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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 August 1878

Every cotton factory in the south ia The crops In the prairie section of Ala bama are a failure. Memphis ia building a Masonic Tem ple at a coat of f 22,000. in Virginia, when a cenvict gets a second rternj. in .the, penitentiary, the lata atJdi five years to his sentence. Ther number ef deaths ; at St. Louis caused directly or indirectly by heat,from July 8 to July 19 inclusive, was 184. Sam Bass, . the dead .Texas train-rob-bcr, waa the son of a farmer in Southern Indiana, and but twenty-five years old. The Charleston News and Courier calls wheat and oats the white man's crops, the evidence of civilization and progress. A skeleton of an enormous animal has been dug up in Texas. It is fifty-four feet-long from the root of the tail to the joint ? the neck. A party of scientists have decided that the Bald mountain disturbances are caused by the setting of the rock founda tion of one of the spurs. Two of the celebrated Lowery gang were convicted at Bennettsville, S C, last week, of th...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 August 1878

FARM ANI HOMG How to Tail a Ripe .'Watermelon.! When the melon begins to change color inside, and its seeds to turn black, a small black speck, scale, or blister, begina to appear on the cuter cuticle, or rind. The.-e are multiplied ad enlarged as the fruit matures. A ripe melon will show them thickly sown over the surface. A partial developement only indicates half-ripened fruit. A lull crop of blisters reveals its perfect ripeness. When hun dreds of melons are strewn a!on the biuewalk, yc-u will have to look pretty sharply to find one that exhibits a satis factory " escutcheon," to borrow a term from M.Guenon. But it is unfailing when found, and by following this guide you may walk awr.y with your melon with the most entire confidence. The blister is only to ba seen upon a close inspection, bat U plainly visible when that is given. ux uii irates wen as bushes, which had The tomato plant need all J Liil li3e at the dr5v it cau Ret. It is only the anj lbT0W Gff t,at Killing Canada T...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 August 1878

. - - i ' 1 r THE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY. AUG. 9, 1878. tfiShort communications on public questions, pritited but- not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where we refuse to give name of author. ,ev. it .v. .t, ft. ' ! -o.mii wrK-"" j i now a favorite hymn. j The New Orleans Dramatic Coinpa- ny, will play in Hickman Sept.' 23, 27. 23 and 29. Remember tlie County Temoer.iiie Convention meets at the Court House next Monday. The Fulton Circuit Court coo venes nest Monday. The docket indicates a terra of two weeks. Dr. K.ie'snd's Celebrated Relief, is a snreenre for nervous and sick headache. For ale by Bick. & Cowoill. aug9 4t Hon. Jas. B Beck, declines the in vitation to deliver an address before the Fultou County Agricultural Society in September. Kid. J. II. Itoulhae, of the Christian CLurcb, will commence a protracted meet iug at Simmons' School House, this coun ty, Sunday, Aug. 11. The public are rt pectfully invited to attend. Vote for Magistr...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 August 1878

HICKMAN COURIER GEO. TVA-TTETElSr. OFFICE : TTeinxe Building Clinton Street tk$ Oldttt ffewspnperin Western Kentucky. George Warren, Editor. Price of Subscription, $2. FRIDAY, : : : : : AUG 9. 1878 FOR APPELLATE JUDGE. Thomav II. Mines, or wakrcx. Fulton connfjr Democratic Convention. Tbe Democracy of Fulton connty are re quested to assemble at the Court House, in the town of Hickman, on Monday, Aug. 12, 1878, (it being the first day of the Ful ton Circuit Court) in mass ConTention, for the purpose of appointing delegates to the District Congressional ConTention to meet in Paducab, Sept. 4th, 1878, for the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Congress in this District. It it earnestly hoped and urged that the Democrats of the county will all turn out oa that day, and let their choice be known. Also, it is desired on that day, to re organise the County Committee; and to consider any other party questions. Respectfully, H. A. TYLER, Cbrm'n Fulton County Dem. Com Go to 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. — 16 August 1878

