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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 April 1881

- . . s- 5--- . f . 1 nCT-i ilulvli published vear raiDAT by K O It 3 E W A H II E If , MCKMAy, : : : .- . XESTUCKY. OrriCE Ileluie Building Clinton Street. TA OUetlXtictpaytTin Wetter i Ken'ucxi. 4ioorje Warren, IMiiosr i'rlce of fasbrljit M ahu.n B weigh only ninety pounds. Tbs IT. 3 Senate still Handsale "dtui luck' 00 the Mabone trouble. Yfc.NNOR and TIce have completely li!!eJ the taioesi of the spring poet tLis tea-en. Francis Murphy is going on a tem ! ). trance ujtpsicn to I'uglaud, Ireland ! and SootlanJ. Tus weekly Courier Journal doit laM tiieulation t f 50.000 copies The Courier Journal is a fjreut newspaper. It U propofed t ftep tlie coinage of Eve cebt tickle j.iect9. They are ttC'.iiir. too nutrerous to euuuiei ate. Til C jury ret urireJ a vtrJi.t if guilty erainst the tiiree men aod one wotnao ou trail f-r the murder bf tha Czar of Kuiri-i. -1 " . f.vw.v "... The Biili.-h l atnaiuect has adjouriied ! until" after ' Passion week, aud the v t.,.i;i ., Q xaster tio iJav...

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. — 22 April 1881

IE EQGKMAil-COURIER, rraumiKS bvbbt fbidat bt GEORGE WIZXtEIV, '" i , . niCKHAH, ET. OJTICE-HEIMI 8UIL0INQ. CUNTON STREET GEORGE WJL lilt EN. Editor. rrio rSubortption, t . : .S3 If hmi dont Md thy "girl Urrwrtl, . - But for one hotit though that farfwfll may bo, IVtwa tkna h palm, eld mD, bo catn't tJBou.tolt How far (rum thee FalA or raprir may l-ad hrr frt, Kra Ihr nrxt tntcmrw. Gtrlt hT been known To llithtly turn I he coraer of iliwt. And daya hare grown ." - - ' i To mnnlha, and months to laerfno; Team, Befurw thej-looawtlnUi InTing eyijrain-v -mm That it in rutin and w have ut tier fa-ara, , But can't eaplatn.- - . w ' Therefore, lest wiindrr wblmi should corns be t Or aoRMt HfW.muhnr-rliKn ith prmwiire true The waist o her who g'X-lh forth, aotl leaA Yea, find thou alwy. time to rhln '-' Hnm miirlr tn between the f unle anl tulrk, t collar thou the Preornt, aud tet in Get in thy work. OUT JX THE. CQUOTIIY. BT UELKH roRUf ORAVBi. "To let?" said the ngent. "Ready furnished? Fo...

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 April 1881

HOXOSTLLABLE POEM. mink not ht etrnirth In the big. round word, Or that tha brief and plain must n-di b wek. To whom cao thia be true, who once ha heard The cry fur help, the tongue thai all men apeak, When want, or wie, or tear la a the throat. So that each word gasped out la like a ahnrk rmml Iroio the aore heart, or atranpc, wild note f-ung by amne fay or fiend? There) la strength Which dlea U Mretched too lar or apun too fine, Which baa mere height than breadth, more depth and length. Let but this lon-e of thought and apeeeh be mine. And he that will may take the Meek, fat Phrase, Which Kiowa and bur Da not, though it gleam and bine; ". Light, but not heat a flaah without a blue. Nor la It mere strength that the short word boasts It nrrTea of mora than fight or norm 10 tell The rir of wave that dash on mck-bound coasts. Tbe'rrvh of tall trrea when the wild winds swell, The rner of guns, the groans of men that die n tlood-talned fields. It haa a role as well Fur them that far-oil...

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 April 1881

.-,' 4" - a THE rJICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : : : : AVIUL 22. 1S31 Local Items. glShort communications on publie questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondent except where wa refase to give name of author. FOB THE LESIILATCBE. We are authorised to announce C. M. VAUGHN ai a candidate for re-election lo represent the counties of Fulton and Hick mitt) in the Lower House of the uext Kentucky Legislature. Head tbe Commissioner's Sales pub lished in this issue. CHAMHON PRUNING KNIVES, at J. W. CORMAN & CO S. A oambcr of young ladies and gen tlemen from Fulton, paid Hickman a fly ing visit last Sunday. Several transactions in real estate bare taken place in this city and vicinity duriog the past week. ClffarsX For the finest, beat and cheapest Cigars go to J. W. KOUEttS . The Erst pic oio of the season was enjoyed by some of our German oitiiens, last Monday, at Mrs. Kistner's. The Social Dancing Club of flick man, enjoyed a very pleasant Easter Ba...

