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

F. O. McCOItl), Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1068. Nashville St Decatur Hail ItoatI Depar- - tares. Pulaski Accommodation Leaves Pulaski 5.80, a. m. Arrives Nashville 10.00, a.m. Leaves Nashville 3.30, p. jc. Arrives Pulaski 8.00, p. m. Freight and Accommodation North, 10.30, a. k. Night Expi ess - - - 12.06, a.m. Freight and. Accommodation South, 12.16, p.m. ftight Express 4- - . - - 2.47, a. m. tST Tickets to all points Noi th and South. " ' T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. Sacks furnished, and highest market prioe paid, for good wheat .and corn. July24 2m McGuire & Ezell. Died. Near this city, Saturday night, Ang. 1, of cancer, Mr. IIknrt S. Bkxnett. He vraa hurried on Sunday afternoon in the new cemetery by the Odd Fellows, of which order he was an honorable member. Bankruptcy. Several new bankrupt-notices appear in this paper. - Pugilistic. A coupU of country gentlemen had a alight misunderstanding in front of the Citizen office last Monday. The lie passed, And a black ...

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 August 1868

(HsJ5 gnu asm uumu rrj'i.ic f-jf ahc ' up e4ii..4. i t r: ms of sunsciMPTior Three I rer Annum. Invaii-i .V!i!::'"i.''"llHllt .i:t:ctin.u:r enri.'.idute for : '.I'c or I ti'-.-t 'X t . r. i 1'i.iir.-; fi ri: Jr. j aiTsrys hi :i i i.r.i-i o!i; r.im iv.. i J t i i!.i:fv of rcsject ct t.-n !ir..'s i: iiisih I ur;"-.l far si I thor-.g liar advertising rati-. Miirri.iires, deaths and religious nntiei iH'tis. Tonus of Advertising. rlli'.-::.-iils i;:Koi Lei at i2,i"j pr souare, ( 10 liws rl-s, in t his t piO f-r the first, and 0 cvnls ; r.-ach .!i.-!v,ifiit ti'iii. Ad v-ru.-''r;'i.-n's r.-i marked -.v-1 1 li too number of i ;.:-! t..';)irt desired will l tin: regular n;t.s r.i. ; i ;i sr'.-d and ordered out. -ary-.-d :r 1 i t f Irir?- for Advortis iv-: j 1 mo j 'J i.i'is. J Z Mios. j 0 mos. J lr I fr,,oo ! .i j JU 'Air. li I '- 11 I i". j 2 3 ill I 'J"; 10 l.'i j 1 S I k " 1 :." i 2. j li i '2') i MS 115 . 5 It) I 4-" f 21 j !i5 ' 1 8- 11- .',5 1 hr;:;:trc, 2 Mjiuire.-, 3 Hiuines A I! .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. — 14 August 1868

wi 1 IbzjiDjl n VOLUME 10 PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1S68, NUMBER 33. BUSINESS CMIDS, .VLLISON & ELLIS, Manufacturers of Boota & Shoes, KOKTIl 11E l'UHLIC SQUARE, (in oli cinv block,) lnlsk.i, - Tcnn. MANUFACTURE from host matcriul. All work warranted and nuti.sf;ictiii guaranteed. uprl7 TENNESSEE HOUSE, WEST SIDE PUIi. SCiUAEE, PULASKI, - - - TE.NN. FHATTK HANSOM, Proprietor. Ee-fitted and Newly Furnished ! rllS hooso i being thoroughly repaired and ren ovate. New carjH.trt and furniture iu every oom. ltoonis to rent. Thunkful for a liberal pat onapo htretoiore, a continuance of the same is re octlully solicited, jan 81 MEDICAL CARD ! DH. ABEIiNATHY Offers liia professional services to the citizens ot Pulaski and Giles county. Ofkios AtTenncssee-IIouse, Tulaski. jan3t-2m t. If. M. JONES. JNO. A. TlNNOIf. JONES & Attorneys TINNON, at JLaw, PULASKI, TEW. (DOX H9.) Will practice in tho State and Fodoi al Courts. OFFICE 3d door west in OSco Row, west of ...

