THE PULASKI CITIZENJ
L. W. McCOKD, Editor ami Publisher.
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FRIDAY MORNING, JAN'Y. 5, 1CG6.
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Subscribers to tbo Citizen, in large num
bers, and with plenty of niouey that is
Law Card. Jno. C. Brown and Jas.
McCallcm, Esq'rs., have a. card ia tins
paper, to which wo refer all littigants and
Books. For almost any stvla or variety
of Reading, go to Oshorn & Co's., West
side public Eciuaro. St-hool-fcocliS, toy
books, his'oi ies, poems, novels, ckc; fco.
together with all tho valunbla monthly,
weekly and daily periodicals and papers.
Anions tho latter will Le the Citizen. ,
Excitement in Mexico. For interest
ing matter, hunt up the advertisement in
this paper headed as above. It is a trito
but true fcsyisg, and one worthy, to fca re
membered, that "a dolh.r'eavtd is a dollar
made," and every mia is interested ia
learning how to-eave the dolhr. Tho ad
vertisement alluded to will give you that
Ezell, & Edmukdson It is euo'ugh to any
of this firm, that it is composed of our old
fellow citizens Pink Ezell and" Du Edmoxd
80K tho on a life-long citizen here, a
well-known merchant and an honest man,
and the other, his peer in all things, but
better known here as a Drugist of late
years. We are sure that no one could de
siro to trade with, gentleman more accomo
dating ind clever than they. Sea their
Tiikfpaud k Co. It will be some grati
fication to our readers here at home to learn
that all their wants in the way of Hardware,
Tinware, Coal Oil Lamps and Oil, etc., etc.,
can be supplied at thnew store, on the
North-east corner public square, by Tkep
pabd is Co. Tom. TuErPARD, tho princi
pal, or senior, partner in the house, has
been long and well known ia this commu
nity. All kinds of repairing or manufac
turing in tin, copper or sheet-iion, done to
order promptly. See their advertisement.
Auciiitkct The card of M. D. Le
Moins, architect, Nashville, Tenn., may be
found in this pitpor We hope to see him
in our town frequently, during the coming
spring and summer, nsoddeling and re
moddeling the various public and private
tuildings ,to bo errectad or renovated. We
hops to see his services called into requi
sition on our jail, and college, as well as
on the elegant storo bouses to be built next
ScnooL. How can we more essentially
benefit our country, than by instructing and
giving a proper direction to the minds of
our youth. How beautifully it has ben
said, "If a tree bear no blossoms in Spring,
ye need expect no fruit in autumn," and
what an eloquent appeal it is in behalf of
'proper education in the spring of life.
Mm. Dr. BATTEand Miss Sallie Shap
ard will open a school next monday, at Dr.
Batte's residence, and will receive pupils
large or small. Mrs. Battq will also take a
few scholars on the Piano.
The Law. If you want to sue anybody,
or prosecute anybody; or if anybody wants
to sue you or prosecuto you or anybody
else or anything, read the card of Messrs.
Rutledge and Reed, ia this paper. They
are clever young men and will give prompt
attention to business.
Maj. Gen. Gustavus W. Smith, who re-
ligned the position of Street Supennten
i"it of Nvv York to eomo S u;h, and who
ri-i'rit-:i h's o
ARE TELSR3 ANY?
Are there any public-spirited men in
Giles County who Vrish to subscribe for a
county paper? "We would like to meet
with them, if there are any such. We have
dreamed about such a man and our fancy
ha3 painted asjlendid portraitof him. We
request him to come to our ofSce, that we
may see if he is "all our fancy painted him."
"Br Dogs." Now, ladies and gentle
men, permit us to introduce to you the
wonderfully and fearfully made "Br Dogs."
lie heep3 a drug-storo near the Souh-east
corner public square, is as long as any
body, party as anybody and clever as any
body. Read Dr. Bcudett's advertisement,
and if you need anything in his line, he'll
fix it up right.
Moffatt & Cox. It may not be gen
erally known that Messrs Mouatt & Cox
have morjd to Martin's old corner, and it
is important that people should keep posted
in these little matters. In order to do this
they have put an advertisement in this pa
per announcing the removal, and setting
forth their aims and objects, as well as their
goods and wares, somewhat in detail. We
all know the Mr. Cox that use.' to be of the
firm of Roy, Harkis & Cox. Well, this is
tho same Cux, at tho eanie place, at the
same old trade cutting tape and lieating
folk all folks just as cleverly and politely
as old Santa Cunn does .-children Christ-rnas-eves.
lie loads them down with nice
things, and new things, and good things.
