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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 June 1876

hkvt. BY KLr.ES-r. LLKBTO. Tevlittl re-t, too lit tie slefp, To.) many hours to n and roap At List disease and p-cin ! VVeak arrows tl.o never hm?riesl lnnl ; The it run .-rsl rope nitli, strand by olrand, BeneaUi a cea.teiosa strain. Tjet him who burns hi. midnight oil Id thd lonely and tinwhiilJiii toil, Thitik, wiin lie trims his Ump, Tlmt thus he trims hii lite ax wr-y. And ha-trns to arel his last low tell Its chtrkitesi aud it damp. He who would travel fur srol lona. And k.pp a stately s.rMe einl strong, . Memi r st beside tiie iray, A ceast-lcss pare at first may win, But ho who halts at wayaido inn, At last !i!l w D the diy. T' weary feet all streams are dep. All riis ar.? roimh. all hill are stet-p, A way-worn travelers know. On. hour f ru?t is priii-losa boon T him who tolls through h.-nsof noon. With uiiniul stu; aud slow. Then, re who ho to make your mark Ere yo'ur Lift night-full cola and dirk. Ami siand aliove the throni;. On kohih far. atiii-knwd h.i-ht'l thought. Or ...

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. — 9 June 1876

V. ' - f- ' ,., : - , 9 , . ' - -i " A?-4 IIICKMAN COURIER. PCBLISHCI CTERT WISK BT OFFICE: Clinton street, next door .to N. V. Harness & Co.'s Hardware store: " 1 vp 8TAIFS. -' ' 7 he OU-ut Newspaper in Western Kentucky. 3eore Warren, lator. lrice of Subscription, $2. FRIDAY, JUSV: 9, IB7C. Eiuxlno. Notice. Mr. George Warren has sole an thority to collect any subscription amounts for the Hickman Courier, duetorae. Jno. C. Wilson. It i probable tint both houses of Congress will aJjoura about the 12tb of this month. One of our Paducah corre?pon Jents, a prominent public man, writes ms, that he tbicks Judge L. S. Trim ble, will enter the Congressional race. After a lonjr anJ careful review of the political field the New York Her aid concludes that Conkling will cer: (airily receive the Cincinnati nomina tion for the Presidency. mMhe mny - plitictl--ifciiop3 being held'. just . now it appears the campaign is openiug earlier than usual. The present outlook seems to indicate a warm c...

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. — 9 June 1876

THE HICKMAN COURIER, FEIDAY, JUNE 9, 1876. Advertiser mvt fend in their Jnvort ly 8 o'clock TlivrtJay morning to in mre their appearance in Friiluy' paper. "tijik tablk or THE 17ash.ville, Chattanooga and St. Lc wis Kailrcad. AKRIVE AT RICKMA: 3 p. m., mail and express. PFPAKT9. 8 a. m., mail and express. UlllTF T JlSHTltW: 6.05 p. m,, mail'and express, PFPAHT. 11a m.. mail and express. Fulton Lodge. 'TCo. 120, A F. & A. M., meets the second Monday evening in eve ry month, at 7 o'clock - Officers, Chas. Baltzer, W XL V. L. McCctchen, Secretary. J. O. O. F. Tlickman Encampment. No. 51, and Ful ton Lodce. No. S3, I. O. O. F., meet every alternate Thursday evening. Officers of Encampment T. J.J-ane, C. P.. N. P. Harness. R. 8. Officers Subordinate Lodge-SanTl Land rum, N. 0.; R. Levi, R. S. I. O. i. T. Hickman Iodpe No. Oti, I. O. O. T., meets every T.n$Hy exenin. at 7 o'clock. R. M. Mathe.nt, W. C. T. S. N. White, W. S. RKLIfilOr.S. ;-. ' ' i it , (is fiooiji, and in Baptist'. Ser...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 June 1876

TIMELY TOPICS. AT Bostox journal reports tliat the pastor of a fashionable church in that city has on several occasions recently been obliged t call public attention to lemale members ot the congregation, who mate it a rule to come after the ser iees have begun, in order that their gorgeous get up may have its crushing effect on the multitude. The Servians are sharp. Iltring pre pared for grim war, they now refuse to acknowledge the new sultan, on the ground ot the irregularity of his acces sion to the throne. Murad can do noth ing tle but "suppress that wicked re bellion." It is a struggle between Sclav and Ottoman, with the chances in favor of the Sclavs. The Baltimore & Ohio railroad com pany, which is just half as old as the re public, has commemorated its semi-centennial by the compilation of a map of the region, now the United States, show ing it as it was a hundred years ago. The map was made from works and records in possession of the New York Geographical society. The n...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 June 1876

