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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 25 November 1871

Recei ved and FAT IM! -A General Lino of Staple, Dress and Fancy Goods. .Custom-Hade Boots and Shoe3, .-.OBLA TS - 3c CLOTHING. Leather Tanned at his Tannery in this city, always on ale. . Highest Caali Price Paid for Hides. sn33-3m ' 1W A E.lhdeFson&co's ft. DEALERS IN HARDWARE., CDT1EHY, STOVES HID GRATES 5T : ' OP EVERY IEClllPTION. IKON, STEEET; NAILS, ETC., ' ' Also mnufeturer of snd wholesale and retail dealer In TIN, COPPEIt" AKiy' SIIEET-IUOX WAKE. Heating and Cooking 8TO VKS of the most Approved Styles , ., ALWAYS ON UAND. Also, Orates of Every Description. House Furnishing Goods in endless fariety, embracing a complete assortment of GLASS AND . QUEENS wABE, The attention of Mechanic! is specially directed to the large and carefully selected tack et -r-t ----,, .-.. ' ' '- ' - . ...- . A splendid sssortmeal it J J j Farmings Implements, of all kinds, and ef the very bent manufacturs. tV Hani "fare, Cutlery and Agricultural Department, North side Public Square. re Tin Ma...

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 November 1871

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W. HATES K4ltas-. I. M. WISDOM 1. ) 1 ACKSOX, SATURDAY, KOV. 25, M7I. TO urBSCRIBERS. T,ook out for the X mark. It will indicato that your subscription to the Whig and Tribune has ex pired; and it also means that we would be pleased to have you renew it. STATE NEWS. The Memphis Appeal want a cot ton factory at that place. The name of IToUton river hah been changed to that of Tcunc-ssee. ThoKiioxvillcaiHl Kentucky Rail road is henceforth to be known a I he "Knoxvilleand Ohio" Railroad. They '.'are about organizing a fire company at Chiittauooga since the 'treat lire two weeks ago. Mis Fannie. Jelks, daughter ol DivWin. Jelks. aged shout 18, died at Hell's Station, on the tith inst. Memphis lias voted a tax of $.00, 0U0 to the Memphis and Kaliegh nar row gauge railroad. A Mrs. Monroe, of Nashville, drew s watch and chain in the re cent Memphis swindle. MAurv county people are still nior " Ingr to Texas. ,They had better stay at home. Corn has been bought at Colum ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 25 November 1871

r Special and Local. ROBT. OATCS Local Editor. Spectacle, only $2 per pair. MOBILE AND OHIO ROAD. AKRTVB. MtPAIIT. hnnr trsls for Mo. Ml. 1147 a.. It 07 . . Iimitninmmi- Inmbna, Ky.. 11:08 p.m. Express train for Co lumbus 7:80 a.m. Pinmnr trsla far Co lumbus, Ky MO p.m. AM p.m. MISSIMTrPI CENTRAL ROAD. Fumcif Train for Humboldt. Lssve Jackson, Tenn., . ..... . .4:13 p.m Kxitrfw mil vor name oi at, lMTMjwktoa, Tenku, 7:10 i 1 hesa tralni so o farther than Hainboldt. . , . Penirer train for X. Orleans I.eave Jackson, Term- 11:43 a. m. E x i 'mm tral a rr New Orleans, Leavss Jsckson, Tenn 11:43 p.m ! Ue Blasting's JkMl. J iCKsrvtt Lonoa No. 4ft. J. J. O'Connor, W.M4 Jubn O. Mann. SeeMr- Meet stb Friday aaeh month. r. John's Lonoa. Nfc. 831 L. T. IJndssv. YT. Ma J. N. Hail, Sec'y. Meet lat Monday each month. 4'UllTOW R. A. CHArTM, Wo. . R. I. footer, a. P.; Js. O'Connor, JL; J. R. Chipped, 8. Meet Sd Friday each month. Jackson Coujccii.. No. 18. K.4S. Bev. A. W.Jonea.T. LG.M. J. 11. Cha...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 25 November 1871

