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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 5 October 1871

J. : J "A.. ,1 .,. PULASKI, ITENN THURSDAY, OCTR. 5tl, 1871 flash ill and Decatur Railroad Oe partures. rassenrerTraia goicir Korth, 2.00 r. x A tt Ai J a, As m- Freight - - - 8 S5. Paaaengtr Train froing South, 10.83 a. m. - - - 11 45 r. x. Freight " - - - 1.85 F. M. freight come South Mondays, "Wednes days and Fridays eoe North Tuesdays, Tborsdsyi and Saturdays, pyficket to all points North and Sooth T.S. VESTMOBELAND, (rent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Sheriff. We are aathorizad to announce Cant; R. A. MITCHELL of Lynn villa a candidaU for Sheriff at the enauing election, td Wa are authorised to announce Mr. JNO. BAMSET JOHNSON candidate for Sl.er iff at the easuir.f election. ' lor Tax Col'ector. We are authoriieJ to announce Captain ANDEEW B. GOEDON, as candidate fur Tax-collector at the ensuing March .lection Claims against the Government Ijrosecutcil by Joseph R. Dillix, No. 13J- North Summer Street, Nashville, Tenn. Will also give special attention to cases in the courts of Bankruptc...

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. — 5 October 1871

- I! ' i- l't-tj 0 -a i ?. 1 1' J lie (iimiscn. 1.. V. McCOKD, I'roprirtor. arriri nobtu-bist cuz. ncnt-cr itaibs. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollars pr Annum, ia Advance. tntr nt Price for Advertising; 8 in. 8 m. , 6 m. Jy 1 square, 2 square S square 4 0ie column i column 1 i colnmn 1 column I t I 10 11 I I I 2S 80 40 ! 80 I 10 15 I IS I 25 I 4) I 50 j 75 150 PULASKI. TENN, THURSDAY, OCTR. 5th, 1871. A Simple Remedy. Our friend Dr. S. O Dickson says that vqual parts of quinine, Dover's powders and gum camphor, taken in large dcses will 6peedily relieve neuralgia. He has used it for tome time in his praotiee, and never knew it to fail to give instantaneous re lief. White glazed visiting cards con tain sugar of lead, and will poison a child, who is tempted to chew thera from the slight sweetish taste. Green glazed cards. ucn for concert tickets, are still more poisonous;-a single card contains a grain and a half of arsenic, enough to kill a child. A Trne Farm Boy. When I was a boy, r...

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. — 12 October 1871

Pii-, " i c V v 1 V ? A -A f 4 J ft! ! ' - - 5 f i if I ! X I J i i ! r r i i - 'i f j I i 5 i i j H f J N M i 1 H I' i J H 5 ! VOLUME 13. GILBERT, PARKES Ootrt023L l?aotoro Grocers and Commission Merc hats, Nos. 57 & 59 South College Street, Na-hville, Tenn. BEING located in tbe 1are New Ware. House formerly occupied by Geo. C. Hen A Co., and having increel facilities for handling COTTON" & OTHEE, OXDTJCS, Wehape with renawed fcfforts to m-rit a continuation of the liberal patrcnage herttofore bestowed upon us. BA1GING AHD And advance made A New Mitallio Baas torn nrncfj ARTIFICIAL TEETH. IT HAS BKFN THOROUGHLY TESTED, and is highly approved by the profes.iou. It, i far snjri"or to tha "KuKbcr CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN at my Office, Madi.-on St , near May 'a corner. nyl9-lm M. McCAKTY. a. LESTER Atlorne and Conacellor at Lhw, PULASKI, TESfit Wi!lr prompt attention to all basi loss i-ntriihted tj him. AMOS It. RICHARD SON, Att'yand Counsellor at Law PULASKI, EXX. 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. — 12 October 1871

