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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 17 August 1872

. ......- IIIGIvMAN COURIER J fCBUSEH ITERT WESE.Bf .G'e o r g c Wr n r r e n, OFFICE: On, Ihe corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts up stairs.) The O'Jcr! X'vr-ieT in V.',s:nn I'rnn.ch-. ;i;orcm: wakhks. r.aitor. SATURDAY. : : AUGUST 17, 1S72. TO IX VISS'IJSKT: JIORAOH GREELEY. r T T-:' I .-.ri - I. t 1 UilA . j 5-or : Benjamin gratz brown, - ;V ' , m r,ua aJley-S nondn.Mou .ih t-e enthusiasm P -rats cnrricd Montana at j , , , ... . , ... ! the recxat electioaiu that Territory. . A St. Iau! paper print, the natne, o i 2.000 MiutK, Kejullican. wt will J t, for Gtveley. Tl e ro-naster of Woodland. Wis 'onsin, ltd a column .f 17l Grrtley i const Jle'ablijans out of tbe Gratii . lider ncss. Col fas, the in' ek and mud recluse cf ! South llend. ba? STKikt&u fatutiy for; Cm t-u ci P." It 11 1 it i ini3ir-- nr t we.-ik lie da not ii-r-at the cieitun. Th Graut IVues" is ti;o name of at c ifrpar''n crpatiivt iti.ju. It w:-l be the ; aapie of au epidemic nest 2 tvcis I er. j Everv D-mecrati...

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. — 17 August 1872

4 THE HICKMAN SATURDAY, : : AUGUST 17, 1S72. COURIER Our Iron lonnt:tln Railroad " I n w- t Inn MM MM KB t " The stockholders of the Nashville and Chattanooga Company, met at Nashville, Mon Jay and Tuesday la-t, and re elected iLe old Hoard of Directors for that road auJ the Nashville and Northwestern, .Tso. late For Cosagrr,'. We are authorized to announce Col. Ma&tiv, Sr.. of McCiAckeu courtly. V? . . aJfcali AiKivciiitii, as a can-, w;,, Mr. K. V. Cole continued as i'resi- n late t3 represent thi. n.snr.lc ill f I., a thn f irst) Conzrs3ioaai District in the next ; Jt for the ensuing yenr. Congress of the Unite I States. We are authorized to announce. Col. F.Jward Crcssland. cf Graves cour.tv, as a candidate for re-election in this (the First; ! district, composed of Ballard, Calloway,! Marshal!. McCraeken, Graves, Hickman. ! Fulton. Trigg, Livingston, Lyon, Caldwell j and Crittenden. GO TO WILLIAM FRENZfor all kinds cf School and Blank Looks. So! 1 l.y retail at publishers p...

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. — 24 August 1872

V HICKMAN COURIER' George "W a r i c n, OFFICE: Oft tha corner "of Jackson and Kentucky sts ', (np Btairs.) The Oldest Keirspoper in Wtsttrn Kentucky. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE'S COLUMN. .DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Rem edies DR. JOHN BULL'S Concentrated Extract of COMBINED with. Bromide of Potassium. rurehase a Bgttle and carefully read dlrec tions. BUCHU IS A STIMULANT, and of Itself mav-fatlto effect a cure, but Buchu, when scientifically combiucd ith Bromide of Potassium and other Ingredients, pro duces a sedative eftVct, and causes a healthy action, thus increase tne pjwrB v. na tion, allavine irritation, reducing all an tral .w.lu.rW aaifcn. nd rvmlag ..,, than meats tV.he fiuman body to be R'"""" the wastes, thus preventinR decomposition and deeay. and ftivea nourishment, health and viyor to the system. ...:;--My Bncbuisgoodfor all diseases arising from excesses; such as Weakness, B(Jll in the Back and Legs. Trembly in the re gion of the Heart, Weak Nerves Pallid Countenance, Dryness of th...