CUKKEST PARAGRAPHS. , Southern News. Thieves broke into the Jacksonville ( Fla.) jail and stole a lot of bacon. Over one hundred mustang ponies were landed at Wilmington, ST. C. last week. The ice factory injvnoxville is turn ing oueeven tons per day" at one cent per iound, The cotton caterpillar is putting in an appearance in various parts of Alabama; Louisiana and Texas. . isosm of, tie Texas papers say it took 1,500 delegates five days to nominate a 'man the people didn't want. A cotton mill with ten thousand spin dles and employing two hundred hands will begin operations in Vanclnse, S. C, in October. - ' The New Orleans Times advises the Crescent City people to lay in a supply or ice while it is only fCO a ton, as next week it may be 100 a ten. The llaltigh Nes Fays this 3 ear's ruit cro4 13 Vv. y interior, and it is prob able tha North Jina will " never agaj see the equal of that of 1877. Page (Va.) Courier : There is a man living in Shenandoah county, who List year paid fourt...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 August 1878

FARM AND HOME. .a. A He Mfrorf-for "Preserving Fruiti? 4 A. foreign chemist haa published aew uethrjkl 'for preserving fruit which ' d:sc-rreaa trial on'a small scale, aa it is s simple, yet it is deemed to bo perfect in tlm preservation of the peculiar and original flavor :.," Wash the specimens clean after gathering, and place in vessels a fluid composed of two to three hundred grains of sngrar to one' litre of pure water and two and a half to three grains of -lieylic acid. The pots or bottles, with their contents, are then closely covered with common writing-paper, and so kept in a moderate temperature, as any excess of warmth would cause too great an evaporation of the water. In thin way the profe?sor has found by experience that plums cherries, apricots, peaches, grapes, strawberries, etc., can be pre eerved in good, sound condition for a whole year, each fruit retaining its original and peculiar flavor as fine as when gathered." f Michigan Farmer. Dried Fruit for Marie. All dr...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 August 1878

; ' V r t X. .mi . u. jutj i ife. -t ' y " I L ",P1.ena.lai .1- - " THE HICKMAN COURIER, rniDAY. : A CO. I G. 1878. 53Rbort eommrirderttions cn pob'ic ecitlccs r.rled bu' n-'. responsible tbr ntime"nt v evr'ssion of r?rres-jt-ft'ri8 xept whcrs w refuse o gdvj rsrf author. PfAP ire csrd frr-m Dr Pari', ind r f'J its arsmlng. A fichf rr?irr"J en Fat irosy. M t rarhecae. In Obo"i rovtnty, between Cardd C.osr end Ft Crocker, in which Clar was severely eis-bbcd by Crocked. Wrnt i if th-ot rerer fnIN to -nr Rr.entnatisrn and Neural tria? Pseland Ilthfolng Relief. Fcr sale by Vt Sl Cavortx. fup3 4t All prrer wi-liinc picture bv IT. 9. Ccrcple'it. had better ealt within the r.xl two weeks a dfrer l hat Hut wi!l h absent for some time. He i aaiercel ient iirtiftt. Mra. Carrie MaTiony fia? ro''jrnf'3 ta Hloknaa, un j wi'.l rspm her school oa the lit of ?ptcmir. i'he li an ex fI!ent tearhr nil hr friends will h g't ito fce ar of fcer rctora. Hoaud op fl k a t.tii The F Conaty Court has appoint...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 August 1878

