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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 13 June 1874

Louisville Advertisements. AN'L P. BW KAD. JAIBI SAYKK. Metropolitan Foundry AND- IRONWORKS, S1TEAD L SAYRE, llth Street Bet. Grayson & Walnut Si: Wltliln one-linlf squareof West-Walnut Hlrect Railroad. LOUISVILLE, Ky. Architectural Iron Works, "T JT..05 Iron Fronts, nalciinit-. Cornices, MKTliwtii. Pat- ordinary Window Caps, Air tirales. Key Boxes, Service Boxes, Itetnrt Mouths, Verandahs, ltallmtr. bash Weights, intern Valves, Wmuicht (.rating, .loliliintr Work, f.urd Cooler. Stable k'urnilure, i:nl,n Chairs ftml Si-tlwB KnlcACUrorN.!'. Untail'n Fire-Proof Oiling. '"'"" C. BltMST nNCIt. 11CMUT DUMSZAKC zatikh scnim-riea. - JNO. T0A!i. C. HENRY FINCK& Co. tMrcUTF.RS and DEAIEBS IN Wines and Liquors; hcop constantly on hand a Sujicriiir Article of Old Bourbon Whisky. No. 97 West Markct.Strect, ,cpl3-12m. LOUISVILLE. KV. Z. T. COLLI Kit W illi H. R. HAYS & CO, Formerly Hays, Curry A llolw-n, Notions & Fancy Goods l!(T MAIN Sl'UKET, f.oulivlllc, Ky. TERMS STRICTLY CASH...

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. — 13 June 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 174. The .City. Summer, hot; cnervat- iujf, dusty Summer ia upon us. For more than a mouth we havo not had rain t-uflieient to make the streets niuiMy.' The heat has been intense und t'uo citizens in thii immediate vicinity have been tantalized fre qttentiy with promises of copious showers. Even while we write, grout loadcli clouds are inassiDg in the west and south, but we are afraid they will pass around ns, and that their thunder will iu a littlo while "be calling out from other lauds." In this we hopo to be mistaken, altho' it will spoil tho bediming of this ar ticle. Despite the heut, tho dust. nud tho deep spirit of drowse tha.t is abroad, the city has been remarkably unimatcd during the past ten days. School examination?, concerts, straw berry supperH, lectures, and sermons by distinguished clergymen liaYe af forded much pleasurable excitement aud social enjoyment, which relieved tho everyday monotony of our city life. The n...

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. — 13 June 1874

I 1 Special asd Local. PERSONALS. Ki-corder Mar. who has I"-' '''It Tot ii mio time, l clit nga'.n, (nt l;k ijiille feeble. tjapt. W. C. Penn, cf CincinnHH. w fn I'.ic city this work. lie looking well and seemed to be In -.i eel less t spirit. . Jud.;e J. D. Porter, of larl, who is s-.andtdate for Governcr, and who ha ma ny wiiru supporters In W e-t Tennsssrrj was in tbo city during the prosrnt week. JIT A-"MDCrONTY ITEMS. hfKLWloi's Noticf.- lt Baptist Cburcli, l!.v. lr. llendrlckson. Pastor. Service 'next S ibbnth at 10:30 a.m. aud s p m. Mnrniiig--No services. Evening Subject -From Muah to Abraham. C'CTTlXti. We learn that n altercation occurred at Henderson Station, on Tturs- day of list week, between two young men, in which knives were freely used. On- sequences uot scrioas. snor. Several ui edits bl-o a puty of wbite men. while out huntlnir for one Tay lor Crook, negro, near Mifflin, who bad committed a nainelea outrage on a youDg white girl, shot a lr. Morris, a white man, wh...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 13 June 1874

OUR OWN. 11 1 hl known in the morning How vcarlly all the day The wonl nnkind wouM trouble my mlml Thnt 1 ''l whn went away, I had leB more careful, darling, Nor'gi'f Jon needless pain; Tlut wo tcx our own with took and tone Wc might never take bark again. For ihouRli in the quiet evening . Von niay give me the kiss of peace. Yet it well might be that neTer for me The pain or the heart bhouiu crane ; How many go forth at morning Who never earoe home at night! And h artt hae broken lor barsh worda f-poke n 'That aorrowean neersct right. Wc have careful thouglit for the strainer, And iiuilra for the aomellme piest; l'.nl olt lor our own We bitter tone, 'though we lovourown the best. Ah! lip with the enrve impatient, All! brow with the. shade of acorn, 'Twere a cruel fate were the night too lale To nndo the work of morn. FAS1IIOV NOTES. mo eh Professional Notices. MISCELLANEOUS. MioR-t'onstraction Whalebone aocrpaint, powder and wadding. The New York asks, 'Why are two-thirds of the ho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 20 June 1874

