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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 29 August 1874

W. C. HUTCEEKSON & CO. JSear Mobile A: Onio Jiailroad Jtejot, JACKSON, TENN. LUMBER DEALERS, AND MANL'KACTf KEIU Of Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Moulding, Palings, Balus ters, Brackets, etc., etc. . . ,. f- i.... r .....it... -v.ji.iu I'onlar from tin tum tnt lorn-.. I'U.lVnc Haw !..i mli'nllwrk.l...M - l.M.n!. hind .our fLl-llllIm ar. so. li that we can ll ilvv in a cull before you buy JACKSON CLOTHING HOUSE The Finest Assortment in the City! PRICES UNRIVALED:! STEra ARTS 1'erkiiM Itluck, .Market St., doors from I.aiaycMe, JACKSON, TENN. DEA.LLTW IN READY-fMDE CLOTHING Of every description for Meu aud Boys. Also, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, etc. Wle for i: Vsll trl.-llv,i'i'l hence .iflcr hars-iois wlin Ii piiritiiiscra will uppivriate.1" Sort in Hi rVrkinl llliM-.k 0:1 M irket mruul, acioii'l .1 Kir I'ruiu l.:tlavrte niM, J ocks..n. IMio. Ik ly & I'KWAltT ic UI.IVKlt. DRUGS! DRUGS!! HAYES & JONES, Market street, next floor to Klmj't opera l...

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. — 29 August 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. HATUliDAY, AUGUST 20, 171. run GOVKKNOIt, .1 AM KM I. lOlt'l i: OI-" IIKNBY CII1NTV. ru conokksk, Of I1ESBV COUNTT. .1. Tub Statu Convention. Else where wo publish a report of the proceedings of Ihc Convention held in N'u.hviUe on the 19Ui "mat. By reference to tlio platform adopted it will be Been that Ihc Democratic party of Tennessee fully appreciates I ho fact that there i an imperative tlnmand all over the State for the lowest possible rale of taxation that is consistent with the preserva tion r our good name abroad. At the same time it unmistakably evinces its sympathy with all those who toil, and indicates the chief sources of our distress when it re fers to the existing tariff, to our National banking system, and to legislation like that known as the Civil Rights- Bill. There may bo a dilTercnco of opinion in regard to the 5th resolution which favors the payment of the bond of Iho Gov ernment according to' the terms of the origiual contract.-...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 29 August 1874

Special and Local. ii:icsonais. Mr. K. A. Snco.l, our Cinmit Court Clerk fleet, is BiimmeriiiR at Clay l.rook apriiifrs iu this county. Mr. Hugh Dunlap, of Paris, wan in the city tlii week, proBecutin; o inuul, a succc8nful canvass iu the iii t?rest of Glunu A Son, of Cincinnati. Dr. Murslinll, of Trenton, a ditin Buinhed Presbyterian divine, died at Chattanooga on Snud.iy last, and was buried in Tronton on Mondiiy with Maaonic honors. Mr. XV. K. (iambic, of Ten lift I, Walker & Co., leading bojt and shoe dealers of 81. Ijouin, wan in the city this week, felling good inepitcof hard times. Attorney General tSkeflingtoii, of Dyersburg; Hon. Hp'l Hill, of Tren ton, and dpt. John It. 01 Brownsville, were in the city on Ban- day last. Mr. J. N. Strgall, representing Bam berger, Bloom A Co., of Louisville, waam the city this week. "Jap" ia a worthy representative of one of the best house in the entire Southwest. Mr. J. A. Craij;, formerly of Ira bcll & Oardner, but now of Kahn, St...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 29 August 1874

