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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 12 August 1870

i i. J VR1PAY.M0RNING.aUQ. 12. '70 g Nashville and Ipcatur Kailroad ie- , : s . v ,.rliue. . , , lH.cigtTfnm going North, 10.8 . (.;" '.!' " m .,- 12.15, A.M. Freight - - - 6 46, a. It. Passenger Train going South, 12.15 a. m. " 2.30 r. m. Freight " 12.50 p. v. J3fTiekcts to all points North and South T.S. WESTMORELAND, pent' "WANTED 0,GC0 Bushels of Wheat. For whioh the Ligheet cash price Vrill, be paid. t . . juljr'r-2.n "' " ' McGciRE t Hill. Skiff d: Gajlord's Minstrels played to a good louse at Antoinette kail laatMacday uiijht. The vocal "and instrumental music was splendid, Vvliile tbe dancing and negro delinea tions ke,t the audience in a roar. Uusic Department. A German of first class ab lity, as. announced by circular, (very likdly Ptof. Sleiehaen) will take charge ol the above department in Pulafcki Col lege, during the ensueing Scholastic Ytar. The Art Department will be undei .lie sola and exclusive control of Mrs. Wallace, Vice Principal, as heretofore. Rev. A. D. Wall...

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. — 12 August 1870

afm and ofousdtelil yJams and Marmalades. Aticfi Marmalade. Tlic fruit for 'reserve, which is a very tlclici rvne, should be finely flavored, d quite ripe, though -tly sound. Ai, slonc, wcigiiy sj' ".ckly ythrcc-quarlers o "slo tail to ttir ltoftei1 ,j .V it from the lir' mucus 01 wcii-rt beaten to !)owcJ (lie peaches ; clc: scum, una uou li uc i r live tfhulcs : throw in tlic str )t one or two good lemons Tcontinuc live boiling for three minutes only, and pour out the marmalade. Two minutes alter the sugar is stirred to the fruit, add the blanched kernels of part of the peaches, 'reaches, stoned and pared, four pounds ; three-quarters of an hour. Sugar, two and a half pounds ; two minutes. Blanched peacli-kcrncls ; thrccx minutes. Juice of two small lemons ; three minutes. Grccinjaijc Manaaldc. "When the plums are thoroughly ripe, take oil' the fckins, weigh and boil them quickly without hugar for,"0 minutes, keeping them well stirred ; then to every four pounds add three of good s...

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. — 19 August 1870

JSS CAltDS, Jar. McCallvm. Wl. ILMcCALLtM. BBOWlT&H'CACLLUn . ttoriieys at .Law PULASKI, TENN. "iT7ILL practice, in Giles nr.d adjoining V ..mintina nl-irvin tho COUrtS Ot JiinK- riirvir nn.l in thn Sill rCinO Slid Federal 1 U WI.J . . - - - - i courts at Nashville. :3f Prompt attention will be given to nil on ,incf.8 entrusted to thorn. Orticc old stand of Brown fc McCullnm Octl-lf. STJMPTER .& PEARCY Have Removed to their Sew Drug Store, pt side Square, Tuluski, Tenn. HAVKjnst received a fresh stock of pure and relioUo Drngs, Medicines, and V.nnv Articles, etc.. to which tliey jnito the uttcntion of their friends and tho pub lie generally. Tiw Tnithusiness will he under the di- rrvtion of Mr. I carcy, while Dr. Sumptcr :n .nninc the nrnci'tce ol Physic. Offi ce, back room of drug store. f.rkt Lot of Frrsh fiurden Seeds Ever broocht;to Talnski. "Prescriptioiis carefully compounded at nil hours by a Conipctint and experienced druggibt.jan4- J C. LESTEK Attorne and Cduncellor...

