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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 20 May 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, - PCBL18IIBD EVERT FRIDAY BT OCOIIGK WAltUES. n ICR. VAX, : KENTUCKY. Orncc Helnie Building, Clinton Street. Ike OMett Newspaper i Western Kentucky. George Warren, Kdilor. I'rloe of Subscription, $3. FRIDAY, : : : : : MAY 20, 1831. v Jiie State Democratic Committee officially announced Col. Dick Tate,H.tbe Democratic nomioee for State Treasurer, and loyal Democrats will rememUt and cast their Totes ac cordingly. A Correspondent wh0 asks to what political party Mahono should te credited or debiteJ irespect fully informed that Mahooe eo3 to belong to what tbe French calNbe 4,Left" "left ont in the cold." Immigration to tbia country will U immense thi. .r. A o J .i-vv". SooietyZ writing from Hamburg, April . 9, says: "Whole counties are being depopulat ed: people are eraxy to leave for the promised land, and are sacrificing their property at ruinous rates far one-balf or c en one-tbird or ona-fourtb of its actual value. I am told that these people are mostly of tbe...

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 May 1881

m: HICKMAN -CODBIER, rUBUIHKO ITUI FRIDAY BT . - GEORGE WARREN, 1IICKHAH, KT. OFFICE HE1NZE BUILOrNO. CUSTOM STREET GEORGE WARBKN, Editor. rrlo ot Subscription, i : 3 LOXT, A ROT. He went from the old home hearthstone, Only six yearn no, r A laughing, frolicking fellow, It would d- you good t know. Since ihrn we ham not e him, d wessy, with catnelraa pain. The Ikt thai we knew and loved so We shall never see again. One bearing the name we (rare him . lnit liouie to us to-day. But this is not the drar f. How ' We ieJ ami sent hit. Tall the man he calls f( her, .? , -..With a man's look In his fai-e, i IS he who takra hv the ln rth.tone f " -" " The lout boy's olden place.' ' We miits the laiuth that made music i ?Z v, trrr'T t the lost boy wr-nt, . This man his a "mile rut winsome, - His eyes bare a grave Intent; Wf km.w he is thinking and planning Hia way in the world men, Anil weemnot help but hire bim, M'jt we long for our Im-x aaio. Trfe',na OT Oifs aar.tf fellow """l1" " Who con...

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 May 1881

. - x " -L - - . V.- -. .,.-,. aViUW.4ai OUR YOUSG FOLKS. A FACT. " Come hither, jou madcap darllngl1 I wild to my tour-year-old. ' Prar what shall be dn lo the bad, bad girl Who will not do a h' told? Too well you ke your owo we way, While little you lore to mind ; But oiamuia knows what is l-t lor you; Aud isu't she alwaya kind ?" bo I told hrof 'Cirtbiaoca," Anil Ibe fearful burning ship. IM vou Hnik," aaid I. "siu-h child iJthat His" mm her would hareto wbipV And uir heart went out with the story ud Of this hoy so nobly brave, Who would not dare to disobey, Erea bia life to save. Then her eves graw bright as the mornlDg, And they ae-uml to Wit me through. ' Ab? all!" thought I, " yu understand Tne Icoaon I hare in Tiew." " Sow, what do you think o( this lad my loreT Tell all tint is in Tour heart," " I think," she wild". " lie was dreflul good, But bo wasn't the least bit smart." 1 euro t vompinio. HONEYSUCKLE HULL. Little Puttie was eight years oUL Sbo Iive.l in the 4'Siinuy So...

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 May 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : : : : : MAY 27, 1831. Local Items. BgShort communication! on public questions printed but not reeponaiblo for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents sxoept whers wi refuse togire nam of author. For Ciijr Hnbl. We are authorised to announce James O. Barnes as a candidate for the office of City Marshal at the ensuing August election. rOB T1IE LEGISLATCBE. We are authorised to announce C. M. VAUGHN as a candidate for re-election to represent the counties of Fulton and Hickman ia the Lower Heuse of the uext Kentucky Legislature. Now is the time to perform unitary irork. Ioe coli sod water tt Chaa. Hoi- combe's. Scarlet fever prevails at New Mad rid, Mo. Tbe Nashville Exposition eloaes te morrow. Tha laughter of aamazxled dogs goes brarelj osw New Madrid bat 712 inhabitants, Toint Pleasant, 221. FOR the cheapest Canned Goods in towa go te J. W. SOGERS'. What Hickman needs is a few more manufacturing enterprises. A. U. BROWN & CO., make a specialty...

