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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 22 April 1870

t V A t - Kor Register. We ro authorized to announce GEO. W. "WOODRING, a candidate for K egistcr of Giles County , at the ensuing August electiou. Ve are authorized td announce J0I1N W. DYER acandidate for Register of Gilca coun ty, at the ensuing August election. We are authorized to announce EOLIVER W. KNIGHT, acaudid:it tor Register of j Giles Cci.nty, at the enduing August election. W announce by authority EICIlAtD FEPPER, as a candidate for Register of Giles county. Election in August. For County Court Clerk. "We arc authorized to announce ABE FRIZ ZELL acandidate for Clerk of the County Court of Giles County, at the ensuing elec lion. We are authorized to announce JOHN. F. ROSE, a candidate for Clerk of tho ;County Court'of Giles County, e'ection first Thurs day in August. To th Voters rf Gilt Cut.yt I am a candidate for Ccunty Court Clerk. Electiou first Thursday in August next. AMOS R. EICHAKD.SON. We are authorized to announce II. II. AY METT a candidate for Clerk of tho C...

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. — 22 April 1870

1' 4 v. r ? IIlllOUS OF THE DAY. .vy.Uost Pop 11 In r General ticncral oliuay. 7,man jfiilvcrti&cs a clock lor sale keeps time like a tax-gatherer. jfhy is a windy orator like a whale ? JIcause he often rises to spout. Why is a cow's tail like a swaii'rt hirudin? Because il grows lov n. S A Curious Tact I lie prices A Curious Fact The prices asked r i - .... .!- ,,,.... .; uy h muutniv are scimuui www r Why is a saddle like a centaur? Bc--;iuc its between a man and a horse. "Co ne, sheer oil," as the ram said to the man who was cutting oil his wool. An old gamekeeper says that, with out the lcir ladies we should he in a utatc of f'";-natioii. A (Question for Excursionists l)o pic-nic iarties usually lay out their dinner on a piece of table-land? Fast voting men sinske a great deal, for it is tin; nature of a rake to have a quantity of weeds about it. The orator who carried away U audience is affectionately and hu manely MMiueslcd to bring it back. Hurry, mumma," said a little in...

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. — 29 April 1870

1 . ,3 , ,,, V BUSINESS CARDS, -Jv . Brown. McCallcsi. H.ilcCAtLrM. BB OWN & liFC ALLTJEI . Vttorneys at Law PULASKI, TENN. WILL practice in counties, alto iu Giles uud adjoining the courts of Bank ruptcy and in the Suj reme Biid Federal courts at Nashville. if Prompt atte'tion will bo given to all ou inci entrusted to them. Office old stand of Brown &, McCallura. Octl-tf. SUAIPTER & PEARCY Have Removed to their New Drug Store, East ide Square, Pulaski, Tenn. HA V I' just received a fresh stock of pure and relio'de Drugs, Medicines, and Fancy Articles, etc., te which they inite the attention of their friends and the pub lic jreiientlly. Tlx- Dm business will bo under the di n i-tion of Mr. 1 earcy, whilo Dr. Sumpter will continue tho praei ice o) Pbyt-ic. Oili , hack room of drug f-tore. I.n e.t Loi of Frh I'ver brought to Garden Seeds Pulaski. Prescrip tions eiirofully compounded ttt all hours by a Competent and experienced druggist, jan 1-t CHARLES IIALIj, Photographic...

