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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 26 July 1873

HICKMAN COUKIEF. Gr o o r g & AVr i; r e n , OFFICE : On taa corner of Jaekse-n and Kentucky ts., (up stairs.) f ' TA OWcit Srwrptprr in Wtern Kmturly. g r.o n ci n w .4 n it . i:a 1 1 o r . SATURDAY, JULY L'6. I'ur Stale Treasurer, Hon. Jas. W. Tato, i OF FRANKLIN COUNTY. m I Great Southern. Railro?d. A Preliminary Survrs itepoi t ol "JMueer. The Ft. Louis directors, ronsliulioz ! tie execuiive committee of the Oreat yutheru railroad, held a meeting yes terday to receive the report of J. II. llogem, the engineer. The com mittee consists of Charles I. Chouteau, Hon. Joeph Brown, D. K. Garrison, i,eorge lk. auu u.m The rout of the pro,eefed road exft uds j truu; St. Louis to Hickman aud. Bel- j (ieoree R. Taylor and Adam ek lie. a ierg.u aooui iuu , report of tbe engineer abojrs a 1 . very u.rec. au.i compsrauv v ..1 lUU h,rlule,8 proposal drew out the mat throughout the entire .Ktar.ce. de.,.rujiued op: p0liti0n , the Speak with grade of the most favorable char-. of lh(J u0Uie 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. — 11 October 1873

Y 4 - I X ) ;ews of the Week. . EAST. , .w lork At the inspection of tha qOAF ' station last week, ty Ocv. Dix, it u v 6d by health officer T.nderpool that yellow V had existed at the lower quarantine ata m -t all times from the first of Jane to the k 4 of October. Tha total number of deaths y&rs 13. Information of the severity of the, Vaeaae has been witheld from the press to pre rent alarmists Injuring the commerce of the p rt, the health officers considering that so long as the disease is imported from f oreigi Tort, aod kept in the lowor bay, it id unwise to needlceely alarm the public. The mint at Philadelphia, luider orJcre frt-iu Washington, is coining double eagles at the rate of $10,X),000 month. The Cali fornia mint is running at full capacity ou the gold coinage and trade dollar. Itullion to the amount of 3,000,000 La bet. added to the fund of 111 atsay office at New York to pay Itroinptly all deposits of (overigna. The BJJwia locomotive work at Phila delphia have dis...

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 October 1873

? V 7. X V" 1 AGEIUULTUKAL. V p. . f , . ;: BnildSl Sh?da. . t is nn ol saving that Rhelter is feed, ule it is true tliat good slielter will ( ,-ave a large tunonnt of food that stock -would be compelled otherwise to con me to save life, jet it will not do to f VArnibh only shelter, they mnnt lufre food besides. But if we wish to save one half or one-third of the food that would bo required to feed them in a cer tain condition, we can do so by provid ing shelter. That is to say, an animal exposed to the cold, storm?, winds, and weather, and compelled to sleep on the eold, frozen or wet ground, will require at least one third more food to keep it in good condition, than it would require to keep it in the samo condition if in a warm, dry shed or stable, v here no 6uch exposure was experienced. As our crops have been cut short by the drouth 1.1a Trflo v ot.i1 if. ia npniRSflrv in curA all o can, the advisability of makinc e Iter of some kind, must be apparent !very farmer has the mater...

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 October 1873

o i tgkman COURIER.! V ' j AY, : OCT. 11, 137! County Uemucralic v I'Oili ClltlOII. tfM'rr r.f Fnltnn C.nntv ftrr rn- roiuesttd to taeet in Conve..- , "be court Lous in llickiu-ui, on . Y. Ocf.MJlh, 1873, 10 consider the stion of a Fhat District Convention, .rtg to the presentation of a ::itall? didate for Ci-rk of the Court of Ap-iis.m- oth-T .Sinte t-osition: ami to coll ar i;-h ether cuattcm of pftrlr inter- n't mar La brought before the cootcn- ileav'ctfuily, G.o. Vt'ARP.r.t. ; Arl'ng rjir'tr.h Dom. Es. Com. rnf SfusiHtion l) the Ooiei uoi ST.llr! OF KkN'TITKY, J ! ra4srcftT, Kr.. Sept. Vi, 1.73 Wiit::j a, Tor vir.t vt cdpaei'.y in tii j t t-orr.i-io u-.te ti e "innuiica in tli? S:8:s. as I ct prticd by tl.o General A-is-jibiy Vtica in this '."orr.ii.on .vea'itii.'' HCprva-i I :eh, 1S7"J. piovidin fortfceir rar .ie vl CnntnitlC'.-J to r,i H :ir oin y th" cui:.-, liini in the jai'.i of the i:ii(Jcr the provision of aiatutea n iiisber ef suuii unfor- vnata persons have been and ar...

