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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 22 January 1875

m . -I S BOLIVAR BULLETIN. It ATE S OP AIJVKUTISI5G. i PUBLISHED EVEET FIUDAT Br STJBSCREPTICXN". One Year $3 00 8lx Mouths 1 "25 Three Months 75 AH subscriptions must be paid in advance, and if ot renewed promptly at the expiration will be dis contin ucd tothe address. LATE NEWS SUMMARY. WEST. Three teams, in charge of four men, were seen crossing the ice on the 12th from the Iowa to the Nebraska side of the Missouri river, near Omaha. When about half way across, the horses, wagons and men suddenly disappeared. They immediately sunk, and were Bwept downward by the rapid current. It is supposed they roust have driven over a place from which the ice had been recently cut. and which had only frozen over lightly. Lien. J. II. Winters, who was sent out from Cheyenne with a company of troops, to survey and measure the route thence to Rod Cloud agency, reports from Fort Laramie that he was driven in there by the severity of the weather, after getting as far as old Red Cloud agency. The sn...

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. — 22 January 1875

ifllicur bulletin HUBBARD, Editor. Pledged to no party's arbitrary f wax. tVe fellow Trcth where'er the leads the war. FRIDAY, JAN. , 22 1874. KEWSPAPEB DECISION'S n nenog who tikes a caper renlarly from the Poet Ooe whether directed to die name or another, or who. her be bat subscribed or ot 1 rapomium ior vu -If a person ordera his paper discontinued he mnst pay ail arrearages, or the publisher may eontinne to send t natil payment is made, and collect the whole amotmt, whether it is taken from she offiee or not. 3. The courts haro aecided that refusal to tare news papers and periodicals from the 1'ost Office, or remorinft and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. LATEST PIIOM NASHVILLE. 13ru BALLOT. Johnson, 32, Bate, 17, Brown, Stephens, 16, Quarks, 8, Ewing 8. The Public School System. 16, It is evident from what is said by the representatives of the people, gathered at the Capitol, that much dissatisfaction with tha workings of the public Scho...

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. — 22 January 1875

m if airs. The Bulletin' office has been remov ed to the splendid rooms in the McNeal Block over J. VV. Tate and Co'a grocery Btore. We are now comfortably and conveniently located and well satisfied with oar new quarters. We are giving all our material a thorough cleaning and ehall make our apartments as attractive as possible. We are prepared to do all the printing offer ed with neatness and despatch, and at moderate 'prices. We respectfully son licit your patronage. PJGRSOIYAL. Judge Foute is a candidate for the of fice of Justice of the Peace in Memphis. We should be glad to bear of hia elec tion, as he is not only competent to fill the position but ia a clever man. II. B. nilliard, representing M. L Meacham Si Co., Memphis, called y ester-, day. We are always pleased to see him. R. P. Neely, A. T. McNeal, J. M. Richardson, W. T.Armistead, and Jesse Norment left for Nashville on Saturday evening last, to witness the animated senatorial contest during this week. W. P. Johnson the...

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. — 22 January 1875

CONGRESSIONAL. In the Senate, on the 11th, Mr. Clay ton moved that the (senate proceed to the con sideration of his resolution calling upon the secretary of war for the report of Maj. Lewis Merrill, etc. Agreed to .... At the expiration of the morning: hour. Mr. Schurz called np the resolution submitted by nim Friday, in-wl7M3t,hf-3ndiciar7committee to inquire the people of Louisiana their right of elf- u m,ntT:Tat,,! report with the least rosw ble delay. He then -ddre-eed the senate npon aT,a,rs at lenth in th presence of crowded galleries. At the close of Mr h- lZJJP?eC Mr- y'o" to amend the resolution by striking ont the concluding portion in reference to the Couxbatta troub- wanl lnrtin? th0 word"- "Relating to certain di-orders in Louisiana." Agreed to. . .V1Inon Emitted an amendment requesting the sectary of war to lay before the senate the ofucial letters, commnnioations snd reports of Gen. Emory, of the United fctates army, m reference to anv disorders in any way connected 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. — 29 January 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. 11 iTES OF ADVEBTISISO. One inch, or hrehe lino, constitute one tqunre. Ona eqnare, first insertion .............. -$ 1 0' Ech subsequent insertion 1 squa-e 1 month $ 3 60 3 months B oa 2 squares 1 month s 0) I s months.... 8 00 3 tquares 1 month 4 50 I 3 months , 10 00 4 square 1 month.... 7 00 I 3 months 1J 00 5 iqaares 1 month 10 fO I 8 months.... 14 00 6 squares 1 month 12 00 1 3 months lfi 00 13 squares 1 month 24 00 4 fl mouths 32 00 24 squares 1 month.... 4 00 3 month 64 CO (There are 24 squares in each column.) One column, one year - Half column, ont year..... 11 Quarter column, one year.. C( Announcements. Announcing the name cf a person fcr a Conntv office. $5 ; State cilice, 110 ; Fedra! ofilce, $15. invariably in 'advance. Riligioi B, Marriage, Birth and D-ath Notices re. licited, and will be willingly inserted free of chsrre Obituaries, Masonic and oilier society Notices of deaths, etc., will be charged ten cents per line. rCBLISHED JTVEBY PKICAT liY S...

