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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 13 March 1868

V. F. O. McCORO, Local Ilditor. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 18C8 Nashville fit Decatur Itail Iload Depar tures. Passenger Trains North, 9.40 a. m. & 12.10 a. u. " " South, 9.40 a. it. & 1.20 a.m. Freight Train North, 11. 25 P. " ' South, 2.41 p. I5J Tickets to all points Nojth an J South. JOHN ROSE, Ag't. Mrs. Ruoo offers to the Ladies of Pulas i and vicinity a very fine variety of hats, jonnet8, fringes, laces and ribbons st cost. Call if vou wi6h a bargain. Feb. 14-tf By invitation of our young friend J. Neal MacKenza, who is agent for Mestrs. Trep- pard & Co. of Nashville, we called to ex amine tha new stove called the Favorite, now advertised in our columns. The etove is made with extraordinary care and we do not doubt will fnlGl all the promises made in its behalf by the manu facturers. It claims to require less feed, to keep up a uniform heat, to cook in short er time and to last for many years ; all of which Mr. MacKenzie assure? us that lie will warrant. House keep...

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 March 1868

r - 10 L. AV. Mt( OKI), Editor md Pitbli-hir. CKFICt WtST I1TK 11 VLC KiUAKt- CI' STAIKS. TEEMS OF SLT.SCinrTIOX. Three Iollars per Annv.w, Invariably in AJvar.ce. Term of Advertisin::. Advertisements inrted at -,'") jr square, ('10 linos jDtlew, in this tpc, for the first, mid 50 cents fi-rrach subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions desired will bo inserted and v harmed fur ol the. regular rates until ordereil out. List of I'licrs for Adiertis''nu: 1 mo j 2 mos. J 3 mos- j C mos. j 1 yr. S U 15 I -J- b 11 15 J' I '25 10 I 15 H j ii. ' r 12 15 j '2') ! 25 -10 15 1S 25 ?) -15 i:0 ; :w j 40 j r,6 -ir, , r,o ! r5 ! r.o o o 1 square, 2 squares H squares 4 suaies H col u mil , column J column 1 column -Advertisements inust bo paid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 3 months or less, must lie accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; farther renewals charged one dollar per square. 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. — 20 March 1868

..-aSMO" HW-tlPi r Til gf;jiriir"i!a'Sginiiif-ri'in 1 Co FT TT 71 FX PTWTIj1 F l i 0 PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAY MOKNLN'G, MARCH 20, 1SGS, VOLUME 10. NUMDEK 12. iwn-riTf -fi-aw- wirtiT"- ear- i.wtr r mi A Ci; 3 1 r l I . Z 5. i i I X i JL UZJ12J BUSINESS CAltDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, . WEST SIDE PUH. SQUARE, PULASKI, - TK.NN. THANK HANSOM, Proprietor. Re-fittcd and ITcwly Furnished ! HTIIS house is boinj thoroughly repaired and ren X. ovated. New carpet uikI furniture in every room. Kooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat ronage heretoiore, a eontinuauco of tho same is re upectluily solicited, jan CI MALE SCHOOL, CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL, .-v ' rPiIE firt tirni of 1S0S opens the 20th January JL and continues twenty weeks. For circular apply to " I. i. ovuoknii, JanlO-tf rrineip.il. MEDICAL C AXID ! DR. ABERNATHY Offers hirt professional services to the citizens 'oi 1'ulaski and Giles county. Ovkic AtTennessoe IIor.se, Tulaski. janS4-2m T. M. N. JONKS. JNO. A.. TINN0N. JOIJES & TIN...

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 March 1868

" to I. W. IcCOIlI), Lditor nd Publisher. OrriCE WT RIDE PlfcLIC SQCAHt- CP STAIKS. " ti-:i:ms of subscription. Three Dollars Ter Annum. Invarially in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 20. 18C8 The first negro jury at Memphis U try ing a murder cso. The hurricane of last Monday niyl t pas sed ever the entire West, destroying pro perty to a great extent. The Press and Tiwjhas Kuklux on the lrair. In Wednesday's issue it says "a 6he Kuklux has been discovered in Germany." Arlington, Gen Lee's estate, is to be di vided into lots of five and ten acres' aod rented to negroes. Judge Hawkins, of the Supreme Court, has tendered his resignation, and Henry G. 'Smith, of Memphis, is spoken of as 1. is successor. The Boston Jourual has a etoiy that "President Johnson will escape impeach rncn cn if found gvilty, through the influ ence of Wasontc members of the Senate." The Illinois Central Railroad Company fold nearly 18,000 acre3 of land in the month of January, and enough town lots to make the en...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 March 1868

