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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 29 June 1866

THE PULASKI CITIZEN. I VOLUME 8. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1866, NUMBER 26. s BUSINESS CARDS, B. A. WILIOX, V. A. CARTER, B. X. JAMXI. YILSON, CAE. TEE CS CO., COTTON FACTORS, AMD WBOLESALB AMD RETAIL DKALXBS IN I Groceries & Plantation Supplies, No. 19 MAIN hTItEET, Corner Washington, juno 1J accural, tb.vw. COIIHEECIAL HOTEL, Comer Cedarand Cherry Streets, ISTasliville, Tennessee, T tt T1TTT TTTT1 T Tl..-.i'ntnii Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. G. WILSON, Clerk. Thia Hotel has been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor desires a liberal patronage or the traveling puoi.c. (may NATHAN ADAMS, Ofllce in Court-house next to Post Office, WILL PRACTICE LAW In rhmpprv find Circuit courts of Giles. He will J Attend to the Collection of Claims agalnft the U. S. for Bounty, Fenaion, Back Pay, or claims for property and cftarg nothing in tuch cae until llie ?noiiey u coiuciea. iluu SOLOIST E. HOSE, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PULASKI, TENN. Offi...

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. — 29 June 1866

i - N- T-gi'.-'-frf-fg'-.T-iar.T.i 'I.. VS.'. McCOKU, Kditor nd Publi her. p-aw in the rizht tho Printing Press should b, Tim tyrant's tfve, the champion cf the free; Puithful ar. ! constant to its sacred trust Calm ini:s nttor.mce, in its iudgmcnts just; T7h! in ita teaching; incorrupt and etrong Toped the right and to denounce trc wrong. 'PAY MORNING. JUNE 23. 1866. j A Noted Trial, ""special dispatch, says the Nashville fi-'ch, announces the termination of the in the Circuit Court of Knox county, ; day, of J. R. McCann, J. C. Ramsey, ?3n ItoJdv, aDd W. C. Kain. They indicted for murder, and the charge Ittempted to be substantiated by prov Jiat they were members of a Rebel arlial which ordered the haninw in citizens in the fall or winter of After a patient hearing of the case y returned a verdictof not guilty a3 f the defendants. fact id thus judicially established jie State has no power to try an officer va'.e of the late Rebel army for offen pmmitted in carrying out the orders o...

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. — 29 June 1866

Ifotelu Cittern L..W. IlcCOUD, Editor and Publisher. orricB o. east oorxeb public square vt btaibs. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollar per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at $2,00 p-?r sounre, (10 line or less, in this type," for the i'.n'., una 75 cents for e&ch subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions desired will be inserted and charged for &t the regular rates until ordered out. Aiertisements must be paid quarter yearly in advance-. Those inserted for 8 months or less, must be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; farther renewals charged one dollar per square. Advertisements from a distance must be accom panied with the cash in every instance. The advertising of a house or firm will be strictly limited to its own immediate business Calls on persons to become candidates, and polit ical circulars charged as advertisements, and wil not...

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. — 29 June 1866

Hfutelu &xtmx. 1 W. McCORI), IMitor and Publisher. Fib in the right the Printing Press abould be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; Faithful and constant to iu sacred trust Calm in its utterance inita judgments just; Wise in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To speed the right and to denounc-the wrong. IDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1866. Brevities and News Items. Ir falsehood paralyzed the tongue, what eath-like silence would pervade society. .Jeadtifcl was the reply of a venerable iitleraan to the question, whether he was the land of the liviog: "Na, but I am al t there." E latest invention is the "palpitating n" for the ladies, which gently 'heaves' e touch of an "emotional spring" con- wd under the left aim. n acquaintance of ours, who is mildly ne, being a6ked what kind of wood he posed the Freedman's Bureau was made replied, "Ebony." An exchange says one of the chief enjoy ments of an editor is to know that people who do not pay for their papers are about the only ones ...

