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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 21 March 1874

Louisville Advertisements. RobtOT. Ramsey, MANUFACTURER OF sn;vu boilers, Klovcnlh St. bet. Main and Market. jLoiilsvlUc, Ky. STV MISIIAT. Mill. rirtnlilc and l'.riirlil I'.iiihrKol every lrili.n. Lard I auks, Kilt t'ait. rtr. linlfi rs Ili-paired nt Miorl Nunc- s.m mh'I Hand llodcra lr Sale. W..rk ol lliu il't Material und "rk'""" ,.!,.. .,U-1 , riiKNiir unck. xavimi -;"'" 1IKN ItY OUIAkt. -TE.,tA.-. C.HENRY FINCK&Co. lMi'okTKH i ami heaikim rs Wines and Liquors, Krcp constantly on han 1 a su.-rlir Annie itt Old Bourbon Whisky. No. 97 West Market btrccl, epi : I 'm. 1JJUISV1I.LK, KV. j'jlJIINSON. V. II. KHWH.IX. A.U. t,lllKllT j, w. HAititis win Johnson, Newman & Co., WHOLESASE GROCERS AXI Commission Morchanls, Nn. 271 Main St., between 7th and Mb, Hoitf-Cra LOULSVILLE, KY. z. t. col.lii:k wiiu H. It HAYS & C0.; Formerly May, Curry A lluln-u, Notions & Fancy Goods M MAIN STKKKT, I.oulHvilU, Ky. TERMS STRICTLY CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT. .Sel l-MI . Fourth Grand Gift Con...

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. — 21 March 1874

yillG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. ' L 1lf I ' S . . im? ....... Sfrr ik. Wo uro cniiipelltxl to put a y, luark nftrr cvitv Bulmoribc. 'k i.iinie wlicn--ver liia term ex-jiii-i-n. Wo hop that all ol our rtwilcrs) will come forwanl ami renrrw tli.eir Mtlsrri!ijiiH tironi-.t-ly, nurt wo promine to-giro tlu-ni an tiunnually interesting pnjier .lrin the present yenr. - - - "TIIK I.OIIIIV Thin pliniAc is hiir;estive not only of visible ilirt lint ff ilirt be.lrnjr Inl morals, lut it in a patent fact that "the Ijohbv," representing the mere money of the country, con trols a loJy that oujc'it to represent the liifjhcst oriler of American hon or anil intcllei't. TJio Congress of the Unitctl .States, while 40 millions of people were asking relief from the buiileiis that pre ho heavily upon them through the practical workings of a flnanciat policy that i confessedly a failure, has been engaged for mouths in prodding about among the slime and reek of its past legislation upon other sub jects. T...

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. — 21 March 1874

"X i . 4 ; 1 i it Special aivd Local. PEItSONALS. P. M. Collier, of Mt-mphlii, l in the cily . Thursday lat. II, million, of .Nashville, ami E. II Eirll, of Saw York, are in Ihecilj. pt.Tho. Ilocker is en a vi-.it to liu fallir who reslilon In Kanaas City, Mi. j lr. TlMM. W. Harris tin n-ii;ncd Ihr prac tice of liis irofrHion . He U one of th juot a'llllful I'hyaicUna Unit t hare, uii-1 Is j-r- fectly conversant with all tlie ilirj of nil 1 ititudc. I'.J. Mcljcttrick, out' of our mo.t popular and enterprises nu-rclianiii, was in I-oumvlllr on. Tuesday last, eu-roule for I he Eastern ci tiei wliera he goei In order to puri liafle goods t'tr bit house. Elder V. E. Half, of tlic Christian Church, Is on a hricf visit to his friend in this city. lir it liu bern lahorln fuithlully for huiiic Untenant as Evantfi-list for West Tcnncsxce and his t tforts have hn n followed by the most ;;ratilying rrsulH. t" pleasure in coni lamdlng talru to our lricnd every where, as an eirncst, conscientiou...

