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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 13 April 1877

i -r . ... f it- i fiiii Iow To Oct u Tool: Ami now, dear farmers, such of you aa are tirol of the old took, kt us give you a bit of advice. If you don't take it let ter than advici we have given you on former occasions, all right it will 13 no rrroat Kuw t u; ho here it in IX not rab 1imeel oil on your fork and ahovcl and rake handles; do not puint your plows and mowers; do not uao any rust preventive on the iron and Hteel partn, and above all, leave everything out of dxire. You really hare no idea low quickly you will posocvi a new !-et of tools, provided you have a balance t the back. Journal cf rrogrc4. Staanvlia Acuminata. In reply to peveral inquiries about this beautiful shade and ornamental tree, we would ray that we have found it hardy in thin latitude. ith u.li cious care ia transplanting, when onre established, it is one of the most dcmrable trees for the lawn. Its superior htate lineaof form, the ize aud richneiu of it foliaga, and lavish yiel'l of fragrant flow ers, ent...

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. — 13 April 1877

' i THE HICKMAN COURIER. FRIDAY. APRIL 13. 1877 Advertiser mttxf en1 in their Javors IyB o'clock llinmluy morning to in mre their- appearance in Frulay't paper. .IfMt HORK. The OorjiER Office is now thoroughly furnished with new Job Type; also, n full supply of Lkttkr, Note and Bill-Heap Vaper, Cari, ifcc , ami can do work in the neatest style and at city prices. inn mini TRACK ! inn StilllAhead By" a Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! NEW AND SPLENDID STOK OF Spr ri n g . an d S.u m m cr, f9ncy and staple dry .goods, Kow Opening at the . CHEAP STORE OF V Idrti! A Full Line of Ladies I -r-vTTrr Si f O i JjJJ j JJjfe I Iu all the NEW AND NOVEL STYLES. j j . j . 7IOHT KEAl'TIFIL! i stylish Line of LADIES' and MISSES j JIAT3 Ever Brought to Hickman, Very ' Cheap. wi nui.rii.xjo, ori.R .., Laces, Linen Embroideries. Iasertings, , Hosiery, (Jlovcs, &c, at Unprecedented Low Trices. A FULL LINE OF 1877 BUCHANAN & BARNES i Hickman and F.t.'toii in tiie nixl Le.ji-l.i-Ladiea' Shoes,...

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. — 13 April 1877

"it t t' lift vfrf'tll. , , X-viT JL... , i THE HICKMAN COURIER. TBI DAT. : APRIL 13. 1877 A deer titters mimf srnd in (heir Javors hy 8 o clock "nurnday umruing lo ih nre their appearance in Friday' paper. JOI1 WORK. The CorsiKR Office Is now thoronehly furnished with ucw Job Ttpk; also, n full upply of I.kttkr, Note and Rill-Hkap 1'apkr, Cabds, &c , and can do work in the neatest style and at city prices. IS THE TRACK ! Still'Ahead By a. Fair Count. Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! NEW AND SPLENDID STO JK OF Spring and Summer, f.kvy STAPLE DRY.GOODS, ' i Now Opening at the CHEAP STORE OF BUCHANAN & BARNES, A Full Line of ILaJVes DRESS GOODS In all the NEY AND NOVEL STYLES. T1IK ?IJ4T BK.VUTIlTIi! i Stylish Line of LADIES' and MISSES j i HATS E-ve Brsught to Hickman, Very Cheap. Of RUCHINGS, Neck Ties, Cashmere I.aces, Linen Embroideries, Inserting, H-siery, Gloves, &c, at ULprecedented Low Prices. A FULL LTNE OF 7"7 I Hickman uud Fultou iu the net Leg'.sla I.adies' ?lioes, in a...

