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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 14 August 1874

5! TCKMAN COURIER. "HUSH tVIIT WE IT 9 T Warren, On Uoorner of Jackan and Kentucky sts. (up stairs.) 7 A QMeat Xeterpeprr in. Ti'ittrrn Kentucky. EORUi;W 4RP.rS. Editor. I'M HAY, AUG. 14. 1874 - Hill GOVtUXOK HON. WM. LINDSAY, OF HICKMAN COUNTY. lu Ballard county, lust Wednesday, Charley Ross stabbed and killed Jim Arthur. I?th were negroes. T. J. Purler, ex mayor of Metropo lis, has started a small pemi weekly papar, to advocate sound Democratic uoctriu-;. "5emt-Weekly Douioerat" is tbe name. TluTLtB will be fifty sis year old next November. The proposal to make the anniversary of his birth a .a of ua'ional fasting and prayer ex cites much enthusiasm. . TilK representative io the next Leg islature, frorp Waneo county, will be instructed to have a law enacted to 'prohibit any citiaeo of that couut from cultivating mjre tLan thirteen dogs. Osc reason why Vriscooein girls Ret Hars per wees is because ttey to down stairs at rmuuignt to xu en.,D?e noises, while the ma u cd. Wnsx a Teane...

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. — 14 August 1874

- THE' HICKHAN. COURIER,! JrRIDAY, A UG. 14. 1874. OJITIDIXD-A.'X'-ES. For Conyrv. We are authorized to nnounc TTos. j Caswell Bennett, of Livingston county, i candidate to represent the people of the -1st Kex:tucky District ia die Ut'Xt Congress of tbe United States. We ir Au'horixed to announce Hos. tVcAR Tirse. oi Ballard, as a candidate to ifprv-sont the people of the 1st Cou ereasional District iu the neat Cuagicss of the United Stales. W are nulLoriied to announce Hon. A. H. l.o. f Graves, as a candidate to represent ihe people of tbe lt CooKrea- sional LKsiriet in tii next Congress ot :lie lotted States. Slate -!iuor. t we rf sutuorjied to announce Col. D. smith, of Oweu countj-, as VvudiJattt for re-election as State Auditor, e August election, 15.0, subject w action of tbe Democratic party. Jot Sale or Trade. farm in the .-country, vicinity resi lience, ia East Hickmnu, fronting on Troy A venue, with all the necessary improve- i , . i . i ..... .-j r ments. btru iuu oro j r...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 21 August 1874

ST ff" J fei'OF TEE -WEEK. WEST ; GUlatia anoV G. W; Adams, wes -mers or lowa, nave Deen arrested at t Vlo., an extensive ehovera cf the greei At 5 Jcent election in the Choctaw and aasaw ' nations,-Indiaa territory, Coleman Cole was elected governor of the Choctaws. and Frank Overton. Kovernor of the Chickatsaws. ' Gen. Pope telegraphs Lientenant General Sheridan that the Indians who have been maranding in south-western Kansas have gone to the borders of the Llano Estao ado, a county filled with game, and that they Lave abundance of ammunition. The three columns of troops now operating will con verge on the section named. News received at Lientonant-General Sheridan's headquarters indicates that the Cheyennes, Kiowas and Comanches seeing the formidable preparations made to punudi them for their recent depredations are asking for peace, and for the military to call it even. Orders have, however, been issued not to let these hostile bands enter the reservations, but for the troops to...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 21 August 1874

1 9 r 9i y --, T'-. . a.ar'tfai.JL V - I , iC a i v ,FUL KNOWLEDGE. jTt Hoofs." Sand crack or a " a ioof " is very difficult of core, out rest until new hern grows from . coronet or upper part of the hoof, at light work may be done if any blacksmith can be got who can put a bar shoe upon the foot. When this shoe i3 put on, the crack should be cleaned of all dirt and Band, and the edges pared evenly. At the upper end of the crack a hot iron should be drawn across the horn in the shape of a V, or a cut should be made with a sharp knife partly through the horn in that Bhape, bo as to separate the entire horn from that which is cracked. The nail upon each side of the crack at the bottom should not be clenched until some strong fine wine is wound in figure 8 form around them. They should then be clenched so as to retain the wire' in place. When a new shoe is put on, the eame shoui 1 be repeated, bar-shoe as well, until the crack grows out alto gether. Nothing Like Leather. It is a fact n...

