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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 November 1872

Professional Notices. JNfl.liVH.fcn.W. TOHLIN fc ATTORNEYS AND Councellors at Law, North East Cor. Public Square, :. ? t ' Second Story. J A CKS OX, TXXXZSSXZ. Wat. prw tice In the vanau Court ol Madison nd the adjoining Counties, a'ld also In the Supreme and Federal Courts tf West'Tennessec. AH coiiect.ingenuTiswxi 4.thm will be promptly attended to, S3T Oliice, orth East Public Square. ROiJTi. HATSB.' ,C. e. BOW, Haynes fe Bond, ATTORNEYS AT"" LAW, aiaeceBrewa's l Of Ilea, Main St., Jackgotir-Tenneitee. M.Tttl. PRACTICK tn the. 6unrero W Our tat Jackson; theCbancery. Cir nit, County end the various Magistrate" Court of Madisoa county, Teno., and else where, when spectnlly retail J; Oct 29-w OTOnDKRT CARUTHXK8. X, , MAtXOET Caruthers& nailery, ATTORNEYS AT LAW COLLECTING AGENTS, t""-;' '.- ilCKtOI, TESJI. r"Wlce in luciey's new balldlng. ortJXif ' LAWRENCE E. TALBOT, Attorney at Law, AND COLLECTING AGENT, JACKSO.V. TKNNE8SEE. Office over Necly r.d Roberts' new Drug Store.- July...

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

WnKTAND tribune: V. W. GATF.R. Editor. I. HI. WIS DO 3 ACKSON, SATURDAY, NOV. 2, 1872. For President, Horace Greeley, of New York. For Vice-President, B. Gratz Brovn, of Milton ri. Electoral Ticket for the Stale at Large. (ien. W. A. Quarles, of Montgomery 'ol. J no. M. Fleming-, of Kuox. Hon. J. S. Fowler, of Davidson. For the Congressional Districts, 1. 1j. ft. .Tarris, of Hancock:. . 2. J. 1. Goodpasture, of Overton. 3. A. Ij. Spears, of Bledsoe. A. Jaa. II. T.ewia, of Marshall. 5. Job. T. Motley, of Wilaon. 6. N. N. Cox, ot Williamson. 7. A. It. Lankford, of Humphreys. 8. 8. W. Sharpo, of Gibson. 9. "W. W. McDowell, of Shelby. STATE NEWS A new courthouse' ia to be built at i'ayettcville, Lincoln county. The Tullahorna Independent has come out for Cheatham. Thrco highwaymen accosted and robbed a man near Courc Square, in Memphis a night or two ago. Thomas I. Mayfield, an honored citizcu of McMinn county, died at his home, Octobcr.l8th. Married, in Williamson county, October 10th,...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 November 1872

-ii ;f '''( r v I ;ni I T i I V I 1i r' V Special and Local. ROUT. GATES, Local Editor. ; vnHTT W A1TD OBTO KOATV Mull train for MoMls. arrive st 11:80 p.m. m ItimfM train for WoMIe 10:80 a.ra Mali tv.ln Inr rntnmrrtl. KT - 8 Rxpreu train for Columbus. Ky, 6:47 p.m. XTISST"TrrT CTTKATi ROAD. raMens-erTraln for Humboldt, Leave Jackson. Tenn.. 8:30 p.m Kxnre train for Humboldt, leaves Jackson. Teno., 7:W a.M TVi train iro no further than I'tHcnrrr train lor N. Orleans Tiita Jaekson.Tenn.. 11:80 a. m fxnro train for New Orleans Jaekson.Tenn 11:80 p.m fMnlr neatiaa- Jaeliaam. .Tsrirarre foMMlxniiT. No. IS. John titrr. KmlfTtt r"VmTnnrlsr. John I, Rraini. Heewlw. Meets on tbe 8d Moti. Inn nlpht of rich month." j - W. M rTi.rt. Cnllen, or,r Msel 4th Frldnr vh month. T: lAtrn lAiim. Vc. 39 .T. C. Pvhss. W. f .. r,nrv a. Hnehnn. rWy. Meet 1st Monday tub month. , . . : Cirrm V A. Pwrrr. TTo. B.T. O'Connor. H. P- Rev. F. M-TTair. J. R Ch-ppell. B. Meet M Friday each month J irnn rvwivrTT.. No...

