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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 18 March 1875

TIEHIIEl TTXT A FiTTT CITIZB1T. 1TO. 11 VOL U7 $hc ifttfashi (Citizen By tUe Citizen Printing Co. Tj. "W. MoCORD, Editor and Manager. J-t. X. McCOIU), AisocTaie, THURSDAY, : : MARCH 18, 1875. SCHEDULE. & D. & G. S. R. Ii., Decatur Divls'n Mall & Accom. south 1 :2 1p. m. Passenger train " 10:03 p.m. Mail train north 8:50 i.M. Express a-aln north 8:25 p. m. Freight " " 7:38 a.m. " south, 12:35 p.m. m. & C. It. Mail train east. . " " west . ,.10:38 p.m. . 11 :62 p. m. t3JT" Is there no way to punish news papers, which persist, as the New Or leans Times, tor instance, in charging corruption upon respectable public ser vants. Its malignant article, repub lished elsewhere, reiterates the charges against the Memphis delegation. tW The proprietor of the IlunUville (Ala.) hotel has solved the problem. A civil-righter walks up to the counter, pays his dollar, is forwarded to the din ing room, is met at the threshhold by the steward and conducted to the kitch en. If he declines...

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 March 1875

If I 7"OL. 17 TZEHIIEj PULASKI CITIZEN". ITO. 11 Ciii r ir -si UsiJLi Citizen Printing Company W. McCORD, Editor and Manager, IL'USDAY. : MARCH 18, 1875. Agent tor tle Citizu. A. W GRAVE, Minnow Ford. .OR BKOWNING, Aepen Hill. ;i. C. MoLADRINE, ProrpecU ''KATTON KEAOAN, BetLt.1. U PK ENTICE, Carapbell'aville. A. W. MOOKR, Elkton. T. R. BUfcGIE, Pulaki. J. H. HAYS, Bo ford Station. Tit above jectlomen ar authorized to re c:lro eabacfiptton for the Citiiht. We want en agent and corroponJnt at tn ry Pout Office in the oounty. Who will e .Jt for t other Poat Offloea? Policeman John Kiddie was fson JmimmI for two uaontlia in ollic ly the Board hi Aldermen at their last uiuethigf. ', Mr. John (Booker) Kennedy has the thank of everybody In thia community !or very Important private documents mailed to this oilice. Kemember that Judd's gallery will liot be open It Policeman Kklinrdon, Martin and Kiddle were kept pretty busy Uttt week. Lhw -breakers ean't be and exist In I'u laskl, and live. ...

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 March 1875

THE BOBOLINK. Onoa. npon a enlden afttruooDj Wl.h rxjiini fa-ra aud li.-artfl in. tun, Tu ffn1 Jovxrs, In (In a rtiiiK luoufl, Tb'ild a rural soiitmle. wTioliyl!T'P7,miry 0I1U krpw l" - That tba rarth was tirfj-bt ani tha bit was bin. That liwlit, and b--aiitY, and j y, and soug Ol armed tbe way .a t ,y aaad along ; The air was iiaarant with -w.kjiI and rem is . , The squirrel fm-loxl ou t!io roadside iYnce ' And bov-ririK orar them, Chtt. chee. chink f Vnerlrd the rn noun bobolink. I'auHDB and x-rinR ith side'tinf head, Aa ncily (He-lloi iuK all thy said : mle tne ox-4ye danced on it. slmnlrr item. And all glad nature rejuiced with thein. Orr the ndorone fieldawrre atrown Wlltlne; srluroa-a of itrass new moan, Aud rosy Ml'oay. of -livr blnoia , ; Huriird Id tlmannxliln atxl bnatbed (-fiHl.; ""'UK-UK U.w on a:en.l-r Ums - i The tparrnw wai bd hla wrdding hymn, And balancing ou a blat khnrry brier. The boboliuk eiir-ir Willi hla lirart in Are ' Chink I If ytm trUkto ki-t her, Jo I Do...

