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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 21 March 1874

VI 1ICKMAN COURIER. o a r r e n , 'of Jackson and Kentucky Z., (np stairs.) . frin WitUrn Kentucky. JIUKX. Cdltor. A ARCH 21. 1874. GOVERNOR fM. LINDSAY, 0F IIICK.VAX COUXTT. The wires report the illness of l'resi dent Grant. "--' Andv Johnson is llie only ex Pre iJeut we have. Now Hot Sprin2f, Ark., haa pot a " .ebjeken with two head:" aol si wiug ?YVnen will these wonder sense. V The Paducah Ttharco Plant pro- poses the oarae flf Hon. Johu Q. A. Kiog,-of that place, for Governor. -' .iOrlx 5.40O feat of track remain to -Vjor the etf nsion, which, with . i ,... rT!i5Pt, fci.h. WWir-i. fill. Op ,TiU-j'd. Pa .ie-l;urCs7?il8 Wr is fully Mt- ii.fied-l.hat solars of e-fnal natural abiHiyJof cithet pes. wiil learn fully twenty-nve per cent. iier cu vuu . cated separately. ; 1 VT - Tirz-i r.Avid ai.i in a preecn in s,new York, last week, that the praymsr women of Ohio use in the temperance Kmin'c the time formerlv devoted to ' V - - f" i their Lack hair. Ma. Sartoria. who is to roarrv Mis...

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 March 1874

i . A ; - V 1 f f- X ) n 0 COURIER. 'UTtDAY, : : MARCH 21, 1874. areix:civing daily prQods, which we s. . Cash ciV will save ten r cent, by huying Wus.' Call and see yourself. V J. H. Plant & Bro. 2w XEir A It RIVAL t "- - ' - OF rTkna SHOES. in ladies" ami Children's eb ft. Kid, Morocco, Coat and ,s at-3 front luce Gaiters in all rn Styles. RICE & BRO. , . ui6i. v A-nesJty , ..j srcn - j. ylcr, Th'riT, March jrlar 3iove, Friday, March 27. rrdan. Satupdav, March 23. . - ayce, Sunday, March SJ. v f n'inn, .Monday, March 3L. 'efHou. Tuesday, March 31. '. s?ow.i llie time to make pardens. 'farmers re still subscribing for the v "inds cf . job work done at the ?f vtcp. (Jrrice. . - . . , . . r Vm. Tedford is ?ain visitine I an. H has taken his accustomed Mummers Stable. 4o in the yard of Mr. Thos. Mc jSiV11 1P0 yard" fr0IC his house, VcVby ightninjc Tuesday night. iUrftf Mr. William Cole, AKng-chair, Tuesday 71y burnt. fhe special tempcr- y, have determine..!. jTlimiaaion to the...

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 March 1874

W' i ; - I nilai m -iilt i inTTi T -r .fir-i- - M ff ' ifhr -1 r- tj ."W.. .;-, g,- 0,K' J . a - t A -- - ' , a. a T , " i NEWS. OF: THE WEEK. The' colored men of" Massachusetts are urging Ue eleUoji of "Wendell Plullipa aa tne successor of Jir. Sumner. James Sylvester, a trapeze performer at Berry's oper bouse, New York, while per forming, mifsed the rope and fell, striking h:a bead on box, and died a short time after ward. The New England Freedman's society has decided -to - wind up its affairs'. Since April, 1364, the society has received and ex pended over (350,000, and has supported eev enty teachers among the colored people of the sonth. uv me DreaKing oi tne rope oi a minecar in a colliery at riuenix Tark, r., ten men were precipitated to the bottom of the shaft. Threa were killed inttant'v, and the remaining te ven cut and bruiserl. The New York Central, Pennsylvania , Central and Erie railway companies have ad vanced the prices of tketa to all western pointe, and the old ra...

