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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 2 May 1874

, ' is - f - t ti V aWl!tH If v '' ' V, r, 0 V, t (: niCKM'ANCOUKIKIJ. 0lt,l4C JVC WES VVi,0rnf f Jackrm aud Kentucky ( .- iM (up -.ta.rs.1 9Wf .Vcvtps-seWw H'.stVtw Kftvel-y. wA'TrBOAV. : MAY IT4 , j - fou governoh 1ION AVM. LINDSAY. c r hickms x co ot i . g wi, i -- cur RE?iJENr ?oa Blfllr 11U C n....- Ml MET 4 i:..'ULH AC. T." !a'J'ii'-H A' T.tiichi-i .: ; Ij 1u...b bs- eo f ubJi- iihrry I ai w Wnovr. in s i.I Ii:rry no letse reCi i-'d T nlif from Mr. Pa?, is much iii.r-r'-rd. state- htJ-'bealil. j The (!r..ii',r f H:eknisn r.":ttv j arant a t;i:i"U'v"i"" 'i K ; run I Mirs I tin , p'etneits .f:b'i bed at some centra- i iJcu'i.we,t Keinuckv. and mi in j,ledz ! ir.e ir fUtp-tt. p'liron.iE- eri';b!iji of their meit. we- try U'v 'earn frt? on "f nur rcb.m ires bat Morn., ni-tu is mikmir f idernbla hvisjv near F .rii.ii!.'loi. p.... ni Tn-o "l.-rmon iii-eaeh rV h suythfv do" not beli-VP tr- ! plTiratiiv. but ?mi teach that ! fidrit still h-tr, on roeu !' P"" ! i . cX workij.LM..irHclr...

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 May 1874

J m v COURIER .it a . . . - M1A J . '3 I of i a!11 ljr srd varied stocr .etefODS. CLOTHING, BOOTS. SH IRS. (b.WATCHES, JEWELRf, CLOCKS, lete line of I Te Inst added eonip ?ASII- BLIN1S, ;TXPOY7 GLASS WHITE LEAD HINTS. rt'TTT, ic. rp tro-k of LE AinE?. a lit com - clit fhc bfSt brands of French end i te rt-ican CALF AN'D FI? SKIS3, CITT TA!.NU l!Ai;SEa UEIDLE, HEM IOCS ir J OAK SGLE LEATHI.R. Io 11 cf which we call the :toi!ioa cf CLOJE j CASH BVVEJIS..' Qu irfty-'-tf J. IT. PLACT & DUO. " Will te!l Machinery m.'d Furminjc Irfple aceuts t ficturj prices, frcigble, etc.. uddtd They are ogenrs for varioui fac tories, iiicluj tig the universally popular KiualanJ Frgi:son fuctory. St. Louis. Tbrasliern, both horse and stenm-pewer, Fnw .Ii!, pi tble nd stationery, Ccuoii .'Gins, Corn hel!ers, Keapets and .Mower?, tc. Oue of our best farmers, 11 l'. JihnFOu. cf 13 years experienco wi:h "fl-rs, bo bs tiaid Sre d'rfreieut kind. iaya th Khig-daud & Ferguso'i ihraUers beai tbeui all. 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. — 9 May 1874

: - 0 .J vtv 1 NEWS OF THE WEEK. WEST.. " The temperance movement is said to be spreading in Indiana. - ' V, A schooner is loading at Chicago witn oom to sail direct to Cork, Ireland. i There is a speck of war in 'Wisconsin over the law recently passed by the legiala- Jnm VAorilnHncr farm em m H rr .An TViA r'l- road companies peremptorily refuse to obey the law. The -wholesale liquor dealers of San Francisco have perfected their organization for the pnrpose qf protecting customers in the interior from crusaders, and the local opposition will raiao a very large fund to de fray tho expense tf fighting both in the S-Conrta. A passenger traia on the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chisago railroad, bound east, yWere thrown from the track at Summit station L 1 1 . 1 " , ' . 1 , 11 IT on mo iiu, oj a niupitiseu ewucn, muu an iqo cars, except the refrigerator, caught fire and were totally consumed. A large mass of mail and express matter, including the CaUfori mail, was burned. EAST. On the mor...