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. — 21 August 1874

4 - . i r- HICKMAN COURIER, rrnai wi week by George "War r en, OFFICE : 0 the corner of Jackson nd Kentucky III. (up stairs. )- Jke Ol'L-rt X-utyaper i Wittern Kentucky ' '- UCirllR w .m a - - - - . - . n n i ' ir l . . -. .... 1 KIDAY, ' ALU" "-L GOVKKNOK - FOR H AY Wf TTVrmVV " of hick max couxty. Senator Thomas U. McC'reery ba pnue to Jhe Arkausas Hot Springs lor the benefit of h'n health. Wm. McMahon. while asleep, on a bench iu Uui-u City the other day, limt his shoe stolen Iroiu off his leet by some liht fingered scamp. Cordta O'borne, a little daughter ot in- u-ootpe, 01 u uiuu .'i'jr, uru.t her arm a ff w dys ag. while playii g ne caw wtib another little giil. As far as heard from twenty five towns, twelve districts, and one county in the State voted the local option at the late elcetlou. Ihinnrr " Temp. TlJK Lexington Gufttr states that (t-ueral John C. Breckinridge's health is inl improve ! by his trip North, and his phyMciau entertains grave nppre hrnfiuus as to bis coudi...

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 August 1874

TgglCKMAN COURIER, TVe jliorizel to announce Hon. f Push as a C&LH to represent ir,..,.u: ! the 1st Kt-nruckv Disiri.'r i ,i.. Congress of the United States. ! W are sn'borised to announce Hov ! Oscxa Tr.aMB. of Ballard, as a candidate ; to represent the peopU of the 1st Con- ! Krensional District lu the next Congress : i mt iuiieti otates. we are autborifed to announce Ho. A. It. liuuN, uf Graves, as t.indi date to ! . , . , rii,rfr,l ft,. T.Ar.lu . 1 : r . 7 . . 1 "i"iJ,c v ice iai i.uiijrej- VZluM&Zil ti,en"1 C"BIreM f . 4 ' ... - -i i j . it I , an&cnuce Col. D. , a : " "ii AuJ'electiou! suh ct 1 iuc action oi me democratic any. , Keen Cement. Li. PIimf ; . . ti:- ci , x i. .' terei.i Hair, Shingles, Laths, Dressed ! Luiul-r of .11 ti,.,!. i.ti. .... i - - - u m Lf,a u a. 14 rough; Hay, Coin, Oats, Bran, etc. K5&-.Salt by retail or wholesale at re duced prices say ai a decline of 60 cents per b'ol., iu(the last hours. Lou t for get Powell i: Uro,, have salt at th...

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 August 1874

s r i;--'"r-:--jV- i W - J 1 i- t . . ' '. - ' JEWS OF THE WEEK. EAST. All the coal companies doing busi ; ess at the Wyoming and Lackawanna valley ave stopped work on account of the market r ling overstocked. Twenty thousand men nd boys axe thrown one of employment. WEST. A sudden rise in the Mississippi sent ft million and a quarter feet of logs over St. knthony falls, and did some damage to the Lams. 1118 union .radii c railroad company :aa commenced enit in the United States ourtu, fo restrain the counties through which he road passes from collecting the tax of 373. A report comes from Fort Sully that ndians to the number cf four thousand at tacked Cnstar's expedition on the 15th and nd were repulsed with heavy loss. Custar's -8 is reported at fifty killed and wounded. The cavalry at Rawlings, Wyoming, aTe instructions to thoroughly scout the weetwater, Powder and Eig Horn rivers and ountry to the southern extremity of the Yel- ow Stoca lake, and administer the severest nnisbmeb...

