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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 23 December 1881

1 OH 8).a'.'Jl!K"lIHLCl 15 THE HICKMAN COURIER, pVCLKHKO ETTBT TRIDAT BT UCOR i: TV A li IS El X IirCKUA.V, : : : : : KESTUCKY. Officii Helnie Building, Clinton Street. TA O'Jitt Nett.ipaper in Western Kentucky. George Warren. I'M. tor. Price oT Subscription, 82. FRLR AY. : : DEO. 23. 1831 Tint Tennessee penitentiary is being Tebuilt. Tnt Kentucky Legislature resumes its Sitings January 8rd. Tnt trial of Guiteau is intermpteJ by sickness in th family ot one of the jurors. S. I. M. Mvos li been re-elected State Printer, defeating Mr. Jno. Gaines, of Paiueah. Martin Pacqi-it is to be hung at New Madrid. Mo.. Jan. :10th, far the taurier of J James 3. Barnes. Tihotut O. Howe, of Wisconsin, has been appointed rostmaeter-General. Only three of Gar6eld' cabinet now remain. Ot Kentucky penitentiary ComiaJs. slonefs!hftve-seieeff-TfrPTITr preper location for the new penitentiary Jcrot Orat, of Massaohuselts, has been appointed ly President Arthur to the racaucy on the U. S. Supreme Court Uen...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 6 January 1882

JIUH0BS OF TIIE DAY. FUBUtHBD ITUI VRIDAT BT GEORGE WAKBEIV; 1IICUHA.V K X. OFFICE HEINZE IUILDINQ, CUMTON STREET r"rio ol Subscription, .1 3 iiik ikatii or xhk FAiTiirn; DOU JACK ' - t - - BT KEV. OLIVtU Cr.ANE, D. P. ' 1 iu pttM iu my study,' - Urain in t.iuk ml thought i lUUildj, Kery nrrve i on t!in rark ; Kbiu would I write jrlib and gldl7, - . C Hut we all are fYellutf ba-ltr, - - AVe r mi'uruiiir -ar and nxV?-, .r - -' Mourninff nYrr liuUilul J.k- - Jt-k id tlra.1 ! the kco old fellow, tirirzh. I. rKl nd whit and y.Uor, t oo t tte and fr.eud to f rirmlu ; . Tnif, hn- ha. I a tr.rk of mHpniir, Vwiruu rouud, and Miuf ttmt swooping I town anintitf the lu-nn, theu ('tonplng, Crouching meek to make aiu-'uds. It waa Sunday he atkn.. Ail day 1dk lid look J foraakeiu . ' - KoaicWy utter: titf a pnutid; Vet aii night wu htsrd him lrkm;, I iio'iffli it iwmed not worth rpaiarkinff, Larkwiw ajjr r inhng rtund- r .. 'tMi. t ts' "ltf was Sick aw! dvictf". T - JF V n-pt ui.'rtiiinf fuuU ium...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 6 January 1882

farm sotes. A votbeb of farmer in Arkansas are engaged in the cultivation of figs. Sunflower setds fed in small quanti ties impart a beautiful gloss to the plum age of poultry. Apr-L.Es keep better in tlamp, moiht rt-Uars tlian in dry ones. In the latter they lucooio dry and shriveled. Iu the former plump and juicy. Is 1S81 the acreage of cereals ia Man itoba was: Wheat, 3,i.8,475 bushels ; Duts, 3,521,720 bushels; barley, 500,000 bushels. Average per acre : Wheat, 28 bu.-hoIs ; oats, 5G bushels ; barley, 40 bushels. Wild birds are uniform in color. Yo-mo.-tieation causes a breaking up of color unci a variety of shape. When an indi vidual commences breeding to a standard by selection, he fcecures uniformity igain. A vet quinary writer condemns high manprers for horses, claiming that they irritate the throat aud create a tendency to heaves. He says the manger should lie on a level with the feet, as that is in Accordance with nature. The weight of hen's cgg;s ranges from 15 to 21 ounc...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 6 January 1882