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 May 1874

HWKT Gr o O ! 0 th eo Old a: . v. 1 , i JX'S GHOST. "" . Even With Her j Eliza Godwin, who tit before the courts 1 a writ de lunalico discharged, developed istances which not only ons of the novelist and ;an only find their paral ny and prim Nemesis of ilogj. Miss Eliza Ood oer of a respectable fami icated and cultivated lady, , mere school-girl, twenty igo. made the acquaintance in Throckmorton, an accom nd fascinating man of the an twenty yeats her senior, jnce upon her amounted to an on which she could Dot control, confiding and inexperienced, at school-girl a of idealistic ten and she very soon engaged her . marriage to him. When he had jd this advantage, he ruined and abandoned her, but the shadow of larkness into which she fell envel 1 him aleo, and it has never left him ier, and never will, although he is .wing gray with years and passing 3 years of passion, and she is a faded, ?urv woman, out of whose life hope ms disappeared, and for whom remains only the passive obedience ...

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 May 1874

V ,. A:, r A I - I V L I CKMAN COURIER. ( rOBLUMBl TEnt K BT bor?G V arren, h eomer Of Jckson nd Kentucky U-, (op stairs.) VUf'l fl'rrrriptr itt Watern K'n'ucky. EORCJC tf AKKKX. Editor. rruRDAV, MAY 0, 1S74 (,inr.h..(.u r' r , r1 ,.T -tr-tr t TVrvC1 A'r I W31. LLiN , Of JtlCKSf.KX CO US' TV. (i Orsnpers in Cotf-e - county are ipg of building a cotton factory. .VOKDINQ to a Knsa deciiofi, a and and wife can enter a show ou ket reading "admit one." n t a time feMrl Hood to the ,t. lie will ftply to Gen. John l.a'a teview of hU war career. Oeti. John C Breckinridge, who hnd severe attack of pneumonia a tew aya since at Lexiogton, is convules- A Lopan county nesrro woman stole Ireas to be baptiied iu. The theft La discovered and the immersion had be pottpoued. J. R. Golladay, the blind man. Lav g been exposed and run out of St. ooia, ha9 moved his lottery awiodle -ia.iii''wiljte"r n Denver, and be was aa poor a waiter lit he ia Congressman.1' Kentucky's Senators divided on the nrrency ...

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 May 1874

-1 -f ii !the HICKMAN COURIER, ATURDAY, MAY 9, 1874. fm, IB. Benny WIAL NOTICE! ; . 'r .I AIT '! .'angers ana vuiersi o Reduction in Goods! aest brand of Frints, only 10c per A Bleached Domestics, only 10c per rown Sheotmg, only luc rer o ineii 'Dress Goods, latest styles, ic per yard. ,din Dresses, all colors and styles, td goods, at 10 to 15c per yard. f -K new style of Dress Goods called Gran ger Mixtures, washes well, 7-8 wide, 15c per yard. York Suitings, new style, only 15 pev yard. Genuine Japanese Stripes, only ISc per Ward. Ture Linen Towels, only 10c apiece. Ladies' Hose, good quality, only 10c per -fcortraent or Clothing, Boots indShoes, and all the latest novelties at ery low figures. Gents' anl Ladies Hats, etc. These goods are bought at bottom prices nd will be Hold to suit the tiroes. Before purchasing elsewhere call at "YWn. "R. Benny's ma.y9 Hickman, Ky. In Addition "Val large and varied stock of S, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, AtCUES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS, list aa Jca a comp...

