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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 12 January 1867

golinnr Bulletin. Local 1 (fairs. St James' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. feerrices on every Sunday and an all the Iloljr Day 1J the RECTOR. W. C. GRAY. Th hear rWr opening Saadaj School ia...... 8'i o'clock AM Moraiag -Service oa Sunday. ...... 10', Kveeiug Srvtc, aa Saudaj ......... 3 do P M ta Ilcly Daja ..7!i A aad 4, T M U - ( . I V. VAJ - J I .. 1 V .1 J pi n f An - The eeaU fthl Cbearch are ALL rRSB. N(jTK'B r2 Subscriber When a red cross-mark appears on the margin of jour papr it in placed there to notify you that yotir subscription has expiicd. if you do iru the paper to be discontinued notify us of the fitct immediately; otherwise it will be continued at your expense. Persona who . have the paper brought to them by the earner, and who arc" lnonthly subscribers, are hereby notified that hereaf ter no subscription will be received for a less tini than six months, payable in advance. JL C It. It. Trains pass Bolivar as fol lows : Passenger train, south, 3 00 p. m; pas senger 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. — 12 January 1867

0 r o r9. .Tax oa Cjttaa ' At t'io last B.;sioii of n:rre--n, "remarks the) Aw. oik .T.Mirmlof uvroe, an aet was U- ; !1It i,lMr II revety.ni tax )i wtrce cntj ..in!:' ,.h.:a in the United iif.nv:n.;i, (if tvtt-i.y t. Lliirtj jr cent ur.r.n tli c ..-t uf pp. JiiJuun 5 burden" wl.'lci. voulJ another 'without excuse if it were to rest ujk,u any homo interest Thii " ft, "Pl'arent, that thosJ'vvho !nu .Iciended tin; tax have bas'd ilic-ir iirgtiuieirti upon the ground that American cotton was without a rival in ths market of the world, uud there fore such an exaction could n-t interfere at ad vyjJi iu furiiiu co'nsutnr.ti.r:, und'must W jmiJ by the allien purohiscr. i'o 8h .v i'ue crir of th.it p --ifi :i .1 com mittee of the New York Chamber of Com oere, .n,;,tin uf five eminent elrizens, drew up a report, whivh was perfectly unan swerable ia its coDvIuiions, an-1 w.ts unaui iouly adopted by that body; " TIi-j eom mlttee were afterwards instru ;t ! to pre Tare a memorial to Comrre "rjd...

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. — 19 January 1867

I JKcmphts ldvcrti&cmcnls. Preparations. DIL SAMUEL GILBERT, s-o celebrated havia( bad, fur the las twantr-fire years, in the treatment wl Clironic Diseases, mcmt IncratiT Medical Practice In th S..nt h at last Cnnnted to aliow Mvcral of hii tutmt esteem:'! ntmeuien to bo prepared and told a proprietary meiuins. This resMa tioa baa been enKewlered br the rrpif 'i solicitations of thoM who hao experienced tna bntit of his remarkaMe jtd fMional skill, ana by the impossibility nf givinjr especial nt ContiAK tm each of thm wnttea applicatinna ni i-io Nhi:n ir,r rreaeriptiofia by tho whoao penuiary circumstances, or lu5- kaoitt, preclude the poaaibility ot applying in i-craon to turn. Tte Public Hay r.staMnred that tho manafactnrer spare ncit'icr f ains rlpiHith preparation of these remedies. Tiiey are t&ati of tl rery best rnedicio.e known, in m highly oateu trated form, spun atrictl scientific principle:!. Da. SAMUEF GILBERT'S General Alterative A at directly npoa the Glands an...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 19 January 1867

erT' " ' .1 ,. .raw, mmr-ZMr- -M K. l'AItiasH. Kmtor. " SATURDAY, - - January 10, 1SG7 Av Evil. We wis.li to call the attention of our readers to a fact that is now trans piring, and earnestly ask that the sul.j.-ct he hereafter handled ly more able and experi enced persons than ourselves. It U appar ent to all. that great i-hangf have taken place sinoo the pal'ant l'aurearl fired upon the steamer .Star of the West, an 1 that ilie peop!e of the Houth have felt those changes mure keenly tlian any u Iier portion t.f the C! tie of which h the hytem of l.iUjr. Now, Call to mini i this: All the tatf All laws shall be impartial, with out regard to lainMiajre. race, or former con tlition. If the provisions of this section ehouM ever be altered, repealed, expunged, or in any way abrogated, tliis act shall be come void and said State lus its riht to 1 e represented in Conrcs. I-'kc. S. And be it further enacted, .That, whenever the foreoin conditions shall be coinii'ied with, the citizens 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. — 19 January 1867

