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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 11 December 1874

.BOLIVAR-BULLETIN. RaTKS OP ADVEKTHl.Xa . vns wk-a, or Itm Jmiautiili Out St One inrA- ftr Inusrkm ' quart. PCBUSHEO ETEBT FF.IDAY Bt . 1 -." -A - - - i - B inn ch ubseqnent tnvert:TnJl aquaro- mouth.... 1 i SO: a" "roon !"".".' -S aqcarea 1 -month,.... O.C S tui.t-, s inare 1 taonxu.tj, 4 60:- S mouth.. nquarea 1 nvnta.... .'7 So: 3 moutlm.. 4ara 1 oomh. -., ) 0: a months O square 1 mouth 1J 00: 3 niofctna 4 1 00 10 . 6 (O . 8 00 . 10 00 . 11 OJ 14 i-O 3S Oil " ! 1 mouth..;... 54 .jf 8 month 32 (0 .24 iaarel.moBtte.. aaeoj S months ' . 64 ... i stmsciiixmoiN". . .(There are ?i qvrfiiiafyh col am n.) Half column, 1 yr. ..T 110 Quarter column, 1 year.. j 'AKKTtrKCrrirT. Antirftteinfr the came of a person for a O-mntr office, r gt&t offlc. ro federal oSoa. (IS. Invarrabrv-tn advance. ' Rehj-iorrv Mama. rHrthiana Death Kotices so licited, and will be wil-inply ins-rted free of charce Obtttjariea, Ma-Tnic in J ctLer society nottoea of 4aaths, etc., wlii be.cLire4 Ua eoU per line. On...

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 December 1874

Bulletin M. K. RI?rt. j. u. rcubaka. Ebito llol-M M i party's srbiararr . A Tana k--r ita la4 tfc wit. F2TDA.Y, DEC 11. 1874. SXWSPAFS2 DECISIONS r. p. raw wka takaaa papar r jralarir from tha !.-. whatbar iimM t kia urn or auotbar, ar ' ! ku aaaaariaaS w li ratpaiulbL for tha j If araa raar ai pajr AUaoatinasd h out i r all irrswfct. th pVUuh.r may annua. La icnd an ".I U ataaa. aaS collect th who!, amocnt. o ir it ukra trvm tha offi.t or bm. Tti carta aava aaaifl that ratwal to tat &.. ,r 1 parioataali tram th Post USi. or rantoTing m l thaaa uuUt4 fur, U prima facia avidanca of ktsulional ?;aa4. PRESIDENT S MESSAGE. Cijprtn mtmblfd on Monday, an I tSo Pretideat'e Message was received and rd As state piper the document gives l U.'o evidence ot statesmanship end much of partisan teal We fail to find any thing in the tuessage which U calculated U give hope to the people of the couth io rvrJ to the questions in which they are most vitally interested. The President maintain! his f...

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 December 1874

iy o transient or Legal Advertis meat published until paid for. Subscription iwviej ($2) must be paid in ad ranee. 3"" No atteotioa be given anony tnous eomraunloatione. VV-e. will thank oar friends for all local or t.w'ghborhood item. : ZST One cross mark on the margin of the paper means your subscription has expired; two cros marks mean, pay up EO&xtrAS. posrornca. PU&.f hears S A M. to fcJO T. M. tamaaji (rose 1M4 'look P. M. AIL CLOdSS. Fa Meanahla u Ark -.I 20 P M SO P M - 1J SO P M r all points erin aaiiv at .11 rotate Snath dftilf fct...., jre v nitewute, aveKw t-omw, asanceyvme saa SWeates1 Denot Taetdsrs, Theredajrs sad Saturdays. 47AM IjARWIIiL'S DRUG STORE,' B0L1YAU. TESK. I Lli? WILL tells all kinds of Medi cine, of course. LAR WILL tells Paints and Oils. LAR WILL sells Garden Seeds. LAR WILL sells Perfumery. LAR WILL sells Spectacles and Qold Pens. LAR WILL sells Fine Whiskies and Brandies, LAR WILL sells all kind of Pills. And if Jo a don't believe that Larwill...

