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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 14 December 1871

e M ' f3? 0 i7 -- 1 I i r - r ? r t r i H T'-S i i V i H i - r kadt Id! IJ 3T. fT al avory-. Drea fvr. Thursday, DECR. nth, isti , - r . : -j ' Nashville Rnd DecAtar Kail road a- lie "" ' j'arturr . I'miengerTrnia goiug North, 2.00 t. u ' " 12.20, a. u, ; fraight u - a-.--, i Kn. K. . l'asaecger Train going South, 10. M .. m. " ; a . it 40 k. Vroiefct - - - - li.iOr.u. ' fcjT.eVeUlo a1.! point Nerth and South T.S. VESTMOKELAN'D, fent. . - ANNOUNCEMENTS - Sheriff: ' " Wa ara authorised t Announce Cant; E. A. MITCflKLLof LytraviMo candidate Tar fcherifft the cnfoiaif election. tJ W are aruhorited to aiittonnce Mr. iNO. fcAMSEV JOUNSo.V a candidate. TW Shr I fat the cni-uiiig election. I or Tm ColVctor. We are authorised to uniiouore Captain ANDKEW fe. GORDON. tk a tamliiitite for 'Tax-Coliactor lit the einirsr March elfcotW n We sa authorized to arr.oiir-pe EP.NEST IIRF.DITH candidal fur Tux Collector t the t-flfaiiKr e'eciion. We am ant honied to announce RICH A RD l UILF.S. a candid...

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 December 1871

3 i- -a ... ..... -.-a t 4i 1 ; : 1 i 4 -1 ..($itu,ett L. W. McCOBt), Proprietor. orricx tb-ast to. iCARBcr stairs. TERilS Of KUBSC2il'T10N. Two Dollar per Annum, in Advance. " PULASKI, TENN, " '-TIIUltSDAY, DEC'R. 14th, 1S71. Corns- Apply a j'icce of linen saturated in olive oil to the corns night and morning, and let it remain on thsra during the day. A Good Ceraent. Alum and plaster of paria well mixed with water, and U3ed in a liquid state, will form a very use ful cement. It will be found quite hand j for many purposes. It forms , a very hard composition, and for fixing the brasses, etc., on lamps, r. 'nothing could be better. Ilydrophodia Ymiatt, the well known veterina ry surgeon, who has been bitten eight or ten times b rabid animals, nays that crj stal of the nitrate of eilver rubbod into the wound will positively prevent hj-drophobia in the bitten person or animal. Iteniedy for Earache- Take a bit of cotton batting, put upon it a pinch' of black pepper, gather it up and 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. — 21 December 1871

" Y 'X 1 ; j yflfWi (: ; ! I ;jn Vjt ' V V x - I t r i r-; I ; I i 1 ! S : 4 VOLUME 13. GILBEE rn a . Grocers and Commission Merchants, ?os. 57 & 59 Boutb. College Street, EashYille, Taaa. bElS'(i located in th lafro Ne Ware COTTOIT & OTHER PE-ODUCE wr . 1. . i .r. 4. . .. ... ' Tiiop wiuinucwwvuuni vo m inw EAGGIITG AND And advances mada A iw Metallic Bask fob ARTIFICIAL TEETH. IT HAS BtfEN THOKOUGIILY TESTED, lid la highlr approved by the profeiwiou. llial'ar superior to tha "liabber Ba8." CALL AND SEE SPECIMEN tray Ottiee, Madison St., near Slay's corner. mayl9-lm M. McCABTY., D C. LESTER Attorne and Cooacellor at Law, TL'LASKI, TEN.V. "Will giw prompt attention to all bui- u entrusted to hir ALIOS R. RICHARDSON, Att'yand Counsellor at Law PULASKI EN.V. Vill practice in Giles and adjoining coan- iea. Olfice: May's DloclcL'pStairs nor a-ly M.jONta. o. r. johii. fnos. IT. JONES & SON. Attorneys at Law. PDLASK', TKNN. Will practice in the Federal courts and rts of Bankru...