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. — 24 August 1872

Templrance --Department. EDITORIAL " COMMITTEE: A. D. KINGMAN, C." L, KASDLI, . - ' Z 1 JO:S. -H. BOCLIIAO. AND Our Address, i Ail persons sending letter's to the Tem perance Department of this pper, will direct them to the -'CorcmitteeV L O. G. T., at this, place'. . . 'If It JI;(1 Aut Heeo for Drink." Jcbn 11. Goujih gives the foJIowiii. and we think it worthy of a place in our columns, lis icsUtd iuiy production of the eminent advocate of-Temperance id well entitled to : fn'tJie' Vu'ed "Stat-s I have been ac utoiued to fpeak in Slate prisons al though I was uot allowed to do go iu Englandwhen the wile, of a poor mis erable criature wanted me to Vpeak a word talier husband,, and bavins' been perniitied to ak the question : . 'Whet brought you here?" the ajiewer has a'most invariably beeu : " "Drink, drink, drink I" " I remember in a New Hampshire rriVon I eaw a very-beuevolent looking via rr seated rjciore ice. iu t-uapi.uu sua: "Do yor-e that man?" "Yea." vl.want j-ou to. notice-...

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. — 24 August 1872

HICKMAN COURIER rCFtMHEI ttIRT WEES BT O e o r g e . "W n r r e n, OJ5 'PICE: Oa las Ccrter of Jackson and Kentucky Ms (up stairs.) The Oldtst Nttrrpaper in W stern Kentucky. CCOIICE Editor. SATURDAY, : : AUGUST 24, 1S72. TO PRESIDEXT: HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YOKK. For Tioe-I'rcslileiil : BENJAMIN GRATZ BROWN, or MISSCCKI. V 111 f-reeley Carry Kentucky f We should tliick tliat there could be n? little doubt that Greeley will carry Kentucky as that Grant will carry Mass achusett "Tertholess, that there is a possibility that the Democratic Tote, will b- largely decreased, we think appareut in the times. The Democracy rely too much upon their jimeuse majority, aud ar too- iDinreii uf vicfory. la the last Gubercafrrial election Leslie's majority was smaller by thou Bauds by Democrats refusing to go to the nnlla ksoSfea TA " 1 1 " irnnlil rn elected anyhow. The Republicans, like ill vigilant minorities ia every election cf political sigoitieance, poll every voter) possible. Therefore, it ...

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 August 1872

THE "HICKMAN: COURIER, SATURDAY, : : AUGUST 24, 1872. For Congress. We are autboriied to announce Cot. Jso. Manns, Sr., of McCrackea county, late editor of the Faducah Kentuckian, as a can didate to represent the people of this (the First) Congressional District in the next Congress of the United States. We are authorized to announce, Col. Edward Crossland, of Graves county, as a candidate for re-election in this (the First) district. composed of Ballard, Calloway, Marshall, McCracken, Graves, nickman, FulO. Trig,' Livingston, Lyon, Caldwell and Crittenden. pOTO WILLIAM FRENZ for all kin-Is i JT of School and Blank Books. Sold by ' retail at publishers prices. To dealers, at 8L. Louis or Cincinnati wholesale prices. a.,i,i n Win Frent. Hickman. Kv. A full line of Stationery at low price alicays oh hand. augiv. As unusual amount of sickness 13 now (.retailing in tins community. (JEN. UaTILE, Ot asntii.e, aieu iu tbat city, the present week. Wheat. Hickman buyeri are pay ing 81 30al 3...

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. — 31 August 1872

HICKMAN COURIER " xc3cl tTtaT wirx sir George vv ar ren, OPPICE: Oa tha corner of Jackson and Kentucky sta (np stairs.) TAe Oldctt Newspaper in W'tttcrn Kentucky. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE'S COLUMN DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Remedies DR. JOHrF BULL'S Concentrated Extract of Biicnu COMBINED WITH Bromide of Potassium. Purchase a Bottle and carefully read direc tions. rUCnU IS A STIMULANT, and of 'Its-elf K m.v fail to effect cure, but Buchu. when scientifically combined with "Bromide fFotasium and other ingredients, pro uce a sedative effect, and causes a healthy action, thus increasing the powers of ...Res tion, allaying irritation, reducing all un natural swelling. stopptnR pavo and I lam ination, andcr-jain tbe repairs and nutri ments in the human tody to be Rreater than the wastes, thus preventing and decay, and gives nourishment, hea.th and vizor to the svstem. . . My Bocbu is ?ond for all diseases .r,n from excesses; such as Weakness, and Pain in the Back and Legs. Trembling t .be re Pion of...

