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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 1 April 1871

r A J ( t. - t r I '-PS,-'!' "JMUlWL."W,limlAJ!BI !"k aman courier. 8LUBXI V.VS.XTWBEX IT je "Warroh. i -, i-1 t -i r . On-the earner of Jackson aS Kentucky ate op Bt&Irs.) &lf0F ADVERTISING. ttft line CT WI lmwrnoa ft anbeea,uent insertion 60c. , . T Iraanths, - 6 00 - 7 00 -. - 70 00 - . , 18 OO - - 9 00 - - 12 00 - - 18 00 . - "25 tfl -t,,-' - 9 00 IS 00 18 00 - , 25 00 - ; S5 00 . - 15 00 . - 20 00 25 00 - : . - 85 00 - ... . f.Q 00 . . - 75 00 . :: . .. . . . no oo Annonnclnff Candid ate. mi Offr " , . a OO ' for feu at; ',".''.' - - 6 0 far Moniofal OJSeere Warrlasei nd Deatiit. s . , " ,v.T. Ooitua-rfee trio eried free eT8 l 00 ner square te. of rpect 1 1 Column $1 S-2V- AMrt!l"B1u 1 LOCH Column uf&fS l.MWd 20 ecu for each 5tlry communication, contain. l.ftTruAy.wa, .olicitcd from any letters from Western B.en rrATTtnneV.e. e.iecially de.ired. PROFESSIONAL. JOHNSTON & DUNBAR, ilttorneys at liaw, Ileal Estate Agents. v aoa to Aistasosr & 7CHarow,) .Vct.ti K...

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. — 1 April 1871

i i - r 8 r ' ( i J ; 'TAUSGELLANy.-.- .v;; JLToierican TTohien. .;. An Englishman who made an eiten- ive tour of this country, iast year, tbus rtoonla.' Lia "iaipreiseicna American waaea: . . irm points .beat which trarcliers differ, it iaa pleasure to turn to ote about which there ha been, aBd ejubi oe, per f.et uoaniiiiity. .The boaty of the wo wen is without the I al of controversy Jtaiscot b likesed to the 1 beawty for which English irl. are deservedly and ' ttniterrtlly Bdmired; for which Italian rnniJens hara fceea immortalited cn can- ? or io verse; for which tfte fprightfy !rela f France and the coquettish Udien of gpain hare won erplanie,. and hj rotau pf which they hate nmd? con naeta. . If I were to eelect a particular locality in the United butea, I unbt trotbfaliy ccmpare the. type of beauty predowinatit there to that of a particular country in tie Old World. 15 ut Ameri e in world in itself. Within the bounds of the Jlepublic of the West, are U the climates which tes ...

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. — 1 April 1871

I Aim If At k i V 1 0 . V I'.". V , t . S THE HICKMAN ' COURIER, ATURDAY, : : : : : APR. 1, 1871 MnftOtltC. Fulton Lodee No. 120. meet regnlar every 2ND MONDAY NIGHT in each month: Officers J.H. Roulhac, W. M.; W. p. Corbott. S. W.; W. A. Brevard, J. W.; J. JI. Davie, Treas; Robt. W. Davis, Secre- "fr - ' '-TIicaMaw R. A. Chaftf.k. No. 49. The Jckman R. A. Chapter No. 49 meets the 4th Wednesday in every month, at right. -.i v.- - N. L. NrLsox, II. P. VP. Bkeyabd, Sec'y. Gro. P. Rowixi.& Co., 40 Parlt Row, New YrV R. M. Pcttrxcili. &. Co.. 37 Park Row, New York, are our o agents in that ity, and are authorised to contract tor ad vertising at our lowest rates. Arrival, and DF.PAttTrFF. or Mail". The Mail via N. & N. W. Railroad arrives at lliefcman at V:45 p. m., and departs at 4:S0 m m 1U- nrfnt Kundav. Mail closed at 8 p. m. The Post Office opens from 8 to 10 eloek. Sunday morning. rosmveiy u business done after 10 o'clock. Tns FuUon Circuit Court commence? Monday weeV. ...

