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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 7 August 1873

. .." - ... . ... .. .... , -. ; ' - - - --- CHANGED. t Lomrtuow. 'mra the ontsilrta of tha town, ' Wherstheold milestone stood. Now a atranKi.r lookiiut down, I nehold thB niuwlowy crown Of tlie Urk uucu-d wood. LWehanRed, or am I chaturcd T ' ii . i tl' ,Ju' ar frh aud Rreeo, ' Hut the frlnuils with whom I rana-rd ItaruuKh their thickets are estranged thu years that intervene. Br rht as ever flows the ssa, ItriKht m ever shines thesnn; Hut, alas 1 they lenn to ma Hot the hid that used to be. Hot the tidaa tiiat used U run. Guidanco for Conduct. It is assumed, in the first place, that adequate guidance for conduct in life, private and public, could be had ; and that a moral code, rationally elaborated by men as they now are, would be doly operative upon them. Neither of these propositions commends itself when we come to examine the evidence. ' We Lave but to observe human action as it meets us at every turn, to see that the average intelligence, incapable of guiding conduct even in...

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 August 1873

THE CITIZEN, L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office Northeast corner of the Square, Up Btalra. mmHor iiBaanrTiox: I ol I r-a pr Annum in A il va nr.e. " 7 KATKM or rutCfc OH AtivicjiTiflista : I wicr. l mo. 2 ino. X mo. 6 mo. 12 ma. iu soisre......... lwo squares... -tire SHm".... f-'nir iure- i - r -1 1 1 1 1 1 I Oitf ll.'M .. me-i i l r l m s an 4 ' B. U l.i III n u i , i.. 2u uu 4 (U (JO 8 10 II) IU l' ll ItIO Ul 10 an 1-v IU 'Jl Ul 'ji in t a on lu Ul 12 (10 15 111 Uu IU 10 00 3) 00 18 00 '.' 00 l 00 60 Oil 76 ( i&o ur Is '.'li in 4 (X " 4u 10 Is, uu THE WIDOW OF NAIN. " Ae ony ion of hit mother and the teat a widow The dust on their sandals lay heavy and white, -Their garments were damp with the tear of the Utht, -Their but ftt weary, and throbblntr with pafn ' As they entered the iiU of the city at Nslu. Jlnt, lo I on the pathway a sorrowing tbronr ' Pressed mournfully chanting a fnruaral soiuf, i -And like a ad luonotoue, oo;ls and alow, . 1 Ti'o of a woman came laden witti woe...

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 August 1873

g7r jJulushi (Citizen. By the Citizen Frittling Co-' L. -V. McCORl), K.iUr am! Mauser. I. McCO!!D, .Wociatc, 1 TUURSDAY, AUG, U, 1873; "TOach of tlie little boy of tl Mouiit Kniory (Tenn.) fabunth Schoid phu. twelve bill of corn, ami :i h :f Hit little f-'lrl one hen, and with the proceed the school U feiippoi ted. j , -. ' j . A. T. Stewart, of Xev York, before Starting to Knropo, made 111 will. A schedule of his property wan made, anil to his own surprint it looted tip 1 100,IK)Uf 000. . - ' The coal field of Tennefte occupy tliun 3-R40.000 acre Indnir ao0- 000 In excess of the united coal Heidi r FiHrlmul. Heotluiul. Wales and Ire land. Some of the strata are known to be 100 feet In thickness. ; m,- u a trnvit. title ol neiiro mijrra .i.iiv uuri'liiL' from the older r..r smtprt ot the South to the t... i.. i -,r tm MUdnsiniu valley -.,-.. in lutrt mxrront have left the inns ot Georgia within the but twelve months for Mldaatppt ami iduiwiui.i. ..- The aiwemncnt of taxes xhow a in ...

