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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 30 December 1870

o WD S3 3 .e3 .3 CO c3 an m PULASKI, TENN FRIDAY MORNING DEC. 30,70 Nashville and Decatur Railroad lc .partures. Fasscnger Train going North, 12.0T . M ia.20. a. u. Freisrht 8 45, a. m. Pasaangi r Train going Soith, 11. 1J a. K. ... li ij r. m, Freight " H-30 r. H t35Tiekets to all point North and South T. S. WESTMOEELAND, gent. Bank of Tennewes Hotel. "Old issue" Good foe Tax, for Bale at market rate at s28tf Richland Sayiwos Bakk. A cboics lot of Family Floor' for sala at VOSS "Barrett's" wonderful in itseffoeta. , Cotton opened ia Nasnvills Utt a Wednesday at 13sod closed at 13. Good Health, a popular journal od the law of correct liviog. for Jaoua ry, has been receird. It ia bdusu ally good, Price S2. What all ladies like, "Barrett'a." House to Let. J. Pearcy advertises a desirable house and lot in Pulaski for rent. See advertisement. Baking Powders, the Teiy thing for families, at VOSSV Notice to Tax-Payers. Bf special request, all the unpaid taxes of Giles county will be put i...

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. — 30 December 1870

ga5ffac3-,r-v-'--r-y,;j . - j ..ilanuiuent 01 the Half. L.-s. of h.v.r j.iaj be cxM'jiHnL oi v i rett'ly SutMVutil, hy Hiu:ui! u.n ' -juii'ptfd lor droi-sinjf ni.d v.r in ii y ' the j)Oi:i-v if - ami i r-; - r-nlu-i Mill' I'M' Hit: l' !' ! '! lull t km', lii mv in reality i.i-nly i it j n r. t Th loo iri'qifUt u-u d' vt.-ry brushes and lino -tuoth C't:ib- v. ill ten uu found . l liioro injury thun bciieut. It the biiir, Jrom rick;ie:3 or other e:iiis-e, 1'uiU oil' or is Ioouitcd by the f:iin:li, t'e rolloiviiijj pro-ess will be found o! ndvnnue. ;u:d is perfect,--ly iiuiocou t : 2lix one ounce of guru Ciiuiptibr and two ounces ot'pul venzed borax ; pour over it two qttai -tsof boil ingvat r. Vhcn cold, bod it and keep it tightly corked. Apply to -tiie hair night and morning, rubbin1 it into the sc;i!p with a piece of f potio or solt flannel. , . For c.rectually clcansirg' the hair, n f.r.e tooth-comb- may be passed through it once in twenty-lour hour, in. order to keep it from tangl...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 6 January 1871

BUSINESS CAKDS, r-o.C Ilr.ov. ' Ja.McCaj.i.cm. Wl. U. Ml. C A LLC. BB OWN & irCALLUII Vltoriiovs at Law PULASKI, TETTN. A?1LL rr-Cioe in Giles a-J i?-i"iu:V V counties, almoin t!;e court of Bank rupt and in tba fcoj eiue wd Federal courts at Nashville, j ' Prompt attc Uiou ttiU be gnea to U ou anessentnistedto thain. Offlce old stand of Brown -fc McCallum. ctl-tf. J. J C. LESTEK Attorne and Conacelloi; at Law, PULASKI, TLKIsV . Will K Vrompt attention lo ail luii-t- eijirtihted to niin. " AUOS B. BICHAlil)Sd2I, Att'y and Counsellor at Law ITI.ASKI, ES-- ffill.rs.ciVt.i..c M.a uuinir.: cottn 1 '"ottirc: May'- lllock-t pStnir- . B. JONZ8. THOS. JI. JONES & SONS Attorneys at Law. lTJLAfcK', TENN. ; Will irh.-;ics in thu Fwteral tourU auJ lourts of BanUr-JpU-y. SajrOiKo eauic as foniitr'y.. c-irviq-ied hy Jon t Cla?k. '. ct; SOLON E. ROSE, Mt'j & Counsellor at Law, I'CLASKI, TEXS."' Nj Z, Up -ti s. over BulUintiuu'e Corner WILL PltACTICE i the Cviirrscf Gih-s i. I'd 2idjci:n...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 6 January 1871

