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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 7 May 1875

ftn.. TES OF AD VEIt TIDING. vne i inch, one insertion f 100 fc,acli Babsequont insertion 50 i PUBLISHER fiTERJ FKIDAl' BY H. M. POLltCd. o e 01 o a a O 1 Inch... 2 Inches. $20r? 4 00 5 Of 1 Of 6 00 j 8 Of 6 00i 8 CO 10 00 10 00 12 50 15 00 i 8 (N 12 5f 17 00 22 50 35 00 60 00 t 12 50 20 00 25 00 35 00 GO 00 100 00 3 Inchee. yi coi... K eol... 1 column SUBSCRIPTION ; One Year ' ... Six Months 15 00. 20 00: 25 00: 25 00 35 001 45 00 S2-00 AKsouircmisii Announcing the Dame of a in id for a Cmctr Office. ? State office, tin- Fe4 jrai office, $15. Invariably in advance. Religious, Marriage, Birth and Death notices so licHed, and be wulingly inserted free of charge. Ob tinned, Masonic and other society notices of dea'hs, ttc., will lie charged ten cents per line. Three Wonth.... VOL. X. BOLIVAR, HARDEMAN CO., TENNESSEE, MAY 7, 1S75. NO, 3S. Subscriptions muBt fc6 pai(1 ft aviknce. BOLIVAR "BULLETIN. ID tu 11 i 11 a In a 11 IB TIMELY 'TOPICS, Qgeen Vic. will be'fifty-six on the th of next...

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. — 7 May 1875

-Si lutein n . ix. ro L K, Editors. Fftdlrf U ae rrtT'i arbitrary swbt. Va fellow Tbctii here r she leads the war. PRIDAY, MAY 7, 1875. HEW8PAFEB DECISI0S8 Aar rersoa i takes a PP regnlarlv fr?m Tt 0e-whlh.r directed to Ms name or J" .fee her bt Ku iubntibea or aot-ls r.jpeaaibl for th. f If arsr.oB orders his paper discoBtine.d he. molt ,attl arre.raa-s.or th. pufrll.h.r mar t aatil pymiil ti made, and cnllect tr. Iral Wont, whether it U taB from the rmre or nnt. ?"th "oarta have decided that r.m?l to UV B.Brl- anersaad periodicals from the 1'ost Office. or removing aad leaving them uncalled for, it prim facie .Tid.B.. .f ateatioaal fraad. CIVIL RIGHTS. The actioO of the late vill&inolls Con gress in possiag iho Civil Rights bill in 'defiance of the indignant veto of the people, at the polls last November, is destined to aomplieh nothing. As a tab thiovfa to the whale until the de igns!of the Radical crew could be execut ed upon the dark leviathan of Southern eat, its aims will...

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. — 7 May 1875

Apt airs. , Church Directory. St.James Church.Bolivar.Tenn- VttVitt, om avary Snnday tun on th floty Davitjth .REOTOTt W C. GRAY. Tr honr for opening Sunday School U eJfo'eloefcAM Morning Barvica on 8nna , joi. I- Toning Bertie on 8undart..... . g do p M Holy Daya. .7. A M nd 4,' do Service! twieo one day donng Lent. ' From 9 to 12 A M and from 7 to 10 P M, tho Rector san bo fonnd In hla atody at tho rear of tho Chnreh. Thaaaataef thiaCnnrch aro ALL FREE. Presbyterian Church. E. GEORGE SUMMKT Pastos. nnnaaj sen oo l .. A M Harvlcea for tho Children uh 2d Sabbath at 4 r It Tray or Mooting on Thnradara. at... 7X do Sorrieoo orory Rabaath, at lOJi A M.and 7J P M 8oaU all FUSE. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Hot. V. M. NORMS NT. Paator. KerTieoion the 2n4 aid 4',h Sunday! of avery month nt 10V,- a. .and V.i P.M. Prayer media; every Friday night, ricaday aohool at 9 t'cM a. m. Methodist Church. HorTleea every Sabbath, at 10X A. T the IUt. W M PATTERSON. 8 AU BATH ROHOOL at 64 A. M M. and...

