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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 7 January 1875

CONG 11ESSIONAL. SENATE. "Dr.f embkr 22. Mr. Scott presenter! the memorial of the board of conuutenioiir rs appointed by the governors of seven ntato, to tako ntopo for tlio improvement of tlio Ohio rivor and ita tributaries, and calling tlio attontion of coiif;re to the importanco of making an appropriation for micli improve ment. Ilpfnrro.1. Mr. Lewi prnsnntod a nnimnrin.1 or tho c!nrf,'yni-n in the intrict of Columbia, asking tiist church propel ty l.o eiempt from taxation. lteforred . . . . Mr. Hhernian moved that tl:e Heimte proceed to tlio cuiinidratioii of the bill to provide for the rnumptiou of cpocio ptjiuputn. After a lengthy dixcutotion tlio bill was xuHod yi'ati 32, uaya H. .. .Aftor an executive eoatuou tho aonatu adjourned. DitcEMDKit 23. Tho vice-president bcinn absent, the nona'e proceeded to i.-.c-t a proiiiiluiit pro tern. Mr. Anthony unmiiiaied . Matthew II. Carpenter, and Mr. Slovetm n nominated A. O. Tltnrrnnn. Tho voto bums taken, rorulted: Carpentor. 33 ; Thu...

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. — 14 January 1875

THE CITIZEN, X LOOK! 2: TLe pencil marks yoa see around thia paragraph (thus) mean that your bud scriptior is out or unpaid, and that you are requested to pay up fit or.ce Wa would take great pleasure in est ozid ing credit to our friends and patrons, but cash alone will pay expends, and we site forced to adhere to a strict en-sb. rale. Wd hope you will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of sueh a course, and renew your subscript ioa without delay. We solicit your favor. f-W We enter no new names on our books without the money in ti r' re. L. W. McCorJ, Proprietor. mm Ofiice N u'LiaBt corner of Hit-Sijuara, Up BUJr. tki;u' or m-imcriptiox: . "r Aitiium, In Adranu. i HATH OK I-UICEH OH ADVK11TUIXO: M-ACTE. I uio. 2 mo. J mo. mo. J 2 mo. Ot;;- m-;ftr 'I m , ni.ttit-it TIui-h Hqiiiirt.-: I ".ir -"(.lar,1-. I' .,- r.uilli fi.l.. ' lliiril ( oi.... I III! I . .ll I - so 4 i tut) t a oo to (B i il li i"l i- ul in en) lj 00 I'l 111 It OO h ID in III In i") I S K) "ii 00 tjn U) U IX) V...

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. — 14 January 1875

YOL U7 THE CITIZSIT - a v ittthshi (&tizcn By the Citizen Printing Co. J-i. "W. TkloCORD, Editor and Manager. I). MoCOIlD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : JAN'Y. 14, 1875. SCHEDULE. & D. & G. S. It. It., Decatur Divia'n Hall & Accom. south . . Passenger train " Mail train north Express .rain north ... Freight " " " " south,.... M. & C. It. Mail train ca.-t. . . " " west . .1:2 1p. M. ..10:05 p.m. . 8:50 a.m. . .8:23 p. m. . . .7:33 A.M. ..12:35 P.M. .10 :33 p. m. . 11 :52 P. M. La.-it Saturday was a good day to buy thermometers. They were so low. Tho Chattanooga Times gave its read era the Governor's Message twelve hours In advance or t lie JSashville dailies. It Is rumored that at least three mem Iters of the cabinet disagree with Grant on the Louisiana infamy, and it is thought some of them may resign Fish, XirUtow and Jewell. Where is Ilobbs? lie baa refused to appear before the committee investigat ing the Comptrollers!!! mystery, and an attachment lifts been issued...

