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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 2 February 1871

TIICllSIjV r FEB1 Y, ' tnd, ? t 71: j NasUvUieaiji Peceiur Vlil: iici .panares. Passenger Train goin North, 13.07 r. u 12.20, a. u. Freight u - - . - 8 5t Paasecgtr Tria-goitig SuuiSi li.07r. m. ... 11.42 r. 3U Frcizut " 12.50 r. M. J37TickeU to all point Korth nd Pooth J T. S. WESTMOREIiArty, AgefiW- Arrivals and Departures if Mails . ; at ih I'ulaski Fost()L.ce.j ' Eegular Northern and Southern niailr ar rive daily at 12K)7 P. M. Favcttevil'.e Horsa Mail ronU Leaves ev ery Thursday at. 12; f 'M. Arrives on Saturday at if.HO A; JI.1 This mail embra ce Iiradnhaw, Bunker Hill, Pisgah, Cyres ton and MHlville. Sugar Creek waili Arrire every Thurs day at 5 P. SI;4 Depart Friday- at 1 A.M. This mail embraces Appleton, Minor Hill Jood Springs. Marbnts and Mockcson. Lawrenccburg Mail Bocte Arrives Mon days, Wcdnesduvo or.d Fridays at 11:80 A. M. Departs fame daya at 1 P M.' This em braces Vale Mill. Bodenhamer, W eat Point and Wavland Spring. Maroe'ila Falls M nil ronte-t Arrive every Satu...

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 February 1871

l W. McQOHD, Proprietor. orriCE N0BTU-EA8T lOK. l(iCAEl-CP ITinU. TEKMS Ol' 8CBSCKIPTION. Two lollars per A'.moni, ia Advance. Announcement. Annopneirig Candida; for Stnte or Dis trict ol'iers, ten dollars; county do five; al w :ivs iii ndvane!.'' iliit;ivies Rod tributes of rr spect over ten ! Iiic-h in length charged for at the regjlar ad vertising rotes. Mrriage, deaths and re ligions notices gratis. Terms of Advertising. Advertisement! inwrtod tit 11, per (tun! r, i 10 i:ni.-s orli s-. i:. this type,- for tlie Prut, and fW cents lor each f-jbsccjucut inser tion. Ad verti.--mcr)ts riot marked with thenom her ol iiisert.ot.s desired will ho inserted r.nd charged for el the regular rotes until o rdered out. L,lel of Price for Advertising: 1 m I 2 m. I 8 m. I C m. I 1 vr 1 square, 2 r-qr.arcs fl squares 4 squatc, IX column i column column 1 eolumn 2.S0 i K t8 I 12 4 6 S 10 12 14 I 8 I 10 12 I is I 20 ; 20 I 40 10 i 15 8 10 15 18 13 12 I 13 15 I 20 20 25 22 I 80 80 I 40 .'.0 SO ! 20 ...

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 February 1871

V. A- MANNING, Jeweler and Watchmaker, Vp-Stlirg Bilhnline''t RutTuatt Ctmr,) PULASKI, - - TENNESSEE. KEEPS cc.Ktuntly on boa I and sella for very small prohu all kii;dn of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which are always warranted to be at repre sented. All Eepairing Done Promptly. " janC-ly. T. G TIGNOR with C. A. lilTTEHEK, lIANtrACTUItEH AND WIIOI.ESAI.IC DZALEX IX Cash paiJ for Fur, Hide and Sheep Skins. Highest price paid fur Leather in the rough. No. 23 South Market Street, (Lumsderis Xeic Block,) NASHVILLE, - - TENNESSEE. jau6-Sra. j a. LESTER Attorae and Councellor at Law, PULASKI, TENS. Will pire prompt attention to all busi oita eutrutited to him. AMOS S. RICHARDSON, Att'y and Counsellor at Law PULASKI, EXIT. Will practice in Giles and adjoining conn ties. Office: May's BloclfUpStairs nov 8-ly t u.iovt: C. Z. JONES. o. r. jon is. THOS. M. JONES & SONS, Attorneys at Law. rULASK', TENN. Will practice in the Federal courts and courts of Bankruptcy. J-SyOffico same as former...