A Wa.lS'! roUTMAlT. 1 fin f fare where paia Is past. Awl paco triumphant rrigns at last, Tio shallow iwaor, no fithil mr 'Twist nin drops on an April day ; Hutfrae-ol hrareo ma-le maniftskt. That time and change cannot molts t The index f a soul at rest. I 1o not know, I miy not trace The r tory of that iiirlured face ; Whetlmr the world that rlneed her round Esteemed iter fortunate or fonnd l.an?e plae for pity in hei lot. Or 1it.J her onve ami then forvot, And wtta as thoogh it kuew her not. Not even the painter's name is told, The pli-ture in so old, so alii; Or, railier euch a little snarw Js granted to the fairest la-e. Ami hand most tunnlnif to portiay The beauty of its transient day, tre death has wrapped it in decay. But yet the legend of tue anul Is plainly writ as in a scroll i those pure features (rarely aweet, I know earth lay beneath her feet ; And how ?e gained the rictory May well remain a mystery, The fact is hope to you and me. Fut when the storm wasaovernast The a ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 June 1876

.J .... i'M'it-it-,Y11-aM,-i--inrr,Jit-'--'itfT1-tf -r . . . ' .--''W;,r. v . . a-;. ' "-fMtlm, Hif tl.MM - i ii-iit'rrJ- -----r--- ----- 1 . iitckm an courier. PTntMSHEl TERT WKSK BY GEO. WVTlTlEs . OFPIGE : Clinton s'reet, next door to X. P. Harness & Co.'a Hardware store: rp STAins. 7 he O'tfntt Xmmaprrin W'rttern K'-nturlo. CJeorjje Warren, lE-lHor. Prlco of Hn5ripi!fM. 82. FR1DAT. :.TnSE 10. ISTfi. J - 15.14.110 motive. Air. Okoroe War BE! ha sn'e mi- mono's fnr the IIiKMn foraiFR, due to me. Jno V. Wilson. t -w t-No nominations at Cincinnati, up to 2 p. M ye ter.hy. T it h N E it and Roon E. emdidites for Cnncresf, at" to fpeak at Uintoo, Monday. From rnr.v.r, it is possible another "Richmond" will then enter the field Congress not having adjourn - ed. m w is expected, it is highly itn- r.mhabie. that Ju L-e Booos cau bo bo pies.'Ut. M-EAKKK Kker Las been complete ly exonerated of the charges against I. i m by the vote of the full committee, both Republicans aud Democrats ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 June 1876

V 4 . . . . . .,. i. it .V., I HE HICKMAN COURIER, IKIDAY, JUNE 10, 1876. Advertisers must send in (heir Javort hy 8 0' cluck ITiursday morning to in sure their appearance in Fridays paper. TIME TAMiK or THE Hashville, Chatt&acsga and St Lozis Saiircad. ABR1VE AT HICKMAX: 3 p. m., tuail and express. EKVABT9. 8 a. ni.t mall and express. ARRIVE AT N ASH VlLtR: " C.05 p. m., mail and express, DEPART. 11 ft. m., mail and express. Vinson i. Fulton Lodee. No. V20, A F. A. M., meets the second Monday eening m ete ry month, at 7 o'clock Officers, Cms. Baltzer, W. M. W. L. McCctches, Secretary. I. O. O. F. Hickman Encampment. No. 51. and Ful ton Lodire. No. S3. I. O. O. F., meet every alternate Thursday eTeninjr. Officers of Encampment T. J. Lane, C. P.. N. P. Harness. R. S. Officers Subordinate Lodge-Sara 1 Land rum, N. G. ; R. Levi, R. S. I. . . T. Hickman I.od?o No. i I. O. G. T., meets every Tnesdnv eveniue. at 7 o'clock. K. M.'Maiuk.nt, AV. C. T. S. N. WniTE, W. S. RKLIGIGIS. BlPTts...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 30 June 1876

