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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 3 December 1880

ft - A V THE fflCKHAS COUBIEB lK nt rrwjgHxp xtest feidxt by BI GEOJSGKE WARBEN J I IZI 17 V XJjLJjj Kl OFrTCE HEINZE BUILDING CLINTON STREET GBOEis wriBBEN Editor M 7 - fc 5 - jriow or suoBotiption SS J H n - jg erf dp the ivnnew ft so rmr B k - fj v fi l i H 3 Out of the window the leaned and laughed Apmnoni laieanaiooitaaatKl sweet- FooiWi and idle it dnuped Ilk a call Into the crowded noisy street Up be glanced at the glandnr face Woo bail caagfat tie langb u It flattered and fell And ey Ujeye for a moment there They BeM each ether as H by a apcll All in a moment passing there And lMecfeetiIeeaptrday All in tbatmeoteat something sew Suddeol x teemed to find ita way And througnand through the clamorous hotffk That made hU clamorous busy day A rrtaasKMIe and foohsb andawet Into eTery bargain found lu way aP And throngh and through the crowd ol the streets at eI7 1rinlo pawing by 3y tooiiJ mjawMt and seemed loaco Aioirof TCnkelheTiiorfllgskyr u JPHEOS LOVE Isabel Lad managed to get...

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. — 3 December 1880

J tiaaBLaLaBLaMLaBlaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaBLaLaL it -ht t v I THE HICKMAN COURIER PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY BY GEORGE WARKETf HICKilAN KENTUCKY Orncs Tlelnie Building Clinton Street Ihe Oldest Newspaper in Wetlern Kentucky George Warren Editor Price of Subscription 2 FRIDAY DEC 3 1880 Gen Geo B Crittenden died at Danville Ky last Saturday i Next week the paper will have the doings of Congress to talk about It B Haves 8150000 richer for not having fed the gluttons aud wind bags that pester the national capitel sa Thk Paducah Enterprise declares for Thoi Jenes for Governor in 1883 A long time in advance Mr Enterprise but nono tho less a good selection TnE Tennessee bondholders who of fered to take 60 cents on the dollar from the State prior to tho late elec tion anconnce now that they will not take that amount They will now probably demand dollar for dollar The leading daily papers report quite a number of failures among bus einess houses and manufacturing es tablishments lately They occur 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. — 3 December 1880

I THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY DEC 3 1880 Local Hems art eoamunleatlons on public mih priatea oat not responsible orseEttjBMU or expressions of corres pndfcT rpt where we refuse to give BMneosather - HwUbsb merchants claim a large iacrMe4 trade oTtr last year TflrjwiBebted to T P Fortune Co eitherBBo6 r aoeoant are requested to comeforwardand settle n2G 2t A Mr Qwibb and two of his cbil drenof Pad u cab were badly poisoned last StWrfjT bj the mold on dried beef Ouold friend W Dtestlebrinlc is a cmndi4teiier coancilman He is an old resident clever man and would make a faith ft ee as oilman OUR eaferprislBB friend J W Rotors Is bow receiving a splendid lot of fresh Groceries which he is offering for sale at the Terjr lowest prices Tho Libbj prison Richmond Va has been told for 6000 and will be nsed for lohacco warehouse This haS oeen published 399 times and yet keeps on t rattling JJr W A Stnbblefield or Calloway county under sentence for Tiolation of the revenue laws has been taken fro...

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. — 3 December 1880

U r WV33SB in asaf wsm s OUR YOUKG FOLKS BE GREEDY PlCKAXDfXT Dr irar a watnnUjun A RTOwin on a viae Dsr irar a pickaninny IVatehln it allele time An when dat watermllyun War ripening in de bud An de stripes along its jacket War comin one by one Dat pickaninny booked it An toted it away An ate dat entire trttennilyun Up in one tingle day 1 lie ate de rine an pieces lie finished seed and Tine An den de sratertnllyun Jest up an finished him i TTCDE AWAKE Why Fickle Oar the German Teacher a PmL Pickle had tvaked in high spirits That unlucky in the first place for Pickles high spirits always bubbled over lefore the day ended into some deed of mischief Then Miss Prim had a head ache and could not appear in the school room That ras unlucky too for the new German teacher iras to arrive that morning and she -would not be able to introduce him to the girls and enjoin upon them attention and obedience To bo sure Miss Meek the assistant princi pal undertook to perform all necessarv ceremonies ...