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 May 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, rUBLISITID EVSRT FEIDAT BT OEOBGK WARKEM, HICK MAX, : : : : : KENTUCKY. OrrrcK Helasc Building, Clieloii Street. tks Oldest Newipaperin Western Kentucky. Qeorge Warren, Editor. Price of Nubscrlpilou, $2. FRIDAY. : : : : : MAY 27. 1881. GAimiLD doa't waot tb "solid 8outh" broke up just now that is to aaj, ha wants the Southern Senators to land "solid" with bin as against Conkling and tha stalwarts. It is tha interest of tbe Democrats " lor Conkling to be re elected from New York, provided a Republican can only be elected. lie will make "Rome bowl," and keep np the "split." TBiConkliog Garfield warisspread iog. Got. Evans aod Got. Murray, the leading Republicans of Kentucky, are trying to scratch each other's eyes out. May the war go bravely oo. Th New York Sua puts it this way: "At last, bjr a majority of one vote, Mr. Jay OOuld, under the name of Stanley Matthews, of Ohio, has been confirmed by the Senate ae a Judge of the Supreme Court of the United States. THX...

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. — 3 June 1881

f '." ' I . I t a THE lOKUMGODRM; i PCBUSHKO XTZBT VBLDAt BT GEORGIS' WARltEN, , itlCKHiV, K "T. OFFICE-f HEINZB'6UILD!NQ, CLINTON STBEET GKORGK WARREN, Editor, Prlo of 1 ; Stabworlptlon, ' S3 JIALaRIA." I found the loTellrst xt on earth, Where sweet ami oi.r" Moonis hid birtb; I clapped inr hands for wry gl:uinrs: M(iood-b," J said, "toillnaml sadness, " . Whmio, thro rprunp from it ihf green A hlilraus ini) iiina lu Krae ' 1 cni. " Dread ionu. what is yotis Dame?"t. la mucking tones, the answer rained . Malaria!'." I lied onto the nsarrst town: Here 1 reanlred lo aellla tlown, Mid trtrtnod rrlme, "mid dust and mortar M jrsHfvirfy wife, my wn and djigWer. r. J , , The pfonln creuC abutii Uk oil ' ' . Orhfc!n shliw liervft.Khrhk' " Whal U the matter here?" l-ssiad. And many a trembling voice rcplitl-, C r'StaWia!". out the fated town we aped r i ; , ' We elinilted the mountain; overhead,. W here the proud ! builds Yemeni, ' Wa picrhed our ti'nt to take our rest, One Merulivfr ItrtKM...

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 June 1881

.it I 9'lIK 0t5G FOLKS. BETH AMD FATE. T.e Utile sweet-faced girls, - Dred with their buay day, liTlng here oa their pillow Ltoer Uttle Btu oi Fayel QnM hy are the flaxen-haired dolls, Tucked Into their erili to sleep Tender watch do three littteaiotuers -- -Orer their children keep. , And oer there in the cornfr. And there, where the table stands, I nee their playthings, waiting The touch ut their little bauds. k , ,. . I stand beside my darlings. As they lie heie calm and still. And I wonder what shapes froui dreamland Tbelr Innocent-slumbers ttlL. ' ' f 1 Many things hare the wise men told ua (X all that Is and seems; Bat ot the wisest awing them t tell us baby's dreams, j A MAD OLD HEM. This 13 true storey about a hen. There were twenty hens iu Mr. Penny's yard, and some were white, and soruo were black, and wme were gray. This one was whito and her name was Tolly. One day Mrs. Penny said to the girl in the kitchen; ."Saney, yon muy put, those ducks' eggs under Tolly White and 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. — 3 June 1881

