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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 5 January 1872

B0L1VA11 BULLETIN, rcitiBHiD msi ruBAi , BY M. li. PARKISII. Baboerlptlon. On vcar.. . ti en . I 15 7 Six months I'hre months. Kiw of Advertising. 1 Inch, or 10 lint f trr. constitute lequare Vn niire. flrt inaurtinn. Kach cabReqaeot insertion. 1 square 1 month t i.SO i i 60 8 months S " $ 6,00 8,00 10,00 12,00 14,00 18,00 2,00 4,00 3 3 4 4 8,00 4,50 S - 7,00 8 " 10,00 S " la.oo " 24,00 X 43,00 8 " it 41 Thcro are 24 squares in each column. On column, 1 year $150 00 Half " 1 year. . 80 00 Quarter " 1 year 00 Anfior.ffjjiEKTH. Announcing the name of yrraon lor a County ofiice, f ; htato oftce f 10 Y oderal oflice f 15. Invariably in advance- ' -rfTlio above Terms and Rates will be smelly ailherftl to. lT"Illierions, Marriap', Birth and Death Notices solicited, and will L willingly ineert d fHnnofCHkUi.K. Obituaries will be charged rr m advertising rates. American vs. English labor. It is true that labor costs more in this country than in England, but it is K ni r.dly worth more. Thos...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 5 January 1872

-3i it 51. R. TMtRim;Xpmx. flecked to ae ftr'.J'a ArMLjirT iwaj. fVa tlow Tmiu where'er ah leaJa the nay. ' FKIDAY. JANUARY 5. 1872.' ; NEWSPAPER DECISIONS Anjr persoa. who to lice m paper regularl Iron the a Otfl- whether dirrrud to hia nuie or another, er .wnett.tr ha kaa tutjuriej ar pot is responsible fur tha X- If aparooji :dm bl paper diacra tinned h must .An all arroarnfoo, ar Hie publisher may oeatinaa to send it until payment is motto, and eolloct tea hale a mo apt, whether it is takes frmj.he O.S' er sot. f. Tbe aoarU Ware decided that refusal to take un-ar-tra and periodical from the foot Galea, or roawviaf ad laaviag then availed lr, is prima facia evidence of nteatioul fraud. v An Interpreter JCa&ly Needed. In tlie local columns of the Memphis Appeal of the 3d. instant there U a de cidedly muddled communication, which ,W8 are uLterlj at a loss to explain, and ire it verba turn tt liicraium, and the aSomanenta of the Appeal upon it, in an other place in this paper. A...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 5 January 1872

tf No Tr;nsient or IaI Advertia ment published until paid for. - - ,-v t 3" fcubseriptiou money ($J) must be paid in advance. SJ No attention will be given anonj in on s communications. - -.. it faT We will thank oar friends for all local or neighborhood items-.--, -; One cross mark on the margin cf the paper means jour subscription -has expired; two ctobs marks ineum paj up OUR AGENTS. Tha fo'.lo;o(5 ptriooa rt our autiiorirtd Afeuta for lL Bll.Ll.TlN, JAMKS ROSE, of Mi'iJIe'an, J. Jliy.NKU. f 1'oralmutaa, - CI. P.,HUK1.. A .. t New York. M. I'KTIKN'il M. CO.. o c UXlKl'l-N t iiu Fil AN, of Bultiuwra. PremliiEis. To any ona who will get up a club of fiye subscribers to the Hoi.ivar Bulletin for one year at f2 each and pay the money down, ws will send tho New York Christian Observer free fur;, twelve months. ; And to r.ny one who, will get up aelub of tkn on same conditions, we will send t'ae Scienlifc American free for one year. And to any one who wi!i get up a club of Ikknty on sa...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 5 January 1872

