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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 24 May 1878

r - .- 'mm s.a - - r THE HrCKMAN COURIER, MAT -M.'ISTS. jlJcrrfizers tmisT teiiil in their favor ly S o'clock WiursJiiy morn ii j to in sure their vjy.varunct: in Iriday's Don't Fall i:li(nS (he ll.aI I. inc. CtlTl'.EN Tux pavers, ttie firsr of April is fast aj preaching. This is the isheritfs lead Line. Ir yen fail tv pav your IHU'8 until then, you involve liim aii.J hit. trcurii:es j,i L'O pt.r cent. 'damages above (' instj due. Vou have Wen iu t'u'gc.i lung as ibc mi! two of the case wnl a Jim it. Vou must now p:iy or take he Miitnimcfs of te failure upon J u reel vts. Inspect fullv. maifc V. ll. V. ALULK, Leritf. Tl.d Xashvil! II :c ktnan at Y arrives iu M. EcjrLiucu MuM.uita Bars onlv ceiits J II lf trr t There will bu plenty of wheat Luy crs la the llickmau market this season. H et Campbell, is eonceJeJ, provti the finest lrsh potato crop iu the Couury this seasou. TI.O Colutnbu Sentiuel cays wheal cmtiu;; will commence iu that vicinity TIi,.M;nnl.,-.i,. v 1. c. .- lhO iraiu c...

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. — 24 May 1878

v W A -RRKN.'or ur,y r,thrr party, in dclarmg .e 4 ; KO. . V U. l-v.iv J i . ., ' . . H,-,- iTniUins-CliMou Firwt , V V.: ;;;,,,. ' O'lrf"" '-' 1U : - ' (jcorc Wai'ron, -"'rill - " . rifP orMW"M ' v: : MA 2t, IS KU1UAY, t. n i Mlled that Cip- It i n-sflrib J as ?p ,-ition ")r 'J ... : Z--' r Ir take T.npland and Uu'-!bi longer . 11 tlmni-'' to make peace thio u -ouiJ iu iiout. : Thf. Demo-rat won ine :".' uhout inveti,:atirp Florida and Lon isUn. They M go to work at once. Spaior"jnTufck has beet, inrited to deliver au address at the Fnlu-n couoiy lair. ' MrLio i very tifk and i not ex pected to lire. His deposition ?liou!J be tnken nt ouce by the Iran I Invca fijalion Committee. IJyc vi.iitinf statemen imJ confi dcBlial burKmu niakers nny a well be spreading their urulrllas. H i K0111? to )G a 2Cod deal more ol ft shower thanfhey have been eoiium lor. TilEBE arc. 5.D0O or U.OUU votes Jlakeil away" in this Con:rcsiuiia! Liltitt, to iro for the candiJafc who will favor and icurl. for...

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. — 7 June 1878

- - 4 , : ? X Russia CUBKEJiT PARAGRAPHS. Southern News. Vicksburg Herald : While a petition is being circulated te commute the sentence of one killer, another killer is taken in custody. So we Co. How would it do to let the law take its course for a few times ? Corpus Christi, Free Press: While shearing a long-wooled sheep, the other day, Fred. Frank, encountered two small moccasin snakes that had ensconced themselves in the animal's fleece close to the skin. They had evidently been making themselves at home for some time. Corpus Christi, (Texas,) Pre s : Th flood of water on the prairies in many places has forced the rats and skunks to abandon their ground lodgings and seek friendly perches above high water mark. The prickly pear affords temporary re spite for the rats, while the skunks along the lice of the railroad have a partiality for mile poets. A dispatch from Ashville, N. C, says of Bald mountain : Last Friday night the noise began again ; the mountain shook at in the throe...

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. — 7 June 1878

FARM AND HOME. Valua of Owls. A correspondent of an English peri odical Bays that a pair of barn owl3,which occupied the loft ot an outbuilding for several years, and reared young, had proved themselves valuable by the num ber of field and garden mice which they have destroyed. He had watched them after sunset, and saw them bring in every few minutes a mouse or young rat. He pleads strongly for owls. Onion Culture. The rrairie Farmer sutn? up briefly, and gives the following requisites for the successful culture of onions 'High mauuring, a perfect tilth, smoothness of surface, early and thick seeding in ac curate drills, an early use of the weeding cultivator between and aa close to the rows as possible, thinning the crop as it begins to fill the drills, and the re moval of superfluous plants at the second weeding will insure success, and that at a minimum cost ; and, above all, at a profit to the cultivator. South Carolina Phosphates. George Clendon, of Louisa county, Ya., after tr...

