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

Tri"vfYs?nri!il Nrtlp.fft- V.VJ.E:XCE V.. TAL1MT, Attorney at Law, - JLLKCTIXG AGENT, JA.fKS0.VJ,TE.NES3Kr;,j' bee over S cly mid Hobe its' new Driiir c. - .-'- ' jtitjr -tf.' f i i . . . MESIUUAUT.HOGJN, ATTORNEYS - id Counsellors At. Law, AX!) Solicitors la" Clutnccry, JACKSON. TENNESSEE. iter-ln Toiuliu' ilocl. room lor dly oc.i;r.:e.l ny campion JlcCorry. iai-ii. NO. A. HARRISON, Attorney, at Law, 1 ! ( AND . COLLECTING. AGENT, o. MVJ CHESTNUT STREET, llooirk Xo. 1. I Dcc-ly . . ST. LOUIS, 110. J. II. ClIMTilERS, ATTORNEY AT LAV, Jackian, Tcnnekiee, WILL practlre In all the Courts of Madison unit uiroimdini? counties, nr. a in the Supreme, and Federal Conrts of H urlfsw-t. All civil claim attended to fcjf iflli Second doer South Eat Cor ner I'ubtic Square. jn 23-tf. , Biii io7iTiTiIik", i , Kb.now occupy lux those cKunt ofUee (a. over Collin' China Store, iu Anderson ...id Taylor" block, corner of Market and t , aFayette street. Lnlrnnre at the West jiid of Collins tnre.,on LaKa...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 July 1872

WHIG AND TRIUUNE. . W. OATHS, 1 . HI. 1S10.'1.( lUM Fditor. ACKSOSATUnDAV, JCLY 7, 172. tWe arc authorized to announce Col. B. J. Lea, of Hayw ood, as a caudidato for Floater in this district STATE NUWS. They had cotton bolls ia Lauder- Hale county last week. McKcnzie want a laundry. "What T . . . ... uas oecoino 01 jottsou e.' a no uyersDur? Uazette com plains of too much rain down there. Tho rains which prevailed in this region last week, were general throughout mo state. A. S. Goodwin, of Maury eounty 14 a candidate lor noatwr from Wil liainson and Maury. Thirty-five, thirty-three and thir- ty-ono bU9tiei8 of wheat to the acre, are recorded in Maury county. The McKenzic Time gays the Improved order of lied Men at that place, has played out. Nashville rejoices in free musical concerts at the capital every Mon day night. The Covington Uecoid reports crops in Tipton county a being first rate. . ; . Jake Mills, a well known East Tennessee printer, died at Morris town last week. N. P....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 July 1872

Special axd Local. ICODT. JATKS, Local Editor. mobile andottio hoar Mail Iralafor Moliilr, strive at p.m. tfnrrw train f t Mobile- " lfc.V a.m. M ill Ir iin lor t Vu'.u'uis. Ky . .i.iii. Kx,,rrn tmln for 'il uniting Ky.H. 17 p in. Expre train mo only n important station South r-l .l.nkson. Curil willl) found pn-ted In conspicuous pin in eri.h Ststlnn H..tL-. .'hoaia where th's train line Blt Hlnp. MHSIMIrTI CENTRAL ROAD. P.i.scnrer Train for HumU.ldt, Leave Jackson, Tenn.,. . ,8 2" p.ra Kmrei triil rv for Humboldt, lave J.nrkton, Tenn., li.lOa.m 1 he train go no further thnn Humboldt.. ... I'asimjrer train lor N. Orleans Ivave Jacknon.Tenn., I l:I' a. ni. Cxprea train for New Orleans, Lesvr Jackon, Tun Il:2 p.m MiMDii Meetlagw Jackson. "-.Iackso Comma:orv, No. in. John ('hotter. Eminent Commander.; John L. Brown, Recorder. Mwli on the lid Mon day night of sach mouth. lCRo lXU0 K No. .. t. J. O'Connor, W. Charles Culien, Scc'y., Mwti 4th Friday vh month. ST. JouX's Loner. Ncl'IJ-J. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 July 1872