. M 4 - - fl CI THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, JAN. 6, 1882 B3Short communications on pab'.ic questions printed but net responsible tor sentiment or expressions of corres pondents except where we refuse to gite name of author. Local Items. Mr. nd Mrs. Dr. C. II. Hubbard left on Saturday last for Florida.. Misses Blanch and Ophelia McQebee are visiting friends in the city. Mr. Win. Frent, of Milan.. Tenn., spent several days in tbs city last week. Dr. W. T. Plummer and wife left for Florida, Thursday morning, to spend the winter. Miss Ida Adams, of Louisville, Ky., is visiting the family of her brother, Mr. Mao. Adams, of this city. Dr. Jo. Luten, member of the Legisla ture, visited Hickman during Christmas holidays. He voted againat the Atlanta prse. Good for Jo. Mr. F. F. Gholson and family, of Cairo, III., accompanied by Miss Loula Towell, of this city, who has been attending school in Cairo, are visiting their father, Mr. J. West Powell. Tli.r. in fi'l Snn.hr. , ,. .Xtettt ace ?C p...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 6 January 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER, t JrVBLlSnED ETICItT FRIT AT BY IHCKilAX, : : : : : KESTCCSY. Omci Helnie BuilJinr, Clinton Street. Ik Q'dtttNtxetpaperin. Ifettrrn Ktntwiy. George Warren, Killfor. Price of Bm1cHUoii, &2. FRIDAY. JAN. G. 1882. "Eddttiil it to have the branch peni tentiary. Tbi Kentucky Legislature reafeembleJ last Tueeday. Tatsce Victor Doninm is lo tbe UnitJ States this yes-r. Coi. n. 3. IfcCosiB, the great rilrol BfB.(t, Jie-1 in Philadelphia, l8t Fri-W- Miibtiui trull to get rid ofthe State penllentary by Laving U moved from that city. " Tb Territory oT Alaska should be ueed by the United State as a penal colony, and do away with alt the State penl'en. iiariei. Tat first work before Congress is to apportion the number of members to each State. Kentucky it certain motto Ion-, and may gain one. Thk small pox scare ie rapidly growing, and the disease remains uncheeke-J. The larger cities are suffering now, but tbe towns will soon catch t. Tn reception of tbs Kentucky Legisl...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 January 1882

HBT .fflCKMAN. COURIEB, KIUMIO ITUI FilDAT BT GEORGE WARREN, H1CKH1X, K X. OFFICE HEINZB BUILBINa CUM TON STREET GEOEOB "WAEEEN, Editor, Prio ot Subscription, : 83 rOPULAK SCIENCE. Fob several years it Las been observed that the European glaciers are steadily retreating. TnE molecules of hydrogen, at a tem perature of 61) Fahrenheit, move at the average of 6,225 feet in second. Flammarian says that the taSI of a romet must sweep through 6pace vith the velocity of 16, 000 leagues per second Mb. Stojie, her Majesty's astronomer at the (.'ape of Good Hope, has just com pleted his great catalogue of Southern stars, the result of ten years' labor at the cape. Thk algw known as protococcaoce have one ecu!iurity they do not live in the water but in other plants, some in dead, some in dying and others in living parts. imuug or baioiiiuR wiu&iu trtrntnee, but a temperature p 212 Fahrenheit, or at least 1G0U should be reached in every part of the meat to bring about this result. The color...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 January 1882