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 February 1871

-it f i lii 4 :! I,. W. .""IcCOIiU, Proprietor. UrriCK KOKT-iT CO. gCAEIt-lF STAJK8. TEKMS OF. SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollars per Annum, iu Advance. PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, FJGB'Y. OtL, 1S71. Cotton brought 13-g for low mid dling in Nashville yesterday. Gold closed iu New York yesier dr.y at 1,11 Tennessee Bonds were quoted at C3 for old issues and &I for new, in that city. Cotton was quoted there on the same day l.r for low middling. American PliilanthropyC?) and Pa triotism (?). A few gentlemen from Ireland, whose Fenian propensities openly avowed brought down upon their head3 the vengeance of the British government and caused them to be imprisoned for a while in British prisons, have arrived in New York They were released from prison by the government, but were banished from the country. It is but natural nnd just that the four hundred thou sand countrymen of Emmet t who reside in Ne v York should greet the exiles on their arrival with supera bundant enthusiasm. That they did so ...

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 February 1871

t s f If. : Thursday feivy. .nh, i&ti.- Nashville and Hei atur Kailroad lc ' ' partures. P.issonserTrain-'i:)? North, 12.07 r. 4 ii" ". .. ...... 12.20, a. it. Freight " - -' " - " 8 43, a.m. -r;i.ungr Train-going South, ,. . - - 11.42 P. M. :rri!ru " - -f -.la-s-J,-. ifTi-"ket.sto all points North tin J South T. S. WESTMORELAND, Aent. Arrivali and Departures r.f flails ;it the Pulaski Tost Office. liepriilar Northern and Southern mailt ar rive dui!v utl'2:J7 .r. M i.-,...i'r... -iVn'il.. -.c Mail route Lcuvesev- .rv Thurrdav at I2.3- I'. M. Arrives on .turuHy at A. M. . This mail embra- ca Bradhavv.Puf!c ihll, 1 isga. Cjres--i n and Millviile. - T!. Sn-ar Creek mails-Arrive every Thurs day at 5 P. M- Departs Friday at 7 A.M. This muil embraces Applet"", Minor Hill ;;.,a Serin '. Mrlml and MoJcen. " LrenecVir Mall I'oute-AmjJn-3;iv.. Wednesdays and r ridays at 11.3' ) A . M.- Departs ,tc days at 1 P M. Th.s c.n-brac-s Vdo Mills, Bodenhtuuer, W est I oint jnd Wovlatid Spring. - '...

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 February 1871

if Hie $itigtt. V'. ;IeCOtI, Proprietor. UKFlCJC KUIiTII-EAST COB. CRE-CP STAIRS. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollar? per Annum, in Advance. Announcement, 'w Aononni inr candidates for State or Dis trict o:hces, tc-u dollars; county do five; al wavs in advance. Obituaries and tributes of rt speet over ten lines in length charged for at the rejr jlar ad vertising rates. Marriages, deaths and re ligious notices gratis. Terms of Advertising-. Advertisements inserted at $.1,00 per FC,nare, (10 linen orless, in this t pe, for the nrt,and 50 cents for each subsequent inser tion. Advcrti-uments not marked with the num ber ot insertions desired will be inserted iind charged for at the regular rates ontil ordered out. Lint of Prices for Advertising: 1 m I 2 m. I 8 m. j 6 in. I 1 yr 1 square, 2 squares 8 squares 4 squaiefc i col urn u 'A column y column 1 column I 2,50 $5 1 s I -10 $12 4 6 I 15 I IS 20 25 I 30 40 ! so 6 S 10 12 U 8 10 35 IS 10 12 15 20 'JO 12 15 20 '22 80 SO ! SO 40 Advertisem...

