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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 11 March 1881

y . " --.'.--" - ;'r - '-.'I-"'. - J' t. krrsi 'i4-u . THE HICKMAN COURIER, ri'DLianED evibt rnoAT bt oEoito k s a ii ic i: x , MCKJIAX, : : : ; . KEN TUCK I'. OrricE Ilelnie ItuilJine-, Clinton Street. T Qllett Newnpaper in Hf.Vnt Kentucky, j tieorge Warren, IJiSHor. Irlce of NufcMcriptlon, 2. frTdXy. : : : illAiumiTissT SoMKof the Stlwrt organs have already began to abuse Presided Uabfield. NEARLY fifteen millioo acres of lanJ were sold by the government land de partmeot last year. Thb President does not tMnk the funding bill sufficiently pressing to de mand an extra neion of Congr?s. The educational bill, which was again discussed daring the last session of the Forty-sixth CoDgress, failed of passage. Gov. Foster, of Ohio, has just pardoned a roan from the penitentiary who has been there thirty-three years having been sentenced for life. WilE.y President Garfield got through delivering Lis ioauguial ad dress be turned round and kissed bis mother and his wife. This was poeti cal. ...

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 March 1881

r .: . J ! W hickmJn 'I "'a " '' x- . . r 5'- .. ; "ft Tl;.10KMAH.C0UEe)! - - FUBUSHID EVKBT FRIDAT BT k J GEORGEWARREN, , '' HICKMAN, K T. - " OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING, 'CLINTON STREET GEORGE "WAnBEN.Kdltor, Trice at Subscription," S3 SCRAPS OF SCIENCE. Oofpfb has lccn detected in the soil of a churchyard," and in portions of ex hurued bodies, ,rr - At ThrbH&n ancfent Egyptian papy nis roll containing a treatise oii medicine ha been found. v - , , - .--.- A "Efr scientific instrument is tho "pulviometer," which registers the quan titjr "of rruii fulling within ' a certain period, and the duration, and the hour of the fall. - It has Wen discovered that a minute fungu will cauao fermentation in n solu tion -of glucose, while it does not affect that of cane sugar! Advantage has Wen taken of this fact to separate cane sugar from molnRKOB, the glucose undergoing fermentation, and thus allowing the cane sugar to crystnlize out.' - - - A taper snid to he proof against fire and water is ...

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 March 1881

' Mr fctt r! writtf In my nrort hoyhood to on wbo Ml ui but the other J! And I am .ittlnn hrs mnrt t. t to rw-1 thnn Te.nf.-f n.fri.nd; ont Vr-.b: much u-.r. Mttrr' For hint, inyielf. theta-lf th la A. h. to whom the, faded thin!. wen, "''' iJa joulU mud trust hd frvu my living U-d. It wm mviwir, reuieai'-cr that, who rot JhrijO IVa-i tfaem once more, and note the uoble hie, The tut end.a,or, end the desperate itruggle To ne abore the gnTel.n In the ttrlfe; Thes-.-rifl(ofi-elf rndofothe-- Tb-J-aintthelllrir.-30 the poor. Toe an-n-T right 'giiinat uride aud io, and rulies, The looking onward when the pun was nre. Ours too, the handa to eas-e the overladen. Dure the atrong foice whom) aweet words 01 truth " . , Should e'er compel a hearing from the I"0.'1" Wbo now but arortH at our iropt.uoiu youth. The world, awakened, soon would grow much bet tcr: Soon mn and aorrow, dying In the du. Would aoih from Oie eartu before the sunlight flashed from our awords, whoso blades sltould never ru...