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 April 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, rUBLlSBID tVtB fllDAT BT QEOnQE WA11KKX, nrCKVAy, : : : : : KENTUCKY. OffJCB Helote Building, Clinton Street. 1t OlJett Newspaper i VT$ tern Kentucky. Cieore Warren, Kditor. Price of Subscription, $2. FRIDAY. APRIL 22, 1881 Par.oiDKNr Garfield and Gen. Hancock are easb aonouocd to visit the 2rahvilla Exposition ia May. THE Senate dead-lock" atill pre yaila, with no prospect of a 'break," except an extra session of Congress. Gov. Rlackburn thioka the next race forGoternor will be between Hon. A. R. Boone. Lt. Go. Caotrell, and Hon. Thoa. L. Jones. Hurrah for Boone! Under a new law in Wisconsin any person Bskiog another to drink liquor at bis expense, or any person consent ing to'jok it at another'a expense, ball Ho liable to arrest and imprison. meet. The general report of the growing wheat ia Kentucky doss not promise more than half a crop; but it is early to make predictions. Fa?orable wcath er from this oo may bring tbe crop out beyond expectations. It may be ...

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 April 1881

-4 THE HICKMAfi COURIER, k fCBLISHED ITUI F RID AT BT GEORGE WARREN, .' niCBKAH, KY. OFFICE HE1NZE BUILDING. CUM TON - STREET GEORGE? W.A.XmESr. Editor. 3?ric ol Subscription, s : ft! SCRAPS OF SCIENCE. Mix a little saltpetre or carbonate of Foda with water, and it will preserve flowers for two weeks. Ernest Tins as, writing from tho re gion of the Nile, claims to have discov ered a little model of a sowing machine, supposed to have been made over six thousand years ago, by an Egyptian, nunied Zynger. Put-as in aeid remains for a consider nl Jo time in the bodies of animals ivis oned with it. and arrets their decay. 31. Brume killed a rabbit and a cat by administering V each a gramme of. this acid. A month afterward the bodies were found perfectly preserved, tho dose being sufficient to permeate the tissues and to become intimately incorporated with those of the .stomach. Thb subsoil of Paris contains abund ance of sulphur, inlvr in course f forma tion, as was recently proved nt mak...

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 April 1881

.U V" ' -xs ,i - i OLD LKTTEBS. BY B. M. Tl only park(teof letters. All fade-it ami yellow with M, Bui tlH lr lines I always will ebes-iah. Though famine and war may wage. For a (ri.-n'l hiw kindly spoken The wolds I hut they contain, And nur ties they are do( broken; But, peruaps wo will meet again. A nl now fur -rears, I hare kept tbeui Ti-r amnlvivi been dear to my heart; cv,m whip ( think I'll destroy thetn v?o iiiomories from me'il deit 'Tin then I am cruelly reminded, In after Tears to come, Xlui when I l.el sad, 'twill uiau my heart il.nl, To read the old letters again. When my course In life has run, r And Ii 'in Mother Kirih has riot. Tli" to.-inl win wruto tliosj lines to me, 1 hiie will think of me when I'm dead. OUR COUSIX JACK. "Ho prows liaiiilsomer every day," ex-t-J;iii:; A suit I '.' xirali. Oojoii think ho. aunt?" "1 d ju't think anything aboutit lam Mll-JlO tlnt'S." I smile, lnt Ray nothing ia answer to my limit's wry jmsitive assertion. "Its vt i v Strang," she r...

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. — 29 April 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, A PHIL 29. 1881 Local Hems. fCtSliort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where we refuse togive name of author. FUU THE JLEU1 SLAT CUE. W are autUorixed to announce C. M. VAUGHN as ft candidate for re-election to represent the counties of Fulton and Hick man in the Lower House of the uext Kentucky Legislature. Straw hats have made their appear ance on the streets. champion musisa knives, at J. W. COB MAN & COS. Vaoderbilt recently bought $3,000, O00 more of Government bonds. There will be a very large crop tf cotton planted in this county this year. PURE APPLE VINEGAR, .r ap20-t COWGILLS DRUG STORE. Dalrjraple, the Minnesota farmer, will tow 30,000 acres of wheat this spring. The Ballard county seat removal case is in the Taiucah Co mm on Pleas CourL Dr. Oober, the physician at the pen itentiary, has adorned the prison hospital with Dowers. The merchants are rejoicing...