TAX SAIiE. Sttb or Thmscsske,! lSy virtuo of Hie Mmllaon CorjiilT--s.i.f power unci au thority vested in mo n Tax Collevtor of Madison County. I will, ou I lie first Hum day of July next -it beinir the llh liny ;f July, 1374 otter fr alc lao tallowing lo nertbed tract of I unit an J town Iota ami I'arti of town Iota, the same having tieen aatctacd for taxes Jor the year lSTit; watch taxes aro due and remain unpaid, toother with penalties and cost. J. M. McltEB, fitntc and County Tax CtilleeUir. dum-lSS I Nm. Tim word "tax," oceiirrinit nfh r thM worda alum, county, iwll, nul m-IiooI, Iiim been omitted lu tliU liat, excel in Ural column. I I lav 11 miller lielm'H F linker), 1 tj rr, value tJuu, aiute lax so, county 7u cla, m-liool tax aieta, penalty ami colt i Ti. Total (I IVC Hinkm lluller a heir i II F liiill'Ti. KJuaere, value t-M, atHte tax 1 , couHly I i,'hil tax it) rlM, eiialty und emit a hi. Total 5 mi. J I.' lltld.son, lilftniireM, lolul value .VI, alate tax wictrt, county l...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 20 June 1874

WHIG ANDJRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATUKDAY, JUKE 20, 1874. The Reason WHr.-Of late thcr liayo been many serious Inquests Lei J in the great cities of the East in or der to ascertain, why it ia thut real estate has declined in value 80 materi ally. It was only a few weeks since tbat the New York papers niiulo the announcement that this species of property had declined full thirty per cent.' Interviewers at once sallied forth iu order (o gather the aggregate opinion as to why the milk in the metropolitan coooa lint was drying up. C'.iifllin, Stewart and the rest of the merchant princes were talked and listened to on the subject. One attributed the decline to this cause, another to that, but all were unani mous ia the opinion that there was something wrong. Some of thein ap proximated the truth, but all of them sacmcd to bo blind to the obvious cause of all tho trouble. This ono thought tho general policy of the government in regard to the tariff wrong. Another saw in the exetap. tion of...

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. — 20 June 1874

Special asd local. PEKSONALfl. 'Kev. B. M. Karl, who Uas uisuy rm friend, in J.wkson, preached a very Inler eitln? sermon at the frcsbylerian Chun h on Sunday last. Mr. B. O. Wetterneld, of Cincinnati. in the city list week, on utiines far bi home. A more thoroughly elrvrr Rt nlle m m doe net live. Co!. J. S. Kerr,, of Memphis, paid ui a Vi.lt UiU week. II" l engaged in an old lasnioued -log ro lin" canvas lor gov ernor. " Mr. W. U. Itindiill, of Na'-hvllle, tiener al Ajent and Superintendent of the Weed Sewing Machine Co., I. in the rity, top. pins a toe suropsuire uuuw. M. H. Aucrnatby, of UarJih county spent several dayi in the city durin? the past week. He 1 a genial gentleman, a Ik highly esteemed by all who know liim Our genial and witty friend, Tom Uocker will start Monday for a vi.it 10 ms meun old Kentucky." Before returning he wilt pay hm respect to mane of the le.tdinjr auromcr resorts 01 tue grca North-west. Bon voyage Tom. i,.. H.nrtiim wil enlivened by lliote reoresent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 20 June 1874

A OX THE K1IINK. Tjc fc'Jintin- of tbe mckle Munj; Upon the water's retles flow, 1 bright tonight n when we .-un, Wo tlirce, tiie loving and the youn;;, The licMiTof tin: lon'-ayo. The ruin on the ciMlcd lielxlit, Kixtrg from out the looin below, 1 fpntr.il m the mystic lifclit, A 4 in the tale that nbaped that niht The iinlcr of I he long B Jt w hero nre tlj t-y wlioxc eajjcr eyes Gnu i.rf-Uler in the moonlight rIu i At nt iTi hance the maiden lie, Or enrols under other kie The liedcr or the long-ao. And he, the gentle youth, wbe prvscl Within bio own ber hand of mow, Soothed bcrwilh cong.orehrtrrd with jet, Slrcim he, nor lirarkens in lift rest The lieder of the lon:;-:ii;oi Alone beneath the glinting ray Tonight uion my eoure I K; Hut they, the lot or far away, Come hak and fcliut me with the lay The litder of the long-ao. AUOUT WOMISN. A lady ia now captain ol a hcIioo uer flying between JuckHon ville ati'l St. Augustine. Tito Peoria woman who wanted to throw hernelf into her ht...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 June 1874

