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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 31 October 1872

She. tfitiam anil rnriwo-vY, ocronEi. 3i 17-2. AN'N'O UXCKM EXTS. General Atwentbli. T the r-'J ' County: Kki.i.ow-Citikxh : 1 am a candidate fra'atin tlic lower branch of jour next State Legislature, if yon lionur me with your confidence and snflra;re, 1 will serve you faithfully, and to the tiestof my H)ilit' Willis Woklky. 1'or Congre. We arc authorized to announce Hon. "V. C. iviiimioRXE, ot 'Maury i a candi date to n-pfiwi't thU, the th Congress ional district of Tennessee, in the next Congress. J'or Floater. We are authorized to announce W. J. Hamilton, of Lincoln, a candidate ot ri'presimt the ElonU-rial district oT tjUes ami Lincoln in the next legislature- -T W -ar autlto'rijwtl to announce. Ir. 1).' J. Xoblitt, of Lincoln, a candidate lor Floater to represent the counties of ;ilea and Lincoln in the next General JiaAfJ if ' ' ' ( V ' ' For tUe Senate. We are authorized" to" announce Jxo. A. Tixxox a candidate for the "State Senate from tlic Senatorial district coin posed m...

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 October 1872

gfcj ;Cithca --and grcss; A. WH'klylur!i:tl devoted to the inter- sU of tiiii citizens of Giles County, and bSite of Teaacssee at -irge. i;:i,'-TEll3IH:. Syeaf J?2.O0. J O month $ 1 .OO. .AAh ertisemeiits inserted :it reasonable Address. . , L., W. Mc.COUI), rulaski.Torn. . Mr. Sumner lias ppoken the word for. theAiotzrjI He is noted fur stnk ing the key-note of great occasion Jlut he net or Voiced the real scnti-1 ment "'of "millions ' of ' people more completely and concisely than when lie said the great want of the coun try to-day ' is reconciliation. Six years ago when Andrew Johnson was advertising fui:7a policy, Vi I liain Iloury Scirflrd- rwlifise sagacity was almost equal to liis.wcakncas-r paid the houth does not want recon ' btruction but reconciliation. His wrdlropjed upon- heedless ears, and even" be forgot-, tbat he ever ut tered tliem " WeJ have liud bundry sthenics of reconstruction, and all have .mtav..signally and disastrously failed. The south !ias' been ruled by m...

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. — 7 November 1872

TIIEO RICIIARDSOS, with ilffi CLOTIIIEIl, 01 3orth Summer Street, x ash villi:, tesn. London Sack' Suits, I). B. Cutaway Suits, Dahlia Tricot Suits, "Wedding $ Dress Suits, Fall Over coats Children's Suits, Boys' School Suits, Youths' Dress Suits, Sliirts Made to Order, Under Wear of all kinds, Xccli Wear, New and Elegant. fcb2-lylstcollstp rO: V.'McIinv having eom- J jili tcil his new store house on the north fust corner of the Jsipmre, and tiled it with A Large Stock of Groceries, lnviii liousekeeitf'rs to cull ami com pare his stock and prices, Family sup plier, including every variety of .staple hiuI fancy groceries, w ill he furni.hcd CHEAPER THAW EVER FCM CASH. Customers arc respectfully but earnestly united to consult their interest by call in;; on him occasionally to see liow -bean he sells groceries. J mar 4-ly FASHIONABLE ' HATS ! vVATEKFIELH, BROS,, 43 Unio:a. Street, Nashville, - - Tenia., HAVE just received the new Spring .Styles of SIZK HATS, Together with all the vari...

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. — 7 November 1872

L. W. McCORD, PROPRIETOR! THURSDAY, NOVM'IiKli 7, 1S75. T!; General Itesnlt. At the late hour ac receive the news it is impossible for us to give letiiils. The dispatches from the "Northern Stages show that Grant has carried all of them by iiierea-ed ma jorities. New York goes for him by 10.000 votes, and bin jmpular majori ty in the Uuion U not less thau half ii million. ' In onr Stile election we cannot pive d finite results, t)iiirh it is n.'most certain that Mavnard is elect ed. Ib-own is elected by a reduced Ii -rjoriJy. In the Congressional district Whitthornc is nhead only by small majority as far n heard from. His election is doubtful. In tli Senatorial district Smithson is nhfld and elected beyond a doubt. Kr Floater Hamilton is probably ci'-ctcd. While for Representative i:i this county the vote is very close. WoVe-.- i 8 votes n head with dis trict "No. 1 to hear from, which wi'l probably give him a small ma jority. Onr Candidates. The candidates we advocated in the late ...