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. — 7 May 1875

Sahara Sea. A Olfr.ntic ProjectPropose Redemp tion or Africa by Converting the Desert of Sahara into an Inland Sea. M. de Lesseps must loek to Ma lau rels, for a scheme is afoot which would dwarf the digging of the Suez canal, and maka the pyramids, by contrast into mere mnd pies. For a long time past engineers have had their eyes upon the continent which the daring French man has converted into an island and especially npon that vast sandy hollow an the northern region where, under the name of the Sahara, lies at once a use less waste space and a perpetual bar rier to human intercourse. Not loni? ago some enterprising persons conceived the idea of opening a water passage fe, GQlf10fo Cabes into theShaU-el-Mellah and Shatt-Melghir, hoping by this work to create a navipabli se! all the way up to Eiscara and Gadamis, and eo redeem some hundreds of miles of the great desert for commerce. Ihese resolute gentlemen, hunting round and round the rim of that pro digious desprf Vi place hke 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. — 14 May 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY H. m. POLSC &, CO. SUBSCRIPTION : One Year.. ....$2.00 "Mix Month... 1 Si 5 Three Months. """ 75 Sabscriptiona must be paid ia advance. TIMELY TOPICS. The fruit men of NevadA ennrtr California, estimate the loss of fruit in me state by frosts at $2,000,000. The crop reports from the northwest are rather favorable. Wisconsin makes quire a good showing. En-gland eensiblv deolinpn ir inf fere in the internal affairs of Spain by cognizing the Uarlists as belligerents, The importation into Finland or Tlnn sian territory of American potatoes, or BacES or any other article w hich con tained them, is prohibited. It is estimated that at least two hun dred thousand people attend the meet ings of the American Evangelists in London during a single week. Chicago's Mullet-built custom house walls are so shakey that they will prob ably be torn down. Supervising Archi tect Totter is of this opinion. TnE Spanish press is being treated with uinxsuil rig...

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. — 14 May 1875

n. ir. roLK, : ! Edit M. T. POLIt ors. Pladg-d to ds Mrtj'o ar&ttrary ivtr, Wa fellow TftiTTH whora'ar aha leadi the way. fEIDAY, HAY 14 1875. NEWSPAPER DECISIONS! Po.t umZ rL1??.Vr'"Lt,,e p"',er "' from the .hi hLr hVhli ! k." d'rMted to ' or another, or wire .her be hu .ub.er.bed or aot-ia respon.ible for Ihe .,T jlirr0rder"v.hi Pr"r i"-;nned he must i or the publisher mav w.niinueto .end ."h,.PWV.,, r"da;f"dS,,I,et the "' mount, wneiner it is takes from the office or n.-.t. ?. The court, have decided that refusal to taVe newi- Hard times is the cry with all classes. The banker buttons his portemonnaie end groans "hard times," and the butch er follows in his wake with an addition al per cnt. on his beef. What makes bard times ? Let us try and find a cause for this very disagreeable fact. Failure in the crops of 1874 appears to be a suf. ficient explanation of the present attack with us (and we will take our eaee under consideration and confine ourselves to home people), and so...

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. — 14 May 1875

Church Directory. St. James' Church.,Bolivar.Tenn. rsmees oa arary So ad a r aa oa tha Hulj Days by the RECTOR W C. GRAY. Ta boor for opaataa; Saaaay School ia a?J o'clock am Moraiag Service aa Saadays , jo, Taaiai ferric oa 8nadaya.... 8 do r M Hcly Daya. .7 A M and 4, do Harvleaa twice each day dunag Lent. From 9 U 12 A H Ml from 7 to 10 P M, the Rector earn Ve fonad ia hia stoer at the rear of the Church. W The aeata of thia Charon are ALL TREE. Presbyterian Church. Ber. GEORGE SUM MKT PilToa. Haadey School ... -..... E, A M Harriets far the Children each 2d Sabbath at 4 r x Prayer Veeting oa Thnradaya, at .........7K do Herrieee arsry Sabbath, at 10 A M.aad 7 P M Seats all FUKE. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Re. W. M. KO R M E NT, Pastor. ries en the 2n4 and 4th Sand ays of erery month at 10'; A M.and 7'-, r.H. Prayer meetinc every Friday night. Pnaday erhiol at 9 e'cWk A. M. Methodist Church. Kerrices every Sabbath, at lfX A M. aad 7PM by (he K. W M PATTERSON. HABBATH HCHOOL a...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 14 May 1875