tSraf 1 v-' ' a. ' ' LIICIGTAN COURIER. GEO. AViRR! OFFICE : neini" Baildinir Clinton Prreet. IA Ouirrt Xrtspeperin H'tttTn Kentucky. 5eorge TVarrca, gtlUor. Price of Subscription, $2. 1111 1) A V, AUG 16. I3TS i u-.-wfjTirf time henortd tt-id entHlutional hi of the Dtmoeratie party, vt hold thai the o-'.y homet aidlaicfvl money of the pecpU of the Cr.ittd SUie ii gold and tiiv-r com or pnptr eurrtney conrertib'e into Furh coin ct the viU of the held(T.Fr a. our old Dcsnotral: Platrmt. The Democracy cf Fulton county has net in cosreotion, at tha court hoo?e. iu Ilk-kmao, perhaps more thao one LuadreJ titoea, and never in its history faHed to insert the above reo lotion 3 a plsnk in our platform. The aatce wa true of our District, State and Nju'odm! Democratic platforms Thia every old white haired democrat Jcnwi to U tre. And when our Democratic Convtnlions adopted thi.' p!auk, tley always sceoropaoied it i:h tho !o!emD afilrmsDce that it was io "accordance tcith the time honored and...

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 August 1878

If? I 51 - I VMtl Southern News, s. . ' 'Waco, Texas, has four ice -factoriea. The Georgia railroad has declared a sepu-annual dividend of $125,000, Charleston, S. C, will compromise its debt, the bondholders being willing. The average wages ofgaod-farm hands in southwest Georgia are $9 a month. ' : Judge Roberta.'the Democratic nomi - nee for governor of Texas, is 72 yeara - w , , - oia. While cotton mills in the ca.t are closing, those in the south are, full of ' werk; " ... : The New Orleans-Times asks the city council to put &X) men at work cleaning the city. The last words of .Sam Bag 6, the Texas ; robber : "Everything is wheeling around like a bubble." The Vicksburg quarantine is so rigidly enforced that some of the hotels have closed their doors. A seizure of cigars, at the New Orleans cmstomhouse i said to mean good smok ing for the offers. ' The city Df Galveston being heavily ; im debt, the people are sighing for an abolition of the city government. ' The governor 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. — 23 August 1878

, 6 . mt asatBaiaiawf:' FARM' AND HOME. Stock Pts. Perta now ran riot with the oUick. The botflies are perbapa the worst. Wash their eggs from the legs of horws with warm water, or scrape thfen ff with a knife. Protect cattle from the bot-fly, which Jays its eggs on the loin a, by rubbing a little crude petroleum on the backs of the animal?. Tar Bheep's noees, to keep the sheep bot-fly from laying eggs in their nostrils. These means of prevention will add much to the comfort of the animals. By keeping stables clean and dark the hateful black-fly (Stomoxys- caltricans), in general appearance so much like the house-fly, will be less avTt noying, American Agriculturist. Cultivating Mushroom An enterprising Frenchman, M. Muz rarelli, sometime since rented an aban doned brewery at IIobokeD, N. J., and entered into the artificial culture of mushrooms. Ha las spent $ 3,000 in perfecting hw machinery, and keeps his produce of production entirely secret. The products are large milky disks, w...

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 August 1878

I ,,. . j: -r-.. f . '- THE, . HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY. AUO. 23. 1873 ' $L8)x)rt wnwon!ctinn9 en poW.e -.-.i-r rini ed btt not reepon-nble - for eetttrrterts or pTien. of corvee- jondfi except where wc refuse tog:e KBitaf author. Tor Conprrw. IT are antheri-ied to e-ir,-nnee FrNTON TM3 of Trie county. caidHat-to tprnt the people of th- ' K'n'it'Vf Lla-rier. in ti?" nejr.t Conftresa of the Uni ted States. Xfm fM art'ior-red o announce L. S tutu-si r . e rPi-iV ennn'v. a Xiitrift i the next i-o3rc5 of i"" -D'' tI State. 8e the romniioosr'a Stlen a Jver V.ni in this iss!i-. Thede-rth of nn. Pai'Ie Peyfon. t Gallatin, Tr.n., cccirred 9indv. U-f LiuJinp KcMf for alt pain rr saV hr napa 4t Eccit &. CoOiU. Hiokiaan bns rtof been henlth'rr, the tr-onth of Angust, fjr trn yeart, thu C jrosent. Mr Tho. O r.)r,re. of Clinton, ha gone io Taj! .r co iatj to recupcritj hi fVmz Lealtb. IT'in Th' IF FIin. junior Ja tioc cf the C.,irt of Arreala. will take hiaaeat ftn the beneh the 21 Dtcl . CUi...