' TAX HAJjE. Stm or Tknnmsckj Uy virtus of tbi Msiflnon Conntr ..( lower anil un Ihorlty "ViKteJ in me n Tax Collector of MatiUoD County, I will, on the tlr.-t Mon- tlijr of Iif nnxt It bcin the Oth day nf fuljr, 174 oflur for sale the lollowing de ccrtbcii trails cf Und itnil town lots and part of town Itits, llm s.-iuie having been assessal Tor txei lor the year 17:1; wuich taxes are dun and remain unpaid, together . Vf t 111 penalties amrr.o;ts. bale at the north door of the eourL house, in JackHon. Tenn. J. M. MeltfcK, ' State and County Tax Col Ice lor. - Junvl3 aw , I Nor. Tho word "lax," occurring' fl;r f word mule, counly, poll, aii'i w hool. ha been omitted lu tuu lut. vxtxpl In first cut n inn.) TIWT DISTRICT! KWltrat liutler's heir 'II K U.'iki'i).:ll)iu-rn, value t ut), state tax I , county I Ui, tax til) rU, Kjiial'y uuil cost L Total i h i. . J V lluilson, WUacri-s, total value itiU, "tale tux HO cis, couuly tax 70 nt, wliixil Iiul Jcl, penally ami ct i I t. Total I in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 June 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1874. Tub Bai-tist University. Ie tbrc llio next issue of the Whig anil Tribune, Hits loeaHon of (lie In jl it University wll Jiavc lii-cn made. T)ic icojletT Madison county will go before Uio locniin committee with Hlroiifj nrgiiniciila nm! with a liberal donation. ISut at this time wc deem il proper to present a few facts for the consideration of the lloinmissioiicin, wlio will visit our city on Tuesday next. In what wc ay, we believe that wc simply speak the Kcntimcnt of all AVcst TenncHttec, and in a measure the sentiment of the great and growing south-west, a people upon whom the success of the institution will mainly depend. In the first place Jackson is in the very heart of West Tennessee, the richest and most rapidly developing division of the State, with more railroads built and projected than all the balance of the State put together. With more wealth than either of the oth er divisions, and hence more ability to contribu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 June 1874

Special akd Local. PKKSONALS. Tin: Kov. t i. Buiton. I) 1., of Dyer rminty, ami Cut. 1. K. M:iwkln, of Hunt- 1n;nn, were In Hie city this k. V. W. Uatim. We arc k'--"' In mc tlie olil "Veteran" on hii Ut anin altera wcek'ii f-onhnemrnt with one of JnV most Iuinful arrtii!ttoitt. He infur-nx in it nil! be trn or more toft-re be cm. with any ilrirrwe of comfort, rc cttalili-b hi" "juarti-ri In the failille. Wo nolico that our fellow rili.-", A. (i lVndl-ton. n one or llie Vice lrt-l:U-nt ef Vie l'liartmiceiiliral A"Hialion of Tcn nn. n.l lli.-iL he lii Iximi aiiiwiinUil n d utc In the. Twenty Svml Annual Mrctiiii ot the Ami'ilran I'hsrinietiitiral .Wo. billon, wlili Ii meets In l.nnivllr Ky., on llir "lh of SciU-iiiImt. Il".l.u;i't' N'lTirK.- lt I'.apti.t Chun h I.'i-ii. IH- Hrndrickwn. l'a.lor. Service- next Salitmth at 10:30 a.m. ami N m. Morning S H'j t Worhii of )!. Kvrulns -The Tent anil the A liar. Mr. Wi'li-i Small lai.l a colinu bloom on nor 1.1,1.. Wpdnc'illt tll.lt Wat I'lll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 June 1874

THE TWO LOVER. Two lovers by a mom growa "print; : They leaned soft cheeks together there, Mtnglcd the dark and nunny hair, And beard tho wooing thruthc nng. O budding time ! O lovt'i blest prlmi Two wediled from the portal trpt: The belli made happy caroling, The air w.it noft a fanning whiks White pet.nli on the pathway alipl. U pure eyel brfdi ! O tender pride! Two fiu:e o'er a cradle bent: Two hand above the head were lin ked; Tuce prerd each other while they rtk ed, Those wad hod a life tht love had sent. O solemn hour! O bidden power! Two parents by the evening lire: The red light fell about their knees Ou head that roc by Mow degrees Like buds upon the lily rptre. O patUnt life! O tender trif ! The two ktill .it together there, The red light tbonc about tneir kneo-; Hut all the beatla by alow degrees Had gone and It ft that lonely pair. O voyage taht 1 O vanished past! The red light obone upon the Boor Aud made the rpaue between them wide; They drew their rhaira up aide by ai...

