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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 2 March 1877

hi" ml Ant 7' JIf CKMAN COURIER. vwtListia ti Bt GEO. !.AVA.TtTlElSr . Linton Btrtet, aext door to N. P. Harness r Co.' Hardware store : tP STAIRS, 7A OUUtl Newwpaptr in Western Kentucky. George Warren, Kaifor. S'rlcc of Subscript Ion, 2 FRIDAY, MARCH 2. IST7 It was a foolish notion that every Jasfice of tins Supreme Court was just TlLDEN received one million major ity of the white voters of this country. Hayes is declared elected by one ma jority of the electoral tribuoal. THE Republicans can't claim to have elected Hayes. They don't talk Cbout hit majority; but they say he has been "counted in." What a platform for fulere campaigns ? Tdk Democratic party has been out a , i-,. .,rrmp,! ?ouln Das long submitted ti rcnealed, but the rascality perlormed. o 7 . . mi .. .t.-Tud can further fDdure if tl by the radical party will insure tiie j uecess of the Democracy in the next Presidential struggle. Zr waa Frtm -- - ihat Grant would be 'the last Presi dent elected by the people. Prophet...

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. — 9 March 1877

VJfCLB JtE.1I fx' C.IMV. 3i vr xix a CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. Twentv-two hundred and ninety-one ntroia flour cn shinned from Rich mond, Virginia, to Brazil recently. " Five years each is what a Brooklyn udge lately sd to a brace of young fel lows who Bnatched a handkerchief trom the open side-pocket oT a Brooklyn young woman. The duke of Edinburg has introduced tho manly fashion of wearing bracelets He possesses a smooth, white, dimpled wrist, wears his coat sleeves cut short and, when riding in a horse car, always prefers to stand up and hold to the strap. Dr. Ebasmcs WfUsox, an eminent London physician, has taken on himself the charges of conveying the obelisk known as Cleopatra's needle from Alex- andria to London. He has made the necessary arrangement with ilr. Dickson, a well known civil engineer, at an esti mated cost of $50,000. The obelisk rvill be surrounded with water ight and air tight casing of boiler plates, will have a wooden keel and an iron deck and will be towed through ...

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. — 9 March 1877

O USEKEErER'S COL UJIX. . A. Poor Slat' Dinner xchieh mutt be. Good. Something About the Art of Buying China, ant the Proeteiing at an Omelette Matinee. The Newport World contains the following admirable suprgestiona for what is termed "a poor manja dinner," but which, well cooked, is good enough for anybody J ;r A POOB MAN'S DIKXER. Beef soup. Boef ah our-d Patatow in tLeir jacket. Blrd's-nest pudding. It must be understood from the begin ning that a poor man's dinner is to be always very good eating. The siender purse which forbids the delicacies and fat things of the martet must find its compensation in skillful, judicious cook ing and neat, deft serving. The bill of fare here offered, in the actual cost of the materials, conies within the means of the humblest reader. Just so far as he enjoys it, ' ii altogether the affair of madame, and it is to her assistance we come with a few hints. Tn selecting beef it must be kept in view that it is to furnish also the soup. As this is the...

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. — 9 March 1877

v :S ' C 3 C3 r THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY, : : : : MARCH 9, 1877. AdtvrtUert mt $etd in, thtir furors - ly 8 o'clock Tlmrnday morning to tit lure the if opptarance ' fridoy's paper. JOII WORK. The Corsica Ornre In now thoroughly furnished with new Job Ttpe; also, a full pply ef Lette, Note and Bh-l-Hkad Papei, Cakps, &c , and can lo work in the neatest style and at city prices. Wantkd We want t lie !ocal new of your vicinity, such"asbirths,'fmrri ages, deaths, improvements, mate of rops, etc. If your neighbor has ajarge kog. or a fine eow.sv.r a good crop of cot Ion or corn, let u know it. Io?al 3TetvH. Home of the Hickman merchants areonEast'buying spViug'goods. Dr. C. II Hubbard and fami'y wh lave been spending the winleHn Florida, j returned home last week. ! Two rival Republican aspirants re ; Laving a lively setto for the 1'ontolCce at j Union City. J Wejearo from tW Faducah New j that the wheal crop in that section of i country is very promising, and bids fair! t turn oat...