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 August 1874

TKOPiC MIDNIGHT. BT WILL WALLACE BASKET. The rain flosts off : the.crescent moon Hold iu its cap a round of dusk. Like pal 'i -buds in tbe month of June Just breaking through tbe vernal husk. Kieht-bloomiuff agaves fill the sheaf. To catch the light distilled in showers, Till overflowing cup and leaf Ita cluster breaks in midnight flowers. -A sensuous stillness north and south And east and west, and just as e wet it As seeds of pomegranate in tbe month, Or kisses when voting lovers meet, Break in a low, sweet under-tone, Like brooks that breed in beds of fern, As if by curve and pebble-stone The moon had spilled her silver urn. Its airy current fills and ripee The flower and fruit to wanton use ; J It blows the rush's slender pipes. And rormds the purple fig with Juice ; Like merchants breaking kids of hard, ; Or jars of olives, desert born. Pine-apples lift tbeir prickled shard. And show tbe seeds of fragrant corn. Like Hebrew maids, the citrons hold Their pitchers to the vapor spr...

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 August 1874

, Jji fk.jrt- - - ... JU, 4 ( HICKMAN COURIER. PCBLISUkS VRT WEEK BV George W a r r o n , Ott ths corner or Jr.ckson and Keutucky sis., (.up stairs.) 7 he OiUtt Seii-sHOper in V'ttrn E'm!'"-hy. FK1DAY, AUG 3. 1ST I. HON. ViM. Ui2S i JbA 1 , ; OF 111CKMX COUXTY. -. -- TuEUepublicaucouveutiiiof I'onu- j sytvauia last Wednesday voted down a i resolution cndorMug Geu. Grant for a tbird term. Fbku Douglas, the reat negro or ator, was advertised to speak at llus Ptilville. Ky. His theme ii anuouueed to be Degro cniitiraiiou. Uncle John Harper, the famous ! gf,cectu. r!ucgrass taifmaD, and owuer of Long Tbrt excitement ia regard to this fellow, dud at his home iu Woodford . aff.ir Sprc;ij) au.j Was no doubt gro?s county, Wednesday, 2):h iust. ', ly exasperated. The uews was brought i . . i .i... . ,.o..iK,'-.fnc for Ccusress have made a list of .'p- i t.yiutmeiiH for Trius: county, com ; meuciog tome time in September, called a .'jiate C'un veatioo, to fe he'd in Chattanooga, September 1C,...

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 August 1874

, ' ?W'' Kin Tfctt; t t 1 m 1 E HICKMAN COURIER, I ' - - ' ! IRIDAY, : : : : : AUG. 23, ls7d j lir Cintgrtsx. We arc authorized to announce Hon. mwkliiIJesnktt, of Livingston cm my , I i a candidate to represent i tic DfoL.li: of ! ie 1st Kentucky lUstritl in the ucsl i ongrcss of the United States. We . are au horizod to announce Ilx. isCAE TtRNES, of Ballard as a candidate lepreseut the people of ilic 1st. Coa- ressioual District ia the nt it Congress f the United States. We are authorized, to a'tiiounrc Hon. . II. Iiihin, of Gruvi'S. as a candidate to r epresent the people of the 1st Con gi'r?- t:oli:ll i.)istriet in the la-st Con, '7 he Uuittd States. We ere authorise 1 to annour.re Col. I' HuWaKu Smith, of Owcu county, ns a caudidate for re-e!o?tiou as State Auditor, nl Ani't fd.t iiill . 17i. s.uhiceL lo l.o ..;,. t,e ibn I), i. io, i. .lb- i nv. " ---c - ' ' jcwjMaroir j i i mm rgai : Good 3Tewo ! NEW FALL GOODS Arriviti!; at WM. D. L FN NY'S. A new siu.Hv of LF.IiSS GOOL'S 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. — 4 September 1874

