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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 July 1873

CALL AT CHAMPION HILLS! And Buy Your Closer Seed, Timothy, Heard's Grass, Orchard Grass, AH well hm Uuck Wheat Flour, Kyo i'loiir. Oat Meal, Hay, Corn, Oatn, I 'ran ami Cotton Seed Meal. ALSO TWO HORSE WAGONS. m i. I.....l.l..ll lrtl'Kl l.MlK" V AI.KI It - rlll'l your Wbeat and Com; andl f vou hive will pay you the II Kill LST PKICr. roil inarch 1, l'i'ilj OTIS IMPORTERS SILKS, RIBBONS, I WHITE ANJ STJtA IV GOODS, May 31, 187 Cm J. M. HOUSTON. iKfiij Wholesale and lietail ROGER G Tomliu Block, Main Street, ' JACKSON, TENN. A Hi, receipt, mul ill ooullnuc to keep Ite our friends to examine our b k before purchasing, as it will Wm vjtviAj.tfiillir inv be to I heir interest, mid we don't Intend to be decll-tl iSvansvillo Advertisements. J K Frick& Co, Architects and. Sijeralenjeiils. No. 66 North Fifth 67., E VANS VI LL E, IN P. Dfc-ildNSi Plans and Specifications, wilb (nil and acsurate Working Drawings prepared for any description of building, Stores, Hotels, Churches, Court llmi...

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. — 5 July 1873

WHIG. AND TRIBUNE. W. XV. ti Tf.V, BUI CAKIKHIIX i. lottora. J AK.SOK, SATUUbAY, JULY 5, 1S73. -articular Notice. All icrsona who now receive the Whki ani Tiuuune through tho I'oiit Olllce in this city, mid who do uotwiMi to jiay iosla;e on it 20 cent.s a year will call at the Count ing room for it. After the 1st of July, all persons receiving' papers through the Pot-t Ollicc iu this city, will have to pay postage thereon I he bame as if they came from a dis tance. STATE NEWS. Mr. Jaa. L. liur, of Knoxville, vliml about two weeks ajjo from the cflccU of a spider Lite. Charley Marshall has aain re signed the railroad n-juncy at Pu laski. The Crockett County .Sentinel of the2tli announces Ihodcathof Mr. Andrew Jackson, of consumption. Not a rnarrlao license issued in t'ilos county front the 9th to tho 27lti of June. I'oor prospect for population. On Monday last trains commenced regular daily trips from Memphis to (y'ovington, and return, on the Mia sissippi Kivcr Itailroad. Iu consequ...

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. — 5 July 1873

Special aivd Local. UOBT. GATES, Local I'M! tor. rVw Time Takle HI. A o. H it. Trains r"inT Nnrtli. M ill Train Kviir' Truin . . . p. ...U:: p. Ttnina "ntlis Snlltll. , . V-,ilTr..n K.i,rM Tnin . ll:..p.rn. r iT rb Msil rPTv-s run through v.vH1M KNTIIA I. Hf. X ilTrim for Humboldt. I i-avi-s In k-.m.Tenn.. " 4" t. rn. viir(.-i fr-iin fur MiimlMlM, l.r iv I ii-k mi. Ti nn., 7 1' . m. I l.rv lr:i'm " rrllnT tliall t;in,1...l,lt. M ill 1i iii Pit N. Urban- i vi lack .on. TVnn.. r'l.M i ... r,in fur Ni wOrlcan 1 v. 1 1. kon. T nn 10. .TO . m. 11 r.fi ii. ra. "tlr tlerllng of J Mckean. I irK .i 4 'iMM 4NPRY. Nn. IX lnhn I I. r. Knnneiit Cmniiirinder.r -f. C Smith, l.v-.-nrilor. Ttlerts (ia the 3d Mon- I iv un lit cif csi h ninth. H - II. .Innes . '. Smith, Jr., 'ec'v., M-ti inmith. Mnl It b Kri." iv tmiji'i I il,r. '.. .TV -.1. 4". I'vlms, W ,,..,r'T ;. Hip-he . S.-c'v. Meets Mini. I iv c.wli month. i'iintiis I:. . ciiArtrit. No. !'. B. K Hi.ri-. 11. I1.; A. B. Iiintu, K.; J. IL "h i.i I...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 July 1873

