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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 24 September 1874

PULASKI. ClWiJEN SUPPLEMENT. ije lieved Mit'-se reforms may bo eTeeted by leg islative action. For example, the General Assembly can abolish any of the, Law, Criminal or K'ptilv conns that tie wants of the county may j.i.ilify, ami thereby cut oil all tbe ju- , dicial salaries of redundant ollieers. Jf tlie foes of cb'i k, sheriffs, jailers, constables, or other oiticeraof tliat class, are excessive, the (Icneial As-emb y can reduce them. '1 be Ueneral Assembly can abolish tbe ollice of tax collector, and impose, tbe duty of collecting th revenue upon tbe county trustee, i' lid allow biin one commission only tbus preserving a pail of the. revenue now tousuuied by double commissions. The tiustee I eing a constitutional officer ouid not be displaced by legislation, lint t e results would be tbe same. Tbe General Assembly could and should materially lessen the expenses attending tbe administration of tbe criminal law. V'e have an old statute, but fresh in the minds of eveiy criminal la...

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. — 1 October 1874

L. "W. McCord, Proprietor. Office Northeast cornor of the Square, Up Stalra, TKHMS OF aUBMCBimOK: Tvo lollar rr Annum, In AiIvq. utix or raicua rot aovxihtuuhu m- tea. 1 mo. 1 mo. 1 mo. mo. too, nii r'iarft.M r.o iMjiKircf m-w wjiiHrtsj.... i in r Winnie....... i ffiiilh t'ol-ii;,- I ti rtl 1 ol.... il.- Itll Lil Jii' . 11 ............... 4 to a no f in miM s (1) 1(1 III !.' 'O li l HI IO IS l IK til In HI iu 12 U J Ul 1 I HI THANKSUIVIXU. 'tbrr, I thank Thee ( Oum auaiQ I fel Thi Iftviun arm of thy pmtocHng eare, OutitirrtrhfU to ave me ia the drear niht Of sorrow and deejialr, I im o wary f I hd waiitlrrd far Out on the billows ol life's troubled sea. Without Ihe Flint who alone can guide Teiuit-toed souls to Xhoe. Eirth-trlala thlrkenrd ! And Iuh hour grew daik. My "t' li faltHium. and my faith was weak In l,.tl. riiei-s I piayrd that drntk uilyU como ' Aul then I heard Th-e speak, ( Only a whlper ! liy the oi-eau bofne, l'.rmmiK itwt comfort from the bcavenlv thor. II III ami kn...

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. — 1 October 1874

JSTO. 39 TOL IS TIHIIE IrPTXIIlSIKII OXTXZjEHsT. ',1 i ! ! ! i I? i i '"I g7 iJuhshi gjtiscn Hy the Citizen l'rinting Co. I,. "V. IVIeCOTtl, K.lltor ami Manager. L.. X). JlcCORD, Aoemto, THURSDAY, : : OtT'It. 1, 1871. SCHEDULE. N. A D. A G. S. IV II., Decatur Divia'n Wail A Kxpress utu . l'aiseiicr train " Mail train north Lxpress (.niin north .. Freight " " . " " south,... Lov.ul freight arrive. . " " iKpull.-i . .12:32 p. m. . . 9:43 v. M. . 8 :J0 a. M. . 7 :2 P. M. 6:13 p.m. 4:oIa..m. . 2 :15 p. m. .10:4- a. M. M. & C. II. li., AT rECiil ll. Mail tiain eufct 9:51 p.ji, " " west 12 :30 a. m. t3t?Oov. Firwn lias accepted an in vitation to apeak at Columbia tO-mor-roW. C3T" The younjr frentloinoii of Colum bia will (ivu a pram! hop at tlie XeUon Hour e in that city on IVthiy evening next. Columbia U justly famous for li'T pretty women, gallant young men, d looliuy; eilitors and grand hops. CT7 Mf'ton L. Howell, Es'i'r, nomi nee of the democratic, party w as elected Mayor of Nash...

