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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 31 August 1871

J, r She PULASKI, TENN THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1S71 Nmhtille and DecHtur Itailroad ie- . - parture. Passenger Train going North, 2.00 r. v " " - - - 12.20, a. M. Freight " - - - 8 55, a. m. Passenger Train fcoing South, 10.32 a. m. " - - - 11 45 p. m. Freight " 1.35 p. M. Freight comes South Mondays, "Wednes day and Fridays trooa North Tuesdays, Tbiir.-vlayj and Saturdays. tJT"Tiok..'talu nil point North and South T. S. WESTMORELAND, Agent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. for Shcrilf. We are authorized to omi'umco Caiit; R. A. MITCHKLL of Lyiiuviilo a candidate for Sheritl'ut the ensuing election. td We are authorized to announce Mr. JNO. RAMSEY JOHNSON a candidate for Slier iff at the ensuing election. Mi$3 Sallie Shapaud will re uume bcr .School for small children at the residence of L. W. JlcCoitn, on E.ist Hill, Monday, Sept'r 4th. A few Jioginncrs in music would al so be taken. td Wanted- 10,000 bushels of Wheat at Vale Mills. No. 1, or any quality. Cash on delivery. tf X. l Ciieaiks it Co. A Good...

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. — 31 August 1871

. rtw -rri . , 1 NAME. LENGTH. XO. PEIi rOLNT. 3-penny 1 inch 557 4 H u - 354 5 " 1 " ' 232 t ' 5 ; - 2 n : ' 167 7 " 2$ " 101 f l ' . ioi -, 10 " 2 " " ' 93 12 M 3 " 54 ' 20 M 3J " 34 Spikes 4 16 Spikes 4 " 12 .Spikes . - 5, " r j-v ; -. 10 "Spikes C " 7 j Spikei 7 44 5 ! : b 1 i - . " ; . . . - ' - . . ... ... . i . .in ' - , -K 11i UJu0.-.&si2cn... X..1V. WcCORD, Proprietor. ortir.i KOl'-TH-KAf T CCIt. PaBABK-PT .'TA JK. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollar jr Annum, !a Advance. Lift of lric:s for Adrertis B; 1 in ! 2 in. I 3 ia. j 6 m. lyr 15 18 t ""Vare, J 2 squares 8 squares 4 quies ( column H column J-f column 1 column I 2.50 I 1 t 4 8 10 13 IS So 23 I 10 8 S 10 1! 15 20 6 10 IS 11 13 15 85 20 40 1,40 1 50 J 20 , 80 J 75 n loi 4 PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1871 To Jleasnrc Coi n in the Crib. Level the corn ii the crib, then measure the length, ljrc.aclth.aucl depth multiply theia together and subtract from the product one-fifth, And you have the number of bush els in...

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. — 7 September 1871

feC....... !,Y ;; 7 ' - - " - -; PULASKI," TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER: 7tli," 1871. : , : -'- . f L is t s , VOLUME 13. GILBERT, .P ARSES & C 0., Grocers and V Commission jUercliants, Ilos. 57 &69 South College Street, Kaehrille, Tena.- "' ' " ' i. -a a ' : r .' tEING located is tha large New Ware House formerly occupied by Geo. C BEING Co., ftirJ having increased facilities for handling COTTOIT '& OTHER PPODUCE, Weiwp with renewed effort to merit a continuation of the liberal patrcnage heretofore .bestowed upon us. v BAGGI1TG AIJD TIES FUEHISHED. Andadvancea made on consignments. ' j ; u24-3m COlum TdIt -rrs - A New Mitallio Bask tob AETIFICIAL -TEETH. ' CALL AN&SEE SPECIMEN1 a? hi j OUicUjIaJison St., Dear May's corner. mByia-lm Zf Mf McC ABTJT. T3CC: LESTER c.U Attorn and tfonQceilof it ."Law,-2 Will (r.Te prompt attention te Uiibpi Dewi entru.sted to nim. AMOS It. RICHAEDSON, Att'y and Counsellor at Law Will practice in Giles and adjoining coun ties. Ollice:....

