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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 15 February 1873

1 ' ' Y nx .. .... T.I I1" ii rnra a cum cure cn"- SMi Aids to Vl!n la Ats Lnt-tta Mrri 4k". v.jHtj ier.'?sr.sl Kjwr !,! Ey OIs. V; WiSgooi aJ uisV'-'- r tire Vjfy . , t -serve Jjst many year witfcws ircpurs, h(rd and IrHVV ' perfect in everKpaW.av.tfr. J-e. warranted no toY,a,4 prunes ar ; of. V-Wt Vlintou Sjtj .try IncbdM . lvi..1, J4 cocdit: OALlJKR w' make in rrr The City Couu, r.-hll to 8Ifw-s i have a pest h The ok a barge ioado J with com, at Cairo, luday last. Utl.ioiocs B. W. Lauderdale, will each at the Baptist church Saturday Iit aud Sundry. No case of saiall por have 3-et ap ared iu Hickman, though reat fear as existed since the cae diacoverod thej:iil. The public pulse beats althy again. We arc prepared to take upon the loricst notice, io good Mjle, Horse- -jrraphs and Jack o types. Britif: long along your orders gentlemen, e'll do your work cheap. ' -k We would announce the heavy snow f Wednesday last, but we apprehend ic cuterprUinz I'aducah Dailies may 3v anticipated...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 28 June 1873

4 y r Y o News of the Week. EAST. Tho N. Y. board of health Is providing aparnt tte anticipated visit of cholera, from the outh. The streets, sewers, alleys and cellars are being disinfected. The residents of the latter unhealthy places are being compelled to hunt higher places of abode, and the owners of tenement honses occupied by the poorer classes are ordered to abate the existing nui sancer and take precautions against the oc currence of others. rrof. Harknees, of the national observ atory. Las gone to New Tork and Boston to examine into the progrea and . character of the work on the instruments now preparing at an expense of fifty thousand dollars, by autnonty of congress, to observe the transit of Venus. The chronometers and transit in struments are making in New York, and the photographic apparatus in Boston, " The president ha pardoned the Rev. John S. Tell, a Baptist minuter of Sonth Carolina, who was convicted of kuklnxiiam and sent to Albany penitentiary by Judge Bond. -...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 28 June 1873

. . a ... V J .s - - - It X) f L I 4 v' SEPARATE. fm) BY KrBIA""ASD. " ' " And, if ih Vmercnerj,' Alia, ix uuu i Across the awful ( Throoh noons, c Our pa!s My wordsS JJut scf Woe I haver,, n d Which flaaeta iu j And making moan f Telia all the woi'J So my quick laughfoa, Aa though the pulse Only the h.Uow'd evea d!?TitlWsa. The j,"". hlch fall in aecret aoa Ton W Sate, yoar outstretched hand ! The kx acorn 'd ia pant your reaching. Go ! ir 5 j t!r life on aea or land. Be DV'r fr thia lesson's teaching. BY PIEBI. V Tomato soup. For'this excellent Boup the proportions are, seven or eight middling-sized tomatoes, three pints of broth, four or five stalks of parsley, two of thyme, salt, pepper, a tea-epoon-fid of pepper-corns, a bay leaf, two on ions, three cloves, and three or four cloves of garlic, a quarter of a pound of rice, a table-Bpoonful of butter, one ounce of eugar, three slices of bread. The tomatoes are put in boiling water for a few seconds, taken off and dropped into col...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 28 June 1873

