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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 January 1873

A. .A -Ncvfarpf.thgDfc 7 The bill 9f exception invor of Stoke has baerC oomp!eiel,'ajid wiU'oou b Wgoed before Judge BoardTflatt. 7r he will not grwiJBetrcn$-.e li$ will JwJr X every one of the thirtr-oue Judges of the Su preme Comf-j tokc is mch Rejected.- Henry C. Boweu, of the Brooklyu Union, threatens to bring half a dozen emits against the Tribtniunlesthe j eoit afcaBist fctfii in withdrawn, j It iirim6red,.4hat' tie Tbiigs is about to bring a libel suit againt the World for a recent publication, jai w'uii the private life of parties connected with tho' Times ia falsely described. The war among nes-Mpapcra grows warmer, daily, and, some paftgjiine polppjia, ar$ aotiaipfctuigductaia ooQgejuace. -" Wm. J. Ilealy. U. S. X., has been arretted in 2ow.Y.urk foe defrauding tLnJ -r6vruiBeat of S-10,000, i Several Qaarter-niauterwof the steamship Denmark Bavd been arretted for smuggling ill York." ' ' ;" - Boston rpports 56 deaths from small-pox the past weel:. : ' ' ' , ; " - dbwejjo, ...

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 January 1873

4 THE BEOOK Cp In m nHd. -where Jew Trim f-nTnn to iaoX. There Uvea and (logs a lonely little brook ; Xiveth and siDgeth in the dreary tines, Yet ereepetli on to where the daylight shine. ' Pure from, tjieir heaven, in mountain chalice caught. It drink thu-raiiJ, an drinks the notil her thought ; And down dim hollows wfaerg it winds along, Pours itita4mlin.of-MJiBtgped scng, I catch the murmur of its undertone, Tliateigheth ceaBelesgly, Alone ! alone ! . And hear afar the rivers gloriously tiiout on their paths toward the shining sea ! The Toiarful rivers, chanting to the sun. And wearing names of honor, every one i Outreaching wide, and Joining hand with hand To pour ereat gifts along the asking land. Ah, lonely breok ! Creep onward through the pines Frets through the gloom to where the daylight fchiocs S'ng on among the stones, and secretly i il how tlie floods are all akin to thee ! Drink the tweet rain the gentle heaven sendetb ; Hold thine own path, bnwover-ward it tendeth ; F....

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 January 1873

UCKM AN COURIER. s o i o "V n i r e n , OFFICE : j or:ier of Jackson and Kentucky (up stairs.) vl.it Xevapaptr in tern Kentucky. i:uoi:r.t: w.nnr.x, Editor. vturday. JAN 18. 18T3 I.Tail Routes. I Til K COUNTIES OF ill nun. Fulton. Grnxr. McCrackea. Jiil.irJ. Marshall. Call""-. Tripz. Lv-i'i. Livingston, Caldwell aud T!,' l' imt!T Genera! will receive v.,l4 uoti! 2 P. M, March 2U. i : .?:!! Imlnreh !o Eddyville. 11 tiilev nd bji it. three time a week. 1 rcui-borgh Tuesday, Thursday an 1 S-n :. ,.t at 8 a m; n;v;-.i Fddyvilie hy 12m: ; ( r'.fly villa Tuesday, Thursday and 5 ' ;;rdsy at '2 p ti; '.rtv-e ut Pycusburgh by 6 p a. ' if :.. ?t.nfori. by liii rai:z'.iam and Vogle'a I : ? k'lu (n o., to Kddyville, 24 miles to b .tk. once a week. :T? lii'Htun Fridry at 8 a m; . ; . rr; r.t Kddyville by o p in; r.n Kddyville Saturday at 8 a m; . :; i v at Bentou op n. ""..A. iiuii "iil3u, iO Jluri-jr, 40 mil;a : sid back, once a week. ! --I've IWr.tcn Friday at 5 a m; -iTe at Murray by p an; r-...

