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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 29 April 1871

fllCKM AN COURIER. O ti o r &j e !V a r r e n , OlbTFTCZEh. '.. .". Os tamer ofJacksm and Kentucky sts (op stairs.) cconcE fTAnizi:. Editor. SATURDAY, APR: 29, 1871. -j Tbk peach crop of Southern Kentucky " " J y 4 . ! TtraT "has overtaken the wheat crop in the counties of Cumberland and Russell. The peanut crop of the United States exceeded 9l)0,000 bushel last year. PlASO-niokinsr is the third manufac turing interest in" this country. A Line of packets to Shawneetown, U the latent Paducah project. CREVA83ES in the levees are nuraer om ia the vicinity of New Orleans. Evsar male citiicn of Selma,- Ala bama, is obliged to pay to street tax. ' Padccati is gettine up a May-day procession three and a halt miles long, Is Kansas" it is noir the ntora" of vigilance committees tohanjr horse thieves head downwards. Thc Xew Era. pays that hojj cholera j playing the deuce with the prospects of Christian county bacon crop. Thi TVxas State Fair will be held at Houston, May22J. Jlorace Greele...

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 May 1871

v '0 hickm; COURIER 1 , (DOUR Terms of Subscription to tlie H 'SB BY 3 3 HICKMAN COUIIIER. Geo rifr o if VV IOE: 2 OO PER 1CAK IX ADVASfE. On the cCrctrof J Vn and EexHyst Address, Pnblisher "IIickma Covi.,' VOL. V. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY SATURDAY. MAY 6, 1871. (op Mrs.) - NO. 17. Hickman, Ey. V 1 V I r L CHAS. A. ROLCOMBE'S COLUMN. DR. JOHN BULL'S Or oat Remedies. DIt. JOHN BULL'S '.' Concentrated Extract of ' IB U C H HJV COMBINED WITH Bromide of Potassium; Purchase aBcttle and carefully read direc tions. T)CCnCIS A BTIMTLAKT, aadof Itaelf XJ ny fa" to effect a cure, bat liucbu, irbu scientifically combined with Bromide of Potassium and other ingredient!, pro duce! aedative effect, and causes a healthy action, thus increasing the powers or diges tion, allaying irritation, reducing all un rvrnl twellfnr. atopinna: pain and lnfim- ? ft-rapninr the repaira and nntri- meat a in the human body to be greater th an the waatee, thua preventing decomposition and decay, and gives ...

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 May 1871

MISCELLANY. TllfJ U4CXTED IIOCSC V'Odij one passenger by tha omnibus, ail the landlady of the Green Dragoon, if be . tarued away) from the ,window where she had beep watching the vehicle tiat ba plied . ta and from -the railroad station, six miles off. - - Only one passenger a tall, fresh-look; ia.? giK with glossy masses of raven dark hair, and eyes of a liq aid hazel. Marian Ashley as pretty in the real blooming Eaglisa style; and ehe was very self possessed, withal, as she entered the lit tle iuo parlor. - 'Ca you famish me with a convey, ance to Moreton Grange 71 she asked of the landlady, who battled forward to meet her. "To nlpht, Mi?s?" "Yes, to night." Then yon mast he the young lady that iaeomiog as companion to Mrs. Moreton?" asked the hostess with a spice of the curiosity inherited from Mother Ere. "I am," siid Marian, as independently ai if she were an heiress. It is a. long drive, Miss," said Mrs. Puce?; "and you'd better take a bit of supper wiiile horses." Tom's harne...

