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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 10 August 1867

'.wn'rw jinn! i Isocal .lll'ttirs. St. James' Church, Eolivar, Term. rtjrvu'os on every ;ui.J ny an.I on nil the Ho!y Days Ljr the KKCTOK. V. C. ii KAY. The h'uir or opeuinj Sunday .S-IjG1 U .s1, o'clock A M Moruiug Servio on SunOuya , Wz livening- Service oo Sti inlays 3 do r it tn Ilcly Iays a m and 4i P M Scrvii-ea twi'je each Wednesday auJ I'riday during Lent. La Tiie seats of tliis CluiariU ar ALL KUKK. Railroad Time Table. Thj trains on the Mississippi Central I'ailroad pass Bolivar a3 fallows: Kxpross train, south ........ 0:00 a.m. north Kh'JS a. m'. Mail train, south. 5:00 v. M. p. M Freight train, south " '' north , 7:15 a. 3i. 3:-1j I". M. Passengers for Memphis leaving here at ) o'clock itt 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 t go to Memphis, remain there live hours, and return home tlie same day. I 1. Walker A: Co., "of Louisville, Kv. are our author...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 10 August 1867

l i 1 C k M. R. PAllRISil, i p-aou. SATUHDAY, - - AUffUt 10, 1GG7 Information for tlie People. U:!g;nal and Selected 'l,v Chas li'-livar J 21. U J. ;re Remedy for a Fcion.th tucked linu: into common ,?oft f-oap till it is the consistence of glazier's putty. M;;ko a leather thhnbk', it with this c" n.posiiion, insert die linger, an, a cure is certain. This 13 a Joiaostio application that every huuse. keeper can apply promptly. Buffalo Advo cate. Whitrtvush and Start h. A strong solu tion of sulphate of magnesia will give a beautiful quality to whitewash, and a little of it used with starch will ad J considerably to m stiffness, and render cotton or linen garments to a certain degree incombustible. London Chem. Xcws. Drilling Glass. ViQ dilute sulphuric acid 1:5 to wet the drill with, and it will drill like iron. Lon don Ckcrn. Ntics. New Marking Ink. 8:52 grin, ervstalized chloride of copper, lO.Gj gnu. chlorate of soda, and 5:33 grrn. chloride of ammonium are dissolved in GO grin, w...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 17 August 1867

Hardeman Counts Directory. Chancery Court. JOHN W. IIAltRlS, r,f sMuervi!le Chancellor FKANCM FEXTIIKSS Clerk and Hut., Court meets 3'i Manday ia September and March. Circuit Court. l'- O.ND ..Judg9 T. b Mcdowell Cerk Court meets 4tL Monday, in February, Juue and October Goujity OHitcrs. JOHX II. BILLS Chairman County Court J. B. II A KRIS ; C!erk IX. (J. CRAWFORD Deputy Clerk B. AXDEASON , HB1(uter JOSEPH WATSON Trustee J. A. riPKIX Tax Collector W. W. McCAKLEY J. II. GROVES. W5I. XCCKOLLS '. I M. CKAWi'OKD HENRY L. PUNCH JOHN R. BYNL'M !ieri3 ........... Coroner Ranger .County Surveyor Jailor .Standard Keepar Court meets 1st Monday in each mouth. retleriil Officers. JAMES PtBASS Assessor of Internal Revenue T. G. PATRICK J AS. PI BASS Dr. 11. BLACII JNO. D. USSERY Corporation ALEX. KAMSEY... K. G.CBAWFOKD BENT. CRISP Collector of Direct Taxes .... Post Mastsr .....U.S. Revenue Collector Agent Freedmen's Bureau Ollscers. Mayor ....Recorder Constable Aldermen. YT. H. THOMPSON, ALVIN...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 17 August 1867

