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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 24 June 1881

1 J THE HICKMAN COURIER, niciiMivn KVk'uv raiDAt t Ai K O It 13 v A is n k 3V . JiCiC3JAX, : : ; : : KENTUCKY. Ofpiik Heinle I-ailling, Clinton Street. The Vldtst Xeiaryayerin Western Kentucky Uoame IVarren, Ret it or - - trlce ot" SuI'riitioii Jiow do the candidate for the Lcgisla-i lure stand on t l.c senatorial succession, Heck or anti-Deck? t?i.t a Kentucky Legislature will not lass a whipping Tort ,aw fr tl,e l""'- mcnl of petty offenders, how would it do i,. wn.'lr iifv ari-pnv convicts act v- 1 - grants on the county roads? Tuiumas writes to hi? Hox. ALl.tN O on Iron, tans, itBiing ".'I mid proffers the opinion that if the Deui- cerats behave theniselvss they every doubtful State next fa!!. ecrats behave themselvss they can carry - An luiportaut suit was filed last week, in 1'aJucah, to remove to the C:rcuit Court of the United States the case of Common- wealth vs. Jesse Kllie, col. This cane it intended to test the const itutionality the colored school tax in Kentucky A i. 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. — 15 July 1881

' THE " HICKMAN CODRIEB, . . ' rClUIBIS ITDI J KID AT BY GEORGE WARREN, nicKHiir, kt. CTFICE HEINZE BU1LDINQ, CLINTON STREET GEOHQE WAKKKN.Kdltor, J?rioe ol SubsOrlption, : s S2 OIV IIO TIE TO-DAT. My business on tbe Jury's done the quibblin' 1b all through I"Te watched the lawyers right and left, and glrcn my verdict true; 1 (tuck ao long unto my chair, I thought I would row In ; And 11 1 do not know myself, they'll get me there u'ln; But now the court' adjourned, for good, and I've got my y, I'm loose at last, and, thank the Lord, I'm going home to-day. !' aomehow felt uneasy like, since the firt day I came down ; - ,Itii an awkward gains to play the gentleman in town; V ' . And this 'ere Sunday suit of mine oft Sunday rightly sets; - But when I wear tbe stuff a week, it aoninhow galls and freU. - - . I'd rather wear my hnmc.yvun rig of pcf jht salt and gray . . i . . I'll hare it 08 in half a jiff when I get home to-day. I Bare do donht my wife looked out, as well as any - Aa wal...

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 July 1881

OUR TOCXJ FOLKS. M V FAVORITE I know she Isn't pretty. lift checks are much too pink. Hrr eree snii now re all one hnd Oi criliul India ink. ' He, hair's too uliort Mid kin, I mnnt kwp It neat ; No wonder, sinew 'tis rurelinra From giaiidpa'a docking leek Bat, ohl the' itch a comfort ! blie ocrer U too nirs . To fto and atllle in the brook. Or heJp m make mitrl pies. We dig beds In the garden, I'ick ilrawbemes on the hill, flay bird'a nt in th aweet new hay, Or In tb grain, plar mill. Ii I am sick or sorry, fche takes away the pain. And when I'm tad. and mamma scolds, f-he makes me gooi amin. I tell hereharniuiK stories. When we're in bed at nitjht; And I dou't mind the dark at all, it's 'most ss good as night. I have anoth r darling, A lieauty Kdith Urao With lovely, curling, goMeu hair, And mey, w:ixen f:icrt. But th wpn lace ami sntin; Me ran i pUy In tiie dirt ; Jior wet, nor anything, fur fnr Jlcr fin dot lies iu:iy be hurt. I I've inv Edith wuy nr, Kut, il l tell the t'riitli,...

