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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 6 June 1874

........ -T"-TTirT?T" i 0 I ivJK.M A I tUUJvlLlk. t riit.iiitiHTns i ; OFFICE : V, taorner of Jackaon and Kentucky W ! .Jjt Stvpiyer in Wttttrn Kentucky, j - . : ; ;:o h u r. w i ii n r.x . editor. i iUAY. JI NK ii. 1 571 rou UOVEKNUK SiON.WM. LINDSAY ' .7rA'JAA i.oVSTY. . John C- Urecliinride ir!wl ii in health. univpra' ciy tLrojhout lie i rm, rain. ' . t-o'wity i iti;p..jtiu buy, cru idiotic (iihsoii biiiifle maker iud peip.ful u.iiuu. r Ncal ca!I the u udcrjri w 1 1. ol rartf, "Oar Y.mc Stock.'' . fjilurti f the tobaro p'ant-' U b j;eueri tbroJLoul the oiijjal c -iid-i-i'tf il Mi'vCifi i..ner with Blrai. fiii'H n.id Uc ir. i r:,j Trcn'-n -".. 1,'asr.tte reports, - appearance tt rul-io !'"." A1, Tur. army r Joadjaj. A TMd minister in a coun'rv vt;Iar , a coun'rv viilarp ,. J. . lose ( d Ins cou ,r o prvui .a ku-v. .. r.eJ ferveiiiiy tor th " , .. w-'ioo "wro tre to ! . .. 1 . . . . 1 j .Newa comes from the West ih-.( an ; .!t.Ou haa teun iu tbe bot-oiu ol . . r- ;. c, .1 r. !, .....

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 6 June 1874

5; -e- - - --. Ci .... HICKMAN COURIER, ! ATL'KDAY, JUXE 6.-1ST Sm. IB. ISennv! 7 Special notice! - jQASH. DOORS. BLINDS. WINDOW reat Redacticn in Goods!; H, TKlW The Vest branJ uf lrint, onlr ICc per . , r- i i - , Kea rswu Slitting, or.'r lOo F" rd. Black Iros Kriu:? OrenaJlac. rtli CO cent. Hue r.pllns tuhrtU f..r the .iua, ly -3 cents, r.h 50 ccr-U. Orenadine l'r"s -a. ull Culca and s'vle c J goods, ju. 10 to io per yard. A ufw atyle of Dress G-jtus called Uran- ra Mixturea, wsLm well, wide, 15c r yard. Vorii SuiiicJi, r.e J'.v'e. on:v 13c rd. i,.,, . c.,.;-;, ta. -tine Japau-r F.i:pe: eslr lc pet l-:re IJnen Towels, only 1-V spice Isjies' Ho?e, g-.-o 1 (j-.ality. or Oc per A Isrge assortmrr.t cf Clothln -i.. id -"-hue.", and all the latt - e : I Ci st i ry i w figures. 'ivnts' aul Laiies' i!;s, etc .ftec goods arc ixat b-rtj-n pricos 1 will be .'..! to suit the tin-e. re riTrciaisin: Isew here ca'.I at 3 " Ilicki.inn, Ky. il i.ll Machinery and Farraint: In)ple nta at factory j ...

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. — 13 June 1874

-.-.St.', .M--:- ' v ' - ". : IL- ' mm . -n iwm'-;- -rmn-JJ NEWS , OF THE WEEK. ' . EAST. Four hundred men have been disk charred from tbe iron mines at Port Orani, N. r, and five hnndrw will be discharged f ron? the Hibernia mines next Saturday. The wages of thoee retained, baa been reduced to tl.25 centa per day from 1.50. , A gipsy fortune-teller encamped with a tribe a few miles from Brooklyn, N. 1 quarreled with tbe leader of tbe band. He 6truck her, and her eon, a boy, knocked him down. Tbe leader fired eeveral shots at tbe boy. The latter, wlio was bit, etagerel to ward the leader and stabbed him ia the arm. Tbe leader then shot tbe boy through the heart. The boy was thrown into one of the wagonH, and tbe band hastily left. United States war vessel Gettysburg has arrived at Sew York, with instruments and appliances for tbe scientific corps engaged to make observations of the transit of Venus. The stores contain five seta of houses and tents, besides scientific instruments, wh...

