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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 27 August 1869

SCELLANEOUa- WILLIAM FRYE, - POETEAIT PAI1ITSR. I WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of Pu laski t jat I. have opened a Studio up-pairs '4. Over Carter, Weils tCo's Mrre. I am prepared to paint all Portraits in the high est style of the- Art, and guarantee to all -who taay entrust their work to ma period Batitvf.ietion. Por traits also taken from Photographs or aiybrotypos, hoeycr much they may be faded, junll-tf PULASKI ' He-opens '!iond;y, ; August 9th, 1863. " A.D. WAXTACE, A. XI., Vi-iral and Professor of Mathematics Mrs. A. D. WALLACE, Drawing, Fainting, Supervision of Primary De partment, and Matron. EMTL KRUTCII. Prof, of M.i-ie. MRS. ELLA C. EASBEKRY, , ' Prt-parf tory i-CTurlmect. RATES of TUITION lacideiitul I'C r.pon entrance, MONTH 12. TERM. fl5. 20. 25. SO. SO 5. 80. 10. 10. Primary Department, Preparatory " Ooademic " 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 1. Colk-eiate iilusio Piano Use of i'i . - Art of shf-iu:;, Vocalization fa Choir, Drawing, Oil Painting - Any other, 2. r ' 1 . Board...

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 August 1869

4. COHtlEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets, Nashville, Tenn. J. O. TVLQJI&M - - - Proprietor MARION CRAWFORD & JO . LaP RAPE, clerks. LAUD FOE GALE, TWO hundred end thirty-for acres finely limber ed land In Giles Onnty, Tenneee, eijht mile north of Pnlwki, and ona mile wet of Reynold a Station, on reaonabl terms. Title perfet. For deectiption, quality, &c , refer to J. D. Flautt, of Fulaeki. or D- T. Reynolds or K. C. Reynolds, Ci Giles County. For term, apply to -NJap-U-4m J,D. Hightgrt.r, Sardia, ...in S!u, and' Ornamental .Paistin t ? TTr:aT:a flRATNING. MARBLE IM- JL iw ,.(,a, Glc?e Work, Glasintr, Carriage Painting etc.; promptly executed. With the assurance that all ast favors have been appreciated, ws solicit a share pf fulcra paironas-e. Particular attention giv en toeouatry work. Shop West fide public square. '"TaprSS-lS Bcdd & Krebs. S, x ATvrrrfi --Ft. CROWE. ""C , EEAL ESTATE BEOEER- t a sed-u Tttx, Boy, SelL Kent or Leaeo Houses, land, &c....

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 September 1869

MP TD 7 i i ii VOLUME 11 PULASKI, -.iXXESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING," SEPTEMBER 3, 18, NtMBER 35. rrp 7T A- SI v ". . . I v; -. 1 v -s. i -- t .1 II ii 1 i iUJ 1LJ1 ilKJ.nii.JL - JH r j i 1 y. . i V t J BUSINESS CARDS, C. C. ABEBNATHY, M. D. D. C. GOUDO i, M. D. I 5rGOPvDON ir Professional services ' flcJ Giles county. .Public Square, over apr23-tf -.'---. , - - idaski, -jfenn., Lis Jr., i'u public generally that he ia receiving u. -uek of new dry Goods eaieiully selected, a uieo lof Boots, Shoes, Hats, c, Family Groceries, Hard, Tin and Queensware. a good supply of mechanics' Tools of every descrip tion. Returns thanks for the liberal patronege of the people of Giles county, and solicits a continuance of tie same. Has also a nice lot of rcady-mada Clothing- which he will sell at c-st, and is" selling "verythins; verv Iv.r f. r cash; wants everybody to tsu.il tnd s. fc.r thet.iw.-lv.-s. - doclS-tf r. M. V. J0NE9. JSC. a.tutn-ox J0I7ES & TiNiroir. - Attorneys at ILs PULASKI, TENX.3 ! 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. — 3 September 1869