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 October 1873

I s-t It "a 4 a V r l c! 1 Cl S. m - . - - w skjsiis r W UCMANCOlHUEn.i JlruBLUHsi tr wits. (7 o o r cr g ' w n r r o n 1 w". i t. .- - .i ::.. t ... i v '-hATUROAV, OCT. 11. Tlie lrof mlniit Ailluiitc. Ttie CJrcat ehrn-J tus tueaomir of me ercat reu-i o.,a ; vocati-Jn a?w in ff?;o" i" ' -i . ... V ... L i certiWily sh H rot pirpirly :reuJ ; f oir West Ken 4. JutiOtiiniatioaaUits. wh-J are ver -I f 'rpute oa these q-ifsfiou?, but J to cur ravrid tins vt ?nioiazT oi ; TfT2 are .' ,.,.:,.,! mA.Lint- n , . : ,, , . a I r 1 . i j tanJ. There appr to be ! d 1 L und rrtrei'eorjtivea from ! e' lif iiiu and Criba in the world i It rrtO that ibfl preietit basij ouly comprehend tLc utiion of I'rotenfanr j rUrni r"l .lenoniioation'. t'Utrt ! . . 1 ii. t t i l. ir '.,..: ituiy tneir wrva vto v i - i - .. . .. i. n i n i r j mrrTa nil. i ... - -.i i ...icmoco uiav J5k . lTIIM . . . . . Uttotia. -lL. ttV c0 a -rfSa3"i""r 'in eyaential?, nuity ; ia non e- MSOMiis, lib-rty ; in all things, charity,...

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. — 17 January 1874

&va.j- NEWS OF TEE WEEK. SOUTH. "W. S. Smokes of Aberdeen, Miss., com mitted BuyiJe on the otu inst by shooting himself through the head. J ohn II. Reagan, who was the postmas-ter-peceial of the southern confederacy, is a candidate for the United States senate from Texas. The Little steamer Frank Forrest, from Osceola for Memphis, it is reported, stroch a snag at tue head of island 40and, sutik. No lives were lost. In Laurel count j, Ky., a few days - since, Wm. Elswich aud Peter Marcnm quar- . reled over a dog fight, when Elawich drew pistol end shot Marcnm through the head, killing him instantly. Elswicb with great dif ficulty was rescued from aa excited crowd and lodged in jaiL The real estate of the late Gov. Pickens, of South Carolina, has been sold at auction, Mr. Pickens being the purchaser. The Edewood or homestead tract, 3,600 acres. was bid off at $5,000; the grove tract, 1,300 acres, at 3,000. a d-the Savannah river tract, 2.100 seres, at 13, 100. George W. Smith, ex-...

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. — 17 January 1874

. . HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Ci-ove Bajsket. Soak the cloves in brandy till softened pierce them "with holes aa itriag theia on wire intermixed with gay beads, and now form the bas ketto fancy. C Wdkn PcrDixa. Six ounces bread crumbs, two ounces flour, one-quarter pound met, one-quarter pound of or ange marmalade, one-quarter pound sugar, three eggs, with sufficient milk to rni-r ; boil for two boms. Fost's Ptddixg. One-half pound of flour, ore-half pint of molasses, oue half pound suet, the rind and juice of one large lemon, a little citron finely minced, two eggs, with sufficient milk to mix thoroughly ; boil three hours. Cheap Sponge cake Tttjdisg. Soak three email sponge-cakes in a little milk, and mix them with the juice and grated rind of a lemon, a pece of butter, a very little loaf sugar and one egg. Beat altogether, and bake half an hour in a quick oven. Cvp PcDDrso. Beat two eggs, strain them; mix two ounces of flour very 6moothIy with half a pint of milk, a dessert spoonful of su...

