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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 3 December 1874

CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC. Speed of Klecli In Signals. It Is remarked that wires btiried in the eartli transmit eIowIj, like subma rine cabltn. Wires placed npon poles, but slightly derate"), trRtumit signals with a velocity of 12,000 miles per sec ond, while those placid at a considera ble height give a velocity of 16.GC0 or 20,000 miles per second. To Destroy ll oae Slugs. A correspondent of the Country Gen-tli-mau repnrts that Eothinj? will so thor oughly destroy rose Bln8 aa wood ashes. The awhea must be rifted on early in the morning while the leaves are dump, the branches beinq tnraed over careinlly, so that the under sides of the leaves, to which the young sln?s clinpr, may get their hhure of the sif tinps. If the night has botn dewless, in order to make the work thorough, first sprinkle the bushes, and the ashes will then cling to the slugs, to their utter destruction. This may be repented without iDjnry to the roo oh often as the pests make their appearance, Poke-Uoot Tor Dest...

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 December 1874

THECITIZEN, w McCord, Proprietor. Offl.re Northeast comer of theBqnire, TJp BUlra. thm of BuascBimoar- " Il'L."! Annum, AdOMi BATim or rBlclM roit 4KJ.J- m.. r Hi tVI. , V ; 24 00 !,- ;r t 01 i , , ..,7 ,o J ?J w bo uo -'J 'uuii Mi in X. .V. t. w 7s m GUILTY OU SOT GUILTY. Klie stood at the tar of Jnrtiee. A creature wen and wild In form too small for a woman. In featnree too old for a child For a look o warm and pstlier.lo' "u "tjmped on uer pale, yc,UDg face SlUBt have left that sileut trace " Yonr nam?," said the jndse. as he mH t, With klndlv l,k, yet keen JM h'r " I.1V Mry Mc0a'r. If jou pleaw. air "And TouraKe?" " I aa turned flfuin Well, Mary," and thn from a ptr 11 slowly and gravely read, " Yo'V cbrKd horn, I am ,0rry to aay It With sttalicg three loaves of bread. " Ton look not like an offender. And I hope that you can show The charge to be falhp. now, tell me Are you (jnllty of this or vol" ' A iwioi.ate burst of weeping Was at hrat ihe solo reply, But she dried her eyes ...

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 December 1874

VOL IS THE 7r QnhxsU Citizen By the Citizen I'rintlna Co. Ij. V". MoCOHD, Editor and Manuger. Ij. T. McCOItD, Associate, THURSDAY, : DECK 10, 1874. SCHEDULE, ff. & I). & G. S. R R., Recutur Divis'n Mail & Accom. 8011U1 . . l'afppnjrer train " Mail train north Kxpress train north . . . " " south,.... . 1 :2 1p. m. .10 :0. p.m. . 8 :50 a. M. . .8 :'2Tj p. M. . .7:38 a.m. .12:35 P.M M. & C. It. 11., AT Decati.r. Mail train east 10:38 p. m. " " west 11 :52 p. M The Memphis and Knoxville It onl and Cheap Coal. Pu laski a Manufacturing: City. A correspondent of the Memphis Ap peal writing from Nashville makes some Biiirufstioiis in retrard to the M. & K. 11. It. which should not eHoape pulilio at tention, and particularly in Pulaski We can now get coal from the Alabama mines at less than tour Collars a ton Let us build our road through Fayette villo to Cowan, and then w will have sources of coal supply, the Alabama and the Cumberland Mountain mines. We will be within 8...

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 December 1874

T -LCD ilvCMzen Printing Company. J,. W. McCORD, Alitor and Manager, THURSDAY, : ; DECTo7l874 tST" T. M. N. Jones, Esq'r, offer loo ncre. of good land fop sale or rent? tSTBe sure and eall at ,,19 4t Wisship-8 Jkwklry Stork. The. rads aro trvin- to r.ri,,., n i;.e.!dent'H alarv, .'iwuifone of ihem can he President. f ti-r-Xew stock Watciu.s, Jeweihy and Silver Ware for Cash t "l94t WISSUIP' JKWKI.KX STOBK. " ' ' -tr - .27" The visitors from 1'uU.k.i to New Orlei..-returned last Saturday 7a fefy D.ey saw a very large time. J f r New stock of Jewelry, low Pj-I es lor the Cash at f " n2-4t Wisemp'a Jcwklhy Stork. iFm7 We. WruU Ul "y ation.V' and the imminent eompoMtur put it "1)7 r fur;:-, aSe. teu ned tr The largest stock of Clocks, sold very low for the Cash at nlUJt Winthii'8 Jewelry Store. tarThe.jlvit right bill is not to be burned up. Tbey want to sound the country tim, and then slip it gently through if possible. ly t2T What is better than a promising young man? Answer next week...

