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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 23 March 1867

oiiuar socal 1 Hairs. St, James' Church, Eoliyar, Tenn. fc'arvleee en every gaaday cad en all the Holy Days, by the SECTOR. W. C. GRAY. ' Tka bear for opening Sunday 8Wol U... g "lock A M Morning Bervice on Sundayi..........'. lo!." Bveaiag K.rvlea Sdj. da r M On Htly Dayi 7K A M aad ijn aUrvtces twica aack Wednesday aad Friday during Lent. IT Tha seats ofthti Cbuarch ara ATX FREE. i.OTicH. to cuoscrioers .v nen a rea cross-mark appears on the margin of your paper it is placed there to notify you that your 8ul.mcrir.tinn ha expired. If you desire the paper to be discontinued notify us of the f.ict immediately; otherwise it will be con tined at your expense. Persons who have the paper brought to them by the carrier, and who are monthly uliariTipra urn liprpKv nntifiod that rAr:if. ter no subscription, will be received for a less tisae titan six months, payable in advance. " XL C. It. It. Trains pass llolivar as fol lows : Paeeoirer train, south, 3 00 p m: pas- enger train north II o'...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 23 March 1867

n A3' 4 "Hi i i 1 At Zi ;', .J 1 I lor the Bolivar Bulletin "krolTcaV inlerrbVaf ories. T. There weratvWiiptv: t ! p. 6 T 1 i rI 3 winch the.oliilJren if israel wcra. AirLUJcn to eat What vrcr-'tlir "names 'i 2. What dia Ago s;iy -tlint the rating bf tlia .valley and tlc vwu h'ia-ile BliouH'dy. to f to the oje that mockod' -at-iti; father 'ftiidUe .pwed to ohey .his mother,?. ,' ' ".' : - M What kinl rvf Lira arrul hrea'J.'an-l 'lefihio a man vli liM '.himself -at the com "uiariJof Uoi hy .tho' Jj-ools Cherith ? 4. What Lird U mwsente J as Learinir . her VOmv' on her win? ? ;l " & Whit kr&" IU llrou a.'rLl and let fall in iintncnsiyTi umbers roundabout .did IfcillclitWriim'H ! 7 Y 1 5 ' . 1 1 G. What lesson did our Saviour teach his .-disciple ia speaking of the priecfof tiro . Wnat Lml when huub-d in the moun tains did Pairi.l Iikcajmnpjf ,ta when pur , sued by, Kv'il ? ' ' i S; Oar Saviour told I1T3 disciples that they should us harmlsss 83 a U curtain bird. ,tWkr:ttilriwa...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 30 March 1867

V J?i h is . J ? vert Hcmttt is. Insurance and Danking Company OF - '. -, ;!:--einphis,' .Senmr-ssee.'" ( Chirleredby the State of Tennessee in 1860) . MILL HTlXCES TO COXTKAC1 BOLfcLT A General ISanUIn- and Kxthanjc B TJ S I IT E 2 S At tho Goruer of Trout and JifTsrson. Streets. Sight Crafts for Hale in Sums to Suit, on all the Principal Cities ia the XJ. S. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ur failitj.i toe anaurpaMtJ in thl. department, liaTina prompt and rallal.l. eorrenpundent at acarly all the towni i th. Watrn putrid of T!nu-ice. N.rih M iisiiumo We.oirn and Interior Arkansas, aff.irdinr to na opportunity Jurtna olldctlon of commercial paper, pu.eeU by few if Our capital iaamplo, and thosa who may entrurt bueiaesa to oar car may rly oa the ltt atti-ntion to their interest I. McCllKE, J'roident. DIUKCTOK8. J J Rawl'aKi. firm of J J Raerlmr A. Co N.wion .rd, firm af Xaw- ton Vot tt'i 8 I Ms(.'lar . i . e H Cary, Eaq ' ' - M L Sf.ry.8rm of Irwin. So- ry Jt Joseph Tay W IS (Jaltr...

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 1867

ulktht. M. It. PAltUISH, toiTOB. SATURDAY, - - - Llarch SO, 18Q7. Oar necessity. Now that all doubt touching the suffrage question in this State has been settle 1 by the recent decision of the Supreme Court in the case of Kidley vs. Fherbrook, and we can take a full view of the political field to be fought over on the first day of next August, more than ever is it necessary that the con vention of the 10th of April should be well attended. We know our enemy, we reason ably judge of his strength, and should strive to weaken him. It can be done. On course -justice is not without hope, and it would be unmanly, mean and contemptible to desert it now. Men should not hang their heads and eay " U is over now." We as eert the truth when we say that the Radical party does not count one-fourth of the list of voters. None know thin better than them selves, hence their unnecessary exertions in all directionu. Their activity, as a party not their numbers, has brought about the deplorable conditi...