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. — 6 July 1866

, " ' ' rrnTnTTTii . ; ; ' irhir tit a niri nTrmirrTZTrrmT S v VOLUME 8, PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FitiDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1S66, 0 NUMBER 27, i jehudj r u jjpmi ji i mjjuii n q BUSINESS CARDS, t. A. WILSON, X. A. CAETEE, B. H. JAKES. WILSON, CARTER & CO., COTTON FACTORS, A WHOLESALE ASD BIT AIL DEALER IN Groceries & Plantation Supplies, No. 104 MAIN hTREJT, Corner Washington. jane 1J memi-jhs, tens. COLIHEIICIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedarjand Cherry Streets, JSTasliville, Tennessee, J. G. TULGHUM, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 NMtti Summer St., J. C. "WILSON, Clerk. This Hotel hasboen lately refitted on J newly fur nished. The proprietor desire a liberal patronage of the traveling public. may 13-Cm NATHAN ADAMS, Office in Court-house next to Post Office, W ILL PRACTICE LAW ia Chancery and Circuit courts of Giles. Ho will Attend to the Collection of Claims gainrt the U. S. for Bounty, Tension, Back Pay, or claims for property and rliarge nothing in ruck cat until re mout it collected. feb 1...

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. — 6 July 1866

i rvrr .T.-iTWi"Mr I.. W McCORl), Mitor nd Publi-her. Turn in the right tha Printing Press should be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; Vaithful and constant to its sacred trust Calm in its utterance in its judgments just; "Wise in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To speed tii right and to denounce tV-e wrong. AY MORNING. JULY 6t1, 18C6. Ifolona Xtirn gavs that Rev. Mat- f - evenport. Sr., who, on the 11th day , 1866, will be one hundred years of ill on that day God willing, preach tUWH ui uikviuua. a9 lias uccu m j?r of the Primitive Baptist Church hty years, and a minister of the goa- -rly aa long. Ha desires to meet on sion, the ministers of the gospel Christian denomination and all ns of every persuasion. The pub- j rally is invited to attend. is. into Court!" The Legislature parity, has given three of the cities neseeo a MetroDolitan police. Mem- vaa the first to receive this blessing .'cally. The Commissioners were sp ited, organized, adopted rules appointed jforce...

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. — 6 July 1866

Z Vf. McCORD, Editor and Publisher. orncx yo. zast corxzr rcblio square vp stairs. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at 2,00 per sauare, (10 lines or less, in this type,- for the first, una 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the nnmber of insertions desired will be inserted and charged for at the regular rates until ordered out. Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 8 months or less, must b accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are permitted torenew quarterly free of charge; further renewals charged one dollar per square. Advertisements from a distance must be accom panied with the cash in every instance. The advertising of a house or firm will be strictly -limited to its own immediate business Calls on persons to become candidates, and polit ical circulars charged as advertisements, and wil not be inserted without the ca...

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. — 6 July 1866

iNEiVV ALViltiiail,M 1 lh. SI:SCELLiNE0US. BUBDETT'S COLUMN, 3 KTTTTT 4 TMrTlTl TToni Ti -XTmr L. W. MrCORl), Editor and Publisher. Firm in the right the Printing Pre?a should bo, The tyrant's foe, tho champion of the free; Faithful and constant to its sacred trust Calm in its utterance, in Its judgments just; "Wise in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To ppeed the right and to.dcnounco the wronf . VIDAY MORNING, JULY Cth, 1C66. The right man in the right placo a hug- Sid at home in the evening. All "Center" and no circumference (he Fenian affair. Slight changes make great differences. f 'Dinner for nothingi' is quite agreeable, ut you can't say as much of "nothintr for Snner N'fixrianofft rnmM in u with a notio.ft A ''Truth i3 crowded out of this issue." 1 'is is almost as bad as the up-country itor, who said, "For the evil effects of .,. : : j:i. ... ..i,.:.i . As exchange says that a lady in putting ji her corset, is like a man who drinks to nrnwn hia rrriof hapfl MQa in Mfln. a...

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. — 13 July 1866

TTD J 1 j t i VOLUME 8. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1866, NUMBER 28, BUSINESS CARDS, 1. 4. WJHOS, M. A. OABTX, H. M. JAXES. I7IIS02T, CAETER CO., COTTON FACTORS, MS WHOT.E8AL AND BZTAII, DEALERS IJC Groceries & Plantation Supplies, No. 194 MAIN STREET, Corner Washington, (June 1J kehphii, tzits. G01XHERCIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedarjand Cherry Streets, HSaslavillej Tennessee, J. G. ' iPULGHUII, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 Ncrth Summer St., J. G. 'WILSON, Clerk. This Hotel baabcon lately refitted and newly fur sUbe4. The proprietor dtbirea a liberal patronage of tbe traveling public. may 18-6m NATHAN ADAMS, OS.ee in Court-house next to Post 0S.ce, " WILL PRACTICE LAW In Chaacery and Circuit courU of Giles. II& will Attend to the Collection of Claims against the U. S. for Eornty, Pension, Back Tay, or claims for property and charge nothing in such (ie$ until the money it collected. fob 16-6in SOLOX E. HOSE, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, A rULASKI, TENN. Olllco in...