if THE HEART'S JEH'tLS. or jewels there are more rich 1 trow. Than the sparkling gem on a raou arch's brow, Anil treasures more rich ami dear to the graip, Than the'gtilldcd wealth in an empire tlap; For the crown that a monarch in pride doth waar, May be but the price of a people' despair; And the diamonds that slumber on bl breast, May be the cost of a nation' rot But thr gems that shine with a purer ray, And increase in lustre as time wears away, Are the Jewels of virtue that deck the heart With a sacred halo that will never part; Bright Jewels ot Friendship, rich gems of Love, And diamond Of Truth from Heaven above Whose sparkle, not meant for mortal eyes, Is gazed on by angels in upper skies. A word of sympathy dropped on the ear Of affliction and woe 1 iar mare dear; The tear of sorrow on friendship's cheek, Which the depth of feeling alone can speak; The mantle of charity lovlpgly spread On the acts of the living, the faults of the 1 Dead, . . Are jewel more rare, tad of grea...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 3 August 1872

Professional Notices. DENTAL CARD. J. . KI;l,luX, II. P.M. I). N. HAY, b. I. 8. Dns. AnniAGTOX A Hays, Or"KKIi llx-lr service, to the cHlxens ot J.u Lui and vicinity to th. practice of Iht lr prnlesifi. n fentlstry. ITTOKMCOicr Hall's store. Kut side Public Square, sept 1, 'Oti-U. DENTAL OAIlIT liB. WM. B. SPENCER, OlHi f nvr,I. W.OlaiH A SoKtt' corner Main and Market streets. JACKSON, TKNXKSSEK. (JanJi4 IW-lf. J. T. Jones, II. D. PHVSlCtANANDStinCEW, Jackson, Tenn. Ofll ob Shannon UU E. of Couit House. 17 N. B. Special attention given to country aa well a sity practice. July 3m lR. JHU. CHESTXK. IK- UM. H. CUB8TBK Dr. John Chester Ha associated with btm In tbe practice ol medicine, hia brother, Dr. Sam'l H. Chester, Andofler their service to the citizen of Jackson and vicinity, t jT" OtBce en the corner of Royal and Cheater Street. ' -r . maySO-tf Dr. R. R. DASHIELL OKFKUS his professional aervlces. In all trS'-i!-! or Sii-'ii inland Surgery, to UiM '"i;'.I!-i :'i v atmi-s vicinity...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 3 August 1872

L i r . t: 1 WIIIG AND TRIBUNE. W. tV. U.tTRR, rK, i :R,y : nun, ) :4itru I ACKSON, SATURDAY, AUG..!!, 1ST?. (TIT We arc autUorUed to au iiuuceJuliu A. .foun a a caudi Uti3 for the Legislature at the uiuj c'.ection. ' ?"We are authorized : to u nounce LI. 55. Rodger, a candidate to rcprseut Madison county -In the Lower Itranch of the next .ijrila ture. , STATK NKWft.' .' Dick i;.ell lias withdrawn from tha canvass for the legislature in Carroll county. Dr. I. J. Noblctt, of liooueville, Moore couiity, is a candidate for floater from that district. W. A. Olt, of Bedford comity, i a candidate for floater from Jltith rri'ord au J Bedford. ' Ed. Singleton, colored, i au Inde pendent candidate fr Sheriff of Fayette county. Geo. P. Shellon, Esq., on amount of feeble health, hai resigned the of lice of Mayor of Lagrange. The Bedford Bulletin nae beeu uioTed from Shelbyville to Lynch burg, Moore county. Hon. G. A. Henry, of Clarksvllle, has gone to Alleghany Springs, Va., for his health. S....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 3 August 1872

