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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 16 January 1873

X LOOK! X The pencil marks yon see around this paragraph (thus) mean that your sub scription is out and unpaid, and that yon are requested to . pay op at once? We would take great pleasure in extend ing credit to our friends and patrons, but cash alone will 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 renew your sxibscription withont delay. Wo solicit yonr favor. C-S" We enter no new names on our books without the money in advance. News of tho; Week. ' DOWN FAST. A. T. Stewart ha prasauteU 1,000 to the fluid for disabled fireman. Kourteeu of tho aoaieu Lul l for illegal voting at tho lata electiuu, at Rochester, gave ball to appear at Albany. Htutau 11. Acthoujr refaned to furnish bail, and was remanded. , : Footer, tlio forger, takeu from Moutre. for trial under the extradition treaty, lias ar rived at Ronton and been committed for trial in default of 3,000 ' . . - A letter roooived 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. — 16 January 1873

B i xhtix ami L. V. McCORD, Proprietor THURSDAY, ... JANUARY 10, 1873. It Is a Mire sl of aa early spring to we a cut watching a small hole In the wall. i i . .... The negro Plnchback.by the grace of Grunt Governor of Louisiana, wag born In Dayton, Ohio, where ho was known as "Pete." Cov. Browui has withdrawn the re ward offerrod for the desperado Jack son, who fs niivh a terror to the Chatta nooga nelgLWrhood. Nobody dared to earn It. The Waynesboro Kcvlcw and Ten nessee River News, published at Savan nah, have been consolidated, and will be enlarged and published hereafter at Savannah. A woman in male attire was arrested In Knoxville a few nights since, She gave as an excuse that she donned her mule attire In order to tind the wherea bouts of her truant "better half," which she could do more successfully (iuvj. An Iowa county 'iipilre concludes the u'laritai knot ceremony thusly : ."Them that the court hath joined to gether let no man bust asunder; but suffer little children to co...

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. — 16 January 1873

Tin;j:.SI)AV,. . . . JAKUAKY 10, 1873. Dick Tliompwrt wint.1 600 bushels of walnuts right away. Owing to indifpojlLion Dr. Blake c-ouhl not fill liis appointment at Mt. Moriah last Sunday, but will preach there next Sunday at 11 o'clock, a - ' l'lotuiant Valley School begins the 27th int. Tuition : $1.', $20. JaiilO-2 D. A. McKnight. The mechanism hitherto latent In the head and fingers of Giles Iieynoldu cropped out the other day. He made a man that could do everything but eat and breathe. Knnaway. The hore attached to Boyd M. Youriy & Coa express waon ran away last Thursday, throwing Ell, the driver, out nnd severely bringing him. C3T"Our school begins on Monday, 27th Inst. For terms, etc., see circular. C. G. ItOGKRH, janl(J-2t Mrs. N. Adams. In Jail. MaJ. II. C. Bate, of the Lawrence Journal, came to Puhteki last Thursday and lodged in Jail. He stayed all night With Rob Mitchell, and went to Na.-sh-villc Friday night. He hadn't done anything. "Wanted. f00 Ihifchels Charcoal,...

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. — 16 January 1873

CONGRESSIONAL DUELS. It .was daring the administration of Mr. Monroe that a collision occurred in the Senate between General Samuel Smith of Maryland, and Mr. Lloyd, of Massachusetts, the result of which gave much satisfaction at tho North. Gen eral Smith was a known fighting man, a brave soldier, who had rendered im portant service in the war of 1812. He was a large, imposiug figure of a man, of peremptory manner, and rather in clined to be dictatorial and overbearing. Mr. Xloyd, on the contrary, was small in statue, delicate and almost effemin ate in appearance, dressing always in elegant style, and looking like a courtier of the days of Louis XIV. In the course of discussion Mr. .Lloyd liad controverted with tome sharpness and great effect certain statements and ar guments of General Smith. A logical reply suitable to the case did not. occur to the Senator ; so, instead of reaflirm ing hit facta and attempting to confute the reasoning of Mr. Lloyd, he tried the effect of a little...