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. — 13 June 1874

tsusw1- afc. I SUGGESTIONS FOB THE LADIES. jfrw Styles in Belts. In belts, the Yun'ety shown irems to increase daily. Those of velvet, leather, Russia leather and seal-akin, with their three silver clp-S ri not new, bat novel designs in the clasps are shown, and two metals are used in combination with the same rood effect as in jewelry. Some belts - appear which are composed entirely of metal, and will look well with every toilet, lighting up a dark dress, and corresponding with a lighter garment. The Biogla clasps for belts are no smaller than those worn last year, and all the old jokes about doorplates will continue in force ; bnt some of these sqnare and oval plates are wrought in designs well worth stndyiDg. both for elaboration and bear.ty, and it will be probably some time before they disappear entire ly. The a umonirrca are neither larger nor smaller than formerly, and can be bought in velvet or lenther and with mountains of nickel, silver or cold; some of tbetn have two comp...

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. — 13 June 1874

HICKMAN COUUIKK. pitra.irt nt wire T d e o r jar W 'irron, On lis corner of Js,ekco:. at Entrtdty . sis., (up stiirs.i J if Qlhit Xncifjyer in WtHfrn Ktr.taeij,. tiKOItt It" W4IUli:.. Editor. t-AT llilAY, J UN K 13. IS74 rcf GOVERNOR. HON. -WM. LINDSAY. or 111 CK MAS CO VST V. A Chicago woniau rr! -j !ot a font ws cerfcleJ by the rrSreiiou that she tU.l hd enough tu ""ske two com ti'o (eet. intend t Jctrsr.d of the Demo cratic tarty of Kentucky the candidate ... WTj. n M ,ITT 111 1 1 1 S PHlf V ! that the First Cot.Kre-eio.iHl ritrtct . has n.-ter flickered wheu the party hu I pal ioutided the charge to do battle aditiht our etieOitc, tut that we were ftlway in the an, atd fouht nobly tirtif the victory nn wou. Hut we mij he -ked irhst re iutet.ti tu Ji ii ire do nwt pet the Cieudiute? We iu lecd to suik ; and wh'rti we te the trot we, it rueon the li-mcrt of the Firt Iitricr. Put tht in jenr pi id itncke it I'a-ivcuh ncder'aod ht one nay asi c4er;aod ht one dy 'ast J- VfBdtraiiteri...

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. — 13 June 1874

CU ? V .1 . " f. t 7 1HK HICKMAN COURIitR I' JAI VHI,Y. JUNE" 13.1874. WHS- rmt t SPECIAL NOTICE! Great Becucti. n in Goous! Tle best brand of Trims, only 10c per jari. Gocl Elracned Domestics, oaly 10c per yarl. Heavy Brow a Sheeting, col 10c per y .r I. Black Iron Frame Grenadine. en!y I"So WOT'L f.O CPU'S. Fine Toplins suitable far the season, ' eniy 2.' cents, wnrih 0 ccn'B. Orcr.edine Dresses, all color and styles, foad goods, at 10 to 1'c per yard. A new sty! of Press Ooois cnUe-i Grn- Mizlurea, washes well, 7-S wi.i ISe per yard. York Suitings, new style, only l'c 7r y erd. Genuine Japanese Pi ripe", only ISepcr var-?. Pure Linen Towels, en'y 10c apiece Ladies' Hose, good qualify, only 10c per r air. A Jarjce asf.si f tneisl cf Clothing Borts f n '1 Shoes, and nil the latest novelties a? j very low figures. j Gents mii t Ladies' Hats, etc. i i llii -r goods me In udt n: bottom prices j Htiu "Hi "" 'I i u I 'lie t.uics. Before it: cliii tig elsewhere oaM at Wid. 15. If'imy mi9...