OREKM FIELDS JUST 131 SIGHT! BT CAR.MOJI. At the portal of th morning Stood s child With dainty feet, About him gl(la aunahine, Pearly dew and blossoms aweet, And with tender, dimpled Angara, Plucked the flower froth and fair, And the overhanging branches Showered the dew drops on bia hair. looking frward o'er life's pathway, Saw h broader fields of green ; Skins with snowy clouds so fleecy, Here and there blue ahrads lict wsen. : And with swiftly flying footstep, Started be for green fields bright; But in vain be hurried onward, They war always Just in sight. " Warmer, brighter, grew the sunahine, Broader, rougher grew the way ; But with green fields just before him, Nothing could his footsteps stay. So be wandered on till manhood. Took the place ( childhood fair; Then be threw aside his flowers, Wiped the dew drops from bis hair. Onward, onward, toiling, straining. Helping others with his might, Saw be now the blooming meaikiws, They are alwaya just in sight, See within the dark, ...

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. — 12 July 1873

CALL" AT ! CHAMPION r HILLS! And Jiuy Your Much Seed Oats, Closer Seed, Timothy, A well bn Buck Wtyrnt Flour, Itye Flour, Oat Meal, Hay, Com, UalH, Itran and Cotton Heed Meal. ALSO TWO HORSE WAGONS. 1VX riHKIIU)rlnlmtt let "I'R 'KMO W A LKMI crii..l your Whrnt nd ( orn; n.ll f iou lute any of either to mil, bring it alos, and 1 will py oii the HIGHEST PKICh rOU 11. march 1, ly OTIS C o., IMPORTERS OF SILKS, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, WHITE AN1 STJIA IV GOODS, May 31, 1873-Gin J. M. HOUSTON. Wholesale llilfll' G RO. C JB Tomlin Block, Main Street, JACKSON, TENN. Kfc. in re. pt, and lU continue to keep a Urge assortment of everything in the We respectfully Invite our friend to examine our k before purchasing, as it will hetotbHrtnteret,jin.lwaonainteiiatobjun.lerM.IJhyajiyon. ...,.. Cincinnati Advertisements. T. II. I BaNCIS, wllh L. PAPENHEmEIUCo. Importers anil Jobbers In II A ltD WAUE, ' No. 107 West Pearl Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO, mirch 8, 1H73-IC ESTABLISIIEI IN 1847. R. M. Bishop & C...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 July 1873

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. l.dilora. J ACKSON, SATURDAY, Jl.LV 12, 1MT3. STATE NEWS. There wore? lour deallm from cholera in Xa.slividc last Saturday. There were only two dentin from cholera in Memphis, Saturday, Julyotli. The fem e m ound llu; ( 'oui t-Iioue yard, at Lexington, ha been paint ed. Somebody Inn Kent the Lexington ll?porter n rot ton bloom ami a well developed boll. The City of .Memphis i now pay- , iujr the interest, upon her bonds due July 1, 17'-. I'.etter late than never. The Lexington Reporter retire scnts the crops of Henderson county as having been great ly injured by the constant rainf. A heavy rain Mo in in Moore county ln-t Monday week blew down a great deal of corn and oat, doing immense damage. A tire at Clifton, on the Tciiiich ec river, lately, destroyed a house each for Ynuii Montngue and Kich ard Miller. Prof. Thos. (J. I'.eau tn:iu, for thir ti!on years org. mist at the Catholic Cathedral at Na-lsvillc died last Sat urday. The Jonesborougli Flag repre sents the...

