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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 19 September 1868

a s n courier iTKRt ATCRDAT, BX. .&;t!ALrtizi. Oa the corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts., , - - , - r (np stairs.) Rat es . of Advertising. One square', tenlines'or less7ne inserting $1.50; each enbseqnent insertion 50c. l&lMre 1 wonuw, ,, . - . - - . v - 3 . 6 12 1 2 3 e 12 1 2 3 6 u . it . ii t 14 ; 4 II II ' 10 00 15 00 , 6 00 ,. 9 00 12 00 18 00 25 00 9 00 13 00 18 00 . 25 00 35 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 ' 35 00 69 00 40 00 55 00 75 00 CO 00 90 00 140 eo it 4i 12 Fourth coluM 1 ant ... , 2 " onth 3 6 u Half column 3 month , m 6 - "... , 12 . -One column 3 months -ii 6 " - if i l-'! - 'Li Candidates. $10 00 . . 8 00 - 5 00 " Announcing For State Officer For County F-c Municipal OfBcers otieee of the above characjev will be in- eerted free of charge. Obituanea ana irio Ttee of respect inserted at $1 00 rer Bqaare. ffl-Advertiflemeats in Local Column $ I forfour lines or lesa and 20 eenta for each additional line. -r ' . '! "' ' -' . rv- Voluntary communications, contain ing in...

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 September 1868

iassp.il l'elirnarv 1. 1868. CIiaDter 63, entitled " An act to amend an act for r nrnfootinn nf Sheriffs etc. Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That upon the application of the sworn state ment of ten or more known .uncondi tional Udiod men of good moral charac ter, or three Justices of the Peace of any county in this State, setting forth that the civil laws can not be enforced, and that the law abiding citizens can not be protected in their rights and liberty with out the aid of the military authorities, it shall be the duty of the Governor to fur nish such number of troops a9 may be necessary to enforce the laws and protect the citizens from violence. Sec. G. Be it further enacted, That all all laws and parts of laws in conflict with this act are repealed, and this act shall take effect and be in force from aud alter its passage. Marrylngr lor Hie Sake of a Dos- BY THE AUTHOR OF TICCIOLA. Mv friend Cabassol used to say that a fmnUv tn ho. comnletc should consist of father and mother,...

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 September 1868

THE HICKMAN COURIER SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, T.LORGC WARKEX, Edllor. DEMOCIUXIC TICKET. FOR FBEKIDEST, , HORATIO SEYMOUR, - OF NEW YORK. ; ' O ' - FOR YICE-FKESIDEXT, GEN. FRANK BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. DEMOCRATIC EI.KCTOns. TOR THE STATE AT LARGE. COL. FRANK WOLFORD, of Cnsey. HON. JESSE . BRIGHT, of Carroll. P1.TH1CT EI.KCTORS. L J. L RIGGER, of McCrncken. II. A. K. 15 RAD LEY, of Hop in s. HI. W. W. BUtIIT of Simpson. IV A. II. FIELD, of Bullitt. ' V. BOYD WINCHESTER, of Jefferson VI A. B. CHAMBERS, of Gallatin. Vli G. W. CRADDOCK, of Franklin. VllI HARRISON COCKRILL, of Estill. IX. JOHN M. BICE, of Lawrence. Th r :imnai:rn In Tennessee. In tins issue we print an interesting and well written communication from the oV. R. McDnnie!, Esq., of tin v ry- - . . At,.n Thff inmlif ion ofl we ui ii ui ui'jjiuu.vi.. " v TcDntec is anomalous. It has no pa ralcl in American history, and the Demo crats, ot perhaps more properly spcakiug, the. Conservatives of that State, must adapt their effoits to the...

