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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 11 July 1874

s . JMU J t ) I ICKMAN COURIER. FCBLISIlKI CTKRT WK.fcK BY Jeorero Warren, OFFICE : )a the corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts., (up stairs. j t i co it ; i: w a is it r. x . r.ti 1 i to r. I SATURDAY, JULY 11. 1ST : FOR GOYEKNOK 1I0N.AVM. LINDSAY, of ca'.vxa' eowrr. A horse died in Jessamine county .!. ,..t..r .hiv with all the sytnto Mis fif hr lrnphohia. He hit scvrr.l other a IS Oil ii' y"-" 1. .... I. a n .IP ill 1 J 1 1... 1 rtud these are now under a eiost: A difTieulty orcured between Col J.dA Martin, editor of the l'adutah KrHtHrkhui. and Mr. ltolloton. cd.tor of the Kvcniti! X'-ic. the other day. No blood was spilt, but Col. Martin was fined 620 and costs. TC neor.le of M ad':.o:ivi!!e hive been swindled by a man represent!! ir himse'.l as an :a-ent for some L'-us ville house in the sale of dam-.-ed car pets and alieo. About thiity persons re very anxious to sec .the "aent. rr... M... R..1.I n. u,nrrat savs : " We j tr.i nr.n lose a iy fi'im.uti-UJ i . . Hi-n n 1 1 .tw iini...

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 July 1874

'v.' . ... , i THE, HICKMAN COURIER, r - SATURDAY, : : JULY 11, 1874. ELECTION NOTICE. There will be an Election opened aud leld nt all the voting precincts in Fulton county, Ky, nhe2oTH DAY OF JCLY, Jf74, to ascertain the wishes bf the quali fied voters of said county, whether or not a. license shall be granted to sell any epirituous, vinous or malt liquors ns a beverage in said county. This election vill be bcU under an act of the Kentucky legislature, approved Feb'y 1'J, 187-1. julyl P.t JNO. F. TYLER S. F. C. Wm. B. Benny The Best is alwys the Cheapest. Great Reduction in Goods! The best brand of I'rints, only 10c. per yard. (od Bleached Domestics, only 10c per yard. Heavy Brown Sheeting-, only 10c per yard. Black Iron Frame Grenadine, only worth CO cents. Fine TopUns suitable for the season, only 23 cents, worth 00 cents. Grenadine Dresses, all colors and styles, (rood poods, at 10 to loc per yard. A new style of Dress Goods called Gran gers Mixtures, washes well, 7-8 wide, 15c...

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. — 18 July 1874

2JEWS OF THE WEEK. EAST. Mrs. Swyer, who killed her three children la Brooklyn a few weeks Ago, has been committed tthe Pocghkeepeie asylum. Gen. Wm. Unckeles, of the eonfeder ate army, and residing at Rutherford Iark, Jew Jersey, for the past six years, committed soioide last week. Ia the Wehawken fire the total nam 1 -M . . wr 01 c-arreie or oUs bnrned was 85,000 and about 60,000 barrels of napth. Watson, the ok-keeper of the Erie company, estimates tw millions wUl cover the total loss. ine freight agents who met in New York to devwe rato of freights from the west by the Erie, Xew York Central and Pennsyl- wtn" railroads have resolved to in wo ireignt on live stock to about double its former rtte. The basis of the in creased rate w fixed at fifty-five cents per .nas frtsn Chicago to New York. It is the inte-jtion of the managers to increase . . p crease tho charges on aU clauses OP irejni. WEST. The California gTaagers are Paid to be orgauizuig a bank wiih a capital of five mil- J...

