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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 12 March 1874

KB USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. Sweets op thb Baw. The lignite which irfT-.Icntifatlir-ftlTfiiiK-dQ&t luuy be tnrneti ohpmicallj, by ren,tme&t witlf mlaorfcT acids, Juto good rape bu gai jd4itManfa)Uirt.r Hud ilailier suspects that it is from, eawdnst oomei the artificial sugar a French firm is said to be able to eell for a fourth of a cent a pound. 1 ' Tira Dayi Lamp Vci.s:babi,b. The Bouud-nare produce! by the slighest exploHioa of gunpowder in a mine is shown to be capable of destroying the aafetj-propertjr of a. Davy lamp, and canning it to communicate its fire to in flammable r5B outside. So, at least, says Mr. Galloway, who shoald be good authority. If ach ia the case it was to a defect of Parr's immortal invention, and not t j the mere gunpowder flank of blasts, that so many recent explo sions of tire-damp were line. Aoa of Horses. A new " wrintle " abont the age of horses is the discovery of an Illinois farmt-r, who determines the agOOf Jill aninmla. mm nina yfeju. old by the f...

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 March 1874

THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Ofllc Northeut oorner of the Squar, Up Stair. TKBiifl o usacKirriox: Tw Iollr per Annum, ln AdTtMt- atk or rnicia ro muiuuti mo. mo. mo. it no. I'wn a., lib ra 4 Ml IjU j iirco iwu..re?!.. t'nur iwi'irw...... fli.-romlh OU. Hi-lli!iil III..., OllO-LHir t 111 i Ul 10 on HI ft III 111 I.. I? . l.V (l 2u Ul I 14 10 o 10 Ml 12 1 12 m it m 2 00 SO 00 4 00 au ui II Of 40 CM to at 75 at I Ml V IS III v mi CONGRESSIONAL. Ia the senate,, on the 3 J, Mr Fenton presented the pa ition of a. la'ge number of boeiness ueu of New York city, aaking con greaa to put an immediate atop to any rurtlier lHaue of greenback by tbe eecrelary of tiie treasury, and canie the retirement, aoid at , . ... icuui i runurvo iKHiie. lie eaid the Mgnnrs rftpreHented at leaat 5o0,00 - umioi ciuki iue run in rereronce to the I eiitoiiniul exhibition w taken np, the pend- mK ,,.,v..-.i .t,,K ,,u uln amendment or Mr Morrill, of Vermont. makiii? th l.ll.i.;,... national in it charact...

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 March 1874

CITIZB1T. 1TO. 11 YOL IS 1 . 1 I, j I! jhc gttthtski (Tjtizcn. By the Citizen Printing Co. J.. "W. MoCORD, Edilor and Manager L. I). MoCOKD, Aociate, THURSDAY, : : MARCH 10, 1874. SCHEDULE. S. &D.& G. S. P. It., Decatur Divis'n NO PACKED CONVENTION We wish every District Kep re He n ted. We the undersigned call a Convention to be held at the Court House, Monday 6th of April, for the purpose of nomina ting candidate for the next county election, for the candidates begin to anny the people very much already. I .S. Martin. Wm. O. McCord, Win. Ferry. .T. II. Cannon, K. Chirk. K. 11. Neal, John M. McDonald.W. F. Bailentine, Mail & Express south Passenger train 44 Mail train north Express train north Freight 44 8:04 r 44 44 south, 6 Liocol freight arrives. .12:44 r. M .10:43 p.m . 8:42 a.m 1 1 ::o p. m. m.,7 :IK) a.m 13 a.m.,C :50 p. w, 2 :40 P. m. departs 8 :00 a. m, M. & C. It. K., Mail train east 44 4 4 west AT Dkcatt.'r. 9:40 p. 12:55 a. tW A $75,000 Are occurred on th...

