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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 29 October 1874

THE GKANfiEKS. Arkansas reports 478 granges, and more cowing. Okk grange in California took seven LnnilrtHi Buures in the granges bank. The Louisiana state grange is to meet nt Baton lionge, Thursday, December 3, next. A orange co-operatire trade aasocia tioa Las been chartered at Farmer City, Ills , with a capital of $5,000. Tne New York Tost says the Gran gem' platform " is more like a new ser mon on the m-'unt that a political de claration of faith." TiiEitE are six hundred granges in Teiao, averaging about thirty-four mem bers to the grange, making a total of 121,420 members iu the state, about one lifth of whom are ladies. The master of the Tennensee state grange has completed arrangements by which he offers to f nrnish Patrons with sewing m chines, sold by agents at 80. 870 aud $60, respectively, for $36, $33 und $29. Tub Alabama Patrons of Husbandry, to prevent fraud aud theft by tenants, propose that all merchants shall sign an agreement not to purchase any corn or cotton wi...

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. — 5 November 1874

L. W. UcCord, Proprietor. Oni e Korllie.st corner of tkeSqnare, Dp 8tlr, TkKUH OF IDBSTBIrTinv roU.llr l-r Ai.,.m, , catik or l-Mium rott ApyWuaia 1 ino. mo. Imo, iima. On I T I !!! 2E SS , i j r Mjiwir ih r.i t !.... ;ii I" -l in tilt in in u io i . ii lis S 1 I IS ml 'U ML ( 71 IK 1U n IS TIIEPALU 0, mliimn, with tliy dying imcll H fnitit, mi ,!. i yet , wcol Amnl the treliKn at my taet liv jmttfriiiK nut nl urokt-u shrlL I fi d the fcret of thy spell. The fllDij year iu full retreat forever. I; ihnrnlntaert by the last week' raiim -The flM reeM the (treen of irin The lulls deecribe a sharjr riun The ilew lu diauiourts drench the tianea The leavra (trow thinner iu the lauea The thread npoi, the hedgerowa olinK la silver. Tale, like the fading foreet hair. The Hlanting .unbeainH Htrufle through The Kkv ik of a tearful bine 8 ' A iieiicivn emienre tills the air : Auil, with patbellc s ret iks fair The wan world ,.,.m to wave adieu Forever. The rattle browse aloiitf the lea Tlie pipi...

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. — 5 November 1874

i'i;. m-cn cr UTjA :i CITIZEN". ITO.44 r, 1 "t 4.' L IS, Ir 11 J hi i i g7r jJnhtshi Mzen By the Citizen 1'rinting Co. Zj. V. McCOltD, Editor and Manager. Ij. r. McCOltD, Associate, THURSDAY, NOV'R 5, 1874. SCHEDULE. H. &, D. & G. S. R. U., Decatur DivU'n . Mail & Kxprcs south 12:32 P. m. 1'assenjter train " 'J:43 r.u. Mail train north 8:30 a. m. Express train north 7:02 i m Freight " " U:Ur.i " " south, 4:51a.m. Local freight arrives 2 :15 r. m " " departs 10:48 a. w M. & C. It. I.., at Dkcati k. Jdim tram cast 0:51 p.m. u " west 12:30 a.m. TIIE LLKCTIOXS. Democratic Success Every where! North, South, Eust and AVest. The Next CoiigrcHH Ieniocratic by a Good Majority. Even the telegraph wires are laugh lnz to-day. They are the hearers of Joyful news. W'a would like to cive it in detail; but it id too iiiucli. it would take us too lomr. We can't wait. Here it is in brief. New York electa a demo cratic Governor by 40,000 majority, and two-thirds of her Congressmen are ...

