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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 5 December 1872

She' Cittern ami -niUKSDAY, DECEMBKU 5, 1S72. A New Press. We want to put a new cylinder urcss into cur office ly the first week in January, and our friends must help us. Conic, pay us un. tf Desolation. The firm of Voss & Cheek having been dissolved by mutual consent, notice is given that the undersigned alone will settle, the business of the old firm having assumed all liabil ities of the same uo28-3t J. E. Voss. Now is the Time. Hy paying two dollars now you pet the Citizen until the 1st of January, 1874. Tax Payers Will find W. G. Lewis at the Sheriff" a office every day'except Sun day after this date, where thej' had better call on him and save costs. Before laying in your year's sup ply of Groceries.ibe sure to call on J. It.-XV Brown-, as you can save money by doing so. no28 ot Extra Inducement. The C'itizem will be furnished to new subscribers at $2 from now un til the 1st of January, 1874. Try it again. 2t Christmas Presents. Go to (hikes & Miller's and get n Hobby ...

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. — 5 December 1872

f I 1 'iiL-WLiJ 'gll1 A Weekly Journal devoted to the inter Bts of the t it i"ns of Gil " County, and he State of Tennessee at large. TEltMW: I year $2.00. i O months $ 1 .OO. Advertisements inserted reasonable tes. Address. L. XV. McCOUr), Pnlaki.Tenii. USEFUL RECIPES. Cake of tiik ILvik. To keep the liair healthy, keep the heart clean. Liush the scalp Wvll with a still' brush, while dry. Then wash with Castile soap, ami rub into the roots 1 n y rum, brandy or camphor water. This done twice a month will prove beneficial. IJinsh the scalp tlior otiglily twice u week. D tmpen tl.c hair with soft water at the toilet, nnrt do not ue oil. Mtxci: Pie.-. Take four pounds boiled meat, one-half pound suet, four ounces cinnamon, two ounces mace or nutmeg, one ounce cloves four pounds ravins, one pint molas ses, one r;uirt brandy, and sugar to make it vey sweet. To the above add nn equal weight (nearly twelve pounds) of tait apples chopped line. This will keep months. Be fore baking, add a ta...

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. — 12 December 1872

1 . : . . . . ;. i . - , . I " -" ' " - -s.'m-'. j'.vr -AV yi, .. m ?. " vir - r . r-'i! 0f v - & " .(tuu mean that your tuh- TIIEO RICIIARD503, with ; CLOTIIIEJl, 24 orth Sumincr Street; n ash villi:, Ti:x'. t , Z on don. Sa eh Su I Is, D. B. Cut curaij Suits, ' Dahlia Tricot Suits, Wedding &, Dress Suits, - i. . i i . ' , .' : Fall Over-coals r- - Ch ildrciis Sui Is, Boys' School Suiter; a Youth' Dress Suits, shirts iUiUic to Order, Under Wear of a!! kinds, Jfcch Wear, New and : Elegant fcb-yj-lylst col 1st p I plrtol ti J.- 'jry .More Ja piif i n.' Uif y.rtli t-a-t, eurnur of the square, and yj.il it with A L&lffe Slock, of Grocotios; . ' link'" lioiiskcciK'rs to call .nil :m j.:iit III- -k auul price l iuily.snj j, lies,! rtWJIntrTvery vaiii tj- ct'"stap ;unl Taney grtH-cric?, Will l furiiHii-d CHSAFER THAM FOlTCASH. Custonicrs arcr'sp'tfii!lv hut t'uriiostly lnvitcJlo cwiiilt tlM'ii; ititcrot )y f:tl i 0!l ' film' ncrnsifiiially to see iuW licij) lie !N mi-vriw. . ....

