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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 27 April 1867

JLccal MfTairs. St. James' Church., Bolivar, Tenn. r'ervices every Sunday and oh all the Ho!?- Days by the UECTOlt. W. O. GRAY. ' The hoar for -opening Sunday School i $' e'eloek A M MerutBf Service on Sundays Vi.- hivniif SrTk on Huadays ' 3 do p M On Hely Days a M and 4'j p x Services twice tack Wednesday and Friday during Lent, fg- The tau of this Chuarcti are ALL FRKE. Notick. Subscribers When a rel cross-mark appears on the margin of your paper it is placed there to notify you that your subscriptinn has expired. If you desire the paper to be discontinued notify ua of the i'-act immediately ; otherwise it will be eon tine 1 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 mbscription will be received for a less time than six months, payable in advance. JL C. II. 11. -Trains pass Bolivar as fol lows: Passenger train, south, 3.00 p m; pae sengsr train, north 11 o'clock at night Owens....

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 1867

ar litUdw. M. It. FAJIRISU. Koitoh. SATURDAY, April 27, 1807. The South. writer in the New ork News thus writes of our sunny land : iana without ruins is a land without memories a land without memories ia a land without liberty. A land that wears a laurel crown may be fair to see; but twine a lew say cypress Ieave3 around the brow of any lana, ana be that land barren, beautiless ana bleak, it becomes lovely in its conse crateu coronet ot sorrow, and it wins the sympathy of the heart and of history. yxuwua oi roses iaue crewns ot thorns en dure. Calvary and crucifixions take deep esp hold ot humanitythe triumphs of miht are transient they pass and are for gotten the suffering of right are craven ueepesion uie cnronicle ot nations. Yes, give me the land rhere the ruing are spread. And the living tread light op the heart of the dead; Yea, gire me alaDd that is blest niththe dust And bright witk the deeds of the down-trodden just. - Yes, gie me the land where the btU'.s'i red blast Has ...

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. — 4 May 1867

Jtlcmphis m-Sifi-crliscmeuls. Insurance and Banking Company r.Temphis, Tennessee. t f, 4 II.. iT . fti . v uy me male oj Tennessee ia 1SC0) STILL COWT1SCES TO CONTRACT SOLELY A General Uankln; and Exclians BUSINESS At thd Corner cf Front and Jefferson Street Sight Drafts for Halo in Sums to 51 :t T r nn tH V. - - . Cities ia the XI. C. COLLECTIONS PE02IPTLT ATTENDE!) TO Oar facilities IM mnwna.J t l 1 i " 7 V. --)'" m urn uepartment, havinc F, Th' "'" eo"P'dt. at .early .11 the town. V.r, .n , t!"r't f Tennessee. Wh .Mississippi, Sj th J?2 ,lnUr'r Arkansas, affording to u. or immin ty for h. eoiidctioa af commercial paper, Josses.! by few ft UMaPlUI "pl' and tho k."7 ntr..rt busi.es. -.. nnv in nj C 1 1 I 1 1 i DUSlBeS .ay rely on the best attention to their interest! S. D. McCLUUK, President. MIICIOD1, J J Rawliags. arm of J J M L Sory, Irm of Irwin, So- ry Jt Co Jescph Targ W B Gail,reath, firm of Gal breatli, btewart I Co. inc8-3m Kawiinrs k Co Newton Ferd, arm f Xw- toa Ford Co ...

