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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 30 March 1876

i:ati:s of advlrtisixg. no i!n ii. one inPrtion - - tl Knch sul-- jUfut iniwrdu The Bulletin. 1 ri'.h 2 I li i:i .... In. Ins.... '-i c.iliimn... S column..., 1 f'lunin... I $ 2 III i : 4 in ' ; r. l.i ! I ; 1 " "' i ij ; li IB. , S m : 1? VI Inl ?l ' "l f S ll ! ' S '. in ii ; l. ii ! i.i i 4". mi ' .- (m It 12 1 12 : I 2" 17 in I 2' m 72 .V ! i"1 ,v f.i i i no i ( i ni y BOLIVAR BULLETIN. rrniusHE', Evert Thvrsdat Bt -ARHlE AD,HARDIN & CLARK. SUBSCRIPTIQFl: t)ne Tear l 50 Six Months 1 00 Three Months 5 ftbcription must be paid in adtxtnc. VOLUME XL BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1870, NUMBER 35. TIMIDLY TOPICS. Forest planting is thriving in Min nesota. The St. Taul and Pacific railroad liap, wt out over four million young trees, and altogether it is estimated that twenty millions have been planted on the prairie lands. Tiik recent murder of the captain and pilot of a (tennau schooner by Chinese pirates has aroused the ire of Bismarck, and he will require absolute sat...

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 March 1876

TUUIWUAY, MARCH :J0, 1S73. . ! ( (!K(). UAK1HX, i: ) JXTHKii i.AKK. I Editors W. S. ARM LSI UAD, I 'J tt r: are i-ix caudidatt a kr shcrili of Viiiit;GO county. x i'o wi!s fochard the Thud Li ft re he tvus lnm-e'f a"nin?'' Hmiio people eay Unit darkhaired won en marry soonest. We differ; it U iU-liijht-heade-l ones, Xa'ional Debt, March 1,1 1870. Dt-bt, 1 fis cash in Treasury, 2,1 1 4!i;0,40'i SO; c'ecreas during February, t-'i ,'272.033; decrease since Juno SO, $'13,828,810 .2. It has alwajs been remarkably strange that people say the beehive id a symbol (f irduetry, when not a b-e 13 to be .'e.'n ill the winter lonr; while the cockroach is up at five o'clock in tho morning and never goes to bod until n i Ini.'ht. Hon. John W. Johnson, of Virginia, cn 221 in st. male the Senate of the United .Staton, on the counting of electoral votes. The argu ment was a sound ono, and we hopo it wwi meet with the approval of Congress (Jrant pave a dinner party to Congress in order that Jhe rniht ...

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 March 1876

i i j 5 f. ! 'i i i t 5 a' ii ) r ML THURSDAY. MAUCII CO 3S7G. TKAINS SOUTH. TRAINS N"RTII Mail truiii,l:4o p m Mail train. -A p m lCs press. U:35 a ia Impress. 5:05 a m f Mail trainruDS aver day. Connection !s made .v the southward hound Mail an rxi.r traina a. Grand Junction with triina n the M !. U and by the same trains iroina- north it Jacknn, Ten., with trainaon the M. . (. It. K. CEO, rI. DUG-AW, Agcat "ITT A N'T KD Club agents for this paper. ' Term 3 Liberal. WANTKD., Merchants to know that this is the best advertising medium in West Tennessee. "VfOTICE. On and after the firstday of March I shall sell for CASH. J. A. McKinnie. Ri:41T!S." IUK KKNT. The Presbyterian Par eonnge, on Market street. Comfort able and convenient house. Apply to C- M. WELLOXS. Announcements. WE are authorized to announce W. W. FA H LEY as a candidate for the office of Shenfti of Hardeman county, at the ensuing election August next WE arc authorized to announce A LEX V. YOL'l' t.s ;i candidate f r th...