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. — 7 September 1871

go II maim. L VS. McCOKU, Propri?tr. ZTTtCt. ICTK-t.T .C. CtI-Cr STI. TLXM OF &rKCi.lPT10i. ? DulU.ru J--r Ataxia, la Advaot. Ccttci trcs-t liiUIvji'ir low j ' . Gcli CAsftdta I?8w York ycsUr day J -J. Tiaa Used wsr C5cfo ell issa&ad ?5Jcfbr tew. ajlif latercit isd Dcty. Our reii m til know that we cl doza. bore tliern with jolilical edito rials. Oa the' contrary, we hare t3 cs'trcre to participating In thxt w coasidei 'the cseltss politi cal costrorertWa of the day Uiat we Lave probably refrained at times frCra diavussjng'qnestioca'cf " oa tars that taigbt at Wast have awak tae4 tozzt interest among the peo ple. Is persuing thiacour;-Low- ever, wa .ot oalj coosvItoJ our w5 icliaatiosa, but wa have rea eoa to LelisvQ and know that wt acted ia ccnscsantc with the wish es of bur people. We were glad to e-jethat public catiraeat ia Giles ccuaty at 'cast was uttcrlv iadiUer entto politics .and healthily alive to every question calculated to pro rnotean agricu'tnral spiiit ascng ...

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. — 7 September 1871

6- , PULASKI, TENN-, ? TIllHSDAt, SLT? 7th; -1ST1 NaskriUea4 Deeatar Jlailroad ie- ' panares. - -rMensr'Traia--goin3 North, 2.00 r. u lt.ao, . it. Freight , a. I'uMogd Train tfulnf South, 19.8S a. k. - .. . ,- 11 45 r. K. freight " ' - - l.5 t . Trsigbt comes Soath Monday, Wednes day and Friday ro North Tassdsy, Tkaritdays and flatordaye. lf-TickeUto U poiat Nrth and Pooth - K T.S. t.ESTMOBELAND, Agent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Sheriff". We are entuoriiiJ to 'announee Caot; It. A. MITCHELL of Lynnville acandidat for eboriffut the eotn election.--- td We are authorized, to annocnc Mr. JNO.. BAMSET JOHNSON a candidal for Shcr. itf at th uuir)g elssuon. v ; - - Mus Sallie Shapabd will re sume ber School for small children at the residence of L. "W. McCord, on East Hill, Monday, Sept'r 4th. A few beginners in music would al so be taken. ' ' td " ' Wanted. " 10,000 bushels of Wheat ot Vale MI113. No. 1, or any quality. Cash on delivery. tf N. F. CilEAIE3 & Co. Buchanan and Iiro. notify cus...

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. — 7 September 1871

-l r !(. iilt!. Proprietor. (ir:ci irosra-Siar cot. SQCABsvcr aTa.. TKKM OF 8CBSCKIPTIOIT. Two Hollar ir Annua, in AdnnO 'IT l.-Ht of fries fcr Advrti y: s squaw 1 4. 1 r -r i' i-;s $ squares. I j. f 1 M li. IS 4 squat. I 9 V column 10 l ' I 15 j IS li I JO J 20 ! 85 SO 1 40 column lit ' 80 I 5 '. column i 15 I , 1 column J1) 1 41 SO 13) PI TT-ASII-rrM3NN, I---- TIl!.;i:--DAV, SEPT. " 7th, lS7i -" Take Yoar County Paper- "Well, pquire you say yoa dont take your county paper?' "No, Slajor, I get the city papers on tettcy tcrmf, and eo I take to of them." "- - ' " . But, suircv thtee county papers iu n preal ..convenience to us. The morr we a ouroge Uico, the better iho editor t an make them." "I don't know that they are any c'uiTciiiincPlo me" "The farm you eold last spring p-as a Iveristd in one cf them, and you tht re-by obtained a caV)nicr." Zj Very. true Majo.b.utJ.pail thicaJ dMlari for it." Now if your neighbors had not maintained that prct;?, you would have been without the mc...

