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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 31 March 1866

t.tt " -f - -- r-- DR SAMUEL GILBERT, so celebrated aavtag ha4, T. tbe tut twent-2t rear, la (ha tnatmesl f - . Qliranic Diseases, tee Mt Iterative ijrdlcal prattle in the BoutH. has at lot oas-nt-d to allow several of hii most esteemed rerodieo to a prepared and sold at proprietary medicines. Thu resolo - Wow has ttg engendered hr the repeated aoltcitatiea of , f"e vtio baT"epenenced t.e benf!t of hte remsrkabie pro ruasional e'aill. and by the impossibility of giving eict.l at - vota to eaeh cf tbe written applications tuaUe to hi in for fcreweriyitions ty those who pecuniary eireomstancea, or us ines habits, preclude the possibility of applying la rsoa to ansa. , :: ' The. Public ..; ; ; l!ay restaasured Uist the anannfaeterers spar neither pains tier sxpensa in the preparation of these remedies. They are toads rr the Tery hat medicines known, in a aijhly eoaoaa- watvw toriu, upon sirici.;,y scicanac r-nacipie. DV SAMUEL GILBERTS ; General r. Alterative Au irtiy apon the Glands a...

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 March 1866

1 . W. H. STfTW.N.-, J:teksou. XUU. jfiVh M. 11. I'AUHISIV, t:i4ToK. 'All nmmiiiiiftlnnj 4 nr r, .c A Tor TnT'i;.-tiin ptifmli .lilrt' lilhe "lMnnr of the t(.livar Kmw 1'Mt.wii of a llu.-inesn rharriror slimil.t 1.e Aircctea' "li " .Mrsrs. Ml l.l r. ft PAHtim. l..hvir, -Tvnm-nsee.' : Klipi... Marria.w, J;,rtti and leatH ; .Aicja solicr- vtl. an4 wiil be iuaurtiMl vhke (.'HAKei'Bv SATURDAY. 'March- 81,1600 $6twpWc' Vrish to obtain, worn ub- setibcrs to this paper ami make tho foljw injr. liberal prviMitions ; To any yr.o -who ,MTd et Up a Club of ten yearly subscribers 'W'i will send the Kui.Urrls on: year free of charge ;; get up ft club of five and we -will send you the paper Jv-the period of six iiionth free of charge. Wc shall ever strive to furnish our leaders with a neat and reli able journal, and will spare no paina or ex ponas Ui xnakc it acceptable to all classes, ' " Senator Trumbull's Civil Rights Bill hag been vetoed by the President." This was tho cheering news which was...

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. — 31 March 1866

. if J I ii".; . ..... r jy Versons living in- the .villaes. and counties adj,-v:en) to liolivar would da in '.' favor ly giving us particulars of importa.nt events which way transpire, withia their knowledge, , -t .- . . ' ( St. James' Church., Bolivar, Term."- f "Services oik awry 'Sueclay and oa all th Jloly Days by the imrroa. w. c. giiay. 1 hoar f-r opening' Sunday School i...... 8,'i o'clock a M Jlorning .Service on ivundays.,.......,,..,. 10,', r.venln fiervice on hirndaya.....:...;:.....:.; 3 - do m Oa. Moly Pays .7.VJ a u and i r it Services twice each Wednesday anxi Friday during Lent. tfT The seats of this Chuarch are ALL FREE. M C. 11. It Trains leave Bolivar daily for. Grind Junction at 12 M. Returning, :lcavo Grand Junction at 2 p. '.m. ' -V At the Junction xdose connection is made with passenger and dreight trains on the southern division of the road that go through , to Canton, and there connect .with trains to and froui JS'ew .Orleans direct Time from IJolivar to Ne...

