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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 19 May 1882

HI .ir. 1 ifi u IS&aS11! biggest stock, tlic l bcst stock, at .V Now is the time to get your bargains. I am determined" to keep the lead in first class, goods, and at prices the cheapest stock. Lurse reductions iii prices of all kinds of goods. , -- il - J 1 1 11 T T . that will satisfy all that they can buy the very best goods at the very lowest prices. All goods warranted as represented, and no mistake, .tan and examine. tr " J:". -rot ; : i t j : evil ;.";THE HICKMAN COURIER pODLl?HED IVTBY CJK6itK yr HICKMAN,' : : : : : rmiiAT bv A ii n k ar KENTUCKY. Orrica ndr.l Building, Clinton Street Fill DAY. MAY. 19 I8S2 1 . AJompare our gooos and prices. We guar raijtcc satisfaction. Tlaut Bu(Vs & Co. ALL SOHTS. : Whisky cannot be distilled from a wry Lvsv Tim man who drawn at tliia season He at the stxla fouutAiu. -. j Bib Gareitt "VYolselet rode SiOauileA in tl.n-e days in txmtli Africa. Tub nit ruwt raid aluva on thid dirty planet La tho slave of habit. - Oblige iwmt1 to pnr n...

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. — 26 May 1882

IB HICKMAN COURIER, rUIUIBD ITUI FKIDAT BT GEORGE WAHREIV, HltKHAR, M.T., OFFICE MEIN28 BUILOINS. CUrON STREET GZOROB "WAKBKN.KdUop, Price of Sub.ortptlon, i 3 TI1E WOBKSHOP. A bait rated solution of - sulphate of copper in water is recommended as the cheapest and hist thing for writing on zina 1 ubeJs. The writing should be done either with a hard wood stile or with a blunt quill pen. Di Fosse, of raris, has introduced a paper covering fox furniture. It is mode in imitation of Cordova leather, and is said to be so effective in its pur- poses as .to promise competition with textile fabrics for upholstery work. It is stated that in Mexico wooden railway' ties cost about $1.50 apiece, and that some of them laid on the Mexican National Railroad lost May are now decayed and unsafe. It is said that it has Leon found cheaper to order iron ties, worth $3 each, from England than to use wooden ones. 4 Mixeral-tanxed leather is impervious to water and is said to be much more durable than leat...

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. — 26 May 1882

GOSSIP FOR THE LADIES. Finally Found tbe night Girl. "When I un big I will marry Kitty;" " But Kitty whipped me and ran awayy And, whila I wept for myself, in pity, I made up my mind I would marry May. Tot May waa gentle and May waa tender, Yet lightly aha put my offer by ; "I'm engam-d to Georgia Bender Perhaps I'll take you if lie should die, By-and-by I met Jennie B'.atcbell Jon me waa thirteen and I waa ten 1 used to carry ber bock and sachet. And made tip my miud to marry Jen. But Jtmny, her reign waa quickly over. And Kate, my cousin, became my fate ; I aid : "I'll propose, like a brave, true lover, A soon aa ever I graduate." Alta t when I took out my clean diploma, ' The darling girl waa about to start On ber wedding trip with young 'W ill I Roma, - And no one kuew of my broken heart J At ene-and-twenty again love found me. But the angel face and the meek blue eyes, . And tbe tkreads of tbe gulden hair that loved me, Wto'. fading back into paradiae! Hark ! Into the houae Lu,...

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. — 26 May 1882

i iai in i mi i i .... - t t , I i 4 I. it i x -. I mf J : 1 . II ! n in; '1 r Local Items, Presldeat Artbur plays tba banjo. Th. patter, of McCr.ck.n coao.y eost21J cants saA a May. Kentucky frorfttces eighty percent, of all the hemp grown in the United States. Mr. Fsgao, postmaster at Fulton, Ky., was iiicaman, mursuay ana Friday. Mra. II. D Murphv. of FoUoo; and Mis.. Bailie Shaw, of Bryan, Texas, are vmng jira. it. T. Tyler. b.. iv, itraosford, is tisiliot; Itickmao. He has been attending the sion of the General Conference in Nathrille. Mrs. Kata Viocon, Dea Dixoo, was was sent to tha asylum at Anchorage, from tin count v, thin week. till tnkln store. Oil cooking stoves now on exhibition at J. W. CORMAS it CO. toe mar commenced falling- at Hickman Tuesday night,' and has been ra. ceding slowly since. The bottom farmers are again ..fling hoiwful. The Louisville Pott, has come out in an editorial, declining to aupjiort Capt. Heiiry, lor Clark of the Court of Ai.ix.-uls. Tha Boot's...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 26 May 1882

