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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 12 January 1877

. " HICKMAN COURT KH. COCO. WAPvTiN. OFPIOE : r.V,Dm Hrel, -W P" Harncss - Co.'b n.ardware store: VP STA1K. JFtferii K'nturkii. 7 '.e Ollftl S'eirV"r ,n CeorgcWarrcii. KiTUor. rrlceof Knlworl pi low-.62. : JAN. 12. I?77 1T.1DAT, Hrv MIIXEB. County Attorney; f.r Calloway county, i dead. .rm - -i . r,na URASi wim' c canal by the Nicarauguan r" . c. :ti:n 1i.llnr4. to cost u" " , crnnieni nas Thk United Statef lbe Centennial inQtitutcd fuit0"r one million dollar I V.mmiaftl r- nI)ORE VASPKRRtLT, who CO Va. Vti- nrf.pl- nit r i . 1 'i K . , ..... th S?5 000 000 Pr. Jos. G. Chiun, aj:eJ 80, and ' M rs. Catharine Lawson, aged 90, were I .oarried ia JexiDston, ivy., Years day. Both wealthy. ' 3 . "LlVE the country ; perish party," -ays teiialOr VOUItllUg; UUt iiib uiui . .iiiy U to make a partisan see that hi party is the one to perish. TlLDfcN's pain over the Democratic vote of 1S72 was 969,393. The total v..te in the United States was 8,443,- Those who apprehend war from the . i ' i 1 rt...

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. — 19 January 1877

CURRENT FAR A GliA 1'IIS. The broom packing at Vallejo, Cali fornia, is busy filling orders for Aus-1 traiia. . f I .every family that ia much family there is a favorite child, which does pretty mnch as it pleases, and gets the bulk of all the goodies; but over in Europe the affectionate parent rather I overdoes herself. The foreign items of a French mother who has strangled . inree ot her children that the fourth might have a full marriage portion. m - - There is in Washington some talk increasing the value of gold coinage what it was before the last reduction, so f OO 1 A 1 pjSS-..i-e lue coinage rates between gold and silver five and a half. This will restore both the gold and silver dollars of our fathers. There are intimations of a report frem the silver commission favor ing such an increase in the weight of the gold coins. Louisville bankruptcy statistics for the past year; Insecured liabilities of city 'petitioners, $1,720,000 ; insecured liabilities of county petitioners, 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. — 19 January 1877

AGRICULTURAL. Chufas. The clmfa interest is now running high again everybody wants to plant chufas this year. We arc glad of it. That the chufa ia a success as a hog feed there can now be no shadow of doubt. Tersous who have given it a thorough test are united in the opinion, so far as we have heard, that good pork can be made of crlufaa at from three to five cents per pound. Not a few have published it as their opinion that one acre in chufa, on good land in the south will make more pork than three acres of good land in corn at the north. If all this is so, then why do we not make arrangements at once to move our smoke-houses home we who all live have had them away up somewhere in Illinois, Iowa or Ohio? The notion prevailing in some localities to the effect that chufas are a pest is nonsense. We have irrown the crop on our place for several years and find it no more a pest than com or oats. Mobile Register. I'ol'.mhfor Furniture. To polish furniture, use equal parts of boiled lins...

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. — 19 January 1877

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : : : : : JAN. 19. 1S77. Advertisers must send in their fa tort ly 8 o'clock TJinrsday morning to in sitre their appearance in Friday $ paper. ion WORK. The Coviki Orrirc Is new thoroughly furnished with new Job Trr-r; also, a full aupply of Letter, Note and IIii.l-Hb. Pare, Cabps, &c , ami can do work in the neatest style and at city prices. Wanted We want tho local new of yor"vieirity,;such as births, marri ages, deaths, improvements, state of cropsete If your neighbor has a large Bag, or a fine, cow, or a good crop of cot ton or corn, let us know it. Iooal IVcwk. Remember the ?Iardi Gras Masque rade ball at Hickman. Theodore Tilton U lecturing in dif ferent parts of Kentucky. RetJ the statement of the assets and liabilities of Fulton county, in this issue. Th authorities of Little Hock have decided against wooden sheds and corni ce since lbs dentructive fire. A newspaper folded and worn under the coat is said to be warmer than a fur coat. Now ia (...