THE WEEK PAST. Blood has been shed in old times for smaller insult than the New York Her ald puts upon Boston in calling it "a town which is known in history mainly because it puts molas-es into its baked beans." Moreover the statement is untrue as well as insulting. The mo lasses is put in before the beans are baked. MypjL Clark Gaines, who claims to own much of the land on which the city of New Orleans stands, has received much encouragement by the late ruling of the United States supreme court, and has gone kick to New Orleans, where she will re-open her suits for the estate which she has been fighting for for the past half .century. The bill recently introduced into the British house of lords lor the regulation of the practice of vivisection provides that when no anasthetic8 are used the . experimenter must first furnish a certifi cate that vivisection is indispensible to the experiment, and the experiment must be performed in a registered place, and by a person socially license...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 30 June 1876

rUILAUELriUA LETTER. Woman's Paviliox. The New Cextcry. Miss Allison. Woman's Medical College. Kansas and Colorado. ArsTRALi.v. Sidney IIarb?r. New BotTii Wales. Gold Pkodcct. Inter nal Improvement. From Our Special Corroepondeat. Philadelphia, June 17. The woman's pavilion is nearly in order, some sculpture of Miss Hosruer beins wanted to ccmplete the art department. Her copy, in gik bronze of Lord Brotrnlow's Golden Gates, with the sculptress, is daily expected. Here are very hill and creditable specimen of the schools of design in New York, Boston, Lowell and Pittsburg, in -carving, pa'nting, porcelain, prints aiid carpets. Also laces, ribbons, ehawls, scarfs, cloths, lithography, electro type medals and, of course, all kinds of eedle-work. Tapestry weaving and various xinds of loom-work, ana basket-making, etc., are in daily operation. There are some use , ful invention's for practical housekeeping and other purposes, but the great drift of woman's effort, as here displayed, is ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 30 June 1876

t5e""5"ckman courier, : : JUNE 30, 1876. FBIDAY, Tfariueri must send in their favor ,ure their appearance in Iridays paper, - WANTED6 want the local news f your vicinity, ucl "9 birtlu", niarri ges, deaths, improvements, I slate, of rops, tc. If your neighbor baa a large bog, or a tot cow, - t," - wr - - on or corn, let ua know it. Iocal Sews. Ttlib & Harness, of this place, (oat about $2,000 in the Jackson fire. Hon. Clint Handle, of Hickman, is iiiting Bailey Springs, Alabama, for it health. A negro girl, nged 7 or 8, fell iu a jittern, Saturday night, and wan Browned. THERE is a protracted meeting po ng on at May field. Rev. J. D. Bush is ksaiating the minister in charge. a offered for sale, with ti e hotels and other property. Corman & Co., are to have their Storehouse thoroughly repaired, for the fall trade. , The wheat market is opening, but 'rot at prices expected by farmers. The highest price for best quality is Si. A fitlilkt of th nnv Allot: r enfI. I was killed 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. — 30 June 1876

HICKMAN COURIER. rFBdsnEi xrr.nx wkk bt GEO. TYjTtTOZlX. OFFICE : Clinton ptreet, next door. to N. T. Harness & Co.'s Hardware store: IT BTAIXtS. 7h OIJ'M Xnnptpc(Jn Wrttcrv Kfntuciv. George .Warren, Tfiilltor. Pric?1 of SulrripIon, Fill DAY," : JUS!? -SS..I870. IIi:sinc police. Mr. ,Geobvtr Warren has sola an- thoritj to collc-t any nnbTif)t;on amounts for the IIiokman Courier. due to mo. Jxo C Wilson. Aliaf-nt. The el:torof the CmrmETt hm Vn uuavoilshly sbfnt from duty a por lion of this week, whieh neeonnt for tbp scarcity of eiiiori.il aoi local mat ter in this issue. - .."' OUR NOMINEES!.- The Nationald Democratic Conven fion at St. Louis, nominated the Hon. Sam'l J. Tilden, of New York, for President, and the Courier accepts Lis name as the harbinger of tri umphant success in November. His record of itself a platform, and his name a tower of strength to the party. The Democracy present to the Ameri can people a tried and experienced statesman, a man of postive, strong and ...

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 July 1876

THE WEEK PAST. GllA VE A Sl GA J' Probably the most miserable creature on earth is the family dog which is sus pected of having a leaning towards hy drophobia, but which suspicions are no strong enough to warrant hia being shot. Over 130,000 women are empioyea in various kinds of labor in New York city, and in general at very limited . wages. Few can make more than $10 to $12 a week, and numbers a-e com pelled to get along on as little as $1. while others can make no more then 25 tents a day. The Indians on the Yellowstone, or more prebably the Indians who are not . on the Yellowstone, are giving the ex liedition sent against them a good deal of trouble, simply refusing to be found anywhere. A enemy who has no need of a baso of supplies is never more troublesome than when he is wanted and cannot be found. Males abound in negative electricity, females in pot-itive electricity. Hence they 'are naturally attracted to each other. Tut that is not all. They are thus attracted to begin wit...