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 January 1873

THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY. : JAtf. 18. 1873 Rill. The editor of ih CoCRIE hi teen cnrfiueo1 lo hi be4 iue Mood j cf thi week. wliieU i our apoloy fot J.ck o'' editorial aoJ 'oral matter i i! in tue l'HTNrv Ciiwkt - Fbe (ro,e'diii .f ilie Coui'fy Cmnt it Motid-iy w -n- u- l ( mich importance further, town ti e rceiviu of tl bouJ and w.rinf "f Mr Jim. I. Tjler, tlt t.ev nl.t-ritf V L tJardner mum cworn in, and i. u the anting deputy V Mr. T)!er. The III v kb The Ohio river is r poife J cit ir ,f ice to Pit Ishurgb. tod llie pteiiniboiita liave resumed buiws The upper M ijKiii i Mill looked with ire, aud uavimiou entirely au piiiJed. TtIK weather im tt. l4t fw day li a assumed every Jb.ae Ltiuwo to the alruunc nnkert. Heavy ruin, auu wi.rm -j riijr-Iil weather, for the first day ol li e week, when uo We do ra ti y ni:lit(a -udJeo iliatij'e tuck t.Ut-r and a miow stnrm el iu widen lusted evrral li-iij ime wlieu. it ha In-en runiii iu the ueiiil.brliti'lf i zi-im. Po fjr it ha been t...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 January 1873

i i . hi in ' r ' - - a" IM miM.:m.irlMJ -y-i.t g. j ...... ., ' )""'"' " "' " ' V THE EICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY. jAJi. 13. 1873 The Itor t h CocRlt b- been or fined to l i- bed siuc Monday eif this week, which i our apohnry fur Nek editorial and 'oral matter i il i- is-ue CoUNTY Ci;Kr - fhe proefedinii f the t'uui ty CVuit in Monday Um w?re. u--t .! much importance furthr. than ti c receiving t.f the buud and wariif in f Mr Jt.o. I. Ty ler, the t.ew sheriff W L 'Jardner was sworn iit, and is dm the sating deputy Mr. Tyler. The Kivkb The Ohio river is r potted oar uf ice to Pittsburgh, and the steamboats have resumed business Th upper Missisaippi is Mill locked iee, aud tiavigatiou entirely aue pmJed. Till weathur in the laat fw day h aa.uiucd every phae kbwwn to the aim tine nuker. Heavy rain. aim wurni n-ritifr-like weather, for the rst day ot the week, when on Wi-dues-dy ni:li'f a -udJeu thanpe took piste atid a iiiow htnrm set iu which lasted sevrral hours ime wheu it has Li-en ...

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 January 1873

News of the Week. Tiers art 14. mnrderers aw-itinj- trial in ork Tooinb. v A. Baltimore b&iik lost e4,900 ou a forced ok last waeL, auepiciou having keen liflled a previou3"iret!ittion of two geuhine Fck by the same parties. , ! -Matilda Herron has been placed in a mad liee in New York. YVUeu the cell ia which Stokes wan con- ! (1, prior to his nenteuco, was searched, a tie-was found in a corner, which, on being I mined by a chemist . vh found to conlain ncentrated solution of strychnine. -The Erie Wrtictore have t:naniraously 'jorised the iswie of .10.000,000 uv seven cent, convertible bonds. I'art of the pro- Js of the sale of thee bonds will be used ; the purpose o laying a double track along hue of the road, together with a third rt.i .... .... i-. iue rest or tne mim win be devoted to I (,'e,'t""l e juiimeni and itnprovemeut of railroad. ' The resolution expresnly etipu- u that these IxmkIs are not to be issued a thy can be i-eotiated at their par ae. Tlie IjouUs. w!icu aol...

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 January 1873

ATMTSrTEET. BT JOHK O. WUll ilM- THa ri-rcr taemmed with leaning trea, Wound through Its meadows graen ; sA low, bine line of mountain Shoved tha open pioea between. One aharp, tall peak above them all Ciear Into ru alight aprang ; I aw the river of my dream. The Kioantaina that I eangl Vo elaw of memory led ine on. Bat well th ways I knew ; A f.xsllnjt of familiar thing With every footstep grew. Kot otherwise above ita crag Oould loan the blasted pine ; Not otherwise the maple bald ' Aloft hia red ensign. S- op the long and ehom foot-hill The mountain road ahonld creep; So. green and low, the meadows fId l a red-haired kine asleep. The river wound an it should wind; Their place the mountaina took. The white, torn fritic of their clott.la Wore no unwoQtt-J look. Tet ne'er before that river's rim Waa pransed by feet of mine. Never before mine eyoi bad cnsael Xhat broken mountain line. A preeence, strange at once and knows, Walked with me as my guide; The skirt of some forgotten life ...

