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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 February 1873

? n " " i t i f ! t : J 1 1 W K4 i i i I - v Air.: t LOCH ! Tlie iH-ncil marks rou etro arotiisd Uiis jtaraprarii (thus) menu tLat your tih script ior in out or unpaid, auJ thai you are rtMiucwsted to pay vtji nt tiire. would tiiko fjrcal pleasure iu t-!pii i inR rit'dit io our fi'ifii l i n;id p;itr,nx. but cntli alone will pny exp;':-.ss, end we nrc foii cd to adhere to a strict oath rule. We hope you will tMmiprrboirl and appreciate tlie neovsHity tf tttich n course, and rent-w yoor .subscription without delay. We solicit your favor. CWVcnti-r no new bitir.es tiii our haka or rMfu kr AiivcKriaiN't : r.cr. lino. - ino. r, mo. 6 mo. 12 mo. nouare j :i t t ii f 10 mn j m 10 Two quarts 4ii kin ui n m an 011 1 lirta iiwr).,.. i; in sin jo iti 12 in i nj Four Ko.ure- mi ij 141 i- 1, .-, t, no I Hit'-fi 'U 1 1 II 11I.. 11,1.1 1., 1.1 1 ,u m iji ,il Hill- : ft t ill. ... I II) . ,,, J,,,,, in :t 0 l! elf t til j", (,., -.,,, . , 4 , 7J ,4 4i.'ul i. -i 10 Ma' 8 hi Km uf r i VOLUME XV. PUL...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 February 1873

Eli (tlMztn awl grc$$. L. W. McCORD, Proprietor THUI.'SDAY,. . .FEBRUARY 20, 1S73. The Legislature. Very little of interest lias lieen done in our Legislature during tlie past week. Many bills have leeii considered, but none of iinjiortance passed Into law, Tlie committees are at work, and sever al iinxioi'taritliiteaKiired will be enacted. Co-Operntlou. This is the key-note to success. Without it fnilnre is the inevitable re sult of every enteprlse of a public char acter. Co-operation has built every railroad, turnpike, manufacturing es tablishment, water works, gas works and every other enterprise of any mag nitude in the land. It can do anything, and without it we can do nothing. A contemporary, In advocating a county subscription to some public enterprise, pay very truly and very forcibly that 'works of improvement which are too large (or individual enterprise, must be undertaken by coininuninitics, and, therefore, those who oppose county sut subscriptions must never expect to h...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 February 1873

Sh Citutu ami grtf. TIIUltSDAY,. .FEBRUARY 20, IS73. A v. Messrs. Marlon Crawford ami Gran ville Rose were out on a visit Tuesday. Onion Sets, white, red and yel low, at Toph & Towlrh's. fe20-2t No. C came with his pathetic and po etic appeal in behalf of turnpikes too late for this paper. For Sale. 200 Bushels Black Norway Seed Oats. Apply to fc202 T. M. TOPP. ti The west wall of Mr. Malone'a house U worn right flick w here it has been "sighted" by every one that pasties. r.nndreth'8 Fuesii Garden Skf.ds nt Poi'K & Towlkh's. fe20 2 The Comptroller a report hows a de crease of $417,550 In the assessment of Giles county for 1S72 as compared with that of JS71. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS of every kind to Iks sold to Country Merchants at Nashville wholesale prices. It Sl'MFTEtt& LaCEY. TJcv. Ii. E Mullens has changed his Appointments for Trinity Church, on Indian Creek, from the second to the third Saturday and Sunday iu each month for Wie entitling year. LOOK HERE! All our Goods at...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 February 1873

