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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 March 1878

CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. Southern News. Governor Hampton's firat veto was the chain-gang bill, and the house bus - tained him by 102 to 10. The American says : Tne population Cf Nashville and Edgefield, by absolute count, ia 1877, Bhows 40,319 in which many thousands of suburbans are not included. Une-third interest in the Kimball house, Atlanta, was sold to Oen. Robert Tombs on Tuesday last for $31,000. The hotel is now owned by three gentlemen , nd is valued at 1150,000. It coBt 50,000. Tho demand for colored convict labor- in greater than the (Tex.) peniten tiary can supply. CJolonel Cunningham, the leseo, fisds no trouble hiring out the black jvepie, who are preferred, espe 'CiaJIy Tor the farm, to the whites. Nashville American : Tnree hundred student? are now attending Fiak univer sity, of whom half are boarders- Every aorubern state is represented, besides the tates cf Illinois, Wiaconsin, Iowa, Michigan and Indiana. Chicago sends seven students. Only one hundred and twenty fire w...

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 March 1878

Ill FARM ANI HOME. Management of Hot-beds and Cold-frames The structure and management of a hot bed is much the same aa that of a cold-frame, with the exception that being started earlier, the requisite tem pera'-uie baa to be kept up by artificial mesas, fermenting manure being relied upon for the purpose, and the loss oi this heat has to be checked more care fully. Select the locality in the fill, choosing a warm location on a southern slope, protected by a fence or building on the north and nor.hweat. The situation should be dry under neath, sheltered from the north as much sj possible, an 1 fully expod to the sun ; it should be built up from two feet six inches te four feet high, and wider by six Inches every way than the frame to be placed upon it. Set pots in the prwund, nail two oatus to these parallel to each other, one about a foot in height, and the other toward the bouth about four inches narrower ; thu will give the sa-hes rent lug on them the right blope to shed the rai...

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 March 1878

V " " ' - . I !!.. ill 111 mmtjk-s.. ... . THE HICKMAN COURIER, Fill DA Y, MAR. 8. 1873. Advertiser tnitstt tend h Mtr j-tror tjy "5 O rincic A lnr:i.iy niorniny i' in tfre their opy-'-a r nee in triday Jiipel - Mr. Jacob Plant ... r rir.re of tin? Vet, bs I rcn ppen.ling rme itnys iu Ihekm.m, this week. .1 . V. Ccrmnn & Co, of Ilickmnn, Bre sfhMi-Iiini! a hrnr rh hfno nt Ml den, ?.'o. Ve v.ish them norq. Kbipr Isnic Fewel!, of th' Chri'ti.in fiuirch, will preach nt the Paplist ohiireh FiiJay hu.1 Sfitiirlny nighi. m The Mardi firas celebrniion nt Mem j.his was a grnnil nnl ploricnn success. TLe. Hickman excursionists were expect e1 home last evening. Spring Im. come, atid f:irnicr4 bein to he active. ne Joes not hear them complain of nothing " h from now till i next winter. Thecountry is the place to ! find work. ,The farmers in tl.N section Piy .the j tvLeat-crops never lookctl better than now, j and there 19 a chance for ii hig harvest in I prniik The fruit farmers are. howev...

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 March 1878

r " a. 7 ST HICKMAN COURIER. PUBLISnEf TEIT 'WEEK BT OFFICE : TTeime EsIIding Clinton Street. T k OlAett Jfevtpaprr in VTes tern Ken tucky. George Warren, Editor. Price of Subscription, $2. FRIDAY, MAR. 8, 1878. The Whipping Post Law has leeu defeated. It was a tie. nJ Lieut Oov. Underwood killed it witL his lit tle vote. The new silver dollars will be pro duced in a steady stream at the Phila delphia mint the latter part of next week. Tue terrible crash in American nds predicted by the opponents of silver bill has not occurred,, nor 0e it seera imminent. ''&sry S. AIoss, Louisville's es- 'dertnaa forger, hag been released Trora jail on S10.000 bail. He is in veVopr health and it is thought will not life tr his trial takca p! ace. Tbk Czar of Kos'SYpd the Sultan . m i t . i - . oi iurney nave Eignea the peace terms, exchanged coneratil! listed, and made frier da, leaving Kog lanij and Austria growling. The Kentucky Legislature ha pass ed a bill filing the legal rate of inter est...