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 March 1874

V v , .... v ; i , .. ' r . t , -I. 'ft i. - i i I. H 1 G K i I A N CO iTll 1 E 1 i . f CBLlAHKi KT.V WEEK BT Gooro VV n r r e n , OFFICE: Oa t c-orner of Jckaon and Kaatucky st., (up atalre.) 7e Older t X'vtyaf-cr in IVt'trrr, Kentucky. U GOUGE U Attlli:. Kdltor. SATURDAY, : : MAlil'll L'S. 174 FOR GOYFKNOR HON.WM. LINDSAY, OF liICK3t.S COL' XT)'. , , ill-" L . . J !) C li-titgrs- Iti iri t tit;- !.. Kmtn n tr-iuily pnrarel s'atemei-it of iuipoi tnnt change in ihe Kentucky laws. pr-p-ied by ill" CvHrur Jcvrnul, n take the folic win if r; at-.-., and to which we add j-o'nc new laws, from the ay nop-; of Acts just i-u3d by the i:te IY'uter: That rh.pter SI of the General Stat ' ntes. titio "Pe,,dleri." be ami the cnine m Kit. 1.. kit airifidnil flllt IliliriUt peioo.t. ho are citizens of thi State, j Other questions at this time, aud e ud who vend exclusively poods, wares ! peciaily so in the new-paper world. mJ nicrchandi-e which are ifie roe.th. j Qhio is at present tLe preat the p...

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 March 1874

A" O - -s 1 1 HWWW f Ut-f V ) i I- I-' nit V I ; I? t s V I r I A TURD AY: '. MARCH 23 174 New Goods V We are receiving d ail new Goods, which wo ;ai e selling- at extreme ly low prices. Cash Imvers will save ten per cent, by buying from us. Call and see for yourself. " J. H. Plant & Ero. TnircL?l- );ir fricn.f. Wm Alexamfer. Jr. jjd I- the CormER a leck of wool from uf Li Cottwt'IJa 15 inch lonfr. Ti e new Episcopal Church is p proachiiiif completion. Wo are a.lTiel ihat .unsreration service will lc ' lsrld tie K'-tU cf Apr:!, Eev. Tr. Ecrklo, of St. Louii, t-IIiciaung. H R. Walker, heninjr retnree'1 frot:; FrsVVreun,"'JciiLl?Si3S .1 'rv. :S. rrj. w . T "T VT Tmin i atten.M "t. . ... i V all basmeHS prompt;? pofrtntea to una nt'. line of Ufa prpf.-Mion. . . . . i r....i than tor many years. I'lenty of laVor. and to truMe. This section will ra'.se Eiorc corn and les1 cotton than la-st sea aon, though ft good quantity of cotton. Frm what we can leafa, the wheat crop throu-rhoul t...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 28 March 1874

7 4. ' . ' J - Tl . .. . tv HOUSEHOLD HIXTS AND CECITES. WArrurs.-"ae quart flattr, two auail t-i. J x - rait, two teaspoons crtMtm tArtr, ote teaspoon sou a ; m:x : with cne-fotrti pirt nnli. Ixxiaj Ektaix One fttiart 1 utter Eiilk, four f j;i Irttliaii meal, two cup flour, one ehp molasses cue tablespoon cod, ft little "alt. Steara three hoars. Graham MtTFrsa. Six caps graLsra if aX, two cnpa flanr, hro te-c-cas aalt, two-thirda trap xeoIass? or.e tea piwvn .it, -mix with sonr nulk. Bike in its fin rings. Mrmsi One part mi't, Insip of battvr siz' of a hen's ojrsr, two eg?", ore tablespoon brewer's yeast, make it into a thick batter with Soar. Ikt it well and bale in ai-jaick over. . Kte Bre-.d. On quirt rye Sur, one eiaart four, tvo teaspoons sal:, two thirls cap colas-v?, one quart crUi. ai -water, half and half, one yeast cake in a cup c f wat-r. T.rE avx I.tr-Lix MrrrrNTa. Two rspa Liou-a meal, two c-j rye, half cap TeaU K m; over nig-h;; ia the rccmicc- add otf tea poo a soua,...