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 March 1866

" - 1 k river of Hie floweth calmly sow, For th tenpest'i rate li put ; An4 Willi rtJitt y en th elcndl ky, Wa muse en tha peril to Uti pasted hy, , T7ith s mnrmnrtd prayer to tho Fowr on fc!(b. That wa an-.hor af at luu Tba rw of tit plttile torm is e'er Sat ala. for th rki that lie, TPlilk dismantled out, ca th water out, . Taeit.aaill ail tola by tht (Mvrinj blatt ; Sad. a4 metnorie of danger pad t 'r They ata drifting, lily by. Trom tha tearful ty. froa th anga'.sh cry - And th arm onUtretehsd la rata. Ttuy are drifting away to th open a, "' Ti mcisoreicss deep of eternity. ThaVf.1l long and wary oar journey may be, Wl (hall tbm n'r agaia I Cor tb wvle tid w may smoothly glid ; : But ah I goa. forvr gon, " Ar the loving lip which oar tvi bar pressed, Tb waring hair w hare oft caressed. And tb forma w blessed ia their peaceful rest. ' Wbn tb vole can night earn cav. Though with earnest cy on tha eloudlaa ky And a prayer, dear Lord, to Thee. : Still onr Ion heart yeara and we sadl...

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 April 1866

r"i .1 rixjt. Preparations. . .jxnl r-vSin:LvGiLiii:iiT.v!c6iebv&tia as J-.aT.r.g-bad, fit the lart Ttn:j-. tj Jiuui, ia Ul irta.aii; vf .- , . - . J M.A.A.J 4 JW Surest . .-5 '. - . ' ' - - . r:. :U. ,triu- -t tha tcart )ftiT Mfrdictl PriM(!se ia tho &ut lias at Ust. nuftsti U)i.:ow aTcral f L;i tuot e-n.y-n.rU remcuieo to fe praparW tt4 So'.d aa propritry tnd1n. - Tm -restrta-'"o hu la nfGdred tr tha rptel solicitations of thusa whj, hT xurtr.d tha beaftiit of his retpM knoie nr tawW.al skill, anil rj tc impossibility of Hiring e. ecinl at tMios try (3-.ii of ie- wrltwit app4ettm ku-j to bm for f1 lfcl "mm fcy ihoa srtoese faoaninrr cwcntaaUtiiMa. tms jsata hallu, freciqda tha puuibiiitjr of applying ia parson tn The Public Ma rt irtnrcit that ti tnanufietorcrf ff are n.JitbT-Tiain or aiptns is the preparation of lime remedies. ThT ar mad of tha mrj atnixy'.tv knows), ia a. kiiilT otois trat4 fattm, iam: aciaotiaa pcincia iaa, t ' . r . , ' Dr. SAMUEL mLBERT'3 ' ' - Genera...

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 April 1866

w e all 31. IPAttlilSn. Flitm':. Ah evmniifnKntf.Httnt-n'i)' f. jmV.i.ntt'm hout. ' I" Urt4 to thm KJitvr iif ilwf lUiirar H-lMrr..V . 1," Lctut"! T'" c,.ir tc:, r nl.m.i.l .U ,li rectal H-tr AFnirfi fAljRIkM-.- IUHvmv 'riuw.'-. KeUo.1,.Uru.jt.., limit, mi1 i-inl MuticMavii'-V ti:.l. auJ Hill Vs 1u'.rrsvl k,:!v; .11 Ai:f,e. , - ' - ',' SATURDAY.- - April 7, 1S6G ; Xflnriori Vft wfslt to 'V.t.tain 'nm,-e;ub-' (jriWrtf' trt'thu jnff-r and makctlift fCllo-V-' inr libera!! proposition: "To. any Wie who will get 3i r- a Club of ten yearly eubcribcrs e will send the" Iku.cTix one year Tree of hnr'c f'ffft up-ViVclub of five and V will -en irtha j.aporjfor the. period of sis free'of i luire.'' We shall iivor strive months c i-i to furnish o'ur 'raider with a u&.Xt ah'd reli able journal, "and wUI'p'are no pains or .'ex pensajw in ike it acceptable to. all classes." '. i'Wo take 'pleasure in::announeiiig to tho people .of luirdeiuaji coiiuty that ppco luyre J the, lw eon ha administetcd...

