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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 29 June 1876

ARM I STEAD BROS., Editors and Proprietors. BOLIVAR. TENN , JUKE 29, 1876 N1TI0NAL DEMOCRATIC CON VENTION. Latest Intelligence From St. Louis. Samuel J. Tilden Rowicaled en Second Ballot. The Convention Then Adjourned Until Ten O'Clock This Horning. Mr. John Hughes, the intelligent and obliging telegraph operator at this f oint, vevy kindly furnished our office t a late hour last night with the follow ing result of the lalluting thus far Lad in the Convsntios: ct. Liocia, June 2a, 9 o clock P. M FI 1ST BALLOT. Tilden, 419J Hendricks, 122J Thurman Hancock, 75 liayard, 33 Davis, Parker 18 Allen, 56 IJroadhead, -19 SECOND BALLOT. Tilden, 535 Hendricks, CO Thurman 22 Hancock, 59 Bayard 11 Davis Parker 18 Allen 51 The National Democratic Convention was called to oruer ut noon on Tuesday by Augustus Schell, of New York, who eloquently counseled conciliation and unity in tho party and declared that to meet the present contraction-policy of the Republicans, it is the duty of the De mocracy ...

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. — 29 June 1876

The Bulletin. THURSDAY,, JUNE 20 WANTS- TTJTAKTED Club agents for this paper. ' Terms LiberaL WANTED., Merchants to know that thia is the best advertising medium in West Tennessee. CANDIDATES. WE are authorized to announce W. V. FARLEY as a candidate for the office of !Shrifii of llardeman county, at the ensuing election August next. WE are authorized to announce ALEX F. YOl'P as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Hardeman county. Election August next. WE are authorized to announce J. I. SIMPSON as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of llardeman county at the ensuing election, August next. WE are authorized to announce J. C. SAVAGE as a candidate for re election to the office of Trustee of Harde man county. Election next August. WE are authorized to announce JAMES McCANN for the offioe of Trustee of Hardeman county, at the en duing election, August next WE are authoiized to announce A. P. TILLER as a candidate for re-election to the office of Constable of the Sixth District...

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. — 29 June 1876

The Bulletin. PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY. THE FARM. RATS DESTROYING CROPS. A Iioss of 10,000 Sacks of Wheat in One Field. We have heard rumors for the last two wtcks 01 me aepreuiitions ot aa army o rats, and upon inquiry we find these re f orts to be true. The greatest damage done yet is on the boutlier ranch, on the border or Kern Lake. The first field ti their operations was one of a hun dred acres of wheat. This was the near est to the lake, and cave promise of yield of not l;a than fifty bushels to the acre. I Lis was totally destroyed almos weiore proprietor was aware that any thioi; was the matter. They then ad vnced and began on another field cf 400 acres, but Mr. Souther determined to dispute this with the rats, and irame uiately threw his mowers into this field una proceeded to cut the wheat for liar. He will probably by ibis means save half ti Lis crop tor hay. 'lhe disaster has been a perious one to him, and it is much to be regretted. This is the first iittempt to raise w...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 29 June 1876

DELINQUENT TAX LIST 1875. supplement continued fee one doll cols fee Cfty cts total seven do! Is ard fifty-four cts. Jordan Emily thirteen acres val eev cr.tv-five doll. tax sixty -seven cts penalty nine cts print fee cne doll elks fee one doll cols fee fifty cts total three dolls and twenty-six cts. . Jackson 1) A one huni acrs val five bund dolls tax six dolls and fifty cts pen nlty seventy-eigt t cts prints fee ena doll oiks fee one doll col fee fifty cts total nine dolls and seventy-eight cts. Laughlin 11 J four hund and one and a third acrs val eleven hund dolls sur dis ten range one sec two tax twelve dolls and ninety cts penalty one doll and fifty four cts prints fee one doll elks fee one doll cols fee fifty cts total sixteen dolls and nine'y-fonr cts. Lineberry J two hund acrs val seven Lund and seventy-five dolh tax eight dolls and ninety-eight cts penalty one doll and seven cts prints fee one doll elks fee ona doll cols fee fifty ets total twelve dulls and fifty-five cts. ...

