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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 11 September 1873

131 8EPTEXEZS. Jeitliery riooJn are few and fair. Thistledown is on tha air Kipi'Jiiif sunshine on ttas kke, lld Rr, ,ot , miI! b k Hlld bea wander mnrranriug ; -Muttarm. Boat In a dream, 8 Oror ail Uu, Uoiti K!,am ; " nd Tunilrr, hiKh and low, Uol.U.o-rod and sun-rlnwers slow : era and tliei-s a mai l flushs, Kumacu reddeua, woodbine blushes ; Junl asters bloom and thrie, 1 u to b aural JAs AUiius. FOR THE HOUSEWIFE. Hop Yeast. One and one-half pounds of grated raw potato, one quart of boil ing water in which a handful of hops l've been boiled, one teacup of white -agar, coffee sugar, one-half tea-cup of ealt ; when almost cold put a little good yeast to start it, say about half a pint. One pint of this yeast makes four good eized loaves of the most delightful bread you ever ate. To Dt Green Com. On a warm, bright day take a shallow box, set elan ting where the sun will shine full upon it. Spread clean cloths in your box. l?rpare your corn aa you. like, and spread it evenly over th...

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. — 18 September 1873

LOGIC ! L. W. McCcrd, Proprietor. ..I 1 Tho pencil marks ym; see wund this paragraph (thus i;.c:i:i that your s:il scviptior is oin or unpaid, and that you are requested to pay up st one'. We woul l take great pleasure ia extend ing credit to our friends and patrous, but cash alone will pay expenses, and we arefvrctd to adhere to a strict ciuh rule. We hope yon will comprehend and appreciate tht necessity of such a course, and renew yo-ir inscription without dclav.' We solicit jo-.tr iavcr. Sir We enter r.o new minx- on our iHKlkf" Without tl, !!!ti"V ill ? I" Office N.irllieast oonierof the Square, Up Stairs. tkkuh or suBscitirriox: Two Io(lr per .Amastut, tn Adrtiuu( f j KATE fr I'Blt-Ki Hilt ADYKRTlsmQ 1 iuo. 2 mo. X dio. ft ma. It mo. One Mr .... Tho Mjilnn-f Ttin-s MiiW 1W I'mir Mjimi I tttf-f i u 1 1 li Vil- t 'J Ml 4l (5i.i s on io no 4 l (i Ul 6 in iij I" 1" U 'U s '0 111 t) 1'. J IB III 10 ) (O 19 IO r til ll Vt UU 12 UU li UU IS "l :;j i4j 4 u; UU H 00 o oo I'M I .!.. VOLU...

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. — 18 September 1873

ghc jjithrfii (fjtizctt. By the Citizen Printing Co. X.. AV. Mt COni), f: litoran.! MiiDi.arer. Hi. X). McCOH r. Assort it tn. THURSDAY, SE1T. IS, 1873. Yellow Fever. There is terrible stiiT.i Str nt Shrevc port, La., on account of tlie yi How fe ver. A telegram nay no report of the affliction csm possibly fXii'ernte the condition of the town. IH-utln 30 to 40 per day In a population of not more than 4.000! The wildest excite ment prevailed in Memphis on Monday and Tuesday, and train leaving the city were crowded with persons fleeing from the fcoiir?e. It has made its up-. pearunce in various portions of the tity. The Farmers Convention. The State Convention of Farmers convened at Nashville on Tuesday hint and organized ly electing Cell. W. II. Jackson, President. ; Vice-Presidents M. F. Johnson, Col. C. V. Charlton, Eaet Tciincs-ce; Col. Jno. II. French, Dr. J. M. Head, Middle Teimcee; .. B. Ilavn h, Jno. T. Douglass West TelllK-saee ; E. K. VVude, Sectetary. A cordial and eloquent...

