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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 September 1871

ew 1 A M now receiving- i very larire and MF.DIC INK line, together with a very Perfumery, Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, Combs, Brushes Etc., Powder Pufis and Puff Boxes. All of mv Bon, are purchased direct York ami Philadelphia, at thWr lowest cub iniliii-etiients to all cattb buvers. I. would call particular alteution t my FRENCH BRANDY, WINE AND PURE WHISKIES, of which I have the fluent goo Is in the city. Prescription Department. itr- . .. .tit: -r ...JU,l..tKt.n.a . alini.t.iltw mil fwitto l.f ,!. tnri.t tirpfiil litf,-n. Me llirtKr mc uiiiiii; ui yi cm iiiiiuui - til. ii. and the u of none except the very tation ami standing or my bouse lor tne pasi nve years. 1 ali have on hand a very large mock of the beat brands of White Load, Linseed Oil, And I'alnti of all kind, and on which I cannot be undersold by anybody. TERMS CASH. apl-ll F. K. LOCGHKAP. 10UGHEAD & PORTER, MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH & SHUTTERS, AND I'KALER.S IN Itonli ami Dressed Lumber, Joist, Scantling1, ...

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. — 2 September 1871

WHIG AND TRIBUNE XV. VT. G4TKS. DUN CMtBU.V, Editor O. M. WlSUtt.1 JACKSON, 8ATUBDAY, SEPT. 2, 1571. TO atB!tCRinER8. Look out for the X mark. It will indicate that your subscription to the Whio and Tribune has expired-, and it also means that we would be pleased to have you renew it. STATU NEWS. A mad dog was killed in the street of Trenton, a few days ago. Lincoln county is preparing an unusually largo amount of dried fruit for market the present season. Cheatham county has a total vo ting population of 1413 11C9 white and -67 colored. The cotton crop iu Dyer county, according to Torn Neal of the Ga zette i "perfectly splendid." The sorn crop in the region round ubout Clarksville is said to be un usually fine. The people of Humphreys county are talking about holding a county Fair, at Wavcrly, this Fall. Fountain B. Carter, one of the oldest citizens of Franklin, died at iiia home, August 22, aged 75 years. The Sumner County Fair com mences Tuesday, Sept., 12th nnd closes Saturday ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 September 1871

1 ! J ; i u vr It 1 in Special aivd Local. UOBT. GATES, Local Editor. MOBILE AND OHIO ROAD. ARKTVB. DKPAKT. Pssscnrer train for Mo- u b ll:5i a.m. liOT p.m. Ex pre. train from Co lumbus, Kt 11:03 pjii. Kxpr train for to luinbu., P.MMimr f rs 1 n lor Co- ' ":C0 a.m. lumbu. Uy 8:30 p.m. 8:J p.m. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD. ARKIVB. PlfART. p..uwm Train for Humboldt. 3.35 p.m. 3:40 p.m. JCi ores, train for Hum- holilt. 7:06 a.m. 7:lfl a.m. 1 lieso train go no further than Humboldt. Pat winter train lor N. Orleans 13:10p.m. 1113 p.m. Kimi train fr Mew Orlean, 11:30 p.m. 1125 p.m. M ! meetings Jackita. J tcitsof LomiK No. 4 J. J. O'Connor, W. Mj John O. Maon. Scc'y.. MetU 41b Friday each month. Sr. Joirfa Lopob. No. Xtt-L. T. Llndsrv. vr.M.: I. N. Hall. 8w'f. Meets lt Monday 3ch month. .iNTO! R. A. CHArntR, No. 9. R." I. Cluster. It. P.: Jan. O'Connor, K-: J. H. Chappell. S. Meets 3d Friday each month. Jimunx COCKCrr,. No. IS, R. 3. M. Si . W Jones. T. T. O. M. J. R. Chan- nell. Itemrder. M...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 September 1871

