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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 29 June 1877

TO coukb:spondent3. All coromnnlrationn for this paper ahnnid ha ar cmMniol by th mmeofthc author; not nerwmjrr for nblication, but avidenc of cxd faith on t he part fifth writer Maiiuncrii'tn shoal-1 be written only OB one nds of the p.r. Be p .rtiruUr v care fill in reijar.l to yoor dated, aud to bating all signa tures plainly written. BLIX1 XEU. Whoisdat'ara-pUvinKr Shucks! I n-h-h I wufn' Bt wh'in.ie Lord he tuk inreyis.he left my yeahs U datyouMahs'r Bob? I fought I reto'nized aldlltUmlweu"tW1u yer toon's I liccred de fiddle goia Sh! dat ain't rich t-just !o mo show you how to T feel FikeyiJcould"mate dr fiddle talk di- afternoou Nw don't Tu see dat counter', jea' a leetle hit too Well, neuter mm'-I guess you'll learn to tune her bv-an-by. You'i Jen' like all niusicianera dat learns to r,Uiy by You aDin't:got music in you, so you baa to habit Kowdltaln't science why de dtbbil don't you play For da'Js deciles' kind ob music fitiin' for to beah. Po yon 'spose when David w.n pipki...

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 June 1877

i""?1 !" ir:. J . iff ' . 'i'l TO COKIiKSPOXDENTS. AU communications lor this paper shoold t'J ae eime. 1 r,r tbe name or the author ; not nece4V.ry rV,2at.u... hot a. eridenre of ood fiib j o, he war of tf writer Manuscripts should lwn' Sirt on one side of the paper. Be p .rt.ruUr ly r.re fil in ree.rd to yonr dales, and to Laving all signa ture, plainly written. uiiyn xf.i. Who l at 'ar -pUyiog 7 Pbucks ! I wUh I wun' But when d lrd he tuk my eyts, he lcU my yeabs 13 datyo!u,:Maha'r BobT I fought I rcconized rour bowin' , . , ., ealdl knowed 'twas yer toon's I beered Ue fiddle goin'. hal dat ain't rhfht-just le' nie show you how to plavriattune I feel like I could makedf Bi'iie two i it Hew. don't jou see Uat counter's je' a leotle biw "Well, n'bhier iniii' I guess you'll h-aarto" tune her br-ao-ny. "You's Jes' like all mui note ; You ain't trofcB?uiic Siitrs dat learns to play by in you, to you baa to bab it Jifilfatain't hmce why de dthbil don't you p'.ay by Teau 7 .For dat's do...

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. — 29 June 1877

V THE HICKMAN COURIEE, FRIDAY. : J USE 29. 18T7. A ZvrrtUer nuf tend in thtir favurt by 8 o'clock Thursday morning to ure tUir ajparxi i Friday i jon WORK. The CorTE Orric la now tsjerongMy famished with it Job Ttpb; also, a full nply of I.KTTKm, NoTB and BttL-HKAP Parsa, Carbs, Ac , and can do work in the neatest style and. at city price. CLEAR THE TRACK! Still Ahead By a Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! NEW AD SPLENDID STO ?K OF Spring and Summer, FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, - - Now Opening t the CHEAP STORE OF K Fall Line f Ladies DRESS GOODS U ail NEW AND NOVEL STYLES. t THE MOST niUl'TIFFL Stylish Line of LADIES' and MISSES ' i UATS Kver Brought to 0.0a p. ,,-,i mj, Very ' A'SrLKS I 1 1 11 K Of RUCHINGS. Neck Ties, Cashmere Laeee, Linen Embroideries, Insertings, ' at rnpreredented ; Hosiery. Gloves, Ae Low Priees. " ' t A FULL LINE OE and of the J La lite' Shoes, in a'.l Stjles Very Deet Make, Cheaper Than Ever. In Gentlemen's Hats .i yq 0 Have a T oil tint Lorapiviv j being...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 29 June 1877

