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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 September 1871

Til GEORGE WABREX, Cdltor. ' pBLISHKI STEBY WSEK BY ,. rTr c or ge; VVVa r r e n , ",,lSOTcEj:', On the corner of Jackson" and Kentucky ats i lnP stairs.) ' " . . . . ;;icnulal Session. I pur Lrir !, . . , Islature, ., l.rOne of .the most, powerful .influences . .whiuh induced the peopla pf Kentucky to -call a ooiiBtitutional -convention, fu 1 319,' was "the"' exccssiyV f legislation f and ' cciiequentfy the' excessive expenditures, t",'whieh tbea jiSlictel uj.; a obedience to j -ithifltleinandtlitf. fraraeraot the present -' constitution, provided that " our Legis lature should meet ooee'in twoyearsj s limiting eaclTseseion' 'o sixty.: da ye, tat p provided that a fsessioo might be cxtend t ed by a vote of two-thirda of each bouse. ,;The power to extends sesbfon was given f o provide ioextraordlna'ry emergencies, j. ih'a franiers reiving .thit lhe- patriotic 4. represeniafives f the- people, . supposed : to possess that virtue,- intelligence, and patriotism about which we hear so m...

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. — 23 September 1871

4 mCKMAN COURIER rUBLIBHEl WERT WEEK BT George "Warron ' OFFICE: Oa ihe corner of Jackson and Kentucky stg (tip stairs.) CHAS.-A- HQLCOMBE'S COLUMN DR. JOHN BULL'S G r o a t H e m c d i o s . DR. JOHN BULL'S ' '- ' Concentrated Extract of - - "B U C II U COMEINED WITH ., . Broinidc. of :Poiasshm. Purchase a Bottle and carefully real direo- tions. -rnCHC IS A STIMULANT, and of itself IS mnv fail to effect a cure, but Buchu, when scientitjeally corniced with Bromide of Potassium and other ingredients, pro duce a sedative effect, and causes aneaitny action, thus increasing the powers of diges tion, allaying irritation, ' reducing all un natural iweiiings, stopping pain tfnd inSnm niiiini tmli-insinr Ihe reDairs and nntri- V tnaots in the human body to be greater than the wastes, thus preventing uecun." tad itMT, gia UtttUllIKCnt, health ' My linchaisgoodforall diseases arising from excesses; such as Weakness, and Pain in the Back and Legs. Trembling in the re gion of the Heart, Weak Ne...

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. — 23 September 1871

A,UODi:KriL, FEAT. The Fljlngr Trapeze In the Air. . From tLe New York World. JUapiso, Ta , Sept, 7, Ope of the nirt.t extraordinary and almost incredible exhibitions of human intrepidity and daring was last Monday, the 4th inst., witnessed by the citizens of this place. It teemed to me to equal, if not surpass in thrilling and painful interest, any thiog attempted by Wm. Patch or Blon dn in their wildest efforts. An indi vidual named Donaldson a tight-rope walker and "magician," as he styles himself who had on the previous Wed nesday made a Lalloon ascension in the ordinary way (the first balloon ascent of any kind he had ever made in his life), repeated his performance on Monday last, but this time with no basket at tached to his balloon nothing what ever, in fact, but a common trapeze. Upon this he seated himself with the greatest colnes and composure, aud went floating away into f pace, to the as tonishment of the large crowd which had gathered T see him; but few cheeis greeted ...

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. — 23 September 1871

THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1S71. IllcUiunn Drj (ioorts Trade . . -onr merchants. This is the dry goods season, and our merchants are literally buried amid the t?ea 'of, new poods which .surround them.- The merchants of Iiicktnnn carry larger stocks than the merchants of the same size town in the West. We have heard this statement confirmed by Eastern wholesale dealers. The fact of their buying in such large quantities en ables them to offer superior inducement?, and consequently they have, aaainst odds, outstripped all competing points and retained trade from sections which many prophecied would leave us. J. H. TLACT & EUO. This firm has brought the largest etock in its history, and it is also noticable that they are dealing in thefiuer class of goods much more extensively thissea6on. Their house, embracing our rooms, is packed jammed and crammed with goods, and woMrutt it may be with purchasers. They will devote attention to the whole sale and jobbing trade. iv. b...