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. — 14 January 1875

TOL. 17 ? i'itixrn 1'rintiny Vatjtjmtty. I.. W. .McCOUlJ, KJitur ami Mumifrer, TIU ItsDW, : JAX'Y. 14, 1875. llnj New York Wo: big 1 itiuu ia :ul vertUeu on the outside of this paper, I. ut it- bitter partis.tu bias u;aiit the r-oiiiiiern pooide couipelii u to whtii our r ud-rs aaint it. "Kor Fresh Meal and Flour, call t vv. li. t raig V t o s. it i ii cnait;inK)a iwte says Alesar Needles ami Walker have contracted with Mei. Websierand Maika of Utal iur the. buiMinir of tin' machiri ciy lor 1'uU-kl, and that it will be ready l -hip in u lew d ijh. ESSi'Kars, CoUiea, ( .uiui 1 Goods, Jsoou, mkws. ilc, clieapui tii.tn Hiiy bo.lv, for tln money, at W . li. t,Tui & t''. It '1 h election for Ahlerun-u ol Pulaski I art Saturday, resulted in the election of 11. M. Stanly, J no. W. Dyer, Dr. J. A Suinpter, J. 1j. Hill, J. L. I "care A", II. C i'row and Ju. II. .larkou. SriX'lAL SO'J ICE. Those who sire indebted to mo by note or account, are reijue.sted to call and set tle immediately, 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. — 14 January 1875

FARM AND GARDEN. Feeding Cattle ana Hog Together. A correspondent of Bk. Ilenry, Ohio, in the Western Rnral, replies to the in quiry, What ails our cattle ?" as fol lows : "A farmer near thi3 place kad also a queer disease in his cattle ; and as he oolveil it at last, I will tell yon what the people thonglit it was. Mr. Ii., of this plr.ee, hud a let of cattle, and he also fod them in the Fame yard with some hogs, and they (the cattle) died one after another, until an old farmer told Mr. It. not to feed his cattle arid hogs together in the same plnce. Mr. li. peparattd the hogs and cuttle and that stopped the diocuse. K.ll ana Nprtng Nuinrlnx. A writer in the Garden argaes that if lan 1 has clay enough to retain jnarial particles, xouuure ioes Lest applied in anttimn ; bnt if f anrly and open, t gar dener or farmer had better delay the application of irnt' ure till nearly plant ing time in "the spring. For garden purposes all manure had better bo rot ted before it is nsed, and it is...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 14 January 1875

CITIZEN SUPPLEMENT. ' VOL. XVII. Pulas'J Tennessee, January 14tli, 1875. So. 2. mjAket review. u DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. " AlUSotton Goods are now very low in fact lower than before since the war and in some cases than be fore the war. Woolen goods too, have reached a very low figure. If cotton advances the price of goods . j . u6i up aiso; mereiore you would run no risk in laving in what vou want now, as prices certainly cannot go lower. BOOTS AND SHOES. Manufacturers are holding Boots fe Shoes at full prices, and there is no reasonable prospect of a de- dine. Owing to our having a very large stock of heavy winter goods on hand and being anxious to re alize on them we are offering desi rable goods at very low prices. See price list Boots fc Shoes, Hats fe Caps. There is no change in Eastery markets, but being anxious to make room for the new Spring styles we are offering extraordinary inducements to buyers. CLOTHING AND LADIiS' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. The general market in clot...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 14 January 1875

O.Prs-AR a"M AVt'RS. A' Kentucky" farmer writes: ':i liave ecn frequent inquiries" 7iow to '-'reclaim "old .'an. I worn lands. A .juic'; and cheap plan is to sow the land fiii oats its early as'jou can in the .Spring; as soon as ripe plow under; keep off all stock, and you will ha vu a tremen dous Fall growth of oats; plow them under in October, or, if South, the first of November, then sow rye, graze in the Spring and feed down; when ripe plow under, and you will see one of the finest rye fields you ever saw; or, if you wish, sow clover on the rye the first spring; it is very effectual and cheap. 1 saw the above tried in Tennessee when n boy; the land was so worn that the oats diil not exceed knee-high; they j were plowed undev when ripe ami again in November." The land was planted in corn the next year and made a large 3-icKI ; it was "before the days of clover. -I .have tried it. repeatedly since with good success.", ,-Tiie Machine Shop U.a means of educating men in certain lines...