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 July 1876

T n i a Vol. XI. No. 49. BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY G, 1876. $1.50 per Annum. .BQJLIV A JR BULLETIN it r i ii 1! PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. GEO. V7. ARMISTEAD, WEST. S. ARM1STEAD, Editors and Proprietors. This Journal is pub lished in a populous and highly productive section of WEST TEIOTESSEE. Is a candidate for a still lamer share of public PATRONAGE. VALUABLE ADVERTISING MEDIUM. IT IS The Farmer's Paper, The Merchant's Paper, The Mechanic's Paper, The Professional Man's Paper, The Politician's Paper AND THE PAPER FOR EVERYBODY. TERMS 01 SUBSCRIPTION. One Year ,..$1 50 Six Montiis , I 00 Tut.ek Months M 75 Cnsh in Advance RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Inch, one insertion Each subsequent insertion 1 00 so O c re in E o c 1 inch ;$ 3 00 $ 4 00;$ r 00-$ 8 00 12 f0 2 Indies: 4 00: R 00: 8 00 : pi r0 ;i Inched o 00: H 00: 10 00: 17 00 col. ; 10 00- 12 50: 15 00 1 22 50 i ool. i 15 00. 20 00 25 00 :5 00 25 00 35 00 r.o oo 100 00 1 col. 25 00: 35 00: 45 00: 50 00 Address ABMISTEAD BRO...

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. — 6 July 1876

The Bulletin lUmJSHED EVERY THURSDAY ARMISTEAD BROS., Editor3 and Proprietors. BOLIVAR. TENN , JULY 6, 1876 NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Far President, SAMUEL J, TILDEN, or New York. For Viee-President, Thomas A. Hendricks, of Indiana. County Convention. A Convention of the Democratic voters nf Hardeman county will assemble in Holivar on Saturday, tha 5th day of Au gust next, for the purpose of nominating n candidate for the Legislature ,and for se lecting delegates to attend the Floaterial Senatorial, Congressional and State Con ventions. A county executive committee will also be appointed to serve for the next two years. J. M. Hubbard, Chairman Executive Committee. LET ALL ASSIST IN TURNING THE WHEEL OF REFORM. Now that the delegated voice of the National Democracy has formally ex -pressed its solemn judgment that Til den and Hendricks are the men to rep resent the rarty in the present Presi dential campaign against the domina ting and corrupt Hayes and Wheeler Republicanism, it is...

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 July 1876

The Bulletin. THURSDAY,. JULY 6. WANTS. WANTED Club agents for this paper. TTTANTED.Merchants to know that m ' this ia the best advertising medium in Weet Tennessee. CANDIDATES. " WE are authorized to announce W. W. FARLEY as a candidate for the office of Shtnffi of Hardeman county, at the ensuing election August next WE art authorized to announce ALEX F. YOl'P as a candidate for the office of 8'ueriff of Hardeman county. Election August next. WE are authorized to announce J. I. SIMPSON as a candidate for the ofice of Sheriff of Hardeman county at the ensuing election, August next. WE ire authorized to announce J. C. SAVAGE as a candidate for re election to the office of Trustee of Harde man county. Election next August. WE are authorized to announce JAMES McCANN for the office of Trustee of Hardeman county, at the en suing election, August next. TU"E are authoiized to announce A. P. T1LLE11 as a oandidate for re-election to the office of Constable of the Sixth District, Hardeman co...

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 July 1876

THE FARM. Utilizing Fruit Tlie New Pro cess of Evaporation One Thou band Eushels Preserved in Twenty-Four Hours. The Wi'migton (Delaware) Commer cial says the great increase in fruit grow ing in Delaware, wLich was thought by many would outreach the demand, eeuis rot cnly to result in the opening of new avenues of transportation to new markets, but improved methods ( f condensation and preserving at home, bo that the poorest family in the land can hava fresh fruit the whole year round at a lesa coat than la now paid for the commonest article of food 'lhe new process of preserving fruit and vegetables by evaporation, though in it? infancy, lias developed sufficiently to Bhow that a great rcolutiou is to be iffected in house-keeping. One of the reporters of the Commer cial being in Middletown recently, call ed on the firm of Jackson, Pyle A Cox, who have just put in opperation in that town one of those establishments for preserving fruit by evaporation. The principal machinery is a st...

