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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 3 September 1875

BOLIVAR BULLETIN. RA TES OFD VER TIS1NQ. One inch, one insertion t 100 Each sxibseqaent insertion 63 inn PUBLISHED EVEBY FRIDAY BY . ill. POLK & CO. TDTVTT TIT. A TO) T TIT IT in 1 lT IN. 1 i . EUJ3ISCBPTION : One Year $1 50 Six Months 1 00 Thrpf? "Months 75 Subscriptions must be paid in advance LOCAL DIRECTORY JUDICIAL. COUNTY COURT. James 11. Ilarris, Chairman. W. C. Dorion, Clerk. Court meets first Monday in each month. CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas J. Flip inn. Judge. J. M. llichardsoa, Clerk. Court meets SJ Monday ia March, July nd November. CHANCERY COURT. II. J. Living, Btone, Chancellor. Jas. Fentress, Jr., Clerk and Master. Court meets 2d Mon day in January and July. PRESBYTERIAN CnURCIL Re? N. K. Smith, Pastor. Services every Sabbath at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m. Ser vices for the children each second Sab bath at 8 p. m. Sunday school at 8J a. m. Prayer meeting on Thursdays at 7$ p. m. beats all free. CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH R3V. W.. M. Norment Pas tor. Services on the second...

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. — 3 September 1875

H. M. POLK & CO., Eds. IMeged to no party's arbitrary 8&.y, V follow Tiil'TH where'er !ic leads the way. NEWSPAPEli I:OISI("S. 1. Any ferenn hr tnkes a p-acir rejrularly from the T-"t-rtU;e, heiher dir;oed tu hi name or an"thir, or whether he iir.a subscribed or not, ; rtfei-otiiibie fur the jay, 2 - If & persec orders his rper discontinued he mnft pay kit arrearage, or tho pi'blisher may continue to fend it tintil payment is uiadr, anJ collect the whole amount, whether it is taken fr.,m the oiaco or not. 3, 'J he courts have decided that refusal to takenews raiT3 ani eriodicii.iS fn.in the post-olhc;, or rumor ing aiid "leaving them uncalled fur, id prima tace evl Leiice vf iuUnliunal fraud. TPwIDAY, . SEPTEMBER 3, 1875 Cotton was firm in New York yester-i day at nj14c for middling. Tennessee Lends were slightly "off" yesterday, Lolh issues falling to 50. im r . mm Cold opened and closed in New York yesterday at 51 13' with gales in ths in terim atfl 13'. Build the narr...

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. — 3 September 1875

pfllimir Bulletin. SPECIALS. Obituaries and tributes of respect inust bo accompanied with the cash at the rate of two cents per word to insure in sertion, tf. .Warrants. If you want blank war rants at very low rates call at the Bcl let:s office and get them. A large lot now ready for Bale. II. Clay Tildon, has on hand ready made colling, and is prepared to make coffins on short notice, cheap and neat. Give him a trial. nug27.4t. Notice Miss Belle Swinebroad will open her school on Monday morning, the 7th inst , at the building between tha residence of J. C Savage and Jno. Johnson, in the town of Bolivar. We are prepared to print Licenses for Ministers, Letters cf Dismission, and other documents needed by church or ganizations, and we solicit any work of t he kind our friends will favor us with Kerne isber, that the Bulletix only costs ycu three cents & week. For this pitiful sum you can give your family a good Journal to read a paper which you need have no fears will ever con ta...

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. — 3 September 1875

V J FARM AND HOME. Farmers' Slacking. Fill a bottle half full of nails or rusty bits of iron; then Cll'wilh nt arp vinaar ; shake eyery few days for cwhiie. in a few wteks it will befit for use. It improves with age. When used down fill aain with vinegar. When boots become red, wet in the blacking and oil them, they will look good as new. The oil sets the color ; it will neither wash nor rub off. It is good for all kinds of leather and will not ins jure it in the least. Cement If you have any plates and dishes broken in halves, and not chattered, pro cure a little white lead at a paint shop, and with a match cover both edges of the articles with it. Press the pieces firmly together, and cover the outside with a piece of narrow white tape besmeared on one side with the white lead, which will cause it to adhere closely to the dish. Press it down perfectly smooth, and tie the pieces together with a cord. In two or. three weeks it will be perfectly ce mented, and will never break . apar...

