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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 9 November 1871

PULASKI, TENN' THURSDAY, NOVR. Oth, 1S71 Nashville and Decatar Railroad le parturcN. rsengcr Train going North, 2.00 r. u " ... 12.20, a. u. Freight - - - 8 33. a. m. TseDgr Train going South, 10.80 a.m. " 11. 40 p. M. Freight " 12.40 p. u. t47" fiekets to all points North and South T.S. WESTMOEELAND, Agent. ANNOUNCEMENTS- Fo- Sheriff. We are authorized to announce Cant; R. A. MITCHELL of Lynnvillo a candidate for Bheriff at the enBuing election. td V7e are authorized to announce Mr. JNO. RAMSEY JOHNSON a candidate for Slier iff at the ensuing election. J-or Tax Col'ector. We aro authorized to announce Captain ANDREW R. GORDON, as a candidate for Tas-Collector at the ensuing March election We are authorized to arconnce ERNEST MEREDITH a candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing election. We are authorized to announce RICI1 ARD M. BILES, a candidate (or Tux-Collector at the ensuing March election. Try J. M. Brown low's neuralgia cure- It never fails. sep 28 9t Mr. John Abernathy, so...

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. — 9 November 1871

'-3 fcs- VI k -VI t ' I A . ' i i I.. V. J!r('l)i;i, rro-M ..r. .) r r n .-. 'i -. n t 1 a. wrAH-vr vaik tk'ums i r-t t.:-r!;irnN. Twa !.!!. r. jh r Anuuiu, in Alvt!oe, o lri 'or il -rtiiis:: j 1 III j U 111. j i 111. li III. j 1 TVTTr.-. t e . :o :' i l ! 3 n.j'.iur,- I 4 ( I S I 10 I K 8 .r. . J S j H I l i I 1 4 it;.. ! S V j 12 I 1 ' S-S ' ivluion i 10 r. 1S I S5 1 4 tij c. l.intn j l IS S ?( t ,M V, f. 15 j j t.S 1 niuiun 'jJ , ! ! ! I-""' IH'LASKI. I'KNN. TIU'KMUY, NOVII. Oili, 1 S7K r.ultii:.!: n New.-pa jut. M:i:iy i 'l le c.-tsf t'le :dd!i ty sn newspaper, n n v I the i:vJ:i-try and tal.uts of its editor, liy the o,.i:.!d.iy c t'e .iu iia. rnat.er which it co.:lai;i. Id is ivnuarati ely an cay ta-d; ir a f;t.iy writer U r.onru: daily volinrais of words words mid nil vsu'eccts. lila msy lion- in on xuuk, i.sdiy, c e'.'las'.in g tlood," mid hi v!i::::uivl of lar'lage enalde liim to tii:.g t'.'.cni together li.ic t'unv li es of o!.'o:, a:u yet hi paper r.tav lf R iuo.:.;'r ti:...

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. — 16 November 1871

:1 r-1 v i ! ! n fi i i k i. fi Si VOLUME 13. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16th, 1871. IS U3IBER 4G. i 1 y 5?. ?! m II J 5 1 1 r i M ii !- ! s ? - 3 i J II H ii r j H ? I ft H t i I ' i j -3 i i GILBERT, PARSES & CO., Cotton Grocers and Commission Merchants, Hos. 57 & 53 South College Street, Nashville, Teaa. BEING located in the larcre Sew "Ware House formerly occupied by Geo. C. Allen & Co., and having increased facilities for handling- COTTOIT & OTHEE. IPSOID TTcTT! Wbope with renewed efforU to morit a continuation of the liberal patrcnage heretofore BAGGIHG A1TD aiju ftu vkucl-b zii&ue A New Metallic Bask job axxxxy ARTIFICIAL TEETH. IT FIAS BEN THOROUGHLY TESTED, and is highly approved by the profession. It is far superior to the "Rubber Base." CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN at my Office, Madison St., near May's corner. mayl9-lm M. JfcCAETY. ,1 O. LESTER Attorne and Councellor at Law, PLXASKI, TENN. Will gr;e prompt attention to all bnsi ohs cntriiBteJ to h...

