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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 16 August 1867

9 ' F. O. McCOKB, Local 1iitr. FRIDAY MORNING, -AUG. 16, 1867. Nashville 6c Decatur Ita.il ICoad Depar -lures. 1'ascngcr Train North, 'J. 55 a. it. fc'T.27 r. '. " South, b.CjA.. m. fe lliS7 P-. v. Freight Train North, - 0.02 a.. it. ; - Sooth, .1,85 p. m. 5?" Tickets to all points North and South'.'..... T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. . The arrangaraent of the different days' proceediags of tba Fair as published on the outside of to-day's paper it supposed to be imporfoct. It will "appear cbrfect 'in circulars. .- . - . .For Sale... ; J A' first-rate-" 6 octave, round cornered, iron frame, rose wood piano, well tuned and in good repairi'iiT'Jdeofferd at pab Hio ssje "at the, court house n-Satur.day. the 44th iost." ' It' ' Another, portion of that .' beautiful and '-celebrated Mid-Bridge - terna is advertised or eala vn this paper by tho UrBsiae, Iath. 'Adams. : This is ' or. 9 cf tisa.rsast desirable farms in Giles county,, aud oilers a rare chance for' investment. ' " ' One of tho.bes...

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 August 1867

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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 August 1867

IT n 1 1 I 1 . 1 M 2 f - t 1 0 ttt a ri i rr iUJ 1.1 Jl AjVy.LLAlli VOLUME 9. BUSINESS CARDS, Fasliionablo Boot Maker, ? In rear of Kountrt aiid. lLichardonV Saloon,' East Side'PuLlicf Spuare, 3 Pulaski, Term. WE are stippled with tLe very lrot material, and employ none but firat viass workniuu. i'ecl iiig eoniideut thatwe ctm trivo Batisiaetioa to all, wu respectfully ojicit a i-harc of tho im Llio patron age. All styles of Ladiu'd tjkooa made U nkr--itad measures takea at LLu residence it' desired. . j . . . . la.tylTtf IIAHTIII & SHIfKAHAE, jMIercliant Tailors, NORTH SJDEOF PUiiifo UAfa PULASKI, WE havo just received an elegant stoe: of chAhs, Caaimorca, Vcatinir. '.t'riuuuiutfs, eve-., which werofsolected with frrcat care.and W-e'are prr-pared to make complete outtits fur frt;iitloi:in in .-plciidid Htylti. (Jutting and repairing dom i-Ui dispatch. . april-2') ly IdAKTlN te SHL'M AilAK: DENTAL- OTRID. HAVING -iwrmancntiy lotted in IVtaski fur the purpose of practicing 1 trit...

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 August 1867

3 I.. V. MrCOKl), I'dilor n J Publi-h i. Kiusi in the riht t he I rl ii ti n if Press r-ln.ii! 1 be, The tyrant' foe, the chanipioj. of the free; Faithful mid .oiiI.:.ut to its suiud trust ';dm in its utterance in its judgments just; Wise in j t tuncl in-.'; incorrupt and strong Ty Kpccd the right and to denounce U e wrong. T Kit. MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Koiir Dollars (-or Annum, luvtiriably in Advance. ptjlase:i, FRIDAY MORNING, AUG. 23, lliJ7 Mockery of Justice. ' A gentleman related te us an incident which occurred at the lato term of the Cruninal Court at Pulaski, which Ktrongly illustrates tho vindicliveness and prejudice which still prevail in some quarters against the colored people. A colored man, eee ing throe strange hogs, unmarked, passing by hia cabin, turned them into his lot, and aftoi wards killed one of tho porkers. Sometime after, tho owner of the hog3 came and claimed his properly. The col ored man readily j;ave the hoga up and paid for the one he had killed. Neverthe ...