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. — 7 November 1872

19 Zhs (Cittern ixnd grwis. Tlll-'HSDAY, XOVEMBKU 7, 1S72 g,racul Ildiirious. In the absence of the Pastor, E.-v. E. A. Wilson, of Corneisville, will preach at the M. E. Church next Sabbath, ami Rev. C. 1 Keetl the Sabbath following. Mr. Hughes is absent on a visit to Texas, and will return in about three weeks. EaKinff aud Tics. 21b Kentucky Having, 10c; Bur den's Iron Tie, 9c J. It. C. Brown. 03" fur Denver. About fifty penons, men, women land children, left this place last Tuesday night for Denver City, Col., on a special car provided for that purpose. Among them was 3Ir. Robert McLauiiue, D. I. Mc Cracken, Lafayette Barnes, Col. Thos. G. Paine, Wm. Keeling, Sir. "Workman, with their families, to cther with II rs. Thos. Watterson. Jiy all means call on J. R. C. TiuowN before buying your goods, You will save money b' doing so. lie sells at Nashville prices and less. olO U J. R. C. Biiowx. The Result. The election is over and ppeeu hition is high as to the result. It is the General...

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. — 7 November 1872

b G'itteca and .J. A Weekly journal devoted to the 5 uter is t of the citi.'-nsof Giles Yiuity, ;iud he State of Tennessee at larye. 'ifye'nr $2.00. i inositJisJ? l.CC. Advertisements inserted reasotiaWe attir. Addres-s. L. W. :,:r COHD, T'i "ski.Tenn. K'i-ry ir.aa who allows the wel fare of his family I.o depend up. the continuance of hia own lift is neither more nor loss than a gr.m 1 lor. For it is ascc-i lair.cd that out i f every 100 persons who a'tain tin age cf thirty years, 10 arc certain to ilk- before attaining forty; i!2 be fi.re fifty; 153 before sixty; and 57 before seventy. In nlhcr wii'i's, for a peioon aged thirty the chances ;o 1 tojO against hij reaching for ty yearn; 1 to 4 against his living to fifty; 1 to 1 I T) agayist his evei beng uixty; and 1 to 1 against hie celelirat ing hi? seventieth birthday. Ia f.ict, every year that a man lives U but a lo'.U ry where the blanks a. e-growing more and more numer ous and the prizes Ivan frequent." These figurrs are not t...

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. — 14 November 1872

TIIEO.RICUAiU)SUi with ! MUM 1 i CLOTHIER, ?,4 3orth Simimcr Street NASHVILLE, TEXN. Fall UIo tiling London Saeh Suits, ), J. Cutaway Suits, ' Dahlia Tricot Suits, Wedding Dress Suits, Fall Over-coats, Children's Suits, Boys' School Suits, , Youths' Dress Suits, Wilis Made to Order, Wndcr Wear of all kinds, Xceh Wear, New and Elegant. f, !,22-lylsteol lstp r P.O. N. McGltUW having eora- J p'eted his new store. liou.se on the )i-r;!i cast corner ol the square, ana ;,!til it with A Large Stock of Groceries, ivit"- housekeepers to call anl com- ; mio Jus stock and prices. family sup ;,lics including every variety of staple ..ml fancy groceries, will be Airni.lied CHEAPER THAN EVER FOB CASH. ('i-foiners are respectfully but earnestly j iViictl to consult their interest by call ;:i:r on liini occasionally to see how . !n-:iy be sells groceries. mar 4-ly TASHIONABLE HATS! vV ATERFIELD BROS,, 43 Union Street, ."saslivillo, - Tcnn. II AVE just received the new Spring Myles of SILK II A TS T...

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. — 14 November 1872

hc Cittern audi L. W. McCORD, Proprietor THURSDAY, KOVM'IJKU 7, 1S7S. Now "Let Us Have Teace." Grant haa carried the country as if by storm. The old free States arc all heavily for !iim, and previous majorities arc largely increased. The democratic States are not all or Greeley. New York, which voted Tor Seymour four years ago, htm reversed that verdict and turned ttgairist the democracy. New Jer fecy has followed the example of New York. Delaware for the first time in her history votes for a republican President. New England is solid. Connecticut anil New Hampshire b.th largely increase the previous majorities, and the other States show such large figures as to turn the heads of over sanguine liberals. He has the almost incredible majori ty of one hundred thousand in I'ennsylvauia. The German vote baa not revolutionized the West, and both Illinois and Wisconsin have gone republican. In .liana and Ohio have done the same thing. Even West Virginia is claimed for Grant. Thus it will b...

