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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 8 October 1875

It A TES OF AD YER TISINQ. One inch, one insertion $ 100 Each subsequent insertion 50 H. M". POLK. II. T. POLS. D. 0 EELL. THE BULLETIN IS PUBLISHED F.VEJ1Y. FEIDAY MOUN1NG. BY SI. M. POIiK & CO. SUBSCRIPTION I One Year $1 50 Biz Konths 1 00 Three Months. " 75 Subscriptions must he paid in adcance. t . . . Bolirar Easiness Directory. Business Cards, not exceeding 3 lines, inserted in this Directory, at ?'i 00 per annum. r2z:x$.c.a.rjTxz.z2. Dry Goods. ADAMS, WELLONS & CO., west side public square, Bolivar Tenn. A IIM1STED & POLK, Bills -block, east Bide public square, Bolivar, Tcnn. NEILSON & BRO., west side public square, Bolivar, Tenn. HKAIIN & SONS, southwest corner public square, Bolivar, Tenn. H ARKINS & DUUKiiTT, corner Mar ket and Main streets, Lolivar, Tenn. "A. WILSON, south side public square, Bolivar, Tena. Groceries. ' W. TATE & CO., Main street, west 6ido public square, Bolivar, Tenn. R S. HARDY, agent, southeast corner ' public spuare, Boliv...

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. — 8 October 1875

t i iffita1 Bulletin H. M. POLK & CO., Eds. OCTOSEH 8, 1S75 "WHAT OF THE HOUR? For the last ten years the country has been laboring under the intrude and ty ranny of a eectional party. Radicalism has brought our country to the brink of ruin. Not only as felt and seen in the present deplorable condition of the peo ple, stripped of prosperity, and tax-rid-.den, and oppressed by onerous burdens of exacting tariffs and exhorbitant inter nal revenue taxes. Passing by ths waste ful extravaganco which has characterized the legislation of this party whilst ad ministering the Government; the unjust discriminations they have made against the laboring man in favor of thebondholder and the money monger,pasing by thcbold efforts that have been made to overthrow local government by enlarging tke pow ers of the Federal Head at the expense of the people and their constitutional rights, we havo but to look abroad throughout any portion of the West or the South to witness the utter destitu tion t...

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. — 8 October 1875

i Mississippi Central It lit Trains BoliTar as follow! Mail TKAIn.Houtb 1.11 p H ; Kortli, 3 no p M xPBtt Thais, Bouth, 2 06. a h, North ;.S.i A M Jfreight tra:n,8onh 1 2 i K ; North, C'i A M io do U.li3 AM; da 5 15 P M M ail train runs every day. Connection ieiaa.de by the southward bound Mail at Kxnreas traina at. Grand Junction with trains en the 51. AC. U and by the lame trains going north at Javkson, Tenn., with train sou the 31. A O.K. R. The above sshedale takes effect Jnnc 6th, 1875. GZO, I?Z, DUCAII, ZLgent LOCAL DIRECTORY JITSXCZilZi. COUNTY COUIIT. James B. Harris, 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 3d Monday in March, July nd November. CHANCER? COURT. II. J. Living atone, Chancellor. Jas. Fentress, Jr., Clerk and Master. Court meets 2d Mon day in January and July. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev N. K. Smith, Pasibr. Services every Sabbath at lOJt & ni. and 7 J...

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. — 8 October 1875

Why Hot Ilaiso Oar Own Seed? Clover There is do reason why tho farmers of this Ktate, and other Western States, should not raise enough clover seed for their own use, as well aa to have somo to eell. Many arue that it ia cheaper to buy it, but they miht aa well include wheat, corn, cats, and everything else tho farmer raises. They are all exhaust ing crops. If he raises his eeed, he has it, but if ho has to buy it, the land will often go without. Tho seed of tho medium-sized red clover abounds most in tho Becond crop or rowen ; but in order to have it 1111 well, and have ample time to mature, the first cutting should not be later than the middle of June! The second, or seed crop, is left on the haulm until all the heads are turned brown and show a ripeness ; when these are examined, the eeed will be found ripo and pluinp. It should then be cut wih a low-cutting reaper, and bunched in which condition it may be left until dry and stiff, when it should be stacked or be placed under cov...

