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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 27 May 1870

s , 1- or ll'gister. , "We arc authorized lo nponnco GEO. W. WOODRINQ, a candidate for Register of Giles Cvaniy , at the August election. " "We are authorized to announce . JOHN W. t)YER a candidate for Register of GUea coun ty, at tb.e ensuing August election. "We are authorized to announce BOL.1VEK W. KNIGHT a candidate J tor. Register of Giles County, at the- August election. ' We announce by authority RICIIAED PEP PEE, as a candidate , for Register of Giles county. Election in August. " For Coanty;Conrt Clerk. "We are authorized to announce ABE FRIZ ZELL a candidate for Clerk of the County Court of Giles County, at the ensuing elec tion. We are authorized to announce JOHN. P. ROSE, a candidate for Clerk of the County Court of Giles County, e'ection first Thurs day, in August. . -. To the Voter t rf GiU Covntyf lam a candidate for Ccunty Court Clerk. Election first Thursday in August next. . . . AMOS R: RICHARDSON. We ate authorized to announce II. IT. AY METT a candidate for Cle...

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 May 1870

; " i t H JSTjZlrzr I MANSFIELD & HIGBEE'S 'UJ'TtrillK v I III f A. r 0 I y i J Broom Corn. v. v mm Accoruing to Inc latest broom corn i9 worth from Lv. in the New York markets, js this price serves as an. incentive. cultivation, we give some hints the best methods. A warm, sandy or gravelly soil is the best, and clay is the worst ; be tween those two extremes the lighter parts of river bottoms grow excellent crops, and clover 6od, turned over iu the fall and well pulverized in the spring, ought to secure an abundant return. TJiis crop is liable to be much injured by weeds, and labor is saved by raising a reasonable number of successive crops on the same land, which, having been once thoroughly cleaned is more easily kept in order. Iu planting in lulls mark the rows both ways at least three feet apart and put a dozen or more 6eeds to each hill. A drill may be successfully used. One bushel of seed is usually allowed to ten or twelve acres. The Beed should not be covered very deep...

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 June 1870

"" J HXS ' I . If I IN 1 V J. jA8.McCAI.I-rM. J "'- i" ' " I wM.n.McCAttcK. tr-n-n rr n ' TPkTTTTT A MTT TTT ( i TT rm TT r77 7Ti JWIT&H'CALLTJH ttorneys at Law PULASKI, TENxf. ,L practice in Giles nd adjoining fcounues, lo in ins tra in tha Sui reme end Federal Arts at Nashville. 1.f uttaMinn Will DO C1V011 o all ou .inesa entrusted to them. Otrice old utand oi Jirown Octl-tf. : RTT ftfPTER !& PEAKUY I lave Removed to their New Xxttxs Store, Puit side Snnare. Tulaski, Tenn. rAVKjnt received a freh stock of pure i ni-niTa Medicines, and Fancy Articles, ct., U which tbey mute tile attention of their friend and the imb- lic (ronerally. Tbo Drnar business will b nnder the di notion of Mr. 1 e.rcy, whilo Dr. SnniPttr will continca the pracUco ol Physic. Offi ce, back room of drug store. Largest Lot of Fr-sh Garden Seed Ever brought to Pnlaski. TPrescriptioiis urafullv compounded at all hours by a ompetent and experienced dmggist.jan- Tb. LESTER, Attorne and Councellor at Law. PU...

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 June 1870

0 . ; .0.CP0. J. H, KIRK... L. D. kVOIW. vi. iicv.UItU, & CO.. Piiblittier. OFFICE KORTH-Fi-ST toil.-1"" TEEMS OF SUBS. . Three lollar por Anrn "TTTT A Silv'T 'I't The Public Roads' - W have urged upon the people of Giles county persistently tliu iropor tiDce of building lurnpikea. They Lava failed tor see the importance of pikes and the benefit to be derived from lb em as we have, and no steps whatever with this end in view have been taken by the people -f the coun ty. Most of the roadi leading into town are almost impassible in the winter and they should be attended to ia tho summer aud fall. There was a law passed by the Legislature List February, perhaps not generally known, which, rigidly enforced, will have the effect to improve the pub-lc highways to some extent. We pub lico, it below for the benefit of over seers : " Chapter LXXII. Sec 1. lie it enacted by the Gen eral Assembly of Tennessee, That whoever shall, on receiving notice to woik on any public road in this S'ate...