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 January 1873

YJI .; ,1" . .jf f , i ' r-' lit----' f -v1 eri -rr HICKMAN COUitlEIt.i rCBLI8H81 JTERT WEEK CT . I George Ar jx r ion, OFFICE : 0 corner of JckMB nnd Kentucky mm., ("P stairs.) Tf 0..j.Vf7'a;cr;i H'.f.rn Kentucky KCOBUn WAKKKS. editor. ATlTnDAV. : : : -TAN ?.". 1 ?T3 fi MM .4 Spiv enamr Shorm-ni" spore in th- ?etfito "n TV.-.rda v. in favor nt re jTjtr.rwiri of p.ci. pnyttienr. 5 t Itdiest and ablest- eff-.-rt ti tint fib of i iv. nst impi'isan: q-iiifi'tti that w il 114 had. l.riu...'..v-.i...-.. .-.i-.. fist- tin C'-l J:iV '-I J-jMi .i v. . . .1 .. .! . r... . . .: - T. 1 I . i..f wn.e tor n-in"i'i. x iLe r-n of n nbrwpt re.-ntvptton hs p'fviMi: ii. it -rc n'!; l5 i!l bt if J-i i:i .j in ci.in, at life n-i-i-t;i-if tn-a-try in New YmiIi a!vtit, an 1 vvn t!,c only vv !i;'t, pre-t ntru in huuis : v i,L . i . - i .... . Ci inn llp'cji tcfTf.d. 'i'i, ,.:n i., j,un - oT-f.o... it-, :,:pi,'. a,-,! j, li,i,u. t s tV?-en urp'rt?4-,! t n J.ir .r-.l-iLlr l.t t.iitf.if. i ' r - ; i . b r I:...

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 January 1873

t - THE HICKMAN. COURIER. S.WUi:i).Y. : : ": JMV5. 1H73 CH'R II ckaius joui people are tu j--3 Tup balls, i ;i i lie.-, etc. Tiir 11 cktuao $iearu wspnn wrrk. are to be Harsfej to tieconaio date theii lirf at-.d iucre.i-ini; trade. Thk common school teacher of ihi.s Mtiion j,re inarmed at ihe reduce! pro lata iu li.i, .S:aTe. A pnty cf 1 1 ick luaiii'ef ct joyed an cx. i r i ro dir. on I he (Jbi-oiT hist Fudav. It was den.riieJ for pleasure. The Fn'tou Cireuir Court will con vtie the. 2 ii I Mo.td.y in I'.liu.ry 1 htro i-ti. be :, very .mi. ill doeket. Hon C I, It ..id!", delivered a tetn J cramc Iwluru in I idue-b.. Me-iidoi t i U I f b-i-t Ol'R R p'-e-enf mire Arno'd his oh ni'ij Molelj ii te leave, of ab-eutie from the I.-j:i-!niir. T.'M CnaBETr, the. rep.-i,seiit:itiv fr"iii liibard liu Ire:, s'ek. but i-mi.S cinit v l.t-uvried t :i(';c:ir in Li rtj' N:n; Cn sins, of thi., county, killed j a p'll Li-r work. evriir-ctl liiol.th.1 u'd. I. i. I. iv.?ol,,.ij -i7i pound -i. Jli.-s Al...

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 February 1873

V 1 i in The belief ia now general in legal circles that Stckiw will be granted a new trial, for the reason that two of the jurors made outside ex- . amuiatioua. at . a gunsmith shop . and at the stairawa ot the- Grand Central Hotel ; -A jury hi Rochester, on a certain occasion, while on exercise at the clone of the testimony, visited the scene of the homicide, and the Supreme Court granted a new trial on the strength of tins cireumetanee. ' . i Ihe- announcement of deaths to the number of over fifty from small-pox at Balti more, f used Home alarm there, and the offi cials of : he city are called upon to take maii- uroa to prevent the enrea.l of the disease. - Miauipu 1 1 n it-1 1 1 n i r jw j vt it M c rCally agitated over Secretary FinhV diplo matic aemand of Spain that (slavery be abolisii ed in Cnt.a'aud Torto Eioo, that they haOs cabled the fonoiiig to Madrid : "To the Spui.k People: The cae! of Sifitan ff. Anthony, charged with ilfpaj voting, came up In" the' United State Iitr...