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. — 29 January 1875

J. II. HUBDARD, . . . P:d!tor. PUdcd to o tins' arbitrary iwftr, Wt follsw Tbcth where'er aha leadi the way. FRIDAY, JAN. 29, 1874. """" HEWSPAPEB DECISIONS A petB who take ft paper regnlarly from the ' Pee OlBee whether directed to hit un or another, er he -her be haj oberied or ot la respoaaible for the If trtrni order hie paper dieeontinaed he mnst ir'all arrearajree.or the pablieher may Kontinoetoaead ' aatll paymieot ie made, and eollset the hole amount, ehother it i takeo from the oe or not. t. The court bare decided that refusal to Ueewi air ana periodioftle from the Port Office, or remoTiog aad laavlng them uncalled fur.ia prima facie evidence of iBteational fraud. When radical supremacy comes in at the door peaoa and prosperity goes out at the window. South Carolina. " When federal bayonets usurp the place of the popular will, stagnation takaa the place of trade and discontent comes upon the people. New Orleans. When radicals hold the reins of local government, corrupt ring...

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. — 29 January 1875

IMfairs. pcnsos.it. The many friends of ilrs. L. A. C. NeUoo, consort of our friend Dr. James Nelson, will doubtless be pleased to hear of her expected return home next week. Mrs. N. has been stopping at her father-in-law's resuming her Btudies in portrait painting with her old preceptor, Mr. - Schussele, in Philadelphia. The Dr. already wears a bright smile. "Bert" Lawhorn, has been on a visit to iiis old stamping ground hereabouts, lie lives in Lake countj and thinks that is the garden spot of creation, as the people there produce the longest ears of corn and raise the finest bogs in the State. II. C. Wood oi Florence Ala. called on Monday. lie is representing the well known house of Brooks, Neely & Co. Memphis. An acquaintance of many years with Mr. Wood enables us to say that he is a thorough business man and that we should be pleased to see him build Up a good trade in this section. On Tuesday evening two of the 1. G's of T. called to see our devil, but alas for human expec...

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. — 29 January 1875

CONGRESSIONAL. In the Senate, oa the 15th, the un finished business, being the resolution of Mr. fichurz, instructing the judiciary committe to inquire what legislation by congress ia neces sary to secure to the people of Louisiana their rights of self-government nnder the consti tution, and report -with the lea-it possible Helay by bill or otherwise, was resumed, rher. Mr. Tipton, of Nebraska, concluded his argu ment begun yesterday. Aft er executive session, a recess was taken till 7:30 p. m. Upon re as peinbling only fourteen eenatros were present, and the senate adjourned. Ia the Elotise, on the 15th, Mr. G. F. Hoar, from the select committee on outrages in the southern states, presented the report of the sub-committee which had been to New Orleans, and stated at the same time that the committee had to proceed forthwith to the state of Louisiana to continue the investiga tion. J. ;ie report was oraored to be printed. but not read Mr. Dawes again brought before the house the habe...

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. — 5 February 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN! . RA.TKS OF ADVERTISISO. fine inch, or ftcehe line, constitute one iquare. One aquare, first Insertion $ 1 00 Each subsequent insertion SO 1 square 1 month $ 2 BO i 3 months 6 00 2 squares 1 month.... 3 0-1 1 months 8 00 8 iqnarea 1 month . 4 60 3 months 10 00 4 squares 1 month.... 7 (-0 I 3 months.... 13 00 5 rqoarea 1 month 10 CQ I 3 months 14 00 (quarts 1 motto 12 00 3 months. ... 36 00 12 tqaares 1 month 24 00 I 3 months 32 00 24 squares 1 month 43 00 3 month..... 64 00 (There are 24 squares in each colamc.) One column, one year $300 Half column. on year.. ..... 110 Quarter column, one year CO Announcements. Announcing the name of a person for a Connty cfllce, $3 ; State office, $10 ; Federal office, (15. Invariably Id advance. Iteligiova, Marriage, Birth and Death Noticea so licited, and will be wiiiingly inserted free of charge. Obituaries, Masonic and other society Notices of deaths, etc., ill be charged ten cents per line. ft: TCBI.ISHED EVEBT FKIPAT BY i 1...