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. — 21 March 1874

3 1 1 S f LL N KO US. f'i ' -' ' - I H'w twitting i'ir i-niwii to dlnr in, . . . . Viut. nil UiiUcu inlil'l thr ijbottlij I llht oil, f't nslccp. Hut tli.! Ilulu tltmperatc elf, ThcUny lr:tor, Hve hliu-x lf r ily wlngx I jitiirlHtl him up i.lltu h bee; unci lit ii uiiT Of my wliit! I Hunk luni. Atnl what d'y tliluk I iliunk Imii Kallll 1 thought titiu lu(1. Nut lie" Tbure lie liven with ten fold irlee; AnJ now thin moiutDt Willi hi i"i;s J ff-I lit m llckllnx my lnlltrllJK A hollow mwkory An echo. TrtHHttl f'uMinic Kjytiun mum A jourunlintit.- iudij;uulioii l'a- o;y Council of Miiilii to jmve the per chulcr. ' utrcetM with Pailm-ah gravel at SI SO , . . ,rl , i per mirfacc yard, warrautinf? the work The place lur a j.n.iin; The Sand- i (r live ye!ll.s 'i),,, prnjwisition in tin wich InlamlM. der adviscmciit. A boy iulliii a intileV lalo m 4 j Croekott County ttcutinel : "Our turtdiio" luoof of c-ontMouie. fricud, Mr. John Archer, o( Uroivns- The man who sut down oti J tb,J i pur of ...

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. — 28 March 1874

Louisville Advertisements. RobtW. Ramsey, MANUKACTUKEIl OF STBAffl BOILERS, Eleventh St. bet. Main and Market IxmMville, Ivy. MMIIOAT. Mill. I rlnljlo and I'priirlit l.anl l auks. t t-i-i.' ii. .11 . ..r i.ecrv lceril'tl Suit 1'aiu, . to. It..il r lli-paind ut short No nce. Second Hand Hollers lor .-:!. Work ol lll fM-st 'i'-i-ii Mil i P. scpn-riiu. I . IlKMItV riN-K. IIKNIir JIL-NKAK. jtAViru sriiim-i.H JNO. KTKI.MAN C. HENRY FINCK& Co. IMPOHTKItS ailll l)KAir.UH IN Wines and Liquors, keep constantly on hanl a Superior Article of Old Bourbon Vhisky. No. 97 West Market Street, frpl.1-12m. LOUISVILLE, KV. Z. T. COLLIEK with H. K. HAYS & CO, Formerly Hay, Curry A Botien, Notions & Fancy Goods 191 MAIN" STItELT, Louisville, liy. TERMS STRICTLY CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT. Sept 6 12in Incorporation Notice j Tin favorite Home Ilcturtlv. This unrivaled S-iutliern lleno-d-. I war ranted mil to runt-tin a single particle if Mmi d i:vf nr any injurious uum-rul suli-ita nee, BUT IS PUK...

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. — 28 March 1874

0- 'rel 'tta clt ilaj . T liC 411 r. tH t 11 in H. ji lit 1 fap ill W al 111 tic n( va 1 . J Bin ol An y Ml .V (!) ll it I IM WHIG AND TRIBUNE. r JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1874 NOTICE. Wo arc compelled to put a X mark after every subscriber's name when ever his term elpires. We hope that all of our readers will come forward and renew their subscriptions prompt ly, and we promise to give them an unusually intcreting pnper during the present year. - - - AIH)IT NOLDIKR. Ken. Hill, of Georgia, deprecates the fact that ho many military .men have'obtained office North and South biuce the war. Ho says that there arc enough genorals, colonels, captains and majors in Congress to form a re spectable army but not enough States men to make a good committee. We find this paragraph running through the press of the conntry everywhere, but what is in it to justify its wide spread publication and the implied endorsement thus received? So far as we arc concerned wo confess to an ever lesseni...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 28 March 1874

