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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 3 January 1868

g 1. 1. I O. MK'OItn, Local Ctliior. 1'KIDAY MORNING, JAN'Y. 3, 1CCC Niishvillo 4 lecattir Kail Itoail l)ii;ir -turps. r:i--r.,"r Triiins North, , !hrj .v. ii. &c 7.1" v. it. " South, '.l.."ri A. M. ifc 12.1''.", !. M. Freight Train North, fJ.Oli A. II. South, 1 v . ii. o nil points N'otth and South. T. S. WESTMORLAND, A-'t. Ti- The Gewhilikin. ! Sdid an J figured worsted, ctdico, do mestics, casimeres, eatlinets, janes, tweeds, plaid linseys and flr.nnfls, Belling at Ward and Shapard's at low pressure prices. 20 I will hold a Court of Bankruptcy in Pulaski on the 13th and 14t!i of January, 18C8. W. N. DOUGHTY, dec20-2t - A 'CARD. Being compelled to return to Nrshville for a short time, Mr. James 11. Crow wiil act as our agent during my ;ib?ence. dec27-2t. B. P. lluv. Mks. Auams' School. Mrs. Adams de- sires us to announce to her patrons that, I owim; to tho inch-in. -ucy of the weather, j the opening of her school lias been deferred until the 1st Monday in February, at which ti...

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. — 3 January 1868

E'utelu (fit m J I.. Y. M.COItl), IMilnr ni.l lulriln-r. oi i- ii t. u i.si miu im i i ! .-wi'Ai:i.-- I i" "All:?. tm:M.j- k slrscjmrtion'. Three Dollars jut Annum, 1 n vari;ibly in Advance. FlISM ill U.- l'ilit the I'lil.till!.' l'e-s -hoUld he, Tlr: tyr:.tit'.- !'. i chain pi of t he t'ri : Faithful ami eonstant to its n-J trust Calm in its utterance in its i :i ! lttii-nt just ; Wi-c in its teacl.inir; incorrupt and stnuur To speed the ri'ht iiinl to denounce, t c wnmi. Tonus of Advitisiii;r. Advertisements in-cite 1 a -"" per square, f 10 lines oi!c?s, in this tpe, ; f..v the liit, ainl 7.) cents fer cai h subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the ir.urcl-r of insert. ons desired will he inserted md charged for ot tlic regular rates until ordered out. List ol Prices for Advrti-"ti:r: 1 mo 2 rnos. mos . t, mw. Ivr. 1 qua re, 1 1.25 1 11 Vi 113 11 j IS : 15 2 I H j 22 I I 1 r,. . ii I 2- I 25 2 squares !? squares 4 sqiiaies column column .'. column 1 column GO 75 11...

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. — 10 January 1868

VOLUME 10. ' " ' , . -fj ; . ; . . ; ' PUUSKi; m BUSINESS CARDS, IKOir and after tins Jute, I will insert whole np 1 per sets of Teeth fir Fifty Dollars. Ollioe Xorth-wcst Corner of Public Square, PULASKI, TENN. i-3t. m. Mccarty, . - , -. . Jtcsident Dentfet. DENTISTS 'TAVINO permanent- 7 ,7-- CL ly located in Pulaski . -. - tender their vrofeional ,Vv ' C"-.- yy? Hcrvicca to the citizens f- --i-5of town and surround- f 5 iilllHlP jnx country. "V Office: On 1st Main - 3 st., at Mr.-. Paynes, np r .. 01 e v 's-V ttairs. muy 31-tf Jso. C. Iino5fl Lis. McCALtrit. AVm. ILMcCallcm BROWN & H'CALLUIfl, -Attorn.eys at I-a,w, PULASKI, TENN. WILL practice in Giles and adjoining counties, also in the courts of Bankruptcy and in the Supreme and Federal courts , at. Nashville. Prompt attention will he given to all lmsiness entrusted to them. Z-kT" Otlice old stand of Brown it MeCallum. Octl-d3tfcw1y T. IM. JONES & SONS, r .Attorneys at Law; I5?"01Hco same as formerly occupied by Jones &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. — 10 January 1868

