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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 18 May 1871

! PULASKI, TENN; THURSDAY, MAY 18th, 1371. Nashville and Decatur Itailroud lie parlures. rsenger Train going North, 12.40 r. at " ... 12.20, a. u. Freight ' S 85, m. raec (ft r Train going South, 11.40 X. at. ... li 42 p. m. Frciptt " - - - 15.40 r. u. tSTTickets to all points North and South T. S. WESTMORELAND, Agent. W. C. Sfekce b our authorized Traveling Agent. Mr- W. G. Ikman in agent of the Citizek at Bethel. Sea Moss Farine at Voss' Price 25 eents per bor. feb2-.f Wanted. 10,000 bushels of Wheat at Vale Mills. No. 1, or any quality. Cash paid on delivery. tf - N. F. Cheaius fc Co. Fresh Scpplies of Confectioner ies aiul Family Groceries and any quantity of "fixings" just received at Jxo. W. Diek it Co's. Those Fresh Supplies at Jno. "W. Diek & Co.'s will be disposed of below cost, simply because so many of them are sold that the proprie tors can afford it. " Just Received. The finest Chewing Tobaccos in town, including "Log Cabin," "Ca ble Twist" and "Premium Fine Cut," j...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 18 May 1871

U si. 0 l 1.. W. McCOaO, Proprietor. OFFICS NOBTH-EABT OOJt. SQUABX-nr STAIBS. TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollars per Annum, la Adysnce. List of Price for Adrerti'nr: 1 m 8 m. j 8 m. 6 m. lyr 260 ti I t I 8 10 4 S 10 I 15 8 10 12 I 19 5 10 13 15 20 10 15 IS 25 I 40 18 18 20 SO 1 60 15 80 5 40 I 76 20 , 80 40 80 ( 150 1 square, 3 squares S squares 4 squalen J. column column column 1 column PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, MAY 18th, 1871. Small Farms. Small farms make near neigh bors; they make good ro a d3j, they make plenty of good schools and churches; there is more money made in proportion to the labor; less labor is wanted ; everything is krpt neat; less wages have to be paid for help; less time i3 wastpd; more is raised to the acre, because it is tilled better; there is no watch iDg of hired men; the mind is not kept in a worry, a 8tew, a fret all tho time. There is not much fear of a drouth, of ' wet weather, of a frost, of small prices. There is not much money to be paid out for ag ri...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 May 1871

PC JB. T. GREGORY, Artist. Photographs, ambbottpes oil Portraits, (life size, or any size ), Water Color Pictures, India Ink Pictmea of ail Deacriptiona, taken at reasonable rates, and In the Highest Style of the Art. Chrome. Engraving, Lithographs. Pho tographo, Albums, &c, always on hand and For . Sale Cheap. Old Pictures copied and enlarged to any tize. 'lst'"Mnin St. Soutli, Nearly Opposite National Bank. ap20y II. II C ARTY, PULASKI. TENN, OFFICE: Near May's Corner, on MADISON STREET. apG W- A- MANNING, Jeweler and Watchmaker, (Vp-Sttir tfaUtnllneU &uthet Corner,) PULASKI, - - TENNESSEE. REE PS ooni-tsntlv on hand and Bells for , vary small profits all binds of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which are always warranted to be as repre ss tod. All Repairing Done Promptly. jan6-ly. 3 O. LESTER Attorne and Councellor at Law. ITLASKl, TENN. Will (r-.e prompt attention to all busi Bess entmnted to him. AMOS It. RICHARDSON, Att'yand Counsellor at Law PULASKI, ENN. Will practice i...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 May 1871

