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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 23 July 1874

-J if cueious ixnsciEXTiric. An expedition ia being fitted ont for an exploration of thrf Arctio bum. Capt. Wigana Sunderland has engaged Mr. Limmnnd'n splendid a team Ya'tcu Diana, and will proceed via Nova Zambia, sail ing from Dundee on Jnns 1. Capt. Brown Peterhead will command the Diana. Mature. The German Society of Anthropology is industriously collecting material for the Prehintorio map, which it w re solved, at the mating of April, 1870, to prepare for j-nblication. Among other points to be indicated on this map will be the position of the most notable frehistorie settlements, fortifications, ake dwelliDgH, cave dwellings, burial monnds, and other places of sepulture. By jndicions nse of color, the various priods stone, bronze and iron will be indicated, and altogether the map will be one of great value to the stu dent of archaeology and ethnology. Basking Tkbes, fob Taw, With Steax. An apparatus patented by Mai tre, for the employment of steam in perling bark for tan ( 1 e...

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 July 1874

THE CITIZEN. L. W. LfcCord, Proprietor. Offioa Kortl.il aornarof IhaSquara, Cp Stairs. tkm or cncmrrm. k-tm or men ro DvmiMaia imo. 2 mo. imo, mx m fn Trw.. f S fit) g 4 rgk Aim . , Ton.aH- 4j f 2 " fJS IOOO a Ul II) 111 tm !- c li (m 1.1 10 u 12 UU 11 taj J. eu Ml l 10 00 IS IM 30 w runr wjmii? H I T' HI 111 11 line rli:n'i ( ol.. in .- Ill i III (till l'ul.. 4.n.. 111 W li 00 uo 0 U a oo CO au UU 7 01 iu or THE CROWS XTSTWOH. BT BABTOB OKKT. Whnao endnrHh to the end " Ho, lnu( ago, the word wu'iiwkrg . H-arUi fail, and bowed lir,j. earthward ynA Brave fyea may read Uie proruiae .tilL Tooiich wril l.i line, of ,in .ud lo, . . TlMiJx.lnUi-.onwardupthnl.il Xbough every mlle-atona be a crcaa. Ixmtt time ao my aonl and I Oonveraeaud council hel fetber When rlfwraud bnttlit yvtitij. monung ,kv Flimtird nl In the aunirjier waatbrr " Honl," .aid I, many a nathway fair Waiting ttiy choice, before tliee lim ' Think lonu. . hooae well, thea proudlv'dara Tblne uuzioet wight to wiu tue jrlie."...

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 July 1874

1TO. 30 lie VOL 16 IK. J. F. UR4NT. DR By the Citizen rrinUng Co. I -W. McCOHD. Ediloran.l Manager T. X). JIoCOUD. Associate, - THURSDAY, : : JULY GO, 1S7L. . SCHEDULE. . & D. & G. S. P.- It., Decatur DivU'n Wail & Express south . l'assenc-r train " . Wail train north Express 'ruin north . . . Freight " " " " fouth, Local freight arrives., " " departs . .12:28 P. M. . 10 p.m. . 8:37 A. M. . .C :57 r. m . !t:i:U.M , . .2 :4.1 p.m. . 2:40 v. M. . 8:00 a. w. M. & C. It. It., AT DuCATIIt. Mail train cast 9:40 r. w " " west 12:.'!0 a. m GOV. IJItOAVN. lie Reviews tho Funding Policy and tlie Public Iebt History. The Memphis Appeal of the 2Gth and the Union aud American of the 28th con tains a correspondence between 172 lead lnr citizens of Memphis and Gov. Brown. Tlie former invite the Govern or to address them at some convenient time upon tho all-absorbing subjects of State finances and taxation. Tho Gov ernor announces hU puriKiso to comply with tlie request at a future ...

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 July 1874

VOL.. IS rdlaslu CUfcsexi. . tstlziu rrintiu.j Company. I,. W. Mc( ul:i, Alitor and M.in.n ,'er, THURSDAY. : JULY 30, 14 AiiT"ouiJci:riEirTs. UONUUESa. Wo are authorized to announce Col K V 'V. ":"'.'li'1"ts t"T Congress from this' lh (SUi DiHtriet, composed of th eoiiiitios of W,.yi.e. Lawrence, llickmun, Lewi,, aib.tj. "iiusmson. Election. Tlinrn-lity in ff vcmbcr, bH. first tv aro milii..riito to announce Hon. W O'N. l't ittc. us candidate for Congress irr.m the Hth Ihstrirt, composed ef the eo.mtie. of Weyiio, Lawrence, Hickman, .. wi. Ode. Maiiry and Williamson. Klec tioii ftrwt Thnrsd y in Navember, 1874. Kuitom Citizio. Pieese niiouu me as a candidate to represent this ( the 7lh ) Con-r-M.iol District in the 4th Congress, ru'v.vt to whkU-vcr notion the Durnocratio mil Conseivauve parties may take to lutriHoriy. W. ;. WH1TTHORNK W ro authorived to tiinuauwCol. Solom r.. j.i.,.. i vines. canmn&te for Coiitrres from tin, tlio 7th, district, subject lo the n.tioii of the ilin...

