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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 11 February 1875

VOL 17 By the Citizen Printing Co. W. JNIcCOItr), Editor and Manager. L. D. McCOIiD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : FEB'Y. 11, 1875. SCHEDULE. & D. & G. S. P. R., Decatur Divls'n Mall fc Accom. south 1 :2 1p. m. Passenger train " 10:05 p.m. Mail train north 8 :50 A. M. Express -r;iin north 8 :25 p. M. Freight " " ...7:33 a.m. " " south 12:35 P.M. M. & C. II. K . - . w..n Mail train cat-t. " " west 1U:3S P. M. 11 :52 P. M. E5F The Legislature must not mistake the clamor of the people for retrench ment as a eliinior for repudiation. The one is just the reverse of ttie other They want retrenchment to save the State from bankruptcy and repudiation. Mr. Ilead's hill providing tor a hoard ol commissioners and a fund to buy up the Statu bonds In the market, coupled with his resolution declaring that the tax must he reduced from 40 to 25 cents, looks like a preconceived purpose to de preciate the credit of the State in order that the bonds may be bought In at re duced rates. This woul...

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. — 11 February 1875

f ? - - - - . Ua . - . unw i im in VOL. 17 2sTO e :j Citizen Printing Vompuny. .. U McCOliD, Editor and Manager, illlRSDAY, : FER'Y. 11, 1875 tff What phase ol the sun does an mJiht exemplify F 'K-clipse. fiT" Alut two inches of snow fell la-t .S ilunUy oilit. KyTo eluh ugeuu who will semi u tvvvnlv subscriiM-is ut 1 60 each, we w ill ariid the t 'iti.kn free one yer. lied, White and Yellow Onion Sets and Tp iu quantity ut 1 U'2i l'oi'K & Gordon's. CJT The foundation of the new flour ing mill U tx-iijjr huilt in re.ir of the CinzKN otlice. Only $2 a year. tT" I'intrhback stili howls for that si-ut. They might snd him on a Pinch Ltai'k to hix old ocat in the penitentiary I'd, White and Yellow Onion Setd and Tops in quautitv at 1 H2t l'oi-K & Uordon'b. tlTo any and every person w ho will bring us live :it-w aubsuribers and ten dollars, we will send the Citi.kn free Cjf" The lteiut'ii entailineut, like the tail in the tale of tint Luvengood's shirt, will skin every son of a gun...

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. — 11 February 1875

CONGRESSIONAL. In the Senate, on the 2ftb, the chair laid before the senate a raetugo from the president tranismiuing a report of the coru mi scion of engineers appointed to investigate and report a permanent plan for the reclama tion of the alluvial banin of tLo MiHHia-iippt. Referred to the committee on transportation rontos. and ord.-red tlmt ten thousand extra copies be tiriue.1.... After introducing a num ber of til;, and pptitioim. bnoiness on the caleudar was taken up and tlie following; bills were die) ohchI of : B. nato bill to faciliate the di-pawitien of canes in ti e enj rems court of the United Htatis and fur other purposes. Pushed. 'J he boneo bill to amend the twenty-third paragraph of ecctioa 3 of the act to regulate the f. o and cneta to be al'.owo 1 mir thuls and ait.rrney of the circuit and di-triot court of the Ui ited Htatos. approved Fob. 2f. 18S3. I'aH' d The bill to wind up tun affairs of the Freednian's Lank was rermrted and :iicuBo.l, but wont over i'hout a...