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. — 31 August 1872

i -- ii i 'it mf- jfH'r.u'JiJLljri'i'' ' ."''Vi' V -"' Minimi r i.i ,,' "rfi,'i't. trr:-f"i- -V t (-,',? fa if0,i:Mtii&rmm'Miimir,rr, Temti3rancs Department. EDITORIAL .COMMITTEE: P. KINGMA-N. C. I- BANDLE," AND " ' JOS. n. ROULflAC. Our Atii'iB. il p.ron j'n linr -I-tt.T ta h Tr-perane-a Df-partii" f-f tVs raper. wit; direct tletn'to the ''Committf "' I. O. G. T.. at this place. rro?itn !:. Not S person was seen alioat the court fcrue at recent term, ot a!! under the influence of intotteatin;: rlriok, and the subject was crtniricntel upoo by many. ITare (he Good Templars been at wcrk in thla county, slJ is their Iuflueuce ap preciaMe? -..--. Apolojcrtfc. This department ha3 lorn neglected for the pspt few iHsnes. owing to pressing ensageu.eot.- iu ciher rju.'.rter, wlere puhsintence depeo-lel. Oar effort iu thir department aie vifhout arty pecuniar reward .urely a , labor of love aud we tro?J.our readers will pirdo ua ii making it secondary to higher duties We wfil endeavor to ...

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. — 31 August 1872

-THE HICKMAN COURIER. SATUltDAY, : : AUGUST 31, 1872 For Congress. XT are authoritcd to announce Cox. Jo. MARTt-t, Sr of McCracken county, late editor of the Padiicab Ken tuekian, as a can didate to represent the people of this (the Firat) Congressional District in the next Congress of the United States. We . are authoriicd to announce. Col Edward Crossland. of Graves county, as a candidate Tor rr-ei?ctioo in tbts (the First) district, composed of Ballard, Calloway, Marshall, McCracken, Graves, Hickman. Fulton. Trigg, Livingston, Lyon, Caldwell and Crittenden. GO TO WILLIAM FRENZfor all kinds of School and Blank Books. Sold by retail at publishers prices. To dealers, at St. Louis or Cincinnati wholesale prices. Send orders to Wm. Frenz. Hickman, Ky. A full line of Stationery at low prices ultcayt cu hand. auglO. The Police Court has been a fruitful source of revenue to the city this week. IIorse-swappinq ia Majfield is re ported unusually active. Religious. Episcopal service, by Rev...

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. — 31 August 1872

HICKMAN COURIER Oeor ge W. s r r en, O-b'-b 'ICE: - "On thS corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts (op stairs.) The Oldett Xevepaper in Wiitrrn '.Kentucky. CiEORCiR TAI5ItE.. Eflllor. SATURDAY, : - AUOUST 31, I S72 FOIt IIIE.SIIEXT:. HORACE-:XG I.IEELEY, , : Cff '.NEW . YORK. . ,-' For Vicc.rVreilent : BENJAMIN -BROWN, OF MISSOURI. ' THE POLITIC!. EXriTE ME.T IX TEAXEsSKE. ExPrelien t A iMlrovr Jobquon ' ' in. tn. Cliealliaiu. ' Ex' President Andrew Johnson, in re- friends in Nashville, and other places, hlfi CniiOUfii'fil rntnsflf a a r-.r-.li T.t. -Toi .1 uy lor, ite) crate.; af lnrse. aonSnst f!pn 'PnnV PUiiVum -1 regular Convention. The cxcitcfnent' "is intense, on J the eofiTeVr.'i nfceJy."to.le'the. hottest io ihe -kisrory of "Tennesses for tuixiy year The indication! ore. that the citypf Nash -til's i overwhelmingly for Jchnson.whi!e it is claimed that Cheatham will lead him To the country. A lare proportion of onr readers are 4fer?Med in Tennessee politics, and ire therefore ext...

