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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 October 1880

I rUBIJSnKD KVERT FEIDAT BY HICKSIAX KY OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING CLINTON STREET GEOBG K WAEEEN Eaitor Price of Subscription 2 HOPE IN HATE Ool Yilas Applies the Ax to the Boot of Eepublican Claims to Successa Tho Parly Charged with Anchoring Its Hope o a Continuance of Sectional Hatred Great Speech of Hon W F Vilas of Wisconsin at IHcCoriuick Hall Chicago Perry H Smith Jr escorted CoL Yilas to the front of Uio platform and introduced him asd Democrats oFCmcAOoj It is with great pleasure as President of this Chicago Demo cratic Clnb that I have the honor to snnonncc that we shall hear to night ono or tho grandest orators that is within the confines of our grand rcDuhlir ITellow dUzcns we hare a most momentous duty to perform theso next few weeks It lias been charged that respectability was all with the Republican party As I look about theso falleries and see theso fair women and these rave men I cannot bnt believe my friends that in spite of the hireling press of the Re publican party ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 October 1880

I 3- THE HICKMAN COURIER T- PCBLlSnED EVERT FStriAT 15T HICK VAN KENTUCKY OrriCE Hcinze Building Clinton Street Iht OVlett Nncrpaperin Wrstcrn Kentucky George Warren Editor Erice of Sulssriiiioii 2 FRIDAY OCT 22 1880 for trksidest 7INFIEL3 SCOTT HANCOCK of Pennsylvania TOR TICE rRESIDEST V II ENGLISH of Indiana ELCSTORAL TICKET FOR THE STATE AT LAEOS Thomas L Jones of Campbell A Richards of Jcfforson DISTRICT ELECTORS 1st James D Vhiles of Ballard 2nd A T Crsvsroft of Iaviea 3rd P F Edwards of Edmonon 4th James Montgomery of Hardin 5th E J Mcliermott of Jefferson Cth James AV Bryan of Kenton 7th W C Owens of Scott 8th M C Sacfley of Lincoln Oth Joseph Gardner of Magoffin J0lh Emery B THE DISTRICT THIS Sonio Inside 5ncis for Demo crats The Paducah Acics the past week or two is very earnestly urginp the District Committee to immediately call a convention to declare a Democratic nominee for Congress arguing that the candidacy of Turner and Tice two democrats endangers Democratic sue ce...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 October 1880

I r THEIjICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY OUT 22 1880 Local Hems E3Short communications en ptillic questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where wc refuse togive name of author The Tillman brought up over 6000 bugs of cotton seed ibis week raCALL and SEE the nice ReaJy Made Clothing at fc tf J AMBERGS SONS The late rain- put the ground in Que order for seeding and the farmers are busy t FOR THE FINEST Variety of Tobaccos Cigars Pipes Can Mcatt and Pickles call at J W ROGERS Eld J N Nortonwill preach at the Baptist church the 5th Sunday in this month morning and night Large quantities of cotton seed are being brought up on the Hillman and businces about the wharf is lively The Paducah Kews reports a diffi culty Wednesday near Fulton in which a Mr Bynum was shot but not danger ously wounded OUR enterprising friend J W Rogers li now receiving a splendid lot of fresh Groceries which he is offering for sale at the Tery lowest prices Nat gatherin...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 October 1880

OUB TOUXG FOLKS tSE GBASSnoiZEK OF TOE nOTAt EXCHANGK What are RrLsahoprieKi good lor Child come listen to mr And Ill Kll you about a grasshopper That hops in history Too hTe rral of mighty London Its wondeiful rights and mange its Castle AMiey and paud St Pauls Tower and RoyM Exchange TVell on the top nost pinnacle Of the Exchange appears A iaonter uravdiopper weatherenck That has hopp d three hundred years Jl woman once left a baby In a gammer field to die With a merry grasshopper chirping near With its noisy revelry A happy hearted schoolboy Listened as he skipped by And running to catch the grasshopper He heard the baby cry Oh twas a royal moment For the sorrowing stranger there The boy thlittle one carried home To a mothers loving rare The baby pre np to manhood A mirihond strong tnd creat Be ws a true and noble knight In the service of the statz And when the royal building was founded in his name lie lilted t he humble grasshopper To its pinnacle of fame There through the long...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 29 October 1880