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. — 19 August 1870

r ) I y -Z. "-Ji''J'J,l11' ima j?i?l?-nL . : v. :U COIM). . II. K1KK. J.. l.5 COl;l. jji.'.UtCOKO, &i CO-. I'nMi-b. is Mct noRt;i-h st .oa. 8k;i:k-i f ha:i:s ."!,rcc Dollar i"--r .V " v' Advance. D A Y M 0 ifVr ; For g XfrN. JNUi of arm,, y -Election in NoveniberX 'Cjte Shelbyvilie Rescue ard Oar Record. Who authorized the R'7cue to an nounce Gen. Brown as an "indepeud- :,.' oandidate for Governs? We ftel confident the General didn't do it. Citizen, The Citizlx replies the Itercue. ie marvelou ely innocent and ignorant about how he got on ihe track. Jt Laa forgotten who first run his name V Up aa a candidate for Governor, and vho it was that seconded the action of N hiriold political friend iu West Ten o , tssee. We can tell the Citizen who iauthor'zed ue to nate llut he was an independent " candidate, and not . ouly an independent candid tie, butt he CailUluaie OI lilt) III1IU paiuj -nwu J of the Kdicl wing. a The West Tennessee Whig was first papep in the S ate to hoist t the ...

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. — 19 August 1870

A i " . FRIDAY MORNING AUG, 9, ,'70 Nashville uad llecatur Itailrtmd Oe- lYssenger Train going North, 10.3') a. m " ", : . - - - - ' J 2.15, A.M. Freight " - - 8 48, a. si. Passenger Truin going South., 12.15 a. it. " - - - 2.3 ) p. M. Freight "... - 12.50 p. . CiTickets to all points North arid South T. S. WESTMORELAND, .pout. WANTED 50.0C0 Bushels of Wh:at. For which the highest caau piice v ill bti-fiaj J.--o 5- . . - -. , juhl'-2ni '5 ' 1 McGcire it Kill: Kiiuinc Remedies never fait. Fine Sheep. The fineet specimen cf a Miiino buck we ever saw passed through town this week for the farm ofourolJ friend Wra. Mixwell. It took tli9 premium at Nashville Ia6t vri.g. ' The heaviest rain we ever saw, last ing about an hour, fell at this place Monday evening- Pleasant Run was booming in a few miuutea and com-- letelj surrounded one or two houses near its banks, causing the occu pants to change base. "What means E. F. 13? Preserve Your Fruit. Boyd M. Young & Co. offer 530 "dozen Tin a...

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. — 19 August 1870

y - y -. '' 7 3 7 v w- Xr 1 i i I 4 anncr J what ! keep hoc 7r. good t clear eHy tid. if .Kow all thvoi, your foJ'ivL- J it more or J land lias sucj riot icu, anu ii win eirrrfr , "1 t . a ' . "row jinost luxuriantly after tli vVl)S arc Jam by lor Jiayin. Have your eyes wide open to them, and keep down lir. Tt-nnila fi f oil nrnnfa ' V , till II l.VVl'3 Ui C 1 N. A writer in the same journal thus tells of his achievements in a line that itinint not uc unwise lor others to imitate : "I make and mend all my harness with copper-belt rivets. The process is so simple, the work so secure, the time it takes to do it so trifling, and the cost so small, that every farmer ought to provide himself with the necessary tools, and quit the harness- i makers lorevcr. .No special training is necessary. Any body who can make a partridgc-tiap or pare his own finger-nails can make his plough- gear with rivets l have made a good farm-bridle in thirty minutes,! at a ''st of fifty cents all t f Sct.of bug...

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. — 26 August 1870

SINESS CARDS, I ( .- Bbowv. Jas.McCai.lcm I Wk. lI.McCAH.tM. iBOWII&H'CALLTJIJ ..ttornoys atCLaw PULASKI, TENH. "T7 ILL rractico in Giles and adjoining ff counties, also in tho courts ot Hank ruptcy and in tho Suj remo courtH at Nashville Federal iT Prompt attrition will bo given to all ou .lnessciitrustca to went. Office old stand of Brown fc MeCallom Octl-tf. SUMPTER .& PEARCY Have Removed to Iheir New DDaruLG Store, Eaet Bide Square, Tuluski, Tenn. rjAVK just received a fresh stock of pure 11 and relialilo irugs, jueaicines, ana Fancy Articles, etc., to which tbey inite the attention of their friend and the pub lic generally. Thn Drug business will be under tho di rection of Mr. J earcy, while Dr. Snmpter will continue the practice ol Physic. Offi ce, back room of drug store. Largest I.ct of Fresh Garden Seeds Ever brought ;to Pulaski. Prescriptions tarol'ully compounded at all hours by a iompetcnt and experienced druggist. jun4- J O. 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. — 26 August 1870