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. — 18 July 1874

CUBIOUS A D SCIENTIFIC. An expedition is being ft ted out for an exploration of the Arctic seas. Capt. "Wigana Snnderland has engaged Mr. liammond's splendid steam ratch Diana, and will proceed Tia Nova Zambia, sail ing from Dundee on Jane 1. Capt. Brown Peterhead will command the Diana. feature. i i, i She German Society of Anthropology is industriously collecting material for the Prehistoric map, which it wa re solved, at the meeting of April, 1870, to prepare for publication. Among other Mints to be indicated on this map will be the wosition of the most notable tnebistorio settlements, fortifications, lake dwellintrs. cave dwellings, burial mounds, and other places of sepulture. By judicious use of color, the various pnods stone, bronze and iron will be indicated, and altogether the map be one of ereat value to the stu dent of archaeology and ethnology. Babktxo Tbees. fob Tak, With Steam. An apparatus patented by Mai- tr for the emulovmens or. steam in rerlinsr bark for tan ( Jes...

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. — 18 July 1874

... : . j . 3L -- 0 IICKMANCOUIILER. ' riiT.HVI ttltl WEEK ET I (jr C O r JI O v 1 X O -x , QJ-,'J-. 'XOIEZ - i ' ba th9 corner of Jackson ami Kentucky : 8M-v!,TrU!i?,T 1 si sztntr - : ' . . - -,... jl ,; ; The iHHitl tic.tj npn in " r-o -j- ;EonK-v.nr.x. i:mor. s'ATUK DAY, JULY IS, 1S74, HiK GOVERNOR L J lln V 1 1.1 I A I ; of mrKMxs cocxrv. TllK Jouisville Ccvimcrcinl 3 I that lion I U. HawLins, 3 ih mnrinti- j i-i.'r". n ... .r..-a fn TenoesCf ' candidate for Congress in J ennts-ec, w nut in favor of rcpudialinz the State L J V, ,:.. .! a-Ki- T1.U is true, ex ! nrrit that Col. Hawkins is a Rtpubti ' l . .lr.-....er-.t Will it be i r.maudnut a de.uocrat. VV convcuieot for tbe t'ont nurctal not to uoticu this ellglit tUlslake ! CrtrWCE KOIl 1EAU llEAK ,s yl8rt j , ; Twain. Ihe linwovisi, announce tnat ne , La, icire .her with one man Karnuai, ie- j edthero.nit. It will travel at the rate ,.f twenty millions of miles day and iir-ward, accordiug lo thewea'her. Mops at interthtins pvi...

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. — 18 July 1874

t V W E HICEMAtf COURIER, UTUnDAY, : V: JCLY 13, IS71- nit EIGHTH ANNUAL FAIR OF THE !IY f'(li;TV I WW Ther will I n Election opened aud 11 at all il.eWint treeinct.s ia Fulton -''tl"r Uroundx, near Hickman, J.enfticty.mCvmmrttcmj B,r Kv i!.'-.TIl 1HV ftp in v " i " ' "' Vier 20,'A, 1S7-I, a,i Lonluiuimj jiceJays. inly, Ky, en lie 2.1TI! WAV OF JULY, - - - , i '74, to ascertain the wisIcr f t he iua!i- 1 voter-: of sid -untjr, whether or not j license shall le iriliiou-t, ti&or.s at o.ilt li.juors n vera.e;e in faid county. Tliis election ill lr held under an art of the Kentucky' J gislaiiir, approved Fcb'y D,lS7l. julv4 : JXO. F.TYLER S. F. C. FIRST r ZDJ3T. 111. enny -FIRST ULAs 'ho Best is alwavs the' Cheapest. treat Reduction in Goods! oi i wins, oiny iuc per i The best brand T.CFiics?, on'y 10c j'er 1 1 v 10.- tier - - - 1 Good Pleached I' jird. i v- i v.mi it Miiimxr nt rJ.r , liiae l'oimns -suitable for the Benson, 1 MTSTcfr.lf, worth U cedtt. .".''". Grenadine Dresses, 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. — 25 July 1874