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 August 1867

! 1 O. McC'Oltl), Local Mditor. FRIDAY MORNING, AUG. 3, 1EG7. Nashville Itc;tlur Kail iJoud Ifepar - t'ussonger Trahi-s North, 9.55 a. m. A; 1 v M ' -South, v.Soa. M.&n.i;7v Freight Train Nurth, '.'.02 a " South, l.C5i- M. . ii. U. Tickets, to ull point Noith uijJ Bmtli. T. S. WKST.MUi;i:LAM), A?'t Coukt. His Honor Judge Ward re lumed Igist Tuesday from a trip to the springs and resumed Lis seat upon the tieucli. We understand tLero is to be a bull at "Elkmont Springs to-night. Many of our fun-loving citizens intend goinj down- Wo kriowthoy will have a good time.' This section has been visited within the past few days with copious showers of rain, giving fresh lifo and vigour to the already promising crop3. By reference to card it will bo been that 'tbo proprietor of the Tennessee lfoue has Teduced tho price of day board to 84 pc-r week. A etep in tho right direction. Col. Jas. F. Drake advertises hU val uables farm for Eale in this paper. TLid is one of riehest farms in the cou...

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. — 23 August 1867

S. 4 ' - - a - l- 3 V ,V V p V E. AV. :t oiii, Editor " j Mill !.!: ib-hl he 1 I 1 1 . t T n 15 El'" - -hoe id he, '!';..: tvr. tit.- f. '. the chanrpb.r of the flee; !':.:! liYr.l tm! ' 1 ;i lit t" its s:n red trust f'uliit in it iitt:.,i.a'.-u hi its fid oments .i'i.t ; Wi.-.i in it.- t. in-; iin orraj '- a!1 1 stron.r Tu speed iho rl'lit utul U leio'irr-c t! c ivrmi'. met wjssi i:i. l"t s"U"ai;C rr fcTAiu.. TEEMS oV SUESCElPTloN. Four I-Tl.-r.- per Annum, In variably in Alv::n I v I ! benif et i i!. .; v.d iit :bo0 per 'lai :. ( I id 75 -i nl.j niu.i1... r of i . hi s cr a for cneh ; 111 to.S !!, ' sequcl't in.-e-rtl t 1 - e .1! A'.l. vrt'...wl:i-:l: uw V.'i'..:i II:" .. r: ft iV'ji. -ir.-l l.-tM Immci rtis-1 .. th- ;-t.?iO:,.r r.-t.s iMiti! ordered .-i.t. l.tsl of Prirs ft:.- A ! riis'ft 4 1UOS.- j --tlOr 0 lilt I fl-' ls ,0 i .11. -j r, n in-v' in 1 so rare, squares .squnres .senates El ! h" 11! ' i l olinnii 1.'. V- column i IS H '': i 23 I : 1 oolnnin ! : j A dvei Lisoinents ...

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. — 30 August 1867

V 1 M 0 VOLUME 9. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1S67; NUMBER 35. xM. . ' Ay X tux ! ; n . h n i f I. I t 3 8 1 If BUSINESS CARDS, I. 1R. .ELLIS, Fashionable Boot Ilaker, In rear of Kounts . and Richardson's Saloon, East Side Public Spuare, Puiaski, Tenn. : " WE are suppled with the very best material, and employ none but first class workmen. Fil ing confident that wo can give satisfaction to all, wo respectfully solicit a share of the public patron age. All styles of Ladio's Shoes made to order aud measures taken at the residence if desired. ... mayl7tf IIMiTIII & SHUriAHAE, i, --,-- Merchant Tailors, NORTH SIDE OF rUBLIC SQUAEE, PULASKI, TT7E have just received an elegant stock of cloths, VV Casimer-s, V8tin.M,.Trinittnr;rs, vV ".'(.re - .: ' ' i'-'! r ;ul eare. ana u if Hv . llUlltf sua re i i I 1 f s UOriO Willi Kt - , . .I bprll-'i ly MAKTIN St BilUMAiiAi:. DENTAL - HAVING permanently located in Pulaski for the purpose of j-ractieir.d Dentistry in its variou...