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 1867

ligl CO ' tnr ft .romp - tilt 'A sita r tb. ,.r- S Oaf J l J U.I .a Caj f HI altoar .gullqtin. Local lfFatrs. St. Janes' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. r'arriiMf o STry Sd and on all the He'.y Days by the KKCTOK. W. C. GRAY. Tka fcr for opening Sunday School is gij o'clock a m Mornlnj Herrie oo Sundays 10! nWaaiaf Serriea on bandars ............... 3 do r X Om H1y Imyi .7, A M and 4.', F M Jarrices twico each. Wsrineeday nd Triday daring Lent. The s.ats oftl.it C'huaroh art ALL Fit EE. Notice. To Subscriber When a red cross-mark appears on the margin of your paper it is placed there to notify you that your tubBcriptinn has expired. If you desire the paper to bo discontinued notify us of the fact immediately ; otherwise it will be con tined at your expense. Persons who hare the paper brought to them by the carrier, and who are monthly ubscri.bers, are hereby notified that hereaf ter no subscription will be received for a less time than six montL., payable in advance. Query. Who can answer th...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 30 March 1867

The Convention. The Conservative press are briri"in in the good news from i-.Il pouitu of the Ir'tute that the people are rejoicing over the ap proaching convention, which meets in Nash ville on the lGth of next month. The lie view, jointed at Franklin, saj3 : The announcement of a Conservative Lruon Convention has jriven great pleasure to all those in thia county who desire to see the State in n prosperous condition. It has fal ien like " oil upon the troubled waters," find we see confidence already beinnin to take the place of doubt, and men are looking forward with brighter anticipations than they have had for many a long year. . Hope and confidence are bouyant in the hearts of the honest free yeomanry of the country, ami they rejoice that a method is at la&t proposed whereby thpy are certain of ridding them- .. pelves of the awful burthen of tyranny and despotism exereii-ed over them sine! the meeting of that convention which gave Hrownlow and his followers their present po ...

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 1867

Jlemph is Advertisements. FKAIKI,ir saraaee and Banking Company r.Zemphis, Senncssce. Chartered by the State of Tennessee in 18C0) STILL OOKTIMTPS TO CONTRACT BOLILT A General KZanltiu? ana Kxcliange BUSINESS At Uie Corner of Front aai Jsffer.on Strests. ight Drafts for Sale in Sums Suit, on all the Principal Cities in the IT. S. to COLLECTIONS PEOilPTLY ATTENDED TO j'r facilities aoo aasnrpassed is this department, havin. urompt and r.n.t.l. .orrespondents at s-.Ht all the town. , . th. W .stern Dutrict of Teaneace. Nurth Mieusinni. -!'.r" a.1? ,nUr,or Arkausas. affording to us opportonicv a olHeticm of commercial paper, possessed by fear if r P't1 mPl. and those who may entrust bunae. ;(itrt. u; r.ly oe the hem att-ntin to their interest MItOTOll. J Rawli.i rs. Arm Af J J M L Snry, I rm of Irwin, So- ry . . Jeaeph Tagf W li Ualbreath, Arm of Gal breath, htewart k Co. mct-3n uaaninrs t o Sewmn r.rd, arm of X.w- too Ford k Co b Mcl'lvi H Carv, sq N. & J. HOFFHEIMER No. 276 MEMPH...

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 1867

oituar lullttm. M. U. PAKttlSH. Kwroa. SATUIIDAY, April 6, 18G7. ,M-e,re authrized to announce JOHN" B. i;efllnrf,'did.te, r".',th " Isolator iu the da.n ,V1-," '-.ire of Tenner, from Har- utunan cnuutjr Aprt-tde. Klecuon br.t Thursday in August. Uigiit Wron'-js No. Oxb. Several weeks since the Nashville Press and Times, stated that tho Conservatives, or at least a portion of them, were urginz it upon the negroes to send delegates to the forthcoming convention. We took the liberty to deny the charge in toto, having failed to see such a movement recorded in any Democratic iour- nal, but from recent information reeeived from Middle Tennessee are compelled to state that we were in error and acknowledge a shortness of words to express contempt for men who would degrade their manhood for the purpose of even gaining a political J victory, no matter how intensely such victory might be desired. We desire that the con vention should be a success, but if it is to be brought about by placing t...

