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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 7 December 1872

' . . .. - . , . v - .... .. . ..,- rv , ,.-. ( .- ., rV't"'-- : - - "jr'; ' vy.' . '' . " . . "" """ -' " . - - " - "v;; . ;:. . ' '-- -"?.T -: . r - - - ... , . - V-. . News of the Week. Y V -v.:-. - ' . - 1 1- J. s ' - ii X 3. E- rixweU,? e"York-brJte been arrfbfrd for perdtry, - w , ' i The rveaHe fraud caho- agafawt VfraU', Welt Co.r tsf Bonton, i eaid to-TiaT. been" e jmpromioed bj the .defendants paying- intj Uift V,nitd,tate8TreaMurj SWO.OOO. Thftiiit i agmiurt tue firm in Nevr.Yprk has been com promiBod by the.payraent of 9120,000. - ' ju .iBw.iorK. careim xamiuatiou. or Uie criminal record Hhow that three yearn im prisonment tbetato Prison is the average poniflimenk for kiUiug man.' . Oeorge . Iwi; publUhcr, In. the .latest myKtefiolia dixapptearance in Kw ytkV - otYJba Livingstone, brother of th i plweiv attended JJie Staulev reception, in Kew ; .View Befona Artwociation LcHtieeG organ ized in NewYoskto snporwodo tbe Committee t Seventy, ndnVh, it U alleged, Jiaa develoii...

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 December 1872

CT7 4 t A XTW MORMOK DEPARTURE. he Mormon Sninta have taken a new artnre, tbe end and purpose of -wliich ot clear. A company of missionaries, ailed, left tliis port yesterday for en-'!. lx'ud to Jerusalem. Two he party wei-e "Apostles, ana one -i a poetess that sweet singer of ael Eliza Snow, who has written the inns sung in the Salt Lake Taber le, and who varies her exercises in mnology by writing feeble lay verses the Mormon newspapers. It is ited that Brigham Young has designs ion the Holy Land, conscious per ps, that Utah will presently become l hot to hold him and Lis. J. lie ngui ,m Wsif. ir Kust would be a tedious I costly undertaking, but the Mor ms have shown themselves alienor adverse circumstances on many rmer occasions, and it would certainly less painful to erect a new tabernacle. a sunny land where tabernacles have wavs been in fashion, than to win m otlipr rec-ion. as sterile as the lockv Mountains, to new torms oi i . 1 ..f,.o,.t Inanua TllA SCr('t h'Hll I I I V Ul 1...

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 December 1872

' 'J i 7 , e - ' , f V r SI V v V ThV la uof. SANCOUiaEU. 80-S Of (TttT tTEEH T J-- Israel, I' " c. - . .wins ;ir'IC-Ei . y 5tne. Jackson and Kentucky i 1 bULti yearfpaprr in ll'tttrm Kentucky. 'uCOMGCWAHRFA.KiSHwr' J - l)i:C 7, 1ST- ! ' ' tt..l.a Lrl 10 rrxj ' - r.-LuileriU-ri to I-'' 'rTk f .r 1'ia vear ld. will revive t V Booa t-ir i.u . , ; rbeautiful tTiromo ;-r in.nf . chargt. Sol.icr.j)'iu-3 rcce... .y Jeriirned I " I" 1 ... ; : J . t- . ' :7""TTT. ,.mn Tin,: all around, which wa not d.M.irbed ; S th-kita t iv.t.lcniiai fiuiwu vv.. , ot reeuiee.i :i 5i.-..-.i. and tlr-eloj ' P.'-- i.ri.iii . nmjurii). . j.jh. ; l,i..iT ii 11 :,'!ti while Hie lemo- iitttt-ky M H, ' -. n.nttfQ.i tic i mi 'i caa - r . i t ii ij mu an ruuti't" "i , mm- ;itic is uuiuiu..w- ci , tLU Stat. TnE I'oducah pikers are di.cuin . q-ie.nou a io wuci.. ; . . . .l. .1... ..In i. 1 sroiust to the dog or not. I rum the erriblc barkins and uuawin- kept up hv these aheel all w cauc uUe that ' iDy tnea.e aneei an ...