THE FAHM. Practicallt, the many articles show ing how tho bad qualities of a horse may Ih; discerned by thoso investing in horse flesh nro entirely worthless, as every one familiar with this noble beaut can attest. It in true t.;at a horse's countenance Fonit-times indicates viciousness, but thid thing f examining his eyes, head, tail, etc., etc., to rind whether he has intelli gence, t -mjHT, coinage, honesty, etc., id worse than the sickliest popyeook. The irdy way to secure a giKxl-natured and servii ealile hcrso w ithout danger of being Mvimlh'd, is to make your selection and thru take him on trial. A common p an iu horwo-trading ia to take every man for i villain until he proves himself a gt-nt!e-ni.ni. J-'armitir World. Mick uro v ry prolific ; a single pair i;l ( ftcn multiply to fifty or more dur ing a single season, as the earlier lir.'od.s reproduce one or more generutioi.s. INiialiy a large proportion of tnch sum mer's growth is killed oil" iu winter, if autumn rains satu...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 January 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER. JTRIDAY. JAN. 13. 1882. BrjfShort communications on public questions printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres ponding except wliert we refuse topive name of author. Local Items. Mr. J R. He', of Crystal, Teno. i .ttendlog Vandtrbilt Cnl?ersity, Nash ellle. tT THOSE owing FORTUNE CO., either by note or account, will pleats omt forward and settle. The Coort of Claims fireJ the poll tax for 18S2 at 53. The delinquent and pauper lists caused the iecrease. Tbt administrator's "ale of the e (ats of James Murphy, dec'd, will oour Bear Jordan Station, Friday, Jan. 29th. lO Cent Counter! Wonderful variety of Choice Articles, at L. W. SCOTT & CO., dslG Clinton Street. C. B. KIomD and Mis Mattie Ellison, will commence teaching a private school at the Publio School House, on the 27lb of February next. Patronage solic ited. Terms liberal. Harness. Saddlery. &.c . ic For Harness, Saddlery, and all kind of repair work in tlrat line, call on T...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 January 1882

Ml i J, - THE HICKMAN COURIER, pCaXIflD ETSRT IDT BT m .o siu E vfarre HICK MAX, : : : KEXTCCKY. Orrros Helnie Bnildine;, Clinton Street 7A 0?Jl Xttoapaprrin H'tittrn Kentucky. George Warren, EII4or. Price of NMlcripion, FRIDAY. 7 : JAN. 13. 1882 Tub Paducah Xtvi nnouni that there it no imttl pox in that city. A coal oil inspection bill, for the bene fit of the mailer towns in Kentucky, is pending in the State Legistatuie. It is a DtedeJ law. The Census Reports show that Ken tucky, with a population of 1,048,600, the amber ntfr ten years of as who cannot read is VloS.ltJti, or 15 t'ti per cent. Tbs Kentucky Commissioner of Agri culture bas fixed Jan. 17 ss 4he day for bis annual corn show. Competent and iin partial judges will inake the awards. Thi Whipping Post bill ha bsen defeat ed in the Legislatrue, our Representative, Dr. LtD. eotias; ajdinst tt). law. A majority of our peeple, w think," favor the law. ' The Kentucky Legislature meets now at 10. SO a. ro. and adjourns at 1 p. ...

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 January 1882

uriuKHAWuura, - ----- fi OFFICE HE1NZE' ItiiLOlNC tpLUtfOM -STREET- ". ) . J " ' , . . . I : ...... .. . ,.-f. - - - . I.- , . 5 VV ' ' ' i ... . t.-- ,t . . i .- OJEOROH 'WXEREN, Editor, ' h- t" . . , . . . , ' - - ;tt " . T (!1ni; : - " ' - ' i i .. ' , . , , - ' ' -J . T,1 OIl1 St- ii Western Koiituoky. ';- ; ' ?rlo of "Stib-ortption t, of ; . -- -J1 " ;. vhistorical, r t r Mmf. rovpADqcs.was the origiuator of high heels. '" -.'-.'. 4 '-- .. The Egyptian physicians of -old were.. paid by I he state. 5 Pli s y says that f onr-wheeled carnages were invented. by the, rhyrgiana. Y " The main farts of blood cifeuhvtion. have onlv been known 250 TeataT" . . fcMBALMlxo was in use among . the t5v j'ntujn at ieww oy.; vciiis uuw Six hnhilred lions wtro killed ,t one show, given by the Iloman Pompy. The Assyrians and Greeks had "tri monthly festival, besides aunaal revels. . Qi'eex Euzaueth grunted the'llrst" royal patefit eoacedod to players in 157ti. Wrejt, the arhitH't cf tit. Pimle, de...