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 December 1874

USEFUL IMORMATIOX. Weight of CiMc i-nol of Varloiu hub- Lioose earth, 93 Ib. ; common soil. 121 1M. ; strong soil, 127 IJi. ; clay, 135 Iba.; clay and none, ICO lt ; cork, 15 tba.; tallow, C9 n.3.; brick, 125 lbs. Number of Tree ou an Aere, at Vsrlou At 4 feet npart each way, 2,720 ; 5 feet, 1,749; C leet, 1,200; 8 feet, CS9 ; 10 feet, 430 ; 12 foet, 323 ; 15 feet, 200 ; 1:J'5; 2J feet 110 J 22 feel, 70; 30 feet, 50. ' Useful Item. An Irish mile is 2,210 yards ; a Sootcb mile is 1,984 yards; an English or Btat Tote mile, 1,700 yards; German, 1,806: Turkish, 1,820. ' ' An acre is 4,810 square yards, or 69 yards, 1 foot, 8 inches each way. A eqnare mile, 1,700 yards each way, con taining C10 acres. A legal stone weighs 14 ponnds, or the eighth of a hnndred, in England, and 10 pounds in Holland. The lathom (six feet) is derived from the height of a fall grown man. A hand, in horse measure, is 4 inches. Wei ghis ana Mtunrct. Lk. riu.hr!,. ... eo'swoet potato.. . . 6 Timothy wied... . . ...

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 December 1874

: 'HECITIZEN. w- McOord, Proprietor. Office Korthnut ccrn, " ' qnaro, rjp BUlra, One flare 1 I to . J To Mjlmrra J 16 00 8 do , Thr,-e imrea 21!! S '? W lo .2 J2 5? rur Wimrs,. a ui inir-r.iuth C.l. m , tfrif llnril 1.... i )w (tie-itiiir Col i. (KI 1 it ui 10 00 10 00 14 (.1 18 l '-11 III Ml IJQ 1U UI 12 OH lb IU 'Jl () 10 1-- 00 IS t) ) HO (U UJ 2Ti 00 13 00 14 09 4n 60 Ua 74 m ISO a there would b9 independent write those who express,! wnlPr8. without a bXonnonhT!68 Without indulging iu thLrie J to n" cause of thi. proNtration I wtll otdv call y.ur attention to the'ft aBd to ngThis D- TWO ESSENTIA!, ELEMENTS cf prosperity have been most abundant -labor and capital. Both have been larpely unemployed. Where tie s cunty has been undoubted capital h been attainable at very moderate" Whr labor La- been wanted it has been found ia abundance at cheap raS e.mpared with what of the n elites chased with the wages demanded. Two great elements of prosperity, therefore r: " , , V"r. 8011 nl cl...

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 December 1874

: t , y I A i I J 7 YOL IS THE UPTTI-j-A-SIKII GITISS1T. into. 50 By lie Citizen JPrinting Co. Ij., "VV. MoCOKD, Kditor and Manager. L. II. teCOHX, Associate, THURSDAY, : DECK 17, 1874. SCHEDULE. A. & D. & G. S. K. II., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Accom. south . l'assenjrer train " Mail train nortli Express ,rain nortli . . Freight " " " " south,... . 1 :2 IP. M. .10:05 p.m. . 8:50 A. M. . .8:25 p. m. . .7:38 a.m. ..12:35 p.m. M. C. R. K., at Dkcatt.k. Mail train east 10 :3S p. w, " " west 11 :S2 p. m, HT Our little "Whit." la after the Frceilinan's Hank with a sharp stick. He has Introduced a bill directing the Commissioners to institute suit against the trustee, oilicers and agents to hold them personally responsible. tW Samuel Watson Esq., Trustee of the iiank of Tennessee is out in a five column card, vindicating his ollichil conduct from the charges and statements contained in the recently published re port of the Legislative Committee. Mr. Watson says he has been grossl...