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 September 1868

v " v 11 I X ft V 'liabnV i"MAN COURIER SEPT. 19, 1868. Leave ille and North western .'Railroad. TIM K T A D-I E. PASSENGER TRA1S. Nashville at . . J:10 .(..'..I Hirfc man.. Z:1UA. M. Leave Hickman at. ; 6:20 r. ii. Jrrive at Nashville 0:30 a. m. ACCOMMODATION TRAIN. T . KT.. ..;!.. 6:20 A. M. Arrive at Hickman Leave Hickman Arrive at Vashville . 11:30 p. m. . 5:40 A. M. . 11:45 1. u. Fulton Democratic Committee. The Democratic State Central Committee t Frankfort have appointed the following Executive Committee for Fulton county t Henry A. Tyler, Chairman : George W ar ren, John A. Wilson, G. S. Miles, W, B. Mc Donnell, James II. Craig. For Congress. Wm re AUthoriied an.l requested to u ,oiX! THOMAS H.CORBLTT, of Bal lard ce-inty, as candidate for Congress in ibis District. We are autborixed and requested to an nounce lion. L. S. TRIMBLE, of McCracken county, a candidate for Congress at the 2o veniber -election. Goon News. If yon want fiheap home made Fnrnit.re, call on Charles Oswa...

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 September 1868

,T - I? 1 IMAN COURIER 'JIED in D SYKK7 WXKK BT & Martin, OJb 'Jb 'ICE . Oa the eorner of Jackson and Kentucky sts., (upstairs.) Bates of Advertising. One square, ten lines or leas, ene Inserting f L60; eacn iUDsequent insertion we. 1 Squire 2 von As,-... - 5 00 3 - - 7 00 10 00 15 00 6 00 II II 6 12 I 2 8 ft 12 1 2 3 6 12 U . . . - i u k ti it it u it it fl It u II I tl a n 9 00 12 00 18 00 25 00 9 00 13 00 18 00 25 00 35 00 15 00 Fourth column 1 month 2 " 3 " ii ft tt " . Half column 3 months ii ft " i 12 - One column 3 months U ft. . i . , ii 12 " " - 20 00 25 00 85 00 50 00 40 00 65 00 75 00 60 00 90 00 129 00 - Announcing Candidate. For Stale Officers - - 15L9? ForCounty " - -,,- Sj For Municipal Officer - ' - - f Kotices of the atcecbaraeter 'ill be in serted free of charge. Obituaries and trib utes of respect inserted at $1 00 per square. gSf Advertisements in Local Column 51 for four lines or less and 20 cents for each additional line. - Voluntary communications, contain...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 26 September 1868

Phunnrsraplis.' A soldier., being on picket reserve, ' went to a farm house, as he said, to bor "row a frying pan, for what purpose none could imagine, as there waa nothing to fry. However, he went to the house, and knocked at the door, which was opened by a lady, who asked what he wished. "Madam, could you lend me a frying pan ? I belong to the picket dowp here." Yes, sir," and forthwith camo the pan. He took it, looked in it, turned it over again, ani looked into it very hard, as if not certain it was clean. "'Well, air," paid the lady, "can I do anything more for you ?" "Could could could you lend me a piece of meat to fry in it, roa'rni?" and he laughed in spite of himself. He got it. Araoros of the heated terra, a Boston gentleman writes : "Last Saturday my mother-in-law came on a viit. In a short time it became so hot that I was obliged to leave home." " Thomas Hood died composing, and that, too, a humorous poem. He is Baid to have remarked that he was dying out of charity 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. — 26 September 1868

4 HE HICKMAN COURIER SATURDAY, . SEPT. 2G, 18C3. GEORGE WARREJt, Editor. IIEMO CRATI C TICliET. FOR FRKSIDEST, -HORATIO SEYMOUR, n OF NEW YORK. FOR VHE-PHESinETT, GEN. FRANK BLAIR, OF MISSOURL . DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS. TOR THE STATE AT 1ABGK. COL. FRANK WOLFORD, of Casey. HON. JESSE D. BRIGHT, of Carroll. DISTRICT ELECTORS. -J. M. BIGGER, of McCracken. -A. K. BRADLEY, of Hopkins. -W. W. BUSH, of Simpson. I. - II. -111.- IV -A. II. FIELD, of Bnllitt. V. BOYD WINCHESTER, of Jefferson. VI. A. B. CHAMBERS, of Gallatin. . VH.i-G. W. CR AD DOCK, of Franklin. VIII HARRISON" COCKRILL,of EstilL IX. JOHN M. RICE, of Lawrence. The October Elections. On thq 13th of October next, elections will be held in Pennsylvania, Ohio, In- diana. aucLIowa. and the result will bo imi'iffMifiiiaiwin xtt imgti uf poop) on the Presidential question. ' ' xi the Democrats succeed in carrying two oi : the first named threewe thall be confi dent of Seymour's election ; or, if upon the other band the Republicans carry...

