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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 22 March 1873

CALL AT CHAMPION HILLS! And Buy Your Black Seed Oats, Closer SceCTimothy, Heard's Grass, Orchard Grass, A well a niick Wheat Flour, Rye Flour, Oat Meal, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Cotton Seed Meal. ALSO TWO HOftSE VAGONS. 1CA KltKEKM yenr Interest ll"FROfEHO WALKKBfrM your Wheat nd Com; and If tou have any of either to tell, bring It aloe, ana 1 will pay you the U Kill EST I'RlOE FOR IT. anarch 1, 1.3 ly B. r. BQ-P. 'AMES, BEATTIB &c CO., ,W MAIN STREET, offers Special Bargain, at Wholesale & Retail, in FURNITURE, CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES, MATTRESSES OIL CLOTHS, &. Sole Agents of Moule's EAKTII CLOSETS, and The Wonderful Wire Mattress. MEMPHIS, TES5ESSEE. feb 1 it. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. PAYE3E & EU3ASi3, Successors to LONG & MASON, EG leave to Infsrm the nubile rnerally, that they ire nraply prepared to do any and all bu .Inesa In their line, at Ibe old Mtand of B On Lafayette Street, Feb. 15, 1873-ly. EIFSPJ mm FRESH GOODS CHEAP ! Wholenule and Retail. Mr. Frank...

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. — 22 March 1873

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. v.w. a ati:, ) TIKKO.t, laDOJI, ) dox cam Editors. I). M. W JACKSOX, SATURDAY, MAB.CH 23, TS. STATE HEWS. Bacon sell at 8 cents Log round; iu East Tennessee. The Huntingdon Republican ha entered upon it? fourth year. The Nashville wheel, spoke and hub factory It to be removed from . - 1 1 T - ioai cuy to uwensDoro, .ivy. Ahorse fell down with N. G Murphy, in Obion county the other day, ana broke hi collar Done. The Athena Post sayg the wheat crop in that section is looking well and promising. Win. I. Campbell, an old and hon ored citizen of Cleveland, died last week. The residence of Sol. II. Bunch, of Maury county, was destroyed by lire, March lltn. Trenton ia actively discasvin? cotton Factory, to cost $100,000. Jackson eaya nothing. The Pioneer represents the wheat crop of Moore county as being rery promising. Mr. Greenberry Cate, a highly re spectable citizen of McMinn county, died of dropsy last week, in the 68th year of nil age. A lot of 500 bushels of wheat ...

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. — 22 March 1873

Special and Local.' j UOHf. OATHS, Local Editor. New Time TiHe 11 A o. it. ft. Tmin sroinff North, ' - - ' ' Mail Train ...KM a. ni. express TrMn b:15 P- " Trin ciins South, Mail Train. ... .. J -m' Kxprewi Train 1 P-m- Mail frnins rim thrnuirh o Mobile, hx- prcs train tlo net .tun South cf Jackson. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD. I'a.wn-rer Train for Ilumboldt, !.evr J:ickon,Tenn., HM p.m rfxi.re-wlrain r Il"lnldt. l.cnvrs-iack'on. Tenn 7:1 a.m 1 nnp rn,in vn no further than llllJ'oMt. , . 5i'n-.''r train lor S.. Orleans l.e:ivr n,T',nn ,. ... . .. 11 m. c'vrr-n trsin f"r NewOrlrnn, tnvw .Tncknn. Tenn ii;no p.m lu.onlc CTeetinsrs at JcHtn. .lrKof COMtfAXriitV, No. 1.".. .lolin 'he-ter. Eminent romm.iHilT4 John I Krnwn. Ttemrder. Meet on tlie VA Mon. fay nlt;ht of esch menth. - - McK-nv x.r. . 4.V-A. T.. Jnne. W. Vt..-J. V Smith. Jr., cr'y.. Mi-l 4th Krit'.iy , month. T. lotiK"! iVItM K, N..iT.5-J. r. rv.a. W. .!.: Gwirs ' H",.'vi'". Scc'y. ilerts lt Monday ".cli month. ' ' r r ' ri.tvml ...