Special and Local. PERSON'AI-S. A: V. Win. Holland, of Holland & WUImiii relumed from tho principal markets. "they are now opening an attractive H of seasonable goodsrail and ' ,n. Ixk for a curd next neck. 5V. A.M. Johnson, ofltlenad, wan in city Thursday last. He Is "till an en- ilastlc friend of tho Jackson and Itlr- igham Railroad. . T. West, formerly of this city, Is now h Chess, Charley A Co., of I-oulsvllle, a tX house and well represented In him. ur. old friend, J. II. Thomas, now reprc U tho Root and Shoe house of sooddy lsh, of Louisville Friend John ile- ves success wherever ho goes, and wo e he will achieve it. mong tho most agreeable gcnllcim.-n we t In Cincinnati, were Thos. A Robt. N. ma, leading Grocery Merchants of that tit city. They are gentlemen In the hlgh- senu,nnd we especially com me nd them "bur dealers. "TapU W. C. Penn, With Walluo; 4 Itlngel ' 'Inclnnatl, desires his customers lu West inesaee to know that he la prepared to w them an unusually One asso...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 28 March 1874

For Ui hlg and Trlbuuo. At'ROMTIC. HY MRS x. J. Josrs When ol her friends Krcrt tlite Ami brljtbt milei linger Hill, Ltkeuiiiiiirr'dri'uiu of Ix auty Tliy soul with pleamrri llll, Enraptured Ftllt in nceneii o guy. Ilemcmlier for llice I fhall i-raj. Can fririuUliiii formetl iu brlcll, II ive a plneo in memory true, liven tlmu-b t never ce Hire, A prayer I'M breath for you, H:ijcJ on thy blow a wreath f t nne, SSieilinf; a luster on thy nnir. M ISCICLLAN FA US. Natural humbugs Been. A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market. Charles Lamb. 'Prayed out of town,' aro tbo worda nailed on tho door of sever al saloons at Xenia, Ohio. Eruerson sajr: 'The way to mako tho world belter is by reforming number one; then there n surely one less villain in tho world.' 'You might hate heard tho un folding of u cambric handkerchief,' is a French j.hruso for cxprepuing profound silence. Tho clergy of Chicago have been reprimanded by tho temperance crusaders for not giving tbo move mcut cijher ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 4 April 1874

Louisville Advertisements. JAMKH SAYKE. Metropolitan Foundry -AND- IRON WORKS, S1TEAD & SAYRE, UU SlrcH lid. GmtjMtn A Walnut Williln one-half "inure of West-Valnut Mlruul llatlroud. LOUISVILLI'. Ky. M'EsTll.TSE. lioul Iron morns., .......... Iron Fronts. 'al;onicrt. I'oniiecs, stcvltiiiit", t'at. X -.ir'tiiiurj, Window Cuiu, Air tJratcs, ker lixe, Kclort Mollllls, I .....I. I'.tMlU Verandahs, Itallim'S, Hush Wciudits, ClHlcrtl Valves, Wrought i. rutin?, .loldmor Work, I .HI. I iJKlli sitfhli) Furmttiri, oaiue" v. nt . - ....... .....I S. ll-.-. fcolr k'h for K. , 1. Kueari'M tlrr-I-roui Oilluic. maris-.""- ,. IlKXJtT ril-CK. IIKXIlY Dt-KKAKK. XAVir.lt Bt lllUn.KK. J.NO. -THOM AS X. C.HENRY FINCK& Co. imiouti:u3 and heaieus in Wines and Liquors, keep constantly on ban 1 it Superior Article of Old Bourbon Whisky. No. 97 West Market Street, M.13-12m. LOUISVILLE. KY. Z. T. tOLLILK Ml tli H. R. HAYS & CO., Formerly Hays, Curry 4 Bohen, Notions & Fancy Goods W MAIN bTUEKT...

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. — 4 April 1874

WHIG ANDJRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, APRIL, t, 1K71. koth'k. Wo nro compelled to put a y, mark after every subscriber's iiamo when ever liia term expires. We hope that of our reader will come forward anil renew their snbseriplionft prompt ly, nnil we prommc to give them an minimally interesting paper daring tho present year. TiiK Funding Bilt.. Our read er will remember that the Wiih; ANiiTiuiifNu opposed the Fund in; hill, from first to last, so long an it was an open question. Wc were satisfied that the credit of the State had been used to cover up Radical robberies under the general debt, and we were also opposed to the payment of interest upon the in terest already accrued. But thebill became a law and the Seal of Ten nessee has been affixed to the bonds. For this reason we respect it, and not because wo preferred it to any other bill that might have been framed. At the same time, howev er, wo have no sympathy with those who arc endeavoring to bring this distracting issue i...

