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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 16 April 1874

CANDT MAKIXG. IIokscIioIiI Sweets, nnil How to lllaks Til em. Cbkam Cvsdt. Two cups white su gar ; half cup water ; one tablespoonful vinegar ; half tea'-poon cream tartar ; fla vor to taste. Molasses Candy. One quart of mo lasses ; piece of bnttor size of an egg ; stew over a quick firo until the olastwst will harden on being dropped into cold vater; pour in buttered diahes and pull ' while hot. Tafft. One cap molasses, one cup of sugar, half cnp water, a piece of batter the size of a hickory ntit. If brittle when, dropped in water, pour ont on large plates ; stretch out to the thinnest while warm . when perfectly co!d break into squares. JPuocolatb Caraukla. One pint new milk; one cnko chocolate (Jib.); one cup and a half sugar (white). Try thin on a buttered plate, as it will not crisp . in water, and when done pour out on bnttered pans and mark off in squares with a knife as it cools, nnd then it will easily break when cold. They aro very excellent. Vineoab Candy. Ono cup of whi...

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. — 23 April 1874

THE CITIZEN. . L. W. McCord, Proprietor. OiDoe Norllicast cornM of lit SQutre, Up gtslrs. tkkmh or auBscair-riox: KATM Of rICEa FOB AUYXBTIMIMa tack. i mo. t mo. i mo i ua j j ma I osniitri-a..,. 4 ,,r" t0 I 4 (U I ( (00 110(0 i urn snisrtis. 0 i Kour iiirei....... n m One-fonnti Oil. in at onc-tl.iril i,.. io (Mie-nnlf Col 1 (i One ..ul i ul Ml t (0 10 IO 15 iu IS iu ?il i n 'Jki tJ ijo 10 00 30 00 10 ( 12 III IS Kl J" IU i Ul 40 ul 11 00 IS II) 23 00 30 00 4 00 UL Ul II 09 2s UB 40 00 fci ug 7 01 uo a CONGKESSIONAL. In the senate, on the 8tb, a memorial waa presented from John Baeon, aokiiig for ue appointment or a delegation, composed In part of women, to visit the Iudian tribe ana dense means to help their condition. Mr. pawns canea np a resolution introduced I r,,m tew dy aK suiting the secretarv of the treasury to report to the senate tuil amount of the defalcations of various dis biirMiog ofhoers of the government, and it was referred Amotion to reconsider the vote by which t...

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. — 23 April 1874

TIEECE PULASKI OXTIZsZEIfcT- jro- ie i : i - -1 -1 Cyitizctt it By tfce Ctfixen 1'rinting Co. L. "W. MoCOBD, Editor and Manager L. X. MoCOKD. Ao-iate, TlIURSDAYi : : APRIL 23, 1874. SCHEDULE. tf. &D.&G. S. It- Ii., Decatur Divla'n Mail fc Express south 12:44 p. M. Passenger train 44 10:43r.;n. Mall train north 8 :42 a. m. Kxpress train north 11 :55 p. M. Freight 44 44 8 :04 p. M.,7 :30 a.m. ' 44 south, C:13 a.m., 0:50 p.m. Local freight arrives 2 :40 p. m. 44 44 depart 8 :00 a. m. M. fc C. It. K., Mail train east 44 44 west at Decathr. 9 :40 P. 12:55 a. 1ST The County Court of Maury has alnioHt unanimously agreed to submit to a vote of the people next September the issuance o( $275,000 in bonds for the construction of Railroads and turn pikes. tW The Methodist Church at Colum bia, which had Just been thoroughly renovated and refurnished, was totally destroyed by fire last Monday evening without Insurance. Loss $10,000, The Are originated from the fire-pot of some tinners who...