V 'l c TnWir an cofKlC - rfSUSfil tTERT Wf G e o r g e terer of it rwV "US Tv start OUVvfrfort3lQf,. if th? uy other in these stftr-iiriotial tiiCct. wheu dui'n2!:i roreruj ereryihiui;, is Lb&r- difLculties. r . . .1.. .n.. Vnnf Am, I, 1 Art - , , . . PLLtTtuuttv of n dull week to post r, ...i l , up. atJ ciu up, so let th press laud n o Ev If. wh-a it can do aj withoat ciIaiiig ctj or other iinportaut Oiittr. Coa'd all jrooi peop':i, apprcclutr the rsl uer;t of a newipip?r a coun try cwp:tpr, whi'.h 5 the true type tf a pa!. hew far woald nolert to triVsarita for aai hava ooe ia their fiai'.ii;. I a a:i tnorirshfaj jroveroraent?, the f-a'.ia U divided isto three esUte the tr.n." loii. &i commooa, but t'kv 4 I f CCjk? Xl'tr- ' . . KepubiivJn " Govercment the political j Prj h.aa'd coMlituts a fjur'-h estate to power. it ssys, ,-it ia dideaif for the attentive f tuieat of hittory to eetituate the iaS jeticcs cf former times j ":mprable to th nwapapr influence i cf the treeat ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 28 June 1873

.. .... .4 j A 1 yV - " ' LU1JMJU11 SATURDAY, : : : JUNE 28. 1873 Fr ttiv L.flatiire. We are authorized to announce Judge B. R. Waist, aa candidate to rep reant HiektBAn and' Fntton couutis ia the next UdUeral AsseraUy of the Stale i Kentucky. Wa are authorized to announce A.J. Bess, as candidate to represent the vcuntiro of Fulton and Hickman in tbe next State Le. islature. For County Suncjor. We are nctborived to annonnce Robert T. WeCEl.t, as a cnndiJaie for rbe See f Couaiy Suricyor, at tha. ensuing lection. Wt n authorized to an r.cunee L. AueJxNrrjt. Jr., ats cas'Iidsto Cor the of C'or.eTy Suricyor, at tbe ensulu Ac-uit !eciuo. W ft'rc author!"? to anasraaee 7. A. Jrja, as caati'id.;r for -h cie ef W.y- Si??y?r : tl.e eneuiR A e.tc.:tc. . . Ca.:i.t5 lAiFfMorr.. . V"r are autbirif e .! f sm"t:n3 II. It. Raoww.eaa chuJ. d.tc for -the office of Anr.r rf Kelt 4a county at the ensuing Ai3ut clw.io!?, '"' ' are authorized t-j announce TITA. THOMAS. Us eauiidate for the cilice f . A....

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. — 5 July 1873

News bfthe-Week. - - -. r i Secretary Richardson hM directad'the as sistant treasurer at Kev Tort to give notice that during th month of July ha wilt sell one million gold of first, second, fourth, and fifth Thursday s e&cL, and one and a half million the third Thuraiay, and that he will purchase half a million bonds on the third Wednesday of the month. In all he will eell f5,500,0u0 Fold, and buy $500,000 bonds. In Pennsylvania, since Saturday, a fear ful fire has been re gin g in the northern part of Schuylkill county,, destroying vast amount of timber on the south Bi-ia of Bearbridge ; and on Sunday it struck ith, a terrific shoot over Mahanoy mountn ani fen on Gilber ton, destroying tw6nty-five houses belonging w me nicKory coai company, and turning over thirty railiea out without shelter. The loss of OCberton id about f 30,000, and at lnt accnta the fire was still spreading . in 5 '.mountain, where, however, little damage would be done. Wsshingt Ju's heail qtiartenj at JfTJ...

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. — 5 July 1873

A 80 KG FOB PEACE. As Ule thai la told, as a vision, Forgive and forget ; for I say Thst the true (hall endure the derision Of the false till the full of the day ; Ay, forgive m you would be forgiven ; Ay. forgot, lest the ill you have done Be remembered against yoa In heaven And all the days under the sun. I"or who Khali have bred without labor 7 And who shall have rent without price t And who shall hold war with hia neighbor With promise of peace with the Christ. The years may lay hand on fair heaven ; May place and displace th red (tarn ; Hay stain them, a blood-ataina are driven At aunset In beautiful bars ; May shroud thetn in black till they fret ns As clouds with their showers of tears ; May grind lis to dust and forget as. Hay' the years, p the pitiless years t The precepts of Chrixt are beyond them ; The truths by the Nazarene taught, With the tramp of the ages upon them, They endure as though ages were naught ; The deserts may drink np the fountains, The forests gtve place...

