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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 13 June 1872

J&t Citisftt and gxtiw: THURSDAY, .TUNE 13, 1S72. AXXOUXCKM ENTS. Vr Tax Collector. YTe are authorized to announce Cnpt. The Fruit Exposition. UiuuceUiigjorhfc.Gilcs County Fruit Growers' Society bcll at the Court Louse on ;.S?-W..' an via Ul Zen knocked in th oi clearing away tut' lebria enhe&cj-th eiJc.L xom- Mr. Alex. G. Steele, w ho lives I nu'IU'e'- t-stuMay last, aiahoutthi mil., ,.r . i. resolution to hold aa Exposition came engaged in a dispute with a this summer was unanimously car- J negro named Prof. Ena tbohas nea, and the time set for August; been working o, hU place, last ....-.-.-,... ....J.... f i .vwi ittx urI 1 1.. ' X f 1 l a I I 11 awt, , J . - i a lKrEW K. liUHiTOwararanmiriiir: - v during wniCIl liie n-TO l'u :,- : i " b: , J"" i lm k P rocks mid commenced next "" -""ji au wc miv exiieet the Ex- Mr. Yancey's school- at Wales THE OLD WHITE ilAT. Mr. Greeley's Letter to the Shuj'ard Hoy. Station closed yesterday. its spring session ! Below we give transla...

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. — 13 June 1872

A Good story. Kotic-3 to Creditors. I:i Wa-hington City, recently, a rr TTE insiilvenov of the estate of J. X. genial yotiny gentle man mi wiiiiug ; (.iiurcb, dee'd. having been by me 1 to i.in : t icc irn iti 'ti t iui avqnaia- j susre.sted t t!ie County Court of 4jdes . ' Unite iit a weading reception caught jemm y, Tennessee an on'fr wr.s m:u!e A Wi'U; jijiiinal d. 'Voted to ike inter- Defliel uc'-"" - j; k. la,noi;: Uur litti- town Hat, 7 - , 1 , , n-dMirin-notice-to heu'ivenhv we to all the sure of Tenm--.--. large, not been represented ia :u,v o! ti.e;!,t oi a -ray-hIskcf.l, a.i rath- I ' s:(.(1 ,.st;i;ii to .;,,p(vr an1 ; t,oiiV('i:r..i)s rK-cuny. o:iv t:u i,a-- m . " " . , iii-1 tiu-ir rinu.is siitiiifiu r:u-u i.i rJL 1111 Mit T year 'J.)(. 1 O i!u.i!t;.;l.)0. Saimlle ant Cairo Paciet Co. STEAMERS . Tynonc, Jo;: is Lawmen ana j'a'bir;-in. TE OK THESE FINE STEAM EEs ! "ill le:.ve Nashville every Monday, Yi'editesdsi y & Friday, 1 v.-r. .seim-iiis tn-e a Aaar.'-s. 1 r -:'....

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 June 1872

I) L i tl tiieo KicnAiwso:, -svixn IITI1TBI, CLOTHIER, 34 Sorth Summer Street, ASH VI LLC, TLXX. Fine Dress Suits, Stylish- Business Suits Boys' School Suits, Boys' Dress Suits, Spring Over-coats. Shirts Made to Order, The True Fit Shirt, J Good Sliiri for $2. p The Pantaloon Drawer, U Laporte Kid Glove, Xobby Jfech Wear, l Sole Leather Trunks, Ladies Trunks. , I fclW-ly 1st col l3t p FAMILY SUPPLE GEO. N". MoGIJISW having eom plefe l his new store hoi:?e on the i.orth east corner of the square, and Silled it with . , A Large Stock of Groceries, Itviu-s housekeepers to call ami oom wre his stock ami prices. Family sup plied, ineltidin;; every variety of staple iod fancy groceries, u. ill be furnished CHEAPER THAN EVER FOR CASH. Cii'trtmors are resentfully but car nestly invite. 1 to consult their Interest liy call ing on him occasionally to iee how cheap hesells groceries, mar 4-1 y FASHIONABLE HATS! T7ATEREIEL.D BROS,. 43 Union Street, Nashville, - - Tonn.. HAVE Just received the n...

