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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 September 1874

-A. v. ?tjk 1 W ' SOUSEIIOLD HINTS AXD RECIPES. A Odai Salad. A correspondent of the Gardener's Chronicle eajs : Here is a ealad that will delight those who eat encumber with bread and cheese : Take a tomato, not over-ripe, and cut it iuto (dices, as 70a would a cucumber ; take a email onion, and cut it up as fine ai you can, sprinkle it over the tomato slices, add Bait, pepper and vinegar at discretion, and you will have a salad which, as a relish, puts the cucumber to shame. . Baked Aprc, DcmpijswS. Roll out some dough thicker than pie-crust, and inclose a handful of sliced ripe applea well covered with sugar and butter. Bring the edges together as in any other dmnnlineu. When as many are made as are desired, place them side by side in a pudding pan. spread butter and sugar over them, and pour boiline water to about half cover the dumpliBgs. Put ti-.em in the stove and cook moderately fast until they are nicely browned. The butter, sugar and water make a nice sauce, which can be e...

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. — 18 September 1874

&L- HICKMAN COURIER. PUBLIS3EI tUt WEKX BT Oeorge Warren, OFFICE: corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts., (up stairs.) Wfi-n Kentucky. 7fce OfuV-'t Sterpfr a "Boni: WABEX- Editor SEPT. IS. 1S74 FRIDAY, FO.; COVERNOK HON-WM. LINDSAY, OF lICKMXX CO US TV. lltisiociatlc Xotlce. The members of the Fulton County Democratic Committee arc respectfully :-ted io meet in Hickman, next JiOU- day, (Sept. 2) for consultation in regard j :nll for a Congressiouol nominal- j ie couvenuon, to consider the manner j .holding county or precinct meeting, j i,;.,.. ..ue for the zeueial good ; Ttie COIlgreSSiOIial Convention, j ..... i. in Xoniineel!"u"i"" .r . . v no nt Who will be the uominee of ,ne i Democratic Convention which is call -t in. mot in i'adUCaU, UCtoocr XJiu . This U the question that isbeitijj ---- ' i i Vthia pered in ditierent circles; and we cer . i.. on!i! t.i..anWftr i lZWU-lJ,tS vciitjua, uj urucu (" i" ; manucr, because cf the posMbility of j the clc'ciiou of ft Uadlcal, and Lot ...

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. — 18 September 1874

J HE HICKMAN' COURIER : . I SEPT 18 1374 j 111 DAY, We are authorized to announce IIos. ..... . .i s a cuuiiiiinte lo represent tnr peopie oi i 1st Kennies r uistnct in me next v- . :.. .i. ...... 1 . . - ... , . i ongrcss iff the United States. We ar au'horizc-d to anaonnoe Has. scar Ti-n.R, of Ballard, as a candidate represent the people of the 1st Con ressional District in ihe next Congress !' the United Stales. We are authorized - to annnunce Hoy. K. Boon, of Graves, us a candidate to epregent the people of the Int. Conjrres ion.tl District iii the nest Congress ol ic United Stales. Stale Auditor. We are authorized to announce Col. D. oward Smith, of Owen county, s a ' i ihdidate for re-electiou as State Auditor, t. the August tlwiion, 175. suhject to iie acou of the Democratic party. IHIIIII II im WWM NEW GOODS AT NEW PRICES! r E HAVE JUST EECEIVEi OCR fVV XEW tt 1 1 1 n nri;rniMi orr!fiifr im&UliVIMMUlft, nsistiiijt of BOOTS AND SUOK5 of ev- ry dt ecrintion, for LADIES, GE...

