ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Pulaski Citizen, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 4,301 items from Pulaski Citizen, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
4,301 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 3 August 1866

1 NO VOLUME 8. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAf JMURNING, AUGUST 3, 1S66, NUMBER 31. PT 1IU l t i i-L BUSINESS CARDS, s. x. wiLto.-i, u. a. OAKTtn, n. m. james. T7HS0IT, CARTER & CO., COTTON FACTORS, . v. AXD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEKB IN Groceries & Plantation Supplies, No. 10t MAIN STIIEKT, Corner Washington, jane 1J memphix, tenx. COIHIERCIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedarand Cherry Streets, STasliville, Tennessee, J. G. FULGHUM, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. G. WILSOV, Clerk. This Hotel has been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor di hires a liberal patronage of the traveling public. may lS-Cm NATHAN ADAMS, OQce in Court-house next to Pest Office, WILL. PltACTICi: L A w in Chancery ami Circuit courts of Giles. He will Attend to the Collection of Claims gain t the U. S. for Bounty, l'erwion, Back Pay, or claims for property and charge m thing in euch catet xintil tfe iiumtif in collected. feb 10-Gm SOLOIST VI. HOSE, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PU...

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. — 3 August 1866

rC j V. ittcCOKD, Editor rud Iubli-her. PULASKI, TZElSTZLsT. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1806. , - .- -iot and' Eloadslied. There wag a bloody tiot io New Orleans on the 30th ulrt,' resulting from an attempt of the Governor of Louisiana to reassemble the Stale convention of 18G4, with the avowed purpose of enfranchising negroes and disfranchising rebels. The convention was elected id 1864, while the war was in "progresB, and the State under military rule. It accomplished the purposes for which it was elected, and ha9 long since been a de funct body. Cut the radical Governor, in violation of all precedent, and in utter dis regard of honor or law, i6ued a proclama tion ordering elections to fill vacancies in the said convention. This proclamation was illegal from the fact that the Secretary of State refused to countersign it or permit the'fcual of State to be attached. The Lieut. Gov., the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, the Auditor and State Treasurer, who v.ere all elected o...

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. — 3 August 1866

n (3 I. tV. McCOUD, Kditor and Publisher. CJIICE O. EAST CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE UP STAIRS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Adrance. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1CC6. Wheat Wanted. Wanted, immediately 1,000 buehels good merchantable Wheat, for which the market price will be paid on delivery. Aug. 3-3t J. D. Flactt & Co. Classical and Mathematical School. We will open a school in the Cumber land Church on Monday, 13lh of August. Instruction will be fciven in nil the branches of education taught in our best Colleges; and the course of study will be that usually pursued in those institutions. TERMS. For each pupil, $5,00 per month, to he paid invariably at the end of each month. For the session a contingent fee of 8 1 ,00 per 6olioIar will be charged, to be paid at the end of first month. N. W. Motiieral. C. G. Rogers. New Books. Just received by Osborn k Co.: "Four Yearn in the Saddle," By Harry Gilmer. Jar gals," Ry Victor Hugo. Also Another fresh supply o...

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. — 3 August 1866

CHANCERY NOHCES. NEW A D V E 11TISEM NTS, BUKDETTS COLUMN, CrlANCERY NOTICES. L. McCOIlD, Kditor Mid Publisher. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1866. Stand from Under. Now you, that was cut out for a man, but waa so villainously spoiled a making up, we'll attend to your case. For what end did you burst open the world's door, and rush in uncalled, like a man chased by a mad bull? What did you expect to be stow on your fellow-men? Some useful invention, some heroic act, some great dis covery, or even one solitary remark? No! Those that look fur any good from you, will be just as badly fooled as the man who caught a skunk and thought it was a kiiteD, or the woman who made greens out of gun powdar tea. You know where the neatest mutton-ham pants can be got "on tck," but you don't know where anything useful can be eneacred in. You know the color of a vest, but never studied the gorgeous huer of the rainbow, unless it was to wish for a piece to make a cravat of; you know Low a fool feels in ful...