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. — 1 April 1871

f H ICOEVK "COtFRIER rwBI.IHE fCVXET -WISE T . ,0, o o rge "W n- rr. on. 5 ;, . .. OFFICE: .; . On tie corner of Jackson nd Kentucky gta ) . ' '. (up stairs.) - , SATURDAY, : : : : PK. : 1, 1871. Kentucky Flnanrm- Senator . Tler's Kill. ' The , people of Kentucky ' will read with . interest so article published else where, from the Louisville Ledger, which "eonthtnu the repot t of the special com tnittee, and the Ledger's comment upon .'the bill introduced by Senator Tyler, the , object of which ia to pay off the bonded . ifebt of the State with the assets of the Sibklrig Fand.' This is undoubtedly the roost important measure of the session, and Senator Tyler deserves great credit .for maturing it. . We andersJaud Seoa ' lor Turner; is the author of the idea of 'paying' off the debt in this manner, though Senator Tyler is the author of, and drew the till, which passed. The assumes the position that by selling 'the assets of the Sinking Fund the en 'tire outstanding and bocded indebt...

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. — 8 April 1871

HICKMAN coueier, Georg Warron. On tha corner of Jici St.ta.lj .U -, (up statra.) "BATES OFADVmTISINa lists or less, one insertion - - i . . tnaartion IrtJC. W v' ; j gqWjro ? months 6 00 7 00 10 00 l l i It It t it 16 00 00 j 1 a M g -e . ia t " i 2 . B ' 6 9 00 12 00 ' 18 00 , S3 0 9 00 15 00 18 00 .25 00 85 00 16 00 12 " Foarth eoluaaa 1 month 20 00 25 00 85 00 s ' ft CO 00 40 00 5 00 Half eeluma 1 month . ft " ij -One solum 8 toontha -ft " - 12 " 75 00 60 09 0 00 140 00 Announcing Candidate. r,:... " . . too For Wucip Mrrinre sind Ieain. fatleaaaf tha above character will be in e ,w,r. Obituaries and trib ,n,"" r..rtd at SI 00 per square . V A,?::I 20 cents for each rr lear tin --- . .. . i 1 : MLr, ,mmunleation, contain W v j - .,:.!, .,1 from an V Western Ken rTand T.eVM; e.peclall, deeired. PROFESSIONAL BT. T. 40HS.TO, JK. WAIT D. JOHNSTON & DUNBAR, jfLttornevs at Law, ARB - Heal Estate Agents, VecccBieoae to AiDiiO!i & johsstoh.) vavpiELD KENTUCKY ILL PHACTICE IN ALL ...

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. — 8 April 1871

-4 'it -i 7 I MISCELLANY. Sloon Strati. Fish. A family ol Oswego, consisting of Gvs ?erons, were taken enddenlj and severe r ill, the stroptoius lein similar to those e xveriebce.A from the action of ome violent poison. The physician who was called prcnotznced their illness the effects of poison from moonstruck fUh. He explaiitetl that fish are than rendered a dangerous article of food by beins espoaed to the light of the fell moon while dvinjr. and he had noted antneroaa cates of illness with precisely similar "vmptoms. orieinating from the cause, in Scotland and lome other countries. The illness produced, thooh rarely fa tal, is tery severe, and its effects contin tie for some da j. ' The common symp toms are , headache, nausea, with severe and exhaustive etching, heat in the face ad head, and a sensation as of the head and face- swellins preatly, and not no fre q-ufntly attended with delirium. Per sons who have any desire to experience the 'effects of thin singular illness, can g...