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 March 1874

"VOL. 16 TECE PULASKI J Pulasla Citizen. I. II Viliztn Printing Comjtaiti. I., w. M. UIUJ, Editor and Manager, I.. I. Mi-rOIlD, Wal Kdifor. TIM'ltSDAY, ' : MARCH 1. IS7-1. ANNOUNCEMENTS. CVN4Kfca. - -. . We are iit!i'vriz:l to announce Col. 7f V. l-x u- n omoliiliito for 'onere Irom thin, tin- ';th Diftrirt, O'liii-xiW oi thicmatim of YVuWid Law mine, Hickman, Loii. GMn' M.-oiry bii.I TInirwlHV in niluamon. Kluttic Nfivhinlwr IS"". fir' 'A lire Mil l li i n . r n i s Imlil the 'tll ruui io Kiiniiuucu Hon. V . n cum'ictate for Conire I'iKtrii-t, coiiiponed .f tbe 'iiin'i-H 'f Wnyni;, l,irrni. Hickman, A i. (Jili'. Muiiry and Wiiliumatn. Klw """ tir-t Th irduy in November, 1 74. Jot.NlVl.OLBT CLXBIC. We urc authorized lu aunQum-e Eiohaud K. (iiK) Krr catililut for.Coonty 4'oun riRrk uf Uilv.t county. t the eanuiuf - -t ' WttM.ru hui h.rizei to itutioiinco J. Folk Akikatuv eanilidate for Con uly Court ( l,.rk ol iii ii county at the enauing election II ii. Kiiitob: l'leana announce to ...

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 March 1874

" BOJIKWHEELE. - Ho v can I eea-e in pray for thee T f-mewber In (totls errat eniverae hra srt to-fisr. . . Can He not reacli Uw i;S 111. Inula careT Can lis sot bear n wliea tur tltes I prsy t ' Wht Mllrn Jt to ITim who holds wtthia lbs hoiintr of Hu hand li worlil.. all siace, Tbat llum art done wrtii earthly pain sol s:n t bomesrhere within hU km thoo Ivl a place i Somewhere thou llvest, and be need of Trim ; tsume-rliers Uiy soul ssa hvli heuflits to ilmb; And somrwticre .ml. trier, may b vsj.ev. dm Tuat tliuu uiul laca to tba tuna sublime. Then all tba mora. Imum them canst not hear Puor, bntnau wufia of blnaeinar, will I iirsy, O true, brara heart. Oo1 blas tare, wueresos'er Iu Uia aTeat nmren-s thou art today ! THE POLAEIS. Bclewtlne Ilrsnll. ol Dr. Haifa last kCx pcdltlaa Thro8nlt3 or the expedition may b inmmei up briefly as follows : 1. The I'olari reaohed 82 deg. N.. a Lipiher latitude than has been aUaiuei by any other ship. 2. The navigability of Eennard chac Del has be...

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 March 1874

THE CITIZEN L. W. McOord, Proprietor. flTlca Northeast comer of the Square, Up Stairs. tkiiu or iDMcmniox: Two Wollnrn ptr Annum, In Atlvanr.e 1IU niicM re iDtmuiMi aexca. 1 nio. t mo. a mo. mo. 12 no. tine xriiira t bo 'l OUIIKII'... 4 5 IO u ( IO 10 uu r lj mi -li io a ij liiu I 00 10 00 (O 10 Oil 12 U 1.1 Ul 31 IU V-1 Oil J Ul I- 00 IS uu th uo au uo 4 (I) II 00 V 00 or ti--n.tirlh ol tni-tlnri ( ol nvi'.iiir rm 11 IU 10 On 1J 10 to 0 uu 7t 01 tin or CONGRESSIONAL. . In tho senate, on the lOLh, house bill to provide for issuing commissiona to pest- ma tent appointed by tho president wu paused. . . . .Tne bill to equalize the distribution of the national bank eiirrmuv W.H ib- vf . Ferry, of Michijran, roke in favor of free banking on the national banking evetom. In the house, oa tho 10th, a resolu tion was proHented of the Patrons of Hm bandry of Missouri, appealing to congress to secure the improvement of navigation of the MiMunsippi river and its tributaries, by ample appropriat...

