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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 11 September 1868

A. P ' c .. ' A .- - ft f .A A A O. McCOIii), Local Kdit; r. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT 'ft. 11, 1CCC. IVarlivillc lcctur Itail Iltmd Do par -litres. Pulaski Accommodation Leaves Puhi;d:i 5. SO, A.M. Arrives Na.-hvilie 10.00, a.h. Leaves Kashvillo 3. CO, r. ii. Arrives Pulathi S.00, r. is. Freight and Accommodation North, 10.30, a. m. Night Expic.--s - 12.0'J, a.m. Freight and Accommodation South, 12. 16, p. m. Night Express - 2.47, a. m. liT" Tickets to all points N oi th and South. T. S. W EST M O li E LAND, Ag't. Prof. Charles Hall, the distinguished ar tist of this cily, will cloai lii3 pjallory in a few days. for a short lime. Thoso who de eiro Lis services had bettor call on him within tho next fev days. It Commercial College. Our friend, Maj. J. L. Smith, who has been engaged at Huntsvilla for a while, will re-open his Commercial School at tho court house, in ih'a city, on Monday, S-pt. 14th, teaching tho science of book-keeping by tho doublo entry system. Ili.s terms are liberal, ...

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. — 11 September 1868

j i J J r L.. AV. .HcCORI), Jlditor pii I ruMi-her. OFIICK WWT BIDE PUP.LIC PqCAgE CP 8TAIK8. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, Invariably In Advance. Announcement' . Announcing candidates f..r Plate or District offi ces ten dollars; county do five; always in advance. Obituaries and tributes of n s)eet over ten lines in length chargvd for at the r g liar advertising rates. Marriages, deaths and religieus notices gratis. Terms f Advertising. Advertisements inserted at $20 jkt sonare, ( 10 lines nrlcs, in this tpo,1 for tho first, and 60 e-ents tVrradi pubsc'iucnt insertion. Advertisements not marked with tho number ol inwrtiontt desired 'will be inserted nnd diarged for ot the regular raten nntil ordered out. lAt of Prices for Advertis ng: 1 mo 2 mos. 3 mo. 6 mos. lyr. 3,r0 ' 3 11 I 15 6 S 11 15 j 20 6 11 15 20 I 25 10 15 13 25 I 80 12 15 20 25 40 15 IS 25 SO I 45 20 25 80 40 C5 25 , SO 35 j oO j 00 1 square, 2 squares 3 squares 4 sqnaiCM column 4 column y column 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. — 18 September 1868

1 i w f H Hi f nil 1 Mi ii i ; J I 1 n tl I j .J j-j N J i:i- n t:i . v- "0 M U I M : 1- Jul - 0 fi . .t J .-a VOLUME 10 BUSINESS CAKDS, TENNESSKH HOUSE, VKT HIDE rim. MUAUF., l'ULASKI, - TF.W. FHANII HANSOM, Proprietor. Be-ntted and Ncvly Furnished ! 'THIS house is U:nz tlioroV.jfl.ly rcpum-d and ren X ovfttcl. New uuri.-.l- i. i 1 f'.miiture m every com. liooinrt to rent. Thaukfal fr a liberal pat onagoheretolore. a continuant of the same is re- epocttully solicited. Juu MEDICAL CABD ! DR. AEERNATHY Offers hi professional services to tlw dtizena of l'uluski una Giles county. Office At Te.nne.ssoc IIoumo, rulanhi. jan3-t-2iu T. M.-N. JONES. JNO. A.T1NN0N. JONES & TINU0N, Attorneys at ILv.r, rUIiASKI, TUN If (i:ox 03.) Will practice in the State and Fe lei al Cour.s. OFFICE 8d door west in O.lico Itow, went of MayB corner. janl7-tf Dll. J. F. GEANT, PULxYSKI TZEjIEnTZLnT. KESPECTFULLY tenders ias service to tlio peoplo of Gilen and the tidjnning counties in the pruetico of Wedie...