eaaaawaveBaaaMwaYaeBaaB IW "GEEAT ATTRACTIONS at the cheapest stock. that will satisfy all THE HICKMAN COURIER H'BLIUKD KVrBT FBIDAT BY O K O It K W A II IS K J HICKMAN, : : t : t KENTUCKY. OrricK TIelnxe Building. Clinton Street FRIDAY. MAY. 2fi 1SS2 Compare our goods and prices. Weguar rantee satisfaction. rLAUTlSno'S & Co. Jo Blackburn ha formerly announced himself as a candidate fur Congress in Lis old district, in the Yeoman. Pnrtiee in California have contracted to k liver VttO tons of wheat in New Orleans by rail. The tirst iiutalliiieiit of thirty cur ItfanJ over the Texa I'uciticon the 15th. There is a stronj probability that the Democrats will elrcl twelve of the twen ty one Congressmen in Ohio. This it owing, in some decree, to the Pond Mil, but mora to the good men to be Dominated by the Democracy. Hon. John W. Caldwell derlinee to make the rare for Congress in the Third Via trie iinivna Lis nomination is a party ne cessity. In hie card declining to make the race 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. — 2 June 1882

v -- ' 4 . 1 V i I M -or. " is '- ' 2 ft v I; Tffl HICKMAN COURIER, rtJBUSMKS nui FKIDAT II GEORGE WARREN, . , RICK HAM, KT. oFFice-RsiNzi iuiuhno. ouaroa $tket eZORGH WABBZK.Edltor, Prlc ol 8ubortptloi 8 sjf.vex Tinr. aix. To hear, to nun, to rear. To watch and then to lose; To see my bright ones disappear i I'rssn up like morning dews. To N-ar. to nurse, to rear. To watch and then to lose; This hare I done when God drew aw Among his own to choose. To hear, to heed, to wed, And with thy lord depart -In tears that he, as soon as shed, Will let no longer smart. To hear, to heed, to wed. This while thuu didtt I smiled. For now it was not liod who said: "Mother, gie me thy child." O fond, O fool, and Mind. To trod I gave with tears; But when a man like grace would find, Mt sool put ut her fears O fotul, O l.x.l, and blind. trod guard In happier spheres; That man will gtianl where he did bind I hope or unknown years. "To hi ar, to heed, to wed, Fair tot that maidens choose; Thr mother 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. — 2 June 1882

ON GOSSIP FOR THE LADIES. Sweet te the SweeU M "weef to the iet," hs serf Uy Mid, An bending o'er her lovely head. He proffered hers flower. u And may I dare to hope with this You'll give me Jtwt one little kiss la memory of the hour I" " Tq Uiiok twouM be fJr eichamreT" Beirt ahe. " How bcrandleaa la the rang Of man's uncurbed conceit I And If I do aa yon propoes In barter for this lovely rose, I d give 'saeets to the sweet?'" M I meant not that," quite growing red, I only meant Just what 1 eatrl. And not the thing you make It." Ueg pardon, then, nut still," ahe quoth, " I muet not giro it. though you're wroth. But, may be, you can take Ik" . The Despondent Girl. A rather singular marriage occurred in this village a short time ago, and one, too, m hich promises to be a happy one, notwithstanding the fact that it was not even dreamed of by the parties interested an hour before it occurred. A young gentleman met a youug lady of his ac quaintance, who is employed in one of the. hat sh...

