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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 2 April 1875

V V BOLIVAR BULLETIN. TUBIJSHED EVF.RY FRIDAY BY SXJBSCIirPXION-. MC y $ 00 Six Months j g5 Three Mouths " r All subscriptions must be paid in advance, and If not renewed promptly at the expiration will be di contm tied tothe address. TIMELY TOPICS. Trm pith of the destructive tornado that swept some parts of Georgia and Souh Carolina last week was three hun dred to six hundred yards wide. The clyclone was cylindrical in shape and of fearful velocity from north to south. The front cloud was as black as night and half a mile high. The rear was illuminated by a bright light. Ifc trav eled nearly due east, veering a little to the north. After devastating Camak, the tornado seems to have divided, one portion going east by north, and cross ing the Savannah river, above and be low Augusta, both proving equally de structive, laying waste everything in its trcck. Huge trees were broken like reeds, and in gome cases the torna do was preceded by a dull, lieavy roar ing, a? of heavy artillery ...

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 April 1875

I Bolii'ar Bulletin J M. HUBHAKD, EdITdK Pladged to no party'n arbitrary war. V fallow Thctii where'er the leads the ar. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1875. NEWSPAPER DECISIONS Any person who takes a parer ruar1y from the Pout Offlce whether directed to Ins narae or another, or wha .her he haa subscribed or not is responsible fur the pay If a person orders hia paper disrontmand he mnst , if arrearages, or the publisher may continue to p tad I until payment is made, and collect the m hole imount, a-hether it is taken from t!ie olfie or not. .. The courts haro decided that refusal to taVe news papers and periodicals from the Font Office, orremovinc; and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of ntentional fraud. VALEDICTORY. .With this issue I retire from the edi toriul management of the Holivar I5l"L Letix. For the past fifteen months .1 have labored assiduously to discharge my duty to four readers, patrons and the general public. How well I have come up to that duty, I leave with 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. — 2 April 1875

7 f sat M airs. Church Directory- St. James'CIiurch, Bolivar. Tenn lerricet on ererir Sander and ' a the Holy Day hy the ............ .u, is 2 ciiick am Evening fcTrioe on Suudays. " s -to p m ''ry - A M and 4 .i do Servieea twiee eaeh dav during Lent. : From s to 12 A M arid from 7 to 10 P M . tl.e IP-dor earn e fnand in his atudy at the rear of th.- f'hnrrh. The seat of tint Churcfc are ALL FKKK. Presbyterian Church K. GKOUGK KCMMKY Pastor. Haaday Hehool M1 a m r-ervices for the Children eaeh 2d Sabbath at 4 p Prayer Meeting on Thursdays, at 7 do Services every Sabbath, at !ul, A M.end 7'i P M Meets ail FUEK. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Ker. D. II. tiltKKN, Pastor. 8errioe every ahbath at 10'3 a- m. and 6 p. tn. Prayer Meeting ererv Friday night. Sunday School at 9 o'clock. A. M. Methodist Church. tierTieee erery Sabbath, at WJ A. 51. and 7 P 5! by the R. W M PATTEUSON. SABBATH KUHOOL at A. M. fting-int; for rjaKtiath School Schotaraevcry Sunday eve ning at 2! o'clock. Prayer M...

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 April 1875

OTJE VILLAGE. Along the old accustomed paths with musing Bteps we go, The green trees arch above our heads, and every branch we know ; The meadow has ita tale for us, the lane its etoried hour, Companions in each he3ge we hail, a friend in every flower. The headstones by the grassy graves bear old fa miliar names, Each, as w plance them id;y o'er, its flaah of mem ory claims. There, a sweet touch of pathos wakes ; here, loving iauuir lens. On some n,"aint long-recorded trait, the roused re membrance dwells. The little child that gazes up, with wide blue wibt- iui eyes, unconscious of what charm for us in their soft luster lies. will answer with her mother's smile, or in her father's voice. And in the accent to whose ring our hearts can still rejoice. Tins cottage doors are Ehut that ne'er cl sed to our steps of yore. Beide the evening hearth they talk of us and ours no mora. Oh sad, and xtranee, and hard it stems, tfcere are so few to greet, As slow and silently we trace the winding...

