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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 5 February 1874

- HOUSEHOLD " IIIXTS." Cckh fob CairBLAiNa. Tate beef brine an J heat aa hot as you can bor the feet in -t, and soak them half or three-quarters of an hour. It is an excel lent remedy. Beef Gxkes. Pound some beef that is underdone with a little fat baoon or ham ; season with pepper, salt and a little shalot ; mix them well, and aiake into email cakes three inches long and half as wide and as thick; fry them a little brown and serve them in a good thick gravy. Spit PrnDiNO Without Eaos. Take a piece of light-bread dough (on baking day) the size of a quart dipper ; flatten out on your molding-board ; add to this one cup of suet, one cup chopped raisins, one cup Ziato currants; mix together thoroughly and sit it to rise on a plat ; when light enough steam two hours. Excellent Recite fob Potato Soup. Take six potatoes, medium size, and one onion ; pare and put in one quart of water ; boil one hour and then strain through a colander, filling tip if the water has boiled away ; add a piece...

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. — 12 February 1874

' 1 it. THE CITIZEN. L. W, MoCorcl, Proprietor. Office Northeast corner of the Sqnare, Up Stairs. or CBfKxirriox: Uollsr-s per Aim Mm, n IV Arrant. " 0 UTUTUUa. sacs. mo. 1 mo. j mo ( m."1 On eiMar f 2 60 loiurj 4 lu Three UKr..w c in KiMir MtiArv , g oy a-frurlt ),) ai One-thinl t ol. i; io i,-uiir jt (,, in . ji U1 t I 00 u 10 00 11 u 1 (U 2n (O 4U 141 00 la wt u u s w u no 4 m COXO RES STOXA L. In the senate, on the 27tli, petition wore predated from soldiers of the lata war, Viug for additional bounty. The senate proceed to the conaideration of the resolution providing for creating a comtniesion of fire persons, to examine and report to oougrH. hat Icgialatiou is rtKitnred iu regard to inter state railroad, etc., provide for choaper trans portation, for tlie nfu'y ami comfort of pa MeugerH, for the reform of abit-ea. and lo pro mote the general efliciency of railroad iu . the iutare! of nminarceaud the convenience of the travel ng puhho. Mr. Morton addressed the reuate m favor o...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 12 February 1874

iro: e TOL -IS i i a . I I g7 gnhshi gitiznt. By the Citizen 1'rintiny Co. L. V. TMoCOIlD. E'liu.r and Manager. L. T). McCOltD, AMoemte, TUCRSDAV, : : FEB'Y. 12, 187i. SCHEDULE. A'.iD.A G. S. It. II., Decatur Div'n. Mail & Express south 12:04 p. w. Passenger train . . , 10 :43 p. i. Mail train north 8:42 a. m. Express train north 8:4)r. Freight " " 8:04 p.m., 7:30 a. " " south, 6:13 a.m., 0:."iO p. Local freight arrives 5 :00 p. " " departs 8:0 a. M. & C. II. Ii Mail train ea.t " " west ... AT DtXATI.'R. 0 :40 P. 12:53 A. X?" lrn Cameron of the Jachson Whi r ,fc Tribuue has concluded to o retire from the press. Tf The IJanner mxs our friend ami fellow citizen Muj. John S. Wilkes is not otilv a thorough going business man, but an artist. Ho has developed a talent far paint ing, ami some "of his pictures are pronounced very fine. ZiT A. the Maxwell House in Nashville not lonor since we saw a very tine portrait of He v. Dr. Sun- rip, and unou inquiry learned that it was the pro...

