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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 April 1868

namiiijniHj?; THE "HICEMAN COURIER, HH.Ikni ITiET SATURDAr, IlT Warren r ; Atartin. .'. i .... OTXaE - ; tka eeraer of Jackson and Kentucky sts., - ' ? J (upstairs.)' ' Tf HICKM Tem3 of Subscription to T H E II I C K 31 AN" COUEItB: - 83. 00, Invariably in Advance. Club of ten. to the same p ft offio JU Oi. Address. Publishers Hichhax C&uk, Hickman, Ky. vol: II. HERMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. APRIL IS, 186 NO. 18. I3S Tf ftlT T7TB jr-i to Hickman Directory. Attorneys at Law. T. 0. Goalder, Randle & Tyler, A. Kinsman, U. R. Walker, Johu A. Laaderdale, John W. Cowgill; L. 31. Kiehol, Oscar Turner, J. G. Smith, Troy, Tana. Physicians. - . ' ' Dm. Gourley & Corbett, Carter Blan ti, II. C. Catlett, A. A. Faris. Dry Godx. 3. ' AuffteTp, Wm. B. Benny, E. Case Co.', Wolf L Tlaut, J. II. Davis, J. 8. Hubbard. . 2)ry" Stores. - C. A. Holcombe, W. R. Walker. O ' Whohsals Qrocers. Millet & Ron'hac, V. A. McCutchen, " fit C. Eailay, Q LedwiJge. . Saloons. Jhn Ilelcza....

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. — 18 April 1868

lACc In Washington. C. II. Wehb, in one of his letters Jrom TVashiugtoD to the New York Tribune, thus describe nomo of the people he meets at the tedcral capital: Of whiskv inpr-ectors and. revenue officers men who distrain on a gnat aud swallow a camel who hold their posi tion by uncertain tenures, and have charge to explain away, there is an army. The wots of these innocents would fill Tohiroc3, and the tender fatuity with which they relate them is especially rharruinsr. One of thcnj.'who is eaiJ to have made 100,000 since 3Iay last, nail ed me at Wiilard's the other evening, and unbosomed himself in a sort of confi dential hari-kari. lie had mde Dth-i ins, he said; indeed, he was out of pock- it t.v irtuc of his office, and v ingly resign if permitted bn honorable manner. I Uut he stroimly objected with even shadow of suspiclS, on his character. Had he not been tuoushe might uow be happy auu'calthySf- On oce occasion, while investigating tne buuine-M of a distillery, he was surpr...

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. — 18 April 1868

THE HICKMAN COURIER, "W'arren & ZMtirtin. OFFICE Oa the corner of Jackson mid Kentucky ets., (up stairs.) UEORGE UARI1L, EdKor. f ATUKDAl APRTL IS, lgtJS. The Chance. The hope of electing a Democratic PrciJcut at the arproactiuiirr-pn ts 1.11 that ir left to cheer tb i rite people of this country, wa fail, every principle weV-tiii - ;M Via nwli.-1 in tlin maddened, vil or. restrained m. rcli of ... .... s. . th-e g-tvucw our relations, 11 the orth. jet it ;(r-sl(rI)rovid "immediately with- election in .jon.illy bri iotr u plenrus of liopK and j cint to a rlow aDd fijed awtikeiunsr imuw, those people to the dangers whiou suiruuud the . country. No man tan tell the contingencies which may arise between this time and November. Tho etrides of Radicalism, and the changes of circumstances, constantly occurring, pass the comprehension of our oldest and wisest nieu. Upon the supposition t hat fcHsomV'r w if reuiaiu as it is now, 1. e., that the elec tions in the Northern States are free...

