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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 3 February 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER, PUBLISH KD ITISI fUDAT BT HICK MAX, : : : KSNTCCKF. OrriCK IlcJnia Building, Clinton Street. t hi OUeit Xcviipzptrin Western Kentucky. 'ii'eo'rz Warren, Kdilor. Price of .Subscription, 82. FRiDA y77 77777" f KiiTi ssE W. T. Fxusos, blind Tom of Murray, Ky., in that p'aca January -!0th. Tut Leeislature has fixed upon Feb. j H-jlh as the propsr day for adjournment. Tne Legislature defeated the capital removal resolution by a tie tote 4C to 4'J. Tnt Louisville Full gives currency to a rumor to the effect that Mr. Watteraoo is to atep down from the Courier-Journal tripod. Tkk Kentucky Legislature, after re peatedly declaring that it would not xtend the session, has agreed to extend it awhile longer. Who will be the next Governor of Ken- . luck)? Among Democrats, the choice seems to be betweea Hon. Thos. L. Joues aud Dr. Staodiford. OiiriAL' S lawyer publishes a card ask ing the people for money if they want Ouiteau further defended. Guess he wont j gel much. J Tub 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. — 10 February 1882

GEMS OF THOUGHT. Axii that live must die, passing through nature to eternity. Nothing of worth or weight can be achieved with half a mind, with a faint heart and with a lame endeavor. TnK art of poetry is to touch th pas sions, and its duty to lead them on the side of virtue. , Hypocrisy ia the homage vice rays to virtue. Ir solid happiness we rriz'". Within our breast this jewel lifts. Cotton. The right of private judgment is ab solute in every American citizen. Oar field. I suppose all phrases of mere compli ment have their turn to be true. A man is occasionally grateful when he says "thank you." (George Eliot. Or all the paths that leail to a woniau'a lore, Pity's the straightcst. f'Utcher. I knew a very wise man that believed that if a man were permitted to make all the ballads he need not care who should make the laws of a nation. Use every man after his desert aud who should 'scape whipping ? Thk children of to-day will be the architects of onr country's destiny in HICKMAN COU...

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 February 1882

HISTORICAL. The Spanish Celts raised temples and Bang hymns of praise to death. In a single day, at the dedication oJ the Colosseum by Titus, 5,000 animals perished. ArovsTrs solemnly degraded an over threw the statue of Neptune because his fleet had been wrecked. The favorite maxim of Fhilip IL ol Spain was: "It is better not to reign at all than to reign over heretics." Toward the end of the eighth century the sale of slaves beyond their native provinces was in most countries forbid den. At the beginning of the fourteenth century the church for the first time gave tK-rmission for the dissection of hu man bodies. MEonrrr, the friend of Charles XII., exclaimed at the iustant of the king's deiitli : " The play is over ; let us go to supper." Marcus Atrf.lecs, by compelling gladiators to right with blunted sworils, rendered the combats for a time com paratively harmless. Some troubles seem to be brewing in Cashmere, the Maharajah of which lias leen suspected of intriguing with the Afg...

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 February 1882

THE FjlCKMAN COURIER. F .FRIDAY, T: ": :: FKB. 10, 18S2 t5kShort communications on pnhlic questions piinted but not responsible fur seuiinicnts or epiessions of corres ' pondents except wheie wo refuse to give name of author. Local Hems. liter falling:. Tuesday ii Si. Valentine' day. Dwelling houses are io detuauJ. Wheat is report a looking fine. Knifhts of Honor meet to niLt. Eg' and butter r.re io demand, at fair prices. Doo't fail to see II! p Van Wiukle Wednesday night. Electioneering amongst the caodi ( Jam for count offices is lively. The Went IIuLii'.ao leveo lias been badly damaged by th high water. ' Mr. Will U'aJc, if Fulton Ky., was in our city IV cine J , on bueiucbs. The railroad tra ns will commence ruuniug iLruugh to Nashville to-dy. Machinery for the new Hickman Tump factory arrived Thursday night. i Farming; operitinas have been coa iJerabl delayed by he wet weather. Some of cur si.e walks are in a miserable coaUtUuQ, nd slieuld be looked after. Hugh Sanders, i.f th...

