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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 19 December 1868

9 ' - -v C v-' - - i jLjL f s 1 ) 0 r 1 I THE HICKMAN "COURIER. SATURDAY, r DEC. ,1?, 1F6S. Terms It educed. Owing to. the stringency of money matters and with 'tho hope of more inp iilly increasing our circulation, we liavc concluded to reduce the price of sub scription to the Cockier to.. $2 50 per a- m t 1 year. dub rates " I tinier as assistant in ithe female depart- -Col"' Tom. Taylor, during the . ?ar!fnent Aftcr teachla aLout tw0 week cuevoiouei ot tue li iventueay JSi- went; f Confederate") stabbed and killed a Capt- Cleveland, at Mobile, Ala., on the 11th Instant. Cleveland is an ex-Con-federate also. Col. Ed. Crossland appear ed for Taylor, who was bcld to bail in a bond, of 3 10,000. . , ' 4. CHILI Ml HDEKlS. -A Xearro Woman Durnx Two f Her Children lo Death. W e pre informed of a most feindish atfair whicli occurred, near . Dresden, Weakley county, " Teun., one dny hist week. A negro. woman formerly the slave of Mr. William Jones, burnt two of her children to death.' 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 December 1868

. , J - w 4 " 1 "I.Ots" Ol Ir'OlllCS. 7: Hall's Journal of Health presents fif lecu iollies, iur the cJifiuatioiTof its rea ders, as follows : 1. To think the more a man eats, the better aud ftronger lie will become. 2. To believe the more hours children etudy at Eehool, the faster they will learn. .'5. To conclude that if exercise i good for the health, the more" violent or ex haustive it ia, the wore gosd u done. 4. To imagine that every bour taken from sleep is an bour gained. - ,. To act on the presumption that the unallest room of the house is large i-Douzh to sleep in. ti To arcue that whatever remedy reuses one to feel immediately better, ia ''iod for" the tvftem. without regard totfcore ulterior eflVc s. The "ootuiuK .vrni." tor cxaiuDle. docs Mop the cough c't children, does arrest the diarrhoea, .nlv tnue a little later alarming con vulsions, or the more fatal inflauiation of the brain, or water on the brain ; or, least, always protect the disease. 7. To commit an act whic...

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. — 20 February 1869

V '."TCVFf ,5'"'r"f'-'""' .'.. s- r 1 1 : il - 1 ul JjQa in ax .v . c a ' ' v .1.1 I - in. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY ; jSATURDA, FEBRUARY 20, 186! ' j : !r l: i of l8irn Inserting .at insertion 60c -; .- S 00 - . . 7 00 . . f 10 00 - - 15 00 "Hie Directory. ; 4 1 meats. f . . - S " - 11 " cS !na t aaeaths ' 11 ia oo 25 00 IS 00 15 00 . 20 00 25 00 . 85 00 60 00 40 00 65 00 - 76 00 v 60 00 . 90 00 140 00 Candidate. ' - $10 00 I 8 00 6 00 ;UU Ofiears' p r County " -r Municipal Officers "N; Hrrle tan f?eath. ' Vu... iv-.-..'-,i chtritUr will b in- -1 " " ------- . . m nii&r AdTtrti.ementi n Loel Column f 1 or lei nnd 20 cenU xor emcn r four lin iH;onl lina. VolunUry eommnnletion, eBlln- Kw letters from Ken- d Tanneaiaa eapecially deaired. JOFESSION AL. ONALDSON, r. ; V A-ttrrrneyt at Law. : ' T. OGoaldeCilandla it TylerA. D.K TValker & CowgUl, Koul hacl crdale. Oscar Turner, Bland- rf Smith.. TroT. Tenn.; L. Don; riptoovilio, Tenn. 7 Phvucians. jfcxurtj & Corbett, Ca...