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

r i ' Special and Local. OUT. OATHS, liOCHl Kditor. . .3: .5 r-. .::; i. cw Tlm Table 1". fc T. 11 ln trninff North, I iil Tri" :rs Train mni"nln South. -.Isil Train j (nirm Train rTT Knlh Mi it Mobile. 1i):.V) a. m. : ' : lt:.Vin. m. n.'l Express run through MIrsllTI CENTRA I i Triit for llnnil'"!'". ' f -ivi .l;i.-kn. i nil.. .. Ir-.ln for Unmix .-.vr li-knn. Trnn.. 1 trii" ' ROAD. . p. m. 'it. 7 lo . m. "ni ll.or than tllll .Mi. ill I run Inr N. (tlr.n s ... I .-. lnkin.Tiiin ., l3H . m. i.rr.i inn for firw o I r n .lu.ksnn. Tenn -.r.." p.m. limvuy t'oMMtNiiKV. S. 1.1. - .Inhn '.iipr. Eminent 'mm:in.lrr.: 1. I'.. Jnilh.. Recorder. ' Meets on iho .T I Mon .Isv nitrhl. of rni-h nnlh. !, '' i.;: N. . T.. Iniwt. V 'I .F. f. Smith. Jr., Kc-'v.. Mcfls 4th Krli en-h tnontn. ST. WdlM'H I,...-.. N..!C1-J-.l. I'vllH", VC si U.nrrr 1. Hwhs. W. it MiiihnclimiilK t.lNTMV u. j. ('IMI1H. Nn. fi. - K. II. Ilnrri.. H. V.: A. It. !. K.; J. IL h 'pprll. S. Meet Hd KrMny wh month. lirK.( Ciiryrtl, N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 July 1873

'I'll II AILA!V1( . Of all the Hindis that curse our kind; Anil that's what make me cant tbiia That rise on land or from the -a, The worat U the Ailantin. Sime vilcit thins have wettest mint Hos, mulc and nigKers, even; lint think of calling auth s thlnx A thi the "Tree of Heaven!" K rotting fl-h boidc the kkorr, A muc'rel kit rrjeutcd A fciimy pool brhiml a barn, Such pcrfumo nt'r ejected. A longhaired do?, all dripping wet. In sweet beside it flower; A fuct'rj where turj'ra cooling glue ( )r grinding boncn by power. I'd rather knuff a fcatrring hori Where buzzard meet for dinner; A (.teaming M;wer' "new-mown hay" Heiide this floral (Inner. Why, all the smells that liret arose. In KxreKat ijuintcadcnce, W here Brut Karina made cologne, Could never match il eence. i'.ut onu thing on thin earth 1 know .So cij;ck would tlo.ic your throttle, And that' the perfumed prpprrKaiice From out a barber' bottle. A dkunk is musk, a stale c.'K .wn t, Beneath your nose be.iide it: A swill cart'i f...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 July 1873

CALL AT CHAHPIOIJ HILLS! And Buy Your Clover Seed, Timothy, Heard's Grass, Orchard Grass, An well as Buck Wheat Flour, Oats, Bran and Cotton Seed, aieai. ALSO TWO HORSE WAGONS. 1"VAH MAKE It year Interest ta your Wheat and Corn; mil f you have will per you tne MHjtiisoi l iiiv-a. ruii march 1, l7-ly IMPORTERS OF SILKS, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, WHITE A2n STRAW GOODS, May 31, 1873-6m J. K. HOUSTON. Wholesale inn Tomlin Block, Main Street, r k nTTn vtvt m t xt io receipt, and v ill conUnue to keep We reapaeirully InvlU eur friends to examine our stock before purchasing, ai it will be to their Interest, ana we don't Intend to be undersold by """J v & gA yLE. Cincinnati Advertisements. T. II. aVttAHCIS, with L. PAPEIVUEililEIU Co. Importers and Jobber in HARDWARE, No. 10T Went Pearl Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO, march 8, 1873-tf ESTABT.IS1IED IN 1817. R.M. Bishop &Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Nos. 85 and 87 Race Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO. march H, 1873-ly Evansvillc Advertisements. J. K.Frick&...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 July 1873

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W. U4TKH, 1 . ra. wnuu.il, I l:dllor. JACKSON, SATURDAY, JULY 1 17:; STATE NEWS. MemphU was never Iiciill lii;r in the bummer than it i ut iircsciit. There am :i,'lit hundred .Jewish citizens in Nashville. The rcsidciird of I. (J. Thomas, of Hamilton county, was ile-troycl by liro recently. The NaHhvillo l'ost ofli'-c h:is ilis- iiokch oi Hi.imi TiOKtal rariH mure their introduction. Tho Halo of the Xashvillo Fair (Jroutuli, to pay a inortsiiiro of OX), ha? been potiotiel till Sept. Col. Chas. N. fiibb., Secretary of Slate, U at present on a visit to )ii, family at his farm near Union City. The Union City Courier nays t )hion county was named in honor of a French olliccr named O'liioii. .Taa. Anderson ban boon elected School Suieriiitciideiit in Wayne county. Haywood county has fixed the sal ary of her School Superinte'ident at $100 per month of service. Montgomery has elected her School Superintendent, and placed the Hill ary at $100 per month. Itoau county pay...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 July 1873