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 December 1874

L'SEFIL KXOWLEDliL. . Tr". rfrifrinS. wt. - - . - .It ia. nob gt!erR.ly knovrr thai pnnd eJ iaia pcmaesaoa-tlie propjt.y)f pari fyinff water, A tatleppoorsf ul of pul verized alum fTrtrinkled into' a - hothead of .water, the water stirred at the Jira,. tsvPU; niter iha lipa of aJ'ese Loura,-hy precipitating to the bottom tbe impure partictea; eo pnrify It that it will be .Jfoaml possess a-arly all the f reclines 3hi-l earners rt the finest ppritrg vater. Aj5aTIfnI containing four gaIlon3may be purifiecl by a, singly. teaspoonful. Sea. 1 ' i 1 . A French chemist. M. Nauie. has been makiusr a thorourli examination of the salt water oi different oeeanoj.esp'i oially in reference to" the amormt'o' chloride of Kodinp (common., salt) in -th.nC TTe obtained the following -re- u!tS( :' Th 'Mediterraneaii'fiea contairis of fialt 2 710 per cent the Atlantic oceoa, 2,TS3.per cent.;lho Enflie.i chaanel2.t&5per-cfEt.: the Paclfi , ocean,J2.r,83 rcr eent.;tbe .Lke Orrrrh, 5a Persia 1.905 per ...

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 December 1874

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. RATES O? ADVERTISING. TTT. - 4 Os &, T fan liw, conttitutei One Squar. Ou snkTa, ftrnt inrtlon.. . 1 00 JPPr.T.TSTTPrp eteut ranAT BT luoMonent lnsrtion ' 2ure ' i mouth a aV: a" mwb. . Moan 1 monthi., 4 s: a aacoaa . 4 qure 1 month.... T 00: a month.... - 6 qun 1 uactlw-.iaoui tttn&tha, qrin 1 noctli. ia 00: s taontas "" 12 jQre 1 qoeOi a 00; S month."" 2 quare 1 montli.,.. 8 CO: S month. 60 6 GO 8 00 10 00 12 00 1 CO 16 0O 82 00 64 Ou stnjscBipnojr. (There are 51 aquarea In each column.) "One Ter. 'si Months...... Tbree Blentbs. Onfl column, t romr .94.00 1.95 . T5 Half column, 1 JarT...'.J. r""'" r?V Q'rro'imni'i , , ' 'J kttotritcKUTXT. lanmiipJnjr th9 name of a Sii0fL: fT oeic-: State cfl 0 All ubfcrir,tiona moat b paid in advance, and If not renewed promptly at the expiration will bfl di-' continued to the address. ' " ' ' . Or VOLU1ME ;i : ') BOLIVAR HARDEMAN CO., TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 18, 1874. NUMBER IS. .hciandVil! be KV IT. -,. "TP.- v :ir n ittt r...

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 December 1874

it. K. PAKRIIJH, J. U. Ht BBAkD. f KDfTOBa. Placed m taw's arblirarr . (alio Tarm wlurt'er b laada taa way. FRIDAY, DEC 18 1874. VZ 5EfS?APEE DECISIONS As. Sanaa wha taii a papar raralarW fnm tha 9,t OiSt diraata b Hit aai er anaihar, ar . .A ka ui tttniHi or aofc oe raapanalbla for tba " j Jf a Firm rar hi papar dlatontlnaed ba nul kall rmnM.M tha pabliaher Bay annliauaia saad ' aacU paymaat ia awaa. aa4 eullaat tit wkglt mutu, ttaOvar It l tabaa from tha offiaa or ant. . Tha aearve hara 4aidad tiiat ratusal la taVa aawa- para aa4 parioaiaaJt tram tha V aat lima, or remoYiaj aaa ln'iu ihaat aaaallaa fur. U aruu (aaia avideaea f i aaaiiaaaT traad . FUBHC SCHOOL SYSTEM W have had little to say on the ul jeet of the public school system of Ten lessee, for the reason that we have bad Svo inclination to praise it, unless we were satisfied that it merited praise, and as little inclination to condemn it, in wfcol or in part, unless e were con incedthat it deserted condemnation. At a s j s...

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 December 1874

fcT o traiiMierit tvc Itl Advrtii ant published until paid fnr, 0 f'u'.cription v iey ($2) must be paid in mdvance. 423 No attention b given aoony Aoua eorasaunicstiona. W- will thunk our friend for all Iwal or fcwichborhixul items. ji-une cross mar on m marein ot (K paier nnans tour twhsri prion haa ipired; twocrmar1can1.Pay up m n ansa m an m anaansaa njtr t TtnamturtTinn m WM. W A Om W a aCW Ji I fUrft-M konrs A. M. U 5;30 P. M. 8aadavJ 1W 'lock f. N. M til. CI.OdE. fH MeeaaM. an rk.ii .2 ill P M jrr kl twists North daily at .... ?.:! P H ff-sr all point Moatb daily at - ,,, 12 .V P M Far NV hiteTllle, Vayette Onif, Oaaeeyville and aWeetoa'a DapatTaaedsy. Thoriaj lad Saiardays. ! a H. XfARWXZilt'S DRUG STORE, B0L1YAK. TKSN. i-nliZ WILL sella all kinds of Medi cine, of course. LIU WILL sell ratals and Oils. LAR WILL sells Garden Seeds. LA R WILL sells Perfumery. LARWILL sells SpectacUs and Gold Pens. LARWILL sells Fin Whiskies and Brandies. LAR WILL sell all kindi of Tills. And if...