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. — 20 February 1869

: : - i " i:1 : 1 " " r- 1,V I V T 111 f. W awarded br tL Em ft k e 1 N-T- T ir iOist premiu '"tug Mc 01 ..-.-. i-tir wmi Jfj ., r I w - feCKI.. .MBJ-flf" .HACK I ule-ppreaj establisl J years of r tliia ex- ,itud vagary, j& meanwhile to lias growo in age. Vvpril 6, !S3lO since nucleus of this ishmeut, of which it is just to say that it has illustrated. an never diJ any other organization, the harmonious iuterplay of religious and secular authority a perfect uuion of Church and State." If we now proceed to "disestablish" the Mormon Church for that is just about what oue Con gressional plan, at least, contemplates wo must coufoss that we sap an institu tion which, has fchowed no sign of inter nal dccay.'and which, contrary to univcr- -fcal prediction, is -to-day "strtugM -thai--: ever. Wc may, perhaps, set down the Mor mon population of Utah, in rouud num bers, at 100.000 souls ; we may, proba bly, though at an out-side estimate, set down the Mormons scattered elsewhere th rough t...

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. — 20 February 1869

r 9&M '."V. T A3 T'TiL ot ve'-heaJ SEW ING MA Was awarded by la Empv r- ,.. the only . . - )1er in' '" V.:: r : '; m H D (1 aga-B i' ... : -jr -. .....p. , ... "- r- ijea T tin one. vp -ppreatw eatablis a , years of is cx- ctxi vagary, J meanwhile to i grown in age, is forty years, . . 6, 183lO since a nucleus ot this lUe-ppreafw edtabljsuiueut, ot which it is just to say that it has illustrated, an never did any other organization, the harmonious iuterplay of reli'nous and secular authority a perfect union of -Church and Mate. It we now proceed to " disestablish" the Mormon Church for that is juat ahout what one Con gressional plan, at least, contemplates wo must coufos3 that we eap an institu tion which has thowed no sign of inter nal Jecayand which, coutrary to univcr . sal prediction, is -to'daY' StrotrrrM tbaa ever. Wc may, perhaps, set down the Mor mon population ot. L tali, in rouud nuui bcrs, at 100,000 souls ; we may, proba bly, though at an out-side estimate, set down ...

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. — 20 February 1869

lit 4 or less, ene insert" ..-There are tadfcatians'o '-Hickman. On Saturday 'it . uiucr uegroes win give many resting incident connected with we are On'Tuesf! -hiaent of .r effortf repulsed, by 0- - lfr 00 - 25 00 jistpl ' shot at1 Vhen. V Ho doao. . r - A ;-. . - ,s.aXi Scheme. The distriba- owti lorsMn Courier's Southern ,oa ta .Iictman cornea off to-day.' succeeds)" as planned by the pfo al0r, it HI prove of Incalculable ad jtagV' to bur town;- ' - V. v. . permanei 0je names of it Marrs, whose of (Snrden. a.re aware of' tKiciteni the yidea of 41 conjuring" pos minds of negroes, even here jj. A little conversation with iHr oldc rrzh KfTJea. Here, in Hickman, toldhat the negroes have a regular Faith Doctor, to whom all the negroes and negresses for miles round, applj in Insuccessful attempt wa.y iWi.h,ours of affiietionrythat is when ) the grocery . store oi pose themselves conjured "-by JiI disposed parties who is en- JT with power of effecting nn instant ' . im permanent cure, a...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 20 February 1869

e - V v acre.- ea . m aiyTyr which its - -J was set down mm indicate .tCTIi.S 1MBS2 -",BJCTTJC KT. a to aU buiiBBs 'otnwetternen, ";T"v ; :3r -a, Cotmselors v WK3IAN, K Y ',. I promptly to the eotlectiva tho investigation of Ind 'and salt of Real Estate, and - Vjr-atid defence of auita in i. ;: Kentucky, Northwestern Tea ; adjacent part of Missouri, .ie.ia MiUet's Block- . ; fjan2 t f IK- f Attoranrat Iaw,- tflici tor lit i 1 in Chancery, m Troy, Teiui. ' FECIAt"attenttonf givta'. to olleeting, nd to tho iavestigation of Land Titles. feblS It OSCAR TURNER, , . ... :' i . - - - UXt ! TBB V T IC E 1 OP -" I A.W, Ttum cockties or rCKMAy AND - QUA VES promptly to all business rtare in said counties, counties in this Ju- . cither PADTJCAH offir""" Ky. an; KY. DUCK, Ken- -wtfuld,.. put fjltaaeously in raiilar resolutions 11U. Jiied by ltadical mein- ;biU admitting negro VIV&mrt. In tht, II nnse one-, i tersai Jis were ' laid on the table, pprea lust to safie .senate no .dennue action ...