THE HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, JUNE 29. 187? A itrf.Vr fr.y end in their iy 8 o'clock Thursday morning fr in tun their ajparanc in Friday t job vvoaK. Th Covi OrriCB Is w thoronghly furnished with new Jo Tire; alao, a foil upply of Lxtteb, Notk and Bill-Hsai aeateet style and at city prieee. 1877. M THE TRACK ! Still Ahead By a Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! NEW AD SPLENDID STO"K OF Spring and Summer, FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, CHEAP STORE OF A Tan Line f Ladies DRESS GOODS In U tke NEW ANI NOVEL STYLES. T1IK MOT IIKAUTIFITL. Stylish Una of LADIES' and MISSES HATS Kv-er rr.sli- l lli.:kwa, Very deny. i A'NPLKXDIU MM: Of RC CHINOS, Sk Ties, Cashmere 1-aees, Linen Etabraideriea, Iaeertiogs, Hosiery, iilovee, ie-, at I i.prceJenleti law rriae. A FULL LINE OF lilies' Shoes, in a1 "f thc Very Beet Make, Cheaper Tlian Kver. In Gentlemen's Hats Wa Hfe a Full and Cowplete Stock KmbraciKg all tte New Style, in Fur, Woe!. Straw, Panawa, and Leghr Hats, t llot'.em Kricea. A Beautiful Line ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 29 June 1877

1 I iTCKMAN COURIER GEO. WARREN. Hvaia BiliiaK Cliaton Street. (Mbit Sewrpaptr in WuUrn Kentucky: Qeorge Warren, Editor. lrlce of Hnbscriptlon, 82. JUNE 29. 1377. 10 FRIDAY, : : Thkrk is rot a German piper the United Sfatcs oppociuj; the policy .r the President la reference to the Hoothero States. Thk Domination of Capt. Henry rmptU f r the Legislature, ia re paired with universal satisfaction. II if r'.setion will approach unaoimify. ThT. cyclone of Monday last oom roced in the Missouri valley, passed through portions of Illinois. Miclii rau. and the whole of Io a. Tice is ,.oce more correct, aj he predicted it to the hour. THE WAR. j Tit BbUd has tffecUd a paiP erring of tk D.oubt, but tbr maia aroy haa not yet been cross! Tha croasiog waa not resisted bj e Tiuks, but there has teen ek;P fiL'htiDe at different roiulf, auJ if1 porta are correct it does seem that le Turks have the beet of the ba-'-There is little questtou but that iie Russians will fiually overpower tl Torka and pas...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 29 June 1877

- ' f , t : . .- I ...-- ..... . i A,,, v . -v- ,.'-.r':i.i" v-- " . -3 - if I IICKM AN COURIER CiEO. WARDEN. OFFICE: Sfct BUUj OUtoo Straat. W QUkt2tipaptri WttUm Kentucky. Oeorsre Warren, Editor. Irie er Humeri p Ion, $2. FRIDAY, JUNE 29. 1877 Thkbe is not a German piper in the United States opposing the policy of the President ia reference to the Southern States. The nomination of Capt. Henrj Campbell for the Ieeislatnrc, i re reived with universal satisfaction. Hi election will approach unanimity. The cyclone of Monday last com menced iu the Missouri valley, passed 'hrough portions of IIHnoi, Michi 'an, and the whole of Io a. Tiec i. .nee more correct, as he predicted it io the hour. Remarkable. "Mr. Thomas Treviliioo died on 1 tet Tuesday eveniue. Mr. TreviMiou i-saidto have lived Cfty uine days without swallowing a morsel of food ave s little milk or honey, but a:viv ihia period of time by -absorption ,lene. He did not drink a drop of -vater nor eat any food during the time. T...

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 July 1877

( CURRENT PA.Il A GRAPHS. model town in the state of New York Is Alfred." "It has 2,000,000 1 In habitants, has never had, asingl& glass of liquerold within its limits, and never a jauper to support.' " C- ?'" The French elections have been de erred to October 14, thus giving the prefects' abundant time to manipulate the election machinery in the interest of the official candidates. The republicans have a very tough summer's work beore them. ' Baby -farming, or putting babies where they will do ""the least harm, has been thoroughly exposed in Philadelphia. -Ail officer of the society for the Preven tion of Cruelty to 'Children has broten up two nests, an example that might well be followed in other cities. Love is a big thing for convicts. An 1 llinoisim, on his wty to the penitentiary was kissed by hi3 sweetheart, and with her lips she pressed into his mouth the key with which he subsequently un locked his handcuff and gained his liberty. The petitions against the opening of th...