Wrrn tVf ,.?"&, 'si V Hi it 4'-'- i I; L. W. !'C'o;:i, Proprietor. art it .:'T.!-a.i.T wrui-cr itaik. T IVil : F i lT I -' K SI I IU N . "?. l.o'b.r j--r Aiuinin. Advance. P LT I. A SI v I , TI : N N THURSDAY. (CfK. lit!). 1S71. Cotton brought 1? IS fur Yr ni i-iliriir in Nashville vestx Vi';:y. iy fit 1.1 i. .Tcimvfcsee lioiuls -vcre 71 Jo for oli issue w 71 iefor nc?. Gov. Brown Inanrrii.il The folio-ring i. (lov. Brov.n's . Ir.nr.usrsl ...M.es3 delivered la.t 'Tuelay. the ITot.sc of K'.prc-Vcritaiivc-3. It in keeping with the ohsractixvfjt? ijjustrio-i.s Au thor, 'manly, diginGcl, statctmnn- ' like, e.sr.1 clon cut; isav"v?. m. Air-Kr.ss: 'c-4 Citizens 'f the Senate arui cf tS out e of UciirctcHtalh'c: The j.roiiil tvftl t li. v. ho r..Tjir3 I have l.eev. onlk-ilto ftiiniu-i.--tT by t'.e voice of unrs-'btnctvil RntTnigc, iioasts if. her hi.-. lory the vnr..cs of Executive otlleora so em inent sr.d illustrious that I can pro mise only to imitate their virtues r. -n! cn.bV.to t...

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. — 12 October 1871

i i r w ;'(UH 4 , PU LA SKI, TE N N , THURSDAY, OCT' R. 12th, 1S71 ,aliwille iind Decatur It;tilronl-lJi nurHis'. ru.icntrtriiia g'"n North, 2.f .. . - - 12.20, Kreieht " -- s "o. P. M A. V. A. If. I'tvaacngir Train going South, lt).52 a. m. - - - 11 Ao r. u. freight " - - ' - 1-85 r. v. Freight come Bortth. Mondays, WcJncv dav and Friil j) oo North Tuesdays. Tbiif.day and. Saturdays. tTicketto all point North aniLJPonth T.S. V.'ESTMOKKLAKI), pent. ANNOU NCEMENTS. r- s -criir. We arosnthorizod to minounee Cant; R. A. MITCHELL of J.ynnvidc a candidate for 6heriffat t tie ensuing election. td We nre authored to ar.noiineo Mr. JNO. E IMSEY JOHNSON a candidal fur fci.er iff at the ensuing election. I or 'I x Col'iclor. Wa ro at:th'riz"d to m uoiinie dipt a in ANbliEW It. GORDON, us a im;ili.!utc f r Tax-Collector at the cm-uinr March okctio lied Men. Maj. II." C. Hate the Great Sach em of the I. O. R. JL, aecomp.miod by several rucliibers of the lodge at this place visited IJetliel last...

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. — 12 October 1871

!! i1 4 'x r; 4 - 3 kr--i fa!a -1 wr -j X I.. V. 3IcCOHI, rroi.riet.ir. rrir MoRTn-ist eta. irtit-cr arama TEEMS OK ULSClUPTtON. To Dollar r-?r Annua, in Advance. liat- of Prlcr for Advertitinjc: 11 n 1 m. 8 in. j6w-j Ir j 8 I : I 10 15 I li I 13 15 55 i 1 v(r, I 8.50 i i 0 s juarca A t 4 -,'.iair $ I 'D 5 col-ian j 10 j 15 ooiun-.n 11 , U f s j 13 11 i "'i j 44 25 ! At I '4 cfiinnn 1 ei-itinia IS i) 1 SO J 150 PULASKI. TENN, THURSDAY, OCTRri2th, ISsTl. A go"d book and a'goori woman are excellent things for those who know how justly to appreciate them. There are men, however, who judge of both by the it-auty of their covering. Poverty is, except where there is an actual want of food and raiment, a thing much more imaginary than real. The t-hame of poverty the fd.unie of being thought poor is a jjreal and fatal weakness. Lvt cChiLl have a simple, good name, and let him make it illustri ous, if heean. Let it be remem bered that the great names gave no g)ory to the great men who bore t...

