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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 7 July 1882

it rr ? I 9- i ; 10, r . T!H;-1IKKM1. COURIER. HICKMAN. J KENTUCKY. MY MO Til EltS rtCTVRE. How many times, as through tbo room I h;itt'n. Without thouirht of other (lays at all, I lift ray eyes, and strniirhtway 1 am standing1 Jlefor her picture, hunting on the wall. Almost it seems her pleitstmj voice is CHlLing-. Ami I Km fiiin to answer, awn, "1 en, 1 near. All earthly annuls -shall le to me ha Milenco If you will speak, O, Mother, Mother dear. No answer comes I I bush my breath to listen: But still the eyes, with patient, , afL-adfitat ae. Look into mine; they plerco through flesh and spirit: I bow my head, and blush beneath their rays For gho is wise with wisdom that appalls me; The solemn secrets of the srravo she knows; And hiirh o'er me, by tJod's own hand uplifted. Through wondrous ways of His own Heaven she goes. Beyond 'all obnnire, nnd safe from Time's' ' mutiitutn, ' i4 ; And grieved no more by earth's forlorn com plaints Thou pictured face! dim semblance of my mother!...

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 July 1882

J 5 1 - ' i THE IlICIiMiX Fine Job Printing EXECUTED o With Neatness and Dispatch. " SALE BILiIiS, ENVELOPES, . . . r ...... -- -' - LETTEK-HEAD8, BILL-HEADS. - ETC., ETCt OAIiIl AWIJ SKH US. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. OFTItE Hrl BulMIm Clinton St. OEOKOK WAUREN, i ita4 at Editor. Tli Oltlest Nowspupcriu Western Kentuckv V ESUVBLIjiQ, HICKMAN, rULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 14, ISS2. YOL. XIIO, 42. ,-. 7 . ;X - .- ' .... f " i fOHllER. - 1 ; . ' H; I COURlEli;-; . 11 II II 11 X . H , ,L ." " ..... . . f..v! r 1 -T1- XT 0WXBRIOHTIi Vberm art p-jmtun ami (ronlf in of ruAOS, .All (MtuMiruk, irir!it nweot; But, ohl notiipu ci. 1 ctivet, , Of all that t i-b.-tiii-p to meet; Kir the briii hh-st no lit thf nnt I hilf ffrowf la nnwwfi llttla home fuctnei f 9 11: .a rimvcuaouii'iw Jo ne is o (irwr afhe, f ( M Ri-wo ha tc thnt mtc Jifownpr Thun evnr woroeyt" if y i.i'lf'A".."- ''.. Al hart thuf !ltirs t a wwiiiniv ' - Whom we hfilttnist ksu: a.i ' woU.- K' k,...

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 July 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER Vt'BI.19lIFT KVCBT UEORK .w lUCKUAN, : : t : : rH.DAT BT A II 11 F ?f KENTUCKY. FRIDAY J PLY. 14, 1882. i .' T .. . .. - y.Short eotnmnnlcalione tt pub'ie questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where we refuse to give name of auAor. Oltap.rs for Salic We have on hand several hundred papers, suitable far wrapping paper, which we will lit at GOo per hundred. The lareesl orange grove in Florida is thai of Major 11. Nnrri". who went from 'hicage lo Spring Garden, Fla., in 1872. II wow has a grove of 11,000 thrifty orange trews, which bear boul 600. 000. Several Florida negro children hnried hnhy alive, intending to dig it out im mediately: hut I hey rot lo playing at something clue,, and forc-ot Ibe infant for hears, leaving it lo die of suffocation The name of Proctor Knott ie being mentioned fur the Governorship. V fear lie ie loo much of astaiesman, and too little of a Sfik rate polilicieu to secure the nomina...

