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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 March 1869

-J J. JL. V r' ?1 -Li. i- V r V V K : X. r ' - i r J! 7 THE "HICKMAN - COURIER. , Ueo'r ge -W: n, rren lid-' 9 the eornerf raCentucky its. i;J tit' )up s&Jy V" GEORGE 1TARUEX, Editor. SATURDAY; : t MARCH 13r 18G9. Tenure of Office. - Tie Lower "House . of Congress Las IwJ bill repealing the Tenure of Office Law by a very small majority. . The Scbool Tax. iWe have been frequently reminded that the subject of the New School Tax should be discussed before our readers. The i election, uext August, is so far in the future, and the4practical necessity of i the tax being increased so apparent, we have not deemed the discussion neces sary. The, people of Kentucky have! ever been alive to their own interest and the geod of those who are to come after them, and we have no fear will bo mani fest In August next by voting the addi tional tax. They voted our first school tax of two cents by a majority of over thirty-six thousand, and in 1833 voted to increase the tax to 5 cents by a major ity...

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 March 1869

COURIER. . :cn rhrTT.Irr : TriirTITT- Tla'FT'' 'A:-:$xT? ' T "DT TIO ; TTC V ' Ii ".HICKMAN Terms of Subscription to 4 THE HICKMAN COURIER. $2 50, Invariably in Advance. Clubs of ten, to tbe same post office 51 00 Address, Publisher Hickmax Coiana, Hickman, Ky. J rCBLUBJI SVEBY IT; '.g o r g o i OFPIOE:.. turner of Jackson and Kentucky sts. VOL. II L HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1S69. NO. 14: ..'V (op stairs.) . . I V: . 1 rrtv street cc, 1 k' ..AU at r 'T ' . 4 of Advertising. ilines or leas, en inserting ' Juent insertion 50c. or if ' " - ' - 5 00 rrrT- - - - 7 (o !vv . . . - 10 03 ' V . . - IS 00 - . - 6 00 "" -..... - - 9 00 J 4- - 12 00 F y . 13 00 - 25 00 0 00 13 00 18 00 25 00 85 00 . 15 00 - 20 00 25 00 - 35 00 50 00 - 40 00 N 65 00 75 00 CO 00 - 90 00 .it t noaths -6 " , -11 " --inmn t months' v - 140 00 nnounclos Candidates. Officers - ' - -tuicipal OfSears- r , - . $10 00 8 6 TarriageV and Dentin. V of the above character will be ia- i frt of char...

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 March 1869

2 Cou IT from the Uuionlowa (Ky.) .Appeal. A Wild Child in Kentucky. Tie country iu a southwesterly direc- - tion from this place, and exteuding te- tween a point five miles from town to , about ten wiles, is sparsely inhabited, aud maoy thousaud acres have yet their 'i aped foreet growth. .There is also a strip r .... in this timbured loeatiou where the trees have been uprooted "and now lie as a mass of lor,' limbs, and underbrush, and . known as the . f Hurricane. In tho surrouuuinps of the Hurricane rc good hunting grounds turkey, deer, aud the general sruull varietea are to be Hound by the expert hunter. There is f aho a Eonjethina; that has been described y to us by several persons that have eeen r it ot.I ni .v,. t v . , i u .... nuu ii in .- 7 r or some .mouths past, a gentleman residing near tins portion of the county Lrnirn a Ma lIiA., l 1. A J sounds issuing from the dense timber, re Xfeombhng the sound of a child in distress 1 Ml child shriek, llieiamily has been much dis...