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 June 1870

V . r r - s-i j Joi Ili)''llijf.tf.6tt:- a.i v J f lor Register. yn arc authorized to announce GEO. "W. yXDIiING, a canJiditt for Register of IJilea County , at the August election. -J Wo arc authorised to tttnounee JOHN W. DYEE candidate for Register of Giles teOton ty, at the ensuing August election. "We are authorised to announce BOLlVER W. XNIQI1T, candidate, tor Register Giles County, at the August election . - ' , W announce by authority EICIIAKI) FEITEK, as a candidate . for Register of Cilcs county. Election in Angr:st. fcorfcoantyiConrt Clcikk . Tc are authorized to announce ADE FRIZ-ZEE- a candidate for Clerk of the County Court 'of Giles Co'unty, at the ensuing efee ion. We are authorized to nriTjctenee JOIIIT. P. "HOSE, a candidate for Clerk of tha Cornty Court of Giles County, e'ection first Thurs 'day in August. s - t T "l Vf4ert ff Gilt- Cokkf: - .1 am a candidate for Ccnnty Court Clerk. Election first Thursday in Angust' next. V . AMOS R. RICH AKDSON. We are a'lthorr...

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 June 1870

She gann awl jtou$t ftoM. Care of Suckling Colts. Those who raise colts usually exer cise care in the selection of good stock to breed ironi, but many ncr' give the colts proper attend hot weather, while they a? with dams. It is not unc see those that were healthyv developed in early summer, I puny and poor, and thci hair I off before autumn. This trouble 1 from allowing the colt to drawv-iTf while the blood of the mare in a high 6tate of heat from violent exertion. When the dam is used in hct wea ther upon the farm or road 60 as to heat her blood, the colt should never be allowed to suck until she has fully cooled off. Let hira fill himself be fore the mother is put into the har ness, and if it is important that he should accompany the dam, tie him at her side so that he will be unable to draw milk until he i. liberated, for it is much better that he should go hungry a few hours than to take his fcod while it is in a fevered state If the mare is to make a long dis tance in a hot da...

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 June 1870

BUSINESS CARDS, Jno. C. Bmowx. Wm. JAB. McCallvx. MoCallck. n BBOWII&n'CALLTJIJ . attorneys at Law PULASKI, TENN. WILL practice in Giles and adjoining counties, also in the courts of Bank ruptcy and in tba Soj rcmo" and Federal courU at Nashville. ... . Prompt attention will bo given to all on incs6 on trusted to them. Office old etand of Brown fc McCallum. . Octl-tf. I STJHPTER :& PEAKCY Have Removed to their New IDrus Store, Enst side Square, Pulaski, Tonn. HAVKjust received a frcsli stock of pure and rclioM Drugs, Medicines, and Fancy Articles, etc., U which they incite the attention of their friend and the pub lic gonorally. Tbn Drug business will bo tinder tho di rection of Mr. 1 earcy, whilo Dr. Snmptcr will continue the practice ol Physio, co, back room of drug etoro. Offi- La""et I.-t of Fr-h Garden Seeds Ever brought to Pulaski. "Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours by a Competent and experienced druggist. jan4- 3 C. LESTEE, Attorne and Councellor at Law....

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. — 10 June 1870

I - was DreEi: J V -.. . i f. o. ii'cor.6. ' j. u. Kir.K. 'i. t. strBD. O. JlcCORD, & .CO.. FublUheis. "DrriOE NORTU-Eif T COT. tQCAr.E-OP STAIRS. ' TiJiMJ- OF SUBCRlPTlONy--" ' Tbra Dollar per Aunv.m, in Adv 1J rUL. A SKI, TJ3 N N4, i'RID AY MOKNIKG, JUNE 10, 1 TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE. No business worthy of note was transacted in the Senate Friday. In the House a bill providing fr the assessment of poll tax on colored citizens, for. 1GT0 ; providing for the laying oil of the State in1 Judicia' Circuits. . - ' " Nothing was done in either House Saturday. In the Senate Monday a r?eolution to adjourn on the 10th was introduc ed. .There was considerable discussion in the House same day on the bill providing for a poll tax on coir. red luales for 1870. It was referred to the Judiciary Committee. House bill to reorganize the Supreme Court pas sed second reading. In the Senate Tuesday a resolutioa to adjourn on the 20th inst., and con vene on the 14.h of November was adopted; a bill to ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 10 June 1870