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. — 18 September 1873

CJiti lia Citlzva VrintiHU Company. McCOItl'. K'litor ai'l Manager, OKI, I.m :iI Editor.-. sii:ci als. the M ill il'! I" Cltv Ot. l-oiil) louiiiicri i.il ' "IH'T" Worth wi u.ll 1-. ...1.1 nt a un-al mwrlllett 10 ally ime ttii'ntinK tliorouttli liuin cl'-'M 1-)U ! VI.K -A U'W mile ti. li-t of tlie St. and u.itli.a-tern Hailroa.l lhe short est ruulo to Trw, Kaii.n K.k.iMln ntxt all liini we.t Tin" ticket i K"'' "I"'" "' uf tin- lirnuchM if Uii mail. KAI.K A Due l'.il'. for from a N V. 1 Oritiiu Co . lo Ik? talteu ill part uyim-iit ! n orifitn of either hih or low price W ill lor .' chIi. or w ill pre-ent to any .lle county Church lio will pcrchiwe h oriri" luuueiii atelv lor eiilu-.r ol Uie uhove apply ut the Ciri'ztK UUir. Tilt KM) AY, SEl'T. 18, 1873. Several younjf ladtH of PuhisUl left last Monthly for St:inton, Va., to attcrfa school at that place. - - -m m" Mantel ami Crates. Can he had at Ymuig A Molt' al low figures. -It i ' Two ih ins one "To Joe. II. fe Lady," and the othur,...

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. — 18 September 1873

USEFUL RECIPES.. Breakfast fuss. Chop fery either beef, mutton, or veal. To fine one cu-uiiui aiiow the same quantity of gratod bread, and if the latter is stale Bums. 11 a iew iioura in warm milk, and chop with the meat : to this nnftntirw add one egg, yolk and white well bea ten together, salt, if liked, a very small onion chopped fine ; mix well together, and, flouring the hands, make into balls and fry in hot lard. Axmokd Custard. Place over the Btove one pint of milk, in which put one large handful of bitter almonds that have been blanched and broken nn L.et it boil until highly flavored with almonds ; then strain and set it aaide to cool. Boil one quart of rich milk without any thing in it, and when cold add the flavored milk, half a pintof sand, sugar, and eight eggs, the yolks and whites beaten separately, stirring ail wen logetner. uake in cups, and wnen cold place a macaroon on top of eacn cup. GjmenOcbkakts, bottlkd. Currants are quite an improvement to gooseber ries in p...

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. — 25 September 1873

THE CITIZSN. L. W. McCord, proprietor. Oflloc Nurlbcast corner of IlieS'iuare, Cp btalra. k t-iw a. . .The peueil llruV.--; yo I se- : - " " 1 thia par-i,Tr:s3b ttlm m.un i!.-'t y j sub- script '.on is out or r.r-r.iiUt. haf. i nv i )i t .t U y it... n v r ' t j ii ji-.e- request-d t i pay np i i nto, f We w-oil-j tr'.ke rrcat J-l.Mi-.ai-o in extend TKUMS or fcLK.-sCKIlTIOX: Two I).. Hum per Annum, In Advaur.e. i ? -i At 'i l,''ACK- 1 ruo. 2mo, 3 mo. 6 mo. lima. On., wroule J ; U, 4 i 5 , j g ro - , ij0 l o.lMrn 4 iXl (.Hi .-ul id cn) ai 00 Tim w uurts:.., 1-our S'i iau- One-fourth Col i i:i tior.l I ol.. iiin-niir i .VI..... Dm- .'ul It UU i! "J in i"l 12 IU 16 Ul vs ou 40 00 ftO W in ii l' ij h ID 26 00 10 .Hi io 4 (O VOLUME XV. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,. 1S73. , , Y-: V AN NUMBER 3!l .i on :s, no iu to a., ul) li) j 7m 14 t i, - ; : i li i H" r Mi , hi h. Hi Jrhti .iWv, m, it S J r 1 . I t. " 1 '. J . 1 l t V I ' 1 I -s I Jr - li .iff. THE EEALM3 OP L050 AGO. - ...

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. — 25 September 1873

Cjic Vtthshi (Citizen. ; iiy ihr Citizen J'rinllntj Co. j L. W. MjC;01tr. taitor fcoU Hu.fcK.r L. X). IMoCORI), Associate, THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1873. The Wall Street Failures. The recent financial failures In New York created an unprecedented panic. For several tlnys the dispatches con tained iiof..Iig scarcely but the Uetiuls of the great disaster. The country lias uevcr liefoie witnessed suvli a spectacle. There were several small failure a week or ten days before the great cradi, which were only rain-drop3 preceding the great storm which followed the fall of Jay Cooke & Co., the great million aire bunker, whose financial operation during and since the war have been un precedented. The government hat" ne gotiated loans amounting to millions upon million through this firm, and It baa also been the financial agent of nu merous banking institutions throughout the country, including many of ihe freedmen's saving Banks in the South. No banking houwe in America eould have producedsuc...