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. — 21 January 1875

til . . THE CITISSN. WWW L: W.'ilcdord, Proprietor. OfBca Northeast comer of the Square, Up Blaira. I 6. r i ri n or tumciiraoi: avo Oollar lr Aniittm, lu A.I vauga. KATU O Wen FOB UTUIIUM1 ' 1 nio. I mo. t mo. ma 12 in. iii Kfiit J ft) f 4 in 00 ft 00 110 00 1 stiuurfA ui 8HI hill 111 ftt -Hiiv Yhni, aiiiart-3.. e, ij 8 Four miiutrc-. .. 6 ui lo u Otip-r,.ui 111 ( In li ." in, tn.' llmiS l i.i ; i m 3 u; n-i nlf t i, , t, On. -..1 u, i,i 1(1 Hi 12 111 ! IU mi i IU ii ao is IU 19 00 ;& at 4fi or tMI IK 75 ut 25 UU 4 t VOLUME XVII. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1S75. in, uo isa a NUMBER 3. rum y r --. -r , JW w I , i II n t i WW THE CAPTAIN 0? THE N0ETHTLEET. BY GUULD I1AMUET. Ho nftn is tha proud dpd dona By men like thin at dnty'a call ; Bo n.any ar the booon wou Ily Uictu, we cannot wee them all They make the berolc com moo place, And ilylii thin the natural way; Ye it la our world-wide KnRlith race Euuouled by that deatb, to-day I it hrinm the thonehta that fatbom...

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. — 21 January 1875

"VOL 17 i i i i zs cn ptjIjASk:i CITISST. isro. 3 By the Citizen Printing Co. Xj. "W. McCOKD, Editor and Manager. L. 33. MoCORD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : JAN'Y. 21, 1875. SCHEDULE. H. &D. & G. tJ. K. It., Decatur Dlvls'n Mail & Accom. south Passenger train " Mail truin north ...... Kitpress train north . Freight " " .. " " south,... .1:2 It. it. .10:05 p.m. , 8:60 A. m. .8:25 p. if. . .7:38a.M. .12:35 P.M. M. & C. R. K., at Dkcatcr. Mail train east 10 :38 P. M. " " west 11:52 p.m. The Senatorship. The hist ballot before the adjournment yesterday evening stood, Johnson 31, Brown 17, Stevens IS.Bate 15, the balance scattering. It is la impossible to tell what the re suit will be, except we confidently be. 11 eve that It is impossible to elect An drew Johnson. Bargain and Corruption. There are vague conjectures afloat that certain aspirants for the Senator ship are trying to bargain away their present uotibiiui cuances to certain other aspirants for promises of support ...

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. — 21 January 1875

VOL. 17 Pulasiii Citizen. Jy Citizen Printing Company. L. W. McCORD, Editor and Manner. THURSDAY, : JAX'Y. 21, 1875 Zff' The election for Mayor and uruc-r Ikc8 lauu next Saturday nijjlit t3SrTlurn laj-,2th Jaii'y all tin; la.li..- me rcqtii-Kteil to cull a( inlnii a Jew lryuor. ijul-.a of China Goods ami Mru-y artlclfu. 2(tjaii2t. - For Sale. A muhII coal stove, and a email wood rfr. Much lew than Cort. It. XV. K. Joxkh. tyi'nif Ilall'i d:llniiii r!idoti)y next door to the Citikkn ottf.-.-, k . thing lively nrouml here nights. I,ali-K. Do not Jail to attend the sal.) of Fanov C! ina Joodi, on 'i'hursday, 23tli Jiin'y i. i uiHiiip s jeweiry tjiore. lanUlt. tlf'llcv. V. M. K-l.inson will preach at t. V ( huri'h, in 1I1U pl:it-t-,on ueii .-5aoiatii morning ana evening. nT"Our ever welcome young friend. into. iuciianiAon, lias been In tow n a uay or two. V e are a I way K'"d when become, and sorry when he leave. Notice. We have waited an lon as we can We must, have money and will not wa...