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. — 29 April 1870

J v i . 1 I. It'CO&D. J. B. KIRK. O. McCORD, k CO.. p. NOKTH-ZAAT COR. SQUARE CP STAlHh.' . TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollar per Annum, in Advance. m ' " Announcement-. Announcing candidates for State or Dis trict offices, ten (iollttrf, comity do five; al ways in advance. Obituaries and tributes of respect over ten Knca in length charged for at the reg.ilar ad vertising rates. Marriages, deaths and re ligious notices gratis. Terms of Advertising. Advertisement inserted at f 2,00 per square. (10 lines orless, in this tpe for the JSrit,and 50 cents for each subsequent inser tion. AdvertiaemenUnot marked with thennm ber ot insertions dctdred will be inserted and aharged for al the regular rates until ordered out. List of Prices for Advertis ug: Ira 2 m. 8 m. 6 m. Jyr ZO S S fll 15 6 8 11 15 I 20 8 11 15 20 I 25 10 15 13 25 I 80 12 15 20 25 40 15 IS 1 25 80 I 45 20 25 80 40 I 55 25 , SO 85 SO j t'O 1 square, 2 squares 8 squares 4 squaies i column column J column 1 column Adverti...

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. — 29 April 1870

Oj&jn"-d:to-A.t:is . For Register. We arc authorized to. announce GEO. "W. WOODRINQ, a candidate- for .Register of Giles oonty , at the eneuirig August election. Ve are authorised to announce JOHN W. DYER a candidate fvr Register of Gilcsconn ty, at the ensuing August election. Waaro authorized to announce BO LIVER W... KNIGHT, caudidatc lor . Register of Giles County, at theensuing August election. "Wa announce by authority RICIIAKD PEPPER, s a candidate for Register of Giles county. Election in August. For CoUnty CoUrt Clerk. "We ore authorized to announce ABE FRIZ ZELL a candidate for Clerk of lhe County Court of Giles County, tit the. ensuing elec tion. We are authorised lo announce JOHN. F . ROSE, a caisdidutc for Clerk Of the IConnty Courfof Giles County, Section first Thurs day in August. To ihe Voters f Giles County I am a candidate for Ccunty Court Clerk. Election first Thursday in August next. AMOS R.-RICllAKDSOS. Ye are authorized to announce II. II. AY METT a candida...

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. — 29 April 1870

P A wboze trubbles yu kant cons J she iz a getting hen f Thbze persons who spem k uubu ofaic unit n auuiii iulj in- 1 V om. are the kird who enjen ? "pooF T " tmlLbt " Whenever a minister haz preached a ermon that plcazcs the whole con- grcgnshuii, he probablv haz preached one that the Lord w ont endorse. Kvrv boririv epflm ipw 1 illinv to be a pbool "himself, but he kant bear tew have euuyboddy elc one. Truth izthc edict ov (iod Thc philosophers, az a cla, arc a sett ov old granny, who possess grate kDow ledge, part of w hich haz bin handed down tew them, and the bal ance they guces at. About the fust ami the last tiling a human being duz in this word, iz tew bed tears. Tharc iz no grater protT ov the pow er of lovo than that the crimes com mitted in its interests are in a measure k&llowed. I kan tell exactly how mi nabors roung ones ought tew be fetched up, but I aint so clca about mi own. A loafer iz e person who iz willing tw hi abuzed for the privilege ov abusing others. Th...

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. — 6 May 1870

SINESS CAKDS, 1- .1 is. Mil , I.I.I .if. Wit. 1I.3UCai.lvm. B OWIT & 1.1'C ALLOT! llnrnovs TjLIYV rULAbKI, TENIf. w ,7 11.1. practice in il iw counties, ul-jm tins cnri-ci, j. iik- tuptcy anl in tli" "1 renio Mi'J f cuetai curts ut IS";ihiHc. ji!" Prompt iitteition will he ;riM.n ti. all ou i-.iessciilnistcu to tl.cni. Oiliee oM fcUinJ ol' lh'uwn cc McCiilkini. Vtl-tf. SUMPTER & PEARCY Have Uciiiovetl to their New X:culs; store, E.i.-t m1o Square, Pulaski, Tcnn. I I AY)-, just rcctivcl a frc-h stock of pure I 1 ii n,l ' rclia'.'lo J)ni.'J, Medicines, an.! Iitucy Article, etc.. to which they imi'e i ho attention t'f liie'ir friend-and tho pub lic ','cllOl allj-. Thr- Diner business will be under the di-i-i-tion of Mr. 1 caroy, -wliilo Ur. Sumpter n ill continue the pructiec oJ Physic. Oili- , 1. aek room of amir store. I. a- ;e-t Let of Ire: Lcr bronchi 1. ;;rden fSCC'l" r l'uln-ki. 1 rc s c r p lions curcfnlly coini'onndcd ut all hours t .iii.-t. lit and experienced driit'v'...