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. — 19 October 1871

A & 'i ?- - M I1 "US f k, -i I Jit VOLUME 13. ,r, PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER IOIIi, .1871. r. ' - - . f (f j i t; ' -i U i ,1 - I .; I - i f - r: t- . ; . r . ; y " f i . . i i l- I .GIL-BERT, -PAE Cotton Grocers and Commission Merchants, Kos, 57 & 59 South. College Street, 3afcvilte, Tenn. BEING located iif the larsra New Ware House formerly occupied by Geo. C. JUIcn & C. nl living ioereused facilities for handling t .' ' i COTTOU . &; . OTHEE; IrPOIDTXCIE, We Lope with renewed tffbrti tain lit a continuation of tho liocrul putrcnae heretofore. ' ii " -"' ' i i ! towed upon us. BAGGING - AND And idvnneci made COlui -A Niw IIetallio Base res ARTIFICIAL TEETH. IT HAS BtfF.N TIIOKOUG tlLY TFSTF.D, and ihi)(hlr approved ly tlia profession. U is fur Biiperior to the- "JIuVLer Baae." CALL AND SEC SPECIMEN t my Oflieo, Mudion St., near May's corner. mnyl9-lm M. McCAETV. ;r C. LESTER Attorne and Coancellor at Law, VVI aski, ti:.x. prompt attentioa to all busi iom...

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. — 19 October 1871

ii n ir U , tr-u s?a 4:-'i i Mu (Sitimn. - - - I.. W. JIcCOUD, Prnitrictnr. pnrn NoaTu-K.T .. wtAsi-ir stairs. TKKMlTo F tTu kVcKI PTION' Two Dollars ;-cr Ann :r;i. in Advar.ce. PULASKI. TJENn7 THURSDAY. OCTR. Knli, 1S71. . Ooltoa brought 17 (g, 17 J for low -mi'Mling in Nashville y?aterla3 GoM cloa?l in New York yetter la v at 1.1 i. Tennet.se e Bonds ere OH; for old itsfne and 05c for new. EDITOBIAL PABAGEAPHS. The ISadical f-rgau of Nashville, -c- tit to piCrh into Gov. Brown. ( Joy. Brown find hi friends know well cuough that they cannot toueh nay ( lick of that sort without being dt-Sled. : A ncw I'iMty increment ia being t' rrx-iisiy agitated nud discusa-erf by the Nashville jaiirs. There is a iVtvm Fot-i, (II. S.) uu its plat-' f iru how wit, that we are afraid w ill etamp the bottom out of it. An Alabama, editor t-nya: Whatever may T.e' our faults, our head is full of live and irogrefsive thing. domino-, Gracious! what a ' lice ntiotia fellow that editor must be. He rnght to...

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. — 19 October 1871

. - - ; I I . . -. - i -St' he men. ; ii i e ,r PULASKI, TJENN THURSDAY, OCT'R. 19th, 1871 5fthvtllean4 Derntur Itnilrontl le part nre. l'aiienjjer Train goinj North, 2.00 m - - 1S.S0, A. M. Vreifjht - - - 8 53, A. U. l'aar.tr Traits jroing South, 10.83 a. . " . - - : it 4S p. k. Freight " - - - 1.C5 r. u. Freight comes South Mondays, Wednes day! and Friday jroea North Tncmlays, Tbnraday and Saturdays, (ZTTicketMo nil point North and South T.S. WESTMORELAND, Ajrant. ANNOUNCEMENT. Yo' Sheriff". We ! authorized, to announce Cant; B. A. MITCHELL of Lj tin villa aeaadidate for Bteriff At the ensuing election. td - Wo are authorized to announce Mr. JNO. RAMSEY JOHNSON a candidate for Slier iff at the c:iuup election. t or Tin Col'ector. Wa are authorized to announce Captain ANDREW R. GORDON, as a candidate for Tas-Collector at the enduing March election We rt authorized to arnounco ERNEST MEREDITH a candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing election. Overcoats I) Lazarus. at reduced pri...

