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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 3 July 1873

SEPARATE. T MInXaM KTnTLAJirj, u And, if thou wlit, mnrraber : And, if thou wUt, forget !" Across the awful pn If which yswns. .''"" . " 0o.i-bye, forerer 1" Our i,aiuis suail touch, O neror, ieyer. MJ words. Indeed, are calm and eoid ; My " aiuiliua; 1:,. betray no ft-Wms; lint aouuifr hearts there are, wbx h bold "Oniids dperfir thepruod oouceehag, . 1 1iT ln mncn contempt tb pain whh-h flamiu lteoif f.,r pubho viewing; And mating moan when moans are vain Tolls aii ike world of Iajy. a undoing. So my quick langhter eoraee and goes Aa though the pulse with )iy were Uu Only the bnllow'd evee- discloee throbbing; liie tsars which taU lu secret lobbing. Too late, too late, yoar outstretched' band ! Tbe K'rt yon srorn'd la pant yonr reaching Oo ! may your life on sea or land, lie uuuier or this laaaaoa teaching. FAMILY cooKma. BT PIE REX BLOT. Tomato soup. For this excellent onp tbe proportions $ro, Beven or eight middling-sized tomatoes, three pints of broth, four or fiya stalks of pa...

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 July 1873

THE CITIZSN, 4 fri . X LOOK! w L. T7. HcCord, Proprietor. Ot&oe Kortbcvtt corner of (he Squat, Up fctfcir. The pencil marks you soe around this paragraph (thus) mean that your sub seriptiof is out or unpaid, au.i that you are requested t-. pay up at - once. We would (wiko great pleasure ia extend ing credit to our fiieudi and patrons, but cash alone will pay expeusea, and we areorwti to adhere to a strict cash rule. We hope you will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of such a course, and renew yonr subscription without delay. We solicit your favor. We enter no new names on our books without th money iu ali' ee. r -v 71 mf - - J TEliWS Of BUBACKIPTIOX: ; Tw DolUrt pr Annam, in Ad vane. RJkTMl OV FB1CU FON AlTKSTXSI2ia S spack. 1 mo. 2 mo. 8 mo. 6 ma. 12 mo. Nr One rtUi ... 1 60 M fj I 6 CO 8 CO JO UO r-i ' I 1 t J . -- Thre mi ubrtsn. Four jqiiire.w Un fi'UJ tti to.,. m Iliirrl ( (.... Oirt-i all o...,. Out Jul . r VOLUME XV. .mi vv PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1S...

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 July 1873

7r Ihihnhi (iiizcn. By the Cilizrt 1'rlnUtnj Ct. L. -v. M C'Oin, K lit T M i.i 'F'?'-. L.n.MiCOI!I). A-i.iif. ' THURSDAY, : JH.Y ll), 1S73. T Printers. A Washington Hand Fre., X. thc choli:i:a. Tlie "prevailing" bus about snf.-i.levl at Nashville. The pup.-r re in nine daath eaih on Friday ami Saturday, 10 on Sunday imd & on Mouiny, thmifrii luont of them o'i'iiTOil oiii-iile of the city, and on Muinl.iv there w as n.t a single death in the city proper. I.'efu pees are reuiniintc :4lul- t'Uslii'- i-1 im proving. Galiiuin is now henlthy ntin, alter having lost exactly on,; hundred from cholera, though the i-urrounding coun try is atill iule-tcd. Only thirteen families remain In the town of Greenville. The fatality there had lieen great, but the di-ease ha- nUuit run it course and U branching tn the country. Shelbyville, too. is tu-t emerging front the -gloom of death which has ovcrprend her for several week. Twenty whites ami Ui.rty negroes have died there. . - Huntsville ha bad ...