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. — 21 January 1875

CONGRESSIONAL. In tbe Senate, on the Cth, Mr. Tratt submitted a reaolntion instructing the commit tee on pensions to Inquire Into the expediency of extending tbe benefit of the pension laws to volunteers tn the United State army, who ware wounded in replhnit the raid n't John Morpan in Indiara, in 1MC3. Agreed to The senate resumed tlie conideratinn of the resolution submitted vewterday bT Mr. Thnr man, in regard to h Louisiana trouble, the pending qnr stion Wnir on the motion of Mc. Conkling, to insert tlie words. " if not incom patible with tlie public interests." After con siderable sparring between members, the sen ate a'ljntimed. In the IIouho, on tbe Cth, Mr. Lamar presented a remonstrance of the people of Arkansas against tho Invasion of their rieht of se!f-gnvnim'nt. Referred llr. Mc- Donpal, ftora thn rornn ittee on military affair, reported a bill flxinc the adjntant f?en- eralV depart niMifc of the army. Tanned Mr. Hawkins iti'rodivorl a bi'l to reduce the internal revenu...

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. — 28 January 1875

LOOK! The pencil marks you see around thia paragraph (thus) mean that your sub scription is out or unpaid, and that you are requested to pay up at once. We would take great pleasure iu extend ing credit to our friends and patrons, but cash alone will pay cxpenKt-s, and we tie forced to adhere to a btrirt cash rule. We hope you will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of such a oonrse, and renew your snbscriptioii without delay. We solicit your favor. 3T We enter no new names on our books without the monev in a-lr i' ce. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. OlSce Northeaat coruor of the Square, Up 8tlra, tkuhs or BCBKcmmox: Two Dollar er Aiinnm, in A d nnu. rates or ruiccs rua AorcBTuua: pack. 1 mo. 2 mo. mo. (ma lime. One r"ar. J 2 60 4 m S (JO f I 00 10 uo tuiiinroft 4 till nl . i.i ii fui on m Two tMHinra 4 ll I1 h 111 10 ou 20 00 l no Tin -e miiiarcs.... IUII1III... A tO ft ml lii in I.' ill I.i (i At uii 8 14) 10 IJU I ' mi IS l 'Jii i ii I4J 10 Ou I 'J ll I" IO Jl lJ '-'; Ui 4U Uj 12 ...

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. — 28 January 1875

YOL IV THE PULASKI g7r iJnhshi (fotizcn By the Citizen Printing Co. Tu. "V. JIcCOnD, Editor and Manager. Ij- 3D. McCOliD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : JAN'Y. 28, 1875. SCHEDULE. H. & D. & O. S. B I:., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Accom. south Passenger train 44 Mail truiu north JExpresii .raln north . Freight 44 44 44 44 south,... 1 :2 lp. m. 10 :05 p. M. 8:50 a. M. 8:25 p. M. .. ..7:38a.M. 12:35 p.m. M. & C. It. at Decatur. Mail train east 10 :3S p. m. 44 " west 11:52 p.m. The election of Ex-President Andrew Johnson to a scat io the Senate of the United States will create a profound impression throughout the whole coun try, North and South. That this elec tion should have occurred at the hands of the present General Assembly, will startle the people of the State. Jn the late canvass which resulted in the elec tion of the present General Assembly. Mr. Johnson was the only disturbing element in the struggle with liadical- lsm. To effect his personal ends he can vassed the State...

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. — 28 January 1875

YOL. 17 Pulaski UitLzon. , fHtizen Prtfttiny 'nnpuu I.. W. M ..) If I . rMitr ami Manager, I'MfRSDAV JAV1'.. is:; .-ft 'Tin! !i:l'e.aive wall ill the Crow 1 -n i I. : i ri is tx-iiii; tnkcn down to Jx re ! u.lr. If loiijr ln liiii;rTou-. iTf 'I'll lleXI Ml-i.HI of Colli. llf-ri.- ll.-Xt MollililV. UiU. . .- ,, . - Giles (loll-.;?. Keinoiiiie-r jatrJKH i?T" Tli "Mniifylc.-is !ti" u indeed ii t in. Inn h'iviur tiiiiiiii-! It lir-to-lor--, ililiiif. JCt were n nnN-.l -j - by flit 1st of .fanning , anl we tint '-n't "t If y t. Why thirt.l, luy ? l'upils i itiT.-l next M.-ixliiy at Gilei l'ollej will li.ive immensely tne ailvau t i(fe ( tlioHi- tntertMl later. jun281t Lo not fail to attend the tiale of Fancy Cliitin and other :. d., this morning at 0 o'clock. nt Wiuxhin Jewelry more. t:tlll!ril! it in very iiiixrtaiit that pupil? he en tered ut Giles (Jolltjr. the lirsf. of the "-don. Tli -sioii Iin8 next .Mon day. ji-n2Slt Found. A ?old hr.icelet tir-r Dr. Stout'a place on the Klkton p'...