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 July 1881

THE 1J1CKMAN COURIER. FKIDAY, : : : : : JULY 15, 1881. Local Hems. IgSborl communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where we refuse to give name of author. For City Msrnl. We are autborited to announce Joseph DoroAL as a candidate for the office of City Marshal at the ensuing August elco tion. We are authorized to announce James : O. Barnes as a candidate for the office of City Marshal at the enuing August elec tioo. rOtt THE LEUISUTCItC. We are authorised to announce Dr. Jo. R. Lvtok, of Fulton, as a candidate to represent the counties of Hickman and Fu'iton in the Lower House of the next State Legislature. We are authorised to announce C. M. VAUGHN as a candidate for re-election to represent the counties of Fulton aud Hickman id the Lower House of the next Kentucky Legislature. Farmers are complaiuiog. Ilaio is greatly ncoiK'd. GOOD GRAHAM FLOUR, Oat Meal and Cracked Wheat, at J. W. ROGERS-. : The thermo...

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 July 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, .published cvbrt raiDAt bt WARRE3T UICKXAy, : : : : : KESTUCKY. Ornc Helose Building, Clinton Street. The Oldest Xetosyuper in Wetter Kentucky. i ico rgo IVn rreii, 22d i t o r . Price of SuJwriplion, 2. Fill DAY. JULY 15, 1881 To Cobbbtt won the Democratic nom ination for the Legislature iu McCracken county. Tux Cabinet officeis scout the idea that there is any political conspiracy backing Guiteau. Tue Cotton Exposition, at Atlanta, will he vastly superior to the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition. Piatiis from sunstroke are occurring nil over the country, and Cincinnati shows a marked roll of fatalities from litis cause. Ir GiRriELD gets well, he will be dis abled from attending'to his official duties for a long time. In the meanwhile Blaine is virtually President. Jvdok Jackson, of Louisville, did not decide the Sunday law to be unconstitu tional. His decision is, in effect, that the law does not ppy to the running of railway trains on Sunday. ri3irKST Garfie...

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. — 22 July 1881

v. THE HICKMAN COURIEE, rClLISHID ITIII FBIDAT T GEOKGE WARREN, I1ICKHAX, K T. OFFICE HEINZE BUILDING. CUMTON STREET GEOHQE "WAERKN", Editor. X-rio oi Subsoriptio-a. r 3 TI1K MAX 1IRLIE. J fh D( Lawrenre Barrett sing in the play- W, I hue atxHt' yon heather hill, Wbfttlootlt' comes but rarelf. There it a hou they point out st ill. Where dwelt the man o' Atrlie. Be wore coat o' hodden PC ray, Hi band was hard wt' labor, , But still h had a namely way ' O stan-lin by hia neighbor. His burly lamb made raea rejnicn. Ilia wurtlatne ueit'htior'-guided; The little hairniea loved hia voice, And in hia atuile confided; The worda uo-dav that lft his lip Became a deed to-tnurmw ; U-Mit, nun, the friendship of bis grip Would lilt the heart o' aorrow. na' loud, he waa na proud He lacked ia larnln' aairlv. And yet ye'd pirk him frae'a crowd. The honest man o' Airlie. Bia wealth it waa na' In hia land, it waa na' in the city; A mint o honor waa In hi hand, II ? heart a mine o' pity. , 1 le'a dead ...

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. — 22 July 1881

i.: w JMCSW. - mam V A THE GREAT GERMAN REMEDY roB RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, GOUT, SORENESS or rut CHEST, k-5li!iii!yiilj!i!jiiii!i!! ill" f llfelllinm!! Ill a. !( Stfiiili i .,..(f- -u ; fl !!!!! ! W"!,!! liliir SORE THROAT, .g ijjiiiiilf CSIOSB QUINSY, C lliii!!'ii!ii!ii'4M'ij;WI'nt"-iii' SWELLINGS 1VD SPRAINS, FROSTED FEET IKS EARS, -QTXXl3Xrei AMD SCAIjSS, General Bodily Pairs. TOOTH, EAR A WD HEADACHE, ftLL OTHER PAINS ACHES. its a! itti puriiTiminlll II 9 nu r H A ASP b.' I'I'ih nl i I:.-: ilimilP'l. !Mtmi!!' ill" "Ml. ' -Mli:iili,!li!ll!W.l.:iMit I iV No Prrrauo .arth -il t. laonaa Oil aa a airs. S'trk. tllPLl ana mil p F.Ttrrnal Remdv. A trial entail but th. oomparaf ivel.v triniua-oatlar f a.nTS. an .v.rjr u aasrinc wtin pain on nv.nai toa poamv. prout or tuaiaima. dhuktuoss BLTTBM La56l'ACS. SBll IT All DtUQBISTS AND BEAIERS III MEDICINE. A. VOGELER & CO. . fSnltimorr. Md.. V. S. A. Card Collectors let. Buy seven bars DOBBINS' ELECTRIC SOAP of...