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 August 1868

suborn I.. W. .!eCOIt!, 5litor md r.ibli-ht-r. I'i JU i WT MLK J-fbLIC tijL AilK LI- KTAlltS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Didlurs jer Annum, Invariably in Advance. NATIONAL DE5IG(: RATIO TICKET. 1'or President, GCGItA .1 A O fl n j'r r--- 8J J OF NW YOl:K. S'or Vice Pi evident, FRANK P. BLAIR, or -"uissnuiti. . FJtlDA Y MORNING, AUGUST 11. 1CC3. Death cf .Tkadeus Stsvens. Despatches from Washington announce that lion. ThaJous Stevens died on the tiiht of tha 11th inat. at precisely 12 o'clock, ' ; Tho Radical Split at Nashville. . The radical convention held at Nasnviile nr. Wn.7nocdr.T lact crdif in fmain and ndl , ... . ' , . it ! l .in marl wit imir. mnkinT ft nnminatiim.. Af. i , ' . ." ; - - -iustlv deprived ; but, alas ! history has on lerwatcs, the two factions met in separate - r , . . conventions, and each nominated, a candi date P, C. Mercer and Col. Prosser. Kentucky Election. ' The official returns from e.ghty-6.3c coun ties havp been received.' The net gain for Governo...

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 August 1868

3 i o. r.iccoiiu, I.e.-.- I l Jlt-r. . . FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 163. Nashville lJe;ctitur Il-.ui IV.-.svJ- Pulaski Accommodation Leaves Pulj.,ki 5.0'J, Ai rives Nathvillc 10.00, L-avca Nashville 3.30, Arrive Pulaski S.00, Freight and Accommodation Noi tl:, 10.Cc, Night Expicss - 12.0-J, Freight and Accominodati on Sou:h, 12.10, Night Express - 2.17, XZT Tickets to nil points Noith un.l f-.-utli t. s. Westmoreland, a a. l: . , A. ix. P. M . p. :,r. A. M. A. II. P. it. A. ii. Sacks furnished and highest market price paid for good wheit,Hnd corn. July21 2m McGuire k E?jll. W. C. Collier. The card of Mr. Cc'lior, news dealer, Nashville, appears in this paper. Ha de a thorough gentlemen, and th.-33 Laving orders to fill cannot do bettor than entrust them to him. Fine Fra.it. "Jos. 8. EJmundacn, Esq., haa cur thanks for a lot of the finest peaches ever brought to this office. Mnj. Urownlow mada us hippy over a basket of those "nice, largo, f.ti., round, square," democratic peaches of ...

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 August 1868

ftV ft 5i l. w. m ( ;!. iJj::r n i Pni: i-: or net., wi.-i fii.v ni i 10 nrr.i- ii's-tm..-. teems ok sri;a":!i''i io::. Three Dollars i r AntuiiTi, Invurhildy in A.; ;ncc Anuuunr riii;;t . Announcing oi.r..!:d:ic. f i-S i.r T"': t : "t on": ? tn l'iHrr; roust? '. i:-.c; i.!.v;' h ii!vu:-'- ObUu :iri. .- : i ' 'V'-' ' s of r: -pee.t tr te.i l'f i Icncrih -h.rt.-. f-r ..(. t i.c ..! iur a ' v -i t'.i :i rs.tes Mu!iii.'" -., 'it lit and rv !! r.otites gratis. '1; Terms of AIv itSi:. Advertisement inserted i.t 2,' '. per ci'.'.are. (10 lino-t 't1c?s, in this t j... fur t ha f.r.-t.und a' ituls IV r Hc.ii .-iibicjinit insertion. Ad vi i '.';.-(. n. cnt i!"' iiia''ke. 1 with th ; r.ur.'x r ia.-crt.i'.r.s wc-ired v. i'.l Vo ins ar-ed id . ! ; v.; 1 f. r j ot the regular rates until ordered out. ) l.::t ol I'n'tf for A Jvfr;,'j.r' j 1 Mu 2 l:i'-. j :;i:c3 . C 1:.'.. j 1T. t ' i n I !1 I 15 , s i: jr. t -i ft til I ir. i 2 I -2.-. 1 I IT I . C) T.1 i J.'i I '2' i 4v 13 l- L'j I , ! 45 i o 1 ...

