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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 11 August 1882

usioat 1882 jnlcations on pt.h'.K .,,lbut tint resporibie .menu or expressions of corres j0.ints except where we refuse to give n ime of author. l'adu crIi voted lie ? 100,000 railroad tax. Hfnkt's majority will t.c about 2"),000 or 3 ) 0 00. Nothing of great ;mporlauce lias trans r.ircd this wcek.in the Cug'.iili-Egyptlan war. .- ' - ..." It is said that Sergeant Mnson will not he pardoned by the prescut Adraiuistra lion. A Kentucky preacher lias set June 28, 18t5, as the day of judgement and (he e nd cf the world. Every Stale gels something by the Riv er atd Harbor Dill but Kansas, Jsebras a, Colorado and Nevada. In the construction of railroads at pres ent going on in Texae, 20,000 men and 100,000 horses and tunics are employed. Col. Diehard Wafers, of.Oldbam county, imWw 5X0 .000 per year by cultivation Vrct-arations ere being made to lllunii- nale St.Loniain a most magnificent man ner during th next fair week "ia-Octo-" b r. An effort iaheing made to give the new! 3 per cent bo...

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 August 1882

O ' tub 'uifEMtfiii;pJER. Fine Job Printing- -EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. - 3 . PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, nn RIEt By GEORGE WARREN,. Hickman, Ky. ENyELOPES, LETTER-HEAD8, BILL-HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC, ETC GE6RQK WAItREN, Editor. Tito Oltlost iVovv-iol Jvot'rn KHtuclcv. Price of Subscription, 2. ESTABLISIIEDJS59. , HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KHNTUCIv Y; FRIDAY, AUGUST JS,' ISS2 VOL. XVII "30, 47. OiVIjIj A1VIJ SEE TJS. - '' - ' O j t-vr- ...C- tL-- j - HiGKMAi He to. i I . I Tfijqjs&tfryM Wit: WftB BINTS ON THtTMNIr , " ' Flout notice it ho sit. alone, - . o - Ant mi'-Titritc, or writiM a lot, ' Or toil: in in ntisirH-ttxi tono. Or w.iU nUi.it tu nitflit a lot. ClxiTVl' if ho d-.-llirhtS to Wmlo 'Ihroiii: b And ir b-Vntx-lkT i;iiri iiS:.i.l .': y" verse: is porricc M Vie i.ni wrm;. V An- also note if ho nivalis "' " The pyuiit -vr j, An l if Jic ojtoy vitwj t, luias A ro Snntim: em him munir.-rly, Ohsvrro K ho )p.-r. 1 1 (into, " A' thon-rli ilff iir nvro rriovinfr htrn, -' A...

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 August 1882

-t Ai .VJ tilaWdi aafiTii M 'i 1 i i5C "" - , ) ) Tin; .iiiiKiiix- ioniiKii, HICKMAN. KENTUCKY'. REAtniNQ FOR TUE BUBBLES. ynioHrtTiroMavHi1rto-.h.v1.; Ji T:.iniat!on every year. AlMi(A tf mnldrtxfciethoii thi'in - And a loii ir-sttem mod pi' of elar. So" thorn Mowing thnjriviit lirlirht bubbles, , Uv:r.thein luwrii ns tboy ttoiu nwfyj ,.t TTh le Imliv, clo-d? by. on his pallet Hi-ems ns fairer and tuippy they. Scv him stolci-riil tfij- flilre'rl f An.l reach, us the biitdiles fall, JIH brown oves tiriirtit and oa-r hbllm ho finA oiUti iVm 8-tf ? If 1 JVirVi rrwhi Tortko brtHWs,' -s 'r:e('harii. hU f:u-o ncrlnwr. "He thinksthnthecould hold thepv-r llo'sonly nfcahy you know. " Ah. Charlie. life-' full of bubbles AVo lonir for, ml feueh far, bi vain. And like dear little n tby lirowr.-Eyea We trv it asr.iin and nirain. . "IVe are sure at CiitU ir.asD.wc haw And rein-it' filter- filtf-e-m the pnsf To find, like dear iJiiliv Jlrmyn-Kyes, Abul.blo.n.li ouini, at bst. r, f Olive StCilieui...