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

next nr.s as mkmorvs wll. 1 all (ho beautiful picture That hangs oa Memory' wall, In one oi a dim old forest, .That sccmclh beat of all; Not for lis gnarled oaks oltien, UarV with the mistletoe; Net for the vloIeU golden 'Xhat sprinkle tbe Tale below; NH tat Die nil Ik white lilies That lean from the fragrant hedge, l (uetUnt all day with the sunbeams, And stealing their golden edge; Nor for the vines oa the upland, U'bere the bright red berries rent; Nor the pinks, nor the pale, twect cow slip, It Heemcth to me the be.t. I once bad a little brother With eyei that are dark and deep In the lap of that olden forest He lieth in peace asleep; I.l-ht us the down of the thistle, Free a tbe wind that blows, We roved there tho beautiful summers Tbe summers of long ago; l!ut his feet on the hills grew weary, And one of the autumn even I made for ray little brother 'A bed of the yellow leaves. Sweetly his pale arms folded My neck in a meek embrace, As the lisht Of Immortal beauty Silently cov...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 November 1872

Professional Notices. JXO.LH.&n.OOMLlN ATTORNEYS AND Councellors at Law, North East Cor. Public Square, Second Story JACKSON, TEXXESSEE. . WILL practice In the various Court 01 Madison and the adjoining Counties, and also In the Supreme and Federal Court it WestTennessee, Allcoiieenneenirusiea lothnm will 1 promptly attended to, J2y OUlce North Last Public Square. KOST. W. UAVNES. C. BOW . Haynes & Bond, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Jnd(Bmni old Office, Slain St., Jackson, Tennessee. mTl, PRACTICE In the Supremo Court at JackHon; the Chancery. Clr euit. County and the various MafdUrate' Court of Madison county, Tenn., and elue where, when specially retained. Oct2ft-tf BTODDERT CAKCTHEHS. K. 0. MALLORY Caruthers & Mallory, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AWD COLLECTING AGENTS, JACK80?T,TE!1JI. J2T Office in Luckey'a new building. m-121-tf LAWRENCE E. TALBOT, Attorney at Law, AND COLLECTING AGENT, JACKSON, TENNESSEE. Office over 'eely and Roberta' new Prng store. Ju'y a-tr. JNO, A. HARRISON, Attorn...

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

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W. (JATF.S, ) MOW t'tnKHO.l,V l. HI. HlitDUJl, ) Uliton. I ACKSON, SATURDAY, NOV. 0, 1872. STATE NEWS A new etrcct railroad Lax just ticcu chartered at Chattanooga. Mrs. Margaret Boone, ajred 7t, died at her home at Lynchburg, Moore county, October 25th. Zack T. Stephens, late of Kelly's, is about to open a jewelry establish ment at Brownsville. Win. Fcathcrston, ayed niucty hix years, died in Iiobcrtson county Oct. 20th. Wild turkeys are so abundant iu (iibson county, that persons travel ing in bugsrics shoot them with pis tols. Ain't they tame ones, llol brok? The I'ulahki Citizen records the death of Mrs.. Nancy Holt, at her home in Giles county, ou the 20th ult., at thenge of 8C. Xcal A. McNeal, an old resident ami ex-county surveyor, died at his residence- m Jiaywooa county last week. The Clarksville Chronicle one of t ho best paper iu the State has just completed its forty-second vol ume. Mr. F. M. Coruwell, of Browns ville, was married last week to Miss l...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 November 1872

