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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 27 August 1874

TJLASKI CITIZEN. TOL IS J J- g7i gufoshi Citizen By the Citizen I'rinUnff Co. X. AV. MoCOHD, Editor and Manager X.T). MoCOBD.Assocute, THURSDAY, AUG. 27, 1874 SCHEDULE. H. & D. & O. S. R- It., Decatur Divls'n Mall & Express south . . Passenger train " Mail train north Express j-ain'north ... Freight " " " ROUth, Local freight arrives . . . " " departs . . ..12:28 p. ..10:33 p . . 8:37 a, . . .6:57 p. M. . M. . M. M . 0:43 a .M . . .2 :45 p.m . . 2 :40 P. M. . . 8 :00 a. w. M. & C. R. Mall train east. . " " west . . Kn at Decati.b. 9 :40 p. m 12:30 a. m tJTThewar of races Beems to have actually commenced. We had a week or two ago Austin and Byhalia, Missis sippi, ami .Somerville, Tenn., and now a war of races Is In progress at Lancaster, Ky., and there have heen two battles In South Carolina one at Georgetown and one in Barnwell lounty. The negroes of the whole State are armed and defi ant, and are led forward to plunder and murder by a set of organized brigands, With...

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. — 27 August 1874

VOL. 16 pulasld Cltlcsa. jiy Citizen Printing Company j,. W. McCORD, Editor and Manager, THURSDAY, : : : AUG. 27,1874 ANNOUNCEMENTS. CUMiUU. We are authorized to announce CeL. N. N. Co I a a candidate Tor Congreae irom thia, th.i rtth Piatriet, compoaod of theeonntiea of Wivnd, lawronce, Hickman, Lewi. Giles. .. -...1 W ; I) t a rvt Pi .: . m ' . ... .m l williamean. hnnxlu in November, 1874. vubiun, urat Vto are authorize to announce Hon. W. O'N. Pin Candidate for Congress irwn the 6th District, compoaod ef' the i-iiuntiK o wayne, 1-awrence, Hickman 1iwia, (ilea. Maury and Williamson. KW ii..n flrt Thnrmlay to November, 1874. lj 11 I V . MUWUUU2 IUV B i i .... . . I . 1 . rri-Miuu.i .-..-..... - - .... . . . j ujifrertS , nuh'ect to whatever action the Democratic and Conaei vativo nrtiea may take to -ecnre i . .. w t ' w ) lT-r ii Li'i. :..., litri't. in t ki. i . V. We are aut)iorivedto announce Col. Solo r.. Rup, mi v . . . v ..uuw iur voiigree trom thia, the 7th, district, subje...

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. — 27 August 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. " Split Hoofs." Sand crack or a "a split hoof " is very difUen.lt of cnre, without rest until new hern grows tram the coronet or upper part of the hoof. Bat light work may be done if any j blacksmith can be got who can put a bar shoe upon the foot. When this shoe i3 put on, the crack should be cleaned of all dirt and Band, and the edges pared evenly. At the upper end of the crack a hot iron should be drawn across the horn in the shape of a V, or a cut should be made with a sharp knife partly through the horn in that shape, ho as to separate the entire horn from that which is cracked. The nail upon each side of the crack at the bottom should not be clenched until some Btrongfioe wineia wound in figure 8 form around them. They should then be clenched ho as to retain the wire in place. When a new shoe is put on, the same shouhl be repeated, bar-shoe as well, nntil the crack grows out alto gether. Nothing Like Leather. It is a fact not generally known that the value of...

