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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 2 November 1872

HtM The Sunflower. The highly ornamental and exten sive genus cf plants to which the sunflower belongs derives its scien tific nam, helianthus, from he-lot sun, and anlhos a flower, on account of the brilliant color of tho flower, and from the erroneous idea, prop agated by poets and authors, that the flowers always turned toward the sun hence, also, the French name tournesol. It appears to possess far more profitable qualities than have been hitherto supposed, and may be cultivated with advantage and ap plied to many useful purposes. An acre of land will contain 25,000 sun flower plants, at twelve inches dis tance Irom each other. . The great variety of valuable pro perties belonging to the sunflower seed ha-'e been much neglected. No plant produces such fine honey and wax; and when the flower is in bios son), bees abound on it. The pro duce will be according to the nature of the soil and mode of cultivation; but the average has been found to be Cfcy bushels of the seed per acre, 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. — 2 November 1872

' ; 4 THE ' HICKMAN . COURIER, SATURDAY, : : : : NOV. 2,1872. For'CoiigrcNJi. We art authorised announce Cel.. Jno. Marti, Sr.. of- McCracken county, Ule rdiror of (he 1'iiltci.h Kent'trfaan, a a can didate to represent the people of this (the J'irst) Congressional District in the next Congress of tho United Stales. We are anthnritcd lo announce, Col. Edward Crossliiud, of Graves county, as a cuiulidnic for re-election in this (the Firm) district, composed of EtUard, Calloway, Marshall. Md'rarkrn, Graves, Hickman, Fnlion. Ti isrg. Livingston, Lyon, Caldwell Mild Crittenden. i ( ( O TO WILLIAM FEKNZ for all kinds I of School nnd liUnk l!o..k. Sold by j retail nt publisher price. To dealers, nt M. I.nuis or ( incintiati wholesale price. : Sen. I orders to Win. Frcns, Hickmnn. Kv. ! W hi. Hit. uug 10. Oi'li city authorities are engaged in ; . (lie comtiieiiJab!e work of Imvinir the : ttreutji gravelled. ' Uev, 15. Akam.s preaches his farewell oerinon at tho Methodist ' church to morrow...

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. — 2 November 1872

V ' HICKMAN COURIER. rCBLWKEl KTKRT WEl.K St Goorgo W nrrcn, OFFICE: On the corr.rr of JiVthpon ruJ Kentuvkj. - , i.'-i Uicnr Turner. I Slial! It e Uttl a Kadltal ton- i elccncn ure, ouJ some who cton i i We ruldh-h iu this issue a letter; b remnant (want to vote for Greeley;" that tbc . from PL Oscar Turner, declinin, the ; The l'ah "V6' ! Ku.1i.-als will poll their fall strength, t ,. , , . , ; pendent iu politics, and which supports position ol iltctur lor tho State at r - , . ,; , , neither -f the aspirants for Congress largo on the O ( ... u or ti-ket. Iit.siir.nn! , .. , n . .1.:.. ilk; .1 .nl ti i4 an ii r. I. cor V.MS Us;d IU t!i!S connection WithciU' - TBai: CA.MIV4IG.V. I-ucourasinsr Liberal Keports. For Sale. A SMALL FAItM AND FARMING f utensils, 1 Intgg ??J and Dugzv Horse. i-m.. r. Tmnnvi' ri.iiMS. ! 1 voune ISruuJ Jhre. 1 wnn-nn ..n.i i,.... , ' MA1 Xill' " ......---. V '3 - - - ? "-gUU Hill Hill- which the ovtimate between .,0J0 and K Cincinnati Gazette. ! 1 Plod.Cow ...

