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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 13 April 1871

i ; ! Pulaski Directory. A LIMITED NUMBER OF ADVERTISE moots nnder appropriate hndiifjs, pneh as "Wanted," "For fcale,''" For Rent,'" "Dry Hooda," "Groceries." "Ci-nfeclionariea," &c, &,., will be inserted in this column, ot ten cents per lino each insertion. Card not exceeding five lines inserted one year lor (5 mad (1 per lice for each additional line. ALL JOB WORK DONE AT THIS Of fice MUST "be paid for in cash when or dered or do ii ere J. ANNOUNCEMENTS OF CANDIDATES and calls npon persons to become such, most bo paid for ill advance. ALL TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS must b paid for in dvaaco. No duvi -ation from t.it-se rales. EDITORIAL OR Bi'EOIAL NOTICES under 4 lines charged 25 ct. per line, over 8andnrider8 lines, 20 cts per line; over linw. 15 cU per line, first insertion. Subse quent insertion 10 et per line., in advance. JOB PRINTING IN ALL STYLES AND colors, ut Nashville prices. Try us. MAGISTRATES aND ALL I'TIDCR Law Blanks printed at tl id office on the shortest po...

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 April 1871

f I 1 1 T "T Tl i. i&hc- (Dili I.. AV. McCOlM), Proprietor. jrricl XOBTH-IIM lOi. SQCAEE-CP TAiK8. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Tw Dollar per Annum, in Advanee. AnUOUIHTeilH'Ut . Announcing candidates for State or Dia frlVt r.tlices, ten dollars; county do five; al ways in advance. obituaries r.nd tribntes of respect ever ten lines in lcnirlh chnrired for at the regjlnr ad vertising rates. Marriages, deaths and re ligions notices gratis. , Term of Advertising. Advertisement inserted at $1,00 per square, ( 10 linen orless, in this tpe,1 for the first, aud 50 cents 1'or each subsequent inser tion. ' AH vertiiM-mcnU not marked with the nnin t'or of insertions dwired will bo inserted imd c!.or?d for at the regular rates until ordered out. List of Price lor Ad vertis;iig: 1 m 1 2 m. 3 m. i 6 m. I lyr 1 square, 2 squares S foliar' 4 squalen i column i column I 2..-.0 f fl I 8 10 I 10 I 15 4 ft 8 10 13 IS ft S 10 13 8 10 15 13 2 SO 12 I 13 15 20 25 40 80 I .VI 4) 75 SO j 150 l column j 15 1 ...

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 April 1871

I 1 i t ; :::,Y7. a.-HAimilTG, Jeweler ami Watchmaker, Uf-Stairi fiallstMncU Suulheoit Corner,) PULASKI, - - TENNESSEE. "TTEP8 constantly on hand and sells for JA. very small profits all kbida of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which ar) always warranted to be a repre entcd. All Repairing Done Promptly. janC-ly. T. G TIGNOE. with C. A. LITTSKER MAMCrACTCBES AND WflOLESALl BtitIB IS Siiiliiyllirteat, latest Ba Cash paid for Far, Ilides and Sheep Skins. Highest price paid for Leather in the rough. No. 23 South Market Street, (Lumsden't Xew Block,) 27ASHYILLE, - - TENNESSEE. Jan6-3m. i J .O. LESTER Attorne and Councellor at Law, 1 rULASKI, TE.tf. "Will give prompt attention to all busi enn entrusted to liim. AMOS R. RICHARDSON, Att'y and Counsellor at Law PULASKI, EN?T. Will practice in Giles and adjoining coun tiea. Office; May's Dlock-LpSfwrs nov 8-ly T X. JOKES. O. K. JONKH. O. P. JONES. THOS. II. JONES & S02JS. Attorneys at Law. . - . . . rtJLASK TENN. Will practice In the Federul...