1- 4 J. . f t I UlllJSi F. O M I ORD. 1. H. KIP.K. I.. O. 11 COKD, I1. O. McCOKU, . CO., Pnbli-heis. CyriCK WEST BIDE rUl-LIC CQV'AEE tP 6TAIHS. TEKMf OF SUBSCRIPTION, Threa Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Proclamation by the Governor. Elsewhere in. thi& iaus we publish Got error Scii'fr'n rocUms'.ion in regard to th Inie" ur,!w,fii and riotous conduct of crt pif ' in R-.Jthei ford and other localities. "V. e-sincerely hope tins Exeeu I i Tr warning ?il have the desirt-d e ff'-ct. -It is high tin e these rrissqueraders b un "v masked and brought to' justice. All good citizens deprt-calf and eon ' J.m such acts. " If there ever.was a time when the presence of tl ese men waa netidfd it hs l'ng "i'lce .'-r not the fiiet dawning of p Ilmenl in the State be ei-;-j Hiii vhI of ftnyihihg'"ike Ku klux'or masked regulator- 'of any name. XV havn'l a doubt' that Gov. Senter will perform his duty in enf-'cing the law aiiit, fT-ndin part'es. tthethnr they be white or bhick. Loyal L...

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 September 1869

."V- y i v 4, i 1 s ! X MISCELLANEOUS. ipttlaski FEMALE COFiliEGE He-opens Monday, August '8th, 1S63. A.D. WALLACE, a.m.. Principal and Professor of aiatlicmr.lics Mrs. A.D. WALLACE, Drawinjr, Paintinjr, Supervision of Primary Da- purtment and Matron. XTMIL KRTJTCII- Prof, of Music. AIRS. ELLA C. B.ASBERRY, Preparatory Department. RATES ofTXJST-O IncidentLl Fee upon entrance. 2. MONTH. TERM. $15. 20. 25. 81. . . to Prlrr - - Department, Prepk '.ory " Ocaderr.Ia " Onllegiate " Mneic on Piano Use of Piano Art of Singiujr, Vocal iiatiou in Choir..,, Drawing-," Oil Painting 3. 4. 6. 6. 6. 1. a. 2. s. . ft. 10. 80. 10. -60 to 75. Any other, Hoard Irom 10 to f!5. Tuition and Board one half in advance Day It is p,-ti,rr.:( tijat boarders fhou1d furnish the ir 1 rr-' own towels a i p.iir eaotot sheet a; mmow c-e. r. Wallace, Principal. n'22-ly 0 Great Hiiduccxiiente GEO. T. BIBDIB & CO. II AYE OPENED A AND FAIIAY: GROCERY STORE IN Osb.-rn ii new block, two doora ponth f tlw PoHtCrBer. w...

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 September 1869

( t 1 COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Street, Nashville, Tenn. J. G. FDLGHAM - - -. Proprietor MARION CRAWFORD A- JO. LaPRADE, clorks. LAUD FOE SALE7' ' rpWO hundred and thirty-four acres finely tunber 1 ed lard hi Giles County, Tennessee, eight mile - no'thV.fllnla-ki, and one mile west of Leynoia s gtation reasonable term. Title perfect. For desc'iption. quulitv, &c. refer to J. I). Flantt, or "ulaski. ". T. Reynolds or R. C. Reynolds, of '""ilesCc For frmw. apply-to Jawe-ls-w' J. D. Hightowt-r, Sard is, Miss. I3XT33X) & KREBS, IIouseA Sten " and" Ornamental Painting, PAFU'HANGINO GRAINING. MARBLE IM itatioo, Gloss Work, !r.ir. Carriage Painting -'etc., promptly executed. L- W ith the. assurance that nil pa.st1avo.rs have been appreciated, we solicit a ehare of future i patronage. Particular attention giv- en to i conntry woTk. Shop V.'est fi le pune square. 'S-lSo'J ' .BcDD & Krebs. arr'J -T Jz ES R. UKUWJ. rBEiiL-ESTATE BBQEEIU "CTTILL Buy, Sell. Pent or Le...