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 December 1874

ern states. tnttRt Ufa of t?ettriberlaet--the paverrior of "Louisiana caile on me, as pronJed in the constitution of tbe United btates, for aid in the suppress on of domestic violence. That call wan made in view of a proclamation issued bvD. . B. I'tiuu, cavintr h?. was elected Lieut. Governor in 1872, autf caffinp r. jon the militia of the state to arm, av-s emttle and drive from power the tisurp ars, aa he degsatrd the officers of the Btate Kovernment. uu the next flay I issued my proclaraatjn, commanding the Insurgents to asperse within fi.ve tin ? nd Mbsequently learned that on that day they had- taken forcible possession, of the ttata houses Steps wero taken bv roe to sup port the exifting and recognized btate govern ment, Imt before th daw the rhsurrt-ctionarv movement was prac tically abandoned, and the officers of the state Kivernmeiit. with tom minor exceptions, re sumed their powers and duties. Couide:iug thatlhe reneut etaJte adrninis- wauuu! nouisiaua naa been the only g...

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 December 1874

BOXTVAUBULLETIN. SUBSCRIPTION. One ,r.L.. Six Month.... ....... Tare Montl.. ! i.aa .. . : 73 All subscriptions meet be paid in advance, and if grumpily at tJlo expiration will be dia- -'-u"i ku lue aatirees. - LATE NEWS SUMMARY. WEST. (Jen. Miles has Bent a scout to the Cheyennea to recover the two cider sisters of the two little girls rescued in battle some weeks tance. At Detroit,, last week. Dr. Inclee. one of the oldest and inost popular physicians of xnat city, wiale diaaecting the body of a child who bad died of erysipelas, accidentally cut bis Laud with a dissecting knife, which re united jn bis death ou the 18th. . . . Clinton B. Fieke, Chas. E. Hammond, B. Rush Roberts, and John A. Xong, of the board of Indian commissioners, who recently visited the Indian territory, make a report rrons Bt. I.onw, in- which they make the fol lowing recommendations i First, a territorial government.' whase executive shall be ap pointed by the president of the United Statss,, and Whose losia...

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 December 1874

Htmr M. R. Pk RRISH. J. SI. HKBBAUW. Eoitob. Platlaicd to no party's arbitrary iwit. tVa fallow TaOTH wacra'ar U lead. th war. FRIDAY," DEC 25, 1874.' NEWSPAFES DECISIONS Jackson, Miss., ia to have J?, new pa- I w kg tmicu lue me juan. ineri ; ... . I a eignmcance in the name. i kind and aEectionateftither. Resolved 2d. That in the death of on respected brother the County of Harde-j wen ha lost a conscientious journalist. ! a? h n a at Inlinp fn i tK l.ia ninA M L I , v mo war T l c i . - leen given to the promotion of the goocU R mnel M- ot fcmith county l his countrj, the advancement of thJ 1r,?ceive1 the nomination in the Fourth i : l j . . . .... Tiur.n, -.uci.ii, una material interests ofi congressional district of this Kt, tn fill die people anions: whom he has mad hu i home, and one whose catholic epirit'everfs,. Th ... IT , prompted the use of the columns of hisfjiilte Jhn XV IIead The Trenton 'SewsGazetle would bel Dogs versus The Peopli?. atisfied to have Wm. H. Stephens e...

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 December 1874

ItSsT" o transient or Legal Advertis meat published until paid for. gS$T Subscriptioa mrvaey ($2) mast be paid in advance. E3T No attention will be given anony mous communications. gtS W will thank our friends for all local or neighborhood items. Jg?" One cross mark on the margin of the paper means your subscription has expired; two cross marks means pay up b oil iv ah sosTomcs. postc!.? hoars 8 A. from 1U( 'clock p. M U &;30 P. M. Saadav mail CMMea. fat Memphis ana Arkansas For all point North iul; at ,.!. P M 2. SO P l 1? P M for all point South daily at.. Stanton s Depot Taosdsys, Taarsdays and Saturdays, at 7 A M . or w mtevuie. DRUG STORE BOL1TAE, TENX. LAR WILL tells all kinds 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. LAR WILL sells all kinds of Pills. And if you don't believe that Larwill keeps a LIVE COUNTRY DRUG STORE...