BEHUT3 TIME. DT JOSr.FUINC K)LUD. KoM I on Father Tim. y ,rB Koh,K t(1 Kal j T 'l ''0"r '"Tilde straight T Tou nn.Ht be afraid that your mi-tr. or maid IU scold yon for being too late H'M1: X?",: ' 'd'U"H ! ud uwer me this : t . . ? Mother 1 ime loiter about ''i. "I'your MtiUrlMK. the best of your riches. An fut s-t you ravel them out 7 Why couldn't you atop for ao. hour or two. Aud mve uk a rliaure to take breath ? And not o at thia pace, aa if hln were a race. Aid you must be lu at the d.-atli I Those dear little miuntes are tired, I kuow. So Iour and .teady they've run ; And the secondHUcit, ,ilk Ktmi th(.jr douLIw.uk.k Are wmhinn the drill wu 'moat doue. No matter how early or late I miv toll, j ,"ttHr bw Llt;b I may climb, 2 he days will go on ereniv duties are done For I can't nt ahead uf old Time ! Then 171 not waste the moment by couutine the honra, B i. . ?ut w"rk ud ni ''lay "''I ; Hut how do I kuow hut to chaos we'd go II old Father Time ahould stand atili 7 TIME: IB WAt....

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 27 February 1873

1 3 L... .. THE CITIZEN -4 -v -w , LUUIL I If ti L. W. McCord, Proprietor. The pencil marks you see around this paragraph (thus) mean that your ab- f-mr Nunlmasl corner of thSjU&r, Up Su.irB scriptior is out or unpaid, and that you are requested to pay iij at once. We would take great pleasure in extend t TKBi i'F M'lW'HlITI(!i : T'vo )oll.r per Aunuiu, In Advance J I I . I i ' . ing credit to our friends aud patrons, ftAira en filters ma. adykhtiuino: Ax f but cash alone will pay -rjentH?s, and ftPACK. 1 juo. i mo. y mo. fl mo. 12 mo. we are. forced to adhere to a strict ossh !( nqi;ari . T. o munivit t our mjiinrHK, ... t !. f-mi In -.;. t i ti rl 1 'nl., , M:t-. air - . uu kioi rule. We hope you will comprehend nd appreciate the necessity of such a J ft) a rtt a, ... ' Oil 10 II) I) 1AI JO 00 1(1 4M1 IN 111 'I t 1., in '.At ft! 1 UJ course, and renew your subscription without delay. We solicit your favor. I : o 4M l VOLUME XV: PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, ; FEBRUARY 27, 1S73...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 27 February 1873

ii f Eli UUcn"an(l L. W. McCOPtD, Proprietor TIIURSDAT,. . .FKBUUAHY 27, 1S73. Till COTTON TAX. A Southern Woman Favor Its I'eMitiitlou for State School Funds. The eotton tax amounts in the nggre- gnte to nearly seventy williens. Of th! mm It is estimated that Tennessee Is entitled to ahout coven millions. The accomplished Estixlic Vkhsk, In a let ter to the Uanncr from Washington, thinks that Congress favors a restora tion of this tax, II a bill could bo found rn as to insure its return to the hands of producers; but legislation is retard ed by the presence of Southern loby Ists who expect to get onu-h-jlf of tte sum for obtaining the passage of the lull. She think thc.se men are a nuis ance, and ought to be ordered home. She is opposed to the Southern people Ixiing robbed to enrich these sharpers, and proposes that the w hole seven mil lion be given to the State of Tennessee a- a perpetual school fund. We think 1th her that such a hill would be of Incalculable benefit to Tennessee...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 27 February 1873

(The xhtn ami gttfjs. THI;kSI.V,. . .FEBRUARY 27, 1373. ft wm coM again Sunday, an J snowed" Monday niht. Ijaiulreth's Frksh Gardjc Pkkbs at Potk & Towlkb's. ft-20-2 .i.- . A dog thouprbt to be iiad vras shot mid killed In the t-toe of Mr. D. Laza rus last Friday. Messrs. I.ee Koseiuiu and Lovcmali have gone to New York to purchase goods. . ..- i ... r All persons ovi Ing tis for goods htust coine forward Hud settle by the 1st Monday lit March or iay the cost of tollecting. iVklls & Crow. -. i .- . Ittr. J. Lh Lew Is resigned his mcruber flilp to the Board of Aldet mcn because f the law prohibiting Federal ofliclula holding other ofilces of trust. Giles College lias been fenced In at Jant. Tho trei ara all dead that the fenna wis to protect, but more, arc bo ll)"' set out. Onion Sets, white, red and yellow, at ForE Jfc Towi.nu'a. fe23-2t The north bound freight train jumped tho track Ixdow I'ro"xxvt Saturday night, damaging nix cars, no one hurt. It delayed the passenger tra...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 27 February 1873

