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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 7 February 1868

out F. O. McCORD, Tocal i:ditor. rlUDAY MORNING, FEB Y. 7, 1868 , Naahville X. Docatnr Itail Itoad Depar tures PuMecgejr Trains orth, 10.8" x. if. fc 140 a. i (South, 1.4) F. M. & 12.07 A.M. Freibt Trulu North, 2.45 a. u. ' Sooth, 1.20.m. jJ Tickets 6o cill pointa Noith a&d Kocth. T. K. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. Is Jail. Theie are only eix personB confined in tlie jnil at this pUce now ; two whites and four negroes. The Wheat. Fortunately when the late hard freeze came on, the ground was in ra ther a dry condition, and eo far as we have bean tile to ascertain, the wheat of this county was not damaged seriously by the freeze. . The Gewhilikia ! Ward & Shapard's is tho place? to spend money and get cheap goods. det-20 llonurso the Tills. Last Monday, while the drug stoie of our friend D'g Ma son was crowded with, customers , an a droit thief robbed the cash drawer of it oontants consisting of about thirty-five dollars. The rascal wan observed fumb ling about tho drawer in a susp...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 7 February 1868

a 1 ) . I I L. XV. rIcCOi;i, IMitor "lid Iiibli-her. or kick vtist M or rctLio sQUAr..; vp taiks. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars i-r Annum, Invariably in Advance. PTJLASXZ, FRIDAY MORNING, FEU'Y.,7. 1868. Hemkdt for Red Lick on Cattle. One of ihe beet remedies for red lire oq cattle is strong water where pofa'ocB have been boiled and Dot washed. If the first wash ing does n t kill tlteai the second will. Hollow Horn or Horn Ail. Take a quantity of black ash bark, fiteep it strong and give a pint of the waim .decoction at a cLee, at the earae lime bathing the loins thoroughly with the same. I will warrant a cms in two days. It does not need to be given but once. Ccrk for Self Scckinq Cows. A Stueben counly correspondent of the Gene see Farmer says that he cured a three year heifor of 6uckiug herself by smearing her teats night and morning with soft grea?e, and then Justing ihero thoroughly with cayenne pepper. The applications were cortir.u.d about a week, and perfect cure -elf...

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. — 14 February 1868

.i i im r U IL AbM : ;: bt l MM1 , VOLUME 10. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAY MORNING, FEBRUAHY 1 i, 1868, NUMBER 1. BUSINESS CAHDS, Ho. 137, North College Street, . ASIIVII.I.E,Ti:N.. LATE of Giles county, has located at the abovo place &ni opened a - FIEST-CLASS BOA11DTXG HOUSE, well furnished, n.l npilied with all the conven ience to render guests comfortable. Charges mod erate. ' A share of patronage i nolicited from her Oile county friends. fub7-4t SCHOOL, CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL, . . PULASKI, TENN. THE first terra of 1SG3 opens the 20th January and continues twenty weeks. . . For circular apply to ' I. P. OSBORNE, 'JanlO-tf PrinelpMl. MEDICAL CARD ! DR. ABEItNATHY "OfTara his professional 'services to the citizens oi fnlaski and Giles county. . , . 0ricE At Tennessee House, Pulaski. janS4-2m r. u. v. joneb. iNO. A. T1NN0N. JONES & TINNON, Attorneys at Law, PULASKI, TENN. (BOX ' 99.) 'Will practice in tho State and Fedoial Courts. OFFICE 8d door west. in OfBco Row, -west ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 14 February 1868

L,. W. McCOIlU, Editor fnd Publisher. OFFICE WE'T f IDE PCBLIO fJCAB cr STAIRS. .TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars xr Aunum, Invariably in. Advance, FHIDAY MORNING, FEB'Y. 14. 186?. , Cotton -Closed firm in ,. Naaturilla. on Wednesday at ba6ed upon, a tt-legram from Liverpool announcing an advance of i.pence. . . ' Alabama. -' ' " ' ' Old Triad. Stevens has in trod liced a res olution in Congrees declaring ' Alabama reconstructed and entitled to representa tion, a majority of tboee ' voliDfj in ilie re cent electiin Lavinjj voted for the ratifica tion of tbe new constitution, while 'the la test dispatches from Montgomery say the new concern is defeated by a large vote. The law requires a majority of registered voters, while Stevens claims that a majority of those voting, can ratify the thing. The vote so far has fallen greatly " short of a majority of registered voters. : . The Legislature. : , In the Senate, on the lltb, a bill vras pa68ed to regulate the rules of evidence al lo...