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. — 27 February 1869

.-4. .J - . HICKMAI ,a- r : ' - y.. Of' j - -- gfJS! "- inw M j f , Advertising. en lines or lens, en inserting .beequent insertion occ. -tbs, - - 5 00 V - - - 7 00 V - ... io oo - 16 oo f - 6 00 A - - - - 9 oo , A- - - - 12 00 L.J- " - - - 18 00 .--2 " - - 25 00 .iT"v,..' . 9 00 I ' ' " 13 00 . " - - - - 18 00 " . - - - 25 00 11 " - - - - tr, 00 elm 1 saeotk - 16 00 4 - t " - - - 20 00 . - - 25 00 " - - - as oo .," . - - 60 00 Cf nlina t moat . - - 40 00 . H , " - - - 65 00 It - - 75 00 lama t months - - CO 00 6 " - - - 90 00 i 12 " - - - 140 00 9 candlaairi. $10 00 8 00 - 5 00 HICKMAy, FULTON COUNTY, IvSxTUCR!, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1SG9. r ABDoanclnr r But Officers k' r County " tr Municipal Officers -XXarrlge and Pcgtuv . " Hetices of the above character will be in serted free of charge. Obituaries anil trib utes of respect inserted at $1 00 per cquare. Si 50 Advertisements in Local Column $1 four lines . or less and 20 cents for each 44itional line. fST Voluntary communication...

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. — 27 February 1869

''"" ' 'P2Tf"' 'ljsjtv 'z" -cj-iv ;"- Job Prirv l XjJ riia JJ tSJsiitiiiiJi 0:m&nr: 4.?pe- DEALER I1ST - V Y '-jjLilosopbers ha; "-Turhe of Iec t i - I. ' J - V . back we co r - uar aesire KTSffTike the laau ot beiiev- ere in the word of the Almighty Jeho- vh; and for what good? They have no ' ""food of life" to give, and alter iaducinp: v the miad to follow them inhr dognni I rtl leave it floimdcrinK in v?trse than .uafiX.Oj philosophers has A teen gi. tares oV is to shoVTirt into the rast. the IcrsSTelopuient there is iu the huruan form. Everywhere in the prehistoric period we meet in man with characteristics bringing him Dear er and nearer to the lower animals; prominent eye-browa, slanting teeth, a fiat chin, are always found in connec tion with the earliest periods of the hu man race. Development of form has al ways kept pace with the brain, the size and weight of which is always propor tionate to the increase of the intellectual faculties. This leads to the (jnestion in ho...

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. — 27 February 1869

- - ..- . - ofCineiun:iti", .arguing .'rem the characteristics of , - - ft hog," that fcpring was full taii, so1ncar that we" could .DiJrentle gales ianniug their ''iugs, dispensing their native whispering softly that .wru one month of balmy -.ae rude winter. Monday, ..Tils forehead wrapt in cloud;) and hatr congealed and filled t, dispelled the bright prognos es, ami made all laugh at ground 'and all who believe in "weather ri" As disagreeable, cold, and bit si ssTho change' is, it is a eeeno of terest to persons of reflection and cou fnJatjon, and with all. its chilly uu "'isautness, the vicissitude conveys to ja a proof and exhibition of the wise .benevolent contrivances of Iliiu, the ther, who alone rules the seasons and ti with certainty prophecy of the leather. Some cannot recognize any I ieuouu lor mcsti"" suauen Chunge.-,-" Luu. i : with the gay flowers of Spring, v ixuriant growths of Summer, or the the .4i harvest of Autumn;- and if- they 'ild construct a world of their ow...