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 March 1875

THE CITIZEN, K LOOK! X The pencil marks you see around this paragraph (thus) menu that your snb scriptior is out or unpaid, and that you are requested to pay np at once. We wcnld take great pleasure in extend ing credit to onx friends and patrons, but cash alone will pay expenses, and we Ate forced to adhere to a strict cash rule. We hope you will comprehend and appreciate the neecsiiity cf such a course, and renew your subscription without delay. Wo solicit your favor. We eater no new names ou our books without the money iu b1vt c. I" W. McCord, Proprietor. Cffloe Xa.-ttwt conitrof Ike Snare, Cp Elairi. :MN TKuas o HUBSL-Hirriox: Twe UollaryjAMnmn, lu Adv.no. aik or raiuut on AuvKKTUxawi r y 1 mo. mo. tmo. w.a. 12 1 Ob arruare. I o unr,-. 1 Ti,r-w j i tt i r wur MjuMit.... i-four 111 t. iri,r1 (j.... ou-lf' 4 yw ., ti ;fS 00. ' a a IU UU 1J li uu IS im li IU 2S (U la oo 40 00 to ua I') j Ill uu I. ID la uu VOLUME XVII. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1S75. NUMBER 12. 4 (N 6...

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 March 1875

VOL 17 THE 12 7ic QuhrM (fitizm lilt the Citizen Printing Co. I.. "W. McCOKD, E.lilor and M.nuger. Zj. T. McCOIUJ, Associate, THURSDAY, : : MAHCII 23, 1873. SCHEDULE. if. & D. & G. S. K- It., Decatur Divid'u Mall & Aceoin. south Passenger train " . Mail train north Kx press Jain north . Freight " " .. " " BOUth,... .1 :2 1p. M. .10:05 p.m. , 8:50 a. M. .8:25 p. M. . .7:;58 a.m. .12:30 p.m. M. Jt C. It. JliiU train oust. . " " west.. Jt., AT DkCATIJR. 10 :3.3 p. M. 11:52 p. M. TlIK STATU CREDIT. Guv. Porter Steps la to Save with Ills Veto. It Gv. Porter stands like a "stone wall" again.st the tiile of rejmdi.ition, and In favor of maintaiuhir the Credit of the Htate. He is true as steel to the party and the people. On .Monday last he Ve toed Senate bill repealing the author! ty granted in ISC!) to the Comptroller to borrow euch ameunta as may be neces sary to meet the necessary demands up on the treasury. He nayg, it is jire- sumed that the passage of tlilii mil was secur...

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 March 1875

VOL. 1S7 TjE3IjB TJXjJLSKZI CITIZS1T. IsTO.12 al .' CUizett Printing Comjmhi. :.. W. McCORI, Editor and Munatfer, SIl'ItSDAV, : M AKCIl 23, 1875- Alfents fur tlte Citizen, v. W OKAVKS, Minnow For.!. JiiE BKOWN1NG, Aiwn Hill, il C. MtlAUKINE, ProHpeot. lt A YTON EEAGAN, Bethel. A. L. PKKNTICK, Cairn-boll'svillo. A. W. MDOKK, KIktoQ. T. II. I.DKOIE, Pulanki. 3. 8. H AYS, B a ford Station. Tho ehove gentlemen lire authorized to ro- ccive Kuhncription for the CiTizaic. We want an eg-ent and correspondent at cv. rj Vim. Ollk'e in the county. Who will ad lor d at other Pot OlDeew? A New Proposition. We Lear of a jro'wl iminy Indies in va rious portions of the county who want tlie CrriZKN, and whose iiiisliunds or lathers arc too poor or too lmrd pressed to pay for It. For the benflt of such we have concluded to make the follow ing Terms : For the Citizen one year, to be paid (Invariably ) in advance, 20 do.. Kizii. 10 Chickens. 3 Turkeys. 1 Good llatu, or 2 dollar. The eiriM uiunt be fres...

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 March 1875

A KYSTESY BT JOHN O. wniTTIKH. ., The rivor, hemmed with leaniup; tree, Wcmici tbrongb its niealuua jreoa : A low, blue line of mountains showed The o;en jimon butwoca. .. One sharp, tall peak above tbora all Clear into annlight Hprang ; I saw the river of n Y d reams. The monntaiiiH that I tang ! No cine of momory 11 me on, But well the wave I know ; AfoelitiROf familiar thinga With every footstep grew. Not o'hr-rwine above its crsf Cjuldlcan the bias ftl pine; Not oheraiHi tbe maple hold Aloft its red eui-ixn. So no tbe long and alinm foot-liillri The rnotintaiti road ehonld crep: So. green and iow. the m endow fold Ita red-bai'ed Vine anleep. Th liver wonnd an it nbouli wind Their rlace the monn'aina took ; The white, torn frinc;w of their clouda Wore no unwonted look. Yet ne'er before that river'u rim Was ptetthed by fe-.-.t of mine; Never before mine eyes had crouei That broken niouutaiu hoe A prenonoe. strange at once and known, Walke I with mo army guide : The skirts of Home ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 1 April 1875