DANTK PHAINEH BEATRICE. Titu Coan in t,iiiiiientt'it.l My lu-ly tH-areth love within hrr eyrs, Kniiiililing evi ry one slic look a njion ; Tuwnl Itvr plnK turiwth every ona. Siifi sli .ikc.i his heart to wboin l r g!an e ic llii's; I- or ull his li-c-p nnwortlilninii lie Bilis. A nil miiTCil by lovrhUsiKlit he ca.-ti.th clown Anger ami pride twiore her arc unknown. Assist mc, dainea, her charm toeulnirize. All temlerne'i and every liumlile thought Siitinzin hi lienft whom her nr wonls eni-liuln, Anl lilesa him from liia mrlit-Ht ellit ol litY, What she when gently Diiiillnz dotb appear Can not be Uildj nor can tb mind contain The new and geutie miracle In her wrought. M ISCKLL.ANEOUS. Coiitmuuicatioim to tlio iroM nhuuM be short tlic nitiluro in Komo titHcn is enough. Ton do not need to black your ilooW in Fittsburg, says a traveler. You hang them ont ol the window ?it night, and" thy re blatk enough in the morn'og. , Another totlbhin FMadclphia obituary: Pill away Hie w eli-wnrn ru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 September 1874

W. C. HUTCHEKSON & CO., Hear Mobile Jb Onlo Jlatlroad Jiejtot, JACKSON, TENN. LUMBER DEALERS, AND JtANl't'ACTCRKIlS OF Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Moulding, Palings, Balus ters, Brackets, etc., etc. Give u a call before you buy. July l im. JACKSON CLOTHING HOUSE The Finest Assortment in the City! PRICES UNRIVALED !! STEWART & OLItlE Perkins mock, Itlarke, 81., : door from lafayette, St. JACKSON, TENN. DEALERS IN READY-MADE CLOTHING Of every description for Men ami Boys. Also, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, etc. Wle anil fur CASH strletlv.'.m I hence offer bsrgaim which purchaser will appreciate.; Sore in the Perki.n Block on M irket street, second door from Lalayette iri, Jackson. Dec. tt ly oTEWAUT & OL1VEU. DRUGS! DRUGS!! HAYES & JONES, i Market street, next door to Kitty's opera House, Dr. I j. 11. JONES has charge of MayUlm. J. L. DANIEL, Crockett Co., Teun. NucoeMors to WEST, DAXIEL fc WItlCJHT, COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS....

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 September 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1874. TOR OOVERJfOK, JAMES . POUTER, OK HEN'BY COUNTY. FOB COSOHESS, .J. 1). C. ATKINS, OK iiexbyJbocstt. FOB BENATOR, II. I. POLK, OF IIABDEMAN. fOB FLOATER, on'T i. nuiir, OF MADISON. FOB ItETREHENTATIVK, .J. J. KXCE, Gov. Brown's Address. Elsewhere wo publish an address of Gov. J. C Brown to the judicial and ministerial officers and to the people of Tennes. see, and also Lis proclamation offer ing a liberal reward for the arrest and conviction of the Trenton jail break ers. The spirit pervading these pa peri is admirable, but wo regret to saj that they will in the end amount to nothing. If the men who shot to death the four negroes taken from jail, see proper to walk into Trenton to-morrow and surrender thcnipclvrs to the judicial, ministerial and peace officers of Gibson county, with the re quest that they be tried and Lung as speedily as possible their requost ran not be complied with, even if Gov. Brown, in obedience 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. — 5 September 1874

Special asd local. ci:umonal.s. Cul. CkCiithaiu, of Jli3iiipi', tho city. Maj. W. .1. Bykea, the ruilrouil kiup, wuh in the city yesterday. A. D. Brigbt, E"q., of Brown.ville, wan In attendance upon tho Conren ti'vi on Tuesday lant. t., A TTorrionn. E7.. of St. LooiM !u .,;u;i;n friondtf and relatives in 4 f "-- P) ths city. I .Cupt. Mose I'ttrrish, of the liulivur Bulletin, waa in tho city on Tuesday last, in atteudauce on tho District Convention. The Kev. Dr. Ilendrickuyu, who for ttome time past has been confined to Lis room by illness, has iccavered sufficiently to tesame his pastoral da ties. Mr. J. W. Watson, one of our most popular merchant tailors, Lai gone Kant, and will in a short time briny on a large and carefully selected as sortment of staple and fancy goods. Copt Jas. W. Irwin, of Savannah, Teun.. called on ns Thursday. He is one of the live citizens of old Ilsrdin, and we are always pleased to meet men of his stamp in our sanctum. W. P. Bobei tson, of the well known ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 September 1874

