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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 28 August 1874

BOLIVAlt BULLETIN. PUBLISHED. EVEEY FRIDAY BY SXTBSCniX'TIO. One Year .Six Month Three Months. ....$3.00 .... 1.25 75 All subscriptions const be paid. In advance, and if not renewed promptly at the expiration will be dis c an tinned to the address. NEWS OF THE WEEK. WEST. The Union Pacific railroad company lias commenced suit in the United States 'courts, to restrain the counties through which the road passes from collecting the tax of 1873. At the recent election in the Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, Indian territory, Coleman Cole was elected governor of the Choctaws, and Frank Overton, governor of the Cbickaeawa. A report comes from Fort Sully that Indians to the number of four thousand at tacked Custar'a expedition on the 15th and and were repulsed with heavy loss. Custar's loea is reported at fifty killed and wounded. The cavalry at Bawlings, Wyoming, have instructions to thoroughly ecout the Sweetwater, Powder and Big Horn rivers and country to the southern extremity of the Yel...

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. — 28 August 1874

V, M. It. PA ill! ISM. 1 .,, , J. M. Ill Bli.MiI. S Pledged to no rrtj'a arbitrary w&y. IV fallow TftUTH where'er ihe leads tht way. FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. 1874. KEWSPAPER DECISIONS Any person who take a paper regularly from the PfKt ?llo whether directed to his nainj or another, or wha her he has subscribed or cot id responsible fur the a . IT ik person orders his paper discontinned !te must al 1 arrearages, or the iuMu)ih,n)iy nontanae to scud i t until pay ment is tnatle, an J collect the w hole amount, whether it is taken fr.mi t!is office or not. t. The cmrtj have decided that refusal to taVe news parxra and periodicals from t!e lot Office, or reroovm and leaving tliem uaciilleJ. fur, ia prima facie evidence of I nteutiocal fraud. FOR GOVLr.NOR, J. D. POUTEU ofllenry. tor Ejpcrsi.NTATivr, D. J. NEWBEKN nt Bolivar. Trouble m Gibson County. Considerate excitement lias prevailed n.t Milan and surrounding country fi.r several days, caused Ly the crganzation of a ne;ro company, who ...

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. — 28 August 1874

4 t i X. V c;u ximnrs. "i transient or Ie:tl Advertis mont published until paid for. ifuL-seripuon ir;ey (.2) iau3t be paid in ail vn nee. S&zT' No attention mil be given anony mous communications. Sy- W' wi!i thank our friends for all local or Ljihborhood items. - Efj?" Ono cross mark on the margin of ....., jr..u. f enpuun ' expireu; two cross marks means pay up I bolivar rosTorrrcs. PMtnm-; hours H A. M. to S:30 P. M. Sundays from 3 to 4 o'clock I'. M. mail n.rvsr.s. For Memphis anl Arkinui .'. 2 20 P M Kor all points North daily at ...... ?.:! I M VaT all l"'itita South dailynt. .i2 Si) I M Kor Winievillo. Kaytw ',onier, DauocyviHa and t-tuuton Depot Tuoidays, TliurJ:iTS aud Saturdays, at 7 A M . DRUG STORE,! 7 l I i BOLIVAR, TKNN. LAP WILL sells all kinds of Mali-' cine, of course. i L AI2 WILL sells Paints and Oils'. jjj LAPVILL sells Garden Seeds. LA 12 WILL sells Perfumery. ' LAP. WILL sells Spectacles and Cold Pens. i LAP WILL sells Fine Whiskies and Brandies, LAP WILL ...

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. — 28 August 1874

TROPIC MIUX1CI1T. DT WIl.Li WALLACE BARNET. The rain floats off : the crescent moon Holds iii its cup a round of duHk, Like palm-b'.ul3 iu the montb of Jane Just breaking through the vernal husk. Nu',ht-bloinii;tf agaves fill the sheaf, To catch the light distilled in showers. Till overflowing cup and leaf Its clunter breaks in midnight flowers.- A ccusnoua stillness north and pouth And east and west, and just as sweet As Feeds of pomegranate in the mouth, Or kicses when young lovers meet, Breaks in a low, sweet under-tone, Ivke brooks that breed in beds of fern, As if by curve and pebble-stone The racou bal spilled her silver urn. Its airy current fills and rlpes The fliwer and fruit to wanton use ; It blows the rush's slender pipes, And rounds the purple fi? with juice ; Lite merchants breaking kids of Hard,' Or jars of olives, dest rt born. Tine-apples lift their prickled shard, And show the seeds of fragrant corn. Like Hebrew maids, the citrons hold Their pitchers to the vapor s...