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. — 14 November 1872

Ehc Cittern ami gxtte. TIIUIISDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1S72. Kkv. W. S. Hahwell, formerly of ML Pisgali, and Sir. J. W. Vaughn, of Drv Creek, are now w ith J. R. C. Bkown, and would be pleased to see their friends and serve them. no7g Fine Turnip. Mr. J. Burrow, who lives near lnnvillc, presented us last week with a turnip which was the largest of the season. It weighed about six pounds, and would do credit to a Colorado turnip patch. DRY GOODS & GROCERIES Any one in need of Dry Goods or Gro ceries would do well to call upon J. R. C. 4$!towN before buying. His etoek is complete, and he sells goods very low. No need to go to Nashville for bargains now. Give bim a call and examine goods and prices. nov7-2t The Horse Disease in Pulaski. Mr. J as. II. Jackson informs us that several of his horses are afflict ed with symptoms of the disease that has been raging in the North for several weeks. We hope he is mistaken, bit if not, every precau tion 6hould be taken to prevent the spread of the 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. — 14 November 1872

J J. -5 ,. I c. i Wt'ili y journal -Js-x 1 t.;'' to ill" inti-r-'; ..!' the c'tii'n- of Oil. Conn! v. ami I li, .Stat of Tt-.r.t. ( at l.i'p.. 'jriOlSAIrS: .1 'year fji-'.OO. I inir.t!is$l.')0. 1 A J.Veiti-.'im'nts inserted '. rca.-onubli' ate..-. -Atl.!ti-K.. ' l"no. Supri'iuo Court of -Tonncsseo adptiriiod "" Ksittfrdny. A hunt "1" cases were lelcrn.m:i!', liavii'r 50 J '"'I prr-iu h from dat portion of V.c rVrlpturc tli-f c-cr.ir.','," wU'a "'(o!irc(l dominie, -"wiiru lt- 'P.)-. l'suV pinU hid 'piot'c at de 'fLe- Some women din'to their own. ' houses, Viiv the honey 'suckle' over the door,'yet,'like' it, fill the region with the subtle, frr-grance of tho' r goodness. There . are three crown of thr land, the Prophecy,' the 1'rioathood, ..and the Kinghood, but the crown of a good name is greater than 1'ieni all.'" .' - The dying benediction of a sago to his VtUKfplcs was:' "I pray for you, that the . fear of heaven may he as strong upon you as the fear of man. v. Wirt saps: Seize t...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 21 November 1872

! IliEO RICIIARDSOIV, with IBM Iff CLOTIIIEll, 34 'orth Summer Street, XASIIVIL.r-13, TKXN. II Clothing Ion don Sach Suits, J). B. Cutaway Suits )aldia Tricot Suits, lVcdduijg $ Dj-ess Suits, Fall Over-coats, Children's Suits, Boys' School Suits, Youths' Dress Suits, Shirts Made to Order, Under Wear of all kinds, Xvch Wear, New and Elegant f,-li22-lylstcol l.-tp FAMILY SUPPLIES. r LO. X. McGKKAV having com v f pletcd hi now store house on the un til cast corner of the . square, and llleil it w ith A La rye Stock of Groceries, invites housekeepers to call ami coni iinre his stock ami prices. Family sup plies including every variety of staple anil laney groceries, will he furnislied CHEAPER THAN EVER FOR CASH. Oi-tmiiers are respectfully but earnestly invited to consult their interest by call n; on him occasionally to see how lieap lie sells groceries, mar 4-ly TASHIONABLE HATS! W ATERFIEL.D BROS,, 43 Union Street, NVisIiville, Tenn. T I AYE just received the new Spring A L. Myles ot ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 21 November 1872

Cl,c Cittern" Hum I. W. McCORD, Proprietor THURSDAY, XOVM-B'It 21, 1815. Ken Micky gives Greeley niajori t; of hut ten thtu.sand, lnt sends a solid Liberal delegation to Congress. The Knoxville Press and Herald r'-'orts fire prevailing in Hie nioun tains of East Tennessee. The Columbia Herald wants a law t prevent the marriage of minora especially mere children. Mr. Mathew Jasper, who resided n ar Columbia, committed suicide c-n the 8th int. Gen. J. I). C. Atkins is elected to Congress from the 7th district, by aiMnit 0,000 majority. A negro man named Willis Web-Bt- r stald-ed and killed a white man mined Wta. Reese, near Cross JJrid g-S Ma u ry county, last week. The JJanner says it is pio'ahle Ex lYeident Johnson will shortly re move to Nashville as a permanent resident. "Apothecarelessness" is a new word which the present generation has found it necessary to invent for the benefit of posterity. Mrs. Elizabeth Park, of Columbia, died of Lockjaw a few days since, occasioned by stic...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 21 November 1872