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. — 22 March 1873

91ARCII. BY CELIA TIfAXTEB. The keen north wind pipes loud; 8 win Kudu the flying cloud; Light lie the new fallen tnow; The Ice-clad eaves drop slew; For glad spring has begun, And to the ardent sun The earth, Ions time 10 Weak, Turns a frost-bitten cheek. Through thccUar sky ol Msrrh, Blue to the topmost arch. Swept by the new year's gale, The crow, harsh-clamoring sails r.ytheswlltrlTcr's flood The willow's golden blood Mount to the higher spray, More vtvid day by day; And fast the maples now r Crimson through every bough, And from the alder's crown Swing the long catskins brown. (ioncM the winter's pain, Though sorrow still remain. Though eyes with tears be wi t, The voire of our regret We huh to hear the sweet Far full of Summer's feet. " The Heavenly Father wise Looks in the saddened ryes Of our unworthlness; Yet doth He chner and blc Doubt and despair are dead; Hope dares to raise her head, And whispers of delight Thrill the earth day and night. The snow-drops by the door Lift...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 29 March 1873

CALL AT CH AHPION ; HILLS ! And Buy Your'BlacJc Seed Oats, Closer Seed, Timothy, Heard's Grass, Orchard Grass, An well as IJuck Wheat Flour, Oats, Iiran and Cotton beed Meal. ALSO TWO HORSE WAGONS. If AH UltKi: it tm roar intercut tm let "pnIK15ln WALKUlerin.l your Whist n1 rn; and If you have any ef cilber to sell, bring II nloag, and I will pay you tho HUillLsr I lilLr. tUll nmri-li 1, 1H73 ly .a:m::e:s, :bhtti:k! & co., 30 MAIN STREET, offers Special Bargains, at Wholesale & Retail, in FURNITURE, CARPETS, WINDOWSHADES.MATTRESSESOILCLOTHS.&o . Sole Agents of Moule'a K A UTU CLOSETS, and The Womlerlul Wire Mattress. fell l-4in. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. 'PAvro & Successors to LONG & MASON, K; leave, to inf-rm the public irenerally, that tbry are nmply prepared to do any and -r a I all budncss in their line, at (be old stand of On Lafayette Street, Feb. 15, 1873-ly. - FRESH GOODS CHEAP ! ..; Wliolesale and Retail. Mr. Frank McOiice. c.f Memphis, has Ht opened on t...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 29 March 1873

XV no 0 WHIG AND TRIBUNE. Tt '. XV. CATKI, ) ON CAJIFHOK, . ra. wiiDon, ) Kdltar. JACKSON, SATURDAY, MARCH , To. STATE NEWS. The corporation tax in Dyerabiirjr is 40 cents on the hundred dollars Dr. It. A. Donoho, of Macon, died two weeks ago or paralysis. The Trenton Gazette is glad the funding bill baa passed. Chancerr Court has been In ses sion at Lexington (his week. The Lexington Reporter says that town is in want of a "tonsorial ar tist" or in other words, a Darner. John "Walsh, an old and raluable citizen of Gallatin, departed this life on Wednesday, 19th of March The Presbyterian Church at Som erville is at present without a pas tor. The Somcrville Falcon has entered upon its seventh volume. Success to it. Fayette county is now cashing all warrants issued in 1872. as fast as presented. The Dyersburir Gazette says the small pox is raging la portions of uyer couniy . Tho States of last week says Brownsville has three cases of small-pox at the present time. The Marshall Gazette...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 29 March 1873

'' i 1 i Special axd Local. tOHT. OATHS, T.ocal Editor. !ew Time Table 11 Trnin L'nin? North, Mail Triin Kxprow Tmin TrntiiviFnip.fr Smith. A o. It. it. .:.'. a. ro. p. m. Mail Train IVftta.m. Kx press Train . . 1 :'! P- m- Mail train run llirniivh o Mnhile. Kx. r lrin.lo nit tun South of Jackson. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL UOiD. rcn2rTnln for Humboldt, I cavr .I:icknn.Trnn., -V"0 p.m r'vurru Innn for llnrobnMt. I.riivr.lii-I'n. Tmn 7:1-1 a.m 'I lio- friirn :.' no ftirllicr than Hll1lhol.lt. iV-i-'.fnror tr-iin lor X. rTlain I.m,v Ja-fcMn. Titn., M:.".0 . m. v - loin for NcHT irlrnn. I j- ivi- .liiknn. Tenn . t):Up.m 1 1 f. -o n I r nrrlinol Jrkit. .Icmviv ('oMMinnir, No. IS..Iohn 'hitter. Cminrnt i 'nnitnsndrr.; .Ihn l ILrmvii. IN-rnnW-r. Miots oi tho .1l Mon l iy nilit of Pith month. ln;- l.rtiw-.R .Mo. S. A, IV. M : J. Sm i Hi, Jr., S.-r'y., Kri-'cv -i--h ninnlb. Tl. JllllPH, MppIx 4th sr. loKN'f l.oiir. .Nt. V", W. it (; nrwr . Jiu.;!ie, Nt Monthly o.-u li month. .1. s.-c'y. I'vlii, el...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 29 March 1873