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 April 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. south. Lavins, the Vicksburger local who lulled Calkin, Las been acquitted. The entire loss by the explosion of tho Crescent City will foot up nearly three hundred thousand. Cas Matlock, the Bed creek murderer, has been sentenced to be hanged on the 2Cth of Hay, at Little Bock. Jesse James, an old and prominent citizen of Saline county, Ari'., was aocidently ehot and killed on Saturday last while out . hunting. John Franklin, a colored waiter at the Worsham house, Memphis, was fatally Btab'y on the 23tb, by Sam Fidnay, the steward. Fidnay has not yet been arrested. The land owners of Texas are taking measures to crush out the cattle owners who . own little or no land. Immense pastures are being fenced in, and there will soon be no open a prairie for cattle. Cant. Goad, acrent -of the Mississippi vauey transportation company, Has returned mm .1. I"- .. 1 .1 .xuiu nnvn u& k vivf anil io" 'wap. th. .. - V- : . 1 1. 11.. ... hum ruo i ail iv laiocu w acu ma navu Ii...

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 April 1874

i , 7 ft 5 s - FARM AXD GARDEN. Mantkb top. Cloveb. A corres pondent of the Rural New Yorker says that Bulphatea of soda and magnesia (glanber and epsom salts) have been found peculiarly efficacious as manures for clover, this being a crop that re sponds much more readily to mineral than to nitogenize manures. The rea son of this is believed to be that the plant draws its ammonia more from the air than from the soil. On land that without such fertilizers gave about three and one-half tons of clover hay the crop was increased to four and one-half tons per acre by manuring with the salts named. Combined with super- fihosphates, these substances would be ikely to show still better results, and a fertilizer thus constituted is well worthy of extended trial on our clover fields. he value of clover, especially when pastured with sheep, is fully recognized by our farmers ; but its systematic growth preparatory to wheat, as is prac ticed in English tillage, is too much neglected, inasmuch 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. — 4 April 1874

".V 1 . 4 ' I- , , t : V S.- f 1 - n , J mfmrn THE HICKMAN COURIER. 8ATURDAY, : : :. APRIL 4, 7874. New Goods ! e are receiving: dail v new Goods, which wo are selling at extreme- ly low prices. Casli ; Duvers will save ten er i lit. by having Call and see .vum us. rn vourself. f.ierch21 tf Ho More Prohibition! 4 H SUBSIDED!! CRUSADERS SURREKDEREDH! See wLat the Hickman Courier says: 1: .averus9 :n its Ccizxns. mO buy Hay. Coru, Brand, Oafs n! Field Seed, of all kinds, oLeap fur li, call on T,, - - PA VIS I5Cr7It. jfcrjtrur oed Sugar, Coffee and Mo- I , go see I DAVIS & I3LF.R. i If you wish Bacon, Lard and Flour cheap tor cash, go see the bevs, f 4 DAVIS & ISLER. i If von want Lizr.o and Cen, era to r taster jour houses and cUteru, wc keep it ou Land, cbe&u for cash, DAVIS & ISLER. - If you want Salt for $1 00 per bur. the """ toys Lave it. To sail vour Cotton tad produce for "?'''' bring it to ; f" jou want i led, tevtr Bill ring it to fob ro the bovs to vou want y...

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 April 1874

4 V i ( : rv- Li HICKMAN tOUiUER. CaLISHSl fMT WEIK T O e o r K o - W a r r e n. , OFFICE : O t eorner of Jackson and Kentucky ., lP ) TU OUUst Xtwnapr in Wflcm Kentucky. GGORGK W.lttBEX,Kaitr. SATURDAY. : : : APRIL 4. IS74 FOR GOVERNOR HON. WM. LINDSAY. OF HICK MAX COCXTY. Jaw. B. Ilecli. The Fraclfort Yromnn announce uttoritative'y that the Hon. Jb B Krek will not aain be a candidate o represent the Aidilsod District in the Congress of the United State. The Yeoman, to malioji r-e sonounceruent confers that tie District tray Dot be able to "fill bis place by one worthy to wear the mantle which fell from Li rhoulder;" bat that they have ' youDjr. worthy, and vifjoroua material from wtich to chooee." This rosy be io. but can the Democratic party of th nation spare Mr. Beck from Couzri io eiperiment with that inexperienced material however worthy ? Mr. B c't id the Democratic leader tf Congress, od whatever ability may succeed him. Aw-WBAfcjui a.nO-' l-gjithHic' m ii flit ut cyard the...