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. — 9 March 1877

v;v. ,sC., V 4 1 HICKMAN COURIER. rOBLISUBI VET GEO. OFFICE: Clinton s&et, next door to N. P. Harness ' ji Co.'s lU-ware store: cr STAIRS. 7 QldtXtw,pareTin Western Xtntueky. George Warren, ror lrlcc of SiiWrlpUon; Q3. FR1DAT, : : : : IFaRCiTj. 177 Gbant, retiring from the l're?e--eT, icknowle th.r his court0 ward Loawana ha teen wron-. Mr. Ki.v will zie the world , practical rest of ile efficiency of h,s ' motor within the next fit months. "Hates reached Washington in -J...!" Rr put KepnhliMn a- .it 1 The orv Ol rftange. ad i ...Mnati'.n," was all ao.ler I New York has a compulsory low lu'utbe Rochester Democrat assert- that in that Start compulsion doe do. compulse. THE proclamation of the Present calin2an extra eMon ot the .-ena.r on the 5th inst., is an assurance tha there will: do extra session of Cor press. """""'J CBTiet " 1 ra vclt " a lowl jr kn rtf wrongs the Democrat" are now com polled to endure, will one day ho riiihtrd. 'ttetributioa will come indue time. Tub Democ...

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. — 16 March 1877

i CURRRXT PARA GRAPHS. A LSTTEB in the Springfield Repub licaaaaysefErigWa Ana Eliza: "SLa wv law a Lome ia Loctport, N. Y., where her mother and two studious boys Liut taicn-etrin out, aai where eh hastens when worn and weary, to sit V her owe .heartstone, without fear molestation, independent of Brighara and poYertyv, She will receive every cent of her laJimoayhaTinjj already poeseasioa of ,200, and the Marshal ia collecting the i"'!' rents lur the rest" Turn London correspondent of the Chi cago J oufnal gay8 : You will probably be as much surprised as I was to learn that bank of England notes, good as they are all oyer the world, are not iJLt tender either in Scotland or Ireland. In Ireland the are not allied to circulate at all The moment they reach the Inah banks they are cut in two, and re- ;u;ueu eJt the bank of England, to be exchanged either for gold or Irish notes. On the other hand an Irish or a Scotch bank net was rarf a sight in -fc-cgl&ud as a Chir r-j- Coring my e...

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. — 16 March 1877

r I a?v ... a. ii i3fe ir- r it r y H i'V PBESIB1T' HAYES. His Inaugural Address. FKLtow Cixiz ssb We have asftp , ,j h nublic ceremoai F i -ixr aMntrtnn. olr3rved by all .rs and now a time honored cuiU which marks th commencement of a new Urra to the presidential office, rii.i th duties of this ereat trust, I .. ini rriTTJiance with uSaees, to f the leading principles on the subject that now chiefly enpea -nM attention, by which it 13 my desire to ba guided in -the discharge of these i.itir. I shall not undertake to lay down irrevocably principles or measures of admin'itration, but nr.ner v s-pea i matters which should animaie us lo eug eBt certain important ends to be at tained in accordance witn our lnsutu icina anil PtPrl tial to the welfare of oui mnntrr. At the outlet of the dlSCU3 iona which preceded the recent presi dential election it seemed to me fitting that I should hilly make known my sen timents in .regard to several of the most important oueations which then appeared ...

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. — 16 March 1877

; , r f , a ' . fV-: ft ' aw. r - - . ,.JSl 4 .illil4',.ltt.,. -ajai..- . I THE HICKMAN COURIER. FJUDAY, -. : : : MARCH 16. 1877. AiHertiarr, mutt tvutl ' fAe Jators ty8 o'clock Thuriulay morning tu in r aprurunc in Iridtiit paper. ' jon WORK. The Cuvhikr Office la now 'thoroughly furnished with new Jon Ttte; also, a full supply of Litter, Note. and Hill-IIkao pApta, Ca(ih), 4c , and can do work in the neatest style and at city prices. Wanted We want the !ocl new f your vicinity, such'asfbirtbs, jmarri agas, deaths, improvements,, slate of e-rops, etc If your neighbor has a large hog. or a fine; cow, or a good crop of cot fan or corn, let ct know it. laocal Ifcws. Local items scarce. Work od the corporation hae coin MtuceJ. Head the Prea'deot's inaugural ad dress oa fourth page. The base ball fever has apain brjake fNt io our midst. Sheriff B. 11. Walker, returned from Frankfort, Monday last. County court wan io sea-ion MonsVay Montgomery, presiding. Dkatu xf am old Gmzt.t. We re pa...