J! 7t t -t J ( f t The Other Sex A 1njr Drenni. In a lon-forgottcn pocket. Tied up witU a Kilkcn baud, I found it: only b letter. Traced in a girlish hand, I read it over und over; Ah, mo! as I did before, In the days that were full cf Biiiilistit- The days that are no.more. I ilivamrd cf a golden sunimrr, Far back In a joyous time. When every day was a iocm, And every hour a rhyme, Th :re came a fragrauee ol ro', And lilacs, and niizuomUe, And a sound of sylvan music, And tliu eye thnt arc with me yet. A fi.joJ of l ur-ilu sunset', In Ki inlillaut glory came, Till (lie deep old forests kindled, A ud burned like a flood of flame. T!n-i'j came a tlrlill liure. With Lillows of floating hair, And aJiu I K. 11 1. Lit fare above II. c Ah ati'd over my chair. 1 raw it all In a moment, Wbilj I held the crumpled sheet; And tlieu, ait the vision faded, Tlio luig, gray city street, With its hateful rush and clamor, Came back to my weary eyes; Alt, null the fruitless struggle! Ah, still the wo...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 April 1873

CALL . AT. CHAMPION MILLS! And Buy Your ''Blade Seed Oats, Closer Secd,"?Timothy, Heard's Grass, Orchard Grass, J9Ti i j ir if a. cW ! Vi" -DSt1 3- r As well as Buck "Wheat Flour. Ilje Flour, Oat Meal, Hay', Corn, Oats, Iiran and Cotton Seed Steal. ALSO TWO HORSE VACONS. IC'A .TfaKL It yaar Internt let "PnnrtSSOB" WAlKEBjrM your Wbt-Mt nnil Corn; snrt If tdii hsve liny of either U scuV bring it akg, and I A-MBSrBE ATTIB.& .CO, 386 MAIN JiTCEETVoOcrs Special Bargains, at Wliolcsalo & Jtetail, in FURNITURE, , CARPETS, WINDO V SHADES, MATTRESSES OIL CLOTHS. & Sol Agents of Moule's EARTH CLOSETS, end The Wonder lul Wire Ulattress. MEMPHIS, TESXESSEE. fel l-lim. . LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. YWE:'.&..fu3ASOrv3j . Successors to LONG & MASON,, BKU ieaveto InOm the public fonorally. that thry arc amply prepared to do any ami all liu-inc.s in tbeir line, at tlie old Hand of On Lafayette Street, Feb. 15, 1873-1 y. m. iiiiiiiiiii r:r;:FRESH ;G0 ODS; CHEAP-1 ' Wholesale and .Kc...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 April 1873

WniG AND TRIBUNE. W. XV. DATE!, io-v vAm KBO!V, IDOJI, ) .Editors. U. PI. W18DO JACKSON, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1873. STATE NEWS. AVin. B. Iloldcn, Esq., well known citizen of Marshall county, died las? week. Tka Ciarkstrille Chroniclo ap prorea Gov. Brown'a veto of the "local option liquor law. They are poinr to have a $30,000 new Court houso at Fayettevillo, Lincoln county. The Athens Post, of March 28th, quotes bacon hog round at 8Jc pr. lb. Mr. Andrew Clark, aged 91 years, was found dead in his orchard, a few days ago in Hardin county. Nashville's third Exposition will open in May. They are now ready to receive articles for exhibition. The McMinnvillo New Era sayt there wero eleven cases of small pox in the vicinity of Manchester, Cof fee connty, np to last week. The Methodist Church Bell at KweetWater, East Tennessee, was blown down the other day by a fierce gale. Mr. V. IT. Smith, who was for sometime editorially connected with the McMinnville New Era, died at that place, March 23...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 April 1873

