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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 5 October 1877

0 CUBKEXT PA1UGBAPHS. V Soalbern Item. lrotate Judire Morrow, of Jefferson county, Ala., has been impeached for drunkenness. ' A party cf Texas rangers have captured , John Beard, a desperado noted a9 Wesley Hardin himself. The chief of police ef Memphis has ordered all saloons to be closed after twelve o'clock, and the arrest oi all tramp found on the streets after that hour. Hot Springs doctors board the trains before they arrive at the springs, and drum for customers. Every jiersoo who goes there is expected to be sick. Gov. Colquitt, in a recent speech at Columbus, deeply deplored the los3 of independence and thrift by the farmers since the war. A led Irish setter dog, that cost two Qindred pounds in Ireland, has just been received by the Nashville kennel club, tn be prepared for the November field trial. The merchants of Points Coupee (La.) have petitioned the police jury of that parish to protect them against planters who sell goods to their hands without paying license. Ralei...

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. — 5 October 1877

1 1 ! ; f - i ... ,Tlie Reaper. The reapers b?nd tlu-ir luly imefcs, Thc.r miu A-int sickle sMy ; At -vwry Mroke t'ae poldeu wm l;o-ue lo hit them way. Th b-wvy : fall txwit)g down A nd d. stle at thtir lo t ; . 6u-li will, such work a tlielrs. peifon , Mtu-t win iu u.st boiuage uit-el. J-orarele-s of f.itiene, they go Si tmf- e steadily. The a.lmirip trave er on the roa-J Leaua o'er I hf sate to re ; ' Wiltt njarvcl of ilic soon-fallen breadth, The lonKia a-,I-siP! '"; But tn jeapers labor for us all ; '1'a ntel tney sliuull won well. Ere the (treat suu that burns above l-lia.l crimson in tbe we?t, And ihe ehiilren's poppy uoeegays fade, And they lie dowu to rest, Earh gold, n upear t. at upward points film.1 fall upon tne field. And I hi farmer drains a sparkling g ns. Itei noii'ir o cr the yield. Ply, lxtnny men, your sickles brieht, And gie the fxs.ple bread! At eve y co..ieriig utrl-le you take, l-n want and woe vou trd. Drop, heavy ears, and give the strength You x'tnored from...

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. — 5 October 1877

n s i ' i. -4 ... f r 7 IIICKMANCOUIUKU. PfTlLTS'IKI TTST WEEK BY GEO. AV.VimTS"N"- TTi ti re ISiilMin? Clinton Street. The Ol'l'tt .'rv.;"rr in U'ritTn Krnt'irky. ori.txr turnout. fSV IjOUS M:iy niX I'OtlfJ . New York ll'jv.r. l.,-:u-r. Tin: iioss rtE:M!: or ! u ! V. ; VI !i:it EIa I:-m Ilnr.r- 'Mii. ISIC1'. ; From tin- l-'.-n-jro (Mini:.; Timf. j v. Fulton C.,f,Mty w; - ... ,'. 'ie 'et!: in order i:i tin- Si:;?., in 1. . , , . r . ' n i:;ipr.v. ;,,(:! - - i i . :.' i v in There v.o vent, w Inzzin.; t h relish i e hud 1 i i r y ihe t.hcrdiv ; i i!', in 1 :i -n!:,te, ;r.: jta ,:i:l the ni'-t beanoi-ii mii; ut MuQvir i to ;i-k Mr. I .ni nn-Se w h , t it..- vx ;( :ii:, rate "f fi f ' V' mib-s j, , ''!, t"J tl- pr-li' :n 1 : u li r -i-;. i...r ' . I ! 1 . ! --i (;; ri e-, . i n-. i"' 11 :' !-V iiiei.,,;:;,, ,..,;;- n 1 :i-r ef , . ; We-, I V it U'.h.i.ah Tf.:ii1nf. i i..ntv -.-.!,m.-(- .t t 'i-i! mi,,! Mr-. 'li!; t.-.r. 1 1 i i, i tli-.t a . . . ! IJnii'. .!:' IS. ni;it, i;,. 15 t !i -...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 5 October 1877