Co F. O. McCORD, Local Kditor. Friday morning, march 02, 1863 Nashville 6t Uecatnr Kail Road Depar tures. raasecger Trains North, 9.40 a. m. & 12.19 a. u. " South, 9.40 a. M. & 1.25 a.m. fcYtight Traiu North, 11. 2.5 p. ic. ' South, 2.47 p. it. YST Tickets to all points North and South. , . , , . .TOIIN EOSE, Ag't. As the whole face of the earth is now bo Itag decorated with the beauties of nature, U becomes us to imitate her and decorate oir walls with something in unison. For euch purpose J. R. Osborn has just receiv ed a large and beautiful stock of Wall Pa per, Borderings, etc., to suit the taste. Fire screens made to order. It. The "Directory" referred to in last week's paper was unavoidably crowded out with out our knowledge. It appears this morning. Storm. Nearly a week's sultry, rainy weather terminated last Monday night at this point in a severe wind and rain storm. Many of our citizens were much alarmed, fearing a repetition of the disastrous hurri cane of two year...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 March 1868

?! lutein (Sifkcan VO ' L. IV. 3IcOill, Tditor rnd Ptibii-her. OKV1CK WLST HUE l'L'KLIC 8QUAUE LP rTAIIiS. T.EKMS OF f-d'EKOKIPTION. Throe Doll.irs per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms Advertising. Advertisements inserted at ?'2,00 per sxjnarc, (10 Hues orle's, in this tpe, 1 lor the first, and i0 cents I'it o.ioli subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with tho number ot inrx-rltons desired will le inserted and charged (or ot tlie regular rates until ordered out. m- ' . . List of Price for Advertivng: I 1 mo j ll nun!. 3 raos. C mos. lyr. fS 11 1 0 8 11 15 I 20 v, n 15 t!o I as 10 j 15 J 3 'J5 I to lil j 15 !') j 25 40 15 IS ! 30 I 45 20 25 30 40 J r.5 25 , 30 S5 J 50 ! 90 1 s-jtiaiv, 2 squares 3 squares 4 sijiiatfeh IZ column !s cohiiini column 1 column Advertisements must, bo paid quarter yearly in udvuncc. Those inserted l'or 3 months or less, must le accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers aro erniittcd to renew qnarterly free of charge; farther 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. — 27 March 1868

CI 7 : 1 w H IN o ; VOLUME 10. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1SC8, : NU3IBE11 13. n JLiLllil it u 1 U -LL BUSINESS GAUDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, -1 "WEST SIDE PUB. fc'QTJAEE, . PULASKI, - - - TE.NN. FRATTH FTAII3CM, Proprietor. Re-fLttcd and Ilcvly Furnished ! riTIIS honsc is being thoronrbly repaired andren-X- vated. Kew carpet and furniture in every room. Rooms to rent. Tbankful,flr a liberal pat ronntre horetolore, a continnar.iro of the aiiine is re-. ppccttuUy solicited. . .. jan 31 . MALE SCHOOL, CLASSICAL'- AND 1IATIIE1IATICAL, :i PULASKI, TEinr. ; .; M'HE first term of 1SG3 opens .tLe 20th January X and continue twenty weeka. . For circular apply to .; 1 : - . I. P. OSBORNE,- JanlO-tf. . " Principal. :e:dic.a.iv cajrx! . DR. ABERNATHY OiTors Lid professional services 'w the citizens ol Pulaski and tiilca county, - . Orricc At Tennessee House, Pulaski. jan34-2ru V. U. 2J. JOXF.S. iXO. A.T1NN0N. V"?' JONES'' & TINNON, Attorneys at Law, . .: rUI.ASKI, TENN. ,. ' (...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 27 March 1868

5 i km Im W. McCORD, Editor md PublUher. orric west side ruvLio jcae r staiss. TEHM8 OF SURSCRIPTION. Three DLr pr Annum, Invariably in Advance. FRIDAY UOilNINO, MARCH 27. 1868 It is announced that General Gordon Granger will succeed General Emory in command of the District of Columbia. . Since the 6rst day of January, 18G7, forty-nine pTions bare been tent to the Pen itentiary from Knox county. " The young man who recently went oo a bridal tour with an angel in muslin, baa re turned with termagant in hoops. The rumor i egaio afloat that the Presi dent intends to resign before the conclu sion of hie trial. , . ... . . . , The Hoase pasd the bill withdrawing the concent of New Jereey to the ratifica tion cf the fourteenth article ofhe Consti totion, OTer the reto of the Gorenor. The Ridicsl re alarmed at certain Priidentil moTemtnU, in which Chase's name has besa used, and Greebsy was sent lo still ths troubled waters. Old Tbad. says he does not intend to die antii the President is c...