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 July 1882

1 QK- Local Items. M m H", of Union City, Tenn. is Visiting friends ia IIicran, this week. Train robbing in Missouri it beoomiug Unprofitable. Miss. Wion, of Columbus, Ky., is visiting Mrs. Dr. Uubbard. Candidates' picnics sro now she or dtr of lbs day. Ti prohibitionists carried Iowa by 10, 000 majority. This is tbe biggest ten peracee victory on record. Otioa county unanimously instructs ber delegates lo Tote fer Hon. Rice Pieree, for Congress. IUh for Pierce. Jodfte W. W. Robertson, Albert Leet and W. W. Meadows, were in Hiek nan, Wednesday, on legal business. It is a pity there is not a sufficient number of offices logo around so as to giro each candidate a soft position for a few years. The rsia Mondy night was the beaviest known in Ibis section for many years. Several eouaty bridges were washed down. Farmers or business msa baring frier aacee with railroad companies abent lo eai raise, sc., laoim suomu me racis io Vinton City did the laudoue thing . . lickman visitors last wee...

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 July 1882

THE IHtRMIX COIRIER. HICKMAN, KEXTIICltr. TUB SUL TAX OF. THE EAST. Thf-re was a Sultan of the Bast .. . Who ukmI to riJo a stul(txrn boast; A nrarvei of thr donkey-kind. That mtu-h perplexo-i his ownor'i mind. Ilv turns dc m Vfl a rod ahead. Then Imrkivl a nd nrwi instead. Ami thus th- day wimld pn-w around, Tbo utiun Kiiiuintr little srrouri'L The .erviuic. on ln-fore would stray And pilcu Uicir tents te-ide too way, - . Anil piuw tho time as best thejr might I'ntil their master hove in siht. Tneiuitun many -met nod triei : He dirked mid coaxed and (spurs applied. And t.rifW't a dozen tree.at least, Of brain-lie, to peruadi? tho beast. ' Hut all his elTorw went lor iiHtifrht; tio reforin:iLim coulil bo wrought. . At lenirth. bclore the palm-e (fate i : Me culled th5 wi men of the iState, . . And biide them now their skill display tiy liixlinir where tho-trouUui lay, - 'With solemn looks and thoughts profound, Tne-uwn of Ipiirntni? srntbered 'round. The win measured o'er wKh eare; ...

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 July 1882

m WffflX COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. ''V, ' &A.TJ-EI BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEADS, BILL-HEADS. INVITATIONS. ETC. ETC TIE LJ JL Jl ilJ OFFICE HeloM Bnlldlnr. Ctlntoa 8U GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Tlio Oiliest (-M spai)er orn ICentiielcy ESTABLISHED 1S39. HICKMAN; FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FJIIDAY, JULY 21, 1SS2. VOL. XVIL--NO, 43. Price of Subscription, $2. OAljJf, AIV1J HEH US. Hh. ... West slow tit e wixn blows. One night littlo' Annie kept wwtchfnjr' the CloclC. V'iwrnil wsit'iur for n one to knock: Hut hen Willy siood mi tbo kitchen floor, tdie was fur more busy than ever before. Fhe had not a moment in which to talk. Anil she did hoc care for a mootiliu-ht walk; The milk was toHtiiiiu, little A nine said. And l ho yeast to set lor to-morrow's broad. 4- : ... . But Love is no Mind, and Will wouldn't sea That Annie was cold as a irirl coul'l be: He had wmn to woi, and ho wished to stay. Tho...

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 July 1882

THE MtKMM COURIER. HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. HOME. Tbon the Area are burning bright, Aii't the lumps are all aliirhr. Then the wearv man to wife ami child arj4 home I'niiitw'ithciiiPT. I -Hiirinir feet. To hi. t h:ivrn, his rotn-Mt, His sure iinchnr.tirc ami little harbor home! Thou tn table's neatly laid. Th'-ro the ti-n and toat are made. And thi? KliptwrH piaced b tirt the easy-chair; Mother, busy nil the while. Stns to look and aottlv smilo At her trcaxuni there within the easy-chalrt Now the ta."lod curtains fall O'er Hi windowa, bidintr all. All tho comfort, b 'au'y, blositn of the earth; Th" best h .ippineia utid bliss. Hi. LI mi dfcp in hmmvt like this. For u lu.ixo a little heaven upon the earthl Utxtim U'raimcript. . . THE UXDERSTUDIER. A Theatrical sketch. .... u The lot of Siirnor Dibinl was cast among: the great ones of the earth. 1IU daily aequaint anecs were eni;orers, kitix. brave men and fair women, lie knew several Illustrious capt RiiiR, and at k-ast five famous cardi na...