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. — 18 September 1868

-.v. J ?7 ) 5 z1- V V f.. v. :icC Oi:i, i:uv "nd r :: . r. teems of f-eec'T..;ition Three Dollars jwr Annum, In variably in Advance. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Prcsi-iont, HOEATIO BBYEIOU or m:v york. For Vico President, ti. .Lil i.2 J .Ni .Lj J AA. i- of ii sr.mi. ptjlaski, rrsirzT "Friday morning, sep'tii. is, iscc. Lincoln County Pair. This Fair ha3 been postponed until tho 20lh of October, to continue five days. Tho premium list U full, and the proepect for a brilliant exhibition encouraging. Tho officers will accept cur thanks for a cora plicncu tary ticket. Simmer Ccttnty Fair. Old Sumner is tho first county in Middh Tennessee to hold her annual Fair th i 3 year, and it is believed that tho exhibition will bo even moie interesting this year thau over before commencing ou the 21 t inst. and continuing the entire week. We ac knowledge tho receipt of a ticket. Tennessee Horticultural Society. 'Tho second eerrii-anr.ual exhibition of th;.3 Society will bo held in the Masonic ...

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. — 18 September 1868

: J'. O. JIcCOIlI), Loral ildlior. ZE'TXIIL.-A.SIKIZ, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT'R. 10, 1CCC. Nashville (Sc D.-cutur Hail Iical--I)e.:ir -tares. Pulaski Accommodation Leaves Pulaski 5. SO, a. m. Arrives Nashville 10. a.m. Leaves Nahhv".llo 8.C0, r. m. Arrives Pulaski S.00, r. m. Freight and Accommodation North, 10. SO, a. ir. Night Expiess - 12 T, a.m. Freight and Accommodation South, 12.1'"., r. r. Night Express - 2. IT, a.m. ZZT Tickets to nil points Nonh rnd South. t. s. Westmoreland, Ag-t. 1 T7 r cr lleesrs. lleid, Chad bourn ec Co., Nash ville; have been appointed solo ago els for the sale of this justly ck-LmicJ Tj-jo-o-ino-and aro row supplying ginners and farmers with any quantity they may desire at Lou isville pi ices. A constant supply of it nay be found at J)9 houso of J. D. Fh-.utt &z Co., in this place, 'ind farmers may supply themselves here, or, our young friend, K. Hancock, v.'hibi canvassing this and ad joining counties f.r this p pular house, will tak9 orders for any...

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. — 18 September 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. v ;.. I'm 'k l 4 t ' - ' ! 'i i . (jfUl E WhrT MJK ell. MO .-'il AiU: - t 1- I fA!U.. TEEMS OK i'i:.M 'i;l'T! :?,'. Three Dollar.- -r Anrmm, In vui uddy in A.lvii'C", A II ii 0 IliCi'iii lit . Alit'.OUli.-iiiL' ;::! f r St ate or Di.-trlet otli- , ccs t. ii ili 'll.i! .-: i ' i i 1 1 1, v i.'m iU i-; a! a a ;. s iii :til v nin e. Obituaries a si I ti ibm. s of ns'pi-ct over ton lines in !. ! rl h el,:'.: cd f.'.r at th.- r.-r 1!. a- ndvcrtl.-dng rates. Marrfi.i.'os. death, i-.ml reiieious notices rratls. Tcinis of Aflvi'Ujiit". Advcrti.-cmcl.t-i insert,..! fit -i.oii :. ('!' linos hi )i in thi. hpe, 1 for the first. i.i i". nla far each :-a i : . j ucr t i ; ;- id i . .11 . AdveiGs- not i-iiiikc-l w.'h number o', insertions 'ii.-irt-il will bo in-t rf'x'i an i charged f..r 1 1 thu regular rales until order;: 1 out. l.i.l cf 1'iirrs fur Ailvvrtisr.c: i mo- i.vr. fir, 20 2.") 2 i. pa ares f, .-li'.iin s 4 satiates ; col n inn ! IS j 2 j 25 i .",.) I 4.. 1 coiiimn , CO 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. — 25 September 1868