w 4 I I 1 B n i) Y J ADVERTISING RATES. " One Bqnwe (10 lines or less, llnsertion.$ 1 60 Each Bubee inent in-ertioa 60 - - - ' OJTB SC-CASE. 2 months..1...? 5 O I 6 months.. ...910 00 3 month 7 00 12 montha 15 00 TWO SQUARES. - 1 month. 6 00 I 3 months. ....$13 00 2 months 9 00 I 6 months IS 00 12 montha 25 00 THREE SQUARES. 1 month 9 9 00 I 3 months til 00 !i montha 13 00 I 6 months 25 00 12 montha , 35 00 - . r yornTH colcxx. 1 month i15 CO I 3 months $25 00 r 2 months t 20 00 6 months 35 00 12 months. ". 50 (0 HALF COLUMN. 3 months $4i) 00 i 6 months $55 00 12 months 75 00 OVE COLUMN. 3 months $60 00 I 6 months 90 00 412 montha 140 00 ANNOUNCING CANDIDATES. t- For State Officers " For County Officers Tor 3Iuniciral Officers iii MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 10 00 8 00 5 00 , 4 Notices of the above character will be insert- free of charge. Obituaries and tributos of ect inserted at one dollar per square. f. -Advertisements ia local column, one do'ilar Is?' fonr lines or less, and twenty 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. — 4 September 1874

y - 1 1 Cj - GE3IS OF TnOUGHT.- IiAroH if yon are w ise. Martial. The borrower runs in his own debt. Tee strong hours conquer us. Schiller. Gcllt is a spiritual Rubicon. Jane Porter. Flirtation is attention without at-atentior. Tjangcaue is the Jress of thought. Johnston. Clad in the beauty of athousan J stars. Marlowe. A sigh can shatter a castle in the air. W. 12. Alger. "Wits jaet enough of learning to misquote. Byron. How use Joth breed a habit in a man. . Shakspcare. HelIi trembles at a heaven-directed eye. Bishop Kcji. Victobt belongs to the most perse vering. Naiwlcon. Felicity, not fluency, of languago is a merit. l7iipplc. Few love to hear the sins they love to act. Shacspearc. Max's love ia of man npart it is woman's whole existence. Byron. aTkmcact is to the mind what fra grsncy is to the fruit. Achilles Poin celet. Dew-dkops ar? the gems of the morn ICR, but tears of mournful eve ! Col eridge. Peace is the happy natural state of an ; war his corruption, his disgrace. Tho...

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 September 1874

r '-i t A i r r 1 J n TT- (THE "HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, SI$PT. 4, 1S74. gaistdidat.es. br Conerets. We are authorized to announce Hon. Caswell BiSnaett, of Livingston county, a candidate to represent the people of the 1st Kentucky District in the next Congress of the United Stated. We are authorized to announce Host. Oscar Tcbner, of Ballard, as a candidate to represent the people of the 1st Con gressional District iu the next Congress of the United States. We are authorised to announce Hon. A. It. Boon, of Graves, as a candidate to represent the people of the 1st Conttres Kional District in the next Coiigreas of the United States. State Auditor. We are authorized l; announce Col. D. Howakd Smith, of Owen county, as a candidate for re-election as State Auditor, at the August election, lbTo, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Good News! 'YEW FALL GOODS Ving at WM. B. BENNY'S, of DRESS GOODS ealled i rcrs Mixtures, Tiny iu ceucs per yara 'of yard wide Reached Dsaestic, 0 ...

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 September 1874

1 Y - t V r v. It HICKMAN COURIER. rUBLISiTEY (TUT WE1E BT Goorge "W" arren, OFFICE : On the corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts. (op stairs.) 7k' VUett NetcMj'ajtT in Western i?cntvcky tiEOnGE fYARRi:, Editor. FRIDAY, SEPT. 4. 1874 FOR GOVERNOR ;. WM. LIN DSAY, F JIICK.VAX COU AT Y. &kWVc OSEi official majority is CO 811. Fi.YHO;th Church pronouuce Ilea ry Ward JJeecher not guilty. " Vred Doiolass' paper, the Cation nl Era. recommends that uu extra sea 6iod of Congress le calied to provide means to protect tie lives of uegroes in the South. The Paducah Kentuckian, after months of labor against a convention, bas at length yielded to public senti ment and favors a convention. This fcdsiblc turo of the kentuckian is to be V, inmeud'd. 8 ,y UOV. V. in. fli;ca, vi miio, is iuuhj rt ii 1 M " " 1 - o rieidcney. He is tLe 3 who reclaimed Ohio to the Dimoc iF3- iiemiricits or lnuinna or A.ieo w all Ohio will be the man. A LETTER received in Washington from a prominent Republican politi o...