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 August 1878

K i .n , " v. ' " I I ' ' i HICKMAN C0UK1KR. GEO. -WAnREN. Vcr T?n-H'.r.? Cl:ntm g'rcet. Jit CUftt Smtpaptrin K'fw Kiwk Jeoro VTarrcn, Editor. lPrlce r SiibNcrliitiou, S2 FRIDAY, AUO 23- I37S nr? lift With t'tt ..Ivlfjunal failh of iht Dr e kU th-U ih.- r.nl,, htn'ff cn-t U-.K-a. saw ef .' pirpn or . mmrft?he T"M i;rT P" .:?r nT-i . ........... - p.: 1J t-wr oil Pmcc-sttc runtarmn. no run PKOPix iior ri- H4ST I'ubltr nelHsu There U m dentine thai there ?s rone teu.ene in the limes to nlrita dt-bnnc.ty. The timr a hard, and po'i'Ha'nir likinz t l vsnt ac f ihisfact. " 'h e'c,r',, ' precision of all kind of property, and ?,,. f r the rnrpn-c of p-p-Ur?nsf tb.mselve.. and he'p'n-themselv' 0 ofSee. preached doctrine snl po:j.-i-, hifh in ih Pr. irnri W"irn'"" of e r-nfrv n ron-.l?nn. Tli wiM fumr wi'h .which raa pc-'P1'' fall hoH of noh mpn. hrine np h qien. -Da the p?ppl want Aoifi' t?in ii r'a.v f" ' fqnili-l i'e k!m wjH rppn liac a nutin rI obSitr-ifion. bJoi-s"f h ' H.-precTn. tlon ...

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 August 1878

According to the figures of the City bureau of statistics 5.9S7 illegitimate children were born in Berlin during the year 1877. Of the mothers 1,556 were house servants, 1,077 seamstresses, 1,104 workingwomen, 318 widows and 34 housekeepers ; the remainder were teacherv-Bhop. girl?, singers, actresses, laundresses, etc. Cannibalism has existed among all savage nations. St. Jerome" says some British tiibes ate human flesh, and the ScoU from Galloway killed and eat the 1 English in the reign of Henry I. The Scythians were drinkers of human blood. Columbus found cannibals in America. The aborigines of the Caribbee Islands 'were cannibals and some South Amer lean tribes and most ef the natives of the South Sea Islands make it an open practice to eat human flesh. A new pamphlet from the Oneida ' Community, which professes to mate 'men and women according to common . sense, Bays : " There have been born in the community since September, 1869, fifty-five children. Of the fifty who survived...

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 August 1878

SOUTHERN FAUtt XSD HOME. reUM ir n7 d , The 'Question whether horeeB are in jured by bf ing fed on pew bay an l fret-h oatahxa been made a subject ol invesU Kation by a French military corrmsion, who have been experimentinsr i a vn'ry regiments. Tbe results of ihe firi menta prove that the health of the bona was not essentially injured by new nay if they recti Ted the ordinary regulation ration along with the other fodder. 'Kome anima's were at nret runic- ic - tive and more quiet, they sweated more fteely, and the excrements were &ome what softened ; but in short time this ceased. Jn peneral. the horse ate the rew hay more willingly than the old. They retained the same strength and corpulence as before. The hair kept bright, the health perfect. Of one bund red and fifty horxes from four to thir teen years old, with which the experi ments were instituted, thirty-seven rained in fatnefs, and eighteen in strength and endurance. Only eighteen lost flesh, and eight lost etrergth, wh...