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 December 1871

Id r3) V i i - r J l.. W. McCOHD. .'roprioiT. orncE Nor.TB-E t'T mri:t-cf staiks T K U M sT F U P S : .? 1 PT I O N . Two Dollars per Aroum, in Advance. . 1 ;;, mjxJwsii, texn, tji u hsd at: d ec rut l t, i si i. CottoS troulvt IS for lor,- .' middling ia.XashvilUi yestcr'Liy. Col.i clos'e'i in llevr York yester rtriy jitl.CaJ.' Tcnnr:----ce BoniU were " 61 Itr for Wno nn.1 6 t V for new. CONSOLIDATION. Tins Citizen nnd Ibo Giles Tress. It having been tlc!)io:if-tr:)tol to "th'f;satifaetl6n of all roneernel that TV.hisk'i ami Giles county caxr.ot al-c-luwU-ly Mist'iin two firt-elass news papers, tac proprietors of the Pulas ki Citizen anil t!ie Gilo- Pr.r.s:; have "cifectc'l a oou io'i latiui), the wiitor -t this lwconiinjr proprietor of the oonnoiulateil paper; nni'l hon-ceforth the CtTrzrx Alone, cnlarg'eil and im proved, will visit the patrons of the two papers. Tho Pni:.;3 dining its brief existence li'is attaineil a circu lation anil an advertising' patronage nnpret:c lentel, 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 December 1871

' 'Mwa a mirniiia vx-annm-in mm i i.JiaJggs'iff'-,3awicgisieem "Phiii m inuu .u ihhmujiiih i hi ry, r . ,. t ,;v, ' 1 1 ....r.-rr.-- - r.r F i V V i- i t , Vt; j awn. " PULASKI, TENN THURSDAY, DEC'R. 21st, 1871 Vnsh? iile and Decatur Railroad ie .partures. . Passenger Train going North, 2.00 p. k - ... - 12.20, a. U. Ffigbt' ,? r. . - - 6 80, a.m. I'aaaecgtr Train froing South, 10.80 a. M. 44 - - - 11 4' . X. Pr!gt " - - - "12.40 p.m. aaBfTiekets lo 'l points North and Sooth - ' .- T. S. WESTMORLAND, .pent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Fo Sheriff. V are aathorieed to announce Cant; K. A. MITCHELL of Ly msviUe candidate for Sftiriffat tba CDHtiinjf election. " td Waare authorized to announce Mr. JNO. RAMSEY JOHNSON & candidate for S'ncr t ff at the ensuing election. tor Tni Collector. We are authorized to announce Captain ANDREW R. GORDON, as k candidate for Ta-Col!ctor at the ensuing March clectif n Wtii aothoriza.I to art ounce ERNEST MEREDITH a candidate for Tax Collector t the ensuing elec...

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 December 1871

i 3 ' I; ' A L. W. McCOKO, Proprietor. office notb-bast cos. o.rAE-t:p stairs. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. . Two Dollar per Annum, in Advance. I.Ut of Price for Advertising: Ira 2 ro. j 8 ra. j 6 m. Jy 1 square, 2,50 t I I S I 10 t squarea 4 8 8 10 ) 15 S squares 8 10 12 i 20 4 aqnaie S 10 Vi 15 I 25 v colnran 10 15 13 ifi5 I 4) V column 12 IS 20 SO i 6-) i column 15 0 ' 25 4) j 75 1 column 20 , 80 40 80 150 PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, DECK. 21st, 1871. Useful Recipes. Ct'HE for Inflamed Eyes. Take half an ounce of Gulden Seal(you will find it t the drug store) pour oac half pint of boiling 'water upon it and let it cool. Bathe the e3'es with a linen rag dipped in this each night on going to bed, and you will soon effect a cure. For Scalds ch Bcexs. Poultice of tea leaves, moistenea in hot water, are preferable to all other remedies in the first stage of burns and scalds. Or take raw on ions, pound or mash fine as possi ble and apply at once: it will give immediate relief. How to Slt COI.OK...