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. — 19 October 1871

i .-4TK- ' i' :' ,5) Hi i i I ( i I J V h I,. XV. JIcCOUI), Troprietor.-' omen, noiith-e&kt coa. wi:t-cr stairs. T Eli Mir Of HUBSCUH'TION. Two Dollar per Annum, ia Advance. Rntf of Pric" for Ad vertivin: 1 ru 2 m. I 8 m. , 6 in. r 2 B'lnares 8 a inures 4 n'iiHiefc i co'umin I 2..V) I t S I 10 4 3 10 6 8 10 15 i a 8 1') 12 13 2f 25 12 15 25 fc.) 1 I 25 i 60 I ! 150 4 column 12 column J 15 1 column ! 20 I" ,.') 40 PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, OCTR. lOtli, 1S71. LAWREXtEBUHG NEWS ITEMS. JikVc Nixon is clorning the front of Lis residence with a hancl noine portic . Mr I,. Mino Bentley's, brick row, on the Kast t-i'Je of the square, is being handsomely painted. The Misses S two lovely representatives of tha Lawrence Countj' fair sex, attended the Giles County fair last Friday. Dr. R. II. Harvey, a deservedly popular physician has sold out his drug store and resumed the active practice of his profession. Judge Caleb Davis, W. P. II. Turner and S. II. Carroll, left for Nashville, last Mon...

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. — 26 October 1871

V ft n; --ill At ;ii i: '.( 0 VJa VOLUME 13. PUL ASM I, ;TE -N L ESSEE, TIEUIISD A" Y,.-CCTOBER-' aOtfcuSTW" :a-;uBKR.43 - . - - C . w . f ! - v i i i Ji In V EP T, Grocers ; and Commission Merchants, Kps. 57 & 59 South College Street, Nashville, Teen. BEING located in the lnrcre New Ware llouse formerly occupied hy Qto. C Alien Co., and hiving iucreaned faciliiieh for handling 'COTTOlSr . & OTHER PS,ODTJCE, Wo hep with renewed efforts torn rit a continuation of tho liberal ptrccugo heretofore ; 1 , '' - . bestowed upon us. BAGGING 'AND TIES FURNISHED. And ad varices made ASiw Mitallio Base ro ARTIFICIAL TEETH. T HAS BE FN THOROUGHLY TESTED, 1 a'ld is liifflilr approved by the prntuHsiou. . ll U far aojcrfor to tho "liu bcr Hums." CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN t my Office, Madison St., near May V corner. myl9-1m M. McCAETT. ' y - 7 'C.1 LESTER Attorne aai Councellor at Lhw, PULASKI, THYJT. , , Will e prompt attention to all busi ook ue trusted t him. AGIOS R. RICHARDSON, Att'yand Co...

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. — 26 October 1871

S5gaggig'gS3WEl!MEBB 4y il . f Cf. lifsl fes"c i . I i; , it t I V. McCOItU, Proprietor. y?r jci kgsts-sast cc. JCAE-r STAIfcS. Two Dollar per Assam, in Advacc. PULASKI. TEN'N', THURSDAY. OCTR. 6th, 1671. Cotton brought 16 i lfij for low iuMdling in "Ashrill yesterday. Gold closed ia New York yetr- dfty at 1.11 f. Tennessee Bonds vere CBVcfor eld issue aad 65c for ccw. i m EDITOEIAL PARAGRAPHS. The flfgivgate value of clnmhes destroyed by the Chicago fire is $.VXC000. A bill to ropenl the 10 per cent interest law hz beea introduced into the Legislature. A bill hrts leu introduced into the Legislature to exempt partou- ajjes frora taxation, ' , A bill has been introduced to prohibit the furnuhvng of TOters wit'i spirituous liquors. Mrs. Pakilee Haskell has bfceri ie-f lected Librarian for the State by almost a unanimous vote of the I..'i'atnre, without opposition. The most dot -ueth e prairie fire ever known in that region of coun try, l:tcly swept over Toronto and Ik'lmont townships...