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 April 1868

r v - THE HICKMAN COURIER SATURDAY, : : APRIL 131 18C8. ; Divine Service. ' Mthodit Chcrch. J. B. Harris, Pastor, ervieet every Sunday at 11 A. M., and 7 P. 11. Sabbath School 9 A. M. W. L. Mc Vtttchen, Superintendent. CrMBIELAMD PrESSTTERTAN CHrPCH. Berviceo at the Seminar? in Hickman, on the . firit Sabbath in each month by W. I). Wkakk, pastor. CuAiiit E. Robert, is our regularly au thorized Agent for the CortuE, No. 13, Viae afreet, Nashville, Tenn. Fulton Democratic Committee. Tbo Democratic State Central Committee , at Frankfort hare appointed the. following Executive Committee for Fulton county: . Henry A. Tvler, Chairmsn i George War ren, John A. Wilson. O. S. Miles,' W. B. Mc Connell, Jamei II. Craig. Tnr Grand Jury of this county was tfycharged on Wednesday the 15th iust. TLey found but four indictments. ViB. Plalt3m' the"firui of Wolf & ' Flaut, ba just returned from New York vityr wliere he h.n been for the last six week?, engaftcd .in buying a stock of ' goods for h...

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 April 1868

IN THE HICKMAN COURIER, KM Terms of Subscription to- THE II I C K M A X CO URIES $3.00, Invarfably in Advane. rriunu ktcky njltckuat, t Warren & SXartin. OFFICE a tk orar of Jackson and Kentucky ats (np stairs.) Clubs of ten, to the same. pest ffie f 3 VOL. II. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, IvEMUCKY, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 18G8. NO. 19. Address, Publishers Hickman, Kyi Hick ma Coiaim, THE MIC Hickman Directory. "" Attorneys at Law. T. O. Goalder, Handle & Tvler, A. . Kinsman, B. R. Walker, John A. Lauderdale, Jehu W. Cowgill, L. M. tfiebol, Oscar Turner, J. G. Smith, Troy,' Tn. FLicians. . Pri. Gour'ey &, Corbett. Carter Blaa toa, H. C. Catlett, A. A. Faris. , Dry Good.. J. Amberg, Wto. B. Benny, Wolf & Plaut, J. H. Davis, J. 8. Hubbard. ' Drug Stores. j. ' C. A. Holconibe, W. R. Walker. JVAosafs Grocer. Millet & Roalhac, V. A. McCutchen, H. C. Bailty, C. Ledwidge. . $ Saloons. Join Heinz, James Parkerr Jshn Witting. J(n Semonese. Ilardxcars and Tinvsare. ?t. P. Harness. ...

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 April 1868

A G KI CXX.T I'R A i PLANTING CORN TOO DEEP. ) Many f too readers of the Farmers' Home Journal, have, probably, every year noticed that, in a majority if not all fields), tbere are patches on which the corn, even if it ines op well, wheu about to form the second tet of leaver, -rill remain stitiauary, not prowing any fo as to be perceptible, for several week. We have often heard farmers speak of this btrucge fact, but none of them were able to ive a satisfactory ezpluiatiou of it. It was so, but they could not tell why it was so. , The same thing has been noticed else where and a correspondent of the Prac tical Farmer offers the Eolation given below. If any of onr readers have a better one, we would like to hear from them. Such plots are usually fouud to be those portious of the field which are "in the bebt order," that is, the most mel low, prefcenting the best covering for the hoc, and consequently arc usually cov ered much deeper thao where the ground is less mellow and the cover...

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 April 1868

THE HICKMAN COURIER. ri.tuKi evert iiti bixt. t : "W u. r i e n- cc !M a. r ti u . a tka araer vf JeVnn and Kentucky ate.. (up stairs.) ;r.oiti: wir.p.rv, Editor. 9ATUKDAV r - APRIL 25, 1 80S. The Trial of the President. llfore our next issue the trial of Pres ident Johuson by the Senate of the Init;d States for high crimes and mis ;cnienors will be closed. (Jn Monday l.t'the managers of the Impeachment otid counsel for the President aunounced that the - cvideuce upon each side was ioiod. Wednesday. 3Ir. Doatwdl, of tfif warjs'.'t'rs, opened the argument for the prosit' ution, reading his " address fnui printed copy. Mr. Ned son for the Jtitue . follows him. The Jenato Las hliorej all the Lnaiiaeru and all the nuueel toueliver oral arguments and to f !e. and have them printed.' It will f robably be the latter part of the coming week before a vcrdiet will be rcudered. We see do reason to change the opiuion v expressed before the commencement of the trial, that the eonvktiou of the Pi...