4 1 I -' I if' u , 31 , III' Iocal liTatrs. St. Janes' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. Cervices oa iverr Sunday and ua all th Ilvly Days b;r the RECTOR. W. C. GRAY. Th hoor for opening Sunday School 1 eV' o'clock A M Morning Service on Sunday. ....,.... 0'a 1-Toniog Service ou Sundays ........... 3 do p M On llily l)jyt 7',' A and 4j V M Services twice each Wednesday and Friday daring Leal. O f The seats of this Cbuarch are ALL FREE. easesssMMSsssesssaswnsssMMSssssssMsnsSBjsssssssssnassasssnsnsssMsl Notice To Subscribers When a red cross-mark appears on the m iri"m of j our paper it in placed there to notify you that your subscription has cxpwed. If you de ire the pajT to le discontinued notify us of the fact immediately; otherwise it will bo continued at jour 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. JL C. It. K....

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. — 19 January 1867

Treasure Trove Extraordinary A Couple oC Waikera in. ths Sever3 of Kew York-" Pay Dirf ' Struck Heavily. Nsw York Correspondence of Kris Di'patuh'.'; Sever-tl years ao a littl German Jew, named S-:!iwrtrU, believing that in the sowers of New York miirht be found many nrtu-lo-t of T.iiue whi.'h hid hftf-n JOS't, entered then), find fur thrO.C !;IVS Wlin.lrc I thmn .! ti... labyrinth. II,; was verv oiu-eo-fu!, ickinj; up some $7,000 worth 'of jewelry, spoon?, forks, etc.; but having I ir-t his wily the first day, l.e he I ieved that lio ini ;l:t li:ive found much more could ho hare carried out the original plan, which was to vi.-it Fifth and Aladisou avenues, IJroiulway an 1 the wealthy portions of the city. Ho ".'rent, however, were the diricult ies and d infers wlii:h he encountered, that nothing ct-uld induce him again to isit " New .York: underground." Ilia adventure for a timn created quite a little sensation, lut iu ro were none ventur ous enough to attempt a sr-cmd, until Wed 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. — 26 January 1867

JTIetis phis .ld vcrtisem cti Is. Preparations. ML BAMUETj GILBERT, bo celebrated a having had, fur the la.- tweoty-five fears, in tb treatment I Giironic Diseases. the tnwrt lucrative Medical Practice ia th Booth. hiu at last tunau t to allow several of h:a most esteemed r medioo to k praparrd aad sold M proprietary medicine. ThU resolo- ( hu tma SDfreodvred by the repeated solicitations of b.oe who have exierienoed the beofitof hu remarkable pro finl iiill, and by the impossibility of givia; MoiaI at--seaueo te each of the written application made to him for rreeeriptiotu by those vbuM pecuniary circumstance, or baa- habita, preclude the possibility of applying ia person to Li m. The Public May reet assured that the eaafaetarers apare neither pains aer ezpeaae ia the preparation of thee remedies. They are nadeof the very bt medicine known, ia a highly coaoea erated form, npon strictly aeieutie principle. Da. SAMUEL GILBERTS G cneral Alterative AeU directly npon the Gland and M aeo...

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. — 26 January 1867

1 ,2a imam M. II. l'ARMSH. rninm. SATURDAY, - - January 23,1807 Or;am.k. In view of the Tart that clec tions are to be laid in this State in Augu-t nest, wo suggest that a thorough and com plete organization tf the conservatives be Lrougbt abut. The radical, or I Jrowuiow party, have their secret oath-bound leagues, and will make a desperate effort to retain the offices new occupied by them. It is abso lutely necessary that the conservative ele ment be consolidated and put in motion. We. wnnt to know our champiou for the Gu bernatorial race. Would it not be well for the people to call a convention at an early day. for the purpose of selec ing uit..b!e candidates ? As long as we remain inactive, just so long .will we be ruled over by the Urownlow, the Maynards, the Amelia, and the Smiths. Outside of the odious franchise law, the people of this State can right them selves if they will. Again we call for a "convention, and let that convention te com posed of nt lat one delegate from ev...

