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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 19 March 1880

u THE HICKMAN COURIER ruEMSIIKD EVERT miDAY BT GEORGE WAKRES JITCKJIAX KENTUCKY Qrrict llcinic Building Clinton Street 7he Oldest Xeiespaper in Western Kentucky George Warren JSelsfor Price of Subscription 2 FltlDAY MARCH 19 1880 UNITED STATS GOVERNMENT rresident Tl II Hitycs Vice Prcsident Ym A Wheeler Secretary of Stale IVm A Evjirts Secretary Treasury Jolin Sherman f Scretnry of War Gen Ramsey Secretary Navy Thompson Secretary Interior Carl Chun Tosttnastcr General David SI Key Attorney General Charles Devcns STATE OFFICERS Governor Lake P Blackhnfn 1A Governor J S Cantrell Secretary of State S B Churchill Assist Sec of State Thos G Harris State Auditor Fayette Hewitt Treasurer 3atncs W Tate Attorney General W Hardin Register Land Office Alph Sheldon Supt Pub Instruction J D Pickett -State Printer Elvis Potter - MnmtTF Piiipj ttim n -- -- - - ie Jlargis Thomas Uines and Cofer Judges fulien judge hold month COKT County Court H C every Ld Monday Bailey in each Fulton County Quarter...

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 March 1880

4 ZL THE HICKMAN COURIER runMsum every tridat nr Ill C KUAN KENTUCKY OrncE Hcinio UuHiliiiF Clinton Sfrcet 7 he OWttt Neictpayer in Wtiltrn Kentucky CScorge Warren Kiliir Irice of Subscript Son 2 FRIDAY MARCH 19 18S0 Tho Vote of Ce uro After all that lias been told and llie time that the Legislature has taken to say it on the penitentiary management the House baa passed the following resolution Jtesolcal by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky That the Governor be and he is hereby re quested to iortwith remove from offioe J W South Keeper of the peniten tiary and he id hereby authorized and empowered to appoint ono or more perons to take charge of the penitea tiary the public property therein and the convicts until the Legislature can provide by law for the regulation thereof The vote on the above resolution was -18 for censure and -10 against Of the members fromthia section those who voted against were Messrs Big ger Eaker and Yaugher Of their ac tion the Paducah Ne...

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 March 1880

i - i hk V- 1 t y 5 r i i a t mtsmtfic FRIDAY ft riTTii -- - - iiiSBBBBIWHJttBBHPMQuJifllii3fKtJU i VtiBIMlTffi I jj jjyr t K I THE HICKMAN COURIER MARCH 19 18S0 Local Hems t5BSIiort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where wo refuse to give name of author Elder J N Hall is to preach at thi Baptist church Sunday night NE W QOODS NEW GOODS al J 11 FLAUT BUO Mr Henry Buchanan merchant has returned from tho larger cities whither Lc has been buying spring goods We learn that Mr James Warner city lax collector returned a smaller de linquent list thau any tax collector for znauy years Some Missouri ites were on a lilo and ugly whiskey bum last Saturday Some of the iarty got rnulctcd in the city court and some of them fared worse over the river Next Sunday March 21st is Palm Sunday The berfediction of palms will take place nt the Catholic church at 10 a Sermon after mass on Paschal Communion Lecture at 7 oc...

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 March 1880

JH kL gCHfnmt govncv CAUSBRIES XI Header In my last Cnuserie I Fpoke of ihc Bible as the orly correct universal Standard by which to judge of the individual If you are one of three who admit the Bible to be the Word of God you will readily accept this rule JJut if you do not accept the Word of God if you reject the Gospel you will probably shrug your shoulders at uiy assertion and do as the man did contemn it tV - Irish- For your sake I will make a digres sion It will lead me to speak of the most important problems of the age ques tions of paramount interest which I vill have to treat very aerionly on ac count of their serious actuality For what I said of the Bible as a rule for the individual is equally true of it as a rule for society Society cannot exist without laws Laws im ply obedience man who cannot live without society must therefore obey Even if society could exist without re ligion or morality it never would ex ist without laws But what is th object or end of law Is it 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. — 26 March 1880

