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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 19 December 1873

BOLIVAR BULLETIN, M. E. ParrisFandW. T.HcCarley. One year . MX mouths ... '1 hree months.,.. . . .""""".""'1 (9M All subscriptions must be paid In artvanoe. tad IT not renewed promptly at the expiration, will Ltt discontinued to toe address. HATES OF ADVJEIlTlSIJCa. 1 Inch, or 10 lmea of type, constitutes 1 cutr. One square, first iasartlun. tl CO lh aubeeneunt Insertion J 1 square a . 8 4 " 5 " 6 13 " 2i mouth $ 3.60 3.00 4 60 1.00 10.00 12.00 month s e.oo 10.WJ SiOO tXi.5 24.00 43.00 There are 21 equare la each eolumn. One column, 1 yaar Half " 1 " Quarter : 1 " AifsorscicaiEWTs. Announcing the name of person for a county of flee, (3 ; state othce, J 10 ; federal offloe, $13. larari ably la advance. The above terms and rates will be strictly ad borbd to. Religious, marriape, birth and death notices solio Ited. and will be willingly liwertcd free -of charges Obituaries will be charged advertising rates. NEWS OF, THE WEEK. &OUT1L The small-pox is said to be spreading iu Macon, G...

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 December 1873

M. 11. PAKKIsn. Kfiroa. W.T. Hf('a6hy . , Btsin Him;) r riedged to no party arkitrarr sway. Wa fallow Tkcth where'er aha leads the wr. : FRIDAY, EECE1IBEE, 19. 1S73. KrVfEPAPES DECISIONS' A? person who takes a paper regularly from the Pei Onioe whether directed to kis ni or another, or w he her he has auhscnbtd or not it taanonsibla tor the i If a person erden hi paper dixrontinoed he must y all arrtaraeea, or the pui.linhur may continue to tend Itnntil payment is made, and collect the w hole amount, whether it is taken from the oftiae or not. t. The aotirU have decided that refial to ta news papers and perlodioaU from the Pout ce. or removing and (savins, them uncalled fur. is prima facie eridence of Intentional fraud. Take Eotice. Py Act of Congress, alter the 1st day of July, J873, subscribers to all weekly paper must pay tenty cents postage per annum, no matter if the subscriber does lire in the county where the paper ia printed. Lct each patron of the Bolivar lluLLimx make a no...

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 December 1873

EST" fn tronsifnt or Leal Advertis ment published until paid for. 3"" yuWripiioa mcy $2) must be paid in advance. No attention will be given anony mous communications. ST VV-n thank .var friends for all coal or twichhorhood items. ik- n . . - iiuos uiurik uu sue margin 01 the paper means your subscription has expired; two cross marks means pay up Cotton. During the week a lively I ' Horrible I trade lias been carried on and the receipts of cotton are unusually large. Good pri ces have prevailed throughout, and yesx terday middling waa sold readily at 15 1 5J. In some cases even higher prices were reached.bat 15 was considered the ! true Quotation. No nlace short of Mem - i 11 I i,s. . - .:. 1 wishes or feelinjrs. - .t.t9 jt crcii ouuu u, urea ub luia biuju-j i i and the liberal bids of our merchants are f The facts in the ca8e reach u" from a ! cainin- for Bolivar new friendshins ever- i Een of unquestioned veracity, and j day. Our quotations are fairly given and i when a,! form one...

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 December 1873

CLOTHES AND THINGS. Cueap Goods. xhe large redaction of prices advertised by merchants baa been met vdth. doubt by taany, but it is lona fide', and ia compelled by . the scarcity of money. Experienced shop pers and lovers of bargains are soon convinced of thi3 when shown excellent calicoes for nine or ten cents a yard, and Wamsutta mnslin at fifteen cents, while other standard brands are at similar low prices. Tha good result of pimple rstyles is also now evident, when twelve or fourteen yards cf double width woolen goods will make a polonaise and skirt, instead of the eighteen or twenty yards formerly nsed. Among other season able bargains are felt balmoral skirts, beginning as low as $1.50 for plain gray untrimmed skirts. The prettiest bal xnorals of the season are of deep blue or else crimson serge, cut very narrow, and trimmed with three or four narrow box-pleated. mfHes, scarcely more than ruches, bound each side with braid, and net on quite far apart. Woven merino petticoats, ...