.-WUOWIII., CAUE. r, - Who will care? When we lay beneath tbo daUics, Underneath the churchyard niouKl, And the long gray o'er our faces Lay Us fingers Jump and eold; W hen we sleep from care and sorrow, And the ilia efearly life Who will care r ' i - ' Who will cure? Who will come to weep above us, Lying, oh t so white and (till, Underneath the skies of summer, hen all nature's pulses thrill, To s new life, glad and tender. Kill 1 oi beauty, rich and swret, All the wot Id 1 clad in splendor, That the years shall e'er repeat. Who will care Who will care? Who will think of white bandit lying. On a still and silent breast, Never more to know of sighing, Ever more to know of rest ? Who will care ? No one can tell us, But it rest and peace befall, Will it matter if they miss us. Or If they miss us not at all : Not at all t Orient Pearls at Ranaom Strom. He is happy who knows God's will, and has a heart to.do it. Obscurity leaves a man free, but a lauious man is a slave to ins laiue. Eve...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 December 1871

. . ' ..'... . . DKALEBS DI HARDWARE, EMY, OP EVERY rEscaipnox. IKON; STEEL, NAILS, ETC., Also manufacturer of and wholesale ud retail dealer in TIN, COPPER AND SUEET-IBOK WAKE. JUating und Cooking STOVES of the wwat Approved Stylee .' ALWAT3 OX HA5D. Aho Grate of Every Description. House Furnishing Goods M audles, variety, ambracing a complete aMortmrat of .... GLASS :;'iAlJTr QTJEENSWARE, The attention o( Mechanic la specially directed to UM large and carefully selectee stock ot A spleadid assortment of Farming Implements, f all kind., and f the very beet aaantifactnre. kind., and ! the very beat caantiractnre. Hardware, Uutlory and Asrrlcuitural Department, North aide Tublic Square. Tin alaiiuftustorjr, Staves, Household Furnishing Ooods, etc., etc., at ray .Id ati . tlTTii a Main fctrer, opposite Presbyterian Chunk, Jackson, Jao H-ly hot mi Huceessor to Sutzel v5s Maw, HAS RBMOVBB TO HIS IJBW miiD, LIABKETS. Opposite Postoffice, And is In Daily Receipt of New Goods, making Ills ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 December 1871

YYltlli AINU TMtfUtfK' OT. W. OtTEII, OH CAHIKR m. wuoon JACKSON. SATURDAY, DUC. 9, 1871. T0 IIBICRIBEHS. Look out for the X mark. It will iudicate) that your subscription to the Whio and Tribunh has ex-plred-and it alo rueana that we would be pleased to have you renew it. STATU NEWS. Thanksrlvinr dar wm generally observed throughout the country. Dr. W. A. Cheatham, of Nashville, last week sold to a Connecticut firm, t he celebrated trotting stallion, Idol. The wife and child of Wm. Far ley, of White county, were burned to death on the 50th ult. Pork is selling at Huntingdon at $5 per hundred; and corn at $2-V2 (0 per barrel. There is a bill before the Icziala- tore to create anew county out of parts of Monroe, McMlnn and Polk counties. The enow we had hero last week was general throughout Middle Ten nessee, North Alabama and North Mississippi. The Giles Prei learns that the dwelling of David M. Gordon, of (riles county was destroyed by fire on the 23d of November. Thomas Hays, a la...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 December 1871

W. II. EADER. F. MELLERSII. 1 thegtetuodtbh , ,j Q h. I w.-f Special aiyd Local. tOUT. GATES, Local Editor. MOiUI.E AND OHIO ROAD. . . . ARRIVE. DISPART. I'sinx-ngur Irnin for Mo. t il.- lLJWa.lu, li". p.m. Kxprisw. train from Co in nil xm. Ky Hurt p.m. Kv press train for Co lumbus "m Pa-seniror trnln tor t o- luiubus, Ky S:!Wp.m. &M p.m. MI-sHIl-Mll"!'. CENTRAL ROAD. Pasienirer Train for Humboldt, lvavcs Jackson, Tenn., 4:S3 p.m Rlornai train for Humboldt, lnavis Jackson, Tcuq., 7:10 a.m 1 hfne train go na further than Humboldt. Pay-mater train lor N. Orleans Leave .li.cki.on, Term- 11:45 a. m. Ktprws train for New Orleans, Lcavs Jackson, Tenn ...11:45 p.m ale .llcsllngs )f Jm.ch.aoa. J irK Lonof No. 4.V .1. J. O'Connor, W. M ; Job n i. Mann, .., Mnli 4th Friday evli month. Sr. Joiim'h Loikib, Nc. 8:t2 L. T. Llndsey, Vf.M.; J. N. Hall, Sec'y. Meets 1st Monday each month. CUNTO P.. A. CHAPTER, No. 9. R. I. Chester, H. P.; Ian. tKConnor, KM- J. K. Chipped. S. Meet 3d Friday each ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 December 1871

