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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 December 1873

CLOTHES AND THINGS. Cheap Goods. The large redaction of prices advertised by merchants Las been met 'with doubt by many, but it is bona fide, and ib compelled by the scarcity of money. Experienced uliop pers and lovers of bargains are soon convinced of this when shown excellent calicoes for nine or ten cents a yard, and Wamsutta muslin at fifteen cents, while other standard brands are at similar low. prioes. The good result of simple styles is also now evident, when twelve or fourteen yards of double width woolen goods will make a olonaiHe and skirf., instead of the eighteen or twenty yards formerly used. Among other season able bargains are felt balmoral skirts, beginning as low as $1.50 for plain gray nntrimmed fckirts. The prettiest bal morals of the season are of deep blue or else crimson serge, cut 'very narrow, and trimmed with three or four narrow box-pleated rufiles, scarcely more than ruches, bound each side with braid, and sot on quite far apart. Woven merino petticoats, h...

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. — 8 January 1874

THE CITIZEN, LOOK! X Tha rtencil marks von ae aronnd this L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office Northeast oorusr ot lbs Square, Up Stair. caracTagh (thus) mean that your sub scription i out or unpaid, and that you are requested to pay up at once. We would take great pleasure in extend ing credit to our friends and patrons, but cash alone will pay expenses, and we are forced to adhere to a strict cash rule. We hope you will comprehend TKJIMM OF llfMCIimov; Two DalUn pr Auim, la Krtiu, utu or raiccs roa UTiKTf; pack. I mo. 2 inn, 1 mo. ma. it mo. One Kr I 1W 4 CM 1 u) tin ug 1 woiir..... 4 j im , u, j0 oil an and appreciate the necessity ox cu a eouree, and renew your subscription without delay. We solicit your favor. tTWe ent-r no new naias on cur books without the money in advanoe. 1 nirw i. am) lJ 10 (10 ft ii K 00 II 00 I Mir fourlh Cnl.. line lii'M Col.... Ous-iiMlf Cul.... Ons m i r. i in in in I 'J "0 l , an SO UU I Ul 4 Ul 5 a 1H if) 9 ug 4U u 0 P 7 m uo ur VOLUME XVI. PULASKI, TEN...

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. — 8 January 1874

TOL. IS the tjxjJsk:! crrizBW. 1 m 18 7 4. Hy ihc Citizen l'rintintj . 1 -V'. McCOH I), Kitit-r aud M-muger. X. UC'OliO. Awociale, THURSDAY, : : JAX'Y. 8, 1871. SC1U3PULK. A'. & I. & O. S. It. It., iXeatiir Div'n. NOW IS THE TIME ! At the beginning of the " Mail & Kxpre-snouth 12:01 r. M. l'asm-iiier train " 10 -11 Mail train north 8 : 12 a. m. V.YnrHH rain mirth 8 :40 r. M. Fr:i"lit " " H-.01 i. m.,7 :X) a.m. " " outh,G:13 a.m.,:50p.m. Local freight arrives 5 :00 v. M. " " depart 8 :U0 a. w. - - - r-- . ...;y . M. & C. 11. Mail train east, . " we.-t It., at Dkcattk. 0:40 p. M. a. m. New Year & New Volume . before the next issue of the rvriiv wr shall bo forced to I transfer our mail lint to a new lw,.,U film .11 one heiuii lull ami TO SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR C01LTY PAPER. For the Citizen. Deach IlilL It was' truly interesting to be present at Beach Hill Academy on the 2Cth inst. Prof. J. C. Roller, who has had charge of the school at that place for two years past, 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. — 8 January 1874