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 April 1868

A 4 i. ( THE HICKMAN COURIER) " " " ' ' -"j PATUIIDAY, APRIL 25, 1868. ... ; Ultine Service. Miteoiust Cnriw ir. J. B. Harris, Pas'or. ervices very fundav at 11 A. M., ud 7 P. M. Sabbath School 9 A. M- W. L. Mc- .a ichen, bupenuteudant. CrXBfBlAWri Fjl MUTTER TAS CnVRCTl. Fsrvires ut the .Seminary in Hickman, on the irst Sabbath in each month, by W. 1. Weare, pastor. Fulton Democratic Coniiuiltee. . TL Democratic State Central Committee at Frankfort - hav appointed the following ""Executive Committee for Fulton county: Henry A. Tvler, Chairman : George War rsa, John A. WiNon. . 8. Miles, W. B. Me Conuell, James II. Craig. QCARTERLY, -Meeting commences at the Methodist" Church- to-day. Elder ... By n urn ,will preach to-day aud to morrow. ' " ' mil MlTIItLD WOOLKN MlLLS. The oolu factory recently erected at May ' fld is now in active operation. They manufacture jeans, flannels, linscys, cfPsimeres. qujQ, blankets, etc., etc., that' will, compare favorably with that inacufaetircd else...

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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. — 2 May 1868

7 ? (? THE HICKMAN COURIER, FflLIlHIB EVERY SATURDAY, T "Warren & SXartin. t OFFICE . . , 4a taa eeraer of Jackson and Kentucky Bts,, " ' ' (np stairs.) Hickman Directory. Attorney at Law. jiomaer. lianuie x -tyier, .. ' iu Tl T? Waltf .Innn A. rSale, ' John V. Cowgill, L. M. T - n t- . o :t. T... , vsscar turner, o . jr. ouinu, a xwjr, Fhysicians. fJnnrW A- Cnrhrtt- Carter Blan II. C. Catlett, A. A. Faris. " rt uoods. 3m Amberfr, Wm. B. Benny, Wolf i Flaut, J. 11. Davis, J. a. Hubbard. Drug Stores. C. A. Holconibe, W. 11. Walker, t Wholesale. Grocers. Millet & Roulbae, V. A. McCutchen, H. C. Bailey, C. Ledwidge. ... . ' Saloons. - Jafcn Heinzft, Jamas Parker, Jehn Witting. John Semonese. Hardware and Tinware. X. Harness, S. X. White. 'Commission, Merchants. Boadurant& Drewrr. Overton Carriay Ha uu factory. tr l - - t Steele Francis Miller. JpTagon Man tcturers. Hertwiek Si Baltzer. r Tailors. Louis Persons, K. Case. Bakery. Pkillip A. Kaiser. Aml-rofypist. II. 8. Campbe...

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 May 1868

m ' ... . - ' 4 -3 ' ' J 1 Tlie Tilings that lVere." . A distinguished Belgian author, Dr. Octave Delcjierre, has deliberately gone to work and knocked away a bewildering number of proofs from the most cherish ed aneicut stories and traditions. There is the Colossus of Rhodes, for instance. The Doctor shows it to have been noth ing but an ordinary statute, set up near the harbor, which fiction insists it strad dled. In moments of sober reflection, it is not easy to believe that the sculp tors of the fourth century could build a figure under whose leg a procession of IriJ'tcs might sail, and never touch a piir. Next we are compelled to coucede the Belisarius never was Blind nor a beg g ir; that there was no femala l'ope iu the ninth century; that the tomb in I'aris of Abclard and Heloise is idl hum bug; that the William Tell apple story was conjured up two hundred years after that immortal mountaineer' had twanged his last arrow ; that Petrarch may have been enamored of Laura, but no...