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 April 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER,! rvn.:tF.D" tvEii rniOAr by i i; it u K tv a u : k x , ill CRM AS, : : - KENTUCKY. O, r.r. Tlelme Ruilding, Clinton Street. T7 OtktXwv,rin Western AVnwe.. j CJcorxc V'r.rrtii. ISilor. lrief of iulsorl!loii, $'2. nUDAY.V.V: AL'UIL iPTlS -.. i . . . ., ! iiie.;iE win tc iiulij teats in the next House of Represent- a!lvc. - - - . . , -.-.. i A Uorupaay or tJJ.uju.uju tiaai, has been orauuJ American eatiie. France to buy PBEl'tCTtONs are made at Washing tuu Mat tJatfieid's Cabiuet will not Lo!d together many months. The Memphis Avala-ueke has ut: shaken faith ia tho uarrow gaue rail way frota Cairo ta Texarkaai. The Yieksburs Herald in a fit of enthusiasm about cottou exclaim: ington for this purpose. J. M. 1'eeW, "Let us plant for fifteen million bales." j second of the worthy trio, a brother -- iu-law cf Stephen W. L)jify, having TnE Mexicans are tot altogether j married a sister of iLATitter' wife. fa?eioated with General Grant and hisiunJ J. U. .Miner is a fuitu...

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. — 6 May 1881

63S-' V V Tl HICKMAN CflDUR, rciuiHio nut vkioat ir GEORGE WARREN, HUMORS OF TIIE DAT TnornnB that has leen bruin for some time i3 hard to bear. To step on a man's corn is a bad sign. IICKMAN Lookout for trouble. Brooklyn Union UICKMAS, KT. A re uk. Very precocious and forward c.liildren .X. are not the salt of the earth. They are too fresh. OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING. CUNTON STREET : - - The man who picked up a "well-filled pocket-book" was disgusted to find it full of tracts on honesty. ' " '' - . .V- 'i GEORGE WABBEN, Editor, Tl Oldest 2Vo-viiiil "vstoi-. Kentucky A woman's work is never done, be cause when she has nothing else to do .- . i i". 17 -Lid CO EK. she lias lier hair -to nr. S3 OLD SCRAPS. To boil potatoes successfully: When lie skin breaks, pour off the water and let them finish cooking in their own eteam. Steei, knives may be saved from rust ing by leing rubbed with mutton billow, wrapped in paper, and put into a baize liucd chest Cellars thoroughly treated with whitewas...

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. — 6 May 1881

THE THRESHERS. Thii U the wheat The wheat well (trown, rain'i lawful spoil. The new-plucked fruit of patient toil; I'ledge me the farmer' ainewy hand HI goodly acres waiting Hand; Ilclts me the hands hli dure fan wield Tn plow, to tow, to reap the field t Bruise the bright beads and break them acre, Scattvr tbe chaff from door to door, fhow me the kernel enund and sweet The uatioo'i bread, the winnowed wheat! This it the flail The noisy flail, whose loud nproar Wear tbe oaken threshing-floor; A measured beat, a ringing round, A hardened resonance of suundt The long, low scaffolds was and wane, Irp down the sheaTeaol garnered grain, Ann empty, careles. laughter-wild, 'I he yellow atraw is loueely piled. 1 hose lerel crashing tell the Ule Swing round the flail, the might; Ball I These are the men The men who cieaa, with sturdy atreke, The fallen giant' heart of oak, Jw build for life and life's demands. And fill with bread tbe waiting lands. Clash rhyme with rhyme, the threshers' song...

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. — 6 May 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FBI DAY, :::::; MAY G. 1881. Local Hems. BpL.Sliort communications en public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where wo refuse to give sme of author. FOIl TI1E l,EISI.A1lRlw Ve are authorized to Announce C. M. VAUGHN ns a candidate for re-election to represent the counties of Fulton ami Hickman in the Lower House of the uext Ker.tncky Legislature. VeoDor predict goods crops tins j ear. The Union City District Methodist Conference convene at Martin, May 12th. CHAMPION PRUNING KNIVES, at, J. W. CORMAN & CO S. Charleston, Mo., is to have another railroad, the St. Louis and Texas Narrow Guage. Ilertweck, Baltzer k Co., have jut completed an addition to their, already lnrge, paint shop. R. M. METIIENV has marked down to liottom prices. Call and see for yourself. Mince Meat at 10 cents, &c. Clean your premises tborouMy, if you wish to preserve yojwn health and that of yoilf neighbor. Finley Ileonick w...

