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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 27 July 1876

r 7 J 1 FARROW GAUG3 2- It's A iactical Renionstratic.n of Theiv Utility and Success. f.OfisviixE, Ky , July 8, IbTO. M i'. Lmtoi:; tvinir busineefl in ibis fir v, within TJs Tin Irish Slavgater cf Ciiris tians ia Bulgaria. The rebellion in ILrrjeovirii.i li.is continued so le.njr as to expire the hopes of the peophj of Lula.-ia. An onthreak was a aeor 1 in.;! y j 1 nine 1 on both si I ? "j fw JitV8, I fav a vail-1 uJy.-cIfi,,frtne pl'K:ln .''J".;. anl Wt CR9 a0 Lithe opportunity to find out so-co; ! a f-;w tl.ons mi by 1? arnii a y. n rr-T.Is the .'nna.-ity m.l -r.un l:.-.-, ! t)ok thft 1:el i: t:l 1 - P"-P' " of the Louisville, Harrod Crck ijr. 'lrL:n?fl;Hah?l.(:ne too iiio W'cMf.d Viv,,,.. n,,,,,., f f.-r.m the outset. 1 :iu I urK ish popui.v rr.ti- ' ! tho -Uii I r.al on ho Ks- ...... -....t: t i .n rj iraia Ij.aiisvd.a to a eta j Uon in i.ii'.'a:i i id at i.-.ist halt as treat ! a the Ckri-ti-i.n Tho whole country tion known a-. Sand llili. They had i '? ,'"'l ""i1 C 'V' ' ':r ...

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. — 3 August 1876

-9 r i 1 1 JJLLd Vol. XII. No. 1. BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 187G. $1.50 per Annum. TROT IV A TO A PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, GEO. W". ARMISTEAD, WEST. S. ARM1STEAD, 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 MEMO!, IT IS The Farmer's Paper, The Merchant's Paper, The Mechanic's Paper, The Professional Man's Paper, The Politician's Paper I AND THE PAP EI I for EVERYBODY. terus oi subscuiptiox. One Year ? 1 50 Fix Months I 00 Thrke Months 75 Cash in Advance RA TES OP A D VER T1SIXG. t One Inch, one insertion $1 00 Kach subseiiuent insertion T0 ti, CO CI Q & 3 E s S 1 g g o c-t- .- is tr- tr c f , c j "t 1 inch :$ 4 00 $ 8 00 $ 0 Ui .Iti t0 $ i-X HO ti Inches1 8 00' 12 f0: It". 00: 4 00' 10 00 3 Inched 12 00! 16 IK): 20 00: :U 00 j .V) 00 i vol. : 20 oo : 2r oo no oo: 4.r oo! 7." oo 4 eol. ! :'o oo 40 oo r,o (X) 70 00 ...

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. — 3 August 1876

The Bulletin PUBLISHED EVEUY THURSDAY ARMISTEAD BROS., Editors and Proprietors. EOLIVAR. TENN., AUG. 3, 1876 NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, SAMUEL J, TILDEN, or Xen York. For Vice-President, Thomas A. Hendricks, o fin (liana. County Convention. A Convention of the Democratic voters of Hardeman county will assemble ia Bolivar on Saturday, the 5th day of Au gufet next, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the Legislature, and for se lecting delegates to attend the Flcaterial 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. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. At a meeting of the Democratic Execu tuve Committee of the Tenth Congres sional District of Tennessee, held at the tffioe of the Chairman, in Memphis, July 28, 1876, it was resolved that a Conven tion of Delegates, to nominate a Demo cratic candidate for the 45th Congress from said District,...

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. — 3 August 1876

The Bulletin. THURSDAY... ,.AU(J WAXTS. WANTED Club agents for this paps Terms Liberal. TTrA NTKD., Merchants to know that ' ' this is the beat advertising medium in West Tennessee. CANDIDATES. "TTTK are authorized to announce W. w FARLEY as a candidate for the office cfShtriffi of Hardeman county, at the ensuing election August next. "IITE are authorized to announce ALEX V. YD"! as a candidate fur the office of tsheriCF of Ilardeman county Election August next. "T7"E are authorized to announce J. I SIMPSON as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Hardeman county at the ensuing election, August next. fJK sre authorized to announce J. C. w w ....... . " SAVAUE as a candidate for re election to the office of Trustee of Harde man county. Election next August. E ara authorized to announce ' ' JAMES McCANX for the office of Trustee of Hardeman county, at the en euirp; election, August next. "t'lTE are authoiized to announce A '. P ' TILLER sis a candidate for re-elec tion to the offic...

