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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 28 September 1872

THE HICKMAN ' COURIER, SATURDAY; : : - SEPT. 23, 1872. For Congress. We are tutthorfxcJ to announce Col. Jno. Marti. Sr., of McCracken coaiity, Ute editor of the PnJneah Kentuck'um, as a can didate to represent the people of this (the first) Congressional District ia the next Cougress of the. United States. '.', Wa are authorized to announce, Col. Edward Crossland, of Graves aountr. as a candiitate for re-election in this (the First) district," composed of Ballard, Calloway, Marshall. McCracken, Graves, Hickman. Fulton, Irigg, Livingston, Lyon, Caldwell and. CriUe,udeur ., , CQ'.TO WILLIAM FREXZ for all kinds TT of School and Blank Books. Sold by n tftM at iiib!iher tirlces. 'To dealers, at ' St. Louts or Cincinnati wholesale prices. Semi otMers to Win. Fre.uz, Hickman, Ky. A fttVllne of Stationery at loir prices aliruys oh hU'td, : '- .., . ' .( , auglO, Ta'.'Keataclf y Co-art of Appeals I has;3ecidedthat the State can Dot tax the jpterst qn. .Unite J S tates boa da. . .. , .... .....

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 September 1872

- HICKMAN COURIER. ri'Bnnti tcrtsT week Br CJ- o o r g c W a r r c n , OZF-IFOIOIE: For the L.fgih!ut;ire. Some weeks a'O we alluded to the Horace Crceley's Speech. I whose pros erity T have more hc-irtilv ! TIIK KtXTlfUV CAMIM1GS. noraee urttn'y is iuu&iu u --j 1 - i . . - ... . . .. I T -. I .' I liti LHU.' 'lilt .1 J disposition of friends iu this county , tnrougti reunsj ivanu, iuuie.ua au a; , ,r.,nher " with the' prosperity who were desirous cf inducing Esq. AVinfred R. McConutd, to permit the firmly linked aua : ucn. Geo. n. iitxlsc in liraves Coii''J Ohio. Our an account On the corner of Jaekpon nr.d Kentucky ! use of his name as a candidate lur the ; him. TL - 8ta- CP ataira.) ; Legislature, for the next term. We 'speeches The OtJrtt Xeirtpaper in Wrtirrn K'nfw'.y. have had no consultation Vitii bun in which . t"lj. .L ' rc-iraid to thc matter, hut fiienls au read: Dr. S. C. Benjamin, HAVING located in Hickman, offers his professional services to the citizen space 18 tO...

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 October 1872

jTVQwi,. oC;tliO Week, lt.Uome. i fa.' wonderful 'discovery1" was - made recentlyr bIx miles Vest of'Carbott, .Utah of an .enormous silver, ledge, or system of ledges bo locked or woven to gether H9 to he practically one lode.It measures sixry.eet in width, and" can already be traced over five miles, car rying ore tbe entire distance that assays from $73 td $1,000 per ton. .The sur rounding formation is remarkable one carries ga'.ina, black and gray sulphur, etc. A large number of rmen- are 'al ready at work on if, and it isthe sensa tion of tbe whole mining region. New York Custom-house officials state that the actual value of tho ?ilks stolen ff.ni the puolic store will not ex ' ceed S7.0C-0. , ' " The ves-el reported wrecked .011 Ins ' kar R.Rk'ou the 14th inst.,-was tbe I rk Newcastle, dpt. Wilklos, which t leartd at Liverpool, Sept. 1, for Savan- titth. It bad been ascertained that thir ty of the crew Vere lot.' It is said that efforts are being made, . which havs not yet a-M-u...

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 October 1872

' ; One Syccios of Insanity , ' J". , .Sat . - . ," ' DiJ vou ever se a woman who was possessed Vy the house cleiinirjg fund? not,periodica.llY, Jut at all times? who would go about draw ing her linger over every lounge, and table, and chair, 'peering into crack and crannies ior .crooked' pins and lint ; holding tumblers up to the light for fir g,r marks ; in fchort, so utterly absorbed ; in , the pursuit of dirt, that every other pursuit was nothing in comparison? tXbw,--.I .khow - what neatnes3 is, and value it, but when it takes such shape as this, and robs life of all its i. charms, -I .turn my back upon . it with righteous disgust. "Who thank these jealous juries ' for their st-If-! imposed labors i Certainly not "their husbands, who lleo into cor ners from dust-pans and dnst brnshes, and vreary of the recita1 of their. proweps dnyby day."' Certainly not their children, who Lava no place to stow away their little sacred property in the shap of bright bits of bilk paper, or brok...