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. — 26 October 1871

r r; fl -jnwimwrt'i"Ti 1 1 -n-rfTw-,-rJ--"ii -rftri r-i (nm.ii!' i lining n n--nn.it.iMwiiiMiii mi n - . . . . . ;j ggg ' "'''UWJ-3rM'a ti minmn is El ? I t i 3 !1 ? t-l I H I f i I 1 wTTT.ASTvI. TENN- THURSDAY, OCTit. 2Gth. I3n Jrruicana Decatur Railroad Oc DRrturea. rngr Tr.-toi.g Nor., .M r .'V. - - a a. SnrTraia-Kg South, 10.30 a. U .4 . . - 11 4 P. Tickets to ell points North and South T 3. VESTMOREIAND. gent. TsfXQU NCEMEN'fS. Fc Sheriff. v VTe rethorizel to nnoonc Cent; K. A yjxCIIELLof Lynnvillo a candidate for gjieriffst the ensuin election. td We ere authorized to announce Mr. JNO. 5 iMSF.Y JOHNSON a candidate for Slier iff at the ensuing election. I or Ts Col'et lor. Wearo authorized to announce Csptsin aJ!DKF.W R. GwEDON. u a candidate for T.'j-Co'.leotor at the ensuing March election We se authorized to ar nounce ERNEST JIEKEPITU a candidate for Tax Collector ,t ibo ensuing election. From Now Until 1872. To persons who subscribe for the CiTlZES between nonr and Christ m...

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. — 26 October 1871

. r--3 'A '5. . 1,1 A- (Me tWJC!t. I.. XV. ?lcCOUD, Proprietor. rrir.-E No;.Tii-xsf nx. U'AE-er miis. , '3 r KM- UK KUHsCUll''XlO". ' Two I'c'.Iarj p-'r Aannin, in Advance. Kut'i of lricp r .4 dvnrUiu: . 6 ru. j ly ij r h 15 1 2.1 25 I so t o 4 ) TO 3 U0 4 i 6 i 8 10 12 i como 10 ! 15 I 18 column M i 15 I 20 f column J T, CC ; 55 1 coin ion 0 I it PULASKI, THURSDAY, OCT1L Ctb, 1871. LAWRENTEBURU .NEWS ITEMS. Cuajngal Poetry. An impecuncous "cuf," pleased with a little incident that happened ia his tV.mily, (tho first occurrence of the kind) gave vent to Li3 feel inijs thusly: kv crmc' orm!. "to r igl.t a oU St. Peter slept. Ho left the door of Ilouvcn ajer, When through a lilt! j ar.gel crept, Ar.d came down with a fulling sta-. Ore eunjrsr tt the blessed Lcarta Of morn approi.cl.oJ. ra v blushing biiJij A oke fi-Hin sweet nnd olcasant Jrean., Aad f.cnd that angel by hcrtidi:. God grant but il-.s I ak do more That when ha leavea th world of sin II'U wing Li way to that bright shore,...

