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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 30 July 1875

-BOLIVAll BULLETIN. PUBLISHED EVERY. FBIDAY BY H. M. POLIC & CO. 8TJUSCIiIPTiojST : One Year - S200 Six Montlta , 1.5 Three Months - To Lo paiu iu auvance. TIMELY TOPICS The plague, or Black Death, has t waken from its thirty years Bleep in the cast, and is reported to be spreading with rapidity in Asia. About eighty live years ago, it desolated Russia, and one hundred and fifty years have passed sinco it ravaged and almost depopu late 4 tome parts of Europe, Foit younpr children New York is at present one of the deadliest cities ; at no time do they thrive there overmuch, but last -week's mortality among them was exceptionally great. Under five years of age they died at the rate of eighty. six per diem, the main trouble being diarrheal disease. The Boston Journal of Chemistry re grets that the millers use all their finest, soundest -wheat for fine flour, and the poorest for Graham or brown bread, a general name givea to mixtures of bran and upoileu flour. "What we need is good,...

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 July 1875

BOGIVAR BTJLLTEIN FT. M. POLK, M. T. POLK, Editoks. I'ladged to bo party's arbitrary iir. V fallow Tkdth where'er shs lsad the n ay. FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1375. phis SEWSPAPER DECISIONS' Ay person who takeea pper rrnl.-irly from the I'ust OHIee whether directed t 0 name or another, r whe hvr he has jubscribed. or not is responsible lor the pay : -if a pern-n orders his paper liincnntinard he must . ij a 1 1 arrearages, or the publisher may continue to stnd until pay men t is made, and rolleet the w hole amount, wnerher it is taken from the off;"- or not. ?. The courts have decided that refusal to taVe news tapirs and periodicals from the Tout Othce, orremovinflr nd leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of nteatioaal fraud. Cotton was unchanged in New York on Monday, with middling at 1415Je. Gold opened strong in New York on Monday, at 112, advanced to 123, and closed at 1122. Tennessee bonds were firm in New York Monday at 51 for the old and 50 for the new issue. Th9 ycllows...

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 July 1875

LOCAL DIRECTORY COUNTY COURT. James R. Harris, Chairman. VV. U. Dorion, Clerk. Court meets first Mond.iy in each inontli. CIRCUIT COURT Thomas J. Flip pin, Judge. J. M. RicharJson, Clerk. Court meets 31 Monday in Maich, July nd November. CHANCERY COURT. II. J. Living, stone. Chancellor. Jas. Fentress, Jr., Clerk and Master. Court meets 2d Mon day in January and July. PUErilJYTKRIAN CHURCH. Rev. George iimmey Pastor. Services every ."Sabbath at 1UJ a. m and 7J p. m. Ser vices for the children each second Sab bath at 8 p. ni. Sunday school at 8 a. m. Prayer meeting on Thursdays' at 7J p. m. Seats all free. CUM RERLA D Y RE S BYTE R IAN CHURCH. Rev. V. M. Norrcent Fas "or Services on the second and fourth Sundays of every month at 10J a m and 1 p. m. Prayer incet'wigiever y Friday night. Sunday echool at 'J o'clock a. m. P.APTIST CHURCH. Services on the e-ecoud and fourth Sabbaths of each month nt 10. a in and 7 p. m., by the Rev. Reo. Roulsher. S.ibbath school at 8 a. in. Sinking ever...

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 July 1875

TO HOPE. O Hoe ! No tnurp, I implore, Deceive roe trmt I may believe thee ; For I know that the flake will follow On the airy way of the Bwallow, That the drift shall lie where the lily blows And the icicle haiiR from the stem of the rose, O Hope ! no more ! O Hope IWjuile yet awhile; Deceive me and 1 will believe thee, I'bmiKh I know that the flake must follow On the airy way of the swallow. That the drift must lie where the lily blow And the icicle ban? from the Ftetn of iho roue, O Hope ! - once more ! Juhit Vnnrr Cli'H'V. THE LIGHT -HOUSE DALE. AT AVON- A wet east wind came blowing acrosB the moore, that Btretched eastward from Merideth House. A wet wind, that blew nobody good, but was full of miasma, and heavy with the odor of decaying nature. I sat by the window and looked out upon the dreary autumn landscape, almost hidden now by the shadows of the dreary autumn gloam- iner. Mamma moved the lamp upon the table, so that its rays fell upon the win dow near which I was sitting, ...