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 October 1872

HICKMAN COURIER. I-UBLISHK- 1TERT wiser by George Warren, OFFICE : On the corner of Jacksen and KentucVy sts., (up stairs.) The- Ottt'tt Xewp'ipcr in Wtstern Kenhirky. ro r t. xy u i: x . t.i r. SATURDAY, OCT. 5. 1S72. FOIL rSlIlSIIJI'T: UfYT A ) K, i ih,lji 1 , ! I 3 1 Ny J. -m ' OF XrLW YORK. For Yice-"rcsili'nt : BEN JAM GRATZ' BROWN cf Mi??our.i. t'renai insr tor Oefeat. The elections of Pennsylvatia. Ohio, and Indiana, are absorbing all the po litical attention. Roth parties are des e-ate.7 fting every inch ot the crour.d in those States, and both sides j expect the victory Nothing tve can I ' rr 1 . t p -;i:;t i I ; u :- i 1.: Oo in l.rnili'-'K v viiu cuwi " the leat, nnd the wcrst character 01 ue ceptloa is the effort to deceive one's sell ! or one's own friends. The intelligent ' PuLlie will understand that in States j oar out every Uiou-tw. or suggM..n 01 ... j 1, ,1 nuotiier J iie L'cmo'.-ratic n;.i-.-. - want s evenly balanced and as hotly con nu u.ff.r t.;u)JiJa.0 ouJ !5...

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 October 1872

- ,-; . j - a.- , b HICIMAN COURIER. ruBLISHEt TKRT WEEK BY . George TV a r r e 11 , OFFICE: On the corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts., (np stairs.) The. Oiliest Xeic-p-tvt r in IFta'tvi Kentucky, j c;nnr.ET 4iiKrA. r.iiitor. j SATURDAY, OCT. 5. 187: FOl- IRHSII5E'Y : HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. Vcv Tiee-l'rcHitlt-Mt : BENJAMIN GRATZ BROWN. CF MIS?OUP.I. frepaiinsr lor OesVut. The elections of Pennsylvania. Ohio, and Indiana, are absorbing nil the po litical attention. Both parties are des perately tntmr every m- ; ground in those States, and both sides ; expect the victory. Nothio? we can do in Kentucky can effect the result in the leat. rm! the wort character of de ceptioa is 'be effort to deceive one e sell n, one', ofrn fiicnds. The intel'i-ent -u jlic wi! :n ,Ytt ?n States 111 IJ H.H I (I ! " ... - " - ng evenly balanced and as hotly con f i-ed r.s the above S'ates e?pecii..y Indiana and Pennsy Ivania no one cin know the result, and all predictions arc 1- Whatovpr tr.v Lcrexi...

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 October 1872

THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, OCT. 5, 1872. For Congress. We are authorized to announce Cot. J.so. Maitix, tr of leCrcken county, lute editor of the Fnducab Ktntuckijn, as a can didate to represent the people of this (the First) ConprcaMtnal District in the next Congress of the United States. We are authorized to announce, Col. Edward Croesland, of Graves county, as a candidate for re-election in this (the Firet) Mistrirt. composed of Ballard, Calloway, Marshall, McCrovken, Graves, Hickman. Fulton, Trig?, Lit ingston, Lyon, Caldwell and Crittenden. (1U TO WILLIAM FRENZ for all kiuds ' of tichool and Blank Book. Sold hy retail at publishers price. To dealers, at St. I.ouis or Cincinnati wholesale prices. Send ordera to Wio. Frenz. Hickman. Ky. A full line of Stationery at loir prices aluayt ou hand. auglO. Pad CCA u will have a city directory uexl year. Most of the Obion tobacco .crop is housed. The quality in good. Thk Nahville papers are full of de tails of small damage by the Bto...

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 October 1872

TVcavk of the "Week. At Ilonie. Flores, alias Chicop, the most des perate outlaw on the Mexican frontier, and a murderer of Charles Alexander, has gathered a number of fellow des peradoes, and expresses the intention of crossing into Texas at Balsa, a short distance from Brownsville,. Texas, and avenging the death of his two brothers, short time since one Jby a Sheriff's party, the other by Mexican calvary. This, added to the reported plan of Cor tina, has caused considerable anxiety at Brownsville. A dispatch received from Governor McCormick, of Arizona Territory, say iog that the attack or Col. Mason on the Apache Mobaves is the most im portant blow ever dealt the hostile In diana in the Territory. It Is now known that the most of the murders and roLbeiies are to be charged to them, and that at least two of the kill ed participated in the massacre of the Lioiiug party near Wylkesburgh in No vember. A number of three who late ly left the Dale creek Reservation were iound among the ...