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. — 22 July 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : : : : : JULY 22, 1881. Local Hems. St3..Short communications on publio questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where wo refuse to give name of author. For City Sfamhial. We are autborlied to announce Joseph 1ocol s a candidate for the office ol City Marshal at the ensuing August eleo tion. We are authorized to announce James O. Barnes as a candidate for the office of City Alamhal at the ensuing August elec tion. FOR TIKE LEGISLATl'HC. We are authorized to announce Da. Jo. R. Lutox, of Fulton, as a candidate to represent the counties of Hickman' and Fulton in the Lower Ilouse of the next State Legislature. We are authorized to announce C. M. VAUGHN as a candidate for re-election (o represent the counties of Fulton and Hiekman ia the Lower House of the uext Kentucky Legislature. GOOD GRAIIAM FLOUR. Oat Meal and Cracked Wheat, at J. W. ROGERS'. . Watermelons, of home growth, made their appearance in th...

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. — 22 July 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, ri'BLiellKD IvmT rltAT BT u v. o ii a k iv a 11 u i: ar , niCKStAtf, : j . . KESTUCKY. Orric Heinle BuiUing, Clinton Street. Ik ,OUttt Stvtpaprrin Wtttern Kentucky. fJcorge Warren, Killlor. Price of Subscript Ion, $2. FRIDAY, : JULY 22. 1881 M. j. T. Elmosc ws, lait Monday, nominated hy the Deraacracy of Grts county, for Ibe Legislature. Bs sure and not forget to oe for the calling of ft Constitutional Contention, flection 1st Monday in August. raJiDlT Gabfikld is roaouncel be yond the "danger line" by the doctors, and on the high-road to getting well. The Half-breeds hae elected one Miller to succeed Plait la the U. S. Senate. They will probably elect ft successor to Conk ling in ft day or two. CiTizixs of Lyon county, in addition to the reward offered by the Governor of Kentucky, offer $500 for the apprehension cf one A. B. Lewis, charged with killing Edward Riley, U Lyon county, last July. Will the IIickmam Cocbicr define what idea it wishes to convey in 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. — 29 July 1881

THE . jnCKHAN OodMe; ' rciuiiu lyui niur it , GEORGE WARHEIV, UICKMA9T, K X. OPTICE HEINZS BUILDINO. CLINTON STREET 1 GKOndB WARREN, Editor. Frlce ot Subscription, i 3 TIIE UTG OF LO(l AUIW Bf ELLA "IIIEII. "When the nichta wcro long, and the earth was cum Wred With drill on drift of enld. while mow, Ith a ihnuxnnd heauiiliil things that alumliered. TUere, alept the love 01 Ling au; , ( The xtituuier ways nt uiy heart li.maVe 0, It lay In a silent and rutin irw - la a jlfrp that seemingly knew no waking With leaf auj 1Ijkkui ami tree and rose. Put now, when the wanton earth is harping To the itn warm aim with throbbing breast. Ami the stinmeh-ft skies sruiie en, uncaring. The ol'i love sura whh a vaixue unrest. In the du( motile when the rain la falling ijmerly over vale aud hill, heiirri it's low vl-e milling railing Ami my heart rescinds with a nmuelesa t'nrilU Th ire, and the Know, and the sleet departed And ltit the lilfia.Kims t wake and i;iiw tut MronKext and let of the genua ...