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 May 1871

's ' V . ' r : "Tiff r K COURIER, :-, x V lnoc. Pen each, month. Officer,! J. II. PvonlhaiX XT. IV CorbMt. S. TV.; UV. A. Brevard, VW.: J. H. latii, Treas; Jobt. W. Da?i, SeV Hickmav K. A. CnArTER. No. 4d. The Hickman R. A. Chapter No. 43 meets the 4th Wednesday id every month, at night. N. L. NrLsox, II. r, Bkktaro, Sec'y. Go. P. Roweli.& Co., 40 Park Row, New York, ead 8. M. PxttkhgilXi & Co., 87 Park Bow, New York, are our sole agents in that city, and art authorized to contract for ad' vertialng at our lowest rates,, '. - Arrival asr "DtrAETras or Maim. The Mail via N. N. W. Railroad arrives at Hickman at 9:45 v. m.. and departs at 4:30 a., in..' daily, except Sunday. Mail closed at 8 t. m. Tbe Post Office otensfrom 8 to 10 o'clock Sunday morning. . Positively no business done after 10 o'clock. From conversation with farmers iroui various part of the county we learn that the wheat is looking very fine. The same ia said of the crop in Ohion nty, Tenn. Tni county court wil...

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 May 1871

o HICKMAN COURIER PC8LISHH KTEKT WEEK BT George "Warren, On the eorner of Jackson and Kentucky sta , (up Btairs.) (;CQHGC WAURES, Editor. SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1S71. Kentucky Items. Mad dogs arc operating again in em- injr. IU8T has appcnred In the wheat-fields of W arren county. John Davis, who assassinated his fath er in law, Rev Beo. Davis, in Calloway cmi at j, escaped to Tennessee. There i preat complaint amonjr the planters of Southern and Western Keu tnoky about the ravages of the bug among the tobacco plants. Corn will be planted in many a field that would other wise have been planted io tobacd.. ; Jans A. Board write to the Hick, tnau Cocbieb that his fifteenth child, bornd on the 2Ud of April, haa two teeth, aud bit its mother in taking its first free lunch. lie propose3 to retire from the - . baby business. Louisville Ledger. ; Tub vicinity of Louisvilla was visited by a famous tornado last Sturdaywiight, which blew down houses, fences and trees. It did an immense amount of da...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 May 1871

q-n rr n TF t 1 " " - fw - ' t I Terms of .Subscription to JJie O o" ge' V "af r r e n, On "tie corner of Jackson and Vtucky its '"Xi"" e.'- sn-5! ji ; .'". $3 OOTCR YET LVAI'iSl! -Address, ublls "HicrCoct Hickman. Kv. r ; VOL: V; HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY SATURDAY; MAY 13, 1871: NO. 18. ,L . . ... . . , .. ... HlOEilSSr COURIER. COUR CHAS.'A: HOLCOMBE'S ; COLUMN DR. JOHN BULL'S Gre a ttTl eme d i e s . DR. JOHN BULL'S !1 f Concentrated 'Extract oi .,. s- "b'tijc H.'iu . . - COMBINE) WITH J 'i 1 Bromide 1 of "Potassitimi Parchase aBettle nd carefully read direc tions. 1 Trnntr 19 a stimulant; and 6f Itself - J) may to effect a cure, but Buchu, " when scientifically combined with Bromide of Potassium and other ingredients, pro duces a sedative effect, and causes a healthy action, thus increasing the powers of diges tion, allavine irritation,, reducing an un natural iwellings; stopping pain and inflam ination, and causing the repairs and nutri ments in the human body to be grea...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 May 1871

J V 3 MISCELLANY; "m , n ar v 1'"" VTtj'fc fVi e fair Texft jsiiJ,' onY'NSbe BBhil'We as the eex Itself. th -feaiSe charaner fea? eaidj that there as the ,.61 J Quaint Bttry of the Ger waa maulea history which is 90 lea der and pretty that it is worth rescuing from the forgottenJegends of the Fa therland : jjL ' ""' t.A tani 3e$ lived on jUjebaflkf of the Rhine ith; her father, the miller. .No tfce'raaTden'whose 'name- was Elipe, was BQt prefty, and ehewas,' cross anS fretful, for ab rieyeior'-hes VWa Iack,6j beaur ty and-4bought tht on noultkjref oare for htt Tn ccotinfc'of bej few graces NarotViVaffriven fo nerJ'eo ehe did not ten .try to pleasei" .abl yet hcrheart vrasl verj larg and very. kiodIyn"",fcher spent half her time in front of, her t looking-, glass; JfroentiB her plainness-Dd think ioj: hotr Tin possible it was" that Carl woaW tut?, learn Jo. 15ve ef,;, while ;Oretchenl who" was eb fatr-.a.n4."pretty :that 't be was called ifik f JiagUterlo'. 'priDg,'dweU near her, ,. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 May 1871