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. — 20 June 1872

J I 5 1 Us iot U . cum .m riluta ami 3?rc ..- I ('iinripr .Tunrnalistie. -j a uc arc iiovoi ui n - . - 1 . " : .. f: . l , ' t lir:iiu paper in .tiiiiDi'Miiu iu ne cai J-VV tbe ("itiin. i The Hidden' Hand. 10,000 WORTH I 'IPRSDAY', JUNK 20. Benham- la the ("curdy f ourt of Gi'es .foamy. Mr. B. Mchvi.le. Boriham gave one i Georg B-wer nni others vs. Benjamin J A romance in our mhbf. end who of his drawing loom eiitertainuietits ' B. B-en-o'i ..u others, j or X this caii-e it aupcarmg tuat tJic ile- . . . , , -. . - i . . . - i - . U to subsist wholly upon the foster-j embosomed i its hill.- an I tne f" ; y"r " - JJ l-Hly of Radicalism, we would . hade ot its beautilul ioensts, Las it v" : ,v; j . j.hiw K , iv.du ! sjggest that it might more appro : startling. story. Listen, and troro-; cu:ns,tances the entertainment wns , T Ej,au'r, F. Martha .v., Grg.- f. i v ; printed v be called ihe Ruzz ard. j hie with sad coniecture. ! not verv wc-il attended on Tuestay . f :tvid JoIah and Frank...

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. — 20 June 1872

f fl Zht Cittern awl 3?rr.s.$. THURSDAY, A XXOUXCKM KNTS.- DEATH DFlIRrsfEELE. His ardererV' Trial and Com . " Klttf.1. - CEREMONIES It is with pain thnt we. chronicle Tor Tojc Collector, - We are authorized to announce Capt. Asdkkw K. Coupon as a candidate lor T.is Collator of Giles county for the next term. Election lirst Thursday In August, 172.. ! the death of .Mr. AG. Steele,' w ho We aro authorized to announce Fn Ni.sr Mkf.itii ai ft candidate fur Tux Collector at the ensuing election. .W...V, i lui3 morning, assis ted by members of various other Lodges thri.vh-mf ... ....... ..... , . .. . . -viumm till; lULiUL- last Tn.,1, m ? by n0i?m! jK of interest, cards tans of which appeared in -last I toD-etiW o .,.., week's rmtr. I, c.,. . . 7 . "lui'- Vi paper l. i . vneem CHCCl last Thursday evening at 6 o'clock, af- The corner stone of t bo i ,-.- v ' ! -r. .... "" i d f t . - i - "'inai uans wi to s , in- tir, f ! v m" toiner-Mtone oti The Exposition." The' Executive Committee nf...

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. — 20 June 1872

t I IDL'IIIUJM A "VToskly joaraal devoted to the Inter ests of the cltiiens of Gil County, ami the Put of Tennee at Urge. 1 year $2.00. J 6 rnmtbii$1.00. Advertisement inserted at reasonable rate. Address. I- YT. McCORD.lvi.Tfnn. JX. 5i 33. IiAILllOAD. Urrirml .Twins at rulaki. ASSEXaERT.UI.XS COZXO XOITR. Arrives at 12:00, Af., and 12 :20, M. PAUUtxr.KR taIX coixci south. Arrives at 11 :40, r. iln and 1 :C7, i. 1 ration r trims. Uohg North Arrives at 8 :30, P. M. Coin South Arrives at 12 MO, A. M. r3-tteriile horse mail route loaves vvery Thursday at 12:30 p.m. Arrive' i a Saturday r.t 11 :30 a.m. This mail I .abracea BrarWimv.P.tuikcr Hill. Pizah. Cyrestor. and Millvill- - Sugar Creek mtilsjirrlveeTery Thurs Rt 6 p.m. fpuna Friday at 7 a.m. TM m-iil embrace Apptetcu, Minor Kill, OoaJ Spring, Marbuts and llotk- Lawrenceburg mail arrive,? Monhiv. elnc.hy ami Fridays at 11 ;S0."m. Imparts ime divs nt 1 p.m. This -m-Wmces V.-d- Bodenhamer, U'est I'tiiM and Way land Springs. Man ella F...

