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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 26 September 1872

kt Cithtrx ami gtt$fi THtBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, S7i. ANNOUNCEMENTS. General Assembly . . . tin. remiest of friends I declare to represent the candidate W. S. NEWBILL. iiuiity of Giles in the neyt General As- lly. e are authorized to announce Mr, . ..i. a Parsons a candidate for elec tion to the lower house of the next Gen eral Assembly. w ,, ,1 PevtiU of Gilt County: Fkllow-Citixhxb : I am & candidate fr a 11 thc ,wer l""anch of your l,xt Suae Legislature. If you honor , with voar confidence ana aulirag' I will serve you faithfully, and to the Ol Illy aOUllJ. iiu.no .ij;iiiJii. ..Far. Congress. ir sre authorized to announce ITon XT. C. Whitthorne, of Maury, a candi date to represent inif, in om V-iigre6S- 'ntial district oi lenneseee, in me next For Floater, We are authorized to announce W. J. Hamh-TO! ? Lincoln, a candidate ot represent the Floaterial district of Giles aid Lincoln lu'theiiext'Ieglslaturu. We are authorised to announce Pr. p. J. Noblitt, of Lincoln, a candidate !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. — 26 September 1872

I I fife:- kci and xw A Weekly journal dcvoU-d to the inter-' ti of tire i(icii-of Giles Count)', and ! be Htute of Tcujioe t lare. 1 year $ii.OO. months $ 1 .OO. A Ufi ti-r-irK Ji ii.-crted at r .viable j rites. Addrc.-s. L. W. McfORil, I'.il.i-KT.T. nn. The Turnpike Again. Our readers must not become weary of til-: subject. It is one of vital interest to our county, and we do not intend to let it alone until a j;ood road rt net rates every nook and corner ot it.' All of you ac knowledge the ncees'-itv of the roads, and admit the lorce of our chain that can bind a mortal. arguments, but many of you doubt-1 -- hes thfnk we have v.-om out the; The defense of truth is never with 'nubject. Wei!, if you think , just out adequate fruits. walk up like a man and t subscribe i about ten per cent, of your wealth j Game of CourUhip and Marriage tfl buil t turnpikes-, ar..fw.- will let the cards are at the Book Store. you rest upon that subject. But Only 50 cents. unls-i j'ou build the roads, ...

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. — 3 October 1872

tiieo TJCIURDSOS,. -wrriw .1 m i IfllTIiGfOI CLOTIIIEll, 34 Sorth Summer Street, 3TASJIVILLE, TEX3T. FaE CIo tiling. ' London Such Suits, J).B. Cant away Suits, Dahlia Tricot Suits, Wedding $ Dress Suits, Fall Over-coats Children1 s Suits, Boys' School Suits, Youths' Dress Sui ts, Shirts Made to Order, Un der Wear of all kinds, Xecfo Wear, New and Elegant. feb22-lyltoollstp FAMILY JUPPLIESi KO.-N". McGKEW having wm J plcted hi new store house on the nortli east corner of the square, and filled it with A Large Stock of Groceries, invites housekeepers to teall ami eom rnre hi stock and prices. Family sup plied, including every variety of staple mid fancy groceries, will he furnished CHEAPER THAN EVER FOR CASH. Customers are respect Ailly but earnestly invited to consult their interest by call ing on him occasionally to see how Wieap he sells groceries, mar 4-ly FASHIONABLE HATS! WATERFIELD BROS,, 43 Union Street, Nashville; - - Tcnn., HAE just received the new Spring Styles of SILK HA...