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. — 30 July 1874

CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC. Rthenoth of Glass Tcbes. M. Cail lctet ban found that a tuba of thia glass, 20J inches in length and three quartera of aa iach in diameter, was crnnbed by an exterior pressure of l,10.r pounes to the square inch, while simitar tubes were burst by an i-terior pressure one-half less. Iu making use of Tery thick gloss, capable of reniBting a pressure of fozr or live hundred at mospheres, he found the felasa to sus tain 110 permanent change of form. Upon this fact he proposes the construc tion of a very sensitive and Tery sim ple manometer. ADn-TEBATio ix India KruuER. The Bulletin Therapeutique Bays that, in order to use old and worn out pieces of India rubber scraps left from factories, manufacturers having easy consciences wash the material first in a solution of supercarbouate of soda or potash, and then, when dry, pulverize between the cylinders. This powdi r, placed layer by layer between sheets of now rubber and heated to a certain de gree, forms a homogen...

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. — 3 August 1874

CITIZEN r4 7FTTil"TTTr 1 si II f i - f i I J Vol. XVI. Pulaski, Tenn., Monday, August 3, 1874. IS o. 31. "WHOOP!" If you want to cut a swell In duds that's mighty fine; Or captivate a charming belle, Or gal of any kind, . Just waltz around to Mr. Brown's -. And buy a suit of clothes, And I'll bet a thousand pounds - You'll catch a thousand beaux. lie has the finest lot Of good of every kind, That any man has got In any land or clime. ' He has the finest shirts, And collars and cravats; And coats with flowing skirts, And the nobbiest kind of hats. He has the prettiest cloths, Of every shade and hue, Not eaten by the moths, But sound and strong and new. He is sure to make a fit, Without a second trial, And no man ever "yit" Has beat him on the style. And he sells so very cheap It makes the world exclaim, "Bedad, he can't be beat, And fairness is his game." Ready Made Clothing', Hats and Caps. Our stock in these goods is com plete, and you will find a nice as sortment of Fall .and Wint...

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. — 3 August 1874

MISCELLANEOUS. Take a It. li. train to catch a cold. A bright child: 'Ma, when cows die do they go to tie 'milky way'?" "-' The Alabama Democracy has nn iniuated Hon. Geo. S. Houston for Governor. ; - , The little Tiltons are : Florence, aged 16; Alice, 14; Carroll, 11; and Friink ie, 5. . ,', - . E. Troye, the well knoW aninial painter, died. near Georgetown, Ky., last Saturday. j The feet-that are covered with bunions may not be stylish, but they are certainly nobby, There is a time for ail things. The time for a boy to hUe out from .school and go fishing is when the folks have company to tea. The difference betweed muzzling and muslin is, that when dogs are dressed in muzzling men feel safe; when women are dressed in muslin men go mad. It is astonishing how rapidly a young man's emotion will change when a ladj' relieves .her waist from hia encircling arm by inserting an inch of hairpin ia it.. ; Dried tongue, is what a minister answered a man who asked him as he was starting for ...

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. — 6 August 1874

THE CITIZEN. L. W. MoCord, Proprietor. OfltM Mortheaai .oruurof th. Sqaara, Up Slairt. tkkii.1 or ii'jutmn.os; Oollara per Annum, In unci. 1 mo. -do. luio. tmo. 12 mo. l G IU S IO 10 UU i. mj ID ! To inrea..... Thri-a atjtmres.. PtMir (Mjiiaret ...... nte-fni ill Ccl Ontlnlril it..- One-ralf t'ol One .'ul.. OU UU u 10 Hi 11 10 '6 U( ro 10 l 12 00 l.i (10 m in I 10 AO 20 OC M OC 2 00 M ue 7S il UU 10 IU !J 14 la io 1 IJU 14 a. Ul PL1C11TED. A. D. i874. " 1wo "' h bnt a. .Ingle thought Twa hcarta that beat as Cue." ' Ku.UK, loquitur. BIM Djyhfrt! You're come at last Awful glad to aee you, dar ! Thought you'd died or .orathln Bell, Au an a.'e aiuce you're been herel My eutf .reuirrit ? Gracious ' Yea. I Knruor bit the mark thia tline And tlie victim ? CUarley ray " Know him, don't you r Well 'h'. - Then h..' not ao horrid fast. Walir.ee like a ertih, too, lias aoiiie fortune tent and last ' Toye him T -onetwe. Pm.'t be " aoft - Pretty ranrlt as love now goes He' devoted, and la time ' ...