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. — 19 January 1877

i 4 ' . , f - ..J t , taaawMi iu oic,. :i;uiiii,i HICKMAN COURIER. rtJBlISHEI fTIII WKKK BT GEO. WARBEN. OJETFIOIE : intern street, next door to N. P- TIarness h Co.'s Hardware store: VV STAIBS. r. Oldf$t ytfcitpnpfr in Wettrrn KevUu-ky. George Warren, K1Hor. :rlee of Subscript ion. $2. FRIDAY. JAN. 10. IS77. SURVE1I. Ilie MISSSSSll'I'I Engineers erfjr at Cairo. An important o7k, which the whole Mississippi Valley country is vastly interested, is about to be commence.. The last Congress nn.de n appropriation of 23.000 for a prop er survey of the Mississippi river, from Cairo to New Orleans. The object o this work is not only for the bci efit ft navigation, but by actual survey t ill be pmcm-ai. ol THE Dl)niG PROOF. "Hold Florltlsi lor llajes and W Iieeler," "Money nn.i Troops Will be Sent You President Grant it i said, will Vclare martial law in the District of Colombia. CHANDLER now admits that he sent the troops and money telegrams to Florida. Tub Grnnze Lodzes in the nrper muDtie...

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. — 26 January 1877

ft . y S- H .jT i t urn i '. ' ' 1 t-- T. , - -"t j -- ' ---- CURREXT PARA G RA FUS. The modern cookstovc is approach ing a degree of perfection which vtY hJt comretent enerineer at a stated salary to run it. Mr. Mocst Pleasant ia the singular - title of the boss Tuscarora chief on the 7 Niagara county reservation. . Thia honest -fellow claims, too, to have recently dis- I covered some old papers which entitiea his tribe to the whole state of North Carolina, not to mention a trifle of 1, 500,000 acres in Kansas. "vVrrmx a few daya the first install ment of coloniata . for western Massa chusetts, numbering twelve families, will leave for Berks county, S. C, and' .Segin-the work of building a village uout seven milea east of Morgantown. J'he colonist have a refusal of 24,000 Jcres in a body, of which 19,000 is of eavy white-pine timber. M The supreme court of Ohio has efiec- . T 1 i .1 V ot railroad conductors in kicking tramps ' their trains between stations. Under the decision of 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. — 26 January 1877

r- f V ft j I ) 4 s n 0 ii r-sJ- . i If- X11E CHALLt.XGJ r : I. What I fluht for a worthies Tain coquette, for a hearlleas jilt no; 1 ! My mettle, sir, w at Worcter -roTed; I dread ot the o ring lie i liiv me a coward's name; PI'll make bim eat bis words who dares to fling in uiy teeth the same ! II. Forrmyaword fs now, as H ever was, and I trust "i will eretbe, . , , As prompt to deiend its master's fame as in days of chivalry. I will light for. my Udr, I will draw my sword to uphold the caiw of riebt; -""jaFor truth, for juMlre, for all who are weak, l will tight with all my mirnt i m. but because. woman looks awry and it may be easts a glance On ether men than herchosen knight, shall I put in rest my la nee, To uphold her folly and flatter her whim, and cause a bra re man to die, Cawrpt by the fickle cane of strife T Not I, iut lord, not I. - , h X bo carry this roea-wge back to him who sent you this w.ld- -"oee eha.o. like hmelf, am of noble b:ood, nn 1 I think it do disernre cp...

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. — 26 January 1877

Y . t s jarfw-te W"I v .4 I ? THE HICKMAN COUHIER. mi Dir. : : JAN. 23, 1877 JJcriir$ mutt mJ in thtir &r$ 8 ei'cltptk Thurtitay morning to stire their fj'fru ranee in tridajt yoper. it jon WORK. The Covert Omen la now thoroughly furnished with sew Job Ttme; also, a full supply of Lkttkh, Notb and Uill-Hkai fArca. Cam, Ac , and can do work io the neatest style and at city price. Wanted We waut the local new ef yourvleinity, Jsuch as births, marri ages, deaths, Improvements, state of Fere), ete. If your neighbor baa a large Vkej, era Gaejeow, or a good crop of cot- areora, let ua know it. Glorious sunshiue this week. The ri?er is clear and the whistle of ateacaers is again heard on it waiera. Senator Tyler' new residence i Ccvststcsl Prceellna. Hickm-a, Ky., Jan. 23. 1877. Ceueeil met. r reseat Mnyor (rather, Councilman Landrum, Harness, Traut weise, Ramage. Satnse. and SieagnU. Minolta of preceeding meeting real, adopted and aigued. KW BCSISIfS. A.I. Witting presented bond as Ci...