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 January 1874

BOLIVAR BULLETIN, rrniBBiD amy naiT, n . M. E. ParrM andW. T. McOarley. SUBSCRIPTION. One year Sis months., Three months saoo . 1 3S w All nViHT-Hm. m,1a 1. In . . If not rtraewed promptly at the expiration, Will b RATES OP ADVEKTISISO, 1 Inch, or 10 line of tma. constitute 1 uninL One square, first limrtinn , , L-ll $ J 00 Each subaeqsunt insertion. ...... ....,. Off 1 square a " 5 " 4 " B - 6 " ia - 34 " month $ 2.50 8.00 4.60 7.00 10.00 12.00 24.00 48.00 month too 8.00 10.00 12.00 14.00 16.00 aa.oo 6U There are 24 squares In each column. One column, 1 year Half 1 " .. Quarter " . 1 - , $ 150.00 so. on 4S.00 ASSOUSCEMESTS. Announcing the name of person for a county of' flee, $6 ; state office, f 10 ; federal office, $10. Invari ably ia ad ranee. The above terms and rates will be strictly ad hered to. Religious, marriage, birth and death notices solio ited, and will be willingly inserted free of charge. uunu wiu ua cuaricea aaveruauuf. raxesw NEWS OF THE WEEK. &OU1H. A fire ia ...

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 January 1874

M. B. TAKKIi-il. KmYga. W.T. MtCAn.t. ft nis Mvta;e Pledged to bo pirtjt'g arbitrary in;, vV fallow where'er the leiiis the war. IttDAt, J AH 17 AH Y 2, 1874. KrWSPAFEU DECISIONS r. Pc" h ukea a r'P'r re;alarlT from the I ',Bown,ner directed to k nam or another, or ne Her lie has subscribed or not is responsible for tbe .? rr"B arder hte paper discontinued he mnst arrearage, or the p ublisher msy eoutinueto send I: until p?yrr.ei.l is made, and collect the wbole amount, trnethrr it is taken from the office or not. . The court, hare decided that refusal to tare Bfwi PPfcr n periodicals from the Host Ofliee. or removing end leaving them uncalled fur, i prima facie evidence ef Intentional fraud. Take JTotice. V-y Act of Conrae, after the 1st day of July, lb73, subscribers to all weekly paper must pay twenty cents postage per annum, no matter if the subscriber does live in the county where the paper is printeu. jjet each patron ofthe Isolivar i-'LLLti in make a note of this. A happy New...

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 January 1874

2 A 9 i 1 -V- V CSrrvn transient or lgal .Advertis ment published until paid fon - ouoecnpuon rv-.cy (52) oust be paid m advance. No attention will be given anony mous communications. VV win thank onr friends for all , local or neighborhood Herns. I One cross mark on the margin of . ne paper means your subscription has expired; two cross marks means pay np ' r.oors s A. M. to 5:20 m 3 to 4 o'eloek P. M P. M. Sc&&7 ' MA II, riOSK. . or Jnemnhts and Arktmai j m P hi Tur :i pinuort!i aailyit. ........... i ."Vt P 1 IF o r all points hort.h daily at."..".""" "i V P M "r 7"'tviU, Kaveft Corner, DanoevviHe and , . iwpot lueUaji, Thursdays aud Satard&ys, OLISTOS LODGE. No. MMee first Moa-iar In aontn, 1, II Am. l. J H I'i)U.S. BOLIVAR CHAPTER. No.34 Meet. secund Mnn oy in each month. W C Chat, M E 11 P. Jens H soi . H-retarv. KOLIVAR OOCNCIL. No 1 Mes third Hindi Teii mwti. L li Aiikxe, TJGX. J JO h hu, BOLIVAR DIVISION Ko. 18 TTKITZD FEIEND3 Of TEMPEBANCZ. Meets every Wiosksda...

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 January 1874

Tie Isle3 of the Blest. Uudi "Which. White .Man's SeTtr Trod. Foot IIa The cruisers engaged in -watching the exportation of laborers from islands of the South Pacific ocean fell in rith strange places and strange people. At New Hanover, Capt. Simson, of her majesty's ship Blanche, found men and women very much in a state of nature ; he thinks that they had never before been visited by white men. They were ignorant of the use of tobacco, and any old pieces of paper were taken by them in preference to the usual trade articles. Both men and women came along in great numbers, and showed no fear. They had little or nothing for barter excpt spears. They appeared good humored, but are arrant thieves. A party of officers landed, and except that their pockets were picked were in no way molested. Capt. Simpson, when off the coast of New Britain, took an opportunity oi perpetuating his name and that of his ship. He found two spaoious bays or harbors with good an chorage, land-locked, and shelt...

