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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 18 August 1866

?'. pi is .iilvertisemtnla. Dr. ?Ami:i, Preparations. DIE. SAMUEL GILBERT, so celebrated as having had, fur the lust twenty-live years, in the treatment f Chronic Diseases. the moyt lucrative Medical Practice in the Sonth, hit at la.t OBentd to allow several of his most esteemed rinedio to h prepared aud iold as proprietary medicines. This re-olu-tioa Ima been engendered by th repented olicitations of thot ho have experienced the I-enefit of hn remarkbl pro f-sionai akill, ani by th iraposbjJity of giving enpecifci at tentiou to each of the written application tuade tobim for prescription by thoae whose pecuniary circumstances, or bus iues huOif, preclude the possibility uf applying iu peis-ju to -jiiu. The Public May rttai3'irej that the nnanufartTirers spare neither pains dor expense ia the prepartutm of these reuiviie. They are made of the very bst mediciues known, in a highly ci-cea-tratad form, upon strictly svientitio principles. Dr. SAMUEL GILBERT'S General Alterative Act dir...

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. — 18 August 1866

Solium Bulletin. M. It. PAKUISH. Kwio. SATURDAY, - - Aitsjust 18, 1868. M. C . K. On mil after Sunday next (to morrow) trains will pass llolivar as fol lows : Passenger ti-Hin, soatli, 1 n r. m; pas senger train, north. " ."0 r. m ; Freight train, north, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 5.0.") p. m. ; Freight train, south, Tuesdays, Thursdays ainl Saturdays at 8,2;") a. m. JJy this arrangement j'ersons vi?itinir; Memphis will no longer he compelled to lay over all night at the Junction, but o through to their destination without any stoppage, nave the- few moments required to change ears. Connections will be erpialiy perfect from Memphis to this point. KfcDKMrTioN'. On hit Wednesday we were pleaed to welcome to our sanctum fienl West, President of the Mississippi Central Railroad ; during the conversation which we had with Jiim, he took occasion to remark that it was the purpose of the com pany over which he presides to redeem the change notes which were issued by the com pany 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. — 18 August 1866

rv- war in. Local . I (fairs. St. James' Church, Eolivar, Term f riict on verv SuuJay anJ vn all tlic Il'.ty Pays by the "rector, v. c. gkav. The h'-'Ur fur opnin Sauiir S.-u -I in i,'clk Murains Service on Sunday lo'j "renin; Servio on Sou'lav . - 3 4o p 5 Hily I)j :',Anll!iF Sersiees twice eah WelutjU.-o and Friday during Lent. The ieU of this Chnarch re ALL FREE. Notice To XuLuribers When a rel cross mark appears on the ni-irgin of your paper it is placed there to notify you that vour subscription ha expiied. If you dir sire the paper to he discontinued notify us .f the fact immediately; otherwise it will le continued at vmir expense. Persons who have the paper brought to them by the carrier, and who sire monthly subscribers, lire hereby notified that hereaf ter no subscription veil! be received for a le--tir.it- than six month-;, payable in advance. Half Fakk. We arc authorized to state that the Mississippi Central Railroad will (.transport all visitors to the tournament which i...

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. — 18 August 1866

a xiranoit, r- WHICH ma.vv PEoru: may skk thi;mklves REFLECTED. "Albert, 1 wish you would let !av'' .tYertj--five cents." Kate Landman spoke very carefully, for the knew that her husband had not much money to spare; yet she upoke earnestly, and there was a world of entreaty in her look. " What do you want beventy-five cents for ?"' asked Albert, not very pleasantly. ; I want to pet some braid fir ntv new dress." ' i thought you had the materials all on hand for that" " to I thought I had; but Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Thompson both have a trimiog of braid upon theirs, and it looks very pretty. It is very fashionable, and it certainly adds much fo the dres;' - Plague take the.e women's fashion-! Your endless trimmings mid thing-a-ma pis ost more than the dress is worth. Jt's noth ing but shell out money when once a woman thinks of a new dres.' ''Surely, Albert, 1 don't have many new dresses. I try to be as economical as 1 can." " It's a funny kind of economy, at all events. Bat if you must...