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. — 2 June 1882

Local Items. The election for school -trustee oc cur Saturday. '' - ,Peaefces are selling in the St. Louis Zut.rl.tt for 5 ceati a piece. 1 dan. Buford'a book on horse racing is ! having a . wondarful sale. Dr. E? ans Leeslia, sob of ex-Governor Leslie died ia Kew York reoeatl. MtseJLiztia Boodurao', is visiting 'ner friend, Mrt. Fannie. Shepherd. " ' Joshua F. Speed, Lincoln's Postmaster General, ditd, in Louisville, Monday. The 1st bifth water drowned out a great deal of oorn in the low landa, Mr, Kaatwood. the talented editor of ' - tbe Lake Star, waa visiting Hickman, yesterday. Nearly tbe entire fre.it crop in tbe Iroats. The comet nova in eight last week. It ie making a good race, and by tbe August ' . elcetion will make things warm. Miss Ada Buckner, of Charleston Mo., It visiting her aister, Mrs. Henry Judge. Mia Umia Wliit. baa rulnranil from Newborn after an extended visit te relatives. In Tannestea tbe wheat yield will be fifty per cant, a bo to tbe usual aver age. The wo...

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. — 2 June 1882

-GIREAT ATTRACTIONS at -'Ili SWSSI AS' SHtc bi?Scst stock, the -'best '-stock, tlic cheapest stock. Large reductions in prices of all kinds of goods. Now is the time to get your bargains. I am determined tc keep the lead in first elass.goods, and at prices that will satisfy all that they can buy the very best goods at the very lowest prices. All goods warranted as represented, and no nistake. Call and examine. THE HICKMAN COURIER PUBLISUKD KVIRI FBIItAY BT a IZ OJt E W A It It K IV HICK MAP, : : . .-KENTUCKY. OrricK Tleint Building, Clinton Street. FRIDAY.: JUNE. 2, 1882 RETURNED FROM HEAVEN. TIIK RRM4RK4lll.Rr4SE II A I 11 10 Haiti, OF IIOSTO.1. OF A(ir I)3lie Six Rrcnreri, II s lug liter ASauitaiiceaj ol fleHllli llerfli ! In lleuvrn DpmIIi rotlovrrd. Sperial to the Commercial. - Boston, May '2$ A strange story it - juat reported from East Dosion. Recent ly there died at the residence of a Airs. R. Lovjoy, No. 107 Webster street, Haiti G. Craig, about twenty-four years old. ler de...

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. — 9 June 1882

'J tarn 7 . 7 t 0 f THE EIGKMAN GODMEB, ruxuiaxs itht feibat bt . GKOKGE VARREX, BICKHAI, IT. OFFICE HEiNZt IUIUHNO. CLMTON STREET GJCOKOE "WURMEN'. Editor, Prlo 1 SubaoripUoa, t 82 LOfiFELLOWt POETICAL APHO- ItaS.TIS. , . HOR1T. Wbiennto la mowj good? Who hu It not want hardihood, Who haa It ha much trouble and ear, Win once haa had It haa deanair. TBI BF.T MKDXCTHE. Joy and ten.perance and repoa - Clam Mia door oa the doctor'a noa. si. Man-like 1 it to fall Into nin, nnil- ikf ik it to dwell therein, dri.t-hke t it for ain to grieve, Ood-like ia it all vin to leave. ' BFT1UBUTTOW. Though the miua ni tind Rrind alowly. Vat they grind exceeding' ainall; Tbntiilh wiia patience He atauda waiting, With eurtiieaa grinda He all. ktbtt At iLTVimin. A blind man ia a poor man, and Mind a poor man ia, T or the former teeth no man, and the iauar bo man lira. i.iw or lif. I.lva I, ao Uva I, To my Lord hrarti'T, To my Priace faithfully. To my neighbor honestly, Pie I, ao die I. caxxM. . - x. . ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 June 1882

': ) V; I- " . ICM1I GODIUEE, rausjuna ntii raikaT gcokge rvixrtK. HICKM AX. KT. rrc$ suxn uxssic cuarc ctseet C-IOROE "VAlUUSaT, Editor, rl io ot SnbMripUoa, t I 2 Mt(.ru.i4n jrocric.4.1. apho- ""hrruxiV la moor? fond? V laaa it airt want hardihood, k tna it baa amies tmul and V W caoa Lm il tkM Atmgmlt. rum rr wtLzvmtK 3-r and i"ar ai. d rrpoaa t-.an dnuc ob ts doctor DOafk a-i-i W to tcto fin, FVtWKl- . t rttn it l tberrta. " t it-h- m it for n to gnaw, U.-i tt m a aj ata to leare. (--i.i U a., .i. nt Hod rnoj alowly, :u raarcicaa arm it Ha aX t 4 un a r w inaa. and biiBii poor au is, t -i la i'n wvtta no mw, and ttx lauar bo man t- . 1-4 w r? i,i rm. I !va 1. ao teva I, To- si) Lnrd b.-ti. To m iTiarw faithiiTy, Iie 1. ao die L , T r.-n T C:..;-.i--i;i-, :i .--" i tHnt bud ' r uri;i hra ll ..irr; irtit M.U Uia l.4lbt la, hr . Cfir-.ptuu :ty may be. rm toiuu iuit. "" u."rrn and Uw Luixian heart ara driraa aver i-mnii ; tl ha otbluff rlaa to frlnd, they maat tharo t am be (T'Oiu.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. — 9 June 1882

