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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 6 January 1872

t V.-' V IV v HICKMAN COURIER, PC3L13HEI TE1T TVEEK BT I - George Vvr arren, On tfc comer of Jackon and Kentucky sts (tip stairs.) 77i O-'Jert A'e'ripr'jjrr in WfUrn Ktr,in-hy. T.'BORCiK XTARP.r. Timor. SATURDAY, : : : : JAN'. G, 1S72. The Iassie Policy. We learn that the Padurrah K-nlackiaa cf a late date, males a fl:nr at the Co lumbus Dispatch and Hickman O-i'rier, because of our advocacy of what is known as the l'u.-.sive Policy, and at tempt to give us a pirty reprimand over the shoulders of Ju Je Cropland and the Democratic members of Concrre-s, who it says condemn the policy. So far as Judge Crosslaud is concerned, we are authorized to believe that the u?e of his name iu the Kcniitehians article is wholly gratuitous upon the pnrt cf that journal, aud his name oaht not to have been ued in the attempted criticism. That Jud.'e Crossland does not favor the policy, and that a majority of the Demo cratic members of Congress do not favor it, the readers of tLe Courier were in formed...

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. — 13 January 1872

'V HICKMAN COURIER rCBLHHXI TKKT WETK BT George. "Warren OFFICE: On the corner of Jacksou and Kentucky its (up stairs.) The OU'tt A'ertpaper in Western Ktnturky, CHAS. A: -HOLCOMBE'S COLUMN DR. JOHN BULKS Great Kcmcdies. dr. jonrT BULL'S Concentrated Extract of SUCH U. COMBINED WITII Bromide of Potassium. Purchase a Bottle and carefully read direc tions. rrniTTQ k RTTM TTTjANT. and of Itself KB,Wlt. effect a cure, . but Buchu, when Scientifically combined with Bromide duces a sedative effect, ana " . " . . k..lk aetioa. thus increasing me ,. tion, allaying irr.in, - - :a-m. natural swelling, stopping Pn "d "Sri tion, allaying mauon, q....S - r - ,,-aterthan nd causing the repairs In, waetes, Urn. preventing ..a A and eites nourishment, bealtu yphilia,ia its many forms, Ucers, ana Tumors. . v. ftie If your syetem is ve jymptonn ana """ . , -, ,4. Ua bottle of my Bucbu and B o- nid of Potatuuum atone ;v I.no; Tu t" wbat I say. My record as a Compander of Medicine is second to no man i...

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. — 13 January 1872

Aaaetta and Liabilities of Fulton County. Siatement of ths Astetts and Liabilities of Fulton Cuunty, Kentucky, or the fiscal year ending 2d Monday in October, 1871, to-wit: ASS ETT3 ' Balance io Sheriffs hand on the first Monday in November, 1870, a per statement render ed............ 944 46 Amount collected on delin quent list of County Levy I'oll Tax payers for the year 1S70 5G 00 Amount collected on County Levy P.ii! Tax proper, for the jearlS71,as per settlement of eunie, filed and approved by the court thisdjte 1.SS0 00 Amount of delinquent lift of " CouDty Levy Toll Tax payers for the year 1871, allowed by the Court this date, and order ed bacV into the hands of the Sheriff for collection 1,070 00 Total assetts for the year, arising frcin the County Levy proper .....$3,950 46 Less Sheriffs commissions on amount collected 170 40 Nett assetts for the year 1871. collected and uncollected $3,760 06 LIABILITIES. For which cheeks have been drawn by court, payable out of this fund, 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. — 13 January 1872

THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, : JAN. 13, 1S72. .Gro. p. RowEtifc Co., 40 Park Row, New York, and S, M. Plttescu-L & Co., 37 Park Row, New York, are oar sole agents in that city, and are authorized to contract for ad vertising at our lowest rates. Bklioioc3 Elder It. A. Coleman will preach at the ; Baptist t-Larcb to night aud to morrow, (fiuuJay,) and at night. The .lumber for McCutclien'a new etore Louses, on Cliotou Street, id being delivered, and tLo carpenters will eoui xcence ia u few days. The mul Lui'uiog LeiDj; erected by 3jTi Galloway, adjoining Oswald's Fur niture Factory, is rapidly approach: completion. Mr. G. is an energetic man, and his mill will ho of great benefit to this community. . r Masonio Lecture.--Past Grand Master Fitch, proposes addressing the Masonic Orderand citizens of Hickman, on Friday the 19th instant, on the sub ject of Freo Masonry. We believe the Order contemplates a procession, etc., ou the occasion ; but, "of this we piesume there will be lur...