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. — 13 April 1877

..... - - HICKMAN COURIER GEO. AVA.X11115. Cliotoa street, next door to N. V. Harness & Ca.'s Hardware store: CP STAIRS. 7 he Oldett Newspaper in Western Kentucky. George Warren, Editor. lrire of Subscription, .... ... j O CABS! FRIDAY AP1UL 13, 1377. HAYES' SOIT1IERS I'ULltV. I It Huiiifft! 2m It lieiil! The Conservative peace loviug ele ments of the country nre stag?; red ro understand what Hayes means, and what will be the result of his Southern policy. One day we ore hopeful ; and ?he next in doubt. Hayes, him-elf. and a portion of his Cabinet are in earnest and mean well, bat it is equ-illy evident that the old leaders of the Re publican party are conspiriDg, to make his peace policy prove a failure. They havebrought such influences to bear ou Hayes as to make him falter, waver, nnd delay at every step, and delay produces mistrust, fear am' f ilnre. W'hi'e the President ha ordeft- 1 1 1 1 1 iiWT Tlli .ill... . . n' CHEAP TO KEEP PACE WITH THE TAMES-SS2 SAMUEL. ILAPKCJM. Gen...

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. — 13 April 1877

r 'V i A.AW, HICKMAN COURIER. POStlSHlCl EET WEEK BY GEO. WVl UlIOs -OFFICE : Clwton street, next door to N. P. Harness & Co.'s Hardware store: IP ST A i as. The Oldest Xexcxpaper in Wentern Kentucky. George Warren, Editor. 1'rlce of Sulwteription, FRIDAY, A.P1UL 13; 1377. MAYES SOL'TlIER.Ii I'OLICV. In It Carnm.' Is II Ileal! The Conservative peace loving le tnents o4he country are staggered ro understand what Hayes mean?, nnr? hat will be the result of his Southern policy. Ooe dny we are hopeful ; and the Dext in doubt. Hayes, himself, and a portion of his Cabinet are in earnest and mean well, but it is equally evideDt that the old leaders of the Re publican party are conspiring to make his peace policy prove a failure. They havebrought such influences to bear on Hayes as to make hiin falter, waver, and deUy at every step, ant1 delay produces mistrust, fear am1 f ailure. While the President ha order rd troops from the State House o South Carolina, it is yet giveD out th' they ...

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 April 1877

CURRENT. FAR A GRArilS Antwerp is successfully illuminating her harbor with electric lights and con templates trying them on her streets. Kitssian princes are unfortunate. One has jast been cast into prison for some misdemeanor, and another has been cap tared by the widow of a patentjntdicine man. The Italeigh .News reports the death of Benjamin Johnson, of Chatham, N C, at the age of one hundred and twenty years. . Jle lived to see hia great-greatgrandchildren married. A $50,000 hall is to be erected at Fiak university, Nashville, Tenn. The hall is dedicated to the work of training missionaries for Africa. Twelve thou sand dollars were subscribed in England. An Englishman says: "The attrac tions of French women born of French parents, as a rule, consists of a graceful movement of the body, small feet and well shaped hands ; a sometimes fascin ating expression belonging to irregular features and a facility for conversation wnich makes you forget they do not be long to the Phryne ide...

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 April 1877

CBICKEX-nGHTIXa IX THE LAXD OF HTEJ.HV HABITS. The Portchealer Journal, published in the last town this sideof the Connecticut Jine, fays that Bergh and his humane society have driven cock-fights almost i.ff this Uland and out of the surround ing counties of this 'state, and. that the town of Greenwich has become the head quarters of ' a regiment of the raisers, landers, betters and; fighters of game cocks. The Journal's invisible reporter Jias ascertained the particulars of a dozen recent fighte, which it Tgives with the names of the prominent abettors. It then tella iU readers something about these poor birds. It savs : If the cock is over weight, he is by medicine rapidly reduced to the required point, is shut up all day in a barrel with out feed, and at night brought out and. fed in a room, with a light kept burning all Bight, to accustom him to the light, and .pierriaed in fiffhtine other fowls nightly. to give him the proper training, and after about ten days and nights of suc...