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. — 10 September 1875

J BOLIVAR BULLETIN. RATES OF iomiiTisiYa. One inh t one insertion.. ....... ........ ... t1Q 1'ach subsequent intertill ......... 50 TCBLISIIED EVEEY FRIDAY BY II. ill. POLK & CO. Y i ha h r r t 1 , u Lj. tt o 13 a a 0 . s s s 1 m 1 i 0 t M 1 1-1 ? : 1 1 M 'J ! 1 i i H W H rj w J h A i j A h i 4 i i ..v. F subiscrptioh : One Year $1 50 Six Months 1 00 Three Months '. 75 Subscriptions must he paid in advance LOCAL DIRECTORY COUNTY COURT l,, l? TinrU Chairman. V. O. Dorion, Clerk. Court meets lirst Monday in each month. CIRCUIT COURT Thomas J. Flip pin. Judge. J. M. Richardson, Clerk. Court meets 3d Monday ia March, 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. PRESIiYTEllIAN CHURCH. Rev N. K. Sinith, I'or. Services every Sabbath at 10 J a. m". and lh p. m. Sing ing for the children every Sab bath . at 4 p. in.- Sunday school at a. m. Prayer meeting on Thursdays at 7 p. m. treat...

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. — 10 September 1875

H. M. .POLK & CO., Eds. FBIDAY, . SEPTEMBER 10, 1875 The n-iws from the Cal:fornia election is good. The Democratic ticket is elect ed by about 30,000 plurality. Gov. Allen is making a stirring cam paign in Ohio and is sure to be elected. They cannot beat the Governor notwith etanding his age. We have had refreshing ehowers though the weather ia still oppressive. Our friends about New Castle are com plaining of drouth dust six inches deep and no rain for six weeks. The Government's fast mail train be tween the East and West will commence rconing Sunday, September 12th. In addition to the mails, a limited number of through peengers will be accommo dated, and extrao." fist time will be made, averaging,' ptP8) BlitJ miles ,an hour. A icotipJe 'Of St Louie editors bwve been Endeavoring to perforate each other w.'b bul!cts, but it ho happened that neither was kille d or leVen wounded. Accord ing to the repott of the a'ffair, both acted "splendidly." After exchanrrg shots ihe "wounded...

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. — 10 September 1875

SPECIALS. Obituaries and tributes of respect mast be accompanied with the cash at the rate of two cents per word to insure in sertion. tf. "Warrants. If you want blank wars rants at very low rates call at the Bcl letis office and get them. A large lot now ready for sale. Seven hours of good hard work dont each day at Hubbard's Practical SchooL Special pains taken with small boys, an I low prices charged. .Wheat Wasted. For all good wheat clean and clear of smut, we will giro one dollar and twenty-five cents on ac count. sep3tf. Harkixs & Darrett. II. Clay Tilson, has on "band ready made coffins, and is prepared to make coffins on short notice, cheap and neat. Give him a trial. aug27-4t. We are prepared to print Licenses for Ministers, Letters of Dismission, and other documents needed by church or ganizations, and we solicit any work of the kind our friends will favor us with Ke member, that the Bcllbtix only costs you three cents a week. For this pitiful sum you can give your fa...

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. — 10 September 1875

'vl FARM AND HOME. Kindness to Milch Cows. One of the greatest errors in over coming cows that arc unquiet while lieing milked, is to whip, beat and Lrajil atthcra. This is senerally done ; and the cow becomes afraid and angry and instead of becoming better, gets worse! They disliko to bo milked forV.icy know that load words and hard blows attend the operation. They dread .to seethe milker ns the little urchin dreads to see birchen rod in tho ' hand of an an-ry pedagogue, when he expects to have it applied to his person. A cow mildly and properly treated is pleased to see the milker, and gladly awaits his or her ap proach, and eubmit3 with pleasure to the operation cf being milked. Every ono having experience with cows is aware of this fact But the cow is opposed to a change ef milkers; she Boon becomes attached to one person no t wil.ingly and freely g1Ve down her milk to another person ; therefore, have i.j tat.uu cows, r.nd tear in mind if you change milkers it fs at the expense ...