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. — 5 November 1874

J "VOL. IS Pulaski Citizen. Citizen Printing Company. I.. W. Mcl'ORO, Editor and Manager. HURSDAY, : : NOV. 5, 1874 ANirOUX CEMENTS. CONe.lJCSB. Kuitok OinzkN Please annnnn. m. I'Hlhli'luttl to r.-i.roMCiit tl.i I tL. Ttl. r. i-fxpniiiul DiHtrU-t in the rut. r. t to whatever action CongresH. the Democratic " may tune 10 'ecnre lj'i-Tiiony. W. C. WtllTTHORNg FOR THh CiKNKRAL a B.HE1IBI.T. vte aru Kiiltionzi-d to annonnca .Tnuw a. k mi itKhpeEdorit candidate torcn- ilca county in the Lijfislaturo. run fob kknatok. Wo nro authorized to announce Major AM.iKw IikNTi.lv, of Lawrence, an Inde .i nduiit Connervativo candidate for the State Nc-imlo at tho unhuiri election. llf M ) li triuk M;itUi-ws and Mr ll.M.Stani.y w.-nt to Faytettevillo Tues day to prosec ute Gilbert, the murderer dC the Idiud man. iff" Jem'' Clothing at lcthn tlie material -i an be purchased for elsewhere sit the Nkw Yokk JStohk. it - MTKwry in. inher of Pulaski Lodge I. (.;. T. iri lequtHted to be at the l..le 10..111...

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. — 5 November 1874

J USEFUL RECITES. To Make rrrran Vixkoar. Tate :x larpo reil pt-pt'r8, fclit them np, and boil Wicni in tbiit piDts of strong vine-p.-ir lowu to one qunrC S'rain it, and bollo for n?o. It will keep for years. Oyster Saicf.. Take fifty ojfitrr, rinse, and put them in a etew-pan with oue gill of cream. As soon as tbey be come hot, stir in one ounce of butter, mixed to a paste with a little flour. This ia a delightful nance to eat vith boiled tuikey or fine fat jonnp pullet i, in which cane the fowls should also be stuffed with ojnters and bread-crumbs. To Boil Kirn, Carolina Fashion. To one pint of rico put one quart of water. Cover closely and boil rapidly. AVIion done, each grain will be distinct, well swelled, and very white. Twenty minutes are. eufllcient for the whole process. Ilice should always be picked over carefully, false grains removed, and cooked in a stew-plan clean to nioety. OtstkuSocp, No. 1. Take two '.marts of oyster, and drain them with a fork from their liquor ; w...

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. — 12 November 1874

THE CITIzTq L. W. McCord, Proprietor. OmeXorthcMt corner of the 8,.,"- TKKMtt or WUaKX- HPACK. 1 no. 2 mo. " wo. (me Btriam - so a 4 iA . i -a 00 ,ooo lM-..f.ti.rra... 8. i,, MOO 20 S Tim-e iw)tinrea... ft (jn 1 imr siiKreH , g w I Hie f.. Ill III li, J( tiiii-lhinl ol.. 12 iu nm--ii;ll' I'oi i. fM I U1 in " is W 10 Ml 20 00 12 ut 1 HI -II () if Ou 40 Ul lli OU HO Ul CO i U0 11 CO 2 00 40 00 to uo 76 oa is m -II Ill l l) UO 01 Ipal.l, niylifaiH a beautiful thin I will crown me win, it flowera I will iiiR of It. Rlory mil day um'a F'ir my Uarp is ;ouuk, aud mwit . tfhi.ll thrill .11 the golden noun.. And over the Haid and over the ntoue For ever aud ever the wve rolled on. ; I ra'd, my lifn in a brrililn thine All ruiupd. and lout, and cnmuVa I will liea) iK anhea upon my head" I will wail for my Joy and my ilarlma Till the dreary dire for tbo day. t" a?2 S.ir. faint through the dull, d" nib dut. ' And over the aud and over the ntoue For ever aud ever the waves rolled on. I M. I wan ...

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. — 12 November 1874

TTT , A FTTT OITIZB1T. T3rCKi liy the Citizen Printing Co. L. W. McCOUI), Kditorand Manager. Ij. X. JVIoCOIlD, Associate, THURSDAY, : NOV'R 12, 1874. SCHEDULE. S. Jt I. & G. S. R Ii., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Express south . l'assenpcr train " Mail train north t'.x press rain liortli .. Freight " " " " south,... Local freight arrived. . " " departs . .12:32 p. m . . 0 :43 p. m . . 8::i0 a. m. . .7 :02 p. m. . .6:13 p. m .. 4:51a.m . . 2 :15 p. m . .1U:4S a. w. M. & C. R. Mail train east. . " " west It. AT DkCAT'.'R. 0:51 p. 12:30 a. t5T" We are not going to quarrel with our J r lend liullock ot llie franklin lie vieto t Journal, but we did think he ouirlit to have corrected those inisrei resentations of Gov. Brown's speech at I'ulaski alter his attention hail been called to tliein so specially. We did not believe he would deliberately andwil- luliy misrepresent Gov. Jtrown or any one else, and hence wo called his atten tion particularly to a correction made In the Citizen ...

