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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 November 1873

CLOTHES AlfDTHETGS A Bibd m a Polosaisb. I saw a bird, eeterclsy, in an elegant steel-colored polonaise of two shades, with black trimmings. It was perfect in out and combination ; and if he would but have staid twittering on my apple-tree long enongh for an artist to catch his style, I wonld have sent to the Bazar a fall fashion which should have bewildered even the belles of Broadway. Gail Hamilton. Tot Color of the Season. The pre diction that blue wonld be the popular color of the season is more than verified, for already blue suits have become "common" on the streets. Ladies make a mistake in selecting bine shades that are too light and bright; unless the bine Is as dark as indigo indeed, scarcely more than bine-black it makes a commonplace costume. The long dark blue polonaise, fastened by silver or steel buttons, and worn over a black silk skirt, is a favorite costume for morning and afternoon walks, traveling, eta Camel's hair, water-proof cloth, or cttshmere is selected for...

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. — 27 November 1873

LOOK! . X The pencil marks you see around this par jragh (thus) tneaa that your sub scription is out or unpaid, and that you aie requested to pay up at once. We would take great pleasure in extend ing credit to our frietds and patrons, but cash alone will pay expenses, and we are forced to adhere to a strict cash rule. We hope you will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of fmcu a course, and renew your subscription without delay. We solicit your favor. WWe entr no new names on onr Kxiks without tha money in advanoa. TicRUN or IDRM-Rirriov: Two Oollms prr Amimn, In A tl a nee . kaiui or rmtt run auvkktuuicu : pack. 1 Din. 2 djo. t mo. A ruo. 12 mo. THE CITIZEN L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Offlc Northeast coruorof tlie Square, Cp Stairs. Iflff it' I j! I ! If! 11 I IB i 1 I I I It Our sfpiare Z Hi i 4 nil f S 00 f t 00 1 10 (JO Two jiiar-... 4 ix) g i) id 10 00 20 00 Tbri' iqUBrw.. () a no 10 on 12 00 II 00 l-'our miuarcH a i) jo (i J2 0U 15 U) ?& 04 Our f. niili ,! Illdi (i l-i...

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. — 27 November 1873

g7r fjnhski (Mizcn. By the Citizen Printing Co. "VV. IVIoCOliR, Editor ami JIuKr. It. X. McCOltD, A.MX I1H.-, THURSDAY, : : XOV'11.27, 1873. SC1IKDUI-.E. S. & I. & . S. U. K., Decatur Div'n. Mail train ttoutli 11 :0:J a. m. " north 7 :3S a. m. Ex prca 'rain north 8:45 p.m. Freight " " 4:30 a. m.,'. :10 p.m. " " noutli, 5:13 a.m., 2 :15 p.m. Local freight arrive 6 :30 p. m. " " ill-part S :50 a. M. M. & V. 11. It., AT IKCATI It. Mail train east 9:47 P. M. " " wet 12:08 a. m. f5y Ohituariciiaiid trihutes of respect must he accompanied with tlie cuhIi at tho rate of one cent per word to insure insertion, tf. t2TThe Spanni.li cabinet are in a dilllcult dilciua. If they accede to the demand of tlic U. S. Government, tlie Cuba volunteers will revolt, and if they do not, they will probably have another war on hand. t2T Ho Tweed, the great Xew York city enihezcler, who robbed the city by appropriating over a million of tlie city fund, ha been found guilty on tlfty four counU 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. — 27 November 1873