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. — 27 June 1872

looi:! 1 TIIEO .KICnARDSO;, rp " " with SlTIG.OI, CLOTHIER, 34 Sortli Summer Street, NASHVILLE, TENN. Je Dress Suits, Stylish Business Suits Boys' School Suits, Boy sf Dress Suits, rin$ Over coats; Shirts Made to Order, The 'True Fit Shi?t, A Good Shirt for $2,' The Pajitaloori Drawer, Laporte Kid Glove, Nobby Kech Wear, Sole Leather Tiiinhs, Ladies Trunhs. ftb22-lltcollstp fflnii f o!?ni ire CI EO. X. McGKEAV having com X pleted his new tore house on the north ea.t corner of the square, and filled it with A Largre Stock of Groceries, invites housekeepers to call and com pare hia stork and prices. Family sup plies, including every variety of staple and fancy groceries, will he furnished CHEAPER THAN EVER FOR CASH. Customers are respectfully but earnestly invited to eonsult their interest by call ing on him occasionally to see how cheap he sells groceries, piar 4,-ly '.FASHIONABLE HATS! WATERFIELD BROS,, 43 Union Street, Nashville, - - Tonn., H '7 AVE Just received the new Spring Sty...

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. — 27 June 1872

ti SItt ituru anil 2rc$s. L. W. McCORD, Proprietor THURSDAY, JUNE 7,187?. i Col- S. Rosrfor Cosress. T.e -niiJiie of our distinguished fellow-citizen, - Col. S. E. Rose, is lingniflr throughout the district in tonin-ctioti with the approaching Corigreknal csuvHfs. II has Leen solicited from almost, every quarter to become a candidate, and will probably yield iu du time, to the solicitations of his friends. -No man iu the district could make a more vigorous canvass against bar gains, intriguesftud monopolies, and the people ar eLunorous for a champion. ., . . . - Jostea' Arqnittod. : The Ilauiblin murder case was tiied at the late term of the Crimi nal .Cum t at Franklin, and the jury returned a verdict of "not guilty,' a'ter a bhoit deliberation. Thus, the prisoner, against whom there was much prejudice, produced by j very strong circumstantial evi dencc, is liberated after an impartial and thorough investigation. Tlier was a manifest inclination to lynch him Ht one tunc. .... f 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. — 27 June 1872

8 1 i THURSDAY, TUNE 1S72. ANNO UN CKM IINTS. 1'or Tax Collector. Wc aro authorized to announce Cnpt. axdrkw li. Gordon as a t-aiifi itiatc for n-.. i -nllecfor of Giles county lor " ...... Tl nxt term, r.iecuoii Aiit, 1S72. the lij-rit J. lairs day m Wc are authorised to announce Er skst Mkkkpith as a candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing election. We are authorized to announce Iticu jii:n M. Uh-k-i as a candidate for Tax Collector at the ensuing election. 'e. arw authorized to announce ,J. TiiTicK a candidate for Tax Collector oi the eliding August Election. iwles (olle-e Examination. The closing exercises ofthels-t session of Giles College took r!ace upon last Thursday and Friday. Though unable to be'-present we learn that the examination of the pupils was entirely satisfactory showing the efficiency of the Facul ty anJ advances made by the pupils. Giles College is now under able Moonlight Picnic VTe gladly put in, our5 appearance at the moonlight picnic in Col, S, E. Rose's...

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. — 27 June 1872

hf 'Cittern ami gxtte, A AVavkly Journal devoted to the inter Bst of the citizens of Giles County, and (lie State of Tennessee at larjre. 1 yrnr $2.0O. O months $1 .OO. Advertisements inserted at reasonable rites. AddreM. L. W. il. CORD, Pulaski, Tnn. Arrival of Trains at Fulashi. PASSBXOKn TRAI.VS GOING NORTH. Arrives at 12:00, jr., and 12 :20, A.M. VS$ZXC.F.;l TRAINS GOING SOl'TH. Arrive at 11 :10, r. il., and 1 :07, . Jl FKEIGI1T TRAINS. Coinjr North Arrives nt 8 --JO, 1'. jr. Goinr South Arrives at 12 :10. A. M. Fajetteville horse mail route leaves, every Tli ursday at 12:30 p.m. Arrive on Saturday at 11 :30 a.m. ThU mail unbraces Iradshaw,Biinker IIul,Ii":ih. . i . .... i ii-ii. ... 7 ' i.j nvion huh jiiiiviue. Surar lieet mail arrive every Thurs day at 3 rt.tn. Dpnnrt Frlilir 1 n n This m-iil embraces Appkton, Minor T.ll it- . . . - - j i ut, uwa zprmg, .waiouts ana JlotK noil. Liwrnccburr mall arrives Mondays, "miii-Miiijs aim iriuavs at 1 1 :;ju a.in Depart same d.nvs at l'n...