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 April 1874

I '-. ..' ' t V 9 - 1 V ) V f f 'NSV7S "OFTHEWEEK. EAST. ' The loss by fire at Millerstown, But ; ler county, Pa., so far as ascertained, amounts t .to i 232, 800. Insurance 54,350. VpTho trials of the former conductors of he Pennsylvania railroad company, charged I'v'i embezzling moneys, stealing tickets, ;'iVi resulted in conviction. Employes of Gambrill & Son's cofc- . i pSnttory, at Woodberry, Md., have struck ; pel the redaction of working hours ; 10 to 8 hours a day. They number 375 iSwomen and children. (I'C Chinaman was admitted to citizen--fb3rand Bapida, Michigan, last week. ' TJtUji-to be the first Chinaman to reaounce tfi at to th empire. 'r t'ie balloonist, made an as fii Jt San Francisco on the 6th inst. i. "i aearlv over the town of Lanhan- !., 600 feet in the air, the balloon collapsed. There were four men and two ladies in the car. The balloon struck the ground with great force and was draggel about three hundred yards. No lives were lost, but a 1 the occnpants ...

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 April 1874

....... . mf m CANDY 3IAKIXC7 "T" ; Houacbold vreel, and How to Malta Tbciu. .. - Cbham Candy. Two caps rhite su gar : half cap water ; one tableipooniul vinegar; half teaspoon cream tartar ; fla vor to taste. Molasses Caxdt. One quart of mo lasses ; piece of bntter size of an egg ; Btew over a quick fire until the molasses will harden on being dropped into cold water; pour in buttered dishes and pull while hot. Taffy. One cup molasses, one cap of sugar, half cup water, a piece of butter the size of a hickory nut. If brittle when dropped in water, pour out on large plates ; stretch out to the thinnest while warm ; when perfectly old break into squares. Chocolate Caramels. One pint new milk; one eako chocolate (Jit),); one cup and a half sugar (white). Try this on a buttered plate, as it will not criup in water, and when done pour out on buttered pans and mark oft in squares with'a knife as it cools, and then it will easily break when cold. They aivery excellent. Vinegar Cavdt. One' ...

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 April 1874

' - i .5? ff v i X V f f V (7 V. 1 V; J EE HICKMAN COURIER, t.urday, AURIL 11, 1374 "Jarc receiving daily $rJpods, which we in cat extreme- J low price?. Cash ten cr 111 fit v f cent, by nuying Call and see yourself. J. H. Plant & Br w n arch" I tf Vill jell Machinery and Fsrming Imple raents t fscrory price, fright, etc.. nlded. Tbev are agetits for various fac tories, including l !io universally popular K!ngsle.nd A Ferguson factory. St, Loin!. Thrashers, both horse and steam-power, ' aw Mil!?, portable and stationery. Cotton fii'ji, Corn Shellers. Reapers and Mow, etc. One of our best farmers, M D. -Jo!inon, of 15 tom experience- with '"n '-gT" - " bo' bss used five different kinds, rays the Kingsland & FerHsou turaRliOrs beat them all. Farmers ill plfte scad in tbair rrders early. ' rOWELL.fc ERO. hnvf just rpceivd our nw Spring rd Srmmcr flock, rnnsistine of l..lIKS' AM CHII.Li:tNS SHOF.5. Kid, Scree anil Mord?o. in front, side lsee and bution. LVftlKS AND CtllLDRCN HAT...