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 September 1868

j Ulsofcy J2h COCKIER SEPT." 26, "1868. .-r and Norttiwp,stfirn . Raalroad; .;'; TIME TAB,E. a jt iTr Leave Nashville at S:10 r. x, .Arrive at Hickman .... 2:iaA. . . Leave Hickman at. t:20 p. m. Arrive at NashTilW. 0:30 a. . - - ACCOMMODATION THAIS. Leave Nashville 5 20 a. .Arrive at Hickmaa..........-. 11:30 p. m. Leave Hickman :"0 A- M Arrive L A.shville 11:45 P. M Fulton Democratic Committee The Democratic State Central Committee at Frankfort have appointed the following .Executive Committee lor t uuon coum . Henry A. Tyler, Chairman : George War ; ren, John A. Wilson, G. S. Miles, W. B. Mc Council, James II. Craig. We are authorized and requested to an Bounce Hon. THOMAS U. CORBETT, of Bal-, 2 lard county, a9 a candidate for Congress in this District. -' We are authoriied and requested to an nounce Hon. L. 8. TRIMBLE, of McCrackeu county, a candidate for Congress at the No vember election. - tf TTf.ii wunt cheap horae- ,..i r..rniin'ri. call onJCharles Oswald. t m ii z m ii t w...

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 October 1868

J. r 4- ? I : '. ' j 4- f X' THE HICKMAN COURIER " PCBfclSUED EVERY WEEK BY AVarren &i , jVCartin OFFIOE Aa the corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts., j. , ... , (up stairs.) Itafcs of A 1 verifying:. Oae square, ten lines or less, e-ne inserting 51.50; each subsequent insertion 50c.' 1 Souare" 2 months, ... - & uu 3 12 1 12 00. nnir E ft! VOL. II. HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCia, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 18G8. NO. 45. ni mnnmiiiiiimi.m"i" mi" - Hickman Directory. jLt'iarneis at EatcZ T. 07 balder. Re 7- Tyler,- A. ka John A. Vglll", T.-J. . -'th, Troy, .- ' -v .1rc-r. Blau- 1 .r 'f".'. I m DEMOCRATIC TICKLT. FOR IKEI3KT, gORATIO SEYMOUR, ' OF NEtf YORK. r C- 1'OR VICE-PKKSIBEJfT, GEN. FRANK BLAIR, .OF MISSOURI. FOB c;itF.ss, if ' ... S3 4 . . 1 SJeatlis. aeter 'will be tn ''ituaries and trib TJl 00 per square. ' iALoeal Column $1 nd f-snt3 for each St J' Aa fi !i.-v Vt for tour Hues or A li fionai line. ' ' . IS."?" VoluntarT coiamunications, contain v- int; iateresting news, so...

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 October 1868

W V ! t I 7 Chips and Tilings. A Washington correspondent sayg, it 13 dow dilncultto find a .Democratic clerk in noy of the Goverumcut Departments ".Men worship the rising sun." Gen. Kei-snian says there nre not a dozen native white lLeoubiicans in the State of Louisiana. If a Frenchman buys a load of hay in lew York some of the local press im mediately predict war. Hut, then, hay always would create a commotion among asses. - The pirl who wanted to " kis him for Lis mother," concluded, after she got a taste, that she would go in on her own ac count Liveaiter. ILe law compelling railway companies in England to run smoking cars on all their tiains has gotie into effect. -- i'rentiee fays the surfs of the sea, like j -. ""fl -er!s of the boutb, are white. The sum of SoOO.OOO is annally ex pended in eleaniug the streets of Loudon. ;. Italy claims that German Leer and American fancy drinks are demoralizing tlij nation. -.According to all signs the ensuing win ter is to be an unusually 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. — 31 October 1868

