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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 September 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER rCBLISnKD BVKBT FRlDAT T.X GEO K K W A It It K TSf . HICK MAX, : : : : : KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SKI'T. 15. 188'J f t-Sliort communications on pMi" qncMions printed but not responsible tot cnl intents or expressions of corres pondents except where wc refuse logi" me of author. The Ilnninn H aim factory. A man may eat and mink heartily all day, and sit "and loun;o about, doing nothing, in one scuso vi tlio word; lnt liis lxuy muiit keep hard at work all the time, or it will die Supjxso tho stomach refiiBtid to work trithiu ten minutes aftor a hearty tliimer, tho mau wunhl dio in eonvulbioua in a fovr hours; or cholera or cramp-colic would rack and wreck hiau tiuppobirig tho pore of tho skin rucan intf thereby the glandular apparatus with which thoy are connected should go on a "btrike, ho would La on hour bo burn ing tip with fever, oppression would weigh down the svbtem, and soon lkscomo inHupportaLld. Suppose the liver be came mulib, nripeUto would bo am ulul ated, fo...

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 September 1882

mo THE IIICDHX COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. Fine Job Printing EXECUTED .. With Neatness and Dispatch. THE aicKiv. sale bills, envelopes, letter-heads, bill-heads, invitations, ETC , ETC. OFFIOC Helnxe Bulldlnf , Clinton St. QEOEOE WARREN,' Editor. T.Iio Olilcst .lVeM-wjKipor .iiestern Keutiic IAN GQU-MER Price of Subscription, $2. Tit Hi' MET A-MA TlXa. f I L . .Ik. . .',. Love wits fair, Wb ho ini'l 1 ir.-t n-.Nfavirsr. ,Th-"re wtis i,rrr a" face art tuvert and briphf, Thprp never henrt o true nJ li vlir. And tho oiirih win all m hr jrreen aa4 white,' tviivii Love urm met .M.iyinjf. . .-"' . In her whit-nn.l (rrtrn,VM" With Uio blue bonreen. ,. When Line Hn-1 1 u:eit Muvinc. TtiRwcnt tr the hawthorn was tirth air, ' .And the iiple-liksn,ms were everywhere. And the hi nM were luill:n with happy euro. When lovo un-I I uviif Maying-. It was huml in han.l. -Thrmiirh Iho iiieadnw land, , That Ln-re hw I wrnit ntntiiing, ' And, oh. it was -! lii th:' wa...

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 September 1882

tde nimux-COURIER HICKMAN KENTUCKY. ( FOOT-rnixrs ox tji:: sasd. On the miwlv be -eh m v f rl 1 nr. I I Siit liir!b t on iturntrr.l ivr lllue. win Ih e i an I itci i th i7, Ami th.-- t-bil lr-ji hutv' nt --l iv, Utile they r.tr-l fur Will 1 or lieut. I'l.isliinir Ih- n-f i:i !i.ip,.' Ii;nl': Leaving 1111 ui ni! nT 111 -ir "in ill b ire foct -I u til ; wot B in 1 . Maidens wont 4i!r l'.iutTiiiic br, I irp.im-n r !h -ir Hrt ' -t ilr i n of lov; . IVhm ilnl th v c ir w tfi lii" d -sir o;r- niira. For th? Mm-? Im-uiw or til" !! i v Th"y ok"of It-met y tt-sd. nil-Mini r- f.iiiv 'Id nir i n -it ih--r' irliinx li in 1. - And leaving their fnomoin u-i.iwaro On the wet .i:il4. "Many a m her with patient ariv WHtche.i b.T lull-- mie In. 1. 1 ami art"; M.-inv a wire with tlio.iliti' ul l;r,- Talked with hi r-liH-'txri 1 wi -oli -r way. ' ' ' The rriiff.l went mi til n etiele-4 How, Kootst-r ininir iiii: on in ttt:t'l That ixn-cr n.rn'n wntt touh, I know, "in any Intnl. ee. :iiil m r friend, " ...