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. — 29 July 1881

OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE BIRD THAT WOrMMTT SISO. A little bird upon M nert. In pretty plumage gayly drear. Made up hi Bind, oua summer aT, H would not win his rouDdelar, Ob, he wu such bur thlDgl II couldn't aingt Ho wouldn't stut;. While othar bird around him ating, He Ml aluft, and held bii tougue. His little taste, so trim and neat, Klew off an4 brouKhrbiiu tood to eat, Whlrh inn tbe other bird declare tie should not hie hi htll of faro, t-'aratnc be was a lazy thing Who cnnl'tu't slim. And wouldn't sing. They wouldn't tay and see hint jhlrk, Ana let another do bia work. They twitted him; they flouted him And thn at last they routed him. And chswd In in all alonK the sky, Cnl he'd hardly ttrenih to fir. And then the naughty little thing Who couldn't iOR, And wouldn't sing. Trilled forlti, likean oliedient WH, The sweetest song you erer heard. Ho lmd and long the clarion note, tie ery nearly cracked his thront; Kor, since he had been forced to sing, He meant tnoTeriitt the IhlttK: Ott...

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. — 29 July 1881

THE tjlCKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, : : : : : JULY.. 29. 1881. Local Hems. t3uShort coromtmloatlous oo public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondentsexcept where wt refuse to give name of author. For City MarMtial. We are authorized to announce Joseph rorou as a candidate for the office ot Ciiy Marshal at the ensuing August eleo lion. We are suthorited lo announce James O. Barnes as a candidate for the office of City Marshal at the ensuing August elec tion. 1'OB THE LEUISLATl'BC We are authorized .to announce Da. Jo. R. Li'ton, of Fulton, as a candidate to represent the counties of Hickman and Fulton in the Lower House of the next State Legislature. We are authorized to announce C. M. VAUGHN as a candidate for re-election to represent the counties of Fulton and Hickman in the Lower House of the I'ext Kentucky Legislature. Typhoid fever is prevalent at Paducah. GOOD GRAHAM FLOOR, Oat Meat and Cracked Wheat, at J. W. ROGERS'. New slept are to 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. — 29 July 1881

THE HICKMAN eouR!ERir?Arr., jit - JJKX I PVBLISrlED IVT PSIUVT MC&.VA.V, : : : . : KXXfCCh'r. Ojcice Ilelme Building, Clinton Street. 7A Ollttt Seia'payerin H'rftern Kentucky. iaeortse Warren , KI i tor. I'rlee of Subscription 62. back set last I'RtSIUKST GiRFIKI-D got Saturday, but is again on the 'g'4 ro,J im recover. . . - . . Wk notice lhat evral couuus in lh .. . !.;,,, !,, aocie- Maie ar oiiinuii"s '& ties. How noes ice iuc iuprc iu pie of this county? Thx recent Ohio Democratic State con vention presented a ticket and a platform which it is believed will be able to cany the Slate electiou next October. Jt'sitcK Ciiirinsu, of the United States ; giving;, prayer, &c, because of tbe Supreme Court, died, at his horue nj tempted assassiuation of PresiJtnt ar Maine, Monday. He was the last Judge j field?" on the ground that th politic! appointed by ft Democratic President. , head of a State bas no right to interfere At th Stale election, the first Monday In AuguJlh prep...

