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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 21 September 1867

It k If 3? 1 4 rihrar ilednt. Local ItTalrs. Et James' Church, Bolivar, Term. JnlM. er.ry Sunday and oa all the Huly Days by the : Eixroa, w. c. gray. lkehur or opening Sunday School Li ." 8 M "clock A M Morning SeTTlce oa Sunday 10,'i Craning Borrlce od Sunday.. 3 do r it Oa fitly Dyi .. 7,:a A M and 4; P M Serrices twice each, Wednesday and Fri-lsy duriug Ltint. W The aeau of thU Chua.-ch are ALL f REK. cheap dst gooes i cheap ebt GOODS I CASH HOUSE. We bar now in 8tre fall Lion of LlXSITS AMD LOMMTJCi. Mttciot, i - - Cloak akd White Goods, CL01filQ OF ALL' K.IXES. We will Mil you Good Goods at honest prices. 't j MENKEN B ROTH E 113, 2 Main Street, eor. of Court Street, MKMPHI8, TlSW, ' W. B. Eiamln. our Stock before yon bay. sept21 8m Eailroad Time Table. The trains oa the Mississippi Central Railroad pass Bolivar as follows : Express train, south 9:30 a. m. " " . north 10:28 a. m. Mail train, south 5:50 p. m. " " north 10:32 p.m. Freight train, south 7:15 a. m. " ? " north 3:45...

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. — 21 September 1867

Infom&tion for tie People. iOrislnsl and Selected by Chita. O'Eara, Iirapgist American Manufactures in Europe. Most of the machinery used in the En$isb armo , riea is the product of American brains and handiwork. The machinery for turning gun-stocka was made at Chicopee, Masa., and is the indention of Thomas Blanchard, of Boston. , With this machine a gun-stock can be made" for one shilling, and by other Ameriean machines the whole musket can be made for about three dollars, and is a better one than waa formerly .made for nine dollars. A New York printing press, is the voice of the "Thunderer" as the London Times is called, and of the London Illustrated News, and in fact most of the leading papers in Great Britain use Hoe & Co.'s presses. Greenwich, En, one in Germany, and one in RuBsia. The first railroad in the WOrld, J and the largest air-line road from St Pe tmhnnr tr Moscow. 700 miles was built -a ' i . T I dj j.iiuiuaa t iuu.no, l educated in I hiladclphia. j The royal...

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. — 28 September 1867

Hardeman Count117 Directory. Chancery Court. JOint Tf. HARRIS, cf Som.rville Chanel.-- T2ANCI3 FENTRESS.-. C "d Mr . CvKrt ic.tu ti Honiv i S-.-teiabet aad MareSv Circuit Court. tr, P. DOS J a,,se V. a McDowell cier Coart muU. Monday; in FUruary, Jons acl Oct.be . ".. County. "O.Clcers."- " . . . 4skiX il. BILLS .Chairman County fVnrt J. n. HAP.Iili .....,.. . G.CRAWFORD.. v- , Clerk Deputy Clerk ....... ....... lieister ..... .... Trurte. :.....Txt'pntor Sheriff ... . . . .. Core nor - Kacger .County Surveyor . .Tailor li. axdt:kson.,.. JOSEPH WAIOS J- A. I1PK1S. yf. W. McCARLEV J. n. GSOVES WM. NCCEOLLS . P. M. C11AWFORD HENKT PUNCH JOIIN B.BTXCM Coart mMtf 1st MM'inr in each Dionta ..Standard Keepar Federal QOIccrs. JAMES PTBASS Assessor of Internal Evtnn I. O. FATKICK .....Collector of Dir.ct Taxe. JAS. PrBASS past M.atsr Dr. 11. BLACII .. U.S. Revenue Cllecwr JSO.D. US.SEHY......... Agent Kreedmeo'. Birtto Corporation Ofliccrs. ALEX. RAMSET. .. ..Mayor S-O. CRAWFORD BiST. CUISP...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 28 September 1867