J t H1CKMANC0UIUER. - Pr-atlStTKI 'TFKT WEEK BY 13-120." w,viirni:sr. Iloinze Hail. litis Clinton ?lreef. 7he OIUt Snennjtr in W'ttTn JCrnlvcky. CJcorge Warren. IMilor. IVirc of SnIeriilio?j, 2. FRIDAY, : : OCT. 5. IS77 Gov. I'll Fl.rs, of Mi-s"uri, lias ap pointed David II. Arm-Monsr to fie vacancy in the U. S. donate caused by the death of Senator P.ozy. w. . J .J. JL--- .. i-...JIJ.,JS:jr''' " " ' MUK.,... ..ub., ... ... , ,, , , ...., r..J a-ssivr 4itnft " !tiik ii oss rtroinc or Tin: ; u?.-.t -vdr--T f,.7, t, '.V - . ... " I. cor. I'KY. -dioldlIC.il officii Oi 2 liilon improvu-nr oi ins invention j Mow I.ons lie lll Mv and ' j COIIJitV. -''illls b. vinsr i:i::rbl, for T: . V'; 1 "lli3- I n.er. j Oath in order in the State, in is !, ' "'''.'V ainiai h-aatraty inetial. : Xew Yrk Hc.-M Letter. - I From ihe Far-rd (Minn. ) Time. nt of tat- South-yvesteru pa; I .a';,.'1 1 ' ;'4 h? ja'nt t IV.ns u noiv Iioj -- i There we- vent, whr.zitli; tIirc'ti2h j We had the eurio.-itj'tbu cal.tr...

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. — 5 October 1877

. V ': -. 1 . H.JL , r , MCKMANCOURIER. rrrncisnEJ rrs t weik by GEO.' A.JlTlttX : TTeinze Building Clinton Street. The OM't Xevpperin W'ett'rn Kmlvcky. fioorge Warren, 1'jlilor. ttVice of SiiIeriplin,-2. IS77 K.l.T Tin: uoss r inir.tt or c u i icv. tin: !Iov Lou: ITe Will M:y as' Uiiiil in ( laaje?.' l'OllfJ . FRIDAY, OCT. Gov. I'iifi.ps, of Mi.--.foun, I. .is ap pointed David 11. Arm-tronjr to tie eancy In the U. S. Senate caused by the ilfatli of Senator Rosy. CassiL-S M. CLAYhotand killed a negro, nn his f irm, near Richmond. Ky.. Int week. Mr. Cay was one of the fir-f, bravest and most persistent Abolitionist in Kentucky. The summer months h.-.ve lilt 'is, and we start into the sen. of the brown fields and sere and yellow leaL Men have talked of hard times, and the Ulial lint i:n Dune Tll V'ir lj one Mlniit-Nnlu l"iti- From 1 lie Fnro (Minn.) Time. We had the curiosity .'the coher dav to a-k Mr. Ddrymple ha t he ex p-ct ed the profit on his wheat crop would he 'his jo jr. lie r...

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. — 5 October 1877

; V : - i 3 o THE: '.'.HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, OCT. 5. 1ST". I Ahvrtirrx mvft newt n thnr Jnvors It 3 o'clock Tlmrfhig viorn'iniftn in mre their appearance in Fridays pnper. frtV'tri jon HOH. Th Ofll'RiKR Offick Is now thoroughly rnrnished with new Jon Ttpf: a full infttlT of I-rrrKR, Not and Pii-i-Iif rAPvu. ClBrs. Ac . and run tin work in the neatest style and at city prices. New Orlesm.ha not had a case of yellow fever this year. They have commenced gathering , corn in Madrid Bend. The merchsnts have their fall and winter stocks in, and are now waiting for ilie winter. The CHcton Democrat says there is pi? t Moscow that has the r-gular oM every-oiher-day fever and "ager." OH Aunt Taiience Roberts, colored, - died t her home near Clinton, Tuesday, aged KG year SUe was tle oldest in habitant of Hickmau county. A man fooled in'o hnvinor a pinch Wqk watch ceiled it Faith, because it was without work", and therefore dea l. TllE oldest inh:iiit.-int says there Bever was the vast numbe...