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. — 17 September 1875

B.OLIVAR BULLETIN. RA TES OF AD VEJi TIS1X Q. Ono Inch, one insertion Each subsequent insertion 8 100 50 -1 rt"CLis:iKi Kvi:ay fiuday ev f ; jj f-l fi u w Ay j r-i sU H i v f rv i i t is 11 t 3 t t i M M S3 j SI 1 I I i H (I P T mm- tv 5j? SUBSCRIPTION t One Year 51 0 Six llonths 1 00 Three IIontLs 75 Subscriptions must be paid in advance LOCAL DIRECTORY COUNTY COURT . James li. Ferris Chairman. W. O. Porion, Clerk. Court meets first Monday in each month CIKCU1T CUUIiT. ltionias J. L ;.p fin, Judgo. J. -t. llicho.rJsDa, Cierk. Court meets 3d Monday in March, July nd November. CHANCER Y COURT.--1 1. J. Living ftane, Chancellor. Jas. Fentrc-r-j, Jr., Clerk and Master. Court meets 2d Mon day in January and July. 1. U PRESDYTEIUAN CIIUECII. Rev N. K. Smith, Pastor. Services every Kabbath at 10J a. in. and 7A p. in. iin ing for tho children every iL-'a!;. Lath at 4 p. ra. Sunday school at S n. ra. Prayer meeting c"ri Thursdays at 7 p. m. Scats all fiu-.e. " CUMBEKLAD PJlErillYTERIAN CHUR...

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. — 17 September 1875

H, M. POLK CO., Eds. TRIDAY, . SEPTEJIEEE 17, 1875 CHEERING PROSPECTS OF THE 1IE5IPKIS &KKOXVILLE SAIL ROAD. This important road, destined when completed to develop more than any oth er Railraod in the State, the agricultural and mineral resources of our great com. monwealth, is steadily progressing to wards cornj'letion. The absolute necea eit7, of the counties through which this great thoroughfare will run, combined with the belief that there ia no raod ia the btats, yet built which can be so good ajpaying road as an investment, is forc ing the conviction upon the minds of those who are fortunate enough to be in reach of its life-giving advantages, to pnt their shoulders to the wheel, and push the work on to completion. The energetic i'reBident of the road, Gen. fl. I. Keely, has just returned from the counties through which the road runs eastcf the Tennessee river. The road lias been recently located, and most of it let out to contractors through the coun. ty of Lawrence. 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. — 17 September 1875

ttllfitru. SPECIALS. llav yoa eeeo the new etylo wash pahiera at II. Kabn&Sons? 47-4 If you want to get Jeans cheap go to XL Kahn & Sons. 47-4 A good assortment of Carpet Oil Cloth and Hugs at II. Kahn & iona 47-4 Go to II. Kahn & Sons, to get Goods cheap. 47-4 .All Grangers should examine II. Kahn & Sons stock before purchasing. 47-4 The Ladies should not fail to examine the large etoek of Drees Goods at II. Kahn Sons. 47-4 II. Kahn & Sons, bought their stock of Boots and Shoes from the manufac turers. 47-4 Judging from the boxes that U. Kahn & Sons have received, they will be kept busy during the winter. No more hunt ing and fishing for the Kahn boys. -4 PEINTEB.WANTED. . Wa want a good sober printer, one who has had experience in job work, and is also a fast compositor. To the right man a good permanent pUce will be giv en. 10,000 Awarded.4, I was so sick and low-flpirited that I thought I wouli give anything to get well; and if any one had ensured me ...

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. — 17 September 1875

Lime pHekfd just befora 3rpli"tt:n and sown by hand iVsaid to Li r.n'infa! iible protection nair.st fly in turnips. ' " French engineers who nro to assist, ia Boundiarr for tho channel tunnel Lava left for Ensland. A boy recently fouf-.d a pocket bor.V" and returned it to its owner who paveh'ra a five-cent piece. The boy looh-e J at tho coin an instand, and then, Lan din- it re luctantly back, audibly si-bed as Ins gr.id, ' I can't change it." A negro meeting was held atf ndianyp olis, Indiana, a few evening ao, to pro test against tho continuance'of the laws - ......... - ivutuaiu Llu 1H-2T3? n fl ago of the white and black racss. Ts it cheaper to advertise your business by tacking up email boards over the city where they may be read by pehap3 a dozen persons, or have the same notico inserted in tho Uitlletin- where it will be read ty at least 2,5 00 persons. Worth. Testing. Save the tea. Ieave3 fjr a few days, then eteep them in a tin pail or pan for half an hour, 6train through a...