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. — 17 January 1874

,.- .. , rk! ... , , . .. . . ... ', v !?:" if a.r rB J 'W I N COURIER l liMP'irtMMl lu Kriilucky. WMi-a!llOuiTul..rrUBjy , ' J.niMan watr. i "i A bill to diide the .Sta'e of Kfn J The Kentucky Li,Iatuyf Itnvky ifto Iw.i iudj.-ial ilis.riet., ha ! cjnr.iaen.Liou. a ys V - i:nTr-Jr - 401 I beti reared to the .T u.litiary Commit "-bonis K.r the especial R O t t ICE: ffe 1( J,, He .,.. with s..meo.oditi I cohrrd people of thh.it ... .... o, .-,. 1 i Clous, that wa n !. rn-.l 10 1 lie fame ,,mlni.' c Hie maia p : ' ' remittee dunn the la-t session i which it is understood 1 v .i.t.Mtfter in n tiffin Ktr.iurK-j. ! 1 i Tin :MiK2iiiI lit: and become .1 part of our prc.-e iiHiu school liiw: Kim' I . ., ..1 1 " " : It MTUIS 0OW lil.ll I rj IMT. M'MM I : VI , , . . . ' it r mirlrit 1,11 thr ittwr-il A "s V-V KM V JAN. 17 "l7l . ' nidified an to its abuses, an I , .ig ..f ,, iommuvahh h':imy , r 1 ' not rP'.'Ci'i 1 ait.-t'' 'Mi r. 1 : 1 r-t Jii.it the u( to,. run tax j.j e:.r3 lU-t Caleb Cushi...

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 January 1874

7 y 2 f 1 j IT. " r XHE HICKJIAN COUKIER, j t p" WitJn, oV Union cir ATUKlAY, : JANV 17. 174. 1 oouniy. : ia it eaudiJata fur SheriS", of Obiou Council l-rot ii-t!rs. liiCKXA.i, Kt., Jan. 12, 1874. : I i.ll Mi I iij an IJ ......... T . I n A H T 14 rf.T.-!iii.l I n K a I ........ . . . t ' i V are ftorlieU to uiiomice Th. : hvhx:V op. K rvoHfc. us a Cttiiuidute for CicM-k XV- tvr Uick or th The GrvM Cvle. Mayfield N t,. j Vourl. oi ..ppejia ul Aucus! .-lectio a. . ' 1 ! :aj Citinj.hr;l ana Ihomas. Miauim of p.ecccdin; jVdoplcd ::::d sl-'ued i$:l be soid lor debt, on li e 1 J.h. z meeliur- rtSOTl-VTINf, IVITKR mi. NT. j Jo: eph Ambonr, presented an aroJ t'orl'uiiuiiuMtu aliik' Allot i Wk r? authorized 10 h:iumuo N. P. Xoe, of Clintnu. Hickman county. u4 TuS DUtriel Council Gra,S,r,!r;rro r:ucts nr Ma)Grid. Jan. 22 J. fpK-kir..ii., sruj aeco'int Iiavii ,c,n ei. a1? Ott. Jobs Arbinuton. fom)P,!v of s.' Com .iii...' lu H a jjl tiiSi; iG mt t .did8t. for ihe office of C.M.,n.,1uVl,!.-; ....

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. — 17 January 1874

li v . r r- fvt- k- 4'- " ( - . . -w ...... r .. rt: ii 1-. .1,1 J. 1 -- - T V 'Cf jLr s re :..isnt IMT ttt li j Iiuporlant lo KfiiHitky. A bill to divide he Sta'e if Kn 1 IM) A I II J t V U JMHii-tHl u!iir. - ..... I W - I I V. ".4 V vvWIVi. -i tee. liis the saine-. with st.mennoliti v ,, , 1 C'loits. that w.id referred lo the fume ooniCiitteo uurtnn tin; last sc-siou i :Iut utiitg Our C'oloi ! The Kentucky Legislatur tier consideration, a sy schools lor the especial colored people of this cn lowing mv-s the mam p '. bill, which it is understood : " .it.Mificr in rTiafrrn Kthturku. v iStns:. editor. r 3.1 0 JAN. i - i 1 ( to b i . . t 1 i durtn.' tin; last n'-siou m . m .. i atiu net'uiiif .1 j'jri in uui jjh-.-iov Tut i;.mkrui1 HIJ. uiu wlioo! law: ; tt -rf uis now I'm li. b.r.!i r-.pt Jnw y;; ;ttHli.tcl( ,jie C,r.,I A ii.odiuea at to tts auuc. una .!!,, t (ftt: C -oh-tnivmrrni'ii of iiuuutj not repft.i'evl alfn;'!her. , . ' .. v- i...pu arion hall h the s on the , V "7 r". U W S ...