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. — 5 July 1873

T iliClCVXAN COUKlEK. ( ; o o r & e W r r e n , 0-.h3 corner of J-vckson and Esatueky , sis., 'nn stairs. 1 ', ' Ol.l-? SitpTT i Writer Kentucky, (i EOnCE WiUREX . Editor. JULY 5, 1373. SATURDAY. A fw more such lawless perlorro rncs. wi'ti rith a little more encourage- -nt from the DfrnocMic pres . s. ana va will soon realize .Z,Jucah A.rkftriis ind Louisiana. The Pemocra;- preM of West Ken- ine jieraocm-i. iritlmtit exception, hare con- iictv. witnout excopiioii. ;ifm3eJ everything squinting toward j '.uUux orenoiMtiorr, when there was The Journal the organ o: it? rariy . . . f . i, i a- necesitj for orpoBition wneiner excitement, .nmt noresnan u. .. - Wieii,dr.,w iu.j.., ,u " , v" 1 dau-hter tf the President; bat being Vand as Union Leagues, or KKlvs. IIe kn0W9, every honest man knows, law can excuse these acts of violence, , Cooky was k.lled at the second shot. I aj courteov, a3 he U lrave, he strove v ' rof.ud Peace has govern- ,hat DO UukIux organization exUts in but the po...

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. — 5 July 1873

-A r j.- . ... ..j .M- 7? v - - 3 THE HICEMAN, COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1373. FortSic Legislature." : TVe r authoriied to announce Judge -resett Hickman and Fn'ton counties in fbi ntl(tlr.rtl Aeiuhlv fif I he Stn.Lt" cjunties of Fulton and Hiclcimm in the ie.tt State legislature For County Surveyor. TTe are a':tlu. rived to announce Rgbzkt Y. McCoNNtL, a a candidate 'for the i.Kic of .County Surveyor, at tho ensuing TVe are autborired to announce I AutANrrR. Jk., candidate forth cs? of County Purveyor, at the ensuing Aaguat trlecliun. "We s.re arthorij 1 ta announce Jtiu, ii a cun'.Ii'iMc for th otfice of OiK-aiy SvirTeyor Rl the ensuing August I'or County Assessor. Wtcar fttitboriied to announce II. R. B !, 9i a candidAtc for the oSce oft Atsjr cf Fulton cocntv at the ensitinir i .st oitctton. V'f Rre authorized to nnnatince TIT W. j W. :1W.M,U, a a candidate for the oJice j of Aes-or of Fulton county, to till t: ! taay oc-n-iioneay. uie resiguanu iavaiuDi aujunct to our - trauu;...

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. — 12 July 1873

i News-of-JheWeek, - Since the abolition of the franking privi lege, on the .let inst, there hu toon a marked decre&tse in the amonut of mail matter passing through the New York poet-office- The post master says the reform has caused a falling off of 18,000 free newspaper exchanges du ring the .week. , - ' - . The Evening Telegram says the law un der which Rosenzweig, the abortionist, offen ded, with its penalty of seven years' imp em inent, was legislated out of, existence by the passage of a new law, making malpractice, at tended with fa til results, punishable with death. Boeenzweig has lain for mouths in the tombs awaiting a new trial, bnt has not been reindicted, and it is believed cannot be. 8tokes, Simmons, and King will, ic is supposed, escape the death penalty through a new law requiring proof of deliberate attempt to kill, for conviction of murder in the first degree. The Springfield Republican says Vicc Frowident Wilson has psed into that stage of health which Chase 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. — 12 July 1873