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. — 6 August 1874

031 IS Jiy the Citizen rrinllng Co. I. W. JfcCOUP, .Editor mid Manairer I... 1. MoCOIiD, A iaic, TnUKSDAY, AL'CJ. 0, 1871. SCHEDULE. & D. & G. S. K. Ii., Decatur Pivls'u Mall &, Express south . I'ii.-M'iicr train " .Mull train north ...... Kxpr-jj train north .. " ' south,... Local freight arrives. . M " dc-parta . .12 :2S p. m. .10 p.m. . 8 :;7 a. m. . .0 :57 r. m. . St :-i.'i a. m. . .2 Mo p.m. . 2 .40 P. M. . 3 :00 A. M. M. & C. It. Ii., at Decati.-b. Mail train east 9:40 p.m. " " ve;r. : 12:30a.m. Why will tho Siii-lbyville Cwn mental jwirsi.-t in condemning "Brown low's rub;" In Tennessee, and still sup port Andy Johnson who ci-tabli.-ilied and maintained the Urownlow regime? Tho Shelby villa Commercial says "It ee-jina the radical mill have tlie hal ter around tho necks of their deluded 'limn snd brother,' and can wield him as readily for their political purpurea as In tho days of P.rowidow's rule," w hich, (the Comniftciiil rdiotiid have added,) was fa- toned ...

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. — 6 August 1874

u vol. ie Pulaski lltf Citizen Vrlntintj Com jut t, ; . h. xV. McCOILU, K lit.ir ana TilHtSliAY, -U'G. J, 1371 AKIIOUirCElIEHTS. OONtaKESfl. We are authorized to announce Col. N. N. Cor an a con.liiluto fur Coi.ir res Itum (hi, thi- "tli litrict, compowd of the counties of Wsyiid, Lawrence, Hickman, Lewis, 1-K. Maury ati.l Williamson. Kloclion, first Thiir!n in Nnvtmhcr. 1 8-4. Wo uru aulhorizu lo uiunj.ino Hon. v. O'N. Pi.HEi.Na ;ia a cuiujil..t3 for Conr. ?s troiu th! ith Iitrict, compose! t.f the coontiea of Wayne, Lawrence, Hickman lwi, (lil-, Moury anl Wiliimufcon. J.lcc lion lirnt Thursday in November, l'?74. EniToa Cirizan ''iouso announce irm an can Je late, to repreaem tl.i ( tho 7th ) Con irr'aioual District in tho 44th Conirru-u. auh'oot to whatever action tho Democratic ainf Conmai vati vo parties may take 1o e. lire harmony. w . C. w I ITT HOKNK. Wa are authriveJ lo annoiincti Col. toi.oN jrom tnia, tlie 7lh, diHtrict, aubjoct to Die m'lioii oi mo uini'Krnnu auu ourvati...

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. — 6 August 1874

CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC. " Waterproof Silk Paper. Silk pa per is allowed to float for a little time on tbe eurfaofl of fta aqueous solution of fchellao in borax, and then dried in the air. By the admixture of a small quantity of an aniline color with the borax colored papers are obtained. . A rARioi;APH is going about the pa pers that the largest room in the world under a Binirle roof, unbroken by pillars or other otxstrnctioru, is at St. Peters burg, in liansia, and is C50 feet long and 150 feet wide. It is said to be nned for military dinplay. The Grand Central depot, in New York, is 800 feet long by 240 wide, covering about four acres. The roof is supported by the side walls. Explorations have recently been made iuto the meunds of Ottnmwa, Iowa. In one a mass of charcoal, a bed of ashes, and some calcined human bones were fonnd, showing that cremation was practiced by the people who erected them. As Indians never burn their dead, this adds another proof to the theory that they wer...