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 February 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER, a ii i: i: x KENTUCKY. II I CK. MAS', : : : : : Omen Helnze Building, Clinton Street. JKr OUrt Sewp tp'T in Wettem Kentucky. ,leorge Warren, I-lilor. Price of .Huloriplloii. S?2. nneffcuti of small-pox in Memphis thia week. Abb Ricrroi has profess? re ligion and joined ! Christian church. Tim Whipping Post bill hn agaiu been lefea'ei in Ike Kentucky Legislature by one vote. ?rTu was s en fence. 1 to hang Friday, June SO. between 12 m. and 2. p. m., and to he executed within ibe walla of the jail. Sivr Guiteau ha bn denied a new hearing be, no doubt, feels badly, but it won t be long until he will Guit-eau-ver it Tub Mcllenry Union-Democrats nomi nated Gov. Jacobs for Clerk of the Court of Appeals againat the regular Democratic nominee Capt. Henry. Thi new apportionment bill for mem ber of the Kentucky Legislature leaves the Legislative and Senatorial Districts of tliii end of the State precisely as they now ezitt. Gov. Jacobs, the Indepen Jent Cmon Dsmocratie ca...

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 February 1882

T r n 0 flTHICKHMMOURIE . - ' - . UaUSiUB XTKBT FR1DAT ST IIICKM AS, KT. OFFICE HE1NZE BUILDINQ. CLINTON STREET GEORGE WARKKN.Kditor, Frio of Sabaoriptlon, : 82 - ITEMS OF INTEREST. Is Eoyft there are hospitals for super annuated cats, while human Buffering scarcely elicits a case. The vineyards of the Napa Valley, California, .aYTaged,in 1880, about eight tons of grapesto'the aertv- - ' ' An" earthquake Jq ISI9 caused a large area of hind near the delta of the Indus to become a large inland ea. t XEABiry U.0U0 tons of wrapping paper To mado in one mouth, "by lift y-one Msr in the United Stales. v ; i . T itiiik. Lave, been'-moro enrthtjuakes una ihin in all the other parts of. j taken together, , Italy excepted.- fB colniuns of' IJetliu papers are y notices' -offering children in to whomsoever wishes to adopt veted wad in New .York now '2T0 "trains' er dav, running tmnuti part .during the urs. " ' ri: turpi thirty -.Efrjptian oleliska .red . over Europe. . liomo- has . en, four of ...

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 February 1882

chSrles keade. la Iatri.'I-,,ew Wills the Vef "'I T i: traa SioTcllafc. ' t ttndVn t"oripoeene Sew Turk limes.' " called on veteran novelist and playwright, Charles Keade. I found him surrounded by a few of bis " house hold goUa," tiapilementcd Ly.bome new . furniture, and readiug the monthly mag azines by candle-light lie looked much better than I expected to Und hiin. He mado all kinds pf inquiries about America, expressed great interest in the progress of the international copyright movement, though ho isaid Messrs. Har per had always, paid him handsomely for his work, aud, therefore, this interest is not personal. but covers tho ground ol instieo to others, both American and English. The two great American mag rztnes JIarpcra' and Scribner, now the Vrntury were, he thought, marvelous! v cheap. ' Their contents are so varied, he s.tul, " and they do not depend upjn a leading story for their attraction ; the lust few numbers of Harpers' are simply admirable. I n-skxl him if he wou...

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 February 1882

THE IjlCKMAN COURIER. KHuYj7Tr7"pKB. 17. 188. Wfl&orl MMvatMCUai public quaaUen prtuldb not rpall lot uitMui or sprMla of eorra I'MttJtnu eaoept wher rt toglv name, of author. Local Items. Mor candidate. UeaJ tlio lilt of announcement Major FarU la still absent io New York City. Titer aro eleven prisoners confined in ila county jail. Ilioktnanitea are lutarUtloj on bog jole and turnip greens. Candidates cards neatly printed at tM oftic. Send in your orJara. Hick man ladies sbould go and tee b $300 00 Circular at Jaka Flautn new tor. Mr. Geo. Baio has sold bis place nsar town, and will shortly mot t 8u Louis. Mrs. Jennie Gardner, and daughter, Martin, Tann., is visiting Mr s. C. L. RanJle. ..ol- J- J. Hickmaa, of Ky., is elec ln'r,B Missouri on lb. taprane question. Sereral nickmanitea have'gone to New Orleana to witness th Mardl Qras festivities. Aaoy number of meo and firms were broke by th d.ciia in cotton, all over the country. Mr. Rich Everett and Dr. Cayje, of .r.j d,BI, we...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 17 February 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER, " " rUBLlOHtO ItflT aiiT T HICKMAN, : f i t :; KENTUCKY. OrriCB ne!pi BniTdin. Clinton Street, 7A O'lestNevotpaperin Weater KenHeky. 3eorselVnrrcii9 Editor. Price or Subscription, 2. FRIDAY, FKB. 17. 1882. Ho. Osca Tenant writes lo friend in this county, muting that ho i s can didate for re-election lo Congress. Beadles, Wood 4. Co., coranission mer chants of New Orleans, have failed, reports the Mayfield Democrat. Decline in cotton futures was the canse. Luton's new road law proposes to util ize county prisoners fined for petty of fenses by working tbem on the public roads, and thns save the lax-p-yr the expense of boarding them. Me. Oscak Tissia, who has been an invalid some years, suffers d a severe re lapse this winter, in Washington, but is again recovering. Her daughter, Miss Llllie, assisted last week in Mr. Speaker Keifer'a reception, and was the object of mnrh nnrnliment. Mrs. Mollis Allnutis pending Ihe winter ia Washington wi lb her sister, Mrs. Turne...