fVt:W-MU.rm- Saliimr IMldin. M. it. p.T;::ln. Editor. SATURDAY, . . - Se-t. 23, 1CG7 KE7 COTTNTX A wy kurn, a meeting was held at Grand Junction on last Tuesduy evening for the purpose cf forming a new county, to be composed cf a portion of Hardeman and Fayette, and we deem it proper to inform our readers cf the movement, frankly avow ing, however, that there is not, according to tha fundamental St.ita law, sufficient terri tory for the formation of a new county, and will quote from the Code, article I1T, F.ec. 82, page 87, for the-purpose of introducing the isuhject : "New counties in;iy bo established by the Legislature, to c nist of not less than three hundred ai;d fifty square miles, and which shall contain a population of four hundred ntid fifty qualified votcra. No line of eueh county shall approach the Court Htuse of any oU county from which il may be taken, r.enrer thun twelve miles. No part of a countjr shitll be Uken off to form a new county, or a part thereof, without the...

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. — 28 September 1867

Zsocal IfFairs. St. Jaraes' Cimreh, Bolivar, Teim, (ervlecs cn every Saaday ani on all the Holy Dars by the liECTuR. W. C. GRAY. - t"i.e har t opeainj Suniay School is g'. o'clock a M Morning ertfc on Sundays ioj -reaing BorTic on Bandav-s. ...... 3 do p M Oa Hc'.y Days r-'t A M and 4f P M liereicei twlse tuk Wedneiiay ard Friday daring Lent. Cg The mu of this Clmarch ere ALL FREE. IKT GOOIr.il CHEAP DKT GOQD3 WASH HOCSE. We hire now la Stac full liae of KurTTCXT JlASS, LlwaiTs ajixi Dojsmtics, sltaLxoa. Cj.ua as aja Wbit Goopt, CLOTHIKO CF ALL KINDS. W will j Qovd Goods at tynest prlc.s. MENKEN "BROTOEKS, 3ftJ Mala. Street, oor. of Court Street. Mkmpbis, Tin, S. B. Iiuln our Stock before you bay. sept21 Kin Eailroad Tine Table. Tho trains oa the Mississippi Central Railroad pass Bolivar as follows : Express train, south. 9:30 a. m. " " north 10.23 a. m. Mail train, south 5:50 p. M. " north ...10:3-2 p. M. Freight train, Bouth 7:15 a.m. ' V north 3:45 r. sr. Passengers for Memphis l...

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. — 28 September 1867

en rv i ( . I I . J: .. J UMCllU. C5: M. K. I'ARRISH. Editor. SfZFl:-AY' - - - So t. 23, 1867 Information for tlie People. JQr'.ilaal Se':o:I y Cha. liilivar American Bvok Oraft- 5t O'Qara, Druggist Titty years ego. three men. V.v hand manufacture 4,000 email sheets of paper a davt while they can now produce 00,000 in the Earn a time. France with 25,000,000 of inhabitant, only produces 20,000 tuns, of which one seventh is exported. England with 23,000,000 of inhabitants produces 65,000 tuns, while the United States produces nearly aa much as England asd France together. The first book printed in the New World wa in the city of Mexico, in 1544, and was entitled Doctrina Christiana perco los Indo. The first publication made in English, in America, was the Freeman's Oath, an alma nac for 1C30. In 1640 was published the first book, entitled the Boy Pealra Boole, of which there were published 18 editions in this country, and seventy editions abroad. The first printing press Bet up in Arn...