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. — 3 August 1876

j l'U.JU1tJUI ) li Where the Bowlders Come Frm All have seen the imniens!; bowlders ended 'hst rock,' in snim sections, scat tered over the northern p-irt of the Uni ted States, which have little or no resem blance to any mass of rock anywhere if thj vicinity; and perhaj.s h;ive asked th question : Where did they tome from ? also tho hears cf sand, gravel and col- hie stones oi various sizes, which Iroin many cf o"r ridges, knolls and hid , a. d which are totally unlike any fixed rock near them. All these pin nomena, says tho fc'cieniific AiLfcricun, are attributed to a single caive, and that is the ;reat sheet (if ice which nature stored up aes hjio without the necessity of protecting it in nn ice house. According to Agas-iz, r the sheet (f ire extended in this coun try as far poulb an Mou'h Carolina or Ala bama, r.nd was thick enough to cover all tho mountains of the tuatern part of North America, with the exception of Mount Washinr-ton. This peak proj-.cted a lone sentinel on tho...

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. — 10 August 1876

Li iiilJ -- TT A "O 0 Vol. XII, ITo. 2. BOLIVAS, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1876. $1.50 per Annum 111 51 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. GEO. W. ARMISTEAD, WEST. S. A11M1STEAD, Editors and Proprietors. This Journal is pub lished in a populous and highly productive section of WEST "TIOTESSEE. Is a candidate for a still larger share of public PATRONAGE. VALUABLE! 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 TAPEIS, FOR EVERYBODY. TERMS Oi SUBSCRIPTION. One Year Fix Months .$1 50 00 75 Thkik Months Cash in Advai.co RA TES OF A D VER TISING. One !neti, one insertion 1 Each BUbsoquent insertion CO 0 ' tO W g B E I o o 8 a o B o 0 re 2 Ipches 00! 12 00; 16 O0j 24 00! 40 00 3 Inches 12 OOi 18 00; 20 00! 34 00 M 00 i col. I 20 00 ! 25 00 j 30 00 j 45 00 75 CO i eol. M oo: 40 00; :o to: 7 w i;u uu 1 eol. 50 00 i 70 00 'JO 00; 100 00 250 00 Address ARMISTKAI) B1JOS, Editors tind Prcrletors. Bolirar Bu...

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. — 10 August 1876

The Bulletin 1UKLLSHED EVERY THURSDAY AKMISTEAD BROS., Editora and Proprietors. BOLIVAR, TENN-, ATJG. 10, 1876 NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fer President, SAMUEL J, TILDEN, of IVcw York. For Vice-President, Thomas A. Hendricks, oflntflana. FOr Representative J. A. Manson. COKGAESSIOKAL CONVENTION. At a meeting of tho Democratic Execu tive Committee of the Tenth Consresaion- hl District of Tennessee, held at the effics ef the Chairman, in Mewirhia. July ir;ro, it wasitouhej that a Conven tion of Delegates, to nominate a Demo cratic candidate for the 45th Congress from eaid District, be held at Memphia on Thursday, September 7, 187G. It was roiolvel and the Committe rjpcctfully recommend that the basis of representation in eaiJ Convention bo one delegate for every 100 votes cast for Hon. Jis. D. Porter for Governor at his election in Novcmbir, 1871, in his coun ties of Hardeman, Fayette and Shelby, and tho Democratio Executive Commit tees of said counties are respectfull re quested to ...

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. — 10 August 1876

The Bulletin. THURSDAY, ;. AUG. 10. WANTS Ty ANTED Club agents for this paper. ' ' Terms Liberal. WANTED., Merchants to know that this Is the best advertising medium in West Tennessee. HOME HOPPER. Organize co-operative Tilden Clubs at once. Let each Civil District commence the wcrk of organization forthwith. The State Convention assembled Nashville, Wednesday the 9th. in Gen. 12. P. Neely and family, left on Monday last for Bon Aqua Springs. We call special attention to the old re liable Memphis and Charleston railroad advertised in another column. W. C. A'eWon, from iV&f-hville, was in the city Sunday last. The general is looking remarkably well. Hepatine 1 discovered in southern Nu bia, cures all diseases of the liver. For sale at Hamner & Kino's. Who is the Tilden man to take the lead to organizo a Tilden and Hendricks Club in his District. Push on the wcrk bribkly. James Fentress, Jr., cur popular Chan cery clork; has been quite sick dur ing the last few days, but is no...