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. — 20 June 1874

OF THE WEEK. Lot EAST. Blanchard's anti-secret society ention at Syracuse. N. Y., organized lr aa the National Christian Association, agreed to establieb a new' party to war ist eecret eocietios, intemperance, tobacco 'kindred evils. b the annual meeting at the academy e West Fomt alumni, rrof. Church in- iced a resolution, which was unanimoulv ted, inviting all graduates, bo'h south and li, to join in the anniversary dinner next on Jane 17, the anniversary of the bat- f Banker Hill. WEST. fhe Indians in Alaska, according to a r, are fighting it out among themselves, 'he bridge oyer the Mississsppi river .Louis is completed, and railway trains re passed across. tlrover (dem.) is elected governor of gon. The legislature is about equally .deel between the democrats, republicans, I independents. The farmers of Illinois and Indiana le held political conventions the pasi week, V made np state tickets for the ensuing aous. liaise or J:iil;ar.a took the name independents. LA Kansas paper s...

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. — 20 June 1874

HOUSE, FAK3I AD GARDEN. Fob Colored Goods that ' Won't "Wash." To set blue : Take one tea Bpoonful of powdered sngar of lead, pour on enough boiling water to dis solve it, add this to one gallon luke warm water, stir it up, and take care that no sugar of lead settles around the edges or bottom ; put fabric in for half an hour, wring out and dry before wash ing. To set green : Use alum in same way, taking care that the fabric docs not lie upon bottom of the vessel, while it is soakin?, as the alum is very apt to settle, and if it comes in direct contact with fabric will injure it. A Frequent Trocble vara Kerose.se LAMrs. The light often i3 unsatisfac tory while all is apparently in good or der. It should be borne in mind that, though the wick is but very gradually burned, it is constantly becoming less able to conduct the oil. f During several weeks some quarts of oil are slowly fil tered through the wick, which ctops every particle of dnst or other matter that will with the utmost c...

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. — 20 June 1874

, r -,tT , Il.-P rneyrewloal Contention. Cd. t'rolund. , irlk'le, ..t.r Hwi.nJ For the Die. -n,n ( o.r. r. li'V? rttSTtttt? S. X. VAXASSSO:. i 4 v l H tJL IvUiK. ! , A vcy !rcc number of ciritens of ' t nr""nti f u fi Ion. v l UI.a 4t. m i i ji t 7 ! t U!.Jtri.,a tu. -u.O Cvrre.p-n i.nc tJMU o. c. Bayard Tutor's c-r.nt of the Mitr-cm , r0. t y... ti, .,rh. of 4 T-TT?7' 0- - ....1 - Smc iii U LI letweeu tueui- ibico..s,fv. and some front Hick man. iWuk, , iu ii. V. Li thrde,. of the ..... : artlB. V Aiil llil ii' 5 1" & O 1 IX O "N- tX 1' I' C -V , ! htrx of tr.o i'o:i-c-fs:l eomtatttee !ur Giaves and I.ilhird. have ujdre.-.ed u Oi' even greater in'eie-t i- the . vet. ri-pn di.nh.n h'igi i ci her hot,,r, hUnt- ; VT ?-r" a,"i'"r;'"j I) ar.no-jn,'" tW ! ") OTOIH t 1 thU P;ct, relative to jhe j the in.piry ,f ,e W any hurll-ii" hou.,.iohl nopi.-,..., of ; ST ' SU.Kv.ri.f f I Ha ,Vot,rn.r a .ta.-rr .a a convent! an 'a .:., in a Lco j-fpie-.h n a to whether Jndite Crews ' 'u'f- 1 w I"...