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 March 1876

oxs MiEir. A. PASTOR'S sojck tine little sheal ; luit orw Ixirii nf the harvest, brirm I unto The.. Around me tare trwd fit-Ids of nodding jjrain ; bummer and sprinc's Rlad sunshine and soft rain And aiitutnii'n witchery Hare piled my neiKlilioi's lofts with ripened carB, And yet email increa.se of my stores ajiiears. Only one sheaf ; fr.Sr, pure As a touiik lily ier.liii(; in the sun. iners rejoin to guide the loaded wain. The Tintnpn riiiRs to harvest shouts again, m i nave onir one, fluster from the true and living vine, One jovl iu my Master's crown to shine. Master, my heart Is Rad ; A wearied himhamlinan lnrr Thee kneels lhrottehthe uight-wMrhcx, through tb.; live-long My hand cwvAt-rrl to work, my heart to prav, e now acrosd me steals Th -hilllni; presage of a coining Might, IV UicU til the harvest sunshine pales the light. fne little sheaf! When I Would fain have counted thousands. Yet, O Lord I lay it lovingly upon J hv xhrine, ' Ofl'rtn : in meekness onlv" what is Thine An...

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 April 1876

The Blilletin. HATES OF ADVFnTISlXG. On-in. li, on inrtion Each nil" ineiit itmortion., .91 an AO Ii ai.isnr.ii Kvkry Tkvrskay IU r 5 3 i rn r .i i 12 Jo fit 2 s in fin m SUBSCRIPTION: i One Year l ."0 Six Months 1 00 A nvoi xi m rs ts.--Aiimuinrine t h. name of rr .m f..r a ('.unity oirt. . .'. ; Statu ofliro. HO ; Federal Office, tl.-. I iivarisldy in R.lvsnr. nrlii.'ii.. Marrin3 llirth and lVath nntirt -lirit.-j. ami wiil ! w illicly inserted free of chr. ol.itimrie. Ma.'nK n1 other erw-ietr notice o drath. etc.. will he charged ten renta rr line. Three Month 73 i VOLUME XI. BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY. APRIL (5. lS7b NUMBER 315. SubtcriptioM muzl be paid in advance. Q LJ fl a II A IPm Jl iLl lmli' I I " Soli Sim! I! lti.-h.... i : nr ! w i 17 I c-oliimn ! I" li j 13 .Vi I l.i'i -3 V I rolumtl I.. i I in ' i 1,1 1 .-.il.iinii I "Villi! .Vim1 ml (in OH I TIMELY 'l-OP J OK. Cincinnati will have that railroad to Chattanooga At the election on the 1 1th to deride whether the city sh...

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 April 1876

JSolinar itellctitt. TIHJIDAY, Al'Ml, G 18"6 tJKO HARDIN, .Jr., I AH DIN, .Jr., I H t LAKK. I , KM IS I IAD i LLTIIK! Editors. V . A I 'Vher?ee I rev i t lie iiti";e of a Re- 'llif.n!i wt ukly j'i-t started in Urowns- The Evetiinif,.Romter i" a rif-w Na?h ville daily. YV e it the Banner success Kennedy, the murderer of Marcus Lewis, of 11 illy Spr'ntS. iscitsippi, has lieen convicted of murder in the Grut de gree. True, O King! A paper says 'One of the prettie-t sights the human eye ever rested upon is gold in its libuid state," The human eye in this vicinity would to satisfied if it could see any of the metal in a sold state. GeDeral Schcnck wade a very credit able appearance before ihe Committee of Foteign Affairs of the House yesterday; and it may be possible that he has at the most, been guilty organ indiscretion. At all events, his offence is less venal than some known to have been committed by Grant, IJabcock & Co. More Republican Frauds, The Interior Department has been f...

