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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 19 August 1881

' t - V. - -- " . "V -r' 'V-.--.--r, ?- - ft nr-irM-.-Wirr 1rfn J THE HICKMAN COURIER t rUBJ.ltII(D S.VKBY TElDAT T UBOllGil W A K 1 X , IlICKJlty, : : : KBJTUCKf. n..,II.-lme . uildi-.sr. Clinlon S'reet. fa 0'JcttyiPiPer' VTtsUrn fa.ituei; "lUcorge Warren, Krfitor. Trice oT Subscription, fc2. FRIDAY. :AUG. 19. 18B1 Irlh Cnnvenllois. Th convention of the Irish Societies of America met io Chicago, lat week, and fell ioto wrangting and quarreling be iween themselvc. The movement was to effect an ergviiied eXort to foro Eng lacJ to recoj-aiio Ireland rights, but ihis quarreling between themselves is nor likely to hart the cause. There were present soue men of abilitj. whose bunest desire was to help the old country; tut more of lb cm wauled to cre.te a funs u J sensation. Jy Gould, the wouderful money king, leading for the virtual ownereLSp of the great Mississippi river. The two principal barge lines plying between St. -Louie" ami New Orleans, knowriESfle Uitkiseippi Valley, aud the S...

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 August 1881

' t ' r . I MMM'"III"I',"'"11''"''"''" """WW- 1 . l J IE : MM COUBIEB, rnuniB btxbt r KID AT BT GEORGE WARREN, HICKHA1C, K T. OFFICE-KEINZB BUILDING, CUNTOM STREET GEORGE WAEREN, Editor. Xrlo ot Subsorlptlon. i i 8 IHK rABH KR'l lETt.ITT TX1U Ah, ther be is, tad, at the plow; He beau the boTi for work, A nd whatsoe'er the Uak might b ' None ever saw him sntrk. And he eeo laugh, too, till hia eyes Run o'er with mirthful tears. And sing full many an old-time song la epile ox serenly je M Good morning, friends) Us twelva o'clock st." 1 1 me lor a ball-noura re And farmer John took out his lunch And ate It with a met. "i harder task It la," he mid, " Than following up these steers 0r mending fences, far, for me To feel my sersntT years. You aak me why I feel so young, I'm sure, friends, I can't tell. But think it is my good wife's fault Who's kept me up so, well ; For women such as she are scare In this poor Tale of tears: mi ren m Iotb and hope and strength n'mv roriT ym " And then my ...

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 August 1881

nmi kotes. Sukkp r Labok Flocks. The agri cultural editor of The Farmer Union and Weekly Tribune learned by experi ence a few years since, that it 'would not answer to keep Bheep in large flocks. Out of a flock of a little less than 1,100 head, that he was interested in he lost in one winter 543 head, while his loss when his flock was from 300 to 500 head did not ayerage 2 per cent per year. When sheep run in large flocks, cj ery sheep mnst travel oyer more ground to obtain his food, than where small flocks are kept in pastures, and as that ground is usually traveled over daily, the less the numbers are the better it will be for the sheep, even if the pastures are ever so good. Were we to embark again in wool-growing, we would not, from our previous experi ence, keep over two huudrod head in a flock. That is to say, if we had a thousand head, we should keep them in Ave separate flocks. Hints os Milking. Cows. A man who had done his own milking employed a boy to do it ; he shrunk the...

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 August 1881

'!'" ' -V r v. a ) j. t THE IjlCKMAN COURIER FRIDAY, : : : : : AUO. 26, 1SS1 Local Hems. BT,.Phort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres ponding except where we refuse to give name of aut hor. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. We are authorize'! tosnnounce Mbsiml A. McDasiel, as a candidate for Clerk of the Fulton County Court, at lbs ensuing .August election. There will be do Dyer couotj Fair this Fall. The St. Loois Fair commences Oct CrJ, ad I closes Oct. 8:h, this year. IF you want any kind of tinware, go to J. VT. ROGERS'. tf. VenDor says he will make do more predictions about the weather until Oc tober. A protracted meeting was Jo progress at Oaskln's school house, last week, and clcsed Saturday night. vfr. Turn Buck, of Ilickmao, has succeedad in growing soma fiua figs, in , her garden, this season. Hnlf JfMfj for Sale ! A splendid half Jersey Cow for sale or trl- T. M. FRENCH. Tlio fax payers of school district No. 13, S...