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. — 23 April 1874

VOL. 16 3Sf O- IS 1 Pulaski Clii:;;;:. Uu Citizen V tint lug Company. 1 . McCOUU, Editor and Manager, I 1. MK'ORlJ, LochI Editor. .THURSDAY, : ATRIL 23, 1S74. AJN21 0 UN CEMEIiTS QOtiaiXH. We are authorized to announce Cel.. N. N. Cox a a candidate for Coiurrnss (rom this, thelth Iitrict, eomped ot the counties of Wuvne, Law mice, Hickman, Lewis, tille. Msury ami Williamson. Election, firi-t Th"rla- in November. 164. Wo are aiuh'-rize to announce Hun. W. O'N. lLBiNa um a candidate for Congress from tne cth liiatriet, ooupi)l of the counties of Wayne, Uvrtnct, Hickman, I i, ii lies, usury ani Williamson. r.iee ti'-n flrt Thnr-xlav in Snvcmdtr, 1'T4. CUtXTT COl'ET CLIXt. We are authorized tu announce Richard K. (Due) Kiro a canonist for County Court Clerk of Giles county at tna ensuing election. - Wears sulhrircd to suroimoe J. fOL AniKSiTin a candidate for County Conrt Kiel 01 wiies county at uie ensuing election Ms. KuiTua: 1'luaoe announce U tie io pie that 1 am a candidate for Cou...

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. — 23 April 1874

CLOTHES AXD TIILXGS. Bonkxt and Hat Tbimminos. As a general rule, the hats are, this seasoD, all trimmed directly at the back and front with immense bonqnets of. flow era, and it is qui to the exception to see them trimmed at the side. There is a conspicuous absence of drapery, which waa formerly so elaborate ; and the vines, instead of trailing: down the back of the hats, are brought ronnd the front and over the crown. Another fea ture in vinos is that they are laden down with flowers in bunches, and do not ta per off, as was the case, last " year. Beaded hats and beaded bonnets seem to le generally in favor, this spring, and the absence of strings is notieeable. In the place of large roses and other large flowers, we are to have fine flow ers, such as daisies, violets, lilies of the valley and mignonette. Ornaments are not bo much in favor as last year, and are used more for children and misses than for laJies. Trominent among the new colors which attract so much atten tion is the...

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. — 30 April 1874

THE CITIZEN, L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office Nor11ira.it comer of tUc Square, rjp Ktalra. THRU Of kl'lShCBimux: IHi-a IliIIarfl ..... ft . - - - "in, in aiivium, arnica vr ruickM o auvttnjiixa : RPACI lmo. 2 mo. 3 mo. A mix 12 mo. One ririi.,w To fttjiifires , Thrie iniui-rea.... Four inpm .... Oii-..tJf fiii 2 ISO) i ft 00 i 10 ( is o ( in ri 12 ar IS Ct. ) tvj SO 4 U) . UU l-i Mi V6 ou 00 Owe vVi 7S j ibi ur CONGRESSIONAL. In tLe senate, on the 15th, Louse bill marking apr-ronriition for the payment of teacaera in tlie puMio schools .of the District of Colombia, and providing for a levy of a tax to reimburse the same, wan taken up and pawed A bill wan introduced to reimburse me Dime oi v em Virginia for moneys ex pendwl i:i equipping mihtia to ai lin suppress. iiiK the rebellion Tlie senate resumed con. Hidera'.ion of the bill to t rovide for a new election in e.ouir-iana, ani sjon after ad journed. in the honse, on the 15th, a bill to abolish milease to member of Congress and pr...

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. — 30 April 1874

n ypaaaaagfPMfjglMMlBIMMBIaiMaWa m ZLSTO- 17 V J I 1 1 iJtthshi gjtizm By the Citizen Printing Co. L. W. MdCOBD, Editor and Mana.-er L. r. MoCOBD. Associate, THURSDAY, : : APRIL 30,1874 SCHEDULE. (J.4D.4 G. S. R- U., Decatur DivU'n Mail & Ex Dress south 12:44 p. u. Paaaenger train " 10 :43 P. u. Mail train north 8:42 a.m. Express j-aln north 11 :5b P. at Freight " " 8:04 p.m., 7 :30a. m " " 80Uth,6:13 a. M., 6:50 p. m, Local freight arrives 2 :40 p. m " departs 8 .-00 a. u. M. & C. R. Mail train east " " west AT DeCATHR. 9:40 P. 13:65 a. POOIt SOUTH CAROLINA. FLOOD AMD FAF.Iiri! Col. Holman's Speech at Mem- pills. Col. D. W. Ilolman of Fayettaville was made President of the Memphis & Kuoxvllle Railroad convention recently held In Memphis. Ills speech is re ported in the Memphis Appeal, and is mostly devoted to showing how much Memphis would be benefited by the building of this road. lift seems to have made a profound impression, for the merchants and other citizens of Me...

