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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 6 July 1867

on ciut. I,ocal liTairs. St. James' Church, Bolivar, Term. service oa aver. Sunday and on all the Holy Kays Lr the , . KKCTOU. W. C. GI'-AY. The 'ueur r opening Suuday School is 6',' 0'uloek A M SJerninj berries on Sunday JO'i Evening Serrite ou Simdau 3 do p U Ob Hcly Day 7'; A M and I'.' p m Services twice each We 5 cos J ay and Friday during Lout. The scats of this Chuarcb are ALIj FREE. Railroad Tims Table. The trains on the Mississippi Central Railroad pasi Bolivar as follows: Express train, south 9:00 a. m. " " north lO iiS a. m! Mail train, south. 5:00 p. v. " north 10:32 p. jr. Freight train, south 7:15 a st. " north 3:45 p. m. Pasaengera for Memphis leaving here at S o'clock in the morning will arrive at Grand Junction in time to connect with trains for Memphis, which is due there at 1:45 p. sr. Ky this change passengers are enabled t go to Memphis, remain there five hours, and return home the same day. Xotick. To Subscribers When a rod cross-mark appears on the margin of y...

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 July 1867

Off The Track. Last Thursday evening one week ago, a Leavj smash up occurred on the Nashville and Chattanooga railroad. The train that left the latter, city at 7:50 p. m. on the day in question, bound for Nashville, when nine teen inilea out and near the foot of Kacoon mountain ran over a cow, which caused fire cars to be thrown from the tr.tuk. The cars were badly smashed up, but strange to say, that out of the many passengers on board not one was killed, though many of them were bruised, and one or two, seriously hurt speaking of the accident a passenger says : Such a terrible smashing of timbers and enr trucks, I think, never occurred before. There was not a car of the whole train, ex cept the engine, that stood on wheels. The ladies' car llcw the track, turned more than half way round, and balanced itself upon a rock : making it impossible for passengers to pet out except through the side windows of the coach. Had this car pone three leet farther, it, with its load of human frei...

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 July 1867

Is r-UiaLJ Every Saturday, BUDSCUII'TIOX-One Cnv One Yr Th.. rf,.n : riibly in alvancr-; One Cojiy On lonta nuiiuii3iJl,-Un ?viuare,of ten lines or less, $1.00; f-aoh ul.i..j.ient insertion 6J conU; Local Notices 20 CfBU per line. 1 Square 1 month $2. SO 2 do 1 do 3 J 2 month $4..V 3 months $5,00 3 do 8.110 S 4 a , 12 23 da do do do do do do dj do do do do do rt.00 ..') 7.O0 10,'KI 12. K) 1:4.00 do do do do do do do 10.0(1 12,c ) 10,00 12,110 14.1") do do do do do 14,00 K.,00 32.1 10 M,00 ' ANNOUNCEMENTS-A nnouni-ine; Hie name of -"1 ior a touniuniM, sio. Mate or f ederal 13. " The shore Terms aud KaUi will be strictly adhere., to. 5" HflHtions, Marriairo, Birth and Ptath Notices solicited and will l,e williuzly i netted FREE OK CHAKGE. Obit- ni.i i. viiHrv4 for ut tt.iHiu2 r&teD. M- K. PARRlSn. Editor. Hardeman Count17 Directory. Chancery Court. JOHN W. HARRIS, of Somerrille Chanr-llor FRANCIS FENTRESS Clerk and Master Court meets 3J Monday in Kegitember and March. Circuit Cour...

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 July 1867

ISaiumv Bulletin. M. R.rAURISil, Kditor. UATURDAY, July 13, 1SG7. J'or Governor, IIOX. OEIiSOX ETIIEIUDtiE, OF WEST TENNESSEE. for Congress, c aro authorized to announce the Hon. J. W. T.KFTWICH as a canli.late for re-election to th offlee of Congressman from th? tightti Coofrressional Iiis-rtut- l or fie legislature. w ft fire authorized to announce JOHN li. flCFFiNasa candidal? for the office of legislator in tha Lower Ii'.ne of iUh next l.eif iUure of Tennessee from Har deman count. Kiection Drat Thnreday in August. AurtJ-Me. Third Volume of the Bulletin. One more number will close the second volume of this paper. We have determined to REDUCE the price of subscription, commen cing from the iirst Saturday in August next, to 3 a yar, payable in advance. Where clubs of TEN are formed, and the xapers ad- dresed to one Tost Office, $2 wil be the price. We ask our friends to take hoid and assist us. Our purpose will be to make the Bul letin worthy of home patronage Those persons who ow...