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. — 4 September 1874

nrlM,,,.,,- BOLIVAR BULLETIN. - " o . . RATES OF ADVEUTISUO, y rCEUSHED'ETEET FRIDAY ET SUBSCRIPTION-. One Vear Six Mentha Three Tlontba..., .. 1.83 75 All subscriptions mnat be paid in advance, and if not renewed promptly at the expiration will be dia Onticned to the addre. NEWS 0? THE WEEK. EAST. Prof. Pierre Blot, the famous culinary rtit, died !a-t week at his residence in Jersey city. The cost of the government of New York ity for the year ending August 1 was in round numbers 50,000,000. The debt in the eamo time was considerably increased The secretary of the emigration board ef New York estimates that for tbe prf sent year tbe emigration will be about 135,C50, so that the comparison etanda as follows : For 1573, 2G8,818 ; 1S74, 135,000. All the coal companies doing busi ness at the "Wyoming and Lackawanna valley have stopped work on account of the market being; overstocked. Twenty thousand men and boys are thrown oui of employment. The commission of engineers to re port on th...

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. — 4 September 1874

M. It. PARKISH. J. M. IJ LUIS A III). -i'"OB. I'ld;ed to no pirty's arbitrary svrar, Wc fallow Troth where'er she leads the ar. FHIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1874. NEWSPAPER DECISIONS A ny person who takes a paper regularly from th pAt Ort'.c whether directed to Uin iihlh or another, nr whs ticx be ha mbaenbed or not ia responsible for the par 4 If a person ordert Ilia paper dinrontinnod he must if ail arrearage. nr the publish r may rontinnetn ei.d i : until payment ia made, and collect the whole amount, a nether it ia taken from the ofhe or nr.t. The (-Aorta have decided tiat refill! to taVe newfl paptrs and periodical! from ttie Port Office, ur rfvmoviup and leaving them uncalled fur, ia prima facie evidence of i ntentional fraud. FOR COVEKXOn, .!. 1). POICTKU of Henry. ton sknatw-r. IHIRACK M. POLK of Uardcman I OR M.OATKR. KOUKltr 15. II L" KT of Madison FOR Rf.PRrskNTATIVl, I). J. N KWBKKN of Holivir. Congressional Convention next Tuesday, Sth inst. There is we think, a prevailing do. ...

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. — 4 September 1874

i 0 7 - 0irat mrs. ESfyn transient or Leiral Advertis ment published until paid for. Ea5 Subscription rriey (2) must be paid in advance. IS? No attention will be given anony mous communications. gry V wilt thank our friends for all local or f.jhborhood items. JEST One cross mark on the margin of the paper means your subscription has expired; two cross marks means pay up soiiiVAS. rosTorricn. 1'ostr.fft-ra hours 8 A. M. to 5:30 P. BI. Faodiva from 3 to i o'clock P. M. m 1 1. ri.oer.n. For Memphis and Arkansas..". ...2 20 P M For all r-ointa North daily at ..'i.30 P M Kor all points Smith daily at ........12 .'0 P Si Kor Whiteville, Ksyttte Corner, Daueevvi lie and Stanton's Depot Tuesdays, Thursdays and tiaturdat-s. at 7 A .M . 1 DRUG STORE BOMVAK, TK.NN. LA R WILL sells all kinds of Medi cine, of course. LAIl WILL sells Paints and Oils. LAP WILL sells Garden Seeds. LA R WILL sells Perfumery. LAIl WILL sells Spectacles and Gold Pens. LA R WILL sells Fine Whiskies and Brandies. LA K 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. — 4 September 1874

V PCSSY'S CLASS. Now, children," Bald Puss, as she shook her bead, " It ia time yonr morning leson was said." Bo her kittens drew neai with footsteps Blow, And Fat dowu before her all in a row. Attention, ciasB ! " said the cat-mamma, And tell me qnick where yonr noBea are ! " At this ail the kittens sniffed the air, As though It were filled with a perfume rare. " Now, what do you say when yon want a drink ? " Tha kittens waited a moment to think. And then the answer came clear and loud. You ought to have heard how tboee kittens meow'd I " Very well. Tis the same with a sharper tone, When yon want a fisih or a bit of a bone. Now, what do you say when children are good? " And the kittens purred as soft as they could. " And what do yon do when children are bad ? When they tease and pull? " Each kitty looked sad. " Pooh 1 " said the mother. ' That isn't enough ; You muat use your claws when children are rough." And Where are your c'aws? No. no. my dear." (As she took up a paw). See ! t...

