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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 7 January 1881

f THE-HICKMAN COURIER, J-IBLISI1ED SVERT FRIDAY BY E O It U K W A IS K K ST , JIICKXAX, : : : : : KEXTUCKT. Orricc Ileinto Buildinp, Clinton Street. 7 Ac Oldeal A'ncspaperin Western Kentucky. George IVarrcn, Editor. Price of Subscription, 2. FRIDAY, JAN. 7, 1SS1 Tub preatest work lhat Congress can do is to make a liberal appropria tion for the improvement of the Mia 6isiippi river. There was a ttrDgfj phenomenon seen it Louisville, the recent cold ppell, which wm three viaiblo uns and a raiibosr. They were visible about three hours, and attracted universal attention. Thosb having the Mississippi river improvement bill in charge intend to have it pMsed in the Iliver and IIar Lor bill this winter, and not as a sepa rate moasure. It calla for an appro Iriatioo of 8l.S0O.00O. Tuk two wings of he Tennessee Democracy have held a conference, sod agreed to act unitedly in the elec tion of officers. If they all Mand to the agreement, there can be no doubt of electing a Democratic United Stat...

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 January 1881

7' ' ; 9 r ... -' 1, . 7 . IE DKMAH GOURffiR, ! rCBUIUKD KTEST FmlDAT II GEOKGE WARREN, HICKMAir, XT. OFFICE HEINZC IUIL0IN0. CLINTON STREET GEORGE WAREEN.Kditor, Price of Subscription, 1 S3 POPULAR SCIENCE. Tini fuel of tho living body is food. Hauctuc acid is much used in Oer many to keep water freo from impurities. A mktkoboixxicai station is to be established on tho celebrated Scottish mountain, Ben Nevis. The metal which are found to longest retain heat are brass and copper; next iron, and lastly in order load. I a new electric battery ono of the elements is composed of sheet-iron less than the ten-thousandth part of an inch in thickness. SoiEXTisrs have declared that the Blue Hill Range of Massachusetts is older, in a geological point of view, than the Alps or the Pyrenees of Euro-e. Water filtered through charcoal W-coni--a perfectly ptire, the charcoal ab "n6rting all ' disagreeable taates and smells, -whether they arise from animal or vegetable impurities. Tms great glacier...

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 January 1881

- n ft 'i oris TOUSG TOLKS. uecsD or mc hickobt tbee. Hundreds and htmdreda of jmii Tt momn wboliTed to t- be'"T1 In the mini and flssuiw under the ern, W here mrtala are neer allowed to go inre wanved a beautiful foreat tr Tu bridge o'er a stream a tuouuialo beignt. And, Just ai the wn tunk Into the aea And the rale, grew dark with the .hade, ot night A thousand nn. .trice repaired V the wood To hew down thin grand old forest tree. And under Its droupiiia- biugu they "o" And Iti diwping nuts they cracked with gl. Theelrea of the tree id each flower then. In the of old. had It. , g.ianiian Pt'W looked down fmm tbelr home, at the little men And all were d auayed at the fearful f0'. Their beautiful home wan in danger they knew, Where they'd llted and lored to many years, And they met In their lafy bowers to lew Tt work of destruction wtih stuhs and tears. Hut the fairy l.u, who had aopo to the sea To Tisit the Queen of the Kelpie fays. Had heard of the peril of her dear tree, . And Jo...

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 January 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER.! FMPAY. :::: : : JAN. 14. 1881 Local Hems, tStiort ' cenmtmleatious on pnblic questions printed but not responsible for Mali menu or expressions of corres pond except wkere we refuse to give varae ef author. The beautiful enow has bean with us now two months. Even the children would gladly good-bye. A FEW regular boarders en bo accom modated at the riaoters House. Terms reasonable. jal4 Corn was quoted io the Courier, last week, at 45o delivered at Hickman. It was an error, and should have read 43 cents. , C. Ilughlette Wilson, was elected City Attorney, Monday .hifht. Ite will make energetic, vigilant, faithful prosecutor. Sociktt Items. Hanifio the name of your visitors, or written notice of any society rv-ent, io. Thus compliment your guests and the Courier also. Eld. VV. II. Cooke will preach at the Christian Church, next Sunday morning and evening. Subjects, morning, "Chris tian Walk; evening, "Simplicity and Mystery." Miss Gertrude Bmford, daughter of Mr. ...

