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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 20 January 1872

SUYKlERi3 LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 2S9 Mail Street, 21 Madison Street, IMHEZMZIPIEHIIS, TEZfcTHST. T. A. NELSON, President; AMOS WOODRUFF, and F. M. WHITE, Vice-President; j)(cGec$$imvioiis$L.!B.IIiilc?iJ General Agents for Tenn. & North IVIissi'ppi. Haj. R.G. HAY, Resident g'l, Jackson, Tenn. Asftet, January Annual Income 1, 1871, now, at rate of Directors: T. A. Srlaon, Jaenh Wellcr, Uea. John 11. Gordon, D. U.Townend. A. Woodruff, H. A. rrtw, H-ih Torrance, It. ( . ISrinl.ii-y, Medical Board: K. Miles Wltlett, Atlanta Branch, In.urrs live and promptly aljutH and pays loser. It. principal business Is with Southern Stales, anil to them it appeal, for patronage. It has ample mean to fully proswt policy holders and pay all losae wi.-ly M. L. MEACHAM & CO-, Wholesale ffoeers ... 1TO. 9 TJ2ri02sr ST., Stonewall Block, Memphis, Tenn. dec23-Sin Woodruff . Jfo. 179 31aln St., ZTIc mollis, Tenu. MAXUKACTUBEB8 AND DEALEKS IN Carriages, Eockaways, Barouches, PARK PHOTONS, BUG G ICS, W...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 20 January 1872

V 1 i WHIG AND TRIBUNE w. xr. oti. 4 BOM CA.TIE.io K4Uors. JA.CKSOH, SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 1872. ' ' TO BCBSCRIBEBS. - Look out for the X mark. It will Indicate that your ubscriptioa to the Whi and Tribune has ex plrad; mnd it also mean that . we would be plcaaed to have you renew It. . 1 ; AT HtBBOtPT. " T. S. Le I the authorized agent of the "VVaio asd Tbibcme, at Humboldt, and is authorized to re ceive money and receipt for sub scriptions at that place. ' VIIATOIDABLE DEHT. ' Many of those who have subscrib ed since the proposition was pub lished to furnish the Advocate as premium, probably wonder at not receiving it. New material was or dered for it throughout, and it did not arrive until last Saturday. We expect to commence mailing by the 26th. ' -The Ftbruary -number will follow as soon as possible. jyWm. M. Randolph has been elected. City Attorney of Memphis. " ' STATE NEWS. " Union City has elected It. A. riercc, Esq., Mayor for this year. ; McMinn County Cort on the Jst lnt-,'...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 20 January 1872

') r ( n i Speci al asp Local. rassengeitrwm8 Mo ' hii,.T-!a i.ri. e-m. '!' !.' Ex press tran from Co- - ( .'. , loniMixKjv..: p.m. Kxpres train 'for Co- . ' ' lumLii. . ' :!.! ' "::; Cnufni'it train. lor C O- - - S iiisii.su-iM t i:ti:al kujlu. la.-iigia' Trj.in lor Humboldt, , 4ack..n,Tnn I 3 p.ru xH"k train l'..r lliuiiliui.lt, . leaves Jack-on, Trim '. . . ,:10 a.ra 1 huso trnTii. go no further than llufnboMt. , , ' Passe licer traliilor' N. Or!csi', luvi' Jjrt.nn.Tnn 11; V a.m. K X i ci J r;i ' n ,fr r. vv I ): I a n -, ;vV4 Jrk-ni. 11 ant .'. . . . . 11. 11 p.ui itlasaalc Neeliaay at Jackua. t ,. ,:.. - . f J c-Kss; l.ojxiR No. A.". .1. J.O'f.V'imoi. , W. Hi-Cl 'W CllUcl), ')', .Meets t!l ' Friday eta OkhiIIi. . ... ; I'v bj, id'. ;. S ijoHNs Looi;, flii-J. C Vf. Moi u :1. lluijuc,. Hi 'y. 1st Monday each monm. ., , V'iivimn I. A. Cllil'IHU l;t-. ' 'llll' Nr.. 0.- K.; .1 i:. II. Cli 'l S. ; Meets ::d KrH.iy each month. n., " is. n. . v. .T. l.G.M. J.lt.CVin ln1s 4th Monday rai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 20 January 1872

