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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 9 June 1866

Preparations. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, yo celebrated s hiring tad. fur tba las twentr-ftve roars, in the treatment x Chronic Diseases, tbmmrt lucrative Mlfa1 PrsWire in the rmth; has at last onseitod to allow aeTcrnl of bia tu si 5t,eemeJ rcmedieo to prepared and sold a r-ntr;t?t:rv iinfl.ciiiifs. Tins resolu- tuin htta b?n tnrendtrred bv t;i rctvntti'i sViintatsouj of thoe who have extnenoeti the rwip fit vf his rmurkahle pro- fnaaional skill, and by the imp'jnSiLnity of fti'inr spe'-!al t tuntion tv each of tho vritt.ru apiMi-jAti'-us tan.ie to him f-r resoriptiona hr thase vchf j y o-MiMnrr circTTintunces, r has inta habit, praclttd tho poaa-bility of applying m person to him. Tho Public Alaj reitiffinrM that the manafarnr:rfl bt ar nithr paint Jfcor expanse ia the . reparation of truss rallied ;jt, 'Xhey are of the very Lf.st n;euicires known, m a hi'U' cucea trated form, upon strictly tcicitific principles. Da. SAMUEL GILBERT'S- , General Alterative A t direct j upon the Glan'ls sn-...

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. — 9 June 1866

M. H. rAUUISII. Kditor. SATURDAY. June 9, 1880 . X- All communication, intended fur publication should be addreeeed to the "Editor of the llollTer Bulletle." Letters f a Baslnese charaoter should b directed t " JIcisti. Fakkuh t Co.. BolWar. Tennessee. Kettjfiftue, Marriage. Birth and Death Notice, solici ted, wd will he inserted rase or cnaKOK. Fenians. One hundred and fifty Fenians, from New Orleans, passed here in the cars Lu-t evening on their way to the seat of "war. The train did not arrive on schedule time in consequence of detentions on the N. O. J. fcG. X R R. Important Change. I?y an arrangement recently entered into, by representatives now in Washington, of the various railroads connecting New York aod New Orleans, a radical and highly bene ficial change in schedule time, will soon be made, enabling through passengers, mail matter and express packages, to pas3 over the entire roads without any detention what ever. Cars on the Mississippi Central will, on or about the 15th...

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. — 9 June 1866

i V I I i I i ; ftalimtr Local .liTairs. "W. S. Brooks i3 the duly accred ited Agent for this Paper. tnr Persons living in the Tillage and counties adjaeenj to iloliTar would da ui a favor by firing us particulars of important event which iu&j transpire witiun their kuawiedge. Bt. James' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. tjerrices on every Funda.v and on all the Holy Days by the IiECTOR. V C. GRAY. The hoar for Opening Sunday School ia SJ o'clock A S Morning Service on Sundays lC-J Evening SarTie on Sundays 3 do f M On Holy Day . A M and r M Service twioa each Wednesday and Friday daring Lent. f The aeau of this Choarch are ALL FREE. C. It. R. Trains leave Bolivar daily for Grand Junction at Sail Returning, leave Grand Junction at 10 J a. m. At the Junction close connection ia made with passenger end freight trains on the southern division of the road that go through to Canton, and there connect With trains to and from New Orleans direct Time from Dolivar to New Orleans, 33 hours. Connecti...

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. — 9 June 1866

0 ft' .,rt t " i-SC Ins 3 i 4' 41 f - 13 I '.V 1K( T t. Y ui I 3W f Ft; '1 CI for iio In) 1 I id 'Si 0 1C 'X' a u u la. 1 :d island. A wosuerfal s'.mia is the river of Tims ' As it runs throngi tue rekimi of Unrs, With faultless rhnhm. and a musical rhyme, A broader sweep, and a nura sublimo, And Lleuls with the ocean of years. There's a mairie isle op the rlvar Time, V hero the softest of airs are laying; There's a cloudless sliy, and a tropical dime. And a soii as awcet ad a vesper chime ; And the June withthe ruaci are staying, Ana the na-.no of this isle is Long Ago; Ami ve hury our treasures there ; There are hrov.s of beauty, and bosom of snow; There are Leaps of dust, but we love tbeui so ; There are trinkets, and tresaes of hair. There are fragment of aonj that nobody ting. And p.r;rt of an infant's prayers ; There'! a lute unswept, and harp without striD ; There are broken tows and piece of rings. And the garment ahe used to Year. There are hand that are waved when the fnir...