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 August 1882

lioeal Items. The farmers of (his section are plow, ing preparatory for wheat. One of the new M agist rites of Graven county ia but 23 years of Age. MNe flattie Carpenter, of Union City, ia visiting friends in Hickman. Tba election Tor Governor occurs next Augtrst. Tba (.foion City Fair convene f)e 3rd, and continues Ave day. Philadelphia bus 7,072 drinking sa loons. Mississippi ha established rjuaran tine against New Orl cans. The O raves eoanty Fair i to h helJ sometimes in October, date not B.taJ yet. Mr. Abo TMant. of Plant Bro k Ce., left Monday far the East to buy fsll ad wlater goods. Tha poet rffice in Clinton was Lrok- n into, the safe blown open and money ami valunble to the amount of $1,000 taken away. There ware frosts in the N.irh Wpsl last. Saturday, and ill aome poiala in Wisconsin ino fII Mr. Ilenrv Itm-lianaa will leave to r vr t. . - , 1 - . .it Morrow ,ur i. m w . v I K i w "H y gui'll, nun klio for a brief viaii la relatives in that j State. Oov. Black barn has a...

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 August 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER pl'BLlSMKIt tVKRY riOAT if i:OIlK WMltURN, HICK MAX, : : : KEIfTUCK V FRIDAY. AUGUST. IS X)t,Sturt communications fin public qutntioni -tinted b.U Mot responsible for sentiments or expressions of corrcs ponlenis except where wq refuse (Ogive nameoT anther. r Tho mi ad doe not kiow what if can feed on until il has teen brought to the starvation point. Cos-ip is the patent sin of vulgarity inhrartand roii.d. U is as tl.orougl.Ijr vulgar as eiiriosity- Thou wilt he trm! on'.y in pn.periinn as thou art gentle and courageous io sub duJ lliy passion. Sucre doe not consist in newer mak ing blunders, Ixi I in newer making the lime one a second time. The min i of the scholar, if you would have it large and liin al, roust come in ci.ntr.ct wiin oithcr minds. J tin I ice is the prut law of civil society, and aiy polity without justice is iu ibe t i:d no policy ul all. . Ti nth is the most powerful thing in ilie woild, since fiction eu ouly please us hy its teeemblam-e to i,...

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 August 1882

. . . . - Til E HICKMANf . : ; THE HlffflX fOURIBL PUBLISHED EVEBY FRIDAY v- Ey GEORGE WARREN, Hickman. Ky. Fine Job Printing- - - -EXECUTED - With Neatness and Dispatch. SALE BILLS, , ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEADS, BILL-HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC, COtTR OFFICE .Prinze BulldlDf , Cllntoa St. QEORGK WAUHEN, Editor. Tho Oldest Kownpaper i" v- estoiMi Kontiickj-. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KKNTUCKYFRI DAY; AUGUST -25, 1SS2 l- t-3 .v Price of Subscription, $2. ESTABLISHED 1S59. YOU. NYII.-NO, 48. OAI1I1 A1VD S! US. .SR. - - . i VKI a bumpy rwhh and. n rnrtilM rnat, ' -v ' " Rwci't Mc) ' t'hurn iroes drumniiii-; Yonnir Keubon lean on tho low hnlf-doosv And hops thnt the htitier'scoioingr; ,; Then irhs and iirli, iml dropa.hi eye , . What wtvrtf-nun ha teellmr utter t 0, drop me down in I be churn," he cried, And nink mo Into butter." Fh- rexts her nntl jr usihk stands - At sound of his worn iiitry; ' Then plies IIm ltnIilin,'tsoun0'1algt--O, geawnyl" says JIury. - If a maiden's word racmn nuir...