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. — 1 October 1874

i .'.aasiii Ciilsen. I'tintiity (Unnpany. j, t i.'I. E'!it ;r atul Manager, i.. w TIUKSDAV, OCT'Il. 1, 1874. A?r?IOUKCEMSKT3. cNui!. iiizin I'le.'io Bnronn'-o mo as a ri'ri:Miii iLi 7:h; Cun- i'..-lmt in fin -tub Ooiifrps. i lir.'.i iiT i.rMori tlm Lcinocra;ic .,;;v. ; ii. ti. n ni-iv f.Vf! to secure W. C. WlMTTUi knk. Kl.TT.'B I Miih'irizfl to announce John V. l u:. in-ti't-n-i'-iit (.uiiiliHte to rnj- "ni;t; J in tti.; Li Kluture. i.nili'-rii.-.l tf unnounoo Major h-.it.KY. ol Lftwr-n'c, on In.lu .Ii.ln .0 I"i St.te fximU; ut tlio n;i itiihI to '. nti vthinr new . -II w ill ti iv. to go to I T'-iliLli'- Nrw I'ok Siorc. It 13T Nu irost yet a:, the time of day l-I VtT Oljrr"rl. (i;is! j,'ns! :is! Is every month ,a though some mouths li:ul it y;,,iv tin; ailvont of the ;;lsis3. il lot for s;il n!;ir the public y to :,lll-tl. W. U. GiRtrr. The Stuwurb Minstrels are dmwj TeniiOM'e. Our itifortnunt failed t,i .: t irA"f they were doing to it. If- Our young friends Kiver Carter i 1 ! ii ...

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. — 1 October 1874

GUAGER NOTES. At the late Ohio state fair the Gran gers were furnished a room on the gronnJs for the transaction of order business. Grassy Creek frrange, Missouri, has petitioned the Tike county oourt to grant no more dram shop licenses with in her borders. The granges of Williamson county, Tennessee., at a recent meetinp at Frankliu, resolved to subscribe $200 each to purchase and hold the county fair grounds in perpetuity. "We are askel to stale what the granges are doing. If we were author ised to answer for them, we should say in brief the granges are quietly at tending to their own business, and they wish that others might find as much pleasure and benefit from like occupa tion aa thoy do. Exchange. T. R. Allen, master of the Missouri state grange, having been chosen by a paper of the state as its candidate for governor, recently wrote to the editor, firmly declining to be put in nomination for any office, whatever, adding that he did not regard the position of governor of a st...

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. — 8 October 1874

THE CITIZEN, L. W. McCord, Proprietor. DO S.irtUeist coru the Square, TJp Stairs, TIIlll OF HUBSCKIPTIOW To ""'If yr Annn, tn Aitrt. kjitu or ran-' ro ajrzaTuiat .c. I mo. Imi), Imp, a mo, (imp n.r"ur- .. rpl ?. 00 1 00 1 IU IUU III IIW.l " , . i a in 10 110 1.) (HI IK l u iu i ) 'Z ) 15 o in IM 2g u) ou on l so i'fc UQ 40 00 10 0 76 01 UO UJ ,lr.r.iiiiii t"i- ,. ih-l.l in in M 10 i'l Ml ai ut KAMO.V. BT BBKT RilTI. t'.l Pefuglo lliur. Northern ifeslco, 1874. I'rnnk and Mnsrlnu Id bl plao,' l'n iin and cprawlliig ou b! facr, ,re like brut than any luan altve or dead, Uy li ffrcat paup, out of gear, I,ay the (jon fngiuer, WakiliK only Juki to bear, Ovarii-ail, Aiiary Um that nailed bla name, iiaUiu aud rrli-a of bittrr blame W U to li--ar iJ 'bin, and waking, turned and fled 1 Tc the man who'll luring to me," rrii-d lutmlant Harry Lee, Harry T. . th Kuyii-sb formuau of the mlae, " IlnufT the not alive nr dead, I w til a-ivo to liim," lia aail, FiftD liuudrwd penoa down, Jui-t to we 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. — 8 October 1874