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 February 1882

KS9 H' fflM COORM, r ujbbxs nm wmwat t GEORGE WARREN, IIICHH A M, K X. OFFICE HEINZE BUILOIN& CUNTON STREET QEOKGE 'WaEBEN. Editor. l?rio o Subscription, t t 68 HEALTH INTELLIGENCE. Frtan Dr. Foots'a Health Monthly. 1 x Among forty-eeven thousand "dogs taken to the pound of New York City during five years past, only one was found to have hydrophobia. A fond mother wrote to an enthusias tic young lady who had established a physiology class for girl : "Please do not teach my "Mary Ann any more about her insides. It will never do her no good, and it's rude." 1 If we were provided with a sense of smell as acute as many animals possess, it would probably be a great aid in diag nosis, for there are some diseases that are accompanied by a definite odor, and possibly ajl are, to some extent. ' Pbofessob Lewis,' of Stevens Insti tute, has made four hundred analyses of food and drugs, and found that in all ca&ea cf adulteration, excepting one. no, JJr poisonous material was employed, ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 24 February 1882

A CRABBED CREATURE. That Eture nm tar M "i" In . obMrrwfc Wbo doe no lo leaping from the pboephoTMoent eafaatbey break again, the rocks In the summer night until Katun t..ir Wirt of the operation. turn tb Bounding- inn toward IDe opppvatiw Biiure, i-UK stranded some badly-mutilated snail, which wanders solemnly on, Bohemian ftuh- ion wun am its worldly store upon It back. On the same beach may be found our crusta cean edible the crab whose chief, apology for exlnt lngat all seems to to be its ability to furnish a delectable meal to fortunate bipeds. The crab being covered with a hard, Im penetrable shell, it is not easy to molest or make him afraid; therefore he ware war in his watery world unceasingly when once attacked. Although tiny, he cannot be said to be devoid of understand ing", having" ten legs to assist hi locomotion : thin, however, avails him little, for, when conquered, he never turn his back to his enemy, starting Into a bold run. but, like many politicians during elec...

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 February 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER. Kill DAY, FKB. 24, 1882. 3?JHtui l communications on public musiieiii printed hut not responsible for rent i men is or epresiors of corres pirrUnts except where we 1 efuse to give tiameof author. Local Items. . No sjiikues of auy kind ia our Cui. fi'y. There re 2 163 Nxttoial Bank io the United States. Indications are that we ar to hate tee farming iveMhtr. W'uut i the prospect lr i fruit crop . I v ' v ear. Ncr pty a debt un e you hive tl money. Ilr curat will be tt rce I. ere I L ia i.u.ratr, auJ demand a hih pi ice. . County C'erk P-bi, report do aurriaea iliia woek. O'i my? 1 te csndidsie is do a lifely af a bot ott in May. C'tr cMuei oo I lie linlh of April this year. Tbe demand for tie reesd New Tssfa iunt ia taid io te lookioc op again. Dsfmitij or Potmt A merchant wbo does not elverlise. Hickman dea' ere lake notice. The tiv.r will f.iM ' rapi.Hy i' !e"tiin"it'commeii-e The Cerent rie i- ffli"1 rr-;J in fie ineaiory of tUe oli inhabitant. Sonii.' Mi-rt"u...