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. — 16 November 1871

f ,ijh '7 Tf7 a - Ei- .-i . ? 1 1 f i 5 f 1' , j ! ( ! i 1 1 i 4 I! s i i 1 mm j I.. W. JlcCOKU, Proprietor. OFFICE NOBTU-EAPT COR. FQCABB-IT BTlJKi. TEKMS OK !L"Kei:il'TlON. Two Dollar por Annum, in Advance. PULASKI, -TJENN, THUUSDAY, KOV'li. lClli, 1S71. 'Cotton brought 11 f$ 1GJ for low uiuMling in Nashville yesterday. Gold closed in New York j-cslcr-: day at 1.12. Tennessee Bonds wrc CSc for old issue and C."c for now. The Legislature. A great deal of routine business has been disposed of during the ' week, but there Las been no liual action taken upon any measures of great importance. The Senate re jected house bill to transfer the State's claim against the Federal Government for property distroj-cd during the war, to the Tenn., A. & M. Society, an 1 passed on third reading senate bill to repeal the act providing for a ' conventional rate of interest In the House, a bill was introdu ced to amend the revenue laws so that no municipal tax shall hereaf ter be assessed upon the...

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. — 16 November 1871

-"W-OTWI ll.llll M.I.MI , I, s jxj.mj, JLJ. , Jt . ... . ,1 S t 1 1 Utstw. PULASKI, :TEXN. THURSDAY, XOV'R. IGth, 1S71 ashrille and Derntur Itailroud de partures. rassengerTrain going North, 2.00 p. jt " ' - - - 12.20, a. M. Freight - - - 6 a. m. l'asseuger Train going South, 10. "0 a. m. ' H.4C. p. , Freight " - - - 12.40p.it. J3yTieTets to nil points North and South T.S. WESTMORELAND, Agent. ANNOUNCEMENTS- for Sheriff". We are authorized to announce Cant; E. A. MITCHELL of Lynnvillo a candidate for SherifTat the ensuing election. td Wo are authorized to announce Sir. JNO. EAMSEY JOUNSON a, candidate for Sher ifTat the ensuing election. J- or Tax Collector. We aro authorized to announce-Captain ' ANDREW R. GOKD0N, as a candidate for Tax-Collcctor et the ensuing March election We are authorized to arnounce ERNEST MEREDITH a candidate for Tar Collector at the ensuing election. We arc authorized to announce RICHARD M. BILKS, a candidate tor Tax-Collector at the ensuing March ejection....

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. — 16 November 1871

- " .;.;. . ....... i 71 V. ; ? T r , t.4. j i 1? ii !;' 1 1 -i ; I.. W. 3IcCOUD, Proprietor. BFflCK KOr.tn-EAST ..-. QCADC-CP ITilKi. TEEMS OF SUIJSCUIPTION. Two Dollar per Annum, in Advance. It net Iiice for A drPrtiMHs; 1 ra 8 m. . . . i i 1 aq-iare, 2 aquaro 8 -(r.arc 4 rtiaie? column Vf column colurnn 1 column I 2.50 j i i 1 " j 8 10 4 6 ! 3 ! 15 S ? ! 10 t 12 I y ! 9 10 12 15 i -2j i 10 13 l-5 41 12 ; -U ! 20 j a.) 1 M 15 "5 j 4) j 75 1 i) , 3) 4 J bO J 150 PULASKI, TEN'N, THURSDAY, NOV'R. ICtli, 1S7I. T)nmcroiis. Said a conceited yu:iir lady You laca are a covet-us set. Who was Rkliard the Third be fore he w as '"hhnsclf ntraiu :"' Advice, to persons meditating law: Keep your cvn counsel. "When is a clock on the stairs dangerous? Yi'hen it runs down. An early spring Jumping out of lied at five o'clock in the morning. Our later "Mother Hubbard" nursery song Hear me gnaw via. Why is a wife like a bad bill? Be cause he is diillcult to get changed- Nearly all women like soldiers,...

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. — 23 November 1871

W U y l vfffll V)! Sm VOLUME 13. GILBEET, PARSES &. CO. Grocers and Commission Merchants, 2los. 57 & 59 South. College Street, Nashville, Tenn. BEING located in the large New Ware House formerly occupied by Geo. C. Allen & Co., and having increased facilities for handling COTTOIT & OTHEB IFIEOIDTXOIE, VVehope -with renewed efforts to merit a continuntion of tho liberal patrcnage heretofore bestowed upon us. BAGGIIIG AND TIES FUH1TI3HEB. And advances made on consignments. au24-3m COluiTi Tpium A New Metallic Ease tob AETIFICIAL TEETH. "IT HAS liKF.N THOROUGHLY TESTED, J. and is highly approved by tbe profession. U is fur superior to the "Kubber Base." CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN at my Otlice, Madison St., near May's corner, maylfl-lm M. McCAKTY. 1) O. LESTER Attorne ani Councellor at Law, PULASKI, TENN. "Will g.ve prompt attention to all busi ness entrusted to him. AMOS R. RICHARDSON, Att'y and Counsellor at Law PULASKI ENN. Will practice in Giles and adjoining cotm t ies. ...