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 August 1882

THE I1UKM1X COURIER. JIICKMAX. KENTi;CICY. Thexlunt unlifte'l lie w llrst It lay, When "lews of early morning driol away; The (tpUier'n wti stirs not with uoutli'st palo, Kor thistle-down may from its mooring- sail. Only by artnMtie shutting of their wing We know the ImttorilitM ar living thin)p: Tle trrassh.iiipors, with (rrathiir armor prone, Vault low and aimlessly from stone to stone. If blooms of mead or orchard lure tho boo, lip journeys th toor. bHZ-unir driWsily; At last th hiimminjr-liiril is pleased to rest All but the shifting brilliance on bis breast. The fern-leaves curl, tho wild rose sweetness spends, Klch as at eve the honeysuckle lends; While scattered, pines and clustered spruces deep - -, Within grave boughs their exhalations keep. Absorbed in solo fniit'on of the cool. The hi-ron ste;idi'mt eves the rceilo-1 jhv.i1: While overhead the b.twk, till lost from ikrbt, I'm sues the tailing circles of Its flight.., The mhliit lirowa peeps panting from the hetle. The faw...

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 August 1882

Local Items Vcncor predicts one more hot wave. The Sells Bro'a. cirom exhibits at - Fulton, Sept. 12th. There is some t-lk of starting a cof fee plantation in Hickman count f'blUa Annie Keeler, of Cairo, is visiting Mr.Fred Kaoers. . Mi.s Aooia Nard, of Uoioo Cilj was visitinf Mends here this wk. Henry's nrajoritj in this Stale was Mrs. Nora Faqoa is visiting Troy, this weak. f Mrs. Fr.. Hellner and Mis. Ja. Koger are visiting ia Union Cily, tltis week. A Postmaster i allowad to chare fonr cents for on stamped enveloped or ten eenta for three. A deluded burr.lsrrenilv rrrade an tempt to break into the MeCracasn-conn-j pdjr house. Mra. Chas. flahbard, returned liotne Monday, from a several week stay el Hot Springs. Tub heaviest ram tall ever known in Texas, six feet of water n plains where raia aever Ml before, was what Western Texas experienced last Saturday. Pnxaroa Hill of Georgia, who Kd last week, always kept a cigar in his mouth, thie cansed a cancer w the tonga, and tw cancer ...

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 August 1882

THE ICKMAN COURIER FBiPAT bt A it it i: KES'TVCKr. UK OR"-? W HICK MA .V, r FHIDAV Short communications on pnl.iie qucHli'ns printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pondents except where we refuse to give nimcnf anthor. IuKentucky there ia one drinking sa loon to every 433 Inhabitants. The Jeeiencv bill passed at the late session of Congress contains appropria tions for refunding to States the exprnsca incurred in raiding volunteers. Ken tucky eels 00,211. The Glasgow correspondent of the Courier-Journal saya that lion. Thos L. Jones Is the nnqnestiooed choice of War ren county for Governor. Lnsk tip a gum stump, Jacob in the hollow, Henry in the Clerk's place, Fat as he can wallow." Cuonrangtr. Gen. P.W. Hardin announces himself a candidate for re eleoiioa to the office of Attorney General. Mr. Louis r.lackburn, a prominent col ored man of Shelby county, announces - 1 1aa ill at u 4mA"mima m4i4, to ""' Governor of the Htate of Tennessee at the ensuing el...

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 September 1882

Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. sax,e bills, envelopes, letter-heads; pill-heads. invitations, ETC.. ETC, HICKM T!7 CO Hi OITICE Heiaia Balldlnt. Cllatoa 8U OEOHQE WARREN, Editor. Tlio Oldest JN'e-wsspapci in AVonIci'ii ItoiitiK'lcy. J - .. Price of Subscription, $2. HSTABUSIIE1-1S59. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SKPTKMI5KR 1, 1SS2. VOL. XVII.-TsO, 49. OwAXiIa SBB VS. THE MCKMM COURIER. PUBLISHED. EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman. Ky. nnr AN Ml STFItniXS a ROVE. AT OCEAS Pbaii Brothkh Jon: We gt-t here wfo-rar worthy wife an" ma . An' v 11 'bed our tents wlthia rrove contiK'ui tDtHrwi; . We'rt bai-vint-d nin-h means of graca as (trowel within our reach: Wf'ro "teniiiMl nil th mnrnln talks wo'vo hcunl ihi Itishop (rrt h: An' evi-ryihlujr wont pleasantly, until wo. had a whim My wife and I one breeiy -vlay, to take an ocan awinu. '-.-... We wonl-ln' t ha' reot'red on't, I think.' jf Flvfer SunnyhopH flala't urjfet u orer an' ag'ln, an' said s...

