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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 January 1872

1 1 ; ' ' ?.. . . . . ..' - - I I p i I I: I; Ij t -rursday, January 25, ie72. ANNOUNCEMENTS.' ' Tor Tux Collector ' We- are authorized f 8n-s-?mee Capt. A jf drew R. GoriiOx as a candidate lor xax donee-tor of Gue county fur the next term. Election firbt Thursday In August, 1K72, ' fATkHint ---, Fire. r o'clock' on i t S-inday night the -.kitchen "on the j.Uca of Jdrs. McNairy, t)u ist-'Mfci'a 'street now oceupiod by Hiy Jo. JL-trttn, caught; Cre and wr, en; :ncd. The We are authorized to announce Eh xest Mrunmrn a a candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing election. .We are authorized to announce Rica--bi M.. Bilks a k candidate, for Tax Collector at the ensuing election. , Ws ar . authorized to announce J. Rrrriri- a candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing August Election. - We arc authorized to announce Ak KRew J.Kmoiit a candidate for Tax Collector at the enduing August Elec tion. We are authorized to announce W. G. Lewis, a candidate for Tax Collector -at the ensuing Augu...

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. — 25 January 1872

1 , .- . i froia Wash in rtoii,.k now ing the par e'';s la'.U-I "of i'utiudt-lphia, we- VeadiTy 2- i ."!.- ; the latitude of the seven cap- L. W. 1ICC0P.D, ?norHIETOHts ce:uly oa the same riLt line, - -rrrrrr1. 1 ' x.: Tn-r-ton. IJarrlslmrg, CV.him TirjKSPAY. JANUARY 25. 1S7'2. ! bus, Indianapolis, Sprissiivld, Dcur " - - - i vor and trrcat Salt Lake citv. l or the Cnirv. . ' ; j ..And thus '.ve rci;-Lt determine . Latitatla and Lopj'ihia'e. , j the latitude of any place, the only tThe follow! n artu-1 wa i surgc4'i i requirement Win 2 that we fchail nine lives were yet sptu-ed him, but in en evil hour for the gloy "shec-ri" of hia furry jacket 1 his co:t.-.ntt5tiomi.l ecnilibrlum, Le fill a u to the nterpi' "i IIC i 1 v . s.i lit ! 1, " 1 In nni; rcniiii k- hi the L . M th lile jlAj ' t- , ?. 'e rarely an '1 a sc-liOoM.oy who knows mufh r'.iuiit the latitude or j longitude of the H"crei;t eHintrics1 tii,i X towns, about w hi eh he has 1 btudu-d in Geography; and the itu nou ;ot thi...

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. — 1 February 1872

THE ''BOY' OF THE PERIOD. H i ii U 0s ti il I Weekly journal devoted to the Inter S fit of the citizens of Giles County, auil the State of Tennessee at large. 'jf j year $2.00. O months $1.00. f Advertisements inserted at reasonable ! rules. Address. L. W M(COnD,rnlakl,Tenn. IV. fc 13. IJ.VTLlJO.V3. Arrival of Trains at JPulatiLi. PASSEXfiER TRAINS GOIN'O NORTH. Arrives at 2 :00, P. -V., and 12 :20, M. PA8SEXGEK TRAINS GOING SOUTH. Arrive at 10 :32, A. 31., and 11 iM FREIGHT TKAIN'S. Going North Arrives at S :55, A. 31. Going South Arrives at 1 35, P. M l ayetteville horse mail route leaves, every Thursday at 12:30 p.m. Arrives on .Saturday at 11 :'') a.m. This mail -ni braces Urad-haw, Bunker Hill, Ii.sgali, 1'y.reston and Millville. Sugar Creek mails arrive ever' Thurs day at a p.m. Departs Friday ut 7 a.m. TliH mail embraces Applcton, Minor jliii,(-,ou Springs, .Jlaibuts and 31oek-e-tou. Lawreneeburg mail arrives Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 11:30 a.m. Departs same 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. — 1 February 1872