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 March 1869

x . ' y Z: ?K.-r" " - , - " i t V-.: A- .Y I 7 CyHE' HICKMAN ' COURIER. J ATURDAV,. : ,M ARCH 20, 1SG9 -f t0o New. Charles Oswald keeps assortment of all kinds of Window iee, Carpet Mattresses etc, selling at .iaiiu prices. ' .in II J Disconcerted. . BABE LEFT TO TIIS MERCY :V itf, AGED COUPLE iMr sensation occurred ia this urJaj mo-ruins: last, which ex- vronder of. a whole neighbor Mcb. put the gossipera and" "! fully astir. One of our ?ho is a very early riser, Jbor of his residence on tioned, to his surprise Jfound a full size baby, ylad, laying quietly at JJhe old gentleman in " ushel to inform his better- of the fact, and he and lrcr, after ing the basket containing the "lit amplia" in the house, close to the proceeded to summons their neigh to tho scene. A number of women ra .congregated the affair flew over tctrn, and it was soon upon the , -ague of e very body, t that a baby had left : the night before at the or of our old friend. Grave rus cios and scandals were afloat' as...

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 March 1869

A ' r -?i-'t r V tt THE, HICKMAN COURIER. rOBMSHE) -.VEST WIKK T George ;"Varrcn ' -OFFICE: ; ' : O tha corner f Jackson and Kentucky sts. 1 - ' (op stairsi) GEORGE WARRE., Editor. SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 18G9 State Ala to Railroad. The bill submitting to the people the question of State aid to railroads, which passed the Lower House of our State Legislature, has been witbdrawu from the Senate for reconsideration, which amounts to its defeat. The bill pro vides for the investment of ten millions of State bonds in the first mortgage bonds of the various railroads through out the State: The friends of the tneas nre are likely to bring the question be fore the people at .the August election, with the view of electing members who will insure its passage next session. We hold that the system of giving State aid to railroads is wrong, and must operate unequally upon different sections of the State. "Where railroads are real ly needed there is no difficulty in raising capital for their constru...

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 March 1869

4 -5- :7C PTISAN COURIER,, i-OBLUHSI WEEK BT lr &o"l !W a r r eji . 1 ecernevof .Jackson' and Kentucky ts. J QJj XIH ::;H Hi,.? H Cfl. tlA . wli A vJJ. fl.-. M n fl l nl) fTTTT'TrD i - . V"-- : : ' -fci-A-AJ U JLi VOO (up ttilrs.) fully Rir, ta lines or less, nc inserting cb aubseqaent insertion 60o." arc, X - good 4 " N j'ons, etc PEOFESSIOTAL. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY; SATURDAY. MARCH 27, 1869. NO. 15. TTtf . u J" 3'" '.our,' kinds of rurniturs:- . mi on reasonable termB. .anclie "liters. A - . - r"r pleasant to 18 00 25 00 9 00 18 00 18 00 "25 00 85 00 n nn :4-!s .rd ieb2;) QQ xl Drug &25 00 ".,'BS.5 00 iuf' oo - J 40 00 i'4 65 00 . 75 00 ' - ' 60 00 -1- - 90 00 c,;- - 140 00 Candidates. ; . - fiooo . - - 8 oo racers - - - b W abore ctiaratr will be In" Obituaries and trib- . -erted at $1 t)0per square, to llteg ,n Local Column $1 ATTORNEYS AT LAY. ... oo Collectora, Real Estate Agents mUKJIAN, KY. 7 00 10 00 15 00 8 00 Americans in Brazil. The Rio Janeiro correspo...

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 March 1869

f , --&uq I V v. I CHASA. HOL s .i "etV V k. How to Plant Corn. As it is cora-planting time, there are many of our farmers who would proba bly be glad to know the plan pursued by Mr. David Dickson, of Hancock county, of the most 'successful corn- A GENTS WANTED TO SELL THE "PENX7 LZTTZS ECCZ," . For copying Letters without Tress or Water. This Great Time, Labor and, Money-Sating Invention bring! a really indispensable feature of business witbin the reach of all. Price, $2 25 and upward. None see it but to. praise its simplicity and convenient, as it recommends itself. and iilu at sight. Adapted to every kind of business. It does not play out, as the fi r t im am. a hff!nniii Rt it 11 Ml V e Have good, taming plows, and ac- territory given. For testimonials, terms, ua.: -rone growers in tuefcu.th. ..Ilia suggestions, which are communicated to the Southern Cultivator, are the result of experience auu Bcienunc researen in farming fox "ore than twenty years. The followiug .a nis pun...