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. — 23 November 1871

n 4 t n'V-: f. 4 1OT TW r' 5- HJZtyZj, 1 I i I I.. W. McCOIll), Iro)iietor. oFFiK sor.Tii-EsT tf. sijuAKE-i-p staiiw: TKKMS Or SUBSCUll'TION. Two Dollars per Annum, in Advance. PULASICI, TENN, TiTJlLfRSDAY, NOV'II. 2.h1, 1S71. Cotton brought Ifi (j lC,r- for low ini;bllin in Nnshvillt; ye.stenlay. Gol l closed in New York yesUrr day at 1.1 CT. Teiiness.ee IJonds were Clefor old issue mi-.! Glo for new. Tho Legislature. In the Senate Katurd:u a bill was ntoduecd to levy u jjoII tax of one dollar for school purposes, and abol ish all other kinds of State poll taxes. Senate bill to provide for a perpetual school fund for the useo free common schools in this State, and to create an educational board for the State, passed third reading- In the House, Senate bill to make County Superintendents the custo dians of school moneys, was reject ed. A large number of Senate and House bills were passed on second reading. In the Senate, Monday-, a resolu tion was introduced to pay the at torneys an...

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. — 23 November 1871

.r . 1 J. , i Lid :-L3 Si f If if if 5 !i S t n I? II f. ! i 1 I i ; ; 11 r 1 u n r 3 it PULASKI,.TENN THURSDAY, NOV'R. 23rd, 1S71 Sashvilleand Decntnr Itailroad De partures. Passenger Truin going North, 2.00 p. m ..... 12.20, a. m. Freight " - - - 8 30. x. it. 1'assengcr Train going Son tli, lO.f-0 a.m. "... U.o p. M. Freight " - - - 12.40 p. St. fTiekets to ail points North and South T. S. WESTMORELAND, Agent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce Catt; E. A. MITCHELL of Lynnviile a candidate for Fheriffat the ensuing election. td We are authorized to announce Mr. JNO. RAMSEY JOHNSON a candidates for Slier iff at the ensuing election, t or Tax Collector. Wo arc authorized to announce Captain ANDREW K. GORDON, aa a candidate for Tax-Collector at the ensuing March election Wo are authorized to arr.ouncc ERNEST MEREDITH & candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing election. We are authorized to announce RTCfl ARD M. I5ILES, a candidate for Tax-Collector at the...

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. — 23 November 1871

j X-,r:.:--.;. r:a..jalxyr!-iUi ml u i u-n-ni i : .1 r t f ; i ; A .J f S ' i I.. W. McCO.il, Proprietor. OFFICE NOr.Til-r.iST COS. FQCAKt-CP STAIUH. TKKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollar. vcr A:.ni;:ti, in Advance. KfU t Irirr; lor Advortisi.i;;: j 1 m - m. j 3 m. 6 in. j ly I 2.S0 H ? $ 3" H 4 8 10 I 15 6 8 110 12 I 20 3 10 12 ir I 25 10 15 13 25 j 40 12 13 I 20 RO SO 1 5 j 20 25 40 75 20 , 80 40 j SO ! UO 2 Benares :8 squares 4 squares 'J oolt inn M coltunn 'if column U column PTTIASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, NOV'IJ. 23 nl, 1S71. Railroads are the short routes 3y v.hicli men make fortunes. l-rinccss Cailotta ha.3 lot her great beauty, ami, her physician says, v. i!l soon lose her poor, wreck ed life. New York Herald mildly calls llrownlow ''that wrathful and re morseless old mouth piece of sul phurous Satan." Albert Fcarn, colored, died at Iluntsville on the -1th, from mur rain poison, contracted from skin ning a cow that died of murrain. y!eb Gordon, another colored man, in suirerinsc from...