a. oTacksom, Tuesday, Nov. EOaEKTa. J. O. Bl'R'iEi Special axd Iocal. M. ROBERTS & CO, ( Successors to Neely A Robert.) : WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEES IN OCT. GATES, Local Editor. l3 1 MOBILE AND OHIO ROAD. 'Ml IrMw for Mobile. arrive ft 11:30 p.n. f css train for Mobile - 1T:S5 a.m. Ml trMn for Columbus. b"v . 7:10 a.m. tpres train forColombu. Ky,0:3 p.m. MISSTrstTTICKNTRATj KOAD. Titer Train for Humboldt, : Leave. .Taeknn. Tenn 5:30 p.m jnrr train for FTumholdt, Leaves .Tnck'on. Tcnn., 7:ir a.m ,T)ipb train go no farther than nmbolflt. -MTiirir train for N. Orleans I-cnve -T.ekson.Tenn.. 11:30 a. m. rnref train for New Orleans .Le.ee. Jackson. Tenn 11:30 p.m : Mw.nnlc rnetiisr of Jackson. mm somes WAITS WATT! Chemicals, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, DYESTUFFS, .SC., &C, IF-A-HSrCr-" ARTICLES, AVe have received our Fall and Winter Stock of Goods, which attractive. is very laie and DUE GOOD Fine Toiltt nd other SoapsFine Hair, Toolt," Xail ami flesh Brushes, Combs, Dusters, Sc., ...

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

I' 1 AUTl Bit. I' ioiii In r leafy borne in the forest dell, With a coronel on her brow. lotli the dark-ryed Autumn, the pecileas belle if tin.- season, tunic iiii'(iin;; no n ; An. I In-r voice is heard on the hazy air, Like the mti.io of laughing rilln, As ihry steal from Mme secret raovfy lair Kinliowcred in their nutlve hills. " The glidsonie earth, with a lingering smile, Has welcomed her tack again, And her color are worn by each fairy Lie That is pictured in'the main;., The purple and gold of the woodlands ol 1 Which gleam in the aun'i last rar, Are tho borrowed tint from her mantle (old Ai hhu sped on her joyous way. To the lidds of the ripenln; grain she hies, l Where the fruit in bending low," Ami sue paint their spheres with the my. riad dyes 'I'll at her cunning hands well know; While the farmer around throws glances of pride 'ii his future garnered store Tho pledge 01 a goddess e'en there to bide Whru Winter is at the door. Awhile hIic tarries near yon lone brook A thre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 November 1872

J- ; :7 H .V h . r lt, 411 Professional Notices. JXO. L. D. & H. W. T09LIN ATTORNEYS AND Pouncellors at Laic, North East Cor. Public Square, Second Story. JACK SOy, TENNESSEE. ".rn,L nraeticcin the various Court ol V Madison and the adjoining Counties, an. I nlno in the Supreme and Federal CourU f WestTcnnessec. A II collecting emmsieu vottmrn will be promptly attended to, ITr Ollice North East Public Square. i.o.ir. w, utrMti. C. BOND. Haynes & Bond, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Jiid(eBronrn'i aid Office, Mnin St., Jackton, Tennessee. 'ILL PRACTICE fn the Supreme Court at Jackson; tfieChnnery. Cir cuit, County and th various Magistrates' ( limrU of Madison count v, TeDO., and else where, when specially retained. Uct29-tf ilTOPPKl.T CAKCTHEKS. X. S. MaLLORY Caruthers & Mallory, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND COLLECTING AGENTS, JACKSOX, TES5. r?T Office in Luckey'snew building. o.t-21-tr LAWRESCE E. TALBOT, Attorney at Law, AND COLLECTING AGENT, JACKSON. TENNESSEE. Oflh-e over N'ecly and Eoli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 November 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE W. W. OATKS, ) U. M. UISDU.T1, J J ACKSOX, SATURDAY, JiOV. 16, 1872. STATE NEWS Ksiin Palo was electedJustice of the Peace in the Dyersburg district A valuable coal mine has been found in Lincoln county. Mr. Charles Marshall, formerly depot and Express agent at Frank lin, has been transferred to I'uiaski The Columbia Herald wanta a law to prevent the marriage of minora especially mere children. Mr. Mathew Jasper, who resided near Columbia, commuted suicide on the nth inst. "(Jen. J. D. C. Atkins i elected to Congress from the 7th district, by about ,00 majority. Cheatham beat Johnson in Bed ford county, although that great pa per, tho Kcscue, 13 published there Mrs. Ilefllin died at tho residence of her son in Clarksville last week, aged ij. W. II. llobcrtson, Esq., of Browns ville, is elected to the State Senate from that district. AV. "V. Kutledge, republican, is elected to the House of .Representa tives from Haywood county. Nearly all tho independent candi dates ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 November 1872