w t 1 N "V- I I y X i 1 '.'MWIIIIi v Vkiii-L'S': dollars per For Govcmc NT. JVC), (muiown: J . Ji. Kit. 3 f W I. I . i- A J I r ' " w 0? GILES. El ction m November. Tlie Demecratic C:nse:vati7e Party. Mhdj of our cotemporaries are still v rankling about the Dame by wbicb we our hi to designate that yreat pir tv in Tennessee and in the Suutb whuh eppoetfs llidicaliom. Sorve j iiirirt lliat it should I; callu-d the D-'txincralio jnrty, becau-'e that i the ua:ue of th pHi tj, ar.d the only party ia the Konh opposeJ to llaJi- .. i;n . and that, as thev havt a oer- , , r l-ict or0'aL:zitioa ther j and are lit V ing our coutinon enemy, vtn hhuuhl f raoge ourselves und-r their banner wand aJoot their nartv came. Ucon the oibei hand there are those who assert that the D-mociat-y of the Js'orth and ihe opponeote of R-idical-i-.a io'tbe Sov.tli hold few or uo prin ciples ia common, and are actuated ia their cont-ets against that party by totally diGieit feelings. Now, without expressing an op...

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. — 26 August 1870

:y ; v- VJ !.,, . f , N j - t : J. FRlDAY.ORNINGfUUG. G, '.70 t ' '-t:. 'yl-x? .V-!-Ar -' '' Na-hi ilie and Dot nt::r IJailronJ Hc k ,H'l.r.t',-rX" t . . ... - . . -i"l.-. m i-'litfllfc - r -7 ' : - f "W, A. M. Fa-iKugi r Train p-oiny South', 'l a. if. - - - - 2.:.' r. u. FiUifht " . - - - r. x. r Ticket to r:j ,.,;tH North and South T. tf. Vr.TMOl;ELANI. 'Lvnt. : WANTED ' ' 50.CC0 Bushels of Whrat. : Tor which t!u hi -.hotd Cish piic w ill he piid. -iFisn: A pplks.'-O u r eld friend Mr. YVin..2Jfi; vrel! h9 our thaiijfs or a blst y( splfcriiiiJ apples. The Cit izen c rp? feRlf-il ibfm to 'the core t;J .fiy.tly r.ro r.M k-- revt..-: Irlrs. PLudcl : I-now in rrc-rpt of elfirar.t PiH:,i,J "h.'ni," 'and ''li:oc-J" ' Sis! Kibtons." McKcin Sz Co., CO ci-!t-ge bi., have rpj'!uiah-el their lock of elegant and common furniture and crpting, to which they invite the altetitiou of Is';lrh i!!; V ioiturS. iTSLouiaisiia Ciei'Ie Hair It-s'ort-r is preftiifcd by all Lecauso every body warta the be...

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. — 26 August 1870

y 7 7 (j S i r r 0 C7 t V V .2 MtXYf. I f 1 rcnt of "Al- Mn,. :.. 1 1 i-nri rrrt.. .3 been r y Em 5 on crrawtlV rc or hcitc )b, is forev; Aipure or Y that no offspriilv, pure the subscqifafHTsire, is clied on as pure. Aii America we nave an unanswer A . able demonstration of the utter falla cy and falsehood of any such theory, in the fact that the mule breeders of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Ken tucky and Tennessee, where the great bulk of the supply is bred, breed their marcs indiscriminately to Jacks and Horses, changing them first to one and then the other, as the market demand for either horses or mules may dictate ; in thousands of instances taking the first foal from a jack, and following immediately by a horse. This system is annually practiced in the regions I have named, is there carried out this very year, and has been in full prac tice for the last fifty jears In nearly every township in all those States : yct wc have the very first practical brcedcr to report to t...