( JL. V.'. MtCOItU, i:Jitor did Publisher. omtt lst blur. ri'fcLio bQUAKE tr tTAius. tkiims of suusci:iption Three Dollar jr Annum, lnvariubly in Advance. Vinu In tho right tL Printing Pre aboifld be, T-iie tvr.mtV fbe, the chnmpior. of theiree; FaitLfal i'ti3 .eotiFtunt tti i U 'atawl trust ; Culm in its nitcranco in it, judgments jut; Wise in its tcaeliir.fr; incorrupt und strung To Kjscod tLet-ight titid to denounce tie wrong:. FniDAY'MOUNING, ZAN'Y. 10. 18C3 "A gentleman of Montgomery, Alabama, has juVt received a letter from high author ily ,at Wasliington, vliich conveys the gratifying prophecy that, the Supreme Court. . would decide against the Itecon 6truct;on'Acts within thirty days, and tha. General Meade is in full accord with the t .. . . : .... ... . . . President. .- t r t The P. resident ia gathering all' informa tion in the possession of the ' War , -.Depart-ment relative to the dt-stitution in. the South, and; has called, upon General Grant for a re port on the subj...

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. — 10 January 1868

Will 1 O. McCOIU, Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, J ANT. ,10, 1863 Nashville A. Decatur Hail Jload Deyar- . r . tUXOS. VascnL'er Trains North, t.57 a. m. & 7.40 a. si. " " South, 1.00 p. m. & 12.01 a.m. Freight 4 Traja North, 9.02 a. ji. " ' South, I.e.' p. . lJ Tk-ki-ts to all points Noi th and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ajr't. The Gewhilikin. ! Soli J and figured worsted, cnlico, do rcestics caaimeres, sattinets, jan.-s, tweeds, plaid linseys and flr.nnel?. selling at Ward and Shapard's at low pressure prices. 20 Dr. McCarty, an eminent dentist and rsteemed permanent resident of Pulaski, ia before the public in a r.ew card to-day. Mii8. Adams' School. Mrs. Adams de Bires us to announce to her patrons that, owiny to lite inclemency of the weather, the opening ufher school has befn deferred until the 1 st Monday in February, at which timo it will open promptly. i;t. The Gewhilikin ! More good shoes for men, women, boys, girls, children and babies, to bo found at Ward it fehapa...

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. — 10 January 1868

I,. IV. McCOKl, I.'ditor nd I'ubli-her. OKKIOK WT SIDE I'UKI.IO fcQCAUK UP fTAIIia. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tiirco Poll.irs er.Anmim, Invariably so Advance. Fikm in t lie riirbt the l'rintinir Pre should be, Tim tyrant's tot-, tlic champion of the free; Faithful and constant to it mured lrut t'alin in its utterance inits pidmonts just; "Wise in its tcaehm;; incorrupt and strong To Hpeed the rlfflit and to denounce the wroiijr. iVrms of AdvfirtiiiiK. Advertisements inserted at $iJ, per square, (10 lines oriels, in this tpc, for the; iimt.anJ 75 cents tVr c:u li hnlMmucnt insertion. Advertisement li"t marked witli the tmuilji r oj iii.-ertons desired will In; inserted and vhtrsad if ol the regular rate until ordered mit. - - Lit of Frier for Adverlis.i:; 1 mo 1,25 12 11 15 13 2 IUO. I ."5. llll'S.' i 6 lllOH .J.iyr, I $20 1 square, 'i squares 5 (squares 4 squaies column column column 1 column 7 11 15 IS 2D 22 I lo 115 I 15 I 13 13 23 25 S't f'l SO r,r ss oO 7.", S5 50 CO 75 11 25 ! so ...