YOL. Pulasld Oitison. if Citizen Printing Company. L. W. McCOUD, Editor and Manager, L. 1. McCORD, Local Kdltor. TliniSIlAY, J A XT. 8, 1874. ANNOUNCEMENTS CUCKTT COOT (J.EKK. Wear authorized tu announce Richard K. (Dick). Kukd a candidate for County Court t lurk of Giles county at the ensuing ei.cuon. Wt are authorized to siinuuni-e J. Pol Abehnatht a candidate for Connty Court iorn oi mica couuijr at tne enituiug election Ma. KuiToa: l'luae announce to the r-uo pie l Imt I uiii a cundidule for County Court Clerk ol Giles county, mi will ba glad to receive tueir votea. It elm-tad 1 will erform the various duties of said o trice to the beat ol my ability. W ilium Hqctom. TAX OOLLEOTOB. Wa arm mi I hi.rilM.l tt .nnntm.u. Tauh W 1'iTTiKO a candidate for Tax Collector of lute county at the enwmng election. atomic a. We are authorized to announce Johk W. Dyhk a candidate for r election to the office ii Kugiittcr of Gilus county at the ensuing ciov-iinn. CIKCUIT OUIKT CLSHK. We are autho...

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. — 8 January 1874

11 USEFUL KNOWLEDGE.! ". CxnrKTs, PrsT and Disease. An &t- moephero impregnated with the dnst which has been gathered in carpets and remained there for a considerable length of time, is positively unhealthy. The dust, after being stagnant for some time, especially in warm weather, pre sents myriads of aninialculse. To pre vent the evil, the carpets should be cleaned often. The dnst should be re moved every month. The trouble of taking np, shaking and replacing, will be amply repaid, first, in the matter of health, and secondly, in preserving the carpet. We advise the good house wives (there are many) to make a note of this. New Remedies fob Cholzba. -French physicians, as a rule, hold to the fun goid theory of cholera, and one of their number has been experimenting with the carbolate of ammonia in cases of cholera, bo far, we learn, with en couraging success. One physician, Dr. Declat, looks upon carbolic acid as a prophylactic, to be used in the ordinary way of diet daring epid...

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. — 15 January 1874

THE CITIZEN, L. "W. HoOord, Proprietor. Office Northeast corner of the Square, TJp Stairs, tjckhi or (UBscurriov: Two noiiar per A mm mm, im A4thc, katcs or rucu roa lurumua t net. 1 mo. Imo. S mo. mo. 12 mo On soiare Tio eu,iiaree.... Three eui.aree . Kour no,tiai ea. .. ioe fourth CuL. One-third ol 'ii-.aif toi One "ol I VI 4 UU Ul 5 uj HI UI I. Ill 20 on ro oo in ns f UU ie oo i t oo IU JO 00 lj M IS uu u id i no 10 OU 12 Ul IS U UU 26 OO 40 IO II l& no sa oo HO 00 4 ou K OO 40 W to 0 76 US ISO Ig IN THE EVEirda All day the wind had howled along the lew. At) day the wind bad swept across the plain. it Y.f? ruf "'"8 ud waving treea .,P?d 'f'1"" lbe useful trouble of the rain." AH day beneath the low-bung, dreary sky. 1 he driving earth had cowered sulleny. At last the wind bad sohed itself to rent. At laat to weary calmness sank tlje storm, A crimson Hue gleamed sudden In the west, Where goii'en florka roe wavering Into form A hushed revival brrsldrd the night. And with the ev...

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. — 15 January 1874

3STO. 2 TOXj. is Pit jftfosii &hcn. liy the Citizen I'rintinff Co. 7J. "VV. 3HcCOItr, Editor and Manager. THURSDAY, : : JAYY. 15, 1S74. SCHEDULE. X. & D. & G. S. Ii. Ii., Decatur Div'n. Mall & Express south Pansen-rer train " Mail train iiurtli KxprcKS rain north Freight " " 8:01 p. " " KOuth, C:U A. Local freight arrives " " departs .12:04 P. M . .10 A3 p.m . 8:-42 A. W, . S : 10 r-. M m,7::0a.m. M.,( :"() p.m. . 5 :00 r. M. . 8 :00 A. M. 18 74. NO AV IS THE TIME ! At the beginning of the 51. & C. K. Mail trul u east. . " " west . 9 :40 P. 12 :5o a. The action of President Grant in re gard to the Texas dilliciilty, is just and wise, and coimuciidahlc. His letter to the uaurper, Davis, as published else where, does credit to the present Chief Magistrate of the Nation. New Year & Nev Volume TO SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR COUNTY PAPER. CS?" W. T. McCarley has retired from the Bolivar Jhiftfi'n.and Is succeeded by Cttpt. J. 11. Hubbard, who, aided by h'n associate, Mr. I...

