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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 10 September 1880

r k fc I xgK3t33ggE isswsesBSfsiapaswBwgBi - - PUBLISHED KVERT TODAY BY L f a rrirw v r v1 V QFFICE HEIN2E BUItBiNG CLINTON STREET r - GEOEGS WAKRENiEdUtr a Irice of Sub5riptio i 2 1 MEASURES AND MEN w J K - - Eloquent Speflbli of George W Julian at lndianapolisa Tke Becords and Candidates of the Two Leading Parties Discussed Hayes Civil Service Practice Com pared with His Preaching Garfields Connection with the Salary Grab Credit Itlobllicr and olj er Affaire HIb Douole Part in the Electoral Con troversy of 1876 7 It us consider the tones of the pending canvass What are they The platforms of the two parties give na little help In answering this question They axe as nearly identical as those of four years ago If there was any party issue then it related to the ques tion of finance but both parties declared in faTorot apede payments and they do now and while tho Democrats demanded the repeal of the Resumption act the Republicans voted down a resolution in favor of carrying it into ex...

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. — 10 September 1880

- t Y - THE HICKMAN COURIER PUSL18UED KVEr FRIDAY DT BORE WARKEX3 IlICKUAir - KENTUCKY OrnoE Helnte Building Clinton Street the Oldest Ktatpaper in Western Kentucky George Warren Editor Price or Subacrlplioii 2 FRIDAY SEPT 10 1830 roit pafcrtnwtT W1NFIELD SCOTT HA1TC0CE of Pennsylvania or tice pbciideit W II ENGLISH of Indiana ELECTORAL TICKET rORTOE STATE AT LABOE Thomas L Jonesof Campbell A E Richards of Jefferson HISTB1CTELECT0BS lei James D While of Ballard 2nd A T Craycroft of Daviess 3rd P F Edwards oLEdaaaneon 4lhJa8Jtn Montgomery of Hardin in E J or Jenerson 6th James WJJryan of Kenton 7th W C Owens of Scott 8th M C SauflcyuT Lincoln 9tb Joseph Gvdner or Magoffin 10th F L Creaveland of Bracken Official Crosslanda majority over Robertson 1412 Thomas over Beed 1479 a a declared by the Secro Ury ofState President Hayes and his Cabinet are mil junketing around the country electioneering for Garfield aod having a good time generally A Tamerman was asked Monday how often tbeywould...

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. — 10 September 1880

i 4 s THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY SEPT 10 1880 Local Hems VftSbqrt communications on puhlic quefftloni printed bat not responsible r8tfltinofiflU or expressions ofcorres pflalsoli axuept where we refute to give rasa of anther JUaipo elntioo next Monday PaJacah has one or two burglaries every night Cirouit ooort will lap over several days oa next week The trial of Ransnd Mary Wade for murder ia now progressing They want five hundred cotton piclc ra in Lake countyafter Sept 15th Elder Jos H Roqlhacpreaches in Hickman 8unday and Sanday night Mr P G Green a prominent busi net man of Mayfleld died Aug 27th There ii some talk of organizing a Dramatic and Literary Association of Hi n Very good Major James Herring one of the early piontara of Obion county died near Union City last week JOUR enterprising friend J W Rogers is now receiving a splendid lot of fresh t Groceries which he is offering for sale at tba vary lowest prices Most of the young ladies from abroad who have been visiting amon...

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. — 10 September 1880

w A XEDICEJE NOT A BKIJiK Dicta Authority Hop Bitters is not in any sense an alcoholic beverage or liquor and could not be sold for use except to persons desirous of obtaining medicinal bitters UBEfcf B Rauit TJ S Comr Internal Rev Washington D C Sept 24 1879 Dear Sir Why dont yon get a certi ficate from Col WHW of Baltimore showing how he cured himself of drunk enness by the help of HopRitters His is a wonderful case He is well known in Rochester N Y by all the drinking people there He is known in this city Cincinnati Xew Orleans Now York in fact all over the country as he has spent thousands of dollars for rum I honest ly believe his card would be worth thou sands of dollars to -you in tliis city and Baltimore alone and make thousands of sober men by inducing the use of your Bitters J A W Milton Del Feb 10 1880 Having used Hop Bitters the noted remedy for debility nervousness indi gestion etc Ihavo no hesitation in saying that it is indeed an excellent medicine and recommend it to...