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 August 1868

VOLUME 10 BUSINESS CARDS, ,VTX.ISOlSr & ELLIS. Manufacturers of Boota & Bhoea, NORTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, (in c,:.:i c r.Y-S.T.ocK,') PuInsUi, .... - Tmn. 1f AXUFACTURE frm het material. All irrrk ItL warranto! and satisfaction guaranteed. aprl" TENNESSEE HOUSE. WEST SIDE PUB. PQUAKE, nri.ASKi, ... tex.v. FRANK UANSOM, Proprietor. Re-fitted and Newly Furnished ! 1MIIS lior.se i being thoroughly repaired and ren . ovateL New carpet and furniture in every corn. Kooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat onago heretotorc, a continuance of tho fame is re rvoctlully solicited, jan 81 MEDICAL CAED ! DR. ABERNATHY Offers his pro fusion al nervines to the citizens oi Pulaski and Giles county. Office At Tennessee House, Pulaski. jan34-2m M. X. iONES. JXO. A.T1SX0J. JONES & TINNON, Attorsicys sit Law, PULASKI, TEXX. (BOX 99.) Will jroctiec in tho Stato and Fodoial Court 9. OFFICE 3d door west ia Oifi.cc Erw, west of May ' corner. janl7-tf DR. J. F. GRANT, PULASKI TEITZNT. RESPECTFUL...

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 August 1868

I,. W. 31't)!ll, 1'ititor rn.l InbJisIi r. okfick wot fiiiK rci'.r.i'- miltai:e r r ftaiu. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. NATION A L DEMOCRATO TICKET. For I'residciit, HOBATIO SEYEIOUE, OF NJ-1W YOKK. I'or Vice President, FRANK P. BLAIB, or Missouri. PULASKI, TEInTIST FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1CG8. ELOODY COLLISION. A Sheriff and Lis Tosse Attack a Party of Citizens Near Yaynesbero. Two of the Latter Killed and one Mor tally Wounded. A tragic affair occurred near Waynesbo ro, Saturday, of which the Banner -leaned the following particulars from a gentleman from thai neighborhood : It appears that two companies of ne groes, numbering about ono hundred each, solf-organized, find styling themselves Brownlow's militia, had been drilling naar V.'aynecbcro for some time pact, and at ni 'ht forainrr upon, robbing and pillaging the country. The citizons had stood these outrages with a degree of patience hardly without a parallel, and until forbearanc...

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 August 1868

3 F. O.' McCOIlI), Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1CC3. Nnshvilln Pulaski A.' A: IK'ciitur Kail llond Hrpar tMFCS. immndation Leaves Pulaski 5.0' . a. m. Arrives Nashville 10.00, a.m. Leaves Nashville 3.30, r. m. Arrives Pulaski ?.00, v. u. Freight arid Accommodation North, 10.S'', a. m. Night Kxpicss - 12. 0'1, a.m. Freight and Aceonriiwdation South, 12. lG, i. m. Night F.xpress - 2. 47, a. m. 157"" Ticket.'' to uil i-oii.t -v Noith and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. Sacks furnished and highest market price paid for good wheat and corn. July21 2m McGuiro & Ezcll. At Cost! At Cost J ! L. Oliver is cow offering his large stock of shoes, boots and hats at Cost, to make room for a fall stock. Cull to see him at Eurdett's old Drug Store, south-east cor ner of the square, ami he will give you bargains Aug M-3t- Urs. Adams' School. The next session cf Mrs. Adam's school will coramenee on the first Monday in Sep tember. aur21-td E?xual nights to All. J. T. Fisher, in hid ca...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 21 August 1868

I i '.! ) f I ) X. I V ) I i -. 7 1 rvcajji-jmct tn raw I.. H. "Jt- , I M i i s r i J!uMi!i.-r. n i. v. km urn: ri i i.n: :, ,-. i.e. - i r .uts. terms uk si'escription. Three. l(.!iar. ir Annum, I ii variai ! y in Alvuna. Announcement-. A i.i.'.i-iH-iiiT ;!. lute-. f..r Stale .r I'-str'tol oifi cf - It ii it'.! !;i i : i 'i' lit; 1"' cj i a ) i n a.lv rm-"e. Mi ; :ir 1 .-! and t r!l.:i..-. ' t' rc .i-.-l. over ten Units in ku.lli !..-i . fur at the r. t1u-n,i vi rthirg rater. Mm ri;i!'. r-. ill :iths and rdigiour- notices irratis. "Vims of AilviTii-inc. Advurlisemcn! ir.scitcd nt per Kf;u!ire: ( f liius orbs-, in this tt !. f" r tho f:r.t,i.nd Vi cents IV r c:ih fi(i.:i;i;iii'iit in--' i ! bet. Ad-ertjs. in!ii. in.l i;::irh:1 with tho nimiher of ii s---rt.iis .lo.-irvl will be inserted anil churjel fc-r L tin- rcgnh.r rates until ordero-l out. I.i-t ti I'riri's for AdMli:ir.:: 1 in') n.os. I On. s. I r, nif.-i. Ivr. -,uurij 'inures U ir. ! n 15 j 2-) i.M i 25 1 25 I f.O I 5 40 ) S)...