Special akd Local. DT. GATES, Local Editor. MOBILH AKD OHIO ROAD. I tiyda for Mobile, arrive at 11:31 p.m. pm train for Mobile " lOuM a.ro. I train for Columbus Ky ., IW a.m. Icpre train for Columbus. Ky,tt:47 p.m. Kxpress train t'i' only t imirtnnt aim Smith M Jackson. Card wlllb id posted In .1 conspicuous place In each ion llotic '.lifwing where th'a tralo not atop. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL P.OAI). aengor Train for Humboldt. Leaves Jack ton, Tenn.. 0.ii p.n press, train for Humboldt. Leaves Jackson, Tcnn., 6:l't a.ro I liese train go no further than umboldt. senger train lor N. Orleans lave Jackson. Tenn., 11: IS a. m. &ihts wain ror jewuncn, Leaves Jackaon, Tena I jb I anlc !Meettstraaf Jarkxa. Jacicso CoMMAXDitr, No. l.'I. John hour. Emineut Commander.; John L. Mrown. Recorder. Meet, on the 3d Hon- My nlgbt of each month. Ir Uihj No. 4 J.J. O'Connor, W. M ; Charles Cullen, Sec'v.. Meets 4tb rl.lny eich month. Sr. Joinfs LotxJ. Nc 3-K F. C. Pyba. W.M.:leonre . Husrhes, Kec'y. Mee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 3 August 1872

A LITTLE WHILE.? . ' - A little while and then i dreamless sleep, A rest from toll, and care, and all the ill That rock the heart and uuw the eyes to weep A farewell to the love that sinks ho doep Into the soul, that e'en iu rapture kill-. A little wTjile and darkness will prevail; The glorious light of moon ami t-r ad tun Forever quenched, while ileut, fueled, pale I lay deaf to the weeping lov'd one'sjwsilf My truest friend, my last, my only Our. A little while and Ions, (crr-en grass will wave , To the sad music of the pa-sin;; wind. A it creeps o'er-my lone seq,iiete'd grave Far from my home, where none the sod will lave With tear save tlul l sngel Irlt behind, A little while und thru a soul, set iiur From it foul teaeineut of clay, To brighter reulm beyond the stars slj.ill - ne, Claiming its birthright iutniortalitv 'With angel hosts In everlasting day. Orient Pearls at Hanflom ' Strang, Mahomet any: Patience is tin; key of con I en l. Have courage lu confess yin uorauro and a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 10 August 1872

Professional Notices. DENTAL CARD. Ji. A. SKl'ISOlo.V, L.1. M. N. IIAVa, l. If. 8. DllSr AlIKlNGTOX il IlAVS, .flFKER their services to the citizen el Jackson and vicinity tn the practice ol their trolesicn Dentistrf. t3TOKlCK-0tr H-itl's tore. Knt side 1'iil-llc Square, sept in, 'Ott-U. IEXTAJL OAIXI. m. VM. B. SPENCER, g Surgeon Dentist OfhYeover J. W. Gt.iss A Ho.n.V corner Mint nci .Market streets. JACKSON, TKNNKSSKK. (jdc s'j-tr. J. T. Jones, M. D. PHYSICIAfUNDSUnGEON, Jackson, Tcnn. Swn Shannon St. E. of Coutt Hou.-. 2T N. B. Special attention given to aimiiitry a well a ity practice July 20 iSm llm. J NO. CHE6TKU. IK. CAM. U. COE8TKB IDr. John Chester !ilH. associated with him in the practice ot medicine, hia brother, iDr, Sam'l H. Chester, AnrtMler their services to the citizens of .Jsitk-n and vicinity. KIP office on tbe corner of ICoval ami 'Chester Streets. uiay-JO-tf Or. R. R. DASHIELL OFFERS hit professional acrvloes, in all branches of Medici lie and Surgery, to thin c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 10 August 1872