iTU'. Uis?a am! s --- ; --- -. ------ ---. ; .L. W.: I'lCGOPvD,' I'JlOPP.tETOft i r-rrrr-rrrrrr:: r. -: I rHJ:tSi)AV. H'H;vU A RY J. 1S72. j - - ,-. '-- ' '- " "S ; To Frhiici s. I Wc have a quarter incd'nm dor din Jobber, iu poi IVct rdcr, for ude. hU-t, cash, boxed and fchipiie 1.. Address " L. W. 7.U f..i:n. 'To Pj infers. We IiHva a t-.cniplet. ou'.f.t for a ' 32--ci:;;:j n paper, -ine'r. lir.g a new Tout ol ong primer, :. 1. ail-worn ot i);i:n'n, car.; Po,t.-. 8tO!-e. ' c.me, sta.iis, i ha i s, har k, roiling; m a'.at ih. ;iud evei-j thing t. nmke a C'tiipl. tj ounutrv i.cv,. apr out-' lib A;. ply to L. Y. ;.icCoui.. i Dcalti f (iVn. II. S. Kwtl!. I (!;:.. ftutri:7STHn.tni Ktrri.1., the j g'v:a ....federate Chieftain, die! al j his residence near Spring Hill, Man- r County, on Thursday the Lnth ult. 1 ( ien. M-vi-ii iv.-is a native of Virginia, J and ."J years old. He graduated at West Tuiut la lsi), and spent his life its an o.'hicr in the L S. army, until the.commem ciuent of...

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. — 1 February 1872

A i ! t . x t i ( - J " i -r 1 5 1 ! ! I j r i 1 li 'H!i;;:siUY; FFFRFARY 1, A :. N O U N C E 31 11X TJ? . Tor Tux Collector. AVe are a;ithori-d t i announce Caf t. Nii;rw P. Oonro.v a a candhbue iyr Tax Oollecfcr of Gilo com ty for tin iii-xt term. Flection first Thursday in August. 1ST A. " AVe are authorized to announce E-m-.st Mi iiKinTTi r.r a can1at for Tax 'ollet"r ut tlie ensuing tlectioi). We aulhorucd to annor.iic- Uu h jir.n M. lin.v.H r.3 a candidate fur Tax tV.U-O.cr fit the enduing election. a ar auUmrized to anuoiinee J. I'Tin k a i ntH!:J:ile fur" Tax Collector a'tthe em !rg AiiJii-t Kl.-ction. We are authorized to aMioune Ax ii it: v.' .). Kn.'ijiit a randidate for Tax Collectcr at the ensiung A ugut Llf- tiull. ' Ve are antliorizcd to announce W. (,. Ltwis, a i andidate for Tax Collector jit" the en-iiiii. August election. . Yc are aiiLSioi izd t- amioinicp AV.M, J'inkf.ktox a enndi ate for Tax Collect or at -!iMunir Angu.-t tdtv tion. AVe an' authorized to announc...

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. — 1 February 1872

'1 ; 1 A " - : . . -.. L. T7. HcCOUD, PSOPFJZTOR'fJs.j won the Grand X . ,. Ij-.t.tke and defeated A7 THURSDAY. ITBaUAY 1. IJchaiieu. oni the Tei-no-"-" A gi kad'.nr The introdaetion cd'a h;.j-.-e ' hh has tksronJvJ through a long andUny hurhe in England. i-.nti.uon line of royal blood, such j svn.kwell is &Uo the- fdre of tV- Canwdl can bo;t, u an impor-winner of the St. I.eger in tantera i:i .any section of country iv, t. AJbans in 1n;;." 7?e At all aJapted to the hrclipg ana ! ff..,yu u,-,n I he- O.i'vs in 1 SC3, anl I.or-l raishig of tlo k. It hrts r.cvcr IjVCn ftIui Dcr!.-,' and .St. I-cr i:i fail;U to produce the mot favora- Lie resists it- tiie increased value nnd usefulness of thedioraes of that section, provided the j eoj.Ie thereoi have manifested their Appreciation of su( h a horse, and pi veil hiia the iiher.al putronae he dfervvs, thc ; c- by pnithg money into their oin pockets, and it the Bajue time ad-1 ding to the wealth, of the country. It is tne irefjiient mtro...