; r t f i f 1 f 1 M. It. PAKUISII. Editor. SATURDAY, - - August 17, 1887 CKois-In this county the crowing cotton plants have greatly improved in appearance during the past eight or ten days, and now promise an abundant yield of cotton of a sup,. nor q-Kihty; indeed, it is thought by i the knowing ones uuce, this season bales. In connection that, in a whole, giving better satisfaction than they did prior to the election, when thov being harassed almost to death by political speakers and radical hirelings. Corn that was planted ariy now grown, full and completo in every particular, while that which was planted late in the spring is not doing remarkably well, owing to the dry weather which has prevailed for the last eight or ten days; however, a sufficiency of gram will be produced in Hardeman. The crops of both sweet and Irish potatoes are promising, while vegetables of nearly all kinds are suffering for rain. Farmers and planters have or are sowing large quantities of turnip geed.. 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. — 17 August 1867

I! s (4 1 - olumr bulletin lineal .1 Hairs. St. James' Church., Bolivar, Term. r'ervici'J on every Sunday and on hi! tlie II,.iy I'ayjtythe kkctop.. v. v. gray. llwhonr or opening Sunday Kcltool i ,c 1 j oV.o'jk A 5S Muroing Service on Suhdaya lu'a Kveniug r'ervii-w on Sunday .1 do r M .On Hcly Days -j a m and 4'3 p m Service ivric earS Wednesday and Friday during Lout. 5 Too .-.its of this IViuaruh are ALL It E K. Eaiiroad Time Table. The trains on the TI isssr-sijvpi Central IJailroad pass llolivar as follows: Impress train, south Ch.'JO a. m. " north 10:2S a. sr. Mail train, south 5:50 p. m. " " ni t !i 10:32 i m Freight train, south 7:15 a. sr. " north 3:45 v. M. Passengers for Memphis leaving here at 0 o'clock in the morning will arrive at (I rami Junction in time to connect with trains for Memphis, which is duo there at 1:45 p. sr. By this change passengers are enabled to go to Memphis, remain there five hours, ami return home the same day. Ij. P. Walker A: Co., of Louisville,...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 17 August 1867

1 i; f i T .1 1.1! lit. M. K. l'AUUISII. Kwiob. SATURDAY, August 17, 1867 Information for the People. Original nd Selected lv (.has M. O'Mara, Druggist Uoiivar 1 J law to Judo lye the Character of a Horse ly Oubrard Appearances. "1 offer the fol lowing fugefations, the result of my close observation and on experience: If the color be light-sorrel, or chestnut, his feet, face a-d legs white these are marks of kindness. If he is broad and full between the eyes, he may be depended on as a horse of good sense, and capable of being trained to anything; as respects such horses, the more kindly you treat them the better you will be treated in return. Nor will a horse of this description etand a whip if well fed. If you want a safe horse, nvoid one that is dish-faced. He may be so far gentle as not to scare, but he will have too much ITO-ahead in him fa rr sft with every body. If you want a fool, but a horse of great bottom, get a deep bay, with not a white hair on him. If his face is a lit...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 31 August 1867

Hardeman Counts Directory o J Chancery Court. - . r t , klss (J!,rk and Matter court meets 8J Monday in September and March. Circuit Court. W. P. BOND.. . Jod sL.uit Clerk Court meeta 4',!. Monday, in February. Jana and Octobe ' County OfHceis. HJ.l.M II. JiiLLS (hiVm..l'n..,c.1 J- B. IIAKKIS.. K. (J. CRAW FOHD ." B . A X n E nso N '. JOSEPH WATSOX J. A. PIPKrN I'... W. W. JJeCARLEY ."'J J. II. GROVES... . " WM. NCCKOLLS... 1. M. CHAWFOKD HENRY L. PCXCH JOHN R. DY.NI M : .;. ' " -Court meeta 1st Monday ia eatb month. Clerk Iisruity Clerk Iieciste Trustee Tax Collect ... ..... . Sheriff - Coroner -..Ranker .Co"uniy Surveyor Jailor Standard Keeper Federal Officers. JA51ES P YBAH.S Assessor of Internal Revenue T. O. PATRICK Collector of lireet Taxes J AS. r 1 liASS Poet Msatar Dr. II. BLACH U.K. Revenue Collector JN O. D. CSSERY ....Agent Freedmen a Bureau Corporation Officers. V r I'V s truroir iiA.iiois. I Mayor jv. . cjia r UllU Recorder BJ:NT. CRISP Constable Aldermen. W. II. THOMP...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 31 August 1867