MB WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W. CiATM HOI CAHIKRO i. m. wisdu J ACKSON, SATUEDAY, AUG. 10, 1872. Ahnocncement. Wo are au I horizcd to announce Dr. Alexan der Jackson as a candidate to rep rcscut Madison county in the nex Icriblaturc. STATU NEWS. The Shelbyville Couimercial ha suspended publication. Loafers about McKeuzie employ themselves catching files. Fayctteville is building a town Hall. A Mrs. (irceu, iu Maury county, gave birth to triplets last week. Brownsville I going to have a cotton factory. Con. Palmer, of Murlrecsboro, has retired from the race for Con gress ia the 4th district. A little boy Ml from & third sto ry window ia Memphis last week, and was not seriously injured by the fall. Haj. AV. J. Sykes is in Middle Tennessee, making speeches in the interest or the Columbia and Fay attcville, II. II. The leading local item in one of our country exchanges is a touch ing account of how a venerable bo vine got her tail cut off. The Trenton board of Aldermen refuse to submit t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 10 August 1872

i s f Special and Local. UOirr. GATES, local Editor. MOBILE AND OHIO ROAD. Mail trata for Mobile, arrive at 11:31p.m. express train for Mobile " KVJO a.m Mail train lor Columbus, Kj U:83 a.m. Express tmln for Columbus. Ky,6:47 p.m. Express train tton only at Important tutions South ot Jackson. Card will b found posted in a conspicuous place In each Station House, bowlnz where thla train loe not atop. . . . MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD. I'umijfr Trait for Humboldt, Leaves Jackson, Tub,.......0.2j p.m Express train for Humboldt, Leave Jacfcson, Trnn- ....MOi.n 1 li trains sro no farther than Humboldt. "mik" train lor N. Orleans Leave Jickon,Tenn, 11:13 a. m KrrM train for New Orleans, Leave Jackson, Ten 11:23 p.m rfassale III atlas; af JackMa. Jarkso Comm axdry, No. 13. John Chvater. Eminent Commander.: John L. Brown, Recorder. Meets oa the 3d Moo- day night of each month. J tcvsn Lodge No. 4S. J. J. O'Connor, w. Charles cttllen, secy, Heels u Friday each month. St. Joint's LorGE, No. $33...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 10 August 1872

I.OUEB life. Tbe longer life, the more often; t; Tbe more offence, the greater povn: The greater payn, the lesse defence; The ltbe defence, the lesser gay lie, Tiie losse of f-ayn long doth tyr; Wherefore rome death, and let lue dr. The shorter lyfe, lee count I fyndi-: The leso nwsunt, the sooner made: I lie count foon made, the meryor mimic: The mrry inindedoth thought evade, Short lyle in truth thin thin; di.tU lyre: Win rel'ore tome death, and let me dye. Come gentle death, the eblie of tare. The eblie of care, the flood of lyle. The flood of lyfe, the joylul tore. The joyful fare, the end of strife. The CDd of sti ife, that lhinr wished I: Wherefore come death, and let me dye. Tattle's Miscellany, 1507. Orient Pearls at Mil lmi TJio May of life blooms but once. Children arc beautiful? deserib til as the to-morrow of society. The fear of ill exceeds often tLe ill we fear. Vulgar natures aloue suffer vain iy. lie l novo the fricud privately! coin uiuiiJ bim publicly. A life witho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 17 August 1872