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. — 10 August 1866

nnii 3 V! nn ivT i y! i 1 U 1 1 t H u n J ''"' i in i v VOLUME -8. Jijfc)j..j!iM.uaiijyi'- BUSINESS CARDS, V. A. OA&TE3, E. X. JAMES. WHS01I, CAETEE & CO., COTTON FACTORS, -vj WBOIXiALZ AND BITAIL DUUEI X2 Groceries & Plantation Supplies, No, J94 2IATN hTItEET, Corner Washington," june 1J ' fcEHpaia, texjc. COIHIEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedarjand Cherry Streets, jSTas&ville, Tennessee, J. G. rULGHULI, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. G. 1VILSON, Clerk. This Hotel haa been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor doires a liberal patronage of tho traveling public. ? may 13-6m A 4 A A. A. J .Jhi ..-l-.S J CHc2 la Court-Louse next to Post 0I2.ce, MrILL PRACTICE I AW In Chancery and Circuit courts of Giles, lie will Attend to the Collection of Claims gainFt the TJ. S. for Bounty, Pension, Back Pay, or claims for property and chare nothing in such cotes until Iks tmney is colUcttd. fob 16-Gm SOLOIST IE. HOSE. Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PULASK...

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. — 10 August 1866

. T i e it mtu L. XV. MrCOIlD, Editor Bud Publisher. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 10, 18G6. On the application of BromGeld L. Rid ley, Esq, , Judge Cooper has issued a man. dafnua directing the Commissioner of Reg istrstion for Rutherford courjty to register Lim p. 3 a voter and to grant him a certifi cate thereof, or to appear et the next term cf the Circuit Court for Rutherford rounty, to b-i he'd in November, and there show good and suEcient cause why be refuses to do so. In tliia petition Judge Ridley states that he was pardoned by the President on the 6ih cf July, 1G55, for all offensee against the government cf the United States and that he is in all respects a loyal citizen of the United States and of the State of TezsneBfiee,1 When a citizen of Williamson county made application to Judge Brien for a man damus under similar circumstances, be re fused to issue it, and an appeal was taken from bis decision to the Supreme Court. Important Orders. Gen. Scott, Com mandant of South Carol...

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. — 10 August 1866

L. W. McCORD, Editor and Publisher. Off XCX 50. EAST C0BSE2 PUBLIC 8QT7i.SE V STAIBS. .TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Eonr Dollar per Annum, Invariably ia Advance. JPTTT, A'ffTCT. TEHSnST, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10,1866. "Wlieat "Wanted. Wanted, immediately 1,000 bushels good merchantable .Wheat, for which the market price will be paid on delirery. Also, SCO Bushels Dried Peaches. -Au. 3-3t J. D. Flactt & Co. - Classical and Mathematical School. - We will open a school in the Cumber land Church pit Monday, 13th of August. . Instruction -'-r-T'l ha, 'given in nil the branches of educstlc-rf-laught in our best Colleges; and the course of study will be that usually pursued in those in: stations. te r m s ". -For each pupil, 85,00 per1 month, to he paid invariably at the end of each month. -For the session a contingent fee of 81,00 per scholar will be charged, to be paid at the end of first month, . . N. W. MoTIIERAL. C. G. Rogers. CROSS HARKS (X) , Look out for cross marks on your paper. T...

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. — 10 August 1866

y5?f3&-Sd3t Am ZZZZ3C3ZZ i 1 ii ilt I Hi III UW i M '. I li i ii Hi1 gnksm ten I,. V. McCOKP, Fditor Pud Publisher. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1866. Wants &n Explanation. A correspondent cf the Hartfort Post, writing from Ccdliersv ille, eays: "I observed a Kolico in one of the papers recently of the lenet of driving nails into fruit trees to increase tho supply of fruit. It l-.aa long been claimed by eome that old scythes, sickles, borse shoes, &c, bung on the limbs of trees would increase their fer tility;, by others it has been scouted bb a superstitious and foolish notion. The writer will state ona circumstauce which carae under his personal observation that is worth recording. "Mr. G. II. Hearing, of ihfa place, had a thrifty growing apple tree from a nureery eet out in his garden, on ona of the limbs of which was the label, attached to a email wire, which he neglected to take off, and soon the wire was entirely embodied in the bark. The next year that limb was load...