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. — 18 February 1875

THE CITIZEN, X LOOK! X The pencil marks you see around this paragraph (thus) mean that your sub scriptior is out or unpaid, and that you are requested to p.iy up at once. We would take great pleasure in extend ing credit to our friends and patrons, but cash alone will pay expenses, and we aro forced to adhere to a strict cash rule. We hope yon will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of such a course, and renew your subscription without ilclny. Wo solicit your favor. SiT We enter no new names on our books without the nionev in d-i ce L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Offlce N.rtlict conu-rof the Square, Up Slairs. TKitua of ii'M iurtiox: Two Hollars icr Annum, in Advance. Haiku or ruicm run mvunuiiai kpack. 1 mo. 2 wo. mo. 6 mo. 12 ids. iip ruir. f iv) ( i m 6 up a oo io e 'I II mi 1 1 II I 4 lm I It 111 111 III 111 i ir 'I II Hil llll I lJk.. Tlin-f HijiKirH. I- our iiiki . .. i "i.- f.-i i Mi ti. " lb nl 1. 1.... H.f-l l l I nl I" - 4 4 I 6 Ul HI "1 A I k i !" i I.' i k io In iU I , I...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 18 February 1875

V 4 i i i "f ' I i! THE ptjXjAsezi crrizEisr. :TO. 7 7 gfnfashi Cfeiiiscn By the Citizen Printing Co. X. "W. 3VIoCOItD, Editor and Manager. L. r. McCOBD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : FEB'Y. 18, 1875. SCHEDULE, tf. & D. & G. S. R. 11., Decatur Divla'n Mail & Accom. south l'assenpcr train " . Mail train north Express xain north . Freight " " " " south,... . 1:2 1p. m. .10 :05 p.m. . 8 :f0 a. M, . .8:25 p. M. . .7:8 a. m, ..12:35 p.m. M. & C. R. R., at Decatur. Mail train east 10 :3S p. M. " " west 11 :52 p. M, C3T" Elsewhere we publish two arti cles from the Memphis Ledger, a bold, outspoken democratic paper, which we have reanon to believe speaks the senti mentsnl the West Tennessee democracy, notwithstanding the contradictory ac tion of some of her representatives in the late Senatorial contest. The Nash ville and other papers professing to be democratic, are publishing extracts from various sources purporting to give fiublic sentiment on this question, but t is notewort...

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. — 18 February 1875

YOL. 17 PuXasXd Citizen. fj Citizen Printing Company. ' .. W. McCOHD, Editor and Manager, THURSDAY, : FEB'Y. IS, lit. lluv. IJUhop (uiut.ird will piw.ch at tli u Church ol (lie Messiah next Kahlath morning at the uoual hour. ; J3f" White, Ked and Yellow Onion Setts nt .Sum pter A I.acey's. febls-2t ZiT The wall of the Malone build Iiirf are lein taken down to he rebuilt Vow iri the tiuie to correct the punctu ation in "Malone lilock." tW Million of robins swarm in th liui'keifl xoutli or town, and they are killed by the hundreds every night by mi ii ami boys with sticks. Our terms no accounts. febl8-3t are Cash oiil'. We keep J. II. l.NMA.V A Co. t"3T" We are invited, by n compliment ol our young friend cie'. F. Woodrinr, to attend the Commencement .Exercises id the Medical llepartment of Central University at Koiusville on the 2th. tW The best bale of cotton this sea son was houht by Mr. Crow Tuesday in.m All. W. i. Wilkerson lor 13.80 cent. Jt was classed good middling, and was gi...

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. — 18 February 1875

TtllT MYMERiOLS BOOK. vaudalnni Memoir, of Kins UtoTg the ottrtnA. Utg Literary peculation In Pi-os pert. From tli 8t. Xjonla KfptihliciD. About two weeks sinee an offer of one thousand dollars in gold was pnblicly made for the prodac'.ion tf a book de tailing the secret history of certain members of tha royal family of Ecg lan J. We regarded, .thia at the time aa a clap-trap advertisement, which referrea to a book written by Lviy Ilamilton and published secretly in London about 1830, and that in consequence of this BenBation produced by tho Greville memories, it wss intended to issno a large addition of the Ilirailton book, for which the flaming cfier of a thou-': sand dollars was intended as a prelimin ary puff. The lengthy associated press telegram from Louisville, informing the public at considerable expense to our selves that the book had been found in the possession of a youDg lawyer there, con6rrxiA our previons opinion. The book thus introduced with a grand flourish is calle...