THE tyl.CKMAN COURIER. FKIDAY, JUNE 3, 1881. Local Hems. B33Sbert communications oa public question printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where wt refuse to give name of author. For City Harahat. We are authorised to announce James O. Barnes as a candidate for the office of City Marshal at the ensuing August elec tion. FOB T1IE LEUIHLATI'RE. Vfe ir authorized to announce C. M. VAUGHN as a candidate for re-election to represent the counties of Fulton and Hickman in the Lower House of the uext "Kentucky Legislature. Wheat is looking fioe. Ice water is in demaad. Keep tbe moztle on jour 'porp.' Old papers for sale at this office. The Oil Mill will not rebuild tt Hickman. FOR the chttceel Canned Goods in town go to J. W. ROGERS'. T. P. Fortune & Co , have had the their drug store handsomely fainted. "" "" "" ' " " - The city has completed fencing the gravel road leading to the cemetery, and it is now open for use. A. M. BROWN & CO., ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 3 June 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, a k n,u e w a n iiEJr, HICK. VAN, : : ; : KENTUCKY. Orrtcir Helnie Ruildinjr, Clinton TAIMm Netcrpaptr in Wester Kentucky. George Warren, ISdilor. lrlce of Subscription, $2. FRIDAY, JUNE 3. 1831. ' Thi Star-Route lightning i soon to Irike the rascals who were engaged In it. Pitsrt, wbo has been engaged in aucb extensive thefts for many years rst in the Treasury Department, was appointed to the position by Qeii. Grant bs will be ousted by Garfield. Pitt, the custodian of the Treasury, furnished the Treasury Department with twenty thousands yards of carpeting in one year, that is to say, according to his account, enough carpet to cover the whole of Washington city. TflB Looisvilla Commercial reports to old ulwrt Republican as remark- ing: "The- may clip the curls of old Conk. but d d if he don't pull down the gales of the tempi as did Sampson at Uaia, and tou fellowa that hang around the ..niinn look out for the center pole. It will fall bard." Jim seas of the Cou...

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 June 1881

HUMORS OF THE DAT. i OFFJOE-i-MEINZE : - V- -. . BUIUUN8. CLINTON STREET , X?rlo rbutoaortpUoi S3 rn 1.11 K ULEB (LIB CHOKl Ye, we am panto' down de lane, AV haltlD' by de war, Jlnt long 'nuff to ml oi'ir Unibt Ad' fur de chll'en pray; I"' Sunday preacher Ourdon gaid: " I march will neon be o'er, in' all de ole folk. aafely croaa I pon dai iliiuin' lUore." CHoat s -But ol.i folka am jolly folks, 1 An' while we wait to go Let (in de fiddle Iota o' work And rush de ole banjo, Dai I'ncle Dan'l. be am lame. An' IXcr White am bald. An' Piuah Kixk an' ole Aunt Chlo' '. Am watt in' to le called ; , An' Trustee Pullbais. aaya to me: " Ie iDaimiui soon muV mme For yon an' uie an' ua ole folka To tote our baggage home. Chohis Par1, Pickles Suith and Paddy Toota A nenrin' of dar end. An" beacon snooner an' bin wife Am rrut bin round de bend ; To let de cuU'en grow a bit"""" i'o' we go under ground. Chore But old folka ana jolly folks, Ah' while we wait to gj Let'a siu de riddle lota o' work Ad...

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 June 1881

SCRAPS OF SCIENCE. A new form of thermometr indicates the temperature of any place at a con siderable distance through the agency of fleet ricity. ' The cranium in giants is usually email in relation to their etature, but enormous in absolute measure, although their in telligence is generally small. ' An exam ple was Broca's giant Joacbim, credited with a very 6light amount of sense. Yet this great imbecile hal a huge cranium, and his brain weighed nearly as much as that of Cuvier. The drawings of the planet Mars, made by Prof. ITarkness in 1S77, have I -eeii transformed from the orthographic representation to Mercator's projection, and a map of the planet has been con structed. General tables have been computed which give directly the areo grnphic latitude and longitude of the center tf the disc of Mars and the posi tion angle of its axis as seen from the earth. TriK value of spongy iron upon a large scale in the filters of water works is be ing tested at Antwerp. The water is lirs...

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 June 1881

THE rJICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : JUNK 10, 1SS1. Local Hems. Kfty.Short communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where wo refuse to give name of author. - - for City Marvlinl. We re euthorize&to announce James ). Barnes aa s,andidate for the office of City Marvtia! at vhe,enuiug August elec tion. r r)U tiik i.r.iisLiri itr.. " V?e are antUritpd to announce C M. VAUGHN as a candidate for re-election to represent the counties of Fulton and Hickman in th Lower House of, tbc uext Kentucky Legislature. Look out for new candidates for the Legislature county court day. FOR the cheapest Canned Goo.ls in town po to J. W. ROGERS'. Judge J. II. Montgomery bas taken charge cf Nichols' restaurant. TIIK BERT SEWING MACHINE OIL at FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE. Spiinj; fever, wliicb is the fashion- llo term for latiness, is prevalent. A. M. BRO'.VN & CO., make a specialty of Cigars, Tobaccos and Snuff. tf The earliest cotto...