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 1867

Laical iSTairs. St. James' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. r rvi on every gas jay anil on all th. Holy Iaj i by the RECTOR, V C. GRAY. Tb. h.ur iVir opening SusJay School is 8 o'clock A Jt Morarac Servic. on Sunday! .. 0 Kv.aiaf Scrvlc. on Sundays j da p X !Uly ruy TH'lKud'FM Service, twice eicS Wednesday and Friday daring Lent. Ifg- Th. eat of thi (Thuarch ar ALL FREE. Noticb. 7 Subscribers When -a red cross-mark appears on the marjrin of your paper it is placed there to notify you that your nubscriptinn has expired. If you desire the paper to be discontinued notify us of the fact immediately ; otherwise it will be con tined at your expense. Person who have the paper brought to them by the carrier, and who are monthly tubscribor, are hereby notified that hereaf ter no mbscription will be received for alesa time than six months, payable in advance. For Sai.r Two or three hundred eorn sacks. Will bo sold very low. Enquire of ft. M. Dugan, at th depot, or at this office. II. C. K. It. Train pa...

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 1867

it. Answered. Two or three weeks ago we published ...vljr u.uucai questions, wuien were tur .,uw uyu.r correspondent, J. II. and give our reaaors, lrom the pea of an accom- '"'suw &I llUS P;ace, the following an- ewer3. We aldo have been furnished with a reference to the answers by Mr. J. E. M., but hope he will as willingly yield " the rigau or way to our Jttir contributor as we do: BIBLICAL INTERROGATORIES. 1st. There were twenty kinds of birds which the children of Israel were forbidden to eat. What were their names? Leviticus, 11 tli chapter and 13th verse. The eagle, 08sifrae, vulture, kite, raven, owl, Eighth hawk, cuckoo, hawk, little owl, cormorant, great owl, swan, pellican, gler eagle, stork, heron, 05pray, lapwing and bat 2d. What did Agur say that the ravens ot the valley and the young eagles should uo eje Liiat mocKea ac uis latner ana j despised to obey his mother? Proverbs, 30th chapter and 17th verse. The eye that mocketh at his father and despiseth to obey his 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. — 13 April 1867

titmice -m.ilvcrtiscmeuts. m irr o FRIGHTFUL CPwIIIE IIT ITALY. 4 Insurance and Banking Con g tcnipany .Iemphis, .Tennessee. ( Chartered by the State of Tennessee in 1SG0) ' Hill COXT1NCM TO CONTBACT SOLELT k General CanlUu? and Exchange BUSINESS At tha Corner of Front and Jefferson Streets. Eight Brafts fcr Sale in Gums to Suit, on all the Principal Cities in the IT. S. COLLECTIONS PHQ1IPTLY ATTENDED TO Our 'aeilitio. ao naanrpaswd in thl department, having rrompt and r.liahln corre.pon-Unt. at nearly all the town. the WnsU-rn Ijutrict of Tenacwce. Narth Minsissippi, for the eolirfetion ef commercial paper. pogaesseU by few it . u bhu inurrar Ariaaiu, auordinx to o. opportunity av. Oor eaplttl is ample, and thou, who may entrust busiaos. to our eare may rely on the bent attention to their interest. h. I). Mcl LLUK, President. BIBKCTOKS. J J Kawllnri. Arm of J J UaerhnTf A. 'o Newton Frd. arm ef New ton Kord k Cj H 11 MoClin H Cary, kaq M L rWjr, Srm. of Irwin, ? ry iC, Jweph Tajjj ...

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 1867

4 AV M. IX. PAUUISH, Emtoii. SATURDAY, April 13, 18G7. We are-authorized to announce JOHN" li. Ul'EFIN as a MwA-JaU for the t.fii.-e of legator in the Lowar Hum- of ri uxt l,isla'.nrt of "! front Ilar d.n coantjr, hleaieu Bret Thurstls? la Aiv-,iu Aprt-U.- . Next TiEsdat. Next Tuesday is the day appointed fjr holding the State Con servative Convention, and we are assured that on the day Broken of a larg? number of representatives "will assemble in Nash ville. We turn to that representative, cu lightened body for a gleam of hope, in this the hour of our desolation, and earnestly pray that no conflicting views or disturbing elements will )nar the surface of the politi cal ocean; our purpose should be the gain in 01 a complete victory -over the enemies cf justice. Even within the proscribed limits of the odious Franchise law it is poa Bible for us to bring about changes that will ameliorate the hateful condition in which we are placed. There 6hould be no divis ions now. Not a vote can ...