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 July 1882

Local Hems. lta. G. W. Floweri it now Presi dest -of Columbus college, Columbus, Kj. Cairo is 120 miles southeast of Alexan dria. It contains nearly 400,000 people. Miss Ada Whitestll, of Fulton, is Visiting Mrs. Robert Nolen, this week. ttrn. Grant never enters any of the ho Itftn at Long Breach and shuns publicity. Tbe Cincinnati Expositioa opsns September 6th, sail the Chicago Exposition tin the 2olh. Tn tors crop oT this section promi ses ko te be the first on record. Trade will boom belt fall and winter. Th farmers arn cheerful over crop ropects in this section, though corn and tobacco might be mqre forward at this aeaso. The railroad between Paducah and Memphis has been completed, and daily trains now run between those cities. Mrs. Jennie Gardner, of Martin, and Mrs. Stovall, oT Jackson. sra Si ting Mrs. C. L. Randlt. Mr, Jno. WCowgtll oa Mrs.Ches fmith, wsra visiting relatives at Union City, this week Mrs. It. B. Brsmrd is spending mVi at Franklin. Kv.. with tier parents. Tbe...

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. — 21 July 1882

F I' THE HICKMAN COURIER -a. pir'B'tlsTnrD "SVKRT FRiDAY Bt HICKMAN : : KENTUCKY JULY, 21. 1SS2 F1MDAY ..--''Ma Short communications on putmc . nrlnled but not responsioie i 1 Mm.ix or expressions of corres pnd.nts-exccpt where we refuse toge nanv oi The widow of in Spr'ni'field, III., President Lincoln, died Sunday last. Whole families of Europeans were in tho games of the burning city f in'lria by the Egyptians while the T.nglish were bombarding that city. r..fnr,l is traveling in the interest of a povl ing paper. The Geo i i.lr, hia inclinations and is bound to follow their bent. "r To.lvt'la Chronicle tells of a man l.o escaped with his from the In dians. The man who escaped without lis Ufa hasn't reported yet. ,.. ravital of the talk . i Titrtn for Freeidrut in 1S84 Puch thinga are to be eipected while Til dn lives. tr,n J P. Blackburn hae secured for il,. Agricultural and Mechanioal Colleg ouriotl I Lelozton a car loan oi tt ties, .to., from the Government. Ilia reported that ...

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 July 1882

n - . - ,.- -m-"- H M -- tt m i- . . . THE DItKMM: COURIER. Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. PL'PLISHED EYERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. , i --" OFFICE He- Baltdlnff, Cll-toa St. S3 BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEADS, BILL-HEADS. INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC. s t - t GEORGE WARREN, Kditor. Price of Subscription, $2. ESTABLISHED '1S59. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 28,- 1SS2 VOL. XVIL-NO, 44. CAT1T1 N S33 TJS. . . - : THE' HICKMAN COURIER; v. .- ' , ' ' : ; " ' i 1 ' "t - . Tlio Oldest NowHpapev in AVostern Kntueky. -1 1 ' ' " L, ' 1 HEROES OF. THE SHORE. il!bip'thfreofUit-,iir.l mores upon bis tvnt. VV bore tti-i in:i I o? "n leap iin tlio land. Vita stea ly. s.ieepli-a eye and weary feet, TbroiiKh the wild bitter ntht alonir the trnnt. ,. ,, . . , H puu --:ih : a I'mbt n vessel s Usrht la r.suijr. tallour with the -nirry waves; O: must i he awful tempest In its might Uut-l tetlyw-vreuturea helpless to their ' i rav? . - - Red frleitras hi rc...

