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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 May 1877

' . 2tt A.XI FIRESIDE. fea Cwrture in fiei South. , .There are a goad, many difleren Inda the rpeckled, or vhippoorwill, ii the one most generally sown about here, as it makes more peas than any other. Then, there are the clay pea, black pea, ' laiy pea, and a good many others. The last named is generally used for the table ; it is nearly as good as the navy bean and more easily raised here. , We sow them here most always among the corn in the drills a hill or two be tween two stalks of corn at the first 4 plowing, which covers them ; or between the dnlla at the last plowing. They may be sown at any time in May or June, bat they will make good vines if sown in July, depending a goud deal upon the season and condition of the land. We step-drop three or four peas in a hill ; rows any width apart you de sire, from two to four feet and cover r lightly, . 2so after cultivation is needed, 'although it helps tbem greatly, it plowed once or twice. eeJ is pretty scarce here this season. Some...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 May 1877

THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY. 31 AY 18. IST7 A4rerti$er mvtt ,nmd in their Java )ft iy 8 oVfWAr Tliurnday morning tn in ht their appearance in Friday's paper. jon WORK. , The Covin Orric Is now thorontrhly .-furnished with new Job Trrr; also, a full enpply of Lktteh, Noti: and Bill-Hk? Pwn, Cabds, &c , and can do work in the neatest style and at city price. CLEAR THE TRACK ! Still Ahead By a Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! NEW AND srLKNDID STOK OF Spri f Ulld SlllViniCr, -1 FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, NH Opening at the CHEAP STOKE Ot BUCHANAN & BARNES. ! A Fu'l Line of Ladies DRESS GOODS In all tbe NEW AND NOVEL STYLES. TIIK 3IOHT IIKAITTIFITI Ftyli.h Line of LADIES' and MISSES HATS Ever Brought to Hickman, Very CLesp. Cashmere Of RCCIIINtJS. Neck Tie, I.aees, Linca F.tuHroi Irics, InsTtings, Hosiery, Glove-, if., at Unprecedented Law riies. A FULL LINE OF Ij. lies' Shoes, in all Styles and of the .Vrj Best Make. Cheaper Thn Ever. In Gentlemen's Hats 87V were engaged Satur...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 May 1877

9 7 THE 'HICKIIAN COURIER FRIDAY, MAT 18. 1877 AdtrrttT mvtt trvff im their furor hjf 8 o'clock Tkvrttliiy morning to in . pure their appearance in Jritltty'i paper. aon lvonn. The Comim Orrirr In now thoronrhly furnished with new Job Trrr; also, a full np'p'ly 'ef Lrren, Notf and Bill-Heap rxrwrn, Cians, ke , and ran do work in the leevleet stjle and at eity price. CLEAR THE TRACK ! Still Ahead By a Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! ' JEW AND SPLENDID STOK OF Spring and Summer, -.w fW.iit at l he CHEAP STORE OF A Full Line of Ladies j -r r. I 111 14 WW i-il II I I W I J JLVJJJkJkJJ Va t' K-J ; In all the N EW AN D NOV i'.L STYLES. Til K W OWT Ri: A I T I FIT It Stylish Line of LAOIES and MISSES I1ATS Ever llrr.ncht lo Hickman, Very Cheap. Of RrCJIINGS, Neek Ties, -,i,mrre .- Laoes, Linen K.Bbrei.Ienes. inwn.nfP, Hosiery, Gloves, &e., at Uuprecedciited Lam Trices. A FULL LINE OF radies Mioes, in all Styles ai r tne vrr Mk- cbrrr T1,"n ",er In Gentlemen' s Hats Stork, We Itv a ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 May 1877

THE ' 'HICKiTAN COURIER FRJPAY. : MAT 18. 1877 AJfrtirr mvf tntA in their furor hy 8 ortorJe TKurtdny morning fn iit . turt their appearance in J'rithty'i pitprr. . JOIt UflllK. The Cermn Orricr. Is now thoroughly fNra.iss.r-d with new Jon Trrr; liio, a full iMipply 'of ljrrre, Not and Bili.-Hicai pAnm, CaBna, Ac , and can. do work in the mssta-st stylo and at city price. 1SPT7- CLEAR TUB TRACK! Still Ahead By a Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! - K1T AND SPLENDID STO?K OF Spring and Summer, 5-:rASCV AND 6TATLE IRV GOODS, ju.of at the CHEAP STORE OF TJ A Full Line of Ladies DRESS GOODS In all the NEW ANDNOVF.L &TVLK3. T1IK MONT BKAITIFIIL ftylish Line of LADIES and MISSES flATS Ever Drought lo Hickman, Very Cheap. - mLKMII) IalXIS i amusements, more recreation, more lile. . .- KimtoR Cocni: At a regular meel -Of RTCHISOS, Neek Tie, -..j,mtre Something, or anything innocent in ii-J i ng 0f Ty Ur lidge, I. . Good Templars. , t:-,- F.,broideries. Inacrlinrs, I : ,r relieve dullne...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 May 1877