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. — 6 May 1870

V ? 1 r. O. liPCCO. i. n. KIRK. 1. . V C01ID. F. (VJIeCORU, Sc CO.. PublKhns. OFFICK NOUTII-K FT ton. 0QCAl:K-rp ' FTA IR. TKKMf Of SP INSCRIPTION.' .'. Three Dollar per Annum, in Advance. A naoMiict nicr.i . Announcing candidates for State cr Dis trict otf.cfF. ten dollars; county do five; al ways in lidvuicc. - Obituaries and tributes of respect over ten lines in length charged for r.t tlic rcg.ilar ad- crtising rates. Marriages, deaths unJ re ligious notices gratis. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted nt 2,00 per Fijuari-. ( 1") lines oilcan, in this type, for the Jim. and 50 cents t or each subsequent inser tion. Advertisements rot marked with the num ber 1 insertions desired will Ikj inserted fnd charged for at the regular rates until ordered cut. List ol l'rircs for Atlrertis iij 11 m2n. IE in. 6 m. lyr 1 f-qv.are, S..' 2 squares 6 8 fquir.es S 4 Fqliaics l1-! column j 12 column j 15 i colur.m j 20 1 column ! 25 .0 j 4 f S fll f 1ft IS 11 I 10 I '20 I U I 15 I 20 I 2...

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. — 6 May 1870

V t -A Ik s in r l-'or Roister. We arc authorized to announce GEO. 7. "WOODlilNG, a candidate for Register of Giles County, at the ensuing August eloction. We arc authorized to announce JOHN W. DYEIi acandidate for Rcgistor of Giles coun ty, at the ensuing August election. "WeaTo authorized to announce 150 hi V Eli "W. KNIGHT, acoudidatj lor Eegiatcr of Giles County, at the ensuing August election, ' Wo announce by authority IMCIlAtD PEPI'EK, as a candidate for Register of Giles county. Eloction in August. For Conniy Court Clerk. "Te ore authorized to announce ABE FKIZ ZELL a candidate for Clerk of the Oouuty Court of Giles County, at tho ensuing elec tion. We are authorized to announce JOHN. F. ROSE, a candidate for Clerk of the County Court of Giles County, e'ection first Thurs day in August. To tlie YtUrs'ff Gilt Covr,ty: . I am a candidate for Ccunty Court Clark. Election first Thursday in August next. AMOS R. RICHARDSON. We are authorized to announce II. IT. AY METT a candidate...

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. — 6 May 1870

J TIip Moslac Waj of Butelicrlns. A mode of butchering ancient, tm- .uc, supported by n large clap?, and for vjneh those ho sanction it' claim j-oat ndvant JesJ is in vogue in Cin cinnati, ami in most reat cities. JIaiiin out in front ot certain meat o re j i- a c a i ll o 11 ay 1 1 i c 1 1 a rc J Fc b r e w fTtcr?. It announces koschncr, which .'- meal butchered and inspected af ."crhc manner prcsciibcd tirst by vdose. the great Hebrew lawgiver, JVicn modified to the present mode -nearly tw o thousand years ago. There is in it preparation no longer any re ligious meaning. It is a sanitary measure, pure and simple nothing lefs, and not a whit more. A Hebrew rabbi sets apart a man called aShoch- ! ct (or as many as arc required) to kill j animal". He ha this exclusive duty. His is a distinct ollicc or profession. He must undergo an examination, and obtain a ccrlilicatc of qualification. This done, he must be supplied with his implements. For slaughtering cattle this is a knife with 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. — 13 May 1870