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. — 12 November 1874

"VOL. is Pulaski Cltlsw, H,j Citizen Printing Company, ' w- M.:CORU, Editor and Manager, riiCKSDAY, : : XOV'B. 12, 1874 Several of our lawyers are in N ; i-hvilie attending Federal Court. C- U. v.l)r. i: II. Hivers will preach ,n l-.llu.ni uvxt Sunday. 1 tn t IT Our hj,u e oil the inside U 8o,e ulnt liuiitr.i tli id week on account ol a jiiC-ure ol ails. f T:ix ( Vlk-etor Wm. Ci. Lewis U- mii H his ultimatum this nioi liin-r 'ri,i.,.. Is iot to dunce. ;y The weather ha len oppressive ly warm during the past week. Vkuw every Imdy donned their Hanuel tLe week before. tJT A very heavy rain, with thunder :in.i lightning, visited thin region Tues day night. It seemed to be heavier north ol this. lr. 11. II. Kiv, vera left vwipr. day morning for Rowling Green Ky. where lie hud been invited to lecture be luie the Female College. ZS" An oi l man, ( enjlngly CO ye n of uge, was eauglu by one ol Pulaski's ili'iuimoiid to the tune of fUO Tuesday nii.t. lie was old enough to be sharper. " .... ...

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. — 12 November 1874

! t I. 21 1 :; 1 1, SCIENTIFIC FRAGMENTS. lira flora cf the United States is be lieved to contain more than 300 trees and more than 81 woody species. Of the trees about 200 species are tolerably abundant in one region or the other, and about 120 species grow to a large size. Dr. Clauke, who is a strong oppo nent of the " mixed education" of boys and ff'rls, as some teachers would hae it carried on, says that when differences in sex aro not respected in schools, one result ' is to make a very poor kind of men out of women, and a very poor kind of women out of men." This re sult he considers to be the natural re sult of the ' identical" method of edu cation. In experimenting on the mechanical power of horses, Sanson ind that the farm horses about Paris, weigh on the average C51 kilogi amines, and give about 2,500.000 kilograrameters of useful work por day of ten hours. The total force necessary to produce, this useful effect is calculated at 3,070,000 kilogramme ters. The total work d...

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. — 19 November 1874

THE CITIZEN, L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Offlre Northeast corner of the Square, Dp Stairs. TtHu or suBscaimox: Tvo I ptr Annnni, in AdTnm. uni or raicaa iron autkbtuikq: "- '" mo. i mo, s mow 12 mo One Mrnnre t it) 4 (18 6 U) i 8 00 lions. n.iir. 4 10 sun cm ',0 2 ; ,,,..,, inn-!:.. II 10 e ,0 low ,2 j ."',': '"- ' llu m 2 mo. 1 mo. g mo. 12 mo- lliin! !.. 11 til Ih 1 li ll ISI . ...I til XI ISJ ji au n I, 5 AUTUMN LKATK8.: - ri lie shattered rainbow. WUerc thc , Within the forest sileuily. Autumn leave I Tli wint-Larp grieves For summer panned away Russet leaves) r' n'-i'T.",". "ke "-n"'!" down r' "1-rlliliiKior sober hrown , lliat to our windows Hy. Oiilrlen leave 1 PrirtliiR likn tlm annlieama fair On Die silent wavea of air Ho radiantly by. Crimson leaves ! I'miipliiH like the aim's last raya At the clme of autuniu daya. Lion the western hill. Yellow leaves ! Whirling by 011 every Mait I hat plays a requiem fur the fast la touos that nadir thrill. Yellow, russet, (fold, and red ! ...