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. — 23 September 1871

"HICKMAN CCW'lUER. TCBLIsaEI (Till VttK BY- George A V n r r c n , OFFICE: On the corner of Jackson end Kentucky ats t ,- (np stairs.) c;r.onc;r: warrex, i:iiir. SAT UK PAY, SEPT. 23, 1S71. Tlie Illcltmnii Courier !; i 13 . We propose publishing a daily edition rf the Hickman Courier ilurin;; our Fair, next week, commenciur on lues day morning. This edition will contaiu a lull and correct report of the proceed injrs of each day of the Fair, the list of premiums awarded, the programme of the day, together with such local and general" intelligence as may be deemed of interest to the -public. This edition will present to the mer chants and "business men of Hickman an advantageous and cheap mode of adver tising, enabling them to strike hundreds of visitors at the Fair crounds, who are inaccetSLle through other means. Those desiring to avail themselves of the op portunity will please hand in their cards to-day. Officers ia Republican Connecticut ex clude negroes from, camp meetings. The ...

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. — 30 September 1871

HICIQIAN, COURIER. PDBVISHCI tTfI WEEK BT Goorge W a r r e n , OITPICE: On the corner of Jackson and Kentucky ttg (up stairs. CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE'S COLUMN. DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Remedies. DR. JOHN BULL'S Concentrated Extract of BU CHU COMBINED WITH Bromide of Potassium. Purchase a Bottle and carefully read direc tions. BCCnU IS A STIMULANT, and of it-self may fail t effecta cure, but Buchu, when scientifically combined with Bromide ofotasaium and" other ingredients, pro duces a sedative effect, and causes a healthy action, thus increasing the powers of diges tion, allaying- irritation, reducing all un nitnrtl llintrsi. sAnnine pain and inflam mation, and causing the repairs and nutri ments in the human body to ba greater than the wastes, thus preventing decomposition and decay, and gives nourishment, healtb and vigor to the system. -:.. My Luchu is good Tor all diseases arising from excessee; such as Weakness, and 1 am in the Back and Legs, Trembling In the re gion of the Heart, Weak ...

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. — 30 September 1871

o CITY ITEMS WAXTS. Advertisements under this bead charged at the rate of 10 cents a line. Copies of the Daily Hickman Cotrier can he obtained at the book ftorcs of Wrn FreDZ or J. II. Paris. There will be music nod amusement? at Frank Miller's Beer Garden, every rii2ht duri:g this vcek. Spectators free. Ste bdvertifienient. Fntsn Ovsters. We idvise the pub Jio and our friends in particular, to po to Jo Stegala's, if they want Fresh Oys pter's. lie will bo prepared to serve them up in the very best style of the art. Go to Joe's! "Why, of cour?e, you will go to Joe's. Everybody goes to Joe's. Uf.v. N. N. Cowgill, Episcopal, preached a most excellent sermon at the .Methodist Church, in this place, Sunday moriiiacr. Tub Southern Illinois Methodist Con ference is now in session in Cairo. A religious conference in Cairo I What next? The Teachers Institute for this Con grefsujnal District is now ia session at Taducah, and will contiuue during the week. Tai Charleston, Mo., Courier give ou...

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. — 30 September 1871

THE HICKMAN COURIER, SAiyitPAY, : SEPT. 30, 1S71. Hickman R. A. Chapfeb. No. 49. Tbe Ilickmaa R. A. Chapter No. 40 meets the 4th Weiucsday in every month, at eieht. - N. L. Xclson, 11. P. Wk. Bbevaiip, Scc'v. Masonir. Fulton Lodre No. 120. meet regular every 2D MONDAY NIGHT in each month. Officer J. H. Roulhac, W. M.; w. i. Cornell, S. W. W. A. Brevard, J. W. J. H. Davis, Treas; Robt. W. Davis, Secre tary. Oso. P. Kowru& Co., 40 Park Row, New York, and S. M. Pettenoili & Co., 87 Turk Row, New York, are our tole agents in that rwj, nna are amnorized to contract for ad vertising at our low est rates. Arrival and DuPARTrpic of Mails. The Mail via N. & N. W. Railroad arrives at Hickman at 12:4 p. m.. and departs at 7 a. m , daily, except Sunday. Mail closed at 0 a. m. The Post Offico will be kept open r"t hour Siiud.iT mornin". TERMS Or SUESCRIT'MON : One copy one year (ia advance) $ 2 00 Five copies one year, " - 8 7.5 Ten copies one year, " 15 00 tfcsj Allgsames of clubs 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. — 30 September 1871