;nsro- 4o THE OXTIZZEXLST- jJufashi (gAiizcn By the Citizen 1'rinttnff Co. GOV. BltOWN AT VIA. He Receives the Grandest Ova tion of the Campaign. Ij. "W. McCOllD, Editor and Manager. L. T. MtCOHDi Associate, THURSDAY. OCT'K. S, 1874. SCHEDULE. T. & D. A G. S. R. It., Decatur DivU'ii Mail & Express Houth 12:32 p. m. I'mwiiyer train " 9:43 p.m. Mail train north a. m. Express jain north 7:02 p. m. Freight " " 0:1:5 p. m " " south, 4:51a.m. Local freight arrives 2:15 p. m Uci.arW 10 :4S a. m. M. & C. 11. It., at Df.catt'r. Mail train east 0:51 p. m. " " west 12:30 a. m C3T" Andrew Johnson is coin'' to make that same old pjwccli all alonj; the lino tliis lull. Listen at it and then tell ua if it in not the same tiling you have t-een liearinx rroui hint for years. tW A compromise has been conelu ued in Ivouisiuna, but a it leaves Kel- lo In owrr Just as ho was before, we . lall to tieo what h.'is hech Ruined to the people by the arrangement. tlT Ufa Cheatham's private affairs ...

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. — 8 October 1874

VOL. - IS CITIZE1T. rulasti Citizen. Citi:H Printing Company. j tv. McCOKO, Editor and Manager, THL'RSDAY,: : : OCT'lt. 8, 1874. ANNOUNCEMEHTS- CONOl'.KAH. KiMTnK CiTizts I'li-as-e announce mo a a , ii l.ito i r. . runout this ( tb 7th) Con- .. ,.iu:il District in the 4t b Congress, ,.,-t to wlibtcvur action the Democratic , i ('.."kcI vati vo parties mnv take to 're ore ,,;.v. W. ' WHITTHOENK. rR THE (iKNfcKAL AS.EMBX.Y. urc uiithorlzc.l to announce J ohm VY . Ki -fA'-K an iuirpi-iii-nt oanuid ate to ran. i the Legislature. Foil FLOATfcK a authorized to announce Major Am.iik.w LStsTLKY, or I.awroncu, an Inde ,,.! nt candidate lor the Stute Senate at the , ,.i".iiriu eli'oti'in. 1 rint'll ;.JT A Grand Hup is on the boards l,,r Fridiy niglif, Kith, in l'ulaski. We were glad to see Iv. B. M. Taylor uin th streets yesterday. He k-f jnt recovered from a severe attack (,i l.i.iiu fever. For Kent. siralile resilience for rent for next Apnly to tf. L. Olivkh. A i car. - . EiV'Our friend 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. — 8 October 1874

SAYINGS AD DOIXUS. Thb LiondoA Omnibua company hae abated that conductors rob them to the tune of JE30.000 per annum. . Small men axe generally plnoliy men, and. a bantam rootiter with one eye will whin ten times his weight in Cochin fowL SrrocKsu in bnslnesa is due to admin istration. Capacity in administration is due to that faculty, power, or quality, called common sense. Definition of watering-place that will bo appreciated by many summer loungers : It is as dull as a cemetery and pretty lively with mosquitoes." IIkayex. There, no more at eve declining, tu i m without a ii J are Hhiinug O'er a land of life and love ; Heaven's own harvest woo the reaper. Heaven's own dreams entrance the bleeper ; Not a (ear in left the weeper To profane the Bower above ; There no High of nmmory nwelleth, TIito no tear of niieery dwelleth. Hearts will bleed or break no more ; Taut ir all the cold world's Booming, (inne the nik'ht and broke the morning, Vr"ith seraphic day adorning Life's glad wave...

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. — 15 October 1874

THE CITIZEN L. W. llcCord, Proprietor. 03 SiirtUrMt comer of the Square, Up BUln. t" or iDaaciimox: -,, no"r rer Annum, In Ad nrk of r&icita oa liivuiiKjiiii otce. mo. mo, mo gmQ. Mfiio j f 2 (0 I 4 no ul (U 10 (ju 15 () 1 M II' J 1(1 I & on C.) 10 00 12 uu 11 UJ J) G uu J uu I B 00 10 00 12 00 i os 25 uu iU 00 uu a, uu 10 oo 20 00 'J i ( 1 j'l.rr-e 6 no 6 (l 10 (.1 11 ) i"i ii 'X uu M 00 2S 00 40 00 ( mil "i J , ),,,-.f.. Ill ill - uu iJ;r.i "! .-, ai 1 One ) uo 75 Ul 160 3$ jl.r white hand flash a on the slrlrnjs . eweepitiff a s-wtrt and Hi wr chnrd '' " ' Am! i:d and Mrnnit the great harp'r!nir Unthrone of throlibiiiij tone abroad ynnir and moonlight make a bloom ' ' Turouii'iuu' the r-"b ani sombre room. ' . Ob, wwt and long and shivering swells Ami sweeter still tne lingering flow Ai".m as rerainlered bells ' I.yinit in riiMance long ao. Witeu evening winds from heaven were blown And Hie heart yearned for things unknown I the leafy winiiow-plaoe " "'"" iv n-als the sta...

