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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 December 1878

conn issioscd. BT SUSAJf COOLIDO. Oo their ermndr, center Into the sacrifice with them; bo s link ycureell in the dirine chain and 11 the Joy and lite ol It." What can I do for thee, beloved, Whose feet ao little while ago Trod the aame wayaide d art with mine, And cow up paths I do not know Speed, without aound or igh? What can I dor The perfect life . All fresh and fair and beautiful Has opened its wide anna to thee; The cup ia over-brimmed and full; Nothing remain for me. I used to do bo many things; La re thee and chide thes and carew; Brush little straws from ofl the way. Tempering with my poor tenderness The heat of that short day. Sot much, but Tery sweet to give; And it is grief of griefs to bear. That all these ministries are o'er. And thou so happy, lore, elsewhere, Dost need me never more. And I can do for thee but this; (Working on blindly, knowing not If I may give thee plrature so,) Out of my own dull, shadowed lot I aan arise, and go. To sadder lives and darker homes,...

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 December 1878

SOUTHERN FARM AND HOME. AS OLD STOKY. They itood ttone t the light of the Wst. He uil tht he lowed her well; He lmd her well, but sbe lored the best There were none but the birds to tell, "Swett day," eang they "Sweet, tweet day!" The blaebelle were nodding In the green g!en The witen were laughing a aont;, The birds were telling the deeds of men When the world knew new. r a wrong: "Sweet day," sang the y "Sweet, tweet dyl" He whl'perl low fn her willing ear,' 'Thou art dearer than lifj to m?;" There were none but the laughing waters to hf ar Aai cone but the birds to see; "sweet day," sang they "?weet, sweet day!" Th Mnotel's laid thtir fair heads to rest The birds flew oxer the ware; The heart of the woman who lore J the best Lay mute in a silent grare For the lore of the uian who Ioy. d her well Lired but the Ufa of a lair biuebe l. Establishing: Xeatlows. In establish icg meadow landi, three points are care fully considered by the intelligent cult: vator: First, the preparation ...

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 December 1878

- ' - THE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY. DEO 13. 187S jy.SIiort communications cn jmMie questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expression" of cnrres jondent except where we refuse to give name of author. Local Items. Iloue reDt loo lih io Hickman. Ten oew house aod a machine shop going op in Union City. Messrs. Robbing & Moore have sold their saw mill, and talk of putting up a planing mill in Hickman. The months of Jaouary. February and March, 1879, to he up made of rains and snows, so says the Almanac. A religious debate is io pro?ress. this week, at VF ilson Yille, between Elders J. II. Milburn and Jos. II. Roulbae. The County Court, Monlsy. ap pointed Dr. A. A. Faris, l)r. Luton and II. S. Campbell, a County Botrd of Health. The qualified voter of Hickman are to meet at City Hall. 'the 1st MonJy in January, to order an election for Mayor and Councilmen. Remember this. We are authorized to annouDce a Murphy meeting, at Murphy Hall, to light. All are invited. If you'...

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 December 1878

0 - -... - si 0t' , HiOKMANCOUiUliU. tDllllBII -rKS.T BT GEO. wTim- OFFICE : TTeinsa Building Clinton Street. ft (THnt Newspaper in Wetter Krntncky. George Warrcu, Editor. Price of Subscription, $3. FKtOAY, : : : : : PEC- 13. IS78. InZcordtn7eKith the time honored and wMvtional faith of the Democrat party, me kali that the only honeU and Uwul money of the people of the United ftotrt i fold and tiller coin, or ptptr currency convertible wto tuck coin f the trill of the hol,ler.from all our uld Dcrtocralvc riatform. FOB GOVERNOR, Dr. Luke P. Blackburn, OF JEFFERSON. rOB LIEl'T. (JOVEBXOB, Hon. Henry A. Tyler, OF FULTON. Marshall Couoty is for-B'ack-burn od T!er," enya a Paducah Jrir correpon dent. Tne Majfiold papers are a unit for Hon. B. A. NenT, present incumbent, for Commonwealth's Attorney. Moscow is a lucky locality lor fur i i-hiug the Representative from Flick man ami Fuitno. Who will they pre ent til tirue? If Mo-cow will help they'll have a lively puM. Thos. L Jone-, a Kentu...