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 July 1882

l-- 1 THE - HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. SORROW. 1 wnul'l not weep bcc.tuso tho rosea. lie, 1 lo not murmur when the re.l leaves fall; Hut when tln Iwv f xws immntinjr to tho sky, I wicp above my soup, and itiiU is all. ) have not wept, when wintry blasts have ronrel, Beetiuse the summer llowcrs wero in the hiiow; Hut when wool soils nine dollar for a conl, 1 wcit fur that; I would not have it 8o. I would not weep, hwauso the? liinlrt of sprinjr. Wiih autoiim'ii loaves and sutmnor's flower's nre tteil; ' ,1 only mitt lieenirw I plnyed a kin?, . Alter me .tli t man an ace htfl I 1. I"ir lirrl, arid loiivea, wl lmd-, I do not weep. Foolish the ho:irt that forrtuch triUes " hol lvri;" I d.v not mourn for thinjr supremely cheap. My buiicui jjiief mounts upward iiilodoilurs. llitiiiinjtmi U iic.i-Kur. BITTEK-SWEET. 1 " ' ' I. A symphony of sound and lipht and went. A vote: of many birds tvhtrin .vlrl'e;itcly to each other fifmi newly-built nesU, amid boughs that swayed to and fro in the wind, and ...

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 July 1882

Local Items. j Cpt. Jas. Tyler, of Fultoo, took to lliokman, Thursday. Mr. El. Moore, of Union City, was in Hickmfto, Wednesday, on business Mr. WiUon, . Ilnashy. a worthy mnd good eiliien, in a -candidate for Mag istrate in this lsistrict. Mr.EJ May, of Woodlatifi Milk, U (n Hiekman this week. Mr. May1liinks le will go into butinens here. Fortune' Drug Store will be found open on Sundiys "to sell Drag or Medi 'cioea enly," frees TJ to 11, a.'m. and 8 to 7 p.m. Some farmer who are now payiDfr . 18 eents forlacon, in I ft ht profit aid jr ne a note- of tbe fact, and raise tUcfr 'own total aflsr'llii. . Mill Mioniellnglaod.a buutiful aoo wceomplUhed young lady of owriiy, Ult Thursday morning for Union Chy, vHrere ale will viait friend. Meiir. Haii & Stanteli bate Irken charge of the Union "City AirtlfSr. We with them great auceeaa, for tiro Au 'ehor i an excellent paper. IJeiara. John and Will Vousgbave . nice confectionery and grocery estab lishment, on Clinton at reel. tSive tfc...

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 July 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER Tl'BLlSIIKD EVKHT f K i D A Y BT O K O IX K W A II IS K X 9 .HICKMAN, : : : : : KENTUCKY. "PHI DAY.: If I J IT I. Y. 23. 1R82 'gHcShort communications on pnhlie r.rlnicil hut i.oi restr.ons;l.!e lll'UH" J " " " " - 1 'for sentiments or expressions of corrcK tpon.lcols except where we refuse to give iameof author. A. 11. Stevens is tbe lemocratio nonii nee for Governor of Georgia. The meeting of the PaduCali Racing Association oeeuis Aug. 15, 10 end 17tb. Vennorsayswe are to l.avo Tainy July, a stormy August, and a fair, fiosty September. Hod. Bernard Nealc, i reported dangerously ill, at Fort Smith, Ark., with erysipelas. The Tennessee caodidalcs for Congress --...!. at iininti fiiv. Ausrust I'Jth: at Troy the 2'2ud; and at Tiptonville the 21th. Nashville lias arranged for a National' competitive drill, to take place in that city in May next, and will offer 6,000 in prizes. Senator Fair says he Las a huuso iu Virginia City that coat him $60,000 hit would not now ...

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 August 1882

THE HICKMAN- COURIER. . PUBLISHED EVERY rJIOAY, By GEORGE YAftREN, Hickman, K Fine Job Printing EXECUTED .nnfi.T! aici COUKIE With Neatness and Dispatch. BALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEADS, BILL-HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC. OFFICE Helnie Bnlldlni, CUntoa 8U i ST ft- . GEORGE WARREN, Editor. 2 ir Tlio Oldest IVowsjitlei in "VVestei'ii ICeiitnelcy ESTABLISHED lSlo. HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, ISS'J. YOL. XVH -NO, 45. ' r " r " Price of Subscription, $2. OAIlIj 8KH US. CMAJN 1 TJ ' Kissrra BABY, i v O, loreller than th"Yimini4 I, my piVoiouw tmhykiir; - And the nlet pluou for kissing him- The sweetest jiincit Is not his fare, ' , - ., TU uuderncatn his chin. - . . . . -. , . . Bnt, ht it is ne4 every on Tne pleasure that miiy win. Of kiasinir my dear buoy Jljr pretty one, -my darling One 'lV , Just uiulurneuth tils Chlul For it would never do you know, 77iit practice to tejrin, - -i ' Of lettinjr everybody como " ' And hav the blfM my tinhe to klAS Kitrbt unde...