I Special asd Local. KOBT. OATES, laocal Editor. . o. R. R arts p. m. . p. m. !w Time Taala If Trln croing North, Mail Trln fc: ni-M. Tmin I CAitk . . ..... -.... ,.-,, . Mall Train itniZ'Z' Kiprwi. Train 1 l:.T p. m. ITT Hlb Mil nml Kspre run through t O Mobil. MlKlMrP1 CENTRAL IU)I. Mail Tmin far Humboldt, Um Jckon,Tenn.. 140 p.m. itinrna tr.ln fr.r Hnmlmlill, ! JiN'kwin.Tfnn., 7:10 a.m. Uicaw Iraln. irn no further than Humboldt, Mtl nl lor N.lrlen jav Jackson. Tfnn 10.30 . m. "ciw train for NewOrlcan, Imm jMkMn.Trnn IMW p.m. .., I r Jc.. . (immwiiY, No. 13. John Mff. Eminent Commander.; .1. C. smith. Rev-order. Meeta oa the 3d Mon .Iht niRht of earn month. lrK No. 4 V-a. tl. one, 'V. M.j J. Smith, Jr., Hw'j., Mwl" 'o "rliLy nu ll month. MirU ST. Jonx'n IiIKi. N.3.Ti .1. C W,Mj(iHirr( O. Ilntrbes. Hec'y. 1st Monday arh month. ri lMTOW U. A. ClrTW, Ho. j-B. R. TUrrl.. H. P4 A. B. lone, k.; J. . PPII. . Meets 3d rrlday eta month. JrK Conner?., No. la. It. B. M. v. A. W.Jonea.T. I. ....

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 July 1873

uoe i-ern own now. BT ALICE CaRY. I think there are tome maxim Under the inn Scarce worth preservation ; But here, boys, is one, So sound and so simple, 'Til worth while to know. And all in a tingle line ! "Uoe your own row!" A good many worker l're known In my time, Some builders of house, Some builders of rhyme; And they that were prospered, Were prospered, I know, By the intent and meaning of 'Hoe your own row." l're known, too, a good many Idlers, who said, "I've a right to my living. The world owes me bread !" A right I lazy lubber! ' A thousand times No! 'lit bis, and bis only, Who hecs his own row. TRAP TO CATCH A II CUBA SO. An larldent of Oar Civil War Tke lonlmlsa and a. Kin, Sunset la the tropica. Sunset on the outskirts of a Louisiana, forest stately, solemn. What a chaos of noble color, -what an Eden of blos som and of odor, what royal prodi gality of untrammclcd life. The ttpot whero a party of tourists bad encamped themselves for the night was at the fceight of some 3...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 26 July 1873

! s n .1 A -PT"Fi ;VSIMMONS LIVER 'ir, 0-tjiIa.TO R. This unrivalled. Medicine U miaci aot to contain h sinKta particle of Miw.vitv or any injurious ntiooral substance; bat is - PURELY VEGETABLE. Vor KOUTV YEARS It hu it reat value iu all hI1mw at UW Liver, feowehi and kidneys. Thousands of tie g-od auil great In all a- of the country ewch for Its w-ondrr-tul ant peculiar powsc la purifTlng; to Btixxl, at raulstlnir the 'orwd f.lver ami Bmrtei, and Imp irtlnff nrir tifi; aad Uror to the whole a?a-l SIHUUNS' LIV Ki: KtOLLAlUU la c knowleded tohavc aoequal as a ., , . LIVER MEDICINE. H ataias. four meskiea s-Uaueida, Jkavar ti nit's. I in sxjue happy roprtion 1" any other pivparation, via- a --otlr Carthartir, Wand.rfm TernAsv an onexe' tlnnable Alter ative unit a certain Cnrrtfetirt of all impuri t an of the Ixtdy Su-h slttnal infiwi h :i at tended it t um, th It ! now re(rarded as the reut Viifalllnfr Spevlllc for Llrr-mplafct asettbr painful thereof, lo-wit; l.-rp1, Constipation, J...

