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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 1 May 1873

THE CITIZEN L. W. MoCard, Proprietor. Othea uriaaf frii of tlM BtpikH, X7p iaaa luiauunna: Twn DoUara r Anntara, Im IrtiaM c t iota om ututuiii : I mo. 1 no. no. it a. U ".'... S 3 SO a , a a J"""- (CO r 10 aa t uii 'jira ..... in-.- fi lU Cel. Oue ib id .!.. '.m . t If (c .... o.,i '!.,. In nd is aa U0 10 00 Hfti 16 00 lv iu la ut 'JO w ' D IIW KM 'j as hi m w m 30 iu j DM 0 4 ( 7S (a ITews of the Week, 'DOWN EAST. (SeorgA II. Kmart, of the lioar of Peace OommiHt-ioiifTH, nay the murderers of Gener al Caiil-y nul j.arty wiU he properly puuialied bnt tlie act of Oapt. Jack will not alter the policy of the Hotrd. The Whito Star agent have agreed to pay ' $50 for occry rabin Ixxiy recovered, and 20 " for ovf'ry eU c a'O. The t,'Xtt:iijou of tlie .New Jersey Southern JUmlruail expected to bo complete- Ly the fiiht of July, an, I will practically iu:ko a new trunk line to tho Wont, extending from St. Louii to New York by nieaiia of connection with tho Baltimore and Ohio Road near Halti-...

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. — 1 May 1873

5 - i I : n i Ml; : i J t i rhc " ihihtrM tfitizr.t. .'.' Citizen- 1't tilling Co. I'. ".". MiCOKIJ, i:..iior ar.J V.-.u.ivcr. J.. 1. tcfOJU), ol:.to. TiiniSDAV, MAY 1, A Itloorty Day. f?oiiic of Gen. Ciil'-ni'ji troiv5 math' a ret-oir.iuinuuce ill li'int uf Capt. .';irli' pe!'.lo. iii the Lav !;cd on the U'lth were JuvelgVvl I'.ito'a trip t-lnjuhtcn-J liy the Modot: warriors. Nln.-tt'cti were killed, it i-l i I i i iff several ot'loers, and ft number wounded. The Indiana were at no time. i-dble. r,vi:M!:i:.s ayill xccad. Ijav X" n r ii r s SIirovi'.ncKs Kuoiiyh to Perfect and Con solidate their OranH? Advantage: of Co-Operative Action History of the Orgauiz.'itloua. The rap!! ini-ivrt-t: 1n numbers,, and the hsi reading prominence mid hit'.ii-i-nce of ilie order of i'uti-oriii of iliw b iiidry, have excited no lil tie interest in the lii-t-irj of tin orkjii mid prog i. ?s of tli it Influential organization, as flvon by the St. Inis Jlc.fu'tliruu. The Men was originally 1iito ved fr...

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. — 1 May 1873

L I,. v. 51 ft )!::, r::'.;i(.r hmi ranar, I., r. Mecoin, l.n-.: i: fitor. Tin: US DAY, MAY i, 1S73. Fl'V r i oral Th town clock bii-ine lias aliit fiulen tlirou'li. Xnt more than half i-non'i money was subscribed, V.ev. T. F. B:it-s, of the McMinnville lrcbj tery, Ucxpeeteil to nrcaoli at Mt. Muriah nest SnnJay. If you want Boots nn.l Shoes at inan i(;i'.'turere' i'l-iees, call lit Kosknai: & l-ovtMAN'rt. mayl tf M.ij. UiekliiMMi ot well of all those nfllietlonsjiorelnbi'forrj ini'ii'luiii'il, but iias another "Ule," coining;. AVe mnleitaml that Muj. II. C Bate lias fold the Lawrence Journal to A. II. M alone, formerly of this il.ice. Fine Violin. OneofFiwxKO. McConn'H cidebra tel Vigi.ixs for sale cheaii. Airily at once at this office. tf Wo. have heard per-ons who have ex amined say that the peaehes are all killed. The recent cold fp-ll 1 11 great damage to youn j garden stuff also. Tiio report tint several d which lnul iK'cn bitten by (lift Vv; that bit Mr. Hobb had run mad ...