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. — 30 November 1871

v - : ; ' " ! f I I ( 1 U i r. v PULASKI, TEa'ESSEE, THURSDAY, jNOVEMBER 30, 1871. I I ' f I I l ! .Jr. ill Ml m i V-t Nr- -.' V Grocers and' Commission '.'Merchants, Nos. 57 & 59 South College EEING lm HtcJ in U;e Iarsre New Ware IToose formorly occupied by Geo. C. Allen fe Co., and liavuig incrt-itsed facilities for handling ' COTTOlsr & OTHEB ' lEoxrcraiE, e uopc with renewed cilurU to m -nt a contimiutfon of tho liberal patrenftgo heretofore - i. ' "tvwcu upon if. BAIGIJIG AND TIES FURNISHED. A , 1 . 1 - ' , iinu Bill nce iiiaue ARTIFICIAL TEETH. T HAS R 1-2 F.N TliOKOUUIILV TESTED, It in far Kiijiari'or to tlsA -JinMicr iiasns." CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN at my 0:Fioe, MaJi.-on St , near MnyV corner. n,nyl9-lm. ; M. McCAUTY. Atlorne anl Goancellor at Lw. PULASKI, TEJI.N. Till c.vtf prompt ittontion to all biiM 9.ivw bntrnstiiJ ti hiirv. ' ' ;.;.' AKOS Tw. raCHAPvCSON, Att'y and Counsellor at Law rULASKI LXJf. Will f ractia in Gil'e and a'ljoiuing eonn i ieo. Oifico: .lily's ...

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. — 30 November 1871

71 .9 fc4s WP 'A I OJlJ0 liJlTISeiT. L. w. 3IcCORl, Proprietor. rriCI KtXTd-IAtT COX. JUAB-Er STAIR. TKEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. fw DoTlaTsper Annum, in Advance. i PULASKI, TENN TiiUlitsDAY,. NOV'R. 30th, 1871. Cotton brought 17 17 for low . 'mi idling in Nashville yekterxltly. GoLl closed ia New York yester I fliy at 1.10 Tennessee Bonds were 65c for old issue and for new. Tbe Legislature. ' '" la the Senate on Fridav a bill to 'qa!izo the salaries of clerks of ' "Court, Sheriffs, Tax Collectors, Ecg- isttrs and County Trustees, rcquir- Ing all surplus over $4,000 of fees '. lo be paid into the county treas ury, passed third reading. " la the Honse a large number of bills were passed on secoi dreading. Saturday in the Senate the bill to '-repeal tbe law making habitual . " drunkenness a cause for divorce was rejected. , Bill to repeal convention- ' tX Interest law, passed second read . ing.- ' ' In the House, Jlr, Crews iutrodn t, ceJ a bill to amend the revenue laws by requiring mercha...

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. — 30 November 1871

---7..-- 0 e-J 1-3 PULASKI, TENN THURSDAY, NOVR. 30th, 187l' ffjisavineand Oecetar Railroad iie partare. raseenger Train going North, S.OO r. Jt Is. SO, A.M. Freifht 4 - - - 8 80. a. K i'ssseBjrtr Train jjoing Sooth, lO.Sfl a. m " 11.4a . St. freight "... . fJTiekeU to all point North and Sonth T. 8. WESTMOKELAND, Afrent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Fo Seilff. W are authorized to annonnce Cant; R. A. MITCHELL of Lynnville a candidate for Sheriff at the ensuing lection. td We are authorized to announce: Mr. J NO. BAMSET JOHKSnN a candidate for Elicr iff at the ensuing election. t or Tax CtflleeSs. Fe are authorised to announce Captain ANDEEW E. GOEDON, aa caudidats for Tai-Collector at the enduing March election fs ae authorized to arnoonce ERNEST MEREDITH a candidate for Tax Collector at tbs ensuing alection. We are anthorised to announce EICI1 AKD M. BILES, a candidate for Tsx-Collector at toe ensuing March ejection. We are enthori-ied to announce J. BIT TICK candidate for Tax Collector at the ...

