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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 September 1876

riBST ASD LAST. Thee at together, hand In hand, The niDMt flickered low ; Th fickle awi err pi up tbe atrantl. And ought the after-glow. He sang a song, lit tie aong, Ko other poet koew ; ..,,..,, And she looked np and thought hlra strong. Looked dowa aud dreaineo uha mil., Tbe nekle era crept op the frtrand. And laughed a wanton laugh look up tbe aong the port planned And sang the other half. 1 iir ei chan ire : the two went dlrera ways 1 b er cuing ahadea Increase Cn him grown old In fame and pralae. And her in household peace. 1 be erito of the false awaet words He spoke ao long ago . Ila. jwjwed aa paaaed the summer birds Htfore the winter anow. tut as to-night the an el'a hand Lonaen the ailrer chord, And rails her to that other land, OI lore's supreme reward. She hears hot one sound, silent, long, A w tamper soft and low Tbe echo of the false sweet aong lie sang so long 'J- rOLITl CA l r OIXTS. William A. Wheeler, republican ! candidate for vice-president, is in favor j of rem...

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. — 15 September 1876

IvliS HICEMAN- COURIER, f ill DAY,' r : : : : SEPT. 15, 187d. AXrtitra mnt trml in ihrir Jttvoit J V S ti'cluck Wiumlay morning t Iu 'tre fAeiV hpptaruHci in Jtridoi'$ optr. jWASTri)-Vc wut th local news uur vicinity, such as Kinks, niarri deaths.' improvements, stale of rdlps etc. If your neighbor lini a large is", r a fine cow, or a god crop uf col or corn, r tin know iJ. l.ocul Xvwk. . The Railroad will sell half fate ticket to the Hickman Fair. Mr. J. It. Brown is buildiog a nice r-i-2eir court house hill. pioposals for buitdin; W"t tick man levee werp all rejected. Bias i 4 again wanted lo Sept. 18tb. The Christian con regTition will i lin'..l uiviue services at the court house neat Suu Jay at 10 o'clock a. ui. See the a J vert i -emeu t of Rank House Mia. Uerrou's residence, fur sale, at auction, on. Oct. 14th. Ttfn car loads of rock received Wednesday from near Nashville for Hick man wharf. This is au earnest of tarn-e-tfless. Mr. Wai Frenz presented tlie Til ilea and Hendric...

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. — 15 September 1876

HICKMAN COURIER. GEO. WATinEN. OFFICE : Clinton street, nest Joor to X. V. Harness & Co.'s Hardware store : CP STAIR. 7 QldrttNewtpaptrin Western Kentucky. fleorRC Warren, I5tIItr. Price or SiiIoriiJl3oi. FRIDAY, : ; ': ::SErT. 15.1370 Fob phtsidext, Samuel J. Tilden, CF SEW YORK. FOR VICE-1 KESItrNT, Thos iL. Hendricks, OF INDIANA. IttTHlllCKH XO I !. Jlr. 'Jr.oBGE Wahren has so'e au thority to collect any subscription moiintrt for the FFickmav Cotkier. due to m. C. Wilson. rr . CC. j. f I. r.. in ,int pnn'ltV. I II i. liuii. r 1 1 ui - - - J - ots'.A rol'mii tn exhibit the As 1J1II"! ' - Kesnor's bocks any moic. They don't ..... , . .TM. ll.it.Ak rj.it'llltl' 1 l - -' imiu'yaUt ! The famous old war hor!e, Geu. M": Jeff. Thompon, belter known in j Southeast Mo, as the -'Swamp-Fox," j during the late unpleasantness, died in St. Joseph, Mo., on the oth mst. TliERE is a disposition to investi gate Mr Hayes record as to his in come tax, but the internal revenue nujeiais ...i ; hook...

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. — 22 September 1876

THE WEEK. PAST. ait Am axi a AY, It is rumored in London that Disraeli' reason for occupying the peerage he had formerly refused, is that he is about to again enter the matrimonial state. few years ago he was reported to be en gaged to the countess of Chesterfield, and his present fiancee is aid to be a friend of her?. The new peer was born Dec 21, 1805. Of the .South Fass jetty works the New Orleans Bulletin says : " The jetty v contractors are busily employed in con structing the desired works at the head of the improved pass to get to deep water We have no doubt but that if they keep on as they have been working for some v-tiiBC past, they will train the end so ardently hoped for and so long awaited in vain." Scattered about the earth there are supposed to be 10,000,0(30 or 11,000,000 of Jews alive. Thousands of these peo ple are rich, some of , them own colossal fortunes, Ilothschild could buy up the fee simple of Palestine. Goldsmith might rebuild the temple of Herod. Monte- 11...