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 August 1882

THE IIIfLlIiN COURIER. HICKMAN. KENTL'CKY. A SUCCESSFUL STRIKER. "While- the hosts of ansrry workmen tnronjjr. And strike afrainst tho Fnctory Kings, . ' Behold stalwart striker stronir, ad Ut to the t ng bo g-ady sings ; Ho, I'm a Jolly striker bold, ' No Factory Prim.- tan uio oppress: -. r I strike, as the workmen struck of old; - For a hurnWe home In the wilderness. ' ' Although my stake today is small, V ? A side of porkuud a sack gl iucal-..., Two willing amis, and that's nut all; l"Te four good pouudgof bright sharp Steel. And an eighty-acre plot of loam, , " . ; Where thickly prows the forest tree, And here each day from sun till bud, . My ax heats Freedom's rerllle. Tis a jolly strike, for a preoloos prize, Though not for glory nor for funic, . -. I strike for a realm about the size Of a happy homo for Eliza Jane. - , ' . .. " . i . She tald me one short year ago: ; ' ; a Jnhn. tr't a hfiinn- M.fnifi we Wed; 1 t' 2. ' As the oM-tltr.e lovers used to do,' Since then more swi...

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 August 1882

Local Hems. Mis MaegU Uibb, of Union City, it vlatiag friends in this city. fliekmta Count j is agitatio the . idea of a County Fair this fill. . Loots Kajser, the baker, bas tnoTed from ttiekman to Evaasvilte, Ioi. Mrs, Lo' Ktes, tf Tiptoavllle, I visiting relatives in Hickman' this week. Horse thieves are operating io Graves, Ballard and MeCracken counties. Mr. Dick Moore and Dick Alezao dar, made a Hying trip to Clinton last Sanday, ;,v i? . A Warn Auenst and a late fiott is what the farmers of this section are pray lag for. , - The Fulton FmUonian, has resumed tabIieatioa;on bran new type, io. Sua- cess lo you; Juffonidn. ' ' Miss Ssllie Cheatham, daughter ol Mr. Jas. P. Cheatham, of Union City, is visiting friends in Hickman. Mr. Tboa. C. Marshall, of Ballard eonuty, is the chairman of the Dem. Com for this Congressional District. ' We make oar best bow to Mrs. Mar gar el Holmes, for a present of some of the i nest tomatoes of the season. V. T. Frent, merohant of Milan Teaa., w...

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 August 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER PL' B LliHI ED KftHV r.n.VT lT II l CUM A y, : : : : ' KENT UCK Y. . FRIO AY. AUGUST. 4 1 SS2 I&.Fhorl communications on public questions prlnted-but not responsible forecoiimcnO or expressions of cprrcs- nondsnts except where we refuse lo give poau f , namaui iiuiuui. - ! t DEMOCRATIC TICKET, ion olVkk cjvut ok ArrEALs, THOMAS J. I1ENKY: ' " . J. II.IiOWDEX. - A Pittsburgh compltuy is mn'nufaei uring-glar- shingles. . ; , .. Ten nfsce owes n outstanding bonded dbtof nout S'-IO.COO.OCO. IT Vennor is to be believed, there will be no Jog days in August. ! The official mnjmty-fo prohibition in J as declated by the Governor is 29,- !i'he Pidscan vVivs in'fatoY of pri . . leary.electiousMo va-ke place of comeu. ' 'tioiss,, , . . . All'thc "ne wfr-r.r'ers of Kentucky, ny l!je UenJcrson News, with out? or two "Vx .. eVpnosi, favor -Ihe additional two cent. "School Uxi' ' .:. ' '. ' p-inixiiir' Tiins.-- TW nun-. her of men Mu tStMf'city o:';t of emplojtirfi'l is grea...