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. — 4 January 1872

IT "" V t :. li t i I I ft J I " A Weekly, journal devoted ta tho inter est of the -citizens of Giles County, ani the State of Tennessee at large. TERMS t 1 year, $2.00. C month $ l.O.O. Advertisements inserted at rcasanable rates. A wvU'Cii v I7 VT. McCORD, Tnlaskl. Tenn. irt-lval of Triii'n$at 2tilda& ArrivesjRt 2 :00, P. M., and J2 rS1 JUL TAS-iilNGi-l TRAILS COIXQ SOpTil., . - - f Kri'in rTHJixs;" CUing North Arrircs at 8 A. ?J. Coir,- South A-rrivcM at 1 :35, P. M !' yfrtfiviile hor.-e j riri3 route .i'n'.ves, cvrj Tlii:lt.v atl2:30 'p.tii. Arrives on Saturday at 11 :r!0 a.m. This mail Criihuw.Ki'akc-r IIU1, Pi.cgah, Cjrcs;oii an'? vili. . , v Suur prefk i; 'iH-arii"- e -vf ry I'nurs iny :it i p.m. iJcj-tu U i'riuuy 7 a.m. This mail em'irsres Apploton, Minor Hill, Good Springs, ilarLuts aadSlH;k ijon. .'.'... . . . Lfiwrencehurfr mail arrives Mondays, TVfdne.'.ays n 1 Fii.iayfi at 11:30 a.m. lr-j-'vrt. r.'u.. f d:r3 :it 1 p.m. This -m-ir;if V Mil!-1, riodnhariier: Vet Man-f...

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. — 4 January 1872

s ! L. W. TJTTifrn r THURSDAY, JANUAKY 1, 1372 .Our distinguished and popular fellow- citizen. Governor Erown, pent several days t home during j the past wtok. V'e were rejoiced to j have him with us ugain even for so kort a time, and to see him looking hale and he.-uty, as if in the enjoy ruent of perfect health.' Perhaps no Governor of Tennessee has ever per formed so much executive labor in the same length of time as Goveiior Brown Las siee his inauguration, yet his t nerous amTarduous confine ment to official labor have maue no perceptabie inroads upon his health, nor in Ahc slightest degree eiTecte l the usual serenity of hist temper. We were glad to find him much in terested in the future progress aad prosperity not only of the State and nation, but true to the noble impuls es of a noble heart, yearning also for the- advancement of his own town and county. TheGovenor U hopeful of the fu ture, and thinks there is a tide com ing, upon which we may ride out of our national diffic...

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. — 4 January 1872

'i - K r- (txiUtn ami THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1S72. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tor Tax Collector. aw TnTtlltOBnTOnrPU AVDRFV IC. liOmrv n a a rnnnirl-ito lrv Tax Collector of Giles county for th next term, l.lectiou urst I hurray la August, wrz. AVe arc authorized to announce Er- KK8T MrriKim ii a candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing election. We arc authorized to announce Rich aki M. Bilks as a candidate for Tax Collector at tlie enduing election. Tor Sheriff. We are authorized to annonnce John Hamsft Johnson as a candidate for Shontr at the eimiing election. AVe are authorized to announce Ti. A. MlTCHti.L as a candidate for bheriJTof lies county at the ciuuing A ujju.-t eloc- tion. Ve are authorized to announce Ax- - ... T tr . 1:1 c . rw I Collector at the ensuing Augu,t Elc- tion. e ar authorized to announce J. Rimes a candidate for Tnx Collector at the ensuing August Elec tion. I am a candidate for Tax Collector at tin; enduing election. 1 have been a cit izen of Giles county over lift ...

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. — 4 January 1872

I c. . - u.- j"--".-. -" .. .. w"t ! -. rri t?y z: j U'llSDAYr JANUARY -3, IS72. rri-y saylnc: thithi.3 fronds de- c'-tred he drar:!: too much for a sin- . I o Virture 25 i he-iatv to hur.r. ; cha"- ter, ?,v sue shine adds re- j rrlcr.Jir.ce p-rd glory to the lond- f eave. ! ' A p-v-uni of energy with a onacj j ,f talent -v sichevio grei-tc-r results than a pound of tnlont yj-.'j i ojnceo- enor?y. . A schooner Knn-.c-d "Crar.t and i Pelativ,.," T.-is ln bunched ' at i Ilaive ilc Grace, Ml. If shrt is hV -! r as heaviiv 'loaded -with pid.'ie dunder a tr.-3 other irant a:i'J : relatives wc .wouM advi.? her to j ht.W in shaho-y vatcr. Lcvixi-lile i alrUr Jcurnal. ' - " 'i.a lihu'-.i? j-aper edited by a -dr. f-ropoKCi t ;;o p:tj .... to.;. 'wi"a us. iin name was xooiue Tlie inn name would sound veiy tsd t-ither w.iy you put i; 't:-el k Dccllttle, or Do dlUle A: V.'c can't join. Or.e of v.oul l be iii .the poor I. oii.se and the other in the j;e::iu- nt'.ary." How ::ii;eti wou'i neijjiib...