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. — 17 August 1866

-.-.it i i 7 U J i i - TOLUilE 3. PULASKI, TENSES BUSINESS CARDS, a. a. wn-o:, M. A. CAETEE, E. S. JAKES. T7XLSOH, GAETEE & CO., COTTON I'ACTOUS, AKD WHOLESALX AD BETAII. EEALEB9 I Groceries & Plantation Supplies, No. 104 MAIN STREET, . . . "Comer Washington, (June 1J kemfhib, Tira. G0L1IIEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedaras)d Cherry Street", ilSTaslivillo, Tenncssee, J. G. FULGHUH, Proprietor, Formerly of 2? Nrrtb Summer St., . J. G. WILSON, ClcrU. r!,:;nj. 1 ii r.ro ;r: '.ur tkrsis a -"K, way 13-Cm of the traveling labile. I7ATHAU ADAT.IS, 0ca in Court-house next to Post QI2.ee, AVIL.I. PRACTICE LAW In Chancery and Circuit courts of G ilea. Ua will Attend to the Collection of Claims against the U. S. for Bounty, Pension, Back Py, xr claim for property arul charg nothing in uch caw until th tnoney is collected. fb lG-6ra SOLON E. HOSE, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PULASKI, TENN. 021c In tha Bouth-west Corner of the Court House, WILL PRACTICE la the Courts of Giles and adjounin...

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. — 17 August 1866

J L. TV. SlcCQItl, Editor nd Publisher. iJ U ,L,.AB:ECX, T'EZnTIN". FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 18CS. Thx Agricultural Bureau is in receipt of DCoaragiDg reports as to the cotton crop at th South. . f?7x learn that Northern Georgia, Lower East Tennessee, and Northern Alabama are ufTering greatly for rain. In portions of North Georgia, crops will be a failure. A Frenchman is out with a pamphlet, recommending the French Government to transplant the freedmsn of the United States to Algeria. Thx number of men in the regular ar taiea cf Europe, exclusive of volunteers, is fire millions, two hundred and sixty-nine thousand. Tbb Texas Legislature met at Austin on jiionday, 6tb inet., and business commenced. The inauguration of Governor Throckmor ton took place on the 9th. An immense wigwam or tent, capable of holding ten thousand persons, is built for the accommodation of the Philadelphia Convention. Napoleos has asked from Prussia an ex tension of the frontier of France. The ac tivity in F...

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. — 17 August 1866

L. TV. ricCORD, Editor and Publisher. OIIICX SO. XA8T COBUE PCILIO SQCARE V7 STAIRS TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Focr Dollars per Annsm, Invariably in Advance. 3?TTT , A RTTT. TZEXLZTnT, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1866 Wheat Wanted. Wanted, immediatelv 1,000 bushels good merchantable "Wheat, for which the market price will be paid on delivery. Also, 500 Buehela Dried Peaches. Aug. 3-3t J. D. Flautt & Go. cnoss harks (x.) Look out for cross marks on your paper. This inJioates tho expiration of your subscription. We ars compelled to adhere to our rule of payment in advance. "We hope you will renew without delay. A Pressure. There is such a pressure on our advertising columns this week that nscch interesting matter is crowded out. After another week or two our readers will bo furnished with the usual variety. Aoriccltcral Beport. We are indebt ed to our friend, Maj. Allmajt, for a copy of the "Monthly Report of the Agricultural Department for July, 1866," which con tains valuable and int...

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. — 17 August 1866

"" 1 ; ! I 1 , I 4 JL. W. McCOKO, I'ditor nd Publisher. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1866. The Incendiary Speech at Hew Orleans. The following is Dostie'a incendiary speech to a crowd of negroes in front of tbe Mechanics' Institute three evenings pro ceeding tho riot at New Orleans: Dr. Doatie, In the course of hia remarks on Friday night, ertid: "I want the negroes to have the right of suffrage, and we will give them this right to vote. There will be another meeting here to-morrow night, and on Monday I wan' you to come in your power. I want no cowards to come. I want only brave men "to como, who will stand by us, and we will stand by thm. Come then io your power to that meeting, or tever go to another political meeting in thi3 State. We have three hundred thou sand black men with white hearts. Also, one hundred thousand good and true union white men, who will fight for and beside the black race, against the three hundred thousand hell-bound rebels, for now there are but two parties ...