NEWS OF THE WEEK. f .1., EAsT." Tho following is the official decision tt tho Judge) in tha college Regetts at Sara toga oa the 18th.. Colombia 1, Weslyaii 2, : toward S, Williams 4, Carnell 5, Dartmouth 6, Princeton and Printy doubtful, Talo 9. Tbere are various claims of fools, and the ace may bare to be sailed over. WEST. Goldsmith Maid's best time at East Saginaw was 2:16 the fastest trotting time on record. ' .The ' drive " of Texas cattle through. Kansas this season is estimated at 155,000 bead. Passengers from the west report the country between Laramie and Cheyenne cov ered with grasshoppers, which were moving eastward. The Pnllman Car "Works at Detroit are at present engaged upon an order from the Austrian government for palace cars. The grasshopper destruction affects about ens-tenth part of Blinnesota and one thirteenth of the population. Crops outside of this area promise abundance. Like Winnebago stopped the fire at Oehkosb, Wis., last week. Six hundred build ing were b...

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 July 1874

- ' - - . ' -" ' 1 - ' . ' --vv ammmmmm9 y CURIOUS AM) SCIENTIFIC. Strength of Ot..vss Tcbxh. M. Cail letet lia found that a tuba of thin glasa, 20 inches in length and threo quartera of an inch in diameter, ras crashed by an exterior pressure of l,15-" pontes to the qnare inch, while similar tubes were burst b.y an interior pressnr3 one-half less. In making use of very tlv.ck glass, capable of resisting a pressure of foxr or live hundred at mospheres, he found the glass to sus tain n permanent change of form. Upoa this fact he proposes the constr no tion of a very sensitive and very sim ple nianomtter. An-LTERATtOX IS tsplA Krfir.ER. The Bulletin Therapentiqne Bays that, in order to nso old and worn ont pieces of India rubber scraps left from factories, manufacturers having easy consciences -wash the material tirst in a solution of snporcarbonate of soda or potash, and then, when dry, pulverize between the cylinders. ThU powJ. r. vlaced liver bv laver between 6heets of new rubber 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. — 25 July 1874

M1CKM an courier. PUBtlSUKS CTIRT WEEK BT George W arren, OFFICE: th corner of Jackson and Kentucky BIS. (up stairs.) the OLUit Nrtrp(rper in .Western Kentucky. (JKORGEWARREX. Editor. fATtinDAY, JULY 25, 1S74. FOU GOVERNOR. HON. WM. LINDSAY, of iuckmkx county. PEE OCR A TIG XOMIXEE. IOR CLERK OF COURT ATTEAI-S, Thomas C. Jones. I'. II. JIarberry. of Obion eouuty, is prostrated by a stroke of paralysis The County Court of Dyer has taken prompt his great concern in this matter? i 'e fcC that the CoCRiKit has dis nction looking to tho eI-tdli!ihnieut ol e copy one of the Commercial's ar j charged its duty in the mutter, with a workhouse for that county. icles enlirCt ,0 BU0W how nervous its j out fear or favoritism, and wc now say The I.'nion City Jhrahl represenN Jtinguished editor is. and' to correct i t0 the candidates, the committeemen, the crops in Obion county as present. 6Qme q( ;,s h;,1 b,0WQ ju re j aDi tlicir (ricnJa if they peruiit faVur ing a fine appearance. i , , ., ,vnil...

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 July 1874

I --''Mr 1 " . 5'- " V--: A . i i . ' 5 I - ' nriiW Alii HICKMAN COURIER, ATlIRDAY, : : : JULY 25, 1374. ELECTION NOTICE. There rill be an Election opened and Ui 8.1 all the Toting precincts in Fulton nnty, Ky, on the 25TII PAY OF JULY, 74, to rfaiu the wishes cf the qutli J voter of saiil conntr, whether or pot licence, shall be granted to ?ell nny iriin-m, vinous or malt liquors as a verjge in "aid county. This election II be LeIJ u tiller an act of the Kcntaeky gi!ature, approved Feb'y 10, l."74. U iiiTv-l- Tt JNO. F. TYLER S. F. C. 'ho Best is ahvtivs the Cheapest. reat Reducticu in Goods ! The Lest 1 rj id l'l iu! 10c prr rd. V;.i, l l.l. :;iliod Li.mestlvs, only per r'l. Heavy Brown She- ting, only 10c per 1. i'.lai k Iton rrhnie Grenadine, onlj- "bo rih t'O cpnt f IKine l'o Jiua itiiitr.!jli, f.ir i lie season, I ly Cr cents, worth ,V1 cents. irtinJiuc Dte9es, all colors and st-les, id goods, at 10 to l-"c per yard. V new style of I'n-ss Goods called Gran t's Mixtures, wa-he ...

