ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Hickman Courier, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 13,367 items from Hickman Courier, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
13,367 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 21 April 1882

THE IOKMAB COURIER, rnuuia nui rusit it GEORGE WARREN, HICKMAN, KT. OFFICE HEINZI tUILDINO, CUNTOM STREET G2CORG-X2 WaKKKN, Editor, JPrlo ot Subscription, i j S3 XII K GOLD THAT WEARS, W parted one eve at the garden sate, When tiia dew waa on the heather, And I promised my love to ooma back to bar lire tba pleasant autumn weather That we twain might wed When tha learea were red. And lira and lore together. She eat me a treae from her nut-brown hair, And I kiawd her II pa of cherry. And gave hrr a ring of the old-time gold, Wlih a atone like the mountain berry Aa clear and blue, Aa her eyes were true Sweet eyre, ao bright and merry I Tha wealth of my love la all I have To give yon," the aaid In turning; "The gold that wear like the radiant stara In yot)de blue vault burning I'' Aiid I took the truat, Aa a lover must Whose soul fir kive la yearning. , -, Tate kept na apart for many year. And the blue aea rolled tetwea na; Thnue-h I kissed each day the nua-brown treaa nit rowa Ut Vaill...

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. — 21 April 1882

Am ITatltl.a r rmmmm mt Tatete, MtmrH roresxteUna-e wfclela ItmUm Powff fnl firm Weak. tOolden Bole.) Much apprehension bu been occaaioned throughout America from the announcement made by Professor rroctor that the retarn in nineteen year of the great comet of last arim mer will cause the destruction of the earth. Bat while people are beoomiug to atrangely exer ciaedover thia announcement, an ereiit of far more aeriooa importance, which t taking place to-day, aeema to be almost wholly overlooked. The nature of thia moat rital anbject can be beat explained by relating the following expe riencea : . . Bisbop E. O. Haren. known to the entire land, waa unaccountably awakened one tiht out of a aouiid sleep, and lay awake until morn ing. Ilia mind seemed ununnally actiTe, and he not only reviewed hie put life, which had been an FTeutful oue, but laid extensive plans for the future. lie did not feel especially ill, but could not account for the unusual activity of bis brain, nor for tbe re...

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. — 21 April 1882

i m mwu PkBNU.NAL. Mr, Pock Pells left for Nashville, Wt 1 nesdey morning. l'r. Juke Thompson aud Mr. Lowe, f lip toriville, were lu lhck man, Wednesday. Mr. Albert Iluddlestnii, Marshal of Ful ton, vieited Hickman, Saturday, nud also Tutsdaj, bringing trisouers to the coun ty Mr. Will Wadt, traveling agent for the Fallen Furniture factory, 'visited llick-niaa,- Puuday. gMY. and Mrt. Will Hall are visiling their relatives Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Hublsrd. They will leave for Florida ahortly. l'r. Phelps, of Columbus, Ky., ia vis'i 'ting old friends, iu Hickman. Mr. Abe riaut, one of (he merchant princes, returned (o Ilicltnieu, WeJnes . '.V Judge William, of' Owsnsboro: ' and dipper, of i'tducah; are probable candi 'dates lor Superior eeurt Judje iu Ihie Lis Irret. , ; Jss. P. Cheatham, twenty .years ago, Mayor of Hickman, now of Union City, visited us this week.' Our populatieu is changed that be knew very few nitre l.-e tised to know everybody. - ' v Mr. Alei Urns lead was danjceromlj ...

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. — 21 April 1882

- -i .- -."jt -t.-QWIf SS rVl.", t-m in ArtfUir- EE a ..i i t j r 35 .JL w i a ,: - ; . iiS!Aj-li-.SErP the biggest stock, the best stock, $3 EE AT ATTRACTIONS at the i-heapest stock. Largo ! :!;!: ;o;k in prices of ail kinds of goods. Now is the time to got 3 -1 I am determined to keep the lead in first class goods and at prices Dili illl. "n Avill satisfy all that thev can IUv (ho very best goods at the very lowest prices; All goods warranted as represented, and no mistake. Call and examine. r, if n 59 i m" n mi i.i j 11 ,,w THE HlCKMAff COURIER ! i rm.i'iiiKi' K"K?ir rmn.11 , ej O 5i - V. W A Jf It K X , j rl'P'iT HICK MAS, : : : ' c cl J r,KrK.Kn,inxe taiMinj, CT.inlon Street. 01 let I .NVov ;'T i i.'rr Atli'wt.'. 4eorj;e Vt'iirren, irlee of SsibMerlptio. im ; ! n A Y : : T? : A T K I L. 2 1 1 8 , IjileroKtiiiR Iteisi9. -- -.- " ' I i i ! .t tt-o rri'a'e rUinn before I 1 ' - -" ' . ' . ' (Vrtrix fuot up If .nt v la 'on.,. .l,rr rr h-V revived $21,000 from of hnok " j Tw nrrinre ...

