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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 January 1878

CURRENT PAPAGRAPIIS. Southern News. Strawberries are blooming in Florida. Ten inches of snow fell, at Wythville Va., Sunday. . Members of the Mississippi legislature receive $500 per annum. Gen. Longstreet has leased the Fied xnont huse at Gainesville, Ga. The Atlanta Constitution is alarmed at the increase of morphine eating in Georgia and Alabama. Col. Gustave Cook is writirm a historv of Terry's Texas rangers, the proceeds of wnicn wiii De used in erecting a rnonu ment to the regiment's dead. Nashville American : Mrs. Hannah J. Davis, of Allegan Michigan, recently willed to the Baptist institute, of Nash ville, the sum of $5,000. The will has just been admitted to probate. Austin (Tex.) Gazette: A piece of bull neck beef and a cup of slosh made from old wool hats, parched and ground, together with a piece of alum toughened bread, cost in Austin restaurants the modest sum of thirty cents. The Warren ton (Va.) t?olid South sug gests that a history of the famous black horse cavalry ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 January 1878

FAR 31 ASI HOME. FUng liry Cow. Ileal Feeding and Animal Digestion U the title of a new work by Linus W. Sillier. Mr. Miller is an experienced dairyman, and gives tie results of his long experience in a comprehensive form. The giat of Mr. 'Miller's system is the feeding of covs during winter with three quart3 of Indian meal per day. He as serts that this amount of good Indian meal, fed under proper conditions, is more than the equivalent for til the good hay a cow can be coaxed to eat that the animal does not need to have its stomach dwtfnded with a great bulk of woody fibre, which imposes upon the iys'em a larwj amount of extra mechanical work both in the processes of digestion and re mastication that, in brief, bulk in food i not advantageous, but to themtrary, and that nutriment in food governs the condition and health of the animal, and that con tie n.-ation of nutriment is true economy. Mr. Miller has conducted physiological investigations into the functions of the four stomach...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 January 1878

1 ; f .. : V -.."r-A ... .7". ;1 ' i THE HICKMAN COUEIER, Fill DA V. : : : : : JAN. 13. 1S73 Jdzrrfist r mnt trHtl in their Javort b o t-.-fr hurKlcy morning to in spore I.!, air-ua e m .xriy pi per. IOJI UflKK. Tlio furni Pl-fy of Ietiek, Nort an.i lim-lie!. ii. ., . . .. i'tn, v, Ai;i'S, sc , fcUij can do oi t in tlii !' . Tit.... . - . . i- ur; lf:u -Oie X 0 Sumis IriHti,! nr tl.e AirncuUurul rtT. tl of K-nfmhr wiii-U seem to be a v:rr cjmv'ete work. Brodier Mower oi tl Krorir"! t Lurch, will preach at St. IVul church iuodiy niotaia; r.u 1 ui- hi. " I'here U Lne Ua o Fbniii.-it wed-liu ia our commuiiiir th: weak, hut th was ta lu-Je Uenhriie concluded to i nu 13 a-ic ii. See, elsewhere, tho card of Msrc. Du-,l.ri ...1 Whip, !e. ctn-lidu fr r. lI0,bof the eUtf,,'kil.i.8i ,vli k ........ .. .1,; - : . . .. . .IAv.,UiU. 1. UcteJ. to the hest of their cuprit v Choice le Ori.'.-iitlS u.t r ami iMolis.ses.nt. 11. AI. MBTHIY S. j Sse in miftitiH. tk ...! .. - - - ' - ' 1. k ' i. 1 J i '...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 January 1878