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. — 25 September 1874

boURIER ISINO RATES. a or less), 1 Insertion. 6 1 50 60 hertion K BQTJARK. 00 6 months 813 00 00 I 12 months 13 00 O SUUABES. 00 3 months 912 00 00 I 8 months 14 00 23 00 EE BQCARE. 00 I 3 months $13 00 00 0 mt-n'ha 23 00 33 00 TH COLUJf!. 00 I 3 months $23 00 00 6 months. So 00 59 10 lijf coimx. 00 6 mcnths. ..35$ 00 .. 75 00 ..$90 00 ..119 00 a coi-ntx. 00 6 months. XG CANDIDATES. 310 00 8 Oi) ere 5 $0 ES AXD DEATHS. love character will be innert- Obitn&iiea and tributes of one dollar per square. n local column, one doj!ar o.i-i, aua twenty cents Tor mmanications, containing touted from any qnartor. "enter". Kentucky and Ten- eeirea. THE WEEK. ess well, in Bartow county, ' k rm since, has been tried and Vettyman of thecoith- id postmaster at Marietta, ted for embezzlement and ns of the postoffice laws. G. Pennypacker, colo- infantry, has been a-i iand of the Federal troops Jieviug Gen. Brooke, who it his regiment, the third Ala., was crowded with drawing rations in accord- 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. — 25 September 1874

v ER NOTES. . yhio state fair the Gran tirnished a room on the .or the transaction of order -3.ST Check srranffe, Missouri, has .tioned the Pike county court to .rant no more dram shop licences With er. m in ner Doraers. Tkh granges of WilliaEuson county, Tennessee., at a recent meeting at Franklin, resolved to eubscribe $200 each to purchase and hold the county fair grounds in perpetuity. Wk are askei to stale Trhat the granges are doing. If we were author lzed to answer for them: we Bhouut say in brief the crancea are Quietly at tending to their own busineif and they wish that others might tind as mucn pleasure and benefit from like occnpa- tion as they do. Exchange. T. R. Allen, master of the Missouri state grange, having been chosen by a paper of the state as its candidate for governor, recently wrote to the editor, firmly declining to be put in nomination for any office whatever, adding tbat he did not regard the position of governor of a state as more honorable than the one he...

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. — 25 September 1874

. .. sm. ...X CKMAN COURIER. PaSLtSIiCI VEKY WEKK BT he corner of Jncksmi and Kenttcky sis., (up stairs.) O .'. Xtwtifl'trin Witt'rn Kentucky. I DAY, : FKPT. 23, 1S71 loii uow;lnoii OX. V M. Jai iN UbxY 1 , I Of j;J:i;M.X COVXrr. : -' i i Et-iHcta- r.ccltnK. I lvnio-rar.c Hsceu'tve ComutUtee ! tl.e '.n'rijjiHiJi j'.-.irict ii riirkv, i.aviiig c-ilW'.l C'ouventicn, ,eet in lViueoli, Thursday, Oetoher K-Ti, f- r l!c pisrp i.f n:a;:itinirig cr:uiizati n of tl.e par y and of iiiiut'.ni? 1'er.i.scrat to repvo-ci: this ricl in t! JJ;!i Congress ol tLe L':ii "'io.": an- !irtTin Jireored the Coim- .':."i-iiiive l-i!.iu!ltee of each county, i i I in i ia '- su ps t itrcn re f f-ir on-I . r c . j-re -iuti ot' the sen limeaia and .,. ,.f th riir,.v itl eroty ounty ; r. f'.-re ar.d in piirsuniice to ll:e call, i nrl.T to e.i::u!v with ili-se lirec- i t Hie "i.triot. Coraiaittec, all l'e-ro- i . . : : - ..ar.:...t;i:n tiri-;l,l ill II 1- l.l MO. - - !:i;!v. are s.dleltc i and earucily I to i!ct ...

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. — 25 September 1874

I ER NOTES. yhk state fair the Ormn .arnisbed a roora on the jr tha transaction of order sst Ceiek prange, Missouri, has .lioned the Pike county court to a.nt no more dram shop licen? es with in ner Doraers. Tub granzes of "Williamson county, Tennessee., at a recent meetirjfr at Tranklia. re?olved to subscribe $200 each to purchase and hold the county fair grounds in perpetuity. We are ake to tiate what the graDges are doing. If we were author ized to answer for them, we should Bay in brief the sraDges are quietly at tending to their own business, and they wish that others might find as much pleasure and benefit from like occupa lion as they do. Exchange. T. R. Alle. master of the Missouri state eranee. havine been chosen by a paper of the state as its candidate .'or governor, recently wrote to tae eairor, firmly declining to be put in nomination for any office whatever, adding tbat he did not regard the position of governor or a Etate as more honorable than tne one he now holds. A ...