a ?! oi.n in aid's otao(tv. BY 1.1BU1F. E. JoNEM. I'm f.Tling rather blue to-niht, My lump given out a fhle light , My heart In wondorous sore ; I Kit and dream of "Auld-lunj,'-yne'' Ami all the past, I'm toiity-nine, An old maid nothing more. Each yearsceins shorter than the lt, KsU day and nlfjht flies (swiftly pst I'he nine thins o'er and o'rr : And mm the time goes racing 1 y The thought come o'er me, What, am 1 An old m ud nothing more f I mi;:hthsve married years apo, For then I had full many m beau In the palmy dayi ol yore ; Hut now they choose a younger mate. And I am left a disconsolate, Au olil maid nothing more. Marriage is not the end of life. And if I'm ne'er to be a wire. There's been old maid before ; Their greatest fault I'll strive to -bun. I'll watch with diligence my tongue, liuil hack-bite never more. I'll envy not the younger girls Their spurkling eye, their floating curl.-. And lover by the more. Kut with a calm sml peaceful tru-t, I'll iourney onwxrd, If I mu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 December 1871

NEW ' STORE ! 1871. FALL TRADE. NEW GOODS 1871. -r ik. nrkr KuilJing mHK undrratirned bavin aecureu tuc rA:,ll PKlCfca: A ready to offer tb following finest goeds, at the lowest CAsll ri.iM. Bleached and Brown Domestic-, Prints, Drew OoodFlanueU, SSklA PlaidH.Lin.e.v.W1te Good Glove Hosiery, Yankee Notions; Vlso, Jeans, Satinets, Cassimeres, Cloths, &c &c ' . i ivn ntxlKAELE STOCK OK . . .mM o'irvhinr. Roots and Shoes, Keauy liiiuuw , wi t HATS AXl) CAPS, Also, Trunks, Carpet Bags, Ladies batciieis, Parker) Comer, Jackson, Term. WAV H tt A VOL. XXVIII. Professional Notices. & Bullock, Bought from first hands Sic. ct21-ly Bullock AND .ISO. Ii. JMCU- AKE now oeeupyin- mw -- - over Collin'. China store m An. er.nn and R.H.Anderson& RE now ore 1 1 r i v. "in" - f , . i rti.. I.l.w.k- rurncr Ol Jiai at. allll 1)IVI . V , tl-. LaKaytte .IrwH. r.mraii-c ' end of Collins' .tore, on iMt ayev. dec2-lm COS Charles M. Stephens, (Late of Jack-on, Tenn.,) ATTORNEY AT LAV, r'l"3 Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 December 1871

wnnrARu 'iKiiUiK W. Y. UtTEI, ) son VA.m:Ho,y rc, . n. wifiuun, ) IMttor. JACKSOX.SATUEDAY, DEC. 23, 1S71. TO SUBSCRIBERS. IjOok oat for the X mark. It will lndirato that your subscription to theWmo and Tribune has ex pired; and it also means that we would be pleased to have you renew it. ! Paper Ulext Week. Next week beinz Christmas, no paper will be issued from this office till January Cth. The Carriers are Coming-. Look out for the carriers of the "Whig and Tribunk during the holidays, with their addrc- of good fortune and cheer to all ! Don't fail to respond to their modest requests, that their hearts may be full of that Joy which the young should always feel at Christmas. STATE NEWS. Brownsville elects Mayor and Al dermen on the 6th of January. Bishop Quintard preached in Nash Tillo last bunday. r A special term of tho Chancery Court for Carroll county commenced at Huntingdon last Wednesday. "Abram Harper, an old citizen of Carroll county, died about ten days go. The grocery ho...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 December 1871