4 r J" ! i'r r7 Y 1 V. i li c Special axd Local. nnilT. OATKS, Local Kditor. Krxw Time Tablet IU. A O. II. R. "TrMn irninr. North, a aisil I ram ..B:SO a. V.nr Tnin . .0:11 p. m, TVrnn "nin-r South. Muil Trnin 11"? n Kit.r Trnin 1 1:55 p. rn Miil train run through n Wniiiif. r.x irr Ir iinxl" nt tun South t Jaikwm vilsiMM CKNTKAL no a p. .-n"i-r Train for Humboldt, - I I r:ivr J u V-on.'Tenn.. ?:" p.m -.iir-. tr:i'n frr Humboldt. Unr IwV'Pti. Tenn 7 a.m 'Mii'p irn'm iro no furlher lhan niirVt.. ia-.,.ir riln tor N.rlesn .lark.nn.Tenn., ll.rSfla. m. ,r n ix .lirlcon. Tenn II:.K) p.m linniv foMtiNfr.Y. No. IX John 'he-ter. Kminent 'omm!inilT.: .lobn I Rrnwn. KrrnritHr. Meet na the .Til Mnn- lir n'nrht of nrh month. l-K-'f lyorxin No. 4-V A. 'V M : J. 4". Smith, ir., Sec'y.. Kri'v ni,-i month. R. .lonon. Mrrt 4th ST. MVulwifl?. Ni.."-.J-.I. ('. TtIi", W.il-t)mr ;. lluirho. Sec'y. Mfrti IU Muniliy crh month. fiivrni It. a. (Inrrm. No. (I. la. T Vmnnr. 11. r: Rrv. K. MrNair, K.: J. R. li...

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. — 5 April 1873

TO HIRS. ELLEN PI. HIITC1IELU. "'A CEOS8 TO BEAR." Ab! murmur not that on thy life ! Soma shadows have been cunt, And sigh net that thy happiness : Iiolongeth to the past. Into all heart some sadness steals. Each could some woe reveal; But yet, "Earth hath no ssrrow That heaven cannot heal." lie loveth whom lie chastenetu, Thou would'st not seek to claim Exemption frora the discipline Of all who love hit name ! There Is no Ufa alt sunshine, none; A burden all must bear; On all the ehastening hand is laid, A crown of thorns all wear. That crown of thorns, ob! hallo'cil wreath, The Savior's brow once bound; When suffering death upon the cross, And agony profound. Ob, holy t-baplet ! bind it on Kach wreary, achlnj brow; E'en as it brought tedemption then, Will it bring comfort now. Kndureth sadness (or a night, Joy in the mora will come, Avd Bethlehem'i star shall point the wsy, And guide the pilgrim Home. The heavy cross, the thorny crown Types of the Savior's woe In patient love acce...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 April 1873

V CALL AT CHAMPION HILLS! A nd nil y Your) Blacte Seed Oats, Closer Seed, Timothy, Heard's Grass, Orchard Grass, An well an Duck Wheat Flour, Bye Flour, Oat Meal, Hay, Corn, OaU, Bran and Cotton Seed aieal. ALSO TWO HORSE VACONS. CAK tf KE 11 t to fr lilirMl to t orn; n1 If vou ha, votir W heat and l orn: nl If v will pay you the HKiUfcST PRICK KOR IT march 1, 1S73 ly LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. PAYRJE & IJ3ASOW, Successors to LONG & MASON, K' J leave to Inform the tic public gonerally, ill I lm .Iness to their line, t the old island of On Lafayette Street, Feb. 15, 1873-ly. 1873. SPRING jOhlr PARKER'S BLOCK, Is now reviving and will keep up a well selected stock of DRY G!OOB BOOTS AND HIIOES, HATS ATI CAPS, Bsaiy-Haie CMMdl . Fcmisliiiii Ms, Ncticns, &c Having a lfH iil liuvcr in Now York of tine taste and experience, I will We to offer every few .lay fresh goods or the latest style., at lowe-t market prices, tall and .X amiii. We tike pleasure in waiting on our customer. ...

