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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 October 1867

MISCELLANEOUS. DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS. !!SCi.i LANEOUS. GROC'EIES,nAEpWAEE GROCP iS, II, TIBXbTIbT. I'. O. McCOIl, Local IvJitor. -l )ttt".a' FlllD AY MORNING, OCT'R. '25, 1CC7. ! Nfthvillft Ueeatur Itnil ItoK-.l l)c ;:ir -lines. F;n:;ciige.r Trains North, 'j. ."." a. m. & 7 -15 r. ji. . ti o a. J!. Jc l.'.Oo I-. M. THE WONDE'.l OF THE WOULD'. ! I in sTx:nnr.o?;n rme vi:vs att;:;: i AEB1YAL S ils i South, Freight Train North, t'.02 a. m. il -i South, 1 .05 p. M. J7jf" Tickets to uli points Xoitli niul Ko-.::h. T. P. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. Local item3 are so very scarce ami cur column1 so much crowded with new adver iiaements, vte havo not mads an attc-snpt to get up amythiog in that line thia week. An important notice to stockholders of the N. & U. Rrdroad is nven in this p-i- per. Any ono who lias k)3t a mule should read the no'.ice of Mr. Keeling in another col umn. Any onj wanting to purchase 100 bush--1.3 Red Wheat, call on Jas. A. P. SKIL LS RK. 1 ' NewvUail Routs.--We are t...

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 October 1867

'dik d-.k' k dv;.v SSI MOILNiXCr, OCT'R. 2b, 1CC7 Hen. A. G. Drown, of Miss'tippi, i icconi rpeech befoie rrfiss m?etir r, of thick?, expressed ll'i tu.U'Vs'.V.g iuh. views on toe in I ( q.ility : "Miti ii-,ko l'iV-n Minn before the in Lie law ; 1.1. :U is ilicy confer on tl.er.v equal civil nnl political rights; but they cannot mike l!.-ni of equal fctalure, cf t-iiual v. istlora,. or of tl.e swiio color. No more c:tu li.ey male then, socially equal. LVjeial equality depends oti agifcmtct, Tl.e l.-iws cannot enforce it. 1 cm no man's equal, eoci--illy, unlets be a o r e t a to lb c o q u al i t y . N o m :' n ba3 a ribt to uerna:; J it aaiiut my con st nt ; nnd tbid rule; is universal end ull porvadinj among ca -v.. Your raca is no exception to il.c rule. The bonos'., indus trious and fru-,1 among yoa do not admit to social equality tlio tlUlionest, iJ!e and wasteful ( f ytur own color, nor do while peopl-3. 3oci.il equ'ility is simply a nat ter of private agreement, r.nd is not to...

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 November 1867

BUSINESS GAUDS, TMiOM and after this date. I will insert whole rip T per set of Teeth fi r Fifty Dollars. Office North-west Corner of Public Square, ' " ' . ' PULASKI, TENN. - m. Mccarty, Kesident uecum. MISCELLANEOUS. Divs. J. 3?. fc J. T. Grant, DENTISTS. J AVIXG permanently located in Pulaski, tender Cl their professional services t the citizens of town and burrounding country. We are prepared to execute anything m our line in a neat und durable manner. Office: On 1st Main Bt:, at Mrs. Paynes, up .stairs. may 31-tf C. Ukown. Jas- McCaixcm. Wm. II. McCa-lcm. BROWN & Xtt'CALLUH, Attorneys at Law, PULASKI, TENN. WILL practice in Giles and adjoining counties, also in the courts of Bankruptcy and in the Supreme and Federal courts at Nashville. -jST.;Vrompt attrition will be given to all 'bntunessentrustod to them. lf Otttco old stand of Brown fe McCallum. Oetl-d5U&wiy T. SX. JONES & SOjSTS, Attorneys at Law. PULASKT, TENN. 3-0ffice same as formerly occup''d by Jones & ...