i ' " i . ' Ly h plaiJed troclc away, A.d theytUow-buttonsd boot; Charlie doe not need them now, Cannot wear the pretty mitt. , If yu ask, "Why, where is Charllt-r Quivering lips will faintly aay: "Utile Charlie's gently resting, He haabeea'io tired ot play ." . Fare and white the robe around him, Soft and white nil narrow bed; ' Cool and toft the aod's that o'er him; "Ah," you ask, "is Charlie dead?" No, not dead, but sweetly retting, When the sunset cloeed the day, Little Charlie, prattling, murmured : "Oh, I am so tired of play." Tired of play Uie buoy fingers. Tired of play the restless leet. Tired the voice whose merry laughter Filled the house with echoes sweet. So we say our darling's renting la a slumber calm and deep; Tho the birds are singing oYr him, Tho the stars still vigils keep. O'er his bed the storms may mutter, They can wake him never more; Tet we do not say we've lost him, Only that he's gone before ; For we know he rests sesurely In the Heavenly Father's care;! '...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 January 1872

WHIG AND TRBBUN H THERM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 239 Main Street, II IMisoa Street, . . . i -it. I K.-T I ' " . . . AT -t C nyLESIS, j. jijJM j. . -vvitttt .TAP.KSON. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, JANUAKY 11, lo7. invj. i-'. v vyjLj ' - T t a. ., w iMrio t P i TTITBS)V. All't Sec: A VI OS WOUUItur r , anu -r".' kM. WHITE, Yico-Prsaident; F. 8. DAVIS, I reasurer. T. A. NELSON, President; . r-- "T m n ,1 A1IOS HUUUBUII.MU McGee 8? Simmons L. Hatch, General Agents for Tenn. & North Mlssi'ppl. Haj. R.G. IttY, Resident Jg't, Jackson, Tenn. D. M. Assets, January 1, 1871, Annual Income bow, at rate of $1,037,108 CO T. A. Kelson, Jacob Wellr, 0n. John B. Gordon, I). H.Townsend. Directors: A Woodruff" r. Jl. White, din. Kortrecht, TT . V . 1ICIHU " J ' C. W. Kraier. V. S. Davis; J. W. McCown. H. A. Partes. Hugh Torrance Ii. C. Brinkley, (VHIG AND TRIBUNE. rCBllaBXO ITMI BATTjnAY, V.V.tlTU. BT DOSCAXMSO WISDOM. T- HK". TTnder the Finn and Style of W. W. GATES &c CO. Terms o RtrBscnipno. Two doU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 January 1872

.v WHIG AND TRIBUNE W. W. DATES. BOX CA!HKKOV dilorn. JACKSON, SATURDAY, JAN. TO SCBSCBIBERS. Look out for the X mark. I twill indicate that your subscription to the "Whio amd Tribune lias ex pired; and it also means that we would be pleased to Lave yon renew It. AGEVr AT UlflBOLDT. T. S. Leo is the authorized agent of the "Whio and Tbibchk, at Humboldt, and is authorized to re ccive money and receipt for sub scriptions at that place. UXM.ASfATOHV. Last week, for the first time iii the history of this paper, we failed to mail aportion of our edition on time. A portion of our steam apparatus become so badly demoralized that the failure wag unavoiadablo. The defect has been remedied, and we trust no similar accident will again occur. Tbe Farmers' Advocate Owinjto unavoidable delays in receiving the new type and materi al, the January number of tho Ad vocate has not been published, as anticipated. The volume, to include twelvo numbers, will commence witli February, and will be ready fo...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 January 1872

Special asd Local. UOBT. OATES, Local Editor. MOHILK AXD OHIO ROAD. AKRrV. DEfjlRT. 1'uimw traia for Mo . bile UAI a.m. 12:0i p.m. Kxpre train from Co lumbus Ky 11:0S p.m. Etres train for Co- lumbun, 7:80 a.m. Pwntr train lr Co- lumlnu, Ky 3:30p.m. 3:511p.m. Mississippi central quad. Passenzer Train for Humboldt, Leaves Jackaon.Tenn., 4:33 p.m Express trnin for Humboldt, Leaves Jackson, Tenn., 7:10 a. m These trains go no further than Iluinboldt. Pacnier train lor N. Orleans Leave Jackson, Tenn-, 11:43 a.m. Express train fer New Orleans, Leaves Jackson, Tenn 11:43 p.m MasaaWc .Tie tiny; of Jackson. J trii.ov LonG Xo. 43. J. J. O'Connor. W. M .; Charles Cullen, Bec'y., Meets 4th Vriday each month. Sr. John s Lodok, Nc.3.'tt J. C. Pyba, W. M.;(ieorire O. Hughes, Sec'y. Meets irL jionuay ach month. s.'i.iktow R. A. CnAPntR. No. 9. R, I. Chester. 11. I'.; Jan. tyConnor, K.; J. K. Chnppcll. b. Meet 8d Friday each month J.tcasox Council., No. 18, R.AS. M. Kev. A. W. Jones, 1. I. 1, . J. i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 27 January 1872