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. — 23 January 1873

IU 1 THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. ont'' Northeast coruer of the Square, Up Stair. : ' TRM OK HCJBJH RIITIOM : Two Dollar per Annan, In Adranre. iutu or raicas rK adveutuino: m a t k. 1 mo. 2 me. I mo. 6 mo. 12 mo. o!ieiHre. 2Vi 4 (l J H in 10 i Two miimret. 4 HO HI loin) JM"I Three iuareii..... i 10 cl law 1 " four XllHir M III 111 111 12 () If. 01 "' Hue-foil! Ill I'ol. HI HI I". HI In IO A 0J 1 I Mtf" t III T' I 'll.... 'i IO 11 III 'JO III Ml so00 One-hal f Col 15 in ID in .'! I" 4 f 7"ilu LOGIC! X VOLUME XV PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1S73. NUMBER I.' One C ol JUKI Ml IU III HL 11) 1,'J !' i.. News of the Week. DOWN FAST. Hevoral Quarter-ruasteni of the Htoamsliip Iioumark have been arrested for smuggling in York. ISimton rojiorU 5C deaths from sinall-pox the put neck. Oswego, Now Tork, rojKirtii a 135,000 flra. Tho tatal deaths in New York city lat year were 3AG47, and increase of 5,671 over the year previous. The doU of the wealthy Mate of Pennsyl vania...

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. — 23 January 1873

3 i 3 .... S.' I L. W. LIcCORD, Proprietor TUCK-DAY,... JANUATiV '.!:?, 173. Tin; Civcnior's ?!s.-n;re. In every quarter of 1 ho St;.t" the kite M-. of (Iflv. Brow n I poken "f a a ino-.t crcditnblti document to iU Kx (; ncy, iiii.l IT It be o creditable to an K.vuili already fo ditlii;rni.-hcd lor ability nml .ov.nd discretion, :is to elk-It mm-Ii f-ear'.y t-oininf-inl.it ion.-, it mii-t lie i.ln cn-dital.1-; to the State w hose ;:dlant -mi l.n is ntii! to tl nation which claims Vim one of. Its most honorable ami abl-j Governors. The meajre wan very elaborate, very full, very practical, and iM-ti ny a mort remarkable research and adose in-i-ht Into the material afi'.iirs of the State, ninl a general, full and Im partial Investigation of measures look ing to the public benefit. It Is particu larly c-.mniended for Its conservative tone h:i I practical bearing, lie appeal to the Legislature to forget all partlzan questions to loose Mjjht of them 1" con 5 !ri-lhj; aril lejd-l.it Ing up...

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. — 23 January 1873

Ul She ditutu aiitl grcss. THL'IiSDAY, J! JAXUAKY 2:1, 1873. at -itajs. Klwooil Lacy filled his ice-liouse lout Monday. .. s.i Pleasant Valley School begins Hie 27th Jt. Tuition : $15, 20. JaiilG-2 V. A. Mc Knight. ore sorry to hear of the serious illness of Henry (Tony) Pillow. It is thought lie will not nvovtr. "Last cene of all" Kcro-sene, which has ended 137 strange eventful histories during the pa-t year. t2?-ur school begins on Monday, 27th inst. For terms, ete., Bee circular. V. G. IUxjkks, Jnl0-2t Miw. N. Adajih. Oysters, Oysters? Oysters fresh in cans or 011 the lialf shell, at Ciikuc's City IUkkhy. 1 The Jackson W hig & Tribune says: "Charley Marshall the best Ieot Agent in Tennessee has tendered liis resignation of licit iost at 1'ulaski." We uro informed that Mr. Marshall will remain in charge of the deiot, hav ing only resigned his Kxpress agency. AVuntetl. f00 Ihishels Charcoal, for which the liighrst market price will be paid in cash. ' Horn M. Young & Co. Jan...

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. — 23 January 1873

'J THE SHOOK. TJp In a wild, where few men come to look, Tberw live and sj,lf,a a lonely little brook ; LI vein and aitiReth In the dreary vines. Yet sreepcth on to where the daylight shines. Pure from their heaven, In mouutaln chalice caught, It drinks the rain, aa drinka the aoul her thought ; And down dim hollows where it winds along, Pours lu life-burden of uullatened song, I catch the murmur of lta undertone. That sixtieth ceaselessly. Alone ! alone ! And hear afar the livers gloriously Shout on their paths toward the ahinlng sea ! " The voiceful rivem, chauting to the sun. And wearing names of honor, every one ; utreacblng wide, and Joining hand with hand To pour great gift along the anting land. Ah, lonely brook I Creep onward through the pinea Press through the gloom to where the daylight shines Sing on among the stones, and secretly Feel bow the floods are all akin to thee t Drink the sweet rain tbe gentle heaven sendeth ; Hold thine own path, however-ward it teudeth ; For ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 30 January 1873

THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office Northeast corner of the Square, Up Stairs. ykhhs or HUWM'KIPTION: Two Iloll r per A nun m, in Advance, IUTK8 OF I'UICtM M AUVKBTUINU: "Pack. 1 mo. 2 uio. a mo. 6 mo. 12 mo. One square 2 fi 4 Ul 6 H l 10 (fl T-oUmi . 4 li SIX mi ),,(! aim) Three squares.... HI 8iu 10 i 12 (i 1H III four ivu;u. mid in ii ii UD i: ll VS Onef.oilh i in ii hi li hi as il 4i i"l I ne l lur-l ul.... 1-0 m iai 'ji i.i Mi in mini one-halt i ul j in .uio -..Sim 4 ii Tim One 1'ul 'JI Ul H. II) 411 i0 111 l.'rll III News of the Week. no ws bast. The Erie Directors have nuanimouMlr authorized the ihue of 10,000,000 in seven Ier cent, convertible bunds. Part of the pro ceeds of the Hale of these bonds will be used for the purpose of laving a double track along the line of the road, togotner with a third rail. The rent of the sum will be devoted to the general equipment and improvement of the railroad. The resolution expressly stipu lates that theso bonds are not to le...

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. — 30 January 1873

If t i ? 5 ! ' ! If 1 s i li Citutn and L. W. McCORD, Proprietor TIIUHSDAY, . . .' JAN U A KY :5a, 17:1. rire In XHshville. On Tuesday lust the !l.-Ullery of M.i Crea, Maury & Co., tog.-ihcr with 1,000 barrels of whisky, wa burned. Loss ?S7,000. Insurance $42,000. The annual sulci of pews in Henry Ward Bencher's church i rtooklvn,N. Y , a few days Finer, realized for rent and premium over sixty-five thousand dollars. The Knoxvllle and Memphis Xarrow Gun;e Railroad Is to bo 3.17 rr.Ues In length. It 1 to run via Bolivar and Columbia, with branch roads to Xash vl'lo r.nd Favetteville. The Ooorgia Legislature, on Wednes day, 22d inst., elected Cen. John B. Gordon United States Senator on the fiflh ballot, the vote ski riding : Gordon, 112; Alex. II. Stephens, 80 ; A.T. Ack crman,ll. , .Tu't now the teinjx'rance and tax questions are Iwlng agitated, and bring ing to the surface some Idea, peculiar if not practicable, ru witness that of a correspondent of the Maryville lbptib llcnn, ...

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. — 30 January 1873

S t and tt. THUKSnAY, ... JANUARY 30, 1S73. 'oral 2,11 'Wit The National Bank of Pulaski have moved into their new building. The Jackson l'lalndeuler compulsory education. opposes Mr. Boyd M. Yoiinr made the first deposit in the new vault of the National Bank last Saturday nilit. The Marquis of Killarney arrived last week with a complete outfit and daubed the courthouse fence. The Knights of Pythias are reofdvinjj many accessions. We understand live persons were Initiated last night. Gctiirik waji so behind with his com- i iiitinleatiu from Bethel that it was itn- ; possible to Insert It. All the papers in this section of coun try say that Stokes Is to be hung on Feb. JSth. Sic him, White! . . - Messrs. II ill, Miller A Co. have bought out the stock of groceries of Messrs. Young & Jtolfs, and those gentlemen will deal exclusively in tinware, &c. i The mail from Minnow Ford to the railroad atI,eterB leaves Minnow Ford j sit 12 o'clock every Friday and returns at 4 same day.. ...

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. — 30 January 1873

AMYSTEBY. by )oh! o. v. mi imu, Tha river hammed with leaning tree. Wound through Ita meadows green ; A low, blue line of mnnntalna Showed the open pinea between. One harp, tall peak chnvn them all Clear Into atiuliKht rpnoig ; X aaw the river nf my dmnu. The luonntaiua that I Bang! "So claw of memory led me an, But well the waye I knew ; A feeling of familiar thing With every footatop grew. Kot otherwise above its crag Could lean the blaaUxl pins'; Not otherwide the maple hold Aloft hia red tmalgn. So lip the long and ahorn foot-hilla The monntaina road should crcvp; 80, green and low, the meadows fold It red-halrod kine axlecp. The river wonnd a it should wind-; Their place the mountain took. The white, torn fringes of Uu4r cloud Wore no unwonted look. Tet ne'er before that river rim Waa pruod by feet of mine, Never before mine eye hail croaaad That broken mountain line. A presence, strange at once and known, Walked with me a my kui.I.i; The skirts of some forguttcn lifo Trailed 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. — 6 February 1873