THE RAINBOW. Still vonn and finel but what In (till InA view W hffht a old ami ttoileil. thoutrh freth nnd new. How bright wcrt thuii. wlirn Sliem'n mlml. riOK eye Thy blirni-lir-.l, fluminii urea did fir-t i!cs- rry I When Terab, N tUor. Il.ir.in, A'iriim, Lot, TIip youthful world' i?ray f.ithcr.i in one knot Did with intentive oo'n watch every hour For the new liirht, unit trembled at e.-u-h hbower ! WlH'n thou ctoot shim4. dirkni;n look wliite oinl fair, Storm turn to mu-dc, cloud to miik and air ; Haiti gently t(ieiids hi bmcy.Uroi, und pours Hulm on the flfft c;irlti, roilk on gracs nnd flowers. ISritht pledge of peace and mn-liinc ! the sure tie Of thy Lord' hand, tbe object of bl eye ! When I behold thee, though my light be dim. Dintant and low, 1 can in tbinc tee ilim Who looks upon thee from Hi glorious throne, And mind the covtuaut 'twixt all and One. Uenry Vauxaan, 10-0. MISCELLANEOUS. Wm, B. Aator is over eighty, and old age is telling on him pretty rapidly. lie will lea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 September 1874

ni SA PtDLSTRIH. STATS .NEWS. W. C. HUTCHEKSON & CO., Hear Mobile & Onio JZaitroad Depot, JACKSON, TENN. LUMBER DEALERS, AND MAXlTFACTCKEUsJ OY Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Moulding, Palings, Balus ters. Brackets, etc.. etc. I.i.b U-iif Yellow 1'lneKruii.li.ir I.nnilr, Yciiow I'..p!ar from tl.n Oln.-ii bottoms. I'lal tun tsnwlma.ii.IH-:-r..l work .ion.-U order. Wrll Oirl.niit for 1-or.d well,, fc.pl on I.-.M I tmt facllitloaari, audi thai we can sell as cli.-au ' any oilier di alera in becliy. Cilv'c u a cull beli.re you buy. July IK in. JACKSON CLOTHING HOUSE The Finest Assortment in the City! PRICES UNRIVALED ! ! IVrkiua lllock, market St., "2 litrft from I.nrajelle, St., JACKSON, TENN. DEALERS IX READY-iMDE CLOTHING Of cvory description for Moil ami Boys. Alio, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Trunks, etc. Wm fur t:SII Htrli tU',;ai. h-TiiMi offer bargain! which piirrhani-ra will api.r.elme. SorK in the I'crona lili-cli mi Mirkct aired, a'''iii'l floor IV....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 September 1874

U'ilKi ANI) TIUBUNK. JACKSON, Tenn. HA 1 I IIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 171. KOH OOVEB.XOII, K BEXIiV COCXTY j. i. -vTicirsfs, Ol' 1IENBV COUNTY. Foil HKNATOK, 5 1. M. IOJL,IC. OF HAH1EMAV. FOB FI.OATEIl. ItOIi'T H. IIUKT, OF MADISON. Fllll IlEPItKSENTATIYK, t. .T. Ii I CIO. Tiib Louisiana Pi.atfobm. In an other column we publish the platfurrn ndojited by the Baton Roue conven tion. The Kellogg government 's de nonneed as nn usurpation, origiuatin; in and sustained by force and fraud. The Rmlir-ul party in tlie Ktato in charged with having inflamed the pas sioim and prejudices of "the negroes ax a race against tho whites, and has thereby made it necessary for the white eople to unite and act together in self defence for tho preservation of white civilisation." Tho rights of all men under the constitution are re cognized and declared inviolate, irre ppoctive of raco, color or previous condition, but It is emphatically de nied that Cougrms can constitution ally enact law to force the two race...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 September 1874