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 September 1869

i r j 21 0 VOLUME II PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FBiDAY ZIOHNLNG, SEPTE2IBEB 10. ir NUMBER 33. rrn I ill ' H II 7 f 1 1 -Y A '1 ' I') i -i is- v V1 f t i i ' t -1 BUSINESS CAEDS, C. O. A.BX2HA.TBT, K. D. D. . SOiiDOS, X. D. Drs. ADmiTATH? & GG33QU RESPtCTULLY offer their Prof iasional services to the citizens of Pulaski and Giles county. OFFICE West ride of tho.Putlie. Square, over the old Bank. spr23-tf VWIKQ remove! to Lis new eiore house, East side Public Square, PvlasJci, 2enn., INFOEMS all his friends and the public generally that he is receiving a large fctoekoY now dry Goods caiefully selected, a nice lot of Eoots, Shoes, Hats, c, Family Groceries, Hard, Tin and Queensware, ' a good supply of rnecharica' Tools of every descrip tioa. lietnma thanks for lie liberal patronage of the people of Giles county, and solicits aeoctinuance of the eacia. lias also 'a nice lot of ready-made Ototh'ng which he will cell at cost, and is selling verything very low for cash; wants everybody to ZlL...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 10 September 1869

'& 'St- r 1 -it " 4. T. O. M'OORD. J. H. KIRK. L. D. It'cOKD. F. O. JIcCORD, A: CO., Pnhl 5-hers. OrrifE WEST 8IDE PUBLIC FQCAEE- CP BTAIR9. -TKimS OF, SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annuraj. Invariably in Advance. rKIDATMOKNIXG, SEPT'R 10, '1869. i . - ' j2osnty Convention.- V.'-ligar it 60ggeBted by many that it w;: ue ras9ary. to Lolcl & convention in . L..i3ceu,i for. the purpose of .nominating conservative ma to run for the several of y fioea jrhich are to be fiilad nest Maich. We alreadyhave io tha fiehi ten or a dozen candidates for Tax C..' ct r, two or three for Circuit Court Cle; , as many for Trus " - tee, and several for Sheriff. ? We do not pretend to say that either of the candidates woildiot make gocd and efScient officers, f or that r 0 haa any more fight to the po ei.tioni - i-h. another, but it is clear that all of .' therr cannot be elected, and it is more titan ' probable that if all of Ihem ccntjnua . to "'in. soms radical proscriptionist will man- to 6...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 10 September 1869

- V J J Re-opens Monday, August 9th, 13G3. A. D. WALLACE, A.M.. Principal ant' Professor cr Mathematics Mr, a.-, dj-wallaci-:.--, . j. ''T-.- " Dirking, ' :'.in:i ,Sr.;:erriton of - Primary De partment, and Matrou.. MTL KRUTCII- Prof, of Music. MRS. ELLA C. RASBERRY, Preparatory Department. EATES ofTUITIO Incidental Fee upon entrance, , , MONTH. TfUM.' 15. 2'"?. 25. 30. 80 5. 0. 10. 10. SO. 50 to 75. Primary Deprt!i3eut, Preparatory Ocademio " Collegiate " -Music.- Piano Cseoiv -no - Art of fcrusriujr, Vocalization in Cboir, Drawing, Oil Puimir.g 4. K c 6. 6. 1, 6. 2. 2, . 2. Any otter, Rnnril irom f 10 to f 15. Tuition and Hoard oua kfl'f i'1- advance. Day pm-i's monthly as heretofore, if pr-rred. It is preferred that boarders should furnish their own towels and apair each of sheet & pillow eases. an-2-l-ly A. JJ. WALLJL, x i-;iieiptn. . . ' T 1- a AT' It - . T 1 Great Sndncciiianln. G.T70 TTT!TT? v- HAVE 0irt,7Tr A AND . PA1ICY GROCERY STOKE, 1'T 0brn's new block, two doors so...

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 September 1869

r a. 4 . 1 " J COnilEEOIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets, Hashville, Texm. J. O. fULGIIAM - - Proprietor MARION CSAWFOBD A JO. LaPEAPE, clerks. T A ?TT T? AT CI A T ' mirni....A4 ViiTtv.fj-itif acres ! finely timber- l-A in Oilfta Conntv. Tennessee, eight mi 19 " "J I ' 11. in west of rcevnf.ia a Station. cn reasonable terms. - Title perfce t. I o r dsctiption,inlitr,&c., refer to J. D. llautt, ot Pidaski.orD.T. Reynolds or K. C. Reynolds, of Giles County., i or terms, appiy i 13-4m J. lilgnumei, Miss. c?fT Or PAPKK HANGING GP.AISi:G,MAKbl,ft im itation, Gloss Work, Glazing, Carriage Painting ' etc., T.romr-tlv executed. With the assurance that all past favora have been ar.5.rctiatJ, we solicit a ViarA r.f fntnra patroua? ' - Vrticular attention giv- en to country work. 6:--x. West side public square. Bpr23-lSS Bcpd & Keess. -'AJVCES E. CROWE. vL ESTATE BEOKEE- W i ;Bnv,Seli, Kent or Lease Houses, lands, &c. Persons" wishing-to Buy, Bull, Eent or Lease WonM do w...