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 December 1874

Pulaski- Citi-eu. Ky Citizen-Printing Company. Kcr, THURSDAY, : : DEC It. 17, i874 W Hill & Ballentine make an i," " ' "' tf tlT Wm. Taylor, of Slarshall rountv S2i,.'1SS!S,Si,;uu -S2S,t3 Wantkd-A thon.-ana and sixtr-rlve buyers of the Toys at 7 e ti.laP,iA' gTWn C0l"tryman in town tli- other day Baw a whe l barrow in Iront of a grocery store. H 3 ami asked wl,,tt it w, II, hd nevS Hern a wheelbarrow he lore. Buy your wife a Wheeler A- fiii Sewlnjr Machine for u Chrbtmaf ent It will be letl.ean water to many broken iiroinUes. It. C2T If you want sometliiiiz really nice, fro to Hu l & Ualucntwk's and n.OQ8 of that l-ure Cane Juice hyrup. u cost but little more than the common, and U superior to anything ever in Pulaski. t f , tVBc sure and call at nil) 4t Winship-8 Jkweliiy Stokk. CIT In the Iiwtitute at Cornersville a special department will be organized for the instruction of pupiu desiring to qualify themselves lor teachers. Cheap rates of board and tuition are ottered bee...

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 December 1874

CONGRESSIONAL. SENATE. Dkckitbkb 7. The senate was ea'lod to order promptly at noon by Vicrt Preaident Vilnon. Mr. Anthony, from JtncxJe Ialani, offered a resolution iuntructiDg the secretary of tho senate to Inform the hoime of represent a' ives that a quorum of the oeuato had aaeeinbled. and that tha senate was ready to pro-ex-j to business. Asrerkl to. ...He alao ubml'ted sn order providing that the hour of meeting of the senate should bedailvat12 o'oloek, nntil otherwise ordered. Agreed to... Mr. Morrill, of Maine, from the Joint select committee appointed at the lat Besnion to frame a government for the district of Co lombia, subml ted a written report accompa nied by snndry statutes. It providos for plac in(i the district nnder a board of three reroute, to be appointed by the president and confirmed by the senate, and who shall themselves ap po nt subordinate boards of health, rolice, etc., the powers of all being minntelT df-fied. Ttie people are to elect three members 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. — 24 December 1874

iMcCord, Proprietor. OmcoKortlxctooruerofts ar. Vp Blair. Two Dollar, .... . """"'O. In a ., aoce. One TiHr . . 1 wo Mmarea J, ; 7 ' J 4l ft a w " "'in tiiu One- tinr.t ol.... t'llv-lUiU coxguesiSoxaE: SENATE. - December 8. Tha follo wer. introlcoJ and It , bilIa Mr. WriBht-A bit Z tuLl B"' president of the rnoTF Sry of Kdm,,nda-fo Enable h R'alo?- -By Mr. tbe d,htriot of dw'mbii 2,".U,Mn,a co"rt of July bUHinew,... y lT,1,,111 Its construction of VuiteA ,A blU for the lines between tlio cities of vf ivernmout ItoHton Jjy Mr. lm,ul?er r'V,fe't0" a"d tory of HecUon 10 of th-atimi """""da f 1S64, and Heo.ionfl of the T eTr',c?'aot laOtf, Adjourned. art of J'y 13, Dkcembeb O.-The following memo ria's were preceded mmO bo referred to committees' wl ' l roeitv treatv, an far 8 it , i ,Ca"al"" rocip- tyne materials. AIho a nienioruTl , f '"J Pacific and Atlantic ,. ' ',r 11,6 rt confess to aid those uJV'1 "fraction .f tl,..ir road Tv Mr "r tl,e" memorial of citizens of Ka'i Im KaIlt,A sio...

