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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bolivar bulletin. — 5 May 1866

J Tent is . Xt; rrr i&cii i e a Is, ''Preparations; " . . DK. SAMUEL G HUBERT, so celebrated j ' M having hm4, fit the last tweuty-five Tears, is the treatment Ciironic Diseases, this mott foerattv Medfeal Fractleo In the Smith, hag at la.it BDtel to allow aevcra.1 of Ihs most esteemed remedieo to le pr-pared end told as proprietary medicln-s. This resolu tion hat bees engendered j the repeated solicitation! of tJaoaa vh have experienced tu benefit of hie remarkable pro feeeiooej tkill. en.i by the impoeaibility of giving especial at tention each of tbe vrrittea applications made to him fur rtioripttom by thoM whose pocuuiary crcnmataiieee, or bue uuae kaaita, preelode the possibility of applying ia person to blot. Tho Public May raat aseured that the mannfartnrere fpare neither paint not expense in tha preparation of these remedies. They are nv'e of aha Terr beat mtii-ine known, in a Inghiy 'ooucea traled form, npon ttrietly eoientino principles. ; .".v. d. samuel' gilberts. Ge...

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. — 5 May 1866

Salter' aIhIMit. M. R. PAREIsn. Edito. All ccrtumaoi-itlon Intended f.r publicatioa ehould he addrwed to the "Editor ef the lloliyar Bulietio." Z3- Letters of a Quiinen character should be directed to " Meson. Parbxsh k Co., Bolivar. Teaaesse. Religions, Marring. Eirth a ad Death Notices solici ted, aad will he iaserted rEK or cuiict. SATURDAY Hay 5, 18G8 Kotics. We wish to obtain more sab criber3 to this paper and make tha follow ing liberal propositions : To any one who will pet up a Club of ten yearly subscribers we will send tho Bulletin' one year frea of charge ; get up a club of five and wo will send you the paper for the period of six months free of charge. We shall ever strive to furnish our readers with a neat and reli able journal, and will eparo no pains or ex pense to mako it acceptable to all classes. Ovek-Rated. There seems to be a great deal of speculation put forth concerning the .mount of cotton that the South will pro duce this year; and so far aa we have seen all ...

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 May 1866

gofer -Jlht. Local 1 Hairs. J?3 Paraoaa lining in the Tillages and counties aij-eoi ta ItuiiTar would do o a favor lv irivinn ui partioulara vf important cau which may ' traaspira wi'.hiu Iheir knawledgs. St Janes Church, Bolivar, Tenn. PcrTlf q Trr Sunday and on. all tha Holy Iav by the BECTOK. Vf. C. GRAY. Tha hoar for opening Sanday School ii gi- o'clock A X Mornisg Sortlce on Sundays .. lyw W l o - U.J jiriHioy sr-rTicv on 3uuuaya., .. 3 (j0 p g j in-iy jiji... t:t A M and 4', p X 8arric( twloa aach Wdaedar and Friday during Lent, afar Th leaU of thia Chuarch are ALL FREE. M. C. 11. R. Trains leave Bolivar daily for Grand Junction at 8 a u Returning, leave Grand Junction at 10 J a. m. At the Junction close connection is made with passenger and freight trains on the southern division of the road that go through to Canton, and there connect with trains to and from New Orleans direct Time from Bolivar to New Orleans, 33 hours. Connection is also made with trains on the Memphis and ...

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. — 5 May 1866

Eocal Advertisements. JTIeinpMS Advertisements. JTZzznphls'.. ; Silver I isemen Is. i JTlem ph is Ad vert isements. Jlcmjih i s Sdvcrl istm cuts. i The Twin Brothers: A. T2rB STORY OF TUST SIEGE OF PORT HCDSOX. It ia isaid that fact is etranzer than fiction. How true thia is, is exemplified in the fol . lowing true story of two Lrothera, twins, which occured during the memorable siee of Port Hudson. Passing, one day, through the streets of that little town, we noticed two corpses lying upon the gallery of the carpenter's shop, awaiting their turn for the boxes dignified with the title of coffins, to consign them to their last resting place. They were bodies of tall stature, etout and "well built, betokening this hardy backwoods men of the southwest. Over the face of each wa3 thrown a cloth, through which the blood was oozing, showing that they had re ceived their death wounds through the head. It was no uncommon sight during the eeige to see death in every form, from the body pierce...

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 May 1866

- 1 1 v t : I' 'i Te CO xu hi ap 71f ih ii is Idvcrt i s i fit s. Preparations, ' ' PR; SAMUFX ClLBKUIso oidrWd . Vi hating had, f-r tho last t eutv-fiy 5"t-V, lu the fwat-.uent - - : -: ' - '- l , Ciironic Diseases, ' the most lucrative Medicai TVau-tt in the South, "haa ftt l.i-fc. ". i iM1 tn mlo ml tt ht rnoftC wHtHr -rm:! btt rrpretl and ik11 im proprkttnry mwU- toei, Tfuj retoia tiau has been nffnderei r-y tcie rt-p-iitj4 licit;ti.ittn of tti(iA who bitve experience-! the ben fit of his rmarkaMe lto fio& kttl, ni hy U iinpsihilitv tT(f rVinc f5jmiet . t4 ntion to each if tU tiUea ttpj4n;.ti.iDi md vhitu for , jieterijtion by ttma he j.rrM n irv cir'iini -.tan:e, or Ima-ir.-ss habits, i-reoluUe the iKWiibilituf applying ia person to. The Public Ay trt ajurd that, tbe manuf u;twif ara neither ps.ins Bor xpnt in the preparation of tiiese reunidiei. Tiiey are . Btad rtf tiia. very Ldt medicines know n, jn a highly anwii tirated fvria, upon trictly scicntiuc l-nuc: p',s. ( ! Dr...

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 May 1866

Solitmr G5 M.'R. PARRIsn, tiiToa. VS- AH communication Intended for publication should Ij addressed to the. "Editor of the Bolivar Bulletin." t.Dj- Letters or a BatineM character should be directed to - Messrs. TAKEign A. Co.. Iiallvar, Tennessee. 43- Religions, Merria-c, Birth and Death It oiices solici ts!, and will be inserted rKEK o CHARGE. SATURDAY. -Hay 12, 18G0 Notice. We wish to Obtain more sub scribers to this paper and make the follow ing liberal propositions : To tiny one -who will get up a Club of ten yearly sub?crib8 vfc will send the Hitlletdt one year free of cnarpe; get up a club ot tve and we will send you the paper for the' period of six months free of charge.' We shall ever strive to furnish our readers with a neat and reli able journal, and will spare no pains or ex pense to make it acceptable to all classes. A Noble Work. Aa will be seen from an article printed in another column of this paper, the suggestion offered by the Bulle tin a few weeks eince has been ac...

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 May 1866

1 4- n 1 j. In i? f uWmxf Juliet at. Local l,Talrs. f-jr Penosi lWing in the Tillages and oonnties adiaeenj to BoilTar would d us a faro ly giving; us particular! or important events nhici may transpire witaia. their anwleg. St. James' Churchy Bolivar, Term. Service on every Sunday and oa all the Holy Dstj by the fcECTQH. C. QSAY. , The hour for opening Sunday School is 8.' o'clock a M Morn lag Service on Sundays ..... loi ' Evening SerTiee on Sunday 3 do r M On Hily Day ......TV, a m and Vs p M Service twice each Wedaesday and JFriday daring Lent. MST The eau of thi Cbuarch are ALL FREE. IL C. R. R. