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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 June 1874

HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Fob Cot.ored Goods that " Won't "Wash." To sot blue : Take one tea epoonful of powdered so gar of lead, ponr on enough boiling water to dis Bolve it, add this to one gallon luke warm water, stir it np, and take care that no engsr of lead settles around the edges or bottom ; put fabric in for half an hour, wring out and dry before wash ing. To set green : Use alnm in same way, taking care that the fabric does not lie upon bottom of the vessel, while it ia soukftjr, as the alum is very apt to settle, and if it oomes in direct contact with fabrio will injure it. A Frequent Thoublb with Kerosene Lam ph. The light often is unsatisfac tory while all is apparently in good or der. It should be borne in mind that, though the wick is but very gradually burned, it is constantly becoming less able to conduct the oil. During several weeks tome quarts of oil are slowly fil tered through the wick, which ctops every particle of dust or other matter that will with the utmost ...

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 July 1874

THE CITIZEN, ' L. W. LIcOord, Proprietor. Office Northeast corusrof the Square, pp atelrs. tshms or IDMCIiniOII batks or raises ro muTM , I mo. S mo. I mo. , m& ,a mo imf wrr Ui ( ' I 1 00 iiri . , To squares u, J "J; '.SrS ??? T o ihi tiarea.... 4 ) A iff I IIITW wr'n'i 3-. Knur wi'iHr. .... Iini fi ll! til t'l.l. Iiiti ilk i rd !.,.. Onf-i nlf t.ol I in .'til - la is 12 no 20 S HI 1U (II U lt l"i on a (U 10 (XI 1 . UJ 18 ( 10 ou 11 in is tv '-TI 111 un lit IO a uo no uo 4 UO li 00 ' on ) oc fc) uo 7 01 ua or -y ( ti '! l cu uu CONGEESSIONAL. In the senate, on the 16Lh, a bill waa passed to authorize the sale of the property belonging to the Midlers' home, Harrodsburg, Kentucky, known as the Harrodsburg Spring property.... The bill to provide for the eleo tion of congressman at large from the state of Alabama panned The senate thn took no the post-office appropriation bilJ. The amend ment -asrefd to were as follow: Limiting the free delivery system to cities of popuUv tiou exce...

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 July 1874

1 YOL 16 By the Cltism 1'rintirtg Co.' Js. -v. IkXfOOItD, K.liior and Mjnap-r L. D. McCOHU, Associate, . THURSDAY, .JULY 2,1874. SCHEDULE. S. & D. & G. S. P. U., Decatur Divi.-'ii Mall & Express south Jus:ji;rcr train Mall train north Express1 train north . . Freight " " " " bOlitli,.. . Local freight arrives. . deports . .12:2s v. m. . 10 ::!.'$ i: m. . S:'J7 a. M. , ,0 :.")" r. t. . um:ja.i. . .2 :1 r..M. . 2:10 v. m, . 8 -Mi) A. M. XI. & C. It. II., AT DKCATflt. Mail train east! . . : 9 :40 p. u. " west 12 :') a. m. C.ipt. Jno. C. Loter, Col. .New ton White and lady and ( apt. ii. 11. McMil lion left last Tuesday morning for Colo rado. They will begone about six weeks. C2?An true white men, wliatever their former nflilia tions may have been, are now repudiating the civil rights enormity. They are putting their feet upon the vile mon-ter to erush it. tW A correspondent of the Nashville Christian Alrocute writing from Culle oka, speaks of Mr. Ormau in Justly complim...