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. — 14 February 1868

4 r. O. Ir! iUD, Lo! uai FRIDAY MORNING, FEB'Y. 14, 1863 Nashville tc Decatur Kail Uoud Depar tures. Passenger Trains Noith, 10.35 a. m. & 1.43 a. si. " " Rontli, 1.-10 p. m. fe 1-2.07 a. m. Freight Tr..:: 'North, 2.45 a.m. " '' Soth, . ' 0.2.'. i:. Ti-'k'iV - ' '"'' I "'lit -"I'ii and ?uuta. T. S. WES'! MOUKLA;D, Aft. Attention Een Jonaons. The members uf the "Ben Jocson Club" ara notified to attend a reuha roeeiiui' at the Drug Siore of Sumpter & Pearcy, on next Wednesday evening, the 1 9th inst., at 7 o'clock. Business of importance .to be transacted. Abe Frizzell, Pres.. Mrs. Rudd offers to the Ladies of Pulas i and vicinity a very fine variety of hats, xnnets, fringes, laces and ribbons et cost. Call if vou wish a bargain. " Feb. 1 4 t f . niiTFUL jjodge. ii is turnorea in &lau- 1 T T. 1 r I ry county that Lab Ricketts the nominee of the Radical party for Shernff of Maury and a realous worker and member of the Loyal League and one of his Radical chums dressed themse...

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. — 14 February 1868

Maslu (Citizen, L. W. MctXIll, Editor nd l'ulUber. irio wtT sine pcti.io sqcaee cp stairs. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollar per Annum, Invariably in Advance. erms of Advertising. Advcrtineuients inserted at $2,00 per square, ( 10 lhies'orless, in this tpe, for the fl rst, ana 50 cents fnr each subsequent insertion. Advertisements riot marked with the number of insertions denired will bo inserted and charged for ot the regular rates until ordered out. l.irt of Prices for Advertising: 1 mo 2 mod. J 3 mow 6mos. J lyr. is,so o i 3 ?n i 15 6 8 11 15 I 20 8 11 15 20 I 25 10 15 IS 25 I 80 12 15 20 '25 t 40 15 19 25 80 j 45 20 25 80 j 40 J 53 25 ,30 85 ! 50 ; y-J 1 square, 2 squares 3 squares 4 squalen yi column yi column column 1 column Advertieements must be jai J quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 3 mouths or less, must be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers arc permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; further renewals charged one dollar per square. Advertis...

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. — 21 February 1868

nrn j D TinnTnzTrn til 1 MiM G LASK! r 0 J. I , -7 h VOLUME 10. BUSINESS CARDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, "WEST SIDE TUB. SQUARE, PULASKI, - TENN. FRANK ''AKSOM, Proprietor. Re-fitted and Kewly Purnished ! TI1IS lmi-.pc in Winpr thoronphlv repaired and ren ovated. New carpet and furniture in every room. Rooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat- ronft)?aherctoloro, a continuance of the Bamo is rc- fpectlully solicited. J" " MALE SCHOOL, CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL, PULASKI, TENN. rriIE firt term of 1SGS opens the 20th January JL and continues twenty weeks. For circular applj to i. p. oshoune, JaulO-tf Principal. MEDICAL CARD ! DR. ABERNATHY OBer his professional services to the citizens ot I'olaski and Giles county. Orrioe AtTunne?!ce House, Pulaski. jan34-2ra T. il. H. JONES. JNO. A. T1NSON. JONES & Attorneys TINNON, at ILaw, PULASKI, TENN. (BOX 09.) Will practice in the State and Fedoial Couris. OFFICE 31 door west in Ollice Row, west of May's corner. jnnl7-tf Bll. J, F. GRANT, PULASKI ...

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. — 21 February 1868

utelu (Cittern I,. "W. McCOUD, Editor nd Publisher. OFFICE WKST SIDE rtBCIO SftCARE CP 8TAIB8. TV.RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. Three Dollars per Annum, Invariably In Advance. "FRIDAY MORNING, FEB'Y. 21, 1868. Eepeal of the Cottoa Tax. The bill as finally azreed to exempts from tax all domestic cotton raised after January I, 1863, and admits free of duty tvll cotton from foreign ports after Novem ber I, 1CC8. This latter is a concession to some of the New England manufacturers, who wish to use the cheap sottons of India Upoo all cotton grown previous to the 1st of January, 1868, the tax haa still to be paid. This concession to the impoverish ed labor of the South could not be wruDg from Congress. The friends of the President expect he will soon remove Stanton and appoint an- oilier memoer oi uis v,auinei, u zmertut, w perform hia dutios. It is thought this . . . I course will involve only a peacetul judicial question. The insubordinate position of Gen. Grant, is, as atoremeHWonea, a cause f...