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. — 16 June 1866

t ri VWl 17 r i 2 ns 'aj i f W til .1 K'l 1 I t. A J 1 J e;l I Ph Irj I no. tOl i'lil si 0 0 C. ji-a ri 1 n ie :it I n 1 t 1 client jtlt is litvcrt iscmcuis, Dr. &aiiuz:Ij azZsizniiT's Preparations. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, so celebrated litving had, fur th last twnDty-fire years, in the treatment Chronic Diseases, th mrt lucrative Medical Practice In the Sonth, haa at last ' contented to allow several of his iaost tflteerneu retnfedieo to !e prflparfd and sold ns proprietary uie.lieiues. This re-nlu-tiou Iiaj been engendered bv the r'p.'ited tniu-itanona of those who have experienced the benefit of hi remarkahle pro fessional kill, and by the impossibility of giving especial t tontioo to tAi.U of the written application!! made to him for prescriptions by thoae whose pecuniary tircumbLances, or tus in ra habit, preclude the possibility of applying in person to him. The Public May retsurel that the manufacturers spare neither pains nor xprtm in the preparation of tlieFe remeJica. They...

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 June 1866

'5 tr. Ji tr i. M. II. TAKKIsif, Knif.R. SATURDAY, June 1G, I860 J - All -.-imtir:i :iti.n iutondM f.,r puliliration utiould In aiiJrrvfl to tin "K'litor of the Uuitvar Uulletir.." V. Let 1 it of a llu-in.'i dijir.uur shoiiM ) directed l-j ' llcwtj. J'AHKisif ,t Co., I'.'ihvar, Tcunevse.;. Tf- Marriaii, llirtli ami Death Nutkcs olic:- t.-d. and will tc iacrt;d mcke of t'll. K'.K. Not Entitled to Representation. Iy reference to t!ic proceedings of Con gress on the oth, -which wc print 011 the first a;e of the llulletin, it will Lc seen that the Committee on llcconstructiim Lave made their linal report, uml that thirty-three to leven of the Senators who were present on that day coincide with the committee in their opinion that the States lately in rebel lion arc not entitled to representation, and that all the elections which have been held in the Southern States, Tennessee excepted, were utterly void and cF no effect whatever, because, a3 the committee Fay, the people had no vjice 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. — 16 June 1866

dinar Bttltytw. i 4 X f 4 Jjocal tTairs. s Tirnntrd is the dulv accred- ent for this Taper. Persons livinc in the TillOTtS and conntiea adjacent var would do "us a favnr hy (rivina tn imrtio'iiars irtaut event wl.i:!l may traajyire wituia their . James' Clmrcb., Bolivar, Tenn. Is (id every Sunday and oa all the filly Pays by the HECTOR. W. C. OKAY. ur for opening Sunday S;!iool is f'j o'clock AM ag Service on Sundays 10'i i(? Service on SunJ.iyS 3 " do P n cly Days A M and i'i V M j icei twice each Wednesday and Friday during Lent, j' The iiu of this Chitarch are ALL FREE. - C. It. II, Trains going north pass here ji A a. si., and make close connection at j:son with cars on the Mobile & Ohio road, i ns goin;; south pans here at S a. m. jt the Junction clone connection is made passenger and freight trains on the i'lern division of the road that 20 throntrh 3 ? ri f nrul i 1 1 11 r, -iitmnft T. it'll Ivoina ud fnjiu New Orlean3 direct Time t liolivar to New Orleans, 33 hours. ;nec...