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

Louisville Advertisements. AM I. r. UN AD. J1U SAY BE. Metropolitan Foundry AND IRON WORKS, S1TEAD & SAYRE, Wth Street Bet. GraijMn tfj Walnut SI'. Within one-half ainiiroof West-Walnut .street Ilallroad. Louisvirxn, Ky. vrriil.ll - rcl,,tce,tural Iron Works, rhjmi.ry ( Iron Kronta Kalconic, 'ornices, SkyimhlH, Tut. ordinary Winilow t'apa. Air tiraica, Kcv Itoxca, Service Boxea, Verandahs, Itailintffl, Sash Weight, i atcrn Valves, Wrought (.niiiii-, Jobbing Work, laud Cooler, Lampl-oata, M'rmtorc, Garden chair and Settees. HlAK'lrorS. 1. Knrml'il lr-Prol HIuk- martfr-tlm. IC'l(irC Moullia, ; HKSKT riNCK. IIKNHT DUMaltAKK. XAVIKIt f,rilIH-I.IK JNO. i,TltJAS. C.HENRY FINCK& Co. IMPORTERS 8nl IIEAIEBS IN Wines and Liquors, rieep coaatantly on han-i a Stqierior Article of Old Bourbon Whisky. No. 97 West Market Street , M13-12m. LOUISVILLE, KY. 25. T. COLLI i;iC with H. R. HAYS & CO, Formerly llajn, Curry & ISoIkii, Notions & Fancy Goods t. . . jtii main'otuek i iaOii...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 4 July 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1871. Congress. Tho forty-third Con gress, whose adjournment wj uii noiinced last week, will go down to history willi a double burden of commission ami emission. It nins of commission are, that ito legisla tion was jiarti.an and sectional. Con fined to I he erection iu favored lo calities of public buildingn, that tho public good but little required lo tho fluttering of Eaaterii monopolies, iilreadj too lowcrfnl to tho build ing up iu favored Slates, of iuatitu lious purely local to tho encour agement of railroad riuga and other great combinations whose inspirations and aim is plunder. From its works tho impartial reader would very naturally conclude, that there win no Slate belonging to tho American Union, south of the Ohio river. Its investigations into tho crimes and robberies perpetrated by the partisans of tho party in power, were sol emn mockeries of justice. Sins as glaring as a midsummer un were fres coed with its ever ready...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 4 July 1874

I X s X N7 Special akd local. PIIUONAI ,itjr,j-ruoiiii 4.jei -J- Ann-"( U the city this: week. Ho wa-Jooklna; well ,iad pry;ie- vljfou nvM lor L'on- Vc afc louxl to hiule llbat .(-I. U " HUlcklln. a young gentleman or.w .iply, Mis., his prmiani;utly wttled la our city, with the Intention of pructlMlng law. Mr, Htrtcklln coiui well indorsed as a man of I '-' T ou ability, aud V" predict for liynih position at the bar. Tonich w eYtoud cordially the hand of welcome. lilTI AD COUNTY ITK-tlS. We learn tliatJun excursion part) iroui tMcmphi, will attend the re.it ttu Of duly picnic today. . A "e rain fell at Spring Creek, iu tbla 'Tbunty, on Tueaday. Thia portion of the county ban not tuS'ewl t-rlouly for lain this Hummer. Lite alothiatar Mfrr, Hotn-wet.t ioi ,r of I-afayette. and Liberty street VV. OATKS. Jr. . L'ae aus1 Lisri ett, for man or lni, internally and externally. IiriiggUI In lackaon sell it. upril l-ln Everything liclonijinir to Iho Dru? trade .1 XKKLY I'VBAS'. K. ALEXANDEK, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 4 July 1874