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. — 6 May 1881

ft fCBLlSHED EVERT IBIDAY BT c4 e o xi a: w a ii ii e sr HICK MAX, : : : : : KEXTUCKV. Offick Ilclnxe Building, Clinton Street. The Cldesl Ft tea paper in Western Kent'iciy. Weoi'KC tVrrcit, Klitor. Bs!cc of ttisbscriplion, Fill DA Y, : : MAY G, 1831. Tue Kentucky Stata Democratic Committee is to meet in FraoLfort on the 12th to determine a9 to calling a convention to nominate a candidate for State Treasurer. The St. Louis and Texas narrow guage railroad company agents have been busy the past week and will pooh have the northern end of the line loca- ted. Itis now probable that the line will pass through CLarlcstou and near New Madrid. It took now as though there would bo us many candidates for Clerk of the Court of Appeals as thero are counties in the State. Tha election does Dot take place until next Augut one jesr (1SS1), and yet thero are at leaBt a dozen caudTdates already ia the field Ir is said Secretary Wiodota contcm plates the retirement of tha $1 and $2 greenbacks. If so,...

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. — 13 May 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, rOBUSHID KVEBY flUUT BT GEORGE WVIiltlCV, UICKH1IC, KT. "WIIEXIAH UE1D AXO BVB1KD.' THE When I am dend and t.url-d, then Tlier will he mourning anions im-n. 1 lirar one running on mj dust : " How barl lie fought to win his cru?tl: And one, He was too sensitive In this rol.l-wintered world to live." Another, Weeping, " Ah! how few No geulle-hearied and o true." " 1 met him only once, and yet I think I shall never forget Thti strange, aad look in his young eye." One another snys, and then, with wine And solemn-shaking head " No douht The hot earth burnt that frail frame out." IL Good friends, a discount on your grief I A little present help were worth More than a sorrow-stricken earth, When I am bill a withered leaf; -An outstretched hand weie better to me Than all your graTerard yinpnthy. You nee.1" not pity, and rhyme and paint met You Deed not weep lor, and sigh for and saint me After you're s.arved driven me dead. Say 1 do you near? What I want is bread 1 CQUE...

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 May 1881

THE PLOW HlJfD' BOBO. BY JOEL CBA5DLKK HARRIS- yigjjw mighty htpry w'm he toyta' by co n Pal mn'i ilantiD'; NlRger mighty happy w en h yr d dinner bo n Dat iud'i a alantin' ; Kn he no' happy still we n de night drawa on Dat iugi alantin'; t Pat aim', alantin' dee e aho'a yo'a ho n! I n it'a rise up, Pnmu' leU-h anudder yell: It ole dun cow de shakin' np 'er bell, l.n de Irw rnunin' up 'Iu' de jew done fell : Gced-nicht, M. Kildee! I wish you mi(hty well ! Mr. KUdeet I wlah you niiuhty well ! I wish you mighty well ! II. Ie eo'n'U be ready 'g'int dnmplin' day Pat aun'a alantin: But nigger g"tter watch. en attck, en tay Iat aun'a a alantin; Same f i de lee-martin watrhln nn de jay Iat aun'a a alantin' ; Pat aun'a a alantin' n a allppin' away I en it'a riaeup, l'rimus! en gin it t'um atmng: emw'i gwine home wid her dlng-dang-doog; Ming in anuder tetrh er deole-time aong; GooJ-Dtgut, M. Whlpperwill I don't atay long ! Mr. WblpfrwUl I don't stay long 1 Pon't stay long I T in. Ie ahaddera...

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 May 1881

I . R M 1-J THE IICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, MAT 13, 1S31 Local Hems. EffkSliort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondent's except where we refuse to give name of author. run I m: i.r.;isi. v n iti:. We are authorize'! to announce C. M. VAUGHN as a candidate for re-election 1o represent the counties of Fulton and Hickman in the Lower House of the uext Kentucky Legislature. Mr. J. II. Flaut was in town last week, mingling with his old friends. The wharf boat of J. A. Overton Co., is now being recovered an 1 other wise improved. A few of our citizens attended foot washing seryices at Rock Spring Church, in this county, last Sunday. The aJvertisementofTerins the Cock ier far sale, attracted two bids this week, an several inquiries by mail. The meeting nt the Baptist Church Is still progressing. Largo congregations Attend nightly, and much interest mani fested. Mr. Robert W. Davis, of Union ela, Ark., on the 3rd inst., 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. — 13 May 1881