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. — 25 August 1866

P A JTIemjihis Advertisements. Dr. SAMUEL GILBERT'S reparations. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, so celebrated as having had, for the last twenty-ftve year., in the treatment Chronic Diseases, th. mort lucrative Medical Practice la thi Soat ha. at last consented toa)!ow several of bis most esteemed rsmedteo to be prepared and sold a proprietary medicines. This resolu tion has been engendered bv the repeated solicitation! of those who have experienced the benefit of his remarkable pro fessional skill, ana by the impossibility of giving especial at tention to each of the written applications made to him for F ascriptions by those whose pecuniary circumstances, or bus ness habit, preclude the possibility of applying in person to bim. The Public Mfcy restfc&sored that tlt manufacturers spare neither faioa Dor expens in the j reparation of these Terxi'iies. They jtre Zna4e of the very bt medicines known, in a highly concen trated form, upon atrictly scientific principles Dr. SAMUEL GILBERTS Gene...

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. — 25 August 1866

' t: 0 -i F i I m n. iwiuush, i mt..u. S3ATUIIDAY, - - August 25, 1300. Tckn Oct! The citizens ff ! r.irdcmaii county are ourm-titly requested to laoct U pfihcr in this place on tho first Monday in next naont'i f.irthe purpose f taking action upon thcj rocccdins of the Uti Vihi'A phia Convention. We ask ourooJ cuizens to come forward, regardless of niti diifer ciii'dc', nnJ btaud by the old constitution as it ww, for it ia the only plank upon which we can ride the coming ttorm, and the only weapon with which eu he heat down the monstrous ht-rcfiy of iiffrro superiority. Every county in each State has been called on to investigate the declaration of princi lles ii.s put forth by the Convention and to Miy whether they endorse them or not. There is no doubt but what the law-abiding, con servative men of the country can avert the icat dang'T that is threatening our pros perity and nationality as a people, if they will put their chou'dcrd to the wheel and work in concert. The hopelessnes...

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. — 25 August 1866

1 ! .2 r 1 I - St. Janes' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. r'trTicca on erery Sunday i,J on all tlie Holy Iays by the KKITOR. V. C. (JttAY. Ththoar fr.r opcniu Knmlty Schx.l is HV o'clock A M Morniajr rierrice ca Suaday lo'i r-Tening Service on Snmlajs 3 do p M On Hdy I,,y. 7.a- A M aoj P M Serices twice each Welnelay and Kri'Uy during Lent. gj Tin ssats of this C!mrrh are A I, I, FKKK. N'uTinu To Stl.?rihers When a red cross-iii ark appears on th-j in irgin of your paper it is placed there to notify you that your subscription has c.xji: cl I f ya-.i d;v Mre too p:tjier to l! dis-iwiitiiiucd notify sis of th'j fact immediately; otherwise it will Le continued at your expense. Persons who have the paper brought to them by the carrier, and who are monthly subscribers, are hereby notified that hereaf ter no subscription will be received for a lees time than six month?, payable in advance. ' I.L C. II. R. Trains pas Bolivar as fol lows : Passenger train, south, 1 3- r. m ; pas sensor train, nortli...

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. — 25 August 1866

"Brick" Pcrneroy and the Deacon's Heza ! Deacon Brightwater lived in New Hart ford, Nutmeg State, lie hod a red house, a red borae, a red barn, a rei fence, a red cow, red window sash, an old fashioned red sleigh, a red smoke house, red hog), little red ejea nnd a red noae the very picture of a New England puritan, lie had a wife who wore a red petticoat and had the readiest tongue m woman ever tired at us. He had some lit tle ready money, got by making cider brandy from stolen applea and taking toll irom the ropper spattered contribution naucer he passed in the red church in that settlement of Sunday heans, week day onions and or thodox views And he had a lemale child whoso name was Hexa Bri&htwatef, and who was twenty nine years old ; wore red stockings, red gar ters, metal tipped shoes, green spectacles, and the prettiest red hair the world ever set eyes on or into, llexa, a true New England gal, chewed wads of pine gum and sweeten ed her breath with onions, llexa wasn't bo m...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 1 September 1866

