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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 5 July 1878

CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. Soutliern News. Tennessee has nearly seven hundred more public schools in operation than it . had last year. It is now estimated that Georgia's crop of dried peaches will amount in value this year to $1 ,500,000. The New Orleans gas-light company has won a suit against the city for over $100,000. The Texas farmers are not complaining of hard times, as they are but little in debt and have the finest crop prospects known for years. The Bnosto capitalists who have pur chased the North and South railroad in Georgia, obligate themselves to complete the road by October, 18S0. The Fi.ih and Game Association of Alexandria, Va., recommends the exter mination of the English sparrow by any lossible plan that may be suggested. Mr. .Summer!", of New Orleans, suffered hia arm to protrude foui or five inches from a street car window, and had it broken by a passing car. He obtained 7,oO damages. Charleston hopes to have thirty feet of water on Charleston bar from the jet- ties w...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 5 July 1878

THE FUTURE LIFE. R THE L-T- WILLIAM VLLES BRYANT. Horn shall I know thee In the pnere which keeps The "died spirit, of tha dead. When ail ol thee tbiit time f" . eD1 And periihee among the dust we tread t For I shall feel the lUng ol cmm1 Pi Kor heir the Tolee I loa. D" n.i" , In thy terenest eyes the iaer tnougni. will nrttthT own BKk heart demand uie tliere 4ifi h-art whoM fondest throb, to me were given Mnara" on " "er in thy prayer, Indw M tbou new uiti it in HeaTeur xh lore that IiTed through all the stormy past, And mae-'y witi my harsher nature bore, And deepeKTew and tenderer, to the last, SbmiI it expire with life sad be no inoreT h(fterlot than mine, anJ larger light, A wait tt.ee there; for thou hast bow.d thy will la cbeurful homage to the rule of right. Aud loTest all, and rendereat gooi for i'l. Yet, though tbou we rest the glory of the sky, Wilt thou keep the stme eloved name. The same lair, thought ul brow, and getitlaeye IxtTeiierln Haaren'ssweeteUiiute, jet the sam...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 5 July 1878

THE HICKMAN COURIER, JULY 5, 1S7S. FEIDAY, rn Short communications cn public qulSW, Trinted-but -F ! tornen.iuieuls or r""'"n f 7iv"e pendents-except where we retuse 10 give name of author. Ol, the rain, the rains, ihe tenihle rains. How it ruins the farmers grains: The candidates nre at red hot beat Tie people calm ! Sehare. of the St. Charles Hotel, Hickman, his been enjoying ripe tarna Iocs for n mon'U. The Tulton Tinier support- Mr. 11 C. Bailey for County Judge, aud predicts his eleclion over all opposition. Mr. Pat Cain, formerly of Hut i .: ;.. l...nis. on man, Li3 own account. ew.su mm riJer Jo. Kouihac, ( L atnpoe i mc i. ndLllerT II l'ettit, are having a reli- 'jiscu3i; at Martin, Weakley county this week, which isattractiug un ,1 i,.ntioB. T T ,..-..!: 1 eD DrOCCfc The :rreat race between and Mollie McCtnthey, at .ouisvt e, ou lhedlhr ha- been the all absorbing topic. p.., t..,. a million dollars changed UauU on the race. A householder IU 1 roy, in u.-.i',, up i;.fmlis sc...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 5 July 1878

- ' " ft HICKMAN COURIER. PGELWUKS UKM WEEK BT GEO. WATIRI- OFFICE : Tleinze Buildin;- Cl.nton Street. 7ht OUUslStKtyaperin Western Kentucky. Ocorse lVrrcn, Editor, rrioe f .Sisvrlnlioii, 2. Fill DA T. JULY 5. IS78 TuE last new lode of the Knights of Honor instituted io this State i number 1,107, which shows the order to be growing steadily. Senator ldll.L says he will, in the next session of Contiresg, champion n bill permitting Stales and corporation? to issue paper money. Dcu't want it The first .Monday iu August is fast approaching; upou that day our regu lar electiou takes place, see to it that not a siule vote is lost. I'ltocTOR IvNiirr woo hi last noiu inaiion for Congress through a piima ry election. Is he a democrat? And did bolt" the nomination ? di-oi'fianiziui any aspirant The latest communistic develop ment is in Ohio. Farmers there are navna.l .int in use ua ichiuer V . RUttli . . TCSpers. self biodci?7 irio" U" warning accompanied by threats of violence to their perso...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 12 July 1878

