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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 May 1866

r 3 i H C VOLUME 8. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1866, NUMBER 21. r MASH CITIZEN BUSINESS CAEDS, COnilEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets, Nashville, Tennessee, J. G. rULGHULI, Proprietor, Formerly of 28 North 6ammr St., J. G. YFILSOST, Clerk. This Hotel has been lately refitted and newly fur nished. Tie proprietor dcairea a liberal patronage of the traveling public. may 18-gm NATHAN ADAMS, Once in Court-house next to Post OSce, WILL PRACTICE LAW In Chancery and Circuit court of Giles. He will Attend to the Collection of Claims againi t the U. S. for Bounty, Tension, Back Pay, or claime for property and charge nothing in tuch caeee until the montyie collected. febl6-6m SOLON E. ROSE, Attorney & Counsellor at La7, PULASKI, TENT. Office In the South-west Corner of the Court House, WILL PRACTICE In the'Courts of Giles and adjouning counties, ffeb2 ALIOS It. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, PULASKI, TENN. Will practice in GileB and adjoining count...

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 May 1866

) Co. f t f k t s L. W. McCORU, Editor und Publisher. Firm in the right the Printing Press should be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; Faithful and constant to its sacred trust Calm in its utterance, in its judgments just; 1 "Wise In its teaching; incorrupt and strong ,To epoed the right and to. denpunce the wrong.' 7 FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 25th, 1866. Brevities and News Items. . Rev. J. P. B. Wilder, a natiye of Vir- fc ginu, Jatterly Missionary Bishop of Ala- -ama, was UDanimonslj elected Diocesan of , ouieiana, as successor of Bishop Polk. 7, , ! : .; ... . r- . . ha, Twektt thousand Poles want to emigrate this country, and efforts are being made o settle them in Virginia. They are tired rtuacovite rule. . ?Dff ' ' cik ladies of Franklin realized a net tit of 81,200 from their recent concerts ehalf of the Tennessee Benevolent So- acThe Richmond Examiner says that if rtj North will drop "one tear over the grave T t ... Stonewall Jackson, it will do more to conquer the Sout...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 May 1866

a, r X t 1 - A I V. McCORU, Editor and Publisher. OrriCE 80. EAST COBXEB PUBLIC SQUARI CP STAIRS. ttiU.'.ilTLKMS OF.'SUBSCEIETION;"': Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at 12,00 per square, (10 lines or leas, in this tpe," for the first, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions desired will be inserted and charged for at the regular rates until ordered out. Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 3 months or less, must be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; farther renewals charged one dollar per square. . ' Advertisement from a distance must be accom panied with the cash in every instance. The advertising of a house or firm will be strictly limited to its own immediate business Calls on persons to become candidates, and polit ical circulars charged as advertisements, and wi...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 25 May 1866

f V r 7 ) rtv j u .L. W. McCORD, Editor 8nd Publisher. Fieii in the right the Printing Press should be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; Faithful and constant to its sacred trust Calm in its utterance, in its judgments just; "Wise in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To speed the right and to denounce the wrong. (Mlteeu PTJLASICI, TZEnsnsT. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 25th, 1866. j Brevities and News Items. a t : 1:1 rife, because every man should have one 1 of his own." Aunt Betsy is right. The entire assets of a recent bankrupt ere nine children. 'The creditors acted Magnanimously and let him keep them. Wht is a washerwoman the most cruel 3 person in the world? ings men's bosoms. Because she daily j. Western exchange says a girl of that a Bhort time ago, hung herself to a (b of the law." prth money, for without it they would be rm noining. Wht is John Morissy, since his retire- ment from the prize-ring, like Daniel WeO eter? Because he is the great ez-pounder. What is the diff...

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 June 1866

bmb TIM I I nrw..- riTm'" T 111 mTTTr H 1 1 IMHIIIl III J. UMMI II lMM IIIUM HI II MUM I II II 111 I III I II 1 1 mill I IWHIIIIBI I IIHII Ll.J.JIIUU ' THE PULASKF 7T 0 VOLUME 8. PULASKI, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1S66, NUMBER 22. CITIZE 1 BUSINESS CAHDS, COHMEBCIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets, USTasliville, Tennessce, J. G. FTJLGHUM, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. G. WILSON, Clerk. This IJotel has been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor desires a liberal patronage of the traveling public. may 13-6m NATHAN ADAMS, Office in Court-house next to Post Office, WILil. PRACTICE LAW in Chancery and Circuit courts of Giles. He will Attend to the Collection of Claims against the U. S. for Eounty, Pension, Eack Pay, or claims for property and chary ymthing in tuch catetvtUil the money it ciUcttd. feb lG-Gm SOLON 3D. ROSE, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, TULASKI, TENN. Office in the South-west Corner of the Court House, WILL PRACTICE In t...