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. — 27 February 1869

. ,Hf y. . 7M J V v r I' J ' r r' lalion that Jude L. S. Triwb circuLt- A' ic erY Va SATURDAY. FEB. 27, 1SG9. Legislative lIcToii' I t. V hav plates resinning position as member of Congress from this District to assume ac tively tLe duties of Psesidcnt of the N. & O. llailroad, to which he was recently eiec tcd. We trust the rumor is untrue. If, however, the report is coufiruied,- wo may shortly expect a swarm of Congress ional aspirants. '" I B. ( "iiE ieDBesetrfienate'has concurred uible coutein- ;, i. If ,o cive, auCL follow them &sSf card r( fioujnjriug iu " vhK'tu . Tatfc office' of Stato i?c members out iu a tion of J as. iTVffTer. TIic aetiuu Speaker Center was inaugurated acting Governor of Tennessee oa Thars lay last. ii. j. en nessee enutii hiis reu-e.Vii v-rt..i-.in- I . ' ; tne.oi.l providing for the sale of such of j uie railroads as have tailed to pay their die on Monday, the 1st of March. The State will then be rid of the present Legislature, unless Mr. Sen to...

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. — 6 March 1869

JM COPBIERr' 7 THE HICKMAN ' COURIER " FCltlSHCJ tVEttTWXElE ST f 6 e W a t, r O-b'-b'ilOE: r Jlld JELL - , . .. -uer -f Jacksm andKentueJ'sts. "sies of Advertising. -uar, ten line or less, one inserting i subsequent insertion &uc jBth, - - . -I i 5 7 10 15 Si" 6 00 9 00 12 00 18 00 25 00 9 00 13 00 18 00 -.- - S5 00 th.'l moata - - - 15 00 f , . 2 . - - 20 00 . .. - 26 oo . ft " - . - - So 00 '.-., . . 60 00 :".. 12 ' - - ' 75 00 : llamn t m.aths - - 60 00 V 6 " - - - . 90 00 v " V" 12. " . - - 140 00 nnonncln; if Officer! ;-ity- 44 . iWc:pal Officer . iUarrfaffe and Deaths.' vEetTcs of the above character will be in rted free" of charge. Obituaries and trib Vef respect inserted at $1 CO per square. ,C 'Advertisements in local Column SI -v'iur lines or less ami 20 cents for each v, ,ional line. ' ' Voluntary communications, contain j interesting news, solicited from any --tar. News letters from western h.en- tand Tennessee especially desired Candidates. . $10 00 . ' - 8 00 . - ...

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. — 6 March 1869

- Jtll.l'jU' J "'I ILJ.iJUIlHIH- ' ' JB?' Jf-L'JU-J. L -III II Wl III 1 1 ! M I I i ''l V aWnl Prevail J Bsjr"'"' f. r GOLD'S pAm is"; V. f'.r f r - - r . eaiUCKy is not UTJ; ana is not very promptly paid, recently accepted an ap pointment from the Evangelical Knowl- edge bociety (a Low Church or. which ,. ltev. Mr. Tyng is a prominent member,) - "tf lecture m its behalf, and was invited f Rev. Mr. Cheney, Rector of Christ's i- i i . i: i : vuurcu, ii occupy ma puipiu Atisuup 'W'liitehouse, whose fynipathies are not t all with tho .Evanjre'iVil Knowledge Jociety, hearing of this, wrote to Bishop ?'umniias that he thought it weuiJ he V"" active bL trouble if he came iu this diocese on his mission, and while he was 'welcome to occupy a pulpit as u Bishop, he desired he would not come in the ca pacity of an agent of the society. Dr. Cummius, however, came and delivered in Christ's Church, to a crowded au dience, a powerful address, on "Tbe Be formation of the Sixth Century, in which he...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 6 March 1869