; I; lie I.. tV. McCORO, Proprietor. SrriCE yor-TB-E&tT COS. HCllE-Cf STAIKS- TEElIc" OK feUBECBIPTION. Two Dollars pr Atasn, ia Advanc. PULASKI. TENN, THURSDAY. MAY 25th, 1S71. Cotton brought li for low raid dling in Nashville yesterday. Gold clooe-i ia New York yester day at 1.11$. Tennessee Boade were quoted at 71 J for old issues and 71 1 for new, ia that city. Cotton was Tjuoted there on the tame day 16 J for low middling. Tu:: Nashville Banner saja 10, 196 coupons, amounting to 1-305,-8 SO, were cancelled by the Comp troller "Wednesday, 17th. These were the coupons paid eoae time sgo by the Nashville and Decatar railroad in the retirement of it3 in debtedness to tho State. Several gentlemen connected with the Louisville and Nat.hvil!e rail road were on a visit to Montgome ly last week. The Daily Advertis er Eayi they were gratified to see the proapcct.1 ot that city so bright, and they remarked that ia a few months Louisville and Montgomery would shake haucU every twenty f...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 May 1871

lie Uigjeij. PULASKI, TENN THURSDAY, MAY 25th, 1871. Nashville acd Decatnr Kailroad De partures. rssenger Train going North, 12 AO r. u " " - - - 12.20, a. u Freight " . - - - 8.85, a.m. Passenger Train going 8outh, 11.40 a. m " - - - 11 42 P. M. Freight " 12-40 p.m. CETTickeU to all point North and South T. S. WESTMORELAND, Agent. W. C. SrENCE is our authorized Traveling Agent. Mr. W. G. Inman is agent of the Citizen at Bethel. Sea Moss Farine at Voss' Price 25 eenta per box. feb2-;f Furniture of all kind3 for sale cheap for cash at Oakes & Miller's Aiayl8-2t Wanted. 10,000 bushels of Wheat at Vale Mills. No. 1, or any quality. Cash paid on delivery. tf N. F. ClIEAIRS fc Co. The first thing a sensible young man should do is to marry a good woman the next thing is to go to Oakes & Miller's and buy a sett of Good Furniture. ml8-2t "What is home without a moth er," is the title of a song; but "what is home without some of Oakes k Miller's fine Furniture," is a modern strain su...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 May 1871

I.. V. Jict'OIH), Proprietor. OFFICE NORTH-EAST to. B(JDABK-CP STAIRS. TEKMfc OF KLBSCKIPTION. Two Dollars por Annum, in Advance. PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY. lAT 25th, 1871. Jfarm'ljcuxc- (Harden. How to Keep Meadows. Hay crops arc very exhausting to the laml, and will soon make the fcurface of an- toil unproductive, by taking ofTmore than is put on. Old meadows, to be kept profita ble, must have a top dressing after each mowing, or they will run out in a few years, and have to be plow ed and sowed with a new crop of grass. Stable and barn-yar-1 ma nure is very valuable for this pur pose, but is by no means the ony material that can be used to profit. AeheF, lime, muck and plaster will keep up auy meadow pay their cost, and leave a good proCt. A good super-phosphate, judiciously ap plied, will pay well for top-dressing. As to the best time for applying them, we prefer the fall, though there is probably much less choice as to the time than most farmers suppose. It is a bad practice to g...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 1 June 1871

-v . - -S-. - rtf VOLUME 13. PULASKI TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1871. NUMBER 22 mm. J. : T. GREGORY, Artist. IJTTOTOGRAPHS, AM B ROT Y PES U! Portraits, (life ;ze, or nnv size , Water C)or Picture, lii'lia Ink Pk-tu ea 'of nil Day-notion, taken ut reasonable rate, and Iii the Highest Style : v""! of tho Art. CJiromoH, Tneravl'ix, LithngrupliS. Pho tograph, Al.Suiu, &c, awuy on hand an. I For ;SaIo 'Cheap. Old Pietnres corned and enlarged toanysiza. 1st Mnin fr-t. South., ... Nearly Oppoi-ite National Bunk. aj20y ioyH; II!CAETY;!0 ; PULASKI. TENN. OFFICE: Near May V Corner,; on MADISON STREET. . p6 ,3 f O. , LESTER - ; Attorae .ani Couacellor,;at Law; PULASKI, TENPf. Will ft-e prompt attention to all busi ae. entrusted t him. - . AMOS H. r.ICHAIlDSO, Att'y and Counsellor at Law PULASKI, EX.f. Will practice in Giles and adjoining coun ties. " OTiceiMa's U'ock.l.'pSturs ; nov 8-ly " ....... TM.JONEI. o. . JONES. O.T. JONES. thos, u. ; Jones & so:vs. ' Attorneys at Law, . I - ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 1 June 1871