l or Ifglsior. nm hnthorizsd to auaonucq GEO W. i "WOODKING," a candidate for liegister of Gllc Cguuty, at lh August tkclioii. - - VTc nre authorized to onnnr.ncc JOHN W. IiYEli acimdiiUte fr UcjUlor of Giles joun ty, nt the ensidug Angit election. Veure authorized to announce BOLIVEK , , KXIGUT, aeudidut for Register f Giles Coi.iity, at the? Augut election. ' ' VTo rmiiiuoc by authority R1C1IAKD PEI'l'EK, us a eaudidato for lhglsler cf , Giles county. Election in August. Wo ur.ncuucc by authority Capt. J. CAL. GILIEi:T as u candidate fur F.egiattr ut the e.eev.oii in Augu.-t. ' For County Court Clerk. We are aulhovizud to announce JOHN. F. LOSE, a carid.diitelnrClcrkof t!u Ci unty jiirtof Oiles Couu'.y, o'ection first Thurs day in Augiut. T ih VUkj ifih Covntvt- . ; I aia w.ndidiUU'or Gtucty Court Clerk. Eiecfiou-iiiat TliCreday jn Atigu.it noxt.- AMOS 11, lllCHAEDOX. Vc aro unthoiizivlto krinounca III II. AY ilLTT a c:nididatcfor Clerk cf the ,Oounty Couitel Giles, at the ensuing...

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 June 1870

f Slit $mn and goMSthoW. Vis Tcrcheron Horses. Numerous periodicals have been extolling this breed of horses inJllD. most unwarrantable liKinner.V' do not deny that they arc c horses, and have been in trod j considerable numbers iutoN within the past two years, ana a r into other parts of our country Tli are of Arabian descent; have bed bred in France full 300 years, till tlit ll'U UUS WUCUIUU IIAUU, UI1U Iliaj expected to become permanent under correct breeding and good usage. The color is a dark iron-gray, almost black, beautifully mottled. The weight of some of the horses, when full jrrown, is fourteen hundred pounds. If well trained, they arc 6tromr and Eowcrful animals. The Pcrchcron orsea arc usually docile, kind, even tempered, quick to understand and prompt to obey ; and, for horses of the size, they are easy to keep in shining order. On the other hand, it is repeated and reiterated by men who have large interests in such animals, and who pay well to hav their own "pulls pub...

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 June 1870

. - i. . v V 1 JSINESS ' GAUDS, Crown. Js. McCallcm Viv. "II.McCAH.rii. ROWIT&SrCALLUXJ ttonioy cit Lav PULASKI, TENXJ. T17IT.1, vractice in uncs am """" 's ... , comities, also in tlic courts 01 iiuiiK- ruptey and in uio ;mij mm aud Federal court at Nashville. - - ;.f- Prompt atteitioii wf.1 b given to all on .incssentrustetl to tiem. Ollioe old ttar.J of Brown te McCahum. Octl-tfV SXJMPTER & PEARCY Have Itemovcd to their New ZOsro-e; Store, l-.ast side Square, Pulaski, Tenn. nVVl int received a frcsli stock of pnrc '.ul.l relinMc l)ru?s, ycdicincs, and Kam'v Artielcs,cte.,.tc which tliey inwte the attetitien of tiicir fnentVund tac pub lic reiicr;dly. . Tli" Di i '-f ltt.-i 11G.--9 will l.o nriJrtr the di veetion of Mr. 1 earcy, wfcilo Dr. Funster will c- ntinvc thi prac'ico ) Physic. Olh hvxU r,".m -I' drug store. l.il' t i f Fr Cardnn S i'niavli i. liver "lroscriptions r. -fully coiiip"iiuele.d all Lo.urs MiipcU-nt r.Bd experienced drogj-'t. l,y a i:in 1- Attorn e and Co...

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 June 1870

9 . O. X'CCBO. J. II. KIRX. I B. C01iD. F. O. MtCOItl), it .CO.. 1'Bbiii.hers. WHCI NOUTU-EAJiT luE. SQirAUl Three Dollars per Annum, ia u i ahkiTtkn A FRIDAY MOKN IN O.JUNE li TENNESSEE LEGISLATUBE Both houses have ben engaged duiuig t!xi past we-k coneidering bills and resolutions principally of person al and local nature. Little of interest to our readsrs. The bill to ohanga ihm line batween the counteaof Mar shal and Oilea passed second reading. The bi'.l to change the name of the Giles County Blood Uoree Associa tion to the Giles County Live Stock and Industrial Automation passed second reading. Bill fijiog the paj of members at 84 per day for each day of actual service, also providing 6ae of fifty dollars for absence oyer five days without ieare. Mr. J. D. Lewis, Postmaster at ibis place, a few days ago, received the following letter which fully ex plains iteeif, and not being conver sant with the facts wanted, complied with the latter clause of the epietle by presenting it to...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 17 June 1870

