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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 10 March 1882

THE HiO'KM-."! COURIER pi'ai.tHir me rnT bt 7rCKVAX, : : T .. r KEXTUCKW OrrtPK-JIctate Buildine:, Clinton Street. , . - - -1 " , CJeore W'urren, FRIDAY.: MARCH. 10. 1S32 Tt-rrlOle JaiitTot ,n ' Ktsal.'P V:llP.T. Mm- A fenllemtn who arrival We from Hicku.an. ky.. yesterday, says that no out ten iwsffin ne sufferit.js people ha. Jd tourulerfO from.the overflow of the Miee.seippi rittr. Bests h been sent ut ant o'hers were Ulnft daily manned f8r general ioapection of tbg eitensive bote aro-aJ Hickman a Friday three children, who h 4 ren found on a iafl were brought to Hickman. All three l.a.d'si'liered so ranch from rsposure and huijer that tU-V l" lost their rensou ' On iliU account they could not he traced to their parentage "or pUee of nbode. All wore a befttrd, woe begone appear aote and the deepest sympathy was felt fer them. Every ens prayed fr tbeir re covery. lu another instance a woman was round en a raft wade of two lone. She had been ?.Ju le watera eevera days, daring "whic...

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 March 1882

'.'- '1? " S' J iV ""'VFV'i,V;" V J- I? V THE-- HICKMAN COURIER; GEO HOE , WVItllEIV, , HICKMAN. KX. OFFICE -.HEINZ8 -WJ1L01MCL CUM TOM' STREET GKORaB WBIJRN, Editor. rOPULAR SCIENCE. . . - Thb fncction of jeast w to tbftftfee Bfarch i U-wiar-a u d that into Btoohol. ' MoMiEii aslerttfiat 'tairv,.tuttflie8 tdll only tisit "bfossbm of tonmitiTe tint. &T.?1.ZZ CX Therk are several' Ihonsand volcanoes known, and the' hiunWr of ftJtir ones may be set dowU-ad' 323. . r.. Cast icon is said to be permeable to certain 'gases at high temperatares," and to hydrogen ga- even vhuit cold. AT. risTEUR has succeeded in com inntiicating rabies by inoculation from the brain of a dog dead with the disease. Cords stretched in a network near the ceiling have bren satisfactorily tried for destroying echoes in churches ar4 pahlio - It hai been estimated that one square foot of soil will evaporate . six iinies as much moisture as the same amount of leaf surface. ; - - ; - t ; . ' It is about settled 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. — 17 March 1882

f ... m ; . -arafcv s Wli -maafWt , FIKMOTES." , , . Par tfcat tbo "bnfleta to each of yotu drilns ara open and axe not in. axij way , figged-, , . . 'is ii yoai'8 ago it cost nearly aa mucb & i ojLgrain from Buffalo to New . 'oik aa it BOKjloea to carry it from Clilo4. to XJTerpool. . . ; , A.-- wpjteb of experience and reputa tion bar stated tbat the fence tax on the farmers in the State of New York ia three and a half times greater per acre man the btate, county, and township taxes on tne land. . . - UR. J. JUL uailkt says : . Jt rom my exierienee in feeding, so far as I eon Tiider ensilage to be worth one-half as much as the best timothy hay. I would not, however, exchange ensilage for hay, and give two tons for one." .rns.best.'of Torage may not always furnish in suitable proportions all the elements necessary to produce the best milk ; therefore, give a large variety of food, but guard against anything that . Vill taint the milk or butter. ' -A TRIAL -was made in Scotland ...

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 March 1882

1 j. . . .. - i . . .. . " ' 1 ' , THE tJiCKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, MAIUM1, 17, BPjShort communications vn puM'o question printed bot sot reipoaaible for aentimente or expressions of corres pondents except where wi refast to give Betas of author. Local Items. Don't aii8 the grand Minstrel show The 1st ot April, bottom farmer an cote me nee plowing is oor gaoaa. ' Some enterprising artiste, have start- J ptoture gallery ia Eeel Hickman. Tlie Hickman Circuit Court con sents ia Clintoa the fourth Monday. The exodus of colored people to Xanaaa ia beginning again. Tba entire French eoaat ia about to be lighted with electricity. Prescriptions a. leading speciality at Fortune's Dreg Store. Mr. Howard Maxwell, tiea beea on a vlfit to St. LoaiatMa weak. The laeaee proteotecl Cairo irom me . fiood, but It oort the eitj treasury ?17,- 000 to make the fight. raeaaeper trains will commence Tan ning into Djersburg beiit the let. of April. The .Frankfort eorreapondente nil aeem le be nnder the impres...