Bggjff,u:"JiU'i'M :'! i r I - .1 1 i i 1 : ! 1 4 ; L. W. McCOUO, Proprietor. errirK foKTB-EiJiT ccs. SQCACt-cr arisa. TiKi:e of euBtciurriuy. ro Dollar pir Ariaum, in Advance. PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, JUNE 1st, 1S71. Dlsp-racefal. frtile going to Nashville oa .the train laet Saturday -we Trera forced to witaeaa a disgraceful, scene in the suburb cf Franklin that cer ' taiu'v demands tucii action ficm tie citizens cf that ton as will prevent ita repetition. Whila the traia rras passing ia close proximi ty to tha creek at that place the .pa-sengersKere ttartled. iy a jell that would bars dona credit-to a bind, of savages aad upon looking cutcfthe car wiadot-rs were iavol vatarilj cot-spelled for a raoinent, at least, "to gais upoa 'a. crowd of youa rowdlsa'aad ruSans, entire ly caked, (a!?cf whora were white and tarns fully grown,) who were erpesing their persons ia the most fchamcfal manner and endeavoring by ihcckinly iadecent gestures to attract the atteatioa of passengers. As tha ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 1 June 1871

: li 53 e- g -xjjt.. j ? 3 Hi : T i e- -- fiia fcra lie .(aJitiafti. PULASKI, TENN THURSDAY, JUNE 1st, 1871. Nhrill and Decatur It ail road jic parturtts. Passenger Train going North, H.43 r. at " 11.50, A. M. Freight - - 85, a. M. Paeeengt r Train going JSauth, 11.40 a. m " 11 at r. ac. freight " - - - 1S.4 r.M. EfiTTickot to all point North and South T.S. WESTMORELAND, gent. LOCAL DOTS. Regal June, with her diadem of flowers and her body-guard of flies, ha.9 arrived. W. C, Spencje is Traveling Agenu cur authorized 31k. Y. G. Inmak is agent of the Citizen at Bethel. Sea Moss Farine at Vosa' Price 25 eents per box. feb2-,f Furniture of ail kinds for sale cheap for cash at Oakea dc Miller's i!ayl8-2t Wanted. 10,000 bushels of Wheat at Vale Jlills. No. 1, or any quality. Cash paid on delivery. tf N. F. Cheairs & Co. Wm. James is selling choice Round Steaks at his Meat Market at the exceedingly low price of 10 cents per pound. Other Steaks and Roasts at 8 cents. House-keepers shoul...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 1 June 1871

I.. y. JieCOUD, Proprietor. Orrirl NORTH-ABT .C. SQCABE-CP TA1R8. TKEMt OF SUBSCKirTION. -Twj Dollars, per Annum, in Advance. PULASKI, TENN, -" THURSDAY, JUNE 1st, 1S71. ann-)buse---gjardcn. Bees. The raising of honey bees is profitable and serves to keep ju venile farmers from mischief. 7 Ev ery farmer should raise bees, but none should attempt it without !v n:o standard treatise on bee cul ture. Ail US EN EST FOR CuiLDBEN. Al low children on the farm to enjoy themselves with such",, .harmless games as they kaow. A little -cart or eled pjd together by a child will afford more amusement than 'one ccjsting many 'dollars. BAK.ss.-If the barn iV rightly built and conveniently feituated, it 13 a useful appendage to the farm. When possible it 6hould be on the south eide of the hilL Mr. Geo. E. Warren, of Newport, li. I., ha3 a barn three etories high, besides the ce!lart and every floor can be reach ed with a wagon. hx-Yards. -There are many ways of using and abusing barn j-ards. Those w...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 8 June 1871