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. — 5 October 1867

Hardeman Count" Directory. Chancery Court. JW W. HARRIS of Somerville ..Chancellor J-SANCI3 FKNTKESS J, Cierk a,.4 Mter Court uaefai 3U Monday ia ef,mbcr and March. - - Circuit Court. w. p. bojjdI.J...., .... J 'd . T. b Mcdowell ""..7.7 Omrt meet 4ti. Monday, la February. Jane and October "J County O.'IJceix. HHIIf II. BILLS Chairman County Coart Clerk -...-..-....Deputy Clerk Reg inter Trustee Tax Collector '" Sheriff -- . .............. ....Coroner ....Iianger 1 ...County Surveyor - .Jailor Standard Row.. J- B. ITAIiRIS E. G. CRAWFORD B. AND Kits ON JOSEPn WATSON J. A. FIPKIN W. W. McCARLET;.. 3. It, GROVES w. nuckolls p. si. cuawkobd henry l. punch ... john r. bynum.. Coart meet lit Mor-lsjMn each month. Federal OiUccrs.' JAME9 PTBASS Assar o Internal' Revenue T. G. PATRICK Collector of Direct Taiei JA3.PYBAS3 Po.tM.at- Dr. 11. ELACH ...U-S. Revenue Collector JNO. D. tSSEIlY Ag-nt Kreedmen's Bureau Corporation OCicers. At, BAMSlir ,Ujror - U.AWjyiii) - Recorder AT. tKISP Constab...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 5 October 1867

' --4 V f J! 4 in u M. It. PAREIsa. ti-iroa. rnrr-n r r Oct. AO 87 NxnviLLE. TLo outre .-j rcrcttrated on fro fil.7.ltn - f V ., Ml I . . 1 C' i J 111 ! .viMmraajcou-a turd ay could o.iiy t,o t.ie vror i- , r t i . . i i wicked tools Mayor Drown, it will be re- iaexsbered, desired that the municipal eleo- tioa sjoqIJ Le held by the juJ -s and clerics of election appointed by the City Council Lrownlow forbid anything of the kind, and held that 4be efflccM of election appointed by tho registration officer of Davidson were the nly ones who could or thou.d hold the election. The Mayor, tacked by the City - ' J, - Councn, the weanh and intelligence of v. ' . " j.aehvnic; protested agamst such a hijh- banded outrage, and called upon the Presi- dent for a:d and interference. Andrew Jobnscn caused General Grant to eend back a Kutatvasta reply that seemed to have ... , t." liftli a dozen Eieanmrs. Gen. Thomas was , c , mJUW Bt,euc Ul we ""uuy lortne '-I '1" ucc Ol ftfrptug UU.VU Ii COH13 ior...

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. — 5 October 1867

r -1 . IT I T IT T ir uufltiu Local 1 Pairs. St. Janes' Church, Bolivar, Tenn. Perries ea every F.undaT and on all the Holy Day by the RECTOR, W. C. GHAT. Va hear er epaiiing Sunday Sckool U...... 8; o'clock a M kfuraius Service Sunday! ........ 10)f Evening Service on Sunday 3 do r M " Hcly Day 7 A M nd 4, p x Service tviee each Wednesday ud Friday daring Lent. r Testate of this Chuareh are ALL FREE. CUE At DRT OOO iri I CHEAP DRT GOODS CASH HOUSE. We nave bow la Sure full line of KwrtvCKT JlAM, LltStT AMU Ikixutici, CLOAKS AMD WnlTJS GOODS, CLOTHING t ALL KINDS. T lell yes Guod Good at honest price. MENKEN BROTHERS, 141 Main Street, cor. of Con rt Street, Mcafuia, Tesw, Jf. B. Examine our Stock before yon bay. eptZl Hm Eailroad Time Table. The (rains on the Mississippi Central Railroad pass Bolivar as follows : Kxpre83 train, south 9:30 a. m. " north. 10:23 a. m. Mail train, eouth 5:50 p. m. " " north 10:32 p. m Freight train, eouth 7:15 a. m. " " north 3:45 p. m. Passengers for M...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 5 October 1867

auoar iklfctm. 5- M. II. PARillSII, KpiTOH. SATURDAY, Oct. 5, I8G7 Information for the People tOrlinl and fcclacUd hy Chas. M. O'.Uara, liolivar 1 Druggist Treatment of Drunkenness. It ia said, in the Connaisnanccs Medicales, that a half tca Hpoonful of the officinal liquor ammonia;, properly diluted, -will usually dissipate the violence of the symptoms of intoxication. A similar statement is made by Eberle, and referred to by Wood and Ilache. Drug Circular. To Wash Calicoes without Tailing. In fuse three gills of salt in four quarts of wa ter; put the calico in while hot, and leave it till cold, and in this way the colors are rendered permanent, and will not fade by subsequent washing. Drug Circular. Burns or Scalds. The following is one of the best applications we know of in case of burns or scalds, more enpecially where a large surface is denuded of the cuticle. Take one drachm of powdered allum, and mix thoroughly with the whites of two eggs and a teacup of fresh lard; spread on...

