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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 16 December 1875

THE BULLETIN THE BULLETIN IS mLiaBED XTTBY THCBSDAI S0B51N0 - ; t i - - i BI ' : :Hi'::M.l.Poik Co.. T3TT Boole and Job Rooms? We desire to inform our friends tkf we are prepared to do all kinds job work: ON SHOE? WOTICE. ; , subscription: itte Year:.-...- U 50 "Six Heaths 1 00 Three Honths...... 75 j Subscriptions must be paid in advance. ESTABLISHED 18G5. BOLIVAR, TENN., DECEMBER 10, 1875. VOL. XL NO. 20. Memphis prices duplicated Jor Cash. xl jst rets, --"Hi t. rair; - d. o bell. I AT A R LPTTI T 17 EsHyar Easiness Directory. . i . .w.i-U' . - Business Cards, tot exceeding 3 lines, inserted in Libia Directory, at $6 00 per annum. 'Dry Oocds, ADAMS,- W ELLON S & CO., west aide public square. Bolivar Tenn. i L . 1 ; A RM.13TED ST POLK, Bills block, east side puoiic square, uouvur, i tuu. TEILSON & BRO., west sida public square, Bolivar, Tenn. HKAHN & HONS, southwest corner public square, Bolivar, Tenn. r . . i - . I i : i ' HAHKISS & DUKKaTT, corner Mar Vet sod ilai...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 16 December 1875

Balfour SBttiUtw. n. M. POLK, 11. t. polk, DECEMBER 1C; 18?5. NOTICE All account due the firm of II. M. Polk & Co., contracted since July 24, 1875, must be settled by note or oth erwise, by January 1, 1876, m the pres cct co-partnership will be dissolved on that dav. "WANTED To purchase a half in terest in a good Weekly Paper, by a Printer who has had many years experi ence in all tho different branches of the newspaper business. Vould prefer a jwtnor who is also a printer, Reffer ence given and required. Address, with terms and copy of paper, D, O, BELL, Bolivar, Tenn, NOTICE. ' Those cf' our subscribers who find en X mark on the margin cf their pnper, will' know that they owo ns for subscription, nnd nn early remit tance will be thankfully received, as we are "very much in need of the money. R. E- MEETING. The c;tizens of Bolivar and vicinity are invited to attend a Railroad meeting at the Court House on Friday evening December 17th, at 6 o'clock p. m. A number of speakers hav...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 16 December 1875

, - ' Mississippi Central R. R. -i - ' ; TraJoa Bolivar ae follow. MalL TAl ,Satti 2 52 ru:... Isorth. 2-.'.2 p M jpirrfi J K, eWtitfc, S7.. a., Knrta...,. 10 Si ' i-ofehf traii4,riouth 1 i' AM; North, 's 1-3 a ., 4 Jo da 9.1.3 am; , do 5 15PM. (j-llii) trttetaMmr; day. Connection i.ua. by ih. .outhw.rd boatid Mail an Zipreaaaraio a brand Junouoa with train. a the 11. C. li and by the um train, going north at J ack.ua, . . 3"e-, with traiuaoatba 31. U. B. H. - - oot oAdola take, effect 'ot 19. 1875. - GHOt 3UGAIJ, Agrcat Lo'eiii'bfiiEeTORy . r: - . ... .t COUNTY COLW. JamesR. Harris, Chairman. C. Dorion, Cle rk. Court mecta first Monday ia each month. ' CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas J. Flip. fin, Judge.. - J.-M. Richardson, Clerk, lourt meets 3d. Monday jn Match, July " ad November , , CHANCERY COURT.- II. J, Living stone. t Chancellor, t i Jaa. Fentress. Jr. Clerk and Master. Court meets 2d Mori 'iaylcL'Jannary andVulyC-. !--: -ZS.SLZOZOT73. ' BAPltST'CllURCII. Services on .;thff first Bon...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 16 December 1875