t J -! 1 rrofcssional Notices. DENTAL CARD. . A. ARniXUTcK, D. P. 9. .. . . . , ,- M. M. HAYS, D, X. . I)RS. ARMNGTOX & llAYS, OFFKR their services to the eitisens of .lick son and vicinity in the practice o( fii-lr profcM-n Dentistry. - t3T OFFICE Over Usll's store. East side Public Square. sept 13, 'oo-tf. DENTAL OAK I). DR. mi B. SPENCER, g Sirpoa EenUst 3 XHcenver J. w. (i intuit & Bosh' corner J.;wi and Msrkft street. JACKftON, TKNNKSSEE. OanU80-tr. J. T. Jones, M. D. PHYSIC. AN AND SURGEON t Jackson, Tenn. , Kill on Shannon St. E. ot Court douse. t2T J. B. Special attention given to country as will a nitjr practice. July 20 Sm IK. J .NO. CMESTKH. DK. HAM . H. CUCSTKB Dr. Jolm Chester JJas aHocmte-l with him tn tbe practiced - medicine, hi brother, - ' ' Or. SanVlrH. Chester, i.Vmlollor their servici to the citizens of -Js.kson anil vicinity. ' ' t f OtMee on thr corner of Royal and i 'hwter Streets. my20-tf . 3r:R. R.'DASHIELL OKKKIISlii" prorr..lotai services, to. all...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 17 August 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W. DATE ox, avaUiwra. . n. wiido 1ACK90N, SATURDAY, AUG. IT, 18Vi. STATE NEWS. Crop reports from all parts of the blato are encouraging. There were sCTeral small robbe ries at Humboldt last week. They are talking of buildiug a cotton factory at (Jlarksville. It is rumored that A. P. Curry will contest the election of W. J. 1. Doyle, aa Sheriff of Shelby county. Col. Joseph T.Motley has been unpointed Congressional elector for I lie ibUTuie uiBinui. Wheat is soiling' in Southern Mid dle Tennessec'at $1 00 to $1 10 per bushel, delivered. John Birdsong furuiaued the edi tor of the Humboldt Journal with au open cotton boll on the 4th inst. John C. Ferris has been elected county Judge of Davidson county, over Gen. Smiley. t:di. Ti.oiim.,,! :...i,.,i... ....... a-rimn in.iuiuuuv luuttuutui, nil elected Sheriff of Montgomery cou n- ty, over the regular nominee. Gov. Brown, whose health is still feeble, has been spending some time at ms quiet homo in rulaski. V. G. Crow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 17 August 1872

Special and Local. 'i OBT. GATES, Local Editor. MOBILE AND OHIO ItOAD. M.Ut train for Mobile, arrivcat i.ni Brrei train for Mobile - 10:."t) a.m Mail train for Columbus, lir, lW a.m. Exiirem train for Col wnba. Ky, (1:47 p.m ..' Express train sto only at Important Ltntiina Snnth nf Jackson. Cards wilt u found routed Id a conspicuous place in sacb Station House, showing where th!s train dees not stop. MlSAIJiSIWI CKNl'ltAl. P.OAD. Pasaemrer Train for Humboldt, Lea vr-s Jackson, Tenn., r.i p.m Ei press train for Humboldt, Leaves Jackson. Tenn 0:10 .m .: Hinse trains go no further than Humboldt. ; Passenger train lor N. Oilcaus Leave .Jackson, Tenn., ll:la.m. Express train for N'ew Orleans, I,.,; Leaves Jackson, Tena :ll:25pjn Dlatsnlo meetings of JackMn. JACKSON COMMANDRy, No. 13. John Chester. Eminent Commander.; Jobn L. Brown, Recorder. Mwti oa the 3d Mon day night of each month. JtCKfto Vonar. No. '15. J. J. O'Connor, W. M.; Charles Cullen, Becy., Meuta 4th Krlday ee.h month. fir. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 17 August 1872

ARISTOCBACf-. by jxo. a. saxe. Jf all the notable thins on earth. The queerest one It pride ol birth Among our "Scree Democracy A bridge across hundred years, Without prop to ive it from sneers Nut even eouple of rotten reers A thing lor lanhter, sneers ami Jeer, It American Ari-tocracy! L)iinJ upoA it ni j snobblrh friend, Your family thread you can't ascend, Without gool reason to apprehend You may find It waxed at the further en j By seiue plcbian rotation! Or worse titan that your boanted line ' Stay end in loop of stronger taine That plagued some worthy relaljou! Ikxanse you flourish in worldly Bir, Lton't be haughty and put on airs, With Insolent pride of station! n't be proud, and turn tip your noe, At poorer people in plainer clothes-, But learn, for the sake ol your nilnd'i re poe, That wealth's bubble that comes and goel And that all proud flesh, wherever it grow, Is subject to lrriution. Orient Pearls at Bangaa Stun. No man is happy who does not think himself eo. Confuciu...