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 July 1874

VOL. IS i. I- i . oil Citizen rrintlity Company. 1.. W. Mt-COIM), K-litor ami Manager, I.. I). MHOKI), Loral Kdlior. THCRSDAY, JULY 2,1874 ANNOUNCEIXEOTS. coNURxca. wo are authorized to unnoanoe Col. N. N. 4 ox a a cnuiaau for ConirrM Horn ibis the tith District, anipHod ot the cniuilie of Wayiid, Uwrtrce, Hickman, Lewi Gilo Maiiry nd w Uliaitmon. Lluclion, first Thnm-le in isnvf-nilwr, ls'4. We are kulIktixu to announce Hum. W ;. i hk canuiuute ior jonirreH mull the 'lli I'iMlricl, compowod f tho coiiulioa oi nayno, l.uwrcney, Hickman l.cwi, Oilce, Mimry and Williamson. Kloc linn first Thursday in November, 1S74. COUNT T COL'KT ULXSK. We are authorized to announce Kii iiakd K. (Dice) a canaidutu for Cour.ty Court Clerk of ti)u county ut tho ensuing clect'lun. Wb. Kditoh: Ib-uso unriouni-o to the peo ,Iu that I am a candidate tor County Court Clerk ol Gilea comity, and will he plad to receive tliuir vote. Helta-tod I will twrform the various otitic of Huid otliee to the bet ot ,ny a...

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 July 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. Dttxablb Timber. A correspondent of the Prairie Farmer finds the wood of the catalpa much mora durable than white oak for posts catalpa poets aet boat 1845 outlasting white oak post set about ten year later. Bat he finds the Osage orange on the whole the best timber for posts, growing rapidly, and proving rery durable, and tiie planta tion when ont reproducing itself readily. How to TJsb Tabis Obeik. D. C. Richmond, of Ohio, recommends the following way of applying this virulent bng-killer, avoiding the danger of the rseniodiut flying in the air and en tering the breath. A hogshead of wa ter, with a faucet, is drawn on a wagon to the potato field, as a reservoir to draw from. Fill a pail with water and stir in a heaped tablespoon of pure Paris green, and more if impure. Dip in an old broom, aui with it spri. kie the infested plants. Bright sunshine is the best time. WoBcesTEnsnrBB Sauck. A corres pondent of the London Garden gives a recipe for this popular sanoe. l...

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 July 1874

THE 'CITISEIQ, L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Jills. mo- - n. 3.w;,iS iJS l lh irwi lo a ' J" 10 o . so oe 1? n f . .IMM.ir1 . ' 1 '-U o....oi s'.'.i is do n 8 VI OS 'CONGRESSIONAL. In the senate, on tha iatfew-toparobae tha watch presented La- I -j naaington, and to restore tt to b betrs, Vas rae4.,.,TJla pr" celled with tha consideration of tl . ' , tml appropriation bill, and th , ,nn,ll7 tha ejmm ui:. . PJli . 'ra6nJulen'a of waa or,, taaitrng th Eatof p.jKin' at NaahviUe to ,a7?,000. The 4'Dg" abollelmiK th. civil eerviea w.,,!?0. tiuu r.prted restoring the commiV' c .L-rHn "r..," "nBe8 there to NPM w mm, J of tho ,Try ;p'oenril1!ent hill for Ue y-ar ea.Jinr Jnns j,7 Jj0"!"1'"11 ail appron.-iation at tin, S' ' " Ia1 and niatii.t.t national baw puce worn In the house, oa the 20.b, the speaker ! r rum tue rreident, call ing attentJnn to the T.rovii ;.. j? . - . bill for the payment of the debt, of the di,, " " mnklr-ff fund com. D .HMUuera. mnmr f.- doth- lnteret at the rate It 8.65 m...

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 July 1874

Hm O. 27 YOL 16 TI-3 ' 4 ! I fjit IJuhtrJii gitizcn By the Citizen Printing Co. Is. -V. jrcCOKD, K.liur and Maunder L. D. McCOKD,Asocutf, THURSDAY, JULY 0,1874. SCHEDULE. tf. & D. & G. S. H 11., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Ex pre s south . . l'awenjjrer train " ... Mail train north Kxpre-s Main north . . . yr.i'lit " " " " south, Iooal freight arrives. . . " departs . . . .12 :2 s p. M. . .io.:i3 p.m. . 8::;r a. .v. . C :57 p. M. . !):4:tA.M. . . .2 :45 p.m. . . 2:40 v. M. . 8 :U0 a. m. M. & C. II. Ji., AT Dkcati ic. Mail train east O-AOr.x. " " vet 12:30 a. m. tST "Subject to whatever action tlie democratic party may take to seture harmony." This is the way Gen. Whit tliorne aunounee himself a candidate for re-clectiou to Conrre.,s. We like it. It liaa ttto riiiff of true democracy in it. CSfThat is a shrewd bu; unfair triek of Andy Johnson men to hire old Gov. Foote to arraign him before the people of Tennessee. However, we hardly think it will win. Foote's ojiposition ...