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. — 25 September 1873

Pnla&lci Citizen. Ity Citizen 1'rintina Comjiumh. L. W. M.-t.OltD, Lduor and Manager, L. I. MiCOUl, I-4M-nl Kditur. sii-:oials. 1 ,'!; 5 ( I.K--A M Imlnrsliio in the Mound l.'lM' -t Loiii-,. t uinilit-ivhtl 4 "llce Worm ou, xiil he sol J at a(.i..ii -.u-i -ill.-- to at.y one Wniititia- m lliorow;ii oii-iuess .sliii-Hlii.ii I"VK Vl.E-.V luui tm'e ticket ol Ihe St IahiIi aud ""oiuhea-loi n KitilroRd Hie niton -e-it rtiiltf t4 'lr.ii. K.-tr.-tt i olorado Httd nil poii.lv M 1 he tnkH it roo-t Uixii any vl tin blanches ol thi-i roud Foil s I K- rmr H.ll l.ir 1S trout n S. V. oikuii o to he ukeli in pari a il.c:it fur Hn tirun oft-lthct llii;h or low' price. Will jattl Xi r-'' c-h. or w ill present to any t.iles count tliiircit m ho will ptirchu-c the organ nuiiiedi alelv tor cither of the litaive appl nt the llllZaM Oltlco. THURSDAY, SEI'T. 23, 1873. ?" Work has cumuii-lir-ed iiMin the cupola nnil rout ol the M. E. Chiiroh. tCh m-ery Court i Mill in session, Judye Fli'inlnjc irosidiu...

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. — 25 September 1873

SEPTEMBER. VT W. . BOWIU, That time of year, you ttir,. when the summer be- sunning to FuU-oi. ,;.,! fcJvrHlliH,ed sUdM ,,,,. y,,, lirart i,f Si-plumber, Mourned by di.-oi.,i,( cmV-,, arid ikn.it Rrasa. boi'i.ore, riiig . B AV1'c,?'irt." f.rmu '- ri.! abundance 11 nrln-Kt autumn, llut tU wind of aiitiiuin breathes front theorcbards at niulilfall. Full tf ii,y pcrf.in.e 'and mystical yearning and Uun.,r;. Ami in tli- nunnaay wood y..u t.-ar the foraging H.alrrels, And thu lung, cranliitig fU of the haif-eaten out from the treotoji ; When the robins ari mute, and taa fellow-birds, linntiug tli Uiistliw. Chcx-ji, aud twitter, aud fit tlin.ub tlie danty lanes a:ni the Jopj.ms:, When the phfanunt ixHimri f r m vniir stealthy foot . lu tbe oorn-rteld, Aud tiia wild piKn iih fieJ, iew autl Bliv jn tl)0 c ikitberry bunlies ; . m" laud Uoa Lu U.i.3, Uts a wr ia a YlHi-m, Aud y.tir Inr seeniR hut trie dr.u:n i.f a dream which you cannot remember. Broken, bewildering;, vaKuii, u echo that answ...

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. — 2 October 1873

j IL THE CITIZEN, L. "W. LIcCord, Proprietor. Ofilce Nortlirwt comer of thcSqnar, Dp staira. " or BUHscKirnox: Two DoiUri ptr Annum, ia Att ranee. " OT Mt'lCKB igu ADVKBTlSLHa: I mo. 3 mo. 3 uio. tma. lima. One arriiare . jw ill 00 I 10 HO TWII Rlilllll-PM Thre iiHrc.. 10 00 A u 0 uu SO 00 it 10 10 l K oi . li tit r our Aqtiitro. .... Olle-foiif! jl Oil.- ll. l l t ..i.... lll--i .lil l'01. One 'l..w , fe Itl til III 10 (I) 12 U0 It HI l III A (JO 40 Ul is oo 14 oo 15 Ul Itl lJ 4 tl ttl ul IS oo '.A Oil i an J i Oil 'Jli li oo :t.i i4 bi () I V) at ... THE CHUDREX BY TUB UI1 CHUULES DK1KHVS, Wbnu the kmini nd tank are all euded. And tha arhool of the day ia dikiuiaed, And the little odmi (rather aronnd me, To bid me R.xxl-niKlit and be kiBd; O the litlle whit arrua that eucircle My nerk la a touiier embrace; O the amilea that are balot of Rraren, , BUeddiug auuskino of lore oo ray face. And wlin tli-y are iron, I ait dreaming Of my tihlltihood too lovely to luet ; Of leve ilia my be...