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 January 1881

a- '1 v - L. A t i t. THE HICKMAN COURIER, PUBL1SUBD ICVERf FRIDAT BT MCKSIAX, : : : : ' KENTUCKY. Orfics Holms Building, Clinton Street. Jhe OidttSetcsraPeril1 wtern Kentucky. George Warren, Kill lor. lrlee o Nubserlpllon, $2. Fill DAY, : : : JAN.' H, 1SS1 Ft'LTOS county is out of debt bas paid off all ouUtaodiof; claims, aod has one or two hundred dollar sur plus. Tok best informed men in financial circles believe that the present fever ef speculation U hastening on to an other panio. Hom. Oscas Turner voted against the coaseler appropriation till and against tha array appropriation till, only 7 voting nay. The Kentucky State Auditor has instructed the Sheriffs to collect 45J cents tax instead of 45 aa heretofore. It creepeth slowly up ! "Th"! bill to provide pensions for the Tjrvi7ora of the Mexican war will be crowded throjg'a this session of Con gress, if its friends a:o able o do it W. II. Vandersilt draws $510,000 interest every ninety day from the United States Treasury. He ...

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 January 1881

THE . HICKMAN COURIER, ri'BUSIIED BVKBT FEtDAT DT GEOUGG AVVltIi:-, IIICKSIAX. K T. OFFICE HEINZE BUILOINQ. CLINTON STREET GEORGE WARHEN.Kditor, lric ot Subscription, S2 POrt'LAR SCIENCE. Fob articles, of ruhlx-r which havo lx conio hard and brittle Dr. Pol recom mends the following treatment: Im merse the articles in a mixture of water of ammonia one part nnl water two j tarts, for a time varying from a few minutes to an hour, according to tho circumstances of the Coko: When the mixture, has act ed enough on the rublxT it will lie found to hftTe recovered nil its elasticity, smoothness and softness. The royal engineers have tried tho ef fect of gun-cotton in bringing down two old chimneys at tho dock-yard extension works, Chatham, England. The. first was demolished by glaring a necklace of gun-?ntton inside the chimney, the total charge consisting of almtit four and a half txuiuds. Tho second was de stroyed ly placing six charges of the ex jliL the IoLaI xUhixj -weigHuig ' twenty-e...

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 January 1881

OUR TOCSO FOLKS. POP COM. Pip, pOl, Hip, hop. Tin, top, I "op corn! Out ot the pan, Into the tire, Bursting and bouncing Higher and higher. White u new mow, Yellow a gold. You'd better tie patieot Till it u cold. THE TORCHLIGHT BKU1ADE. It wm the number twr-nty-five that did tho rait-chief. If it had lt;n twenty, or thirty, or thirty-five, or forty, l'hil woul.l never have got them all into tronMe. Tlie Torehlif-ht Brigailo newly or ganized an.l on yet iinei-nip-Hiil hrul ikku having a 'tic-iie, a nutting picnic in tho IJenr Hill wikk1s. It wiiuted two hourn of the time sot to return homo. The nut were all gathered, the games flayed out, nnd tho loy3 were Htrolling nimlopsly aliout when rhil stnmMed over a low utmio wall and wont head-first into a punipkin-pateh. A pumpkin-patch in tho midst of tho wxkU what an iileu! No other signs of cultivation were visible just tliU one little Rixit partially cleared aiul the nmpkin.H growing thriftily. Pliil at up, ruliU'd liis bruised kneo, an...