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 March 1882

. - A. -1 ff THE HICKMAN COURIER HIC3CXAM, : s ESXTCC&Y. nrio Tlelnst rJnildfn-a;, Clinto Street. O-frorge Warren, Kdltor. Vrlre or Nnbt-rfpf Ion, 03. FRIDAY. M AKCn. 17, 1882 There it ao probability of redaction. f lb lax on tobarto aad whiskey th pfflSnl Ceagrese. The paet winter bee been disagreeable and diseoaraging ferbaeineea, but iodue- try and renewed energy will ead bro 'kaaplasse. Maater reodietea aaya bo eaa ate bo teaaaa why tbe people shoal J Bet -eleet peeimaetera dlatriot atieraeye, marshals, oterke of eowrtB, collectors of euateme aad T ioteraal riUDOi, ate. Tka Leglelaiure io new engaged appor ioieg lb CoBgreosleaal Dietriete, and uaircai obargte ef jerry -eoanderlng are rift. Tke Demoeralie party ef Kentneky la too powerfal l b anfair. A owforetl sea. reat ;aeai , frank fort, Ky., last will " I I ad only lattice ef lb kiai ca record Why ia It Ikat faw aolarad people com- aait eoleide. eeaparoj la tka whites? Poee It argne aaperLr contentment with (Vtlrltt. Tba ...

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 March 1882

-.iti-" raptor J'T" P. it Tl HICKMAU : GOUEIES, rvBuaaxB irni raiDAr bt . GEORGE WARREN, HICHHAK. K "T. ' OFFICE HEINZS BUILDINQ. CUMTON STREET OEOROEJ -WABBEK.Sdttor, Frio ox BnbaortpUon, 2 2 Historical. In 1C23. the two orders of Dominican inil Franciscan monks amounted to 82, HX ia Spain. , " . . . ! The Egyptian mode " of attaching horses to a chariot was to have one trace n the inuer side of each horse. In the time of Julius Csesax 320.000 poor ieople received, once a month, a tree gift of several bushels of corn. ANTONirs and Marcus Aurelius dedi sated to the memory of their wire iu ititutions for tbe support of girls. Cards are supposed to have been in troduced into France for the amusement of Charles VI., who was deranged. Pope SrxTCS inserted into the mass the words, Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God rf Sabaotli!" and he commanded that no woman should touch the vessels or cloths of the altar. A basalt monument nearly six feet in height, having several lines in hiero glyphics inscr...

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 March 1882

POPULAR SCIENCE. Ths skeleton of womm is lighter in proportion to her total weight than that of man. Ths lowest crustaceans, some sea anails and sea-spiders breathe through the skin alone. The vapors of iodine, in the coarse of everal months will penetrate deeplj iuto beeswax. Looking through yellow glass in a fog is said to render objects more dis tinctly visible. Thk weight of the cranium varies, in a general way, with the weight of the skeleton, but not proportionally, like the weight of the brain. By the new mode of tanning, mineral salts take the place of tannio acid in preserving hides. Tux polar regions of Mars, like those of the earth, appear to be covered with ice or snow. VARiora kinds of foul water, which are sure to kill when injected under the skius of rabbits, become harmless as soon as they are shaken up with com mon sand. Thk moon is gradually increasing the length of our day, by enlarging its own orbit, so that wo may reasonably look forward to a day of 1,400 hours,...

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 March 1882

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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 March 1882

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Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 24 March 1882

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Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 24 March 1882

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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. — 31 March 1882

tub im come, TVMUtBMM ITUI FBIDAT T GEOROK WARREN, HICKH AH. KT. OrriCE-ME.Wj lUIUMNa, CUNTOR STREET GEOROB WAEBKN.Kdltor, Priom ot 8ul,orlpti ITEMS OF INTEREST. Chixkse cotton is yellow, and hence the peculiar color of the fabric called nankeen. IN NEW MkXTOO triA inll&hifanta r. piemen, their dinners with a plateful of uuuirjr-autg ior aesscrts. A wind of twenty-fire miles an hour, or what sailors would call a stiff breese, travels 39. 67 feet per second. Thx artificially-fatted ortolan becomes such a ball of fat that, strung on a wick, it la said to make a very good lamp. Two hundred beetles, out of 500 species known to inhabit Madeira, are so far deficient in wings that they cannot If Africa vef?AT.iVl .n)u. ; i . I vltPf 11 Iruit tpe snea tree, muu. uui t m - . . . . n - i u l n i .0 linn in i a ncuer taste than any made from oow milk. The waste ashes of wood fires are leached for potash, and the waste of linseed-oil manufacture used as food for cattle. Researches among the...