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 December 1878

Complaint ia made that deer are Tuthle8l j slaughtered in the Adirondack . . r 1 wudernese, during tne iau. monuis, vj the use of dogs, in defiance of the game laws, which prohibit the pursuit of deer with dogs at any time. It ia aaid that at least four hundred deer have been daily killed during the fall months thia year. At this rate, soon the deer will h Wrmll-ir -rtprminated. Uobse raising has become a large bus iness on the fWeetern plains. Some of the herders on the Yellowstone have from five hundred to fifteen hundred Lead, and are making fortunes by eelliDg the three-year-olds at $50 to $100 each. Ho grain is fed and no stabline is pro vided, abundant grass and rough sheds sufficing. The business is exceeding laborious and risky, an entire herd being sometimes lost in a night by scattering e-r Indian raids. In Pari lir 8f rie as well as dress in cl:iie.i toward division. Just hs snort -Jres-ts rni ro'ii in the morning and frQinH rirrtipx in ih tf-vpninor narrow and fiat i!ain...

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 December 1878

SOUTHERN' FA MI AN'tf HOME. Cornsfa.k gur--I!ow to Make It. Trie tt-pubiicau Newspaper Company of Washington Uue a volume containing an account of the recent remarkable div covery by which sugar can be made from Indian corn and wishum at a slight ex pecs?. The work is a volume of one hundred pages, containing a careful his tory of corn and sorghum as sugar plants, with a description ol machinery and nrocess of manufacturing. Ihe dis covery enables the farmer to undertake the manufacture of fugar from his own cornstalks without the vat expenditure nece aary in the production of euFr fr m suzarcane. The inventor, L. J. Stuart, a" chemist of Pennsylvania, will of course derive bis profit from the use of tie chemical combinations nec-ary to the cryeta'ization process. y11 t.c htmiral nre and the methods by which their operate are of course the secret, but'the process is made so simple that anv farmer can apply it. Mr. Stew art, the inventor of the p-oeep. say3 the subject ii elf has a c...

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 December 1878

THE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, DEC 20,-1878. 8Q&Sbort communications on public questions printed bat not responsible for aentiments or expression of corres pondents except where we refuse to give same of author. JLocal Items. FARM FOIl KXT, POUR MILES BELOW HICKMAN. Fvr further information inquire at n23-tf THIS OFFICE. Dr. Rigland's Celebrated Relief, is eure core for nervous and sick headache, for sale by Been &. Cowgill. fauD 4t PLEASE RETURN a large Bath Tub, taken from the late office of Dr. Catlett, deceased, to CEO. HELM. Mr. John Erwio, an old merchant, f Troy, Tenn., died, last week. Wanted Aq UnlurnULed Room, "by two gentlemen. Address K this office. It is said that io some parts of Weakly county, Tenn., the horses are dy ing with blind staggers. The Methodist io the neighborhood Thomas Worsham's, are preparing to build a church. They think their ''rich neighbors about Hickman ought to help Ikeni. There is a woman in this county who, for thirty years, has regularly, ...