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. — 5 October 1877

i- " -'. . fy Xj V - I - ' 1 ' 'L. 0 , JL-WKr!X THE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, : : OCT. 5, 1S77. 1 Adverticr must semi in their Jnvor hiS o"rlnck 71nrJi mnrnipgfn in tti re their vppeannue in Irithiy $nre 'paper. tYOKSi. The Cnt'FiFR Offick Is now thoronshly furnished with new -Ton Ttpf; No, a full IMtftpty Of I F.TTFR, NoTS and F.1I.lHF.W Papir. C.4RM. &f . and " ,1" wol li 1,1 neatest style and At city prices. New Orleans ha not had a case of yellow fever this year. They have commence! gathering corn in Madrid Rend rn in Madrid Lena. The nterchant hnve .heir fail tnd nter Stocks in, and are now wait, np ,.,ie winter. whiter for the winter . .. .1 Tho Chcton Uenioerat says ti.ere ic at Moscow that has the r-srnUr old , , , ., i,r-' .r.ni1nr.ikv fever aii'l "afrer. .it Old Aunt Tat.ence U ibcrts. co.ore-t, Jied at her home near Clinton, lues.. ay, ajced 102 yer bite was the oi lesi in habitant of Ilickmau county. A min fooled in'T ht,vitt;r : r-inc-h-l-ck watch called it Faith, te...

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. — 5 October 1877

- I 1 utf jr .v 0 4$ . law utwrr" HJ.I.JSXI4P4 li.il W1 lV'lt-JL?!4.M'J THE mfilvT.TAN COURIER. ! Knui. is teiii..,: ; Irishman to whom a 1 ; .T:n, ii, . on l do: you iirwt nke warn. FRIDAY, : : : : : OCT. lfcu. i lnjt ,he f.e f yowP friend, o si, ,,,,.,,! PREMIUMS AWARDED. t,,ry :,h",t mPu i & vj i '" an hit nn i nf rr t t nutm'1 1 I tiessv. Onlv three nights ago he c,;. Ailrerritrrx mnf xeml in their f-icors j home much soberer than you are, but ',,. taS o'clock lli'irhi) Vliri'lrj fa in j atten.ptin;: to blow out a c in lie ti i lirv.it Ii trirv their appearance in Inaaja paper. tons nre an i no r 'uih-i ...... i, . ,, ,( , . ,. . , ,.,.,...,., i,,,, i;,, . that his friends in t hree da ys It ive ,,., ..!, pr-in; I. W. 'i ulio, c ft . heitn .-.hie to crape enoilli of him to- Hail' iiusiiil swc.'l pot : I u, s, Bacon c- eelher to hoi I a " tike over. -'An' .p, Vt. Mm ' I" em: .-tim Lin ht. n-rt. r.i.l SI-ICONl) DAY' Ii VR tIKN I'llulll'l I S. Un ier 1 year .,' i. M. P. A!vS 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. — 12 October 1877

4. fesa -j.., 5 -CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. Sonlhrrn Item. f& Religious revivals are in progress all tver !North Carolina. ; ' Merriwether county, Ga., lias fifty-two registered brandy stills in operation. ."Augusta, If a., received "1.158 bales of cotton the past week. , . :? Eighty thousand cattle are to be ship- Ied in one lot from Taylor, Texas, - . .i'Xhe Galveston jail contains' nine' men 'charged with murder. v The- farmers of Georgia wilt realize 'nearly two millions of dollars from their peach crop this year, sold in a dried state. f Savannah has contributed in two days . - orer $1,200 in cash to feverstrioken Fer iiandina. Tha complete tax returns show an in crrase in the valuation of property in Georgia of 121,151. laTlas, Texas, now ha in operation a huge steam sausage manufactory. That's the best dog-Is w yet. Andrew Nickels dropped a pistol on the railroad tVack at Abingdon, Va., and was shot through the heart. en. i- orrest and his son-in-law have eight hundred acres 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. — 12 October 1877