r I 4 VOLUME 10 PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1SS8, NUMBER 39. nnpiLp jLiiiinj -1 h . t Ah , BUSINESS CA.HDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, WEST SIDE TUB. SQUAIiE, I'UI.ASKI, - TENN. FRANK HANSOM, Proprietor. Re-fitted and Ilewly Furnished ! TUTS house is being thoroughly repaired and ren ovated. Now carpets and furniture in every oom. liooma to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat onago heretolore, a continuance of the pamo is re Bpectlully solicited. jan 81 COLXHEILCIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets, 3STa.slivillc, Tennessee, J. G. FULGHTJU, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. G. AVIJ.SON, Clerk. This Hotel hat been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor desires a liberal patronajo of the traveling public. may 18-Gm T. M. N. JONES. JONES & JNO. A.T1NNON. TINNON, at liaw, Attorneys rULASKI, TENN. (BOX 90.) Will practieo in tho Stato and Fodei al Courts. OFFICE 3d door west in Olfico Row, west of May'a corner. janl7-tf Dll. X F. GKANT, EESPE...

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. — 25 September 1868

L. W. ."Mft:OK!, i:ditr tid Publisher. OKKIcK WtT SIDE fl'UIC f(l.A: TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Throe Dollar per Annum, Invariably in Advance. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President. HQ-RATIO SEYMOUR, of m;w yoiuc. For Vice President, FEAHE P. BLAIR, OP siiysouiti. FRIDAY MORNING, SEP'TIt. 25, 1CC3. The Discussion Last Uonday. The Democracy in Testacies ! Harrison Demolished by Sheaf ! Monday last was the day appointed by Judgo Harrison, Radical Elector for the State at large, to address t!ie7people of Pu laski. In the absence of Hon. Era. Eth eridge, whose duty it would have been to meet Judge, II., the Democratic Ezecutie Committea delegated Capt. C. A. Sheafo, of Manchester, the Democratic candidate for Congress in this district, to meet and discuss the issues of tho day whh the afore said Ilarrieon. It would be impossible for us to give a detailed report of the dis cussion, as we have no notes to guide us, and especially would it be folly, worse than nonsense, for us to attempt 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. — 25 September 1868

JOJELUX TJIISJACZLD ! NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS! MISCELLANEOUS. lu V A iJ y 1j iA 1 ICijji IN I ID, iu - ot-jxtj Ij ii tli'i j-j,J U kj. I'. O. ?IcCO:M, T-ocn! Editor. :FTJ FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT'R. 25, 1860. Nahville icc IK-catnr Knit Iead---1' par -turcs. Pulaski Accommodation Leaves PtilaAi 5.50, a. m. Arrives Nashville 10.00, a.m. Leaves Nashville 3.20, v. 11. Arrives Pulaski &.00, r. m. 1 reignt and Accommodation orth, 10.30. a. m. I Night Expicss, - 12.fr,, a.m. Freight and Accommodation South, 12.10, p.m. Night Express - - - -. 2.47, a. si. Z7J Tickets to all t aints Noith and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag-t. The Z. "VTard ragging. MessrB. Re id, Chadloum k Co., Nash ville, have been appointed cole agents for the eale of tin's justly celebrated Bagging, which they ofTer to eell in quantities ' to suit at Louisvilla prices. This bagging weighs two pounds to the yard, uniform throughout, and is acknowledged euperior to any manufactured in Kentucky. Our young friend, E. Hancock, while...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 September 1868

1 i i f. - J.. V.'. "kk. ;.:.), !K!.r n-d b-.'Vi-'iT. oyrii u wi - t nro. j-ti .'-i ' 'ivsr.c ti1 .t.a:.:s. 'lKilMS OF SUE'-ClvlPTION. Three Dollars pxilr Annum, Invariably in A lv:. ia o. Announcement'. AnnouiH lag candidates f r State cr I'., til r.i 11 cti t-ii dollars; county lo Ike; ttlway-i lit a Ivaroe. ( 'bltuarios a!;d I: ibu' es cfre s j t-vor tell lines in tcntrth trJsarr.r'l tor at the reg alar advcrtisin.' rates. Marriage-;, deatha ?n I religious n '.!. gratis. 'Ferrr..-: cf A d v t i tlsiiwt. Advertisements ir.-'-".rt'-d at tf-i,1'') per o,uarc, (!0 hi fs i lc.-s, hi this 1 pe.1 f;r the- fr-st, una C'J ctU'.s 1. r cstli iik-voueii I insertion. Advci -tls-.-u.ts not marked wi.i the ?;.imlT:r d in rt.ons 11 r.'l will lie inserted and charged f-.-r ot tho regeh-.r rates until or loved out. i.i t cl Prions for Actwrt'n'tig: 1 rao I a ius. ' S no si. i ti n:os. 1 r. 1 8l'.laru, 2 squares 3 q u urea 4 spumes i column 3 column colli j:in 1 coin mil tr,o G S 10 -5 6 11 15 15 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. — 2 October 1868