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 May 1874

f 5 ' -jtfe? . ,5 .v- NEWS : OF THE .WEEK. - t : . ; E&ST. t - , r The regular official statement of the city ind county -debt issued by Comptroller Green, of New York city, shows an increase during April of over four million dollar. M ' Six miles east of Phfladelphia three cara loaded with oil, aud one with live hogs. were burned on the 12th. Two hundred feet of the track'wan destroyed, and the laila badly twisted. A joint resolution has passed both branches of the Pennsylvania legislature, by a nuanimoas rote, akins the president of the "Umlad Stated to appoint a board to- re-ex&m- iae tue.proceediiigs in the case of Geu. I'itz John Porter. Application has been made to the supreme court for an order winding np the Samana bay company and appointing a re- ceivet The petitioner is a creditor named Wo. Rowland, who nays tbere were two com panies, the Samana bay company, of San Do mingo, owning all the debts, aud the Qarnaua bay company, of 5iew York, owning all the property. ....

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 May 1874

i f 1 I'-1 '- 2 Jf 1 sv ft FAKM AXD GAKDEX. ' Hat Tk tor CAtrES.-. farmer who had oalf of value and no milk to give it was advis! to give it hay tea. He did ao and the can is reported as doinpr fine ly though it has neither received hay nor meal since he got it. He cuts the best and finest hay he has, about two inches long and pours boiling water over it le lit stand until cooled to about the Leat of milk from the coo-, when the tea is given to the calf and the hay to the cow. Both calf and cow thrive on their feed. We have fed a great deal of hay tea to calves, with good results. Orowixo thb SrNFLOzr- The cul tivation of the sunflower is said to meet with great favor from the planters in British Guinea. These flowers, which flonrish in marshy plaees, yield from eiffhtr to one hum red bushels of seed to the acre : and each bashel furnishes from five to seven quarts of an oil which ia excellent for illuminating purposes, beside beinsr of use in the mixing of paints. Its flavor gives ...

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 May 1874

r C-'Vi ' ' 4 a ' 9. . V f. : r mi miA'.:jr,.'.mJ LL- 3- T THE HICKMAN " COURIER, SATURDAT, : : :. MAY 16,1874 Wm..B. Benny SPECIALNOTTCE! '' ' - -' i r To Grangers and Others! Great Reduction in Goods! The best brand of Prints, only 10c per yard. Ooo! Bleached Domestics, only 10c per yard. Heavy Brown Sheeting, only 10c per yard. Black Iron Frame Grenadine, only 2Sc worth CO rents. Fine Poplins suitable for the season, only 25 certs, worth 50 cents. Grenadine Dresses, all colors and styles, good foods, at 10 to 15c per yard. A new style of Dress Goods call! Gran gers Mixtures, washes well, 7-S wide, 16c per yard. York Suitings, new style, only L"e per yard. Genuine Japanese Stripes, only 18c per yard. Pure Lincu Towels, only 10c rfece. Ladies' Hose, good quality, only I'Jc per pair. A large assortment of Clothing, Boots and Shoes, and all the latest novelties at very low figures. Gents' anl Ladies' Hats, etc. These goods are bought at bottom prices and will be sold to suit the time...

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 May 1874

s V' - T - I - ft IM5KM gj. -t i rcsita ttm week sv t CV e o r : o W a, r r o n. , OFFICE : las corner of Jackson aud Kentucky ts. (UP StlT8.) ?A OUeit S'evtftper in Wtttem Kentucky, - . I IjCOItilG W.1URIX r.Htor. , - - VTUKOAY, MAY 16. ! TOR fJOTEKNOfi , . , . HON' l. Il lS I-)A 1 . or IIICKMXS C'OC'XT y. hmmmmhvmv j The Genera! IJapU-f jcia'iuti wilt moet in Frankfort, Thurxday, May 21 A dinner at D-drunriicrt'i. New York, recently eot 85000 for the single iuiu ul floweri. The Pop; ! received 15 str yifts valaed at ?1 5.001) fruin erviujf uiuiJ. iu Great Britain. A ri-hti))op Bay ley. at tho lat'er part of thi ni'imh, will make a buiue?R trip to the West. Squire Grant dropped dead with popleiv while plowing hi field Dar .Mayfield, last week. M mudcr n.ncrnft n counn home, . ... r .. I atid has bnrciiaseil tne house ol oeoa i .. .r ..... - I t.r liurlHit m aHntipii'U. General .Toe Lint, b.o i General Joe Lint, b.o r:io for Vice- I'iC.ideot in ISiit). atill liviutf iu Ore t -..Oil,...