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. — 24 September 1875

BOLIYAR BULLETIN. PUBLISHED KVEBY FRIDAY BY II. ill. POILK & CO. SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $1 50 Six Months 1 00 Three Months 75 Subscriptions must be paid in advance LOCAL DIRECTORY COUNTY COUttT. .Tames B. H arris, Chairman. W. C. Dorion, Clerk. Court meets first Monday in each month. CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas J. Flip pin, Judge. J. M. Richardson, Clerk. Court meets 34 Monday in March, July rid November. CHANCERY COURT. II. J. Living stone. Chancellor. Jas. Fentress, Jr., Clerk and Master. Court meets 2d Mon day in January and July. PRESBYTE RI AN CU U RCII. Rev N. K. Smith, Pastor. Services every Sabbath at 10 a. in. and 7J p. m. Sing ing for the children every Sab bath at 4 p. m. Sunday Bchool at 8 a. m. Prayer meeting on Thursdays at 7 p. m. Seats all free. CUMBERLArv D PRESBYTERIAN CI1URCII Rev. V.. M. Norment Pas tor. Services on the second and fourth Sundays of every month at 10& a. m. and 7J p. m. Prayer meeting every Friday night. Sunday school at 9 o'clock a. m. BAPTIST...

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. — 24 September 1875

V H. M. POLK & CO., Eds. FRIDAY, . J3EPTE2IEEB 21 1575 the handwehixjqupo THE WALL. The many attempted invasions of the Jocal rights of the people, and the mani fest failure of the republican party ti give prosperity to tho country under its long rule, contrasted with its anpros-per- ous, and in many sections fcUiT;rin condition of the people, resulting from their bad Easement cf both natural and local affairs, has furced the conclu sion upon the American people to dis card the party, and look for one Letter calculated to administer the peoples af fairs. The result of the last fail elections was significant of this fact ; end the elec tions that have taken placo einca that time all point to the same conclusion TI, I i ... . . . m j ucic una ueen notnmg in tins year s elections which has mere thrilled the hosts of radicalism than the recent elec tion in Maine. Not even the "Waterloo defeat in California. Tho Maine election proves that the gospel . hate, the back Lone of the skele...

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. — 24 September 1875

jgfflitmr gullcim. Sllssisslppi Central R. II. CKO.M. DCGAS, '.Gr.KT, ROM TAB. Trains pni Holivar as follows Mail Thai ".South I u i h : Nonh. :wo p m j;xi beh Iraim, outa. 2 mi. a m, .North A M J-reight train.South 1 L'.rj a Mi North., , a m l Jo do t.CAM; do 515pm - M ail train runs every dnr. Connection isir.nde by the southward bound Jlai! si t made by ' i trains with trair.i the Jtl. O. U and by tlie ue trains going uori.ii at Jackson, 'i'lsnr... with trainson the M. & (). K- It. Tlie above schedule takts ellcel Juucfith. 1 .-75. Boyhocd Days tromctimcs yon may hear a few "oM fellers" talking about their boyhood days, of the pleasure and fun they eaw and wishing tbey were boys agiin. Now, I do not presuue to question their fin . cerity,but am avrfully sorry for their taste and judgment. " Who vrould'ntbe a boy agaio?" Well, who would? It is not so vary funny, thia thirjg of being a boy ; in fact, it would be unendurablo if it v.ero not for the hope that ho wilt be a ra.tn e...

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. — 24 September 1875

When short-horn breeders sell an ani mal as a breeder, that afterwards proves barren, the animal is sold for beef and the difference in price refunded. Ifc is this high-minded and honorable princi ple that gives the dignity and importance to the profession of short-horn breeders. The same principle is carried out in all their dealings. Ex. Curing Sowed Corn. Let the crop grow until it begins to ri pen. This is a particular point in the curing of this crop, for when the lower leaves begin to turn yellow, it is a Bign that the saccharine matter is being con verted into sugar, and that there is less water to dry out than at any time previ ous to this ; consequently the crop is more valuable than when cut sooner. Tho ground having been rolled smooth, I can cut the crop with my reaper close to the ground. I then let it lie in the sun two or three days, then rako with a hoise-rake and cock up, and allow it to cure for four or five day s, when it can be hauled to where I wish to feeder. I ...