4 V O HICOIXN" COURIER br cre ' Warren, - 6 V eeX&ef JacV an a. . SC , tr v-.f. X. Editor. - u . SATURDAY, 4 -'i: : MAY 13, 1871 Democratic Ticket. 'FOR GOVERNOR, . P. H. XSSLIB, , JT0S LfEVT. GOVERNOR. . JOIXX O..CAKIISIE. FOB-ATTORNEY GENERAL: . JOHN RODMAN,; M ; 'p AUDITOR,, V,;" '.": D. nOWARDSMITlI, FOR TEEjJ URER, ' . v JAMES W. TATE. ; ; s: 5trPr. .'W PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, ' It. A. M. HENDERSON. FOR REGISTER OF LAND OFFICE, JAMES A. DAWSON... it-.' Our Democratic Stale .' Con .: f enllon. The Democratic State-. Convention which assembled at Frankfort on the 3rd instant, was probably the largest party assemblage which has met together for ten or twenty years past Every county ia the State was represented - and the proceedings throughont'characterized by each harmony and enthoMsm ' as to in spire all with hope that deliverance from Ktdical rule is near at fvaad. . The rep resentatives from the different counties were the embodiment qf Kentucky man hood and intelligence, and e...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 May 1871

THE IHCE1IA1I COURIER, SATURDAY; MAY 13, 1871 tlmoaltV iJn Lodge No. 120, meet rcruUr every 5 i MONDAY rQDT in each month- Officer! J. II. RouIhtavW. W. D. Corbett, W.A. Brevard. J. a. Davis, Trees-, Kobe W. Davis, Secre tary. Rick mab B. A. Ctbxttv.il. No. 4S. The fitckman IL A. Chapter No. 49 meets the 4 lb Weuaesday ia evert month, at nignt. S. I Nruo, H. P. Wk. B&rrAD, Seo'y. Gxo. P. Rowka? Co, 40 Park Row, Sew York, and 8. M. Pirrmont & Co, 87 Park Bow, New York, are our eie agents in that city, and are authorised to contract for ad vertising at our lowest rates. Asbtvai ad Sinmii or Mails. The Mail via N. ft K. W. Railroad arrives at Hickman st 9:45 p. m., and departs at 4:30 a, daily, except Sunday. Mail closed at 8 a. The Poet Office opens from 8 to 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Positively no businees done after 10 o clock. Mcch f our space is occupied by Council proceedings. It is good locsl reading. N. P. Harness is sgent for the Buckeye Mower and Reaper. You can sell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 20 May 1871

V Oeorpre Tarren, 0b 'fc TCIE: On the cor a er of Jackson and Kentucky its tt . 4 w iJ (up stairs. I JZt. CHAS.A.THQLCOMBE'S COLUMN. DR. JOHN -BULL'S Gret'KRemGdies. DH. JOHIT BULL'S n w- --Concentrated extract or COMBINED WITH ' '.: : Bromide "of; Potassium. Farchut Bottle nd carefully read direc tions. . : -nrrrtn RTTXtrfl.ANT .and of -Itself I J) may fail to effect a cure, but Baehu, when eeientificallv combined with Bromide of Potassium and other Ingredients, pro duce a sedative efFect. and canses a healthy "action, thoa Increasing the powers of diges- tion. aHsTine irritation, reducing au un- nstaral swelling", stopping pain and inflam- - . mat ion. and cansin? the repairs ana nutri ments in tbe human body to be jrreatr than -. the wastes, thus preventing aecompoiuioo and decay, and pives .nourishment, neaun andvfcor to the system." ' : . My Enclm is pood for alT diseases arising from excesses; such as Weakness, and Pain in the Back and Legs. Trembling in the J-e rlon of the He...