STJB EOS A. BT GERALD MAPSF.T. The flmriryon rla.:-il witliirt my bntton-hole Ha faded ; but there lives within my soul Ano'lier row, niifoldiuir hour by hour Your beauty's eeif iu its immortal floncr. That makes me rich with an unfsthomed wealth, And happy iu the Leaven of it health. Ho living-warm thiH danty flower plows, As if asurjlicam blushed into a rose; With fragrance like a waft ffm heaven afar, Ami look a lustrous as the morning-Mar. I d. not come to crown your beauty. Sweet ! Nor thank yon for it, kneeling a! your fct; Hut pray tLat on Love's bonom it may rt, As thornU'ss art its lik"iiea in my breast ; Ami ask Him who such rromlf-c here hath Riven To jet me s the flower fulliled in h-aven. AGRICULTURAL. The Wash-House. For the benefit of our conuiry friends building farm-houses, in which comfort and convenience are desirable to the " help," as well as general cleanliness to the household, -we give these observa tions, of tho late Mr. Loudon, in his En cyclopedia of . Arc...

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. — 12 July 1873

. '.il "'Si . f illCKMAN COURIER. icuex3 uiBt ws b- C e o rgo "VT a r r o rx , Oa hJ oemer of Jao-so c Kentey 9:1?., (up stalra.) tiVU'AGi: vyAS-I-I.S. Editor,? AT IT It OA' JULY '12. 173 4,n.'. BY 13 -l t in Ki llf lick V if 'i', is sli bitin i- St. John, N -. Wasmoth. o Lo-ii-ian-i i at t i -fiirh-tveno Hotel, Ne7 Y'.rk N-t BotLink i wvitinc a nc drama for Butf.lo Riiland lYx-i J '.' . EtGKT ihomind fite hundred Sunni er, ot arrivi-i at New York bJt week Tftv pfncl-i of Sf Litli-1 prop' to LcUi a trc-tWin.: bth t) ly ?d feet T;,y v.'..v. ,i7ir''?': ; v?.;:io. a luil- li.vi r ? drd'.t tlm battoDB. . . :. A caLDHrn n. n 4e..rprBu ; Lvise at an UJ.- rii ninety n5onj.-.".rs. A CitlNEaK miidan, of deiicnta pro pvi.ioDs, brcvjcbt 53 To at auction, iu Uabo, a fe dijs icce. Jroas Pavi., rfurdiy, porfeneed Pr.k Wslwoitb to iiiipi-iionment for lite for t:oct;.3sJ his father. T;iS Trey Timt tVmka ths wheat '.itt Jftt'urday. ar.d will ssin convene ua Monday, the first Scptcniber. AMERICAN cor...

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. — 12 July 1873

- . tE HICKMAN COURIER. SATURDAY, JULY 12 1iT3 For I tic Lrgltluiure. W ara authorised to announce Judge B. R. Waieiii. m candidate to rep r nt Uicksan and Fulton eoumUs in th next Ocnere.1 Aeaembly of ttte Siftte cf Kentucky. W aaiboritei to announce A.J. Iliu, ea candidate to repreeeart the counties of Fulton and Hickman la the Lett State Le.i94M.ure. Th en parallel lrce Utotupi-K1 jfrnae.lin the street. ; , The J 7 trjio on the N. 2c 11. W. Raiilrcsd. f eaa'iied reyu'iar trips Mon day Uat: - - Attention of teachers i dirertel to the notice from our County ibon' Commissioner ia this issue. : Da. G. S. Milcs, Li been invito.! to address the Moscow Fnriuri- Club bat has not responded to the iu i'htion TnE premium list of tie Fn't..' C'oauty Agricultural Society, iH bo published but one time iu the Coiriek Therefore, those interested in the saiue. should preserve this number. , TnE healthy eondUbo of Hickman sni-Ticioity is remarkable fur the ea noa. ; Some nervous iu-Ji vidua! and c...