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 March 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1881 Local Hems. (SShort emmuBUations on public tina printed but not renponsible fr MBliaenta er expression j gf coTres paadaars except where w refuse to give ef anther. rOB TIIE LEU ISLATCKE. W ar authomed to announce C. M. VAUGHN aa a cnJiJto for ' re-election raprceent the couatie of Fulton and flick maa in the Lower House, of the uext Kentucky LegiiUture. Capt. Wm. Harpole, ooe of tha old at raaidanta of Qbioa oounty, died Maroh rd. Oar citizens are btginoiog their gar itaing operationa and the aeed dealer re doing a ruahLag business. Geo. R. Braofield, an aid and fe- peeted- cititen of Weakly county, Tenn., 4ied at his home near Dresden , en the 7th, f pneumonia. Any person having in bis possession the Degree CituI aad Cards belonging Co the I. O. G. are requested to return the same to E. Case, at the Post Office. W. L. Edwards started oat beaver ttantiag last week, on Reelfoot Lake, and has beea aatssing since. It is apprehend ed that he ...

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 March 1881

THE HICKAN COURIER, PUBLISHED BVCBT FUDAT BT GEORGE WARItES, MCKJtAX, : . . ; KENTUCKY. Oriici Helnie Building:, Clinton Street. TA OUUttXewvaperin Wetlern Kentucky. George U'arreu, Editor. Price of Subscription, 2. FRIDAY, : : : : 3IAKCII 13. 18SI W have direct telegrspbio coonec tioo with the Mexican capital now. Railroad connection will coma witbio two yean, tod tben will come annexa tion. Got. Hawkins hai pardoned out of the penitentiary about twenty convicts. It is quite evident that he is striving to build op the Republican party in Tennessee. Pro. VtssOR predicts that the spriDg will be "fairly, hot and dry," and that the midsummer will be "cool and wet." He thinks there will be a good deal of sickness. Vcnnob bas sustained his reputation aa a weather aesr pretty welLus far. ek The TeooessetJ bosd oiroers have made a new propocitioa, through Gov. Hawkins, to that State. It foods the debt, dollar for dollar, gives 99 year time, and demaods 3 per cent, interest. Gov. Hawkins re...

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 March 1881

's y IE ICEMAN GODMR, r T7U8HW BVKBT FBtDAT BT ' GEORGE 'WAItliEIV, niCKJIAS, K T. OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING, CUItlOi STREET ' ' ' t GEORGE VTJLXlTlttX, Editor. Price ol Subscription, i . : 83 A LOTTERY OF HEATH, : A ilkwllj Story of .flMb.T'i ftnaaiA A writer iii the- Fhiladelpliia Wtr.li JTitncs relates tho following storv of the war as fold to him by a soldier of Mosby's command: - . t. V On arriving lit BeetoTvillo, Virgiuirt, ve found Col. Mosby with full command xlrawn up in lino, ami he himself in con sultation with hi principal olHcers. One of these finally advanced toward the s piad which gmirded the nniori prisoners and gave orders to draw them up" in line. Tko adjutant then rode forward and read an ord; stating that seven of our men having lieen-rocciitly hung by tho enemy it mas determined that seven of tlie pris oners should be hung in retah'ation, and that lota for these seven would be im mediately drawn. A settle ensued which wid bo impressed nio:i my memory un til tlio ...

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 March 1881

HA RBI ED FOBLOTR Yea. Jack Brown ws splendid fellow, But rarrtl for tore, you know; . J I remember the fjirl verr well Sweet little Kitty PufTma. Preity. and loTinr. nd food. And britcht a fairy el'. I wu very much tempted Indeed, To marry Kitty myself. " But her friends were all of them poor. And Kitty hud not cent: And I knew I should new be With lOTe In a cotune' content. 50 Jark was the lucky wooer, Or unlucky anyway You can trr how shabby tali coat. And his balr is turning gray. " But I'm told he thinks himself rich With Kitty and homely joys; A cot fsr awsTHit o town Kull of nolsr (rlrls and boys. ToorJui k! I'io sorry and all that. But of oiMirse he very well knew That fellows who nrarry for lore Must drink of the lluuor they brew. ' And the handsome Auz'ntiu smiled. Ilisomt was In erfert style. And women still spoke f his (race. And Kv him their sweetest smile. But he tbiHiicht that night of Jack Brown. 4 And s;iM I am urowinu old; I think I must really mnrry Some beautiful...