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. — 28 January 1875

CONGRESSIONAL. In the Senate, on the 12th. the com mittee on finance reported favorably on house bill declaratory of the nineteenth roetion of the act of 1874. to amend the customs revenue '" and ta reneal tmitie PaBod. . . .Mr Scott, rrom the coramittoe on finance, re ported, wth amendmet.tH. tioneehill to amend the national batik act. nl Ciincr the compen sation of national bank eminer, Placed on the calendar Mr. Wricut called up honHe bill to abolish the weeteni dis'riet of ArkaiiBKH, and Hnbiuitted an amendment in the nature of a anlwtit'ite, which wss aRreed to and the bill panned The nnfliiiHlird bufi- iipbb. being the resolution of Mr. Scliurz. iu ftrnc'inu the jndiciary enmmittee to iiiqtiiie what lc'ixla'ion by coni,"-e in recosearv to necute to t)ie people of I.ouiHiana their Tight of Hclf povernmont under the cotmtitntion. and report with the loaMt pnil.le delay by t'ill or otlierwine, wan then ra-umn:!. 'After an executive H.j-nior, the eonate adjourned. In the Oou-e, 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. — 4 February 1875

THE CITIZEN, L. W. McOord, Proprietor. Office Nortlieant corner of the Squire, Up Slain. TIH1IM o BUBHCSimON: Two Dollara per Annum, In Ailrmct. katiui or mice run isruiTuijiai ir ack, i mo. 2 ma. s mo. 6 moi 12 mo. 'In Bfj i n r Two Hiiur(i Ttiri-a !MiiHre3.. I our h imrir Jin--fi.ni I h C nl. n- llilnl ( ii!.. lM.f-l.i4il (lil ". .'..I ... f2SO f I) 600 8 00 1 10 00 4 ("I ft (I) (I) 10 ! Wl m 6 t 10 ( 12 00 IS 00 12 00 16 00 2f. 00 30 (U 4 ) K, 00 10 00 l.i (u 11 Ul jo t o . 44) 26 (JO 40 00 Us -JO 76 1U Jf 111 () i iii 1 to VOLUME XVII. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1S75. 4U (U NUMBER 5. ff if I MU THE MONEYLESS MAW. I there no place on flip f-.o of the earth Wlnre charity lwn!M!i, hr ro virtu Lu btrtuf Where Ixmouis in klndii'.'HH and mercy wilt heave. And the poor and the wretched aha'J auk a ad receive ? I there no place on earth where a knock from the poor Will brinff a kind anpi-1 to open the door ? Ah 1 search the wide world wherever you can There in no open, du...

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. — 4 February 1875

"VOL 17 PULASKI CITISS1T. lJO. g 1 fghc gttfashi Citizen By the Citizen Printing Co. L- AV. ISIcCOIir), Kditor and Manager. Xj. X. MeCORD. Associate, THURSDAY, : : FEIi'Y. 4, 1875. SCHEDULE. fT. & D. & G. S. R It., Decatur Divia'n Mail & Accom. south . l'aKHenrftr train " Mail train north , Express train north . . Freight " " .. " " south,... .1:2 1p. M. .10 :05 p.m. . 8 :50 a. M. . .8:25 p. lit . .7:38 a.m. ..12:35 p.m. M. & C. It. It., at Decatur. Mail train east 10 :3S P. m. " " w est 11:52 p. M. Gov. Itruwu and Geii. Bate. AVe have watched closely our State exchanges since the election of Mr. Johnson to the U. 8. Senate and find as a general tiling that those who were bitterly oposed to his election acqui esce now like whipped rebels and Ding liim a few left-handed verses of praise. Some of tln'in have the manhood to say now what they said before of him, and to renounce and denounce his election. What we have been looking for is, to nee to what cause they would a...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 4 February 1875

