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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 7 September 1866

n Dj TTMT II VOLUME 8. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MQ1: :G, SEPTEMBER 7, 1S66, NUMBER 3G r r nirnnT TV 1 -M o HJJLiL.iLZLiJJJJI BUSINESS CARDS, JOini S. "WILKES, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, riTLAKI, TENNESSEE, , Will practice la Giles and adjoining counties. Can bo lound At the Office of Brown &. MeCallnm. . aug. 17-6m. joira g. wHiTsoir, attorney at Law, PULASKI, TENN, WILL practice in Giles and the adjoining Coun ties, and in the Supreme Court at Nashville. Strict attention given to all collections entrusted to him. OFFICE May's Old corner Up-stairs. july27-ly S. A. WlLSOJf, II. A. CARTES, H. H. JAMES. WILSOir, CARTER & CO., COTTON FACTORS, AND WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALERS IK Groceries & Plantation Supplies, No. 91 2XAIN bTllEET, Corner Washington, june lj Memphis, tenw. COIILIERCIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar andCherry Streets, ISTasliville, Tennessee, J. G. FTJLGHTJH, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. G. WILSON, Clerk. This Hotel has been lately refitted ...

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. — 7 September 1866

I.. XV. ItfcCOJtD, Editor "lid I'ubli-iier. Firm in the right tho Printing Press should be, The tyrant's Too, Use champion of the free; Faithful s.ud cotistuit to its tia-red trust . Culm in its utterance Jq Us judgments just j ' "Wise in ita teaching; incorrupt and strong To speed the right and to denounce the wronj. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT'R. V, 1CC6. Great Mass Meeting of the Citizens of Tennessee. All citizens of Terneesee favoring the restoration policy of President Johnson and the action of the National Union Convention at Philadelphia, are. requested to meet io the City of Nashville, on Thursday, the 13th day of September, 1866, at 10 o'clock A. m., to hear the report of the Tennessee delegates, and to ratify the proceedings of the Convention. It is earnestly requested that citizens from all parts of the State, who can possibly nttend, will be present at. the Convention. A numberof distinguished persons will ad dress the Convention. Jons S. Brien, Chairman. John C. Gact. P. W. U...

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. — 7 September 1866

r Citteen I..' W.:VcCOHI, Editor and Publisher. OFUCE 90. EAST COKKEK PCBI.IO 6QCARE VP STAIRS. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at f 2,00 per square, (10 lines or les, in this tpc,1 for tho first, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions desired will be inserted und charged for at the regular rate until 6rdered out. List of Prices for Advertis'ni I1- 2 nios. 7 . 11 15 13 20 22 80 40 6 in os. lyr. 20 square, j ? i,2i 10 15 13 23 25 80 15 13 25 30 35 83 50 75 2 squares 8 squares 4 nquures 3 column column, column 1 column 8,50 12 25 110 5 0 CO 75 110 14 15 18 25 30 I 40 55 Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in advance. Thosu inserted fur 3 months or less, must be accompanied with the money. Yearly advorti crn aro permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; further renewals charged one dollar per square. Advertisements from a distance ...

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. — 7 September 1866

Iftttelu Cifeu. E. W. McCOKD, Editor and Publisher. Firm in the right the Printing Press should be, The tyrant' foe, the champion of the free; Faithful and constant to its sacred trust Calm in its utterance in its judgments just; "Wise in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To npced the right and to denounce the wrong. zp-crxsiEci, TiEnsrar. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT'R. 7, 1866. THE GREAT CONVENTION. Declaration of Principles. DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES OF TBI NATION AL UKION CONVENTION, NOW ASSEMBLED 13 THE CITT OF PHILADELPHIA., COMPOSED OF DELEGATES FROM EVERT ETATZ AND TEB aiTOBT IN THE CNION. Admonished by tha solemn lessons which for the last five years it h3 pleased the Supreme Ruler of the uiverse to give to the American people, profoundly greatful for the return of peace, desirous in all sinceri ty to forget aod forgive the past, reverenc ing the Constitution as it comes to us from cur ancestors, regarding the Union in its restoration as more sacred than ever, look ing with deep a...