Extorted Confessions. A Thrilling Story of the Abolition of Torture 'in France "Come, M. le President de Page," said Mme. da Hacqueville, &i we sat around the fire, "tell us a story of what yon have seen in past times." "Of what epoch, maiame ?" asked the presi dent, "for there are three in my life ; the drat of my presidentship, the second of my exile, and the third of my soldiership." "Tell us a story of your first era yonr presidentship." " At an early period of life," said he, " I was appointed president of one of the highest; courts of France. The rank of my family, it must be admitted, was the chief cause of my being elevated to that high situation, though without van ity I may say that I had distinguished myself in my studies more than most of my young contemporaries. Placed near the summit of society by the office which I filled, I strove upon entering on it to mitigate the rigor of the laws which it was my duty to put in force. These laws were at the time barbarously se...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 21 May 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. HA TES OF A D VEIt TltilX G. One inch, one insertion $ 100 Each subsequent insertion 50 rUBLISIIED EVERY FRIDAY BY H- Rfl. POLK &. CO. iSTJ25SCIiirTIOJST : Ooe Vep sa.oo Six Month! j J43 Three Houtlii.. 7 S Subscription mnt be paid iu advance. TIMELY TOPICS" Capt. Kads Lopes to Lava his jettiea built and deep water at tte niouth of the Mississippi in eigLteen moiitbs. Geo. H. Pbice, tLe Adams express messenger who killed a robber in Lis car recently, Las been voted 1.000 in gold by tbe directors. England sticks to muzzle-loading ar tillery, and is manufacturing it sn ex pense of 1,500.000 anunallv. whil tr, ' mf J --w rest of the world won't use anything Dut Dreech-loaders. It looks as if the Prussian chancellor ship was not tuch a pleasant position after ail. Bismarck and hi3 fiiend Dr. Falck Lave to be constantly protected by policemen. Dn. Lindeman, the United Statea mint director, estimates tlie product of tLe Comstock mines in Nevada for this year at thirt...

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. — 21 May 1875

itlletm H. M. i'OLK, it. T. lsOLK. Edith na PleJf-d to no party's arbitrary avay. rVa fellow Truth where'er he leada the way. FRIDAY, HAY 21 1875. IfEWSPAPER DECI8I0NS1 P.t i?ml. PLTVr",..,U,e" '"P" 'esn'rly from the -hi hLThVL ' w" d' " or another, or wire her he has eobeenbed or not i. respoo.ible for the P" : If aperaon orders his paper rit neon tinned he mnt '. T . i rroe.r',- the publisher msv rocttnue to send i.-Vfc ' Vvm.en.t " Bli"le' nd coll8ct ' mint. w nether u is taken from the offiee or not. T. The eonru haTe decided that refn.al to taVe news paper and periodicals from the Host Office, or remoTinr and leaving them naoalled for, is prima facie evidence at nteational fraud. . We Bee by the papers tbat Missouri pat her bonds upon the market at New York and they were take.i at 99 cents. Missouri is to be congratulated on bav ing such a good name in ths marts of the country. Tennesee bonds are quoted very low and vary daily.and were we to put out a new series we could not pl...