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 December 1874

3STO- Si THE PULASKI OITIZE1T. 1 i 1 i! ; t. i 5 t i g7r fftifoshi i1izcn By the Citizen Printing Co. Is. XV. MciCOKD, Editor And Manager. I... T. StcCOTfD, Associate, THURSDAY, : DEC'Ii 24, 1874. SCHEDULE. fiT. & D. & G. S. R. It., Decatur Divia'n Mail A Accoru. south 1 :2 lp. m. Passenger train " 10:05 p.m. Mail train north 8 :50 a. m. Express train north 8:25 p. m. Freight " " 7:38 a.m. " " south, 12:35 p.m. M. & C. It. R, Mail train east " " west AT DeCATITR. 10:38 p. 11 :52 p. JCiT Regular issue ol the Cit- jJ XiT izts next week. Adver- j&J jti? Users will please take no- jJ Jti? tice. No t'.rne for Christ- .iSJT iiT mas in country printing &0 olllces this hard year. Mr. Johiisou'f Cliattauoog Speech. As there were some typographical er rors in one of our articles last week In reference to Mr. Johnson's Chattanooga eK!ecti, we re-publish it helow with the errors corrected. The words erroneous ly printed and overlooked in tiie proof are now italicized, and it...

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 December 1874

vol. ie Pulaski Citisea. UU Citizen Printing Compav. W' McCttP itor and Manager, THURSDAY, : : DEC'Ii. 24, 1874 itves. tW A Grand Masque Ball win place at the Alamo iLuse i h riday evening, Jan. 1st. 1 Free E--,,., tomorrow mornin AIUU.1UA1IOPAKDS' Saloox. tlT TiUtn-Mlngly healthy.-Not a deal!, I reported irom our uilertaker. In a month. 'wiK.er Fresh Oysters at all hour, h, any tvle ,he Ml-iaku Guahm SaloonV t3T Ihe Pulaski Cirsnsre J n n will lueet on tl,e r8t Saturday ln Janu ary, at winch time it U specially re queated that every member be prient. CeV Christmas Toys at 2t A'ope & Gordon s. - tar In the past few weeks Mai All naii has ,1 1 stock to parti... from seven flveTtaLt!:lCC"',aDl1 UW h"w.S Free EggnoK To-morrow inorninir at Mcllioan Guards' Saloon. v5fC"aytX?.U tr of that Old LJ"'1 to get Hup! It . . . it t3T Dolls, Toys & Christmas Tricks ut i'opn & Gordon's. This has been a good winter thus lar upon stock. Maj. AUman informs Saturday.'' mre8 ,Ubled CD,J' la...

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 December 1874

yiTIOXAL FIS-ISCES. Annual Report ot the Merttry of the Treasury After tiliowing the total receipts and expen diture forth rat flVcal yes-, n-'int Juno So, 17:!. o have been fi'-S.SC'i 5iW.S9 and 4302, Klii. S7:t.7C, rewpectivfi.y, leaving a balance in tla trwnrj of l.V',731,Gi.C3, at the date rtraod. and that the net revenue were $23, 47R 75.(HJ. while the ordinary expeuaes were '.'M7.131.871.7ii. leaving a nurpliiH revenue of 2,3-41,82 30. the Recrelary nays : 'Fur the current fiscal yaa'r. judging from the actual receipt and exiendituren for the Jirwt qnartor, and from the eutimateH of tlie vame for the remaining throe-qnartor, the eftimatea b-ing baeed on the aHiiuirtioii that conirreH will not inereatte the expenditures by deficiency or other appropriations, it in ex pected that the revenues will amount to i2-H.-81H.2.W U. and that the ordinary expenses will be 27o,315,4H'j.42 : wbi-h will leave a surplus revenno of ta,0O2,7y6.57 to be appUed to tho sinking fund. "Tho aum of 31...