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 February 1873

7 - ft . t WHAT TH2T DO AT THE SPEIUGS. Prmr wliat do they d. at th Springs t" The qne'on 1 ea'y to aik ; But to tt fully, ciy dear, Wer rather a dirtViilt task, " And vet la YmuUnng way, J A th maa-pie or niDokiug-bird Ring, , 111 venture a bit of a at'tig " i t ! To tell wUat they do at the Spring. "THKT KBISK.. Imvrin.i. mv dsrliii, thy drink The i.t so spiiriuiui? and clear Thoiiirh the flavor it none oi the Issst, And tli- "l iT cxdiinly But the fluid m niinulrii, yon know. With wlinlesoiee inidi.inl tlnnK, So tl.ey drink. and tftey druik, and thy drink, Auii'rnf' what they do at the Springs ! T H . r EaT. m kmitss. IIM-Iell I" t-l l-us ' 1st (T diUt-; (The latter preels.lv at lliri e; 1 he former from seven till nine.) Ye tf'xlt ! what rustle and rush Wh.-n ihe eliHiient lit.m-r-tx ll ritur! Then they eat, nnd they eat. and they eat, And timt't hat they d at the spni-ns ! Xow they stroll in the lieaurifi;! walks, Or ii 11 in the shade of the tneu ; AVtiere many a wliwjvr is he...

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 February 1873

rllCKMAS Cu UitLr.it. ' pgaMSKfB VBY IW T GoorpG "W n. r r o n , OPPIOE: Ott afc eorner of Jackson and Kentucky iUt up etairs..) 7"A Oldtlt Nevepaper in lift turn Kentucky. MEOBGC ffinnnx, Editor. SATURDAY, FEB. 1, 1373 Both Houses of t'onj.'Ms have passed the till abolishing the fraDkinp privilege. It is to go into effect July 1, 1373. It now reeds only the sig nature of the President. This hill deprives tnenil-ets of Congress, and federal officers generally of franking matter through tho mails, and applies to newspapers rerjniring the pre pay ment of postage. - mt& "Tssf - - . - NEITUEa DKAD NOR LKEPINd. The Democracy of New Hampshire, nothing daunted by past reverse, have entered the field once more to battle for the right. The annual election of Governor and other State officers takes place in March, and on Wednesday the Democracy aaseniLled in Conventional Concord to nominate candidates. There aa a large attendance. James A. Weston, of Manchester, vis nominated for Governor...

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 February 1873

THE HICKMAN COURIER, SATURDAY, FEB. 1, 1873. Consxdirablk cotton reoiaiu un picked in Madrid Bend. Treks are a number of candidates to represent Hickman and Fulton in the next Legislature already talked of. Pay tJp! Partita in debt to Cbaa. A. Holconbe, are respectfully requested to come for ward and aettle and thereby nave colt. C. A. HOLCQ1LBE. It it understood that Judge A. R. Boon will deliver a temperance lectu e at Hickman aometime within t com ing two weeka. Notwithstanding the extreme weather a good sprinkle of cotton wagons from Djer and Obion, hare been on the street this week. So far as we can see and hear from, the prompters of wheat thia year it is nt a good as it was last year at this time. The dry, hard freezing weather has made the wheat look badly whether it has been materially injured remains yet to be determined. Osz of the street cars in Louisville i run by steam. The Courier-Journal says the experiment is a success. Steam will eventually take the place of the mu...