Dr.s. Grant fc Aeep.natiit. It will be
seen by reference to their card in this paper
that Dii8. Grant it Aeernatiiy hava asso
ciated themselves in tho practice of medi
cine and surgery. It may perhaps be
useless for us to commend thera to the
people of this community, by wh'lyi they
are so well known, and so highly esteemed,
but we feel inclined to add our testimony
to that of all others who belonged to Brown's
immortal old Brigade,' during the war, to
the efficient services rendered and valuable
experience enjoyed by them the one as
Surgeon of the old 32d and senior Surgeon
of the Brigade, and the other s Surgeon of
tho old 3d. In Surgery thoy are ac
knowledged proficients, and they certainly
can have no superiors in this country.
This much -we say voluntarily, because
we know these meu so well, and esteem
them eo highly. Having 6erved in the'
same brigade wi;h both, and in the- same
rcimeiit with orjo of them, aside from our
long acquaintance with them at home before
and since the war, we hava had the best
opportunity to stufiy and know the men
Stratton, roisTER & Co. We invite at
tention to the card of the above firm, in
this number of Cue' Cilizen, and take pleas
ure in recommending-the house as one
worthy of p&tronago and confidence. We
know the partes personally, and they are
experienced business men, as well as thor
ough gentlemen in every sense of the word.
Maj. Ror, Capt. Cheney, Col. Stuattv&,
Capt. Pointer. Where can you find a
stronger combination of buejness qualifica
tions and rspectability? .
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
BOOH SELLERS '
IPtilasixi, H Tenn.
iSPho tor'ph album
! School Books,
Books Old, I School Stationery,
Toys k Toy Books
OT EVERT DESCRIPTION, AND
SUITED TO EVERY CONDITION, AT
08B0HITE & GO'S.
"West Side Public Square,
1'HEO:r..-'enf Tl Martiu. Pre-ndtnt of tho Cen
1 tr.--.' : .t-.:!;err. l;ilr-a.J, i-- V-pt ic -e C- ar.itt:g
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The Elite Art Gallery.
In framing Artists, art hath thus decreed.
To make some goodbut others to succeed,
Who does not cherish as an invaluable,
priceless jewel," a true likeness of friends
and loved ones! Who could set price on a
durable, life-like picture of a wife, husband,
soa.or daughter! What would a man take
in exchange for a natural portraitof his be
loved parent or his gentle sister! What in
expressible comfort ia it to have always near
your 1 eart the shadow of your sweetheart,
with her soft, eyes always up-turned to yours
atid aa inexpressible smile of sweetness al
ways playing about her ruby lips!
Ilc-r eyes, her lips, her cli;c!cs. tor&liupe her features
Buern to be drawn by love's own Lund ly love
iiSins.If in love. ' .
These reflections are suggested by a vfsit
to the Art Gallery of Mr. Murphy. llis
pictures taken on pearl, and painted in oil,
are truly "the most remarkably life-like
portraits ever made," while all of his pic
tures are correct in ton's, and D?rfaetin fin
ish. It is abundantly worth the trouble to
any lady or gentleman to spend half an hour
in his y-aJlerv.
On the night of the 2Cth ult., atthe same
time Pulaski was visited by the tornado,
several bridges on the Nashville and De
catur railroad were swept away, and no
trains havo ran. through since that time.
The consequence is we have Jiad tut two
or three mails i-n ten days or more, and
freights for this place'and points further
south, have accumulated at Nashvil!e
The gap in the road extends from Lynn
ville' to Elk River. That prince of conduc
tors, Pitts Brown, was caught within the
gap, and has been spending the week with
us. . He informs us -that trains will run
through again in ajo? days.
These mail derarrit!K-nls have interfered
with us in making up netvs items for this
paper. We hope to Chronicle the complete
repair of the road and the regular arrival
of mails by our naxtssue.
It ia believed that Congress will pass a
bill togive a bounty to flia volunteers of
1861. . ' .