THE CITIZEN, L. W. McCord, Proprietor. LOOK! Ofice Sort nraM corner of the Square, Up Stair tic rms or dl-bscbiptioh: Two Hells.. t,r Annum, Ui Adrmu, tk or rr.icKn ron an vkbtuuno "ACa. 1 mo. 2 mo. a mo. 6 mo. 13 mo. On afsmre. f 2 to i it) (in 8 (0 1 10 (O I HO fctiiini,M d lit K imi ihi In r.i n 4 ll l) f 111 10 00 20 US iiiih HIIHr.s.. 1-inir striate- . 'in.' f.. in; h Ci I. nu-t liinl ( m.. Illl,- Hit t 111 'lit- .J..1, ...... ft IMI til ltl II I 6 I U In 11 I i III 111 ill 10 (.1 I .' (II 11 Kl 31 U 12 no i .i uu v lij 30 U 4 UI ki in III 00 ih on 4U 00 C) ill 75 IK 111 Jl : III i I II '.'.I (l VOLUME XVII. I UI 3 III u t 3 PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1S75. NUMBER 13. n , f V TIMELY TOPICS. , Membkbh of the British parliament reoeivw nothing for their services, that i Ikn country pays them nothing di rrectly ; on the contrary, it costs a neat .'little fortune to get in. Official statistics of the late general cleo'.ion in the king ulom ebow the charges incurred by t...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 1 April 1875

33" O- 13 YOL 17 PULASKI CITIZB1T. V i 1 t J By the Citizen Printing Co. Ij. W. McCOUD, Editor and Manager. L. X. JIcCOIlD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : : APRIL 1, 1875. SCHEDULE, ff. & D. & G. S. It 11., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Accom. south . . , Passenger train " Mail train nortii Ex press .rain north Freight " " " " south, 1 :2 IP. M. .10:05 p.m. 8 :")() a.m. .8:2.") p. m. . 7 ::i a. m. . 12:o9 p.m. M. & C. It. K., at Decati k. Mail train east 10:3S P. M. " " west 11 :52 P. M. Till I.IXJISLATUlti:. A Brief Synopsis of Its Work. The 39th General Assembly adjourned last Wednesday, after sitting feeventy flve days. Tiio members of that body were undoubtedly possessed of more than average ability, and they did, or attempted, an Immense amount of work. The greatest error, in our opinion, com mitted during tlio term was the inordi nate efforts made to pass laws on almost every subject beneath the sun. They clogged the work, but the bills that did pass the double ordeal and r...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 1 April 1875

70L. 17 ilasld Citizen, Citizen Printing Com jut it ij. i . V. McCORD, Editor and Manager, ; - i; RSI) AY, : APRIL 1, 1875. AguutM for tlto Citizen. , . W UKAVES, Minnow For.l. S BKOWNING, Apn Hill. . MuLAliKINK, TroHpoct. i A YTON HEAOAN, Bethel. I,. PKENTICE, Campbell'mille. W. MOOKK, Elkton. K. BUKiilE, Pnlaki. S. II AYS, Bafoid Station. J. nilT.LII'S, Iloeiiliiim. Tho above guntlenu-n are aulliorixel to re- kuhncription fur the CiTizi We WHiit an a?ent and correspondent at . itj lit OiBias in the connty. Who will lor ph at oilier Pout Orllo A New Proposition. Wt; hesr of a jtoirI ui.iny luilien in va , i .im k: ;iona of the county wl.o want e Citizkn, anil wlis liushniuls or : tlmrs arc too poor or too hard pressed : i ay for it. For the Wnflt of such 9 have concluded to umV the follow- Z Terms : For the (-'Ul.eii one year, to be paid avarlalily ) In advance, 20 do,. E;S. 10 ChlcUeni. 3 Turkeys. 1 Good Ilain, or 2 dollars. The must be fresh, the chickens ;")., turkey grrown ami ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 1 April 1875