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 February 1874

A- "i i.S- I' IT YS OF THE- WEEK, EAST. 3 has sent a letter to the Mas Catholic temperance union, encour- , members ia their work. uy, the communist, -who attempted kill MaJ. Ilangliorn, editor, in Jersey City eoins time a no. has been sent to the state prison for one year. Twenty mills aid about two thousand operatives in Kensing'on, Fa., are idle owing to a strike for an advance of fifteen per ceut. on tlie present rate of wages. It isaid that three thousand women iu New York have offered the:r services to the conductors of the Union temperan;e prayer ?etings, to inaugurate war against King visecretary of the treasury has in coliactor of cantons at Baltimore a no further obiections to tho tlijk oiAamn. T ' 1 . .. l 1 VJieer of tho roveimi. aacnni' anv cheekel immigration auuary is smaller than for ireo eteamers from Ilam- lasgow, only 137 steerage ved, whereas it is usual ve by each vecieL. It is inimig ration will revive ffie al report has just been made f to flieieilow8 of the c...

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 February 1874

,ini.i-.-nr-"TT--ii-t-tT-- -;'t-wW- V -0 - , .- 1 ir- POPULAR SCIENCE. Pate that wtli. Keep a Year. -Dis- solve a tetpjonfal of alum in a quart warm vater. When cold fctir in.as ch flour as will give it the co.nsisten fol thick cream, being particular to at tip all the lumps ; stir in as much powered resin a3 will lay on a -dime, and throw in half a dozen cloves to give a pleasant odor. Have on the fire a teacup of bji'ing water, pour the flour mixture into ir, stirring well all the time. Tu a very few minutes it will be the consistency of mush. Pour it into an earthen or china vessel ; let it cool ; lav a cover on, and put in a cool place. When needed for use, take out a por tion and soften it with warm water. Paste thus made will last twelve months. Ifs. better than gum. as it does not loss tho paper, and can bo written on. ? A tt? Wo Tpr i Tire Tn aVienrlmrr pr lung3 the quantity of airnec I to sustain life, we inadvertently I whole hosts of microscopieal an- which are ia srupens...

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. — 28 February 1874

a, ! rnrnn1 . c-- i i - ,- . 4 A I -A V -1 A n BT:lwa AN COURIER yMl'fH WIS il- .f?Tv- o "W r, r r e i , ';ir, Se corner of.Jac'asonand Kentucky sti., tup stairs.) ' EOlK fTAIXniJ.V. KUIlor. FKB. 2S. 1H74. mjh t-dy the admirable, terse r v j -w V v-ic VldJeb of tie Ho Edward - - - - i . i . . I X a- .:..i.f V. x)iU;t to ite rerif ? abomination. The cob lthorourMy honest and -4sn '"ill read it with nrra!f cnjrbt to be reminded br of t ;!rk,tiee they did their t aprlag nd iuramer b J uuib-j ' gra .uui j ,f- . II IS an Candidate for renomina f)eiiocratie pirfy to the -!-rVfcperiuteBdent of 'Public It tinrt. ' - V IT f.n tin. k p LpdiJi tore a-)iourn V'- W tm J p. ; TV MauJuy, tiV .fi. Thia saves f- r.ijf' .t...nt tirioooa. Tii x" . fWth4r will meet no more uu.ej ' 1 " ! t -' ) - . " TnR difficulty between Me-sr Htck - "id (rost:Mid. has been amicably ad jiHed The extract from lite Cincio . , satj Guzsitt in this issue of coure de :nf.eathe affair from a Radical stand NVsentstive B 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. — 28 February 1874