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 May 1868

THE HICKMAN COURIER, ., HTjaiSKEB tVEUT SATrRPAT, BT -: Warren fc IMlitrtiti. ..'-OFFICE 9m ths earner of Jtckscn and Kentucky eta., (up stairs. CiBOHGK H iRBES, Editor. ATUIUAY MAY 2, 183. The Iniprachment. - The past week La been consumed io argument hy the counsel and managers. !r. Stanbciy will olos for flic oouael to-day, and Mr. Hiuhini for the Mana-j-ere, M-juthy aud TuesJay. A resola t"wa has been adopiwd allowing each h'ttuator on? hour's time to explaiu his which wi!l no doubt occupy quite all of tbe coming week. The removal vf tbe President is now a foregone con clusion, aod thj people should prepare tr. meet the fact. . I'arty Purity. Aa we enter tbe pigantie political truggle of 1863, it may not be alto gother oat of place to couaidcr uot only tho means necessary to success, but the B.u9I&cesary to the preservation of th purity of our party organization, iu orrter to make tne comm" victory in November effective, and toprevent rtraugera from carrying the party chip 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. — 2 May 1868

L- THE HICKMAN COURIER 8ATURDAY, MAY 2, 1863. f, M IMvlne Service. McfBOPin Ctrracn. J. B. Harris, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 A. M-, and 7 P. M. Sabbath School 3 A. 3L--TV. L. Mc Coichen, Superintendant. , , "''CrsiBESLAVD Prtsetter'tam Ckcch. Services at tha Seminary in Hickman, on the ? ".Sabttth in each month by W. P. Weare, : , - - - .'o Ccmkixs. Episcopal services will jct't fa the Baptist Churen ou Thursday, ',y 7ti at 7J o'clock, p. m , Friday, May L at 10 J o'clock,.. m.T and at 7 o'clock, by Right Rev. Oto. D. Ccmxixs, Xpis pal Bishop of Kentucky. . riAlan Democratic Coaimlllrt. Th Democratic State Central Committee arlf'rankfiort''hava appointed the following Executive Committee for Fulton county : Hnry 'A: Trier Chairman : Gecrgo' War . tb, John A. Wilson, G. S. Miles, W. U. Mc- Conncll, James H. Craig. - ' ' J ! TbASKS. We return thanks to our trer courteom aud polite friend, Wm. JIeCluky mail agent ou the N. & N. W. R. R, for late papers. He h the right man...

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 May 1868

. i. ra mmrntmrn THE HICKMAN; COURIER, rILUBIB KY1.&X ATCEPAT, BT "V arr en At a r ti n . the eerner of Jackaon and Kentucky sts.. . - - , . ... . .. x" (up stairs.) iiw ml 1 1 Terms of Subscription to THE HICK M A NCOCRIJJI: 53.00, Invariably in Advanf. Club of ten, to the same pe office 52 Ot. Address, Publishers Hickmas Coccus, Hickman, Kt. vol: : u. HICKMAN, FULTOX COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MAY 0, 1863 NO. 21. TP H E -ru m fit- J i i T " rr - vr:r- Ta. T-' - . . h a v, t mii raw " ; ; 1 - " ' ' 1 ' i A c Hicfcmn Directory. Attorneys at Laic. T. O. Goalder. Handle k Tyler. A. Kingman, B. R. Walker. John A. uderdale, John W. . Cowgill, L. M. 'iehoL Oscar-Turner, J. G. Smith, Trov. liana. Fhysicians. . Drs. Gourley & Corbett, Carter Blaa- t, II. C. Catlett, A. A. Faria. , " Dry Good. J. Ambery, Wm. B. Ben oy, Wolf & - Flaut, J. H. Davis, J. S. Hubbard. -it . ' Drug Stores. C A. Holconibe, W. R. Walker. " IFAokjak Grocers. " jHlTet i Roalhac, T. A. McCatclien, K. C. Ba...