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 April 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. . RATES OF ADYE11TIS1SO. One iaeh, one insertion il 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY H. WI. POLK &, CO. o a 12 50 20 0 25 00 35 00 CO 01 1 100 no 1 Inch... I 2 Inches. M Inches.! ' Col... Ij col... 1 column! 00 : 00; 5 OOit 8 0 I 8 00' 12 50 10 00! 17 001 15 OOj 22 50: 4 00 6 Of 10 00 15 00 '25 00 H C0 12 50, 20 CO 35 00! SUHSCIHITION: One Year. ou Klx Month 1;45 Three Jtlontlis 75 Subscriptions must be paid in advance. 25 00 45 00! :!5 00; r,o oo Anmu'Scemlmh. announcing ihe name ot a person for a County Otnce, $5; Stale flice, 10; Federal cilice, $!.. Invariably in advance. lleligious, Marriage, Birth and Death notices so licited, and will le willKigly inserted free of charge. Obituaries, Masonic aud other society notices of deiths, etc., wil be charred ten cents per line. VOL. X. BOLIVAR, HARDEMAN CO., TENNESSEE, APRIL 9, 1S75. NO. 34. BOLIVAR BULLETIN V 7 ? TIMELY TOPICS. A pool for estimates of the cotton crop now marketing was clo...

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 April 1875

Balluar Bulletin! LI. II. POLK, M. T. POLK. Ei.iT'.r. Plsclf id to bo party's arbitrary ist. We fallow TaCTH where'er sne leads the war. FRIDAY, APEIL 9 1875. NEWSPAPER DECISIONS Any person who takes a paper refralarlv from th Post Ortioe whether directed to hie name or another, or who. her he has subscribed or not ifl responsible for the If a person orders his paper discontinued he most iVell arrearages, or the publisher may oentinneto send 't oneil payment is made, and collect the whole amount, whether it is taken from the olfiie or not. The courts hare decided that refanal to take news papers and periodicals from the 1'ost Office, or removins; and learinn them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of ntentional fraud. THE ARMY WORKING IN THE TRACES OF PARTY. The people on the frontiers of Texas are euffering all the horrors of an invad- 1 ed and unprotected community: The in flictions from irresponsible and lawless robbers is even more to be dreaded than the invasions of a regula...

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 April 1875

o$, gjifatrs. Cliurcli Directory. St. James'Churcb.. Bolivar, Teun nsr? ies on forv SuurtT and on the Holy Day by the RE(T((K W U. liKAY. T hoor for or"'"!? Sunday ScUooi is o'clock ax Morning Service on Sundays .. 10, knin- Service on Sunday!. ........... 8 do p M llcly Days 7 a M and 4 do Hervioea twice each day daring Lent. From 9 to 12 A M and fr.m 7 to 10 P M. the Rector earn found tn hit study at the rear of the Church. The laata or this churcn are ALL. 1 Presbyterian Church. R. OEOKGB SCMMKY Pastor. Mnndsy School a frvices for the Children each 2d Sabbath at......4 p M Prayer Meeting on Thursdays, at "X do Services everv Sabbath, at IUS A M and 7 P M SeaU all FREE. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Rer. I M.GRKEM. Pastor pVerrlca every Sabbath at in a. m. and 6a D. m. Prayer Meeting every Friday night. Sunday School at 9 o'clock, a. m. Methodist Church. Service, every Sabbath, at 10 . M. and 7PM by the Kev. W M PATTERSON. SABBATH SCHOOL at w$ A. M. Ringing for Sabbath School Sch...

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 April 1875

MY LITTLE LABORER. A tiny man, with Angers soft and tender, Ai any ladyV fair ; 8weet eyea of blue, a form both frail and Blender, And cnrls of aminy hair ; A household tny, & iraile thing of beauty Yet with earh rising run Begins his round of toil a solemn duty That must be c'aily done. Tc-day he's building castle, house and tower, With wondrous art and skill ; Or labors with bis hammer bv the hour, With strong, determined will. Anon, with little lcad-vl rart he's plying A brisk and driving trade ; Again, with thoughtful, earnest brow is trying Bo rue book's dark lore to read. Now, laden like some little beast of burden, He drags himself along; And now his lordly little voice is heard in iJoihttroiiB shout and song ; Another hour la Hptnt in buy toiling, With hoop, and top, and ball, And with a patience that is never-failing, lie tries ana conquers all. But sleep at last o'ertakes my little rover, And (in Lis mother's breaat. Toys thrown i ode, the da' hard labor ovfr, lie fcin...