M'fctm and Local. PEUSONALS. .1: C. Watson, the Merchant tailor has returned from the East. We are indebted to our friend N. P. Anderson for late copies of New York papers. Mr. Q. C. Street, of the Marine Flouring MUU, Padncab, Ky., was in the city on Wednesday last. Judge Milton Brown, who ban been in Now Orleans and Mobile for the past ton days, has returned to the city. Cupt. Jas. Bright, whose b'.ft arm was broken some time since, in out again, but still carries his arm in a sling. ' F. M. Vandeu & Uru. of Virginia bare purchased the stock and business of S. W. Jordan & Co., wholesale and retail liquor dealers in this city. E. 8. Mallory, E?q., has returned home after an absence of several weeks in Virginia, and eeeins lo be in fine health. Jno. S. Wisdom, Esq., passed thro' the city on Tuesday, on bis way to McNairy, after a protracted absence in the Eastern cities. J. Samuels, the tobacconit, left for Europe'on Tuesday last, and will be absent three months. He goes fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 12 September 1874

v4 A. i I 1 mamiannn SWEET DEATH. BY OlTIIISTlNA ROPltTTI. The sweetest blotsoms die. Ami o it wu tbt, goini; day lijr di'y Unlo tUe church to iraUc mid pray. And crosslne the green rlmrebyanl tlnmhl fully, I s;iw Low on th Kravc the flower Slied tbeir fre-li leaves in fliowcr-. And lmw llu-lr crftiiiie rote up to te M.y Before it prm-Kl away. The yonn'Hft lilo5om Vf. TUi ? and f ill, mul nuiiri-li I in- i irli c-irth, Fiui:i whpnro thf-y lut'-ly li;il I hi ir r ; Swctl life.bul swfi t r ilea! U that a-iii l.y Ami is a though It liml niit U't n: All color turn to (rem; Tin hri-'lit linen v:inisli, anil Hie miiirs lly, Till.' lrasn hath lasting worth. And youth and beauty die. So he it, O. roy liml, thou iol ( tunfi Better than beauty, and than youth Are saint and anjrrl.-, a t;!ad rompany ; And thou, (), Lord, our It-xt ami Ea-c, Are littler far than thee. Why fhould w shrink Iroin our full bur vest? Why l'rcfcr to gluan with Kuli? M ISCELL.VN KO US. Tho constancy of the wise is on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 September 1874

W. C. HUTCHERSON & CO., Near Mobile & Onto Hail road Depot, JACKSON, TENN. LUMBER DEALERS, AN1 MANUFACTURERS OF Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, LToulding, Palings, Balus ters, Brackets, etc., etc. In Leaf Yellow Pine FitaKJ enow , ; -""7 " "" hi d. Our faciUtlea are audi that we can seU Winn a till rviroii worn uiu wj uruw. - ,i ( i .i , JACKSON CLOTHING HOUSE The Finest Assortment in the City I PRICES UNRIVALED!! I'crklu Block, Market St., door from Lafayette, St., JACKSON, TENN. DEALERS IN READY-MADE CLOTHING 4 Of every description for Men and Boy. Also, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Trunks, etc. Wte Mil for CAII atrlctlv,and heiir offer bargains which purchasers will appreciate. Horn In the Perkins llloek on M.irket atreet, second d.ior from Lafavette str.-et. Jackson. Io. ft ly bTEWAKT A OUVIK. DRUGS! DRUGS!! HAYES & JONES, Market street, next door to King's opera House, JACKSON, TJSWIff. Dr. L. IJ. JONKS has charge of i MayZH-Sin. , J. L. DANIKL, Cru...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 September 1874