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 August 1867

I,. W. JUcC'OItU, Editor iud Publiher. KiKMin the right the Printing Pres should be, The tyrant's foe, tlio champion of the free; KniiliYul an'l constant to Us sacml trust 'alm in its utterance in its judgments jut;""? Wiso in IU teaching; incorrupt and strong, To fed the right and to denounce the wrong.- ErrHE v j;t eiok rctiio f qcare cp btaiks. " TKKMS OFuliSCKlPTioN. Fowr iJvIIflrs per Annum, Invariably in Advance. FIUDAY MORNING, AUG. 10, 1867 Eight and Wrong. The New York Herald is a roaster at de finitions, and Bbould turn lexicographer for the times. Ha commends the President for commencing the work of reform, and intimates that it will be right if bo suc ceeds and wrong if he fails. Thus' Bays that paper : : ' As la ultimata right, wa suspect that here, as in many other great cases, the act will be judged in relation a ii& re etiUs j in other words if the Frebident carries, his movement so far as to recommend it to the people to make it a.-popular tuccess it will be rig...

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. — 30 August 1867

1 1 O. 3IcCOIl, Local Editor. PTJLASICI: TZEnSTlsr, FRIDAY MORNING, AUG. 30, 1B67. Nashville At Decatur Rail Itoad Depar tures. I'assonger Trains North, 9.55 a. m. & 7.27, r. a. " " South, f.55 x. M. & 11.57 p.m. freight Tram North, . 0.02 a.m. " ' South, ' 1.55 r. m.1 tST" Tickets to all points Noith and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. Our young friends Bob Shapard and Jko. Rstnelds left ' last Tuesday for New York to purchase their fall stocks.. Look out for something nice when they return. The local returned last Monday from a short trip to the good old county of Lin coln. He found everything lovely and se rene in that county. We neglected to call attention to the ad vertisement of McAlister & Whless, Nashville, last week. These are 6afe men, 8 is known to' most' pf our planters and merchants. . - . '. Among the new advertisements .in this paper may be. found that of Geo. C. Al len Se Co.. Nashville, Teno. This is an old established house and deserves a liber al patr...

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 August 1867

lutein St f W. .UfCOKl), L'ditur J-ii l Julliiif r. Kikm in tl.o riu'l t 1 ! i o I'riiititiir Press should be, Tl.e f vriuit's f o, the cliiinij iu of the free; KuilL'fii! and constant to its sacral trust . Calm in its utterance in its ju. laments just; Wise in iU ti iu'liinz; incorrupt and strong To speed llio r t I i t and to dcuounco the wronp." 'rricK WKST f liK PfULIC fQUAFf UP PT A IKH . TKKMS OF SLMiSCJUPTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advert i.-emcnts inserted at: $1,)0 per square, (10 lines or lees, in this tpe,1! for tLo tirc-t, ami 1o cents for :aeh subsequent insurtiuii..,.. Advertisements non marked with tit.s nmidx r of insertions denirod will !o inserted and charged for i-t the regular rate; until ordered out. Lift of I'rices for Advertis:iiK: I mo 2 mo. 3 iuos- . ii mos. j lyr. i,2o $7 10 15 20 S.r.O 11 15 IS I 25 12 15 13 . 25 I 30 II IS 23 80 I 35 15 20 25 C ,r,0 IS 22 80 83 j CO 25 30 (40 50 75 30 , W ' J 55 75 j 110 1 sq...

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 September 1867

rnTjl 1 icUii 1TWTT A CilTlY No 1 i 0 VOLUME 9. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1867, NUMBER 3G BUSINESS CARDS, i. :e. ellis, Fashionable Boot Maker, In Tear of Kounts and Richardson's Saloon, East Side Public Epuare, Pulaski, Tenn. W are suppled with tho very best material, and employ none but first class -workmen. Feel ing confident that wo can Rive satisfaction to all, we respectfully solicit a share of the public jatron ago. All styles of Labia's Shoes made to order and measures taken at tho rcwdenco if desired. raavl7tf H&BTIH & SHUHAHAR, , Mercliaiit. Tailors, NOETIISIDEOF PUBLIC SQUAKE, PULASKI. WE havo just rocoivdd an elegant stock of cloths', Caairnerca, Vutins, Trimmings, AiO., which weroBelected with rreat euro, and wo are prepared to make complete outfits for gentlemen in tj.lundid ty!o. Cutting and repairing done with dispatch. aprilttJ ly MXKT1N & SIIUMAIIAR. DENTAL CAED. HAVING permanently located In Pulaski for tho purpose of practicing ...