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. — 30 November 1871

4 i . ' ul'.'l L. AV. .ieCOHU, Proprietor. OFFICE WanTn-JtAST LOS. flfA.t-ti- 8TAIS.1. TEKMS OF hCBSCBIPTION. Two I)oilt.r.i r?r Annum, in Advance. - f.if-i o;' IVioj's tor AsivortUins: l .-.m. ra. ! fi Its s fio l (. 6 . t 3 j ,.t . 15 S -'" 10 1- 2') - 1) . 19 15, I S5 rv ' 15 j 1 85-- ' 4') 14 1. i0 80 60 15 j S t 2A - 4 '5 1 square, 2 squares 8 squares Fu,11il s " - H eolurrm column j column 1 column "PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, NOY'R. SOtli, 1871. EDITORIAL PARAGRAPHS.' '- i. Alcohol was f,rt inale ami n.'cd to stain the checks of the ladies of Arabia C20 years ago. -It still red tlen - portions of the u mail fare. The Lebanon ILralJ fcays, that if the editora-of the papers that have an advertisement headed "Be guided hy what yow know' have no f $c. gaidar.cer they are lost in the .dark. If Di:. .White, had been guided by what he knew, he would not have" said this, for ISli.ss may "r.& fha same "a .r oa fcls half of the vIa-arj: --"- - - : A party by the name of Jones ha writt...

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 December 1871

f -A ..... V 1 i v r r i Hi h f ' i !: i f I : 3- .1 . ; a- i I V0LU3IE 13. V70; r t ; irCLASKI, TEXSESSEli THURSDAY, DECE3UJEU, 7,. .1871, v. . j V-TT i ; i I; ! n ' I : .V-K i ; li H ! .5 M r- i M 1 1 GIL BEST,. .P Grocers and !2?ts 67 Sc 9 3ulH Colis loesteJ la tli 1arrr New Vsre House formerly occupied by Gcr. C. A11q A C., and having Increaeed fuuilitioB for handling r ; ; -, v i , , COO?a?OiT OTHFiB" OPOIDTTCCEi: Vfhep with renewed cffuru U) mrit a eoutiDiiatien of thqKbral patrctiflo hcratoforo r bestowed epoi us.'"' f B AGGIIIG v A1IB TIES FUEIIISIIEB. And advance made Plum 731-0. I . . A Ksw Mxtzlmo Basx f OB AIITIFICIAL TEETH. I T HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY TESTED. 1 and ia highly approved by the prol'eeiou. UU far o irior 19 tha "Jiubbtr Base." CALL ANt) SEE SPECIMEN t royOSlce,'Madiiion St.', near May's corner. mayl9-lra M. McCAKTY- .Attorn e aai Councellor at Law, PULASKI, TENK. Will p;e prompt . attention to all bud aDtruHted to him. - AIIOS IL EICHAIIDSO, iitfy and Counsello...

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 December 1871

'7 ryggstg : 1 V . i fc- - 1 t ii. I i 10 Li. W. NeCOItD, Proprietor. TEKM OF EUBSCSIPTION. . Tw DUae ref Aenera, la Advance. . PULASKI, TENN. . THURSDAY. DECH. 7th, 1871. j . ' 11 ' Cotton brought 17 17J for low middling In Nashville yesterday. GolJ closed in New York yester day at 1.10. Tcnucssco Bonds were SiJJc for old issue and 6-5 for new. The Legislature, tn the Senate on Ei iilay the Sen ate till to repeal the conventional Interest law wa rejected. A similar bill waa defeated in tUa House. Tho Senate on Saturday disposed of a lot of routine business oflittlc Interest. Ia the Iloust, the Comrottee on Federal IUlationf, to whom waa. re ferred the special message of the Governor in relatiou to the cotton tar, submitted a report unanimous ly concurring in the views of the Governor, accornponied by a reso lution instructing bur Congression al delegation to introduce and sup port auch measures daring the next cession as will cause to be refunded, without delaj-, the tax on cotton ...

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 December 1871

r - - '-- i .. - .- 1 1 S t ! ! i" t i v. fc"-! M t 1 1-4 i i v rv 'V v PULASKI, TENN-: THURSDAY, DKCR. 7th, 1871 Vashrilie UecBinr liHilroad--lie- rsorvaerTraia gointf North, 2.03 r. u 1 - - - - 12.20, A.M. rr.ijftt - - 8 80. a. X. r.t:nffr Train Kir.g South, ld.?0 A- J. .. - - - 11 4" M rrcilit 44 - - li.tOr.j. t-fieketst all point ISertb and South T.8. VESTMORF.LAND, .'jreut. A N NOU N CEMENTS. To- Sheriff. Wa are arttWixed to announce CstA? K. A. MITCHELL of Lynnviilo a candidate for Sheriff t the etisaln election. td Wsare authorized to Announce 5Jr. JNO; KAMSEY JOHNSON candidate fjr Slier iff At the ensumjr election, j or Ti C-lVctcf. We are authorized to announce Captain ANDREW E. GKDON. candidate for Tax-Collector at the ensuing March Ae.ctU n We a authorized to r jounce EIINF..ST MXKEI'ITf! candidate for Tax Collector at the rnsuinfc eleetioa. We ere anthoriied to Announce EICII A P. 15 M BILES, s candidate for Tas Collector at tb enstiinir March e'.cetion. We are aothoriae...

