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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 27 March 1873

Is THE CITIZEN. 9 IK ,1 T The pene-il maris you arjnad tLi pju-agrapit f'Jius) uvean 'th-.f your sai criptior is out or .-unpaid, -and tho; you are r qnosf-cd to raj np , cue-. We would tako great p'oa-n:: in t !u,l uj;j credit to our fricud-t and p!r 'tis." but cash ulono wiit j-r v.p nsVjt'nn.i we tre'trad to adhere t a ,Vriei''ca.s! ru'e. .We hotxi you will Ciurprc-hend and epprtciate tho necessity " cf r..ich course., and regewjrour .sr.lcr'rtion witliotit delfsy. We solicit yoitr favor. C3 We enter r.o-.-new: nr.$s- on out rttk wt.lio:t 4- ti"iirr in," t" , v?. . L. W. McOorJ, Proprietor. A oivrw Njrtbaaat corner of tbsSquara, Cp Stairs. h f - i..;' . s--:i I. '-! ' of sr wciirriuK ; T IK.liara pr An a Km, in AtvmM.. vat., u r r:i u rou iriiBTunua "" two sum. mo. ma. it ma. Otis sq.-srs.. .. 5 in 4(1, w . . (ju Slot nwi Mur ill 10 trt II ou '111- f Ultll O.I . .) ,;, (J j , 12 lU . IS uo 7 0 ta (II l Uh t.-. ir oi I, u, VOLUME XV. PULASKI, TENNE S SEE, "THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1S73...

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. — 27 March 1873

f The Juhzhi (Tilizzn. lijf thr Citizen rrintimg Co. L. 13. MirOIiIJ, TBiHSDAY. SAliai -T, i Tle LesrlIatire .A-'J'rwI ' Tarwlsr o Joe k. at 12 71 flrrm ha ?-' iV-d Cel. J tw. M- FVri.1r;jr,tf KaoTi;e. f r prinva-i-eet of Pbi'ie Iaire.ti'.a u?j-t the jrW-.l law. For the fwo week a r-viTal ir br-n prorTe-;i!r. a 3e JI?tV.;i-1 d-tirtli t J"rtifciia ni rf-iy tb-re have been tist-ty-ii conver.-.. TbeTe M BiiCifc-' .-p IteTt Ja tl r-tic a b V b i k.'U oa. I"r-f? Iotase Axill!ied. The eVas- Ia tbe pc?-.'- Uir &V:UU :3 fre x;T:t-r rr tbe 2r.r of tXL, and tb -5"t -ni be t J break c;"slJ fr e-haojr- of ce;- j We g-r: tU; fiJI Ufit of iL Tijv-'rr-? hub fvr jrooj i marSt-tent rfcnotfc, f forth io a r'.tr tiij.i.'rr, , c-f u la- m oftiiwtJiklaiJ U iJ jr or:r.jf b'w7 I Utt O'-jjt-r. Jt!t ba '. or Ur l-o-f-i t Kik it t-o--Ue, rr jM be ro U u3er tj r-rt--i-t Ccnt;i;i.!ki of lb Suu-. T) fiomor a no -r iJ nfii i i hir ia kit mixo tL mi?- j t tLkJ t'e feitate male fco -iT'rt to It, rcrijJr rM-oai...

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 March 1873

Pnlasld Citizen. By HUzvs rtiitting Comjxiuy. I.. W. McCOlin, E.lit-r and Manager, I.. D. McCOUD, Local KJitor. THURSDAY, MARCH, C7, l7o gtoal Xcxrjs. ...... The Citizk.v from now till Chrl-?tmm for only $1.50. - - - . itr Our Fighting Editor has had some work to tk thi week. He did it well. The CiriZKN from' now till ChrUtiuas and a splendid copy of "Industries f America" botli for $ The book alone U worth 3.50. ft business. All jicrsons Indebted to us by not or account uiuat come and act'le without delay, or they will find their accounts, in tlie hands of an oflloer. We mean what wo say. mlG-3t ; I 1L EZELL A JON. Esq. A. L. I'rctitisa, in the Ctimp ticllville neighborhood, issued fl tt y eijrht warrant-? one day lat week. J Itu-t-iue4 in huniueM up that way. . , lloth for 10. - We will fiirnlah tli N'ojt'ivllle Dnily Hanncr and the Citizv'n both foi $10 per annum, or the Trl-Weekly Banner and the CiTuitM hoth for $0. . - The Tennee llouae lias leen sup plied with a, magnificent I...