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. — 7 June 1878

-" W"': - 4 y - - r7 TEE HICKMAN COURIER, fkiday. JUNK 7, .1878. Advertisers mvf trviiti their Jurors fy8 oV?or7v- Tltvrtdnji morr.intt to in tnre their ufp-rurvitce in Friday' Don't Fall X?I:ir.a Doad Uuc. CITI2FN Tax purer, the first of April is fsst approachin g. Tins is the fcheri2"e l)ead Line. If too fail to pnv your tatr-fi until then, yon involv him and his eecuriiics in "0 ver cent, dnrnazes above tbe tt,xs di. Ton have been in dulged as Icd ss bj nature cf the case will admit. Too rant now j-ny or tske the cnnsfqnpticps of the ftilura vtpen yourselves. r-petfij1! marS B.U. WALETTi. Sheriff. Ba,ShoTt communications on pnhl'c questions printed bui. not responsible for sentiments nr expression of eorreo pondnt except where we refuse to give time of author. The Ssalris Hidge school district voted 20 cents local tax for free schools. The colored people of thi county .re preparing to celebrate the 4ih of July, at Hickman. D O. S. Mie hns been nttendioo Mid lie Tennessee Hock sal...

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. — 7 June 1878

0 ' St ' ; " c m. waoirit at .4ae:f TEE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, : : : : : JUNE V. 1ST8. Aih'rrtisrrt nvtf trvf in tlrir J a tort ly 8 o" flock 11tvrdny morvi?a to in turt thiir ppptarvnve in Iriihiy't poprr. Bon't Fall Ilchir.sl Urn ii Line. CITIZEN Ts payers, thefirpt of April la fast approaching. This is the fcherilTa Dead Line. If yen fail to pnv your taiea until then, yon involve l)im nd Y-lr aecuritie in SO per cent, dnmaees above tbe Inxe dn. Ton have been in dulged as Ictttr as h nature cf the cae will admit. Too mnt nrnr py or take the consequences of the failure upon yourselves. Iifpeetfult v, tnar8 Y7ALEEII. Sheriff. t5X8hc-rt communications on pnhl'c questions printed but not responsible for sent imerts vr evprcssron of eorrs pondtnts except where we refuse to giv? bads of author. The Saafp Ridge school di-triei voted 20 cents local tax for free schoo's. The colored people of tl.t county are preparing to celebrate the 4ih of July, at Hickman. D O. S. MiZea Vina been aife...

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. — 7 June 1878

' j , N -s V" t ,i land -n 'U.I1UII - ---- ---- HICKMAN COUK1EK. I01UIRI1 TTXKT WtKX T GEO. WAKREN. - OPPIGS : He'Bse P.ijiHinz Clinton Ftrest. The Ring In ISl othtrirt. The great bug-a-boo which frighten the averape voter over an I above all thing else in the ordinary p.!ii'c,l 1A CUttt Xew.j iptrin Wttiern Kentucky. George IVnrvc-n, nIior. I'rlcc r nltri;.iosi, 2. FRIPAiT. JUNE T. 1P78 The Tripe Ci n.'ity Pcai'-crat think thlt th? Orcerjbackfr nuc disturb ir e Democratic; j rP;rripme iu thi. district. n - Jrroit Biqof.r and .Tijd;;- Jdr.r'siv t.oth home men, are MI.UfM ' r Governor, and wiM 'ta-'id" for ih couDtle of rl.ij District Well, il.i pair prjvca that we can elect most at y msol LtiS lien rpent in rehashing ihe di'patet of the last Presidential elec tion and more in proviJioi Biraiost a rcpetitiou of them in the future i what the country sow demands ol Coogrem. THE Columbus Sentinel and Clin ton Democrat arecarryinj on a heated fut rover-y. The Sentinel nao cn demos the De...

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. — 7 June 1878

V s HICKMAN COURIER. roiutm ctbrt wcrx by GEO. WARREN. OPPICB : TTelni P.iiiilincr Ciimon Ptrest. Jht OUtttXtuijtTin Wt$lern Kentucky. Qeor;v Vtarvou, lTMiir. THE PRESIDENCY. ,,'liatever may bo the result of t.. iu ventilation into tlie count of things else in tbe ordinary poioieJ j 'fc presidential vote in Florida and The RIii C In litis district. ! The great bu-n-lxj-i which frightens the average voter over an 1 above '! contest, is the charge of "nns." 'ph character of the Anieric-.ni FB1PAY. The Trie Ci tt'ity proic-crat think thit the Orcenbackf-r nut disturb e iJenioeraib prrHrrairtrrie in .thi- d:-triot. Jrror. Bionrn. n-1 .1 w ? ir Lin-Ian Loth home wen. are cat d:ihi'e ' r Gofernor, and will 'ru-$cl" for ih couDtio of thii District Well, il. past pr-jvea ihat we can elect mo?t hi j t03Q ! LtSS liui? fpe-nt in rehashine th. dipates of the last I'rI feoii.il elec tion and more iri providing against : repetition of thera in the (inure i hat the couu;ry d w dtiii.nJi ol CongreM...