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 July 1873

Pulaski Citizen. By Citizen rrintinff Company. I.. W. McCOUD, Editor ami Manager, L. D. Mi COUU, Ltx-al Kditor. THURSDAY, : . JULY 10, 1873. t3T Mr. SiiruiMii Koseunu returned from Nw York last week, lie didn't stop over in Texas. Mr. G. W. Petwa j, of Xaehville, for inerly a ri'sident of Pulaski, lias iient several days of the past week here. Tin Fruit Cans Of the lie-it tin, at the Lowest prices, at JylCMt Hows & Morton 8. ---- XW Iog jKjisonin has become quite cuHtouisry of late. Several unsophUtl- catetl canine found an untimely grave during the past week. tW Col. Jas. T. "Wheeler had a very erioux attack of cholera-morons last Monday while on the road to town. He recovered sufficiently in the after-noon to return home. tW Our young friend Billie Pierce, of Tupelo, M1k8., a former resident of j Pulaski, has been in the city several days. We hope to hear the sweet notes of his plccalo before he returns. s- Mr. Jas. Barnes, of Bunker Hill, had his thigh dislocated in attemptin...

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 July 1873

- A BOITO TOIL PEACE. bt Joaquia- miluuu Am a tale that ia told, m a vision, FnrKlve and forget J for I say , ' . 1 That th trtis aliall eu.iurc th derision Of Uie falsa till the full of Uie day ; Ay, forgive an yen would lie forgiven ; Ay. forget, lest the ill yon have dona Jle renieni tiered airalliHt yon lu hmvrl And U the days under lbs ana. For who shall have M without labor T And who ahall bave rent without price T And who ahall hold mar with lila neluulwr Willi proniiM of peace wltb tbe Christ. Th" yn may lay hand on fair heaven ; May t.lac and displace the red Um ; Way atain theru, as l.loori-staiiis are drives At sunset In beautiful bara ; May ahroud thera in black 1111 they fret ua Aa clouda wllb their ahowera of tears ; Hay frrlnd ua to dust and forget na. May the yearn, O the j.itllesa year 1 The precepta of Christ are beyond tliom ; The trutba by the Naxarene taught. "With the tramp of the sites ujon them. They endure a though ages were naught ; The deserts may drink ti...

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 July 1873

THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor, Ofllce Northeast corner of the Suace, Vp Stein. TKUMit or HUUHCKIITIOX: Two Dollar per Annum, In Advance It ATM OJf I'llli 1 run ADVKBTWIMO; w-eio I mo. a mo. a mo. e mo. 1:00. m- wiMnr 2 -V) a 4 (M ft a) B 00 110(0 'I HO tMlllltreK 4(. ill.. - .wi iil 4 I. J Tlin-e mitinres 6 (U 10 00 31 00 III h ii In 01 1 10 1-j mi Jn wi ( J idi r kimi Iim- fnuM h ful. iiim tliinl I ii.. 'ii--Aiiir t'oi Olltt ...ill.. H 10 1(J (Ml 10 l 12 00 I'i UJ a 00 XU (JO 4 Ul L 00 I 00 jh (Jl 1-1 141 IH Ml H ID 131 tut :ii 1 u li ui :bl ixl 4u 10 40 US Hi ml 7f ( VM uf A EEVOLUTIOITAHT EmiNISCElfCE. Hi re's th dji it. Ixik smiim! you. Above oa the ll-lIll Lay the H.wiaus encamped. By that church on the right HUo4 the gsuut Jersey farmer. And here ran a wall . Ton may ilig anywhere sul you'll turn np a ball. Nottnug mure, ftraasua spring, waters ruu, Sowers blow rretty inurh a they did ninety-three year ago. X-ithiug mure, did I Bay ? Stay one momeut; yoiii- htaril Of 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 July 1873

liy the Citizen 1'rinlitnj Co. X.. AV. SIrCOni), IMitor and Mhiihkt Ii. I). MpCOIII), Aoriatt, THURSDAY, JULY 1", 1S73. Farmers Stnto Convention. Mr. C. V. Cliarlton, President of the East Tenmxeo Fanners' Convention, puhliidie a call in Uie Rural bun lor a State Convention of Fanner U meet In Nashville on the 15th of Septeuilicr next. . ; Two gentlemen, two Indies and a hoy were sailing in a boat at Chippewuh on the 4th, and got into, the rapid s of Niag ara river and were carried over the fall. . . - - - Patrons of Husbandry. Fifteen males witli a fee of $3 each mid tlx female over 10 yearn old with a fee of 50 cents eaeh, are necessary to form a grange. If any of our friends desire to organize one they may raise the requisite number and write to W. Maxwell, Worthy Master, Maxville, Dyer Co., Ten n., ami lie w ill come in person or wild a Hpech'l deputy to or ganize and instruct you. - Soldier of the Mexican "War. There U to be a meeting of Mexican War Veterans at Washington on th...