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 April 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One inch, one insertion S 10 Each subsenuent insertion 50 i to ' T 1 r i; o a i r: s t r: 5 5 ! o i o c 0 if 2 I a ! 5 ! 2 a -H 1 9 i OS 1 3 O 1 Inch... 2 Od' 4 00 5 00' 8 (' 12 50 2 Inches. 4 00! fi W' 8 PO; 12 50, 2D 00 3 Inchos. 6 00 8 f 0 10 00i 17 W 23 00 .V col... 10 00 12 50; 15 00 j 22 50 35 0rt K col... 15 00 20 0d 25 00 1 35 00 00 ('0 1 column 25 00 ; 35 00! 45 001 60 00 100 Op JVA PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY H. M. POLK & CO. SUBSCEIPTION: en Ve.r $ OO Six Month 1.25 Three Month., 75 - Subscriptions mufit to paid ia advance. AsNOcscF.MP.vrs. Announcing the name of a person for a County Oil ice, $5; State cflice, flO; Federal office, $15. Invariably in advance. Ileligious, Marriage, Birth and Death notices so licited, and will be willingly inserted free of charge. Obituaries, Masonic aud other society notices of deaths, etc., will be charted ten cents per line. VOL. X. BOLIVAR, HARDEMAN CO., TENNESSEE, APRIL 1G, 1875. NO. 35. Jo U J...

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 April 1875

tiietnt O. M. POLK, M. T. POLK, Editors. PXvif.i to no party'B arbitrary i;y. We f!low 'J'BCTir where'er Eho 1 eadf the way. FRIDAY, APRIL 1G 1875. NEWSPAPER DECISIONS! Any person who t:iKa pfir r-Ti'sr!y from the Ppt Offle whether iirpetel to his nam or another, or wh4 her he has tni8cr.ted or nt is rcspontihle for the j If a perr.n ord-sro his rM,pr uncrmCnueil h must . i,f 1 1 arreftriKTt'B. or the puL fisher may continue to f n i C until payment ianiadf.an-ifillect the w hole amount, whether it is taken from the (dTie or not. ?. The rourt.i hare Hfci'ied that r'fu-iil to taVenews Drrancl periodicals from the 1'ost Ofttce. or rensnviKjr and lpiving- them uncallei for, is prima facie evideuce of ntentional fraud. AGRICULTURE, TILLAGE HUS BANDRY. The resurrection of Nature, now tak ing place, from the cold embraces of wintry death; the bursting of buds, the enfolding of flowers, loading the enrap tured breeze) with perfumes of lovingly bestowed odors ; the cultivated farmer's cheer...

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 April 1875

V. v j rV 0 atrs. Churcli Dircctorv. St. James'Caureh. Bolivar, Tenn. ries on Try Simmy and on the ll!y Dave 1 y the HE('T(K V U. OKAY. T hour fir openinr Sunday Sul.txil is Alt o'clock am Mnraing Service on Sundays ... 10', bwvening Service on Sundays h do p m s Holy Hays 7i A M nd 4'i do Sorviees twice each day during Lent, from 9 to 12 A M and frim 7 to 10 P M. tl.e liectnr aft ba found in his study at the rear of the Church. The seat oi this unurch are ALL Ml l-.K. Presbyterian Church. Kt. UKOK'JK SI M SI K Y I'as-tor. Ffrnday School - sl a m Services for the Children e&eli 2d SaLLatii at 4 P I frayar Sleeting on Thursdays, at 7! do tterviees every Ssbbath, at loi-i A SI. and 7,Ja P M Heats all KltEK. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Rev. n. Il.r.ltKKX, Pastor "erio every Sabbath at in), a. m. and O'j p. m. frayer Meeting every Friday oif?ht. Sunday School at 9 (.'clock, A. M. Methodist Church. ., S"rie everr Sabbath, at A. M. and 7 V SI iy the Kev. W M I'ATTKItSON. M A B BATU...

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 April 1875

MONSOOR PACHA. BT OEORGE H. BOWKF.n. Monsoor Pacha, it is pleasant to tret H-re, iu the heart of tiie treacherous town iTrP lH T'eril s"irihip a cheat. More fa.se to the touch than a rose overblown with a bouI that is true to itao'.f, as your owp. Mmsoor Pacha, an two eentlemen mav, Civilized, city-bred, lia we our Lands; Now from the town to the desert away 1 Oars is a friendship whose pjurit demands. The scoiie of the eky and the stretch of the sands. Slmaoor Picha, doff yonr courtier's srarb ; We have given to courtesy ail of its dues ; Spring to your throne on the back of your barb, Slake to the breezes your rea! humous, and Wave your lance-sceptre wherever you choose ! Monaoor, my chief! ah, I know you at length Kiiiff of the desert, your children are come To cluster, like sheep, in the shade of your strength, Or to strike, like youna; lions, for country and home, When yoar eye3 are ab!az at the roll of tie dram ! Monsoor, my chief ! now one gallop to see The land that you have...