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. — 28 April 1882

IE HICKMAN COURIER, GEORGE WAItltEIV, HICEIH, ST. OFFICE HEINZE UILDINO. CUM 10 STREET GSOBOK WaHBEN, Editor, Z?rlo of Sutoaiorlptloxa. i i 83 TUB TWO OLD B1CMELORS. Two old bachelor war living in ana house, On naught a muffin, the other caught a mouse, fetid he who caught the muifln to Mm who caught the raouM: " This happuns J tut in time, for we're nothing In the hiniM ev) a Hot piece of lemon, and a teaepoonful of honey ; And what to do for dinner ainoe we haven't any money ; And what ean we expect, if we haven't any din ner. Hut to lose our teeth and eyelashes and keep on growing thinner T " f aid the one who caught the monaa to him who caught Uie tnutiiii : We might cook the little mouse if we only tad some stumn ; If we had but sage and onion we could do extremely well. But how to get that attuun' it ia difficult to ten." 1 heee two old bachelors ran qnickTy to the town. And asked fur aage and onions as they wandered up and down. They borrowed two large onions, but no sage 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. — 28 April 1882

FA EM NOTES. Ill-ventilated stable are hot-beds of dihoase. Aximals with email chests do not fat leu rapidly. Toland-Chisa -wine carried off the the main prizes at the last great agricul tural fair in Denmark. Undkbokousd silos of 500 tons capoo itj, with proper ventilation, are now the rao in Germany. Dry fish frnano contains more than fif teen times as much nitrogen as is found in stable manure. Plenty of sun and a "warm' soil are needed for growing mangels, whilst swedes thrive best in a cool, moist soil and climate. Is highly bred and liberally fed ani mals the teeth aro produced earlier than iti thotso living under the reverse con ditions.. ... . ,. Small, yolkless eggs, sometimes ob served in tlie care of fowls, denote over feeding, most likely an exclusive diet of IiulLiu corn, with little exercise and no green food. ' Hkx manure carries less water than ctablo manure, but more nitrogen and organic matter. As to totash aud phos phoric acid, there Li a great similarity in tho 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. — 28 April 1882

Dawin, the scientist, is dead. Jesse James was a Republican. Ladies Shoes 65c: Square Deal. Tplaut Bro's it Co., will engage wheal Tor June delivery at $1,10 per bushel. WilKs Jones, Esq, says, the wheat erop of LaVe tonnty, is great! damaged. A glass factor; is tabs established near Naihville. A telephone office will soott be herei Maybe. Trot oat some candidates for tit'g istrates or City Judge. Oar merchants are boomiog talogs tfve'ly. The prices for the Decenaries of life are abundant. II r. Book Tl omss, an old citizen of. fulton, died last week. Miss Kat9 Buchanan, ot . x-;...-, is visiting her brother. II. Buchanan. Taa Dyer County Fair begins Tuesdsy, the 10th "day of nest October. The wife of Jude Wm. Liodiay, died, in Frankfort, last week. Big straw hats 5c: Square Deal. B. A. Neale, tt-common wealth At torney in this district, will engage in ho tel keeping at Fort WortV, Ark. Hiss Adenia Morjras), of Union 'City, is visiting her brother, Mr James Mtso. ' Miss Looa VTe.of ...

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. — 28 April 1882

a JffiWGKEAT . ATTRACTIONS at - the biggest stock, the best stock, wgw ftlA sC-; W the cheapest stock. Large reductions in prices of all kinds of goods. Now is the time to get your bargains. I am determined to keep tic lead in first class goods, and at prices tliat will satisfy all that they can buy the very best goods at the ycry lowest prices. All goods warranted as represented, and no mistake. ,Call and examine. THE HICrMAN COURIER - fl'BLISHNI) I'.tWHX . K.. AT BT a K O II 12 W A 21 11 K . II I CRM AS, : : : : : KI.N7UCKY. ' OrrirK Ilclnie Building, Clintou S'rtt. Kit! PA Y APRIL. 23 18S2. jidci: rn..En rnn m i'Eic- lor Jurl.- In Ihi issue, we, by authority an nounce Jndg Jo. M- Bigger, candi date for the office of Superior Court Judce. Jiidite Bigger is t'.o wall knewu to a rn.ior'uv of Iht reader of tbt Courier to need any introduelioa. Ua ia a lawyer of eminent ability, and has occupied many public plan a f tvea Lim by tha peopl of ihi Listrict. I!a mas for six years Judge of...