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 October 1875

H. TS. POLK, it. T. POLK. D. 0 EEXL. THE BULLETIN 13 PUBLISHED EYEEY FBIDAT MOK2C1XG. BY II. M. FOLK & CO. P. A TES OF AD YER T1S1STQ. One inch, one insertion $ 100 Each subsequent insertion 60 3 a O j a o a, OQ o H a o a 1 Inch.... 2 Inches.. 3 Inches.. coiumn column 1 column. $ 2 00'$ 4 00 $ 6 O0I-3 8 00 f 12. SO 20.00 25.00 85.00 60.00 100.00 4 01 fi 00 8 00 12 50 6 00. 8 CO, 10 ro 17 00 10 (X$ 13 bOi 15 001 22 60 5 00 60 00! 15 CO, 25 00 20 CO 35 CO! 25 00 45 'Kll Anouicic5kt8. Annonuciug Cia came of person for ft County Office, 15 ; Ciato office, 10 ; Federal office, $15. Invariably In adTance. Religions, Marriasre, Birtu and E-th notice ao lie 1 ted, tnd i:l be willingly inBertsa Jree of charge. Obituaries, Masonic and other aodety notloea deaths, etc will be charged, ten cent per Una. ESTABLISHED 18G5. BOLIVAR, TEN2T., OCTOBER 14, 1875. VOL. XL NO. 11. 1DAT TXT A ID -U) IlJ JU Jl V subscription: One Year $1 50 Six Honths 100 Three Honths 75 Subscriptions must be paid in a...

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 October 1875

v H. M. POLK & CO., Eds. T HUBS DAY, . 0CT0BEE.14 1875 Righteous Lot flsd Sodom, and Moody turns bis back opon Brooklyn: Philadelphia, Oct., 11th. At a meet ing of clergymen and laymen this even ing, a telegram was veceived from Moo dy, the revivalist, reading. ''Have asked Brooklyn to let me off. I will commence the work in your city on Oct , 31, God willing. RECKLESS DOINGS IN UISSIS SIPPI. The troubles in Coahoma county Miss, are reported at an end. It seems that this disgrace upon the State and nation was entirely a family affair between the black and white lladieaD, or more cor rectly, the Northern and Sou'hern Radi cals. The carpet-bakers and gcallawas united with the colored office-holders irom Ohio, Missouri and other Northern States were arrayed against the Southern- colored Radicals, in contest for a raonied office. Gov. Alcorn heading the one party, Sheriff Brown, (colored,) tho other. Alsorn made political speech which Crown answered with a mob of armed idiots under ...

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 October 1875

J 1. a h 4 T' r. Mississippi Central It lit Trains pas Bolivar as followt Mail TAiit,f.outii i 11 p u ; North. 3m ? x .XHRF8S Traih. South. 2 (Hi. a M, North ;.35 a M i'reight train.Soutb 1 21 a h; North, t'3 a M d do 9.!i3 A h; do 6 15PM JUBT" Mi! train runs every day. Connection Is made bv the aniithirArd bound 'Mail An Ex press trains a Grand Junction with trains en the JM O. It and by the same trains going; north at Jackaoo j.cn., tin trains on the 111. A O. K. It. The above acbednle takes effect Jnuc 6th, 1S75. C-no, TJl, 3UGAK, Agent LOCAL DIRECTORY COUNTY COURT. James B. Harris, ChairmiiD. W. C. Dorion, Clerk. (Jourt meets first Monday in each month. CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas J. Flip pin, Judge. J. M. RicharJson, Clerk Court meets 3d Monday in Match, July nd JNovember, CHANCERY" COURT. II. J. Living titone. Chancellor. Jas. Fentress, Jr., Clerk and Master. Court meets 2d Mon day in January and July. Lc-xoi7s. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev N. K. Sinith, Pastor. Services every fcjabbath...

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. — 14 October 1875

IB:' v . i F 1 1 ( 1 IIow to Cut and Shock Corn- A correspondent of the Chicago Tri bune gives the following timely and use ful suggestions for harvesting the corn crop rapidly. lie says : If a proper system is pursued in form ing the tables for the shocks, by bending the hills together at proper intervals and tying double the quantity of ground can be cut over in a day per hand than can be by following the old fashioned way of setting around the hill and tying twice. The tables may even bo made and without injury to the corn, some days before it is cut For the informa tion of these who have not been used to chosking in in this way, we give tha plan we have pursued.. Determine the number cf hills to the shock. Pass along between two rows where the shocks are to stand, and bend ing two hills together diagonally, fas ten them by twisting the tops, or better tying them. Then bend two hills togeth er diagonally, the other way, across these, and you have a table around which the corn may...

