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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 1 July 1870

- ) !5f " I or. lieiater . 7o are author izad to anjufluiofl GEO.JT. WOODEING, a candidate lor KagUier of ttiWCouatx.-Bt the August election- are authorized to announce JOHN TV. bYEliacridid.ite for Uogister cf Giie coun ty, at tha ensuing August election. We are authorized to announca BOLIVER V. KNIGHT, acuudidato lor Register of Tjile County, at the A ugnst election. W announce by authority RICH A ED PEPPER, as u candidate for Register of Giles county. Election in August. Wo announce by authority Capt. J. CAL. r.ILBEKT as a candidate fsr Register at the Section in August. For fcoyntVjCourt Clerk. Wo are authorized to announce JOHN. F. fcOSk, a canJicrutefor Clerk of ths County Cvurtof Giles County, e'ection iirfet Thurs day in August. To tte VKr"tf Giles Covnii'1 I am a candidate for Ccunty Court Clerk. Election first Thursday in August nxt. AMOS It. RICHARDSON- We fcrc authorized to annonnce II. H. AV ilETTa vundidte for Clerk- of tho County "Court ol Giles, t tho ensuing August ...

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 July 1870

Poultry Breeding. I Brccilinr to a special end hac V v 1' " w X ----- . Av' nuch a9 it has for neat came? iief marks of excellence in chic licti c three to bo a good layer at ain seasons ; vo yiem iuiiuci uuu -u-flavorcd flesh : and to fatten rapidly. There is no breed that excels all oth ers in each of these points. Such a combination of merits is not to bo ex pected. In chosing among the vari ous breeds of fowls, one can get at least two of these qualities combined. In the White Leghorn he will find a regalar aud constant egg-producer, and ilesh quite good ; but a bad moth er. They will not sit. In the Dorking he will get a fine, delicate flesh, a full development of breast, hardihood and self-help, and the ability to pick up a living where any hen can live; but they arc not great layers, especially in cold weath er. In Chinese fowls, especially the Brahmas, light and dark, he finds a big-boned chicken, a rapid grower, a large and indifferent feeder, that bears confinement well, 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. — 8 July 1870

UNESS CARDS, A )WN. Jas. McCallusi. Wm. II.McCallcm. r 1 WH&irCALLUH ttorneys at Law PULASKI, TENN. ILL practice iu Giles and adjoining (innntifis. nlsoin tho courts of Bank- ncY and in the Sui rcmo and Foderul frts nt Nashville 1'roiupt attoitum will be given to all on .inessentrustod to thorn. Ollice old Bland ofHrown JHcLallum. Octl-tf. STJMPTER & PEARCY Have Ilcmovcd to their New ZOnru-S Store, East mdc Square, Fulaski, Term. HA VI". just received a fresh stock of pure and relial'lo Drujrs, Medicines, und Fancy Articles, etc., t-which they invito tho attention of their friend and tho pub lic generally. The Drue business will bo under tho di rection of Mr. 1 earev, while Dr. Surnptcr will continue tho practice ol Physic. Offi--e, buck room of drug etore. Jjnrjfest Ij I of Frfsh Garden Seds liver brought .to Pulaski. "Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours by a oinpetcnt nnd experienced druggist, jand- " 1 O. LESTER Attorne and Councellor at Law, PULASKI, TUNN. Wi...

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 July 1870

Three Jollar per A. PULASKI; TH, FRIDAY MORNING. J l For Governor GEN. JNO. C.BKOWN, GILES. Klaclion in Norember. Gen. Brown for Goyeraor. At the Led of this column, we pac tie Dim of Gskeral J oils C. HitowN, as oar choice fur the next itovernor of Tennessee. We do so helie vjdjj that La ii th choice of the people of the State in every section. Vha Exet and West Tennessee organs l.are locg since announced that Gen. )3,own is their favorite. Miudle Tennessee ia almost universally in fa J ivor of electing Lira to this position. We are not in favor of conventions much, but we are perfect! willing"; if h convention, iibaial, not packed, bA called, to abide its decision, feeling perfectly confident that the people are 13 v ' decidedly io faror of Gan. Brown. We are not authorized to say that thu General is or will be a candidate, but we do feel wananted in saying that with the universal clamor for his elec'iou he will not be able to refuse li a position. An Act to vsnge the county line ...