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 May 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. EAST. . Doyle, the New York policeman who mnraerM Alvry Lawler, has boen sentenced u ijrujory or ure. A slup-load of Danish convicts, -who ately arrived in Xw York city, will be sent hi m me vesael which Lronght them over ' The regular official statement of the ty and county debt issued by Comptroller .i , .w lorn city, Bhowan increase -urU.g April or over four million dollars TW. i . .-u fcuoueana coopers are on the ie m ew lork. Tlie object is eaid to be neither more wage nor Jobs Lonrs but to im, u.e oieliarSc of non -union coopers United Stat, s has begun suit on a or x-postmiter Jone, of Xe v ,r luo 5eovery of $101,000, embezzled u jiib cieric, Norton. 0 A i xiiiaaeipuia turee Cm loweu with oil, aud one with live ho- vprn l.ri --. 1 it . , . " ' uu iuojb, lnr0 hnndred feet wa i.;troycd. and rhe iail3 badly Scran ton. Pa., reports the suspension of the Laakawina lr0I1 company, throwing uian out or work, while at "ewise treated by the wool-hat actorr. Applicatio...

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 May 1874

: ;- jr -. . I , f v -r I 1 i . I4U. i r i v A PAT'S F1IILOSOPUT. When the winter i eold I keep myself nno ; When ths lammtr la but I keep rov.e f cool : It ntebba I'm bold, 'yid it's snebbe I'm no ; Mir a gossoon' a fool When be ses into barm ! Eez my old Uncle Dan " A wm one and stiddy " Whet's the world to a man w bea his vile in a widdy t " When tbe soldier strata by With bU award at his side, And tbe rattle, rattle drama Beat the roll and tbe call. He tnty (?i or may fly I e'ay here till death eon.ee. For I mind rue of all That in battle have died ! I am like Uncle Ban, For be Mid troth and did he "What 'a the world to a man W bea bia wife is a widdy t " When the pallor boiata sail, Aud stand oat on the deep, L-aving tweetheart or wife And the chiider behind. He timpta the wild Kale, And he trifle with life, And be "jinks, d'ye mind, Where th mermaidem. sleep ! " Pa',"- aex old Uncle IMa, Stay at home with yoor Biddy : What's the world to a man When hia wife is a widdy T " Let ...

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 May 1874

- s Ui' v r w. tJrpTrjVrA "VCOl f I IT I j - ' Gcorjro W ii. rren,: CJb'jyjLOJbj " ' if le corner of Ja-ckSf-D end Kentucky j a.-., (up Biiiri. Tht Oldest Xrtrsjiaua in Mt:ri TiTcnlit' ATURTA, MAY 23. lo74 rr" i ron fiuvr.iiNon. !I0lS ul DOiL 1 . I vf mch'XAX merry. - Turner f 1 ii I nriPi'f' Xte sre enrVu uu r.cctrp-?!v nd au- i thoritmiel lo ifiTft Col. t'scai- I'urner's ! poitiiiou rli tlo currency q'laiion, our re- - wort of hit wtfi nff beinu sai ipfnctorj I . .,r.tr H frioinl.4 c-orr- lHiu cf us than tsr, that our report lift hi" poU iav eon fused. nd we confess our nou-cruiol . ii .4 a of ibe word "zrecnbick." etc, let t u greentnciw. tic, icti u- ; io.ilv .... i. . i an)i Crt IliH 1 11 t . I j - ; j Cul. Turner usid rhi.' carrenev q-iostinn : was ooe of gr T.innitiil'-, utd iliaj t.i,em nd hcet men of it.c Liutt state , ditTrpd ftbont it. Tlim Smutors Tlinrtna I and StT?non li-.d v.ied i-riin''l the r nrt bill, vet ''d by Uraiii: that he had among ptbers .Mr. IfeeJTcs. forme...