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 July 1877

TO CORBESPONDKNT8. Aircommnoi'-ionfnrthi paper ahoul.l t o ac- nmrame-1 bT the i.amooi th author ; n;'"""r (at onMtcation. hut eTidenta of oo-J faiihon tlie art of thewri'er Blaniiatripte atioald be written "njy ono.t.Uoft!.. paper. R p-rt.cular y rare f.iY in rird t. vour 4ioe. and to bavin .11 mgiia nru plainly written. FARM AXV HOUSEHOLD. ir ,Ih Garden. . Don't let the pressure of farm work tempt you to neglect the garden. A man who works hard should be well fed with the ber-t vegetables and fruits the earth affords. 1 he feeders of the earth should patronize "their own art, and pread a good table, on the same princi ple that a tailor wears good cloth cut and made in the beat style it is his best investment. A farmer who raises, good vegetables and knows their value by use, will soon carrv them to market and thus lead others to try them. If he culti vates Bquasbes, cabbage, tomatoes and egg-plant he will not be long in finding a market for them. Men wLo labor want a variety of fo...

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 July 1877

TE& HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, ; : JULY 20, 1877 ; J A&rrruiri - m 'ieWjri.'f Af r Jhvcrt Kf9 o'chxk TTlay morning to in. ur . thrill appearand, im , Friday paper. J ( 11' WORK. . """The CovRrB Orpica I a now tnerqnghly furnished with nw Jes Ttpb; alae, a fall apply ef I.kttcr, Note. and Bill-Heap - Paper, Cards, Ice , and can do work in the neatest atyle and At city prices. S77 CLEAR THE TRACK ! Still Ahead By a Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! NEW AND SPLENDID 8TOCK OF Spring and Summer, tkSCY AND 8TAFLK DRV GOODS, 4 9e Opening at v ... , " . CHEAP STORE OF 1FJ K Fall Line f Ladiss DRESS GOODS E all tb NEW AND 3QVEL STILES. T1IF. JIO ST 11EAUTIFUI-. Stylish Line of LIPIE and MISSE8 HAW. Ev'fcr Brought t Hick wan, Very Oitap.' A.NL'LEXDID sLIXE t rv M! t'HINGS. Neck Tie. Casbmtra ' lases, Linen Embroideries. Inserting, Hosiery, GUivts, Li., at Unprecc lentcd Low Pi ices. A FULL LINE OF Ladiea" Shoes, ia U Styles and of the Very Rest Make, Cheaper Than Ever. la Gentlemen's ...

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. — 20 July 1877

fllOKilAKCOURIEi V7HUBII .,? 5? ."-,- ; t U QHgxNtvrpaptriH WttUrm KeatutTcy fJrorjye Warren, Editor. Prlee of Subscript1 Ion, 2 KB J DAT, JULY 20. IS77 liiiocratIc Tiekct. CA IT. HENRY CAMI'BEl L. The : appointnieut of iwo colored n fori S. Storekeeper in this Slat. U arv distasteful to white Kepub i cans. They want all the plunder, an don't propose to give their brethren fair deal when the spoils are at stake A PiJTATCH from ian Anfoi Texas stale that the Mji-ai s ar til! perpetrating tbeirjdeviltry on thb tide of the titer'. On Sunday a trait loaded with-specie, oo its way' to Sai Aotonio, was attacked by thirty fivr Mexicans, whose object it was to rob the train. After a severe fight ih. hihwayoieu were repaired with Iost f mx or seven killed and aeveu-woni. Jed. Threejuieu belougiug to the trail were killed , x, THIS Iodiana out u. Idahby laM advice are holdio their own again tierr. Howard and hie force, and m laying op for theinselve the wra'h of the United State, which will b...

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 July 1877

Adirondack Murray has a pacing mare that he expects to make trot a mile in two minutes, by attaching a loaded leathern sack to each of If pi forward feet, and decreasing the weight as she becomes accustomed to the trotting gait. Wouldn't Murray make a good cavalry leader for the Cossacks, since he is such a great horseman and so rush in' in his tastes! ;The cost of larcerating an alderman's feelings in England is' ?2T. A Terdict for that amount was rendered against the turrey Oomet because it said Alder maa--Wenan attended a baby show. Wenan proved the frightful charge to be completely unfounded and consequently regained the respect of his townmen and also $25.- , Mf. Riiph Waldo Emerson's speech at the dinner -given to President Hayes in Boston was as. follows: "Mr. Mayor, 1 have to return my sincere acknowledge ments for your invitation to attend your most welcome entertainment, and I- wish I. could express in fitting terms my thanks. But I was always a bad speaker and am more so ...