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 September 1882

Local Items,. The Padacali Fir opens next TTedaesday od continues three days. 51 re Jennie Westbrook and Ml luey lsler ale visit 4o Et. Lonla. Big barbecue at Belmont, next Thursday. Cpt Itaotlb is alteadiog court at Clinton tbls week. II irk man merchants are bujing and handling bw goods. Mrs Jo. Steagala, of Cairj, is via i tthg friends in Hickman, this waek. The Columbus Beacon reports a great deal of aickneas in that county. RerJell and Miner, the two convicted Star Routers, have been granted a new trial, and released on ba'l. W. V. Colo, the circus man, will exhibit hia nine consolidated show at laioa City the 27th iu.U Uogs are iJ to be scarcer in thia po-tiou of the country 4Lis year than have been for a number of years. The corn crop ot the Mweiippi bottoms will be the largest and finest for years. In Minri deer may bo shot from uJ after September let, turkeys Sept 15th, and quail October I5th. Don't Yoti For;et If. Old Buck Is smashing high pries, and if yon want first Clae...

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 September 1882

Has iiust received tlio largest; I A full and f-oim.W line of t-14 r The largest and most clcjrant line' of jrentlemans readv made CLOTH-! ING, OVERCOATS, rtnderware,' in endless variety, all new, elecant I am tk tnater of tow prices itl Hickman and ara determined to! keep up the reputation. I meffu1 business. TVotli in v;, .:,a i lrx-k 1,1 .Now :uul i ashionafolcl (iOODS cvor l.rotilit to Iliek-j man. A li fall in prices. Ten! to Twenty er cent, saved in v-i erythiur bought at the low price house of " ! ir. iuiciian.nx. it : r . t T X . - I v . A w I errant UKI-.o C.Oons. LAUtS,i I A full line of SATINS, VEL-: i . , ;VP:TS, SILKS, fcc, at a full I discount ot from 10 to 20 per cent. ' IT. KUCIIAX.AN. ! A splemlid Mile rf Ladies' The most elegant line DIES' CLOAKS, ever of LA- brought? vou can All goodt warranted as repretcn ted; no deception; no old goods; no- KMIiliOID E 11 1 Ks c, LO VES. Misses' Custom'-Mifde Slioos. in -i' NECK-WEAH, DRESS TRIM MINGS, and HOSTK.IlY. all new stv...

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 September 1882

THE I1ICKM.1S COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman. Ky. Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. nnnr E 'V, 1 1 ; JLiL SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEADS, BILL-HEADS, invitations, etc; eto ' : - ir- OAIiXi AND NHJ3 Ut. ' . - m , OFTICX Holme Building, Clinton St. - : - r i m 4 - Tho Oldest Newspaper iu Westwn Kntuoky - ' i t ) I hr- -- -T Price of sucrjpn, .$2. - v ci firms' mood: ' I wnnt fh.it rose the wind took yesterday I witnt it more train tins: It hH'l no tlKirn it w is tho liost that grc. 1 want my lust n irtr s niss Jt I wnnt that butterfly vith spotted wlnss Tbiit lrnlie I uens niy hand "- .. Lnst ti'irht let"cii tlienunsct und Ujo Jew- It cauit' from rjir-nua. It wmild hnve ?avclI paiess, it wavered S- Whorenll Uti t j-;HiicS tLm; ' They fravo it "w.nV ti jri-t away from mo, 1 toat it In the gloom. And rosterilay the Ixt on alt UwiJnHcl i t ( clover sw CI tir so slow. I saw them tikfce thoir Uoury j but to-day . r . U'taey only stiiiij...