nMiUTHjl iiiiDj V HUT TH A Q IT 1 Til n m TO 1 1 Mj VOLUME 10 BUSINESS CARDS, TENNESSEE . HOUSE, "WEST SIDE TUB. SQUAKE, " ; PULASKI. - - TENN. rnATHt nAITSOM, Proprietor. He-Httcd and XJewly Furnished! HPIIIS houso m being thoroxiL'hly repaired and rcn- X. ovuted. New carpets and furniture in every oom. Kooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat- onace heretoloro, a continuance ot tlto same is re- spcetiully solicited, jan 81 COIIIIEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Street", USTaslivillo, Tonncssoo, J. G: FULGHUU, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. 2. WILSON, Clerk. This Ilotel Las been lately refitted and newly fur nished. Tho proprietor desires a liberal patronage of th6 traveling public. Lmay l3"5 T. u. a. JONES. JNO. A.T1NNON. JOITES & TIIINON, - Attorneys at ILaw, PULASKI, TENN. (BOX 99.) "Will practice in the Stato and Fodoi al Courts OFFICE Sd door "west in Oifloo Kow, west of May's corner. Janl-tf - DR. J. F. GRANT,, "EESrECTFULLY tenders his' services to...

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. — 2 October 1868

L. IV. McCORI), Editor md Publisher. OFFICE WEST 8IDK TUBLIC SQUARE IT STAIRS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, Iu variably in Advance. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, EOBATIO SEYLIOUB, OF NEW YOBK. Tor Vice President, FRAIT& P. BLAIR, or :iisoimi. PTJLASICC, TEITO" FRIDAY MORNING, OCT'BR. 2, 1863. The Discussion 'Wednesday. The diBBcuesion between Capt. Sheafa and Col. Tillrran on Wednesday waa ani mated, interesting, stidcourleous, and, save a few contemptible appeals to the prejudi ces of the negroes by Col. TillroaD, digni fied. As most of our readers are already aware, Capt. Sheaf ia a perfect tornado up on the'sturap, and the cause of Democracy cannot suffer in his hands. lie made Col. Tiilman feel very small and the cause he advocated look very contemptible, aa it cer tainly is in the estimation of all respectable people in this country. Col. Tillman had the audacity to tell the negroes that he had always been opposed to tlarery, when the fact is...

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. — 2 October 1868

F. O. 3IcCOIM), Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, OCT'BR. 2, 1868. Nashville Decatur Kail lload Uepar tures. Pulaski Accommodation Leaves Pulaski 5. SO, a. ji. Arrives Narhvilio 10.00, a. m. Leaves Narthvillo 3.30, p. si. Arrives Pulaski S.00, p. m. Passenger Train going North, 12.07, a. m. " " 2.02, p. m. Freight " - - 10.12, a. m. Aassengei Train going South, 9.05, a. m. " " - 2.00, A. M. Frexght - - 2.05, a. m. t57 Tickets to all points No?th and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. The Z. Ward Bagging. Messrs. Reid, Chadbourn & Co., Nftr-h-villo, Lave been appointed Bole amenta for the sale of this justly celebrated Bagginj, which they offer to Bell in quantities to suit at Louisville prices. This bagging weighs two pounds to the yard, uniform throughout, and is acknowledged superior to any manufactured in Kentucky. Our young friend, E. Hancock, while canvass ing this and other counties for this popular house, will take orders for any quantity and ship direct from the manufactory to...