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. — 24 August 1866

mil 1 1 Tin I I t l ? 11 Jill VOLUME 8. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, Flhl ir MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1866, NUMBER. 34 . -4 . ! i 1 i r I E 1 . I y Ji. Jj LLzZJ.iiJl i o BUSINESS CARDS, . A. WILSOi It. A. OABTEB, H. X. JAMES. WILSOIT, CAETEE & CO., COTTON FACTORS, AND WHOLESALE AST) RETAIL CEALEE8 IN Groceries & Plantation Supplies, .No. 01 MAIN hTItrCT, Corner "Washington, junelj memphw, tnc COIIilEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar andCberrr Streets, ZSTcisKville, 'Tennessee, J. Q. rULGHULX, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Sotumer Bt., J. O. AVIXSON, Cicrk. Thin H-.U-l has been Uty fUtd and r.ewly fur abfhed. The proprietor .Umrea a Lbcr P' W of the traveller public. - is'6m . IIATHAII ADAMS, Ofice in Court-house next to Post OGce, AVIL.I, PRACTICE LAAV In Chancery and Circuit courts of Giles. Ha will Attend to the Collection of Claims ngaim t tho U. S. for Bounty, Pension, Back Pay, or claims for property-W Jiarge SOLOIST e. hose, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PULASKI, TENN. Office ia the ...

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. — 24 August 1866

yulaolu j L. W. McCORl), Kditor Pnd Publisher. FRIDAY MOHNINO, AUGUST 24, 18S5. Jads Canpbell v. Haj. Hoai.: ; Ona of the most iofamous and high handed acts of usurpation erer yet perpe trated by aa infamous and high-haadej Governor, Las just come to light ia this State. The Hod. David Campbell, of Frank lin, was several months ago appointed Chancellor for this district, but by the able and impartial manner in which he has dis charged his duty, without fear or favor, has given offence to the unblushing usurper who claims to b Governor of Tennessee, and by the majesties waive of bis imperial band the Judge is divested of his office, and tbe judicial ermine transferred to a b angry political upstart of acknowledged inferiority, who glories in the name of Major J. J. Noah, formerly of New York, then of the army, then of the swarm of locusts which came into our community as sutlers, and now of Columbia. Bat we learn from the Union and Ameri can that Judge Campbell will continue to bold ...

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. — 24 August 1866

gtttttfiU TOim I.. W. JIcCORD, Editor and Publisher. or r ics 80. bast cobneb tvmic sqcabi cr etaies. TEEMS OF 6TTBSCEIPTI0N. . Four Dollars pe Annum, Invariably in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24. 18C6- TTheat 7antei. Wanted, iinmediatelv 1,000 bushels good tnerchtntabla Wheat, for which the market price will be paid on delivery. Also, 500 Bushela Dried Peaches. Aug. 3-3t J. D. Flactt fc Co. : CEOSS HARKS (X.) Lock ont for crcsa marks on your paper. This indicates the expiration of your subscription. We are compelled to adhere to our rule of payment? in avdvance. We hope you will renew without delay. St. Cecila. We ask attention to the ad vertisement of this well-known school. Look Here Boys. Wa want a carrier-boy a lad who can read writing to deliver the paper to town subscribers. For a faithful, prompt lad we will pay liberally, besides giving him the benefit of a carrier's address Christmas, if ire should keep him until that time. Or we would take a boy fourteen or fif teen y...

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. — 24 August 1866

I.. W. 3IcC01tl, lMitor udruMidser. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1866. Oar Eel Hooias Singular Statement in Hegard to Cholera. Dr. T. S. Dell, an old and eminent phy sician of Louisville, a man of vast acquire ments and wide observation and experience, said the other day at a meeting of the Louis ville College of Physicians and Surgeons: 'The cause of cholera has never risen to any great height perpendicularly, except when forced up. . Naturally it cannot affect the second story of any good residence Heights have always been, when properly guarded, secure refuge from cholera. Ele vated buildings or high, walls have always beetTexernpt, while conterminous places were ravaged. Moscow has repeatedly been invaded in tha quarters along the low banks of the Moskwa, but there has never been a case of the disease in the elevated Kremlin. The monasteries with high walls in Italy, France and Spain have, wi'.h great uniformity, escaped the disease. "The cause of cholera acta alone at night, and ...