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. — 13 August 1874

THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. o Korthaaat ornarof tha Square, Up States. tiu or scaaoKir-noN: Two - " in ja a vane. 1 mo. 2 mo. 3 mo. mo. Ume, 0n( atrial !W I 5 (O I OQ lloiifl Y.rc aquares l 8 10 JO uo ii 00 um 12 ixl t,n,-foiirlll l'l- 1" in l.nr llnril I 1 1- ' ....... . M (.1 ui 15 la 1.1 IO 1 U0 40 (l 19 J "U 10 S. l 25 00 ) uu 4 M 2 CM 40 SP 10 0 7 01 awi uf On THE HAUNTING FACE. bi mTAicc r. woouoir, I uld : " I will not know thf e whence thou art And though thoo llveat, thon art dead to me ' I anal thoe In thy onttin, far apart ' Krum all my life, from all my memory; 1 wrixh Hire duwn Ith Arm reaolve and acon Within thy oatoant'a grave to Me forlorn." ' And jet, thou bauuteat me 1 I al1 : " O face, I bring thee all my (told. With Jiwrln. audal-wood, and apicea rara I brinn the deareat yrara my life doth hold With hoarded memories, and dreamina fair To build a royal tomb where thon in atate ' tjaalt h". with guard of honor at the gate." And yet, thou hauuteat me 1 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. — 13 August 1874

M MS S it .t g7i! jjtthshi Citizen By the Citizen rrintlng Co. -W. MCOHl). Editor and Manager L. X). McCOHP. Assoc iate, THURSDAY, AUG. 13, 1874. SCHEDULE. jH. & D. & G. S. 11. Il-, Decatur DivU'n Mail fc Express south 12:28 p. M. rasrteiijrer train " lOtlCJr.M. Alail train north . 8 :37 a. M. Kxprcsa -jaiii north C:57 p. m. Freight " " 0:4:1 a.m. " " south, 2:45 p.m. Local freight arrives 2:40 p. m. " " departs 8 :00 a. m. M. & C. R. 11., at Decatur. JIall traiu caot a :40 r. m " " w est 12::(0a. m E2T Hon. Thos. M. Jones makes a pa triotic response to the recent calls upon him to become a candidate for Congress, lie Is not a political aspirant, but would not decline any honor or duty comer red upon blin by the convention. tW There are two calls In this paper upon our friend Dr. E. Edmundson to become a candidate to represent Giles and Lincoln in the next Legislature The doctor can hardly resist such flat tering appeals, and should he accede to the request of his friend...

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. — 13 August 1874

VOL. IS Pulaski Citizen. ty Citizen I'rintiny Company, I" W. McCOUD, Editor arid Manager, TiiL'RSDAY, : : : AUG. 13,187. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo ari authorized to announce Col. N. N. Vx an u candidate for uit-. Irom thin, tin; liih llintrict, comporti-d of the coimtiiia of Wayne. Lawrence. Hickman, Levi, Giles. Maury mid Williarnnon. Election, llrnt Thiir.ln-y in November. lS". A c aro authorize to aiiiioi.n.o Hon. W. D'N. I'MtuiN ua a candidate for Conorcs Irom th lh IMntrict, compoaed of the ciutiti'w of Wayim, Lawrenua, Hickman, 1wi. ili', Maury an.l Williarnnon. f lec tion nri iunronv in i o vein tmr, Its74. ....-. iv aiiuoniii'e me an a mtulriuto to ri-prenciit thin ( tho 11 h ) Con r'Mioiiul IMtriut in the -4th C'ongrens, au'-'oct to whntcver n. lion tho Democratic and Corinwi vati vo pirtiui may take to secure harmony. W. C. W lilTTH' RN K. W aru atithorived to announce Ctd. Sol. on K. Koh, of (iilen a candidate for Congress irom thia, the 7th, district, nubjoct to the action of th...

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. — 13 August 1874

. ; CURIOUS AXP SClEriFIC. " liKri-RCTtso Towke of Flame. Re cent -experiments by M. Sorel prove that carbon retains its reflecting capacity eren at the highest temperatures. A unbeam becomes reflected by diffusion and is polarized in exactly the same manner, whether it fall npon a brilliant flame or npon smoke. Tun Largest IjOoomotivs in toe World. The largest locomotive in the world is the " Pennsylvania," on the Philadelphia and Reading railroad. The prinoipal dimensions of this engine are as follows : Diameter of cylinders, 20 inches ; length of stroke, 2G inches ; number of driving wheels,-12 ; diame ter of drivers, 4 feet ; and the weight of the engine alone is 60 tons. Advice in Cases of Poisoning. Btir into a glass of water a heaping teaspoonful each of salt and mustard and drink immediately. One or more doses will cause vcmiting, and cleanse the stomach. To overcome the effects, swallow the whites of two or three egc. and drink a cnp or two of strong oouee. Hweet oil, taken...