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 November 1867

L. V. MeCORi), Editor md Publi-Uer. to JOCHCE iT i?E PfULlO 8QCAKE STAIRS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four bollnr per Anuum, Invariably in Advance FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'R. 1. 18G7 Not a Candidate. Tha Press and Times saya : "We are authorized to an nounce that Judge Hilary Ward is not a Candidate for Judgta of the Eleventh Judi cial Circuit, composed of tha counties tf Maury, Giles, Marshall, Lewis, Lawrence and Hickman. After the completion of the- Nashville and Cincinnati railroad, the Henderson railroad, and the Tennessee and Pacific railroad, Nashville "will be one of the great est railroad centers in the United States, 3 the most important main lines running in every direction will pass through that city. We understand that an arrangement has been made by the different railroad compa nies at Nashville, and will go into effect on the 1st of November, by which freight will be transported to and from the Nash ville and Decatur, Nash villa" and Chatta liootnu Nashville and Northwestern a...

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 November 1867

fifteen. I V. O. McCOItD, Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'R. , 1867. " Nashville k liecattfr If ail Road depar tures. Tftisenger Trains North, 9.55 a. v. & 7.45 P. m. " " South, 9.55 a. M. & 12.05 p. m. Fnslgbt Train North, H.02 a. m. ' South, 1.35 p. ii. 15?" Tickets to all points Noith and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. Cohnan's Rural World, aa an agricultu ral guide, this journal has few if any equals, "being chiefly made up of practical hints from those whose experience entitle their words to weight. After the first of January next it will be issued weekly at present price two dollars a year ; address N. J. Colman, St. Louis, Missouri. If any of our readers thould possess a 'copy of the Rules and Regulations. Charter, fec., of any of the Kentucky Fairs, gotten ' up" on the joint a'ock plan, with fair .grounds and race track combined, they '..yr ill confer a favor by forwarding the same to us as a loan or gift. Please comply at once. ' 'Black Crook on exhibition at 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. — 1 November 1867

4 NASHVILLE CARDS. . 0 L. W. McCOKH, Editor rnd Publisher. fcOFFICE WEST BIDE rUHLIO SQ.CAr.E- TF STAIKS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollar per Annum, Invariably ia Advance. FMDAYM0KN1NG, NOV'R. 1. IC67 Practical Hints About Keeping: Milk from Souring. Milk is compound eubstance, made up of a mixture of oil, (butter,) sugar, caseice (curd), and water. If allowed to stand still the oily matter will rise to the top in th form of cream. There is a little free alkali (soda) ia the water of all sweet milk, tnd without this soda the water will not have the power to keep the curd dissolved. The suar of milk is also dissolved in the water. If this can get access to the air it is constantly inclined to change to ad acid, (tactic acid,) just as sweetened water chan ges to vinegar wher. exposed to air, and we can see just why milk curdles, und how it may be kept sweet. We all know that acids destroy or neu tralize the effects of alkalies such as soda, potash, lime. etc. As before 6tated, when...

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 November 1867

nrrnr Jill fTf A QUI i iJijo.iii j- VOLUME 9. BUSINESS CAriDS, ;P.OM and lifter this .la.;, I will ir..-crt whole up I1 per net of Teeth IV r Fifty Dollars. 0:nce North-west Comer of Public f? p.uirc, PULASKI, TENN. l.rjt. M. McCAKTY, liesidetit Dentist Dis. J. I. & J. T. Grant, DEKTIST3. -v. . TAVING permanent- v", f l 1 y located in l'u Wki t.'.'V tender their-orolcssional Kcrvices, tlie .citizens l - i t'- , - .-'-'.Xr?I town una surruium- --. -v-i-'ihip country. VYyyrijtii- 0ick:-0 1st Main v . 5J- ,r?s- - st., at Mrs. Paynes, lip r . . y '' , stair, may 31 tf C liuowv. .Ta.s. McCALLfir. W&i. II. McCallum. EliOWIT & H'GilLLUM, .A-ttorneys at Law, PULASKI, TENN. "7ILL practice in Giles a'.d adjoining coiiutits, V also in tho court of Bankruptcy and in the Supreme and Federal courts at Nashville. J'".' Prompt uttoUiun will he given to nil Lusinossentrusted to them. Z'i Office old stand of lirown Sc MeCullum, Oetl-l3t&.w1y T. jM. .TOjSTIUS & SOjSTS, Attorneys at...