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 March 1878

CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. Southern News. Mobile wants a steamboat line between "that city and Cedar Keys. - They are taking steps in Macon to ward the erection of a confederate monu ment. A North Carolina mother killed her child the other day by throwing it at its father, The agricultural population of Georgia i 000,000 bouU, and the number of acres in cultivation is a trifle over 600,000. Three colered men graduated at the iieharry medical school of the central Tennessee college,and were invested with ihe- decree of doctor of medicine. The exhibitions given by the Tennea iee poultry association, in Nashville, were attended by over five thousand persons. The Liberian exodus association of fSouth Carolina reports that one hundred thousand colored persons have signified & desire to emigrate to Liberia. Hie report of the adjutant general of Texas shows that there are over four thousand fugitives from the justice of the Lone .Star state, and forty counties to hear from. , . The supreme co...

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 March 1878

A. -is FARM AND HOME. Value of Cobs. According to a single analysis reported in Frof. Johnson' " How Crps Grow," thoah of corn cobs contains forty-seven percent, potash, four percent, magnesia, and nearly four and onehalf per cent. j ho3phoric acid, which would indicate that cobs are very valuable aa a fertilizer ; l ut the amount of ash in corn cobs is exceedingly small, being only abont one l.ali of one per cent., or eleven pounds in a ton. This would give about five pounds of potash, worth not far from hair a : dollar. The best use we have ever known ' cobs to be put to as a fertilizer was aa lidding for calves. The cobs were placed Feveral inches in thickness over the floor of the pen in which calves were kept loose through the summer. The tramping of the calves broke the cobs into small fragments, which would decay readily in t?j soil, while, as a clean and comfort able material for bedding, they could liardly be surpassed. At least, that la the rt port of those who have used t...

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 March 1878

. ' ; i .Li J" -S-; sv;,sx. .-."- 'IMH.; . " Mi llWim n - l THE HICKMAN " COURIER, f A College rnorosiTioM v.;: where in this is n i ' k .m a :;. - P RIDAY, MA II. 15, 1ST S, Ailrerti'ers ntmxt semi in their fivrt f'V H n'rlorJc Tti vrs-.hiy morn i rig to i't fire iiuir oryptarnnce in lri:ht p:iper. That m-y ,- J:!i-!!ii:b"s bei,ef:-,a arc ie- iusu f.iissci n oijj fniK'. i ii .; Prof. Halyhurttm, I rived from g4 colleges by commuiik.es li4ur in rY.f.-n co.i.iiy. is bi; J -,ei fsy0'. -V 3 favors us wish n biijf larMiniri.io,, ftre fortunate enough to poBiess ; 9;,p,,,so t0 ),,, ,i1(, ,. ., u, 5iU ,, an sueee-lig his inten'io js of -T iblishii! r ' Hi em is " WC'S kuowu to ,,'-' 1 ?' j election r.ii iho ii'-iij ft colt-re fct this ci ace. laa cov ;.:t.bi;.-, : tn-tn. building, should ii--i c.st ie. s dun lii, 0U0. Tne Professor has tdont h T- a.:ue . unj cJ;l'Jl'' 1" ( a ; jr J m ii 1 I'm iii tn-.-f u: iti'.. It has n.'t I,,-; j ,? re to day synonym of learning j ,,, . -' t. ,. ... .....

