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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 24 October 1874

Shropshire House, f Formerly Htoddert House,; Corner Baltimore iTdcliSon, Term HAVING LEADED THE ABOVE ilOirSE, and hud It tliorouauly renovutwl n.l re ntier thro noul : I am how prepared to furnish my old fri. mis arid tbe public sen. TiMMamtrlMe room., and as-.! fare as '" r hotel In tho J&Tn Too hou Is situated In the canter ollhe business porllou of the -. ty, and is t! Ji?r the m'iln.t.l flopping place for the commercla tourist- r ,u r'11"" U,e tral ln i uhMo wl I tx- furt.lsh. d w"i splendid room. tr. wb cl. tj dl.p lay th. lr in- p7" - .- mii rndT to lend themselves bouse, and inaietueir suiy pieusuuu " - ( oct!7-3m I". in AVwt Bide of Liberty St., lie t. Mala & Lafayette, RETAIL DEALER AND JOBIJER IX Stationery, Musical Instruments, Strings and Music, Toys, Notions, Fancy Candies, Toilet Articles and Glass Ware. f" THE LADIES aro especially invited lo call and examine my stock September 26, 1874-3m JACKSON CLOTHING HOUSE The Finest Assortment in the Cityl PRICES UNRI...

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. — 24 October 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Term. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1874. FOB OOVEBXOR, J,V3IE8 X. I'OItTTXill, OFnssiiy'couirrY. FOB CONGRESS, , 1. C. VTICIIVH, OF IIENBtJcoCJTTY. "fob senator, II. 31. POLK, OF IIABDKXAX. FOB KfvOATEIl, - UOII'T If. IIUItT, OF MADISON. FOB REFBKSENTATIVE, . J . KICK, !! I A Hard "Winter. While tho .lingering warmth of summer yet enables the dwellers in this latitude, to forget that the sun has already traveled far on his backward joun ney to Capricorn, tho New York press is wrestling with tho problem which the winter ever presents to the peoplo of the great cities of the cast. Tho Ledger says : "It is going to bo a hard winter, a season of nnusnal suffering for tho poor. "We cannot recall a time when so many people were out of employ. With increase of idleness thoro is increase of crime. Peoplo will do welt to guard their houses with extraordinary precautions. Bobberies and theft will be tho or der of tho day prisons and work houses will bo filled, while there ...

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. — 24 October 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. Hew AdTcrUamBl. The MuhoiiIo Relief Association, of Nor folk. Va., suggest remedy to those who are troubled by the trlngency of the times. Thoe. Luke has opened an Oyster and Fish Depot on Mala street, nearly opposite the Whiff and Tribune office. He proposes to keep Celery, Game Fish, direct from the seas and lakes. Oysters or the nnest quamy, nt ail kinds of same. Try Mm. Don AIcKlnlay, one of oar most popular caterers baa removed to his old stand on Lafayette .1 re-i-L. where, he Is prepared to serve nia fri.ti.ls and customers, and to provide them with whatever U best to be had at bar or ta ble. Ho believes In quiet, nonius uu nd sDares no pains tosecare them in the management of his house. K. L. Bailee, published, a law caru, auu k. found at his old place of business, in t- n-. hirwk. Mrs. Hocker, a resident of Jackson for several years past, has re moved to Louisville, where she has opened Millinery establishment at 6ud West Wal nut street. Mrs . II. Is an ad...

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. — 24 October 1874

the rrciisiA. Within the mountain lodge we nut At night and watched the slanted anow Blown headlong over hill and moor, And heard, from dell and tarn below, The loosencJ torrmu thundering (.low, 'Twaa nich a niat as drovrni the btars, And blots tbe moun from out the sky ; We could not see our favorite Urch, Yet heard it rave iurasanlly, Ah the white whirlwind drifted by. Sad thoubU were near ; we might no Their stern intrusion from the door; Till you rose meekly, lamp In bund, And, from an Inner chamber, bore A book renowned by ea and shore. ljHr And, a you flung it open.lo ! . Between the pictured lealla. ty Embalmed by processes of Time " A gift of mine, a fuchsia spray, X gathered one v,:nl bolidny. Then, suddenly the chamber changed, And we forgot the Know and wind ; Once more we poised a gardru path, With even feet and eveu mind That red sprsy in your h'lrconiinJ. The c:tu trembled by the porch, Thoahndaw round the dial moved; I knew thi-t, thou-Ii I marked tbrm cot, For I had ...