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 September 1874

L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Offlee Northeast corner bf the Square, Cp Stair. teiimh or auBHcftimox: Tin lllar per Annum, In A d vanes? uTKa or rsicui run auvkstuqioi SPACK. 1 mo. imp, imp. ( ma n mo. (,p xr.iarB S 60 4 l 5 U0 8 oo llfiin 4 (II 6 (U S (O Tlir-e fMii""'3- nr fi'lll (tl It'l- (V 8 U 10 oo 12 uo 1.1 (i -l I (U J Ui 10 00 20 0Q 1U uu IS tiu K t It 12 00 I S UI 25 00 :i oo 00 oo II 00 ?S 00 4n a 111 ll 11 io l't IV 1W uu (inr-i ull" C ut.... Ui'V 7 us lan or T IITHU BTAlf. T"n tht trickle down her eyes, Ttiey do Dot fall to earth and dry ; The; sosr like siikpJs to the skies, And like the angels canact die. For oh 1 our Immortality 1'lows through each tear, sounds In each sih. Wliat waves of tear surge o'er the deep Of sorrows in our restless snul ! Aud tliey are strong, aot weak, who weep Tbtwe droiM fruu out the aea thai rulla ' Withiu their In-art forevvrmors : Wittiout a depth without a shore ! lint alii the tears that are not wept The tram that never outward fall The 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. — 3 September 1874

CITIZBU. 3STO- 35 17".- JtnT'tchi (fhiiivttt By the Citizen Printing Co. la. W. McCORD, Editor nd Manager D. McCOliD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : : SEPT. 3,1874. SCHEDULE. S. & D. & G. S. R. It., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Express south lisMenjrer train " Mail train north Kxpress rain north Freight " " " " south, Local freight arrives " " departs . . . . . . .12:28 P. M. . . .10:33 p.m. . . . 8:37 a. M. 0:57 p. M. 8:43 a.m. 2:45 P.M. 2 :40 p. m. .. . 8:00 a. m. M. & C. E. R., at Lkcatlr. Hail train east 9 :40 p. a. " " M-est 12:30 a. m. The Convention. Next Monday our people will meet in convention to nominate a candidate for Representative In the next Legislature, to name a man for Floater and to appoi nt delegates to the Congressional Conven tion at Columbia on the 15th. We need not urge upon our people any more the importance of holding their primaries on Saturday and appointing their best men to represent them In the conven tion. Upon the next Legislature of Tennessee w...

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. — 3 September 1874

"VOL. 16 jsy Citizen Printing Company. ,. W. MeCORD, Editor and Manager, Tllt'USUAV. SEPT. 3, 1874 ANNOUNCEMENTS- We are authorized to announce Col. N. N. Ci candidate for Conere irom thin, lh Bin lliatriet, compoaud of the counties of Wayna, Lawrence, lliukraan, Lewi, Giles, uury end Williamson. Election, firat j,nrlav in November, 1874. Wo are authorize to announce lioH. VV. O'N. I'aKKiNS um u candidate for Conjrroaa tr,!m the th District, composed of the n.mitiia Wayne, Lawrence, Hickman, lwi. !-. Maury and Williamson. Klec- lion nrt 1 nnrauay in -lioveruunr, iaie r.uiTus CinaaN I'leaae announce me as a uumli 'ate to represent tLis (, the 7th ) Con ur.ional District in the 44th Couirreaa .iihuct to whatever action the Democratic t,.f Onaei vative parties may take to "ecu re harmony- W. C. WU1TTHORNK. Mi's are authorived to announce Col. Solon K. Kia,of titles, a candidate for Congress Iroin this, the 7th, district, subject to the action of the democratic and conservative run TH U...

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. — 3 September 1874

TMOIiC MIDNIGHT. BT WILL, WiLUCI BASKET. The rain float off : the crescent moon Iluldi lu its cup a round of dunk. Like alni-iiid lu too month of June J UMt breaking through the vernal hank. NiKlit-hliMiiuiux with fill the sheaf. To catch the lluht distilled iu uliowetf, Till overflowing cap and loaf iu cluster breaks ill midnight flowers. ' A sensuous stillness north and south And east and went, and Just aa sweet Aa seeds of pomegrauste tn the month, Or klHaca wbiQ vouug lovers meet, Breaks In a low, iwrft undergone. Like brooks that breed In beds of fern. Ah If by curve and pebble-stone The morfn hs'd suyipd her Uver urif. Ita airy current fills sod rlpes The flower and fruit to wanton use ; " It blown the rush's slender pipes, And rounda the purple flu with Juice ; Uke mercbaute breaking klda of nard " t imrvt bHvea, dwarrt born, -. ! Plne-applea lift their prickled abard, . And ahow the aeeds of fragrant corn. Like Hebrew maids, the cltrona hold Thrlr pitchers to the vapor nprln...