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 March 1874

YOL IS Pie J7n;wii gTifefrt. By the Citizen Printing Co. I. -vv. MoCOIlD. Editor and Manager L. x. JvioCOIiD. Associate; THURSDAY, : : MARCH 2G, 1871. SCHEDULE. X. & D. & G. S. R II., Decatur DMs'n Mail A Express south 12 :44 p. m. rasseiier train " 10 :43 P. M. Mail train north 8: a.m. Express .ruin north 11 :5o p. m. Freight " " 8:04 p.m., 7 :'M a.m. " " south, 6:13 a.m., 0:50 p.m. Local freight arrives 2:40 p. m. " " departs 8 .-00 a. m. M. & C. R. Iln at Dkcatur. Mall train east 9:40 P. m. " " west 12 :5a a. m. Valuable Statistics. We gather some Interesting statistics from the Memphis Appeal In regard to the growth of that city since they com menced building railroads. In 1850, the year they voted a sub scription to the Memphis & Charleston Jtoad of $500,000, the city only had tax- Hole property to the amount of f 3,0C0, 000 (three millions of dollars ;) now her taxable property amounts to $23,217,969, Then she had slaves as taxables ; now the has not. That city...

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 March 1874

VOL. 16. THE JPTJX-lA.S:I citizbit. Htl Vitizin Vrinliny Voihjmh.j, I.. W. MCXKI, Ivlitor nmi Mmia '.M T.. 1. M.OOlll), I..M-..I Editor . TIllJIlSDAY, : 31 ARCH HQ. 1S74 C'OSSRSWI. a arc author-zed to announce Col. N. K Co s s i-indidutc fur ii(rrpM in.iti this thu rtlh District. comiswd ot the comities of Ytun.i, Lnwrcnco, llu-kmun, Lewis, Uiles .Maury una Williamson. Election, fi.-. TMirsdsv in N'Vi.njUt-r. l-.4. i o. ure smliorue to union, tice Hun. W il'V 1 uttllNS :u. i, can li.l.ito for Congress li-.m the "ill 1 riot, coinp.nc-.l of the ciiriH." of Wuym. l.iiwr'iH, Hickman M-wm. ittles .vi ii ry nn-l Williamson. Jsiec ti .n tir-t Thiu'lsy in Novi-niber. 1-74. coiintv coi ht cu r.s, ure iiiitliirizi'l to announce l.'tciiAku l;. 1 n-ic ) Hem M'n-ii) him it run. ii. Into for Cunntv i.urt Icrk of (file -.-Ctiil. omity m the ensuing We ure uuili ri..-. t.. nimoniieu J. f"ot. Amus'Tiit u i-undidutn for County Court l KTK Ol I. net. coiliujr Ut Uie KllnUlllg election Mb. I'.uiTou: ri...

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 March 1874

THE FIRESIDE. French Octdooii lrr!. A Paris corresponclect aya : "The EcgluiL girls ia their sealskin coats look wing antl comfortab'.e enough, as they pace along the boulevards, bat the French demoi olles in their more jannty costume of silk look sompwhat pinched and froet bitUn, especially about the tips ol their pretty little noses, now they keep from being frozon stiff in their apart ments, where furnace fires are not and wood wastes itself in the smoke and gas that goes up the chimney, is to me a marvel. I do not wonder that the Paris ians live so much in the streets. When one realizes the comfortlecs nature of their homes, ill-ventilated, ill-lighted and ill-warmed, we cannot wonder that they prefer the broad sweep of the snnny boulevards, the bright expanse of the Tuilories garden, or the gay panorama of Champs Iulysees, to the firo or six stuffy little rooms wherein most of them (that is, all save the very rioh) fiudltheir habitation. No won der that the French language has ...

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 April 1874

th:e citizen, " L. W. McCord, Proprietor. O.Tica $ orlbaat comer ot the Square, Cp Btiira. of nunscniPTiost: Two !ll.r per Annum, la AHnnu. lUTKjt or rule run Abvicaxuiaot rA k. mo. tmo. I mo. uia. 12 ma. (iu imr. j m & uu i'tau none 1UlillHm. 4 11) I 111 Hi I'll,! !. c, Ttiri- itirvs. II I- uiir iHuij ti..... a Imf-fi'tn Hi CV1- In (Mll'-lllTl! ll.. 11 Onti lilf Oil 1 t euut.-j" . 6 Ul 2U Su l fw. S HI III lli I.. IU lo Ml In uu 1'J UU i : m 10 uu 11 iu tn VS. UU .' Cj 4u IK li ilO 2i uu an uo uu ' 00 4(1 lii u6 H ul CONGEESSIOITAL. In the eonate, on tho 13tb, aftor vari ous unimportant memorials aud petitions were diupcmcU of, the bill to erjnalizs the diatribu tion of currency wan taken up, and, after soma discunaion, was laid over. ., .The array bill was eonMihircd, and the amendments re-r-ortetl'by tlie eotirmittee ' were'coneni-rad in. The moat impoitant of thecotuniittee'aamend mnnta rotnops tha hmo appropriationa, for par or tlifl araiy trai tini? esWime, etc.. from ll,4...