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. — 12 October 1867

Eardeman Counts Directory Chancery Court JwniJl w. I1AKK13, of Somervill. Chancellor FENTRESS Clerk and Master Vrt meet. 3d Monday ia September and March. Circuit Court, r T. B KoDOWELL Clerk Court DtU4tL Monday, in February, Jun. and October County OKlccrs. JOHN H. BILLS Chairman County Court J- B. nAURIS,. K. O. CRAWFORD B. ANDERSON JOSEPH WATSON J. A. PIPKIN W, W. McCARLIY. J. IL GROVES Vfil. NUCKOLLS P. M. CRAWFORD iienut l. pcxen ., Clrk Deputy Clerk ........ Register Truate. ... Tax Collector .......Sheriff .............. Coroner .................... Ranger ...County Surveyor ...... ... Jailor JOHN R. BTNOM ....Standard Keeper Co art maetf 1st Moriiv In jach month, Federal Officers. JAMES PYBAS3 ...Asesor of Internal Rcv.nu. T. O. PATRICK. Collector of Direct Taxea JAfJ. PI BASS ; Port SlutH Dr. II. BLACH ......U.S. Revenue Collector JNO. D. LS.SERY.. Agent Freedmeu'. Bureau Corporation OfHcers. LEX. RAMSEY Mayor K. O.CRAWFORD Recorder BENT. CRL5P Countable Aldermen. TT. n. TH...

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. — 12 October 1867

en in. r M. It. PAR RIS n, KDiTOa. SATURDAY, - Oct. 12, 1867 Commence in Time. Last winter we did all that we could in public print to covinee our planters that cotton was no longer king, and that the decapitated monarch, would prove a bitter pill to those who persisted ia giving up all or nearly all of their lands to its growth. Go back, if you will, and nete the cost of your bacon, your weal and flour, your gugar and coffee, your corn, hay, your potatoes and beans, your canned fruit and your butter, your lard and your clothes, your plows and your hoes, yoir trace chains and your harness, your wagons and mules and you will see that for all these and even more you paid Northern manufacturers and Northern producer- terribly exhorbitant pri" ces, simply because you were compelled to do so. .dake upyour account, seewhatone bale, five bales or t-n bales of cotton cost you 5 then see what the cotton is worth at present prices, and if you do not bring yourself out in debt the experience 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. — 12 October 1867

"f- a JLocal 1 (Fairs. St. James' Church, Eclivar, Term. r'arviess ou .very R.wday and db all the H!y Days by th RECTOR. W. C. GRAY. Thafcewr r opening Sunday Sckool ia 8,'i o'clock A x Horn Suf Service an Sunday m veuing Service on Sunday ... 3 do p M On Heir Day. 7 A an4 4.; p Bervic. twiea each Wed no J ay and Friday during Lent. g Tlx at 0 this Chuarch are ALL FREE. CHEAP DKT COOCil CHEAP DRY COOD.S CASH HOUSE. Vim bar bow la Store full line of K-JurtfcT icaxa,' XjBrr. aac Dometici, Cloamxd White Goods, Uuassets fc Flakei.s, CLOTHIKO 0 ALL KINDS. VT will h11 yoa Good Good at honest price. ' MENKEN BROTHERS, . t3 Slain Street, eur. of Court Street, Mkmi'his, Tkkn, f Hxaroia our Stock before yon bay. ept2l Km Ilailroad Time Table. TI19 trains ca the Mississippi Central Railroad pass Bolivar as follows: Kxpresa train, south. 9:30 a. m. . " " north. 10:28 a. M. Mail train, south 5 50 p m " " twrth 10:32 p. M Freight train, south 7:15 a.m. " . north- 3:45 p. m. Passengers for Memphis...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 12 October 1867