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 December 1871

If I: ' ? " A f Sa Nil vg 2- i'i'l ' . ! v- . 3 far 3 f M i f : !: t "Til, I... U KrCJiKl), J'ropriPtor. irriTii at I9RTH-E.KT cua. SiCAKE-lP. 8TAIK. tekms of subscription. Two Dollars pof Annum, in Advance. I.ifct of Prif-e tor Adroit, sins: ' j 1 m. j 3 ni. 6 rn. p ly 1 aounrp." I 2. f If". f 5 f . i s t-i i- 110.112 I 2') i"U I 15 f "5 l IS 1 ilo 40 j 20 I 80 I "' ! 25 4 ) ! 75 2 " j UM rc 'J 4" S 8 wqnurc . I. - 0 j S .-nlumil -110 S Ki column j 12 , IS c.hunn 15 2-J 1 column i "2 . S" 4 (,) l.V) PUr.ASKT, TEXN, THURSDAY, 1)n0li. 7t!i, 1871. An cxrli:t!itre says the wine yield of California Is o abundant this season as to put tlio pet j le to their wit's end to procure casks enough to hold it all. - "-' ' It is always lieotto. change seed potatoes seed will not do so well in the same soil jvhere it grew. The el!'cct is roorc marked in Irish than in sweet potatoes, though the rule hold Acood. with both. In reply to an inquiry- as to the comparative value of leached and nnlcached ...

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 December 1871

x it v n t v . i i U - :' V J 7 A VOLUME 13. PULASKI, TEESSEE, THURSDAY, DECE3IBER 14, 1871. iVUUBER 50. GZLBE ET, PAESES & CO., Grocers and Commission Merchants, Eos. 57 South College Street, Eaehville, Tenn. BEINO located in the large rew Ware Co-) sou having increased facilities fur candling COTTOIT & OTHFiB SOIDTJOEI We hep with renewed efforts to merit continuation of tho liberal patrcnage heretofore . BAGGU1G AI7D COlurn fpl-ULTrs A JJw Metallic Bas o YXj3; ilSTITICIAL TEETH. IT HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY TESTED, and is highlv approved by the profession. U U far uperr to the "Eubber Baae." CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN tray O&ce, Hadiaon 6t., near May's corner. myH-1m M. McCABTY '3 C LESTER Attorn and Conaeeilor at Law. PULASKI, TENX. "VTiIl aif prompt attention to all bui- entrusted to aim ALIOS It. RICHAHDSOS, Att'j and Counsellor at Law PULASKI, ENN. . - - - - VTill practleeia Giles and adjoining coun- liea. Office: May's Dlock-l'pStairs noTS-ly' K.JOHtS. o. r. JONl ,1103. IT....

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 December 1871

- ' ' ' ' , - - - - .... rr ' ' . -it -.' r - p f. fin' S: v ;v. i !! i sen. I.. W. McCOHl), i"npfif.ir. i : orricE NTn-sT tea. nt-i'f staik TEKMfc Of SUHCiiirriO?. Two Dollar per Annum, in Advuuee. Krt of Irics Tor .4 dtf-rtiin5 1 ?c;r.re, S squares 8 t ,urr 4 sonnies column ' coiumr 1 column PULASKI, TENX, THURSDAY, DEC II. 11th, 1S71. Cotton brought 17 18 J for low middling in Nashville yesterday. Goli clo-ed in York j'ester day at l.09,.,Teimvset- Doads were . C 5c. for t)U iss-ce and 65 for new. ' Tiie Legislature. '- In the S.jnate ou Thurs.lar the tax hill was discussed nearly the entire afcertioafiaiid tip'to the ad journment of the night session, the Senate finally concurring in the House provision fixed tha advalo ' 'jretfr tr at "10 cent. " '" Tho House did considerable bus iues3 -in the talking way. Three, or four bilL . however, were dispos ed of, one providing for the more . f;i2ue.tt.twuagem.eut of ihz pemten .t 'fy ;.w.Wc,h is a very judicious tn'a&uvr. , Iu the ...

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