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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 25 April 1874

V MISCELLANEOUS. Louisville Advertisements. Bam 'lp. smear. 7AUBS RAYKB, Metropolitan Foundry -AND i IRONWORKS, SUE AD' & SAYHE,' v 1 llfft Scrref 2Jrf. Grajvn & Walnut Sli. Within one-lmlf square of West-Walnut Street Kallroad. LOUISVILLE, Ky. I PF.ii.iLTirJi " Arrtilb-ctural Iron Warks, l"'.1' Iron Fronts, Corn ices, Hnjiisjlits, Pat. A ordlnsry. Window Capa, Air Urates, Key Itoxen, . . Kervlce lloxes, Maloonit-s, Verandulia, Uuilinars. - . -Miuth Welrlrt. Cistern Valves, Wrought (irutinB, .ToMiinK Work, I-nrd Coolers, Itetort Moulb, Umh'i.,rd, Chair. and Settees. Nolo A e ta for ft. IV ' f?,J7w' C. HKttKY 1HC. lllXUT Itl'MKKAKa. XATIKU SCIIIMPLER. JNO. STKOM A.KX. C. HENRY FINCK&Co. IMPORTERS and DEA1KIU IS Wines and Liquors, ReepcoBstunUyon hand a Superior Articlof Old Bourbon Whisky. No 97 West Market Street, M-r.13.12m. LOUISVILLE, KY. Z, T. COLLIEB with H K HAYS & CO., Formerly Hays, Carry Ilobcn, Notions & Fancy Goods 1!)I MAIN BTKEET, . ' ' LoiilMvllle, ...

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. — 25 April 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. -U JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1874. (T?Somc of our readers will fail to receive the Whig and Tribune as early this week as unal. The paper on which thi issue was to have been printed left Louisville on tho 10th ingt., but was delayed by the flood in tlio Cumberland. Xot coruiug to hand in time on Tuesday last, wo Kent in person to Memphis for paper, which owing to the rains and delay, only reached us Friday morning at 10 o'clock. A Nkw Uktartitke. It is sought to reinforce tlio rotten fabric of Rad icalism in tho North-west with a few new planks. Of these the temper ance excitement is one, tho Cincinnati Gazette being our authority on this point. The Radicals have evidently resorted to strategy similar to that of a innn who would place a woman or child between himself and the fixe of an enemy. In ihe dread of a square- stand-up fight, on the naked issues now between the Democracy and Republicanism the desperate .'am blers in North-western politics look to 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. — 25 April 1874

Special ad Local. PKKSOSAL3. WcuudertuiiillUadiclrirnU ol Sir. J. E. ?iniH'lt are to Rive a farewell benefit at Toiu Id Hall thU evening. Or.J. A. Harrison, rector of KU Luke's fliurch, left on Mm. lay, last, for the Kptaca ittl convention of the rlloceao o( Trnnwwt, which met at Knoville on . WedniUjr, the Mr. U. W. Harris, ol Louisville, rtpn-wut-s tho Arm of Johnston, Ncwmin A Co., will to In tha rily next week. ' Mr, Levi 8. WoodH ami KU. TlinlH-rlaL.-, ilis Ungubhea lawjeri of Ls-Xliir"! aro In cl'jr. V I : " Hon. W. I. MoFuriunitof ntull1t. Hon. Jamea Keutrcss ami Messrs. r rank Fentress, K.II. Wowl anil Albert McNeill ot Kolivar, David ISriKlit E. anil Cait. Hull of ISrowns ville Capt. I-aita, Msjor Tho. Jil hikr.Uou, and Mr. Waroof Dyersbiirjr; 8. mil, E., of Trenton, are In altcmUnee upon tlsr Otipuwna Court, " Mr. J. N. Strgall, who represent in Wot Tennessee the great Louisville Dry (J-x.dJ boiiV! of Bamberger, Illoom & Co., lor ow on hla semi-annual visit to bia cust...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 25 April 1874