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 February 1871

1; i I V. A- MANNING, Jeweler and Watchmaker, (Vji-S'jfr aHentin8 Suutluatt CtTntr',') PCLASKI, - - TENNESSEE. TrEEF3 coE.stsnlly ou hand an J bells for XV very small profits ull kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which aro always warranted to bo aa repre sented. All Eepairing: Done Promptly. jaliC-ly. L. F. G- TIG1ST0K. with . C. A. -MTTERER,' If ANCFACTCEER ANI WUOLl.8i.LE BEiLtK IN S&ddler; Eudnare, Lsiiher Slias Cash paid for Fur, Hides and Sheep Skins. Highest price puid for Leather in the rough. No. 23 South Market Street, (Lumsden's Xew Block,) NASHVILLE. - , - TENNESSEE. jan6-8ra. 3 O. LESTEE Attorna and Councellor at Law, PULASKI, TKN.V. , Will prompt attention to all busi ness entrusted to him. AMOS E. KICHARDSOS, Att'yand Counsellor at Law PULASKI, E.X. Will practice ia Giles and adjoining coun ties. Office: May's Block-UpStai rs nov 8-1 v T V. JONES. C. E. JONES. C. P. JONZB. THOS. M. JONES & SONS, Attorneys at Law. PDLASK', TENN. "Will practice In tho Federal...

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 February 1871

I.. Y, aicCOKU, Proprietor. jmce NOKTii-ttsT cox. eqcanK-cr staius. TKKilS OF SUiJ.SClilPTION. Twj Dollars per Annum, iu Advance. IHJI.ASKI, TENX, THURSDAY, FKiry. loth 171. Cotton brought 1 3F for low mid dling in Nashville yesterday. Gold closed in New York yester day sit 1,1 1 J. Tennessee Bond were quoted nt (5 i .1 for old issue. nnd 6 U lor now, in that city. Cotton was quoted there on the name day 143 lor low middling. Blood Horse Association. We are informed that our Blood Horse Association will eoon peti tion the County Court to change it name to that of the "Agricultu ral and Mechanical Society." This change of 111 me will lead to many commendable changes in the fe: -tures of the Association. Racing will Ic abandoned, but the track m ill still be retained as a speed rin. If the sale of the valuable lots at the fair ground now offered by the As sociation is a pecuniary success, the remaining grounds will be improv ed in a handsome manner and ar rangements will be made to ma...

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. — 16 February 1871

r. . PULASKI, TENN j THURSDAY FEB'Y. K.th, 1S71. -: ashvilic aud Decatur I-ailroad--lc- ; .piirturcs. i passenger Train going North, 12.07 r. M j " 12.20, A.M. '. Freight - ' - - 8 45, . . j 11. 42 r. m. t Freight " r. . I rSTTiekets to all points North and South ii T.S. WESTMORELAND, Agent. Arrivals and Departures of Mails at the Pulaski Tost Office. Regular Northern and Southern mail ar rive daily at 12:07 1. M. FavcUeviKo Hor?e Mailronto Leaves ev ery ThurtdaT at 12:3.) I'. M. Arrives on Saturday atl'l:"0 A. M TuN mail embra ces Bradshaw, Bunker Hill , Pisgah, Cyrca ton and MUIvillo. , Suar Crock mails- Arrive every Thurs day at 5 V. M. Departs Friday nt 7 A. M Tlii mail embrace Appletou, ,S1 int r UlU Good Springs. Marbnts and Mockcson. t . k.,,,. m;i l?rtiit Arrives lion. days. Wednesdays and indnys at 11:30 A. M. Departs fame days at 1 P M. rhi; em braces Va'o Mill, Bodou hainer, Weal 1 oiut and Wavhmd Spring. . Mareella talis aian rout- Saturday at U:W A. il. Dc.art. Kme day ...

