ) Ivditorw. . 91. WIS JACKSON, SATURDAY, APUIL13, 1S72- TU UCIl SUBSCRIBERS. Wo advise our readers aud pat rons to lilc, at least, the number of the Wmo and Tribune, in which their names and date of subscrip tion aro published. This will be useful, and enable them to refresh their memories in the way of re ncwal. Hereafter, when your "time is out," your name will be written In BED. Henderson Coaatjr. We are authorized to announce Joseph Rin?;old as a candidate lor Tax Collector ol Henderson county. Election lt Thurs day in August, 1172. Candidates far Cangreas. Candidates for Couress iu this, or any other district, can have their names anuounccd in theWino and Tribune, for $20. Hear this in mind. (TSIact'ii paper in East Ten nessee comes out square for Hon. Ham Kin, of Madison, for Gover nor. STATE NEWS. There is now a daily hack line from l'ulaski to Lawreuceburg. The dogs in Knox county are play ing kavoc with the sheep. A county conventi...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 13 April 1872

Special axd Local. UOHT. OATBS, Tcal Alitor. MOniLK AND OHIO ROAD. ; armvk. KF.PART. Pa-icner trafH for M- Mir 11:57 a.m. I?:"! .m KTf,resrriln frwin C'o- Itimhii.. Ky .11:03 p.m. t'titr( train for Co lumbia. . . .. . T.'Ma.ra. tr iin lor Co lumbus, Ky r.:"ni i' m. 3..VI p.m. MlSSHSlf'PI CENTRA f. road. I'aiKen-'er Train for Humboldt, I .eaves J;ickon.T"Tin p.ni ITTiirtMia trfiin for Huriiuohlt. l-3vi'i.l:irkMin. Tt iin ":10 a.m 'I Imso drains CO no further lhan 1 lumlioldt. Passenger train lor N. Orleans I.cuve .lckon. Tenn 11:45 a. m Iii'ivt train for NcwOrleiins, leaves Jackson, Tenn 1 1:49 p.m Masonic mectlOKi of Jkckxn. .ItrKmv IrKi! No. 4". O'Connor, V. Charleri Ciillcn. Sec'y., Meet, stb Friday etch month. P r. ,Tnn's LotxtF. Nr. KM J. C. ry nss, W. M.:irse G. Unfiles. Sec'y. Alecta 1st Monday each month. rilJCTOT R. A. CirArTFR, No. 9. R. . Cheater. II. I.; I a". O'Connor, .1. It. s 'h'lppcll, S. Mwt ad Kriilay e ach month. .1 ruiKs Corncrr.. No. 1", R. A B. M. liev- A. W. ....

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. — 13 April 1872

JLif rMvtrrS of tlie Whig and Tribune", to our stock of MEN and BOYS' Clothing:. u'Aicft utfl be found re plete with novelties and parlcularhj adajfed to your trade. Our large CasU Facilities enable us to offer to the merchant t rare adcan tages and our large experience in manufae-' turingisa guarantee ofnrotection. Order ! solicted. CuU and see us. I Tj. II Cooke & Co MlSUFiCTUtltb AND WHOLKSALK MCAl-EKS Beady Mado Clolhiny J AND flmntml l'nvniiliiuir' GOOES, i'r-J 8. E. Cor. rub. j1-- -: J Square ntar Sucn- mar 13 on. BOBOLINK. Tliroat brimful of music Cannot keep it in; Bless me! Wouldn't have you try; 'T would almost be s kid. Should think 'twould cbokc you though, sometimes, The aperture's to small That all this noise must struggle through, Or not get out at all. Swinin;; ou the lilly-cups, llidlug In the clover, Prince of comic vocalists. Saucy little rover Give us a gem Iroiu Mozart; A taste of Meyerbeer; Ur it niorceau from Itossinl, Kit for cultivated ear- 'Cannot? Well...