"v svx I " - - - - . -j . . ; . : . z : m : 1 c?3 printing !ifF the great r 1 DEALER IjST Ins. T jT' r.- " .,- rr prrv. 13 (P 1 4 . "4 ., i i - a 0 v , -venvucky is not l-Tj; acd is not very promptly paid, recently accepted an ap pointment from the Evangelical Kuowl edge Soeiely (a Low Church of winch .Rev. Mr. -Tyng is a prominent member,) ? lecture in its Lebalf, and was invited y j Rev. Mr. Cheney, "Rector of Christ's I Church, to occupy his pulpit. BitLop Wbitehouse, whose sympathies are not t all with the .Evangelical Knowledge ociety, hearing of this, wrote to Bishop ' "mniins that he thought it would be "'V,: " active bfL trouble if ho came in this diocese on Lis mission, and while he was 'welcome to occupy a pulpit as a Bishop, he desired he would not coine in the oa , racily of an agent of the society. Dr. . Comuiius, however, came and delivered in Christ s Church, to a crowded au dience, a powerful address, on "The He formation of the Sixth Century, in which he took strong...

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. — 6 March 1869

r ... JL. -J : V ' M .. . . 7 i' a h THE HICKHAN COIJEIA Jb T ATCRDAY,, :;vMARCU T;Tfiiet" Herb and if A. Ijna just in receipt "a . 1T ,Twof QARVtZX, HERB 3?EU$EEDS, from DAVID ANw-.Xil& SOX direct, warranted new of the kinds represented. Orders from ers solicited. 'Address, r J. II. DAVIS, Agent, -St Hickman, Ky. indebted to Hon. Oscar Tur e farors. interesting fact to know that smen of Hickman who ad Cdo seventy-five per cent of of the country. It should taut lesson to business men. (SpCRiER, and compare. -you want to build up a live, bust city, the" first step essential is to pa ffoxi home merchants, home mechanics, aid in fact, home interests of all kinds. - Home first the world afterwards." ( The Schools of this county are said be in a more flourishing condition now au for years before. ""tTlll people f Hickman are very re-.-isi of late in attending religious ser ver ices. : Let U9 reform. V FROif our exchanges we judge that .(Lire has never been a better prospect ror wheat...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 6 March 1869

, tf' . r 0 v.. . J -; Zm . r J i, CP" J, I 'A f CEO IIG IT WAKRITV, Editor. SATURDAY, 3IAECII 6, 18G9. The Inangarallon. Gen. U. S. Grant was inaarrurated President of the United States in Wash ton Thursday. The oath of office was administered by Chief Justice Chase in ihe presence of the Senate, members of tho House,' Supreme Judges, roreign Ministers, and the largest number of pec: tatora ever witnessing an inauguration. Nr. Wade, preeident of the Senate, ad ministered the oath of office to Hon. Schuyler Colfax, as Vice-President of the United States. The Cabivet nominations not yet re ceived. Tiik Tennessee School Fund. The Tennessee Legislature before ad journing, whitewashed all the parties im plicated in stealing the School fund. The etrt W(r i i j"ub urtra"ay F th e affair was LoutYlie reculiiirrigre to annihilate the whole of them, and hence party presuie forced them to white- ' washing. The parties themselves can not feel that they are acquitted, and the people of the whol...

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. — 13 March 1869

M i t m M V X 1 - y.-j , ... V.-' imi tiiuimirn ,., , , mmnij i,..-nn- .r.ji m( ' ' -v.".wr-w " l I i ii. mimj " - - roBtlSBU VST WSEK BT I - , - . , corpe W arren V OFFICE: - ""-rof Jackson and Kentucky ets l y-JJf.np stairs.) of Advertising. ... ten lines or lens, ene inserting rf'.i . s-;n r.n. 5 00 7 00 10 00 - . 15 00 6 00 0 00 19 no ft - 9 00 18 00 - 18 00 25 00 - 85 00 1.1 J. k""-.' "V UU 25 00 35 00 50 00 CUlf ulma t nentaa - - 40 00 i - . $ . - - 65 00 15 . 76 00 elmmn S months ft " . 60 00 . 90 00 140 00 "v-iir;i ii:o. J J- -.nnouQclnar .Candidates. VJitt05cers - $10 00 :J county .... 800 t Municipal OfScers - - - 6 00 -v 7Tarrlygf and Deaths. '.twicti "of Uie abovecuaracojr'Tri Drn- sd free of charge. Obituaries and trib - a ef respect inserted at $1 00 per square. -1X33 Adrtieent in. Local, Column $1 'rJ-eur lines or less and 20 cents for each ,.'lditional line. . i"ftfiT Voluntary communications, contain ing interesting news, solicited from any f f'narter. News letters ...