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 March 1878

w -'d'" : r HICKMAN COUKiiK "'ii 'V 11 ; t of , . " stead JL&te of may i :i rCBLlSllKI 1TKRT 'WEEK BY GEO. AYATiKK It is an cv( r day c.v irr .... Ive.itiefc V IKmuiXTu' s-"-y .il. ; ' ; i - : i - ' i. -i. n ! i r " V Haye ' t-.feia:r b ; r Pres; J than Ti! Ion w ouhl ha v.. .-.-idi-. it s - i Si !;, ''i.l f I i. . ju. i-t. fc- ii f:.;03, PARLSp Heinle Building Clinton " , io.-ji i'jlv,.ur, IA 1 This n-r.v ri- :u.d wi ia some re-pc:-. H.-c P',;"-'j . 1 j, !.- i: I i it i ; ; i ; - i George Warrca, ' towaHi 1. .- b -u m- t e wi'icv una-' : , eliOI llisi nun ' i.e ... J t 1 so: 'ule for -'" - - . ' '" 3 . f- . . , . ; A y. ; t.-av!i-r -2-.t -a- s i .rfn,! ----, : i; v .. s . f-r' T T 7w-i -n- r-i - . j. i e mi; ' -via. a ... i liii ! .... '." - I : : l .-V 1 0 V , . And '. -e V' i.-i- ton:, , -- - ...ti f:.;r - r. a !-a it o-c'1'- " " ' ....... v kiii-j ! ,:-4 " - i- ..... . ...... V11? r f. ) i FRIDAY, : MAR. 15, 1873 ) under I iiden it v.a.u '; .-o n-id. rt i on'y a policy oMh''...

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. — 29 March 1878

CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. Southern News. The moonshiners of the Alabama mountain districts manufacture crooked brandy. Atlanta ud to the 12th inat., had re ceived 95,774 bales cotton, against 86, 552 last season. There is one lot of land of forty acres In north Georgia that has yielded over one million dollars in gold since the war. Mobile policemen cet htty aoiiars a month, and the chief fifteen hundred a year. It is estimated that six thousand voters of south Alabama have forwarded ttitions to Washington, within the past r two months, asfcirg the passage oi me Southern Pacific railroad bill. Five colored men were drowned in Jackson, Mies., the 10th inst., by the sudden rising of Town creek. The rain was very heavy, and all the bridges of tbe creek were more or less damaged. Memphis Avalanche : From a gentle man who has just returned from not Kprings, we learn that Hot Springs is to be built up light away with substantial buildinffs ot brick. There is over there dow a tobacconist from Ne...

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. — 29 March 1878

'11. FARM AND IIOMK. riivrr the (braprst terillir. Thomas Maddox sends to the American Farmer the following timely suggestions to Lis brother farmers Leibig says "that in a soil where there is eo sulphurie acid, clover will not grow." Ground plaster is the cheapest and most reliable mode of applying sulphuric acid to the soil. But many of our farmers use little or no plaster. This is out reason why clover faiis so often. Our farmers do not prize clover as it ought to be prized; enough clover is cot own; when sown it is not properly man sgrd; it is graz.-d too much. - The value of clover, as a renovator, is ia proportion to the growth of the stalk anl tha growth of the root. If the young clover is tramped by stock, or gra?d off, the devtlopment of the plant is hindered. If grazed too closely, clover, instead of renovating the soil, may prove to be an exhauster. Clover is a biennial plant ; it attains its fullest growth the K?cond June after sowing is better than it is in the third or...