""" " - ' - I I tir-i n i i ii . , ii -1 ii ii - r Tr i "l - k ' - - f- - - - " - ' t M,mr. r , - - , , , ,ml - r , ' " ami 4) HICKMAN COURIER. rOBLTSMEl TET!Y WEEK 3ST Georgo W" a r re n , OFFICE: On the corner of Jackson and Kentucky sts (up stairs.) SATCRDAl, : : : : SEPT. SO. 1571. tiiioriai Miinin.-irv oi E.aicsi Xvnm. , , , . , ,. Another revolution threatens I'eru. V icksburpr reports three new cases of yellow fever Tuesday. The British Claims Commission is now in pcskn in Washington. The Southern Commercial Convention arserij oie.l iu iialtituore on last uuuuay. .ii. t... i .T i Fes?. on in l.i tuaoro. ! The trial of tltf Iormons for polyga my is progressing &t Salt Jake City. New York Ci$ is threatened with a bread liot. Yiekshure reports do new cases of yellow fever. Charleston reports five dciith.3. The Congressional KuKIuz Commit tee has udjourned to the first of Novem ber. The National Colored Convention now in fc-sion io St. Louis re nominate Geu. Grant for 1 'resi...

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. — 7 October 1871

HICKMAN COURIER. George "W arren OFFICE: 0 tkt corner ef Jackson and Kentucky stg (upstairs.) CHAS. A- HOLCOMBE'S COLUMN. DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Hem edies. DIt- JOHN BTTIili'S Concentrated Extract of BVCEU COMBINED WITII Bromide of Potassium. Purchase a Bottle and carefully read direc tions. B TJCIIU IS A STIMULANT, and of itself fur hut Bucha. -" : . :cn. nn.Kin.l with Bromide f Potassium and other ingredients, pro duces a sedatrre effect, and causes a healthy action, thus iflereasing the powers of diges tion, allaying irritation, reducing all un natnral swellings, stopping pain and inflam mation, and causing the repairs and nutri ments in the human body to be greater than the wastes, thus preventing decomposition anJ decay, and gives nourishment, health My Bnchu is good for all diseases arising frem excesses; such as Weakness, and rain In the Back and Legs, Trembling .n the re gion of the Heart, Weak Nerves, Tallid Countenance, Dryncs of the Skin Scrofula' .Syphilis, in its many fo...

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. — 7 October 1871

An Anecdote of Itaronenii Uur dett Co nils. AT MRS. LAURA CCRTId BULLA BD. To the Editor of the Golden Age: Mis Burdett Coatf. npoa wliom Queen Victoria recently conferred rJ. rank and title of Baroness, is a i.t;. gaunt, angular woman, who more De:r'v resetnblfn the traditional and popult tjrpe of the strong minded female thai anj one of the prominent members oJ the woman's rights party whom I have ever met. A tolerably wide acquaintance with the leader of this movement on Loth side of the Atlantio has convinced me that serappines is not a characteris tic of the penuine "woman's lights wo man." But injustice to Miss Coutts, I rout hasten to saj that her personal re semblance to the typical strong minded female does Dot result from any sympa thy with the sisterhood. On the contra ry, sheheri9hes for this class the most wholesome aversion, ami has taken pains publicly to disavow all participation in their sentiments, aims and purposes. Jiss CoutU is no longer young, but ahe ha.? a fa...

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. — 7 October 1871

V .... Yrj 14 g J-, i 'i m trn iri '"fc fi' ';"'( j lrn' ' rr i. -t " THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, OCT. 7, 1S71. IIkkmax T.. A. Cit apfer. No. 49. The ITickman K. rl Chapter No. 49 meets the 4th Welnesday in every month, nt eisht. N'! L. Nn.so.v, U. P. Vhtl llfRtsw; See v. e - .. A Wnot.E Family Poisoned. Id Persons Narrowly Escape Death. On Sunday last, Mr. Jolin A. Sloan, one of the oldest citizeus of this county, being probably 80 years of at;e, Lad concluded to have a re union of his fam ily at the old homestead, about two and a half miles from Hickman, and in con sequence his tons, daughters, aud rjraud children, to the number of fourteen, had gathered in to partake of a Sabbath din ner with the "u!d folks" under the old roof tree. One of the daughtcrs-iu-la w firo.. I. Bowm.l& Co., 40 Turk Row, New engaged herself in preparing the cakes, York and S. M. Pettknoill & Co., 37 Park Uycetnients .etc ., aud not being well ac Iiovr,.ew l ork, are otir sole a stents in t'.iK...