Insurance. The old, reliable Piicenix,
is advertised by a responsible and gentle
manly local agent, in to-day's paper. If
you wish to be insured, call on Dr. Ed
iIE next session 01 mySchool' wi"l commence
oi ' ,
MONDAY THE 8th INST.
I will ch:trga J25J)0 per session of Five Months,
$5.0) to be paid, inearialZy, at the end of each
I Avill Tench in a Comfortable Itoom
in tho house in which.! now lire. . .;
Tho attention of pftrons is ptrtieuTarly called to
the foliowint; terms . .
Fuviils will be charged from the day of entrance J
to the end of tho Sesi-ion, and
This rule will be observed it all cases of
withdrawal, except on aceounf cf protracted
I take this opportunity to sincerely thank the
citizens of Pulaski and vicinity, for their liberal
pal.'onage heretofore; for -their kind remembrance
f my family during my absence, and promise, as
some return, to spare no efforts to make the instruc
tion of .their children as thorough as at any first
class school in tho State.
Jan 2, It ' CIIATtLES G. ROGERS.
Sain. 0. Mitchell & Co.,
House Carpenters & Joiners,
A KE prepared to do all work in their lino at short
notice and in the most approved style.
Window sash, Blinds und Doors made toordeiat
the best of prices
We are prepared o furnish coffins of all kinds
and sizes at short notice.
ALL persons indebted to tho firm of Winst;nd &
Bro., cjther by note or account, can settle by
ca)linr at the olSee of Ent'eJii fc Reed. Do io
immediately, or-J:o claims will be put into tho
hands of an olcerf Jan 5-4t
nr. iE'r-t:;erM- it? ostrte ot the late W. C.
Mayfield liainz been already s6e-pT;t:l. Mr-
sons holdini? clainii against said estate will fi'e
them with tho Clerk of tho CLancwrr, ia pliico'of
tho County Court, as heretofore nctifietl. ' " -- . -v
Jan 5, 4t TIIOS. MARTIN, AdrtCr..
Get the Genuine Article
STEAIGIITFOEWAIiD dealings in every depart
ment of its extended business, from tho receipt
of a picmium to the payment of a loss, ha.1 ronuered
the name of
As ftimiliar as any household word; and from far
East sunrise to the golden shores of the Pacific slope,
itseminent usefulness as au Insurance Corporation
has been thoroughly tried and satisfactorally tested.
It is now better than ever prepared for service and
d ity in the line of its prof usion, with increas
ed tacilitiea for the transaction of business.
No 24 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O,
II. H. KAGILL, Go: era! Agent.
Here love his golden shaft employs, here lights
His constant lamp and waves his purple wings
lteigns here sad revels.
. Married on Christmas morning, at the
residence of the brid's.mother near Lynn
vilie, Wallace Rutledge Esq'r.. of this
place, to Miss Wagxr Marks.
Hail wed.'ed love, mysterious law, truo source
Of human bliss a p.arai'iso below!
Wallace, you are one of God's noblemen!
You did'nt forgot the oft neglected printer
even in the most important and eventful
hour of your life. How prone msn are to
forget othe, even their best friend, in the
hour of bliss! We thank you, Wallace!
May you and your "own fair bride" live a
On the 27th ult., otElkton, Dr. Jas. A.
Bowers, formerly of Gen. Cheatham's staff,
to Mrs. Elizabeth M. Harney, both of the
town of Elkton.
You forgot us, Doctor.. But it's natural,
V- e'll forgive you? You ceuld'ut think of
anybody else jut then, could you? May
you and the widow live forever.
On the 27th, atthe residence of the bride's
mother, near Elkt,n, Mr. Tuos. S. West
moreland to Miss Mart E. Bridgforth.
You forgot us, too, and we can never for
give you. How ofteu have you told us you
would'nt? Ah! Thomas, Thomas! Well,
we trust you may prove more tiu3 tt your
beloved and lovely bride than you have to
this old thrown off friend of yours.
On the I9ih ult., Mr. W. P. S;ruggs to'
Miss Laura Upshaw, both of this county.
Same day, Mr. A. W. King to Mis3 M. A .
E. Dunnevant, of this cou.nty.
On the 3d inst., J. L. Abernathy to Miss
Martha R. Grubbs.