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 December 1878

fUCKMAjN COURiiSK. GEO. VJTITITZ. OFFICE : TIeinze Bnildinf- Clinton Street. TA ' Oak Seaspaper in W utern Kentucly. tftcorge lVarren, Eili.or. Price of Subscription, FRIDAY, : : : : : DEC 20. IS78 In accordance Kith the time honor td and tcn.tilutional faith of the Dcmoernlit party, vt hold that Ike only hnnel and laicful money of the people of the United Statu m ffold ?"' ttlccr coin, or paptr currency cmvertih'e into jttch coin at the mil of the holder. From all pur old Itetnocralie Platforms. roil GOVERNOR. Dr. Luka F. Blackburn, OF JEFFERSON'. P03 HE IT. CiOTER.VOR, Hon. Henry A. Tylerr OF FULTON. CIibH.ii nod IJ!ndvi!!e are reviv ins the Murphy movement by hold ing weekly meeting!. Now that Christmas i at hard and tea are valuable, the Lcus have rone to loafing. A Kentucky Rraneh of the South ern Ilistorieal Society was organized iu Le-nnj-foo Mondiv. l-en. rjirant has writtn to Lis friends io this country that Le expects to occujiv his cottage at Lon; Biam-h as early a next J...

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 December 1878

y1 J VT-T- V A.- t- r? ri XiOtj Letjbrie, editor of the Memphis ,f Sunday: Times, and famous aa Count I de Nosea of 'thr Memphis Mardi Qraa ' ttes; that, there will be; no Carnival at 3 Merphitf"durjng the coming year. -' Since Galileo first turned a telescope upon the moon, the lunar craters have t !f)een among the wonders and mysteries 4'' astronomy.; With each increase of telescopic power, more and more craters have been seen, till now a'niost the whole surface of the moon may be said to be pitted with depressions of all sizes, from mighty gulfs 300 or 400 mile3 across down to minute, saucer-shaped shallows, such as only the moat powerful telescope , can reveal. Sixce last August Paris has expended upwards o' $10,000 in experimenting - with the electric light. The avenue of , 'the opera, the theatre Francaia and Corps i- LegUlatif were Iithted up at the cost of 11 from twenty-five to thirty-five cents hourly for each burner. For the'eame money from sixty-eight to ninety-five -- g...

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. — 27 December 1878

5I l -an " ' a-HMBAJia 5 .' r Farm Baklao, Blanket yo,ur horse when waiting at the hitchic-post, while the driver is in some Warm place doing business, for "the merciful man regard eth the life of hwbetwt.''- r - Dcrinq thelaatfouryfar? Jhfarrn'ng interees haa extended it-ell over 22.286, 000 acres of land in the United States This is indicative of genuine national Macaroni Sorp. Boil one quart of tomatoes on ajHr; strait? thens; add two teaipoontuld of butter, fait and pepper; put, in the macaroni and b il half an Lour slowly. " Vegetable oup. real and slice two potatoes and two turnips; chop fine a email piece of cibbage; uaa a large spoon fill 6f batter; put it all into three pints of water; bojl slowly for two hcurs. Green Sauce. Beat together thor oughly for twenty minutes the following ingredients: Four teaspoonful of beet ohve'oil; two and a hail of French mua. tard; two teaspoonfuls of ehopied pars ley; &. trine of paTlk; yolk of hard boiled eewr. ' TIih m most delicious...

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. — 27 December 1878

t V THE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY. DEC 27. 1 878 tQuSbrt Mnnntlntlom on public aatio primed ha. not responsible far sentiments or ttprfMinm of eorrea psaJcala ticfpt where we refuse to give am nt auit.or. Dr. Luke P. Blackburn, OF J EFFER.ON. FOB LIEI T. UOVCBXOR, Hod. Henry A. Tyler, OF FULTON. Local Item. Cluirtaias week. Dull Christmas io Hickman. Citj election, Monday, Janasrv 6th No candidates for Major. Siime friends say they intend voting ' for Capt. Jin Ovrton for Mayor, any fco. It would be a d'lncil compliment to ibt clJ man. If it no candidal. " Tlie "naroe of Judg Lnndrum. II A.Tyler, John W. Cow.ill, John A. Wil son, Cba. Valuer, W. L. McCutchen, and C. L. Handle are also spoken of for May er. They are all good men. To settle the "spattering" omea for Mayor, let one or tnoi of thtoi become aaadidatva. The name of J West Powell ha ivsen favorably spoktn of for Mayor. TTe It a fit business man, and would make a axealleBt officer. He is no candidate The Mississippi it froze ...