THE 6ATX0B. rT WOBJVSWOBTH. 1 Hi had beer; rear'd Among th monntalue, and be In his heart Wea half a slM-iiberd ou Die stormy sea. Oft lit the piping shrouds bad Leonard beard The tou.-a of waterfall and lulana aounda Of caves and tree ; and when ttie regular wind Between the tropics HI I'd thesit warty (all. And blew Willi the same bretttb for day and week 8, Lengthening tuviall.iy Ha weary hue Alouir the clundleaa main, be. In lb one hours Of tireaome indolence, would oft.iu bang Over the vessels aide, and s-sz and gaze ; And while the broad Kreen wave aid sparkling foam Kneb'd ronnd biui, iuiaw and bu wroiiKUt In union with t&' employment of bia heart, He, thua by feverish passion overcame, Kven with (lie organs of bla bodily eye, Below htm. In the bosom of the deep, Haw ruonutaiua mw the f.irms of aheep that grazed On verdant hills with dwellings among trees. And ahepherda clad In the aatue oountry gray W hich be himself bad worn. ICELAND. Pleaanrea of Travel In that Island....

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 March 1873

? i.l mm Ha auuagBBBKgees WW THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCorJ, Proprietor. i LOOK! t Ths pencil marki you nf arouo.l V.: paragrapli (thus) mean ilirit vour suli scriptior is out or-ur;-ui', iiinl tin you are roqiiesleil to my ai ct . We would take great pleasure i: cij.'ii. iag credit t.) onr r.:; 1 pa'r-.t ofite NonlniM 4:1.1 i.n '.r this Square, Vi Sttaira. Li Two Dollar rr Auntim. in Adrinrt. 1 u 1 y v-v 11 01 r..ir:s nn: advk&tihinu 1 but cash alone will &y jxiK--ns, mi-', ei- u .. I inn. -mo. s mo. tmo. itmii. w are furend to 'lhtie strict ov,1! -"s--S--1jLj.,JI One N)i4n? Two siiin nn. Three iiprn . I imii t..juiu 1- im- f. 11 . i h ln- lh!l .i I ill.... I'r.i-i ulf l"il.. I I- . ill .'. 4 1 4 in h IO In m t MO Ml 10 (l 12 Ull 1- 11. 3i l: l. 4.1 1 11 I K on 1 io 1 10 no 3i U 12 Ou ID lJ 13 ml S& -h Ol 1 U0 ll &l VU 4 (It ?i 14 . liil 14 VOLUME XV PULASKI, TENNESSEE,': THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1873. NUMBER 10. News of the Week; r nrx east. Tlii rpceiit .-.iateim-nt that Twe...

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 March 1873

r "- - ' - f Eli CC'ittecn and gxi&. L. W. McCORD, Proprietor TnunsnAY, MA FX II C, 1.373. Oar I'rojocU-cl Iluilroiuls. A public meeting a ri- r hi 11 in ruliieH burdened with interests 30 ini-jor-ant nnd weights s the one which eouilloil at the Courthouse 011 Monday Inst to consider the great Railroad sys tem which Is about to be thrust upon us. The project Is not a mere vnjjue idea, the road are not dim ini mamillary linen drann across the map, rtur have they been brought into consideration by manufactured enthusiasm or by the rehemes of uny Interested ring or clhpie. They are the natural oritgrowth of ne cessity, the Pepping of a j;rcat pro gressive a;, the jiir-secinjr and f;ir reaching enterprise which lii.kg State to State, city to city, north to south, east to west, river to river, and ocean to oc-rnn. It Is perhaps altogether acci dental tliat Pulaski and Giles county happen to be right in tiie path of these great arteries, and the center of their pulsation. Nevertheless...