4' 1 : rr.. 1 mTi pnmmpg1r.nL UMfi. V ' " I ilnil THE HICKMAN COURIER CiKOItCC WABREX, Editor. ICMQCKAX1C TICKET. lOU PKtSIDF-ST, Seymour on tlie Slump. We believe tbatGov. Seymour's action : in taking the stamp in tins nour country ;s danger, meets with the appro- !.,,! f n rooJ democrats, .me 1 Wn a riirlit to know the position of men c . -i. ? i . - i . tr. load them, licsuies ii. HORATIO SEYMOUU, a... "'f r vvw vnilK have suitercu wicu.i.v., OF NLW lOitK. ranipaicn by the manner in vnn. - . i T npfd- tOR VIC K-PRt.SIIET, W Wetoforc heev conducted , tin t "VT TT" TiT ATT? . i-i ;,, T,irsnn tOflwUSC OF MISSOURI. the mode of battle. The lt.dic.ls in the State campaigns lravc devoted the nu. von c-oOKi. i - ,;. nmi nover to pointing HON L. S. TRIMBLE. an,l exaggerating every disturbance iu the Southcru States, ana u..s"..j .-, - ajrainst cferrcd DCAOC'RATIC ELECTORS. FOR TIIK STATE AT LARGE. COL FRANK WOLFORD, of Casey. HON. JESSE D. BRIGHT, of Carroll. DISTRICT ELECTORS. TJ M BIGGE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 31 October 1868

x: - :. 9 "No-i: V eertH NT. s THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY. OCT. 31, 1SC3. Nashville and Northwestern " ' Railroad. TIMET A ll L, K. PASSENGER TKAIX. Leave Nashville at T.. S:10 p. m. Arrive at Hickman 2:10 a. m. Leave Hickman at 0:20 p. m. Arrive at Nashville , 0:30 a. ji. , ACCOMMODATION TRAIX Lc'ashvlle.....:. aveViiiWC "V . 5:20 A. v. Congressional Ticket. The following arc the Democratic can didates for Congress in this Ftate : First District IIou. L. S. TiiiuLIe. Second PL-strict W. N. Swcene, Esq. 'Hard District lion. J. SS. Golladay. Ifourth Dictrict IIou. J. P. Knott. Filth District Hon. .15. Winchester. Sixth District Hon. T. L. Jones. Seventh District IIou. J. P. Peck. Eigth District IIou. G. M. Adams. Ninth District IIou. Johu M.Rk. at present in Jin'.j'a city a .(IS n i e autb.- mJio is imposing on -feiresentiti: herself jsate Hon. Henry C. 'county, bhe states ( and is endeavoring to , .one of the depart ' ,-.'is;,J - thafciftsitur. j;'- x .V and- -at lean in ( -n- (f...

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. — 7 November 1868

i T THE SICZEAN COURIER Wntn' tfe-'Martln. ;i;v; . - .osns'XOU :v, As Ue wnril Jacket ui Keelecky el, (up aialra.) Hate f Aat'eKItuBir. "Out ), Wa (law r l, Intertill (l.W) ee iBaeaqeeBt lateruea turn. 1 to ware. I 100 1 00 ,i . 11 I , t , 10 00 16 00 . 00 : 00 , 11 00 i. -.' M M . . . II " , -' . j . . . t B ., . . , at , . ' m 1 . . faurth eeleaa I maetk , I ",. . a i , M , " It U 00 9 00 ' II 00 IS 00 tt 00 MM 16 00 M 00 U 00 U 00 torn If etleaa Baalki M 00 t 1: : "m -fi i. .tit .. . . oo Oateelaaa Beat , o ww ..) , , , ., j' - 0 00 ','.,. v- ' m : io oo ' Aaaattadaf (alata. : ferBlalaOaHare 1 ..''' 60 Par Canal ' ' ... 4 . . t 00 tar MaBitlpal Mtt ' , 00 v1( Wiwfn aaej ! . Nat lata af ( mbov ntmtar lll a l eavtad free ekmrfe. OUtearlee ill trie tjkta f teepee iaeenad at $ 00 fjl AAvertltamtat ia Ucai CaluM II fir torn Hate nlHtul SO eat fet teak aaditttaal Mm :" ' - (ay Velantmry taemaiileatiome, eaalala Ug iatmrtatieg aewe, Mlleii4 nam may eaMtae. Newe ItUtrt from Weetera Kta t...