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. — 1 May 1873

i , I I i ehighau youxg. What hm las t ay lur blm'elf A rail , an Inttresims; tatena. Fai T Laxs Cm, Ctah, 1871. T Editor tf Ik Herald : Tonr telegram is received. I thank you for the privile ge of representing fact 8 as they are. I will furnish them gladly at any time tou make the re quest. For over forty, year I have serre l my people laboring incessantly, and ara now 72 yeara of age and I ceed relaxation, lly resignation aa trustee in trust for the charcli, as president of Zion'a Coperativ mercantile institu tion and of the Deseret national bank, are made solely from etrular carea ai.il re sponsibilities, and not nffcct my posi tion a president of the church. In that capacity I shall still exereiae supervis ion over business, ecclesiastical and sec ular, leaving the minutia to yonnger men. Oar institutions are. we1! ejtab ihed and competent to auecevd me, and my own investments remair as thej weie. II. S. Elilrilge is now president of the mercantile institution, lie la a merchant...

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. — 8 May 1873

THE CITIZEN. i Gil z-j uty.z:! If ii .!'!. i ii I LC Th pencil marks yen s around tki-i pttrarraph (thutl ifieu tbat your suV-inrt-Ujtii'-a out w mf.pai-d... ftiul tba. yoa 31 ri.iiues.ed t . jisy. . tq it oaoc. We would Ukke gr.'at j lti'.u:e in extvnd ii3 eredit to uir frinnda jd rsstr .n,-.. but-.'ah aica -will pv tieitet. nvA w'e aro frret f to adher to' a stri casa rul. We hope you "ill ompreheati and appreciate the neeity of uch r. course, end- renew - yonr subscription without delny. W aoueis your favor. We enter eo rtw asm on our ieooka wit'liont the monev in 8 d-i ee. 4 ;A :i I 7 .. A ) , . T 1 !.-f XTT'.i s .7 I- i . i ti v,J t.d J. :.. i -t i'? .? e !! . '! 1( nil To .t: a : :;tBiBEii;:i9.;:3r n iCxs ihajo vir ' f J M U W $ I. : -' ' k. - : - v-.: -: J . . t . J S I I .off : ! ! j H - 1 V? -7' f f f i I. t ' -v., . V' --. ! t .- i-a.k. j ;sD. tzna. m ' ' 1 v.. s I fc' 77 77 T '.XT Ji ,N7 .LU. ' S. -xT N7 - e i ' i ' ,t . : . f f ts 12 i3S VOLUME XV. , i n.f. V TTews ofthe...

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. — 8 May 1873

iTisc iJuftishi (Citizen. Py tfie Citizen Printing Co. X. W. McCOIlI), Wit-ir ud MiMffor. I.. 1. cCOItD, Awocliite, THURSDAY, :.. ;, MAY 8, 1873. Chief JiiHtlce Salmon 1. Chase was etnick with paralysU In New York lust Monday nntl is ly ing dangerously 111. . 1he business portion f Trenton, La., whs destroyed by fire Tuesday. Iams $:oo,goo. Comptroller Iiobtm has resigned, and Col John C. Lurch, alitor of llio I'uOu ttti'l Auwricvn, lias been npoiiited by tbc Governor U liU bU place. . .Fancy Costume Hop. Ou tbc evening of tbc 1Kb ln.-t. there will L a Faucy Costume Hop nt the NiKon Hou.-e, Columbia, for the benefit of Hit! Public Library. Person m;iy attend in costume or not, as they pleaae. Wc hope Pulaski will be represented by both exes. The cause of the Modoc war lias leaked out. The man who invented the pill that was to act the ocean on fire was killed and tho pill lost in the lava beds. Uncle Sum sent out a de tachinent of trooia to find It, but Capt. Jack claimed it and gave...

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. — 8 May 1873

PuIasM Citizen. Jjtf Citizen rt-iuting Company. 1 w. Met'OllD, rJitof and Manager, L. T. Met'OItl, Loral Editor. TUCKS DAY. : : MAY 8, 1873. Three fine sets of China at Cost. ItilLFH & Mouton. Five harrel good SO proof W1ilky at T)3 cent. " BotdM. Yovko. Ornnment your rooms. Bohemian Toilet Sets, Fancy China Goods, etc., at cost Tor Cash at Wixsnir8. Qiiecuswarc nt Cost, AVe have a large t-tock f Qui-eiisware Which we will sell at Cost. . ... . k(i.hi tt Mouton. Fifty liarrels Prime Corn, sacked, for aaleliy Boyd M. Yoi mj at $3.75 per barrel. Next door to Tin Shop. IVooJcn and Irou pumps, the very bet patterns, ami cheap, at IJOLFH & MOHTOX'S. 2,000 jtoiimJ.s good New Orleans Su gar for a:ile at 10 cents or less. "Skit IJook to Tin Shop. Qtir Queenwaro will be sold at Cost. We mean what we say. Uoi.fs A Mortox. JSacon. 437,233 ponnds of Bacon wanted for Jah (10,J4 rents cash) at 1'oyd M. Young's. Notice. All persons who arw indebted to me M ill plcaso Ciill and settle at on...