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 April 1877

- THE . HICKMAN COURIER ritlDAY. : APRIL 20. 1877 Adiertier mvt tndin their Jawn by 8 w'clork Thurtihijf morning to in lure their appearance in JriJoy'i paper. J Oil WORK. The CnrsiBH Orrtta Is now thoroughly fnrnished wilh new Job Type; also, a lull -aupply of Lettkb, Notb and Biul-Hkak Firta, Cauda, &c , and can do work iu the neatest atjde and at city prices. 8I7I7- CLEAll Till! TRACK! Still Ahead By a Fair Count Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! NEW AND SPLENDID STOK OF Spring and Summer, FANCT AND STAPLE DRV GOODS, Now Opening at the , CHEAP STORE OF A Full Line of Ladies DRESS GOODS In mil the NEW AND NOVEL STYLES. MOST I5KAXJTI I'U Ij i Mtcci.- and MlJh Ftvlish Line of LADIES" HATS Ever Eioughl to Hickman, Very Cheap. A NrLKXDII) IalMi Of RUCIIINGS, Neek Ties, Cathmere Icea, Linen Embroideries. Insertiugs, Hosiery, Gloves, it, at Unprecedented Low Prices. A FULL LINE OF Ladies' Shoe, in all Styles ami or tne I I Very Ht Make, Cheaper Than Ever In Gentlemen's Hats V ITuv ft Full ml ...

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 April 1877

If HICKMAN COUKIEK. rCSblBUKI Mt WEBB T GEO. WARREN OFFICE : Croton tre.t, door to N. P. Ilarnesr fc Ce.'s Hardware store: tp STlS. T sOli.t SrrtjMiprr in Wetter h Ken tut Icy George lVarren, Editor. Price of Subscription. $2. Fill DAY. APRIL 2). 1877 I roct e R Knott ;is receiving th -tpport of several of our exchanges foi U. S. Senator. It i qiie probable that Congress will convene ia extra session on the fifteenth of Slay. Tub Conservative Republicans aoJ the Radical Republican are having a ivel j fiaht just now. The Democrat njoj the fun. A PART of the geological corps will o-pect the oil region of Kentucky his rpring, while the Purchase wil" he visited by others. "I HAVE been elected, and by the Kiernal, I will be the Governor." That'a what Wade Hampton said four monts ago, and that's what srieV-rin Radical craw jut now." The amount of fractional currencj lost and destoyed since the original is ue id estioia tedflto be about $10,000, "00. This is a clear gain to the coun try, 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. — 27 April 1877

m 'V-': J:.'. .v w hove ox. Uo, tired burt, we'll not complain, Tbcugb the winds are bleak and days are alow ; Sometime the mow will melt away, ' rioiuuaie.t he spring'! lair blossoms blow. To ink how we hare borne the winter air, t The cutting blasts, the chilling rain How far we're come in roughest paths, Has our long toiling been in vain ? Though Ice ia on the leafless twigs. inmiKQ toe witoereo grass ahrlnks to the ground. comeuraes irenn me win rue ana sar " aiebold I I am no logger bound." JUte pallid tfhoet of last year's flowers The mow-drop will lis winding sheet Cast ofl ; frail messenger from out the throns 'ill thoae who com with tardier feet. On neart? we nave onr winter long, Ou promised -lou(h of fruit are bare ; Long urtder grar and HoiiJt skies Pur learea have drifted in the air Ix-larand doubt In fluttering flakes Have fallen, fallen day by day ; Mist.i have arisen, and their folds flare hidden the distance ail away. But, if to narnre there come a time When all lif...