On the same day, David R. Shores, to
Miss Sarah' M. Ilanna.
To insure the publication of Mariiages,
parties should hand in a notice of the trans
action. We will take pleasure in publish
ing all marriage notices, free of charge.
We design making this part of our paper
The Hite Art Gallery
OPENED IN PULASKI, TENN.
ii. (from North of iiuntsville. Maditoa Co., Ala.,)
has opened his Fine Art C illery in Pulaski, ami
very respectfully tenders his services to the gener
ous and enlightened people of Giles.
Size. Coloring, etc.
In this Celebrated Establishment are made those
beautiful pictures of I.ifry -V, and of All Sires,
from Lifi-tizo' to ' he smallest Finger-R r.-Minia-ture,
and so cllegantly colored in Oil, that the liair,
Eyes, Complexion and Expreo.-iou can iw so well
prosurved by the Artifct that tho Likeness is at oneo
jJtatifieiL-as (almost) "a living creature."
. These Portraits are Eich, Complete and Beauti
ful. They can be highly colored and given a deli
cacy of complexion not possessed by' tho Fairest
Lady, or even the Pure Alabaster Whiteness of a
Babe. " In thi re.-t only ure ther-c like-.ses flat
tering Of the myriads of pictures tueu in the
various feicf art, the "Pearl" is. unquestionably
the pretacand moat rcnii'kubly Lile-liko Por
trait the world evar saw. It is Eiegant.
Photographs, Vignelts, Caries de Visiie, etc.
Taken in the latest, . most p 4-j!ar and approved
styles known to tho art of Pi!tJjuwing. My pro
ductions of all other kinc's kn .tn to the profession,
.wiil also coir arc favorably wi.vi any Heliographic
specimens of Art in christendom'.WlIcnce yomsee
tuo louy ujt turn vu i iii i uaua unci &b xio weis
lost time and risk of life?to distant cities or foreign
countries) They have the middle tints- are ICicb.
in. tone, Complete in detail, .bold in feature, and as
f finish and durability , there is no queotioa of their
OLD PICTURES, Etc.,
of any kind copied to any size. I also take pictures
ot individuals on llore-baek or in JJuggies, rlay
ing aVGatrvas, Groups, and Schools, Kegels in Uni
form, Masons and Odd Fellows in Kegalia, etc., and
colored, if desired, by tho most Accomplished
Aitiat in tni8 country.
If Cah is paid in advance for pioturos not good,
they shall bo re-taken, or the amount Jtcjundtd.
I Warrant Every Picture, nntl Guarantee
Satisfaction to Every Customer, or Make No
"IMPORTANCE OF PICTURE?.
If you want likenesses for your friends fmd rela
tives, como at once,, for sickness or some other
hidden monster may forever debar you from another ,
opportunity so favorable. It is a yrieilege to have
likenesses of dear cn3 whether we see them again
or not. These .littlo Keepsakes are j'uels Many
who read this will testify to tlit truth in those lines,
for they, like myself, in this respect, feel and have
fult the want of miniatures to recall tho feature . cf
der brothers who fell in Battle or were otherwise
acrtictd upon the alter of our beloved South
Fond an l peaceful recollections to their precicus
Hues, Colors, Dressing, &c.
White, Gray and Black, take w. g. and black.
Crimson, Orange, Brown. Greu srd deep EeJ,
light. - . nJ:mi, .9&-
Cheeked tnd Flowered goods take well enough.
Dark Drapery is (rather) mot pleasing.
Photographs, ft per doz.; f 3 per half doz.
Pearls. $12, 15 and f2) apiece.
Other pictures at various rates.
Double price for Lai children.
D. T. GRIFFIN, Wilson Co., Tenn.
WILLIAM COOPER. Nashville, Tenn.
W. DMUKPHY, Madison Co., Ala.
Ladies and Gentlemen are invited tosee specimens
Up-fetairs, precisely East of the Court iiouse.
Jan 5, tf W. D. MURPHY.
JNO. C. EROWX. JAS. K'CILLCM.
BROWN & Me CAELUM,
ATTOIITIES AT LAW.