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 December 1872

r 1 i i j 7 i V y r ;i Igg.HICBMAN COURIER, i SATURDAY, : 7 : DEC. 7, 1672. f cta, JOcts, 7octs 1 Co. r Grand Opening Sale fOno Dollar STORE, "XTOX ST.1EET. UlCKM.iX, KY ' U COMMENCE MONDAY. j.Sjip '7'J, and continue for DEC. thirty i 25 r. 00 Pr et. leu than r.ffuUr yriret. L.,a Framr. tlOMt Uivrn A WAV. k i8,rure!y no and will eon - .-"j. I,Jitamenti. M iscellaneoui , &n-a j.,, - :i ' . .- vari.u dr:Jl-t!..,vJ."-": itvlrs ol every der.ptloa, ChriaT., Tv.. Gilt U,... a, I'anan M;,rWei.l Ijohemian Glass Goods. ,,i? Desk.. Work ,.,. ... . M .,.r.Mi,an,fl J Kr'-mea, V . , er,Un,"- - AU article Ll eitkrr ( '"ictt 5(r Kefs, Qr n- 00. re;S;A ' . .. . c wuv I'unjir 1 More, and buy goods at about vne-half the 1 ''" on, cotnn all t,. .. 1L. ....... r iir..ur..MihK that tfiid :u close positively Dec. 31st 167 Tusre wiH be Episcopal erve,. :KeriTuT3T3' T ' liegisTaturo will redistnet the Htaie for State Senators and Representatives. THE Paducah bant, pet twelte to i fourteen per cent, ou ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 14 December 1872

. . u. - ",' T ,' ' , : i t -. -in,! "V 3 V 4f - . - J t .TT ir 5 V - "V X (P It is reported that Mayor llall aetmmea the editorial chir of tho lftiatJ "Jan. f, and that Bennett fbortly leaves on a two jear Europeaa trip. H 1111 field, Weutwork A Co.. dry good and commission merobautu of Eowton, have failed on account of tho fire. Liabtfitien, 2,3-21,SOO; ascta, 1.5.S3.170. The U. 8. ahip Portsmouth has sailed ou her Darien and Tactdc expelitiou. ILif' estimated that it will require another m of one and threo quarter mil- jttt X 'Jars put a Mansard roof on tbe . --ie .jjlice in Xew York. Tbe rhunw of la-Hborr-ior 1or pay under the eight hour law on thin buil&iiig amount to seven hundred and " fifty thousand .JUarH, which in included in the, above a-i. jant. X-? V1'"'1? of Harvard in New York OrsTate propose raiding 100,000 to re - vuie Ahna Mater for looses by the Uoaton fax- : ' : The Kew York Worltl ays several prouuneut burdiiow-i men have jut tout by t'uo ateamer Tybee the m...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 14 December 1872

' , , a". ' r n r a9 J" : MURDER AKD LIFE IXSURASCE-A CURIOUS CASE. ' Our readers have not forgotten the mysterious murder in Connecticut some ime since, of Captain Colvocoresses, a gentleman of wealth and position -who had formerly held a commission in the United! States navy. No clue to the perpetrator of the crime -was ever ob tained, and we believe all Bearch has been abanil'tted ; but the case ha now aasturtu a new and startling phase which will arouse deep interest through out the country. At the time of his death, Captain "Colvocoresses' life was insured for tli3 Enormous pnnjof 185,000. The com luissuuigtho policies refused to t pay, and suits have been commenced by Jrj. Jieirs i the deceased against the Mutr.arfetroiJolitan, New York Life, Cincinnati. Mutual Life, ami rhcenix Life Insurance Company of Hartford. The tlcfeiH6 set up by the latter com pany ych it is understood is identi cal wit it at; the rtst ia that Colvoco resses obtained the policv wth the in tention of de...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 14 December 1872