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 September 1867

o&y to j JL. V. McCOKI), liditor f nd Publisher. Kmii in tho right the Printing Vtuh should be, Tim tyrant's foe, tho champion of the free; Faithful and constant to itn sucred trust Calm in it utterance in its judnicnts just;" Wisoln' its tcachini; incorrupt and strong; To fieJ tho rlirlit and to denounce tho wrong.J OrrlO WEt.T f:IE PUBLIC fcQUAUK CP STAIRS. .TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four- HHurs per Annum, Invariably in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, SEP'TR. 6, 1BG7. THE EIGHTH ANNUAL; FAIR OF THE GILES COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AND -.MECHANICAL Society, Will bo held ftt PULASKI on WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY, October 2d. 3d & 4tli, 18G7. General Amnesty. It i3 now believed at Washington that tho President will bood issue a general am nesty proclamation, which will, perhaps, include Davis, Lee, Beauregard & Co. Such a proclamation ought to have been issued two years and half ago. Presidential Proclamation. The president has just issued a proclama tion of general warning and comm...

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 September 1867

ttkss lu r. O. McCOIiD, Local j:?hyv. PULASSI. TSI:!!, FRIDAY HORNING, SEP'TR. C, 1GG7." Niilville Sl Decatur Kail iioad Depar turcs. Passenger Train.s North, 9.55 a. it. & 7.27 P. it. " South, 9.55 A. li.it 11. G7 p.m. Froight Traiu North, . 9.02 a. m. ' South, -T 1 .?.5 p . m. 2?" Tk-kcta to all points Noith and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. corporation. Not a gun was discharged until they had rca'o"h:d"il:e hue ling grounds. They did not furra ia line and Sro volleys towards tho earcp. A stray shot may have fallen in the neighborhood of tho camp, but it v;a3 not directed that way through any malicious design. VLea they wero sud denly confronted by an excited snml of Militia, some such unguarded and foolish remark as tho 'one quoted above may have Mrs. Adams' School. We are author ised to announce that Mrs. Katuas Ad am's, bo well and favorably known . aa a teacher, will open again on Monday, 2nd .September. Young ladies from the coun try can procure boarding in private far...

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 September 1867

I 5 r. ,jyVifiJ.i, L,. XV. MtCOIU), i aitor rsiJ f ab'.i-hir. . Fiiim 'm the riuhtthc Printing Press should bo, The tyr.mt's foe, t!io champion of the free; Faithful find constant to it sacred trust Calm in its nttcraneo in Its judfrmcn ts just ; "J Wiso in its teuel.inr; incorrupt and strong, To Keed the riht and to denounce tie wron." ' goFFM'E WEST irE I-t J LIC FQUAKE Ufr 6TA1U8. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in AJvunco. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserte 1 ut 2,00 per square, (10 lines; oilees, in this typo, " for the first, ami 75 cents for each snbscquent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions dosirod w ill ho inserted and chanred for f. tho regular rates until ordered out. List of Prices for Advertising: 1 mo $-1.25 8,50 12 14 15 IS 25 80 2 inos. 7 11 15 13 20 22 30 4 3 inos- $10 15 IS 23 25 ?,) 6 JIIOS. lyr. 2) 25 0 1 equaro, 2 square 8 squares 4 nqnurcb i column ifi column column 1 column I 13 I 25 80 85 S3 ...