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. — 26 January 1877

r 4 . i- ...A, . i ' iVl.,;; : '2. n V 'iMANOOUlUKK. 1 OFFICE: CliaV atrwt, l door t. NT- Harness 'f2 C.' Hardware store: rr- 8Tia. Writer Krntwky. 7A OUt Statpajtm Crorg Warren. jl ii1XrrSnl'rIil Ion-?2.' : : JAN. 2, IS77 FRIDAY, In method agreed opoo for w ItiBff the Presidential Hi.p.ite. may not r.eh lb. true result, bat it w.H be final, and to this extent benefit the Vole country. StA!DKa H STitPHssii aeain fisly ill t Wasbioeton. and hi fCery is reearded a doubtful. He be sixty-five years of age next fP month. I n- fit stance the plan agreed upon O f for settling the Presidential matter, j I look. lik it foreshadows the choice ol I IT.r.a but it was unanimously ap- V proved by be representatire Demo -l. on. the committee, and hence (Damoerata inustabide the result. I Thb Presidential arbitrators are Catiureasmen. five Senators, an fir.f tlopn J oJ- Tl. V . u ,k,, -hich virtually V rinthit each other.- wnicn viriuny U.,e, the decision to the five Supreme Vleavea tne oeci.ion to...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 February 1877

VUJIKEXT TAJtAGRArilS. a ha vi: am o i r. The euicide of Mr. Collius, the chief engineer of the Late Shore road, is sup- posed to have been caused by mental depression and overwork. lie cried like a child when he saw the Ashtabula wreck, though no one held him re-1 - sponsible for the accident. A new amusement is in vogue among Mexicans in San Francisco. They wind hanclkerchiefs tightly around the blades I . of their knives, leaving a quarter of an inch of the points bare. Then they fight j with these weapons, and although the , wounds cannot bo deep, they aie often toumerous acd painful. Theeb will be five eclipses in 1S77, viz., a total eclipse of the moon on Feb. .i in, visible m the United Mates: ai partial eclipse of the sun on March 14th, visible in western Asia; a partial eclipse : f the tun on Aug. Sth, visible in Alaska, Kamtschatka, and the North Pacific Ocean ; a total eclipse of the moon on Aug. jra, parti visible in the eastern and southern sta rand a partial eclipse of...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 February 1877

X7 v-' ! JLGRICUTUXAL. lhe Farmer' Wife. Th fanner came la from the field one ay: His languid tep and his wearv mbt. His beaded brow, his sinewy hand". All fhowed his wort for tlie good of the land: For he sows, sows, tows, For he hoes, uoea. hoes. And he mows, mows, mows, All for the good of the land, Bt the kitchen fire stood bis patient wife, Light of his home and joy of his life, JUh Lice all aglow, anil busy hand rrepgring the meal for her household batd : For she must hoil, boil, boil, And he must broil, broil, broil, A ad she must toil, toll, toi, All for the good of the home. The b; ight sun xhinM wh,n t l. f.. . The birds sie swet aonea, the launlis fiisk about ; "'""" ottijuiCT soiuy in tue glen, Y bile he works so bravely for the good of the men For he sows, sows, sows. For he mows, mows, mow, And he hoes, hoes, bora. All for the good of the land. How briikly the wife steps about wiihiD, The dishes to wash, the milk tosfcim ; The hie goes out. the flies buzz about ; For 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. — 9 February 1877

C .L.L J !" THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRUAY, FEB. 9, 1877. Atltrrtivr mntt tend t their favor oyS o'clock Thurnlay morning to iit $nrc their apiartnce in J-ridoy's paper. JOB IVORH. The Toriy. Owen fs now thoroughly furnished wiih new .Iob Ttpe; also, a full "upply of LrrrivH, Note and Biix-Ukap ,PM, Camia, &c, and can do work in the utei!t style and at city prices. Wanted Wc want tlie local new of your'viciaily, "such as births, marri ages, deaths, imprnif raf nls, stale of rops, etc. If your-ueighhor lias a large fcog. ur a finejeow, or a good crop of cot ton or corn, let us knew it. Jjocnl Xeutt. Hor?a and .Jack hill printed in pood style, cheap for cash, at the Cor a tea office. The Fulton Circuit Court convene next Mutiday. The docket of cases i about the average. W. Ct. Branhaill, for the killing ol I'hil. Winston, waived tn examination. and entered into $-',000 bond for his aP- j purine, at ai.xl Court. i The xM.rdi Ura Ball approaching. ! The King of the Carnival bid you all ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 February 1877