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 June 1866

A uiaohi (fifteen. L. W. McCOIll), Editor mil Publ Mier. Finn in the rizbt the Triuting Press .-O .s-.M be, The tyrant's "h-, tl.c champion of the free; FailfuLnwd coiistart to its sacred trust Calm in. its nttc-ninoe, in its judgments just ; Wtso in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To speed the right end to denounce the wrong. PULASKI, Tiensrisr. DAY MORNING, JUNE let, I860. Brevities and News Items. joiis Y. Ma80x, of Trent notoriety, and Snfederate agent to England during the r, is 6tayiog in Montreal., jersoll, a member of Congress from classes the President with the ra, rindsrdest and pork disease, as an i?ve dispensation of Providence ;. Walker, of Florida, has issued a .tion in which he congratulates the at the military has relinquished t- 1 over the civil affairs of that State. rrtfnn r rnr c nf Lrtni'd'ona a ra a1n , v.., ............ - V,-- one-half of last month's estimate. n crops are looking well. The su ps, where planted, are abundant. .ew police regulation has gone ...

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. — 1 June 1866

V 9 3 L. W. SIcCOItD, Editor and Publisher. OFFICE 90. EAST CORKER rt'BLIC PQC ARE UP STAIRS. TjKiis OF SUBSCRIPTION. : Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at 2,00 per square, (10 Vines or less, in this tpo, for this first, and 75 cents fVirp.acVi Bubseaueut insertion. Advertisements not marked with tLe number of I insertions desired will t:e inserted and charged fur at the regular rates until ordered out. Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 3 months or less, must be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; further renewals charged one dollar per square. Advertisements from a distance must be accom panied with the cash in every instance. The advertising of a house or tirin will be &trictly limited to its own immediate business. Calls on persons to become candidates, and polit ical circulars charged as advertisements, and wil not b...

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. — 1 June 1866

i L'Madu Citizen L. VI. McCORD, Editor and lublisher. Fikji in the right the Printing Press should be, The tyrant's foe, tlie champion of the free; Faithful and constant to its sacred trust Calm in its utterance, in its judgments just; "Wise in its teaching; incorrupt and strong To speed the right aid to denounce the wrong. Y MORNING, JUNE 1st, 18GG. r For the Pulaski Citizen. 3aw Her Last Night in Uy Dreams. EY ELLA LILLIAN- ETEl'IlENSON. aw her last nipht in my dreams, V) beautiful, radiant and fair; ""V sleeping vision once more I saw long lost Katie "Ware, ed once more, with a thrilling sense, ''hand within my own, it has tremblingly nestled oft, .hc years forever flown. r last niglit in my dream., the pure white brow, v the rosy, crimson tide ck and fair cheek flow; Aiful was my darling1, With her conld compare uven hath won an angel vcly Katie Ware ! cr last night in my dreams, ywas to have been my briJo, .;ath intervened, and with him floated adown the tide: r vaa to havo bee...

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. — 8 June 1866

v V VOLUME 8. FULASKI, TENNESSEE, FTUDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1866, 0 I NUMBER 23. PI IjASKT IMlnj Ojl Ji JIiij.lJjjl io XL (, BUSINESS CARDS, COMMERCIAL HOTEL Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets, INasliville, Tennessee, J. G. FULGHUM, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer &t., J. G. WILSON, Clerk. This Hotel Las been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor desirea a liberal patronage of the traveling public. may lS-Cm NATHAN ADAMS, Office in Court-house next to Post Office, WILL PRACTICE LAW in Chancery and Circuit courts of Giles. lie w ill Attend to the Collection of Claims againft the TJ. S. for Bounty, Pension, Back Pay, or claims for property arul charge miking in, mck catetunlil the iifritey in collected. tab lG-Gm SOLOIST E. HOSE, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PULASKI, TENN. Office in the South-west Corner of the Court House, WILL PltACTICE In the'Courts of Giles and adjouning counties, feb2 AMOS It. RICHARDSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, PULASKI, TENN. W...

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. — 8 June 1866

u 41 L. AV. MtCOKD, Editor Pud Publisher. Firm in the right tho Printing Press should be, The tyrant's foe, tho champion of the free; Faithful and constant to it sacred trust Calm in ita utterance, inks judgments junt; Wise in its teaching; incorrupt and strong Jo peed the right and to denounce the wrong. 'RIDAY MORNING, JUNE Ctli, 1CCC. f The Fenians. The lonjr-talked-of Fenian movement Jbegun. The news for the past week peen Bomowhat etartlino-, butnotalto- i er unexpected. TheFenian3 have gone york- blood has been ehed the Irish flocking to the border, and the war for d ha3 beun. Isympathies of our people are with AjuL the Government is bound to heir operatiens from American soil, "enians propose to arm and equip pelves arjd invade Canada from the id States borders, and fight the batlle3 ?land in Canada, on British soil. They already commenced the movement. A j!l force under Col. O'Neal, of Nashville, ssed over to the Canada shore, took.ov a derrick comin up behind a fellow un I ...