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. — 6 August 1875

BOLIVAR, BULLETIN HA TES OF AD VER TISIXG- One inch, one insertion Each subsequent insertioa....m $1 10 50 -. V PUBLISHED KVERY FIlIDAT BY II. M. POL.K & CO. TH E BO YAR h ET N. "3 I (3 fill1 t a a a a - X I a . I cj I i-; a I O 1 Inch lilli 11(1 l (Ml) $8 (5 I $12. VI t Inches .. 4 Oil S 00 it M 12 00 I 20 fl 3 Inches... 6 (Hi K CO 111 IK) 17 00 I 25 (10 Si column 10 00 12 tlO l.S 00 22 50 I 34 to a enlnmn is on 20(1 2S 00 34 OS I M 00 1 oolnmn. 24 0l 3.-, no J 4i ( 0 SO no ! 10 OO JU 1 u BUBISCBPTION I One Year $1 50 Six Months 1 00 AsNv'Unsementh. Annonaeing ths name of a per son for a County Office, $3; State Office, $10 : Federal Office. $15. Invariably in advance. Keli gious. Marriage. Birth and Death notices so licited, and will be willingly inserted free of oharga- Obitaarios, M .sonic and other society notices of deaths, tc, will be charged ten cents per line. Three Months.... 75 VOL. XL BOLIVAR, HARDEMAN, CO., TENNESSEE, AUGUST 6th, 1875. NO. 1 Subscrijiticns must be p...

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. — 6 August 1875

LOClL NOTES. Obituaries nnd tributes of respect must be. accompanied with the c.sh at the rate of two cents per word to insure in sertion. " ' tf. Business. The business department of this paper Will be under the control of M. T. Polk i who will always be found at his post in the office from 8 a., m. to 5 p. m. -We are always filad to publish short notices of religious meetings to take place, and we asic our c'erical friends to fat or us by seeding 6uch to us. Wamted. We want a boy of quick parts to learn the printing business. He must be of good character. This is a chance for some good boy to learn an hon orable trade Warrants If you want blank war rants nt very low rates call at the Bcl letim office and get them. A large lot now ready for sale. Kemeu-ber, that the Uclletis only coeta you three cents & weeb. For this pitiful sum you can give your family a ROfrJ Journal to read a paper which you need have no feats will ever con tain anything vicious or impure, and that will end...

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. — 6 August 1875

What is B'oody Murrain? From the Kuhvilla Union and America Last Suuday morning the editor of this department of the Union and American lout a valuabla cow (partly short horn) from a diseaoe which was thought to be Lloody liiurruin. the was giving milk and was regarded aw well till an hour be fre her death. Blood was discharged from the bowels at that time, and a deal ofyery black blood was found in them on a post mortem examination. Tho cow was eight years old, and raised on an adjoining farm in a pood blue grass pastura. She was taken from this some to months since, and has been running cn tho common with many other cattle, having corn meal night and morning She lost flesh, and had she remained on her native grazing ground, she would doubtless have continued web. It is possible the cow was poisoned, but not probable. What caused her death ? The heading of this article indicates the be lief that the littleunderstood malady, called ,lbloody murrain," was the cause. Texas cattle on b...

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. — 13 August 1875

BOLIVAJl BULLETIN, RA TES OF AD YER TISING:. Ob inch, one insertion....... $1 Or) Ksch subtenant insertion... .....-. . M II. M POL,K & CO. JU J to I l 1 iucb S Inches .. . Inches... 4 column column. 1 column. iilli 4 00 6 UO 10 to 15 00 S 4 I 6 0 8 to 12 00 20 00 35 00 S 5 8 00 o oo 15 00 25 00 $ S OS I $12 M i no 20 OB 2 on 17 UU 22 35 OA 60 no 34 on 60 00 10 00 2A 00 45 00 i AssocifereiiEstTs. Annooneins; the Mm of a per son for s County Office. S3 ; State Office, $10 ; Federal 03iee, Iarariablr in adrance. Religious. Marriajo, Birth ana Death notices so licited, and Till be villtDglj inserted free ofeharfer Obituarios, Masonio and other sooiot notioea of deaths, fee., will be charged ten cents per line. VOL. XL BOLIVAR, HARDEMAN, CO., TENNESSEE, AUGUST 13th, 1875. NO. 1 BOLIVAR ETIN. subiscrption: One Year $1 50 Six Months 1 00 Three Months 75 Subscriptions must be paid inadvance LOCAL DIRECTORY JUDICIAL COUNTY COURT. James B. Harris, Chairman. W. C. Dorion, Clerk. Court mee...