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 July 1874

SjJ r PTJLASK1I OITIZE2T ity VitUen l'ri ;...j Company. I tv'.-McCORM, L iitjr and y inajrui-, L. U.aU-r4)ni, !..,.-ul !:,ittr. ,.7 TUdESOAY.X-: JULY .', "" y We are aathiruu'l 1 1 mno ;nc! Cue' Jf. N Com iui ei n i. J .ia f.,r Coi !rntn this! the 8lb Dislri.ji, cuinjwxml ,i c;m of Wsvno. Lawrence. jliukfun.ii. Maury aid Wi!l.ui,.a. E;,xai..Li', first We art iilIktIui to niiiir.iioiii.,i. y. )N. Pimi us a cmiiJMuta for ;on trrtt irom the tith District, cmposit t.f the rountis of Wsync, bur. ti, Hickman, Lswis. Giles, Manry ntil Wi.lianisow. Kioc tin Srot Thursday in November, 1S74. f-.uiToa Cirixan I'lgaH aunouu.-M me u a candidate to represent thin ( the 7th ) Con gressional Jiistricl io the a-tlh Congress. suVect t. whatever urtioii the Dtruooraiii ami Cno1 vativo parties may-tak. 1 w,nf; harmony. - W. C.-W1IITT t) BNB CO0HTT COl-ItT CtLglC. r ... .. n. ( im;j . i-aiiejiuabe for toiiiu j i...v r i . . . . . 1 1 1 1 1J 1 f tuuiv viui a wi uiiwi cm lllj ' litlO 1111111 U election. 1...

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 July 1874

f CLOTHES AXD -TIT Kin .WEALEHS. Fasiuonahl Apbons. 'WitLin tlie last week or two, bstb Paris corres pondent, aprons Lave arreare-,5, and now dressee of all kinds, (vm ball dresse aro matle with thera. It la, ia trnth, n ftdalaUon of tho cuirapse, anil the new npror.8 ro callad tftbliers cuiraeBa. They we made very tipht eoroes the front eo Upkt, indeed, th 'wearer often finds it difiioult to Bit down, end is often forced to balance herrelf t the rery edge of her chair, m our graaJ mothers did in the tirae of Queen Char lotte. However, there is no need to ex aggerate. The email fichu or bco.iI worn around the shoulders suits the new styles of tub! ier nj well. Borne one speokin? of the new-fashioned dresses describes them very aptly as resembling the plnmsge of a peacock, smooth, e'osefittiBg to the figure, vritli a loofco, voluminous tail trailing behind. EtoLisn Babboh Dkeskks. A pretty and long-neglected fabrics has reappear ed, this season, and makes up into pretty, eimple, inex...

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 July 1874

I Bib & C:li::!,'?, A. C. & CO. FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT Public .liirarir'of Kentuctv T 1 EXTRA ZEDDITICXLT Vol. XVI. Pulaski,; Tennessee. Thursday, July !tli, 1874." o. "27. ILANT A HOME. BY MRS. II. A. KIDDKR. I M Young beginners in life's morning, Don't forget the rainy day ; Sunshine cannot last forever, Or the heart be always gay. Save the dime and then the dollar. Lay up something as you roam ,: Choose some blooming spot of beauty, Some fair spot, and "plant a home." .-. You, too, having babes around you, Coming up to take your place, Give them something to remember Homestead memories let them trace. Would you feel the pride of manhood Let the sun your dwelling reet Breathe the blessed air of lreedom, , .. And to Brown's now turn your feet. THE KUKNEL'S KOOSr. How Squire Skaggs got Skin ned by the "Pharaoh Men." Savannah News.j i "You sec,'' said the Squire, pitch ing his voice to an exegetic.il alti tude, "it wuz sorter this way. Last Chuesday wuz a week ago," I sailed ...

