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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 22 April 1875

"VOL 17 CJLASKZI CITIZEN". E3ZIE By the Citizen Printing Co. "W". MoCOBD, Editor and Manager. L. D. MoCOED, Associate, THURSDAY, : : APRIL 22, 1875. SCHEDULE. tt. &T. & G. S. R. It., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Accom. south 1 :2 1p. m. Passenger train " 10:05 p.m. Mall train north 8 :50 a. m. Express tj-ain north 8:25 p. it. Freight " " 7:38 a.m. . " " south, 12:35 p.m. M. A C. R. R. Mail train east " " west , at Decatur. 10 :38 p. M 11 :52 p. M CLIPPINGp. Whittle and Bliss will be the religious sen sation of the present week in Nashville. The lata cold snap waa Terr destructive to Nevada gl vea every convict discharged from cor Mate pnaon f 2o in gold and there is i great ruah to get into (State prison and ont. Ceriaaa, ptysmsiroir. tachyeraphr. irianur aaol, eyot, euchamy and demoniacal played smasn witn tne last .Boston spelling matcn Twenty-five ex-Union soldiers and sixty- two ex-Con federates are in Congress and yet in me lace oi all tins, uonnecticut went Lem- ocratio....

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. — 22 April 1875

TZE3ZZE3 PULASKI Palasld Citizen. - Citizen Printing Company. L. W. McCORD, EJitor and Manager, Til CItS I) AY, : APRIL 22, 1875. Agents) for tlie Citizen. E. W GRAVED, Minnow Ford. JOK BKOWNrNQ, Aspn Hill. II. C. McLAURINE, Prospect. DKAYTON EEAGAN, Bethel. A. L. PKENTICE, Campbell'aville. A. W. MOOKK, Elkton. T. K. BUF.GIE, Pulaski. J. P. HATS, Bnford Station. J. J. PHILLIPS, Bodenhara. The above gentlemen are authorized to re ceive subscription for the Citizkm. We want an agent and correspondent at very Pout Office in the county. Who will act for ph at other Pont Otficen? Look out about this time for colored iM-ilinj; matches. They've never failed yet to come to time on hucIi tilings. Hill A liallentine have some of that finely flavored White Maxwell House Syrup. Try It. apr'22 4t. Advertisers and correspondents must hand In their favors by Tuesday to In sure insertion. Kemember this. fST" The largest, handsomest and cheapest stock of dry goods In town at apni'2 3t A. C. Ikvi.nb ...

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. — 22 April 1875

, ; ; konsooh pacha. Bt aeOBUK H. BOWXIlK. M-mnoor Pirtia, It H pi. aiant to mt H 4a In rha ftiu. a . . . , . ... . ... .UIB uwnrguiiov Whm faith la mHI a...., . . . . . Mor, fi to lb. touch than a rose ovorblown .... m u. 1a iruo 10 iiiail, as your owp. M-mnoo, Pacha, a two K-nllemrra mar. Clrlliao.1, clty-brl, Una our hands; Now from thn town to tli dwn ; ' ...... .. ..niimnnip oi plr,t demsnAa, Toe scop of the sky mud the stretch of the .and.. Mnnwor Pacha, doff yonr oonrtlw'. earb ; "v '" o orarics ail of 1U dura ; BrJ1u to yonr throne on the back of your barb, ake to the brarix your rmral buroon-, and ware your Uooe-soeptr wherever you chooee ! Monaoor, my chief! ah, I know yon at length Klllff of t!ie diwert. four nhlirir.n .M . To ClilntlT. llka.hron In that -. .u ..Orlr, -trtke, like youug lionn, for eonntry ana noma. When your eyes are ablaze at the roll of the arum i VlWtvir tv. w . ! f 1 1 ----'- ' ' i iww una ifauop to sne 1 he land that yon. have sworn that no despot sh...