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 April 1874

13 VOL IS L- i, it' PULASKI By the Citizen J'rinting Co. Ij. "V. McCOIiD, Editor and Manager L. 13. MoCOKD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : APRIL 2, 1874. SCHEDULE. A. &. D. &. G. S. R- It., Decatur DivU'n Mail & Express south 12:44 p. m. lasMenrer train 10:43 p.m. Mail train north 8 :42 a. m. Kxprctta ;rain north 11 :5ii P. m. Freight " " 8 -.04 p. M.,7 :30 a.m. " " south, 6:13 a.m., 6 :50 p.m. Local freight arrives 2 :40 p. m. u " departs 8 .-00 a. m. M. A C. It. K., at Dbcatub. Mall train east 9 :40 p. m, " west 12 :65 a. M. Wliy Railroads Increase the Value, of Land. The following from the Union and American gives some very interesting statistics : "In his speech at LAwrencchurg, a namnhlet conv of which lies before us, Maj. W. J. ftykea gave some valuable statistics In regard to the value or lanu In Tennessee. In 1M54 the value of farm lands was 1116.223.808, and in 185!) it had risen to 212.820.9!)5. or nearly double what it was in 1854. The war and the partial destructio...

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 April 1874

I TOL. IS Pulaski Cltlrsa. liy Citizrtt Printing Cotiipatiy. 1.. V. McCOUL), Editor and Mauujrer, I.. 1). McCOKl), Local Editor. THI RSDAY, : APRIL 2, 1874. ANIJOTTIJCEMEIITS. cunauu. We re authorized to announce Cot. N. N. fox a a candidate for Conirrea Jrom thin the 6th District, composed of the counties of Wayne Lawrence, Hickman, Lewis, Giles. Maury arm Williamson. Election, flra ilinrsilay in November 1874. Wo are authorize to innaatiia II. mi IV O'N. Pkkxins ua a candidate for Congress from the 6th District, composed ef the counties of Wayne, Lawrence, Hickman, tjewm, tine., mnury ana w niiaruton. j.Iec tion Drwt Thursday in November. 174. COUNTTOOCBT CUM. We are authorized to annonnce Bichakd (i'ic) kiid a candidate for County Court Clork of Gilea county at the ensuing We are authorized to announce J. Pot Abkknatht a candidate for County Court Clerk of Gilea county at the ensuing ejection Ua. Eoitok: Please announcu Lo tlm r..v pie that I am a candidate for County Court Clerk...

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 April 1874

if HOUSEHOLD MXTS AXD KECirES. WAFPXEf. Ooe quart flour, two email teaspoons ealt, two "teaspoon cream tartar, one teaspoon oJa ; mix with one-fourth piut milk. Ikiuax Bread. One qnart 1 utter milk, four cup Indian meal, two cups flour, one cud molasses, one tablespoon eoJa, a little (alt, S,eam three hoarsj Graham Mctflvs. Six cups graham meal, two enps flour, two teaspoons salt, two-thirds cop molasses,' one tea unnnn bo,1. mix with sour milk. Bake In muffin rings. Mrrriss. One quart. milk, lump of butter size of a Leu's egg, two egfju, one tablespoon brewer's yenst, make it into thick batter with flour. Boat it well and bako in a quick ovcu. , Ktb ' Bread. One quart rye flour, one quart flour, two teaspoons salt, two thirds cup molasses, one quart milk and water, half and half, one yeast cake in a cup of water. Bra and Indian Mctfins. Two cups Indian meal, two cups rye, half a cup yeast. lliee over night ; in the morning add one teaspoon soda, Lftlf a cup molasses and a little sa...