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. — 1 August 1874

;' ' V- - ' - w - --- "Hp t f . 1 . - t IT-. TEWS OF TEE WEEK. EAST. Four steamers of the Whito Star line ill hereafter leave Philadelphia 'or Liv- rpool, iueted of sailing from New York. The mayor of Philadelphia haa 13- aed a proclamation offering a reward of 20,000 for the capture of the abductors of the aild, Charley Brewster Rc-sh, and the re- toras n of the child. The strike among; the glass-blowers f Pittsburg, Pa., which has continued about year, fa cow at an end, and the various man fajtorieu are resuming baslnetis. The strike as cansed by a rypesc-d reduction of wages, astern estahlishnie-11's being able to manu- ictnre glass cheaper than here. The men re now willing to res ime work at a reduction f about 20 per cent, below the former prices. r WEST. Cohinibus, O., reports mu ch valuable roperty destroyed by the storm of last week. Ii is estimated that not less than forty oisons wore killel by lightning in Minnesota ist week. Sarnia, in Ontairo, rcjiorls a teiriilo tona in...

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. — 1 August 1874

r. lflXi Hl life n. CUBI0U3 AND SCIENTIFIC. Waterproof SrxK Paper. Silk pa par in allowed to float for a little time ' on the surface of an aqneons eolation of shellac in borax, and then dried in the air. By the admixture of a email quantity of an aniline color with, the borax colored papers are obtained. A paragraph is going about the pa pers that the largest room in the world under a single roof, unbrsken by pillars or other obstructors, is at St. Peters burg, in Russia, and is 650 feet long and 150 feet wide. It is said to be used for military display. The Grand Central depot, in New York, is 800 feet long by 240 wide, covering about four acres. The roof is supported by the side walls. Explorations hare recently been made iiito the meucds of Ottumwa, Iowa. In one a mass of charcoal, a bed of ashes, and some calcined human bqyes were fonnd, showing that cremation was practiced by the people who erected them. As Indians never burn their dead, this adds another proof to the theory t...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 August 1874

4 6-m jt ,jM - -i HICKMAN COURIER. reVMSBCl tTET WEEK BT Qcore "V ix r r o n , OKFICS : 0 Iko eoraer of Jeckson and Kentucky ats., (up stairs.) 7 Clust NrtNpep i'H Western Kentucky. EORC3nTAURi:X.Kailor. SATURDAY, : : : AUG. 1, 1874. TOR GOVERNOR - HON- WM. LINDSAY, OF HICKMAN COUNTY. DEKOCJiATIC XOMIXPK. FOR CLERK OF CO CRT APPEALS, Thomas Q. Jones. Mr. Huej, of Obion county, Tenn.. Inst a fine mare last week from the bite of snake. Dr. R. W. Powell, of Obion, and Henry W. Adams, of Lake, are can liJatea to repre.-eut Obion and Lake vo'ialies in the Dext Le;ilature. Fred DotiglnsW Advice to the Negroes. Washington Telegram to Chicago Times. Fred. Douglass, in his paper, com plains of outrages against the negroes in the .Southern States. He suggests us a complete remedy for those op pressed" in State9 having Democratic msionties. emigration, lie aavii-es the colored peop! to leave those States j phich ihev are a minorify, and eu i ... C.....n. ... t l j kAr iiisjirity. Comptroller 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. — 1 August 1874