jXem pliis A.d vo r t i se m a 21 ts J INGRAM & McGLAETY. Miscellaneous Advertisements. 1S75 BOTICE -1875 BAtrnoADJi. i ' ' V - ft V 1 1 V J. H. Successors MARTIN & CO to Martin Wfiolesale AND COTTON SOS Tront Street Bast 21 3 a ESTES FIZER AND CO., Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors 11 1-2 and 13 Union St- IVXempliis Z. , N. ESTES gives bis undivided attentioa to the CottoX Department, while J. C. Fizer Las charge of the Grocery Department. Xo larger or better stock in Memphis. Thoy do an exclusive Wholesale Job business, and will not be under sold by an? llpuao in Memphis. oct 8 6m A B TREADWELL, A. C. TREADWELL WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS ""ilSySSM?81: MEMPHIS, TENN. J, E. HANDLE, Formerly of Handle & lleath. J. W. HEATH, Formerly of Handle & and J. W, Ueath, & RANDLE, HEATH & LIVERMORE, (Successors to J. 7. Heath Co.) ' PEOPRIETORS OFTHE CHICKASAW IRON WORKS. vo. os; si2co.tirsTJti;g;T, jttEJttpjiis teawessee TirANUFAClUltERSOF COTTON PRESSES...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 23 December 1875

22. h. rCLK. SI. T. PGLr. . D.O BELL. THE BULLETIN IS.Pt-BUSIlED XVERT TIICKSDAY MOUSING UV H. M. POLK & Co. THE BULLETIN Book and Job Rooms We desire ta inform our friends that we are prepared to do all kinds OF JOB WOEK ON SHORT? NOTICE. T 17' nn J U J II A II y. H IQOi'H I1 T A P TnTT JL.-JL. N SOTScmrTioi? : Oas Year. N 50 tlx Xlcnthi..... 1 00 Three Hontlis ?5 ' Subscriptions must be pa A in adcance. Bolirar ' Easiness Directory. . Business Card, not exceeding 3 lines, inserts in this Directory, at 00 per annum. ESTABLISHED 18G5. BOLIVAR, TENN., DECEMBER 23, 1875. VOL. XL NO. 21. Memphis prices duplicated Jor Cash. mm 'iWii' ii' inirw. "MTi II a Dry Goods, 'A DAMS, WISLLONS & C(, west 'Vide public fqnre, B..Iivur Tenn. AHMISTED fc I'OLK, Bill block, east side public square.BoHvar.Tcnn. "VrEIION & VAiO., west side public square, Bolivar, Tenn. HK.AHN t SOSH, southwest corner public square. Bolivar, Tenn. HAKKINS & DUKKfcTT, corner Mar Jtet and Muit street,. Jioli...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 23 December 1875

IT. M. POLK, j M. T. POLK, j EDITS- DECEJIRER. 23, 1S75. Willi thi3 issue, our connection with the Bulletin ceasos. I wish to retain thanks to the citizens of this place for courtesies shown me. When I came to Bolivar, 1 thought I was permanently located; but Providence seems to will it otherwise, for the present at least, and perhaps for the best; bub I hope, to come before you again, 'ere long, asking a continuance of your patronage. Sincerely, D. O. Bell. NOTICE All accounts due the firm of IT. II. Polk & Co., contractad since July 24, 1S75, must be settled by note or oth erwise, by January 1, 1870, as the pres ent co-partnership will be dissolved on that day. NOTICE. Those of our subscribers who find an X mark on the margin of their taper, will know that they owo as for subscription, and an early remit tance will be thankfully received, as we nre very much in need of the money. Hi Upon Whom Will the Benefits or Injury of the Railroad. Tax Fall? Jn tho world we live in no man...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 23 December 1875