4 4- r.r chahi.kh n. i.txasd. ly loidridei through his palace gate, 'j liuly sweeps along lu male, Viie sasc tli In les lna on many a tiling. AtkI the maiden muc3on marrying; i'iiy mlnttrcl liarpetli merrily, i'iie Kullor rlonehi ttio lofi mini; sea, Hie liunlHinau kills the pood red deer, r.nj the soldier wars without e'eu finr; V.'tir rlM o eurft, ttlutU-'er brall, 'J7ieimnrr he muM feed Uunn all. . iiiilli liammrcth cherry red the swcnl, 1'rlcnt preiiehelli pure the Holy Word, linme Alice worat-lh brol-lcry well. Mori: Ulcliard tale of lovo cnnlell. The tup-wife sella her foaming beer, 1jii Klslicr llnhclli In the mere. And courtiers ruflle, strut and thine, While page bring tliegascon wine; Hut fail lo carh, U'wrteVr befall. The nmirr he mut 'ctl thf m oil. Mull builds 111 caslUv fair and lilli, Wliercvi-r river runneth by, ii-L-ut cltbr rise In every land, (ile.at churches allow tlio builder 'a hand, Ureal niche, moil .nnenU and lowers, viri-nt palncertailfi pleitxtnic bowers; ...

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. — 2 May 1874

Lwuisvillc Advertisements; HAM'LI1. HtiUXO.. jAt1 aAVMK. Metropolitan Foundry -AND- ,. " "'i, iron wpkks,- 1 lA Sfrerf i. (fmyvtn Jb WalmU 6U. Within crrm lis If snuraofWact-Walnot ritreel Kailrond. " ! : LOUIS VILLU, Ky.j Jr.m Kr-.iiti, 1 ... Verandahs, ttvlivlilft. Tit'. iriliniry. Kailinir, j hvh V'l?lit, ristern Vslves, Wpmglit .ritmg, .lolihini Worlc, Laid Coolers, Wil' I'M'. Air iri, Key Unlet, Service Boxc, Ki-t'U't Mouth:', MaMe. Furniture, oru-u vnt4t- -- fcolr K" for . I. Klirl' rirr-l-rooi 4 eillutr. iirJ- , drshy rmci. XVllKK.tnilllKi.ICH. C. HENRY KCICK& Co. Wines and Liquors, Hee. constantly on ban! a sul,eri.,r Article of Old Bourbon Whisky. . No. 97 West Market Street, ..l13-12m. '. LOUISVILLE. KV. X. T. COLLIER Willi H. R. HAYS & CO., f ormerly Currj & IS'ih' n, Notions & Fancy Goods l:i7 MAIS STUKKT. r.oiilHvUIe, Ky.i TtRSfiS STRICTLY CASH 03 ITS EQUrVsLEI.,. RobtW. Kamscy;, MAKCFACTUBER OF STEAM BOILER V'.lnvenLhSt. bet. Muin and Market. Louisville...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 May 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tcnn. S VTL'KDAY, MAY 2, 174. Thk Ovkrklow. Wc do I'.Ot ill tills article jiropoiio to ,'o into the details of the overflow in the Mis sissippi yallcy. Its immediate ef fects arc sufficiently obvious. The suffering U grent, the loss of lile not inconsiderable, while the de struction of property is incalcula ble. All this we can perceive at a "lance, but there are hidden dan gers lurking in thi disaster which iiiiikI he guarded against. VTa earn estly beg the farmer of MadiHott Jounly, and of West Tennessee not to bo turned aside from their wise purpose to raise more corn than usual this season, by the accounts that come to them of the paralysis of labor in the cotton lands of Ark ansas, Mississippi and Louisiana. We do not say that these accounts are exaggerations, for we know that they are not, but it will be un fortunate if they serve to make our people depart from the plan of crop ping heretofore determined upon. We would not be at all supriscd to hear ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 May 1874