JUL THE CITIZEN. LOOIC! X L. W. McCord, Propriator. The nencil marks vou see aronnd tin imraffTaoh fthus mean that vour su1- om Northeaat corner f theS.,,re, Cp Stairs. 4 O i ' scription is out or unpaid, and that you are requested to pay np at once. We would take great pleasure ia extend terms wr seasc-si trios: T w . . -r jrr A on , , , n AT. um or mri kii mi advkiitimino: " "TACt I mo. 2 ino. 1 mo. a ma. ri mo. ing credit to our friends and patrons, but cash alone will pay expenses, and we are force i to aunere to a scnci casu On nqiutr' T-vo HjOMr ft Thrtl' WJIISreit Four mtiHr in. -fi in ill "I. ne till 11 4 ol.. llie-linlf Oil 'lie t ill i ) 4 Hi 1m $ II) 10 lo no an ( 10 ll 12 , 1M , 2 W 15 la) ys .,i In ill lal 4.1 ui ji ij :i (o .vi hi : Iti 4 (m 7", m HI Mi 10 l.l tw rule. We hope yoa will comprehend 4 in n u i H mi 10 li I : 0 - li (l and appreciate the necessity of such a course, and renew your subscription without delay. We solicit your favor. CiT We enter no new names ...

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. — 6 February 1873

f ; i M 81 1 CxXhta awl ?rc$$. L. 7. IJcCOPwD, Proprietor im;i;si)AY,... fkm-uaky c, is7.l Our CornerviIle letter will appear next ' cck. Ma nil Gran will lie celebrated In Memphis on the 2"t.li lust. The Torlett Issue. A very inte resting ami exhaustive oiiinion delivered nt Na-diville last Fri day by Chancellor Fleming, decides the Torbctt 1-isue of the Bank of Ten-nes-sce to le valid. Of the old ami new l.jaue there U now outstanding about $1,000,000, from $700,000 to $800,000 of which is of the Torbctt Umo. The Tor bctt issue 1; bought In the market for 3033 tent, and sold for 'X(a:',7 cents. The ease lnis been appealed to tlie Su preinc Court. The tribunal will be asked to dispose of it during the present term. .The Tcn iMo Storm 0;it "West. AVc lind in the Herald a gr.-.phie nc count of t lie latis awful tempest that Hvvoopod down on the prairie State of Minnesota. It l;u;ted without inter in I, .-ion for over fifty hours. As man as two hundred lives were lost, and the Hiowdri...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 6 February 1873

ehc tticu and gtcM. TIIUTJSDA V,. . . lKl'KUAliY C, 1373. JIiriu.ANu Savings Bank Jjiwki.rV SioKK. New stock (if Hue clocks. 1 ., Tne.jO.iy and Wednesday were regular i Pinniiier days. -- I'ncle. Joe Hannah, of this county, claims, 1IG grand children im.l Ul great j . yrand cnihlicll. If you value your cye-siht, use tlic Iliainond Spectacles. For gale only 1y Y. Wixsiiii. 1 The old l'icealo Club had a grand re union in rear of the barber shop Mon day night. Some of the principles re cently imbibed vvere'di.-orW'ged. Mr. "Winsliip has moved into the old Kichland Savings Hank building, where lie is fitting up what is to be th most Lcautiful store in town. The smallpox is reported at Fayettc ville. Those cf our people who bavo not been vaccinated had better attend to it forthwith. Supreme Court last Saturday remand ed for new trial the case of Prof. Bry ant upon an error J: the charge of Judge McLmore, who charged that a rock was a. tloailly weapon. St. Valentine's Day is close iiikii ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 6 February 1873

t WHAT THEY DO AT THE SPKIXGS. TVy whit do they do at tli Springs!" The qtiMtion in eny to hk ; But to aiimvcr it fully, hit l-rt Ver rai j-r tiiitu-ult tank, AJiil ynt in a ha.11l.-r-.n5 -iy, Ajo th mw or m.x-kii.g-Mrd flings, IH ventun1 a bit of a in.nir Xo toil win Utey do at the Spring. u v " TUET UHIXC. Jmnrimiit niy dartim?, tlwy lirink '1 lie watra o Mjark'ii.K amt clar Though tue flavor is tjdihj tit the brt. And iLe odor e&cMtdmtdy quoer ; But the fluid le niingil, you know. With wh.ohrome rndvinal tbinp-i. Bo tlu-y drink, anJ they drink, and they drink, Aud f Auf' what they do at the Hpruigs I TIIET KAT. Then with appetite fcoe?t an a knlfa. They baMiwu to breakfast or dine; (The latter prrvoinrtly t three; The former from vnn till ulne.) T IT"! I mbkt nutJe and rueh When the eloquent dinner-bell rln! Then they eat, and tiiey rat, and they eat, Aud that' what thy do at the hjru.g I "lUKt Ft. TUT. Vow they lit roll tn the bean ti ltd wallia. h lob in the nhJe of the trw...

