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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 November 1868

l&ttoslu Citizen, IV O. McCOIlD, I,ocai Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'R. 20, 1868. Nashville fc Uecatur Itail ICoad Depar tures. Passenger TraiD going North, 12.07, a. v. " j " - 2.02, p. m. Freight" " - 10.12, a. m. Aassengoi Train going South, 9.05, a. m. " " - 2.00, A. M. Frcsght " - 2.05, a. m. f5f Tickets to all points Noith and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. Ladies 11 30 to the Giles county house of Benson, Peden & Co., 50 College street, Nashville, fur their fashionable goois. That exquisite Rmokinj tobacco, "F;uus ami Flowers," will be fcunJ at the Shades. Also six pounds fresh cove oysters for one dollar. U Fine Peach and Apple Br&ndhs for cu linary rtd medical purposes, at one dollar per quart, at the Shades. It Bankrupt Sale. W. G. S. Anderson, assignee, advertises some valuable property for sale in this pa per. Other new bankrupt notices also ap pear. Old Furniture Made New. J. B. White, who, by the way, is a dis tinguished artist in his line, advertises 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. — 20 November 1868

I.. W. MfCOllU, Kditor T.d I'ubli-her. office WLUT ude rcmo tirr.E rr staik. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. T lire Dollar per Annum, Irsvarin'bly in Advance. fArnonncrrornl . Announcing candidates for Stnte or District offi ce, ten dollur; county do five; always in advance. Obituaries and tribute.! ofrtfpect over ten linos In length charged for at thcregjlar advertising rates. Marriage, deaths and religious notices gratis. Terms of Adrrtiinc. Advertinement in?erted at $2,00 per eqnure. (10 lines oilcan, in this tpo, for the firnt.and CO cents far each Bubseqnent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions desired will he inserted and charged for ot the regular rates nutil ordered out. List of Prices for Advertis nn: 1 mo 2 in os. 8 mot , 6 mos. lyr. 1 square, 3,!i0 $f, 3 $11 ! ?is 2 squares 6 8 111 15 20 3 iqnares 8 11 I 15 I 20 I 2." 4 quarei 10 15 1? 'i5 F.O column 12 13 j 20 j 25 40 yi column 15 IS 25 80 I 45 ii column 20 j 2S 30 j 4) f.f, 1 column 25 , SO 85 J 50 ...

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 November 1868

tt IE J 3L PO'.LLii.JL 1 NO VOLUME 10 PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1868, NUMBER 48. r TThTT TTi z i'Uij i V 1 Hi x BUSINESS CARDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, WEST SIDE PUB. SQUARE, PULASKI, - TENN. PRANK RANSOM, Proprietor. Re-fitted and Newly Furnished ! TIIIS house is being thoroughly repaired and ren ovated. New carpets and furniture in every oom. Rooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat onage heretoiore, a continuance of tho same is re apecttully solicited. jan 81 COHXIEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets, USTasliville, Tennessee, J. G. FULGHUM, Proprietor, Formerly of 28 North Summer St., J. G. WILSON, Clerk. This Hotel has been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor desires a liberal patronage of the traveling pubUc. .may ls-eru T. X. X. JONES. ISO. A.TlXHOJf. JONES & TINNON, Attorneys at JLaw, PL'LASKI, TESJf. (BOX 90.) Will practice in the State and Fedei al Courts. OFFICE 8d door west in OtSco Row, west of May's corner. jan 17-tf DR. J....

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. — 27 November 1868

V I'iMII 'i.'rtwii'iH'i V , I. I. A?. McCORl), I'ditor nd Publisher. orricK west side pcelio sqc aI;E cp jtairs. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annnra, Invariably in Advance. ZETJOL.A.STrT m- FRIDAY MORNING, NOVR. 27, 18C8. The Legal Advertising Questian. m t . D . ; ice Dinner approves 01 our eugireBiionB last week with regard to memorialiiing the Legi-lature, but 0ink9 the Legialaure will adopt a bill already introduced by Mr. Woodcock to repeal or amend the law on this subject. By reference to an article on our first page under the above h jad, the BaDner will find that it is mistaken as to the intent and purpose of the bill referred to. It will not affoi d the lelief desired, by any means. Out of Employment. From the complaints we hear from other sections, there has not been-a period for many years when eo many working men bav4 been out of employment, as there are at the present time. The complaint comes from all quarters, tnd our home mechanics may congratulate themse...