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 July 1867

1 -A r St. James' Church, Eolivar, Term. kt-rviaj." r Hanjjy ad oo nil the iluly Dayt br tha KF.CToR. V. C. Glt.VY. 1 Lt Lour or opening SainUj S.ool is 8 o'clock .a M Morning erv ice on S'Hidn;. W Z trtning SerTice on Suadaji 3 do r M On IlUy Ij, -- 4 M ftn(j 41j r M Serricea twk ech WelaJj anil Friday during Lent. fir The .nn of tiiii Clinaroli are ALL FKEE. Railroad Time Table. The trains on the Mississippi Central Kailroad puss Bolivar us follows: Express truin, south VM)0 a. m. north 1U:2S a. m. Mail train, south. 5:00 p. m. " north 10:32 r. u Freight train, south 7.15 a m. ' north 3:45 p. :.r. Passer, gers fur Memphis leaving here at y o'clock in the morning will arrive at Grand Junction in time to connect with trains for Memphis, which is due there at 1:45 p. m. liy this change passengers are enabled t go to Jlemphis, remain there five hours, and return ho;ae the same day. Notice. To Subscribers When a red cross-mark appears on the margin of jour paper it is placed there to n...

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 July 1867

1 M. It. FAKIUSII. tuiTOa. SATURDAY, - - - July 13, 1867. MY BSOTHES'S GRAVE. How many thousands there are to whom the late great struggle has made the follow iog lines appropriate: I'Tt breathed no igh, 1're bd no tar, Where brother takes his rest; I t never knelt above the sod That liei above hii breast. He sleeps afar from childhood's home, 'Mid soldiers' gravel, alene; And they who pass that lonely mooed Repeat the word "Unknown." Cnknowa tj them the mother's hope That centered once on him j Unknown to them the lister' love. Not death iuelf can dim. Oh! eould we but have closed bis ejes. Received hie parting breath. And heard him speak one last gocd-bre Before he slept in death! It would bave been a pleasure sad To treasure up the scene; A painful lesson, fraught with good, For memory's hand to glean. TV ne'er can place the Howry wreath. Embalmed with sorrow's tear. To shed its fragrant sweetness there Above the lost and dear. Tet will the moonlight oft and pure. His couch with ...

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 July 1867

r 1 imn-TMrr-r - m-i -t-ti . t-t-tt 23oliutr Bulletin. It pulilislied Every Saturday, BCILSClUPTION One Cyy Ona Year Three dollar, ir.va riftlily in advam-i-; OneC-iy Oue iluulh delivered. Eilty (.'tuts. ADVERTISING-Oue S-juare, of ten linen or K-sfl, Jl.Oif. eivh iiis;,jiu'iit in.ert.ion 50 ceatu; Local Notices 2) cent. er lino. 1 Sijnara 1 month $2..'x) 2 montUa $I..V) 3 montln $,.( 2 do 1 do la 3 ilo 3 . do 1 d. 4,.'xl 2 do H.iki 3 do lH.mi do 1 1 7,110 2 do ln,i( 3 do 12, 'hi 5 do 1 do lO.mi 2 do lL'.i'i 3 do ll.itfi 6 do 1 do 12,) a do lt, 3 do lr.'.mi IS do 1 do 24.00 2 do Z. 3 do n.'.ini 2i do 1 do 4-i.ti) 2 do .Vi.lrl 3 do l,i ASXOl'NCEMKNTS- Anno.imin? tlie Pii- of any person tor a County Olfioe, in). S-tate or J-'eiteral $15. JJ-JT Tin abore Terms ani llatua will be strictly adhered to. J8 Itelieiouii. M arrla-e. Ittrth pnd p'-ieh N'otu-p solicited, sad will he willinirly inserted FliKE OK CHALGK. Ooit uaric. will be charged fur at advertirtii.a r.-ite. M. K PAIiRISH. Ei;t...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 20 July 1867