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. — 13 January 1872

HICKMAN COURIER, rDOtlSHEt 1TEKT WEEK BT ..-: - - fleorge Warron, '0 the -corner of Jackson and Kentucky ats (up stairs.) . The C'dtsf Xttrtpapcr in .Witterr. Ktntueky. SATURDAY, JAN. 13, 1ST2 1 Watlilngrton Politics. The Paducah Kmtuckian asserts on the faith of its Washington correspond ent that the Democratic members of CoDgress aro with few exceptions," cp posed to what is known as the Passive Policy an ' in favor of a fair and square democratic fight for the Presidency. Our advices from Washington agree with that of the Kentnckian, and if the Congressional idea id adopted by the Na tional Democracy wo trust every anti Radical will rally to the support of . the ticket. But upon the contrary, if it is developed that our raemhers cf Congress are net up with the people; and that the rur.jority of the States indicates a prefer ence for tho Passive Policy, we have equally confidence that our members ot Oaui:ri and the partisan who now op pcs3 it, will yield their enthusiastic sup por...

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. — 20 January 1872

ICKMAN" COURIER. e o r s o "W a r r e n O'Jb'JCOS: L the eormer of Jackson and Kentucky tg . ' (np tiriO L Oldest Server Wutern Kentucky. )ArrC0MBEiC0L0MN. ntt JOHN BULL'S re at "Remedies. bit. JOEN BULL'S Concentrated, .Lxtract 01 BHICHHJ COMBINED WITH Brcmide of Potassium. Ircba.i a Bottle ani carefully read direc tions. CCnUBA STIMULA5T r w.,t with Bromide len ie.u ; ' L ..i-ta. nro- rPoUenium ana omer - ' , , fee. a sedative effect, and causes heHby ion. thus increasing; tne r" V""' o.allajinir irritation, reducing a.I un Jr.l Celling., .topping Paiu n J,1h" fion, ana causing m ."' ",. U in tbe human body to be greater than . . : il-.i-a-nnnmiiOTl i waste;- van JrTiw - r , , U visor to tne aystem. . . Kly Bucbu isgoVlfor all diseases arising flJ.7,...L uch as Weakness, and Pain p TP 'J is " the Back and Legs. Trembling in there- Lntenance, Dryness of the Skin ScrofaUJ r, ... j fma. Clcere. and nors. . . . -f fyour system Is anectea y " symptoms and diseases, relief is at ad. Get...

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. — 20 January 1872

fien. Comb on Tecumfh. We find ia the last Lexington Observ r tnd Reporter, a late letter from Gen Leslie Combs, to some one in Philadel' phis, giving a vivid account of the cele brated Indian Chief, Tecumseh, as he appeared to him .on a memorable occa ion, when the great Indian saved the life of the gallant boy Captain, then a prisoner : Ton ask me for . a description of the eeiebrated Indian warrior, Tecumseb, from my personal observation. I answer that I never saw the great Chief but cnce, and then under rather exciting cir cumstances, but I have a vivid recollec tion of hia appearance, and from inter coarse with his personal friends, am pos sessed of accurate knowledge of hia character. I was, as yon know, one of the pris oners taken at what is known as Dudley's defeat on the banks of the Maumee river, oppof ite Fort Meig's early in May, 1813. Tecumneh hud fallen upon oar rear, and we were compelled to surrender. We were marched down to old Fort Miami or Manmee, in squads where ...

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. — 20 January 1872

THE HICKMAN . COURIER; SATURDAY,.: : r : JAN. 20, 1872 Gro. T. Kowni & Co., 40 Park Row, New York, and S, M. Ittevohj. & Co., 37 Park Row, New York, are our to!e agents in that city, and are authorized to contract for ad ettfting at our lowest rates: .- - - ' . . The river i apain fullio:r very rapidly. The rIigsi.-?pj i, at St. Louis," was never lower tliaa at this time,, navigation be ing about entirely suspended. A slight drift of snow fell on Thurs ay nisrnr, which maue the streets very B.oppy yesterday. The t--pilini for the wharf is cornin m very rapidly, and should the weather continue favorable it will all be delivered on time. Col. James A. Dawsun is announced as associate editor of the Louisville LfJjtr. - Two valiant Tutons went for each other on Tuesday much tcrstehin? was the damage. bitini We call attention to the advertisement of MT. John BestiierJ It will be seen that lie has commenced the Bating and Confection business at the old bakery es tablishment near M...