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. — 14 September 1866

O VOLUME 8. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FfaBAY MOIINING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1S66, NUMBER 37 nTTOTiT1 TEDFT1F A Qjr?T TnDTirniJ ' - BUSINESS CARDS, JOHII S. WILKES, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PIXAKI, TENNESSEE, "Will practice la Giles and adjoining counties. Can Le lound At the Offlce of Brown &. 3IcCaIIom. a tig- 17-6m. : JOHIT G. WHITSOIT, .Attorney at Law, july 27-ly a. jl. wij.so', it. A. CAETER, II. it. ;AJfIi. Vinson, cabaEb & go., COTTON FACTORS, AND WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DKALEJ18 lit Groceries & Plantation Supplies, No. 104 MAIN STIIEET, Corner Washington, junolj Memphis, tejjn. COHHEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar andCherry Streets, STaslivillo, Tennessee, J. G. rULGHUM, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., -J. C WILSON, Clerk. ThU Hotel hasbcen lately refitted and newly fur nid3UThe proprietor dire, a lib. pannage . of the traveling public. lmay 13 um , solon e. hose, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PULASKI, TENN. OHico in the South-west Corner of the Court House, ...

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. — 14 September 1866

,6 6 gulndu Ciftecin L. V. McCOItU, Editor Pnd Publiiher. Firm in the right the Printing Press should be, . TL tyrant' foeythe eha-mpioik-of !! free; - Vaithful and constnnt to its sacred trust Calm in its utterance inits judgments jnat;" Wis in its'teacfcinfcfino'errnpt and" strong To speed the right and to denounce the wrong. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT'R. 14, I8GG. .' : Frcra the Union and American. The Black and Tan Convention Its Dig- agreement, Failure and Adjournment. '- The mongrel convention which met at Philadelphia on Monday last, adjourned fi nally on Thursday evening'. It issued an address and a platform, weak in conception, false in terms, and wholly unsatisfactory to the friends of Congress, in matter and scope. This extraordinary assemblage was called by a few corrupt and discarded Southern politicians with a view of setting on foot an organized Radical party in the South in which it has most signally failed. The ac tion it has laken, instead of strengthening, has weakened ...

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. — 14 September 1866

s e sr;t. ElcCOKD, Editor and Publisher. OrriCE BO. EAST CORNER rUBLIC 8QUAEE UP STAIRS. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisement inserted at $2,00 per Fonnre, (10 linea or lean, in this tpe,1 for tho first, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. s Advertisements not marked with tho number of j insertions desired will bo inserted and charged for vat tbo rcjular rates until prderod out. List of Prices for Advertising;: r 1 mo wos. S mos. 6 raoa. ""1-pqttare, 4 f 4.a5 7- '- 10 fl5 2 squares S.5'J 11 15 13 8 squares 12 15 IS 25 4 squares 11 IS 23 SO yi column 15 '20 25 5 ? column 13 22 ' 80 S8 X column 25 t50 I 40 50 1 column 30 , 40 J5 J 15 $20 I 25 I ao I S5 0 GO 75 110 Advertisements must bo paid quarter yearly in -advancer,' Thoeo inserted tor 8 months or leas, must bo r.ccooipimic-d w ith tho money. Yearly adverti ser ar pi-riaitted toraiiGW quarterly free of charge; further renewal charged -cue dollar per squar...

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. — 14 September 1866

mix. L. V. McCORl), Editor Pnd Publisher. Firm in the Tight (he Printing Press nhouldho, Tha tyrant's foe, t'i5 champion of the free; faithful and con!atit to ita sacred trust-r-Calm in ita utterance in its Judgments just; XVujo in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To fpeed the riprht and to denounce the wrong. PULASE1I, TE150r. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPT'R. 14, 18G6. All Hail ! the Sun ! From the LaCroKse ("Wis.) Democrat. Reader, do you ever think that were it not for the existence of the sun this world would be a black y ball a dark swinging pendulum, its inhabitants groping in dark ness and knowing nothing of wbai was be yond the reach of their extremities? Earth, moon, and stara.derive their light from the sun. Were it not for tbat orb, we should see no blue 6ky, no diamond- studded dome glittering for all no chang ing moon no varied landscape no blu&h of beauty no blooming flowers no carpet of luxuriant grass and moss no vigorous plants. Instead, there would be darkness, gropin...

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. — 21 September 1866

1 ' i I I'tH v PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FftiDAY .M011NING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1S66, VOLUME 8. NUMBER 3S , n nvn TTT A JJL "JL J'i.jllil b 1L UdLir BUSINESS CARDS, jonn S. TTILSES, " Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PUXAKI, rEXNESSEE, "Will practice in Giles an J adjoining counties. l lound , ' Can At the Ofilce of Brown & MeCallum. ang. 17-6m. JOHIT G. WHITSOIT, Attorney at' Law, t PELASKI, TENN, ..' "IT TILL practice in Giles and the adjoining oun VV ties, and in the Supreme Court at Jiashville. Strict attention given to all collections entrusted to him. OFFICE May's Old corner Up-etairs. inly 87 -ly; . A. WIXSON, M. A TTTATT ft, COT'XO.N Groceries & Plantatioa Supplies, So. J9 MAIN STREET, Corner Washington, v juno 1J Memphis, tens. COHHEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar, andCherry Streets, ISTasli ville , '.' Tenric ssee, J. VG. : rULGHUIIi Proprietor, Formerly of 23 Korth SanjrqerEt., .-'' . . , J.. . WIESON, Clerk. , .. v This Uotel has been lately refitted and newly fur nished.' The pr...