CURRENT PAKAGEAPH8. Southern News. Penaacobi is shipping lamber to Chi cago. The bonded debt of New Orleans is 118,887,130. Louisiana will pay the July interest on her consolidated bonds. The Dallas Commercial is informed that Texas immigration is tailing off. The whipping-post is one of the issues in the Dallas county. Texas, elections. The rewards offered for Sam Bass, the Texas trftUJ robber, dead or alive, amount to $11,000. Eddie Lawhorn, of McKinney, Texas, aged ten years, has been arrested for stealing and endeavoring to sell a hone. The liquor dealers of New Orleans will fight the Moffett-register all the way to the Supreme Court. Gov. Hampton, of South Carolina, boldly announces that he is in favor of paying every dollar of the state debt. There are more than 9,600,000 acres of cotton lands in Texas, which, if cultivat ed, would yield a larger crop than that produced in the whole United States at the present time. Texas now raises one fifth of the whole crop, and more than ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 12 July 1878

MM PABM AND HOaiF. Dividing Bees. The following a good nftod of di yiding bee, and one that is.both practi cal and easily performed by the experi enced : After providing antra have with empty frames; or better, frames filled with comb, proceed to open the hive to be divided, after subduing the beea with amoke or otherwise, lift 'out the brood combs-with all adhering bees, until two thirds of all the brood is removed placing the same in the new hive and being care ful not to remove the queen. Fill all unoccupied space in both hives with CDmb frames Locate the new hive some distance from the old. All the old bees will return to the parent hive, but enough young bees will remain to care for the brood. A fertile queen may be given the new colony after forty-eight hours, or about sunset on the second day, by quietly setting her on one of the brood combs. Ihe beas, being all vounz, will accept her and the work is done." We introduced many queens to new colonies. last season, as here given...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 12 July 1878

'f THE HICKMAN: COURIER, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1873. 8JU.Sliort communications on public questions printed bill tul j.ondents except where we rtiuse logire iiame of author. The colored people of Hickman an aioiince a batbecue fur July 13. Mr San.ton i? no longer a Candidate Assessor. Mr. Whipple withfr iv-i from the rs.ee Tir Ju.il r. The Director of the Fallon County Tiir will hoM ft rgul:ir meeliajf; neit rikturd-iy. The Supreme Court of Kenfueky i.fti .le.:iJf-d that, a ntun who gtts drunk t Ure- times yoar i a "Jruiilifcrd." Some of our Kentucky candidate r hing electiju lickct-i grimed at this L'liiitou lis a tfiH"ji. eolleg. and l.'niuu t.'il y Fulton wiuta i building a college. Theeounty candid-itea spoke at the I-odtun l.aibeeue Wed ue i-y . Iloia.' mill lun 1. The Stullr Ilramatic (.'otupany, of I.ouitTillt, i tj piiiy at Hickman, during our Tftll Tair. Tha huiise of llrri.tuu AJkiin, (i'ol.) ws struck by ligluuiu, Friday I .-ist, several uf the fiuily stuuued, but uo one erioub...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 12 July 1878

1 ! ' - .. I n'in rPlltl'.ll ' ...... . .. . .. .... . . , ovcrouitui .-i rnBLisniEt rrar wrKK by " Tn-rpxrTP - 0r" Srir-SacrllJc'liis K'stf lot ; ft crn not be denied that the finan Trimble him! 'l iiriicr Point,.... 1 at Iiic u!lai l . yf i Jelt, up- !h would The Iik rmizuUoii. The accusational part of the Invesfi- Wcirine Rn'ildin Clinton Street. . 1 r. , i . : i . ;.. 1 i i . .a . a . ' ia.-lltlll u D lilt; l i' aiuihi lianas l.s : tie the counties, cue luwu.-, , - . (i,e c,u,c-' . ... ;,i do- 1 about over, aud interest as to further in.- i inu-. -- - - i ' , . . I Tl , I ..... a What a danger- testimony lags, i uu p-op.e musi i.ave . i 11 - tmd wlieif i-oiutit.iti startling auj a ra mn t n- to Juals, he fame ,!,io! fore, ou 7 oilrt,Xespaprrim Wtnlrrn R'tnMci;. j ci.il teachings now bein iueulcated by ! w0a!J it ,0P ' - i - ' ! Col. Turner and Judge Trimble, can ! , ,,,-ctibaek- niotey, Joore arrcii, hmor. j j;,iatcs for Congress, in thU District, rt.cise.J u ' I'rioTor NiibMOrV...