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 February 1882

v .. -' --a-'.l '"TtU 'x:C. -"--"-if . --A. . - '--f,- , , ,., In-'- -'" jw iuL a la j r A- TiiE mCKMAN COUPES, r: o n b? r , C'lini.in Street. 7 ft e C -' f .' y "r a 5 FRIDAY. : : : : Cor. Ut .rKKre sys lit will Pr l cf hit if n packet the expeote. (r '' if Kentucky military cr p -.ti-a 10 Tork , Centennial. iPtbt lftitlt.ire per tit'sin rtfiiaj n irropt itio. - Tt Goverfci-oenl itnprsvenie ut. tr tt Mit;f'rpi "r L,,ow hr1- rp', Osceola. kn bee rruspnttd oo aecouni f hii! w-iter. Tht mtn ir Bw njj Vri building Iwtnty pile drivtrt. and when t).. wotr 0 Jown, wil! go to "rk Jrvcm W. W. lv08.mA, Circtii' jM.Uftbi litrict, will upf;ert lL r.morrntic ticket, o it v rj ortei. JuJg Kote"'' h rtt wny wnrtn 1"r rs In ite!in. nJ w tudr Lid tlia rolumui f ! ffi te (ti bi rtton for this ip, to b' "'J fiiJ who f bim tlt!r r'lfporl, b!iiij b'nu a rrguUr bmcrat. Th follow iug iifp!mnl to old, f m, is rtticlf.lly. dedicate1' t lo all whom It-may concai, Wi,i i ttiac n. tt;. ? 51 ! rvnci?n - t' iu...

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 March 1882

i or;:.' J. V ffl I' ) n 0 CODRIEB, - rUIUSHU STMT MIDAT BT GEORGE AVVItltlCrV, 1 BICKH1H, KT. OFNCE-HEINZE tUMDINQ -CUNtON STREET GKOBOE WxKRKN, Editor, Prl t Sabsorlptlon, : HISTORICAL. Tits first abbeys or monasteries were founded in tho third century. During the time of the Norman con quest the game of dice was Very com mon, ' " In the twelfth century slaves in Europe were rare; iu the fourteenth slavery was almost uiknown. Cervantes, thre years before his death, became a Franciscan monk; Lojie , de Vega was a priest and ofiieer of the Inquisition. Is 1623 an English attorney .suffered imprisonment and lost both his ears for "speaking1 very lewdly and scandalously of Quceu Elizabeth and Henry VIII." I send against you men who are as greedy of death as you are of. pleasures," were the words aditressedby Mahoniet . to the degenerate SVmncl LSjJifl V ""Hesbx It,, wa&Ut -EngUsh'-toon'-nrch whq, emphasized the royal authority to the weakening of that of the aristo cracy, lie was ...

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 March 1882

FIRM 50TES. Cbns firm in Holland sends each week to English markets from seventy to ninety tons of artificial batter. Tee present annual yield of flaxseed in the United States is estimated at 2, 600,000 bushels, and of the fibre 38,000, 000 pounds. English feeders often add ten pounds of linseed oil cake jjcj-tIht" to the usual rations of meai,'roota and hay, in finish ing off well grown bullocks. It is'said that an acre of grass will make 200 pounds of beef ; while an acre sA corn, that requires continuous labor, at double the cost, will do but little more. Pios like a warm, dry bed and change ti food. When in confinement and fed largely upon meal a few small lumps of coal, cinders or charcoal, are eagerly crunched and aid the work of the stomach. "With the soil in good order, old pas tures are preferable to thoso inoro re cently cleared, as they contain finer and more nutritious grasses, which will pro duce richer milk, better-flavored butter and cheese, as well as fatter stock. 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 March 1882

THE HICKMATJ COURIER. JilDAT.Tr-! i MARCH 3le8?. : CJBhort communications en pnhllc KMtieB printed but not responsible' farMsUlnenls or expressions of eorres ytndnt except -where we refuse to give ntni ! aomor Local Hems. TL cUfloiency ia the winter hog rep Is likely to exceed 100C.000 bead. Tfet Fulton Cirruit Court convenes Movaey. Balletioi &bout Mr. TUdsn'i htahb begin to tppear again. To a aaa'see email cabins flitting about evtr tbs fields. Tbs Hiekman bills ars proving a grsat Isssing to nan and beast. The ktffmen bed to reseus somt fani - list ttrougb tbs roofs. Mr. John Fell, of FoUoo, Is "tifif rslativse bore. Dr. Will Flonnner, returord, Thurs day, from Florida. Dr. Wsrrlck Ooweill, rersroerl from Louisville, where be has been during th winter, attending medical college. It Is piliable to tee C droves of eattle wltnmtng arennd. stent gll ng for li fe, and vo chance to save there. ( It ia fanny to see bote perched tip on logs, and clinging to i for dear life, 'onetimes...