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 June 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, Pl'RLlSStFD EVERY TEIDAT BT r. n si xv a it sr i: x II I CN MAX, : KEXTUCKT. Oitice ileine fiuildinjr, Clinton Street. 7ht Vllft Xncpaytrin Wtnttrn Kentucky. tionre Viirreii, K.iltor. H'r.ce of Hubsfs'lplioji, V V, I D A Y.: : : : : j"lJN KloTlSSl. ' No e'ection for United States Senator io New York yet. Tue Culutnlui Times decUres itself op posed to the re-election ef Deck. Who vfuul.l ihe Tim? have for his successor? The Readjtiaters of Virgiuia have nora inated Cot. Camtrou for Governor. They tan! a fair ch3nc to beat the regular lemocratio ticket, as the bulk of the Republicans will desert their own party, ad vote for the Maboneiles. The Sunday laws of Kentucky will at tract attention from the next State Leg islature. The present lair slops all work of nfcettity or charity, but these words need defining. In one Keutucky towu they mean one thing, and iu another something Seen ia for iu,yiaviug tho' Mississippi river, aud giving hie great ValVey o equal chance...

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 June 1881

Ci m -'"v'W 1 ' v. if fffl . HICM COURIER, rCUSHlD ITUT FWDAT BT - GEOKGE AVItllEIV, OFFICE-HEINZS BUU.0IN0. CLINTON STREET GEORGE WARREN, Editor, X?rio oi Subscription, s : 62 OCR YOUXJ FOLKS. n4RUIF' TKI.ll Mr beautiful ETelioa, Ouuie listen to tue, my dear; -I want to tell you a mi ret That nobody must hfar; We're K.i(t away to the countr, Mamma and baby anil I, And grandmamma desit't like dollies, . Now please, my darling, don'v cry. Oh, don't yon remembtr last winter bile callwl you an linage, my pet! , JuM think, like lliue ovly old uioJ: J jii aura 1 shall nurtt lorgvt. , - .' Sbe'a the lowliest grand in a. tuy precious; But tine tiling are not to be tiorne; I'm sure that my heart would be broken . . It she auoaid treat you tub scorn. . I'll ptit on your Tery beat bonnet, Voor piotIT pink shova on your Met ; And you nhail ail up by the window, And look at the folks iu the street. Ob, dfMirt but 1 never ran leave you 1 A whle summer loni on the nlielj ix i-bii. tuy lialx 1,11 ...

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 June 1881

BITS OF INFORMATION. . Thb national debt of Great Britain is poarir double that of the United States. Upon an average four gallons of milk jirtnluce sixteen ounces of butter. The t butter is produced from cows fed in rich natural meadows. Thk following is the production and export of wheat for the four decennial years mentioned: VwfwWiVm, f'rpnrt 1HV). 1"70. ltrO. 10O.4X,H4 TO3,7W ,lTO,ltM,!K-4 ,1-1M .afl0.146,'.lt 94,7'J1,J15 "Amexde honorable " nieiit formerly inflicted wiis a punish in France on .. great offenders. The offender was given over to the common Jiangnian, nis biiiti, woe. torn off, a ropo .was placed around his neck and a wax light in the hand. He was conducted into the court and compelled to ask pardon for Lis mis deeds. " ' The following is a list of the Treasur ers of the United States, with the dates of their appointment and their, terms of service: j -" Hiunl Meredith. . . .1789 Tobn Slriane. 1"0 Tli'imtiN. Tiu-kiT...lmil Saiuusi I'aiey InM M. Noun (scL int.)..lt...

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 June 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : JUNE 17, 1881. Local Hems. S.Short communications on publio questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where we refuse to give name of author. For City M artiitl. We are s nthorized to announce James O. Barnes as a candidate for the office of City Marshal at the ensuing August election. FOR THE LEtilNLATCBE. We are authorised to announce Da. Jo. It. Li'ton, of Fulton, as a candidate to represent the counties of Hickman and Fulton in the Lower House of the next State Legislature. We are authorised to announce C. M. VAUGHN as a candidate for re-election to represent the counties of Fulton and Hickman in the Lower House of the uext Kentucky Legislature. Columbus Toted the 25 cent iocreas ed school tax by 4 to 1. FOR the cheapest Canned Goods in town go to J. W. ROGERS'. j Ico cold Lemooado sod oider at the! Misses Miller Ice Cream Parlor and Con fectionery. ' No. 2 wheat will opeo in Hick man market at $1...