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 May 1871

3IISCELLANYr: Sybe Prlnler and Ills Type. ) rTbe foliowiDeaotifu! extract is from tbj? pea of 'Ben,amio F; Ta jlor, the Perhaps there is no department oren terp'ifse whose details arc Jess understood bj intellifrent'people thao the "art pre servative" the achievement of types. Every day, their life loop, they are accustomed to read the newspapers, to find fault with its statements, its arrange cents, its looks; to plume 'themselves upon the discovery of some roguish acro batic type that pets into a frolic and stands upon its head; or of some waste letter or two in it but, of the process by which thef newspaper is made, of the myriads of motions and thousands of pfeees cecessary to its composition, they know little and think less. They imagine they discourse of a won- j der, hjdeed. when they speak of the fair, whire carpet woven for thought to walk on, of the rags that fluttered on the back of a. begear jester Jay. i , ., J But there is something more wonder ful still. When we look ...

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 May 1871

COURIER, SATURDAY, : MAT 20, 1871. JOf Otlc FnUon Lode No. 120, meet regular vry 2ND MONDAY SIGHT in eh month. Officers J. H. Roulhac, M4 W. D. Oorbett, 8. TF.; W. A. Brevard, J. J. II. Davis, Treaa; Kobt. W. Di, Secre tary. Bicxman R. A. Cham-i. No. 4fc. Th "rT'ekraaii R. A. Chapter No. 48 meet the 4th. Wednesday in erery month, at sight. N. L Xtuos, H. P. TTm- Beet aid, Seo'y. - Gro. P. Bo well A Co., 4I Park Row, New Yrk, tad 8. M. Pettshoih. 4 Co., 87 Park Rw,Nw York, are our sols agents in that eity, and are authorited to contract for ad vertiing at oar lowest rates. Aaaivai. ixd DsrAETcesoF Mails. The Mall via N. & N. W. Railroad arrires at Hickman at 12:45 p. to., and departs at 7 a. m . dailv. exeevt Sondav. Mall closed at 6 a, m. The Post Office will be kept open a bour Sunday morning. Dr. YevrxiV James Bayou Packet mn ia port last Wednesday. Szyx&al of our saloon keepers were flneJ Monday last for violation of the Sunday law. Viooaoca efforts have, teen made by nr ...

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 May 1871

HICKMAN COURIER rcnnnn vxkt wsxr st O e e "W a, r r e n , Ob the orner cf Jackson sod Kentucky ets on stairs. 1 GEORGE ITtRRCX. Editor. SATURDAY. MAT 2f 1871 Democratic Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, P. II. LESLIE. , FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR. JOIL G. CAKI.ISLKU FOR A TTOBXEY O EX ERA L, JOHN RODMAN. FOR AUDITOR, D. HOWARD SMITH. FOR TREASURER JAMES W. TATE. SUP T. OF l'UBLIC INSTRUCTION, 11. A. M. HENDERSON. FOR REGISTER OF LAND OFFICE, JAMES A. DAWSON. THIRE are annually. - shipped from .-Baltimore 10,090,000 cane of ojstera. . DIRECT telegraphic communication hss toes established between EugluuJ aod liiiia. Tae President is rusticating in Peon- Thk L?ihtare of Whcooho has r assed a bill abolishing grand juries. TnR Emperor William is slightly in tiposfd. Ttik great batteries maintain & terrific fcrj upon the ran; parts of Paris. Hon. Horace Greelej lectures in Greeclaw Offers house in Memphis on the let proximo. Cairo is in a sputter t bout a law pass el by the City Council requiring bogs t...