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 July 1874

at tha enouinff eltsction. . JttM cuaoieu to ac-neve tins end through Schools was reduced to $000 per annum -0 jeopardize the interests of our people 1 1 ii. MEDICAL. DEPT. DOMESTIC RECIPES. To Stop the Flow of Blood. An exchange says there is "no bet ; ter use to make of tine-cut tobacco tliau to bind it upon a fresh wound, u i nothing will stop the flow '.of blood quicker. , Gukkx Salve. One-quarter of a pouud of lard; one ounce resin; onj ounce beeswax; one, drachm verdigris;' melt and stir well. This is one of the best salves known for old sores, ulcers, can cers, scrofulous sores, cuts and wounds. , Aunica Liniment. Two ounces al ohol, one drachm' tincture arni ca. Unequaled for pains, in the feet and limbs from walking; for II fresh or receut sprains, bruisee ' or contused wunds, and for rheu ' matism of the joints und gouty f pains. Bitteks. Take boneset, wild cherr3' bark and poplar bark; make n infusion 'by adding' a quart of wsrin water; let it cool, and drink ' when thirs...

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 July 1874

tateuient is true, dealers in . ... . J. JK. C. BROWy, . A Brief History of His Mer cantile Success in Pulaski. What Pluck Persistency and Printer's Ink will Do. "Tall Oaks from tittle Acorns Grow." ; In the spring of 1870, Mr. Brown, then an unmarried man, we believe, and evidently quite young, came to Pulaski toicommence his career bb a merchant, determined to make this his home and build up', a profitable and prosperous business, but hardly anticipating, we imagine, the brilliant success which has fol lowed his efforts. He started out, however, with a principle which has been rigidly adhered tor to sell goods at the smallest profit possi ble and exclusively for cash, and the result has been wonderful, as briefly detailed below. It was the 5th day of April, 1870, that he opened in a small, modest way, in one of the rooms now oc cupied by his emporium, with only two salesmen, Mr. II. G. Brown and Mr. A. P. Neil. It was not long before people began to find the cheap cash store, for ...

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 July 1874

Ik-1'I lut theirs, this is all a i1c1usk.ii and trick to catch the unwary. lJcware of ail Mich chmuT, for tlieru i- nothing in it .-o tar as tin-y arc cciicciiicd. Thh is, or claims to he, a trco country. hllitT. W?ttt l!r.i. j.u.c uwuurcu i- r cm, anu r:.w nuu is til.-. I -with the I. ik on or U-iore fcatur- Statk of Tkxnesskk, ) I'lU'XTY ok Gii.ks. ss I, J. 1. May, Cashier of the N tioiial Hank of 1'ulask.i. do bolctuu We Br uihrtii to iniiKunn Mat hTh. I "iiirvly at t ri !ui-.; u the iii'lfatiiriiMi' 1 ii iv ,...vi ir .,Hm. t. OsEof the oldest, ablest and befit 'known member of the Suf folk bar once drily said that there was no euch 'thing as knowing what law was nntil the Supreme -Court had had its opportunity to ' guess at It. But there iano law, constitution al or statutory, to prevent Brows from selling the cheapest goods in the State. , JLiiCE the following diagram with -Mi.ce u wco ui ps. ."ni, tut curfa uig aay line or going over each lhie more than once. ' " Oxk of the ol...

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 July 1874

UL- it. --- . ' ' v.. -,.. . -";.". : . -y !-: - - fC m . j Mi 'til T?.'iIcOord, Proprietor. 0 flics Northeast corner of tha Sqoara, Tip Stairs.' uiu of ricn ro fTin rc. . r-.j-e . ' " BX IlM. .5 ? 22 a e pinart ..f..inl!i 1. tll'Ml -i !! O'l.. a uu iso a PAT1E.1ICK. T THKIIK CiBT. Wjj re ww to Imitfpnt of -e.'T Umirniir forrTrt- Tnr the tlmC ij'bt J " F..T Ujh e live to-morrow In toKlky Ve, Md to-morrow we mmj ntjyer W re too lity ; fr not reconri'cd k" ' To 1m kind Dtnre do Iiit woi lr,ne 4nt oor -rl, nrt !;ke a rootirb cUi'd ' We d tt np to nee If it ha grown.. Tb Knod tht la to li we covet now ' Wo rn not w!t lor tt aopomted'hotir IVfnre the fn.it In Hps we tke tlje bouciL Aud M-ise tue bnd that folds away tUe flower. When midulKht darkness rrlpm we do not see That tue and mifht ia mottiir of tb msrn We ran uot ttiiik our wo aharp asocy ' Mar he the blrtfa-i.iug of a j.,r m,b,rn. Into the dut we see onr Idola nant. And cry that deatii baa trtumiiiied. life ia vnl t W-do not trut...