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. — 21 February 1868

'"' ir v i a-i- ii-i tr.iMrr-1 nrg' it. rrrr F. O. McCOltD, Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, FEB'Y. 21, 1868 Nashville Decatur Kail Koad Depar tures. Passenger Trains North, 10. SO a. v. & 1.40 a. m. " South, 1.4J r. u. & 12.07 a. m. Freight Train North, 2.45 a.m. " South, 1.20;p. n. Tickets to all points Nojth. and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. Mrs. Rcdd offers to the Ladies of Pulas ki and vicinity a very fine variety of hats, ionnets, fringes, laces and libbons Bt cost. Call if you wish a bargain. Feb. 1 4 tf Kicked by a Mule. A little noit of Mrs. CushLuuu a grandson of Maj. "Win. Harwell was kicked on Monday last by a rough-shod Inulc. We regret to learn that the little fellow's nose was badlv crushed. Serious Afiray Between Boy. A ailftculty of a serious nature the result of a Bcool-buttcr" play occurred on Tuesday morning lust between young Robert Knight and Black Rich ardson, in which the former received a very pain ful aiid serious wound in the arm from a knife in 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. — 21 February 1868

ECMC"EaJ"ra2:'3?K1'ea& 5SBaSaaangetrwja" u J (I 4-VT L. AV. McCOIU, Editor Mid Publisher. OFFICE WEST HIlE PUBLIC SQUARE IP STAIRS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertifcins. AdvertiocmentM inserted at. f-2,00 per o.u:-re, (10 linen or less, in this tpeOfor the r-t, and 50 cents tV. reach subsequent insertion. Advei'ticemcntu not marked with the number of insertions dcxired will be inserted and charged for ot the regular rates until ordered out. List of Prict-s for Advertis:ng;: MUSI m 1 mo 2 rnos. j 3mos. j Omoa. j J jr. s,oo a i $3 i u i 15 6 8 11 I 15 I 20 8 11 l. 20 I 25 10 15 1 j 25 I 80 12 15 20 j 25 40 15 15 2ft 30 I 45 20 25 J 30 j 40 J C5 25 j 80 35 50 90 1 square, 2 squares 3 squared 4 sqtinieh H column V column column 1 column Advertisements must bo paid quarttje-ly in advance. Those inserted for 3 months or less, mu.-tt be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are permitted to renew quarterly free of charge...

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. — 28 February 1868

THE J LL H n J TT TTT hi I MjIOj r 1L PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FIUDAY MOILMNG, FEBRUARY 28, 1868, VOLUME 10. NUMBER 9. BUSINESS CARDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, west side tci5. square, pvi.aski, - ti:n.v. FRANfe FANSOM, Proprietor. Re-fitted and Newly Furnished ! THIS house Ih Leinp thoroughly repaired and ren ovated. Ktw carpet and furniture in every room. Rooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat ronage heretoloro, a continuance of the same is re epectlully solicited. .ian 31 mj.il.:e: school, CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL, 4 PULASKI, TENET. THE & rut term of 1 SOS opens the 2'Kh January and continues twenty weeks. For circular appb to i. p. o -uouNi:, JanlO-tf Principal. MEDICAL CAIiD ! DR. ABERNATHY "Offr his professional services to the citizens ot l'ulunki ana Uilua county. OyricE AtTennusee House, Pulahki. jan5l--2m -T. It. N. JONES. JNO. A.TINNOX. JONES & TINNON, Attorneys at Law, pi:laski, ti:n. (BOX OIL) Will practice in the State and Fc leial Cour';s. OFFICE 3d door west in 0:Vue ...

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. — 28 February 1868

4 u CO J. "W.-McCOItU, l.'ditor fxul Publisher. OFFICE WEST SIP- hVl LIC SytAKE IT STAIRS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, Iu variably in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, FEB'Y. 8, 1CC3 Cotton 6oM in AtltnU on Monday at JCJ16, the highest figures .-.ttained in that market th'8 Benson. There was quite a shower of infants in New Yotk cily last year, seventeen hun dred and Iwenly three having beer: picked up in the streets. The United States Senate bag rejected the Tiomination of George J. StuLblefield aa United States Attorney fur ' tho Middle District of Tennessee. . - In '.Vest Virginia recently & man mur dered three persons, and attended' the fu neral of two of them aa pall-bearer before his crime was discovered. Gen. Gllem has ordered an election for the ratification of the constitution of Ar kansas, to be held on the 15th of March next, to continue five days. The benefits of Advertising, if not al ways immedi?te, generally pay well in the lonf run, and we are sincere ...