OFFICE one formerly occupied by Walker
&, Brown. Jan 5, tf
K. B. BEEO.
RUTLEDGE & REED,
Attorneys and Csuncellors At Law,
PULASKI, TtXNi:g.SEE, -
TT71LL prar tics in the Courts of Giles, Marshall,
Y Ma'. ry Aid Lawrence. Partif nlar at'ention
given to the collection of claims. Oiliee s.o.corner
Public Square, Up stairs. Jan 5, ly.
XTfHEREAS. I have suggested to the Clerk of the
f V Count; Court of Giles county, the in-o vency
of the ps'itt! of Laban A. Westmoreland, dee'd, no
tics is hereby given to all persons having claim a
g.inst said vstatc to appear end file tha same, au
t :: r.;U :i cd in ! e matm.-r prcs ri'-cd by law, on or
b ;' ! t:tc l.-t l..v : July n.-x-., or vha tamo wi'Jb
'.. .rrj 1, ?cth in hi .v and e jrd'.v. f ' '""
njMlOSE indebted to James & EJmundson, or the
JL or the undersigned, for Smith and Wood Work,
for the vears 1SG1, '62 and 63, are reqnosted to coma
forward and settle by eatdi or noto. The book must
be closed by the Is of March uext.or an officer will
attend to the collection. 1 will be in Pulaski every
Monday, at the Store of Ezell & Edmnndson, until
the 1st of Mtrch, to attend io the settlement,
jan'y 5, St. JOSHUA JAMES.
DB. J- F. 6S1NI, OR. C. C. ABEliSiTUT.
DPvS. GRANT &
HAVING associated themselves in the prnctico of
Medicine and Surgery, respectfully tender their
services to the people of Giles and the adjoining
counties; and I.opo ny strict attention to business
to merit a liberal thaio of public patronage.
Special Attention Given to Surgery.
Having had ample experience in the Army during
tho war, and being supplied with all tho appliance
necessary, they feel fully prepared to treat all case
entrusted to their care.
- VtTQJitre near South-icai Corner Public Sji:ar.
P. U. EZELL,
Ezell & Edmnndson,
East Side Public Square, Pulaski, Tenn.
Keep constantly on hand a fall and assorted
STOCK OF GOODS,
Embracing a great variety,
LL ot which they oiler at lo r prices especially
their elegant stock of
ltfady T-Iade Clothing.
All kinds of Barter, all kinds of money, premium
and uneu: rent, taken at their market vulue.
Ward & Shapards!
IN REGARD TO
THE BANKRUPT PRICES
Best and Cheapest Goods
THB MARKET AFFORDS.
"Tf yotfwant a good Coat at low figures, go to
B. Shapabd, Bob. Shapahd or Gto. McCallcm,
AT WARD & SIIAPAED'S.
If You Want
A GOOD PAIR OF BOOTS or SHOES,
Go to Bob. Eiupakd ob ceo. McCallcm,
AT WARD and SnAPARD'S.
. If Y'oa Want
A GOOD HAT OR PAIR OF PANT.h,
Bob. Shapabd ob Geo. McCallvm,
at wahd:& SHAPARD'S
Will furnish yon'at low'figures.
If you want a fine article
In Fact, Anything you Want,
YOU CAN GET
AT WARD and SHAPARD'S
AT LOW FIGURES.
Every article waranted t Represented
AND NASUVILLS BILLS DUPLICATED,
Opinions of Distinguished Busi
"Advertise your business. Do net hide your
light under a bushel. Whatever your calling or
occupation may be, if it needs support from the
public, advertise it thoroughly and efficiently in
some shape or other, that will arrest public atter
tion. I freely confess that what success I have had
;i life may fairly be attributed more to the public
prc-s than to jie&Ty all the other causey combined.
There may possibly be occupations that do not re
quire advertising, but I cannot well conceive what
they are. P. T. Babscjc.
"I have always considered advertising liberally
and long to be the great medium, of success in bus
iness, and the prelude to wealth. And I havo al
ways made it an invariable rule, too, to advertise
in the dullest times, a long experience having taught
me that money thus spent is well laid out; as by
keeping my business continually before tho public,
has secured me many sales that I otherwise would
have lost." Stephen Girahd.
"Whatever success I may have had in business I
owe mainly to continuous advertising, and I deem
it good policy to advertise long in the same papers.
From a close observation I arn fully convinced that
it is impossible tomakmuch headway in any kind
of business, without tf facilities which the press
alone can give. Jacob Eiocewat.