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. — 10 August 1876

TRUE INWARDNESS OF THE NATIONAL BANKING SYSTEM. Bow One Hundred Thousand can be Legally Swelled into On Ilillion Dollars. From th Irieb World. A sarnie, or an example of how the peoole of the United States arj robbed by the ' National Banks: A, P, C, and D, eoh haia? 100,000 wh capital, con unire to organixe a National Hank acb. They form a pool of C400.000. A gets his charter and hnB all tilings ready to Ktirt his bank. He dep dis the $400,000 In ui8 bank of deposit, buys government bonds (f tOO.OOO) and draws that amount of currency, lees ten per cent. that is $250,000, which he also deponits, and buvs bonds U the amount of SSSl'n), and 8,ain takes currency to that am"u it. he3 ten per oat giving $300,600, winch he depoiU and' buys bond' t the amount of $266,000, acd takes ui the balance of hi currency, (239,400), which h alsa deposit. In tabular form the transaction will etand thus : - Bank of I CurreucyilO p. o.bal. Deposit Bonds b'a! Receivedjia Treas'y $100,000 S60 (.'00 300,6...

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. — 17 August 1876

1 1 V I . r 1 r . U Vol. XII. No. 3. BOLIYAE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1876. SI. 50 per Annum, BOLIVAR iRTTI T WHPI1VI in 1 1 si -5 In 1 rUBUSBED BVEBY THURSDAY, , GEO. W. ARMISTEAD, "WEST. B. ARM18TEAD, Editors and Proprietors. This Journal is pub lished in a populous and highly productive section of WIST TENNESSEE. Is a candidate for a still larger share of public PATRONAGE. 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. TKBUS Oi SUBSCRIPTION. Ck Tbak .... - 1 50 L'rx Mcntbi..... I W i"n BKt MOJ(THS... ...... -... ... 5 Cash in Advaac It A TES OF AD VER TISINO. Ob lasfci ostt insertion If &k alequenl insertion $1 00 CO O a o P -I B s o a 1 r lnh 'f 4O0.$8OO:$9OO:$16OO$24oO laches B 00; 12 0 16 00 24 00! 40 00 3 In hes i ool. ol. 1 col. 13 oo! lit oo: 20 oo : n4 oo ro oo 20 00' 25 00! 30 00: 45 00 30oft! 40 00i w) oo; 70 00 tOOfr 70 00: W 00' 100 0...

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. — 17 August 1876

The Bulletin rUULISHKD EVERY THURSDAY ARMISTEAD BROS., Editors and Proprietors. BOLIVAR, TENN., AUG. 17,1876 NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, SAMUEL J, TILDEN, of IV'ew Yorli. For Vice-President, Thomas A. Hendricks, oflndlana. For Governor James I. Porter OP HENRY. For Representative, J. A. Manson. Central Democratic Executive Com. mittee of Hardeman County. J. M. IIcBRiRD, Gen. R. P. Neely G. "W. Armistead, Fraxcis Fentriss, Jessk Kormeut. Electors for the State at Large. Isbau G. Harris, of Shelby County. W. B. Bate, of Davidsoa County. Electors for the Congressional Dis tricts. First District To bo filled by District Convention. Second District Moses White, of Knox County. Third District To bo filled by District Convention. Fourth District Hon. Benton M'Mil lan, of Smith County. Fifth District lion. E- Cooper, of Bedford County. Sixth District Thomas L. Dodd, of Davidson County. Seventh District To bo filled by Dis trict Convention. Eighib District Uou. B. A. Enloe, of...

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. — 17 August 1876

The Bulletin. THURSDAY,..:...". AUG. . 17. TTTANTED Club agents for this paper. " Terms LtJwraL WANTED., Merchants to know that thin is the Lest advertising medium in West. Tennessee. HOME HOPPER. Fauster'brothera printers. Pi'vlct Birdaonghas the best drinks in town. James Fentress, Jr , is well and him self again. Glad. Congressional Contention will meet in Memphis, Sept. 7. Col J. R.McN'eely has returned to his homo in Hernando, Miss. Excuse the scarcity of Tilden & Hen dricks reading this week. Don't fail to call onPitzer Birdson" He is each a sociable fellow. Col. A. J. Moore, of MTinona, Mias., lias been visiting his son, Dr. E. D. Moore. Morgan Moore, Marcus nnd Sam Kahn are en route to Centennializa Philadelphia. We need a female to occupy the post oOce in Bolivar, then the mails would always be on time. The name of T. C. Lowe was omitted in the puhlisbed list of delegates to tho Congressional Convention. Wade Harvey, the popular clerk in Dr. Moore's Drug Store is sick w...