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 July 1874

JJO. 28 vol ie THE PULASKI CITIZEN" 5 By the Citizen Printing Co. I j. "W. McCOED, Editor and Manager L. X. MoCOIiD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : : JULY 1C, 1S74. SCHEDULE. S. & D. & G. S. It. It., Decatur DIvis'n Hail & Express gouth . . , l'ansenjrer train " Mail train nortli Expres3o-ain north Freight " " " " south, Local freight nrrives. . . , " departs : . . .12:2S p. m. . . .10:33 p.m. .-. 8:37 a. M. 6:57 P. M. . ..9:43a.m. . . . .2:45 p.m. . . . 2 :40 p. m. . . . 8 :00 a. M. M. & C. K. R., at Decatur. Mail train east 9 :40 P. M. " " west 12:30 a. M. Chicago In Ashes Again. From the dispatches In Wednesday's dailies we have the particulars of an other great Are In Chicago Tuesday evening and night, the particulars of which we condense as follows : The fire started about 4 p. m.- in some frame houses corner Clark and Twelfth streets. At 6t8' the lire had almost made a clean sweep up to the corner of Third Avenue mul I'oltL street, burning' up the houses of thousands...

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 July 1874

fUL VOL. 16 Pulaski Ciiisen. IUJ Citizen Printing Com pan . I.. Mi ( OKI), IMitor and Manager TlllUM-AY, : vIULY li, 174 ANNOUNCEMENTS- X.N4KHS. We "re authorized to announce Col. N. N .... m i..tl.l'nl.ttA '.. I'j. 1 .1" i - - - " 1 1 1111 I 111", l...r.ilt I kiktt rirt ( tin iowt tii tin. ..t.r.i: - c inn vkH 1 - j viiu vi'lltlblK U Wdiw, Lawreiij, llickman, Lewi, liile. Vanry ami miiiu'iiaou. r.loction, Brt '1'lnirK.la in Jovrmb.r, lf". Wu are niirtii-riM ly announce Ilo. W try. riKi ,i a fiiiiui.iiiUs lor tAiiirrei-i irmii tho 'HI' I'irftriot, oouipotui,! f th ..iiiiitim or wayne, Luwn-ftvti, Hickman. I , wii. Mtii-, aiaury aim Williamson, t le ti.iii Hrt ThurxUy in Novmnbor, 174. Kiiituh I rlihN i ifHmj aunoiiuou me Ms lt vamli-lata to r. prcwn t tr.ia ( tho 7! h ) C'on- P'r-rioaai I'lxlrirl in the 44th ConrraH mi" net to whxtever uction the Ileruocrati nihi Curiam mil ve partioa may take lo iwure harmony. W. u. WHITTHORNF, COl'NIV Clll'HT CLERK. We are authorized to announce R...

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. — 16 July 1874

POPULAR SCIENCE GLEAMXGS. Safkty of An.ksthbtics. If the force of statistics be of any value, ether ap- ptmo, upjtouu question, to te tue safest acm'thetio. By combining American and British data relating to thia ques tion, the result show conclusively that chloroform is eight times as daugorous as ether, twice as dangerous as a mixt ure of chloroform and ether, and, as far as experience goes, it is more danger ous than bichloride of methylene. The report of the London chloroform com mittee, appointed to investigate this subject, states that not only is ethrr less dangerous than chloroform, but that with every care, and the most tx act dilation of the chloroform vapor by the most skillful hands, the state of in sensibility may pass in a few moments into one of imminent death. Lead Poison. Lead poisoning by means of - water-pipes of that metal would seem to be u very unlikely hap, if we may believe the testimony advanced at a recent discussion of the matter in the French academy of s...