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 August 1882

1 : ;"., " s. v"1 1 "'i1 ; ;v-s jm !f&-tXKxii.$2&jf,i.. j I,- - v 5L t THE DICHIAiV COURIER. Fine Job Printia. . PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, i4' With Neatness and Dispatch. By GjKJRGE WARREN, Hickfan, Ky. .JLV JLJlJJJLtl.. SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEADS, BILL-HEADS. INVITATIONS, ETC. ETC. . i OFFICS HtlDM Bolldlnr, Cllataa SL sv OEOEGE WARREN, Editor. The Ohlost IVo wssjtil y estorn ICoiitnt-lc-. Price of Subscription--. ESTABLISHED HICKMAN, -FULTQ CDJNXY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1SS2. VOL. XVIL--NO, 4G. 1 OAIiIi AND eai-M-j us. A 7 i r77f: nor rrrA r i "knew. among- the people I've .-htmccrt to know,' In the ruunp of my varied career. Was n certayi roonifster who, yciirsmro, r I hcl.l H(vc.nij(ly dmr: .- ' . ; j 4 rollicking. hltuvVvM. lmselweroii' rnd- Hot painfully -ki.I ir sliix-kiuxrly . . TUoukIi iride rt'froi.'uo, i fonr. !, C Bp was wl In the )Hirir wKolom that rorne While th- linrfr still nnni!.T oiio'h Jf-Jirs; H t ntnir)r'ri-l ly nu of life's barxl auiii, Di...

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 August 1882

' - SVrtl - - 2." Wt f - , r i " : III i . If' - - v' i i THE II'IIMN COURIER, HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. "COLD!" Thpy nay she Is cold, but thoy say whnt thoy lo lint, i nnilot know, Thi- vtry flowers th:U hanir from the fricjlo ol tpriiis wore growing uiMlor the snow, Ji the violet coM thnt it nhrinks from tho gHT.t iin-l the toucti of the bonl? Is th nir of th.T thruth, though it Is not per mitted to fonrlle the bird? Thoy often love fnnrt, lova surest, who never taMrnv- th emotion: -I could tell you of one whom she loves with a pn-Mon a deep as the ocean. ' , It in tw th-o, in ward, she hanereroon- finscl to the fet'lmp; Love clio.w ? a dttinticr way for Its choicest ami mrpct'.'st reveiilin. Never om-e hns he touched hor lips with his own. never once i-un-stM-M her hnnd He mi(fht kin nnd caress to hi he:irt' content would he only imdentuivl! t'old! Cold:" Did h know all her heprt, (is ttu-v Hipp-Mitly any it, t . , - He wouM li-up with his niigrb! nt the talsibtoa to throttle and stilts...

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 August 1882

:' ' - inV (P n t Local Items. Union City is beipg troubled with thieve. - Mrs. Carrto Mahooey, of Dyersburg. is visiting friend in Hickman. . ObiouV propect fr ennd corn crop art better than was ever before known. New psvomsots will help the p penranee of Hickman. 8ce noiict else- where. Oar crop prospects ar gooI. bat the cotton an J tobacco crops have suffered from too much rata. Etnirsoa EthetiJge deliver a I em trance lecture at 'Union- City, next Beturday (to-morrow.) -.. Miss Katie Reed, a ITnutoo. Texan, belle, is making a brief visit to ber consin, Mrs.. Addie Jonea.. llisi Sallio Thotnpeoo, one of Ful ton's prettiest young ladies, Is visiting tier aunt, Mre; W'."ft.' Plu'nmr.-; . Mr. HartMlt, pentrel rente acent of tk 8utfcern Eiprese; Jcosapnay', ia ten porarily in charge of Ike Rieksaea ,.gx press office. , Ou Paprrs roil FAtlic -Ws hare nn hand several hundred paper, suitable far wrapping paper, which" we will sell The CncftiKR return thanks to the clerks of the electio...

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