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 1867

nmY ;Bulutm. Isocal .ttTalrs. St. James' Church, Eolivar, Term. r'rvioes every Sunday and on all the Holy Iays by the. RECTOK. Mr. C. CRAY. Ike tur for opening Srn-day School is 8' 9 o'clock A M M.rnlitg Service on Son'livi 10 ;i Kraniag Service on Sundays - - 1 u T It Vu Ilsly Days - nd Services twice each. Wedaesday and Friday during Lent. C1T Th seats of this Chuarch are ALL FKKE. Notice. Z'o Subscribers When a, red cross-mark appears on the margin of your paper it is placed there to notify you that your subscription has expired. I f you desire the paper to he discontinued notify- ua of the faet immediately ; otherwise it will be con tined at your expense. Person 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 alesa time than six months, payable in advance. M. C. It. II. Trains pass Uolivar as fol lows : Passenger train, south, 3 00 p m; pas senger train, north 11 o'clock ...

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 1867

13. rU 4fm I 41. It. PAKUISII. F.niToa. SATURDxYY, April 13, 1807. 'For the Ilolicar Bulletin. Biblical Questions. TREES, 1. At what feast were the Jews com manded to dwell seven days in booths made of tranches from myrtle, palm, pine and olive trees. 2. An angel sat under an oak tree, and told a man who was threshing wheat to go and Have Israel. What sign was given to convince the man that he would be success ful? 3. What king did fJod tell to go to battle when he should hear a sound of going in the tops of the mulberry trees? 4. Of what wood was the table made whereon the ehew-bread was placed in the tabernacle ? 5. Of what trees were the pillars of Solo mon's house made ? j 6. Under what kind of a tree did Saul tarry in Migrow while at war with the Phil istines ? 7. What trees were used to build David's house, and by whom were they sent to him ? 8. What woman dwelt under a palm tree while she judged Israel? 0. Of what was the musical instruments made upon which David and all Isra...

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 1867

Insurance and Banking Company T.ZenxpMs, Tennessee. ( Chartered by the Stale of Tennessee in 18GO) TILl CON TIN EES TO CONTRACT 80LELT A General Banking- and Exchange BUSINESS At the Coiner of Front and J.fTdrsoa Stroet. Eiht Drafts for Sale in Sums to Suit, on all the Principal Cities in the XI. 8. COLLECTIONS PE01XPTLY ATTENEE'J TO Our facilities om Ba.urpassed in this department, having prompt and reliable correspondents at .early U the towns U the Wtrt.ro Ulstrict of Tennessee, North Mississippi, r i j lntr,or Arkansas, affording to us opportunity olldctioa ef commercial paper, possessed by few if Our capital is ample, and those who may entrant busUese to our tare mar rely on the best ato-nti.u w their interest! b. L. McCLUKK, "'resident. BIHECTORg. J J Itawliags, firm of J J Kairiinrs Co Newton Ferd. ft rat of Mew ton Ford ft Cj H I McClnr. U Cary, Esq M L Sory, irm of Irwin, So ry A .) t.h 1'nftg V li Galbreath, flrm of Gal breath, b la wart k ('. nics-3m N. & J HOFFHEIMER...

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 1867

V i ' - ; illttin. ,g.'- - April'20, 107. for Coventor, HON. ESERSO:. ETHEHIDGE, OP WEST TENNESSEE. ' for Coitg-ms, W VYe nre authorized tn trtct- .;gB4u vongremoaii Dis- for the Legislature. RUfVtn " "Ate?. ""ounce J( JOHN Ii. lw,r House of the next I 0nr,r.or in th. county Ei-LioL erf Vf Tnne" ,ro nr-Aprt-tde nrt Thursday im Atjut. - Afraid cf th Shadow. The crowning deed of infamy has been perpetrated. The (Wmor has added another proof to the list of hh, incapacities to govern a free people. By his proclama tion he has unnecessarily exercised a wicked power givtn him by a weak aild corrupt legislature who assembled together, and, after nature deliberation, stultified them--elves by passing a law and then giving the power of repealing the" whole or aay part of aid law to one man, and that man, Urown low, the slavery champion, before the late rebellion, the truculent abolition worshiper during the same period of disaster, and now the- irresponsible exponent of a faction in the Stat...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 20 April 1867