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. — 2 November 1871

fx it ! i i f i. i- p; -'x-jr;. p pp .-. 7 UP , !.iJ7T k jW -fv VOLUME 13. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2ml, 1871. C- .-a aJ I h 'J. J. " 7 ! GIL BEAT, ,P Ait EES & CO., Grocers and Commission Merchants, Nos. 57 & 59 South College Street, Ka-Lville, Tesn. BFfNO located in tlie lar?c New Wsro Hiwm forraarly occupied by Ceo. C. .Alien Co , nJ having iucreunvd faciii.it for liuinliirig COTTOTNT & OTHEB. PRODUCE, W Lp with renewed effort to ni rif vmtii o ti -n of tho liberal we.l upon u. BAGDTG AND TE3 -F J WISHED. AnJ Ivsrice ma'c nn c ru-igurnL-DU. ti24-3rr. A Nt Metallic Ba o QQQ AaTlFIClAL TEE1H. IT II AS BKFN THOROUGHLY TFrsTF.D. 1 td i liie'iilr p(rvel by I ho prtuoinu. U 1 far MJjwdor t "liu' btr I!au." CALL AXU.SEB SI'Ei I M EN t my Offloti. Madi.-on St , cr MityV corner. .ylSMm M. McCAltl Y. I j a. LKsrjrt Attorne aai loaacillor at Lt-w. PULSK!, Ti:XN. Will z ' prompt uttetiti n to 1I bui aa nctruMted t. hiio. AtlOS It. RICH ARB SO", Att'y and Counsellor ...

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. — 2 November 1871

vi VL '26' Ux3 ti -' fcs3 - E SJ fci - " . 1 - - j - i i i i 1 f- 4 ' : 4 I f 1 L i 1:: L W. McCOIlO, Proprietor. irricitotTi-tiiTtoi. acAKK-vr status. TEEMS Or bUfcSCP.lPTIGN. Two Di!Un pr Abbotu, ia Advance. PULASKI.TENN. THURSDAY, NO V'rL-tad; 1 871.' Ottoa brought 151 G 16 for low raidllicsJu Naahrille yeaterdaj-. Gold close! ia New York yester d.yat 1.12$. Tennessee Bonds tcrc 65c for old isnj and 65c for new. Harry C asset Beats IlmboJd. At lialtiniort; oo Mo a day last the four mile race between Harry r.act and Ilcinabold resulted in art easy victory for Easer, in two FtraiLt heats... Time liH Horatio Seymour. ' TbC reform democrats, at the in fetaiicc of Charlea O'Conor.Tiomina tel IToratid Seymour, of Utica, as candidate for the Assembly from New York city against the Tamma ny candidate, Tom Fields. Scy xaotfr tclcgravibcd his .acccptane. - . . -i rr-. , , Throng's the courtesy of our friend Caj t. John S. Wilkes, jri vsAt Secretary of Gov. Brown, we Arc in receipt of the S...

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. — 2 November 1871

s i-J.. it i AO t.LS M V PILAKI, TENN THURSDAY, KOVB. 2ml, 1S71 ftnshf iliean Decainr Kailroad le parture. uftsonerf rain going Tfortfe, S.00 r. u - - - 12.20, a. M. Freight - - - 6 80, a. n. J'aasengtr Train coing South, 10.80 a. at. " ... 11 40 r. sc. Froigkt " 12.40 .M. fTTltkeUU all pol fits North and Sooth T.S. vVESTMOUELAXD, Agent. ANNOUNCEMENTS- Fc Sheriff. TCe arc authorized to announce Cant; E. A. MITCHELL of Lynnville aeandidata for Sheriff at theensuin? election, id Wear authoriied to announce Mr. JNO. EAMSEY JOHNSON! a candidate .for Sher iff at the ensuing eloction. For.Tnl Col'ector. W arc authorized to announce Captain ANDREW R. GORDON, a a candidate for Tsx-Collector at tho etrsrricp March election Wi lt authorized-to arnounco ERNEST MEREDITH a candidate for Tar Collector at the ensuing election. From Now Until 1872. To persons who subscribe for the Citizem between r.Qff and Christ mas, and pay the regular subscrip tion price, $2 in advance, tre will eend the Citizen...