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. — 25 February 1875

THE CITIZEN, L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Offlc Xortlirtst comer of tlieBqitars, Dp St&lr. X LOOK! X The pencil marks yon see around thi paragraph (thus) mean that yonr t l' j scriptior is ont or nopv-il. a-i you are request! to pay np hi mi.--We wonld take grt-at pl-aMiir iu i-xti-iu. ing credit to our friends nn.l pn.r.-n but cash alone will pnv 'ins.s, i-.n we are forced to adhere to a strict -.i--! rule. We hope you will compreheui' and appreciate the necessity of suth a course, and renew your subscription without delay. We solicit yonr favor. tB We enter no new names on our book without the mor-v in ikIt n or aoBMCttirTiox: Two lollir per Ammm, In Advance. BATkJt or rnictji rat advkjxtmino: f;i. S 'J A f i M U u ill ! hac'K. 1 mo. 2 ino. .S mo. 6 ma J2mo. On -!"" . t I Ml in I u ( t 00 I 10 00 Two li u ar.- i CO (III r Ul 10 lJ 3 00 1 lire inr. ki 8 141 10 III i; no u 00 l-'our M(iinrt-. fell) III IO 12 ml Ill '5 00 Oli-r.illi 111 Oil. in III Ml h IU 2ft 00 41100 tine lliml ( ...

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. — 25 February 1875

KTO 8 YOL 17 TKIKI IrPTTXj.A.SIKllL' CITIZB1T. t ! 1 i ; i i ) i j 1 - fghc gtnhshi Citizen lly the Citizen Printing Co. AV. McCOi'tD, Editor and MunaKCr. L. r. IVIcC01tT, Asfcociatc, TUUIISDAY, : : FEH'Y. 25, 1875. SCIIKDULI3. ff . & I). & O. S. It. li., Decatur Divld'n Mull & Accoin. south 1 :2 lr. l'usrtelitfer train " 10:05r. Mail train north 8:50. Kxpross U-uin north 8:25 v. Freight " " 7::Wa. " south, 12:33 r. M. & C. U. Mall train cast. . " " west , It., AT DKCATUR. 10:3S p. i. 11 :52 p. m. A resolution rcqueittinir, tha Legislature to repeal the Conventional Iutcroht law, wasdo fcatod in tlio (state Grange the other day. We will publish the proceedings of the State. Grange, hold in Knoxville last week, in our next iuo. Thoy ore very interesting If democratic Senators can only creato a cluail lock In tlio U. S. Senate anil defeat the Civil Rights bill, tho pooplo will cull them blcasod. Tho New York I'ont says lion. Jefferson Duvih in expcted to deliver an ora...

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. — 25 February 1875

! 1 TOL. 17 THE TTXjJSISZX CITIZE1T. 3STO. 8 ulasld Citizen. Citizen I'riutiny Company. V. McCOKD, Alitor and Malinger, THURSDAY, : FKB'V. 25,1873. goal Qtv$. Zift Corporation lju-in;8s is ilnll. - - A . W. Judd makes all the latest styles of l'ictures. It. . 1'ifT Monday's weather was as beaut i- lul as n dream, 1 uerniay's as wet ad a luill-ilaiii, and yesterday's mixed. It' yii want Cost cull on " It. a tine pair of Boots at W. K. Ckaig & Co. IV Judge I;an will please not fail to consider ti very thankful for many ttnd continued favor). Wnteln'8, Clocks, Jewelry and Silver Wure at very low prices for tin cash, vt 2c VViNsinp'a Jkwki.kv IStobe. l'oliceuiHn John Kiddle arrested a ne gro one Jay last week for whom n re ward of $50 was offered. He was guilty of robbing store in Athens, Ala. - Tml J railed the Iluhy Tomer. all llie children tor Pictures. Bring It. Car If Messrs. A. C. Irvine & Co. hitpt-n't got a rieh gold mine, they can Diakt; a tew dollars of your greenback ...