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. — 21 September 1866

it on. if 2 I. M'. McCOItl), I'ditor end Publisher. FiRiiln the rjghttho Printing Press'ahould be, Tbo tyrantV fo, th$ c)ir.p-ior. of the free; Faithful and constant to iU sacred trust Calm In Its utterance lnlts iulgmcnts jnst;" Wise Id Its J.enel'.jnr;: incorrupt and strong To apeed the rijjht and to denounce ti e wrong. PULASKI, TETjNT. FRfD AY MORNING. SEPT'R.'21, 1CC6. c ", Properly 'Estimated.' " ' ' The, Louisville Courier of the 6th says: "NVe afe informed' that "Hon".' James 'Speed, who now talks so flippantly about 'the ty ranf of. tha White House,' when on a visit to his home' in this city, odIj about a year noi perhaps not quite so long,- could not find language strong enough to express" his admiration of Andrew Johnson. - His firm ness, his eminent abilities, his profound Eta(e8tnanship, and his social qualities,' were all tha' subjects of Mr. Speed's panegerics on all' occasion, both in and out of eeaBon. Now Andrew JohnsCt! is '"the tyrant of the "White House.' "Mr. S...

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. — 21 September 1866

wm mtwm. I. W. McCOltD, Editor and Publisher. oyricE b. mi corkeb pcbmo square tp stairs. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising Advertisements inserted ftt f 2,00 per square, (10 lines or leas, in this type, 1 for the first, and 75 cents (Tor each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with trie number of insertions denired will be inserted and charged for at the regular rates until ordered Out. List or Prices for Advcrtis'ns: j 1 mo 2 mos. a nios. 6 znoa. j lyr. 1 qar $7 $10 -. fin j f 20 54 ft-juwt . 1 It 15 I IB - i5 3 square- 12 15 13 ' 23 j SO 4 aquaieb 14 18 23 80 I 85 t column 15 20 25 25 I SO K column 18 22 80 83 CO X column 25 J SO -f 40 . j 50 75 1 coltimn 80 ;40 - f 55 75 J - 110 Advertisements must bo paid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 3 months or let-s, mut be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; further renewals charged one dollar pe...

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. — 21 September 1866

W. McCORD, Editor end Publisher. Fihv in the right the Printing Press shonldbe, Tha tyrant's foe, tie champion, of the free; Faithful and constant to its sacred trust Calm in its utterance in its judgments just;' "Wise in ita teaching; incorrupt and Btrong To epeed the right and to denonneo tb e wrong. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT'R. 21. 1866. (Concluded on fourtJi page.') Erin's patriot son? lie knew no law bat obedience, b acknowledged no purpose but faithfulness, proclaimed no eentiment but principle, and, 9.3 a comrade's tribute, I can only say that a truer friend, a purer patriot, a braver man never lived. " Many and sharp the numerous ills inwoven with our frame; . . . . More pointed still, we males ourselves regret, re morse and shame; And man, whose heaven erected frame the smiles of 1ot adorn, Man's inhumanity to man makes countless thous enda mourn." Music of Labor . The banging of the hammer, The whirling of the plane, The crashing of the busy aaw, ; . The creaking of the crane, ...

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. — 28 September 1866

TTT A n Tr 7" "TT 1 I ' L i I r ii I Hi i 1 i Hi V MO VOLUME 8. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1866, NUMBER 3D 11 11 A1-.LLJLL.LL JUL M Jl) BUSINESS CAKDS, JOHXI S. Y7TLKES, wlttorney & Counsellor at Law, PinLAKI, TENNESSEE, Will practice ia Giles and adjoining countiee. Can xt tound At the Oflce of Brown & "JleCallnm. . aug. U-m. V johii g. 7iirrsoir, -Attorney at XI aw, PULASKI, WILL practice In Giles and the adjoining Coon tics, and in the Supremo Court at Nashville. Strict attention given to all collections entrusted to him. OFFICE May's Old corner Up-stairs. 1 nly 27 -ly : ' 0. A. -WILSON, If. A. CAIITEE, H. M. JAMES. WJXSOIT, CARTER & CO., COTTON r ACTORS, . AND WHOtZSAlK AKD BETAIL DEALERS 1!C Groceries & Plantation Supplies, No. 194 MAIN hTREET, Corner "Washington, jun 1J memfhis, tenn. COIIIIEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar andlCherry Streets, ILSTasliville. Tennessee, J. G. rULGHUII, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. G. WILSON, Cl...