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. — 2 September 1870

J BUSINESS CARDS, DB0T7IIC:irCilILIIII attorneys at Law PTTULSSI, TCHi. WILL practice in Giles cd adjoining counties, also in the court of Bank ruptcy and in the 8uj reme and Federal court at Nashville. gy- Prompt attention will be given to all on 4ne entrusted to them. Office old stand or lirown re aieauaiu Octl-tf. . STJtXPTEB. & PEASCY Hare Removed to their New Sruc store, ai.iA Knntrfl. PnUhVi. Tonn. 'iM avv pw- - HAVKjuat received a fresh stock of pure mnd reliaUe Drugs, Medicines, and Fancy Articles, etc., to which tbey invite v. f thplr friend anl tho puo- bUQ - lie generally. Tho Irwg busi nesa win d uI'"c' di- raction of Air. i earcy, ""iivitv. . , npte: 6ffi iter Will CUUUUUU f . - i v. nt A m it ktnre. Largest Lot f Frah Gardea Seeds Erer oroasnto miasm. "Prescriptions .mrnnrlfvl at all hours by a Competent aad experienced druggiet.jap- 3 C. LESTKR Attorn and Councellor at Law, PULASKI, TEIfN. Will gir prompt attention to all busi- eaa eatrusiou 10 mm. A1I03 E. EICHAR...

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. — 2 September 1870

1 ""-v k.7 4. tj I r rf"" i ic.r.K-ti' t ii "41.. eA-vSSi! " ' Threo' Hollar. Kf'AnnBr.v, in 'Advance. J---For Governor' - I.GEN.v.IN0.C.BK0WNr ; ; ; OF GILES. . cila .Va "Noyetuber. , ... '. . . . - - r ; . Annoincemcnt t At'i'-'tincnii? 'ar'h.Ju'es for Prnte orPIv tr!.-t o-':cr! tf n Oollr: eonnty '! five; f.l avu ::.Hiin. . '' T- thi'.i:ii-ifl.-aivit tribnto ol" re-jvet over trn Jifa in length vfcjircd tbr at tlu-rpjr Jlar a-t- trtiniin; rates. ,Marri;;ge. doLlia uud re- . i'jrr&ub iioticei frratisi - , Terms of Advertising. . , "Advertu-tnitiits ' iinertc.l at 2,00 por quure. (10 linci ol Ic.s. in tMtpfor tlie frstjatid 00 cents tor each subsequent inser tion. " ' ' -' " " ' AJvertiseincntsnotmarted witli tlicnuin ber nt innortjons dcMrwl vill be inserted and cnaTped lor i tho ret'ulur rate until t.rd'-red out. . - . ; . Lit of Prices for Ad vcrti'mj: .. . , 1 m J 2 m. j 3 in. j Gm. J Ivr 1 eoaarc, 1 3.50 ill 1'1S ! u 15 20 ii'J I 25 So' I SO n. 1 -io 40 I "56 I 15 13 I"5 . ...

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. — 2 September 1870

y J''"" i .,,1, ii "... . i r i , rr a. rvV ! -w ... t f ) c 'T'f'-. 7' ' ' I f. ? v J?,UXA r iriy-- Nashville ami Iernliir Railroatl li ' T Frct-h U "' ' " -T - ; : S 4 1. a.m. '-l'.isjcr.gfr Train pnirip Sout'i, 13. i- a. m ' " -' - '2 S-J p. ii j . t"rfijrht " - - - 12. -V1 r. m .. "Ticket to points North r.r.d South -- T.S. Vl-:ST.Vi'Ji:F.h.NI, centi ii r. ivueii xj- xvmiis win ,noi hpxt Monday with books open ready to receive tax-s it i i. . . t T" ... :ii i i. Maary- County Fair. i jVe -jtclihowedte the -receipt of p WrompRmeHiary-let' to thi M,'n,V ;t l.nt,mFMr.-rc.m tlie'jMha , i-evr- VHrjr J"ph G: Uil"y Kl--,G;'!fs ; cuuNty t v!! be nuairou'ivpiestn ted tipon-Xhat wrnislon. . -The lion-ton ml wan! h. b. a. Lifs Iruuranca. r lt wHl bp"ct)'LVaVrJln arolVr rolunin. th.al the foiroer projnt-tor f this pHper Ins been app.iintd the A--tjerit of llie Jsashville Lifa Insurance Company for lira disnict. He 1)6 ass-ca.ed .villi J'im Mr. Jno. D. Smith, an txp-nenced Insurance a yent, ...