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. — 8 April 1871

V - r f JT HrGKnCNCOTTIlTER! . OPFICE: ; . ; , lm tb corner of Jackson and Kentucky tt (fp stairs.) .' Al'Rr8, 1S71. Farm fn ,Vest.TenDisee wa oofc ia jure'l bjib recent frosts. - ,J v. 1 T McKlN7tE has " a Reading Club, ia Which rauchtBteragi is feltf. - - , The srapcrBt; movement seem tolje ga'fjiai: prounj'ia VetTeBoesiej. ., ' Ly. O. Faxon' Is on' the staff "of the j w..: T.r' : .Li", .v. I fruit "i not injured, aud tbe prospects are .fsrorahte for a large crop. . . Mant. planters in West Tennessee are goiutf it blixid again by giving up most of t'ueir land to cottou. - 'a " - . In .tbVrederal Court in Paducah last .. .eeV, fieorpe Stacy was convicted cf rob v btry, committed in Hickman' county. TiJ Owensboro SihieLl thinks tbe 'prent-r-" hambwe wi'b which its city ha Urea aSicted Golliday's dmwio. The CneVf refideoce in the State it is Mid.' is owned by "Amos ShTnkle of Cot 5irton. and cost betweeu $150,000 A and j ?2io,noo. . ,vv :;. ' ' : -Tii R C .Ttid Tern plara' , Advocate...

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. — 8 April 1871

: .. - jf ,' . 1 A ( V J , TI EICOIAHT COURIER, FATXTRDAY, APR. 8, 1871 Mfiaonlc. Pulton l.da No. 120. meet Hetlur everv 2ND MONDAY NIGHT in ch won tli. Officers J. II. P.oulhe, W. M w t. Corbtt. 9. IT.; W. A. Brevard, J. W.; J. H. Davis, Tress; F.obt. W. Davis, Seere tary. -rTtcaiiA! K.' A.' VttAttv. No. 49. The FteVroan R. A. Chapter No. 49 meets th lh Wednesday in avert month, at night. N. L. Kf tsoff, H. P. Wk. Bst.tasd, Pec'y. Cjso. P. RowmV Co.,' 40 Park Row, New York, and 3, M. PrroxoiLt 4. Co., 87 Park P.w,Nw York, ar our tola agent! in that e.lty, and are aathorited to contract for ad vertislng at our lowest rates. Attitii aks DtrBTtE or Mails. The Kail via N. & N. W. P.ailread arrives at 1'icktnan at 9:45 p. m., and departs at 4:30 a. m , dailv, except Sunday. Mail closed at 9 p.m. The Poat Offie pens from 8 to 10 deck Sunday moraine. -, roaitiveiy no .1 t-siness done after 10 o'clock. m - ' Mcsqcitois made their appearance in thin vicinity Tuesday last. Thi Circuit Co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 April 1871

HlCESiJJ COURIER. mxtfsxi WSXT till BT Geor Tjp v a r r o n. O-b'J'XCJ-hJ: da tl -raer of Jackson and Kentucky tg (tip stairs.) CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE'S COLUMN DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Rem edies DZL JOHiT BULL'S Concentrated Extract of IB U C EI HJ COMBINED WITH Bromide of Potassium. Pnrehai a Bottl and carefully read direc tion. "OremJ I3 A STIMULANT, and of itself X way fail to effect a cure, bat Bucbu, ttbi scientifically combined with Bromide cf Fotaesiura and other ingredient, pro-lne-M aaedative effect, and causes a healthy action, than increasing the powers of diges . tion, allavinjr Irritation, redueinjr all un natural swellings, t topping pain and inflam mation, and causing the repair and nutri ment la the human body to be g reatertban th wattes, thu preventing decomposition end decay, and gives nourishment, health and vigor to the system. My Buchu is good for all diseases arising from excesses: uch as Weakness, ana tain in the Back and LeM. Trembling in there- t-ion of the Heart. ...

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. — 15 April 1871

...a t-. Jm eJaX...: . w.-JL - c MISCELLANY. A Hundred Tears Ago. Tie Western Christian Advocate aajs James Partoo, Esq , made his first ap- penrnnce as a lecturer, in .w ior en;, Feb. 9. His subject was "A Hundred Year Ag." Alter quite full proof that political, moral, ana social - matters id 1770 were not only not equal, but in most regards antlj inferior, to those of 170. b eatd that sacn were toe criminal Tttn of England at the time, that id England whole cartloads of malefactors, inciadiDf boys and men, were taken to Tyburn, after erery assize, end executed. Sometimes there were as taauj as five or ix cartloads, with half a dozcu to a cart, disposed of in ooe afternoou. The hang inz of men and boys in both Scotland and Wales, also, for inch , pretty thefts as stealing chickens or sheep, was common a century since. ' The lecturer concluded witb a number of items, short and sharp, in which the progress made in rarioua provinces was indicated rather than expressed. The I'rtu, for ...