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. — 17 January 1868

- Ml i IT IT LP 1 ill iPj ! VOLUME 10. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAP MINING, JANUARY 17 1863, NUMBER 3. Mr MJiL JL JLiZJUl No BUSINESS CARDS, Dll. J. F. GRANT, RF-SrKCT FULLY tenders his services to tho pcoplo of Giles and the adjoining counties in the .practice of Medieiuo and Surgery. J also prepar ed to treat diseases of tho EYE and jAK. OFFICK- Old Stand of Grant Sc Abernathy. January 1st. 1SQ3.-Iy ei. Mccarty, DENTIST. OFFICE Northwest corner Public Square, Pulaski, TENN. Jan 10, ISiIs. Drs. J. P. & J. T. Grant, DENTISTS. "TAVIXG permancnt 57". LJL ly located in Pulaski yyr tender their professional services to the citizens .-j ?of town and surround - n, "3inj country. fc i Vf f Yf ! 2 Office: On 1st Main -cV,J; at Mrs. Payne., up ttairs. Linuy ui-ii J.vo. C. Buown. Jas. McCallvm. Wm. II.McCa.llum. JR0WH & MCALLUH, .Attorneys at Law, PULASKI, TENN. WILL practice in Giles and adjoining counties, also in tho courts of Bankruptcy und in the Supremo and Federal courts at Nashv...

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. — 17 January 1868

J ; ? s -j s l JL. W. McCOItD, l.tlitor md I'ub!iher. OFFICE WEST 8I1E rUIttIO SQCjir.E- CP fT AlV-f . TEEMS OF bLLsCiai'TlUX. Three Dollars per Annum, Id variably in Advance. PULASKI, TEXnOST FRIDAY MORNING, JAN'Y. 17, 1868. Mr. J. T. Luna, who resides in the vi cinity of Petersburg, Lincoln county, Tenn. tilled bear in that county on the 24ih ult., which weighed 1 40 pounds. The Vicksbvirir (Miss) Herald thinks the plasters of Mississippi cannot afford to pay laborers more than $5 a rm nth du ring the coming year. Ten deaths to one birth is the ratio smon" the negroes on the Florida Iblands How long at that rate will it take to settle the nigger question most effectually and for ever? The borough of Columbia, iu Thad Sle ens' own county, in Pannsy Ivania, elected Democrat6 to all the local offices on the Gth inst, for the first tirae in twelve years Old Thad. had better turn his. attention to "reconstruction''. in that direction. The negroes in Alabama lave become eo disgusted wit...

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. — 17 January 1868

F. O. ?IcCOIlD, Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, JAN'Y. 17, 1868 Nashville lii-catur Kail Koad Iepar t tires. Passenger Trains North, 0.57 a. m. & 7 AC a. si. " " South, 1.00 p. if. & 12.01 a. m. Freight Train North, 9.02 a. m. South, 1.85 p.m. EST" Tickets to all points Nojth and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Agt. Our old friend Marion Crawford, former ly of lhe City, now of the Commercial Hotel, Nashville, is spending a few days with hia friends in this city. Messrs. T. M." N. Jones and Jno. A. TinnoD, as may be seen by card in this paper, have entered into a co-partnership in fho practice of law, and established an office in the west end of Office Row, below May's corner. Removal. Sumpter & Pearcy have re moed their extensive stock of druo-s one door south of their old stand, where they will be glad to greet their old friends. "Ye gentle salvage," aseisted by a hansoms and fascinating clerk, makes every one feel com fortable when they call. Aldermen New Board. At an electio...

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. — 17 January 1868

nWu Citizen. I W. ItXcCORl), Editor nd Publi-her. OFFICE WEST BIDE PUBLIC eQCAHE If BTAIK3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Finn in the right the Printing Press should be, The tvrantV foe, the champion of the free; Faithful and constant to its sacred tru.t Culm in its utterance in its judgmentB just; Wise in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To speed tho right and to denounce tro wronj. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at 2,00 per square, (10 lines oriels, in this tpe,l for the first, and 75 cents fi reach subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions desired will he inserted and -harmed lor ot the regular fates until ordered out. List of Prices for Advertis'ns: I 1 mo 2 uios. J 3 mos. j C mos. J lyr. 8,5-J H 15 I IS ) aa 12 15 13 25 I So 14 1$ '23 80 t 85 15 20 25 ' r fiO 18 2i 00 3 60 25 I SO ! 40 1 50 75 30 , 40 55 j75 j U 1 square, 2 squares 8 squares 4 squares column column column 1 column Adve...