11 Pulaski Citizen. Hij Citizen feinting Company. I.. XV. M.COUI, Kditor and Maiur, I,. I). M.COltn, Local Kditor. TUt'USli V. : XOV'R. 27, 1873- Violin Tor Sale. One i.f the lined violin ever in (iilc 'Kimty for side cheep Apply nt thin of 11. -e. 'I iif niu-r Is coin h-I !mI to 1ik(! to other music nml oilers it at le- than hull its vstltic. l-if" I :m )iiiiii-g:tii u.-is lined $25 Mini iokIs liy K-ir. A l.crn:ithy hist Siitliriliij lor :i --:i i il t i 1 1 inn hcittlno u German miim-d i'.ontclcy. Tliunkhi vln: Service. . v. Dr. Strmliy will hold Tliankn "Jvlu;: service nf the Episcopal Church on Thursday (to-iluy) nt 11 o'clock a. in. J'-ifi1' Our friend Theo. Kiclinrdson, with llillililiton, N'ltdiville, Inn ln-eil in iIkm Ii v .m vrr.il days! l-'rt-sli OywterH. The Ircslieit, hest ami cheupcst i-i tin; 111:11 ki t, direct from Norfolk, kept all ilininj; th season at n27-;i VOSS". IC-eliious. Itcv. II. A.. I ones, itl Ilarlsx ille.Teun., will liolil a scries of ini'i tins at tin...

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. — 27 November 1873

POPULAR SCIENCE. Bra Guns. The Prussians fatter themselves: that they have the most powerful gnus in the world in the" re cent specimens added to their artillery as siege guns. Their performances are remarkable. With a charge of 125 pounds of powder they project a cast iron shell of 600 pounds with an initial Telocity of 1606 feet per second, which is said to have never been attained be fore by any rifled (ran. At a distance of 1200 paces, or 988 yards, these guns send the shell clean through a 14-inch armor plate and backing. Candles feom Vegetable Wax China annually exports large quantities of vegetable wax to England for man ufacture into candles. It is obtained from tliree different species of trees or shrubs, being an exudation caused by the puncture of an insect. In time, this exudation becomes dry and pow dery, resembling hoar-froRt, in which state it is scraped off, and the crude material freed from impurities by spreading it on a strainer covering a cylindrical vessel of bo...

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 December 1873

THE CITIZEN L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office Northeast corner at the Square, Up Btaira, TKHUS OK HUHHCKIPTIOX: Two lllr rr Annum, a Advaute. IUTES Of rBICKS FoH ututuikii; bpack. 1 mo. 2 mo. X mo. c no. J J mo. me squaro 2 so f 4 OU 1 Ul 00 f 10 UO I no ftiillHrea... 4 (U BO i.i ui (mi wm Tno ftmiHrt-ji.. Ttire admires.. a uo 20 oo IK) 8 UO Id (XI I ." U r. i.i f uo to o i: oa i la i'i i: (it 11 .it i ii :i' i.i 10 Ul 12 In (u ISi (l It 00 I u--fourth t'ol. MH 1 tiii .1 ( Otie-iiHif ! One v'ol . IS ou UU ) OU 4 Ul i on - i on M a 74 ( Ifcn or THE SPANISH ADJUTANT. t WILUi o. ITODSilD, "Nines yostM-rlas- morning, how do It run T I have It. There I Huoot hlra. Forty-one, Only boy. aud a itiliir, too. Lad T Well, sergeaut, hurry It through. "Count t Of counts. Bi.t what's the need. When every aoul if tha fouls must bleed t Forty-two I An there any more ? I waa hair afraid they would stop at four. "forty-three. How hla head wunt down ! Another aailor from bi-el to crown. KiikIIkIi, too,...

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 December 1873

lly the Citizen I'riuling Co. I. "W. McCORD, Editor and Manajnr. Ij. T). IMi COIlD, Aociiitc. THURSDAY, : : DECK. 4, 187.'i. SCHEDULE. A. & D. A G. S. K. K., Decatur Div'n. Mail train south 11 Mi a. m. " nortli ... 7 ::! a. m. Express rnin north 8:45 p. M. Freight " " 4 -30 a.m., :10 p.m. ' " south, 0 :4.i a. m., 2 :1 5 p. M. Joenl freight arrives 6 :30 i m. " ' depart X :50 a. m. M. & C. Ii. Ii., at Dkcati.u. Mail train east . . : v. si. west 12 :0S a. m. tSf Obituaries ami tributes of respect must lc accompanied with the cash at the rate of one cent per word to insure Insertion. tf. President Menage. We have received the President's Message, but too lute for publication in this issue, or for any comment. We shall publish it in full next week, and permit our readers to do their own comment! ii :r. t2TDr. Muusey preached in Frank lin last Sunday, and will lecture at Tu lip street Church, Edgefield, to-night, and Kim street Church, .Nashville, Sat urday night. Thence he goes ...

