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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 21 October 1871

THE HTCKMAN nnTTPTTTT? SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1S71. Hickman R. A. CiiAPrEK. ' Xo. ' 43. -The Hickman R. A. Chapter No. 49 meets the 4 tli Weinesday iu fcvery month, at eight. N. L. Nelsow, H. P. RsEVA RD, SPC:V. OTaOttlCw Fnlton Lodge No. 120. meet regular every 2ND MONDAY NIGHT in ch month. Officer J. II. Roulh( W. M.; W. D. Corbett, S. W.; W. A. Brevard, J. W.; J. H. Davie, Trcas; Robt. W. Davis, Secre tary. " - '- OlO. P. Po'wetL & Co., 40 Park Row, New Tor', and S. M. Pettenoili. & Co., 37 Park Row,New. Totk, are our tolt agents in that city, and arc autborixed to contract for ad vertising alour lowest rates. AaaiTAL o DiPARTrtsOF Mails. The Mail via N, i N. W . Railroad arrives at Hickman at 12:45 p. rn., and departs at 7 a. m., daily, except Sunday. Mail closed at 6 wm. The Prat Office will be kept open one hour Sunday morning. TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION : On copy one year (ia advance) $ 2 00 rive copies one year, " S To Tea ecj. ics on year, 15 00 BSy"All earner of clubs to be...

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. — 28 October 1871

Job HICKMAN COURIER. PUBLISHES VVMT WEEK BT George "Warren, O-b'Jb 'ICE: On the corner of Jackson and Kentucky stg (up stairs.) CHAS. A. HOLCQMBE'S COLUMN. DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Hem edies DR. JOHN BULL'S Concentrated Extract of EUCEU COMBINED WITH Bromide of Potassium. Purchase a Bottle and carefully read direc tions. -i-krrnn IS A STIMULANT, and of itself Jf may fail 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 4i .ii,;ns. Si-rit&tlon. reducing all un natural swellings, stopping pain and inflam- J m.tion. ndii.in the repair and niitri-J mania in tae human, body u th. wastes, thus preventing vde0OinPo.s0" and decay, and gives nourishment, health and vior to the system. . My Buchu is goVlfor all diseases arming . 3 ... .V.v. Weakness, and Pam .v. n-.i. i t a r a Trembling in tne re in IDB IWCt U' is u . .v- u'mIi Nerves, lion ...

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. — 28 October 1871

glfeccttattif. THE LOADED DICE. A Fearful IVIxlit on tlie Ohio A Reminiscence of Nearly Half a Century Ago. It was in the fall of 1830 that the writer of this sketch, while detained at Louisville awaiting the rise of the Ohio mer to besno his journey to New Or leans, first made the acquaintance of Mr Harris, a wealthy young merchant of the aboye named city, Cincinnati, where he had crone to settle up some accounts of loo? stanJior?. He was now on his way home, carrying with him a large amount of money which be had collected for the firm of which be was a junior member The season had been remarkably dry, and in conseuueuce the river was lower than could be recollected by the oldest settler; but as the autumnal season ad- Tanced. when the eemi annual rise of water mipbt be confidently expected, many travellers arrived at Louisville to take advantage of fhe earliest boats for the lower country. After many disappointments the river began to swell in good earnest, and all hurried on boar...

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. — 28 October 1871

- - - -'--H - - " j,t EICKMAN- .COURIER, SATURDAY, : j OCT. 23, 1S71. ! JhiCMJi B. A. Chaffer. No. 40. Tbe H.kman R. A. Chapter No. 49 meets the We laesday in every month, at eight. X. L. Nelson, U. P. "M. r.REVARTt, Sec'v. ' " ''- ' ' -' ; i 1 "' 1 - it . .a ?eonlc -Fulton T.ndtre No.- 120. iwt re.ular every 2ND MONDAY NIGHT in f r :'. month. Officers J. If. Roulhae, W. M.; D. Corbett, S. W.; W. A. Brevard, J. W.; ... H. Duvie, Treae; ilobt. W. Davis, Secre tary. Ofo. P. Howkil & Co., 40 Park Row, New York, and S, M. Tettknoill & Co., 37 Park Pvw, New York, are Our toli agents in that c'ty, and are authorized to contract for ad vertising at cur lowest rates.! Arrival AST) Dfpartv p e or Mails. The Mail tin N. i. N. IV. Railroad arrives at Jlicknian at 12:45 p. ni., and departs at 7 a. tu., dailv, except Sunday. . Mail closed at t a. m. The. Post Oft'ee will be kept open one hour Sunday momiiiJ. . TEEMS Of SUBSCRIPTION : On ccbv ti ver (in' adranee') S 2 00 Xive copies one y...