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 January 1882

THE FlMILY DOCTOB. For toothache, where ft cavity exists, there ar-many remedies in conrmon use, but, says an exchange, none seem to re lieve as equal parts of hydrate of chloral and 'gum camphor rubbed together. Saturate a pioeo of cotton with the mixt ure and put it into tho cavity of the tooth covering it with dry cotton. Care must be taken not to allow the remedy to come in contact with the inside of the mouth, as it may produce severe burn ing. As exchange Bays': "Xiet any one who has an attack of lockjaw take a email quantity of turpentine, warm it and pour it on the wound, no matter where the wound is, and relief will follow in less than a minute. Nothing better can bo applied to a severe cut or bruise than cold turientine ; it will give certain re lief almost instantly. Turpentine is also a sovereign remedy for croup. . Saturate a piece of flannel with it and place the flannel on the throat and chest, and in every case three or four drops on a lump of sugar may be taken inwa...

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 January 1882

r THE tyJCKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY. JAN 20. 18S2 t5wSbort communications on public ?uestiona printed but not responsible or sentiments or expressions of corres pondent except where we refuse to give nivrne of antbor. Local Hems. T e railroad will not be completed into PyernbuTg before next spring. Ncttce.A11 p urtien indebted to J. KOGERS, will p'eaee come forward and fettle at once. The Mobile & Ohio and Iroo Moun ' tain rallroade are to eatabliab a onion J pot at Columtaa. Several eases of small po reported t Cairo. It !a getting too close to liick tnan to be pleasant. Col. Poors and Maj Gaines, tbousb defeated, eccnred first nd second places in the nominee' office, ear the correspondents. Ileorj Burnett, E-q . of padueah, wan married tbiii week, to a Mint Dallam, of Henderson, and has gone to Florida ou a 'bridal trip. Flood and biIi water have beo the order of the day in all the Upper Coun try the pat two week, and much damage to property ha been the consequence. riARstteg. SiDD...

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 January 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER, HICK., XSXTUCKY. n...-ntnx Bnildin. Clinton, Strert.1 ft OlU't Xoip-tprr!i fftsttr Kentucky. 4corgo WuiTCii, MMlCor. Price of Kiibwcrlpllon, 8 F IU IyT :7: T JAN." 2071862 Jrncs W. Liaosar, was tha permanent Chairman of the Democratic Stale- Con vention. Btikti, tbe Mountain Evangelist, it Hill creating A sen.stion in Louisville by Ins preaching, au.tointing of the aCicted, Ou case of small pox occurred at May Beld, last week, aad that community was greatly frijhtened, but no further cases reported. J-on 0. Tbomfsos announces, apparent ly with amhority, that Senator G. II. TenJleton, of Oliio, will be a candidate for President to 1931. The friends of Mr. Bayard are also trying to get up a booui for htm. Caft. Tho. J. lUxat, of Mjrgan coun ty, U the Deioocratio nominee for CISrk tf the Court of Appeals. Western Ken tucky felt great pride in Mr. Thoe. O. l'oore for the position, but we hare grown use to seeing our favorites slaughtered. rVsAfoK P.nn'vv.N, of tJcjr...