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. — 29 April 1875

THE CITIZEN. L. W . McCord, Proprietor. Oilii-e NurlljcaMt lorncrnf lli.-K.jntre, Cp Btaira. IVMT H'lUSCklPTION : katiui or 1-iuckm rou mvuiTiuaa: ft!ACK. 1 uio. 2 inn. S ma. 6 aKX 12 me (In 1 v ic q"iur..... f 2 mi I 4 in I i uu t w io w 1 li In ii. i n iiinrvs... fi ll ' Ul ic fciimn-;. III III l) In iti Vl ! j o I u i i 13 HO it a. '.' 0t ) or ; r . lil "M :i:t.- 'HI Hi LI. ! I ll in I II' V (; :) i id IO TIMELY TOPICS. With the advent of spring the cru aders Lave broken cut in New York, visiting sonio forty tip-town saloons J"-ast Tuesday. Tna withdrawal of State subsidies 'from the Rimaa Catholic chnrch in Prussia, if consummated, will deprive the church of 000,000 annually. Tnn t Jerppa brings unfavorable re ports of the frost arid freeze upon fruit and tobacco plants in Tennessee, Ken lucky and Ohio. Cor,. Sutton, wto waB bo seriously assaulted by Got. livw, is rapidly re covering, and his assailant, having been pronounced insane, baa been sent to tho insane asylum. Midshipma...

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. — 29 April 1875

a. V ZTsTQ. 17 TTT , A FRTl" CITIZZ1IT. YOL 17 i ! ! ) g7u gjuhski (tfizcn By the Citizen Printing Co. L. "W. McCORD, Editor and Manager. I. D. McCORD.iiMcitte, THURSDAY, : : APRIL 20, 1S75. SCHEDULE. S. &. D. &. G. S. B. K., Decatur DivU'n Mail A Accom. south Passenger train " Mall train north Express xain north . Freight " " " south,... .. 1 :2 IP. m. , . . 10 :03 p. m. .. 8:50 a.m. .. .8:2o p. m. 7:3$ a. J. ...12 5 p.m. M. & C. R. Kn at Decatcb. Mall train east 10 :33 P. M. " west 11 :52 P. at. CLIPPINGS. A German bad bie horse stolen and ex plained it as follows: "Von nite.de Oder day, Ten I waa bin awake in my shleep, I hears some thing vat I link vaa not yut right in rny barn, an oat I shumpe to de bed and runs mit de barn oat an vea I vaa derc coom I seea dat my pie Krav iron mare be fan been tied loose and ran mil de staple o!T, and ever who Til him back pring 1 junt so mucn par him aa Taa bin kanlomarj.n "Your young friend stayed uncommonly lata last ulg ht. and...

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. — 29 April 1875

KmJ. jfc. aJW)i? tw-aii VOL. 17 nsro-17 """' "'"""' raJutjB'LJC1J ii ii. -iMninTinm itiiiib mmiiwm-n n i-niasici Ciiiscn. Citizen Printing Company: I.. W. McCOItD, Editor and Mr.nagor, THURSDAY, : APEIL 29, 1875. Agent for tle Citizen. K W UKAVKS, Minnow For.!. J OK BKOWNINO, Aapftu Hill. II. C. McLA URINE, Prospect. lMJAYTON KEAGAN, Bethel. A. I., fit ENTICE, Campos ll'av ills. A. W. MOOKK, Elkton. T. K. BUtOlE, Pulaski. .1. S. II A VS, BnfmJ Station. .1. I. PHILLIPS, Bcw'enbaro. '1 ho above tfrntlemen are authorized to re ceive ouboortptiun fur the CiTizaa. We wunt an ajferit and correspondent at evury I'wt Office in tho county. Who will art for nh at other Pot Oillccx? Mr. It. II. Wynn'g nrtlt )e, "Bill vs. ll:il," Is unavoidably deferred until next ut-fk. Hill & lUiletitine have umie nf that finely flavored White Maxwell House Syrup. Try It. apr22 4t. A Hijuad of fifty or nlxty German, jiiHt from the land of liliine wine, panned through i'lilanki last Tuesday for Law reiieeb...

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. — 29 April 1875

RELIGION AND DOCTElKE VT lOilN HAT. lie itoofl hr-fore the S ia!i(Htrl.i.- Toe ecowlintr ra'.t.i. ki-c1 at fciui. lis recked not of ttiHtr fir.l or biame; There wu uo fear, thorn wu no ahauie. For one tipnu wJiom dazr.ld eyea The wbnla world poured iu vat aurpriKe. The open heaveu wu far too near, TIm Brut day liijht too a-t and clrar, To let dim ate lilt new-tfalned ken On Ui bate-clouded face of men. But irtlll they questioned, Who art thon now? What btattucu been T Who art thou T 1 hon art not he who yeaterday Sat here and bested beeide tha way ; For he as blind. . And I am he: For 1 wai blind, but now I e. He told the atory o'er and o'er ; It a hla full heart's only lore; A prophet on the Bihha'h day Hd toocheo hla alxLtleea ejes with 7lay, And made him aeo who had been blind. Their words paeeed bv him I:ke the wind Which ravea and howlo, but cannot shock The buudred-futhoiE-rooted rock. Their threats and fnry all went wide; They could not tonrh his Hebrew prido, Their sneers at...