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 March 1873

J! i PreventaWe Diseaie. It is only now tliat ve ar beginning to rcp.lizo how vast a proportion both of our illnesses and deaths aro due to rrarcly and easily preventable causes, and the knowledge has not yet fairly Btirred us into action. It is calculated and the estimate is probably below the truth that in Great Britian 100,000 deaths annually can be traced to zymo tic diseases and epidemics, generated or propagated distinctly by foul air, de fective water, and pernicious food, to filth, noxious gases and the like, all of which originators and agencies might le extinguished or neutralized by prompt and energetic obedience to well known sanitary laws. It is needless to go into any details on so threadbare a topic. It is certain, and will not be de nied, that, for example, to take London alone, if nnwholc3ome over-crowding were prevented by an adequate supply of dwellings for the poor; and if all these dwellings wero well drained and ventilated, and f uruu.hed with an ample supply o...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 3 April 1873

THE .CITIZEN. L. W. LIcCord, Proprietor, v Orbes Kurthsaat euraorof t&aSqaars, Cp Stairs. r rin cuwcinriovi . Tto Dollar psr Annum, ia IdTtnti. sr-Ai.-a. ' i iao. mo. 4 m, ls u). us .'ir- (ti t(tcQ m a 10 c' ii acinars 4 l Tlire sriuanis.... Four iniuarew...'... ODS-ftll Itl t'ol.. nnfr tblrd I'ol..., OhS-l tf Ol (Jul voiii, .... in U t 10 Jll t IS l Ss W in in (o a to It uu i (0 W 0: 10 no IK It) 11 OS li no O) 1 00 , CI) to , SV , JJO News of tho ,Week. ;,,.;; DO wx- EAST. ------" Ths '(' of .Ph'ni'pa, .DiJf."'cS!.haa leon Busily settled ou the pavmeut pf S272,00Q. A stateiusut is published based on infor mation derived from a Tombs' official, that Fufcter took poison the nif?ht eefore the elec tion. Abont 8 o'clock yesterday rnorfjiriff,' the matron of tlis Torabs fonnd Potor nirk, iJ in explanation In) thoiTfcTiiiitteiT Lo HI iakou poiHOii. The mn' ' TiDptinil iij 4vory way oohnrml "Fnppiri rtiH. Tin7 thi ftoaortprtbj Sheriff hantcuad . the exoiyijar(uid while many belieVM 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. — 3 April 1873

ihc jJuhishi (Tifizcn. J -if iht. Citizen I'rinlitiy Co. I.. W. MpCOUD, KJitoratnl Munager. I J. McCOUD, Ataocinte, THUPwSDAY, : . APRIL, 3, 1873. A Cyclone juiced over and nearly de troyel the town of Canton, Miss., last Tuesday night. General Fremont baa been sentenced t. Ave years Imprisonment by a French court, for allege 1 fraudulent bond transactions in connection with the Memphis imd EI Taw Railroad. David r. Porter, a well-known citi zen of Nashville, of tlie houe of Dts inukes, Wool wine & Co., was instantly Killed Thursday by a lak thrown carelessly from the top of the Souhern Methodist Publishing House by a work man named Jack Barthcll. Terrible Cyclone at Franklin. A terrible cyclone parsed over Frank lin at 6:40 a. m. Tuesday morning last, Lifting about fifteen minutes. Grout damage u done to buildings but no live were lost. ,The rinjf of tlie court house and tlie roof and tower of tho new M.-tbodlst Church were blown away. Many private residences and stores were aI...