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. — 8 May 1873

SOU"-1 Arab "Women. I have only yet alluded slightly to that which makes one of the great charms of Algiers. I mean the pic turesqwencss and variety of the cos tumi'B, enpeciiilly in the old. town. At first it w3 iiiipopsiblfi to diRtlntiish the different nationalities of the vrenr crs. But by decrees ve learned to tell them almoHl nt firt'tf'ght. The ' tnost pieture.oqne are tho Arabs par est simple, -with tln-Lr tall, erect figures, etrtLijfht futtrtres, magnificent carriage, and dark eyes. There is one peculiarity about them, and that is that they always have their heada covered, the white head-dress or cupota'of their burnouses being bound ronhd the head with a thick cord of camel's hair wound round six or seven times. Their , wives are shrouded from head to foot in wliite Laiks imtl burnous, tht only sign.1 of difference of rank being shown in the exceeding fineness of the stuff worn by the ladies, which covers them complete ly, only one eye being allowed to be ehown. These poo...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 8 May 1873

as-" as" I ! , s. TENNESSEE POESS ISSOCHTIOil! Tb Meeting; Lebsaou. Hospitable Keeeptioa Mpelie by E. 1. Beard, Eaq., MaJ. Kirby. Mr. Grtmtb, Col. Uolladay and Others. Lkuanox, May 7 To-day the mem b;rs of tho Association convened in the city of Nashville, where they were met by K L. C. White, secretary of the Aisccia lion, and Mayor titration, of Lebanon, for the purpose of beiug escorted to Lebanon, wbere the seoii-antiual session was to be held. At 4 p. m., the party embarked on the Tennessee and Pacllic road, and afn-r a pleasant run of two hours reached their destination. While en route, each member was provided with the following calendar: Gentlemen of the Pre: The subjoined memo randa, concerning the approaching session of the Tennessee 1'ress Association, ate submitted for Tour iuforinatioii: Wkokksdav, Mir 7, 6:00 p. u Arrival at Ilauoii. You will be convoyed from the depot to the ollicu of the Herald, wnere you will be as signed to different citixous lor entertainment duri...

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. — 15 May 1873

THB CITIZEN. L. W. McCcrd, Propristor. OOloe Xortheaet corner c th Square, Up BtaLre. thicm ur McsACKiruoN: Two Dollure per Auumiif lit A4vmti tu o rnjck ron asitkbtuiko; cic. 1 mo. S mo. t inn. e mo. It i C equnre .. (11 I ( in I 1 tie (MM kijUrM m UJ Clu ie) JO L l 1 hfM KjftkrM.., 1" UU 12 'O J ro 'Jf ti) 11 ee in e i oa ce ft. ut rear equate-. ,.. Uus-fourta C4i Ou-liatf olt. Otitf-nrur Iaii On iW. il m . . 'i Id UU It lit lb 0.) Ml ITctcs of the Week. : DOWX EAST. A pp':!iil UtHpatcu from Providenco 8ivs llio mill oiJfcrativort throughout lihode Isl&uJ let etriko fur 10 hour' work by day or CO ier Hietk. Tha niovfimeut U opntrollod by the 'Ihoilo Island himieli of the Nuw England Tea Hour Anooclitlioii, niiubring nearly 30,- CO niemborn. 'J lie time- tabid adopted by t'ao organization provide for cfimtueiicing work tt C:80 A. t.; allows 45 minutes for dinner, mid stoppluK ruoeliliiriv at C i. sr., the first flvo days of tho wook, and clewing work Satur days at 12:45 p. M. 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. — 15 May 1873