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 July 1874

THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office Nortliewt eortsrnf tliSiaare, Cp Stairs. or ipiKumox: lollr x-r Auwitm. la IM. 1 11)1 1 mo. t nio, t mo. 12 mo. One lTiar. 'I O 4tl(r l; ! (Iiai Ci ., I III, ft Ml til I'l.l niiilli-M I (t... Oi.c-i itif 1 i,l.. , -' . 4 I.' 111 a hi I., in IJ ID r. mi 1 1 n i I in 111 I , l. 19 141 .l I W VI IU i (1 , ll m id t I oo lo ui It oe l m -a n m e 4 U f IS ( xi at at n aii n m FAlLUW. K'jovrn. below ma, on the hill, (ireat Ai-UU or gram ttlolr f uliurat All . Tbe (folili-n fm;t beuda down tbe inn,'. The a-raaa ntni N hlh ro m-l mowre- k'neea The bee pant. tnrouirU tbe clorer be.la. Aad can nut tavte ot half .- i... .1. - 1 UB And e farmer Manila wit.'i (rrtiedy n c-uui. ci. Harvest Arowlna .i,. Amnuj hla flnlila, so fair jo a, He take no Brans, no note, of 'me I lla anil bank, alone- tbe hill, (intent and Idle, idle allll. My iazy ailet.ee never atlrred Hy breathl-aa bee or bnnirry bird All creatnrea know the cribe whli-d yield .No ereatnre ae...

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 July 1874

VOL IS gftc jjnfashi (Piiizcn By Vie Citizen rriuUng Co. Xj. "W. McCOHD, Eiitor and Manager L. X. MoCOUD, Aciate, THURSDAY, : : : JULY 23, 1874. SCHEDULE. & D. &. G. S. It li., Decatur BivU'n Mail A Express south . I'aasenger train " Mall train north Express train north . . Freight " " .. " south,. . . Local freight arrives . . " " departs . . .12:28 p. w. . . 10 :33 P. M. . . 8:37 a. m. . . (5:57 p. M. . 9:J.1a.. . . .2 -AT p.m. . . 2 :40 P. M. . . 8 .-00 a. M. M. & C. R. K., Hail train cast " " west AT DeCATHB. 9 :40 P. M. 12:30 a.m. ISP The complete official list of losses by Insurance companies in the late Chi cago fire aggregates $2,727,290. The entire loss was $1,025,000. Mr. Editok: Please announce tne a candidate for Congress in this (the 7ih) district, but that 1 will cheerfully abide any action of the Conncrvntive and Democratic party in the selection of a candidate. S. K. Kobe. 3JT Gov. Brown has declined to ap prove the "election ol the site ut Brownsville fo...

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 July 1874

TOLl16 Pnlaslii CilinonT )iy Vitist-n Printing Couijxtni. J I,. W. Mc-COUI, KtiiMr ami Manager, ! TMt'KSUAV, : JULY 23, 187 ANTiTOUirCIirJENTS. We are authorized to announce Col. N. N f'.ix a i-.TiJiduttJ for lontm-. from tl,; th t lith liiMru-l. i-mtip..-. at ihe eonritien of Wuyiirf, uri'nrf, tiivKinnn. Jci., ;i. Mmiry mil Wil)iiiiiMri. KJii-ti.... flr.-tiinnt-lM' in Nr.Vf-mH'T, 13T4. Wo are aul li-ria to unr.Oi.uie Hon. VV N. I'tmi" u ctiidi.lhto tor O neres: Ir .in lli" th IMittriot, com p. mod f li.,-i-..!imi-H f Wayne, Lnwrrnoi, Hickman. I w i. it i M'. Jiaury ar.il v i!iiuinnn. J-.U-ti..n t!rt Tlmriflay in Novi-mtxr, 1 -74. f DITliB I. 1 1 !4ltN le.tMJ auilollli.. niw a u cniliiat to rt-prnnent 11.14 ( th 7th ) t'on-jrr-j-il Iitrul in tlio 4'h (3onifrens. uK.'t t wli.tuvr notion tho rimooralii.- mi, I 'o'im-i vali vu partio. tnay tnko lo f ouro li..rmoiiy. w . u. w li IT i ii KK K . W aru auth.. rived U aiinouiii-, j77lT50i.0. .. Kims, of ili-x a candidutu tor Conre-a from ti...

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