gnlhrar gnllcim. Friday came in freezing cold. Mejor Tom Allison and Mr. Will Uoote are io tovn on a vYit. Welcome, gentle m a. We have eot received a turkey as yet, Vat bave the next thing to it, an im mense bead of cabbage. Children, be mre and bang up your stockings, and if your stockings are too mall fiang up your pap's boots. About 94 weddings will come off in this place during the next ten days.-Ob, luieery I According to prbmiee we give oar readers a good paper thia week about sixteen coiutnna ot reading matter. To oca Scbjcribers. All Bubscrip, tiona not paid by the let of February 1876, will be' charged at the rate cf 12.00 per year. We have a communication signed ' District Five." It can't go in without the true name, and it id a good letter too. Mr. O. A. Swinebroad was in Mem phis the for cr art of this week purchas ing farrituro with which to fit up the hotel Willie is a lad of parts. The girls must guard well their hearts When ho appears in biue cravat, lie's not the b...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 23 December 1875

JOSH ON THE WAH PATH. J BY ERXI. Josh In his last communication has been leased to characterize " Kelieenf ed" aa belonging to the class i.f e picy Dewppapar articles. Upon reviewing: his last I cut utteily at a loss how to cl isrifj it, indeed it seems to be a regulir Sal magundi in which is eandw'uche J S.itino, humor, grave admonitious about trll'ng the truth, aaJ any amount of verbosity This literary child was even sent out in to the world without a name. Talking about truth reminds Erni that . Jos1i Las failed to prove tha fa!gitp of a siniili incident in his msra oralis heiri from the weddin c bee. Erni was will aware from the beginning that he -wax playing w ith the business end of a wasp, but licla did he thick that tiiis first child of his imagination, this little un . fledged , bantling would be fo pounced ' upon by the old eagle of the mountain. "Upon reading Josh's article, his Grot sensations were somewhat akin to those man might be eur posed to experienae, who had been...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 6 January 1876

THE BULLETIN, THE BULLETIN" Boolv and Job Rooms 13 PUBLISHES EVE2Y f al-ESDAT HO&XIS Gr H. M. POLK- & . Co.V 1 1 x 1 i i t Jibjiij jl JL We desire te inform oar friendi that we are prepared to do all kind OF J"OB "W O R K on snoriT ttotice. a 1 1 f :- : t ' - , f suiiscnirTiou": Six Heaths a 00 Tkree MoatI;s...."...:.. 75 EulicriptiC,7isinuiit he paid in acZxz?ice. VOL. XL BOLIVAR, TENN., JANUARY G, 1870. NO. U. Chicago iisucs 140 eeriala. A brigade of thirty mea edit the Inter Eixty-geven journalsjire now published ia Russia. , . , ' i V. ' .' . , The list of Memphis Bewsbojs nam bers thirty-four. ,- ; "Navy Llue baa supplanted brown for children's wear. ... ! . A complete index,, to. the London Times is now being compiled. There Mfe.ellayoa'e. fashionable jourv nala published in Paris. Mr! llobert'Bonnes.'of the New York Ledger, ia cow in the South, v There ere shout 550 daily newspapers pulishel ia the United States., i. ? i I t IToIyoke, Massachusetts, hasbogunto eend pa...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 6 January 1876

n. m. POLK, M. T. POLK, EDITORS. Tweed, junior, said: "Go father, you can't fare worse." The regular New Year's reception at the White House was a notable affair. CcDgrees has done nothing of impor tance thus far, except adjourn for the hol idays, Hon. V. J. Stone has been elected speaker of the Kentucky House of Rep resentatives. Commodore Vanderbilt was yesterday elected President of the Canada South ern Railway. The President declares that he will Teto any bill that may pass Congress jooking to the reduction of the army. Prof. Tice, of Cincinnati, predicts that this country willjbe visited, the 10th of January, by the most severe storm ever known. The Milan Exchange man missed his Christmas turkey and oysters. Poor fel low 1 we reckon he feels turkey hollow and oyster hungry till yet. Caseins M, Clay takes time by the forelock by quietly announcing himself as a candidate for Vice-President on the Dem ocratio ticket According to Kate Field, the purpose of American clergymen in vis...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 6 January 1876