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. — 14 June 1878

' CUKKENT PARAGKAPHS. Southern Newi Items. The abolition of the Sunday ordinances will b an issue in the next municipal lection at Atlanta. The Texas court of appeals has con firmed the death sentence pronounced on ten persons'ior complicity in a mob. Gen. J. M. Woodwortb, U. S. super vising surgeon, is looking after quaran tine and hospital matters along the southern coast. The Memphis cotton exchange pro testa against the extension of the patent of Cook's cotton-tie. The patent has had a full duration of twenty-one years. A frank but ambitious Kentuckian thus advertises in the local paper of his town : " Being in a close place, arid de siring to pay my debts, and believing that the office of assessor would assist me in doing so, I have concluded to become a candidate." There lives six miles fram Richmond Ta., Mrs. Martha T. Hopkins, who is only thirty-nine years old and has just married her sixth husband. She was married at twenty years of age; tok her second husband when she was ...

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. — 14 June 1878

Til FARM AND HOME. Hints on Worlmf Butter. Do rot work too much nor too fast. Work slowly until all the salt ia thor oughly and evenly absorbed. Otherwise the butter will not be of uniform color. Working it too fast will detr6y the grain, and the butter becnmea ealvyand lard-like in its texture. Let it stand or put it away in the tray for twenty-four hours. Then work it enough to remove all the buttermilk or surplus brine, so that the butter may become dry or like a pie e of cheese. Mould into roll, and set these away for twenty fUir hours, or until they become hard and firm. The cloth should now be put "on, so as to cover one end, while the other is left open for the stamp. The cloth should be cut in pieces of exact s;z3 and dipped in brine, and the butter rolled when the cloth i3 dripping wet. Eutter should never come in contact with the bare hand. When in bulk it can be easily handled with a ladle and a flat pa idle. Thinr ing Fru't. An orchardut who makes his tree3bear a moderat...

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. — 14 June 1878

f . r... i ;.; I. ' THE HICKMAN" COURIER, FRIDAY, : : : : r'JUNE 11. i?T3 Adcerfitfrs vit."t srrtd in tl'.'r furors f ..5 -.. . 7 f '7 O " ' -Ul tC A II "TO n If T.'ll ii e ' " ... - i- .-7 . : jure llicir crrarovrp, in jcrwv-i i i " ! IJon't I'm II SlcSziml CITI7EN Ta:: pnver. the f rsl r,f April ' BRING in your Wheat we have secure! is fnst approaching. Thi" j h Sheriffs Deal Lin. If yon fail to pv j an agency and pay the highest dsli mar your fixes until then, you involve him j r.vd his s euritips m ;'i per cent, inmnirs nVove the tsxes due. You hdTp lcon in- 'nlzpil us lonjc ns nature of t lie cn.e will nilmit. Yon mnft now pnr or take tlie con!pence! of the failure upon yonrcelves. rtppctfiillr. mar8 1$. K. V ALKER, SherifT. E?jXSliort communicntions on p.iihlio netion printed hut not. rr?poniIi!e for vnt inint9 or e'presnions of rorr" pondents except vhere we reftie to give name of author. Plainnier is builJing a Dew livery stable. The Auditor of Kentucky thst tlie school fund...

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. — 14 June 1878

i I IC K M AN GO U Kl E R. - rSBinnkl TT WK BY OFFICE: Eaine'e BattJins Clrnton Street. 7A CUt h"'f!'Tin 'Mtfrn Kentucky. Cfiore Warren, Edlior. Xrie of aIc;Iplioii, 2. FRIDAY, : : Jl'NE 14, IS7S A Sirt is a fool who delight iu fool in; fuoli, anJ a fol who is fooled by Fh a feol, is the foo'ihesl fool that tth erer footed by a fool. Poilsftsrar General, Key is expected U delver th Fourtk of J uly addreti. ia Vlensphis, where t-?y are f rearing fir a graa-1 eelebrti.n. Tkere is a French prophecy which wya tbe end of the world will come vibea Kastcr Sunday falls on St. Was' Day. This will be the ease ia Tka Ciwt!n GreJb Pantagraph JiB.k.s the oly way to keep sotuo Kntkiaa from carrying concealed waapoas dr their alothsi ia to take titt e!the away from tbetn. Cta. Jlodiaa aoooHoees throu-h t' Frankfort Yooroao tha he will utanakahe race for Attorney General, bat will devote his attention strictly f b.w professional duties. Owl. Taruor and Cl, Swns. candt utcs fr Congr9s, were in Hick ...