A FRIVEH FOtt PCRITlf. ' Blessed are thepvre in heart: for they shall see Ood." BY SAMUXI. WEBB. Oli, make me pure: I would no! wear These deep'nlng stains of guilt; Oh, let me breathe Thy purer air, .And cleanse me If Thou wilt. It 1 to Thee to Thee alone ' My IcproUH so'll doth cry: Lo! at the footstool ot Thy throne, In penitence I lie. . i , Jesus, but My the words, u Be clean," And I will wash and live: Then all my life for Thee I'll glean, To Thee its serrlce give. Tis all 1 have 'tis little worth Yet all, Lord, I bring: Lift from my struggling soul the earth That I thy praise may sing. Oh, make me clean, and I shall be Fair In Thy loving eyes; Oh, mike me pure, that I may see Thy glory in the skies That I, too, may behold Thy face, And know Thee ss Thou art; And hear, from Thy dear lips of grate, "Blest are the pure In he art." Orient Pearls at Ranie Strom. Dover 111711: Be thine own palace, 01- the world'! thy prison. . Examplo is the softest and least invidious way of comma...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 September 1871

if 1 1 h I K I r t b 1! I: It FALL TRADE. 1871. ' ; v FALL TRADE. WHOLESALE DRESS GOODS HOUSE. " Sii.Teort tonitinan, r.erry l"o.) wbofesale dealers in r FAGY; DRY O0S SILKS, NOTIONS, ETC., . 23 Main St., bet. 7th and 8tli,1 LOUISVILLE, JfcY. " TK UV. pleasore In calling the attention to QUE; NEW FALL STOCK, Which 1 now' complete, embracing all Ihe novelties of the season, In DRESS, QOODS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND QUALITY. White Good Bilks, Shawls, Cloaks, Embroideries, REAL HANDKERCHIEFS. HOSIERY, GLOVES, KIBBON9, AC. ALSO, Dress Trimmings, Trimming Silks and Satins, Trim 1 ming Ribbons, &c. In oiir stock will also be found - " A Complete Assortment of Notions ami Gent's Furnishing Goods. Wherever our it'-odsliave come In competition with stock bought East I our ability has hee shown to successfully compete in prh. and style wnh Xew 1 ork bofcsal. nte7 engaged in selling similar good. With npl mean, for bnport.Dg ' 'r,n Fumo Mil . i til resident 'ew York buyer, of long ex perie...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 September 1871

WHIG AtfD TRIBUNE. W. W. GATES, Kdttoro. u. n. wuuu JACK30N, SATLTtDAT, SEPT. 9,, 1871. TO SCnif RIDER. Look out for the X mark. It will Indicate thatrour subscription to the Whio amd Tbibdme has ex pired: and it also means that we would be pleased to have you renew it. STATE NEWS. The Williamson County Fair coin niences "Wednesday, September 20th and closes Saturday 23d. The Wilson County Fair com mences Tuesday, September 19, and closes out the week. The Maury County Fair com mences Tuesday, 26th September and closes Saturday. The Marshall County Fair com mences Tuesday September 12, and runs through the week. The Lincoln County Fair com mences Wednesday, September 20th, and closes out Saturday evening. Mrs. Xarcissa Gaston Lewis, aged nearly 79 years, died near Morris town, East Tennessee, last week. Rev. P. D. Cowan has been elect ed President of the Rogcrsville Fe male Institute. The Eastern Division Fair will commence at Knoxville, October 10th, and close Saturday, 14th. There...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 September 1871