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 September 1874

i One square (10 lines or less), 1 insertion.? 1 Each subsequent in ertion oss SQUARE. 2 months f 5 00 6 months $ tO montns 7 00 1 12 months 15 TWO 8QT7ABES. 1 month 9 6 00 I 8 months $12 a montns 00 6 months IS la months.. , B5 THREE SQUARES. 1 month...... 9(101.3 months $13 00 2 months.: 13 00 C months 25 00 i A months 35 qo FOrRTH COLUMN-. 1 month 15-00 I 3 mouths. ..$25 00 '.. 85 00 .. 50 10 .155 00 75 00 .$90 00 2 months. 12 months. - i . ' 8 months. 12 months. . 20 00 J 6 months..-. HALF COLT-SI X. .340 00 6 months... one colotn. $80 00 6 months.. 3 months. 12 months :XS jc AJTDID ATE3 140 00 Jt or State Officers V. . $io 00 x-ur i,unniy unicra 8 00 For Municipal Officers . 5 00 aiARTJAGES AND DEATUSL '.' ' Notices of the above character will be insert ed free of charj-e. Obitnariiis and tributes of ect inserted at one dollar per square. Advertisomeuts in local column, one dollar for four hues or less, and twenty cents for each additional line. 3" Voluntary communications, con...

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 September 1874

if V 4 I i - . i r i . - 1 i , GES.S OF THOUGHT. FlUKUDSHIP is the wine of life.- Young. A great fortuno is a great sUTery. fieneca. There is a proud modesty in mens. Drvden. ttt. ; iu that is wise to mmseii. - . . . . Euripides. To live is not to learn, but to apply, 7?. Leaouve. Evertthesq is mere opinion. Marcus Anfrminus. -i r- orJmUa of no excess but Bacon. Mercy to him that shows it is tbe rnle. Couioer. Morosesk5s is the evening of turbu lence. Landor, He wreathed the rod of criticism with roses. Disracl . Politics is the Ecience of eiigencie Theodore rarker. Wrr cWs not take the place of knowl edge. Varvovfucs. "Of two beroen, he who esteems his rivals the most, is the greatest. Beau melt e. gT No four; Tin is so small but Heaven may be imayned in its bosom. Haw thorne. The rays of happiness, like those of Ugh-, are colorless when unbroken. Bonijfellow. 3Je.n who make money rarely saunter; men who save mcaey rarely swagger. Bulwer Bytlon. Good breeding showB itself most wher...

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 September 1874

at am iat iMmijm?i,li' MiiwwMWfaw, m w ji wLiuuijuiiwifiw . -,-. ,f-.-4, a,.. OKM AN COURIER, ooro V.wirren. OFFICE: lit con.tr of J nckft.-D n..d Kentucky si., (up s.a-'.rs.l 'I: .V- ""V"r Vi'ii't-rr, ii'. AH I-S:. f.:Uor ! "" " ' 1DAV, : : : : I'A'T. 11. i ; i..n S C, N; y?V fivn ' ! ''--'A-tlJ t.,() V hitN'.'li Xi fonieuUoa "Ulint. ti, r.,ilr..nc are gumi'le exrrac'! III! yj j " 4 fhow the nlio.-t wLIcli liaiint th" iidi. of 6om-ot toe no fnv""- aiocrats, sl't inc or waking. It i jlo'y f tbeir own miagiLiug. -iu d-e Co?sland lias extensive popu :hrou-hout the District is well iown; that the prsoual aod bitter rHectmo'is to which ha has been un ,t!y pahjecte l, from 'those who know it in a. measure his bauds are tied, .iruined hi friends ia the different unties to enthusiastic outbreaks in behalf, is alr.0 true ; and that there .V..-. li -.nestle hold ie nianv agaiu, ."--- m the! ue ; cir affections I nere are, ani nave . .n fr;-im t".ie to time. th nirr.es of I her eni V pr kri o...