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. — 12 April 1873

i WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. v. QATKS, I 0lc.A:nEItM!,,'r ".re. J ACKSOlt, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1873. STATU NEWS. The Kolirar Bulletin announces the death of Hn. Mary C. Wilson, at the g of 74 years. Shelby county last week sent 19 prisoners to the penitentiary for an aggregate of 03 years. The Legislature, at its late session, Cussed one hundred and thirty-eight ills. The Bulletin says it wont be ma ny days before Bolivar will be light ed by street lamps. Jas. C. Triable, an old and highly respected citizen of Bedford county; aged about 80 years, died last week. The Tennessee River News criti cises with great severity, the veto Message of Gov. Brown, of the lo cal option bill. TV. II. Wilkinson, an acting Jus tice of the Peace in Davidson coun ty, died at his home in Nashville, March 21st, of Pneumonia. Baker, of the Dresden Democrat, is getting hungry. lie says a fresh beef would sell in that plaee any morning. The contract for a good hotel building has been made at Bolivar. The building...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 April 1873

Special axd Local. .UOBT. GATES, Local fcdltor. tt O. R. It. .. .6:S0 m. ...:! p. m. ,Tft p.m Triiin !?nlnr"'ffrty) "Mail Train Kxpr" Trtt 'Trmn "ntn? South, Wail Tram llAi .m. Kjrpfr. Train. P-m -"Mill trsin run thrmich Mobil. hx-r-rpt t ainn do nut rnn South of Jarkson. MISSISRirri" CENTRAL ROAD. IN. .rmrrr Train 'or tinmmmit 4r .l:irkwn.Tcnn., r.in for II"m!M, lfitvn.lirVin, Trim .7 l." a.ra 1 , our frnin jro ' fWlVir Ihan Ui.,..ol.ll. f i.wn-or train ror N. Ilrw 1 rnf .farVnn.TTia,. . .. .s ':in " -'.' Tnln rnr Nfw OrlriMi.. ri,v.1.n-Vm.Tinn 1lp.n " . Wlretinfr acfaeoa). .-, OimnHV,"Vi. m.- .Tohn iv i.r Vminimt f 'amanandrr.: .Inhn L. rtrann l!n-nt,W. Mlfl OB the 3d Mon- .l nir'it f Hfb nwmth. t k -.s- 1 own No. .'.. X. V.. .Wr. TT v J, I'. Smith, Jr.. Sw'y.. MeH 41b T. liinN'liwi. Si.Xn I.I' tv. it.: ;orri . Hiil-Iu-. s'y. Mnmlif nwith. fmmi it. A. ( mrrrn. no Vih-.ppM.V ' Meet Tl Friday ea.-h month nurwKt 1'r.t'Nfni.. No. IS. B. S.M. in . tr t T I U M. J. K. Itaap- u'.C.'ir li...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 April 1873

t , . , , BT J ., IlORIROt M CiRTHVt Ah ! my heart is wery waiting Watting for the May Waiting for the pleasant rambles, Where the fragrant hawthorn bramble, With the woedblne alternating, Scent the dewy way Ah ! my heart ia weary waiting Waiting for the Hay. Ah t my heart la aick with Ion gins, Longing for the May . Longing to eacape from study, , To the young face fair and ruddy, And the thousand charms belonging To the summer'! day. Ah I my heart li tick with longing, Longing for the Hay. Ah I my heart Is sore with sighing, Sighing for the May Sighing for their eurs returning, When the summer beams are burning, Hope and flowers that, doad or dying, All the winter J.iy. Ah I my heart I sore with sighing, Sighing for the Hay. Aht my heart ia pained with throbbing, Throbbing for the Hay Throbbing far the sea-eldo billow, ' , Or the water-wooing willow; There, in laughing and In sobbing, Glide the streams away. . Ah I my heart, my heart is throbbing, Throbbing fox the May. Waiting, s...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 April 1873