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. — 21 May 1875

Church .Directory. SLJames' Church.Eolivar.Tenn. SerTieee Trr Sand a r and on the H oly Day a by the B ECTOR W c. (SUA Y. Te hear far epeainx 8naJy Soaool ia ii o'eleck am aLvratac Berrlee oa hundaye 1054 .eaWj Berrlee ea Sundaye. g do p M " e'T Py.. .....Tfi a M and 4H J Servleaa tariee each day dun n Lent. : to It A M and fnm 7 lo -,r P M, the Rector k la M etudT at . r-ar'nf thfhirfh ThaeeataaftMaChnreh are LL Fr.EF. Presbyterian Church RT. GEORGE SUM MKT Pastor. onaeey ,-cneoi . a pereieea tor tne Ihlldrea eaeh 2d Sabbath at 4 F M Prayer Meeting oa Thuradara. at .."X do Berrleea eeery Sabbath, at His; A M.and 7li P M Seat all THT.T. Cnnberland Presbyterian Church Ber. W. M. KORVENT. Paver. rterrteea ea the 3nd aid 4-h iH"i of rerr in'.h at 10S a. M.and 1ST--lraye niootinic erery Krl da- nirht. tHnday echeol at 9 o'cl-ok MS Methodist Ohirch. flertUee every 8eV.th. at IftV A M. and 7PM Her. W M PATTERSON. . SABBATH SCHOOL at A. M. Htaftnt for Sabbath Sehnol SeheiareeTery Cb1' eTe-...

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. — 21 May 1875

OLD TIMES. Tbre'ii a t antifut song on the 8lumberoun air ihat drifts thronttU tb valley of dreams ; It comes from a choie where tbe ro h were. And a tuneful taf art, and bright browu fcair That av( in the morning hearth. Soft eye of a.nre, and pyes of brown. And snow-white fureheads are tLere, A Rlimmering crops and a glittering crown, A thorny bed aod a cmci of down. Lout hopH and leaflets of j.rayer. A ron- leaf and a dimpled band, A iicg and a plighted vow ; Vhree goiilen rings on a broken baud, A tiny track on tk: sunw-white mud, A tear and a siuleaa brow. There's a tiucture of Brief in the beautiful song That Hobs ou the Hummer air ; And lonelinf sm, felt in the festive throng, hints down iu the soul as it trembles a ong From a clime where the rc38 are. We heard it firt at the dawn of day. And it mingle with mvin cbim; But year have il-stauced tlie beautiful lay. And its melody flaw, th m swiitly away, That we calf it now. " Old Tiuif h." FARM AND GARDEN. THE MANAGEMENT OF BRE...

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. — 28 May 1875

'L BOLIVAR BULLETIN. HA TES OF AD VEli TtSIS G. One inch, one insertion $ 101 Each RcliHennnnt innnrtion 50 5 5 5 o o o o e s a a B O Jj I V AJR BU LLETIN PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY H. M. FOLIC & CO, Cm 3 O "12 5 0 20 00 35 00 35 00 tiO 00 100 00 1 Inch... 2 Inchee. 3 Inchee. col... H 1 column 2 oo 4 oo;$ 5 00! 4 W't 6 001 8 on f 8 Of 12 50 17 00 22 50 35 CO 60 00 6 00 8 00! 10 00 10 OOl 12 50! 15 00 15 OOj 20 00 25 00 25 00; 35 00 ! 45 00 SUBSCRIPTION : One Year. Six Mentha Three JJIonth... A nnottncem it jfTS. Announcing the niuif of a person for a County Office, t" ; State office, J10; Federal office, $15. Invariably in advance. RelifriouH, Marriage, Birth and Death notices so licited, and will be willmely iDBerUd free of charge. Obituaries, Masonic and otker society notices of deaths, ate, will be charged ten centa per lina. saeo ; l.as 7 VOL. X. BOLIVAR, HARDEMAN CO., TENNESSEE, MAY 2S, 1S75. NO. 41. 8bcriptiona most Ve paid ia advance. I. TIMELY TOPICS. Pacific-coast sailor...

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 May 1875

I Uolirar gnllcliit H. M. POLK, ) M. T. l'OLK, Editors. P5fg.d to do pirty'n arbitrary iwar, V fallow Trctm w here'er she leads the way. FHIDAY, MAY 28 1875. NEWSPAPER DECISIONS' Any peroo M hu tulces . paper ree-nlarlj Trora the fofX Oilo whether directed to Uis name or another, or whe hHr he has jiibhenfced or not is respoticiMe for the y ; If a person order hi paper discoiitinned lie mnst . if all arrcar.i(5t-,or the put Maher r: 'i y continue to vend t until payment it made, and collect the whole amount, ar nether it is takon from the oft:ce or nrit. F. The cmrt have decided that refusal to tae news papers and periodical from the J'ost Office, or removing il leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence cf ntentioaal fraud. The Governor of Georgia forwarded the name of Mr. George Hilljer to WaBhington as commissioner fjr Geors Ra to the Centennial at Philadelphia. The Secretary of tate sent the Govern or a commiesirn for Mr. IJillycr, with an open letter containing an iron-...