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 September 1874

- ' - i r y. :HE HICKMAN COURIER, Ths drouth continues. Fine rains all around, but none at Hickman. The Convention. tx;ii Eiomntirtv t' 0 r.i"k-i has j.c.-.'r'fil the S M. BERRY. ..minni'iminmgraiii:n i Houston (Texas). Telegraph, August -'S. : n..minaM"' f.-r Governor " some l.i !:! ticali, Oc-I Years ago. atid u-t not o u.uv, for" j lime i"e '.V -be wot kig uien 0f .fcerl.-i i it has U-eu Muce the war, tome .jia j T-i.ues-H'e. 1 f u-i le. -to.. M.h! !,e i! r ,. r, . ! groement letAe.-u a couple t. : cauvar-s the Mate f-pl: s t v.tr. ft? hxeeutivo Coni;i,;t I"..- ... - HENRY A. MEEUV. I. IV !!!' V . FT. I PAY,' : : SEI'T. 11, 1874. A fPW of tho fine CLOCKS still on '!' licit! hand fiom Sli to Sl". uf Bondurari rrcTry" " ; ' CO.j 2t j. ii. beaut & beo. ; 11- - 1 8 PH' IF w u p.ss3 &j.V n . O-atud x:d.a.t-e:.; . W t&t- w ... , : - , ' i nt": I in cnti v. e nave tieon t-hown a year or c.rti the product of H. C. Bailey's 'l'l.o'e.as i "f Jt C.i.-reS,i,t,.i! District, i ,i !...

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 September 1874

jE courier IVZETISDfa KATES. r 10 lines or lessV 1 insertion, ft 1 baeqaeut inertion ONB BQCiBB. M.T.:..$ 5 00 I 6 months 10 00 7 00 12 montlis 15 00 TWO BO.T7AB3S. a $ 6 001 3 months $12 00 tie 9 00 I 6 months 13 00 lus 25 00 h 6 0 00 3 .months 13 00 li 13 00 1 G mon'Ua 25 00 ! 35 00 h.;....tl5 CO I 3 months f 25 00 U..... 20 00 I 6 moiuhs 35 00 Us 50 CO h, a... .flO 00 6 months $55 00 75 00 os coinij. .$60 00 6 months 990 00 110 00 as.... Us.... LNXOUXCIXa CANDIDATES. a Officers . $10 00 Intv Officsrs 8 00 licipal Officers 5 00 1IAU8IAGE3 AXD DEATHS. of the above character will be insert - i charge. Obituaries and tributoa of inerted at one dollar ier eiu'.re. :itements in local column, one dollar lines or less, and tweutv cenU for flitional line. Vluntaiy communications, containing t.ns new, solicited from anr onsrter. ters from V estern Komueky and Ten epeciallv desired. rS OF THE WEEK. EAST. employe leu put on ployes of the Heading railroad on half time on account of the 'trade...

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 September 1874

E COURIER IVEBTISDTQ KATES. ' (10 linea or less),! Insertion, t 1 eqaeut ia-ertion , OXS SQUABS. ..... 5 00 1 6 month f 10 00 7 001 13 months 15 00 TWO aoo&BES. h $ 6 00 I S months $12 00 U 9 00 I 6 months 13 00 lka....... 25 00 THBEB BqvAam. U $ 00 I 3 months $18 00 h 13 03 J 0 mon'hs 25 00 Us 35 00 FOfBTS COt,CXX. a......l5 CO I 3 months..... $25 00 Ui 20 00 I 6 moa.hs..... 35 00 ths 50 CO BAT.T COHTMX. hs... hs... hs... hs... H0 00 6 months .555 00 . 75 00 .$90 00 .110 00 .$60 00 6 months. kjTCOUXCIXG CANDIDATES. o Officers ...$10 00 hntv Officsrs 8 00 uicipal Oncers 5 00 MAK8IAGE3 AND PEATHS. oh of the kbove character will be in sort - of charge. Obituaries and tributes of inserted at one dollar per square. rtioementa in local column, one dollar lines or less, and twenty cenU for litional line. ilcntaiy communications, containing injj newrt, oliotted from any quarter, tters from Western Kentucky and Ten- eepeoiallv desired. fS OF THE WEEK. EAST. employes of the Reading railr...

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