CALL AT CHAIIPIOH HILLS! And liny Your Clover Seed, Timothy, Heard's Grass, Orchard Grass, Ai well ns Uuck Wheat Flour, Oats, Bran and Cotton Seed Meal. ALSO TWO HORSE WAGONS. I- vonr U'lirut and 'rn: nll fyou have will pay youths llHillr-ST PIUCK KOIl LI VERY AND SALE STABLES. FAYI3E. &TJ3ASOW, Successors to LONG & MASON,. .vp lo ir.f-im public cn'rully. lu iik -s in thi-ir line, at the old On Lafayette St rrH, Feb. 15, 1873-ly. 1873. SPEING PARKER'S BLOCK, I - nov rKeiunj and will keep up a well selected stock ot 302a.'ir GOOBS, ROOTS A3TI HEIOES, HATS AWD CArfl, My-Mate ClotMn, Fflnuslifli Goois, notions, Sc. llaviim a local buyer In New York of Bnc Into and exi-Tieme. 1 will be "J" rery few .lavs fresh srood of the latest style, at lowest market pill. Call and x amine. We t-iki pleasure in waiting on our customer. Marrh'-fl-ini w "OLLANO. CHICKASAW JOHN K. HANDLE. 3 7Ai A TYJ!i Vf PBOPBIETOES, Nos. W, 100, 102, 104 & 106 Second Street, and 49 & 51 Winchester Stre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 April 1873

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W, W. GATEI, anX BOH CAIUCRO J AC K SOX, SATURDAY, APRIL 11), 1871 STATE NEWS. Mr. James Cox died at LU home in Knox county, at the age of 83. A new gas company ha been chartered at Nashville. Itev. J. January was elected school Superintendent for McMiun county. Professor Kennedy Is county Su perintendent for Wilson county. The Murfrecsboro News reports the wheat crop of Rutherford, as very promising. Mr. Thos. C. Kavness has been elected county Superintendent of schools for Kno t county. Tho BrowsvilleBce announces the death of the veuerable John F. Williams, of liaywood county. Mosquitoes are presenting their "little bills" very promptly, at Brownsville says the Bee. J. B. Turner was elected superin tendent of Haywood county schools, the first Monday la this month. The Athens Post represents the wheat crop of McMinn county as be ing quite promising. Obion county baa levied a tax of twenty cents on the hundred dol lars, for school purposes. Kev. G. W. Williams has...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 April 1873

Special asd Local. tOHT. IATES, Local Editor. New Tln Table PI. A O. R. R. Trifl irninir North, Mull Train :.V . ra. Kxpre Train -:W p. ra. Trnin rriinit South, Mail Train 1 1 :'-" a. m. Kxiirm Train.. lt:.T3p. m. Mail train run throiieh n Mobile. K- ic trnina ln not inn houtn of Jackxon. MI5SlSirn CENTRAL HO A I). I' iwnL'-r Tr;iin for Humboldt, I vra .!: von. Ten ii., p.m r.i"c. lr-in for Unmlx-I-H. I r:M I-k on. Trnn.. 7.1 a m I linn triina z' tin further than 1 1 tiiilin!ill. tH--nn'.'tr ti-nin tor V. I lrpirw I i..v' li. l.nn.T'lin., 11:30 11. m. f t .-r.fc trnin for New Orla-nn. ? e.vea lark.on. Trim 1 1 .SO p.m '-.-mtr lrlm(al JarkMn l(i kvn' f'oMVAVMtY. No. IX Jon a better. Kminent fommnnit'r.: Jnhn Prnwn. Pccnr.ler. Mfft na the "'I Mon I iv tv''it nf rich month. To the UniuMn. Christiana Lane desires to inform the Ladies or Jackson and vicinity, that the ii prepared to Cut and Make Ureases in the latest style and flnii-b. fihe ban no iuperior In her depart ment, an the ladi...

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. — 19 April 1873

TOBOBBOW. A bright kittle boy, with a laughing face, Who every motion was full of grace, Who knew no trouble, and feared bo ear- The light of our household the youngest there. tie was too young thU little elf, With troublesome questions to Tex himself; But tot many days a thought would rise. And bring a shade to the dancing eyes. He went to one whom be thought more wise Than any other beneath the skies 'Mother" oh t word that makes the home! '"Tell me when will to-morrew come?" "It Is almost night," the mother said; "Most time for my boy to be in bed; When you wake up, and It's dsy again, It will be, my darling, to-morrow then." The little boy slept through all the night, But woke with the first red ( treats of light; Impressed a kluon.hiJ mother's brow. And whispered,"! Itte-raorrow aowl" "No, little Eddie, this is to-day To-morrew is always ene night away." He pondered awhile, but joys eania fast, And the vexing question quickly passed. But it came again with the shades of plght; ...

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