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 1876

j I . v - -- :,. .,-;- N,r--; , r ZmGZ: - , i P Offloa-q lonBtree OflROE WAi PKICt OF SCHS W... - -THE! :MIAW . fRIERi: - to pel s; hy, f 5 ' e,t.d tb t- nT "to "' " W J U'1 H I m fpT . NynsjgL : woi f jr - - .-iicr r . I - . . . ' . I . . f I -i r s 1! r k 1 . a - . EIIPTY GRAVJi 1 7 E QUEEN'S SPEECH cfttur, Oeorffia in a Furious Fever of Excitement. T;ntelijr' Work everl Coffin El- but the Silent Were Gons Occnpsnta muaitt uGA- Jan'ry 23.This cta. itSS'Si0' its grave-yard Cyhodj. pucity of rbth d,s,t,?v!"y -f tba m- tur hL a haSfXton th6tr"B,!- De( the edge of tlC ,tmry. ,octed large, and waX'Si uiclnr" for. There the !, , T Cai ed been laid to rest 'f th d years. A part of t'V thre9- fourscore as ''God's acp," 'AritT"" is set asid -J r VI -. . I " wees bko no one bodies in the disturbed, lut the extoii acion on rlrii- dreamed that cemetery hart Kr L v 1. " !'sgrv ci Israel aileron gare boud, w hile Smith . - ,1, jnii. ioe ooay was never K-ovM'e,l. Smith is still in jail. About .-...

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 1876

n ! ") ri ,' ) - . " JHHWiBMHHHHHaHMHWHft . V M is f I i t t t . -c p. Second Disco urse n" u . - carnage Ring-.1 es on iu wound all the mas': s&cred fee!In. von Font. yoursoul. iTe wt out our homo undei'Toji fVuIecn- In addit-iiln A -thafiinfrilhh wifh oKk hji I miVa fny mi. 5 WlH fill .',1 ... f .. J I .aaLi 1 n tne ; for Pointed n .. boarr ri. . Woman u tlll"g it Husband --mi. Guide iQ the Qae.tJon- V T. DelVitt Tal rmon of his .. 1.-1. : rscentlv The 1.o, . f. . J ci now in h,.hulf ,v -rr.iian anhood. Naomi ,t f ?n"lrriel wom. tbatthedevll J-'oSr,00 W 8wl- Lord grant vo ,..J Bae Pra .r iuob " 'The of yOUi in tne . ' - nnd rest, In thi er BtKlnndn on -The Mar- prayer- regard 13 Sftrifea ... 'ul and Christian Id". to the selection of . ' 77 men ,n the same praverr.,1 - ,",a.t-day I give to women in regard t,. .a aivic" "-band. but iheTt'- aj ing sermons much that I h IWes and .Ucl.,,. for applaud the celihn t women who, raer thin t m,lUitatl of ion, have uLnT "t lack of ormoi ...

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 1876

t''S""""'"A ; 63 5 ;' H f Freh conntrV Nice SaUia(?e,-t Lye Hominy p. a Y tfCEf CIRCUIT .Jl We are- authorized to ansT RANDLF.. of Fiilfn county. . is date for Circuit Julge. Election gnat next. r r 3f FOR COMMONWEAITH'S ATTOKN W are authorized to announce CITAS. II. THOMAS, of MeCraken county, as a andidate for re-eletion to the i!ii -e of Comtaon wealth's Attorney for thi u.iicU'. District. Eiention in August, lbS(. for counts' Judge. We are" authorized to anniiip.ee J NAYLOil, a- a candidate for tha office of County Ju ie of Fulton county. Election in Auguiti next. ' r.i:ii,io, Tenn.,! The I.Q'yJ"iC i uesday, after folio win 2 i. nt8 t( .of his brother who Handle, ' e.teUidate in t lie bottom below Judac in this distri? 'd was frozen to death; Clint Handle, of Hid -w storm about two i been 'nulled in by the He had his brother's coerced into announcin Is; 'i I r:-i-..t l . i: i 4- I'Jr-.i " K.in'u in it as a iiiiiuiunic i'-j' --u' 'aducah district other wav to sre hud been out. in...