LOQUACIOUS. W eommead tie. following prescription to all who are afflicted with this disease: Tray, Doctor, give me, If you please, Borne medicine for my disease; My health and courage are all gone, And I am weak and feeble grown." The Doctor felt her pulse, and laid, "There li no cause for fear or dread; You're no disease, be not distressed; Tou need no medicine, but Test." Tyo no dlseasel why, how you talk! 'Just see my tongue; it's white aa chalk! Look at It, Doctorlook, Indeed ' And say In truth, what doe it need?" "If you wUl keep It lUll and quiet, Ti all it needs; pray, Madame, try it. Tou overtask It, at the best, And, like the body, that needs rest." Orient Pearls at Eanicm Strum. Every light baa its shadow. ETerTthlntr that makes up our captivity Christ has led captive. Faith nndoubtintr JTaitn is un clouded azure in a lake of glass. Ilonor the Lord with thy sub stance, and verily thou sbalt be fed Self-made men are very apt t worship their maker. Bear your misfortunes wit...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 3 February 1872

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 2S9 Main Street, MEMPHIS, . TZEZLsTIfcT- T. A. NELBON, President; AMOi WOODRUFF, and M. WHITE, Vice-President; JlfcGce Simmons L. B. Hatch, Ceneral Agents for Tenn. & North Missi'ppi. Unj. U. G. HAY, Resident Ag't, Jackson, Tenn. .Asset. January J, 1871 Auuual Income uow, at rate of Directors: ' T. A. Mslxin, (sail Weller, 4n.iohn B.Oor , L. U.'luwossnd. .. A. VoolnitT, H. A. I'artee, Hu;?h Torrance, It. C. Lrtnxley, Medical Board: Ii Mileu "Wlllett, Atlanta Branch, mures livwi and t romntly adjusts and payi losses. Its principal busineaa I with VutUn state, and to them it appeal for patronage. It haa ample meant to fully fiM poll, butders and pay ull losses sepjo-ly M. L. MEACHAM & CO., Wholesal ffocera INTO. 9 TJHTXOliT ST., Stouewall Block,- llomphis, Tenn. dc'i3-8m W oo'druff 2Vo. 179 Mali St., Memphis, Tenn. lIAKUrACOURERS AND DEALERS IN Carriages, Sockaways, Barouches, VAHK PIIiKTONS, BUGGIES, WAGONS, AND ALL KINDS Of Carnages and Wagon Materia,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 3 February 1872

"IBB WIIIG AND TRIBUNE W. W. CATKH. JACKSON, SATCRDAY, FEB. a, 1872. TO SUBSCRIBERS. liook ont for the X mark. It will indicate that your subscription to the Whio and Teibune has ex pired; and it also means that re would be p leased to hare yon renew AT HVnBOLDT. T. S. Lee is the authorized agent of the Whio and Tbibckb, at Humboldt, and is authorized to re ceive money and receipt for sub scriptions at that place. frr Attention is called to the medical card of Dr. J. "VV. "William son, in this issue of the Whio and Tkibcne. He has had thirty-five years experience in the profession. - STATE NEWS. Huntingdon it struggling to get up a bank. Gen. B. .T. Hill has been elected Mayor of McMinnvillo. The barn of B. G. Hilliard, of Kobertson county was destroyed by fire on the ltth January. Loss $2,500. The Clerk of tho Fayette County Court issued 3."8 marriage licenses in 1871. Tha market was brisk. Ilev. John A. Jones, of tho Ten nessee Conference, died at Sadlers ville, Kobertson county o...