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. — 27 December 1878

HICKMAN COURIER. GEO. WAHREN. OFFICE : Helms Boildinf Clintaa Strtat. T Qldftl Sevrpaper in Wetter Kenttteky. Hit 1 CJcorgc Warren, TMItbr. Price of Subscription, $2. FBI PAT, DEC 27. 1878 I merwriimct wiffc the tine-hnrtor-d and nttiUtional ttith of the Democratic party, mr Kali that the ontg hon'tt and Urful moms f the people of -the United Stilea i (fold end miter coin or paptr eurritiy rnnvertili'e into tuch roin at the trill of the o!der.From all nrolJ Democratic Haiform. Wr I. feat. Governor. We r tnhr54 to annnunce Hon. If. A. Tyler, of Fulton county, as a, candi date for the office of Lieutenant Governor of the Commonwealth cf Kentucky. anh jeet to the action of the Democratic Con vention. Far Hilar. ... .nlliAfii . In annnnnra Tmvtl Hewitt, of Hardin Miinir, as a candidate Tor the office or Auditor or Public Ac vOBta, auhjeet to the action of the Dern cratie (Convention, mj J, l&.'j. . . Far (lie State Rtaale. Vr are auihorited to announce Hon. Henry George. 01 Grave co...

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. — 10 January 1879

"S m"' 11. I II. LW" i.""1 I . .ir.-cs V r i f? C5 r : i 0 r1 Eveby approach to the Ameer's do miniom is over a road that would call out the enthusiasm of a tourist, and the employment of elephants and camels gift to the invading army an Oriental cast! that has at least the charm of nov elty to Europe and America, -.; :t i- . CiiAP.LEa A. Dana, tditor of the New Yrk Jjun.receivea $11,000 a year. White. law Beid, of the Tribune, gets $ 12,000. Charles Nordhoff writes when he pleases for' the Herald and receives $10,000 a ;year. The editor of the Boston Herald, "jl". ltHll is on a year's absence in "Europe,; and draws $10,000. Henry Watttraou of the LouiBville Courier ' JouinaVea'ics $7,500. Theeditorof the Chicago Times gets ?6,0C0. George W. Curtis, of Harper's "Weekly, draws $10, . 000, and Hurlb?rt, ol tho World, a like Urge sum. . It will be remembered Engineer Col lies, of . the Lke Shore railroad, who was ou the fated train which met with such disaster at Ashtabula, was charged...

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. — 10 January 1879

f v V if . EM. Eg ten minutes the scent cf a Die, or any other imbibe a taint that la on imnnrtant aIa tvinn ti'.able growth of animah. A washed will put on one-fi:tb h with the same amount of food ii ud washed animal. Dr. Jaijfa, the Georgia commissioner cf agriculture, says that there is a true rust proof oat, largely grown in the south, fMch resists mst even when own wiiii'oiuW'aritt.ies which aro cut own by the disease: Moderately fat animals are the most profitable. Every excessively fat ani mil has bs?n fed at a loss during the latter part of its feeding. When an ani mil i ready for market, tell it; if there is feed left, buy some more lean animals and feedtheni. "The nimble six pence" brings the profit. It has been found by chemicsl analy sis that morning's milk is cot nearly so rich and nutritious as evening's milk, and will not yield more than half as much butter to a riven Quantity. The fatty matter increase? as the day pro proves fr ra two and one-quarter per cent, 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. — 10 January 1879