WHIG AND TK1B0NK. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1S71. FOR OOYEltNOK, .TiVIEH I). POKT1JK, OK HKNRT COUNTY. FOB CONGRESS, .T. 1. O. A.TIIIS, OK IlENBY COCSTY. FOR BENATOK, H. I. POLK, OF JIAttDESIAS. Toil FI.OATF.lt, uoirr js. nuiiT, OF MADISON. FOR HErBKSKNTATlVE, .T . J . KICK, to oi'nrniEXDN axo kkadeim. Modestly yet truthfully wc think wo can say that the Wmo and Tkibusk is a social necessity with the people of Jackeon and Madison County, and also with a large circle of readers in West Tennessee and in other portions of the country. We base this assertion upon its cir culation, and upon the strenuous and pains-taking efforts we have made, are making, and will contin ue tolkiake, to render it the recog nized organ of a healthy political and public sentiment in our portion of the State. We fully recognize the great fact that the secret of suc cess in any department of human employment is work, oonstaut, ex- atrtinji, unllHggiuK work, nl in pro portion to the judicious toil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 September 1874

Special akd local. .' PERSONALS, Messrs. W. P. Robertson and N. I. Anderson hare returned to the city, Hon. Horace M. Folk, of Hrrdemaii, iu in the city on Wednesday Wt.- Mr. B. II. Whitfield, the ageni lor Amerieau Standard School Seneo, called to ace ua oa Tuesday J"'- TwiaJ. Brooks. Eq., Ltt bcen conQnedto Li room by aickneui for acTeral days, but ia out again. Trof. J. 0. Fettna was in the city this week. Ho gaTO ua an ingciiitts solution of analgebraio eonvrvlrum. thnt baa puzzled ua for fame time. L.W.Lyona, Esq., who iatrav.il- iu in the interest ol me Americau Tribune, a paper recently establishes iu St. Louis, was in the city daring thd week. Ernest Warfield, a most exemplary cunff man. who was injured Uy railroad accident at Baldwin, Miss., recently, ia lying quite low at hia father's rosidonoc, near tnia city. r James G. Hcnning, of Stewart, Gwynne & Co., of Memphis, who also represent a Stewart, Bros, k Co., of New Orleana, two ol tne largest ana beat homsea iu the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 19 September 1874

VOIt lH OF THE DEAD. A few snow patches on the mountain bide. A few, white fosm flakes from the ebbing .tide, A few remembered words of malice spent, T'ue record of some dead man's ili intent They cannot hurt us, all their slinx U gone, Their hour of cold and bitterness is done ; Yet deepest snows and fiercest I whins seas IJ.1n not such cold er bitter thought as these. A ( soiled lilies dropped fry chiidUb lmnds, A f-w dried orange blooms from litut lands, A few remembered smiles tf some lost friend, Few words of love some dear dead finders junued. They are not boautiful lor lore to see, And Death's pslo prenwo seems in theni lo be ; Vet never living blooms, moat freh and Fill us with thought of love so sweet us they. M 1 SCELXAN EO US. Thoy fined man in Boston tbo other day just for singeing a cat to drive the witches away. Shame! No manners are so fino as, the mont awkward mtniiestations of good will toward men. Gen. John C. Urockenridgo still continues in very poor health, and h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 17 October 1874