1 1 JPrice of Subscription S3 SOUTHERN REPUBLICANS U Why All JTea With Any Character to Lose Among Them Will Tote and Work for Hancock Hcro the Policy of the Republican lParty Drove the Most Decent of Its Southern Members Prom Its Banks At a conference of prominent Southern Ropublicnns held in New York Inst week tho following address indicative of tho feeling among tho class of men who stood by tho Itepublican party in the South as long as they considered it directed to be issued The undersigned having earnestly supported ibe Itepublicau parly In carrying oat the prin riplosof the reconstruction measures of Cou ktcm in the Southern States foci constrained by the present situation in public affairs to tote some of the grounds upon which a change in the party character of the national adminis tration is demanded The reconstruction measures were precipitat ed poa the South in a time of great public ex ritcment Thcy irer to subvert ideas habits and conditions fixed by tho usage and CBce...

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 October 1880

JL THE HICKMftH COURIER 1UBLlSIICn EVEItV FBIItAT BY JEOSGI W A IS REX HICKMAN KENTUCKY Office Helnzc UuiWinp Clinton Street Iht OlJeit Newspaper in Western Kentucky George Warren Editor Price of Subscription 2 FRIDAY OCT 20 1SS0 FOR president WINPIELD SCOTS HANCOCK of Pennsylvania fob vice pkesipest W 11 ENGLISH or Indiana electoiiai Ticstirr FOR TUB state at larhe Thomas L Jones of Campbell A E Richards of Jefferson riSTKICT ELFCTORS 1st James D White of Itallanl 2nd A T fraycrott of Daviess 3rd P F Edwards of Edmonson 4th James Montgomery of Hardin 6th E J Mcllerniott of Jefferson Cth James W Bryan of Kenton 7th W C Owens of Scolt 8th M C Saulley or Lincoln 9th Joseph Gardner of Magoffin 10th Emery Whitaker DANGER OF ELECTING A REPUBLICAN IN THIS DISTRICT Congress 3fuy be Demo cratic by One Shall vre Lee Tlirougli 3Icre ly Perfteial Bickering I We repeat to oar Democratic friends that the danger of sending a Republican representative to Congress from this Dis trict is very great ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 29 October 1880

1 981 THE IjlCKMAN COURIER EBIDAY OUT 29 1880 Local Hems BBhort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where we refnse to give Bfcfae of author Mr Albert Haddlestoa was elected city marshal of Fulton last week over A A Freeman by a role of 66 to 20 KlOST complete line of Healing and Cooking StoveB of the season to be found at J W CORMAN COS There baa been a great deal of sick Bess in the Cayce station neighborhood chiefly of the eoBgestive type Six deaths in one week The city council Monday night elected Mr Chas Hackett city marshal to fill the unexpired term of James War nor deceased The dwelling home of Mr Pat Co eick caught fire about 1 oclock Tuesday sight but was extinguished with Blight damage to the roof THOSE Dolmans from New Terk have jest arrived Calland see them oct29 J H PLAUT BKO The- Teachers Institute of Fulton couBtyconvcacs In Hickman next Mon- W Jjfv All interested in the cause of edu c...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 29 October 1880

i Uand Vr URE Wrl NATRONA s More to Me than Cold bcdv IJfl n ray lm ber parte of lar 1 Vms a f I comrwnled lak Wwj Jf Ap n truly MT it to eVerTm wJ5S hJ hun sad can recommend Tours most respectfully Mas DAVID CLABX J BENTLEY Wl D says If has done more good than all Medical Treatment n K Ftttos Boston Ji oSjITiTrfVv arjrt MinnHmlb - your corns and I believe in ill - it Sr b Kr youudj JirTf 72 J T much nai fy iu u I fmf tbinIS ihi mut hui d raort good Tours respectfully J BENTLET UD Loudly In Its Praise Toimro Ojt March 3 1SS0 Br Bir ConiVnns the short time that Vcoansc Tn tj5hrbellwell wablood EverYi L 1 jSnbU J luwh or totd el medicine tJi if J Our euMomers sneak loudly ia its praise J It RIGHT 4 CO Cor Queen and Elizabeth Streets VECETINE T BEPAEEO BT H R STEVENS Boston Mass VegetFne is Sold byall Druggists A HDICIII WIVHOCT A IV1 I KIDNEY Bladder Urinary and Liver Diseases Dropsy Gravel ami Diabetes are cured by HUNTS REMEDY tte Great Kidney and Lira Medicine HUNTS REMEDY core rig...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 5 November 1880