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 October 1872

hr Cittern and gxt$$. L. W. McCORD, Proprietor THURSDAY, OCTOIJF.R 3, 1S7S. DRMOCICATIC TICKET. FOR PKESIDKXT, HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. FOR ViCE-I'RKSI DEXT, ; B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. Foil GOVERXOJ1, JOHN C. BROVN, Or GILES. FOU COXURESS, Suite at Large, B. F. CHEATHAM, OF COFFEE. Treason must It made omous; trait ort mutt be rl'SlsiiKii, and made to feel that they have been guilty of high crimes, and tee matt male provision, Ly thecos- KISCATlON" OK TUE PKOI'RTV OK HKli ru, to commentate our impoverished Union men. As'iutK.w Joiin&o.v. . Uy soul thrilled within me, and J felt tht martial spirit, when, on t!e. Cthof Detemlper, I heard tit roar of lAusietry and victorious shouts of the Union sol dier as they drove Ilooia tkkasoxa isle bam) from the gates of Nashville Axmkw Johnson. I madt no war on tht defenseless , never dislurlxd their peace, nor wasted their property; no citizen can raise his hand and say 1 ever sought to oppress him. When, borne down by overwhelm ing...

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 October 1872

I nt ana xw. -Tk'IOBKK 3, 187: A X r O UX CKM IiXTS. r.meral Assembly. ., ,,. p-ijucst of friends I declare Ar.. .......ii,I..t.' to represent the t tJilcS ill the nexi unierai as- .1 fj-k mi firm net Air U p arc a"" i- i . i j'ui-oss a candidate for clec- ,;'n to the lower house of the next Gen- Ty''!i, v-ciTizKxa : I am a candidate ' ). lower branch of vour . J . ,.r I.UfSt f ftUHLliZ '"Estate Legislature. If you honor ,,,11 VOUl lollii".i" ...... i .(Tie v.hi faithfully, and to the U-t my ability- Willis Woklky. .For Congress. are authorized to announce Hon. " ViiirruoitxK, o Maury, a candi ! to represent this, the Oth Congress Jltisl iliiriet of Tennessee, in the next 1 grrsS. J-or Hooter. .. . I...... ...1 Qlllkfilin.A Ar arc auuiui . . v . i.iiiw.u, .... . v ... I.'l....l..ri-,1 ili.it ricf rf voreJi'ni. 1 ........ - - Lincoln Iii the next Legislature. ii'. ,,r authorized to announce Dr. r, J. Xoblitt, of LltM-oln, a candidate ; Floater to represent the counties of ,jr alKl L....

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 October 1872

1 t r "3mm s1 it ji. Weekly Journal uVvoI.mI to the infor ms of the citiftnof Gibs CSotinfy, rjid be State of Tvuni.e at lurj,'?. 1 year $2.00. months $1.00. Advertisements in.erteJ at reasonable rites. Address. L. W. McCOTn,rnla-kl,T. pn. Isffut gnfctwitfion. Curious Information. Rowling was a famous o!l Eng lish game, aad. was very common a enrly ita the thirteenth, century, Charles I. plajx"! nt it, and it was a daily uport with Charles II. at Tun bridge. The first bank was established in Italy in SOS, by the Lombard Jews, f whojn some settled in Lombard street, London, where many bankis have ever since been located. The first piece of ai tilk-ry was in vented by tile Germans soon after the.-invention of guiJxwder, arid artillery was fir.-t used by the Moirs,at Algesiras, Spain, over five hundred years ago. . The oldest and largest chain bridge in the world is taiJ to be thatat Kingstting, China, where U forms a safe a .ad perfect roal from the top of one lofty mountain to anothe...

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 October 1872

TUEO RICIIARDSOA, wrrn ninmronw llUXl ill U A Ullj CLOTHIER, 34 'orth Summer Street, NASHVILLE, TENN. Fall Cle&Mog. London Sach Suits, D. B. Cutaway Suits, Dahlia Tmcot Suits, Wedding S Dress Suits, Fall Over-coats, Children's Suits, Boys' School Suits, Youths' Dress Suits, C1!i If 1 I A I - 7 i u niter W ear of ail kinds, Xcch Wear, New and Elegant. feb22-ly 1st col 1st p FAMILY SUPPLIES. n TIO. 21. McGICIJW having eom- VI pleted his new store house on the north cast corner of the smtaro, and filled it with A Larre fctock of Groceries, rUP&PPR TKfiSJ FVCR FDR PftOU I uni-jii -1 1 i linn kkn iuii u.iuin i Oitomers are respectfully but earnestly invited to consult their interest by call- inir on nun occasionally to see now uiroy iicrwingiuirinj. mill t-JJf FASHIONABLE HATS! WATERFIELD BROS,, 43 Union Street, Nn.shvillo, Tonn., II AVE Just received the new Spring Myies of SILK HATS, Together with all the varied and as sorted styles of Hats usually found in a First-Class Hat Ho...