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 September 1882

r .j r i TUG illlk'm I01BIC11. HICKMAN. ken ;ti:cky. OSCULA TIOX. A SAXT.lSlitP TVf.. TVhoro tho summer lircrze" mingle) l'irfuiiies with the laden air, Aii'l the hineysuekie tilos-iotin Spread their f rtigruiicc everywhero, Just with.n the bewail veranda. In a shady. c-.hI retreat, I. hv our ht-n. Kick, rveliiiir.ir, caitiuied, o'ercouie with hear. Ilark ! a "ten upon the carpet, "l omiti heiv.' Hy Jove, it T,n! II. HPV ih .iiirhi' I'll teiitn a (dumber, Jiihi wii-'it sh'" wtil ilo.'" And his eyei. I then des'-emled O cr his laiiirhing liuzei eye. And with blissful ex :p''t:ition There ho wait(d i,r the pri.e. Xonrer. ticnrrcnin" the footsteps, r.iirhtly . a fairy's ten I. VhiU) within hi- wieked iiinUus',1 Kieharil waited for th'' end. Soitly iliev apitHi'ticil the sofa Surely bo it i th"v ort And, surprised mil juyel. ho felt a 'l'i hi i i kim tti-uii his check! - Thrilled with futiil imagination, l'l he xprairr with ardor then. And wilh love's iwii Imrni.ir p:lsioii 'l.isi-i hi ...

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 September 1882

Local Items, Miss Eddie Hoagtan, left Saturday to attend school t Russelville, K. Mrs Roj Nibletl is iiiiog rela tivea at Union City. There ie a boiiB-lfal supply of bogs ia Csatral Keatttdtjr. T1 MsjSell Fir? begins October Mrs. C. A. no.oon.be and tois fclaai Uoeglan, are visiting rsdueeb, tfclo week. Miss Julia Park, of Chattanooga. Team , ia visiting ker slater, Mrs. J. W. KwelL If yo want a Diet drris, some thing aew and stylish, go to ALEXANDER MAXWELL. Sam Kirkpattick, jr.. Ufl Wsdoes day, to take Id the Cincinnati exposi tion. Mr. V. A McCotcbtD, of Tadncab. as throw from a bujtgy, Sunday, and bad a rib brokea and Buffered other ia Jaries. Mr and Mm. W T. Bojd. of Na-h- llle, 111., are visiting relatives at the Laclede. The Colurobue Beaeoo will suspend October 1. The office will be removed to Jackloo, Tinn . where the proprietors or the Reaeou Will publish a daily peper. Walter Kinsmen, Jobo Majes, and Janes DodJs, left Tuesday morning, for Lexingtoa, te attend the Agri cul...

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 September 1882

n unu Has just received the largest stock of New and the low price house of H. Buchanan. A full and nnA TTnTT7.TW nil now mirl hnniit iT.,. v-1 it 10 to 20 DQY CCllt. ICSS than Call bft fminrl nlwher to 20 percent. A splendid line of Ladies and Misses' custom-made shoes, in all styles. Every pair wan-anted to give satisfaction. I lie most elegant line of -Ladies cloaks, ever brought to Hickman, on which you can save 10 to 20 per cent, by buying from H. Buchanan. All now and of the latest styles. The largest ind most elegant line of gentlemen's ready made clothing, overcoats, underwear, in endless variety, all new and substantial goods. We guarantee these goods to be full 10 to 20 pgr cent less than can he bought else- where. I am the maker of low prices in Hickman, ana am determined to Keep up tlie reputation. 1 mean uusiuuss. uumn iu mg yvmi- w vmcn, nu deception; no old gcoas; no auction goods; no oannrupt gooas; soia in tus nouse. Fashionable GOODS over brought to Hickman. A big ...

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. — 6 October 1882

the niraiT conniEu. Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEAD8, BILL-HEADS. INVITATIONS, ETC., ETO. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. HICK A. OFFICE Hrlnze BulUlng, Clintoa St. QEORGK . NVAJiKEN, Editor. "Price of Subscription, $2. ESTABLISHED m . HICKMAN. FULTON, OOtJ'NTY.tKENT.UQKV, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 0. 1SS2. VOL. XVIIIv'NO. 2. OAI1I1 A3VO M US. THE um GGUK J , .". ' ? J' I I . ' ! ; Tho Oldest NoMspapcrJu Western Knntucky. THE, 11 A F, FIELD. . , ... I any scs-ei saMCha nad mcrrv, So ir.iy with Hiiyvcrs, or so svvi-ct with nonar, ". As that of thro-ie unit the rinuit cherry, When niirits an tr ut pel and davs are 10115? Thr earth' It ih loirire n her. timo of gttdness, Th-silent- mi r shadow h;ivo passed awuy; There is nuih rr.' hut universal gladness Anions th huy. This is tho season whi'n lads and lasses Are up betimes in tho sunnv field; when th, swish of ttiu scythe lays low th ths .es. And the p.islnir hours ...