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. — 1 October 1875

H. IT. FOLIC, U. T, TCLK. D. O EE1L. THE BULLETIN 13 FtELISHED KVEKY FEI1AT HOUXISO, BY II. M. POEiK & CO. i?J 7"S OP 4 Z VERT1S1NQ. Oce inch, oue insertion 100 60 Each subsequent insertion . r.i v i n i i h f V "TT h "" F A b t 32 tn S? 3 .3 J a ci a a o o o o a a a a i M U S3 o a O ,1 rl M II H 1 lech.... 2 I::Les.. 8 Inches.. $ 2 00'$ 4 00,4 5 OOj 8 0 $ 12.f0 20.00 25.03 85.00 60.00 100.00 5 4 00 6 CO 8 00 12 50 17 00 6 0 8 COj 10 00 subscription: Oae Year 51 0 Sis Months 1 00 Three "Souths 75 Subscriptions mast be paid i.i advance. 10 0i 13 50 20 CO: 35 OOi 15 00 25 00 22 60 35 00 15 00: 1 column. 25 Oil 45 001 60 00i AssoiciMKsis. ArnonDflng the stmt cf . r?rs-a fi.r t Coi.tay Office, $s; State cflioe, H0; rp :i r! i.Cic;, tio. Invariably in advaDce. lliHjs'ou-, Marnap, Birth and Death notices liei fd, red vi'J be wiiliniciy inserted free of charge, O' -.tuar.es, IJ.-iecrr.c aiid other society notice of deaths, tic, bo charged ten cents per line. ESTABLISHED 1805. BOLIYAR, ...

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. — 1 October 1875

3 V Ml -4 inter gutteth?. H. LL POLK & CO., Eds. OCTOEEE 1 1375 TENNESSEE'S KESOUXtCZS. The following is a synopsis of a speech delivered by Major JFiliian J. Sjkes at Brownsville last week. llaywood county, lika all the other portions of TFe6t Tennessee, from the natural fertility of soil, the variety and abundance of its products, and the char acter of its population, must remain for a long time, if it doea not always continue an agricultural country. This need not, however, prevent its engaging extensive ly and profitably in manufacturing, be cause manufacturing creates a demand for agricultural products, and wherever agriculture and manufacturing can be in close connection, there the greatest pros perity will exist. 1 have therefore chosen for my theme on this occasion tia agri cultural and manufacturing interests of West Tennessee, and particularly of Kay wood county, how they may be benefited, llaywood has es many natural advanta ges as any interior county in Tennessee, wh...

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. — 1 October 1875

ttllciht. Mississippi Central Trains ps.3" Bolivar as follows Mail TiaiiuUc-1 ll pm: Nor'h.SOO p M i'XFKrn Train. S. 2i':i. a m, Berth ;.?a A .'J 1'r.igLt traia,Soutb 1 i!". a si: oT;h, y !:( a m lo do 9il l M: go 5 1 j i si Mai) truomni evory dry. Connection is made by the soiithwnrd bound Mail an Express trains it Gran J J unction with trains an the M &C-.Rand by th. same tr&ins going nartb at Jaoktion. Ten., with trainaon the M. A. O. 14. U. The ftbore scbedale takes eliect Jono 6th, 1575. LOCAL DIRECTORY COUNTY COURT. James I. Harris, Chairman. V. U. Dorion, Clerk. Cuurt meets first llonday in each month. CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas J. Flip fin, Judge. J. M. Richardson, Clerk. Court meets 3d Monday in .March, July nd November. CHANCERY COURT. H. J. Living stone, Chancellor. Jas. Fentress, Jr., Clerk and llastcr. Court meets "d Mon day in January and July. PRESBYTK RI AN C1I U RCII. Rev N. K. Smith, Pastor. Serviced every Sabbath at 11' a. m. and 7J p. in. " i n r ing for the c...

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. — 1 October 1875

J - j. Hearing Stock to Hake Good Uilkers ' The best method cf growing etock to make them more profitable fr t!.3 dairy, baa recently been discussed at po.ue length by Mr. A. L. Fish, of Herkimer, in the Utiea Herald. The rrominent idea advanced by llr. Fish h that ia or- dcfTto rear cows for fluent ciilier-?, they (should have eueculnt food 'from their birth up to tha time they are brought into milk, which he says, is usually at two year3 of age if the ar.iai il is well raised. He argaea that the food of a calf, when a change is mad a from railk, ehould be cooked and fed warm, or near the temperature of blood heat, because it facilitates a more perfect digestion, f or which (he distributing functions are in waiting. The position, he Bays, id fully demonstrated by the fact that in the chaog3 from milk to grosser ,od the young animal shows less thrift, propor tionate to iacrcas'-d functional l.ihor re quired to fit the food for assimilation. The calf adds more weight in "rorrth from ...

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