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. — 12 December 1872

(the Eittea - aad L W. McCORD, Proprietor THURSDAY, DECEM. 12, 18? Onr Town. Wp have heard people talk aloiit Pulaski becoming a town of five or tn thousand population in the course of five or ten years. We have occasionally indulged dreams of this character in the past our selves, and have tried to point out to oar citizens the road that would load to this end, so much desired by all of as. But the dr i n is past and our hopes have fled. Our people have lost their energies in all mat ters pertaining to enterprises of a public character. We have plenty of private enterprise of a cramped and rather narrow character, but no public spirit. Our merchants are making money, our lawyers are able, energetic and successful in their pro fession, ranking with any bar in the State. Our physicians ride night and day tc visit thetdfk and minister to the suffering, and rank like the Law yers. Our farmers are delving and plowing, and clearing and fencing, and progressing. Our mechanics are skillful...

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. — 12 December 1872

kt Cittern audi THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1S72. Xaw is the Time. By paying two dollars now you gut the Citizen until the 1st of January, 1874. -- Bark From Dearer. Messrs. J. C. Young, W. J. Strick land and Thos. Strickland arrived ia thU place yesterday from Denver. KbipiafBta. There bare been shipped from this depot for the week ending yes terday 194 bales of cotton and 23 barrels sf whisky. A Kew Press. We want to put a new cylinder press into cur office by the first week in January, and our friends must help us. Come, pay us up. tf Exra Inducement. The Citizen will be furnished to new subscribers at $2 from now un til the 1st of January, 1874. Try it again. 2t A Good Milch Cow. Persons vho want to buy good Milch Cows with young calves can Lave choice of three at $30, $40 and $50 each, by applying forthwith to tf. L "W. SIcCohd. For Rent For one or a term of years, the Store House on the west side of the Tabl'ie Square, now occupied by B. 31. Young. And also for Rent the Offices abo...

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. — 12 December 1872

. - 4 V. (!. y !'i rn d n-Vii?!-(l io the inter- t ' . "' .-.? - p at---i'" f he r.,t (,..! i.oiinic. aii' i ne riai? ui i ciuie.-i:e ;u i.i. :: : - .v-tt : : . i I ycr I tuotii i ,ww. - . . ; i i.-iiiui; .-iiiu.i . f i ! :ii .1 , r . .u . I ; A-1 . i itN.-iii'li:-: 1 1 -; r tv '1 " f r'.-ii-'ial.lc j J' i':r4vill! rrniTf4 V':ivf-s i1' ufc. A.Uln-,.: . - i . ' "vy rhni-lay nr ::;.V .,i.tn.H Ariiv - . .... , . ,( .!f ii -.tii.':i v jit M ;.?. rt.ni. T'-w "Senium and floniij'iTJiIu ) j.t r i.m. i..f.:iw-vrn.- at r ii.!i..-ii Uiiilei- tlio a'nvo luTi llue Cii.cin in liostun will TaTT Vit'i ciii-.!iiiiLr " V LI I nnd lioton esTH.-cistllv. lifm t'ni ii .-hf f i- yiMis . the cajiilal,, whiyli lo.i -c C?iicas MoKsom. -'It illos ton's moucy wli'u li is now' re lmi'.-liu t!it cil3" '1'iie bu U!e.ir nien f Cliica urCi byric'U8;i-wiUi uil'U- m tluir crediUns ire- lilt liy -J'Jtcni men 'Tlicy liave heen oltainii:; from them ini)!nni.."l acc-omiiictda lions, extensions; n.id rn invoI J A'o s. Al...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 19 December 1872

.WM. GRAHAM, : " " " " '" " 7' ' : " "' , ". -T ." " . : 7 --rr---: --.-r J I! n 1 1 T if! era Would give notion to the citizens of (Jilcs niul sunoumling countie that he 'n prepared to supply them with every variety 01 pleasure e nicies, sucn as Carriages, IJoekawnys, Jiaroti tbes, IJMggios Trottiiigaiul Sarins Wagon, X:c. Persons wishing anything in his line will find it tf their interest to give him a cull." All kinds of Impairing done with neatness and dispatch. AH "Worlr. Warranted. niay'2-Cm ROB'T B. GIBSON & CO. T I7"T' A IT. fJ lfyfTT C First Main Street-South, 6TOEE RKCKXTLY OCCUPIED BY J P RASKIN pulaski, ti:nn., T""EAT.i in tine ie?t brands of Llnuors, YJ i.igars, Johaeeo, faroeei-les anJ Family isuppliea, Queensware, &c, which we will Bell ver; Clicap for Barter or Greenbacks. "We are determined to merit a share of trade by felling goods cheap. CAIJj A.rr BEK XJS. inay23-Cm FAMILY 3 ITO EO. N. McGUEW having com vJX pletwl his new Htore liouse on t!ie north east c...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 19 December 1872