Special akd Local. -Vf. ItOBT. GATES, Local Editor. 1 MORILF. AND OHIO UOAD. .', ARB1VB. llcrRT. : Passenger trail for Mo- bile 11:1W a.m. lio, n.m V Express train from Co- nimbus. Ky.. 1I:0J p.m. F.xpre train for Co- lurubii ": a.m. Passenirer trnl 11 for Co lumbus, Kt :aup.m. j:.h. p.m. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD. Passenger Train for Humboldt. Leave Jackson. Teno 4:33 p.ra '. Kinreaa train for Humboldt, ' - i t.ia . jeaveajscason, icun., i.iu a.ui These traini go no further than Tlluinboldt. (' Passenger train lor N. Orleans Leave Jackson, Tenn 1 l:4o a. m. i Express train fer New Orleans ' Lvat.s Jackson, Tenn ll:4- p.m ftlaaanlc neatlng-a af Jaekaan. L J lOKsost LonOK No. 45. J. J. O'Connor, W. M.; John G. Mann, Sec'y., Meets 4th J'rfday each month. .' Sr. JoniCs Lonon, No. L. T. d-fndiwy, W.M.; J.N. Hall, Sec'y. Meets . at Monday each month. Ct.INTV)! R. A. CHAPTFR, No. 9. R. thMUT.II. 1; Ian. O'Connor, J. it. ..'bappell. g. Meets 3d Friday each month. ! Jacksom CofNCii., No. 13,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 December 1871

THE BiXLISINU TEAR. The year begin to tremble with decay. Like an old man who leans upon bin tuff', Aui in the graveyard read tbe epitaph Of all hi offspring who have passed away; But yet sort breees with hU thlo In ks play, Scattering their sadness with a jocund laugh, While the great nan yet warms in bU be half, And with hix dart keep winter "till at bay. Yea, soothed and Battered In many way-. Though nil tbe field be bare and wimmI landt Here, Hall hidden from hi sife'lit by thickening haze. Serenely smiles the slow declining year. I.Ike one who baa In goodness spent his day, And wait hi coming end without a lur. Orient Pearls at MM Strnnz. Doubt is a method of kuowiudv. Archbishop Uher sayg : "It ttiUi all our learning to be simple." Idleneeg is the bane, the uiolli, the gangrene, the curse of lite. A troubled conscience U the tooth ache of the mind. They are never alone that are ac companied with noble thought. r Regard not dreams, since they are the iutagcR of our hoyeuand fea...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 January 1872

M. X. MEACHAM & CO., PIF isal to Stonewall Block, dec.::J-3tn i'Woo draff 2. 179 Main Ht., Memphis, Tenn. ( MASLTACTL'lll'Us; AM) UHAl.KI'S IX Carriages, Rockaways, Barouches, l'Altlt PlLinONS, HUGGIES, WAGONS, AND ALL KINDS OF Carriages ami "Wagon Material. Iron, Springs, Axles, Holts, Spokes, Hubs, Enameled Leather, Enameled Duck, Cloth, Jhtmanh, Carpets, White IahuI, ValnU and Oils. ,lccJ3-ly. All of wbieh aro offered at low prices. NEW STORE! 1871. FALL T Mil K nuclei Mi(;,-'1 linvliiK neetire.1 thr Corner r.i.lj tr. .n. r tl.a. l.ill.iwitl- lllira 111 UOUilK. Ill IIIC liWil e,..-Il IMciiclieil and Ilrowii Ioim:ntleH, Prints, lirew Goods Flannel, Sacking, Plaids, Unej, White Goods, Glove and Hoalery, Yankee Notion, &c. Also, Jeiins, Satinets, Casiincrcs, Cloths. &., &c. A I.AIMiK ANI DtSIUAI'.I.K STIK'K OK Rcady-Made Clothing Boots and Shoes, Ef ATS AND CAlM, Hought from lirst hand. Also, Trunks, Carpet Hugs, Ladies' Satchel, ocl'21-lyN , - P.irkcr'M Corner, .Tae...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 January 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE w. w. BATCH, i DON CAinKKON.V E4Mtr. . n. wijo.ii. I JACKSON, SATUBDAY, JAN. 6, 1872. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Look out for the X mark. It will indicsto that your subscription to theWHia amd Tkibckk has expired-and it also means that we would be pleased to hare you renew it. t STATE NEWS. Nashville has been shipping axe handles manufactured there to Bos ton. Why not? Col Jas. C. Luttrcll has been nom inated by a larjre public meeting in Knoxville, for Mayor. Hon. John V. Wright, formerly Congressman from the McNairy dis trict, has located in Columbia. George W. Coleman, the oldest butcher in NashTille, died there of gravel, last week. The Athens Post the best news paper in East Tennessee is to be enlarged this week. Success to you, Ivens. "Col. George Williamson, of Green Hill, Wilson County, died at his home on the 15th of December, aged 78 years. Mrs. Mary J., wife of Hen. Robert J. McKinney, ex-judge of the Su preme Court of Tennessee, died at Knoxville, December 13th. Th...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 January 1872