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. — 6 March 1873

i UL .MARCH 0, 1873. A meeting of the Directors of tlie Pu laski and PUjjali Turnpike will bo held at the olllce of Col. S. E. Rose next Saturday. - We are sorry to learn of the very se rioim illness of Mr. Grandison "Wilson. Little hopes are entertalued of his re covery. ' Papkk Ham Sackb to keep off Hie at 2t Vo.ss' Bakery. Wanted. At this ofllee 1,(XK jonri(l3 Ji.icon Hams and 100 pounds Lard, for which the highest market price In cash vUJ he paid. The hams must be nice, dry country cured, and the lard clean and sweet. tf A Family Treasure. The happiest ami best member of a family U usually called the light of the household, besides beinjr happy and cheerful himself or herself, he or fchc makes all else happy or cheerful. The Charter Oak ia euch a treasure. New Goods. tiO Pieces Prints, fresh and new, in cluding soiuc very handsome Shepcrds' Plaids, also another supply of that lop ular Bleached Domestic, just received by J. R. C. BROWX. The Board of Aldermen last Saturday elected...

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. — 6 March 1873

i TX3CPTXD LIXE A3 WE A EE. IS BOBEBT OlCMrT. When jrtiioriii) clouds around I view, And day are dare, aud rrli.udu aro fi-tt, Un Ulru I lfB, wbo, not In vain, TmnHiioi(i tvtiry Iumbu aiu; Un aeea nit wknu, alia. uijr fear. And cuuuu Bud troeaurc up my team. ' If Btigbt Hhonld tempt my aoul to tray From hfaveuly window' narrow way, . . . To fly tivo frond I would purMue, Or do the am 1 would not do, Mill H who fult teruptatioir po-aex Mliai 1 uarU iiitj In tliat t-aiijrtiroo hoitr. If wonudod Iota my boaom awf-ll, lwoivtd by Uiom 1 prized too wt.ll, 11 aiiali hi pitying aid btjw IV bo felt on wu-tli ar-wrer woe. At cure betrayed, tlt-nir.1, or tlM, By tlioao who' al-ared his dully bread If rcxiust thoiiKl't within me rlao. And pore di-Unayed niy spirit di Mill Hfl alio oiioe vou.-b.-ar.Hi to bear Tlie Hli'lienlng auculnh cf dmpair Ntjall awivtlY aootlie. nli-tll K.ut!y dry, Tho throbbing heart, tit trt-aiiiitifr'ty. When sorrowing o'er Rome atoue I bond, Wu..b ixiVM-8 what wan tmcc ...

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 March 1873

TEE CITIZEN. L. W, McOord, Proprietor. ... -Ax Oflir? N rthrHt rorfitrof thSquvr, Cp Stftirm. TKHU Or t fc-VTHIPTIOrf - lnllra firr Auuam, In Advane, Two nuu Ot l ull . lOlt AitVUIKLsa: f ck. 1 ma. - mo, 3 mo. 6 mo. 12 mo. 'J. .V 4 " Tvo ()iiNr 1 -.it mi nr. f f--f. Itl (' 1 . ;li r-t t ..,)... itlf i I ? r. f a ; Hi I . I .-. ' I 10 '.Hi IH UU -.4 i Ul) bl ll :t ii J I HI l'l HI 2 00 H 10 ' 10 '. o 41. U 12 l. ! .VI iu 4 irn News of the Week. ' Ran Francisco Two Spaniards entered tViilard' utoro, near lloisetown, Shasta conn ty, Cahfonii.., :;J ..',.. and instantly killed a Chinama, knoclre-l down tho clerk with a re volver, rv.d robbo I lie rtore of all the money and vahitb'cs they roijtd carry. They went toward Cottonwood, mot a man on tho road, robbed hira. aud not away. They are a rem nant of tho famous Joarjiu UaritU band of ro 1cm. Chicago r-;.orta the conviction for murder cf a man aired j'2. Uis sentence iu for life. " The Kansas City and Council TMnlT Ilai) road ha been mo...