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 May 1875

Cliurcti Directory. 3t.Jani83' Church.Bolivar.Tenn. rvies oo (verj Sunday aud an the Hulj Days t j the HECTOR W c. ;ray. T- hour for opaaieg Sitaday School ii o'clock ah Eloraing 8rTic on Sundays , Ki.'i r Tnio 8rTic on Sundays........ 8 do p M Tlcly Days -yt a H and do STic twice cacti day during Lent, from 9 to 12 A M and frjin 7 to 10 V M. the Kector can be found in hie stnsy at the rear of the Church. - The eeatiofthii Church are ALL FREE. Presbvterian Church. Rer. GEORGE SCMMKY Pabtok. feanday School K tierTtcee for the Children each 2d Sabbath at t p M Prayer .'eeting on Thorsdays, at 74 do 8rioei eTiry Sabbath, at 10.', A M.and V,i P M Heat all FREE. Cumberland Presbyterian Church her. W. 31. NOR ME NT. ruw, Srrieeion the Io4 and 4".h Saaliys of every month at 10S A M. and TK r. . Prayer meetine; every Krliiay night, boaday s-hool at 9 o'clock A M. Methodist Church. rterTic.i every Suht.ith. t 1(S' A. M.and 7PM kythe Kct. W M PATTERSON. SABBATH SCHOOL at 8! A. M. niacin for S...

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 May 1875

REDUCTIO AD ABSURDUM. BY GKORC.F. A. KAKHI. jr. I bad come from tbe city early That Saturday afternoon ; I Hat ith llra'rix under the trees In the motwv orchard ; the Rolden l.ses Buzzed over clover-tops, pink and pearly ; I was at peace, ana inclined to sitocu. We were stopoing a while with mother, At the qniet. ronntry p!ao Where first we'd me, on blossomy Mav, And fallen In love -no the dreamy day Brought to my memory many another In the happy time when I won her grace. Iays in the bright spring weather. When the twlmed, ronsh old tree Showered down apple-bloom, dainty and sweet. That iwr.ng in ber hail, and blnt-hed at her feet. Sweet win her face bh we lingered toother, And dainty the kicnes my love gave me. " Dear love, are you recalling The old days too 7" I paid. Her sweet ey s filled, and with tender grace Kbe turned and rested her blushing face Against my shoulder : a sunbeam falling Through the leaves above ub, crowned her head. And so I held ber, trusting That none was b...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 11 June 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. HA TES OF AD VER TISIXG. One inch, one insertion $ 100 Each sr.bneorjent insertion 50 BOLIVAR x ' 1 a: H 9 -3. -5 -5 S a s ; s 2 is 2 2 o K c 2 a a a M 05 i O PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY H. Nl. POLK 6l CO, 1 Inch.. .: 2 (: 4 Oil ? 5 00'$ 8 0 3 12.10 20.00 25.00 35.00 60.00 100.00 1 M! (i 0i 10 On; 15 0t), 25 00; 6 tOi 8 (K1 10 () 15 00 12 50 3 lucuea.. f column column 1 colnmn. 8 f 0: 12 5i: 20 00. 85 00; 17 00 1 22 501 35 00; 60 00, 25 001 8TJBSCHIPTION: ) Var , S2.UO RIx fflontlia l.JtS Tbrce I1oulh 75 Subscriptions must be paid ia advance. 45 00 AssoniCEMitMs.- Announcing the name of a person for a County Office, f 5 ; State office, $10 ; Federal nice, $15. Invariably in advance. Religious, Marriage, Birth and Death notice so licited, tud i I be wiihuniy inserted free of charge. Obituaries, Masonic and other society notices of deaths, etc., will be chanted ten cecta per line. VOL. X. BOLIVAR, HARDEMAN CO., TENNESSEE, JUNE 11, 1S75. NO. 43. JO HJ II aVa jl 11 TIMEL...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 11 June 1875