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 May 1874

- " r 4 r. .- if ft pE HICKMAN .'COURIER, I ' Tb.r fvTLT.DAV, j ; iic b. a u a perfect eerih of lea j Sow Statisic op Fclto.n Cocn- t For the Hijkfiinn Courier. -i MAY 23, lS-74 j Tiiero J9 promise of uLulj;: at early , .'imt'!:tteJ shows n;.t oaly a marked ad I Tt. The a-wis!ni'it oi' Ku!!ca count just C7ICrl nn Ht aen t UCtkj f T ( PECL . i fruit jot. TO Some of our Lancer AJ'VU 12 i ji:.'.rra riy ins ctit worms ! vaneo in vftliii.t Ions, but is also full...- ;,. i terribly i- nubsr of acres of Jan. I, town lots, j r;L Lin;:, May 15, 1S74. s Learn it some bai l loh. cm iidiu.it c lor jailor, uta, in Louis- i ui.or loan...-: vil. c turn Iki.sj (uic 0. . pris.vi-r.s. hv -utter the now asscsruent the total i r i .... . .i r ... ih mi...- of Juiu. IV-v. i very uiEiuitlv : i r; r t !i at Ohe been report.-;.! jn rte of the cavintr,' that V. . L. Tat- r. did. uv pri i very Jills m. i:kxirt. fc -.:J -4, nm.9 r standi HENRY A. MERRY. G'Onnat&owa. i i7V 3 y. "7 WMMlSSIO?it"N MERCHANTS, ...

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 May 1874

ft . . ' i T J "J 3- ""r - NEWS OP THE WEEK. , 4 X. " - EAST A dispatch from the scene of the Mill river disaster aays the last two bodies have been found, and the total loss of life ia now known to b 147. Some idea may be formed of the terrific force of the rushing stream of death by the statement that the fissure in the rained barrier shows that the flood must hare started with a volume of 175 feet wide, and 35 feet deep. New York ia expei imenting in com- pnlaory education. A law baa just gone into effect requiring the parents and guardian of children between eight and fiiteeu years of age to give them annually at least fourteen weeks cf elementary instruction. Probably the most practical feature of tho law is that which forbids the employment at any labor of children within tho above ages during the time the public schools are open. WEST. Northampton, Mass., lost nine bridges nearly new by the mill dam fl xl. . Henri Roehefart, who was a passen ger on the Mika lo from Australia,...

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 May 1874

If I i'i 4 I 9 LTEIOCS AM SCIENTIFIC. riitBEK Font THorsAD Teak3 Old. Probably the oldest timber in the oriel is that vhich is fount! in the an ient temple of Eprpt. It is 4,000 years old and perfectly sound. QrANTrrr op Salt in the Ocean. Every body knows that the waters of the ocean are very salt to the taste ; bnt how many of you have thought of the immense quantities of salts of differ ent kinds that must be in the Atlantic and Pacific to give a flavor to unch enor mous bodies of water? Scientific men have thotifrht about it ; and one of them (Captain Jlaurv) has told us that if all the varions f-alts of these oceans could be separated from the vater and spread ont equally over the northern half of this continent, they would form a cov ering one milo deep. So heavy would be this mass of salts that all the me chanical inventions of man, aided by all the steam and all the water-power in the world, conld not move it so much as one inch in even eenturies of time. New Railway Sioxal....

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 May 1874

nCKMAN'COUIUEH. ro.MJiir kteiiv week u - v r ... LJr e O V LJT O V II 1" 1 " H s ; OFFICE: ! fla tk corner of Jackeen an d Kentucky A1"'" i 7n? Pir..f ; -r in Wtttrrn K, nturtu. . . KOKCiE WARIIH.X. Xlditor. t-ATCKDAY, MAY "', ltfT4 FOR GOYEKNOi: HON.WM. LINDSAY of uickmw rocxrr. A crusade i goinii to be inaugurated agxiost the pals who chaw gutu. The tiamo of the Troy to i he changed to the Olion Cutmty 1 c irr. TtlE complaiut is general through out the State that a final 1 fly ia dca trojinpj the tobacco plants. The wile of IMmund S. StoUe, the murderer of FiA hi obtained a di vorce It is reported that Ki President Andy Johnson wiil be in attendance at the Masonic eclebratiou of the -4th ..r' T :.. 1. "uuc ,u JUUJ"- ' One hundred and forty-seven bodies ! hnr. hprn recovered at the fcCcne of : the Mill river disaster. This is the ll!i T 1 T . '. 1 1. . full Lumber of persons missin-. News from the North west with re gard to the crocs is cheering. The , t 'h ieniro T7nns has news fr...