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 January 1881

- THE; H ICKHANCOURIER. FRIDAY.:::: : : JAN. 21, 18S 1 . Local Hems. SOCIETY ITEM. Ten iii'it'i S'H;iIor The L'rc.it M'usT.'riii fj!,t in Ton Mt. t . '.I Jl . a. L 1 JTT3: Mr. F. F. GhcUon and wif-. of Cairo,, commonec'l V.!.,,.-d , v. ,.,:.; III., are in tlie city, guests of Mr. J. West' Powell. Misses Lizzie Knnerr and C-rce!j an j :!,!,- p is 1 1 HPVShorl communications on public questions printed hut not responsible I for sentiments or riprruiont or corres pondents except where we refuse togive name of author. 1U per cent. saved by paying CASH for purchases at Fortune's Drug Store. A FEW regular boarders can be accom modated at the Planters House. Terms reasonable. j' Mr. Cha. H. Rieke, an old promi nent wholesale merchant of TaJucah, died in that city, last week. Mr. Daoiel Hughes and Mr Edward Moore, two old and worthy citizens of Union City, died, last week. The N. C. it St. Louis railway pro pore building a round house at Union City, for the proteetion of their engines. QIJ ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 21 January 1881

'-Stt itfftY--1-- - ' a'Tat-ZteZ-fci Ji . -h 1 1 N hi mi in i mi' iinT li ) "i Ti! K Professional $mt. EE3T IN THE WORLD I v B Heitoni Hiesttlj inans. ur. VI -r ot THE HICKMAN COURIER, pvBLtsiiKi. itvrsT rtlWAT BY MCK3IAX, : : : : : KCXTCCKT. T5i.it lluford as til Kane who Ki . ! I) RUG S rr O U E ,V. a. ms The tin e el Coocr'a ha -F"1 V,' A v 1 1 IN., ; :i .1.1! lli . BRi:r!j . ,a 1 1 v i ths I. : Jud.o KUioSt, roois Co :rt. PHASICAH m SURGEON, teipi'ly c;ii-'i t!K ln (....n-MuTl- nrlie'o h is h !!! !ic rfi.j., U i ,,np- 1- :'tr, ii i!.-iir ..... i i ; .. . . . , ir.i, ail! ifil :i l' c ''::-'r.i' l' i.r. v :i i-j-eare.l iu oae ; rd.! 1 1 .. . i , F IHt'l'M AN' ' KEML'CKY j yc, v.... wltc oi.i, jrcic- ... :,.tl,..,.f never , ! it e ,7.7 f fl'- '.is rriif..iioml t'ervicos to' i a i , i v ' i s s . l. l- .- . r . v - - 1 ... . . ,.rt.il-iMv l.cl.CVPU l.i J J -' 3 iiij I !.e eitiU'ris of Hick i 111 .1 ti a:i j vioinity. ' V c... ! The -Mi- ' 1 ' t ,u . ' . . I i Li .ihl'. ill ! ! ; . ...

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 January 1881

IE HICKMAN COURIER, , rrausHBD xvtir rmiDAt it GEORGE AVVItltlIV, MICK MATT. KY. OFFICE HEINZE BUILOINO. CLINTON STREET GEORGE "WrtliETsT. Editor, lrice of Subscription, S3 60SS1P FOR THE LADIES. Spell Kl. pell kiaa? What simple quMtion 1 The aiiiulent 1 iver heard; Vo hinta I need do etififllon To .pell ao common a word. A " k,-' -ti a kingly letter, ' A trifle diatant at fln-t. But rmi'U soon pronounce It better I'd ih"w ron if 1 dnret. then "f'O bother that dimple Juet wait till I dot that " I ;' The rent of the word I eimr-le And will keep till ry and Vr. Tben the " the alliilant aiRhtilf, Make It aa long aa yon will, Like a chord in mimic dying With a ahiiddertnir, trviniilima thrilL ThTl tliat "a t nniahed, and aweetly, ' but wait; are yon ready? Yea? I mnet epell the word completely; Draw !reath for the aeooud " a." Tin m tuoet Important leiter. It ehowa that the word is done. And I like it even tctl-r, I think, than the other one. I hold I'Y Ihei-e ohKct hieenlie, 1 hy illus...