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. — 5 August 1881

w THE HIOKMAH COURIER, TCBU8HED XT KMT FKIDAT BT GEOBGE .W-A.RK.I2IV, HICKMAN, KT. OFFICE-HEINZI IUILDINQ. CUNTOM STREET GEORGE WARREJi, Editor. PrIo of 8ubtoriptlon, i t 08 --- -- t r ' ' f . " T:EKMS-MUinEl ITEUDCRrMT.I MOHTW TH rilWT." 1 m rushing Tenderfoot, I'm laying for a claim. Can any o( you rnaUen put A fallow oa the him T I ain't a hty, t don't want much A thousand to the too, or aurn. . ' f . . MOJTH TH SKCOHD. I am a pwwwful Tendrrfuot, -I'm lnokltiK for a chance ' To Join aunte fortunate galoai ' ' Ttiat'a Mrurk a ctrrumatanre. .' I ain't a borf. 1 dixi't want murh A hundred tw the too, or euco. KOXTH TUB THIRD. I am a atruKgllnii Tenderfoot, 1 in tinntiiHt lor sume pard Tniu' not tlie downright moral root.- To pin t gmb ainke card. latn'taWy, I don't want much A burro, can of beans, or such, MOXTH TBI TOCTH. : I am a weary Tenderfoot, I want ome.Ivwtern bunt Within bit hand hi band to put And aweetiy uurmnr home." : in't a hog. don't went much-- , ' emi'lf ViMi.ih. I'...

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. — 5 August 1881

THB GREAT GERMAN REMEDY roa RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, 1 !t jUl .tj.Mim'tilNHhiMiri u K. -.(I1 SORENESS or TBS CHEST, SORETHROAT, QUINSY, SWELLINGS SPRAINS, FROSTED FEET EARS, AND 8jOA.ZiDS, General Bodily Pains, TOOTH, EAR AMD HEADACHE, ALL OTHEi PAINS ACHES. l!!!v'!!!S:;!i:!!p ill ..v;!.,i!i'i!!,lii;.,iiJ3ii,i!,iii 1 iii!.4 m an m m mf I K Trap ration oa earth equals Sr. Jacobs Oil m a airs, ai'Ki:. sixrLC aud rnCAP F.aternal Reroe-ir. A trial retails fc.it ilia .'ioirara(iiruly tririin r.utlay tif .tilCaars. and every uuo Htilleriu with palncaa have cheap aud positive f ruvf of Its tjuaa. DIRECTION 1.1 ELKVI. LaJKH'AOES. SOU ET All 0HUQ31STS AN3 CUIUS IN MEDICINE. A. VOGELER & CO. JXaltimorr, Hid., V.SI.JL Survival of the Fittest. l FAMIIT MF.DICIXR THAT II AS EEALEB . . MILLIONS DIKING 35 TEARS t V BALM FOR EVEUV WOl'ND OF MAN AXD llEASTl THEOLDEST&BEST LINIMENTS EVER MADE IX AMERICA. SALES LARGER THAN EVER. Tho Moxionn Mustang Liniment has hocn ...

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. — 5 August 1881

nnneMMwMaaKia3rinuu.u jjju -j a aaas rmm - THE 1J1CKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, AUO. 5 1881. Local Hems. g3u,Sbort communications oa public question printed but not responsible for sentiment or espreselons of correspondents-except thin wo refuse to give name of author. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. We are authoriied tonnnaunoa Marshal A. McDasiii, as t candidate for Clerk of the Polloa Coooty Court, at the ensuing Assail etoelion. Dick Tate, wan, of coarse, re-elected Btete Treaiarer. Fulton gives him 711. A Mr. Browa was elected coroner of this connty, Monday. COOD GRAHAM FLOUR, Oat Meal and Cracked Wheat, at J. W. ROGERS'. The new comet labeled "C" will be visible in tbe weat to the naked eye on and after August 10th, ao the astronotr.ere tell ua. Mr. B. If. Freeman, attorney at law, Fultoa, ie to leave that city, and will practice hi profeasion at Parie, Tenn., ay the Ful Ionian. Thos. R McMahao was re-elected constable of this District, Monday. He lead Dick Tate, the moat popular man ia Kent...