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. — 20 June 1874

. at. n- ibMbA1- a3-.j&-4.ita WHWtM.'T! IXHilAJUl1. If. JJ .ai- .MLtarV..5iiJ.lMtjlJBI J' ." BU J 11 J UL Jt ! lfcd.V.''ii: fa.'. t 1 VivLjU' THE IIICITHAN . COUIUEK, 1 p?rtt wth h:n b The propecta for the melon crop tbia eott id sali tp be ep!on iiJ. Skiing Machine 2Sc1(h. Trip to Padccait Tije Masonic Celebration on tiie 24:h. Th IHcJtrr.aa Sie.irr.er Glasgow wiil lt-ite Hhth:n.n, Tuesday evening Juno 23, at 7 ill's 2'"!tnr. Vj . J '. vi .v) i. years. Xa 16'.4 they reaj Miaca'a 1'uJat, M.. Jo tae keewn aaObioa (r.jsv L-e; nefisce. wli-ja lor'uaa Ct:' ...... .1 KLe attaclifi 1 A1CRD.W: t :"Jt:NK 2i. .-,74. Ntw York Sea. oauoty, Taa- 1 A W Sewing MaCLiae ztroJles. o b; had at P la Lij hciuion ve.-.terJav caorolair XU.; "rVj . ' :X ;.., ; 'ij. ' i' t! i , h-s.c, ,i, ,,f I.irh ,.vi.i:y. fjiJ?.: cjL' L' : S X I"' - . i . ' '? v- ' v . . i --, r . .. i ! UNlJ !) i ,.c-i--.(. t ( -r ! - J ' v c. J !.?:;.,;: v Irrri.:t . t)i- a . t -Tl 3 . . ... i ! ' i C..-;zitai i L'ntt : ! . t. ' C...

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. — 27 June 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. :. EAST. While the International circus was parading the etreeta at Van Wert, Ohio, laat week, the tiger, which was riding on top of a wagon, became enraged at something and made a terrihle attack on its keeper, M'lle Be Oraner Lee, badly lacerating her hand and limbs and tearing her clothea in ehreda. She retained her presence of mind and succeeded in keeping the beast pjrtly cowed nntii it waa secured, when sho fainted. Her injuries are not dangerous. WEST. Brigham Young gives 133 acres for depot grounds at Ogden, the proposed Junc tion of the Union and Central Facidc, as well as tha Northern and Southern Utah roads. Next month the railroad war will be carried iuto Iowa. The Northwestern and Burlington companies are prepared to fijrht it out in that etate as in Illinois and Wisconsin ; but tho.-e are j-ymptorua of weakness on the rart of the Kock Island company. Tha lant named company, several years ago. in order to secure au extension of time on a land -grant, s...

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. — 27 June 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. DnuBLi Timber. A correspondent cf the Prairie Farmer finds the wood of the cat&Ipa much more durable than white oak for posts catalpa posts get boot 1845 outlasting white oak posts set about ten years later. But he finds the Osage orange on the whole the best timber for posts, growing rapidly, and proving very durable, and the planta tion when cut reproducing itself readily. How to Usb Paris Green. D. C. Richmond, of Ohio, recommends the following way of applying this virnlent bug-killer, avoid;ng the danger of the arsenic dust-flying in tne air and en tering the breath. A hogshead of wa ter, with a faucet, is drawn on a wagon to the potato field, as a reservoir to draw from. Fill a pail with water and stir in a heaped tablespoon of pure Paris green, and more if impure. Dip in an old broom, and with it sprL.kle the infested plants. Bright sunshine is the best time. ' 'WoRCESTERsnrRE Sacce. A corres pondent of the London Garden gives a recipe for this popular sa...

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. — 27 June 1874

'. m mia u art- tncroiANCouiiiEn. rviMinsi ijcrv iriu bit Goo r p c "V n v r o n , O. JPICIE : Ou tha comtr of Jackfon and Kentucky sts., (up stairs.) tAe XMet XtK-fuiprr in Wtsl- rn Kmlurky. (;roit(a:uAitn n . 1 t o r. atthpa, JUNK 'J7. 1S74 FOll GOVERNOR 1LONMVM. LINDSAY, or jiicemax corxrr. 1 .on lit A sm II :i u& A Wuulll fail 10 ID .rare r.c.t if all hoot-Ic know how i ihry were HiaJc. Aoytbirig MMas tnucbe.l wis turn 01 to gob'. In tl0e Jays, toui-h u man with yolJ nud he'll turo Into any tiling. Ad oeeotiiplihed ojticin UKcrests to the opponents of eorpnral puni-h iticntH that the jdace lor 'pupils' 'u un der t lie lush. A fellow writes us to know, are ba bies ever kidnapped when they are cribbed? W: irive it up, but wish they were. The hunters of Kentucky niu?t have ten actively employed in Wavue last 'winter, for it i Mated that claims were llowed at the May term, 1874, of the oe Circuit Cajy? lor iz bumtred seventy sevcu ioz aui wuj cai m TL SmUwilla JUntner relateo th...