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. — 31 August 1866

K3affiSSSBBVHSS(SS35Ss .' . 5 t , r t i. : i WT1J ' V0LU3IE 8. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAY HORNING, AUGUST 31, 1866, NUMBER 35 V Fl "ill iTTTl I I Ml ' pji JJ iLliiiJ hit 1 1 . M 0 BUSINESS CARDS, """'" 1 JOHN s! T7ILKES, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, l'ULAKX, rENNESSEE," Will practice ia Giles and adjoining counties. Con lo lound At the Office of Brown MeCallum. aur. 17-Cm. JOHN O; THITSON, attorney. . .at , Law, 1 PULASKI, - rrEKW, WILL practice in Giles and the adjoining Coun ties, and in t ha Supremo Court at Nashville. Strict attention given to all collections entrusted to him. OFFICE May'a Old corner Up-stairs. july 27-ly ' S. A. WILSOjC, M. A. CAiilEC, n. it. jakls. WILSOIT, CAETEIt & CO., COTTON FACTORS, . AXD WHOLESALE AND BZTAIX DEALERS. LS Groceries Plantation Supplies, No. 9l MAIN STREET, Corner Washington, june 1J Memphis, Tn. - GOnilERCIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and'Cherry Streets, IS'asliville, Tennessee, J. G. FULGmJII, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St....

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. — 31 August 1866

L. W. McCOUD, Editor Pnd Publisher. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31. 1866. Brevities" and Kewi Items. . Ta new cotton crop ia estimated at 2, 700,000 bales, i or abou half the crop of ieC0, which was the largest ever raised in in the South. . . The President, it is said, has determined to dispatch a squadron to the Mexican coast to look after Maximilian's - blockade and American interests generally, in that quar ter. . . ' '. C ' ." - i ; Tna President has directed a pardon to be made out for Chaa. M. Conrad, -of Loui siana, a member of the Con federate- "con gress. Mr. Conr&d was" secretary of war of the United States under the administration of President Fillmore.' Ths anti-rent troubles have broken out" again,: in a serious shape, near Albany, N. y. The sheriff, in attempting to execute a legal process, was roughly handled, and his deputies beaUn and driven, off by a body of men. " . Thb negroes of San Francisco have been testing their right to sit among white folks at the theatre....

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. — 31 August 1866

i txmi I.W. ltlcCORD, Editor end Publisher. orricE co. EeTtioEKxa hjbt.io sqcaiix c stairs. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tour Dollar per Annum, Invariably in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1866- Wheat Wanted. Wanted, immediately 1,000 bushels good tnerpbantable Wheat, for which the market price will be paid on delivery. Also, 500 Bushela Dried Peaches. Aug. 3-3t J- D. Flactt & Co. CROSS HARKS (X.) Look out for cross marks on your paper. This indicates the expiration of your subscription. "We 4ira compelled to adhere to our rnlo of payment in advance. We hope you -will Tenow -without delay. Laroe. We hare the largest cotton stalk of the season just before us, from the farm of Clay Crow. It contains over a hundred healthy bolls and blooms. At Last. We have had a searching, soaking rain at last, and vegetation has a dorned the earth again with the habiliments of life. We feel and see its refreshing in fluence everywhere and in everything. Closed. The interesting meeting which had be...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 31 August 1866

mi rI VT, mCOKl, Editor fnd l'b)i'her. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31. 18G6. Co it Yith Your Hight. . Fortune, succeess, fame, are never gain ed but by piouslj, determined! y, bravely sticking, growing, liviDg to a thing till it is fairly accomplished. In short, you must carry a icing turougu u juu anybody or anything. No matter for these obstacles. Stick to.the ihiD, and carry it through. Believe that you were made for the matter, and no one else can do it. Put forth yaur whole energies. Stir, awake, electrify yourself, and go forth to the task. Only once leara to carry a thing through ia all its completeness and proportions, and you will become a hero. 5 You will think better of yourself; others will think belter of you. Of course they will. The world, ita very heart, admirea th 6tern doer. Drive right along then, in whatever good cause you may undertake. Eucceea will crown those who persevere; never fear. "A Prophecy Fulfilled. In a speech delivered by Daniel Web ster, at Faneuil Hall...

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