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. — 15 October 1874

TTT , ASTTT CITIZB1T. VOL 16 r jJuhshi (Citizen Ify the Citizen l'vinting Co. Jj. -V. Mt'COKD, E.litor and Manager I4. D. JU-COItD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : OCT'Il 13, 1874 SCHEDULE. X. & I. & O. S. li It., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Express south . . J'it.'xiiii'rfr train " Mail train north Kxpr-ss -i iiin north .. . Fn-ilit " " " south,.... Local freight arrives. . " " departs . ...12:3:2 p. m . . . 0:4:1 l'.w ... 8::iO a. M. . . .7 :02 r. m. . . .0:13 p.m. ... 4:"i1a.m. . . . 2 :13 p. m. .. .10:48 a. m. M. & C. Ji. K., at Dkcatijk. Mail train eat . II :.r)l r. M. ' " vet 12:30 a. m. Cliattauoogra. The outrage- factory, called a Southern Convention, "composed of atout one liiniJred and twenty-live southern car-pet-biiggors and negroes, one lliird the hitter, i- in full bhit at 'haUauoogu. Neither North or South Carolina nor MisMiiiri are represented, and Tennes Bcan are scarce, it will likely bo a grand li.le, ns it, should be. 2f Attorney General Williams, by directio...

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. — 15 October 1874

YOL. 1 t--, . . jiy Citizen Printing Company. X. W. McCORD, Editor and Manager, riitRSDAY, : : OCT'H, 15, 1874 ANNO.UNCEZIEHT3. OONSBKSS. Eimtob Citizkm Please announce ma as a t.,fi.li lste to represent this (th7th)Con ,,rional District in the 44th Congress, ,ust to whatever notion the Democratie uUd 'ConseivaUvo parties may take to ecur h.rmony. u. llirfHOKKK, TOB THK OENKRAL ASSEMBLY. We are authorized to announce Jous W. VuKissaus an independent candidate to rep ,etu,n Giles county in the legislature. TOB f LOATXB We are authorized to annoonoe Major Adw Bextlbt, of Lawrence, an Inde pendent candidate for the State Senate at tho niiinu election. goal guj$. fy- The Hop at Antoinette Hall has V n postponed to Friday night of next week. . . jar We understand the Pulaski Gas works are about to be commenced. We hope they will hurry up. fjTThe Reetory for th new Kpisco- pal church is lnung erected on the lot adjoining Dr. JuimunUson's. l?T Maj. Allmun showed six bead of trotting slock ...

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. — 15 October 1874

SAYINGS AM) D01XGS. Patti is to receive $4,000 for singiDg t ir H incR t the forthcoming Liverpool musical festival. Every British soldier 'who. fonght at Waterloo will henceforth receive pen sion of 18 pence a day. This New York clergymen preach against fall fashions, ana then go and order stylish suits of their tailors. , Mrs. Nth, of Iowa, can get supper split kindliDgs, wahh the dishes, milk the cows, and feed the hogs while her five boys and two girls are playiDg a game of croquet. Bazaixe will live in London, and has taken the apartment, on King street, St. James, that were once occupied by Na poleon III, in the days when ho was oalled Prinoe Louis. The other day, when a coroner's jury in Topeka, Kansis, found a dead man in a ditch they weren't three minutes coming to the conclusion that ho had been frozen to death. Mrs. Chase, of Ohio, was arrested the first time she appeared with her trous ers' on, and now she's going to mortgage her farm and see whether this is a free count...