m hl IT I Ssis2SSL THE HICKMAN COURIER rrcLisiiKD EvctiT rain it nv GKORGE WABBEK HICKMAN - - - KENTUCKY OrricE Tleinie Building Clinton Street 7he Oldest Newtpaperin Western Kentucky George Warren Editor Price of Subscript ion 2 FRIDAY MARCH 26 1880 KITED STATS GOVERNMENT President It B Mayes Vice President Wm A Wheeler Secretary of btnte Win A Evarts Secretary Treasury John Sherman Secretary of War Gen Ramsey Secretary Navy Thompson Secretary Interior Carl Churz Postmaster General David M Key Attorney General Charles Dcvens STATE OFFICERS GoTernor Luko P Blackburn LL Governor J S Cantrell Secretary of State S B Churchill Assist Sec of State Tbos G Harris State Auditor Fayette Hewitt Treasurer James W Tate Attorney General I- Y Hardin ItegisterXand Office Alph Shelden tupt Pub Instruction J D Pickett State Printer Elvis Porter COURT OF APPAEL3 Pryor Chief Justice Thos 5 Harris Thomas Uines and Cofe Judges COURTS Fulton County Court H C judge held every 2d Monday SPECIAL NOTICES Bai...

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 March 1880

if Sr Bi r Ji m Sl III m km t teiaiteBJMiafa rpfaaffaffi i p i I e s S a THE HICKMAN COURIER rCDLlSHRD EVERY FRIDAT BY GEORGE WARREX JIICKMriAr - KENTUCKY Orrcc Ileinzc Building Clintoa Street 7ht OliittNeicspaperin Western Kentucky 2corgc Warren Editor Price of Subscription 2 FRIDAY TTT TOUCH 26 1SS0 POJHT5CL DICT4TORS The Hickman Courier is a very small little bit of a political power but we claim aa independent covereign t of conviction oti political custters which we utter when some of the preat er lights would not do eo We dont know how to be anything rhe than a strict Democrat if we desired and wouldnt know how to change if there was a necessity but we do Luow how to feel one grand disguEt for great democratic leaders when they act as eonie democratic leaders are now act inR In saying this we refer to the dis tensions and dirieions uow prevailing in the Democratic party A large ma jority of Democratic newspapers and Democratic leaders aro engaged and bare been continuously sin...

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 March 1880

m I THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY 3Sj MARCH 26 1880 Local Hems RglSliort cemmunlcations on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where we refuse to give name of author Now is the time to plant your spring advertisements NEW GOODS NEW GOODS at J H PLAUT BRO Mrs E Eddings mother of E B Eddings h d her arm broken last week at Fulton The common belief that a mild win ter is productive of sickness is a fallacy says Prof Praetor the astronomer WE have the lateBt styles of Pinafore Slippers Newport Ties and Sandals very mch2G 4t J AMBERGS SONS It is not good luck that malceB good crops but it is goed work Brains and hands must combine to do the work The approaching Centennial at Nashville promises to mark an interest Ing event in the history of the Stale Elder W H Cook will preach in the Christian Church next Lords day at 11a w and 7 r it Lords day school at 4 r jr The Majfield Tobacco Warehouse lias been In existence four years a...

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 March 1880

m ftcvavy Sovncv CAUSERIES XII Hon beautiful A peach tree full 9f blossoms Itijilit in front of my window I cannot look out iuto the bright sunny i pring morning without feasting my eyes on this immense bou quct of pink beauties Every blossom is a beauty a pink beauty with a heart of the purest blood Thero is only one thing wanting to give this bouquet more relief a back ground to ECt off its beauties Eome leaves But all its beauty tosday is nothing in comparison with the ravishing pic ture it presented a few days ago It had been raining not violently raining no it was more like sprink ling crystal dust over the ground and the trees than anything else The tiny drop almost too diminutive to strike the eye felt cold in the disrml chilly atmosphere As they came down dropping dropping on my peach tree I could see them mnmnrr aion the w6 I- boughs and around the blossoms to meet each other And how these little rain drops do love each other They have no rest no quiet until they meet each ...