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. — 10 September 1874

THECIT. I Z E N . L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Ofli.-i- N.irilirast ourutvof the Square, Up Stairs. ! L TKI1MS o KUUSCKIPTiTrr T. 1"" PfAinui, , A.lv,UM, " 2"- "jQ. mo. ii tno. .,.:;::,rT"',T SX S :::::.. ',?;:: ? 5:5 no I, THK VISIT. IvrviTw dt-uied a houhoU mate.-'WHITTIEa -iiMiwiiiunt or the day. And twilight of ttie yi-r ; The li-v.- are turning .,.'ar The reeo;is (trowing gray.-" It In a little room. So iii-atly (Iri-x-cl and Mill . Whh h f'Mtxred nmni fill ' Vt ith siitHleMt of erf uue. A aephyr lurklnv liy, ll-trvH the rurtain..,! bed I Mil i vi-r imirtHl lieail ii elttier pillow lie T That pantomimic (Ire Ifnw r'ear H-4 cozy glow : It vi'Mtiirea ever so, lfe-tiiiiil the woven wire. ltiltlm.li! The lady coiuoa A miftly an the hoi.rn ; 'Tin e t'r than her How'rn The melody nhe hiiinn. She deftly locka the blind. And drawn the liluht-xhuile low While with her gimn of anow ' The kittru toya behind. Her hand are faultleea fair, Her movement all of grace ; And her a queenly air lor 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. — 10 September 1874

it J i .f nsro. 3e M ii ;' r 7 gtttlashi Citizm By the Citizen Printing Co. t.. "VVj McCORD, Editor and Manager L. X). McCOItl), Associate, THURSDAY. : : : SEPT. 10, 1874. SCHEDULE. H. & D. & G. S. R. It., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Express south . l'ussengrer train " Mail train north Kx press rain north . . Freight " " " " south, . . . Local freight arrives . . " ' departs . .12:28 p. m. . .10:33 p.m. . 8:37 a. M. . .6:57 p. M. . . .0:43a.m. .. 2:45 p.m. . 2 :40 p. m. . 8 :U0 a. m. M. A C. It. It., at Decatur. Mall train east 9:40 p. M. " " west 12 :30 a. m. tW The Nashville Union it American has moved into Its new building, No. 48 Church Street, between College and Cherry. The building is four stories high, and presents a very attractive ap pearance, especially at night when illu minated. It was built with special rcferance to the daily newspaper busi ness, and is admirably constructed. We congratulate its proprietors upon the popularity of their paper and the pros perity ...

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. — 10 September 1874

vol. ie Pulaski Citizen jt,j Citizen Printing Company. j,. W. Mi'COED, Editor and Jfanajfir, TIIL IlSPAV, : : : SKIT. 10, 187. ANNOUNCEMENTS- CONfcX.S. V'c ar authorized to announce Col. N. N. (,x u " n.ndiduto for ConerefiH from thix, t). lith district, composed of the counties of Wmiid, Lawrence, Hickman, Lewis, Giles, M.iiiry snd Williamson-. Election, first Tlmrwlirt- in November, 18"4. o urn authorize to announce Hon. Wl o'N. I'tuiciNS hb a caudiilute for Congress tr .iii the th I listrict, composed of. the cninM. h of Wsyno, Lawrencs, Hickman, I j . (iitt-s. Mutiry and Williamson. Klec ti, ii tirt Thursday in November, 187-4. ruiToa I'ruxKN Hluaso announce me as a cbii.Ii ittto to represent thia ( the 7th ) Con p.prional Listrict in the 44th Congress, Kiinrt to whatever tictton tho iKjinocrutio n,i Cunnuivativo parties may take to 'eenre h.rmony. W. C. WlllTTHORNE. Wf arc anthoriveJ to announce Col. Solon E. i:-E,of (tiles, a candidate for Congress trorn this,- the 7th, distri...