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 September 1872

HICKMAN COURIER FCBLI8BED ETURT WTF.K BT George "V a r r e n , OFFICE Oo the corner of Jackson aud Ken tockysfs. (upstairs) The Oldest Xcicsp'tper in Western Ky CHAS. A- KOLCCMBE'S COLUMN. DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Remedies. an. john" bxjlis Concentrated Extract of B IT C H U COMBINED WITH Bromide of Potassium. Purchase a Bottle and carefully read di rections. BUCIIU is a stimulant, and of itself may fail to effect ft cure, but Buchu, ttuen scientifically combined with Uro miiie of Potassium and other iugrcdieuts, roduces sedatire effect, and causes h healthy action, thus increasing the pow- ers or digestion, allaying imisuuu, re ducing ail unnatural aweilings, stopping ffttn and iuflt&uatioa and cauaiug the repairs and nutriments, in the huuiau Ladv ta b rreater than the whites, tbu. -j i iMiinr iiiT-rrnrf and dexayjaud. L gives aourisnmeni, aeauu uu " the system. My iiuchu is good fot all diseases aris ing trom excesses ; such as Weakness, and Tain in the Back and Legs, Tumbling 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. — 7 September 1872

Tempsrancs Department. EDITORIAL COHMITTTC: D. KINGMAN, C. L. KA.NDLE, JOS. II. HOC MI AC. AND Our rtrtrn. All persons Bending letters to the Tem perance IV partmejit of this pAper. will direct i hern to the "Committee' I. O. O. T., at ibis place. A DESIRABLE sceoud liaoJed urtiele cQ be procore-J by calling on the com jnittee of this department. None need apply but Good Templars. Wl mvt paia appeal to our brethren, to make up the subscriptions promi-ed for the Cocbiek. Not one half of the number promised have come forward Oar word, aDd yours is out, and we feel assured you will not tell a lie, nor make 03. Work up. brethren, a little effort will save our reputation for veracity. The Ilarbuciic ul Tsler Lodse. The event cf the season came off a. Pleaeaot Hill on 20di u!t., by a pood old fashioned barbacue given by Tyler Lodge of Good Tewp.crs. The day was pleasant and cool, yet the tliht shower in the rooruiojr. with threatening appearance of more rain, prevented many from fcttendin...

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 September 1872

I , f 'ii J2. fc-y.'j. ' I . -I ' - K 7- vS I I Jp.Vt - I. j r A (1 TEE EIC2S1AN COURIER, SATURDAY, : SEPT. For Congress ATe are authorised to announce Martin. Sr.. of McCrifkcn coanfy, late edvtr of the Fadncah JCen'uekinn. as a can- ! Ui'ite to represent tho people of th'n the 1 Fim) Cpresa.nuai ltrict nexi 7e are uti'horii'id to announce, Col. Edward Oc?'nu'h of GiRTea coun'y, fis u j cadi'late lor re-election in this (the first)' district, corap'ned of DvUrd, CnVw, Marsha';'. McCrrken. Grnres. Hickm-in. , FUen. Trizz, Livingston, Lyon, Caidwell . nad Crittenden. G O TO WILLIAM TRf.NZ for kir-!s Jof -fchnol nrr 1 Ulan! EooVs. So!d by tctau at pi'j,isiier5 rr.ws i ... m-. u ; t. . . St. I.ouis or Cincinnati wjmle?a!e prices. Send orders to V'ia. Trtni. Hickmnc. T.r. A Ml line cf StaScntry at leu- price.' a'u-cyt The drouth haa about ruined late com ia this section. A ,m full of thacrn. bc1on?ifi to i , , r- . r-... ' .Tha TiVr rn irn liiirncti nsar I. ri'.oa L it v Thursdny cf lat...