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. — 22 September 1876

BCASDAL MOXGERS. Do you bear the srand.l mongers I'-iasing br. Breathing poison in a whisper. In a sigh 7 Moving raullously and slow, Kniiling sweetly as they ro, " lSever uoisv li linn tmoothly like armka Slipping heieand slipplfcR ner' . Through the mwl fresh and fair Leafing subtle poUon to their wake. Saw tou not the arandal monger, As she sat. Beaming blight beneath the rosea In her hat 7 In her dainty clove and dress. Angel-lit and nothing less (seemed she cast iniiainiles and pleasing words. dice she shrugged, and shook hei h 1 fttised bereves and nothing said. When you spoke ol friends, an-t yet it left PId vou hear the scandal monger At the ball. Through the music, rhythm, beauty. Light and all ? Moving bere and moving there, With a whi.-er light as air. Casting shadows in a sister-woman's f.iuie Just a whisper, word or glance As she floated through tlie d-ince; And the world is busy with a spotless name- You will find tliescanJ.il mongers Kvery where ; iromctiines men, but...

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. — 22 September 1876

. . . , . t J i THE HICKMAN COURIER T HI DAY Advertisers mt fi nd in tin r Jaunt s by 8 o't torL TJinr.fiii vim my r tn ture their ujku ranee in iridnyt WANTKD Wc want tlitff loc.il new of your vicinity, euch as births, marri age!, deaths, improvement?", stale ' crops, etc. If jour neighbor has a largr hig, or a fine cow, or a good crop of cot ton or corn, let tis know it. IjOu1 Xchx. The rj"ouritiiiJ2 railroad item pub lished last neck is true, and everything look lovely. Col. J. II. DavN, iMyor of Nick nan, after an absence of some weeks, un dergoing medical treatment, returns some what improved in health. Our Hebrew fellow-citizen observ ed last Tuesday the Jewish New Vear. Ia their chronology if in the commence ment of the year 5,607. Medical men say lint when a man full of whisky he can't freeze, and a -pesrances indicate that a Urge number of our citizens are expecting a mighty cold snap. Mr. J West Powell and son, after tending several weeks at Hot Spring, have returned, look...

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. — 22 September 1876

's - . -- Jp. " s 1 1 HICKMAN COUIUEK. PUBLISHES TEY WEEK BT GEO. .WAHREN. OFFICE : Clinton street, net door to X. P. Harney & Co.'a Hardware store: tP STAIKS. J he Ollft Newspaper tn Wttttrn Kentucky. CJconre Warren, v''lUr' FRIDAY, SEPT. 22 TS7C FOII TC ESI DENT, Samuel J. Tilden, OF NEW YORK. ;FOR VICE PRESIDENT, TIios. A. Hendricks, OF INDIANA. SiiMiicvs Xofire. Mr. G'eorge Warres has sole su hority o collect any subscription mounts for the Hickman CorRtEit due tome. Jno. C.Wilson. The editor of the Cockier has been unavoidably absent the larger part ol eicase for want of editorial matter. Hon. Wm. Lindsay, is now Chief Justice of Keo'ucky. Obion county convention instructed joliJ for Caldwell for Con2ros,. It is said that the Radicals arc col onizins crowds of Kentucky netrroc in Indiana, to vote the Radical ticket at the October election. TllE States iu which elections will he held prior to the Presidential eon test with their several dates are: (leor nia, October, 4; Colo...

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. — 29 September 1876

THE WEEK PAST. The doctors have had something new at Scio, Oregon. It was a feminine patient with bugs in her Btomach. The insects have been dislodged by means of a powerful catharic, and the patient is thought to be recovering. The strangers nwmhli'H tTiA ordinary bed-buir, and were alive when brought to the light : The learned practitioners do net seem to have inquired whether the afflicted woman had been in the hafeit of Meeping with her mouth open. The fence corners demand attention so ong as we keep up the unprofitable cus tom of having fences at all. The mowing machine cannot get into them but weed seed and unsiehtlv bushels can. A half diy's work in the lence corners and along the walls will add greatly to tho thrifty a piea ranee of the place. A general clear ng up of all rough places about the farm thould occupy the semi-leisure hours of thU time, liefore the rush of harvest. S-ir-ntifie farmer. The largest diamond at the centennial exiMMUt.n, of unrivaled splendor, is lemo...