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. — 16 March 1877

- 1 . " w; i ; ' . ...... - """" " 'iiMiar-i i i wii.aMM"aaBMaBwu mmmmngfmmmmmmmmi . .-... -:..... jCjMJBI III' urn"" ' JTIIGKMAN C0U11I ER. GEO. W-Armiiis . - OFFICE: ninHrn street, door to S. P. IHrjj! j;k CoB Hard ware aiort i TP STA1IH". 7 hi OlAttt Xewnxtpfr in Wtttern Kentucky. f C5eorc Wnrrcn, I3lior. BrIoe of Subscription, -$2. FRIDAY, MARCH If.. IS77 Tle Cut-in. William M. Evrts, of New Yrk, Secretary of State. John Sherman, of Ohio, Secretary of the Treanrv. nnrff W. McCrarv. of Iowa. Scc- " ' r- ' ' retary of War. Richard M. Thompson, of Indiana, Secretary of the Navy. Charlea Ieven, of Mas.achusett- Attorney General. David M. Key, of Tennessee, Post maoter General. m Carl Schtir, of Missouri, Secretary of the Interior. The cabinet, after some delay and considerable prowlintf oo the part of !-- HeTm!in, wm confirm. i fr" thli ton ot a rw. S5w -t- derstoofl, orevef, to be merely pro visional, i eompod of ?uch elc meotswa e ot Ion agree. When Hayes' bonthern policy is defin...

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. — 30 March 1877

Til VI US JX1 1,1 CURREXT "PARAGUAY IIS Tme fashion ciitic bf the London Court Journal say :- "A few years ago riding habits were so lonj that accident were of frequent occurence; they are now bo short that they are not habits. I was standing the oiher day at the railings in the park, whTa a young lady on horse . Lack parsed me. I presume she wore a "riding habit," hut were I asked to make an affidavit that she was not attired in trousers iny strict love of veracity would prevent me from doing so." Hjxt Ethe 1st of February until the close of congress the widow of president Tyler lias attended every meeting of the commi.ion and the joint session of tho two houses. In person, Mrs. Tyler ia a short, plump, well preserved brunette, and still wears the deep mourning and widow's rap for her husband. By a special not the franking privilege was once conferred on her, and all the repeals and rs forms on postal affaire hare left this courtesy unquestioned. Orjvi: Lwux is astonished at the qu...

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. — 30 March 1877

FJLK3I JM GAKDEX. Topic of Agrielt-l IioH' Irrest. ABOUT SAI.T1SO CATTLE. An experiment was made by Mr. Wil lard Turk, of Portland, to fee exactly how much salt per day each dairy cow would consume throughout the year. He reports that they will eat (when they have free access to it) from three to five ounces per day each ; that they will con sume lew in June, or when the grass is young and tender, than in July, and less in July than Auzust. The quantity of gait eaten by a cow ia also varied by her being in niilk or being dry. When giv ing milk fehe requires more salt. His conclusions on the whole are that the drier, older or harder the grass (or other feed) is, the more salt the cow need to assist to carry on the digestive process everything else being equal. Last November, at the request of Mr. Hardin, I placed my four pet Alderney calves and six yearling Alderney heifers on their usual winter diet, minus the gait. This wa kept up till the first of February. They had been in the ha...

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. — 30 March 1877

3 '- Via IIlCKMxVNCOUIUER. QEO. WATIREN. OFFICE: UoUB alrtet, atst door to X. T. Harness A. Co.'a Hardware store: rr tair. did everything in my power t' pave j 71, OUlit.Vrprrin Wttfrn Kentucky. The- New York Suit s-: Mr.RaO jdccinei d.iM, at lea-it, anon-r the Democratic ,eadera, u not di-p..c-d to Jro? the tIie cmiorants. but Tat.. th on.- whi.i Coi.ntj-O'r.cfun, : areat titsuo r.I ec-monty nr. J jcJr.rt:!. : (Ilust sUft.r. U:,virir said this 1 f,.,.! j Men inny coino anl nifci iiim j;r,. JI liV"5 i njri ncJ. I u.k t lie Lord, my ()! . j . - 1 1. i 1.. I tolplitf lid Ills.. ,ii.t- to M.J .. ., ,1 . . .. . -. i tuav ie cuuutcd it) una i i ion imv ',l i ' . c o x l i i 1. i i ... .... ., - ...:. i i - f t i nev pi.,..p iicivrinv . Til i . I .1 : v :. r i . . r s ti r .. i .... i v . i - t i : 1 it v - S i - - - " 1 ei v -;i ! 1 1 1 1 t ii i ! i e ii a ti . .i e ver ren-t ioie u.y sympathy. I j 4 II I lit, Mi 'I' i: si .s 13 Efi I -T j I. ecu!,..,, task, .md I never won!J li.ive I .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. — 30 March 1877