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. — 13 August 1875

BOLIVAR BULLTEIN. ir. M. POLK, M. T. POLK, Editors. Pledget to na prtj'i arbitrary (war. Va fallow Tdth whora'ar aba leads tha war. - FBIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1875 KEWSPAPEE DECISIONS peraon who takes a paper regularly from tha roei Osloe whether directed to hie name or another, or wbe.hor ba hassabsonbed ar sot is respaasible for the M7 t -If apereoe ardara his paper sisooatiaaed ha sanat .ya!l arreara(es,er tha publieher may noatinnetosead t until paymeatie made, asd collect tha a hole amouat Whether it it take from the offie or eot. I. Tb worn have decided that refnaal to take new aapart and periodical! from the Post Office, or remoTinr aad laayiog tbam aaoallad for, i prima facia ayidanea of mUDtioaalfraad. The Future of Our Country. This is a fulject in which all feel an interest, but ic is one we contemplate from in many different standpoints, and there are so many things bearing upon and effecting it, that it seems to be gen erally considered toobig and too remote a thing with whic...

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. — 13 August 1875

notes. Thanks to our old friend R. T. Dd' son of Lonoke, Ark ( fbr papers. a.t- Obituaries and tributes of respect tauBt uo accompanied war tDo cash at the rate of two cents per word to insure in sertion. - - . jf Johnny Dr.. Newfeern's bright boy has gisen us a sweet potato, weighing 23 ounces. .Who can beat it? We thank Johnny for hie remembrance. - Business. The business department of this paper will be under tht control of M. T. Polk, who will always be found at his post in tne omce irorn a a. m. to 5 p. m. Mr. t3alley Macon sends us word that nn lueeday he ground the first of this year s crop of corn. Good I o are always glad to publish short notices ot religious meetings to take place, and We an our clerical friends to favor us by eer-ding such to us. We nee Work has been resumed on the Jail. Hurry up, the ''boys" in the old Jail Want to move before frost. Wanted. We want a boy of quick parts to learn the printing business. He must be of good character. This is a chance fur so...

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. — 13 August 1875

Profits of Sheep liaising: in the South. A correspondent of the New Orleans Timet, writing from Jefferson county, MiHgisnippi, makes the following statt -m nt, which ts particularly interesting, en it gives the actual result of four year's experience, in what should speedilybe come a lucrative branch of industry in tins State, lie says : In Octobar, 1871, I bought 30 sheep at t3 per head. lr May, 1872, I sold the wcol I got off them for ?47. For the fleece if these fherji snd their increase 1 got in May, 1873, $47. Tor the fl.te. e of IfsTlI not 167. For the fleece of 18,5 I got 1103.20. Durinz this time 1 have sold 37 sheep at f3 each, and 1 now have 133 sheep and Iambs, for which I have been offered $3 per head, as get much for the lambs as the sheen. They hare never cost ma one cent, ex- . i cept for taxs, and I have had at all times an abundance of good mutton for the use of my family. I sheared 81 the first of May last and got 344 Ib.. wool, or 4. to the sheep, which' 'sold for...

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. — 20 August 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN, BA TES OF AD YER TISING: One inch, one insertion Each subsequent insertion.. 1.'09 50 PUBLISHED KVERT FHIDATBf II. HI. POIiK &, CO. r -rr -rr -rr r a L JC BT I t 3 f J 8 1 11 Hi 5 I I i 2 I i s 5 1 lack ,( tit S0 $t vj 1 Inchon.. I 4 00 M M 12 00 20CO lueae I C6 8 CO I 18 (10 17 no TS C U column I 10 00 12 00 I 15 00 21M Jim ii eolumm J 15 no JO 00 I 24 00 S50K 6000 I eoUeam. 25 00 3A HO ) 45 00 60 00 180 CO A!fHOO!eTnir.jrTS. Announcing- the nam ef a per son for a County Offiae. Si; State Offlce. SIS; Federal Office. S15. Iavariablv ia advaaee. Belifions, Maniac. Birth and Death aotieea e lieired, aad will Ke williaiiy Inserted free of shane- Obite arias. M aaawie aad etaer aeOUty" netUee ef deaths, '4$., will to charged tern eants per line. BOLIVAR, HARDEMAN, CO., TENNESSEE, AUGUST 20th, 1875. NO. 3 VOL. XL StJfclSCliPTlON.: One Year $1 50 Six H oaths 1 00 Three Heaths 75 Subscriptions must be paid iitadcance LOCAL DIRECTORY JUDICIAL COUNTY COURT. -James B. H...