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 April 1874

p S ., I ,:-,-... V-.. ....... - - -- ' - -far'-y r-i r V 53 mwMK"-. .... -- .f It ,,, ai at 1 1 aaai ilTa mm in ";j''iaugBjagEaga .wn hmhijh w"ainfrr "' 'JL'J.-" r LLLL -r. : HICKMAN COURIER. C5 -e o- r g e - V v r r o h V OFFICE: :, J tli? corner of Jackson atcl Kentucky us., (up stairs. l Ths OUe'i Sfrnoper in WttHrn Kentucky. u r.n n c; i: w a nnnx . r-u 1 1 o r. ATUniA Y, Al'KIL 11. 1374 tOR GOVLIt.tOR HON-AVM. LINDSAY, or IIICKSl.KX CO I STY. Uine a cancelled postage tanip cot a ui3n SoM and cots ut Ctica, N. Y , iLe other day. Gov. Cl ar'es Anderson, of iytf ,..i,tv i4 leeruiiiiir in 1 tuuean o , -- r- turiog poict. , Slrntns, N"l'ic GrantV afianred Lu-hand. i iu Green l'.ay Wi-.coiisi, looking afier Lis lard iucrests. lie la au income of $00,000 per annum WAsniNGro.s- eorepon let. imi W3te that Conare-s wilh net le able to 1.,.-..?h i! h its business i of to "idjouru before the middle of July ! Tl ere arc nine t ppropriatiou bills yet ;--"(, tc considered. - THE candidate, f...

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. — 25 April 1874

-"Ses-Vs?.-,. i Hi" . ' r r NEWS OF THE WEEK EAST. A suit is in progress in New York for $250,000, the estate of late Mr. Mctcalf, of Georgia. The cost of rnnning the city and county government of New York last year was $5o,583,022. Orders have been given to put the United State ships Shenandoah and Guard, at New York, and the Franklin, at Boston, ont of commiodion and to discharge snch men as bare already or nearly served their term of enlistment. , Bnilding in New York, this spring, is much le?s busy than usual. Some say it has fallen off one-half. Nj houses are projected costing over ?20,0. and one-half of the car peiitera. painters and masons are said to be idle. There is great pressure for a reduction of wages by lengthening the day from eiKht to ten bourn, though some employer are willing to pay for the extra two hours. WES 2 A special from Kearney, Mo., gives particulars of the killing of another detective by tho notorious James brothers. The victim was found dead, covered 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. — 25 April 1874

V ssasta J: j . v A' " 4' " f,zi l CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC. TestperatctiS op the Mediterra nean. Between the depths of one and a quarter and two miles the tempera ture of . the Mediterranean is every where constant, at only three degrees above freezing point. Singular Experiment. From a se ries of very curious experiments just made, it appears that the high notes of a violin striug are accompanied with suffi cient concussion to explode iodide of nitrogen on paper ofuxe.l to it. The pound-waves cenerateil bv tha esmlnRirm of the merest trifle of nitroglycerine are aiso, it is lonnn, capable of explod- 1DC an enn.il nnnnfifv nf ir.ili.io r.f tii- troren at a distance of eight and a half leei. The Eartii's Aoe. Dr. Herman J. Klein has just published, at Cologne, a somewhat enrious inquiry concerning the age of the earth, in which he se verely criticizes the attempts of the ge ologists to compute the length of time required for certain formations. Thus Iiiddle Calculates the n nf tha "Mi...

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. — 25 April 1874

4 I s ft v V 7 I. I I EE HICKftAN COURIER, SATURDAY, : : APRIL 25, 1S74 New Goods ! Wo are receiving daily new Goods, -which we are selling at extreme ly low prices. Cash buyers will save ten per cent, by buying from us. Call and see for yourself. J. H. Plaat & 3 vr rearcLSl tf Will sell Machinery and Farming Imp'e rutins at factory prices, freights, etc., added. Thev are ngente for various fac tories, including tie universally popular kiugslan-l .i Ferguson lactcry, St. Louis. Tin atl er, both hoise and steam-power, haw Mill, portable and stationery. Cotton Gins, Corn Sl.ellers, Reapers and Mower.-, etc. One of our best faruicis, M J-'. Johnson, of 15 ye: experience with 'j. n- lift tt.. '1 fi v . ili frpnt s tlia King!! ti'J & Fcrj.-iii.fin thrashers beat tlicm all. Farmers will j le Send, in thir order; early. POWELL ERO. IllII'OStTAXT TO We have just received our newSpiing find "KB'Tiier toek. cnii-isiiug of LADIES' AND CHILDREN S SHOES, Kid, Serge and Murvcco. iu front,...