(.-r- ( V 1 i BUSINESS CARDS, Jko. C.Browx. J At. McCallcm, w. n.sioCAttci. BBOW&H'CALLTJH .Attorneys at-Law PULASKI, TENK. WILL rractlca ia Gilea atd adjoining counties, &lso in the courts of Bank ruptcy and in tho Saj re mo and Federal courts at Nashville. iST l"rompt atteiticn mill bo given to all on InC8 entrusted to them. Office old etand of Brown fc McCallam. Ootl-tf. SUHIPTER & PEAKCY lave Removed to their New 3Zj?tslc; Store; aaS aide Square, Talaski, Tenn. HAV. juat received a frCBh stock of para and rcli!-l Dregs, Medicines, and Fancy Articles, etc., ti which tbejr invite the attention cf their friend- and the pub lic generally. Tb- Driis business will be tinder tho di rection of Air. 1 ercy, whllo Dr. 8umpter will continue the practice ol Physic. 02 cc, back room of dru g store. La jest Ijrt of Tfsh Garden Seeds Cver bionght to Pulaski. Prescriptions oarafu.lv comconnded at all hours by a i ornptteDt ana tsperionccd druggist, j an 4- J C. LESTER, Attorne and C...

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. — 13 May 1870

1 r s 1 r r. O. M'CORD. J. H. KJTiK. x.. tv1 r. o. 3?-coni,'fc co.. iuv cmri sor.Tn-r. st ten. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION Tfcrae Dollars per Annnm, in Advnnc K Ainouiiffitieiit . A nnfuincini csndidatcs for State orPix tHct offices, ten dollar; county do five; nl st in advance. Obitnariei an1 trihntes of r spect over t?n )!nr ir. lerpili changed frr at tlic rcg.ilur ad virtisinr rrtcs. V .images, deaths and re ligions r)'tti'e gratis. Term of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at $2.00 per sr;rtare.(10 lines otIcss, in this tpe for the rt,and 60 cents for each subsequent inser tion. Advertisements r.t marked with tlic num ber of insertions tlcired will he inserted and charged for at the regular rat until f.rdercd out. JList ol lrics for Advertis rig: 1 m 2 m. j 3 m. j 6 m. I 8.50 r 3 $11 6 8 11 I K S 11 15 20 10 l-" IS S.r 12 15 20 25 15 15 25 0 20 25 j SO 40 25 , CO 35 SO 1 aqv.are, 2 square 8 Benares 4 cquuier yX column V column J col u nui 1 column 15 20 25 I K0 40 I 45 I 55 t0 Adver...

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. — 13 May 1870

S c CANDIDATES -, . . . T m i . . " .-. -.lor Itjrister. V aro authorized to anuonne GEO. W. . "VTOODRING, a candidate for Keller of Giles County, at the enttiin Auguat eleuiion. 7earo authorized to announce JOHN W. DYEK acandidate for KegUter of Giles comi ty, at tho ensuing August election. j We are authorize! to announce BO LIVER W. KNIGHT, a candidate lor Register of Giles County, at the ensuing August electiou W announces' by'authority RICHAbD FEPPEK, as a candidate for Kcsitter of Giles county. Election in A ugust. For Cdunly;Court Clerk. VTe are authorized to announce ABE FRIZ ZELL a candidate for Clerk of the County Court of Giles County, at the cnsuinir elec tion. We arc authorized to announce JOHN. F ROSE, a candidate for Clerk of th County Court of Giles County, s'ection first Thurs day inAugust. To Hot VvUrt tf Gilez County: I am a candidate for County Court Clerk. Election first Thursday in August next. AMOS R. RICHARDSON. We are authorized to'announce II.' II. AY METT ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 13 May 1870