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 June 1866

0 Fmm the Louisville Journal. J THE ETJEIAL OP COD. A DREAM TU AT WAS BKCAMKD. I I dreamed that God u dead. An awful dread O'erwhelmed my soul. A universe bereared In blasted orphanage, with tokens dark Of woes illimitable, aghast and still, Taled In the aulU of space,. The Fount of life Pried op. The ceaseless iniraclei divine Creating forms and tint and tonei, and all The energies of palpitating life Throogh countless planet and magnitudes and spheres, "Without their God, were not. All His works, liy instinct omnipresent, paused and died. And yet lived on, both life and death the samo. The stars unpoised and toppled o'er, along Their crystal paths were strewn, like stranded ships; And far around creation's outer walls They glared like fun'ral torches, pale and sad. And darkness came and stood before the stars, Yet hid them not. Light came and fed upon The darkness, yet oonsuianed it not both light And darkness one. Horn came with blanching check And died. Lore sighing, looked its ...

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. — 23 June 1866

Uempliis Advertisements j Dr. - 8AITItJI2i &HllVATW Preparations. ' DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, so celebrated having haJ, fur the list txeutv-litu y.ir, ia the treatment f Chronic Diseases, "the mot locratir Medfraf Practice In the ffuth, hnn at lant consented toullovr mswral t hi fuoal htjeifiel rcmcuieo to b prepared ami oid aj proprietary niedirrinei. Thii reyolii tino has been enxndwrcd hr the r'-peatci solicitations rvf lhoa who have cxif nem-erf the botirrtt of his remark a ili pro feMional akill, and by the inipoMiLihty of rivinz rpi-:;l at tention ta each f the written applications maue to him fr jir!cnptifnj by those h(w pcuciia.rv cirrmnitiaur s, or bn nfu habit, preclude the puaaibility of applyiug ia jor-jQ to The Public May real assured that the mannfor.tnrevs ipare nsithr pina nor expense in the preparation of thee remedies. They are made nf the very bvst medicine known, in a highly conceu t rated form, upon rtrictiy ectentifto principles. . Dr. SAMUEL GILBERT'S General Al...

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 June 1866

'5 ji; I? ht 9 4 olit'itr Bulletin. M. It. PAKI;I.-uI. Kr.vinn. 3ATUHDAY. uiio low - - . - . A I t )i;!! icui-jii If : l.ln s i(J tue fMtwr of 0: t- Mff.rs. r.nr.sn i C'..., LI :T '.MiH Ik TtfWvwM, Mrris- Ilivtii anJ Death Nu I"!, nn 1 'Till be iiucrUJ ri:i:f: if iuah.e. Is it so. Ve learn that cur reprsscntativo to Con gress, Ir. Lcfiwhh, ii urr'!n the appoint ment of Mr. liural llouirh fur collector of Internal Revenue for this, the Sth District. We hope it may transpire that we have been misinformed, for v.'C have a high regard for our representative elect, and are fully assured that he unquestionably desires to represent the wishes of his cuiisiitusnts ; but if lie is urging Mr. Hough's appointment, he id d-iny that v-hieh not nc in in in one thousand of the President' $ friend?, ivthis Disttiict, op prove. Mr. Hough is a Htnkes-MaynarJ-Post-Radical ; was lately chairman of a radi cal meeting in Memphis, and, according to the proceedings of that meeting, as published in the Post...