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 July 1876

Gil A X DMO Til ER. Grandmothers are very nice folks ; They beat U the sunta in creation ; Ther let a chap do what he likes. And don't worry about education. I'm sHre I csn't see it at all. What a poor fellow ever could do For apples, and pennies, an J cake,, Without a giauJuiother or two. And if be is had now and then. And makes a great ra ketins noise, They only loot over their !k, And wy. "Ah, these bvjs will belxys! Life iaonlr short at lafst ; Let the children las imppy to-day." Then they hwk forawhile at the sky. And the hills that are far, far away. Quits of ten, as twilipht romes on, (imndiDntherssintc hymns, very low. To tlienselTes, as thev rock hy the fire, Alrut heaven, and when they shall gc. And then a bnv. stopping to think. Will fin 1 a hut far in bis eve, To kn w what will come at the last. For grandmothers all have to die. I wish thev rouM stay here and pray. For a boy needs their prayers every night ; Some bovs rooie than others : I s'ikw, Such as I, uti a wonderf...

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 July 1876

. "hi : f HICOIAN COURIER. GEO. -WufVTmiSiN". ' OFFICE : Clinton .treet, next door to X. P. Harness & Co.'s Hardware store: I f staibs. corge VTnrrcri. Flrc of WstfcHrriji 1 5V f .1 tv 1 V - Samuel J. Mdcn, OF SEW YOUi. FO" VI K PKCfcirrNT, mi. A 77orfl nfilvSi CSStl.l. cia iv..- OF l.Nri.'S'A. it- V.'arken has solo an PuWrijdion thorily to collect any ...nourtafor the Ifit'KM a N CV-t Hint Jue to me. J -NO 1 Wilson. Grant polled G.OO'J vjtes in thi- fon-ressional D'tric', but that doe ..t.- it pertain that Henry tluus- V.n can. Grant was a bederai suMier, r.d Henry aa ex-confed. iH.iuU-d United States Senator to (ill the vacancy caused by the resignation f 31 r. Morrill, who lias entered uj ou the discharge of his duties as iitereta ,y of the Treasury. TltE Democrats have no bore of ':nrrjin Ohio, and DO great hope of ll- . i ii i-arryiug Indisna, in October. He ace a " these elections will not lay so impor ..... . . -,, Mnt a part in this as in previous 1 .-s idcutial election...

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 July 1876

V ... ' - . ? - THE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, : : : : JULY 11, 1S7C Advertisers must send in their Jucors by 8 o'clock 2'hursilcy hiornivj to in sure their appearance in IriJuy'i paper. WANTED. We want the local new of your ieinity, such as births, marri ages, deaths, improvements, stale of crops, etc. If your neighbor has a lare bog, or fiue cow, or & good crop of col ton or corn, let us know it. The first cotton bloom i credited to Sassafras Ridge the 1st of July. The Planters Hotel, tiicktaau, is va cant. A good opportunity to buy or rent. Born To the wile of Thomas Gleeson, a boy. We congratulate. Mr. Ferrell, who wis u candidate for sheriff, we are informed, has wu'u drawn. More thaD 1,000 aeres of land was sold by sheriff Walker last Monday, fr taxes. Tl IV WuIUpa l U,i,.h..;i,h.!!r ; ; ; . 1 ; ; Justice of the Peace, in Fu'tou Jiti itt, vice R. E. Smiib, resigned . , , . , I x-ans, leim., vote i a thirty ttsou j sand dollar subscription on Stur.lny I to build a natrow-jru....

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. — 21 July 1876

THE WEEK PAST. Ex-Mayor Kastmax, of Poughkeep- sie. has given five hundred of the street Kws nf thst cilv a straw hat. with this advice pasted ia the crown: " IWt drink, don't twear, don't chew, don't smoke. Be industrious, work hard, study hard, play hard, and you will never be hatless.' "With the best wishes for your future welfare." Lieut. A. B. Crittenden, of the fourth Infantry, who was among those killed by the Indian, was the only son and child of Gen. Crittenden, of Ken tucky, who now resides in Washington. Lieut. Crittenden entered the service in October, 1874, and at hi3 own request, was assigned to duty i 3 this expedition against the Indiana. The Cuban! revolution is not sup- pressed yet. .The insurgents have a powerful ally in the yellow fever, which thins the ranks of the newly arrived irp.-ini.sh 6oldiers so rapidly that tlie troops are practically powerless. Every insurgent loss is repaired at once, and the wearing and wasting campaign goes j steadily on to one inevi...