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 August 1873

a Pulaski Cltlscii. Citizen riixtinfj CoutjKiiiy. L." W. Mi-f'(ni, Editor and Manager, L. D. McCOItH, Iocal Editor. " SPKCfALS. I,vl AI.K A il,ci.,i-sni in iti M'H-ii'l ( itv iM IjhiIm ( oiiuuerci.il role.o. Worth v ill e miIi) at it jrree.1 sttcrilli c to any one wauling h thorough Imsims.. education. I .It .M.F. - A tinio mil- tirlet of th- S. Thiols rmd fto,itle:i-trn Kiillm:id thphortr est route to '"'exits, Katiui Colorado natl nil !tim w it The li.-kct is Jfod tiu any ol tlie bram-he of this road. Filt SAI.K A ProfeMone Tieket in the .Mifiicnl licpsriment u ihe l-iiivewiy of T.ouIvi1le which will cnt iile the hn .lci to" the. full tourse i.t Lortun-t lhi fall jn.d winter. Price t.VI will sell for less lOK SA1.K lu Jiili lor f u from N.T. - Oivun I o . lo lie tnken in part pavnw-nt fer an or:uii of either hi'-rh or tow price ' Will sell for l'-5 cu-h or w Ml pivcnt b hiiv liilcs county Church who will purchase, llio orfcnn iiumedi. alclv For cilher of the ilmve uply nf the CiTi...

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 August 1873

TEAES. Is it rainy, littl flower T Ruvl of rain. . .: , Tio much rag would wither thee- Twill alila aalQ , Tha rlou.U w m, black, tls tme ; : ; But just behtud thaw aiuilea tii. blue., t ,Ars;w;rvlrr:n!hln," wU . "Mid watrana. and ihn 4it v... - i " clouds their jwrfect worm hare done. The Habit of Beading Latest Treatment of Cholera. AQRICULTUEAL. Profitable Paa-min., Tliere ai-e too many men wlio put their all into a tingle venture, and if that fail are utterly iisel np.' There is perhaps no ' bnsinesg wherein " tiro strings to bne' botr " ato ; important an in farming. Other pursuits have certain rules which have been founded on experience, and which' the shrewd man of businens can take a1 vantage of with an almost assured oertainty of Buooess. But we can hot do this. "We an not tell what will happen to our crop. Sometimes it will be over-dry, sometimes over-wet ; sometimes we are plagued with swarms of insects ; at other times we ore afflicted with blights and . molds. Against n...

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 August 1873

1 1 THE CITIZEN. L. W. LIcCord, Proprietor. Offioa Nbrtlieaat oornerof the Squire, TJp Stairs. TIBMS 0 SL-mcKIPTIOSI : Two roIlarpr Annum, In AdTaucje or i-mt-ix ma .iikitniia: ep.c-K. ma. 2 1110. 1 mo. mo. 12 mo. intf air-iare....,.,.. Two fcHtlHI!... 'I 1 1 rt e - tinlf... h nil I ;uH-u " IIK-folll I h ( 'if II. 1,1 nl.... Ore-, nl! In: one jol . J 2 !l 4 ll i l) t 8 00 t 10 00 o IJU 10 00 30 00 ti ij k ..i M in I J id I . ii Ul 8 IU 111 (') 11 IS .-I :i. in su no lo o 12 In) ! Ml Jl III 11 Hi 10 II 01) 15 l a u) 4 l , lJ is oo on 411 00 i Oil 74 IM 160 Of s THE CLOUD. A rlond came over a land of Invu (O uuah, little Isvm, lent It pans yon by !) How they bad waited and watch'd for the rain. Mountain and valley, ami vineyard and ilaiu, With tw a aiim fruoi the aky ! I ay after day bud the pltilioui mm Irfxik'd down with a lidlM eye. But now ! On a auiMen a whiaper went Tliruuitli th tiimuat tin of the poplar-spire ; Oitt of the rat a liht wind blew (All the l-ave treinliled, and ur...

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 August 1873

Utthshi gjtizcn. Bit the Citizen Printing Co. r.. r.. "V. JlrCOKI), Elilor anil Manager. 13. MpCOIII), Aociatc, THURSDAY, AUG, 21, 1873. Dnrffiilii ami Corruption. The iihvil!e litilhtin. a Republican weeklv puldished Ht Nashville by Capt. K. K. Winter, late of l$rownlow's mili tia, charges that there was bargain, ale and corruption in the withdrawal of Capt. Hobb from the Omptrollcr's olllcc and the Induction or Col. Burch Into the same. This brotijrht out lengthy card from botli 'llobUs and Burch broudlv and flatly denying the charge. Other paragraph have since aoieurcd lu the same sheet rcitterutinjf tlic charge and Involving Gov. Brown, and also chanrinsr the Governor with some bort of bargain w itli icgard to hi veto ot the tippling bill, which have had the effect to bring forth from him a full, free, frank and forcible letter ex honer-ttuiz himself to the auttrdaction of every fair-minded man in the State With those, who know Gov. Brow n ft wc know him in Gib, hi integrity, ci...