- t V v - 1 scranoe.- Xrd of Mrs. """Vper, X MAKKET ItKPOIMTS. St Tork rkt. - Stw York. Dec. 12. Gold In the market to-day$ a. D. imngmax. Tempemcepartment. EPITOaiAL aMMI'J C. L. KA pLJE, AKV T.J a Armor nnHncl Jxt ll-i. a vanced to 1125, and closed at lLZrfa 112. r-VV Cotton CJJftarket more active ith a good expoTt flemand, middling wit . 3irVet Flour ,111 rr'fn liitc nun j r v. Affee firm and higher SI. Lonll MnrHot gt. Loci JOS. II. ROUL1I At ( Rev. GlLBERt UOBINSON,H promi nent preacher in Louisville, ha been deposed from his high station for firm and " .... . . . . t1(, a.- unchaD- Jftf f" J3 atpriouiau.o - ;- -.uH arounu wue -...uS ms lere he acquired the its eparkling iDflu. eoce, iftu .be insatiate aicner secured nrkJv in iWTdeuiriud. U Ilea t, Il Vic :i. .... -. . , . Market for epring and only a few j attache o those who brat piaced the saniDle lots of red wiuter sold. ; ,ca)Ptins cup before him ? " ere they itcredts ot uuu, or oJ ;;ults answer. , Ui3 15Ja !irZ? around Oi...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 14 December 1872

y 4f if 1 A V V r 4 HICKMANCPURTER. Goorge "W a r r e n , . OFFICE: ' On the corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts., (tip stairs.) The VUeit XctctfHrjer in Wt$ttrn Kentucky, GEORGC Editor. Su- Female SnfiTrape In IT. 8. --. :;s- 2- preme Court. We have no regrets to express at the prospect of a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States upon the woman suffrage question ; in fact we are glad that the probabilities favor such a decision at a very early day. The recent presidential campaign has afforded ample material to place the matter rquarely before the august tri bunal. In Missouri it is said that Mrs. CoNGftEfthM passed a resolution to j'VirKioi Minor will brinr a suit agaiuM adjourn on the SOtiTfnstant, until tlef the office of registration for not re Cth of January. j ceiving her vote when presented, and ! lays her damages at 810.000. Mrs. .VTITR.DAY, DEC. 11, 1ST2 rXLCCKY Tbe State LOUISIANA. Con- and Federal diet. The troubles in Louisiana originated in the recent electi...

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 December 1872

News of the Week, j - DOWN EAST. i W. H. Wadleigh, for robbinjj the Mer chants' Bank of Boston, while iU discount clerk, has beeu sentenced to fire Tears im prisonment. Blakesley, who recently Attempted to wreck an express train near Windsor, Connec ticut, has been sentenced to the penitentiary fcr two yearn. The stockholders of the Tribune say no Ctifer whatever lias been made to Schuyler Colfax to assume the control of the Tribune, and that there is no disposition to change its management at least, for the present. New York Judge Fancher decides that the raising of the Court Justices' salaries from $5,000 to $10,000 by the Mayor and Municipal Council was legal. It now appears that the Eri Railway Company has occupied a whole block of city proporty ou Duaue and Washing ton streets without paying rent since John A. Dix has resigned as Erie Director. Oakey Hall denies the slightest connection ed itorially, either past, present, or prospective, wuii me YieraM. controller ureeu cuts do...

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 December 1872

i r 1 rnrnTJA msaissa J I POPULAR AGITATIOS IX EXGLASD. The progress of the e publican move ment in England is the subject of a let ter from Mr. Bradlaugh, M. I, vho as- i tlft leader of that move- over Tendon correspondent ot the New York World, and Psb J ; f l,at At the Bame time the de- :la ven of a Tenian procession mo-tin of some forty thousand in Hyde park, on Sunday, the 3d inst., m . . . .. -i w.nto.1 the rovern- wlncii tne spetui ment quite roundly for its course to- ardsthe Fenian prisoner, forty-two of homare alleged to bo impri3oned in English jails and subjected to cruel t.0fn,m,t. The proclamation summon ing the meeting declared it obj.-et to i. o .lpmaiid the release of these pn9- o.l of Mr. Gladstone us -the Bourbon of Ireland." At the lost r T,irl lament an act was passed to prevent the holding of pubhc mect- runts of the metropolis, but thora 'seems to have been some doubt existing whether the law had yet come ,. vnflnn. AcwrJinpr to late cable .1: -i f tbo sneaker...