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. — 2 October 1873

flhe ihthshi (Citizen. By Cijen Printing Co. W. MoCOIlD, Kditor aa.t Manager. ID. MeCOKD, Anwx-iat-, r.. T11UHSDAY, OlTIl. 2, 1873. Tennessee Bond ol- In New York Tuesday at 72 for hoth issues. - - Cotton whs in better request ami atcndy tn New York Tuesflav, at 184c for middlings. Cold owned lu New York Tuesday a 112, declining to lll'a, and closiiijftt 1U? "Ul. A damaging fire oeourred at MnrfMHboro Saturday Mornins, des troying property to the value of I I, 000. Moncv In New York oiiened Tuesday at V:' oer cent per dav, but gradually declined, closinir at the legal rate, lor brokerx' use. The best trradc of cotton was quoted yesterday in Nashville ut 1C4, but no tales. Hie iianks reiuae to uiruisu reney on bills of exchange. 1 ' Tlie work of m a nin sr the evacuation for the foundations ot Vanderbilt Uni versity has fairly begun, a largo num ber of laborers having been employed rSP Th vellow fever still rages with out abatement at Shreveort, und the citizens are appealing to the ...

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. — 2 October 1873

Pulaski CUizch. ISy Citizen Printing Company, 1.. U'. M.COin, Kditor and Manager, U IX .M.h OUL), IxK-nl Editor. , THURSDAY, : . Of'T'R. 2, 1873. All Wool Mcriinw, Sritci-iirt, Em-pitt-t Cloth imd Muhair Alpacas at etv lurk J ris atlfl-il JiUMI-.NAf & LoVfcilAN'. Tlift Bent and lnrv'i-at ftm k of All. Vk1 Flannel-', Blanket A: SliwU tit . lOO I'iecos of best JeariK nuil ("aa gimiTH Ml Wholesale lrh-, at e;24-K ItOSKNAU & l.OVEM AS'S. - TI Best AxHortntent of Boys Youth' and Geiitloiiien' Clothing ever brought to town, at ne2l-4t Hook's at & I.ovkmas's. Latent Stiletto! G?hU' aud IloyV Hat St KOSK.VAI- t Lovkwas'b. T. M lien & Soii'm. of l'litlndelphi:!, Ludi-i' and Uetsta' Boots mid Shoe, at :'l4-4t lkOMKNAl- fc Ixivt.w an"b. You'iy; & Kolfs are evllin-r Clu up StOVPJI AT COST AND I.KHS, tjllt It J'OU want a good Stove you have to lmy the Chartkr Oak. It U the hi-M. In th laud, and we defy anybody to produce lU ejuul. Every boIy knows that. L. fcoenati & Bro....

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. — 2 October 1873

Tha Cotton Crop of 1873. We ara in receipt of advanced sheets of the cotloa crop report of the New Tork Financial Chronicle, ' for the cot ton crop of 1872-73. , 8 learn from it that the total crop this year .to JSeptem Wt reaches 8(30,568, bailc; exports 2,679,98(J bales ; home consumption, 1.201,127 bales ; Jeaving stock on hand of 90,989 hales at the close of the year, The total receipts at the Atlantic and 1S A II..' been ' 3,651,816 ' bales, against 2, 732,286 bales last year. If now we add the shipments from Tennessee and else where direct to man nf actnrers," we" have the following as the crop, statement for the two years ; Tear ending st. t. , 1871-73. l7I-7i BeceJpts st the skipping iorU baiea 3,051, 34 3,731,284 Add siiipluenta from Teuu- aee. eta direct ta mutifab - . turers... ........ ...... lil.SoO 122,065 y Trrtai:...h:.f..... 3,7W,8 2.W4.351 Manufactured south, nut In cluded in above 137,602 130,000 Total cotton crop for the year, -b"'" rV '-;- 3,930,50$ 3,974,351 .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. — 9 October 1873