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 September 1882

I. HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. EBDIXO AXD FLOWING. Tho tiile went outshining- pebbles ami shells thut lay Ou tne shore, at tbe back of tbu "whlto-armcd pray Went out with tho tide. ' The tide went out Awl ft hundred ships asleep on tho strand Spruiix: up, nni hwkv from the hateful land Went out with tho tide. The tiilo went out .And a life ns sweet an lito mitrht be. -iiiiiiig nwit.v ifj in? uusnown sett, Weut out with tho tide. The tide I'ameln The pc-bbles and s tic Us, with the waves' dls flittn Flunjf from their arm to tho shoro again. Came iit with the tide. Tho tide came In The weary ships from their voriiirinjr, IKu with many a pn-cimis thing, j I'auie in with the tide-. The tide eain In Hut the life, ns wwt ns a life may be. Came not back from the unknown sea, Carao not in with the tide. Our Continent,- A SPECULATIVE SPIRIT. Now, to viulerstaml the solemnity of this story, you must believe that IIop kins was a man entirely without imagi nation Frank IMair ami I tlcciucu that wlien we...

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 September 1882

Local Items - Jndpjajns Uicr, ol l'aducah, was ia Iliokraau, Tuesday, oa busine?. Mr. W. T. Uucltoer. ol Cliarlcs'oo, Me., ia viailing Hickman. Mis Loa I'awcll left MjuJay for n isit to TCairo. Ir. T. J. Akin-, (Jran.l Patmroli of (he I. t) O. F. of Kentucky, viaited ilicktnan this week, iu ihe interest of that orJer. Elder Clark, of lite Hickman 11.. p- liit church, has been boldiu a protracted meeting at Troy, Ten a. Tie Dyer County Fair will begin at Dyerabnrg oa Tuesday, October the 10th, 1882, and continue five dtys. Mr. J atuer Neolj and JuJjje Steele, of Fulton, each lost a little child last Week. Mr. WiliiaaiDoa Price, obe of tlie But settlers of Luke county, died, at hi home in that county, Joly 24th. Setenly two new cases of yellow fever at Brownsville, Tefcas, and two at reusacola, is the latest news. A (Jeorgia firm aells watermelon! at aecnt a poun 1. They ought to 41 ways V old fey weight. Mrs. IlolMe Turner, returned liome Wednesday, from an extended visit to relative...

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 September 1882

THE ICKMAN COURIER Pl DtlsriKD F VKHT t'K.nAT PY K O It 13 K W A TLl Zl K yi . HICK 31 AX, : : : : FHTP V SKJ'T. 1. ISS2 SOi.Sliort communications on pul.'io questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions cf corres pondents except where we retiise to give name of author. The arrivr.l of Russian Jews t New York has censed. Garibaldi is to have a monument in the city of RioEnmenlg, Baltimore. Massachusetts factory girls dip eautfto the extent of fifteen tons a year. Wagner has said the score of 'TuraiTal" to the May once publinbcrs for $47,600. Senator David" Duti's in raid to lo about t marry a Fayelville, N. C, belle. Florida baa made corn. an immense crop o Thvre ftre 11 ween 1,600 and l.FOOblitd persona in Tennessee. A colony fif 200 Swedish families will ettle near Arrcdondo, Texas. Root ia damaging the -cotton in eonie parts of Georgia and Mississippi. The Galveston Civilian, cfitnLlisliedin 1S"8, is the oldest paper in Texas. Mr. Harry Garfield, with a part...