L.. T. 3IrCOK.U, Proprietor. srrtck noiiru-rjtf icx. grr.E-cr staiss ItfcMf yf SUBSCRIPTION. li Dollars pr ABnm, in AdvitDM. lUJ.ASKi; TENN, - 1IUDAY .MOKNIXO, JAN. G, 71. AnivniiMmeit . Aaonnig otr.ti; Jatf for State orDis rit otfirc. ln ol!r.j tonatv do. Ave; ai- Wevs IB advance. - )bilarita end IribnlM of rpcl over ten Udm ia langth ebarged for at the re; ilr ai ortuia rate. , liarnsg, deaths and re Egioa notices gratia. Trrmn o? Attverttftiag. Advertisement Inserted at 1,00 per pqnar. ( 10 lint orlsss, in this tpe,1 for the first, and 60 con '.a for each beqaBt inser tion. Adrertisemfatseot marked with thasam bor of insertion desired will, be inserted and eharyad tr at the regular rate antil rderd out. , List of Price for Advertisng: j 1 m 2 m. J 8 ra. m. lyr 4 S I f"s 1 cr!, (iJ1 2 aquarea j - 4 i square I : 4- c,naii" S 4 column i 10 i column I 13 column ' 4 1 eolamn ' -'0 I S JO li 12 I IS I 15 i at I 20 25 10 16 18 H 30 10 15 20 s 40 40 ! 60 80 Advertisements nstk be paid qu...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 6 January 1871

CT3 Cm .C3 cn CO CO cn C3 3 cj no 3 o O cs S3 3 pulaski, tenn- ; fiiidaV Morning, jan. c, 71. XMhville and Decatur Railroad ie .partarcM. .- - Passng.r Train going North, 12.0i . it Freight - 8 44. a. . Passenger Train going Soath,- 13.15 a. m - - - 11 43 T. K. Freight " - - - r. m. J37Tkkette all points North and South T.S. WESTMORELAND, Agent Pcn't hawk, hawk, spit, spit, blow, blow. and disgust every body with vcnr Catarrh r.d Us oSfcnsive oJ jr, -.vlion Dt. Sagc'a Ca tarrh Eomeiy will sp.-J.iy destroy all odor and rrMt the discharge. The proprietor iilVr $5)) dollars Ira caul lis cannot cure. SoN bv 'J ni jrsriHt s, or by mail, sixty onU. A J i ruin Lr. il. V. Pierce, Baffalo, N. Y. loireiic. : 1 Owing to imavoiJable circum stances ivc were compelled to have the outside of our paper printed at Columbia this week. Hereafter we will get it up ourselves on our own press, and by furnishing a greater variety of reading matter hope to render our subscribers pleased with the change. Pa...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 6 January 1871

I .farm ami gloujsthotrt. Keeping " Thousand lion. W ith' a flock uf one thousand IwaI-. at K-ust six acre-: arc rCuiite. Souk; liave 2f Ivcu tliis rul-j, mi acre to each hundred. This area should b3 lVmcd in villi boards or picket;, and houses "erected l.tr:c enough to accommodate one hun dred for roosting, shelter from tortus mill layitijr. It is not essential that lUr.cC houses should be expensive, but they should lace the south, and the fronts should be partially or entirely jzla.'.cd. -The glazing tii'mibl In: by Kishes, which may be opeiu-d easily by blngtq above, and may be lclt open through the mi'mmer to permit a free circulation of uu. The care of these ' houses should instructed to the care ot capable person, as on their proper nianatuii'jit t!m hueecjs ot the poultry largely depends. In addition to the poult, y hoiic, there should be provided number of low sheds, beneath which the low In' may take bhelter from the heat of the fciin or from storms. t are thould be taken 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. — 13 January 1871