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. — 2 September 1870

1 r i V illicit uie lorm 01 jvvr of a bt 'that animal by a Philadelphia house, jtho writer says : " Color has much to with the value of a mule. The deepest colored of any color are generally Ihe best The whjte mule is the least hardy, though an iron gray is almost invaiiably a serviceable animal. Cream mules, with hair, mane and tail all of the same color, are frail; but those with black mane and tail, striped ltgs, and a black stripe across the shoulders and the back, arc more hardy and more apt to resemble the jack than mare, l'intos, or spotted mules, are the least valuable of their race." With regard to the practice of using almost anything, whether it is easier for the animal or otherwise, to attach it to the load, the same writer gives these sensible directions: " "Work, animals should have every portion of the harness fitting comfort ably. The bridle and throat-latch should neither be too short nor too tight, for one will ruin the mouth and head, and the other the mind. The c...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 9 September 1870

iTX r itrtSS CARDS, 1 Memphv' t J J r ) I J - W. U.McCALi-rx. OWN & H'CALLTJLJ Ittornovs a t Law rULASKI, TEUN. T7 ILL practice in Giles acd adjoining Y counties, also in the courts of Bank ruptcy anl in tho Suj rcmo . and Federal courts nt Nashville. Prompt atteition will be given to all on incp.eiitrntc to them. . Oiiiee old t-tand of Brown fc McCallurn. Octl-tf. SDiMLPTER & PEAUCY Mave Itemovou to their New XZ2"?Js.t5 Store, " Kat nJc Square, Pulus-lii, Tenn. HAV 1 ja.-t received a fioh utoek of pure an 1 " rel'uiMe Drills, Medicines, and Fancy Articles, etc.', tc which .they juMtc. the attention of liteir iricad and tno pub lic generally. Th Dm" lusincs will he r. ruler the di rection of Mr. I eviev, while Dr. .Sumpter will cont'tiii-c the practiced Phytic. Oih ce, back room of drug store. I,a L t of Fr-hli' Ciardcn S cds i:vcr b: ought, to. lu!ak:. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours by a t ompcu-iit uKxi-cihldniggt.jaii- 5 o. i:ESTJi:rt Attorne anil Couacel...

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. — 9 September 1870

) ' "r. J" -r J TERMS W SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollar t-sr Annnru, in Ad. -unco. IHTI. ASK I, TEN N FRIDAY MOKNIXG fcEP. 1), '70 Tor Governor GEN. JN0.C.BK0WN, OF GILES. ',' Election ia November. Annonitrinent'. , A nnoutieing candidates for State orDis trict oiriecs, ten dollars; county da five; td v.av in advance. Obituaries and tribii'esof respect over ten line In length chared for at the regal:. aJ Ti.Ttir.ins rate. Marriages, death ami re ligious notices gratis. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at $2.00 per aquare. (10 linca orlean. in this tpe, for the frt,and 60 cents for each subsequent inser tion. Advertisement not marked with tbe num ber ot insertions desired will ho inserted and charged for at tbe regular rates u.-.til ordered out. JLiet ot" Price for Advertis ngt' 2. 1 ru m. 3 in. 6 m. I 1 yr 1 square, I 8,50 ft? 8 11 IS 15 18 25 80 i n 1 11 I 15 18 20 I 25 ; so J 35 I 1 20 1 25 I M 40 I 45 t 55 scuare I 5 ! is. 8 squares I 8 4 squalen 10 20 25 25 80 40 50 w co...

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. — 9 September 1870

; i-juxJ3xga.-iijSiiw'::iwjjiii r ) y ) r i ) j PULASKI, TENN- FRIDAY MORNING SEP. 9. '70 Nashville and Decatnr Kail road-Oc-mrlure. -Vort1i.10.no. U - ' 12.1', -.... ..-- 43, A. M. A. V. lWngjt Train- oing South, ."u T . li.50 p.m- Tickets to a.l point North and South T.S. YtSTM01-ELAND, i.vr,t. For the Senate. We announce this week Cel. So!on V U .sa a candidate lor me ouw ata irortt this dii'rict Ci'l. Ruse is one of our bt Uwyr. roost elo- .....nt sneaker and able debater, Wfc 4 ul i 'Ot s-r.d a more creditable Sen ator from this district. E. Y. B..the Grei t r.'cm;l Ucni.-dy. County Fairs. We return thanks to the various fcertrif6 cf the Agricultural Socie ties in the fctate for co.. plitrentar) tickets to their respective F-ira this fall. t?n tVo T.crii.lfttnre. The name of Capt Jno. C. Lestei appears in our announcement column this week as a catidiJate to represent this coubiy in the next Legislature. No more honorable, upright and abl" Representative than Capt. Leeter could ...