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. — 19 November 1874

1TO- 46 VOL IS By the Citizen Printing Co. L. W. IvIcCOliD, Editor and Manager. Is. D. MoCORD, Associate, THURSDAY, : NOT'R 19, 1874. SCHEDULE. tf. & I). & G. S. R - II., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Accom. south Passenger train " Mail train north . . . Express Main north . Freight " " south,.. ..1:2 IP. M. . .10:0" p.m. . 8:50 a. M, . .8:i" p. M. . .7:38 a.m. . .12:3i p.m. M. & C. It. Ji., at Decati:k. Mail train east 10 :3S p. m " " w est 11 :5a p. m. Oh, Art a Consistency, TIiou Fraud. Two vcars airo tlie Shelbyville Com mercial helped Andy Johnson to split and damage tho Democratic party, and U still advocating his claims lor the U. S. ' Senaiorshln. and all the timo it is counseling harmony and prating about "splits," "bolts," etc. Its inconsistency in this restiect amounts to absolute lm pudence, but then there is a design at the bottom of all its palavering that is more nauseatinsrstill. It wants to 'bury t.h nnst feuds that have arisen in our ranks and work for the...

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. — 19 November 1874

Un Citizen 1'rintlng Company 1 w- Mc)aD, Editor and Manager, l . ... , rilUJiSDAY, : : NOV'. 19, 137 I ...!!! " Cotton la brisk and low In Pulaski - " - - t3TMr. T. W. York U Hying hi Co- s iiiiM'int t2T Mr. wiuimTha gone to Nuh. vlll.i to live. Kfllcnry Arrowaniitti makes a snlen ii auctioneer. (11 UTOus Jones does g-.m fitting with the grace of a professional. tjrMr. Jhq. D. Miller nently located in Frauklin. baa permit- A now Kas machine la being sunk or Clark it Youngs. In rear Of A change ol siliedulo was made lat Sunday. Set a time-cut U. We underoUuil a ball is hike ilae at the Alamo House. oon to Ir- Wvers wiU preach at the M. K. Church next Sunday morning. UT'Bo sure and call at nllUt Winsiup's Jbwelby.Stork. tVThe Chlldors block will have gas lu a fow days all except the Citukn of llce. t3T Mrs. Miller, an aged lady livin" C miles north of Pulaski, died lust Sat urday. (W Call at WjKsiur'd Jewelry Store and settle your account. He means business. nig -. tW The Senior left ...

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. — 19 November 1874

fa SEED AMI WISH. I nrfd not what I cannot lure The north winil wit fro;n me lhla folly With lazy, .hiverintf whine to crave H.inm immrnrt aK'tlmt melancholy Whlrh haunts us all, whm dream- bo by Of ah.it inlpht be if lire wtrn other Than llfn In ; therefore every slab In working songs 1 strive to swothrr. Yon need not what you cannot have : 1 Iii.iik'i torrid suet of bope!- I easion Through every nnlainod innmlre rave. And mold your worda to nery faMilon. what if your wi!d doeire would aeim Home other heart 'a delight and rrlory ? Fate reigns not your one will to (li-ane; Not youra the only tragic story. None needa the thf tig he cannot have ; . Tho (rods know how to irive right measure : TlironKli areniltiir loaa their eouln they sve; They will not leave na .laves of pleaaure. Tet aweet in longing, aweet is truat ! The royal aluli apeeda brave endeavor Covet the tw.t (ffta ! for we iniikt ! Ily tiite ath we am-i-ml forever. MY UXCLE UASA 1UC1IEL0R. "Yon Lave often wondered, Georgo...

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. — 26 November 1874

THE CITIZEN. . W. McCord, Proprietor. Of ce Northeast comer of theBqnare, TJp Stairs. TIHUH 0 BOBSCRIPT10: Two Dollars per Anna, 1 mo. t mo. mo mo. 12 mo. - I 2 & A (D A no 8 Ul f 4 in s 8 IX) lo uo l. im l mi 'I it Miiiitrt'S. I 6 UO r l 10 01) 12 00 11 HI '-11 110 :'.s (m U IJU soo 10 00 12 00 IS us oo 0 00 4 00 uo I 10 00 20 0U it oo 24 on 40 00 to oo 75 0) iso at 1 hire wJIIHrfcS... i , ,11 r .'iu it. .... t. null I 'ol. H i.- in i.l l nl ,!,.--i all eul In ll 12 111 . ll VII III ii i a. IIU THK MOTHERVS CALL. BY 1IBH. COnNIK LAWS ST. JOHN. Au nnl mother, limn In Che twilight of an an tntr.n .v.-liiK, wren at the thout,t thai her Ch5" ., w,.rl... can return . .r Jole in tui .wiu uiw, imrity and beauty of youth. sweet. C imo Wk to my arms lilt children ! Hark through thi. fle'ii, ,ron arm tjl) Wh.ro T.iiir fnoKt.-i s wlt out in lifr'a moraine- T.i the Knat world far over the bill """ C n.ir lurk o'er the fl.-l.1s lvluir sodden A:nl ilim, in Iho chill autumn rain F-r my tarviu...