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. — 4 May 1867

,3 ; -3 it si 4 : i ' ! i : ; - I It i! 0 ixv L;0 , '9 1 1 1 I I I I W. M. Tl. PAKIUSII, Kditoh. SATURDAY, May 4, 1867. 'or Governor, HON. EUEllSON ETIIERIDUE, OF WKST TEN NESS, EH. . 7r Congress, We are authorized to announce the lion. Lf.rr ma. e,,,,, I I..... (,,... .!.!. ... .1 , (U , - . ............ i.i lU-clCktlUU w m5 oince of Conareasan rum the Kiihth Congressional Dis- -For the Legislature. o are authorized to announce JOHN ii. I i, " """didat for the olSre of le?iilator iu the .. . iUU:, , nuxt ijiism'.uru or 'leoooe from liar- " comity tlccuon lirst Thursday iu August. DELEGATES ATTEND. pa the Sth instant the Conservative Con gressional Convention will assemble in Mem phis. Every county should Le represented Uardeman is ready. At the County Con veution, held on the iiret Monday in April last, the following persons were chosen del gates to the Congressional Convention J. J. l'olk, 1). J. New-hern. M. II. Parrisb lhos. Jones. J. I J. hassctt. J. C. Prowitt. G W. Harris, J....

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 4 May 1867

if 7r "I 4' CS r t i ...I I J r if. " i . ! 1 lacteal .f flairs. St. James' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. tervices un .verr Sanday nl oq all tha II! Days 1 the HECTOR, W. C. Git AY. I lit liur for olenitis; Sunlay !',:. (ol is -. g'cluck a m Muraiij bervic. on Sum! a io' ('Tenia Serrieo on Sundays 3 lj p 11 Vu Htly Days 7; a u ai:J 4'a p 11 Serrices twie. eac V einesuav and I'riJay during; h'-ut. ITir Th. in'.i of this Chuarcli are ALT. FCEK. Notice 2u Snb:.-eriltc'r.i When a . red cross-mark appears on the m-.irin of your paper it is placed there to notify you that your subscription has expired. If you desire the paper to be discontinued notify us of the fact immediately ; otherwi.se it will te con tined at your expense. I'ersons who have tho paper brought to them by the carrier, and who are monthly subscribers, are hereby notified that hereaf ter no tubscription will, be received for a less time than six months, payable in advance. Head the new advertisements in to-day's paper. L. !'. Wa...

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

gra3rJ:igg,v qua M. R. PARItlSIt. Kditoe. SATURDAY, May 4, 1867. For the Boiirar Bulletin. SEPARATED. r J. emot Mii.Lr.a. 'Ti hard to leave a mother, Oh! hard to gire her np. And wander o'er tlie heartless world, To drink iu bitter cop ; But dark the days. And too ranch heart. Will only make them darker. Ti hard to leare a sister. To kiss, perhaps, for th" last time. Her, whom we fondled many years, la merry hearted pastime; But Fate is stern, And too much heart. Will only make it sterner. Tis hard to leave onr brothers. Our sterling friends, and scenes Of infant sport and manhood's thong ht. And all that intervenes ; Bat Lift Is grave, And too mach heart, Will only make it grayer. Alas! the gronp is scattered, Strong ties are sadly brok'n. Bat Mem'ry holds her radiant shrlnt. To gather e'ry tok'n That brings the past. The tender past. Back to the sighing bosom. Robedalb Tbnh. April 27. 1867. For the Bolivar Bulletin. Bible Quotations. PROSKLTTED AND PROSELYTEK3. Wo unto you, scribe...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 11 May 1867

rrnrimrTiiT Iiiimwwhi - . , miii.n,i -- Insurance and Banking Company TiSemphis, Tennessee. ( Chartered by the Slate of Tennessee in 1 SCO) BTILL CONTINrF.S TO CONTRACT SOLELY A General IlanUIn? and Kxclianse BUSINESS At the Corner of Front and Jefferson Streets. Eight Drafts for Salo in Ci:ms to Suit, on all the Principal Cities ia the XJ. S. COLLECTIONS P20MPTLY ATTENDED TO Oar facilities & fmrrassed la this department bavins prompt and reliable correspondents at nrlv all tlie town. VJ- Mert.e" l'rift of T.oiM.Ml Nr'th M iuissippi, Western nd interior Arkansas, aflordinft to d opportunity fortlie collection ef commercial iaier, possessed by few if Our capital U ample, and those who may entrust bnsiaess to our care may reiy on the l.ct att.-ntion to their interests S. I). McCLl'KE. president. DIIICTOR8. J J Rawlinits, flrra of J J Itavlinr Jb (Jo Newton Kord, nrin of Htw M L Sory, Srm of Irwin, So ryii' .K,,.,,b Tart W It Gall.reath, firm of Gal breath, Stewart k Ce. ton f or A...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 11 May 1867