a.v. F ' a. iaim 'n Vr ' -J - .-L.11...! 14 1 C KM AN CO UK I EH. GEO. "WATIREN. i : r-' : r v , i , 'TTo:n7? F-ftii ditiT Clinton fTTl. 7 Oldert Xfictypptrin Western Ktniucl. lriee of KulMteriptioK. 2. FRIDAY, : JAN. IS, I7' T!; nn?s-.n.i;n currency ( pipit i ef the United J?ta? of a l ..sserip lion st the pref-ent -Life i-i ofu-ially announced to be f 303, 134 0i2. TllF. lower branch of the present Legislature o?pnibled at Frankfort is composed of 47 fnrmprs, 27 luwyors, C rfoctr.'", f morch'iotj, 3 rucLanles, 2 editor? and 1 clerk. Gov. Intone, iu hi- uitsjj;e to Mi??!5ip i Lrsij'n'ure, pays: Tlie 'o tal del pr.'pernf lim St it; rn the 1-1 Any of tie prcseut uiouili, i l-.-ss tlmu S000.0G0. Dasa, of the New i'ork tuo, is a perfect llocdliouod, ond can smell a- ?r.l.l n trail a; ever tracked H ;Oltl II imn e vr r wa uui.tu Mr. IIyes doesu't aiinJ, Le will tree Lira where he ounhu't to h. iiib-u'i V..J...J, v... on Turkey at a fearful rate. They luve pained several large victories ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 February 1878

CURRENT PAPAGKAPII8. Ponnlar Science. . - Entomological specimens may be instantly and easily killed by dropping a Dit or cuioroiorm in me juaevi. o u--No flattering nor relaxation of the muacles is perceptible. Drawings made on the assumption that the light lalla Irom the leit nana corner appear solid ; but if the light is made to fall from the right-hand lower corner, the objects will appear hollow. Two hundred and twenty street lamps - at Providence, R. I., which extend over a distance of nine miles, are now lighted and extinguished by electricityin less than fifteen seconds, "by one man. The souring of milk during thunder storms is very rapidly produced. Malvern W. Ties considers this to be due ta the conversion of the oxygen into ozone ; the ozone then forms acetic acid, and the acetic acid causes the precipita tion of casein. The Japanese make a bird-lime, which not only snares birds, but which catches and holds animals as large as monkeys. Rats are easily caught by placing a ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 February 1878

THE FOOL5SH TIBUIS. " The midnight conies, and my lamp ucfiti&l : " (Bic nii stormy ha iiisht wane on ) i-Utera, hel! ere ray hope l killed : Glveot T. ur store that my lamp T M fl'.Icl. trbe BridRroom into tbe Huase hath gune ) " Sister, help ! " They hive rloJ the door. (Biark sad etoruiT the ninn-. mnacs on.) Naught they gave of their briniinmK slure, Each on watching toe lamp she lx r. ( the Bridegroom Into the Uoe hath gone ) "I wlH kcix t, though the do;r 1 tloaol " (Black and atoruiy tha niihl waui-s on.) lord. hv handmaid walls L!ucluI Arouna uie uii;ht like a river fluars." I Che Bridegroom Inlo the liousa hath goaf " Who knocks so kite from the darkened ljuft ? " (Black and atoruiy the niht wanes on ) " 1 epart! I know nor great nor )ea-.t Who orinns bo lirfht to ta uiirriaie feast. (The Br.dogrooui iuto the Ilouas hath gone.) Depart 7 Too late 7 Oh words of doom ! (Buck and sloruiv the oUht wne-ioii.) Waich well thy Uui;, thai it lUht the gloom, And show the wi to the...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 February 1878

1 ( r ? y f THE HIGEEAN COUlilEU, 1 - ir :: " ' " " - j VI! 1 1 1 A V VV.1X 1 lKT.-Ai Advertiser inut semi in their favors ty8 o'clock lliuriih'Tj irnji rmi.f tti in sure tlu.if tycaruitt irtujy J();l tV0 7ki. The Cotimva Otfice la now thorouch'.v fill JisLei with new Job Type; t.lso, a T"ii i ! pupply of LtTTKR, N'oTk ni. i L:-L-l.:.' l'APLR, CXHVS, &.C , Mi.l CHII do work iti llit tieatcet atyle n ud at ciiy pr.ces. iioa. ileury Cu tup bell, li-is i tj r- tluoe.l a bill iu tli Kentucky Ltsii'nt'.u e to r-es tublish the whippitijj puai. Rev. C. U. Ilatla u, (cji ) preached for Lia church last Moiiu;iy iiig'.i ct t lit vhite 13iip(isL chuicii. Tho 6cran,b!e f ,r cauuty (..Hij-js i elaw'.y JcTcIoj.ir. Tkd mor the wor rier. The cry at Uuion City i lor nunc i!r,-tllir.jr Loiists. Tie CLroiiitlu evs j tl.cy can't tuiKi hotnes fust cuuui. j T!.ree ucproc.-f orc !d at I'fi:.' j last vTtrek, utijr the vagrant l.m. 1 key brought ji-jjejcU. All the ouiJUu!e3 for t.-.urt!v - ; ; ten in ti...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 February 1878