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 July 1872

THEO RICHARDSON, -WITH HUNTINGTON, . CLOTIIIEll, 34 North Summer Street, NASIIVILLK, TENX. Fine Dress Suits, Stylisli Business Suits Boys' School Suits, Boys' Dress Suits, Spring Over-coats. Shirts Made to Order, The True Fit Shirt, J Good Shirt for $2. llic Pantaloon Drawer, Laporte Kid Glove, Sobby JS"cch Wear, Sole Leather Trunlts, Ladies Trunhs. fb22-lylt col 1st p r EO. X. McGltEW having com JT plcted Lis new store house on the north east corner 01 lae square, anu filled it with A Large Stock of Groceries, invites housekeepers to call and coin- iiiire his stock and prices. Family sup pile, including every variety of staple and fancy groceries, will be furnished CHEAPER THAN EVER FOR CASH. Customers are respectfully but earnestly invited to consult their interest by call ing on hira occasionally to see how cheap he sells groceries. mar 4-1 j FASHIONABLE HATS! WATERFIELD BROS,, 43 Union Street, Nnshvillo, - '- Term., HAVE just received the new Spring .Styles of SILK HATS, Togethe...

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 July 1872

- J - JL J X illH '.I -1 -W-l U I Site (titura ' a:ut L. W. McCORD, Proprietor THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1S1 ;10XG ERAXni RACES.! fj!!pw and Harry Basset! Lorirfelltnv "Wins E.isv ! -LTisif. 4-31. -fit rsf-c' of the season and one t hat has created more ex-ciU-JiienMtniniL' turf-men than :inv over Icforc run ia America, cr.me orf on Tuesd:iy last at Lor.ir IJranch he tvcen old John Harper's Kentucky horse Ltife'low, nnd the renowned Harry I'assett. Longfellow came innr the string zuu vareis ahead under a strong puii, while Iljssett was urged to his utmost Time 4:34. Interesting Addresses. T'.vo of cur feilow-citixens are ad vertiied, as may be seen from the f. .'.lowing paragraph copied from the llesrtie, to deliver addresses on "ruit 5iiltiuL' Shclbyviile, Oil tl e Llh iitL. 'We are indebted to Judge CVM-m-11 for tiie information that 31 r. Cox and Major McColliuii willal tiivss the people of r.cdforil hi SLel h.vihY on the 1 3t.!i of" July, upon tie subject of the culture of the gr.Mp. Th...

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 July 1872

SIu (Cttteca unit THURSDAY, -JULY 4, 1872. .,.t ANNOUNCEMENTS. T"or Tax Collector, AW are authorized ta announce Capt .Axdbkw GCKDox as n candidate lor T;i Collector 01 unes county ior in 7!ft term. tICCtlOU lirs.1 J.mirsu.-i,) in Wc arc authorized to unnoiiiK'K Eit stst Mi.vwsrru us a Candida) Tyjf Tax 'Collector at tlie en$uiu election. V.' e rue anther ized to announce Ricit ai d M. Hi c -15 a candidate for Tax CulIeutorjUJceniming election. We arc -buthoriicd to announce J. V-ttick a candidate for Tax Collector t the cnsxlng August Electlen. We are authorized to announce Ax , w j. lCNU'i'T a candidate for Tax i ulkjaor ut the t"iuis: Auru.-.t Elec- W( &ri authorized to announce W. (; I j wis, a candidate for Tax Collector j,'.' tile ciiruin August election. . We are authorized to announce AVm. I'jNKi iiTo.v a caiidh'at for Tax Collect or at the ensuing August election. Tve are authorized to JUHUH'.Iice J. J4 WDiijisos a candidate for Tax Collec tor at me enduing -mgusccieeuo...

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 July 1872

(the tfitteca ami grcjsts, o A Weekly Journal devou-d to the intT ti of the t iiixensof Giles County, and the Htite of Tennessee at 1-tre. TER3IS: 1 yonr $2.0O. O month .$1.00. Advertisements inserted at reasonable rta. Address. L. W. McCORD,rulati,Tnn. 3V. 5t D. RAILROAD. Arrival of Train at rulaski. fASSEJfOEH TRAINS COI.VO JffORTJI. Arrives at 12:00, M-, and 12 :20, a. 31. POOM THAFN'8 GOtXO SOUTH. Arrive at 11 -AO, P. 31, and 1 :C7, i. il TRT.1C.HT TRAINS. G..!n North Arrives at 3 :30, P. if. Goinjr South Arrives at 12 :10, A. M. r u f-rteville hor.-e uciil route leaves, every Thursday at 12:30 p.m. Arrives in Saturday at 11 :30 a.m. This mail iMhra-cUnulshaw,UmikerIIIJl,PLsgab, CVriston and Miilville. Hurar Creek mails arrive every Thurs day at 6 p.m. Departs Friday at 7 a.m. This mail emhrave Appleton, Minor Ilill.Gowd .Springs, Marhuts and 31.x:k .au reneobure mall arrives Mondavi, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1 1 :30 a.m. Im parts Hume davs at l p.ni. This em-t-raefs Vale Mills...