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. — 14 September 1871

Of V. V I -X 'V . vj. rn LA y ii -lie 7:,fu yj iffiii 1 ' . VOLUME 13. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTE3IBER 14tli, 1871. 3UMBEU 37 ; -i ; - 4 n r I : : ( ! H I -! V I - 1 r. B ' a - y t I! i! i ! GILBERT, PARKES & CO., Ootrton Pactora Grocers and Commission Merchants, llos. 57 & 59 South College Street, Nashville, Tenn. .BEING located in the laree New Ware House forme rly occupied by Geo. C. Allen & Co., and having increased facilities for handling COTTOU & OTHEB PBODTJOE, We hope with renewed effort to nurit a continuation of tho liberal patrcnage heretofore bestowed cpon us. 3AGGII7G AHD TIES FUBXHSHED. And advance read - A New Metallic Bass fox AUTIFICIAL TEETH. IT nAS BtEK THOROUGHLY TESTED, and in highlr approved by the profession, ti id fur aupori'or to the "liubber Base." CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN t my 023 co, Madison St., near May's corner. ayl9-lm M. McCABTY. 3 o. LESTJBIR At torus and Councellor at Law, Will ge prompt attention to all buai aeas entrusted to...

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. — 14 September 1871

"-fr3 3 1? k 5 f V 55 he (nttecn.i I.. . McCOfllt. Fro; i i t.r. r?t''k s r;i : - T ic. nrr.i-rf ta:. ThW: of SL" !. KliTION". i j it t As am. tu A(jvu'.. PIUjA'! S,- THi;ii)AY, J4;iv 1S71 j i -, - iv'. :T- vUTfcr iijv; j -.1'. i ! v .:t 1.1 t;. Terir. :-c-I leu -Is were :- r?cT - A Mv,ly Ju-fcace- - 1 11 4 aT I :uu:cz;;iie a-jo vk. -luiitr, c u.xvi"e, infi.ie -.wine very grave . hajjres agsirst fcsr5. Jor.cs, Pur vis A- (Jo., Pr;r.u;s l'r the State, in 'hlch he, Recused lucv.i of having Kcetved al-out liiVy " ih'on&n:i.l dol- ; ian they were I The fiet of Col. va juixctl ui ia V ;:j;:isact;r.s of a puh th:.t u;.. hed legislative r-"..ti": :i aiiy ihu-.g 1 :t a "li.'.tion of hiia ;vt hi? chr.res against ir.cn '-.i'.r.t ions f.s i A- Co., the anv :"-:r ir.ir. 1 clicved a ord vc r.rc " lad e. Pv.rvi A-' Co. - f IT- . v ih.t Mi ----, .lore 1 a f v it '.hvr.-.sches in ihe trove :1i r-) ' !'--n:v r,t. ; i::t . " , i ; v- ii!.-i:.:..r tht v l:avc. l heir card . , , . . i '.v":;r .: '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. — 14 September 1871

THCRSDAY, SEIT. 14th, 1871 a,hillend liecetfur RilreadAc partures. IVssengerTrain going North, .00 r. M i i 12.20, A. at. Freight " - - " 8 S&, A. K. 1'essengtr Train going South, 19.82 a. m. t. . . - It 45 r. m. Freight " - - " I-85 Freight come South Mondays, Wednes jgyi and Fridays goes North Tuesdays. Tburmiyj end Saturdays. rg-rickets to all points North and South T.8. WESTMORELAND, Agent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. . F0 Sheriff". We are authorized to announce Catt; E. A. MITCHELL of LynnvITIo i candidate for 6herifft the ensuing election. . : td We are authorized to announce Mr. JNO.. ? BAMSE? JOHNSON a candidate for Sher ; iff at the ensuing election- Miss Saline SuArxitD -will re ? bume her School for small children - at the residence of L. W. McCord, on East Hill, Monday, Sept'r 4th. ? A few beginners in music would al : so be taken. ; . td j Chancery Coart. I Chancellor Fleming has returned 1 and is now presiding at the present i term of the Chancery Court. ! f Wanted. " ; - " j 1...

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. — 14 September 1871

IIP" T vir """TV ii s 37 . "J' V I V 1 II If h ii I; i i 1 '...i Mb ft T: 1. . -IcCOUO, i"roirift.r. TKEMJ Oi" S'JL.SCilllTlON. To Dollar, j ALt'.u:n, in Advrr.co. List of Prion f-r Ailvertis u.r: Jim tra. tn. . n. jy 1 afjuara, 5 ( '.0 ! " i 14 I '.i ! 'i ". ib j ! 4i square 8 esaarss 4 aquaio column If ecUrnti cc '.err a Ui',. . fi a 1". 16 I I ! ; 12 I so ; j 3 1 4 100 PULASKI. TENN, TIIl-P.SDAY, SErr. Hth, 1871 Tbe Dutjr of Giviu. There are very few persons who consider it a duty to giro away any ah are of their riches to ethers. 'What I hare, I made by try own la bor, and I have a riht to do what I Tvlcse with it" is supposed to cr.d'ody the highest of nil human Tight?. It cert.Htuly docs express a If gal right; no one is hound to give away the fruits of Ida labors to others; hut there arc moral obiiga tiosB that are above all merely le gal dctie. If all persons were sti lish, and each cue were to refuse a share of hi earnings to others, what would hf oi-me of the needy, the fe...