and L. W. IIcCORD, Proprietor TlilTKSDAY, DKCEM. 19, 1875. The Lonisiam Usurpation. T ne iiigh-hiisidrtl usurpation of the President, in overthrowing the State ('overnment of Louisiana with the bayonet, is a long and alarming t:-ide in the direction of military despotism. Such an assumption of wer would hardly be tolerated in another country, and it is aston i!iii:g with what meekness we of the South are continually submitting to fiich outrages upon eur liberties. "With Mich an unwarranted and un licensed plundering of our liberties os thus by the Executive head of t!.e nation, in it surprising that there is fctill some rebellious feeling to wards the government? The regularly elected Governor and Legislature is deposed, and a negro made Governor and a self-ap-j.dnted body styling itself the Leg islature, is supported by bayonets, end hy Bjecial order of the 1'iesi- del it. Was ever sr.tU vinatiijr i petrated iu the, narno ot liberty? Nor is t is all, when appealed to by Gen. Taylor...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 19 December 1872

3 I! t ! j i i ! n ti I H mURSDAT, DECEMBER 19, 1&7: I- RAILROAD. Arrival of Trains at Vulashi. PAS9ESGF.K TRAINS GOIXG NORTH. M-rives at 7-50 A. 51., and at 12-35 A.M. . ASSEV,En TRAINS GOING SOUTTf. ArrTv"rtl:15,r.M,and8:17,AM FBEIGKT TRAILS. fioin" Xi.rth Arrives at S :25, A . M. doing South-Arrive at 12:40 , P. M. rmetteville horse mail route leaves, very Thursday at 12:30 p.m. Arrives n Saturday at 11 0 a.m. This mail embraces Bra.lshftv,BimkerIIill,Pisgab, Cvreston and Miilville. "Miar Creek wails arrive every Thcra drr at 5 p.m.; Departs Friday at 7 a.m. This mail embrace AppU-ton, Minor Hill, Good Springs, Marbuts and Mock- wrericeburg mall arrives Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays at 11 :30 a.m. Departs same ua ai. f-' nraeea Vale Mills, Bodenhainer, A est Point and Way land Spring. Marcella Falls mail arrives every Sat urday at 11 :30 a.m. Departs same day at 12 :30 p.m. This embraces Parker s Store and Campbellsville. Elkton mail arrives Tuesdays and Fri days at 10 p.n...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 19 December 1872

T" - . . . - - T gte it$n RKfl rfiturac:uowltftwit i meu at ibtur head as our tow A Weekly Journal devotej to the '.titer- j Bt of tlw citizens of Giles Gunny, and j 1, State of Tenner at Uro. J 1 year $2.CO. C months $ 1 .OO. Advertisements iu-erted 'f. reasonable ate. Address. L. W. MeCOHI), rul.iskl.Tenn. LYNNVILLE. lis Eusiuess School Prospects Hop: Crop Cotton Crop Matri monial Crop, etc. I suppose Mr. Editor, . "Country man," your worthy correspondent from tli;s place, has forgotten his dntv, as I have seer, nothing from his pen iu some time m your paper; and as we havo a spirit here for en terprise and a desire not to be over looked by mankind generally, we wish you to have a regular corres pondent from tL'M place, I have no aspirations for that position, but wish only to remind "Countryman" of his dht" in the future. Oiir town is now full of life and business. The dull season has passed, and trade is opening up with energj'. Several of our old firms bave been dissolved, 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. — 25 December 1872