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 July 1872

i II f II I i mi I. .. . TIIEO lUCIIARDSOS, WITH iMfllTOlf, CLOTIIIBB, ;?4 orlli Summer Street, . fin e Di 'ess Suits, ' Stylish Biisin ess Suits fioys' School Suits, Boys' Dress Suits, Soring Over-coats. Shirts Made to Order, The True Fit Shirt, , Good Shirt for $2. The Pan I al ooii Drawer, Laportc Kid Glove, Xobby Xcch Wear, ,8qlc Lrather Trunks, Ladies Trunks. FAfcllLYJUPPUES. ro. X- McGUEW having eom V I ph'tcil his new store house on the iu.rt!i east corner of the square, and r.l.-d it with Large Stock of Groceries, ir.vitc housekeepers o call and coin pure his stock and prices. Family sup ,iitvi, including every variety of staple 'ir.d fancy groceries, will le furnished 'cheaper than ever for cash. rn--tomrs are respectfully hut earnestly invitol to consult their interest by call in" ou him occasionally to see how il'iHip he sells groceries. mar 4-ly FASHIONABLE HATS! WATERFIELD BROS,, 43 Union Streot, XnFkvillc, Tonn. IL AVE Just received the uew Spring styles of SILK HATS, ...

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 July 1872

She (tittitix and Qxt$$. L. W. McCORD, Proprietor Till "USD AY, JULY 11, 187S. BALTIMORE. National Democratic Convention- The National Democratic Con vention met at Baltimore on Vedncd.iy. Mr. August Belmont m lc the opening speech and re tired from the Executive Commit-to-. Senator J. R. Doolittle was mail1 permanent President, anil ex (lov. Neil S. Brown Vice President n.ul (.''!. M. C. Callaway Secretary fr-irn Tennessee. A new Execu tive Committee was appointed, with Mr. Aiigiiitm .Scheil at tlifc head mid (it'ii. V. B. Bate the Tennessee iiicinhcr. At the tince of jjoing to jives' there had leen no nomination i lade, hut the Cincinnati platform li.i-l heen ndoptcd in the Committee ind every indication pointed to the nomination of Mr. Greeley on first ):illot. The Bourbon element is f-nid to lie very thin, hut it is lie-li.-vcd they will endeavor to get up h -.ide hhow. LATER- Mr. (Jm-ley Nominated L'naui uiously ! Since the above was written a x-i i:i! dispatch aniKiiiuccs 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. — 11 July 1872

3 AN O UN C E.HEXTS. Tfir Ta Collector. . -Miimrized to announce Capt ' . p (Jordon- as a candidate tor l.-lltW . ..... .1 ii-fiiir ol unci i-uuiiy iui uic Election first Thursday In ).cKt term. ..r.. authorized to announce Ek- jgUur aUheensuing election. ..null as a tauuicrtLc iui a uv to announce Ifirn . . - ..... 1 1 1 j i w i i -v Hw Vt Piri-s as a candidate for Tax .Jt.jrat the ensuing election. authorized to announce J -i candidate for Tax Collector inin,' August Election at the lit "TTaiithorixd to announce Ax- ' . F kVK'.IIT a t,l:1: ' ' .It tin' (iisuiiiir August Elcc- i m is a candidate for Tax Collector ,r the ensuing .ius' hlv... -.m authorized to annoinice AVm 'iSKt'Klo.v a candi 'ate for Tax Collect or it the ensuing August election. "T"e are authorized to announce .J. J. inkm-sox a candidate for Tax Collec t'r at the ensuing August election. iv uro authorized to announce W. S. JUuky a candidate for Tax Collector WL the enuiiig August election. We are authorized to ann...