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. — 31 March 1882

. - , , I POPULAR SCIENCE. Oxster "hells are utilized by being burned to lime. Diluted oxygon sustains life ; pure oxygen dostroja it. It is said that hysterical persons have a marked taste for vinegar and green fruit ' River mud is .mixed with chalk and burned and ground to make Tortlaud cement. Remedies are said to be known for the poison of all 6nakes, except that of the cobra. A herrixo yields over 30,000 eggs, myriads of which are devoured by vari ous enemies. No less than onS-tfifth the algre of the Antarctic Seas have been identified with British species. A Bostoh chemist has found seventy live per cent, of terra alba in a sample of cream of tartar. Experiments tend to prove that hu man respiration is less rapid in the trop ic than in cold regions. A river-polthix of South America has the greatest number of teeth found in the order of whales, 222. Moris water is admitted to the atmos phere from tho transpiration of a forest than from an equal body of water. Sukhkbatt is cabba...

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. — 31 March 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY, MAUCII, 31, 188! Si-Short communications on publi questions printed but not responsible iot vennmenis or expressions of corrcs pondents except where we refuse togive nniueui Kuioor, Local Hems. April 9 is Easter. Mr. James Brown has rooted his fcroeery house into the S. N. White block. Geo. W. Bain, Ksntneky's gifted temperance orator, is lecturing in the citT k . . ol .Louisville. Miss Lovie kandruni, returned Wedncs day, from a lengthy vinit to Memphis. After the 1st ot April, the mail route from Hickman to Dyersburg, will termi nate at Obion Station. Hsorj Wsdsworth Longfellow, the lxet, died, Friday, March 26, at his home, lambridge,. Mass. J. Gran. Parker is a candidate for Cir euit Court Clerk of Weakley Count j, Tens. The residence of Mr. J D. Aroett, Tiptenville, was destroyed by Ire, en the 20th. Ho insurance. A stroll over Hickman will astoa tsh you as to lb large number of smaller iuiproremeats now in progress. Every carpenter ia the Tillage is...

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. — 31 March 1882

1 THE HICKMAN COURIER i rllatlSHSD EVIRT FIOAT BY r : m ' a 21 xi i; it i a. a-j w - - JI ICS MAX, f ; .- : KLXTUCKY. . t:. -k !.l..o Building, CHnton i-treM. 7 A " l. X J-f ' M Knh,tly. i;ci' VJ'asTt-ii, Etlitor. iri,- .f S.sbserIiiioii,J&2. Fit flfirj iTYpm Tarter or McKeoxie, which? Vr Ai Ihur has signed ihe aati-pclyga-n y UU, and il i now a Tbo McKer.zle frien.ii wrt Christian county 1 ii out of the 1. Di.trlcl. They ..y itgives Turner all tha lan(;e. Jj Gould says i tired of L.ing abui-sd and wuuld like to ritirt from Tl,a 1 ill rut.ULinr n iners for misrep resenting t fc air age to saloon-keepers has l.aCbOl H iew. Wh'n Congressman aeets Congrrss rear, which ihall jivs up tbe teat? That'e the question. Jiift n this District tcjeys two live Ccr.jreif we ti, but there's buued te l r.e 1S1 BXt November. J'irr!tiriaiiTC Luton jcflkf minoii ty ef lbs Committee objecting to the Cen grsiei'.al Districts a arranged. I!cn. Oscar Turner has not only pot customhouses! Paduet.h. but ...

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. — 14 April 1882

THE ' HICKMAN COMB, rOBUSHKB ITUT FBIDAT T GEOllGE WAJlItKIV, BICIK A KT. OFFICE -HKIM2I tU'LOINO. CUirOR STREET . . J - - ' ' GEOROB WiLBKEN, Editor, Frio 1 BalMorlptloa, Y i f S GEMS Or THOUGHT., . f . . , . . ..'- A Bum hart make blooming vis age. Hypocrisy is th homage vice pays to virtue. Bxttxb one word in time than two aft erward. , - " To u weak is miserable, doing or of fering:. Loss ov ainoerity is loss of Tital power. . Ncvs bat a wise man eaa employ leis ure well. . Thi greatest wealth is contentment with a little. . . . r , . v ;. lis that swells in prosperity is sore to shrink in adversity. lis who says what he likes, often hears what he does no like. ... Bourn men and women talk by the yard, and think. by the jfnca '"-'vMZ i," Tat touchstone by which, men try us is often their own vanity. Majtt men employ their first years so as to make their last miserable. Maxt an honest man stands in need cf help that has not the courage to ask it Thk charities that soothe, and hea...