iaibar lu!ktui.i 23 m. r. r.niu?n. kditor. SATURDAY, - AugTist 31, ISG7 Revival. The revival in this place is still moving with unahating vigor. Seventy-one have been converted, and many penitents arc still at tho altar of prayer. The com munity seems to be much nroused upon the great suVjf-ct of religion. Its influences are not confined to the younger part of our population, but pervading all classes of our town. The preaching has been of the mo ving revival kind, swaying with moral power toward the alter the vast congregations which have waited 01. the ministry of eter nal truth with such profound attention. Many of the older citizens speak of it as the most powerful revival ever held in Bolivar. Success to the honest efforts and abilities of the- rastor of the M. E. Church, south, and his co'aborers in the ministry, and all true hearted christians of all denominations. Mr. Garrett, the pastor, has characterized him self with magnanimous christian liberality towards all christians...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 31 August 1867

era 1 a) Isocul . Fairs. St James' Church, Bolivar, Tenn, Cervices oa every Sunday and on ail ;!.o Iloi r Day, by tho HECTOR, W. C. GRAY. the hour r opening Sunday Suhool it t!.''c!wklil Morning Service oa Sandavs yy. Evening Scrvino on Sundays 3 do p m On Hcly r.1y, 7,. A M anJ p M Service twic each We1ae.lay and Fr.day daring Lent. Sir The sati of this Chuarch are ALL FREE. Eaiiroad Time Table. The trains on the Mississippi Central Kailroal pass Bolivar as follows: Kxpress train, gouth 9:30 a. m. " ' north 10:2S a. 11. Mail train, south 5:"0 p. m. " north 10:32 i'! m Freight train, nouth 7:15 a. m. '' north 3:45 p m. Passengers fur Memphis leaving here at 5 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. n ,:.. k .... wnan-u iiiisseuers are enadJea t "o to ilemphis, remain there five hours, and return hoiiie the same day. Half Fare. The Mississippi Central and the Memphis and Charleston Kailroada wii...

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. — 31 August 1867

nil din. For tiie Bolivar Bulletin. JTIcmphiS ldvcrlisemcnls. JTlcmpIi is ,-ldv'ert iscm en is. . 2Tex7 .Testament Conversions 9f3 X u w i f 1 ft !' ' M . n. VAKRI:-U, T:t)iToa.' SATURDAY, - - August 31, 1807 3IINISTF.2IKa ANGELS. Ueb. i. 14. Where are the aogela? To mine eyei No beaveuly f-irm appears; And, when I most could deem them ni-h. No voice aalut mine e&ra. Are thev above qi ? Is the cloud That float on yonder iky But a suggestive beauteous shroud That hides them from our eye? Are they around us? Is the air With thir rich presonce fraught, .Like vnseea gnests that listen there For each unwLis; ered thought? IIow do their ministrations come To want and woe and care. Through toil abroad, and rest at home, To bless sal vation's heir ? They must bs near us, nearer e'en Than we ourselves have known; Perhaps without a veil between. Their Leiu;; and our own. It may be in some burdened hour, V hen else the heart had failed. Though ail unrecognized, their power O'er evil hath p...