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 April 1877

Sis,..,. 4 . . '- r;-.,.-. '. ., .rtawe, -J - , aV..-Si fc "' j 4 V j U amcvi.T ujia l. . t -- ! lettuce. '.One secret of getting thin forward eady consists in planting or sowing in a very light anil rich Imt not rankly ma nured soil, anl in a warm situation. A Btrip of good soil along the front wall of a hothouse is an excellent place to sow if there ia a sufficient depth of soil. The heat from the wall makes a wns-iblc difference of temperature of the ground for several feet outward. The seed . should be sown in drills six inches apart, and the young plants should be thinned at as soon as they can be laid hold of first, to one or two inches asunder, and the last three to six inches. This id not alio Jug much room, but it is enough to produce nice little compact heads. When the plants are growing they should never be allowed to get dry at the root, but kept constantly moist, to encourage aqaickeucculent growth and early heat ing. t - A Small Flotrer Garden. A writer in the Western ...

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 April 1877

-. THE HICKMAN COURIER FRIDAY. :APRIL 27. 1877 AJtrrtir$ mut tend in their Jatort 8 0 cotk TTinrmlay morning to tn r thtir appearance in Iridvy't paper. inn WORK. Tho Coobie OrrK-B ia now thoroughly furnished with now Job Ttpr; also, a full apply of Letter, Note and Dill-Head Fapbi, Cum, Slc , and can do work in the atesl stylo and at city prices. IS CLEAR THE TRACK ! Still Ahead By a Fair Count Chsap! Cheap!! Ch:ap!!! HEV( AND SPLENDID STOOK OF Spring and Summer, 'i FAXCYi AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, t ; ; . - - . Sw Opening at the ; CHEAP STORE OF BUCHANAN & BARNES, A. Fall Li a f Ladies DRESS GOODS lasdl tae NEW AND NOVEL STYLES. TIIE MOST OIlAVTIFl'L Stylish Liae of LADIES' aud MISSES JIATS Ever ttravght to Hick man, Very Ckfcip. Of RCCIIIN'GS, Neck Ties, Cashmere fces, Liuen Embroideries, Insertings, Hosiery, Gloves, &.C., at L'tprecedented toar Prices. . A FULL! LINE OF Ladiea' Shoes, it all Styles and of the Very Dest Make, Cheaper Than Ever. In Gentlemen's Hats T Have a Fu...

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 April 1877

T1 A. i - i - a, - r r i y IICKMANCOUPJEI. GEO. WABREN. OFFICE: Citato, .treet, ...t dr to N. P- Harness fc C.' Hardware store: CP iTAlaS. Crorse Warren, wllor' 77. 1877 FRIDAY, : : A.PRH sjuj ..fhold a county contentioo, theDjjJate for be Leg nominate ' slature . cb has advanced in price very ,pidlj. on account of the prospect ,.ft wr in Europe. Whether this wiP prove a solid basis remains to be seen Ai jet but little flour is being bhipped out of tbe eonntry. THB Dyersburg Gazette Las absorb ed tie Dyersburg Fgres, and now the peoial aod talented Tom Neal, i gain Bole monarch of Dyer county journalism. "Tis well. Communications are pasainjr be tween the Democratic County Com mittees of Hickman and pulton, rcla fife to tbe holding of a convention to TfivmuTafe' a candidate fortho 'LcgisTa ' - lure. TilBdiSerent Consrcisionul District ol Kentucky arc engaged recommeud- ine their respective members of ton trress (or the lluited States Scnatorship Tk!. ; an effort of the "OUtS to "Ct ...