"TOO LOW, AJCD YET TOO HIH!" BY TAUL II. WAYNE. I. He came in velvet and in gold; lie wooed her with a carclca gra.ee; A conlldc niM! too rasbly h 1 ltreatljo in UU l:tngu:ig; and Ui f-iec. While she a simple maiil replied: "So more of love twixt thro and mi-! These tricks of passion 1 deride-, Nor !rut thy boni-trd verity, Thy suit, with artful niil and mkIi, UMn, rckign: No mule am I for tlieo r thine. ' Being top low, ami j et too high!" -i II. liii.piritehane; hin bea.ttrew warm With genuine pa .'Ion; morn by morn More perfect .ined the virgin charm Tout crowned her 'mid the ripening eorn, An. I now he wooed with frrvent mien. With conl intense, anil word of lire, But reverence fraught, an If a queen Were hearkening to his heart' ile,irc. She brightly blushed, ulie Keiitly nighed, Vet (.till the villa;;0 maid replied (Though in sad accent wearily ): "Thy suit resign, Kcaign, resign! Iiird Hugh, I never can be lliir.c: Too low am I, and yet too d'hIi!" IJK.MJUI. KI'MMARV. -Dry- M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 11 July 1874

i ini ..i i . v . .. - - - ' 111 ni. I i in . m, ,,, , - - - 1 '-v ' . " '"T - .. iNV": ri" r MV'O !WHIG AND TRIBUNE. 1 j i vr ' I virv i : . I 'v -BBS'- V THIRTY-SECOND YEAR. JACKSON, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, JULY v '.. QFFlCE U D.s'M. WISDOM & CO. k x . fKM 1 .... .jr. , r3m-4r) . THE WHIG .'JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT Having beou thoroughly retitted with NEW TYPES & I HOW LARGEST AND 1 in rriiiz We are uo jirrparud 1 tlo nil Latest Styles, at AU AT IIIL MIGHT tST AOTICL. NVe employ FIRST-CLASS Who devote their entire time nud WE AKE AlaSO rUEPAKfcD TO PRINT PAMPHLETS, BBEEFS, OATALOGHS, -AND MONTHLY PERIODICALS, and solicit work ol this description fioiu To our friends at a distance we say, send in your orders, and they will be filled in a perfectly satisfactory manner, and forwarded at once. WUpCl Uiau UJ NliCiC UNIU UlC VH.J . I .Ml. li. U. & TRIBUNE NEW PRESSES, ) of til. BEST APPOINTED trrrri'Z. kinds of JOB ritlSTINO in the the Lowest Rates, none but WORKMEN, attentio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 11 July 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1871. District Meetinos. In anoth er column wejiublibli a call upon the icojila of Madison county to meet in their respective districts on Jjatordny the ISth, in order to se cure a proper representation in tbo county convention to be held in this c'.ly on the 27th. The temper of this call is admirable, and wo hope that the meetings in the diflerent districts will bo conducted In accor dance with it. It is manifest that the general public hag learned the fact that it is absolutely necessary that it shall lake an active part in the selection of the men who arc to bo the depositories of its power. Tho merchant, the mechanic, tho . 1 - f . i.uiiiur, uie proicssionai man can not, without ultimate damage to himself, neglect his highest duties us a citizen. IIo may Bay, when . asked to attend nominating conven tions "I have nothing to do with politics" but this will, not save h.iij from tho ill cflecUof bad polit nl management and oppress...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 11 July 1874

Special asu local. PEIlSONAI4. Col. Tom. JI'x-k.T lia. wturned after a vill to his frlendulu K-n-Ucky. I. J. MeUetlrlclc ha rd.uriil to this city jiikI will make Jackon lila permanent home. We are glad t announce Ihl fart, for Mr. i. la a worthy and useful citizen. Mr. Mcintosh, ofOkalona, MlsH.,liax taken the (tore house rmerly occupied hy Mr. McUcttrlck, an will open a larne dry goods i sUiblhthmcn In the full. Mr. M, 1 a gen tleman of high social HtandlnKi d will prove a valuable citizen. CITY JtlDCOSNTV ITK.T18. Live 4'IoIIiiuk Store, South-wel cor ner of Lafayette and Liberty alreetx W. V. UATKS. Jr. . CO. Cue aiii x's Lisimkxt, for man or beast, Internally and externally. DniKglsU in lacknon Hell it. aprll ls-:;m hvcrytuing belonging to the Iru; trade at XEKLY A FY HAS". W. F. ALLXANDEtt, corner Main anil Market Streets, Jackson, Tenn., makes a Mjiceialty of Custom-m ule HfXJTS, SHOL.S, and UAITKKS, and I ready to till all orders in this line. juuiU-tf r'KKxcu Cottg Fountain. ...

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