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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 20 October 1882

mcm ! into !- V W ;Uct received the lnra"f cfrr-k of New and Fashionable GOODS ever brought, ( Hickman. A big fail in prices. Ten to Twenty por rent, saved in everything bought '& liar the low price house of II. Ihieh-nian. A iull ana complete line 01 elegant Ultima GOO-USs uas&&, iUimoijLxtiiLS, ulu i, xiv-viiiAK, uiiX xiiiiuiuxr )isevviiuiu. j.3l lull iiii- vi oajljaci, Vuij jl'j a aivs, oce., at a ma discount ui uum iw . . , rill -. . i -l -. . w . - .7.iv,. ' A. - ' , i ..y .-,3 ami iivoij-iiv j. y tin nuu iiini Deauulii tiu - i v v uim - to 20 percent. A splendid line Ladies and Misses custom-made shoes, m ail styles, livery pair warrant eu to give satisfaction. nc most elegant line ot Ladies cloaKS, ever brought to Hickman, oh which ilu can save 10 to 20 per cent, by buying from II. Ihiehanan. All new and of the latest styles. The largest and most elegant line of gentlemen's ready made clothing, overcoats mulerwear, in endless variety, all new and substantial goods...

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. — 27 October 1882

r4' TflE DICRMAN COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. nn emci-Brine Bulldlac, CUntoa 8U , OEOROK WARREN, Editor. Price of Subscription, $2. HICKMA CO" CJKIEK Tlio Oldest NeWspapcr iu WogteriiKeiitnoky JIEIi FAN. Co I am to keep you, little fun! 'While ebexes to waltz with the eighteenth mail, Weill now that I have you, the question, sweet, la, whotber to kiss you, or batter ami beat? That you've been her accomplice. In momenta gone by. In trick to torment me, you cannot deny 1 How oft. from her sldo, I've been ordered to r To hunt fur your funs hip, high and loir,, And been, for not finding- you. frowned at and chid. While. 'neath her own furbelows, basely you bid! If you weren't Just warm from her clasp, I fear You'd have fluttered your last at wirces, my dc-itr! This, too, in the eorl she cruelly twists. . In my envious sight, round her milk-whits wrists; A 'id this, the edge she'd do nothing but bite. When I prayed for oae word, in the soft star light. ...

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. — 27 October 1882

THE HICKMIV COURIER. HICKMAN. KENTUCKY BIND-WE ED. The verdant (rarlsnds crwpi nd twin About the branches of the riiie. And hold In ckiso embrace The bluthlna- beauty of the iroe That year by year untended grows In this deserted place. lta blossom, like a shallow cup Of purest Parian, lifted up, U f ull of morning- dew; M v comely lilies, nursed with ear . I To irlad the -rur-Jen borders, wear No whiter, purer hue. And yet, and yet, I know the vfnw . W hereon Its graceful irarlands twins Hd come to better fruit If this luth R-rowth of white and great). The blud-weed's close and clm-rlng- screen. Had never taken root. And yet, and yet, I know the rose That Ihrouirfa its greenness glints and glows Hail come to fuller Mower If this fruj-ilo psrasite tlnd never prf ad its green anil whit To summer sun and shower. I pull the tender leaves apart. Tbore lies a lesson, oh, my heart I Beneath the bind-wet-J spray It sapa the vine and dwarfs the Bower 8o clinging human love hath power To sap ...