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. — 4 April 1874

f Special akd Local. PKKSONALS. I). W. Huk!"" " " ' n'1 wl" rc turn In a few day, with large, catirely new, aurl carefully (elected stock of Jewelry of the latest stylet. Ir. J. A. Ileanl has resumed 111 clerical duties, nner a brief respite from labor, siient in Hie city of Mobile. Capt. Tom Hocker has returned to tho cliy, after an aim nee of several weeks. He had been to Kannas CUT. Mo., on a visit to his lather. Judge Milton Brown, niter an absence ol thrwr or four xii'ki In Saw Orleans, il at home irain. Ilia ncsjtb is much Improvsd We lia.l Ihe pleasure of a call Irem Col. J. L. Monthia. of l'ontotoc, 411., formerly resident of Tennessee, and who haa served two t mis In Conirrcis from Mis. Ho was look- inir remarkably well, and (till ha a strong hold upon the esteem and conlldi-nce of his na tive and adopted stales alike. Hsnht T. Sta.ntok, Ksq. We undcrstiin-l that thia gentlvinan, well known aa the author ut "The Money leaa Man," and a number of ..,.emi4 of hinh merit, will ...

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. — 4 April 1874

The following poem from the Cincinnati Commercial, Is uibllsbed hy way of a tcr ' Iblc warning-nays the Commercial: lro. feasor John Otcndoi IT sends tin the follow ing with a request to fullili. We give it verbatim ct literatim ct ptinetuatim. In a private note ho inf rtn us that our rcpor toii.il coadjutor, Mr. J. 1). Hunt, who Is a iiusicul inaa, lias expre.od . willingness to set the verc to inii-ic. It will In- seen that 1'rofcxMir O-tcndorir. like Chaucci, limpa a little in his spelling: How CoaUl I htmy .ny. Those npnrkling V o mild und j,':iy Swim olt for nie iu lilit of love - like Due drop In the Minny ray her rye are milder than the Dove round her heaving bottom bright, how could 1 stay away. like one Ibat from fearful Dream A wakes the morning light to view, and Roys to ct the purple beam Yit fears to tind the vi-ion true no milting soTl the music fell It aeeinetl to ttoothc the fluttering pray hark, heard you not the wild notes (.well how Could i i-tay Away. i heard tha...

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. — 11 April 1874

Louisville Advertisements. SSEAD. J AUKS HAVRE. Metropolitan Foundry AND IRONWORKS, SNEAD & SAYRE, 1 Ut -SVrat Bet. Grayton A Wl,vit SU. Within one-half aonnre of W-.t-Wnlnut Street iliillroiid. LOOISVILLl, liy. hv K7tTTir.. l.,il I ll ill , Ul"l ' ' Iron Frouu, s"Jii!itr-,.l't.or.lii.ary, Window Cap. Air Urates, Key lloxcs. Service Hose, JtalconicS, Verandahs, llailinirs. hash Weights, Cistern Valves. Wrouxlit .raiiug .lobbm Work, Laid Coolers, lielort Mounts, i-..it- Miililo Furniture, .:',.i.- Chair and Scttcs ....... M. Kiicr flrc-lToof 4'riliuKM. i;. HKNKT riKCK. XAVIKBsClllXrl.KK. JNO. -.TEUHA- IIKXIir DCIKKAKB. C.HENRY FINCK&Co. IJirOBTKKS and pKAIEItS IN Wines and Liquors, Keep constantly on haul Superior Article of Old Bourbon Whisky. No. 97 West Market Street , : ,epi:t-12m. UlUISVlbLK, KV. zT"tTcom-.ieis with E K. HAYS & CO, Formerly Hays, Curry ft I!Im n, Notions & Fancy Goods IUI MAIN kTUEKT, r.ouiHvIMe, Kj . UKMS MRICaY CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT. Hit t ft ...