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. — 9 January 1874

.-!; 7 1 t v 1' BOLIVAR BULLETIN; PTTDLUSU iTIBT VBIDJLT, BT M. E. ParrisVanaW.' T. HeCarlsy. One year J J OC Six months 1 2J Itree months.. W All sabecriptkmi must be paid In advance, and if not rwiewwl promptly at the expiration, will be discontinued to the address. , - IS.ATKS OP ADVERTlSmo. 1 inch, or 10 lmss of typa, conatitutaa 1 eqoire. One square, firat inaartirm ... ,. J 1 00 Each a ubaeq sunt insertion ,, lt gfi 1 square 1 month t 3.R0 3.00 W e" 7.00 . 10.00 12.00 24.00 4.00 mouths .0O 8.00 10.00 12.00 14.00 18.00 82.00 64.00 a 3 " 4 " 5 e " 12 " Zi " There are 24 squares One column, 1 year ... Half , " , l " in eaoh column. . , $ 150.00 Quarter : , 1 " 4&00 AXXOUA CEMENTS. Announcing the came of person for a county of' fice, $5; atate office, $10; federal ofllce, Sift. Invar, ably la advance. . Tbe above terms and rates will be strictly ad hered to. ... - lieiigious, marriage, birth and death notices solic ited, and will be willingly inserted free -of charge. Obituari...

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. — 9 January 1874

M. R. PARKIU1. J. M. D LEU A hi). J ElilToEa. Plowed U as party's arbitrary itit. Wa fallow TaCTH ahcre'er tlx leads the war. TEID AY, JANUARY 9, iS74. 2TEWSPAFER DECISIONS' Any person who take a paper regularly from tUa Poet 0ee whether directed to his name er another, or who bar ba haa subscribed or not is responsible for the r It apereoa order hi rP'- alseontiaoed he But alt amanpi, the publisher may eontiauetosead -It aetll permeat la made, aad collect the whole amount, tr aether it ia takoa front the offiee or not. . . The eearts bare decided that refusal to taVa news paper, aad periodica! from the I'oet Ortee. or reasoTiog and leaviaa them aaealled fur, ii prima facie erideaet of ieteaLioaalfraad. Take Notice. PyActof C'onrr-j us, after the 1st day of July. 1S73, subscribers to alt weekly paper must pay t wenty cent postage per annum, do matter if the subscriber does lire in the county where the paper is I rioted. Let each patron of the Bolivar Jollltix make a note of this. Bu...

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. — 9 January 1874

mrs. ES?o transient or Legal Advcrtis teent published until paid for. Subscription, awiey ($2) must be paid in advance. . . . . ISST No attention will be given anony- ... .... "luus communications. Caf W" will thank our friends for al local or neighborhood items 3"" One cross mark on tho margin of n paper means joar subscription has expired; two cross marks means pay up SZOIiIVAXt POSTOrPICU. PhBn hoars A. M. froaa 3 to o'eloos. p. M. te S.30 P. M. Saadays ' MAtx cmms. For ltnaphte tad A rk.n.., .. sot r For all jlnu South deilyat " For ell points North daily at. I SO p 12 30 P For Wbitavill.. ravatLa ('mm Daaeeyviile ui evt" Al L,"pt Todm7. Theradaye ul batardaya. DRUGSTORE, BOLIVAR. TENS. JSJ? JF2.Z. aWfc aM kinds f Medi cine, of course. LAR WILL tells Paints and Oils. LAR WILL sells Garden Seeds. LARW ILL sells Perfumery. LAR WILL sells Spectacles and Gold Pens. " '. LAR WILL sells Fine Whiskies and Brandies. ) LAR WILL sells all kind of Fills. And if you don't believe that Larwi...

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. — 9 January 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. HOIMINY CeOQTTETTES, To a Cupful of hominy (small-grained) add table spoonful melted butter and stir harcL raoistening,' by degrees, with a cupful of milk, beating to a soft paste. Put in a teaspoonful of white sugar, and lastly, a well-beaten egg. Roll into oval balls with floured hands, clip in beaten egg, then cracker, crumbs, and fry in hot lard. Very good. v ; Indian ' '.Fried Cakes. Scald a pint of sifted corn-meal with as much boil ing milk or water as will make a very thick batter. Add a teaspoonful of salt, and dredge over enough flour to form a 8of t dough or rather paste. Make it into small round cakes, roll them in flour, and fry them in plenty of boiling lard to cover them. When brown on both sides, split them open, butter them and send to table on warm plates. Chicken Jelly. Take a large thick en, cut it into small pieces ; bruise the bones and set the whole into a storw jor, with . a cover that will make it water-tight. Put the jar in a kettte of boi...