W. C. HUTCHEKSON & CO., Near Mobile & Onlo Railroad Depot, JACKSON, TENN. LUMBER DEALERS, AND MANCFACTCREUS OF Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Moulding, Palings, Balus ters, Brackets, etc., etc. if Ydlow Pln Framlm Lumber, Yellow Poplar from the Obion bottom. Pl!wl27dllwL donSV. WrllCort.lna- for bored well, kept on i '""i1"?'..??.!..! ,i,t. e-n u aa cheap a. any other deaiersln the ritr. OIUUi WM t i.ini".v - Ulve iu a call before you buy. EH West Side of Liberty St., J-JCIKISOirsr, TE1T1TESSEB. RETAIL DEALER AND JOBBER IN Stationery, Musical Instruments,' Strings and Music, Toys, Notions, Fancy Candies, Toilet Articles and Glass Ware. fflT THE LADIES re especially invited lo call and examine my stock September 26, 1874-3m JACKSON CLOTHING HOUSE The Finest Assortment in the City! PRICES UNRIVALED ! ! Perkins Block, market St., J ioors from Lafayette, St., JACKSON, TENN. DEALERS IN READY-MADE CLOTHING Of every description for Men and Boys. Also, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Boots, Sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 17 October 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1874. FOB OOVKBKOR, JA5IES D. POltTEK , OK HENBY COUNTY. FOB CONGRESS, J. 1. c. A.Ticirvs, OF IIESBT COtTNTT. FOB SENATOR, ' II. M. POLK, OF HARDEMAN. FOB Ff-OATHK, UOH'T IB. IXTJltT, OF MADISON. FOB REPRESENT ATIVK, T. J. RICE. The Afbicakised States. "What is to become of the negro?" This question is now being awked by prom inent men in both sections, and some thing of a discussion has grown oat of it. Wo do not know what will be come of the blacks in the States south of us, but we think that we do know what will become of the whites in those States, unless there is some change for the better in their present condition. On Monday last there passed through this city from LaFay- ette connty, Miss., five white families who go to swell the power and resour ces of California. They were sub stantial and independent people, and we regret their loss to our portion of the country. In a conversation with one of these emigrants we learne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 17 October 1874

WHIG 'AND TRIBUNE. Jtaw A4vrtUiaB. Mr. I.ucaa Nance, lata of Tuscumma, Ala , who comes to uswitti the highest re commendations as a good citizen and a baslnest man of Integrity and enterprise, advertlea a large anl entirely new ajort mentof dry goods, boot, shoes, clothing, etc, etc Dr. Lswler' who l lavorably known to the people of Jackson and the adjoining country, hi taken a position In thenouiie. Read the card of Mr. Nance. and then go and examine hl stock. Ranger Tldwell advertlxe an "Kstrij" Dr. Jno. 8. Kenner, one of our most accom plished surgeons and physicians, nuMifcbes a professional card. Ksad the appoint ment made by the Democratic County Committee- J. B GulUday's lxty.elgtb mnnthlv draWlntf takes place at N-hvllle ..ii..;hln.t Public Eneaklng" I noticed elsewhere- Mike Cclien repre aenUtbe Memphis boue of B. Lw nHien A Co. Itead carefully the adverti.-eroen of E. D. Front, Oen. Manager N. O., bt. jtrhlcnifo railroad. W. B. Dblell Co.. Kaufman. Texas, are aafe anJ reli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 17 October 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. MISCELLANEOUS. A TRCE WOMA3S. In her, Though douUly-tlowei'J, mother dJ qiien, There lived a rod, perpetual maidenhood. An iuexpirleuced lrut, llmld, yelfrauk. Shy, Jtt through guilclonM forgetting hynrm. rihe seetu'd fljvver.lise creature conic to fruit; Bbe moved among her babe an elder i In ter; Then, wakened by an In'ant erj or lanth. Full motherhood returned. When o Maryland doctor spoils it 'accufottDB,' is it any wonder that a patient dies on hit hands? A cow died in Springfield, O., from eating too many apples, which gavo rise, to some trouble in cider No man can read about all these burglaries without a determination to have bis wifo sleep on tho out side of the bed. A tobacconist with commenda ble frankness advertises: 'I shall continue to keep on band imported cigars of my own manufacture.' The little boy tpeaka again this time correcting his mother. Sbe said he was 'all over dirt;' and be said dirt was 'all over him.' They that deny a God destroy a man'...

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