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. — 26 November 1874

"VOL 16 THE FUXiASKI CITIZE1T. 3STO- 47 7 ffuhslti Hizcn By the Citizen l'rintiug Co. 1" "W. MoCOItD, Editor and Manager . Ja. I). MoCOItD, Associate, THURSDAY, : XOV'll 20, 1871. SCHEDULE. N. .St J). & G. S. R It., Dociitur Divis'n Mail & Afcom. south . . J'liKnenjrer train " Mail train north Kx press nrain north . . Freight " 44 " " south,.'.'.'., 1 :2 lr. m. . 10 :0. i. K:.".0 a . .8 : S r. . 7::;h a, M. M. M. M. . 12 :35 l-.M. M. & C. Ii. It., at Decatur. Mail train east 10 :3S p. ai " " west 11:52 p.m. C3T While Gollitlay's drawing was in progress at the Opera House, Nu.-hville, last Monday nilit an oltlcer appeared upon the stapre, captured tiie lottery par npliarnalia, Uolliilay and assistants, uiul broke up the drawing. The arrested parties gave bond and were released. CSTTho National Jubilee at Nash ville on the l:th inst was agnind alliiir, long to be rcinetnbereil by all who par ticipated in it. The multitudes were addressed by lions. J. Ji. Heck, and J. J'roc...

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. — 26 November 1874

1 1 "VOL. 16 Citizen Vrintina Company . I.. M.-COItD, E,litor ai.d Manajri TIU'RSDAY, : : NVT. 20, 1874 Olivet. Rev. Dr. II. II. Hi vera olivet, near Jtcynokls SiiihI:iv iiioiniiiir. w ill j.rtiiu li at Stiil Ion, next l-W New stock ot .Jewelry, Lowl i lr the Cash ui i,ji;-U Wixsiiir'rt Jkxkuv Kioki :. ;'- A hu-ge minihor ol" the l.elle.sj nd inx I tins vii initv attendee! :l i.;,-.!., t. ..iM.ii :t tlie resi.l.Mi.-., f Mr. ;iin.oii l;. lour miles south ol town, ou last Tin-.-l:iy t-vi'iii n. A Haines Itro'M. iNano. One of the l.u.sl instrument inanttfae iinvl in Aineriea, riht nev. , unsoiled an. I in jH ileet oilier; will l.c sol.l at a re.-it bary.-iin. Aj.ply at this ollice. tl. Jucltre Win. Lewis received n 1.l ol broil..; turkeys last Week. One gobbler, the 111:111 who raised him said, o.uld worry ai titty i.i.uinl weight iiii"lit ily. . . . t'i'" I am in lu eil of money. I have hem very lenient with you.. Call and M-iile your a -iiiit with mk. F. WiN.sjiii-. tf?" Our facetiou...

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. — 26 November 1874

1(11 Yltll.VU. Wa part by lhi pat lu Jnnn, Tnat soft and balmy month. Beneath the nwwlljr iM-amlDi? iuood, Anit llh wonth htintli tuuth e'-iul tlud a rhyme to mouth. Yeira wrr-to )aw ere we ehoald mtet, wlileaiifl yawning Ruif Divi.lea mo from my hive no Hwcl, Aurt a.ily m itli a ulf -aulfdulf l'tl iiluuee the in tBtf gulf. Ah ! how I lrra h d in mv until To leave my lovely nymph, W'tlle ytara nboul'1 tlitrir long reaKon roll J Iff ore my hyroihtlynifjhsyjHih Alas my luvely uymnh t Oh, I had loved hpr many years I loved her for herself, I loved her for her teutler years, And alwi for her htf i,?if tlf MuHt li t It no at ie If. 1 sorrowfully wrung her hand", While ten did fat-1 escape ; Mv anfrulHh I couhl uot cmumaml. And f.UiK like an tii caio ape Ah I tuuat I make It ai ! I (tve to her a fond adieu Hweet p.ipU f Love- school, I told her I would e'er be true. And ever be a rnle -uinlo-fool llut wind up on the fool I THAT I5RUTF0F A BULL. Daring; my residence at New Zealand I was on...