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. — 25 February 1875

"IP." If fc could come, to-day, to-day, to-day, O, what a day to-day would be ! But now he'a away, miles and milca away, I'rom tut across the sea. O, little bird flylog, flylug, fljlng To your neat In the. warm west. Tell him aa you pa l that I am dylDg, As you pass home to your neat. I have a sister, I have a brother, a faithful hound, a tame white dove ; But I had another, onoe I had another, And I mlaa him, my love, my love 1 In thU weary world It l ao eold, ao cold, While i .it here all alone ; I would not l.ke to wait and to grow old, But Just be dead and gone. Make me fair when I lie dead on my bed, Fair where I am lyiDg; Perhaps he may come and look uon me dead Be for whom I am dyin Iig my grave for two, with a atone to show It, And on the atone write my name ; If he never cornea I shall never know It, Bat sleep all the aame. Chriitian liotctti. lomjo.v gossip. Indignant Majesty Victoria's Wrath at trie Urevllle memoirs Their KlTecl In i.oncin unpleasant Portraitures nt HoitM...

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 March 1875

THE CITIZEN, Jt - LOOuX - X The pencil marks you see around this paragraph (thns) mean that your snb scriptior is cut or unpaid, aud thai you are requested to pay up at onco We would take great pleasure in extend ing credit to our friends and patrons but cash alone will pay expenses, and we axe forced to adhere to a strict casi rale. Ws) hope you will comprehend nd appreciate tho necessity' of such a course, and renew your subscription without delay. We solicit your favor. " We enter no new names on our bwoka without the money iu ad-i' L. W. McOord, Proprietor. Office XortUeaat corner of the Square, Up Stairs. tkbm or BUBSCKIPTIOX: TTwo IMIl.n Annum, In Adnaec urn o rnron to uTDiumi i.c. 1 mo. X ino. 1 no. C mo. II ma. lne twrrfc-.w : 6o (l " (too oo 1 10 n c ui 10 00 12 00 20 00 a oo in oil I ") to is HI 10 UJ 12 00 lit (U HI 110 -S 00 40 00 8 n hi li 10 l'l (HI 11 00 OS 40 W to 0 7b m 10 01 I S Ut 00 SO 00 4 00 m at iMu- ihinl ( iiiH-imli' Col . ...1 VOLUME XVII. i IO PULASKI, TEN...

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 March 1875

IFIHIIE TJHiSSZI CITIZEN- "VOL 17 r gfahshi &tizcn By the Citizen Printing Co. I j. "W. MoCORD, Kditorand Manager. I-i. D. McCOllD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : MARCH 4, 1875. SCHEDULE. S. & D. & Q. S. R. II., Decatur Divls'n Hail & Accoin. south l'ussenger train " Mail train north Express "irain nortli . Freight " " " " south,... 1:2 1p. M. 10 -.05 r. m, ... 8:50 a. M 8:25 P. M, .. .. 7:33a. m 12:35 p.m, M. & C. It. R. Mail train east " " west i at Decatur. .10:33 P. 11 :52 P. tW The President baa signed the Civil Ilighta Bill, and it goes Into force at once. Klsewhere we publish the full tovr. of thla sum nf villainies, so that all of our readers may post themselves ana act accoruingiy. t3T Lookout Flouring Mills at Chat tanooga, together with several thou sand barrels of Hour, were deatroyed by fire last Saturday. Loss $50,000; In surance 433.000. The firemen waded In water waist deep to save the depot building of the Alabama and Chatta nooga depot, which was adja...

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. — 4 March 1875

7"OL. 17 alasM Citizen. . Citizen Printing Company. W. McCOUL), Editor auil Manager, i Lll'RSDAY, : MARCH 4, 1875. goal geiw. Xir-st Mon lny was bad on stock nicii. 'I fiat wHKtlie day for exhiMtinic flock, i.:jt tin; weather did not permit it. It. II. W. Smith. S irranicntiil service will be held i: (lie l'lv.ibvteriuii Cliurch next Sab 1) ith. lU'V Ir. luKose, ptor. Wiituln's, .(looks, Jewelry aud Silver ware lit very low prices for the cash, t 2t Winship's Jkwki.hy Store. " Tlie whole country is flooded, '.inning is delayed in consequence and i ikm are bein swept nw-iy. Tlie il.iinajje to tlie country i immense t'js Cool harain.- at II. Y. Smith's fc r Hie cash. It. tfi Henry tMiiith's apples and cigars tin- ImiIIi delicious. A suck ol the onu and s bundle of the other fotin I the.ir way i :to our olliee the other day, for which v e thank him V We will always have on hand a fifhh supply of Confectionaries and r.uiiily Groceries at the lowest fljfiire r tin? money. J. II. Inman &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. — 4 March 1875