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. — 9 November 1872

XE1VS OF THE WEEK. At Home. Chief of Tolice McWilliams, of Jer sey City, was admitted to bail yesterday in the sum of $20,000. The Acting Secretary of the Treasury has directed the Assistant Treasurer at New York to purchase one million of bonds on each Wednesday, and to sell one million of gold each Thursday du ring the month of November.. It is stated that bad health will pre vent Chief Justice Chase from attend ing business. Unless he improves he will take a trip to the Pacific coast. The Treasury Department has issued a circular to the Collectors at the prin cipal ports instructing them to care fully observe existing regulations which prevent importation of neat cattle hides from a country where the hoof and mouth disease is prevalent. The Department received information that this disease had again broken out in the Argentine Republic. The horse disease U extending West ward, but is abating in New York. It influence upon business in that city, however, has leen disastrous, and 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. — 9 November 1872

1 SCIENTIFIC. The British Society for tbe Ad vancement of Art offers live thous and dollars reward for a pigment cr covering that will perfectly protect iron from rust or fouling. It is well knotfn that the difficulty of uniting iron to brass is created by the unequal xato of expansion in the two metals, which destroys the unity when the temperature is changed. To meet this difficulty, an alloy has been invenled, by an English artisan, tbe expansion ol which, by heat, is claimed to be so similar to that of iron and teel, that the surfaces may be regarded, when joined, as permanently untied for all practical purposes. It consists of three pirts tin, thirty-nine and a ', half narts copper, seven and hall parts zinc. The construction of bronzes has lately been much improved by the addition of a small amount of phos phorus. A special cause of the in feriority in bronze consists in the constant presence of traces of tin in j the 6tate of an oxide, which acts me-1 chanically by separating...

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. — 9 November 1872

- , fi aCKMANCOUlUKK. roauifie kvkxy wffk. it . IX-r . v.r o o l g o w n v i- m 'OFFICE: "KKTtiW JO.VtTil.t.V The Wonders of Xatuuk. The 'freaks of nature, says the Jackfon Oi lfcin of qurer unin of ! daily Whi'j and Trillium of last Thurs- 11 it 'iii lift niiii I it !- , - i.. i i i i , liiyj are limeeu wunuenui ' From the New York I.c.lircr. The lather of llelurii .1. Mcis was l'lirn at .M iddletoti, IVniiecticnt. In fin ibe coruer or Jackson and K-ntnc-kv .. ("P stairs.) ; !n juuMi ho love. I :nnl addressed a lair ' : iuaUere.-s of M il i 1 1-r o ri . w hose Ij i Hi n very near hi own residt rue, lut ' 1 ) ti ri 1 much difficulty in ulit-iini'm her Thi Olirwt Xtmpni-fr in tkrrt h'ntur ur.ontir. w inni:. i::ni. ATt?RlAY. NOV. -.. t thi: fmktio.v. Our licfer.1 TUv iute m! Futnif. The Liberal party i- routed nn.' whipped in the fu!l sense of the term Hii l tJen. flrant re elected hy n tri nu.pKatif aud overwind tnin- majority Thi result we have been fully prcpnr cd for since ihe Oct...

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. — 9 November 1872

W T v. t 1 f" V 4 r J THE .HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, : : NOV. 0, 1872. The United State Conn commences in l'aducnh Monday, - A niiwJiPr of II ifkmanlfes arc now em-ampf-d on ll'-fdfoot Late hunting i.i.i ti-hing. , A f.mvci.tion of tho Kaptists ol West Tennessee convened in Union City vostorday. AM person indebted tt tliin office for subscription, job work or adverli ing are earnestly rr-iuetod to call and tf ttl their aci'ouuli. Mritri.Y to correct an .erroneous impression we tate that a large tun ! j(.i.tyortt.ct.eiman voter- in llicKman ; . . p 1 . . . no lty, lias ) ..l-.. n ..i.tr. tr. rrr-i.1,1 s.v'r ll llllll-S i i'if,ii vv'ii.tji. . i . t' V.t .Mississij.pi Central road near t iittion. ' Mr (leorce Thompson, editor of the l'.nln.nh Kveuing News, and one of ;he ulilest uewspaper meu iu the State, died in that city, Saturday last. .Mit. Fritz Ilelluer, engineer, lias a large force engaged iu building a uew arf at this place, lie is using fas cines aud rock, aud when completed...