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. — 3 February 1872

Special and Local. UOUT. t.ATKS, Local Editor. vor'.nx and oniu road. AKKIVK. DV.PAKT. Pen:.' r train for M- 1.11k 11:2 1 u.tu. 120, p.m. tHirr ti mIp from Co lumbus. Ky 11:03 p.ui. Kv,pre tnln lor Co. Inn.tn-. 7:211 a.m. Pi-omT trvin tor Co lumbus. Ky .":V)p.m. 3:WI p.ra. MHSTrrPI CENTRAL liOAD. l'"n!rrr Train for Humboldt, Leavt Jackson, Tenn., 4:33 p.ra Ex lire!- train for Humboldt, Leaves Jackson, Titin., 7:10 a.m T be8 trains go no further than Humboldt. Paycivcr t ruin tor N. Orleans l.e;ive .lK kon,Tinn, ... 11:4 J a. m. F.x rr- tr.iin fr New Orleans, lx-acc Jackson, Tenn 1 1:43 p.m Smnlilc .nesting's of JukMB. . ckx- LonriK No. 4-V .1. J. O'Connor, W. M : Charles Cullcn, Sec'y., Meets 4tb F t-iday en-h month. Si. Jonx'S fiDCr, Si. 332 J. C. Pvbu, W.M.:;eonre 1. Hughe. Sec'y. Meets lft MoikIuv ob month. CI. INTO If. A. CHAPTER. NO. K. 1. cheater. II. P.; Jas. O'Connor, J. It. t h-.ppcll. S. Meets 3d Kriday curb month. .1 texvix f oi-jcrit.. No. 1.1, It. P. M. Rev . A. W. .lon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 3 February 1872

LITTLE DV LITTLE "Little by little," an acorn said. Ai It slowly sank In it. oioj Ud; "I am improving every day, Hidden deep in the earth way." Little by little, each, day it itrew; Little by little It klppvd the dew; Downward it ent out a thread-like root; Cp In the air sprung a tiny shoot. Day alter day, and year after year, Little by little, the leaves appear; And the alendcr brncebe spread tar aud. wide, Till the mlgbty oak I the forest's pride. :Llttle by little," said a thoughtful boy "Moment by moment, I'll well emp!oy, ' Learning a little every day, ADd not spending all my time In play, And still this rule In my mind shall dwell 'Whatever I do, I will do It well." little by HtUc, I learn to know The treasured, wisdom of Ion; ago; And one o( theee daya perhaps we'll see That the world will be better for me." And do you not tblnk th.it thia dimple plan Made bim a wine and uselut man? Orient Pearls at Banlma Strong. Theodore Parker defines teuncr ance to bo "corporeal piety." T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 10 February 1872

SUTIKjER63 LIFE INSUEANCE COMPANY. m Mais Street, T. A. NELSON, President; AM06 WOODRUFF, and F. M. WHITE, Vice-President; JfcGee $ Simmons $ L. (B. Hatch, General Agents for Tenn. & Worth Missi'ppi. Jlaj. R.G. HAY, Resident Jg't, Jackson, Tenn. Assets. January Annual Income 1, 1871, now, at rate ot Directors: A. Woodruff, ' K.M.White, T. A. Nelaos, JtonW Welter, imn. John B. Gordon, I). U.Townnd. H. A. Pirtw, Jluh Torrance, tt. C. Brinkley, Medical Board: E. Mile WHlett, Atlanta Branch, Invnrcs livee and promptly adjusts and Southern tttatrs, and to them It appeals lor proWrt polies holders and pay all losaea M. L. MEACHAM & CO-, W1 lolesalo risers jsro- 9 TJiriozsr st., Stonewall Block, . dse'23-8m Wood ruff No. 170 Main St., UVuiphl, Tciin. MASUFACTUEEIiS AND DEALERS IN Carriages, Rockaways, Barouches, PAKK PHOTONS, BUGGIES, WAGONS, AND ALL KINDS OF Carriage' and Wagon Material. Iron, Borings, Axlea, Bolts, Smokes, Hubs, Enameled Leather, Enameled Duck, Cloths, Damask, Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 10 February 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE W. XV. (1ATFJ. 001 CAHEKOt F.emorsu . JA.CKSOX, SATURDAY, FEB. 1872. TO ICBSCRIBEBS. Look oat for the X mark. It will indicate that your subucription to the Whio and Tribune has ex pirtwl; and if. also moans that we would bo pleased to have you renew it. mm T. 3. Lee is the authorized J'i of the Whio and TRiBCKit Humboldt, and is authorized tore uln monev and receiut for sub scriptions at that place. exgixi: axd boili:k. Owing to the largsiijcsea'se lu the amount of presswoi-k, -we re com pelled to replace our engine with a new one of greater jjpwer and vie offer our tecond-hand onen good running order, at a veky low price. It is JuBt suitable to run a gin or other light machinery and AT THE PRIC E OFFERED, IS ft OKEAT BABUA1JI. AV. W. GATES & CO., 8TATI3 NEWS. Stewart College, Claiksville, has 115 students.; The Brownsville gas-works are to be erected on a vacant lot near the depot. ' Cumberland river was frozen over at Xaahville last week. I ho hrst time since...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 10 February 1872