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. — 16 February 1871

!i S 1 ."fa1 5- 4r V 4 I.. V. .McCtlltO, Proprietor. ufHCEXOgTil-EiBT (.OS. WAllE-l'P ETAlRS. TKKMSoF SUB-SCE1 PT10N. Two Dullars per Annum, in Advance. Announcement'. Auuouneiug candidates for State or Dis trict otHoef, ten dollar; county do five; ul wavs in advance. Obituaries and tributes of rc ip-ct over t n lines in length charged for at the rcg.ilar ad vertising rates. Marriages, deaths and re ligions notice gratis. Terms of Atlveriis-ing. Advertisement inserted at ?1.0 per Ftjiiare, ( 10 lined orles, in this tp,1 (,.r tat: Jirr't,and SO cents for cacli subsequent iu.scr tion. Adverti.-4.mcnU not marked with tho num ber of insertion desired -win bo inserted and charged for al tho regular rates until ordered unL ti.it of Prices for Advcitis'n; 1 m 1 2 m. 3 m. I Gin. 1 oquare, '2 squares a panares 4 tiniiafCh column - column 12 coin inn 1 column I f s I 10 12 I 10 Yi 15 I 19 20 I 23 I 0 40 ! to 12 15 '20 22 SO i r,o J 20 J 20 I 40 .Advert'iKeim-nts must bo paid quarter yearly in...

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. — 23 February 1871

7. A- KA1IIJI2IG, Jc7el;;r and Watclimukcr, CC-.'-Slii'ii j"i-a'.i.ci Sil'iciti Cr.'r,) PULASKI, - - TENNESSEE. KEEPS oor.st,'!y on h:.r.d br. 1 soils fbr very m:u;U protk.S all kilui of "Watches, Clocks end Jewelry, Hjiicli are a'e.vay warranted to bo ,u ropra- tl.tvj.. All Ecpairic Eono Promptly. j-.n'-ly. F- G TIGNO R with . A. ILiITTElSEK. )iiM irAcTL:ii:i: and wnoi-tawis njiALfcR is 3TIXNTI3I3Sr3-S. C.-v-h paid fr Pur, Hides and Sheep Skin?. Highest" prieo puid for Leather in the rough. , . CI -SjutU Market Street, LumtierC s Xew Block.) NASHVILLE, - - TENNESSEE. jan G - 3m. -grpj-j Attorna ani Couacellor at Law, PULASKI, TF.NN". Will p.e prompt attention to all busi soss entrusted to liim. AIIOS P.. RICHARDSON, Att'yand Counsellor at Law PULASKI, e.n:j. Will j. ractieeiu Giles and adjoining coun ting. O.'Iice: Slay's Block-UpStairs nov f-1 v T M. J'jNFB. 3. E. JONES. O. P. JOXX8. TII03. M. JONES Cc SONS. Attorneys at Law. PUUSK', TENN. "Will pra-tho in tho Federal courts and '...

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. — 23 February 1871

H if i . s. r- "?.---a.O-'O i i i r 7 V4J j 1.. V. ."riCOl, I'ropiif 1 m. orrvz Ni'BTii-trt .. S'jiAi:i-rr s-r.ui'.s. TKL.Mt OF SL'iiSCiMI'TiON. Two Dollar per Awrjm, in AJv..m-8. 1'IJI ASKI, TENN, TIll'lDAV, 1 i:!'Y. 2 !tli JTi. ' it. I da: ( 'ot U i:i i;n iii'j lil i ;', ! fi r nib iliine !:i X:ed;l' Ic V' tj -h i clt , I hi New V.-k y. day at 1,1 U. TeniK-s.u-e. Load 's! .'!' V I'fC o noted a I 01 4 for oh. I i--ii ami 01, for a. -r-', h tluit oily. Cotton was j Uuou-u tiu-r.on tuc waine t'.::y li'; t ! l'orlu-.v Hiiil'llir.tr. - - -- ( linnet of It.'tti'. call tin." attention id-a:ici ! is- rs to lljt; chanL'e iu our ad vei li.iu''' 1 .. i , i . of Hiiiiill ounis and i !i-re:i--ed the !':iiCo on iai'tr one-:. tr.ir f.l.tject IS j to ive small advertisers the same a Uisr-ta;: lu-relo:'-ii L-re: d ; 1!:at i-tr.r'-r ones have : had. ()f eo,::e this ia-i'.-s r.ol a j!.-5y to ji;:!.ron; ave airciiav larvav.. is.s viltt their fa'.or hut t future iavcr5 al'iiii'. Th is ch nue ! fc :ae....