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

FalasM Citizen. By Cttlxen rrinting Company. t W. McCOIU, Editor and Manager, I D. McCORD, Local Editor. THURSDAY. : : APRIL 3, 1873. go Religious Service. Rev. A. Van Hoose will preach at Antoinette Hall the second and fourth Sundays In each month, beginning on Sunday 13th iast. . The public are invi ted to attend. The CiriZKJS from now till Christmas and splendid copy of "Industries of America" both for ft. The book alone is worth $3.50. ft Stealing: Bacon. A negro named Ben. McDonald, liv ing on the farm of Mr. John Phillips, was arrested and lodged In jail at this place last Monday by B. II. I'eden, act ing tspecial deputy Sheriff, for stealing a sack of bacon from the smoke house of Mr. E. M. Shadden. The meat was re covered. He will be tried next Satur day momlng. BUSINESS. All persons Indebted to us by note or account must come and setMe without delay, or they will find their accounts in the hands of an olllcer. We mean what we say. ui!6-3t P. II. EZELL & SON. ''O wa'd so...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 3 April 1873

Prairia-Doff Townj. - One of the peculiarities of onr f rienJ, the marmot, is that be likes company, and in the middle of the prairie forms U extensive settlement. Sometimes there are hundreds of families in one of these, and there is nothing among the beasts which reminds one more of a town. Each long-whiskered marmot has his own house where he lives with his mate ; a couple as domestic and proper as one could wish to see. If you he in the grass quite still, some distance away, you can hardlv help lanchincr at the ridiculous mimio they make of their betters. They visit and return airain One sits sedately upon Lis hinder legs, nibbling an especially nice bulb, and flinging the bad pieces away with par ticularly impatient and spiteful gesture. Another oomes, and sits himself down, and begins to investigate the distant end of what his neighbor is eating. Then they quarrel. Yoii can hear them com plaining a long way off. By and by, of course, on ot them gets it all. They are always vis...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 10 April 1873

A' 0 ' A, f A LOOII! Tbs paneil marks you bos around this parasm;h (tLus) mean th.t your bnb-na-ipiiur i out or .unpaid, and that you srs requested to pay up. at. onoe. We would take grent pleasure in eiirud in.y e'.tnlit to our frieuda . ati.l pir.-na, 'out cash aions will puy ei;)ii;a5l anJ we ara forced to adhwro to a strict ouaii rule. We hope you will comprehend ami appreciate tho necessity of such a sxmrse, and renew yoivr subscription without delay. We solicit your iavor. C2" We enter no new names on out nooks without th money in 1T a. - L. W. JlcCord, Proprietor. A 'A v CHlea Norikaaat earner of taieSqaara, Up Stair. i 1 tinui if tuiuuitfmoif : Two Dollar per Innam, iu a - - r i ita u ioi iiiTuciuisa: PACE. 1 mo. 1 mo. m. I m. II ami Or.. Ktuart . f 2 g a 4 ( iK fluu 1 y a.fu:ir .... 4 ui bu f w law I iimi" w iiitrm,,,, kunr ijunrwi ui r. ui Hi Col.. One-1 hird ( ol l,-., ..if , Ui 0 uu t 14 10 uu 1 av II a u lu w 14 u It 'II U 5s ua 4 W IK IB VOLUME XV. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 10 April 1873

7"rr $'l'?TK?:t Cfiilv! I'y the C'it'nea Printing Co. 1a. TV. McCORl), Y.ixu.t kcJ Munnjfcr. THURSDAY, APRIL, 10, 1873. The School Tux. The Knox County Court on Monday last nnanimoiihly levied u tax of one mill on property, one dollar on polls and ten per cent, on privileges fur school purjx'Mitj. Tld insures seven month sthotdlnK per annum for every child in the county. Tims Knox takes the lend. What county will be first to follow suit? TIID, LOGIC OF FIUUXSJV). llallronds With ihc Monopoly Left oir. How Olios County can Make Money hy liuilUlnj; Tlieui. Jin. Km tor: I propose, through your valuable journal, to submit a .state ment of fuel for the consideration of tlio peoplo of Giles couuty wiili lefer encu to the piooscd railroad enter prises now boiii;! canvassed by norae of our citlz"ii-. Tiiis ystem or peries of railroads contemplate a construction of tlio Olito and Cumberland Itailroad from the uorih-cti-t corner of the coun ty to the w.uth-west corner, thence to Florence, Ala...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 10 April 1873