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 April 1880

M It jsatStiSfea - 2WC3V JaBra flHPHPr 1 1 l rillllM ttMAA M n rt if I II i THE HICKMAN COURIER rCBLlSIIKD EVERY eUIDAT BY 7IICKVAN - Do ourfCle Bfr4AJas Bmha iPattorney A - KENTUCKY Omcfi Tleinsc Building Clinton Street -- IhkOl deitiKeicsyiaperin Jiiciltrn Kentucky ficorgc irrcK Editor A Hargia WR Judges if lr lac fill ill Price ot Subscription 2 FRIDAY - STATE OFFICERS i Governor Luke P Blackburn - Lt Governor J S Canlrell Secretary of State S B Churchill Assist Sec of Stato Thos G Harris State Auditor Fayette Hewitt -Treasurer Jsmes Ww Tate KTAttoray General W Hardin sjrvjSEJTWrWWRBtj APRIL 2r 18S0 UNITED ST ATS GOVERNMENT President It J Hayes Vice President Wra A Wlieoler Secretary of ikate Wo A Erarts Secretary Treasury John Sherman 3ecretnryof War -Secretary Navy Secretary Interior Carl Chun PcsttnastcrGencral David M Key -Attorney Goneral Charles Dcvens C C AAsA udMwugr Diicset Bute Printer Elvis Porter COURT OF APPAELS Pryor Chief Justice Thos I Thomas Hincs and Cofer Tulto...

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 April 1880

- 4 lUvv K ft Mill- EaSO O C9 THE HICKMAN COURIER PUBLISHED ETKKT TRIDAT HT GGORflG WARISES IIICKAIAX KENTUCKY Orricc Heinle ttuildinj Clinton Street 1kt Ohltst Nejcip iytrln Wttttrn Kentucky corge Warren FRIDAYPT to O w H K J P S9 o u A SB J Ktlifior P O O Price rStiljwrJjtlion 2 i AIKIL 2 1880 PBEIOSX IlJUVtfirfcS rTbe inteieitci ttoo waxes wattnor ui winner A few weeks ago iho wholrt conutry North and South appparej ixipremeh icdifferent but everywhere intereai ir awakening and very likaly by the tiuit the oomioatitig aixctublo io June the whole oouutry will be up to red hot heat On the Republican ride the content fcr the nomination is manifestly be tween Grant and Blaine with Sherman Etili in the field Grants chances are decidedly the best and we have no donbt but that the nomination will be given to bim if be wants it and we are perfectly well satisfied that he wants it We also believe that Grant will be the candidate easiest beaten by the Democrats before the people but the ha...

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 April 1880

SshiBtfi i f sfas ur iiihmiMei2iiiib - v THE HICKMAN COURIER Pill DAY tslssjlllllllllllllllllsKwjPK Ptp ll r 3BPIF 1 djPPJ rs iJ APRIL 2 1SS0 Local Items ggjShort communications en public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of where we refuse to give name of author Prof Tice predicts that lat Sunday Vras the lRst oold day Next Saturday is the county iir netting Workmen are rio engaged building ft new Episropal church at Fulton NEW GOODS NEW GOODS at J II PLAUT bro Wood The crj is wood frota a large number of Hlakman families Bring it in The BichmDnd MoElrcth Dramat le Company are playing in Fulton this week BLACK DRAUGHT cures dyspep i a indigestion snd heartburn For sale by Buck Cowoill Capt Tyler and A E Coleman cade large purchases of lumber in Dyer county last week The Laolcde House is the d farorite with our traveling public It is a first class house Leo Faxon of the Paducah JVetcs thinks that there will be an extra session of the Legislature thi...

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 April 1880

- 4 Mti grH vzlexSL - 4tfv the road and with laughter V 1XWWCI Educational Deparlmenl JT II SAUNDERS Kditor teticEtliit Ifso llabii Muaj uiHuio incidents occur in school rooms where the old method ol teahin the alphabet retaluod We recall the follow iui Teacher Whats thai poiotiug to the letter X Sninll Boy It paps name Teacher No you duuee its X Small Boy Taint neither Ive seed pap write hi name muny n limp In ouo of our Western States a boy mx teen years old visited school for the fit time with hia dinner basket and Bible TIjh teacher tound he knew nothing about letters and told him ho needed a different book But the boy was prepared for this Dad said thi vus the tet book in the world and I roust learn in it The teacher teeing it wa useless to argue tho question at tempted to teach the lad hid letters in the Bible Teacher pointing to a Whats Him Boy Ducno Teacher Thats a Boy A what Teacher A just a the letter a1 that pointio to b Boy Dunoo Teacher tThuti b WharY hir wIneeV See her...