GOSSIP FOB TIIE LADIES. All About Ethel. Thia dear Mttle Etba!, a dreamer i aha. And eweet are her fancies aa aephyra of morn That rlpp'e In (ummeir time over the na. Or tangle thenieelvee In the taaeela of corn. Ebe knowa what the fairies are talking about When tiptoe they poise on the rim of a flower ; The enow-birda brfore her trip fearleealy out, And goasip away In the cold by the hour. Vo poor lltt'e kitten oomit me win a In vaia To rt'y'ng Kthel for ahelter and food. She Air from hrr prettiest castle In Spain To play with the baby, who will not be good. Bbe lives in a beautiful world of her own. And yet I have heard, and I'm aure it la true. Tin dear little dreamer baa never been known To tlunk of herself much ; 'tia alwaya of yon. And thit'a why we love her, and not for the gold Of hrr loose waving hair nor the blue of her eye, Thoiith the oue la more prerimia thrn jewel untold tud the other waa borrowed right out of the akiea. And oft aa ahe travela in Nohody'a TJind A wide,...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 June 1882

GOSSIP FOIt THE LADIES. All Akot Elbcl. This dear Httle rtbal, a reamer if aha, Acd sweet are bar ancles as sephyrs of morn Tlai nrP e in summer time over the sea. Or lug themselves In tbe limii of com. 6le knows what the fairies are talking about When tiptoe they poise on the rim of s flower ; Tbe snow-Dinls before her trip fearlessly out, And gossip a waj In the cold by the hour. 2(o poor lltt'e kitten eomea mewinff in Tain To pitying Ethel for shelter and rood. Bhe flis from her prettiest castle In Spain To play with the baby, who will not be good. She lives in beautiful world of her own. And yet I have heard, and I'm sure it is true, This Arr little dreamer has never been known To think of herself much ; 'tis always of yoo. And thifs why we love her, and not for the gold Of her loose waving hair nor the blue of her eyes. Though the one la more prerimia than jewels nntold And the other was borrowed right out of the skies. And oft as she travels in Nobody's Land A wide, sunny coun...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 June 1882

r.1 i. .-. 1 - ' 1 1- , V. 2 Local Jlems. T Coluc-.n"- is arranging to celebrate the 4th cf July. Mr. and Mr?, 7t. A. Tyler ar? v'ui i'-ng iu Nashville tine week. ': Ba!!c IJis-ct. of g.. Louis, Mo.. ia vitdiihg relatives ir. Hij'tman. ' Yhcrt b.ryert Ii'S cmnai.BtC'l rod the . Jtell p-.SP3 to re larper than for yorM. W.. F- . or Miinn. - . ... . ,. , S" ";Ckni; 1 ;Tf M'.i.i .''"rtili, f Ti sa'.'S'ti , ' '.we vi-niuj Mr. tolm' i.uiily. The Stlmlay School :9nentton of I m..i. in IT..I ri t Fri. ! - dir, Jane -3rd. Hcuif hu i entering a lic ioom t rpaiu. ani expects to be the Chicago of '. SoulU. Mis. clicc, f Co'cr - '.o. "a vtFlt'rs rI..iiT.-- in 11,1s c.U- i. nr Leal. h is greatly ii.. proved. ' tending school in Cairo, 111., relur isd lu.roe, Saturday lat. Miss WilUams. of Vi; vho link Veen viaii i n th- . Ar her Ohio h ue, !ot:.l '3. la 1ft t. Ve.nor f:T1 we svre t -frs'-l in - June, an 1 we have came vr;, clos. to . lradv. .Tno. ,". Vfinttc. Ate Tli .i.-pn and Jo.ln !.- 1 Is, ar...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 June 1882

