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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 16 November 1866

FIT TD" ILii CP VOLUME 8. t PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY HORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1866, NUMBER 46 nn IT A iFf; iU 1 hi I MilM n o ; i ii t .4 1 BUSINESS CARDS, MEDICAL CARD DXl. "V7T.I. BATTE, Office atiStoreJof CIIILIJRESS & EATTE, where he can" ha found at all hours of the day, unless profoneionally engaged. Will attend prompt ly to ail callB, or any professional business entrust ed to him. , o-19-tf JOHN ' 3. WILKES, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PULAKI, TENNESSEE, Will practice in Giles and adjoining countioa. Can be tound At the Office of Brown & MeCallum. an?. 17-Gm. JOHN G. WHITSON, Attornev at Law, PULASKI, TENN, WILL practice In Giles and the adjoining Conn lies, and in the Supreme Court at Nashville. Strict attention given to all collections entrusted to him. OFFICE May's Old corner Up-stairs. iuly 27-ly 8. A. WILSON, H. A. OAKTER, H. M. JAMES. WILSOIT, CARTER & CO., COTTON FACTOUS, AND wnOLESALK AND RETAIL DEALERS IX Groceries & Plantation Supplies, No. 194...

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. — 16 November 1866

mx m'$ilmi L. V. JIcCORI), I'ditor Pud Publisher. Firm in the right tlic Printing Press should be, The tyrant's f'c, the champion of the free; " "" Faithful and constant to its sacred trust v Calm, in its utteFanes in its iudgmcuis jutt; Wio in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To speed the right and to denounce the wrong. FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'R. 1C, 1CG6. Hurrah. ! Hurrah for Boston! Hurrah for Charles townl All goes well. The old "cradle of liberty" is shaken ouce more by the accla mation of the people. The long agony is over there, and triumph crowns the labor of years, , Boston has elected a negro 10 the Legis lature. Charl?6town has done likewise. All haill Abolition has cropped out, and the Ethiopian takes the place of John Adams and . Daniel Webster. We , 6hall now have the millenium, the Indian sum mer of negropholism, and Bo6ton and Charlestown will be radient with flags, hearing stars half white and Btripes half black. They told us so long since, but we did not believe. An...

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. — 16 November 1866

IW.?;McCOUD, Editor and Publisher. OFFICJI 10- fcAfeT CORNER I'DSI.10 QCAUE CP 8TAIK8. . TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in" Advance. p-gTiASKi. tiei-zest, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVR 16, 1866. A. C. IIiCKEy, Esq., of Colombia, re cently appointed Attorney-General for the eleventh judicial circuit, has resigned, and the Governor has ordered an election to fill the vacancy on the 3d of January. Tub Stars Didn't Fall. Those who kept vigils in anticipation of the meteoric shower, were not paid for their trouble, as we have riot hoard that a single star was seen to fall. More favorable weather should have been chosen for the exhibition. The monotony of the city was somewhat disturbed, on Wednesday rooming, by a pair.of horses running across the square, attached to a wagon loaded with a cotton gin. It promised to be a very exciting affair, but the lovers of thrilling scenes were disappointed by the horses making a sud den turn and attempted to run into the gro cery "st...

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. — 16 November 1866

man f utelu Kim JL. W. McCOItU, liditor ud rublUher. Fikm in th right th Printing Press should be, TLc tyrsnt's foe, the champion of the free; Faithful and constant to its eacred trust Calm in its utterance in its judgments just; Wise in its teaching; inoorrupt and strong To speed the right and to denounce tha wrong. PULASKI, TiEnsncsr. FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'R. lf, 1866. CROSS MARES (X.) Look out for cross marks on your paper. This indicates tho expiration of your subscription. "We are compelled to adhcuj to onr rule of payment in advance. We hope you will renew without delay. Artemcs Ward, in ona of bis letters to Punch, speaks of the Traitors' Gate at tbe Tower, which he says, is large enough to admit twenty traitors abreast, and adds: Traiters, I will here remark, are aa on fortnite claes of people. If they wasn't tbey wouldn't be traters. They conspire to bust up a country they fail, and then tbey be como traters. They bust her, and then they become statesmen and heroes." Artemus ...