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 February 1875

tin v.' J. M. HUBBARD. Editor. Pledced ta &o partj's arbitrary ewtr, V 'allow Tbctii whcre"er ehe leade the kit. FEIDAY, FEB 5 1874. KEWSPAPER DECISIONS A t peraoa wh take a aper regularly froia the P vn t OHle. whether direoted Ui Wia aami) or another, or whe her be bee jubacribetl ur not ie lespousible fortbe i III pero order. hi paper aiaroiitinaed he mint 1 all arrearagea.or the pwblUher miiy nttneeto e.ml i enri! payment ia wade, end wiled the whole amount? aether it Is takes frm the nfhe or not. ?. The eourta have decided tliat refusal to taVe neva aapra ami perlodicala from the Port Uthco. or removinr end leaviar theta uncalled for, ia prima facie evidence of mteatioaal fraad. School Law Again. We u n4c rata noV thai many of the mem bers of the Legislature are very mtrch disposed to resist any amendments what- ever to the Public ScnOol Law. That there ought to oe Sofee cfcangea made, wt tfcinfc we hate shown very clearly In pretious fnSffes of fhe bulletin. We cat, howeve...

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 February 1875

11' ft airs. . II. M.' ToJk and D.J. Newbern. reach ed home lt Friday, the L.-isUture hating adjourned over till Wednesday . Both of these gentlemen ure too unwell to retara to Xashvill fur the present . V". Orov of iStrU has been spend injr, a few daja in this vicinit. lie epeaki encouragingly of bis prospect in his new home and thinks he will do well in- the future, lie deeerve sue CffS. It hat been augmented to u by an old farmer that owing to the great scarcity of feed for plow stock andoths er difficulties wLicb will beset the far in era in making a crop this year, they will 8nd it greatly to their advantage to list off their cotton lands with trans verse furrows ten feet apart and plant corn in the crossings. No additional la bor will be .required to cultivate the Und and the little harm done to the cotton crop will be more than made up Wy the production of corn. We ura not an adept at farming but throw out this ugtion to our tinners Our inform ant has tried it nnd oavs th-U i...

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 February 1875

S CONGRESSIONAL. In the Senate, on the 2'Ah, the chair laid before the senate a letter from the secretary of war, in answer to a resolution of the 11th innt., transmitting copies in relation to certain disorders in the state of Louisiana. Ordered printed and referred to the committee on privileges and elections A large nnmber of petitions were presented for the repeal of the net of 1872, relieving certain foreign products of ten per cent, duty and against the restoration of the duty on tea and coffee. Referred The bill for the relief of the snrvivors of the Polaris was paReed....Mr. Itoberteon presented a joint resolution of the wontn Carolina jepniatore asking an appro priation of $ 100,000 to deepen the harbor of Charleston. Kef erred.... Mr. Morrill, of ermont, introduced a Mil to establish an edu cation rnna, ana apply a portion or the pro ceeds or tne pnDiic lanas to public education,, and to provide for the more complete endow ment and support of national colleges for the adva...

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 February 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. 1UBLJSUED EVEIiY FMDAY HY SUBSCRIPTION. One Year . eg oo 8.x Montln 1 23 Three Month n jg All subscriptions must be paid in advance, and if not renewed promptly at the expiration will be dis contiu ued totbe address. LATE NEWS SUMMARY. EAST. mi i m l Aue conBiuuuonai commission in Maine ban, by a vote of six. to two, defeated the prop isition to amend the constitution so women, can be electors under the same regula tions and restrictions an men. Owing to 1be want of proper eanitary precaution, diptheria is spreading with alarm ing rapidity in New York. Several eminent doctois have issued a protest against the ill ventilated schools and filthy street cars which, it is claimed, are the great diaaerrJDators of tliia fatal disease. WEST. Fifteen hundred miners in the Brazil neincx in inaiana, are on a stnio samst a redaction of wages. SOUTH. Archibald Williams has been appoint ed store-keeper of internal revenue of the first difatrict of Tennessee. One hundred and fift...