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. — 7 November 1868

I2 mcHII ATI CO o I - 'raMMi tTvtat i T "VTarren 5t Martin ' omon ' v fH ik oarrmw af JiiM and Seatacky stt, T ' (up avoir.) ' CEOBGS WiBBESi EStr. .SATURDAY JiQV 7, 1863. ,, Tfc CarM BeMlt. .. ' Tin Preaidcatial aleotioa has resulted U tie overwhelming' defeat of the Do- norrtrY. Gen. Grant it to be President af tha United Kcatet fix list Beat foar years, and w hart (cot to pot tbt bett face on the malt that H will ben. Since (lie October election we hive bid bat lit tle, if knj hope, of Sejmour'i election, end consequently ire not greatly tnrpru ad it the result, ,-- Tbe only hope tb country bis is, the alonder one, Out Con. Grant will raise himself a bore the party that elected him, end dare to do justice to the whole conn- cry. i ne past nunorj or u rani uucs not . altogether discourage the hope. The ., x t.- . I J . nignininiity displayed ii the cauquaror tt Appouattes, end the ynttret tnd hon eat? toward the Southern people, exby led (4 Via report tt tl.i condition of (lie Sou...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 7 November 1868

TBif'fiicxiiAii ctfoalEfc. WashyilJfr .' and Northwestern i, , Railroad. ,: i. i ,! ! TIM 13 TiBltiiii- i nangii rim, ' Artist aU'lckmia ' .""'" tlO a. M. Leave Uirkmin M." '",,'' :fflM. rrlvk at HtSBvllIe e jO. . AoronotAno tai.. - - Leev Kaehvtll ' . r, MO A. . jlrrtva m Hkkua - ' ll:0. lata Mlrkma ' ' ' aV40 A. Urrlv at Atshvslle . ' 11:46 r. a. Uw Xm.U yon ul aheap heme Ml raraltar. call Char 1m Oswald, at kit bow Purnllar store. ,5, : ... : , tOWll TALK. 11 .'I : 1 J ,: ' it 1P i .. ' ' f .' ' ' 1 '. Oar liit'toWa talk waa hoi J, month (M'kei refulgent Huuiinor, child of 'the Ian, felt through nature's depth,- at Acade! by tie tallry hour, sod brrcuts 'vet to he fanned. ' Now, tobcr, tepid Autumn succeeds, ind e tee the many colored w'0 ' fading, abide deer-ling vr Wo, add tfie.couotryround embrowned. " Herk't through (lie 41b woods dy Ing ' run , -' faintly Ike winds are sighing ' ' v Bummer's gone 1 1 , "'' '' ' PovUmll Novwnoer th aielincholy Uiuutb." , Xba dead lotvot strew...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 7 November 1868

i,n 1'iuu or Livino.-Ii these TT davr of kigu prices it ill be refreskingM or uaiioK, u mo care j w kajw tht prices our KoglUh forefathers pid for their not. bteed and butter, l'l 1130 bread enough to food I hundred lice one dav, coet twenty-five cent, end a sheep Mid for eight eents. la 1200 the price of the bent wine was raised to twelve centi t quart, to ensblo dealer to live, by them. One ocnt loaves of wheal bread varied from sixteen to ninety nil onncee in weight, according to the price of grain. Wheat waa three eenta t bushel in 1386. The law lied the price of lw pullets at three enta ; and of a fat l ' from eight to twelve cents, according t the eeaaon of the Tear, in 1299. Ia 1313 Parliament filed the price of a lot oi at about twelve dollar ; or, if eoro feik, at eighteen dollar ; a ahora sheep atone dollar and twentj-fre cents; and egg at three cent a down; and other article of breadstuff, eto., continuing at the price given above. - la 1307 the best win coat five dollar ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 14 November 1868