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. — 12 February 1874

VOL: 16: Pulaski Citizsn. liy Citizen Printing Coinjtuny. L. W. McCXlKD, Editor and Manager, I.. I). MK OILI), Lk1 Editor. THURSDAY, : : FEB'Y. 12. 1S74 ANiJQUNCi:Mi;irTS- iwirjtit o.iu. -Wore authorized to hdohdc Ricuako K. I Dm ) Kid a oantlidsle for County tUwl ('lurk of uilwi county at tba ensuing election. We are authorized to announce J. Pols: AkHTHt a candidate lor County Court i :er 01 oiiea connly at the enanmg election Mm. Eimtoh: l'lrbe announce to the peo plw that I am a candidate for County Court Clerk ol ilu con Iv. kill will De elaa to reucive their vote. If elocted I will perform tbe nrmiii. duties of aaiil otlice to tbe beet ol my ability. Wiluk llotmx. We uru authorized to announce Uancs II. Ay Uk.tr a candidate for re-election to the orrlco of Connty Court Clerk of Giles county at liiu enxuitiir election. We are authorized to announce Chablkb A. Davaa a candidate for County Court Clerk ol (ilo county at the ensuing election. TAX COLLKCTOK. 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. — 12 February 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. A oioastic cottou-press has been con structed which, it is said, will compress cotton bales throe times as cloee as the ordinary process now in use. Among the advantages expected to be realized by the nse of this press, ia the import ant one that it will enable cotton-laden vessels to carry mnch larger cargoes, besides securing increased facili ty in handling and deoreasod danger from destruction by fire or injury by moisture. Best Tims fob Patnttno ITotjstis. The trest time for pointing the exterior of buildings is late in autamn orduriDg the winter. Faint then employed will endure twice as long as when applied in early summer or hot weather. In the former it dries slowly and becomes hard, like a glazed surface, cot easily affected afterward by the weather, or worn efT by the beating of storm. But in very hot weather the oil in the paint soaks into the wood at once, as into a sponge, leaving the lead nearly dry, and nearly ready to crumble oft. This lat diffioui 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. — 19 February 1874

THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Offlo Northeast corner of the Squire, Up Btah-a. tkbm or uBucBirrios: Two Illr lx r annum, lu Alraau bate or l Kici run auvaaTuuias '" 1 "" t tag, i mo. mo, 11 mo. rk a aji . . . . - . . - . ... One misrn t0 4IU fu tOD K UO Tuo siiiHrfa..... Three aiitiar-fl. Four siiart-... Onr-riiurlli Col. One llnr.l I iii-tfilf Cul.... . One . ..1 4 til I IM u in lu in I IO r, ui 2ii i III IM) hi IB 111 1U IJU 1 , ill VII I II , III 10 uu It UJ 1 III ji U) i.i UI u id i; ou A 00 au oo uu a in ii uu i oo li fm n m IH 14 CONGRESSIONAL. In the senate, on the 4tb, a resolution wa introduced inatmctiiig the secretary of the senate to pay Ray and McMillan, of Louisiana, full comperieatiou as aenators of the United Btatee, from the time they wore oiutinu m aiarcua, inferred. Tlie sen ate then resumed tho ooumderalion of the bankrupt bill, the rending anendmeut being that of Oglcsby to trik rut the wordx, JT who atopned or euxiwiidui ami not leninned payment of hie...

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. — 19 February 1874

vol ie rn-cu nr TTT.A KI CITIZEN". zero. 7 i i gtc gulnshi- gjtiztn. By the Citizen Printing Co. L. W. McCOItr, Editor and M.inutfcr. I j. X. McCOItD, Associate. THURSDAY, : : FEBT. 19, 1874. SCHEDULE. X. & D. & G. S. Ii. K., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Express south 12:01 p. m. lu.Kcnrer train 44 10:43 p.m. Mail train north 8:42 a. m. Express 'rain north 8 :40 p. m. Freight 44 44 8 :04 r. m., 7 :."i0 a. m. 44 " south, 0:13 a.m., 0:50 p.m. Local freight arrives 5 :()0 P. m. 44 . 4' departs 8 :00 a. m. M. & C. R. R, at Decati.h. Mail train east 9:40 p. m. 44 " west 12:55 a. m. tW Yesterday was the commence ment of Lent. tSTThe Temperance movement in Ohio and Illinois, is getting serious, and about to encroach upon Kentucky. tW Dr. Dio Lewis gets $ 0 a day np in Ohio for breaking up saloon keepers but still lie is doin a good tiling. tW Gov. Brown is in Washington on ItuBlnvss of the State, desiring to obtain the amount due by the Government on account of certain railroads ...