v y &i&&frffc$H " -v "4L'i"Vr-'1' "f-"-' (V IT' L v -. I v V s ' ,-CGSBIliRS; uildintr Clinton Street. rii Seietpaprrin Wtntrrn Kentnrl-v. -T ! ;oc of SiilMrrlpUoii. $2. FnrfPAT, : : : : : J A JAN 10. lP7f aceorditpcr friVA A timr-honovit and ' ... j . - - . - . ttnPHtit,.vtHl yijn r me iiimncrnnr jmrot we knlii tSitl thrQ hnnt und httcM money f the people of ihesf'mted Sta'e i nnld nnd tilrT tm or pup-r hvrr-rt-v etmcertih'e into ,wh eom at th trtf of ihe holder. From all url'i Democratic Vtntform. rOB UOTERX..R. Dr. 'Luke P. Blackburn, OF JEFFERSON. FOIt HUT. GOVEBVOR, Hen. Hcmy A. Tyler, OF FULTON. For Lleat. Governor. We nre njiborii.o announce Hon. JIT. A. Tyler, of Fulton ronnty, us n rumli dur frr I he office of I-imieunnt Governor of tlie romnionwenlili of Kt-ntitcky. mb- jrrt to tUe aciion of ibe UcmocinticCuu ffotion. ; - 1 77 . . .sac.. mllia 'it.'-t.yy.yymtL.o, to anaonnoe Fnrette riewin. of Hardin roimiy. n rnnlilnte for l lie cflire of .Auditor of I'ublic A...

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. — 10 January 1879

j Tzr ; 37- r I ' tWyJ :'f ' ''' ' '' m r - f i.' X L Ns! . an ww THE HICKMAN COURIER, Fill DAY, JAN 1879 Short communications on public questions printed but not responsible far sentiments or evpre-etons of corres pondents except where refuse to gift atne of author. I .oval Item. OI, ll.e weather ! llie weather ! ! Now is the lime to subscribe Tor the Coca tea-. The aled feter is so c piJemic imon).- mr boys. Business dull. No river na-fijraiion B railroad travel; few people earning lo tawn and all on account of ibe cold. lr yaur liver troubles you buy Siin taso'a Liver Malicine, in a-reen wrapper, l Kt-cK Sl Cowoill. TVTEW CROr OF SCfMR. MOLASSES. 1 and Bice, at very low prices. at JanlO .1 AMBERG S SONS. . OuKitr: -Why will men shi ink lonmoi tobacco, when they can buy . Marburg Bros. ". of North Carolina. at tit aama prica?" jfeblly Lawyers and liticnni- are prepnrn for lb Fulton Circuit Court, which con- . . 1 A-l at 1 - 1 C.r.il aw--- Parker. Ix-nlist, J -,1 Jocatenf Vlckman, ...

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. — 17 January 1879

- --?Mr?rlaa"""""""""""""1eaaBTeaaaaaaa . ,M-: wuw ; J ; I GRAVE AND GAY. 1 0 ft n ) 'thU mora I will ran my web," ahe Mia, v s Aa aha Mood by hr loom in tbe foy liana. And bar young errs. hotfciuUy iad and elaar. followtd alar the awallo- a flight. And m aooa u tba day' firit taake are done, r. While Tot 1 am freh and at, ana " aald ehe. J will b-eten to mt the beautiful wb, Wboee pattern la kuowu to aoM bat me. "I will w-ae It fin, I will war It fair. ' Andes I hiw the mine w II kw I" aba aald, 'Bo tadeleea and rtiorg will 1 wetre my wb. That parbapa it will lire aliar 1 am dtad " Sot the morning boura aped on apaea; . The air grow iit with thx breath ol June; And young love bll j tba waitli.g lo-iui, Tacgll tba hrtada aa ba bummed a tuna. X V'A t.Ufa tc'ao neb and lull." aba cried. "A '-a mora W abort, troub th- daya ara long ! TaB I wlJ weave twauttful wt, ' . i will weave It ear f illy floe and trong." But th mo rota tiko in tue elnadire aky; Tba harden aa4 ttaat of tba da; ah ...