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 August 1873

Ij J i - Pulaski - CUizonV 1l Citizen Vi-infiiiy ' Company. I,. W. MctOUU, Editor and Manager, L. 1). McCOKU, Local Editor. I,V,l AJ. A etiolan.hi;i in the. .M-.an-l Citv !t. l-outi- Loiiimeri-iHl f ollcjre Worth 0. will tf mII tic a cr-ut .eriih-e i y " wanting a thuruiik'H busim-v .vim-ation. IOR BAI.K A lfHl rate ti. let o' tbw St. Louis mid Hoiithea-tern Unilnwl lhcliort est route lo Texat. Kii olorado nod an I vol m vrit TIip tii-kt-t i f('l u-n any of tin- branch- of thin road. 1i It BAI.K A Proftor' Tivket in the M.-'Inxl Dcourtini-ut nf the I'liivcr-ity of LnC.lville hii-h v. ill ulililU) Uu-llol'tlT t Uiu full roursc of lf tures t'uU full nd winter; I'rtretso will ell for less , FOK AI.K A Dim Hill for 4S from a S V. Orrun i o . to 1m taken in part payment fur an orvan of cither hlirh or low iriee Will 1 for f.'t rh. or will meni I" any i 'nmtv -Chnreh who whl piirrha-e the org-'tn imine1t-aU-lr. For either of the atfovc ii(ly at the ClTizkW Ollice. , THURSDAY, : . AUG. 21,...

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 August 1873

I . 41 . t , I 1 i 4 A BONO FOB THE SEASON. O for a lodge In a garden of encumber ; O for an WIwtr or two to control Ofora rale which at mid-day the dew cumber: O for a balloon-trip op to the pole 1 O for a little one-etory thermometer. with nothing bot apron all ranged In a row ; O Tor a big double-barreled hydrometer. In mxuan the moisture that roll from my brow I O that thia cold world wa twentv times colder, (Tbat'a Irony red-hot, it sneiiietu to me ! O for a turn of lu dreadful cold shoulder; O what a comfort an ague would be 1 The Western Tanner's Griefs. If we are asked whether we mean to Bay that there is nothing in the western farmer's complaint that a third of their crop is consumed in getting it to mar ket, we answer that there is something in it, but apparently not what they im agine. If we are asked, farther, wheth er it is not a horrible thing that corn should be used as a fuel in Iowa when bo many millions of people all over the world are short of food, we reply also ...

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 August 1873

JL t r.: " i e - THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor.' Oflloa NortlicaKt comer of the Sgu&re, XJp StAlr. Two Oollar -r A una in, In Advaiuie, uxiyn or rnicK. r adtkbtuiwi: 1 mo. 2 mo. tuo. mo. 12 mc . l'hrf miunrea.. ft 1V) 8 ( JO tt) 12 00 13 OU l-Dur t-iunrw. s ki ui in nt is ikt vi in hip f.iiii th .... Mn .s J lit 25 00 4(100 Oim-Uiird ( (.(.... l 0 Is to Ji uj HUUi 60 OU ne-i'Hir l"ui. ...... l r 0 m iu li'i-wi 4 CO 74 ot On .'! ........... 2 UU tJ 4u UJ Hi UI lfaU-Uf CHfilST KOT RISEN. BY ARTHU& DL'UH CLOU OH. Eftt, dr.nk, and play, and taluk that thiai Uiaa, There in uo bevuu bat thin ; -TUre to no hell - Jiv earth, which terrea the purpose doubly well. Biii, it vWita till, With tx-UAlfwt apportionment of ill, Both good aud had alike, and brlxigr to oue fame dllHt, The unjufit and the jiint. With Cii rial, who ia nut risen ! Rat, drink, and din, fur we are aoula of all the creature under heayeu 'a widu co, We are iwmt hrvpfloffa wlm had onm rutmt hot. Aud moat b-li'...