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. — 8 February 1872

Ehf 'tmn and xt$$t A Weekly journal dvoted to the Jntsr- ts of tlie citizens of Giles County, snd the State of Tennessee at large. 1 year $2.00. J O months $ l.OO. Advertisements inserted at reasonable I rates. Acldre. 1. vy. McCORD, rulaskl, Tenn. IV. .fc X. RAILllOAD. . Irrii-al o Trains at Pulaski. YASfttXAKIt TnAINB GOING NORTH, Arrives at 2 :00, P. M., and 12 :20, A.M. PASSEXOER TRAIN GOINO SOI'TII. Arrive at 10 :32, A. 31., and 11 :45, IVM FRKIGliT TKal.VS. Goinjr North Arrives at 8 :5", A. M. Goinjr South Arrives at 1 :3.", 1. M Fnyetteville horse mail route loaves, every Thursday ntl2:J0 p.m. Arrive on iaturl:iy at 11:150 a.m. This mail embraces 15 radshaw. Hunker Hill, Piigah, t'yreston and Millville. Sugar Creek mall- arrive every Thun Jnv at 3 p.m. Depurta Krhlav at 7 a.m. This tnail embraces Applcton, Minor Hill, Good Spring3, Marbutd and Mock eou. Lawrenccburg mail arrives Monday, "Wednesdays and Fridays at 11 :30 a.m. Depart fume days at, 1 p.m. This em braces Valo Mil...

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. — 8 February 1872

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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. — 8 February 1872

! r r i (txWstn "ami grr$$. TIRKSDAY, Fl-.KUUAKY. 8, 1872. ANXOUKCK3IEXTS. : .For Tax Coltecter, We re authorized to announce Cftpt. AMkkw li. Gokpox 3s iandidie lor T:ix tollec-tor i Giles county lor the next term. Election first Thursday .in August, ls72. We are authorized to amiounee Kh nmt MniEMTitas rt eandii'-ite l'orTa Colhetoret the ending election. - . We are authorized to announce JUc-h-Xttx M. Eil.s u a candidate fur Tax Collector at theonstiinj; elec ti"n. We urn authorized to announce J. rrrrict a esu.didjitc for Tnx Collector t the en'.nr August Election. We are authorized to .innnunce !c ir: w J. Kmoiit a r.-uidhhife for Tax Collector t the ensuing A ngu.-t Elec tion. ' ' We arc authorized to announee W G. Lkwir, n candidate for Tax Collected at the ensuing August eleition. 1 . ' We are authorized ti ntinr.unee :Wv. Pinkeriox a ciiidi ate for Tax CoileeJ or at the ensuing Ai:rnt election. . We are authorize! to annoiuv e .1. J A.vDfRsoN a camli late for Tax Collec tor...

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. — 8 February 1872

if 'OS. ClitU'Ctt iUUl --iJicstf. L. VI. IJCCOIID, PROPEIETOPviit trr -rz: '-1 j cro of t hese several interns! rcve- TliUuSDAY, FELKU AllY a I.U'ue sew. Fectic-a lt of tbe ice income .a Laws me-ai as- gesrafnti aVid-Kow Recovered Back. It has teen "the custom,' in rnaoj instances fvi- f-ar proplo, when their pr"pert3" hn Ln illegally assessed by internal revenue officers for in income taxes supposed to be due the Federal Government, tp pay such assessments . thus ille ally irmde, without resortiii" to the, tri bunals ot jui-tioe ir.r mire?:?. Thousands of dollars have been an nuai.y conceiea uoia me b"'-1!'-' i ates the jaditiurr, aivv the becond tnd paid into the treasuiy of tbecoafer9 the .jurLjictioa u,,0n the United Slates in tm manner. j Court thercl)y crofttcd, and then to 1LU method of collecting the reye-L, oyli(:d ftn!, published bv .1 1 I . J 1 a I I " g- ingoa uai.j, anasj.i Ui j pprlj.le, both .Nortn aii'i souui, j j. i:bu.it to - these :-illegitimate assessments and co...