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. — 27 March 1868

r ( X F. O. IIcCOIiD, Local Editor. FMD AY. HORNING, MARCH 27. 1C68 JJ? iTille Secatar Rail Eoad Depar tures. Twiesjer Trains North, .40 .. m. A 12.19 a. m " Eon A, 9.40 a. M. & 1.23 a.m. IWjbt Train North, 11. 25 r. u. ' Bonth, 2.47 r. u. 17J Tteketa to all points Notth and South. JOHN EOSE, Ag't. Y7nxir. -A gsctlrnaa of this city who Li a besa rcsticatinj down on Shol oreek, is tbt eouth-wvstern portion of the county, for A faw days, says the prospect for r.o &Lucdct yield of wheat is very fine. One oil fercatr, who has been living in the 03Sty for fifty years, states that ho never bad such profiting prospects for wheat in Lit lib. "Uatsan." NothiDir unforeseen 'Wat- on" will b exhibited at Pulaski the first Uoauiy in April, (6ih). AdtaUtioa free. Front eeats reserved (or those who appreciate a noble borse. nsir 27 ti Geo. T. Allman. Tfcorccgfc-bred for Sale. Win. Maxwell's thorough bred mare will be soli to the highest bidder on the public square in Pulaski on Monday 6th ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 27 March 1868

i t , t V I. W.JlcCOl'm, "Editor "ud I'oblUher. OFFICE WHT Kin FCBtlC SQ0 AEE CP 8TAIJ18. 'TERMS OF SUnsCEIl'TION.: 1 . . . TLreo Dullars per Annum, Invariably irj Advance. ,., Terms of -Advertising , , . AdvertiM-ment inserted at ? V-K per Trquarc, '( K) lines -.i lees,, in.tb tpe, j for the fir?, hm d,50 cents lVrracb subsequent iiirtertia.. - 'a. . .-. . Advertisements not marked with -the ncinber ot iu.-TtiOns desired will be inserted and charged for ot the regular rates until ordered out. . List of Prices for Advertis:n: J 1 mo 1 square, I f 3.50 2 mos. 3 mo, i 6 mos I s l til ! u S I 11 I 15 I 20 11 I 15 I 2 I 25 15 I 13 I 25 I 30 13 I 20 25 40 1? 25 SO I 45 25 J 30 40 5a 30 ) 85 j 50 j 90 2 s-itiares I fi 3 squares ' ' 8 4 s:naie I 10 11 column 12 15 20 25 a column ' . 1 column 1 .'. column Advertisements matl be paid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 3 months or less, must be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are permitted to renew quarterly free of...

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. — 3 April 1868

71 rm "F77TP ' 77. . H V 3 . V 0 VOLUME 10. PULASKI- TENNESSEE, FRiDAY MORNING, APKIL 3, 1868, NUMBER 14. nTlTnT'njl A Mini TP - A O U7JiPllk Ci BUSINESS CA.11DS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, "WEST SIDE PUB. SQUAKE, PULASKI. - - -,. TENN. 7 : FRAIX VAN30M, . Proprietor. Rc-fitted and Hewly Famished ! 1MI1S house i Win thoroughly repaired and ren ovated. New carpet and furniture in every room. Booms to reut. Thankful for liberal pat ron litre heretofore , a continuance of the name is re epecttully solicited. . Jftn 8' MALE SCHOOL, CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL, PULASKI, TENN. THE nrt term of ISfiS open the 20th January and continue twenty week. Fur circular applj to I. P. OSBORNE, JanlO-tf . Princip-1. DR. ABERNATHY ' Offer his professional services to tho citizens oi a p Pulaski and Giles county. Ornci-- At Tennessee Ilocse, Pulaski jan34-2m t. . x. jomks. jxo. A.nsNo. JONES & TINNON, Attorneys nt ILaw, PULASKI, TENN. "Will practice in the State ;jl OFFICE 8d door west , . . luay u corner. .2 ...