J? V. i 1 t I ll I 1 : If! 1 i kl44 Luteal jliTairs. Et James' Church, Bolivar, Term. r'esreleol . every Sunday and on all the Holy Days by the - " . . KECToK. W. C. GUAY. "s for opeajnj Sunday Sckool U e'cloci A H Mera!aj Service an Sundays io.t Eveaing Service ea Hnadays J do P Htly Dsye.. 7,' iKudm Servloet twice ack. Wednesday and Friday during Leal. siT" Tha nati of this Cuaareh are ALL FE.EE. -V Notice.- H Subscribers When a red .cross-mark appears on the margin of your paper it is placed there to notify you that our subscription ha? expired. If you desire the paper to be discontinued notify us of the fact immediately ; otherwise it will be con fined at your expense. Persona who have the paper brought to them by the carrier, and who are monthly obscribers, are hereby notified that hereaf ter no subscription will be received for a lesa time than six months, payable in advance. . M. C. It. U T raina pass Holivar as fol lows: Passenger train, south, 3 00 pm; pas engtr train, nort...

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 1867

ouxritr bulletin. c2 si. n. PAnmsii. editoi SAT UXl DAY, April 20, 18G7. "V7E PAST. We part! No mora for us Lore gentle star Shall softly thiae upon aLlendod way, But aach mat from tht other wander far. And separate bear tht burdens of our day. We firi ! Yet oh ! to m this youthful dream lls been of life the very Inmost apring; A joy fur ver d 1 d the vision m, And even now my heart will to it elioj! W part, and I go forth alone, all alone A weary wanderer o'er life'i dreary waste j The bloom and freshness of my heart are gone And pleasure's sweets leave tut a Marsh taste. But ab ! for another be thy yoouK heart's fate, A nobler one do homage at thy shrine ; Yes, way 'st thou learn, ere it shall be too late. To know devotion, and to make it thine. Then farewell, 'tis all my heart can say. No harsh reproach my lips will ever give : Bright, cloudless, peaceful be your onward way Loving loved, and appreciated may you ever livs. For tht Bolivar Bulletin. Hoharanied. This man has exercis...

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 1867

SSSSHEEBB nnnTrnji - ii jj u j -vfvrr A' DIG thii;g oir ics i 1 ! 1 Genuine Sadical ,tToT77oT7., 4 i i a- 0 A WEEKLY NEWS AND LITERARY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OP THIS PEOPLE. r -j v a f i i i nnnn M - N A i kJ JTIempIi is .Sdierlisements. Insurance and Banking Company or I.Iempliis, Tennessee. ( Chartered lj the Stale of Tennessee in 1SG0) STILL COXTINCia TO CONTRACT goLELT A " Central I J an kin and Excliangre BUSINESS At the Cox .er of Front an4 Jefferson Stret3. Sight Drafts for Sale in Cuins X Suit, on all the Principal fiitir-c in rir TT COLLECTIONS PEOLIPTLY ATTENDED TO Our facilities an urpiM in this department, having prompt and reliable correspondents at aearly all the town '", w altera Untrict of Teoncce, North Mississippi, Western anU lDtori..r Arkansas, aflordinj to ui opportunity for tni eohactaon af commercial paper, (xisaessea by few if Our capital is ample, and thosa wko raij entmit business to oar cars may rely on the best attention to their interests S. 1...

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 1867

y - . up M. It. PAItKIyfl, Editor. SATURDAY, April 27, 1867. or Governor, HON. EriEIlSON ETHERIDGE, OF WEST TENNESSEE. ' Sfor Congress. j CTrlTuVrurIzcJto annnce the lion. m -.- TWICU as a candidate trr re-election. ,u RCffIn1"' autl!?ie,I' announce JOIIX P A Spokesman of the Eadieal Party in a Bad Eoz. -o- East Tuesday, one week ago, itVill ba remembered, the State Conservative Con vention assembled at the capifol, Nashville. After the business to be transacted had been fcone through with, it was announced to the large concourse of people present that" "the hall would be lit up, and that several di tinguiahed orators would ventilate the Broweowiteg in a handsome manner. Accordingly the house was filled to its utmost capacity, and as the appointed hour drew Dear loud-calls were made for "Col yer, whereupon a" tall, shrewd looking gen tleman arose and walked up to the speaker's 6 7. . Waa none other than Co1- Colyer, of inchester. In an instant the tumult ceased, and the gentleman pr...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
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