i i ., i V ' ' .- ' ' ' I " Prsims. fr.t rrw rv of Kentucky r.r3 :. W2T C.itJ e; j c....t.j nTw0 C-: I.--u 1 GEO. "SVVTinlSN". thsn o.irsi.ann! rfvn-v:. The 1 'p! (,n.i kfi !at he icU . "(,! Oh'i'TOS : ffnt the Ffate ran wiihui iis income.'! fil,..ut the prop""' j"'''i'(j",r''. nary crprn-cs i x any puip-i-? vvhnt- i' . . ,(pi ,,. (, V f J - -J. J- v ' - - TToit!i P.iH.lin fiinton Street 7 ii? QUrtt XtcTairr in Vrit.rr K.-1-fl y. Cieorxf Warren, 5!'LaT1. poever. iiene. v. n u-ve. i,! ''-I . , ,h .v . txf,Moj oy r pei-.tet. my u. C'ioorgP Varrcn, jJE 1- 1 ""J 1,0 "r?fl1 ,0 n;i-: !'- .;. h-i i,,e r sn-ri.-Ii-ure a ir.i Hon .) n -:ov ... ... ; ...y V;i,.,,.r s, . j viM , , FRIDAY, : : : : : FKI5. 1. I:-Trs !.-n,N y,t .r :.i r.,t .r', j,.. ;; ;r 1 . , !., I " i. i K.ui,. , , i i. u ' ; A-;f ,,v,, -.--.---tr-; r num! f-r ?Rcr-:. i I v L'j !. M; -.!: j , r.r... .!'.'" i ' t. ; -jt : ..:iv.tl ..c .i:,,,.,.,.,! , ....... j :: r;,.- s .k .', s THE LouHvi io J,-&-rwh Hwo-j ,.rprojT:a-io V...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 February 1878

CUBRENT PXSAGRAPIIS. Southern irs. The receipts of cotton iri ulanta this ! rear will exceed those of lnhv about 1 fifteen thousand bales, which ftl make ' the receipts over one hundred Visand bales. . The Alalnma and Great Southern!. road has had recorded the first mortrrx for $1,750,000, to secure the payment fli. bonds issued for the purpose of payingV indebtedness and tn fnnin thn marl. - i r The Memphis Co-Operative Union gets its column of southern news foi its patent newspapers from this column ia the Courier-Journal. Bet it won't take this item, though. Courier-Journal, Southern Aew column. on t we, though ? ,5. i?. U. Chattanooga Z Dispatch : " Judge " Roberts has g;na up to Meigs county, Tenn., and will swim one hundred live geese down the river to this point, a dis tance of nearly eighty miles. The wings x of the fowls will be cropped to prevent em from flyine. and the "Judge," in a - caoe, will drive them down. of HJ;.r x? g l nmnieipal debts cities. other " 'a-o rinc it...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 February 1878

JLET "UYGOJfrS BE BVOOSES. L-t bygone, be by one.; il bycones were clouded By oLriit tuatocc-ieioue ' c pan of r Kiel, Oh Itttbeu in da kst oblivion ts suiouded, TU wUe, 'lis kind to luifciTa and loiaei. Let bygones be byrese. ari l cool bo extracted From 1U over wnlch It U !m! v to fret ; Tbe wimt wf mors.!. have fcoli.sbly act, d The kindest are liios who loii;ie "d lorei. Lit bygones be brf-ones ; oh, cberUl. co loi?ef i he loouxbl tan tbe ran of AtTrnm has set , Eclip ed for a miu-ut ita rays wnl be stronger, il you, Use, a 0-iiUt.iin, torsive and turret. UtbTKOiiet bfonM; your heart wUl tUihtT TleB-tuol your iove will Im purer nd b.l.hlr j ll. otike, yoa .;ri to forgU.-a tor, j It bygone be breou; oh P?" f lhe lpTtD ! Tootuer-i. wr.o craving l:ie uwrcy ol rieivea, Are sadly loo slew to .orfcive Bud Kiget. 11 bygones he bv.-ones ; rememW bow deeply To heaven onwi-aace we all lire in debt : III IUA111-V. - - - -1 " I . . They raiu-! (tuts lonciina (rooiiiooi too c.iespiy t fur.il...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 February 1878