.team fc--. FARM AND HOME. Hop Want ..Snlphnr. M. i. . . "Whether liogs requiiwulphur as an ' e3cptial to their health, or whether it is t sought by them as a condiment, may not 1 be known' for certainty But one thing is sure, they devour it with greed when .erer it is to be found. ."It is for thi nrpoe, probably, that they' eat large quantities of soft coal, which contains a , large amount of sulphur." Perhaps this is the most economical method of supply ing bogs with ftulphur during the winter, when they .require a good deal of carbon. J But in the-summer it is better to feed it , to, them in,; substances -which contain less carbon on nccouot of their producing Ies heat'. Mustard is one of the best things for this purpose, and some of it should bo sown in every pasture into which hogs are turned. It hogs are kept in, or in small yards, it is well to supply them with the wild mustard that grows in the fields or highways, or to cultivate some of the better . varieties for them. They...

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. — 12 October 1877

.:..,. r:ii to flic f..e1. that Jiirinn m "" ' U;ti s.Mes of railroad nave nn . rj in our oun!r.T. i"a Thai fax? i ue no Snub, but doe i' show tbaingledollar - . i .1 ....... 1 1 n ni ' 1 . i . u .. r l" country, or do, it only ,.nv million- of dollars have '"pi. Las been added to me ' in at. many . . ... i rhmged hands' Does --- aoii l atrucmre f substantial pro.per.iy. or merely IM-1 cloud. the putrid H- bali..i of a rotten, reeiiiu? finaneial corruption. -ircUrgeJ with .he seeds of pestilenci at.i death? ca. 1 know we have built more than forty six tkmiMD.I miles of railroaU, om i i.i,ir-iT that it has est the people of this country over three hundred thousand qu-.re milt-sot" the public domain laud euo-gd. fur mi empire eitrbt times a Urge s the State of Kentucky. I know loo that to assist iu lb construction of some thousands of those miles the sroveruuieul of the Unied Slates loaned its credit to rrin corporations to the extent of jt.-l.CT.. Sill, but where it got the consti tu...

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. — 12 October 1877

I, - IIICKMAN COURIER. rniUIIII tTKIT WKa BT GEO. WATIUKN. OFFICE : Tlfinte BuiUinv-CIinton Street. TAe Ol-leit S'twupaftrrin Wtrttrn Krnlnclcy. George Warren, Kill tor. r.c-e of Subscription. $2. father. N'nr h. It reiilt..l from anv ntar1 ' OlCt l)ttfIlC ipiIlllU l"l when it averaged nosed, fcir thr is if. roth matters! conflict them. It t linpoaaibt., ind..d, j ttjr rj ', I IQtntr tail mere .iioumi u. t th. ,0B it- ita blc theie ia no ahaolnte correlation not i.i.l..- l-ctae-'" lsr and capit.-.l, but auionir all the .: i. d'." rm DAY, nor. 12. ist7 Hon. J. P: SPEECH OF Til K menthol laoor iwii when i.. nbtliible ju.tice and rn mu.ii. . !. , irf!'"" n their nature, ami as ex r in "their .,irwli ,"" I bow wb ich bini tllf plnlirtli in tbrir r Impel Hi. se-thinz flood, of your m,fw "."J ,tr onward lo the eea. You may r,t ,ureJ , npifal uninfluenced by parti! lt-if!11,jn at "xhrt liiturbini?. . wid aa I'Htur.liT ,) erf"" J, nd certainly distribute itselt among ail TarK"' V useful ent...

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 October 1877

CUItREXT PARAGRAPHS. GILYVJ2 AND GAY. Southern Xrwn. g-ntd re lo go to UberiH v c Apples are nshel. S4t1!--'K' of York, sends $oW -f-'ernandira sufferers. At the Sparta (Ga.) calico hop, a bar of turpentine soap was awarded to Mr. A. Carmichael as the shabbiest man. Tite fdteriffof r.ullock eountv, Ci., levied on thirty-seven rattlesnakes the other day. The state agricultural and mechanical college of Texas opened the 1st with 2.'. students. From August I'Oth to (September 22 J, riere vi re forty-four deaths from veilnw evr in Fernan.Iiua. Six were colored children. At .St. John, Fla., a ooo pound shark was caught by tyinz a hook to a rone and the rope to a tight barrel. Notwithst..niix; the severe frost of last winter, it ; said the orange crop of r lonua win ae larrer than ever before. Threejudges of f be ujrior court have oieu in t.eorgia this year Clark, Pee ples and Hill. Pet rattlesnakes in Jacksonville have leen known to appear in as many as mree new suns with-n the same year...