I rCEUSBXS KVEKT FBIDAT BT G EORGOE WAXfcltElS KICK MAX KT OFFICE HEINZE BUILDINO CLINTON STREET GSOEGE WAEEENKdltor Xrice of Subscription 2 SDISSET BT I1LUI C TOUNO Id tie far vest as the day grows old I witch a city of dazzling gold From the mlnareta that pierce the sky I listen to hear the muezzins cry Altars are man and all aglow Their incense smoke is -white as enow Banners of crimson are floating out From arches of opal scattered about Steeples and spires in splendor vie And temples of jasper touch the sky HastthonOI city abOTe the trees An Abelard and UeloiseT My fancy is busy in peopling thee Bo high aboTe our earth and sea Thy glory illumines the bending skies And I dream thee a glimpse of paradise And wonder and wore hip from afar As angels swing the gatea ajar The Golden age of- G jM1 It was in the month of January 1848 in a small shanty in the rather squalid little hamlet of Yerba Buena on the Bay of San Francisco that two young men from the States having just printed on...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 5 November 1880

I 7 i Ml Ml WIWWUJUW THE HICKMAN COJRER pbcusukd kvfrt rninw nr OOliGS CV A R 58 E X HICKMAN KENTUCKY Office Hclnio Building Clinton 3treet the OUtitXevrraperin Wtiltrn Ktrtwky eorgc Warren Kililor irSe of Subscription 2 FRIDAY NOV 5 1380 TriE next Congress will be Rcpubli can by a good mcjority Kentucky ends a solid Democrat io delegation to Congress Wilms the bolttr beats the nooii nee in the Louisville District about 600 votes Rnd the llepublioau 2000 TcaNER beats Ticc about 100 in thi county We alwiys feel sincere regret in recording Ibe victory of one Demo crat over another Tns country prospered under Hayes administration or in epite of it Let us hope that prosperity may continue andsr Garfield Wo preferred Han ccokr butB Ions we have peace and prosperity lets turn to and make he moat of it Garfield is elected end ihoy can now rpoll cation with a bijr N if tbey wish If we could direct the action oi Southern members of Congress we would havo them naive all such ques tions and jo...

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 November 1880

I THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY NOV 5 18S0 Local Hems SrSs Short communications on public questions printed but not responsible tue natimeaiM or expressions of corres pondents -except whir we refuse to give rxaiaeaf author Election caws -all tie talk this week and llerefore no local items Madamo Rumor predict several weddings in Hickman at an early Jay Bishop Dudley will preach in rJiok taaa tli o 2nd and 3rd days of December Some Democrats raj the dont be lieve Garfield ever look that 327 no way BEST Brands ef Cigars jnst received Alio Gravely Cable Coil and Fine Cut Tobacco at et29 FOfiTONES DRUG STORE Many companies of austere hare commenced visiting Reelfoot Lake for fall sport Wild dncki are Been in great nam ber upon all the ponds and streams throughout the country The steamer John B Maude one of the Memphis and St Louis packets sunk CO miles thia side of St Louis Monday sight Ths Fulton Index it the name of a now paper just started at Fulton in this county by 3Ir H M Saunders We...