M. U. PAKIUSII. Kwtoe. SATURDAY, Oct. 12, 1S67 Infom&tioa for the People. lOriginal and Selected hy Chas. M. O'Uara, Dmggist Bolivar 1 Mange in Catlle.- -Make a wash of four ounces pjrolineous acid and one pint of water; applj daily ; at the same time, take two ounces powdered sassafras, a handful powdered charcoal, and one ounce of sulphur. -Mix well together, and divide into six parts : one to he given in the feed night and morn ing. As the mane is infectious, the cattle troubled with it should Le removed from the rest of the herd. Lice on Cattle. May be destroyed with a decoction of two ounces of lobelia seed in one quart of boiling water; let it stand and keep warm for a few hours, until the strength is extracted ; apply with a sponge. A decoc tion of cocculus indieus, niada in the same way, will answer when the lobelia seed can not be obtained. Sheep 2M-. May be destroyed w!th the decoction of lobelia seed made as above. j Colic in Cattle. Take powdered aniseed, half a teap...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 19 October 1867

Hardeman Count7 Directory. Chancery Court. JOIOJ W. HARRIS, of Smeryilla Chancel'.jr FKAXiIS FENTRLSS Ctrk and M, Court oioflto 31 M inday ia September and Slarch. Circuit Court. J- P- B'JN Judg T. B 3UIWWKLL C!erk Cart BI.U4tU Monday, in February, June and October County OfHeers. jon n. m llh. ... .Chairman County Court Clerk Dt'l.nty Clerk - Register Trnstee - Tax Collector - Sheriff Coronor Ranger ..............County Surveyor Jailor J- li. ilAKIiLS K. (;. CRAV1(IIU U. ANDERSON JOSEPH WATSON J. A. TIPKIN .. W. W. M rf'AKLEy J. II, GROVES WM. M'CKOI.LH 1. M. CRAWFORD HENRY L. I'CXCII ... JOHN R. liYNL'M.. Standard Kepar Court meets lut Monday in eacli luuiitlu I'ctferal Officers. JAMES PVBASS Aaaref Internal Kevnue T. G. PATRICK Collector of IHrect Taxe JAS. I Y HAS'S p,jSt MiStsr Dr. H. EI.ACU U.S. Revenue Collector JXO. I. rSSKRY Ajrentrreedmen-f Bureau Corporation Officers. ILEX. RAMSEY ".. Jl. G. CRAWFORD BKNT. CltI31 ."....I Mayor ...Recorder . Constable Aldermen. W. H. 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. — 19 October 1867

V 4 .' ill M. U. i'AKK!. ii. I i SATURDAY Oct. 19, 1SG7 Hardeman County Eiblo Society. The 37th anniversary meeting of this Society took place at the Presbyterian church on Sunday, 13th inst, at which time the following offices were elected for the ensu ing year: V. D. Wilkerson, precedent; .Thos. C. Jones, vice-president; J. li. IJjduid, Corresponding Secretary; J. T. drahaui, treasurer; II. S. Ilardy, John "Warren, W. T. Myers, J. A. Baker, and V. K. White, executive Committee. The following i.esolu tion, which passed unanimously , explains iUeif: Resolrcd, That the Hardeman County Hible Society approve of the action of the Executive Committee, in the appointment of J. .M. Flinn as colporteur of this Society, and that the Society assist him in his work of distribution. Article third of the Constitution of the Society provides : "All pensorn contributing any sum to its (the Society) funds shall be members for one year; Uios; contributing one dollar, or more, hhall receive (if calle...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 19 October 1867