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. — 10 September 1874

,J tJEMS OF THOUGHT. ZiAvaft it yon are wise. Martial. Thk borrower rnns in hia own debt. .Tub tdrong Lours conquer us. JSchitltr. Grriir is a Bpiritual Ilubioon. Jane rorter. Flirtation is attention without at atentioD. Language is the dress of thought. Johnson. Clad in the beauty of a thousand etara. Marlowe. A sioii can shatter a castle in the air. V. Ji. Alger. With justt enough of learning to misquote. Jlyron. ITow use doth breed a habit in a man. &hak2earc. Hell tremble at a Leaven-directed eye.ISiiiho2i A'cn. Vic-tout belongs to the most perse vering. Napoleon. -Felicity, not fluency, of language is a merit. Whipjtle. Few love to Lear the sins they love to act. Shakapcare. Man's love is of man apart it is woman's whole existence. Jiyron. Delicacy is to the mind what fra-gi-sncy is to the fruit. Achillea Poin cclet. Dkw-dbops ara the gems of the morn ing, but tears of mournful eve ! Col eridge. Teace is the happy natural state of man ; war Lis corruption, Lis disgraoo. Tho...

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. — 17 September 1874

THE CITIZEN. 1, "V7. McCord, Proprietor. c, Sorthit comer of theSquara, TJp 8tlra. Offl . ,, u s vT HL'iMomrriox: ro i.,ilrpf'- A"n'""' '" Adma. ,r.x -luo- m- 'ma limp, .r ; ?2 'US ,,0 " i mi- i'" v ' i i ae yi.:ir mi' 10 III r i.i, Is tit III , I. mill ..I. I" -" '" :u oo J, .5 - " 4 ) 75 , n a. uo uu a JOAQ.U.X DIlLIiEIl'S LAST. Alone uil 1 I "t me down I n nt on Hobiuh-iu' narrow Ulr, Iii-low Gi-neva. Mile on mile, Ami in-1 "i"1 mnv "Inning towii, Tnw'rii JJi-iit dn Midi dtticed the wave jiriii-miu the moou. Wind went and came And fii"i d tlie tar Into a flame. ' I hrard Hie far lake, dark and deep, Kim up aud talk aa lu ita ale-p. I hcrJ the laiiKhlnK water lave And lap atfaiuiit the farther ahore, An nlieoar. and nothing more Hve that the lute bad voice, and nave Tliat round alxiut it bane of stone There plasliid and flanhed the foamy Khone, A utatrly man, a Mark an tan, K- 't lip a uti-rn and broken-round Aiuihik the i.traiiKPni on the ground 1 uamnt that awful African A Hri-o...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 17 September 1874

3STO. 37 r : i t? 0 r it; f't' ill H 07 ffukshi C&tizcn By Hie Citizen Printing Co. Ij. "V. McCOKD, Kditor and Manager JL.. D. McCORD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : : SEPT. 17, 1874. SCHEDULE. ti. & D. & G. S. R R., Decatur Divls'n 3In.il & Express south Jiisu?iirer train " Mail train north Kiire8 train north . . Freight " " " ' south, ... Local freight arrives. . " departs . .12:32 p. m. . 9:43 p.m. . 8 :30 a. m. . .7 :0- p. m. . 6:13p.m. . 4:51a.m. 2 :15 p. M. .10:48 a. M. M. & C. K. K., at Dhcati.r. Mail train east 9:51 p. m. " ' west 12:30 a. m. Our Candidate for Coiifi-resK. As may he won from the proceedings of the Coii?rcssloual Convention held at Columbia hint Tuesday, General W. C. Viiittuohnk, our able and distinguish ed representative in the 43rd Congress, was nominated for election on the tenth ballot. We congratulate him up on his success, the Convention upon the happy termination of its deliberations, and the democratic and conservative parly upon the se...