If J7y Citlrcn rHutlny Company. I V. McCOKD, Islltor and Manager, I,. D. Mt COKO, Local Editor. THURSDAY, .. : APRIL 10, 1S73. The lawls and town lots of Giles County nrc valued sit ,500,000. - Ai-kxandkk Kid Gloves at a Fair at (tf ) liO.SKNAU & LoVKMAS's. On account of mckuess, Gen. II. I. Is'eely wa not present at the Conven tion Monday. A Btore house belonpinjj to Mr. Boyd 31. Young wus slightly injured by the tornado last week. C.ipt. Jolin C. Lester was elected City Attorney by the Board of Aldermen lust Saturday. Our Interests will not EuiTcr in his hands. Heed."! Seeds! German Millet and Hungarian Grass Seeds for sale Ht Ci.akk A Uohk'h. Tho fishing fe a ion has commenced. Eev. Mr. Hughes and Mr. Jno. D. Mil lar caught a very fine string at Vale H'ilU last Friday. Oaken & Milh-r have just received a very tine Jot of new Furniture. Ladies are Invited to call and see our extra l'nrlor and Bedroom Sets. Bethel. Mrt. Editor: I hasten to Inform vour r?ader that one of our...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 10 April 1873

ctjuiotjs and scientific. A Table rpoonttl of quicksilver was lately found in am old grave in York County, rennnylvania. It is supposed to have been buried there iu tho bhape of calomel vitbia tlio patient. Ia old times, tho doctors Roroetinios adminiu tered pure mercury as a mediciuo ; a more common form of mercurial admin istration -wan the blue maws. Either of . those prescriptions would account for the presence of quicksilver; but dosing with calomel would not. 3Ja.NETic DisxuitBANCE. A contri- . butor to nature, in an article on "Mag netic Storms in Higher Latitudes," in which, however, he strangely confounds the above with electric earth-currents, states that in October, 1841, magnetic distur bance (electric earth-currents' of . . tiuch intensity prevailed that the V.Xf-tfir I . . t i i-i I uicDo uaui uwujucu. biiift'Q mm- I iitcs by the needles of the telegraph be ing deflected so powerfully that it was impoBailile to ascertain if the road was clear. A- tarty of American scie...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 17 April 1873

THE CITIZEN, LOOK! L. W. MoCord, Proprietor. The pencil marks you see sronnd this) p:irurtiph (thu&) mean thai your siib scriptior is out or unpaid, aud that yon are request;-! to pay vj at onca. We would take gro.it pleasure in exU-niV ins credit t. tmr fricu.la and utron. ft to : Offloa NorLheaM enruaruf the gqnare. Up Stain. ! 1 . ' i I Tvru Dollar Mr luw, la Airi . BATK9 0 rUCU TO ABVaSTUIMt . .. h but ea.sh aJou will pay expnsts, lui t I mo,, t mo. s mo. m. . 13 aw. we are forced to adhere to a strict eash rule. We hope you will comprehend anJ appreciate the necessity of' such a eonrse, and renew your f..cnrition without delny. Wc solicit your favor. Sir We enter v.o now mimes on our books without rbe n'iri"V in sj , . VOLUME XV. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1873. NUMBER 16. ' f o lit 60VW On. aqiiare I 2 10 f4 t It S 0 1 M Te mur.- 4 (jo . i . m looO U S Three aq.-awa. .. iu ,i io uu lieu u ad Kwr m ' ra s k Io ijw IA tu 0 im f i. -i (' I. I'l in i.r, ,n j io o ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 17 April 1873