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. — 21 September 1871

H i ikl : I i ff i W 5 ! 7V ( . V0LU3IE 13. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st, 1871. DUMBER 38 GILBERT, PARSES & CO., Cotton Pactora Grocers and Commission Merchants, Eos. 57 & 59 South College Street, Nashville, Tenn. BEINO located in the lurero New Ware IIouho formerly occupied by Geo. C. Allen & Co., and Laving increased facilities for handling COTTON" fc OTHER PRODUCE, WcLope with renewed efforts to morit continuation of tho liberal patrcnage heretofore bestowed upon us. BAGGING AND And advances mado nmn-ml-m-m A Kiw Metallic Babe fob ARTIFICIAL TEETH. TT HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY TESTED, J. and i higlilv upproved by the profciou. It is fur saperfor to tho "Iiubbcr Banc." CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN at my Office, Madison St., near May's corner. maylO-lm M. MeCAETY. J O. LESTER Attorne and Councellor at Law. ri;LAsiii,.TrN?r. Will prompt attention to all busi- oxs cntrtiHted to him. AMOS II. RICHARDSON, Att'y and Counsellor at Law I'LXASKI, , i:nn. Will practicoin Gile...

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. — 21 September 1871

cf 2. ) I i :1 - t I.. . licCOItl), Proprietor. iirriCK N'JKTlI-k4.ST iul. BQCAKE-CF STAiKS. TKiIm's '.OF"iul5SCKl rr ion . Two Dollar. per Annum, ia Advance. -PCJIASKI, THURSDAY, SELT. 14th, 1S71 Cotto-.x brought 20 (a 201 r,,r uw juiddling in "Nashville v estenhu. rio'.l -l'jsol in Nfw York voi-ler-l;iy at 1.1 Ii. Tf!infSce Uondr wi;. 70.',c for old issue and 71 ! : for new: Gen. Erowa'8 Illnes3. Wc arc gratified at being able to announce that our distinguished fellow-citizen, Gen. Joux C. Bkowx, is rapidly convalescing. His cor dition is much improved and lie has passed ffif3' through the most critical stage of his ailment. His diseasj was of the most painful na ture indeed it involved suffering so ai-iit.! that but. few men could have endured it without utter pros tration. Gen. Brown, however, was not fashioned in the mould of ordi nary men, and his heroic fortitude and courage allied to a vigorous constitution, have enabled him to pass through the severest ordeals of physical a...

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. — 21 September 1871

""T T( 'if ' IB' ?7tY it- aS - ,g -i . At i mxt mtizcu.i : J?TJLA.KI, TENN THURSDAY, SKPT. lith, 1S71 iSvhville nnd Dcntar Hailroad le- Passenger Trsiupoin North, 2.00 r. M it " l?., A. M. Freight " - - - . S 53, a. V. I'asscngfr Train going South, 10.32 a. 11. - - - 11 45 p. ii. Freight " - - 1.S5 p. m. Freight comes Sooth Mondays, Wednes day" and Fridays joes Norlli Tuesdays. Thursday? and Saturdays, rjyfickotslo ud pointu Noithand South T. S. WESTMORELAND, Agor.t. For Sheriff. Wc are authorized to announce Cant; It. A. MITCHELL of Lynr. vi!le a candidate for Sheriff t the ensuiu.2 election. td We ere authorized to announce Mr. JNO. HAMSEY JOHNSON a candidate for Si.cr iff at the ensuing election. for Tax Collector. Wo arc authorized to announce Captain ANDKEW K. GORDON, as a candidate for Tax-Collector at the ensuing March election Wanted. . 10,000 bushels of Wheat at Vale Mill. No. 1, or nny quality. Cash on delivery. . . tf N. F. Cheaiks & Co. Chancery Coart. This Court is ...