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. — 20 January 1872

nicittrAx-'couRiEit. PUBLtSHIf VTERT WEEK BT "" w e o r g q. A; a r r o n , Un the comerofJackeoaaad Kentucky st9 (up stairs.) The O'Jifi Newriwpcrin Wrrf rn Kenturf.-y. HV.OIXC.X: WlItREX. Kdlfor. FAT"JRPA,Y,' JAN. 20. Ih7 The Missouri AilUrr. - - Ihe democratic orate Central L'om - mitte?s of Missouri and Illinois eacl he'd business meeiin'-ou i at Inch the members politics! situation, and treeaom tneir individual pentiments end opinions concerning it. The " action of the Missouri Commitfco was siniueaut and importaut. The draft of an address to the Democratic voters of the country was asrrced upon, which concludes with an earnest recommendation that the "Missouri policy" be auted upon by the National democracy iu the canvas of 1872. If what is termed the Jlissouri policy is correctly understood outride of Mis touri it consists in this: that the Demo cratic party, as a political organization, hhall place no candidate in the field wherever thnf party, at the last election, was iu t...

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. — 27 January 1872

y .V 1 - HICKMAN COUHIER, FCBLISI1EI ITER? WEEK B7 George "W" arren, : OFFICE: On the corner of Jackson and Kentucky ets (up stairs.) The Oldetl Xeicynper in Wtsttrn Kentucky, CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE'S COLUMN DR. JOHN BULL'S Orea-t Remedies DR. JOH2J BULL'S Concentrated Extract of B U C H U COMBINED WITH Bromide of Potassium. Purchase a Cottle and carefully read direc tions. TUCHU IS A STIMULANT, and of itself J) may fail to effect a cure, but liucliu. when ecientifically combined with Bromide of PotasHinm and other ingredients, pro duces asedatiTe effect, and causes a healthy action, thu increasing the powers of diges ting lUvin'-irritation. reducing- all un natural swellings, stopping pain and inflam mation, and causiug the repairs and nutri ments in the huinatv hody to be greater than the wastes, thus preventing decomposition and decay, and gives nourishment, health and Tigor to the system. . . My Buchu is good for all diseases arising from excesses; such as Weakness, and Pain in the B...

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. — 27 January 1872

V. Varieties, j Carpets benight by tie yard are worn! out by the foot. - t . . .1 r-.rottv nr.1 ! minister." A compositor set, -a putty stance. Havin- jut received the ui. , j m.k s;- "r.xi7 (after LiMU- l. , . ' T dronr.ed itiuinv pocket 1 Q COHipanj yarn. .. .t Iirk.e. S. will be sent by ;u cuuui 11 i i ' t . . v t J j It was. j A man who had traveled thronph New j Jerev snvs that he nw souie land theie fo poor that joq couldn't raise a distur- j Lance Oil It. ! An old lady tol l her son to list the ; door in order to keep out ne wiju. That will make it worse," he r0P1,cd' "for you well know the wiud bloweth where it Hsteth." A I.k'v tells u that wbeu she was a; poor little :irl, hvicij in the country, phe u?ed to "plant corn in her bare feet." This imparts a new idea of the origin of those troublesome thiui's on our toes. Indiauapolis advertisement : '"If the individual who is trying to wear a num ber eicht hat on a number four head de-ires to recover his property he can fiud it ...

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. — 27 January 1872

THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1S72. Gro. P. ROWEI.L . - " ' " ' iu w . w ' 'TTKXOU.T. & (Jo., 3 Park ew ion, ftre our tolt city and are authorized to contract for ad- K ,n our lowest rates. Fire The reoIJence of Mr J V Porter, Old Iliekman. was discovered on fire, Monday last, but was fortunately extinguished before much damage wa doue. McDocoal, who was removed to the I'adueah jail from May field for safe keep- j ng, and who was iucarcerated on tl.J cbargeof murder, has been admitted to bail in the sum of 750. He will pro bably give the bond and be released in a few days. TnE residence of J udge Samuel Lan drum, was discovered on fire, Tuesday morning last, but was fortunately ex tinguished before it gained much head way. Corn Hauled! II. Pluut & Tiro.. want 1 f) filfl 1 I bushels of corn in the shuck, for which they will pay the highest market price. To be delivered immediately. jan20 tf. Efr.vahd's Chill Cure Acts on the liver and bowels. Bernards Chill Cure con...