Th early moonlight. f!nt and aark, Fell In Mi lines aoroaa hft bd, ... And turnl tr etm on lann and chtvV ' ' Tha tara that had bnt nnw ben ahd. fllorp, oomlnt with tue-vbadnwn, tjrutgtat A alow relief from grleTou thought. It dntltd the prwnl aharp dlatrsaa, The min of too hard to bear. The hannttn thoosrlit of 'onellnee, The tmmtnetioA of nntrid cere. Fhe loet reinenibrnce of the r' That dava wonlrt iurlj bring afrsln. k. t . 1 r . I fJM hkt Ike wnrM ; etrdll iiJx Another cotiiu'loiieneM waa born. And thn aba drrarard tha' ahe waa free, Wanderfnr bevond her life, forlorn ; And onl nd body Milt wfre wfnt, ' Although It seemed that ahe waa dead. Borne, mtniity fynrer. qnaaan tad atrong , Hud eaal her in an anprv a : ' Bbe frtrore to hr-aat Ha blllnwa lonff ; And, aa ahe rtrni' gld wearily, Fha aaw a low Mark line of ahare, i ' '. With llghta tipou It, juat before. And, arHTtn-MMH more nrffentlTj - I - 1 Si a alfbeM "reached the w1h4 -for land; ' Then a crreat war ro- In the aea. And...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 8 April 1875

iUL TTHE-CITIZEN. " L. tV .IcCord, Proprietor -if , LOOK! V" The pencil marks yon see around this paragraph (thus) mean that your aul sc.riptiop is out ,cr nnpaidt-; nal tLiit you are requested to pay tip at oiico. We would take great pioasue iu extend ing credit to our friends and patron?, but cash alone will pay-expenses, and we ti-re forced to adhere to a striot cash rule. Wo hope you will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of such a course, and renew your "subscription without dInyi We solicit your favor. We enter no new noun's ou our baoka withdtit the tnoneT in s-lv,! oo ! C Office Nnrtbrut comer of the Square, Up Stair. V ill V' y'r I ,VU iPlX :! . .. i i f f i -at' V 1 kuui or buav:iurTioN:' "Two Dollar yur Annum, In Aclvancaa. I t, ,r, rr-w. I . VtTm r fiucu fob 1DVUIIU.I.VO; sfacb. 1 mo. 1 mo. Ima A maw Unto. 1 1 J l 7 At t It ( 7 W V--- o' V-,. Mi rinre. ....... ' 4 K'AWflMrttl.., 'rillff HtJUHTt-S... Four tuititrp. .. lllf fi'lil U I '!.. I ! till 111 li. Oil,.-, It...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 8 April 1875

YOL 17 By the Citizen, Printing Co. Xj. "W. McCOIlD, Editor and Manager. Ju. X. MoCORD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : : APRIL 8, 1875. SCHEDULE. tT. & D. & G. S. R- IL, Decatur Divis'n Mail & Accom. south . . . Passenger train " Mail train north Express "Xrain north Freight " " .... " " south,.. ....1:2 1p. m. ... 10 :05 p. M. . . . 8:50 A. M. 8:23 p. M. . ..7:38a.m. 12:35 p.m. M. & C. R. R., at Dkcatijr. Mail train east 10 :33 p. m. " " west 11 :62 p. m. A rushing trade await the bouses that now advertise liberally and let the people know what they are doing. An exchange says that erery woman ha a chanoe of being married some time or other. It is not unlikely . There is no telling what a man will do when he ia drunk, Sometimes hath the brightest day a cloud; Dd after summer evermore succeeds barren winter, with bis wrathful nipping cold; so carea and joya abound, a seasons fleet. The Gwinnett Herald says a number of farmers of that county have shipped their cotton direct...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 8 April 1875