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. — 15 April 1871

- 0 6 Te1ElMmAN COURIER, SATCPDAY, : -. : : : APP.. 15, 1871 Masonic Fulton Lodge No.I20. meet Tegular every 2ND MONDAY NIGHT in each month.. Officers 'J. II. Roulhac. W. M.; "W. D. Corbet. S. W,; V. A. Prevard, J. W.; J. H. Davis, Tress; Kobt, Davis, Secre tary. , Dtckma.? It. A. Cn.PTrn. No. 4. The Hickman R. A. Chapter No. 49 meets t he 4th Wednesday in every month, at night. - - v.t.. x,L, h p Wm. Erevabd, Sec y. ' - Oro. T. T.oweil;& Co., 40 Park Row, New J BUM U. ., ......CI U... I. V -, VI A .1 1 (X Eow, Nw York, are our tole agents ia tlmt !ty,,aad are authorized to contract for ad vertising at our lowest rates. AaatvAX. ajsd Dspabtepe of Mails. Tlie Mail via. N. & N. W. Railroad arrives at IHckman at 9:45 p. n-, and departs at 4:30 m. m dailv. except Sunday. Mail closed at 8 p. id. The Pa Office opens from 8 t 'clock Suaday morning. Positively 8 to 10 no business done alt ir 10 clock. ... There is not a yacant buiiesa .house ia nickmaa. Corn planting Las commenced 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. — 15 April 1871

- - TEl-fiIciMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, : : APR, 15r 1871 Mnsonlc. Fulton Lodge No. 120. meet tegular every 2ND MONDAY NIGHT in each month.. Officers 'J. II. Roulhac, W. M.; W. P. Corbett. S. W',; W. A. Brevard J. W.; J. K. Davis', Tieas; Eobt. W ."Davis" Secre- Dickmak R. A. Cn.PTrR. So. A. The Hickman It. A. Chapter No. 49 meets Ihe 4th Wednesday in every month, at night. If. L. NrLS0-, II. 1'. Wm. TJkevahd, Sec'y. Gro. T. r.owEti.'& Co., 40 Park Row, New York, and S. M. PtTTEsoitL & Co., S7 Park Bow, Naw York, ere our sole agents ia that e!ty,.and are authorized to contract for ad vertising at our lowest rates. Axaiv.ii. axd Depabtcse of Mails. The Mail via N. & N. W. Railread arrives at Hickman at 9:45 p. m., and departs at 4:30 . m., daily, except Sunday. Mail closed at 8 p. m. - The Poajk Office opens from 8 to 10 o'clock Sunday morning. ; Positively no business done after 10 o'clock. v There is not a vacant Luslsess house io Flickmatf. Cokn pluntiuy Laa conjmeDecd in ...

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. — 15 April 1871

rv JS " 4 . - r . , -.. v Ai-j,. jr Aixj-iJLt. ' ' ' ' PuetHHEI WERT WEEK BT ' l O c o r ge. "V a, i i o n . .; OFFICE: , . On the corner of Jackson-and Kentucky sts SATURDAY, -i A Pit. 15. 1ST 1. " Feofle goto Europe this', season for A. T.-Stewart' income is $2 92 per mi note. "-. ' 5 : " TliE Southern pape rs are 'very gener ally urging tn'e people to Mailt more corn snd less cotton. MARION county, last Mod Jay, instruct ed for Willis B. Macben first choice, and Grr.; King, second. ''-' The Padueh Herald says Jlr. Gil bct is having a Tery quiet time of it as a candidate for (be Senate. He is aloue. n other candidate having ' presented himself. h Johm W. Oqilvie. Esq , is a enndi rfite for' House of Representatives in McCraeken county. He has twice repre rented' that- county within the last ix year. - " BECAUSE -horses are used to reins, it rl;.es not follow that they are unaffected by. wet. weather,. I : r .' '' When a roan's business - is rapidly f nnfcing dowD, it is time for h...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 22 April 1871