"n f Aw W5 VOLUME 13. PULASKI, TE5INESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1871. NUMBER 23 ik-L i I 1 i. ! 'ru .1 Vis ! (' f) ! i ll ! i . f .1 v-.i ; i zr- n GREGORY, Artist. PnoToosArns. ambkotypes. oil Portraits, ( li fo size, or any sire), Water Color Pictures, India Ink I'ietuiea of oil Descriptions, taken at reasonable rates, and In. the Iligliest Style . - .of the Art. Chromos, Engravings, Lithographs, Pho tograph, Albums, fcc, always on hand and For Sale - Clieap. Old I'iotnres copied and enlarged to any size. 1st Main St. Sbntli, Nearly Opposite National Back. ap20y . II." ITCABTY, PULASKI, TENN, OFFICE: Near May's Corner, on ' " MADISON STREET. ap8 ,J,q. LESTER., Attorne and Councellor at Law, PULASKI, TEXN. Will gi prompt attention to all busi ess entrusted to him. 'AIIOS B. RICHARDSON, Att'f and Counsellor at Law .; PULASKI, ENN. Will practice in Giles and adjoining coun ties. - Office: May's Block-UpStairs . novS-ly . . .. T M. JONKS. O. X. J0HX8. o. r. loHii. TII03. II. JONES & ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 8 June 1871

f m.jmx3L-u.m..t ji JumtuiijummtxmmmaemaaieamemammmaBmmmtiim m .v.u.'-i -wwrji Arm ia i awim iiimiiiii griiiiiii iiiuaiLamJjagMW' I.. W. McCOKU, Proprietor. OFHi i. soRTu-rtstioj. gqcAtE-cr tajb. TKEMi OF Sl'liSCUll'TIOJf. Two Dollar per Annum, in Advance. "PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, JUNE 8th, 1571. Cotton broulit 17 J for low mid dling in Nashville yesterday.. . : ; .The State cf Paris. Order is bcin restored in Paris ami affairs are settling down into a peaceful condition. artial !a-.v is established, and according to the j!an prepared by Marshal JlcJIa hon, the cit3' is divided into four military commr.mls, with Generals Vinoy, L'Admirault, Douay and Oissey at the ho d of . each. Tlie civil power, for the time being, id transferred to the military, and the city is closely watched by the sol diers. No one is permitted to leave or enter without the necessary pass from the commander-in-chief. The greatest precautions are observed, and j et attempts at assassination nnd arson arc many ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 8 June 1871

y ;1B if V j l2J '17 5 il ! i cf " r y PULASKI,' TExN'N ; THURSDAY, JUNE 8th, 1871. Nashville and Decatur KaiJrtmtiiJt: parttire. Iyengar Train going North, 12.00 m ; . - - - 12.20, A. K. Freight. - - - ; S 85, a. . I'awngcrTraia going South, 12.00 u. . , - - 11 45 P. M. Frelgbt " - - - 12.40 p.m. fSTTickets to all point North and South T. S.'WESTMOnE LANi, Agent. . Vf'i d SrvvcE is bur authorized Traveling Agent. ; 31k. TV. G. Inman is agent of the Citizkn at Bethel..- ' Sea Moss Farine at Voss' Price 25 ecnts per bo. feb2-.f Wanted. 10,000 bushels of Wheat at Vale Mills. No. 1, or any quality. Cash paid on delivery. tf N. F. CUEAIR3 k Co. Knight's Meat Market is open night and day. He is always ready to supply the public with Ice in a ny qaantity, as well as with Fresh Meat Ile liai a'splendid ice chest and fcnstomers bah rely upon getting their steaks and roasts fresh, jl-2 A'yoang inan whose name we withhold: was before the County Court last Tuesday on the charge of bastardy. Th...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 8 June 1871