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. — 24 January 1868

TT h" T7F - A' n TV 7"TT CITIZEN. VOLUME 10. PULASKI, . TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MOHNING, JANUARY 24 1SGS, NUMBER 4. BUSINESS CARDS, T. K. J. JOXEfl. JNO. A.T1NNON. JONES & TINNON, Attorneys at Law, PULASKI, TENN. . . ... (BOX 00.) Will practice in the State end Fedcial Couris. OFFICE Cd door west ia Oillco Row, west of May's corner. ' - ? ' jan 17-tf , ' BR J. F. GRANT, ptjlasei TiEnsrcsr. r.ESPECTFDLLY tenders Lis services to tho people of Giles and the adjoining counties in the practice of Medicine and Surgery. Is also prepar ed to treat diseases of the EYE and jJAE. OFFICE Old Stand of Grant &. Abernatliy. January 1st. lS6S.-ly ... n. Mccarty, DENTIST. OFFICE Northwest corner Fublic Square, Pulaski, TENN. Jan 10, 18H3. Dis. J. 1?. & J. T. Grant, DENTISTS. .-"TT"- TAVIXG pcrmanent- r: '" V .js. tl ly located in Pulu&ki . " . i tender their professional : " f"j ' tervlces to' the citizens Y " , C Jot" town and' surround-. -.-"- iing country. ttairs. may 31-tf Jso. C. Brow...

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. — 24 January 1868

wtelu Stem f AV. SIcCOltD, Editor Pud Publisher. OFFICE WEST BIDE PUBLIC BQCAKE CP 8TAIKS. TEEMS OF SUBSCUIPTION. Three Dollar per Annum, Invariably in Advance. FRIDAY M0HN1KG, JAN'Y. 24, 18C8 The terms of twenty-one United States Senators expire in March. 1869, with the President's term. Retrenchment is the word now wit'i all prudent people especially ia public af fairs. Reduce expenses as much as pos sible and pay off debts as fast as possible. . Radical reconstruction is going on swim mingly. Il 9 starving one-third of the South, acd pauperizing the reBt. Yut there are some Radicals in the South, who favor the plan. The present Massachueelta Legislature baa only one negro iu it. Last year there were two. Next year there will be none. Sambo is at a discount even in Massachu setts. " At no time since the termination of the late war has it been so important for the people to keep themselves fully advised of the tendency of public affairs, and the. only way to do that is to take the ...

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. — 24 January 1868

I nlusilu : Cittern F. O. McCORD, Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, JAN'Y. 24, 1868 Nashville Decatur Kail Koad Depar tures. ' Passenger Trains North, 10:33 a. m. & 1.46 a. sr. " " Booth, 1.40 p. i. & 12.07 a.m. Freight Traiu North, 2.45 a. si. 44 ' South, 1.20;f. St. t5F" Tickets to all points NoHh and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. The natives were aroused Tuesday nignt by the yelps of a "big, loDg, jailer, stump tailed dog," who was cutting all sorts of f&ntas'.ic capers round the square with a rat tliog tin to his tail. The yelling of the boys and theyelliDg of the dog, when it first began, created in our mind visions of another "bloody riot," and our first im pulse was to gel under the bed, but we were reassured by the rattling of the tin, which has become such a familliar sound recenty that we instantly recognized the cause of the disturbance, and calmly layiDg our hand on our revolver, defied the ap proach of the enemy. He did'nt come. The doggot-up and r.ot. - The ...