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. — 17 September 1880

i m E PCBUSHID XVXST FEIDAT BY GEORGE W AJRIfcElV niCKSAX KT OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING CLINTON STREET GEOKGK Editor Irico of Sibsoription S3 TWO IIVES They pla jed together all the Hrelonff days When sonny inmmcr reveled mid the ncrweraj Their lira crew tangled like the leaf t Tinea That weare their anna about aorae latticed boim They strolled together by the leaf fringed crore When sjlran choir were preluding the day And walked adown the gloomy leaf brown aisles Load echoing to aome I entire songsters lay And oft when night with days red amber lit The atari that hung In silence In the sky They listened to the dew damp breeze that lulled The fields and deemed It sad yet knew not why The years sped on and youth unfolded aS Its petal Tlrtnes and now manhood tires The buds of wisdom which the twain reveal Within the rase of their own noble llTes They parted at the college gate and one With slow paced tread and down turned misty eye WaXed lonely down the shade tinged Tale of life And one w...

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. — 17 September 1880

I X THE HiCKMAN COURIER runtlSlISD EVERT TBIDAT BT UEOUGE WARBES5 IIICKMAX KENTUCKY QrriCE llclnxo Building Clinton Street TA Oldttt Seitspaptrin Wtiltrn Kentucky George Warren EdKor Price of Subscription 2 FRIDAY r Blight hate snoceeded SEPT 17 1880 roa psesidest W1NIELD SCOTT EAtfCOCS of Pennsylvania FOR VICE raKMDEST V H ENGLISH of Indiana ELECTORAL TICKET TOR TOE STATE AT LARGE Thomas L Jones of Campbell A E Richards of Jefferson DISTRICT ELECTORS 1st Jamts D While of Ballard 2nd A T Craycroft of Daviess 3rd P F Edwards of Edmonson 4th James Montgomery of Hardin fitb EJ McDerrnott of Jefferson 6th James W Bryan of Kenton tb W C Owens of ScolU 8th M CSaufley or Lincoln 9th Joseph Gardner of Magoffin 10th F L Cleaveland of DracVen God bless Maine On have you heard from Maine Mains makes it all right bmt still no over confidence - The Presidential election i not over Waine baa gone right Bat Indiana is to coma The Democratic prospects in the In diana election of next month are very...

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. — 17 September 1880

AsjiiEjsjsygs ftS5f SvS SS5J sen old ones in the cause and on The Greatest Historical Fact COURIER SEPT 17 1880 Lucal Hems i f MfcWbcrt oamnmnloAtlnnsJon public uesUons Jtiuted hut ael responsible faraeatitnents or expreiaionsiof oorrcs adcaU csotpi where wo refuse to give meof author - - - Mi j field Fair opens October 13th j Tbe WsJUeki iro playing now at STDbiob City c Tbe Djer county Fair will com fcBtHO at Dyersburg Tuesday Oct 19 T The tobacco crop in Western Ken tucky has improTed since the recent rams 3ffiA now snpply of CARPETS Terjr lowt St J AMDEGSJSONS M LOST AplalnGoldjBiHg on Clinton Street en raTtd K jVBiSn 5e inside Liberal leward if rtturned 1o this office C Pinafore kai reached SoathAfricn ejri an excaange Ita a mighty good place for it Mrs Addie Jones bai returned from SL Louis where she has been purehasihg liar TaJI millinery goods aCALL and SEC the nice Ready iltde Clothing at tf J AMBERGS SONS Mr Ferdinan BereDdes one of the eldest 6raan residents of Hickman di...

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. — 17 September 1880

I IMTORTANT AND INTERESTING STATEMENTS Bead SSurte and Iawardlx for Everybody Ashburnhak Mass Jan 14 1880 I have been very sick over two years They all gave mo tip as past cure I tried the most skillful physicians hut they did not reach the worst part The longs and heart would fill up every night and distress me and my throat was very bad I told my children I never should die in peace until 1 had tried Hop Bitters I have taken two bottles They have helped me very much indeed I shall take two more by that time I shall be well There -was a lot of sick folks here who have seen how they helped me and they used them and are cured and feel as thankful as I do that there is so valuable a medicine made Yours Mns Julia G Cushejo Battle Creek Mich Jan 31 18S0 I have used seven bottles of Hop Bit ters which have cured me of a severe chronic difficulty of the kidneys and have had a pleasant effect on my system Walhend Kansas Dec 8 1879 I writs to inform you what great relief I got from taking y...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 24 September 1880