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. — 30 April 1874

THE TTHjJyJ: . CDTHTtZZEnsr. KTO. U7 Pitloo'fri fT ! f - Hi Citizen Printing Company. L. IV. McCORD, Kditor aud Manager, I I. MfOORD, J.oal Editor. THURSDAY, : : APRIL 30, 1874. ANIJOUNCSaiEOTS. OONttKsa. Wa are authorised to announce Cx. N. N. Cor a a cnndidate for Conrrosa irom thin, the 6th Ilistrict, oomponwi ot the counties of Wiivod, Luwronoa, llickuiau, Lewis, GMioe, Maury and Williamaon. Election, fir Ttmradaf in .ovembcr. 18'4. We are authorize to annouueo How. VV. O'N. PaaaiNe ua a caudidute for Con if res irom the Stb District, cornpoaod of the counties of Wayne, Lawrence, Hickman, 1.4-wis. Giles. Maury and Williamaon. F.lec linn first Thursday in November, 1S74. COUNTY COL'KT CLIBK. We are authorized to announce Hiohako K. (In) Hri a candidate for County Court Clerk of Giles county at the ensuing (I.. lion. We are authorized to announce J, Poxa AetuXATiiT a candidate for County Court t lurk ol Gilea county at trie ensuing election lli, KuiToa: Please announce to the rxjo...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 30 April 1874

CURIOUS AXD SCIENTIFIC. T-MTERATT7B! OF THE MedITERBA- KEan. Between the dopth-1 of one and a quarter and two miles the tempera ture of the Mediterranean is every where conotant, at only three degrees above freezing point. SrvouiiAR Eipekimbxt. From a se ries of very curious experiments just made, it appears that the high notes of a violin htcwg are accompanied with suffi cient oononssion to explode iodide of nitrogen on paper affixed to it. The sound-waves generated by the explosion of tbe merest triflo of nitro-glyoerine are also, it is found, capable of explod ing an equal quantity of iodide of ni tn?ea at a difctanoe of eight and a half feet. Tub Earth's Aoe. Dr. Ilerman J. Klein hns just published, at Cologne, a somewhat carious inquiry concerning the age of the earth, in which he se verely criticizes the attempts of the ge ologiHts to compute the length of time required for certain formations. Thus Btddle calculates the age of the Missis sippi Delta, from the amount of the jre...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 7 May 1874

" L. Vi'. MeCord, Proprietor. mi ort " corucr of the Squar Cp BulrB. ' TKKM1 or aUBlKsirriox: . aATm or rm;1J nivimmM, PACK. '!'. a IM! Ii fc'Pm 1 j i.l in r, I ll b in Iti Ul u iu Vi Ul 20 uu a to lo iu I.) (U lo vU 10 ho 10 IU 2 no In IU 'Jii taj i: oo. is A in uu no 4 UU a uo SO ) 1 mi' coir Oivr-ilill rl c ,i -ll-Uv If I ol . ,u... 1 00 . 7 U 40 DJ I III bu or ' 'H ' 40 (A) ui 76 I AEKANSJAS. Ha ftrK 7 " : . ... jCMm1Jotll tWLtm ter, of ArknM, ban UlegraphJ rrobidont h urnt m roiiows , ,"U im not trn I bare do- cirea mnuu j.w outside of Tulaski county j Kothing bM been dona on ray part to prevent peaceable eettlemeiit by tie leKUilature I j i-.wvsi.ii iujwu until that ia T.nrr n T?-viir Av..'l ot mi , , ---- .--xiiere la na maienai cuange between the two belligerent OTcraoni,ti tL Vuiutd 8ateir-foTrer- The Baxter men to-dy enioved an old rtcge piece from too lowfir emi of fowrf, where it was uucd iiy me coureui vaii.ms.i it at ir: i nrn.T of aia,i.am uiilMnxt iBtreetu. Jtw iw-.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. — 7 May 1874