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. — 15 February 1872

j - A "Weekly journal devoted to the Inter ests of therrfSens of G ilea County, and the State of Tcruiessi at large. " J yenr $2.00. 1 G months $1.00. Advertisements inserted at reasonable rutcs. Address. L. W, ffC'Qpr, Tiilaskl, Tenn. IV. I)- KAILIIOAD. Arrival -of Trains at TulftsLi. rAKsnxcr.it Tit.uN coixo xokth. Arrives at 2 :00, P. M., and 12 :20, ,i.M. TAKSENfiF-n TKAIX COINO SOTTK. Arrives at 10 S!2, A. JT.; and II :15, i M TV.T.IG FIT TRAINS. Going North Arrives at S :", A . M. Going South Arrives at 1:35, P. M Kayetteville hore mail route leaves, every Thursday at 12:30 p.m. Arrives on Saturday at 11 :W a.m. Thl mail t-iiibraees 1 trad .-haw, '.linker Jlill.Pisgali, fvrerton and Millville. .Sw:ir Creek mail arrive every Tlinr.a ilay at if p.m. iJeparts Friday at 7 a.m. This mail embrace Applet on, "Minor Hill, Good Spring-:, Mar outs and Mock eon. Iawrenceburg trail arrive "Mondays, TV ednedays and Fridays at 11:30 a.m. Iepart same days at J p.m. This em 1, races Vale 31:1...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 15 February 1872

" - " - - - - - - " ' - if .a: A: I : i - : f iaa a i: ir; Art k i" .a. o J. al r-!.i:-.M. i :2-g ....:,'. r.a. : 1 en, A. 1! i. i I i '-. r. . ; a i -. ; s 1 a l.':!', K. '.I., A : - - - . V a - -i r A r: iso-? a CV ; : Cbbe r ! r n; i . A ! : is '. -Ai.iv, r a r. :: A 12 a. aid; CoLn k- f Mi' r t;,i baa-a chd: 110 J. step v I-!; th. pro i ii.-.iii:i about the A r.d i :. advauocd to A;:::"-,,fy Id'' lirfrSitj. I A '(" '." r I V ' -k h '. '' t ; i . i . to . r. ad. it of th C- ;r,Vi Th Ser.aU, a Ev r i ' ai, fl i i ii "iT V iv.'.chi d : I i ra- a ateac- ty bid at . rot: r: ti-d i I hi : a-d it. TI.ii w.iv ' r by the !i'I.)j.r;m of, rights r. m-ndr;-t,t by i IT-!, r ir..iX ghimrtb'. : In view ,f thi. f,-i.i. I. ' -a- " --ao, .. ' t '.:.! i ( to-!: ;:: vole. Priaibdcta Senators ;-: I'orcrn;;, ' i or :,uv, T 7.; :..hu!!. I. li'Ni ; -i O'i the r.. aiivd !". th ! It hns r -t:trt thrit S;:i;,, .!;, ti: ti- i '-.-.a the ev;d.-!it fr ai t he : i.;t.--:dt it hjkio (Irriat by d'db'.'a.- ! tij...

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. — 15 February 1872

f M ll j 5- f I i i 1 1! ! - 1 1 3 H, .'1 vf 5 Tisr jYr Ctuii-ctor. fry ra "nuGio-.L'.ed l j ana-nine Capt. rpr-!V 11. tk'j.-jox as candidate icr 'Iv.x CA-lW-ior 01 Oil county for the itrtn. I Jffti.-u lirat XourtHlitJ- hi Av.'tr., 1172" We ni'v! ntuhorized to nnnoiince Kn ursT Jltrn I'lTU a candidate forTax Collector at lli! etistiinir election. . We are ai.lhoi ized to snno unce IIich r.x M. IUi.j a candidate lor Tax ;;i-torat the ensiiinr election. , We ar authorized to announce J. r.itTicic a candidate for Tax Collector t the cnsaliig Ahku" Election. We arc authorized to announce An--rRiw J. Knight a enndioate for Tax Collator at the ensuing- August Elec tion. - We ire authorized to announce W. G. Lewis, a candidate for Tax Collector . at t!i ensulnjj August clooiion. . We are authorized to announce W.m. J'l.vH'Kirrov a candi ate for Ta v Collect or at the ensuing August blcction. We are authorized to announce J.J. Antkkson ft candidate for Tax Collec tor at the ensuing August e...