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 July 1873

Pulaski Citizen. liy Citizen Printing Company. L,. W. McCOUD, Editor anil Manager, L. D. McCORD, Local Editor. THURSDAY, : . JULY-17, 1873. peat m$. tW Our Mr. Jim. Towler lias a drug store in Columbia now. t'ff Several of our young men at tended the lall given at Elkniont Spring last Tuesday night. Stove Of every make, at Bottom Prices, at jyl0-4t Rolfh it Morton's. W Some of our officers at the court house amuse themselves these long, dry, dull, hot days playing euchre, draught, ic. J5f" Jas. V. O. Bryant has Imscii com missioned Collector of Internal Revenue for thin the -Mi District of Tennessee, vice Jas. Mulliii, deceased. Window Cornice. Moulding for Window Cornice in different Ftyles, Just received at 'it Oak m Miller's. tlT The Superintendent of Public Schools for Oiles county receives a let ter salary than any other Superintend ent lu the State whose- nalary has leen fixed. -.- OTOU1 Bill Ezell drank too much water last Saturday evening and waked up foundered next morning....

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 July 1873

SUB ROSA. WT ViMiKT. The llWrt you placed within my batten-hole' lias faded ; but there liven within my soul Au..tl-r r.w, mifoldiiijr liour hy hour Vur bretitj-a self iu j immortal floWf.r- -Thmt nu.k mo rwhwiiumiuufathonied wealth, Aiidl..j.pyintUoheaYeof its health. -K livmK-wrm thin dainty flower Rlowa, As If a aunoearu i.iu.j.ed juto , With frBKnuice like a waft from heaven afar. i flo not com t orown your beauty. Sweet ! ot thank you for it, klie. hu at your fee; Hut pray that on I-ov-' lw,.7. .. . ' - ' o, iiscn-s in my Drfeast ; A:id ask Him who auri j.romlne here hath Riven lolenmio, the flower fulfilled in heaveu. AQBICULTTJRAL. The Wash-House. For the benefit of our country friends building farm-houses, in -which comfort and convenience are desirable to the "help," as woll as general cleanliness to the household, -we pive these observa tions, of the late Mr. Loudon, in bis En cyclopaedia of Architecture : "Tho wash-house etaould be -well lighted : and therefore, if united...

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 July 1873

.1 THE CITIZEN, L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office Northeast ooxnerof theSqnara, Up Stain. . , , tkumx of Hiwcimiox: Two Dollars lr Annum, ijt A4tuu, UTn or micas roa unTuuia : st-aca. 1 mo. 2 mo. 1 mo. i mo. 11 mo, Hue l"riiro !M i 4 ra) i I 00 a 8 00 t 10 TwuMUrH... In) 00 h 00 10 00 It HO 10 00 i" in Four Hoiiare... Olie-fourlli Col oiif-thii-il t'ol.... f ne-nair Coi..-. Oue g i I) ill 10 Ml 11 Ml 11 00 aj oo 10 Oil is 10 oo i lu 1H 00 31 1 o J2 u) 11 (JO 20 m s in 40 UU . It uo (XI W IJO 00 U 1U 60 7S Jl THE -WIN'S AffD TEX MOOS'. Bald the Wind to the Mooa, " I will blow jo out. You ntare In the air ' ...... las a gliaei In chair, - Always looking wliat I am about . 1 hate to be matched ; III blow 700 oat." The Wind llcw hard, and out went the Mooa, Ho dwp Oa a heap Or cloudless sleep, Dowu lay the Wiuil, and slumbered soon Muttering kiw, " I're dune for the Mooa." lie turned la lxd ; she was there again t 1 n the sky, With her ghost ye, Tbe Moon Rhone wh:u and alive and plain ; ...