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 October 1872

r i .'("FT 1 Interest. " ! Lang ago wo determined that it should not bo our fault if our read era did not soon -"better "appreciate the accumulations of interest, and how impossible it is for any busi ness to long pay current high rates. Possibly Bomo havo almost tired peeing our oft repeated table about the accumulations of one dollar at different rates for a hundred years. But, tired or not, it is a hcathful ti.rht - uri.l everr business man es pecially ouaht to have .that table where it will meet his eye at' least onOO a week ; and even then it is probable ho will' allow many dol lars unnecessarily to cceumulate their interest aaint him. This may be in dead stock, in unnecessary fix tures, or in various expenses onily dispensed with. If he would be successful, he should count the inter est ho mi'jitl receive as well as that ho has to pay. Especially in making permanent investments let no on forget the interest account. However familiar with this subject, thero are proba bly few w...

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. — 12 October 1872

tmir - m ... 1IICKMAN COURIER. PCBLI8HE1 trERT WEEK BT George "W a, r r e n , OJTJPTC-- Oa the corner of Jackson and Keutucky ; st., (up stairs.) POLITICAL.. luten lew Willi Gen. Buckner. N. Y. Herald's Niagara Falls Letter. Among tbe prominent guests stop- To his great brain and pen ! v'Uiz at t be CI it ton House is General "Oat Lana nrfd Dc Mule." The negroes ureeicg educated by their Grant leader up to a compre hension of the polwics of their cuuu- ' . .- 77.e Oldctl X'-u-rap'r in Wctttr.i Kentucky. His constant effort through the New Anotber Radical Candidate Tor V - . loirrckii ' ahout this state of reconciliation and He I Read'a Chapter In Chi! ! ,u ,u,mtrv i,l,.r,t ,rtP tl.au to I Ruekner. of Confederate army memory. try, as the foll0i0 j. from a verbatim Service lUIorm. i , for ,ue develomnent aud uc.'"e a "P1"5'1 of a South- j report of - a speech delivered by a color- , - Saturday night list, Henry II. IIous- I tM ot "'e 'tiera. party 1 tfn a K.,-lipaI f"im h.utA t;ir I u...

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. — 12 October 1872

THI HICKMAN, COURIER, SATURDAY, OCT. 12, 1872. I'or Congress. i We are authorized to announce Cot. J.to. Mabti.v, Sr.. of McCracken county, late editor of the.Puducah Kentackian, as a can didate to represent the jeople of this (the First) Congressional District ia the next Congress of the United State. - v We are fujtboriicd to. announce, Col. Edward CVossTjiti d, of Graves county, a a candidate for re-election t n this ( the First) list ri?t,' cniposed of Ballard, Calloway, Marshall. McOacken, Graves, Hickman, Fulton, TriK, Livingston, Lyon, Caldwell and Crittenden. - GO TO WILLIAM FRF.XZ for all kinds of School and Elank Books. Sold by retail at publishers prices.1 To dealers, at St. Louis or Cincinnati wholesale prices. Send orders to Wni. If reus, Hickman, Ky. A fall line of Stationery at loir prices always ou Land. - "-'.' . " auglO. boss or Tkmi'BHance. A Division of the Sons of Temperance was organ ized under the supervision of G. D. P. Ilaynes, on Monday evening last. The fo...

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. — 19 October 1872

of the "Week At Home. f 4 The sailors at Milwaukee have struck for $4 a day, and refuse to ship until their demands are conceded. , '. ' , Sarah Payson Willis, wife of James Par ton, otherwise known as Fanny Fern, died in New York on the 11th iost. The remains have been taken to Boston for interment. The coroner's jury in the case of John O'Bryan, who shot policeman Daniel McGonigle of Philadelphia, returned verdict that the shooting was done in self-defence. Charles II Foster, a curbstone broker, has been arrested in Montreal, charged with raising large sums of money in Bo-on with forging notes. Applica tion for bis rendition to Massachusetts officials uuder the extradition treaty has been made. The bark Florida has returned from the Artie with oil and bone received t om ships abandoned last year. The 'Captain reports that he left the Arctic ocean Beptember 6, and that the bark Helen Snow, Captain MacComber, wa was abandoned August 19. The Kos- coe, Captain Lewis, was crushed by 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. — 19 October 1872