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. — 28 February 1868

1 A A. cu. F. O. ItlcCOKI), Local Kditor. FRIDAY MORNING, FEB'Y. 8. 1CCG. Nashville Jt Ieatiir Hail Kond --Depar -tures. Fmssciier Trains North, 10.C) a. m. & 1.40 a. a. " " South, 1.4') r. m. & 12.07 a. m. Freight Train North, 2.45 a.m. " South, " l.srr.ir. Jf Tickets to all points North an J South. T. P. WESTMORELAND, Ajr't. Mrs. Rudd offers to the Ladies of PuUs i and vicinity a very fine vnriety of hats, lonnota, fringes, laces and ribbons 6t cost. Call if vou wish a bargain. Feb. 14-tf Lenten Services. ; We are requested to state that the fol lowing services will be held during the present season of Lent, in the Hall used by the cocgregation of the Church of the Messiah : - " Morning prayer and Litany on every Wednesday and Friday at 11 o'clock. Evening prayer daily throughout the en tire season r.t 7 o'clock, with a familiar lecture, on every Thuisday evening, upon the Christian life, on every Friday even ing upon Catholic Christianity and its cor ruptions ; while 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. — 28 February 1868

01.1. L. AV. McCOItO, Editor PnJ Publisher. OFFICE WEST HIDE PCBLIO BQCAEE rr STAIRS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, Invariably in. Advance. Term of Advertising. Advertisement in-cited at $2,00 per square, (10 line oiless, in thi tpefor the first, and 50 cents t'.-r each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not. marked with the number ot insertions denircd will be inserted and charged for ot the regular rate until ordered out. List of Prices for Advertises;: I 1 mo 2 mos. j 3 inos 6 mos. lyr. 3,S0 ' $3 til 1S 6 8 11 15 I 20 U 11 15 20 I 25 10 15 j 13 25 I 80 12 15 20 25 j 40 15 18 25 80 I 45 20 25 j 30 j 40 , j 55 23 ,30 I C5 j 50 ! 80 1 square, 2 squares 3 squares 4 sinn?et column column 3i column 1 column Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 3 mouths or less, must be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are pcrr.iit'.ed to renew quarterly free of charge; further renewals charged one dollar per square. . Advertisement...

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 March 1868

TO) -i PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FUlMY MORNING, MARCH- 6, 18G8, NUMBER 10. w in Itc-ticu aim j.evv-iy x urnisuo THIS 1,-ur-c is beintr thoroughly repaired and rcn New carpets and furniture in every room. Thorns to rent. Thnnkful 1"r a liberal pat ronnge heretolorc, a continuance of the same is re spectfully solicited. .1"" Rl MALE SCHOOL, CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL, PULASKI, TENN. ryUK first, term of ISiiS opens ..the 2Ui January 1. and continue tweuty week. For circular apply to - . ; i. p. osiioune, . JaulO-tf Frlneipi.l. INn-LTDI-CAT.. OAPvD ! DE,. ABERNATHY Otfcrs his. .professional services to the citizens ot Pulaski una Giles county. )t v ice -A t Tennessee Hoitsc, Pulaski i jaii34-2m ' T. M. X.. JONES. . . JONES & Attorneys JNO. A. T1NS0X. TINNON, sit Law, "PULASKI, TEX.V. (BOX - Sf.) . Will practice in the State and Fcdciul Cour.a. OFFICE 3d door wont in Otlieo How, west of May's corner. junl7-tf Dll J. F. GHANT, ; liESPFCT FOLLY tenders his services to the people- of Giles u ...

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 March 1868

L, W. WcCORU, Editor fnJ Publisher. or tics, west side rviuc sqcaek rr stairs. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, In variably in Advance. PTJIxASEZ, TEim FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 18G3 Impeacliment. No new developments have been made. Everything quiet and serene at Washing ton. It is oot now believed that the President will be impeached. The Legislature. A bill is now before the Senate, having passed third reading ia the House, author izing the Governor to equip and call into service one or more regiments of State Guards from each Congressional District of the Sate, and to regulate the Governor's tUff. Io the Senate a bill was passed to repeal the law leasing out the penitentiary, pro viding that this act shall not in any way affect the contract now existing with the lessee or their vested rights under it ; and also setting aside the present Directory and leviving the old law in reference to the appointment of Directors. An exchange proposes the following ticket for 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. — 6 March 1868