rt'-cM m, --V-"-ax-4 - . -r a -v- - ' - -r- r rrirnr "in rfi itMm r wf sTirf i 11 wtirT Mr BTfT, 4 n 0 COURIER, 1874. j Bro., ,'Tu?r.TliJiy. Oa'.s and Braa fur sale. POWELL A. BRO., jEep variety of Fiel J and QarJen seeds, resh and reliable, at lowest cash prises. powkll & lro.. lKeet the latest improved Farming liep!e Vaeata and Machinery for sale at factory Nse. freights, et added. Agents for "Vis factories ""lAVELL A. PRO., vveJly popular Hickman j siL? 'or at factory bro., las'er Paris, rias- erj, II r- r, Sitpar- mny other BRO.,- riment of eTervthine ( rooeryU line, and many delicious rfr.4 ea:ade of- every kind. Our -"Va-end, JotMcfliw," i eer rca.ly V,-U 'f f"0'1' anJ " "I" our Vti-rpeci4nV the .ladies. Call one. f l all, aqj-see oar "nJ i-,- r ,iw cash price?.- . V wjiEfX A HRO., - , . yet old-iiotrbon. ana Kotunson .da t'V Vihiskiev Old Apple and Pttack ; . - 'FO W KLL lb BKO., -uy frj2ttee of eTery iind, fcm &,laket et'i vp.io a bla cf"?etton. . - - " f j. ' vr . r...

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 March 1874

7 v - J.- . Mil Y 7 i . v.. S' A- I I 'IWS OF THE WEEK. - ' EAST. I police, apy reports the. number of ...t w xork Communists at thrpe hundred, uvj es-s the German and Irish oi-garuzti6ns ara uniting with "UiaTrenchmenT At "a recent r meeting -the chairman aaid : rIt la not only - wwc we want ;1tr la also liberty and the aboli tion or nign salaries and monopolization. We want tha heads of some of the thieves who are now stealing the f nnds of the city. VTe want their hands and we shall hare them. We k want to make them suffer what all are now suf fering There is no justice in New York city. We will take Justice in our own hands and administer with rifles and bayonets. We hare arms already. We will find petroleum and use, as we did in Paris.' Our German, Ameri can and Irish brothers will heln m and m wilt .help them." he WEST. . v pi. Robert Harlan, colored, special oat of the pontoffice department, with head quarters ' at Cincinnati, ha been removed Geerge B. Johnson has leen appoin...

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 March 1874

Aral Sweaters' -ife in J ; A -A USEFUL XXOWLEDGE. V, Sweets or the Saw. The lignite -'ijhich is plentiful in all sawdust may j-v .tbe turned chemically, by treatment -with mineral acids, into good grape su- gar j and the Manufactnrtr and Builder Busoect that it is from sawdust comes the artificial snprar a French firm is said to be able to sell for a fourth of a cent a pound. The Davy Lamp Vcxnebable. -The sound-wave produoetl by the slighest explosion of gunpowder in a mine is shown to be capable of destroying the safety-property of a Davy lamp, and causing it to communicate its fire to in flammable gases outside. So, at least, Bays Mr. Galloway, who should be good authority. If such is the case it was to a defect of Daw's immortal invention, and not to the mere gunpowder flash of blasts, that so many recent explo " sions of fire-damp were due. V Age of Houses. A new " wrinkle " ybout the age of horses is the discovery -of an Illinois farmer, who determines f-9 age of all animals 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. — 7 March 1874

CPs V 4 r. U ICKM AN CO UK I ER. rtfaXUUCS (TIRT WSK f Goorge Yv" arren, OiPIOE: Qa tha eerntr of Jackson and Kentucky , si., lop stairs.) O'xUit Xeietpaptr in Wttlrra Ktntutlrf. UCOnOU WAimEX. Editor. ATURDAY, 1IAKCH 7, 1874. FOR GOV.KNOR HON. WM. LINDSAY, of uickm.x corxrv. C'oNURtssiiEN will te elected on the day of UKtt November, io this estate. 7or -..- o ' ii r- i- i tr M - , ue ceeretary oi tne ir"'oi My ill take four years to coin cooueh Ufer to replace tbe fra-ctioual curren T. ''3 ----- ieaaaaawt- -aTamataa------ 1 - Tu lower House of Congress de feated the till, n'.!o.wing an exchange wf newspaper through ihe maila fret t-f potage. by a role of 130 to 13J- - The law increasing the jurisdiction f Magistrates in Graves, Fulton and -tlictnJuD.-to C2C0V gee into, tffvtt tit , lot ef May. ; . - CVuiatcouiitV' If they will elect hitn. ha protuiees to give $200 of hi fees ' o the jublic school. IIU opponent wi'.l, of coarse, pa five dollar Letter. uTilE niwetapera are begiutitDs...