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. — 28 October 1871

v 1 . ..rr.OITICEr.:!" M the corner of Jackson and; Kentucky st I (up stairs.) . . Of'Z-t S'firtnrtp'r in VTttl'rn Kmtutkti cronan warijkv, rumor. SAT PR PAY. : : OCT. 2. 1S71. I;iiipT Cnuntli Tli "Inr-"lnfcc-"' liill-itrl. Wr print on onr firt patrP nn nrtifla fr.r.i tli Frankfort Viomfi n relation , tithe, counties known a.s th.e Jackson "Purchase." merely to fchow the qtt . annuo whiidi coverns our Upper Ken- " f'K-ky brothers toward us. The Y?mnan provoked to tljis spirit and argument by the Intliuation tat the material iu- ieret.4,or the Purchase counties wouJd ba betrer puherved by beinr attached to the Sfsite of Tennessee than as a portion of Kentucky, and bcincr thus" provoked tiunti us with the ebarQ of hilu.i pviper counties. It seizes tipon our t Try ca if o I ancvf iiicni, mm ii.n'- it baHc at n, remark fnir, that pompFainf, if any, f!:nu!i! come from the State, and not from the ',Purchae.". - We propose ta ph'.w that tliis very dean?, which the Y'itmn,i Sjures, is - pb'...

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. — 4 November 1871

.; 'il. rrBLisnet stmt week bt jreorgo v arren, Oa the corner of" J9cisfn'aid Uenfn'cky fts (up stairs.) Oilist jfewsaptr in'Wtitern Ren CHAS. A. .ROLCQMBE'S JQLUMN. DIi: JOIIX BULt'B Or eat- e m c d i e . ConcentratctlTfiitract of " EM-.,: 1 COMBINED COMBINED YTITII i .-. ' t - .'J Brcznids of Potassium Pur a EottTe and carefully read direc tions. TkrrnC IS A STIMULANT, nnJof its?fi ma v f:iillo e9ect a cure, but liiuhu. i :c,...ii..-..inl.;rto.l with I'romiJe of Potafsiiifn n.l other inpreaients, pro- I Juces a se.'.ative effect, tin J causes alie:iltlij acUru t3ius icteinz the powers of .lies- tion allac intr irritation. relucinp au un natural swelliiiir?, stopping pain nnl inHaui- Diation, an. I cniidin? the jei nns a- nuiri Biecta in tLe liiunan boly o K'nn-fttrtUii J- . ; iBMrnrxj'tn" and ilecay. and piTe3 uouvisUmcut, uoauu and ior ltho Yi' ' ' My ' Bucliu-w-jroiafop all iliacM" risinS from ecrsscs; buoU as Weakness. ,ant. in the Back an .l Les. lrciiii.uiis i" ftioh of th3 n...

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. — 4 November 1871

, can Talk. -LatigU' -anti - Sing, s. . .... . U Iit-khAVW Yards TdinaC A,. Reserving Frenchman once cod ptftiVfed a machine, in form of 'duck, wbien conM walk, eiapits winps; picfcnp grains of corn, and, tnor wonderful still, digest tbeCa. but a machine capable of .... : . !-.,' ' i t , i '' talking war supposed lo ue iejonu .109 power of kuuian ingenuity, to .construct. Kctnpelen, a German, rqade.a. number of puppets, thai uttered tLe word' "paps" and "mamma," but altk-r devoting his life to perfection; them.'be asserted that a nine-nine whieh couii " otter all "tha WQrJs jn'tose io " European TanL'uafres was an impossibility. .After his . death bis puppets became dumb,.,, no one s "uuder etandinjr the meehaniuism by which they were made to speak. ' ' Ketnpelen's 'im possibility has at h?t' been' overeprrie.- lu 1S4I Prof. I aler exniLiie'd a machine whitb eould utter a jDumbe'r, of.ounds and words, but it was by . no means per i'eet. His nephew took up tlx) machine which his uncl...