i r ri A I) Y. JTIcntphls ldverllsctncnts. Preparations, DR. SAMUEL GILPERT, so celebrated M having haJ, tvt the lut t eaty-rive years, in the treatment Chronic Diseases, tha moat lucratire Medical Practice in the South, has at last eonaented to allow several of his most esteemed reineiieo to prepared and told aa proprietary medicines. This resolu tion haa been engendered by the repeated solicitations of thosa who hare experienced the benefit of his remarkable pro fessional akill. and by the impossibility of Riving especial at tention to each of the written application mif le tohim for prescriptions by thoae w hone pecuniary circumstances, or bus iness habits', preclude the possibility of applying in person up hi in. The Public M&y rest&Mured th&t the mnnfftctnrrs spare neither pains fior expense id the preparation of these remedies. They aro made of the very bet medicines known, in a highly couceu tr&ted ferm, upon strictly scientific principles. Dr. SAMUEL GILBERTS...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 1 September 1866

any n J 1 tit t :) Y.l ,1 mtr IttHdht. M. R. rAKIil.ir, Kditob. SATURDAY, - September 1, I860 Uemembek. The public should rememl-er that next Monday is the day set apart fur the assembling of the county convention. Every one who can do so, should attend. Let no one hold back, fur this sterling old com munity tshyiild strike a heavy blow while the iron U hot. Ratification. The citizens of Shelby county met in convention at Memphis on last Saturday and ratified the proceedings of the Philadelphia Convention. (Ien'1 X. II. Forrest was called to the chair. In the course of his remarks for the hero did make a ppeccli ho paid : " I have carefully read and considered the address ind the principles uf public policy and constitutional law therein contained, and without regard to tlie lauguage in which they stand expressed, they meet my full, un reserved and cordial approval. When I pledged my word ami my honor to the lost cause of the late Confederacy, I suppose that no one who knew me ever ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 1 September 1866

't f V 11 St. James' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. errices oa every S.inday and on all tho Iluly Dav by the JliXTOU. V. C. OKAY. Th hoar for ojieaiog Sunday S-jhoul ;j S'j o'clock A M Morning Service on Sundavj lo' . Evening Sorrlce on Sunday ......... 3 do p M Un Holy Day ;.; A M and V P M EerTlees twice oah Welncsday and Friday during L'jat. 43 The aU of thti Chuarch are ALL FUEE. Notice. To Subscribers When a red cross-mark appears on the margin of your paper it is placed there to notify you that your subscription has expiied. If you de sire the paper to Le discontinued notify us of the fact immediately; otherwise it will be continued at your expense. Persons who have the paper brought to them by the carrier, and who are monthly subscribers, are hereby notified that hereaf ter no subscription will be received for a less time than six months, payable in advance. M. C. II. R. Trains pass Bolivar as fol lows: Passenger train, south, 1 35 p. m; pas senger train, north, 5 50 p. m ; Freight t...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 1 September 1866

Special Correspondence. Chattanooga, Ave. 2.1, 1SG0. Mr. Editor; Enclosed I Land you a printed notice, signed by Adolph Dernard, of Memphis, a?;o.nt for the Mem & Charles ton Railroad, in which he tclld4!io traveling puhlic that passengers for New Vork meet with no detention, and that connection with the East Tennessee & Georgia Railroad at Chattanooga ia complete. Puch a tale will do to tell to the marines, but those who have tried it arc satisfied, upon reaching Chatta nooga, that Mr, Dernard has published what la not so. A stay of nineteen hours at this place will prove to the most obtuse traveler that Mr. Bernard's " close "connection " is a myth, or rather a humbug, of the worst de ncription. The regular schedule of the M. & C. Railroad Jirings passengers to this place at 8 o'clock a. m., while the Kast Ten nessee it (icorgia Kailroad train leaves here ut 3 a. m. ; making it necessary for passen gers to stay here 1') hours. In view of this, 1 would advise passengers...