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 June 1866

i .1 wiettn; lineal .Ift'airs. , AV. S. Brooks la tho duly accred--itod Agent for this Paper. " l ar Personn lining la the Ylllasrei and counties mljacenj 1n liollvar wonld do ui a favor ity frivmir n partic-tilare -f important eventi which may transpire withiu their Knowledge. St. James' Church, Eolivar, Teml. prvice on eTery Sunday and oo all the Holy lays by the RECTOR. TV. C. ;RAY. The hour fur opening Sunday School is...... 8'J o'clock A M Morning Service on Snndayf 10 Evening Service on Sunday - 3 do p M Holy Dave .....TJi A M and 4'i p M Services twice each Wednesday and Friday during Lent. STT The seat of this Chaarch are ALL FREE. Hi C. It. R. Trains going north pass here at 12 si., and make close connection at l.lackson with cars on the Mobile & Ohio road. Trains going Bouth pass here at 2 J p. M. I At the Junction closo connection is made 1 with passenger and freight trains on the Houthern division of the road that go through Ito Canton, and thero connect with trains ...

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. — 23 June 1866

THE END OFjTHE HAIZIL07. " Cone. Kelly," I cried, on x soft Sumtner day, When the sunbeam! wtre chasing the rainbows away ; The rainbow has lit on you bill, and yon know Titer art bags full of g U at lae end of the bow." W were young, thoaghtiess children, sweet Nelly and I, And we thought that the bill-top was close to the sky; We thought, Uk (oar brother had laid it was ao,) We should find heap of gold at the end of the bow. So onward we trudged oTer meadow and ffreen, Where TioleU modest and daisies were aeen: Nor paused till we itood in tbe valley below. And gated all around for the end of the bow. " Not here," I said, sadly ; but Kelly replied It ia hid in the moat, by the waterfall's aide ; Hun fast ; if you move o'er the pebble so slow, I'm sure I'll be the first at the end of the bow." We found not the treasure we searched for till night ; But Kelly, tbe sweet, fragil blossom was right ; from this valley of tears she was first called to go. To the spot where ia resting the e...

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. — 30 June 1866

i 7 "'"'PiTparatioiis; ... Dtt.. SAMUEL GILBERT, so celebrated ft Laving Lad, fr the lat t euty-U vo var, in the treatment ..... t ". ' ' v . .- . 1: i ". . . . .- . ." Chronic Diseases, ' th tnr,nt Inchitive Medt?l Pratlo! in tlie South. hrs at lat consented to allow ftfml of hi mc ntperod rme'inai to t prepared ud laid a J ropritary m-ii.-iiit;. 'Ci rerti.iu tiun 1)13 Leftn enr.-ierci tv the r- p r t ?J S'l "-i ' ut ions nf thse who have experience! t? hfifii f hi rrm?irK3b1 pro fessional skill, antl by the jin possibility of jriviiije t-nperiul nt teutiua to ucb of the vt riit.ua ftppliciiuouji ui-iu tj him fr if re script Jon hy thme w ho1 rc'r" 11 'a r v V1 r'" rusta -, or Ijus inei4 httblu, jrt:cluitr the possibility vt applying in persoa to Uit- . i - , , --. . . - i . ' fc The Public " " May retflnrBd tliat the manufnoturert tpre neither T'ftin nor Xaei in lUc jTr acuiuji of tht reuidies, Th.-y are made r.f th Tery b. t Ti:cit'nn:s known, in a highly cuueeu trtei form, upon ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 30 June 1866

SfX vl tiv x Ait., v M. K. PARftlsn. Kcnoa. SATURDAY. Juno 30, 18G0 -9 All communications intended for publication sbould be addressed to tht "Editor of tho Bolivar Bulletin." t3- Letter of ft Cuiinew character should be directed to " Messrs. l'mua A Co., Boli? ar, Tennessee. 3L. Religious, Marriage. Birth and Death Notice solici ted, and will L inserted rXEE Or CUiBi.1. lieetia of the Legislature. The roongrel hordo coeapoeing the Bo-called legislature of Tennessee hare been notified ly the bugler of Stevens, Sumner & Co., to tjeeaU at Nashville on the 4th of July ; yes, Brownlow has blown hia horn and the dogs are on their way to the kennel Among the high-eounding notea which appear in his proclamation of the 19th, is the following: "la view of the rebellious conduct of eo many of our people, and the treachery of thoee who controlled her action, Congress has deemed it necessary to require of us cer tain conditions precedent as guarantees for our future loyalty. To this end it ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 30 June 1866