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 December 1880

K J 1 IE HICKMAN C0UM1 rxmumxD xvxxt nnur r GrEOXtGHE WARKE3V HJCKH1S ST OFTICE HEIHZE BUILDING cUNfeN STREET GEOBGB WAKBKNEditor Jrioe o Subscription 2 THE 1CCKT HORSESHOE ST JXX3 T FIELDS K firmer triTdlng with hit load Picked op a homaboe In the read And called It fast to hit barn door That lack might down upon him poor That erery Messlnj known In lite Might crown Ma boraettead and Mi wife And ntrtz any kind of barm Dtacend upon nl growing farm Bat dire Ill fortune aoon began To riilt the astounded man Hla hens declined to lar their em lib bacon tumbed from the pegs And rats de ouicd the faDen legs Hi corn that nerer failed belore Mildewed and rotted on the floor His grass ref used to end In bar His cattle died or went astray In shoit all morcd the crooked way Next spring a great dronght baked the sod And roasted erery pea In pod The beans declared they could not grow So loDg rs nature acted so Redundant Insects reared their heads Jo atarroJorZacfcof Jaicyiood The stares from bar...

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 December 1880

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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 December 1880

I THE pKMAN COURIER FRIDAY C4 DEC 10 1880 Local Hems K8hort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondentsexcept where we refuse to give name of author -No local news Happy Christmas expectations JSome marriages said lo have been postponed until the holidays The potato crop hereabout very generally has been lost by the extreme cold weather THOSE Dolmans from New York have guifarrired Call and see them oct29 J H PLAUT BRO Onr farmes have put in some pood TrorV this week fathering corn Many of them will lose considerably however The negro man who killed young Harry Crenshaw at Woodland Mills some HsValbi sgo was tried at Union City last week and sentenced to 20 years in the penitentiary WE have just reeeived a fresh supply of Fancy Candy Toy Pistols c which tre trill sell as low as Ihe lowest aov26 4t J AMDERQ SONS Some plan to obtain cheap coal in Hickman is th need of the day Tho present prices are ruinous and in time ...

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 December 1880

Jr fV - j ja THE FAMILY PHYSICIAN Soee Teboat Gargle for sore throat Tincture myrrh two drachms common water four ounces vinegar half an ounce Mix Fob Burns or Scalds Varnish the wound with the white of an egg The application of the egg is more soothing than sweet oil and cotton the common remedy for bums Toxic Atereekt Epsom salts one ounce diluted sulphuric acid one drachm infusion of quassia chips half nn imperial pint compound tincture of rhubarb two drachms Half a wine glassful for a dose twice each day Diarrhea It is said the small plant commonly known by the name of rup turewort made into tea and drunk fre quently is a sure euro for diarrhea Rupturewort grows in nearly every open lot and along the roads It is a small plant throwing out a number of shoots in a horizontal direction and lying close to the ground something bimiiar to the manner of the parsleyweed and boars a pmall dark green leaf with an oblong purple spot in the center When the stem is broken a white milky subst...

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 December 1880

rr2 n f fcr smMmmmmmmmmnKmmmBxmmvsBBm zi7ir HItt yi JgAypoTEyr YerrtiteiI12tmnV nIRon8 Tolookifl Ti4 i f f at stud It I -wont ten yon alle BeLt1j1nlhCT rottlh 1nin their wanta ftTSrt11 nrwonderTthou8tTls Mnta And rten Mrr Jane would riiaile nd h oU tra o red onia IJH pieced Hut ther w mr wnen not a word wu nldT ru S3LgSF Debbr forthoa8U Well thereweyt I uiked and waited he hemmed aaniiiUIavliue lie seeuiel n mnjt tBcommon bashlul I couldnt help but emtle that driTesa eoutrwwxy AJirj lr mlnled rd d him TSJr SJiT lnrltntd twas auch a li1 Va1 to ulet dlmi rock Oonttalktomeof martyrs Debby I know what lre gone through IffjSIfv X ulted ther wont rteh4Lioll0tbJ1aa bc03kla neTertl Kithlm hesfondol eitln a too S rro ntatmeeUnSanday I dont find 5decirfjfyla UUrS hecantn0Te i Ad Debby when oa see how foolish a man In S lor can act Ym nt hare scch a high opinion of Mm and thata -- Zidtal looi tteDr Sptlng weather mebbe lla Erttin warm you know Uood by Im goln tu Unde Jothams to etar a week xxi...