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. — 25 April 1874

''II. f ; -i it ,. iMv4 1. '--if' f v HICKMAN COURIER. POLISHES tVKiY WE&K BT O e o r g e "V arren, OFPICE : ijMrnrruf JckMn and Kentucky at., (up stairs.) 7'A? OM'Ht Xrvx.nfer in M'.ttrrn Kin'li-ky. U CO 11(31? W A VAiltor, UATITUIAY. A I'll I L -'-V 174. FOR C.0Y!.!:N0R HON- WM. LINDSAY. or iriri:vx cm .vrr. ' The Mai-saebn .. i it"ri l ri'h t.-ft l"-n -frt'eil by 1 e clpini of Williim B WanM iirne. on" f " ouruernus ftn!'y . a t:l present Governor of the Sif. i roiiipromi-e cnnJi. 1fo. Tbi. a Jec-JeJ victory for tv.e IJ.'Koon tr". t people. a Governor V-b!)iir e i tb rsi b' be.it Hut ler kj b-i'ily at 1 ! cinn XIi- 4 1 k iiis:m C liU War. The war between fb iiv.:l Aikansm GTtroor i eausin pront ex i: ment ai mucL troutle. A bii.l buttle bus! Irettlv enued be-treen il.t cfpint f9r., in which severnl were k.lle.3. qJ wour.ded, d the Utile wn only ! tijed by the iatrpoition of Federal At" ttitr w rl'tW iTTrfDreNTFe - I'yup-'. yort A temporary tru" but an out 1 res considered Imm...

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 May 1874

'J" "a, -1S V r 5 " ,X . r 4 r A. srr3 nr Tnp wttptt C w-VI. ill"-' UJJUI SAYIXGS AMI IOIXC.S. 9mmnr a ' 1 - - - - " t I-.., . - , . . .. - ' L V-v i - - ir to J. ' 'tht toinpcraaM r..PTVtacut U sifd to ! eptoadiuj: In Indian. A dispatch frora EvaEsville, Ia-1., tiltm iJiiU the steamer CatiH'TU warf perforated r-a floatiujt log, lii -t. raufct between hir jtl the bark at -fUki(;ti, on the tl. and im 'ediatelr went to pleco nel sttr.k iu tfl feet water. Tha boat and cargo U a total hs. 1 livo werw WU The carga w valued v EAST. Tho New York butter an..! choost ex t&uge. proleata again- I the tNsniiv.s!. btit x oa'lod ofjurs-U"B. Tho fund for tho relief of tho Iouii ju arisTer-ene raltactiiot by boston, hiuhiuu j f SC.O-.U. UU coniia-.Kd auheisriptioo. The Mayors of Brooklyn, Jersey e.ty JUid Newark antsosmoo that they mill proutplly .irwarj CAUit:ilation for the rohef of suffer- rt by the .flood in I.Aaisiana. A o-unaiittee of aaxioi bankers from Yaukforl, fijifinwir. r in Ser Yor...

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. — 2 May 1874

' . i ..t s-a e. V V i J : ITEMS m03I THE, GEA3GES. A Graxoe STKntiis on Coffee. The Kaw Tfartfni-fl rrrnnrf of Pike countv. - d c: - - THVt ;n Knlvi-! Ti it trt htlT COIieO Oil and after the first day of April, unlees tho usual hiirh tmeo of coffee is re- AnA in tm-ntT-fiva cpiits cer round. provided a majority of tho granges eon- nr therein..- Two other erances are recorded as " concurring." After School Officebs attd School Bock Monopolies. The Ciark county find. ) Couucil lias resolved " That the office of county Buperinten lent of schools is nsiUsn, and does.jaot a.l vancd tha interacts of common 6ohool edueitiou : " also, 'That the school hank mononolv is insnffi-rabl. and the grea"ot swindle perpetrated ou our worlfl" Tt recoTt niemla "the immetii- ate ijstablishrufant of a stato publishing Jionue wnero oooks can De nau at rea- Eont.blo cost." Avon Intebnaii Discords. A Mich igan Patrons nres brethren to be "Blind to all opinion in discord Avith the genjral wishes of the gran...

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