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. — 9 September 1870

11 ""rwi" i ;5 1 1 i i V""' f the tree the first ,-on after it is tr;ierrcd to the vrdtard. lfenioved' from a sheltered position to one too often exposed on every eidc, talfcn from the rich Foil and hot-house culture of the nursery and placed in the common soil of the orchard, it needs at least comraoncare to aid it in accommodating itself to its changed circumstances. Unless this is given, some will die and others will bo injured in their vitality, and live along a few years and then die. Much of the deformed and imperfect growth of black heart, and diseased wood, undoubtedly has its origin in injury accruing from neglect or mis management in their early growth; but the losses and failures - coming from these are cited as conclusive proof that the soil or climate is not adapted to raising fruit, or that this particular variety is not sufficiently hardy, instead of being attributed to their true cause. The trees should be well mulched, or the soil stirred frequently around the bodv ...

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. — 16 September 1870

SU3DBIES. r X V ? r v.. s Jas. McCallum. H'CALLTJET jys at !Lav , 'cc in Giles ar.d adioininff Iso in tho courts oi iianh. ihc 8?nj rcmo and Federal ,1 H . I. N, mttl-'iu vitt nt Aasnwuc. .,, , jj- .Prompt atte tion will bo given A'Vti.lf'oii in ess en trni ted to them. Oiec old stand of Urovn & McCallum. Vtf. " -. OTTER & PEARCY fa llcmoved to their New !-xrxs Store, liast ide Square, Tnlaski, Tcnn. "J,. just received a frcsdi stock of pure -'nd reliiil-lo Drnrs, Medicines, and . Articles, etc., t which tbey inito tcntion of thuir friends and the pub- verally. )nur business will 1ms under the di of Mr. I carev, while Dr. Sumnter ,1'ntinue the practice ot Physic. Olii Ak room of drug store. e,t Irt of Fr"sh Garden S-eds Kvcr bionght;to Pulaski. frcscripu-jiis ireful ly compounded at all hours ly ompc tint Hexicrionccddrugpist.,iaii4- j C LESTER Attorne and Councellor at Law. PULASKI, TENN. Will (five prompt attention to ull Wi uess cn trusted to him. AMOS E. RICHARDSUa , Att...

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. — 16 September 1870

V J .1 mn sen. , JlCOUl, Jt CO.. Publisher. r L.:i wKM.v UK SUHCKIPT1; Fori riru xr f OF GILES. Election ia November. Annwiiifrmmt'. ArnonnoinT candidate for S"tte orDis t ri-.-t ofliee. ten dollar;' cownty do five; al v in advance. bitiiariv and tributes of rr spevt over lei line in length charged for at the rcg.ilur aJ TrtUrng' rales. Marriages, deaths and re ligious notice grnti. Terms of Advertising. Advertisement inserted at 2.0rt per pquare,(in lines oile, in this tjm,- for the f rut, an d 50 cents lor caeh subsequent inser tion. Advertisement Tf'tTarkMl with thennm hfr fA insertions dewed will Inj inserted nnd ch.Trd for at the regular rate until rdVjrcd otit. LUl of Price for Advertis es: II m I 2 m. 5 m. . m. lyr I I prT-.are, !i a wares ft squares 4 hquaics ?4 column Vt column column 1 column,. N 1 1 8 U I 13 I 20 11 15 I 2 i 25 15 13 I 2-1 I S'l 15 '" 25 . 40 13 -.'5 " 30 4" I ia ; r,o j 4) I -5 , 30 S3 j ' M ! !' S IV. 1 12 I is 20 ! 2" .A dvci-tiscments must he paid qna...

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