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 September 1872

:-..' J i i l'nloniz:Mi()!i of dj'''4L-'vttlt:i 'n. C. we7, -r-n'rjy TTt-4.', Owlr. HICKMAN COURIER PJStTSHEl TE8T WEEK BY - Bro.,! Cl XSl J? iA-Jj.-i J. -a-JLva Committee ic-f..rnc 1. Every body s.atU- U;i(:l als. it .' ! J Tie l'o.!orin faiaarafe:3'l.ow.s tint ! the fume sort of jri-ue, ;jjjh' perhaps cn larger se ,:e. is 5-i:i t . .'; 5V lh I Vcvi.l 'uaui.i U adads -Ti:L Ya-ada ' ! j. I. r.vMTL Cro- Lett f jn.y. Tain. j fad". I'rcnv on you, ijvor of .'. V". Siaif.li, .' ' " . r j. M wr:nT r' 'cr... ?Vm itYi Gcorgo W" a r r o n , . OFFICE: On the corner of Jsekson and Kentucky st, - (up etaii fe. ) . . Tenuessee School Fund Matter, j' i .; hunarctl douurs. Join .Minns T. IVKrT, - :-' r.'y r ty J! f.-.', Mttaj.h It, Hic'iman, ;;:,! millet &-roulhac,- I Mr.ueu-,, Jau. 12, 1S:7. ills CouDCilimi Tiscrcwlth-ON ; Geo. 11. Ui-tif.h, lVi-si t.-nt: rorsi.ED iv L-:iii.nEi. iv 1ST1. WHOLESALE AXD iil-.;l. i da --rr .'V .- l(:i!!l-il.''.V3'i Put Icarr.- . - - J I J .L 1 1 1 1 U t i j ft'i...

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 September 1872

aria XewsVof tlie .Week. .At- Home.- .. ... I A kw"casea'of small "pox have ap peared in Southern Utah. Gen. Cowan and his Indian delega tion have reached Washington. The New York Senate has adjourn ed until November 20th, not 10th as erroneously reported. The efforts of the coal oil men to de crease production have failed Maurice Daly won 2,000 billiard match in New. York over John Deery t of Chicago, Dily scoring GOO to Deery 'b 406 in 9d in Dings each. . The Cincinnati Exposition draws 10,000 visitors per day. . "White, Brown & Co., Boston dry good importers, are sued by the United ! Btates for defrauding the custom house of f 100,000. Fifteen thousand eight hundred and eighty pounds' of crude bullion from the Stockton mines, and a ton of pure eilver bullion from the Pioche mines, at fcalt Lake, were received last week. Failures iu Baltimore and New York within the last tbree days will aggre gate between thrte and four million dollars. The suspended firms are prin cipally eng...

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 September 1872

" LlfeisKial.- S . 1 Conl! vrb enter tho inner circles of life, -wt-bouM fin J the mawof men ntn'pylii'f? lo t-t-capo iopemlinq evil, or to gain sorao covetel good ' T-c' vble creation jjroanelk and travt-1- tli." Many n-e! help, few are able lo tertlt-r it. All looks fair without, Int tLo fonndaiions are at fault. Faces are cheerful, but Learts are anxious. There is hope in the words, but few in the soul. Tew pre as prosperous as they peem. Strnir Kle, fatmpglo, strap-Rls, is the pen era' txperior.ee. This f-ecrus linrJ, am. yet it is bettor than case. Strokes j)rin strength, fullnefia enervates. We all know this, and apply it to others ; yet for ourselves, pray for ease, and rhun tho heavy burdens. No ono covcta tria's which imparts vigor, breadth, power to tho sou!, but our father tends them. The drill is not joyou3, but useful. In dulgence makes pigmies, hardships make men. Aro we forced to tri-a-i the winepress) alone? Are wo i.I : anrrry that no one ofki's relief? I-'.-' tis b...