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. — 15 January 1874

YOL. IS Pulasld Citizen. Ily Citizen Printing Company, L. W. McCOllD, Editor and Manager, I. D. McCOIlD,.Loeal Editor. THURSDAY, : JAN'Y. 15, 1874. ANN O UN CEMEIJTS CO CHIT COIKT CLKKK. We are authorized to announo Kiouastj R. (Dick; KtiD a candidate for County Court Clurk of Gilo, county the ensuing eJeution. W are authorized u tauouueo J. I'ole Auknatut a candidate for County Court Clerk of Giles count' at the ensuing election V. Kuituu: I'k-aMj announce to the pie that I am a candidate for County Court Clu:k ol Uilue county, anl will be glad to reeeive their votes. If elouted 1 will perform the various duties of said otiioe to the beat ol . my ability. William Hscstom We are authorized to announce Uamck II A ymxtt a candidate for re-election to the office of County Court Clerk of Giles couoty at me enduing election. TAX COLLCCTOB. We are authorized to announoe Jons W Pitt, no a candidate for Tm Collector of Giles county at the ensuing election. W . 1 1 . . . - c are autuorizcu t...

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. — 15 January 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. r J-lOMiTIJIT JBOQUJiTTES.To ft Cupful of hominy (Bmall-grained) add table- poonnu melted trotter and stir Lard, moistening, by degrees, with a cupful of milk, beating to a soft paste. Put in a teaepoonful of white sugar, and lastly, a well-beaten egg. Roll into oval balls with floured hands, clip in beaten egg, then cracker crumbs, and fry in hot lard. Very good. Indiaw Futed Cakes. Scald a pint of sifted corn-meal with as much boil ing milk or water as will make a very thick batter. Add a teaspoonful of ealt, and dredge over enough flour to form a eoft dough or rather paste. Make it into small round cakes, roll them in flonr, and fry them in plenty of boiling lard to cover them. When brown on both sides, split them open, butter them and send to table on warm plates. Chicken Jelly. Take a large thick en, cut it into small pieces; bruise the bones and set the whole into a stone jor, with a cover that will make it water-tight. Tut the jar in a kettte of boiling wate...

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. — 22 January 1874

THE CITIZEN L. "W. McCord, Proprietor. Office Northeast comer of the Square, Up Stairs. TKRMH or K1BM KI5TION: Two IK,llr per A i. .,, n Advwatg. I mo. 8 mo. i qiq. mo. 12 ma. To luitiMrea Three Miarea.. 4 m IO no 10 00 21) OC r tmr annul e- ijn rotu tti coil lnv(IOfd ( mii air One wui fc III 10 JO 11 iti in ai Ul tjl 4b 1A1 12 U) 16 U ZS 00 HO 'O 4 Cl 19 OC ? 00 n oc tu o 15 t io ur 1 . IIU 18 uu tu ial HOME. BT JOigUIM M JLLKB. 8"me leveled Mils, wall, a dome Tht lords It. ailded arch ant iio Wlilie at tta base a beggar cries For bread and die ; and Uiia is liome. Thou Rome that pouted, shrieked for room, To stretch thy llmli ! A hill of caves For wild brant, a they were and alavaa, Aud gyrmlea tent within thy tonb. A wolf-like stream, without a aonudv Hti a'a tDroutcb and hldre beneath the alinre, I'a awful secrets everinore Within its sullen botoui bc-und. Two lone palms on the I'alattne, A row of crprera, black and tall. With wlijte roots set in (atr'i Hall With route that roun...