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. — 21 June 1878

CUKKEJiT PAJRAGKAPUS. Southern News. The AtiatLn (Texas) Statesman says the crop reports from all over the State promise with certainty the end of hard timg. . Miss Eliza Maury, fourth daughter of the late Commodore Maury, haa issued an address to the women of Virginia, urging them to make a determined effort to redeem the financial honor of the state, by organizing into local societies, and by making and soliciting contribu tion ior the payment of the public debt. The valuable mineral corundum is be ing mined in large quantities in the northern portion of Tallapoosa county, Ala. Dr. Lucaa is now paying $65 per ton for it on the ground where it is dug, or three cents a pound in less quantities. It he strikes the main vein he will re move his mill, the only one in the United States, frem Massachusetts to Tallapoosa, A man in New Orleans has invented a process of manufacturing mirrors wbich, it ia claime.l, U destined to lake the place ol the quicksilver process. In only ten or fiftee...

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. — 21 June 1878

i" - ; FARM AND UOME. Raising Tomatoes. The French mode of raining tomatoes U an follows : As soon as a cluster of flaw-era is visible, they top the stem down to the clusters, which toon push strongly, and pr-duce another cluster ef flowers each. When these are visible, the branch to which they belong is also topped down to their level, and this is done five times successively. By this means the plants become stout dwarf bushes, not above eighteen inches high. In order to pre vent their falling over, sticks or strings are ttrctcheJ horizontally along the rows, bo as to ketp them erect. In addition to this all laterals whatever are nipped off. In thU way, the ripe sap is directed into the fruit, which acquire a beauty, size and excellence unattainable by other means. Sailing Stocl. One of the most important things to attend to in the care of farm stock of every kind, is that they have access at jJl times to salt. ' la this connection we would again call attention to the bad practice ...

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. — 21 June 1878

' . r li . . i 1. . t '! ."', TEE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1S7S No lofal items. Firmer? gloomy about" wLtbt. Com pi0"pect9 splendid, if farmer vergetdry weather to plow it. Hon Jno A. Ganiuer i a pro f oo tire ClMt fer'Covernor of Tennessee. i 1 .1 :ii . i llie ires im-iiooi win commence m lit of September probably a tire mouths aesnion. Oar County Candid ites will bj down oo Fufion as il.itk as ihe Culortd giasshop pers, next Saturday. Candi dates will brintr on the trei.eia! engagement with the people after harvest, and keep tbo war up until Augusi. Youn-- people enjoyed n d'li'htfu I social at Planter's house, Wednesday night, tad mine host, Thos. J. Lmo, prov ed usmbt.i pnoctiv wua.orJ. Grucey & TLotiir son, have r t oor wharf. new mill s iii to be lie finet ever ia h:s country. They will put it up near Dr. Wilsou's. Oar chool i-.Terest. look Itkhtoi ad better now than lor many years, and it getting in better shape. There is n precpect of baving two first c'as colh-...

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. — 21 June 1878

V-. - n. f i. 1 r 1 . HICKMAN COUIUER.; P0Bti9Bt Kxr.ar week bt OFFICE: Iteinie Buitdin'r Clinton Srt- 7A OlJest Xe-mpaper in Western Kentucky, j Gcorjje lVarreil, S'i!ir. Z cso' Irioe of Subscription, FRIDAY,'.: JUNK 21, ISTS -t . diJates for Onre have Tut cau im ltTsta n Jiu erjaritely come to with him-e-f. no one e'e. tint it m net we I to mate appoiniiucuis wt r nnlil after harvest. i a THERE will be a t..hl ecape ft uil no on i ne -' " " v- be viable in Colombo, in casern -ua . . ii northeastern Tex9, between Aew Ut lean-, Galveston an J Cuba. Through- nnf th( Unite l Sutes the eciij i.-e hi; only be partial. , ... j- ; , THK Greeobaekers iu th;s Distr.ct r, . f . 1 ..... ,1 nominate. 11 f a 'I J I u a 1 3 Of , . . .... Tl.tj w nil HO I ne V Will . . . A.n :;. choose between me ieiuo. i.n.c caU... , . r . I r! dates as to men ouc a .. suits t'lem b!st. and as all the c?Ddi Jate'Dre tiuctured w ith green'. ack pro clivities, and are creeaia j i-t as far over to the ;;reeobueker....