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. — 27 October 1882

LOCAL NEWS. Fiaaapottou Lake bow t aBMbs ,ra now unxiously reiJi.tig up aa la ilia probable piles ofcoru aud col Tub articie titled "!larVe(st Moou," in' this issue, written by Mi. Rosa pa vis. It ia wall written and iutereau ng. i . ' ; LOUT, . ,A VALJSTj, .near Harrison . bill, aontant iu aiajr,, rf pants aud aercral shirts. .Tha Rtider wi'.l ba liberally rewarded by ltiug the asms t tlie Courier office. uot. afitii, i&a. oscAR rilet. Tac fuliea Ilantisg Club will atart on 'their auuual built ou Raolfoot Lake, Not. Tib. Hi. S. J. Buabart, lost a Utile sou1 YeJocsJay, of this week. Ye leader Byicpalby t) these; breaVeJ "pireulj. TiCsbc Ue baeu so feral iit'-it frost iu this station, but nut aufficis'at to Jo auy damage. , ALL-WOOL UNDERWEAR, for ,ladis and grot. Ibo,. fcesb supply of UHEod GOODS, Trimmings, Military braid iu all color. &c, at ALEX.vNDLB S. MAXWELL. Tm exr'cisi o'l lb Hickmaa Literary ' Po'iety are ft rowiug very iutereating. It meets every FriJay'uTgbl at l...

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. — 27 October 1882

1 V1S;... IP mm (6 A bipr fall in prices. Ten to Twenty per rent. sayed in everything l;onjiht n Has the low find ever to 20 brought ;1 se dlcss Variety, isin ean business. Death to high prices. All good frrrrivinfcd as rcprvsentcd; no Where. I am the maker of low prices in Hickman, and am determined to keep up the reputation. deception: no old goods; no unction goods; no hauler apt gtods; sold m this house, e$3wih pri. aria '-'5 M'ir-' Wr "li J. THE HICKMAN COURIER PUBLISHED KVEBY IIiHAT BY K O ft E W A II II 21 S "s JtlCKHAK, : : : : : KENTUCKY. v 1 FRIDAY, OCT. 27, 1S82 fAH !EJIOBATH ItfTOnn TO IJ-Ii- (iilAll miivtwi , v 1 Grace id a true Democrat aniUpb- . Jud -tw! sm and is'prcsenfed as penoeolTer iug to unite the divided democrats of ibis Congressional district. k ; it nniinno of ft Convention to lie sure, but he is also a candidate at te olioiiatioa of a respfclablo nurab?rof democrats who hae heretofore and yet oy-ptit coateticuS. Hi libertt eliirao ter makei him accepi blo ...

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. — 10 November 1882

THE MCKM1 COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman. Ky. OrnCE-nvlmc Bulldlag, Clinton St. OEORGV. WARREN, Kclitor. Price of Subscription, $i HER MAJESTY C11RISTIXE. I am seventy, vrny nnil staid: I love well a iittlo jimiil. Ami fh.j rules m-i like a queen. Fhe bos tmrrh n royal way. Whsiie or sh n:ay suy, 1 am eaer to ohey Her auuill .Majesty Christine. Phe has rol-s of wondrous white, the has mcsUcs day and fcrifrht, I.a e and ribbon for a queeu; Golden crown is not so tuir An bi-rerown of golden bair. Ab. what maiden can nimpar Wilh her Majesty Christine I I hMve seventy summers told; She's exiii-tly tivo years old: 1'romptly Mill obys tnanimo. But no one has ever seen Puch a slave to an cpicon An I am to svet 1'uristsne When she calls tu grandpapa. Slunj .1. liurr,.in Harder ifrekl'j. COMETS. Trof, Prortnr's Vlfwt About Comet unit Tiirlr Peculiarities. T.i the E-iitor the Xeie Irf fcmld: During the last twojears ninny comets, seme of them bright ones, have heou...

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. — 10 November 1882

THE IIICKi! Ltl. KENTUCKY ACROSS THE VALE. Childhood dwrlls in a chnrmed clime, 'in tile orient bordi-ra of Life and Time V hero the heavens bend low to the Bowers, ami the briyht. Swift moment stay their hawtinjr fitS-i, I'neertain whether these confines bo Trnets of Time or Eternity: to that the tiavs like summers seem, And the numniers reach to an intluito dream Of beautiful earth and sunny sky. That scarce moves by. Thn adventurous feet of Youth advance Throuirh realms of passion and fair romance, Wliere still the rosy and silver streaks Of that earlier elime tint brow and ctieeks; And vistas of hope stretch endlessly, AVith apples of (rild on every tree. And pendulous lisions rnoitin? in air: Just seen the chs'j of black-browed Car; While the hawy-laden minutes hie More swirtly by. In the valley beyond a villaire lies: A rainbow laugh In the chttiiiri'tul skies. I see the younir men making bay. A mother watchinir her babe at play. Anil steeples, and liirs for a river runs adf; ...