r ? i I i 1 it i .1 I ...1 '1 1 M. It. PAKRISH, Lvnoa. S ATUH DAY, May 11, 1867. For Governor, HON. ESIEKSOX ETHEItlBGE. OP WEST TENNESSEE. For Congress, Wo lire Authorized to announce the Hon. i. -r-TWICII as a candidate for re-election to the act ui Congressman from the Eighth Congressional Die- For lite Z,egiSlilurc. We are authorized to annmin .TlMIN 5 X T- IT T ... . I L- - - ' . in viiii.r J'.jlSlltlJI 1 11 1 1. C ower House of the next l,et;iltnre of Tennessee from Har- ucuiau county. Election nrst l hureday iu .AiiKuat. Aprt-tde. BSOWULOW AH INCEHDIARY. -o- He Proposes "Torch and Turpentine" lor northern Cities and Homes. (From Lettar No. 5.) Carry on your war, if jou choose death Xl It 1 f i ... .. ruiuer man me, ana we will stain every swamp ia the South with yours and our own blood, and with the vengeance of an in furiated foe, we will be upon you in the North, at the hour of midninght, and as long as lucifer match can be found, we will burn up your substance ! BROWNLOW O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 11 May 1867

C71f ..tf - iftiuiBini. St. James' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. refvic.s on every Sun lay and on all the Holy Days by the RECTO W. C. GRAY. 2 he Lonr for opening Sunlay Scitxil ij 6'3' o'clock A M Morula' Herviee ou Sunday.' 10'i Evening StfTvice on Sundays 3 do p M l Htly Days 7ii a m and 4'; 11 Services twice each Wcdcciiday and Friday during Lent. S'g- The seats of thia Cbuarc!! are ALL FiE:. P.ailroad Time Table. The trains on tlia Mississippi Central Railroad pass Bolivar as fullowa: Express train, soutb 9:00 a. m. " " north 10.2H a. m. Mail train, 6outh 3:25 p. m. " " north 10:42 p. m Freight train, south. 7:15 e m. " ' north 3:25 p. m. Passengers for Memphis leaving here at 9 o'clock in the morning will arrive atOrand Junction in time to connect with trains for Memphis, which is due there at 1:45 p. m. By this change passenger.- are enabled te .;o to Memphis, remain there Gve hours, and return home the tame day. Notice-. To Subscribers When a red cross-mark appear on the margin of ...

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. — 11 May 1867

a" tt 'V.H'j 'l 1 1 1 car Vr tc Advert isetit en Is. i 4 i , r n j i I s 11. R. PARKi.su, Editor. SATURDAY, May 11, 1867. For the Bolivar Bulletin. , Answers to Biblical Questions. 1st At what feast were the Jews com manded to dwell seven days in booths made of branches from myrtle, palm, pine and olive trees? Nehemiah, Sth chap, and 15th verse. Feast of Tabernacles. 2d. An angel sat under an oak tree and told a man who Was threshing wheat to go and save Israel. "What sign wa3 given to convince the man that he would be success ful ? Judges, Gth chap. 3Gth, 37th and 3Sth veraea. And Gideon said unto (lod if thou wilt save Israel by my hand as thou hast Baid, behold I will put a fleece of wool in tho floor, and if the dew be on the fleece only and it be dry upon all the earth besides then shall I know that thou wilt save Israel by my hand as thou hast said. And it was bo: for he rose up early on the morrow and thrust the fleece together and wringed the dew out of the fleece a bowl ful...