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. — 22 October 1874

THE CITIZEN. 1, W. McCord, Proprietor. 01! N'T'.'jfMt oinierof llio8juare, Up Stair, nya or epam-nip-riost: To Dollar. Vr Anau, Im H, ir cr riuia irou ad isiiaina t tnci. I mo. iuiii, .mo. e nia. tlro. ,, .,rp.... .,,1. an.- -I . Hurts'. - sS 52! fi Ul l 10 U) 1-2 u 11 ly "J1! INI 40 Ul no II 00 nu 7 i lu DAS VEILOIEN. inoM noirriit:. Inidy aud awfct violet grew Tbt' tut-ailow weed amnua. On nmrn a rotiy shepherd maid, Willi i n i heart mid Idle trea.i, fame ly, ('aim- ly, TUn m-adou luiidH aud auu. "Ah!" an! "' Volet, "would I were Konie MatHy garden flower! Then I iiiulil KaluiTed lx and Ireesd u:ie I it 1 i h'Uir to lier sweet breast ; Ah, me ! Aii, lue ! Only iii.i: little liiinr !" (m came the roHy h!ip)iu rd Iitaa Willi heart that widiy ! at. An, I i riixlied the violet In the KraaA. 11 I'l.ly hald, How Mweet ! H i w.t !' It aaid witli tainting moan, If I iMiit die, to die alone i-'or her, r'.ir luir To dip ut ber df-ar fee!." A MIIULTLOrs CURE. As wo steamed ont of sight of 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. — 22 October 1874

nsrex 42 gri? Hithshi gAtizcn By the Citizen rrlntlny Co. IJ "VST. MuCO IiD, Kditor an.l Manager Ij. 15. McCOHl), Associate, THURSDAY, : OCT'It 22, 187. SCHEDULE. tST. & D. & O. S. U 11., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Expres south . . l'assenger train " Mail train norlli Express .rain nortli . . . Freight " " " south, Local freight nrrivcH. . . " depart . .12:32 P. M. . U A.l p.m. . H::10 a. m. . .7 :02 r. M. . C-.K! V. m. . 4:51 a.m. . 2 :l."i r. m. .10:48 a. M. M. & C. II. It., AT pECATIIt. Mail train cast 0:51 p. f. west 12:30 a. m. The Elections. The democrac y in the recent elections have carried Ohio, Indiana, Arkansas, Georgia and Oregon by overwhelming majorities ranging from ten to seventy flvo thousand. This i considered by tho radicals m the greatest outrage of t.ut it i onlv a foretaste of that overwhelming outrage to he pcrpe tli uiiiin wav in November, if the democrats will only stick to their nominees and to the usages of the party. Democracy is our only nalv...

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. — 22 October 1874

YOL. IS Pulaski Oltlcoa. Hy Citizen rriHting Cnpn,y L. W. McCOKW, Editor and Manager, nn.liSDAY, : : OCT'S. 22,174 ooNaaaaa. r ditok i irizEN rieaae muounca me m a . i.ti.ii mm in iqirwui ma (the 7th) Con- k.r. i.siouai I'firn.t in ma ib Congresa .-a to whutover uolion the Democrat!. m,.! Consei vativo purtiee may take to ecure l,:iiiii"iiy- IIITTII'IKNK. HOB THE GLNIlKAL ilntMBLT. w .; ere a111.110r17.ca to announce John W. V i Kissac mi independent candidate to rep-rei-cii (till county in the Legislature. FoK HKNATOK, Wo are authorized to announoe Major ,mkkw Hantuit, of Lawrence, an Indo--nJtnt Conservative candidate for the Btate s, i uiu at mo oiisuiuk election. Kil. Miit tin. the Imrber, liax a now Hiiily of liis liiiir vijjor. Try it .lin e for Uundi till' or skin dUea.se of any kind. If Sew style C'orai. Jkvlx.ry at It lVl-VSHIf's Jkwklht Stok. tir Kev. K. J. Tyler lett the Synod of the C. 1. Church on Sunday evening in order to attend the U rand Lodge of 1. O. (i.T. in Nash...

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. — 22 October 1874

0 FALL FASniOXS. Shobt Skibts for the Street. Street drebfeea ate mario to clear the ground, ho thut the untidj and extrava gant habit of gathering tip the dust of the pavements and mad of the cross ings, with fino velvets, Bilks and French cashmeres can now bo avoided without offense to the prevailing mode. Skirts are about three and a half yards in breadth ; formed of a front gore, one or two side gores, and a full width behind, with all the fullness drawn back by strings or stout elastio bunds, set on un derneath. The trimming no longer difTeis in front and back, but is alike all around. The pardessns is either the inevitable polonaise, modified somewhat from the oiiginal idea, which fonnd form in the Marguerite ; or the basque and tablier, finished with a sash, looped so as to eoiiceal the gathers of the apron. A Wauhnq Dkess fob Dai.k and julll. uays. it consists of a single iignter siiade of green. Seven gath ered flounoes of this light shade of green ornament the back of 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. — 29 October 1874