Zht tUm and gxt$$. TIirKSHAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1872 goal gnr$. Xtw Youk News. Special at tention i3 directed to to the pro spectus of '-The New York Weekly yews" m another column. It is t complete Democratic family news paper. Try it a year. i . m ill. , . Shipments. There have been shipped from this depot for the week ending yes terday 159 bales of cotton, 11 bun dies of wool rolls, 53 hogs, one car load cotton seed and 19 barrels of whisky. Telegraph OClce. Partie3 are engaged putting up poles preparatory to the establish ment of a telegraph office on the square. This will be a great con venience to the public generally An express office should be estab lished in connection with it. RAILROAD MEETING. Haataville and Nashville. There will be Railroad Meetings at the times and places as follows: Elkton, Friday, November 22d, I'ulaski, Saturday, Nov. 23d. These meetings will be addressed by the incorporators and others for the purpose of raising subscriptions to aid in building a Narrow G...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 21 November 1872

i f i ii fifes Cxihtix iuut A. Weekly Journal devoted to the intcr sts of the citizens of Giles County, and be State of Tennessee, at large. l'yoar $2.GO. O months $ 1 .OO. Advertisements inserted reasonable ate.-!. Address. L. W. McC PiH'.l.Tjnn Useful IlecijH-s. To Wash Calico. To -prevent calico from fading while washing; infuse three i ! 1 s of salt into four qna:tsof water; put the calico in while hot and leave it in till coiii. In this way the colors are rendered poinianoist, and will not fule b buhseijuelit w ashi: gs. To Dkv Pimikixs. Peal and cut ns for cooking; then s.lii-e Iheru very thin; spread on tin or other driers, an 1 expose to a moderate heat in the stove oven. Thus dried, the pumpkin will retain its natural fla vor. To prepare it for to .king, ftohk it in water for a few hours. Hk.vtifcl Pixel I):::. Take three pnrts of cream (ariar and one ol cochineal, nicely rubbed together; ti.; a Uaspooiiful in u mustard bau ; put this with a quart of boiling wa tc; dip the ...

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. — 28 November 1872

1 TIIEO IUCIIARDSOrs, with 4 ? il TOWING! Oil J CLOTHIER, 34 ?iorlIi Summer Street, NASHVILLE, TEX. Full CIo tiling. London Sach Suits, D. B. Cutaway Suits, Dal ilia Tricot Suits, Wedding $ Dress Suih Fall Over-coats, Chi 1a, cn's Suits. Boys School Suits, Youths' Dress Suits, Shirts Made to Order, Under Wear of all kinds, Scch Wear, New and Elegant. r-l,22-ly 1st rollstp r EO. N. JIcGUEW having eom vT pletcd Ills new store house on the vrth east corner of the .square, and SIlwI it wi;ii A Larjre .Stock of Groceries, tovitea houi-kecier3 to call ami com jat bia stock ami prices. Family sup ple, including every variety ef staple Binl fancy groceries, will he furnished CHEAPER THAN EVER FOR CASK. Customer are respectfully but earnestly invited to consult their interest by call ing on liim occasionally to sec how heap heaell.s groceries, mar 4-ly FASHIONABLE HATS! vV ATERFIELiD BROS,, 43 Union G cr cot, Cfaplivillo, - - Tenn.; n AVE just received the new Spring Style of SILK. HATS, Tog...

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. — 28 November 1872

&&c tituca atul ic. L. W. HcCORD, Proprietor THURSDAY, NOVM'IVK 28, 1875. Hontn's sister cities are pleased at her noble determination to re ceive no eeuniary aid. Ia3'naster Hodge, sentenced to ton j-ear imprisonment on the charge of euibf'izlcment, has been pardoned by the 1 resident. The Washington Chronicle, edited bv Senator Harlan, denies that the polk-)- of Grant's second term will be more liberal toward the South. The Courier Journal says it is nimored that Dr. II. V. Kodfichl, the well-known Ten.nessee journalist, in to become the law partner of cx- 1'rcshlent Johnson in Nashville. Wt-shington specials state that the President's message i completed in the rough, aixl is to be considered by the cabinet to morrow. It does not declare in tavor of general am Dusty. In a lecture at Louisville last week Sirs. Stanton said that thcAmerican men are the noblest and handsomest of any con u try she lias ever visitSd, and that if the girls wonM r-nltivoto their minds and learn ...