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. — 13 July 1866

(3 I. VF. McCORD, Editor fend Publi-.her. .. Firm in the riLt the Printing Presa should be, The tyrant' fe, tlie champion of the free; " Faithful and constant to its sacred trust - Calm in its utterance in Its ju Jgmc-r.ta just; "WXiC In its teaching; iucorrupt and strong To speed, tho-riht afil! to Eeaouuoo tfceirrong. rRTjTX.t-A .SICE, ;p D.V. r i!ORtNINOKJ U LY.. 1 3th, , 1 866. V 'Ja's." S." DmenVsQ. -:; ! HE thVR3'li?ali"an(f,tlie present State vrnT 3nt."""He "haa written a letter in ;d? says'lhe .Legislature, is an "lrregu- .-j arnj'p'stitational,"bodyj and has no au- to acV upoanlhe "Constitutional r 18 -eot. We make the following ex-' ttihjetterr-''j ti " 's P3r3"6locVa a memberof the , . se m bl y 6 fibe S ta te o f Te n ri e 66 e e ,! 4 1 ot fail to remember that I repre t lbhi iootfrty ,of 'tGile3, jn which coun'y inabeen for? eighteen, moathi previ Uteli election, Wb'v? ; Not; because 1 da of t Giles county.4 prevented my d. to, .put because an army men e, and because th...

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. — 13 July 1866

Ct-. Ij.jW. 'IcCOHD, Editor ad Publisher." 0FTIC8 SO. EAST CORNER PUBLIC 8QUABE CP STAIRS. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Fonr Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisement inserted at $2,00 per square, (10 lines or Ices, in this type,1! for the first, and 75 cents tor each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked 'with the number of insertions desired will be inserted and charged for at the regular rates until ordered out. , ' . I t : - ' List oT Prices for Advertis'ug: 1 mo j 2 Laos. 3mos. j Cmos. lyr. tSw-T tiCv-U18 Of?." 2 aqu&res 8,50 11 15 13 25 8 squares 12 15 18 25 80 4 squaiei 14 18 28 80 I 85 H column 15 20 25 25 I 60 4 column,. 18,- 22 , 89 , : -83 ( 60 H ' column1 1 25 's '80 'J j 40 ' f 60 - I IS 1 column 80 40 55 j 75 j 110 Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in ayanco.- .JThoge inserted for 3 months or less, must be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti cers ar i permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; farther rc-osa...

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. — 13 July 1866

&4 it I Botis in IIoksi3. Make a strong tea of Mullen and drench the animal with a quart of it. Never fails. NEW ADVEIIIISEM' NTS BUEDETTS COLUMN, 3 L. "V. JtfcCOTU, Editor end rubli-lier. Firm in the right the Printing Preaa should be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; Faithful and conntant to its sacred trust Calm in its utterance in its judgments just; Wise in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To speed thu right and to denounce the wrong. PULASKI, TEISnLT- ,TIIDAY MORNING, JULY 13th, 1866. V The "utter" most part of the earlh are "nosed to be the part where there are j.vouen. -VrnT cannot a deaf man be legally con bd? Because it is not lawful to con- 7 a man without a hearing. n ia caiil tViaf. n VflnL'PA Via a inranffl a . ... " - I lind of yeast, that makes bread eo light " 'i pound of it only weighs six ounces. 'ditor down East said that he hoped able to present a marriage and death jinal matter in his columns, but un ately a thaw broke up the wedding, i doctor ...