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 March 1869

,, -4 V """ ' ". " " - f 'J' J r A s-" IBL. How to Plant Corn. As it is cora-plactiug time, there are many of our farmers who would proba bly be glad to" know the plan pursued by Jlr. David Dickson, of Hancock couDty one of the most 1 Successful corn growers in tbevfiouth. .Hid suggestions which are communicated to the Southern Cultivator, are the result of experience uare, terfLand scientific research in farming for -ch ubneuore tban twenty years. The following "i ""js his plan for breaking the land am t . sf planting the corn : f ."IIave good turning plows, and ac .t'oriing to your "ability, use one or two i Lor.ses, and subsoil, lude over the field .. -and layoff the land so that the horses a t i 1 1 po round on a level, and the dirt wil uown mil. A team will break up M nine inches deep m this way as , a 3' they could seven inches on -jieoe of land. Continue to take dauTTn tlie same way until the field ,I&heJ, one team following another 's time coiner round the circle : and ....

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 March 1869

"mr V -rV. I' s.ong, et ' '.VOllt.V men' tntfr x j: kiads. J i V ' .V e - lifngtob-es tor; and Dr."? let, botii I2a I in their cd Ssmselve." -vho-'cf- . ' e Iiotssr-; t r" t a st ili-S he doubly ht 'e propert; letter -itiiJ... j!iy sr-- THE. HICKMAN COURIER: O o o r g e , ,1V a r r e n . OapuWaeof Jackson and Kentucky sts. (up stairs.) '. GEOBGe WARREX, Editor. SATURDAY, : MARCH 27, 1869. Got. Stevenson Tnpopular. Trnm Parties who have been In Frank- Tan cli" Xort m"ch f pa3t yea, We arC leJ t0 ;tV-'. - JelieTe that Lis Excellency, .'Gov. Stev- ..'y'nBon,' u fast loosing his popularity with he p'e'oplc :of the State. ; Called to 'the Executive Chair by the largest majority (ever given to "any gubernatorial candi- Jitte io the history of the State, sustaio- 4 ed by legislatvre body thoroughly in Aaccora, the expectation irom uis iuw.u- istration was great.,, Great in the. lact that it would be the representative ad ministration cf - the - Democratic party, 'managed and directed" by i...

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. — 3 April 1869

; . .10 satar ickhan; courier. PCBUSBIa TST WEEK T SAT-" 0 0 e "Warren. - ie coraer of Jackson aad Kentucky tts. ', - 1 (sp stairs.) L ; "ale of Advertising. . " , - - "JL-7 -, 111 liacs or less, an inserting . "v.'" aratH"" insertion CK-c 00 7 00 10 00 - 15 00 6 00 9 00 12 Oil - Is 00 25 00 - - 9 00 IS 00 - 1 00 1 i 00 - S5 00 1" 'aa . V, 4 ft'cfhor -v rjici a prei aetr 4 ha CPu -' 15 00 ..- fl 00 i ill V 25 00 - 35 00 60 00 - 40 00 55 00 75 00 eo Oil - 90 00 liO 00 UIIiL - . .... . . . , nd - - $10 00 8 00 i. Ml Officers" - 5 00 Ik rinses and Deatbt. 'J Lihi a.bor character will b in" jipffviarge. Obituaries and trib 1 nserted at lil 00 per 9 juare. , . m ieBta in Local Column SI '-nPEa and 0 cents for each r, put ; - ' -i--.Ti.rSH .solicited from any from Western Kea- mm .-iatlT desiredw " cume- w : 1 AL.-- Ayder, A. : ' Jrner, Bian J- - J. L'on .... jjilTlUt, ji ; - ' T 'Jf ,y't"la5- J Corbett, Carter Blan- .irr?.-l'am, J. Saudck, W. A. b' Baak. Paris. . Dry Goodu -2, liberjr. 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. — 3 April 1869