- '2 ) HICKMAN COURIER. FVBLISBKI 1TKII WISE T GEO. - W-A-TR-EST. OFFIGE:- C'.iaton street, next door to N. P. Harm a & Co.'s Hardware store: ' CP STAIK9. ""ie Oldctt Stiripaptrin Wrtttrn Kmttirhy. ' CJeortfe Warren, Editor Price of Subscription. 82. t'UlDAY. MAVIS. 1877. A mocking BIRD entered a Metho-'-t church at Jackson, Tenn , the oder Sunday, and, after circling .nnA room lit on tie railing of! altar, where it sat iu attentive i 'enee till the close of ihe ermon. wheo ; rb!ed onie of its sweeten notes itid sailed away. t r. i . .i ,.. ili I r JjUgiauu laM-s pu.-invu Ka.teru w.r.it will require uke ealcu- -.tions to keep France and PrusMa out . f the free fiht; aud if all areiuvolv- .d TTucle Sam will Jiave to trin his verj" accurately to steer clear of trouble. Little difficultien are very pt to occur at sea when the whole world is out privateeiimr. m - Tar. Georgetown I imci innnnnres Wm. Liudsav is its hrt . . . . v.: r:,.k noiee Tor the senator.... p. - filled by an ele...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 May 1877

HICKMAN COURIER! VDSUIRBI VmY WHI It GEO. WABHEN. OFFIOE : CVfaton strset, maxt door to N. P. Harnett & Ca.'a Hardware store : rr stubs. 0Mf1 Vcwtpaprr in Wtitern Kenturhq. Irie W MTlplIO1j, 5 FRIDAY. alAY'18. I8T7. Mathn. .no mnu tu'ti" " " -v. T...Vmn Tena.. the V"w Sunday, and, after circling s-ronnd the room, lit 00 the railing of he altar, where U sat in attentive si lent till the close of the sermon, when if warbled none of its sweetest DOtes aod sailed away. the Tk England takes positiou in V.ttera wtr it will require nice calcu- VionMo keep France and Prussia out f .ttnfrrf fl Aif and if ill areiuvolv- tl iuc lift 1 .i ed, Uncle Sam will have to turn his Tery accurately to steer clear of trouble. Little difficulties are very pt to occur at eea when the whole world is out privateering. Titr Georeetown Time announces thatJudze Wm. Liod-ay is ite first choice for the Senatorship. which will be filled by an election in the next General Assembly. Judge Lindsay has many warm f...

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 May 1877

VOJiVASSlOXS FAIL gOT." i . , - t ' CY JOHS W. CI14DWICK. "nn?fairinfcliiBtlitrtrMrit,-' - - Th saft wiiholds his wonted ray, .. Thi flays are di-ll and cold and gray. No shado w doth the maple fling. iYora snow-clad peak ami icr main "i be nortU wind coii-th wet and chill, And eTerrotre the clouds ditilij. The horded ti ensure of (he rain. But still, O mirccie of peod ! ' The crneus sp.hifs, -the violets peep, 'ibefitrspeliiii; Tines begin locreep, The JaiKleitorf gilds thfesml.' ' l' Therain may fill incoustant shower3, The south wind t:irrr on its way ; Butthtaatfiiuie niiiht and tbiouirh the day AdTance the summer's Iiagtant hours. Ant fnona fTthe north wi nd forces them back, ThewwjT-Wd hurries from the smith -With umii:er music in his mouth, AnstthMi withsvna iu hisalrj track. What then, my until, if thou must know Thy dava of daiknese. gloom and cold, If joy its rud iy beam wilhuld. And grief compels mr lra tu Mow ? And what if, Then with len'led form praie the ftuls ior sorr...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 25 May 1877