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. — 26 January 1867

Local 1 Hairs. t St. Janes' Church, Eolivar, Tenn. tsrrices en r Sunday and ua all tUe Holy Days by the KKOTOlt. W. C. UK AY. Tli hour for Seiiiiif Sunday Sellout la H'a o'clock A 31 Morning Kerlre on Sunday ......... 10', k?uiu Sertieeun Sundays ......... 3 do r M Oa Ilily Days '. 'i A M and 4',' V M 8rvica twice each Wednesday and Kriday during Lent. 8,- The aeat of this Chuarch are ALL FREE. Konca To Subscribers When a red cross-mark appears on tlie unrein of your jiapcr it in placed there to notify you that jour subscription haa expiied. If you de sire the paper to be discontinued not fy us of the fact immediately.;', otherwise it will Ihj continued at your expense Persons who have the JfUr 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. e n JL. C. It. II. Trains pass Hulivar as fol lows : Passenger train, south, 3 00 v. M ; pas neiiger 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. — 26 January 1867

Caving la Several weeks u we puUineJ a pant, graph re'ativc to the cnc-rjachin of the Mississippi River upon the town of Helena, Ark , ttnting that great lo83 of property Iial been sustained and that apprehensions were felt for the safety of the entire eito of t!o neeiuin Jy ill-fated place. From I fol lowing item, whi. h we clip from the Helena Clarion of the 16th inst., it will be seen that another break in the bank of the river nt that point haa recently oeeured : Another Heavy Cace. Tho Mississippi river has made another sudden and destruc tive inroad upon the foundations of the city Afabout 2 o'clock last Sunday morning, the bank opposite tho Exchange Hotel com menced sliding in, and in a short titua a very largo semi-circular section of the bank went in, extending back across Main street en dangering the Hotel building and the ad joining residences. This is the largest and most ruinous caving which has occurred, and id truly a great calamity to our citizens whose property is t...

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. — 2 February 1867

llcmphls ldirllscments. Dr. thT,ii;z:i4 Preparations. PR. SAMUEL GILBERT, so a having bad, tut the last twenty-Sv years, i celebrated a the treatment Ciironic Diseases. the inaat laerative Medical Practice in the Sooth, ha at lant ted ta-allnw several of his moat MUeiaeU rcinedioo to prepared and cvM a proprietary medicine. Thia resolu taa ha feeca engender? y the repealed solicitations of Bee w ho have experienced tue hvnaut of his remarkable pro- laaeioDai aaui. a no ay the iiaponiiKty of Rivm especial at t taeli of the written applicatiuui ui uia tohiin for rrocertptiocj by thoec whose pecuniary circumstance, or boa- ' a acuta, preclude the poasiu.lity of applying ia person to The Public Jft y raH Mwnr4 that th munfMtiren , neither paiu nad of tb vrr bat mUioint kiown. in a highly eoncen- Da. SAMUEL GILBERT'S General Alterative AM directly a pool theGlaadeaad Macwi Membranes stim- leilac theaa to additional activity in their natural function r aMminatinf rrom the t irrulatinc; In...

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. — 2 February 1867

gultriw. m. n. VAHrasji. i i.iftt. SATUIIDAY, - Fcbiuary 2, L3G7 Vaxti;i A contention of the ieojlo of 'Knneasce, to inert ft t'uj .v.-il on the Hr -t Tuci3y in March fur the ruTjii.e 'x( eeloct inj hfjitablc candidates men to fill the ofa ecu t-oon to become vacant, and whii.li fire now l.c' l ly Urownluw htm Win kith and kin. Vv e carm-Mly hope that the cnnscrvj'.tive press i.F the; Htate vvi!l ur-j 'rt v.nn the people. I'y a'l means ht us huvo a convention, it is ajjsohitely necessary that we '.should; the rifclieals are organized and c::ii count on every voto wiiuin their oath li.u.'.d league. 'VI. e Vont-cr;itivG elements arc Jirioranizcd. Lot tlo coiacntioii .e called and every county rhould send at h riht one delegate. Start the ball, and do iict Jet it ftup rolling un'il the last radici'l whelp id pushed into the nhsoure corners from whence they eamo dining the late unhappy war. Nicgek. The foul mouth radicals of thid woe befallen State nrc going to have a " pow erful time" ...