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. — 31 October 1874

Shropshire (Formerly Rtodtlcrt House,; j Corner Baltimore and Market Streets, u AVISO 1 1 lined t'"'"h""t;) .", '"u" .! r.s.ms, and -rlir. w.Uii c Vh' .fiuat...! in the center (imm, " - house, and ni Uieir ly pu-asanu octlT-3m IH4,)MLI1. J (. . r.!uft i,r I I 111 SU",lC:iK.Ui MoCKKU formerly of l-'i'jVllV tVavHlmc'WmnrS; I VoT.ileVw'ho.r,. VlTTJXJ West SIdo f Liberty St., Ilct. Stala & Lafayette, RETAIL DEALEK AND JOEUEIt IN Stationery, Musical 'Instruments, Strings and Music, Toys, Notions, Fancy Candies, Toilet Articles and Glass Ware. 3" THE LADIES are tM-ixjciully invited to coll and examine my slock September 2G, 187t-3m JACKSON CLOTHING HOUSE; The Finest Assortment in the City I PRICES UNRIVALED ! ! STElM 11 1 Perkins lllock, Market St., 2 doors from Lafayette, St., JACKSON, TENN. DEALERS IN av mm a aa nil l . t KtAUY-lvlAUL ULU 1 nllMb Of every description for Men and Boys. Also, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, etc. Ueo. tt ly JOHNSON, RISK &...

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. — 31 October 1874

WHIG, AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1671. "democratic" ticket? rOBGOVEBXOK, JAMKS . POUTKH. or HEXiiYcor-vTy. lll CONCHESU, J . 1). O. A.TIirS,S, OK HEXBYlcorSTT. 'rOB BENATOR, rJi. iojL.tc. IIP HAKEEM AX. FOB FLOATER, ' XtOII'T U. IIUKT, oy uaoiso.v. 1(B UETnEKETrATIVK, . J. RICE. Eltction ou Tncmlay, 3J of Novem ber. Interest and Duty. It U pass ing strange that any man, white or black, native or foreign born, living in the city of Jackson, should vote tlio Radical ticket, or iu tho sliglit it degree contribute to keca alive the loathsome anaconda which holds iu its deadly folds tho great States lyinj south of us. Jackson is to a great extent & railroad city, and moro than any othei in all Tennes . seels directly interested in the com plete- overthrow of tho order of things that now prevails at 'Wash ington. We lately eubsTibed $00, 000 for tho purpo.o of building nia eliino shops for tho N. O., St. L. & C. R. R- Wc havo here already the hhops of the JI...

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. — 31 October 1874

WIEGAND TRIBUNE. Too Lats: aji Ckowded Oct. Tribute of Expect from rinsonre cciv.d too lute for publication; notice, of .drert laments .ad other matter designed for thin iae Lore been crowded nut-will PIer r next. Rj0"ior..-Elder W. E. Hall will preach in the Christian Church in tbl City Oil OUUU; ... tri nsuul honr. will also preach at IlarriaWs at d afternoon, nnd i?lia 1,1 t ClUCik I u Jucfcsou ut uiyrlit. Mr. A. H. -lone., who liven near I . f.ri.lii I t :t - ; i, a rouuiv. " v. , ... - . - , , night last went out wium canght eiSbt grow., pouui. The party had only ouo dog. a pretty good poBSiim hunt. A Challenge Iebate Will Ulce vle at MftJlsou IIal1 ""r" luerly Cerro Oordo,) in thia county. v'n.nMler Gtti. ut 7:w0 r. M between ft.-.!. I. B. I.obinson and HagU C. AndeisoD, Usq. P""7 m" vited to attend. A IjEtteb"Box . For The a-'oommo-dationof our friend, who havo coin- .ml notice intended fur $50,000. -At tl the Central I resolution wa pledging tl t-n rJVl f.ir ? Greek prof Wes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 31 October 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. MISCELLANEOUS. (iootl night! I have to tnj good nlfjlit To such a best of peerless thingsl (jood night unto that fragile band All queenly with iU weight of rln;;-, Good nlUt to fond uplifted eye. Good nigbt to cbexnut braids of bair, Good nigbt unto the perfect moutb. And nil the sweetness nettled there The snowy band detains me, then I'll bave to say Goodnight again! But there will come time, my love, When, if I read our stars aright, I shall not linger by this porch With my adieus. Till then, (food nlgbl! You wish the time were now? And I. You do not blush to wish It so? You would have blushed yourself to death To own so much a year ago What, both these snowy bund! ah, then I' ave to sar Good nigbt again! It is a pitiful Might to bco tbo houso-fly get out of bod theso mornings and hang around the cook stovo to warm bis heels. A nowspapor is tbo only instru ment which tan drop the same thought into a thousand minds at the same moment. llow to put money in your pur...