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 October 1872

hc CxMztix anil xt$$. L. W. McCORD, Proprietor THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1S75. ItEMOCUATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. FOJi GOVERXOK, JOHN C. .BROWN, OF GILES. FOU CONGRESS, Suite at Large, B. F. CHEATHAM, "OF COFFEE. Treason mvsllie muide owols; trail ers iHt l fUXiSHEi, and mailt to feel that dty linre been guilty of high crimes, vrul we must moke provision, ly the con fiscation or the riiorKUTV of ueh Ft.1, lo compensate ottr impoverished Union mm. As drew Johnson. My soul thrilled within me, and 1 fell the martial spirit,' when, on t'e iClhof Jterrmfier, I heard the roar of musketry ond victorious shout of the Union Sol dier as they drove I loo u"i treasona ble hand from the gates of SashvUle Axduew Johnson. Imade no war on tht defenseless, I never disturbed lieir peace, nor wasted their property; no citizen can raise his A nnd and say I ever lovylU to oppress Lhn. When, harm down ly overwhelm ing numhe'S, we m...

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 October 1872

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1S72. General Assembly Tu the rt"p1 of Gilts Cvnntit Kki.i.ow-Ohzkns : I am .1 candidate for :i et In the lower branch of your next Suite Legislature. If you hohor ne with your ooniniene4 .mil wilti-age, I will serve you inttnmiiy, and to tins est of my ability. 11.1.1s ohlky. For Congress, AW arc authorized to announce I Ton, W. C. WiurnionMi, of Maury, a candi date to represent this, the (jtli l-ongress-iuiial district of Tennessee, ia the next 1 uiigrc.. For Floater. M"e arc authorized to announce W, J. Hamilton, of Lincoln, a candidate ot represent the loaterial district of Giles and jjncoin in tne next j-ogisiuturc. We ar authorized to announce. Dr. 1). .1. Nom.itt, of Lincoln, a candidate tor Floater to represent the voiiutica of (;ilc and Lincoln in the next General Assembly. for the Senate. "Wv ore authorized to announce Jxo. A. Tlox a candidate for the State nutc from the Senatorial district tm j)0ctl of the counties of Gilt, Ijiw mice, Wayne and tawi....

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 October 1872

.-.-we j a' Sta (utufn and . Vk Weekly i"rnal devoted to the Inter it of tfcvSilzens of Giles County, and 'he Sr.-ittfil". TeiinejMee at large. TEltMS: jye-.tt-'fcS.OO. O months $1.0O. "X'vt-t'int'iitsiii.-'crtMl at reasonable ' i'ns. -Xddre.. Ii . W. MeCORT), Puhiskl.Tenn. Written for the Citizen. September. le yet the gorgeous pageantry - ' uvum! lines furtUlI the falling of the fnreat loaves, or whispered warn g in the mind speak of the fear ful power abroad that shall soon innkc 'desolate the scenes long docked with vernal beauty, a golden g'.ory, renting on all things tar and near, marks the first fctepa of Au tumn. Little of saddening import hath the tarly days of September, the feeewnd harvest month, the beaon rf plenty, Hhemontli of consumma tion, the fultillcr of all promises, the fruition of all hopes, the era of all completeness." A cheerful greeting it is well entitled to, for the satis faction afforded by the abundant yield "f provision to all living creatures, nnd welc...