TOL. 17 nsro. 5 uiaslii Citlzeu. ' Citizen I'rinting (Utmpanip. i.. W. MHOKD, Editor and Maimer, -flll'RSDAY, : FEBT. 1S7.". goal Jttt. ; Mr. T. It. Iturie i N authorized to receive and rwipt for 8uhK:riiitloiis to the Citizen in Giles tviiiity. ' Mr. J. Cai. J.ainb-tb. wcs in the city Monday. i Z?"Tu club BMit3 who ill send us twenty mi Ii-cHIm-i w ut $1 00 each, we will ci-iid the Cm F.N frc- "; yj:ir. . We will Blwuys Ji.-iv on hand a tivsii supply of Family (inwt-i i- s at the low!t rash price. VV. li. Ckaio & Co. Iff:h2t I I5f To any and ;very person w ho will ') irijj us five new mihHoribers and ten liollnrs, we will send thp Citizen free. t3 We call parti"ular nttention to tii- stock ff lry Coots, Shoes iunl Hat we tiuve on hmol. We wish to close t!i. m out mid olVi-r in lin tii'tit J to all who will come with t'e money. 4let2t W. K.Ckaiu Si Co. CWClub aents who have partial elubrt made up should Hend in tlie names ami money already on li mil, and let the piper ftart. Clu...

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. — 4 February 1875

JUL CONGRESSIONAL. In the Senate, on the 19th, Mr. Wright reported adTersely on senate bill to amend and re-enact section 41 of the act to roduoe intam&l taxes, approved June 6, 1872, and it wan indefinitely postponed. . . .Mr. Sher man from the committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two notices npon house bill to amend the exitinf customs and internal revenue lawn and for other pnrpot-es, made a report which wa read and aprec-d to. Y,''n8 senate retmmed the ooiiRideration of the legislative, judicial and executive appropri ation biil. The pending amendment, being to strike ont the first part of the amendment proposed by the committee, whi. h provided lor the organization of the bureau of com merce and statistics, etc-., was agreed to. Mr. Edmunds movfd tne following amend ment ; And it shall be the duty of the direc tor of the bureau of statistics to gather, col late, and annually report to the secretary of the treasnrv, for transmission to congrees. statistics...

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. — 11 February 1875

THE CITIZEN. X LOOM! L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office Northeast comer of the Square, TJp Slaira. TKI1UV or KL'KOCKirTIOX: Two Oollara pt-r Annum, tn Ail ranee. itATiui or I'uil'mji rou AuvKuruuia; arACK. 1 mo. 2 uio. S uhk 6 maw 13 mo. 1 2 M l U) 800 19 10 4 to S 10 I- ul 10 00 20 00 II IU 8 10 10 01 li 00 II 00 ft IU IUUI i ijO 15 l) ?b 00 l'l III ." Ifc H lo UJ 40 00 IJ ill IX 'J I iu JW (O 60 1 ll ill I II i.. Ul 4 U 74 I 'ii ui xi it) 4u L0 a, uu loo -j 'I AO ftll--a T lm- 4(uurwi.. 1 utir mitiiiri?-...... n.--1". I Hi llnr.t t il 'i.-.,kir i iii mm .u.l...... VOLUME XVII. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1S75. NUMBER G. iff U, I J i I : EVA TU0HILL Who'i not hraril of Eva TiiohlU, Munali-r'i inrmt, proudrnt Jawi-1, Qureu nf Llttirick'B lovo!y maidKliii, t'nrk coilntiim, and 0lwy y Iris Villi lirr aleuih-r nUie tint utrimniiu' Like a awan iiiiiuk tlie women. With In r vnlce of cllvi-r ciil'-ncf-, uii bur croau of clustering curia T Eva Tunlilll, Eva Taohill ! Kure you'...

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