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. — 17 September 1874

THE GIT Pttl"asklCltizen. Citizen I'll"""' Company. I u JM'OKD, Editor and Manager, Tllti:SAV.:::SElT. 17,1874. ANNOUNCEMENTS. CMNWltfta. u- ar.' aiitlr'fil to announce Col. N. N. - ' a i-:in.!"Jato r .Congress Irom this, ' " tii l);trift. composed of tho conn tie of ill '' Luwrence, llickmun, Lewi, Gile, ' uri.l Williamaou. Election, first y.jnN""'"1'"- "T4- ur.. uiiiii'Tiu l uniioi-.ncu Hon. W. '. pt hkins u! cundirtutu for Congress "', the ith Pistrift, composed of trie ,r",ii of Wayne, Lawrence, Hickman, Maury and Wiiliumson. Kloc tir-t Thursday in Novcmher, 1S74. fiinK rniit riutij niiiiuiiiii-M me aa a . ji iutu t" ri-preacnt thin ( the 7th ) Cou Ii..tnct in the 4t.h Congress, ''wt to whatever notion tlie Democratic t' i i',,nmjiviitivo purtiea may take to ecnro f;,..i,v. w- ;- WIUTTUOKNK. I-' .: "UV urn aut horned to unnounee Col. Solon f t;. ).,') unes. a lor iongrew the 7tli, district, Bubjoct to the ir ...in tin of tho dimocrutio and connorvutivo ri.lt THE UKNKHAL ASSEMBLY...

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. — 17 September 1874

- GEMS OF TII0UUI1T. FiuEKDsnrp is the wine of life. Young. A great fortune is a great slavery. Seneca.. There is a prond modesty in merit. Iryden. He is wise that is wise to himself. Euripides. To live is not to learn, but to apply. JR. Legouve, ! EvKBTTHtsa is mere opinion. Marcus Antoninus. Goodness admits of no excess bnt error. ISacon. Mercy to him that shows it is the rnle. Counter. . MonosENkss is the evening of turbu lence. Landor. He wreathed the rod of criticism with roses. Disraeli. Politics is the rcience of exigencies. Tttcodore Pctrker. Wit tWs not take the place of knowl edge. Varvautpj.cs. Op two heroes, be who esteems his rivals the mofct, is the greatest. Beau met I c. No fountain is so amidl but Hpaven may be imagined in its loeom. Haw thornc Thk rays of happinens, like those of lipht, are colorless when unbroken. JLonnfellryio. Mev who make money rarely saunter; men who save money rarely swagger. Jiulwcr Lytton. Ooor. breeding shows itself most where, to cn ordin...

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. — 24 September 1874

offll, yortW corner of the Square, Up gulrv XA V jh" -l 1 h M Hi I Vn f '! V PoU.r. Anunu,, ... A, 1 II iL (fV j) ft ) if M Xj if ( iZ hlfi I Ml "'f TO or ' "lc" yuu "v" VI J i v f )yy , II I j! I j fir vvk - m 11 Nj hi hi z-r s I Jl h One Kiure....... ) w it maun-a Liir fc4i(;m.... Ilnrfi i.nli "i- ' TIIK EXCIKSIO.V. Aifaln, a I thread theae rustic way Hi-re In ttie heart of 11, e mnumor land I am K-ntly reminded of other days ' liy utij-ru rimnfr on either Land ; Kut niimtly yon bowery li-iu, mid-trem Wiioe t'nu cajie npiit the blue river anart It cli a nialnt fca-t, l.kn . lB,t m , lint d af aliae to my mind tixi heart. ' Tuere were only alx of nil ; lUIph and Veil And C.rtli and U me (::ty Cou.l. , t.r,V' And tfray-py-.l Jlerence, wWe deep neart I nu tier lover, and it' Umq amoo oant But a J illier party never filled craft Well, A- we rounded that point l,v the codar ir'arle 1 lie aourest !-tic could uot but have laiiJi.;.' At the hi hly romautio ..iwraS"tl Loe. and Joi,qil on b...