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. — 19 February 1874

VOL. 16 Pulaski Citiron. lly Citizen Printing Company. L. W. MeOOIlD, Editor and Manager, L. 1. AI.COKD, Ixm-hI Editor. THURSDAY, : : FEB V. 19, 1874 ANNOUIICEMEIJTS- county court clkkk. We are authorized to announce Kiohako K. (Ijk-k) Kkki a caniidute for County Court ('lurk of Uilus county at the. ensuing We are authorized to announue J. Polk A BtHMATH t a caudidato for County Court tier oi mii-a county ut me ensuing election Ma. Kditor: l'U;ae unnounre to the ikjo I' le ilmt 1 am a candidate tor Conoty Court I lurk ot Giles county, ani will be glad to roouive their vote.. If ehtctod 1 will iMirforro tho variouit dutioa of said ottlue to the beat ol my ability. William Hobfton We uro authorized to announce Hanub il Avuti.iT a candidate for re-eloctiou to the otilco of t.'otinty Court Clerk of (iilos county ui. uiifiuriif mvctiun. We are uuthorizl to announce Charla A. Dkvik a cundidato for County Court Clerk of Uilo county at the etiKuing- election. TAX COLLECTOR. Wo aro authorize...

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. — 19 February 1874

POPULAR SCIENCE. Thk Woodman's Firewobk. Accord ing to the Journal of Chemistry, a gir dle of compressed cakes of gun-cotton tied around the trnnk and ignited will instantly cnt down the largest tree aa cleanly as the keenest knife. FntEsiDK Poison. Luto tests of the effect of coal-pas npon vepetation in the Dotanicnl garden of Berlin prove that the hardiest trees wilt rapidly and die from contact of their roots -with the car bonio poison. Another proof that win ter homes in which coal is the source of artificial heat should be well ventilated for the health of their occupants. Tins aTealth-Gauge. In announcing daily the quantity of ozone existing in tho air, the wtather bureau reallj givrs the sanitary tone of the atmosphere. Ozone, discovered in 1848 by Schori beird, as a new chemical principle, is a varied form of oxygen, and the most powerful disinfectant known ; and the atmosphere is pure or impure, whole some or sickly, according to the amount present in it. Food fob Thought. ...

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. — 26 February 1874

THE CITIZEN. L. W. McOord, Proprietor. Oflii JiortUMil comer of Hie Square, Up 8talra. tkii in or Bt'uscHimox: " UICK FOB JLHYXKTVanOi 1 mo. i mo. a mo. nio. II mo. To ftiiiirva. 4 ( uiii unrt's. ... lour wiuiir.....,., f Mi ftit i )i W1 I n I t '1 ( !.... 'ii-i itil nil Hue ,w ID l (IU JO UU 12 00 20 W 10 1(1 II) r. hi is j 10 ai i- () 11 (0 In Ol II 00 2 OB or. to gt 7! i Ia0 1 IS Ul a on SO I V Ol H. 14) H Ul J CONGBESSIONAL. In the senate, oa the 11th, fhe morn ing hour wan given to debate on the leeolution all ng upon the proaiJeut to inform the sen ate whether any offloor of the TJuiUd Btate army on duty In 8outh Carolina hai been In wtrumeutal in procuring lcgiulation In that Hi ate to comiiiMite him for ecrrisex rendered in the diHuhargoof liix dutv, etc.. in the counts of which it hm charged that Major Iitii Mer rill, of i ho army, had received i-2l,400 of thai amount and had heoii hiii-v in obtaining the liaoxaxn cf fie art authorizing the rewar 1 l,y tl, South Carolina le...