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. — 14 April 1882

A HUMAN BAROMETER. The "! ! Inirt Hody mm the Weather fM-trnttllcislly 1.x- Oae of tha roost valuable developments of motk-rn science aloriR the hue of human ticcra sitr ia the National Weather Bureau atah itiihou. Experience hu abown that eighty-six per cent, of the predictions of the signal Berrice are accurate ; aud tuese predictions are un .inestionabiy df the treateH advauUge to Uie sUman, the agricu tunat and the entire conv r.icrcial world. The seryioe haa proven IU necessity by iU usefulness, for in past times the facUitiee for foretelling atmospberio changes we meaKre indeed. The only indica tions our fathers bad of coming changes m the weather were aching limbs, twinging joints or painful corns. These " judications, thoucn crude, were usually correct, and bence naturally siiKgest the inquiry as to the reUtion between the human syUm aud the weather. The body ih uuimwtiouablv an excellent haioaicter. It forctdls-chaiiges ia the atmosphere long before thev occur, and this fac...

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. — 14 April 1882

flif Mlt f w-W iPii Ilri llNis, !E Mg) r yvgiTir ! 1 r SOU ARB DI2AL, Is now an established institution, we are m me lead, and mean to stay. We offer the most wonder ful bargains in all kinds of Goods. You must not fail to get oxiv prices before buying, as we warrantee lower figures than any house in the trade. 'Iwii'?-3 UVPf lAUFCT'T " SQUARE DIAL. SQUARE BEAL, Takes the cake wheti it comes to wlliii!? Women's Shoes. AVe offer a SOLID GOAT BUTTON SHOE for hwlics wear at $1 50, guaranteed worth $2 25, or money refunded. A ratling good CALF SKIN SHOE, SEWED, at $1 50, money re funded if you can buv it for less than $2 00. A splendid SEWED GLOVE KID, in front or side hue, for 75 CENTS. This shoe is worth more money, wholesale. A SOLID, BROAD, SEWED CALF, "Old Lady Shoe," for 75 CENTS, cannot he found lor less than 81 50. In fine A7D OR GOAT Shoes, lace or button, cloth top or plain, we save you 1 0C to $2 00 a pair, or puss hack your money. Don't fail to look at our mammoth stock of 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. — 14 April 1882

- - - - I l . .l j L.y.n "jr J":;. if ?HVTlI5 tTTPTTr f J -a tsvsjp- .uj -vtao 'il Litil t.- fallal -iff. GEEAT ATTRACTIONS at WSAWSrS- biggest stock, the best, stock, 'ho cheapest stock. Lai-go reductions in. prices of all kinds of goods. Now is the time to 5k your bargains. I am determined to keep the lead in first class goods, and at prices hat will satisfy all that they can buy the very best goods at the very lowest prices. AH goods warranted as represented, and no mistake. Call and examine. " - t that THE HICKMAN COURIER pi' JU-!IKr tVKBV FBtKAY BT ii SI O 56 K W. A 55 EC K IV UCKUlQr, : : : : KENTUCKY. Cyric Meine Buildine. Clinion Flreet. j iZ'onWxri:t" ir'- j ; ........ ieorie Warren. i.H.ICr. ! I'rlf'e of KnbsrriplJon, IYnAY: : f: : A "') S.. i ; reported that (Jen. Wnr, late Crreiit-aijk ratdilne for Fiesidsnt, will mute the race for CongicfJ ejaiu iu Iowa Mm fall. The MaineM Democrat n the teVarco v. Uc!oe.l. with Imt little pro! - I i '.r. t4...r .n i i arr, rrrfa thi it...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 14 April 1882

FARM A'OTES. Farm Raking t. Milk should stand at least thirty-six hours before skimming to get good re sults. Mb. W. J. Fowlek, Henrietta, N. Y., realized last year from his quince crop at the rate of $500 per acre. A tkterinabt writer condemns high mangers for horses, as they irritate the throat and create a tendency to heaves. The niaftger should be nearly on a level with the feet, as that is iu accordance with nature. Every farmer should select a portion of rich soil clear from weeds, which should be devoted to roots, such as beeta, turnips, rutabagas or carrots for feeding cattle and hogs. They are good starters for fall feeding. A trial was made last seaaon in Scot land to test the feeding value of an acre of cabbage compared with an acre of Swedish 'turnips for fattening sheep, and it was found that the cabbages were worth very nearly 20 the most. Oca fanners can raise 100 loads of pumpkins with very little trouble. Put the seeds into the corn planter with corn and there is no...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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