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. — 7 October 1871

' frlTBlitSfl E r ?TERf WKK BIT '"V A. r 1 0 11', Orj the enrnpr of J!kon and Kentucky ts I . . 1 t i; , ; SATURDAY, : OCT. 7. 1 1 ' ' ,- -hat the extreme partisan spirit festered TllF. Demor-ratie Stale Convention of j !iy tho poliii'.- i! parties at present exist New York', which the R-vd were expert io is c-i!i'-i!uted t impede the return ii;sr to-split, i progressing hnrnion?ouily. j 'f th.it fraternal feeling which s noccs- ThK: National Agricultural College now in- soion at N .".-divine 5 slimly at tended. Kentucky Tin no representative Gr.y. Joseph' E. Johnston hrw been ! nominated f-r Mayor of Savannah, , m IJe is .certain to bo' elected, and will j make a most eSeient Mayor. ! - v - :-. t - ! uy c.u . rauHnn-ip.,. meot the Dailv Coiiukh. which we is-Mied duriuir Fair week. For' fear it mrpht he construed into an inclination to f ! praise, we Jo not reproduce. Never theless, our thanks are due twich ami all of thein. The Paducah Kciitucf.lan think1" Hickman should sustain th...

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. — 14 October 1871

HICKMAN-OOURIER COURIER. Terms of Subscription to the HICKMAN COUIUER. 3 OOPER YEAR IXADTASICE. Address, Publisher "IIicKitA Cociaa," Hickman, Ky. rOBI.ISB.CI ITUI VIK BY4n. George "Warren, OFFICE: Oa U eoruttfit Jackeoa.and Kentucky eta VOL. V. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14.1871. NO. 40. (op stairs.) : ' THE . MIGKMiN CHAS: Ar HOLCOMBE'S CPMN. DR. JOHN BULL'S O r e a t H e m e d i e s DR. JOHN BULL'S Concentrated, Extract of. B TJ'C:HV'J H 5 ' A - : J COMB1S ED WITH ; ; 7 , : ; Bromide of Potassium. Porches a Bottle and carefully read diree- ... Uons. . . , , Ttrrnr f A STIMULANT. an5 of itself Jj may fl to effect a cure, but Bucbu, when eeientifically comblaed with Bromide fPotasaium and other ingredients, pro duce asedatiTO effect, aed causes a healthy action, thus increasing the papers of diges tion, allaying irritation, reducing all un natural swelling, stopping pain and inflarn matioB, andcauaiag the repairs and nutri ments in the human body to be grea...

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. — 14 October 1871

Science""' sL tuckf At that time, ia Kentucky, .(said the Hod. Mr. Knott, M. C.,)"tielfk of chance." About seven of the boys were detected flaying "seven '.up" or "old sledge" for money,- and the, grand - jury found a true bill against them. Jim Sturjria was retained to defend them when the case came up.'of course. The more he studied orer the matter and looked into the evidence, the plainer it was that he runst lose a case at las-t there was no getting around that painful fact. Those bo j had certainly been betting on a game of chance. Even public sympathy was routed in behalf of Stnrgis. Peo ple said it was a pity to ece him mar his successful career with a big prominent rase like thid, which must go against him. . . , But after several restless nights an in spired idea flawed japon Sturpis, ' and he sprang out of bed delighted. He thought he saw his way through.' The next day he whispered arouVd a little among his clients and a few friends, and then when the case came up in conrt...

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. — 14 October 1871

HICK-MAN' COURIER lit.'i !F,I,"H" ) j 1 1 5Gr- e o r p e W a r r e n - . OPPIOE: On tha corner of Jackson and Kentaeky its w-t- (up stairs.) -. ..- (iCORGG WARREX. Editor-. SATURDAY, OCT. 14, 1S71 Joining' Tennennce. . ; For several years previoa9 to he war. the Kentucky counties west oT the Ten nessee river, commonly known a the "Purchase," seriously considered the idea of beia cat loose from the State of Kentucky and being . attached to the State cf Tennessee. At that day, we are CouSJont, a large majority of our people, decidedly favoreTI such a proposition The State of Tennessee went eo far as to sppoint comiuUjioners to submit some such propositions to the State of Ken tucky, but Kentucky declined to part with any portion of her territory. The circumstances of the war, and the evil government which has since afflicted Ten nesaee, had nearly silenced all thought of such a movement; but the inaugu ration of Governor Brown, the return of popular government in that State,' to petli...