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 September 1882

Fine Job Printing EXECUTED . ' " ' With Neatness and Dispatch. rUEUSKED -EVERY' FRIDAY, CJRI1 ,By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman. Ky. ENVELOPES, ... LETTER-HEADS, BILL-HEADS. iisrviTATioisra, '"'.,' ETC., ETC. OFFM-H-"-.xe Building. CHitoa St. GEORGE WARREN, Editor. Tito OldestIVewspupor 'in Western Kentucky. ; it Price of Subscription, $2. ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBERS. 1SS2. VOL. XVIL-NO. 50. OAiiii Awn tSMK -urn. mushy courier. Ti GO V -; m r, la sr. offfk. TTe hivl tre-Minir at our bouse lust niirhf. With throu? rtt -rn-t nnO maze of tlowors; Thcnviins were brilliant with their blaze of llrjut: . In aoiDf an-1 feasting passed the hours. , Mr little nephew, four years ami a half, bewlldnnstl. (rial ami woiuler-eyel, Baw all thirliir, heurd-tho swig- and laugh. And ate unwonted sweets beside. - ... - - - - - Next dnr he ponIerel much, as wise folks do. Then craved of raea littlo l;on; Aunt Jennie, why don't you gft married, too? I hope you'll da it...

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 September 1882

THE MfKJllN' COURIER. IIICKJJAN. KENTUCKY. , THE MAJOR. Ttero he In; tinier the maple's shade, . A dl droops from the sun-liruwnod hand Tbt should whirl in the air the Ititshinir hlude In time with the cheers of hiebutviUK baud. Jauntily ovrr the oldifr-s brow Tho straw hat ttlM,wiin-cureless irnioo; Wail Jut a moment, he's turning now 1 want to see the Ma1ors lace. fe.imnl. von wonder, .with saber slh? iviiriTrt where tho Iwutle liiintninir bokef Trimmed with -ri..lcd. nVrw tuuMitcne? Kjc as ktM-n the aabt-r atrokt!? Iln. tin! Now look at thoval iae?. KiMlinK with Inusrhter rmm brow to chin; Ton. KhI with the awpetet. fairest frru;e Oulv t!injrctscouttl blond it in. -.. , -. ' Turltr lightens the thoughtful rye. Ill'in s rhe-r.lth-:tiles .fctr nrive; Ami the rmplni'l mouth in it dimples lies. In lovi with tneNafor? IXerynnet - l.nvlnf trooper of hi wo be; IMrer thnn ail else under the un He is loved tiy bis iwwn-up troop of throo. AH dnr he mnrrhes u: for his sake -, Wi ilirht th l...

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 September 1882

- ; " " 'rr ' '-i- " ' ' " Local Items. PriBt tod pro.pef. Nashville is ojulioj smalUpox. 1h election, for congressmen oo burs, Tuesday, Nov. 7. The fever et PensacoU has been exag gerate I. Peopl talk of wheat bat underrate lie telue of Ibe hay crop. The roaJ to baMcess bucccsb lies Ibroegh printer's Ink. A business lliat is too por lo J vertiso ia loo poor to follow. Mr. II S Miirrell wait regaUrly qualified and entered upon his duty aa County Judge Monday. Very few men penl too much fur advertising, but hundreds spend too lit tle. Mr. Dick Alexander, or the firm of Aleiaoder & Maxwell, has returned from tbe fcast, and ia bus opening uaw goods. Commonwealth Attorney Thntna waa called bona Moudy because of aiok stesa la Ms family. Stock bos are worth tea cents at Ettl iaance, and corn ia soiling at forty cents in the field. Benatnr Deek thinks Aleiaoder Sieph pbeaa will auoceel Ibe lata Me a iiill oa Ihe Suor of I lie Senate. . Mr. Jai Uu'abarJ, sod of Dr. C II. Hubbard, ia att...

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 September 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER C J V. O K E W IRK , HICK VA .V, r : ' K'EXTl'CaY. FRIDAY. SKl'T 8 1882. V Short enmmnnlcatlons on piilt q nestfon printed but not responsible fr sentiments or evpressions f corres pondent except where wo refuse logtve nameaf author ' A skinflint never ivertise. The lemperance hoom has track TJu cb. The liberal advertiser is ll liberal dealer. Col. Tnrner has iasued circular to his frienda in (his dislriot relative to bis eandidaer for reeleoiion iCotiff. Tlia low Democrat In hIr Stale Convention earn col strong against Pro tection and Ptohlbitioo. Tin Tit ii drunnrra' licence tax fans been reduced om third. It is now ?3," Last year th total amonut collected was over $100,000. A favorite amusement of a circus giant attached lo one of the t ravelin? shows Is ti light his cigars at the s(reetsmpe Said giant is eight feel two ioohes 'tall; A young; fellow named Wright was ar- reeled in Paducah last week charged with reina a c?r thiefand taken to int convention of th...