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 November 1867

5 fj -4 .-"' -. e i I'' r 1 "A J :.! iv: if '' '. L .'.i.. : m i ion. I: . t-;v ; :j?u x.i.f3o:, r.r:ia:TjjY FKIL'AV MOtdXiXCr, NOV'Il. :!. IS-.:? Th i-M- of J. Mann cv C., N:n! v ! , sro off-ring -xtr- Mi.'ucfni-f:H to purcha sers through lli e.n i--u-.;n: t i: i- mori.irjj. Giv ; tV-ir i lvi'j Li '-ni-iii a -: t!s i: v-. -' ti:- its lli!i tlr which U3 ( t"i)i r;i":ii'.iic ViCtOI i-6 jr. New Y'llk, N'l-W Ji-lOV, H'li ISel tS, lvi!:Std. rt'. T!; l: ";'(- II i ii -(! h '.Ve ainod . vf i y u iii-i ". r-afij t;leat iriii-jiit'tK i- sr:ft.k. ii ((-n.iin il.at New YoiU 1 : -i s- .' i. limiiv fur t ! s Iii r,n crfti-y, aiul il.nl i!.m U idic.i m.-ijoiiiy in JI?o i- idi us'U J-M2 l.v'e n ;r-.-a:lv ixduc.-tl if n-jt f X L i 1 1 LT ' 1 Ni-w Jilfi".' ;i!.-.i) ie- ji'jili .-itt-s K i ics:! i -'i; , an;! the wave of ic nction i. r.;i!l ('"liiii ouwuid. Th;' diirk 1.1.4!.! of llu lien! ism in yivin-; .'.co to a lril!i?trit d.-.y. L t the tid-j -.d-l:na? to roll until dowi-tioddu !;ist 'illint ol...

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 November 1867

! . 2fcCOKl, Local Ildst.n'. Fill DAY MORNING, NOV It. C, 1V.G7. Nri'.hville l.M-a',:ir Kill t'liad Depar tures. Passenger Train North, ''.'' . .u. & 7.4." r. si. " ; South, 0.05 a. ir. l-.'.Oa r. M. Fuight Train North, C'.OJ a. ix. " South. 1."". I'. M. 77;" Tickets to all points :.,.) tli unci .'viu'.h. T. S. Y7 FSTMOBFLAND, AVt. Minted In '.his county, N v. 3 1, by Il-v. S. H. Drown, Oecf.ue W. McLaurin to Miss A. Virt'ini i A. Kiii.Ly. Djld Near Millv!!'. in tit its coui.tr, on Friday Nov. l.-t. sit 2 o'clock, p. ni Bonnie Annie. Uu fitter of C-d J. P. He GciRE, a-'ed I Vfir, 3 months a:id 4 davs. Cox Sc lleynuMa aro tl-.e acds here for (Jen. O. Allen it Co., Nus.hvdlo, an.! will pay the tax on cotton and utti-nd to the a'i'prvent of thu same to that house. T 1 i i.i'ir returns the thanhs of Lid bet ter half lo Mrs. Cbailie Cirtrr for one. of the largest B'.ve! poi.-ito.es cf ih? tonsi-n. It Weighed .rj p'lUIld:. ltev. F. 11. Ili'i i lo occupy the Metho dist pulpit at this p...

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 November 1867

' ' " "; "" -- - i ? J --W -J. V - ' -- T- V i; '.r'OlllK i'ditor 'ltd Pitbli Sir-, ... i.' i f 4 V J'.SCRI PTION. in. In variably in Advance. Four Poll -iru ivr Aneit i'liilUY MOIINING, XOVR. 8. 1CG7 Ev i v futner. sIsk-jM hive- a rj.l me:is ure a lilit. e: iiT ode jn -t 1 G V feet l'-nig-. for mer '.n in S'.ikI. Iiy a Iu'.Ij p-wti.-e )Qray f ;u n to step a rod at live pu-ey, v' If l if-!-. .ill wer very well or oa.nn.iry f u m I'np-'S-'s. A see i la in :n of rod in v. idth of the lot the you r.unib-r wish to mi'RLiuv, multiply one into the divide by ICO and you litve the lie t o?, :iS 1G0 square: ruis np.Le acre. If 3' t : ii wish to Iny oil measure 13io!s uu.n euch. oi'y u roil of full measure oilier, fit! J tin mher of a square one ncie, This lack- Culture of Peach OrcLard3. The Ntn- Yoik Tribune states that t best peatiii or. 1 aids in New Jersey ure put in corn, till il.ey iieoin to bear ; after which thty ;ne plowed and haiiowed wiih oul planting; any crop. Uona dust id ap pl...