'Evepythim m th larger, Better XI (t? W IT r E3E3 MORE BRILLIANT THAN EVER, Wil J II' n C3 An 75B Q a (0? oi !i Jill 11 0 10 cBvli a MENAGERIE, MUSEUM, AVIARY, COLOSSAL HIPPODROME, GRECIAN CIRCUS AND CALISTHENIC EXHIBITIONS TEA' GllAJS,) ALLIED SHOWS iJV ONE. COOPER, BAILEY & CO. PROPRIETORS. S ELI ABLE AND M 44. IN EVERY W Ten Exhibitions for One Ticket ! Four Acres of Tents ! Features Never Before Exhibited ! FORMING THE LARGEST COMBINATION KNOWN! THE GRANDEST SIGHT EVER BEHELD! HAS NO EQUAL IN AMERICA! GREATEST SENSATION OF THE PRESENT AGE ! SICK irO l l YOURSELVES, THEN J UDGE ! pVE It Y N A T 1 In ON E A II T H li E P 11 E S E N T E EVERY FEATURE ADVERTISE II TRULY EXII1EMTEU. THE WHOLE WORLD AS CONTRIBUTORS. y Fpecialties our great feature; l or? performir.c animals than eny other tn Menageriei ii ihe'wprld. The only Z?bra ever seen in har t Ttfr. Massive Gulden Chariot. Kmnan 'ar Chariots, Roman Charioteers Fearle-s Caaliers ecortinz Grecian idealities- Eletiant Cvsttrr.r...

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 June 1875

local M airs. Ciiurcli Directory. StJames' Ciiurch.Bolivar.Teaii. TTle.s aary Saaday att4 on tba Holy Day by the BECToB. W C. GRAY. Ta Uoar for .p.alag Sunday Boheol la 4 .'clock au Morataf SarriM .a Sundays 104 LT.alnf B.rTlcata 8mndayt.. 8 do r M ln Holy Days a m and 4X do BarTleaa twlea taen day dnnag Lent. Trern U It 1 H and from 7 to 19 P M. the Rector Mm ke f.aa4 1 Ml atady at the rear of the Church. Th.ssats.f thia Charon are ALL FREE. Presbyterian Church. ttvw. GEORGE F.CMMKT Pastor. Baa.ar Schools 8 Berleea for the Children eaeh 2d Sahlath at 4 P M Prayer N eetlht ba Thraya. at 7X do Serrieee every Sabbath, at MX A M.and 7H P M g.aUall FUXfc. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Re. W. M. SO RMS ST. Pastor. PerrieeaoB the, Sad and tta Sunday Of every month a Prajar stating rrery Friday night. Saaday achaol al 9 o'clock A. a. Methodist Church. Serrlee. .very Sabbath, at 10 A. M. and T P M by the R.. vV M PATTERSON. 8 ABB ATM SCrtoOL at 8 A. M. plagtag for Bebbath School 8oho)ar.eT...

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 June 1875

CONGRATULATION Yon told the story of your love I beard as one who d d not hear ; Across the opei In lips of hope C ept the s ow fioger of a fear. Against the kind deceit which hides From love's beginning all love's end. In thoughtful raoo-1 I bold'y lift The honest trouble of a friend. Tou've chopen then : not thup, indeed. I would liave chosen fate for yon, And if you miHHed the possible And for the sweet tad lost the true ; If "neath the perfect palm of love You might have knelt in kneeling, blefct And if you chose instead to wear A little rose upon your breast ; If for the tid.l wave of life Mistook a little ripple blue. While fathoms deep below yonr line The sea's lost treasures sleep for you ; Why, then, what then ? You've only missed A wealth your calm eyei never saw. Be Fate and Nature kind to you, Yourself unto youif elf your law ! No Monea ever part for you The woDders of the deep's rich gloom ! Nor ever led, the dry sanda o'er, Into the lons-lost palm-land's bloom ! Ah ! n...

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