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. — 17 August 1876

of office-holders. The official class in other countries, sometime by its own weight and sometimes in alliance with the nrmj, has been able to rule the un organized masses even under universal u3rage. Here it has already grown in to a gigantic power capable of Btifling the inspirations of a sound public opin ion, and of resisting an easy change of administration, until m.ovemment be comes intolerable, and pub'i.; spirit has been stung to the pitch of a civic revo lution. The first step in reform is the eTeTition of the standard by which the appointing pow er selects agents to execute official trusts Next in importance is a conscientious fidelity in the exercise of the authority to hold to account and displace untruet worthy or incapable subordinates The public intesest in an homst, skillful per formance of official trust must not be f acrificed to the unsufruct of the incumb ents. After these immediate stops, which will ensure the exhibition of better ex-1 amples, we may wisely go n...

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. — 24 August 1876

f i Vol. XII. No. 4. BOLIVAE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1876. SI. 50 per Annum. 1 r i i Mi- Hi ! utfothi. TUBLISHED EVFRY THURSDAY, GEO. ARMISTEAD, "WEST. S. ARMISTEAD, Editors and Proprietors. This Journal is pub lished in a populous and highly productive section of WEST Is a candidate for still larger share public a of 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 PAPER Til FOU EVERYBODY. TERMS Ol SUBSCRIPTION. Osk Year fix Months , 50 00 75 Tuuitt Months Cash in Advance RA TES OF AD VER T1SING. w c O Bag g S CD QD -3 CO 1 B 9 c o e rinrh $ 4 00 $ 8 00:$ 9 00;$16 0l) $ !i4 00 2 Inches! i)0 12 00; 16 00; 24 00 S Inches! 12 00! 1 00; 2Q 00; 34 00 40 00 r.o oo 7r eo 120 00 2'25 00 i col. ' 20 oo; 2.i oo; ao co -ir oo 4 col. 1 31) 00: 40 00; F.0 CO; 70 00 1 !. 0 00: 70 00; 90 00' 150 00 Addres9 armistead bros, Editors aud Proprietors Bolirar Easiness Directory...

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. — 24 August 1876

The Bulletin 1UBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ARM ISTEAD BROS., Editora and Proprietors. BOLIVAR. TENII., A3JG. 24, 1876 NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Proident, 'SAMUEL J, TILDEN, of 'Xew York. For Vice-President, Thomas A. Hendricks, oflndlana. "Electors for the State at Large. I Li am O. Harris, of Shelby County. VV. B. TUte, of Daridson County. Electors for the Congressional Dis tricts. First District To ba filled by District Convention. Second District Moses White, of 'ivnox county. Third District To be filled by District Convention.- Fourth District Hon. Benton lI'Mil Jan. rf Smith County. Fifth District Hon. E- Cooper, of jeoiora L-ouncy. Sixth District Thomas L. Dodd. of uavuson oounty. Seventh District To bo filled by Dia triet Convention. Eighth District Uou. B. A. Enloe, of Madison County. Ninth District To be filled by District 'Convention. Tenth District J. VV. Clapp, of Shelby 'County. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For Governor James I. Porter OP HEITRY. For Representative, J. A. M...

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. — 24 August 1876

The Bulletin. TUURSDAY AUG. 24 TyANTED Club agenta for this paper. " Terms Liberal WANTED. Merchants to know that this is the best advert.aing medium in Weit Tennessee. HOME HOPPER. Organize Tilden Clubs. Fine Old "Whiskey at Hamner'a. To add to your business put an "ad" in the Bulletin. Frank Bond, Esq , of Brownsville is ia town vibiting relatives. Cheapest Clothing in town at Ae&iistead it PuLKB. "Wearing off the Green Milliards at Pitzer Birdsong's. Plaving Clothing for the cost of making at Armistead & Polk's. The crops are flourishing and pects excellent for a fine yield. pros- If you want a coat go to Akmistbad & Polk. The firtt page of our paper has an interesting letter from Washington. When you want a good square meal gi? the European a call. Hepatine cures dyspepsia and all bil lions complaints. At Hammer &, King'F. Young Yopp was born to keep a Hotel as Napoleon was to rule an Empire. Go to the Peoples' Drugstore to buy fresh drugs. II. M. Ilamner, Propri...