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. — 8 June 1866

0 A.. u sen. L. W. McCOKD, Editor and Publisher. OFFICE BO. EAST CORNER rUEI.IC SQUARE UP STAIRS?. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four DollarR per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at ? 2,00 per souare, (10 lines or Icps, iu tins tpc,1 lor the first, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions desired will be inserted and charged for at the regular rates until ordered out. Advertisements must be Tiaid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 3 months or less, must be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; further renewals charged one dollar per square. Advertisements from a distance must be accom panied with the cash in every instance. The advertising of a house or firm will be strictly limited to its own immediate business. Culls on persons to become candidates, and polit ical circulars charged as advertisements, and wil not be ins...

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. — 8 June 1866

I W. MrCOItl), Editor nnd I'ubli-hcr. Fium in the right the Printincr Pre tdiouldbe, The tyrant's lbe, the champion of the free; Faithful and constant to its fcaered trust Calm in its utterance, in its jinljrmeritu jur.t; Wise in its teaching; incorrupt and p trong To KpeeJ tha right and to denounce the wrong. PULASKI, TZEZsTHST. X FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8th, 1CCG .ffirial Navigation. A l vdoui a year ago, says tho New York ? World, an elaborate description appeared in tbeso columns of Dr. Solomon Andrew's projected flying ship, then building at Perth mboy. Since then, the enterprise, fol wing all improvements, ha3 taken up its esidence in New York, and for several -lonths has been undergoing preparations he corner of Houston and Greene streets, 'ng passed into the hacds of an efficient jipany, of which Dr. Andrews, the in filQT, is president. IVesterday afternoon at 4 p. m., all being readiness, fourgentlemen Dr. Andrews, :sident; G. Vv Trow, vice-president; C. f. Plumb, secretary; 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. — 15 June 1866

TTDT - No VOLUME 8. PULASKI, TEXXESSEE, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1866, NUMBER 24, THE LAS crnzE BUSINESS CAKDS, COIinERCIAL HOTEL, Corner Cedar and Cherry Streets, jSTasliville, Tennessee, J. G. FULGHUH, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St.. J. G. WILSON, Clerk. This Hotel has been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor dtuires a liberal patronage cf the traveling public. may 18-6m NATHAN ADAMS, Office in Court-house next to Post Office, WILL PRACTICE LAW In Chancery and Circuit courU of Giles. lie will Attend to the Collection of Claims againet the TJ. S. for Bounty, Pension, Back Pay, r claims for property and charge nothing in ucA cac$ until the money in collected. feb 16-6m SOLOjST je. hose, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PULASKI, TENN. Office in the South-west Comer of the Court Ilouse, WILL PRACTICE In tha'Courts of Giles and adjouning counties, fob2 AIIOS It. BICHARD SON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, PULASKI, TESJft Will practice in Giles and adjoin...

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. — 15 June 1866

1 J L. W. McCOUD, Editor and Pabli-her. Firm in tLe right the Printing Presa should be, The tyrant's foe, the champion of the free: Faithful and constant to ita sacred truat Calm in its utterance, in its judgments just; Viae in it teaching; incorrupt and strong To ppced the right and to denounce the wrong. fTJLASKI, TZEInTXT. IIDAY MORNING, JUNE 15th, 18C6. ' Tub Canadian "sbindig" has come to an d, and the results may be Bummed up in of worda. A few lives have 'ii captured; and a very great quantity histy has been destroyed. The poor JLhs of the rank-and-file are slipping 'c to their homes by Government trans lation, whilst the leaders are "under -st." If the Fenian organization has "ruture existence at all, the Stephens jOny stock will rise in value, and the part of valor will prevail over its but weaker companion, to whose 'ihe present discomfitures may be easi ced. & "liberation of Ireland" by means of invasion of Canada" was indeed, as vos Stephens described it, "a dismal ....

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. — 15 June 1866

s . v. J L V. McCOItD, Editor and Publisher. OmCE SO. EAKT CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE VP 6TAIK8. TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at $ 2,00 per souare, (10 lines or less, in this tpe,1 for the first, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements-not marked with the number of insertions desired will be inserted and charged for at. the regular rates until ordered out. Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in advance. Those inserted for 3 months or less, must be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are permitted to renew quarterly free of charge; further renewals charged one dollar per square. Advertisements from a distance must be accom panied with the cash in every instance. The advertising of a house or firm will be 6trictly limited to its own immediate business Calls on persons to become candidates, and polit ical circulars charged as advertisements, and wil not be inserted wit...