lie tttm. I.. W. JIcCORU, Proprietor. rric yoiri-iUT to. sacABs-rr staiss. TEEM.P OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two Lellars per Annum, In Advance. PULASKI. TENN7 THURSDAY. JUNE 8tb. 1871. X standing antidote for poison by dew, poison oak, try, etc., is to take a handful of quick lime, dis solve in water, let it stand half an hour then paint the poisoned parts -with it. Three or four applications r i'.i never fail to cure the most ag gravated cases. Poison from bees, hornets, spider bites, etc., is in stantly arrested by the application of equal parts of common salt and bicarbonate of soda, Trell rubbed in on the place bitten or stung; Sect.be a Home: A man -with a family thould own the house in which he dwells, if it be in hia pow r to make such an acquisition. When a working man owns his farm he feels stronger, more confi dent, more cheerful and much hap pier in the midst of all worldly tri al than he would or could feel if he were without eo substantial an encouragement, eo to Epeak, for his p...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 15 June 1871

i $ I s I f ! 0 r. ATr .1 V0LU3IE 13. PULASKI, TEXXESSEE, THUKSDAY,". . JTOE 15, 1871. KUMBR 24 ( i i . .ii it ill b in of r re: ,nd iat. . 14 sc. lie ID,. ITS rnish ny I OK TO 1 to B. T. GREGORY Artist. TjnOTOQRAPIIS, AMBROTYPE3. OIL JL Portraits, (life hire, or any sire), Water Color Pictures, India Ink Pictuiea'of all Descriptions, taken at reasonable rate, and ' III the Highest-Style of tbo Art. Chromog, Engravings, lithographs, Pho tographs, Albums, &c, always on hand and For Sale Cheap. Old Pictures copied and enlarged to any size. 1st Main St. South, Nearly Opposite National Bank. ap20y Li LFCABTY, PULASKI, TENN, OFFICE: Near May's Corner, on .MADISON STEEET. apG ' 3 C. LESTER 'Attorns and Councellor at Law. PULASKI, TEXX. Will triTe profhrt attention to all buai- teas entrusted to bim. AMOS H. BICHARDSOIT, ATt'y and Counsellor at Law , - PULASKI, - ESN. Will practice in Giles and adjoining conn 'ties. Office: May s Block-UpStai rs nor 8-ly ' XU.lOttKt. . . JOHKS. O. T. J...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 15 June 1871

fe3 "Si V ( i ( 1 M ii ! t .! i i i 1 1 I) i ! t I W. JlcCOKU, Proprietor. ! FTICB KOlTI-IilT t0. XiCABB-VF tTltU. " TKKMS Os BCBSCK1PTION. Two Del". psr Annum, in Advance. PULASKI. TENN, THURSDAY, JUNE 15tb, 1871. Cotton brought 17 j for low mid dling in Nashville yesterday. Snow Stcra la June The tele graph inform3 us that there wa a snow storm at Birmingham Eng land, on the 10th inst, LrcrcfcE. Rev. Wxa Stodpard of Brick Church, delivered a lecture la Nashville on Tuesday e veiling last, on' "celibac y hy experience and courtship from observation. A Westcrx Papih thinks that Sherman cannot be elected . Presi dent for the same reason thnt Ste phen A-Doujlaa wa3 notnamely' that he spells negro "nigger." A very strong argument indeed. The New York Hrald, taking a goiierai survey of all iti Southern erirharip-e?. finds that there is a o growing feeling in favor of the maintenance of law and order to put down agitftfcon and agitators. by securing permanent peace and quiet, encourage i...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 15 June 1871

lie $Utecu. PULASKI, TENNi : THURSDAY, JUNE 15th, 1871. Nashville aid Decatur It ail road Oe- . parture. Paaiangar Train going North, 12.00 u 12.20, a. u. Freight - - - - 85, a. h. raaaangtrTrain going Sooth, 12.00 x. i. - - 11 45 r. u. Freight " 12.40 i. m. JjTTickets to all point North and South T."S. WESTMORELAND, Agent. W. C. Spesice is our authorized Traveling Agent. Mb. W. G. Inman is agent of the Citizen at Bethel. Sea Moss Farine at Voss' Price 25 cents per Lux. feb2-.f Wanted. 10,000 bushels of Wheat at Vale Mills. No. 1, or any quality. Cash paid on delivery. - tf N. F. CKEAIR3 & Co. Pulaski Cemetery. The following Trustees and offi cers of Pulaski Cemetery are re quested to attend a meeting at the office of the Clerk and Master in Pulaski on the 4th Saturday in June at 4 o'clock p. m., for the pur pose of transacting important bus iness: E. Edmnndson, President; James McCallum, Titos. M. Jones, Jno. C. Brown, Caleb Osborn, J. B. Childers, 15. F. Carter, Hugh F. Ewing,...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 15 June 1871