t. i! J Si . 3 ? 1 K ! ; fe" Special and Local. EOBT. GATE3, Local Editor. "MOBILE A' T OHIO ROAD.' M nil train for Mr r. arrive at 11:30 p.m Express train' H1ile " lI:3Sa.m, .Mall train for C I T. Kr .. 7:10 a.m. Express train :mbu. Ky, 9:3 p m. MISSTSSIPE .iN rRAt ROAD. Passenger Train for Humboldt, Leaves Jackson, Tenn., 8:30 p.m JCxprenn train for Humboldt, Leave Jackson, Teen., 7:15 a.ni Those train go no farther than Hnmboldt. Pawneer train for N. Orleani Leave .Tarknon.Tenn, 11:80 a. m Exnres train for New Orleans, Lev Jackson. Tfnn 11:80 p.m Minle ntttinpi ! Jackson. .Tjrirvv roMVAXPRT, No. 13. John ,i'tr. "Eminent Commander.; .Tnhn I.. Rrnwn. Ttccnrdrr. Ms on the Sil Mon iMt nlifht of each month. If jw lstrtr.w No. 4.1 4. J. O'Connor. w. M : Churl. Oillen, Setfy., Meets 4th FrMav evh month. ST. .Tnmfs Lorrfl. No. 332 J. C. Prhn. lt Monday each month. Ct.TXTO R. A. ChaPTKB. TTo. f. T. O'Connor. Ff. P.: Rev. E. McTfalr, J. Tt. f'hnppll. S. Meet 81 Friday each month. .1 rnwy C...

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

A IECBET. IL'is your iccrct mndlmlne.'loTe! f Ah;me!,how thejdreary rain, With a i!ow persistence, all day Ions, Dripped on the window pane! The chamber was.welrd.witn shadow-, And dark with the deepening gloom, AVhrreyou.ln;your.royaI womanhood lny 'waitiD'; for the tomb: Tliey had roliod you'all.in whitf, lorf, " In yourl3ir"wa.a single rose; A marble roue it might well have been, In its cold and still repose! ), paler than yonder.carvensaiut, And calm as, the angels.are, You seemed ao near me, my beloved, Vet were, alas, so far! I. do not know if I wept, lovr, Hut my soul ro-e'up anrt.suid: .My lienrt kliall spenk unto her heart, Though .birc.tlie is lyilig dead! I will give her a la.-t love-token That Hhall be. to her a feign I ii the dark grave or beyoad it.' Of this deathless love of mine. So I sought me a little scroll, love And thereon in eager haste, l.rst anotiiei ' eye should read them, Some mystic words I traced. Then close in your clasped fingers, Close in'your waxen ba...

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

Professional Notices. I Memphis Advertisements. JX0.L."H.&n.W.'T0SlK ATTORNEYS AND , Coitncellors at Law, " North East Cor. Inl1lc Square, Second Story. JACK SOy. TEXNESSEE. tSmLnra'!'' tl!C vnou Courts 01 W Madison r.d tUe.d!niu:;Cuntie, and nUo in tbc.-npre.ine and Federal Court ;t tVfv;Tntiew. A!lcoll-inrentrUit1 'jf.M-in will t- rrniil r sttMdl to t:CT OfJca North Kast Iu1Im; niarf. Tbo.II.Etea. O. L.UUI. D.O.Kenny. THOS. U. ESTES & C0., WHOLESALE Liquor Dealers, . No. 2S2 Main Street, Opposite Vlt JSuUdlny- Sept ii-Sm MEMPHIS, TENN. P.O."?. w. kavmcs. C. O BOX". Haynes & Bond, .ATTORNEYS' AT LAW, Judge Brown' old Office, Main St., -JnclKnon, Tenneee. TA. PRACTICE in the gunreme V V Cutirt : .h.ckon: the Chnni-ery. ( tr-i-.-,t Viiiur v nd th. varlfm MnjrWtrafo. CMi-t of Madison ennntv. Tnn and ele wlwc; when peclully retained. Oct2!-tt m'OPOERT CAttCTUlTli. ' X. 9. MALLOKT Caruthers & Mallory, ATTOfSI-JSYS AT LAW . -": and " COLLECTING AGENTS, ' . , JACKSON, TEN....