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. — 16 January 1874

BOLIVAll BULLETIN. . i f ' Published Evebt Friday, bt PARRISH & EUBBABD. gVBiCKIifTION t Onej-ear. $a 00 Six inonilm . i 25 Three mouths 75 All subscriptions must be paid iu advance, and if not renewed promptly at the expiratioD, will be discontinued to the address. - RITES OF ADVERTISING; 1 inch, or 10 line of type, constitutes 1 square. Oao square, first insertion.. .... $t 00 Ejtch subsequent insertion., . 60 X LOOK! x The peacil Marks you sea around this paragraph (thue) mean that your sub scriptioT is ot or unpaid, and that you are requested to pay up at once. We would take great pleasure in extend ing credit to our friends and patrons, bnt cash alone will pay expenses, and we are forced to adhere to a strict cash role. We hope yon will comprehend and appreciate the necessity of such a course, and renew your subscription without delay. We solicit your favor. 3 We enter no new names on oui books without the money in advi'.ce. 1 square 1 month $ 2 60 2 M 1 3 00 3 " . 1 " 4 60...

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. — 16 January 1874

J Ediiob Ptdc to a rwtr'l arbitrary awnr. f fallow TacTM bri'u aha leads the war. TEIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1874. HrWSPAPEE DECISI01TS Any person who takes a paper regularly from the P.e Otttoo whether directs to Iti itm or another, or Who her ho bu auh.erili.4 or anf ia ranuthii rHiiia i If tunM orders his oarer a'i.eantianea' ha mmit ' aall arrearages, or the publisher mar noattnueto send ia ootil partnewt ia sonde, aad eoDooi th whole inonnt, other it ia taken from the offl.e or mot. . The eourta have decided that reruKal to tare nawa Peeore ana periodicals from the Poet Olfice, or removing and leaving them uncalled for, ia prima facia evidence of I aMatioaai fraud. Tbe Mississippi Legislature meets on tbe 20th instant. Brownsville rej.it ceS ia a radical mayor and two negro aldermen! City' lite. oa .iq-. i . Fred Barfieli few been electel Sheriff Lauderdah cWanty. " . . The vld j iil at Kipley, Tenn , ia being torn iowa, and Lauderdale county will 0on bare a new one in its eteaJ. Faje...

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. — 16 January 1874

ft V V f 5" o transient or Leal Advertis tnent published until paid for. iS? subscription p"ney ($2) must be faid in advance. Ky No attention will bo given anony mous communications. will thank our friends for all local or Neighborhood items. M&" O09 cross mark on the margin of the paper means yonr subscription has expired; two cross marks means pay op EOIiXVATl P0320FPXC12. PeetofS-e hoars K A- M. to 8:30 P. M. Sundays from 3 to 4 clock P. M. AIL CI-OSEt. For Memphis and Ark.e.s.......e... J JO P M Far all point- North daily t t - - P M Jf.r all points Sooth daily at...... ..12 30 P M o Whiteville, Payette Comtr, Daaeeyvilla km Staatan's Depot Tuesdays. Tbaradaya and Saturdays, It T A M . ZiARWZIiXi'S DRUG STORE, UOLIVAU. TENM. LARWILL sells all kind of Medi- cine, of course. LAR WILL sells Paints and Oils. LARWILL sella Garden Seeds. LAR WILL sells Perfumery. LA R WILL sells Spectacles and Gold Pens. LAR WILL tls Fine Whiskies and Brandies. I ULR WILL'selU all kind of Pills An...

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. — 16 January 1874

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. ; Ckova Basket. Soak the cloves in brandy till softenedpierce them -with holes an 1 string them on wire intermixed mth, gay beads, and now form the bas ket to fancy. G olden Podding. Six ounces bread crumbs, two ounces flour, one-quarter pound suet,- one-quarter pound of or ange marmalade, one-quarter pound sugar, three eggs, with sufficient milk to mix ; boil for two houts. Tost's Pudding. One-half pound of flour, one-half pint of molasses, one half pound suet, the rind and juice of one large lemon, a little citron finely minced, two eggs, with sufficient milk to mix thoroughly; boil three hours. Cheap Spongb cake Pudding. Soak three small sponge-cakes in a little milk. an i mix them with the juice and grated rinaoi a lemon, a piece of butter, a ery little loaf sugar and one egg. Beat altogether, and bake half an hour in a quick oven. Cup Pudding. Beat two eggs, strain tllATYt tni. X . me. mo ounces 01 nour very Btnootmy with half a pint of milk, a dessert spoonful...