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. — 29 March 1878

f : i : - sctvs".T..- ax.'tr- TH" TrTrV "I rr,'rT-Trr 5 Th -Mum hv ' r-n.iP..i.. v.-',' sjust J.r iovT!i-.r. . .. . lnab.ied interett. Th-re- .1 a r :n- s ' p' ' r",!": I 1 "IFr: t'H VV' ' ' t jf fi ii ;5 0.; cf the Kiekm., (!!,. Monl.v .rd j cou n is of Kenui,-ky are specking i'av-r- A iaJ V 4 Vi Wyijfk VIII DA V. : : : : : MAR. 20, 1873. r. ' K" ma n , w name head- no.lM.-h nl?i,t a IV w- aeeesi.,.,s made. tuls articw. lur "'. appn ' Thursday llPth' fp Hwvs v; e '1 ;. u- II td, ' ably "! thisgi AJ,CZh!rf "7', if"? favT' The Club, duvii.jr t!..- ,fl,,,, w,-,k l,,v, ' -Jefferson" has to Say on the subject .So,-??,,,,,,,, lrc(M01liltiii:,;,,.i ,il,.,ail,riColui,:..n1:.i: , "r tr'tr onpntronrf- n Iruhtii s I ' ..T. ,,.., .., lV en 1' !.,..- n.,,., . I -A '"''P- 1,1 1 '' a.' sorted ' V i altogether ihey n.l.h-1 '.- t:t-iv nutucs n- 1 ..ere a ". tii,d. 1 nsui.-J .-r -P"Prr- I .... ,. , ,; ei'v.-rnor. ail ' !..,!. are titi-d f.,v the ,. ... , . ... , ST. LOl'iS. HICKMAN. , 'litHl tin- wi...

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. — 29 March 1878

f A i I) J' VU- O.ic -J::3 Mi! It THE 1IND OFJTHE WOKLDi ! ' " ' ' ' 7' , . ' " o.o '" ' " A' HICKMAN COURIER. The fact that l-l.sQ.l in r-.!y TI- .... Mir r'u ' , I ,-,:! LI,,, I'i,.!,!; k ..... ,.,,..;!.. ctllM! a-'ur-J oi Uea.w., bu. !:M! ft.,, j, vut M, ,r m:v ,her i - f " 0 J"A.AJ. V ;V.iiiil-i . and 'st cf nh,..h on!, lo.t be : -m Lit- v-.e-. i'-'-- .,:,.!:. n ,i , .. T -V " , I " OFFICE : ly crff.jv.-TurvJ, .-hnv- Low .',. ,! bc Jt-F ., in the I i - J :"-' met. ; - ' -"- ' - ,sr.jrAb 1 1.:-:. Li- i ; -. i fr, l-b "',,i",l,LJ i t ill Ihe .! y i:!t. r It p-.. j , '-.to vet; Heinze lbiiiain;; Clinton J-treet it i' i :t r - , . . . . I I : 1 ni I' r,r' lil iL'JD-!:t ulU'UIU'll' , - - ,.,-. .. l:;..:;;.-;: ;;;,;tr;;,rv:'..;;-; .y,;!--:';;-;-t:-:;: r-, .-,7 , ..-7 -iJ1 u" - of airr,,...,, S:-,;;-- i--c t'.' '" 'P CIIKAP CASK STORE 01' rr-- cn,if,oflf,, war t i,,,;. Wmh, ,:J r l" ;lWurv to l.,.!J hi-cCi ,e '"; y-n.ru.;,... tn-or ho '-i:!..;! .:il'.v h n.J iK bv , ' Thr Nt iv V orL S...

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. — 5 April 1878

CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. Southern News. Chufa planting is acquirng favor in Georgia. much An Alabama judge baa decided that an; one who sets a spring gun doea so at hia own peril, and ia to be held repona ble for any damage dona, even to tres passers. The Poles, Germans, French, Bohe mians, Scandinavians, Italians, Aus- trians, Hungarians, and Slavs of Chi cago are perfecting an organization or the protection of their rights in their adopted country. A Sacramento woman accused her husband of attempting to kill her, and he was sent to prison for two years. Then ehe begged to be sentenced for the same term, because she could not bear to be parted from him, and, the judge refusing, ehe went away and tried to hang herself. A huge Ekull of some animal, sup posed to be an elephant, wm found im bedded in the sand near Santa Barbara, Cal., recently. It measures across the forehead three , feet two inches ; in height, two featone inch ; in depth, one fot two inches. The brain cavity is - sixteen ...