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. — 19 May 1876

5 r I.. VI PI J L -a" -m T'T'O ft ,,ircl' Vv i oLi 6, J lUv . He DjT7ns the rno 4 fore Con-1 il Count the Da ft ;;!( pri will ie ii- weeks. l lit Mr. IutelicTanMerof Con.;ou the Democratic sid, , . -.r-unc. von forgottten that Lf gress from way riofcj CT! Confederate lieutemS Doings of Copes3. 1 The measures.' lediute and! . . . r. gress arc: the" bill, the Iiankr kota Will, and the atious. none f nallv efd upon for river demand are not on!v enor nions, Wnt wild in the extreme.' Tllo absorbing issue in Con gress is the nt tit f tit- re publican Senate, seeking to force th President to give the cruises ftr nfh removal and suspension from offiee. The demand has not only a paragraph, ,Y yet been inado noon the LW.dent, that our .eadcf, n,ay Vce the it nlparlv understood lhat it poiutM iu Wit. W " . , , . J i - ,.:t. .it. T i,i.iiii'itii. .ir. i.OiUC Arthur, yon sent ttt the Cotifcdcra John S. Mosby, to rc Government of the Li. i l . , ti 1 1 t t i - in a lorcign i"". 4 It I ... - .1 tl...

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 May 1876

1 .-; .K ' , . 1-.-' ; ' ', '-- y-r N - ? ;v' " . . . ; "i'ACTS AND FANCIES. , .THE CEIITEMAL, . The Great kmwim Killlion ia PMlaiBipMa. - Views of the Exhibition Build ings and Full Descriptions of the Various De partments. Arrangements, for the Centennial. The act of congress which provides for "celebrating the. one hundredth anniver sary of American independence, by hold inor an international exhibition of arts. manufactures, and product of the soil 1 mine." authdYfzed tbo creation the Unitel State centennial com"o)nrof and" intrusted to it the manan posed of the exhibition. This bod.v.ch. state and r- two commissioners ffof the respective -territory, nomiry.nmis3ioned by the '- - eovernors ' jn"Jnited States. The en- presidenKT'efoce; riistLnp tly a nation-! terjir-art'i not. as has sometimes been the r work of a private contra ction. - . r-'i. The exhibition will be opened on May 10th, lS7ti, and remain open until No vember" 10lh. 'There will be a fixed price of fifty cents for...

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 May 1876

1 lK v-. v latest NKwrp '.' - - n,. in offered for A rewaru ui f.tj -.-.to. ine capture of tho rrtertH-i Vitchell, I Juiemna. , .... .r. Marred and swindleu, Live lately Ken unearinea, - -Lg no Uttl. popular indignation u that taodelborg. ...':,,.., 4i. nicrlit of the in yju r." . .. . Khrcve- I "" " : Liu into the body P"" v w.- Ivinff there sick . n unci uicu - . . i of K. r. Moore, ----'-?. ... H lathe man ho Enrini Ridge, l; several weeks A new enemy v K.,t We it appearaneeon the p1J Katcbea. The nai!a, or alops, as theya.e eal ed.b-,e eaten the plant down ,n sever Illocamic., and inflicted great damage not only i " --o- w t TJod rTl Tlore has se al r. a. " raftd for Gor. Kemper, of A .Wn.-, -ckson the residue of the fund The et-im wU, purchawng the statue nsj(1 in 1nrchag. reete1 in Eehrn(irdttl annnaljy t the be Invetedj grajURte cf. the Virginia ik iWTiHiivuie, oi wnirn jcknon was a or foi some time. The iied.il will be nown as the "Jackson-Hope Medal." KANT. The Fall river 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. — 26 May 1876