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. — 11 April 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, ATOIL 11, 17-1. XOTH'E. Wc are compelled to put a 'A mark after every subscriber's name when ever bis term expire. We hope tlmt all of our readers will como forward nnd renew their subacripuoiw prompt ly nml wo promise to give them an unusually interesting paper during tbo present year. "Dol'rbonism." "After lUc close of the war, there arose the same complacent mode of viewing the question of reconstruction. Give the negroes t he ballot, we said, nnd 'prevent any political discrimination on account of race or color or previ ous condition of servitude, and all will be well. The result has been the return of a large part of the South to a condition of barbarism. Wo have there made life and per sonal liberty safe, but many of the thinrs which make life and liberty worth having are gone or going." The New York Nation, whose fi delity to Radicalism has been un swerving, talks thus of the results of "reconstruction" in the South. Its sober second...

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. — 11 April 1874

Special and Local. PEItSONAKS. Jo. Murloy, Kw I , of Kipby, I la tlio city. Tim Hon. Win. II. Stephens, of MumfhU, Is in the city. Hon. Itobt. T. Caldwell Is lu the city look ing halcand comfortable. J.T. Cartlel an Iraiul Jones F.-'ir., of Trenton, lire at Mi. Luckoy'a. Clia.T. Mom, Ksi.,nud MhJ.TIioh. llb-h-nrdon,of Dyersburtf, are lu the clly. Col. II. J I-et'. of BrownKvllle, in In nticii denco upou the Huprcmo Court. Mount. A.O. Alvlu.nml Isaac It. Haw kins, of Huntingdon, are lu the clly. Jutlua Wrlgbt of Memphis, Howell Jack ...... umitt nml Attorney (ien- Oll. IVVl.. J""K" cral Hclskcll arolu tlie city. II., n J. L. T. Sliced In at Mr. Calloway , Jud-a FroLinun at Mm. Luckcy'H,and Judge Turury at Mr. Kcurlock. chief Justice Nicholson and Judgo I).a.I- rick are lobe found at Co pi. J. M. Wool laxdV . K n-r nor article. UlMJIl the oruun Uat Ion of the Hupreme Court waa; put lu type. Judge McKnrland arrived In the city, and now oc cupies hla seat on the Boncli. Mr. William C. H...

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. — 11 April 1874

From Uio Homo Jouru.il. . AT SEA. She ban l.ni:ncil tue uruiils cf lur Ion ;, Ions Ii:iir, And slowly it fallt-tU ilown to lirr f. ct, All! never liml tm.iilrn Ins-o more r:ire. And niter wa Ui:: wnlimly weit. Tlicy linve look ! in ttie minor' puli-liei! tliecn, Yet never have ryes nut rtilli eye o blur, Anil never wire lijis o rtl, I wcrn, An the liiw to lirr utj-ent lover true. Lonj; at lirr caHemrnt ulic lingers to C-'Z': Into the nlIit no bopeltsMy dark. And some faint, flnt boiies are lot in the maze Of lur oln and tries fir .1 distant bark. "Lord of Hie heavens! to tine I come To pray for the love that Is out at m :i; lireathe penile breeze to waft him home, i:i in;; him cure more to love and to mil" There' 11 breath 011 Hie c-aiu i-!,e may nut know, There's a cry in the nir tbe may not hear, There's a manly form 'neath the billuivs low. lucre's a watery khroud, there' a sandy bier. The ild gfa is weeping lis bitters tcr, While the rocks and the reed have ma le their moan, Ar....

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. — 18 April 1874

Louisville Advertisements. bAM'bV. HNf.AD. JAMItl SAVKK. Metropolitan Foundry VND I ROM WORKS, fcNEATJ L SAYRE, 1 l SI rot HI- dr'Kjmn fc Walnut M ". Wilhlti mic-half wiuarcof West-Wa ut Street itaiiio... LOUIS VI LLU, Ky. S 'E' i Ai.r -" Architectural Iron Works, Iron Fronts, ( or n him, , Skvlntm,l"at.A"rbuary, Window Caps, Air Grates, Key lloxes, Service r.cs, K.lorl Mouths, I ....... hmiiK y capi!, ChIchi- a, V eranil.dm, rtailini'S. Sash Wi-ixhts, iMitii Valves, Wrought Gratlug, .lobbing Work, l.;ml Coolers, liable Furniture, ' Garden Chans iliui". niur-JS-tiiu. HKSIIV KINl' XAVIKll I MI-I.KK -JNO. sTJU.aA.SS- C. HENRY FINCK&Co. IMl'VKTKKU aUll DKAI MM IN Wines and Liquors, Kcceon.l..ntlyon haul appellor Arti. lt-ot Old Bourbon Whisky. No. 97 West Market Strcol, .rplMim. LOt'lSVILLK. KY. " "zTTVoiriTiiiit miiu H. R. HAYS & CO, Formerly Hay, Curry llnhcii, Notions & Fancy Goods IM MAIN BTKKF.T. Loulsvillr, Ky. TtRMi-itSUCTLY C1SH DE ITS OuIVAtEIT. . s.- .tn . RobtW. ...