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 January 1882

11; : II t 1 . i'4 Mo., FeTT M-ICOIAIJ,Cfl.ffM . . RICKMAH. kx. WCE-HZEJUlUMI,-u-,o "W-ARBKN-.Editor. on. POPULAR SCIENCE. Bctter globules in milk may be seen under a microscope. GxsKors ammonia is exceedingly im. pervious to radiant heat 17 . A PJaD enrrent pass throneh any eori)m-t.n. i i i. . . UtHl, biS MtS the richest oil, -6 wv mo genus cruciferre. -V:. OI Color 10 flow9 of the nt..ra lucreases witu the altitude. J.HK hnmin Iu-v.7.. ia , . . fe-n " " ""ioseu oi lour- eiementa; common chemical 8,i!nhf,rIfLi-V is mftnnfnctured from red Lou- as aial-sing the enak e-like K i Perkins lectur. Crrt5' Uidi Tim l.nrr fk- 1 . r. J IVUm- im't "CT6o omans l.UUU.uuu corpuscles in a cubic tnulimetcr. It is said that the formation of fogs and clouds arises from the presence of dust in the atmosphere, A new celluloid is said to he obtained frnra well peeled potatoes, treated with a solution of sulphuric acid. Thk raw materials of which dynamite is made are sulphuric acid, saltpeter, gljcerine...

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 January 1882

the runt. rROisfl thk Norway Srpcck. Prun ing may be done for Terr opposite ends. II the spruce is planted hedge or screen, then it . needs to be dwarfed, rather than encouraged to grow upward. Cutting back the new growth, before it has yet hardened, is generally done in June ; this has the effect to keep the tree in a dwarf, compact form. If the object is merely to regulate the shape, by re moving or shortening certain branches, it may be done in autumn at any time before severe weather comes. For cut ting away the lower limbs of a Norway spruce, cr other evergreen, there is no one "proper time." Grtsm Plaster or Paris. "When frTptmm, or crude plaster, is heated to 272 degrees it loses the water it natur ally contains, and becomes planter of rris. Though the operfttion in often called "burning," it takes place at a comparatively low temperature. When mixed with water, it re-unitos with that, and becomes chemically the same as it was before, and when re-ground is probably as valuabl...

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 January 1882

'V -& tf ? .r S ' Vv h t F E-tjtCKMAN COURIER. IDAY. : : : : : .1 N 27 182 "T5s-.Sbort communications on puhlio stions printed mt not responsible j Bcntimems or expressions of corre-i p'ltnta except where we refuse 4ogiv nine or tuthor. Local Hems. Sufh treet l rjaN .re .neter .known bfore. j I Bu-5oes in II io km si is fi ro, though jj net ery tr'.-k. - OTIOS. AH jiaru?' In 'J t J - Il03SIi5, will p!?aj waj f.rwj.:-l aa ! ettle at once. Soma West niekmari'P vp lm) ta oa'e their hotue .io conquoce of tUa hih -w arer. HaM entTiririf n in TTicimiin do . rot pay in fan w hare fot no hall. Our j jor.j;in or Cac-, w.-,:il 1 pro re vary need is ft Cue bo;l ftrid a oo I pa' lic hail, j rrofi,alji; nn j ron,ri,t t- boih pMca. a., a . j... r.u r.. i. ..L.. . t precent, i aneouce.1 a tn h la'e for Asresaor. He iJ to be a cleacr, popu lar, tij competent jrentleniiin. . Look oat for n b'n! -z b ""! pre est uprine. Lonai lernnie prepar'itt ona lag maJe fjr the ereclivi of new lion' toon aijj...

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 January 1882

n it ' tl1 r.cs. rni -...t.fO:l" Til V. i ; 4 , y j ! .,-.. .s.. :i ,r" '-.iki uivl if.! . t . 5 J - IT ). ' i ' " - ' n it. l-i. . t. Of! it-. 1 ii I ' I .' rati a noaii:, 4 r ' ' I'l f'if .... D r, J ... . . H , atf . t 1 1 y : v V . . i ; .. ir y - THE HICKMAN COURIER, Outer. Ilelrvis fl-ai! I'm., Clinton clreet. ft OUeti X.Kti'-iixri-i 'tJrn X-:n!n--kv. iJeiirc Warren, ltiKos. the r,sj,il,,. Mr'iitli of. tV:' ' f Kentucky , b lmi a J at ' ' IO!:i-,r f V.lf.r. 'P.r. ........ .I)'il IT'L n.t... ., . 1 . '"'I rjv.T tva il i uti i " y s'lr.uj: Ken broimht to n iil hut I tsil v oa. if i ! i:.M I re. . : e h.if ir- t u t! Wlii-.'U I.I IV ;k1 ',(, ;(.,,!! t'r i 1 1 1 ! is im:.o!.i I -1 C ' I :i S -v! ( -.r 1 i lii ! I i .kf .rt. TToUor-. bolt fr.iT-i r,rl1' a,ut new rr,t.o,t, W::-.,rJf.' Gl,vcrn"' j !.!! I. ? i r:.o- ..i fUt '"- I nn-i tii'ikP 'i.iti i lie so aj a corrroniU.. If it be ,iiS treatejjdtil not i :n .1 I. -.n'l. The last ipeeoli in ibe Oailena tril bi! v.dn finish.! uml tii...