OCR IOtLG rOLK3' JOLl.Mi. Tli licnil or Haas Keller. Hau9 Keller wan the ricbest of all the merchant of Bremen, every week Home frenh ship came in whose cargo belonged to him; everything he touch ed seemed to prosier; not one of hi eaaela had ever beeu lost, or wittered fterious injury, for thirty year; lie had the bent bouse is the town, hid luxuries equalled that of a king, t?ervatita went and came at hi order, and whatever lie wished for be could have. One would think with all this abundance he would have been willing to jare a little to the sullering poor around 1dm, but throughout all the town of Bremen, theme who suffered cold am) hunger knew it was no use asking aim at bU door, for the servants had strict orders to drive all beggars away from the door of hta family mansion and he was called IIuuh of the hLouy Heart by all the town. The ground was covered deeply with snow; the wind whistled mourn fully. A poor old man, almost naked Btopped at Hans' door; he knocked the door op...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 12 January 1872

BOLIVAR BULLETIN, rrLI8HXD KTXRT mi DAT BY M. n. PARKISH. Hnburrlptlei. n yer fa 00 Mx months 1 3s Tliri-o monthi .' H Rl of AdTfrllin(. (1 Inch, or 10 linoi ftypa, eonititntet 1 gqntre ) One itquare, flrt insertion 11 Of Kach subsequent insertion 60 1 aipiara 1 month $ 3,50 S months f 6,00 - " 1 " 3,00 3 " 8,oO 3 "I 4,M S 10,09 4 "1 " 7,o0 9 " 12,(K) 5 " 1 " 10,00 S 14,00 " 1 " ri.oo a " 1,"0 IS " 1 u 24,00 8 J,00 "1 " 48,00 S " 64,00 There are 24 tujuares in etch column. One column,! yer $15 00 Half " 1 yer 80 00 Quarter ' 1 year 45 00 Annohnckmrnth. Announcing the name of tHTdon lor a County office, 9 ; Wtate oflee f 10; federal oflice $15. Invariably in adyance. IW The ahnre Terms sad RatM will fee strictly adhered to. tSTKelieiouB, ;Mrrijr, Birth and Death Notices nohcited, and will be willingly insert ed FKKiior ciiAkGK. Obituarist will be charjed tr at adrertising rates. A Corinthian Custom. When Christianity was first intro duced into Corinthea, it wa gladly received by the ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 12 January 1872

1 n arm ea i-av - it Pledge to bo party's arbitrary away. We fallow Trdtb where'er aha leada tha way. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1372. ' , MEWSPAPZB BICISIOKS Any jitwn who taksj a paper regn!ar!y from tha r4 Offlc whether directed to his name or another, or w act her ho has gul-scribcd or not is re?onsill fur the ,pr- 2. If ptrton orders hin yuper diMoiitinuert ha tnnd pay all arrearitrs, or the publisher mr.j fiontinueto tend 11 until payment is made, and collect the w hole amonut, whether it is taken from the office cr not ?. The courts have decided that refusal to tnVe news paper and peri&dic&Ts from the .Post OfSco, or removing apd leaving thetn.un called fM is prima fucie evid-nce of nteational ft a ad. -MEMPHIS AND KNOXVILLE KAILROAD. We can understand why the Jackson Wfig and Tribune might be induced to fthrow obstacles in the way of building the Memphis and Knoxvile Uailroad, but Me confess "that we are unable to explain .why the Memphis Appeal,, paper whisk, with all its ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 12 January 1872

.1' 1 il A - - 1 -2?" No Transient cr Leal AJvertia ment published until paid for. C7" Subscription money (2) must be paid in advance. Er2f "S attention will be given nnony mous corninunicaiions. We will thank our friends for all local or neighborhood itenn. S3 One cross mark on the margin of the paper means your subscription .has expired r two cross marks means pay up OUR AOEN'TS. The following parsons ar our aiUl.orlz-.-d Agonta fur lU UU! I.IT1N. JAMKS r.OSK, of M Id'Heton, J. .H )i N K il, -f l'oca!:-.nta.. U. I. i:o KI.I. ( II., rf Kch- Ycrk. ll.l'KTItMai.Ltl.U, u aa UTill blS 4. Ui)t'i il AN, of UuHimere. lTacuiiums. To any ono who will get up a club of five subscribers to the I'glivah Bulletin for one year at $2 each and pay the money down, wo will send the New York Christian Observer free for twelve months. And to any one who will get up a club of ten on tame conditions, we will send the Scientific American free for one year. And to any one who will get up a club of twenty o...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 12 January 1872

CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC. M. Devergie, a French chemist, tYnds that water containing one four thousandth part of its weight of car bolic acid sufficed for the disinfection of the "dead-house" in Pari! during tho hottest weather, when it con tamed six or Beven bodies. Dr. Burg, in reviewing the stalig tics of death from cholera, finds that out of about 32.000 artisans in copper, brass and bronze employed in 1'aris and other cities during the last out break of cholera, only lG deaths re sulted from that disease. Another fact bearing on this question is that the city of Mio-Tinto, surrounded as it is by copper mines, has never been Tisited by this epidemic. Sponge paper, an article, recently patented in France, is fabricated by adding to ordinary paper pulp evenly and finely divided Epongc, and by means of the ordinary paper-making machinery the mixture is worked into sheets of dillerent thickness. As this paper absorbs a great t'eal of moisture and holds it for a long time, it is capabl...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 19 January 1872

1 BOLIVAR BULLETIN, ITBLISIlED EVERT FRIDAT BY M. Tt. rAIlll!ISH. Kubftcrljttlun, ' Ona year .... 3 89 8il months 1 ti Tbre months.. ....... . :...::.'..'.! .'i . r 75 RIm tf Ad vfrtlsf mr. (1 inch, or 10 lines sf type, constitutes It quirt) Jno square, brst insertion $1 0 Etch subsequent insertion 1 square 1 month S 2.50 50 months $ 6,00 3 8,00 3 . . tz 4,50 7,(i0 24,00 48,00 i io,o " 12,(0 . ' 14,00 16,00 32,00 " 64,09 There are 24 square in each column Ona column. I rear . . . $150 00 Half " 1 year 80 00 Quarter" 1 year ...1... 45 00 Annocnccm cnti. Announcing tb Dame of person fur a Uounty office, fctat otee aw; "deral fffice 115. I Invariably ia advance. . " The above Terms and Rates will U . .', Shored to. ,. ;ous, Marrisjre, Birth and Death rr-i.eii-. -4 ', nti will be willingly insert- irco.: HbituriM at er aJrertiaing rates CIPHERS. Secret Correspondence Atno. An' cicuts. Among the most ancient ciphers may be classed the Egyptian hieroglyphs, consisting, as they do, of piet...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 19 January 1872

1 i 1 fear X M. R. PAKKIH, Edito. I'ledjad. to no partya arbitrary away, i We fallow TacTH whore'er !. leads the way. 4 F HID AY, JANUARY 10, 1872. KEVSPJTESEECISIOKS - Any pereon whm tk.s a paper regnlarly from tb tt Oflee whether directed to his name ar another, or weather ha kaa aaeseraaesl ar sat la responsible far tha X. If a parse eriera hti peprr discontinued ha must pay all arrearage, at tfca yatuher ma Rcatl&ue to eend 4aantil payment ia ssade. tad aolleat tha vbele amount, w better it la tai.uk & fta ar sot. j : f- Tba court ka decided that refusal to ae aews-' aapers aad periodical rrcn the Tost Oca, or rea.ov:ng a ad leaving them muds 1 far, U priua UcU aviUenee c.t htoatienal fraud. Colonel Fisk. J Janie Fik, Jr., some times called tie '"Prince of Erie," who was shotftbd killed in lie eitj of New York od the 0th inst by a mac named Ed. fc Stokes, was a to t remarkable man in more vrifs than one. Onlj thirtj-Sre years of he wa Baled for bis wealth, financial nbil...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 19 January 1872