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 November 1867

JT- b x - ITT "IT I r ! H i J.ILLI1 1 '1 i i 1 0 1 11 ' si 1 t f VOLUME 9. BUSINESS C:VM) 1MIOM una af-.er tl.i-. da'e, T wi". insert ivlole r.p 1 per r-ets of Teeth IV r Fitly Dollars. Oil";.-.; NvVlk-weAt Corner of I'dblic- Sinaro, PULASKI. TENN. j.r.t. m. Mccarty, . Koident Dentist. J. :P. A T. T. Grant, DEIITIST3. s. IAVING permanent lv located in Pulaski 'r',r tender thoirvn-ofcssional tc-iviees t the citizens -.ii'jof town and surrour.d ;.. ... f.ij)jr eor.utry. (; ;- ' Ofkick: On 1st Main L."'J 8t., nt Mrs. Paynes, up - tt.-.irs. iuaySl-tf JSO. C. JlltOWN. d.'.s. Mc.Callum. Wii. II. McOali.lii. BEOWIT' & H'OALLUEI, .A-ttoriioys at Law, PULASKI, TENIT. "I71L1. practice in dies and adjoining counties, V nlsij in the poin t of Bankruptcy and in the Knprcmo and Federal courts at Nashville. Prompt attention will be given to all business entrusted to tlicm Otlico old stand of Brown fc McCalluni. Ootl-d-Ot&wly T. INT. JOMES & SOiNTS, Attorneys at Lav. 1'VLASIV, TKN'X. Ji...

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 November 1867

3 I.. W. IcCORD, Editor rMd Fubli hrr. iiVfiit tiik rfi-Ufi so.cai:e cr ftaihs. " TEi:MS OK SUBSCRIPTION. Kov.r Dollars p-r Annum, Invariably in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'R. 15. 18G7 Nashville Markets. Cotton Closed dull on Wednesday evening al 14 l, a decline from list morn ing piiee. Wheat While, $2 40 ; amber, $2.30 ; rid, 2.20; Mediterranean, 62 10. Flouk SIO to $!G per barrel. Bacon Clear sides, 13.1c:.; shoulders, 16c. : canvassed hams, SSo. The Legislature. On Wednesday the 6 h inst., Senator Wesener of the Judiciary, presented a lengthy report arguing the unconstitution ality of the lGlh section of the Franchise act. House joint resolution asting Congress to donate to the Slate of Tennessee the amount, principal and interest, whioh the various railroads in the State owe the United States, was concurred in. In the House, Mr. Benson introduced a bill to amend the revenue laws of the State. It imposes an annual privilege tax of five hundred dollars on all banking houses, in ...

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 November 1867

1 . F. O. McCOKO, Local IMitor. FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'R. 15. 1C6 Nashville & 11 ;cnt;ir Rail lEoud Depar tures. rawengur Trains North, 5. 55 a. m. fc 7.45 p. m. " " South, 9.55 a. a. & 12.05 p. m. Freight Train North, 9.02 a.m. " South, 1.35 p. jr. f Tickets to all points Noitli and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, A g't. Tlie local editor leaves to-day for a jaunt over the hills into Lincoln. He expects to be on hand At the Tournament to-morrow at Fayetteville, and will be absent several days. He will be among them taking notes, and faith ha'il print 'em." Attention. . A meeting of all the members of the CJilea County Agricultural and Mechani cal Society, is called for the 1st Saturday in December next. Business of importance o the agricultural interests of the County will be brought before the body, and it is desired that every member be present to epeak and vote tor himself. -Last Saturday, the day of the Tourna ment at Columbia, was a rainy, drizzling, muddy, nasty day, and we u...