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. — 28 September 1866

WdFS L. W. McCOIiD, Editor Hnd Publisher. Fin in tho right tho Printing Press should be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; Faithful nud constant to Jtj sacrodynia t-r-..-, Calm iu ilts utterance iuits judgments just;" "Wis in its teaching; incorrupt and strong r,t.To speed Upright and to-dsaoen tfc wrong I'tEfxrt.VA- ggx;;yr :Eirar. D A V 'if dRIlfO, SEP fit: 23; 1866. I tr ,-' "Convention Postponed."' ' ' ' ; j .i la 'consequence of the alarm felt by nu 'rneo'fjS -"delegates' and others fhrou-gfiout the "State atlhe'-pfesenca of cholera in Nash " i!Je;; the' Staterscutit8; dommttee hare dee'trted ft their duty to'postpone 'the Con Tentioa :from Thursday,', the- 1 3tlf inst.V to the 2d day of October next. -'Thi? They do oot' do-because'the'di'sease'lias assumed -BBjthing'Uike an- pide'mlo'fdrm,' bat not tihowlng "rrhetf Z may',' lhs Coram ittee, uri-. lwillhv t'dcall their fi ietfda'froaj their homes to this city,' where a charigeof climate ami, of water inay seriously af...

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. — 28 September 1866

I- ' , ' ; : ' r-r-f 1 - . , AY. ; sccokii, Editpf nmi Publisher. 1 OrriOB SO. EAhT CORVES PUBLIC 8JUAKE CP STAIRS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. j Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably In Advance! Terms ofAlvertisin. j Advertisements inserted at $2,00 per sanare, ( 10? lines or Ices, in this tpefor tho first, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with tbo number Insertions desired will be inserted and charged for at th regular rates until ordered, out. List of Prices forAdvertis;ug: , 1 mo 2 mos. 3 mos. 1 6 mos. 3yr4 e? s 20 lb . 30 ' 85 50 : 60 ; 110 47 3 BqTiurt-s 4 ftquaies column 14 column J-j, column. 1 column 12 14 15 18 ' 30 15 13 20 22 18 23 25 80 25 I 30 35 - 38 . 50 ' 75 f ,80 ' ! 40 - 1 I 63 ' 4'J Advertisements must bo paid quarter yearly in advaneo. Those inserted for 8 months or less, must &m aecom-fHuiUwi -with- bo won. YwarVy adrert) trr ic". permitted torenew ooarterlyrce'of 'hafge; furtlf.rfrAii w aja'.cbarped. ona dollar per Bquure. A Jyr...

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. — 28 September 1866

it At4 V . i L.. W. MeCORI), Editor nd Publisher. Fib in the right the Printir.g Press should be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; . Tfaithfu! and constant to its Bacred trust Calm in its utterance in its Judgments just; Wise ia its teaching; incorrupt and strong To speed the right and to denounce the wrong. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT'R. 28, 1866. - An Adventurous "Woman. - - The St Louis Republican relates the fol lowing sketch of the adventures of a young and beautiful woman daring. the war. It will ba remembered that the subject of this sketch honored our town with a visit some three months since: Among the many thrilling events of the late war none can exceed the adventures of Mrs. Loretta De Caulp. Mrs. Da Caulp, whose maiden name was Roach, was born in the West Indies, in 1838, and is now about twenty-eight years of age. At an early period her parents moved to the United States and settled in the Parish of St. James, Louisiana. The current of her life ran smoothly on, unt...

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. — 5 October 1866

1 A ! I t ' 1 i I 'J vulumj; b. . PULASKI, TEXNLSSEL', ITuDAl ":. 1 ul SIZG, CCTuIiEIt .5, 1SGS; iU J-gJ'i'i.-ey;:Te:.,ga.'--fK-zrwg 4 BUSINESS CARDS, JOHN s. viLiirs, Attorney ; Counsellor at Law, 1TLAKI, n:XXli!jSEE, Win j.ra'-tic-c i ii C!!e and adj ...icing counties. Can )i toll 11 d ' At the Ofllce of Brown & 3IeCa!!uin. uugr. TT-''iii. JOHN G. WHITSOir, .Attorney at Law, "... 1'ULASKI,. TENN, T7ILL practice in Gilo and the adjoining Com- V tics, an 1 in the Supreme Onm ut Nu.-.hvilit. Strict at ''nO-.n t'i '.! to "all eolk'ete!i entrusted to j.::., . i .!.;: iii.;--"- 'M cvrru Tr-Mi'r-. e. A. WILSON, IT. A. CAKTtr., 11. M. JAMES, WILS01T, CARTES & CO., COTTON FACTO US, AND WnOlHAlK AND BKTAIL DEALIRS IK Groceries & Plantation Supplies, Xo. 101 MAIN STREET, Corner Y,rahliington, jvino 1J Memphis, tens. COLIIflEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar nndlCherry Streets, jSTttsliville, Tciiiiesseo, J. G. rULGIIUII, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. C. WILSON", Clerk. ...

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. — 5 October 1866

' ' ' 1 . " 4 - ' i IMf III ,"I1,WUUiHCT ft V.tH 3 JL. V. MeCOIIl, I'ditor did Pu'-li-lm. Fjum in the risrht the Printing Tress should be, The tyrant's i"e, the chain pior. of the free; Faithfr.l and constant to its swred trtit Calm in it ntteranei in its judgments ji:-t; Wiao in it tc-ifl.inir; iaerrort uJ tdrc-ng To v; the right and to denounce tl e wrong. IFTrrE-i-A-SIKII, TETNTTxr. FRIDAY MORNING, OCT'R. 5, 1CCG. The Cholera in Palaski. We liave bo fir had very little cholera in Pulaski, but a re;U deal of talk and unnec essary alarm about it. I'ula&ki is the most healthy town of two thousand inhabitants in the Southern States. There are but few local causes for cholera or any other disease, while we have the best and purest of water in reat abundance, and there is very little probability that cholera will ever become tpidemic here. It nia its appear ance, lowever, in a very i.'.ld form, on ThursJ-iy, 27th ult., when tvro persons liv ing on the Boutherrr outskirts of town ne...

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. — 5 October 1866

J.. W. 3Ict:OIU, Hi: tor stud Publisher. OFFICE 10. EAST COUNKH l'l I.I.IO St'rAIlK I P ETAIJ'.S. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Tonus of Advcrtisiij--. Advertisement iuserto 1 at JiO per tupture. (10 lines or k. in this tp, f'-r the llrst, and 75 tents for each sub-equei. t ih..-rtiou. Advertiseineiils not mark.:.! with tlte inn:iV.cr of insertions d-;-ired will I,u ins,.rn.-d and jharged for lit the regular rates until ordered out. l.i.-t !' l-ricos for Advcrtivii:;: 1 m j 'J. l.ios. j " luu.s. G lno.s. j Jyr. ).-i5 1 4-T 1. $1.1 j-) s.- i 11 15 is I la 15 .13 25 I :J M j 1-i 21 :;) I 35 15 I 2 I 25 C5 M lis j 22 j :;) Cs j d) 25 I :jn j 4') j 5) I 7.5 .-.!) ',4') l ;,- I 75 j 110 1 H'i.iary, 2 squares 3 squares 4 tiijuairr. 34 column J-i column 1 coin mn Adverti-i'iiii-nt.i miirt io paid quarter yearly in advance. Those Hi-el ii-.l t'.-r inonl hs or less, mud be accompanied vviih the. ni..i;iy. Yearly adverti sers are. permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 5 October 1866

NEW ADVEKTISEM-NTS LEGAL NOTICES. M SCKLLANEOUS. GKOC'llIES, IIAEDWAlili 3 McCOKl, Kdilor n.l INiMi-iiiT. Fibm in the rijrht thy Fiinting 1'ress should be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; Faithful and constant to it-! siicrsd tru.-f Culm in its; utterance- in its ju lnn-nts j'.n-t; Wise in it. tcncl.h;r; incorrupt and strung To speed iho ri'l.t unci to denounce tl e wrong. FRIDAY MORNING, OCT'R. 5, 1CCC. ilUTILATEI) CcRKENCY. The viclim of mutilated currency will find eomsll inif to interefet them in the following from an ex change: "A great many persons aie at a loss to know how to dispose of rag-ged and mutilated currency that accumulates on their hands. It is the easiest thing in tli world, and without any expense. When you get three dollars worth on hand, put it in a small package, pin a paper around it, write your name, post office and amount. Put it in an envelope and address it to the Treasurer of the United States, Washisgton D. C. In a few days you will receive ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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