r I i 1 i:n I-" h i L. Wr SIcCOKD, Proprietor. CrrjCE NOHTH-XAST COS. SQUARE-TP STAISS. TEEM? OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollars per Annum, ia Advance. PULASKI, TENN. THURSDAY, JUNE 15th, 1S71. IQouxe (garden. Agriculture. 1. All land on which clover or grasses are grown must either have lime on it naturally or it must he ar tificially supplied In the form of --stone 'lime, oyster shell lime, or marl. ' '. 2. -All permanent improvements of lands must look to lime as its basis. 3. Lands which have been in cul tivation will be benefitted by appli cations in the form of bone dust guano, native phosphate of lime, compost of fish, ashef, or in oys ter shell lime, or inarl, if the land needs liming also. 4. No laud can be preserved in a high state of fertility unless clover and the grasses are cultivated in the course of rotation. 5. Iilold i.j indispensible in every noil, and a healthy supply can alone ba preserved through the cultiva tion of clover and the grasses, the turning in of green cro...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 22 June 1871

Ij y 4 6 M Y f, V IVS V ! S- 5 1 5 ( I i 3 VOLUME 13, PULASKI, TEXXESSEE, THURSDAY, JUKE 22, 1871. SU3IBER 25 ff i f i 1 1 5 f I ! I r B. T. GREGORY, Artist. PnoTooRAPns, ambrotypes. oil Portraits, (life size, or any size), Water Color Pictures, India Ink Pictuies of all Descriptions, taken at reasonable rales, and In the Highest Stylo of the Art. CUroaios, Engravings, Lithographs, Pho tographs, Albums, &c, always on hand and Ior Sale Cheap. Old Pictures copied and enlarged to any site. O- A T..LEBY 1st Main St. South, Nearly Opposite National Bank. ap20y A Ki Metallic Bass job AETTPICIAL TEETH. TT HAS BEEN TIIOP.OUGHLY TESTED, JL and ia nigbiv approved by tbe protest! ou. It is far superior to the "liubber Base." CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN t my Office, Madison St., near May's corner. uayl9-lm M. McCAETY, 3 C. LESTER Attcrne and Councellor at Law, PULASKI, TEXPf. Will frive prompt attention to all busi- sesa entrusted to liim. ALIOS E. RICHARD SOX, Att'y and Counsellor at Law PULASKI...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 22 June 1871

(SI! I 'i li t i 1- : Or, ih l yy. HcCOIiD, Proprietor. cf ici Koara-im cos. nQUA&t-rr staiks. 1EKMS OK BUUbCUIPTIUN. Two Dollar per Annum, in Advance. Lit of I'rica for Advertivng: 1 ra I 2 ra. ! 8 ra. 6 m. I If r 1 square, 2 cqnarea 8 aqcarea 4 qu ai e column j2 column column 1 column 5,50 i 6 & 10 li 15 20 I 6 10 15 IS 0 S 10 12 15 55 80 i) 60 tio 15 lit 10 12 IS 20 25 40 I 20 I 40 150 , SO PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, JUNE 22d, 1S71. Jefferson Davis' Speecli. The late un fortunate speech of Jlr. JrrFiF.soN Davis places that gentleman in a position which, his warmest fricada are constrained to condemn and lament. Emerging from a retirement that had added dignity.if possible, to Lee, and com raanded the profoundest admiration of his cnemiep, Mr. Davis, the head and front of the late Confedcrac-, unlike his lamented and illustrious lieutenant, has only come forth up on the etngo of politics, to array himself in hostility to the people whose blood was eo freely shed for the caus...

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