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. — 23 November 1866

TTTTV TTi VOLUME 8. BUSINESS CARDS, medical cahxt ' .DR. T7IX. BATTE, Office attStore'of CIIILDRE33 & BATTE, where he can t found at all hour of the day, unless professionally engaged. Will attend prompt ly to U-calla,or any professional business entnift d to him. o-19-tf johij s. xniznis, Attorney. & Counsellor at Law, PUI.AKI, TENNESSEE, Will practice La Giles and adjoining counties. Can be tound " , li At the OfHce of Brown & MeCallom. . acg. 17-Sm. JOHII G. YIUTSON, -Alttornoy at Law, PULASKI, TENN, WILL practice In Gilea and the adjoining Coun ties, and in the Supreme Court at Nashville. Strict attention given to all collections entrusted to him. OFFICE May's Old corner Up-stoirs. inly 27 -ly . . . B. X. WILMS 'i . A. OABTEB, B. X. UH. T7ILS0IT, CAETEE & CO., i! COTTON FACTORS, ' AJTO WHOLESALE A I'D BITAIL MALIBB W v Groceries & Plantation Supplies, . No. 194 MAIN bTHEET, Corner Washington, June 1J uxurmt, tejt. COIinEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar andlCherry St...

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. — 23 November 1866

IMadu C'itteciu 3 L.. W. McCOItD, Editor Pud rubliher. Fibm in the right the Frinting Press should be, The tyjrint'fl 1VC tbe.champior. of the free; Faithful ana constant to its sacred trust Calm in it utterance' id its judgments just; ' ' "Wise in i; touching; iucorrept and trong To speed the right and to denouuee the wrong. 1 . . . ' ' - ... . - . -i 4 FRIDAY MORNING. NOV'R. 23; 1866. The Educational Meeting Last. "Week, K Pursuant to announcement, a veryJnteli gent arid appreciative audience of ladies aqd; "entlemeo assembled a the court bouse on: Thursday night, 15tb inet., to hear speeches; from gentlemen who hadi been, previously invited to address the citizens pn, the sub-, ject of education-and the erection of -a eoK lege in Pulaski. . . . .;. ' On Motion, Hon. James McCiit.bf was called to the Chair, and Calvis Jones and R. R. Reed were requested to act as Secre-' taries. "' '" ' ' . " ' Maj. Nath Adams Jthen addressed tbe meeting in a lengthy speech, afterhis own peculiarl...

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. — 23 November 1866

A. L. W. 'JIcCOKU, Editor and Publisher. . . i ? ' ' ' - ' - ' . OtTlCS -JO. EAST CORNlt PCBtTO SQUARE tTP STAIRS. r . TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION . Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. PTJLASEZ. TSInTT, FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'R 23; ices. DiBD-In this placft'oVthe'niglit of the 21st inst., after lingering illcesa of about eix weeks, an infant daughter of Cel. S. G. IlocEKS aged about four months."; Money Fockd. We have neglected for two weeks to notice the fact that our friend D, II. Parsons, Esq., had found a sum of money, which tho owner can get bj apply leg -at' this office,- describing properly and paying for this notice. Additional Interest to thb Citizen. After this week we will have the assistance of a local and commercial editor, which will giya opportunity to devote mora ot our time to reading matter and the interest of our readers. College Meeting. There will be a meeting of the citizens of Giles at the court hou6 OD the first Monday in December, at which' books will be o...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 23 November 1866

L. McCOUU, Editor nl Publisher. Fmirin the right the Printing Tres should bo, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; Vaithful and constant to its sacred trust Calm in iU utterance in its judgments just; Wide in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To speed the right and to denounce ths wrong. FRIDAY MOUSING, NOV 'It. 23, 1866, . CII0S3 HARKS (X.) . Look out for cross marks on your paper, indicates tho expiration of your subscription This We are compelled to adhere to onr rule of payment in advance. Wc Lopi you will renew without delay. "Tub speaker iben drifted upon the slave ry question. lie made the startling an nouncement ths.t four milliou 'happy peo ple' had been set adrift to starve, to please England; that - five hundred thousand of those 'happy' slaves tied already died, and that an equal number were diseased unto eath." ;. . - George Francis Train uttered the truth when he Baid i.his, at a late Fenian meet- tng in Chicago. Princess Muratt arrived in Boston on Wednesday o...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 30 November 1866