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 July 1878

CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. ? - Southern News. Wine is m.ide from wild oranges in x londa. Seventy emigrants from Liverpool i have arrived in Galveston. They will i colonize in Texas. Gen. Jno. B.Gordon has purchased 6, 4X acres of land in Worth ceunty, Ga., lor a aheep farm. Over two and a quarter million pounds ot wool has been shipped this seison from Corpus Chnsti, Texas. ive thousand acres of Texas land, on tte- Jidina river, have been sold to -dglisn capitalists for $11,000. , . Fifteen hundred pounds of hair, trimmed from horses at. b'rflnihW was shipped from Beaumont, Texas, last week. It is worth 1? cents' per pound in New York;;.,;; 7.;, , ; . a . - .. . a. new- enemy to tbe potato nas ap peared in Wee, Virginia. It resembles a' small grasshopper, and destroys whole patches in a single night by stinging the plant near the ground, Three of the largest tobacco factories in Key West have closed, and the Cubans employed in them are going back to Havana. Cause, a strike.and interfer en...

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 July 1878

.FAK2I ASI HOME. " Early Made Cheese. The American Dairyman eayii' The early made kiniraed cheeses that have appeared on the market this spring, are not meeting with the moat cordial greet ing, while fuK creams are sought after and command top figures. Fine old cheese find a. lady ,sale, often at a fraction over quotations ; but that which ia inferior, or in any way impoYerwhed by the use of the skimmer, drags heavily and has to make concessions to the buy ers. 'These are among the indications which factory men had better heed. Throw" away theakimmer before it hrows you away. " ' Components of rure Butter. The'journal of the Chemical 'Society (England) says pure butter contains from 99 to 93 per cant, of pure fat, and a Email quantity of "water. Its color should be from yellowish white to red dish yellow, but this depends on the kind of folder given to the'cows, and may be produced by means of bet roots, or other plants possessed of coloring prop erties. The coloring matter may be d...

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 July 1878

V'V' KICKMAN COURIER, rniDAY, :JULY 19, IS7S. S53U.Sfcort communications cn public )uaiion3 prli-t-d but not rt-s'pdiii-ibl.-(or at-iii'meials or ejprf'mm of eurrfs puaden's cxc'fl wbert: we refuse to Ve i,ame of aot'.-or. CouUetiscd locals iJ (lie fftik: iut. Iull. Zljtter. lui;er. Ilotteat. L'ul.e-t. TL tt utiiy t It clijii goiiini; liot. TliO hc;a!i of llicltraaa N rjiaara- The 'wr.z lctFC?a couotj can csi'jtj' ode?. Th j:ropTt are that the oou,neti tidO la b!ooJd tattle riu;s at our county Pilr, tbis Fail, will tucet any previous year. TiiKRF are too ermblaterf for Surr- incodeot of Public Insfrnctioa in KenttiCKj, and eight of thetu preacb ers. R? Mr. Acfon, fo some years Pre riding Elder in this I:ri, dropped dead froTi apiplex. a' tbe depot t Uoli vr, Taau , oue diy thi week. Galnrnbua Sjt:tin6l: Strt Pi-fj,rr;i. A oolored man. was killed Vk'edneclty wLil a:und'm a barbacus back of tbe ilacd. Wo eupsosc ha had tot Dincb Corn juiee abonrd. A colored person by tab mow of Uoyd 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. — 19 July 1878

k. - .,- 7-. tTl' I f ' , at- -j ' ' . - - asaae-a I HICKMAN COURIER. rff3.!3'tr 'tr.st Wlflf BT OPPIOB: Heinle P-nl-in Ciatoa Street. Jht O'.'Uit yeipfrtrin Wrutmt Kentucky. Ooorgc Warren, Editor, Price or Nctnicrlplion, $2. TRlDAY, : JULY 13, IS73 FOR APPELLATE JUDOS. Eickman Mile Ccllsc. FACULTY: P O. lULTasaToa, Prof. af Mathematics and Fhyslcs. Q. W. FwwriJ. Prof, of Ancient and Modern Laaraaye. . . 1 1 . - . i -.ITBAR O MAXTX.TOII, -Tfl CI KICU.I n. Moral PMlowby and En.lleb Literature. R. C. rxaTHXR. Prof, of Aaatomr . A. Pai, Prof, of Ptyaljlty. J. w. Ccwottx., Prof, of Cbataimj ani ?rtural 3oicnca. Oco Boclbac. Seeratarj and Prof, of caktpisg aaJ Caaaraial Law. Soarlaf Trastcsst Hob. II. A. Tler, Chirina. 0o. TT,rrn, C!At. Baltisr, Jao A Wilton. N. P. Hrr.af, C. L. HtcJle, v.t. JUbinacn, 8-i . -a '1 Laadrua. Bwl of Tlalttns I 7. i .-1. VJ'., .-A. X. Johoaon. Ja. C. Harris. D. W lull. Eobt. Wataon. Dr. tf. 3. M.lti a&J A. P. TieiJa. vfHr! Col'egUte jer of 1378 '79 ill JL...