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 December 1872

. " iCity, Mo., last r?l profitably, nod intfi empire, still larger herd, iu dpast,tlr "le .o Planters Hotel, CI.XTOX STREET, I vfi f GHAS. A. HOLCDMBPS COLUMN DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Ecincdios. EH. JOH27 BULL'S Concentrated Extract, of BUCHU C0MR1NCI WITH Bromide of Potassium. Purchase ft liutlle m J parr fullj rca di ro.i hum. .?S'.atJiiuuPi siisr.RARLif mm. Tlie Craml Army of t!e Ke- 3r Wf!1 HICKMAN COURIER. County Roads The question t f Luildicp: and keep A Romance of te West. Which has it headquarters in HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Pl'BUSHfc TET STFEK : ' : rnn.U l.v direct taxa- 1 ' V . . . i . ! Tl,n m.Plrv aDi roniaUCC 01 cuneui. me rpini".. u., -- . .. T ii 1 r 1 1. r 1 1 H I I ;i 1 11 r: "I' l"u,"J . j n-hingieu, nave ju.i nui'i-1 rf ,tru ; ,M,t : storm of that uerhaps, " " yiui n A FEIv ylXCTFS COl'O-O VV an OH ,!tionilikely tolbrmapromiueut ques-,,utj((H telJc,jrinfc Senator Sumner lor ?0cja! life are so wholly crowueu eu , j !1HwL.TL,a yklnvetment' O alk of the steamboat Landine a...

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 December 1872

V V . ... e e ' .. THE HICKMAN- COURIER, ' SATURDAY, : : : DL.C. 21, 1S72. NOTICE ! T rrViY. HICKMAN library" AND BEAD ING ROOM, wiil open positively at T p. m., on Wednesday, Jan. 1st, 1S73. All, nernbers arc respectfully requested tc , j .t , . . , ,!.,f ; rale of SI per month, thtir s uhserip'ion before tbe above ..ate ; i inly those h.- hare pail their subscrip- TllR work on tlie iMi-stssipp, Cec tion in full will be entitled to chances in j trril llailroud in thi and Hickman the drawing f.,r r!, J orty DJlar Music C()nf;e, ,s J;Cig severely rataidtd by llox; ull the oiIht miniliiTi will be thrown ; .it brfoie th? drawing li;es plnee. The Drawintr will take p!ac at From's ! JIall. W-i:KsJny evening. Jan. !tT j all uacml-cTB are rrrjii.yied to be present, --.-.I. VILLIAM 1RK-'Z- Iibrarmn- j liu rtMl V!i. i ,, i ' ..... ... J....J ; week from thi- office, bceaue of the : demands of nil band- for Christmas ; lio'.idiy. )t!r n-st publication will be Saturday, January 1. IS.;. ! Thfr...

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. — 4 January 1873

. . - n : ' ' ' s ' ... . - I ' - d-k. . r:.-- & vter"' . T, ' . v . .... v j.; Nov. of the Week.. .! . . . . : ; ' ' L AMBEROr, i ' 73 111" P. DOWN EAST. In a wrestling match at the Varieties,1 New York, for 500, which lasted an hour and ten ' minctes, Harry Grace ni declared the winner over Homer Love, the champion of America. In the case of Susan B. Anthony and fourteen other women, under examination for voting illegally at the last general election in Booh ester, Hon. Tm. 0. Storrea, United States Commissioner, has rendered his decision hold ing each to bail in the sum of 500 to appear before the United States District Court at its nest session in Albany on the 3d Tuesday of January. At a meeting of the colored citizens of .Boston, resolutions were passed calling on the American people to urge the Administration to extend all legal aid to the patriots of Cuba in their struggle for freedom. iiamum s Museum was destroyed by fire last week, and all the animals burnt to death wi...