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. — 6 May 1875

X LOOK! THE CITIZEN. The pencil marks yon see around this paragraph (thus) mean that your sub scription is out or unpaid, and that yoa are requested to pay tip at -once We would take great pleasuie in extend ing credit to our friends and patrons but cash alone will pay expenses, and we are forced to adhere to a strict cash rule. We hope you will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of such a course, and renew your subscription without delay. We solicit your favor. S We enter no .new names on our boo La without the money in ailn'-oa FACTS AND FANCIES. L. W. McCord, Proprietor! Oflice Xorthnaat coruorof the Square, Dp Stain. thkih or kdbhckiption: Two Dollnra per Aiuinui, lit Advance. VATKii or riticn roil auvkbtuthoi mpack. . 1 mo. t mo. mo. ma. 11 me. (Iflf Kflrlir. f J M (4(10 6 Of) $800 M) 'I wo mjlHirea....... 1 00 6 m 10 00 20 00 6 lJ 8 ID 111 Ul 1J 10 r ij 'tl ml B 10 10 Ul 1 ttj 18 11 '.tl III 10 ur 12 UO IN lit j I oi i: on 15 oo 26 00 Ml 00 4 ai It' ID IS 00 2 00 o go rou...

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. — 6 May 1875

IsTO. 18 TTT A RTTT CITIZB1T. VOL 17 THE gtttktski itizcn By the Citizen rrinting Co. X. "W. MoCOUD, Editor and Manager L. I). McCORD, Associate, THURSDAY, 31 AY 6, 1875. SCHEDULE. tf. & I). A G. S. R. Ii., Decatur Divis'n Mail & Accoin. south 1 :2 1p. m Passenger train ' 10 :03 p. m Mail train north 8 :50 a. m. Express '.rain north 8:25 p. M. Freight " " I:38a.h. " 44 south...... 12:35 p.m. M. A C. It. K., at Decathr. Mail train east 10 :38 P. " " west 11 :52 p. CLIPPINGS. Joseph Jefferson nails for Europe thia sum mer to KpcnJ two years in travel. The man who doesn't bang out his shingle and advertise dies and leaves no sitfn. ThoMi who rise to eminence suddenly are very apt to come back by the next train. Who ever saw old ae that did not applaud the past and condemn the present timef Georgia has a law that fines for violation of Sabbath laws shall go for the support olfrab bitn Schools. A Raid of buffalo gnats i reported by tel cgrap h from Memphis, resulting in a great d...

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. — 6 May 1875

! i v VOL- 17 TIEEEJ ZFOTISIKII CITIZEN". ZLsTO. 18 Palaslri Citizen. Citizen I'r luting Company. .. V. McCORD, Editor and Manager, THURSDAY, MAY C, 1875. goal Qtvct. Agreiits for the Citizen. K. W GRAVES, Minnow Ford. JDK BROWNING, Aspo.n Hill. II. C. McLAURINE, Propect. OKAYTON REAGAN, Botliel. A. L. PRENTICE, Curapben'Bvill. A. W. MOORE, Elkton. T. K. BDKOIE, l'ulaski. .1. S. II AYS, Bufoi J Station. .1. .1. PHILLIPS, Bodenham. Thu alovo ifi'ti tlemc.n are authorized to re orivu Hubitcription for tlio Citizin. We want an aunt and correspondent at itvcry Pimt Oilice in the county. Who will act fur nit at other Pottt OIuY-umi Tin: thermometer went down Ct lat Monthly morning in I'ula.-iki. to V? lint one marriage and n deaths this week. Well, that will keep things rather even. Onr real estate transfers show an nneommoii Inisiness inland tradiug, amounting to $U:i,ti 12,10. Hill fc Iialli iii ine have (tome of that linely ll.ivoifil While Maxwell Houtte Syrup. Try it. apr22 4t. .-. ...