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 July 1873

I t 1 i I J V j! g7r jJahshi (fMizen. By the Citizen Printing CO. X. "W. MoCOBD, Editor auJ Manaor. X.. I. McCOHD, Aoclat. . , ; THURSDAY, : JULY 24, 1S73. Ou Sunday morning last a vcrj de structive Arc occurred at Jackson, Ten n., causing ft los of 75,000 or f 100,0(10, with probably half Insured. '. Our con temporaries of the nud Tribune, were burnt out entirely without a cent of Insurance. Lo-1 estimated at 7.000. With commendable pluck, however, they have already, mude Jirranyeinents to continue their paper without mining an Issue, having bought out the 1'lain dealer. ' ; ... , . Thk jwiople of San Francisco, are in a quandary how to stop the heathen Chinese from coming to that city. Tmt mull between Tullahonia and McMinnvtlle is carried in an old fuMiioned srajre coach, although a rail road is In full operation between the two places. The railroad refusing to carry the uuiUa. Dr.' J. C. PnTK.iw.of New York, was In Nashville lust week. Investigating the iirevallliiir disease whi...

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 July 1873

Palaslii Cliinon By Citizen 1'riiitintf CotniMitty. L. W. Mot'OIU, K!iUir imd Manager, L. D. Mi-COUD. Lo"Hl K.litor ; " THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1873. fgr The man wIk wore Bent Ezell'a ht ofThad hotter brinjf It back. "' Our friend O. II. SleMilliou, Esq., is t:"'"' to M Ve a chanjre in his con dition soon. -- t ; " ' ty The Kiiyetteville paper have re; covered from the cholera scare and re sumed publication last week. i --mm' r - Glass Fruit Jars Of every style, at the Tjoweet prices,, at JylfMt - " Row & Morton's. tlP Mr. Theo. IUchardson is now' rusticating at Elkuiont Springs. : He paid us a visit Tuesday. He w ill return to .Nashville next week. , t-W Wr- E. J. Malone, absintant post master at tula place, returned from Hot Springs . last week and is now at his post. lie looks considerably improved. Turnip Seed, i . Eandreth"8, Flat Dutch, Purple Top hud Hutu Ruga Turnip Seed In bulk at Ju24-5J G. A. Porte's. v . - -e ' , t3f By ft. transiKjsition of letters the nuiiio of L)r. Ste...

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 July 1873

ft r - - COMPENSATION. Cronkad and dwarfed the tree must iUt Nor lift its groan bead to the day, Xlii uaelase jrrowUia ertp-pd: unT"" And tnna doth human nature do ' Till It hath careful pruuinff, too, , . It nnnnt orow .... ... . . ' . . -... ,.,r , uMuiunf7H aevera, - O Sobl AOnlrl ru. L.n i . . ' "i' ' 'K ufc ua true. - - . w-u utii urmr i --vl oomes to 'liom Ho luvt) hero, r - 4 -- s " - J - ""7 1"W MU . wau m IUt ' . ' 1. -. - "lK'n uiiiUg ear. . .. - . r , 4 . . b iixiuiirp cnr, . "Ill hllll ftllu hmlu hilt a.O4,-.n.aar ' Vl The iua- of a lortiui word. , . "V him the deepen mat la won 1 Win toils briiaeUi the uoomlay aun Faithful nutd hut work is done. And whether thronh Uie weary night . H learned hnw plntnantly the llf-tit Of niornliiif hreaka upon the sif?ht. ' PVrt-baiiop tlie Jewel seenia tunet fair To him whiiee iahnt toll and care Ilea hrooRht H to the tijiHirair. And other hps can never l ante A draught like tost he ilnda at laot . Wboautt It in the burins rVoltv a-. 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. — 31 July 1873

THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office NurUwut corner uf tlie Square, Up Stair. rxKus or hi-bsc-iuptjox: , Two Iollnr per Annum, til Adntu uatkm or ricicr i auvXKTiaixa ; bfack. : . 1 mo. 1 mo, s ma. . ma. 12 mo. On mpiare n sqinm-n Three wiiiaths... our tuiimre-. .. Oiie-fiiurlh IVil. line llurd ( cl tmi'-imlf t'ul On i-VH 4 ) (O fl (I) M Oil 12 10 1 . Ui i un 4 l 6 CO 110 10 IS ) IK urj -.u iu an i i i oo uo 10 ou )'J CO In l a oo Ul J 10 8 00 1 10 CO JU UU VI w 12 00 IS UO 25 00 ia) 09 4 UU IS 00 ?6 00 40 00 to 09 75 UO Of IT I SHOUIDDIE TO-KIGHT. If I should die to-night, . My frii-nds wi.ulj look ui.iu my qitiet face, licf.tr thrjr laid it In iu renting )'!', And drnn that death had left it almost fair ; Ami, laylna: snuw white ll'iwri aninut an- hair, Would aiuuotb. it down witU tearful tenderness, And foid ray hands with linKi-ring esrraa, JVor uauja, so empty and no ould to-nltfht I If I should die to-night, ' My fi-l.-uiW would call to mind, with loving thought. Born...

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. — 31 July 1873

(The ihihshi CTMizcn. By the Citizen J'ri it ting Co. I. AV". .-COIiIJ, Klitor im.l Mmi.iKcr. THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1S73. The New Party Movement. Tlie formation of a new party nee ms to bo the next tiling on the. political calendar. Hon. W. S. Ciroeabeck, ot Ohio, favors the movement. He aaya : I hope, the time i near when piet-ent Democrats and former-Democrat and all dissatUUed Republicans fliall he cor dially united under a single organiza tion. I don't ttiink there i anything sacred in mere party organizations. They are only machinery which should be repaired when out of orlcr and re newed when too much worn. A con stitution of a rovcrnniMit is a more 'ti ered orraniiition than that of u politi cal party act. Wedon't hesitate to pull down a constitution hi order t put up a new one. I believjj the historical Democratic or ganization U spoiled by constantly blundering lor the la.-t ten years, and shattered bv many defeats. It surren dered finally at the last Presidential elec tion ; ...

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. — 31 July 1873

Pulaski Citizen, Jiy Citizen I'rinliug Com putt y. I,. W. MH'OliO, Editor hih) Manager," L. I. McCOltD, Local Kd'.ior. - , - THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1373. tW Circuit Court convened last 5Ion day at this place, Judge Wm. 1. Martin presiding. .. ., , . Souie damage was Ione to tiie young tree-i in the College yard by c ar rLigcs the night of the Hop. - tJf The District Conference which convened at Oirncrsvilhs last Wtnlnes lay was attended by several delegates from this plfU'e, .. t? IiOf.enati &, loveninn tuitioitnce tli in momiug that they will sell at tost only ;W day longer, liartraina now or never. " " ' i The diolution of tin' firm of HuMs & Morton appear in thia Issue, Mr."lioll retiring. Tho new firm I under the ryle of Morton, Worley A .MK'oy. ' . 1- ry" Morris was appointed guar- iliaii of Jit. L. Knjrlish. anil Ilohert X. Campbell g-iiitrdiini of f.ticinila J. Eng lish by County Court Monday. - - - , . Zt The youiij men of town have ruii'te arrangement to have a d;in-ir-...

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. — 31 July 1873

COfttTETTE. . T OOBDOIf CAMJ BT.LL.'' Onr love-tide Joti are over. But Ihe love-tiil Lull Imu tweet ; Mow hare we bitter jarfin, never more njy luret ; . A k(, a kiaa, my ilarllng, A kina, hit uwu ooqnetto; We'll kim ere we are pru-l, We "11 part anil well forget. WT not, weep not darling. For tune atiall oomrort lnn, And oilier hearts ahall loee thee While other Up aliall King : A klaa, a kiaa, nty darling, A kla. my own nqnetie ; w'ell kin era we are fial-ted. We'll jart and we'll forKet." But If there eomea hereafter A peimliifr thoutrht for mn, ., IU-memtM-r then the mff, luve, That now I make to thee : A klMt a klHa, my dariinif, A klw, niy own coquette ; . Ve'll kiaa ere we are jiartrd. Well part and we'll forget." IDLENESS. And alow and alower atlll, day after day, Come the aad houra with beauteous upturned eye., OlearaiiiK with hope I may not realize, And aeetuiuR In thalr eartieetuiwa to nay i' utre.tiiii.-ly " ) .end tu not away All einiity-handed aa we came; ariee, u. at ...