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. — 20 July 1866

tit 1 n 7JIIH i N 0 VOLUME 3. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAY ; MORNING, JUL! 20, 1866, NUMBER 29. r T BUSINESS CARDS, B. A. WILSON, 11. A. CiKTIB, H. it. JAMES. WILSON, CARTER & CO., COTTON FACTORS, " AND WHOLESALE iSD EETAIL DEALERS M Groceries & Plantation Supplies, No. )'Jl MAIN MREET, Comer "Washington, junlj mehphis, tN COnilERCIAL HOTEL, Corner Ccdarand Cherry Streets, INasliville, Tennessee, J. G. FULGHUM, Proprietor, Formerly of North Summer St., . J. G. WILSON, Clerk. This Hotel Las been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor desires a liberal patronage of the traveHug public. . may 13-Sm NATHAN ADAMS, Office in Court-house next to Post Office, " WILL PRACTICE LAW in Chancery and Circuit courts of Giles. lie will ' Attend to the Collection of Claims. ' ogainftthe U. S. for Bounty, Pension, Back Pay, or claims for property and charg notlung in tuch cae$vntil tfi money it criUecUd. feb 16-6nv SOLON E. HOSE, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PULASKI, TENN. ' ...

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. — 20 July 1866

V cv. L,. W. McCOIlD, Editor ond Publisher. .FiF.Mjn.the rigUthe Printing Press should be, 'I he tyraiit' loe. Ue. tLampion of the free; Faithful aiid constant K its sacred trust Calm in its utterance in its judgments just; W'mc la iti teaching; incorrupt und strong To rpecd the tight and to denounce tt e wrong. V .'UDAY-MORNlNG, JULY' 20th, 1866. , To tho. People cf Tennessee. f ur deep interest in the present uuaet yi, political condition.- of tha country '.mpts us,a portion of your duly elected Mators and. Representatives to the Con fess of Ithe United States, rto incite your peciat-a'.tenlion' to the call that baa been do for a "National Unioa Convention," Ng'imble in the city cf Philadelphia on Uth day of August next. : Mice the first Monday of December last, have' watched, with intense solicitude, 5 progress of political events in Wash ,.on,and Lave witnessed, -with profound J 9t, the opposition made by the majority yJongrees to the wise and beneficent poli- of restoration rec...

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. — 20 July 1866

Nrtl (r-J Ij. W. TilcCORD, Editor and Publisher. OrriCE 10. EAST COBNEB PCliLIC SQUARE CP STAIRS. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars rr Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at f 2,00 per square, (10 lines or lcs, in this t po,1 for the f rst, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the number of Insertions desired will be inserted and charged for at the regular rates until ordered out. List of Prices for Advertis;ng: 1 square, ! squares 8 squares 4 Bquaies i column column 1 column I 1 mo 2 moa. 3 mos. j 6 mos. j 1 yr. 1 $7I& 17 ' tlO , ! tTS 20 V 8.50- 11 ; ' 15 . i la I. 25 I 12 15 13 I 25 I 80 14 IS 23 I 80 I 5 15 20 25 I 85 CO IS 22 80 I 88 60 25 80 f 40 . J 60 75 30 , 4 J I 55 ' i' 75 110 Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 8 months or les, must t gccoratJttr.ied with the money. Yearly adverti sera art jiermittcd to renew quarterly free cf charge; runner renewals ...

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. — 20 July 1866

I.. W. ItfcCORD, Editor and Publisher. Emm id the right the I'riuting Press should be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; Faithful and con-taut to its sacred trtsst Calm in its utterance in Its judgments just; Wise ia i is teaching; incorrupt and btrong To epeed the right and to denonnca tbe wrong. VFKIDAY MORNING, JULY 20th, 1866. Wit and Justice ia Missouri Tt is well tnown that some of the Judge3 J Missouri are very reluctant to enforce riha law against ministers of the gospel for 'xercising their profession without haviDg jLkeri the test oath, and avail themselves of Lvety pretense to discharge those who are Accused. We tell the following tale as 'tis old us, vouching for nothing: X'l'hree ministers charged with the crime 'preaching the "glorious gospel of the of God," were arraigned before a Judge. ,.ey were regularly indicted, and it was iderstood that tho proof against them was jjderstood that tho proof against the 1 V.1CC11 . I'Are you a preacher?" said tbe Judge to...