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. — 11 January 1872

Ht tent ami Vwtf",' ; ' O . A Weekly journal devoted to the Inter -3 A i-.h lie- -t-.-, iU", - i.r'. :0'?. s t'tw . K Htion JO IV N t I i Si S their i.iif) 4, I t'-. ".. ' ,,! .'.i'." -. ed A Ir.'t 11-'- OH !, !! ?r r-" ' C...v ; n.'. I -' " ..,.. Pi I. : ' i.i.i.i' i. i. rtrW .'cut ' -.TO1" .. I i. -r .""" 'ts " I n .i.S-" I- i 11,1 - .... i !,:.- ' ,.,,..r.!'. i:-.c :' , r-o'T-,... f f. I i V ests of the citizens of Gile County, and j the State of Tean:.e e' at larire. 1 yrnr 2.00.'f O inohths'.$ l.OO. Advert tscmchts ItHortod at rensonablc rates. AdJr.-.-( P..W. 'McC,onL,rul;i."ki,Tonnl NfiVD. ItAILIiOAD. Arrival of Trains at Tula ski. PAKM.XOFR TKAINS COIXQ. SWIIH.. -Arrives at 2 :00, I. and 12 A. M. ... PASSKNOKH TliAi.VS (JCUMi Mil'TU, . A rri ves at 1 0 :32, A. 31., and 11 : (."., M. !in North Arrircsat 8 :Z, A.r doing South Arrjvt 4 t 1 1. M l'-:iypttcvill lir- ir.nil nut? lcrtvex, vvcry Tlnird:iy :it 12 :.'.-() p.m. Arrives, on i( unlay t 1 1 :.'f') .a.n:. This mail iiibrnc...

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. — 11 January 1872

L. W. McCORD, Proprietor THURSDAY, JANUAKY 11, 1872. Cotton ia steady in New York at 21r for middling. Golil opened, in New York Tues day at 190(?,109J, but declined to J 01. Tennessee Bonds closed iu New York Tuesday evening st Gl for both iliBUCS. The Murder of Jim Fisk Jr Tlie notorious Col. Jim Fi.sk, of Krie Railroad fame, nntl Fisk-3Iani-field-Stokes notorietj-, was bhot and mortally wounded at the Central IIotI, N. Y. City, on the evening of the Cth inst., by Edward Stokes. Fisk and Stokes were both notori ously reckless, unscrupulous and dare-devil in eccry thing they under took, and there was .n some respect a rivalry between them, though risk, having perhaps more brains and mouey to back him, made a greater display and became more notorious. Stokes had several ca Bcs in court, against Fisk. Some time ego he obtained a verdict against Fisk for $10,000, but Le claimed $o0,000, and was not satis fied. LaUly ha has been playing the part of valet, bully and paramour to Mrs. Ile...

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. — 11 January 1872

Hucu ami .?rf&?. THUKSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1872. AXXOUNCIDIKXTS. For Tax Collector. VT are authorized to nr.nonnre Capt. Axdrkw R. Gohdox as a candidate for T.ix Collector of (Jil.-s cotinrv fur t!ia next term. Klectiou Cist ThurJay in August, 1?2. - Wc arc authorized to announce Er- xkst fcHKixT u n. a candidate for Tux Collector at the ensuing election. "We are authorized to announce Hich akd 51. lUi.ru as a candidate for Tax Collector at the en.'uin- election. We arc authorized to announce .T. ItiTTK K a candidate lor Tax Collector at the en suing Aujrut Llection. We are authorized to announce TV. ( i. I.kwis. a candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing -JlarcU election. . ror Sheriff. We are authoricct to aiinonnee Joiix JIavwky Joii.nsos an a candidate for Jshorilf at the ciiitiinr election. We arc aulhoiid to announce It. A. JfnuiLi.L :A a candidate for ShcriJI' of i;lc. county at the -n -uii! August elec tion. We are authorised to announce Ax piimv J. K.VKjnr a candidate for...