mn Cider Mklns. The season is at hand when cider making should commence Wo find on file a deferred communication from a gentleman of experience, which contains saggesttns of prac tical value. It is as lollows : . G. K. P. objects to grating mills, for the reason that they cut the seeds, -which pive an unpleasant flavor to the cider. The . structure atiF an nnnle is mostlv made UP of an aggregation of very minute cells which contain, the juice. To break these cells, to facilitate tho Fepara tion of tho mice, wo have in com- mon use three mechanical means crushing, irrihding', and gratinp Tho grating mill, from its simplicity of construction, has come into gen eral use, though most cider makers prefer tho operation of tho crushing mills. In cutting through pomace, after tho heaviest pressure of an or dinp.ry press has been fully applied, if a piece of apple uncrushed by the j raill is cut through, it .will be sound, t v ' a a ra 1 I and hold its juices regardless oi me pressure, which...

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. — 19 October 1872

C- HICKMAN COURIER. rCBtI3H2 ITEH IEK B 0 e o r g e ,WT a r r e n , ! O-b "b TOIU : ')a tho corner of Jackson and Kentucky gtairg.) . ) n Olik.t .Vt,wr in IFt.fera AVnV 1 . ' ' I i i ; ! no is fi ;c w a usi . i:m r. Sj ATU)VDAY, : OCT. li, 1ST: YOU PKESIDKJiT: 11 OR a CE GREELEY, ; LlV It-i. V 1 J Vj,1UJ'J1J" Of NEW YORK. For icc-rrwu"-"' . , . - - - . dm BENJAMIN GRATZ- BROWN. ; OF MISSOURI. - " ; Tlie rresldeiitlal I'roMpeit Tllink. ', 1 W lint t?ie - I,ealers From tbc Iuisvillo Courier-Juurnal, v Democrat). "Yo are free to confess lhai the Oe tober elections have not gone junt as wnnbl hnvi hadfthem. That vie torylid noterowu the Liberal cttu?e ; in the States where everything po:nic. to it, it is clear, is due .-o.e.v to tM- corrupt useiur.de by the Auur.iu-.ra...:. of the power and f urocge ul it, com- ' .... 1 . L 1. .......... M m 0-- "': Orar.t 4.der - ' . w-oi..i j-- ..-..r .....-.- ' : - b..v nit out all their ener.'i.- " J ' , i t i i. t i livery man that e(,u.J bJ b.nJgb...

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. — 19 October 1872

THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, (OCT. 19,1372. For Congress.. .... Vie are authorised touauounoe Col. J no. Mailt i.v. Sr., of McCraeken couutyv late eiiior of t be Paducah KtHlarkian, as a can didate to represent the people cf this (tbe First) Congressional District in the next Congress of the United Snu. ' We arw authoriied to' announce, Col. Edward Crosshmd. of Gmvea county, as a candidate fur re-election in this (the First) district, compose.! of Italian, Calloway, Marshall. McCracken, Graves, Hickman. Fuhon, Trips, Livingston, Lyon, Caldwell ml Crittenden. . . (1 o TO WILLIAM KKENZ for all kinds of School and Blank Books. Sold by retail at publishers prices. To dealers, at St. Louis or Cincinnati wholesale prices. Send ord-s to Wiu. Fren, Hickman. Ky. A J nil ff'f "J Sltttionery at lute price uliruyi ou hand. auglO. Tueke has Leeu a email battle at Osceola, Ark., between the whites and Llacks. IjdV. Leslie is the Superintendent f iLe Dai.tUt Sabbath School at Frank Tort. Tue Vre...

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. — 26 October 1872

Xcws or. the Week. . At Home. . t The Treasury Depaatmeut has re reived by express a Cuban flag taken from the privateer Pioneer, forwarded by the captain of the Moccasin, which captured the Cuban vessel. The second trial of Mrs. Wharton for poisoning will come cfT in November or December. A Washington dispatch pays that another Cuban expedition is fitting out on on extensive pcale under the aus pices of t-te to-called Geaeral Ryan, who himself gives information of the prryVcf. Iiit it is stated that pronv ne! Cubau patriots place no conlidence io ltyau. TUbeit II. .Young-, with several alhis., a rotovl swindler and conli-dene-? man, has Ik?c!i captured in "a poko, M . II;si.i-t Held of operation was in Indiai -apolH, where he twin died mere-laids ovl of .f!,0 K). The Xew Orleans lon;pdiorenin's fdrikc for four dollars p?r diy hns ter minated sucrcs-fnlly, . tbe steamboat meu and colliers- liuvintr generally j accct dd lo their de-maud". A slight ' advance in coal and freight is pro...