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. — 4 November 1871

THE HICKMAN COURIER, ! SATURDAY, : : NOV. 4, 1871 HrcMA R. A. CHAPre. No. 49. The ITickman R. A. Chapter. No. 49 meets the 4ih Wednesday in every month, at eignt. N. L. Nelsojt, H. P. 'Wm, (utau, Sec' v. - - ., - Maonlr.-FnTton Lodge No. 120. meet regular ever. VV siu.i'.n each month. Officers J. II. Roulbac, W.M.; ir rt rrhett. S. W.: W. A. Brevard, J. W.: J.H.' Davis, Treas; Robt; Y7. Dai-is, Seere- tary. Gro. P. KdvrtiA Co., 40 Park Row, New Tork. and 5v M. PETTEN05H.& Co., 37 Park Row, New York, are our lole agents 5n that city, and are authorized io contract lor a vertising at our lowest rates. Arrival asd Departure or Mitu. The Mt via N. k N. W. Railroad arrives at Hickman at 115 r. m., and departs at 7 a. m daily, excert Sunday. Mail closed at 6 a. m. The Post Office will be kept open one hour Sunday morning. TERMS 01 SUBSCRIPTION ; One eory c Tear fin advance) $ 2 00 Five copies one year, 44 , 8 75 Ten copies one year, . 44 . 15 00 J4A11 names of clubs to he handed in at...

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. — 4 November 1871

HiUiv.MAJN COURIER. yianSUaS KTIIT WIEt T : i Ci eorge . "V a. r r e n , OFFICE: Oa the corner of Jackson and Kentucky atg lP stairs.) Oldrtt XtKfjtaptr in ' Wtttcrn Ktnlucky. i.lAHUiE. IViltRO, Editor. .1 AT (J 11 DAY, NOV. 4, 1871. lie kcil-xote for isvi. ilrlt of llio rrgrr)Mve Deni ot i Hlic VresH .Vui lb aud Soulli. ' From the St. Louis Republican .The election of a liberal -Republican over Grant we regard as the most practi cal of three results which the contest of I S72 ir.iy yield. The I're.-ident has been .eIJ t !; invincible; hut invincible powers and persons always meet the fate t bting defeated at list. The election f. Giv. Walker in Virginia, of Cover ui-r Sourer in Tennessee, and of Gover nor Brown in Missouri, all liberal Re publicans, chosen by . Democratic and liberal votes, .furnish the f-injple, honora ble and effective method of beating the President aud his party and policy. Ad' ministration parti-aos tell us that the scheme would fail in a national applica r 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. — 11 November 1871

W0.vi-fc,..s,-Vt..V-MP lLfW ' 'm,'.'-'Vl'Sll.l'.WSJm HICKMAN COUPtrEIl rcBLISHKf ITERT WEKt tl ' O e o r g o "W n-r r c 21 , OFFICE: i3 tb coroerjf Jackson and-Kectucky sts (up stairs.) The' CU'est ,Nttrf'Cper in " IT. t'crn KiniucKij. SSmS.j1H8LC0SE'S COLUMN. "DR. JOHN BULL'S Grent Romedies. DS. JOSH. BULL'S Concentrated Extract of - 15 IT O II U: COMBINED iVITH Brcaida c 3 f T5 f-sM Parcbasa a Bottle and enrefnlly read direc tions. TUrnU If A STIMULANT, and of itself msy f-.il to eft ft cure. '! IWhu, when ncfentif.cHy pontine.! w?ti Prusn'ete of Potassium r.nd ft'li-r ini-rco.ee.Ts. i . dncr w'Jaiite ePVct. ar.d en - a .es.thy Artion. thus nerert'int- the powers oi i.-x- n 1 I 11 n- natti'ml M I i n rs. sroi p. " n n.l inflain numon. .nJ.win r"'?' '"i " ', the .man WW to " V0.tn and decay, and fi nourisr.ir.ent, health I'1 VtfOT tO the 9Vt("n. . . Mr krta is rood fr .11 ie.se, yi-.n from MfrMw; .nch as WntM, .an Pa.n ".n the Bark and Lez-. Tre.nV.l.ne in W--eien of the Heart. Wea...