JTor tlovcnior, HON. E:.Ii:itS0NT ETHERIDUE, OF WEST TENNESSEE. For C-'ougrros, firfl authorized to announce the lion. J I'KFTWICIJ as a cimiiJate for re-eloction to the etne of Congressman from the .higluli Congressional Iiis- f'or f.e JLegiSla litre. e are authorized to announce JOHN" B. RCKFIN'. eandidat f..r the offi" of legislator in U: Low or Ij..ue of te next Lilu'.ar i f Tennessee from liar s'. man ctiiitr. Election hrst liurd3y ia AugusL. AprO-tdo. To tlie Voters of Hardeman County Having been solicit-'. by many friends to become a candidate to rr rsnt tMs ciunir in th. Lefrisla tors. I hive ecuinU'd t-i .ini a candidate. I am a Ct.u servativ in feeling and -i.tiit.t'ut. and if elected will do all in rr.j power t rehtore ijX las, tthivb will produce harmoET and peace between rul. Jf'fu ly. WM. M. JOHNSON. Whit EVILLF., Juiy ii. 1?67. gjalurar gnlktht. M. It. PABIUSII. Kditob. SATURDAY, - July 20, 1867. BLAIR ! BLAIR ! Gen. Frank Blair of Missouri, one of the most talented a...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 20 July 1867

1 giillejitt. r lineal A I airs. St. James' Church, Bolivar, Term. A rriec o .very Sunday and oti all the Holy Days by the KF.CToii, W. C. GRAY. rhhonr er opeainr, Sunday SjIiooI ii (''cliKtiM Noriiif S.rvice on Sundays 10"J Evening Service ok Sundays ,,,, 3 do r M 0 II ly P.ys 7i a K and J JT Services twice eMk Wednesday and Friday during Lent. JiT The seats of this Cburch are ALL FREE. Eailraad Tine Table The (tains on t!io Mississippi Central ILailroal pasi Bolivar fc foliovrs: Express train, south 9:00 a. m. " " north 10:2-5 a. m. Mail train, south 5:00 p. m. ' " liordi 10:32 p.m. Freight train, Bouth 7: 15 a m. " ' north 3 45 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 Memphis, which is due there at 1:45 p. m. By this change passengers are enabled to go to Memphis, remain there five hours, and return ho.ac the Bamo day. L. l Walker A: Co., of Louisville, Ky., are our authorized agents. Ge...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 20 July 1867

(V s H A Hailrcr.d Acauaint? r. re r ' -k y. :i. i;. r .iiitin. i.Htuu. SATURDAY, - July 20, 18G7, For the Bolivar Bulletin. Plenty of Honey. A few daja pince as the train was poing bout'a on tie Mississippi Central RailroaJ, twenty miles from Jackson, tit a certain sta tion which doe not present a magnificent appearance, eonio passengers, of both eex, after making pome preliminary remarks in regard tu the town, an I the tate with which it was built, combined with the surrounding tcenery (agreeable to their ironical lan guage) which nature had bordered the out skirts of this beautiful and healthy location. The works of nature and the art of man Beemed to be diverged to such dazzling focus, that it caucoi the already fainted checks of one of our female heroes to redden with eeeming delight, which compelled her to ex press a desire to live in our town. Fcrhaj s bhe thought if the were situated a3 she could wish, amidst the domes and ppires of our vicos, away from the busy hum that i; ...