'V ' ' "v. - ' -It - - - - Iacts and fancies. . . ?tt man in THE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, MAY 2G, 187C. Advertisers must send in their favors L?r3 ffrlack Thursday morning to in sure their 'appearance in Friday' 3 paper. TUSH takli: OF TFIE ITshvillc, Ciuttanocgi and St. Lozis Eailrcad. ARRIVE AT lilftMAX: :1 p. rn., mail and express. riFPART. 6 a. m., mail and express. ABRUT AT NASHVILLE: C.05 p. in., mail anil express, PFPART. 11 . m.. mail and express. Fulton Lodge. No. TJO,f;sn cyel meets tlie second Mondvf ffoers ry month, at 7 o"olpif. p, altzeb,' W jr. W L:. O. O. p. pitman Encampment. No. 51, ami Ful , n Lo.lye. Nn. R5. I. O. . F., meet every alternate ThiiTdrv eveuin wmeers rr -T. J. Lane. C. bncannttnent 1. Harne. It. S. Officer Suhordinalr- Lodge-Sain'l Land rrtrn, S. 0. ; R. Levi, R. S. 1. . . t. Hickman Lodge No. l)f, I. O. G. T meets every Tuesday evening, at 7 "o'clock! R. M. Mathexv. W f T S. N. White, W. S. The PriJe of Hickman. The just pride and boast of Hickman i...

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 May 1876

HICKMAN C0lBR- GEO. .A-IVREIS - , Clinlo. street, next door I.S.P. Harness & Co.'s Hardware store : vr stairs. Oeorge Warren, Editor Irice or SulMoHpliouJ??! Till Mr a r.oRQR Warren bas sole an- v.:.- ,.n11Pct any subscription . .Tno. C. W. fount j ne TriE RepublicanPtio,, bllt they lected hoIJinjSFLecause of his honest re forfeforroatioo. Some of them four on flrant. TnE Graves county democracy in convention last week recommended C. L. Handle for District Elector, and (Jeo. Warren iilternate delegate to the National Pem. Convention. Thanks. THE defeat of Thurman, the hard money democrat, by Allen, on a n i u fl a rfo r i-t- fion platform,intheUHSvai&tu,,r "veritr"? t)r0VCare,'fl Qnnflg among i lie in -. The soldiers of the war ollS32 to celebrate the 19tU of June this year, at Paris, Ky. GeuT Leslie C-jmbs wants all the old vetrans of Hickman, Fulton and Graves, to attend this year, if possible. Arrangements have been made with the various railroads and steam boat companies...

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. — 2 June 1876

TIMELY TOPICS. The St. Louis Globe-Democrat, in ref erence to the Hot Springs, thinks that J uailer all the circumstances, the best thing the government can do i3 to com promise the matter with the present oc cupants of the land, and if satisfactory terms on both sides cannot be arrived at to sell, in lets, to the highest bidder. A xew cap has been adopted for the officers of the navy, and those who have seen the sample at the navy department say it will make a great commotion in the service on account of its extraordi nary shape. It resembles the. Scotch bonnet of Glengary cap with cape and eyelet holes behind, and differs from it only in b?ing of regulation blue cloth. The Paris fashion inventors are deter mined to make woman's life a burden to her. One of the journals of that city says that no glove will le tolerated in good society this season with less than twenty, buttons, while another declares that in Ic.-s than five years knee breeches and six-inch skirts will be the fashio...

