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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 15 June 1872

Professional Notices. J 1MES C. & JXO. TJIOG IX, ATTORNEYS , And Counsellors at Law, AND Solicitors In Chancery, JACKSON. TENNESSEE, office In Timliii' Jtlock, room for merly occupied ly Campbell & McOorry. nia'rU-U. JNO. A. HARRISON, Attorney at Law, AND COLLECTING AGENT, No. 517 CHESTNUT STI1EET, Iloom No. 1. Dcc'J.I-ly ST. LOUIS, MO. J. li. I'lMITIIGRS, . ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jicktn, Teintnct, Wll.l. practice In all tho Court of Mmlisnn nnil Ktirruiindinir counties, ;ind ia the .Supreme anil federal Courts ot 'rriin-.T. All civil claim attended to promptly. I JT" Oltice Si-ctmd door South Knst Cor ner i'ubltc Kjimrr. jan UM-tf. Jtullock cV ISullock, ANI I NO. Jj. ISKOIVX, KK now necupyinr. tlroe i-H-gant office over Collin' e hiss Sloes, In Anderson and Taylor' lln-fc, formT of. Market and l.aKayctUi stn-et. ICwtraivce at the. West end ol "lliu.t' rtoro.tm LaKayctte street. jfo;t.ll.&II.W.TOlLL ATTORNEYS AND Couticcllors fit Law, Norr It ISast Cor, Public Square, Seconds ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 15 June 1872

WfflG AND TRIBUNE. w. w. gati:, UOK CAITIHUO lid i ton. u. pi. wisoo.n .IACKSOX, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1S72. llendersou Countr Wo arc authorized to announce Hon. I'eter Pearson, ana candi date to represent Henderson county in tho next legislature. Election next November. Wo aro authorized to announce Lkvi S. Wooob, of Lexington, as a cundidato to represent Ilcudcreon county in the next legislature. Elec tion next Novcmbor. 8TATK N1SWS. They had a case of etui stroke at Kuoxville lant week. Cov. John C. Brown is unequivo cally for Crct!cy and Brown. Wheat harvost throughout Tcn iieu'cu in now in full blatit. EJThcy arc about to orani.o a Na tional Bank at Union City. Capt. Meredith Helm, of Colum bia, died June 3d, in the tilth year of his ago. Ilcv. I. II. BnnkH wax installed iw paHtorof tho I'rewhytorian Church at Murfroesboro last Sunday. N. II. Curric, for reasons ho could not control, decline to further can vass for Sheriff of Haywood couuty. The Clarksville papers report the wheat...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 15 June 1872

Spfxial Aivn Local. UOIJT. GATES, Local Editor. MOKILK AND OHIO KOAP. JIail train for Mobile, arriircat 11:31 p.m Kxprete. train for Mobllo " lOUW a.ra Mail train lor Columbus, Ky ., 0:3.i a.m. Kinress trin for Columbus. Ky,0:47 p.m ExprcsR train ston only at Important stations South of Jackson, lards will be found twisted ia a conspicuous place in each Ktation Ilouso, bowlnj,' where this train does not t"J'. MISS1!Sirri CKNTttAI. KOAD. l'juM-n'iT Train for Humboldt, Leaves Jackson, Tenn., 0:23 p.m Kxpreh train for Humboldt, Leaves Jackson, Tenn., 0:10 .m TIioho tniins go no further than Hiiiiilpolilt. t'uHvrnttcr train lor S. Orleans l avc Jackson, Tenn., 1 1: 1.1 . tn. K press train for New Oi li nns, leaves Jackson, Tenn 11:2. p.ni i'laxonic rrlcetiuKS Jackion. .Im-kn Iikt.k No. Vi. J. .1. Wonnor, W. M.; Charles Cullen, Secy., Meets 4tU Kriday e u li mouth. S r. John' IxtMir, No. Xti-J. C. r.vban, W. M.; Gcoritn U. Hughes. Scc'y. Meets I -t Mondiiy each month. ri.iNT! i:. A. ciiA...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 15 June 1872