o to o en 3 2 CO CO CO ro o o ca CD CO S3 o co S3 S3 a -si to C3 en co a H r3 CO CO W. A- MANNING, Jeweler and Watchmaker, Vf-Sisfr Callentint Smthcuft Corner,) PULASKI, - - TENNESSEE. INLETS constantly on hand and sella for V. very small profits all kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which arc always warranted to be as repre sented. All Repairing Done Promptly. jan6-Jy. - New Arrangement. FkOM and after January lt,lS71, my son Will S- Ezoll, will have an interest in my house, and here otter tho firm namo will bo I. II. Ezcll & on- , ,. . Iic'ng thankful for pa.-t favors I solicit a continuance ot the same. All those indebt ed to ruo must come Forward and Pay Up at Once, ns I am compelled to have money. Those refusing to uo so mort not think hard if the have to nettle with an officer. January 4th, 1571.-8t. i 11. EZEL.L. JD. FLAUTT & CO., have associated with them in business Marion Childress, and the firm namo will hereafter hi Ewing, Flautt & Co. J. D. Flautt Sc 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. — 13 January 1871

L. Y. McC'OjM), l'ropi it-tor. nrt soi:th-;ast 10a. KiiKtr etaies. TKiiMS of sui;sci:nTi). .Two Dollar i''T Annum, in Advance. iuiLaski, tenn," It'll I DAY, J A XI WHY l.'Jt!i, '1S71. TluTrae Friends of the South. Wo notice with ro jr.t a disposi tion among many eonsv'rvativi' jour nals i:i t ho Statu to quibble ovor po litical teclmicalitii's." Nice ilisthu--tions are drawn 1 tot ween the term- 'Democrat" aixl "Conservative;" nud isHues are revived that, have no real connection with the present. The tendene3'of this petty warfare between men whom n common bond of Bympalhy and Kiilforing should unite, m to retard, ratiterthan pro mote thy true interests of the .South whose livery they wear. The fu ture of the Sout h doe not depend uion political parties it rests up on the industry of its people. The fanner who devotes his whole time to the improvement of his lands and the increase of his crops; the mechanic who contributes the la bor of his hands, and the merchant who donates the pr...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 13 January 1871

! if t Us i P n f 72 if ft? 1 f 3 r 1 sM I . 2 L J5 or 0 a 02 mi 1 rH 3 lO in C3 o S3 r3 c x in PULASKI, TENN FRIDAY JANl'AKY i:ith 1S71. Nashville and Ieritnr Kail roadDe partures. r csscn ger Train' going "or;h, 12. "7 p. m l " - - 12.20, A. M. Freight " f '5 A- M- Fassengtr Train poing South,' 12.15. A. M. ' . ' - - - 11.42 P. M. Freight - - - 12.50 p. m. JTfTiekets to all points "North and South T. S. WK-STMORELAKD, .gent. " Our New "Ileadin;-;." Vv'c call univei-s-il attention to the new and beautiful heading of the Citizex to-l.:iy. It was electrot.vp e.linthis cilice ly 'fheMcVii'' of tha concern for this occasion onhj. and the sudden development of so much artistic talent in one so young leads u:i to believe that he will not live long. To avoid such a possi bility by refusing to encourage a biuiiiar attempt wc will take that "heading' down very soon and sub stitute something less brilliant in its stead. "Barrett's" lUir restorative. Thanks. We are indebted to Messrs. L. E. 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. — 13 January 1871

I.. V. 3IcCU$lO, Proprietor. UrFIlE NOUTSI-EA&T COS. SO.CAKE-CP STAIBS. tki:m5 of suksci:iption. Two uoilars per Annum, ia Advance. PULASKI, TJ3NN. FIJI DAY, JANUAKY 13tli, 1S71. AutICULTUr.ALJ)EPARTMEXT. How to Keep Lard Sweet. . An In. liana correspondent of the (.'incinnr.ti Gazette writes: Evtry body knows how to rentier lard; lut cvi rvliody does not know that a handful of slippery-elm bark put into it while cooking will pi-event it from becoming rancid. It will not only j rcscrve it perfectly sweet for anv lenuth of time, but will im part to it a most deli Trv it every bod v. Titful Ikivor. Walking Horses. It is to bo Th-ped thtit the atten tion of those who have the conduct of Agricultural Fairs will bedirect c I at their ensuing meetings lor 1871, to the propriety of orl'ering premiums for m.-lost walking hor ses, classified under appropriate heads" viz. : road, carriage, farm and other horses. To the farmer especially the benefit would bj im mense. Fa.t walking horses 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. — 20 January 1871