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. — 18 May 1867

J n7i JUetnph is .ItMverlisements. Insurance aud Banking Company or r.Tcxaphis, Tennessee. ( Chartered by the State of Tennessee in 18G0) TILL CONTINUES TO VOXTB.ACT SOLELY A General Ranking and Exchange BUSINESS At the Comer of Front and Jefferson Streets. Sif ht Drafts for Sale in Sums to Suit, on all the Principal Cities ia the XJ. S. . COLLECTIONS PEOMPTLY ATTENDED TO Our facilitie. to nae.rpaased ia thi. department, having prompt aad reliahla correapondent. at aearly ail tile towna the Western lliatrict of Tennessee. North Mississippi, Western and interior Arkansas, affording to n opportunity Pur the eolidction f commercial paper, is.ieesca by few it Our capital la ample, and those ho may entrust business to oor car may rely on the beat atti-ntin t. their interest ti. V. McCLUKE, l'reseat. DIRECTORS. J J Rawlia-a. firm of J J Kawlinrs & Co Newton Ford, firm of Xiir- M L Sory, irra of Irwin. So- ry ., Joacph Tatr? W BGallireath, Arm of Gal breath, Stewart t Co. uicS-3 tun t ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 18 May 1867

IMimir ullciht. M. R. PARRISH. KditoU. SATURDAY May 18, 18G7. -tiiraouiicBHEiiss. For Governor, EMERSON ETDERIDGE, OF EST TENNESSEE. HON. For Congress, e arP authorized tr announce the Hon. iy- J-Ei TWICII a a candidate for re-election to the crate of Congressman from the fcighth Congressional Dii- Jf or the Legislature, We are authorized to announce JOHN H. trrl.r"a candidate for the office of legislator in the daman count, - Aprd-tcie. ins next L.egi:aure of Tennessee from lla Klection hrst Thureday ia August. THE CAMPAIGN. We are desirous - that every man in Ilar- deman county. should have a paper to read during the present political campaign, and now make . the following liberal oiler, and hope that the public will respond. We will . send-the IJulivar Bulletin to one ad- ' A -. .' - C it . . . , f . , r. urcoo iur uiree inontns lor the sum ot one dollar, and, Hil orders for clubs at the fol lowing rates : Five copies, three months, for $4; ten copies, same time, for $3; twenty c...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 18 May 1867

e I - I 7 it 1 v rr 1 ' '1 .v I hi; it: Local 1 Hairs. St. James' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. K arrises on irr Sunday and oq all the Holj i by the RECTO U. W. C. OKAY. The ho-jr for opening Sunday School is g'i o'clock A M Morning Service on Sundays iijj Evening Service on Sundays 3 do r M On Uily Days 7-j A M aud 4'j P M S.rvlces twie Sick V adacsday and Friday during Lent. UJT The snata of this CWrch are ALL Kit EE. Railroad Time Table. The trains on the Mississippi Central Railroad pass I'olivar us follows: Express train, south 9:00 a. m. " " north 10:28 a. jr. Mail train, south 3:25 p. m " north 10:42 p. r Freight train, south 7:15 p. m. " north 3:25 p. m. Passengers for Memphis leaving here at 9 o'clock in the morning will arrive at Grand Junction in time to connect with trains for MemphiH, whieh is due there at 1:45 p.m. By this change passengers are enabled t j:o to leniphis, remain there five hours, and return home the same day. Notick.' To Subscribers When a red cross-mark appea...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 18 May 1867

Mid m. M K. I'AUUISH. Ki.itob. SATURDAY, May 18, 18G7. for the Uvlivar Bulletin. OLD IIAIDS. - Hmi honest gander for lu mate.' In the Bolivar Bulletin of May the 11 1 have read an article from an honest n th Old maid, at her own confessional above thirty. My intention in thLf ehort missive i to pour consolation, the balm of kindness, into the heart and affections of that deapondinc and unfortunate class of beings. It ought to be a matter of great gratifica tion for that portion of the female sex whose hope of matrimony are time tattered, and teasing to know that every goo-e, no differ ence how old it may be, will soon or hue find some honest old grey gander for a mate. Geese always outnumber the ganders, and were it not that some of the latter possess themselves of more than one "wife, thou aauds of the former would be destined to pick their grass in solitary pastures and mateless. My dear females the chances for all of Jon being made happy in the bonds of wed lock look rather scrum...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 25 May 1867