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 December 1880

i raw jju J rcBLisnxD xmx rxmar nr GEORGE tt i f IT HIKERTA JuHtlbca 5Tffoke Dear Miss Mlnerrr lUUSt llT aMn ntlf nlt yl That Im niloVt IheT t H WARKEN nicKMAX KT OFFKERBMZE BUILDING CLINTON STREET 3B W AUEBasrEaitor -a Price of Su bseriptlon a - BWrArPODCTKEUT To loaki t rtidot Kind K t wont ton yen a K xMttvy1 cmIl UT nd onr folks eei SsISS7 thtt be1 Ur h rtre t0 PP HelVaifcln cilh ahadders set In that J euiaIr - And then Us talk was lmprorin ha made the doctrine- And wteo 4eM Wnt a moral al wajs looked straight wHtAlary Jane 6henEana gtVa snch silly uucn lhat no one Batjlawtthemen cant fool me Debby lt Isnt sense they lore Ita roar efiEs ml Vi t ntiii V r U l - VU1 BlUUU DOIl njHPr4ni T mftnwitn skfll andennnimr i mi wiun n lrominitjmittliiil km j v 1 I ilia in nnrt o ni n niv - - -- to7Ciui inroaieninc IUU - couraeo in hm orin 7 i 1- D Aaa rrii4D faagdrvtf the IooU AlpaahbT - t i Bekaaheapenther roulh a lnilnt Ko So Del mHKaa i ii UT 3V - -1 r vto nai a ue u anjTronderl thought ...

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 December 1880

A I jm THE HICKMAN COURIER PUUL1SHKD EVERY FRIDAY BY OEOBGE WARKK9T IIICRMAN - - - KENTUCKY OrricE Ilclnio Building Clinton Street The Oldest Newspaper in Weilern Kentucky CJcorgo Warren Editor Price of Subscription 2 FRIDAY DEC 17 1880 Bur far Caati Ooe of the greatest burdens on real prosperity of this locality is the per ceotage levied on it by the credit busi ness The merchant of necessity as 8 safe prudent man and for his pro tection adds a per centage on his goods and wares as a contingency for bad debts or for slow and uncertain debts This means in roand num bers that the prompt good payers to a measurable extent hare to pay more for what they bay than they would if every one was prompt and certain pay ere iff other words the industry and honor of the land has to pay for the failures misfortunes or dishonor of bis neighbors This js manifestly wrong is principle but thoroughly justifiable Fn the -merchant from long established usage and custom Nor ie the merchant benefitted in...

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 December 1880

THE HICKMAN COURIER FSLDAYi JotSMl le wool DEO 17 1880 Local Hems Bert cemrotinleatlons en ntiMic qseetisas printed bat notresponsible for eetlseaUar expressions- of eqrxes pondeate except where wo re fuse to give name ef aalfcor L Cere is feegiaoiBg to come io pretty lively and tke wharf aad warehouses look like business EhJer Cook will preicHat tneCbri lisn ChBxch Sunday aadSVkday eight at tbt usual hours The coadHCtora an train fain of J carrajlfeedare aow aniforaed ItLelps tie looks et things Itsas bfeea noted that the rquirreln have starel mere ants tfcaa tttaat lets yearj wH winter abead JyST compUto line of Heating and Ceefcla Steves of the season to le found at J W CORMANfc COSi f 1 Dr L H 8peeeerf Halkeytown IIL has Hem visiting HIekataatkla week irlla -flair to locating here Sa people vp Bait ere faaalin eaoaga te te aetaally arniif tw Ike vadef tke werUasxt spring OURvjaterBrlslng friend J W Rogers It maw rearitUt splendid lot of ml Qntterieewktea ka i eSeringforeare al a...