7. A- HAWKING, Jcwelctand Watchmaker, Vp-Stiii i" S..uteut Grner.) PULASKI, - - TENNESSEE. JTYS.X'f' eoKtmt!y on bund sri d mV.s for Jx. very nraall profits all kijids of Watches, Clocks anl Jewelry, which are always warranted to be as repre sented. All Repairing Done Promptly. , F. G. TIGNOB with C. A. LITTEISEH, W1SCHCTCKK AXT WHOLESALE DILB IS Saltan 7ipJ?wi hn fm Cali paid for Fnr, Ilides and Sheep Skins. Highest price paid fur Leather in the rough. Tio. 23 South Market Street, (Lutnsden's Xew Block,) NASHVILLE. - - TENNESSEE. jan6-8m. 1 C. LESTER Attorne and Coancellor at Law. PULASKI, TEJf.. "Will p:Te prompt attention to all buai aasa entrusted to him. AMOS R. EICHAIIDSON, Att'y and Counsellor at Law rCLASKI, EX!?. Will practiccin Giles and adjoining conn lief". ti flics': May's Block-VpStairs ' .v nov 8-1 y - ' T M. JCNFS. C. . JOKES. O. F. J0NI9. THOS. II. JONES & SONS. Attorneys at Law. YVLASIV, TENN. Will praclico in tho Federal ourta and coi.rU of JJar.krr.ptcy. Olli...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 January 1871

Ii ! i V t.. W. OHO, Proprietor. LlXfli .SOl;Ta-UI tD2. RQCAHE-CP STAINS. TEEMS "F KL'Ei-CEMTION. Two Pollur per Ann-cm, in Advance. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20l1i, 1871. A Farmer's Club. We iuive noticed with oousMera )!e interest that the farmers in many counties of Middle. Teiiucs- ee, have formed societies for run tr.:d benefit and improvement, iind are holding Loth weekly and monlh ly meeting?. . Tlie.-e meetings arc occasions of great social and pnic tical interest nnd nre productive ff much roxl. Their object is an in Icrehanjre of views regarding fann ing a relation of each member's personal experience and a 'discus sion of such subjects as will best promote the interests of those com posing the society, as well as fnm rrn generally. In the North these (,'lubs are common, and they have proved to be highly beneficial to the farming interests of that section. The- have developed valuable in formation and practical results that otherwise would have been confined tf a few individual.-. C...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 January 1871

! ! II y - J ( fU J V f P !i . i PULAfcKI, TENN- j iDAY JANUARY' 20ch, 18T1. ! shviiic and Iccaiur Itailroad lc- parlure. icngerTraia going North, 12.07 p. w " " - - - 12.:i, a. a. 4-'ht " - - - " '.i.M, a.m. . t.-erigtrTraiu-jroii:;? South, 12.15 a. ji. J j t. - - - 11.42 r. m. lit - - 12.50 p. M. "Tickets to nil pcinU ' North na South j T. S. WEST MO P. K L AND, pent. 1 Cotton Shipment.' j'our huivlre.l sind four bales of f ton were shipped from Pulaski the week ending Jan'y. ltU j Choice Building Lots- r A few choice Building Lots with l tcr privtJeges for snlo. Apply to I lux at JIcGl-ike it Hill's. i Gils College. The Legislature ha. pushed a res ition authoriziuthe Governor to rA?h Giles College with arras. j.: College will soon have a milita- feature which will arid to its ad V.tages. P.uy the l.-cst, Coal Oil, Lamps and iimneys at the Tix Shop. ; jle-lk'aU iThe Medical Society of Giles fiinty will hold 'a meeting on the ; t Monday in February, at which Lie an election of off...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 January 1871