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 September 1869

1 Ml ii VOLUME 11 PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1S89, MMBER 37. np i . AR i i X I i 7 j .' I - : ) i r BUP 7ESS' CARDS, C. 0. ABEESATOT, X. D. D. C. OOSDO, K. D. Drs. ABERNATHY & GORDON RESPKCTULLY offer their Professional services to tho citizens of Pulaski and Giles county. OFFICE West side of the Public Square, over tho old Bank. " apr23-lf II. TAYLOB A. ' ITAViiSG removed to his new store house, Easf side Public Square, Pulaski, 2enn., INFORMS all his friends and tho public generally that he isreeeivingalure stock of new dry Goods caiefully selected, a nice lot of Bjota, Shoes, Hats, Ac, Family Groceries, Hard, Tin arid Queenswaro, a good enpply of mechanics' Tools of every descrip tion, Returns thanks for tlio liberal patronage of the people of Giles county, and solicits a continuance of tno fame. Has also a Eico lot of ready-mada Clothing which he will sell at cost, and is selling everything very low for cash; wants everybody to call nd see for themselv...

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 September 1869

X. O. MiCOKB. J. H. KIRK. - L. D. Jl'cORD. V. O. McCORD, &l CO., Publihers. OFFICE WEST BIDE PUBLIC SQUARE EF 8TAIBS. 'TEEM? OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. PULASKI, a?EXT3Sr FRIDAY MORNING, -.SEPT'R 17, 1869. Public meeting. to the Memory of Hoa. Jno.Eell. ) i informal meeting of the citizens ' '-i and Giles county, held at the ia Fulafcki, on Saturday the -'n table tribute to the Jon. Jons Bkll, tie , Lose death was an tbat morning. Gen. 'lad -io the chair, who f the meeting in a "-iate remarks, in s- eloquent and v of the ill"' aua""unspotLcf ca-, patriot, politician and - id hia character up as a without reproach, and one that would chal lenge the admiration of the world. no nmmirroa onnnm tan a r lha nrotiAtio v w vm aa- kvwvw Mswtufcia w kiju avivwawwo niwui i ii rr i n rim rrn i i u r l u i v m an 'i u i r : i 1. . i. t . r- Galium, Esq., made the following report: The ead Intelligence has been announced that the Hon. John Bell is no more ...

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. — 17 September 1869

V f ) l t i is r MISCELLANEOUS. "PTJIYSKI FEMALE C0JM2GE Re-opens-Monday, August 9th, 1803. A. D. WALLACE, A. M., Principal arid Professor of Mathematics Mrs. A. D. WALLACE, Drawing, Painting, Supervision of Primary De partment Bnd Matron, EMIL KRUTCII. Prof, of Music. MRS. ELLA C. RASBERRY, - . Preparatory Department. EATESofTUITIOM Incidental Fee upon entrance', 12. MONTH. Primary Department, (3. Preparatory " Ooademic -.. ' . - 5. Collegiate -" . .6. Music on:ano . 6. Use of Yik . 1. Art ofSing.iig,'. 6. Vocalization in Choir, 2. Drawing, 2. Oil Painting 6. Any other, 2. TEr.it. $15. 20. 25. 80. . SO ' 5. 80. 10. 10. 80. 10. Board from 10 to $15. 50 to 75. Tuition and Board oue half in advance pupils monthly as heretofore, if preferred. Day It is preferred that boarders should furnish, their own towels and a pair each of sheets & pillow cases. an22-ly A. D. WALLACE, Principal. STORE! '-nt Indocemeiits GEO. T. iti - -0- "AVE OPEXED A rAIICY (GEOCEEY'STOEE, I N OsVm's ne" block...