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. — 20 August 1874

THE CITIZEK L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Offlca Korthaast aoruar of tba Square, Dp Stain tcbmm or aoBacKimo.v: ' T lollar per Aanuna, la AH.... rmcaa ron AHYa,TunN(i; -"-- - - "' a mo. a mx ,j on HT-mre i M 4 (4 a 00 on -- Ihrr wimrea.. B in 8 (O i0 UJ j" I'mir iwjiiHru- 10 (U J-2 Oi I? Cl 10 m 20 (" - 4 lllf-fotH ttl Col. J I'm- llilM l.... 1 ln:e-i !' I in...... 1' 1.1 Hi 4 0C ?1 00 18 (II ai mi If. fata IK ) -ii ( o i ij JO CO 4 uu 40 00 to 00 7 ia l.vi ur tine wul -.. K0l,-'n Uy In hla hand r Lleaiha annunciation," WH.'nm.e 'h? "hita day Ulia. lift their faco. . 8-reD .y ,plonaia to tne Aa(?u.t C" A" a erimauntreaked petum.. overran W.ih iavi.il color all the garden-apaeee ; WUen rnrplin Rrapea upon the trellia cln-tm-aoil bloomy plums drop ripely from th.i. V t. And P-b. turn to lob r L'yVgo d. Aud iar. row aloek with mellow gloiaaSd luater; Wh.n a tran-loe-nt baza the aun.hine follow. And vil tUe fervent ky in dreamy litrtit. Involve, in mlat the lnmlnona monntirJ.fc.ii.i. And fl...

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. — 20 August 1874

CITIZE1T. 2nTO. 33 If By the Citizen 1'rinllng Co. L. -V. McCOKD, Editor and Manager t.. D. McCOKD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : : AUG. 20, 1874. SCHEDULE. f. & I). & G. S. P. 11., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Express south . . . ; l'assenger train " .... Mail train north Express .rain north Freight " " " " south, Local freight arrives " " 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. R. It., at Decathr. Mail train east 9 :40 p. m " " west 12:30 a. m r?f Shelby county gave her conven tion candidates nearly Ave thousand ma jority. r?P Kusa wants us to publish Geo. W Jones' letter favoring Andy Johnson's aspirations, but we decline to bore our readers with such literature. t3JTwo years ago North Carolina went radical by twenty-five thousanu majority. Now the demis. carry her by thirtv-flve thousand. The civil rights bill. X3T It matters little to us what Brown, Harris, Bate, Kuss or any one else t...

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. — 20 August 1874

L VOL. - 1 w i f T t1 y I I v v i I i t n i ii - . . . . . - mmmm -hsisnBsrt fl Pulaski Citizen. ;; Citizen rrluting Company. P K I i I SH E 1 IN T II E FLAM ES An luceiKllary Torch "Work Death ami Lentructioii I.. THURSDAY, : : : AUG. 20,1874. ANNbUKCEMENTS- CUNOKISt. Wi! are authorized to announce Col. N. N. Cm ua a candidate lor Congress from this, the tli lliatriet, eoniHfM!d of the counties of Wyue, Lawrence, Hickman, Lewi,, iii,:, Menry ami Williamaon. Eloction, first Thurwiaf in Novemlier, lfT4. Hum. W. We are authorize to annot.no. O'N. l'aie aa a caudidute Tor Congress trom the 4Slh District, composed ef the countiea of Wayne, Lawrence, Hickman, l.ewi, Uilea, Muury and Williamaon. Elec ' ti.m flri-t Thursday in November, 1874. hi. it..b CiriakM Wlease announce me ax a candMate to represent tela ( tbs 7th ) Con gressional Jlistnct in the 44th Congreaa. i.uv!Ct to whatever action the Democratic and Conaei vative parties may take to securo harmony. w. c. WMITTHOKNB. i ne resid...

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. — 20 August 1874

.1 i CURIOUS AQ SCIENTIFIC. Tint danger tf UKing chloroform to alleviate the pain ia case of headache or toothache, as is often done, is shown by a sad accident ocourriripr in Louis villi?, A young' girl, enCVring rom headache, became bo affected by chlo roform as to bs unaLle to remove the bottle, and she was fonnd dead with the bottle lying on her breast. A Noyki. use of the tolegr iph is soon to be pnt into operation in New York, The conrt-roou-s in the city are to be telegraphically connected with the offices of the leading lawyers, and by thin means the state of the calendar and the progress of trials can be n- nounced tothe lawyers, and the latter eummoned when wanted. The tele- srmph in this respect promises to be quite as useful as it is on the stock ex change or in business circles. IIooaACK Ttinseu In tho central section of the Hoosao Tunnel the bench has all been removed and fifty work men cuscaargea. in me east-cna sec tion 2,500 feet of twelve-inch Hootch drain pipe 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. — 27 August 1874

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