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 August 1873

g7r gulaski ffUizcn. By the Citizen rHntina Co. J,. "V.V. Mi COUI), K-litor unit M-oiaKcr. L.. I. MfCOHU. Associate. THURSDAY, . : AUG, 28, 1873. Shameful. It U olli.ially announced '.hat the Modoc captives, Captain J:i.k -'-cl.iu, i;J--k .In... Boston (hurley . Kvcd Jim iti.'H x, win e n.iii; -" ;t,i tor the murder of (en. Can by an' Thonia. The Pr.-M.lcnt has approved the M-iiti'iii-c 1 ordered their execu tion. There are no terms strong enough to express our imiiialilieil npprobation an.l dis-ust at the entire p.ocecUiiijrs a-rain-' these i.nlortiii'.ate Modoc, mid the announced timilf ot tlieir shauietul pro-cciilin ill be mi cverla.tinj; reproach to civilization. The Molo s wi re incensed to their i.e lwvior, mill their dc-ds have tar more horrible .mil .li-;rraccliil precedents in the iicls of their cxc. utioiiers. i n J did wron-r, but. no! hall - "u" "Z.'", l.ien who murdered their amc-lois on the same spot nn.l in a similar lnaiiiici , without provocation, ami "w voice of t...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 28 August 1873

Pulaski Citizen, liij Citizen Printing' Coihmihi. 1,. V. McCOKl), Editor and Manager, I,. 1. Mct'OKl), Ioenl Editor. SPKCIAL'S. 1,"iMt s A I.B A cli..l irhii in itie M..nn l CttvlMt I .on is ( ..punier, i il iltcjrn Wonli J'iO will l- (mI. I at t mi rti'riJi m uy one Wauling u thiriiKli business laliiciUion. IJVIK SALE A 1K mill- ticket or Ihe St. T.iii ioil HiiiiMtt-r: Unilruarl tlie-iiort-est roiur to Tfx, K:ni-i . 4 nir'li and all Mintfl wi'kt The ti.-V.r. is g'xnl imiij any it the limm-lic of Uiia mud. IytK SAI.K-A ln ltill t'..r 4s from h X V. Orirmi I ii to lie taken in iijrt payment fur an ovxnn ol either liiirli or low price Will srll f.r 5 i-h-1i or w ill pre-.-nt u any il-s rnuiiiy tlnireh wlto will purchase the brj.iii iniiiieili mclv Vor cither of tin- i.lswi' uhiv at the ClTIZCH OAlcc. THURSDAY, AUG. 8, 1873. C2T Mill. 11. F. Matthews U iinln in tin Hiy, after an absertee of st-viTal days. ' VYi' We :iW the indulgence of cor respondents whose favor- do not nppear In thi...

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 August 1873

MOTHERS AND CHILDREN. Tke Happy near. The bue dav 1m over. The honnWold worll j, doil(. The ceree that fret the nionune Have faded witi, the buq ; And lu Uie tender twilight, I "It In happy reat, With my darilu little baby Anlecp uikju my breaat. White llda, ith allien fringe, - Hlittt out the waning liut ; A little band, cloae folded. Molds inatmna'a finitem tinlit ; And in their aofl, white wrapl'tatfe, At lant lu perfurt rt. Two dainty fart are cuddled Like birdie In a neat. AH bopee and love ntiworthy l)eiart at thta aweet hour; All true and noble lontfitiKa Itenew their holy powrr ; Tor Chrmt, who in the Virlu Our motherhood haa blent, In near to every woman With a baby on her breaat. Apiiletons' Journal, Thk education to happiness is a pos ble thing, not to a happinees supposed rest upon enjoyments of any kind, ut to one built upon content and resig- nation. This is the best part of philos- 'phy. This enters into the wisdom spo ken of in the Scriptures. Now, it can e taught. T...