; ::hr!ii (Citizen. 4 ' . By the Citizen Tilnllteg Co. 1m W. Mi COHD, Editor and Manager. X... 33. McCOllIJ.Awociatp, TUUIISDAY, HAY 15, 1S73. The death of Chief Justice Cham! is a ad ealatii'-ty to the nation. . Capt. Hall's Arctic expedition lias come to grief. Hall himself is dead in d lils crew scattered. lie v. J. M. P. Otts, of Columbia, has iccepted a call from a Prehj terlan Church at Vllmin;rton, Del. Cnrt .TtL Thua flml thn T.nvn Ttiil.i ve are not now so unea.-y ior me naieiy of the U. S. army. Capt. W. It. Garrett has our thanks for a pamphlet copy of tlio late achool law. Hon. Henry S. Foote has Just re turned from California. We were in hope that Foote would get mired up out there. The recent session of the Alabama Legislature cost tliat State fl,194 per day, and did tlio State about 1.84 worth of curvice. The Modoc ravages again found our army on the 12th Inst., surprised, mur dered and scalped a half dozen or so of the Innocent, unprotected -fellows. Something must b...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 15 May 1873

SuIuhU Citizen, ry Citizen rriittiritf t'ompany. T.. XV. McCOKn, Editor and Manager, I D. Mc-COni), Local Editor. THURSDAY, I MAY 13, 1S73. Three flue sola of China at Cost. Rom's & Morton. t - . . The ptc-nlc at Elkton la?t Friday Went off finely. A Very Interesting roinmiirdcatioii Irotn a lulaskt attend ant did not get in Irt time for this paper. nil-. UK i ii AXOTIIF.H of Fran McCoRb's fine "Violins. Cheaper and better than the tjther. Apply early at this office. i Mr. It. CiWmhaa a new curd in this paper. Hi huiisC is getting to be ViUe popla?' He deserve patronage Mi efifcrs etioh inducements a will eo Wirt It. to eee hrA nf M. Albert itohcrts, Of the Nashville Unrnier H entitled to credit aa the u thor cf "Captniti. Jack of ihe Lava lUed' s published by us lust week, i Jxft, between Ttdaekl and Spencer Fogg's, nn opcii-faccd gold watch. The Hudcr will be rewarded by leaving it at the Citizkn office. It J. R. C. Brown's column presents new attractions tlds week, to w hich ...

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. — 15 May 1873

Locion Journalism. It tennis to mo in. ia eomprelienaive-nes-i, conci-?oo5s, "enap," vigor and variety, the English press is far behind that of Afiiciica. An Eiiglibh editorial mast be long. J Yerlxwity is deemed a Yirtas. It mnst repeat itself. It must meander among sentences, twisted, con torted, end unacoudaish in proportion, cramz.ied with " wherefores," "there fores," "wLerebyH,' the ideas and conclusions iudiiitinctly connected. Tlio rRular London editorial ia a rord Trildernes.?. You r.re fitart-! on a road lroad end plain enough, and then con tinually led off iuto blind trails of verbiage and repetition, and left to jrrope your way out ngain an best you may. The English press dreads triviality. A few police reports are given, also drawn np in cumbersome army of worda. Paragraphing is almost unknown. The columns of minor brevities, jottings, biU of news, personalities, bits of humor, editorials, "cenang reports and essays bo;lvd down to a sentence ; that ialtiiortcopio raa.H3...

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. — 22 May 1873

wajniDi3liiiii. ijumnajjiiBii hi imi.iii L. T7. UcCcri, Fwpruicr. ni Kitciiniat: Two riUir r Auuunt. la lilat, i a. ras r riucM ea Aorim tmm ; ; "" i ni iiiiiMi).i.iiiii . hi.. I. 1 i i 1 ! i r i ! ;- i e.v..t 1-. 1. v.v i--' C trt rtt I;;:.-. We ! .;:"'. MtH-, k. V. . i r. r Y.'- e: 1. K :.l "i r o turn. S:nu. 1 mo. n.a. IS V o. iu ties t ( M MM T w o .. CU "i . Hf MMV - .1U 1 . 1, M 1, , fc, ... t '; OJ I? 1,1 2 4 oe-f aita Ut ! a li i) u - at m J o-...f oi.... i m i r (J. .. a , . M w- . ITcv.'s of tLo Week. )o;;iv .it .sr. XUe I term of the. 8uriYja Court has KiTut a tlroif o'ui JuuyU-g the motiou of a new trial tu tbe ca c f StoWo. The prisouer rcivij .L. :n,.v , r the re.'ui-ii fir a new trial wi.li iinLJfi-Oh.-, ri.-rely Hayiug to hi in'.Ler, who waj tii'.h lii;a, T'loy Lava dctu'o4 nia a new trial; Hit cua no t-i to the Court of Ain-'ea'.," SUcrwan tit cuuveixatloa with Seintof Cx'FCrTy cot only ex;ro.-e.l Ms ofi-jutou that there need be tn itpnreheii-iiou of a general India...