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. — 21 October 1875

I H. Jf. POLK, ,. H. T. POLS. D. 0- BELL. THE BULLETIN r IS Published; zveby! J-BTDAr mobning! -Br- : .'i .7 . SUBSCRIPTION: i ; ; One Year $1 50 Six Months..... 1 00 Three Months..:... ..... 75 Subscriptions must be paid in advance. Bolirar Easiness Directory. ; ' Business Cards, not exceeding 3 lines, inserted in this Directory, at $6 00 per annum.' XVZX:3.C2Lr7TZXiZ2. Dry Goods. ADAMS, WELLONS & CO., west side public square, Bolivar Tenn. ARMISTED & POLK, Bills . block, east Bide public square,Bolivar,Tcnn. NE1LSON & BRO., west side public square Bolivar, Tenn. H KAUN & SONS, southwest corner public square, Bolivar, Teon. H ARKINS & DURKiiTT, corner Mar ket and Main streets, Bolivar, Tenn. " A. WILSON, sooth . side public square, Bolivar, Tena. Groceries. W. TATE & CO., Main street, west side public square, Bolivar, Tenn. R, S. 1IARDY, agent, southeast Corner , public spuare, Bolivar, Tenn. Miscellaneous. G. A. 8W1NEBKOAD, purchaser and dealer in stock, so...

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 October 1875

an. ,H.,Mr:TOLK&,COY Eds. r , . THURSDAY, , ' OCTOBEB'21, 1875 2I0TICE. Tbost of -our subscribers who' find 0,-.v Mark oa : the. margin of their ::.-.i.R,aPrt kcow. lhat they oWe? us ifof .CobBeribtioii, .'and an '. early remlt t i.tacJ,T.!a .be thankfully 1 received; as -. .we re Tfry taoch in need of the moneyr . - '-C.'-i-i 1 . . . - ; ... Gold cSd at 1 164,3. ia Kew York, .- , .Jast Jdcndaj,-. . .-.z ;-: . v Tke dog tax amendment to the ' Ohio Constitution, has been : carried by an immense majority. ' New Tennessee bonds are still tending downward, closing in Wall street, yes- ' terday at 46. Old were quoted at 49. m a 1 mi Xext month elections occur in Massa ' chnietts, New York, New Jersey, Fenn sylvtnia, Maryland, Virginia, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Kansas, Mississippi, and . Texas. ': i; ".i - OHIO. This State has "gone republican by about 4,500. "A small majority from so . large an electcria! vote. ' . VTe learn from an exchange that upon report " of committee appointed in ...

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 October 1875

' "UL nisilssippi CeBtral R; U. 1 I - r TrJt pM BHrriftlcw Y i Kill TAi,;-itti i n pt. North.sm f s firatH Taal, Sontn. 20n.ll, N'wth ; Ift a m . a raigut wia,Moin i tit a at .North, s O a. da 911.1 1 M; do SUP K Mail traja rat ery aay. . . , ' Ceaaaeaina i(Ktti bt the seutbwar! bound. Mail a, press tram, ni. Grand Junction, with train. a the M. (J. K and byth mat train going north at Jackaoa, Tana., with trams. a the M. A O.K. R. To abers ecnadale takaa effect Jan6th, IS7S. rTC3; 12, BUCAK, Ageat LOCAL DIRECTORY a . COUNTY COURT. -James B. Harris, Chairman. W. C. Dorion, Clerk. Court meetn first Monday in each month. I CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas J. Flip- pin, Judge. J. M. Richardson, Clerk. ,r Court meets 3d Monday in March, July and November. CHANCERY COURT.-II. J.Living- - stone. Chancellor. Jas. Fentress, .If, Ujlerkand Master. - Court meets 2d Mon. day id January and July.. , . . -. XLSXiZOXOUS. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev ' N. K. (smith. Pastor. Services . every ' Sabbath at 10$ a. tn...

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 October 1875

Break op yonr wheat land, soak yoor wheat in blueatone water, sow and plow it in with bull,tongue8 nest spring, har row and roll, and yoa will have a good crops. , - Unshelled Cora. Corn loses one-fifth by drying, and wheat one fourteenth. Frora this the estimate is made that it is more profita ble for the farmer to sell nnshelled corn in tha fall at seventy-five cents than at a dollar a bushel in the following summer; and that wheat at $1.25 in December is equal to $1.50 in the succeeding June. In caaas cf potatoes taking those that rot and are otherwise lost together with the shrinkage, there is little doubt that between October and June the loss to the owner who holJs them is not less than thirty-three per cent Timothy Fall Seeding. J. II. Chandler of Norfolk, Ohio, gives in the Ohio Farmer, his experience in this direction, as follows: Ibav3 practiced it to some extent, and all things considered, I rjgard it as the best tlma. I have never failed to get a . good stand, at the rie...