1 We again cull the attention of the tner- chants rentiers of lhe Vhig and Tribune, to our ttock of MEN and BOYS Clothing. which wrtl be found reA jilelt with novelties and irarlcularly adapted to your trade. Our large' Cash Facilities ' enuLU us to offer to the mcrcluintx rare adran tage$ and our large , ; rjpcri'tice in manvfac- luring it a guanuiU-isj ; of protection. vruers ' srdtctcd. CaU and see u. ! B. II Cooke & Co M 1 K V lf,A CTU KE R 8 ' AND WIIULESALK DKALERit Ready Mado dolhhtrj , AND f.rnltt rurnUliiDK GOODS, K E. Cur. J'ub. -v'uare near Su.'pen- in:ir Hi 3ni, Tba nulldius; ol the Nest. They'll coine nln te the apple-tree IUibin ami ull tho rcit When the orchard blossoms are fair to we In the Know of the blossom dressed; Ami the prettiest thing In the worli will be Thu building ol the nest. Weaving it well so round und trim, Hollowing it with care, Nothing too fur away for him, Nothing for her too fair; Hanging it Hale on the topmost limb The ir castle in the air. ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 22 June 1872

Tr !i . U, 1 ,1. At nil. Ut tr ii f ProfcKHional Notices. J.UIBS C. & JXO. T.noo.ii ATTORNEYS And Counsellors at Law, AND Solicitors in Chancery, JACKSON. TENNESSEE, WHUt.-lu Toinlin'a Dock, room lor inn ly occupied by Campbell t McC'orry. mailt II. JNO. A. HARRISON, Attorney ut Iuv, AND COLLECTING AGENT, No. 517$ CHESTNUT BTKEET, lloom No, 1. Dec 23-1 y ST. LOUIS, MO. J. II. I'MIITIIERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jnchano, Tenaencci I in I.I. practice In all the Court of V w Madison and surrounding counties. mil I In the Supreme ami Federal Court nt Tennessee. All civil claims attended tu promptly. fiT" other siccond ilnor South East Cor m i I'ul. lie square. jntt'iH-tt. Itiillock A ISnlIock, AND ISKOWIV,. IUC unw m ii(vhir: Hum cli'tut oflii ca ovrr 1 rljtti I'liliia Store, in An1vr(iii mi'l T.lrt tiltx'k, rormT if Market nml IiKst'M ftm-h. Kntram-e nt thr Wwl finl ol "linm' torH.ou LnKnycttc ttlrtrt. I 1 in ATTOKNEYS AND Counccllors at Iaiiv, North Cast Cor. PuIiHc Square, Hecoutl Stor...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 22 June 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. HON CAKIKKOI tlitOI-M. i. at. wisuu.n a, ) JACKSON, SATURDAY, JUNK 2-2, 1S,2, l or etto Legislature. Wo arc authorized to announce Sloiltlert CuruthorK, Esq., a candi date to represent Madison county in tliu next Legislature subject to the Hi tiou of u contention. STATU N liVVM. C'l.irkville lia-t a steam fire en gine. The wheat crop of I'cilfonl coun ty irf rciruciitci as being very tine. The News reporJa the cottwu, wheat and corn in Kuthcrlord comi ty, a 1ciii very line. The residence of T. 1. Martin, of (Jardner'H Kt.-if.iou was, a short time since, accidentally destroyed by fire. Tha third annual tobacco fair, at Clarksville, last week, was, in all respects, a success. Joel Pitts and Miss Lavania Vales were the first couple married-in Moore county. L. 1. r.rifrht, of Faycttcville, u a candidate lor lloater from Lincoln and lilies counties. Dr. S. W. Frier'-on positively de cline! to be a candidate for the leg islature from Maury county. The Trenton fiazcttc re...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 22 June 1872

Special aim) Local. ItOltT. ATI, Local Elltor. Mor.ll.K AND OHIO no A IK Mail traiaforMobllo, arrieat 11:31 p.m. KiprpM train for Mobile " 10.l0a.in. Mail train lor Olumbua, Ky ., fr.'ifta.m. Express train forCohinibu-. Ky.fllTp.m. K. proa train rtm only at important xt.itionH South ol Jw lwm. Card will I found kUmI in a eonrilc-liniu place in each Malioti limine, .bowing where thb train doea not fctop. MlSSISSIfl"! I'KNTItAL IIOID. IVwacii'-cr Train lor Humboldt, 1cavc Jackson, Tcnn., .- i.m Kxpn-nd train for Ilumlxilrit, Urnves Jiii-kaon, Tclin., .0.10 a.w 1 Ik-mo I rain tro uo further than lllllillxdilt. I' iMwiiirrr t nil ri lor N. Orletin l,oave .lackon,Tcmi., 11:1-1 a. in. Expre-, train for NewOrlcan-, Jackon, Tenn 11:2-1 p.m Mitnsulc meeting ! Jackson. .1 CK!f lXl)T,ir No. 4.". 1. 4. O'Connor, W.Mj Oniric. Cullcn, Kee'y., Meet lh Friday each month. St. IoiinVm liiilMJK, Nv. XYSJ. C. l"ylaa, W. M.;lcorkf it. Unfiles, .Scc'y. Meet 11 Monday each month. Ciinto It. A. CnArrm, No....