1 imrs. JtF No Transient or' Leal Advert.it went published until paid for. Subscrip.ioa luocej (i;'2) must bi paid in advance. ' ' - 57,N attention will be g'vah anonj loous communications. ' " CST" We w ill thank our frienda for all local or neighborhood, itenn. ; ' t? One cross murk on the margin of the taper means your subscription has expired; two cross marks means f.iy up ' - OUR AGENTS. . Tc follftwnj peraoo art oor anthorlieJ Agent for ill bVLLKTIM. ... . . , . JAMKS HOSK, f Midd1toB,' ., . J. JoVM.lt, f p,K.i.1UtM. U. V. liuHKf t. CO.. r,(Ni York. H M FKTTKNOI 1. 1, CO.. da a. UMKHN ft. Uot" if f lialtimere. . ' Premiums. To any on a who will get up a club of wira subscribers to the Romvah Bcixetix for one year at ?2 each and pay the money down, we will send the New "York Christian Observer free - for twelve months. - . ,;; , - And to any one who will get up a club of tex on same conditions, we will send the Scientific American free for one year. ' " " ' And to any one who w...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 19 January 1872

BOOK XOTICE". ; . BY HON. V. Q. M'ADOO. MY ROSES; THE ROMANCE OF A JUNE DAY, by Mra. L. Vir ginia Frencit. Thia is a strange and daring hook. Its success will be as sisnal. and its achievement of good as splendid, as its neroism deserves. - It is the thriliiDj? story of reclffcia- tion from vice of one woman bv anoth er. To achieve her purpose, the hero ine in me auguise of male attire. plunges into a palatial abode of vice In New Orleans, and encounters per ils which would have overwhelmed a weaker spirit. But ebe succeeds. The brilliant young being who was endan cered iahanniiv rescued ere the blight 01 sin iiau uned its bale upon ner soul. Mrs. French has well executed a difficult task. Hitherto this gifted woman, a resident of McMinnville, Tenn., has been known to the literary world only as a poet. For the last few years her poems have frequently attracted the attention of the public. and she may safely be said to have sK1avc1 In iVat lina A nnfinnal rami. tation. In the recent ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 26 January 1872

2 I i r i ft I Hi V V BOLIVAR BULLETIN, rCBI.lSHIU EVfcKY rRlDAT by ar. iz. r a it it:i s n . Kub-riit ion. One year 3 00 Six months 1 25 Three iii'intha 75 Kales of A;lverti.sits:. (linch-, or 10 lines of type, coni-t'.tutes 1 square ) yae square, brt innortiou. ft 01) Kacu suUsetiucut inscition 1 Bquare 1 month ft 2.50 SO 6,00 months $ a " l " s,oo 3 1 4,60 4 " 1 7,.'0 5 " 1 " 10,00 6 "1 " 12, '0 IS . " 1 " 21,1-0 S4 "1 " 48,00 8,00 10, Od 12.00 14,0ti 16,00 32,00 There are 24 squ.;rc, in tuch column. One column, 1 year flaO 00 Half " 1 vear t-0 CO Quarter " 1 year .. 45 00 Announcements. Announcing the name of person fur a County ollice, $S; late office $10; 1'edrral office $15. Invariably ia advance. IT" The abov Terms and Rates will be llnuilj adhered to. WReliiou, vMarripe, Mirth and Death Notice solicited, and will be willingly invert ed raifc-OF en AkGe. Obituaries will be charged t mt Jerti8iijj; ratea. JACKSON AM) KESDALL. We make another extract from the book of ex-Govern...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 26 January 1872