1 .'t s. IT .trpni ttinrnp ii f i 1 4 t -t . i f - r J TT, TT TIT V 4 X ii UA LJ..liJl i o ., VOLUME 8; (1 - ' ; BUSINESS CARDS, MEDICAL C A II D bit. VII. BATTE, RicattStoref f.'III EI) It ESS & BATTK, J -where he can" be found at nil hour of the day, unless professionally cnracred. Will attend prompt ly to ail call.-, or any professional bnsine entrust ed to him. ' ; o-li-tf - - ; JOHN . S. WILKES, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, " 1 vixaki; rENrssEE, AVill practiee.in Giles and adjoining counties, fait te tOUUd At the Office of Ilrou'i & Mct'allam. a n jr. 17-6m. :.; JOHN G. VHITSON, .A-ttoriiey at Ilirvw, PULASKI, TENN, WILL practice n Giles-and the adjmmi'. Counties,- and tu'-tha-Supreme Court ut Naslivillo. Strict attention given to all collections entrusted. to him- OFFICE May's Old corner Upstairs. iulj27-ly . I t X. WILSON, M. A- CAJlTr.lt, 11. M. JAMES. WILSON," CARTER & CO., COTTON 1ACTOHS, AND WHOLESALE AND KETA1L DEALERS IN Groceries & Plantation Suppl...

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. — 30 November 1866

I-. V. McCOKD, Uditor Pud I'ublt-l er. Finn in the right the Printing Press should be, The tyrmt's :, the champion of the free; Faithful and coustant to its sacred trust Culm in irs tiiterimce in It judgments just; Wise in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To -peed the right f.uil to denounce tl e wrong. FRIDAY MORNING. NO VR. 30, 1G66. Proceedings of the Convention cf Eail Itoad Stockholders. From the Columbia iierald. Pursuant to appoiutment, the fctockhold era of the Tennessee and Alabama, the Cen tral Southern, and the Tennessee and Ala bama Central Railroads met in Columbia on the 21st day of November, 18G6, and Judge Whitworth of Nashville, waa called t j the Chair, and Hunter Nicholson appoint ed Secretary. At tha request-of te Chairman, Mr. Moss, of the Tenn. & Ala. Central, explain ed tho object of the Convention to bo, 1st, tl e consolidation of the Tennessee & Ala bama, and the Central Southern Roads: 2d, the consolidation of thoee two Roads with the Tennessee k ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 30 November 1866

L. W. McCORD, iMitor aud Publisher. OFIICE lO. EAST COKSi.lt I'CELIC fcliUARK I f gTAlKS. . ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Koht Dollars i r Annum, Invariably in Advance. PTJLASEII. TEISTISr, FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'Il 30, 1CGG. Cotton Tax. Staci-, Mokki3 & Co. p 10 'pose to pay your cotton tax. Go and see them. Proclamation. We publish to-day the proclamation of ti e Governor ordering an election for Attorney General of this district on the 3d day of January next. Runaway. John (Posey) Gordon was knocked from a runaway horse, on Satur day last, by the projecting limb of a shade tree on Main street, and was severely though not dangerously hurt. Lost Between Dr. Iiatte's residence and that of Mrs. Cockrcli, or somewhere on or near the square, a small double leather purse, containing $7J iu gold and 3 or 4 in silver, for the recovery of which a liberal reward will be paid by Col. W.J. IItll. Married At the residence of the bride's father, in Maury county, in this State, on Thursday evening, ...

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. — 30 November 1866

vAU4b.VSVKiST4 Jl 1. 1 'I MUM L,. W. McCOItU, Editor and Publisher. CrFl'tE fO. EAST CoRNllB fCULlC SQUARE V STAIKS. TF.KilS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably ii. Advance. Terms of Advertising. AdvertiBements inserted at f 2,00 per square, (10 lines or less, in this tpe, U'or the first, and 75 cents tor each BubcqMejifc insertion. Advertisements not marked ttith the !iumlr of insertions desired will bo inserted and vln-.rg'rd for at the regular rates until ordered out. last ot" Price for Advertis'iig: lyr. 1 hfjUBre, 2 squares C squares 4 sqntirch )Z column column column 1 column I 20 I 25 I 80 I 35 50 1 60 75 110 Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted fur 3 months or loss. ratlt be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; further renewal.- charged on dollar per square. Advertisements from a distauee must be accom panied with tlte cash in every instance. The advertising of si hou...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 7 December 1866