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 May 1874

1 t -v r 1- -j;f ; HiUKMAN. r' COURIER I run DAY, MAY 30, 1874. 7m. IB. Benny T ' PECIATj OXICE! ' . J 3at Reduction in Goods t i he best brand of Trims, only 10c per J. ood B.caciied Domestics, only 10c per i 1 Icary Crown Sliccting, only 1; per ; 1 rilarV Iron Frame Oren-idiuc, only 2sc j rth :0 cents. i Fine Tord'uis suitable for t ho ecftson. y 2j cents, worth . cf;n's. Grenadine Dresses, ell colors nnd styles, od gooJs, at 10 to l'ic per ynrd. A new style of Dre.-s Cco ls called Grn- -rs MixturCH, washes well, 7-S wile, loe ; r yard. Y'ork Sfuitines, ne'.v p'.y.e. onijr loc per; ST,1. i Gcnt.iue Japanese .Stripe?, only lc per j ard. Pure Linen Towels, only apiece. Ladies' Hose, good j'ia!itv, only ITk- per air. A large asortment of Clothinp v. ... 1 nn.l r-KnerJ. and all the latest novelties at J rtrv low gur. These goods are bought at bottom prices ! - ill be sold to suit the times, "jlefore purchasing elsewhere call at "Win. 13. Benny's ma9 Ilickmnn, Ky. In Addition T.i o-ir ...

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. — 6 June 1874

m ;; - 4- ' W't ... ;fi '. , ..nr. . . ' ":'' - - - - - ., - Ik" t , ; . ... - . ; r' - - - NE WS"OF " THE WEEK -r- - - sr - , " '?ifctflfr n I mast. : te?f?zr .r- - The Broadway stage strike haa ceased. The hod carriers of New York are on a strike for 52.50 per'dar, stopping all buUd- uig operation a. t i - paiaier named ,UcCulIoch, while worsmg on a bnJce at the. Tlirfin land, at Niagara falls, last week, fell off the scaffold, and was carried by the current to the ouge or me rails, where he canght on a rock, .icruuceaeir.gexrarta from the bridge and euore, 3IcCulloch was finally rescued from his penlons position by John Couror, who. at the peril of bis own life, tied a rope" to his bodv ami mauo liis way to the rock where SIcCul- iocu naa leen hanging. WEST. Gen. Cnstar is organizing a military expedition to the Black hills in Dakotah the fabled site of rich gold mines. A host of ad- Tentnrers will follow in his wake In 1818 there were five Masonio lodg. in Indiana 'riarAArA. - ....

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. — 6 June 1874

.. f , ' . -; r - - S I e t .PAKSOX UCK. To a Avowry country villape Oime a certain lrarfon Lee ; And a man no qnaiutly different From all the other men aa be Tnat the "Sqnire himwif, the f keptir. Came to chcrch to bear him pray. And to note tlie trnce thicgs uttered By this marvel of tie day. The eccentric paid thi planet Was a trne and g'KKiiy place, An 1 the only thin it wanted Wjs the more of hearen's Brace ; Ard he soupht to ebow the people. Htur to think and work and live. Bo that each should help the other And un:o the needy kits; How the door that leads to heaven Was most amply broad and wide. And how each could turn the Uacdia And pro easily inside; That the very eiitlct natare In the world may yet be strong ; And how truth is always wisdom. And all wickedness is wrong. He explained bow true religion Wart day-workinj;, nothing more; That tLis- wcrld ma not an ecrao, N-'r we jrel.Mes on the ebore ; But that thinking men and women Should fii.il b-itir things to do Thau la tw...

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