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. — 24 August 1876

FORTUNE AND LOVE. By ELIZA G10K. Let toe live -without Fortnne, if Provi dence will it, For Jcy can be found where small trea sure is shed; Those who bear a fall cup are most fear ful to spill it. And oftentimes walk with the narrow est tread. I ear not though Fate may deny me profusion, ii ear m win out snow me some rays ii urn amove: Tell me not that God's light is a dreamy illusion 1 could Jive without Fortune, but not WltUOUt LiOV! Oh! 'tig pleasant to know there are be ings about ns Who tune the most exquisite strings in our heart, To feel that they would not be happy without us, And that we, in our loneliness, sigh wneu wo part On! there's poaething divine In the thought that we cherish A star-beam within us, that shines from above To know, that if all the world gives us suouia perisn. The greatest of Fortune still dwells in our love! Oh! 'tis glory to feel that we live for snie others, That self is n jt all low. we depend on be- That affection yet links us to sisters and brot...

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. — 31 August 1876

BOLIVAR vl T f 1 Vol. XII. No. 5. BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1876. 1.50 per Annum. r ; c - I i i 1 I i !' 1 M ! h ij PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, GEO. YV. ARMISTEAD, "WEST. S. ARMISTEAD, 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. 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 Olf SUBSCRIPTION. Okk Year $1 50 Six Months , 1 00 Th ke Months - . 75 Cash in Advanco EA TES OF AD VEIt TISING. O B O rs P en t n a 1 loch jf 4 00 8 00 $ ! OolO 00 $ 'M 00 2 Inches; 8 00' 12 00: 1 00: 24 00 40 00 3 Inches! 12 00 i 18 00: JO 00 i 34 00 j .r0 00 tool. 80 00 i 2T OOi 30 00: 45 00 75 0 i col. I 30 00: 40 00 r.0 00" 70 00 IviO 00 1 col. j 50 00i 70 00: K1 00 150 00; !W5 00 Address AHMISTE AD BROS, Editors and Proprietors. Golkar...

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. — 31 August 1876

Tho Bulletin PUBLISHED EVERY' THURSDAY AUMISTEAD BUO&, " Editors and Prop ritto rs. BOLIVAS; TEKK-., SI, 1S76 NATIONAL democratic TICKET. For President, SAMUEL J, TILDEN. of Xeiv York. For Vice-President, Thomas A. Hendricks, oflndlana. Electors for the State at Large. I sham O. Harris, of Shelby County. W, 15. Hate, of Daridaon County. Electors for the Congressional Dis tricts First District To be filled by District 'C'oiveDtion. Second District Moaea Whi Knox County. Third District To be filled by District ' Convention. Fourth District Hon. Denton M'Mil-i lan, cf Smith County. F:fth District Hon. E- Cooper, o(. 'Dedford Ccanty. i Sixth Distriot Thomas I. Dudd, of 'Davidson Countv. Seventh District To be filled by Dis-i trict Convention. i KiVh;h District Hon. B. A. Enloe,1 ' of Madison County. i NiDtb District To be filled by District Convention. 1'entli District J. W. Clapp, of Shelby v-oun;y. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET ! iX'or Governor James I). Porter ; OP HENRY. 'For Represen...

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. — 31 August 1876

The Bulletin. THURSDAY AUG. 31 WANTS. Ty"ANTKD Club agents for this paper. " Terms Liberal WANTED., Merchants to know that tbw ia the best advertising medium in West Tennessee. HOME HOPPER. Be wise and advertise. Fine Old "Whiskey atllamner'a. Whoever saw not a piece.but the whole of a string? Mr. Morgan Moore his returned from his Centennial trip. Cheapest Clothing in town at Armistead & Polk's. Glad to see S. R. Hardy in our office, lie looks well and comfortable. Go to the Peoples Drugstore to buy fresh drugs. R. M. ilamner, Proprietor The Senatorial and Floterial Conven tion of this District commences to mor row, at Jackson. If you wish the choicest article cf flour at the most reasonable rates, call on Ingram fc McClartT. Most of the shadows that cross our path through life are caused by our stan ding in our own light. Clothing; for the cost of making at Armistead & Polk's. Do not fear a small advertisement by the side of a competing one. The bi one cannot eat it up. Br...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
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