1TO. 18 VOL IS glic -Qtthshi gitiztn By the Citizen Printing Co. L. AV. 2VIoCOItr. Editor and Iauuf;or L.. X. MoCOHI)..w-utf, THURSDAY. MAY 7, 1871. SCHEDULE. A'. & D. & G. S. Ii II., Decatur DivU'n Mail & Expres south 12:44 P. M. 1'asKvnjrer train ' 10:43 p.m. Mail train north 8 :42 a. m. Kx press .rain nortli 11 :51 P. M. Kriilit " " 8:04 p.m., 7 :30 a.m. . " " aoiitli, 0:13 a. m.,G :50 p.m. Iax'hI freight arrives 2 :40 p. M. " " departs 8 :00 a. m. M. & C. 11. li., at Decati.r. Mail train east 9:40 p. " " west 12:55 a. tiT A. J. bird is at once the noisiest and most meddlesome and despicable member of the feathered tribe. t3T Geod democratic sportsmen will take special pleasiue in flipping A. J. bird's winr whenever he sees him this summer. VST Ex-Gov. Curtin Is not very far wrong when he says the life of the South has been extinguished, with noth ing left but waste, debt and desolation Cy One ot the most parent humbugs of the age is the proposition of low tax men...

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. — 7 May 1874

"vol. ie ' , Hy Citizen rHntlng Company. U W. McCOIiD, Editor aud Manager, I. l. McCOKD, I Editor. THURSDAY, : MAY 7, 1874. iUl e v i A - m ocmtuu. We are authorised to an on no Cei N. N, Cox aa a candidal fur Conrreae from thia lh th Uiatriet, eunpoml ot theconntiea of WiJM, Lawr-iic, Hickman, Lewiv, Gila Maury and Williareieon. Eloctioa, Sr Tauredetr in Novtnbw. 1ST. ara authorial to announce Hon. W O'N. Faunae aa a candidate fur Conrca Irnm the th bietrict, oonipceed ef tha ouealiee of Wayne, i arenoe, Htckman Jwh, Oi lea, Kaury and W iliiamaoa. ieo tion llrat Thnraday In Nowmtwr, 1874. COCKTT OUUBT (till. W ara authorized to announce. Bioaaao B.(Dicm) Hub a Candida to fur County Cou't urn oi uuee county al tne enauing tWUDD, " w e axe eathorized to aunouuoa J. Pou AJ.TUT candidate fur Coon I y Coort Clark or Uilee eoentjr at trie enauing eloctioa a. fcmvoa: 'Xlaao announce to the peo p that I am a candidate for County Court Claik i Uilee county, and will be glad to rociTe their ...

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. — 7 May 1874

ITOLS FliOll . THE GRANGES. A Ohasom Strijuss ojf Cot-feb. The New Hartford grange, of Pike county, Mo., has resolved not to buy coffee on and after the first day of April, nnless the usual high price of coffee ia re duced to twenty-five oents per pound, provided a majority of the grangta con cur therein. Two other granges are recorded as "concurring." After Scbooi. Ootcebs and School Bock Monopolies. The Clark county (I nd.) Council has resolved " That the offioe of oonnty Bnperinten lent of schools is useless, and does not ad vance the interests of common school eduoation ; " also, "That the school book monopoly is insufferable, and the greatest swindle perpetrated on our people." It recommends "the immedi ate establishment of state publishing house where books can be had at rea sonable cost." Avoid Intebnaii Discobds. A Mich igan Patrons urges brethren to be " Blind to all opinions in discord with the general wishes of the grange." He adds : " We are strong enough to meet and hav...

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. — 14 May 1874

11 THE CITIZEN. , L. W. LIcCord, Proprietor. 0ffie?r.,rthea4.1 corner of IbeSauara, Cp BUI. tkiimi or nuisciiimoxi Dollar -r Annual, In "ictj run iuviiB-riMjio: MMCK. I nio. 2 mo. I mo. mo. 1Z mo. im niare..,,., To iinrt-a J 3 tree "Miiarea.... 1-iwr iwiiiiire-...,.. -t"f.-in tla fi.l. On? tli'1,1 !!.. tllie-l U If (I,) 444 '4ll (-2 AO IO to iu 1U III I.' Ill I I.. 4 Ik I 4 III ti Ml- III IU I.'. I 1 1 i.l ( 00 in uu 12 00 15 IU -S IV : mi t IP 2U 00 ' m 10 (il 12 IO 1"! IO IS 00 ; on 40 00 ' "U 441 i u a, ui 7 i4rfi ut ARKANSAS. Y . ' 1. . a irt-BHieut wrant lias received a di. patch from Ooy. Baxter, of Aikaii8aj, stating ... .IU,U i.iourrocuon exiMB In the State 44 44.1 44ll'4.W 4rt- -1.1 4- . - .. ' ,u i u iroiec; uio state againat uuu,"u "u,"l- v. Maxtor says he tele- Srai nouior name lath of April, tut under Hiamu iiie rremuent never received the reoni uilinn llnv llm.bu I.-.. - 4 - . 1' ......... ..... ... ,n.iy maio a tunii- ... i,w u i0 lawyer, in. Wanh incrtnii liii-iWinrv...