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 July 1867

-euSiMaaaaiaBSaii!aes! mm. . Is rt-liihaJ Every Saturday, SEB&XIPTIOX-Ons Copy Oa Tear Tlirte dollar.. Inva riably in a.lra&ce; One Uupy Ou iiouth delivered. Fifty Cents. AlVVTiaTISING One Spare, of ten lines or less, f 110; each sulnnqnent insertion do cents; Local Nuticej 2U CeQU DPT llDB. 1 b4ure 1 month fiO 2 mouths $,1.V 3 months $ (V) 2 do 1 do 3,00 2 do C.ijO 3 do i 3 do 1 do 4,f 2 do S.f 3 do If, mi do I da 7,0 2 do V, 3 do 12i do 1 do IO.iiO 2 do 12,i) 3 do 14, HO 6 do 1 do 12.(l 2 do 14,00 3 do IK.m II do 1 do 24,f0 2 do 3 do 32.xi 24 do 1 do 4:i,00 2 do i,,(J 3 do f4,lj AXXOUNCEMENTS-Anaounciiig the name of aay person for County OShce. 10, Stats or i ederal Jli. The above Terms aud Bates will te strictly adhered to. JS3 EeiixioBS, Marriasrc, Birth and T)eath Votie olieited, and will he wtilingrly inrtsd FREE OK CHAltGK. Obit uaries will be chared for at advertieini rstefi. M. It. PABIUSU, Editor. Hardeman Count 17 Directory. Chancery Conrt. JOHN W. JI A RR1S. of S...

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 July 1867

uHciut. M. il. VAU'.UsH, : SATUftOAY, - - July 27, 1G37 l or Congrats, YY nr niitrtorizc"-! to nn:iiir!,,. (be Hon 'n.W- J-:-T'K'U as a cnrdirtat fir r-ici...ii to tha r'ct -"ff'Uan from tho Eighth t'-.'iijrei.-.:onal D.s- For the legislature. f,.yy?' 're nnthr.vizcd to announce JOHN IIUMN'mi candidate- for tin ulfif i,f in tha I.uv er lie n ..ft'.,., next l.-ie.-'reure of Tet,i.-...ee from Iiar '. Eleetioa brol 1 htirsday iu Aiie-iist. cetiir.n eoi;,,i To the Voters of Hardeman County, it - . ... .uaving iccu hohcited bv nuiriv friends to lieiiirr.o a ci-ndMat C r.;,!-e2nt tain county is. the Lefi-U i a a c n.eii.eUgo D-coine- a tand-oate , I ion a Con servative, ia Ice'.iiig und fceuOuiant, su if elctwl wll do all ta my power t. nM. e (.'.! laws, whu-h i0 n-nce bftruiony U' U puma uetneen a 1. H-'.w-tu.! y, NY M. M. JOHN. SON HITtviI.l.I J ;ty I I o7. Conservative Ticket I o JFor Governor, HON. E3IEJ1S03 KTHEillDCC, OF WEST TENNESSEE. i'or Congress, OF SHE LEY. For Aifi'l I'uhlic ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 27 July 1867

i i s r i .. - v t Yi i: y I N I'd St. James' Church, Bolivar, Te.-ui. s- nicer, oa every S jii lay and on vi t!.e Il,lj i rector, w. c. fjjiAv. 1 ha Lour or opening Sunday S :ho '. f t y too , . i Mornia? Service on Sandal g Eveninf Service oa Sundays o IMy Days 71 J a m i r m Nfvico twice ec e 'nesdny aai rndny .'.jriz.g L Ci The teats cf this Cauarch ALL FREE. Railroad Time Table. 1 h trains on the Mississippi Railroad pass I'olivr.r ai follows : Lxpress train, south ' Ct '.':)) a. m. . A M. , 5:')0 i. m. 1!::' i: m 7: id A M. , C.I) r m. leavioir here at " " north Mail train, south ' noil!-. Freight train, south " north Passenger fjr Me nip!) is 1 o'clock iii the morning will arrivo af, Ciand Junction in time to connect with tr.iin for Memphis, which is due there at 1:45 p. r. y this change passengers arc enabled t go to Memphis, remain there five Louis. ;,:i 1 return ho;ne the s:;mc day. L. I. V iilker ic Co., of Louisville, Ky., are our authorized agents. The Fourth (Quarterly...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 27 July 1867