Special atcd Local. PEUSON'ALS. 15lmlT. U.yJ. Krrf Brownsville, is ir. the city. Mr. 11. It a candidate lor Chancellor la th U district. Oa Sunday night last Ilev. A. II. Jam preached a very .ble sermon to a large audi ence, at the 1st Methodist Church m this city. Col Day, f HumboMt, who iun.lt very high In the order of O ld Fellows, was 1- the city on Monday last. Mr Uy, n.l number ol o..r lI.irol.ol.lt sry celebration of the I. Monday. .Join, of Mr. Waller M. Bt. Louis la on a ,..,t to M "hr t this vim v r.H .l.u hi.uu. nf old and execurm ui...j . Co. , one ol the largest, as cu aa We have lotion air. m most accomplished nd pleasant gen i. and hope nia visits to our cit y will 1 acuU th: steveranee brat in the f rrat West Jones tleniai more frequent. CIT ASDCOBSTlf ITK1W. Un lottilua; ITr, Houth-wrMt cor- Vme tr. Al' WoA' Kim ortc can bo . . ., t Fokoet-To iook a. ". press Good. Don't Wilbon'i WATr.it. J.ii'ior BELIGIOM Notice. 1st Bsptist Church, Hey. Dr. H'mdriekson, Pastor. .S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 2 May 1874

" ; , ii on auk. ;; ' " ' ,Vhit iluii.it on the meadow green I'rcacnl tby Ucuuteou form to nic ; i'eacrful and joyful lueac are peen. Ami peace an J Joy encompass tb.-. I watch them where they Unce n.1 alilne, Ami love tat m- for their Ixmtj's thine. lie J rosea o'er I he woodland brook Kcmrmlier mc thy lovely f ic ; Sn blUMliins; anil no fresh ita look, So wild tntl hy II railinnt grttv. I ki-i them In their my retreat. Ami think of lip more eofl aixt awect. (iCit.l arrow of tbe merry morn, , fcbot avvifily over eattem aea, tiobl tail of the bending corn. That ripple In the Au;ut breeze, Tfcy 'wilderfng amlle, thy golden hair. Ami all thy power ami "tale declare. White, red mill K'.l.l Hie nwfut rrown l virtue, :nl of beauty tool From what bright tlioe eyen look down I'll kim who proudly darn to aue! Vet, free from aelf a liod rom ain, love that lovea nor anka to win. Let tue but love thee in the flower, The waving gran, tbe dancing wave, ' Thn fragrant pomp of garden-bower. The vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 May 1874

Louisville Advertisements. SAM'l, r. S.NKAO. JAMES SAYBC. Metropolitan Foundry AND I ROM WORKS, S1TEAD & SAYRE, 14A Street Jiet. (Sraymn tfc Walnut St. Willi In one-half square of West-Wulnnt tsireet Uailroiul. LOUISVILLK, Ky KPi.iiiM ikk. a.-..i.;i...i...-.iI Irorr Works. 'Himu r Csiw, I l oll l-'rollt, t ol'll'("4, Miviivi.K, I'al. A ordinary. Wmdmv ll'-. - tr ir;lf, Ki-y ISoxiv, SlTVII-'' riO, l.'ilort Mouths, rtalcnnics. Verandahs, Itailintr. Sah Weii'lils, Cistern Valves, Wrought lir.ilin; .lohhin Work, Laid Cooler. l.lilllp Post Mulile furniture, i;rd:u Chairs and Settees - lor S. I. Silirwd'a Flrf-I'roof 4'elll"K- matOt-nm. r. nKSur FlXf'K. IILSKY UlXfcKAKK. x wirn seumrLK". J. NO. Tli- C.HENRY FINCK&Co. IMPOUTKItH and !EAIEI18 IN Wines and Liquors, Kcnp constantly i Man ! a Siirior Article of Old Bourbon Whisky. No. 07 West Market Street, .pl.'M2m. I.OUISVILLK. KV. Z. T. t'OLLICK Willi H. It. HAYS & CO, Formerly Hay, Curry A Itoben, Notions & Fancy Goods I'jT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 May 1874

VVITTH AATIi TDITFTT17 JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1871. Nkw rAliTiE.') The bolt of ThomuH Uoyera of tho Gallatin Kxmnintr from (lie Culjar eymlicfitc at Nashville lust v.eck, will likely prove tho ilentli blow of thnt little conspiracy. Mr. I.oyers, who ia an able as well at an cm net nnil honcut man, rrRpondcd to tho call of Col. A. H. Coljar, chair man of tho Joliuson Stato Executive Coinmittec, for a conference of thoe who hud Btnnortod Mr. Jolm.tou iu the CougrcHMonul can van i of 1S72. Mr. 1;., it social wan under the im-iM-ciision that themectii) was intend ed "to iu(.-ificute to houl and close up the wounds of the Into contro versy to fraternize the discordant member of the lame family, who in on evil hour fell out by tho way Mtle nnd (p.iarrclod net over principles but men." IIo had lived to see the evil cffecU of the mad conflict, nud, to use hia own words, "longed for the res toration of tho unity of the grand old party in which ho ni born." This waa tho spirit in wh...