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. — 14 November 1874

Shropshire House, ('Formerly Ntollert IJonse,; Corner Jlaltimorc and Market Streets JacKs on , "3701303 - ri AVINU LF.A8KDTIIK AP.OVE Hol.'HK ntled thmuKhout, I hi.. now prep,., reu "( erullv, Willi thei.lcomroru...ie The lions- t- wtuausl in U.e center i w,,r. U.. moai irsUrt.l su.pplna pi for bouw, and maf'thelr laT pU;aiUU ocll7-;iiu wJia West Side of Liberty St., JACKSOIT, IrHVBlllir PUI'l'U "77. . . " . u,i,l K. C RETAIL DEALER AND JOBBER IN Stationery, Musical Instruments, Strings and Music, Toys, Notions, Fancy Candies, Toilet Articles and Glass Ware. CaT THE LADIES are crucially invited (o rail and examine my 8tock September 26, 1874-3m ' jaOICTTOWng house The Finest Assortment. iiu the Cityl PRICES UHBIVALEB! $wmm & out? I'erkins ISIock, Mnrke! St., doors from Lafayette, St., ' JACKSON, TENN. DEALERS IN READY-MADE CLOTHING Of every description for Mon and Boys. Also, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, etc. Wto sell for CASH strl.-tWand hence oile...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 14 November 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, NO VE5IBER 11, 1874, Wb have made arrangements which wilt enable us to give the readers of the Winu and Tribune all the lafet dispatched. J.at week we vera enabled to give lh latest ejection news in advance of the .Mcmiihia papers. The dispatches of Thursday night will hereafter be published by u on Friday at noon. The American people have always been jealous of the honor of their country and their flog, and no Presi dent has ever failed to maintain this honor, except the present incumbent of that hijjb, office. In proof of this we propose to revive the memory of u somewhat notable event. Some time in January, 18G9, the American Ship Col. Lloyd Aspinall. of New York, on her way from Port an-Princc tollavaiina, found herself five miles off the coast of Cuba. She sighted the Spanish man-of-war Uerman Car tel showed her colors, and proceed ed on her way. Suddenly the Span ish vessel threw a shot across her bows and brought her to. An armed for...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 14 November 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE . Among the given name in lomo of oar Cbaucery pleading, occur Moan ing and Happy Susan. It ia apprehended that souks of the aidewalka of Jackson will be consumed for firewood thia winter. The theater fiend-has made his P pearance in Jackson, greatly to the an noyance of our play-going menu. " We have had no amusement of any Vm.l at the ODcra House since lnes day night, and in consequence thereof the yoxing people are nnuaptiy. ( iir market ii well supplied with llsb, and oysters and all kinds of fresh meats, and thev t an be had ; at very leaaonable rate. The few Radicals that are reiiiJen here, aoemto have "accepted the sit ..j. twin " uintA th eWtions of last wetl, with great good humor. Dr. Jno. Chester, Dr. Roberts, May or Arrington, and several other geu iian.on will make a raid upon the deer and bears of the Mississippi bot torn, in a few days. No dry goods kept by J. A. Colli us, hnt nearly everything else at low juices to suit the times. uov7-2 D. Ii. McKee...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 14 November 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE A HF.AlTirjl. EXTRACT. Gems like the following are not of ten found floating about over tho wastes nf literature, and tbey come to ns liko showers in tho deflert sweet anl refreshing: -'Old in our sterner mnniiood, wben norsj Of earlier sunshine glirnmpr on our way Wben girt with ln and sorrow, and t!i toil Of care j, which tear the loom that tbey toll; Ob) if ttarre lie in retrospection's chain One link that knit u with joung dreams nsin. One thought o sweet wc ararecly dare to niuxe On all the boarded raptures it reviews. Wnlcb seems earb Imd.int, Ih it back war J runge, The heart to soften, and itstic toclianse, And eveiy snrlni; untouched foryesrs to rojvo, It Is the memory of a mother's love!" MISCELLANEOUS. Keep your room frcuh. A ealt room ia unhealthy. A woman magazinist is panting for tho revival ol pnutalcte. Husbands will soon bo bamboo zled for bamboo-drees money. Tho 'Rin' for woman to have a finger in The wedding ring. The neweHt handkerchiefs are cut ...