' -. l I THE HICKMAN COURIER,!' rillMSIIKK I.VHV FHIDAT BY a 1: o r j s: .v a ij i: i: HICKMAN, : : : KENTFCK Y. (Hnn: Ilcinzc BuihEr.;:, Clinton Street Ihe Ol Ifst Ntictjutver in Yt'intrrft Kentucky. eore V:ir2o:i, UMalor. E'rirc of f-4;??iTlplirtn, 8-. Fill DAY," : : : M AV lUI Evfuy 01,9 who t-t'As (f the next August clcc'ion shcuM refer to the f:ict that the people will Lj caile.l on j to voM for or against a constitutional; convention. Thosa who decline fo vote at all arc counted as voting against ; - , it. I.'vcnt jJy flou.J vote and vote : for it. Wo prict below the leading paiotii of the new Teoncffco roaJ law. 1 .:e J roaJ iMitstion will be a live one in the . ricst Kentucky Lci.-lit'-.r.-1, and it i- evideut that Kentucky will, sooner or; later, a.iopi una or some jimiur tem. The TcDnescee law, wo under-j stand, is a copy of the Ohio law, which 1 lias t een in operation in tlio latter ?:ste ; many years, giving entire Fatiifsction acd acewxiiplishicjt pre.at i:i:proveu;enf...

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 May 1881

THE HIGKMAH COURIER, , ruausHis irut r rid at bt GEOKGE WARRK3V, niCHSIAX, kt. , OfFICE HE1NZE BUILDtNU, CUH70" STREET GEORGE WABREN.Kditor, JPrloe ot Subscription, t x 3 Rmi:. Tbe roees, nay I Jot them not. They only briug to lue Fed thoughts that waken In my heart A bitter memory. I loved her as nun can lore But oni ami een yet, ' Tlioiiith I hare learned bow to forglYe, Tis harder to forget. .Since then the Hummer inn hai gone Full oil o'er hill ami plain; For lite no sun can erer make - This earth to bright again. Ttt een the rwe bloom and fade Ktill oft since I ben, hut they Will nerer la tlie aarae to ma Until my dying day, The white roe had a purer tint. The red a deeper alow. They Drentbrd a w. cicr perfume then AO me, how long ago I 1 lore them not, but they recall All that I would forget A falthlewi woman whom I loved, . And whom I must lore yet. When Rummer rosea die no more. When life knows no regret. When summer sunshine iidta no more, . Then, then, I may forget. , A NA...

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 May 1881

OUR TOUXO FOLKS. MUDOW QUEER. In the earlr autnmn " Com th Meadow Quaker.; Hot tba shaken, not the Shaker No, no, no. rbese quiet liltle people 6tant alraiKht as a church iteeple. Awl no on erwr saw tbem come, Or ever aaw them go. 'White their bat and broad-brimmed. Lined with pale aiik limn. t)n thera dewdroi a olten ahining Yea, yea, yea. No butterfly goes near them, No brown bee hurua to cheer them, And what Ibeae Qnak r lol ka are called I waul you all to Rues. Hnrptrt' Young FoAt. BRUTUS AND HIS SUCCESSORS. Some years ago I owned a large flock of sheep, and though I should hesitate to give in full my experience aa a sheep farmer, yet there are a few "episodes'" in that experience which may probably ninu.se and interest the boy readers of the Companion. One occurred the second week after getting my first flock home. I had lought "Brutus," a very large South Down buck, about as haudsome an animal as I ever saw. He would have weighed, alive, at least 200 pounds, and was as portly ...

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 May 1881

THE tjlCKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, ; : : : : MAY 20. 1SS1 Local Items. BflShort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where wo refuse to give name of author. FOB THE I.EUISLATCRC. We are authorized to announce C. M. VAUGHN as a candidate for re-election to represent the eounties of Fulton and Hickman in the Lower Iloase of the uext Kentucky Legislature. River falling. Local news scarce. Wheat is looking fine. A "tender pet" A spring squirrel. The hottest summer for years ia pre dicted. IF you want any kind of tinware, go to J.W.ROGERS'. tf. The yonnj men of Troy, Tenn., hate organised a rifle club. FOR ths cheapest Canned Goods in town go to J. W. ROGERS'. Spriog chickens are coming ia pret ty lively. $2.00 per dozen. The thermometer has been showing op to ninety in some localities. But few persons from the country have visited town this week. . We noticed the first early English peas on our market last Tues...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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