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. — 11 September 1874

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. RATES OB ADVKRTISIJIO. PUELISHEDEYEEY FRIDAY BY SimSCRIPTION'. One Year $3.0 O Six Months l,a5 Tliree Monthi 75 All subscriptions mU8t be paid in advance, and if not renewed promptly at the expiration will be dis continued to the sddrees. NEWS OF THE WEEK. EAST. At Mystic park, Boston, last -week, a special purse of $2,500 was offered to Gold smith Maid to beat her own record of 2:14, she to have three triala. The Maid appeared between the heats of the Becond race and made the flint heat in 2:19, going easily ali the way round accompanied by a runner at tached to a buggy and driven by Jamea Golden. The second trial was made under the moat favorable auspices. The track had 4. been 'scraped close to the pole, and there was absolutely no wind. 13udl Doble nodded for the word the first time ho came down. The Maid (rotted the first quarter in 33 sec onds, and the half mile in 1:06', lifting her head once just before she reached there. The last half mile was trotted with...

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. — 11 September 1874

I' A i'-t: I -ill. liL'lIHA KI. PItd'cA to no partj'n artiUrary iwav. IV e lollow 'i'RLiii w hcre'tr she 1 eiil the war. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1874. K2A7SPAPEH DECISIONS Any person who take a paper regularly from the P st O !. whether dire-t-d to his name or annthKr, or whfc tier lie bus subcr bt;d or not is responsible l.r the p.y fT a peron orders his paper discontinued he must . w all at rarapes, or the publisher my cnp.t inne to send i ; im'Sl ryment is mnds, nnd oiler t the whole atnnftnt. a netf.sr it is taken from the thre cr not. ?. The cvurtn Lave deciaed that rutus-if to taVe news papers and perioaiuals from tiie i'ot-t Other, or reiuoviuar a -id leiviHc them uncalled f'r, is prima facie evidence of i atCDtiiitai fraud. l'ott O.iYtKSoK, J D. POIiTEK II. CASEY vcilm;-, "lOIl SKNATeR, IluKACK M. 1'OLK ion JL'iATti;, HOUKltr IV IIIT.T V OH KM'R! St.N1 ATI I, I. J. SKW1VKRN ...of Henry. cf Sh-H,y .... of Il:ir-Kina4 of JLlilUon .f B..livar. Complete. The Democratic ticket is n...

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. — 11 September 1874

i I' oral 'gtfairs. fi'Q" transient or Legal Advertis merit published until paid for. DS ulneription u-iey ($2) must be paid in advance. &2? No attention w'A be uiven anon7- , pious comtuurueations. SSr W- will thank our friends for all l.vjal or neighborhood itoms. tT One cross mark on the mar-in of I , tf , V . P yCU a tew line' l wo a oun the paper means your subscription has j 8truck t,ie '0URS ,il3 """'ns "er j mCn of our city both highly colored expired; two crosd marks means pay up j collar bone, and in the Hill she received visited your town" on Monday la-ton foot several painful bruises. ' Our fair visitor j On their way back they became tired ECLIVA rOSSOmCE. ha the sympathies of the people here : and concluded to ride somebodv-' po.toffie knr.-R a. at. to 5::w p. M. Suoday, m 3 to 4 o clock F. M. . from mail ci.osr V,.r all miinla nrth li lit- .1 .... o t . Foi" all point Snath daily at .."...'".7".'i2 30 I M For Juteville. l ayette trner. Danuayville and Btanton-. il...

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. — 11 September 1874

GE3IS OF THOUGHT. Friendship is the wine of life. Young. A great fortune is a great slavery. Seneca. There is a proud modesty iu merit. Drydcn. He is -wise that ia wise to himself. Euripides. . To live ia not to learn, but to apply. E. Legouve. EvERTraisGismere opinion. Marcus Antoninus. Goodness admits of no excess but error. Bacon. Mercy, to him that shows it is the rule. Cowper. Morosenkss is the evening of turbu lence. Landor. He -wreathed the rod of criticism witji rosea. Disraeli. Politics is the science of exigencies, Iticodore Parker. "Wit does not take the place of knowl- edge. Varvouguc8. Mellowed by-the stealing hours of time. bhakspcare. T Of two heroes, he who esteems his rivals the most, is the greatest. Beau melle. No fountain is so small but Heaven may be imagined in its bosom. Haw thorne. The rays of happiness, like those of light, are colorless when unbroken, Longfellow. Men who make money rarely saunter men who save money rarely swagger. jsuuver lytton.. Good bree...