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 August 1881

" . - -. . -a- . . - r A ti i THE HICKMAN COURIER,! H'BusiifiD erKsr prip.it bit CJ ST! O S U li V A 11 11 K 7.' HICXXAS, : ; ; KLXTUCKV. Office Ileinie nuildin. Clinton Street. fft O'lfit Xetcrvavtr in YrtTn h'tr.'uchr, 2corirc IVarren, E-'jIiior. Erice oYsnWrln.loii, - : ira. .'It. ISl Thkt sat," Arthur was born in Cana da, an I, therefore, ineligible to the ofTice of Prefi. lent. We expect Ibis is a cmirJ, h'it it has been repeatcUy charge 1, auJ, if proven, will set hitn asi'le. Tns '.Vashineton St'ir believes t hat the j "trips ami belts where tbev liive a f.iir utr-uirht-ont P.epul.!icans in Virginia j yie! J. The V. $ Agricultural iepart ' will support the regular Democratic ent estiiuatos t;,e dt'Uoiency at one ticket in order to ruake the Keadjuster fo '-rth Ies than (i, crip of last year, defeat the more crushing.'' We think it entire!" cafe however to es Vice PnK-iDt-sr A rt h-t r has been talk -inj "f asuin'.n; theoirice of President, becuse of OarfielJs s:ckne-s. If 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. — 16 September 1881

TI HICKMAN COURIER, PUBLISHED KTKBT FRIDAT BY GEORGE WARUEN, HICKMAN, K T. OFFICE REINZE BUILDING. CUNTON STREET GEORGE "WARRKN.Kdltor, Price of Subscription, : : &3 A Hl aittMVS I.EtTMlE. " Mr drat," onld the Ton tin huarwnrt,- "do not fret For jut a irolt temiip ; do not amid Ai il the cup were goM. Iupay can make another like the set At kM, so I're been told. ' BelieTe jue. dear, that nolhilTs in thin lif Is worth jonr fretting for. 1. a I do He of the happy few ' TVlro not wf nr thews ) wit In strife flecalu du-us I do.' The flatrld n.iter stood trenply o'er Jhs ft inirtiim, watchin il Mill lifs Mrilm and TuiH fit .Iri'e tfTbe busbanit's hobby often t a tmre, l-'ven to a luring wife). .Ti,l then a footmnn entered with s note. Ami turning ii1rklr, the aromrltini feti. A. me! tiw ahull I tv!l Ifow the Scree nnater the p-w cnlpnt might, Ami how tie pulled the bell, A l caltM the mm and mild, and honod tbetbior, Tietwii aet Innieil to r" 'oite reer!, An l how In iitt sot wet. An...