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 22 June 1872

. V- r V I. or it own. If I had known in tbc morning, How wearily all the day The words unkind would trouble my mind, Thatl said wlfon you Went away, I had been nioro cartful, darling, Nor given you needles pain; But wc vex our own with look and Wo might ncyi-r take back n-uin. Miscellaneous and Medical. I MERRIUAIV it Y ILLCO Y IS. IS. It. ItADWiY'S READVRELIEF tunc. Kur though in the quiet evening You may give me the kin of peace, Yet it might be that never for me The pain of the heart should cease ! How many go forth at morning Who never come home at ni;;ht! And hearts have broken for hard words vpoken, That sorrow can ne'er set right. W liave careful thought lor the utrangi r, And smiles for the sometime guest; Hut olt for our own the bitter tone, Though we love our own the bent. Ah! lips with the curve impatient! Ah! brow with the shade of k otii! 'T were a cruel late were the night too late To undo the work of morn ! Orient Pearls at Ranflom Strum . It in our business In this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 July 1872

Professional Notices. JlESMTJIO(a, ATTORNEYS Ami Counsellors at Law, ANI Solicitors iu Chancery, JACKSON. TENNESSEE, oillre In Toinlin' I!!ock, room tor tm ily occupied by Campbell A; .li 1'i.rr;. . m.ii'JIt. JNO. A. HARRISON, Attorney at Ijixxv, A NO COLLECTING AGENT, No. 617J CHESTNUT STREET, Jioom Xo. 1. I .: 23-ly ST. LOUIS, MO. j. ii. cuiimiiiiis, ATTORHEY AT LAV, Jackson, Teuneec, WILL, practice In nil tho Courts of Madison itnii surrounding ciitinlic. mill iu tlie Supreme anil Federal Courts of Tennessee. All civil claim attended to promptly. .JrJT" i mice Srrond door South East Cor ner Public Square. Jan 2-t-if. ISiillock cV ISuIloek, AM) JiVO. Ta. ISItOlVX, ARE now occupying those, elegant f.Hii cs over Collin' China Store, in Anderson mnl Taylor' block, corner or Market :iul I .:i Fayette Htroots. Kntranee nt the Wf?t nut ol Collin' Hlore.on LaFayctto street, ilcci-lm JSOTUU lf. TO MUX ATTORNEY'S AND Couuccllors at Law, North ISast Cor. I'ublic Square, Second Slory. JA CKS...

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

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. w. v. tiTt:(, ! OAHIDIIO MUt I lor JACKSON, SATURDAY, JULT 6, 1171. STATE NEWS. Col. A. li. Christian is announce, a-i a c&miiilate to represent Carroll county in the Legislature. Mrs. Matt. Lou, wife of Marion Kemp, of Weakly county, died last week, of consumption. Thou. K. Kichardsoii, of Dyrrs ljurjr, declines to become a candidate for the Stnto Senate. Tho (Jizcttc snys there is a fifteen year eld hoy in Trenton, who weighs jilt) lls., avoirdupoisc. An election will he held in the new county of Moore, to-day, to hc lecl a permanent county site. The "V arrcn House," at McMinn- villc, has been rebuilt, and is now open to the public. lJnth Jackson and Iiolivar want tin; Miss. Central Kailroad Shops, ami .Jackson must have them. The County Court of Haywood last Monday elected C. 1. Tolivcr. Tax Commissioner. The Convention lor Montgomery county endorsed old Frank Cheat ham lor Congress, at large. More than one hundred dollars in greenbacks are offered by the Kn...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 July 1872