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 July 1877

CUBBKXT rAIlAGRArilS. Adirondack Murray has a pacing mare that he expects t make trot a mile in two minutes, by attaching a loaded leathern sack to each of her forward feet, and decreasing the weight as she becomes accustomed to the trottinggait. Wouldn't Murray make a good cavalry leader for the Cossacks, since he is such a great horseman and so rushin' in his tastes! The cost of larcerating an alderman's feelings in England is. $25. A verdict "for that amount was rendered against the turrey Comet because it said Alder man We nan attended a baby show. Wenan proved the frightful charge to be completely unfounded and consequently regained the respect of his townmen and also $25. Mr. Ralph Waldo Emerson's speech at the dinner given to President Hayes in Boston was as follows: "Mr. Mayor, I have to return my sincere acknowledge ments for your invitation to attend your most welcome entertainment, and I wish I could express in fitting terms my thanks. But I was always a bad speaker and a...

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 July 1877

FAM1 AS1 HOME. reeding SuHne in Summer. Now the true way to fatten pigs, at any season of the year, is to give a por tion of coarse food such as turnips, beets, carrots, potatoes, cooked cloven hay, or grass, the last being the natural food if the pig, and in summer always at hand. While in cold weather it is necessary to resort to roots, which have required manual labor to grow, in summer the pig can get its own grass, and only requires a moderate allowance ot grain to keep it growing iapidly and have it ready for the knife when grass ceases to grow. If we take all the hogs fattened in the United States in a year, and change the time of fattening from cold to warm weather, one-half of the grain now fed will make all the pork. This would be a saving of food.at least to the amount of $ 75,000,000 per year. Southern Farmer. A Oood Cement. A good cement for mending almost anything may be made by mixing to gether litharge and glycerine to the con sistency of thick cream or fresh putty. ...

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 July 1877

FA JIM AX It HOME. Feeding Su-ine in Summer. Now the true way to fatten pigs, at any season of the year, is to give a por tion ol coarse food such aa turnips, beets, carrots, potatoe3, cooked clover, hay, or grass, the last being the natural food t f the pig, and in suinintr always at hand. While in cold weather it is necessary to resort to roots, which have required manual labor to grow, in summer the pig can get its own grass, and only requires a moderate allowance of grain to keep it growing lapidly and have it ready for the knife when grass ceases to grow. If we take all the hogs fattened in the United States in a year, ar.d change the time of fattening from cold to warm weather, one-half of the grain now fed will make all the pork. This would be a saving of food,at least to the amount of $75,000,000 per year. Southern farmer. A flood CemenU A good cement for mending almost anything may be made by mixing to gether litharge and glycerine to the con sistency of thick cream or fres...

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. — 27 July 1877

THE? HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY, : : : : : JULY 27. 1877. Advertiirr muff send in their faxors. byoo clock J hurtdny morning thtn ture their appearance in triday , paper. JOII WORK. The Courier Orricc Is now thoroughly furnished with new Job Ttpk; iIko, a full supply of Letter, Note and Bill-Hbai Paper, Cards, sc., and can do work in the neatest style and at city prices. CLEAR THE TRACK! Still Ahead By a Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! HEW AND SPLENDID STOCK OF Spring and Summer, FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, tiuw Opening at the CHEAP STORE OF V Tilt mi IV 11k A Full Line of Ladies DRESS GOODS In al 1 the NOT AN D NOV EL STY LES. THE MOST IIKA11T1FCL Stylish Line of LADIES' and MISSES vv. , HATS Ever Brought to Hickman, ery . iiaio Her 6 Cheap. f BCCHISGS, Neck Ties, Cashmere Laces, Linen Embroideries, Inserting, fcsiery, Gloves, &c, at Unprecedented j low Prices. i A FULL LINE OF Ladies' Shoes, in all Styles and of the Very Best Make, Cheaper Than Ever. In Gentlemen's Hats tVe H...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 27 July 1877

THE; HICKMAN COURIER, FRIDAY. : JULY 27, 1877. AJvrrlir n ther favrt 111 8 o'clock Tliurulny morning to in slre thrir appearance in IriJays paper. jon WORK. The Covum Orrtc. is now thoroughly firaUhei with new Job Ttpk; also, a full Para, Caaba, C and can do work in the Bea4est atyle and at city prices. CLEAR THE TRACK. ! Still Ahead By a Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK OF Sp rinc: and Summer, SAXCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, Now Opening at the -... I .w v rV R A P STO li Fi O F I fTI ) i Tin Mi K Full Line of Ladies DRESS GOODS In all the NEW AND NOVEL STYLES. TUE MOST BKllTII l L fylish Line of LADIES' and MISSES I1AT3 Ever Brought to Hickman, Very Cieap. f RlTPHINfiS. Neck Ties. Cashmere Laces, Linen Embroideries. Insri liugs, j Iftsiery, Glves, &c, at Unprecedented ; Low Trices- ! A FULL LINE OF Ldie Siioe, in all Styles and of the Very Itct Make, Cheaper Than Ever.. In Gentlemen's Hats r C r AtV We Have tun ans mwpiw Embracing all te Kew Styles in Fur,...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 27 July 1877