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

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W. BATF.S, ) Ioicajiebosi, I'.uUor. J ACKSON, SATURDAY, NOV. 23, STATU NLJWS Gallatin has tlic liorse discaso. Tho Examiner nays pork is selling at 1 cents iu Gallatin. (lallatin i3 digging a well upon tho pulilio squ.tro, and Sumner county is digging another. Tho Trenten Gazette savs an old nero woman died near I fiat place last week, at the age of 107 years. Mr. .Tun. JI. Ilobertson, nu old cit izen of Ciibsoii county, died at Mi lan last week. Dr. J. E. Bright, of this city, preached in Dyertiburg Sunday, 10th inst. The Pyersburg Gazctto lias been jiresented with a turnip weighing fifteen and a half pounds. Mr. Inaae Erackin, an old citizen, died at Hale's Point mouth of For-ked-dcer on the 10th inst. Stark Fleetwood, asjed 79 years, died at bis residence near Shelby Depot on the Hth. Tho Clarksville Chroniclo nays tho wheat crop in that region is put in better than usual. The Pulaski Citizen learns that tho horse disease so prevalent furth er North, has appe...

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

i, i Special and Local. 'COIIT. rtVTISS, Iroeal Editor. MORII.K AND OHIO TtOAl). Msil triila for MoMIo. arrlvant. 11:!np.iti Ktiw train for Mobile " 11 Sin. m. Vail train for Columbus. K v . 7:10 a.m. Kx press train fnrCn'timhus. Ky.9..M p.m. v. issiTsiri'i cEvrit.w. tton. V.-.Mv'cr Train for Humboldt. j'nvr4inkwn.Trtin., .11 p.m Kvi.rcss train for Humboldt, lnvf.Ificknn, Tfnn., 7; IS a 1 heap frnin sro no further Mian lllllllboldt. i'n,:.f.r tt-Mn lor N. Orleans tve .lack son. Tenn.. 11 T' s. m. f st't-f" Tr:.ln for Ni'wOrlfvin . l.rsves.Tacksnn. Tenn II T0 pro. lirKfiv Covin tscrirtY. No. 13. lohn 'liptiT. Imminent Commander.: John I.. Prown. Prs-nr.ler. Meets oq Hie M Mnn-rl-iT pi'lit cf crteh mnnb. Iirfiiv itiF No. 4". 1. .'V. V : Charles f-iillti, Scc'y. Krl-lnv each month. I. ( ."Connor, . Meets 4lh t. I''i v. I.itx;. W. M.: flerr-.-e ti Hor-li-"". Kt M mil'ivni-li month. I. ' ' I'vll'l", Meet" lVr.iim.i- II l I!oV V M-".'.lir h-iijwll.'s. Mist- M Kri.lav en h month. - ?s. -I....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 November 1872

THE HEAD B1BT. lo-e tha bluo ryes that are gaziiij 10 cold ly. Iut back th'.i ringlet that shadow hi brow, Fold o'er his bosom tbe pale, tiny tloicra, nd cover thn shoulders, o beautiful no1-. Ki the oft lips that ure allont forever, Foil vp the dresj, that vr.ia tnlnlea and white. Draw down the curtain, and cloo all the window. Lit not the mid x'.ru-r ;..- Ojinins and bright. llu.p in his i;n'.yi tiie i-ure m.-a-low llllie. Tate off tho flipjuT, all troddr-n and worn ; Haa up the hat with tho fluttering rib bon, I.sy down tlir: apron, on 1horn-hiihea torn. F.aby Iia fr'juejroin the valley fo'learful. Poor little f:et ! thej wcrn weary and aorc. But now, be hi. i ui.d o'er l!.b .v. I. Mlent river, A nd lie' resUuj hU feet oil the ilnivenly ' horc mi TTie (JUililrfH't J-'r!ei"t- Orient Pearls at Racta Strain. Shakespeare r.drisea chastely and love Or-arty, Lore is prcci -i ' to wish moral na : earth. tare wiiat liie s j Congrevo eaya : v; en we love wc live. The Lord upholdeth the ri...