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. — 14 May 1874

VOL IS g7 Pjthxhi (Titizcn Jig the Citizen Printing Co. L. W. Mi'COUI). KJiior and Manager Tj. X. MfCOlJI), A-MK-iatc, THURSDAY, MA IT 14, 1874. SCHEDULE. A & I. & G. S. J! II., Decutur Divis'n Mull A Express south 12:14 p. m. rnxKcnfrcr train " 10:-13p. m. Mail train north 8:42 a. m. Express niin north 11 :5a i M. Freight " " 8:04 p.m., 7 :30 a.m. " " south, C:13 a. M.,6 :50 p.m. Local freight arrives 2:40 p. m. " departs 8 :00 a. m. M. & C. It Mall train east . . " " west It., at I)i:cati:k. 9:40 P. w. 12:55 a. M. f2f Gov. Brow n lias disapproved of the locution nt Ilunihold for an Asylum for the Insane, the hoard of medical ad visers having pronounced it unsuitcd to the purpose. F2T Wc yield nearly our entire local ppaco to corresjKjndents this week, most of whom write in favor of the county convention. It Is astonishing how the convention has recently grown in popu lar favor. We think the negro conven tion at Nashville had something to do with it. "If it didn't, It o...

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. — 14 May 1874

VOL. IS Pulaski Citizen. lty Citizen Printing Company. L. V. M.COIM), Editor ami Maitar, I !. M.OItl, IKal Editor. THE TJXSSZI CITIZEN". TIH'KSDAV, MAY 11,187. We are. authorized to annnnnc; Col. Jf. X. ( a candidate fur Ioiiiti'w from thin, lli.- lith 1'istrict. Composed ot the counties of V)iid. Lawrence, Hickman, Lewis, ;!. Maury mi! Williamson. Election, first p ur-daf in N'ovi-mber, 1 - Ac arc. authorize to eiiiioi.tno Hon. W. i'N. I'tunisa us a candidate lor Coneresa troiu tho th hlialrict, composed of the counties of Wayne, Lwr.n., Jlickmun. !. Mimry and Williamson. Idee ii.,n tir-t Thursday in November, ls74. tuitr cik m i:ur.i. We are authorized to announce Kir-HAkit I;. tl'HK) lino a ttnuiilutc for County ( ,.uri "U-rk f (tiles county at tho ensuing , l.-ciion. We aro authorized to announce J. 1'ole Abiksatiit a candidate for County Court ekrk of liiies couuty at the ensuing election Ma. huiToa: i'lease unnouneu to the poo pi. that I am a candidate for County Court lrk t l...

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. — 14 May 1874

1 THROCKMORTON'S GHOST. How at Woman t Hrca With Her .Destroyer. The trial of Miss Eliza Godwin, who was reoently brought before the oonrts in Iionisville upon a writ de lunaiico inquirendo, and discharged, develop"! a tram of circumstances which not only outdo the creations of the novelist and romancer, bnt can only find their paral lel in the gloomy and grim Nemesis of Grecian mythology. Miss Eliza God -win is a member of a respectable fami ly, a well-educated and cultivated lady, who, when a mere school-girl, twenty four years ago. made the acquaintance of Maj. John Throckmorton, an accom plished and fascinating man of the world, then twenty yeats her senior. His influence upon her amounted to an infatuation which she could not control. She was confiding and inexperienced, like most school -girls of idealistio ten dencies, and she very soon engaged her self in marriage to him. When be had secured this advantage, he ruined and then abandoned her, but the shadow of the darkness int...