i ii i 4' . 15 4 i i 5 -I i ft ii if .51 ' Special and Local. UOBT. OATES, Local Editor. MOBILE A5D OHIO EOAD. AXRIVK. IlKPART, Puanm traia for Mo bile lUTfcm. 12:07 p.m. Ex pres. train from Co lumbia, Ky- 11:03 p.m. El press tmlo for Co lumbus WW ajn, P.wnrar train tor Co lumbus, Ky JtSO p.m. S.Vtpjn. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD. A-KKIVK. DEPART. Piaimin Train for Humboldt- 2:33 pj. 8:40 p.m. Rx lrM train for Hum boldt, ":06 a.m. 7:1B a.m. 1 base train go no farther than riumboldt. Passenger train lor N. ' Orleans. 11 10 p.m. lilo p.m. Express train far New Orlrann, 11:90 p.m. 11:25 pun. Mn.aalc 01 ! Jacawa. J tCKsO LODOR Ho. 4ft. J.J. O'Connor, W. M.; John u. Mann, 8eey., Meets tb Friday ev b nioutb. Sr. Join' I)ixie. No. W2 L. T. Undary, VT.M.; J.N. Mali, Scc'y. Meet lilt Monday ach month. .Xiton R. A. cnaKtRK, No. 9. It. I. Chester, H. P.; la. O'Connor, K.; J. U. Ch-ippell. . Meet 8d Friday each month. Jackson Council, No. IS, R- S.M. Jiev. A. W. Jones, T. I. O. M. J. H-Chap-pell. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 September 1871

THE NAME IX TOE SAND. B X GKOKGE D. PRETTICK. Alone I walked the ocean strand, A pearly abell ws in my hand. I stooped and wrote upon the sand My name, the year and date. A onward from the spot I paused, One tinkering Ipolc behind I cast. A wave came rolling high and fast, And washed say Unea away. A nd ao methought 'twill quickly be AN 1th every mark on earth from me! A wave of dark oblivion's sea . Will a weep acroM the place Where I have trod the sandy nhore Of time and be to nto no more; Of me, my day, the nxmt I bore, To leave no track or trace. And yet with him who counts the aande And holda the water in Hi band, I know a luting record stands, Inscribed again Biy name, or all tbla mortal part baa wrought. Of all thia thinking sou! haa thought, And from these fleeting moments caught, For glory or for shame. -, Orient Pearls at Eaalom Struiiff. Covetou8nes3 bursts tbe bag. By the street of "bj-and-by" one arrives at tbe street of Never. Tray devoutly and hammer on stoutly. "When...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 September 1871

1 1 pall trade; - " ro7ii -FALtr trade. WHOLESALE DRESS GCQDSIHOUSE. " f (HoccenMOM to rutman, Berry Co.) wholesale dealers In SILKS; NOTIONS, ETC., ' : 205 Mala St., bet. 7tlt ami 8th, ... ; j E tak. pleasure la ealling the slUmtion of our customer aa'd merchants genially "our new fall stock, Whi.ii "to no w complete, embracing all the OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND. QUALITY. White Goods, Silts, Shawls, Cloaks, Emhroideries, REA17 LACES, IIANDKEHCHIEFS, IIOSIERY, GLOVES. , - RIBBONS, AC. ALSO, - - - Dress Trimmings, Trimming Silks and Satins, Trim ming IUbrjons,,& In our stock will also be found ... A Complete Assortment ofNotlons and Gent's Furnishing- Good. Wherever our good.bav.'eome 1 competition with stocks bought TuV our ability m l,een shown to sucrully compete in price. aou y - , -.H.:1;;;r" h.,l..ca ensured In aellint- slnillar goods. of . the advantage, th.t Cub will command for netting npstocs cheap ere unsurpassed by sep2-lm JOHK CDBBJN. John Guns. CUBBIiV, GUN1Y & CO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 September 1871