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. — 20 April 1872

Professional Notices. Ir. . It. Hubbard, .-" Having located it JACKSON, TENNKSSKE, OI),.n hi sen ices to the citizens of Jackson ami vU-rnity. Sieeial attention given to .diseases of women and chll dren. ortlce al liia Residence, on Main st. mnr. 0 ty. ' r . li. 15. HEItltOX, Having permanently located In Jackson, Tennessee, rBiFvnFTJS h' rrnf-iionnl scrvl.f to A tbe city anJ urroun'iinf country. Ho In regular pr;nlu:ita of Jclfcrson Med ical College, of Philadelphia, and has an experience of sixWcn yean uninterrupted practice. His r.b:irj;e will he moderate, and all calls promptly attended. U"d .mnrtsr. at I'eudlclin 4c liaaean'B, So. S Bond's BlocK. Residence fnColleire street. Urstdoor West Mob. and Oliio rail road. Feb 17, 1M72-U. . WHIG L1VKK disease and InUirca- tlon prevails to a ureater extent than pronauiy any ouior mu. ady, and relet! alway ana-js jftfsim- loimly soUKbt after, If tn w e h Liver I reiruiateu in it4Vai .sraad taste , I action, hsaltu l aimoeteV in the invari...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 20 April 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. uor caiiii:boiii Editors'. . in wiDOn, t JACKSON, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 173. TO OCa SUBSCRIBERS. Wo advise our reader and pat rons to file, at least, tho n amber of the "Wma and Tribune, ia which their names and date of lubscrip tion are published. This will be useful, and enable them to refresh their memories In the way or rc- " ne-wal. llcrcafter, when your "time !b out." vour namo will be written r In KEI. I'OR CO.VGRE8S. We are authorized to announce Urn. T. II. I! ELL, of Dyer County, as a candidate for Congress in this district, subject to the decision of the Democratic Convention. Kladiisa County. We are authorized to announce K. S. FLY, aa a candidate lor Trustee of Madi aon county, election 1st Thursday In Aauat, U72. Key Loit. Last Sunday, 'on Cumberland street, between Baltimore and Main, a medium sized brass door key. Please return it to the Wmo and Tribune Office. STATE NEWS. Mr. Gus. Woods, aged 71, died of dropsy at Trenton lat week. R. P. Cyrert Is a ...

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. — 20 April 1872

Special and Locau KODT. GATES, Local Editor. MOBILE AND OHIO ROAD. ARRIVE. DWART, PannT train for Mo bile, 11:57 a.m. 1". r-m, Express train from Co- luratrtiis Ky. . ..11:03 p.m. V nrw. train for f'lV luml.n ' ' ' 7:.K).m PrnKunitrrr f mill for Co lumbus, Ky 3:00 p.m. 3: p.m. MISSISSIPPI CKNTRAL ROA.D. PawnirT Train for Humboldt, Leave Jnckwin, Tenn., .'. .-. .'. . .4:3.5 p.m Rxurexa train for Humboldt, Leaves Jakin. Tenn., 7:10 .m ThPBo f raint fro no further than Humboldt. ' . Pwnenffer train lor N. Orleans - Leave Jackson. Tenn 11:43 a. in Knrn train for Wew Orleans, . - Leave Jackson, Tenn 11:15 p.m itlaaenle ITIeetiage ef JackMBt MfKnOM IortfiR No. 45. .1..). O'Connor, W. M- Charles Cullen. Sec'y.. MeeU sib Friday etch month. S r. John s Itx3k. No. 332 .r. C. r.vb, W.Mjfieonre U. ilutrhcu. Rcc'y. 41e-t 1 Ht Monday tach month. lYmrn 1?. A. Chapter. No. 0. R, I. Chester. II. 1.; J. O'Connor, J. K. Cbnppell, S. Meet 3d Friday earn month Jacksow romrn., No-. 18, R. fl. M. Rev. A. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 20 April 1872

( tu. rrt tall the vr& l , nf Ike ner- chants readers of the Whig and Tribune, to our stock of ME2f and BOYS Clothing:. tnill he found Tt- r. 14 inik mmtllies and partcularly adapted to yourtraae. wur mryc Cash Facilities enable vs lo offer to the . . i merenants rare aavan tugcs and our large experience in manvac-' I luring is a guarantee ofnrotection. (Jrdert tolxcted. CaH and tee us. ! B. II Cooke & Co MAN U FACT I'SIBH I AND j WIIOLKSALK DEAI.KKb ! w Beady Made ' ClolJring j AMD Oasis' rarnl.hlna; GOOES, . E. Cor. Pub. Square near Sutjien- SAfiB mar IS 3a. RECEIPT TO lltKG A KISS. From rosebud yet unblown, who? vernal nioru Perfume the gale, unconscious of a tburn, Tbe purest purple take and steal from May The . pearls tout gem the lawn when springs tUe day, . Crop tbe young violet from her scented bed, And spoil the primrose of its velvet bead; With love'a own odors charged, and steep ed in Joy, The honey' labor ol the hive employ. But search with cure the aromatic work...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 April 1872