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. — 7 September 1867

f i I- Eardeman Counts Directory. Chancery Court. JOET5 TV. HARRIS, of SomerriUe Chancellor ZHANCIS FENTRE53 ..CIerk ,nd Mast Court mseu ;-.J MuuUs ia September a4 March. Circuit Court, W. P. BOND , , . . b MciowELL..:::::::::zziS Court o.UU. Monday, tn February, Jon and October County OSlcors. wviioi u. liiLLS ChirsnB Coonty Covirt HAI.UI3 C,erk K. G.CRAWITCmD Deputy Clerk B.ANDERSON Bejister JOSEPH WATSOX .Trnst,, J. A. TIPKIN x Coueotor W. W. JIcCAnLET.-. Sheri J. U. UilOVES. ....Coroner WM. KCCKOLLS nger V. Jtt. CIIAW1 OL.D , County Surveyor HESET L. PCXCn jaiior JOHN R. BTNCM JSUudard Keeper Court masts 1st Mondsy in ech m.mth. federal OClccrs. JA5IE3 PTBA.SS Assessor of Internal Eerenue T. G. PATRICK Collector of Direct Taxee JXS. PTBAS3 Port 51 astsr Dr. a. BLACH ...UJS. Eerenue Collector JNO. D. CS.SEKY. Agent Kreedmen Bureau Corporation Ulcers. ALEX. KAMSET Mayor 71. Q. CRAWFORD Recorder BENT. CEI.SP ConsUMa Aldermen, W. n. THOMPSON. ALV1N WARRKN. L. B. ADAM3. ft. L. L1GIIT...

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. — 7 September 1867

- 1 V M. 11. lWURISH, Zvno" SATURDAY, Sept. 7, 18G7 GLOOIIY. The prospect for a restored Union, peace and its attendant blessing, seem rloomv in- ueea. Kadical men and extreme raui measures are fast drivin- us, as a peonli towards a gulf whose depths are unknown. The President of the United State-?, it seems nas been made a call-boy of by iha so-called National Congress. When be, from bis po sition, sees lit to issue an order to an infe rior ofiicer, that officer, by tho impudence pumped into him by designing men and an unscrupulous assembly, has the audacity to oiler a written rebuke to his commander; and more, ho i3 applauded for eo doing by lea ling men. When the President deems it necessary to enforce the law he swore to up hold and protect, he is coolly told that he cannot do it, that he is doing what he oueht not to do! All this means trouble, and to trouble it will lead. So far as law and order is concerned, this country is a chaos. Civil liberty is a thing of the past, and o...

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. — 7 September 1867

3 ' ' ii 1 - . i I 1 : 1; Y 4 S.ncfil vltTu irs. St James' Church, Bolivar, Term. Fcrvlce en evtry Sunday and on all the Holy itays by the ' .5... XtECXOii. "A". C. OKAY. .... faa hnr or opening Sunday School is S'a o'clock a m Morning Service on Sundays.. lO'i Evening B&rTice on Sundaya... 3 do T M On llrly Baya 7ii A M and V-i r M Services twice each Wednesday and 1'riday during Lent. STB" The teats of this Cauarch are ALL V REE. Railroad Time Table. The trains on tho Mississippi Central Railroad pass Bolivar as follows: Express train, south 9:30 a. m. " " north 10:2S a. m. Mail train, south 5:50 p. m. " " north..... .....10:32 r. si. Freight train, south............ 7:15 a. m. " - north 3:45 p. si. Passengers for Memphis leaving here at t) 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. jr. . By this change passengers are enabled to go to Memphis, remain there five hours, and return home the same d...