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. — 16 May 1874

J is f Special am) Local. PEUSONALS. Ir. II. II. l.rowii, of Mi.lliii, np-in ectt'i'al daya in the city this week. Iir. Il'ilit. White, Hie t;ilrnt-. c lltor of tlic lbnou Herald, wan ill aUcU'liilic oil the lirand Coniiiiundi-ry of KuigliU reinidur, which in t; iu tin c.i u Tliuro.U Wt had the pleasure ol a call Irorn Mr. M. I.. Ifaynea, of,tlio Frankliu l.rvicnr and Jmir n:.l, on Friday. Mr. II. is a .Sir knight, ami was in uttcnditncc upon lli Gr:uvl Coin'iim dcry . Mr. Julm E. lt:inUI, rrnmrly or Kin.lil A Heath, of Meinphi. w-m one of the Knlglita Tmilar In the city thin week. Mr. li. Is a mcndier of the Cyrene Lodge, the l,c t drilled organization of KniuhUin the Stale. Wc had tha pleasure ol meeting, mi 'I'liurs- il.iy, Menir-i. Win. Gay, Ch;4. Ilean, ami I'rice, of Memphis. They in-1 oe I to the Cy- rene lodce of Knl'lilx Tcmphir.ainl were in at tendance on the lrand Comiu:iii'cry ol'th Stulc. CITY AIDCOCNTI 1TWI. live lot time Store. Honlli-wcst cor ner of Ijifayette and 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. — 16 May 1874

A tAY OF LIVIXU. BY JonN R . N0RCK08S. Kroin the New York World. Say not In a rhyming riddln That tilings arc not what tliry M i m! Home folks mini play itccond tiddle Floating cblp move with the stream. .-t the poet in liis t inly Spin his rhyme in c:ire!e cax ; If he bail to labor wouM tic Sini! of HcliU ami Mrds ami tnc; Dally work is on in pn-anln;:; Life is ibort and menU mre toiifr ; Anl wc have no time forgueln; The conundrums of your lonif. Who can write to well of sorrow A' the man whom torrow npar.' 3ln.t (if all they trouble borrow Who .trc mod removed from i .. We inu-t try to make a living, P.ii as honest as we may. Wood advice to others giving, Ilmling not what others fay. Very real is life and earnest; We our d Mined coure must run, Till at last, inurned and furnaced, Fiirnds shall lay cf u well dott! MISCELLANEOUS. Head-light Bright eyes. The kick of timo A wrinkle. A Baptist disease Dip-theory. Engaged for every set A hen. A beggarly haui Robbing a paugcr. Heaven me...

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. — 23 May 1874

Louisville Advertisements. AM I. I SXEAD. JAMES SAYkE. Metropolitan Foundry -AND i iv on WORKS, S1TEAD & SAYRE, Ulli Slrrrl BH. (Jrayton & W'thmt ,St. Within oiii-lmlf KHiareof West-Walnut istroet ltullroud. LOUI9VILLK, Ky- KPECI. 1.1 - Architectural Iron Work-, CliirawHi., Iron f'roiila, ' ' I ornioes, Sk lights. Pal. ordinary. Window Cap'. A ir tiratea. Key lloxcs, Mervic.e Box", Itetort Mouths, rlaluoni Verandahs, Itailiutrs, Sash Wei.rliT, (intern alves. Wrought i.rutinK, .lolil.ni Work, Lai 'I Coolers, stable r iirmliirc. liaiden C hair and Si lto Mnlr Al'llforN. I". HnrfVn Fire-Proof eiliK. marJM-'im. C . HMUT KINCK. IIKNIir IH' Skit AK It. XAVirn hcnmpiHK JWO. hTKiiliA.v.t . C. HENRY FINCK&Co. IMPOKTKKS ttUll PEAIEIlH IN Wines and Liquors, Keep coatunUy ou haul a Suierior Article r.f Old Bourbon Whisky. No. 97 West Market Street, M-ilM2ra. LOUISVILLE. KV. Z. T. COLLIER wltU HrR HAYS & CO, Formerly Hays, Curry Uoticn, Notions h Fancy Goods MAIS STIlEKT, LoulHvI...