ar ttlltttt M. K. PAlEKIiJI, Editor. fledged to no ujrty'a arbitrary kit, Vf Ceila- TfcCTH waore'ar eie lae-h way. FSIDAY, JANUARY 26,:i872. SE"WPAPE2 DECI3ICr3 Any poraoa who- take a paper rejjnlarly from tfce at Ufilee aheilier directed to Lit name ar another, or a nether be taa eubacribud or mot ia rapooiM for tha 2. If a peroa ordere hut paper diccontinneJ he mutt ay all arrearagca, or tho j ublWher may e.iittnueto send t until payment ia made, and colleot the nhnle amount. whether it !s dikes from tha offiro or not. t. Tba osnrU liar deciiitd that refusal to take aewe fjapera and periodicala from tha F"-Ct Offire, or removing and leaving them anc&llei f r, U piuna fauie evideace ol ntcutioaal fraud. There are thirty prisoners confined in the jail of Marshal county, Miss. Lost yaturdaj one week ago the rail road depot at Oxford, Mississippi, was consumed by fire. The Federal Court of the Northern District of Mississippi has been removed from Oxford to Hilly Springs. In Louis...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 26 January 1872

3.o cat tjjmr;i. No Transient or Leal Advertifi went published until paid for. uliacription money ($2) must be pid in advance. iy No attention will be given anony caous coaiuiunioationa. 5y We will thank our friends for all local or neighborhood items. Etif One cross mark on the margin cf the t-epcr means jour subscription has expired; two cross marks means pay up . OUH AGENTS. Tlie f"lln !ng r.ersous are our anthoriicd A tint tor the tfCLLITIN, JiMllS ROSE, of Mildleton, .'. JnVSKK. Pnahnutia. . P. Jluw Kl.L a :(.. "f Kew York. S l I'KI'ILNi.l LI. CO.. do 01 tiRls-'IrlN A HOFFMAN, of Baltimore. rrcmlutus. Totnjons who will get up a club of five subscribers to the Bolivar Bulletin for one year at $2 each aaJ pay the money down, we will send the New York Christian Observer free fur tvelve months. And to any one who will get up a club of ten on same conditions, we will eeod the Scientific American free for one year. And to any one who will get up a club of twenty on pame conditions, w...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 26 January 1872

"Working Coii'Iitici:, Selection, an:l Diivii: '.lulos. Vokkin Condition of Skulks. 'ost i ei '-., whim tf ey si si snotl. lat, fclick uuuie, v.ve ait to tyi'laini : "What a;iim; mule H'.i-ro is!" JIe; takes it for rrtiit(-.i that 1-ecause the animal is fat, t J!, and 1 ;ivy, he luu.t be a, good work nu;nal. Tins, how ever, n iio criterion to judge by. A mule to be in gn:A eomliiion for woi k, thould never be any latter than what, is'known as good working condition. Due of fourteen and a haLf h-iiuid high, to be in pood working condition, fchouJd not weigh over nine hundred and tifty nouojs. One of fiftv-u hands hih fdionld not weifrh over i:f thousand pounds. If he dot-, Ir.sU'H wili in a very short time five out, iv d he will have to &o to the hospital. In workinp a mule with too much llc ii, It will protluce curb.-, spavin, ringbone, or crooked hocks- Tiie muscled and tendons of tiitir fr-mall legs tne not capable of carrying a heavy weight of body fpr any length of time, lie...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 2 February 1872

BOLIVAR BULLETIN, 33 Y 1. n. F A It H I S II . Snbserlptlon. 0 no year. . . Bix months . . Tbre months. Pi CO . 1 25 . 75 tetb.rlOlicemftvpa. constitutes lriato) - I . " " . I mill, ! iubBeqnect insertion. 59 1 qnre 1 month $ 2,50 3 montba fi fl.00 8,00 3 1 3,G S 3 4 5 IS St t 4,60 3 " 7,00 3 " 10,00 3 12.00 3 " 2,00 S " 16.00 8 " 1 12,09 lSX) 6,00 Tb ore art 24 n cm area in e&tih cwil u m n . 0 ctilutmi, 1 year (150 CO Half ' 1 J ear SO CO Q-MirSrr " 1 year 45 00 AxToffKOEMrsT. AcnoniciT)jf the m me r.f psrvaa (or a County office, $5; Stita oCce $10; federal office 815. l2Triably ta adTance. t3? The sbuve Terms and R&tcs ill bs trimly adhered to. lfKo'.ioiou, MarrUff, Birth and Death Holies solicited, aod will be wulinyiy insert ad nzaor chakok. ObIUie.ru will be charged al er adTrrtisinj; rates. 3IISCELIASEOLS. Michigan is to have a new State capitol. Galveston complains of lbays by eharks in the harbor. The relief committee of Chicago has spent $100,0(.'U for stoves. Rich...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 2 February 1872