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 February 1873

5 9 -Ngcf the-Week;:"1 : )u)inV EAST.- The jUlJ i Jl CMe of pPuce'fjergeant Ttalgeri of it111 clrged with murder of Jo!m Two '" rturne verdict of nmrdar in tJi?,,1'i .deSree- A" motion has eu made f. trial r , ""eteriH tr,!"0 serious. Georga p Train La cught the fever a ajno inii i,u,"H uul penswta in living prison f. repelling all offers of bail. Ho BayB hrJ! 1uit the priaoa until the merits of release him." i About tm a-T8 aS FIfs ireiwd novrnoUlj efl-, ri which the writer paid the IPr had kn turate wit!l preparation f poiwii, grf " Taa 8rong enough to destroy - ,if fcr ajlf'ic!i'n to the tongue. Recently otU.r luoef e,,t to him, which contain- whtte poie carefully folded iu neatly cut white apef me letter was signed " A -mean,"' jooai'ea atoken to keep np his fpiriu, ail if Teryvhing elne failed, to try the cUoiowj pa-dons, as they would helpliim. Rtote handfd sese "communications over to " ar.leo Fjrely. y whom they were sent to the Vjoiaoioaeniof Charity aad Correction. lie Pri...

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 February 1873

of v -'TLLT.TA'Bg TWAIN.' Tit Old-Fashions Canard Stsanaera. It ia a '.curious, Belf-possessed, old- fnslrLoned " Conip&fiy, the Cunard. (tjcotchmen they are.) It was born be fore the days of steamships ; it inaugur ted ocean- steamer lines ; it never has loaf Dior i than one vessel ; it has never lost a passenger's life at all ; its ships are never insured ; great merchantile firms do not insure their goods sent over in Cunard ships ; it is rather safer to be in their vessels than on shore. Old- fashioned is the word. "When thing is established by the Cnnardcrs it ia there for goodr and all, almost. Before adopting a new thing the chiefs cogitate, and cogitate and cogitate; then.they lay it before their purveyor their head merchant,' their head builder, their head engineer and all the captains in the service, and they go off and cogitate about a year ; then if -he new wrinkle is approved it is adopted and put into the regnlatiors, In the old days, near forty years ago, when thi...

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 February 1873

rllCOIANCOUKLEK. "jeo'rge'Worren, "n tit corner of Jackson and Kentucky sta., (np stairs.) - ' . iJEOHSE W A II K FAErt ill or. ,,,, q K-; i i .SATURDAY, FK Great Reduction - r-,:.. winter ?oti'.3 of every W r- r"-r""fi i I description TWV-lar J. H. ;L-T Wtf. j CtAVBaY IS UBVf- - r-m . . I New York dispatch of Suuaay says : . A Havana letter says tfc cooc.et.ou M C.!!CrJ I j. .ndi.eeot. of the Commonwealth. preen ...a .,Un tu not a single step iiaa , cure any other sysrern (..'rmriint 4C : ....... I The prent developmeuts oi uvu-j . t ? t I .... t j otf ni-irifliriif . auu i Mod ia n'iin pia-v i .ti to i---u-;t ona wifh bu- 4 wt,.f nfT.fnv XrVrtb-J ,7 I. fc'llr T--'rHrihejW of the Stale iroift.the iuluJ J c., f,lim Kena isnlsobeitijt trieu r?'ini UI . ad iC'J doubt e-VJaUJ t"u. !tv of buy-i his seat. In Missouri i imi!ar Senatorial c6r runiioo row exis' ( . . eJedl Best of Peoosy.ViUla IS C j corruption. Loavsisna an4 Alabama, poor cor updon ridieo terrioiies, have euDk m :.r to exc...

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 February 1873

- ' a y ' Iff VAt , - . . j j v., pi HICKMAN COURIER, VTURDAY, FEB. 8. 1S73. JJrMAD'8 Chili Cur. act. on the lirer M bowels. Bcriur.i'1 ri.sii . - V as nothing lnjuuous. It is feared the rscent thaw and spell warm weather has injured the wheat this section. . . . . Comic Valentices hve beeu attrsct- jjuvenile crowds to show windows r several days past. The small pox has entirely disap. eared from the nei-ihborbooJ, oppo- te llicktuati. in M aderstaad. Ths City Council has ordered the h-ecial election for judge of ihe city urt, Tuesday, tha 11th iustaut. A ivaly little rami is in progress. T. O. utalder and il. K Millet are the eoo estaDts. The Trenton G&zette ia uriujr the i sople ot that town to Toie a railroad Vx, Ly cotnpsrison, doc Hickman a :reai injustice, an to population, tic. Sjme people however strongly fortified vith legitimate argument ha'ut the j Lraiu to ue tteui. j The Jlardi gras ball on 'the 25th ( 'instant, has been resolved into a leue lamwint la ! hermined to...