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 May 1871

HICOrAN COURIER. 91 George "Warren, OFFICE: Oa thVoorcer of Jack8on"an3 Kentucky sts CHASrX tUOLCOMBE'S :C0LUMM. DR. JOHN BULL'S , O r eabl gome d les DIl. JOHN BULL'S Coneeotrated'Extraet of in ft 4 w LIU - U J -M- ii-U- ' tOMBIN ED WITH BrcmicUr cf" Potassium; t4 Purekase Bottle and earefully read direc tions. ' v ' ' ' - TCHCT IS A STIMULANT,- and of itself I ) may fail to efiect a cure, dui-ducuu, when scientifically combined with Bromide of Potassium aud other ingredients, pro duces a sedative effect, and causes a healthy aotion. thus increasing the powers of diges tlo.allyrnjr irritation, redacinr 1 nn uaturftl awelline. stopping pain and rnflam niation. and causing the repairs and nutri ments in the banian body to be greater than the waste, thus preventing decomposition and decay, end gives nourishment, keaith andvipor te tbe, system. -." :. . My Buchu ia good for all diseases arising from excesses; such as Weakness, and Pain in the Back and Legs. Trembling: in the re rlon of...

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 May 1871

'Vi Legend ol Udam and Kt ey , An article in theNat.onal Quarterly BeviewtreTtrof Oeyfon tad iu'SIyate- tieTVwWc,a?n?r.oll? .iTjiojgs? in cludes 'trees and' serpent worship," wbich prevailed .a nother countries -at various timeBJXhe reviewer J8t 4, i ; : "If not the -oldest it .Tanks at least among, tbe earliest forma through which the tinman ifltellect'feought to propitiate the niiknowa powers. And" ft siDpru Jar th jf hen .the ; New World, was . dis covered it was found 'that serpent ,wor ship had lonp prevailed there ; and even now it is found lurking in out-of the way corners of ;the globe and aa recentlj in Cuba' and-; among ; tby negroes in the Fouthern States. ' We need not ttaea be surpriVed fo find 'traces of it in Ceylon fct .the present- day. when' two ; thousand years ago H was the common religion of the people.'!1 Here, by -. the way, ia a ein z alar legend : ' ' :;- "Ceylon was supposed' by the Orien tats to have'bfcen the seat, of Paradise; bat - the iiobaujaiedaDS , ...

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 May 1871

n x. AlICOUIOER, T r I SATtfaDA, : r ; i HAY 27, 1871 SZnsonlCf-e-Fultoft Lodjre No. 120, meet r-jiuar every i-iQSDAY RIGHT hi eca month. OfficeraW. ILRoulhae. W. M W. D. Corbett, 3. rf.r W. A. Brevard. J. W J. H. Davis, Treat; fcobt. W. Davis, Secre tary. . . . - . .- Hickmav B. A. Cairrit. No. 49. The Hickman R. A. Chapter No. 49 meets the eta v,eoataday ia every month, at Bight. -,w - N. I Xrtsoir, H. P. W. BaiTAAD, gee'y. Geo. P. Bowtxt; Co., 40 Park Row, Nw York, and 8. M. Pitt exant ft Con 87 Park Row, New York, art our aoU agent in that city, and are authorised to contract for ad' vertisinc at ourjowtst rates. Asimt aro Deatce or Mails. Tb Mail via R. ft . W. Railroad arrives at Hickman at 12:46 p. m.. and departs at 7 &. n . daily, except Sunday. Mall closed at 6 a. tn. The Post OSes will be kept open cne hour tfuaday x&orning. Th FcltosDimccbact Tbe dele gates appointed bj tb last Democratic Convention of this county, to attend tbo State Convention wbicb assembled i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 27 May 1871

( niGIfANOOURTER. 'jdoorge a,rren, TDa tbe'corneref Jackson and Kentucky ets ' 11 (upstair.) "tiSOSGt. fTARIlES. Editor. SATURDAY, MAY 27.-1871 . Democratic Ticket. FOR GOVERNOR, P. U. ImHDUCB. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, JOM C CARLISLE. .TOj? ATTORNEY GENERAL, ... JOHN RODMAN. "Off A UDITOR, 'J D. HOWARD SMITH. FOR TREASURER, ' JAMES W; TATE. :SVPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, n. A. M. HENDERSON. FOR REGISTER OF LAND OFFICE, JAMES A. DAWSON. '.'. Democratic candidate for Attorney Gen eral, will address (be citizens of Ken tacky at the following time and places : Hickman. Monday. June 12. . Clinton. Tuesday, June 13. . . - IMandville. Wednesday. Jane 14. . Paducsh, Tharsdav, Jane 15. t Mayfield. Friday, Jane 16. - Benton. Saturday. Jane 17. Murray, Monday, Jane 19. Cadi i. Tuesday. June 20. Hopkiosville, Wednesday, Jane 21. Speaking to commence at 1 o'clock. Hon. William. Brown, .Republican can didate for Attorney General, is invited to attend, acd will ho present. - Tbe legislature. Mr. A- 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. — 3 June 1871