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. — 17 September 1869

G31ISIERGIAL HOTEL, Corner Ced;ir and Cherry Streets, Nashville, Tenn. J. G. FSLGHAM - - - Proprietor MARION CRAWFORD & JO . LaVRADE, clerks. . LAUD FOE SALE. rpWO hundred and tlnrtv-fonr acres finely Umbcr Jcd lard in Giles Count v, Tennessee, eight mile north of Pnlnski, and one mile -west of Reynold s Station, on reasonable terms. Title perfect. -tor dosctiption.qnalirv, &c-. refer to J. 1). i-iuutt, or Pulaski, or D. T- Ileynolds or R. C. Reynold, of Giles County. Tor terms, nrr'y t0 ,. Jnnc-lS-4m J. D. H-ghtowcr, Sardis, Miss. 13Xlt)3D & KREBS, 'usc, 4ignr and . Ornamental ' Painting, MTr- HANGING GRAINING, MARBLE III " Gloss Work, Glazing, Carriage Fainting :',r.tlv f veeiited. With the assurance that avors have br-en appreciated, we solicit 'nture patron ;;'cre ieular attention giV- v work, is hop We.it side r ; i u d i ublio square. & Kkebs. ?. CROWE. :E BEOKEE- Lease Houses, lands, &e. - Buy, Sell, Rent or Lease ao him. June lS-tf. J. X, HILL. with us. 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. — 24 September 1869

nnTDT TP PI If A TiTrnnTnT7 LP V J , J.iUJl VOLUME 11 PULASKITEMECE, FRiDAY MORNIKG, SEPTEMBER 24, I860, NUMBER 33, v "-v Iff "v i 1 ; v s f -.A I M BUSINESS CARDS, C. C. ABZBXATHY, M. D. D. C. GOBDO 1, M. D, Drs. ABERNATHY & GORDON RESPECTULLY offer their Professional services to the citizens -of Pulaski and Giles county. OFFICE -T-Vest side of the Public Sqnar, over the old apr23-tf J. H. TAYLOR HAVING removed to his new store house, East side Public Square, Ptilasli,, 7 eng., INFORMS all his frK"2-"id the public srenerally that he is receiving a laru st-ock oi'new dry Goods ajefully selected, a nice lvt of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Ac, Family Groceries, Hard, Tin and Queensware. good supply of mechanics' Tools of every descrip tion. Ketorns thanks for the liberal patronpge of the people of Giles county, and solicits acontinuanco oftne same. lias also a nice lot of rcaJy-mada Clothing which he will sell at cost, and is selling everything very low for cash; wants everybody to cull nd...

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. — 24 September 1869

) t. O. M'CORD. i. n. KIRK. I.. i. M COltD. fm O. McCOKl), Jc CO., Publiheis. or man -wtxr eitt pimo square vr btaiss. .Tbrcj Dollars er Akuum, Invariably in Advance. VL . -r - r TJDAVM0UHi5sTG, EPTI124, 18G9. ' hall Succeed Senator Fowler? Tli S lowiatr from the Lebanon Herald tf' JiCSTiiiof crl nsrfjpllir ncfirtr.la With our views that we transfer it to our columns, as being eensitta and timely It is the dictate --"wisdom, 9 wtll as sound policy, that tile fierce contest which isOJ being -waged by, the ' friends' of the vsruu.s Senatoriol aspirants should cease, andVOfttention of the people directed to "eorv more useful and substantial, to the itit-lTest of the country. The Lgis!a ture will have abundant work to perform, which relates to the general interest of the State, of far m6re importance than the in significant question, ''Who shall succeed .TVwle.?" We have confidence in ence of the members - .we entertain the "Vijhe prop- fOieJinue State j'u received except thirty-6even s...