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. — 22 May 1873

(The pnhizhi (Titizcn. I if the i'ltixm rrintitiff Co. T.. "W". c 'OHI), Kililorat.il M.maor. I.. I"). Mi-C'OItl), Amm i:it.. TIICIISDAY, MAY 22, 1S73. Cel. II. A. Pin-on, a prominent mer- i hiuit if .McmjjIii'S :uid u csiv:dry otllcer in llit l.ttc Confederacy, died of dyben- tery on Suturd.-iy. . . Gov. Ilrowii v ;u in Atlanta on Tues day at the Convention of Governors, w ho met to promote the Great Western C'unnl project. T!pKrt from all sections ar unfavor al le lor tli coliuii crops, uttrihtitahle. in diil'crciit localiiii'X to Viirioim canses, ;) it'll Sta backward piinir, continued raiiia, fror.t, caterpillars, etc. The grnsMiuppers are de-troying veg etation in Tcj.:t.s, In Mine localities tliey have eaten down corn to the pronnd. From Atntln they are moving northward. Hon. .!. Phvlan, a native of Hunts- vtlle, a printer-hoy in early life tinder old Phil Woodson, of I he. Ihiitocnit, af- crvvardij mi editor of distinction, R'law- yer and jurist of national fame, and Sen- nto...

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. — 22 May 1873

JJ Cittern Print i Hi Company. I. V McCOKD, Editor and Manager, I,. D. Mct'ORD, Locxl Editor. THURSDAY . : MAY 22, 1S73. Tbree line He's of China at CVt. - lloLF & Morton. Columbia is to be lighted with gas. Can Columbia tx:;it I'ulaskl in any thing? fpt, Julia C Let-tcr returned from a business visit to Si idsisiiii last Sunday Uight. The corner stone of Finley & Moore's iHisiniiS house on east side wiW laid last'Tuesday. . Tlte argrrate number of years of thoe sent to tlic ietiitentiury at this term of the 'Criminal Court thus far ia 39. l'ulaski lUUe negroes ate as expert cusslsls us ever engaged in that execra ble, hidcuiH, degrading;, low-flung, de testable modts of expression. HI . Iledford county claims to liave the finest coiirt-lioti!e In the State, and they are p;oinj e put a thirteen or four teen or hundred dollar clock in the cu Iolu. Mr. O. A. Tope, of this city, was elected Ciraud Sword Hearer at the An - mini Conclav of tha Grand Comniaiid ry at Clarksville la...

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. — 22 May 1873

i! V e-e ' " "1 17 ' ' ' ' 4 . - ., , ... -...- . iu-.n.T.tn a. wna...-7- j-i as 3. sy-. s,v i,, Tlea U irrncras 3.? -r7 ia.LLlr-at ; fafaaa. Fa-:-t tl caaair za,rri r- ? ti ITZ.-.r.: Li raaei -ai. ILaaa r,a .-.aa--- u -a- - ..- - i '-U-wii; ..; li.w a Lirr-uj rfi i -cxia aa.i ti r A.;-iCrtK. m ie f.r ; aaLlaa ccaar L.u 5a iaa-r -z.- 1 ;f'.l?i-:i.: a.-a I--- a.a. at vxr.,:;r. ?.at -Ha.-.. f.r :.. iu.-r.Tic cf;. CIitst a-J- kit si iTaMur al eiitr l?-: -T tisia-L taai : a tiry ei-tM s.La c ,ar - ,i . yell f"' JT'3;-r TXT'n.'1: i ' ier li e-x-najsKU-j-.w aaij:sp a. sour j 4 -:r- 3i.su. incite !tua s.i r.;u-u.s .. easrrr a&i rais-t z:.,t t ; cc tt s-r w T -- T - T -T if iiiltf- i ;r..v iiVl .i'r ".wt.-i '-u -AT, f ,., fill rr'.tTL: " . w.t.j. Jktt 2t , wi i - ... , .... , ir 1 lijt . "V- . .' .: .- wuw. r-..!- Bt-a ErmJ-i Jr Lafs. -.1:. . . a-af a '-a:r : ,,r -j-jtr .-- 3"-r- i wi'. rir'."ri-I r?ol"!"sI Bi-Eioli ti-.rs a i . a ' '- - -- j it.. n a.rA-a. a.i ?..:? aie.r - v-i3tr!t ii...