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. — 23 February 1871

; r ; f ';:?:?::: I); rectory. : i Ki) Air; KRris::- j :i:'j'-'ii:,i- h p. i-acii ; .' ... i-el s-h - -m! '-:--V "Groceries.7' -i.Y:.iVotit-.naric, ' h , will bo insert'.! is lU;it.-vI'i:iu,ai , s J-, r line each, insortioi - Old Rot -ir.r iiva lines inserted cms year tor 5 , i , Jr ior I'icU additional lir.j ;.k!5 wo;::: dons: at this, ok- V MUJT bo paid t'-.r la ea'-h. v. Lea or t r deli .'c io J. LuNCi-M'.-KTS or CASWIUAHW ; j J all tor in ;.dv ut.co. "u.:iKNT advki:t;;-?km::.nt.s i u paid f..r i;i 2v.iee. N - devt- J . !.l U.eSJ I Vile S. op. special soticks , :,..r -1 lint:-, chitr.l cU per ovor !.!!.i;r S linen, -0 its j er i'im: ov-r G K, ot-t litu-, f rst insertion. Se1)-e-;i;.-orti"iis 1J cts per lino., in a i: uuef. r;::NTiN in all st vli:s and rs, at Xashviiha prices. Try o. iietT KATES 'SU ALL ,:t-.v R'.utifcs pr'm'e:d l-l ti h; po.w iaiu no'.ico. t Til :R . . 0 o:i tl'.o -VKM T S A 1 F X !: C U T ION AL v ays oa l.ui..l. printed t-ii On Left of :.i the u--t oi' j !.-. v...

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. — 23 February 1871

1! :: 3- is'-; .- a.. . i . . 1 V 5 - - ,--'' v ;! I 1 5 y W 4.T V fV V v it rt ?o;."j ii-Ef-.sT tea. fr jr .-T.i,:a. , "d-.r per A r.:. v. r.i. A ljiiotiniM'tiii nr . it" L' rs-.:;!: d.:es f--f int.5 Ar.'.:fi:j ir I": t :.t '-.'Jiocs. uiliiri-: '.:;::ly d-j 5u; al v;. v- in ;;dvrr.ce. '. i L'! tni.ri'.'H nr.U tributes of r( pec-t ove r ten !i:i in irr.'lh charred :'r ti:c rcjr.ils.r a.!-u-r:i !; i-.-.f-.:-. nrrh-,;:.. dcitl.) ;.ud rc- .j.-o-r. :: ::;;- r .-.t "..-. Terras tf fiver.' v--lsr-r:-.i;-,.ts !:..-;:: .'-1 . at 1 i" ." . r !" :.; !::, o:!.-r?. in !.'. tJ e. !'-;r t lie r" ', 0 is.si'.s; t'.-r li-s.-L a:: t. r; l ivmo r- A.lv. '.'".: . rke-l v.-jtb 0.: - s:n-a - r it iii'-rt.t ;.-r. i-:rti wi'.! b-j 'n.:.orte J v!:rvil l'-: ul ti.o r-i"l.tr r:.".cs i.t;.'.! r.:.-r..l I ru 2 m. j c r:i. : 6 in. I irr i i-'n"!, i 2..'-) ! M I I S '.: '".; . ..'.!:.; j-i -1 ' 0 j ! IIS !'. i-f.':i!.r;-i I C 1 ' ' ! i i 15 .;:iHfCS I i 1') I It! I 1". ! ' K t:"li:lii j 10 i.. I M 25 ;'.- c..h; ...