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. — 5 May 1882

M ICM CODRIER, rnunxi svnY raarav st GEORGE WARREN, IB I w K n JL X IK OFFICE ETZI U1UMXQ. CUaRMI STttCT Prlo ! SxabsMSrlptioi ea A RECOm TIIA5ATOPSIS, T KICBABD BBXBT CTODDABO. Hot what we wonld, bat what wa molt, Makes op lbs sum of tiring ; Bmiid ia both more and leas than Just Id taking and to givta. BworiU clears to handa tha aooffht the plow, And laurel mlaa tha soldier'a brow. Ms, whom Uaa city bold, whoa faat Hara worn lta atony highways, Tatni liar with 1U lonalieat atria lta wbj ara navar my ways. My craUla waa bssids tba sea, ' And thera, I hopa, my fraTa wQl ba. Old homestead t In that old, gray town, The-vane a seaward blowing, 1 by slip of garden stretches dtnra To ilm the tide la flowing ; Prion they lift, their aalla ara furled, J he ships that go about tba world. Dearer that HtUe country bonne. Inland, with plnea baaida it; Some reach trees, with on fruitful bough A well, with vraed to hide it; Nn tonn, or oul aaoh as risa r-etf-aowu, poor tilings, whlotk all denpta...

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. — 5 May 1882

ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE tarrdl tba great cm-tlre property of DR. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES. UNDOUBTED CURES - or CONSUMPTION. The Originals of the following Loi ters, as we as many thousand others, which lack of space in this paper pre vents our publishing, can be seen by any one at the Ofice of Dr. J. H. Schenck & Son, in Philadelphia. We ask the afflicted to go and see the people who write these Letters. If this is impossible, write to them, enclosing a stamp for return postage. For other Certificates of Cures send for Dr. Schenck's Book on Consump tion, Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia. It gives a full description of these diseases in their various forms, also, valuable information in regard to the diet and clothing of the sick; how and when exercise should be taken, &c. This book is the result of many years of experience in the treatment of Lung Diseases, and should be read, not only by the afflicted, but by those who, from hereditary taint or other cause, sup pose themselves liable ...

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. — 5 May 1882

Local Items. rtmit Dro & Co.. will engaie "li"' for June delivery at $1.10 per bushel. Mr. T. W Dickey, of Newborn, is fisWag friends here. Tb.e yottn people of nickmn. en joyed dace at the court house, Monl ty night. Jo Carry, of Cairo. peJ throturli Hickman, for Maiden. Mo., where he goes Into businee. Hon. Ceo. IV. William, of OwensVoro, is n candidal far Superior court Judge," In thi District. Win. Belle Fortuoe, Ike ccompliabeil wtisio teacher of Newborn, Teno , visited relatives in Hickman, thi week. Th Mijfield lr mot V. W. Smith, Eeq., to run for Superior Court Judge.. Alvin Uswkin has been nominated by the Republican f Tennessee for re-elec-tle to the o(Ee of Governor. Mrs. Mahooej'a cb.lr (rave rati ical soiree at th residence of Mr.. Sneed Strong, Friday night last. Tl o core crope io MsdriJ Beoil ere pretty well plaate', and good pr,erts so far. The army worm if ruining the wheat crope. EMers JAttle nod Dal'on, of the rriuiitiv Baptist church, preached at TopIar Grov...

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. — 5 May 1882

S3. E3ESST5 W .1 the biggest stock, the best stock, Bgr&REAT ATTRACT at rr&sj w.r4-w the cheapest stock. Large reiluctirflis in prices of all kinds of goods. Now is the time to get your bargains. I am determined to keep the lead in - first class goods, and at prices that will satisfy all that the- can buv the very best goods at the very lowest prices. All goods warranted as represented, and no mistake. ; .Call and examine. El FjFI THE HICKMAN COURIER prr.Mtifii kvrcY Friday i:t i i: ii a r iv a ii u s: , UCR.UAX, : : : : : KEXTUCKV. Okfick Uclnie liuUliiiff, Clint in Street FKf tA Y.: MAY, ") Hi Tcnod Gents. who f.ml it ilifKcult in Thn,e country towns to l;r.y fiffe inriush inr ;ool.s; ami who j:i rurally mid on for tlioir fine dorwear, &t, will find everything t!i v in onr Stock. tlnciu undo r-lnrt, Silk Uo- 1 Fu-i . ii'crs, inu.ortctl Fancy Mi-rv, Jin.l t;io iosi num- jvu, , 1 A 1 - I . - .1kf ft ' crcuic and wliito i-liirt., in the market, at j rriCPSth-.'.t arc not ...