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. — 6 May 1875

A. ICT. In tt?wih ara,Tir r.f rlin.!. ti-.r in a itrrrl f lr-.ai 4k artown r. uo-win artO antnmnal liav w rr-'i ff'rtw, Th rr-off nil i hao wa nick to rrt ; arw Us r.rot) ridtr-r b".. '1 . . r"Tl trwJ, th 1 Ant rlomA in mr-'iowr.i l:e;: hr. hm1 rlTr ' n r-ramj awar Th 4W1 forlorn t-.arl th-n no .-r rr Si irrtx r.f htr.la nor inarch fl i .ar, T arnt of 4-.ine Irar.. . (t, t;, vr, ,But tuy awxec voir, wm aa I r.arvt to trar. Ton drova r.rl u:krt, h t wT.nl-i -,r-1 to nr. Lirai.r.Tolna 1rr.,.jr-rl 1ms u aix-i-nt wwi: ; Ii-ar loVa! o my rtntrj. I rra Ti rmlrl r rir! n4 win! :n wh.r.-. r!i 4w!l J'nt lhfmn' wo.n' hrart an.1 w'.ir.riT-ry Of rat7 aa nrfnV3-'l. o aw.?, ar. .ir To OM ail wary f ,h WOT, 4 vr:f, ' That left no lavir.'ji that he -r. to war. I aaid, ah, rrwnrrrr-tlr.a r.i taa :i'r. That comra too !. airj or mortth nt AO. rr,iehi bars brew," t.e tar0 ac wnsr an-i fair, Aa4 I am od anrl wr7 ; wiiii f r ta Th wr.r o ta fi.l f m-riv, n,,lT A worlrl o hat and WTatn : l-.hrr.ar! Wlrh h...

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. — 13 May 1875

THE CITIZEN L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office N'ortbaaat comer of the Squire, Up Slain tkrw or auBscRirriov: Two Onllara per Annum, In AdvaaCA. KATCS Or I'&ICKJI FOB lUTUTUUtai rACC 1 mo. i mo. 3 mo. mo. 12 mo. Ons Kiari... f 2 60 4iia f & or) 8 01) 1 10 UT Tw o miliar- 4 (m s (i (11 in (m m nc 6 Ml 10 10 00 Tliree fctutrt.,, ti Ml Kour M)iinrn....M A ! Oli-foiirttl Cel. - 1(1 li ( (lie llilril (!.... IJ til (iiir-imlr lol II ("i ohm , . -f hi 2(1 OS 11 no 10 Oil I I' uo 12 00 IS IU 2 00 .(U U) 4 (U mi to 10 ; en 40 00 b) (Jt 76 IS 1&0 a I 1 lJ rt 1(1 15 U) 'Jll III a ii 411 in VOLUME XVII. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1S75. NUMBER 10. Miff WWlMPlf '- (Cf flW TIMELY TOPICS. Thibty-seven million dollars' worth of petroleum leaves this country every year, Qdekn Via. will be fifty-six on the 24th of next month. Fat, fair, and fifty-six. News from all over Arkansas is to the effect that the prospect for a fine wheat crop was never better. Tnit Oshkosh fire depleted 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. — 13 May 1875

TTT . A RTTI OITIZB1T. VOL 17 JT'. T..J t. IT-- By the Citizen Printing Co. I "W. MoCOUD, Eaitorand Manager L.. X. McCORD, Associate, THrRSDAY, : : MAY 13, 1875. SCHEDULE. N". & T. A G. S. R R., Decatur Iivi-Tn Mail A Accom. south Fassenrer train " Mail train nortli ... . Kxpresa train north . Freight " " " " south, . . . 1:2 1 P. M. 10 :05 p.m. 8:."0 a. m. .8 : p. m. . 7:.'Dl a.m. 12:35 p.m. M. A C. li. K, at Dkcathr. Mail train east 10 :;W p. M. " west 11 :52 p. M. HT Le. Castro, was recently indicted In Knoxville, under the law prohibit ing lotteries and had to pay $'J22. tlT Hon. Ben. If ill U elected to Con gress from the Oth district of Georgia, in place of McMillian, deceased. The American Colonization Society sent only twenty-even negroes to Libe ri last year. It cost $1G,)500 2.j to ex patriate these persons. XW Hon. J. B. McCreary U tlie dem ocratic nominee for Governor of Ken tucky. II U competitors were Gen. Jno. S. (Cero Gordo) Williams, and Col. J. Stoddard Johnson...