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. — 26 October 1872

r V V Canelj. Iq New Xork alone there are more tLan four hundred manufacturers oi cenfecuouery, some of hom make r. jiverasre of four thousand rounds a day thi ough the year. "Places of pal are innumerable ; almost every block has its caDtl? Btore, sometimes BeTeral of them. It is pleasant to be assured by those who have carefully investigated the subject, that the use of poisonous material ia coloring eandies has crreatly diminished with in a few years. Certain fancy bon bons, made more for follow than for eating, are rttill colorad with poison ous materials, and adulterated with objectionable substances. Purchas ers should undei-stand this, and sweetmeats of this kind should never bj givdn to children for eating. While there 13 no doubt that some kinds of candy are injurious, that which is made from pure sugar, with no adul teration, is usually regarded now-a-days as harmless provided it is eat en rucderately and at a proper tini. CanJy fchouid never be allowed to take the place o...

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. — 26 October 1872

A HICKMAN COURIER. ri'BLTSHKJ 5TE5T WEEK BY Geo rg o "W" n r r c n . OFPICE : On tho corner of Jackson nd Kentucky J sis., (up stairs.) rii Oldest yrizrpajicr in Vc'tern Ktniucky. iEonr.Kxf aiikex. Editor. fcATURDAY, : : : : OCT. 20, IS72. roil 1RESII5T: HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. For Vieo-l,rcsi3cii4 : BENJAMIN GRATZ BROWN. or MISSOURI. Canipaln 3tm.. "Wa can carry this state," say the JHlwaukee, Wisconsio (Deal..) News, 'and we will do it." Til Indianapolis News asserts that in Indian Mr. Greeley li much stron ger thau Hendricks. On the cizht of the clcerion Tirt? Lur.T nnd llarrishur" each ortrauized Iq the three States of New York, Iowa aud llliuoii, ver 4.0UU recruits h ive bceu added to the Greeley clubs . V I. wiuaua wee. - Thirteen towns in Loatjeetseut, wlro-h nver srave maiorities airiinst llepub'i- .I..,, ' l.f.fnr. w-pnt forGiee'ev hv Urt;e fizaresat the l.te electi'.D. , " The Ttev. 1. fTT yf W'MrhtU; n!,o K!:s iioiui'iafe l aa the JJourbon ,. , . ... . i- ... .. ..r ...

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. — 26 October 1872

1 r " y THE HICK1IAN COURIER, S ATUUDAY, : : : : OCT. 2C, 1S72. J-'or Congress. We are authorized to announce Col. Jxo. MaRTiv, Hr., of McCracken county, late editor of the Padueah Kenldrlim, as a can didate to represent the people of this (the First) Congrcgional District in the next Congress of the United States. We are authorize! to announce, Col. Edward Croasiand, of Graves county, as a candidate for re-election in this (the First) district, composed of Ballard, Calloway, Marshall, McCracken, Graves, Hickman, Fulton, Trisrg, Livingston, Lyon, Caldwell and Crittenden. (1 TO WILL! AM FRENZ for all kinds X of School and Blank Cooks. Sold by retail at publishers prices. To dealers, at tt. Ix'iiis or Cincinnati wholesale prices. Scud orders to Wm, Frenz, Hickman, Ky. A Ju'l lint of Stationery at loic priett alu-oyt 'a bun 1 1. a n't 10. Tlis Nashville and Chattanooga r,iauagc:ncut express a lively interest in the success of the Hickman and Lake county levee enterprise. The aauuul cou...

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. — 2 November 1872

WEEK. . - - At Home. disease baa broken out in Boston. The People's Savings Bank of Syra- i n,i - urn uas laiieu. Lite dispatches from Bo Lester, N. - Y., says that the- Canadian horse dis ease, which I now raging with great fervor amocg all the stables in western New York in the form of influenza, is classed by the veterinary authorities under these head, via: Catarrhal, rheumatic;,' aad' gastro-crysipelatous form?. The disease that has made such havoc in that vicinity is of a ca tarrhal character, the first noticeable symptoms being a flow of tears from the eye?, a watery discharge from the nose, and general languor followed by cough. . There 1 as been great devasta tion among the hordes in Rochester i ami iJuttaio. Owing t improper treatment and imperfect knowledge ot the disease, over three hundred caries proved fatal in the last twenty-jour hours. In twenty-five years, acirding to a rf port made to the National Agricul tuial Hoc'ety ut St. Louis, all the val uable accessible ti...

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