.... . V Candidates 1 or Rgistei:. Wo are authorized to snuounce GEO. W. WOODKING. a candidate for Keirister of Giles County , at the August election. Wo are authorized to announce JOHN W. DYER acandidute for Register of Giles coun ty, at tlsc ensuing August election. Wt are authorized to announce EOL.1VEE W. K.MGIIT, a candidate tor Register of Giles Coi.nty, at the An?n.-t elcotiou. V announce by authority RICHAKD PEITEK. as a candidate for Rti!ri.-tcr of Giles county. Election in August. Wo announce by authority Cupt. J. C.L. GILBERT as a candidate for Register at the electit.i in August. For Comity Court Clerk. We are authorized to announce JOII??. F. ROSE, a candidate for Clerk of th Coutaty Court cf Giles County, e'ection first Thurs day in Augutt. fin Vft'.rn ff Gitn Ccvn'iy: I am a candidate for Ccnnty Court Clerk. Fh-ctiou firat Tbursday in August next. AMOS R. RICHARDSON. Wo are authorized to announce II. H. AY METTu candidate for Clerk of the County Court ot Giles, at the...

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 June 1870

Sit 7 7 J farm ami sBtoujsrit oA To Mate a Good Kali Fence. Friends Tucker I wish to call the attention of farmers to my method of making a good fence of rails, a?.." J " of your reader. may, as I (H . amount of land it occupies, ll ber of raila required, and the ty in cultivating, mowing, etc., i V Mv method is to take two posts just far enouirh apart to admit Ii rails between Them; (small posts will answer very well.) sharpen anu tunc with a good heavy mall into holes made with a hop-bar. Then with a bit bore a hole through each about 20 to 24 inches above the ground, and drive an iron rod, cut to the right length through the two posts. Old lightning-rod" m-ikes good rods, and may be easily cut with a cold chisel, and broken oil at the right length. Then lay our first rail on the red be tween the posts. Then at the end place a chuuk between the rails, and lap the rails six or eight inches at the next pair, the first end of the second length at the top of the last end of the first ...

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 June 1870

s ' - - - ,- - ' " UTS1NKSS HARDS. I . W ,v. C UnnwV. JAS. U AIM M. m. II.McCau.vm. BBOWIT&K'CALLTOT Yltornovs :vt Jjiav PULASKI, TEinr. Wild- i-rurli.-e in Cib-s :.i.. -V.i''J 1 ; ' V counties, also in tbo ,-or.rts .l Iaio nietev unl 'u tb; Siqre-.no -ci'l l"e..n;.l i-.nirts :it Naslo ihe. " ... , . I Prompt u'le .t'.oi. . A ee- ;rwn , ::!l"'i;i "nu-r-si.-utmt..-d to tl-m. Oiii.-o r.t;-.n-l of J; row n v sui mmi i. v.i-tf. SUBIFTER & PEAECY XJ-x'"3JLS" Store, l.-t m.Iv! Siiiuro. rula.-:-:i, Turn. vL-x Article-, etc., u-vyhi.-h t '..-; ,.,m,o the attention ofibcir friend a.x.l u.e j ub ciicniHy. Th. Dm -business will be nivlcr tbc li ,,,.;",., of Mr. 1 e Toy, vrlii'.o l)r. Sunn-li t WHI cntiiicc tho .rnc icoot PJ.yif. 0;1: ce, iik-i ro.'ia oi'di -.icr rc. ;t L t (" I'r i ;r.lcw S iN liver h o'litht'.to Villas!;:. I -scriptioiis carefully c..mi.ouuJl ut all V-urs ;f a. ""Lest j: n , Atterne and Councellor at Liw. iujla.sk i, tj:n:i. WiU g.vc rrom!'fc n-tention t- till busi js...

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 June 1870

4 xa ly.'f fjjjf ft J J . O. M CURD. J. H. KIRS. urrjck yoitTa-EiT coi. ioxarz- TERMfc OF SUBSCRIPT!'. Three Dollars per Annum, in Ad PULASKI, TENM, FRIDAY MOILNING. JUNE 24. '70 Our Next Governor Amor.g the nacres n-entioned to fi 1 the GoTernor's chair next term, we have lieitrd none moro prominent lv aud favorably spoken of lit a n that of oar distinguished fellow-citizen Gen. Johs C. Buown. We do noi know whether the General has fully gotten hia own consent to be a candid-tie in the race or do', tut we think he vr ill not long be able to resist the demands of the people all over the State who are cla&oioua for his name to be placed in the liar. There cer tainly is no man ia Tennessee more thoroughly competent or more uni versally popuNr. By hi gallant couse during the war he command t ! the respect of trery Confederate ifncer rind soldier who knew bis char ueter, aud by bid digniSaJ, prudent and gentlemanly conduct 6inue the war, ho has made more friends among the true Feder...