J8lifea5ii8ffiiiW - rfgvlwiiWWlffJLlliiiLiK fwHW atSliB igW auito a lcok of surprise I rCBUSOED KVERY rBlDAT BY GEORGE WARREN III CK 31 AX KY OFFIJE HEINZE BJILD1NG CLINTON STREET GEOEGK W ARKEXECitor Price of Subscription i ro XI1XOXE ST UBS V H XOOXS Wken from lifes dull and proey care My weary fpint turns In quest of holier rcrt elsewhere For tore liie that which trams Within my own heart then I quiff From the fount of poetry Fa3 many a f rcrh necUrlin drat Thecne and think of thee Becaute I feel thy soul hath felt 1 U met entranrtnppon er Before its thrlne that thou hast knelt At twilights holy hour And while thy rpixit upward soared In deep devotion there To God thonet hymned thy praise and poured Thy heart in f errent prayer That thou hat t In lifes lonely hour Oft wandered forth and wreathed Fresh flowers from thoURht ambrosial bowers An d sweet srona breathed From s3 the ncctared dews that thin Upon lifes flowery horc And felt that none but hands divine finch balmy drops cou...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 24 September 1880

HA jilWT jFgillraUHiHHHHHH I g pflSi 3ffTE wii jTiPliiLSilfl HKWsWsMIMHbwsmsIssmBssH Tlk TKrllisMlTisffllMMilHlfflifllWHiiiiM MjT1 4i1iiOffMMrlBMBHMslMaii j jj fe s i d 4 Hi ill m u i rfTPffi n n hi 11 n w rrnisslnHMIMriliif sw A mujwuuihv1 1Jjusajw jgrj THE HIOKMAN COURIER rrntifiiBD x by friiat Br QEOESCSK WARREN HICKMAN ---- KENTUCKY OrriCE IlcJnz BuiMinp Clinton Street 7fte OLicrt Nevtpaytrln Western KtntucJtg George Warren KI31r Price of SeslracrEpiloix i FRIDAY SEPT 21 1880 ron racsiDrNT WINFIZLD SCOT HANCOCK of Pennsylvania ron Tics rRriDSST W H ENGLISH of Indiana ELECTORAL TICKET FOR THE STATE AT LASOE Thomas L Jones of Campbell A E Richards of Jefferson riSTBICT rLFCTOR1 1 James D While of Ballard lad A T Osjcroft f Daviess 8rJ r F EJwards of Edmonson 4tb Jacie Montgomery of Hardin lib EJJ MclJermott of Jefferson Gth Jsines W Bryan of Kenton 7th TV C Owens of Scott 8th M C Sanfley of Lincoln 9h Joseph Gardner of Magoffin 10th F L CleaTeland of Bracken ilHc Speaking James D ...

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. — 24 September 1880

THE PKMAN COURIER FRIDAY SEPT 24 1SS0 Lpcal Hems KSuSliott communications on public otvestione printed but not responsible for sent ixatata or expressions of corres pondeuls estept where tto refuse to give nameef nuifcor Mr Dixoo a citizen of Hickman - died Tuesday night and wm buried Wed--- nettlay A new jsnpply of CARPETS very loir at J AMDERGS SUNS Tii Fulln grand jury which ad Ijoarned lat Thursday returned 170 in dictments Instead of 70 as reported in last weeks Cdvrick Tiie first load of neTr seed cotton btUgut lnr ttst week was bought by J Arabfici Sens to bs ginned at Powell Bros stw gin SP3CALL and SEE the nice Ready Hide Clotbinx al tf J AMBERGS SOS A number of Hickmanitet risked Cairo yesterday on tbe pleasant packet Hillmas to take a look at Barnumt mu seum and circus Dates Ec winp Maohioo Depot Las been reiaoTd to tbe bouse mezt door to S K Whites Clinton Street They are Ioing an extensive business W H Cooka will preach fer the Christian in Hickman next Sun day morning ...