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 July 1876

BOLIVAR Jo U JL LjUi 1 1I 0 Vol. XL No. 50. BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1876. $1.50 per Annum. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. GEO. W. ARMISTEAD, WEST. 8. ARM1STEAD, Editors and Proprietors. This J ournal is pub lished in a populous and highly productive section of WEST TENNESSEE. Is a candidate for a still larerer share of public PATRONAGE. VALUABLE ADVERTISING MEDIUM. IT IS The Farmer's Paper, The Merchant's Paper, The Mechanic's Paper, The Professional Man's Paper, The Politician's Paper AND THE PAPER FOR EVERYBODY. TERMS 01 SUBSCRIPTION. One Year , fl Six Months I Three Moxtfis M Cash in Advance 50 00 75 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One inch, one insertion $1 Each subsequent insertion 00 50 O a to r3 B o fTuch ;$ y oo $ 4 00 $ r 00 8 00 $ 12 ro 5i Inches 4 00; 6 00: 8 00! 12 50 8 ()0; 10 00; 17 00 i uo 25 00 35 00 00 00 U Inches) t col. j col. i 1 cel. " 6 00 ; 10 00 12 50: 15 00; 22 50 15 00; 20 00; 35 00' 35 00 25 00: 35 00; 45 00; 50 00 100 00 Address ARMISTEAD BROS, Editors an...

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 July 1876

The Bulletin PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ARMISTEAD BROS., Editors and Proprietors. BOLIVAR, TENN., JULY 13, 1876 NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fer President, SAMUEL J, TILDEN, of New York. For Vice-President, Thomas A. Hendricks, oflndiana. County Convention. A Convention of the Democratic voters of Hardeman county will assemble in Bolivar on Saturday, tha 5th day of Au gust next, for tho purpose of nominating a candidate for the Legislature, and for se lecting delegates to attend the Floateria Senatorial, Congressional and State Con ventions. A county executive committee will also be appointed to serve for the nest two years. J. M. Hcbbakd, Chairman Executive Committee. LIGHT AHEAD FOR TENNESSEE. If there is any proposition which is SBsaeptible of complete ail easy dem onstration it is this: That the Southern States will never hereafter be so exclu sively agricultural in their pursuits and interests as they have been heretofore. Both the capital and labor system, of tha South were prost...

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 July 1876

The Builetini THURSDAY JULY 13. .XVAXT8. Ty ANTED Club agents Tor this paper.' " Terms Liberal. Ty ANTED., Mrebanta to know that ' T this is the be9f advertising medium in West Tennessee. CANDIDATES. WE are authorized to announce W. W. FA K LEY aa a candidate for the office of Shcriffi of Hardeman county, at the enening election August next. WE are authorized to announce ALEX F. YOI'P as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Hardeman county. Eleetion August next. WE are authorised to announce J. I. SIMPtiOXas a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Hardeman county at the ensuing election, August next. "yE are authorized to announce J. C. ' SAVAGE as a candidate for re election to the office of Trustee of Harde man county. Election next August. WE are authorized to announce JAM EH McCANN for the office of 1 rustee of Hardeman county, at the en duing election, August next. rE are authoiized to announce A. P. " TILLER as a candidate for re-election to the office of Constable of the...