r ,1, Special a.d Local. UOIJT. GATES, Local I'd i tor. MOBILE AND OHIO nOAD. inr.rvr. dwakt. Passenger train for Mo bile, ll:7l a.m. 12:0, p.m. Ex press train from Co lumbus, Ky lt:03 p.m. Express train for Co lumbus ".5 J a.m. ' Faenirrr train for Co. lurabus, Ky p.m. S.'xi p.m. Mississippi central koad. Passenger Train for Huinboidt, Leaves Jackson, Tenn., 4:S5 p.m Express trnin for Humboldt, Leaves Jackson, Tenn., 7:10 a.ra These train go no farther than Humboldt. rassenjrer train lor X. Oilcans Leave Jackson, Tenn., 11:13 a. in. Express train fr Kew Uneu, Leaves Jackson, Tenn 11:13 p.m Mnsonlc .11 eating of JackMB. Jsckao Lodck No. IS. J. J. O'Connor, YV. ti John (i. Mann, Sec'y., Meets slu Friday each month. fir. John's Lormit. c. 33 J L. T. Lindsay, H. 31.; J.N. Ilall, Sec'y. Meets 1st Monday each month. fi-moMr n. a. chapter. No. o n. I. t hester, II. 1'.; Jas. O'Connor, K.; J. U. Cb'ippell. Meets 31 Friday each month. Jackson Council, No. 13, Ft. S. M. Bev. A. V. Jones. T. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 January 1872

TBir LIGHTLY. ' Trip lightly tytt trouble,' Trip lightly oyer wronc; We only make grief double, By dwelling on it long. "Why clasp woc' hnd o tightly Why tigh o'er blotnomg (lead Why cling to form unaightly? Why not eek joy Instead? Trip lightly oyer orrow, Though all the way be dark, Tbo iun may thine to-morrow, And gaily ding the lark; I'air hope hare not departed, Though roses may hare fled, Then never be down-heartad. But look for joy Instead. Trip lightly oyer sadness, ktand not to rail at deom; We've pearla to rtrlng of gladncts, On this aide of the tomb; Whilst star- are nightly Kbiniog, And the beaven is overhead, Encouraging, not repining. But look for joy instead. Orient Fearlnt Mom Strung. Kindness Is stronger than the word. : A proverb is tho child of expe rience. There is no grief so deep as that which is silent and uncomplaining. . Suspicion and distrust arc the greatest enemies to friendship. Do not insult misery, deride in flrniity, nor despise deformity. He that is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 13 January 1872

J. vr. ,1. L. MEACHAM & CO., TO. 9 TTISTXCDHT ST., lewall Block, Memphis, Tenn. I In rocdruff To. 179 3XaIn St., Mempliis, Tcmi. ,; MANUFACTURERS ASD DEALERS IN iages, Eockaways, Barouches, J PARK PUJETONS, BUGGIES, WAGONS, r 1KD ALL, KIXDB OF and Wagon Material, Iron, 6jrlngs, Axles, Bolts, Spokes, Hubs, Enameled Leather, Enameled Duck, it, Damaak, Carpets, Whit Lead, Taint and Oil. All of which are offered at low prices. 17 STORE ! FALL tartlffnml having seirared the Corner Store of the rarker Building, i now to offer tbt following lineaal goeds, at the lowest CAM! rUlCfc: d and Brown Domestics, Prints, Dre Goods, Flaunels, klnfft. Plaids, Linaeya, White Goods, G lores and ' Hosiery, Yankee Motions, &c, , Jeans, Satinets, Cassimercs, Cloths, &c. ULBQK AJtD DESIBABIJS STOCK OF y-r.1ade Clothing Boots and Shoes, HATS AIO CAPS, om first hands. Also, Tracks, Carpet Bags, Ladles' Satchels, W. IIOIiIiAN, r s Parker'ft-Corner, Jackson, Tenn. WHOLES ALB AJtD RETAIL DEALERS IN ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 13 January 1872