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 July 1878

, CURRENT rAKAORAPUS. - Southern News. There are nine daily newspapers pub blkhed in Georgia, n Chattanooga wishes to hold a com mercial, manufacturing and agricultural exhibition there next fall. Memphis is exasperated for the reason that discrimination is made against her in river freights. Vicksburg has subscribed $100,000 and the county $75,000 to the Memphis and Vic- sburg railroad. Work has been resumed on the public buildings in Raleigh, and the post-office will be ready in two weeks. ' The state engineers of Louisiana are ' examining the levees of the Mississippi - the entire length of the state. The artesian well at Charleston is such a success that the city has more water .than it demands. The San Antonio Herald says the whole Texas frontier is being raided by Mexicans as it was never before. A three-year old uegro child got lost the pine vtokIs of North Carolina, . and was gone two days and nights. A Texan paper tells of a desperate en counter between two blacksnakes and ...

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 July 1878

CATALINE'S DEFENCE! Rut thle I wlU utow, that I here Boomed, And still do scorn, to hi:'e uiy mbm of wrong S Who hrsadeineon tbe lorruial, breaks n. J sword, Or lave tbe bloody srourge upon my back, Woil l txnhep like to try it on out in the back - yam " - J Attf i ibe Jnale adjournal Banissed, Indeed I I tbcnk yod for it; A 1 intended to move out of town anyhow. I held some alack ailegianc till this boor, Hut now wy sword's my own: and I - -Would lik tore th loan that will Attempt to collect my city taxes lor this ytai t finite on. you t aid-headed snipe of tbe valley I Your Coosul'a merciful very ; bnt if he Pares t touch a hair of Catallne, I will Knock him galley west and crooked. For Im the best little man that walks The street of this burg, and don't yon forget it ! Banl.hod Jrom Boxiel What a, banished but- set Ti'-u " From daily contact with the things I loathe ? Your ortcin-griodera on every street corner ; Your e itl zees, packing plaster of Pari Images Around on cellar do...

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 July 1878

"A 'O - V I 9 ' 1 - , ' ' tttt v 9C 0?O FRIDAY, : I : : : JLIax 2-, tflShort communications on pnblic qaeatioB printed but not responsible for sentiments or priou of corres pondents except where we refuse to give Bameof author. Those vho want to eet rid r-f Mexi can dollars can pass them t par at Buck Jt CowgllVi. Set) their alvert'aenteat. Cp in Taylor ce-nnty, tbis State, -lb oSee of sheriff goes rieeflnjr, and the people can't get any one fo hare iU- The niclttnan Cornet Bnl U 5fiU tlln fniitltntion. an.l ImproTinsc eeh day, and read to fill all orders and en-J gagements. Catlertj'borg', tlie connty rst oT CoyJ county, at the month of the Biz Ran dy rieer, waa almost entirely destroyed by Sret Monday. Prof. Ttep anys tic nmmr will Veep on being hot. If It were not that all alpns full In dry weather, we abonl l bow hope for pleasant days and cool Bights. To tlxt Ytent of fh' TTirl-rrtrrn T)'-tritt:-Kl the sollciiatinn of som of my friend. T bare consented to berrnue a candidate fo...

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 July 1878

"""V - . T IIICKMANOOUKLKR. rCHttM TT WEES T OFFICE: Hdnze ttuildinx Clinton Street. T 4 OiJ' t St mpnf er in VTe tern Kentuchi. CJcorgc Warren, Etlitor. - . . i 4 : FRIDAY,: : : : : JULY 2G, 137S FOR APPELLATE JUDGE. ThomM tl. Mines, or WARKSX. Hickman Hxh C:llgs. FAc:iIf TV: P f?. n MTBturos, irof. of Mathematics and Physie.s. - O. W. Flowfss. Prof, of Ancient and Mo-tern Languages. Richaso Hamiltoh. Prof, of Mental and Moral Philosophy and Hnsl'isli Literal ure. It. C. Pratrkb'. Prof, of Anatomy. A. A. Fakis. Prof, of Physiolo.y. J. W fowcni., Prof, of Chemistry sad Natural Science. Geo. Roi'lbac. Berretarv snd Prof, of Eook-keepiug and Coreinercial L. Board of Trustee t lion. H. A. Tyler., Chairman, Geo. 'Warren. Chas. rlier. Jao A. Wilson, N. P. Harness, C. L. Handle, Win. Robinson, Sam'I Landruin. Board of YUitinjc TrntPe t 1. Johnson. Jao. Harris, I!. W. Tulle, Robt. Watson. Dr. G. S. M ies and A. P. Fields. THE Collegiate year of 1S73 '70 will begin on Wednesday. Sept. 4th, ...