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. — 27 January 1872

HICKMAN COURIER, PPBLISHtl .TERT 'WEEK BY George Ar arren, OPPICE: On the corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts (up stairs.) The 0!.U-t Xttr.'j'ij'er in M'tstnn Kentucky. KCORCi: WlItllEX. Editor. SATURDAY, JAN. 27. 172. TIic Political Situation. The political t-ituation npprars to be "luuddled" at feast to outsiders. The past week we have letters from Wash iDgtoo from those in position to judpe of the political situatbn, aud they coufess their iuability to throw light upon the future. The National Democratic cau cus.wet and adjourned, advising simply a course of "masterly inactivity" for the present. The leadins: Democratic journals, throw do more light upon the subject The St. Louis R,piddican, the leading advocate of the l?aive Policy is sau iruine that the Missouri policy will be adopted by the National party, Thile the Nashville tanner an orsran or class is hopeless of the result. Our' Keutdcky Democratic exchanges are positive in their assertions . that in no eoutiugeucy will any...

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. — 3 February 1872

HICKMAN -.'COURIER, PCBLISUEI tCTERY WKEK BT Georce W a r r e n , OFFICE: On the corner of Jack-on and Kentucky stg (up stairs.) The OUltrt Krwjaperin VTtttern Kentucky. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE'S COLUMN. DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Bemedies, DIU JOHN BULL'S Concentrated Extract of 15 U C II U COMBINED WITH Brcmide of Potassium. Purchase a Bottle and carefully read direc tions. ,e i Tiirl. KT. and of itself Uu" .Vt a cure, but Buclm. keton. thus incret.B Pwe." lion, allaying ""n.r rVn Vndinflam. natural swellings, t ' g j nlltT;. del"' rirWatSeani. andigor to the d-l8eRSe3 arising My I5chuisgoodfor all d.sease g from excesses; such as V'YiTnl' in the re- In the Back and Legs. T""1" gion of the Heart, ek .rl0?uU, ' "if your system is .VES Tnide of Potassium at once and you may re ly on beinz cured. j RS a I know just what I say. y rrl Compounder of Medicine is second to no man in the Southwest. Twenty-five or thirty ye ar. - J TelUw-cititens know full well lo , -t in hind the prescription counter...

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. — 3 February 1872

n An Inocnlniu Impnllon. A Scotch inventor has contrived, with Ml 11 intronnlrir mnbinl for blacking : ui w . V- M i i I J , w ui . n . u "I her at once rapid and inexpensive The motive power is- supplied in the same way s hc ordinary israing lathe. Brackets fixed to the frame support a double crank shaft, from which the dif ferent brushes obtain their motion. At the operator's left hand " is the dusting brush, a few moments application to which is the first sfce of the process. At the right hand is the blacking brush, which is fed from a small box. and by means of a connection rod, worked from the front of the machine, the supply is presented or withdrawn. The loot or Vhoeso p repared is then placed under the polishing brushes steadied npon a small felf-adjustinr platform. The brushes, which are hollowed to suit the rounded shape of the boot or shoe, move horizon tally with great speed, closely imitating the action of the arm. The brushes pi ve bout three hundred strokes per minute...

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. — 3 February 1872

HICKMAN COURIER, PCBLTSHEV tT SET WEEK BT Cjr e o r g e W a, r r e n , OFFICE: On the corner of Jackson and Kentucky eta (up stairs.) The Oldttt Seicrpcprrin Wtrtrrn Ketthiely. "GEORGE W 4ItRi:.. Editor. SATURDAY, : FEB. 3, 1872. Tlie Spirit of Our Local I'rfM. We Bboa'.d complain of our local con temporaries, was not the Courier a jQfh subject to censure as they for the lack of pi rit in our columns of late. We have all grown so an.iublc, or selfish, or lazy, that not a feathers difference np pears to exist between us. We are liv ing in peace, love, and unitce. We take it that the Kcntuckian, Dispatch, Demo crat, and Murray Gazette, are following to the lead of the Cocrier, and there fore endorse us. This is orir construction of the situation! and we dare "any other man" fojostle life chip on our hat, be frorra ! True, the Murray Gazette claims to have created an "immense sensation" by its alio and patriotic denunciation of ex travagnuoe in our State Legislature, in spending 10,000...