! FRJLliCEAXD GEB3U.Ni: TAa Ctmin Jeath- GrappTe lieticeen the Teuton ani the Saul. Europe is rapidly assuming the condition- a -vast miltary camp, or rather is becoming a series of national camps. Germany .has devoted all her cnergies,- nce the close of the war with France.. to perfect her military organization. A large part of the French indemnity was expended, in military roads, in, obtaining heavy ordnance, strengthening fortifi cations, in the purchase of arms, and in building4 and equipping a navy. Tbe empire has been made a vast military school, so- that when there is a need for troops every man will be a trained and armed soldier. In France the prepara tion for war has been even more exten eive. The inefficiency and insufficiency of the military established under the empire is one of the painful renienibran cesof France." ' Hardly had the Germans left the country before the military edfi caton ot the nation was begun. France is no longer to have a regular army and a military...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 25 May 1877

the hickhan courier FRIDAY, : MAY 25. 1877 AAUrt mmt mIt their favort ly 8 w'rtWIt ThMminy morning to im wtt tleir apptartxne i Friday' pnpcr. Tte Cauc Orrvcn U new thorongbly famished with ic Job Tin:; also, enpply nf Lrrrtn, Nt and Biil-Hbai. firo, Canns, c , and can do work in the neatast atyla and at city price. 1 CLEAR TUB TRACK! Still Ahead By a Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! SIW AND SPLENDID STO?K OF Spring and Summer, FANCY AND STAPLE PRY GOODS, lew Opening at thn CHEAP STORE OF V 1111 a Pall Uae af Ladiae DRESS GOODS la all the JEW A5D NOVEL STYLES. T1I12 HOST BEArTIFlTIs Stvli.h Li., of LADIES' and MISSES HATS Ever Brought to Hiehuiau, Very j t-eas. A IPLE.DII) lIXi: ! Cashmere ' of CCHIUS. Neek Ties. Uets, Uaaa two.t ... . 1 : I . - f aal I n at-.;.r. Clavas. Ae.. at UtrreceJeotea I L Frisjaav ! A FULL LINE OF ; all Styles and of the j Ladies' Shoes, ia Tary Bast Vaks. Cheaper Than Sver In Gsntlemea's Hats j Have Fall and Cwpl S"fk- abrasiag all tha Saw gtytea in Fur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 25 May 1877

lIIOKMAfl COUK1KR GEO. WiVRlSN. ClintiHi If, tt 4r V W- y. B'M" A V Hard wart tr : 74 Ofio ( A' jd7 tr in Wtttrrn Kentucky. Crrorc Warren, BrtUr Price of Sntrrlplion, FR1PAY, : : : : : MAY 25. 1377 Hatm offered South Carolina Cfcamberlaio, the portion of Solicitor f th Treasury, but he refused. Gov. UesdbicKs. the .real Vice President elect of the United State, ta booked for a trip to Europe. WEAKLKT CoCNTT has refused by vot of the people, to levy a tax lor ahool purposes. IV think the advance in the price of breadstuff U aomewhat apeeulaiive and ma it recede from the present quo tatioos. ClCUMTANCici now distinctly poiut to the fact that tLe old Re pub Meant are resoUed on nominating Grant for President in 1SS0. I'm LADE! PHI A has discovered that the Centennial can be made a perpet ual source of profit and has become to patriotic that ehe will have a Centen niat erery year. Ex-Gov. Skymocb aaj that there la mere notrtioua food in an acre Hied with fish than in the bt wheat growin...

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 June 1877

H IF - f n v jsv&'n qua pus.. T,r!tt:E liuvian officers inspected . a lVJer milt near Portland, Me., last n p jt .anu"? and endeavored to ; purchase '" improved machinery like that which was there in use. This they were unable to do, h'ut 'they uiae contracts ior the man ufacture and shipment of a large quan tity of powder worth $250,000. ' TH! war." Saltan wilt proclaim a "holy Russia has proclaimed also a "holy w'ar.'"' England's possible, war i , " "'Ost, of course, he " holy." Every one a t the combEtants, bible or koran in one hand and sWord in the other, will bellig erently exclaim to each other, "Iaui holier than thou. Our torpedoes are holier than your torpedoes; and our brabs bayonets and bullets are the only holy boinb-, bayonets and bul'icts in the world." A i-km i.em an- ij a rarer -thing than . -feinieof u thin. for.-- Which of u.s can , dthU out iicjy such in hiscirclc; men vbose air.i-4 ate generous, whose truth is xron.stdi'U sirnl elevated, whs can look the worl...

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 June 1877

T0 CORBESP3NDKNT8. -AH communication for tbi tf .houlil I,:lUd h tha name of the aut bur : not paceaaaiir ! . . . rrvr MaanaeriM tlinuld ba arrittan "l In rard o ycmr datea, and to bating ll aigna tarea plainly written. - - BifAIK'Ay'D XEtiVEi. Thei Nourishment in Bealthmnd Disease. ADVICE TO SERVOrS TEOriX. Now, from whatever cause or combina . tion of cause nervousness has been pro duce If "happiness and health are to be restored, the causes must be repaired. For in proportion to : the weakness of a man's system and the enfeeblement of his nerves, will be the liability of his falling a victim to other and more fatal maladies; and thus it is that every day we find such diseases as bronchitis, con sumption, Bright's disease, brain disease and "insanity following at the heels of nervousness. The indications for treat ment are fourfold. First, we must re move the cause.'restore the ton of the heart, improve the blood. All injurious habits must be given up ; late hours and intemperance...