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 July 1876

THE FARM. Sheep in England. England it the great sheep-producing ftuntry of the world, in proportion to its arable lands. Its sheep hare a valuable lleece and rooet valuable carcass. We can hardly believe that our own country will fail to follow in the same agricul tural methods in England, no far as the production of flesh, food and the fertiliza tion of the soil to make it produce j;rain are to be considered. England, with her dense population and great raanu faetunng cities, has found the sheep to be the most profitable animal to be fed vn her high priced lands "We End from - a reliable author that the Government statistics show that the Uritish Islands ara divided, agricultur ally speaking, as follows: One-third of the lands in rotation of cultivated crops, having grass lands that are seldom more than three years in grass until again cultivated; one third in permanent grass a large part of which was once under cultivation and tlie remaining third has received little or no attent...

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 July 1876

IB O Jij X JO vl J 11 a Iru JT 113s Vol. XI. No. 51. BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1876. $1.50 per Annum. J 1 1 Isttliitm. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, GEO. W. ARMISTEAD, WEST. B. ARM1STEAJD, -Editors and Proprietors. This Journal is pub lished in a populous and highly productive section of WEST TENNESSEE. Is a candidate for a still larger share of public PATRONAGE. VALUABLE ADVERTISING MEDIUM. IT IS" The Farmer's Paper, The Merchant's Paper, The Mechanic's Paper, The Professional Man's Paper, The Politician's Paper AND THE TAPER FOR EVERYBODY. terms oi subscription. One Year S'l 50 Six Months 1 00 Three Months - 75 Cash in Advance HATES OF ADVERTISING. Ono Inch, one insertion $1 00 Each subsequent insertion 50 t CO 3 S o o 2 B B O 5" of 3 o e "3 S3 o I Inch ;$ S 00 A 4 00; $5 00;$ 00 . 12 .r0 2 Inches; 4 00 ! 6 00i 8 00 :i Inches! fi 00: 8 00: 10 00 12 50 20 00 17 00 2-2 50 35 00 f0 00 rr oo 5 oo 00 00 100 00 icol. i 10 00: 12 50: 15 00 i col. ' 15 00; 20 00: 35 00 1 col. ") ...

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 July 1876

he Bulletin IUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ARMISTEAD BROS., Editors and Proprietors. BOLIVAR, TElflT., JULY SO, 1876 NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. . for President, SAMUEL J, TILDEN. of Sw York. For Vice-President, Thomas A. Hendricks, Clrtiiity Convention. A Convention of the Democratic roters of Hardeman county will assemble in Bolivar on Saturday, the 5th day of Au gust next, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the Legialature,and for se lecting delegates to attend the Flo&terial Senatorial, Congressional aad State Con Tentlons. A county executive committee "Will also se appointed to eerve for the atM two years. 3. M. Hcrbaid, Chairman Executive Committee. We are requested to state that the citizens of Civil District, No. 1., will hold a meeting at Grand Junction on Friday next, the 21st inst, and the citi xeni of Civil District, No. 10., at Sauls- !bury on Saturdey next, the 221 inst, for 'the purpose of selecting delegates to at tend the County Convention on the 5th of Aug...

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 July 1876

The Bulletin. THURSDAY .. JULY 20. WANTS. - .I., - " 1 WANTED Club agents for thia paper. Terras Liber! D yerchtnt9 to know that thia is the best advertising medium in Wait Tennessee. CANDIDATES, WE ara authorised to announce W. W. FARLEY as a candidate for the oSa or Shtnlli of Hardeman county, at the ensuing election August next WE are authorized to announce ALEX F. YOPP as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Hardeman county. Election August next. WE are authorized to announce J. I. SIMPSON m a candidate for the oEce of Sheriff of Hardeman county at tka enaning election, August next. WE are authorized to announce J. C. SAVAGE as a candidate Tor re ltion to the office of Trustee of Ilarde atn county. Election next August. WE are authorized to announce JAMES McCANN for the office of Trustee of Hardeman county, at the en suing election, August next. WE are authoiized to announce Al P. T1LLEU as a candidate for re-election to the office of Constable of the Sixth District, Hardema...