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. — 4 September 1873

THE CITIZEN. L. W. HcCord, Proprietor. . Office Northeast comer of Uie Square, Up Stair. Tna or bdbsckiptioh: Two Uiilln per Annum, Ijx Adraw, iutkh or fmctM rot umimag; pack. 1 mo. 2 mo. a mo. 1 mo. 12 mo. l'-vo IKJtmrBM 1 lirt-e iI!turtyj... r'onr iwniure...... Onr-foiii 111 ( oL, Onv-lliiril t j Onii-nnir Col One 4 UJ C UJ II) H UJ 10 UJ 12 (0 l.S U) 2U Uu H UJ 8 it) 111 ("J 15 Ol IX tJU 211 IU 10 00 2U Od 10 J 12 at is v 'JO (JO a 0 40 UJ 12 00 14 UJ 25 UJ U 00 UJ MJ UJ 1 U) ?6 OS 0 eg o s 75 (4 10 Of THE OLD CANOE. Where tbe rock re rry arid the chore U steep, And tbe waters below look dsrk and deep. Where the riiRRd ihuh, ia iu lonely pride, Klooiiilly over the murky tide ; where the reed and ruahee are long and rank, And the weed ifrow thick on the w.uduiK bauk ; W here the shadow ia heavy the whole day through. There lies at Us mooruiga the old canoe. The canleae psUlle are Idly dropjwd, Like a sea-bird a wings that tne atorma bad lopped, And crowwl on the railing, one o'er ...

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. — 4 September 1873

IJy the Citizen Trinling Co. Xj. "W. MoCOUDf Editor and Manaper. 3J. MtCOKl! Associate, THURSDAY, : : SEPT. 4, 1873. It U a h mi dred years since tiie flrt annual Methodist Conference assembled In this country, and the centennary Is being -elebr;ifel with appropriate so lemnities In Philadelphia this week. A large Lumber of clergymen and lay men are present, and tlie exercise are of considerable historical and religious Interest. The growth or Methodism Is oue of the wonders of the century. On the first Saturday In October Col. W. AV. Gate, the veteran editor of the old Jackson Whi-r, and lately of the Whig and Tribune, will commence the ptlbliention of the Jcksoli Courier, dipt. W. Ii. Ilamby, of the Union City Courier, will be his associate. We wish the old man and hi young associate unbounded success In the enterprise. tST" Anio, an adventurer from ilas aachtisetu, was nominated for Gover nor by the negro-republican convention of Mississippi the other day, and ex Gov. Alcorn has ...

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. — 4 September 1873

Pulaslci Citizen, Itf f'Uizrii t'riittliuj i'omiM hi. L. W. MeCOP.U, Y. litor ;iud ;.ui-it, L. I. MeCOHI, I.eul lMri( .r. s!i:ri ai.s. 11 lK xAI.K- A Itotatsliio in 'lie M'.im.t l'ltv'st i.oiu-i o;,lil.er. i il i'ilt'.- Ui-i i PA. ill tie w. ;tt u irrent i. rili'-i- i.i any one wauling ilitiiitl loisim i-iUh-uu.n 17' R SAI.K ' 1tti m'le t I-v t-t hf th" s. , I..U.L lilul stoiltWi- tern inii.rn.ol Ilie-Mlt-Mtt I'Oltttt lo 1'e:.. i-llfTir lui:l. uti'l-till poiii' west - Tlie -iirki-1 is x-oo.1 tioii ftny ul' tli tirititt-lH vf this mail. 1rOK vI.K--. lm Hill f-r front Orirtui t . to if taken in put pnvn U N V. inii'ut for nnr.-aii of either l.ili or low jnlee i'i sen tvr .r i b. or will nxM iit u any Oitn- tntmft I linri li who p ut l.ii-.- 111.- ui'. ii hniii.oi- i.-lv Kor either of Hi.' i.lx'.c npi'ly lit the itiIK illli i'. TniTiSDAY, : . SKt'T. 4, 1S73. ' T" A w hlUi wiiiinti it Iiuut Ineuin lirmioe, who in willing ft shtire tli work f n Miinll family thtit is, help to eooU, milk,...

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. — 4 September 1873

TO A COQUETTE. If your eyes wrrs not ao blue I woold nwnt your coldness U ruy Leart were not mi true, I would rcut mj boidnean. TA. "i? lV D Toa flirt You est". U'U,'.hed ,nd n ""'i. xou uy I aur uo Jealous. tTPon your lip. great .tore of bliss lurs me to the banquet; Hut when I reah to take a kiss. You pout, aud aay I ou t, yet. Tony (rlaneee rb niy d4y, of y. Y on know that I adore oa ; But when I plead upon my knees. Yon frown, aud say I bore you. If my brart were Dot so trut . I would retioiit my bolduea If your eyas won not ao blue,' I would resent your coldness. Cotton Factories in the South. The South, a New York industrial 5"urnal, publishes an intelligent article 'n the subject of the manufacture of tton in the south, from which we make I-e following extract : " There is no doubt that in the man- lfacture of cotton in the south fortunes nay be made. The extensive develop, entof this industry would effect the regeneration of the south. In every ection there are numbers of pe...