- r 1. HICKMAN COURIER. rtrtLISHEl WEEK BT GEO. AVVIXIEST -OFFICE : Clinton atreet, next door to N. P. Harness H& Co.' a Hardware tore: vr STA1BS. 7 he Oldet Xewspaprr in Wet tern Kentucky. George Warren, Editor. Price of Subscription, $2. FRIDAY, FEB 9. 1877. It is thought the Tennessee Legis lature will suspend tne collection of taxes in that State until next October. OSLT $25 000 is appropriated for the President salary by the Hone Committee in the LeqrisUtive and Ex ecutive Appropriation bill. If the Senate consents to this, Grant's sue cessor will be paid only half aa much as Grant has been. Amonu the commercial and econom ical phenomena which have marked : the year just passed, we may note a j signal falling off in the production of , sugar attendea Dy a comewnai fmuu- , disturbance to the marKei ior mai ; article. Tux experience of Kentucky, in the establishment of Common Schools, correspond with that or other States, and that is that the fystein to be made efficient must...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 February 1877

fill ri t 'a xjj ' ri it Li::. t - J j Tiif. number, of passengers annually transported by the New York city rail--oads.is rejorted to be about 1 iV,000,000. - ,TTE foul weed, the mullein, prows not naturally in Europe, but it is carefully trained in Jardin des Plantes in Faris, and is called the " American velvet plant." I.v Russia coffins covered with pink -cloth are used, forchildren and, young s unmarried persons, crimson for women, f j brown ibr widows. Elack is in no esse . employed.. -The taxable property of New York tate, real and personal, is said to be 2,700,0'Xi;OW, or a little more than our national debt was a few years ago. Nearly half this, or $1,349,326,223, is assessed in Ne j York ami. Brooklyn. In' overhauling little weaknesses Rus sia finds she has a depleted treasury, un etlled industries, a superannuated (rime minister, and an incompetent gen- inn.vauij,. opnng win uooon. enougn. r war evidently. '. Grapes have been raised in such quan tities in California that ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 February 1877

I . 1 a . I .THE XLIVth CONGRESS, I iTSf ! duced and referred : Fixing the time lor SECOWD SESSrON. the regular meeting of congress. Ve- i daring forfeited to the United -f.8 V'ltiilVdTftl .Tvnnon ! &.nntr ! rUin lomlj rrqnlil Mirllifiran for rail- I .u 1 I" V. .1. 1 J ... ' ....... t, 1 if 111" ' . . " . . Ironside ration M as resumed of unfinished ; road purposes, smd providing lor lmsines,'iie bill ia' regard to counting sale to actual settlers. Charterino tUn. Acnttr.A vnta tn Tfr Slipriiiiiii i ipicrl f rnilrfi.ad rommillV from tluG V regard to the condition of affairs in Louisiana, in which the Kellogg govern ment ia charged with incompetency, and thev appeal to the country' iiot to believe the ttatem?nta of frauds and violence charged againt the people of Louisiana. Inferred, tenator nidoni called up the house bill appropriating twenty thousand dollars for the relief of nver. I tho destitute noor of tlif Dist.rirt. nf on tne Auanuc ioim.u.. . , ' ;j - "... ' " The mcrninz...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 February 1877

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : FBB. 1G. 1S77. Adcrrtirt titvtt tend in thrn'r facor Ly 8 urhtrl- Tlturtuhiu morning tu in tre thfir oppraromce in Friday a jon WORK. The rortrtl Ornri: Is now thoroughly furnished with new Job Tttk; a full supply of I.ettfr, NoTf and BiLi.-Hicn Pra. I'tlM Sc.. and rn do work in the eatest style and at city price. Wantfh We want the local new of your'vleinily, Tsuch as births, marri ages, deaths, improvements, state of orops, etc. If your neighbor has a large hog, or a finejcow, or a good crop of cot ton or compel n know it. Hore and JackfbilU printed io food style, cheap for cash, at the Cocaiea office. . Circuit Conrt i in session this week , Judge Robinson presiding. We direct attention to th new ad . vertisement of F. Sm-e, in this issue. They talk of revivins the whipping poet to apply on'y to wife whippera. l)r Nat Morrwan.l Mi Sue P-bow, were married, near rulton, last week. Our streets preent quite 'a lively appearance this'week. Many eitiien f...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 February 1877