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 June 1870

I or Roister. Wo are authorized to announce GF.O. W. VrOOLrRlNG, .a candidate for Kjgiater of (J ilea County , at the Augunt elec'Joa. We ar authorized lo announco JOHN W. DYEK a candidate for Register of Giia coua tj, at tbe unsning August election. Wero uthori-l to annouuoa BOL.IYEU W. KMC) ill, acaudidut idr B;giurof, Giles County, at tbe Angut election. V anuounce by authority IilCIIALD FEPPEE, aa a candidate for Legist of miles county. Election in Ahgurt. We announce by authority Copt. J. CAL' GILBEUT aa a candidate for Register at the e.ceiion in August. For Countr'ourt Clerk.. . We are authorized to announce JOHN. F. KOK, a candidate for Clerk of tha County Court of Giles County, ovCiViou first Thurs day in Aujjutt. To ih Vf.1rt tf Gl County: I am a candidate for County Court Clerk. Ekciion iirot Thur&day in August next. AMOS R. RICHAKDSON. Tc are authorized t'O f.'nnortnce II. II. AY NlETT a candidate for Clerk of tho County Courtot Giles, at tho eu&uing August elec ...

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 June 1870

J $uw audi gouisthottl. The Correct Length of Vi. A liorse caunot draw as tv o a whiflllc-tree twelve fcctlongat A J ... .a a r ! - iiwil.no iti 1 nil nr I I . UUU inu itci pia. iui.iiv;a in ivum cause the line of draught is not ir, proitcr direction to be most effect? Nor can two liorscs, harnessed abreast, draw well with whiflle-trccs ten leet lonr, while their heads are coupled close together, because they must travel side wise, more or less, in which position no animal can exert all his strength to the best advantage in haul ing a load. Horses draw best "with the double whiflle-trec just long enough to allow them to stand dose to each other, hav ing the single whifllc-trccs attached directly behind them, and just long enough to meet in the miJdle. "When the double-tree is very long, each horse must draw more or less side wise, if the coupling lines and the neck-yoke are not matle long enough to allow them to more directly for ward, without having their heads turned toward each o...

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 July 1870

BUSINESS CARDS, Jho. C. Biowk. Jab. McCallcm. W. H. McCali-ck. BB 0 WIT & 1TCALLUU . attorneys at Law PULASKI, TEIO. TX7 1LL practice in Giles and adjoiuing VV counties, almo in tho courts of Bank ruptcy and in tho 8nj rcmo and Federal Nashville. lf- prompt attcition will bo given to all on .mess entrusted to mem. Office old stand of Brown & McCullnm Octl-tf. I STJMPTER & PEARCY lave Removed to their New JDjnjLm Store, East ido Square, Pulaski, Tenn. a fresh stock of PU re a1 and relioMe Drugs, Medicines, and Fancy Articles, etc., V- which tbey invite the attention of their friend and the pub lic generally. m Tt... l.,i;nM will ha under the di J 11, ' XJ IKK ' ' - - rcction of Mr. 1 carcy, while Dr. Snrnptcr will continue ine praoico ui xnjciv. ce, back room of drug store. Largest of Frsli Garden S"cd Ever brought ;to Pulaski. TPrescriptions carefully compounded at all hours by a t'ompetcnt and experienced drugfcintoan4- 3 O. LESTER Attorne and Councellor at Law, PULASKI...

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 July 1870

I . n t L t. x cor Pulli.h ; rtnt Sop.Th-i;.' TLX:M: ui' SCBSCJilPTION. Three LHillar per Anann in Advance PLliAbKi, 1NI,' I FRIDAY MORKINO. JULY i. '70 Col Pets Tcrnsy.' Ti.is xetioyuuhed gentleman, can f ' idl- for Supremo J paid U9 a v:s;l (Lis WPftk. Col. Turney is our first choirs iu this important election. 1U 19 thoroughly qualified for the po sitico, liRi ss mmy claims upon the j'uMia !3 &iy nun in the Slate, and person he is one of the noblest men liio.. The wounds he receiv et nhile battling far the South, one rf then vary S'.rioui one in the mouth and throat, incapacitates him io ioiD extent for the laborious d u tiea of a practitioner, and we think he cL serve, this less laborious position from tl e hands of his counti jriien. His h:gli order of Dative and legal tal tit. diacriraJn'iting jidgmen: and .igh sense of houor. eminently fit Am for the Supreme Bench. Gsser.a.1 Bailer a Failure. The N. Y. Hi-rsld bad great hopes of General fJulltr in Congress after his manag...

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