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 March 1881

L-, Y--f life 2ifc:f4k.-V "M: -V-"' THE tjICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : :: : MAUCil 2, 188 1 Local Items. ftaShort communications on public questieDS printed bait not responsible fer sentiments r expressions of corres p'lBrt except where we refuse togive ame of author. FOU T1IK LEQIKLtTCRE. Yf nre authorize! to announce C. M. VAUOUK aa a candidate for re-election to rrpreient the conn fin of. Fntton and Hickman in the Lower House of the uext Kentucky Legislature. SAVE; YOURSELF for a nice suit of Clothes, direct from New York, next week. mch25 J. AMBERG S SONS. The Hickman Courier's "Query Column" is instructive at well as in teresting. Colambns Tiroes. Turac was fight in town to-day; and the parties, after a alight tussle, decided to settle the matter by going to BUCK ER'S aad buying a full supply of Gro ceries. sich'25 Mr K. J. KecneJy, of Obioo conn y, died Tuesday last., of dropsy. Fie was member of Hickman Lodge, Knights of Honor, and his family will receive 2000 insurance. The O K...

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. — 25 March 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, rm-nrt-n itrnt fipat by f J I O It K W A St 15 -V MCKXtAy, : . .- : STUCK V. - j j i Orric---Helnie BuiMr, Clinton Street.) Jhe 9lUt Sevrptprrin M'ott'n X'ltutky facorse U'nrron, I-Mitor. Price or NilUsoriplion, '. fIiTdAY, : : :TmaK7I i 2. . 1 SSI It U miI htJ? (iottM ln ' 11 r " i.i -r .t it.t f. i. irr-.iH i litrges en tl.e Mifsis-ij-pi. Fr-VERAL larre jbbins liuut-ei i" he Kat linvo dtoaidtftl drutnrcinc; tlicy finJ it py letter to ?vertia. AT ibe eiciiio;: rrfidemiat election lt jenr, eighty ei:ht thonxan J luri liamlred at;J ixtv-ciue voters ia Ken. tucky failed fo vote. More than two l.uuJted towns In Tenoosuee have surreolereJ tbetr city charters,. It appears to bo a temper anee ciotemeot, anJ oot to escape cor poratioa debts. Thev have in 1 en i ii i t-. mm i I oessea what ts called a Four Mile law do salooD alloweJ Iu four unle oi a school lioase, except in incorporated towns, and heuce the f-urreu Jv-r cf town cliarter.i. Thk New York ocialis'a have e...

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. — 1 April 1881

(? n OFFICE-EiWeiniOlNQ; CLIHrtHr' STREET GEOkQe WAilEEN.KdUor, yoBIoWtroU l3l j ESTABLISHED BITS OKrlXFOItMAHOX. . r , 'vT15,T2rJi2t L,S.X3J?JIllcasPr??y apojia urno, while ins wiio wm abscu 7" atloilSr " -- . froni homo, was iovitod by 0110 of lis tWoou LLW -fiinriliyi Ue iproporly burned,, 16 4r.tifc f i6ak - - - eio ,. ' ATWrt-titid UfDftonfcrti'1 cadi'' reoci"t an ' annual conns'at'cia'oT ; ; r" s y " Vnyi-f wtWthM cJiogt hrunol England in l.03. ts' llficflanit'.nicl ' ti-tlTn'iti Start's tlfrrt--pfd.-Or-l V((n;fr( fccT to fW iiw." lu (icrniiuiy tlferd aro .'hb'oiit ' 2?l'31tJ s.inaio fort to the aero. 1 1" " ' r ' - I'ran-tirs hj-ric:iJTpe'riy tf frrf-' xiv ; xury eaino it . t . .i -Duyck u ni. tho.:ly ookuf worn in iiiouruuig. In Uiuna aud biam white w wyvu- nutltvlutti waa jd.so iho color of m.wifuiiig, among the ancient Kuuuuis,. Thk greatest nunilnT of vessels of mr at any. tituoiu. tho rHorvico, of Cjngrohs, during i tlio lliovojiitioxuyy. hi at, ,vas twentv-iivo. ..Oiv. ...