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. — 7 August 1873

THE CITIZEN, L. W. McCord, Proprietor . OlHoe Northeast corner of the Square, Up Stair. TKBUX Or SUB-1CKIPTIOS: Iwo folliir er Annum, lu Adrai dim Bnre 9Siu ( 4 l.i j ui 99 00 9 10 00 Two fwjiiMrfi w Hir Mitmrl. t 4tu.-f.ui IH lint- tlilnl ( 0 One-ioiir foi oue . THE CHILDREN'S CHTOCH. fyiion tw ouui or rcL gkboi. The bf-U of tbecbarchm nretiaine I"ai nad nun hTe both fone And tkrre little cnildren nit singing Together this null Sunday morn. visile the bvll t.)!I nwnyjn tlif Rleeple, ' TuiiiiKh too nniall to mt mill in a pew. Thine buy rlijrt.iu niiiall peojil I trmiu. to Uve tliutf cUuxdi too. 8o, M frpe m the birdii or the braezfl By which their fair riniflrtii are fauunrt -Eai-h roune (iTiff away a lie iileaawi. With bjok 1iilue d.iwn iu la hand. Thir hymn hu no actiKo iu iu letter, Thir liiumO no rhythm nor tuue ; Our woratiip, perha)H, may le better, But thelr'a reachee Ood quite aa Boon. . ThAir auwla atand close to the Fathar ; Ilia heaven ia made bright by thie (lowers ; And...

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 August 1873

gjr jjufaxhi (Titizch. By the Citizen Irinting Co. "V. JlfCOHI), Klitor and M:iiinner. Ij. T. Ic-COItI, Ai-tot-lale. THUUSDAY, AUG, 7, 1S73. C?- We are jrlad to see thut n strong move IsLciiijr m"de I" Jllio tu so amend the (Joiixtiiiuiuii of thut Stute hs to lilt the Judicial cmilms out of the tilth ol purtNiin politics, latter-day patriots may adder tliU a move backwards, but all sensible men must admit that the tendencies of our present elective sys tem are toward corruption. Our ju dictury should have no contact with the people ami should not in the lcut be amenable to them. We would rejoice to see the retorm commenced in our own State. I .et the Governor apjioiiit our Supreme Ju lf3 subject to the r .t'liea tioti ot the Mate Senate, and th n let the Supreme Judges name the Circuit, Criminal and Chancery Judges snhjert to the approval of the Senate, Tli n the matter Is out of the hands of the people, and tlie service of competent Jnrint are assured, whereas under the present ele...

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 August 1873

Palasld Citizen. By Vitizvn rrinting Company. L. W. M-C'OKD, Editor and Manager, L. D. McOOKD, Local Kill tor. THURSDAY, AUG. 7, 1873. mV4n4 f.v . .V tr. Attention, Planter4. If you want the highest market price for your wheat, brtnf it to J. A. Foster & Bro.'s," ju21-4t West Side of the Square. tW McKlssack & Co.' fortv feet ad dition U rapidly growing. The - first story is up. Circuit Court was engaged yes terday on the case of J. C. MulHt vs. X. & 1). ltailroad. i3 Sir Llles Abernathy and family are spending a season at a rural retreat In Lawrciu. V9T The A. M. K. Sunday School had a picnic lust Saturday out in the grove -'outli of town. A larjre procensson file 1 throrgh the sfxe ts in the morning. -.n tWT Jtains have occurred In different portions of the county during the past week, though some sections arc still suf fering, and all nee I more. Keligious Rev. iJr. I J ice will preach at the Pres nyteriaii Church next Sabbath, morn ing and evening. nFMr. Renbln Harlo...

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