I,. W. ."UcC'OItW, Proprietor. arricE sriUTii-Kr.T cf2. sjcaee-up staIks 'TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollars i';r Anncm, in Advance. Annoiiiiccrnrnt . Announcing candidates for State or Dis trict eil'ccs, ton dollars; county do five; ul w:tvs in advance. Obitnuriea and vibnt of rearwet oyer ten vortisinjf Tutes. Ji-rriages, deuths aud re ligious notices gratis. Terms of Advertisine. Advertisements inserted fit fl'O per square, ( 10 lints orlcss, in tins tpo.l for ttio f rst, and 50 cents for each subsequent inser tion. 1 Advertisement snot marked with the linui brr ot insertions desired will be inserted j;iid charged for til the regular rates U3t.il ordered out. .List ol" Prices for AUvertis ng: II m I 2 m. 3 m. C m 1 square, 2.50 H H I 5 ItS 12 5 S 10 I 15 8 10 12 I 13 10 12 15 1 20 15 I 15 I 20 25 15 j 20 j 22 I 80 10 j 20 J 30 40 80 I 40 J 50 B0 i! tquarca 4 8 squares 0 4 squares, j 3 column j 10 - column j 12 f column 14 1 column J 20 Advertisements must be paid quarter yearly i...

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 January 1871

"V7- A. MANNING, Jeweler imd Watchmaker, (Up-Stiir EalUntine's Southcatt Curner,) PULASKI, - - TENNESSEE. TEEPScoEi-tintly on hand ami fells for J. very sinuil profits all kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which aro always warranted to be as repre sented. All Repairing1 Done Promptly. janC-ly. F. G- TIGNOR with C. A. LITTERER, MANtFACTCRtil AND WHOLESALE DEALER IS ZFIXNTIDIirsrG-S. Cash paid for Fnr, Hides and Sheep Skins. Highest prieo paid for Leather in the rough. No, 25 South Market Street, (Zumsden's Xew Elock,) NASHVILLE, - - TENNESSEE. janG-Sm. J C. LESTER Attorns and Councellor at Law, 'PULASKI, TENtf. Will $r-e prompt attention to all bosi ei entrusted to him. - ALIOS H. rwICHAEBSOS, Att'y and Counsellor at Lav PULASKI, ESN'. Will practice in Giles and adjoining conn tics. Office: May's Block-UpStairs nov 8-ly TM.JOMES. O. E. JOKES. O. JONES. THOS. M. JONES & SONS, Attorneys at Law. PULASK', TEN Will practice in tho Federal ourta and courts of Bankruptcy. Hf Office ...

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 January 1871

i i i n I ! i ; f Owe -(yinscn. J.. Y. Ict'OHU, I'rcpiietor. orrtct No:;TH-kAh7 o;.a. pqfjr.t-lP t-TAir.9. Two Dollar per Atntim, iu AJvr.noc. PULASTil, TENN, THURSDAY JAN' Y. 2Glh, 1S71. Fhariseeism. Gkok;k IIollaxi", an old netor of New York, died recently. For for-J ty yenrs he had been a iio'riilar comedian on the fcta;:e of that me troiolis. He was a genial and warra-heurtcil num. who.ie fault were forgotten by all true men who knew him, when the clods fell upon his pave. Hi soul has gone to tlie judgment teat of that Cod V.'booe all-seeing eve will penetrate rach and every flaw of this poor hu man character when the reat day dawns. It was not for man to judge the poor actor, .whose profession hcemii to have been hij chief fault. But a professed Minister of Go , in the immaculate city of New York usurped the riht of his Master and sat in judgment upon the body of the dead. Jle refused . it the right of Christian burial, lie close. I his mouth that it might not utter pra': ers f...

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 January 1871

ft I i f 1 t 5 1 ! - i i A PULASKI, TENN : THURSDAY JAN'Y. 2oth, 1871. Nashville and Decatur Kailroad Jc- j p;riiires. Passenger Train g-ing North, 12.0" r. u it ...... 12.20, a. ii. Freight " - - - S.40, a.m. Fasrcng(rTr4.;n going South, 12.15 a.m. i . " . - - 1 1 42 r. M. Freight " ' - - - -"- V ""Tickelsto all points North and South T. S. WESTMORELAND, Agent. Arrivals and Departures of Mails at the L'ulaski Vast Oflice. - llcgular Northern and Southern mailr ar rive tluilv 1-2.07 i'. M. Fayette villa Horse Mail route Leaves ev ery ThuTr-dav at 12:''' i'- M. Arrives on Saturday at l"l-.f0 A. M. This mail embra ces BrBrl,hw, Bunker Hill, Pisgah, Cyres- i tn atul Millvihe.' ' i Snn-ar Oreek mails-Arrive every Thnrs I .lay at 5 P. M. Departs Friday at 7 A. M i 'i hi. mail embrace Apple-ton', Minor "ill I Good s? prill", Marbuts and Mockcon. I Lttwrer.eohurif Mail Rente Arrives Moa I .lavs. Wednesdays and Fridays at 11 :'') f M." Departs ramo (lays at 1 P M. Tins ei I 1, races Va'e Mi...