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 April 1871

w L. XV. aicCOKU, Proprietor. Or TICK XOHTH-EAST COJt. SQUAKK-ir STAIKS. TEEMS OF SUKSCKIPTION. Two Dollar j;r Annum, ia Advance. PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, APHIL 20th. 1S71. Cotton brought 13 for low mid dling in Nashville yesterday. Gold closed in New York yester day at 1.1 1 3- Tennessee Bonds were quoted at Gi J for old issues and Go for new, in that city. Cotton was quoted there on the same day 14 for low middlin;. Frail ce. It is evident that the Versailles government is still master of the situation, although the insurgents claim a victory at Nemilly. The Germans have advanced nearer to Iaris and it is said that in CJise the rebels, or red.-, are successful, thej v.ill interfere in behalf of Thiers. At the recent election in Paris not one-tenth of the votes were polled, and of course the reds, who have control of the city, were endorsed by those who did vote. The insur gents are committing all kinds of outrages, pillaging churches, burn ing houses and murdering those who do not...

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 April 1871

i Iyidaski Directory. AUM1TE!) NUMBER OK ALVEUTISE ' meats rmdcr appropriate hesd:i-?, such a"Vanted,"wr"or Sale,"' " For Kent,' "Dry Good," "Groceries." "Confcctioiiarios," Ac, Stc, will be inserted in this column, at ten cents per lino each insertion.. Cams not exceeding five lined inserted one year for 5 and 1 per line lor each additional line. ALL JOB WORK DONE AT THIS OF fice MUST be paid for in cash when or dered or dli erod. Ai-NOUNCEMEN'TS OF CANDIDATES and calls upon persons to become such, must b paid for in advance. LL TKAN?IENT ADV EETISEM ENTS most be paid for in advance. No devi ation from these rules. 17DlTOK!AL OU SPECIAL NOTICES ll under 4 lines charged 25 ct, rwr line, over 8 and under 6 lines, S'J eta per Jine' vr 6 linis, 15ctper line, first insertion, fcubse quent insertions 10 eta per line; in advance. JOB PK1NTINO IN ALL STYLES AND J colors, at NasUvillo prices. Try os. MAGISTRATES AND ALL CTHKR Law Blanks printed at this office on the shortest possible notice...

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 April 1871

iO mm mumx. 1,. Y. .McCOKD, Proprietor. OrriCt SOUTH-EAST CO. iXJCABE-Cf STAIRS. TKKMS OK SCBSCKIPTION. T' Dollar per Annum, in Advance. - Annoancemriit. A nnur.cinr ennlidates fur State or Dis trict olliecs, ten dollar.-; county do Cve; al wrvh in advance. Obituaries ami tributes of rr ipcct over ten lines in length charged for atthcregjlar ad vertising rate. Marriages, deaths and re ligious notices gratis. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at $1,00 per square, (10 linen orless, in this tpe.'i for the fr. und fit) cenU for each subsequent inser tion. Ai!vi;rti.'-,.mcnt?notniarlfed with thennm l.r oi insertions denired will he Inserted T!'l harirnd for ul the regular rates until ordered out. List of Friers for Advertis'nj 1 m 2 in. 8 m. j 6 m. 2.50 4 5 t 8 4 6 8 10 G 8 10 12 3 10 12 15 10 15 18 25 12 IS 20 30 15 20 25 40 I 20 , 80 40 j SO 1 square, 2 squares 8 squares 4 ntiTCb column V colliltill column 1 column I 15 I 13 20 40 I 50 j 75 150 Advertisements must bo puid q...

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. — 27 April 1871

Jeweler and Watchmaker, (Up-Stiirt BiilUn&ijie'lt &iulfuet Corner,) PULASKI, - - TENNESSEE. KEEPS count Dtlr on hand and sells for very Bin all profit nil kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which are always warranted to be aa repre nted. All Repairing: Done Promptly. jan8-ly. T. G- TIGIIOXi with MANCFACTCREtl JCD WHOLESALE DXALKB IN Cash paid for Fnr, Hides and Sheep Skins. Highest price paid for Leather in the rough. No. 25 South Market Street, (Lumsden'a Xeur Block.) NASHVILLE, - - TENNESSEE. jnn6-3m. J C. LESTER Attorne and Couacellor at Law, PULASKI, TEXK. Will pre prompt attention to all busi- teas entrusted LU III Ml. AMOS It. RICHARDSON, Att'y and Counsellor at Law PULASKI, ENJ. Will practice in Giles and adjoining coun ties. Office: May's Block-1 pStai rs nov 8-ly ' T M. JOKES. O. S. JONES. O. P. J0NE8. THOS. XI. JONES & SONS, Attorneys at Law. l'ULASK', TENN. Will practice in the Federal courts and courts of Bankruptcy. t5TOfBoe same aa formerly occupied by J...