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 September 1867

AITFT! 1 1 I I i y 5: .! -1 VOLUME 9. ' PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MOUSING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1SG7, NUMBER 37. r FF.T7 1 ii JjnLk3ivi.iL JLiZJ.tLLIlN HJJL ""BUSINESS CARDS, I. 11. ELLIS, Fashionable Boot Maker, rcur of Konnts itnl Ilielinrdaon's Saloon, Eat Side Iutlic Spuare, Pula-! i, Trnn. In " TTE uro suppled with Ii3 very he.st material, and V employ none, but firs chisH workmen. iri.il- jn conii.loit tliut wo i'.ii rive sutisfuetioii to nil, wu r-npi-etfedly solicit a si. tiro, of tlio puhhe patron ii'e. All styles of Lalh'H Shoes iinide to or.kr and ine:i:iiren taken ut tho reiddcneo it' d.ired. rnuvlTtf H&RTI1J & SHUBXAHAB, jVrorolirxiit Tnilorss, KOKTII F1DK OF1 l'Ur;TJC SQUAKE, PULASKI. WE have just seccived Jin ch-frant stock of eloths, Oimi meres, Vesting. Tiimminp-s, c, which were-seleetod with grout cure, mrU vu urc prepared to make complete outfits fjr gentlemen in s-plenui.l rityle. Cutting ana rupturing uouo wiui ai-p;iun. ut.ril'ii; ly M A KT 1 N it S 1 ! U M A...

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 September 1867

I.. V. ni-COKI), Kditor i'u.l liiblihcr. Fikm iii tin: rilit the Printing Press should lie, The tyrant's (':, the champion of the flee; Faithful ami constant t" its sacred trust !:ilm in its utterance ill its judgments jti.-1 ; x Wise ju its leav.hing; ihcorvv.pt and strong, 'I'o j-j-i-.l tin- light anil to i!i:!iounc(; t) wron?. (.MKricK wm f.iiik ruul.io sql'ai:k uj- 8Tiks. ' TERMS Of'sUP.NCRI PTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, SlI,,TU..13. 1UU7 Gold in New York wan 31.45$ on Wed nesday, and brokers wore asking 81.40 in Nashville. Wheat in Nashville sold a follows : lteu, 81.0i; Amber, 2.00; White, 82.05 Tho eiyna are cheering. Daily the Nor thMii press more and more indicate"! a rev olution of public sentiment, which is oiri on to the dethronement of the Radical party- New Cotton 30 Cents. Mes.srH. Hailoy, Ordway & Co., Bold a halo of new cotton on Wednesday last at 30 cents. Tin's is a better price than our farmers will obtain after awhile,...

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 September 1867

raw , T. O. Ul, J. oc.nl r.ditr.r. FRIDAY MORNING, SEF'TR. 13. 1CC7. Nnshvill f.. Imati:r Kail !Nal I) ;nr t urrs. Passenger Train-. N-irih, '..',; a. m. t 7.1"i r. jr. " " South. ;..-.- a. m. K'.Or, i-.m. Freight Train North, '..v a. :.r. " '' Koutb, l.r.-, r. ,,. EST.TieJrcts. in all .inf.-iNcitl and Soulli. T. S. V EsTMOHELA N I , At. ANNUAL FAIR OF THE GILES COUNTY Society, Will 1)0 held nt PULASKI on WEDNESDAY, TI if USD AY & ITJPAY, Ocloher 2d. 3.1 & 4th, 1C07 Attention is invited to ad vo tisomont of the Traders' Rink of Nashvillo in this pa per. Sovor.il little notices of importance, may be found nmnnjj the new advei tieements to-day. Anionj the most reliable commission and wholesale grocery houses in Nashville ia that of Bailey, Okdway & Co. Dr. Ordway is favorably known to every citi zen of Gilee county both as a gentleman nficJ n businePB man, while tho other mem bers of the Turn are equally popular with nil who havo dealings with tho house. Ro for to their ca...