HICKMAN COURIER jtntTSHM rrraT wssx at George "Warren, MDFFICS: . On the corner of Jackson "and Kentucky sta (np stairs.) " CHASA. HOLCOMBE'S column. DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Remedies. 3321. JOHN BULL'S Concentrated Extract of COMBINED WITH Bromide of Potassium. - -. Purchase a Bottle and carefully read direc tions. Tfcrcm: IS A STIMULANT, and of itself r ht fail to effect a cure, but Buchu, When scientifically combined with Bromide r .j invrcdients. cro- duces a sedative effect, and causes a healthy action, thus increasing " Fur.. tiot, allayinjr irritation, reducinfr all un . natural swellings, stopping pain and inflam " mation, and causing the repairs and nutri ments in the human bedy to be greater than the wastes, thus preventing decomposition and deeay. and iTes nourishment, healtn tttMt ir lei lh BYSttrm. from excesses; such as Weakness, and I Pain in the Back and Legs. Trembling in there clon of the Heart, Weak Nerves, Pallid &B.i Tenance, Dryness of the fkl-rfM.' Syphilis, ...

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 June 1871

Q o . 3ITSGELTjANY. Tale or a tJandbercblef. Tlre is one touching iseideat ia tie Uie cf Williaia Ciri. Io his TOoceer isrs he was a vtciira to tka passion for ia toxics tic c dricas, which trims par ticaJarlj the bane cf his profession. ASaaceJ to a beautiful aoi aceoanplisa ei joa 05 womiD, he had made . and fcrcieo repeated pledjes of aT&eadraeol; tod she, after patiently ad hind' y en dnricg his dUjrace'al habit, had at length dlsaussed him, deeming him io corrizib'e. Their aext meeting after hU disaiissaj was ia a public street ia the city of Richmond. Wi!Iiam Wirt lay croak aad asieep, oa tae udewaik, 00 a cot samacr day, tae rays ct tc wi . .. . w ja . a snmaer day, the rays of pcarlns dowa oa his uncorere-J bead,'oe B,?c!- Ane Reoiiemaa Fui p u. and the tics crawha over his swollen feaisrea. As the jouaar lady approached ia her walk, her attention was attracted by the spectacle, strange to her eyes, bat alas! sotftniEoa to ethers wh 3 knew tbe vic tim as to attract bat l...

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 June 1871

a. . : THE .HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, : : : : JUNE 3, 1871 SlaionlC Fultoa Lodee No. 120. meet regnler every 2ND MONDAY NIGHT in each month. Officers J. H. Roulhac, W. M4 W. D. Corbett, S. W.; W. A. Brevard, J. W.; J. R. Davie, Treas; Bobt. W. Da is, Secre tary. Hick if am R. A. Chaptkh. No. 49. The Blckmen R. A. Chapter No. 49 meets the 4th Wednesday in every month, at night. N. L. Nplsojc, H. P. W. sxtabd, Seo'y. Qxq. P. Rowell A.Co., 40 Park Row, New Yerk, and S. M. PETiKJiortt & Co., 87 Park Bow, New Terk, are our sole agents in that city, and are authorized to contract for' ed ertising at our lowest rites. Akkital asx Depaetttbe or Mails. The Ma.llTia.N-& N. VY. Railroad arrives at Hickman at 12:45 p. m., and departs" at 7 a. m., daily, except Sunday. Mail closed at 6 a. m. The Post Office will be kept open one boar Sunday morning. Thb Fclton Democracy. The dele gates appointed by the last Democratic Contention of this county, to attend the State Convention which assem...

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