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 February 1873

. .... ' . , : . - -- 4 Tf: J the pJ"riBOer fVv"pf e w t Tv -Jiaeod t-w;lfhim. .,. .4h li reaiened. , Tlla j II fnion"B Tmlr u.f?s? "J UmTvjMlq i .v."rytt eti'Sb ooftecthvi 1- - TO - ESTABLISHED 1851). foe - HICKMAN FULTON GO., KENTUCKY; SiVfURDAY, FEBRUARY J5, 1S73. VOL. IX. NO. i). AodJi-hy their extennion through Con- " Grcetf alty alone has yieMed several y.' dolla's, which were divMed among f-i",'i;mim vMoHe patents cover esentiat dd4 tfar 'praiLer amouuts derived jhuHS conifcraiioji ihg which jendera tli .ni maolaivr-'ntprp-t the roont compact aiid TME BUKIAL OF MOSES. I'.ut. xxxvn : fi. By i'rh laivrly nioiintaiu, On thin nitlo Jordan' wvp. Iu a vale in tlio land of Mnab, Thor lir a Jonrly ;rave ; And no man dt: that uppulrbr ; And U't mau saw it e'er, For tu angel of God upturuwl tbs mnl And laid the dead man there. wu the grand- al"tr thoniughly if you should Icuvo Lini, " rctnmcd MisH Nhldlins, "He'd begin to realize what a smart wife he'd lost. "He'd clutter the kitchen w...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 February 1873

V r BEHIND TIME. BY JOSEPHTCTE POLLARD. Hold on, Father Time, yon are going too gast ! " iTay, ht is your terrible straight T Ton must bp afraid that your mistmta or maid Will acolU you for being too late I ' Hold on, yon oM spendthrift ! ami answer me this : Doe tirlierf irae loiter alxmt To pic np your stitcbes, the best of your riches. As fast as you ravel tlnsu oatT Why couldn't you snip for an honr or two. - -And pive m a chance to take breath T And not go at this pace, an if life, were a race. And ou must be in at the death 1 Those dear little minutes are tired, I know, 8 long and steady they've run ; And tlie seconds tick, tickgoes their double-qnlck A,-e wishing tL drill was 'nioFVdone. Xo matter how early or Lite I may till. .yj mxuer now utfra x may cumrj. The days will eo oil ere my duties are done, I"ur J can't get ahead of old Time ! Then I'll not waste the momenta by counting the hours. Fat 111 work and m rlsy ith a 'Till ; But how do I knTts-luK t- elians we'd go. If ...

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 February 1873

HiCKMAJN JU U il Ucm. Oeorge W arron, OFFICE : On j corner of Jackson and Kentucky at., tup stairs.) 7"A Vldeil Snetpeper in Wtttern Kentucky. ohoicg:: VAunn.,riitor. fcATURDAY, FEB. 15. 187.1 A Extra Smsiom. U'ashtDirton pc!al.iy there is a growinc itripref. sjoa there will be ao extra session of Corgre9. . A rnnrnnlhe t'uinnllon. L D. Hnb3nig, m "Chairman of the Conservative Cvntral Committee." hns issued a call for a primary election to cboose a nominee for Major of I'a duesli. The Republican party baa a csn-Ji date in the fl-?'J. aal our Padueah cor respondent sngjcst.i that th Detno emtio party ah?ilj make a nomination In this event thrt wouIJ certainly 'be three eadidate3 for municipal honors. The Democratic party h i a thorough party oriinizifions in the State, and iu the nation, and the situation is alarm ioa: to 'eld liaers ouNlJe of Padueah, if our brothers weak-kueeJ and fuint lie.irteJ, forfeit their nanio or orgaui tit ion in that city. Some frienJs ia Scaainp uch dwea ...

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