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. — 10 November 1882

LOCAL NEWS. Thirty hour of incessr.nl ruin fell here Ti csdy night nd Wednesday. Very Chp. Fine BRONZE LAMP compW. for one dullir, L FORTLM.S. Tl river bas not reached low water mark Ibis (son. Ip you want TICKLES In brin. (to to 3 J. W. ROGER'S. Tub price of corn is slightly better thn last weeks quotations, and tho Tarraer is rco ursged. Tit Memphis Conferance of the Metho dist church will convene at Dyersburjr, ?eno., on the 6th. The delegntes from Hickman, will leave about next Monday or Tuesday. PURFU-MERY. Tocket Knives, Toilet Soaps, at FORTUNE'S. Tn Hickman Literary Society present nn interesting programme for to-night. Some essays and recitations, and a more liberal musical programme than hereto fore, which embraces some of the best musical talent of the city. Try SEA-FOAM (Caking rowder),the leet in use, at FORTUNE'S DRUG STORE. IupoiT!kT. We are authortied to state that business of importance will be brought before the Lodge of Royal Tern. l1rs on next Monday night, and e...

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. — 10 November 1882

PUSh asm mm Hatt tri ft) i r E M W0 mi; TTni finst TOPoivnl flio Inro-nc ou f Vow the low price house of H. Buchanan-- A full and complete lhnTof elegant DRESS G0D$ LACES, EMBROIDERIES, gLGVES, NECK-WEAR, DRESS TKIMMINgS, and HOSIERY, all new and beautifil, and at 10 to 20 per cent, less than can be found cohere. A full line of SATINS, VELVETS, SILKS, &e., 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 most elegant line of Ladies' cloaks, ever brought to Hickman, on which yba ran save 10 to 20 per cent, by buying from II. Buchanan. All new and of the latest styles. The largest and most elegant line of gentlemen's ready made clothing, overcoats, underwear, in endless variety, ail new and substantial goods. We guarantee these goods to be full 10 to 20 per cent less than can be bought else where. I am the maker of low nriceY hi Hickman, and am determined to keep up ...

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. — 17 November 1882

Fine Job Printing --EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. rni I: BALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTEK-IIEAD8, BILL-HCE rS. V , ' INVITATIONS, jrc.','ETa QATiTi A.TSO aSUJiJ US. OnriCX-BMnie Bulldlas, Cllntoa St. QEORO K WARREN, Kditor. Tins Oldest Ntvwjmper iu Wostcirii Kfiutucky. Price of Subscription, $2. ESTABLISHED 1S5. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 'IV ISS2. VOL. XVIIL-rXO, 8; T1IE IHCKMAN COURIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. GKMA1 GO UK 7 la swerst rertlure near my home A nise-biisn irrows to (rial my eye; Its spreadinjr brunches form h dumt An perfect a tho archinir sky. Its leaves nr.' n't aii'I blithely jrreen. As virion snow its blossoms white. Its roses blush the lovely sheen Of Nature bathed in moriilnfr lijrht: The sunshine "riven their perfumed sight And breezes kiss them pii-i riR- by. My bush, with lova ana liifbt aiflow. Is childhood's dream of lonif ago. One day a lowlr litrva sped With toilinir stretches toward my pet; AnoD ...