THV WMt5. I "!! the roe tb rsrus u blushed and stirred; lis peiois trembled s to rertocy; I rrird thy usme sloiid nl lo I the bird Bur.t luto song ia,m ttte Ihlck-leaved tree, I spsks it mhea the mom wts iirsr and cold, Aort sirsittht from out his f ast shot np the inn : I spsko tt tu th nllit-tlie clouds Ust rolled Above dipeneil, the stare came tun by one. (ibonld any srhlsrwr tt whirl on tny face The b ank vartb lies, calm sli-opmg underKronnd, I think my besrt strain woulj beat a pice, Ana that uiy lip would tremble at tle sound. And If before the (fL or hrtvsa I came. And could for ruins own wonh no cntrsoco win. I think tlist then, it ( should name thy caaic, lue eternal Coor would swlu aud let rue io. TI1L MIDSUJIMrU MASK. It was none of Jack CheBelden'B fault that Lo went to sea onoe too often, and bo circnm vented a pair of schemers, or more, lie was one of those Ray, gal lant Kood-for-nothingu, folks said, whom the ladies doted upon, uDd whom no body conM find it in his he...

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 March 1875

x; - loo:;! The pencil marks you see around this paragraph (thus) mean that yonr Bub scriptior ia ont or unpaid, and that you nre requested to pay rip at once. We would take great pleasure in eitend ing credit to onr friends and patrons, but cash alone will pay expenses, and wo arc forced to adhere to a Btrict cash rula. VTe hope you will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of such a course, and renew your subscription without dolfij. We solicit your favor. T We enter E3 new names on our booka witlioct the money in adTw. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. H. hi r h ' Cfllco Xurt beast ruruerof the tvjuare, Up Stain. TEatisor BUB nipTiox: Tw-n Dnllum irr Annum, in Adranc. SATK Or fillet FOB AOVKSTUIHOi MrACic ' I mo. 2 mo. S mo. 4 nto J2 mo. ne sn.iare.- 1 n inniv-a 1 Un-m wiia.re?t., A (it I inir eqiiHr.., a ill I.I D 1JU r nj V I ITI W II 00 ? US 40 00 Go UU 75 Jt HI iu 12 0U l in Is iJ 26 W n l li t r ! 4 i One-1 it I (' 4 'o HI Is tfi C" !! JfO IO VOLUME XVII. I,. f.i '.f. l 4 ll PULA...

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. — 11 March 1875

VOL 17 pr gtafashi Citizen Dy the Citizen Printing Co. I "VV. MoCOHD, Editor and Manager. Ij. I. MoCORD.Awoclate, THURSDAY, : : MAltCIl 11, 1875. SCHEDULE. tf. &D.& G. S. B. R., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Accom. south l'assenger train " . Mail train north ftxpress j-ain north . Freight " " .. . " " south,... ... 1:2 1p. m. ...10:03 p.m. . .. 8:50 a. m. 8:2.5 p. M. 7:38 a.m. 12:35 p.m. M. & C. It. Jln at Dkcatt.r. Mail train east 10 :38 P. M, " " west 11 :52 p. m. t3T May nard gets hi3 bone a Turkey bone at that. tW Snow fell to the depth of fifteen Inches in Memphis Saturday night. tW The difpatches Inform us that Mr. Johnson did not attend the caucus of the Democratic Senators last Satur day. Just as we expected. tW Gov. Porter declines to approve the till to tax loosing litigants with jury fees, because it would be unjust to lurors to compel them to depend upon losing litigants, who may be insolvent, for their pay, after having been forced under heavy penalty to leave ...