THE FxCEMAN COUillER, . FVn o ,To . I- , FIUL, : y ,. . , . . A'rt,,- in,t ,,,, fAar Jnvor -.f'tb rhu-k JfiHsJj r.torninn to ' mrt iJuir ajjear-.'m in IriJujf' paper; They (ir !.f . ! Mr. N'miim .1: liver. .1 u Mtir;.!iv l,c tui-edt City !i.-t i.i-!:t. Count j four? m;tt4 n. xt M-.r.J-j, Tho raltoti Circuit Co':v( c-onvcue.- There are iio niiBnun-t nirnl f.-r p.'v eriil cf t! host, j-.iivinc eomn v rfT - cts. - What's the iiictter? TI.e t.r. ., ; Mr. Norri?, a n-forme.1 tlrunkarJ. rrrj.ws contiiniln his Mm t.iiy T.i,!; r nnce meetings, the wi.ole oi'ne! vvet-k. TIi liver fit Ii it kair.ii !, ,4 f .u nieuce.l f.illing. Ai; i! falling. i riaa- u vers arc Mr. IIo!f, r,f the IVnatfrs ' o.e. Iliokroanjiai roatej tlt- Mclv.-i-rlo licit I, : nutl will short ly tnarc to th.U j-lace. Cumoionwea!ihs Attorney No:;!. ; with a rar.-y of Ilicku-oa fricnJf, is o:i HcdfoM La'uc, Lunt-cj.th-H v.-c,!;. The Ovcri0?ts of ro.j. are trjiti;.- j to repair roaJs v.-itli laa I. The approach i of Circuit Cou...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 February 1878

7 v f . f ! HICKMAN COURIER. rm!e rU' 'le fo"ii UwaVIt Kfl-Ser. j - i , !lU, .m,. dlSC ivn(!c v was s,...v t.i ;t , :..,. : ft i " ' " o - 11 , ,, - , F-BMStlEt CTKRT WfFK BT T.-J V : 1 ., ::: T" fjstt If 21 . '-" X5 &. i i-j.i, t,,o Ae-b.iii tM.it NP.riher.i :.!... ! ? 'V . " 1 ' GEO. WAEREN. which has brht do, Vt'bim ! e U'-cr,s: cePnce ofLe luritr.Jouru:.l. i:; j , t !,,,,, t,f fi hi CU!I , Vl- LiCLl i , . . ., , , , , S.-n ! tor tjarorier, oi "" , . mie, 1 no i '! i.- iu;v in :u" exortci ; 'oennoeiatton of a t he h-inkers :e ;P , P a , - ,t. r.-u.'ti'i.-n which ; .. .1 ' : . . .: . ' u.irir ( ? -i .- as re'erred to v "- - : uu p"t-. iua3 v.u u.c i-int'e-j Pin ,.., rPTHtVe the jillroJ J-i'.'Tl : fi,!:1.,;;i... 2 ' W eu-p-. aJfc-C :ii..t3' J - - . OFFICE : TTeime Buil ling Clinton Slrcef. s'ockhoMcr-f of bir ks i-i t): the Oldctt XtWTuaprr in Vi'tstrrn Krnluc y. j Kent ceiy. The Li 3erc Price of Sii?scrijiJ I to ta8 the shart-!. h-i.- !,y ,...;k Pi, ' Ketitucly ! th -'t A r.-j...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 February 1878