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. — 26 February 1874

NO. 8 THE IIPTTXj-A-SIKII CITIZEN. VOL IS J . i i f By the Citizen Vrinlina Co. la. W. MoCOKI. Editor and Manager L. D. MeCOKU. Associate, THURSDAY, : : FEBT. 20, 1874. SCHEDULE. X. & I). & G. S. It. It., Decatur DivU'ii Mall & Express south 12:04 p. m. Passenger train " 10 :4:i 1: m. Mail train north 8:42 a. m. Kxprcsa U-ain north 8:40 p.m. Freight " " 8:04 p. m.,7::0 a.m. " " south, 6:13 a. M.,0:ro p.m. Local freight arrives 5 :IM) p. m. " " departs 8 :0 a. m. M. & C. It. It., at Dkcatijk. Mail train cast 9:40 p.m. " " west 12 :55 a. M. t3f This whisky war continues with unabated excitement and success, and is rapidly approaching South. We may look for the cyclone in Pulaski soon. . X33T We have received the first num ber of tlie Tun ncssee School Journal, & monthly periodical published at Nash ville in the interest ol the Public schools and free education. Ably edited, with Col. J no. M. Fleming at the head of the editorial corps, neatly printed by Tavel, EasU...

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. — 26 February 1874

VOL. Pulaski Cithscn. Jly Citizen I'rlntiny Company. McCOKI), Alitor and Slaua.-r. E. i. m (::!, r... !(i Editor. THURSDAY, : FEBT. 20, 1S71 ANNOUNCEMENTS. " . rtilSlV COCIIT OLaRiC. VVY uru authorized to announce Kl'mtn 11. (l)nii) Kttu u candidate t'.-r County .'urt t'U-rk or Oik county at the ntuinir cK-t-tinti. are aulh.rizcd to aunouuu J- !'r.i AutKNATHY a camiiilale lor Count Court Clcru ol in icx futility at the cnituing eloc'.ion M k. Kihti'K: I'Ii-umj announce to Uie peo ikotiih i urn a I'uniiMuttt rur .;ouuty Court t t i K ni nit: comity, ani will bo (t.ad to roccivi; ll.i.ir vote. It'cliH-ted I will f-rt'orra tho vurio iIuUch of xuid otlicc to the lxt ol my ntiiiity. W ILI.IAM HutSTOX. We are auihorizud to announce IlAstoa II AmiTT a caiidnlatu lor ru-cluutiou to the ollii-e cf County Court Clerk of Gilo county at Urn criMitnir i;liM'tion. Wo are authorized to announce Cuahlju A. Iiivm a t-uioluiuiu for County Court Clerk ot iilu county at the erjauiog election. We aro ur...

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. — 26 February 1874

. CURIOUS ASD SCIENTIFIC. Thh Ot-KABiLiTY op Consumption. Tliis istho attractive title of a very ex cellent article in the Deuteclies Arcliiv far KHnisobe Medicin, Jane, 1872, by Dr. Massini. He allowed first, that tubercular consumption is curable, as post-mortem of persons dying with other diseases prove. That it is cura ble he also attempts to prove, and hence he disapproves of oousumptives Marry ing. The means ofproveution are gen eral and special. Hia enumeration of them includes nothing novel ; but,"wit most of the lutter German authorities, lie is strongly in favor of elevated health resorts pure mountain air. IuroH axd br Healthy. The phys iological benefit of laughing is ex plained by Dr. E. Hooker in the Archiv fur Tsychiatrie : The comio-like tickling causes a reflex action of the sympa thetic nerve, by which the caliber of the vascular portions of the system is diminished, and their nervous power is increased, The average pressure of the cerebral vessels on the brain sub...

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 March 1874

THE CITIZEN, L. W. LIcCord, Proprietor. Offii- Northrasl eonutot tbe Square, Dp Stain. Tien or buhscriptiox: satks o i-aici.s roa uvtniinw: Krct t mo. mi. s mo. nvx is roe Tso tMiinrt- Tlii'- (iijir'.ta 4 6 CO JU 00 12 OD 'A no 10 at 12 00 IK 'O 11 IV IS l 4M UI i iiui "Mi'iitre,..... M-roii! I li Oil.. Out. 1(411(1 f iii ir 101...... Out itl fl (II in i i: in 1. l. hi iu- 1M ns 15 UI 2s uo K) IJU 4 O) Q UI ire ua o oe Hi 00 76 US IU I CONGKESSIOITALr In tbe senate, on .the 180), the chair . e sen,,-l' mtmoriai from the Cinoimiati common council, board of trade,1 and chamber of commerce, protesting against any rediu-tion in tbe appropriation for work on rmblie tumblings iu lb at citv Tlie senate retuaaed consideration of the' bill to equalize the dintnbuliou of enrrettcr. An atiiMKliiwut " offrrjd, provMing that llio tecuetary of the treasury shsll retire or destroy doliar of legal tender notes for each dollar in national bank notes Heveral other inienliiHnti were -orojiosed and dis...