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 October 1872

n u r TimO RICHARDSON WITH HUNTIMGT CLOTHIER, 34 3orth Summer Slrcct, NASHVILLE, TEXX. Fall Olotkisg London Saeli Surfs, I). B. Cut away Suits, Bahl'ia Tricot Suits, Wedding & Dress Suits, Fall Over-coats, Children's Suits, Boys' School Suits, J'ouths' Dress Suits, Shirts Made to Order, Under Wear of all kinds, Xceh Wear, New and Elegant. fcl)22-lylt((.llstp n i:). X. McGKKW having coin v I plcted lit-- new store house- 011 the 'irt!i 'ut corner of tlie suuaro, ami !-il it with A Large Stock of Groceries, iiiuti 'S housekeepers to call Mini (villl- i:;rc 11- stuck and prices. Family sup plies, iurlr.ilinjr every variety of staple i.nd fancy gro.oi ie.s, ill lie furnished CHEAPER THAN EVEB FOR CASH. (11-turners arc respectfully hut earnestly lioind t consult their interest ly call ;nj; on lii 111 occasional)' to see how heap hesells groceries. mar 4-1 y PASHIONABLE HATS! JJ ATT?."R-PTV.T.Tl PT?nR 13 Union Etreet, NVinhvillo, - - Term., T T A K just received the new Spring XX My l...

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 October 1872

.' TT - She dxUztn ami rcc?. L. 'W. McCORD, Proprietoi i ufiishay, wrom-d: FOR PllL-i'wEXT, .", ' mmt GREELEY, GF NEW YORK. FOR V I CE-PUESI 1 K NT, , B. CRATZ B.10WN..0F mlSSOUd!. To;: :uvki:o:!, JOHN C...DB0WH, CF GILES. l' ;: f ' N" ; i:K-s. sint.' nt l.:ir D. F. CHEATHAM, OF COFFEE. Tn-'-.t'i niulue rmi'le uliii'i s; truit r Tintr.t !e ri:xisiiK.r, oJ iiunle to feel that they hce Iin'ii 'J'lVty of h iff It crimes, a ml ttp iuii. U iruike fjroviitimi, fij the o -tWATi'.s cir the ri:irij!TV y i.i i; l l.s, to cuinfnuate our imr oeerixhed Union men. Axduhw Jom vsov. M.J el thuUcd tckliin w. nn,l I frit the martini 9jurit egten, cut e loth of Jkrrmfcr, I henrd the r-jtir J munketry and vuloriou nhoul .f the Union j d e as t'uy drore Uooo's ti:kasona j.l.r. iiaxo front the ytjtrs if -Wish file Amu;;w .J'jiins)Xv I made no v itr on the drfenttle&s, I revrr diiturle-l tlixir j'cure, nor.acaxted their j:r'i)'erly; no ciliuu can tu'ue ht land and soy I ever so"jlt ti oress him. When,...

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 October 1872

) jht ittectt and rcstf. MIl'IfVV OCTOBER 17, 1872. AN SO US GEM I2NTS. Gen '. ml Assembly. j A' 7Vv'! " ''t' County: Vn i.o-t iti.kss : I am :t candidate , ir a H.;,t in the lower branch of your ii'cxt SUte Legislature, if you honor ' with v'i;r confidence an.l suflVjvce, l wiil serve von taithtiilly, ami lirThe best f my ability. Wu.ua Woki.k.v. Jor t'onyre. We are authorized to announce lion. V. ('. WnirTiii'itxK, of Maury, :i caudt tl it,e to ri in-sent this, the Gth Cougre.ss iunul district of Tennessee, in the net ( digress. Tor Floater. We tiro authorized to annrmnoc'W, ,T. Hasiii.ton', of Lincoln, a candidate ot 'n'jnesent the Floaterial district of Giles ! Lincoln in the next Legislature. V We are authorized to announce Dr. ). i. Noiu.itt, of Utii-oltt, a cnudihtt tor Floater to represent the countic of jiilesand Lincoln In the next General AveioMy. . Jor the Senate. We air iiiitJionxcd t announce .Txo. j. Tixxox a candidate for the State ivfiau; from the .Senatorial distri...