Special Jl'oiicfs. ILocal tidvertlaemenls. 1 llctiipli is Advert iscmcn ts. JYIcmpIiis vldvcrtiscments. ?fisJiis iiivtTli$iriicnis. SATURDAY, - July 27, 1SG7 Hit 'Em Ajrun. Friend Benton, of 'J.e Des Arc (Ark.) Crescent ia after the serio-comico critics of his section with a eharp ttick. Slash, cut and flay ; fur if ever there va a place large enough to support a ro shop that did n.t have its tseif conceited denizens, we have read "locals' to r;o i.roSt. Here what Benton says: HYPOCIUTICAL. -J'here ave few persons ia every commu nity, vho would like to be reearded a3 sa fari' authorative and infallihle oracles. They would have us believe, that the eapa cious recesses of their minds, contain every thing that is worth knowing; that their profound knuwledge is a scepter more po tent than an archangel's spear, and that we phould accord to them undiluted empire. )Ve find it utterly impossible to please them in the conduct of our paper. We have too much editorial or we do not have enough;...

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 1867

Hardeman Counts Directory. Chancery Court JOIH? W. nATIRIS. of Somerrille C.aW.lor fW' kNTUESS ..Clerk and titter vourt meets 31 Monday ia September and tlarcb.. Circuit Court. w. r. BOND .. . , , T. B Mcdowell IVrTZZZ:::'" Court rn.ett4.tl. Monday, in February. Jun, and October County 0lccr.s. juhx n. bills ci.ai. cwr J- B. HARRIS... K. G. CRAWFORD B. ANDERSON " J OS E m WATSON J. A. PIPKIN W. W. McCARLEV J. II. GROVES war. n cckol r.s .".' P. M. CRAWFORD MOSES TAYLOK JOHN R. BYNL'M Court meets 1st Monday in each mnth. Clerk Dnpnty Clerk Re ister Trustee Tax Collector Sheriff .-, Coroner Kan;er ..County Surveyor Jailor .Standard Keer ar Federal OiTicers. JAMES PVBASS Aiori)( lntrn.l Hertnn T. O. PATRICK CV.ee.tor of Pireet Taxes JAS. PYBASS fatt Masur Dr. II ELACri V-S. Revenoe Collector JNO. D. r.SSERT Asont Freemen's Bureau Corroration OOlcers. ALEX. RAMSE Y. Mayor ..Recor-ler . Constable R. G.CRAWFORD ., BENT. CRISP . Aldermen. W. H. THOMPSON. ALVIN WARREN. L. B. ADAMS. R. L. UG...

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 1867

9 murar gttlkiut. Eesult :rhe Election in Hardeman. M. K.TARHISH. di SATURDAY, - August 3, I8G7 2? is 2i az.acsiou. r, . . . . . oi the election throtiirhoTU trie Conservatism Triumphant ! Radicalism Eelow Par in Hardeman if no Where Else ! The rC'eiilt l--Ute cannot be ascertained for eevortldaya t cunie, but. we have learned cnotuk to knew that all of the large' towns have-iven rj.dieu.1 majorities. Nashville, Memphis, Knoxville, Columbia. I larkerille, Oallatin, trankhn, Pulaski, r.ul Drownsville gave radical majorities, llatitcaust be borne in mind that at all those points Ihe loyal leagues and railitiudid the -work, while in the country districts the raOical ticket was not near so successful in proportion to the votes polled. Vor instance : Memphis gives 2292 majority for IJrownlow, while six dis tricts in the county of Shelby cast over three hundred majority for Etheridge. The rule, as a general thLnjr, will hold good through out the State, and it would not surprise us raueh e...

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 1867

I. 7 I I lTITTTl V Local lH'(iirs. St. James' Clmrch, Bolivar, Tenn. cervices en every Suaday and oo all the lloly Days by the RECTOK. W. C. GRAY. Vhe hour or opening Sunday Sekool is. gj .clock a m Morning Service on Sundays iq; Evening ftervic on Sundays 3 do r M 0 Hcly Days A and 4 - M Services twice each Wednesday and Friday daring Lent. Tlx seats of this (,'huarca are ALL FDEE. Eailroad Time Table. Tli trains on the Mississippi Central Kailroad pass lJolivar as follows: Express train, south 9:00 a. m. north 10:2S a. m. Hail train, south 5:00 p. M. " nortli 10:32 p.m. Freight train, south 7:15 a, m. " " north 3:45 p. m. Passengers for Memphis leaving here at o'clock in the morning will arrive at (1 rand Junction in time to connect with trains for Memphis, which is due there at 1:45 p. m. By this change passengers arc enabled t go t Memphis, remain there five hours, and return hozie the same day. County Court meets next Monday. L. I Walker & Co., of Louisville, Ky., are our a...