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. — 27 April 1871

k$ Wtitecn. L. W. JIcCOIlD, Proprietor. OFFICE NOBTB-EAST COS. SQCAKt-CF STAIRS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. T Dollar par Annum, In Advance. PULASKI, TENN, THUI'SDAY, ArRIL 27th, 1871. Cotton brought 12 1- for low mid dling in Nashville 3-esterday. Gold closed ia New York yester day at 1.10. Tennessee Bonds were quoted at C7 for old issues and G7 for new, in that city. . f'oiton was quoted there r? the same dpy l.'J lor low m idd 1 i a sr. Fiance. The situation around and in Paris is not materially changed. The bombardment is still going on and the Government claims successes in ial skirmishes. A strong feeling favorable to the restoration of Na Ixleon is reported in the provinces. The Nashville & Decatur Rail Road The absorbing topic ia this coun tj' just now is the proposed lease of the Nashville fc Decatur Railroad to the Louisville Nashville Rail road. So far as we are concerned the first question presented to our mind is whether the propos ed lease will benefit the stockhold ers...

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. — 27 April 1871

Pulashi Directory. A LIMITED Ji'UMBES OF ADVEKTISE j. trtcnts fcndr appropriate headings, snch as"Yantcd,i,"Iror Sale,'4" For Kent,'4 ;Dfy 0oJi," "Groceries." "C-nfectionarios,' fe'S., &c, will be inserted iu this column, at tea cents per lino each insertiou. Cards not exeeo linp five linen inserted one year fur (5 and fl per line lor each additional lice. ALL JOB V,TOUKDONE AT THIS Of fice MUST be paid for in ca.-di when or dered or deli ere J. AMKOUNCE1IENTS OF CANDIDATES andcal Is upon persons to become such, must be puid for in advance. , ALL TRANSIENT ADVERTISEMENTS must be paid for in advaace. No devi ation from these rules. ' I7DIT0EIAL OR SPECIAL NOTICES J under 4 line charged 25 ct- per line, over 8 and under 8 lines, 20 eta per line; ever 6 linia. 15 eta per line, first insertion. Subse quent insertion W ct per line, in advance. JOB PRINTING IN ALL STYLES AND colors, at Nashville price. Try us. MAGISTRATES aND ALL ' CTHKH Law Blanks printed at tl isotftce on the shorte...

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. — 27 April 1871

owe mtrnn. I.. AV. JUeCOKD, Iropri.'ior. OFFICK NORTH-EAfT C03. PQ"ARK CP STAIIlS. 'TEliMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two lolIar ';r Annum, in Advance. Al!iio"ireiiiMU . Annonncinjr can-ii-hites for State or Dis trict f.l'lo i', ttn dollars'; county do five; al whvk in advance. Obituaries and tribute cf r(pcet over ten line in icnjfth chai tred tor at the rear alar ad-vi-rt'iMn rates. Murriugus, deaths and ro liriotix notices gratis. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements inserted at fl'O per so,nure, (10 lines orlcss, in this tj ,1 for the f.rrt, and SO cents lor cueh sul;.-cin;tit inser tion. Advertisement.- pit ismrfccd Willi tlienmii hcr ot in.-ertton: tU;.-irod will ho iiit:rl.'! and slurried lor at. tl:-j regular rates n;ilii t-rd..rcd out. List ot I'ricfs for A dvertis:n:;: 1 ni Is- 3 m. j 6 m. lyr 1 so, n arc, 2 Knurc 3 squares 4 nunrea , column col v, run 3 i column 1 column 2,50 f 10 15 I 13 I 20 I 40 I SO I 75 150 4 6 8 10 15 IS 20 CD s 10 13 IS 25 3i) 4) ' m C s 10 12 15 v 12 19 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. — 4 May 1871