v s ... vi..- 5 i t S i K. 1. 1 Local Jlems. ' wr- ft i Colarj- is arranging to celebrate ths 4th of July. Mr. and Mr?, 7i f( .i .ir. anu tir.- ti. a. i yier ar 2 vui ' aT 1 -nr.. i . . 10 Nashville litis week. '.?tt: Belle Basket, of Si. Louis, Mo., , ' ,, Is vitliihi? t-elati vra Ir. HiaVrnau. , -! Wheel b-irYs-l Lr-S commiXS-Jed nnd tbe ', J'5' p-''ses lo he tarter than for years. Vr.. F-- z, ttxrcltaot of Milan, . ir iTnn., vrat i. ,H;ckm:: , tb's w-eli. tw ri-itinz Mr." lijlm,." ftnily. The Stloday School contention of Obion county rafU ia Uuijn. Cl ty, FrU dir, Jane 23 r J. r Memphis is entering a lip boom rp'ilu. nnl aspects to be the CLicajo of tv; South. . 's . : Mrs B-.n V.i "cbec, of Co'c r.o. ;s ; viHtlrg r.tiiTrt m litis ctU. i '. , ,Lal.h is greatly iuiprove.l, y. IUr i . Miss. Loq 1'owtH. who brs tending school. ir Cairoj lll., borne, Saturday lat. '" ,'- lsrn relurjd ' A ., ' Mfss Williams, of iirra, 0'ii.l ,.a for ber Ohio boae, Moeai;--lint. " Termor sry we are ta ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 June 1882

ESS 3 Fr ivx 9 Hi 11 XI -' -c fcrfTt.v,rv .J bi-c;cs stock, tike' best stock, IUj, Li. TV- 5i. ar;w. r.Vi'i. '..''tj-i-t"'Ls t?! 1 . a s i 1 .1 ... A -m -4- -w t rv the cheapest slock. Largo redactions in prices of all kinds of goods. Now is the time to get your bargains. I am determined lo Keep ilsc Icr.d in nrst mss ouu, uu ..i r. i. 4i,.a ,-i:At Ai lniv lio vni'v hot onmls nt. fin vprv.lnwrKt m.;,.nj All oo(5; wiirmnlofl roiM'Psoni-pfl. mil li o mistake. Call and examine. Lllv4i lit .o-tioi v ti-i tlU'L lilt uiu fcv ' --v... j.,-.-. --" " iitt r? " ' I .-. ijiuinm VAX .9 A yyl 5P S -gii 4 i . o THEH&AKCOURiER riTLin. ti Evcr-r ip.tiat t.y G 21 O n S3 Vtf A 22 It K X Fi:iOAV.: JUN!;. I) iSS: T:i:n-; 6 .1 r:!vfiLrul M put p Cin. Oi Ule to? Go vorr.or ct IVn uyl v 'iU. . , v.. .1 . t ha .1mh'.:1 If j !ese will te. lie "i.iy ' ? i?' l?ui ret. h: Tiik nf.tiiy (cnTonli-.n nf tlili Su periur l isuiot ti.et-t on tlie'iiih iii.t. to rtlect .'.-lojatc to a iJisiroCt Contention to he he...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 9 June 1882

r" x. . : V Ler ft 1 V H32. T. --V i - M f?JJ 1!: -st C-' H Slki U ii-M t-. '.. t - -1 3 stock the -best stock, EFV ETA 6JfT? trisrKi M W I ... the cheapest stock. that Vrill:satisiy all THE HICKMAN COURIER I'l'tlisn- D KVE7T IJJCKX'AJ, : : : ' : ie;rAT r.x A 21 It K X Kentucky. Omen Ileln:e Enild-n;:, Clinton Street Fill DAY. J UXK. 9 1SS2. Tuec" U a ronveiiicul -! pot up Gen. infield S. ll:-ieoofc ,'na :.io..rniic can- didste for Governor ct rcuu-ylv.iii. If i lie is 1 it op. elected .& bo dmi'.lless will le, he may ? lo'H?u ret. Tub r.nttiy . (ctiToul ;..n rerior l riot c. -set on On of ihij Sa felcl .'.emirate to ft Diirjct ConTcnlion j la .e hU at HfpVinsTiMe. The hnsi of ' rrpresrntatign i cue ilrlepale for each LOO Totts cast far LlacUburn. ' -.- ti I'onl. N'cw Vorx, Ji.:ie 'i. John I). Prum!y, p-ti-.i ir r airiy n vo year, r tie"' ; JtiO poiintis, r.i.J wlio w.t inrrie l irti:; , . , . . . .t. i TL'K l I .1. :i L.C'l ir I l - ; crow l. i! mm', ,.-. r- viiU :in.i ie 9' it...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 June 1882