Special and Local. UOItT. tJ.VTMS, IK.iil Kditor. MoMLK AND OHIO KOAl). Will train for Jlo'.ilc. arrive sit ll:!lp.m Kxpr train fr .Mobile " 10:.70 a.m Mail train b.r 'olunlhii, Ky ., (:3."a.ni. ir I rain for -il li inlu. Ivy, 0.17 p.m. Kxpn-.s train sto" only at Important v tniiiitis South ol .l ii knn. Card will be fiiiin.l po-led in a fiiii-pirimiM place In each Station House, .howim; when: th's train doe- not stop. Missi'sirri ckntp.ai. uoah. 1m ii.'i r Train for Humboldt, laavis Jack-on, Tenn., p.ru K press train for Humboldt, Leave Jack m, Tenn., 0:10 a.m 'I In'! trains tro no further than Iluinluililt. l':iMiti;rr train lor N. Orleans l,cavr Jackson, Tenn., ll:l- a. 111. K itcsk train for Sew irlcau, l.r.-ivci' Jack-on, If-nn lh'Jip.rn ytu-nnic Meetings of Jackson. ".lAf'K'iiOM COMMAVMtY. No. J.'!. .lolin Clie-ter. Eminent Commander.; John L. ltrown, Ib-cnrder. Meet on tlic ltd Muo- day nilit of eicli mouth. liCK-os" lioir No. 4."i. .1. I. ' 'oniior. W. M ; Charles Cullcn. S-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 July 1872

TDATi Don't tell me of to-morrowl If wr look uion lbs part; Mow much tUnt wo have left to ilo We cannot do at lt! To-day! It In the only time k'or all on thitt Trail earth; II taken an ngo to form a lif A moment j?tvc a birth. lion't toll mc of to-morrow! (iiTC mc the man who'll any, W hene'er a good deed's to bv Jour, Let'fi do the deed today; We may all command the present, If we act ami never wait, Hut repentance it the phantom Of the pant that comet too late. Orient Pearls at MM Strnnn It ia Rood to toe bloKinjr as they iHuo from graca ana mercy. Sin In too strong for the best argu IIIVIltK. Tlio hearts of men naturally, arc fu If net In them to do evil. Hope mar bud under cloud, but IdOKHOiii ouly in sunshine. The bent throw of the uiec is to throw them away. Moral ftnasion uercr did. and iict rr wilt J nod ncc love to Christ iu the carnal heart, which 13 enmity. Now ia tho sced-tiuic; and "what a man kowctli. that ahall ho also reap." Kverrthinir of iinoortance ia af fected by...

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. — 13 July 1872

f J u er 9 Professional Notices. L.vvni:.ci: i;. talhot. Attorny at Law, M' . .,.,.,..,. . , i-i-ii. LULIaI'A I 1 -N ' c . Y ' ( 1. A I , J ' lv---'. i M.--KI . 1,;;:: ..w r Nt-.-'.v ..,: i ; l," ii.-w I 1 '!'. l-i'll c IVil ( H'.( I I 1 ii it I ,V 1 VI I T II 14. 1 AVfoRMEva " A 11 J Cimu-rllurs ul Ln w, AN" Solicitors ilt Chance ry, JACKSON. TENfir.JSCE, ,...,..,,.,,. M..v!:v. JNO. A. IIARIIIQON. -an!.- COLLECTING AGENT, .. -I7A I'UKSTM I' ISTI.'KUT, U.kuii .Xi,. t, I. .... , si I' I, ,11 '-'-1 " I ' '' j. !!. l'l!!lT!!i;i!S. ?VTTORriEY AT LAW, JmcIomi. Irmicwl:, liril.l. .i:i, tii' !ii ill tin "'ii'-' 'f ,iji4hiii nti'j tirr.Miii'iiitv ri-iinu'. urrwiiii'liiiv ri'iiiiu--.. i.l in IN.-mijm iik-Mini Pr" r il '..i.l' il rnmiK-.r. !l i-ml ii;tiun ;.l -4 mli.l t. t-iKiiiMiv. t I' 1 Min i. 1 hi.. I 1. .1.11 ..nlli t I in- I'M'-Hi: .-Mill..!-.-. j.iu J i-ir. n'd. tl 9 k T,r .'. 9 4. li M lln.v l,. -u J. i 11 t '-.l r 1 I. '-t'tt ,'llu 1... uvt-r 'i.llln'. I l.im i l-.-. in Mlrr--.li .nu...