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. — 16 November 1872

- jews .of;,tue week, . '" ".' j TT ' Tit Home, ,f 4 Gottfried Gibbardof StLoius, the young bojr who ws bitten in the hand seven weeks ago -by a dog, died on Sunday night of - hydrophobia after suffering intensely for three days. In Pittsburgh, a man named Barney Hargrove committed suicide by taking a dose of sulphuric acid. I Deceased has been only recently married. Koine excitement exists in Westehes , tef County fX. Y.rover Oie discoveries of gold quartz there. Half an inch of snow fell at Bruns wick, Me., ou Sunday night. General liurnside arrived at New York yesterday fromFIurope. i MeCormak fc Linck's stables, Buffa lo, has been burned. Fifty horses and mules perished. Loss $20,000. Afire lately occurred at the Mary laud penitentiary, doing damage to the amount of $0,000. Mr. Marble, of the New York World, has returned to his post as editor of that paper in restored health. Darin- the year, 1,012 destitute teauiaa were sent from foreign coun tries to the United States, inlving...

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. — 16 November 1872

Z IZZ il iL.t:. Moalw -" ' r Among several papers cf interest which ere read before the British Asaociation.at Brighton, there was one by the Kev. Dr. Tnstram, F. R S-, containing an account of the re sults or the expedition for the ex ploration of Moab, which owed its origin to the Committee of the Geo graphical Section- The direct line of country between Heshbon and Petra has been trav ersed and described by some half a dozen travellers within a century, but east and west of this nothing was known prior to Dr. Tristram s visit Names hitherto scattered broadcast over the map cf Moab, at the suggestion of Arabs pointing ,m . iKtance were identified and kept, others were corrected or erased, Rasas their headquarters, and work ing from it as a centre, tne dimin ished partv first struck virgin ground tVi 17th of February. The Pil- 1 from Damascus to Mecca was encountered some twelve miles further east than it was supposed to run, and was found to form a srriK ins feature on the level a...

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. — 16 November 1872

HICK MA N COURT ER. rnL!Hft vfrt week t O o o r & "W avron, fh ili w.rnT of Jjckfou sa Atmncij (I , -.- TU OUitt AVw.iit in 'iit.rn Kentucky, - - ' . Kroner .iikx. r.iiir. "NOV 1G 137-' i-ATCKDAY, FultVn fount) Fair. t,ntt statement of the financial bu- aincss of tho Fulton County Fair, for il.e rendered Nov. 15, lS.-'r IMC a. Tn! "nsunt of sti-ck co'leetel eiir t... for lsTi lLooeivod fmm prlilMe. from trttrj ie'. -42 (i.) cr.ii r.-r. ... . r A.. iTum cir.j'ii s j'"" 1 'j FhiJ ja oa l-rr....vp'i monrT, ... .... liirl.-T" ! frcin tab!- rents. I V from ;!' family ticket ii JMS'"rt?IVr'T. ir:l r .'riii in tio i re-r?r M 1 Txld Tan Me. J. tuu. utaM? rnt. l ""7 Jnoi: llna-ia. It4:ir.fj w.-jtor. Is. -. IVt ;-'jrjre. ' fcii'ui n bn-r.l, -'5 11 O Ju.-t?, MU Jjoii'TIIl.AH 4 l!V. it I ' J ucip-:, ic 1 ' rwiiir'u 17' I- J, Jou W i'o't, w'i?'jf j,i!i-e v'v1 K 1! ProviiJ. trc t?urr f bund. W T ll.tf.r. k ?pift i ? tabic C 'Uy , - 5 1 jo u " 'M.' 10 V- i lil 00 ; '"J it K Tl.i'T.:i. act. pol...