- 'V. V" Sale or Trade. . SELL OR THrr., f?- a i m the Cd'imrT, vicinity rsi- Kit Hickman, fronting n Trov w:tn ni! the iiece?ery imprcve rn und I-nm yard, orchard of tion of fruit trees, garden, &e., ee aero. rtftr particular r-rnlr to J. L. LUTTK ELI., f Hickman, Ky. HTCEMAN COURIER, DAY, AUG 1, J 871. IiT.t every democrat rote for Tlios. Ofiirlnl Vole of 1'nllon Count)-. C. Jones on DCXt Monday A. ',e flowing ia the official vote of Fnl- PpOTnACTEP JlFTTINfJ. fist congregation of this place, Elder Nor- ,, Von cwvtv, by precinct, For mid Against ton in char, are eandurfing a protract ed meeting. Much intercut is being atvakened. Vool milt V.'ooi Stotls "VJTT" ANTED, for which we will par the - tT highest market price. Prohibition, nt the rpecinl election, held Saturday, Ju!j 23, 1874- i;a!ns', For Or the MI1!c Ulan Who Haul ft) to he ESI a j Hoard of j months ago, an Kxamioafian. -ne five) JILES M. BERRY. j a rhort "I'er his auirl :! w II. PLAIT & cno. Tuf elect ion for Ci...

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 August 1874

Jt 75 NEWS OF THE WEEK. EAST. The People's Fire Insurance company of Pittsburg baa suspended. The centennial commission issues an address to the people of the Cnlted States c ailing for additional ftuida. - A Philadelphia dispatch fiays the ex miDation of members of the bankrupt Arm -of Jay Cooke fc Co,, has not resulted in any important discloaies. The main resej-voir which supplies Trenton, N. J. with i ater, gave way lat week and sent about thirty million gallons of water . over the city ami down Pen.'-Jostou' avenue with a mighty rueb, filling the cellars of mo.-t of the houses for a quarter of a mile. John J. Graham's infant died in New York, last week from "mal nufrilition." The physician called to attend the child when dy inj writes to the loard of health ns follows ; " I considor Lira a viet"m to a syttem cf baby fanning, which prevails so extensively in many citiee. I frequently End illegitimate- children placed with carej-e and ignorant women, for the apparent purpose of 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. — 7 August 1874

UUBIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC. T&Tixcrtxa Power of Flamk. Re cent experiments bj M. Sorel prove that carbon retains its reflecting capacity even at the highest temperatures. A sunbeam becomes reflected by diffusion and is polarised in exactly the same manner, -whether it fall upon a brilliant flame or upon smoke. TffB IiAKQEST TjOCOMOTTVK IX THE "World. The largest locomotive in the world is the Pennsylvania," on the Philadelphia and Reading railroad. The principal dimensions of this engine are as follows : Diameter of cylinders, 20 inches ; length of stroke, 26 inches ; number of driving wheels, 12 ; diame ter of drivers, 4 feet ; and the weight of the engine alone is 60 tons. Advick Stir into in Cases op Poisoning. a glass of -water a heaniDC teaspoonfal each of salt and mnttard and drink immediately. One or more doses will cause vomiting, and cleanse the etonjach. To overcome the effects, swallow the whites of two or three efrp, and drink a cup or two of strong coffee. Sweet oil, ta...