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. — 1 April 1881

Toot eoat, well loTCd, i nusnT-reaarrii,. :,,. Sine N-th.ol U" irr.w.bM, ,n,," TMHrti1M brla yowlorten "Mi TV lulat Xiin jmt thin at! d whifseamcd ituO KVpT,.'n fcttarklng without fM, . ' Iflm.lrrikfinp, hiaMows.rer.un"; tiat-n AiieiLprr let tta PHWjoIJ Jrlfpa. T- That mVsTtSV flown, wMi finrt-f wol you, - 1 "mt) wult-niemorr ? rngi -Mjr .UieodSnrasiud to hemrir bora rem,. . . ,: , Ami jHmred their welcome forth in-sorig. Your srwlihT pliiiht "J wBlch I'm ain Hindi-rs tlit-m njt n arm to '"'"' TlierM ladeilj fewl U P M3 So utter lot us part old frieud. You're rJfclie.rh'lril.'ar ancient-wotling; That, too; recall a rsi dtliicbt .; , ... ,i One night to. ma lrm .T.uie pretending 1 f.-lt li.-rst.ft h.-iri.l rluft-h mo tKht. Tarn wr tou, irhilrlj(htiuht'ir .j ! It to mjt Jane tts days to lu.ud,. While 1 wiwhldhi-tviiitlrnUTj ' " So ncrer let u j-hrt.'ol J f riendr 1 ' T .t :i ; '.I i - : :...... : lini-n y.iu leeri stavped in musk and amtier, . Whi. U fjisni!T. Iikitijla theslM- tWfwhe...

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. — 1 April 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY, APRIL 1. 1881 Local Hems. BO.tbort communications on public wweauons priatea out not responsible tor sentiments or expressions of corres pondeors except where wi refuse to civ . . ntoi aaiaor. FOB THE LBttlSLATCBE. We are author!. ed to announce C. M VALGHN as a candidate for re-election to repreaent the counties of Fnlton and Hickman In the Lower House of tb uext Kentucky Legislator. The Uoioo City Fair will commence this year Oct. 4. Mr. Geo. I. MoFslJ, of Fulfon. died la Slat plac on the night of March 24th. O. K. Rarher ahop removed oppo aile Laol4 Hotel. Call aai get nice asare, &c. The wholesale destruction of timber tegin to excite alarm io various parte ef the Stat. , The 45th snow fell Tawd'sT. There la four mora propbeaiej for thia wiarer. eod"bye, beautiful enow. All the npperrtvers are falling:. The Missouri baa bee a flooded, doing great damage, bat ia again falling. 8ome of oar farmers say. that, cot -J ton trays twice as much per atca i...

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. — 1 April 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, rWOHSHID IVXBY fllDJI BT GEORGE IVARnRir, mCKVAXy : : : : : KENTUCKY. Orrios Heiase Bailding, Clinton Street. Tkt Qldtst Hewtpaper i Wftem Ken tut hy. George Wnrrcn, Editor. Price of Subscription, 2. FRIDAY, ATHIL 1. 1881. Tbe Pope Las proclaimed a year of jubilee. The Memphis Avalaocbe pives tie good news that there is more business and less polities to the SoutL than ever before koown." Capt. J. O. Johssom, of Bentoo, was Cased dead io his room at the European Hole!, Paducah, last Sunday. Cause af death not known. Mb. C. I'. HcsriNonoN, one of tte great railroad kiogs, has contracted to complete the Paducah aod Memphis road. This insures the work. Tue ecare to Europe about diseased pork has caused a marked effect on the market. It is said the reports are all matter of speculation, gotten up to Lear the market. Hon. Tom Tcbms estimates that the proportion which Kentucky re ceives for purposes of education and internal improvements out of the sum paid by her int...