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. — 16 November 1872

- x ' v. - r ' . ' , ,, j -,--. , -- - " t mi ' f THE HICE2IAN 'COURIER, SATURDAY. : : : NOV. 1C, 1872. The One -Dollar gold ptec is to bo withdrawn from eircuh-tion. Cot.. Cropland ran she-id " of the rwy Uttut thrnugout the District, Two Haltots I at to out of a Detroit balh.f box hud : ,, a fir. tfOtlar ren Lack folded h.s:.!e.': ' . l i.E.nty of game on the Luke now and Iis.rties front a .li.tinor. in crnim- "ay. I'iMP Lsni-RK-llcv. L. S. T'.ur. I ton i, to.leliver a lecture oo Temper . e. i ihw plaoe, on the niKht of the i -3rd Jiistant. ; The Democrats elect osly nine of j h ten (,.iii:resmen in Kentuckv. i Thrt Jlepablicap.) eleetir- their cao i i diJ.ue in the 10th Dirtriet. 1'itOTRA.rrrn M ketino. K!d. Cole I";B',,"MM "v 0,r,e l'le mitiMtcra, j will eommf nee a. protracted nieetyic j thi evenirjr. Service) at tha usual ' hour. ! Tu ere are eas.. o4u.aIl pox In ' r,t.. ... ii , - , rolnn.bu,. burners, of the ljuUch : snjrest th:it as the patients need re?t ' the ritiens hout...

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. — 16 November 1872

x i " ,2 '....!-. I ..-1 . '-".-n ........ HICIGXAN XOUHIER, SATURDAY. NOV. 1G, 1872. Thc On 1'oltar jtold piece is to be Withdrawn from circulation. i ...-.... ...c.u CI ,,.. '.ru.y d-lH thrnu-out the Uitrict. Two Ballots takeu out of s Detroit ! .... 1 1. i- - i" m ' ' - . , .' uaui l 1Ils:iie. - ' I'LKNTY of j:me on ll-.e Lake now n w" .c are goin-, aiinos every ; and parties from a di-ftoc down for a few d.y sport dav. 1'i l ir J.KnrRS Ilev. L S. i:ur ton i to deliver a lecture on Temper I : .. . , ' . r ,h pi,, 0 ,lie nLt of the -Jrd uirtat. ; The iKMn-frnH cloet osly nine of j tL- is iv, : u- t,.. " ! Tl... JUr...b!i, e.eci their can j did.ite in tl.? 10th I'irtrict. I'aoTRA.-irt) Mketixo. E!d. Cide , . , . . . iin. asMMed by o.he ale minHtcr, ; will coiii'.i; n.-e r protracted meeting j tin eveu.r. erice at tl.o uual .1- ... . - Li.ur. TiiErtr. arc micss? orniiia pox in ti'inibil. Punier, ot the Ihnuxtch - - j. I h-t as the patient need ret " rhe-it;Zeni should nt m.ke them n...

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. — 23 November 1872

22 XE WS OF THE WEEK. T , At Home. The horse disease has reached .Salt Lake City. '- - " - ' - Morrowtown, O. OaTuesday night ! an old lidy named -Betsy Llndsey, aged eixty-rlve years, was murdered in her house, abuut two miles from here. Hon. Samuel Hooper has telegraph ed Secretary BoutweTI that nearly every Boston bank will pay its usual dividend, and that nearly all the paper held by the banks -will be promptly paid by merchants. In a few cases au extension of time will have to be granted. The large furniture store of Bailey & Smith, Massachusetts street, Lawrence, Kansas, has been burnt very recently. Loss about $30,000; insurance $7,000. A special from Charleston, West ViJginU, says that the office of the "West Virginia Journal and Ewing'a bxkstore were destroyed by fire at that place Thursday night. Sands Cohen, employed in the . Charlestown (Mass.) navy-yard, was terribly burned recently, and will probab y Io?e his eye sight by acciden tally dropping a zinc basket into a...