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 March 1874

- "VOX i t- the, Citizen rrtntl'J Co. 1.. "W McCOUn, Editor and 5l.mir.-er T. T. rer-DliI. A-oc!;i;;, THURSDAY, : : r.lAItCM 5,JS7i. sciir.nui.r:. W. A I). & G. S. It. H- Decatur Jjivis'n Midi tt Kxpre-s south l'soiii:r train " Mall tr.via iiortli Kxpn'-s ruin north 8: Hp. Freight " " H-.Ol p. m.,7 ::t0 a " POlltll, 0 :1J A.M. ,:i.i p Lot-til freight iirrivos 5 -.uO v. M " tiei'Sirt-i S -.00 a. .12 :0t i m. . If) : n i. m. h:U a. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. O. ll.il., AT Ii:ca1 ri:. Mail tmin -a.-t. . i :! r. m " west 1 1.' :"." a. M. The church US Wayne-born fell to pincM oa trlunJai', 221 hist., Aliilt2 t'i; ubbiuli School was in Rt-.s.-iii.ti. The tihirru was ;riven' !n time for all to cs caM', but the exit' incut was inter: st and the escape a'?ery narrow one. For Coiiros. To-d:iy wo uiiitiMiiuo the n.iiii'! of Col. N. X. Cox. ol Willi hum. n, Lite Grccly elector, a cuinliihttc forCt. nereis , from this li.-itrlct. live or uix other gentlemen from vai Sous portion (if the district ...

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 March 1874

"VOL. 16 TZEHIIEj PULASKI OITISIEELsr. 3STO. 9 Puluslrf Citizen. ' Citizen Printing thittjxint. 1.. W. M:(OUI), Kditor mid Manager, I.. 1. MH'OUH, lH'a! Kdilor. ; THURSIlAY. ' : MAIM II 5, 1S7 ANNOUNCE&IirTS. Wo are authorized to announce CoJ. 'N. N. Cox. (if Willainsnu, u eurididalo for Congruse frniii : hi Congressionsl District at the ensu ing election. Col HIV col'KT CLXXX. ' We lira atil liorixi tl to announce Giuiuku li. (Kick) Kiih a canaidaUa for County nun lurx or uiie county ut the ensuing Clc'i'l!"!!. u i! ur soiiirixuii to announce J, 1'olk AukKKATiiT a candidate for Connty Court I IcrK oi iiiica ununry at tlie ensuing-election Ma. KiiiToa: l'linne uiinoutice to the peo pie ihut 1 am a candidate for CouDty Court ('lurk ol Giles county, uul wiM be (ria l to receive tiMiir voUi. II eUsitud 1 will perform tho vanuu uuue oi aia ouiu to tha beet c my uliiiitv- W ri.LiM IIoe.'Tow. We are authorized to announce Iianca H Aymkit a candidate for ro-tlwliou to tho ollice ol Lou...

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. — 5 March 1874

rorcLAR SCIENCE. Taste tiiat will Keep a Tear. Dis solve a teaKpoonfwl of ultim in a quart of warm water. When cold stir in as much flour as will give it thj consisten cy of thick cream, leing particular to beat tip all the lumps ; stir in as ranch poweied resin as will lay on a dime, and throw in half a dozen cloves to Kive a pleasant odor. Have on the fire a teacup of boi'ing water, pour the flour mixture into ir, stirring well all the time. In a very few minutes it will be the consistency of musb. Pour it into au earthen or china vessel ; let it cool ; lay a cover on, and put in a cool place. When needed for se, take out a por tion and soften it with warm water. Paste thus made will last twelve months. It is better than gum, as it does not gloss tho paper, and can be written on. Ths Air Wk Breathe. la absorbing into our lungs the quantity of air neo essary to snstain life, we inadvertently inhale whole hosts of microscopical an imals, which are in am pension in the atmospherical ...