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. — 22 January 1874

CITIZB1T. nsro. 3 The )nbrJti gjlizcn. liy the Citizen J'rintinff Co. Xj. "W. McCOKH. K-litur and MunKcr. Iu. T. McCrtllH. Associate.. THURSDAY, : : J AN Y. 22, 1874. SCHEDULE. Decatur Div'n. 1 8 7 NOW IS THE TIME ! At the bjrinrimg of the x. & i). & c. s. n. n. M:iil & Exprc-: south Passenger train " Mail train norlli Fix press M'ain nlt 1 Frciirht " 44 :0Jp " 44 south, 0:13 a.m.,C::")Ui Local frclirht arrives u :(KJ r- .12:01 r. m. , . lo : i:j r.M. . s -.42 A. M. . 8:40 p. i. m.,7::10a..m. Mi 1- ' 00'), C -.ar For the Citizen. Judge SpofTord's Lect ure, Jude 1L iLSpofford delivered a pub lie lnlr at Antoinette Hall on the evening of the 31st of December, to a large audience. 1 was present and lis tened to it with much interest, and the audience teemed highly entertained, for indeed the lecture was a literary treat, and showed vast erudition and consid erable study. The speaker entereu inw a reeien of thought that I. think, was i : i eat.1 new to niosi 01 uis ueureis, ...

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. — 22 January 1874

VOL.: IS CITIZEN". 3STCX 3 Pulasti Citizen. Jijf IStlzrn Printing Company. I.. vv. MeCoUD, Editor and Manager, I l. M. CORI, Ixx-iil Editor. THURSDAY, : JAK'Y. 22, Y6U. ANNOUNCEMENTS COUNTY COUBT CLKBK. We re aullmrizcd to annonnea KioHAao K. (Dick) Kxtd a candidate for Ccnnty tku c Clerk of Uiles county at thu ensuing election. Wo urn uulhorizod to announce J. Polk AhiKNATiit a cundidute for County Court 1 lurt of Oilea county at tlie ensuiug eluction Uu. Foiioa: -i'leaae nun ounce to the peo lt) llmt I am a cundidnto for County Court Clerk ol Miles county, aui will he glad to recvivo their votes. If eloetnd I will perform the various duties of said office to the beat ol my ability. William Hocstum. We are authorized to announce Uancs II. AtmilTT s t-aiididttlo for re-election to the olHce of County Court Clerk of Giles county at the unmiinir election. TAX CVLLKCTOR. We are authorized to announce John W. I'lTTian a candidate for Tax Collector of Giles county at the ensuing election...

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. — 22 January 1874

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Clove Uasket. boate tne cloves in brandy till softfned pierce them 'with holes an string them on wire intermixed with gay beads, and now form the bas ket to fancy. Ooldks PcDDisa. Six onncea bread crumbs, two ounces flour, one-quarter pound euct, one-quarter pound of or ange mrmalade, one-quarter pound eugar, three eggs, with Buffioient milk to mix : boil for two houts. Tosi's Ptddiso. One-half pound of floHr, one-half pint of molaHses, oue lialf pound snot, the rind and juioe of one large lemon, a little citron finely minced, two eggs, with sufficient milk to mix thoroughly ; boil three hours Cheap Sr-osan cake Pudding. Sojk three small sponge-cakes in a little milk, and mix them with the juioe and grated rind of a lemon, a piece of butter, a very little loaf sugar and one egg. Beat altogether, and bake half an hour in a quick oven. Crp FrDDiNe. Brat two eggo, strain them ; mix two ounces of flonr very smoothly with half a pint of milk, a dessert spoonful of sugar,...