IASKI ! Ml wl llij.njj 1 No - PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1866, VOLUME 8. NUMBER 49 BUSINESS CARDS, ( 1 B- D. FABTEK, Penola Co., Miw. H. A. FARTfcE, J. ELAMT M'OEHEE, Haywood Co., Penola, Miss. .Tenn. Partee, HcGehee & Co., v - -: -cotton-factors, "and "- -GENER'L COMMISSION MERCHANTS no. 290 Front Street, Corner Front and Madison, MEMPHIS, TENN. EfLiberal advances made on Consignments..,! aug 17-5m . . . -' ,. M;JE p i;C A L rC A R D' DR. WM, BATTE, Office at.Storelof CHILDRESS & BATTE, where he can b found at all hours of the day, unless professionally engaged. 'Will attend prompt ly to" all calls, or any profeaoional business entrust ed to him. o-19-tf JOHN S. WILKES, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, I'ULAKI, TENNESSEE, Will practice In Giles and adjoining counties. Can be found . . At the Offlce of Thrown & MeCallum. - - aug. 17-6m. . 'JOHN G. WHITSOIV ' Vttornoy at Law, i - PULASKI, TENN, WILL practice in Giles and the adjoining Conn tics, and ...

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 December 1866

29 tttajslu L. AV. McCORU, Editor rnd Publisher. Firm in the right the Printing Press should be, The tyr .nt's foo, the champion of the free; Faithful and constant to its B acred trust Calm -a iu uttaranoe In Us judgments just; Wise in it teaching incorrupt and strong' . To ipeed the right and to denounce the wrong. FRIDAY MORNING, DEC'R. 7, 1866. Conclude from first page. ties, in the apportionment of members of the House of Representatives, shall be made up to such county or counties in the Senate as near as may be i practicable." These provisions leave no doubt that the Cramers of our Constitution intended that the General Assembly should be composed of representatives elected by the people from the several counties and districts all over the State. Tbey have sedulously pro vided for the representation of fractions of counties either in the House or Senate. They could not have 6howa more explicitly their deliberate intention that the General Assembly should represent the whole pe...

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 December 1866

F. O. McCORD, Local Editor. - - FRIDAY MORNING, DEC'R 7, 1866. Any one desiring to rent a comfortable house in town next year, may find one ad vertised this morning. DiscoNTifiuaD. The sale of W. H. Rob inson's land, advertised in thU paper, to be oold on tbe lltb inst., will not be made. The advertisement was inserted this week hy an oversight in the printer. $10 Reward. We will pay tbe above reward each for files of the Citizen for the years 1860 and 1861, delivered at this office. Be sure to bring them in early. Our files were scat tered during tbe war, and they are of great pecuniary value to us as well as to many parties to suits in Chancery. Court. Circuit court has been in ses sion at this place since, last Monday, his Honor Judge Ward on theBencb. The civil docket is full, and many causes have, necessarily, been continued to supply pa pers. We will spend some time in the court room next week and endeavor to give a summary of tbe proceedings." ' Smith, Parses & Stark. Thi...

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. — 7 December 1866

17. AV.HIcCOUD, Editor and PHblisher. OFFICB SO. EAST COBNKH PUBLIC SQUARE IP BTAlBS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably In Advance. Term of Advertising. Advertisements Inserted at f 2,00 per square, (10 lines or lew, in this tpe, for the first, and 75 cents lor each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the nnmUr of insertions desired will be inserted and charged for at the regular rate until ordered out. Lint of Prices for Advertivnj 2 raos. 8 raos. 10 , 6 mos. lyr. 1 square, 2 are . 3 squares 4 squares column I 120 15 13 2-1 I 25 SO 140 55 18 25 30 85 83 SO ' L V.O I 3 30 I 85 60 60 75 110 4 column column. 1 column Advertisement must bo paid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 3 months or less, must be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are feTwaUied to rerfew quarterly free of charge; further rrrrewafrrcfcaixed one dollar per square. - Advertisements from a -distance must be accom panied with the cash In every instance...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 7 December 1866