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. — 17 November 1882

THE IIKKMIX COURIER. HICKMAN. KENTUCKY THE TUHXIXO OF THE TIDE. Because a great Incoming wave Urinn-! to mv foot suci-oss, . Tho riches of the tea and land To comfort and to bless, gball 1. quite nure of hvitin-j rooa. He puirwl with foolish prlle? Nay I sooner let m watch and wait The turning of the tide. For many a soul hath found itself Kich at the noon of life It may have been by herltasre, Or dint of toil and strife Hath (rnthered in it. arirosiea Of grold. from far and wide To Hud them disappearing at The turningof the tide. Khali I. because my wheat looks fair, My barley and my rye; llecaiwo my f rulx-trcea blossom out lu-nt-ntn a sweet June eky 5rmll I be sure of coming time. Of months us yet untried? NhvI MMinerlet tne watch and wait Tho turning of the title. For many a garden fair hath givea A promise sweet as mine Hiith hung its emerald banners out On bush, and tree, nd viue And yet the buds that promised best In summer droughts have died, While men with saddened faces, m...

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. — 17 November 1882

LOCAL NEWS. iitcon wjk nnicn struck us iunduy tiighl is received with much pleasure by old and young. The htls child cf 'Mr. and Mrs. Ilo'lie Turuer died, Sildenly, SunJay morning Our etncere condolence lo t!ie bereaved parer.ts. Very 'l tip Fine BRONZE LAM I' ccn-pVir. for one dollar, at FORTUNE S. 7"iik ladies of t Ii e Episcopal cliurcli, Fulton, gave an oyster supper Tuesday Uighi, and realized betwren 510 and lor church purposes. If you want TICKLES in brit. go to J. W. ROG ER S. The llJies of the Episcopal church were to give a supper Inst night f?r church and charitable putp.sesj winch we risk noth ing in saying was a phndid en tcrtain ment.and we trust was well palronii-d. PERFUMERY, rocket Knives, Toilet Sot.ps, Sc., at FORTUNE'S. Mr. Joitx Kistxfr, of Hickman, iefi lues-jay raotning fur Mel ropolis, Iils., be married to a rounir ladv of that plan. The bride and groom are expected to 13 l"".e in Hickman to day or lo morrow. Try SEA-FOAM (Baking rowder),th lest iu use, at FO...

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. — 17 November 1882

9 "V '1 -s I t, - - . .'. Has just received the low price house oi II. Buchanan. A lull and complete line of elegant DRESS GOODS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, GLOV5& NECK-WEAR, DRESS TRIMMINGS, anil HOSIERY, all new and beautiful, and at 10 to 20 per cent, less than can be found elsewhere. A full line of SATINS, VELVETS, SILKS, &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 satisfactim. The most elegant line of Ladie's cloaks, ever brought to Hickman, on which you can save 10 to 20 per cent, by buying from II. Buchanan. All new and of the latest style. The largest and most elegant line of gen tlemen's ready made clothing, overcoats, underwear, in endless Variety, all new and substantial goods. We guarantee these coodsto be full 10 to 20 ner cent less than can to bought elcewhere. represented; no THE HICKMAN COURIER PUBLISHED EVKBY fKiDAT DT CKMA iV, kextucky: F1UDAY. NOV. 17. 1882...

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. — 24 November 1882

THE IlimilV f OLRIER. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, Ky. OmCK-HMoie Balldlnr, Cllnttm St. OEOROK WARREN. Editor. Price of Subscription, $2. A DUE AM OF HOME. Tle eun'8 civ stunt the path along. The ht is b ilm.r ns In Jim : Ifco robin sijiirs his eveniar sonir. And tbneiirii tn" ';v th i new, Kruy moc Moves uUinly on, ruii-ainmMed, free. But sumulliiuj- wliisp-rs utilo tuo ".Not yetl" The brook .liur us It g'i'ly Bows, The fro ero.iks ly the water's rim; There in content the LI tfrowrs. Anil there the Hios, ilnninir. swim. T hear nn I se.i the o:d brown mill, . Out ah, thos 9ii I wo.-.Is haunt ino still 'Not yet :" la clover menlows broa-1 nd fair, In drowsy mood the cows await The farm boy'soail upon the r. While, with hi pail, beside the srnte Which P"ns ii vn the grassy lane. My bruttiwr bi-e.ithes thoso words of para ".Not j et 1" Thnti-pled church, the school home near, Tha wood where I have roamed t will; The q:iHliit. old farm house, to hie dear. My youthf...