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. — 29 January 1874

THE CITIZEN. "L. W. McCord, Proprietor. OtJleo Kurtbnt comer tif ILegquaro, Vg Stain. ' ' BL'MsCUII-TlOX: Twa 1 1 1 1 rm .. A . . , . ' " ...... m, in ai ranee ik or nticK ros iiiTuimxa: urACM. l mo, lino. 2 ma. mo. Ubjo One if iarf.. Tuo &iiHr.. Thn- i"iirea.. .'our i um it. Mm-I i(T;t ( d!.... oue-iimr coi...... 1260 14 (U I t ID tin t H 4 fl . ... "... ... .... - Jll W 11 to fl IX) u) 10 ill 1. IO n o" t 10 10 III I l .11 I (I I Ml CI l 00 111 l 2i 01) 4 ..1 . UU 1 . (Si 1ft Ui . 60 00 law 41 TIIK -IIAOOW OK UK4TU, Or Tll 4UTHOE OF "joua HALIFAX, ami .. Suggftal by Uolmaa Jfunt'i f,etmt a. Weary, half weary of the work of Iff. Tlw juat-bagun andnever-rndlug trlfr, , - . O boii ut Umtj 1 Jmo of Nararnth, the rri.u.-r, dod-glven, twenty ytan agm,,., to her, t ..... ""'herMrr. Jrctia, the Irrl' Anolntod, free from iu The Way, by whlcU a fur-off lir.vm we win. llie lior, trouKlt ll-t w nui a'l euter In, Christ, Bou of Mary, Our dam, Thon kn iwnit, ere abort and full of woes. ' " ...

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. — 29 January 1874

E3HH3 IFTTXxASBII CITIZE1T. ZLSTO- 4 YOL IS J M U M JpU jjltfashi ifiZ?tl.Judge Spofford's Lecture and &J nanus. By the Citizen rrintlng Co. Shall We Know Each There? r.. W. McCOHD, Editor and Manager. U. McCOltU. Associate, THURSDAY, : : J AST. 20, 1874. SCHEDULE. S. &D.&G. S. It. K., Decatur Div'n. Mail & Express south 12:04 p. M I'asfeii'rer train 10:43 r. M Mail train north 8 :42 a. m Exnress rain north 8 :40 p. af . Freight " " 8:04 p. M.,7 :30 a.m " south, 0:13 a. m.,C:50p.m Local freiirht arrive 6 :00 p. M. " 44 departs 8 rtX) a. m M. & C. It. Hail train eat. . " " we.t It., AT Dkcatur. 0 :40 P. M. 12:55 a.m. tW Cotton has been weak and weak ening during the past week. The best isonly ICeU in X. Y 14 In Nashville, and 13 in 1'ula.ski. Chang and Eng, tlio Siamese twins, died at their home in North Carolina, on the ICtli Inst. Chang died of pneu monia, and though Eng was appearcnt- ly well, lie also died in an hour and a half. A post mortem examination will ...

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. — 29 January 1874

VOL. IS V Pulasld Citizen, 7y Citizen Printing Company. I.. V. McCOKD, Editor and Manager, I 1). MeCOUD, Looal Editor. THURSDAY, : J ANT. 20, 1874. ANXJOUNCEIXE1JTS. CUCN1Y CO 1ST OtlU. Wear authorized to announce Kichasd K. lUin) KiitD a csnaidate for Count Court Clerk of Giles county at ths ensuing VlOCliOO. wear authorized to snnouuee J. Pols Awmitut a candidate for Conn It Court Clerk of Giles county at the ensuing election Ms. Kuiroa: i'lea. announo to tlie peo ile that I am a candidate for County Court Clerk ol Giles county, ani will be clad to receive their vote. If el.ieted I will perform the varioua dutioe of aail otiice to the beet ol my ability. William HoearoK We are authorized to announce IIanvb II A vmktt a eaodidute for re-eloctiou to the o trice of County Court Clerk of Giles county at me entiling election. ' We are authorized to announce Cuaslss A. Dkteb a candidate for Couuty Court Clerk ol Giles county at the ensuing election TAX CULUCTOZ, We are authorized to ann...