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. — 18 September 1874

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. RATES OF ADVERTIS1XQ. One irtcTor ten line, eotitfituUt On Square. One eqrrare, ftrst rnsertorj. Each subsequent insertion... I! 13111"" f square i month $ 1 5si; 3 miutlisU 2 sqaarea I month 3 0i: 3 months"! 3 squares I month.... 4 CM'. 3 raonlna." 4 fqliarea I mciHU . 7 te: 3 months. I 5 squares t month:. .. 10 Ofi: 3 mr;ha... 6 squares 1 month...... II ttontln... 12 squares f moath.. . 24 C: 3 ron .. 24 squares 1 month.... 4 to: 3 Kioiiths... rtTBI.ISlJEp-EyEIiY JKRIPAY By ..$ 1 CO CO . e co . 8 OJ . IU Ik) . 12 (O . 14 CO . 1 .. S3 tJ . ei w BTTUSCJ3?XIOT. (There are 2'; sirarcs a eath eoJnmn.) One colnmn, 1 yfar... o Half column, 1 year m Q iarter column, 1 year ,,, CO A jrsfvrKCEMFNTS. Armourtpfng- the name r.f a person for a County cilice, $1: State office, $19; Federal office, tlj. Invariably in advance. Religions, M"arnge. Birth and L"efh Sntico so licited, and will be w iliitigly inserted free of rbarga. Obituaries, Masonic aud other society roti cf death...

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. — 18 September 1874

JT. K. PAtMMSIf. J. M. IlL'BUAKD. Pledged to no party's arbitrary away. We fellow Troth whore'er h leads the war. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 1874. NEWSPAPER DECISIONS Ay person who takes a paper regnlarly frnra the Post Offlc whether directed to his niw or another, or whs her he has subscribed or not is respousible fur the pay .If person orders his paper discontinned he must ny all arrearages, or the publisher may continueto nend i v until payment is made, and collect the whole amount, whether it is taken from the offiw or not. ?. The courts have decided that refusal to taVe news papers and peric4ioa1s from the I'ont Office, or remoYinjr and letTiujr thera uncalled fur, is prima lucie evidence of intentional fraud. FOR GOVERNOR, J. D. POItTEK of Henry. rr covuuTj-s, 11. CASEY YOUSG - .. of Shelby FOB Sr.XAToll. HORACE M. POLK of Ilardjraaa l OB KLOATKB, ItOBKltT B. HURT of Madison roa nr.PBiSF.NTATirB, I). J. SEWBKKN of Bolivar." On Monday last a fight occurred io New Orleans between the ...

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. — 18 September 1874

n A3iay;o transient or Legal Advcrtis nient published until paid for. fite?" "Subscription viey ($2) most be paid in advance. Eiy No attention will be given anonj roous communications. J" Ws will thank our friends ibr all local or Neighborhood items. tteST One cross mark on the margin of the paper means your subscription has expired; two cross marks means pay up 230X.XVAR posiorncs. Postoffiie hnnrs S A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Bandars from 3 to 4 o'clock P. M. MAIL CI.08E. For Mir.ihif an Arkansas .' 2.;o P M Kur all points North daily at 2.30 p M Fur all points Soath daily at. .... i2S0 P M Kor Whitrville. Fayetto Corner. Danceyviile and Htintin'i 1'spot Tuesaays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7 A M . XiAXVWTXilVS D RUG STORE, BOLlVAlt, fKNN. L All WILL sells all kinds of Medi cine, of course. LA 11 WILL sells Paints and Oils. LAIl WILL sells Garden Seeds. LA 11 WILL sells Perfumery. LA U WILL sells Spectacles and Gold Pens. LAP WILL sells Fine Whiskies and Brandies. LA Ii WILL sells all k...

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. — 18 September 1874

HOUSEHOLD HINTS XSD RECIPES A Good Salad. A correspondent of the OirJener's Chronicle eays : Here is a talad that will delight those who eat cucumber with bread and cheeso : Take a tomato, not over-ripe, and cut it into Klicen, as you would a encumber ; take a Email onion, and cut it up as fine as you can, sprinkle it over the tomato slices, add Bait, pepper and vinegar at discretion, and you will have a Balad which, aa a relish, puts the cucumber to shame. Baked Attuz DuMrnixGS. Holl out some dough thicker than pie-crust, and inclose a handful of eliced ripe apples well covered with sugar and butter. BriDg the edges together as in any other dumplinga. When as many are made as are deired, place them side by side in a pudding pan, spread butter and sugar over them, and pour boiling water to about half cover the dumplings. Put them in the stove and cook moderately fast until they are nicely browned. The butter, sugar and water make a nice sauce, which can be enriched with, more butter...