THE CITIZEN. L. "W. McCerd, Proprietor. 4, The jencil marks you see around this paragragh (thna) mean that your sub seription is out or ncpaitl, ani that you are requested to pay up at once. We would take great pleasure in extend ing credit to our frieLds aud patrons, but ea-h alone wifi pay expenses, and we are forced to adhere to a strict cash rule. We hope you will comprehend aud frpprceiate the necessity of raeh a course, and renew your subscription without, delay. We solicit yonr favor. SiTWe entrr no new names on oar books without tbe money in advance. OUxcm Xortheaat corner of the Square, Up Stair. Tu or nunraimox: Two IolUi iwr Aniima, iu Advauce. or rnuu urn imuiiuio: tack. I mo. I mo. I mo. mo. It mo. One afpiare... j .111 f 4 ro jjm a oo io oo -U iU y.' :;jii;u-.'uJ i L1 T"vo etiiarra Three Miuiimi..., 4 Ul S Ul (0 Ul 10 00 12 00 20 00 Ml h in IU IIM 1- IU 11 Ul 2n ut 10 ou 12 00 11 IU J I (10 as ti u u i ets -6 on 40 on tul (JO 75 O) IU) Ul rotir Riiur-.. .... Oim-. four...

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. — 9 October 1873

f&hc iJtihshi (Fitizcn. By the Citizen Printing Co. I. -V. MiCOKD, Editor and Manager. L. X. McCOHD, Ax iatc, 'THURSDAY. : OCT'U. 9, 1S73. t3f Obituaries and tributes of res pet t Dust bo accompanied with the cushat the into of one cent per word to insure Insertion, tf. To the everlasting dl'jrrnce of the U. K. Government, four of the kix con demned Modoc were handed on the 4th. Capcidn Jack, Blac k Jim, Boston Char lie and Schonchln, were executed in the presence of their wives and children. Burnoha and Slutiix were reprieved- t3f Doiuildaon, the n-rouaut, accom pnnied by two fools named G. AVnh. Lunt and Alf. Ford, attempted a bal loon oyage to Europe Inun Brooklin on Monday. The Aerial car fioated to North Carolina, wag caught in a g h', tpilled the voyagers ami escaped. At last account it had not been captured. flT The deaths from yellow fever at Memphis on Sunday reached over fifty ; on Monday 37. The prevent cold weather Is favorable, and it in hoped the disease will rapid...

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. — 9 October 1873

Palasld Citiaon. Bit Citlztn Printing Company. I,. XV. McCOHD, Editor and Mniwgcr, I. D. McCOKI, Ixxal Kditor. THURSDAY, OCT' R. 9, 1S73. on! gtsr. All Wool Merino. Sateetu, Ein-pn-a (.'lnllix and Mohair Ap;toa, at New York Prices, Hc2t-lt JiOSKNAtJ A I.OVKMAX'a. Tii I-t nnd larjtol Mock of All Wool Flannel, blanket & Shaw l nt ii'24-4t' KoHtM.iu A Lovkmam'm. lOO XI'h of l'st Jean and Cft aimem HI Wholesale Price, at e2l-4t JSosKKAW A liOVKMAN'aV. 'TUfi lie! Assortment of Boys 'Youths and OentIeiuen' Clothing ever brought to tow i), at 24 It tobEAi' & Lovr.atAN's. Latent Style nt Gents' nnd Boy' Hat at ICo-iknac & I.ovuus'b. T. Milen & Son's, of Philadelphia, Ljidiea' and Gi-ntx' Boots and Shoea, at eJ4-t Kosk.nai' A Lovemam'b. Notice. . All perann indebted to me ninat come forward and nettle hy the 2lh of Octo ber, or they vclll have to aetfie with un IHocr. Kt2-3t. C'lIAS.JJOUSSOX. Fineat stock of Cigar and Tobacco ever In the city nt Oct. a. aw. ciias. moussows. U...

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. — 9 October 1873

) TEH SAKDT?rn FISHEP.Y, ' - .tw wrt.M arc iWpaatd tor th . The sardine fishery, with all its at tendant industrial" activities, is one of the important business featnres' of ' the ooaat of Franoe. There are indications, however, tliathcae toothsome little fish fare either, beoomicp tcarcf trlc easily caught than of aforetime ; for the yield grows leas every yarbotb in the ag gregate quantity obtained and the aver age catch per boat. The fishery is pro secuted from April till October, and f urnishee f mployment to pome 20,000 aallors; witli their 3,840 ! boats on the water, and some : 18,000 men, -women and children on land, in preparing the fish for market. Every year shows a diminution' in the catch am an advance llntksA rm.:.. - . i , ... Amu xa buuwn Dy a table recently pnbliahed by the American Grocer, which gives the figures or the ardioa fishery for the past thirty years, and exhibits the Annual decline in quan tity caught and the corresponding ad vance in market price. Where...