i. ZEN -sifr & rr ; ..w.e....3.--i-s 1 -iS - . PbLASkl;115NESSEE, DECEMBER 7, 1SC6. f ! i : " : PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE TO TUB . , . Two Houses of Congress, AT THE Commencement of the Second ,sei&ion of the Thirtu-JSinth Congress. Fdlox-cilizcns of the Rrpre.ienlatiies: Senate and House oj After a brief interval the Congress of the United States resumes its annual legisla tive duties. An all-wide and, merciful Providence has abated the pestilence which visited our shores, leaving its calamitous traces upon Booie portions of our country. I'eace, order, tranquillity, and civil au thority have been formally declared to ex iwt throughout the whole of the United States. In all of the States civil authority lias superseded the coercion of arms, and the people, by their voluntary-' action, are maintaining their governments in full activity and complete operation. The en forcenientof the laws is no longer "obstruct ed in any State by combinations too power ful to be suppressed by the or...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 7 December 1866

consequent upon the failure to settle this question increased during the war in which Prussia, Italy and Austria, were recently engaged. "V? hile Great Britain has never acknowledge the right of expatriation, she has not practically insisted upon it. France has been equally forbearing ; and Prussia has proposed a compromise, which, although evincing increased liber ality, has not been accepted by the United States. Peace ia now prevailing every where in Europe, and the present seems to be a favorable time for an assertion by Con gress of the principle, so long maintained by the Executive Department, that many alization by one State fully exempt the native-bora suhject of any other State from the performance of military service under any foreign Government, so long as he does not voluntarily renounce its rights and ben efits. ., ''J - , , coacxcsi?-. : . : : In the performance of a duty imposed upon ine by the Constitution, I hare thus submitted to the Bepresentatives of the People s...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 14 December 1866

vK&Vut4 m-- f:cvc'j .-.t-.'.i:-..V-v' r,.. jfV V 1 . n t'5 t ! ' i M . U 1 j f " 1 f ! i - - .' "i hi PUL.ISKL TENNESSEE, EIUDAY MLLG, .DEir.K Ii, T.r. VOLUME 8. iVUiLBEk 50. -feci . . - I l 1 F i ,: -tv; . BUSINESS CxillDS, U.A.FABTKE, . BL ANT M'O KHt. E, B. D.rAIiTKE, .. U8-QodOo., I'enola, Miss. l'euola Co., Tcnn. Parteo, LIcGeheo & Co., COTTON FACTORS, AND GEUEPw'L COilTIISSIOII 1TEHCIIAHTS no. 20O Front Street, Corner Front and Madison, MEMPHIS, TENX. ULibcral udvances mado on Consignments.J M EDI C A L C A 11 r' DPv. 7H. BATTE, OiHce Bt-Storc'of CHI L.un 1 ja, where "he can be found at nil hours ot the day, unless professionally enframed Will attend prompt ly to' all calls, or any professional business entrust ed to him. Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PULAKX, rEXNESSEK, Will practice in Giles and adjoining counties. Can bo lound At the Ofilce of Brown & McCallnm. f.ngr- lT-Cm. JOHN G. WEITSON, Attorney at Law, PDLAfeKI, TENN, LL practice in Giles and the adjoin...

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 December 1866

i 1 1 I "I'll L. AV. JIcCOKD, Editor Pud Publisher. Fir in the right the Printing Press should be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; Faithful Bud constant to itseacred trust ('aim in iu utterance inlts judgments just; Wise ia its teaching; incorrupt and strong To ppeed the right end to denounce tbe wrong. 1 1 orricE so. east corner pcbiio square rr stairs. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollar per Annum, Invariably in Advance. PULASKI, TENIST. FRIDAY MORNING, DEC'R. 14, 1866. Tennessee Legislature. A very important bill, affecting the rail road interests of the entire State, was adopt ed by the Legislature on Monday. The bill authorizes the Governor to issue bonds of the State as follows: To the Memphis and Ohio Railroad, $200,000; to the Mississippi and Tennes see Railroad, 8150,000; to the Kuoxville and Charleston Railroad, 6300,000; to the Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and Charles ton Railroad. 500,000; to the. East Ten nessee and Virginia Railroad, 300,000; to the Knoxville ...

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