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 April 1874

THE CITIZEN L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office Northeast corner or th. Square, Up SUIra. Talma 0 BIBSCitirTIOS: Two Poll!- .r Annum, In Adn or rmtu o uvunujiai BPACB. 1 mo. 1 mo. Inn. nxx 13 mo. fine HpilM, Two u.rt-. T ' i fcju.rise.... lour Mi'iai-H....... One-fourth t'ol. I Min-l hirtl !.. Iiw t on V oo ii oa iinm 4 tO (JO 0 in nn o ivi UU uu in ui t ia 10 10 r uu la IU uu It U J IU i; oo 15 ( 2 ou XU UU 4 Ul ii no vk on 40 00 111 u bi u uuj Ju 1IU 4U UU 7b ul CONQEESSIONix. Ia the senate, on the 2ith, a petition of citizens of Indian and Kentucky was pre sented, asking that the law of congress rela tive to onagee over the Ohio river be amen ded so an to reonlre that briila. w- rirer shall hare 400 feet pm and draw of 100 feet..... At the expiraiiou of the morning honr the senate laid nude, informally the bill to equalize the onrrency, and took up the new financial bill reported by Mr. Bherman from the committee on finance. The provis ions of the bill were explained by Mr bher- rVT...

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 April 1874

WO. 1 TOL 16 THE "CnjLA.S:i CITIZE1T. jjuhshi itizm By Citizen rrintlng Co. L. -vv. MoCOBD, Editor ud Manager L. d. MoCOIiD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : AmiL 9, 1874. SCHEDULE. S. &. D. & G. S. R- li., iNJcatur Divia'n Mall & Express south 12:44 P. M. Passenger train " 10:43 p.m. Mail train north 8 :42 a. m. Kxpreaa train north 11 :5i P. M. Freight " " 8:04 p.m., 7 :30 a.m. " " south, 6:13 a.m.,6 :50 p.m. Local freight arrives 2 :40 p. m. " departs . . : 8:00 a. m. M. A C. U. K. Mail train cast " " west at Dkcatuk. 9 :40 P. M. 12:55 a. M. t3T"A Khymlng Romans" on our flrat page should have been credited to J. Bnteinan Smith, editor ot the Fayette vill Express, formerly of tho Citizen corps. .- ' tST We learn that some of our good Irlends In Columbia think Pulaski will not vote a subscription to the Memphis & Knoxville Koad. Let them exercise a little patience and wait until after the election and they will see. tST Monday's elections in Connecti cut and Ohio showed Demo...

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 April 1874

"VOL. 16 i'ultiulii CKicon Jiy Citizen Printing Company, I- W. MK'OUD, Editor and Manager, U D. Mi-CORD; Wal p:litor. THURSDAY. - : APRIL 0, 1874 AKIOUlfCEMEWTS. CONOKXBS. We ra authorized to announce Col. N. N '' a a Candidate for Congress from thin the lith District, compound of theeonntie of Wayne, Lawrence, Ilicknian, Lewis, Giles jjiiiury ami Williamson. Eioction, fin Thursday in November, ls. Wo ure authorize to announce Hon. W U N. riMiNi ua a candidute fur Congress irom me oio KiMirtet, oonipoaod ot the countioa or Wayne, Uwrenu, Hickman Uliea, Maury and Williamson. Eleo tion nrt Thnrtday In November, 1b7L COUNTY UOt'HT CUII. We are salhorized to announce Biohakd K. (IHi'i) Kk:d a candidute for County Court Clerk of Gilea county at the ensuing tOOtUOII. We are authorized to announce J. Polk Abkhnatht a candidate for County Court ictk ui illicit county at me ensuing election Mm. Euitoh: I'leane announce to the ikio le that I am a candidute for County Court Clerk ol Giles coun...

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 April 1874

FAEH A'D, CAKDEX. Mantjek for Clover. A corres pondent of the Rural New Yorker Bays that sulphates of sods and magnesia (glaabor and epsoca alts) Lava been found peculiarly efficacious as manures foi clover, this being a crop that re sponds ranch more readily to mineral than to sitogenize manures. The rea son of this is believed to be that the plant draws its ammonia more from the air than from the soil.. On land that without such fertilizers gave about three and one-half tons of clover hay the crop was increased to four and one-half tons per acre by manuring with the salts named. Combined with snper- fhosphateflt these substances would be ikely to show still better results, and a fertilizer thus constituted is well worthy of extended trial on our clover fields. The value of clover, especially w'aen pastured with sheep, is fully recognized by our farmers ; but its systematic growth preparatory to wheat, as is prao tioed in English tillage, is too much neglected, inasmuch as, from 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. — 16 April 1874