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. — 29 May 1873

THE CITIZFH L. W. LTcCord, Proper. if .1. ' . tn Tr-.-r c , ai t:;t ws. v If ortht Mruer of Ik q c " Two 1 Lt t L r par tnuu' ' Hhum. uw r uch .ojr."iriMiis : uici. 1 wo. 3 r- wo. im, it m. , On I it t M UH TMur V 1 M Ttramiuiia ... lw U u iim it at Knr m,.'"-. ... -W ) Ltf -Z m MM f f. y . k l i. U 'M i iJ 4 .4 a4u,.. . it - -m mm mm IMiH Jt -i.... M HI! : j MM - 4i m ar m um Nfra of Jthe Week. ' nowx fast. T.o New York Central Itailroad l ava its .rO'iO revemue tax to the gove-rnmont uiiih-r protoet. The Soon. Seieiico Arunniiitioti at Bot-lou are ai-eiiii!ig higher cihicatiun fo.- women, Wcnilull rUil i;-., IVof. Aau.ii.t, Julia Ward Howe ami Mrs. J.ivennoro iiarlu-iiiatiiig. A mui in mo Lawrence nutu-iu nil in 111 wn'cr at tlie Jeihoy City t'oi ka, threw a lighted paper, wlicu it caug'ut and the flame thread ing 8ft tiro to two bargea tad alrt to tho duck where a !ari;o quantity (if t:r was utorea. Lawience na arrested, but it id believed lie canuot bo pmiiahe J. The poidicrs ho...

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. — 29 May 1873

The BiihtrM (Citizen. liy the Citizen I'lintitta Co. I.. "V. MiCOltl), K.litor ami lliinnjrur. I.. 3. Mi'COlM), Avwlalc, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1S73. To Printers. A Valiiton Hand Vic-", Xo. C, made imlS70, and u-cd two years the same upon v. hi h this paper is now printed, will he old cheap. Also a louiit of Long Primer, used very lit tle. Write, if you want a bargain, tf The Pick Association of Alabama nt its recent session passed a resolution in viting the Association of Georgia, New York and Tennessee to meet it at Bir mingham on the 3d Thursday in May, 1H7J. Hon. A. A. Freeman, who made Mich a htirring race ns republican candidate lor (jovefnor last year, ln.R been ap polnted by the l'resident Consul to l'l ague, Austria. Pra-ruo Is the capital of the ancient kingdom of Bohemia. Mr. Freeman lias signified bis accept ance of the position, nnd will leave in a short while for liU jtost of duty. The Tai ls Vntelligencer xays the Cai ro and Tennessee Bivcr N;ii row-guage, nn extension tf ...

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. — 29 May 1873

J "" ft A. Citizen J'rinti.iH LMiV , M'.COK!), lvlitor inl M MCOttl,.T.o:il TMitor. I-. Til MS DAY, MAY i IS 3. gloat gftt. TIipi-o urti now but six prisoner in tlie J:nl sit tl:i.- place. Tlie I'.n.inl of fvitimlay nijlit. Jlilciincii meet next Mr. Hipi!i:n 1!omi;iiiui Iciivcs for New York uoUt Jlomhiy to visit Ills mother. Mrs. Herman Ilo-o-inui started for New York last Monday tofpend tlieMiinmer. , A jtwh1 sliowcr of mlii visited this j.hu-o TnwwJay cvcn'njr an'l eonm rain yc.iterthiy. Crop promi-n; well. - Uol Moore'g finn was jurt. lie knew the iloj was not mad when he hot him. He submitted liU case like u little man. There was not a mn, reuse issiu1 to white county during the past lc marriage li pcrsons in thU week. Warm ! l'lerityof leisure In luislnoss cireles now to Mt on rklo-vvulks in the shade und smoke and spit. Why don't some of our churches get i:p a strawberry festival? It id mighty dull. The latestttyle of a fan looks like an jiwning, and if vigorously manipulated ...

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