) rt t K- --s v A OIU DEAD IT fiETTTSRIRC. Njr. miul the lIoll l tiH-I .T lb N0iilhrrn People. Kefiil, oiii:cni mm nun ,. . . . i .. ill rouinmincalioii nnc-u irj. ton llv of lticl.iiinntl, nul'thT tcK i . i i trout ie:i . uoocn r... ciiiurarru Y an ailu nothing to Mi'1 ioivi i:h ten. i -re reiri n. u i.um-, . I :i . n ... 1 un m i lorme.i, ii i- u.uv ... ... nv.... , r. i t : . i.i... il ,. ,n.M.H V' 7 ' ' .T ,f , : , " T A T a. T . - I 'o iu from ciivuiut town ami irom hill ami valley, from the press, the pnlpit and l lie forum, without c.exiti, until the bones of our dead heroe- on tlc field of tJettybiir are deiently lovercd with the sol of the -oil for w hich they died : I K.TTFK KKOMOK.N. l.KK. I.xiniTo, Va., March S, liU. ' r-ccipt? for ll:e lifty years the Society Mr Dmk Mks : I have n il rrnt i,Ue. .VK:u in e.xirteiice is iS,rii,4,. T. iuteivet in the -ucec-- of the s lie me of j 'xiie gciKial a era go per your li is been the Noli wood Memorial A-TO-iation I jjsi7it5ij9 n, ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 May 1870

iJTTCT'TT?CCJ H A TlTtQ J NO. C. Beo-wn. jAB.McCALtrM. Wk. II.McCAii.rjr. BBOWIT . attorneys at Law PULASKI, TENN. 117 ILL practice in Giles and adjoining l V counties, also in the courts oj liauK ruptoy and in the 6uj rciua and Federal court at Nashville. iSjT Prompt atUition "orill be given to all on .incss entrusted to them. Ouicc old etand of Erown fc McCallum. Octl-tf. SUGIPTER & PEARCY Hare Iteraoved to their New ZDirwLG Store, .East udo Square, Tulaaki, Touu. HAVi jnBt received a fresh etock of pure and rcliilo Drugs, Medicines, and Fancy Articles, etc., t- which tbey invite the attention of their friendi-and the pub lic generally. The Dm? busincf 9 will be under the di rection of ilr. 1 carcy, whilo Dr. Sumptcr will conlinuo the practice ol Physic. Offi ce, back room of drug htoro. Larscist Lot of Frsh Garden Seeds Ever brought to Pulaski. IPrcscrip tions . . ii rnrcluiiV comronnuea ai an uouro by a t'ompctcnt and experienced drugjrist. jand- el O. LESTEE, Attorne and Cc...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 May 1870

V V ? If " f - i. v i t. P. V F. McCORD, 4: CO. orrrcK kortii-e TKM- OF SCBEClUiTlO, Three Dollnrx 'per Annum, in'Adr " - PULASKI, TENN FRID A V. MORNING, MAY 2tfr 0 - - .DfcCOKATiONS.r We are requested .' to sonour.ce hat there will be a meet ' itig of ladies and gentleman of PuUs- ki and vicinity on Saturday 21st for the pupoae ol taking preliminary! eteps to drcorate .the graves of the Confederate dead. A petition sign ed by numerous ladies and gentle- ' men, together vitli a correspondence btweo Me6sra. A. Cox and.D.'H.) - I'areon. in behalf of !tbe community, lias been handed in 'for publication but is crowded out.T-Mr. Cox kindly prsntf them the use of Antoinette -UU a the place for meeting to-mor-r- w. L-t your veneration lor those nho ' MI id lb "Lost Causa" : be manifested tn full attendance. ' WsoMiiDU in N. Y. Cotton ws quiolat 23.J U middling. - Money i-untinues easy al 3 5 per cent, on i all.- Gold opened at 1 15 and closed al 114 Tennessee bonds 60f. A car loaded with ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 May 1870