HJCiqiAN COURIER. nmati avxar wtit BT O o o r g o "W a, r r e n; r ' O'JL-'-LCJiiJ: " V- On tl e carter of Jeekecn end Kentucky tit (upstair.) C1IAS. A. HOLCOMBPS COLUMN DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Remedies .ML. JOHfcT BULKS' Concentrated Extract of . B-U:C M TLX ... COMBINED TVITE Brcmids of Potassium. Purchase a Bottle and carefallj read direc tions. TCHU 13 A STIMULANT, and of itself I 1 may fail to fleet a ure, but Bucbu, when scientifically combined with Bromide of Potassium and other ingredient, pro duce a sedative effect, and eaases a healthy 1 actio a, thoe increasing tho powers of diges tion, allaying irritation, reducing all un natural swelling. sLopping pain and inflam matlaa. tdewtjnrjr ik repairs and nutri- iie wastes, thua preventing decomposition ; aad deoay, aad gitn nourishment, health aad Tis-or to the system. My Buebu is good for all diseases arising from excesses: such as Weakness, and Pais in the Back and Legs. Trembling in the re ctos of the Heart, Weak Nerves. Vail ...

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. — 22 April 1871

MISCELLANY; r T T 8UtESTftIKGS, V : They are Proved tn b the Curie ? of-America. ; :v I" From tie riltabors Index, J "A shoestring is a good tbine. With w-hst intense admiration Latere watched a shoemaker unking striup out of a circular piece ef leather. And when be rubbed a little dabbing orer the string, twisted it on Lid knee and made it slick tod round, admiration evrclled into raatement and delizht. Bat leather shoestrings have gone oat of faehioa. A few elderly gentlemen aad some impe cunious nero men still cling to them, bat females cf all complexion laugh them to scorn. " " ' ' "If a shoestring is a good thing, 4t will be argued that the louger the string the better thing it is. The : proposition adsvits of debate. A senuou, i'or ia ttanca, is often as good as the majority pf fcLc.etriag8, but do one will contend that the longer the sermon the better the sermon. If we look deeplj into the matter, we?ha!l find that long shoestrings are the curteof this eountry. . "Let us ther...

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. — 22 April 1871

jnOKMA-NCOtJiriER rCBCRRKt War. WJr.IHt BT Oeo r : VV furr ohj On tb corner of J ickson'and Kentucky itt "' . ' ' " (up stairs.) (iF.Or.GE TTARREX. rdllor. SATURDAY, APR: 22, 187.1 Our tafe Convention Tlie IVa tlonal Democracy, It 19 of the utmost importance that the Democratic Stare Contention which is to assemble Frankfort on the 3d of May, should be harmonious in all its work. There is no question but that members of the party widely differ on many questions of internal policy, and it is feared that excitants on , either tide may jiti wisely seek to produce division and disturbance by thrusting: these im politic questions upon the . Convention. Upon the fundamental principles of De mocracy the party is a 'unit, and there fore, the Convention should in no man. ner countenance these local discussions. The triumph of the party ia Kentucky is important the triumph of the party in each county, district, and city of the F.tate isjniportant, but above all. the del egficcs there assemble...

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. — 22 April 1871

v THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, : : : :: APR! 22, 1871 . MRtonlc. Fulton Lode No. 120. meet Tegelar every 2ND MONDAY NIGHT in each month.. Officers J. IT. Roulbac, W. M.; J. H. Davis, Treat; Robt. W. Davis, Secre tarj. ...... HtrffVA R. A. Cnnr." No. 49. The Hi tit wan R. A. Chapter No. 49 meets the 4ia Wednesday in every month, at night. N. L. Nrison, H. P. K. Bkxtakd, See'y. G0. P. RowfLlJit Co., 40 Park Row, New York, and 8. M. PiTTitiioin. & Co., 87 Park Raw, wtw Tork, are our tolt agents in that Ity, ant are autborixed to contract '; for ad vertUlng at our lowest rates. . k .at. .f i vn Tiki ni M k TT I IK1 miilb. lac v.ti via v A N. W. Railroad arrives Hickman at 8:45 p.m., and departs at :o 8 t. m. The Post Office opens from to iu .-' - - . . o'clock Funday tnornmt;. . rosutveiy no business done after 10 o'clock. Rnuf Lminaii hnnM COTTlDlain . ,, , , . . v " " r aail times, DUtaro nappuy occasion, by improving and renovating their atores Poms consider the frequent robber...