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. — 13 February 1873

zz . ' wwi iiiiiiiii iwi iiiii iiw inn hi ii 1 1 inwia I imi m is law i wi wwm I wm I u m in ii i mm I mi mum mm m mi ii wiimi m ihwh mi THE CITIZEN, L. W. McCord, Proprietor. LOOK! 4 The pencil marks you see around this paragraph (thus) mean that your sub scription is out or wixaid, and that you are requested to pay up at once. We would take great pleasure in extend ing credit to our friends and patrons, but cash alone will pay expenses, and we areuivccf to adhere to a strict cash rule. We hope you will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of such a course, and renew your subscription without delay. We solicit your favor. CiT We enter no new names on our lMH.ks without th money in advance. Offli Nrt)it conmrof the Square, Vp Stairs. TKKM.t or hL'B!K'KirTI03l: Two Dollar prr Annum, in Adrtnro J14TEM or TRICKA roR ADTERTtfllTfU rAi K. 1 ma. 2 mo. mK 6 mo. 12 mo. !" T'sro 2 an 4 f'l 8 l. ft no 1 in ( U(imiurni.1iUi fc lil i.t w, wai 'I'wo 'iUr-i.Jt 4 Hi -km 1 lirfB Wii:rr.., Cut Dm...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 13 February 1873

vf.f li Cittern a nil vc$. L. W. McCQRD, Proprietor T1IU11SDAY,.. .FEBKUAKY 13, 1S73. Tom IViUhctt, ol the MurfYcesboro Ncwh, hud one anl jrt c .ii'lit in the iii'itrhiioiiiu noo-e. M:- I;ir!' M-'-conm-kln accompanies him abm litVa rujrrl pathway. Here" hick to you and yourn, Tom. The Ocoec E'jrUter projos"s to the Jisbituro th? following dog law; "Every family owning more than one do h:il! par a State tax of ilve dollars on each nn 1 every dog li cxci'ss of one do, and ten dollars on cvry fi.e. With such :i law, wdl directed, I'eiiiieK . would produce 1,000 pound - ef wool where she now produce one jtouud." The "Moore County i'ioiiccr U one of tlie beet and neale-t paper in tlie State, and we rejoice to know that tlie good jM-ople of Lynchburg know and appre ciate the fact. It de.-crvc a good up jMjrt, because It U careiuily and pains takingly edited anl printed. We love, to read a neatly printed country paper und whenever we pick lip one we infer there U a man ut the helm who is n...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 13 February 1873

SJL Thc (titucu ami grow. TllUKSDAY,. . .FKBIlUARY 13, 1S73. goal Crow Bros.' homo, on north-east cor net is nearly ready for an occupant. Mr. Jno. I). Miller lias moved with liitf family Into the Tarkes house. Use the PiamoxT) Spkctaclf.s. For pale at Win-simp's Jkwf.lhy Store. Xo more crumbling about freight de lays now. Horse bills arc in demand. We print them In any style cheap. Use the Diamond Spectacles. For pale at Winsiiip'h Jkwki.ky Stork. Mr. Fink II. Ezell and lady left last week iipi.n a visit to Texas. They will be absent Rome time. VOSS' Bakery in Kuid he had sold out? full blast. Who Meredith Miller has returnt. Ho left the day after the fnh was drapped into the gutter. A drunken coimtry negro was caught stealing in the house of Hill, Miller & t'o. Tuesday, lie was not arrested. The walls of Mr. Malone's new build ing are warjwd ro as to be utterly worth less. We Mipposo they will be rebuilt. Use the Diamom Sikctaclis. pule at Win snip's Jewelry Store. For, Our yo...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 13 February 1873

f I.IAEK TWAI1T. ! Tha Old-Fashion. d Cunard Mo.mrrs. It ia a curious, self-possessed, o!d ahioned Cosnpauy, the Cunard. (Scotchmen they are.) It raa born be fore the days of steamships ; it inaugur ates! ocan steamer lines ; it never has lost mors than one vessel ; it has never lot a pusnengor'8 life at all ; its ships are never insured ; great merchantile firms lo not insure their goods sent over in Cunard ships ; it is rather safer to be in their vessels than on shore. Old fashioned is th word. When a liiing is established by the CunarJi-rs it is there for good and all, almost. Before adopting a new thing the chiefs cogitate, and cogitate and cogitate ; then they lay it before their purveyor, their head merchant, their head builder, their head cngineet and all the captain in the service, and they go off and cogitate about a year ; then if the i:nw wrinkle is approved it is adopted mid put into the regulations, In the old days, near forty years ago, whyu this was an ocean line of ...

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