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. — 24 September 1880

VW 4 OUE BEST REWARD WrXSTOJT FOBSTTHE Co N 0 March 15 1880 J io the Hop Bitters Mfo Co Gents I desire to express to yon my thanks for your wonderful Hop Bitters I -was troubled with dyspepsia for five years previous to commencing the use of your Hop Bitters some six months ago Aly cure has been wonderful I am pas tor of the First Methodist Church of this place and my whole congregation can testify to the great virtue of your bitters Very Respectfully Bkt H Ferebee RocHEsTEB N Yf March 11 1880 Hop BrrxKEs Co Pleas accept my grateful acknowl edgment for the Hop Bitters you were so kind to donate and which were such a benefit to us Yours very gratefully Old TiADirs of the Home op the Friendless Dklevax Wis Sept 24 1878 Gents I have taken not quite one bot tle of the Hop Bitters I was a feeble old man of seventy eight when I got it To day I am as active and feel as well asl did at thirty I see a great many that need such medicine D Botce Monboe Mich Sept 25 1875 Sirs I have been taking...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 October 1880

pwaanps jhpzt2t g 1 fiHBHPHHBBBF I rUBLUUID KVERT FRIDAY BV GEORGE W AItItE3V IIICK3IAX KY OFFICE HEIKZE BUILDING CLIN fuN STREET GEOBG F W ABREN Editor Price of Subscription SS BEN BUTLER TO THE FRONT HE XAKKX A BOrKIKO KPEECIT AT TAXUEVL IIAIX BOSTOX THE GREAT GREENBACK ADVOCATE DE CLARES FOR HANCOCK BBioeiJitl Infma the Rare and Only Hope of tbc Country TEIRfBLE ARRAIGNMENT OF GENERAL GARFIELD ALL OTHEB QUESTIONS TO BE LAID ASIDE IN BE- nxLr or rcnuc saiiii ITororm to Ix Arrurri Only by the BrOatof Use Cormpt rnrty la rower Fnxow CmzKxs op Massacitcsetts By wiae provision of the Constitution the people are called upon at eTcry recurring period of f onr years to pass solemn judgment upon the policy integrity and efficiency of the adminis tration of the government in the past and to ehooec and appoint those who shall administer their government in tho coming like period On this power in the people to frequently change their rulers our fathers relied for the preservation of tho form...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 October 1880

m Itfi tic THE HICKMAN COURIER a i n 5 w akres J11CK31AN KENTUCKY Orrirt llclnie Iiuilding Clinton Street OUftlXevtpnprrin Wcrtcn eye Q Warren Editor Erce of Stiattcriplion 2 FRIDAY OCT S 1880 for piiksidest WINFIELS SCOTT HANCOCK of 1cnnsjlrauia FOR VICK PREIPEhT W H ENGLISH of Indiana IILECTOBili TICKET TOR THE STATE AT LARGE Thorns L Jones of Campbell A E Ilichards of Jefferson DISTRICT ELECTORS 1st James D Wni jiJ3alIard 2nd A T fitjcTottortJavicss m c NstBSBassssssssswHsaxjl a BrflfcKofXelHwa ra - T r fi Uwens oTScott fifh M C SauSey of Lincoln itth Joseph Gtrdner of Magoffin 10th F L Cleavctaad of Hrucacn The New York Herald after a care fal review of tbo situation in Indiana tajs that State Kill go Democratio by a decisive majority Attorney General D evens ex presses great anxiety over the political situation in Massachusetts He says there is great danger that the Repub licans will lose the State The Railroad Commissioners of this State have increased the taxable rate on rail...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 October 1880

r -was THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY -- OCT S 1SS0 Local Hems MSiort communications en public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where we refuse to give name of author Union City Eair commences Octo ber 12th MajBeld Fair October 13th 14th loth and 16th 18S0 Judge It K Williams of Utah is now visiting Pducab The Obion corn crop- will average ir barrels to the sere and SEE the nice Ready Made Clothing at If J AMBERQS SOIjS Yennor predicts cold and stormy weather Tor part of October The corn crop of Madrid Bend will average about two thirds of a crop The young men of Union City are to have grand hall Weduesday Oct 13 One caoe of Yellow feveratNew Or leans last Monday No danger apprehen ded Jadpe White TToncocfc elector and Mr Anderson Garfield elector are to spear at Fulton on the 16th If you want to make yonr wife and children happy go to J W ROGERS and Bet a can of fresh Mackerel only -75 cents per can apl30 iDtn Rices Coaling o...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 8 October 1880

rVS - 7 V FARM XOTES Ik curing tobacco it should dry riow ly and yet not polo burn Very much depends on the -weather Rapid drying tends to produce light colors -which usually are not desirable Keeping sheep is pleasant and profit able if attended to properly Wool is a unrc thing every year and brings cash It has its ups and downs but let any mnn nuikft nn his mind that none but his wife or his administrator shall sell liis wool for less than fifty cents per pound and he will come out all right So talks an eastern contemporary From a lato Paris journal we learn bat the French Forestry Department have Arrived at the conclusion that for ests greatly iucrease the water supply wherever found From close observa tions made it is found that rain falls much oftener and more abundantly in wooilen tracts and that wlnle the leaves and branches givo back tho water quick ly to the air they prevent rapid evapora tion from the gronnd and are thus favor able to the formation of springs Cors loses on...