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 April 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN' RJL TES OF AD VEli TISIX - Oae inch, one insertion ? ln( Each subsequent insertion 50 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY H. WI. POLK & CO. c o o a a 1 Inch... 2 Inches. 3 In chef. V col... ' col... BOLIVAR of ID U il 11 Iru JL 1 JA 'fTW r? 4 (X!5 5 Of y80T 12 4 Oi ft 001 8 Of 12 5f 20 f, 0) S 00! 10 00 17 00 25 10 00 12 50 15 00 22 50 j 35 15 00 1 20 0(); 25 00 35 00' CO 25 001 35 00 45 00 60 00 100 SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $8.00 Six fflontha... 1.543 Three Month ; 75 Subscriptions must be paid in advance. AsNfirscEMRSTs. Announcing the Dame of a person for a Connty Office. : State rfhce, f'.O; ieoerat c ftl oe $15. Invariably in advance. Religions, Marriage, Kirth tnd r-alh notices so licited, and will be wiilinely inserted free of charge. Obituaries, Masomc and other society notices cf death, etc., wi!l be charted ten cent jer line. VOL. X. BOLIVAR, HARDEMAN CO., TENNESSEE, APRIL 23, 1S75. NO. 36. TIMELY TOPICS. The health of Key West is reported by the health officer ...

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 April 1875

Bottom Bulletin II. M. FOLK, Editors. M. T. TOLK Pladfid to no party's arbitrary ivir, W s fellow Tbcth where'er she leads then ay. PSIDAY, APRIL 23 1875. DECISIONS Amy pernor, who talcei paper rejrulariy from the Post Ofilc whether directed t" is name or another, or whe her be ha subscribed or not is responsible for the s If a person orders hia paper discontinued he mutt . ial I arrearages, or the publisher may rontinoeto send nmtil payment ii made, and collect the w hole amount, Whether it is taken from the office or not. P. The court have decided that refusal to tare newe nfi and periodical! from the Post Office, or remoTinjc and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie eridence of mtentional fraad. AGRICULTURE, TILLAGE HUS BANDRY. cONTINCfcD Viehi rg to confer etill further witb or farmers upon the above important subjects, we ap:aia call their attention to the inevitable results of our present de structive mode of tillage. Deeply impressed with the destruction threatening 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. — 23 April 1875

iopl SUftairs. Church. Directory. St. James' Cuurch.Bolivar.Tenn. Pvrvlee on ry Handy au4 on the Holy Days by the B ECTOR W C. (JBAV. Tk tionr for opanlng Sunday School ia i)i o'clock aw Morning SarTiee on Sundays ln'J tTcninir SarTiee on Soadayf. ...... 8 do F ' Holy D7 .. ,....7; A if and i do 6ervlei twiea aaen day daring Lent. From to II A M and from 7 to 10 P M. the Rector can be fonnd la hie atndy at the rear of the Chnrcli. tfT Tbeaeateefthie Church are ALL FBEE. Presbyterian Church Be. GF.ORGK SCSI MKT Pabtor. Bandar School "H PerTicea for the Children each M Sabbath at 4 r M Prayer Meetlnc on Tharadaya. at do Bervicea arerT SMath,et lni A M.and 7i P M Seata all TREE. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Bt. W. M. NO R ME ST, Paskor. Rorrieeaon the inl and 4th Sunday Of ererr month at 10 A M.and V4 T.v. Praer metin, every Krl day nijht. Snaday school at 9 oV1"ek a. Methodist Church. BerTloee Mrr SaUifi. at W A. M. and 7PM by the R.r. W M PATTERSON- K R B A T H SCHOOL at A. M. Sinr...

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 April 1875

A TIMELY SHOT. BY P.OOER STAItBUCff. In the year 1810, the English bloop-of-war Cinton, after cruising success, fully against the vessels of the French lay anchored off Calcutta. Soon after the anchor was down, a flue voting sailor, named Henry Mel ton, a man of rcfineraent aud education, who, however, had shipped an a fore mast Land, made application to the captain for permission to go nhore to visit his old mother, who, anticipating the vessel's airival at her present port, had sailed in a tradircr-vtsKel all the way from England to Calcutta for the sake of seeing her eon. Too ill to go aboard the Eloop, she had sent word to Henry of her arrival, begging him to come to her. Old Copt. Knowles, of the vessel, was a strict disciplinarian. Although hi beautiful daughter Sylvetn, a girl of eighteen, who had joined her father at a Spanish port, where eho had been staying with her brother, besought her stern parent to grant the sailor's re quest, yet it was decidedly ref ased. The conseq...