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. — 28 June 1878

CUUKENT PARAGRAPHS. WAIFS AND WHIStS. Southern News. Southern papers say that one italic of oottoa could be profitably frown on plantations where two new grow. The Louisiana so gar crop has been Tery much improved by recent heavy rainfalls. The grain area in the south Ls said to be larger than it has been at any time eince 1865. Texas last year raised over 43,000 bale of cotton more than any other state in the union. The Jews in North Carolina have pre sented a fine suit of clothes to the govern or of the state. In the South Carolina public schools there are nine hundred and forty more colored children than whites. Marion county, Texas, is becoming the seat of large iron, mining and manu facturing industries. Lemons sixteen inches in diameter grow abundantly in the mild neighbor hood of Galveston, Texas. A base ball tournament for a prize of one hundred dollars in gold will be held in Chattanooga, on the Fourth 01 JU!y. The planters throughout Virginia, complain of the fl r in the t...

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. — 28 June 1878

ISHEB TUr TIOLtlS. T OMVEK - D Lt'USlMFs' H. t hands irfc. . . cei white; .-...mire lit-, rut c s t-'-ui." a:d Ro ; li rpjrt are s'i;it to t i.nd il-;Lt t olil the bite vsiur--. auow on enow, Auvi lay h.r . hjie ihe rioltta blow. . Tut rot rnmtb a graven Mono. To p'.-a i f ir tars witn alien eyea ; A e.Mier co of wrodaiotie S'-.M'.irav thiith.rea muilen Hem. 1 j paea leneata tbe pe- ceiul skioi. An t gray oH trees of biu-esthmb Sna I wheel thoir c ro in ebaiows round T. toike the worchin-jsunilhtoita. That .to the r vnnaH from the zround ; And drop thtirdtal learea ou br mound. When o'er their tou;hs the -wjulrTela run, nl ihrouli their imw i la robins call, An 1, rii-emu,; in tlie autumn s-jn he aVorua and the ci-8tni:;s fall, ljubl n ui thjt she will need tbem all. To h-r the morning choir shall tin l: matin" Ir-jtu tne bra-iclw-a bih, nl every minstrel roice of t;riru 1 bit thii n. beneath tbe p il siy fcbail Krett ber with its earliest cry. W 'n,turTi.n round t'u If dial tru-k. ...

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. — 28 June 1878

t , r , ...... . - ' ... 4 -4t to m THE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 187S The citirens of Union City held a 8)eMnp, n behalf of th college at that place and elected Dr. Edwards, President; Dr. Evans, Sec y., and J. Ceck, Treasurer. Oce day last week, a man emj 1 y-d at Sboffner't raill, in Obkn county, below Illck man, was caught in the machinery, nd killed instantly. He was a deaf and dumb man no family a stranger but wasagoodworkir.au and useful ciciien A case of cholera occurred" dp.it Jordan, in this county, on list Sunday, Miss Kirley, a yo-inz lady of that ni?h borhood beinir the ictim. Dr. Alexander, and other rLysiclins. pronounce it a well defined ease, as we hear. A case occurred also wo learn at Union City. Cairo will ceipbrnfe the 4th of Julv in a buee mnnnr. The celebration will be under the auspices of the Kniebts of the Mystic Krew of that city, and will no lonb be a jrraod mtcm. There will e a grand parade which will be participated in by the different societies...

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. — 28 June 1878

s ij - KICKMAN COURIER. PCS US "IK I XTrRY WKX BT GEO. WARREN. OFTICE: Hrime Biihlinir Clinton Street. 7 he Otf'it SfKtfxiper in Weitrrn Kmtuek. George Warren, I'd I tor. Price of SulncHpiioii. 2. FRIDAY. JUNE 2S. 1878 After next March the Democrats wile have a certain mij'Hty of six io the Unite! Sutes Seo.it. with a stronp probability of fix or eight more. We suppose they wouM also require the Mayor to do Ivs share of strect o.eaninsar.d hoJ-en ryin,;. so a to "equalize" matters more effectually Gov. Williams, of Indiana, has been aked for troops fo asit ia supptes inz riots anion? the miners at Co' Creek, ia that State, where the white miner and negroes are said to be fightinp. Conventions at best, are bat the counterfeit presentment of the wi!l of the people- If therefore, when we can reach thi will directly at th regular Ao2t elcc'ioo why ue the 'counterfeit wheo the genuine is so convenient?" The reult in Oregon appesM to have hsd a depressing fff--ef upon the r.epiibltCHn man...

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