WHIG AND TRIBUNE don cneBoT Editors. I, n. wisdoji, jf JACKSON, SATUBDAY, SETT. 18,1871. TO aCBSCniBEBS. Look out for the X mark. It will indicate that your subscription - to the Whi amd Tkibumb has ex pired: and it also meant that we would be pleased to hare yon renew it. ; STATU NEWS. "Lead and silver have been discov ered on Copper ridge, East Tenn. Capt. It. C. Scoot, an old citizen qf Brownsville, died on the 2d inst. Hickman county has 1676 white voters and 275 black voters. A rich vein of Anthracite coal has Teen discovered in Monroe county East Tennessee. ' The people about Paris are just now excited about a narrow gauge road from that place to Paducah. John Wilhite. an old and valuable citizen of Bedford county, died of congestion of the brain, last week. Mrs. Rebecca Wallace, aged one huudred and four years, died in Montgomery county on the 4th inst. They are Sfolnff to have a block of three story buildings at Union City. What for? Tba convicts in the penitentiary last wee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 September 1871

r 1 1 is i'i ( il t -v. r Special akd Local. UrtT. lUTKS. 1jCc&1 Editor. Vn MOBILE AND OHIO BOAD. ARRIVE. DEPART. i Ponrer trln for Mo- bile, 11:57 a.m. 107 p.m " Eziriw train from Co lumbus, Ky- 11:08 p.m. 1' EtpreM train for Co- '.. lumbu. 7:Ja.m. i Piwnppr train tor Co- ' lumhus, Ky 3:50 p.m. 31 p.m. ' MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD, ARRIVE. PKr ART. Pa-ni?eT Trmln for Humboldt 3:35p.m. 3:40 p.m. ,Ra iirmntrain for Hum boldt, 7:05 a.m. 7:13 a.m. ' 1 hese trains go no farther than 'Ininboldt. kaienKer train torN. Orleans It 10 p.m. 1115 p.m. ' jmi train far Jiew ' Orleans, HrlO p.m. 11:23 pjn. 1 ' tlaaal Mtla; af Jacksaa. ' i J tCKsox Lodge No. 4.1. J. J. O'Connor, ' S'.M; John G. Mann, Sec'y., MeeU 4th ' ' rid ay each month. i 'Br. John's Lodge, N'.. 834-1 T. Jndsey, W.M I.N. Hall, Sec'y. Meet f st Monday ach month. .' ?i.rjrro H. a. Chapter, No. . R. . hester, II. P.; las. O'Connor, J. R. , Tmppell. S. Meet 8d Friday each month. ' ' J ACKflOX COUNCIL, No. IS, R. B. M. ev. A. W. Jo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 September 1871

A BROKEN TIE. Imw lown the hill the sunbeams slide. O'er tho broad river sinks the sun, Flmdiing with rose the languid tide, And day is done. Turn to me that beloved fee, ijCloxe, close to tny unquiet heart, One moment ret In my embrace ' For we must part. Whirled rudely from their parent tree, - The last Here leave come hurrying down, And on the wayward Autumn breeze ' Are round ut blown. Alow fall the heavy dews, like tears Prawn (rem proud eyva unused to wcrp, And o'er the ellowing lnl-tld meres . . t)lm ahadow ereep. Tberilence deepens." Closer still " r oia ner luna anon i w o , See, o'er the brow 6f yonder hill, Slow soil the moon. One long lat "Site one long lat klxs Oh, vacant -life J ob, lonely heart? Ix-ath hulJH no anguish, liie no bliv, For e must part. Orient Pearls at Raiita arc The generous heart scorns the pleasure that gives otners pain. Peace is the frnlt of love; and love is the fulfilling of the law. We are never like angels till our passions die. No tears dim th...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 September 1871

FALL TRADE. WHOLESALE DRESS GOODS HOUSE. PITTSIMi5 & CO., ( Successors to PittmMD, Berry t Co. ) wholesale dealers la F AS3GY DRY C0O D S SILKS, NOTIONS, ETC., Main St., bet. 7th and 8tl, Inks pleaurr sailing the attention to OUR NEW FALL STOCK, Which 1 now complete, embracing mil lhe novelties of the senium, In DRESS C3-OOIDS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND QUALITY White Goods, Silks, Shawls. Cloaks, Emhroideries, UKAL LACKS. 1IANDKKUC1IIKFS. HOSIEUY, GLOVES, ItlBBON!, Dress Trimmings, Trimming Silks and Satins, Trim ming Ribbons, &c. In tf.nr hjM-k H, ill at litf fuHDil A Complete AsMortment of Notions andGeufuFumisLiuj Good. Wherever our g"ods bave come In competition with stocks bought Easl ( our ability has hn-n hown la su.!e.Wully compels In price and styles with. Jtew York wholesale . - in .ii.. ,u (Vith .mil I nieitu for IniDot-tin direct from Kim.iK-. and with r-sident New ork buyer of long experience, who svails hUwlf of all Uie advantages tuiii tana win couiiunuu forget...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 September 1871