f TH1T HrCKMANCOURIER: MARCH 30. J 677. AJvrtwm mn(. uml in their Javor hyQttork 'lltvrtday morning to in air (heir ajipearance in Iridat't JOrt WO UK. Th Coraiaa Officb it now thoroughly furnished with new Job Tvpr; also, a full apply ef I.rrrm, Notb and P.ii.i-Ilfcn Wrtft, Card, , mil ran Jo work in the ateit ftjle and at citjr prices. WANTID. We want the local iipw f jour vicinity, such as births, niarri get, deaths, Improvements, elate of rP, te. If your neighbor has a large Wg, r a fine cow, or a good crop of cot t or torn, let na know it. Our editor is aeaia absent. Good farm hand's are io deir.an . garden ass will soon be marketable. A new brick pavement is being laiJ iu, front of the Baptist, Church. 'Settia' Parlies" are a'l the g aaaong our cotorea population. To be, or not to be i the question aw in regard to the fruit crop. ImproenieDt9 are still pin? on, ftotwithstandins the cry of hard tiinea. The mn who ndertise libprally the man who I successful iu business, In a few...

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 April 1877

r: t'3s C UEIlAft j GBJLFHS. FHs now said that Gen. Joe Johnston will be United SUtes'marBhal for- Vir- ginia .When politically,- disabled , he declined the- tempting ffs of the com mand of the khedive's armyj with' a salary of $50,000 a- year, because he pre ferred, as he eaid, to lire and die an American iiitizen. He now ekes out a support by a life insurance agency. NvpjBT is telling of the famous snow m stoTms of 4 February 20 and 24, 1717, whieb covered the ground from ten to ."Cwentv it, rt that people for wme days fc-r oabi not pas from house to house ; it Generally covered the lower stories so that people, 'dag tinder, the snow from house to house. Seon after a blight rain efell; and ,tb frost'erusted over the snow that people went outof their chamber windows and walked over it in safety. The fashion critic of the Loud. v Court .Tourual says "4A few years ao riding 'habit? were s.j long that "accidents were of freqiunt occurence; they are now so thort that they are not Jiabi...

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 April 1877

-ft mil STRTJSOTU OFTIIJ& 6 ORILLA . ' 7CVnsiiering the bulk of the body of a 'gorilla, and. the? nature of the move- merits of climbing, it is to be expected f ' that those muscles and lones which are Kl connected with the blade-bone should be lareeand strong. This is remarkably .the j case. On examining the back of a gorilla one is stxack with the great pro jection of the back-bones in the neck. In man each back-bone or vertebra has a cti.i-a ! prOJCCUOU, UI BIU11E, imu civ..o v.iii I backwards more or l-ss. These are mu&11 ! - in the region of the neck, but in the eorilla these 'Koines are very long there : and give a peculiar hump-necked aP-! ..,.. Their size, however, is in ', exact relation with the size and strength of the muscles attached to them, and some of these go to the blade-bone to siahist in the act of climbing. It is this hump-necked appearance, j "and the round-backed look produced by the great size of the blade-bones which , .,, i t.,,f . makes a gorilla s...

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 April 1877

i ' Ti . . ,-e..- : THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY, : APRIL 6. 1677. Advfrtistrs mint send in their Juror by 8 o'clock Thursday morning to in sure their aj'peurunce it triday's paper. JOR WORK. The rocfttEK OrriCB Is now thoroughly furnished with new Job Ttpr; also, full apply of Lkttck, Not and Rill-Heah fAFE. CaDS, 4o , and can do work iu the sealest atylt and at city prices. CLEAR Till TRACK! StiUfAhead Bya Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Ctaap!!! NEW AND SPLENDID STOJK OF ! Spring and Summer,! FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, Sow Opening at the 1877 j ton Street, has teen so t horo.i jh'y ru C I? 13 CrpAI?!? At1 i painted, renovated, and tixel up e ,-!,.. rl- Tl A Full Line of Ladies DRESS GOODS tn all the .NEW AND NOVEL STYLES. THE MONT IiFAUTIFtTIa Stylish Line of LADIES' aud MISSES HATS Ever Brought to Kickiuau, Very Cheap. A sriai:xDi iaisrt: Jt RCCHINGS, Neck Ties, Cashmere Laces, Lineu Embroideries. Inserting, lljuiery, Gloved, le., at Unprecedented Low Prices. A FULL LINE OF Ladies' 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. — 6 April 1877