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. — 13 May 1875

TOL. 17 Pulaski Oitizcu. , Citizen Vrintimj Company. 1.. W. McCOUI), Editor and Manager, fill' USD AY, : MAY 13, 1875. gwal Qtvc. A fronts lor tle Citizen. K. W OBAVEK, Minnow Ford. JOE BKOWNING, Axpen Hill. H. C. McLAURINE, Propcct. DRAYTON KEAOAN, Bethel. A. L.. PRENTICE, CampbullWille. A. W. MOORK, Elkton. T. K. UUK(iIE, Pulaski. .1. S. II A TS, Buford Station. .1. .1. PHILLIPS, Boticnliuin. T!iu aliove tfeiitlciituti re authorized to re ceive nuhsciiption for the Citizwn. Wo wunt an fluent and corrur-poudunt at evury Post Oiticu in the county. Who will art tor ui at other Pout OlflVewf C?T" For choice parched Coffee V. It. Cham it Co. go to tW The machinery for lite tluiiiiii;r mill is being received. inilN will he of immense capacity. new The tlf" Have yon tried them? I mean those splendid cheap cigars at lninau'g. may Li lit 157" Mr. I. L. Bridges was called to Alabama lust Friday night to attend the hurial of a sifter, who died upon that day. -- It you havn't tried those chea...

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. — 13 May 1875

Laura.. THE riEST BLOOD OF THE REV OLUTION. The press is now teeming with ac counts of interesting proctedirjcrs re cently held in Massachusetts, at Con cord and Lexington, in commemoration ' the centennial anniversary of the battles fought at thoae places by the Ijrave and patriotic people, of that day in resistance to the tyrannical and des potic measures of the British govern ment. All honor to those old heroes ' They deserve all that has been said and done in honor of their memory for their participation in the strnpple for our national freedom. They are entitled to the undjmg gratitude of the whole country, and will continue to receive it as long as onr country remains free, and as long m liberty has votaries in the It A'l this is freely admitted. But the first blooa of the revolution was not hed at Concord and Lexiogton, nor are the heroes who participated in those battles entitled to such honor. That they are, however, is the commonly it may bo aaid the universallyreceived be...

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. — 20 May 1875

It LOOK! X The pencil mark a yoa ace around this paragraph (thus) mean that your snb- Ofilce Northeast coruorof tlir Square, Up Stair. scriptiop ia out or unpaid, and t'.mf you are requested to pay up at once. We would take great pleasure in extend TJCHUH or ftlTBMCKIPTlON; Ttvu Itallai-a er Annum, In Advauu. xth or pkicu ro AnvutTuma: i'acc. 1 mo. 2 mo. 2 m mo. 12 me. ing credit to our friends and patrons, but cash alone will pay expenses, and we are foroed to adhere to a strict cash n Kpmr $ I it) 4 IV S 00 ((CO f 10 W role. We hope yon will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of such a course, and renew your snbscriptiou without delay. We solicit your favor. o KUHr 6 Ul r UU 10 00 12 00 16 00 a no JO 00 4 U HI 141 20 08 II 00 II lirp ()iiHres.. III & lit S (C 10 Ul 14 U) ih iu Ji IV i m 2b W 40 0 On ui 76 Ul ISO Of iif-fout I b Otl Mir ftiutre- lliinl il.. ..If 1 i:l VOLUME XVII. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1S75. NUMBER '20. We enter no new mimes on our books wi...

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. — 20 May 1875

TOL 17 THI GITIZB1T. fghc jJiiUmhi Cfeitizcn Jiy the Citizen Printing Co. Tj. "V. McCOltD, Kdilor ami Manager X. I. McCOUD, Associate, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1875. SCHEDULE. iC. 4D.4G. S. Ii 11., Dc-cut ur Divis'n Mail &, Aci oin. south 1 :lJ 1p. lassenrcr train " 10:05 v. Mail truiu north 8:50 a. Kxpress train north 8:"r. Kn-i'ht " " 7:.!8a. " " south, 12:35 p.m. M. & C. II. Mail train east. . " " west K. AT Df.CATI.K. 10 :3s P. 11 :52 P. .Jo. K-mI Alive. The Homier cf yesterday nays Jo. lU-eJ, the murderer of Uoht. Frazier, is alive having made hid escape after he ing thrown over the Suspension briilge. It Bays a physician of Xaslivillo dressed his wounds, nnd can testify to the fact that he is alive. The income of the New York Herald last year was $1,700,000, of which $(J00, 000 went to J. U. liennett. The citizens of Alabama vote August 3rd upon the proposition of holding a convention to revise the Constitution. The General Assembly of the South ern l'resbyterion Church meets...