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. — 6 October 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. . ' ONLY A BOX. Only box, ecnre nl strong, Koiiirh and wooden, and six feet long; I.vinir here In tbe drizaltrur rain. Waitinir u take the up-bouod train. Onlyiwownor. Jiist insldo," ' " , Told and rivid, and (rlaasT-yd: t.lttlei to him if the train be Intel Nothing has he to do but wait. Only an open jrravp. aomewb ?rt, Keady to close when he (rets there1: Turfs and (rrawes and Uowereta oweet Kedy to press him 'neuth their feet Only a band of friend at home, Waitinir to see I he traveler come: Nauirbt he will teU of distant Inn; He cun not even press their hands. Ife has no stories weird and bright; , He has no frifts for a child's delight; He did not rome with anvtbinir; lie had uot even himself to bring. Yet they will softly him await. . . . , .nd he will move about in state: They will give him, when he appears, . Love and pity, and tender tears. Only n box, secure and stronir. Itoturh and wooden, and nix feet long; Angels guide that soulle...

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. — 6 October 1882

LOCAL COLUMN. PEKAAXAL. bS Mr. Chns. Rear, expres stent. mo td uis family to Hickman. Mrs. Ja. Fat,ua left Wclnevlay morn ing to visit relatives at Brownsville, Teni. RiVert Ottnent, attaohee of the Hick man Courier, left on lb steamer Gaff, to lake in las Cincinnati sspositioa. Mr. Warrick Cowglll left Monday morn ing for Loaiaville, where tie will spend the winter attending the Medical college Sir. Dick Moore and Charles Dour las, of Ilickman, ara attending the Si. Lonis Fair. Sam Kirkpatrick, jr., left Wicn day, to tako in the Cincinnati exposition. A 300 pound bog is now held to le worth $30. Il must come down. If you want a nice dress, ejmctbinp new and stylish, go ta ALEXANDER 3t MAXWELL. Irarrlptlwa, a leaJing speciality at Fortune's drng Store. Wood's Tills, Smith's Tomic Sjrop, Ayers Ague Cure, and other leading Pat ent medicines of the day, at FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE. Dr J N. Ootten left Wednesday morning for Batesville, Ark , called there by lbs dangerous illness of bis son....

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. — 6 October 1882

fUR UlJ1 ' i i-rt i Has just received the largest stock d New and Fashionable GOODS cvcr brought to Hickman. A big fall in prices. Ten to Twenty er ent. saved in everything bought at the low price house of II. lhieharian A-full and complete line of elegant DRESS GOODS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, GLOVES, N2CK-WEAR, DRESS TRIMMINGS, and HOSIERY, all new and beautiful, and at 10 to 20 per cent, less than can be found elsewhere. A full line of SATINS, VELVETS, &LKS, &c., at a full discount of from 10 to 20 percent. A splendid line of Ladies and Misses' custom-made shoes, in all styles. Every pair warranted to give satisfaction. The nost elegant line of Ladies' cloaks, ever brought to Hickman, on which you can save 10 to !iU per cent, by buying lrom 11. Isuclianan. All new and ol the latest styles. The largest and most elegant line of gentlemen s ready made clothing, overcoats, underwear, in endless variety, all new and substantial goods. We guarantee these goods to be full 10 to SO pe...