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. — 16 September 1881

PERRY DAVIS9 A SAFE AND SURE REMEDY fOR Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Cramps, Cholera, Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Sprains AND Bruises, Burns AND Scalds. Toothache AND Headache. FUR SLE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. AMERICAN AND FOREICN PATSSTTS. GEORGE E. LEMON, Ally at Law, Tli-aj-ren- r:;reii t.i nrimi clii-nr. n renr( ev,-.rTiVi,n-ty :n tltC-p. t ftn p"Tidffe invert. rVud sketch cf ri"!-! f-H "p'ri-'-n a t. ih p irnrtl I it r. N" c huge for BUS. LYDIA L riSXHAM, OF LYNN, KASS., LYDIA E. PiNKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. ' I. . Pos'tlre Cnre acaar-saauaaraaaBva fWral! 1 a PalnfVI Comp!nlttt avt4 lTfrtwcMt. aoenmraea tooarttrat ft irtalc popalatlan. Tt vlli rvre entirety the wrrat form of Ffmalf Con rtatn. H orin tronM'-a, Inflamn-rt'm and Clcer tlon, FU!nff and nplirrmcn?, and thr ronrrquerf Ft'psI rahnraa. End 1p rr!:ri:brly silnrtrd to tbe fT-irf of !. Tt ll?lTe and Tpr! tmnra frrm the eteroa In tn cn'y rt.-.t of d-T-!nrETert. Ttto trcilrwy to ran rrrers t:T?rc.ratberr tar bcrkcd frryrpcodlly by Itauae. tt...

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. — 16 September 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER. 'FRIDAY, : SEPT. 1G, 18S1 Local Hems. KflSliort communications on miblin ftlina) inn n I . 1 1 ' puuieu dui not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondenta except where we refuse toeive ...... v vi muor. "oa cocsrr court clerk. Wo ...! . 5 . A. McDaxiei, as a candidate for Clerk of me ruuon county Court, at the ensuing merchants are oa East "i: Mr. II. Uusbanan, has returned from the East. Judge II. C. DaiJey las moved into Hickman. r Hickman buying goods A. M. BROWN & CO., make a specialty of Cigars, Tobaccos and Snuff. . tf The Sam Stickuey Clilhenio Com bination Show is billed for Ilickman next Tuesday. Call at Fortune's Dru- Stjro, and try a bottle of Shaker's Curative Syrup nd Pills. Capt. Jeff Rogers and Dr. McRce are putting up a new saw mill in the Reelfool country. Ilickman boarding houses are ad vancing rates because of the general ad ' vance in provisions. Jss. W. Mayes, James Kirk, and R. i.McConnell, hare been appointed Pro cces...

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. — 16 September 1881

-v. THE HICKMAN COURIER, rrnti.MiiKu near friday bv HICK MA y, : : : -' K-KXTUCKT. ' Oitice ITolnze Building, Clin'en Strict. 7h OUtit X.'cipJi-rui Wsl?m VT .. eor "Wstprcn, Z-Iiiilor. IVIce of Nn?sTf2iIo 2. iuiSXYTTTT 7.rsTfirf.TGTT8s f President Garlield physicians icpaut a rradual improvement in Li condition tine. his removal from Washington ejjme are so langu'.ne as to report him convalescing, and in nil minds there now appears hope for his final recovery. Ho is get in a very dangerous condition, 'an J any (Jay may bring a relapse or be may continu to improve. Ia any eveit, it will be months before he is strong enough to attend to official duties. The report tlmt Senator Reck had de clared himself in favor of electing a con jervatlve Republican President cf the Sena'e, is positively denied by the dis tinguished Senator himself. Rfpobts from Ohio are to the effect that Hi JtrpuMicuns are greatly n (armed fit the strength of Mr. Book waiter, the Dem ocratic candidate for Governor,...

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. — 23 September 1881

; ' i THE-fflCKMAN-COURIER, rciuum stxbt ramar bt GEORGE WARREN, HICEHAV, ST. TWO JorRXET. "I go on a Journey far away," He said and he stopped and klwed me the O er the in for many a day fiaed-iiy, ' and lie klnsetl me onre again. But only a few short months had fled. When ai:in I answered my husband's kiss; aiCKM COUMB ; I rouiU not arry away, iiesaiu; ; " There is ncfr a land as fair as this." - Asxiu 1 ttxl by my husband's side, i ' i go on a bHiriierj fweel, tii-day; Over the river the boatmen glide (iood-by ; I shall linger long- away." "Ah he wisl come bark soon, I know, f siid, as I stooped for trie parting kiss; " He cannot tarry, he told me so. There U never a laud so fair as this." B it many a month and many a year Have gowu tin-e my darling went away. Wi ! he K'ver come back to meet me here? lias hi found the region of perfect day T Over the ocean he went and came; Over the river, and lingers there! . Oil. pallid lioatiuati! call mr Dau! SSiow uie the region s- wondrous ...