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. — 16 October 1873

THB CITIZBN L. T7. McCord, Proprietor. Office Nunhci! uvuBTcf the Square, Up Stmlra. tkhii or fBM--KirTiox: Tww Oollsf r Allium, i Adrnuoo. CPAOB. H'j. 3 lue. mo. c mow 13 mo. One eqiaro..... Two tliar-... Tliree si'mie:i.. Four viunri one-fourlh 'tie-Hi i ril ol.. otie-,n)r i i,i Mi - I 2 .-) 4 (- M 0 t (O 00 10 00 f. 'i & CO 10 10 CO JO 00 12 00 H IO Jl u) -.. f.l 10 , I., ui 1 'Jl iu lu I" IO 15 uu a ui S3 U) 4 () fc. UI ia ut . S (Hi 40 01 EES LIFE AND KIXE. r OOKKIK UCi FT. JOWN. To-morrtw will pome, ana the nun mT ulihie. Aud the heaven be Uue, and the day divine " And the earth and Uy rimy bIiik tocetfaf-r ' Of the (flory and fiy of toe auinmer weather. lt it come ith the Ban, or coma with the ahower It will btinrf in itn round the f-i.l hour That I proruiM(d to yield to wifo'e aweet claim J uio nerce joyn ana Ita rerered aim. To-morrow will come ; and yet, and jet, 1 trrnif!' to see y.,u fldra sun net; "ftromWetouM the dim etarllrrht atrenirthen, I tremble to awe the gny...

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. — 16 October 1873

Of Viihshi (Wizen. By the Citizen Printing Co. Xi. "W. TSIoOOIilJ, K.lilor nod Managur. r.. 1). Mc COKU, AaMCiatc. THURSDAY. : 0(TR. 1G, 1873. t2T Ouitiiiiriciind tributes or respect must be accompanied with tlie cash t tlie rate of one cent per word to insure Insertion, tf. tJf" Ex-Preident Johnson arrived at Washington on the 13tli. He decline to make any public announcement ol LU puriKes, but will have wjiuetbinjr to gay before he leaves. The Surrutt a&'itir n doubt le.-s the cause of his pres ence in Washington now. A Nashville Tragedy. Mr. R. M Ilii-hartl, proprietor of the Acailemy of Music, Nashville, was shot and instantly killed in front of his tlie- atre at 2 o'clock on Man lay last, by a man named .lames Il.i in. Kit-hard will lie remembered as having tilled an engagement here m-vend years ago with Leo Hudson. A sister's seduction is the alleged cause of the killing. . tjf'Tho (inancial panic is gradually subsiding, u nd money is raid to be get ting easier. Cincinnati...

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. — 16 October 1873

I! JL m ?-T s fix i iron )ttf Citizen Printing Company. J.. W. MeCOItl, Editor and Minnow, I- D. McCOIlD, Leesd Editor. 1 l .- -1 -' - 1 THt'nsnAY,-; : O'TR. 10, 1S73. All Wool Merinos, Sateens, Em-ft-8 Cloth and Mohair Alt-ae.-is, . JuVw York l'rh-es, a. v21-.lt Kok.sau & Lovkmak'b. Tim liefct and largest stork of All IVool r'hiimeU, lilitnkel' oi Sli.iwN nt .21-4t. JtOMKN aU & Loviman'8. lOO Piece of heft Jeuii and Ca siliirrs ill Wholesale 1'rh-e, at ?it-tt KosKMAU it LoVKMAK'S. Th I1hi Assortment of Boy' Youth ami Gentlemen"? Clothing hit brought to tow i), at 24-4t KtmKWAL' & I.OVtMAK'f. Latent St j le of Gents' nnd Boys' llfttS at iiOKNAU & LOTtMAS's. T. M lien & Sdii'n, of Philadelphia, Ladies' and Gents' Hoots and Shoes at -2 ttt KOSEXAI' & LOVEMAJT'S. Cotton Scel Wanted. The highest market priee will lie paid lit l.'ah tor Cotton Seed delivered at our boiUe In 1'uiaKkl, or ty the car load at any ctutioii oa the railroad. -2t-4t . J. A. Foatkm A Bko. ...

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