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 July 1876

CENTEXNIAls CORRESrOXD ESCE. Front Our Special Correspondent. SPAIN. Philadelphia, July 8. This interesting country, of whose exhibits w e have incident ally spoken, has entered with a large degree of sympathy into the enthusiasm and the prac tical idea of the exhibition. The exhibits are not confined in their ownership to any class, but every circle has sent its contribu tion. The president of the woman's Cath olic association, Madrid, church ornaments. The asylum of Mendicity, Seville, embroid eries, shirts aud handkerchiefs. His Maj., the king.of Spain, sends locks and ornamen tal iron work for dwellings. Count Pallares semi Sabots Count Nieulant of Valencia, bayonet; director rgeneral of cavalry.com- lete mounting. There are some beautiful embroidered shawls from Madrid. Fans are also in great variety of style and finish. No where does the fan come into greater play 41.. n in h PTHceful hands of a Castuiau maiden, ttircelona sends paper. Toledo is to Spain what Lieg is to Belciu...

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 July 1876

7 i - ry -." gcraiAN COURIER. GEO. WARBEN, Clintoa "treat, next door to N. P. fdarneas 4 Co.'e Hardware store : "CP STAIRS. Th Oldest Ntwtpapet in Wmtem Kentucky. George ITarren, Hdi tor. Price of HnlwcrlpHon, $2. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1376 FOR PRESIDENT, Samuel J. Tildcn, OF NEW YORK. F0R' VICE-PRESIDENT, Thos. ii. Hendricks, OF INDIANA. Biisim-fcH Notice. Mr. GeoP-UE Wabrks has eole au thorily to collect any subscription j amounts for the Hickman courifr. due to roe. Jn". C. Wilsos. l'ubllc JipeaUloj. IIoo. C. T. Allen, Democratic eleo lor for this District, i aonounced to address the people of this county, on the political iu, of the Pre-ideiitial campaipo. next Friday, the 2Sth io utant. Fie is n talented, intercstin?. iA-wrt pwfei? -penker. and washoulJ be plad for bim to have a good crowd. The day appointed is unfortunate in hi reppect, nevertheless, let m moy turn oat as possible. The lad9 re invited and respectfully r-l'JJ to attend. The Sioux TndUn3 Dumber Jo.WO to the United '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. — 21 July 1876

S r f t JliA.':. : It IS HICKMAN COURIER, klDAY, JULY 21, 1876. tverliscrs must Stnfi in Oteir Javot's y o o clock 1 humility mommy to in ure their appearance in Iridai't Bethel College, Rcsselville Bethel College, Ru38e!rville, stands foj most among the educational insiituiirp of the South. We suppose it standi I best. It was originated, and is .yet t dor llie guardianship of the Baptist Kentucky. Its corps of Professor n gentlemeu of learning and Sucre's t aper. j teachers in their respective department WANTED We want the local news aB,J thrugQ tr efforts and the i.iunil yonr vicinity, au.-h as births, marri- CeDt euJ,"mnt f "c!i weakly ci.iietl ts, deaths, improvements, state ; of , ,3, urw, ps, etc. If your neighbor has a large , or a fine cow, or n good crop of cut er corn, let us know it. I asked my heart unit love i; It giveth answer meet: Two souls, and hut one thought , Two hearts, but one heart beat 1 Whooping cough kecbalies at LdJ now tY sayliristow U to ik here, duringt...

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 July 1876

THE WEEK PAST. The senat has confirmed the nomi nation of Jks. N. Tyner, of Indiana, a postmaster general. The secondiry lu:bl of the darlened portion of Venus, now visible every evening, ia 1-elieved to be in the nature of the aurora borealis. The house has passed a bill appro priating $200,000 for the construction of two military (losts or depots in the Sioux country, in accordance with the reconi niendalion of generals Sheridan, Terry and Custer. They know how to value talent as well as beauty in New South Wales. Mrs. Seott-Siddons, who is playing an engagement there, writes: "A very remarkably handsome Fii Islander took a great admiration (or me, and wanted to buy me of my present lord and master, lie was willing to give six bunches ol bananas." What do you think of an unbroken furrow six miles long! That's what you can tee any day by going to Elm river, where Messrs. Dalrymple and Grandin are breaking prairie. The teams start in the morning and make one round across an entire t...

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