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 July 1870

1- or Register. . We are authorized to announce GCO. "W. WOUDlNG, a candidate for Iicyster of Giles County J'at tho Angust election. We ar authorized to announce JOI1N W. DYER acandidatc for Iiegi.-ter of Gi!es coun ty, at tho ensuing August election. We are authorized to announce EOL.IVTT.Ii W. KNIGHT, a candidate tor Register of j Giles County, at the August election. W announce by authority RICH A ED TEPPER, as & candidate for Register of Giles county. Election in Angust. We announce by authority Capt. J. CAL. GILBERT as a candidate for Register at tho election in August. For fcoanty;Conrt fclerWv We are authorized to announce JOHN. F. KOSE, a candidate for Clerk of tha Connty Vourtof Giles County, e'ection first Thurs day in August. To ti rA r'jf Giica Co I ra a candidate for County Court Clerk. Election, first Thursday in August next. ' 'AMUS R. RICHARDSON. Weiare authorised to announce II. FL AY MfeTTa candidate for Serk of the County Court 01 Giles, at the enauing August ...

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 July 1870

r J r a price that should secure-.? . man is capablo of accomplishingr propose to so over the whole groin; and indicate xiat a good man can cl. industrionsly working ten hours. Although, where men are hired by the month, they arc expected to make in- pleasant weather, about eleven hours in the summer, as there are numberless days during tho season when, in consequence of rain or some other cause, they work less, if they work at all. Begin with WINTER WOKK. In the matter of cutting wood in the woods an employment which a vast number of men follow one cord and a half of hard wood, cut four feet long and split, and two cords of soft, cut the same length, is all that an av erage man can do. If the trees are short and scraggy, he will do less, and, under the most favorablo circumstan ces, could not be expected to do any more. At the wood-pile, ten hours should suffice to saw a cord of four-foot wood into sixtcen-inch sticks, and split it in readiness for the stove. In the matter of thres...

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 July 1870

r ..js-- - Jab, MoCAttuM . J. II.McCalx.cx. Forneys "a,t"Xja."vv PULASKI, TENN. flLb rractico in Giles nr.d adjoining Fhh'V it Til 1 in tho Sui rcino and Federal .urU nt Nashville. t - .. . 111 1 ..kaii rrompt aucmon win i I all nu .incsscniruBMJu o uti. . '(Mice old stand of Jrown & MvCullum. tl-tf. -' . c . , C- SUMPTER & PEABCY Have Kcmovcd totlicirisew Zrixs Store, Enfl ilo Square, Pulaski, Tcnn. i t AVI just revived a fresh stock of rmr 11 and' roliaMe Drugs, Medicines, and FaiK-y Artk-l.s, etc., t- which tl.cy inv ito tho attention of their Incndsand tho pub lic fyrnerall y. The Dnv'hiinesrtwill lo under the di-n-.-ti..n of Mr. 1 curcy, while Dr. Punirtcr will ciitinu.! ll.o j.raelico 01 Thyeie. . CMi ee,laek room of drugstore ; I.n''t IV t of Irsh C.ardcn Srcds l.vor !ioht;to Pirtaski. Ir'roscriptions- ;: .:n. lully eompotinde.1 at all hour - ly a ..mpeteiit and cxi erienecd drnggt. Jun4- j C. LESTER Attorne and Councellor at Law, PULASKI, TKNN. Will g-.TC prompt atte...

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 July 1870

J Fj O. JlcCOftti 1 Three Dollar per! FRIDAY JJORNINM - ' ' . s Tor GoyL GEN. J NO. C. BRO v , OP GILES. EVction ia November. General John C. Brown. W art pleased to announct lb at tb diating&ishtd gentleman whose ntroa bead tb is article has consent ed to become a candidate fur Gorer or of Tennessee at be election to be hald ic November next. .We bare already expressed oar preference for him, sod can only now reiterate tbat be ia our first oboica of all tbe gen tlemen whose t.ames bare been men tioned id connect! o with tbie bigh vffice. Geo. Brown high cbsracter and abilities lire too widely sod fa vorablj known to require of us snj extended notice of them. In politics be is ccneerrat'iTe jet progressive opposed to radicalism ia every shape and form, and in full sytspalby with the great Conservalire and Demo cratic party of tbe country. He if, in our opinion, emphatically the man for the crisis. He has do past polit ical record to clear up. Tha entire Conservative and Democrat...

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 July 1870

r w-iT.-jwtii announce GEO. W. wt, ft. eanaidate lor . Register or 17, at the Aaguat election. are authorized to announce' JOIUTT. .C L u - - J: rf 1 - . , at the enacting August election. We are authorised to annonnca BOLIVER V7. KNIGHT, acandidate lor Register of j titles County, at tho August election. We announce by authority EICIIABD PEPPER, as a candidate for Register of (iiles county. Election in August. We announce by authority Cnpt. J. CAL. GILBERT aa a candidate for Register at the e.ection in August. For CoantTCoart Clerk. We arc authorized to announce JOHN. F. liOSE, a candidate for Clerk of tha County Court of Gilea County, e'ection first Thurs day in August.' . To ike Votert of Giles Covntyf . I am a candidate for Ccunty Court Clerk. Election first Thursday !n August next. AMOS R. RICHARDSON. We are authorized to announce II. II. AY METTa candidate for Clerk of the County Court ot Giles, at the ensuing August elec tion. We announce by authority, G. W. Mo LAURINE a cand...