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. — 25 September 1874

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. RATES OP ADVERTIS1SQ. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY SUBSCRIPTION. One Year Six Honthi Three Montbi. ,..$2.0O 1.23 T5 AH subscription mast be paid in advance, and if not renewed promptly at the expiration ill be dis continued to the address. NEWS OF THE WEEK. SOUTH. The governor of Kentucky has sent troops to Breathill county to clear the town of Jackson of a band of outlaws. Colonel James Coleman, for many years euperintendect of tho telegraph lines iuTeiinebfee, died last week at Raleigh. Conrad 'the Swede, charged with the murder of E. D. Cresawell, in Bartow county, ra., a short time since, has been tried and The attorney-general has employed the United States district attorneys in the prosecution of tho parties accused cf viola lion of the federal law. in Alabama. i . t : Montgomery, Ala., was crowded with negroes last week, drawing rations in accord ance with an act of congress appropriating $10,000 for the relief of those made, destitute by the overflow , f the T...

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. — 25 September 1874

Botium bulletin PAKKIXII. HL'BUAKD. J Epitobs. J. M. Plodg'd to no party's arbitrary sway. Wt fallow Truth where'er ehe leade the way. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1874. NEWSPAPER DECISIONS Any person ho takes a paper regularly from the Post Otilce whether directed to his name or another, or he her lie haa lubscribed or not ia responsible fur the pT l .If a person orders his paper discontinued he mnst ay all arrearages. or the publisher may eontioneto send I ; until payment is made, aad collect the w hole amount. Whether it is taken from the office or not. .. The courts have decided that refusal to take news papers and periodicals from the l'ost Office, or removing and leaving? them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. for governor, J. D. POUTER of Henry. FOR CONGBF.88. H. CASKY YOUNG, of Shelby FOB EEXATbR, HORACE M. TOLK of Hardeman lOB, FLOATER, ROBERT B. II CRT of Madiaon rOR RF.FRFSF.XT ATI YK, C J. NEWJ1KRN of Uolivar. Notice PcnLic Speaking. The un tJcTBigned ...

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. — 25 September 1874

i if xqxl airs. ment published until paid for. JKSP Subscription xrnej ($2) must be paid in adrance. tS? No attention will be given anony mous communications. tf W, will thank our friends for all local or kjthborhood items. fiST One cross mark on the margin of the paper means jour subscription has expired; two cross marks means pay up SOLIVAR posTorncs. PMtoffln Jiotrrj-8 A. Bl. to 5:30 P. SI. Sundaj. from 3 to 4 o'clock P. M. ; . mail ci.oer.a. For Memfhii iirt Arkansas......... 2 20 P M For all po4aa North daily t... .".L" 2.?,(l P St IT or all pointa Sooth daily at. "."i 2 30 P M "or Whiteville, Fayetta Corner, Daneeyville and It AM pTuedJ'- Thursdays and Saturdays. ! T A Tl TSyTT.T.Jf! DRUG STORE BOLIVAR. TKNN. LARWILL sells all kinds of Medi cine, of course. LARWILL sells rainls and Oils. LAR WILL sells Garden Seeds. LAR WILL sells Perfumery. LARWILL sells Spectacles and Gold Pens. LARWILL sells Fine Whiskies and Brandies. LAR WILL sells all kindi of nils. And if yoa don't beli...

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. — 25 September 1874

I A ! SAYOGS AND DOINGS. 7astb of wealth is sometimes retriev al ; waste of health, is seldom ; bat the jraste of time never. Love is all its shapes implies sacri-; Ices. Mnch must be conceded, much andured, if we would love. Instead of regretting that we are sometimes deceived, we Bbould rather lament that we are undeceived. Narrow-minded and ignorant per sons talk about people and not things ; hence gossip, the bane of our age. There are very few men in this world who can lind a sealed bottle floating in the ocean and read the message, with out having first smelled the bottle. The foreign resident population of Paris is made up as follows : 4,000 Americans, 7 000 Englishmen 47,000 Germans, 32,000 Belgians, and 12,000 Swiss. They believe in fashion in Toreka, and when Mr. Williams wouldn t tnt on a mourning band for the death of nis wne tney draerged hira through a creek and shaved his head. Dakota is the white man's pronunci ation of Lah-ko-ta, the name by which ine bionx call the...

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