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. — 24 November 1882

y saN'-.1" i . THE niCKBM COURIER. KENTUCKY TUAXKSQI riXQ. When the orchards with blossoms were blush ins:. Tho willows unrolling their leaves. And the fields with the to ruler wheat flushing TbU soon would be waving with sheaves. Not then went the toiler to labor. The task of subduing toe earth. With the sound of tho pipe and tho tabor, ' With anthems of joyam.-e and mirth. Nor ret when processional Bowers l'nssed on th return the light or the jrloora, When tho vivid and picturvsii'ie hours l-austiii'il out in a splendor of tiloom. When tbo oriole, royal and irolden. Flushed forth like a (rem in the sun. Still man by stern duty wastboldeu, 2'ot yet was tho victory won. j When the vines on the trellis were burdened With clusters ull purple and sweet; When the hand of the worker was guerdoned With bounty of harvests complete; When wide over mountain and valley The banners of autumn, unfurled In a vast and mavnitlcvnt rullv, Sued lustre aud pomp o'er the world; Then pausing to think o...

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. — 24 November 1882

- :f. ' r.VC' M . n i) LOCAL NEWS. Tne jrreen grc'eir ! Ihe one who never b iver'.ises aud pctls on a credit. Tt coat Kentucky 5-3,000 to guarj tie --:soners Ieal and Craft from the mob Tub United Slates Court is in session :,i riU'oah, this week. Mr. Jamc Mocrk, of Union City, ami ,V; On'vin Rrperi, of Woodland Mills, v-'-e married Wednesday of last week. ?tt. MRT! GiLHonE, of Union City ttis married !n Nashville last week, to Mis Katie M. R. Cleary. T). Aitoxk Wilting, formerly of Hio'c nun, is to be married in Evansville, Ir-d':- 1. on the 31th of this month . -Mi. ani Mrs. IIsnbt JrpiE lost, their T.itle babe, Tursday evening. May the great Comforter solace Ibern in tbe'r .---ur of aRUction. The ladies of the Hickman Episeop.il church gave a supper Thursday niftht la'., and realized something over $1C0 f-r church purposes. Mr. Tom Corbett. of Paducan, was in U;kman, Wednesday, canainj? as lo i interests in the race for Register of Land Office. TiirMoNeM fVmy -v'Ul exliibit in Tl...

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. — 24 November 1882

' J 7 r-j',. ..-: 1 k-.. 'jt-v-y vvav l'M.l"""U. S3 53 t A. 1 M lit I J rfrnfrlM i'j Sic-.i.?' t'-.'i lit .X'j ' - ..... : -4 m pi 1? Stacks of BLANKETS and COMFt)ET; Cords of . JEANS ; big lot of fine m7l3HCOATS ; immense-stock of READY-MADE CL'OTHING; LADIES' CLOAKS; Worsted Uress Goods; Woolen "JACKETS; Woolen Hosiery, &c, at a still further decline. Now is the time. per cent. .-- J- THE HICKMAN COURIER PUBLISHED EVERY FKiDAT BT i K ) It i: W A It It K X . IIICKMAX, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. NOV. 24. 1882. POLITICAL J.VftI.NTF.RS wlnci. i'e uepabitcan mnjoritie? Tub Greenback party faiteI o electa ingle member of the next Congress. Tub Kentucky State Grange oieet at Eminence, Dec. 1 2 1 fa . Tui next Congrcs, which convenes De cember 1883, will be Democratic by 50. Sure enough, John D. White nn'l ?ul bertson, liro Republicans, are ecieJ to Congress in Kentucky. Ingersoll'i prophetic eye discovers sea onei PresiJential timber tu Gen. Sher man. Don. Butlor has been enlhusinstically Dom...