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. — 2 February 1867

3 i A : a f I y' Ittwr m. ' Si. James' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. Service urn every Hundsy and on all tha Day by the KKCTOft, W. C. RAT. Tha hoar fur opening 8nnday tchl it 8!i o'clock am , Morning Service oa SBndsys. W'i Kveniaf Suvvico un S;m.U 3 do P X On Iltlv Ivs - 7'f A and 'a-F M fervlrea tvrice eaoh Wednesday and Kridsy durinr Lent. ffg- The ssats of this Clioarch are ALL FRKE. Notick. To Subscribers When a red cross-mark appear on the margin of your , paper it is placed there to notii'y you that , your huWription has expiied. If you de i niro the paper to l di.sointinued notify us t of thc fact immediately; otherwise it will bo continued at your, expense. ; I'crsons who luu J the paper brought to them by the carrier, and who are monthly ' subseribere, are hereby notified that hcreaf ' ter no subscription will be received for a less " time tliantiix month.", payable in advance. l '.' JL C. li. It. Trains pass Bolivar as i'ol- lows: i'aasenger train, south, 3 00 p. m; pas 1 ecnge...

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. — 2 February 1867

For the Bolivar Bulletin. II atria, ony. I ask with the Indian philosopher why it is that the &'oft and delicate hyinenial cord bo often proves a chain of iron ere the wane of the honey moon ? Why is it that that physico-magnetic power -which hinds mil lions of hearts in the flowery wreaths of affection should so soon afterward leave them at such a distance, a monstrous loose from love ? Ah! tay friends, I can penetrate the mist of the mystery; you too frequently marry for that seducing trash called money, which has the despotic power of estranging man from man, and of banishing peace for ever from her heavenly possessions. When thisstulT is allowed to hear sway at the nup tial altar, you only join hands and approxim ate carnally, while your hearts are as far apart and as cold as the two poles of the CJIohe. Silver and poM alone can never solder heart together, but even if they are apparently one, in what sense can they be considered so ? Why in tfie same sense that the cold oys...

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. — 9 February 1867

JTIcntpfiLi -idvertiscments. Dr. 'Cmr:itic:2S. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, so celebrated as kT'.o had, for th tut twenty-five years, ia the treatment I Clironic I cases, th not (uertiT Medical Pnue in th SootK, ban at lafc entnt4 tit ftilow ever.t of bi m- tetae4 rotnedieo to n pr imped and mM a proprietary medicines. This renolu io ha ixn. eiiprernlerod tii repea.t':i an imitations of lhM m h btT experienced tri b-nfit ut hi remarkabl jro fftsaioii&l ski.l. and by the isnpomtihihty of piTin eperi.i at Mnltn U ch of th wr -,- a;iUciiDOs mvio t:h;;ri ftr (rcacnptioni by thoM wh-.-tj peeumary cirenrontaaets, or bu toMi batoita, prcltd tha poMiUlity of applying in perou to The Public K.4T mtiMard thai the mancfaetarer spare neither paint arirnM ia th prej.ratio of theM remedies. They r made of th wmry best medicines kaowu, in a Uighly concea jrtd fern, pom strictly scientific principles. Da. SAMUEL GILBERTS General Alterative Acts directly npen lh Glands and M neons Membnnoi ttiia- iatief ...

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 February 1867

4s' S "if 1 t , 4 2 51. K. I'AHIlISit. 1:wt;.I4. SAT ITU DAY, - - Pcbruary 0, 1GG7 Jlerrpliu Letter. Arrival tf Goi. E'anre'i-d 2 Us l-ffj frd trioiisiri iiv.Uciiii cud J, k-J-jvUc ,SA-- hJ lit 111 J t'uvrt A Jr'.Yvrul Jud !' truiiizi home )aatotj"-tv r Gt-n, S;; dait' ami Gc,i. Albert il'dny John-iot' rchta-.ns .i :r, etc. Vor..-A! Ho:;-::. ' . J r.;o ?Alj f V J Men: j'" r2'!io arrival of Gen. JJoaurojard i t'oeura 10 i;e. .... r ... 1 I . ? -vervoo.-v i meet cr iieart t is s--pcalii.t$r '-:' j.'oln up aoi paying their respect to tho gallant Ge.icr.il ;.t tho Over ton hotel, where is is understood, he h c:i U rtaiood as the rue:;t of the city. This is f.s it should bw. Gen. iieatfYC-irard, Le.-ilcs being one of the great Captains oi tl ag.-, is one of tho truest and most di? interested patriots of whf-us the South can ben-? I; t.3 was. evinced on a late occasion in 'cur.;pc in a manner bo signal as to endear him uneiv to every true friend of the South, the world over. ' On that occ...