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. — 9 May 1868

-V-. - J The Crop Prospect. Tii'e weather has recently beeu very favorable for Eeed-time, and the reports fnm I1 eect'.ous of the country regard -IDE wbcat are e ncouraping We watte n iew extract froin our lateai exchanges: INI'IANA. TLfl wheat along the entire line of tLe Eoivil!i aud (.'rawfordeville Railroad locks fiucly, and j.roiuioea an abundant rmp. The Spencer (Owen Conaty) Journal f avs that the fruit is killed in soma parts i that county, bnt in the vicinity of Spencer there is enough left for a good rt-p aa jet. On examination, nine out if ten peaches were found alive ou Sat urday last, while cherries are not hurt rt a!!. Peara are killed pretty generally, I ut sppks in this place are safe yet; ncall iruit ives protuisc of uv abundant vielJ. wtricoxsrri. The Mdisou Journal say: This wttrk ' not been favorable to the pro-jrr.- vf vegetation, its fir?t pleasant iayp having been followed by two snow rtcrni. We regret to learn from farm er. that considerable of the early ?own...

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 May 1868

THE HICKMAN COURIER, rcLtHfcr svtsr SATi-anar, by On the earner of Jf.L sou and Kentucky J (up stair.) ni'.onnn w.iuitr.v, r.Utrr. ATLTvDAY MAY f. ISO. Trial ol" lli! lrellenl. Dcforc our west issue the trial of the President of the United States will have been ended, and the verdict known to the tnU"ii. Th argument has beeu closed, rl the r- i im'f Wore the Senate. . , . i. i on tne law and testimony 'rwiureu, ail impartial thinkers will sit a unaui- thou votw for anjuitul should be giveu. Hut it i not from this view the c,c is n Jir. nrow.....? oh -...... :..,4 v... r.., ,t, l,;nrrrfv!Johnon. will ta'.c the rcpon-ibihty of ti-'c-ity. T'rf-.nhlican Spnaton". .who V...V...t .-,. n l.niVf fill nrc throat- . - cued with political o.-traeism it they ... . t.Pn.-o have little bojj t-ut that tnu uccimoiij but that the deci.Monjt .,, , : -- . ..0, ,.f i ui !.. n severe as It is in tnc power 01 the Senate -ender. -i.- ,1,., ,.,.-r;..l ....... .. . . . .s i u L-iinirn t.niv in : - . , 1 . "...

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 May 1868

, ft. li j 1 r j i M 3 rHE -HICKMAN COURIER SATURDAY, t MAY 9lSo$. Nashville ani Northwestern - - . Railroad. f . . TI3IC r A Xj E - . - a aaa aftr -"dArch 4th, through train iwill run a the Nashville and Xerthwesteru -ailreL as follow,: . P.4SJESGER TS-At. . jilNashTille At 5:1.1 p. m. t Hickmao..; 5: JO a. m. II, Hickman at fK-h) p. m. ,, at Nssbville 0:45 a.' m. W . ACCOMUODATIO-N TEA1X. f t Nashville Viva at Hickmaa... ave Hickman , 4:41 a. v. 12:0 hi.t 7:3') A. M. 2:30 a. m. .Arrive at .Yashville.... RAILBOAD MAIL. We are authorised by postmaster Case to atate that the railroad Mail wrtl hereafter V closed at 6 o'clock, r. m. Divine Servlrc. Mrmor.t'TCiiiRcn. J.. 15. Harris, TVistnr. Services every .Sunday at 11 A. M.. and T P. M., Sabbath School 9 A. M. W. L. Mc Catcken, Superiutend-tut. CtniatixB raKsBrTKRiAV Ciintrn. Ferviea at the Seminary in Hickman, on the trst Sabbath iu each month by W. 1. Weark, aetor. f ' SA:r,ifr.. There will be Episcopal ser vice i.at Mouut Zion CLu...

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 May 1868

HICKMA COURIER. Terms of Subscription to THE HICKMAN C O U R I X : $3.00, Invariably in Advance. Clubs of ten, to the same post office $2 60. Add resSf Publishers Hickmax CotRtKB, Hickman, Kj. rCBlTSHED tTtmt SATianAT, BT "War ron & IMiartin. , OFFICE m th career of Jackson and Kentucky sts., VOL. II. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1863. - , - (up stairs.) i- TLjL NO. 22. THE HICKMAN COURIER, THE ' Hickman Directory. Attorneys at Laic. T. O. Goalder, Handle Si Tyler. A. 15. K'mcraau, II. R. Walker, John A Lauderdale, John W. Cowgill, L. M. Xichol, Oscar Turner, J. G. Suiitb, Troy, Tenn. Physicians. Pra. Goarley Si Corbett, Carter Blan M, II. C. Catlett, A7 A. Faris. " Dry Good. J. AniDery, Wm. B. Benny, Wolf Si - riaut, J. II. 'Pans, J. S. Hubbard. - Drug Storest C. A. Holcombe,' W. II. Walker. ' Wholesale' Grocer. Millet St Roulhac, V. A. " McCutchon, JI. C. Bailey, C. Ledwidgc. Jehn IlciazV; James . Parker, Witting. John Scmoucse. Jardtcare and TiniceH-e. ...