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 January 1881

Tft-HOHBOW. XT JOaCI!T atlLLEB. Oh, thna to-morrow ! Mystery! Oh, day tbtTr ron bfnr! Whit bu thy bidden hsnd in itor For mine, to-morrow, ind for me? Ob, l boa to-morrow ! what hut thot. I a Mar to make, me bear the now f Oh, day In which we shall lorgtt The tangled troubles of to-day ! Oh, day that laughs at duos, at debtl Oh, day of promises tu pay ! Oh, shelter from all preseut storm! Ob, day in which we shall reform Oh, safest, heat day for reform! OrniTenient dar of promises! Hold bai k the "shadow of the storm, Oh, Meet to-morrow ! t'hielest friend 1.M not thy niTtery be !, But laid us bhiidt'iilded to the end. IV AS HE MAD I BT CHiRLES K. GOLOIT. In visiting the south of England, have von ever gone out of your tvay to enjoy a few hours iu one of the many delight ful, thriving towns -wliioii are soattoreil like corn throughout that sunny laml? If not, then it has not Wen your fortune to view the sparkling landscape of Hazel ton.a (juaiut, quiet village, with modest little hom...

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 January 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, JAN. 23, 18S1. Local Hems. BSuShort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pon lanrs except w here we refuse togive name of author. I'lalne, at COWQI LL' s7 f o r 3 O ctt a gallon. ja8 It IO per eent. saved by paying CASH for purchases at Fortune's Drug Store. Mr. El Walker has again taken an interest in the Columbus Times. Pros perity to you. , The Columbus Manufacturing Com pany Las added a spoke machine, and will add other machinery. A little daughter of Mr. Geo. Beale, a sweet little girl of sis or seven years, died, Tuesday, of pneumonia. Miss Ella Hi og woo J, daughter of Mr. John Ringwood, of this place, left Monday for Washington City, to attend scheol. Mr. Vm Milaer, an old citizen, sod we believe a native of this county, died, Sunday last, at his borne, eight wiles from Hickman, of pouemonia. SGCO-IUM) 91 4CII1XC. A secend-hand Wilson Improved Sewing Machine, for sale, at a great 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. — 28 January 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, PUBLISHED EVfiST miPAY BV 11 K O !t U Wl IV A II 15 K T , JflCKUAX, : : : : : KSXTL'CKl'. Office- Heinle r.uildinr, Clinton Street. 7A Oilttt Stirtr'tpfi' H'ntern hentncn'f.i Gure Warren, I'M If or. Irlee of NuIiNrriplioti, FRIDAY, : : JAN. 28, 1SSI A CO RRES 11) N 1 E N T of lliC FllltUU Index favors Mr C. M. Vauylio far re election lo the Legislature. The State School Superiutendaut warns teacher in tlii tate not to t-ell I their school scrip for it will be prompt ly fUli. A UlU. has been introduced" into the Mi-souri Legislature to re-establish i the whipping post, hut tliera is little probability that it will pass. IT T . . . .. T ..... . I' tlU.H. J . ClODDArlU J Ull SUM, 111 Frankfort, publishes a card, announc i in that he will uot be candidate for tJovernor, Sic. He would adorn the j G ubernator'ul chair. I The fer couo . ... ., . . . . n . census reiurus snow u.ut vur , . . t , t, hasbout 1.000 more males, males, whilst Johusoo couo'y than fema has abou...