IlICKMANCOUniKH. ensmnri tmt wrrr mx GTZO. "WATlTJFiN'. OFFICE : Clinton treet. nt door to X. T. Harness Co.'a Hardware store: rr- 8Tm. Ike OhuTl A;w,irT If''"" K'nturt.'. OeorRC Wa rren. F.1 i t or. Price or Siibsor!ill. 2- FRlTAY, : :': : : FEB. 10. TS77. TnE Democratic party. tn en'erinjr into tlie Presidential Arbitration, i? l iVa Prttnnhman. who ToW comparer iu , nnnnuJ to fiiflitUJ!?. th i to escape a dqel. committed suicide TKlnTl;e,iXrBreh;;p-ed,he conditio of the country. Kv.r, 11 . . f ! onA tlmiiL'h he mav not a"ree that ! r. 1J e.r.. , hun once in fix yeirs. i roet the emlly. arprobation of parents gen- approDsuou c SptRlTt'ALtsM and vnemncy are itynonym in the eye of Knpfwb law. The shadowy nit'ire of the material dealt in is retarded a nfiordinsr ground for the chars of livinjr without visi ble means of support, and vagrant spir it are naturally supposed to employ vagrant agents. It is proposed in the Senate of thi State to mnke women eltsihf school officeri It is goo...

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. — 2 March 1877

urrext faragrafiis. - The San Francisco Alta says that, from causes not easily explained, Cali fornia, and perpaps San Francisco in particular furnishes more cases of paralysis than does any other section of the country, if not of the woald. WCMA5T laTtTe Johnson county, -house has riven birth to nine children during her stay there, and the distressed authorities have been com pelled to exile her from the society of the institution. " Not far from Salzburg, Austria, is a great mountain which consists of noth ing but beautiful marble. The stone masons cut out blocks and columns of it, take them to the great city, and build " palaces of them, whilejthe chips are used to make playing marbles for the young folks. The use of chloroform in dentistry w said by the Medical Record to be always dangerous. "No surgeon," says the writer, cares to assume the responsibility f giving chloroform unless he knows that the stomach of the patient is empty, that the circulatory apparatus is in good cond...

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. — 2 March 1877

wtmn AGRICULTURAL. Tain cIaiul tit the Cotton States. C. -W. Howard, cf Kingston (Ga.), baa an instructive paper in the report cf the agricultural department for 1874 (ju9t received), on "The condition of ag riculture in tho cotton states," in which he says: "The value of land in the set tled portion of the older cotton states is leas thaa in any other country in Chris tendom. This was the case before the war. In 1SG0 tho average value of land in Georgia was $1.85. The highest value ef the richest county was $10.60 per acre. The lowest value was C3 cents per acre. If we contrast these values with thoee of tie northern, middle or new northwestern states, the dmerecce is stuking." Low as the price of southern lands was before the war, ia 1SG0, it ia much less at this time. Having, to-day, the cheapest lands in chrifi'ndoni, f.s Jlr. Howard truly averts, we ought to produce fat cattle, h"ore.-, mules, sheep, wool, butter, cheese, and all fruits adapted to our climate, a little cheaper ...

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. — 2 March 1877

-J" r V -J A THE HICKMAN COURIER Till DAY, MARCO 2, 1877. ( m ' . r i their appearance xriaay paper. JOU WORK. The Coeeui" Orric la now thoroughly famished with new Job Ttpe; also, a full aupply of I.ttkr, Note and BiLt-Hn )apk. CaRI', &c , and can lo work ia the etest ttyle end at city prices. Wanted We want the local new? of Yourieinity,Jsucb. as births, marri ages, deaths, improvements, state of crops, eto. If jour neighbor baa a large hog, or a fine'cow, or a good crop of col ton or corn, let us know it. Local JVewa. Dime parties supercede pound par ties, for charity, in Hickman. Why doea the Ilicknitn Store do such a rushing business? Because tliej advertise in tie Ilickmaa Cocrikr. A Urge portioo of Dexter, Mo.,wn destroyed by ire, lust Tuesday some evea or eight business houses. Sheriff Walker will leave Monday, fer JJjankfort, with four prisouers, for the penitentiary. Call and see Bob Davis he sells goods cheaper AiiJake. The ateauxer Belle of St. Louis ha teen raised f...

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