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 April 1866

t Stttt; .;.-:S.- Z.occtl "Iffiilrs. I J?er lino- u the xhii and peuntin aujxcW ! .--?' liolivar ironlil do na a favor hr giving us particulari I t im.wiat itnu wtw may uiuir, wAuia their I 6tL paries' Ghpcli, Iblivar, Tenn, SrTloe vb. every fiandiy naTon afl "Ihe Iiolj Daii by the UEC-TOH, W. C. GRAY. Tht hour f.,r opening Sunday School ia Vs o'clock A M Naming; Service on Sundays 10; . '"yenlna furTice'on'Snnd.tra -3 6a P H i A an4 4'i F 34 &ervlce twice each Wedaesday and Friday durin Lent. The teats -A this CViuarch are ALL FREE. H-StCI jK.-;'ljra'm3;lc4ye -Bolivar, daily ; earbobs, breastpins, .j-ingFf-hattlains, thim fqr Grand,". Junction nt 3 a m. Returning, : liCSf spectacles, phi ted forks, etc. They also leave (Jrand Junction at JO a., m. . nra 'i-kl nf Wf At tho Junction close connection is male ritb passerrand. freight trains on the ! suthern dmsion'of tlie road that go through xnth eouth ) to Canton, and there connect with trams j engraving of all kind promptly exec...

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 April 1866

f "f e-H uic a erwul rrrit:r, ' And i. ay ti.iXl luve t moir" " " Tin; .fairest J tweetPK UntMmt - -..ArJ lay ticir youug Uttu'.v K'-. -. 5-.? V,'; if yon ne the r.art-clre, - Tliit il who live long tnust kirt t ' - VttiroUiA kuil ma a piiviajf &qi v w Your l.t friend and not your fo. Mine abject is pale and ohltlin jr ; Co'.), folj in my marble kij,' ' " lint St sou's the changeless pa?port ' - Tv a'wurM of rtoraal Win. r Oh '. if t bat knew, ye mother, - r 'In misery -.my stroke nij spar. ' 'Veil' Vat,,, I shouM be the wiwhsrord - - - , . Of Hue, and not despair." Congress Lus enacted that ! hereafter no Vrtrait or HUpncs cf nnj living nian shall bo enf-rcved ' or placed na any bomb or ?e curiiits or postal .currency, cf the Unite.l StattS. ' ' . Alabama lias passed a Jaw retiring a li cense for the business of selling papers not published in the State? of fifty dollars; per annum five times as much as the license for selling' papers' published in the State. This is a lu'U pro...

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 April 1866

-mTilcmph l s tcrti. im enti. f ii H; n Preparations, i V -"1R., SAMUEL rGILBERTto -celebrated harts hd, for the ltst twatT-fi yeiui, in th traitmect, f Un nUfft lncrstfre Med lord Prietic is 'thfc.Sonrt, ti.n at lart Vnsind to allow ivcrEl o In iu.-:t t-stsdined remetlieo to V pMPMwi d old m proiiriTt-lry rriediciues. Tiiin wsoirt- oa bu besn enjrentlored br the repented s.lioitation of the who hr exjrsrxnsud lL fef.nefitof his Teiua-rkuble pro- lunonu siu, stid by the ltni os.iil.iinj- of givimr especial nt , Vsntin taa&cli ef t!, written ftr-pllcfctio" us.l to him fur , rr1rioni by tSiaM lnjs peoi.pr4!irTHmKlancct, or bus- lass to.u, jirtcluuo tk pos;luntr.of kj.j1iog la person to BIB- The Public Mly rutMriTi lhat th nmnufictdreri spare noithr paini or sipsnse m th preparation of these remedies. They are j snd at tit Try brt medicines known, in a highly coccea rs4 fot:nru, in ftrictJy scientifig principle. " - Dr. SAMUEL GILBERT'S : ....'" ...... ! jAaenerai .Alterative . AsU...

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 April 1866

M. U. rAIiRISII, Ei.it.jc. . All ommn!cVt"n h.t.r.J..i r r pnMtcatfon auould te ad-Jr.ie.i lo the K-i it.r of tba lluiinir Kullntin." -N LnlteM. of a Hii-ncs ohkrier Ebnuld be directed hehs'.ou. .Mrr:RR, I.irtii and Deih Nuiu.es aolici and Fill Lo ms'-ried t hkk cr charoic. 'SATURDAY. -.April 14, 1SG0 ; . -otici; To wi-h to obtain jnoro sub ' pcribers to tliU rupi-r atid make the fullow ' intf libcj-al propositions: To any one who . . will Ql up a Club of ten Yearly subscribers we Will send the 1Ji;li.eiTn one ycurTrfcc of charge; ret up a club of live and we will ; tend you the paper for the period of six months free of charge. We shall ever strive to furnish our raiders with a neat and reli able journal, and will epare no pains or ex pense to make it acceptable to all classes. One Other Hope. The Civil lights Kill, recently vetoed by '.President Jjbnson because of its unconsti tutional and usurping nature, has been pas ' eed over his veto-power by the requisite two thirds vote in ...