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 January 1871

il- t Ili mat kimen.. I.. W. McCOHt), Proprietor. orria noutii-e st coa. squ&r.E-tp staibs. TEKMt OF SCP.SCKIPTION. Two Dollars per Annrrn, in Advance. Aonouucemr nt Atmcuncir.jr candidates for State ctDis tru t ollicrs, ten dollars; county do five; al ways rn advance. bitu;iries and tributes of respect over ten lines in length charged for at the re.iltir ad verlisincr rates. Marriages, deaths and re ligious noii-.-cs gratis. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at $1,00 per qnire, (10 lines orleas, in this tne,1 for the fr.it, alia 50 cents for each su'. sequent inser tion. Advertlrmentsnot marked with tlie num ber of intuitions desired will bo inserted nnd ehnrjjcd for at the regular rates until orderud out. L.i.st ol" Trices lor Advcrtis'nt,' 1 m 2 in. 3 in. I 6 m. 1 square, '2 squares 3 squares 4 spumes 5 column 14, column column 1 column ti I ." j 8 I 12 6 I 8 I 10 I 15 S 10 12 I. 13 10 12 I 15 I 21 15 15 j 20 I il.j 13 20 I 22 I 30 K 20 j SO J 40 , 60 I 40 i r.o j...

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 February 1871

x rk n-- 4ft- te ' it j w. a. xiAinm'G, . Ifewcler and TTaleliinakcr, V'ULASKI, - '.- TENNESSEE. VEEPS C0Etnti.T on ban-1 sad sell for very small profits all Wind of ' ; ' ; j Watches, Glocka xl Jewelry 'which are alweye warranted to b as tpr' I All Sep&iriaj Done Promptly . j jane-ly. U II V Oil ji I G-TIGirOU with 'C 'A..",riIT'i,EKS V S I HiNlTiCTCKliiilS WITOLXiALX UIALIB IS Coh paid for Far, Hideo end Sheep Skin. Highest jirioe p aid for Iatber in the rcugh. I No. 85 South Market Street, j (Zunisden't Kevi Block.) . - Nashville. - y.vtesxises. : janS-Sm. JJ O. LEST fAttorne and Coaacellar at Law, . PLXASKJ, TES?f,f I i Will ffire prompt attention to all bnaU iou en t related to iii j AIIOS E. IHCHAIIDEO, Itt'yand Counsellor at LaT7 i TULASKI, EJEFT. A'ill practice in Giles and adjoining coon- Office: Mr'f DSock-L'pSUure i DO 8-1y " '. f v I ' fK.JOXII. C. X. JCXKS. a. r. jo mls. TH03. II. JONES : CG1IS, I Attorneys at Law. : j . i'ulaskv tesn. ..' j Will practice in tb Fede...

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 February 1871

vv .. f a? -s : 1.. XV. JIct'OKO, J'roprietor, . i crrirEcvTa-inT coa. so,tAr.-cr. stairs. Two Dollara per Antm, in Advance, PULABKI, TENN, THURSDAY,' FEii'Y. 2nd, 1S72. Cotton brought 133 for low tnid tlllng in Nashville ye8terda3'. Gold closed in New York yester day at 1,11. Tennessee Bonds were quoted at 6 J for old issues and 61 j for new, ia that city. Cotton iras quoted there on the same clay 15.J for low middling. Tbe Slieaf-Tinaaa Csstes. The United Stales House of Re presentatives has decided that Lew is Tillman ia entitled to a seat in that body, over Capt. C. A. Sheafe, the representative legally elected ty the people of this Congression al District. The Badieals, having an overwhelming majority in the House, this iniquitous decision is not to be wondered at, What was at one time a matter of wonder was that CoL Lewis Tiixmax, a man who, notwithstanding hi3 Radical proclivities, had. . a character for honor and; integrity above the ma jority of JbU party leader in this Sta...

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