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. — 2 October 1868

I Ml 11 f W. McCORI), Editor ncl Publisher. OFFICK WEST fcUE tUBLIC FQL'AKS V P STATUS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Throe Dollars j-er Annum, Invariably in Advance. Announcement. Aunouneinp candidates for State or District offi ces ten dollar?; county do five; always in advance. Obituaries and tributes of resect over ten lines in lencrlh charged for at tlierojlar advertiwin rates. Murriugcs, deaths find religious notices grutia. Terms of Advertising. Advertisement inserted at $2,00 per square, (10 lines orkfs, in this tpe,i for the first, and 50 cents far each subseciuent inertion. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions desired will be inserted and charged for ct the regular rates until ordered out. L.ist of Prices for Adverti:n;r: 1 mo J 2 rnos. 3 nios. G iuos. lyr. $3,50 t (5 f 3 fU $15 6 8 11 15 1 20 8 11 I 15 20 I 25 10 15 18 5 I 80 12 15 20 25 f 40 15 1 25 I 45 20 25 J 30 40 -1 55 25 , 80 35 j 50 j 90 1 square, 2 squares 8 mjuitrcs 4 squares )i column column 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. — 9 October 1868

X. ( I n , I 1", ! IMIWtlli TV ii 0 VOLUME 10 PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1868, NUMBER 41. Tlj-IiH1 BUSINESS CARDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, WEST SIDE PUB. SCiUAKE, PULASKI, ... TEX. FRANK HANSOM, Proprietor. Re-fitted and Newly Furnished ! THIS house 5a being thrronghly repaired and ren ovutod. New carpets and furniture in every oom. Kooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat najre heretolore, a continuance of tlio name is rc BocUully solicited. jan 81 COHIIEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets, Nasliville, Tcnnessec, J. G. FULGHUM, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. ii. AVIESOX, Clerk. Thin Ilotel has been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor desires a liberal patronage of tho traveling public. may 13-6m T. If. N. JONES. JNO. A. Tl.VNON. JONES & TINNON, Attorneys sit Lav, PULASKI, TENN. (BOX 93.) Will practico in tho Stato andFodoial Courls. OFFICE 3d door west in Ollico llow, west of May 'b corner. janl7-tf Dll. J. F. GRANT, ZEHT...

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. — 9 October 1868

mn (L-tttscn. f W. MiCOUl, l.ditcr nd lubli-h r. OKMCK WKfT BIDE ri'KLIC FQIAKK t'P BTAI1.8. " TERMS Of 8UIir,CIvirTT0N. Three Dollar per Annum, Invariably in Advance. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, HORATIG SEYMOUR, r IV EW YOllK. For Vice President, FEA2TK P. BLAIR, of Mlssouia. FRIDAY MORNING, OCT'BR. 9, 1863. . A Noble Horse Gone. Bob Johkson, the illustrious son of Bos ton and half brother of Lexington atd Le compte, died at the stables of LU ovner. Jas. F. Smith, Esri'r., on Wednesday night 1 3t. We are not advised as to the cause of his death, but wo do know '.hat the ead occurrence has cast a gloom over the ad mirers of blood horses throughout the en tire community. Air. Smith had offered a premi uta of 25 for the best Bob Johnson colt, the exhibi tion nnd award to have been made yester day, and as a consequence his colts were at the fair grounds in large numbers, every one of thera draped in mourning. A touch ing tribute to his great worth, and a most striking il...

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. — 9 October 1868

V :.m.. r . .. r v,rr M,nr-M7 r ft .-v inWu Cittern I". O. JIcCOlH), Local l-Mitor. FRIDAY MO UN I NO, OCT'BR. 9, 1868. Nashville 3c Decutnr Hail l!oad Dejiar -tures. Passenger TraiD going North, 12.07, a. m. " " 2.02, F..M. Freight " - - 10.12, a. m. Aatwengei Train going South, 0.05, a. m. " " 2.00, A. M. Freight " - 2.05, a. m. JF" Tickets to all points Noith and South. T. S. "WESTMORELAND, Ag't. Gen. Jo. G. Palmer, of Murfreesboro, ia one of the distinguished attend? nts at the Fair. The Concert. We have only time and space to-day to say thatihe concert Wednesday niht for the benefit of Giles College was a complete suc cess in every particular. It was repeated last night, but the early hour at which we go to press precludes an account of it. Remember the Eall To-night. It will not be forgotten that the grand Ball for the benefit of Giles Collegfe comes ofT to-night at the College. SplendiJ mu sic has been secured for (he occasion, and a good time generally is anticipated. Soldie...