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 November 1874

DRUGS! DRUGS!! PEWDLETOW & KEITH, Manufacturing Chemists DETAIL DEALERS AND JOBBERS IN" PRIGS, PATE.VT MEIItl.r, OILS, DtE-STUI'S, IJRASUIES, SCOTCU ALC, And all other goodi h-lon, iug Our stot:k TOILET ADN Ttss.tsaslva and In rost variety, enihrnrlne naarly all kln.U of rf.MlHi.KJ. Pl MAKi tum O " " C)1 1-LKX I.).N TINT-Saml fA K HOWl.Elt, bib ln.jv.r.1 anrt Domilfo alsiViarawortmeninf COMBS. loth. Tooth, II Mr n lth HU IvwSlBC la tba Toilet ami Kanc Goods line usually found lu. Drug aiorea. W kMP also large stock nf fr 2 j&l. x OJST E5J3F1. "ST s ws ara prepared to offer at very low prices. Wadsal largely In PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES. Ara alwa war nrporl to supply tho trad. with the very la-st hrnn.W of V, II I r r. LK A .1) 7ul7f!l TnVkKI) OI L lu nny oimi.tily. .it pri. - v.rvl.w little from lhn. of tl. aeluVara liav "also a lar stock ot-OLUK-, VAItNIHH KH ami Tl Rl'fcN 1 1 N L; Va?ntah"aui "whitewash Urust.es; allot which will be -old at U..J lowest posailile and 11. m...

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 November 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. JACKSON, Tenn. KATUllDAY, NOVEMUEK 28., 171 It Is understood at Waahineton tliut brcrctary Briatow, in Lis fortli oiuiing n-jtort to CongrcnK, will to common J that the cotton claim- now pcit'litiir before tho Treasury Dcpurt mcnt,, bo f rniisffircl to llio Cfinrt Oluim-.. This rerouinieiulation we I Link A very wine ono, miles tho Court of CUiau U altogether abolili ej. Ou this subject the St. Lon'.s Republican nays: "Tho amount f claims ponding is in round uuuihcrx lotirtctu luiilioud of dullaiB, which i-t for cotton seized subseMout to iu htructionn from tho Treasury Depart ment in 186.J, forbidding such seiz ure, and tho money now lira io the Treasury. The Division was organ ized by Win. E. Chandler, Asxiatant Secretary under McCulloch, and it is asserted that Chandler is about the only successful practitioner before the Division. The head of the Divis ion is a man named Koerr, who was formerly one of Piukerton's detectives and his chief assistant is Maj. FesHc...

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. — 28 November 1874

WHIG AND TRIBUNE l'KK.so.NAU Judge P. T. Scrubs of Memphis wan in the city Wed nesday. Mr. Miles HaioiuoD.l has been aWnttliM week at Curdy, called thither by the illness of his father. For the pant few days the weather ha been extremely pool. Overcoats aud good fires Lave beeu in demand. The Circus that wus to have given a Rei.Ioiocs. On Sunday morning Rev. K. L. Pailoii, l. !., conduct ed the services at lUc. 1'ii-i.iivti-iiaii Church, in the ii-:ii; of I lie regu lar pastor. ,....! W. A. Lka A." C...-ThU lunmrc Kev. E. L. Hauiiltou of Mi.bunp-, , ..,,,.,.., ., ,inili Mr. J'uti Al-t.i i tLis cay wai aceidentallv "!n m Sunday last. We ar! "lad to l:o!i-, however, that the wound wi:. only a sligl.t one. ni. officiated it t lie Firt Methodist i Church. The u-uil crvi. c wire held fit all the Churches. We learn ihatKov K C Slater, I. !)., late of Memphis has been asi;ii ed to the pastoral charge of the MpilKwl'mt Church, corn r Church performance in thiscity Monday next, I nJ itc- str...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 28 November 1874