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 October 1875

2. V. POLZ, U. T. POLX. D. 0- SELL. T&E BULLETIN IS TCSIilkHKD KTEBT FKIDA.T MOUSING, Br : II. M.;POIiK '& CO. JoojljI v V !R, BULLETIN SUBSCRIPTION I One Year $ 1 50 Si- "TfftTfca . i on M I WA VU .--. ..... s Thxes XIcnths..... ........ ...... Subscriptions must be paid in advance. 75 ESTABLISHED 1865. BOLIYAR, TENN., OCTOBER 28, 1875. VOL. XI. NO. 13. Dolirar Business , Directory, Business Cards, not exceeding 3 lines, inserted in this Directory, at f 6 00 per annum. sasna&.ngxi.s. Dry Goods. ADAMS, W ELLON S & CO., west side public square, Bolivar Tenn. ARMISTED & POLK, Bills block, east side public square ,Bolivar,Tenn. NEILSON & BItO., west side publio square, Bolivar, Tenn. HKAHN & SONS, southwest corne r public square,' Bolivar, Tenn. -' ARKIN8 & DURUis-TT, corner Mar ket and Main street, Bolivar, Tenn. J. A!-: WlLiON," south side , publio square, Bolivar, Tena. !TIcrVA.TIEE & STARK, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, LaGRANGE, TENNESSEE. Are C...

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 October 1875

r lolhrar ullttm. H. M. POLK & CO., Eds. THURSDAY, . OCTOBER 28 1875 NOTICE. Those of cur subscribers who ficd an X mark on the margin of "their " 1 1 ' . I ., paper, win khqw inai tr.ey owe us ior 8uD8criDtion, anil an early remit tance will be thankfully received, as we are very much in need of the money AILE THEY SAFE LEADEES? - Outside of the currency question, there lias been no prosperity under Republican rnle. The history of legislation under the manipulations of this party is a his tory of stupendous follies, dangerous ex periments, unjust el isa legislation. Legis lation for the purpose of perpetuating a ! sectional party, legislation secured through corruption in the interasts of rings and monied corporations, legisla tion ignoring the constitution, leei-dation tending to augment the powers of the federal government into a practical des potism at the expense of the States, locil government and tha people. Legislation and executive promnciamentos rendjr iog military sup...

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 October 1875

Mississippi Central R. U. TrtSnt pui Bntirar follow! Mail TBAin.Sootn i 11 pm: North, 3 on r m JbXrtEM TBAIB. heath. 2 Oti. 4 . North .35 A M ,. freight train.Soutb 1 a h; North, (CUl . d Jo do 9 03 am: do 4 15PM - Mail trtlirni rery day. Coaaection ! wad by the aonthward bound Mail an Exprtu train Grand Junetlon with train a tha M. C K aad by (ha name trains doing aarth at Jackaoa, T.. with tram on tba M. O. R. R. Tha abova aehadala tag effect Jnac 6th, 1875. GZd. T.I, DTJCArJ, Agent LOCAL DIRECTORY jTjuici-ai.. rOIT VTY COURT. lames H IlnrrU 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 3d Monday in March, July and November. CHANCERY COURT.- II. J. Living stone. Chancellor. Jas. Fentress, Jr. Clerk and Master. Court meets 2d Mon' day in January and July. E.EI.IGIOTJ3. PRESBYTE RI AN CH U RCII. Rev N. K. South,. Pastor. Services every Sabbath at 10J a. ni. and 7 p. m. Sing ing fo...

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 October 1875

Sensitiveness cf Hilk. Aa an illustration of the extreme sens itiveness cf milk, it may be stated that a large percentage of .the sewage of Lon don is used in the irrigation of meadows near the metropolis. The irrigation with sewage matter increases wonder fully the productiveness of the soil, and especially its production of all sorts of grasses. When meadows and pastures ore so irrigated the production of milk per acre is increased four or five fold. Recently the question has arisen as to whether the quality of the milk made from the graps produced upon ground irrigated with the sewage was equal to that produced from the grass grown upon ordinary lands. And it was found that milk made from the sewage grass became ransid in thirty-six hours, and that batter made from this milk also Decame rancid much sooner than butter made from ordinary milk. It was aleo r . iouna mat there may be a material terial alteration in the composition of ne milk, while the most delicate analy eis would f...