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. — 13 October 1882

IT. THE HICKMAN COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman. Ky. Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. nnif TTTV com j ? ' - V " t S.A.X.E BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEADS, BILL-HEADS. . INVITATIONS, ETC , ETO. "f i l -r T c j 77 j atld'nf , Cllntoa HI I) 1 5? it OFMCE-Hdnis B St.. : s f ill f . . OEORGK WAtUElV Editor j , i 5 if. Price of Subscription, $2. f ,IiSTABrJSIIE L) 1859. t V HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY; KENTUCKY; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1SS2. VOL. XVII 40. 3. OAIiIi AND SUB US. " HICM1 JL JlJ-d T- I have been xs Pvty oulnder.he. trws, V N A litiki party. 1t w;!S nt'-mako be lieve;" I thought tuysctt younjj though I m really a mother. My pri were my sistriMrwboy my brother. t. f 4 , We sat on the srr-eewlrVass. .gurtabtB ra stone. Oyster shells were our plates, the knives for Were the Key" 6f tne-"iriaplSTbiir r$rlTwere,: cleft sticks., . . . ... Our nilcint, were leajest-oui the taMs wer six. TheflrlouwatfilvhrIl' made ttwoup: i - We "pretended to tas...

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. — 13 October 1882

'-'. 4, -a t ... v; .-- is""-"" . j: i i- -I" 1 ill TMr fcl,. T. Ill -V '- .' :.-.. - .1flnnniMW T, W " 11 mm mm '1 iW4.im uiuM -it" i t,. - ,t:r. 0-wk .).-- 1 0 " , ' f ' 1 ( t mini 1 in rwmaa&uaatmem --1 M I. ' " ' . THE IIICfflN. COURIER. t - t . - " s ... HICKMAN. KENTUCKY TUE- OLD FROST. DOOR x T remember tke time wbn I used to sit, ' A happy and thoughtless boy. When father came homo from his work at last. And I wiia tireil of tny toy I rt moiiiberthc time, and none more sweet .. Shall I know for-vermore, When I snt at ove by my mother ld j On the sill ol the old front door. 1 rt member I d sit till I fell asleep. And list to their lovin talk, While the crickets chirped, ana tltft nretuqa ' iTifrht Fie over the srrdeii walk. Ami often would father tell the tale,- 4 x 4 -. i f the irne lonir years before. When he Ird his bride to a happy home O'er the Hill of tho old front door. 1 remembcrwhen rJfahor failed aadctie4. And eiirhtf years old was be. --- And well I knew that n...

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. — 13 October 1882

., v- - . - u f e LOCAL NEWS. PEKSONAL. Mr . Albert Taliaferro, of Browos ville, Tenu., is visiting tlickmaa. Mr, fleory Judge it vieittDfr her father. W. T. Buchaer, Charleston, Mo., ad will b absent several weeke. The health of the country ia said to be Improving. The clieajieet place in town lor grocer i at A. M. DUJOWS. Tb county tax in Hickman eointy ia fit ad at $2 60 poll, and 15 cents on the $100. We aell for cash; have no biul debt to culWtj aud guarantee our gootla the very beat for the money. a trial. A. M. Dr.HOW. Be. Willi White ha been re-elected aoiaoa school commissioner for Hickman county. AVe buy everything. Bring on your pro diK-r, beans, pea, potatoes, hides, wool and frathvrs, barter and egg. A. M. Dr.BOW. Tb? pest ten days have bef eerj favernbl weather far drying tip the eorn, and It ia iw thought thai the laleei pleated I en t rely af from froat. IT joo wast a nice dress, sjmethiog new aad stylish , f o ta ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. The aweet potato crop of thi...