A1 L W. lIcCCIlD, Proprietcr . liaiSTJIAS'MOitXIXG, DEC. -25TII. The banner i now. in l'avr of do iwj nwny with the oilice of l'uhlic Printer, since il c:ui ' not pssilIy ;n!e to control the office itsilf. G. F. Train iu Prison, ' Ooorge Francis Train, a crazy fellow who is entitled to credit for nit ra l-iaUiS than discretion, ii in the Toomhs p:ison at New York city, convicted of I'lililishing an ol scr-ne paper, culled the "Train I.caimtv" Kadi crime has it gradation?. Though the theft of a million and ii diii.o art- alike lii eaHies of law, wo lock with ditfi-rent foi iings upon the ilToror of a loaf and the puiloiiif: of a railroad. Vice President Co!fx has neocpt cd the editorship of the Tribune. Has Kiiiutory may 'e looked for in : lev days. It is said that Oi Ion lias oflercl t!ic position of managin r editor to Jlussaul, and he will pro. ba'ilv ncceia. Tiie Washington correspondent oi tiie Cincinnati Oazef.e says: "Tin T.I.tholUt Bojk Concern, of Nash vide, Tenn., lias fiKd...

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. — 25 December 1872

r. J ! i : f i H 7t (Cittern ntul gw$. IlIUlSTMAS MOKNING, DEC.25TJI. goal gcir$. r5Hni5TMAS:TRICIC Christmas tree at the Episcopal hurch to night. Everybody, ami he children in particular, is ex iccte J. Voss's stock of Christmas cakes s unsurpassed in the State. Try .icm. aeerJt H Call on Oakes & Miller ami got pour boys a hobby horse, cheap. a The foldastlet. 1 From Saturday morning fo Sun- iay'nioming wc had the coldest pell ever witnessed here. Des patches from the North and North- Vr-Kt. re nrose.nt the thermometer as i)W ad 42 degrees below zero at j juie points. One of those nice setts of furni- 'j ire at Oakes it Miller would be a ice present to carry home to your ife. It. Old Santa Clans will hold a re- f I ption at Voss's every day and ht next week. decll-2 I Died. In this vicinity, on Friday night, j'.ith inst., Lizzie Easox, daughter Clayton and Mary Eason, aged out three vcars. Jet Goods, Tins, Ear Rings, lacelets, Tvith a variety of French oods, at Wixsmr's. decl9...

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. — 2 January 1873

-, i tf- -"" t : :i 'J I WM. GRAHAM, ' Carriage Manufacturer, Would jrife notk to the e'tiz-efis of C;ile uii'l furrountliiig oountie tlmt he in prepared to supply them w ith every variety of pleasure Veliki-, suth V CarrlaffOK, Itocknways, Ilarou clies Iltisrlerrrottlnsr ahd Spring Wagons,' ALe.' Persons wbhinz anything 'n his line will find U l thoir Intel ei-t to e;ive him ... it. .4'.ull All kiiuU of-lii-pahiug done, with ncatne ami dispatch. All Work "Warranted. mxyJ-tiin MITT R. GIBSON & CO. : 11ETAII Gil O CHltS Kirvt Main Street-South,- - ITORH lli:cKNTUVKJ:t T1KI by j p raxkix PULASKI, TEN N DEAL In the Tt brands of f.jiuors, Cigars Tobacco, (jfweritu and Family Supplies, (.ueensware, &c, . .vhhh we will sell verj ..Clicap 'for, JJalcor'jCfSi!)atk. v Wc arc determined to merit a share of rude by eellinjj oodrf cheap. CAliL A-'U ITS nay23-Cin .,, f , '1 ' FAILYJUPPLIES; F.O. N. McfSICKW having com vjt ph ted hlajicw store house, on tne vtrtU eimt corner of the wjimrc...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 2 January 1873