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. — 31 December 1874

'Zhecitize: iMcCord, Propriotor. TKaji, , uiCR,pI.1jrr:s ""ACS. 1 rr,,. - " " ToK.iiir,rf; iTsl7rt senate. Elates currency W 'i mUtiI&U Suited cities an,l .0 tion of h9 Jonu Ca Pr"W tbe r relation to U,0rlLfTu in and the of tl 0 I."'? Ux on tobacco were then submitted and reforr v "g hiU the provisions of an act I?7f,J :, E"JdiiiB settle certain aoeouutL?. t,tle''- a" to States and the elate of Milfc? - tl,e L'"iteJ states, ixixwpin ...j .......... Batp , --- e"Ke Loins and Chicago To-it ! ? , ltle" of ' orB' institute and mtJnt tljoiuveut manufaotarir ooni y iXW? P.ktont lumbia. . . .Tho cha r lai 1 . V "'strict of Co rnemorml of citise-,, of A,kaT "17,"ts ' ion of the net of ApriPlO iBa8'. fr a rcV1 tain l.rivil,...0B to i . ' 03t'"dinR cer- tl'at state for an extern mi li .11" "t"-n of claims for toe p"n o A"' ,f I,tlm 'or ,ilinK the army by lcf cuuu , , fn"hd ary states. lU,forrt(J -r '"-"n-ectio.,-the donate a commm;i;.rhec;,,airl,li'u''re a..d ask.,,- ep'eerly a,ti ,1f,lLo...

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. — 31 December 1874

VOL IS THE INTO- 52 I I I Li TTT : 'r 1 i 4 ' i : ii &ftc ZhihsM ftitizcn By the Citizen Printing Co. Ij. "V. McCOHD, Editor and Manager. Xj. I. JIcCOBD,Amoci, THURSDAY, : I) ECU 31, 1874. SCHEDULE. & IK & G. S. K- It., Decatur Dlvis'n Slail & Accom. south . . . Passenger train " Mail train north Kxprci-s "aain north .... Fright " " " " south, ... 1 :2 1p. m. 10:05 p.m. .... 8:50 a.m. 8:25 p. m. . . . 7;38a.m. ....12:35p.m. Jf. & C. It. It., at Decatur. Mail train east 10 :38 p. m. " " west 11:02 p.m. t to to Item-ember our rule is to discontinue all papers when the time paid for ex pires. We invite all of our patrons to renew at once. We alicays dislike to part with an old friend- If your time is out, come on with another two dollars, and renew for 1875. k k k k k k -' XW The dispatches say that Gen. Phil. Sheridan has been ordered to ride down to New Orleans and take command. lie ruled and ruined the people once, and now that they are struggling to rise from th...

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. — 31 December 1874

IOL. is TZEHIie FTTTjASEII CITIZElsT. L. V. McCOUI), EJitor ,J M aiiager, THURSDAY, : ; DKC'R. 31, 1874 lf ,x'.eea ored couples In GUe aettle.1 tbeu- earthly difficult!. by hu. ' " arms Christum, Jiks, try the haTmleks aiiTbeantl .m C:ow,,"o 4-OWom, at " Ul it iSTMPTt r & Wky's. - - - - EST" Ir. Edw:ir.l .... . represent-In- th WUio.,,r,ct4,ur(,jSt . U UJ .11 i a I If.in "I"!. .. a ,. . .. . ' M"or.e8, was i . ' an our friend ... .UUUUy llxl.) u- II1LI.& BAI.LEM1J5K. C3T Ve are sorryo know that our Inoud Morgan C. Fit.patrick U about to leave for Mexia, Texas, where he will probably locate. 1ST Have y..u tried any of that Obi TVT'.i? Uu,,,t get a i : tW"K.Smlth8ou,q, wa8 noioina- ted lasv Sittimlnr Templars' Christmas Tree for Mayor of ""J" u would not be a wi e selection. Endorsed as harmless by medical men 1'kakl Co.vim.kxio, Powder, at ""-it fcsCMPTKR & LaCET'8. tar Mr. Sollnsky resisted arrest by Town Countable Kichardaon last Satur day, when that official struck him...