VOL. 17 i . i lj cn m i r a g-s-rv i 1 1 t 1 . . 1 . t- -J J s-u -t 1 i n.oj-x -i- -i 1 Xi Mi i; Pul Cmr. Vrlnting Company. U W. McCOKD, Editor and Manager, THCRSDAY. : APRIL 8, 187: Agents for the Citizen. A. W GRAVES, Minnow Ford. JOE BHOWNIKG, Ara Uill. H. C. McLACEINE, Froapoot. DRATTON EEAGAN, Bethel. A. L. PRENTICE, Cajnpbefl'.vllle. A. W. MOORR, Elkton. T. K. BCEKIE, PulaaM. J. 8. HAYS, Buford KtaUon. J. J. PHICLIP8, Bodenham. The above gentlemen are auUioriied to re cvivo aabnoiiption far the Citixvk. We went an agent end correspondent at very Poet OfBoe in the oounty. . Who will act for oa at other Poet Offices! A New Proposition. We her of a (food many Indies in va jloun portions of the eounty who want the Citizen, and whose husbands or fathers are too poor or too bard pressed to pay for It. For the bcnfit of such we have concluded to make the follow ing Tun : For the Citizen one year, to be paid Invariably ) in advance, 20 doz. Eggs. 10 Chickens. 3 Turkeys. 1 Good I J am,...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 8 April 1875

PUB VILLAGE. Atg the nld aceuatcinett path with ifcuiiiiig gtepa Te RO. Th grtea treea-eech above onr bead, and. every i nrancli we knew ; , ujrile Jkeadgw itM talaor ua, the lane iU toried hour, Compauiooa In each hedge wo hail, a 'friend in every flower. J Thj A .A V- . i . . I. . . - -,,.. , iub (ruay gravel near oil 1ft- nullar namea, Kach, aa wo iilauoe liiem idly o'er, tta flash of nem ory claim, There, a oweet touch of liattio, wake : here, Ibvlne laugbter tella, ( On aome quaint lontr-reonrdud trait, the roused re membrance d wells. The little child that Raze np, with wide blue wist ful eye, - I , . v&conarlmia rf What eharm for n In theli oft I '' luter lie. . . . Will annwxr with her mother' iuiile, or ii her father voir, And in the accent to whom ring onr bearta oa: i (till rejoice. The onttaea .loora are elmt that ne'er clceed t obt ,, t te. ot yore, t ....; Betide Itie evening hearth they talk of na and onr no more, Oi sad, and trance, and bard It feeine. tlier. are...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 15 April 1875

LOOK! :,y. ! f -v -v? -, r : n r. tin cr nuiMcBimox: Two Dollars per liinam, In Advance iiiTkji or rKicu oa idtutuim: 5 I '. si - WW TACK. 1 mo. I uo. t wo. ma 12 mo. Oil sciiare- f:to 4in fiau sa io re lul S uu UI III W) SI 09 r. mi s iu in ui i: ua is oo VI VU iUrLA uv wiliaHia.... nir miiHrtw i- r. n Hi ( i, I li'nl I i I III! -Oil in IIU It ui IS III 'A IU i . IK l ! Hi OP im a nil te a- uu VOLUME XVII. Ml ' Mi PULASKI, TENNESSEE, fTJTORSDAYv APRIL 15; 1S75. NUMBER 15. THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Oflloe Northeast curuer of the Square, Up Static v AT mm v. n ' r i . TIMELY TOPICS. Tub emperor of Kussia, in view o the possible war resulting from Lis ambitious march into Central Asin, is desirous of keeping all his people at Lome,' tbat he may have the fall strength of his empire to use in emer gency. ! Iteoognizing the fact that the Mennonites were slipping beyond the pphere of Lis influence, bd1 would soon be f stablished in the United States, he has modified the milit...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 15 April 1875

"VOL 17 UZjJLSIO: CITIZB1T- ZLSTQ. 15 ght gahsM Citizen By the Citizen Printing Co. H. "W. MoCOItD, Editor and Manager. L. X. McCOUD, Associate, THURSDAY, : : AfRIL 15, 1875. SCHEDULE. O. S. R. Ii., Decatur Divia'n Mail & Accom. south . Passenger train " Mall traia north Express totin north . . . .1 :2 1p. m. . .10:05 p.m. . 8 :50 a. M. . .8:25 p. m. . . .7:38 a.m. Freight south, 12:35 p.m. M. & C. It. It., at Decatur. Hail train east 10 :38 p. M. " " west 11 :52 p. m, Alluding to Senator Cockrell reminds us of the absurd outcry that the neglect of the Missouri Democratic Legislature to re-elect Mr. Schurz to the Senate. For the man whom they abused and caricatured so shamefully two yeras ago, they have suddenly conceived jrreat sympathy, and they tlo not tire in para ding the Ilourbonism of a Legislature which elected the ex Confederate Gen eral Cockrell instead of the gifted Schurz. The fact is that no complaint was ever mre unwarranted than this Schurz took open position ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 15 April 1875