- W - I T if. 7,,. B. T. GREGORY, Artist. PHOTOGBAmS, AMBKOTYPES. OIL Portraits, (life Kize, or any size ), Water Color Pictures, India Ink Pictuies of all Inscriptions, taken at reasonable rates, and In the Highest Style , . . - .of 'to Art. Chromos, Engravings, lithographs, Pho tographs, Albums, &c, always on hand and For Sale Clieap. Old Pictures copied and enlarged to any size. lst Main St. Sontli, Nearly Opposite National Bank. ap20y XL 1TCAETY, 223 3Sf 1? X 3 3? , ; PULASKI, TENN, OFFICE: Near May's Corner, en . - ' - ' MAD1SOX STREET. . ap6 :, -:T7- A- HAHNING Jeweler and Watchmaker, Vp-Statri BiXUnlliuPt Sulnml Corner,) j PULASKI, - - TENNESSEE. I I "fTEEPS coshtnntly on hand and sella for J.V. very small profits all kind of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, 5 which are always warranted to bo as repro ntcd. 1 All &epairing Done Promptly. jan8-ly. 3 C. LESTER Attorno and Councellor at Law. ' PULASKI, TENN. Will give prompt attention to all busi eaa entrusted to him. - AHOS...

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. — 4 May 1871

I W. McCORU, Proprietor. orr tea north -east cca. fCAKK-cr stairs. TEICMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' Two Dollars per Annum, in Advance. PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY. MAY 4th, 1871. -Cotton brought V.'. for low mid tiling in Nashville yesterday Gold closed in New York yester tay at Tennessee Bonds were quoted at G7 for old issues and 67 for new, in that city. Cotton was quoted tln'ie on the same day 14 J 'for low middling. The Pulaski Citizen head its fun nv things numerous. O! Lebanon lhrald. , That's so, Doctor. Thank j'ou. Those fellows at Columbia who fur nished the Herald with its new dress get up their headings cor rectly, don't the". Some time ago the Lebanon Her ald was unmerciful in its ridicule of "bastard ouUidcs," but the last is sue of that spicy and ably-edited sheet comes to us t wonderfully im proved and enlarged by the aid of one of those "bastard" concerns. The Legislatures of Arkansas and Mississippi have become a nu isance to the outside world and a burden to the people who fo...

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. — 4 May 1871

"-SB A v It T T W PULASKI, TENN. THURSDAY MAY 4th, 1871. Ksh?illeaad Decator Railroad ie- , panares. Passenger Train going North, 12.40 p. as 12.20, A. v. Freight - - - 8 35, a. m. PafsengcrTrain going South, 11.10 a. m. " - - - 11.42 F. K. Freight " - - - 12.40 p.k. 3TTiekets to all point North and South T.S. WESTMORELAND, Agent. W. C. Srr.scE is our authorized Traveling Agent. . Ma. W. G. Ixmax is agent of the Citizex at Bethel. Wanted. A Kchsf. Apply at this office. Religious. RL Rev. C. T. Qcixtahd, Bishop of the Diocese of Tennessee, will hold divine service at the Church of the Messiah, in this place, on Fri day evening at 7 o'clock and on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Sea Moss Farine at Voss' Price 25 cents per box. fcb2-;f - Goldek Prolific and genuine Dicksou Cotton Seed at apl3-tf McGcike & Hill's. Wanted. 10,000 bushels of "Wheat at Vale Mills. No. 1, or any quality. Cash paid on delivery. tf , N. F. CnEAins fc Co. ' JrsT received b' O.vkes fe Mil ler a large and we...