Local .1 Fairs. VJ". S. Brooks i3 the duly accred ited Agent for thi3 Paper. T Piruni living la th villare nd eounties aijaeen, t bolivar, would do ne a lavor uy Riving u. particulars f important mull knowledge. wUich CiftJ traaspire w ithin their St. Janes' Church, Bolivar, Tena, services ea every Sanday and on all the Holy Days by tit HECTOR. W. C. GRAV. The hear for opening Sunday School U.. 8 o'clock A. X Horning Service on Sundays......... lOJ-a Evening Service on Sunday! .-.. 3 da FK a miy Day - 7.'i A M and 4J, F K ervlei twlca each Wcduetday and Friday during Lent. Th aeata of this Cbuarch arc ALL FREE. 1L C. 11. 11. Trains going north pass here Jit 12 M., and make close connection at Jackson with cars on the Mobile & Ohio road. Trains goin south pass here at 2 p. m. At the Junction close connection is made til.h passenger and freight trains on the southern division of the road that go through to Canton, and there connect with trains to and from New Orleans direct Time f...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 30 June 1866

i! '"'''''''"W'eSSWssalst the.'LAst Trnnirc On the t'-r-most branch uf blasted pine A raven sitj in the dusk alone, V ith eve iutnnt oa the tos.insj brine V.tv.l ls.it.Lini wln: hj- th.e wv tiptLrefwu. Toe l.de cir.ea creeping along the msr.i The raven croaks through the shadesry night V iiilc higher it d, ifts on the silery sand, Vs4 ctoaier gleam lu th pule tuoaVJght, TLfrc'i a ehimmer cf golden hair, auJ a face That s.emi, 'neath the parsing ripple tosiuile. The v Kite Land stirs with a tremulous grace, Ad.1 tUo calm t ora and shut ;hc Ui!e. Tune whirls away ; 'tie the noon of night ' A TaUre roaa'S on the lonely etratid- -m '-'"if ptue atiJ'.luot ti fewaorn aigt.t; Then he toueLei the trow and the ino-w-wb.:te hanl. lhat fu.,1 knevr it that delicaU form II had known and lored when Lis life was blest; l.ikea thief he bad rifled in Tirgin charm, Then Bang it awny lika a. worthies past. ' O 1 rom the b!aet1 fine Lath the raven gone. No rore by the waves i that white hand tvst; ; Jp...

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. — 7 July 1866

wMK3ai varwjimz wttrwwww ! 7 c Y llcntpfits ,lilrcriisfnicni&. lr. SA.lll'illi 2,I5S:ilTS Preparations. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, so celebrated ft having lift'l. fr thj last twenty-live venrs, iu tint treatment Glironic Diseases, the mott Im-rntive McJifral Practice in the S--t:th. ha nt last cousumiM tRlt'.v j"iTcral of his unt etni remiyiitmi to prejinretl mi l .11 us j-niprietury molii Hies. 'I l.ia r solu tion hull ven (jDsrvntiiTO'i I r the rcpitt i.t S'ln;i t :it im rf tlmim Iio Iwivc experienced the lieinMo! his ram arkahlo pr ttrHnionnl bkill. iin-l l.v the iui"M i.i ! it "f (rtviu imperial at-Ifhlu-n tn envh of the written ftppl I'-at joint tunic t htm fur Tejwrrif t iubji by those whse pfu n ia r r -i r ni.Hta nee, or hnn tr,LML i-rctludo the pwibihty f api'lj nig iu person to liim. The Public M.iy ret assure 4 that the mnunfaftnrerH par neither pains tor K't fic in Ui preparation of thene fiuci ie. They are mlof the very h,-t inii tm' known, in a highly entice a t rated fnn...