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. — 4 November 1875

' H. V. POLK, Jff. T. POLK. D. 0 BEIL THE BULLETIN IS PUBLlSHEIiE VERT TH CRSDAT MOKX1KO, Bf U. M. POLK & CO. THE BULLETIN I3ook and Job Rooms w if v A l 7 A TP- BIT" "T . U nTTvr I I 1J J y . .in We desire to inform our friends that we are prepared to do all kinds CF JO IB WORK ON SHORT NOTICE. SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $1 50 :::::::z 1 Z Subscriptions must be paid in advance. Bolivar Business Directory. Business Cards, not exceeding 3 lines, inserted in this Directory, at $6 00 per annum. Cry Goods, DAMi?, WELLONS "& CO., west side public squnre, Bolivar Tenn. A RMISTED & POLK, Bills block, east side public square ,Bolivar,Tenn. N EILSON & BUO.,. west side public square, Bolivar, ienn. H.KAHN & SONS,' southwest corner public square, Xi-.Uvar, Tenn. HARKING DURttii'iT, comer Mar ket and Maic streets, Bolivar, Tenn. J A. WILSON", south side publio square, Bolivar, Tena. Groceries. 2 & CO ,"' Mair T W. TATE & CO ,"' Main street, west - nil side. public squar...

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. — 4 November 1875

XGVEMBEU 4, 1S5. NOTICE. Thoee of our subscribers who find an X mark on the margin of their paper, will know that they owe- us for Bubseribtion, nnd nn earJy remit tance will be thankfully received, as we are very much in need of the money. COLORADO. . An election for members to a conven tion to form a constitution and State government has just taken place in Ctl ordo. The election will take place in January next. The constitution which may be adopted lnu.st be duly certiEed to the President of the United States, where upon it is made his duty by law, (provi ded congress finds the government is re publican,) to issue hi9 proclamation de claring the State admitted into the Union on equal footing with the original States without any further action whatever on the part of Congress. She will then take part in the next Presidential elec tion, having three electorial votes. "We give space to-day in our editorial columns to a subject of much interest to our readers generally, and particula...

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. — 4 November 1875

Bllssissippi Central It. H. Trala pu BiltTr at followi Km TM".Soatu 1 H r m ;.. North. 3 no r M .Exfieks Team. Hoath. 2 06. 4 , North ;.35 & ir.igbt train.tjouth 1.25 A u; North, ((111) am 4o do 9.3 am; do s 15 P M Mi) train rn eery day. Connection, is wads by tha aoathward bound M all an Exproaa train a Grand Josetion with traina an the M. (U.H and by th aama traina going north at Jackacs, T".. with trminaan the Bl. O. tt. K. Tb.i afaore achodaia takaa affect jane 6th, 1875. QUO, Z,;DUQAXr( Age-sit LOCAL DIRECTORY ; JUDICIAL. COUNTY COURT. lames B. H arris, Chairman. W. C. Dorion, Clerk. Court meets firBt Monday in each month. CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas J. Flip pin, Judge. J. .M. Richardson, Clerk. Court meets 3d Monday in March, July and November. CHANCERY COURT. II. J. Living utone. Chancellor. Jaa. Fentress, Jr., Clerk and Master. Court meets 2d Mon day in January and July. HZXIGIOTJS. PRESBYTERIAN CBURCII. Rev N. K. Smith, Pastor. Services every Sabbath at 10ia. ui. and Ik p. in...

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. — 4 November 1875

As ott as col! pork and Leans vraa ? the universiil Sunday dish of church go - - ing New England, her orthodoxy was cs unquestionable as that of Calvin or John Knox. Neither the cloudy meta physiea tf the Germanized philosophers nor the cold creed of Unitarian ism stood any chance in New England as lon as pork and beans was the domestic repre sentative of the New England Sunday, ince it has rstreated to the rural dis tricts, and ie is to be found only in his torical farm houses and at cross roads, where the innovations of this ago of wickedness are hardly heard of, ortho doxy hag declined. Playing at Hanging. The little children of a gentleman liv, ingbear Maryvilie concluded a few days eince to have a little fun by playing Webb. The arrangements as made and agreed to by all concerned were about as follows: A Sheriff was named, who w'as to do the hanging ; one of the party agreed to be John Webb, who was to be hanged by the Sheriff, and after he had hanged enough he was to halloo th...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
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