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. — 7 September 1867

i I i For tb Bolivar Edl:&-!a. Christianity Z.GCtil ZdVrti same it is, 'JempIiiS rcriscnt fii s. ZZc in pli is m-ldi'triistmciits. JcnTt is 'ftl vcri isan cn is. P. aaa mm wz r-m mm3 aiJ Ji CO. m. n. PAumsii. i:mto SATURDAY, - - Sept. 7, IS67 Information for the People. Or!!.al ed Selena Vv Cba. M: Cl'Ilara, Drugget, ISiIivar Cautions in Visiting the Sick. Do not visit the sick when you are fatigued, or when in a perspiration, with the stomach empty for in euch conditions you are likely to take me iniection. TThen the disease is very contagious, take the side of the patient which is near to the window. Do not enter the room the first thing in the morning before it ia aired; asd when you come away, take soma food, change your clothing immedi ately. Tobacco pmoke is a preventive of malaria. " Inquire Within." You, Young Man, who have been eating onions, and w.ant to call on your duck, can remove the taint from your breath by eatin" n 1 r itt Ant nA .r i . . t - 1 V n.' , T "ir?,eJ...

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. — 14 September 1867

Hardeman Count" Directory. Chancery Court - vna w. MAUlils. or Som.rrille Chwoellot rKANcis fentres...., .CIerk an4 MMtat vert a tot. 54 iundtj i, SUjfcbtr ind March. Circuit Court, . x . ........ Jndre T. B M.DOWELL. -ZZZZ..a?i! Coart tn..U4tl. Monday, la February. Jam aad Oetobor County OHlcers. JU.t n. BILLS.... ChalnaiB Conner Court --"' "Attuia .. ....Clerk CBAWrOBD D.paty ci.rk B. ANDERSON BegUter JOSEPH WATSOS Tmiu. J. A. PIPKIN. Tbx collector W- W.MeCARLET SherlS J. H. G BOTES . Coroner W5T- KCCKOLLS '. Itwrer P. M. CHAWFOED s, County Surveyor HEKBT L. PUNCH .. Jnor JOHN R.BTNCM uiAm.tA Keeper Court meet 1st lIorvHrn each mouth I'cdrul O Clears. JAMES PTBAS3 Assessor of Internal Rav.nn. T. G. PATRICK Collector of direct Taxea JAS. PTBAS3 Poet Mater Dr. il. ELACH.........-, UJ4 Revenue Collector JJiO. D. CSSERY........ Agent Freedmtm' Bureau Corporation Officers. alex. KAarsEr Mx.ot R. G. CRAWFORD Recorder BEXT. CRISP Constable Aldermen. Tr n. THOMPSON. ALYIN WARSEN, L. B. AD...

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. — 14 September 1867

3 1 V ullctw. j M. R. I'ARF.TSn. Editor. SATURDAY, Sent. 1-1, 18G7 Destructive Fire. Last Wednesday night, about I0J o'clock, a destructive fire occurred in Grand Junction, which consiis med the row of houses just east of the Stone wall House and fronting the Memphis and Charleston Railroad. Four houses wero totally consumed together with their con tents. The loss is estimated at $5,000, par tially covered by insurance. The fire is said to have originated from a coal oil lamp in the rear room of W. J. Wood's saloon, and had full headway before the alarm was given; the occupants of the building barely escaped with their lives. The flames from the building in which the Cre originated spread rapidly to the adjoining houses. Quilligan's new two-story house, situated just north of the burning houses, was in great danger, but escaped the devouring flames. The grocery house of J. It. Rumn was consumed. We learn that Wood's loss is fully covered by insurance. This is a ter rible reminder 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. — 14 September 1867

I i- ! . i ( JLocal 1 flairs. St. James' Church, Bolivar, Term. ; i'ervicn en every Suisy UJ oa all tb Holy Day by the KECTOIC. W. C. CllAY. 1 he heur or opening Sundny School Is 6' o'clwck A M Morning Sei-rice on Sunday! 10,' Erening Servicm on Sunditj 3 do p X On Holy Pet 71.; mmdrX SerTlee twice each Wednesday and Friday during Lent. J- The aeau of tlii Chnaroh are ALL FKEE. Railroad Time Table. The trains on the Mississippi Central Kailroad pasa Bolivar as follows : t Kxpfcss train, south :30 a. m. ; " " north 10.2S a. m. Mail train, south 5:50 p. it i " , " north 10:32 p.m. Freight train, south 7:15 a. jr. ! " ' north 3:45 p. m. Passengers for Memphis leaving here at 9 o'clock in the morning will arrive atGrand , Junction in time to connect with trains for Memphis, which is due there at 1:45 p. sr. Hy this change passengers are enabled t go to ilemphis, remain there five hours, and return home the eame day. See the card of Filbert, Minter & Walker, y( of Memphis. For soaps,...