THE OITIZETy. L. W. McOord, Proprietor. Omo. Northeast corner of th. SV.UVpKMtK Two Pollara per Aubwui. BATKa OF nci. 1 mo. 2 mo. mo. Cmg umo. imp rJr . I " !"' ww Tinr miiiRrtis.. 1- our qiiHr. .... () -fnlll 111 ''... 4 mm ih rd ( ol.... Otl-l .11 if I'lil -.'..I 4 lal 6 la) i.i ; " ' 10 00 l nr, 6 ) ft in s ill III l( 1.' ill l-i at un 111 IV .', ei 1a Su I II nl 11 10 K 10 00 12 00 IA in an oo 11 nil 12 U) In iu "Ji ! Ul 4U LU 25 00 30 if) lJ Ik. ua 2& on 40 00 SO 00 7Jt lUI ISO 01 TACKIKU snip. Tbs weathpr '.ftwh nf ih ... , The bowlin .train and thVli. , Tb mr Uut' ' bm qui"?' ,lacken- Oid one point on the weather bow In the liittit-house tall on Fire Ii'i.,t ... Tber.'s a .hade of do,.bt on tbecanSSnSIi And the pilot watches the hoTvgi brW' Tbe ship bends lower before tbe bwvia And an her broadside fair to the hl7'i. , And swifter spri,,,,. on tbe riln ,ea? b9 ,ay :' As tbe pilot calls, " BUnd by t'r sum ! Then ' sileDce all ! " as each In his ,,lan With the Ratbered coil...

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. — 29 October 1874

THE ITJZLjSSZI ciTizsnsr. fghc ifttlaski Siizcn By the Citizen rrinling Co. L. "V. McCOHD, Editor and Manager X. ID. MoCOHI), AsociitU, THURSDAY, : OGTU '29, 1874. SCHEDULE. N. & D. & G. S. H It., Dccittur Divis'n Mail & Express south . Passenger train " Mail train nortli Kx press .rain north . . Freight " " " " flouth,... Local freight arrives. . " " departs . 12:32 p. m. 0:43 p.m. 8:30 a. M. 7:02 p. m. 6:13p.m, 4:51a.m. 2 :13 p. m 10:4a a. m M. A C. It. It., at Pkcattk. juau train cast :fl p. m. 44 " west 12:30 a. M. NOTE THIS! There is a wide-spread uiisapprchen sion as to the day the election Is to take place, which, if not corrected, will en danger greatly the success of the demo cratic ticket. Morn than half the pes pie think that Thursday the Oth Is the day, from the fact that heretofore the elections have been held on that day. lift everybody take pains to circulate the fact that the day is Tiiehday, the Jirtl lust. tvOn Tuesday next eleven new Governors aro to b...

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. — 29 October 1874

TOL. IS THE ZF'TTHj.SIECI GITIZS1T. 1TO. 4; jly Citizen 1'rlHting Company. I,. W. McCORD, Editor and Manager, 11ILRSUAY, : : OCT'H. 29, 1871 CONSKKSS. Kditor CiiizkN F1cm announce me aa a lUililute to represent this ( the 7th) Con j,,..fi(niul Pittru-t in the 44th Congress. M,v. -t t whutuver uction the Democratic uMl i'otisoi vativo parties may take to rcnro ) armon.v- W. C. WH1TTHORNK.. roB THE OKNKRil. ASSKMBLT. We uro authorized to announce Johv W. ViKir.A K un indu pendent candidate to rep r,.r, n (files county in tlio I-nrislature. VnB NATCr, Wo are authorized to announoe Major Amrw Hentlky, of Lawrence, an Inde ! nJtnt Conservative candidate for the Bute nolo at the tiiauing election. goral get. There will l, six persons eon liniK'tl nt tho Catholic Church on next Wedut-i-day eveninj; at 3 o'clock. Nxt Tuesday, Nov. 3rd. Nt-xt Tuesday ia the day of the elec tionnot Thursday. Let every demo cratic and conservative voter remember this, and be mire to vote. A Haines Uro's. Piano...

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