Bh Cittern and giw. L W. HqCORD, Proprietor tiii;ksiay, JAXUAKY 2, 1373. Small pox i doing quite work at Decatur. lively To Onr Patrons. Hereafter we will be compelled U adhere a little more rigidly than heretofore to the "cash in advance" rule. We send this issue to a very large number of subst-iibers whose subscriptions have expired. All such will find the pencil marks around a notice at the upper jight hand corner of the first page, and we ask them respectfully to renew their subscription without delay. If they desire indulgence for a few days or even a few weeks, we will . cheerfully grant it to then if they will only notify us. But if we re ceive no notification of this kind we will take it for granted that they do not desire the paper continued. X NOTICE. X Those who And pencil marks this week around the paragraph headed as above on the first page, will re ceive no paper next week unless they notify us to continue it. We do not object to extending indul gence for a short perio...

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. — 2 January 1873

N T3p Hlxt (Cittern aatt xm. Tilt KSUAY, .... JAXUAltY 2, 1873. lktter read "Thunder and Spikes" or j-ou may get "tipped" l&e it is. Ntw is Vonr Time. Cash for goods hereafter. Cheap er lhan anybody. - .You who owe t us tome and pay. Jan2-2t Ibtiwf. & Lihdsay. Gold and ' Silver Chains at Wikshif's. Watches and dccIO 2t Our immense Stock of Vases, Co logne Setts, Motto Cups, Dolls, la Tian Figures, Fancy China Boxes, Jewelry Stands, and a thousand ar tides for Holiday gifts, at Win- tfiiu-'n. doel9-3t ti Kiciii.ANi) Savings Hakk. To Whom it May Concern. All pertous indebted to Oajiks fc MU.LLK, cither by note or account, are hereby notified that unless they come forward and pay the tame by J 1st of February, they will find their claims iu the hands of an officer. Oakks fc Miller. jan2-td - WiNsnir'g Jewklky Stokk will'bc removed to Richland Savings Bank. Broke an Arm. We regret to learn that Mrs. Dy cr, mother of Register John W. .fell upon the snow last Fridaj-, Dye. breakin...

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. — 2 January 1873

J f tit ittect inut &xt$$ k WeeklyJonrn.il devtcd to the inter ft of the citizen of Gili' County, ami lie Stute-of Tennessee at larjje. '. 1 year $2.00. I it irioiitlis$1.00. Advertisement inserted . reasonable ates. Address. 1 L. W. McCORD, riiUki.T''nii. The Narrow (iune.- - - ' Our llunUvillc neighbors 'are in earnest about building a narrow tfingq road to l'liUbki. We flip the following from the advocate of the J 3th: A T , . y-". Last sumincr a National 'Narrow (lunge Convention w t$ heM at St. EouU, and from its', proceedings we learn of the mngoiik-cnt ju-ojoct.ol tlic Waslnugton, .Cineimidli and St. Lou id Narrow Guage Road, in. pro von of construction at a coH of $13, 4(50 per mile, andj to be 830 miles long. St. LouU will be t!io grand centre from wbkb tlic railroad sys tem 7r the Sodtft will radiator Al ready is sbe extending her iron arms, upon this plan, t- radueab,"Ki-:i tneky,, and . will, we have no doubt, extend her conquests further South, if we but encourage h...

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. — 9 January 1873

J! . -. - - . -v . ; -. . LOOK ! X THE CITIZEN. L. Wi HcCord,, Proprietor. Nrtlr.vt rotrtnt-ruf tUrKomrc Up Htin, The pencil marks you see around this Tho loIIr per A mm a en. 1st Advance. tUkTm OF CB1CIW rum aUrTUaXKO ? pai:b. 1 iuk Sms, Imo. ia. 12 mo. ne square .. Two aqua res. Thrve ;uare our squre oo.-r..tot,. 4-..i t : f 1 1 4 mi a ui ii'i inn f io ua tl IO l -JH (l r il 1- Ol 11 u 12 () 1j iJ If VI M m 2 t 3U1 31 1 u Srt n Ei IV '4 M 75 UO 4u u . ue Haw a iu to (t I! HI ia a HUM 1-t 1J 14 IU Jl tl 3U Ul VOLUME XV. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, .THURSDAY,., JANUARY 9, 1S73. NUMBER k2. oiie-tiilrtl Cet ine-lul lol.... one t. oi :- :"'':lp ' s aragraph (thus) mean that your sub scriiition. in out ami unpaid, aud that are requested to pay up at ouce. We would take groat pleasure in extend ing credit to our friends and patrons, hut cash alone trill pay expenses, and we are forced to adhere to a strict cash rule. We hope you will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of such a course, and ...