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 March 1874

f - e 'mi Ski.-- - - A AS l 7 J jwisvisis-Jt,. HICKMAN 7 COUIUER " - 4 7, Hi I V "fit io ; Hvy -We- redVr our t i U have reserve" ! th 6rt number f reader end the Dublie ceneia'.v to the ' (hi full -.rt f2. "It t. a ...!...- mn imru n i s .. . f. : . .- ei i ..... I ...... t . ' . - l-a r.er itiujia wr w go u purcha.a 1hi t Da contemporaries ana particularly sti-aurs to j e li u J by the city, by reference to its columuii will . u. if; ' Giiv ihe bu-iue. onrd of nil the princi- j Dry CivJt Pl btuuctiv of bualtied advertised lu j flit X Co., J ,",-'ia- j .n i A. D. J Willi U V V, owell & Bro.. tc.p Corn, H.y. Oat. and Br.u i sale POWELL 4. BKO., s, variety f . ieiUat,a Garden lr.- toad reliable, at low.at cash pric' PoWLLL i BP.o., F lL lt itr. proved farmi-jr luiplo uute and Xfi.t.;,.,, r.. . . . - a- - ' v hi laotory A . etc. wdej. . A2i,ti fvr I sr:oa f,tori. V I OW ELL t EP.O., ; " j s.r cre,5! p-.;.-...r rlfekinaa .s -i Plow- fjr at fa.-tory N lor esle. . PO ELL A BKO, rJnl,...

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 March 1874

y v. v i L 7 -mi mm OF THE WEEK. .X " : ' EAST. ': The jury ia the dSallia libel suit against Vfoodhull A Claflin returned a verdiot of aotfgtillty. Judge Sutherland charaoter Lze4 thejeidict as one of the moet outrageous "V Ji,-.-U ever heard. J-ga Brad j haa granted the motion fi cotuiael of Wm. 31. Tweed to make the ' ' 1 -of hia sentence conform to the a y Judge Davis, thus subetitu- ' . i V Y for penitentiary." C ,TYTie jnfrman mails, by the steam "i;p Mosoilwf were opened at the pontoffice in ..owTorfc, iiwaa found that atleast twenty 1 ckes. each containing from two hundred to three hundred letters, were in a broken and ruinous state, nearly ail damaged. The let ters were enclosed in thin, flimsy envelopes, and the packages were tied np in weak brown i WEST. "- Gen. Marmaduke is the granger can uiat for pOTernor of Missouri. Ms fches from Northwestern Iowa 1 aued Buffering among the settlers stead in Osceola, Lyon, and other . the extreme northwest, caused by O -.f the crop. ...

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 March 1874

t - i f v. Ik. - ' ' ) 1 FIRESIDE -doob L.IFE. A Paris Ays: "The Ecglifib girls in ooata look snug and nougb, as they pace along da, but the French demoi Ar more jannty costumes of oi9what pinched and frosfc pecially about the tips of their little noses; IIow they keep J.i-irr frn7B!l filin in meir nutuu- w!aere furnac fires are not and u tea itself in the smoke and gas up the chimney, is to me a Vdo not wonder that the Paris Vmnch in the streets. YThets the comfortlets nature of Ull-ventilated, ill-lighted -we cannot wonder that . the broad sweep of the- ftfevanjs, the bright expanse irnileries earden. or the cay efor tix stuffy l:ttle rooms wherein jnost of them (that is, all save the very Vrioh) fini ."their habitation. 2o won der that the French language has a chez soi and no better word for home' t Womas rs "Washisgtok. Talk about panics ! There never has been such dressing among womankind as here in "Washington this winter. It looks as though " poor but pious parents " had put...

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