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. — 23 September 1881

Wn"-nViir e FARM 50TES. The American cranberry is now raised with success at Asliburnliam Park, Sus sex, England. It is cons-ulercd by some experiment er iu feeding that about one-fifth of ground corn passes through cattle undi- It is said that in Great Britain more persons were killed last year by horses thiin by all the railways of the Uniteel Kingdom. Very bad management some where The oxygen of the air aids and facili tates the germination of seeds, and seeds buried bo deeply iu the ground as to be out of reach of the Atmospheric air will exhibit no signs of life. Animals when first confined, and sup plied with fattening food, alw ayi increase Lirgely in weight during the fust few w oe ks, after which the rate of increase diminishes to a considerable extent. Texas has live million head of horned cattle and a superabundance of mast and oni,anel thousands thoroughly educated rami and women, yet she imports butter, 1 tt d and school teachers from Kansas City. 1), Ewaas, of Davisvil...

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. — 23 September 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, PRIDAY, SEPT. 23. 1S81. B?.Short communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents exoept where we refuse togive name cf author. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. re authorixed to announce M Aasnat A. McDakiei., as a candidate for Clerk of the Fulton County Court, at the ensuing August eiectlon. J. 'AMBERS SONS' COLUMN. Read ! Read ! ! Local Hems, A fine assortment of Custom-made Boots and Shoes for Men and Boys, very cheap, at J. AMBERG SONS. 8c23-U , We have an elegant line of Dress Goods of the latest Style, and Trimming Silks, Sat ins, .Velvets to match. ! 'iu J. AMBERS SONS. We have reduced our Stock of Goods so that pur Stock comprises nearly all New Goods of the latest novelties, and we do not intend to he undersold. m J. ANKERS SONS. A fine lot of Laces, Silk Ties, Lace Ties, Embroideries, Itueh ing, Ribbons, Berlin . and Kid Gloves, Lin- .1 C!11. XT ll (II llIUl OllK IlUUUKtT- Mr Joi n Wtu : n.!ex Coun...

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. — 23 September 1881

.-v A J THE HICKMAN COURIER, pUBLISIIKD STKBT FRIDAY BT UEOROE WARREN, III CK M AX, : : : i : KEXTUCKT. Orncic UclDxe Building, Clinton Street. ha QldmXcwipaperin Western Kentucky. Jeorge Warren, Kditor. frlce of Subscription, 2. FRIDAY. SEPT. 23, 18S1. "Chmteb A. A rtucbjs noi President or the United SUtes. H took tbe oath of Qice Tuesday morning. Tns Frankfort Yeoman says Judge Wni. Lindsay is not a candidate for United Slates Senator against Mr. Deck. The talk of Arthur being foreign born, nnd therefore ineligible to the office of President, seems to be 'all talk." Cokkliso must come to the front again, and Mr. Blaine must taka a bask scat. Tiit Republican row was really between these worthies, and poor Garfield was the victim. IIos C. L. Rajsdie has withdrawn from Uij-e race for Circuit Judgo In the opin -'lTI of m-4 v aia clMtiiia certain, and be yielded this certain election through friendship to otbers.- Tns Western Kcutucky papers appear to bo solidly for Hon. Thos. L. Jones...