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 June 1877

' a ' . " i 1 t " " "" t f Cna n cm Air coosier IB! PAY. : i t : : JUNE 3, !fS77. AJ&rrtiaert ' amrt their Jrort iy 8 "clock TKurmdny morning t -pur appearance im Friday's paper. jon WORK. Cb CotraiB ftrrici la w thoroughly furnished with m Job Trpr; also, a full ripply of 1 bTTEB, NeTB and Biil-HeaP Papas. Ci'M, Ac , and can d work in the rate.t style Bad at city prieca. CLEAR THE TRACK! Still Ahead By a Fair Coruit. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! SEW AXD SPLENDID 8TOCK Of Spring and Summer, PACT AXD STAPLE DRY GOODS, Sew Opening at tka CHEAP STORE OF K Tall line Ladies DRESS GOODS la all the MEW AND XOYEL STILES. Till! MOST BEAUTIFUL Stylish Lino of LADIES' and MISSES j BATS Evsr Brought to Hickman, Very Cheap. Of RCCaiXQS, Ntck Ties, Cashmere Laces, Liasa Embeoidsries. Insertions, Hosiery, GUves, C at Unprecedented Law Pr iees. A FULL LINE OF Ladies- Shoes, ia U 8yl i f ,b Vary Best Make, Cheaper Tliaa Ever. la Gsntleaea's Hats Wo Usee B Full and Complete Stock, Easbraeiog Bit the S...

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 June 1877

a' -A HICKMAN COUHIEK HHUUI VT WWI BT GEO. "WABREN . OFFICE: ftolas Baildinc Cliaton Street. 1k$ OUt Xtrtnper in Western Kentucky. George Wnnrn, dlitor. IVtee of Subscription. $2. FRIDAY, 1 J Ul JUNE 1. I8T7 The Democratic Conrentton whicl :s to meet at Morow, Juda lCih. learn, will tremble in Cayce & Bow cr'a Flail. There is ampU room, and kil are invited to atten 1. PeCmtTAKT EVAKTS will notify MfiicA tliat if che cannot top th ri4 into our territory tliat this Gov rDroent will, if he has to follow tie thieves into Mexico. Morton, the great war chief of tt uepoWicao party, whom it wni thoaght woul.1 fijlit Hayes to the hi' r end. publishes a letter aupponioe hia Southern policy. The bread buttered on thst ije now. Tn New York Legislature wn mobbed last week, the populace uins clubs, beatiosr. kiekinz and ioxul'ini generally. The immediate oceasiot wag the faitare of ao apprnpria'ini Sill to cntnpli!&3Jtt4JhuUdis; ITatks is aid to be d:.ati-fid ; he result of hin visit to N...

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. — 8 June 1877

C UR REX T PARA G RAP1IS. There are 375 appointments, to be " made on the police force of New Orleans, and there have been 2,500 applications (only), and, Governor Nicholis having been consulted, is of the opinion that the 375 vacancies won't stretch to the desired capacity. " Yankin war!" is the Turkish cry ' of fire, and instead of ringing alarm bells, - the Constantinople authorities discharge seven Krupp guns. The locality of the a. fire is indicated by flags or lights. The firemen are called "tumulbadgis," and the different companies often fight each other, as in Christian countries. - The sultans themselves used to run to the fires, but they are now more dignified. New Ohleans Democrat. The cotton-gin created a revolution in the cost and production of this important fleece. Heceutly another invention has been patented which may produce almost as marked an effect as the cotton gin. It j is the picker. It is a wagon-like ma- j chine, which is driven through the ripened folds, an...

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. — 8 June 1877

'-TO CORRK8POXDENT8. -Ml comtaunirationa lor hle paper ebouhl bur. rompamed t.y the nauieof theauthor: uot uectiaanrr tor pul.iii nti.n. bat evidence of rood faiib on tbe pit of the writer Manuacript ahould be written nly on one side of th paper. Be p rtirnlarly care T:il in recant 10 yonr da lea, and tu baviug all aigna turea plainly written. A GItIC ULT UEA I. reding Sir Me in Summer. Now the true way to fatten pigs, at this season of the year, is to give a por tion of coarse food, such as turnip, beets, carrots, potatoes, cooked clover hay, or grass, the last being the natural food of the pig, and in summer always at hand. While in cold weather it is neces sary to resort to roots, which have re quired manual labor to grow, in summer the pi"; can get its own grasp, and only require s a moderate allowance of grain t keep it growing rapidly aud have it r ;ady for the knife when grass ceases to grow. If we take all the hogs fattened in the United States in a year, and change thetime ...