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. — 13 March 1873

ZTr fjtihrJti (CAtizxt. 7y f7 Citizen Printing Co. J .. "W. McCOIW, Editor ami Manager. 3.. 71- "M f-C'OIil"), .Wwiiito, THURSDAY. MARCH 13, IS73. - - -"onirnniont. The Potmnter General ha made r- nrnmrnt!" with Hie Signal Service Ku ffnti of the War department to trans mif fn all po.t offices that en n be reached fWn the several points of distribution daily, by mail, the weather rcporta in i?fd hy the Signal Sinlce Oflice. These notices the Postmaster are ln rncted to display publiely In their of fice, in frame supplied for the pnr pne, o tiiat all the community, agri cultural nnd commercial, may have the benefit of the information they contain. Th experience of the past year lias proved the reliability and great wrvien of these wont her rciort, nnd to the farming population nt Mile Reasons ot the year they will he exceedingly valu alI(. 'ATI Theno Shnll 1o Altlcl." Som of our friend think the turn pIVe interests of the county of more im portance than the projected railroads, of wh...

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. — 13 March 1873

Pal&sld Citizen. Ity Citizen Printing ComjKtny. L. YV. MeCOKD, Editor and Manager, L. D. McCORD, Local Editor. THURSDAY, ; MARCH, 13, 1873. A Change. On the first of March, 1S73 the Cm xks office passed into the hands of a new inn to be styled "The Citizen Pkixtixcj Company," who will carry out all contracts and pay all liabilities. The undersigned takes occasion here to thank the people of Giles for their llt oral support In the past, and asks a con tinuance of the same to the new Arm, of which he will remain a-ineuilier. L. W. McCord. To Our Patron: As above announced, the Citizkn of llce has gone into the hands of "Tiik Cit izen rKixrraa Company." The under s ined have been selected to manage its alTalrs, both editorially, financially and mechanically, and, for the present at least, there will be no change. V hope, however, to make some important improvements soon. YVe earnestly so licit the patronage and cheer of our liouio people. For the Company, L. W. McCORD, Editor and 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. — 13 March 1873

j i s- M J ' i . t ! i i - I II 4 . 1,1 i I .. I' i t : , f Blushing Explained. Men and womcu, and cppeciftllj the young, have always valued, in a high degree, their personal appearance ; anil have likewise regarded tlie cppenrnr.ee of others. The face has been the chief object of attention, though, when man ftuoriginfuly went naked, the whole unr faco of liia body would have been at .terded to. Our self-attention is excited almoBt exclusively by the opinion of . ouiers, lor no person Jiving in absolute solitude would care about his minpnr A anee. Every one feels blame mere acutely than praise. Xow, whenever we Know, or suppose that others are de preciating our personal nppan.rn.nef?, our atiantion w strongly drawn toward our solves, more especiallv to our faeea. The probable effect of thia will be to excite into activity that part of the ppii- Borium which receives the sensory nerves oi the ace ; and this will react through the vasomotor Ryxtem on tLo fucial capillaries. By frequen...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 March 1873

JUL THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. NrltiMit Krurnf th Square, Cp atelxa. Two Dollars par A.u.1 ATM ur riicM rom anvaa-naiaa: square 4 0H 1 u) . ( re a 10 ua Tbrituuimi .... 4 in l in , J. Four aqtiares .... Uu. four in C'ul. On thud 1 ol... Oll.-i lf I ol. . J". v'ul VOLUME XV. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1S73. NUMBER 1-2. i 1 a If. I II I IB Is I m x y J l 'j.'lfc-fV t IF -l.!I i IY III ill II ill' . . ' I r r 1 . - I t a Too. Tmo7i mo. ,m.. llmo - V fc ff W 'V VST Q) gg 7 j N? XT N w 10 uo is oo it uo n ( f io oi is op t. , oa I ' - . ' - Km i oo . iu uh " T - ' ' ' .. I.s fi ii i u -j m 4 uo 7 ut I a un i no i iu flu uo ixi m I Nev3 of the Week. DOWN EAST. Tlia business portion or liloBsbnrg, Pa., was burned last week. Thirty-live buibhngs, containing about forty places of business, to gether with tliu l'.a'It! hotel, wliicli comprises erly the eniiro tuiniucii portiou of the town were deMtroycil. llaiiy of the buildingD were occupied above the tirut lloor by ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 March 1873