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 April 1876

v ; 5 I 1 ! THl'RSPAY, APRIL G, 1876. Vississippi Central it. K scni:i)ULi;. TRAINS SOUTH. Alail (ruin, li. 45 p ni Express. 2:35 a rn trails Worth Mail train. 2 45 p ui ErpreFS. 5:05 m at" Mat! tralnrnns Tr 4y. OoaaectsMi to made by tho southward botind Mail an Express trains a. Orand J v notion with trains on the M C. K and by tha lams train going north 1 1 Jackson, Teu., with trainee tfe M. fc O. K. It. aEO, Tl. DUO ATX, Agent 'TyA NTED-rrCub agent for this paper- Terms Liberal..: : -. IXANTED., Merchants to know that thls is tb beet advertising medium rh-Weet Tennessee. '"T " - "VfOTlCE. On and after the firstday of March I bhall sell for CASH. .1. A .McKinnie.- pOK KENT. The PresbvWmn Par-- aor.rige, on Market ttreet. Comfort able and convenient Iiousq. . Apply 'to'; C- M. W ELLONS. Announcements "T E are authorized to announce W. W. ''V PARLEY as-. i candidate for the office of ShenOi of Hardeman county, at the ensuing election August -next. "IVT r- authorized tuannounco ALEX ...

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 April 1876

it 1i I n 4 f, : THE PALMETTO AXI THE A NJUl'BERN LADV'rj rLEA FOK PEACE. BY MRS. L. them VIRGINIA FRENCH. together our gallant nires of and reeking Inows amid the around them on that the rirer of the blood, watered They planted old Though ne was rrowned with crystal snow, and one with solar gold : They planted thtm together on the world's majes tic height, ' At Saratoga's deathless charge, at Eutaw's stubliorn fiijlit ; At midnight on the dark redoubt, 'mid nlunirine shot and shell 8 At noontide gasping in the crush of battle's Moody swell J With gory hands ruichtv frav. Which surged and swelled mcniora'..t tinv When they planted independence, as a symbol and a sign. They struck deep soil and planted the Talmettoand the fine ! They pianted them together by Watered with our fathirs' hearts' with nnr tuiithfrB' . In the strong, rich soil of freedom, with a bounteous benison From their prophet, priest and pinneer our father V ashhiftou. Above them tloated echoes of the ruin and the wr...

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 April 1876

T'T.S' OF A D I TJSlXU. On inrh, nn? inrti'iii tarli Ki )-'! Mnt iiiscrtii'ii. .tl 00 FritLiniir.D Evert TnrasDAi 111 ARHISTEAD JAMN & CLARK. SUBSCRIPTION : On Tear $1 50 Fix Months 1 00 Three Months 75 fhibtcripHon must be. paid in advance. 11 AM Ad i I Inch '1 I nrln-s., i $ - I"' i i I" I - -l ' 1 IMI li 11 ! S I"' S - !' I I- I J Ml ill IT l.i 2--. L" i j X l" INI tJI 11 HI ll i ll ! -T 1 ii'-li'-i I ' t col Ufllll I '2 i-oliiiim 1 column.... i ii in I in i 1 in i"i I l? .' ! l ' ' I i - in j ii ! i :.-- !! i A nvoisifmfxts. A ii iiou ii ri ii c flu imnio or it p"--don lor Con m v otti.-e. .- : Stale odice, tin ; cdtral Olhce.tlj. Immriiil lj in ailvaiic. lolitrious, MarriaBe. Ilirtli iml i-nth ii.tii-. liritcj. anl will 1 willii-ly iHsi itc-l Iro of rlmrc'. Ol.itiinries. M:i-mii- ant other fi-ietv notirfu o deatliK. etc.. will It cliarceil ten cent per lin. VOLUME XI. BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE,. THURSDAY, APRIL 13. 1S7(5. NUMBER 37. The Bulletin. BOLIVAR BU Dj JL1 ! l T 1 V r TLME...