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 February 1867

Solium 4 St. James' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. fervicea oq every Sunday anj on nil tha Holy Layi t.j the HECTOR. V. C. Cii.VY. The liour for opening Sumliy School i. fi'-j o'clock A Miming Svrvica on Sunday 11)' 4.'venin; Service on Sumlayi 3 4o ' FK II'.!y' l)yti ".' j A M and 4' P M Service tu ios ench V elnuJay and EriJay during Lent. 5 Tin seat of thi C'mnroh ars ALL FUEi:. Xctici: To Snb:;i-riOtrd When a red cross-mark appears jii t!io ra.irgin of your paper it id placed there- to notify you. that your fcuhscription has xpiied. If you de sire tin; paper to be disentinued notify in of .ho fact immediately; otherwise it will bo continued at your txpense. f I'ersona who iuve the :pcr brought to them by the carrier, and who are monthly 8 ub.scriber-., are hereby notilicd that hereaf ter no subscription will be received for a less t'lnie than six months, payable in advance. ' ' :JI. C. II. R. Trains pass Bolivar as fol lows : Passenger train, south, 3 00 r. M ; pas Bonger train, north 1...

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 February 1867

'T V . 1 "11 - 1. . .. . Ucretoforo the anomalv has alwavs exla t-J, tbat every second year the Legislature of the Union was incomplete. The con j.;res3ionul elections in the fckates were ar ranged for local convenience, on the basis of a exiting Jaw, tnat when one tonre." ex ired by its own limitation, on the 4;h of 1 larch, the next was not required bv law to meet before the Deceiuber following Con sequently in a number of the States the elec tions to the House of Kef repentativea were toot held until some time in that interval during the summer preceding the actual meeting of Congress. It has, therefore, al ways happened, when an extra session of Congre3 was called in extraordinary con junctures, that some of the States were ac tually unrepresented or were constrained to order special elections. This difficulty might have been obviated in fact by the con current action of ail these States, in altering their own laws of election, and advancing the period several months. Uui; there...

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 February 1867

Preparations. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, 'bo celebrated a kaving bdj, fcr the Iut twsaty-Sre Tears, in the treatment v Glironic Diseases. tbe meat Iterative Mdlcl Practice in the South, has at last consented to allow several of his moot etmiiei remedieo to be prepared and sold as proprietary muii-in. Thie resrilu tioa has beea eaeii'lered by t -'i r.p..ii-'d sotlritatione of the-e wh hare ej.enenod tlio Iwsueiit ul'hia rtMiiiirkatile pro fessional f kill, and by tbe impossibility of ;.i-j .l at tention t each of the writtnn apj licatioii mvle twhnuf'if r'rescnfuion by thoae huee i-nriia.ry cirr.uaiiiiictt, or btut 9eae ha&iu, preclude the potmibility of applying in fnrsun to ': . liis Public Hay rest amsred that the manufacturers epare neither pains rx:se in the preparation of tneae reaiedle. Tiv are Bxade ef Uie very best meatcine known, in a highly concen trated farm, apoa strictly acientifia principle. Db. SAMUEL GILBERTS , - , General Alterative lets direet'y open the Glands end Mn...

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 February 1867

tfitmtr 61- 11. PARKISH, KuiTon. SATURDAY, "cbruary 1G, 1837 . Miserable. The condition of the people of tlic once proud State of Tennessee i3 one of misery too deep for words to express. Instead of the bright l ud of promise' which once so le;iutif ully Lcaa to expand into a full-blown llower of prosperity and exalted social stan dard,' we now find the baneful aloes spring ing up from the footprints of men who walk with ruthless tread over the possessions of thoso thry never cou'd hope to equal in any thing appertaining to a gentleman or a scholar. .In the place of statesmen for law- makers, we arc cursed with vindictive and unscrupulous Knaves trntt dare do anyening as ana everything m order to accomplish, we t khy.work which a depraved and tyranni cnl miscreant could hatch from a diseased bram or soulless body.- A few men, or devils, lun, wi. ran., nt-jn. imwu.uw, aimim.c arrogated to themselves the right to rob, hu- initiate and dirraee the toiling thousands of i . .-i,a.i uauj ...

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