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. — 3 April 1868

l v. McCOltO, Fditor -nd Publi.her. OFFICE WXST SIDE FCM.IO SQCABS tf STAIRS. TKKMS OF SCRSCRIPTTON. Three Dollar per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Term of Advertising. Advertisements inserted lit f 2.0A per square, ,flO !ine oile. in this tpe f.r thu iirt, and CO cent fr each subsequent insertion. ' - Advertisement not marked with the nambcr of insertions desired will Ihj inserted and charged for ol the regular rates until ordered out. . . , ' FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 3. 1868 Geo. Hancock has returned to Washing ton, and will, it is thought, soon iesuo a general order assuming command. - Snow mixed trilli ashes fell lately in Mi chigan. Hell is getting on tp. Mobile Tribune. .'. - . , During a quarrel between two negroea at Columbia, Mondaj night, one of thm shot the other through the head, killing him al most instantly. Capt. Wrn. M. Estelle. a gallant soldier and an able and eloquent lawyer of Jack-, aon. Miss., was foully assassinated at that plaee on Monday night. The successor of...

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. — 3 April 1868

F. O. McCORD, Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1868 Nashville & Decatur Rail lload Depar tures. rscngcr Trains North, 9.44 a. v. & 1219 a. sr. " " South, 9.40 a. m. fe 1.2'i a.m. Freight Tralu North, 11.25 p. i.. " South, 2.47 r.M. t5f" Tickets to ell points Noith and South. . JOHN KOSE, Ag't. Thorough-bred for Sale. Wm. Maxwell's thorough bred mare will be sold to the highest bidder on the public equare in Pula6ki on Monday 6lh day of April. St Bowing Green 7oo!en Hills. .. . Erery wool-grower in Gil county no matter how small hie operations should call at our office, get a circular and ex amine apecimena of good a manufactured at the above mills. We have specimens of caeaimers, flannels lineeys, tweeds, cai petings, etc., etc., from the fineat to the commonest grades. Made up for farmers on shares, or for the money at low prices. Merchant should also call and examine the specimens and prices cf these goods. And in no wise should farmers or mer chants omit to examine ...

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 April 1868

l.. W. JlcCOKU, Fditor 'nd Iubli-her. OFFICE WEST SIDE PUKL1C SttCAEE CF STAIRS. TKKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tbree Dollar per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Term of Advertising-. Adverti.-u incuts inserted at f'2.0 per sonare, ( 10 lines orle. in this tpe, for the first, and 60 cents fi-r each Hiibucquent insertion. - Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions desired will be in;erted and charged for cl the regular rate until ordered out. List of Pric for Advertising: J 1 mo 2 mos. 8 mos , 6 mos. lyr 1 square, 2 square 8 squares 4 sqtiaiet. yi column column i. column 1 column ,50 6 8 to 12 6 i s $n t 1 8 11 15 1 20 11 I 15 20 I 25 15 I 18 25 I 80 15 I 20 25 40 13 25 80 I 45 1h 80 40 I 55 80 85 60 L90 i 15 20 ! 25 Advertisement must be paid quarter yearly In advance. Those inserted for 3 months or less, must be accompanied with the monev. Yearly adverti sers are permitted to renew quarterly free of charge further renewals charged one dollar per square. ' Advertisements from 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. — 10 April 1868

K. Hj11Mj.10j1no :J- 'iLlL.il J 1 VOLUME 10. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1868, NUMBER 15. BUSINESS CARDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, - l "west side pub: square, PULASKI, - - - TENN. rnAITlI FAIISOM, Proprietor. Re-fitted and lie wly Tarnished ! TIIIS Louse 5a being thoroughly repaired and ren ovated. New carpet and furniture in every room. Rooms to rent. Thankful for liberal pat ronage heretotore, a continuance of the same is re fpecttully solicited. - jan 81 MALE SCHOOL, CLASSICAL AHD MATHEMATICAL, PULASKI, TENN. THE first term of 1863 opens tba 20th Jannary tkuilouttiu xe twenty weokt. - . For circular apply to . . .' , 1 . ' s j Vi. p. ofioRKE, :- JanlO-tf I'rineip!. jSIEIDICAX, CAJRDl -' - DR. ABERNATHY OtTors his professional services to the citizens ol I'ulaskiUna Giles county. OrricE At Tennessee House, Pulaski. jan3i-2rn JT. M. JOXE. . j. J ' . .. . .. .. .i . .S. JJfO. A.T1NMON. JONES .& .TINNON, . Attorneys ht Linv, PULASKI,' TENN. (BOX 69.) ' : Will practice i...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 10 April 1868

L. V McCORD, Editor nd Publisher. r-J- 1.1 " ' 1 ' OFFICE WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE CP STAIR. ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Throe Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance J i FjllD AT MORNING, APRIL' 10, 1C68 Some of Johnson's friends are "bo san- guine of acquittal, they claim that ten or twelve Radicals are against the measure, twelve uaaicais are ag The k President's counsel openly declare Butler's course alone will kill impeach ment. -Since it has been announced that tie Pres ident's counsel would summon Stanton to the bar of impeachment, the House Mana gers have determined to summon old Lo renzo Thomas and Gen. Hancock at the same hour, lest they should seize the War office in Stanton's temporary absence. A new edition of the Bible is announced in Chicago. Its characteristic feature is an improved family record, suited to the wants of that peculiar city. In addition to the pages ordinarily devoted to births, mar riages and deaths, several leaves Kill be provided for divorces. The Cinc...