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. — 15 June 1866

s t JL. W. McCORD, Editor nd Publisher. Finn in the right the Printing Press should be, The tyrant' foe, the champion of the free; Faithful ftnd constant to its sacred trust Calm in its utterance, in its judgments just; Wise in its teaching; iiicormpt and strong To speed the right and to denounce the -wrong. , FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 15th, 1866. V$ COKCLCDED FROM FIRST PAGE. fact in excess of 25,000. The same law rulings are applicable to eub-contrac- rs. ?38. A miner may employ one person in e business of mining for coal, silver, &c, ithout license. 30. The liability of peddlers and corn eal brokers to license tax depends upon jets done, and is not effected by the fact 1 the party is employed by others and is ,ng merely as an agent i0. Watches and watch chains do not me within the definition of jewelry, and iy therefore bo sold under a common dlar s license. 41. A retail dealer in liquors wishin o close up business may sell out his whole fitock at one auction sale to different pft...

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. — 22 June 1866

er ri ITU 13 TfA TT ! r U lb J 1 NO ViLJL J -12 14 ? VOLUME 8. BUSINESS CAKDS, S. A. WlLBOX, M. A. CARTER, II. X. JAMES. T7HS01T, CAHTER & CO., COTTON FACTOKS, AMD WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALERS IN Groceries & Plantation Supplies, -kt ni MA1V STREET. . Corner Washington, juno 1J Memphis, tens. COHHEECIAL HOTEL, Corner Ccdar.and Cherry Streets, Nashville, Tcnnessee, J. G. TULGHUM, Proprietor, Formerly of 23 North Summer St., J. G. WILSON, Clerk. Thin Hotel lift been lately refitted and newly fur nished. The proprietor desires a liberal patronage of the traveling public. may 18-f.m NATHAN ADAMS, OSce in Court-house next to Post Office, WILL PRACTICE LAW in Chancery and Circuit courto of Giles. lie will Attend to the Collection of Claims againft the U. S. for Bounty, Tension, Back Tay, or claims for property and ehatge nothing in such catfiuntil tin money i collected. feb 16-6m SOLOIST 3D. HOSE, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, PULASKI, TENN. Office in the South-west Corner of t...

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. — 22 June 1866

1 lit' 3 L. "V. McCOltD, Editor ond Publi: her. Firm in the right tho Printing Press should be, ; Tte tyrant's foe, the champion of the free; If aithful and constant to its gacred trust Calm in its utterancej in its iuJgmente just; - Wise in its teaching; incorrupt end strong To speed the right and to denounce the wrong. i 4 . , . V'DAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1C66. proclamation by the Governor, "fernor Brownlow has issued a procla- to the members of the General As ' of the State of Tennessee," conven .ra in extraordinary session on the ! July, for the purpose of ratifying cer 3iendments to the Constitution of the i'1 States, He makes the 6tartling au gment, that "for more than five years l9 of Tennessee has been deprived of xeiieB in the Union of our fathers!" ?)y else but Brownlow's gang knew f.e. We hope he will keep them v a the news of the day. The Gov j .ys the amendments to be ratified 'brieflly stated as follows: ijjual protection of all citizens in the 'ent of life, liberty and p...

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. — 22 June 1866

iX..lTr.blcCOaD, Editor Bud Publisher. orricx v. east cgexzb public sqcabe cp btaibs. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Annum, Invariably in Advance. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at 1 2,00 per souare, (10 lines or loss, in this tpefor the first, and 75 cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions desired, will be inserted and charged for at the regular rates until ordered out. Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly in advanco. Those inserted for 3 months or less, raurt be accompanied with the money. Yearly adverti sers are permitted to rer.e w quarterly free of charge; farther renewals charged one dollar per square. Advertisements from a distance mutt be accom panied with the cash in every instance. The advertising of a house or firm will be strictly limited to its own immediate business Calls oa persona to become candidates, and poiit- ical circulars charged as advertisements, end wil not be inserted without...

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 June 1866

V, uladu ffiittecu f,. W. McCORI), Editor and laMiher. Firm in the riht the Printing Press fliould be, The tyrant' foe, Uio cliampion of the free; Faithful and constaut to its sacred treat Calm in ita utterance, in its judgments just; "Wise in its teaching; incorrupt and (strong To speed tho right and to denounce the wrong. VRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1GC6. Brevities and News Items. 1 .be man who could'nt stand it any long1. Las taken a seat, and feela better. So me author tells us that much is said 'out the tongue. True, the thing is in erybody's mouth. The inventor of the popular street toy, ';vn as the "relurn ball," has realized ),000 from sales during the past year. either false curia, false teeth, false eyes V even false calves, aro as bad as false jA. wag wrote on the back of our fat re order: "Widened at the expense of the prporation. Keep your dog away from me! said a dc- dy to a butcher-boy. Durn the dog, he's always after puppies. A cow died in Maine and a piece of hoop skir...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
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