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. — 27 June 1874

V' ' r J I HE HICKMAN COURIER,! r ATURDAY, : : : JUNE 27. 1S74. mm. IB. Benny (The Best is alwys the Cheapest. Great Rednctii in Goods! The Lest bra a J of Prints, only 10o per yard. C.ooJ Bleached Domestics, only 10c per yard. HeaTy Brown Sheet in p, only 10c per yard. T.lack Iron Frame Grenadine, only 12cc Trorth CO coats. Fine Poplins suitable for tLo season, only 23 coats, wortji 50 cents. Grenadine Dresses, all colors ami styles, good goods, at 10 to lie per yar.i. A new style of Dress Goods called Gran gers Mixtures, washes well, 7-8 wide, 15c per yard. .York. Suitings, new style, only 1 oe per I yard. Genuine Japanese Stripes, only lScper Vri- ru're Linen Towels, only 10c apiece. LjJies' Hose, good quality, only 10c per r'pair. - 4 Shoes, and ail the latest novelties at. ow figures. Gents' oai Ladles' Hits, etc. These goods are bought tit bottom price? and will be nold to suit the times. Before purchasing elsewhere call tt "Wm. 33. I3emiy's inayO Hickman, Ivy. C;,.hii iU'V')a...

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 July 1874

iKEWSrQP TEE-WEIS; . ". N ' ' - Theater of 'Jast week resulted in a loss VfV thirty-two lives 'along tho eastern co&at of ftew Brans wick, nineteen being fish termen. Foii barks and nine schooners were , etrrAded, and abont thirty fishing boats . ; wrecked. - The Maine Universalis! convention,by deasivemajority, has recognized the eligibili ty of wrmn to the Christian ministry, in an mendnent to the by-laws, which forbids the committee on ordination to make any discrim ination against caudidatcs on account of sex. ". . ' . In the Women's Temperance conven tion ai Pittsburg, Mrs.; Dr. Hill said the wo men engaged in this movement ere not gen erally tnone who desire the ballot, but those who thought the day would soon come when men would solicit women to accept the ballot It was determined to issue an evening tempr- nc paper. Fourteen dead bodies have been re covered from the rutns of the Central Baptist cnurcu, vracusw, A. Y., the floors of which leiilMt weekdarfng a festival. Th...

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 July 1874

CLOTHES AND THEIR WEARERS. Fashiosablb Apboks, Within the last week or two, Bays a Paris corres pondent, aprons have appeared, and now dresses of all kinds, even ball dresses are made with them. It is, in truth, an adaptation of the cnirasse, and the new aprons are called tabliers cuirasses. They are made very tight across the Jfont so tight, indeed, that the wearer Citen finds it difficult to sit down, and is often forced to balance herpelf at the very edge of her chair, as our grand mothers did in the time of Queen Char lotte. However, there is no need to ex aggerate. The small fichu or scarf worn around the shoulders suits the new styles of tablier very well. Some one speaking of the new-fashioned dresses describes them very aptly as resembling the plumage of a peacock, smooth, c'.ose -fitting to the figure, with a loose, voluminous tall trailing behind. English Barege Dresses. A pretty and long-neglected fabric has reappear ed, this season, and makes up into pretty, simple, inex...