a I iaKSg::a5JfHar'''"iiQgifcB t " i g";r rfhih.r;hi (ilizcn. Ty the Citizen Printing Co. X. "W. :M.iXlIiI, KihU.r aiwl ilauajer. I.. 1. SIt COHl), As-sm-l .tc, THURSDAY, : .APRIL, 17, 1S73. 'Die thick rat fiiow stem of ilic sea-, on occurred In Boston li-t Saturday. ' The rroicfXTJrlinnr Younjr is-the -;il Il rild correrondcnt lrom Salt LueCity. One ilnr l:ir week tl e X. Y. J-riM recelvrd :," ,UX) la k-au fur advertising in oue iesuo. - . A tastily printed card from Pr. V. lilt-, of the Lehunon IhraU, vniind u that the next meeting oftheTenne- mc Prea Amw.:iMoii will convene at Lebanon on tiro 8:h proximo. The Cir- i.-jn w ill be represented. . i . ' Indian Treachery. sTf-.e Modoo Indians at the Lava Ecl Inveigled . Gen. Ciuiby and tlie Peace ConunUiciiers into a cou.'eruticc" out ,I.lo of tbe line on the 11th, ami then fell upon theui ami slaughtered them. Only -two escaped. Gen. Canby was idiot dead by Oipt JackCl.ief 'of the Modoc. The Union and Anic-rieiin savg: A railway to c...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 17 April 1873

Pniaski Cihnen. liy Citizen rrintiug Company. I,. XT, M0COT.D, Itlitor and Manager, I,. D-UcCOU!), Local Editor. THURSDAY, : APRIL 17, 1S73. T ....... o1 Flue Violin. One of Frank O. McCokbV celebra ted Vioi.ix for fate cheap. Apiy at once at tliUolliee. .... -. tf The Knig!it3 ot- rytliiss .received tUcir luuicUomu reulia last week. " Trade has fallen off to about., in' Pulaski. ; .: . ALEXAXL.KG Kid Grorm nt f 1 a Tnir1 at (tf) JJBKNAO A LoVKMiX'd. Lent U over And the butcher shop aain opened. - - , . . Circuit Court adjourned last Saturday. Tlie docket was pretty'iweH cleared ujv Mr. II. Tilts Brown was In the city Monday, ' ' " ":- " y't, SELL' old papers ht this office and tleu't r.fVE them away. - - . ' :" . Kant Hill road is bein worked nnder tho eflhlent overecrxhfp of, ,Mr. (yr. Llayiilo Hose. Flnlcy & Moore have commenced the excavation of the cellar of their new house. We understand that Mr. Crow intends taking down tho wall of his new house and rebuilding it. ' Our p...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 17 April 1873

lOT- Tha Helal.on it-.veea Art and Morality, whatever elw it nrnv he, is miiairnary of the .-,., by wloh hn.naa livings znsy reach their highest d--velop-meat; and the highest rtft wiwn the ernotion of ihe man whose faculties are most completely itwclnpH ; or, in other words, a thnronghly healthy state of mind is the condition of being either a gr4 saint or a great p.vt EcoepMorns to the rule may indeed Iv ,4ily jng 0td - bit the eneml principle seema to be uudem.dle. Thus, for exiamnle, tli martviou achievements of Crri-k senhnuro unply a date of tiling;, in j Which physical lieauty of tlm highest orderwa frequently to he seen atid sa Vely appreciated. But A perfect phv sioal devobipnicrit cAiin.tf .-rUt without a high etandard' iu oim, though not of oonrfi the hitfliets,, denarttaeTit of mor ality.. If Hlionli lieivirno predomi nantly 3niihl, the type rpTiroseut.l in it pict.ieo and statue wonld .iievit,.bly lwwirn. degraded. Bodily temooTrinoe and activity are necessary to produc...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 24 April 1873