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. — 19 July 1873

J i ., EAST. ' "' " TWcfen, Treras X fo.Kew YorSjT5 im-j porters, ard chuged with having; daring long series of years,' carried on a Byctenatia course of swindling on the revenue depart' . ment. Their hawse in that city was established about 1358. Their principal house is in Uras- sela, and they have branch bouses in Notting ham, London, 8t. retersburgh, San Francisco, and New Tort. Richard Mueer and Frederick Mueer carry on the boaines in New York, and Otto Muser manages the San Francisco house. According to the affidavits the penalties will reach the enormous sum of ' $2,500,000. It is alleged that this house is trying to form itself into a Joint stock company so as to evade part of the liability. 1 . . When Walworth donned the prison uni form at Sing Sing, he remarked: "I have gained seven pennds in clothes since It came here. I feel now like engaging in a bae ball match." He remarked of the handcuffs which linked him to Gillcn, the wife-murderer, " They are the starchiest caffs ...

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. — 19 July 1873

. COMPENSATION. -- - - Crooked and dm. fed the tree must stay Nor lift its frreu head to the day, - Till useless growths are looped away. And thus doth human nature do ; Till it hath careful priming, ton, It cannot grow np straight and true. For, but for chastening severe, No soul could ever tell how near God cornea to whom He loveth here. They only know who wait to fear The tunsic of a footstep near, Falling upon the listening ear, And life's great depths are soonest stirred la bim who hath but seldom beard The nnurte of a loving word. By him the deepest rest is won Who toils beneath the noonday sun Faithful until bia work ia done. And whether throDjh the weary night Have learned how pleasantly the light Of morninc breaks upou the sight. Perchance the Jewel seems most fair lo hiss whose patient toil and rare Has brought it to the npiicrur. And other li)s can never taste A draught like that he fled at last Who Bfceks it in Uw burning wat 0 . . ' , tv' m And after He has come to hide...

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. — 19 July 1873

. 1 f 1 J I 4 . S "i. . V tr fcs2 THE HICKMAN COUPwIER, SATURDAY, : ; : JULY 19, 1873 For I lie Legislature. "e are euttc-rhioU to announce Judge B. R "VVAtiia. an & cacdidate to rep reieat 'Lickttaa and Fulton counties in ike next General Assembly of ti.eSis.te cf KectucKj. . - We are authorised tn' announce A. J. ITzsj. ri.j a candidate to represent the Counties of Fultoa and Hickman In th text :a;e Le.UUtu.-e. For County Surveyor. W are authorived to announce Robert T. McCoxneil, e8 candidate for the office of County Surreyer, rwthi -ensniiijr election. - - - .. ... - . ... .. . . Vs are authorized lo announce W" ft AiiXAwnt, Jr., d3 acaadijate for the office of Conor j Surveyor, at the ensuing -August eivcrion. We are authorited to renounce W. A. 0N, s-t a candidate " for, the office of County Surveyor at the ensuing August lection. ' . ror roiiHly Assessor. W K ' r nnrliit-i.n.l . -. . .. .. , n -. . . tr tr Bbowm, a a-randid-ite for the . offif-a of: A?etor of Fulton count...

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. — 19 July 1873

; I ICKM AN COURIER. v e o r g a W a. r r e n , OFPIOB : corner e-f Jackar.n and Eantucky is.,' (up stairs. ) Ths O'.dtit Stieipactrin VTittern Ktniucky. CiEORGU W A ItHK.. Editor, . . witt- nil'.'.' rl'F V lO 1 C7Q r mmmmmm mmm mm mmmmmtmm s,aaaa as i Vnr. Ht.tle Tresmirer, ! TTU Tc TTT rrio CF FRANKLIN COUNTY. The ei.lred Son of Tempercnce j hne a icdjp if 190 rueiubcrs iu Paris j i'T-CK in ih- rdueah Cur wr.i ks Con.p.ny U b-:trsr taken in enc ir;.:i' i. ! Biimt It U thought the pr-j-c: i j u.ceed. , Is C. !' co'jnfjr the,- have or;e caodi.'a'e firf'.i- Lvis'arure, ' l,e jer-on of Ilea. Wui. Aje'r?, the form tf K.pre.-.tutaiie Tat Pa.iuc.ih Tffbacco Plant. My "There is but lirtie excitement over ; 'Jjie Lti.-li'.ive cacvnss in this erunM j cue fh uvs otiy inclination to 'nk 1 bo a:-.d ttsaiut Jl-j-.-r Uidwei', en- it saajria tl.at he wiil our Hep !.-u ,.li;ire ij eorii.ii;on coDi!et;r'M " J ACK'iN, Tern , is inaktCiT fi'" fi-e preparations fr t!e en'ert ii; m en t ie.tL-..tcs t;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. — 26 July 1873