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. — 29 September 1876

A GllICUL TUBAL. Aro'tnii the Farm. Voou-eaisisg baa become an import ant industrial feature of Oregon. The orchard of this conntry are estimated to occupy 500,000 acrea and contain 20,000 trees. The only effectual cure for a sheep killing dog is a large dose of leaden bul let from the larrel of a rifle, with plenty of powder to give it force. The cultivation of the castor oil bean could be made profitable in South Florida, lieyond doubt. It grows here for an indefinite period after being once planted, and produces abundantly and continuously. Tampa Guardian. Pasi-CRES are usually short during the laonth of August, and if cows are sot fed extra, the flow of milk will be correspondingly lessened. It is much easier to keep it up by feeding than t restore it after it has decreased to any considerable extent. A Coxsecticct farmer spread some refuse from a brewery as a fertilizer, this spring, and then planted potatoes on the field. The potatoe bugs, thougb de vouring everything el? in 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. — 29 September 1876

- .s - 't"5 THE 'HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : : SEPT. 29, IS70 Ailvrrtitera mttxt $ril in their Javor ly 8 o'clock Thuribty morning to ' -? their itjtjHttraiice in Irnlttift, puptr. WANTED We want llie local newi ofyour vicinity, uoh as births, marri age, deaths. Improvements, slate of eropa, etc. If your neighbor hns a large hog, or at fine covr, or a good crop of cot ton or corn, let us know it. I ..oca I IVew. Mr. Lee Ellison, while t-hnrpinsr t lie other rlav. cut his font so badly that mpi taiion may be necessary. "KoTituck v's sif'ed son. t1i siicop or f Clay. Crittenden, Rrecn.nridge ml Hock," is J. C. S. Blackburn. He is to sj esk in Hickman, Oct. 10. ThuriJ:iy wn, Bn'neaonr ITel-rew fellow-citizens, the Day of Atonement, and whs celebrated according to Jewish cuhiopi. Tlitf business outlook for Memphis was never better, and merchants were never do much encouraged a3 they are now under the impression which reach tbeni from all quarters that lha worst is or, and the evil d:iys ...

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. — 29 September 1876

- J- 5 hi l : ' mCKMAN COURIER. PtLISHKI 1TI1T WEEK BT GEO. WAEREN. OFFICE : Clinton street, next door to N. P. Harness Co.'a Hardware store: CP STAIRS. 7 Oldfit Newspaper in Western Kentucky. George Warren, Editor. Price of Subscription, 82. FRIDAY, : : : : : SEPT. 29. IS76 FOR PRESIDENT, Samuel J. Tilden, OF NEW YORK. ;for vice-president, Thos. ik. Hendricks. OF INDIANA. Basin ess Xotice. Mr. George Warren has sole au horify to collect any subscription amounts for the Hickman Courier due to roe. J.vtv C. Wilson. Thb German Newspapers of Wis consin are nearly all Democratic. Tf?E idea of prolonging the Phila delphia Exhibition beyood November 10th fa S5ri oV5j 1 1 5 fi eafB a n J o n c d . Within three mouths cholera has carried off neariy twelve thousand people in the city anl suburbs of Damascus. Privatb letters from Savannah re port the fever on the increase, and the distress amoae the poorer classes who suffer chiefly from the disease, i very great. The official returns of the ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 October 1876

THE WEEK BAST. What kind of people are. goiyt5' the centennial? An Austrian who w there says: "Men-t ot the Amesin'TTitors here don't know the difference between Austria and Australia, and ask rae how I like living in the bush." Arpanisii ci.ntalist advocates the connection of A i rica and Europe by tunnel under the straits ot Gibraltar, lie desires to obtain for the enterprise $20,000,000, and says that, with this tunnel and the i ne between Calais and Dover com p'eu-d, the railroad companies might soon be advertising that they would take passe ngers from London to Calcutta "without chaneeof cars." Bayard Taylor, writing to the Cin cinnati Commercial, says : The orthodox element has b.-eii largely represented in Prof. Huxlev's andienees here. It is more than a personal triumph for him it is a triumph for science that Chicker ing hall, which will seat 1.2(H) persons, has beea crowded for three nights at the prices paid for the 'Mighty Dollar' or tha 'Blac k Crook.' There is hope for...