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. — 18 April 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, AP1UL 18, 17-1. NOTIf'B. We uro compclWl to jiiit n M maik aftor every sul)RTibcr'H name "ivht'n cvcr hi term expires. We hope that ull'of onr renders will conic forward aud renew their mbscriptions prompt ly, oud wo promiBC t) givo tliem an MiniHually interesting paper dnrini; tlio present ve..r. War mice. There is n clamor ous nil n if to arms aloiitf 1 he up per Atlantic Kc.vhoanl. "Inflation mcniMi war" says (lie New York Herald, and it speaks very ominous ly upon the subject. "New Eng land, the Middle State, Virginia and the Carolina do not mean that after having laid the foundation of tho Republic, the West and Soutli " esUhall ruin and discredit them and the public." Of cnurec nobody Mippows that the States named have the slightest idea of going to war, bjitcvcnif they had, the threat ened sections would rare just as imieli about it as if they had been warned in a similar way by the Dig ger Indians. As to the peculiar sorting of the ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 18 April 1874

Special aivd Local. PERSONALS. Attorney Oenerul Hkcmnslou W In th city, In lUtuiidiince upon tlic Supreme Com Mr. Jas. Urown. editor ami proprietor n the Nashville Commercial It porter. was I Hie city this week, looking after tho of Ills valuable paper. . intercs Mr I. M. ford, editor of the Lexington lie ,nr I In the CUT. Our buaincua men will And It decidedly to tbclr intrmt to in the IUiorter. K.ir.ndCul. Landon C . Hayne of Mi'mpliln. both of whom have b en very . u. ....mti..nrd In many uuarUirs, In Hi In con' .1.. ailnof liuvcrnor, ro now . ........... i ...t..ndirc r " "l""e III tnc " . - Court. flTV ASBCOSNXV ITE.nS. liniment, for man or lxnt lutcrmdlyViid externally. DnigsJ. , .,. -iivFor Duncan' Worm cnn-" "'' ---- inrl;'2X-l!u. Syrup. JU8T Sr.K TlIIM.-Spbudld Opcr. col Kid Glove only V &. wot Hi HOLLAND & WlLUOVs. n4m. HUoem, IIU, C.p., and a com t.letc lino of tlenta' oiidcr-wear. at 1 w sv. UAT1X, Jr. CO. ToinllnMii .t How aril have a Un lot of Mule fur sain at ...

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. — 18 April 1874

The Irenllrnt an1 the Soath 4'nroli um Tax-Payers. "A prtKtrute Slate, abject and oor. Prayed ou Wy cut-pane, (windier, boor, Couics I nun hi y to this augUAtvloor, Asks icave to live." 'I gave you m uteri, anil no inure Have I Ui give." "Tho pul l piwt; or ill or well, . We've paid the price, nor now can tell It tin y ure better off who fell. Or wo whotay." " You've ffni your own Uiw, yon must tlw It I'tuler their tvvy." "When plumlnrcre' greed and ncKrocn' hale Were KtrlppluK unclean, we liowcd to fate; Jlnt thl.i intoleralile weight We caunot bear." 'Til never iitcthlle with a Stale Ayiin; to, there." "We cowo to you because you thrust Tlics bandits ou U8, whose holluHt Still grind our people in the dust. Is lhcrc.no help?" "One of youxbuulerett me, W'w tetu't. . Thy lying uhelp." "We ate taxed until we're quite nndouc, We're naked to ttio very bone, And hope except in you we've none.', ' Why, to be camlid, Jle UMleU me uxtrtc than the Xi w Vurk Hun, That Vary man tlid!" " I neve...

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