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. — 2 November 1871

fcs " y, X- ei - - " -i . t i I ) i i I.. V. ."SHpIHI.II, lnri t r. n f so.-.rii -e - t ..-ib. sTxiita. T l-.kNSr. ot' i-.uiiM.'Uli'Tloif. Tw. I'o'iar p. r Annum, ia Advance. I i o I'r in" frr A tl V 1 1 i I! c : I I in z m. i i m. C in. j . 1 1 si-.-rro, 8 aquaria 4 K) 11 HI UK ' 2.? I t ' I ts I t f '0 ! f 4 " I '! 8, 10 I IS ! J 1,5 HJ 1 12-lis i 1 J I'm I IS' "1 IS I 41 column W P' '""in ! 13 ; T I I p" 1 8' i f(.!.Mi f 15 ' j 3 S j 4' I 75 1 rtila-nn 2' ,W 4") 80 J I& PULASKI, 'i i:ntnt, " THUK'SDAV, NOV'R. n-U 1S71. Tr6 u:sv;-.!ii:-t:catM omiatry las f Crt visiti-il Niii''a i:i .v York uur ho b.niltt sru-or.; '.Vlicn - the fclioi t skiitctl, gor.mtr nvinjilis made thv.lr-a'jiponrnii'jc a tho &t:ij', they b.:uno r..tUe s .ml lllgeltv. Oh. Aur.io!" cxolaimf cl one, 'lit siu'lni-j" I iU.::'t lika it. ! ' i ilta't c arc, it ::;n't nice, end I w-oa K-r Aunt bro'.tj.'.-t us to euvh a 'O'.i, Annio, !?t'a go it ai:"t r.ii;e i'i'l I ibvi't loci i-onifurtabie.'' ri bii.-Ti, Mary...

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. — 9 November 1871

.-"V A ' vr- Tr AN s - r-rv a i - ! i.lli V VOLUME 13. PULASKI, TEXESSEE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Oth, 1871. 2VU3IBEK 45 j ; s i t i I I I ! ! i n I! 8 1 n ! i I I i r 1 H i. GILBERT, PARSES & CO., Grocers and Commission Merchants, Eos. 57 & 59 South College BKINQ located in the larsre New Ware , uu uiug iuv;iciticu juviiiue lur liaiiuiing COTTON" & OTHEH, ZROZDTTOEI We Lope with renewed efforts to m -rit a continuation of the liberal patrcnago heretofi ircsiuweu BAHGIITG AND And advance made A Niw Metallic Bass fo ARTIFICIAL TEETH. T HAS BKKN THOROUGHLY TESTED, 1 and ii hipiily approved by lliu protei ou. It I fur superior to the "liu1 bur Bae." C ALL AND SEE SPECIMEN at inv Ollioe, Madison fct , near May' corner. BiaylU-lm M. McCAKI Y. J O. LESTER Atlorne aai Counesllor at Lw. PULASKI, TliNN. Will it prompt attention to aox xntriiKied t.i hi in. U bai- ARIOS H. RICHARDSON, Att'yand Counsellor at Law ruiASKi rxx. Will practice in Giles and adjoining coan ije. tice: MityT. B'...

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. — 9 November 1871

if x'-: ,f J I I i 1 t i I i 'TTT r I.. V. Mr( t)KI), I'mprU-tor. griKt liAITH-LlBT LOB. (tUAK-UP "Tilb. TJiliMJ? OK bL'U.-X'Utl'TION. Two lJulUr- j,r Annum, in Advaine. PULAHKI, TliNN, THURSDAY, NOV'K. Dili, 1871. Cotton brought K51 ft IG for low !uiMlin in Nahliville ychtcrday. Guli clo-i"4. in New Yen k j enter-d-ty at 1.12. Teniieo-it e lUnula were tifit- for old issue ami I'Ojc for neir. The Elections. At tho ti'uo of going t rcss the returns from the elections mo so incomplete that we :iro unable to form any definite Men as to the re enlt. Wu only know that tho Republican are, suppo sed to have carried New Ymk, and all tlic other Northern States, except New. Jersey. The Democi atie candidate i.s elected Governor In that State bj about 5uo0 majority. The PuIIIk Priulius. The Legislative Cuinmitteo np-pi)lnt-d to investigate tho charges preferred iigaiu.st Jones, l'tuvis iV Co., the 1'rlnUTH lo the State, by that arch distuiber and disorgani vcr, Iiaxter of Knoxville, have made ...

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