: Jvr.- --'i? -rr - ' " :Z- J J t- . f - A: : V 'r i' V V- ) ' f it y - r ) - rr -'-rw -- ' f I --w--' , i " - wrv n - ; THE TOBAfXO ASTIOOIV. - - --lyitliout Money and Without - ; ' Irlce. ' ;'- '. In oar aDti-tobacco.Iabors, we eec thou sands whose wills are paralyzed" by tobac co, who struggle to be free, but give up in despair. They need an antidote for nn insatiable appetite, Resolutions niust be armed, and we gladly pul ii-sh it to every sufferer and to the world. To such as are utterly stupicd by the drug, and such us revel in saliva r.nd fuioe glorying in their fchauie we make no appeal ; but to such as " proan, being in bondage," longing to be free, we Here is our -antidote, friend. Try it. We ask nothing for it. 1-JL Make the motof your will. Prop iXtnrLiVcc! ani reslve aevcr to use it again ;jn any form. . i- 2. Go to an apothecary, and buy tea ' Jw-Vrr.rdsrtji cf gentian root, coarsely r -ns r.inoh of it after each meal. sort Q .mni,nton neommon nuid Si GENTS AY A NT ED ...

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. — 3 April 1869

HICKMAN : COURIER, .'SATURDAY, AFR-IL 3, 1SC9. TIXE "LEGISLATURE. m Wit, We are authorized anil requested to an ofl Major J. -CLAY HORN E,. of Hick uly, as a candidate to represent the at Fulton and Hickman in tLe cr llouss 0f tijtt next Leg isUtare. '?33 C01TSTA2LE.. : uthorixed " to announce R. S t a a candidate for Constable . Crril District, at tffe ensuing May -authorized to "announce S. R. i candidate for Constable in -) district. - - ' - !- riic J to announce GEORGE tbe present incumtent, as election td the office of ' aid keeps good 'is prepared . t re- i uiuire on the shortest oaable terms. ' - Oor.- latest -advices of , 'thc 1st instant. The Ohio -t.n l Cincinnati, rising slow V'utuberland rising slowly at n 1 the Mississippi nearl j sfa J't. Louis.- 1 The St. Louis Ke however, apprehends some atl-."a'-as it has news of more wa ts above. " "ouri is stationary.." We have a lot T2 Pu' UP n bundles of for tale at this office. White repcct-nunier-lQrr ueens Also to .-"'ijardwa...

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. — 3 April 1869

V N THE HICKMAN C0UR1L'.. rL'BHSHtJ tTKBY WEEK Bt 1 -' .. :Gc.oic. -W a, r r e n . . OPITOE: On Se corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts. (np stair.) GEO It Hi WARRE., Editor. SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1SG9. " 1'ubltc SpeaUInfr. ' .TuiIko U. K.' Willlama, desires it au- bounced .that he will address the cititens Fulton county, at the Court Hou.e. lynday the 12th instant. Dr. Miles wlllaIo ;ivc an nccouut of -cwardihip to the people on that V- Appointment. :itches to t!i Vniou V American .iianner. announce that 1.x-1 resident -voiniSon will speak at Knoxvillc on to- -Jar. and at Nashville ou the Gth instant. -tv.. vrML.t,w:iiA ia will nrAPOAil trt ATrfn- phis and will ppeak there also. Col. Pickjctt, editor of the Pudueah Gazette, has been appointed postmaster at that place. Kentucky, in her existence of sev- - - cmj. si ycarsiiM z . . ueia;ictLitju ui an J ui.ut uiuii.. The Iron Mountain railroad is in operation a distance of forty miles north from Belmont. Y. IS. Gibes, Esj., announces him s...