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 August 1878

l 1 . i . e ' r r - i &.k m.." ' rtt.ir' ' 1r-' 1 -TV kill; ouu-'iuiu FHfDAV : : AUG S0.-J87H ESi, Fl'trr cftnnmnlrmioii8 on pnb'ie qtitM or ? pr'nfed btr no' rr.pon.ible Icr r ;tt'n !! v'"""','n " for res vrrr'aft- ex'pf where rt fnsP l tiarnervf author. For Co narrow. XT. e nnihnri:l o amounp" FFVT.IV 8IW!. O Trig; cd-in'v. -,. a 'in I' " o v-erreeent h f.o !-of the !a Kent ip-ry District inh" nxt C-i'igru, th U :ii ted S'ate". Wf ,. TUt'lir'Tn 1 unTil-iet. T.. S THIMBLE, of MciVV'n.fntif. n -i:v tita'p to r-p--e'-rv rbi pi-t f 'h' titrl.- in the next Oonjrpa-a of tbo Uni ted 3:s It vn!l 'il C'Vv'',r- '"r M rrpa'.a the prosperity 'cst ,n9 yellow fever apid-nlc. Th Hid wan Circuf Ciort e"n Mnui nxt Monl-.y. Candid .tea fir Coflgres will pent." JsiT.ra R Hrnttn and. .1 W. Prvrrrvin & To., of "lirkrr.an. ere building ttiiaiopss boo See, at Mallea, Mo. L?;;'iltfe HiTJof for aH r.,:n Tar aala S ang& 4t) EtfOlt A. CoilirL. ii. r- i i . . ah itif rnj''p ffcfi in Aniiir , 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. — 30 August 1878

t 2r 4 2 t f HICKMAN COU 111 KR. pgLlinn ;v?:rt ttfik bt QT7.Q. "Vvr A-TCRTTS. . rTelnte BnlMIn? Clinton ?rreet. ieorg? ! -Twitch. V.illtr. Price of SiitMtcriiiIon, S2 FRIDAY. ft oANwri'v wi; fa,t 6ie hrrttrrf era oH.ttimat fnth or" f. "Vwr..V rr.y m VJ ri:.' fi fV Va-f 'rt rvr.if if tkt rrr'e ff "" 'tt'' i poM find MA -er it f- an' fV holtLr Vwn o.'Z TT-Tlrl. jvontin-i'ion Kt tw i t'nirJ rul.' li' I no-nire rntiftf ef to tUr.l of tJ-, fateextr tct onv1n"i"n. The Pj Tl;h Difricf ranTPDi!,n will hiro'v irein-l f hi, but in nWrnt .tiM ttffr inare htr-niov. Tl is ra! Jiro- K. r-!k in 'hs Frei intUt chair, anJ prevonreJ :roa l.i r rt soiia Let dffm'Vr-tf'' dilf-r thfv tuny s l c")teui)on ' - ' Uitton or h.ir J mnney. Uut therp ! on qi-tion upon thich we. of thi ee f;D. ?n nil 'o p fol ail other inP3 nd thif is thp in:provenxot. hy the Jiafioa-! 0.ierrir-anf. of ths jrtfa' MLs?i,irH rirt'r. VCtt dau'r etpet to iX a Cin li i i'e for C .nj ei in this ti-t ri ? f . thii timp, to utr oar rM ...

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. — 13 September 1878

TOPICS OF THE HA Y. 1 A Hcxgariak officer of Hussars pro poses to swim the English Channel from Dover to Calais on horseback. He has a swimming apparatus for horses, and wishes to demonstrate. its utility in en abling cavalry to crosa rivers.' ' The opening of the Suez Canal has proved the ruin of the overland trade, by caravan to Eagdad and the Persian Gulf, which formerly supported ancient Damascus., Many or its houses and chops are now entirely empty, and its street are filled with beggars, where they were formerya raritv. v 't J. i- f - , ... A L. H The fact that General Thilippovich, "the Grand Duke of Wertemberg, Baron Romberg, General Szapary, and Baron Bienerth, have all been gazetted com manders of the army corps, gives an idea of the extent of the proposed mobil ization of the Austrian army, and cause speculation as to the mission of such a huge force. - "- - . A. CinsAMAX'iv mule walked from a Hiillside on to the roof of a miner's cabin, in Eureka, Nevada, and fell throug...