Professional Notices. H. II. Hubbard, Having located In JACKSOX. TENNESSEE, .ir. r. hi. senicia to tlio citizen of Jackson and vicinity. Spend attention given to diseases of women ami children. Office al hi" Roiil(iac, on Main cU unr. ! ly. Br. Ii. B. MERKOW, I!:ivin permanently loc.-ited In Jackson, Tennessee, rilENOKIIS his professional service, to A the citv ami siirroun.lin? country. Ilo i a rejruiur prrn tunte of .Jefferson Med ical College, of Philadelphia, and ha. an ttxperience of six Wen ypars uninterrupted pr.uti.e. Hisctianre. will I.e mod.-rate, and all rail, promptly attended. Ilean iiiarUr at Pendleton tt Duncan', No. H Ilnn.l's Hlocfc. lie-sidcnce n College street, flr-t door 'H Mob. nd Ohio rail road. Feb 17. ISTi-tt. 5r..I.!V. WIllIamMoii, ot Va., bavins located permanently in JACKSOX, - - - - TEXX. OFFERS HIS rXiOKESSIONAL PEK vires, and tru-ti that an experience or more than &" vearu in contant and undivl- led nttentlon'to his profession may be aou.e introduct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 April 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. no.M c-A m KKo..V Kdltora. I. .11. ISUU.Tl, ) .1 AcKSON, S ATUBHA V, APRIL27, 1172. tii otn srnsi iiiiu.iis. "We advice our readers and pat rons to lile, at least, the number of the "Wino and Tribune, In which their names and date of inscrip tion arc published. This will be useful, and enable them to refresh their memories in the way of re newal. Hereafter, when your "time i out," your name will bo written in ici:i. i on ( o(;iti si. We are authorized to announce Gen. T. II. BKI.U f I'ycr County, as a rsudiihitc frr t on-ros In thin district, subject to I be (ti ci-lun of tlio Democratic ConviilIon. We are authorized to announce Hon. R. P. CALDWELL, of Trenton, an a eandi tlnte for reflection to Cenj;ress, from tlii district. Klectlon first Tuesday In Novtm hrr next. STATE NEVVS. Thirty-eight counties in the Stale hii to levied a county school tax. The Hay wood' county jail is emp ty. Dr A.M. Prim, of IJardin county, aged 47 years, died last week. Tho Waynesboro Re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 April 1872

r Special axd Local. KOBT. GATES, Local Editor. ' -. MOBILE AND OHIO KOAD. J ARRIVE. DKFAIIT. Pawencer f rala for Mo bile, 11:40 a.m. lliVlp.m. Express train from Co lumbus, Ky 11:20 p.m. Express tniin for Co- lumhu ":30 a.m. riiirnr trnln for Co lumbus, Ky 4 20 p.m. .V p.m. MISSISSIPPI CKNTRAL ROAD. Passenger Train for Humboldt, Leave Jackxon, Tenn., 4:40 p. m Kx press train for Humboldt, Leaves Jackxon, Tenn., 7:13 a.m Ihese train go no further than Humboldt. Pvwnier train for N. Orleans Leave Jackson. Tenn 11:20 a. m. Enres train for New Orleans, i Leaves Jackxon, Tenn 11:83 p.m ' ; 1I atonic Meetings of Jackson. I .1 ckon 1OTK5F No. 45. J. J. O'Connor, i W. Charles Cullen, Sec'y., Meets 4th ! Friday each month. ; r. Jotrs's Loner, No. 3.12 J. C. Pvbas, W.M.;Oeon?e O. Hughes. Sec'y. Alerts I rt Monday sach month. 'T.rxTO?c R. A. Chaptkr, No. 9. R. T. Chester, n. I; las. O'Connor, K.; J. K. Chnppell, 8. Meets 3d Friday each month. Jackhoi Council, No. 13, R. 8. M. Rev. A. W, Jones...

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. — 27 April 1872

i attention of the mrr rhants readers of the j Yt'Uig and Tribune, to I our ttnek of M KN and BOYS - Clothing. trh irh 1U 11 be found re- 1 pU-tewith novel t ics and, .arlcutarly adapted to; your trade. Our lirgri nable us to offer to the Merchant rare advan j xperimcc in manvfac- luring is a guarantee) of protection, vrarrs tolictca. y,uu. um ki vs. B. II Cooke & Co HINinCTCIiERS AND WHOI.rSAI K IlKALMiH IS Beady Made A35D n .. a. 'era ww Uhlnv' G CO JDS, K E. Cor. Pub. Square near irurpen THE tnllBCII. A usurer a princely fortune made,' Though not by fraud or even tricks of trade; But a he vowed because Heaven de signed to Mens His honest toil and give him rTat success. Kuger to show the gratitude thut filled His awelling breast he now bejjan to build An alms-bouse, doubtless hoping that the Lerd ThU plou( undertaking would reward. When all wan ready, in exultant mood, Viewing the goodly pile the miser stood, Thinking how well the work f love weuld py. "When a shrewd neighbor ...

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