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. — 26 July 1873

i. .0 2 WHIG AND TRIBUNE. io.i vintHOJi, t:itr. It. 11. W INUU.TI, ) JACKSOW, SATUKDAV, Jt'LY 173. NOTICE. All persons entitled to the Whig and Tribune, or . Plain Dealer, and who fail to receive the Whiff and Tribune this week, may attribute the failure to confuiion incident to the lire. Take Your County Paper. The New State Convention meets in this City next w-ek. Its proceeding will be most weighty and interesting, and the Whig and Tribune will re lort them in full. The debates, hpv-hf s and resolution will be wor thy of preservation, and will do to read in your old age. Now in the lime to subscribe for the Whig and Tbibc.ve, and thereby secure all these things for almost nothing. Give the "Old .Ship of Zion" a push, and she will sail once more into smooth water. A CARD. By the consolidation of the Whig and Tribunb and Plaindealer, wt; cease to hold our regular weekly in tercourse with our readers. Two years of editorial work had made feel Identified with a large class of our fel...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 26 July 1873

.0 .1 r cot tet 0 m AT Offif and t ooon Tctul TO' 'Off ..tome A Co. X N. z.- Bri'dle Between' lane I- Corner J TSt. Lj juuirs, o rence. fx Colorado - 70 all rail n rull Leave N on, U daily fo irm wli kMtf dent (o ticket r SO CB Chica Nta' New moot wa Fu. T 'axj FECIAL and Local. cCOltT. JATl"S, Local Elitor. Maw TIbm Tatl Ol at . R. R. Train" polnsf North, MallTriln 1 Express Trnln il: P' Tv,im vnlmf ftnllth. Mull -Frail 1'WWB.M K.nre- Train. .1 . J. .. 11:3ft p.B nTT Koth Mail sad Express run throut -to Mobile. , - - Mississippi central road. :Mil Trals tor Humboldt, Leaven Jackson, Tenn 8:4 J p. Kxnrn train tor Humboldt, Lea v e 1 c k vn. Ten n ., 7:10 a. a The train o no further thn '.Humboldt, : Mail train lor N. Orleans Leave- Jtekfon.Teiin- .. 10:80 a. m. IKvuraaa train for Naw(rlM. Learn Jackson. Tenn 11:36 p.m. MavaaaUo HMUart ef jravcltwete. jAfTKdow roMatAXDMTi' No. 13 John flh- ri.Mr :oan mender.: ' J. C Smith. Recorder, Meet o th 34 Mon day night of each month. Wo 4A A. ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 26 July 1873

r v T or the Whig nil Tribune. Certain Phenomena. Br M. A O. K. K. Their face possess beauty That' neither of dream nor rules It might lie the beauty of angeN, If it were not the beauty of fools; I speak of certain phenomena, Gotten of needle nd spool. the white flash of their buxom Flecking the crowds iu the sun ! Tbo upet tacle .tagger a youngster, And bin ptilkea et off by the run, Till he learn that tbo hecouM buy them; Devil a one'i to Ve won That IboHL'h tliey drum the piano, AnJ twitter the lte-t trash; Twaddle the twaddle ol Tenny-ou, And quadrille themselves into a brash; They are unto woman lde;il What unto a joint is bath. They haven't a touch of nature, Their love la brittle a la; JliMortune would "knock it to shiver," And liuatle you out of their class They've a placid contempt forwie men, And live on the bray of an an. They don't want that in a husband Which would et the world aflame; Ah long fellow hai money, It's little they'll care for his name; It would wt them thi...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 August 1873