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 November 1868

. y -v 7 V. O. JIcCOIU), Local Editor. PTJLASEII, TH5TI5r. FRIDAY MORNING, NOV'R. 27, 1868. Nashville Jk Decatur Hail Road Depar- 1 luire. Piwsengcr TraiD going North, 12.12, a. m. " " 1.19, p. M. Freight " - 9.40, a. m. Paaaengei Train going South, 9.20, a. v. " " - - - 11. Si, p. if. Fresght " - - - 2.10, p. m. Jit?" Tickets to all points North and South. t . , T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. New Post Cfice. In the list of new post offices eatabiish ed in Tennessee during the past month, rre fiod that of Egle Springs, in Giles county. New Schedule. The time of the arrial and departure of the trains at this n' ace has been chaged again. The new schedule may be found in another column. Just Now Got Here. A Craine, East eide of the square, is just in receipt of another fresh importa tion of fall and winter goods. A beautiful line of prints : is open for the inspection of the ladies. It Schoolday Visitor. The December number of this illustrated magazioe for children has reached us. It conta...

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. — 27 November 1868

S - ; f r J 0 1 r 3 - i f -'. L. XV. ."!lcCOKl, I!ditrr -nd Publisher. OFFICE WEST SIDE PCI'LIO BliCAEE CI STAIRS. i Mj 1 i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dulinrs per Annum, Invariably in Advance. 9 Announcement Announcing candidates for State or District offi ce, ten dollari1; county do live always in advance. Obituaries and tributes of r spect over ten linen in lsneth charged fcr at the regular advertising rates. Marriages, deaths and religious notices gratis. Term of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at t'2,00 per square, (10 lines orlexs. in this trpO for the first, and 60 cents far each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not rr arked with the number of insertions desired will Ixj inserted and charged for ot the regular rates until ordered out. List of Friers for Advertis'ns: 1 mo J 2 bios. J 8 mos j 6 men, 1 yr. 7m s f 1 13 i n i ir 6 8 I 11 1 15 I 20 8 11 I 15 20 I 25 10 13 18 I 25 I SO 12 15 I 20 25 40 15 18 25 80 I 45 CO 5 j 60 40 j 55 25 ,80 85 50 '90 1 square, 2 squares...

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 December 1868

r!inrTi iLiLJLujj PI IT A S 1 T VOLUME 10 PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FHiDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1868, NUMBER A9. BUSINESS CARDS, . TENNESSEE HOUSE, ',; ytht sidi; pub squaee, t: LA SKI, - TENN. riJAIin PAN30M, Proprietor. Ite-fittcd and Newly Furnished ! THIS Louse m being thoroughly repaired and ren ovated. New carpets and furniture in every com. Booms to rent. Thankful for u liberal pat onace heretolore, a continuance cf the same is re- C-ecU'i'.ly solicited, jan 81 eOIIIIEBCIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Street, jSTaslivillo, Tennessee, J. G. FULGHUM, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. G. YVII.SUN, Clerk. Thin Hotel has been lately TefitteJ and newly fur- niabed. The proprietor desires a liberal patrouaje or the traveling puDi.c. jmay 13-om T. U. X. JONES. JNO. A. Tl.VXOX. JONES & TINNON, Attorneys rat ILaw, PULASKI, TENN. ' ' ' (BOX 93.) 'Will practice in the State and Fe lei al Courts. " OFFICE 3d door west in O.Hco Row, vtt of JMay it corner. lan 17-tf 1)11 J. F...

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 December 1868

I,. W. HcCOItl), I'ditor rnd Publisher. orricE wtuT biok public aqcABE it stairs. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollar per Annum,- Invariably in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, DEC'R. 4. 1G68. the Giles county home of Bensin, Peden t Co., Nashville, for winter goods. Bichland Cotton Mills to be Sold. Thesa celebrated mills are advertised in this paper (o be Bold on the 24th inst. This is valuable properly. Blocd-Horse Association. f t l i : . - i i i : n : .u. hit. uctu USD luuuuuteu a uiw in lue Legislature to incorporate the Giles County Blood Horse Association, which passed first reading and was inferred to Committee oo Incorporations. Enfranchisement in Tennessee. Two bills have been introduced in the Houeo of Representatives looking to the en- e . t L I ? m irancmsemeni oi every oooy in lennessee. One is a direct repeal of the Franchise law, wliln the other is in the shipe of c "coo stitutiooal amendment." Neither of them will pats in our opinion. Hotion to Quash the Indictment A2&...