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 August 1874

E HICKMAN COURIER, I DAY, AUG. 7, 1S74. For Cnnp'ffs- V are authorized lo announce No. sw:LL V.fnnkit. of Livingston county. 1cn.nJ1.I ue to represent the people of 1st Kentucky District in ihe noil agress of Ihe United fctatta. V8 nr authorized to announce IIon. kb. TrBsiR. of Ballard, as a candidate represent the people of the 1st Con snonal district in the next Congress the United States. Me are authoriied to nntiou.ice Hon. K. Pi'n. of Graves, as a candidate to resent the people of the 1st Congres- nttl District in the next Congress 01 L" Li led Slates. State Auditor. KVe arc authorized to announce Col. D. kii .Smith, of Oweu couuly, as a ididale for re-election as State Auditor, the August election, b-i, subject to : action of the Democratic party. for Sale or Trade. WILL SELL OR TRADE, for a small farm in the country, ft vicinity resi- ice, in Cast Hickman, fronting on I roy uue, wilh all the necessary uipi uve itis, b:'rn and barn yard, irdiird of e selection of fruit trees, ...

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 August 1874

iTilirnr 4 XT nATTDTDD rususiiti ntr wKtu. bt G C O I T O "V" a I' 1" C II , OFFICE : 0 tie corner of Jackson nd Kentucky sis., (up stairs.) Tie OUUt Xncnifer in Wtltrn K'ntut ky. 1- KID AY, AUG. 7, 1S74 FOR GOVERNOR tj-vV -7"r T J V V llUxV 31. UllJV I , OF HICK. VAX VOlT. DEMOCRATIC XOMIXEE. loa CLEKK OF COURT APPEALS, m Tliomas O- Jones. Fort V oue sheep were killed by a stroke of lihtiiiug last week near Princeton. Thk lack of stock water is very seri iMisly felt by the faiuiois iu Obiou County. An effort is being ma le to establish , j , r i. - V .L I cotton luc.ory at G-iuucr.ia Weak- j ley county Mr. GruLbs. of Caldwell county, is the father of twenty-five children, fceveoteen by his present wife. Dit. Hodman stamps ae utterly false the report that prisuu-jrs aie cruelly treated iu thi lieutucUv 'f Mr I. G. Craig, a citizen of Mc Crackeu couuty. lias pued the city of 1'aducah lor SS00 damage"!, for the 1p! of a valuable dog killed by the official dog killer. An Irishman, seei...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 14 August 1874

EAST. loring the first seven month of the present year 78,853 immiiiranta were entered atjXewjTrlrf dling oil of lC3,5i9 compared. with the corresponding period of 1873. The . chief of police of Philadelphia w issued a -proclamation stating: that the polie forego any claim to the whole or part or tne twenty thousand dollars reward, offered by the Mayor for information that will lead to the arrest and conviction or toe ttxtnctors of Charley Boas. The chief invitee communications, otherwise from per-D-wno may have the needed information. A. Washington dispatch gives as the reason why the secretary of the treasury lim ited the call foMfive-twenty bonds to twenty five millions, that pot only the call of the first jnst., but subHeqnent calls are likely to bring in well executed counterfeit 5-20 bonds known tohave been extensively sold in Europe, and it i proponed to subject 'all received to the closest scrutiny. 4' -i ' '''WEST ' ,'. i-- -? Omaha roporta 72 ears of Japan tea enroot east....

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 14 August 1874

' - r- ; ; ? f . The danger of using chloroform to alleviate tbe pain in case of headache or toothache, as is o!ten done, ia 6hown by a sad accident occurrinar in Louis ville. A. young girl, suffering from headache; became so affected by chlo roform as to be nnable to remove the bottle, and ah was found dead with tho bottle lyiDg on her breast. , A KovEii use of the telegraph is soon to bo nut into operation m 2ew lork. The court-rooiLS in the city are to be teleeTaphieallv connected with the r.ffieea of the leading lawyers, and by this means the state-of. the calendar and the Drocresa of trials can be sn nonnced to the lawyers, and the latter summoned when wanted.' -" The tele graph hi this respect promises to be quite as usemi as it is on me dux.- change ox in business circles.;. Hoo3A5k TrxsEifc In the central section of the Iloosao Tunnel the bench had" all been removed and fifty work men discharged. In the east-end sec tion 2.500 feet of twelve-inch Scotch drain pipe has been l...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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