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 April 1881

THE ickm; courier; . rcousnu ivkbx r BID AT BT GEORGE WVlSltllirV, ' ' "lIltHJIAS, ET."- ' OFFICE-HEINZE BUILDING. CUNTON. STREET GEOncjK WAREEN.Eaitor, rj-ice ot Subscription, t 2 S3 SCRAPS OF SCIENCE.' A orrmin chemist has established tho valuable fact that wood mpreguated with ' paraffinc oil is preserved for n-. any years frm rut, even under circumstances most favorable to decay. A coiiREAPOMiENT of Mature gives the following natural exjeriiuents with polar ized light: Break oil' a plato of ieo and hold it between tho. sky and a ihkjI of water. . Its rejected imago will show the Iwautirul colors duo to itohiri.ed light. Tlie incident rays should eomo from a part ot tho ky about ninety degrees from tho sun, nnd rcilootion shoidd take place at tho iKilari.mg-uiigle for water, and tho plate will probably require ad justing ti bring out tho maximum ef- MtTiroran Ir. J. Gwyn Jeffreys hn i'dty yeais, drediiod, a an explorer, nil tho sens of the British Isles lie.sidcs a considerable p...

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 April 1881

rTIIE DEAD MOOT. The mnn i in atate ol decrepitude, a dead irnrlil.- I'i ftfrsjor Pmeior. k moon la d.ad dafunct plre4 out- So .wTnarerf learngd doctor; SIX" lo..Vpth well, beyond a doubt; lYrhai. he'a in a trance, dear Proctor. , .At any rate, ahe'a moat entrancing For unc ! atifb decrepit age ; ' A"l her radiant beantira glancing, fciw cbariui tu ejw of youth and saga And -o the man upon her" perished! He 11 red in doleiul laolatlml I'i.r wren-h ! No wife tils boamti rherihe, NochlMren xiuallrrl bia conaulatloti. Vet ahe'a adored by all the Oypatea, W'iom lorer. algri twneath her lieams, f he M the atejwof ataiverinK tlpsioa, And ilera oVr rowan lie atreania. And once a'le caught Kndymlon aleeplnR, And alie 'niel to kiaa him In a grove. ii him Terr alyly creepms; lid a her tiiat and early lore. I'.til'tli.l'a a Tery ancient atorT, ! And wn a Tiiiitlilul Indlacrelion, Win n he wi in ber primal I"rT, t.reaiandal acboirta had held a a&wtun. IViir. darling monn! I dote unn her, I ...

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 April 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1881. Local ' Hems. fefShort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expression of corres pondents except where we refuse togive name of author. rOK THE LEG I SLAT CHE. We are authorized to announce C. M. YACGHN as a candidate for re-election to represent the ooooties of Fulton and Ilickiaan in the Lower House of the uexl Kentucky Legislature. CHAMPION PRUNING KNIVES, J. W. CORMAN 4 COS. at Afler the 17th int. we sre promised dear, pretty spring weather. We hope old "Probs" may be correct iu this. Down South corn t up, anl the tree are in foliage, and Spring chickens are ripe. Yum I Yum 11 Bargains lest every dsy by not calling at U. M. METI1ENY S. " Farmers aro beginning to feel en oouraged about the prospects of getting farm work through in seasonable time. The quickest and surest route to uccess in business is that which ts mark ed by printer's ink. Never try any other. LOWER and LOWER. AH kinds of Gro...