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 April 1880

t i 9t USE 7Ae Oldest Ktvipaperin Wtiltrn Kentuehj CJcorge Warren Editor Price of Subscription 2 FRIDAY - i APRIL 9 1S80 UNITED STATS GOVERNMENT President R Bllayos Vice President Wm A Wheeler Secretary of State Win A Evarts Secretary Treasury John Sherman Secretary of War Gen Ramsey Secretary Navy Thompson Secretnry Interior Carl Churz Postmaster General David M Key Attorney Geucrnl Charles Devens STATE OFFICERS Governor Luke P Blackburn IL Governor J S Cantrell Secretary of State S B Churchill Assist Sec of State Thos G Harris StatcAuditor Fayette Hewitt Treasurer James W Tate Attorney General W Hardin Register Land Office Alph Shelden JSujU Pub lift itruotion J D Pickett State Printer Elvis Porter ttatgls Judges COURT OF APPAELS Chief Justice Thos J Thomas Bines and Cofer COURTS Fulton County Court H C Bailey judge held every 2d Monday in each month Fulton County Quarterly Court H C Bailey judge held 4th Monday in Jan- uary April July and October MAGISTRATES COURTS 1st District 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. — 9 April 1880

I 3SSP StJ 3EE3flVJ3fMBlfiittfelar o w ts o 0 o O S THE HICKMAN COURIER rumisnxp rvcur fridat bt JIICX3JJX - - - KENTUCKY Office Jlcinie Buildicp Clinton Btrcet 7Se Oliti Netcspapcrin Wttttra Kentucky 5corg Warren Editor iPrlcc oi Subscription 2 FRIDAY APRIL 9 1880 free Passes au1 Strliroad Cur poraSions v Wo Eccit stated that every member of the Kentucky Legislature with perhaps some half dozen exceptions tre provided with frco passes over the railroads to and from their homes Thejc same members charga the State mileage for going to and from their homes precisely as if they paid their railroad fate out of their own pockets Not only members of the present but members of former Legislatures for years have beco doing this self fame thing It has grown to be sueh a custom that tho mast correct mem bers cccopt such favors Years ago Kentucky editors were in the habit of using free railroad pasees but happily for some years past a sentiment has prevailed among the more independent onee to ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 April 1880

THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY APRIL 9 1S80 Local Items ESliort communications en public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where we refuse to give name of author Bishop Dudley will preaoh at the Dpiscopal church Sunday week ISth inst A LARGE ASSORTMENT of Cane and Brussels Carpet Folding Rocking Chairs c at KISTNER GARDNERS Rev W T Bolliop will visit Hick wan Sundaj weekr and preach at the Methodist church T CenlR An amply supply of COTTON SEED at 7 cents at POWELL BRO Elder Jo U Roulliae will preach at the Christian church next Lords day at 8 oclock r jj Services at 10J oclock a m and Sunday School at 4 oclock r m VERAIIFUQE The best in the market at op9 2t FORTUNE S DRUG STORE Full mony a flower is born to blub unseen and waste its fragrance on the desert air full many a man will solve the game fifteen but when he looks again it isnt there JUST RECEIVED a fine lot of latest style Furniture at p9 lt KISTNER GARDNERS Father Ane...

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 April 1880

7 - sq8aMri L ailJU3Ca rcirov Mctcow as the place for the county scat During the Mrupgle Moscow iutDagcd to have a steamboat run up tl c Bayou dcChicn to that place tl inking that would be an inducement Icr the location Columbus still en tertained tl c hope that the advantage of the Mississippi liver would induce the people o uiuie the couuty seat back to that place Thus we had three parties contending for the county town The Moscow parly was headed by Samuel 1 McFullwlo as the pro prictor of said town Dr Luton and Dr Ashburn wielded a powerful iuflu ence in faor of Mocow They were men of character and standing belov ed and respected by all who knew them Dr Luton was brother in law to Dr Ashbum and father of Drs Sam and Joe Luton and also father of widow W P Uriflcy who now resides in this county aud is well knovui to many of our citizens There were a good many in favor of i the center of the county as that would be just and lair to all her citizens The Clintou party headed by Judge...