TEE CITISEH. L. TTVIIcCcaI, Proprieto: OCit No; w i col 'i-rof iheflyjar. Up St.rt. Tv DoHar -r Annum, tit Alrucc, ::. 2 '. 3 mo. A mo, jJ nio. OllB fcij'.aiit...,... If 'i'w o mjiiun 1 Tnrv M''HiiH,,. 1 Kohi nj.jwie-.... . t 1 inr'f ui lii Ct ! 3') Onr-ib nt l t.l, .. l i Ull, Mil t 4li .. . 1 . t n nt 91014 1 9 10 i 1 . .9 i '0 It) L 14) 3&o Of .. TTevrf of thy 7Y-.ek. Spools dealers nre cotnplaiuing f the United States Mltitfj-r duliyi: ;; t:,e i-,ue of new silver eoins. The tiflU'islu Mate that the new dies are not rca ly in 1 they cannot ibiio ooiua from the u'.d oiigh. A jiOt.tofli.ju Uha ji!r.t Ix-en established at Jauiestou, W., for the tlit time, although Jameni'ui wa t!.e irit jilare ever aottleil on thtH OMt'lUtlllt. - The S'3 ti'l f'oimtrol! .r, has deei-lel that a leertcr, evmi tV'i0u ha receive a:i huuo;-. able drMia'-gA finally, cannot re"eive bounty. Tbs h i-.f Tllei'll hank iliat robbed 1 snt week whi'G iu of!5:tiul were I.xtk ing at tun (rc E.4le.u cirju parade...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 24 April 1873

th Citizen rrintlnj Co. T... "W. McCOKD, E('li--r ami Jl.n.icr. i.. r. :,iocoiu), AnKK-Kf.f, T Si L' USD AY, : . APRIL, 24,1S73. The Farmers mid tbe Kall roadn The Cur'er-J"Krni? rays the onlcr of the Patron of UushanJry ia the first rcncral organization of farmers for the lirH.. of modifjii-.g facial point of legislation ever stilted in tl.l- country. Ic W aid that the movement hiul its ori gin In Iowa, iu consequence of the op position wade by tbe large manufac turer, of farming' Implement, such an reapers tlireMiera and cultivator, to the co-operative cJul formed by the fanner la tome localities for the pur chase of these implements itt wholesale prices and on belter terms than they could buy them neparately from the lo cal Hents of the manufacturer. The farmer were naturally anxious to aave the profit, on eouie articles very larjre, which they had been paj In;; to the iniddl;-meii, be.siJe tho profit which was made by U uianufacliircrs. The ft-.hU rehclled raint this coinbina-ti...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 24 April 1873

nil PrJc.sfci Citizen. Jt Citizen Printing Compuuy. I,. IV. McCt)i:U, Editor niiJ Manager, I,. 1). McCOItI, Jxii-al HditvV. THURSDAY, : APRIL 2-1, 1S73. goal Jnr$. Flow kit Yxsra Cheap at Wiswiirt. Pumpter A Iiucy'a soda fount blleth. , Cov. I'.rown ami lady cavno down from Xns'jvlUe-Saturday nlht. Mr. lion O Epperson tiau been in the city several days. - Iv. TT. Mitchell will preach the fu neral of Rev. C. P. IJecd at Mt. Morlah the 3d Sunday hi June. Xew and Handsome Shades of Spiln"; Japanese fcllks Just received by It KOSESAU A EOVKMAV. A valuable mule belonging to Mr. Buries died with the colic while in town last Tuesday. . Cliarlie J!ell has severed his connec tion with the home of Spice & Krown, at lteynold, and is now In the city. Col. A. Cox will bo retained some forty daya at Nashville at the Federal Court. Mr. Hurry JlcCord, wlio has been for some time In Denver, Col., will return about the first of next mouth. Faxct and ToiLiiT Coons ut reduced prices at 'VV'issiup's...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 24 April 1873

What la Ed-iction? I won lil EDako men inJ womrn dis contented, with a divine anil wholesome discontent, at their own physical frame, and that of their children. I would ac custom their eyes to those precious heir looma of the Lumen raee, the statues of the old Greeks ; to their tender gran deur, their ch&sta healtlifuliiess, their unconscious, lecaufe perfect, might ; and say There ; those ore tokens to yon, and to all generations" yet unborn, of "what limn could beonct; of what lie can be again if he will obey thos.i laws of nature which are the voice of Clod. I would make them discontented with the ng'irx HH of tluir dwellings ; I would make the mn dirtO'iuteutid with the fashion of their garments, ami utill mon just now the women, of all ranks, with the fashion of theirs"; and with every thing around them which they have the power of improving, if it be at all u 1 gracrful, sujiernuous, tawdry", ridicu lous, unwholesome. I would make them discontented with whut they o il the...

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