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. — 12 May 1882

,5 M fflOKMAH COURIER, ruusa itui wkidat bt GEORGE WARREN, ' BICKH1I, IT. OFFICE HEINZf IUIL01N9. CUSTOM STREET GBOROB WARlljaj, Editor. Prlo of SabMrtptlea, ' t t ft2 THE PE IE JIEAYT TO Gl'E. There's tannj tale of a tln(ry man. Who waa none, too Rood, though be might har ben wera; WTio wrut to hi ehareh on a Sandav night, and carried along hia waU-nUed puraa, Wlin lha arxton came with hla brgglng plata, The church waa but dim wILa the oaudlaa light; The stingy man fumbled all through hla pane, And choee a coin bj touch, and not tight Its an odd thing now that ritlaeaa ahouM b Bo Lk onto penniea, in shape and atsa. I'll give a penny," the stingy man aald ; 1 he poor niuat not gifla ox peonies) deapite." The penny fell down with a elatter and ring; And back In hla wat leaned the atlngy man. "The world ia so full of the poor," he thought, " I can't help them all 1 glTe what I can." . Ha, hat how the aexton amlled, to he sure, - Xr aee the gold guinea fall In hla plate f Ha, ha I how ...

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. — 12 May 1882

HARVEST. Sweet, iwwt, sweet. It the wind's Kins, Aatir in the rippled wheat AU day long. It bsth the brook- wild gayety. The sorrowful cry of the tea. Oh, hurh and heart 8eet. sweet ind clear, A bo re tbe Ircuet's whirr And hnra of bee , Rites that soft, pathetic harmony. In the meadow-frraaa The innocent white dstMes blow, The dandelion plume doth pas Vaguely to and fro The nnqntet spirit of a flower. That hath x brief an hour. Sow doth a little cloud ail white, Or golden bright, Drift down the warm bine ky ; And now on the hoiiscn line here dusky woodlands lie, A snnny mist doth ahtne. Like to a veil before a holy shrine, : Concealing, hall revealing, things Divine. Sweet, sweet, aweet la the wind's sonK, Atr in the rippled wheat A'l day loo. That exquieite ranalc call The reaper everywhere Life and death must shara. The golden harvest f alia. 60 d. th all end Honored philoeophy, Krtenre and art. The bWm of the heart ; Master, Oonaoler, Friend, Make Thon the harvest of our daya To...

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. — 12 May 1882

S-J r'T,l!: jgf II . yilll. - 3?5?ai ' xmm - : ii ii Ctep v pUi' lfttefiP0mt with wiri tefe TO OUR w4k' THE STOCK, Tinv wo lT 11 t r i 'i.u 60. We Jil.AI, tvll, nuii'". tiiui me Ltl..i tiiui U1C ?f U of low Hardware, Tinware Stoves, &e. SOLE AGENT FOX THE nwim wvm. maw THE LIVE HABDWARE HOUSE, OP 3EIIOIC3yLJV3Sr,' All Good in (hit lin told at BED U OC K 1 II I C 11 S AHKJirS FOR axb MAxrrATrnrtts or COPPBK, TIN, and SHEBT-ISIOH WABE FITTEST nnnfo n f.tf ttniw tn five vou mi Idea how eell tine SEWED GOODS: HEAL TAMPEKA KID a line button Shoe, dd in citio at SO 00 a pair. We have thcni at the wonderfully low price of :5 t0. TINE KIP, ( loth tap, an ih'nt button idioe, sold everywhere at 4 CO. - can sell them at f 2 '2- an.l $2 "0. GENUINE TKnilLE GOAT, one of the most durable and handsome style button rl. i" the tnarkvl; Chbai- Stoiu bell them at S3 00. We only ask yoa SI "o for them. GENUINE (iOAT, patent leather f'ni-h, worked button holes. Thin shoe cannot be sold on earth tor ...