r 4 1 , A' ' V- "1 ,1. :S v. f i . 4 I r ,. i- mm THE HICKMAN COM rnuuu btzxt iDAr bt GlilORGE WARREN, ' HICKM1X, KW. Hi OFFICE-HEINZI lUILDINO. CUM TOM STREET GIOROa WABBSar.Edltor, Prloe ot Sabatox-lptlom. t i $2 . ArROMTIIETBECT. j When rtawa was lighting the roar heavens, At four Mi wumnier, in winter ven, Kre I'hicbus cloved,.. Or yet the city had turned iu ita tail. r. - . There by tbe window, with iieedle. and thread. She kJfcan sewed. AnJ, aa th- hnnj m bnittly filed ' f A baby boy jnnj eil noi I hj ttrr id , The whole itar long; And sad ant awrot in tlip evening inild . WTt h-rd ttra wicvK o motber nd child , la gentle noiig. 'Mid toil and trontilp, and dire dedpalr, ' The rhild'a kiuiIh mltml thf nioth-' ctra ( . Thru' dreary yeuri;. -' . V'r th lltllf one had his father's faru I Tbvfd.xt away tr n hpr4Bd rm brace j - ; "WliS burning teara. But therf cani a day whrn theonijwasVtill I AnJ the neelle i toluol at tbe wimiow-sUl,. f Kor the babe wxi liw And thrre amft a day wh...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 June 1882

,, ...... .. ........ - , i i i,.ra.5r.afc-.ijy r r . - t i: m mum mm T VKIDAT BT GISQXlGilQ WARREN , OFFKJH HE1KZI iuiumno. cuaroM street rrio of 8'borpUom. t gtrnosa the htbect. 1 ' - t & t When dn was lighting the rosy heaTens, ' At fixir ftt nimner, In winner neren,' j Ere l'hoehus gtowed, I r yet the city had turned hi its bed, ,-.! TWertt by tbs window wii a heedlo. and Thread. - And, aA the fciad ao busily piled " 'l -i i , .A baby boy played o(t byAer side-. . - ine whole day long;. And sad and t in the evening mild . t i "W beard tits wweof mother and child la gentle song. ! 4 - Mid tMI and tTrtuble. and dire dennair. ,Tli child' suiile xilai'nl the niothe'n carer I 1 ' ' . . Thro" dreary yeora;- ! Vr th Httle one had hif lather's faca, tThlail away lrmn henf.fafl embrace ' J i i V4 III burning tear. i But there earn day when theiwnR'was'irtill And Uie penile (toed at tbe windwUI,i Vnr the babe waa low ; 5 , And thran.ranae.a day when the boy waa dead And cold and paie ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 16 June 1882

l n rOFCLAK . SCIOCE. P?J AfsEBVAiftSBY hw jnst been com'. 2 nlJ&4 qur JMoun,t Etna, 9,671 feet above the sea level. Ferfcmes exert a healthful influence on the atmosphere, converting its oxygen into ozone. , . , The gastrio -juice is more acitl while di jestlo if goiujj bn than in the intervals Ir isrlaimed that railway ties saturate! in creosote will hist for twenty years or more in good condition. SfOAB, according to a prominent .a . pln sioian, promotes digestion, and may li) J Lfef ft-esoribed j in, ? certain, xases oi dyspepsia. The locomotives on some Russian rail- oada. ara heated with..-crude, r.nphtha, r f ; .Tvliiott is yihrdnced into the tender us it J ti-anjoilfroni th wells. t - .-, 1 j I L'hh efrjh 'of j gunt are pliiced side J lly ;iile to fTTtn-the iisrure of 1 a boat, so th:it tbe frnat-boat, like the life-boat, has the property of righting itself when oDM"ze(Lr " . r- 3'TV)(ft'8:vffim-tfie fiHTAeek iii'rori dis- ;:X trio's are very injurious to trees in tho li...

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