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. — 7 July 1866

' - -uf M '?-., rrsc Tv.r .."J-s- N.r ii' w 1 (1 51. K. PARKi-H, KbiT,,u. SATURDAY", July 7, 1333 .9- All co.iiw:e..:i.-ni icteaJc-i for publication u'.(l fc fcdjrfsse 1 to tii "Uli'-.r of :!.u Il .Iirar Bu'uool." T. .tr. of Bj;t cUara-iU-r sl-ould bo irc'.J to " il'.iar. I'iBniit! i ( ., Bolivar, T on a ti CIL. lUligious, Marriag.', Birth an4 Death N-i -e . so'.i-::-il. nd will be l.i.sen. 1 raEB or ( :iub :f.. Tn 1'm.Ar li.ritiv (,'-.; vlintion". The pleat movement of the :il'c, the hope of all those who aro truly American, i-i fpiead ;n itself over the land. On the 14th of Anwl rixt, in thrj city of Philadelphia, ia to bo hel l a Crn ent'un of the people on that day an 1 ia that j luce t lives of millions of pi.tiii.ts o renresenta- I and lovers of I , . ' tne i-orss'iuu!on. as iramci lv t.ie wise headd and deL-ndc-d by the b--fet blood of '?(', are to atsorable and perform a work which ehould meet wkh the hearty itpprova of every man who ia a citizen of these United States, and ...

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. — 7 July 1866

- J r dinar ullhv; Local 1 Hairs. W. S. Brooks is the duly accred ited Agent for this Paper. St. James' Church, Bolivar, Term. tierricei on ererv Saudav-and oa nil ths Holy Day s hy the rector. v. c. GRAY. ) The hour for opening Suuday School is B'.i o cloc a a Morning Service on Sundays Evening Service on Sundays ... lo.'i j 3 ,d, P M ! On ruiy dys. Services twic ech Wednesday and Friday during Lent, ar The ten of this c'aoarch lire all FREE. I JI. C. 11. li. Trains goini north pass here at 12 M., and make close connection at Jaekson with cars on the Mobile k, Ohio road. Trains going south pass here at I'i v. m. . . At the Junction close connection ii made with passenger and freight trains on tha southern division of the road that go through to Canton, and there connect with trains to and from New Orleans direct. Time from Bolivar to New Orleans, 33 hours. Connection is also male with trains on the Memphis and Charleston road running east and west of the Junction. All Fools' Day. O...

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. — 7 July 1866

i! 0 I , I'D CHOOSE TO BK A BAI5Y. I 'd tin..... - t'i be a ha'.y. A darling 'ink- il-jvcr, itiiout a care t sorrow. As I v as in cl.iMh-MjU" licnir: V U:a tin; ladies (lioaveu tits thcui,) They'd ki53 me and thtj.'d vuw Tluil ll.cy could sUu"3t cat ino Why dm't tt.cy do it uow ? When I nscd to l.o a l.uly They'd t- my t radio creep . They'd kis an! Im? aul culllc m, Tiii I full oil t'J ttloup. Yts, ki. aud spiecie me tvf. Till I fc!t auOww; Ti.cy'd tren wash and drt;s me Why dun'V they do it tnw? For J leaned they ere fc nnrse me. They would take me on their lap, Aud would stuff my little tWn!ajh full Of lolij.ous and iap. They wmild sliowr mc t'ps and buttons. And if I madoa r-iw. They'd pre?3 mo t- their ljE-.ins Why don't they Uo it now ? "When the ladies uj-o v, Iotu lae, They'd make mc Mii.h nice clotiiwa; They oti!d make uio nice morocco tiii'.es, Aud wipe my littla nuse. And when the shades of evening came. And sleep cariie o'er my brow, They said it s time to ft, to Led Rut...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
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