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. — 30 April 1875

It A TES OF Ah VER TISIS d. Oue inch, one insertion Each subsequent insertion $ 100 50 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY H. rva. POLK 6c CO, o a c c rToo' 6 00 8 ro 12 50 20 00 35 00 O a c c s 5 i 12 "ro 20 (H 25 00 35 00 oil 00 loo oo 1 Inch... 2 Inches. 3 Inches. V col... U col... 1 column f 2 IX r; 4 Of I fi 0(1 10 00 15 00,' 25 00 5 001$ 8 00 8 00 12 50 10 00 15 00 25 00 45 00! 17 00 22 50 35 00 CO 00 SUBSCRIPTION : One Ver. $3 OO Six Month 1.J45 Three Months 75 Subscriptions must be paid ia advance. Announcements. Announcing the name of a person for a Connty Office, $5; State crhce, $10; Federal office. Invariably in advance. Religious, Marriage, Birth and Death notices so licited, and will be willingly inserted free of charge. Obitnaries, Masonic and other society notices of deaths, etc., will be charted ten cents per line. VOL. X. BOLIVAR, HARDEMAN CO., TENNESSEE, APRIL 30, 1S75. NO. 37. BOLIVAR BULLETIN. B O L IV AIR iLJ LJ 11 An A liM JL A Is TIMELY TOPICS. A dangerous counterfeit ...

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. — 30 April 1875

SoHrar Bulletin U. M. POLK, M. T. POLK' ! EtrroRS PUrifed to Hpirtr'f rb!trary a war. "7. fellow Troth where'er'ehe !e4i Iht way. FRIDAY, APRIL 30 1875. NEWSPAPER DECISIONS At pereon wi.o takeaa paper regularly Trem the Peat lee whether directed to eie name or another, or wht her he has tiihscr-bea or. aot ie responeihle for the my . .. v.. a; i v I f a perFoe t .trail rrrarAjri.tr the pnblieher tna'y continue to send I natil payment ie mad, and "l!eet the whole le tm'nnt. ernether it if taken from the filDee or not t. The eoarte hare decidnl that refusal to tare wi 'aperaand periodical from tUe j'oet Office, or removing and leeTine; them nncalled fur, ia prima facie endenee of ktentioual fraud. The Mecklenburg Centennial. Celebration of the Declaration of In dependence, May 20ih 1775. We regret to see the Knoxtjlle Pres and Herald, from untenable ground, (probably from not having the facts fully before it,) doubts the propriety of the official action taken to participate in -commem...

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. — 30 April 1875

Local isrorios. LiU.il I.'. liiW (ULE&KS CARLS HOME ADVERTISEMENTS. air; Chut oh, -Directory. St.Ja:a3' Church.Bolivar.Tean. darTlee. on every Sunday and on the Holy Pay the UECToK W t H1UV. T boar tor opening Sunday School U Si. o'elotk am Morning SerTic. on Sunday. ,,,, wjf laelair Serrica o Snnday..... 8 do r if Ilfly Pay. ,.7 4 M ami 4lo rle twis eek day dnnng Lent. Tfwa to 12 A M and frra 7 to 10 P M. th Rretnr round 4a hi. atndr at th rear of the Chtireh. tOf Tneaaallof thi.Chnreh are ALL FBETC. v.. ' Presbyterian Church IU. firtlliJt SCMMKY Pma. fVead.jr ehai '........,. .... u ...S A M P-arrlee. for tne' ITitld rei enh 2d Sabhath at 4 M Prdyar.Vaotfnc Thnnwiaye. at ......... ....."! do arlae.a.rv R.V.natn.at 10. A M.and 7'i P M tata'all FRKK." - Camberland Presbyterian Church Ttr. W. M. NOR VENT. Faror rTloi nn Hi. 1n and rh Said ny. of eTerr month 10 a . w.'nnd r.w. Prarer me.tint frr Krl day ij;ht. rwadT e-9heo1 at 9 o'clock am. ., Methodist Church. TTleea otoct Ssho'x...

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. — 30 April 1875

Failed to Materialize. How the 'ew Jemaalem Did Not Put 111 an. Appearance at Chicago aa Kipected. Ciiicago Tribune, April 20. The Adventists did not wear a par ticularly jnbilant look yesterday, al though still continuing in tho faith. Elder Thurmau has been uneasy for a couple of days past. According to his reckoning, the battle of Armageddon should have begun before this. He expected fighting to begin on the 15th inst., and has been troubled at the ob stinately peaceful condition of affairs. And then, again, Matthew xxiv : 30, says : And then shall appear the sign of the Son of Man in heaven ; and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn. They have been somewhat troubled about the delay in appearance of that sign, and considerable nervousness and anxiety was manifest in their manner. Bat if they were a little nervous for fear tliat after all it might not be, there were a great many more who were nervous for fear it would. Persons of the Adventist belief have been applied to a...

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