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 April 1866

r V- '.:: TTi tit r -viv.nl mm sotal .IfTairs. t liolirar woull do us a far.jr by giving ua particular Of important ITiati Tihicli may transpire tfiibiii their kca-wlixlj. - Ct. James' Church, Bolivar, Tena. Strlc 01 ttsr; Simd.t od oa all tlie Iloly Dayj hy the " RECTO R. W. O. GRAY. TL Lfr opaoing Sunday School U. &' o'clock a M Moruloj StrTic on Saadar lo,' Erasing 8rTic oa 3auJar..: 3 - - do r M " On He! Djr ..... 7,S A M awl 4 p M &rvlta twic each Wadaaaday and 1'riday during Lent. Th I6U of thi Ciuareh ars ALL FREE. M. C. It. It. -Trains leave Bolivar daily ' for Grand Junction at 8 am. Returning, leave Grand Junction at 10 a. m. . .". At the Junction close connection is made with passenger and freight trains on the southern division cf the toad that go through to Canton, and there conn-jet with trains to and from New Orlcan3 direct Time from Bolivar to .New Orleans", 33 hours. " Connection i3 also made with trains on the Memphis and Charleston road runnin" east and we...

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 April 1866

Aai fettles on the be&rt. And Want fcad wretolwiiie ,ppM Tj crush and vroaai the tender rxirt , fiope eomes to uson oida wings. .. A(V whiajwrs of elfetUl thing. ... Atfcl wbon tlie mini gravrs grim and jrj . , With motaorles put an4 gone. And ia th futare sisae ho raj - . T woo ud wia tu on, -1 "Then hope, the guxdiaa Btar of light, WIU drlvS away the shades of night. . , . NVheii doomed to roam the world aline. . . Without ft friend to cheer, ' Vnloved, nnpitied and unknown, la spirit cruahed od sear, - ' Kop leavesher bright and daitling throae . - . To point as to ft better horn. rVLea wronged by those w love the bet, , And treated with disdain. We weip, and sigh to be at rest From grief, remorse, and pain ; Then hope sweet minister of heaven Bids ns forgive and be forgiven. , When maliee, like ft heinous sprite, "Wonld rob ns of our name, And crush ng down and strive to Hight With infamy and shame, Hope, like the faded, blighted rose. Keturna but sweetness for the blows. " ...

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 April 1866

-i i i-i. . .. If ' pr .'Tc-rliil e.&3.: r J r : a. ;o'i:r-: l.-j if. J y 1 ,7 r, DR.. 3AMUKL- GILBERT, f celebrated ' i.tit,j ; he-: ,'tjt the Uet twenty- C.s jtwi iathe treauneril --.'. -.-'.. t i- - . '- . - Ohronic Diseases, i i - -iMntd w !w vcr.l tt hi iu"t r--:r--:i:-.eiI remr-dic-o t y-t iiV a-rrrar4 e,:d s,,!ds vroprietory inedieiirtw. This -resolution 1...S ievn engenci-red hy the rapes'.ed-eoIicULt:,-n3 of thoM bo have expert-iced he benefit of hie reaur'niuin ir -eional skill, and It the imtossihilitv of eivia w - .t.fiti Jo each of the rwrktea applications. ratie . hun fr irscrir-tion by thu wbxse t-eruuiary eirciiinsinc.is. ,r fcus- ina LkUts, ft:u the p-es-Uiuv ol a'-flying isrwa to ..- j :-;..... . - - ' --- '--:'" The Public May reet assnrt-t Hit the manufacturers spire neither feint nre-iM is !b pretrticirof there Tuitd:. They are rr.a.i t.f very bat medicine known, in a highlv coocen- -mw ivcjn, QpL,a etrictiv.soioiinuy cnnclM. ' 'Ui tl ;KL .- ' - .D.SAJIUKL- ...