" ' .- f t i S P' 7. 1 i. I V i'if v-.. ' Memphis Idvertisemcnfs. No. 27fi c rrn i n MEMPHIS, TEXESSEE And Dealers ia Wines, Liquors, A .Si I) CIGARS! LARGEST STOCK And Largest Importers, At Lowest Prices in the city of Memphis. t3u CALL AKD SEK VS. apr7m3 8. H. TOBY, President. K. C. KIKK. Cashier TJZHTiTTUZZ CITY SAVINGS INSTITUTION. Suoceasors to OODEN. TOIiY 4 CO. UNCURRENT MONEY ! The Highest Market Kates are Always Paid by The Memphis City Savings Institution, SUCCKSSOUS TO OC2JDI2IY, TOBEY & CO., Xo. 10 Jefferson st., for TENNESSEE, ALABAMA, GEORGIA, HOUTIIJCAKOLINA, . NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA AND LOUISIANA SSAfVK NOTES. Gold and Silver, and all kinds of Government Securities bought and old ma rs-3in II. LOWEXSTKIX &. ZIROS., Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY Dry Goods, Planters' Supplies, HATS, BOOTS AND SllUES, Q ats' rurnishing- Goods, Itr.ccs, Erabroidericr., HOSIERY, NOTIONS, ETC., No. 242 MAIM STUEET Corner of JcfTer.on Cossilt, Hill J: Co.'s old ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 25 May 1867

afitntr gitlkiht. M. R. r.HllI5H, Kntoa. SATURDAY, .... May 25, 1867. I'or Governor, HON. E - JEIISOX.' ETIIEHIDGEj - OF WEST TKNNEEE ' Vr Congress, We jirr- smthorized to announco-the Hon. J-I; FTWJCIl as a candidate lr re-eloottoa to the o -.'C ol Congressman from the Ku-Uu Congressional I):a xict I'oi- the JLegriSIuiure. . - ' e arc, authorized in imnramNi Jf.Hr 1'. FT rrJNasa candidate f..r the offie. of lilati in the l.c-cr House ..ftr.e not !..,.-U' ir t,f Tennessee, troui Itar aoaian cmnty. fclouoa nrv. Tauraday ia August. . Aprti-tae. . . . . EIIEH30X LIIIZHIDGE AND 7. G. BilOWlILOW. The one a lawyer, the other a preacher (?); the one a-.Statesruan, the other u demaue ; the one a high-toned Christian gentleman, the other a crazy fanatic. Before the war Etherido boldly proclaiming that he re garded slavery as a social and national evil the other, preacher though he was, hunting up Northern men, deb iting the question of slavery with them, and denounc ing with all the bitterne...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 25 May 1867

7 -r 3 , it i 4rrhtm, rtlnv Ktl444Jlil 1 L 5 i J i J I 1 1 . I : St. Janes' Church, Eolivar, Tenn. - r'trTlea a rry S an lay an-i 0,. ail tha lYAy Dm ly tin KEUTOH. W. . OKAY. Taj hur for opeuiug Sunday is 8',0'clwkiii Morning sarvic on Suudays Evening Service en Sunday , Oa miy Dijt ..... 8rTics tw!c click Weils -;; W Th .v of ,; C'.i-.u- loj-i 3 do rx 7.4i A U and 4'i F X ! Friday daring Lent. L-r ALL-FIIKE. able. The I lain o i. r: Railroad pas-. J.-Ii ' . J -.iJaSldSlppl Central Express' trai;:, south.. .. " north.,.. Mail tru,in, M.'iith ..lUi'J'J A. M. J P. M. " " north 1 Freight train, eouth " " " north ! P. M, J P. M. Passengers for Memphis leaving here at 9 o'clock in the morning will arrive at Grand Junction in time to connect with trains for em phis, which ia due there at 1:45 p. m. Bjr this change passengers are enabled tj to ju.en.puis, remain there. bre hours, and j return home the eamo day. Notice. Tu Subscribers When a red cross-mark appears on the mirgin of your , p...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 25 May 1867