1 WHIG AND TRIBUNE W. XT. OATF.S. BOH CAKIEBOI Editors. . II. W1IDO& JACKSON, SATUED AT, JAN. 13, 1872. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Look out for the X mark. It will indicate that your snbicription to theWmo and Tbibcnb baa ex pired; aad it also means that we woald be pleated to bare 70a renew It. AGE.1T AT I1C9BOLDT. T. S. Lee is the authorized agent f the Whio and Tbibcme, at llumboldt, and is authorized to re ccire money and receipt for sub scriptions at that place. STATK NEWS. They are about introducing stoves . . . . i -t 1 Ti 1 into me itreei cars in i-iaauviue. Col. John "Woodward was elected Chairman of the Bobertson County Court, on the 1st Inst. Hon. W. A. Glen has been re-elec ted Chairman of the Court of Da vidson County. Mr. J. O. Gorman has purchased an interest in the Paris Intelligen cer. On Christmas day Thos. Hawkins shot and killed a man named Folk Jetton, in Cowan, I'ranklin County. The residence of Paschal Green, of Franklin county ,wa accidentally burned on the 1st last...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 13 January 1872

" ! V V . .. ' V' Special axd Local. UOKT. iJ.VTIiS, IKiil Editor. . MOIitlX ANUUtUO li'M- arrive, l-kpakt. Pnsen'i-r JraW for 5lf I.Ho -'!- P m- Kxpresrnii from t'o- lumbu. Ky.. 11:bJ i.m. Ex pre- train lor Co- --,, lum'.m- "J a-,n- r-'iicMr train lor Co- , .,. mmim Ky p.m. p.m. MissispirpttKsruAr, kom. n .... 'I'.... i f,.- I I iimt...lt! L. I fllfrii t i i.m " -- . leaves Jack son, Ten li.. - P- Exures-a train for Humboldt, lnvca Jackson, Trim., :ln Jn These trains iro no further than Humboldt. KHpn?-r train lor N.Orlvnn Lav Jackson. Team.. H'i a- "' Ejii.ri truin it NVw irl.ans, Le vwt Jackson. Tenn 1 !:" p. in Masonic Fletllnpiol Jackan. J,ricsi l.orr,n No. 4.'i. I. J. O'Connor. W. M.; Charles Cullen, fsw-'y., Meets sib. fc'riday ci' h month. (il.Jnns's Lomir, N...".;J J. C. Pybo-, Vf. M.; George G. HiHt'ie. hcc'y. Ale.i lt Moul:iy ach mouth. Cl.INT.IX It. A. ClIAPIKU. No. O.-K. I. (-hivtrr.il. 'A ' ioiinor, ... Ch ppell. !i. Ma is 3d Friday each uionlli. J.t:kN ot NriT., No. i...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 13 January 1872

MI WIFE'S IIAIMJB." ivery night when the atari come but, And the birds have gone to rest, little hand, like cooing dove, I Hcstlet upon my breast. ' moo the my forehead and pats my cheeky m r Hoa in nnger upi t r my eyellda and through my hair, 9 UnrpHnir ltn. lifags to my neck, and clasps my arm, Till tired or its caresa, nd fallen asleep within my own, That pore white hand I press. lany a year has come and gone; The little hand is cold; hildren's children are on my knee. And I am growing old. F'eteach night, as the stars come out, Aad I near the Heavenly land, 1 feel as I felt in my early days, j The toush oi that gentle hand. limit Pearls at Mom Strimi. Overoome evil 'with good. Dare to do right I Dare to be true ! on have a work no other can do. Childhood is like a mirror, catch- hg and reflecting images all around Ridicule often parries resentment, lit resentment never parries ridi- Hie. Where trold and silver dwell in ie heart, faith, hope and lore dwell iii oi aoors. jTheEO c...

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