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 December 1874

WHEELER & WILSON'S ET7 SO. JSEWINU MACHINE. G American Institute, Sew York-Judge'" .Iteport, Sot, 11, XS7-.1V , To Vie Hoard of Managers - -; Gextxemes After a full a.ul impartial ex amination of the artide drcrihed, the unlor Bigned ! judges make tlie following BiU'oBT (abstract): ... That Sewing-machine No. 43G (Wheel er & Wilson's New No. 6) was claimed to be bo great art ircproTement, both npon the well-known family machine made by the same company, find upoTi all other sewing-machines, as entitled it to recognition aa a new and valuable in vention. Under these circumstances, an extremely thorough and minute exam ination beoame both dtjsirabl and neces sary, not only of its novelty,- but of the skill and workmanship manifested in the fitting and adjustment of all its parts. We have risen from such examination with an ample conviction that the claim, in all its essential features, is well founded. " - At the commencement of pur examin ation, we were provided with several ...

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. — 8 January 1875

330LIVAH BULLETIN rCBLISHED EVERY Hit DAY BY SUBSCRIPTION. One Year .. ; OO Mil 9Xon ttta 1 .-. 1 545 Til res Mouths.. ..r. f& AH subscriptions must be pail in advance, and if sot renewed promptly at the expiration will be dis continued to the address. LATE NEWS SUMMARY. WEST. Within the past twelve months Hli noia railroads have killed ! 227 persona and maimed 404. There are said to be more idle rain era among the coal regions of Onio now than at any time since the panic. A dispatch from Tuscan says very ricn goia mines have been discovered in Son era, on the San Miguel river. The claims cover a surface of two miles square. Eight "warriors, thirty-nine snnaws and pappoosea, and sixty-two ponies, Lelon"- lug to lae Medicine Water band of Chey ennes, surrendered unconditionally at Chey enne agency on the 20th ir.st. Two white women are now with Stone Calf, who is Baid to have two hundred lodges on the Staked Plains. Two meseengera have arrived, asking for peace. Word has been sen...

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. — 8 January 1875

Bfllttmr Bulletin J. M. 1IUBBA HD, Editor. Pledged to no partj"s arbitrary iwt. Wt fallow Truth where'er h leads the war. FEIDAY, JAN. 8 1874. SEWSPAFES DECISIONS At perton who taken a pacer rernlar! from th Tout OlBoe whether directed to Uit name or another, or w he .her he Lj uUcrit-a or cot is responsible fir the pay 1 . 1 f person orders hie pper diseontinned he mint i all arrearages, or the publisher my continue to send astil piymeot ie made, end collect the w hole amount, er nether it is taken from the office or not. .. The eonrte hare decided chat r.fuaitl to take news papers and periodicals from the J'oet Office, or reraoTins; aad leiTior them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional frand. To the Public. With this number of the Bulletin-. I assume the entire editorial and business control of the paper, Having been con nected with thia office for twelve months the public have had ample opportunity to determine as to my zeal for the pub lic welfare in general and ...

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. — 8 January 1875

opt gj,f airs. The BcLLitTi.v olSce has been remov ed to the splendid rooms in the McNeal Block over J. V. Tate and Co's grocery store. We are now comfortably and conveniently located and well satisfied with our new quarters. We are giving all our material a thorough cleaning and shall make our apartments as attractive as possible. We art prepared to do all the printing offer ed with neatness and despatch, and at moderate Jprices. We respectfully son licit your patronage. FJGRSOIVAL. Charlks A. Miller, and bride, (nee Miss Unthank), returned from their bridal tour north and cast on Wednes. day, and received the congratulations of quite a number of their friends on yess terday at the lesidence of Mrs. Austin Miller. Mrs. due E. Kendall, Principal of the Mania department in Henderson Masonie College is in town. She has lately re turned from a long visit to relations in Texas, who live ninety miles west of S.m Antonio. Prof. T. Morse who has been tempor arily occupying the position of ...