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 July 1874

1 ... . t - C ' i . ... . - - - - , mtftmr fii rliMM i tm ik ! MMi M ftW gift MMMWM nMMimtnnnTlgl I , t 1MB HICKMAN COURIER, eurtK :rxT " r O o r g W n, r e n , - ' i U tkerer of jckson .hi Kentucky " ts. lp stairs.- I , ; j T Kt Sypi A": j UEOnGfiWARRfiX, KUItor. . hATTRDAY, JULY 4, 187 1 llhV WAf T.I OS A Y XAWi' ' " ' U1CKMXS COL ATI. j TtlK St. Louis bridge i not to be 1 cndidie for re-electioH. ud could uot f..rmllv opened" by tb l're-ideut. ! tbetetor accept . and su anxious and de- Henry Ward Beecher earn thirty should Tiolie the constitution, thai 1 fie thon-and dollars a year. Oil the j took the precuuiion to take advice of lh,Ae however we doo't blame him ! Hoa. W. N. Sw.cuey, ibeu. h. now alc.J Wholt.. UOwevcr, "c uvu . i..vr ..1 1 1..- iJweusboro bar." The pleasant pilgritnaze "f the Ameneao Catholics is 10 i repeairu next year, probably on a larger rcale. TllE prohibition!. t ff Illinois have j OMmiustad Mrs. Jennie iinng u.r tt'iperiuteivlent of Public Instruction ll5....

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 July 1874

THE HItfMAN COURIER, SATURDA.', JCLY 1, 1S74, ELECTION NOTICE. There . wJ be au Election opened and held at (ill be votinz T.rocincta in Fulton 'ounty, K, on the li-OTII DAY OF JULY, I74, to acertain the wishes of the cjuali- fieJ votes of said coubty, hetber or not i h license shall be granted to sell anv piritttai, vinous or malt li.piois as a ever.-tye in sai.l county. Tin election f.vill lieheld under nn act of tho Kentucky (Legislature, approved FeVy 16, 1874. julyJ 3t J NO. F. TYLER S. F. C. rtVni. B. Benny The Best is alwys tlici Cheapest, Great Reduction in Goods!; The best brand of Prints, only 10c per vard. Good Bleached Potuestics, only 10c per vard. Heavy Brown Shcetiug, only 10c per ard. l'.lack Iron Frame Grenadine, only 2c worth 00 cents. Vtne'optins suitable for the season, Oy U" cents, worth 60 ceuts. tirenadinc Dresses, all colors and styles, good poods, at 10 to loo per yard. A new stjle of lrcss Goods called Gran gers Mixtures, wai-hes well, 7-S wide, loo per yar...

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 July 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. WEST. The Sioux Indians are playing havoc near Fort FettermaD. Wyoming territory. Harvesting has commenced in most paftsof California. Th yield of grain will bo enormous. Only five hours work a day, and only forty-eix cents for that, is the labor problem which is agitating the workmen in the Pitts tmrg and Fort Wayne railroad shops at Fort Wayne. Lieut. Col. Davidson, comanding at Fort Bill, reports an attack by Indians on the night of the 10th inst., and says : "Now tliat I hava received authority to pnrsne the In dians, under certain restrictions, for act of aggression, I trnat not to annoy the general with the detailu, bnt to be enabled to show some results." uov. uavis, 01 .Minnesota, issues a circular to the grauges. appealing for aid for the Bonthwc ptern counties. He cites nix whole comities and parts of others which 41 have been expt by grasshoppers of all crops as if by fiiffi Women and childien are suffering for fooiK The implements and stock of the vettl...

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 July 1874

i .. ' r - ' ' " I rOPCLAR SCIENCE GLEASIXGS. Safety of An.esthetics. If the force of statistics be of any value, ether ap pears, beyond question, to be. the safest r aesthetic. By combining American and British data relating to this ques tion, the result shows conclusively that chloroform is eight times as dangerous as ether, twice as dangerous as a mixt ure of chloroform and ether, and, as far as experience goes, it is more danger ous than bichloride of methylene. The report of tbe London chloroform com mittee, appointed to investigate this subject, states that not only is ether less dangerous than chloroform, but that with every care, and the most ex act dilution of the chloroform vapor by the most skillful hands, tbe state of in sensibility may pass in a few moments into one of imminent death. Lead Poison. Lead poisoning by means of water-pipes of that metal would 6eem to be a very unlikely Lap, if we may believe the testimony advanced at a recent discussion of the matter in the...

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