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. — 12 March 1874

THE CITIZEN. The pencil marks yoaLsiafl prJun.rjg.ia paragraph (thus) mean t.mt your snl Bcriptior ia out or unpaid, and th-ii you aro requested to pay up at ouc'isi We would lake great pleasure in extend ing credit to our frieuda and patrons, but cash alone will pay expenses, and wo are forced to adhere to a strict cash rule. We hope you will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of such a course, and renew your subscription without delay. We solicit your favor. arS" We enter n? new names on our books wUhent the money in !' v. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. A 7 1 ! if. :7 Office Nor! beast corner of (he S-jnare, Up Stairs, f .1 - . or ftL'lUM-UlrTlOX Z Two Dollar per Amtnm, Advance. n" or incu rua UTcmuiaa- space. I mo. t mo. I mo. 6 ma It ma. jpiiTnre..f jvi tun too r)nl tioie 1 o aWiiiHri-K 4 t Inn-e imj nitres 10 1MJ II to 10 HJ IS ) ill u. i-Mir fMum Out r-ui t !i C ut. One-thin! l.. fme-i alf ol.M. Ote .'.. . t k II) I.' 0 in u ii uo 1.1 411 31 (HI I. 00 ) (JO ?S 01' n or 6" JC V...

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. — 12 March 1874

"VOZLi 16 "PT'TT , A R-I CITIZEN. lo By the Citizen J'Hutinff Co. L. X. MrCOHDi Associate, THURSDAY, : MARCH 12, 1874. SCHEDULE. X. & D. & G. S. R II., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Express south 12 :4-l P. m. Pae-sen-rer train " 10:43 p.m. Mail train north 8:42 a.m. Kxpre. -rain north 11 :5o p. m. Freight " " 8 -.04 P. M., 7 ::i) a. M. " " south, 0:13 a.m., G:.r0 p.m. Local freight arrives 2 :40 p. m. " " departs 8 :0 a. m. M. & C. R. Mail train cast. . " " west It. AT DeCATTR. : 9 :40 P. 12:55 a. Wheu e two or th f explained NOTICE. 'Whcu subscriptions expire, we give three weeks warning by well ined pencil marks, and tlien il the subscriber fails to renew, we take it lor granted that he does not desire the paper continued. We are sorry tiiat eome men are so unreasonable as to be come offended at us for discontinuing their Miners, and we take occasion to say once more that they alone are to blame. They fail to comply with our terms, and by so doing say to us that they do ...

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. — 12 March 1874

I I ' I I ' "1 cn t I I A t 1 i r- -N 1 l i i i i -w r c- 2sro 10 Pulaski CitiEox:. 7,'j C'iin Printing Company. L. W. MrCOIlb, Editor and Manager, L. I). M.CORI, Wal Editor. THURSDAY, : MARCH 12, 1S71. ANN O UNCEMENTS- We are authorized to announce Col. N N. Cox a a cun.lidata for Congress irom iliin, t nth District, composed of the uonnti.-s or W.yno. Lawrence, liickman, Lewi, Gilo' Maury aii'l Wiiatnrn. Eloction, firs Thursday In XovtniW. 1T4. Wo are authorize to announce Hon. W. N. I'lmim as a caujidute lor Oonrei irom ino win 1'iHirict, compoMt er the counties r Wayne, Lawrenca, Uickrnnn Iswih, Giles. Maury snd Wiiiiaro.ou. J joe lion nrt 'l'hnr.itv in November. 1S74. Moriah. A sacramental meeting will com mence at Mt. Moriah Church next Sat urday at 11 o'clock, Itev. F. J. Tyler poi-tor, assisted by James Kirkman. Temperance lecture. Itev. F. J. Tyler will deliver a lecture on temperance at the C. 1. Church In this city on next Monday evening. The public are Invited to hear hi...

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