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. — 8 September 1866

V. llcntjliis lilveriiscmcitts. Hr. SUiUF.L, . CJJIIESZillT'S Preparations. fill. SAMUEL GILBERT, so celebrated having hid, for ti.e Wt twenty-five ytu, in the treatment Olironic Diseases, the mt lucrative Medical Practice in contented to allow several of hi must the ;-. oi rmsinsn to 'litis rs Ou- prepared ul oM a proprietary uoi no imvc eipfi-MMHttMl tl.e !- remark a ! j-n- fcKlonal skill, nd hy tlie i rTijsrti li i i : ; tviiiz especial At tention to each ci the written appl.citiuii. ma.ie tu him for rre.crition. hy those whose pecuniary circumstance., .rfhus inesa kaliics, preclude the posoibilitr of applying in person to him. The Public May rfit flfleured that the .nannfatnrKrs f nr nc;tl:r f-air.s Dr pjpr:ne in the preps ration oT there rni-li.. I hey are made of the very Insi meh:iue known, in a hihly conceo trat4 form, upon strictly it ieatinc principle. Dr. SAMUEL GILBERT'S G eneral Alterative Acta directly tipon Mipfllandsand Mncnug Membranes tim tilattnr them to liiti"nal...

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 September 1866

ydium gutktht. Jl. K. rAUIilSH, rMTOR. SATURDAY, - September 8, 1860 THE COUNTY CONVENTION. GREAT GATHERING OF THE PEO PLE ! Enthusiasm and Concert of Action. Old Hardeman Right Side Up ! Smith Pcepudiated. Afi-ui-Jin to j rcxi'itH in ' i--o the citi.i-ns of this county as..-ii..i!otl in convention at thi jljiec on ;ut lon l;iy, for the ptirpoec of taking some action in reai'il ti important political events that have and arc transpir ing. I'.y el; veil o'clock a. M at Icat onn thousand persons had arrived in town, and htcpa were iniinc, iiateJy taken to have the iiiasHuH a.sciuldc at sonic convenient spot where the business which was to be brought before them could be transacted. The fc Icction made was the court room, but it was boon ascertained that it was inadequate to accommodate the vast assembly, and a sug gestion made by Home one, that "we move into the street " w as acted upon. Who's going to speak ?" was eagerly asked on all bands, and as hurriedly answered, "I don't know!"...

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 September 1866

J I 3 ' v 5 a? Local tflTairs. St. James' Church, Eolivar, Term. Kervices on every Sumliy an l on k!1 the Holy Iavs .j the 11KCTOH. V.. C (J HAY. The hour for open in j Sun-lay Schwl is R'i h'clock A M Morning Service on Sundays.. 10',' 1-veuiDg Service on Sundays 3 do p M On Hcly Dsjs 7: A M amj 41.J P M Service twice each Welne-ia' and Friday during Lent. fif The seat nf this C!mar;h sre ALT, KRKE. Xotick. To Sitb;cribrrs When a red cross-mark appears on the margin of your paper it is placed there to notify you that your subscription has expiied. If you de sire tiie paper to he discontinued notify us of the fact immediately; otherwise it will be continued at your expense. Persons who have the paper brought to them by tho carrier, and who are monthly Fubscribers, are hereby notified that hereaf ter no subscription will be received for a less time than six month?, payable in advance. M. C. U. It. Trains pass Bolivar as fol lows : Passenger train, south, 1 35 r. m ; pas senger train,...

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 September 1866

Orange Hedge. V e have sail but little about the hediro for some time past, having before given the miicst directions on tho subject, from the planting of the seed to the completion of the hedge ; yet, in all our travels we meet with the most reckless disregard of the rules that have been so frenucntlv riihli.-ihnd ihit we are almost inclined to regard tho whole hedge system in tho United Suites as a fail ure ; not however from any want of adapta tion of the Osago Orange to the purpose, but from the lack of regular systematic treat ment on the part of the farmer. The ten dency of this error and the consequences, we have frequently before alluded to. In all the efforts at hedge making throughout the we doubt whether there can now be found one rod of perfect, well-formed hedge to a mile that has been set, or even to five miles. The plants have either been set and left to take care of themselves, without cul tivation, and have proved a total failure ; or if set and partially cultivated...