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 August 1868

ttmt I 1 r - ! PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FUlDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1863, VOLUME 10 NUJIBEK 35. L -1 i i 1 1 j BUSINESS CAHDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, west side run. S(2UAHE, PULASKI, - - - - TE.iV. FSANE HANSOM, Proprietor. Re-fitted and ITewly Furnished ! fIMII3 house is being thoroughly repaired and rcn JL ovatdl. Now carpet- and furniture in every oom. Kooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat on aero horotoloro, a continuance of the same is re soecUully solicited, jan 81 MEDIC AX. CAED ! DR. ABERNATHY OiTrs his professional services to the citizens ot Pulaski and Giles county. Office At Tennessee. House, Fulaski. jan34-2m T. x. N. JONES. JNO. A.TlJiNOJf. JONES & TINNON, Attorneys at Law, PULASKI, TENN. (EOX 93.) Will practice in the State and Fodei al Courls. OFFICE 3d door west in O.Hcc How, west of May" corner. janl7-tf DB, J. F. GRANT, ILPTT3 iASKI TBIsTN". RESPECTFULLY tenders Lis norvieea to tho people of fiiloe and the a-ljoining counties in the practico of MoJieino and Surgery. I...

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 August 1868

l.. V. McCOKD, LMitor f nd l,ti!)Iili r. OKFICIC WEM SIK P17I:LIC StjCAKE CP (jTAIICS. TF.ItMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars p.r Annum, Invariably in Advance. NATION A h DEMOCRATIC TICKKT. For President, HORATIO SEYMOTJB, 1)F NEW YOKK. For Vice President, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF flII?SUUI. Fill DAY MOUN1NO, AUGUST 2a, 1058. Repudiation,.''; From tho tone of the Democratic press o( Tennessee, and from tho euroeroua expres sions wo have heard fron the masses, we believe there is a universal determination upon tho part of tax-payers throughout die Slate to ufeo all means within their reach to repudiate the bonds that may be issued to support Browi.Iow's proposed military es tablishment. We notice that the people are called upon to hold primary meetings in very county, and pledge themselves to ibis policy, and we believe that if prompt and earnest expression of the sentiment of the people be given in this manner, the Legis lature will adjourn without calling out the militia. Their scheme to...

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 August 1868

4; 1 mm V. O. MeCOKU, Local IMitor. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1868. Nashville &. Decatur. Kail Uoaa Depar tures. Pulaski Accommodation Leaves Pulaski 5.30, a. v. Arrives Nashville 10.00, a.m. Leaves Nashvillo 3.30, p.m.. Arrives Pulaski 8.00, r. m. Freight and Accommodation North, 10.30, a. m. Night Expicss - 12. 0G, a.m. Freight and Accommodatum South, 12.10, r. m. Night Express - 2.47, a. m. fZJ Tickets to all points No) Ih and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. Sacks furnished and highest market price paid for good wheat and corn. July24 2m McGuire & Ezell. At Cost ! At Cost ! ! L. Oliver is now offering his large stock of shoes, boots and Lat9 at Cost, to make room for a fall stock. Call to see him at Burdett's old Drug Stoie, south-east cor ner of the square, and ho will give you barjaina. Aug 14-3t- IHrs. Adams School. The next session of Mrs. Adam's school will cocaraeneo on the first Monday io Sep tember. aug21-td Married. In this city, Tuesday, 25ih inst., by Hev. Fe...