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. — 14 October 1871

THE HICKMAN 1; COURIER, SXPJIPAY,, "OCT. 14, 1871. Hickman R. A. CsiPFER. No. 49. Tbe Hickman R. A. Chapter No. 49 meets the 4th Wednesday in eTery month, at eight. . , . ,. N. L. Stuoji, H. P. tftf, rKTAt, Sec'v. 9lnonlC. Fulton Lodge No. 120. meet regular every 2ND MONDAY NIGHT in ach month. Officers J. H. Roulhac, W. M.; W. D. Cortett, 8. W.; W..A. Brevard, J.W.; J. tl. Davis, Treas; Robt. W. Davis, Secre tary.-. .... 0o.. P. RowEi.L& Co, 40 Park Row, New York, and S. M. Pette joili. & Co., 37 Park Row, New York, are our sol agents in that city, and are authorized to contract for ad vertising at our lowest rates. . . VAkcttai. aho DrrATo or Maim. The Mail Tia N. & N. W. Railroad arrives at Hickman at 12:45 p. m., and departs at 7 a. m., daily, eiccpt Sunday. Mail closed at Ca.ro. The Post Office will be kept open en hour Sunday morning. TERMS Ot SUBSCRIPTION S 2 00 One copy one year (in advance!. Five espies one year, " Tea ' copiefljone year, " 15 '' lc IAJ iWAll tam...

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. — 21 October 1871

HiciorANrcoupjER. O o o r q e "V a r r e n , OFFICE: On ihe corner of Jackson and Kefituek J Bta (up stairs.) CHAS. A. HOLCOMBE'S COLUMN. DR JOHN BULL'S Great H emedies. XIl. JOHN BULL'S , -. Concentrated Extract of,, ... .COMBINED W ITU. 1 Brcnrtde of Potassium. Purchaee a Cottle and carefully read direc - - -. - . - . tUiOS. . , . ... T)rCIIU 13 A STIMULANT, and of itself If may fii.il to efiect a cure, dui duiiiu, when nciVnti6ciil!y combined with Broimide ofrotHSHium and other ingredients, pro duce a sedative effoct, and causes a healthy action, thus increasing the powers of diges tion, allaying irritation, reducing an un natural awellina, Btopping pain and inflam aaatioir, and causing the repairs and nutri ments in the human body to be greaterthan the wastes, thus preventing decomposition ' and decay, diYf rifc-. , ' And Viuiki:: ta IW iM.tat. ' " "lU'n i '"t My Buchu is good for all diseases arising oh as Weakness, and Fain ia the Back and Legs. Trembling, in ,hp? : ,. M.rt We...

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. — 21 October 1871

IT?--W - - - 5- .. S : "; T From the Planter's Ban nar. . f Conjuring In Louliana. ; x The conjuring mania peeros to be on the increase among the. black people of St. Mary, and aloo the Teche. Though one of the most foolish . things od earth, the negroes have a'o unshaken confidence in it. Any old rouh-looking ; negro, with an old ba containing booes, hair, lizard heads, and other odd ends of traps and trash iu keeping with a wild African imapiiiation, can pass himself off as a cm jurer, and the oejrrpes are all afraid of him. He pretends to Lave the power to pat spells upon other negroes, sickness, insanity, delusions and death at hi will. If , any negro is tjck, and the disease is a little odd in its symptoms, the wild' fancy of the negro immediately attributes the il!nes to voodouisrn. It is astonishing to notice the alarm wnicn tnet-e colored importers create among those of their own, race. '' The cunning of some of these coojurera is often remarkable. La l season, one of them c...

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. — 21 October 1871

f 1 - HICKMAN COURIER. fCBLTSHKI tTHT Wilt Bt' ' ' X Oeorge v a r i on , Oa tbe cotter of Jackson, and Kentucky stg (up stairs..) .. . . , MCORflC WARRES'. Kdltor. SATURDAY, OCT.. 21. 1871: Snmrlhln Sew. The article which we copy in another column, from the Iliekman Cocriex, will mimrise most of our readers, a3 it has furrrifed as. We were not aware of my such movement orfceliue as that in .lifted hv the Courier. We were not ppried of the fact that the people of Jackson's ru'ehase are more nearly allt ed to Tennessee than to Kentucky in birth, education and political sympathy; nor have we beard of any formal com plaint from them that Kentucky has neglected them or overlooked their in tercet white attending to those of other portions of the State. Beyond a few sporadic rises of the new departure treukoess. we have seen no indications of 1 nflinliv for Tennessee. Of course." ?f there U any sufh movement or any i-cen teelin ot a;in:iuo:i. lug-ii rvn "nnn 'VTr.cn "proceed. Jiet u . . - ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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