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 October 1877

. t TVfcita muBUrd many vice larautumn for ant." It relUed by jWon the stubble if tbe mtUVlKZ, ftUU iaa v" v" .noes tbe soil is turned over with a plow, five pounda of seed to the acre. ielte re-r3e a11 that is harmful in th! nlant can be .consumed creen u frost arrives. About California Win It has been known some J" 0j there has been a lrge conaiunptj California wines in this country. 8,000,KW to lU.WW.OOO gallon our home consumption amount i. it is very certain that no 'of California consume Su" cornea of this great quantity? -c writer recently bad occasion to JVerse with a repre ntative of a vell kiwn California wineconvnyand n answer to inquries, li wai'nfofned that there were large ordfbr California hock to be put into Mtles labeled "German hock." The California hock is a pure wine with a bouquet, but with much more spirit than the imported hock. A very large propjrtion of the so-called Rhine wines and bqck wines in our market are really Cati-ornia wines iu bottles bearing labe...

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 October 1877

te t - i' i 1 THE HICKMAN COURIER, till DAY, : : : : : OCT.k19. 1S77 ' y. ft cor Aih'crffsers must r',,ri!iij t in turf JOI5 WOKK. The Ooi rifr Ornru Is now thoron clilv furnished with new Job Tttt; nNo, a full supply of Lktt;ir, Note and Kill-Heap Papkr, Carps, Jtc . and can do wort in the neatest, style and at city prices. . -l 1 The county levy for 1S7S. of Hick man county i-i $-i poll, an I 3 cents aJ Talorum. Quint Salmon i-rew (en pumpkin? on one vine, which weigh 42i) lbs. Our business men are weiring brighter smiles on comparing trad- thO1 ... , eeason wiin last. The Southwestern Kentucky )Icti cal rr.nyention meets in Ilickmau Novem ber 7. JnJiP Lind-ay'-i platform ns a can didate for U S. Senator U printed in the Coi'kieb this issue. iTl. . I i -j i The Chrcmele t. the name of a .. j.j. rer jukl si a r tea in L n ion City, .Mr. F. W. Moore, editor, and Mr. A. T. : 'niness manager. The editorials are well written, and ihemech an ical ry tasty. .Success to it. make up It- i ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 19 October 1877

4 r IIICKMANCOUIIIHK. rtrnnsHKi ykrt week bt 0750. AV.A. It Tt TC oST . OFFICE : Heinze nuihiing Clinton Street. 7 PId4.1t Aririjfr in iVesfern Kentucky. foor: Warren, Editor. IVire of Subscriplioii. 2. FRIDAY, : : : OCT. 1!. IS77 Risriop- majority in Ohio will reach 33.000. It lins l-eon a perfect ground-swell of Democrats. Election in Pennsylvania N'ovem ler Ct. 1, 00k ont for another Demo emtio victor. Yeomin: ?uit lfTTeen instituted - ...v. . 11 j iwi .1 lu .1 l.its iirniuilf of the sale, of certain liojrs found run. ning at I.irpc io the street. Levying the Mississippi from Cairo j s"Clf;s to New Orleans, on ho-h ell villi T,,e rc,P,e throughout th redeem twenfy-four million acres of land a' jct to overflow, and the levee will cost forty ei-ht million. Packard thinks the SouMicrn policy lost Ohio to the nepublicans. We agree with him. The pirfy e.in'f exist without the u-e of the bayonet, i and an abundant grist frpyi.t?r? So..v- j Tl, . T;,t,i, c t. j ,!-,, me wliaf 1 111; u -...