W. IV. liATKt ItUK CA.TIEK D. M. WIDDO Ml J JAUKSO.Y, SATCCDAY, SECT. 23,171. TO ( nSCBIBCIH. Look out for the X mark. It will indicate that your subscription to the Wjiiu and Tribune has ex pired; and it also means that vt c would be pleased to Lave you renew It. Ca? Correspondents must indu'ge as a little. The crowded condition of oar advertising columns this -week, forces several communications over till onr next issue. Amongst the number, is oue from Maj. Mason one fi'om JIaj. Conger and a very imporatntonc from a correspondent signing himself "Agricola," in re gard to the subject of fencing in or fencing out of stock. CSTThe friends of Hou. John V. Wright will be glad to learn that he contemplates locating at Columbia Tennessee, at an early day. STATU. NEWS. TlieUniou City Law Association Im been permanently organized. Uoyd's mill, near Berlin, Marshall roijQiy, was burned last week. Chattanooga has taxable property of the aggregate value of $3,666,728. East Tenuesseo Universit...

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. — 23 September 1871

Special axd Local. 'SOBT. GATES, luteal Editor. MOEILE AN'D OHIO ROAD. - AtiRfVF. IiKPAltT, F.iswircr train for Mo bile 11:37 a.m. 12:07 p.m Etpress train from Co lumbus, K 11:03 p.m. K-r-" train for Co lumbus 7:1 a.m. Piwr trnln for Co- liditbUM, Ky ": p.m. 3JU p.m. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD. aKKIVK. IiEPAKT. Penirer Train for Humboidt- &.13 p.m. Z:W p.m. T.xi'Tr train for Huin- lMil.lt, 1:K a.m. 7:15 a.m. 1 hese train go no further than ITnmboldt. Paisnn!ror truiu lor X. Orleans, lilOp.m. I 15p.m. Ksitbmh train fer New Orleans 11:20 p.m. 11:25 pjn, faoalc Meeting- Jackson. i okox Lone; No. 45. J. J. CConnsr, W. John G. Mann, Sec'y., Meet 4th Friday each month. Pr. JOHS'H Lopok, N'C. -L. T. Lindner. Vf. M.; I. N. Hall, Sec'y. let 1st 31 oi'i'l:iy erich month. 1'i.rsTOM n. a . CHAPTr.it, N'n. . U. I. Chcster.il. P.; Ia. O'Conuor, K.: J. II. tli PIH.I1. S. Meet 3d Friday each mouth. J irKSOf fVllJXC,!., .No. 13, It. & S. M. Rev. A. W. Jonea, T. I. G. M. J. H-Cbap-pctl. Recorde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 September 1871

FIN'ETTE. BY BAI1AU WILLIAMS. Flnette was younjr, Finettas was fa ir. And never a lover bad she; Finette she cried la her joung despair, 'Twcre better we never should be; The dance will go, and It Irk mn so, Here by the lone! tree." . Geronio was hale, but Guruint) vraa pal'-, v ' For a lover be fain would be, And be would not know though we tol.l him o That tbo maiden be ehiase wan free; So Oerome be stood in the dusky wood, And a sorrowful wight wti he. r tnette Hhe said, an she raised her head, "Somebody watches for roe." Gerome he wild, with a lofty head, "My lady ls looking for me." Of roroo came one, and Flaette came two. Two little step hulf way; Uerome he sijjhisil, and Kindle she crieal. Bat never a tear bad Ihey. The dance is done, but the game is won, j Merrily ends the dajv - -- ; London Review. Orient Fearis at Santa Stmng. The duty of tbo happy ia to help the suffering bear their n"oe. The first step towards happiness is to forget one's self. The most useful part of ph...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 14 October 1871
Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 14 October 1871