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. — 4 May 1871

L. AV. McCOKl), Proprietor. OrrtCK KORTU-E2.RT to. BQCABS-UF TASBS. TEKMS OF SCUSCIilFTION. Two Dollars per Annum, in Advance. List of Prices for Advcrtis'ng: 1 m 2 m. J S m. 6 m. lyr 2,50 ti t'. 8 10 4 0 8 10 I 15 6 10 12 I 13 5 10 12 15 20 10 15 18 25 I 40 12 IS 20 SO I 50 15 20 ' 25 40 75 20 , 80 40 80 j 150 1 square, 2 squares S squares 4 squares column i column f column 1 column PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY, MAY 4th, 1S71. THE KUKLUX BILL. The March of Despotism. The Forty-Second Congress lias finally passed the iniquitous Ku klux 1U11 and invested the Presi dent with nothing short of dictato rial powers. "We may now say that our government is a mere carica ture of a Republic. Below we give the text of the bill: An act to enforce the provisions of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, and other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Con gress assembled, That any person, who, under cover of an...

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. — 11 May 1871

W T. GIU&ORY, Artist. Tj:?OTOGKATiI S. AM BEOTYI'KS. OIL X Portraits, ( k :'a :., cr frt'zai, V.'ster Oolor Picture.-., India Ink l'U-tmcs of u'l I-'escrir Lien., ij"--ri ii. rccisonnl Se rales. i;d In the Highest Style the Art, Chromes, Engravings, Lithographs, Pho tographs, Albums, &c, always en hand ond For Salo Cheap. OM Pictnfoft copied and enlarged to any size. 1st jVCain. St. . South, Nearly Opposite National Bank. ap20y II. ITCAETY," 15 2is 3xr rn x s "2? , PULASKI, TENN. OFFICE: Near May's Corner, cn MADISON STREET. ap3 - 7- A- MANNING, Jeweler and Watchmaker, PULASKI, - - TENNESSEE. TEEPS eontnt!y on hand and sails for J. very sinal! profits all kinds of Watches, Clocks" and Jewelry, which are always warranted to be as reprc onted. AH Eepalring Doa8 Promptly. jan6-ly. J O. LESTER Attorne and Councellor at Law, PULASKI, TENN. ' Will fri prompt attention to all busi ness entrusted to him. ALIOS E. EICnARDSOlI, ; s Att'yand Counsellor at Law PULASKI, I ENN. Will pract...

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. — 11 May 1871

. ! a t vs; (mo csm0m L, W. McCQKO, Proprietor. OrjKI h'CRTH-XifT COS. iCABE-Cf STAIRS. TtliMS OF fcl'taCKIl'TION. Two Dollar per Anr.uni, in Advance. PULASKI, TENN, THURSDAY. MAY 11th, IS71. Cotton brought 13 for low mid dling in Nashville 3-esterday. Gold closed in New York yester day at Tennessee Bonds were quoted at CS for old issues and CSf for new, in that city. Cotton was quoted there on the same day 14 J for low middling. A New Railroad. The city of Atlanta, Ga., is now talking of a railroad from that city to Elyton, Ala. If completed, such a road would materially shorten the distance by rail between Nash ville and Atlanta. Cumberland Presbyterian. General Assembly. This body will convene at Nash ville next "Wednesday. It 13 thought that over two hundred delegates will be present, representing every State in the Union. General Harding's Sale. Gen. Harding, one of the most prominent Stock-raisers in Tennes see, had a sale at his farm near Nashville on Saturday last which was ...

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. — 11 May 1871

i i 2b US' ims-m. A. J PULASKI, TENN THURSDAY, MAY 'llth, 1S71. Nashville and Decatur Kailroad JJc parture. ra.enger Train going North, 12.40 r. u " ... 12.20, a. u. Freight ..'- - - 865, a.m. rengr Train going South, 11.40 a. m. " - - - It 42 P. M. Freight " 12.40 F.M. lrTiceta to all point North and South T.S. WESTMORELAND, Agent. W. C. SrKKCE is our authorized .Traveling Agenu 31a.. W. G. Lvman is agent of the Citizen at Bethel. Wanted A Nurse. Apply at this office. Sea Moss Furine at Yosa' Price 25 cent per box. feb2-i.f Goldew Peoufic and genuine Dickson Cotton Seed at apl3-tf McG like 6c Hill's. Wanted. 10,000 bushels of Wheat at Vale Mills. No. 1, or any quality. Cash paid on delivery. tf N. F. Cheairs & Co. Jcst received by Oakes & Mil- leb a large and well assorted stock ; of Rosewood, Gilt and Rustic Pic ; ture Frames of all sizes. ra-2 Notice, All those who are indebted to me ; by note or account must come up and settle by June 1st, or look out for an . officer. 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. — 11 May 1871