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 December 1873

Fulnsld Citizen. , t'itixvn I'riMting Vatnjuint. I.. V. Mc n:l, Editor ami Manager, I,. . Md'OKI), IHiil Editor. Till IISDAY, DEC U. 4; 1873. gat?. Violin for Hale. One of the finest violins ever in Gilea county lor s:ile cheep. A jjtly at this of lloe. Tim owner is compelled to dance tfi oilier music and otTera it at It's than hull iu valin'. ISf" I'.i.)i.p Qiiint;tnl'i4 next visitation in J"ul.i.ki will embrace the 4th of Feb ruiiry. - - Iff" Hurea brought very little money ut public xale on thu bfjuaie Monday. It is the wronj scanon (or buying. hrUtums iri'SL'iit. for Children, at ii27-" Wi.s'siiip'H Jkwkliiv fvroKK. l.OS'2 Laics of cotton weicship- M.-d from I'uhi.-ki during laot week up to Saturday niht. It?" A wading company wuh belngor :mi.ed in Gilea to while over to Cuba and demolish the Spaniards In case of a all lu-'iug made by Emperor (irant. Elegant Wine S'Ut Cologne Sets, for 4'ah Only I at n27-5 Wi.NSHip'ii Jkwklky Store. 2?" Captains Hani and Marshall arc up to tlicl...

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 December 1873

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Castor On for Corns. The South ern Medical Record aaya that castor oil applied to the corn, after paring closely, each night before going to bed, softens the corn, and it becomes as the other I flesh. Good Fit ceo Cakes. Take one cup of sugar, two eggs, one tablespoonful of butter, one teaspoonful of soda, two teaspoonfuls of cream tartar, one cup sweet milk, and stir in flour until thick enough. Snowtxak Cream. Take four heap ing tableapoonfuls of rizena, three of sugar, a few drops of essence of al monds or other flavoring extract, with two tableppoonfuls of fresh butter; add one quart of milk ; boil 'rom fifteen to twenty minutes, until it forms a smooth substance, though not too thick ; then pour in a mould or cups previously buttered. Serve when cold, with cream, or any kind of stewed or preserved frnits. Mikck Msat. Tl ree and a half pounds of good chopped beef, a pound of raisins (half of them chopped, the other half left alone), the same quan tity of enrrant...

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 December 1873

THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office N'orlhc&j-t cornurof ilic&inare. Up Stairs. TKUMHOK MUllM-kll-TlO.X : Tvu loir -r Auuuni, l Adrauu " rsics for ADvcBTinsa: ' nio. 1 mo. S uio. e oia. It mo. On strusre f J 50 4 IX (u III!) 1 10 UO J wo ftuiisre 4 m r.i . ... ... v Two square.... 4 (u IU 1 ri I -e sqilfcrias.... 6 uu Four lujiiKreM 8 ill Uiie-fmirih Col., lu ui iiiie-ilnrl l . i til Omt-lirtlf (.'ui...... -i Ou wui.H... -Ju ui 10 till ft in) 10 uu 11 IJII 18 'Jtl III lu UU 12 00 IS IU J I Si Oil 4U IU 12 00 IS ou 24 0U SO 00 4 II b III 11 00 a on 40 a U OS 76 m lin m X 0 F.r?. BT JOMjl'I.f MILLER, There on who stood by the waters on v With the atam on tux hair, and the here of the mwiD Broken up at her feet by the bonutiful boon Of extending old tree who did questioning grieve " The bird they go over us two and by two ; The mono la mated ; ln bnde tn the bonghs Hit burnlnif hia babe, and his iMMlnnatA vows Of love you may hear thorn the whole day through. " There ...