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 October 1876

"W' " ' In niv 1 nr nil niMiBiiiiiii )J y ( V " TIL HEX A XI REFORM." IWiU S. liars' National Campaign Song andChorua. Corao ill ye Jolly democrats, let each man raise hi nie ; , . " The time lias come lr every man to let bia neait re WeUl gather roim-1 the good old flag, with hearts lrt.ti true and warm. And give thiee hoteit rousing cheets lor Tilden ami rtfiriu. Three cheers for rrden, ti.rre for Hendricks too; stand by the . the i. -h.ie ;-nd h 1kr .Sn l.,r TiUmi thiw (or HdlurkkS. tl O 1 Stand by the good old flns, the red, white aud blue. Come, l-t us Uve as once we lived ot. T our coun- trv s laws, TKa o....tii,.ri..n it la. the union aft It wae We'll lake the democratic ship and bravely face the And lanH hr sj-fe in port again, with Tilden anil reform. rnu i-trike now. while the Iron' hot. Kememher The work f houent government has earnestly lie Let's aloud to nil the world, and give the wild t ...Iii n.'lon To let th.-iu know the pcoj-le are fr Tilden and re- wnu. Como, rall...

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 October 1876

MJU'-.r.VJX-- . . -.. til ' 'S HICKMAN COURIER. PPBLISHKI TRI WEEK BY GEO. AVHHElSr. OFFICE : Clinton street, next door to N. V. Harness St Co.'s Hardware store : rp staiiis. the OldettSevtpaperin Wettrrf K'ntuncy. fleorge Warren, ElHor. Irle of SntuwlpQo"' S3. FRIDAY, OCT. 13. TS76 FOR PRESIDENT,! ISamuslTIo. Tilderi," J'Or JEW TORK. TOR TICK PRESIDENT, Tlios. XL. Hendricks, rcorr. a. k. Kyi Of CRAY 13 COU3TV. The Elections. Indiana 3 to 5,000 Democratic. West Virginia 5 to 10,000 Democratic. Ohio 5,000 to 6.000 Republican. Mr. Groin Warrm h o'e an hnrity to c.Mrf an rnbacriptton mount, fr the IIirKMA Coiraim. due torn. C.Wii.sif . We i;wrWtim.J rh.it th- debaf?. between Jud;r Hnone nrJCol Turner re rx"i'iiri5 ialsrestios if ot x citinp. Judr Fwre, tb PexwMe totn inee Flon. 0ar Tnror, Ivi'issltf Democrat, n-l Crt. HPry UuU. rPpnKH.n noaiM. i!I joio' 4;pia' t Krckmeo. 0t. ih. There will be lively lisc, nJ t'V turn oat. A el!enn ritis fop (N.rS4p, North CirrTin. Mt bt Vaf proh.Wy car...

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 October 1876

t - s 1 THE HICKMAN COURIER Fill DAY, : : OCT.-13, 187G Advertiser miit end.iit.-krirfi7cora by 8 o'clock 'JTiursday morning to lit mre their appearance in Friday's paper. for VnirvHH. v m B1.a authorized to announce tbe IIOV OSCAR TURNER, of Ballard, as an ISDCPENnSST KEMOCRATIU Candidate for Congress io this Uistrtct, subject to Jhe decision or tee people" at tbe polls in fi'oTemher. Wasted We want the local new of our vicinity, such as births, marri ages, detlie, improvements, state of crops, eto. If your neighbordias a large hog, or a fine cow, or a good crop of cot ton er corn, let us know it. floral KcivN. Clias. Ilolcombe anJ Tlu3. French left last Monday for tbe Centennial. Dr. W. D. Corbett, is contemplation; ptuttog up a chair factory in Hickman. Parties owing Dr. C. H. Hubbard, will save money by heeding the notice elsewhere. Hard work will cure bard time; but what is needed first, is something to cure laiiness. Tbe Masonic Grand Lclgo of Ken- tacky meets at Louisville on...

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 October 1876

-sis I" ,.' THE WEEK PA ST. Baltimore, with a population of 300, 00,000, has 2.000 drinking saloons, or a drinking place for every one hundred and fifty of its inhabitants, and more in this proportion than any other city in the union. , Iji California, a single threshing ma chine turns out an average of eight hun dred sacks or 1,600 bushel of wheat in a day, while instanced are by no means rare of 2,000 bushels being threshed in one day. Some three months ago Mr. Jas. Mer rill of Newtonia lost a fine yearling ster, and after diligent search in all di rections gave up all hope of recovering it. But a few days ago the animal came to light in an old shaft north of Newto nia. During its nearly three months im prisonment it had subsisted entirely upon soapatone, which it manasred to gnaw from the side of the shaft. The yearling is now doing well, and on a more uatritiour diet. It looks as if the old kingdom of Is rael would be reconstructed at no distant day. Information coming from Euro...