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. — 23 November 1872

mmim ? The LoTed of Elizabeth. ' The eex of Elizabeth of Enplane! was a physiological blunder. Many of her most seriotis defects arose from hr noijaavins been a man, as Mature must originally have design ed. With a masculine will, a mas culine character, and a masculine ambition, she had all the fetnine weaknes-es without any of the femin ine graces or charms. Her vanity was in excess of her pride, and, in epita of her unquestionable great ness, rendered her ridiculous through life. She" was ever anxious to be loved, and had the misfortune to le least lovable when she loved most. There was no great need of affection in her stubborn spirit, no yearning for sympathy in her self-sufficient - nature, no inappeastLle craving for what the romanticists would eo.il an intercourse of soul. Sho wanted lovers more than love.bcause lovers flattered her inordinata vanity, an J told her, as lovers usually do, that which she secretly thought of h-rse!.. She never tired of hearing sho was the Virgi...

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. — 23 November 1872

v. JIICKMAN COURiEK. ': ; -,ir O fl XV-' 1 o the corner of Jnckst.n and Kentucky , . - - .'s., up stairs.) Yht OOlf! S'-.-tnfr in W'n'crn Ktnturh-y. i.i oxn.v.w iKiti:x. r.iiiior. - A T I.' i: T A V, : : : NOV. 2-'.. 1872. VIihI i -elvy IhtuW Hie I.wlc .:u--tioii Proven. Humee Grc-rlry, who is again the editor of tha New York Tribune, sums tip the following eonetusio n a the indication-) from, or teaching the ueuer.il result of the lute presidential election: J. The ijJ-cf to Ocn. Oram's rul" ..riginuiW ui.ii-1 by .Vimief Sumner. ,-t,.in, i . jiiui.iill, and ulbcia, ' ere well ;n u:vl . I. Mm.y i t I ); mvl respect r.b!e ..I" the j'JJttlHls tlhicU. " cither side t ill Atlantic, vigorously urged de l"1" .tent s -c-t l''fvi"i.; now insist llo.i tl.e .tl.uses i h - p.- o.-i imed inns: be acknowl edged and en i tcif !; some of I lit in de m.tiol i:i sedition to ;l.c reform promised .. PhiladripLia, oilers stiil more radical and thnrincli. 11. ilui v. bere thous mds admitted that t l.e 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. — 23 November 1872

, ' -. Y . -"v ' c;L :. . . 1 '"""lllllll V THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1872. A few of our subscribers ire yet in arrears. The Kentucky Legislature will as semble January 7, lST.'i. O.'so liseat,e continues to t pred outh and West. The dropv is prov- i ing quito fatal in New York aud Ciu- cinnati. l.i en. John F.Sat.e, a leading crimi- r .i m t - t , ual lawyer of the Memphis bar, died , , , 1 ' euducnly Sunday evening of conges- tiou of the brain. Last week, llobt. K. Tettv, of Cil " Jard county, made an unprovoked at- tack on Clem Nolte, Second Clerk ol ,r . rT TTT! V" , .i . Each county. haviiir peparate couutv ! TlIE Iliimholdt Juiirii'tl .says that. J ' r- i the steamer City of Chester, cutting f'erijamin Phillips, livini; near Dyer organizations, have to some extent sen him severely in three places. 'Station, while in the net of pouring ! mate interest, local pride, and faithful Amovc iif I-Y.wis n.l nnir ' ran 5o ,1,e hopper at Philips' mill servants whom it deire...

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. — 30 November 1872

f9W . i ji w " . J w - j ':. .. At Homo. Sugar In a New;York warenoiuse?a9 damaged some $75,000 or'$10(),boO by falling valla.' . . ir 51 .J .$ a "I Aflre at Lebanon, lod., destroyed four"or five 'offhe largeet busing houses In the'towm. Loss estimated at forty thousand doliarsv 4 : : " 'c ' - KidJerj-Peabntly feGp., of jBoaton, have given $1,200 to the Police fund for the benefit of invalid officers, and fam ilies of those deceased, who are in need. - -t , - v New YorK is trouoie J fey a rumor, as 5ft unautheutieated, that"the cholera -vrived in the lower bay. ornmittee or beventy In -N ew . ve decided to continue their or-t-'y' D, with James "St. Brown , 88 vice .Havemeyer,. elected v In r.-i.,inhiary examination." Col. "SJood, tlie husband of Mrs. "Woodhull, rrt'e 1 with lier for libel, failed utter ly in the opinion of the Court, to justi fy bU publication of the 'scandalous matter, and has been held for trial in $5,0(Jr bail. ' "" " The gin house of Dr. Luke .Black' burn, Lacon...