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 December 1874

InWjMcCord, Proprietor. i lueanare, rr BtM. 2 mv " One mrf 2 an a Z: ' 3 m T-o.(1.r.8 i2 .mm Thn v Miinrfa ( 'in- f- im h t'nl "!!. lllllll 'l:--nltll" i'l.i 8 III io uj n . " is oo in i.i 111 OH I'J lu 1 IM ''II U l- Mj I.I mi '.'I in ai 14) 11 uo i .i m ai j ou w ui 'ft 0U su no 4 III in -'6 00 0 00 60 (O oo 75 m A- VAaiujTl I cannot chfck my tln.no), 1 know uot how or wh.Ve ,a Tu 6ve my thought delfgUU There Is tio door olo k . My tbonBl,t despise. a "ml ' Ana waadfT. everywhere. " t W!,". tbe "'rone f throna. . i me King of klnirn- ' U.a. aud d clrcllng ii eoars on reraph wing?.' What earrnt thon hrlna from .... , . TliatU not wealth tome 7 FF.RLIXA'S LAST tilAXCE. "This," paid Mrs. Gfferlv "thu ; the last tirne, Perlina Milk thl l??' "me- 1 VW n onCb npon Von .nw jooi ma cued, and I took chares ol von, to marry six girla wh fa T rr,D9M "b(? them.. 1'vo dressed von nKaannsTrnRB tloil, and I've son t you to the most fashionable places o board in summer, and here you are. trr, tie...

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 December 1874

I- VOL IS THE OT'-nT,.-piisr ! J I i &ftc iJahshi (Zitizcn 2iy Citizen Printing Co. I... "W". MoCOItD, Editor and Manuger. r.. X). McCOHD, Associate, THURSDAY, : L .JaJ J. ... DEC'R. 3, 1871 SCHEDULE. & 1). & G. S. It- U., Decatur Iivis'n !Muil & Accom. south . l'assenjrer train " Mail train north Express u-ain north . . Freight " " " south,... 1 :2 1p. m .10:03 p.m. S:."0 a. m. .8:23 r. M . 7::5S a.m .12:30 P.M. M. & C. Ii. It., at Decati-r. Mail train cast 10:38 P. w " " west 11:52 P. m. tW Archie Thomas, of tlie Spring- Held J!ecnrd, who tilled the iiosition ko acceptably at the lat session of the Ixg islature, is a candidate for re-election as Scrireant-at-Aruis ot the htatc henate We know of no man in the State whom we would rather fee occunyin that To sltion. He U an honorable, worthy and comix-tent centh man In every sense. and our Senators could not do better than to elect him. S-s-s-s-Z ! Our correspondent "S" shoots'too hiali and her "scorn" and denunci...

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 December 1874

MCr i "VOL. ia Pulaski Jy Vitizrn l'rii,tio Company. I,. W. MoCOIU), 1"tr and M; TUT RSI) AY, ; DECK 3, 1874. go cut anr$. ."r ''"V U have received Homing fur Clirif-tiiias. Why thU latc- liciis '! II, 1. 1 xil.VKK Alti. .,- CiMI at nl'J-it Wl.Nsuu- s Jkwi ;uiy tiroiiK. S3- SI.Tiirilitv..ll ea, rivd General Gnsl.y and Mosu lii.!i,-v !o Jy-ai,. villo hut SatunJ iv to acteii I trial before the u;:e.iie Court, which convened on next Monday. IZT New Hock of Jewelry, Low'Pri ces lor the 'a.iii at ITiO-U WlNdlilp-S tj KW KLHlf Stokk. C2T Irn vlor, I'ickrcll and Dunn, the milder, i o.Ki.i. h .li.Ujfe Wm. (j Lewis the olh.i .lay tia a ujan tiiev had a scheme laid tor last summer iu Mem phis, while he was on his way to Ht hprinjM. Tli.y would not have found a 'duirty' in liim. V&- The largest stock of Clocks, sold very low lor the Cish at Illicit Wl.VIIin 's Jkwki.ky Stokf. Circuit Court till in fe.-sion in Pulaski, Jndrp 1'. Martin prctddiiis. a V'ii T - A llaincH Uro's. I'lano. One or ...

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