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 September 1872

0 HICKMAN COURIER JCBLISttil STERY WEEK BT G o o r g o "W n, r r o n , On tfi corner of Jnckson arid Kentucky sts., (up stairs.) OUttt AVtr.r.'tr it H'ertrrn Kentucky. I J' IKOHCE 1VAKKKX. Editor. SATURDAY, PERT. 21. 1ST2. TO SI I II J IS I SI KXT : T)T,r,T "fV T'iOlv Av I'j v K aIiI'-Ij ij 1 OF NEW YOIIK. I 'or Vifc-I'roxitleiit : BENJAMIN ;GHATZ ER0WN. ; OF MTtSOUl'.I. Wiiat Will -'e Au-ay iu i.w : vein o or. rj,c Trtitis Told oil tho ra'-inre .' . rrftjcr-i'wr rf U.e Clii''"'-i C-fr-'-fitl- . Some folks nppeur t j be nervous over i e result in November. A rem 'w.o . .aid have ?uL'?.ated that there wci any - rcbabilitv ol the Liberal party defeat- tcr the Orattt trent'er-icn ia tb.o Orecu "iountain Sr:tte woui.t stnnd a ebni.oe f beiiisr incarcerated in the nearest i;i -;ine Bfyh'm en tl.c shortest notice A 'b oulpaiza i-ro-rc?5e?, r.e ita f - udu'ge in -ures, abs'.dutefy uumeri Nototly uijut the untton bete ever tuterr-.t'ici , A . - I I r i r T i b it lie tvo-.Md ear y Verui:.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. — 21 September 1872

t ii-sa". Tr . i . --- ....-". ' .,yT;H .A .t-.-j It' THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, : : SEPT. 21, 1S72. For Congress. We ar authorized toartuouncs Col. Jo. Mil, Sr., of .McOracken county, late editor of the radacah Ktntixkiun, as a c:.a- uidate to represent th? people of this (the nil t). is oei-a pr tt. Iiuis or Cincinnati whole.vlc price,. Scud order to AVra. Free. HickDiuu, Ky. A nil linn of Ulatwntr al Uv pru-ft aluuyt Ht hand. aul(J. Tu Hiektuiin i.icrcLants bate giuerally rcceircJ tht'ir fall aud winter stocks. Ths Hiccissii Miustrtl troup-j a.iJ l',rn EauJ gae a crjceri at Clinton laMi night, and at Fu'.tati SinUou, to-nibt. Ttria:: is a revival gcin on in the Cain bcrland i'resby itrua Ci-arch iu Cnioc I C.tv. ; Mu !,-. ,.rr.-, .. r:, t ...... . . r.. v. . uiuu mi, " us ecYtre- i - . ij ijurci ux oein- iLiu-vn Sroa a ua-'V 1 . 1 iq. iwirt. ... . . . ... V V I . u A I ......... J .V. T I . 1 . . T hurt? riant iu tw weeks. Noae of ta llickaiau aubneribers hare received ;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. — 28 September 1872

"WTcclc. s !S ' r At Home. A special to the Newt York.ZZeretfd from Bombay says Iettere from Dr. Livingstone, dated July 1,' 1S72, have., been, received. He was still at Unyanycmke, awaiting the--arrival of Stanley's second expedition Ed want Tompkins has given the California State University $50,000 worth of land to cncJow an Agassfz pro fep worship of Oriental languages and literature. , . , Regulations for the redemption of aJ hesive stamps, for which the owners may have no further ua on account of the repeal of the stamp taxes upon most !utrumnts mentioned in Sched ule K, are atout to lie iued by the Commissioner of luternal Il-evenue. . The jour ney men carpenters of Chica go have formally notified their em ployern that tlwir wages must be $4 IfT day, or they will suspend work. Mr. James Gordon Bennett pro yose. t hinor the memory of his fat!i r by ercc big a $'JN),iK.) monument j to his memory in Green woo J Ceme tery. .. .. . The Meamer Merrill, which Mirned at Warsaw, I 1., ...

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 September 1872

rofatoea. We- all hare- observed the great j't-tf Titration.': irij our, jototo( crops lnring the last ten or" twenty years. Vbat ii tbe anse.of : this, alarming flecreane of tubers ? Can science or chemistry point cmt5 the reason, or Hil in remedying the difficulty ? We ihink it can, and in order to place the matter in a clear light, we will pcint out the kind and amount of food which the potato demands. We had afield of patotoes on the farm which yielded 00 bushels to the acre; this may be regarded as au old-IafiHonfilfCtop. This crop re moved from the eoil in tubers and tops at least 400 pounds potash 5 also it removed 150 pounds phosphoric acid. Now these amounts are very lige, and serve to show that the po tato plant is a great consumer of the two substances; and it thows also, that iu order to restore our potato fields to their former productive condition, we must supply phospho ric con pr-unds and substances hold ieg potash in large quantitits. .For six or eight genera' ions ...

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