.1 v . " .jr. '- . .'- 4 ' ;.' CUKREXT PAILIGKAPHS. Southern News. Atlanta Las only ninety-seven law yers. The Chattanooga Times says a bear chased by dog3 in the mountains near 'that city would double up and roll over the cliffs. Twenty-two towns in Texas are or ganizing companies and making prepar ations to build the roads to connect rfJm with the trunk lines. The Georgia Home Insurance com pany, headquarters at Columbus, has earned for its stockholders a dividend of twelve and a half per cent, for te- past year. A rencounter occurred at a marriage in Clark county, Ala., last Saturday, in which the groom was fatally wounded, and Hunter Smith, of Mobile, killed outright. Among the shipments last year from the port of Wilmington, N. C., were 70,- -370 bushels of peanuts, 101,832 lbs. tur- pentine, 5o7,60t bbls. resin and 501 bags ; ar-bestos. i Peter Cooper is negotiating f.r the pur chase of Limestone Spring-, near Spar tanburg, S. C , where he will establish an institution similar...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 February 1878

faiim axt home. FeedingCattle. One of our exchanges, in alluding to tha JatteD-jng or feeding of cattle, where the same Jarmer rear9 the calf and fattens the beef, says: "It is evident, from what is going on in the live stock markets, that it cannot pay to leed an animal that re quires from three to five years to mature, nor one that will not be extra in quality and of heavy weight. No beef animal can now be raised or fed with profit tLat will not reach a weight of 1,400 pounds at least, at thirty months old. A grade abort-horn Hereford steer of 1,300 pound., at two and a half years old, will sell for $70 to SO, if not more; and it M certain as any tiling of the kind can be, that tor many years to enne the value of beef will not be less than now. Such animals as these, frxl Fkillfully in yards or pen?, with a moderate allowance of pur chased food, that are always available suca as bran, millstuft, lins-eed or cotton eeed cake, with roots or straw grown upon the farm, will produce an...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 February 1878

d ! I Tin: 'i'Aasfi-23 THE HICKMAN COURIER, ! litli itistaut, it beinrc Mr. EiutoR: A large nimi'i'i' ''' -" 4T tti i. ' W:i T,,nJy. 1 ., . t . !-...... ........ I ffe.. .. i;. r Hon. r. i 1 Circuit Coii" ;'.v' ntiA- lli. ,o-q tiip Uninhlit'iilln a ."plti!"iH j , ri,., county, was iani-n, . : : : : tcu. u, 1010. I i.v'..t , .ua...,g i - ' r ,t,. .! . - w- .i.,..'t thi i ... .Ja fnr me itm -tf; v..- j . . .... held at ' F.J. CrofsUtlJ on the Financial t!i.-oi:es. the f'oniit.R j the Court Utie, to. - - ' i .,:.. f .-".i-iti.Fs i-.-:-rt JIJvrrtiitTM mvrt send in their tavon M3 Sl.' nl Sins. ; i der-n . th; w-'li'-r ot. "'.w Vn--.vs'in evt-.y particular, but we ; . , .1. , .:,.- i i. u j i, . s . :ii r. ..... ,...,, .a i . ri T I . . - - t It, tin? (til, UIB m j l:so-',ieuCVt hC V" " ' ; J I'll v. i ! 1 : a ioi u mm v : x . j J ,.r !-.. :.:llO-4 11111, 'J I U - rrrniUii , a tl lllll tl . 1 1 '. ine ll"l'-t ' i ) against Hon.' C. I,, i democrats and the bravest i Ar te ?. rr-3..rz-w HIC...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 February 1878

s - ...i- V " 0 HICKMAN COU'RIFjH. GEO. WA-IlTCTIsT. CPPICE : ' WfjM PiiUdine Clinton Slr"f. 7 A 0:det Xrvtpaptr in T'tirr Ksn'irrl-v. Eriec of Sisbnerip S?2 FRIDAY, : TT: "fKI. 15, IS73 , . m ... .1.1 M J. 1. . 11 '- J-im.- e j 'p- rl-c ! r f ; r .v t 'r ? 'I'll? p?ice !err::s h-t-Ti r. U-j;-i and , Turkey reir.s to ibi'ifer n-e ' "! Itflti has already Li-en flie-l between i lio' two l..r!i2'"i en'.-. The ilti'i-h t lion is intensely nroo-c furiously. Turkey b English aUtrinc? Tfjo rxfss ' tu !5 -. i. . s The the I 'ult'-i!) has refused r..ni.-h Geet to e::tr;r the end growl. thiowii if: 8L 1 hc-Pi'tl-T-h wii !..-f, ;il--lt I Jl'ii-.-lf t) to nel!e5. nrd Ilus.hn (mo'i now o.".-up Conitjn'i-M'j these are TllE rifTe?r bink tax bill will Which EuJ ami h :" aiwiyt sa i :m i be certain to brine on n trer:'r Dill I peno war. K: down ?r Gbf. nr, 1 ii . i A f . ! Ji ll e law 'IN. o An t o i.ni us.; ..!,!;.. i, iea I i j i u u t 1 i er-. -.i.'.v f!.' ...J u:, 'u. .'. n..e :',-.. t Lor u., V...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 February 1878