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. — 2 June 1876

A iLi:.i iub lun ". It Mmi that it hns I m 'ashlon.-ible for la iJt..r"rwitiinimM with t bright featu SVTef sot-blrds. ti l thnt the people "ho minister to thisfa"hi"n thiult tlit the feather preserre theIr tints betwr when Ui.d from the quivering body of the living birJ." O lady fair f Vauty nrt rare, Willi the smooth quejnly brow ami a glory of hair, With delic ite r-rte-bl.ioiH oil lip and on cheei 'lis to you, on behall of tlie birJs, 1 niut speak. Have you nocar no J-ity to spare, rVr the dear little ti-wi'l wild birds o the air. M u-u their plumage fr .u aisouize.1 bodies be torn. That tht-ir brightness your head or your heels may adorn i O lady fair auwpoae that you were A stm-t little delicate birilo' the nir, Hnutine in suri'liine an J niiijnn with Joy luea jupnoie a coa.ao, brutalized hobble-de-boy, Boo;h a a lar, bad spread out a snare. Anil pinioned a poor feathered captive down there, Wiuwi fluttering tn venie-nts and piteous trie Irew you down to the earth from those s...

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. — 2 June 1876

I HE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, : : : : JUNE 2, 187G. Adcrfivrx must send in their Jurors lyS oVar Thursday morning to in Hire their appearance in Fridays paper. OF THE ITssivi-b, Chittanesga and St. Lcnis ARRIVE AT HICKMAN: .1 p. m., mail and express. PE PARTS. 8 a. m., mail and express. ABRIVR AT nashviile: G.05 p. nv, mail and express, PEPART. 11 a. ni., mail and express. Fulton . Lodpe. No'. 1:20, A F. & A. M., meets the second Monday evening in eve ry month, at 7 o" clock Officers, Chas. Ualtz eh, V. M. W. L. McCuTciiES, Secretary. I. O. O. i Hickman Encampment. No. 51, and Ful ton Lodee. No. S3, I. O. O. F., meet every alternnte Thursday evening. Officers of Encampment T. J. Lane, C. P.. N. P. Harness, K. S. Officers Subordinate Lodge-Sarn'l Laud rum, N. G. ; R. Levi, R. S. I. O. U. T. Hickman Lodse No. I. O. O. T., meets every Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock. II. M. Matiienv, W. C. T. S. N. White, W. S. iti:i,sc;ious. Baptist. Services 2d ami 4i', in each month. Sunday School...

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. — 2 June 1876

v - ' . HICKMAN COURIER. GEO. w-TFinEisr. OFFICE : Clinton street, next door to N. P. Harness & Co.'s Hardware etore: VP ST A IBS. 7 he OMtXewpaperin Western Kenhtchy. George Warren, Eililor Price of Subscription, 2. FRIDAY, : : JUNE 2, IS7C ISusIncss Xolice. Mr. George Warren has sole au thority to collect any , subscription amounts for the Hickman Cockier, due to me. Jno C. Wilson. Our II In nit Column. By way of explanation, to the teaJ ers of the Courier, we should state that notwithstanding the appearance of these blank columns, they are fur nished with their usual quota of read ing matter. We have a column or so more of advertisements this issue than we had, authorized, iu the last. We hope, by degrees, to encroach upon this "glaring array of empty columns," by the insertion of sparLliofr, business like double column cards : and we so, licit the business ruen, professional - men, property owners, one and jiil- to embrace the opportunity now oue red We owe it to these peopl...

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. — 9 June 1876

TIMELY TQi'ICS. THtRE id an establishment at Passari, Germany, foe. drying eggs. The white and yolk are dried separately, so that much expense is saved ly buying only what is wanted. . The Prussian govern ment is about to put its soldiers on a dry egg diet as an experiment. Miss Jclia Mathewr, of the English optra boufle troupe, died at Mullanphy hospital, St. Loais, on the 19th, of rheum atism and malarial fever. " Miss Mathews was taken sick at Chicago in March, but continued oitho stage, and after leaving there 6ang t ; New Orleans, Nashville and Memphis. The story conies from France of a hor , roridmilar fo that portrayed by Dickens the death of a man from sontaneotis combustion-. The theatre of the tragedy was one of the suburbs of Paris, Fonte-nay-d u-Bois. The victim had lceii for years a confirmed drunkard, consuming on an average a quart and a half of bran dy a day, and frequently he would shut himself up alone for quite a jcriod to indulge unmolested in his debauchery , No...

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