3i. U!2:!ss!ppl Central R. II. Wn. Tti.bootfi-6i ...north, J.S2r m faun Ti, (oatb. 237.. A M, North . .-10 i 31 Ji4 tri.8otith 1.24 A M;... ..North. 13 do .0T A : '' jparMl!trir..T.ry jr. ... ,.- ooeea i hu tjr tno moic" --. d & kr tho ..a traiM goi ' "" Toa.; with triinooo. tho U. O.h Iht b0T ch4lo tkf tfftet Jior 19. Is75- CSO EX, DUadlJ, Agent LOCAL DIRECTORY COUNTY COURT. James B. Harris, Chairman. W. C. Dorioo, Clerk. Court meets arct Monday in each month. CIRCUIT COURT. Thomas J. Flip pin, Judge. J. M. Richardson, Clerk. Court meeta-Sd Monday in March, July bad NoTember. CHANCERY" COURT. IT. J. Living tone. Chancellor. Jas. Fentress, Jr. Clrkand Master. Court meets 2d Mon lay in January and July. ubIiIqiousT BAPTIST CHURCH. Services on the first Sunday cf each month at 10J a. m- and 6J p. m., by the Rev. Levin Bavage.. Sabbath school at Si a, m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev N. K. Smith, Pastor. Services every Sabbath at 10J a. ra.and 71 p. m. Sinjr ing for the children every ;...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 6 January 1876

olww mxhixx Why Some Farmers are Ppr. . The greatest agent to produce poveity among ' farmera or any' fether class la' debt Many fanners will get a deed of a email pioeo.of aadj, enough.- ,to support them-selves and families, and' lay by a gmall incoaie. Cut that i3 not sufficient. They rpn !u debt for mora land, and be come a slave- to 'debt They pay an inter eat on mousy borrowed, which will soon consume the Jittle'prcperty "they possess. They often pay higher than ten per cent-? -feulh :prdceeJiDg3 engender a spirit of discontent, und ' they lose faith in farming end try to sell their farms in order to git "to tcim: end enter intaoth er business. "In-nine cases but of ten every fArinc? Svho' ia doing 'well," that goes to town, fails outright. Haying no faith in farming, or ' haviBgno breadth of understanding,' they buy the poorest tools and meanest etcck, and drive poor teams before poorer wagon3 and agricul tural maclnery In the fall ani winter they feed poorly, just feeding eno...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 13 January 1876

TH EJBV Ll-KTI N .11 fCBLUJBD.EVEflT TSUKiDA 5l"-lSiMO BT - -J - H. IJtf POLK ; Co. THE BULLETIN Boole and Job Booms rm-TT IffllT-II ft i j 1 JL-J We deeire to inform our friends tha we are prepared to do all kinds or -JOB WOEK ON SHORT NOTICE. VOL. XL BOLIVAR, TENN., JANUARY 13, 1876. NO. 2i Memphis prices duplicated jor Cash. lift 'VDUBSCEIPTION I . "T One Year Three II oaths.. - SM6erf;oni tVjiafj i France. There wiU b 3 Sundays in this year. Tbe richest man in Vermont only oudU trifle over 1100,000 , ' Through sleeping cars are now run ning from Washington to New Orleans without change.'. . China bad fire brigades long before any other nation. All their mandarins runwiththe machine - ht. Lambert offers a reward of $1000 to any one bo will show Ida a wan over 110 year old. :- - Three Michigan editors have left tbei r offices for the pulpit during the last year: ' ' imi '" ,' '. .-1- It is proposed to hold "en exhibition illustrating electric science1 and it aj pli cations la Tari...