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. — 17 December 1880

ife js2 tapaML W OTJE TOUJtG FOLKS WHT THE BREAD DIDST RISE tVe were olt in the kitchen ud none made inn Because we delighted in making a mass For mother was patient with ill out mistakes Though the seldom partook of the dear little cakes We rolled so nictly nor erer forbid Our cutting them round with the pepper box lid Our dollies were pleased with our efforts and we Were delighted 10 make them some cookies for tea And if as oft happened we usea too much spice Because we had made them we thought they were nice TVe rlajed we were nurses we played we were cooks And learned many things neTer printed in books A Dd eager for knowledge we thought it fine fan To watch how the canning and pickling was done One day in rfur hearing hid somebody Mid That no girl should mary who couldnt make bread And so we determined to make and to bake A loaf of which cone would refuse to partake Ah who of our failures will rentuie to tell Of the flour that we wasted the Ills that befell Not surely the mothe...

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. — 24 December 1880

Jp iaiti vsaac SF Tl fflOKHM COURIER TTBLISUID XVEST JTBIDAT BV GEORGE TT AJRIfcElY HICKHAX KX BUILDING CLINTON STREET GEOHGB WAERENBditor Price of Subscription S2 CSIOSB STRENGTH BT THOMAS DAKCT JOEE A man wrtce com was carried away Before bts eyes and whom rats and bay Were piled np Into the lindlordVi cart looked toward his castle with torrowlu heart You seem said he n so strong and grand Like a riant Ton OTcrlook the land And a Riant in stomach you sure mast be That of all my crop can leaxe none to me in Quoth another Of mch weak words what end 7 Hare you any hope that thederll will mend Or the wolf let a kid escape his ruaw Or a landlord yield his rights at law Let us go crer to Kackrent Hall By two and threes It may Mill As wisdom Is found in the multitude Edough of ta might do tbecause some good AtJirstther wentbr twos and three rffClrV J HkVwtaK safcrw And next ther went in numbers wore- But the case was CTen the same as before VI By fifties and hundreds they gathered then K...

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. — 24 December 1880

- i - m 4 ft THE HICKMAN COURIER PUBL1SUKD KrKET FRIDAY BT GEOKGE WAUBEJf JirCKSlAX - - KENTUCKT OmcE Ilelnxc Building Clinton Street 7 he Oldest Xexipayer in Wettern Kentucky George Warren Editor Price of Subscription 2 FRIDAY DEC 24 1880 Congress baa adjourned for the holidays Garfields official popular majori tj over Hancock is 6751 Last Saturday tie Kentucky Court of Appeals adjouroed till the first Monday id January A Movement is on foot to make Grant President of the Adams Express Company with a salary of 25000 a year This is better than being pen eioned We learn from the Courier Journal that Mrs Oscar Turner and daughter have takes rooms at tho Gait House Louisville daring the absence of Hon Oscar Turner at Washington City JurxiE Wm B Wood just appoint ed to the Supreme Bench lives in At lanta Ga trhero he has a fine resi dence Be is about fifty years of age and has a wife and two children The new Mormon temple is to cost 827000000 It will be the costliest building in the Uni...

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. — 24 December 1880

THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY DEC 24 1880 Local Hems communications on pnhlio questions printed hut not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents xeept wher we refa to give name of author Henry Solis an old habitue Hickman died Saturday night jjer appropriations to complete the geBientajha whole line of the river are to follow LTeprjie Lee who resides near discovered baalday last M whp1 iLmmmLmwm aRfr HVb m m 3 s zp iw I blocked alraia cccedeif and pass t now well pro ith setts of first class theatrical r banjos and other paraphernalia Tning to tire show business All ilse failing to bring an honest livelihood Conrier force may startle the commu nity with tbe following cast in some he roic drama never before presented Leading Tragedian Jno W Wingate Walking Gentleman Jas C Wearn Low Comedian James Gourley Manager The Editor Amcsements The Negrotto Dra roatic Company and Bennett Family have beenperforming at City Hall tbis week some nights to fair houses and other nigh...