HICKMAN COURIER PUBLISHES HYKKT WEEK BT OFFICE : ..c.... 3", '- f Ollttt Newspaper in Wtttern Kentucky. George Warren, Editor. Price of Subscript FRIDAY, : : : : : JULY 27.-IS77 Democratic Ticket.' y FOE IDE LEGISIATCHF. CAPT. HENRY CAMPBELL. HerrneS;itiriPlclurr. Reverse the scenes of lawlessness and not wlticli lias existed in Peons jl vania the last week, and let it occur in Louisiana, or any other Southern State, and what a tirade of curses and villifi cation will come upon the South. The law abiding people of Pennsylvania, ihc Slate government, the federal troops, were for a time, po'erless be fore the fury of the mob. These out bursts of society have occurred in all ages and among all peoples, and will continue to do so as long as human re to be governed by humans. These things have occurred in the Southern States', where, instead of beiug attrib j utedto theW - true cause, as iD Peun Wania, politician's" mppamling ta th prejudices of the country, have aftrib uted them of late...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 27 July 1877

HICKMAN COURIER. fOBltSHBI 1TIET WEEK BT OFFICE : Ileinie Building Clinton Street. 7A Oldett Aewpaper in Wcitern Kentucky. George Warren, Elilor. Price of Subscription, 2. FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1877 llcmocratic Ticket. . FOR THE LEGIXL ATI'S E. CAPT. HENRY CAMPBELL. nnrne Ihr Picture. Reverse the scenes of lawlessness and riot which has existed in Pennsyl vania the last week, and let it occur in Louisiana, or any other Southern State, and what a tirade of curses and viltifi catioo will come upon the South. The law abiding people of Pennsylvania, the Stale government, the Federal troops, were for a time, po' erless be fore the fury of the mob. These out bursts of society have occurred in all ages and among all people, and nil: continue to do so as long as Iiumau re to be governed by humans. These t tings have occurred in the Southern States, where, instead of beiog atlrib' BvTvauia. DOliticiaus. aiiDeaiiui to tlie prejudices of the country, have attrib uted them of late years to disloyal ...

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 August 1877

KIXO SOI.OMOX AXD TUB AXIS. BT JOBS O. WH11TIKR. Out from Jerusalem " The Kins rode with his great Wr chiefs nd lords of Mate, And ghcba'i Ciueen with them. Proud iu the Syrian sun In gold and purple; he Tlietluakv Ethioptjue Smiled on King Solomon. Wisost of men, he knew The lanuatifs of all The crwiturei great or small That trod the earth or flew. Across an ant-hill led 1 he Kinu's with, and he heard It small folk, and their word lie thus interpreted : "Were eouies the Kin men greet s wise and good and just, To cru-h us in the dudt, Under his heedless feet." The Ereat King howed his head. An t saw the wide surpiise t the Queen of heba's eves, As he told her whnt they said. "O Kine" she whispered sweet, " Too hippy f:it have tliey Who porish in thy way r.jneath thy gracious feet !" "Nay," Solomon replied, ' he wi e and stronx should seek The welfare of the weak," And turned his horse aside. His train, irith quick alarm, t'urve-l with their leader round The ant-hill's peopled mound ...

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 August 1877

KIXQ SOLOMOX AXD THE A.XTS. BY JOHX O. WHITTIKR. Ont from Jerusalem 1 he King rode with hta great Wnr chiefs and lords of utate, And bbuba'j Queen with them. lYoud in the Syrian sun In gold and purple ?he The duskT labiopQun hauled on King Solomon. Wiwst of men, he knew The languages of all The creatures preat or small That trod the earth or flew. Amws an ant-hill led J h? King's path, and he heard Its small folk, and their word lie thus interpreted : "Here comos the King men t;reet s wise and good and just, To cru-h us in the dust. Under his heedless feet." The treat Kin? bowed his head, A n i saw the wide surprise Ot the iueen of beta's eyes, As he toM her what they said. Kins!" she whispered sweet, "Too hsppy fata liaye they Who p.'rish in thy way Beneath thT gracious feet !" "Nay," .Solomon replied, "1 he wi e and strong should seek The weifare of the weak," And turned his horse aside. His train, with quick alarm, "urve-l with their lemler round The ant-hill's peopled mound And ...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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