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 December 1882

THE HMM1 COURIER. ! PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, By GEORGE WARREN, Hickman, iCy. OfnCK-HflnM Building-, Cllntoa St. OEORQE WARREN, Editor. Price of Subscription, $2. JUL tit HIGKMffl COURIE I- i i I The Oldest Newspaper in W0tr Ittoly. ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN. FULTON COUNTY, iKENTUGHn?! Fine Job Printing EXECUTED With Neatness and Dispatch. BALE 23IX.T,S, ENVELOPES, LETTER-HEADH, BILL-HEADS, INVITATIONS, , ETC. ETC. U'Ji'H VUJfTJsjfT. v.'hst I; iv; libit tin nciirlihnr hiuh? .-Mrtiosr -m. ' 11 t. His linen ishiirn; V.v-r t r bun i . tne fj-:i -i niM-p ith; H:li! are -te las hespuM W. 1!? (MiisiiiK : f.i lit Iv se.ir u, the planes - :in si-nve from h's to.v.ie- the aere span T'i'it hi- li ills I iv rufht; :itil there is no chance I hut 1 ever sh ill be s jrrcat a man. pa-it career is a -t tinlcs paire. Hi' is stern, t ut :i -r never atirht but fair; I.. beautiful iff is bttt hnlf his aire, And laces ui; 1 silk ai-e her dailv wear. Ho wuuH seem t) li:ive wt'iiri?) uf fate' ca ress. Beoou...

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 December 1882

ratiaw 4 "ft J,. THE IIKKHM COURIER. KENTUCKY AX AVIUMX REVERIE. j" . x. In Hold and wood the purple aster's bloomina. Where nodding: plumes of golden rod are seen: And wayside ferns thoir Autumn dress assum ing Have put aside their earlier robes of gTeen. CVvil re theclouds abovo ttaoreanl mountains. Though trro rind tush with color are airluw. AnUMiiKVtfh brooks, changed into tumbling fountain. O'er rock and root In rapid currents flow. From treeto tree the thrifty Riiuirrel's leaping1, lluutimr the wulnnt.i and the winter-store: n'hilo tbroiiifh the ficitU, amid tns stubble reuimiir. A Tnj riii't Uiwtof roaming- insects pour. ... On shaded walks thecolored leaf is falllna-. The pasture lands are tnrninirbrown and sere. And from the sky the ctiutu-iiDjf crow is call ing. And not a bird of summer singeth here. The summer days have come and have de parti -t. The tlub of health I ihinc-lnsr to deoav. And earth take bai k the life that it Imparted, To hold it tor her resurrection day....

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 December 1882

LOCAL NEWS. Tii inal sluJsnls at Clinton College hv or.jar.iied ft military company. Ar liiandTiU a row between Johfl and Tjm Riley resulted in thj serious dining of the Utter. Whisky eud aa old grudge. Eldu Pitlkb. tit ht Christian Church, will preach the niptit ehtifcb at 11, a. m , Sundsy ml Sunday iiisht. Tnu first quarterly meeting for this Conferenos year of the Hickman M. E. clturoli, cotuiuencs Saturday night, and continues Sunday and Sunday night. Elder K- P.lUroeey will b preseuli DItEPSKD HOGS Wanted. White mill Onn. ISriog in yonr Wheat and Seed I'oiton.' We r imping more lor See.! Cotton Ibau anjboJjr. Fresh Groceries mid l'rniious lowr than lbs lowest, lletter Flour, for less mouey, than can be tound in our market. ,'OWELL & BEO. TuE-jcenta alditiqnal school tax for thi Uiekroau Hcbo-.l disirict carried at the tlectiau, Saturday last, - by SO nmjority. This, we are udvied, secures a ten mouths session of tue free school. Why do ii.l ilock o IMaul s for their Wiuier...

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