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 October 1876

... , i.r,,mJ. rw .... .. S0VSEKErS COLUMN A writer in the Chicago Tribune says: X good cup of coffee makes a good deal of difference in one's hope of heaven, and when it is considered how seldom it is met with, it behooves a good christian to go i110 e m38nary business to the extent of showing how the same is brewed: Two pounds O. G.Java: one pound mocha ; brown separate, as the latter should be shade browner than the former. ee to it, by constant stirring, that the kernels are not left unbrowned on one Bide and burned black on the ether. When cool enough to be handled, tirin raw egg for every two pounds of beans, which should be warm enough to dry, but not to cook the eggs ; it has the effect of coating the beans as if vanri.shed, retaining their aroma and clearing the coffee when made, without any lurther contrivance. The inside of the coffeepot is never to be washed with soapsuds or dishwater. Before using rinse it out with pure cold water. Take one heaping teaspoonful of finely...

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 October 1876

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : OCT. 20, 187G. Advertisers mnt send in their favor Iv 8 o'clock Thursday morning to tn sure their appearance in Friday paper. For Congress, TV are authorized to announce the RON. OSCAR TURNER, of Ballard, as an tDT.resDET dkmocbatic; candidate for Congress in this District, subject to the decision of the people at tba polls in November. Wanted. We want tbe local news f jourjvicinity.jj'such as births, Jmarri-8-ges, deaths, improvements, state of rops, etc If your neighbor,has aMarge bog, or a finejcow, or a good crop of cot ton or corn, let us know it. Ixcnl News. MaySelJ id to have a new jail. ' Tbe MayfieU fair has been oo band this week. Hon. Henry Tyler of this county, has been making ssrue campaign speech es in Calloway county Some cotton is being handled by Woodland Mills merchants. They pay 9 cents. Sheriff Walker champions the coun ty n the sweet potato crop. His yield averaged 210 bushels to the acre. The Methodist have been counduct ln intere...

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 October 1876

V ;r t f i HICKMAN COUMER. rnetisnci TII WIK BY geo. AVA-iirtEisr. OFFICE : Clinton street, next door to N. I. Harness & Co.'s Hardware store: XV STAIB9. Jke OlletSevrperin WetUrn Kentucky. George lVnrrcn, ElHer. Price of Subscript ion !J2. FRIDAY. : : : : : OCT. 20. IS7 JFOR RESIDENT,! Samuel J- Tildcn, OF NEW YORK. TOR VICE-PRESIDEST, Thos. A- Hendricks, OF INDIANA. Foil CONGRE?3, HOW. A. 11. MOOSE, Of GRAVES COUNTY. Business Notice. fr. Gobo Wahbm has sole tin W.tir to collect "any subscription amonnts far tfee Hickma Courier due lo me. 3so. C.Wilsos. on Put pone bat Americans .. - v ...... lttl.SIIIXT14I.. I'lSOMiUIC- ITii. -Tlldcn's Splendid Cliaiices. Tlic Republican Concede the l'robiiuiiii) . The Democrats of this eccrnjo havr-4 rown so use to defeat that they, or al least eonie of tbeua, do not appreciate the magnificent prospects for the eleo tion of Tilden and II endricks. It can serve no purpose here in Kentucky, other than honest judinentd? the situation, for Democr...

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 October 1876

A ,' ' DUIAJWJJU1II i - THE WEEK PAST. X Fbexcu physician who has jnst been arceived by the.pope thus reports to the Roman correspondent of the L'r.ivers: Th pope is healthy and vigorous ; be has no disease. All his organs are in perfect harcuouy, and his countenance Toict and gesture are those of a man of wxty, not of eighty-five. He can, and ven should, apart from unforeseen ac cident, live thus ten ycara more. Thomas Buexnax, a farmer in the township of Nekimi, Wisconsin, was en gaged in cutting his wheat with a reaper. A boy about four years of age was play ing in the field and finally wandered into the standing: grain, laid down and went . to aleep. The lather, not noticing the child, drove the machine over him, the f I knives cutting one leg completely off and hurting the other badly. The boy was still alive at last accounts, although there is little hope of his recovery. Ix England, the proportion of owners of land to inhabited houses is owe to four; in Ireland, one to fourte...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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