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 April 1866

I gofer "UnUcitu. 31. K. PAKIMSU, l'i.iTOk. . t..-:A U cmnrntiniva 'f-frs 'ipt-Til'.' 1 f.r poV "ii.-Aiicn rhouid 1 I.e. n-i.-ae.i u tb Mitor of t. t'...tivar Hulkt,n." i.e.'.u-rs of a. r.i?n-jt r!iarfl-r.T should directed Kaligiou. Marring. lUrth aul lieaih N otive solid - 1i, and will bo inserted intt or iiak.:k. SATURDAY. April 21, 1SQ6 XoTicn Wc wish to obtain more sub scribers to this paper ami make the fullow ipjT liberal propositions: To any'one who "will pet up a Club of ten yearly subscribers We will tend the IJum.ktin one year free of charge; get up a 'club of five and wc will iend you the paper for the 'period of six months free of charge. We shall ever strive to furnish our readers with n, neat and reli able journal, and will spare no pains or ex pense to make it acceptable to all classes. Dissolution. The Co-partnership heretofore existing under the firin-narne, and Btyle of Miller fc l'arrish is this day dissolved by mutual con 6enL' The Hoi.ivau Bclleux will hereafter...

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. — 21 April 1866

Z,ocal 17 airs. JS romons living in tlin Tulr.jres iind counties uMsisent to hullvar would do u a fivor t fciviup ua prucuiara vt iu-poriaat ereut which, may trninpiro within tinur knvwl&ttge, - bcric ea '.- Saodav and ou nil t!i Ilulr Days br the RECTI til. XV. C. CKAY. Tht hr for opening Sunday Schwl U o'clock : Morning Sarrio on Sanday lo- ETniOj5 Prio on Suudajf. . ,A. 3 T -fl., : p jj 'I 0 Bel tj .'..: m and i'-p ji 8TTiotj twic each Wednctday and Friday during Lent. ff3 The lean of this Ulmarch are ALL F'REK. IL C. li. It. -Trams leave ;Bo!ivar daily ' for Grand Junction at 8 a m. Returning leave Grand Junction at 10 a. m. ' At tho Junction close connection is made with ;pasenger and freight-trains on the southern divi dion of the road that go through to Canton, and there connect with trajna to and from New Orleans direct Time . . from . Bolrvar to New Orleans,' .33 "hours. Connection is also made with trains on the Memphis and Charleston road running east und west of the ...

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 April 1866

les of tha .soul tha' ia-' terpt'fer of thought, feci: n 7 aal character. In that tiny hb'L, eo:nwe.lou"ly eet Leiuath the Bhelterin;; brow, may i3 roiid tho etrttrjjo volume of human life, "with its varied phrases .ttiul vioi-iitu ios, its hop'"1", ita jcrio.fi, its .faith, ita fears, its hi:ih resolves?, its bftoe do in3, its noble endeavor, and its uiJt and crime. - In thia of the soul this ti-nriK- parent loue of human lifo, so curiously wrought with - 1c i 1 1 divine ; po delicate, it oould bo crushed beneath your finger tip?; bo Bngitive, a -mote miirht destroy it; so email yon, could -pack itwilliinthe compass of your tLimbl-v iu this sptrit-z'asa are pirns and rcvtflarions, histories and prophecies that ,- leap to our vision with' the rapidity and snd senns?s of. electric fire, di-idosin.2; soul-pictures and heart secrets which tonguo - or pen could not revenl. ; liow wonderful this maaic lamp that re ; veals the spirit of life ! What fetran.ire forma and fancies mount to vi...