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 June 1881

, .-,v 1 t 1 U f-. ! - : THE HICKMAN COURIER,!,. ri-BLIJHED EVERV TRIP AT BY I E It I W A It It E HICK MAX, t t : t : KEXTCCKY. Orricu Heinle Building, Clinton Street. Te OUeit Xewspaperin Western Kentucky. tieorae Warren , fit. i I o r . Price of Subscription, fSdS": : : : : JUNK"l77TssT THE SEW VORK ROW. The New York row between the Conk liug snd Garfield Republicans continues with increased fury. No Senator Las teen elected. , and it is uest to certain now that no election can be effected before the present Legislature; and that tbe con test will have to be decided before the people. If this shall result, the two Re publican factions being irreconcilable, tbe I'emociats must win. Just now tbe rival Republicans are charging each other with bribery and corruptiou, and have their cdinmittees at work to couvict each other. The Democrats believe both sides guilty as charged, aud arc setting ty laughiug at the row. INSTnUaT AT THE PMN. right of the people to j etiiiou uierubera of tho ...

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 June 1881

THE HICKMAN i rCBLISHBD ITIlf F BID AT BT GKOKGE WAKREN, niCKHAN, KT. OFFICE -HEINZE BU1L0INQ, CLINTON STREET GEORGE WAKBEN, Editor, Xrio ot Subscription, t WHERE WE DVC TO DR15iK.! BT K. MORMAX HiJMWK. Whnt w nswd to drink. In th dsyt (ton by. Where the dalsra grew b-ide the brink. When the inn was hot, nd tbe btiyi were dry. And tli nectar brltiM, that we uml to drink Where the uxmm grew on the old spring stair, And wa were too happy to pauae aud think Of the fading moment pawing there The spring w bright where we ued to drink. And how the laughter of boy and girl la merry warrleta were borne along. With UatntT Rllmmer of tunny curl, And childish prnttle and mellow anntr. I think, aumi'tliiK-a, that the anminer liulii Shone out of ld-aren throush an opru chink, And angels dulled at the Joyous sight. Beside the apring where we ued to drink. Tbe days are gone which were Joyous then. The school is closed, and the brook is dry ; The gtrla are grown, and the boys are mcD, The spring st...

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 June 1881

OUR YOUAO FOLKS. O.IE Or III NAMF.H. NTer s boy had so many nani-; They culled him Jimmy, and Jim, and James, JwuiR and Jamie; and well he knew WUo It was that wanted ului, too. The boys la the street ran after him, f-noutiiiK out loudly. "Jt:nt Hey, J-l-m-m!" Until the achoes, little and bin. Seemed to be Uuuclns a Jim Crow jig. And little Mabel out In the hall " Jim-my.' Jim-my " would sweetly call. Until he answereil, and let her know Where she might find him, she lured him so. Grandpa, who waa dignified. And held bla head wild an air of pride, IMdn'l ix-llf m In alnli n names, And made the must that he could of "J--iu-e-s!" But if paia erer wanted him, ri and curt waa the summons, " Jim!" That would make the boy lu Ins errands run Much faster than if he had said, " My von." Biddy O'FJynn could never, It seems, Call biro anytbinx elw hut "Je,m:" And when lh nurse, old Mm. Mc yse. Called him 'Jamie," it sounded nice. Put sweeter and dearer thnn all the rest, W a the one pet name h...

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 June 1881

THE IjlCKMAff COURIER" Fill DAY, : : : : ; JUNK 24, 1881. Local Hems. trt)U8hort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondentsexcept where we refuse togive . naraenf author. For City narhnl. Wc are sutborized to announce James O. Barnes as a candidate for the office of City Marshal at tbe ensuing August elec tion. : r o u t i ie i7iTi islatibe; We are authorised to announce Da. Jo. R. Lvton, of Fulton, as a candidate to represent tbe counties of Hickman and Fulton in tbe Lower House of tbo next State Legislature. We are autborixed to announce C. M. VAUOfIN as a candidate for re-election to represent the counties of Fulton and Hickman in tbe Lower House of tbe uext Kentucky Legislature. fcov. W. T. Boiling is vieitiog Hum odt, Tenn. FOR tbe cheapest Canned Goods in town go to J. W. ROGERS'. A negro mtn had two fingers clipped off at Hertweek k Baltier's factory, Wed nesday morning. Tie Meamer Si!ferthorn is on a trip t...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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