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 February 1875

tloiicar Bulletin J M. IHJKBAKI), . . . Edit. k. FleJged to no party's arbitrary (war. Wa flluw Ta.eTU whcrs'er ahe loads tha way. FRIDAY, FEB 12. 1874. NEWSPAPER DECISIONS Aut parson wliu taars a paper ret-ularly from the Powt Oflo whether directed u ha name or another, or whtt bur b haa aubaeribed or not it respocaible fur tbe pr s . If a ponoo ordere hia paper diacontinned he must arrearages, or the publisher may wmtinue to .od suumI pjymeot is mcdc. aad collect the wbole ninoni.t. a-ftetter it is t&keu ftoni tlifc offwe or not. .''Th& c-iupt. have decided that refiiHul to taVe new- papera ani i-eriudicals from the Prst (lli.ee. or reuoviu? aad Livim them uacalled for, ia prims facie evidence of atouttjail fraud. l i f t ', THE CIVIL RIGET3 BILL. The passne or tho Civil Rights Bill in the lower house of Congress by a vote of 162 to 100 will not surprise the peo ple of the South. The Kadicalp, beaN en in November by the popular will of the people, have become desperate, an...

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 February 1875

J Off ocal fi airs. Ciiurcli Directorv. t. Jaiaes'Church, Eoiivar, Tenn rcrtlKt e overv HnaHf fend on the Holy Days by the HfcirroR w c. c.kay. T""- Uar for nrnins: Hnniiny 6thool la A o'clock am M rntuc -nervioe on anrfaya irj a,vr.in- 8cttio on hnudavs. ..... 8 do r M B Ht ty Dave 7).a a m and 4, do t-emctJ t ice nrh dny dnrt.if Lent. From 9 to 12 A M and fr ,m V to 111 P M. the Hector etui be foiled io hi study at the rear of the Church. 0m' 'i'he seats at Uiis Church are ALL FliLE. Presbyterian Church Xtev. UIOKUE KOMMlCY PaSTO. Hnnimy Prhn.il .. . a M her lee fur the ChlMren eneb 2d Babi.ath At ....A r H PraVer Sleeting- en Tharedev. at ..7K no f.rvieas.very Hut-bath, at lo) A M. and 7 P M bum ail i KEJt. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Rev. D n.CISKEN, Pastor tserrlo. every Sabbath at In1., a. m. and 6)4 p. Prsver Meeting every Friday night. Sooiiy bvhool at V v'olock. a, x. Hethcdist Church. KerTlei every Snhbth, at A. M. and' 7PM by the Kev' W M PA ! TKliSON. SABBATH SCHOOL-a...

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 February 1875

CONGRESSIONAL. In the Senate, on the 1st., Mr. LiOgan presentad the resolutions of the board of trade of Chicago in reference to the bill re cently introduced for an appropriation to establi.-h. a mint at Chicago, and now be fore he committee on finance. Ilef erred .... Mr. Pratt presented the joint resolutions of the Indiana legislature in favor of the passage of the lull granting a pension to the surviv ing eold ers and eailorn of the war with Mexi co. Ordered printed and to he on the tal le. Tie ient to the clerk's det-k and had read a letter from the commipeioner of pensions, stating that the number of survivors was esti mated at 33.601, and the number of widows of soldiers and sailors about 12.000 Mr. Sher man called up house bill to amend thena ional bank act and fixing the compensation of na tional bank examiners, reported from the finance committee last week with amend . merit, winch were agreed to and the: bill taraed.' The amendments of tho house to senate bill to provide ...

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 February 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. ' KATES OF ADVEKTItWO. One inch, or tiee'vc line, constitute one tqvare. One square, first insertion .. f l 01 TT" Etch anbseq-ient insertion. GO PUBLISHED EVEUY FR1PAY BY 1 square 1 month $ 2 AO I 2 squares 1 month.... 3 01 I I 3 month 00 8 00 10 OO 12 00 14 OO i5 oo 32 00 moctbs.... 3 eqnares 1 month ,. 4 50 I 4 square 1 month 7 tO ' 6 rqnares 1 month 10 8 I C squares 1 roontti. . ..- 12 X) I 12 squares 1 Eionth.... 24 00 I 24 squares 1 niorith 43 00 I 3 months... -A 3 months I 3 months. ... I 3 mnntbw. ... 3 months,... 3 months Ct 00 sxiQScrjii?xior. . One Year 'i OO K-x Month 1 S Tfares Months.-. 75 All aubscriptlona nraat be paid in advance, 'and if not renewed promptly at the expiration will be dis cootin lied iotli address. v " (mere are -i squares in cacti coiuicn.) One column, oce year $2O0 Half column, one year J. 110 Quarter column, rue year .". . 60 AsNorxcE?jrrsTs. Acftoiin-ind tb Eame of a person. for a County ftKce.. $5 ; State office, $10;' Federal ...