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. — 12 May 1882

vs3tf 23? tress? the best stock, 3 t KLf'tZ- till: mF.. n H In 1S . m Sl J-- t9 m I am determined to keep the lead in first class goods, and at prieos the cheapest stock. Lai-e reductions in prices of all kinds of goods. Now is the time to get your bargains. All goods warranted as represented, and no mistake. Call and examine that will satisfy all that they can buy the very best goods at the very lowest prices. THE HICKMAN COURIER pvclisiik.o Evtnv rnniAT i:y ir i-li K W V i n a: X HICK MAX, : : : i:i:XTirczr. Orrics Heinle Building Clinton Street FBI PAY. M A 12 ...... The ex Ktnf e ss I'tigrnio ' is iii-Vbil nr. I she I.vm Hit otlur . iy; ani jet Trincs is tbt "fo- iitt iiiit!i.n." Onterror Il'rtckbnrn rpr? tht pfni t ility of cnilin tie l.sisUi'ira tojU'acr at a Urrlble nrrinity. Neithtr fir, flooJ, fuminp, ioiiM imlc !n to do v... tV .11 ol.mi!,! rinn tnftilior h Uliibt ittu tbe batfol rroc'atnmion. Oao I'iic, ir., nf Igan county, h auel tko Courir-Jcurnal f -r ? ,'.0, 00' . ' t...

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. — 19 May 1882

THE IllDnUB CODUB mum avnr fkiixat bt QEORGE WARRKX, V f a ' HICK MAX. IT. " OFFICE-XEINZS IU1UMN0. CUM TON STREET Xrio ol Baboo j-lptlo. t i 68 BOB OF THE COLDE5 CITT. BT WIXJ. k. 4TS, " Hay, Mister, come ait down awhUe, An' listen. I waa tnar. I tail 70a, sir. It got so hot , . . . The Are noorr bed my h'ar. I woke np vben the whistle bio wed, - . As' nope I may be darn Eft lot Ua lira a minute, air. To rua front atam to stern. But, Mister, yonll forgive tbaaa tear, t That from my eyelids fall: It makes 'n coma to think of him, - The kero of them all. x 1 . Tba one who at tha throttle stood, - An' never Smelted with fear, But aacrnoed bua Dobla Ufa i, ; "fl)b" Solly, engineer. Mid all the wad, excJttnx scenes, Tha rriee for help " the yells, . 7 - bob alood tbar a the engim a, air. An' ajiswrved all the balia. ' Be locked at death squar In tha ay a, Aa' toble throttie eiona;, 5 An' waiting for that gong to say, , " I'B 4 o.Ht sever rung. , . .j, i . T Fi.ri, bo doubt, thought of w...

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. — 19 May 1882

THE LITTLE M0BM05 M1ID-SERT AST. When we came to live u O entile among the Mornooi in Utah, the first . difficulty we met niter establishing oar honsehold, was in finding servant. The first cook we hired, at exorbitant wages, was a Chinaman ; but as these Celestials have neither godlinea nor the next thing to it, my wife soon discharged him, and I came home one evening to find that he had packed op hi things and a good many of ours and was gone. We had a yonng China-boy for house maid, but he allowed himself to be in fluenced by his discharged fellow-serr-ant and took French leave the next day. Misfortunes never come singly, nor go singly. My wife now began to walk the town over in search of a girL Women-servants, especially youn girls, it is diffi cult for Gentile families to procure in some parts of Utali, particularly in towns off the railroads, where the Mor mons retain their great prejudice against the "foreign element, as the Gentiles aro 'called, and rarely allow their daught...

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. — 19 May 1882

i Local. Hems.- Mr. Jot. Fttaeale has been elected Assistant chief of Polict at Cairo, About thii time btgio to look out for the eotaet. It will be visiable ia dav ligbl next moatb. 1 Yoaaor'e coU and wet aereMetioaa have tbe fa been verified. We will -excuse him oa tat fro it basinets if he ii willing Tbe Priateten Baaner aad other papers ia tee Purabaia ara tetkiaf of Capt Stcna aa a ptbabta and proper esnJUale Tor Congress from (ha Firat Distriot. cx-r pester uwens ia aanoaacea aa a candidate far Congress egeiaat Jo. Black- burn. Tba raea will be a salsa J4 era lorteal display. Taa ait of Charleston, la . Mississipp eoaofy, baa paid out f525 thia apriaf for digglag ditcbsa end plantiag out shaJe traaa en tba atraeta. Tbe araoj worm baa beau 'eiaf aama terriblv oglr work Ja poriiene of thia eeaatv. Tba lata irtut baa bee great! damaged, and tba grata flalda li t- arallv ruinad. , , If ViDor, tba Canadian weather pro phet ia oerrect, tho coming summer will bo "tba raToraa of alaar ...

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