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. — 11 November 1871

- -J J! .. A.ftll ""it-Vl - Wll.a.W i wry i .'.'ir. t.wT Tub Ancusta (Ga.) Chronicle after recapiTulatinc; the leading circumstances! . ' " i " .. . 'i ' ?,.r ,, ,.-?. ' j A cian whom vou can i. i e tew wirk of Ttho; Cbicago Ere,; an J of the fire3jo6 a i'artu f,,r uofhing and buurd Liindf. raping in the wooJa of the Northwest, will jut about earn his xtz-. Josh, atfd-s - . Teacher ' t.erty, you were a very fiut there are tnoft atrsonjr to whm ' pood cirl to-day." Cert r ' Yes ma'am; this picture will recall terrible memories j f couldn't Lelp being good j I had a fctiif Tlioe-w ho. itut!e J ortndurtd in Sher- niauV Di irth Irtiiu he ti)uutieit of (jeor ... i i . j i . u . ,, l . .i I i vj .v. HPa-TJi In ward to the plains of .North Can.Mn:,. wiil rt-c-i.ll yixi-nynuh a tde turt- i.l' dt i,ia!i,n, and ll:cir heart" will tl.ruti in re-r-.-ni ve ytr rainy wiMi tle un!ir';itate vk-I ihis. " V'c ill rfiuemlit-r tha' tliflUOtab l.i-l.t'whc-n, upon IL..II . . , , , . ' i having lniinci ct...

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. — 11 November 1871

I Army i A . e HICKMAN COURIER yrBtiHrt tkt wfk t v.r e o r cr e arron, AY OPPICE: 'Tn ths coTSer of Jackson aud Kentucky n (upstairs.) The Ot'hst Jftvspap.yr m Wirtern AVvfvrfry SATUROAY, SOY. 11, 1S71 Wars man want to speak ata puh lie ln'ftiinj jn Prusvis. he must first ob tV'ti permission of the authoi itioi. GfS Forrer a in Nashville i few 'iv Hjo ' Bt'd pvrf'etrJ a contract f-r 150 convict f work upon tho Memphis tii 1 .elma Railroad at ?1 per d ty. T.IK school tax wa defeated in Dyr county laM riiiturd iy by .i biii m-jority 0'c:i.iinal defeat to a good cause retiJers it!iiiLl triuu ph more complete. i Thk Dver-loir Prujrcff ays : Accrn and 'io-kory huN re -o p'enlif'ul tht Teur 'hat luanv of our firtiieis who h ive !i.r;!n'i!y kept thetu under fence tor turn t!.f ir !n-! out to f.iften on the iu.it. TtiE orphans of Lou lerdale. Miss , luo- cealize l he sum of 18,000, cier of exveti-e. ia tha last vear, by their - coticcrts. - - flriNNTl is al)0.t tn hniM a fC50. Oli't hoi.?!...

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. — 11 November 1871

TIIE HICKMAN COURIER SATURDAY, NOV. 11, 1871. itk wli n ,A1rtH" No. 49 meets tLe 4th W. laesd.y in eTery onth. at eight. 1.. NFLS0JI, (I. p. iec v. Olilf.-Fulton r..v!B Ko. 12f. meet regular eTery 2ND MONDAY MO NT in each month. Officer J IT WD. Corhtf . W.; YT. A. Brevard, J." ; J. H. Vilt, Treaa; Robt. W. Davis. Secret tary Hro. P. Fowtat Co., 40 Park Row, New York, an-i . M. I'mwoai & Co., 37 Turk How, .New Ttork. are our iooj aeents in thnt eify. snd are authorized tocontract for ad venisinc; at our lowest rates. A a R iv. t and Drt RTrPE of Mails The Tift N. & K. w. Railroad arrives at Hickman at 12:45 p. m and departs a 7 a. ro.t dsiW, except Pnndav. Mail closed at C a. m. The Post Office will be kept open one hour Sunday rooming. Any one wishing to attend the Com raercial School at Cincinnati or Nashville, can pet a scholarship at this oCce at a iat!l price. ftrttlit Mfsrlilne For Sale. A Erst cla-. bran new SSO Wilcox -t Cibbs' Sewine Machine for sale-. If will I ht ...