7r ghh.'Jti (fifteen. Py the. CilUtn Prinliny Co. Tj. W. rcC"OUI, K-litor i.n.l Maimer. T,. I. McCOUD, A -wciato, THURSDAY, : MAIU'H 20, 1S73. Hon. AV. C. AVIiilllsoriic. The telegraphic report of the vote of (lie lower house orOinpw n the ir. crense of pay did not 'o justice to Mir representative. It led us to believe that ho did not oppose the measure. We are glad to conic ac ross the follow ing paragraph In the reports of the Con gressional Globe, w hkh puts altogether another faec vpoii the matter. When the roll was being called and the name of Mr. Harry wjm reached, Mr. Peane paid: "My colleague, Mr. Larry, 1 paired on this tpiest'inn w ith the gentle man from Tennessee, Mr. AVhitthorne, w ho if present would vote "no," -while my colleague w ould vote "aye". A Munificent Hequost. The following dispatch U published in the lianner of the 18th : Xkw York, March 17. Rev. Dr. l)eenn authorizes the an nouneamcnt that Conitnodore Yandcr bilt has given $50,0W to llirhop Mc Tyelre, of t...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 March 1873

PulasM Citizen. Hi Citizen Printing Company. I.. W. M. COKP, Alitor n'.i.l Manager, 1.. n. MoCOltl), t.oeal Editor. THURSDAY, ; MARCH, 20, 1873. ( The Citikx from now till Christmas i for only $1.50. The scales on the Crow corner have lx-cn moved upon the tupiare near the north feL.ee. The Ulrlzi:N- from now till Christina mid a splendid eopy of "Industries of America" Udh for $1. The book alone U worth 3.o0. ft . . ' - Tom Vllpptn ha? gone into the pave ment lm-lne-. He puts them down cheap, and sometimes for nothing. . . Fresh Flowers. A li:ndome lot of choice Hoses, tleraniunls, FUeh-ias Heliotropes and Hanging liaskots at Pearcy'a. Indies thonld call before they nrc picked over. Cnpt. J. D. Lewis, our present effl- ; ch-nt Tost Master, has been re-appoint- i ed by the President. j iusini:ss. ; All persons Indebted to lis by note or I account must come and setMe without 3 di lay, or they will find their accounts in the hands of an olllccr. AVc mean ' what wc gay. J nlC-:it P. IT....

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 March 1873

Dr., Johnson at Dinner. He waa a strange, terribla looking man, writes Lmetitii, Boothby, quite unlike the picture I had formed of him. He had a massive, nigged face, full of earns and sears, lack-luster eyes ; a capacioua mouth, wliich he contorted by whistlings and gurglings ; great, thick arms, which be could not keep "till ; and a vast person that rolled about like one who stands upon a toss ing ship. He looked sternly around the table. I met his gaze, and quailed before it. Bat socae fish being put bo fore him, he fell to it with fearful eagerness, like a starving man, cram ming great portions of it into his mouth, and chewing with such energy tbat the viens about his forehead stook out like ropes. 'Twas a'disgUHting ei . ht to see him cat. He tore, he did not cut his meat ; he mixed strange messes in hi i as - - piaie ol vinegar, butter sauce, aud claret ; and some veal being set before him, what does ho do but calls aloud for a lemon and brown sugar, with which he plentifully...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
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