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 March 1871

. i err '0 3., 11. n-1-. ai' L-t Jin n lT-; 'fill' I'aT ni .vx: f .Vf.i .. . ton-, 'roni lute . 1 i eh- rc:c i!9 Jeweler and Watchmaker, (Vf-SlTi'r Ballenliruit Suih-it Ccrner,) PULASKI, - - TENNESSEE. a f T-El'S coBst'iiitlr on hand and sells for oV very Finall profits all kinds of I Wat c lies, Clocks SltiiI" Jewelry, i which (iro always warranted to be as reprc j cnta.1. ' - - , ' 1 All Repairing Lone Promptly. janC-ly. ! F- G- TIGNOE with jSiU.il ii. ; MANLFACTl JIKn JN WHOLESALE DZALEIt lH ) 2TTXTX5IIT3 S. . ; - Cash paid fur Fur, Hides and Sliccp Skin?, lighest price paid for Leather in tho rough, ji No. 2. South Market Street, L (Lunw Jen's Xew Block,) JASIT7ILLE. - - TENNESSEE. janO-Sm. H C. LESTER Attorne and Cotmcellor af Law, i PULASKI, TESX, -s "Win tro prompt attention to all butd-"- entrusted to lam. . AJIOS II. RICHARDSON, Itt'yand Counsellor at Law PULASKI, .';enx. " ' Till practice in Giles and Btljoiuing coun ties. Office: ?Iny's Ulock-t pStairs ; "ov 8-1y ' " ? M....

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 March 1871

I.. W. JIcCOHU, Proprietor. ernes Mo-trd-cAsr colt. eqcAEE-cr staiks. TEEMS OF SUIiSCKIPTlON. Two Dollars per Ann-tra, iti Advance. PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, MARCH 2d, 1871. Cotton brought 13 for low mid dling in Nashville 3-cstenlay. Gold closed in New York yester day at 1.10. Tennessee Bonds wore quoted at J3g for old issues and 63 J for new, in that city. Cotton was quoted there on the same day 11 for low middling. The Victor's Return. The Herald correspondent at Ver sailles sends a telegram giving the programme of the future movements of the Emperor of Germany. Ar rangements have been made for the return of his Majesty to Berlin by the Sth of March, lie is to leave Vcrciilies on the -1th and passMin Ien and Magdeburg en routt for his capital. Before leaving France, however, the Emperor is to spend live days at the Tuilerien, during which the German army investing Fafis is to make a triumphal march through th city, passing under the Ajc de Triomphe and along the Av enue Imperatric...

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 March 1871

i f I ktaKttari Pulaski Directory. , LIMITED NUilBEUOF AUVEitXlSE Ix. meuts under appropriate heaJii such ns - 'Warned," ' Eur Sul-j,'"" Kor Kent,' "Dry Goods," "Groceries." "Confeutionaric,' Aic, Jtc, will bo inserted in this column, at ten cents per linfl each insertion. Cnrdi net exece linjr five lines inserted oue year Icr (6 and 1 per line lorevh mlJiUcoal lino - ALL JOB WOiiKDONE AT THIS OF iL lice MUST bo paid for in cash w hen or- uerca or ueii..ered. A i NOUNCEMENTS.OF CANDIDATES 1. and calls upon persons to become such must be paid lor m advance. 4 LL TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS J X. must bo paid lor in advance. No dovi- ution irom tnesc rules. 17rITOKIAL OK SPECIAL NOTICES -J ender 4 lino charjred 25 cU per line, over 8 und under 6 linen, 20 cts psr line; aver S Iinja, la cts per line, lirst insortioa. busm- JOB PRINTING IN ALL STTLES AND O colors, at Nashville prices. 1 ry us. UTAOISTRATES KD ALL CTiHiK IU. Law Blanks printed at trlaotnce on tiie shortest possible notice. t...