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 January 1876

IT. M. POLK, I -DITirj M. T. POLK, 1 Gold opened in New York yesterday fit 11 3 J acd closed J lower. CbaDcery Court meet in Jackson on next Monday. The Kinsjhta of Honor hive recentl y orjanizel in Jackson. The State Grar.ge meets at Jackson the 31 Wednesday in February. George II. Soward has been appoin ted minister to China. The Supreme Court is in session at Kashville. Judge John C. 'Ferris rejoices over his new-born. It is a boy. Benedict Brothers, the celebrated New York jewelers, have failed. Sir Anthony Rothschild died in Lon don on the 4th. Dr. Glenn of California rea ized 1280,- 000 on liia wheat crop last vear. - Tennessee has 94 counties with an aggregate schola6tio population of 936,631. Tennessee bonds were unchanged in New York yesterday, closing at 42J for oew and 44 for old. Hon. J. II. Jamison, of Rutherford county, recently married Miss Ivey, of Murfreesboro. Cotton ruled dull in New York, yes terday closing at 13 516aje. for kmid dling uplands. Congressional elec...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 13 January 1876

Jloai Affairs. Mississippi Cestral It. R. Traiaa 5 BHr to"" , Mail Tai.s.b-J ' v ,fS ' 2--0, P " . 4 do iAi SIS'" ja-SlailtnsjaroBiaTary .fc . M.ii C.ertio :. u4 r tta.aobwa- bmi Mail a, Xr a. evraal Jnactioa train. thjM J. K M bT th train, going aorth at Jaoaaon, Tni. wr.h traiB.OBtti. 1. - . The abo Kadalatak.. aCect o 19. IS. 5. CSO, r.X, DTJGAII, Agent LOGA L. " D I R EGT O RY COUNTY COURT. 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 Match, July and November CHANCERY COURT. 13. J. Living tone. Chancellor. Jas. Fentress, Jr. Clerk and Master. Court meets 2d Mon lay in January and July. . :Xt2GXOtrs. BAPTIST CHURCH. Services on the first Sunday of each month at 10 m. had 6 p. m., by the Iter. Levin Savage. Sabbath school at 8 a. m. PKESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Kev N. K. Smith, Pastor. Services every tiabbath at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m. Hng inn for the children ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 13 January 1876

1$oHpr gnlletm. Very Useful Girls. It i not often at th? present d.ir, that we fin-J jouu indie ijilbig tuoir rery haoda.with iuaou.il libor, their energies being 'iiore often exertel solely in eecor ing the proper tansioi of a "pia-bc k," or the proper adjostrn-int of their "baci hair." NotaLla exception to this pen eral rule are the Misses Purdj, of Long Vallj. A Besides, being pested in all that pertains to elagancs in dress, they van, and do, of en harness and drive horacs of their own breaking, and, io case of emergence, mount the reaper and draw as steady a line oyer o pair of colts as the" best among the '"so-called" lords of creation. This jear they are in the potato business on a email scale Last spring tbey prccored Ere pounds of choice varieties, to-wit: Snow. Flake , one pound; Eureka, one pound; Erown wrell's JJeauty, , three pounds. , They planted this seed, hoed it themsel res and dug 517 pounds cf pplendid potatoes as th result. Ooe pound Snow Flake yielded eighty-tw...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 20 January 1876

ft. ! ' I Tiie Bulletin. KATES OF ADVERTISING. On inch, one insertion . fcscij jubwijueut insert un......-..... ...... I 00 O a HACQH, HARM & CLARK.! a I 1 lack. 1 1 2 () I ( 4 .; i 5 i to 2 lnrl.cn.... 4 oi j s mi I 8 Ol j 12 Inehs I ft 00 II Ol I 1 t i M 00 '(column... M ) i IS Ac IJ w 23) S col am n.. I 1.'. fi 2 2.1 ' Mm 1 column ... I ;"! f.1 to I 41 W ft" '- U iu 2 0) 25 35 CO 6-1 OT ! to SUBSCRIPTION. One Year l 50 Six Slonths ... I 00 Throe Month 7. KubxcrijitiojiH iiiiift he iid in alvaace." AxNorw nritT.-Annnoncins tb ra ot Vr- vi for a Cuttotv office. J ; Stte Office, 10 ; FeJeral Office, ij. Invariably in !vuc. VOLUME XI. BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1S70. ..eiiiimu-i, .Mjriiair. Kirth and Ita notlcc so licited, mad will ob w iilijgjy iiuertsd fre of cbarK'. Ohitunri.'tt. Max. uic mi. I othr Bocietr notice of NUMBER 25. deaths, fit., ill bu charged ta cent r Una. "P yr - y nr it i r 'a i-i j 1 1 y .A krC t - e m ri w JO JLJ1 if I fj- I ; .... v ; Tlf.lCL...