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 1867

Ei!?SJSKOFS3Saa CT5 s (.RAXD GIFT ESTERASE -OF IICEjSTIX hotel AND taIdwufVen "'t'" I"r':!'"-r' cr either of the follutvin V?Ar,1CKi,l;(5K WASHINGTON MUJUKV-in- el.ir'. J ',:,'V:fc".'en "v k'"'y consented to tiVe ni?o?.)-, rt.con"-"1 dr.wi,,,. with the di,t.r.et r,.l(r. IX - v J , r.1""!" ''' -Ot-ina: whatevar to do i h i. J,h' H i .' Jt-fnson. Grg-i.i Kv.: G-"-Tai I.l-N. i;" i, Eextnru.n. Ky.: Hon. i- K. Hunt. Ktfl'lf .' nVe,r '''- linker. :Ji.. A. Grinned. Th . ?f H'!ey. lUm.-.: Jndze S. S. C-o..dle fn.t'on i- .;q CH-I,ier f,f j.-,rst Bki ,jCX: &;.,t;,t,.c J",l"s""- Ten per cent, premium v-ill be allowed tr. any person .et tin? up a cl.ib of ten or more sue rifci-rs. to to paid eit'.er .h.;";'-'""-- ,"!n t,IB mnnJ' " receive!, or iu iwucy An drawing is completed. All money , receivcd will be deposed in brink an J neia until the drawing take place. If the entn r.o anonld not be mmpleted, tha money will ba refund.-d to ti e purchaser, of EniraveiiiKs. The urawing win lane place ...

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 1867

Hardeman Count" Directory. o Chancery Court. JOHN W. HARRIS, of SomerWi:. Chancellor RANCI3 FENTRESS Clerk and Master vourt meats J Jlouday Si. S'iptomber and Hnroh. Circuit Court. W. I'. KOND , . t. c Mcdowell ....."Z " JZ Cart meets 4tU Monday, in February. Juno and October County omcers. jonx n. cn,is .. .Chairman County Court Clerk J- n. HARRIS It. 0. CRAWFORD B. ANDERSON 7 JOSEPH WATSON 7 J. A. PIPKIN ... W. W. M-;CA R LE Y J. IL GROVES WM. NUCKOLLS T. M.CRAWFORD Deputy Clerk Re.-istor Trustee -....Tax Collector Sheriff Coroner Ranger County Surveyor Ttiln, MOSES TAYLOR. . JOHN E.BYSDI Standard Keeper Court meets 1st Monday iu each month. Federal Officers. JAMES Pi'BASS Assessor of Internal Rereuoe T. G. PATRICK Collector of Direct Taxes JA9. PIBASS Poit Maat,r Dr. Jl. ELACII ..., U.S. Revenue Collector JNO. V. ISSEUY Ajcut Frecdmea's Bureau Corporation Officers. ALEX. RAMSEY" Mayor R. G. CRAWFORD . Recorder BENT. CRISP Co-Datable Aldermen. W. II ..THOMPSON. ALYIN WARREN, L. H....

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 1867

Idiimiv ' gulkttn. M. K. PAKKISII. Editor. THE HURDEK OF MRS. STJrOtATT. The Election-Crines, Frauds-" Heads I Win, Tales You Loose !" The Election as far as Heard From. SATURDAY, August 10, 1837 For. Two Years. Tho struggle is over, and law and justice for a time, falls beneath the remorseless tread of wrong and oppres sion. No matter how much we may deplore the result of the recent election, we should never faint, falter or fag in the high, noble hut circumstantial evidence was produced Newspaper readers are familiar with many incidents connected with the arrest, trial, conviction and execution of Mrs. Surratt, said to be one of the guilty persons who par ticipated in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, at Washington, on the 14th of April, 1S64. At the trial, before a Military Commission, it will also remembered, that no-nositive evidence a3 to her iruilt was es- tablished, while on the other hand nothing work which the Conservative party under took to do. It must be borne in mi...

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