V Local 3 Hairs. St. James' Church, Eolivar, Tenn. rervio-s on every Sunday and ou all tile Iloly Pays by the kixTok. w. c. gbay. Vhe hour f.r opening Sauday School I. 8.' o'clock A S Horning Service on Sundays in1. Evening rvervic ou Sundays 3 di F M "n II' Isy 7.1,' A M and 4', P M Services trire tfk Wednesday and Friday during Lent. JULiJ- Tire seats of this Church are ALL FKEE. Presbyterian Church. FKANi'IS 1'. Ml I.LALLY, Tailor. Service every Mabbath, at lo'i A- 51. and 7 P. 51. CJIEAP DKY GOODS! CHEAP PUT GOODS CASH HOUSE. S e Uri now ia Star full liucs of KhstlckT Jr., LlSsfTi A&O li.J-JtiTIC. CLUAKS ASU WhITK CivMjDK, Bt.ANKEIS Fl.AXMIl.S, Cl.OlJIl.SU Ob" ALL KINDS. We will 11 you Good Goods ut beuet prl. MENKEN DUOTHKIIS, 23 Main Street, cor. of C'onrt Street, M KMl'IIIS, Tknv, N. B. Examine our .Stock before you buy. sept2l Km Railroad Time Table. The trains on the Mississippi Central Railroad pass Bolivar a3 follows: Express traiu, south y.30 a. m. " " north 10:128 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. — 19 October 1867

M. U. rAEKISH. Km tor SATURDAY, - Oct. 19, 1867 Col. James S. Hull This U the name of the Warden of the irtatc prison at Nashville. He is charged with xnalefesance in office, and is now being tried before the Penitentiary Commissioners. From tha testimony taken in the ease it ap pears that Hull is a Send, a devil incarnate. H will be remembered that at the time he was placed in charge of the prison it was done by the radical rulers over the head of a gentleman that bid $175,000 more than he did. Hull is a particular pet of the Parson Governor, and a fair sample of the men of that stripe. To show our readers that Hull ia a terrible, cruel man, we give below the testimony of W. II. Ferguson, one of the many witnesses examined: A young negro girl was there as a pris oner; she was removed from the prison to Col. Hull's quarters; she remained there a ehort time; witness did not know how long he did stay there ; a fahort time afterwards she was gone and missing; witness knew of no effort ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 26 October 1867

: t i r ' V Hardeman Oount Directory. Chancery Court. JOHN W. HAItlU.S. of S-.omervillc Chancellor ritAsera fentress c.,rk Md Master Court nidoU W Monday iu .September lad March. Circuit Court. W. V. I10ND..... Jnd T. B MePOWELL C1k Court beets l. Monday, In Fbbraary. Jun! anJ October County OOccrs. JOHN 11. BU.LH -...Chairman County Court Clerk - Deputy Clerk ,. - Register .. ...Trustee Tan Collector Sheriff ........ Coroner - ......... -Ban irer '....County Suryeyor Jailor J. B. HARRIS K. (J- CRAWFORD , , B. ANDERSON JOSEPH WATSON J. A. niKIN. W. W. M cOA H LEV J. II. GROVES 4 WM. Mt'KOl.ES T. 31. CRAWFORD HENRY L. PUNCn JOHN R RTNL'M., ..... Court meets lt M-iday iu cuf.h month. .Standard Keersr rctJcr&l OHcers. JAMES PYBAS3 T. G. PATRICK... JAS. P-VBAS3 I)r. II. BLACII JN'O. I). I'.SSERY.... Assessor of Internal Revanue Collector of Direct Taxes Post Mastsr VJi. Revenue Collector Aeentlfreedmea's Bureau Corporation OKIcers. ALEX. RAMSEY .. May-r 11. C. CRAWFORD 1 .'.Recorder...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 26 October 1867

in. M. It. I'ARIUSII, Lmtor. tuhday, Oct. 20, 1S67 'ictory. What the true lovera of Ameri independenee want just now, and which hope they will pet, is u complete victory r the mad, domineering politicians and ies that have misruled the country too For years the radical leaders have ided two thirds of their supporters by e promises, misstatements and groveling k.s, that doe? and must continue to call ph a perfect avalanche of righteous indig- ion from the lips of those who arc manly nature and inculcation. Toe present ing lights of the radical party, when the : broke out, got into places of safety and fit by the Conservative, law-abiding tone t they sent forth from the capitol of the ion Then it suited them to prate of the , the constitution and the perpetuity of iederal compact, and bo earnest were y in their work, that they solemnly de- red that the war was notbein waged for rcion.- Now they claim that the .South coerced, conquered, and belongs to m, and that they have the sole rih...

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