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 January 1876

I ctar Bulletin. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1875 GFO HARDIN, Ja, K. D. MACON, I Editors. VV ub the uriitiijriiicu a uihuc, t -ciiities ki mil j afforded u, we have rea son to believe that this paper may be uade a grand success, and only bope hat we may merit the favors that our 'atrona seem so anxious to bestow upon Geo. flAams. Lcther Clark. N. D Macoh. VALEDICTORY. With this igiue tf the P.clletiji our connection temporarily ceascb. For ever ten yerrs the Uv lletix has been a living institution in your midst, endeav oring to promote the material intsresta of the people of the county. You hare built it up, and you have euatained it. In return, it h, and will, endeavor to promote jour prosperity, and the inter est of the Dcmocratic-ComervaUja party Harmony in this party, which alone can eave our imperildd institutions, has, dar irg this long period, prevailed. May every good citiaenseek its unity, and , frown upon all attempts to eow divisions among the members ef that party which alone ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 20 January 1876

t ran ,suaizz r-i or? oral Affairs. THURSDAY, JAN OAKY 20. 1S76. TTTANTED Club amenta far this paper. ' Terms Liberal. TVT ANTKD., M ercriuntA to know thai this is the best advertising iaed Jam in West Tennessee. WANTED Alitaatiun, by an ffi- cient hook keeper to keep boks et nirtt. Good references ciren. Aril at this office. jat.'20-lt TirAN'lED Our f-ubecribers to know T that cne of the 'editors of tliie fa pr, tho has a large mouth, is tiw chewing rnps to make paper, and that we are doing oar own work and manufac turing our own paper and can aflird to pint the largest and best newspaper in West Tennessee for $1 50. WANT ED A Figlitin Editor for this paper. No c ne need app'y un less he bus been to Ttxas and eK-r.s fr-'iind Mountain in Altbauia, and don i mind hitching with fix men at once and l aving hi pericranium bat into a firt-r clans uinc pie, and is williog tole an eye or two in order to cgtabbab tbarep btation of thia paer us being ready to buik op whatever it may tay. FOR...

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 January 1876

SfWiaSaa LOW IN BELAYS. IThe following nuatnt, but forcible vent, are by i:.de.rt Cou .dwell, a Catholic poet of the rtigo ot .iiii'h axecuied at Tyburn for hi religion ia tb year 1JJ6.J Shun delays, they breed remorse, Take thy time, while time Is lent th' e ; Creeping a-jails haTe weakest force, i'ir tiicir fault, leaf, thou repent the) ticxxl la beet when sooneet wrought, lingering labor come to naught Hoist up sail while pile doth laet, Tide and wiud stay no mau'a pleaeu S k not time whea time is paat. Sober 8)ed is wisdom's leisure ; Aiter-wits are dearly bo.igbt. Let thy fore-wit guide thy thought. Time wenrs all his locks before. Take thnu bold upon his forehead ; When be flies be turns no more. And behind bis scalp is naked : Works adjourned have tunny slays, Long demurs breed new delays Seek thy s&1t while sore is frreen, Fester'd wounds ask deeper lancing ; A f ter cures are seldom seen. Often sought, scarce ever chancing :J Time and place give be -it advice, Out of se...

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