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. — 24 September 1874

INTO- 38 THE VOL IS j; t ti- i . "i jjnhshi. Citizen Uy the Citizen 1'riuting Co. I. W. AlcCOItX), Editor and er t,. X. McCOltP, Associate, THURSDAY, -. : : SEPT. 24, 1871. SCHEDULE. 4P.4Q. S. K. 11., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Express south . I'asxcn-fer train " Mail train north Kxpress M-ain north . . ircight " " " " south,... Local freight arrives. . " - 44 departs . .12:32 p. M, . . A3 p. M. . 8:30 a.m. . .7:02 p. m, . .0:13 p.m. .. 4:51a.m. . . 2:15 p. m. .10 -AS a, M. St. & C. II. Mail train east. . 44 4 4 west 11. AT DeCATIJK. . 9:51 P. 12:30 a. The (lovernorslilp. The oamliilat.es for Governor of Ten- tic.-"ee will uil'lrcss the people at I'u lu.ski Tuesday, Octoher 20th. Guv. Brown's Speech. We print Gov. Brown's address to the people at this place last Monday in full, so that those who were debarred tl pleasure i f hearing their great leader and champion, niny read it at their leis ure. In order to do this without cur tailing other reading matter of interest, we have i...

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. — 24 September 1874

YOL- 1 t;,j Citizen I'riating Company. L. W. MOKI)Jitor and Manager, TH I USD AY,: : : SEPT. 24, 1874. ANNOUNCEMENTS. oor-His. Fditob fi-rizkN riauxe announce me as a iiTi.li.lute to represent thin (the7th)Con k.r, -ionl Dii-trict in the 44th Congress. Huli wt to whatever action the Democratic mi.l Conmi vutivo partiu may tako to vccore Uin-ny. W. C. WlllTTHOKNK. T B Till OHMIHAL. ASSEMBLY. We uru iiiith'-ri.eJ to announce John W. V, Kwai k an independent candidate to rop r..,.ii: (ill. county in the Legislature. Full V LOA TUB Wo urc authorized to announce Major AMUirw Ukntlkt, of Lawrence, an Inde j.n,ie n t candidate for the State Senate at the uimuinjf election. goat jjjSTTlie U. S. troops stationed at Xx-livillo left for New Orleans Veil-nc-day 10th under orders' f rum the war department. -.- J2TK. J. Malone, assistant P. M. at this j-l i e hits tendered hia resignation, laving been connected with tbe ofliee for several years. A Haines lJro'a. Piano. One of the h.st IiiHtrutnen...

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. — 24 September 1874

HOUSEHOLD IIIXTS AM) EECIPES. A Good Sal ad. A correspondent of - - ... ran ; x-ii-ru is uralad that will delight those who Ant- All i 1 -i ,P , pr Wlln "read and cheese: lake a tomato, not over-ripe, and cut it into uliceo, aa you would a cucumber ; take a small onion, and cut it up as fine as you CHD.Bprickleitover the tomato bIicch, add Halt, pepper and vinegar at discretion, and you will Lave a ealad hioL, aa a rtluu, puta the cucumber to shame. BakkdAitle DrMPLiNsa. Roll cmt somo dough thicker than pio-crnst, and inclose a handful of BliceJ ripe apples well covered with sugar ,! bnter. Eung tho eclpea together aw in any other dumpling. When a, j e as are rierired, Tnn then fc gM r fcntter angar Hi,. VuJ"7" lu aoniplinftn. Tut them in ",ove nn1 moderately fust until they Jlro uoelj browned. The butter, sugar and water make a nice Hanoe, which can bo enrfchud with more butter, and flavored with nutmeg if desired. Cream Cheese. To make this-take one quart of fresh cream, not scald...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 24 September 1874

PULASKI CITIZEN SUPPLEMENT. Pulaski Citizen Supplement. In 1872, Grant's majority in iiaae was 32,335; now the Republicans carry the State by less than 11.000. How many wore such ''victories" can the party stand? The Chicago Tribune expresses the opinion that Gen. Emory is undoubt edly in full sympathy with the Hc Enery faction, and obeys all orders reluctantly. The Brobdignagian German Empire is now trenching on its Lilliputian neighbor, Denmark, and threatens to re-open all the horrors of the Schles-wig-Holstein question, which came near crazing newspaper readers a dozen years ago. In his haste to exculpate Grant, Attor ney General Williams confesses more than he intended. The Washington llepublican reports him as saying: "The President has not been governed by party considerations in these mat ters, and has of tener decided for Dem ocrats than Republicans in respect to Southern difficulties." This amounts to a confession that the Republicans have of tener been guilty of bringing ...

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