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 May 1868

i 3 1 " V r v M t.. 1 W 1 A(iKHli;riR4L. SIZE OF" I'ARMis. If farmers who have poor farms of large elie were to curtail the dimension' of their corn fields fifty per cent, and fXDcitd the amount they saved in labor iu Qi.iuure. thev would lie erialded in a few y-nrs. devoted to such poliey, to im as a prove all their arable land, aud iiritijr their etilire estates into condition ot Jirofitable fertility. And while this would i) i goini ou, they would hud by t rrease ol manure applied to their corn land, aud attention to its culture, that their corn crop would rather iocreagc thau decrease. The great fault with us kll i-, that wc attempt to achieve too Much, aud owinjr to that circumstance, t?il to achieve an thiutf woithy of the character of pood farmers. It should be the policy and the pride of all to do whatever e do well, rather than he too ambitious of doing too much. Large corn fields, umnauurcd, and hut half tend ed, a is too ofteu the case with many of u, reflect no credit up...

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 May 1868

THE HICKMAN COURIER, r'Bl.lSHD EVIRY SATVRDAT, BY VaiTon fc Eartin. OFFICE On the corner of J. Vs..n and Kentucky sts., j ( up imr..) i; O it u i; TV A It II i:$ , I US i I o r. 31 Y 10 IStiS. j SATl'IlDA Y The Impeachment. By rofereuce to the impeachment news ; puhliched iu this i.suo our readers w'nl i be furnished as correct an opiuiou of the rcuh a wc could offer. Contrary to our expectations, several radical .Sena tors. Feseudcn, Trumbull, Grimes and lkndersou, have broke party shackles, ftud declared in favor of the President's ju-juittal, while a bufEcieiit number of other wavering, numbers is claimed by the President's friends to iusure his ac quittal. However, we have seen unau thoritative count, by which the requisite number cou be . safely calculated upon. Tii'i Senate which was to have taken the vite on Tuesday last adjourned until S Trdjy. alledging as an excuse the 111 uess of Senator Howard. The postpone ment is a mere subtei'ugc the Kadical U-mdcra mci'ojr thmt if tl...

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 May 1868

S - ( .-ft-. I t x f t THE HICKMAN COURIER SATURDAY : : j-: MAY. 16, 1863. tyashville -and R. It .- o 'I Northwestern TIME TAULE. a aid after ."fch " 4th, through trains ill run on the Nashville and Nerihwestera Railiaad, as follows: , .-.:--....- j Lav Nashville, at Arrive at Hickman leave Hickman at.. .Arrive at Nashv ilia. ...:.... .. Ik 15 p. M. 5:Hi a: m. :UO P. M. t:45 a. M. of hers, looked as bright as the Murn- sai l, " Rring forth the goat." Another 1DST Hie Hood there to reprcscut. As we: 'viwxe men came up i.u a i-'ir ctoin i-o , beheld her we thought blind me. No you don't Mr. 3I:.son,'' , . . ... , ' , . , 1 said: no . tricks on travelers, if tou "Now from night s tiouie, ihc glorious any : . T ,, , ,. . . , . . ,. J , break forth . ! r'easc I I don t believe 111 playui": blmd- Aud seems t 1iiii.ll from the set tino- stars." ,llJ1 " bill! With a "Oat. Ill HuC tile jie3: JITL, 1TOTICI3S- v .- . ' ACCOM M On AT 10 X TB.UX. 'Leave Nashville.'..' 4:45 a. si. Arrive at . Jli...

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