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 October 1877

"CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. Southern Xewa. A man near GSfin has written to u man. in Mason (o know if he can sell them a car-load of oposums. ..The beating raina nave greatly injured cotton in southwest Georgia. Seed are sprouting from that which has fallen on the ground. In the Bloodworth . district of Irwin county, Ga., twenty-four deaths have oc curred within a radius of four miles, ineptly from typhoid fever. A Richmond criminal who. heard , Wm. M. Evarts speak at Lynchburg says he didn't utter a sentence that was shorter than ten years. Colonel John A. Brown, city engineer of Mobile, died in Wilmington, N. C, Monday. He wa3 a graduate of "West Point, ana a eallant officer of the ooth me v . . ana u. . armies. ne Florida game law is taid to have "worked admirably. Deer, partridges, wild turkeys, etc., were never more nu merous, and northern breech-loaders can find plenty of work during the approach iag winter. The trial of the noted Texas desperado, John Wesley Hardin, for the killing ...

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 October 1877

Rock of Ages. ''Rock of Aea, cleft -r me. Let uje aide mr f thee !" -.San the auly, sot'. Rod low, ; And her TOi' eDt'e 8.1W Koae upon areaing air ' With tha swe-t and solemn prayer : , , " -iock of Ata, cJeit tor me, Lt me hide my sell In thew '." Yet she sap aa oft she had W hen her heart was gay and glad, SatK tiecduao ahe ft It alone, t'anu bei-anse her soul hud grown Wtarywith the tedious day; Hjmg to while the hours away. "Hock of Ages cleft lor me, Let me hide mj-ell in theei" TOher the fitful iraslliiht rails Mo hir father' massive walls, "a the chill and ailent atretrt Wticte th) UgUti dJ auadoa meet; Tliere tbs lady's voice wnt heard, Aa th breath of rii;ht was stirred ' Witi ker tones so sweet and clear, WIr e up io Jod that praver : 'Hot k of Ages, cleft for me. Let ine hide myself in thee:', vVsn.lerinp, homeless thro' the night, Praying for the morning light. Tale anl hacuard, wan and weak. With sunken eye and hollow cheek," Went a woman, one whoee life Had been wrecke...

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 October 1877

V THE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, OCT. 2G, 1877. AdvrtiMrrm mr iVhd in tlieir favors by 8 0'rlork llinrsday morning to in surr their rpirarance in Friday jon WOKK. Jh Corcirit One Is now thoroughly furnished with new Job Ttpb; also, a full upply of LrrTER, Notk and Rill-Hkad rtrca, aM, &c, and can do work in the neateat afyle an. I at city prices. The Fulton Times wauts the vagrant law enforced in (his county. A number of our citizens will at end the inauguration of the Hickman County Fair, near Clinton, to-day. The paupers cost Hickman county Sl.yoo lat year, and Fulton county culr $300. One of the best farms in Fulton county offered for sale. See advert isc tnent of J. ft. Simmons. See the advertisement of EJ Man irels bakery and confectionery. He keeps the freshest and best, and sells as cheap anybody. Mangel is an old resident baa served this public many years io this line, the farmers and everybody know bin and bis house, and now with thanks for past patronage; be continues to...

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 October 1877

HICICMAN CGURJER. GEO. WA-R-REIST. OFFICE : 'Ileima Building Clinton Street. T OMett Newtpayer in Wtttern Kentucky. George Warren, I?litor. Price of Subscription, 2. FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1377 United States Court will brgio Paducah November 6. iu Old Tom McCreery ha sounded the popular key uote when he moved io the U. S. Senate last week, to re peal the Bankrupt act. There seems to Le au impression iu Washington that the extra sessiou will not be a short one, but coutinue till December, when the regular session will follow closely upon its heels. President Hates and Cabinet, will, about Christmas, take a trip down the Atlantic seaboard, and up the Mid Msifpi river from New Orleans. Hickman will then have an opportuni ty to pay her respects to the Presideut. The following distinguished persons are known to be aspirants for the posi tion now occupied by Hon. William Liod?ay: Judge Cawclf Bennett, of Livingston; Hon. Thomas II. Ilioes, of Warren; Hon. J. M. IJigsrer, of McCracken; Judges Gr...

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