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 March 1871

i - I : J fit- '3s I,. W. ?5cv;t)Kl, i'roj rklor. orricr. xniiTii-KisT pcjfAi:E-rp et.urs. TEK.M.S UK irXPSCP.IPTION. Two Dollars j'Or Annum, ia Advance,... Anr.ouiveciiK'iit . , iAr:Boi;n',in'4 cr.ri'i'l:'.t'-H for Stuf or Dis trict ('.ii-ff, ten "dollars'; cmmty do five; al ways in a J anee. Ohituai ies nnl tribute--, of rspeet over ten lines in lenc'lh charcred for at the ree.ilar ad vcrtisinjr rate?. Marriages, deaths and tc htrious iiottccs eratis. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted nt per (inure, ( ) lines orlc?, in this tpe, Mbr the lirs'.auj ti'i tvii-s for each 2uluiuuut iiwct.-tioii.- . s " ' Advcr'lseinfM.Unotrnarkod with the num ber ot in."ert0!i dc:-ire4 will be inserted and eharfrcd f.T at the regular rates until 'ordered out. - mm 'rires for Ad vertis ns: 1 in j 2 in. 3 in. j 0 m. J 1 yr I 2,M M $5 $ S 10 4 0 I S 10 I 15 G S iJ ! 12 i 13 5 V) 1'2 15 " 10 15 5 5 25 ar, 12 lb j 20 0:) I r,t 15 W) '25 -S ) 75 ! 20 , CO I 40 j fcO jJbVj 1 .square, 'Jt ciiiare.-...

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 March 1871

T7. a. iTAinnirG, Jeweler and Watchmaker, (Vp-Stain 4!'fn4itU &titt Center,) rULASTT, - - TENNESSEE. TWEETS (otsfuitlr on hand and sell! for IV very small profits all kind of Watches, Clacks and Jewelry, hieh are always warranted to be as repre cnted. All Eepairing Bone Promptly. jan6-lj-. . F. G. TIGUOB with C. A. LITTEREK, iliSCr AOTTKE ATO WHOLtSALI SCALES IX IPXISTJDXJSTGS. Cash paid for Fur, Ilidas and Sheep Sk'ns. Highest prico paid for Leather in the rough. Nu. 23 South Market Street, (Lumsdcn's Xew Block,) ITASHVILLE, - - TENNESSEE. jan6-8m. l O. LESTER Attorne aai Ccmncellor at Law, PULASKI, TENX. Willgie prompt attention to all busi-. eesa entrusted to him. " ALIOS It. RICHARDSON, Att'y and Counsellor at Law r ltIjA.sk i, exn. Will practici! in Giles and adjoining coun ties. Office: Iay' Block-!. pStsur nor 8-ly . TV.JOXEI. O. . J0SIS. O. P. JONES. THOS. M. JONES & SOUS. Attorneys at Law. YULASKT, TENN. Till practice in the Federal courts and courts of Bankruptcy. ...

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 March 1871

iJ j I.. V. JcCOKI, Proprit-tor. prnctoiTu-itTira. psjpahe-cp hTAiRs. THE-Ve OK Sl'IiSCKI 1'TK'N. Two Dollar j-cr Annsm, in Advance. . PULASKI, TIilNTN THURSDAY, MARCH ih, 1871. Cotton brought 1 1 A for low mid dling in Nashville yesterday. Gold closed in New York yester day at 1. 1 1 J. Tennessee Bonds were quoted at 61 for old issues and f 1 1 f .r in that city. Cotton was quoted there on the f-aiiie day l for low middling. Paris Evacufcd hy the Prussians The (ierraan troops have all left Tarirf. The evacuation terminated at 11 o'cloek Friday morning in ac cordance with the terms of conven tion. A letter, dat?d Paris, Friday night, says the evacuation begun in regular order, the cavalrj- ami ar tillery being in advance. The Prussian and Bavarian infantry faced the roadway at 8:3'). The first men of the main body ased through the Arc de Triomhe with bands paying and colors flying righttiviight cvler the Arc, the ob structions ha'iir. been removed. At the side of the coitimn, Genera...

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