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 August 1878

"Southern ews, Cw The only medical college for negroes u in Nashville. , It has an ample en- dovcient. x : i ; f The state engineers of Louisiana are examining the levees of the Mississippi the entire length of the state. It is suggested that a monument be erected over the grave of Admiral I ( I Semmes at Mobile.' i . Mj ' ' , j ) Congressman Pulberson, of' Texas, says the lands granted the Texas-Pacific railroad are worth $2 an acre. The poor farmers of the mountain dis ' tricts of South Carolina have concluded '" 'thev must make moonshine whisky or . , , starve. ;.-- - -.'- The- Tampa' Tribune desires prospect ors in Florida to remember that !n , area , of, "mare miles Florida is the largest state east of the Mississippi river. ' " t The Camden Light artillery of South . Carolina saluted the fourth of July with -- a cannon which had been used fn the 1 revolutionary war. : """" H. C Fifk, witness bofore thfe Louisi aua invesylg&ting commit'ee, remarked: "I done tbnly hold np de...

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 August 1878

Curing Clover Hay.. My plan w to Btart the mower at two or three o'clock in the .afternoon, after all water has evaporated, f.nd the heat of the day is past. IUin or dew will make clorer hay black if it is cured before it (the rain or dew) falla upon it. By cut ting in the .after-part of the day the c orer does not cure enough to damage, and aa dew ia only on the top of the hay it soon dries off. Clover don't want much sun ; if it gets too much the leaves rattle off, and you have stems. By ten o'clock start the rake, and "by two or three o'clock set the men to putting it up into cocks. Don't let it stand two or three days, but turn it out the next day if the weather ia good, and haul it in. It only wants to remain in the cock long enough to get hot, and when it is opened and'iired it is realy to be housed. Ap ply a little salt while unloading, say sow .as you would grain, about twice over the stack or mow, wb.ile the loadisteirjg being taken off". Don't get worried if it heats some ...

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 August 1878

THE HICKMAN COURIER, ! FRIDAY, KVtC ' IRTia B59wShort communications on pnblic inestiora printed but. ' not responsible for sen H men ta or evpressions rif corres pondents except where t refuse lOgive name of author. The corn crop prospect N splendid, j The sheriff's race is (he meat excited , i f,. ,.., 4... ... I ' ' Rev V. T. Dr.llit.?, pKtor of ihe MelhoJial church, is ill. Take tha Coitrier hotn with ycu and read the article Leaded "Mere Sug gestions." There is a mocking bir in Hick man that ring! the -tell every morning for breakfast. Barbecues snd picnics are so fre quant this season that they cease to be interesting local items. Any number of ci.ir.en interested themselves last Monday viewing the sun's ec-ipse through smoked glass. Tha demand for enoks and hon-e help la and arounJ Hickman, is unprece dented. A large cumber could obtain reaiy employment at good wages. One advertised a trifling article. Sales did not amount to cost of advertising, but new eyee were broueht to ...

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 August 1878

- -Jk 4 ' i 1 , t r .... . - .-. -.,.. i "(Pis. incrarAN COURIER, matis. tft iti it g-tso. AVjvnmr:isr. TTeini. TnUding Clinton Street. fht OU'tt Sewapaprrin Wextrrn Kentucky. i -UL MItor. iimrt Warren. dll Price of .SnbierIptioi cr witmry. Jndte llnonP. ; now unieri-tooJ to be a rrirulirly nuthorited csodid ife for re-elcctioo to the Cotire of tl. United States. A wnti, the public eilinit of hi.n l- Var hn id a nure. UDriitif. COHsCltJU- r . .; r, ir.i ultimo. Ia fct. r-- - the fault iLj( attache to hitu 1 the tuiud- of iniuy i-, thjl hu i loo Ci-n eeientioua a mac for political life. A Ktrtngc fault, we oufe, ao 1 yet pub lie aemiment ii to shaped as to re.rd Jovle B )riue'j virtue aa his weakness Tlxre if miuy a one harping atzainst . ...... Koooe.wnb only Una orjectiou and no more. ThU claa of th3 public waot to i&o quick, without uteruy, and ijho'j! like, feasts on the corruption sf fpponenti. Tha political contests vi luia day, it aeetu, must oe personal, or DOtliop. If no...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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