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. — 13 October 1882

ffT; 1 TT! m m Hi ttfSESiftV. A lias just received the largest stk of New and Fashionable GOODS ever brought to Hickman. A bij? fall in prices. Ten to Twenty per ieht. saved in everything bought;, t the low price house of H. iWhaii.W A full and complete line of elegant DllESS GOODS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, GLOYES, NECK-WEAK, DRESS TRIMMINGS, and HOSIERY, all new to 20 percent. A splendid broiiir.it to Hickman, on winch von a ' w . -! j ii -11.. --. -wry a . - . n n t A l .' Vl ' ready made clothing, overcoats, underwear, in endless variety, an new anti substantial goods. v e guarantee these goods to be lull lu u) pcr cent less than can be bought else where. I am the maker of low prices in Hickman, and am determined to keep up the reputation. I mean business. Death to high prices, All good uarrantcd as represented; no deception; no old goods; no auction goods; no oanKrupi gooas; soia in utts nousc. 5 and beauWul, and at 11) to per cent. less tuan can be found elsewhere. A lull line ol S...

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. — 20 October 1882

m MCD1AX COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRiDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. ft' Fine Job Printing -EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. 8ALE 23IX.X.S, ENVELOPES, LETTEB-HEAD8, BILL-HEADS. INVITATIONS, ETC , ETC. THE HICKJV. OFnCE-Beinxe Building, CUntoa St. QEORGE WAHIUCX, Editor. Tlio Oltlost NowHpaper iu yesteru Kentucky. Price of Subscription, $2. ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1SS2. VOL. NVIIL--N0wi. oaojXi a iv 13 es vi i-j vs. LAN coin CONTRARY MEN. Borne men do writa when they do wrong; Anil mnio lit live wandyu; Am) some tire "snort" when they ar loni. . And stand when ttioy do lie. A man Is surly when he's lute; Is "round when he Is siure; He dl- curly and dilute. And may bo foul when "fair." He may bo "fast" when ho Is slow. And "looso" when ho Is "liht," And "hiRh" when he is verv liw. And heavy when no's "lisht." . He may bo wet when ho ts "dry: He may ! 'Vretit" when small; May purchase when he won't Ifoby; r Have naught when be bus...

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. — 20 October 1882

THE HltHIiY COURIER. HICKMAN. KENTUCKY" ONLY A BABY. Only littlo half-worn shoo Nothing more; Only a rnirired, broken doU On tbe floor. Only a little, empty bed. Smooth nnrl white: Only a pair of blue eyes hid From the light. Only two busy little hands Jdlnow; Only no little voice to ask ' Why or how. Only a tiny (widen curl La'd away Where only Mother's eyes than look Day bv day. Only one little prayer the less At twilight; On!y no little fnoo to kiss Every night. Oplyone little name to sob O'er and o"er: Only ow- little form to clasp Nevermore. Only a little frrave to tell the is dead; Only a little lily net At her heHd. Only a littlo snow-white stone With her naim. Dates to toll us when the lef f us. When she came. Only t mcm'ry vanished quite From the Earth. Save the meni'ry In h?r heart who Gave her birth. Only this was her little life, 'l'his her death A short, sweet f nurrancc, floetioa; soon j.me a ureata. Chicago Tribune. a n am; e no us guide. CHAPTER I. . Fraulftn Schwart...

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. — 20 October 1882

LOCAL NEWS. He member that Jutle John II. tSrate, lit Democratic nominee for Can 'grean, ft-ienks in lilckmaa to-day, at 1 o' clock. We are nol advised whether Col. Turner and Mr. Houston will be present or nol. They Lave been holdiug joint dis cuisions at other points, and we therefore hope ail three may be present. Hickman usually give poor audiences to public pVttkere, but as this is an important con. lest, involving issues of 'rast importance, we hope ike Unsinesa men and ciiiicnS generally, wilt turn out. tug- ALL-WOOL UNDERWEAR, for ladien and gents. Aleo, a fresh supply Of DRESS GOODS, Trimmings, Military Br.iJ in all colors, 5.0. , at ALEXANDER MAXWELL. The acreage in wheat io tLU couuty will be something larger than the aver 'age. jjj- A line of 'haniiiorr.a WALKING J ACK ETf, j!it received. Something new! Ladieh. cp.1I and examine. ALEXANDER & MAXWELL. The cheat! place in town ioJ Rrooerics 1 nt A. M. DtLOW'S. II ! hoijs! a lingJotn for has-!! The nost bountlftil mnst ...

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