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 April 1876

..r,-V- 1 e I THURSDAY, APJ1IL 13, 1S7G. GEO. UAliDUV, Jr., ) LUTLlEli CLARK. I W. S. AKMISTEAD. Editors. The action of Senator Key, of Tennt 6 see, supporting the resolution of Senator Morton to appoint a committee to inves tigate the lato election in Mis?id?ppi,was a surprise to his constituency, and has excited no little comment from the press at large. We regret, yea, condemn the step taken by the successor of Andrew Johnson, for we think it unwise and per ilous, and certainly oppressive upon the State of Mississippi, and, whatever the motive that prompted Senator Key to co-operate with such men as Morton, Logan, Doutwell, Cameron, Davis and Clayton, in their unholy warfare upon the rights of a people, we think it a meet grave and inexcusable political er ror. The resolution we believe to have been conceived of malice prepense against the Demoerucy in Mississippi, no lately disenthralled, and will, if car ried out to its intents and numnf4 . 1 work untold mischief and wrongs not...

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 April 1876

j " II i ! I i i i THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 3 87C. Mississippi Central k. scuuDUiit:. TKAIN8 SOUTH. TRAIN'S NORTH. Mail train, 2:40 p ui Express, 2:35 a m Mail train, 2 4 j p in Express. 5:05 a in Kf Mail trainruni ever day. (Joanertion Is made by the southward bound fll ail an Express trains atUratid Junction with trains n tho Al O. Hand by tho same, trains joing north tt Jackson, Tens., with tratnion the Jl. & O. IS., li. GSO, IVI. PUGAIT, Agent TTTANTED Club agents for thin paper Terms Liberal. WANTED.-MerchanU to know that tli ia is the best advertising medium in West Tennessee NOTICE. On and after the first day of March 1 shall sell for CASH. J. A. McKinnie. KEATS. FOR KENT The Presbyterian Par sonage, on Market street. Comfort able and convenient house. Apply to O M. W ELLON P. Announcements. WE are authorized to announce W. W. FARLEY bs a candidate for the office of Sheriff! of liardeinan county, at the ensuing electioa August next WE are authorized to announce ALEX V. YOPP as...

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 April 1876

KILKST 11 VSIV. FAIiM AX I) (JAKDEN. Slaii'linn lo-lay by the ri cat church oiKau," I thought, how htiant;. , if a tiling bo gran I Should Ih (..lever ami ever silent. Waiting the touch of a master hand : Never a sound con I J the strong lungs utter, Never an echo of molotlies, I'nless the tinners of some musician ShouM fall on thesnoiy keys. il. An I I thought of t ne hearts so like the organ's, Hearts that are aching with silent pain, Because their strings are burdened with music And they cannot utter a single strain ; And I lie world looks on and never guesses The sounds that would tie sweet and grand, If the master keys could only answer To the touch of a master hand. 111. Sounds that are sweet as the anjr.'la' paafls, Notes as glad as the thrushes sing, Are hid in these silent hearts forever Waiting the master's lingering. St "! n-lace 1 men ami sad-eved women Silently walk through this veil of doubt. Whose lo-arlsare brimming with Heaven's music, ou imiMi nnniii 11 oui. DEADLY...

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 April 1876

The Bulletin. HA TES OF AD VERTISIXG. Oneimh.one insertion Each 8iilH4unit iu9i-rtiou .fl 00 so riELISHED Evr.BT THURSDAY Bl ARH1STEAD.HAMM CLARK. SUBSCRIPTIOM: One Year $1 50 Six Months 1 00 Three Months 75 Subscriptwns muxt be iiaul in advance. inn I i 1 f in h I S 2 li I 2 4 in t ." ii i ! 2 I li. li. - I 4 III I A in I M In 1? VI 1 12 M 2U ll 2: ."X 1 n-lit-H 1 ft III S in i ill III 12 .VI l.-i III I ?!l III I in in I !.' hi I 17 Mi column.... I S column.... j I column i 22 .Vl I .Vi in I .Vi III Al III I'll 111 .' Ill i S." III j 45 III I fJI HI ANorxi-r.ir.TS. Announcine the name f a per 'ti lorn Comity office, ."; Stnte Office, I0; Kdrl Office, fl.'i. Jnvjtriahly in mlvanc. llcliaioue. Mnrric, Itirth and IVnth n"tlc my licited, mid will ! wil)iirly iHetcrU-d Iref of charge. Olitnaric-s, Mitfconic and othir aociPtr noticra dc&thn. etc.. will 1- charts! tea cents per line. VOLUME XT. BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 20. 187(5. NUMBER 3S. BOLIVAR TIVI Milank.sk lotanisstH...