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 November 1867

LKGAL NOTICES, t !"-. 4 r NOTICES, C:!ANCEEY NOTICES. NASHVILLE CAEDS. NASHVILLE CARDS. . YV. ?Ii;COUI, X'dii.sr 'i;d her. o:-' SUBSCRIPTION. ur I),,;:..: ,.cr Anuuiii, lr.variabiy in Advan-.- Fill DA V MOUSING, NOVit. 15, 1G67 Villa je Printi-;; CSice. I. A ill :;. tt 'Min often "is like small in In. land" no t tiling." V'i- i fecily icci'siil)li to tv-irybo'Jy, h Lis f.m.iiy, Lis family's relatives a:: J uii tbei; Uinf oks, fiiiii.ii arid- acq'i ti :i taro.vs 2 If "!.e i!oor is tl.ut wlien you Jet ire U cr.'.iT, eeiz'tlie knob, and" bhak ii, a "vim ;" if it don't coine open im;r.e Jiatt ly , "put your (shoulder to the wl.eel," that throw j'jur whole weight a xi nt it "like a u;un, and it w !! come open if the fa-ueii- 1:18 Hit? not loo btout for yon ; it this sl.uuld be the case, keep "chtig-gu:,,-" away at it ai.'I y u will effect sn cnti ai.ee by and by, if the piiu'.er is fool cn.-n.'h to let you in. 3. W lit 11 you enter have I he door vvi,'--open so that you will (lot have I ...

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 November 1867

1 TTT 1 dJ j II i J ui i ij 'ill! ni o lJt KJ 111. H 9 1 VOLUME 9. BUSINESS CARDS, XDEHTT-A-Xa 25TOTIGE IrROM and after this da'o, T will insert wbole tip 1 per sets of Teeth b r fifty Dollars. Oilice. North-wcf-l Curu'-r of I'uLue fv.iunre, PULASKI, TENN. M. M CAT'.TY, lie.-ldcnt Dcnti.i' 1-Ct. Drs. J. I?. & o. T Gri .nit, ri iv l.Hi.i,-. V I Is p.-rmanent- 111 1 U iliskl - tender tncirproicssioiial rJ? M:rvi-;s to the citizens u-'cl' town and surround Jt.in g couutiy. 'Offh-f: Cn 1st Main 3 Rt at -,-' "t- I'avncs, r. p V ttuir- :u:i y Cl-tf Jxo. 0. I'oiow.x. J.s. McCalmm. Wm. II.McO.u.m m. BEOWH & HI'GALLUIil, .A-ttoriieys nt iiaw, PULASZI, TEHIJ". ""tTTILLi practice in Oilus ar.d adjoining counties, V also in the courts of Bankm ptey mi l in the Supreme and Federal courts r.t Nashville.. HfJ l'rompt attrition will lie given to nil business entrusted to them. Zif Oilice old ttan 1 of I'.rown ee. McCuliuni, Octl-dCt&wly T. r. .TONES & S OUSTS, Attorneys at Lav. I'L'...

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. — 22 November 1867

y- f fll till I 'f I lutein (fifteen. FiKii in tlie right the Printing Pre. .should be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; faithful und colistalit to its sacred trust- Culm in its ut:rms hi its inJgrti-ijti jiir-t; Wise in it t?"Hng; incorrupt und strong To spovd the right and to denounce tl c wrong. t.. W. IUCORl, Fditor rtd Publisher. UKMCfc W4.ST MI'K I t ! LIC HliL Allt CP 6TAIK8. TEP.MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. lonr Dollars per Annum, In variably in Advance. Friday morning, novr. 22, 18G7 Cotton Declined cent Wednesday. Sa's 502 bales at 13JI4.J. The Legislature Very little lias boen done daring the wick to interest the general reader. The t me has been occupied princ:p?l!y with bills on lirstand second reading, most of them of a character rot to interest the pub lic. Another loyal Uidi'mnity bill, which is the fifth, has been introduced and referred. The Iluirse pftseed Ut bill on final read I if, which reduces the Governor's staM to uq Adjutant and Quaitermastt r General, ac...

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 November 1867

M I. O. JicCOUD, Local Ilditor. PTJLASKVTBiSriNr. FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'R. 22, 18C7. Nashville Si. lecutnr Hail ISond Depar -lures. Passenger Trains North, K.55 a. . & 7.45 r. if. " ' " South, a. . 12.05 r. m. Freight Train North, i).02 a. . " ' South, 1 ."' p. m. J v" Tickets to ull points Noitli and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. By an oversight the date and Dumber of list week's paper were wrong. Wcq. A. Beasly offers for 6ale his valua ble farm, situated within 1 miles of Pu laski. Fine Stock. Maj. Geo. T. Allman, one of the best stock raisers in the State, of fers to dispose of some fine mules, mares, cows, pigs, c., through our columns this morning. That valuable tract of land belonging to Dr. S. II. Stout, on the Elkton pike, is re advertised for Bale on the 21st day of De cember, by the trustee, Gen. Jao. C. Brown. This is one of the most desirable places in Giles county. False Alarm. The burning of a pile of shavings last Thursday night, on tl e bill near 'Squire Rose's...