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 March 1881

THE HICKMAN . COURIER, ( ,fUBumi xvnv tridat bt GEORGE WARREN, 1IICK9IAX. KT. OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING. CLINTON STREET GEORGE 'WAKEEN'i Editor, Price of Subscription, : : S3 --jts COLLATED FACTS. .-;' . Horse leather in largely used in Gor-maay-for making boots. - , The .Royal Palace in Amsterdam'" is buported on 13,f03 piles. I At-id'Ciu.. originated about tlio middle of -the fourth century of th Christian era. ' . ' Man in the only living creaturo that can -walk -or stand - erect in a. l-erfect maimer. . Ar.Tiioran tho aborigines f America had I't' i languages, u thread uf connection rims through them ulL - i .- - IjOWF.ft'tUT.frnKViv, which ln-longs to Mexico, . is. a bleak and almost . barren country,-Imfr little jwtpulftted. Tuk first dissection of tlio human hotly for promotion of the muse of science took place at Aloxntitler, Egypt, fvi R. C. . i'l " t wit-inHniwi4 pMtasfworo.kill(t or injured l.y the fall of on amphitheatre at iruU'u, near Ronie, in tlio time of LiWrius. Os Pr...

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 March 1881

v. r I nOTnEBI BOTI. Yra, I know ther ire ittins on my carpet, The trace ol am all muddy Wwta; And I ee your tir tapeatry powinc, AU tKUs with liloioonu and truits ! Anil I know tht my walli are dljflgured With prints of an. all fingers and hand; And I lint your own household moit truly All Ireth lu lu puilty stand. And I know that my parlor is litterml V itb many old irwurn and tors; White your o'wn iff id diinunt order, L'nuarmed by tne presence ot boys ! And I know that my room la invaded Ittiita bodly all hours of tbe day; While toi) sit in your own unmoleated And dream the soft quiet away 1 Y, I know ttiere are lour little bedsides Where 1 must stand watchful each night ; While t.iu ft out In youi carriage. And Hash in your drewes so bright ! Now, I think I'm a neat little woman; 1 like my bouse orderly, t o; Ai'd 1 in fond oi all damtir belongings; Vet would not enaegtj place with you! No t kep your fair home with its order, It" freedom from bother and nnije And keep your own ...

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 March 1881

v. 1 n THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, M AUC1I 4. 1881 Local Items, lP$LShort communications on pnhlic question printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where we refuse togtre same of aatbor. rou tiik iX(aiLiTt ur We are authorised to nn)in(e C. M. VAUGHN ns a' candidate for re-election lo represent the counties of Fullnn and Hickman in the Lower House of ibe uext Kentucky Legislature. tircnlt Court convenes next Monday and we learn the docket is much the larc wst for several years. Bring jour mules la Hick man next , Moday if you want t sell far oash. QooJ and liberal bnyers are nnoounoeJ to be here. Mr II. M Nisbett, publisher of the Obion Vfu-j, Try, has soli hia interest, Mr. Tom W. Field, Mr. Brice remains the editor. T. D. Hayes, of Teisrksna, Tci, ome years ago a clerk in the bouse of 11. Buchanan, was visitinj Hickman this reek. ile is well pleased with his Texas liom. Eli Perkins, the crest humorist lec turer, lectures in Hickmran, Ma...

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 March 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, - rUBllsnKI IVERT FIIOIT BV a i? o it ci v. w a it it s: ar , OlCSJtAX, : : : : : KEXTUCKT. OrriCK Ilelnxe CuilJinr, Clinton Street. Je Oldest Sett fpcprr in Western KtnlwJcy. Cieorge Warren, B-lililf. I-rlce of KiibHcriplioti. 2. . . - FRIDAY. : : : : : MARCH 4. 1SSI. . -' General Hancock's mijnrityover General Garfield is about 8.10G oa the popular vote. The Seoife committee inereacd the amount appropriate;! by the IVtver odJ Harbor bill" SGOfl.OOO. TriK Arkansas Legislature h pass ed a bill prohibiting its members from cceptiog railroad passes. The international monetary conven tion, projected by France, with the iew of bavin; silver remooetiztd, will meet oa the 27th of April. The Government of Greece ben just received 2G.000 muskets and a lot of other war material, includiug a lot of torpedoes. The Greeks mean Lusi cess. Tub woman suflfranista pot a tumble in the Indiana Legislature last Tue day, tbeir bill to permit women to vote having been defeated by a ...