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 December 1868

F. O. McCORD, Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING. DEC'It. 4, 1868. Nashville &. Decatur Rail Road Depar ture. Passenger TraiD going North, 12.12, a. v. " 1.19, r. u. Freight " - - 9.40, a. m. FsMonjet Train going South, 9.20, a. h. ". ' " . - - - 11.84, p. M. Fresght " - 2.10, p. it. X3 Ticket to all points Noith and South. T. S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. Negro "Woman Shot. May Abernatby, colored, accidentally hot a negro woman at 'Squire C. C. Ab ernalby'a place last Tuesday. Special Notice. J. R. Oaborn will have Wall Paper hung at reasonable rates. Corre and buy paper and let him harg itforyou. It Children's Ee-union. Tha children of the Female Institute, to gether with their invited friends, had a pleasant social party and dance last Friday night at the Institute. It was a delightful ra-unioo,'and the children were enthusias tic in the praise of their preceptors. Notice. You can make your rooms look so nice and clean by going to the Book Store and getting some of Osbom's new Wall Pa per...

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 December 1868

4 f I i S r f - n V J.. V. JIcCOHl, J'dilor nd Publisher. OyriCE WIST SIDE PCILIO SQCAJtE V P TAIB8. terms of subscription. Three Dollars per Annnm, Invariably in Advance. Announcing candidates for Stnt or District offi ee.ttn dollar:-; county do five; always in advance. Obituaries and triuntf of nspect rxer ten lines in length charged for at theregjlar advertising rates. Marriages, death and religions notices gratia. ; Term. of Advertising. Advertisement inserted at $2,00 per aqnarc, (10 lines orlcss. in this tfpe, for the first, and 50 cents t't.T each subsequent insertion. AdTertisements not marked with the number of Inncrtioris desired will ha inserted and charged for ol the regular rates until ordered out. List ol" Pricrs for Advertis ng: 1 mo ' loon. I 3 moil , 6 in on. I 1 yr 1 acjaare, 2 squares 8 squares 4 F.quaieb column V column Yt column 1 column 8,50 '' I 3 til 1S 6 8 11 15 20 8 11 - 15 20 I 25 1 15 H 25 I 80 12 15 I 'JO 25 ! 40 15 13 25 80 I 45 20 25 J SO J 40 I 55 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 December 1868

( t -.1 . i.j.Vi Mllir 1 VOLUME 10 PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FEaDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1863, NUMBER 50. THE jLAS vi i lj.dj.l n o 5 13 1 i -1 s i i BUSINESS CARDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, WEST SIDE PUB. SQUARE, PULASKI, - - . TENS. HIANK FANSOU, Proprietor. He-fitted and Newly Furnished ! THIS houso is being thoroughly repaired and ren ovated. New carpets and "furniture in every oom. Rooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat nage heretoiore, a continuance of the name is re oecttuHy solicited, - jan 81 COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets, USTcisliville, Tennessee, J. G. FULGHUM, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. G. "'WILSON, Clerk. Thl Hotel has been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor desires a liberal patroneje of the traveling public. may 18-6ra T. U. S. JONES. JSO. A. TIN OX. JONES & TINNON, Attorneys at JLaw, PULASKI, ,TE.N. ' (BOX 99.) "Will practice in the Stat and Fedei al Couri s. OFFICE 3d door west in Offico Row, west cf May's 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. — 11 December 1868

Inb3lu fifteen. 3 Ij. W. McCORD, IMitor nd Piibli her. OrriCB WEST 8IDE PUBLIC BQCAEE CP STAIRS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, Id variably in Advance. ITXILj.A.SjECI, TInTZnT FRIDAY MORNING, DEC'R. U, 18G8. Berry, anJ two or three others, who 'were he prime movers in the Southern Insurance snindle. have left for parts unknown, hav ing forfeited their bonds. Berry's trial wag to have come off last Monday. Chancery Courts to te Abolished. Mr. Brewer haa introduced a dill in h LegTslature to abolish the Chancery courts of the State, and transfer their business to the circuit courts. Passed first reading md referred to Judiciary committee'. iLegal Advertising. The Bolivar Bulletin euyests that the country publishers of this State meet in conven'ion at Na6hvil!e on the 21 Monday in January next to memotialize the Legis lature lo remove the impositions forced upon us by unwise legislation. We are ready for any measure that will likely suc ceed. B K. F. and A. L. By fiat ...