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. — 11 September 1873

THE CITIZEN, L. "W. McCord, Proprietor. . t f f 44 The pencil marks you see wousil this parairraph (this) mean thnt your sub rw-A A' Ofllce Northeast ccmerof the Square, Cp St&lre. script ior id out or unpaid, and that you nre requested to pny v.p at ono. Wo woul.l take great pleasure iu extend ing credit to our friend. cud patrons, . but cash nloue will pay expense?, and we areorvaf to adlieru to a Btriet cash rale. We hope yc-'i will comprehend y : Tv Dollar er Annum, In Advance, PACK. Imo. S ino. mo. ( no, II mo. line wrinro . f : So 1 4 i 'I'ho a-emreH.... 4 to . h U) 'I'lin-o e-innrm;.... a u) b 10 1- our hi Hint-. tiui l(j tjo 1 . fi uilli fi.l. in ui j.i 10 n-ie -nurd ..1.... 1 1 0 M hi l:f-ilill 101 K 11 Vli III OlIO w'ili ... -i uJ i I 4 J (too f 10 00 10 (Hi U0 10 u I '.' ou IS I4 -1 Oil 4-i 10 12 OU IS OU 2Ti tfj so ix) 4 l (HI IJ ou ou c on in j 7j I Ui Jf and appreciate the uecessny oi sucu n course and renew vonr subscription without CwUr. We solveit your tavor. Ci...

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. — 11 September 1873

i s ll (jltc jJithshi (Fifizcn. By the Citizen Frinting Co. "V. McCOItU, Editor ml Manager. THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1S73. It is now the proposition to repeal the law lncreio-in-f t!i salaries of Con gressmen, leaving the back-pay grab bers with their booty nn 1 the President with his doubled-np salary. The Saturday Ib-vlew takes ti the fig ure of the United State census, find says that "ndding to the loc al taxation and Indebtedness the taxation tin 3 debt of the Federal government, it is phi in that jier head the thirty-eight Millions of citizens in the United .'Suites are by far the most heavily taxed and most deeply indchted people in the world." The colored voters in the North are becoming restive thoy think they have pulled th Radical plow long enough without being permitted to hold the handles sometimes. Some of the- xor devils, Not th and South, the crazy for olllce, have not cense enough to see thattJrnnt is keeping them for voters, not office-holders. The election in Paris, Ten...

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. — 11 September 1873

Ci i ' r ?t Jly Citizen Printing Cttmpuug. L. W. Mc-COKD, Editor Bii.l Manager, L. D. McCOIlO, Ih uI Editor. srnn.Ls. 1.1 Mt At.y-A s.-hohirMiiii in tlir; M nmd Citv fst. I-ouis) loinmvrciitl Colte Wonh H0. mill he m1I h a Kreiit MarriiU? in any one wauling a thorough busine edm-ntion. 1;1H SALK A VV mile ticket or the fit. 1 ,011 1 mul SouOn-a-tern Knllroad tlit- short et routt to Tcv:i, k;iio-a 4 olontdo Hml ali Hi nt t. Tun ticket in iihiii any of the brmji liea ot thia road. 1,tOK SA l.K A lme Itill for W from a N Y. Ort-na I ii . lo ! taken in part payment for n iirui oliill.ei liitfb in low pi i:". Vill!'i lor IVfi mh or w ill present to any 4;ile county ( Imrch w ho will (iiirr.liu.-e this oj.iu inone. li ntel v. hiir riilier of tlm uhovc upply lit the llTizIN Oltlr'. THIRSDAY, SEI'T. 11, 1S73. lO.iHiO El-nit Cans at Young fc ItollV. tST A ! lijrl't U U-iix jtLicftl In the roof of the ilejxit. You can liny tlie best Coal Oil, Lamp und (.lilumey ut Ymiujj & Holla. (1 Mr. B...

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