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. — 24 September 1869

MISCELLANEOUS. t PULASKI w Re-opens Monday, August 9th, 1863. V. D. "WALLACE, A. M.. . IVmciral am! Professor of Mathematics w. A'D.WAtLACK,. ; , . "'.twin;:," Painting, Supervision of Primary De is " partment, ami Matron. L KRUTCII . Prof, of Music ELLAC. EASBERRY, ' Preparatory Department. BATES of TUITION TF.V.il. IncideutLl Fee upon entrance, f ' . " .- MONTH. Primaiy Pepartmp- 4. I "Prenarntorv ' "V T Ooaden.ic " . Collegiate " Music on Piano Use of Piano Vocalization in Choir, 1 Drawing, -lOil Fainting f Any other, 4. 5. ti. C. 1. 6. if-2. $15. 20. 25. 80. 30 5. BO. 10. 10. 80. 10. 50 to 75. Day Board . irom $10 to Board one half in advance pupils monthly as heretofore, if preferred. Tf ; nr.fcrrel that boarders should furnish own towels and a pair eaehot sheets pillowcases. aM.lT A. D. WALLACE, Principal. their NEW STOKE! (7i 9 mm m PULASKI, TZEZnTLT. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT'R 24. 1CG9. Nashville &. Uecatur Rail Road Depar tures. Pa-senger Train going North, 12. CO. a. it. "...

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. — 24 September 1869

r Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ron riniFiivci tii : i!Li. The reputation this cx rollt'iit medicine enjoys, is derived from its cures, iiiiiiiy of vt Iiiclr pre truly marvellous. Inveterate call's of Scrofulous dis ease, where the tytstem -teemeil saturated" with corruption, have Leen yuriikil find cured by it. - "scrofulous affections and iisonlers,whih were og srravatcd hy the scrofu lous coutan'jinaiiDn mlil hev were naiiifullv afllietiiiK, have been radically cured in such great numbers in ahno.-t every sec tion of the country, that the public scarce ly need to be informed ot 1U virtues or Ui-es. crofuious poison is one of the most de-fructive , enemies of our race. Often, this um-eeu and v.nfelt . tenantof tlie organism undermines Uie constitution, nd invites the attack of eufeel.Tmg or fatal diseases, ithout excitinpr a supplcion of its presence. Again, ' .seems to breed infection througliout the body, and en, on some favorable occasion, rapidly develop to ope or other of its hideous ...

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. — 1 October 1869

V--ri,..i ' Ui l :. .X... 1 , ! , : it t 4 t I i i ' ILL practice in Giles and adjoining - counties, also in the. courts of Bank " and iu tho Sai rcme and Federal t. Nuiih villas - r"-? ' . ' . Prompt atte tienwin "begivea - IU 1 Oil I new e u iruscu w v Lr-1 1 . . - - - ' Oiliee cla ctand of .Browa & McCallum. Octl-tf. ' ' in, H . . O (ff CASH PAYING SUBSCRIBERS ,UUU TO THE CITIZEN. STTuIPTER & PEARCY . ilave Removed to their New."i - East side Square, Pulaski, Tenn. : - : . , . . ' Ja fecoiyed a" fresh stock" of pure T'Drugs, Medicines, and Articles, etc., t- which they invito attention of their friends and the pub .;sj generully. ". i A .'.. i Tb'- Dn:g bnlnerss will be tinder the di-p-eetiga cf-ilr.J enrey, while Dr. Sampler will contiurco tb.3 prac ice ol Phytic.-' 0:2 f ce, back room of drug store. Largest Let of Fr'h Garden S?eds Ever brought to Pulaski. "Prescriptions t'aref ' .compounded at all hours by a conspeji -Fd txjwrienced druggist. jan4-tf DR3. J. P. & 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. — 1 October 1869

s 1 I "Si - "m-i'TX. CORD. ,sQ.9 Publishers. V O BQCAKE-V STAIRS. 1- j.SCKIPTION. 1tr Annum, in Advance. J PULASKI, TENN ( TR1D AY MORNING, OCT. 1, C9 1 r " 1 ' Turnpike. r. ' I .L . ! lliis paper lias urgeu me neceesi- ly and importance of building turn pikes eoteoaceously and frequently ihatwe are atraid our readers msy ,t--gTow tiredof the suhject. Neverthe- T:68, we9sj?6troDgly impressed 1 ' with tlialdea llaiiit is the important T" subject for the earnest consideration s - r-l action of the people of Giles coun .if cannot refraio from keepj S?3V&&:&n. The -Tion with the peoplejseems to be "how shalf we build lh$ ee roads?" A cotemporary urging this same aub- jiCt upon the people .of' another coun- "ly, makes eome suggestions which we think could be Dolied 'here. The --- -- r idea of our cotemporary ia that the Legislature should paS3 a law author izing the County Court to submit to the people a, proposition to guarantee to the Stockholders of any Turnpike Company, a...

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