K. K. FAttlUiH. Korrot, fla4cW u mo p.Ttjr'a arbitrary awa, Wa Wl Jaorm ihm aUa laa4a tha wi. FHIDAY. FEBHUASY 2, 1872. , HXW8PAPES DECISIONS Ay paraoa wh tak a paper r-ularly from ta , t Offlaa avhasbar diraec4 U) hil ar nether, r raaia.rbe hu fctcribti ar sot it rposiM far tht , J. If parae. trdart kM paper diientiasl ka aul 17 all arrarase, r the pubiiaher may '.animate aea, t aattl paymtat is m;de,Bd fU-t tbe whle mount, whether it U takd from th !. r nit. . .. Tka eomrta bave detidta ti.at refusal U ta at l Bapere anil perjeSicels Cram the Tast 0i at remeTiag aa4 leading ibaaa aaaallaa t-z, U prina facia evideace af ateelieaal triad. Hemphis and Xnoxrille Railroad On last Monday, the 29th ultimo, the Cniahing troke to the charter of this company was made, Hon. Kobt H. Wood presiding ns special Cbanceltor. The law haying been fally complied with, his Honor granted a charter to said G.mpaDy with all the rights, privilege and fiau eh "me of a railroad company. The private subscrip...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 2 February 1872

y i "V i tSf No Transient or Leal Advertu Bint ;ubliahed until paid for. ZQf Sut8crip ioa ruo..ev (f2) mint b pd in 1 vii nee. afcc? No atfention will be given anony nioiiB 'corotuunicLitior.s. f af VVa will thank our frienda for all local or nelthlorhcd items. 53- One cross rnirk on the m&rin of the paper meam your subscription has expired; two cross marks means pay up OUIt AGENTS. ...'"!? ""' rrs ar ear antaariaeel itU for te UlilXATlS. JiMVS B(SE. nf Mlill. J. J'lY.-r.K. of Pa ahaataa. Si. f. KM AKI.L CO.. af Naw Yerk. ri M PMTENUI 1.1. CO.. do (iSH KLS A UUMMA.v, af Ba!tlu,.ra. Premiums. To anj ona who will get ap a club of riTE subscribers to the IWivar Bulletin' for one year at 2 each and pay the money down, we will send the New York Christian Observer free for twelve months. And to artf one who will get up a club of tk.v on ame conditions, we will tend the Scientific American free for one year. Aud to any ona who will get up a club of twenty on same conditions, we will gi...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 2 February 1872

GENERAL ITE31S.' : - A cow iu Indiana recently eat up $200 iu greenbacks. A girl in Utah recently fell dead from lacing too tightly. Ico two feet thick is being gathered iu Indiana ami Illinois. Tho value of school property in Ohio is nearly $15,000,000 The value of echool property in Ohio is nearly $15,000,000. - lSil was known in Boston aTlLe year of pleasant Sundays. A band of female counterfeiters hai been broken up iu Illinois. In Chicago the new Mayor is mak ing war upon the gamblers. The Swiss ribbon maker3 arc said to know 13,000 different colors. , ouver coin 13 a learal tender in England for only forty shillings. Thero are 7,G18 persons over ten years of aga in New Hampshire wLo cannot read. Tho construction of the railway over the Splungen pass of the Alps is to begin this year. The Italian coral fishery furnishes employment to 6,110 men, and 13 very successful and profitable. A bill has been introduced in the Ohio Legislature to encourage the cultivation of forests. "Why...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
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