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 July 1876

THE FARM. Important Cotton Exhibit. Tl-.e following is taken from the Monthly Report of the Department of Agriculture for JtDev IS76. The June. returns indicate a slight reduction of arra in cotton, compara tively lata planting; good stands except in cases of too early planting or inunda tioD, growth not up to the average for the Heaeon. htalthy and improving condition, and clean culture with the exceptions caused by heavy rains that stimulate growth .nd prevent working. The largest local reduction in area has been in Louisiana, caused by the overflow and wet weather in planting season. The next largest is iii Tennessee, where the season has been cold and wet In cer tain districts in Texas there has been an effort to substitute com for cotton, but in one-fourth ot the counties there his been a poeitiva increase, and nearly halftfce remainder no decrease,, while the enlargement of the t-tal area of arable crops is rapidly inoreasing. The figures for acareage are aa follows; North Car...

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 July 1876

.1 mm maiM,inumjjm.-jj.artrf.i,:J,. iQfOsT TV A TP a u n 1 t Vol. XI. No. 52. BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 187G. 1. 50 per Annum. Y rUliLlSIIED EVERY THUKSDAY. GEO. W. AliMISTEAD, WEST. B. AliMISTEAD, Editors and Proprietors. This Journal is pub lished in a populous and highly productive section of Is a . candidate for a still larger share of public ii-M. Jtiii By .u. it si IT IS Tlie Farmer's Prper, TllO Merchant S l aper, ! The Mechanic's I n per. The Professional Man's Ponn,- The Politician's Paper i A i AND I II Fa r1 JL aii iltb FOli EVEIIYPOBY. TERMS 01 SUIiSCRlFTlOX. One Vkar Hix Months .... '1 hkke Months Cash ia Advance ....ST SO .... I 00 73 RATES 01 ADVEliTISIXC;. One !nc1i, one iiincrtioii $1 00 Each KUb.scquuut iiint-rtiou .'u (4. C c a c o 3 O c 1 Inch ;i J 00 4 00 5 00 H 00 V T.O 2 Inches: -100 li 00 " I-.T.0 12u OJ :t ln( lies li Ot) rtCi'lOOO 1 ; 00 !." 00 i-i-oi. i io co 12 ro .-oo 'j-i r.o :?r, o 4 col. i 15 oo: t.'i) oo -jr t o :c oo; m oo 1 col. 'jr o0...

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 July 1876

The Bulletin l'UnnsiIKI) EVERY THURSDAY ARMISTEAD BROS., Editors and Proprietors. EOLIVAK. TENN., JULY 27,1876 NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, SAMUEL J, TILDEN. er IYcv York. For Vice-President, Thomas A. Hendricks, of Indiana. County Convention. A Convention of the Democratic voters cf Hurderuan county will assemble in Bolivar on fc'uturday, the 5th day of Aa put next, for the purpose of nominating h candidate for the Legislature, and for se lecting delegates to attend the Floateria Senatorial, Congressional and State Con ventions. A county executive committee will aUo le appointed to serve for the neat two years. J. M. IIlbbaru, Chairman Executivo Committee. We are requested to state that the Dem erits of the 6th Civil District will holl a meeting ut Bolivar, Saturday, July 20th, to select delegates to attend the County Convention on the oth ol August. A full attndance is desired. This meeting will be held just previous to that of the Tilden and Hendricks Club. Raino Ti...

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 July 1876

The Bulletin. THURSDAY, "...JULY 27. WAISTS. WANTED Club agents for thia paper. TirANTED.,-Merchnt3 to know that this is the best advertising medium in West Tennessee. CANDIDATES. TirE are authorized to announce W. W. FARLEY as a candidate for the office of Shtriffi of Hardeman county, at the ensuing election August next. WE are authorized to announce ALEX F. YOl'P as a candidate for the ofBce of (sheriff of Hardeman county. Election August next. WE are authorized to announce J. I. SIMPSON as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Hardeman county at the ensuing election, August next. WE are authorized to announce J. C. SAVAGE as a candidate for re election to the office of Trustee of Harde man county. Election next August. WE are authorized to announce JAMES McCANN for the office of Trustee of Hardeman county, at the en uiKg election, August next WE are authoiized to announce A'. P. ' TILLER as a candidate for re-election to the office of Constable of the Sixth District, Hardeman ...

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