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 November 1867

t ioi'.-:-..-".iae:o sS.sti.a;2:- i ! J, V --' i v-t- ' a r - '"r.s. t ! i , I i V e o -V - r v v v.-v5 v v v r,. v, M(( o::i), rait r s.d Pv'iii-:'. or ici: VffT f!!ii:-rv! r.l" ! ':.-.:.!. i :- ci .. !.:. Yi EMS OF SEPf-CP! ' . Four l-oll-.rt Au!::n, Invariably hi Advance. Ti r-K o A ..1 vi. rtb 1 lies oi lc . , j ; t - l..r t . r so, tare. (' 10 t . and 7o cent s 1.r m-ll Slt'isCiiUOl!.. 1:1 !.!"!!. AavortiHvi.n nts not w.ii. ,-d with tha n timber of insert. mis desired v. El I j in.-orto.l and harmed for j-t tie r-enlar rates until ordered out. i-i I'ricv.-; lav iiio:j. j ,j : i 1 fq-:ro, L p.ji.urcrt 3 ti.!ir.r-'A & 1 . 1 s r, r.s r ) I S.vO i " r.o 4 KOUtCS I I t i l column ! U column 13 J colurnn 1 ti") 1 column ! SO i CO ' 110 JO A 2vi-rti.-"nc:r.U nv advrnce. Tho.: ircrtod f"r S inoii'.!::-' r lvs. must bo Mccompui.icl Wuli t!.e ttn.-ney. Yoarly r.o.erti-nvr.- ar ri'ruit'o.i toroivA- -;ti a rtu rly iVto 0' oliargo; further rvnewais iliai:': ! oh.- di.'.'.ar j-;r Adverti...

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 November 1867

"" TP 1 MO VOLUME 9. PULASKI, TEXSBSSEE, FElDAY MORNING, KOVEMBER 29, 1S67, NUMBER 48. TTKTT tit a Tlx ! ri J I : i A X i 1 i 1L MlLJi AL 4 BUSING CARDS, IKOM and after this date, I will insert whole np per sets of Teeth fr Fifty Dollars. OiHce North-west Corner of Public Square, PULASKI, TE"N l-2t. M. McCAIiTY, Ilcsident Dentist. Dr. J. X & J. T. Grant, DENTISTS. .T AVI NO permanent A .'J'; -'r. ;7S. ly located in Pulaski r"' v?. ".: '- . 'i .9 tender their professional services to the ci- "?of towrr end r.:.-..mi:- ':!.;.' con-. ' : v . Or i. -k: On l.-t Main at ::,s. j-,r. t-tuirs. . snuv ll-tf C Br.ov." JAS. VcCALLClf. Yi. II. McCALLUJf. jBROWI? & BI'CALLTJM, -A-ttornoys at Law, PULASKI, TENK". T ILL practice in Giles and adjoining counties, V also in the court of Bankruptcy and in the Supreme and Federal courts at Nashville. i-i?. Prompt attention will be given to all LiiMticss entrusted to them. Z-?f Otiieo old stand of Brown tfe McCallum, Octl-d3t&wly rr. ar. jois...

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 November 1867

Finn in the right tho Printing Press should be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of vbe free; Faithful and constant to its sacred trust ('aim in its utterance in its judgments just: Wise in its touching; incorrupt and strong " To speed the right and to denounce tr wrong. L. '.V. McCOUl, Editor rnd Publisher. Ott ICK WtflT BIDE PUBLIC SQUARE CP STAIRS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariubly in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'R. 29, 1867 Nashville Cotton Uarket. Cotton is hopelessly fiat being dull at 12J13c. io Nashville on Wednesday. A Returned Exile. Ex-Gorernor Harris reached Nash v'lle from Liverpool, where he has been sojourning since the Cordova colony in Mexico failed, on Sunday night laet. On Monday his old friends paid their respects to the old Democratic hero, and found him in good health. During the day he culled upon Governor Brownlow and gave himself up. The Governor received him in a very kindly and cordial manner, and assured him that he should not be mo ...

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