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 September 1882

jniTnMiS-.coMiiQ". .PUrUSHED EVERY FRIDAY, 1 By GEORGE. WARRickmanf Ky. Fine Job Printing . EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEADS, BILL-HEAD8. INVITATIONS, ETC, ETC, .Lli: OfTICS BVIaaa BalldUf, CUatoa St. GEORGE WARREN, Editor, Tlio Oldest NewHpapcr iu Western IteiltUcikj'. Price of Subscription," $2. : ESTABLISHED 1S59. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKYFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, ISS2. VOL. XVII.--NO. 51- O.ALXjXj A IV 13 TJO. ..SR LESSOX. ' O wonry h-nrtu thBt tumb with tuttor rriet AcI seem to kjp time witli the aehir.gr untoi,- - . ' O tired eye that rrlR-htly viirll keep, And pale lips ahuTtm back the pain, ' Reracmlier other hearts Br heavy, too; ' Little we know the crosses other bear; ' We hear a iatih and mk it happy smile. And nevor drcarn hey bide a burning- tear.' The sad, sad ftorr J hajr or own live tell, ' -Repeats ttelf in many a human breast; And in the imprm tired faces wcr. We read tht-i r sorrows tbrcurn their snillea coufesci.. , , f...

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 September 1882

THE MfDIM COURIER. HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. IT NEVER PAYS. It nevnr pay". tf t ret or s-rtrwl Wh"n f rtime sei-mii oijr f-xyr The hotter broil will push aheal And trlko th' braver blow. . For luck i work. Anil Ihow wlio shirk Fhoultl not lament th(ir doom; Hut yield the play. Ami clenrth way. That better men have room. It never pays to foster prldo. And s-imiu lor weatth in show; For t rmuls t!nw won an-sure to run In times of want or woe. The notilo worth Of all tho onrth Arc reins of hi-art and brain A eonocienee clear, A h'iis-.hild dear. And bnii'U wiOwjut a stain. , """-f. HV It nevprprrya to hate a foe" " " ' ' ., - - Or cater to a friend , To fawn and whine, much less repine. To borrow or t lend. ; Tha fault of men t Are fewer wnt-n J t ' ' Each rows his own ennoo. For friends and debts And pampered pets Unbounded iniscbief brew. It never pays to wreck the health In liru.lifinir after iriiiu. . . And he is sold who thinks thatfrold Is cheaply botitrlit with p.itn. - A humble lot, ....

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 September 1882

I. BAKU''" Local Items. Nw Madrid and Point I'leasaat arc to be connected by Telephone. Mr. Ilcorr ttuelisnan liaa returns home from a su tamer visit to liuffalo, New York. Mrs. Mdgzie Eddiofr. the estima ble wife of Jlr. Levi FMiAgn, iieJ at her fiome, in Fultoa. Womlav. The' improvement of the river work at New MeJrM will not commence until tbe low valer iu Oclobcr. Mr. Thoa. SI trench h a coo traded for buiUiog a ne resideace oo toort lions HHI: Dl. A. M. Parker, ia oh a brotoi aional lUlt to Lake eoanty, ami will Uie la Meaiphia before reluming home. Sheriff Johoeoo. left TdcsdaV rborh lag with four prisoners cartvihg Ihfeiit lo i&epcmieAii&ry. We Icaro iViit the Urea fttieal irn ai jrear will tuda'ce our farmer tit put la 414rg:iioi-et rot uexl rear. Mr. IUt)i 'Caidirell Wltsrfi-IJ aeck to establish a llasib tuaservatory The atine uf a bet is on) one-tint iJ-aeon.'f an oeh lone It is votir own lnaglaalion that make It eerrt as fJSjsi a hoe-baaJle. Dosi'l fan reef f I. O...

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