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. — 27 July 1866

'. f hi1 ;v-'v' :.rlFfj ! II"-- Ml . Li VOLUME 8. - . BUSINESS CARDS, a. a. wrtso, H.'M. JAJIES. Y7ILS01T, CAETEE & CO., COTTON FACTORS, AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS W Groceries & Plantation Supplies, No. 101 MAIN STREET, Corner Washington.. . June 1J .' vzuthib, ttx. C0III1EB.CIAL HOTEL, Coiaer Ccdariaiid Cherry Streets, JSTaslivillc, Tennessee, J. G. TULGHUH, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. G. WILSON', Clerk. , frvt. TT-t..l Vab.-.-n lately ratted and newly fixr- of the traveling- public. may I:-6ai NATHAN ADAMS, Ofiice in Court-liouse next to Post Office, AVI LI, PRACTICE LAW in r-ho-iftrv nti.l Circuit courts of Giles. He will Attend to the Collection of Claims ML!nttthoU.S. fur Bounty, Tension, Back Tny, a..u;m r,.r i.rimrtv and eliarcie nothing in such SOLON E. ROSE, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, - I'ULASKI, TEXN. Office iu thd ScuLh-w cat Comer of tlio Court; House, WTTJj PltACTICE In the Courts of Giles and adjouning counties, ffel2 AMOS B. RI...

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. — 27 July 1866

L. XV. MeCOItD, L'ditur Pud Publisher. Fiksi in the right the Printing Press should be, The tvrant'a foe, the champion of the free; and constunt to it sacred trut Calm n its ut&oranoe in its judgments just; rYisc in its tea-jLiag; incorrupt and strong . To speed the right and to denounce the wrong. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27th, 1866. "Oh, the Shame!" ... Dr. Craven says that when "twelve strong men'' had, by brute force, rivited heavy thackles upon Jefferson Davis, after a brief period of! insensibility the noble : martyr permitted his manacled feet to rest upon the floor of the cell, and when he heard the clanking of the fetters he audibly exclaim ed, '"Oh, 'the' shame! the shame!!' But the shame" was that of the great nation which permitted this vile act to pass un punished. The fetters no more degraded President Davis than the crucifixion did the Savior of mankind, or the offer of a re-, ward for the head of Gen. George Wash-' incrton made hioi a traitor. There was no shame," th...

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. — 27 July 1866

fioo od inserted without tho cash in advance. Kditorial advertisements and personal communi cations will not be inserted unless paid for in ud vance at double the regular rates. Announcement". Announcing candidates for State or District offi ce ten dollars; county do five; always in advance. Obituaries and tributes of respect over ten lines in length charged fur at tho regular advertising rates. Marriages, deaths and religious notices gratis. :e?tj:iii3;k:i. a?3rnsr7 FRID AY 'M 0 1 IN I NG, J ULY 27 th , 1 C G 6 . W. C. D., Esq'r. We are thankful for your favors, ( Your ads. will bo inserted at the'ptfee you propose! : , Vi - '. ... No Rain Yet. We are still without rain in this locality. It has been six weeks since we have had a seasonable shower. -i' Cotton. NothiDg doing in the Nashrille market. The Banner Bays the market there is quiet as the grave. ' - Law Card. We invite attention to the law card of Jno. G. Wiiitson, Esq. He is a refugee from Radicalism in East Tenn., and now ...

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. — 27 July 1866

NEW ADVERIISEM' NTS MISCELLANEOUS. BURDETTS COLUMN, Sunday School Convention we find the following: Asiosa itha" proceeding ;of the Ohio I.. AV. MrCOIM), I'ditor sd Publisher. Fir.M in the right the Printing Frei?s should he, The tyrr.nt's foe, th champion of the free; . Faithful unci rArt:ittt to its rttcret Inis-t Calm in its utterance in its iudgineiit.- just; AVi-;i; hi teaching; iueorrupt and strong To jijed the riht up 1 to cjjOnce the, wronjr. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27ih', 1B6G. A Chapter on "Woraan-'-A Chemical and Heehanical Analysis. Tlio Mowing is Alplionse Karr's view of tho sex: I wrote you the other day some-. tiling abou. women. Having folded, sealed arid dispatched rny letter, I sat down in my easy chair, following my thoughts as a smoker plays with tho wreaths of smoke that rise from his pipe, and I began to re flect upon a very grave matter a little late to bo sure, but I thought of it nevertheless: it is no longer a question of dividing the other eex into women and ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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