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. — 30 September 1881

THE OLD STOBT. rCBLISHKD ITUI jTIIDAT T GEORGE WARREN, HICKMAIf, KT. OFFICE-HEIWE BUILDING, CUNTON STREET GEORGE WAKRKN.Kditor, Frio ol Subscription, t : S wiit miie mqriKqr.n. "Oh, why to restlesn, darling, as If yon fain would ter Yourself from out my presence !rll me, fairest of the fair Ja mj conversation stupid, that you fliorh an. I twist about. Like an urchin with the cholle, or an old man with the gout Do I tire you with my stories, or annoy yoo with my j,ke, Jo wpnr upon your patience crltlriaitig other folks Teil me why j ou are to restless, and keep turning onvo,rMst, And shrugim; up tout shoulders tell me, aweetest oi the sweet,'' lh maiden hides her blushing face within her shapely hands. While her fair breast with emotion collapse and ex pands. And in a timid voice replies: No,, no, indeed, mr dear Your tones, like sweetest music, till upon my liten eninitear; Tour prraeuce tills roe with delight : I could forever it B'ljh(thescinctilIatKnof your sparkling natiTe But f...

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. — 30 September 1881

FARM XOTES. Brewkbs' grains contain two per cent more water than potatoes. The bulbs of the tube-rose never bloom but once. Tbay require a sandy toil. At the present price of improved cat tle no farmer can afford to keep scrub 6tock. Potatoes are surface feeders and re quire a lileral, general manuring to insure an abundant crop. It is considered by. some experi menters in feeding, that about one-lifth of ground corn passes through cattle un digested. Is changing the diet of an ox, five days will generally elapse before the rt-mains of the preceding diet are ex pelled by the animal. Flock made from Kansas wheat is said to be stronger than that manufac tured from wheat raised iu the same latitude in other States. Ji-doe Allen II. Watrous has a plan tation of 2,200 acres on Flint lliver, Ga. The place is worth $50,000, and on that amount will pay 10 per cent dividend. Thyme will grow almost anywhere, but it prefers a dry, poor soil. If the ground i rich, the plant will gr&w too lu...

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. — 30 September 1881

4 ' . vri 1 - vrf THE FJICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, SKPT. 30, 1S81. I"-uShort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where we refuse to give nme of author. FOR COUXTY COURT CLFRK. e Are authorized toaunounce Marshal A. MtlLisin, as a can.liiiate for Clerk of the Fulton County Court, at th ensuing August election. J. AMBERG SONS' COLUMN. Bep-d! Head!! A lino assortment of Custom-made Boots and Shoes for Men and Ioys, very cheap, at CAMBERS SONS. 3 3 "ifA1-TA'-'"-' t 1HE POT LA R HOUSE OF is crowded d;Jy by the elite or thur rounding cotury nud citv, and fcu e0 away happy. !e has on display one of the best Stock ( Goods evsr brought to IT!'t tl.i n An. a 1 . ' ...v.. uro sou t the lowest prices. s i" m .: i:n s Mc c u tch en a t conal Church, in liickin ot Local Items. We have an elegant !OBetotakcttlons line of Dress Goods ofj.JJ the latest St vie. aiidil'pp - -7 :. Trimming Silks, Sat ins, Velvets to match. ...

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. — 30 September 1881

4 . THE HICKMAN COURIER, pi'tti.isiiKP event rtiiivw nv uiio n a 2: v' a :v m HICK MA. V : : : : : KEKTCCKr. Ofe'io: Ui-lnio lb:' T.'.e O'Mtt y.wipuf): isr. (iltit on f'tt. I v lioorc Warren, Eliior. I'rloo of &iils'2it son, FIJI DAY, 3 riTM: MOST ri.K'i ANT LINE ef Gent-. j V.nth, nn-1 Uoyx CK't'iiujt can I !'. iin.l ni 51. t'lirliaititlk'tt. t'u'.l an 1 M'f l-t-1'..re piiie!i:isi n g. ll will "y. I'litMi-ENT ARTHL3 13 a ia,iver. 0 17IV. wntit a harn0I"e, styKr tertlte.' Oo to Tlnut s Ntw torf. Ul- T:it: fun! leii.ji ruiseJ for Mrs. Oat f.cl 1 rijjw utnounts to $-30,.'00. Tiik next Meiholit iu'tinteuieal Coti ftrence will meet in America in 1S?7. rat.siiF.Nr Artiu'b :y will r.. . 4 not (fifl.ii'lcrr 'e R-flui, t.. Cor.greei in L'eeeraV-er. Irii believe 1 tht the vi le exteu le.l I'roiith in Virginia will greatly cripple the Jebt paying .Jem.icrat-j, an I holji Uie MjIioiic re pu iiat in r party. Ir is announce 1 that I'resi ierit Arthur will uot ceetipy th White llo i-e t ititi...