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. — 15 February 1872

"ea !! L. W, McCOPJ), Proprietor j7oSI)AY FEBRUARY 15, 1S72. . a snniEii iiocD. I Uy m- in the growing jrras.", A vagrant loving vagrancy; Alfut me khiured fellows throng, A very reel, loss eotn-:uiy. (1:? people of crowded air, Who f.Jlv Joy's revruiting drums; "or t'arift l.or :tyy tiiorn, they leave To-morrow till to-morrow comes. "Who fjntJi'T .ill, vvouM gather mort? ; Who liule li;i!h, hritli need of none; "Wb- wins a rare, will long to win Another that is never wpn. I fiiiig ine'in t!ie gr.ii-t, content Tint not a blade b lo.'irs to me, Ai;J take no thought for moving day-' A vragrant tved to vagr.uiey, 4'lub U.itrs Arc Not Changed. ..We have only raised the limit. Ctilainly no bane, thinking man, iinlesi he be a regular constitutional croaker or an enemy, will complain -at us for this when ho reflects that y. have added so much to the size j i.r.the Ci-niKN and to the expense of j pnblUhing it. We do not ask you to pay more fur it. We only ask more subr.ci il.ers. Our expens...

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. — 22 February 1872

Zht (tithtn and ?rw, x. Weekly joumnl- devoted to the inter Mts of the citizens of Giles County, asd the State of Tennessee at large. TEltMSi 1 Tear $2.00. 1 O month $1.00. Advertisement inserted at reasonable rates. Address, L. W McCOttl), Pulaski, Tenn IV. Jto r- KAILROAD. Arrival of Trains at Fulas7;i. passenger trains going nortii. Arrives Ht 12:00 M., and 12:20, A.M. PASSENGER TRAINS GOrXG SOUTH. Arrives at 12 :40, A. M., and 1 :07, iM FRF.IGilT TKALXS. , iiolns North Arrives at 8 :30, P. if. Going youth Arrives at 12:40, A. M. r'avelteville horse mall route leaves, ver Thursday at 12:30 p.m. Arrives on Saturd.iv at 11:30 a.m. This mail embraces Urads-haw.Bunker Ilill.Pisgah, Cvreston and ili'iviile. "uar Crerk mails arrive every Thurs- ,,iav at C P.m. Departs I riclay at 7 a.m This mail embraces Appleton, Minor Hill, Good Springs, aiarhuts ana ilock .eson. Lawreneeburg mall arrives Mondays, Wednesdays and 1'ridays at 11 :30 a.m. Departs same liuys ar l'p.m. This em braces Vale...

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. — 22 February 1872

-.- s 1. ,V7. MoCORD, Proprietos - i--riicn4V VFPIMTl tv oo icro I 111. 11' I ..W, l.4. . - f i mi; j 1 ' "' ' "" FpO.CC Will pClflilS, U IJiltJ llj A 'Mistaken Policy. iivu fc cxU'a-'t;1 from that por- We. the country Press of Tcnnes-' lion of Cpt. G's Iw,h which clis tt", have contributed a' great acai j cusess the question in a purely fi during the la.nt five years" to the cir-! mincial aspect, to the exclusion of dilation of the Nashvi'la Dailies. We have not n!y ftlded thvc pn )ris by direct appeals t.y our re spective readers,' but In many indi rect v. nys kept them before the peo i We have always been willing to give them, the ilifrbrcncc between our weeklies, and 'their dailies in the way c-f editorial notices and ad vcitisi:ig, and now we thitik it mis taken economy on the part of those dailies to cut in 6!f from r.n ex- h:in;:e. The New York lvnhl, the j Courier JournJ, the Mobile lieytaier and oilier da'tics equally expensive to the pub'.'.slur., though tliey are not s'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. — 22 February 1872