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 March 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, FC BU8-EXSD VVKEY FKIDAT Br GEORGE WAKRKN - '"' HICKH1X, KT, Vi OFFICE HE1NZE BUILDING, CLINTON STREET : r : 1 ' - " ' " r - - GKORGE WARRKN.Editor; ' " " " Z : ' v x - l The Oldrs NoMNpniKM- in V ?tcrii IContuolcy. , . v ..w,,,uWfa sTABLlSUEPlsSo! HICKMAN, I-TJLTQX COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MARCH II, 1881. VOIXVl -O.Tl, INTERESTING PARACJRIPIIS. A ve-rmoxt railroad company has paid a passenger who lost an car in an aeci, dent $l,oOQ. . ". ... Over twenty;five- thousand tourists have visite'el tho Yoseinite Valley sincu its discovery in 165. Frkncii railroads do only one-third tho passenger business that ia done by English lines. -- Thh Tami who comes ntout solely to kill, time shonhl confine himself strictly to his own time. Sr. Louts girls objwt to rubber, "thevMfivw the feet so." It must he aD awful load, eveu fn India rubber.. Aijkti vt:s nro tho millinery of literal ; turf, and like ilte- trimmings of a dross, j they should not lie allowed to obscure ; tlta...

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 March 1881

NT! LI- IXa.K. I itno.1 bT the " n.aao Tr.inamitter," t or the trlephono VII hat! luntt. And urer tiie wire a Ktiin.l caws A though maiden aui'g A rouMC.tl tone quite familiar. Her voice I had oft.-n J'""'; ... For in answering daily telephone jrsiis We uaxl IntercoaugeU u.nj a word. Hare you nerei rwtmd letter. And p..e.lere broking the ' As tou thuuKht coDi-ermiiR the tulings That the euiilenls minlit reveal Pi.l not a loninK iiaeM you To know what wu really within. And yet to srail of that knowledEe Vou seemed in no haste to becia r In some such manner I tarried At the end f our tel. ph..ue wire. Then at last, mustering eouragy rilurtent, Hran at once to inquire : - Well, halluo ! well, what ia wanted i It seemed at leat all 1 coul.l do ; When quick In return eaine the meeage, " Halloo 1 well, uIU, who are you ? " Why. I am 'forty-eight " I responded, ' You ealled only a moment or two " " Korty-emlit,' " he repeated in auswcr, " Well, surely I don't wish li.r you. I was giving, m...

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 March 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, MAUCH 11. 1881 Local Hems. t!S1iort wimuwnlcatlons on public qncstians prlated hut not . responsible for ntlmeats or expression of eorres r.Bdnt except where we refase to five name of Author. FOB THE LEOISLATCSE. Vf re avtharittd to announce C. M. VAUGHN as candid! for re-election to repretest th counties of Fulton and Hickman in the Lower House of the next Kentucky Legislature. Tbe rifer continues to (all at a live 1 rate. Mrs. Bolline, wire of Rev. V. T. Dol'iaf, dieU in Calls ttsburg, Ky, Feb. lllh. Mim TliJJIe GUmore, of Union City, was married, last week, to Mr. S. Vf. R. Halsy, of Nashville. The river bank coationes to fell io at New Madrid. Tho warehouse of T. II. LHjjes fell io last week. Chsa Reed, Democtst, was elected Majr of Tadurab by 2f5 majoritj over Henry Houston, Republican. Charleston, Ma., has five salooo, and tkey pay $1,205 each per annum for license. The "fellers' must pay pretty dear for their whisky. It looks like old times to see...

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