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. — 23 May 1874

DIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, MAY 1:1, 187-1. .Akkaxsah. Tlio rustlings of civil war aro no longer heard in our neigh bor State. General Grant has inter posed the strong nrm of federal au thority, and Brooks buttled and beat en, for a limo at leant passes into in famous obscurity. We do not care to enlarge upon the Arkansas troubles, but we cannot refrain from trans ferring to our columns the following from tlio Cincinnati Commercial of a to date. "The Arkansas civil war will call at tention to the desperato rapacity of the rings of public robbers in the Southern States. The row is not be tween the races, and it is not between the Democratic nud Republican par ties." Oh no, of course not. The Repub lican party had nothing to do with the domination of negroes and Ohio preachers in the politics of Arkansas, and papers like the Commercial on the nafo side of the border can very com plucently watch the evolution of the diabolical drama as it is played in the South west. It 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. — 23 May 1874

Special a.d Local. PERSONALS. Itislioj; k'eeuau, of till Catholic Clu.relt, is ex pected to arrive la Ihc city to-day, anil to preach w-iftorYow, Sunday. Col. W. H. Stephens, of Memuliis, in in lit i-ity. We Is looking well anil vigorous, mid lcir himself with all the dssh of ante-bellum ' "leys. XV. S. Maxnell, Kso,., .,f H.jin-y coiiuly, i in the cily. He is 111 the enjoyment of excel lent health, add as the M.cst evidence that his "lien"l I level," he renewed hi subscription to the Wtu( und Tribune, proiuiuucuiif it the very bent paper published in Tennessee. Tin re are several Oiousaiid people who concur with bira in this opinion- city nocorj.TV rrt.m. 1.1-c i'lolbius "tore, South-west cur lier of l-if lyetf; and LlbnUr strt-eu .V. W. OATKs. Jr. 4 ft ). A lull line o. M1W celebrated Hoots and Shoe nt IIULLANU Si WILBk.W. I'm AtuM'a LiirisitXT, for mnu or beast, Internally and externally. UrussinW la lacksou Neil it. aprll lWm IL'ST Skk Ttit'-.vi.-Splcndid Optra c-ol'd Kill (ilov...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 May 1874

X; 1 LIFE. Wc arc born; we l:iugb; wo worp; Wc love; we droop; we die! Alii wherefore lo we laugh er wpri? Why ilo we live or die? Who know that o.-icred deep? A1a, not I! Why ilolh the violeti eprinj; Unseen by lainnn eye? Wby do the radiant e.n. on brim; Sweet thought Hint quickly fl ? Wby do our fond ueurt cling To thlnga that die? Wo toil through pain and wrong; We Ui'ht and fly; We live; we love; nml lin n, ere lon, Stone dead we lie. O lire! is nil thy aons "Kinlurs and die?" M I SC i:i.LAN KO US. WOHIM4 O' LO E. feneeter limn masie o'er the water, llrigliter than sunshine on the sen, Sweeter than dewdrop on the flower. Comes a loving word to me. It is not the victory that makes tho joy of noble heart, but the com bat. Montalembcrt. To bo a great man it in necessary to turn to account all opportunities. Rochefoucauld. AVe generally eotniJemo. tho pas sions of others by other passions cither liko or unlike. Pasqnicr Qucsncl. A -Littlo man obncrved that Lo had twe negative quali...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 June 1874