Thin unrivalled Medicine in warranted sot r ""to ouutMla mu1 p:irtUL- of MKUl'm tr any . -: -Injurious oiuiirkl substauct.-, bat J w . PURELY. VEGETABLE For FOKT1T YKAHS It ha proved its rrent Talue in ail clInt-fL-ei of the Livrr, Bowels and Kidneys. Thmiiant- of tne exi aud araat la all ua-ta of the country Touch for lu oul-r-rfol ami peculiar power la purifylDK the Blood. . at'oiuluMng th.- tnrpi't Liver arid 1tw!e-, and "-taipartlnrnnr lifo and viirorto the whole sys tem. HIiMOH LIVF.K ltBL'LATOU ia ac Anowledged to have no equal as a i.ivKitiMr.Ditixi:. It eontnlus four mriiical eleraautK, BeTr united in the saiue happy proportion lu any other preparation, via- a gentle tarthartir, a wttnducfnl Tonic, an uiu-xoptioMie Alter , auivsnad a Certain Corrective of alt injpiiri l o( the body Mix h shusl suoar-ta has at tended lu use, thit it is now regarded u the 43 r eat ITiilallIng Specific Tur' Liver CnmA'ui and the painful offspring, Miarei i. u-wit : u mptsmut, ionacipauoAf.iaiiu...

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

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. Mf. v. oati:. ati;k, i JACKSON, SATUHDAY, AUfi.2, 173. STATE NEWS. . I Mh.1 ao.4 are on tU iiuikimfi in Dyer county. Dyer and ILivwool connties hold their Fall fairs at the same time. "Warren county fair commences at aicMinnyille, September lCth. The Herald says Lebanon in entire ly free from cholera at present. Tlio Ripley News heartily endorses the "Sew State" movement. Judge T. W. Kin, of CUrkgville, died at liethesda Springs, Wiscon iu, July 23d. The Brownsville Bee says Haywood connty will make a success of its Fall fuir. Mr. Hobortson, who resided near Newbern, Dyer county, died of chol era last week. The burnt district on the square in Paris, will probably all be rebuilt the coming fall. A correspondent of the Crockett connty Sentinel -wants a courthouse built at Alamo, without delay. The town of Pieketsville, in Gibson county, a short distance ahore Ham- holdt has been incorporated. Out of 42 deaths by cholera in Mnrfreesboro, there were only three nhite pe...

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. — 2 August 1873

PENDLETON & KEITH, Manufacturing Chemists, and Re tail .Dealers and Jobbers in Drugs, Medicines, &q, Jackson,- Tenn. V I 6 9 t ft r. Jls v It spftial a:d Local. . tOBT.' OATKS, Local Kdltor. Maw Tla Tkl M. O. n. H. Train ffln North, Mail Train ! Express Tnln 11:3.1 p. m. Trmns e".1nc Rnu'h. .Mill Train... . - ... JO-..V s,ra. ' 'Kxprn Train l:3np. in. rT rW.lh Mail snd Express run through to Mobile, i . , . ' . r , , - MIVUMrTI CENTRAL ROAD. ' Miil Train for Humboldt, Leaves Jackson, Tenn 8:40 p.m. C:c:reHt train for HnmtaMt, Leave .Jackson, Tenn., 7:10 a.m. 1 lies train go no further than tlniiiboldt. Hill train lor . Orleans Leave Jsckson.Tenn.,. ... 10:30 a. m. Ksrreae train for New Orleans, Leaves Jackson. Tenn 11: I.n. a.4ailcIatiaB-a JatiMa. r-r Jaceon roMMWoaT, No. 18. John - ,. Jr.tjM . Fmlnnt CoOBUDdrrj J. C. Smith. Reror.lee. Meets the 8J Mon day night of each month. crfo' I XI DO NO. 45. A. B. Jones, W. M - J. r. Smith. Jr SecV.. Meets 4th Friday each month. St. I...

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. — 2 August 1873

Repudiation Ue and She. )ut of hia life Le cuat her, A one from a drawer may fling A Rlove that hath lost its fellow, And grown but a avelegg thing ; Or at the flowers to-morrow, That you wreathe In a vae to-dav, Shall be replaced hy frehher, And carelessly Bung away. Out of his life he tore her, As a string from a lute in rent That hath ceased to njake Hweet ninti- A tlikeord and ilisuonti-nt, ur a the leaf from a volume By a recreant hand is torn, TTherein some rare love sonnet JIatb come to be read with scorn. Out of his life he dropped her, In his mood of cool disdain, As a pebble upon tte water That can never rise again, But must motionless lie forever Down in the ooze and slime, Waiting the change of matter, And lost to tide and time. Out of her life she plucked him, As a dagger Is drawn away, To see what hepe remaineth For the sufferer, cold and gray, Staunching the dark wound after. And hurling the steel afar ; Then closely, carefully folding Fair linen above the scar. Out o...

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