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 April 1876

olitmr Bulk! w. THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1S76. GEO. 1J A 11 DIN, Jr.,) LUTHER CLAUK. W.S. ARMLSTKAD. Editors. Scga! Advertisements: S HEKIFF'S S4LE. Friedman & Iro. vs. J. R and Edmund Heaves. I'y yiitue of venditioni exponas to me directed from the Circuit Court of Harde jnan county, I will sell at the Court-house door, in the town of Bolivar, on Saturday, 20th Day op May, the following depcribod Real Estate: One storehouse and lot in the town of Middleton, and being tho same that El raond Reaves bought of V F Tipler, which deed is recorded in the Register's office of Hardeman county, Deed Book T, pages 2G3 and 264, which is referf d to for a more perfect description, levied on tho property of Edmond i?avea. .1. J. NEELY, Sheriff. Printer's fee, $5 april20-4w S UERIFI-'S SALE. C M Lambeth & Co. use of A M Lam beth, Jr,, vs. (J VV Strickland. ly virtue of a venditiona exponas to ire directed from the circuit court of 7ardeman county, at the March trrni 1 876, I will sell, at the ...

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 April 1876

THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1876. Mississippi Cestkal k. R SCHEDULE. TRAINS SOUTH. TRAINS NORTH. Mail train,2:45 p ni Express. 2:35 a m Mail train. 2:45 p ui Express, 5:05 a ra t?1 Blail traiarnns ever? day. Connection la made by the aonthward bound A! ail an Expreea trains at Oraod J unction with traina an the M 0. K and by tha nmt trains going aorth at Jackaon, Teaa.. with tralna on tha M. O. K. K. GEO, Iff. DUGAN, Agent "1TTANTED Club agents for this paper. ' Terms Liberal. TyANTKD.-Merchants to know that this is tho best advertising medium in West Tennessee. PUK RKNT. The Presbyterian Par-- sonnge, on Market street. Comfort able and convenient house. Applj to O M. WELLON3. Announcements. XITE are authorized to announce W. W. FARLEY as a candidate for the r-fUce ct Slierifii of Hardeman county at the ensuing election August next. "llfE 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....

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 April 1876

LOST. BV BOSK TtlikY COOKE. Once on a t ime she came to me, As Mime small star from heaven mi ht flee io lie a mortal's nole delight, A love by dav, a dream bv night, J'hn nwoetest Ihirin on land or bea, My little diirling crejit to ine. A tremldin?, tendrr, fairy thinR, loo grave to smile, too Had to sing. Aware of earth with nrieve.1 surmise, An alien from her native skies, A baby Hngel strange to nee, Jly little darling came to me. Hut love and loving taught her smiles, And life and living baby wiles - . Way tli". "' to kiss, t o till my heart with drejiest bliss; My heart of hearts, my life, was she, -inis little, love who came to me. What, words Mie stammered, soft and low, ;7 olll'' tint mine could know : -More centle than a cooing dove. More fuml than anv voh-i-of love, So shy, so swoet, so tenderly, My little darling sjioko to me. I know not how to tell the grace 1 hat dwelt upon her wistful f;1.. H he tinted skin, the lin's pure bloom, 1 he clearest eye that knew not gloom,...