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 November 1880

I SLEEPIXG CAlt TYRANTS A Discussion or the Ways and Mean of the Colarrd Porter IXew Toik Times Every sleeping car is nominally in charge of a special conductor a gorge ous being an ornamented cap -who disappears from view when -the train starts and is not seen again until morn ing The real despot of the sleeping car is tlie colored porter who as soon as the conductor has gone into another car to make- himself comfortable assumes un limited authority The moment it is dark he puts his passengers to bed No matter how anxious a passenger may bo to sit up until ten oclock in order to pur sue an innocent conversation with a young lady the porter approaches him and remarks We want to make up the bed now sah 1 With the abjectness of spirit characteristic of American travel- era the unfortunate man never dreams of disputing tho porters authority but rises promptly and balances himself un easily against a ncighlwring berth while his bed is put in order Tho object of the porter in thus requir...

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 November 1880

HBaup gssiiS g I PUBLISHED XVEXT FftlDAT BY GEOHGE WAEEEN niCKJIAX KX OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING CLINTON STREET GEOEE WAERKN Kaitor OPrio or Subscription S2 PITH AND PODST Well drillea Tho oil region A itery steed Pony brandy The Turkish position Cross legged The Postmaster sometimes Btamps his feet Apple Jack is first cousin to James Jams Many are called but few are chosen to occupy political office This is a rrfect windfall to me as the apple said when tho gale shook it down The suspense is over l as the Sherifl said when he cut down the criminals body Mr burden is light remarked the little man carrying a big torch in the procession of TJtah we Ieam from tlie Bait lake Tribune boast of the number of their mothers A paper speaks of a meteor about as largo as a basket The tail must have been as long as a piece of string Lrvxx of Brdbeijmen remind us They cn mite their lUrch half lime And with snsr wholly Mind os Potting aind in an the time Many a book agent and canvasser has discovered ...

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 November 1880

I X THE HICKMAN COURER rrnunrn evert Friday nr JTTOKMAN KENTUCKY OmcK ITelnje Buildin Clinton Street TAe Oldest Xeatpaperin Wttltrn Kentucky Qcorjje Warren Editor Price or Subscription 2 FRIDAY NOV 19 1880 The two preat political parties will be pretty evenly divided in Congress which will insure cautious wise legis lation Tor the people Mil Toe Republicans only lack one vote of controlling the next U S Senate Gen Mahone of Virginia is said to bo ready for trade Tt is thought the Greenbackcrs will hold the balance of power in organs izinp the next Conercss the Houso of Representatives What a rare chance for Greenbsckers to pet more green backs if they so desire j SPEcnLATlONS now run an to wheth er President Garfield will be controlled by the Radical oreLibernl Republicans If by the Radical he will help to make Grant President in 1884 if by the Liberals he willbe his own successor TtiB National Democratic Committee have issued a circular justifying their relation to the Garfield Chi...

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 November 1880

Baw THE ijlCKMAN COURIER FRIDAY NOV 19 1880 Local Hems 9QShort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres poadaola except where we refose to give use of author Egg are verj scarce Bane betting hereabouts on the pop fclor majority for President The Methodist Aansal Conference It in session at Trenton Team this week The cold wintry weather of the pmt few days retards business and all kinds of improvements FOR TflE FINEST Variety of Tobaccos Cigars Pipes Can Meats and Pickles call at J W ROGER8 Tiptonville Is thriving in basinets and growing In population It begins to essumetown airs We are feeling better morally so dally politically individaally and eol lectiTely than for some time THOSE Dolmans from New York hTe just arrived Call and see them oct29 J H PLAUT BBO The colored Baptists of Hickman are the first in the list Tor a Christmas tree this year They are making consid erable preparations Mr Chas Haekett was qualified as ...

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 November 1880

f THUBLOTT TVEED 3bi Trip ob Uie Ftrmt Steamboat Willi pTew Tork Cones pendenoe Indianapolis Joornsl1 So you knew Lafayette I asked of Oh yes tho old gentleman said hk lace lighting np I knew him veil intimatelyin fact I traveled con Bidorably with him while he was here That was in in what year was it I for get In 1824 I suggested Yes he went on he was sixij flTe I should think and I was about twenty seven 1 was invited down hero and accompanied the General and his suite to Albany We went on the steam boat Chancellor Kent It was summer time and we were three days going to Albany The boat stopped at all the Tillages along the river and everywhere en ovation awaited the great deliverer There were flags and speeches and din ners sad - every expression of joy An event of a lifetime that was As wo moved quietly along from point to point Lafayette sat upon the promenade deck viewing the beautiful scenery and re epobding to the welcoming shouts of crowds along the shore Lafayette was a ver...