Louisville Advertisements. ASt'l, l S.NKAD. JAM KM SAYIlK. Metropolitan 'Foundry IKOIM WORKS, SNEAD & SAYRE, 1 ith Street Bel. (Jraijv.n C Walnut SU. Within onc-Ualfso.iareof West 'Walnut Street Hiillroail. LOUISVILLU, Ky. M'KtTTiTf if.. Ar,t,rrUlrou Works, Iron rr-.uU, Vcrandalia, SKl&Pat.Aor.UHary, IfcHlinjj... .: ,,,,. wroiiKtii 1 ' Harden Chairs and ! tu-t. 1IIUK. ' t;. iiknuv riNCK. X WIKH sClllllPl.BR. JNO. BTSOAN!. IUCSUV Dl'MtAKl. C.HENRY FINCK& Co. IMFOKTKKS and DEAIEM8 IN Wines and Liquors, hirp coaUntly on nan I a Superior Article of Old Bourbon Whisky. No. 97 Vest Market Street, M-.l.T-12m. LOUIS V1I.I.K. KY. 35. T. COLLICK Willi H. II. HAYS & CO., . Formerly liars, Curry & llohcn, Notions & Fancy Goods VJ! main stuekt. r.OIiMVllle, iiy. TERMS STRICTLY CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT. Sept 6 lira RobtW. Ramsey, MANXFACTCKF.R OF STEAM BOILERS, Eleventh St. bet. Main and Market. Louisville, Ky. STK AMHOAT, Mill, Portable anil I'liriulit toilers of every lies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 June 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. .SATURDAY, JL'NE C, 1871. In. B. M. Palmer. This eminent - man Las resigned the charge of the first Presbyterian church of New Or leans, after a pastorate of nearly twen ty years. It ia not our intention here, to n.-k for Dr. Palmer a gener ous wclcomo at the hand of the peo ple of Tennessee. It lias been known for some time past that ho had been offered Iho chancellorship of the Uni versity at Clinks ville, and it was re garded as certain that ho would ac cept it. This in a matter of congrat ulation to onr neighbor city and to the Stale, but it is at the eame time painfully suggestive of the terrible pressure that has been brought to bear upon the people of Louisiana, Many of the years if Dr. Palmer's life have been sptut in the metropo lis of the South. lie loved New Or- lean3 and New Orleans loved him His church was to the visitors of that city what The Church of the Pilgrims is to the visitors of New York. lie hud left his native State, South Car...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 June 1874

Special and local. PERSONALS. lUr.J- A. Lyon, I. H-,ot the University ol tKfonl, Miss., is in the city. tiun. T. G. Ilardina. of JJnshvllIe, wis the Kuot of Dr.' A. Jackson, for several days du ring I he week. Mr. n. 8. SooflonL the traveling aireiit of ik. .il known anil telluhla Dniif-hotise Of .t t. ifrrrla A Co.. of Cincinnati, was In the city last week, and we recommend him to our friends in this portion of ths Stale. Ual. W.J. Hikes, one of the best informed men in Trnncsece. and one of ihemost efficient workers in all enterprises calculate! 10 ail Vance the interests of Ihc Slate, passed through. the eitj few days since. Elder David Walk during the week delivered , admirable lectures In the Christian Cbnrchol Ihla city. As a lecturer Sir. Wulk stands In the front rank and we hope that be may visit us often. Kev. John A. Womack, a distinguished ' Presbyterian divine ot PittsborO, North Caro lina, has been on a visit to Ida brother ir. o il. Womack. ot Hits citj eluung the past...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 June 1874

TtfAXT. Louisville Advertir:fir,t mcetln m KccmeJ to vail .-t. y. Mhj tbry shunned your treat ing, And wliy my lips were strangely pale Who cp tho nuailo of a lot lovrr May well le pale for hope or foar; You Mcnicd n ghot from day gone over When firnt I looked upon you, dear! Iiecausc, before a word wan cpekrn, And almont ere I aw you plain. 1 thought you her hsc heart wai broken The day that mine was snapped in twain. Now, like & ghost let loone from prison, And utrange below the common Uc-i, You tec my dead youth re-arisen. To meet the magic of your eye. MISCELLANEOUS. Ambition for ambition' ake is in ttn keen est purpose foiled; Ambition for another' sake, on noble pur. poM? bent, Jove-led, Ji God's best silt to intellect, whereby the cuuured orain necome A willing Have to win and pay the high est homage of the heart. May 21, lH'A K01.LO JUMM.KR. Somo one has said of a fine and honorable- old age, that it waa the childhood of immortality. Pindar. Cautious ago suspects the fla...

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