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. — 17 January 1879

-'-, -T . . - T 'v. ; S 1 . . j mail l i iiffTMMB!BiCMMItMIIIBI MiTiaBTmfinrgTTiaMWTa. -La"'','!'i"' "'''-i. .. 11 FARM AND HOME. Finn hist. There is no time Letter than the pres - entfor draining wet ground. Swamps are now dry; work ia not pressing; every loot of land a farmer owns should be made profitable, and if the season is permitted to pass and this work is neglected, a year must elapse before the opportunity returns. The horns of cattle in South Africa are said to be long r than even thoee of our Texans, and are often curiously bent and twisted. This it effected by scraping the horn on tne side toward which it is de sired that it should bend, and repeating the Deration until the wished for thape ha Leen attained. An English farmer, T?ry successful during ten years in fattening cattle and sheep, tupplied a ration made as follows. r l . v.. I. 1 - n . n .mi Va I in (An nalla water two aays, tnen dimmer ior an hour, afterward mix with fourteen pounds coarse, cheap sugar, and co...

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. — 17 January 1879

'- " '' ' C?y-''''r "ff'Zw "Z'tfZTS ' I'..-'"---.-' ' - h I ,i i.f !' hi" n tji-th --' r- mi ii man in ii i ii 1 1 i imn iii i r xrrxm-.Trs-iar3xrzxzsi?'aiz&i-m-x'. THE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY. JAN. 17. 1S7L BpJ.SIiort communications c.u public questions printed but not responsible far eentimeuls or en pressions of corres fonlunts except where e refuse togive itnie of mil liar. Citizen Tax-Payers! 1 Jo not wish lo be considered harsh, nr lo 1 wish to speculate on your delin quency, but 1 am constrained to tell .von ulidly wlio lure not paid tlu'ir tuxes for Ihe years lt77 aud ls7S, that unless tho rame is p.ii.l promptly I shall ley upon an. I sell your property. Remember bat the law allow fifty cent l.(r every levy. and six per cent, a Uitioti.il, nil oT which west he paid t.y I lie puny owing the taxes. Mi all I make these costs, or will you py up an J save it yo'ii selves? That in l& ii'iestiou. 1 tuetn Ouinoi. Kesptcttull v. Janl" iJ.'H. WALKER, Sl.er.ff. I.ooal Btt'UK. ...

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. — 17 January 1879

'4- '--Vwt - " i3 ' .3 HICKMAN COUUT ER. PCBLHUSl V KB.T WEEK BY OFFICE : He'mxe UuUdin Clinton Street. 7 he C'fr't Xtieswtri HVs.-rn Kenrtictv. f riec of Sn?Mcriili v '-2- : : : : JAN 17. 1?T0 V K T I A 1 . : : : : : "" ui.'A th t;me-l-ir..i arill fniti'utionat f.iith of the ,.orr.i:iC yortu. f.'nW I'f ",!;, kot'rt ami Uurtul vr nui. .... - . .. . . . . , . .. . i.f..e o the I mhd " .-"' n'l'eT Cuf. IT i-.ii-r ciirrcii'n i .......- - . - Trf thin ; tur'uhi Ihmosrxtic I uiuonn. Dr. Luke P. Blackburn, OF JKFFEJWON. run LiKi r. vr.iiNt, Hol. licary A. Tyler, tiK FL'LTON. ;rr.I.Int. iorii4T. We re auttioiiioJ to antiutut.'e Iln. II. A. Tvl.T.;0r FtiUon'toiitity. tvs a ciinOi J.te'fcr the ctT.ee v( l.ipuier.aui fivenmr .,f r.-mmoiie!lli of Krniiickv, Ji ct to lUe -tctiun of 'jh lcuiucitti ic Cuii for Auditor. M r- mitlxTii'i t to Htitionni-c Fnrette lirwill, nf llariliiiioiii.lv, as rnniidHie foi'll.e"ofii.-e'of "A u.lilt.r of I'iiMic Ac- luur.'!. sul.ject to the action rf the IVtn- vcr...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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