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 April 1868

F. O. McCOItD, Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1868 Nashville Decatur Kail Road Dcpar .i.. .- . " tures. Passenger Trains North, 2.25 p. m. & 12.21 a. m. . " South, 9.19 a. M. & 2.43 a.m. Freight Train North, 10. 12 a. v. " South, 2.25 p. m. Tickets to all poiuUNoith and South. JOHN ROSE, Ag't. For Spring & Summer. '"LI Oliver, at Burdetl'a old Drug store, south-east corner of the square, has just received a complete stock of boota, shoes and bats for spring and summer wear, which he offers to his old customers and tb3T public generally cheaper than they can be bought in the city of srashville. Go and prioe them for . yourselves. He has bought them low and will give you bar gains! 2t. Hotice. Just received at the Book Store a large Supply of Wrapping Paper. City and country merchants supplied at Nashville prices. " " " It. . . . Fruit Killed: " It ia thought by most every one with Mthoin we have talked upon the subject that nearly all the fruit was killed by 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. — 10 April 1868

-j L. XV. JSIcCOUD, Editor pd lubliher. OrTICB WM.ST SIDK rffcLlC BftCAJii: UP TAIB8. tki:msTJV subscription. Three Dollar tnir Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at f 2,00 per snunre, (10 lines orlofrt, in this type," for the first, and 0 cents t'tr each subsequent insertion. . - Ad vertisi-ments not marked with the number of insertions defcired will 1 inserted ond charjred for ct the regular rates until ordered out. - - List ot Price for Atlvertis nsr: 1 mo 3,50 6 8 10 12 15 20 25 3 tnos. i 6 mos. lyr. 1 square, 2 squares 3 squares 4 sqnaxes X column " column column 1 column ... . J I 3 fll 15 8 11 I 15 I 20 11 15 I 20 I 25 15 13 I 25 I SO 15 20 I 25 40 18 25 30 45 25 J 30 j 40 55 .30 85 50 90 Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 3 mouths or lees, inunt be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are jermittod to renew quarterly free of charge; further renewals charged one dollar per square. Adver...

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 April 1868

T3 1L VOLUME 10. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1868, NUMBER 16. TTTfrn -A Qui nTnni'TtijW hi i lliMX BUSINESS CARDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, WEST SnE PUB. SQUAEE, PULASKI, - - - TEXN. FRAIIK HANSOM, Proprietor. Re-fitted and Newly Furnished ! rpiIIS house in being thoroughly repaired and rcn--L ovatert. New carpets and furniture ia every room. Rooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat ronage heretolore, a continuance of the same ia re spectlully solicited. n 8 MALE SCHOOL, CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL, PULASKI, TENN. rPiIE firt term of 1968 opens the 20th January -L and continued twenty weeks. For circular apply to I. P. OSBORNE, JanlO-tf Principtd. MEDICAL CARD ! DR. ABERNATHY OtTrs his professional services to the citizens ot l'ulaski and Giles county. OrricE AtTennesseo House, Pulaski. jan84-2m T. If. N. JONES. J.N'O. X.TiSXOS. JONES & TINNOK, Attorneys nt JLaw, PULASKI, TENN. (BOX 99.) Will practice in tho Stato and Fodeial-Couris. OFFICE Sd door west in Otfico liow, ...

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 April 1868

I.. AV. .lIct'OKU, Editor pii1 Publisher. OFFICE WEST gIIE FUBLIC KtJCARE UP STAIRS. . . TEliilS-Of SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollar fr Annum, Invariably in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1868. The. wheat crop ..of middle Tennessee promisea to be very fine. Impeachment will cost at the rate of one hundred millions pr annnra. The degeneracy of the times is melan choly. The evidence of it seems to be in creasing in high places. An exchange calls greenbacks rags for the people. We've got a rag-bag at home we would like to fill with them. A local Democratic Convention in South Carolina has nominated Wade Hampton for Governor. ' ; Sumner has declared that six of his par ty associates will vote to acquit Mr. John son. 'i"" One hundred members of the lower House htiVe taken advantage of impeachment to go home. There are 32,000 lawyers ic the United States, whose annual earnings amount to 664,000,000. There is a' talk of hurrying in one or two reconstructed StateB to secure the convic tion of...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
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