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. — 10 April 1869

'7 ,-CHE, HICKMAN - COURIER . CBHSHE1 tTEr WKE BT " ' I CrGorge "Warren. T)n the cornr of Jackson and Kentucky sts. . (up stairs.) e.ps cf : Alvertislng. 5fcart, ten lines or less, ene inserting 0a subsequent insertion luc. 2 months, , ' - -- ....... . " . 5 00 7 00 10 00 15 00 6 00 9 00 12 00 is oo 6 12 i 25 00 9 00 13 00 18 00 25 00 S5 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 35 00 50 00 40 00 f5 00 75 00 CO 00 90 00 140 00 jttc!n3r Candidates. ccrs; " "02icers $10 00 8 00 - 6 oo Vfrlasres ana ucaiiw. fvf tin. aWi character- will le in of charge. Obituaries anJ trib iect inserted at $1 00 per square, -'semonts in Local Column SI less and 20 cents lor each 'nmunications, contain- "vs, solicited from any ers from Western Ken j especially desired. -Directory. 'tteyt at Imio. h'r, Randle & Tyler, A. ..V'alker & Cowgill,-Uoul-fl4ale, OscarTurner, Bland mith, Troy, Tenn.; L. Don ,iptonviliet Tenn. -l'f:ystcians. Oonrlev Jb CorbetL Carter Blan- A. A. Paris, J. Saudek, W. A. rlkes. - 'Dentist. - I.. ...

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. — 10 April 1869

V -J - Job Printing' ! How Farmers waste Time. Mr. Harrison, in ono of bis papers "called "Walts" and talks on the farm," which have been running for more than a year in the American Agriculturalists, has the following capital Bit at the waste of time bj farmers: "It is a well known fact that dog3 wag their tails, and a philosopher once com puted the amount of power in the agr? gate, lost to the world by this useless hab it, and found that it was sufficient to turn half the grist mills iu Europe. If he should figure up all the power we lose on the farm in a year for the want of a little thought, he would probably tell us tbat it would be sufficient to dig in a week or two, all the gold in California, and make us all rich. But joking apart, if other manufacturers lost as much time and power as eome farmers do they would soon Le ruined. We lose time iu every J. H. DAVIS, DEALER IN Groceries, BOOKS AND STATIONERY, BOOTS, shoes, HATS, CAPS, etc., CLINTBN STREET, HICKMAN, KY. DEALER IIST...

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. — 10 April 1869

3 i V. i - . -a J rs,:- R. Boo. nieealth's iter iik 1 -A. Bl " " f - A ? If - ' IIott Farmers waste Time. ' Mr. Harrison, in one of his papers "called "Walks" and talks ou the farm," which have been running for more than a year in the American Agriculturalists, has the following capital Bit at the wasic of time bj farmers: "It is a well known fact that dog3 wag their tail:?, and a philosopher once com puted the amount of power in the aggre gate, lost to the world by this useless hab it, and found that it was sufficient to turn Lalf the grist mills in Europe?. If he - should Cgure up all the power we lose on - the farm in a year for the want of a little thought, he would probably tell us that it would be sufficient to dig in a week or two, all the gold in California, and make us all rich. But joking apart, if other . manufacturers lost as much time and power as some farmers do they would soon be ruined. "We lose time iu every vrnj. We take a load to the city and Comeback empty, and t...

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. — 10 April 1869

""if1-! a l ' x:-. 4 4 s Ni. w.. 7 n - V . cl-' JCCCS. on -3 tO that it th ;'' 1 - t on. greater not thi'-. fbi V. ' . 1 : li Hmin THj HICKMAN C0URIE1V.r W arren. OFFICE: On the corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts (up stairs.) GEORGE HAIXREX, Editor. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1800. Gen. Km H. Mi:kay has been nomi nated by tlie President as United States Marshall tor the District of Kentucky. '. Cl XS. LoNGSTnr.ET has been confirmed ! Purveyor or the port of New Or!eus ! enc ly UU8 waiter, auu wuwc t. . . r -. t. in Tl. m-iidfitv 1f'rr:ttrt hnvi lost Hifir G.-.vernor thev have by a vote of 5 to 10. The m , ... ...-J J . - thoso opposed to turn uoJeU tlie vo.c. Gss. V,. II. IIobsox has been appoint ed Internal Revenue Collector lor the f ourth Kentucky District, iu placo of A BILL is now before the Arkansas Senate prohibiting the sale of iutoxieat . ing liquors in quantities loss than five gallons, exsept upon the preset iptiou of a pbyaicuu. TUE frteaus of Hon. l'icrrc Soule have written to...

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