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. — 30 November 1872

The Tower or IutcrestT, The fgradiially Increasing rate cf interest shoniJ make people wary cf borrowing money . for . speculative purposes, ami especially of hiring it for the purpose of unproductive pro perty, or in the expectation of ob tainingf premanently high rents. It is the high rate of interest which every few years causes a general breaking up of business, when pro perty and products fall in prices. This also it is which causes wealth gradually but steadily to concentrate into the hands of comparatively a few persons in the community. Tate any series of ten, twenty, or thirty yean, or mcr?, and the longer the series the more positive and conclu sive becomes the evidence cf the iact, and it will be seen that "the most profitable business in the world is the lending of money. The high rate of money, high rents and higu taxes must in the course of a few years tend to such a concentration of wealth as cannot fail to be injurious to society, and will ultimately so straiten, the...

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. — 30 November 1872

7 HICKMAN COURIER. rgiLunu yxry w at George W arrcn, OFFICE : O th eornarof Jackson and Keatucky sts., (ap stairs.) GEOROC ir.4nnE!V. Editor. hATUUPAY, NOV. 3D. IRTi Praninn Wcrti $3 00. ALL subscribers to Godey' Lady Book for the vear will rtei th beautiful Chrome "Our Darlinj: ' free of charge. Subscriptions ri-ceiel by the undersigned at publisher's price. ajv3 . J. H- DA IS. The Sexl Qutlon. Thsre is no longer an djvibt that the qaeatijn of woman suffrage i to be tbe next disturber of oar", political peace. It secure! from tie Fjiilailel- phie convention that nominated i'reei . -i . ! .. .. 1. . f it nvr oot ur.i, .e. , before possessed, the tmport.nt advan- i9 of a recogoited nnt.on.l .tatu, : and. alth,u,b. dnnug the burly burly 01 taeCaoVaji, tall liguiuciai ut esrly lost sight of, it is. now brought forward under circumstance which . .- ... . de:eru.tned to uiako ilia mom 01 11. . . , ... The resolution auopteu oy oo 1 oelpLU conventiou on this subject U as . fallow. - w - -...

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. — 30 November 1872

THE ffiCKHAN COURIER, SATURDAY. : : : NOV. 30, 1872. 25ca, 503t, SI 00. Th3 Grand Qpsning Sale OP THS Ono Dollar STORE, gLfXToX STREET. HICKMAX, KT. -T",'L COMMENCE MOKOAT. DEC. "-'VI'D ad csr.tlans for thirte . 'v IjFrnuiee ioot ClTtn " " -tttirly w and will eo- ' TettneU, Miscellaneous nJ Juvenile's in various jiiyles of binding, Jewelry and Notions of e-y inscription, Christmas Toys. Gilt Chifcaatia., Marble and Mtmiau UUu Goods, WKttitTe. Work Itoxas, Mu sical Instruments, I'ieiures and Frtmtt, 1'ock.et Cutlery, l'erfuiaery, 4c, &c. articles soil rltlicr at '2Sctt, 50cs, 75c, or SI 00. Terms Cash. Come one, cm all, to tbe Ono Dollar More, and buy goods at about one-half the usual pricw. 5ctt" KKMEMBER that this Storo will close positively I'cc. Slat 1872. uov30 if A l'roprou School. As a well-wisher .o the great interest of education and intellectual culture, we e -with special pleasure the steady growth anl increasing prosperity of Mel roso Institute, located at Trenton Ten...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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