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. — 18 November 1871

IITCKMAN COURIER G o o r K o "W arren, OFFICE: - Oa th. earner f Jaekfn and Kentucky t (up etair..) T)u O'J'tt .ypvpff ' " Wiifr Kentucky. CHAS. A- HOLCOMBE'S COLUMN. "Dr7T10HX BULL'S Groat Jl e m edies. DR. JOHN BUXA'S Concentrated Extract of t ,B UJ C II U COMBINED VTITII Bronide cf Potassium. rurctiote a Bottle and carefully real direc tions. BrCIlT IS A STIMULANT, an J of itself may fail to eflect a cure, but Bncha. when scientificallv combined with Bromide nfr.fin-.inm and other ingredients, pro duce, a sedative efieet. and cause a ofhht action, thin increasing the powers or 1ifc-s-lion. .Hariri irritation, r'ioinr all un- atural .wellin.-. rr" Pin and inflam-a-atina. andean! tbe ret-air. and n.itr.- ... want, in 'tVd-T' the wastes. tn --TTwti: ' V-.i,. and decay, and pives nourishment, health an! vi.rfr tothe tTJt'n. . . My Bnchn i. rood for all leasee rta.nt from excesses; such a Weakness, and Pa.n in tbe Back and Lees. Trembhnfr. in there , ion of th. Reart. Weak Ner" financ...

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. — 18 November 1871

V r; gllSffMang.. From, the London Spectator. Are Men To Fly T . The symbolical present pent of old by the Scythian to Darius, son of Hjrttas pes, was interpreted to Minify that un less his ' men could swim throaph tbe water like the fi.ru or burrow through the ground like the mole, or fly through tbe air like the bird, thev should perish by th Scythian arrows. Two of the ex pedient defined impracticable by the Fcjthinns liarebeen recdered possible by the Fk ill of modem mechanicians and engineers Men can now urge tbeir way thrnngh the waves of the ocean without witioff for favorable winds; they have Iooe since learned to tunnel through hills, sod have now achieved the task of pnroing their way through the mighty Alp. Is the time appruachiog wheo the third of the paths indicated to Pari U4 by the Scythians will be traversed by daring men? We speak of something more, of course, than of mere aerial voyaerine by means of balloons, for the balloonist does not pursue his .own course, but...

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. — 18 November 1871

. . . ,4 1 IIICIvJMAN COURIER. JLhLr To J - ,-.: O o o r o Y a r r e n , OFFICE: i. Oa lha corner of Jnekfnn and Kentucky els (up stairs.) Th? O'Jtrt tXtvtf-tijier pt Wi stern Knttucky. jEonhtt w.tnitiRX; tumor. SATTHPAV," : : : : NOV. 18," 1671 Kentucky Demoiiullc Stale The lexiutum I'.tss noticing the fact tfcnt, the. Democracy of Indiana 'have li-'.-i-fi r j o r ti eiU their State Cnven tion on" the 8th ' of January, H3 is the cut opj i in tliat , State, commuuds the widom j puch ai-tiu'j to the party iu th other States The IWss'- article is peculiarly ti niefy and sensible. ' The 8th of January has f-een theddy upon which the Democracy of Kentucky usually as semble io their iicate power, and it is perhaps well for our party leaders to consider the wi.-dom of the party in In tlianu. The elements, tf discord, disaf feciion, and disruption exist in the Re publican party, and we wast to give lull time lor. the development of ll their d.tferences. The eveuts of the futuiel n:av rende...