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 July 1872

iLi! Thc (Citizen ami tc ss, 1 A Wcvkly Jiiirnal devoted to the inter- : tl of the citkeiii of Giles County, ami ' Ihe Suite, of Tennessee at larjre. I 1 yenr $2.00. O months! .oJ ! 1 1 a ' '1 ii"c is t'-o a'-o-t to '.".j-v ! '" prc-ttv neariv rijbt. V.'Ltn a A.!vm;!m.-iitiri.rt-xlatrc-i-'-ie.t-ini'i 'f-"'ce f.f vai-Tn .-ris "" ' ! man is mure tisobu.i ll.au a.i ve. ; ; " 1 1 Jia o . , , . , . , , - rt,. AdJrw. I A T!..;rc a j ...... without'c 1 '" ' . T- V. M,-OOni.,l-la.kl.Tor.n. ' i"' h ge j3 lh? d;R;jk.it a:i j - z. I Th ibe if v.,r Ii'.3 ii the inorcy of ' durkt-fct meanest in ti.o w !;.'.. t--.:.-l-, ?n I to r.rovid fir the tir.-v.Ii- ; and wi'.l !.. soki i lot? to suit purchas- Si I. ILVILliOAD. 'the th-tk-veJ. i r.c i-i.hos hoo 1. N..t th;.t it need b. tl-.n and red.-ir.j.tic:, thr-reof,' approval . ---. Unas a:iu iot, wuj oe sou on ! lit LieLouch, but l.c-lives in i: ! " 5 P. M l A-h.N0LIt ill.UN.S (lOi.N-i; iurTu -nivc.s at 12:i i, I and lOrJO,. .M rr.TicssT Tn.u.vs. dit- ...

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 July 1872

XIIEO RICIIARDSOJV, iiTiiffli CLOTJfJtJEll, 3-1 orlh Summer Street, NASHVILLi:, TENXV TJrss Suits, : Stylish Bash less Suits hdfjs? School Suits, Jjoys' Dress Suits, Spring Ovci'rcoats. X . .. . i . . C --- Made do. Order, The True Fit Shirf, J Good SJdrijor VJ C-JS 27e Panlcdoon;J)raivcrt Zaporte Kid grlove, hri XobhyXcch IVear, &o?c Xea ti cv Ar" ft s Ladies Truiihs. fcWi-iy'iitcti 1st p" r FAMILY n (1 KO. N. McOKKW having eom- j.lcted his new store house on the m.rth cast comer Of tho 'square,' and filial it with ' " ' A Large Stock of Groceries, . uiviti" housekeepers to call ami com pare Ms stock and prices. F;imiyii j,lic., including every variety of staple nnil lUm-y groceries, will be furnished CHEAPER THAN EVER FOR CASH. Cii-tomers are respectfully but earnestly in vit-i to consult their Interest by call in;; oti liini occasionally to see how tlu'.'iV hesells groceries. mar 4-ly FASHIONABLE HATS! WATERFIELD BROS,, 43 Union Strcot,: V Xashvillo, - Tenn., n AVE just recei...

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 July 1872

(TitUfa anil rc$$.. L. V.. IIcCORD; Proprietor BALTIMORE. The Era of Peace aad Geed Will. TUCK-DAY, JULY IS, 187S. DUMOCKATIC TICKET; FOK FKEsdUKXT, K3aJj&E GREELEY, CF NEW YQ3K. KuTi vice-pkesiiiext, 8. GHATZ B.IOY.N, OF KJSSOini. for goveuxok, j OHM C. BROWN, CF CUES. FOR CUNGRESS, Sute at I.arge, B. T. C H E A T H A M , CF COFFEE. Demetratie Mta!e Ceaventiea. NnnriM.r, Jane 19, ?o ic rlujc with a resolution the Dcmocr.-tlie State Kxet'utivc Com ' mittee this day adopted, a coiiveo ti .ii of the Democracy of the State is hereby called to meet at the Cap in twin city a Wednesday, the 21 fct of August tic xt, nt 1 1 o'alot k a. M-, fr the purpose of nominating a erndklrite for Congress for the State at lrt:,tuJ to nominate an addi tional candidate for Presidential t Elector for the Stat at large. Johi C Uur' it, Chairman. W, II. Dlmjkd, Secretary. The Cvurier Jonrnnl says that CfB. Gideon J. rlluw is for Grant. Tb.7 crop of 31iddlj Tenoessec North Alabama ara muehdara nail bv th...

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