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. — 13 March 1869

rf'V r ,v V V. v 4 r V ) 9 """"j.- I- Y ri r i " V 1 f j-psldentranl'a Cabinet, j , Like bis inaugural ay-,. President Grant's Cabinet noruipcV Jave some what punlct tbe pnblfc?."t is -fe to teay tbe Radical party, and especially the " Radical politicians, will not be satisfied, ; ''while Conservatives generally -will give a "gurt of (piict acquiescence, knowing that perhaps with one exception extreme men Lave uoVbeen named, ,n nd the politicians hare been almost entirely ignored. This in itself, affords some consolation, notaf- - fectcl-by'Jtrt'actX tEay amcflsalirthe oaijies presenteJ therefs not a-on a repre senting a towering intellect or brilliant ? statesmanship. The Cabinet,, as a whole, S may be set down as an segregation of mediocre ability, and political modera tion, y -' ' v-v . '. Y E. B. Washburne, named for Secre tarv of State. i& the well known Con gressman froni Illinois, the. fast friend of Grant duriopr the war, and latterly pretty well known by his watchfulnes...

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. — 13 March 1869

. 1 - 52" i - - . - , I Y" V s V V V V r , ri-pSldeiiKGrant's Cabinet. I . Like his inaugural a.y5k President Grant's Cabinet nornim TiaTC some mtht. iha -nnblrtf-!. It is afe to ay the Radical party, and especially the t Radical politicians, will not be satisfied, 1hile Conserratives generally -will pivsa v --rt of fpiiet acquiescence, knowing that perhaps witn ODe exception extreme uicu hare noVbeeu named-, and the politicians hare been almost entirely ignored. This in itself, affords some consolation, notaf fect?X btV,ect tlTa am&jffg; all t the names- presented there is not evona repre antinrr a fnwpriniT intellect or brilliant f- etatesmauship. The Cabinetasa whole, v may be set down as an aecrregation of v mediocre ability and political modera tion, .v.r.?.--.- v- E. B. Washburne, named for Secre larT of State, is the- well known Con- gressnian from' Illinois, the. fast friend of I Grant during the war, and latterly pretty tht Iloue in 'checking "extravagance and wholesale...

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. — 13 March 1869

t i 1 1 .7Vi . .. .. i " M?1 x- -X . ; j' ' ' " ' - : . ; -rl CHAS A. H0LC0M3E'S COLUMN, j V - V 1 ) V; - r t - . Like his inaugural a.)g. President Grant's Cabinet nomirn Tiavc some what nuzslect the Tmblftf. Jt is le to "Vy tte Radical party, and especially the i Radical politicians, will not be satisfied, Awhile Conservatives generally -will given ""-Iftrt of fpiet acquiescence, knowing that perhaps with one exception extreme ujcu have no'ibeen. named, and the politicians hare been almost entirely ignored. This f in itself, affords some consolation, notat- - fectXbytb;eiett7ial amoB5;aUr--the naoies presented trier is not a-one repre J" sentin? a towerinc intellect or brilliant J-- ' statesmanship.,, Tka-Cabinet as a whole, may be set dovn'as' an aggregation of mediocrft ability and political moaera !tion. :- - ' I E. B. Washburne, named for Secre Jtirr of State, ia the well known Con pressman from Illinois, the. fast friend of f Grant darinsr the war, and latterly pretty , ' ?1 ...

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