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. — 3 February 1872

ft I .4 . V THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, FEB. 3, 1S72. lLk C-' 40kK"7i"cher3, and are working to establish lork. and S. M. Pettksoill & Co., 37 Park fi . , . . Kow, New York, are Our agents in thxt i Ur!it Class ln'itution of learning 1 h city, and are authorixed to contract for ad vertising at our lowest rates. From the MayfieM Ihmocrat we learn that there ia another case of small pox in that town. Ma. T. S. Fish, representative in the Kentucky Legislature from Boou coun ty, died at his home, last Saturday. Vaccine Matter. Dr. Benjamin wishes to inform the public that he is ia Teceipt of some approved vaccine matter, and is ready to serve the public. Liberal. The order of Odd Fel low and order of Good Templars, of this place, have each douafed $50. to the Hickman Cornet Band, to assist in buy ing new instruments. r , Save Cost. Chas. lloleombe, drug eiot. cives notice to parties indebted to ,i'ni fa 011 n oJ settle, and thercbv save tcwL . Money ar blo&d, but principally ...

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. — 10 February 1872

V 1 HICKMAN COURIER, j rClLMBM TXT WCK ! George "Warren, Ob tbs corner of Jackson and Kentucky stg (up stairs.) The OUett Xncyoperlin Wtttera KtuekS. -TJOHN BULL'S Great Remedies. DH. JOHN BULL'S Concentrated Extract of BUCHU COMBINED WITH Bromide of Potassium. Purchass a Bottle and carefully read direc tions. TfcUCnC IS A STIMULANT, sod of itself 1 may tamo eneci . 7.' Unscientifically combined of Potassium and other ingredient, pro- Suce. a sedative effect, and heaUhy tion aUayinJC irritation, reducing m un natural swellings, stopping yam nation, and causing the repairs and nutri ments in the human body to be greater than th. wastes, thus preventing Jj-rt and decay, and gives nourishment, health K'VlYrr'all diseases arising from'excesses; such as Weakness, and Pain Tthe Back and Legs. Trembling in the re JJ. of the Heart, Weak "'" Countenance, Dryness of the in, rofuU Syphilis, in its many forms, L leers, and TUIfvour system is affected by "7 lh ..bove symptoms and diseases, relie...

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. — 10 February 1872

jittteccUamt. Item About lt'omen.. Seven young women from Oregon are Mudjriug iD tiig Boston Conservatory of There is a girl in New Haven who has been engaged to a member of every class that has been graduated at Yale since 1857. A Milwaukee woman hrrmcrlit Ifrt b etatiou-house charged with drunken and violent conduct, proceeded to extract from her chignon the requisite amount and bailed herself out. The woman suffrrtsists of Pennsylva nia are asking the State Legislature to pas a law authorizing women to serve i delegates to the coming constitutional convention of that state. There is a jrirl in Boston who has been engaged at different times to fifteen dif ferent men. and calculates that the sum total of the kisses she received from them would amount to a larger number than there are dollars in the national debt. A Georgia girl gently bit her gentle lover's arm and was phot in the knee by his revolver. His repentaut efforts to extract the ball came near being produc tive of more 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. — 10 February 1872

HICKMAN COURIER. PCBLISHEI CTEB.T WEEK BT G e o r g e "W a- r r e n. , OFFICE: On the corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts (up stairs.) The OMert Kevrpoprrm Wttern Kentucky. CiROISGi: WAnitKS. lid It or. SAT UK DAY, FKH. 10, 1S72. Tlie Spirit ol our Local 1'rcss. The Paducah Kentuekian has at last struck upon a subject that arouses all its inate, latent fire. We krew it had "fire;" and only needed a little "poking" to make it blaze and burn, furiously. The subject which touches it to the quick is "The curse of Fungs," by the agency of which it thinks Western Ken nr-kv ha been batnbooz'ed out of all Bense, reason and justice. By turns it weeps for our poor section, and berates a merciless "ring" which is sai l to exist about Frankfort. The Kentitejcian claims that this "ring" gobbleiSip- all our West End Representatives, vote them for their pet men and measures, and then casts "them and their friends off, to use the Kentuekian's own language, "bleeding and moneyless!" Oh me! What speci...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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