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

Professional Notices. JXO. L. D. & D. W. T0SL1N ATTORNEYS AND Councellors at Law, North i:at Cor. lMiblic Square, Second Story. JACK SOX, TENNESSEE. a am. I. i.r:ictiro in thcvanou I'eurta ol VV M.nlima nnd the adjoining Counties, snd !o In the Supreme ami r edcrnl Court ifWwCTmnffl. A II col lectins' entrusted ot.lMTii will be promptly nttended to, SI??" OiOceXorth K.'-t 1'tiMii' Square. h',.T. W. II tVSES. C. O BOND Haynes & Bond, ATTORNEYS AT LAV, Jtt1je Ilriiwn'i old Office, Main St., Jackson, Teniteaee. mini. I, I'ltAf'TICK In the Supreme w Court t Jackson; tin-nunnery. (.Ir. ruit, I'oiintv ami tli various Mntfis'rnteV i roiirf of MaitUon countv. Tenn.. slid cl"- where, when specially retained. (W Sft-tl : 1iTOTllKKT CAKITHVK. I. . NAI.IORT Caruthers & Mallory, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND COLLECTING AGENTS, 'Office in l.urkey new building. orfJ. IT Lywuesce e. talijot, Attorney at Law, ( JO LLECT TN CJ AGENT, J A t'KS' )S, TF. X N K. K F.. Office over Ncelvnnd Robert' new ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 30 November 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W. GATES, 1 WON CAtni;ito!V, I24Itorv b. in. vwisouin, ) J ACKSOS, SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 172, STATE NEWS Mr. J. II. Bewell of thia city was in Columbia last week. Jaa. M. Crockett has been elected Mayor of Union City. The legislature meets at Nashville the first Monday in January. Pork was selling last week at Gal latin, at $3,754. On the 16th iust D. A. Smith killed a wild bear one and a half miles from Knoxville. C. Hawkins, editor of the McKen zie Timet, rejoices in the addition of a junior to his family a boy. E. Mi Wight, republican, has been elected Mayor of Chattanooga, with a majority of republican Aldermen. The Columbia Herald says farm ers are delivering pork there at five cents. Maj, W. J. Sykes was in Colum bia last week, working for the Nar row Gauge Railroad. The tobacco bar ofL. Ilerndon Montgomery county, was burned a few days ago. Loss $800. The great Memphis Exposition closed last Friday, after a run of six weeks. It was a euccea. The Pulaski Citi...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 30 November 1872

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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. — 30 November 1872

"K1.0 BAB V." His sceptre li a rattle, IIih tlirone is mother's inn-; lie reigns a tiny tyrant, la ail his dimpled charm: Yet round bla royal presence Our loving heart entwine; Dictator of the cradle, And king by right divine! Whatever be hi mandates', Xo courtiers dare rebel; His mother's chief of the hoiiichold, Prime minister as well! In ron perambulator, His downy car of state, Kxa-ting, roy monarch, What triumphs on him wait! In purple case and splender, Long, Ions te eek to rei'n; All hint of nose disjointed lie mnilci at with disdain! Ala! that royal greatness Should ever be disowned; Here comes a tiny stranger King Baby 1h dethroned. From the Aldin for Xo. Miscellaneous and Jtledical. Orient Pearls at EanJoi Strom. To lovo and to be loved is the greatest Lajpineai of existence. Life is fortified by many love and friendships. Right is a dull weapon, unlet skill and good sense use it. Secresy is the chastity of friend ship. Indolence is the paralyti of the oul. No pains, no ga...

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