HICKMAN Terns of Subscription lo THE HICKMAN COURIER, $3.00, Invariably in Advance. Clubs of ten, to the same post office $2 00. AdJreea, Publishers Uickmas Corsica, Hickssest, ty. rCBLIBBED SVBKT Will T "Warren & Martin. Os the corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts (np stairs.) VOL. II. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 18C8. NO. 47. THEHICKHAN COURIER THIS COURIER. Rates of Advertising. One square, ten lines or less, ene inserting 91.60; each subsequent insertion oUe. I Square Z months, g M M 6 M S t " - - 6 00 - 7 00 10 00 - 15 00 6 00 - 9 00 - 12 00 - 18 00 . 19 25 00 . . 9 00 f It . . - 13 00 - 18 00 - - , 25 00 . - 85 00 12 it Jeurth celumn 1 month i J 15 00 20 00 25 00 35 00 it it ii S e ii ii 60 00 ITalf ctlnai t months ii a ii ii 12 . ht colostm t months ii 6 " -" 12 44 8 00 00 75 00 60 00 - 90 00 140 00 Announcinf cantfiaates. For Plate Officers F rniinlT f 10 00 8 To? Municipal Officer . 6 00 E itiarrlases and Death. Kotieiisef the above character w...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 14 November 1868

Fall I'lantlugrofTlnefl and Fruit Tress. Now is the time to attend to the im PorHI matter of planting vines and fruit trees. A correspondent of the liural World Bays: " The foliage vines is now nearly dead- vu .ca ii may De removed with safety; (""uiiug ip unaertalseo with bd vantage, come think that if the plant ."J ",afc UI January, it is fall plant ing; but to thi we take exception: the full benefit of fall planting is only to be expected by bein- done in October or ISovember. While the arguments that arise from the questions of the leisure the condition of the soil, the condition of the plants are all in favor of fall plant- oi.u, uiucn care ana judgement are ucucssary in regard to soil and other cir ftances. Attention must be given to the sinking of the holes. We must ee that aeep noies are uot dug, so as to hold water and have the roots standing in min iature ponds all winter. In planting, cut tho broken off clean with a sharp knife. Trim the head in a evmmetrical manner, and ...

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 November 1868

v.; ' 7 X. THE HICKMAN COURIER ri'BLTSHED EVEKT WEEK BT r- - t . ; Warren & iMartixi. OFFICE Ob tlit eorner of Jackson and Kentucky sts., (up stairs.) The Final Result. The following States Lave gone Grant and Colfar : for GEORGE W.4KUEX, Editor. SATURDAY, NOV 14, 1S6S. A - a A SB A Word to Our Farming Patrons. Wc have repeatedly called upon oar srricultaral friends, to employ some of their loasure moments in giving us the ret ult9 of their experiments, and commu nicating to us their mode of farming, as well as any improvements in agriculture, which their experience and observation may have suggested to them ; hut we re gret, that but few have yet thought prop er to accede to our wishes. Our's is truly an agricultural cenntry, and we are certainly not wrong in Btatiog, that although we are situated in a part of the country which is comparatively thin ly settled, we can beast of an intelligent, industrious, and enterprising farming community. Then why it is thrft they t in that 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. — 14 November 1868

Hlfcav V V THE -HICKMAN COURIER. SATURDAY, NOV. 14, 1868, nasnville and Northwestern Kallroad.', .; TIME T A II L , PASSENGER TKAIX. Leave Nashville at. -Arrive at Hickman Leave Hickman at .Arrive at NashTille....;......".."' - CCOMMODATJOJt THAIS Leave Nashville .Arrive at Hickman .'....".' Leave Hickman. Arrive at A'ashville "" ..3:10 P. M. ..2:10 a. x. ..6:20 P. if. .6:30 A. M. .6:20 A. r. .11:311 p. jt. .5:40 A. M. 11:45 p. . New coru Is selling in this county' at 91 50 per barrel. ' '. IIickjian contains 5G7 town lots, Im proved and unimproved, estimated at a value of 250,000. FcLTON county contains 72,GS7 acres of land. Plenty of ground unoccupied to furnish 1000 additional families good homes. -:-m MARRIED. , - r . - - ' - , xuarriea attne Catholic Church in this Lrl 'v'?7 n,orn"K November 10) h, IMb8, by Father ODriscole, Mr. JOHN WIT TING to MISS MAUV HERTWPPif . . - uvu VWLU nf thia I A yA lo the groom and the bride, Of their circle the pride, May life its blessedness lend...

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