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. — 5 April 1878

yxim AND IIOML.. Pastura for S:r.e. Too lull .attention is given to this matter by fanners; and in this they eland in their own light. The hog is a grazing animal, and during the season when grass supplies fcod for stock, he will do better when kept on it than when fed on anything else. On this topic Prof. Eodn?y Welch says in the Chicage Times : " A hog is as much entitled to grass during summer as a cow is, and will profit quite as much from it. As a dairyman studies how to Lave a good pasture for his milch cows, so a raiser of hogs should study how to have a good pasture for his Weeds nd stock fccc. Too many farmers give very little attention to the food their hogs receive till it comes time to commence fattening them, when they are impatient to stuff them with all they can devour. They seem to think it is only necessary to give them enouga to keep them alive up to that time. "A good hog-pasture should contain an acre of land for every five hogs, tak ing them as them come. Clover...

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. — 5 April 1878

, - . , , . .. . - ; s . -: J " '' "... ' f -' t "" r V THE HICKMAN COURIER, 1 KIDAY, '-p-AWUI. 5, 1S7S AJvrthrr mut semi in tlir 'favors lyS achx k 'lltur&'hiy w.rnii-j !o ia sure thrir appearance xji Aridity s taper. Don't Fall Itrliiiid tlie CITIZEN Tax purer.", the firt ot April in Out a r preach ir jr. Thin i? the S-lierins Head Line. ITjou fail to pay your lutes until then, yon involve him inl his securities in per cent. dsini.12-9 above ti p igta due. You have bppn in Jii!red s lony as ili nature of the ens will admit. Von nmt now pny or take the consequences of the failure upon yourselves. liespectfullv. mar .'II. R. WALK Ell, Sheriff. It 13 stated that Congressman liyorio w ill beta candidate for re-elect iin in this Pistrict. The 0l.. of the cautlUve huir.l in .be U.,1. It wsrb'es a3 sweetly H3 the voice of th turtle hull atij croquet e'u"'9 sre coming in playjto amuse those who litei ucli games. The weather prophets arc prcdicMn? dry iimmer. To be forewarned is to be ...

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. — 5 April 1878

' 4 THE HICKMAN COURIER, -1 111 PAY, : AHLIL 5, IS7S Atlrrrtifrs vtnt semi in thfi'r 'favors hyH o'chtrk Jltvrsilny Morning to in $ure their appearance in Aridity's ptiprr. . Don't Fall' Ilcliiiicl Hie I$rnd J.iri-. CITIZEN Tax payers, the first cf April in fast a p preach ir-g. TLin is he i be rift's Dead Line. Ii' you fail to pav your taxes until then, you involve tiiin nl his securities in per cent, dmii.w-s wf the tnxr duo. Vou have been in dnliied long as nature of the case will admit. You nmt now pny or tkc lie consequences of the failure upon yourselves. Respect full r. n.r ,'IL R. WALK Ell, Sheriff. It is stated that Conzresjman Boons will he a candidate for ro-elcetiou in tbia District. Tlie voice tf the c.tudid-Ce is Ij.i-i r I in i he land. Il warb'es as sweetly Hit the voice of the entile. lias tall aud croquet e'lth are coming in playjto aiuuae those who love-? audi games. Tlie weal tier prophet are predie'iti? a dry rummer. To be forewarned is to he fore-armed; but the...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 5 April 1878

... - , -w 1 : u V V 1 1 10 KM A N COURIER. OFFICE : " TIrlnie Uuildinjr. Clinton Street. fft Offft feKHntfrr in Western Kentucky. George Warren, Y2d II or. Vrlce of SnIHcrlplicsi, $2. I'RIPAY, APRIL 5, 1378 TrtB KntuckyLegisltnre will ad j-.uro, Wednesday, April 10, shie die. Senator Heury Tyler was theauthor if the new penitentiary . Ol R Stale Legislature . has appro priated i'i Out) to continue lic fi.-b cul ture Commissioner. Trfctims i erne ! TT : r . I r.,;r-fl H .tw Secret Political Oreaii gallon l ite flit; ! (fl.J- "IH lit n !. They are aireaJy apj'oi i.tin;? ddegarcs j to the Anpellale Co" er.i ion in Soi.: u I Keafucky.'i houii the Convention lias wji I yfct been called Exchange. Yes and this has'e ou the part cd I " ........ .,ru fell i nst rn .-v i mi a f.., . thion"M a , All in on t';,. " Use Ten- tlie Cr'ruut. apirm'9 to sua unsuspecting counties, manipulations of personal tVu fleets neither credit on the ., n r ?,e leaders of their party have oman urtr Ilia Ibninprn...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 5 April 1878