,- ' " s..' V m tfy- .... . t ' . it- 'A ' - News of the Weekr To force owners of 5tnrd roofs to hav them removed this year and replaced by ees inflammable roof a, the board of under writer bas adopted a reeoluUoiilaytBg an ad-. ditional premium of one perVfcut. upon all Mansard roofs after January 1st, 1874. Jeremiah P. Robinson baa been electa president of the Brooklyn bridge company. In the future the mayors of Brooklyn and New York, and the press will be furnished wua monuuy statements of the expenses and disbursement of the oornpany. r-s The government of Japaii has sent: on orders for thereturn of "fire of the six etu dents sent to this country by a company in Alaska, and who have been here two years. The sixth is permitted to remain at Lawrence- Tille, X. J. The fire mentioned ara now in New York, mud hare purchased their tickets to Japan, and will start homeward next week going by rail to San Francisco. None of them know the reason why tliey have been recalled,. but all are ...

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. — 26 July 1873

- ' 7 T t j REPORTS CIS . VWarUle. COQTTETTE. . r eoBsox campbicll.1 Oar love-tide joys are mr, Bui tbe love-tide hath been'sweet; Kow have we bitter parting;. We never more may meet : A ki, a kiss, my darling, '' y wn coquette : r ere rp parted, ri H ell part and well forget. O wep not, wp nm, MiD, x'or time shall comfort brin. And other hearts shall lore then WUe other lipa abal! sing : . A lift, a kiss, my darling-, A ktea, my own coquette ; well kiss ere we are parted. Well part and well forget," But if there or-moa hereafter A parsing thoncbt fur me, Remember then the none, love. That now I make to thee : A kiw, a kiM, my darling;, A kiss, my own ooqnotre ; Well kiss ere we are parted, Well part and well forget. IDLENESS. And slow and slower still, dsv after day, Come the sad hours with 'beauteous tnituraed 'ye, Gleaming with hopes I mar not realize. And seenuugin their earnestness to say ntreatinrly : " O send as not away All empty-handed aa we came; arise, t iIVn, otne vromue...

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. — 26 July 1873

r HaS " HICKMAN COURIER SATURDAY. JtU,Y 25, 1873. Fer the Legfalalure.; W ar authorised to anaousce Tatior !-, the Farmer's candidate, to rep rsat Hickman-aad Fulton counties in tke aeat Legislatare of Kentucky. Q ' We are authorized to announce Judge . K. WalKta. U i candidate to rep reatat Hickman and Fulton count. ia tke next General Assembly of I he State of Kentucky. We aro authorized to announce A.J. Has, aa a candidate to represent Ike countiea of Falton and Hickman in the aext Stat Legislature. ' ( - , ar wuuoijr urvejoiv " - ----- - - . tWt.lt . Y. McCoxxeil, as a candidate for the office of Couaty Surveyor, at tlio ensuing electioa. ' 1 " . i. , Wa aro authorized to announce W; Lv Albxaskex. Jan as a candidate- for the. office of County Surveyor, at the ensuing August election. , ... Wo aro authorized to announce TV,, A. Jwxcs, an a candidate for the ofhee ft County Surveyor at the ensuing.August lection. '.' '-'"'.-. v . ... : - ... ror County Amensnr. W are authorized to...

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