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. — 21 September 1871

V 1 'J I,. W. MeCOKD, Proprietor. OFFICE JiOBTIl-KAST tO. 4DABE-CP STAIRS. .TEKAIfc OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollar per Annum, in Advance. l,iri of Price for Advertises: j 1 m ! 2 m. I 8 m. - nv I j 1 square, 2 square 8 squares 4 squares column V column column 1 column I 2,50 4 6 8 10 15 15 20 80 I 3 I 10 I 18 I 25 40 I 50 J 75 150 4 6 3 10 12 15 20 I 8 t 10 10 12 13 20 25 12 15 45 80 40 60 I 0 PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, SEPT. 14th, 1871 tSjlisccUanecixs. ,J Coaling for Crick Walls. A gocxl outsulc coating for rough walls of brick or stone is that nscrt on government lighthouses, etc.- It i3 said to be a good water-proof ns well as tin excellent substitute for paint for outside walls. Take of fresh Kosendalc cement three parts, and of clean, fine Band, one part; mix with fresh water tho roughly. Tim gives gray or granite color, dark or light accord ing to the cement. If brick color is desired, add enough Venetian red to the mixture to produce the color. If a very light color is desired, l...

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. — 28 September 1871

M : 7- 2 A t-rV -A fix VOLUME 13. PULASKI, TESXESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 1871. ISTMBElt 39 - . :' I f f I iVli- HI ' GIL BEET, PARSES & CO., Grocers, and Commission Merchants, Nos. 57 & 59 South College Street, Nashville, Tenn. BEING located in the lar?e New Ware Iloasa formerly occupied by Geo. C. Allen & Co., and having increased facilitiesfor handling COTTON & OTHEB PRODUCE, Wehop with renewed effort to ru.;rit a continuation of the liberal patrcnage heretofore bestowed upon us. BAGGIIIG AND And advance made COlum "tolTLLTn A New Metallic Base tor ARTIFICIAL TEETH. TT HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY TESTED, A and is higblv approved by the profession, ll i far anperfor to the "Kubber Base." CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN at my Office, Madison St., near May's corner. may 1 9-1 m. M. McCAKTY. 3 O. LESTER Attorn e and Councellor at Law, PULASKI.JENJf. Will giro prompt attention to all busi- G4 eDtPUKlod to Inm. , AMOS R. RICHARDSON, Att'y and Counsellor at Law PULASKI, ENN. Will pr...

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. — 28 September 1871

HEWESfflE!. ILE 3$ ' "If ,!J: 1 - u - JSP r 1 1 I.. W. Mc('URI). Proprietor. srriec nohth-icst h. mciiiii-tr stairs TEKMf OK SUBSCKIPTION. Two Dollars per Annum, in Advance. PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, SEPT. 28th, 1871 Cotton brought 17 (a 17 for low middling in Nashville yesterday Gold closed in New York yester day at 1.143. Tennessee Bonds were 71Jcfor old issue and 71$ejfor new. XEWSSUMjIARY. The Pennsylvania Central has leased the Atlanta and West Point railroatL Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons meet on the first Tuesday in November, 1874, at Nashvilk Tenn. Eighty-five rum mills are in suc cessful operation at Raleigh North Carolina. Of the fifty-eight persons in jail at Montgomery, Alabama, only two are white. Pensacola, Fla., is blessed with a negro police. When these colored officers arrest a white man, they let him know who they are by whack ing him on the head. There is said to be good indica tions of large quantities ot petro leum near Rogersville in Hawkins count'. A rich ...

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. — 28 September 1871

-. - V.t VMKin 4' It PULASKI, TENN-; THURSDAY, SEPT. 23th,' 1SU NKshvilleand Decntur Railroad De parture. raaaonfcer Train going North, 2.00 r. u it . - - 12.20, A. M. Freight " - - " 8 55 Pacsengir Train-going South, 10.32 a. it. 1. - - ' - 11 43 p. w. Freight " - - - 1.35 p. m. Freight comes Sooth Mondays, Wednes day and Fridays ocs North Tuesdays. Thantdays and Saturdays. l5JfTicket!lo all point North and South T.S. W ESTMORELAND, gent. ANNOUNCEMENTS- For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce vCart; R A. MITCHELL of Ly nnvillo a candidate for Sheriff's t the ensuing election. td TTeare authorized to announce Mr. JNO. RAMSEY JOHNSON a candidate for Slier iff at the ensuing election. J or Tax Collector. We aro authorized to announce Cuptain ANDREW R. GORDON, as a candidate for Tax-collector at the ensuing March election Go to McGuire 4t Hill's, for the genuine Brown's Log Cabin Tobac co. 12t McGuire & Hill, are selling "Gem of the Burg" flour, at Nashville prices, freight adde...