i. ...i. .i. sV.. i lir-re-- gwr- ." ir- IllCKMANCOUJRIER rCBLICnil XTKKT WEEK DT GEO. WVTITCETST. OFFICE : TIetnie Uuildin Clinton Street. T OUft jVeiefntf-rr in Western Keirfueky. 3oorjre Warren, ICriilor. Vrlce of Salwcflplicsi, -S2. FRIDAY, APRIL ., 1378 Tnu Kntucky'Lfgi-latnre will ad j iuru. "Wednesday, Arril 10. S-'uc Jie- Senatur Henry Tyler was theaulhor ,f the new penitentiary bill. . Olft St'i'e Legislature . -has appro priated 3 Oui) to continue the fi.-b cul itirs Commissioner. III M til. They arc already ap;o-i.tin;j .1 ! to the Anpeliale Con . eoi ion in is-j -i Ken-melt v.'i hou-h ihe Convention liaa n. yti been called Exchange, f who 1 1 th- j -- . . . . .. IHOVtlllrl.i 1 iiltii l-t -ii'e I I li i,. !.-.,,. .. c ! 4 rv Socret FollaI Oreati- J Tne mi.;..vi,er, U3 ,-,., u, jXitliai I te ; uonui im niters. ;reet(5i "" iu Ttuf a.tfcivnt inur, 5nf,r.:,t, ? lull ini hit t h.T I.,... .: j - ----- - v. i ii . w ( III! , ! - tl Ol I Li flip Titir.iif ... . .. .1 f .. r, ,.1 ...

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. — 12 April 1878

CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. Southern News. The Sou tb Carolina legislature mained in session ninety days. The Texaa state assessment shows an increase in one year of $60,000,000, Fires in Georgia and Carolina forests are raging, and immense losses of timber are resulting. Memphis has funded $1,064,119 91 of iier indebtedness into bonds, amounting co $777,000. Tensacola is enforcing quarantine reg ulations as to ships from Ilavana and Rio Janeiro. A Massachusetts colony is formine to move to Tennessee. It will locate on the Cumberland table-lands. There are thousands ot acres of the richest land in Arkansas that are now unproductive and comparatively worth less because of the want cf drainage. Memphis Avalanche: To show the decrease in the cost of building, a con tract has been made for the erection of a Structure on Main street, between Mon roe and Union, for $40,000. It is to be erected ia exact copy of a building on the same street put o some years ago at a cost of $!X.0x The United State...

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. — 12 April 1878

THE BEAUTIFUL MAIDEN. A TAilSKK FABLE. Virf, hwe taoointod eyas I'lerc-d the wal;af ParadhsB, rif joHiU of spotlcs grca I'sea alth'n the holr place, vvntWir,K 'ueath the bioenvnj trevl Kaial with his first eciiacies JS claiooa odor swt and rare Wooded bin. on ri fragrant air. And silver brooklets bro!:e in sous All his flowory war alone. Attwv a maiden strangely fair autlful beyond com par -Fron a near (.proachiuij, height Dawned upon nis raj-shed aieht. . Wbo art thou," he quickly cries, " Sweet enchantress ol mr isj ea ? Pur. never in terrestrial air bboive a vision hall ao lair." Then the maiden by his side, To his wonder, thus ra-pliid : ria the life ycu led below tv'tnt to form my tature so ; 1 am, therefore, what thou sit I am hno from ttvy heart ; iv here you falter 1 and lack, I si much ef bctuty luck, Vor the sembiai.es! that 1 wear Is t hy life serene and fair K hold ! thy earthly doe-Is agree YVlth all the beauty born in me," Joel Benton, in Baldwin's Monthly. FA KM ASD H...

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