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. — 3 February 1882

THE HICKMAN COURIER, rCBUSHKD ITIIT F KID AT BT GEORGE WARKKN, HICKMAN, K T. OFFICE HE1NZE BUILDIHQ, CLINTON STREET GEOBOE "WAEREN.Edltor, X?rlo ot BviTSaoriptlon. : s S3 ITLUIAX. ffhn Hnaa th PTmbulllBl Chirgo L.u.r lo Sw Tors Eifrtu. Tho history of Mr. Pullman is that ol ft busy man sagacious, ambitious and useful. He is now about forty-seven yearn of age, in jx-rft-ct health, ijm pathetic iu his habit, and good for twenty year, at least, of work. Ho ban a home in Chicago that cost nearly $li0,000, where ho lives mostly while in America. Ho has elegant summer places on the St. Lawrence and at Long Branch, at whic h one of his four brothers, two of whom are preachers, or some of his im mediate fnmily or friends may be found during the summer. He spends much mot hi tizue iu X-'urope. The secret of his being able to accomplish so much 1 business is his marvolou power of Jia crtminntion in selecting his lieutenants. He simply has to order, and the work is done. Mr. Pullman got his sta...

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. — 3 February 1882

THE FIRM. Tobacco as a window plant, is recom mended by a correspondent of an Eng lish journal. It certainly has much tc commend it ; its broad, green leaves, mid stately habit, while, should it flower, its abundance of bloom would be showy, and contiuue long. The tobacco stores often have it aa a sign, which Bhows thai it will eudure neglect. Nitrouen is Fkbttxizers. Natural manures, dung, urine, etc, contain scarcely any nitric acid, and but very Jittle ammonia. . Nearly all the nitrogen is in the form of organic nitrogen. It occurs as organic nitrogen likewise in most of the artificial fertilizers, as bone, dried blo.d, meat scrap, fish, leather wato, and in the " ammoniated" phos phates, in which these are used to sup ply tho nitrogen. Peruvian guano con tains considerable ammonia, but the largest pnrt of nitrogen is iu organio compounds. Indeed in all ordinary ni trogenous fertilizers, except nitrato of poda and sulphate of ammonia, the bulk of the nitrogen is organic nitrogen....

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. — 3 February 1882

THE fjICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, FEB. 3, IS82 BASbort communications on public question! printed but not responsible for sentiments or expressions of corres pond nti except where we refute to give natreof author. Local Items. Vaccination is io ogue. Lent berio February 22 J. Ob, the roads, (he beautiful road. St. Valentine's day is approaching The ftossipers have a wedding on tap. Ile'p your town and your Iowa will Le'p you. Try it. As yet no email pox has appeared !a Hickman, and the scare has somewhat itiideJ. Notice. All parti indebted to J. W. ROGERS, will pleae come forward and .(tie at once. Remember the Musical Asociatioa meats at the Methodist Chnreb, to night. A.l lovers of music are invited to join. Preaching at the Bapit cbunh next Sunday; and, thereafter, Eld Clark will All hie regular appointment here tofore. Don't lacV op on your advertise dents simply because busineis is dull. Advertising will tiring you businete in the dullest season. A psother. catamount. Mm. or some o...

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