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. — 22 September 1866

4 i , 1 " HcH2his 'vldvcrt tstiilin t'K ' , Preparations. I ,: DR. SAMUEL GILBERT." celebrated having had, for the last twenty-five years, ia tlie treatment Chronic Diseases, the most lucrative Medical pnutlre in the Sirotb, ha at last joosented to ilow fticrtl of hia moist estfleiued rftmeilieo to rpr4 unci aoid xt proprietary medicine. This rex lu tioa -ha Iwen er.ff tnd;rd .y ti.e repeated solicitations of those v. ho havo exjrt-riericcd the ben-ntoi his reinarkahie pro- j feaaioual ikiU, and by the impossibililv: of giving especial at tention to eauh of ih written application uuxia u.him fur fivtucriptioiii by those whose peemiiarv idri'iimatancea, or bus lneaa habita, preclude the possibility of aT plyin? in person to him. . ;'; 4. . , - " i';V':,. , '"' The Public -' iJlay restaeaured that tle irianut:a-tiirrs upare neither T.air.s ior expense in the prfprirntmn of these remedies. They are toadeof tha very beft medicines known, in a highly coiicen-r trated form, open strictly ...

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. — 22 September 1866

n AT U II DAY, - September 22, 1SC3 Postponed.- The convention, to be com posed cf conservatives from each county in the fctate, that -waa to have leen held in Nashville on the 10th inst. has beea post poned until the 2i day of October next, when it is expected and earestlj desired that dele gates from each county -will assemble. Half fare tickets will be issued by all the railroads to those who officially attend. Which Do You Pkefeb? In view of the fact that many excellent and well-meaning gentlemen, not only here, but elsewhere, feel a little timid about eadorsing heartily the action of the late National Union Con-! vention that met at Philadelphia in August last, we are led to aek the question, which is preferable, the National Union Party, the party whose platform is the old constitution aa it was, with no alterations whatever, or the Radical-ltump-CongrcBs Party, whose plat form is negro suffrage, abrogated State rights, a mutillated constitution, the whole backed up by confisc...

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. — 22 September 1866

1 ' i f 1 K 3 --- -- - -, -:- - JTiL- ? i Hi 75 t s i J. i t 3 I i' ! 1 i ium guthjtw. MAfcal IfTalrs. i i i Et. Janes' Church, Bolivar, Tena Perries on erery Sunday and oo til the H'jly Days by the . , RECTOR, W. C. GRAV. The hour f,r opening Sunday School .... 8 o'clock A M Morning Service on Sundays.. . jo.:i Erening SerTics on Sunday 3 do m On Hely Day TVtf A M And 4; r u SerTh; twice each Wednesday aad Friday during Lent. AIT The neats of this Chuarch are ALL FREE. Notick. To Subscribers When a red cross-mark appears- on the margin of your paper it is placed there to notify you that your subscription has expiied. If you de sire the paper to be discontinued notify us of the fact immediately; otherwise it will be continued at your expense. Persons who have the paper brought to , them by the carrier, and who are monthly subscribers, are hereby notified that hereaf ter no subscription will bo received for a less j time than six months, payable in advance. ML. C. 11. 11. Trains pass...

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. — 22 September 1866

I' i'A n i I. f 7 .1 i X 1 l i I 1 ' : S I'roia the NaiiiSille preis and Time.litl, J - " An Important Case A flee tins the Notes cr the Uank ci Tennessee Can. tii e fATE HE FoKCKD TO ACCEPT THESE Notes for Taxes? . ;! 'J. easy; of. I'urman 5i Co., on an f r-pli-raiion for a mandamus against P. L. Nichol, County Court Clerk, was" argued in the Cir cuit Court on-yesterday. It appears' that the relators, Furman fc Co., are citizens do ing business here, and for . tho payment of their taxes due the State, tender Mr. Nichol notca f the 'Bank of Tennessee, issued ly that corporation prior' to the Gtu day of May, 1801, when the bank was taken away by its officers into the rebel army. The clerk refused to receive . these notes, and on this euit, it is sought by a mandate from the court to compel him to do so. The plaintiffs rely upon a provision in the cluirter of the bank, passed by .the Legisla ture in the year 1833, which enact3 that the notes of the bank shall be taken in payment of ta...

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