VOL. 17 TIHIIE PULASKI CITIZSIT. ZLnTO. 15 Palaald Citizen. . Citizen Printing Comjutny. L. XV. McCOEX), Editor and Manager, THURSDAY, : APRIL 15, 1875 Agent tor tlie Citizen. E W URAVK, Minnow Ford. JOE BEOWKING, Aapen 11 ill. II. C. McLAlTKINE, Froapect. DKATTON KEAUAN, Bethel. A L. FRENTICE, Carapbell'aviHe. A. W. MOOBE, Elkton. T. K. BUHC.IE, Pulki. J. R. IIAYS, Buford Station. J. J. PHILLIPS, BfK'enhnra. The abovs gentlemen are authorized to re reive eubpoription for the Citizxn. We went an spout and correspondent at every Puat Ollicw in the oounty. Who will act fur n at other Coat Oittceof A New Proposition. We he-ir of a ircxxl many lading in va i ions '. ilona of the county who want the Citizkm, and whose liuslninds or I'athtTH arc too poor or too hant pressed to pay for it. For the benflt of such we have concluded to tuuVe the follow ing Tekms : For the Citl.en one year, to be paid (invariably ) 1" advance, 2 do.. Ltrjr. 10 Chickens. 3 Turkey. 1 Good II am, or 2 dollars. Th...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 15 April 1875

JUi - MY LITTLE LABOEEK. ' A Uay row, with flomurt h4 Under, Assny l.lyV fatrl " t s 8wwt of blur, kj.rm botli fnulad slender, Aud curls of luunv hir; A bonholl oy. a irsalle tfclrjg of bfsutj V M with arh riuff un Bectn his round of toll s solemn duty Ttil ainst be duly dour, ' To-Smy he's bqll.11r.tf cat-tie, borne aud tow r. With wondrous art sud .kill : Or labors with his lismmrr by the boor. With atronff. determined will. Anon, with little losded cart he's I!ylna A brrk and driving tra.le ; Araln, with ttioiiKbtlul, r.ruMt brow U trying borne book's dark tore to read. a How, lad an Ik sorori'.llt) tat of bnrden, I ' U Oraga huua. If almig p t t ,.:. Ami dow bla lordly little voice la beard in 11 )lUrona ahout and sodr ; Another hoar la spent in buy tolling, With hoop, and top. and ball. And with a patience that la uever-faillDg, lie trie and conquer alt Brrt s'eep at laot o'erfairVniy little rover,' ' J And on hi mother1 breat. Toy thrown taide. the day's bard labor over, lie ....

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 22 April 1875

THE CITIZEN, L. W. McCord, Proprietor. r. . The pencil marks you see around this paragraph, (thusi mear that your I uhr scriptwP. 5 ii oat or.'.kapiiJ,- and ihi you are requested to pay-Bpet - once We would take great pleiwure iu extend ing credit to our' friends and patrons but cash alona wiil'pay expenses, and" we iue forced to adhere to a strict' cash" rule. We hope you "will" comprehend and appreciate the necessity- cf such a course, and renew yonr bperiptka without delay.-Vt5 solicit. your liivor, fcT We enter no new, names on our beoka without the iany iu dn ce. Office Northeast corner of the Square, Up Stairs. . -. r r . i ; y M : " i It ! tbkhs or iDucirmoi: Two Oollare per Annnni, In AimuM. rca. 1 . mo. I ma. nxx Mm. I " -' t One iqvkrt. o h j UMr- Three iKjiireg. Kour squarex...... One fi.urlli C'oU ne-Uilrl ol 1U 4 00 (10 8 (JO 1U O) 12 to IS JU V0 UO I no a) oo to n A (Ml M r.i in m 1 (JO 10 ou IS cio 18 U0 nu IS) 10 U) 12 UD la iu 2S 00 u uu 12 00 IS 00 'A Ul so jo 00 m...

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