( ' f ,tf F. O. McCORD, Local Editor. j . K FRI D AX il OTtNI NO, MARCH C, 1SC3 ; z z Tl " ; Jn'ashville it liecatur Kail ISoad Dep til rei. TWenger Trains North, -10 a. jr. & 1.45 " Souths 1 i ) t. m.&12.07a.: Freight Train North, --. ! 2.45 x.. " 4 Soutn, 1.20.P.-M 15" Tkketa to all points Nojth and South. . , T. WESTMOIiELAND, jLtfl. Mrs. Rudd offers to the Ladies of Pulas Vi and viciuity a very tine variety of hats, xnnete, fringes, laces and ribbons st cost. Call if you wish a bargain. Feb. I4-tf New Advertisements. Harp Iluabundrt has closed out the whisky huai ne and ha., in connection with our young friend Billy Tierce, etahlithed at Lis old stand a nice con fectionery and reaturant. Sue advert'iBernent. The Ku Kluz, at the Columbia Naraery, offer rare inducements to thoc wishing to supply thera- kelvcs with fruit treca. I F. G.Tignor comes out with a new and extend ed card to-day. lie ia a fine workman and clever gentleman, and employs nouo but the best work men. 44...

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 March 1868

V- mvmx. L. y JIcCOKl, Kditor Pnd Publisher. : (iryifE WEST S1IE I'CBLIO SQUARE IT STAIRS. " "TF.K.MS OF SUP.SCIilPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at t'2,00 per souare, (10 linos oHes, in this tpe,1 for the first, and 60 cent fVr each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the number ot insertions desired Will be inserted and -jharg-ed for ot the regular rates until ordered out. ; l.iit of Prices for Atlvertis'nz: 1 mo ! 'l mos. 3 mos. i 6 mos. Ivr. 1 square, '2 r-quare Z .squares 4 squares If. s tn ! i-r. I s n I is I a-) II 15 20 I 23 hr ' 1S -jr, i j 15 i 2D '25 ! 40 IS -25 30 I 45 '25 1 SO 40 55 , .Id j 85 I 50 j 90 i I 0 (5 I ID ;i column u J column 15 J column 20 1 column ! 25 1 Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in udvr.iH-c. Those inserted for 3 months or less, must li'j accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers sue permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; further renewals cha...

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 March 1868

AS 'HI rmi Ul L ;4J 7 t i J t I ! ! 1 M I L J HjJL JL iLJ.iLLI VOLUME JO. BUSINESS CARDS, TENNESSEE . HOUSE, WEST SIDE TUB. SQUARE, PULASKI, - " " Ti:.V. THANK T'AITSOM, Proprietor. Rc-littcd and Hewly Turnislied ! T' " HIS lior.se is being thoroughly repaired and ren ovated. New carpts and furniture in every room. Koorus to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat ronaTcliereU.lore, a continuance ot the fame is le ppectlully solicited. .l"" MALE SCHOOL, CLASSICAL .-.-AUU MATHEMATICAL, PULASKI, TENN. - 'PIIE first torm of opens tlie 20th January J- ami continues twenty weeks. For circular apply to I. P. tIM)RNP, JanlO-tf Principal. MIDICVX CVr.ID ! DR. ABERNATHY Oil'urH liia professional services to the citizens ot Pulaski ami Giles county. Oi-kice AtTenncssoc llonsc, Tulaski. janS4-2m T. II. K. JONES. JNO. A. TINN'ON-. JONES & TINNON, Attorneys at Ljiw, PlP, ASKI, TL.SS. (150X 00.) Will praclaco in the State and Fedei al Cour';s. OFFICE 5d door west in Oilico Kow, west of Muyb corner. ...

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 March 1868

!. . mil Im V. JittOHU, Editor rud Publi-her. OFFI'-K WUT IIK PCHLIO SQCAKE Vr STAIRH. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, lu variably in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1863. In Marshall County, the entire Conservative tiek t was elected. At Lcwisborg only two negroes out of fifty voted lor the Radical candidate. The impeachment managers are in daily cession, taking testimony, but have thus far developed no thing new. Mr. Bingham will be the leading counsel in the part of the House. The Radical carried Nashville, the jailer i nd oe justice of the peace being negroes. The Con crvative knowing there was no chance, made little effort. A new bill for the admission of Alabama, under thanew Constil ution, which was not adopted at the late elation, was introduced iu Congress Tuesday. Ia the Maryland Legislature, Gen. E. O. Vickers was chosen United States Senator, reciting 69 votes, against 4 1 for Mr. Thom as and 25 for Mr. Earl. The purpose of Congress to impeach 'the Pre...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
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