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. — 15 October 1880

T 5 J II HICKMAN COURIER rUBUSHXD KTCST FRIDiT BV GEORGE WARREN HICKXAX KT OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING CLINTON STREET GEOKGB Price oi Subscription HORATIO SEYMOUR S3 The Sage of TJtica Warns the Coun try Against What the He publicans Call Nation alism A Dissection ef ten Garfields Theo ries as to This Election and of His Plans if He Should Win Extracts f rem a Speech Denver t CUca N TJ Feixow Citizenb It must not be forgoU ten that this Government is no longer the simple machinery it ms in the early days of the re public The bucolic age of America Is over The interests the Government his to deal with - a mmt II I fc If T rt A t ff 9t DultlAfflB At ernsVacL That which rives the lanrest mui ure of freedom rignts of conscience of j3ons J ana oi property mat government is tne most enduring which lifts up its citizens into a sense of the right and duties of their roritMlU which trains them lo watch and gttanTthe pub lic welfare which makes therh Bold free and enterprising ahd imbues them with...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 October 1880

I L THE HICKMAN COURIER fttiiLisiiKU evirv rttiir rT EOKE WABIfiJf5 HICKMAN - KENTUCKY Ojpice Heinic Ruililin Clinton Street the Oldest Nctcspayer in Western Kentucky George Warren I2rittor Irce of Subscription 2 FRIDAY OCT 13 18S0 for pbesidest WINxISLD SCOTT HANCOCK of Pennsylvania for TiCE rcEsinEsr W II ENGLISH of Indiana ELrCTOKA1 TICKET TOR THE STATE AT LA It OK Thomas L Jones of Campbell A Richards of Jefferson PISTK1CT ELECTORS 1st Jumps D White of Ballard Sml A T Ornycroft of Daviess 3rd P F Edwards of Edmonson 4th James Montgomery of Hardin 5th E J Mcbermott of Jefferson Oth James W Bryan of Kenton 7th W C Owens of Scott 8th M C Saufley or Lincoln Oth jJoph Gardner of Magoffin 10th Emery Whitaker Let the speaking on the EOtli the occa sion of IIon Tnos L Jones visit o Hick man be a big Democratic rally Fulton county ought to have at least one big turn oat during the Presidential campaign and the orator on tho 20th is well worthy coming from far and near to hear him Turn 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. — 15 October 1880

THEHiGKHAN COURIER PBIDAYr OUT 15 1880 local Hems The current expenses of Fulton oocnty for tbi year foot up S7191G the cost of bridges 14803 and the pauper expenses 75480 which pauper expense includes 19100 paid physicians for wait ing on paupers Mr James Koger the corn dealer is in Hickman prospecting as to the win tera corn trade in this section We hope be will remain with us for he is a king trader and our people know him to be gilt Tded and fair and honorable in all his transactions Gen Haykella salvation army has bee trying to convert Mayfield This is a body of religionists men and women who have cut loese from all business pursuits and are going through the country preaching praying and singing trying to convert the people If Vw want to mate yonr wife and- children happy go to W ROGERS and get sn of freak Mackerel only 75 cents per al apl30 - r Mr C C Stokely book keeper for A W McDonald Co died at Thomp sons mill four miles from Hickman Sat urday night last of congestive chi...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 October 1880

m I s OUR YOUNG FOLKS The Bofk there come the boya I O dear the noise The whole bouse feela the racket Behold the knee nf Harrya ranla And weep oer Berties jacket Bnt never mind If eyea keep bright And limbs prow straight and limber Wed rather lose the trees whole bark Than find unsound the timber I Sow hear the tops and marbles roll The floors O woe betide theml And I must watch tie banisters Tor I know btrja who ride them I Look well as yon descend the stairs I often find them hannted By ghostly toys that make no noise Just when their noise Is wanted The vrry chairs are tied in pairs And made to prance and caper TYhat swords are whittled out of stick W hat brave hats made of paper 1 The dinner bell peals loud and well To tell the milkmans coming And then the rush of steaxnar trains Sets all our ears a humming How oft I say What shall I do To keep these children quiet 7 If I could find a good receipt I certainly should try It But what to do with these wild boys And aU their din and...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
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