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

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. ur SBr- SI aYBr- HON CAHIKRUN.V I 'd I tor. JACKSOS, SATURDAY, JULY IS, 172. Wo aro authorized to an nounce lion. W. W. Vauglsan, of Haywood county, as a candidate for re-election to Congress from this, the 8th. district. Election in No vember next. l'aklllcal meeting. The Exccutiue Committee of tLe ighth Congressional district will, by order of tho Chairman, Col. B. J, T.na. assemble at Humboldt, on Wednesday, 24th inst., for business STATE NI2WS. A mad dog was killed in Fayette ville the other day. Sam. It. Gammon, of Memphis, U a candidate for representative. Boyd C. Bledsoe i a candidate for Senator from Shelby county. Sheriff Curry, of Shelhy county, retains Cant. 1. F. Jackson an jailor. John B. Johns has been nomina ted by a primary vote, for tax col lector of ltuthcrford couuty. Wilson county has at 'last passed a dog law, for thu protection of the sheep of that old county. Major J. W. Eldridgc consents to 6crvo Shelby county in the legisla ture, if elected...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 13 July 1872

Special a:d Local. ILOItT. OATHS, Local K,Ut4r. Mor.ll.K AND OHIO HOAI). SI .nit train for MnWIe, arriTcat )'.m. - Kxin mi train fr JIubilo " Kh.'n).ni. Mail train lor Columbus, Ky.. U:Xia.in. Krrs train for Columbia. Ky,U:47 p.m. Kxpre train ston only at important stations South ol Jaskson. Cards wlllb found potted in tonxpicuoiu jdai-eln each fetation Hoiiar. unwing where tb's train 4loe not M. MISSI5SIMM CKNTItAI. ROAD, l'jwucrr Train for Uumbolilt, Leave- Jackson, Tenn., ... .tt.23 p.m tjpnfMi train for IlumlKildt, leaves Jaricnon, Trim., 0:10 a.m 1 )isn train go no further than HimiboMt. i-en-;or train lor N. Orleans l-av Jackson, Tenn., 11:1 a. m. Kir.i train for New Orleans, l-c tves Jek-on, Tcnq 1 1 p.m Jlaaaislc meeting ! JackMa. ".lAOCiiOM C'OMMANORY. NO. M. Job Cliestor. Kminent ,'ommander.: John Brown. Ui-order. Mm-tn on the .'Id Hon ly nibt of each month. J.cksox lync.K No. 45. I.J. O'Connor, W. M-; Charles Cullrn. Sec'y., Meets 4th Friday f;ti month. St. .Ioiin'a Lono,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 13 July 1872

, V- r tf v. ' -v 3 i J J ! ; j i i 'I ' rue rxajitu. 't f nil put-salts by man Invented Tim farmer I the boat contented; Ills profits fool, bin calling high, And on his labors ail rely. . . .-w... Uy liiiu arc all mechanics led, Of biin tlio merchant socks bit bread; ilis hands give meat to everything, K'on (rem the beggar to the king. aiilk and honey, corn "and wheat, ' -Are by bis labors made complete; OuIIh-s (row hla efforts Brat arise, ;'f 0 dock tho fop or dress the wise. Tlton wc by vote may justly state Tlnit fanners rank among the great; . More tndcpenifcsit they than all j Til it dwell upon this eurtbly bail. All built y farmers! young and old, ' i'u b on your plows with courage bold; Your wealth arise Irom your mm I, Your iiftupcoilciu-o froia ymir hid. II' then, tho plow supports the nation, j 'Aud men of rank la every station, Let kini?s to farmers make a bow. Awl own the power of the plow. . - Orient" Feartf at Kanjom" Stramu Cheerful life la tho only real life. ! - D...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 20 July 1872