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

t-"-1""1 - - J 1 J 1 - . . -v'-- n tt n irr Professional Notices. DENTAL CARD. DllSAlUtlXGTOX & llAVS, ..-. traTt-n- hlr aerTlr.es to the citizens J Jarksunand vicinity In tha practice id I Vr ntl.tr. "IV SVireo; nlP. .tow. East .idePubuc Square. tcpt 15, 'WKtf. DR. WM.TSPENCER, Surpcii Dentist S3 SJr OflWoverJ. W.(JLA8 k Soss' corner Mtn ami Market street. JACKSON, TKNNKSSKE. . J. Ti Jones, I.' D. 'PHYStCtiriAKPSURCEOrJ, ' Jackson, Tenn. Otll on Shannon St. E. of Court Bout. E3T!f. B. Special attention given to country an well a sity practice. July 30 Um ... DR. JSO. CHESTER. HE. SAM. H. CUESTEE Dr. John Chester lias aocited with him in the practice o! . medicine, his broth.r, ... .- - - Dr.'Sam'l H. Chester, And oiler Ibelr services to the citizens of Jarkson snd Vicinity. - - ' " S3f"Olnce on tne eamr ui iii nu Chester Street. "?WC 0r. R. R. DASHIELL OVKFIW bit professional en ices, in nil branch of Medici ue and Surifery, to tnt community sod Its vicinity. OUlc-n iliiB stree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 24 August 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. DOS CAIHK Ksaitara. B. WISDOM ton, ) JACKSON, SATURDAY, AUG. 21, 1S72. "We are authorized to announce Capt. Jobs J. Rice as a candidate to represent Madison county in the next Legislature. A Call mm ticn. Brm. Jlexsrs. Editors: If Geu. John J. Urooka will allow tho use of his name as a candidate to represent this i'loterial district, in tho legislature, be will oblige a host of personal and political friends, who will give an actire sup port. Madison. We have received an invita tion to attend the fourth annual Fair of the Gibson County Agricul tural and Mechanical Association at Trenton, beginning on the 8tb of October. Gibson is one of tho most populous and rich counties in the Western District, and her Fairs aro always highly attractive. We thank tho Association lor.their kind remembrance. STATU Nl-rVVS. Chattanooga jail has four prison er; one male, three females. Tho radical State convention will meet in Nashville, Sept 2d. There are fifteen prisoners iu the Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 24 August 1872

Miss Anna 3csbitt' r Special and Local. UOBX. GATES, Local Editor. MOBILE AND OHIO ROAD. Mail tr.l. for Mobile, arriveat 11:1 P-m-.r,rtrMnr..rMol.lle - - -m. Mail train lor Columbus, Ky , ic-pre- train for Columbus. Ky.&tTp.m E.prewi train .ton. only at ,nP1f nl talmas Booth Jackson. Cart wlll b. found poed in a conspicuous P'0 " u. ........ itn,,.-. howlnsr where thi train da. noi stop. Missiwirn ckktiiai. ROAD. 1'a.aer.grr Train for Uumbol.lt, leaves Jackson, Tenn &P- Ciirm trln for Humboldt, Ir arts Jackson, Tenn , 6:1?" m llice train go no further than HuinbolH. I's-senger train for N. Orleans . i..lh.Tfiiii. 11:15 a.m. T. .press train for New Orleans, Leave Jctm. Twi g3 fJB ilaalc Meedac J :. jACKto Coimdrt. No. 1;oh" beater. Eminent fommiiid Brown, Recorder. Meet. on the od Mon day night of each month. , W.M ; Charles Cullen, SeCy., Meets 4tn Krl JaT each month. c - i..uw'iTinr,a. No. i'M J. C, in J . ii,n II. Hushes, Scc'y. IstMondny each month. Cmktow 'fl. aToTpt. No...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 24 August 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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