) ) .' or K sister. '. We are aEVhtfrtzctl to anrK.mireCrO. "VT. "WOODSIN?7 a'cundidata for Ogistar of Giles County , at the Airgust election. . . Vfa re authorized to announce JOTHf TT. fcVEK ft candidate for Eogistcrof Gikaooan ty, at the ensuing August election. "Wears authoHiodto announco E0LiIl2 "W. KNIGHT, a candidate tor Egister of Giles County, atthe August iclsctioi. Wa announce by authority RICjIaKD PEPPER, as a candidate for Register of Giles county. Election in Angust. For CotintyCoart Clerk. Te are authorized to announce ACE FRIZ 2 ELL a candidate for Clerk of the County Court of Giles County, at the ensuing elec tion. We are authorized to announce JOHN. F. ROSE, a candidate for Clerk of th9 .Connty Court of Giie County, e'ection first Tbnrs-. day In August. To-th Voter ff Gile Cvvnty: I am a candidate for Ccunty Court Cleric. Election first Thursday in August next. AMOS R. RICUAEDSON. We are authorized to announce II. II. AY METT a candidate for Clerk of the County Cou...

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 May 1870

-T Phenomena of Biorras. (Tttf r O ) V 1 Ainoii; the papers read befotvc the National Academy off at its recent session, was one Wni. Ij. Nicholson on Sonif phenomena Attending the greV do thunder storm in Iowa, Hi ami M!c1u''mi. .lune :i, 18CO." l'rofcpsor, during lho course ol rcauinjr, ave a uctaueu account owrt manner in which, the elorm-clouds were formed, and the immense de struction which followed in the course of the lor:; ado. The total number of miles traveled by the storm-cloud wa "((30, across the States above named ; (he cloud being in the shape of a cone or spout, which in many instances reached the earth, and tore up large quantities of black prairie mud, which jt seemed to incorporate with itself, as on every occasion iu which the column reached the earth it assumed u darker hue. When the spout reach ed the Iowa river, the spray was seen to come out of its apex, making a pic ture even more impressive than Ni agara Falls. The evidences ot the ama.injr power of the win...

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 May 1870

BUSINESS CARDS, fso. c Brown. Jab. McCallom. n. BR OWN & ITCALLULJ . attorneys at Law PULASKI, TENN. WILl. practice in Giles and adjoining counties, also in the courts of Bank ruptcy and in the Snj rcmo and Federal courU at Nashville. i5f lrompt atte Uion will be given to all on .inesscntrnBted to them. ' Office old stand of Brown & McCnllum. Octl-tf. : STJfilPTER & PEAHCY Have Removed to their New I3rix Store, Eust :de Square, Pulaski, Tenn. HAVK just received a fresh stock of pure and relioMe Drugs, Medicines, and Fancy Articles, etc., to which they invite the attention of their friend-anit the pub lic generally. Tbo Druff business will bo tinder the di rection of Mr. 1 carcy, whilo Dr. Snmpter will continue the practice ol Physic. OiH ce, back room of drug store. I,a est Lft of Frsh Gardeu Seeds Ever broogM to Pulaski. TPrescriptions carefully compounded at all hours by a ompetcnt abd experienced drugfritt. jan4- J O. LESTEE, Attorne and Councellor at Law, PULASKI, TE...

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 May 1870

"1 1 rV K'CORD. J. D. KIKK. L. D. li'cC. VF. O. JtfcCORD, At CO.. rnbJi.-ber- i : . V "VrriCK NOKTU-Ei.ST tOR. aqrATE-CP STAIRS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' Y- , 1 . ' : urwj a Tvkirn per Annum, iu auvuicv. jULA5SIiI M'-tiNN, FRID AY MORNING, MAY 27. '70 Tfc Kew State Government. Xbt Humboldt Headlight con cludes a lengthy article upon the good effects of the New Cooeti'.utioD s fallows; Freedom again spreads its broad, protective wing over the old laod and tbe law once more asserts its author ity. We start out on a new career, under a new banner and impelled by new hopes; the tomahawk is buried; loyalleagues and kuklux klans may Ji8organiz3 and enter into other pur uits more consonant with riht and justice; little men of little miods and little hearts and big pretensions had a well fall back to tbe rear before tlis fight commences their end has come. We say gasp and go and good riddance to you, one and all, "now, henceforth and forever." Under the New Constitution, for getful of past ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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