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 July 1870

IANSFIELD & HXGBEE' msb x I.:ili1v mnv' 7 ) 4 A. s J ? 1 N J N V This is an object,, t f.irmcr desires to acc period, and almost own lueas as to tnc n? it can best be done, f Gazette reasons in thic The cheapest nxgtVC mcr can obtain. iZ? often the case o poor and tMiW ducc clover rfWI' i J is short and ol a mr?e Ilarn yard manure, of course, i ways a valuable fertilizer, and nevtf comes amiss. IJut the great troul with many' fanners is. that thev haW"01 not got enough of it. In the 2ew England States muck for many years past, has played m important p:irt in restoring fertility to won: out soils. This is dug out from old pond holes in a dry time. It is sometimes applied just as it is dug up. and sometimes it is mixed and composted with barn-yard man ure, salt, ashes, etc. It is also largely used strewed on stable floors, to be. mingled with the softer excrements, and to absorb thu urine of animals, and by uing it in this manner it Can nes an immense increase to the pile of barn-...

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 July 1870

BUSINESS ' CARDS, Jno. C.Buows, Jas.McCali.cm. : Wm. ILMcCalllk. BB OWN & M'C ALLTJLJ . Ytt-oriieys a,t Law PULASKI, TENN. practice in Giles ar.d adjoining V i-ipili nlso in the courts of Iiank ruitc the tnq rcme and Federal emir Vjllc. . m. ttention will be given t. all V.ii .inessto - istcd to tlicrn. Oilioe old Btnnd of Brown & MeCullnm. Ottl-tf. STJMPTER :& PEARCY llnvc Kemovcd to their New IDir-ms Store, East fide Square, l'ulaki, Tcnn. H V 1 pift received a fresh ptoek of pure 'and ' reliuMe Drugs, Medicines, and Fftn.-y Articles, etc., t" which they invito the attention of their Iricnds and the pub lic tfelierally. . " Tho Drug business will he under the di rection of Mr. 1 crcy, while Dr. Sumpter will continuotho practice oi rhysic. Uin- e, hack room of drug store. I.ni .test L.;t of Ffsh Garden Seeds i:cr bi ought ;to Pulaski. T?resci'iptioiis ..iniiv i-oriiooundcd at all hours hy a l',i,ii.. lent smd experienced drupgibt. juii4- 1 A J G.LESTER Attorne and Couns...

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 July 1870

1 I i i s . o. k coiB. . n. fcrtcK. i b. it'iioRD. - t O. MvCOKI), fc CO.. Pubti.h-iK. erne. .urtb-kat ton. aucAxe-rr staiiis. TKk.VJOF SCBSCKIPTION. Three Dollar.; per Annum, in Advance. PULASKI, TENN, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY x9. '70 For Governor GEN. JNO. C. BROWN, OF GILES. Election in November. The Foarteenth Ameiscment. W publish below Ibis act of Con preae for the benefit of those not fa miiiiAr with it. . Bj iis terms all can didatea can determine their chances or being commissioned, if eleoted to the office to which they aspire: Sec. 1. No persrm shall be a Sena tor or Representative io Congress, or elector of President or Vice-Preai-dent, or bold any office, civil or roil itary, uoder the United Statue, or un der any State, who. having previ ously taken an oath as a member of Congreee, or aa an officer of the Uni ted States, or as a member of Any Stats Legislature, or aa q. executive or judicial officer of any State, to support the ConatitutioJJhe Uni ted States, aha!! have en...

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 July 1870

ma lor K gister. Wo ar authorized to announce GEO. W. XTOOURINQ a candidate- for Resistor of Giles Coua.y ,at tho August election. ' Wc ar authorize J to announco JOTIN W. DYER a candidate for Register of Giles coun ty, at tha enduing August election. We arc authorized to announce BO I.I VKK W. KNIO LIT, a candidate- tor Register of Uilea County, at the August election. V announce by authority RICHARD PEPPER, as a candidate for Register of Giles county. Election in August. We announce by authority Capt. J. CAL. GILBERT a. a candidate for Register at tho e.ection in August. For County Court Clerk. We are authorized to announce JOHN. P. ROSE, a candidate forClerk of the County Cuurt of Giles County, o'ection fit Thurs day in Augutt. Tu 17 Yttrt if Glltt CvunU-t ,1 am a candidate for Ctunty Court Cleric. Flection firat Thursday in August next. AllOSR. RICHARDSON. We are authorized to announce II. II. AY fclETT a candidate for Clerk of tho County Court ot Giles, at the ensuing August el...