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. — 8 January 1875

FARM AND GARDEN. Curias Meat Once a ye&r " B'nce Adam was a year Jingr." or lees a trifle cerhspf, the veter an editor of the Germ an town Tele graph has told hia readers bow to cure meat. As no one yet seem to improve npon the method, we will for the say. fifteenth time repeat it : "To one gal lon of water take one ponnd and a half of salt, one-half ponnd of pngar, one half ounce of saltpetre and one-half onnee of potash. In this ratio the pickle can be increased to anv quantity desiredl Let these be boiled together until all the dirt from the eu?ar rises to the top and ia skimmed off. Then throw it into a tub to cool, and when cold pour it over yonr beef or pork. The meat rnnst he well covered with pickle, and phould not be put down for at least two days after killincr, dnrirjcr which time it should be slightly sprinkled with now dered saltpetre, which removes all the surface blood, etc., leavincr the meat fresh and clean. Some omit boiling the pickle, and, find it to answer w...

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. — 15 January 1875

RATES OF ADVERTISING. One iiiclh or tieelve i', constitute one tqunre. One square, first insertion. 1 00 Each subsequent insertion .5? 1 square 1 month $ 2 60 I 3 months 00 2 squares 1 month.... 3 00 I months.... 8 0O 3 tquaree 1 month 4 50 I 3 months...... 10 h 4 squares 1 month.... 7 00 I 3 months.... 13 00 5 tquares 1 month 10 CO I 3 months.... 14 0t 6 t quarts 1 month 12 00 I 3 months 1 00 12 rquares 1 month.... 24 00 I 3 months.... 32 00 24 squares 1 month 48 00 3 months..... 64 00 (There are 24 squares in each column.) One column, one year $200 Half column, one year.. - - 110 Quarter column, one year 0 Announcements. Announcing 'he name of a person for a County office. $5 ; State office, $10 ; iT office. $15. Invariably iu advance. Beligiocs, Marriape, feinh and Df ath Notices sc. lieited, and will be wiilinc'y inserted free of charge. Obituaries, Masonic and other society Notices of deaths, etc., will be charged ten cents per line. PUBLISHED EVEItY FRIDAY BY -J J SUBSCRIPTION...

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. — 15 January 1875

Bulletin J. M. HUBBARD. Editor. FUdgeA to no party's arbitrary away. W fallow Tbcth where'er aha hull the war. FRIDAY, JAN. , 15 1874. NEWSPAFEE DECISIONS Any person vbo takes i paper regularly from tb Post Uc whether directed to kia nam or another, or Whe.her he haj subscribed or not is responsible for the A At pe" on orders hie paper diseontinned he mut iy all Arrearages, or the publisher may continue to send ( until payment is made, and collect the whole amount, trnether it ia taken from the office or not. J. The courts have decided that refusal to tare news aapfcrs and periodicals from the Post Olhce, OrretnoTins; and leaving them uncalled fur, ts prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. County Finances. By reference to the proceedings of the county court published elsewhere it will be seen that the indebtedness of the county on the 1st day of January was ?99,00 95 and the amount of uncollected taxes, ?154G2, 31. Now the finances of the county would be in very good condition i...

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. — 15 January 1875

' i A 1 i The Bcllktik office has beeu remov ed to the splendid rooms ia the McNeal Block over J. W. Tate and Co' 3 grocery e tore. We are noy comfortably and conveniently located and Well satisfied with oar new quarters. We are giving all oar material a thorough cleaning and shall make our apartments as attractive as possible. We ere prepared to do all the printing offer ed with neatness and despatch, and at moderate 'prices. We respectfully eo-. licit jour patronage. PERSONAL. Our friend John Cheshier called at this office on Tuesday, and informs us that John Cheshier has bid farewell to John Barleycorn till next Christmas, and perhaps longer we hope forever. He is going in on cotton largely this year. We prinUthis because we know that all John's friends will be glad to hear of his excellent resolution. We did nnintentional injustice to Mr. John Archer, architect, of Bi-ownsville last week in stating that the plan cf an other had been adopted by the commit tee on the new Jail. Mr....

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. — 15 January 1875

FARM AND GARDEN. The Correct Way to Keeti Straw, and Hoot: The North British Agriculturist, in reply to a correspondent, thus describes the proper method of feeding straw and roots together : The straw should be cat one and one half inches long, and a heaped teaspoonfal of salt mixed to each beast per day. The mixing pro cess should be accomplished the day before the stuff is to be used, and wa ter must be within the animal's reach. Hay for horses 6honld be cut about three-quarters of an inch long, and put into deep boxes before the animals. We prefer giving the bruised ats and a good, fresh Swiss turnip or two daily, separate from the cut hay. Either less than an ounce of salt daily is plenty for a horse. They should get an ounce of niter every Saturday night. As to the question of pulping and straw-cutting paying, a good deal will depend on the power available. If water-power" can be obtained, so much the better ; but if animal or steam power is employed, the expense of the system...

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