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 November 1880

Kr - j5iMM JaiffiXsLAe t f A BARV TARD TIllOEDT A PCUUSUXD EVERT FBIDAT BT GEORGE W AJRREIV IIICKJIAX KT OFFICE HEINZE BUILDINQ CLINTON STREET GHEORGHB Editor Jrioe of Subscription 2 Tnr axokst aobictlturist csto the suhmki boarder Milkin friend why its eisy miff So there bosj consarn jour tall O coune thr res cows that will act rough Thats right darn ye mash the polll Youd like to try one ehT all right Thats a stool thar In the shed An heres a pail now take that white Or no stranger milk that red Hey tother side - thar thats the way 60 so bossy steady now She wont hook ye Its just her play Ye cant find a gentler cow I pot her from Squire Skinners Josh Oh yes roilklu is prime f un Hold on great seoti I swon by gosh Dam It shes killed him sures a gun Oh say old fellow raise yer head Cutue now aclJip show yr aenaa No siree ye aint a bit deal She Just kicked ye oer the fence Where are you nowT Why in the yard Your hat say np that tree Well yes shes drapped you pobty hard What was the c...

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 November 1880

irt 7 THE HICKMAN COURER PfDHrfHEO v rs vas sr ii 3- l rv rclniY uv KM - -- -- MCKMAX - KEXTUCKV ments and developments in the South -since tbo war that would have made it the gr6at power of the Federal Union nnd the garden spot ef the world Whenever one of those hypocritical stereotyped demagogues can clinch his argument with the charge of Kadi cal or blowing a GarGeld horn it is a deadner in their benighted minds The country we hope has happily passed beyond the control of this Bourbonic spirit The South has seen tbe bleak sterile hills of the Eastern States grow prosperous and rich while the riob lands of the South remain idle and unremuneralive Government development has poured millions into the nilJs of the Western States aud wealth and prosperity is the result - The Sonth is abused persecuted is poor outnumbered as badly at the polls as in the Held and rich only in tbe lung power f her politicians to scream uucoueiitntional Radical c while the great car of public itn provement...

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 November 1880

r THE hjICKMN COURIER FRIDAY a SOW il 3 NOV Local Hems 20 18Si 8SIiort communications on p questions printed hut not repnsible -or sentiments or expressions or except where we refuse toriv Ti Conference include name of author Wiutryl The o i novr knew such weather in November The Thermometer at Hickman has Blood at from 28 to 30 this week The cold snap this week ha stopped all the factories aud mills hereabouts THOSE indebted to T J Fortune Co either by note er account are requested to come forward aud settle n2G 2t Miss Anna Pari formerly of llick man was married in Troy Thursday to Mr John Bright Mr Win A WillU of Mo was married to Mies Rosa Bucklew of thiB county Wednesday MOST complete line of Heating and Cooking Stoves of the season to be found t J W COUMAN COS The Rr Iter Bishop Tho U Dud ley will preach at the Episcopal Church December 2dand 3rd Misb Laura Hamilton a beautiful young Miss of Shelbyville Tenn is vis iting school mates in this city The river in full of floatior ...

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 November 1880

wuiiu vjiiu we pimuest giri 01 uis ac quaintance with her large black eyes brown face and white teeth Besides Gita was amiable and did not mock at him when he walked on the promenade on Sunday with his hat on one side and a cigarette in his mouth I have asked the consent of my pa rents to our marriage said Raphael They refuse unless you have a dower of at least a hundred francs We must wait Gita sighed and shook her head as she pursued her way down to the shore In these countries the young people must obtain the consent of their parents to marry and the bride should havo a dowry Gita had not a penny Raphaels father might as well have asked him to bring the moon as one hundred francs Grandmother was seated under an arch way with her little furnace before her roasting chestnuts Grandmother a wrinkled old woman with a red handker chief wound about her head was a chest nut merchant The sailors children and Italians coming over the border bought her wares and when she was not employed in...

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