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 September 1867

T-JL-i-.c (V J -' i 1 1. '1 I 1 i X c ' f e -i ; i f i r . -- n -.. r. t r. A I DKY G'JODS! NA8II V Ij.hE CARDS. G0CKIES, IIAUDWAKE MISCIiLLANEOUS. ci-j.j..t:y iii'-ii' Ijixca iri IIj fa; oJ. i '. 1 di-h.-i. Kium in tho litrht t !.s I'j'n. )!!.' i'r id he. The I r.iut'e I t !,; eh:impi.., i 1' t he iVc'S t;iitliVu! tmd cin-taid, its r:;crl tried. Calm in it.-, l. M-r:: ie its i t i . ' lTii t -. l ; ts j n t , Wise in it to;-l:iji; i ;; nipt and li'vug, To j ci- 1 lli-. right and to ii' u nvt- ', I e wrum.-. .i k-i: wi.i-t mm. iv i.i.m ;-ttv ai: i: i. r sta ma. f.. v.. r.!;-'.'t;::i r: Ti".i:Ms op si:j..-':i;irri()N'. F...ir Dollars per Anir-im, Invariably hi Av.,i;(x. Tcr'T of A d vr-J i -ii Ad rt i - i 1 lien t:, i ii. to i at ''.,'"' i r ( V) hue.-; t h'-, in ti.i. t jfpe.l f.,r t I.e. i.r't. a;i.l ".', !;! fur cadi r-111 .::i j 1 1 r r i t !!... rli-!l. Advrtl -:!., .-!;1s !,.t .mas 1 -.-' ' ll ( ' amber of iti mtIiok.x dusirvd vvi'l ii:.-..r-- ! ami :i.ttrjed l'-r tho regular r...

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 September 1867

1 f it a . C1T .JU NT VOLUME 9. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1SC7, NUMBER 33. mm 1 MlSi : LA J t H I H I 1L vU BUSINESS GAUDS, I. "R. ELLIS, Fashionable Boot Maker, .la rear of Kounta and Hichardson's Saloon, East Sido Public Spnare, l'ula.ski, Tenn. s WE are suppled with the very best material, and employ none but lirst class workmen. Feci ' in confident that wc can give satisf:cion to all, we rcsTcctfally solicit a aharo of the public patron rifco. All style of Ladia'a thoea made . to order ftud meaaures taken at tho residence if. desired. - - rnaylTtf IIAHTIIT & SIIUItIAHAH, .Mercliant Tailors, ; NOETII SIDE OF.rUBLIC SQUARE, PULASKI, 'TT7"E have just received mi elegant stock of cloths, VV Casimorcs, Vesting, Trimmings, etc., which ' were delected with gTeat care, and we are prepared to make complete outfits for gentlemen in splendid style. Cutting' and repairing d'no with dispatch. upril-20 ly M AKT1 N fc sllUM A1IAK. , IDENT-AX. CAKD. HAVING permanentl...

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 September 1867

L. . 31tCOItl, Editor nil. Piibli-lier. Finn in tins risrht the Printing Press should be, Tin; tyrant's foe, the chain j.ioti of the free; Ful'SiVu! and constant to its sacred trust Calm in its utterance iuit-i jnd;rnii;nts jst;"T Wise in its teaching incorrupt ari'l strung. To si:eJ the ri'ht and to denounce tl e wrong. fcoKKICE WfcfcT SJI'K PfliLIC WAUL UP STA1K8. 'ti;i:m.s"of subscription. Four Dollar jver Annum, Invariably in Advance. PULASKI, TETlSr. FRIDAY MORNING, SEP'TU. 20, 18G7 Tus -Elkctios. The official returns of t'ie late election for Governor, to the Sec retary of Slate, are now complete, showing the following result : For W. G. lirownlovr, t3,CGG For E. Etheridge, 22,547 Total vote of the State 'JG.213 Majority for IJrownlow, 51,121 Gen. Howard, in order to reduce the expenses of the Freeduicn's Bureau to the narrowest possible limits consonant with the vie ws of Gen. Grant, has issued an important letter to tho Assistant Commis pioners, calling for a reduction of th...

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