"My motto through lile has been, work and ad
vertise. In busines, advertising is the true philos
opher's stone, that turns whatever it touches to
old. I have advertised much, both in tho weekly
as well as-tho daily papers; nor have 1 found that
those of Elks' largest circulation, of either class, ben
efitted me the most. Joiw Jacob Astor.
" Advertie! advertise! advertise! This is tho life
of trade; and standing advertisements, yon will
find, will prove the most remunoiative, at least I
have found it so,during my business career tbii far;
for should you withdraw but a single week from the
paper in which you are accustomed to advertise, ten
to one that would b-j the time whtn some would bo
new customers will look into the paper for your bus
iness address, and not finding it, yon will lose sev
eral profitable sale. Williajt Ghat.
ZT" Don't forget that wo havo a splendid JOB
OFFICE in connection with onr i';wspapcr estab
lishment, which en aV .-' ' '!-,up as beat job as
cm bo di'Tio n- wli- r " Bing on your
NEW A DYE RTISEM 'NTS
M. D. Le MOINE,
Office So. 11, Cherry St., near Church,
P.O. Box 875. JuulCd-Sm
HAMPTu.N i. CIISEMT,
TBOB. . rOIXTZB.
BBMi. e. EOT.
Stratton, Pointer & Cbvii-
For the saw and purchaso of
COTTON AND TOBACCO,
Wheat, Flour, Pork,
Bacon, Lard, Dried Fruit, Pig Iron
AND PRODUCE GENERALLY. ...
Nob. 9 and 11, Broad Street, V
NASHVILLE, - - - TENNESSEE.
7E will keep on hand a largs and well aaleotad
stock ol .
FOR TII3 WHOLESALE TRADE,
To which we invito the attention of the Merchants
of Tennessee, Georgia, aud Alabama.
Strict attention wiil bo paid to receiving and for-.,
warding, and to the sale of Groceries and all good
on consignment. ,
Being in the largo and commodious Store and
warehouse so long and. favorably remembered a -Fi.-hcr,
Wholes o Co., with tho immense shed
a ad storage rooms, we feel prepared to handle all
Cotton, Tobacco and General Produce, as any houso
in tho city; and expecting to establish our business
upon a pormanont basi.-, wo promise to do all in
our power lo merit a liberal sharu of public patron
age. BAGGING and ROPE always on hand.
References.--Thoj. Martin, Ezell . Edmandson,
Gen. Jno. C. Brown, Maj. Thos M. Jones, Marion
Children, Pulaski; W. F. Kervheval, J. C. Good
rich, Wright & Trentham, Fayetteville, Tenn.'
TREPPARD & CO.,
PUtASKI, TLTiJT. .
DEALERS IN COOKING, HEATING
COAL OIL LAMPS AND CHIMNEYS,
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS,
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IR0N
ROOFING, PIPING, GUTTERINO
ALL KINDS OF REP AIRING, . i
1i OR OUT Or DOORS.
NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE.
jan 1, '63
CO. EAST COB. rCB. SQUAEE, TP STAIRS,
PULASKI, TEJfX. ;
"17E hare now one of tha largest and bt pr'ntic
W csiablisbmenta ever put up ia a country town
and are well prepared for executing ail kinds tf .
Hither P.'ain, 1'ancy or in gay Colors,
with Neatmess ajts acccract
And at Zotv Kattt.
BOOKS, PAMPHLETS & CIECULAES
DOXI I!f HAXDSOM E STTI.E. " , f
BUSINESS AND VISITING CARDS
printed at short notioe.
Inritation Cards and Ticket,'
1IAKD DILLS, -
POSTERS. PROGRAMMES, CHECKS
done in handsome, style.
HORSE AND JACK BILLS
Blanks Printed to Order
at the most reasonable rate.
It is our determination to pare no exertion to da
servo the patrouage of this county, upon wnich r .
shall roly confidently for success in our anterpriw.
l. W. McCORD,
33ook and J" ob IPrinter,
octb-xajt cnti1 pcjrc sqcabe tr stais . -
PUL A fl, TENNESSEE. J.: :
CASH ft ".. Jcb-worV-. No Job c .
taken froitui oui.s until faid for. , f
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