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. — 9 October 1868

t ' 1 t gulu.o'ht XWl I.. V. !cCOItl, I'd i lor Mi J 1'ni-liMr. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three 1 o!hir per Annum, I n v; I v in Ad Vance. A nuou ni-cm t tit' . A imou mini? candidate for State or District nili tin dollars; county do live; always in :u! nincc. lii tiiiirii'S and tribute of respect ovi r ten linen in leii'.'lli charge 1 fur at the r-'e ilar ad vertisinr rate. Marr'niges, death and religious notices frrutia. Terms of Advritii-in;;. Advertisement inserted ut 2,0 per square, ( 10 linen oriels, in Ibid tpe, for tho first, unj M cents fVreaeh Kiilisicqucnt insertion. Ad vettiKeinonts not marked with tlio number of iii:: rtionn desired will Vies inserted and charged for it tho regular rate until ordered out. list of Prices for Advcrtis;n: 1 mo I 2 mos. 1 3 mos. , 6 mot. I Jyr. 1 square, 54 nq wires 8 Kqunres 4 sqiiaios y( column C coin urn column 1 column ?1 I fS I 11 I 15 8 11 15 20 11 15 20 I 25 15 I 13 25 I SO 15 I 20 25 40 IS 25 SO I 45 25 30 J 4) I 5.5 . 30 35 ! f,) 00 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. — 16 October 1868

PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 18C8, VOLUME 10 NUMBER 42. A BUSINESS CARDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, . WE3TSIDE PUB. SQUARE, PULASKI, - TENN. FRAITTC HANSOM, Proprietor. Ee-fltted and IJewly Furnished ! THIS Tionso is being thoroughly repaired and ren ovated. New carpets and furniture in every oom. Rooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal patr onage herctoiore, a continuance of the same is re Bpecttully solicited. jan 81 COIinEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets, Nashville, Tennessee, JV G. FTJLGITUII, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North SammcrSt., J. G. WILSON, Clerk. This Ilotel has been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor desires a liberal patronage of the traveling public. may 13-6ra T. . If. JOKES. JSC A.TlNTfON. JONES & TINNON, Attorneys at Iiaw, PULASKI, TEXN. ' (BOX 09.) "Will practico in the State and Fodoi al Cour t s. OFFICE 3d door west in O3ico Row, west of "May corner. jan!7-tf DK. J. F. GRANT, rEriiAsici i?'F7Tosr. EESPECTFULLY tenders...

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. — 16 October 1868

L. W. McCOItl), L'ditor md Publisher. Off ICE WERT BJHE PUBLIC SQUARE If STAIRS. TKKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tlirco Dollurs per Aimum, In variably in Advance. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ' ' I'or President, HOEATIO SEYHOUE, ; t)P NEW YORK. I'or Vice President, PRAIIK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. FRIDAY MORNING, OCT'BR. 16, 18G3. Pulaski Cotton Market. No. -of bales received t this depot for tba week ending Oct. 1G, 37 bales. IVice, from 20 to 21c. Farms in Arkansas sell at from three to fivo cents an acre. A lccal paper eaya tbat dirt is eo cheap you have to look sharp or t'ley will smugg'e an extra forty or so on you in making out the deed. The radicalo of the laet Congress voted themselves two hundred and 6fty pairs of white kid gloves. They cost the people six hundred and fifty dollars, but will not con ceal the plunder stains on the hand of the men by whose votes the Treasury was rob bed. ' . .- The Nasiivillb Book Concern. The exhibit of A. II. Redtord, the energetic agent of the Nashvill...

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