THE CITIZEN, L. W. McCord, Proprietor. 0.1k Northeast comer of Ake Square, Cp Stairs. TKBJI1 OF ftL'RACRirTJOX: rn Dollam -r Annnm, ln Advance, 11ATU OF MUCKS FOB aUVKSTISlHUS g TACK. I mo. 2 ino. i mo. 1110. 12 mo, one wr1!'. t'init'a Tlir-? Mimrc-s.w I iltir MllMlt .. Hunt ( Hi..., all" ( ui.. UllU kUI .. I 2 .VI 4 ') ft U) t ol in mi l .' i i . ( t 4 HI i l) t UK 0 00 1 IU 10 ml 11 HI IS lO 111 I u 10 (II 12 (U IS IU J i o - U 40 til 12 00 It UJ J It) W IO 4 HI &. uu li OS 2i U 40 (10 to (J 75 l CONGRESSIONAL. Iu tho house, on the Slst, the bill providing for tbo paymont of tha Looiavillo ant Portland canal company came np for oon- .(uouumont wan agreed to, providing that no money Bhall be paid nndor (In a.-t until Kentucky Hhall havo ceded the Jnrtmliotion of the canal property to the Cni- i .ji.ios. lua uu tin pamuu l ue (tonne rrivimed dincusmon of the currency bill, and Hjiecchcs wore made for and agaiawt expan- HUII1. Ia the sonata, April 1st, tie commit- too on clainm r...

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 April 1874

- ii j PTJIjASEZ CrTISE3T. YOL IS mhshi By the Citizen Frinting Co. I... -W. McCOltD. Editor an.l Wnniger X.. X. McCOKU, Associate, THURSDAY, : : AmiL 1G, 1874. SCHEDULE. 6. A D. & G. S. R- U., Decatur Dlvis'n Mall & Express south 12 :44 P. M. l'aaaenjrer train ' 10:43 p.m. Mall train nortli 8 :42 a. m. :xpretis train north 11 :5b P. M. Freight " " 8:04 y. m.,7 :30 a.m. " " south, 6:13 a.m., 6:50 p. v. Xiocul freight arrives 2 :40 p. u. " " deparU 8)i. x. M. ACE. Ii., at Dkcatt.'r. Mall train east 0 :40 P. M. " 44 west 12 :55 a. m. Storm at Nashville. Nashville was visited by a very severe storm yesterday morulnjr. The front of the Academy of Mimic was blown down and several other houses unroofed. The damage to property was great and seve ral horses killed, but no lives were lest. The Cumberland is hhrher than since 18C7, and the Tennessee Is bank full. April 22. 1874. Tills is the day fixed for the friends and advocates of the Memphis and Knoxville Railroad to meet in conve...

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 April 1874

VOL. IS TZETIEE Pulaalii 7'i Citizen Printing Company. J. W. Mc(X)KD, Editor mid Manager, I- D. McTOKD, Lo.nl Editor. THURSDAY, : : APRIL 1G, 1874. ANNOUNCEMENTS- We are authorized to innnunct Cel.. N. N. Co im candidate for Confrere Irom this, th flth Dintriet, componeil of theconntiea of Wayne, Lawrence, Hickman, Lewi, (iile Maury and Williamaon. Election, fira Thnr.lar in November. U.7. ' re authorize to announce lion. W. O'N. Pkheinb ua a candidate for Conirre lrira the titb District, oompoaed ef tbe counties of IjiwrtM, Hickman, Lwi, Jile, Maury and Williamson. Xlec t irt flrxt Thnrday in November. H74. OOIUTT L'OL'BT CUM. We are authorized to announce Biohakd K. (pica) Ki:rD a candidatu fir (Vnmti t'ou't Ciurk of Cilex county at the cumiing election. We are authorized to announce J. Polk Ababnathy a candidate for County Court Clerk of Uilca county at the ensuing election Ma. KoiTua: 1'luaoe announce to the peo pie that I am a candidate for County Court t'lerk ot (Jilee county,...

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