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. — 18 November 1871

r v THE HICKMAN .J COURIER, SATURDAY, : NOV. 18, 1871 'hWscvt-..' a:th apffr.' KoJ 4?. The Un Wednesday ,n every month, at eight. V T X- . Sec'y. Maionlc. Fulton fodire No. 120 meet tegular every 2ND MONDAY- NIGHT in each month. Officers J. H. Roulhac, W. M - t rrhettU S- W w- A. Brvvarl, J. W.; lL Treas; Robt. V.'. Davis, Secre- tsry. fi.ro.. P. RnwtuS Co., 40 Park Row, New YdrVanrl S. M. Pett-cxuit.!. iOo., 57 Park Row, Now York, are our sole agents in t h it city, and are authorized to contract for ad vertising at our lowest rates. Ar;val ad DitrARTrFE of Mails. The Mail via N. N. v. Railroad arrives at Hickman at 12; 15 p. m.. and departs at 7 a. m., datfv. except Sunday. Mail closed at r, a. m. The Post OrSco will, kept open one hour Sunday morning. ( Any one wishinc; to attend the Com OTtrrteJSchocJ at Cincinnati or Nnsiirille. Cio g-pf a scholarship at this . office at a email price. , Seivlu .tlnrltln fFr Sne.. first clns. hrnn new ?80 Wilcox. .fc C i t-t! Sewifel achirie fo...

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. — 25 November 1871

HICKMAN COURIER. FCBLlSHtl tTMT Wilt T Georpo Warren, OFFICE: Oa tht corner of Jackson and Kentucky sta (up stain.) Tt Oldest Xeictpnprr in Wittem Kentucky. CHAS. A- HOLCOMBE'S COLUMN, DR. JOHN BULL'S Great Remedies. DEL. JOHN BULL'S Concentrated Extract of -B-U-C H IT COMBINED WITH Bromide cf Potassium. Tnrcaase a Eottls and carefully read direc tions. "OTITIC 13 A STIMULANT, and of itself msv fail to effect a cure, but flucnti. when scientifically combined with Bromide r I'nf.MRium and other . ingredients, pro duce a sedative effect, and causes a healthy action, thus increasinz the powers 01 diges tion, allavin irritation, reducing all un natural swellings, stopping pain and inflam nation. ai.dcauBig the repairs and nutri ments in the Lnraan body to be greater than the wastes, thus preventing ldecofP?"',n and dtcaj, and gives nourishment, health ' and vlaor to tne tyslem. " " " . . My Buchu is pood for 1 diseases arising r -k WfVnfs8, and Tain in the Back and Up. Trembling in the ...

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. — 25 November 1871

JpjfceUantj. Newspaper Government. " Thomas Jefferson said, that be would rather have newppers without a ov eminent than a goTeronieat without newrpapers. There wan something pro rhetiein the remark, for in the days of Jefeerson newspaper were notwnatthej are to dav. More and more the couutry and the civilized world is comiug to be covcrueJ bv newspapers. TLts TuOitDunj Iliog had hold of the machinery of a jtrea:. party. They held power in a city where a Urge part ol the voters have oot iatelli.cence euough to read, and another large part have uot discrimination enough to understand what they read. If ever there was a political power that might hope to hold its own ile.'pite the criticism of the press, that power was Tammany. And so long had they borne a fire of email shot, and so much had their power increased un derit, that It really seemed invincible To every criticism of the pres their only reepouse was the purchase of a couven tion, a lept'.-lafure, a board of aldermen, or, per...

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. — 25 November 1871

rlUCKMAN COURIER-, - C8I.IHK (TXlT-ffEKK BY - - Go o r rr g ."v avren, OFFICE: ' On the corner of Jackson and Kentucky 9tn ' - - ' (nj stairs.) 77 e Ol.'exf XcH-fraprr in Wtxtern A'ntnch. CJEOrtfcK W.IKRES, Editor. Hat tin day, NOV. 25, 1S71. 'Die Elements of Opposition to . - Uencra! (itmit. The Paducah Kcntuckian, ami other " worthy democratic papers of thisStnte, affect to deprecate the position taken by the Hickman Courier iu favor of cou folidatin the elements of opposition to General Grant, and to this end holding " the Democratic party in abeyance during the Pre.-i Jetitial struggle of 1S72. These papers ring the changes upon thy "base abandonment of party," "surrender of eternal principles," etc., and yet withal, they offer no plao, which presents the fhidow of success in the coming contest. At least three fif I lis of the voting citi zens of' the United States are opposed to ", the present Radical Republican party, and if, these elements of opposition can be combiued into s...

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