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. — 8 June 1877

THE HICKMAN COURIER mi DAY, JUNE 8. 1877 Adverhw e,ul in ,e'.r "lor by 8 o'clock Thurtny morning ro in mure their orpearance. in. IriJays mure paper. JOH WORK. The ConiM Ornc Is new thoroughly furnished wi.h new Job Type; also a f u enpply of Lktte., Not and Bill-IUai. neatest style and at city prices. T11E TllAilv ! Still Ahead By a Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! NEW AND SPLENDlb STO'JK OF Spring and Summer, FASCV AND ST.l PLE W1Y GOODS, Sow Opening at the CHEAP STORE OF 1 lit ill A Full Line of Ladies DRESS GOODS In all ike NEW AND NOVEL STYLES. THE MOST K I'j A UT I V V Ij Stylish Line of LADIES; and MISSES II ATS Ever Drought to Cheap. Hickman, Very Of RUCHINGS, Neck Tiea, Cashmere1 , Laces, Lineu Embroideries, Inscrt.ugs, Hosiery Gloves, ic, at Unprecedented Low rriees. A FULL LINE OF Ladies' Shoes, in all Styles and of the Xerj Dst Make, Cheaper Than Kver. In Gentlemen's Hats We Have a Full and Complete Stock, Embracing all the New Styles in Fur, Wool, Straw, Tanama, and ...

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. — 8 June 1877

. Jr . JIIOOIANCOUHTER, PCBLI9UI KTKKY WSKK BY GEO. AVAKREN. OFFICE : Iltime BuiHiojr Clinton Street. The OldcttNetcrpapcrin Wetltrn Kentucky. George "IVarren, Etliior Trlrc of Subscription, $2. FRIDAY, JUNK 8. 1877 The precinct meetiuzs assemble at 2 P. M., Saturday, at usual votim: places. The laws oTTrado, which are said io regulate prices by the supply and demand, have been overturned by the beef traffic with Europe. Texs beef, worth 15 cents at home, sells in Lon don at 14 cents. NftXT Saturday is the day the Dis trict primary meeting are held, to se lect dele-rates to the Moscow driven ion. and to cay who you prefer for the next Legislature. Ten Broeck U now th running ( nf ), Turf, lie has now the fastest one, two. three and four mile time on record in the world, and his owner has determined to take him from the course, where he will not appear again until some horse loweis that record. f ATUBUAi, 'He firttoit' ynwfj meetings mot. If the people will turn out, the Moscow Domin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 29 June 1877

CUJttltEXT rAKAGUArilS. The twenty-pound Emma mine shares have been sold in London at one shilling each. ; A boy in Salem. Massachusetts, died last week from lockjaw, resulting .from the fillftsrof a tooth. Cadet Flipper, the colored graduate at West Point, stands sixty-third in a - class of sixty-seven. And a white boy, - the son of an eminent general, too, stands enly seconJ. The streets in front of employment offices in San Francisco are so obstructed with men seeking work that business firms lately petitioned the chief of police to keep a passage clear. Gex. Grant will not be the first . American to receive the freedom of the city of London in a gold box. Mr. George Feabody received it for his ser vices to England, and to London par ticularly. It is reported in London that .Sir Wil liam Vernon-llarcourt, after the close of the session of parliament, will proceed to the United States to prepare the biography of his father-in-law the late John Lathron Motley. A grove of the great ...

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 June 1877

a r r-LEAf4 XTi:iEt CVHUEXT PA-HAG HA 111 S . The twenty-pound Emma mine shares have been sold in London at one shilling each. A BOY in Salem. Massachusetts, died last week from lockjaw, resulting .from the filling of a tooth. Cadet Flipper, the colored graduate at West Toint, stands sixty-third in a class of sixty-seven. And a white boy, the son of an eminent general, too, stands only second. The streets in front f employment offices in San Francisco are so obstructed with men seeking work that business girms lately petitioned the chief of police to keep a passage clear. ficv. Orant will not be the first American to receive the freedom of the city of London in a gold box. Mr. ricnrfs iValwvlv rpfoivpd it lor his ser vices to England, and to London par ticularly. It is reported in Imdon that Sir Wil liam Vernon-Harcourt, after the close of the session of parliament, will proceed to the United States to prepare the biography of his father-in-law the late John Lathrop Motley. A grove ...

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