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 April 1866

m v.. r - its. , r ri mrUt Vd, far lie Ust valT-6vs la tha tfauu ; Olircnic Diseases, , li reeve?! Medical Preetie la tn aantn. mi t Ifct mud toii-w !cral cf !.! tunrt. tt-it-J r-mejieo to rrsrd at 4 !4 f r . -letnry niajicim. This resola tiw h V.h ar r o!-4 tv tne repeated snlieitetions of 'vx t - i;r a ! rld lha benefit f nur rxiaar kb pro . " n jal sii.i. a4 tf the Jn.i-iibiluy of giving especial M i.; .. t tarh of (h wrieti arr!,tcl'on tnw:a tohira lor i for.pti'" by thtx hose fMunirycirtorotHKs, er baft , u jrs,lds the i.6uiij ai-plTtaf in person to Ths Public . Jlar rsetssseraj that ths msnafaetarars spare'ne'ther T-aina r ftie 13 the rrarsratinn of :h eTJdi. They are ' "niiif the very t meatcines kown. io h.ga! cuaceB " InM lata, npea Krirtly aciBU&o riaaipiM. . D.! SAMUEL G 1LBEKTS V' : ; ; General Alterative 'Tt ti-41rTTOT,e'' tt0'in4 Mnem Mtmtnnrt itlra- f flinlr!tii i-m S (:"-rult;nsf Flnidt the nn1 ICrTeta f aad in llorhid I 2I&U n. nd txpel in thm through th Ski...

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. — 28 April 1866

i ! 4 v 1 p ! t' 30 a) ":. A' ! C-.T.-, tii-. ;. ........4 . - v :;.St? "! '' Bsflitrt ehrx.t?r t''ult Us direct- la, aa .li I.; .1Syriai hec t;- C3ikit. 1 hailed with joy ani delight, for onco more they arc on the Christian's mission, und wo. hope to sec their doiolited temple rebuilt" and hear His word preached from the place that is now a silent witness to the useless and uncalled for destruction that was visited upon tho citizens of Bolivar during the late war. i The ITine EiUs. of the Civil Ekht-j bill over Notice. -Wo v.l:-.h to obtain lacr 9.':j-- the President's veto, is bit ens of a eeriea to this paper t-nd inako tho. follow- f Measures before Conirrcss, which the rad in liocral j.rcpobubns :. To any one who 1 nrrtr;: i r, t?nnnU T will pet up a Club of ton j early ?utecrijcr.-i ,a , FrPJ ' wc will send tho Uou.etij: one year freo 'off fcouUern F'nbi ic Hatter itself that this par- rarrft:- tret un a elnb -.f . nn.l w rti'l tieuiar bill, bad ai it 13. is the worst. rrwu v....

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 April 1866

t V I Local S flairs. " " Pron 1inf in the Tillage and counties it'ijaceoi t UoiiTW would dn u ft fYor by giving us ps.rticiilri it ii porta u itcaii which la a transpire within their .St. James dmrch,. Bolivar, Tenn. BtriM B ?rr 6anJy tnJ oa ftll li Hoi Da;i bjr the SECTOR. W. C. GRAY. Th ttou f-JT opening S'laaij School U.. . 6' i o'clock A K fltoralj Strriea on Sanda. ............. II; J ir X?tilcj Bsri ea Soniiyi,.. .... -3 do . p m Bel Dy 7i a m ud 4'i p m frrrlet IwiM-aaeh Wdadj ui Friday during Lent. B3 Th U of thi Chimrch ra ALL FREE. rv, ' M. C. II. II. Trains leave Bolivar daily for Grand Junction at Sail- Returning, leava Grand Junction at 10J a. m. At tha Junction close connection 13 made with passenger and freight train3 on tho southern division of the road that go through to Canton, and there connect with trains , . to and .from New Drlaana direct. Time 'from Bolivar to New Orleans, 33 hours. ...Connection is also iaada with trains on the Memphis and Charleston road ru...

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 April 1866

I Domestic Tradition. The following ei traordinarj domestic tradition is extracted from a new book which is much talked of in Europe. ' The Duke of Alba. The Lroth-cr-ia-law of Napoleon 111. is a ehoit, little raan who has something icy about hia wholo manner. Small and veak, his face dispLays an alabaster hue, which gives hita a ghostly aspact. In Spain the story is current, that tho duke W39 buried before he was born. When . hia mother was enciente with him, ahe was taken eo desperately ill that all the uttempts to reetore her remained fruitless. The duchess died far from Madrid, at a chateau which had always been her favorite residence, fc'he was buried in the family vault ; and, as it is the custom of the Sps.nish nobility, several valuables, ataon others her rin.c, were put into the cofiiin. The trea cures which had been left to oblivian with the ductieea aroused the cupidity of some ruffians ; they broke into the vault on the night following the funeral, robbed the dead woman,...

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