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. — 20 May 1875

VOL. 17 Pulaski Citizen. tt Citizen Printing Company. I.. V. McCOHI, Kditor and Manager, niLKSDAY, : 3IAY 20, 1875. Agents for the Citizen. K W (JIIAVKS, Minnow Ford. .IOK ISKOWNlNti, Ar-i-n Hill. II. C. Mt'LAt'KINK, l'rocpect. MliAYTUN 1IEAUAK, ISethel. A L. ri'.KNTICK, CuhiijUsU'bmIIh. A. W. MuiiliK, Klkton. T. K. lillMMK, I'ulHki. .1. s. 1I.VS, liut'oiJ Station. .1. I. l'llll.Ul'S, Ilo.lciihain. Tli'! uliove L";"tli 'n' aro authorized tu re-ee'm- MiViHciii'tion lor the Citizen. We want an iijent and correspondent at i vi rv I'imt Oitiee in ilia county. Who will u t l"r P at oilier l'ont Oilicei.? Kirlitv-oiic docket litis Court. jiistol cues on tlto Vf- Hon. city Monday Hilary Ward whs in the lr. it. II. Rivers will preach at the Methodist Church next Sub buth morn ing I-iy The brick masons across way xtruck last Monluy. They traded in a day or two. the re- t7Thc cases against the Kiggin boys, (.'Ink and (inrrett, were continned in iiiniiial Court, Monday. t5J""Jndg! Logan receiv...

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. — 20 May 1875

f f I A EIDE FOR A KINO. We writ of a Cbribtnias gambol a gambol which, if bgun in fun, yot left its life-long maik ou the life of more than one we hope to introduce to onr reader. Time of innocent mirth nad relaxation as it is, there are often strange mysteries brewed, ai well as punch, by the side of the Yule Lop, and there may be more jiotent spirits while the fragrant fames are fining than the mixer thereof wots. Very, very different in bis aspect is Christmas in the town, or the pame time-honored old personage in the country Louse. It is as he appears at the latter we now wish to introduce him ti ur readers ; so we will aik them for the nonce to lose all idea of streets ankle-deep in enow or slush, or the same nnd"r a" sea of black mud aided by fo?s and smoke grinied walls to make all tliiusrs des olate. Very different is Eldon Hall in the midst of its trim lawns, fir-girt park, aud copses of red-berried hollies. A decidedly jolly place, to spend your Christinas at was Eldon Ha...

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. — 27 May 1875

THE CITIZEN. L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Oftiio X'ir:iici turner nf tlnSinar, L'p Sialra Tv lollMr ir Ahiimmi. In Advanu katk or I'Uicmi roii Anvkitriaxxot mpack. 1 1110. 2 mo. aio. 6 mo, 12 mo. One finn.. I' VI 4 IV f & 00 8 00 K) of TWO MJIIrtDH t id tint tJ JO 00 &i 00 Tliri-t iKiiHri.i.. it) S '0 in I" I II 00 U 00 ..... Kjiin.. . u vi fw w .-3 W I Mie-foun il il III ' l. iti Is til '25 UO n op or. I Mi-1 li 'r-t I .' ' n In ii! 'Mm :tn (gi Mi . 40 0C IK'-I Mil t Ul US 75 UB ( IU iw a TIMELY TOriCS. Cait. F.ads Lopes to Lave his jetties built and deep water at the month of the Mississippi in eighteen months. Geo. II. PniCE, iho Adams express messenger who killed a robber in his car recently, has been voted 1.000 in gold by the directors. England s'icks to muzzle-loadiDg ar tillery, and is manufacturing it an ex pense of $1,EOO,0(!0 annually, while the rest of the world won't me anything but broech 'o ider?. Some of the French journals treat the reports of the alarmists abo...

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