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 December 1873

(The Jithski (iiizcu. Hy the Citizen Printing Co. I. AV. Mi COKD, K litor and M ma-cr. Ij. 1. McCOim, -oi iiii.', THURSDAY, : : DECK. 11, 1873. schedule. .. A I. it S. ii- JJ-, Decatur Div'n. Mail fc Kxjiress south . .U :n: r. m. J'asscimrr train " I:43r. m. Mail train north ... 7:12 A.M. Expre-s ruin north :!. 1. M. Freight " ' S -)s r. m., 7 :3d a. m. " " .south, 0 a.m. ,.:.-,() i-. m. Local freight arrives ." :(( i M. " " deians . . S :K) a. m. m. c. i:. Mail train east . " " wot K., at ATI K. !i:tOr. m. 12 :15 a.m. E3f Ohitnaries ami tributes of respect must 1m; accomiaiiicd with the cash at the r.ito of one cent it word to insure Insertion, tf. The Sj.uii-h iitiestion has again assumed a jK-iicifiil a-nctt. It is now stated that Spain will have no ifdlicnlty in currying out the terais of the proto col ami that the Cohan have reconsid ered their foolish determination to re sist. t2H The proceedings ol Congress are In no way startling or remarkable for anything la partieiiLr, ix ...

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 December 1873

Ity Wizen l'rintlny Company. I. V. MKf, Editor ami Manager, L. l. Mc'OUl, Lot-ul Kditor. THI IISDAV. : DKCR. II, 1873. Violin 1'orSal'. Out: of the linput violins evvr in iilerf om.ly for nali- cIippii. Aly nt this of-ttt-. The owner h 'OinM:llt'i1 to dance to other iniiHii: and ollVri, it ut lea than hull ILh value. ti5fTlicy call it four luilcfl from I'ijK.ct to Iii'llicl, whii li may tc true, but it U at li'ii't x of the longest miles w rvcr travciMal from IScthcl to lro- KCt. ( lii Utiua-i pri-M-iitri for Children, at ui- WiNhini-'H Jkvvki.hy Stokk. t? VVe noticed In our recent trip to Bethel that very little cotton remains In tlm fields u ii pic kci I. We were informed that aowe lloliU in that country made a bale to the acre.. Klj;ant Wine Sets, Cologne Kct-, for Cahii Only 1 at irJ7-.r Winship'h Jkwklky Stokk. VfS Circuit court 1h hUII in hskhhj In I'ul.'tf ki. A groat many imortant have )mh-m diMoapd of, Including aevcral against the N. A 1. It. It. for damages. . 4 Handsomes...

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. — 11 December 1873

PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. ConrtwL4 front Firtt Pajr. ommetidat-on for a etuiu to be taien in 1375, to whit subject the aiteoiioo of coDtrowu inTitAd. The original ssReauoa ia liiar be half has met with the general approval of the country and Ten if it be not deemed edrwable at present to provide for a regniar quinquen nial census, a eeruras taken in 1375, tbe report of which would be completed and puLlnibed before the on hundredth uiijerrT of oar iadepeodeac, woail be'especially u,ieremg and valaabie as showing' tna proereea of tbe oonntry (hmng the first century ' ocr fcaiion al exutor.ee. It ia belie red however, that a regTilar terustia every five year won d be of snbetAntiai ben efit to the coon try, inasmncb. a oar growth hitherto has been ao rapid that the r teaks of the decennial onuses are necessarily unreliable a a basis of estimatee for the latter rears of a decennial period. TUX HOtUCI-MOU JOBS. Coder the very efficient management of the governor an 1 the beard of pnblic worts ...