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. — 23 January 1874

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. i " " ' . PrBLisHiD Eratx Friday, bt PAEEISH & HUBBABD. ' SCBSCKIPTIOSi nye ta oo fitx month i o Thrmontw.7!..v.......7;..rr7!r.""3"";: 75 All ubacriptlone must be paid In advance, "and 1. not neWBd promptly at the expiration, will bo dlaoontmued to the addreaa. BITES OF ADYEBTISIKO : X LOOK! x The peaoil Marka you sea womjs1 thi paragraph (thus) meam tkat yTTi eub scriptior is oat or unpaid, and that you are requested to pay up at once. Wo would take great pleasure in extend ing credit to our friends and patrons, but cash alone will pay expenses, and we are forced to adhere to a strict cash rule. . We hope you will comprehend .and appreciate the necessity of such a course, and renew your subscription without delay. We solicit your favor. " We enter no new names on ouu: books without the money in adrii.ee. -Y- J W.J 1PM 1 inch, or 10 line of type, constitute 1 square. One aqoare, Arat Insertion..., .. $1 00 60 $ a 00 8 00 10 00 13 00 14 00 16 00 S3 00 64 00 mou...

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. — 23 January 1874

lofar Bulletin M. R. PARKI!H. 1 J. M. UUBBAKD. J BDrroim. Pledge ta bo party' arbitrary .way. W. fU Truth whera'ar aha leada tba war. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1874. KlTWSPAPEtt DECISIONS" A ay aeraoa who takee a paper regularly from tha Peat Ottloe wbathar directed to kia aane or aaother, ar w he her ha haa autortb4 ar aot ia responsible fur tbe j If a parara order, hia papar dlaeontianed ha unit ay all arrearages, or tha pablithar may aontiaaeto sand tfe eatil payment ia aula, aad collect the wool, aauraat, aether it ia taaea from the ofli.e or not. . Tha coarta hae daeidad that refusal to taVa aewe aapera aad pariodieala froia aha Poet Omce. ar removing aad leaving then aaealled for. U prima facie evidence af iihdmoui traaa.- The papers throughout th State are preparing fur the gubernatorial can yaps, nearly all agreeing it must be made by Democratic and Kepublican nominee, and that no third party, or milkvand. water businee, will be tolerated. Ap peal. If the " milk and water business...

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. — 23 January 1874

fiSJ-Ao transient or Leal Advertis tn en t published until paid for. Subacription wviey ($2) must be paid in advance. JCS7" No attention will be given aaony mous communications. JisT" V, will thank oar friends for all local or .aib.borhood items. JOT One cross mark on the margin of the paper means your subscription has expired; two cross marks meanB pay np 230LXVAXI POSTOmCE. Itom hoars-8 A. M. U 6 JO P. M. 8odavs Crasa S to 4 oalock P. H. HAIL Cl-OSM. Tor Mmptili and Arsansas......... P M STor oil liu North daily . l it) p H gar all point Room aailyat. . 12 M p M For Whiteville, Karelia Wor, Daaeerville and sStaatoa's Deset Teeadavs, Tbaredajs ana Saturdays. A 1(1 IiARWIItL'S DRUG STORE BOLIVAR. TENN. LAR WILL sella all kind of Medi cine, of course. LAR WILL sells Paints and Oils. LAR WILL sells Garden Seeds. LAR WILL sells Perfumery. LAR WILL sells Spectacles and Gold . ... " Pens. LAR WILL sells Fine Whiskies and ' - ' ... Brandies i LAR WILL sells all kinds of Pills. And if you ...

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. — 23 January 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. AsPATtAGTJS A CtTKE FOB RhZTJXIATISM. A medical correspondent of an English journal saya that cases of rheumatism and gout can be cured by tho free use of asparagr.3, the active principle of the plant having the effect of neutralizing the lithio acid in the system, which is the cause of all inflammatory rheumatic ailments. The remedy is simple, and worth trying. Don't Give Liqtjob to Children. One of the first literary men in the United States said to a writer, after Paking on tne BubJect of temperance : "There is one thing which, as you visit dioTerent places, I wish you to do every where :. that is, entreat every mother never to give a drop of strong dr.nk to a, child, i have had to fight, as for mv life, all my days to keep from dying a drunkard, because I was fed with spirts when a child, and acquired a taste for it. My brother, poor fellow, died a drunkard. I would not have a child of mine to take a drop of liquor for any thing. "Warn every mother, wherever yo...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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