u Y1HGAND TRIBUNE IIOHACEODE 32, BOOK 1. lnnorrnrt, Everywhere Safe. Who's pure in heart, trom vice secure. Needs not the weapons of the Moor, Nor arrows dlpn'd In rolun jrore. In well Oll'd julvrr. What boot it If, on Sj rle.' nl, Or frozen C.uca.u be Und, Or treads where flows lliro' ditant land, !Iydaie' river? For late while Id the Sabine wood Willi Nongs my l.lajjen I won'J I'nurmcd a wolf before uie tood lint fli-il in fright. Nut one ao tierce bath I).iiinU fed. Anions her oaks that widely re.d, .Nor Juba'a land hath lions bred Of Kreiiter,iiiiilit. O fUco mc where on arid plain. No tree tho burning beat restrain". Or where mtd fo Mipreiiu ly reign The empolaonod uir. Or place me In the Sun-Gad', way, With naught to shield me fro-n his ia), My smiling, prattling girl I'll pra! And love her there. Cincinnati Uazette. MISCELLANEOUS. Taria, it U reported, U to have a ItueeiaDinew paper,publi8bed under supervision o( tho Russian Embas- pador. Tho" prevalent superstition that to s...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 December 1874
Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 December 1874

IP t 1 J WHIG ANDTRIBDIIE. JACKSON, Tenn. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1874. - 1 1 " The St. Louis Republican says of ricli Douom lamia i inv ciraui. . .. I . I . .1 it U 4 I. . O 1 few months ao we siijgested Uio probability of an ultimate ilrift of the colored popnlnlioii from these fctatea where the contest between white and black lias been fought and decided in favor of the whites, 'into thoxc states where the colored supremacy appears to be to well establi: bed as to have caused an exodns of whites to othe r rerjioim We imlicated the bottom lands of tho Lower Mississippi ah the object and final resting place of ,is colored movement-a locality which tho whites are already depart ing and in which the black current is already depositing its sediment. A singular discussion ia Georgia gives f-harp significance to this view. There id a migratory agitation percejrtible among the colored people of that state; they are looking straight to the West, and tho railroads of Georgia, recognizing it,...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 December 1874

'A Mi Si WHIG AND TIUBUXE Iiuliaii mimmcr is n-fiiiii upuii u. A f-lixlitfall of nii-w last yiUir day. Fresh l5uoW wheat Flour at G. II. Ramsey & Go's. It it ruinoreil in Kailroad cmles that the pay train will arrive in Jack- uon shortly. On Tiicmliir next 11:19 v. M. . the lonK expected transit of Ventu 'kes place. Karded as tho oMest printer ia l'nitr.,1 States, died tit St. LouU on the'J.Oth of last month. The bus-inesshousn of Itobert-oui DottB lias recently been repainted. aul now pre-cntH a very hand.-omc np peorancc. "Kincr's Optra House," in huge gilt letters appears on the front of that building and adds to its appear- anec. , ..ii 'iviiinl Trustee, .1. M. J ' . . .i. it o lirkt ilistrihll - !""';' " I , Fu ,l i. now rea- IIOII lil tt- .JW.. ,! iVir dUbum-ineut. Mr. Cart- nicll'a office is at the store of Messrs Keith Sc. Viuccnt. FralllNfl FROLIC (Jol. I). M. Wisdom, Col. Henry W. McCorry, sitrwl.tert f!aruthers and E. L. Uul- Jock, Etq., started to the lake on Thursda...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 5 December 1874

J . 3 I t WHIG AND TRIBUNE MISCELLANEOUS. Gov, Garland" Arkansas ia native of Tipton toanty. Urn mother removed to Art" when the Governor w lg a UJ Io in a nephew ofCul. Clias. 11. ilili and Dr. Lafayette Hill, of Covington, Tcnn Tbo roport of Gen. S. II. Baker Commissioner of Tensions, shows the total of array and navy pension er,, to bo 26,211. These receive Sy 254,071 per annum. Of these icnmons 410 aro tho widows of soldiers daring ihe Revolutionary war, and 17,620 aro soldiers of the , ur of 1812. Memphis Ledger: Tho Memphis Cotton Exchange is one of the live liest and most flourishing institu tions in tho United States. The black' boards aro scanned daily by hundreds of people. Secretary Toof keeps them covered with fig ures that represent money, and fi nancially the Jixchango stands with over $2500 on tho credit side of tho Irdgcr. Tho Cotton Exchango i- something that tho city can take koiho prido in. A North street man went off, Saturday noon, lor a half day of fishing. Whe...

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