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. — 31 December 1874

.1Y HEELER & WILSON'S EW J.O. C American I:illnc, New Vork-Jodge'i Jteporf, .ov. 14, 171. To t',e t:-nr,lo Manners: i.r.yn.i v n -Aftor a full sml Impartial fx. amui-itum f 1 5io hi 'u-Io rli-ncnl,ed, ttio uuttt-r-igLii il jmlfc'M n.u'iu the foiluwiiij; . mti-oiir (AiiBTRAfrr): Tun Ke ii)(t,'-maaliii)e No. 430 (Wheel er & Wilson's New No. C) was claimed to bo so grent tin ioproTement, loth upon tLe well-knowa family machine made by tha earao company, and upon all other sowing-maooiues, as entitled it to recognition aa a now and valuable in vention. Under these circnrastancea, an f xlren.f ly thorniih and miuute exara iuaf iuD became loth desirable and nee e sarr, not only of its novelty, but of the ekiU u,:.t worVniauKhip manifested in the fitti;;- ami luljnstmont of all its parts. Wo Lhvo rim-n from such examination with i,n ample conviction that the claim, In all its essential features, is well founded. At the commccecmcnt of onr examin ation, wo wcro rrovided with several...

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. — 7 January 1875

THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. I Ofllce XortUeast cornnr of tho 8'iuare, Vp Stair. tkhuh or m'Miirrios: 5't'LJ""" 1fAMMiwir in Advance. utu or mium toi mvuiiuimi: urae-a. l mo. Z mo. I mo. mo. li mo. I 4 ) iiu l(u 10 (0 II) Knur Miuiirt. iiiif l-.urili C'tiL I lliir.l ( ;.. tuif-nui r ci...... hi.i A IO 10 IU l: . in in n to In n) Ji UJ .) im 4U) IV a III 111 III I.' Uil I . l.f Vit ui l OC l' to e1 UC ' 75 IK lrtl "a u 1JU lai I 141 il I II !." IM M '10 4 lJ a, iu The Senate nuance Kill. Tho following is the text of the finance bill which recently passed the senate : lie it enacted, etc., That tLe secretary of the treasury iB hereby authorized and required, as rapidly as practical, to cause to bo coined at the mints of the United States silver corns of denomina tions of 10, 25, and CO cents of stand ard value, and to issue them in redemp tion of an equal number acd amount of fractional currency of similar denom inations, or, at Lin dincretion, be may itHtie such bilvtr coiu...

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. — 7 January 1875

YOL 17 J4 O. 1 TIKIS "PTTT , A SrPTT oxTzsisTsr- 7' zhhshi PHftsen By tTte Citizen 2rin.ting Co. Tj. V. MoCOKD, Eilitor and Manager. L. X). MoCOKD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : JAXT. 7, 1875. SCHEDULE. tf. fc D. & G. S. R. It., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Accoin. south 1:2 If. m. Passenger train " 10:05 p.m. Mail train north 8 :50 a. m. Express j-ain north 8:'i5 p. m. Freight " " 7:33 a.m. " " south, 12:35 p.m. M. !t C. It. K- Mail train east " " west at Decatur. 10:38 p. m. 11 :52 p. M. A New Year's Call. Among your other new year callers, leader, conies the Citizen, greeting. And to every household into which it may come it carries with It the good wishes of its editors. To some of you it may be the last call, not that It is go ing to die, for we have even anticipated the eventual demise of its present pro prietor and provided lor its continuance thereafter; but the hard times will com pel us to be very rigid in the enforce ment of our cash rule, and some of you, we fear, will negl...

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. — 7 January 1875

T3i p YOL. 17 INTO. 1 Cilia luasitt i 'tti:-n Printing f.'vm ! n. L. W. I- OKI). Editor and Manager, THURSDAY, : JAXT. 7, 1875 Our Lrnnville con eioiidcnci is unavoidably deferred. York prices at the. New York It. t-ri S 3?" iler. Uoenau Sc Lovenimi ! ni.ikn a ni-w announcement to-ilay vt liii-h t ill attract attention, and ouj;lit I ! ;i ttr.n l many buyers. We are indebted to Hon. VV ,'. Wtiiil home for tli regular appearance uiMin our table of tho Congressioiml J.eci.j.l. I.a1.ik-(, try the harmless mid beauti- till fKAKL (JoMTLKXIOX l'oV IjKK, at I31-.it Siimitkk A J.acicy's. We congratulate the County Court upon its selection of county olli cinU last Monday. The selections were all gi, though there were other aspi rant entally meritorious. 2 caeca of Kligiint Sideband prints just receiver! nt the New York Stre. 55" A very large, number of citizen were in town la.-l Monday, and not withstanding it was cold enough to taUe on m little warm benzine, we did not heur of a finale arre...

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