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 February 1875

J M. HDBBAHD. I-.,,,, r.DlTR. Pl4(e4 l bo Tinj'm arbitrary away. W. fallow TPTH wbara'ar aha laada tha wy FRIDAY, FEB 19 1874 RrWSPAPEE DECISIONS A ay peraaa who takaaa papor rtplwl; from tha Pact 0o waathar diractad to kia mm or another, or wha aaraa baa laaaaribaa or aot ia raapauaibla for tha aar t .If aparaoa araara ana aapar diacaatlaaa' ha mnat jhf all arraaragaa, ar tba paaliahar nay mntiaaata aaai aattl aarmaat la anada. aad collect tha wbola unit. aathar it ia takaa from tha offtaa or ant. . Tba eoarta hTa dacidad that rafaaal to taVa aaara- taparaaad pariodteala from aba poat OAaa, arraaaavin a a laavina than aaaaUad fur. la prima facta aaidaaaa '.5 ataatioaalfraad. Superintendent Fleming, in his Re port, suggests that if the appointees to East Tennessee University from the sev eral counties were selected from the public schools according to the proficient cy of the pupils, the Agricultural College would be supplied with a better or more ptomising class of students and 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. — 19 February 1875

Cliurcli Birectorv- St Jamea'ChtircIi. Bolivar. Term raretea M arv Scalar and h Holy Days ty the BtCToK W C. OKAY. To baar t-r t" 8eoday Schawl I dJio'eloekAet Alanine; ario BBetay... lOSt treat o 8rvlaa Sunday. ... Hcly Day.: - . .....7H A aaa X rWrTloe tw( ah y dan Lent. fnn i u It A M and frjm 7 10 P M. the Beetor t (oasd Im IU (tody it th tear of the Charch. 'Presbyterian Church. R. GEOBGS fcUMMKT Pastob. Sea4LT School Bert-tea for th Children h 24 Sabbath at . Prar.r Me. tins am Thareday. at X A M .4 r m terrl everr Hbbth, a vifo A M.aad 74 P M H ao Cuzxfcerland Presbyterian Church Rer. D. H.GKrEN, Paater flarrW every Sabbath at MX a k. aaa C . m. ' Prayer Meetlaf vrT Friday eight, thusd Saol at t e'aloek. a. at. Hethodist Church. BottU btt Saabatti. at 10 A. M. aad 7PM fct.e He W M PATTF.KSON. SABBATH SCHOOL at A. M. Siafiaa for Sabbath School Hebolarsevory Saadey ta at IH o'aleak. Prayer Meeting every Wednea day nitt. Choir taaatinc avarjr Fri.lay airbt. Reulr Oiarab aatiag f...

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 February 1875

4 MY BABY. 0 habv, my baby, my darling ! As I poniir my newly-wnu bliss, Jis I bask in tliy beautiful being. And kiss thee with kiss npon kiss, 1 wonder bow earth nnvstu:harined nwy - How ita joys to tee seemed so divine ; Those J.-y I now measure a human, 8in.ee this one I know is divine. 0 baby, my cherub, my darlinff ! Whose " coo" ia the sweetest of things ; 1 wonder if ever such mnsic, S- perfect, was born without wings ; And I trernbl with rapture to lintan, Ho dread I the pinions au, rno ! B Jt no ! the Rood God 18 no mocker, And he gave thee, aweot baby, to me. O baby, my queen and my darling! Thou rulent and hftett me ao, ExiUIdr my soul to the highest, iod save thee thy sceptre, I know ; From his throne to the uppermost heavens Thou hast come to our borne like a Mar, And the liRht of it lea. kith me upward And onward as leadeth a star. O baby, my baby, my darling ! yuefu. chernb. and star I Lion eh thou be, No sign to express thee seema worthy, When tbou art all sweetness ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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