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. — 20 August 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. FT M. rt)LK, M. T. POLK, Editors i Pledgsd to bo party's arbitrary sway. tVe fellow TacTH where'er (he leads the war. .FRIDAY, . AUGUST 20 .1875 1 HrWSPAFER DECISIONS? : "'"-' Ay person vrfio Vale s rape refralaTly rrotn the Poet (Jif.ce whelhar directed to hii name or another, or -tree srkehe.esaUecribcd r act it responsible for the - a y ' .-- i . 4 . If a persoa urders hia paper discontinued he mast irall arrearages, .r the publisher may rnntinneto sead t astil payment ie made, and eolleot the hoie amonnt, whether it is taken from the offiee or not. f. The mrta have decided that refusal to tare ei- a pari ad periodical! from the Post Ofnce, or ramosing aad leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie eridence of teatK?a l fraud. . - , The agony ia over. Tne live Key puH an end to the qui -Cotton was steady in'N'ew York yester day, middling being quoted at 14g14- Gold opened in New York yesterday at 113 and closed at 113, the extremes of the day. .. . ; ' Tetraeee-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. — 20 August 1875

1LOCAX, NOTES. Obituaries and tribute of respect must be accompanied with the cash at the rate of two cents per word to insure in ertion. tf. Mrs. Dora Knight eent to our ofBca two fine head of cabbage for this coun try, weighing reapcc i?ely four andfive pounds. Business. Th L rutin .(. department, of this paper will be under th control of M. T. Polk, who will alwava be found nt his post in the office from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. I. C. Wilkes, Esq , informs ns he will liava a fj.ir on the lOt'i d iy of September next. Lovers of fine stoek, and al' others, are invited to "attend, as ampla erranrnents wiil be mida for their re ception. Wasted.-W want a boy of quick parts t learn the printing busings, lie mast bo of g d character. This is a chann for some good boy to learn an hon Mr. Luke E Cnrrinston brought to our offi.;e a sweet potuto weighing two and three-fourth pounds. Who can beatthis- If this is fj,ir simple of :Mr." Currington'rt putatoe-s we should not 11(291. I'J pruilUU 1113 t...

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. — 20 August 1875

s ! i FARM AND HOME. Theory vs. Practice. Cerrenponilene Country Gentlstnsn. Yonr eorrePf.n.lfnt L. S. A., on pa 468, current volume, under the head J "Application of Manure," uses-some pret ty strong lanun-e concerning the theo riep and pmctice of farmer, generally at Hie present day. We who til tho noil tlo not like (Mich raapins, either from one f the ;nild, or from nn outsider: and it is not a little tempting to nsa some fitrnng lanKuurre in reeponsa thereto. Jf I- S. A. had happily enjoyed nn experi ence, or eTen nn enervation of an hun dred Tcnr, it is far more likely than otherwise that he would have, learned there are very many things one needs to unlearn to get at the real knowledge of nature's laws, and a proper co-operation on our part. It is quite certain that ag riculture ba, made rery fair progress during the century past -that some new ideas of small value have been learned, as well as some old ideas unlearned be many, to their decided advantage. Itis.no longer a ques...