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 October 1872

dht itucn and 3?rc$u! I A. Weekly Jo.irual devot-.l to the inter- . 1 iiC more ti.ai:icu, tuc loss pro Ms of the i Irlzcn of Gil'- Oiii'ity, aud ; vender. Animal heat is kept up !y lic State of Tc-m:-y.-icP at large, j covering fr fuel. 1 ycur 2.00. 5 months $1.00. j Advertisewnts ir.erted at reasonable ul. . AtiiTt-. j L. W. M Oi:i, rula-ki.Tcnn. Florence Fair. We have boon favored with a iun:ii!m lit of the I-'io; eneo, Ala, Fair, whuh c:ii:i:e::ce-; on the :!'.Hh d' October and continues live days. Tlie premium liat id comprelicn bive ni.d liberal. 0;;r friend Capt. 15. V. Taylor, well kii-iwii i;i this community, i-t a candidate before the citizens ot Lauderdale county, Ala., for re elec tion to the Legislature. The Lau derdale Times s.iya lie is sa ing 6tnib!e things in a sensible way. A 51 ill l'lain woman was pre vented f:o:a jatt.-n ling tiio funeral of her tSster by the non arrival in time of a lat e baud km lib f from New York. The brutality of the espiv.'-s company i acvc...

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 October 1872

;T1IE0 RICIIARDSOiY,. , - "WITH IflETOI CLOTH IE11, 34 Xorth Summer Street, - nasiivjixeV'-texn. . .i -.-?. ; f ; iFaJlSIo tiling 'London' Such- Suits, Dr JtCutaway Suits, Dahlia Tricot Suits, Wedding $ Dress Suits .Fall Over-coats, Children7 s Suits, . Boys' School Suits,: i Youths' Dress Suits, Sliirte Made to Order, Under, Wear of all kinds, i Neck Wear, New and Elegant 1 1 i v i' -S. i i ... , i - f V"lt IT! .-1 PULASKI, TEXEX&SEE, TIItlKSDAY, OCTOBElt 24, 1S72.- 2S.OO r EO. N.SfcCUISW kavltur eom JT picted his new tore house on the jorth cast corner or the .smiure, and Jllcdlt with ........ , A Larire Stock of Groceries, Invites housckeccrs to call and eoni jiarc his stock and prices. Family sup iilli", including every variety of staple T j e. -. ...in ' i , gnu lancy jsrui-Kiiiw, nui oe lurnisneu CHEAPER THAW .EVER FOR CASH. Customers areresectfully hut earnestly invited to consult Jticir interest py call ing on him occasionally to se how he:ip he sells groceries. mar 4-ly...

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 October 1872

3 f Efcc (Sitisfu anil grcss. - ! speech of Chancellor Marks, who L. W. laCCOPvD, PROPRIETOR ! lost a leg in "the iKditiciaira war j "d poor man's fight." as Mr. John THURSDAY, OCTOIJKR 24, lS7S.son stigmatizes the Confederate i struggle, breathes the spirit of truth DKMOCKATIC TICKET. j und U a splendid specimen of gen FOR PRESIDENT, KuHACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. FOR VHTE-PItKSlDKXT, B. GRATZiEMYN, CF MISSOURI FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN C. .BROWN, Of GILES, ''. FOR CONGRESS, State at Iargc, B. F. CHEATHAM, CF COFFEE. , Treuton. must be made odious; trait, ors mutt be PLNI8UED, and nurdetocel that they have been guilty of hhjh crime, timl we mutt make provision, by tlu cox yiM ATION OF THE FKOPEKT1T OF 11 KB j:ls, to compensate our impoverished Union, men. Akjjkew Johnson. My tovl thrilled tr'Uhin me, and 1 fell the martial spirit, wfon, on l e lGliof Decendier. 1 levrd the roar of musketry end victorious shouts of the Union sol dier as they dwe Hood's tkeasona Islk Ran D from Vie y a let 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. — 24 October 1872

it H ! : I i il anil TUi-KnAY, OG-ronEi: 21, is7-. ANNOUNCEMENTS. General Assembly. Tu the People of Giles Count v: FklI.on -Citizens : I am a candidate f.,r a -at ln tliC lower branch of j our next Suite legislature. If you honor " wItj, your confidence and suflrage, I will serve von faithfully, and to the best of di V :.Vdity. Willis Woblkt. ! mmm For Congress. tc are authorized to announce Hon. W. C W'hitthornk, of Maury, a candi dal to represent this, the Cth Congress ional district of Tennessee, in the next Congress. For Float tr. We arc authorized to announce W. J, Hamilton, of Lincoln, a candidate ot represent the Float rial district of Giles ami Lincoln in the next legislature. . We arc authorized to announce Dr. ), J. Noblitt, of Lincoln, a candidate h'r Floater to represent the counties of Giles and Lincoln in the next General A nimbly. For tte Semite. YTe are nuthori'ed to announce Jn'o. A. Tisnon a candidate for the State bnate from the .Senatorial district com posed of ...