ffniG AND TRIBUNE Mr. W. QATKK, Editor. t. in. wiioon 1JACKSOX, SATURDAY, OCT. 14,1871. TO tl'BSCBIBER. " Look oat for the X mark. It will indicate that your subscription to tho Whio and Tbibune has ex pired; and it also means that we would be pleased to have you renew It. STATE NEWS. Tho Brownsville Fair last week was a perfect success. Glad of it. Charles Orten, aged 97, died in McMinn county last week. Dyer county is going to have a Poor House, at lost. Rev. E. II. Osborne was preaching at Gallatin last Sunday. Henderson Riggs, a Baptist minis ter died in Hawkius county, .fcept. Mth. Gen. T. J. Harrison, U. S. Mar shal for Middle Tennessee, died in Nashville about two weeks ago. On Monday of last week six peti tions for divorce were filed in the law court at Nashville. The State Fair at Nashville last week, was the most successful ever held in that place. Geo. W. Moore has been elected Sheriff of Henry county, in place of MaJ. Porter, resigned. A mass mauling of the people will b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 14 October 1871

5" r 1 v i Special akd Local. ROBT. UATiSS, Local Editor. MOBILE AND OHIO KOAD. . AKKIVB. DKFAJi fmnipt train for Mo- pile; 11.67 A.IB. J107 p.l E xproaa train from Co- lumbua, Ky 11:08 p.m. (him train for Co lumbua, 7:30 a.m. Paseturer train lor C'o- tumbua, Ky ZM p.m. 8:36 pja. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAIX AKKIVK. IfKPAMT. Paaaemrer Train for Humboldt- 3.23 p.m. 3:40 p.m. Finreaatraln for Hum boldt. 7.-0S a.m. 7:19 .m. 1 beee traina go bo further than Ilninboldt. - ' , Paasenrer train lorN. ' Orleans, l19p.m. 13:13 p.m. Expreaa train fer Now Orleans, -.llrJO p.aa. 11.-23 aja. sjfaeonlc meetinga at Jacktaa. - J trams Loook No. 4.1. J. 3. O'Connor, W. John O. Mann, Secy., Meet 4th rriday earn montn. . Hr. Jem' Lc.rr.. No. IMS L. T. Lindner. W. M.: I N. Hall. Bertr. Meet lat Monday each month. - tLncrM R" A. VHtrrrn, No. . It. 1. chapter, n. P Im. O'Connor. K.: J. R. Cb ippell. 8. Meet 8d Friday each month. Jamao fVxTKCTt.. No. IS. R. A S. M. R. A. W Jooe. T. I. O.M. J. R. Chan nel I. R...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 14 October 1871

. , noDKnn I-IFE.. I rat In m quaint old garden. . With weather-stained, warm old wall, And over the blaze ol the flower The brown shadow cooling tall. ' ' - .' -. i And the long lawn itretch before an, ; , And I bathe my eye ia their green; : And the elm in the park atop swaying, , For fear they should Wake the scene. And the tail white church on the hill top, Shines like a bght-hoUM tower; And the sun eama to nod In heaven, s he drips out hi golden shower. -. -. ' t And the gruy-eyed wife is smiling, Half asleep, with her hand in mine. To see bow her baby is striving To make the short dailies twins. And I sit in pease In the garden, And my soul has a sense of home; , And my brain is straining to bunting, Thinking whence cash may come. London Spectator. Orient Pearls at MM Strung All that lire must die. A true religious instinct never de prives s man of a single joy. : Civility costs nothing nay, is something to your credit. , Govern your thoughts when alone, and your tongue wile a...

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