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. — 11 December 1868

i My -.hi u F. O. McCOKD, Local Kditor. FRIDAY MORNING, DEC'R. 11. 1868. Nashville t Decatur Itail lioad Depar turen. Passenger Tra'm going North, 12.12, a. . - 1.19, P. u. Freight " - 9.40, a. m. Passcngo Truia goinj South, i.20, a. h. " " 11.84,. v. Freight - - - 2.10, p. . tSF Tickets to all points Noith and South. - ' T.S. WESTMORELAND, Ag't. For Christmas. A large lot of Fancy and Common Can dies, of every variety, at Jno. C. Lumbeth & Co.'e. , it Eankruptcy. JuJge Doughty is now holding a court of bankruptcy at thin place. Bankrupts are plenty and business is Gush. The Book Store is the place for cheap Toys'and notions. It is crowded alt the time. Hurry. up or you will ba too late. Cotton. Our streets continue to present their rsu al animated business appearance in the cot ton line. Ti e superior inducements offer ed by home buyers retains the sales of the staple lo our own market. . For Christmas.. Evtry variety of 6ne nd fancy orna mented cakes, nuts, raisins, fis, choic...

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 December 1868

Is. . McCOIilJ, Kditor -tid Publi - her. orrici west side ritn.10 square tp staikb. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollar per Annum, Invariably in Advance. FRIDAY MOIINING, DEC'R. 11. 1868 A hen Ime Ihe capacity of laying eix hun dred eg28 and no more. Usually Ihev lay a few the 6rat yer; from three hundred and twenty to three hundied and seventy in the next three years; and the rest from the fifth to the ninth year inclusive. The true economy, therefore, it w'.Il be seen, is not to keep hens after the fourth year. J. A. Jones, of Gieen ilie, Ala., eays : Blackberries here are as plentiful aa leaves in VaUmbros, and peacheii and strawber ries grow as naturally b th eparls flv up ward. As foi land, if a man is able to buy, we sell for fo.n 15 cents to 10 an acre, and if not able tobuyand a good, clever fellow, we give him what he waots. Mr. Harris, in "Walks and Talks." says the mowing machine is not appreciated aa a means of dt-etroying weeds, as it should be. lie thinks whtre a barle...

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 December 1868

its 1 iO VOLUME 10 PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FHiDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1863, NUMBER 51. v i i i i i BUSINESS CARDS, TENNESSEE HOUSE, WEST SIDE PUB. SO.TJAEE, PULASKI, - TE.N FRANK HANSOM, Proprietor. Re-fitted and Newly Furnished ! THIS honso 1 being thoroughly repaired and ren ovatwl. New carpets and furniture in every oom. Kooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pitt onncre heretolore, a continuance of the same is re spectfully solicited. jan SI CQIfXEXERCIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets, Nasliville, Tennessee, J. G. TULGHUk, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. C;. WILSON, Clerk. This ITotel lias been lately refitted and newly fur n'lHlied. The proprietor desires a liberal patroneje of the traveling public. may lS-6ro T. XI. N. JONES. JXO. A. TjNNOIf. JONES & Attorneys TINNON, at Law, PULASKI, TENN. (BOX 00.) Will practice in the State and Fedeial Couris. OFFICE 3d door west in Olllce Row, west of May's corner. janl7-tf Dlt. J. F. GRANT, PTTLASKI TEasHN". KESP...

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 December 1868

V r j I. s J ; j . i . i V y t t mtih i fit 4 J m L. V. McCOUD, Editor nd Publisher. OPFICK WET HW TCBLIO SJUABE CP STAIRS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dsllurs per Annum, luvariably in Advance. iTKIDAY MOItNINQ, DEC'R. 18, 1868. Cotton w.9 brisli yesterday and changed hands freely vn oar streets at 2121c. A Matesoth Ox. Mr. S. E. Smith, of Bourbon co.,'Ky.t is now exhibiting an ox 13 feet long, '18 hands high, 1 1 feet 4 in--che round and weighing 4,545 pounds. Tennessee Press Asscciatiga. -j A .meeting of the Tec nessee Press Asso ciation is 'called at Nashville on the second Monday in Janaary. A full attendance is requested by the President. Congress. Nothing has been bone in Congress yet. Constitutional amendments ceex to be the order of the day, as no less than a doeen have been offered, most of them with reference to the suffrage ques tion. Legislative. The 'Omnibus Bill," which provides so literally for East Tennes see roads at the expense of the State Treas ury was defeated ...