Special and Local. V.OT. CN GATES, Local Editor. loniLE and omo boad. ARRIVE. PfcPART. Pruwrn r train for Mo bile 11:3V .in. 12:0, p.m. Ex nrc train from Co lumbus Ky .... IV.Ort p.m. Ktjtw trnin for Columbia- 7:30 .n. l-.pnrT train lor Co lumbus, Ky 3:-Vp.ro. 3:W p.m. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL ROAD. Paurer Train for Humboldt, Leave Jaekion.Tenn 4:33 p.m F.vire train for Humboldt, Leave Jackson, Tenn., 7:10 ajn T hose trains go no further than Unmboldt. Parniier trnln tor N. Orleans Leave Jrkon,Tenn.. 11:43 a. m. Kxrc train f.r New (trlrini, lnvfJ-knon, Tenn 11:43 pjn PSaaanlc fffeetlaira af JukMii . 1 cxfv- Lopok No. 45.. .1. J. O'Connor, W. M .j Charle Cullen, Sec'y., Mral 4th Friday ench month. a i . Jrmx'n LorG-. Nc. 8.T1 J. C. Pyba, W.M.; George O. Huirbes. Sec'y. Meet let Monday ach month. t'l fN-TOX ft. A. CHAPITER, No. 9. R. t. (-hoitor.il. Pa In. O'Connor, J. K. Ch-pp-ll. 3. Meet 3d Friday each month. J ckw)x Convert., No. IS, R. ft P. M : U . A. W. .Tonei. T. I. O. M. J. R-Chap-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 10 February 1872

J From the Church Register. THE I50W. Softly falls tbo fleecy snow, 0"cr bleak hill the cold winds blow, Yet with curtains closely drawn, We heed not the pelting storms; tiather'd round the blazing hearth, Jo loud laugh or noisy mirth, Disturbs the wind's low sighing, Or our heart's sad replying; A it tells of floers dead. And fond lopes foreyer fled, Ol sweet voices hush'd ind still And tender eyes clot'd Dd chill All that made our hearts once glow, Lying now beneath the snow. But calm and patiently we wait The op'ning of tbe "Pearly Gate," As it hangs amid life's, clouds and mit In the dim distance, yet oft kist'd rty the darn ing light of hope's Iw-siii, That still above the storm-cloud jrleami-; Where lovinjr ones will calmly wait, To Kuide us through that heavenly Ratr; And sonows from our souls shall glide, As snow melts on the mountain side; Still, ttill our tears must often flow, For those who lie beneath the snow. Yet oft we dream how blest t'will be, When frcm the cares of...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 17 February 1872

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 29 Main Street, 21 Madison Street, T. A. NELSON, President; AMOS WOODRUFF, and I'. M. WHITE, Vice-l'resldeut; BEN. MAY, Secretary; CU AS. T. PATTERSON, Asst bee; F. S. DAV13, Treasurer. JtcGee $ Simmons $ L. IB. Halch, General Agents for Tenn. & North MIssTppI. Moj. R.G. HAY, Resident Ag't, Jackson, Tenn. Asset. .Tuiuiary Annunl Income T. A. Helton, J.il Weller, (n. Jnhn B. Gordon, l. ll.Townsend. 1, 1871. now. at rate of Directors: A. Woodruff, K. M Wblh'. It. A. 1'artee, W.C. Ireland. Hiiifb Torrance, t Vf. Krazrr. K. C. llrinkley, I. W. McCown. 1,037,108 50 - 5 1,000,000 4 'ha. Korlrechl, V. 11. Cherry, K. S. Davis; w a ii ' w w irs v pi i VOlTxXVIII. JACKSON, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1872. .NO. 15. Medical Board: Ii Atlanta Branch, Miles WlHett, M. IK, J. U. Krwklue, M. c JOU1 I w. c. I. WHIG AND TRIBUNE. KCBLI-iUKI EVBRT SATUHHAV, BT W. W. .iAll. y- WISDOM. J. T. HICKS. Under the Firm and St)le ot W- "W. GATES 2c CO. Tirms or Pcbiceiptiox. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 17 February 1872