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. — 24 January 1868

L. AV. McCOIlU, Editor rnd rubli-hcr.' OFFICE WIST SIDE PUBLIC SQCAT:E UP STAIK9. tep.ms of subscp.iption. Three Dollars per Annum, Iu variably in Advance. ' Vir.it in the right the Printing Press should be, The tvrant's foe, the champion of the free; Faithful and constant to it sacred trn.t Culm in its utterunee in its judgments j;!.-' ; W ise in its teaching; incorrupt and strung To speed the right and to denounce tie wrong. Terms of Advertising. Advertise meats inserted at -2,00 per square, (10 line or lees, in this tpe,Uor the firsthand 0) cents tVr each subsequent insertion. Ad vertiyx-nient.-t not, marked with the number ot insertions desired will be in-erU-d and charged for I i he regular rates until ordcreil out. List of Prices for Advert. s'ns: 1 nio 2 in os. nos. . i mos. j yr. 1 square, '2 su mi res 3 squares 4 squalen v column y( column I 6 I 8 VI 15 I '20 H ll 15 20 U I 15 S') I 25 ' io j n t r. ' s; 15 2D 25 3) 15 25 CO 4t 25 CD 4 ) 10 3) "5 ' X column 1 column 1 5:5 A...

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. — 31 January 1868

I. . - C ; rr J .VOLUME 10. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAY JANUARY "31 18C8, NUMBER 5. v v V -NO 1. iiJJ BUSINESS CARDS, T. . K. JOKES. J70. A.XlX?fOX. " JOKES & TINNON, Attorneys at Luv, (BOX 69.) Will practice ia the State an J Foloial Courls. OFFICE Sd door west in 03ieo Row, west of Jlay'a corner. , ... ... . .. janl7-tf. DR. J. F. GRANT, PTTLASKI TZEOJOST. EESrECTFDLLY, tenders his services , to the people of Giles and the adjoining counties in the practice of Medicine and Surgery. 'Ia also prepar ed to treat diseases of the EYE and j!AL OFFICE---OM srnI of Grant Sl Abernathy, " H. HcCARTY, " DENTIST. OFFICE Northwest, corner Public Square, Pulaski, TENII. Jn 10, 1S63. Drs. J". I3. & J. T- Grant, DENTISTS. "TA-VING permanent ly LJL It located in Pulaski ' ". tender their wrofessional 0V services to the citizens -"V-jjof town and surround- . syng country. J ' "-f Office: On 1st Main 3 t., at Mrs. Paynes, tip r Etaira, maySl-tf Jsto. C. Brow. Jab. McCallcm. Wk. II.McCali.um. ...

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. — 31 January 1868

L. IV. ?IcCOIll, I'ditor rnd Publisher. Omcl V'MT SIDE PUH.IO SO.CAE IP BTAI1:8. ' " Tr ems 'OF' subscription. - TLreo Dollar per Annum, Invariably in Advance. FfUDAY MOILNING, JANfY. 31, 18C8 "' A liill hia been introduced into the Leg islature, which provides that no person shall La sent to the peoiifcuitary fur a larce ny net exceeding 830. The fo 'i.er the South mnke3 a complt-te revolution in their system of farming, the better for both land owner and la? orer, both of whom will go under if they attempt t hold 'on to cotton. All of our readers may not be , aware that & till is pending in our negro-cratic Legis lature, to prohibit lawyers who were identi fied with the Confederacy, from practicing in our courts. . Il is reported that one newspaper on ai average dies every, week in the Unite! States, which id too email a mortality to give much hope for the jourLalism of the future. ' ' ; It is said that President Johnson is con sidering the propriety of abandoning his policy 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. — 31 January 1868

I O. McCORD, Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, JAN'Y. 31, 18C8 RaahviMe & Decatur Itail Road- Depar- tares. Passenger Traits North, 10.30 a. m. & 1.48 a. m. " South, 1.40 p. m. & 12.07 a.m. Freight Train, North, 2.45 a.m. ' South, I.20;p.M. IZ? Tickets to id points Noith. and South. - , T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. : ITew Advertisements. . Several new Chancery advertisements ap. pear this morning. Mr. Tteeso gives an important notice to mill-goers. r That valuable agricultural paper, the Turf, Field and Farm, Bhould be in the hands of every farmer and etock raiser in Giles county. In a card to-day, it will be seen that our friend Maj. Geo. T. All- man, of Cornereville, is the agent for this county. " ; Rev. Mr. Ewing baa loat a valuable borsa. See description in another column. Maj. Aymett, Tax Collector, gives fair warning to tax-payers in another place. Soks of Temperakce. This tioble order goes bravely on with its work. At the last meeling (Monday night,) many new members we...