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. — 4 January 1873

I,' i v V - - re t. V r f 'i -.av.. J ' 1 xi-.... r , te . v- .J ' JE S often use sn it they dan glue if rlothes put tirred and ?t are cool " iuut it into J"Nrfgasli it well jutes in water m cn tnrovm several Ol Bait, lalli' xi will uuu T'.H. Zl ..... over it a little pepper, allspice ilger; roll it iu cur and fry in .trd. Thicken the tjravy with Ho .. pour lb utt-i tup s. vs, v ". "ut to the table. i' To Make ToAsr. It "is better to steiuu bread when it isT wanted for toast, as it is very warm and'Jtfidious work to brown it before the firer -.t tlie bread into slices, set them in a steamer and steam them for half an hour; when done s t the steamer off, lay the lid aside and let the bread dry for a few minutes. Make a sauce by mixing two spoonsfuls of sugar and one of flour with enough cold jtter to make a smooth paste, then pour on a pint of boiling water and cook for" ten minute stirringfrequently; when done put in a piece of butter the size of an egg and nutmeg or other npioes fo...

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. — 4 January 1873

n ; ' : vv- - - ...::lL lrSt ' t s 1 J To Makh le consist .steam hreo as it is browr int' . 5 .k-aW.-jSgT -"TlT' Iioiu ful ftir it into Uirpi-S- i tin aujiai as courier: ; j-"3i.isas reur week &j - f n th earner ojf-taekson and Kentucky IV, OUhl Sevrtpaper in Wtsttm Kt uiacky, 2 ATUnffM JAN. 41873 Tn fwilncli' Kutslallire. honiacfey Ln2islatirc nssem- ioS'gtfJjluU Of I 'rriszVuiuuUt ast winter, there atioo e- ;;iip')rtst aljourocd term. - - a ortant work will Ao actraaJvirtiui the calline of a I btate ConstKtijusl Convention. I The Reyjoa. of the Statutes and j Cod of l-'ran-ice iWredi-vi of th State for 1 Aoe.MdaaD oi t..4 State for ct;sTe Seators atia Ii?pre-?eutntues. s- c jlired Jc4-9.il childrcu. ! - wtsoiii frieiic ; or ad.inioua 1 '1 IT 1 . ' if. . , ei;ftritabJe ifistitufTjiis, rendered ncc es.try by the ioireaeof pupulatiuu. ! And also f! aestiou ot eucoura n; l.i.j the Sf.itf. - ro- p n i-2 mmS??t TUair pulses "VW6 ip-. VXH1,, " '. iy'Pw hiuflfa.g-i.lma-puatuig.cl aoi'...

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. — 4 January 1873

7 J - yt A. r ,THE HICKSIAN COURIER, SATURDAY, JAN. 4, 1873. Tn tuuuicipal election occur next Monday. -:- ' "-,:' J Pile drivinjr Las Itett' resumed on .the Hickman wharf. The factories and onUa,of this place, and vicioStj have been frozen up. THE Good Templar 'concert has been postponed until F.th of January, on account of tin weather. The holiday entertainments at Iliekuaao" were, un -inviting, says our devil. Tlie bitter weather marred all enjoyment. Christmas eve was celebrated by the Old Club at Ilt-iue iu a h'J mirthful aud pleasant manner. Mumo, toasts, and pood order, prevailed. Some of the Hickman sociotiea have commenced arranging fur a grand masque processiou Feb. 11th. The object or purposes are known unly to the initiated. The Nashville and Chattanooga railrosid company have a proposition to put in a wharf-boat at Cairo, to ac commodate freight from that point to Hickmno. The Glaicow, the Hickman and Cairo daily packet, which has been layiD up at this point on account ...