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 December 1873

THE CITIZEN, L. TST. McCorci, Proprietor. Office Northeast corner of the Square, Up Btalre. tkum or mv BacKimoai t lollare per A nun m, fx. Inn Advaa&ca. katu or m w km rom iDvicarimjio : bpack. 1 mo. a mo. t mo. mo. Hi On T1"' ... Two -l uu r--. T 1 r n-jtt.rvji. J-'our niiiir i .. Cnt-r"tii Lh Col.. I itie-thint (ol.. Oiie-iinll' C'oi..., Out t J 60 4 00 00 ft lu 10 Ol 12 10 at UJ I I no e oo 10 uo 12 oo IK to 20 00 0B J to t 06 10 on 12 00 11 (JO 25 00 HO 00 00 W 00 t 10 00 20 00 ia oa 2 oa 40 M to 0 74 ot uo oa ou o 10 00 1A (.) 18 00 '.iO (U (U l LUKE. IS COLORADO PACK, 1873. BY BRIT IIAHTK. Wol'u that yonr Tfdin'T ft novel? A novel well aoro my a Kin i You uian grown fciit bearded, and tiUtiug inch blutT About gn and their weethearta ! No wonder hi M t:m ill Look at m I elar two hundred I aud never read yun re turn ex a kuife, one in my lire. Thafa nty opinion o' novels, itiund herr. And e to their lyiu They hlotij-d to the Jdff daughter the Jedjre who cttine up lat yar On...

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 December 1873

(The jjJtihthhi CjitizaL liy the Citizen Vrlutimj Co. 1. "V. JIiCOHI), KJlUir un.l M.inuk-cr. J j. 1 ). MoCOItD, Aotlitt. TIIUIISDAY, : : DECK. IS, 1873. scii:crUL'C. 4 A D. A J- S. J-'- I f'' t"r I'Vi'. Mail it Express V2:Ol i-. 10 : l' : ': a. M. l':is.-oiifr-r iriuli " Mail trail! north v.vi,ri-.s ml itoilli M. M. M. Knight " " S:lil i'.m.,7:;0a.5I. " .-oiiLli, :l:i a.m.,U 1-..M. I,oc:il freight ai rives ." :('0 i M. ui jj.-irl -i . . S :) a. M. M. A C. K. Mail triil n 'ast . " wet .11 IU'-CAI I K. 0:-i' ) i'. m. 12:...' a. M. 37" Col. Dent, rather of Jlr. C.rant, died at the White House, Washington, on theliUh, lu his 8-th year. rS," Obituaries and tribute? of respect innxt .lit! in coin nunicd with the cash at the rate of one cent per word to insure insertion. tf Those who want to avail thenr Helve of oiirclubing propositions must do o w ithout delay if they want to have a chance In t he disi ributinn of prizes on the 1st of January. Lr. It. A. Young added O.LHJO to tin endowme...

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 December 1873

1 UJLUVt. llUXii . Citizen l'riittiiif) Cumpany. L. H'. M ( I)1M, Editor and Manager, I- l. Mi( OKI, I.oral Editor. tiii:ksiay. : DKCU. IS, 1873. Violin for Sale. One of the finest violins ever In Giles county for Mult ehee. A 'i'!y at this of lin1. Tin1 owner N eon i pelted to diuice to oilier iii nsic ami oilers it nt les than liall ils value. 'iirislmas Toys ami Stationery at delM-lt. (;. A. I'UI-K'8. t-ii" K'-nts are liijrli in Pulaski mid dwellings sear e. It is strange that some of our tu'il:ilists don't luild a nuiiitier of cottage ami mnall dwellings for rent. -----. Ciirihtnias Ciift t Tlte prettiest stock of toys at NU.M1TEK A LACEY'S. The fanners are still hriiiijinfr in their eoiioii, iiotvvitlistandiiir the low figure al. which it rules. The square has been i. ci i il with huoih all the week. - - . . . Christmas reents for Children, at ii-'7-."i Winsiiii'h J.vkluy .Stork. The Nashville, anil Decatur Iia.il rnad sicnds all Its net eftrnlii;; having new time tallies print...

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 December 1873

CLOTHES AND THING! S. German Idba. Clothe, eays a Oerrnnii professor, have given individ uality, distinction, social policy. Clothes Lavo made men of ns. All hn raaa earthly interests aro hooked np and buttoned together and held up by clothes. Th Mokam op Ciajtueh. Thete are oertaip moralists in the world who labor under the impression that it is no matter what people wear, or how they put on their apparel. Bach people cover themselves np, they do not dress. No one doubts that the mind is more im portant than the body, the jewel than the setting ; and yet the virtue of the one and the brilliancy of the other are enhanced by the mode in which they are presented to tho senses. L.et the woman have every virtue under the sun, if she is slatternly, or even inappropri ate in her dress, her merits will be more than half obsoureJ. If, beingj young, she is untidy, or, being old, fantastio or Hlovenly, her mental qualifications stand a chance of being passed over with in difference. Cliambers...