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. — 13 September 1878

TOPICS OF THE DA Y. A Hcxgariax officer of Hussars pro poses to swim the English Channel from Dover to Calais on horseback. He has a swimming apparatus for horses, and wishes to demonstrate its utility in en abling cavalry to cross rivers. The opening of the Suez Canal has proved the ruin of the overland trade, by caravan to Bagdad and the Persian Gulf, which formerly supported ancient Damascus. .Many of its houses and shops are now entirely empty, and its streets are filled with Wggars, where they were formerya rarity. Tue fact that Oneral Philippovich, the Orand Duke of Wertembersr. Baron Borr.brrg, General zapary, and Baron Bieurrth, have' all been gazetted com manders of the army corps, gives an idea of the extent of the proposed mobil ization of the Austrian army, and cau.se speculation a-- to the mission of such a fcugc force. A Cur.VAMAN's mule walked from a hili-ide on to the roof of a miner's cabin, in Eureka. Nevada, and fell through, breaking nearly everything onderr.ea'h...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 September 1878

J 3 -QLEAMXGS FROM THE llUSE. ' - - . BT fcBOXAKD LLOYD. Ilubh, Maud ! tread softly Maggie' dead one fo ever Se That b sleep upon the bed To waken never'. Come-eiosxr 1 ok upon her face, Jror she 1-s fair, Kor ia there Mrn by WJiieh to trace ...Thi'iiiu t thexe Aye, te fo she loved you laucli. Hut uie the1 uit'mt Oh, del-w' ihotiUsI thtjueingleaucu 1'r m our life's host? Why ghnttl.lst thou slay with icy breath The pure an i fuir, When there are thousands craTing death Jai despair? - c a I saw her d e ue smiled on me . Oh, Maud. she smiled ! "When Bja-Wrned fry i misery With words most lld I curwl tl-e linU who gave uie life, My lirat drawn breath, , Then Anns mine arms about my wile, IefviP8 death Vet ever as 1 spoke metboughl Ilia footfall near. -Though wtth a uild despair I fought Airvint my fear; - Till o'er H'r face his shadow loll, " And with a h.'h ' -'''- , tib vnt waWept, adllwaa weU Willi her but I? . v Oh, Oud but II . Pott' Maganne. P.IKLOR M.4IC. 8V HARRIETT PBKSCOTT -S...

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. — 13 September 1878

.-. a -.4 - f i GLEANINGS FROM THE MUSE Br LKOMABD LLOYD. Hush. Kaud!-trend softly-Maggle'i dead- Cione fo eTer Sew where the sleeps upon the bed To waken never! Come closer 1 ok upon her fuee, For she i fair. Nor U I here sUn by. which to trace . The soul n-.t there. : ' ' Aye, kl-s he fo she loved you much, But me the nost " Ob, death! why shouldat thou single such Kr ra our life's host? Whysbouldst thou slay with icy breath The pure an i fair, When there an thousands craving death To end de?p3ir? 1 saw her d'e she smiled on me Oh, Maud, she smiled! Whoa maddened by my misery With words most wild I cursed the God who save me life. My tirbt drawn breath. Then tiling mine arms about my wife, iNjfying death i'ct ever as I si oice methotight His footfill near. Though with a wild despair I fought Against ,dt fear; Till o'er At ft-ee hit shadow fell, And with a sigh the was asl ep, and ail was well With her but IT Ob, Ood-but I ! PorW Magazine. PARLOR JI.4UIC. BY HARRIETT PRKSC'OTT SPOF...

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