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. — 28 November 1872

Zte itUtvi ami THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1872 goat The Examiner says po; k is selling , 4 ccnts in Gallatin. e will pay 5j for a small lot in Tulaski. - - T A Sincere Friend" is referred to 'R's" communication as having pri ority over hers. Circuit Court convened at this place last Monday, his Honor Judge Martin presiding. The brick work is about com ..lptpd on Cant. J. D. Flautt's block i .0f buildings uim corner. the South east Eefbre laying iu your year's sup ply of Groceries, be sure to call on J. R. C. cBoivs, as von can save money hy doing so. no28-5t Not Injured. Mr. Crow informs us that the s'ight warping of the walls of his .new store house will not injure them. The brick work is completed upon it . Hon. II. M. Spoflord and famity, after a somewhat protracted and we hope pleasant visit to the city of Philadelphia, returned to this place on Saturday JasL 3t is an actual fact that there are h number of persons in this town simple and credulous enough to be lieve everything that ...

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. — 28 November 1872

I i h ttBKL.ajuk.x.aut..ijmi w ' - i. Wi ehly journal devoted to the intcr-.-ji-"hf the citiens of (Jibs Comity, :iuc! lie State of Tennessee at large. 1 yonr $2.00. 1 ino;itLs$1.0O. Ad vci tisement.-i in-a rted reasonable ntc-. Address. i.. w. m.'Co;:ix ru . -i. r 1 NOBODY'S IA ULIX.J. - Link ntcl 1 :iTl il, poor and sl.-y, Willi a downcast look in her i t grey eye, Vo oniful toss of a j:ie:ily !r" 'I, Ihil a drooping U'lul of tiic neck, in Kca.l! .r ringing laugh, and no '1 t:it big feet, Xo sil.'tlu wiles, and abandon -wci't, 'o jewels eo-tly am! 110 garments lin: Mie is .Nobody's darling but mine! Xo I'lly Varden" cotpn tti-h airs.: No high-heeled boots to tlirnw liei down stairs; Xo yachting jacket and nautical sfyle, Yit! a sailor's hut that she calls hci "tile." IP.it "Lldv' is Kt:!iil 0 oil her (pile, brow ? And she ereirt. in my heart I can't te!i how. Xot 1 iv vie to d i:.le, not horn t kIiiiu NoVnIy's, nobody's 1 arling but mine! Xo s iney, ravishing, girlish grace, But a...

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. — 5 December 1872

TIIEO RICILVRDSOJN, WITH mfflTninm "3 CLGTHIEll, 34 3iorth Smr.iner SI reel, NASHVILLE, TliXN. London Sach Suits, I). B. Cutaway Suits, Dahlia Tricot Suits, Wedding $ Dress Suits, Fall Overcoats, Children's Suits, Boys' School Suits, Youths' Dress Suits, Shirts Made to Order, Under Wear of all kinds, Jlec7& Wear, Kcw and Elegant. feb22-lylsteollstp FAailLYJppPLISSi ri KO. X. Mt'GItlJW having win vJ pleted his new store house on the i.-irtli east corner of the .'square, and ailed it with A Largo Stock of Groceries, Invites housekeepers to call mikI eoui jmru his stock and prices. Family sup plies including every variety cf staple and faney groceries, w ill lie furnished CHEAPER THAW EVER FDR CASH. rntoiners are respect fully but earnestly mvited to consult tlieir interest hy call ing on him occasionally to see how heap lie sells groceries. mar 4-Iy FASHIONABLE HATS! vVATERFIELD EROS,, 43 Union Street, Nasdivillo, - - Tcnn., II AVE just received the new Spring Styles of SIT.K II A...

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. — 5 December 1872

i She iit;?tt and ?..,jnl870 ,I(.retwninrnd,th.t8U,t! L. W. MCCORD, PROPRIETOR TIIUUSHAY, DKCIl 5, 175. . Death f Mr. Crrrlf r. We wen- not :.lt. ther unj.ropnr t-l for the announcement of M r. (!rcelev'n le:uh, but it is not the U' sjkI t realize that one so pre eminently groat anl good, and who had so recently displayed siu-h vigor both of mind and body, should so suddenly Ik- called from a sp'icre of usefulness to the stillness of death. I5y hi recent sacrifices in behalf of Jjil-crulistn and Constitutional re forms, he had endeared himself to the lover of freedom in every land, and made himself the conspicuous center around which revolved the hopes of the nation. The nation, without regard to party, uoiirns the death of her -rcat t editor, states man and philosopher. Ifc leaves mi honore I name, n noble life and an encouraging example. His death like his noble life, was placid and serene. Nothing that science or affection could suggest was wanting to ease the hist hours. The win...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
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