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 December 1868

- A.. i i Y r j F. O. McCORD, Local Editor. FRIDAY MORNING, DEC'R. 18, 1868. Nashville t Decatur Rail Road Depar ts! res. Passenger TraiD going North, 12.12, a. " " 1.19, P. Freight " - V.40, a. Tasfceugei Train going South, 9.20, a. X. M. " " 11.84.P. Fresght " - 2.10, p. t7 Tickets to all points Nosth and Sonth. T. S. WESTMOEELAND, Ag't. Tin Shop. . J. NeiPMac&enzis advertises his busi ness through our columns this morning. He will, in a short time, move into his new establishment on the South side of the square, where he will be prepared to do an extensive business. J. R. Osborn, at the Book Store, has just received another extensive lot of toys for Christmas. Go early if you want some thing nice. 1 1 Tailoring. Walter Moffett, the fashionable "Broad way! tailor, gives notice in this paper that he has moved into his new quarters, in the Balentioe block, and is ready to wait upon his old customers. J. R. Osborn's Dote, and nil late arrivals of letter, other kinds of writing pa...

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 December 1868

f I r ' 1 f j r i !i ! i n i r J f "V . 1 ' ' ; a. M JIcCO,ll. I'riitor nd iutli-htr. OFFICE WIST flDE PCILIC FQUAT-E CP STAIRS.' TEEMS OF SUPSCEIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum. Invariably in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, DEC'R. 18. 1CC0 Raise Ycur Own Cera and Meat. We have frequently advocated the idea to Southern planters and farmers the necessi ty of directing their attention to the culti vation of thoee products which will enable them to live at hn-; that is, that they may not ba compelled to s?nd abroad for their provisions. In every instance those have prospered best who have raised 'heir own grain and mtsi. In fact, nine cases out of ten of the really independent farmers are such as have pursued this eo-T8. We urge the live at home plan, t'ne aban donment of the principle of hav ing our cor'n cribs and meat homes beyond the Ohio river, and we are pleased to observe that the Southern Farmers are pretty generally adopting this plan. Not only do we see those thrive best who pursue t...

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 December 1868

s" 3 o " . f-"3 'MiwuaagsaaEgar8JBBMBaw nuuiii,m .'ihuli ujl toron , . IJiiiipj - i U Ijf ikmji u1imj.iojino VOLUME 10 PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRiDAY MOMLNG, DECEMBER 25, 188, NUMBER 52. 7 BUSINESS CARDS, -; . TENNESSEE HOUSE, i - WEST SIDE PUB. SQUARE, 4 PULASKI, - - - - TENN. FHAITK HANSOM. Proprietor. Fwe-fitted, and Newly Purnished ! THIS hoxiFe 5s being thoroughly repaired and ren ovated. New carpets and furniture in every .ooin. Rooms to rent. Thankful for a liberal pat e 'ona.ii herctolore, a continuance of the same is re t. .. f ppecttully solicited. jan 81 IbllllEECIAL HOTEL, ' " -S . Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets,, 'STasliville, Tennessee, ;J. G. FXJLGHUM, Proprietor, - Formerly of 23 North Summer St., . J. CJ. VII.SON, Clerk.'l - This Hotel has been lately refitted and iiu iy fur- rushed. The proprietor desires a liberal patronage of the traveling public. may 18-6ra , T. M. K. J0ME8. JNO. A. T1NNCN. ' JONES & TINNON, Attorneys at Law, , PULASKI, TENN. (BOX 90.) .Will pr...

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 December 1868

-V- Y x A. 4 V 'V. X X ... tr f .-:'" ''":'-y-''H' mi-wiam m mi nn IJtJJ , -I,,.,,,., v JL. V. McCOItU, I'ditor rnd Publisher. orricE WEST SIDE FUfcLIO sjcr i f stairs. - TEEMH OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. FRIDAY MORNING, DEC'R. 25, 1868. Farmer's Club. We tre requested to announcft that there will be a meeting of farmers of the Elkton neighborhood at that place on Saturday, 2d day of January for the purpose of forming a Farmers Club. We mate the annou ncement the mors glad ly because it ia an enterprise that we have heretofore advocated to some extent, and one in which we feel the greatest interest. We regard this move, if properly organized and conducted as the et ppin'g etone to great agricultural wealth and prosperity. If our farming friends in each neighbor hood would organize these clubs, and men of other trades and profeeeions, all of whom are interested in, and to a great extent de pendent upon, the success of agricultural interests, would...

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