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. — 4 May 1877

- srstr BONor oung Molly ith the hollr When P1 t saw": - tbritci"d beneath fcamniaat he ahaep, wan ! Wid d'aimea latiRhln' rourid Hand and foot I bound her. - I V ITfceu klased her on her blooiuin' cheek, and ' aoltir .. . atoie war-r - . , , s . ' i ' Bntaa.irid Wluahes burnln'. ' .TinfM I wt tiirnin Kroto aleep the starts, aod on me dart dreadful ;. ; lihtnln' ray, Myfooltah, flowery fetters - ' ' Scornfully she Matters, t And ltke a winter aunbeani, aha coldly aweepa ',. ' But Lore, young love, cornea atoopin . F t'er T dalalea droopin.'. . j; Vai oh t each flower, wid fairy -power, the rosy uy ' vi renew: - Then twiiw each charmio' cluster X2I z ? , lalinkaof frtarry luater, And wid the haln, enchanting, my colleen proud ,'."; '"rpui euB- -. - -, ' -r r y - Andooa I met yonng Melly .- . . 4 " l i ' if Musiu' melancholy, " Ji. )aa nenat: ey 4ui. startln' aha, along the tueadow-bank. -' And oh I her awellln' bosom Was wreathed wid dalay-blossom, I4k atara In aummer heaven, aa la m...

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. — 4 May 1877

FA KM "A XT FIRESIDE. tooAixy .. ..- "We shall take it for granted that some t $,ieople U8e Graham flour We have learned, from many years acquaintance wita tnoae wno use i , uiai 1.01 v.. T" ' . -i . . Trw.nlw intPilirant Tctrie. ciuue auuc 4i ;nJArl t.hat thev have coou awj .w-w e a ' I LIU n CIOq tiiwvv ) - w m .a 1 I !(a ttnltia A Till . reasons Jor tneir ueuei " rtl wliolesomene, while they leave to thwe wh bate nver tried it all the horrors of ita scratchiness", and the fears of being ? dipaected alive by its blad?s of bran. It is gratifying to observe in the inter . esta of public health, that its use is in rrentATut verv raoidlv. A dozen years Rgo, one' had to inquire where it could . . t . . t A be lounu ; now it is sept in sumui ocij grocery and flour store. Formerly it was often compounded of bran, corn meal, rye, short?, and various other arti - r clei; now it must -be ground directly from the whole wheat, and a very clean and superior article at that. We believe the grai...

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. — 4 May 1877

THE HICHH&N COURIER FRIDAY, : MAY 4, 1877. A dtTtitrrw mtt tend in their fatora ly 8 veloek Thurnday morning to in are their appearance in Friday' paper. JOB ffOtlK. The Cormicm Orrica It now thoronghly furnished with bcw Job Tim; also, a full apply of I.ETTB, Note and Bh.i-Had Vat, Cabds, 4o., and eon do work in the neatest etyle ud at eity prices. IS CLEAR TOE TRACK! Still Ahead By a Fair Coimt Cheap! Cheap!! Cheap!!! SKW AND SPLENDID STOK OF Spring and Summer, FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, t tw Opening t & CHEAP STORE OF HI &. Tall Liae of Ladies DRESS GOODS la all tee NEW AND NOVEL STYLES. TUE 2TXOST BKAfJTIFITI.! Stylisk Us of LADIES' and MISSES HATS Ever Brought to Hickman, Very Cheap. A SPLESDID LIXK f)f RCCUINGS, Neck Ties, Cashmere Leea, Linen Embroideries. Insertings, Hosiery, Uloves, Jtc., t Usprecedented i Ii w I'rices- A FULL LINE OF lie Shes, in all Styles and of t 1 i c.,l.. ,) f LI.eV Shoes, in all Styles and of the Very Rest Make. Cheaper Than Ever. In Gen...