j . I i 4 HICKMAN COURIER. VVBLItBKI f TUT Will IT geo. AvvrmiiiTsr . OFFICE : Clinton street, aext door te N. I. Harness & Ce.'e Hardware store: rr- staivs. T OlJrtt Xewfmp'rin Wtttern Kentucky. George lVarren, Kriitor. Prle of Subscription, FRIDAY, : : : : APRIL , IS77. t'OlSTIf C01 OT10. Te dominate n nemnrraf f Candidate ir ihe Let; 11 u lure. A corrcpoodut nf the Cliulou lhmitemt uros ibe Democratic party to "call a mast contention of Hick man and Faltoo coootie. for sometime in May or June, to be helJ at sow convenient place, and there let the two counties coneult together," and Dotui t.ate a suitable candidate fur the Leg islatare. The correspondent further ?njs. "let as try to harmonize the differences that may exist between us as farmers, lawyer, mechanics, merchant., trader. ojher occupation; and see it TiW1wZncueTr.mT have rtctiareu mey r;i rt Democrat on accouut of the Electoral commission, etc. We secood the suiestion of the correspondent, except, wo thiok a del ega...

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 April 1877

i, - r CUJRltEyT PARAGRAPHS. Tennessee has had three postmaster generals Cave Johnston, Aaron V. Brown, and David 31. Key. The secretary of the treasury h issuod ' regulations " which are to be observed in the appointment and pro motion to position in his department. Oxly four of the fifty-eight s'gners of the Texan declaration of independence in 1833, survive. These are Edward Waller of Virginia; John W. Bunton. of .Tennessee ; W. B. Scates, of .Sherman, i Colorado;' and Charles B. Stewart, of j Texas. All are over sixty-three. j . " ; i .Savannah (Ga.)News: There is aj marked improvement manifested in what j Is called the material progress of the ! state. The ideas of the people are get- J ting out of the old ruts, and are mapping ' out a new departure in the develop- inent of the manuracturing interests of; Georgia. Fei'R California railroad men 1. 1). ! Coltou, Leland .Stanford, ('has. Crocker! and Hopkins have erected palatial resi- deuces on the summitof California street ; hi...

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 April 1877

CURRENT PjLJtJLGItArnS. Tesnesseb lias had three postmaster generals Cave Johnston, Aaron V. Brown, and David M. Key. The secretary of the treasury has issued " regulations " which are to be observed in the appointment and pro motion to position in his department. Oxi,Y four of the fifty-eight signers of the Texan declaration of independence in 1835, survive. These are Edward Waller, of Virginia; John W. Bunton, of Tennessee; Wr. B. Scates, of Sherman. Colorado; and Charles B. Stewart, of Texas. All are over sixty-three. Savannah (Ga.) News: There is a marked improvement manifested in what is called the material progress of the state. The ideas of the people are get ting out of the old ruts, and are mapping out a new departure in the develoj- inent of the manufacturing interests of Georgia. FeCR California railroad men 1. l. Coltonj Leland Stanford, Chas. Crocker and Hopkins have erected palatial resi- denceson the summit of California 6treet house cost $5,000,000, Crocker's $2, 800...

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 April 1877

7 a" JL. a-- AGItICULTUH.il llo k Tt 7ef .VfiP Tool. .And now, dear farmers, such of you aa are tired of the old took, let us give you a bit of advice. If you don't take it bet ter than ndvie? we have giveny-ou on former occasions, all right it will be no great loss to us; no here it is: Do not rub linseed oil on you r fork and shovel and rake handles; do not paint your plows and mowers ; do not use any rust preventive on the iron and steel parts. and above all, leave everything out of lxrs. You really have no idea low iuicklv you will nostssss a new wt of tnaU. nrovUed vou have a balance at i - - the bank. Journal of Proyre. jUngnulia Acuminata. Iu rfply to several inquiries about this beautiful shade and ornamental tree, we would say that we have found itlhardy in this latitude. With lutii ciotis care in transplanting, when once established, it is one of the most desirable trees for the lawn. Its superior state lines of form, the size and richness of its fUags and lavish yield of ...

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