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. — 21 May 1874

THE CITIZEN. L. W. McOord, Proprietor. Cilice Northeajt corner of tlieSquars, Up Staira. or MDBKcnirriox: Twtft f)ollAa-a au. . . .a. IACK. I mo. 1 ujo. mo. mo. 12 ma. "I"" I 2 m torn , . . , - , 'J iv o imi iiMrcft.. Thri-w miliar,.... lour UUHie 4 Ml-fill I 111 C.i lli'r.l ( i.l.... f Hiit-nnir 1,'ui Onv ..'ul UU 10 UU JO ul) l? on 'JO I t U) 10 III i: io r. ii Ji' UU 10 m 11 uo M IU 2" US i (l 4U Ul 111 IU 1 . I Hi 1H in I II 1 00 ou ?JJ IO 4 00 iKi u to on J u 7li itl IU Ul ARKANSAS. .i:ui. . .... - more activity in both camps. At rparta, in Johnson count. Gcu. Lee Thompson and Col. Iirizzolari, of the lirooks forces, took fcrciLlo posseseion'of the teamer i-ouert bemple. The owner. Gen. A. w. jupj.r, kui . wm or replevin, and the sheriff served it on the narties. caMnrW Jtrizzolari and a portion of hia nin - Ti. sou escaped, Latter hits riany of recruits from Hempstead comity and expects more. The Urooks pa.ty have ex teuded their furtigation around the Jtenja- lo 'Kivcu ono co...

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. — 21 May 1874

JL VOL 16 glw guhshi iiizcn By the Citizen I'rintiwj CV. Ij. -V. McCOllD, K'litor and Manager I,. I. M-C;OItD, Associate, THURSDAY. MAT 21, 1S74 SCIII2JDU.L.E. X. & P. & G. S. It- 11., Decatur Div'u'n Mail & Express fcoiitli 12:44 i m. l'as.-enjrer train " 10:43 r. m. Inil train north 8:42 A. M. Kxpros Main north 11 :."i; r. m. Freight " " :)4 p. M.,7 ::) a.m. " " couih, 0 :13 A.M.,(i :.r0 p.m. Loeul freight urrt vw 2:10i m. " ' d.iiarU 8 :00 A. M. M. & C. II. K.. Mail train east . " " west at Ikcati;k. 0:10 p. 12:5j a. A. J. Iiinl. JCcpudiation. The .Sonatorship. . Vho cares for honor! AVho cares for State credit! Amid! Ions ! Yes, to be V. S. Senator. Give Hie that, even at the cost oi dis grace and dishonor to the State. Give jne that, even though the dem ocracy jjo to 1M1 and the State to ruin. Uepudiatiou la nothing, dishonor is nothing, eompared with my agonizing desire for the Scnatorship. O, dear people of Tennessee, bring bankruptcy to tlio Ktut and ruin to ...

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. — 21 May 1874

"VOL. 16 TIKIS ZFnDTLSZECI oimz-isiisr. Pulaski Ciiiza Ity Citizen I'rintina i-'on,ny. W. McC.Ol:i, Editor and JUiiar, l. M.CORI), IM al Editor! niLRSDAV, : MAY 21, 1874. AliTJOUITCESIEIJTS. We ar authorize.! to announce Col. N. N. 'ix a- a candidate fr Conere from thin', tlie 6th District. empnar.1 ot the connii.,. of Wji:, Lawruiu-e, liickman, Lwi, G:!ea, Muury ami Wilti,o. ElocUou, firvt l'Mtir.hi in NoninUir, 1?4. O'N. Iroin aro aiuln-riza to uiinoum-e Iloa. W. )'iuiti u a vKji.ii.luUj for Confrrera tlm oth 1'ii.irU.t. comunml tl, i-ouuiina (,f Way no, Lawrence, iiicknian, wi, Maury and Wiiliamaon. Klec - !i"n tir-t Thursday in November, 1S74. COlTI coit cu. We are authorized to announce Sicuaid K. (Li-) Krr a candidate for Counit Court C'lurk of Gilea eountjr at the euauing 1 blltll. auili. nzed to announce J. J'ol Abikniiu a candidate for County Court V. icrK oi itiioa county at tueenaumg election Ua. hunou: i'l.ai-e announce to the peo pie that I am a candidate for County Cou...

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