How's This?', i it VCriisCiii tills. 7Icr,rjh iS Idvrtisfmeuts. f 1 1 I . at u M. II. PAUIUSIl. Kuitou. SATURDAY", IIay 25, 1837. For the Bolivar Bulletin, BIBLICAL QUESTIONS. 1. In wh.it proverbial expression is the dog first mentioned in the JJible ? 2. Where is the greyhound mentioned in thoIJible? 3. Of. what queen was it prophesied tfat dog fchouM eat her ? v 4. What king's blood was licked by dogs after his deal.lt ? 5. What were the children of Israel com manded not to cast to the dogs ?t G Who said it U not meet to take the children' -i In' A - and cast it to the dogs? 7. .Who in ; pen Icing of his enemies said that they made a noi.-e like a dog ? 8. ."Who asked a youth the question, "Am I. a dog? 9. Who is said to be like one that taketh a dog by the ears ? 10. Who made use of the expression, " A living dog is better than a dead lion?" 11. Who are compared to dumb dogs that cannot bavk ? " 12. An afllicted man's eores were licked by dogs. What is the signification of the ma...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 1 June 1867

yr 'vcriiscmcnls. N. & J. HOFFHEIMER No. 27G w1 nT7rl f-". ' i-ir MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE I EI P O 1 T 13 R Aol Dealer! la Wines, Liquors, A K D CIG' LARGEST STOCK And Largest Importers, At Lowest Prices in the citv of Memphis. &3 CALL AND SEE IX. Bpr7m3 H. TC'BY. rretide.t. E. c. KIRK, Cashier CITY SAVINGS INSTITUTION. Successors to OCDEN, TOBY 4. CO. UNCURRENT MONEY ! Plie Highest Market Hates Always Paid by are The Llernphis City Saving-3 Institution, KL'CCKSSOKS TO K. S . i i. imo. io do lerson s t., for TENNESSEE, ALABAMA, GEORGIA, KOUTII'CAUOLTNA, NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA AND LOUISIANA T'S ! eV Ik ItfOTES. Gold and Silver, and all kind-? of Government Securities bought and old m rS-3ra II. LOYVEXSTEIX & BROS., W'huloflalo and Ketail f, DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FA NO'S Dry Goods, Planters' Supplies, 1IOOTH AND SHOES, ats' Furnishing Goods. Xiaces. G- Embroideries', HOSIERY, NOTIONS, ETC., No. 242 MAIN STREET Corner of Jefferson Ckssitt, Hill Go's old stand, ftfblOmS Memphis...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 1 June 1867

? 1 I 1 I i. i! 5 urn Bulletin. M. 11. rAKUISH. Imiok. SATURDAY, June 1, iS67. For Governor, HON. EMERSON ETIIEIilBGE, OF WEST TENNESSEE. for Congress, w eiare fl,,t,'f,r'Z'i'J to announce the Hon. -i.rvJJJ'FTWIt-K " candidate for r-s-electiou to th Vict from th tighth Congresaional Difl- For the Legislature. xr7 nre aut!)or'z'l to announce JOHN B. RUti fN m candidate P,r the oHic of legislator in the looser House of . nest LcsinUtur of Tennessee from Ilar fieman coon, tlection hat Thursday in Aufrnst. A pro -ids. PUBLIC MEETING ! ! Conservatism vs. Radicalism Next Monday the people of Hardeman will have an opportunity of hearing such men and defenders of the people's rights as Hon. John V. Leftwich, Conservative can didate for Congress, Gen. William Wallace, Judge Perkins, S. II. Jones, and others. Possibly, they will also have the pleasure of listening to Hon. David A. Nunn, Dr. Left wich a competitor, who has been invited to attend. All of the gentlemen named are able speakers. O...

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