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 October 1881

- 4 v. T i 5 ? ! THE HICKMAN CODBIEB, GEORGE WARK EN, BlCHHlir, BTi OFFICE HEINZE BUILOlNtUJCUKTON-STREET GEORGE WA'UKKN-.EdUor. Pries, ox Subscription, t - J C r a mimnuEjDTi. Hi string that tied the d. fetched looae, ' Tb ln came howling on: . That mixid venture conked liia gooee, ' ,' HIb cup of Jot wm gone. Bwift for the picket leuce he sped. As iwallow kira the plain: Twoluchce scant the dog ha led; , lie ncrer nailed again. f , Bright PTre were pawing on the street, t-ft Toiree laugnel In Rlre. And merry !hmis Irout bappr heart! Oilled other hearts to . ' He reached the fence, he stroTe to climb With midden, wtKlitr strain; Sore waa bla need, scant aa his time lie never smiled again. . Where erst, like rohlns In the spring Ilia sweet hearU Tuice he heard, He hears her father's accents ring With many a heart icra word. ' One leu the hUMIing fence lientridea, . But htenum In his train . The haughty di hia speed deride He nerer smiled again. Around him whirled the clddy throng Wi...

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 October 1881

a r- f-: v ii TAItM HOTES. It ts thirty per oeynt more profitable to pre-mature and dispose of fattening cattle at tiro years old, than to keep them tip to three years. In bklxctoki your seed wheat, or seed for a rye crop, weigh a pint from the bin or sack, and purchase that which weighs the heavier. English farmers have been Tery suc cessful in growing wheat by the aid of peat charcoal as a fertilizer, using at the rate of 600 pounds to the acre. It SHOULD be remembered that it is nsier to deteriorate a crop by choosing hod seed, or even by carelessly neglect ing the selection of good Beed, than it is to improve upon a varietv already ac knowledged to be good, "the down hill road is the easiest traveled. Thb melon has been cultivated from time immemorial, and yet there is no other plant known that is bo wonderfully variable in its character. In the earue hill, and from the same seed there will be produced some of the finest, as well as some of the poorest specimens. In keepino poul...

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 October 1881

J j THE HICKMAN-' COURIER. FRIDAY, OUT. 7, 1SS1. Short communication on public questions rioted hut not responsible for sentiment j or expressions of corrcs ponjoms except where wc refuse to give name of author. for couxrr court clerk. V' e aro ant hori zed to nn noutica M rsu n A. McDaxsei., as ft cand idate for Clerk of the Full on Countj Court, at lh ensuing August election. : . J. AMBERS SONS' COLU.V'M. ' m w ft ft Bead! Read!! A line assortment of Custom-made Boots and Shoes for Men and JJoys, very cheap, at J. AMBERS SONS. Ye have an elegant line of Dress Goods of the latest Style, and Trimming-Silks, Sat ins, Velvets to match. J. AMBERG SONS. Sci3 4 AVe have reduced our Stock of Goods so that our Stock 'comprises nearly all New. Goods of the latest novelties, ' 1 1 j j 1 ililU U lUi IIOL IIIICIIU to-be undersold. J. AMBERG SONS. A fine lot of Laces, llk TieS, TiaCe TieS, - . . .1 . . I. I. . I I.. . I. laibbons, lerlin : Kid Gloves, Lin- nnd Silk Ilandker- ; very and erv low ...

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