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 August 1868

out UV'J.U I.. V SIcCOKD, I-'ditor md Iubli-dier. OKFM'K WhT f II.K rtUKI fQVABE VP BTAIP.8. tf.kms OF SUIlSCiaiTION. Three Dollars per Aimm::, Invariably in Advance. An uouuevment . Announcinc? candidates for Statu or District o!ft tt'w ton dollars; county do five; uiways in advance. l)itu:irijrt und tributes of rc ;pect over ton 1 i net in lei. srtli charged for at the r-.ir liar advertising rates. Marriages, deaths and religious notices gratis. 'form tif Advertising. Advertisements inserted fit '.!. per sqiuc, ( 10 lim-s firli-fs, in tlii tpe, lor the first, und SO cent lV.r eaell subsequent ili:.e i tion. AtlserLis.-nu-nts not marked witli the number of iii.-i i ttonM desired will lu inserted and churned lor . nt tho regular rates until ordered out. l.i.-t ol" I'licrs for Advertis:ng: J 1 mo J 2 mo. 3 mo.s j 6 inos. J lyr. I fli.'.'t 8 ill 15 f. ' S 11 15 20 3 11 15 I 20 I 25 10 15 13 I 25 I SO 12 15 20 , j 25 -10 J 5 in 25 30 1 45 20 25 J 30 40 I 55 J 25 , 30 35 J 60 ' 00 1 Kqu...

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. — 4 September 1868

FTjl A W 1 f1' j jj H J jj LlZ.J.. J.. ii ILL o PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FUlDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1S6S, VULU1IE 10 NUMBER 36. f t t business oak 1)3, "Tennessee house, WEST SIDE l'UD. S(JUAKE, IM'LASKI. - TE.NXt FRANK HANSOM, Proprietor. Re-fitted and Newly Furnished ! riMIIS lionso in heincr thoroughly re-paired and rcn- -L ovated. New euriet and furniture iri every oom. Rooms to rent. Thunkful for a liberal pat- onatro heretolorc, a coutiiuianee of the Bume is re- "peettully BOheited. Jan 61 DR. ABERTTATHY Oi'":rn Ins professional services to the citizens ot 1'ulaski and Giles county. Office At Tennessee House, Pulaski. jan31-2m T. M. N'. JONES. JNO. A. TlSNON. JONES & Attorsicys TINNON, at ILivw, PULASKI, TENN. (LOX t'O.) Will practieo in the State and Fodei ul Courts. OFFICE 31 door west in Ollica How, west of May n corner. pt,nl-tf mi J. V. G11ANT, PTJ3 liESPECT FULLY tenders his Bcrvices to tho "people of (iiloe and the adjoining eounties in the pructieo or ilodieino and fM...

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. — 4 September 1868

hIusIu (Sfctmn. I.. W, JVIcCOKD, Kditor Mid Publisher. OFFICE WfcST ft IDF. FL'ULIO SO.CABK CP ETAtllS. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. Threr: Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Vor President, HORATIO SEYMOUR, or ni;w YOKK. '"" fr'or Vice President, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF JUISOUltI. FRIDAY MORNING, SEP'TR. 4, 18G8. The Militia Bill. In another part of this iseuo publish the militia bill as it was passed by the lower House of the TenueEseo Legislature. We want every reader of the Citizen to sea it for himsolf, that he may know to what extremes of villainy the radical party can go. Un der the cloak of loyalty, that party ia seek ing to throttle the life and liberty of a brave and honorable people. And, strange to say, there are men in our midst who affili ate with such a party. Out upon them! Let honest people brand with eternal infa ny all white men vho compromis3 with lust, dishonor and oppression. The Press and Times, heretofore an ultra radical sheet, ia oppo...

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. — 4 September 1868

. ..hit-t w-w t r F. O. McCOltJ), I.ocp.1 Ihlitor. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT'tt. 4. 1CGC. Nashville &: Ilecatur Itail Road Depar tures. Pulaski Accommodation Leaven Pulaski 5.G0, a', m. Arrive3NafhvillclO.n0, A.M. Leaves Nashville 3.80, r. m. Arrives Pulaski S.00, i. m. Freight ami Accommodation North, 10.30, a. m. Night Express - 12. 0G, a. m. Freight and Accommodation South, 12.16, r. h. Night Express - 2.47, a. v. t3F" Tickets to all point Noith and South. T. S. V KST MOKE LAND , Ag't. Sacks furnished and highest market price paid for good wheat and corn. July24 2m McGuire & Ezoll. Mrs. Adams' Scliool. The next session of Mrs. Adam's echool will coamenee on the first Monday in Sep tember. aog21-td Mrs. Batte has secured the services of Miss Mart Edmundson to take charge of the musical department in her school. Miss E. will also teach any others who may desire it, who are not connected with the school. sept4-2t Pkeligioas. The Sacrament will bo administered at . the Presbyteria...