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. — 5 August 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER, . rt'Bustffn f v r n t rmnv by a 1: o it k iv a it it i: x HICK MAS, : : : : KF.TCCT. Orrtrir -Hcinie Duildinp. Clinton Street eJJeorfe Warren, Ktlltor. Price of Subscript! Ion. 2. j FRIDAY. AUG 5. 1881 A StHrlllns Invr Mneil. It is reported in the pipers that a New j Vnrk syndicate of capitalists, with James Keene, the great grain speculator, at its head, are negotiating for the purchase of all the steamboats, packet lines, barge line, elevators, c, on fha Mississippi river. The Memphis Jt St. Louis Packet! Company asks only $'J,otA 0' tor its m terest.. and it is Mid that this has been contemplate- ""f"' r .1 Tk n.ovamant the purchase ot tne unto river pacaeis also, and In fact on all the principal rivers ; provision of the existing Conit'tu lion can of the West. Some say that Joy Gould is j "of 1,0 overcome in the way aarked oat by at th. bottom of it; but others assert that ! wbr cour8 ould er respected ' ; contemporary advice? fCotiagt00 Com- it it a gigmri...

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. — 19 August 1881

S9 M'mwm courier:! rCBUSHKD ST KIT 7KIDAT BT GEORGE WARREN, r iuckhik, kt. . ;' 1 OFFICE -HEIN2E BUILD1N0, CUXTON STREET GEORGE -WARIlKN-.Editor aPrle of SuoaortpUbn, Tha farmer nl in hit chair ' Between, the tire anal tha- lamplikrbt'a g(aa; Hi face wma rudily and full and fair. His thma ainail bTi to ataarehlmwj nook Conned the lines of a picture book; His 1f, the prida of hie home and heart, Baked the blsruit and wade tba l art, I .and the tatile and steeped the tnt, . -, IWllr, swiltly, slleoUy? . ' ; Tired and weary and w'rak and faint, frihe born her trials without cumplaint. Like many another household saint on tent, all elfish bliss almva. , In (be tient ministry of lore. " At last, between the cl clouds of lonoke ..Xnat ' reathed his lip, the huabaud -spoke: "There's taxes to raise, an' InCrest to pay And ef there should come a riny lay, ' T would be mifhty haodr, I'm txuna t aay. T' have suinpthin' put by. Kor folk must die. An' there's funeral bills, and Kravettms 10 bay ...

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. — 19 August 1881

THAT DAT. - BY ITA A. H. BABSES. Tb day wu one ol those sweet, rmie rht only come with June, , When hearts breathe forth lnstlnctl-re praise And pulaes are in tune ; .And o'er the h'U and o'er the le Mr own true lover came to me ' . That day. - . fc - I know that skies were never so blue, ' Or flowers e're hall so sweet. And ne'er road so smoothly white Did lie 'neath trees that bend to greet, As where we met, my lorer and I, Met once In spite ol our destiry That day. Twas but a glimpse of the " might bare been.1 A claap of hands o'er yi-ars, .A oriel fureettiut ol worldly din, A precedent of tears ; And life with iis ceaw-less ebb and flow Closed o'er two Urea, their weal and woe, That day Yet 'twill stand forth on memory's green, Marked with a snow-white stone ; 'Twill come to meet in the land nnseen, Wnen each shall claim his own, And we can wait, my lore and I, Holding In trust Iroiu memory That day. DIED OF A DKOKKX HEART. A Story Which Mar he Read With Profit hr farrsla- J-hii...

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. — 19 August 1881

THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : : : : : ADO. 19, 1881. Local Hems. Ihort communications on public questions printed but not responsible far sentiments or expressions, of corres pondents except where we refuse to give name of author. FOR COUXTY COURT CLERK. We re author! ted to announce M tBsn.tx. A. McDasiel, as a, candidate for Clerk of the Fulton County Court, at the ensuing August election. Oh, the druuth ! The farmers talk of nothing but the drouth. IF 70a want any kind of tinware, go to J. V7. BOOERS. if. The ladies aro Ulkiog of nothing but the dust. The merehant and traders are talk log of nothing bat tk drouth. Powell Si Bro. hare commence the erection ef their new gin house. A. M. BROWN A CO., make a specialty of Cigars, Tobaccos and Snuff, tf WX. McC'ufcheo -has let the contract for building- s neat residence in West Kickaan. The court house hill steps hae been completed, and the cititens residing on the hill are happy. Mr Mollis Etherise, wife of Dr Thos. Edward, of lresde...

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