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. — 4 May 1877

a ' . V - -X J . k fa?- s HICKMAN COURIER. rilUIKI TT WEEK BT . OFFICE : ; Clint. atraat, at floor to N. P. Hmmm " ' & Ca.'a Harti wara atara : rf rraima. George Warren, Editor. PricerSiibcrlplIoii, $2. FRIDAY. : MAY 4. 1877 MAUT of the ofgro about New Orleans are aurpriaed to find that they re vet to be reduced to alaverj eioce Packard's disaolutioo. Cat. C. T. ALtM. editor of the Princeton Banner, ha beeo nominated for the Lower Houae bj ibe Demor wj of Caldwell, after a warm call We eoagratalate him heartily. THUasDAT, May 10. will be cele- i.-.i.j lnuimi aa a- day of Thaakpgifinp, for delierence from the mueriea of bajonet and carpet bag rale. Th New Orleans Picayune tells of a boy only six years old who was phot ia the head, the 4th of April, the ball pasting into the brain, and now i op and at play. While hi mind i acute )! bodT iavwfc from praljia. A Hloo attempted to kill a con ductor at Nashville for putting hiui off the train. A blank book in hi breatit pocket eaueht 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. — 18 May 1877

"'9' -tf l'AFA'S LETTEH. 1 f ,ri 13 1 3 I wm sitUas in "7 url J4 w.a i - A j rvriunff letters, when 1 1 Ai 44 pieaae, dear mamma, Msj 1 Please, dear mamma, Mary tola me Mamma muf tn't be 'lsturbed. Bat Ie tired of the kitty. Want some oea ling to do, . Writing letters, is 'ou, roamroa 7 ' - Tant I write a letter, too ? '. Sot now. darlinR. inaiaina'a busy : w- V... .ithkittT now." . . nuu ami . No, no, mamma, me wile letter Tsn if 'ou will show me how. r f 9 f would paint my darling's portrait L,.t ere eranne.1 my face- Hair of jruld and eyes of azure. Form of childish, witt hiag grace. Bat the eacer face wa clonrled, As I slowly ebook my head. Till 1 said, " I'll make a letter Of you, darling boy, instead. So I parted lack the tresses i iom his forehead hih and white, And stamp in sport I V, " 'Mid its wares of golden light. Then I said. " 'ow. little letter, .;o away. an 1 bear good news; And 1 smiled as down the staircase Clattend loud the little shoes. Veaviaft me. the darling h...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 May 1877

f J -r" - ' . : J A . : ,, . .. tv wi tm- "i f -a ( I wp sitting in tny study. Writing letters, when I hrtrJ. ' " Please, dear ninoima. Mamma mustn't be Mary told me isturbed. But I'm tired of the ktlty, Want some ozr.a ting to do, Writing letters, is 'ou, mamma Tan't I write a letter, too " " Not now, darling, luaiaraa's busy : Hun and nlae with kitty now." '1 7 " No, jin. mamma, me wiie letter Tan rt Tou will enow me uow. .,, I would paint my darling's iiortrait J As bis sweet eye searched my lace Hair of gold and eves ot azure. Form of childish, witching grace. But the eager face was clouded, As I slowly shook my head. p -Till I said, " I'll make letier ; OX you, darling boy, instead." , il S k -So t pOTted hack the tresses From his forehead hi;:h and white, And a stump in sport I pasted 'Mid its waves of golden light. Then I said, " Now, little letter. to awar.and bear good news ; I? m tf And I auitle.1 as down the suiriae Clattered loud the little fcuois. leaving me. the darlin...

Publication Title: Hickman Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hickman courier. — 18 May 1877

FARM AND FIRESIDE. ' -s Jca Cwiiwre IA t'outh. J . There are a good rain difleren inds the rpeckled, or whirpoorwill, i the one most generally sown about here, 'as, it makes more peas than any other. Then, there are the clay pea, black pea, Uiv Dea. and a cood many others. The last named is generally used for the table; it is nearly as good as the navy bean and more easily rawed here. "We sow them here most always among tha corn in the drills a hill or two be tween two Btalks of corn at the first Tlnwinsr. which covers them ; or between the drills at the hut plowing. They may be sown at any lime in Slay or June, but they will make good vines if sown in July, depending a god deal upon the season and condition of the land. We step-drop three or four peas in a hill ; rows any width apart you de sire, from two to four feet and cover lightly. No after cultivation in needed, although it helps them greatly, il plowed once or twice, freed is pretty scarce here this season. Some yeais it is ...

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