CURRENT PAKAGItAJPIIS. Southern News. Richmond is preparing to buil d a grain elevator. - - Virginia killed only three railroad passengers last year. Twenty-six negroes, exclusive of chil dren, left Gaston, North Carolina, last week, for Kansas. The lower house of the South Carolina legislature tilled Moffitt bell-punch bill by a vote of 54 to l'3. There are eighty Masonic ledges in the state of Florida, and the order is repre sented as in fine working condition. It is thought that General Joseph E. Johnston will be f leeted to congress from the Richmond (Va.) district, without op position. Wilmington (NV C ) Star : Owing to the long continuous warm weather the bu Is on the peach trees are swelling and almost ready to burst forth. A great deal more gTaiu than usual has b:-en sown this season in Mecklenburg county, X. C. Wheat and oats are al ready visible above the ground. The supreme coiirt of Georgia Las de cided, " for a man, without some r&uo cent reason or excuse, to put hi...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 February 1878

FAI13I ANI II03IK. . labor Difficult. ' (. H. Flwce recently rrad an aJJres be'ore the Shelby county grange, dis cimirg questions of raeracnt to farmer, in which he faid : "Hie result cf twelve years r hard work rince the war, in every branch of airriculture has been a general decline in pro-.ni-r.ty, a lamentable increase in the area of worn out land, a very meagre increase in farm improvf me nt.., and, withal, a genera' rosu!t at once mortify ing, discouraging and un.-atisfactory. Indeed, farm laborer, and some proprietor, far from being prosperous, are gf Leral'y poor, .;opela-s.y in debt or insolvent. "We attribute thi-i sad condition of our people, in a large measure, to the Uci thai no ryntem of labor hsa been generally adopted rlnce the sub-ttitution of fre-3 for slave labor, which has been uquittble, remunerative, practicable and permanent." Living, permanent institution.! cpring from vital rm, and can eo core be manufactured to order than one can fabricate a freed of perfec...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 February 1878

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Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 February 1878

a it M a The uo favor date have pipmui-i a vr:, lincrce:- to s-re the reople of u.e Lommu ealiu a Ike OUtrtStvrayrin Write A'f ?!. j G ovcruor. They t.U Wro. Liro.say. now ol i:f Cam HICKMAN COURIER rUBLMBSI CT1I WEEK BY GEO. WAIF-aN". OPPICS : Hinie Iiuil line Clinton Ftrect, .- - ii Mflll Tib ft l 4 ' I IV !t C a , C . - . d - . i I . B.vrrl W l mm mm em m m m m.K m m ml m mm. II II kll Ik W m m -m i e reason far ha, b.eo ra..u.r V',,;',,, lhe new Senator ! Geo. Aodersot, ha, been tried and IIe,e ,a a fPec,'" ot the s.u-h orr.b!c for aiiuouticemeat., b,lt to ! 0,oruroro Keutu-jfcy: "He is c:c t-l ' c;iiic'ed before a conrt and jury in I tr"- "r-:'n of ibe po!;,jcal tramp : the following naziied t:e i ilu-Cn 1 Cict t pii.jeMc ot men, and .-r.ip .vt'.v (Jiim ul haviiisr tamptic-d with ! '-Conciliation ianow .ror,,,t'l- a0t pipniueJ vrtlliiijruei. t,. S(.ne .?.Jrp.rtar to him wih h-...'s of -ociLt, it-turns fai a,u them, the ' prseutitiir the uuhJr:,!o',e i'u' " . . . .. . ... ! I"0....

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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