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. — 31 January 1868

1 lutein 'ittew. I,. W. McCOItl), Editor Pud Publisher. office WEST SIDE FOBLIO SQEABE UP BTAIK8. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollar per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Firm in the rijrht the Printing Press shonlJ be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; . Faithful and coubtast to iu hacred trust ' Calm in its utterance in its judgments jtist; AVi.se in its teaching; incormpt and strong To speed the right ud to denounce tre wrong. Terms of Adertiinp. Advertisements inserted at 2,00 per square, (10 lines orlewt, in this tpe,1 for the first, and 60 cents tVr each subrecuent insertion. Advertisement not marked with the number oi t n wvt.n s desired 'will be inserted and charged for ol the regular rates until ordered out. List of Prices for Advertis'ng: 1 mo 2 inos. 3 mos. . G mos. lyr. 1 sqnarc, 2 squares 3 squares 4 Kqaaies V column $3,50 6 8 10 12 t tS tU I 1A 8 jll I 15 20 11 15 20 - I 25 15 13 23 I SO 15 20 25 35 18 25 30 40 25 J 80 40 CO 30 I 85 i CO 90 y column 15 If column...

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. — 7 February 1868

v" "- J.J.;.J.-:1.Z ii WiM aBEKas? TTTTl I - 1 1 ' m , iLiiii yI.llZj.Eino VOLUME 101-. BUSINESS CAHDS, MALE SCHOOL, CLASSICAL AND XIATHELIATICAL, .. .PULASKI, TENN.' . THE flit term of ISO? open tho 20th Junuary and continues twenty weoks. -, Fot circular ajpl to . , I. l. OMJOKNS1, JanlQ-tf .' ' -' l'rincip!. ' MEDICAL CAED ! DR. ABEItNATHY pro ft I'uluski and Gilca county. -Omcic AtTennosee House, Tulaski. janS4-2ra TENNESSEE HOUSE, ' WEST SIDE TUB. SQUAKE, I'LLASKI, - - - TK.V.V. , FRANK AITSOM, Proprietor. n'UlS house i being thoroughly repaired end rcn .L' ovivted. New carpet aud furniiuru in every room. Kooms to'rent." TlmtiUfuJ for u liberBl p:a-rona?olier-toif,rc, a continuance of the same- n tc-'f-pectlully solicited. -. ' ' ' jul al T. M. X. JONES. JNO. A . TlNN'ON. JONES & TINNON, Attorneys at Law, ; FULASKI, Tl'NNi - ' (BOX SO.) "Will practice in the Suto and Fe loiul Courts.'. OFFICE 3d door west in O.Iico How, wost of "May's corner. . janl7-tf J. V. GHANT, RESPECT...

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 February 1868

O I,. W. JIcCOUD, 1'ditor nd Fubdi-her. or rich. wtoT sine rcttic sqcake- cp staif.s. TKItMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Throe Dollars per Annum, Id variably in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, FEB'Y. 7, 1868 J. D. McCulUugb, the Cincinnati Com uiercial's "Mack." is to be Andrew John eon's private 8' cretary. Th celebrated horse, Skedaddle, owned by General Jwl.n II. Morg-n at the time ot hi 8 deaths las been purchased for $3,000 by W. C. Walker, of Loan coon'y, Ky. The Chicago .Tiroes of yesterday morn ing asserte thai on Sunday, the 12th of January, Gen. Grant waa shamefully drunk ud staggering through the streets of Wash ington, only being able to walk by the aid of his faiher-io-law, Gen, Deiit. It is stated in aKnoxville paper, that the best men, both white and black, are de B-rling the Loyal Leagues by tens and fwentuB tl roughout the counties of Est Tennessee. Thes men have seen the ele phant, and he is an ugly looking brute. A Washington paper states that S'anton will iud- finitely suspend'lhe...

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