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 April 1880

I iiit atfaMffMEftfffsiiMsMfrT if tWjftfftlWlwlMMhfeiWtf r - - VviVnTirrtftilftitei ssaHBV V 2j KUS 7 iJsSsSBs i 1- V- - k twt - mT mm THE HICKMAN COURIER i PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY BY oeorge SlCKXAN I WARREK KENTUCKY OrricE Acinic Building Clinton Street ZJU Oldttt Newspaper in Wetttrn Kentucky JSeorge Warren Editor Price of Subscription 2 JTIDAT f APRIL 1G 1880 NITEDSTATS GOVERNMENT Trident K B Hayes Vice President Wm A Wheeler iecretaryof State Wm A Everts Secretary Treasury John Sherman 3eeretarytof War Gen Ramsey Secretary Navy Thompson v Secretary Interior Carl Churz Postmaster General DaTia M Key Attorney General Charles Devens BTATB OFFICERS x w Governor Lake P Blackburn It Goveraorr J 8 Can tr ell Secretary of State S B Churchill AcsistSec of 8tate Titos G Harris y8tat Auditor Fayette Hewitt Treasurer James W Tate - Attorney General W Hardin 1 Register Land Office Alph Shelden Supt Pub Instruction J D Pickett Ute Printer Elxis Porter M iaij esSCOUET OF APPABLS STrrrryWiMefusl...

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 April 1880

Mm M z m i H ssjaaasaaaMaaianMMpaissaaasMPBsaMss pwb O 0 J I 1 - EH 1 I J ilpL U fev bo matter wnat the appropriation reads This with etcet eras -would necessitate the increase of taxes The Senate bill which the Keics opposes proposes to hire out all over 500j convicts which as conceded would bricg a net revenue to the Stater and for this -number 500 the present penitentiary certainly would afford ample and healthful accommodation The new penitentiary is likely to be locatcdin thi3 end of the State and all our home members are Toting for it bul for all that we prefer itbe Sen atObill When our people understand thctwb bills and the real situation welbinlo they will fault onr members forvotirig fof the new penitentiary Tnc town of Fnlton has obtainod a special act allowing the use of the poll tax of citizens within said corporate limits to be used for bridge purposes in saidtowfc which act has produced considerable dissatisfaction ia other parts of the county and wo learn that petitio...

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 April 1880

ft IV THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY APRIL 10 1880 WJ Local Hems SgShort communications on public questions printed bat not responsible forsentimcnts or expressions of corres pondents -except where wo refuse to give nameof anthor i i Mavfioldisto have a jockey club - Frail in this section has not been killed by frost Ber W T Boiling is announced to preach at the Methodist church Sunday morning and night Tv VERMIFUGE The lies t In the market at ap9 2t FORTUNES DRUG STORE Our exchanges report the peach crop further North killed Hereabouts we learn itis yet safe JootB Gaines expects to commence the publication of a new paper at Fadu can on the 1st of My Osr city conrt bad quite a ran of business last Monday assessing fines ag gregating abohl 5100 The Hickman Steam Wagon Factory sow work 05 hands -and is enlarging and improving in every respect Rev Thomas U Dudley Bishop of the Diocese of Kentucky is to preach -at the ItalscopaYchurch Sunday morning and OlgBU Fanners growing eotton this sea...

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 April 1880

New Uode of Land Lawfc The report of the public land com mission classifies the public lands into five great divisions Arable irrigable pasura6e mineral and timber lands When the land system was first adopts ed all the public lands were supposed to be arable lands and our whole sys tern of land surreys and allotments were based on this assumption until tbedevelopment of mining industries in California brought into recognition a new class Known as mineral tanus requiring wholly different statutory treatment The report does not propose to dis turb the existing syetem of land sur reys but rceommends important im provements of detail As to mining claims the St Paul and Minneapolis Press in a very in structive article on this code says Under the common law system there has been an almost absolute exemption from litigation No one disputes a title which rests on -well defined surface and vertical lines But the California system is a history of the most frequent vexa tious costly and ruinou...

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