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. — 11 March 1875

YOL. 17 TZHZIE TJXASTZT CITIZEN. nsro.io uiasla CiiiaoM. llij Citizen Printing Coiiijmnj. V. McCOKD, Editor and Manager, ill U USD AY. : 31ARCII 11, 1875. Agent for tlie Citizen. A W ; RAVES, Minnow ForJ. JOE BKOWNING, Apn Hill, il C. McLAURINE, Prospect. IiliAVTON KEAOAN, Bethel. A. L. PRENTICE, Cumpboiravilio. A. W. MOORK, Elkton. T. K. HUROIE, Pulaski. The above Kcntlemen are authorizod to re ceive subscription for the Cinzii. We want an agent and correspondent at ovtry l"ot OtnVe in tne coonty. Who will t fur n at other Post Oifices? W Hev. Dr. It. II. Rivers will fjrciii li at Olivet m-xt Sunday morning. Mr. l'heo Richardson was in tho city l-ist Tuesday. bt A W: JuddV Photograph G:illr-ry will ox-n one month. marll-lt Circuit Court begins tho 4th Monday in this month. ; tW The new Motel project Is still IirogruDHing. We hope It will succeed. Jt can, it mull, ' t tf Mr. Allen May ha bought three eiglit-week-old Alderny calves how the rlh for which he paid $25 each. A. W. Judd m...

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. — 11 March 1875

JUS ! 3 J i 1 , 1 ! LEONA. BT J AM KM O. CLAHK. 'Competent literary critic bava pronounced the following wwm unsnrvaeel by any other produc tion cf its clas in our Uueiia2. It is perfert in rhyme, bratttlfiil la ftriir and expression, and we know (ur traders will tlauk us fur its reproduc tion.! 1Hona. the hour drawn nigh, The hour wt'rt awaited bo long, Vor Ilia angel to open a door through the aky. That my jint may break from its prison and try IU voice In au infinite tjong. Jut now as the alutnborti of night Camo o'er mo with peace-giving breath. The curtain ba!f lifted revealed to my eight Those windows which look on the kingdom of light. That borders tbo river of death. And a vleicu fell solemn and nweet, BrirgiDB gleama of a morning-lit land ; 1 caw the white enure wxich the pale waters beat. And I beard the low lull as they broke at their feet Who walked on tt.e beautiful strand. AdiI I wondered why spirits nhould cHng To tbt-lr clay with a etiugg'e and rigli, VTbeu life's pu...

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. — 18 March 1875

THE CITIZEN, Li vy i McCord, Proprietor. LOOK! The pencil marks yon see around thi parngwph (thus) mean that your snt soriptwr. iaout or unpaid,, and tha: , you are requested to pay np at one We would Like great "pleasure in extend ipg credit to our friends and patron, but cash alone wili ptty -e-xpeuse-K, and wo are forced to adhere to a strict c.-isb rule. - We hope you will comprehend and appreciate the necessity ,4 svu-L o oonrse, and renew yonr suliscnptnu. without cle!ay. We solicit yor.r tarn " jT We enter u? ih w iininca mi on. T books without the money irm-i' v .. OHlee Nurtiicaet coruiTuf the Square, Dp 8 lairs. 2)1 U! -XVi'jJ); . 'riuni or armscniraox: I "" fr Auuuni.-ln Advaiios. mil I ! rf: i i -! IP ! Cat km otr 1'mqut ton auvuituixu; HI-AC K. I mo. 2 ma. 1 uio. ma i'i mo. Mr iar s l MIImI (!.. . ... J,;:!r ;ji-iA i iJsIim J :- nri- Ntiiii re-i.., 'ir m; utti . .,, iir-lt'iu 1 11 ti.j, '. Hi i.i ( ntr I i.l ') k in in I .- ui I ' in u) l'i HI la ' Vi' I II ii I HI I " ...

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