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 July 1870

-r- i Y j 9 H i K J 8' ' ' ' ...... gmn ami gmtftftoUl Pickling Cucumbers. Time of (i atmerikg. Late grown cucumbers arc the best for g.athciing, inasmuch as it requires much more salt to preserve them during the hot summer raontns than is needed to keep them through the other portions of the year; for, give them whatever care we will, hcy arc likely to spoil during the sweltering days of July and August. The late grown cucum ber, too, has a degree of hardness not found in those which appear in the early part of the season. The differ ence in this respect is almost as great ns in summer or fall ripened apples. Again, late cucumbers are a drug in the market, while early ones arc sought for at good prices. Size t on Picki-ino. Small cucum bers arc preferable for pickling, as their flavor is much better than those of larger size. Again, they arc much more .nle:iblc to dealers, as there is more prorit in selling them by the do zen. . Much care should be taken in gath ering them, not to ...

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. — 5 August 1870

r -BUSINESS CARDS, Jno. C. Brown. Jas. McCALttM. Wk. II.McCAi.LrK. BBOWIT &nmLLUH . Ittornevs at Law PULASKI, TEUIT. TX7 ILL practice in Giles and adjoining NY counties, also in the courts of Bank ruptcy and in the Snj rorae and Federal courts at Nashville. lrompt attention will be given to nil ou .ineas entrusted to thorn. Office old atand of Brown & McCallum. Octl-tf. STJ BITTER & PEAUCY Have Removed to their New IDruG Store, East side Square, Pulaski, Tenn. HAVKjuBt received a fresh stock of pure and reliaUo Drugs, Medicines, and Fancy Articles, etc., to which they umto tho attention of their friends anl the pub lic generally. ' ' .- The Drue business will be nnder the di-n-ction of Mr. 1 earcy, whilo Dr. Suraptcr will continue the practice ot rhy sic. Ofli co, back room of drug store. Largest Lot of Fffc Cardea Seeds Ever broojM?o Pulaski. "Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours by a Competent and experienced druggist. jan- J C. LESTEE Attorn and Councellor ...

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. — 5 August 1870

t f 7 , o. ii conn, j. ii. K.IKK. . CO.. L. i. si coio. litldi-hiMs. O. Ht t lI, i Url 1 K NORTI1-K ST CO. 84t TI !' M'l.sc; Three Tirllars per An ','".- PULASKJ? -A 1FR1DAV MOKNI- A in: otiuc t-iiwnf-, A l.nonnc.ng cmi-lidutcs for State orDis- ti i t '.il c p. ten dollars; county do live; al- w v in ad alin', 'i tiMi-i.'- nnd tribiit-os of respect over t?n line, in lengl Ii charged for at t lie rcg.ilar a 1-verili-lng rates. JH arrii'gcs, deaths and re ligious notice gratis. Term of Advertising. A,lv( -rtisemeiits inserted nt f2.00 per sqn-iro. f l'i lines oi less, in this tpc.'t for the T: i si, iii; J J-iJ ecu'. lor each sub-icqm nt inser tion. Ail vertiscmentsnotmarked with thenum bor ! insertions dwircd will be inserted mid '-.barged lor ut tho regular rules until ot dcrcd out. List of l'ricos lor Atlvcrti'n: 1 m j 2 m. j Sin. j 6 m. j lyr ( C50 I 5 3 U' ) 1 6 S 11 I 15 I 20 8 11 15 20 I 2.1 V) 13 IS '5 I SO 12 15 20 '25 I 4n 15 18 25 .10 I 45 20 23 30 40 I 5.5 ... , -Si) j 33 ...