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. — 9 January 1873

i i i 1 i- it f v ' i A. L. W. HcCOUD, Phoitjetor TIIUKSUAY, ... JANUARY 0, IS73. The JIore comity Pioneer says there !a a fro'"' -lH'iiing at Lynchburg for a tailor and wiiiron-iwiker. A. P. MoiIhU, cf Troy, eriou-ly woumh-d himself on the ISlh ult. while cutting onts with a cutter. IJe cut off one linger &:iJ seriously won idcd an other. A iVil-on county man can led 370 rabhits to Nashville last Saturday, unti only a few days before two ot'.ier Wil son county men curried 1,300 rabbits and quails to market. Theie was lijrlitninjr, thunder, fleet, row and rain by turns on tat unlay night last- The thunder rolled and rat tled ncron the hills toward the southeast like the opening of upring. The Hartford Times tells of a gentle man In that city who, on getting: a glass of soda, was retiring from iht More w ithout the usual little ceremony whirls follows that operation. "J.'eeolleet," uid the ttolito proprietor, "if you lone your pockst-book, you didn't pull It out here." Ths Legisl...

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. — 9 January 1873

Til UJ WD AY, JANUARY 0, 1373. is'. i. u.viriiovii. Arrival of Trains at Iulaki. FASSKXOKR TRAINS GOING KOItTII. Arrive at 7'SO A. M., and at 1235 A. M. raB.SKKGKK TRAINS GOINO SOnTn. Arrives at 1 :13, I. and 8:17,.t M FRKIOHT TRAINS. Golajr North Arrives at 8 :2.",A .M. Gomj .South Arrives at 12 :4U, 1. M. 2 p.m. Money order ran be obtained at the I'iduski l'ostolllr upon ostolliees in all parts of the United States. A list of money order ofliccs may be fenn on ap-)H(-Htion. Tiie following are the rates of commission cliarged for money or ders : Orders not exceeding $20, lOcts.; over $20 and not exceeding '.M, 15 eta ; over $:0 and not exceeding $40, 20cts.; over $40 and not exceeding $30, 25 cts. J.I). LEWIS, P.M. The hotel furniture belonging to 3Ir. -John Jackson was sold at miction last Monday. Every tiling went cheap. Mr. John McGrew was very seriously Injured by a fall on the Ice hrrvng the late slippery weather, lie Is not able to be out yet but U slowly recovering. d ICellI...

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. — 9 January 1873

The Xlffht After Clirlstmaa. I LXITRTKA rr.D BY I. HCaTTKntlOOU. TM tli night after C'liritiiiH, whim U through the limine Kvtry aoul wan abed, and an etUl a a luoitae; Thona atockintoi no lata in tit. Nicholaa' cure Were, entity of all that wan eatable tliero. The darling had duly lweu tucked in their beds, With very full atouiaclm. and Jrniiia hi their haada. I wan dozing away in my new uottou cap. And Nancy wan rather far gone in a map. Wheu out of the nurnery nine audi a clatter, I sprang froui my aleep" crying, "What ia the matter ?" I flew to each tieditide null half in a ilo.e Tore open the rnrtainn, and threw off the clot hen ; " The hiih out jilvjtd of the ohjn-lit Mow." While the light or the taper twrvod rlearlv to how Tho piteoiiM plight of theme objectx U'low : For what to the fond father' even nhonlcl a aptiear Hut the httli. !.1 fa. o of each nick lirtle dear! For each put that hail crammed itnelf full an a tick I knew in a moment now felt like Old Kirk. Their pulnen ...

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