WHIG AND TRIBUNE W. W. OAT KM, J HOW,- DOM CA.tlliltO lU)Itor. h. in. jftuoji JACKSOU, SATURDAY, FEB. 17, 1872. TO OCR SUBSCRIBERS. Y e advuo our readers and pat- ron to file, at least, the number of the Wiua and Tribunk, in which their names and date of subscrip tion are published. This will be useful, and cnablo them to refresh their memories In the way of re newal. Hereafter, when your "time ig out." your namo will be written la KED. STATU NEWS. The Dorcr Record hoists the name of Gen lv. A. Quarlcs for Governor. The Memphis races will commence on the -"Jin or April. Rnoxvillo is to have a fine opera D0U8C. McKendrcl church,Nashville, now baa a membership or 700. They have five candidates for Tax Collector in Williamson county, and three lor aaerin. Gen. W. G. Harding- has purchas ed Col. ijockriirs half interest in Jack Alalono for $4,500. They have four candidates for Sher iff, ana three for 'lax Collector in Lawrence county. Col. II. C. Bate and J. II. Kirk. have purchased the...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 17 February 1872

Spfxi.u axdJocal UORT. OATHS, I-ocal Editor. Monn.K and omo road. ARnrvic irr.RT. VH?:"T.!a!"Mi ... p VT. II. EADER. F. HELLERS H. Sa te & IvMlei Successors to MOOUE, EADLll & CO., r"irctniin from Co- Co. 11:01 p.m. Iiimbu". Kv. Cvmu train for liinibu- jn.. riirr IH11 lor o- l.iml.iif. Ky 3:."i0p.ni. :.) a.m. :-! p.in. . ..4:Vi p.m missitppi central no.n. pa.wnccr Trnln ror itumnoiui, lj-avt. Jackson, Tenn.. ... . r'x..re trt.ln fr Ilumbowr, Lesve. Jackson. Tenn., 7:10 .m These train go no further than Humboldt. riwn;n train tor N. Orleans I,pv .lnck'on.Tcnn, .... Ki-rf tr.iln fr New Orleans I.(.ii.liuinn, Tenn Door, Lumber Yard, Sash and Bliitd Factory, 11:4-1 a. m. .11:4.1 p.m ila.anlc Meetings of Jac.keon. .rKt l.mc,K No. 4.1. I.J. O'Connor. W. Charles Cnilcn, Hc'y., Meet" 4th Friday e-tch month. r. John's Lone. Nf.. r,:2i. c. I'v'"'. W. M.;;enrco O. Unices. Scc'y. H" let Moniby neh month. .i.ivrov It. A. CHAt-TKK. N". 1. li.-l.r.ll. IV O'f-nnnor. K.. J. K. bpp' Il. S. Mr...

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. — 17 February 1872

Win and Wear. Thfro" no royal road to greatness Men must ever climb to fame ; All the wealth In miser's coffer Wouldn't buy a daathlcsg name. Is a noble goal before you ? Would you freat aehla emenli dare? Brother, then bo up and doing Brother! you must Win and Wear." Toll and labor never stopping Till you make the prize your own ; For you know 'Ua "constant dropping Wean away the hardest atone." Never lack sublime endeavor, Nor mid cheerless toil despair; If you'd rise above your follows, Brother! you must Win and Wear." 'Tis the lesson Nature teaches All throughout her wide domain ; And the text from which she preaches Is " that labor leads to gain." Moral worth and honest merit Brigl.tor crowns than monarch" bear These you never can inherit ; Brother? these you " Win and Wear." Orient Pearls at Ranflom Strniis The soul that sinucth shall die. AVhosocvfrwinncthaBoul is wise, and will hide a multitude of sins. Living and dying do not go by brobabilitics. Ono thought good or bad fil...

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