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. — 24 December 1880

ioivJJroLKS aoxoanra otto jgjj aaiiiiBiiBiMBWr7H niiiiiiiiim W wW rvrr staaaaaaaaaptroitv N Two little urchin In Diibtgowns -white Kneeling to prar In the softened light Of the shaded limp Mike the loTinz eyes OI the mother damp With a i weet surprue As she catches the words On Johnnys tongue So musical soft Whether said or suds 8he hardly knew But their melody rang In berstrtuuring tax For msny a year After Johnny grew Through boyhood and youth Pure generous true They murmured I lay me And Dear Lord bless Then silence fell And thoughtf ulness And Elsie the baby Almost asleep Could barely creep To her pillow soft But Johnny aloft His fine eyes raised In a childlike faith As if he gazed In the human face Of the childrens friend Divinely sweet As it used to bend With the blessing hand On the early head Dear Lord said he Elsie my sister And Johnny thats me We want two big red apple We want them to morrow Please send them down here The biggest to tUtv such a lUUt dearf A fervent Amen In...

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. — 7 January 1881

r ' ' ' I f r . I t v .; f w V n 0 THE HICKMAN COURIER, rUBUSHKD BYKXT FBIDAT BT GEORGE WwVItRErV, OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING. CLINTON STREET GEORGE WARREN, Editor, Price o Subscription, : S3 TTiriSKS. Nkver laugh at an indecent jest. Noi05 but a fool is always right ITa that 6ips many arts, driuks none. Withhold not the wages of the poor. To fear the worst, oft cures the worst. Rome persons mistake noise for argu ment. Tmr that govern most make least noise. He who too much fears hatred is unfit to rule. Rpmob doth double, like the voice and echo., Mediocrity deals much in relating stories. Chabms strike th6 sight, lut merit wins the souL . Ejtvy shooteth at others and wound eth herself. Bat,"1 is tien Yrovel Ctt Uer a great liar. Better face a danger once than be al ways in fear. Slioht small injuries, and they'll be come none at alL He who foresees calamities sudors them twice over. Taorour is the poetry of those only who fan entertain it. Simpering and loisteroiis mirth are alike dis...

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. — 7 January 1881

'"51 sW-"TBaej-" - 4 'V-'-j-'.,-. -T .. " f i .... . l- TV . r CFR T0T3G FOLKS. A dear tittle fellow -roed Nosh Had made up his Blind that b a go Sailing alone In a tt cf hit own. For ha wa a champion rower. Thin dear little fellow named " oeb Hadn't gone Tory f ar beforw-oh 1 ah! Hie boat waa upset, A nd he (tot eery wet. Did thla Utile numbskull o( Noah. Ml.S. SHILLINGS SECRET. Robert waa harnessing the old horse I into the farm wagon; a sorry nag it was, i hut then it had four legs, and managed to get ovex the ground somehow, so u was better than no horse. As he was fastening the last buckle, a cherry voice railed out: "Hallo, Rob! you're just the fellow I wanted to see!" "Anything special?" asked Rob. " Yes; we're getting up a fishing-party, a nd want you to join us." "When ia it to be?" " To-morrow. "We're going to Beam Pond. All the fellows are going; we've tortured Smith's big wagon, so we can nil go together; it will bo jolly fun; you will go, won't you?" "I wish I could," s...

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. — 7 January 1881

"-.JE.-.l V : I ti "I. i ( r" i mi THEJJICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, JAN. 7. 1S31. Local Hems. l!&Short communications on public questions printed but not responsible for aliments or expressions of corres pondents except wker wc refuse togive nam of author. Fulton county, by the recent census, vtfioiml, lias a population of 7,079. Mr. Uubt Metheoy has taken charge f the Planters lintel. He will make a deter landlord. It Las been 33 years since the Mis sissippi river was closed by ice as early ia Ue season as this year. The Methodist Sunday School will have an interesting Quarterly Review at the church, U-nigbt. Everybody is in viteJ. The continued severe winter has worked hardships on many families in Hickman, because of the scarcity of wood ud coal. Mr. James W. Shepherd has gather i fine crop of ice ia his new ice house. IMenly lo amply supply tkij market, if it keeps well. V enjoyed a splendid New Year's diaoer, by invitation, at Nichol s restau rant. He knows bow to entertain. Gi...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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