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. — 11 January 1872

j lor c:mmr--r-- - . i children no less thnn to t lie ch ild ren L. W. I.ICC0RD, PROPRIETOrJ:(.r tlue 1!i(.re hi-hly favored. He - ::z:' '- .. ' , - ; thus bec mcs better contented, THURSDAY. JANUARY 11, 1872. more useful, nud loss offensive as a fmsr.m " '- 1 1 '- - -! ! MtM'mi ial. I -p.. the Worr.hij.ful County Court for ! , ,. ... ':i.. ! ! Mr. Chut i-innn atul Gentlemen of the X'uurt: Having unbounded coi.Ii j dciue in your pntrioti- m, and he-j lit-viny -tlir.t you will cheerfully con- ! (.i.'.er an v suggestions having for its ; oVect lh.: :nl vnncemeiit ot ttie ; highest interests of our county, the i Teachers Association of Giles ! emmtv, at its meeting in November last, appointed us a committee of three, to wail upon ana memouni-, it- vour honorabie body at this (.J:::iua:vl term ol tliet.ouit, upon the subject of " The Support of ! (..jiti.ion Schools.' I In entering upon the performance . of this duty, wealc the liberty of j saving to vou that we approach the j task with...

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. — 18 January 1872

V. n 1 w li p i. gitutfu and Sxtw, A "Weekly journal devoted to the Inter eers of tbc citizens of (il-8 County, and the Stato of Tennessee at large. 1 year $2.00. J O months $1.00. Advertisements inserted at reasonable rates. Addre. , 1 . . , L. W McCORD.rulaski.Tcnn IV. te X. IlAILllOAD. Arrival of Trains at Pulaski, ASSF-NTtER TRAINS GOING NORTH. Arrive at 2:00,T. M., and 12:20, A.M. PASAKXOER TRAINS GOING SOt'TH. ' Arrives at 10 2, A. and 11 :45, iM. FRKIOHT TRAINS. doing North Arrives At 8 :C3, A. M. tioinjr Snith Arrive at 1:33, I M " Kayctteville. horse mail route leaves, every Thursday at 12:0 p.m. Arrive on Siittunlay at 11 :'0 a.m. This mail embraces Ilradshaw, Hunker liilh, I'isyah, ( y re-ton mid Millville. Su'nr Creek mails arrive every Thurs day at ." p.m. leparw Friday at 7 a.m. Thi mail embraces Appleton, Minor JIil!,GKd Spring', Marbuts and Mock eson. Lawrenechnrg mall Arrive Mondays, "Wednesday and Fridays at 11 :30 a.m. Imparts same days at 1 p.m. This em brace Val...

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. — 18 January 1872

.1 . re:?: .. - i, w 4 t TISfHSDAY. ? vr ; V -. a. ! ior;c a -... -, , . Tennessee 1 hinds closed in New York last rvenir-.ir at C." tor the new. ' i " m .... - Cotton ha declined in New York to 2lC fur laldLigg ,. A National T irperanee Conven tion to iK'!:;:::.;te ..candidate , for President and Vice 1'rf-i t, i cal led to mevt at Columns, Ohio, on tbe 2- U brnirv nxt. . . HJountOountv, Ten: is h or :. .L.t; v,;?i. ., - , r ? ., tr- ...... . .-, turn II:in'ini nii tK t-f.in. nw . s, ,. . - T - - '- i 31r. bar.a Kc-tcl a Lioonung tvul- vW , , . .. - .tj ....... ' 1 rt m .'M."-!"'"': '-".'. AU., la-t week, mules brou-ht $140 j tJl7 C(,;'n , - hnrrel, lod. dC fl 25 per ICO poiju..!, bacon, chl j ", iue?; 30 j new Sc. ,. ... w ; . j . i':" , '. - , j . . . , - ed J Mil in tne L in let i states .-senaie j to amend the laws' pvir.g pen.iocs to aol-liers of JS12, bv removing the 'diqiiaii2cation. for Laving engaged ia rL-le!H(.n. ' ! 'A negro Bet-ret society, culled the - 'Knights' of Ju...