I I Professional Notices. LA WHENCE E'TALEOT, Attorney at Law,, -; ajn. - -- - COLLECTING AGENT, t' JACK 'SON', TKX KfiSfc I- Oflici over Ncoly an'j Bdjerto' new Dm Store, - , - - - JulyO-tf. James e. & jaq, t.houan, ATTORNEYS ... And Counsellors at Law, ....... ; Solicitor; - In CLiuicerj, . . JACKSON. TENNESSEE, tf ice In Tontllu'H I'.ltx-k, roots for. mcrljr occupied by C'aiuptell A JIcCocrY. marll-ti. JNO. A; HARRISON, Attorney at lmr, . COLLECTING AGENT, No. 17 CILE3TNUT STREET, Room Xo. J. Dcc2Vly 8T. LOUIS, MO. J. ii. CARBTHEM, ATTORKEY AT LAW, Jarkinn, TenuciKt, Wll.fj practice !n all the Court nf MullMin and hiiiToiiuOiii counUea, nd in tliu Supreme ami Federal Courts ot i'i'iiuik-wu. Ml dvil claim attended to promptly. lit iII-o S-ond door South Kast Cor ner I'ublie Kninr. v jnn 2l-ir. ' . . uHock"& ISuIIock, ?, AJVD too. L. m:6wH, aeenpyfn tho elegant office ovenc'vUm1 China store in Amlerwin ml TuUrJjiork, corner-of Market and aFuyetUi street. Kutrance ut the Wot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 20 July 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. w. w. flTM m. m. witDon JACKSON. SATURDAY, JULY M, 1X C"Wo take no part, with our paper, In civil elections, and will not publish articles to promote the interest of aoy one candidate, unless paid for aa an advertisement. STATE NEWS. " Dyerbburg has passed a dog law. M. Kee.it has retired from the Maxwell House at Nashville. Shelby county has assos(d a line of $3 ou all taxable dogs. Tho merchandise of Shelby coun ty Is taxed at 50,6,7W, Total nurnber of persons liable to poll tax, in bhelby county is 6,954 Thcro are 2,163 dogs In Shelby county two mousonu too many, Hog Cholera prevails fatally, at X rogicvei, uuion county. Thomas fj. Little baa resigned the office of Deputy Sheriff in Bedford county. It is said they have a colored can didate for Tax Collector in Bed ford county. Mr. Elizabeth Reaves died in Bedford county last week, at the good old age of ninety-two years. Tho Brownsvlllo States urges the erection of a cotton factory at that place. 'T would bo a g...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 20 July 1872

if I- i.:. i . Special am Local. Uirr. tJATKS, Lvx-wl Editor. iuiir.ii.K ANi oiiio i:oai. Mit Iralu fur Mobile, srrivcat U.V.I p.m. tn.rf Irani f .r Mobile 1K0 a.m. Mail trim "iilumim. Kr . li:.'fi a.m. Ka,e-4i Vi'" ty' t''i''""ln Ky.4J i in. l:xprrs tyn tr oiiIt'iH lmMirtxil stations Smith of Jackson. Cards wlllb found ti i in a i-on-'pl:uoii pl-Jirin vm Ii Shition Hun , iliowhu where this train nr not slop. Pawnrer Tralivlor lliimliMt, leaves Jackson, Tenn lii p.tn Fiittm ln:ri for Humboldt; v- liMvm Jackson. Tenn 6:1" a.ro I Tli-e trains ?o no further tlinn IIhiiiIhjI.U. Pii'u ni-r train tor N.Orletins Imvc Jai kson.Timn., 11:1 a.m. Kvprcss train for NcwOrlenns, I-cavcs Jackson. Tenn 1 1.2ft P-m lnonlc Mcctmiis! Jackson. .Iackwvc OjMvttNPRY, .No. J..-John Chester. Kiuinrnt Commander.; John L. Itrown. Ki-corder. Meets on the 3d Mon day niht of each month. .ck" lyix:K No. 4". I. I. O'Connor, W. arla Cullcn, Hoc.'y., Meet Ui Friday w.n nioii tit.- , - St. John's . Nl. XS-J. C. Pba, ...

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. — 20 July 1872

A BLESSI.IO. A Utile child hath blessed me, I wooder what it maan! ' It Mrau a brighter blearing Than a bishop's, or quoeo's; ; In her now; nightgown dnawcd, ' Standing np to be earaaed. Softly lisping In 017 oar Pretty words "God Mcm you, dear." They fill my heart with wondti; Of God what can she know? f he cannot tell the meanlning Of the words taut please me eo, Like the the church's silver bell. Winning aoula to heaven from hell. Knowing not what glory Uvea In the message that it give It ia wo sweet to hear her , llrt rosy mouth to ace Form the pretty syllable That give such Joy to me. like a little mocking-bird, Deftly she repeat each word; But they alng into my breast, And I know that I am blest. 'i i : Good Words, Orient Pearls at EanlQia Struns. "We are to work ami lcaru. A wounded reputation In (seldom healed. Time's chariot wheel make their carriage road in the fairest face. There ia "joy and peace in be lieving. SlM .rT. nM'4,lt ' ..a.. ceive, what it is to ece CJod face ...

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