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. — 5 August 1870

J .; ,. i 4' yij-C 'Vf!f -'ftirhf f f (J J ;.".T '' r-:ULASKIt ;TENN- ,. FJliD AY MORNING, JULY 29; '70 ;. . ..- ! ? , . NuUvitie hu J Decatar Railroad Wc- , . j . . - partiires. :l;fsc-ngtrTruii-jolng Koriii, 10..",0 a. m '. - c . 12. 45, A. m. Tro'lL'llt- " -r - S -i , A. M. Pasengcr-Train goin Sontli, 1:2.1 as m. " - - ss.S') r, m. Frcisr'jt " - - - 12.50 p. m. r"Tickcts to nil point North ami South T. S. WESTMORELAND, Aj-ent. W ANTED 0,CC0 Eusbels of Wh:at. , For whioh tlie highest Ciah price r ., A ul be paid. ,, '- -July 1-2 m ' McGiftKR fe Hill. l"tl v ...School Notics. ' L The next session of my 6c"ioo will open on the 21 Monday. A ri u s t Ci.li. . . 2t. - R? CALD WELL. The War. The war between" the French and Piuas'nr.a still raires on account of .Ee-viTMrTo'ing &'Co. heir! uua.hU lo supply tlieir numerous" cus"iir6 with the best Tiu and Gl.isa FRUIT CANS. L-l li-r ra-'d ! 2t Gen. J. D. C. Atkios has disposed ! of bis interest in the" Paris Iutelli yencer to Mr. V. R. ...

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. — 5 August 1870

S. V' s. aim r flic Con s for Fanners. "What aru the dualities ncccssarv to f-onstitutc arool cow ? A jooil inilk- m alone does not, in oui; institute a gooO cow ;. 1 1 i . .i'ultriiscnt, loos a XTt ,0011 urccucr, nor a i" s these three qualitX fiake the cow. (Ji( uou ior iiiiiKrquaih. red to good biin.vi noducc good calves, anclS vvnen dried oi ncr iihik, wan proper sJ carc aiu attention, takes cjfi llcsh rap- idlv and cvcnlv and for onfc we rest, for a while at least, satisfied. And till vc can raise up an entire breed of cowp, each one of which shall possess these excellencies, our aim shall be to advance in improvement till we can x accomplish our object. To possess the lirst of these quali ties, a cow should have a line head, a little wide above t'.ie eyes, but quite small below, and appear somewhat long. Her nose should be of a rich yellow color, at all events, not black. (We do not know of any full-blooded stock of any breed with black noses, but they frequently appear on sto...

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. — 12 August 1870

SOUTH ECN NEWS a: Jar. McOallcm. H.McCAttfM. 3B 0T7II &ITCilLLTJIJ attorneys at Law PULASKI, TNU. in. Trrwiioo in tolcn ar.u n.i.initt counties, lo in Iho courts of Dunk- . i : thA Mil rcmu X'.l.. iltn. cour-nj. J Vrt miction will I given to ull ouonocntrnsicaio v. .... Ollioo old stand of llroTvn & McCallnm. Ootl-tf. SUMPTER & PEARCY Have Removed to their New X2nx?s Store, Vast xlo Square, Pulaski, Term. I I AV K jut received a frcMi stock of pure II mil reViuMo Dru'K, Medicines, and, ... .a t. tr which they limto .VnStenl io, if thJir iricnd.nnd the pub- It.. trc n r rvl 1 V . tI... Ttr.i.rliiiincMtwill lj under the dl- Jr w , i .r,.v. whilo Dr. SuniT'tcr Will COIlLllluu ni " .... u .!.- rrxviu of druir store. . ' . . nc i-rpsh (inrden 8ced i:vrr brought? Pulaski. "Proscriptions cur-fully conivonndod at ull hour, hy V.'l'eUi.t d cxpericmeddgt. jnni- j C. LESTER Attorne and Councellor at Law, rin.AKKi ti:nn. Will pc promt attention to ull bwl tu-ss ontrusted.to Vim. a 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. — 12 August 1870

i K I 1 A wM Wxtincn. t: KD. J. a. KIRK. L. D. k'cOKD. lutlihois. McCOIlD, t CO. i"V NOTa-EJ!T lUl. VQUAEE-l'r 6TAIB. V TFRM: OF SUUSCRIPTION. fhreo Dollars per Annnm'in V,ijjice. PULASKI,-f IDA V MORNING For Govt EN. JNO. cL- OF GILES. El' Cti'-in in Notember. A Gubernatorial Convention. jV publish eleevrhere a call for a Gubernatorial Convention to be held iit Na-Ltille on Toesdaj the 13ih dy of next month, and signed by Geo. J. Siubblefield, chairmaa of the 6 tale Ex. Committee. This call of li e coajmiUee is eminently wise and I ropvr and i well calculated to in ture lLat concert of action so essen tial to the success of the Democratic and Conservative parly in the com. T nK election. The Committee sug-Ngt-sts (hat County Conventions be J )M on or be. ore the first Monday in i September, to appoint delegates, and Vwe would suggest to the people of G.le tle propriety of ho'ding dis- trict meetings, eay on Saturday, V Rptembr 3 J, and the appointment of delegatus to rreet in conve...

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