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 March 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER itritf?w tvteut tbmmt bv ' ii 13 O U n? W .4 It 11 K men it a y, . . KKSTVOKr. 0rie Helm Piiilling, Clint gtreet. I if Olitil X.rc'pfir in Wetter A". fit iJeote Yarrcn. iMltor. Price of Wu!irrIp!on, !J. Fill DAT. M AUCI1. 3, 1832. The prospect 'k ,n present aetsiea of Congress will la.t until July. The wbM croi throughout the State ii reported loo'.int unusually fiue. Senator Conkling It (a tit. frost again. Il l sow Judge CoRVir-f-aj - f Leg ti'atore will net adjourn before last f April, or flret of May. It it predicted that tht present ytar wilt bt id unusually bard oni, financially tpeeklng. Anatbtr bridire it to bt bblll ovtr It Viesitaippi a. St. L.uit. A fraud monument to Confelera'e eol ditra it to bt built at Neihviila, Ttun , Twelve indictments have baen found against aa many Star-Route conspirator. The whipping poll it ie bt abolitnti in Virgtla- Rod. Oecar Turner, will be a candidate fur re-e'ee'ion te I'mifriii ia the Srsl die trict.. Courier-Journal....

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 March 1882

W 10KIIAH-C0BB1!, . . rnunn itui fbidat t -GEORGES WARREN, a . af- :. '. v ,,.. . . . HUJ10ES OF THE DAT. Does a man break into humor when -he cracks a joke ?... It x-i no longer a matter ot pride to have a high forehead. A cow has that, v and she is very low-ly. TTD !';' J- i - : . - OFFICE HEINZS lUiUHNOi ' CUHTOB STREET GEORQH WaEEKN, Kditor. JPrlo tSubaJoriptlozi, i : 83" . ' , THE TTOKKSHOP. Exhaust steam' should hot be dis charge into- a brick' "'chimney the steam -trill djsmtejrmte Hb toortar. and v, -v.; i .- : . r . "U VUUUUVJ LHJ Ail J Ui OU. A flexible paint far cast ass ia made as follows : Yellow soap, : 2j pounds i Doiiing water, 1 gallons ; dissolve ; grind the solution while hot with 125 pounds of good oil paint. A series of tests at the Firminy Steel 'Works, France, on ' the resistance of stgel wife to tensile and torsile strains, have- conclusively Bhown that steel is superior to- iron lot wire ropes. IInt.lish feteel castings - are made by soiae firms from old fil...

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 March 1882

TIBS 50TZS. Ordisabt sUbla manure contains up ward of serenty per oent of water. CownECTicrrr established the first ag ricultural experiment station in America. Poland China pigs are being seat from Illinois to Germany for breeding purposes. Hoof and horn shavings contain more than twentv-five times as much nitrogen as is contained in average stable manure. Snzxr ted on dry feed are frequently troub'ed with sore lips. An application of sulphur and lard once or twice will generally effect a cure. Cork trees ra being successfully raised in Georgia. The cork on some specimens planted there is already thick enongh for use. It is supposed these trees can be successfully raised in meet of the Southern States. It requires about 5.000 young fish to stock a poud of one acre in extent Of rUh weighing from one to two pounds 1,000 to the acre is a liberal estimate and these will require artificial feeding unless the pond is very rich with food producing vegetation. Potato flour, or the dried pu...

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 March 1882

THE l-JICKMAN COURIER.I ZZrZ , V .: I M ARCH, 10, !82 I l?RI DAY. : jrn.Sbort . communication on raii-.c i utsuens printed but not ref possible ler sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except ittiiri wt rtfuse to give atue of author. La nr . Local Items. Alaxtuder & Maxwell rfjp."fj''y invite attention of the gents to the ir nice lire cf Spring Suit junt received from Ntw "York. Theso nofcby Spring Sui'i that Alex ander and Maxwell are diipbiyiii on their c.juijierti, are going font. Call an J make our selection. Mrs. T. M. Trevatbao of Uutoa City, Tenn., hus organized a dramatic troupe composed cf the beet local talent of that city, for the special purpose of raising- fundi to aid the pufl'.rera from the floods at Hh.-k-ri a:; eays the .4neAor. Elder 11. S. Tieta"pcin c.rs,-5i Poplar (.Srove church r.t 11 o'thx k h. in s.ud kt Ilicltman at early cfindiclihtingi j : ext Sunday night, the 12th init. An oVaeurt KcntaeVy aslrooocoar haa JisooereJ anot4ar fiery tailtJ cotnot...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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