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. — 18 January 1872

ii r - f ' n f i i i l : ll 8 f i ll lid THURSDAY", .TAX I'AIiY IS, 1S72. AXKOUXCKMKXTS. Tor T" w? Collector. TTo arc A KDJiF.W authorized to uniiDUiire Cspt. r .-.-,- t r ..7, It. (ionr-os as a candidate sr.fi; -l-' Tax Collector of Giles county lor next term.- Election Itrst Thursday it. August, l$7X ... " .1.,..; i . xrsr Mi.ki.i irti as a candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing tdection. ,r -VTc arc aut!irild t ti.'nwunce- Rich- ! r.r M. l!ir.is as a onmii hite for Tax' Collector at the cnsuhig i-lc-cticn. ." ... W aro authilz-,l to announce J. Urn ick a camlifhtte for Tnx CoIh.KTor at the ensuing Aujru.it Kertiyn. W ar ftiithorized to antiomiee . . Lkwis, a e-nnli'late for Tax Collector - at the en-sulrif March election. - . VTe are autliorlzd to anrioiiiiro Wu. PisscBio.v : -:inIi 'uti? for Tax Collect or at the ensniii;' Aujja.-t elecUon. ror Sheriff. We sr authorized to a'lnomx'e Jcnx IJav.mkv Juusnos a-i u eaiKlidate for . JbheriiT at tho ensuing election. . Ye are autho...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 18 January 1872

n .,.L.J-UII.I. -- C&s ZWUtix ami L. W. McGOPJ), Proprietor 1 TKUKSDAT. JANUAKY 13, 1372. 4 or the Ctmtx. Educational Interests. . JUr. Editor: Through j-our eol- miis I propose to lhror out some j thoughts for your readers upon the pubjoct of Education. It is not un usual for men to attach undue im jKjrtanee to their own peculiar call ing. While-1 9m Killing to plead guilty upon this point, yet, after a caicful and deliberate survey of all the circumstances. and surroundings of tin1 question, I am forced to the conclusion that it is our educational j-oliy chiefly that fetters our energies, hampers our progress, and dooms our loved eannj land to a tuttorriir.atc position among the na tions of the earth. However much contempt we may feel, and justly feel, for much of the civilization of the States lying Xo.lh of Mason and Dixon's Line, BtPil every observant man who has given the subject anything like a candid consideration, is compelled to admit that those States are in ' uVbted....

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 January 1872

1!' i n : H H II 11 fi i! 1 i f s r J u ri Zlt thtx ami xt$$, A Weekly journal devoted to the lnter ents of tli citizens of Giles County, and the Stat of Tennessee at large. 1 year $2.00. G months $1.00. Advertisements inserted at reasonable rates. Address. L. vy. McCORD, Pulaski, Tenn. IV. fc 13. RAJLUOAD. Arrival of Train at JTulaxkl. yAlBKXOER THArNS 001X0 NORTH. Arrives at 2:00, P. If., and 1 2 :20, A. II PASHENCEK TRAINS OOINO BOCTH. Arrives at 10:32, A. IT, and 11 :43, ?.JI FHEIflHT TKAI.VM. Going Xorth Arrives at 8 :55, A.M. Going South-Arrlvea at 1 :35, P. M Fayttevill hore mail route leaves, every inurwtay atiz:ju p.m. Arrives en Saturday at 11 :.'50 a.m. This mall embraces llradshaw, Hunker IHll,I'b;gah, Cyrcston and MiUville. Sugar Creek malls arrive every Thurs day at 5 p.m. .Depart Friday at 7 a.m. This mail embraces Appleton, Minor Hill, Good Springs, MarLtuU and Jdock esoti. Iiwreneebnrg mall arrive Mondays, fVcduesdaya and Fridays at 11 :30 a.m. Departs Kunie days at...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 January 1872

L W. McCORD, 'PROPRIETOR THURSDAY, JANUARY. 25, 1S72. OnKI is dull in New York at 10SJ ft 100. - ' 1 Ctton continues in jeooil request in New York at. 22 lor luiddling. Tennessee Bonds are still advanc ing in New York, closing lait eve ning at G7 for the old issue and 67 for tne new. , , The Lebanon '-Fret Prese" has been discontinued, and remove I to Woodbury, Cannon County, .and is to be called the "Broad Axe." , Don't Eead This, . . If there is a crops mark just af ler j-our name on this paper, you mav know that vour time is out. If you desire tha paper continued, you mutt notify us, as we are forced to establish an invariable cash rule. Of. course we want you to renew, and will be thankful for your patronage, bu'. the rigid de mand of our paper maker, our prin ters, onr grocers and ottr creditors, force tis to a rigid and strict ad herence tv cah hereafter. We cannot afford to' credit the best ujan in the county for the paper, be cause we would not be able to keep the paper goin...

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