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 October 1872

.t 5 Jl V.wkly Journal devoted to the inter Kt of the citizens of Giles Coujty, and he State of Tennessee at lare. TERMS: 1 year $2.O0. O months $1.00 Advertisements inserted at reasonable atea. Address. L. W. MoCOTJD.rul.vdii.Tcrin At the beginning of the war Rich ard II. Daua said: "In ft contest be tween the races I should stand with my rate'' which evoked the elec tric utterances of Philips, "In such a case I should stand wltli, the right" But now the colored peo ple of Boston kiss the feet of Dana as though he were an original aboli tionist, while Gen Butler embraces him a though he were an old lii.e Democrat, who voted for Jelf Davis Mxtv times in succcobion. And yet these people do not believe iu rec onciliation ! Johii Quincy Adain3 has gone back on himnelf. Last November he wrote a letter strongly endorsing the new departure, and committing himself to the Liberal movement in advance. Now he ii perfectly will ing tc have his name tied as the tail-piece to a shabby Bourbon ki...

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 October 1872

i i TIIEO RICIIADSO WITH ilTIETOI, CLOTIIIEll, 34 orth Summer Street, NASHVILLE, fJEXN. Fali'CIotliinS'.- London Such 'Suits, P. i?. Cutaway Suits, . : Dahlia Tricot Suits, Wedding $- Dress Suits, Fall Overcoats Children s Suits, Boys' School Suits, Youths' Dress Suits, , SJiirts Made to Order, Under J Fear of all kinds, ' Xecli Wear, New and Degant feb22-lylstcol lstp- mMY.mmm, i liO MeGUliW hUuig.wm vJ pleted lii- new Ktorc liouse on the jortli east corner of tlie suure, and f Ilea it ltn A Liarg Stok'cf Groceries, Vuviti'S litnisfkeejK'rs to; euil and coin tunrc hi3 Htot-k and prices. Family sup- jiIm-s, iiH'luding every VHrlety cf staple und raiicy grot:enef, wm De lurnisheu CHEAPER THAN EVER FOR CASH. Customers are respectfully hut earnestly united to consult their interest hy call in;; on lil til occasionally to see how licup he clls groceries. mar 4-ly fASHIONABLE" HATS ! vVATERFIELD BROS,, 43 TJniok Street, " N"asliville, - - Tenn., nAVK Just )-y,I vet! tle new Spring Styles...

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 October 1872

K W, lIcCORD, Proprietor ' I, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 187S. OKMOCltATIC TICKET. ,". "-. .FOIi.l'IUvSlUKX.. HORACE GREELEY, CF KEW YORK. j FOR VtCE-I'IlKSinXT, 6. GRATZ BMWNOF MISSOURI. FOR GdYEltXUR, . JOHN Cv BROWN, 0F; GILES. , JFOtt CONGRESS, Bute at Large, B. F. CHEATHAM, OF CCFFEE. Honr.st Johnson Men,' Yonr Attcn- ; lion, s . .i , A recent correspondent of tlie Jjan er, writing from McMionvil'c, says: lletwcen Johnson and Maynard, the Republican!! Radicals of East Tennessee will vote lor the strongest man to lieat "the Cheatham ring." The Union arid American says that since it has become manifest that Mr. Johnson is the hindmost man, efforts are being made through: out the State to transfer the friends iof Johnson to Mayoard. Of course such as these are not true democrats, find of course the true democrats who, are friends of .Mr. Johnson will i)ot erniit .tthemselyee to be .sold out to radicalism in this manner. We warn them now, in time, toJlee from the falling wreck before th...

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