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. — 27 August 1875

BOLIVATl BULLETIN. One iai-h.ont: ius ertiuii.... .. Each tuba:iei.t iuserti t K no M 1 1 111 jDj II. ill. POLK & CO. I B 0 h VAR 111 f I? np T U.JL JLj JDj I I suBiscnpTiox: One Year.. $1 50 Six Months 1 00 Three Months 75 .... Subscriptions must be jaid in advance LOCAL DIRECTORY COUNTY COURT Jatn-9 15. Harris. Chairmsril W. O. Dorion, Clerk. Court meets fiist Monday in each month. CIRCUIT COURT Th. mas .). Flip pin, Judge. .). M. II ic'::ir ison, Clerk. Court meet 3d Monday in Match, July nil November. CHANCERY COURT. II. J. Living stone. Chancellor, .la. Fentress, ,Jr, Clerk uinl Master. Court laef!? 2d .Mon day in Januiiry and July. PKESUY 1 ERIAN CUIJRCil. Rev N. K Mnitli, Faster. S.trvioM every Sabbath at lt'J a. iu anil 74 p. in. Ser iies Inr the children each wec-.iid Sab bath ut 8 p in. Sunday school at M ii i:i PioiVer meeting on i'hur.-d tys at 7 p. m. Is.-ats all VM K ( 'FM BE li 1 A g- I) 1 !K.-:S5-.V I KUIAN 1 LURCH- R v. W . fa N. nuei t ...-- r r r ice of. the K...

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. — 27 August 1875

H. M. POLK & CO., Eds. Fledged to no partj'i arbitrary sway, W a follow tkvth hersar rte leads the way. NEWSPAPER DKCI5I0T3. 1. ny person who takes a af-er regularly frnm the fr-ffica, whether dutc-ed to Mm nam or another, or vhetl.tr he bus fcutB:r;btU or not, rerpenaibie for il 2 - If a rfrt ordera hi r-nprr discontinued he must r yajl fci rcarag, or the t biishcr may continue to kud it until payment is maoe, and cwl.ect tha w liole amount, whether it if taken tnun the ortifje or net. 3, l ite court have dsoidcd that rot una 1 to take news tapra and periodicals from the 'ut-olhco, or remov ing and leaving thtm uruaiitti for, i t.rjuia facie evi dence1 of in ten i .nai fraud. FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1875 Cotton was firm in New Ycrk yester-. day at 1 4 1(14 Jo lor middling. Tennessee bond were slightly " oH"'' yeeterday, both issues falling to .00. Gold opened and closed in New York yesterday at f 1 132' with sales iu the in terim at ?1 13$. The Senter Movement, Eds. liL'Li.tn.v : 1 ...

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. — 27 August 1875

SPECIALS. Patronize Uubbard's Practical SoLooJ, and thus help build up tha town. Full time will be put in at Hubbard's Practical School, and every boy will ba thoroughly taught Notice. I will sell beef to" all roy customers, at from G to 12 J cents per pound, from August 1st, 1875. Jonx A McKinme. Hubbard's Practical School will open next Monday. It will bo greatly to the advantage of both teacher and pupils to have every boy enter the first day. Obituaries and tributes of respect must be accompanied with the cash at the rate oi two cents per wora to insure in eertion. tf. Warrants. If you want blank war ranis at very low rates call at the Bul letin office and cet them. A lanre lot now ready for sale. IT. Ciav TiJson, has on hand ready roaae ccliinB, nnd is prepared to nitike coffins on bhort notice, cheap and neat, dive him a trial. aug274t. We are prepared to print Licenses for Ministers, Letters c f Dismission, and other documents needed bv church or gunizations, and we solicit 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. — 27 August 1875

,rr Afces vs. Lcrr.yari liar-lire. ( "filenei.ed iitu s rui.t bcs'iles lirji1; q i.-.r.ri-ies i.i pntus'i, lima nnd carbonic inj ac-d, nn'ah.e aiiKcmts of su CP, ttlunrn oiide of i-on and in ignesda. ri Ja, nu'phu . ' I1C I! U a:il ti onne. When leache-I the r-rincit.al sub-tance ' , - . lu.r.atv.i, jinj, n' the wood f ro:n w hio i t r nii'H- hiive been roada i; burned at a ARM AND HOM low bent tlirt principal par? of the p tt-ifh ' i.i it, bihii: but snugly around the ne. k. h.- loached out. ; In cure with a Sight cord or tioe by two Wlicn wo d is burned in hirge fir:j ! or three turns iiroond tl.e i.eek, lurking placec, or in i.;rg? i ;;ij .-, an lir . strong j ( n'y a fcingle tie at each mm tXeet.it the he , ile pn d'lft cont iins -.:rje ir.ti- j lust, t if n wiih -the li it of tSi8 f rciir!g'.r liei of soda and p.jt.i-i in the f ura nf iti- J rub the fii tlnso unn the t--p ede! roIl Lie silie.iicp, which are pri:t!ua!iy s--t ; the j-ir. using the nail of die tl-utub for fr-'p, a...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
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