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. — 11 January 1873

NeTra of J Week. ; (L i)o wmst. A. T. Btewmrt hu jutted 1,000 to ths t uiit for disaLled fires. Fourteen of the en held for illegal roting t the Ute eleo at Booherter, gav bail to appear at Alhai Susan B. Anthony ref iiited to furniah baU ra remanded. Fouler, the forgeken from Montrea for trial nuder the exttion treaty, has ar rived at Boston and recommit bed for trial in default of 3.aX) U A letter received Bowton reports th. Johb of the ship Jiernion, of Bcwton, north of Grand Carrauiee, Smbor 2J. Eight men were lout. The capciaud the remainder were saved. -,u i --Tlie Mayor of THelphia instructs liis police to report every nbling house, lottery shop and brothel in tlurg. So mfl eighteen btrd emigrants arrived at Cattle Garden, larcek, a number quite unprecedented for Unelemcnt neuoti. Tlas ;rninH and Italian,, eHjieoially reporfj 1 shaviiK- sulTartv! isisely. throughout the voyage from the effotof cold and ioor treat ment. OriVEST. The Mayor of Cago proiioxes to submit tl'e quest...

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. — 11 January 1873

. ty C . - - 0 : k - - " yvj J- - Si I? - '' - V -J 4 u-" COXGRJSSSIOXA L D VELS. It waa during the administration of Mr. Monroe that a collision occurred in the Senate between General Samuel Smith of Maryland, and Mr. Uoyd, of Massachusetts, the result of which gave much satisfaction at the North. Gen eral Smith 'n-as a known fighting man, a brave soldier, who had rendered im portant service in the war of 1812. He was a large, imposing figure of a man, of peremptory manner, and rather in clined to be dictatorial and overbearing. Mr. Lloyd, on the contrary, was small in Statue, delicate and almost effemin ate in appearance, dressing always in elegant style, and looking like a courtier of the days of Ixuis XIV. In the course of discuiion Mr. Lloyd iad controverted with some sharpness and great effect certain statements and ar guments of General Smith. A logical replv suitable to the case did notj occur to the Senator ; so, instead of reaffirm ing his facts and attempting to confute 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. — 11 January 1873

v. J' - - 4 . rMrNrcouRiER. - o o v o "VV a r r.Q n , urotr oj' Jackan and Kentucky . us., ip stairs.) Our &Mii iilcs. . ' Oar population lias reached hat piul in rt'j;'l tn tlie projected Miss is.-ippi Levee and Railroad, mid also the tratis-.M is.-is-inpi connection with t. L"t.is, which dc m .mil ad r.. Kr-Klusky. 11. l- !. till dep.. ps. (ir a reaction unhealthy M iiiM.i" piM.'p-ei ity in iv tie an- 1. The w .i.t of COi.fijer.ee. ifi J ..vci.'f nif ut :, the lime, i'l'd TIIC COLlHlilS CA.WOX. Cairo's J !. on si lieittuciiy Ton ii. Carl P.rcnt iu St. Louis Democrat. At the begiunius: of the'date unpleas atitness" .'in extensive practical j k was perpetrated by Mine oi.'izeua of Cairo Upon 1 1 1 inhabitants nf Colum- bu-, Kv . which (-rente 1 coui-iderahle ; the possibility of buiUiuv: these r II PAY, JAN To ! undermine the mate.ial iiecssiiy sue eecde l 1 ''Toc l the intention d! it projectors, '.jiing i lit- l:i! o( doubt injil anxiety and f s; iu-iiif lit nl preparation, a ...

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. — 11 January 1873

r; ' f ,- A . .. r -A t II Tl Ii II iv t.. THEglCITMAW.. COURIER, SATURDAY: : JAN. 11. 1873. Bcsixsas Mun a'xd Citizens or JIickhan ' Read Thh. We nev pick up ft local piperthat is not urging . ilia absolute importance of eticouraginp home nunuf-icture ia orJsr to the prowlh aud prosperity of a town. V never hear a business tnau, or owner o( I real estate, talk, who do oot consider Iheir encouragement "the all escentidl thin;." We never hear a manufacturer a mechanic or their employee talk, who lo not constantly urpe the same plaintive plea. All profess iom and every class of people, ab-tractly tpeak i nr. pronounce tbia policy of trade cor rect, aud the only one which can brio;.: permanent prosperity and success. Abstractly Fpcakiuz, tbeD, the prop csition to encourage home luiaafae turc. is admitted by all citiz;m to bJ coirect dortrine; and" every citizen i eq-ii'ly nnaoitmm in believing that his uciyhU.r should practice ibis preach itiir. but in mrn-t instance fails to make the ...

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