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 April 1876

The Bulletin. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One im-h, on insertion tl Oo Kacli pulitftMjueut iiiNcrtiou 50 OUT IT T TTinn rt'BLiRHF.D Evert Thcbsoat Bi ARMISTEAHAMH & CLARK. SUBSCRIPTION : One Year $1 50 Six Months 1 00 Three Months 75 Subscription vumt be paid in advance. TIMELY TOPICS. N L JL 1 In. li 3 2 '" I 4 ii I A i 1 I 12 .' I nrhcH I nrhes I s III 12 .'l I 2 111 rt III S INI j llllill 12 l I til 2u ' j 2.- in j X. in 111 (il j 17 III 1 i m I i-J Mi 21 m Ill I 4" III j III j 2.-1 Oil ,V III fill fll Mi m column ! column.... j column Assot'MT.MFXTS. A nnon ncing t he namo of a per son for a County office. .i ; Statp Office, ilo ; Federal Office, tl.'i. Invariably in advance. Rfli?iu. Marriage, llirtb anl Heath notice no licitcil. and will lie willixely inserted free of charge. Ohitnarit'H, Masonic and other society notice o death, etc.. will le charged ten centn per !in. VOLUME XI. BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY. APRIL 27, 187(5. NUMBER 39 The second duke of Oneida is dead Thus, on...

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 April 1876

THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1S7G. GEO IIAimiX, Jr., LUTIIKIi CLA UK, Editors. W.S. AllMISTEA D, I A THIRD PARTY. A call has been made by 'William Cul len Dryant; Theodore D. Woolsy, A. II. linllock, Horace White and Cail Scliurz for a convtntion and conference of ali euch a" consider loth tie Democratic and the Radical r artiee irremediably cor rurt, and who favor the organization of what might be called an anti-parly party. This certainly appears to all Democrats as a very unseasonable clamoni. There are, probably, corrupt men in the Demo cratic party, and men who disregard the very destruction of the whole country if they themselves are profited thereby. But the fact is, that the tiuly Democratic party, a party of the people, protects, and does not destroy, the people. It can not impose on any country, or any part of it, because Domocracy ineananot only rules or laws in9titted by the people themselves, but it means equality before the law. Democracy does not consist in stubborn ignorance,...

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 April 1876

mi nw a axil 11 1 i j i : ') &fmrs. Til U USD AY, ArUlL27, 1876. Mississippi Centual 11 K. TRAINS SOUTH. TRAINS NORTH. Mail train.2:43 p iu Accom'n, 0:30 a m Mail train. 1 :20 p in Accora'n. 9:12) a ni ra-Mi trainram erer day. ai.n.n Cooneet.on i. by the eonthwar bound M .11 an Kaprea. tre.ni at Uraad J unct.on with tram the W tCKaadbyth. .am. train. g0. north at Jackaon. Tena., with train.on the M. O. Ii- GEO, &Z. PTTGA", Agent WAXTS. ANTED Club agents for this paper. w fernia Liberal. wv 'ANTED., Mercnnnta to Know inar, this is the best advertising meuium in West Tennessee. 1CI2XTS. JUli KENT. The Presbyterian Par aonage, on Market street Comfort able and convenient houso. Applj to C M. WELLOXS. Announcements. WE are authorized to announce W. W. FAHIEY as a candidate for the rfiice of Shenffi of Hardeman county, at the ensuing election August next "TTE are authorized to announce ALEX ' V. YOPP as a candidate fur the office of Sheriff of Hardeman county. Election August nix...

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. — 27 April 1876

lMtlfr'T. I had sworn to be a bachelor, she had sworn to be a maid, For we both agreed in doubting whether matri mony pnii ; Besides 1 had my higher aims lor science filled my heart. And ho said her young affections were all wound up in art. So we laughed at those wise men who say that friendship cannot live 'Twixt man and woman, unless each has something else to Rive. We would be friends, and friends as, true as e'er were man and man, I'd lx a second lavid, and she, Miss Jonathan. We liked each other, that was all, and quite enough to say. So we just'shook hands upon it in a businewt sort of way. 'e shared our sorrows and our joys, together hoped and feared ; With common purpose sought the goal which young ambition reared : We dreamed together of the days, the dream-bright davs to come : We were strictly confidential, and called each other "chum." And many a day we wandered together o'er the hills I seeking bugs and butterflies, and she the mined mills And rustic bridges and the li...

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