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. — 28 September 1871

H 39 j I.. i t t h ' !f ! I, ft J.. XV. McCOKO, Proprietor. OrriCE KoaTH-KfT COS. KOCABE-CP STAIRS. TEKMS OF 8UBSCUIPTION. Two Dollar per Annum, in Advance. Rmr of Price for Ad vertivnp: 1 ni I 2 m. 3 m. j 6 m" j I aqnare, S aqnare 8 no,uarc8 4 iHjuaien f column 2,50 t I Is I 8 10 4 6 8 6 S 10 8 10 15 10 12 13 20 25 13 I IS 15 25 80 40 60 40 50 75 150 X column 12 4 column 15 I column i 20 IS 20 , 30 I 4 JHJI.ASKI. TENN, THURSDAY, SEPT. 28th, 1871 JllisccUantous. To Whiten Linen. Put a hand ful of the Jamestown weed in the iot and boil with the el.ythes. The frequent use of this whitens clothes very much. Bkkad Cake. Two pounds of bread dough after it ia raised, one pound sugar, one half pound butter four eggs, one cup stoned raise ns, one teaspoon ful sxla, a little cin namon; bake as soon as ossible. Wash For Soke Eyes. Five cts. worth of white vitriol and five cts. worth of sweet niter, added to one pint of rain water, is the best reme y for sore or inflamed e3'es ever tried in th...

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. — 5 October 1871

7 A A .si VOLUME 13. PULASKI, TESXESSEE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5tb, 1871. INUMBER 40 Hi It : -'j it 1 t : ' !: 1 ,i 1 i f I 10' Gil BEET,. ..PARKES & CO., Grocers and Commission Merchants, ' Hos. 57 & 59 South College Street, KahTille, Tena.. BKTNG located in th lares New Ware House formerly occupied by Geo. C. .Alloa & Co., and having incretuted facilities for handling GOTTOK fc OTHIire .PBODTJOB, We hope with renewed efforta to m-irit a continuation of tho liberal ptrnagu heretofore bestowed upon us. BAGIITG A1JD And advances made is, A New Meta clio Base fob ARTIFICIAL TEETH. IT HAS BKF.N TU0K0UGIILY TESTED, and U highly approved by the profeiou. It i fur aupuri'or to the "Kubber Base." CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN at my Office, Madison St., near May'a corner. maylD-lm M. McCARTY. J a LESTER - Attorne and Councellor at Lw. PULASKI, TENS. Will g. e prompt attention to all bust tan entrusted t him. AMOS E. RICH AUD SON, Att'y and Counsellor at Law PULASKI, LINT. Will practice in G...

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. — 5 October 1871

V t : L I I.. W. McCOKI), Proprietor. fic wtiiTu-jL.T co. 4CARE-cr stairs. ; fTIUMS U' fcUhSCKHTlON. Two Dc'dur tr Aosura, in Advar.jo. PULASKI. TENN. TIIUKSDAY. OCTtt. 5th, 1ST! Cotton bought IS di IS for Ion middling ia Nashville yesterdaj-. Gold close in New York yester day til 1.14. Tennessee Bonds vrere 71jcfor old issu and 71efor new. several wee Tennessee Legislature. This IkhIv convei:el at Nashville l.iht Hod ay aud proceeded to or ganize. Iloa. Jno. C. Vaughn was elected Speaker of the Seuate and Jas. I). KichardaOM of Rutherford w as chosen Speaker of the House. The Principal clerks of both hou ca lat 6Ct-sion were re-elected. Mayor of Nashville. Mr. K. J. Morris, the present in cumbent was re-elected Mayor of Nashville last Saturday, by a ma jority of S43 over Ready his Radi cal competitor.' Gen. Joel A. Bat tle aud Dr. Winston were also in the race, aud the former received a handsome vote. A Lady Clerk Mrs Margaret J. Brown was elect ed engrossing clerk of the Senate la...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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