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. — 29 April 1871

f . IIICKMAK COURIER Geolrge Warren, OPPICE:" C tLe corner of Jackson and Kentucky ta J . ' (BP stairs.) . DBAS. A. HOLCOMSE'S COLUMN. DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Rem edies. '.2DX1. - JOHN X3TTI.1VS Concentrated Extract of COMBINED WITH -. Bromido .of, Potassium. Purchase a Bottle and carefully read direc tion. - BrCHU 13 A STIMULANT, and of itself may fail to effect a cure, bat Buchr when scientifically combiner!, with Bromia of Potassium and other ingredients, pro dare a sedative effect, and causes a healthy action, thus Increasing the powers of diges tion, allaying irritation, educi .jr all nn catnral nirellinin, atropine pain nd itiflana v ttlon. ard caoiiinr prir c J imtrl-. r Bienta in the human body to be greater than tie wastes, thus preventing decomposition and decay, and gives nourishment, health and vigor to the eysm. My Bucfcn is good for all diseases arising from excesses; such as Weakness, and Pain la the Back and Legs. Trembling in the re gion of the neart. .Weak Nerves, Pa...

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. — 29 April 1871

MISCELLANY. ',1 ; Anybody; Happy 1 ',; la there one happy man or woman on " toe face of the earth No, for it is iaipos eible tttt tny one should be completely fcappj. ' The conditions of happiness are neither known nor settled. Some place it in. wealth, some place it in poverty. tome aver that it exists only in the realms f piety and religion. SomS say it re sides bat in that middle state of compe tency, which is far removed from both extremes of indigence and riches. It id again owned that it is found alone in the constant pursuits of gain, and the conse quently constant exercise of hope, rather ftiaft inantnal Aiiinrtii ah ? .Til 1 one say. "If I only had a Dice little farm. , bow independent and how happy I could he!" On the other hand, you will hear the farmer complain of. his hard lot. of anceaeinft toil and care the year round, and be will exclaim : Wh.st an easy time joa folks have in town, while I have to adore eao and storm, and go from morn ing till eight, yon are sheltere...

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. — 29 April 1871

TH2 HICKMAN COURrER," SATURDAY, ; APR. 29, 1S71 ?r?nnnlcv FuTton Todare Jfo. 120. meet tegular every MOISDAT T5IGITT In each month. Officers J. IT. TRouihac. W. M W. T). CorbeU. P. VF V?. A. Brevard, J. vr' J. IT- Davis, Treas;, Robu Y. Davis, Sccra tsrt. . ' Hickmaw R. A. OHApTrn. No. 49. The F.ickTran R. A. Chapter fo. 49 meets the tth Wednesday in every month, at nlcht. N. L. NFLSOS, II. P. f7n. Bmya, 8eey. Oro. P. EoTrtti.'& Co., 40 rrk Row, New Tort, and 8. M. PrtTEHQitt & Co., 37 Park Hew, yw York, are "our olt agents In that city, and are authorlted to contract for ad vertleing at our lowest rates. A kbit ax. awt Dj-v-vrtte or Maits. The Vail via N. & N. YT. Railroad arrives at Hickman at 9:45 p. to.; and depart at 4:30 a. tn dailr. except Funaay. Mail cloed at 8 tt. m. The Post Office opens from 8 to 10 'clock Sunday morning. Positively no business done after 10 o clock. Sash Lost. Lost, a iilk plaid aai-h. The finder will be liberally rewarded by returning to th...

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