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. — 29 January 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. Asparagus a Cms fob Bhttmatism. A medical correspondent of an English journal ays that cases of rheumatism and gont can be cared by the free nse of asparagus, the active principle of the plant having the effect of neutralizing the lithio acid in the system, which is the cause of all inflammatory rheumatic ailments. The remedy is eimplo, and worth trying. Don't Givb Iikjt-ob to Children. One of the first literary men in the United States said to a writer, after peaking on the unbject of temperance : There i one thinp which, as you visit different places, I wish you to do every where : that is, entreat every mother never to give a drop of atrong dr.nk to a child. 1 have had to figbt, aa for my life, all my days to Veep from dying a drunkard, because I was fed with spirts when a liild, and acquired a taste for it. My brother, poor fellow, died a drunkard. I would not have a child of mine to take a drop of liquor for any thing. Warn every mother, wherever you go, never...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 5 February 1874

THE CITIZEN, L. W. HcCord, Proprietor. Office Northcaat comer of the Square, Up Stain. " OK aUJUCJtlFTIOX: Two Dollar, per Annum, 111 Ad vane. . mia or nuca tou auvaTiaio: 1 mo. z mo. t mo. mo. II ma One wriare 2M a 4 IN a & 00 a'aOO 10 0C 'I wo amiarm lui k 1.1 . ... '.7,7 S TliriM miimrof:.... t UO 0 oi J- III 1(1 00 29 00 1 7 UB a ' 10 J 1". i. 18 Ml 10 ou 12 M) 11 IU 211 IU r our aquar On-fi.iiii li C'i.l Diio-ilainl ( ol.. l:tf-i iilf t (jl I'u v'uJ . 13 110 is uu I 00 au UO 4 Ul L U) a i in in C 01 r. to 0 I ot ui i m u itj liO ID LOXORESSIONAL. In the senate, on the 20tli, po'ition were presented from the national board of trade f or a revision of the internal revenue laws ; enclosing the petition of the New York chamber of commerce for the prevention of commons at sea; protesting against any in frnaxe of the volume of currency ; asking that tbo national banking act he amended and imb iu volume ui iracuouai currency bo re duced. Tlio rousideiation of the finance res oluti...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 5 February 1874

"VOL 16 THE CITIZBU. nsro. 5 -1 i ' 1 1 i g7 jJitfaski (jtitizcn. By the Citizen Printing Co. L. "W. MeCOItD, Editor anj Manager. TL. T. McCOIlDi Aaaoclate, THURSDAY, : : FEB'Y. 5, 1874. SCHEDULE. S. & D. & G. S. It. II., Decatur Div'n. Mall & Express south 12 :04 p. m. Passenger train " 10:-13p. m. Mall train north 8 :42 a. m. Express train north 8:10 p. m. Freight " " 8:04 p.m., 7 ::W a.m. " " south, C:13 a.m., 6:50 p.m. Local freight arrives 5 :00 p. m. " " deparU 8 rf)0 a. m. M. & C. U. 11., at Decatur. Mail train east 0 :40 p. m. " 44 west 12:55 a. m. CASH OR NO PAPER. Every subscriber who neglects for refuses to heed the warning I conveyed by the pencil marks around the notice at the head of his paper when his term expires, may expect to it be discontinucu. The cash alone will enable us to print a paper worthy of Pulaski and Giles county. We hope therefore that no troe friend of the Citizen will ask or exrect us to credit him and vio lute this rule. If we make ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 5 February 1874

"VOL. IS TjEEIE CITI EsT. Pulaski Citizen. Jiy Citizen Printing Company, I,. V. MeCOItD, Kditor aud Manager, I.. I). MtCOKD, Wal Kditor. ThURSDAY, : : FEB'Y.5,1874 ANNOUNCEMENTS. count t count o We are authorized to announce Birhard K. (Llica) Kuu a candidate for County i.owri .ium oi onus county ut the ensuing election. NVeare authorized to unuuiicil J. PotK AbtHNATiiT a candidate tor County Court i. lurk or (nice county at the emtuing election Mb. Kkitor: rli?Re announce to the peo ) that I uni a ciindidnte for County Court Clork l (ii tea county, and will be glad to receive tiiuir eotee. it elocted 1 will perform tha variona duties of said ollice to the beat ot my ability. W illiam Hovrrow We are authorized to announce Uamcs II Aymitv a candidate for re-election to the office ot County Court Clerk of Giles county We are authorized to announce Chahlkr A. 1)zvir a candidate for County Court Jerk of Oile county at the enauing e'ection TAX COLLICTOI. We are authorized to announce Job...

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