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. — 14 September 1867

1. It. PAEKISH. Editob. SATUHDAY, - Sept. 14, 1S07 B fftA. am- sw-an BT THB " FAT CONTRIBUTOR." We found a man seated on a carb-stone dpht the pout office last night, muttering to himself apparently, as there was no one else to mutter to. We felt constrained to ask him what he waa doing. "Ilaint doin' nothin'," waa the reply. ' Where do you fceloDg?" " Don't b'long nowhere, and nowhere don't Vlong to me." " Who are you T' " I'm Broke." " Well, suppose you are broke, you've go a name, haven't you ? What is it ?" "I tell ye I'm Broke Dead Broke that's my name, and that's my natur'. My father was Broke before me. If he hadn't been, I wouldn't be Broke now at least not so bad. My mother was a Peasely, but she wanted a husband and she got Broke that's my . dal and Broke got me. I've been Broke ever since." For a few moments the unhappy D. Broke buried his face in his hands, and seemed lost in the most doleful reflections. Then raising his head, he exclaimed bitterly: " I wish I had been ...

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. — 21 September 1867

Hardeman Counts Directly. Chancery Court. TttANCU FCNTSE....: ...,Ck JkU-u vor meow 3a Monday ia. September and Mwcli. , Circuit Court, T. W. P. BOND t. b Mcdowell Court meets 4tL Monday, tn February, County CHce; JOHN n. BILLS :.Chai . ..-Jndre Clerk June sad October rman County Court J. B. HAEBI3 K. G. CRAWFOBD B. ANDERSON JOSEPH WATSON J. A. PIPKIN , ,.., W. W. McOAIiLLr...v J. n. GiiOVKd WM. KCCKOLLS r. m. cBAwroitu .. HENRY Lv PTJNCU JOHN R. BTNL'M.. Court meets lot JIod-Nt in each month. ....,..... ..Cleric .....Depnty Clerk ..... Register ...........Trnstee .........Tax Collector .Sheriff ............. Coroner Kanrer ...County Surveyor ...Jail ....Standard Keeper Federal Ofilcers. JAMK3 PYBAS3....... .....Assessor of Internal Revenue T. O. PATRICK Collector of Direct Taxes JA3. PXBAS3, Post Mastsr Dr. II. ELACH- CS. Ilevenne Collector JJiO. D. CSSERY , ....Ageot Freedmea'i Bureau Corporation Ofilcers. ALKX. RAMSEY Mayor It. G. CRAWFORD..- Recorder BENT. CRISP Constable Alderm...

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. — 21 September 1867

3 M. H. FARI1IS1I, L-mtor. OATUItDAY, - Eo't. 21, 1SG7 Dawning. At last the thick clouds which have for ?o long a time gathered around the altar of American freedom are beginning to fade awaj, and the sunlight cf truth and justice is once more glimmering oyer the land. Radicalism, the Lane of true repub licanism, is being discarded, and in its stead we are promised that Conservatism shall be planted firm and immovable. The trials and dangers that have hung over the onward BwiDes oi liberty and prosperity for the past .three years are giving way, and "Troth, rer lorely since the world began. The foe of tyrants and the frieai of man." a mounting, eaglelike, to the elevated thrones of justice and humanity. The re sult of the September elections is a prelude to trie luture, and gives us grounds for pleas am anticipations. Making up the history of tne nee and fall of selfish political parties in v . . ' . . U1" country, we cannot blind our sight to to the fact that they have blossomed in...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
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