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. — 4 September 1868

J ! ! ! J: 1 V v. ! T f r I.. W. 31. OKI), 1 Miior ' l: 1 I'ublMwr. ilKMCh W I T fll I. IM I lie MM'AIiK - VI' ST A I i.S. Tl'.UMs ok sri;sri;ii"'l)N. Three Dollars j-.t Aminiii, I n ariably in Advance. 'A iinouiicctiiriit' A n n on n. -i n:r run. I i dates f. .r State or District offi ces t 1 1 dollars; county do fi vo; al ways in advance. Ohi I uarh-s and tri ! iiW h of n spcct over ten lines ill length charged for at, theresr ilar udvcrtihiMg rates. Marriages, deaths and reli gions notice gratis. Tonus f Art vertisiiisr. A.K'M Usc.mciit h inserted id -2.'' per square, (V) lines ili-Fs, In 1 his type. 'I for the fi .-t, rind .V) routs fVr"tl-!i subsequent i I'.-il'lii ill . Ad vcrtiseiix n!s nt, marVed with the numWr ol insertions dcired wiil iiis-r' red for ot the ri".iilar rates until ordered out. l.ii-t ol' Price for Advortis'r.g: j 1 iiiii j !l mos. I urns, j 0 mo.-. lyr. i -TV" ! it"'' " i s I i 1 1 I I15 S j 11 15 !! I jr 10 j 15 IS j I Co 12 I 15 2 j '.:" I 40 15 I IS 25 ; ...

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. — 11 September 1868

p' f ( ! F 0 VOLUME 10 PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 186S, f NUMBER 37. TffF - L ,. JJ li li A TT A CITfT CITE , A A LU ALPOMLAl-lL BUSINESS CAHDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, WEST SIDE TUB. SQUARE, I'ULASKI, - TUN IV. FRANK HANSOM, Proprietor. Itc-fitted and Ilewly Furnished ! ''PUIS houso is being thoroughly repaired and rcn- X ovatod. Now earpet and furniture in every com. Kooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat- onatro herotoloro, a continuance ot tiio sanio is ro upectiully solicited. jan 31 MEDICAL CARD ! DR. ABERNATHY Offers Inn professional services to tho citizens ot Pulaski and Giles county. Ofjick AtTenncssco Houso, Pulaski. jan84-2m T. X. V. JONES. JNO. X.T1IJNOM. JOIsES & TINNON, Attorneys at Iaw, PULASKI, TENN. (EOX 99.) "Will practico in the State and Fo.lei al Courts. OFFICE 8d door west in Offlco Eow, west of May'a corner. janl7-tf Dll. J. F. GRANT, TSESPECTFDLLY tenders his services to tho .people of Gilo and the adjoining counties in the practice of...

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. — 11 September 1868

4 1a. .a. 6 I.. W. MiCOIiJ), i:litir fill Publisher. rm-!-: wi:t m.k rri f.io cjvake- lp taiks. TEEMS OF SUP.SCRTPT'oN. 1 )M. irs j:r Annum, Invariably in Advance. Thrv NAT I )XA L 1)1-.MUCH ATIC TICKET. Pur lVr-ddo nt, HORATIO SEYHOUE, or Nirtv vouk. tor Vico President, PEA ITS ?. BLAIR, 31 1 .-sol ;ri. PULASKI, TBim FltlDAY MORNING, SEP'TR. 61. 1CCC. Oly hixtecn miles of the Selma, Rome find Dal ton R'iilroad remains to bo comple ted, arid thru will dono in a few days. A proposition lias been roado by a Rad ical in tho Louisiana Legislature to make it a criminal oflenco to refuse to employ a nogro. A letter, from ex-President Pierce eaya the oliariio in sentiment in New England within tl.o last tbirty days exceeds any l li i d bo has ever known. Uovernor Smith, of Alabama, has issued a proclamation convening tho Legislature in extraordinary f.c-stion, on the ICth inst., for tho purpose of pase'.ng a registry law. Gen. Duncan, Commandant of the Post nt Nashville, and the soldiers u...

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