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 December 1873

THE CITIZEN, L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office North cut corner of the Square, Up Stairs. " or uucumojt: Twi Dollar per Annwm, In Adrauu, btks or raicas n urauioM; SI-aCS. 1 mo. 3 ino. a do. e mo. 12 1 On nire t to f 4 0 Two suars.... 4 oo ID Three squares. t to 1 10 Kour K1UIIW 8 uu 10 ou One-rniirih t'uL. 10 Ul is (ju fno-ibirit I ol.. -j io hi One-naif Col...... 1.1 oil m (U On .., ,, ai uo ai l 6 00 I'lao I K CO 10 00 SO OS in on a m) i 10 12 00 15 UJ S 00 3u 00 4 00 L US 00 its ua o at to o 74 : PAHTKOi BY JOAQCIS ULUI. We part a ships on a pathless main, tiaily f nougli, for the aenae of pain Is aaieep at first ; but ghosts will aria When we would reoe, anil the forma will come And walk when we walk, and will not be dumb, Jior yet forgot with their wakeful eyes. When we mint need rest, and tbe perfect sleep, Borne baud will reach from tbe dark, and keep Tbe curtains drawn and the pillow toaa'd Like a tide of foam ; and oue will aay At ciKbt O bearen, that it were day I And od b...

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 December 1873

7 fftthshi f&itizcn. liy the Citizen 1'rinting Co. la. "VV. 3VlcCOIlD, Editor and Manager. I... D. MoCOItD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : DEC B. 25, 1873. SCHEDULE. X. &D.&G. S. B. K., Decatur Div'n. Mall & Express south 12 :04 p. M. Passenger train 10:43 p.m. Mail train north 8:42 a.m. Express raln north 8:40 p. m. Freight " " 8:04 p.m., 7 :30 a.m. " " south, C:13 a.m.,C :50p.m. I.ocal freight arrives 5 :00 p. m. " " departs 8 KKl a. m. M. & C. R. Mail train cast . . " west. R., at Dkcati.r. 9 :40 p. m. 12 :55 a. m. E2P Obituaries and tributes of re!! must be accompanied with the cash at the rate of one cent per word to insure Insertion. tf. There is to be a Soiree Dansantc at Mrs. Cox's Boarding House to-niorrow r.Inht. The vounsr men expect a nice time, and will doubtless have it. rfTTuere will be no paper issued from this office next week. Editors, publish ers and printers alike demand the week for ret and recreation. Our office will 1 be onen each day. however, (...

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 December 1873

Pulaski Citizen. Ill Citizen Printing Company. L. W. MeCOUD, EUitor and Manager, L. 1). Md'OliD, Ioenl Kditor. THURSDAY,- : DECK. 25, 1873. ANNOUNCEMENTS' OI'XTV Cot k T Cl.KlcK. We nre authorized to Miiiiouiief RICIIAUO U. l:Ki:i, a eainlhtute. for Cutinly Court Clerk of (iilen county at tlie o i -tj i rir election. DICK. Violin for Sale. One of the finest violin ever In Giles county for Hale cliff; Apply nt tills of fice, 'i'iie ow ner Is compelled to dance to other Iiiumc and oilers it at lens than half Its value. tW Hev. R. I,. Knan has mriliaxel the renideiicu of Dr. M. McCart7 In this Cl.ii.Una neMjiiIs for Child run, at n:i7-r Wixhiiii-'m Jkwelhv j-itokk. t2T Gile Keynolds walked Into town the. oilier morning on his educated ear. Klff ant Wine Si ts, Cologne Sets, for Cash Oxly! at n:i7-5 Winshih'h Jkwki.ry Stork. 139 Kvery puiK-r wo pick up tells about tliW being u very warm winter like the people didn't know it. llaiidxoineKt stock of goods for Clirl.st iiihh Presents at n'...

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