ft it I 1 i 1 - i f f i i 1 ; i v 1 M II Efec (Titem l,mt git. 'Tit.lKSDAY, FEEItUAKY 22, 1S72. ANNOUNCES! KNTS. Tor Tax L'olleCtort We are authorized to r.nnounre Capt. Vsmnv K. GORtKs as a candidate for T-ix Collector of Giles county for the ,-I a! . a.... T:.lil-. 11' in next term. August, 157:2. We are authorized "to announce En ht Mrnnma as a candidate for lax Collector at the enduing election. Wc are authorized to announce liicn ari M. BH-M-as a candidate tor Tax Collector at the cu-suing election. am authorized to announce J. r-i rTicK a candidate for Tax Collector at the ending August Klection. Wc are nuthorized to announce An i,fw J. Knight a tandioate for Tax Collector at the ensuing August tlec- tioll. We arc authorized to announce W. (i I lh is, a candidate for Tax Collector it the en-uii!g Auust election. . We ure aiithoi i' d to announce Wj. 1'INKKHTON a caudi "ate for Tax Collect or at the cmui.' August election. " V are authorized to announce J. J. Mi;iisox a candida...

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. — 22 February 1872

hf (litiscn and jt'vcss. W. McCORD, Proprietor TillTiSPAY.. FEB3.UA iiY 22, 1872. Fuont the New York IleruM. "Women iu ikz Ministry. 3Iaay tr.iugs have conspired tltir- j i n the presfijt century t'j brlnir the (JIuUtiRn pulpit and nduiitry i:.to disrepute. The advanceiEeiit of the masses in general intclli pvice r.n literary culture, whereby priestcraft has lust its hoi I upon the people; the sensational charac-tf-r of many of our so-ca'Ied "Chris tian" pulpits, and the practical and actual n the i sm and infidelity taught hy many other.?, tend to bring the sacred office of the Gospel ministry into contempt. But it is likelv to be rendered more ijrnoble by the elevation of women in very re:it n und. cr.-t into the pulpits of the laud. Nut, indeed, that we ob-h-ct to woin; n teaching religion or morals, law or pli sic, or unythir.g fi.se that the sc.. is capable of, but rather that we object to the time and place and manner of such teaching. Women have pushed themselves into the pru...

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. — 29 February 1872

! ( 1 ; in i s ? i H is i 1 i M H ri TliEO RICIIARDSO, WITH 1 CLOTHIER, 34 North Summer Street, XASnHLLE, TENN. , - Fine Dress Suits Stylish Business Suits Boys' School Suits, Boys' Dress Suits, Spring Over-coats. Shirts Macl& to Order, The True Fit Shirt, A Good ' Shirt for $2. Th e Pan ta loon Drawer, Laporte Kid Glove, Yobby Jrcch Wear, Sole Leather TrunJzs, Ladies Trunhs. feb22-ly 1st col 1st p POPE & TOWLEE? Insists h Plamaceatlsti, Southeast corner Public Sqvar, PULASKI, - - - - TEXX. TV. A. MANNING, . PulastI, Tenn, Upstairs Ballentine' Corner, TEWELRY, Watches aud tlocks for l-,and all kind ot liepalring done to order on Khort notice. jnly j. p RAinmT, . Dealer in Staple 5 Fancy Groceries, country r KO DUCE, I 7T'RX1TLRE, Tin-ware, Glass-war, 1 Wooden-ware, Hollow ware, Hard Mare tr. Still the Cheapest man in town, for Catk. Come antl .See. , D0BS0N & WILLIAIiSON JSjt ch.it ects, I! NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Corner Church and Summer. KFFEEZXCLS JX ILES t Cox, EqM Joh...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 29 February 1872

a-8e-a?areBi-----as-- L. w. McCOPwD, Proprietor THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1S72. Mh. W. L. Hakre, late of the Nashville U and American, will be the city editor of the Memphis Duitf Rryter, a new evening paper to be started early in March next, ami of which Colonel Tatleu will be editor in chief. -" "'" " . The most striking manifestation of littleness we have heard of since the fliod is the effort of the Nashville Daiiip to fwat their country' exchanges, out of 10, the price of subscription. Our citizens of Irish birth an naturally pleased at the prospect of a war between the United States and Kngland. One of the moat irrcprcs nibly bellicose of these recently wrote to a New York paper, propon ing that If the American Govern ment would bimply declare war. the Irishmen would do all the lighting. ffm. Ii. Stokes, the -Icro of the Calf-killer," or "Bald Eagle,' or, as Etherrdge once denominated him, "Swwet Willian," has been tried and convicted of defrauding the govcrn iuciit of 1-onnty mo...

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