! - i 6, . A I.. AV. 3IcCORl, Proprietor. DPflCK .VOKTIl-EiliT COa. SQCAEE-UP STAIRS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Two Dollars per Annum, in Advance. fj I.i.-t ol' Irics for Advertis'ug: j 1 r.i j 2 m. j 3 m. j 6 in. j 1 yr 1 H.jum, I 2,50 f I 5 3 10 2 Kenans 4 8 10 I 15 3 tenures C 8 10 la I IS 4 square S 10 j 12 13 20 column 10 15 13 i5 I 40 3 column 12 , IS 20 80 I R0 K column l.'i ( j 25 40 75 1 column j 20 ,30 40 j 80 J 150 1 1 1 IE A SKI, TENN, TJHTKS I ) A Y. . M A V 1 1 1 h , 1871. A bushel of j-jlnstcr per acre sown lToal-cast over clover will add one hundred per cent, to its produce. Periodical applications of ashe.3 tend to lengthen the integrity of soils by supplying moat, if not all. of the organic substances. Tobacco stems arc gencrally thro-.AH away like shavings; they arc worth more than straw or buck- he;it tst.ilks or clover as manure, as liio plant is a rjreat consumer of potad). A coiicspondcnt btatca that ap ples may be kept from decay by cov ering them with dry ashe?...

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. — 18 May 1871

gawUMtg irtiMihiiii',i.'1iAawi w ii'mi niM"Mimi I B. T. GREGORY, Artist. PnOTOGItAPnS, AMBROTYPES. OIL Portraits, (life size, or any size ), Water Color Pictures, India Ink Pic-tinea of all Description', taken at reasonable rales, nd In the Highest Style of the Art. Chromos, Engravings, Lithographs, Pho tographs, Albums, Ac, always on hand and F"or Salo Cheap. Old Pictorea copied and enlarged to any size. 1st iMnin St. South, Nearly Opposite National Bank. ap20y II. II "C ARTY, PULASKI, TENN. OFFICE: Near May's Corner, on MADISON STEEET. ap6 T7. A- MANNING, Jeweler and Watchmaker, Jjp-Sttirt BuMentinft Southeast Go-tier,) PULASKI, - - TENNESSEE. KEEP3 constantly on hand and sella for very ainall proliu all kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, which are always warranted to bo as repre nted. All Repairing Done Promptly. Jan6-ly. 3 C. LESTER Attorne aai Councsllor at Law, PULASKI, TEXN. Will r prompt attention to all busi ness entrusted to him. AIOS K. EICHAHDSOH, Att'y and Counsellor...

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. — 18 May 1871

If - ' . 1 vj 4 rv V U I,. W. JUeCOUO, i'ropriri ,r. 6JTICS KOf-Ttt-E-' T ton. IMEE-C -?Alfc3. tep.m- ok fc'JLScia ption. Two Dollar per Ansnn, in Advance. PULASKI, TEN'X, THURSDAY, MAY ISth. 1S71. Cotton brought 11c for low mid dling in Nashville yesterday. Gold closed in New York yebter d.iy at 1.11 . Tennessee Bonds v ere quoted at 70 for o'd is-ues and 70 for new, ia that city. Cotton was quoted there on the e.ra day 15 J for lor? Kiiddlin. A Gtsxi:-"- S:i--i. Tbc editor of the Marshall Gazette thinks be is not tlupid ! The Mar-hall Gazette 13 enthusi astic cn tho Euhjeet of slim jira lailroads, and ytt it says a man cannot be enthusiastic and ttupid at the Eame time! Or, in other word a stupid fellow cannot be en thusiastic ! Rather paradoxical. A Compliment (0 Pulaski. The Athene Post of last week pays the following compliment to the cit iztns of Pulaski: "Our peop'.c who visited Pulaski are united in their praise of the warm hearted and hospitable citi zens of that city. The ...

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