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 April 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, FVBLIgHED KVT FRIDAY BT E O St I . IV A II K I? X , MCXXAX, t : : : : KiyrCCKl'. Orricr Ucinio BuiHing, Clinton Street". J he C'JiU Xitcrrfijrrin Western Kentucky. tieoisc Warren, EMitwr. I'rice of KuUwt'rl.itloii, V It 1 1) A Y, Al'UIL S. IScil. Tub United States Senate stiruh jet at i dead-lock neither side giving any sins of tackioc down. A niLl- 1 as passed the Legislature of Illinois to prohibit the sale cf deal lv weapon ta tabors, aui a good bill it is. Tub returns of Internal Revenue receipts from tobacco tliow a very lura increase in the consumption of that article ovar last year. Officers of the Kureau attribute the inere in a great measure to tie rajidly growing use of cigarettes bj boys ami your.,; mta, TilE new Cs-ir Las issued a ukase for the election of a Council, to consist of one member from each of the 22S j Jisirictn io St. Petersburg, to assist the ' cotauanJaut ia th? rertoratin cf cm j plete security. All landlords and in-1 dependent tenant...

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 April 1881

'r f 'iital "I, ' 4 , ' " . - . -wir THE "HICKMAN 'COURIER, rrBLISIIID KVUY FBIDAT BT GEORGE W-A-ltKlCIV, HICKMAN. ST. OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING. CLINTON STREET GEORGE WARKEN, Editor, Xrio ol Subscription, : : S3 FACTS FOR THE CURIOUS. Firry years ago tomatoes wore called love-apples and were considered poison- It is calculated that sixty tons of steel lare annually consumed in the manufact ure of steel jeus. One of the wonder of the Cathedral of Cologne is the ohaH'l of the three Magi, which contains the skulls of the ".three wise men of the East," set in previous stones. TiiKitie is no tide ioreoptiblo in the Mississippi river 11 ftcr 3011 have passed up about tliirt3 miles from its mouth, and tiie title 011I3 rises from one and a-hnlf to two feet ut ISalize. The Hum 1it of tributaries (the Ohio, Missouri, and so on) which help to flood the Mis sissippi and swell its volume of water, fives it that downward current which invrrt)iia fvvry resL-tiu- inllueiie, even tlu tidal. Ullcx-veo ...

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 April 1881

ridixu uon. Oh, lid yon nee him rldlnir down, -And ruling down, whiln all the town Came out to see, cam out U itne, Aod art the bells were luad with gleeT O, diil you hear thrwe bells ring- out, The lieils riug out, the people about, Ami iit'1 tuu hnar that chwt on cheer That over all the bells rang clear? And did you see 'he waving flags The fluttering flag, the tattered flag. lied, white and blue, shot thromfb and through, Baptized wit) battle's deadly dewT And did you hoar the druraa' (ray beat. The drum. Kay hea the bugles sweet. The cyuilMila' clash, th cannons' crash. That reut the sky with sound and flash T And did you see me waiting there, .lust waiting there and wsjcuiog there, ' ne little lars, amid the mass, That pressed to are the hero pass? ' And did yon sen hiu) smiling down. Ami smiling down, as riding down With slowest pare, with stately grace. He ca.ight the vision of a face My face, uplifted red and white. Turned red and white with sheer delight To meet the eyes, 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. — 15 April 1881

THE yiCKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, A PHIL 15. 1SS1 Local Items. SfS&JFhort communications on pnMSe questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondent's except where we refuse to give name of author. run rui: i.f;isi, vn re. TTe are authorize. I to announce C. M. TACOHN as a can didate. for re-e!ectiou to represent the counties of Fulton and Hickman in the Lower House of the uext Kentucky Legislature. The 621 anniversary of the OJJ Fellows accura the 2')th. CUAVl'ION rRUNING KNIVES, At J. W. CORMAN &. CO S. The Western Kentucky Press Ao eiation will meet in Hopkiusville on May 18 and Vi. John V. CowciH, ilelecate to the Grand Lodge, Knights of Honor, left Moa dav morning for Louisville. Cigar For the finest, best and eiepnt Cigars to to J. W. ROGERS . The FlickiDiQ Courier h a very interesting not ;s an 1 queries column. Enterprise Me.eenger. The wo t k o f b ijjj I i v sr , wharf, elera lor, &o , will commence just as soon aa the weather snd ...

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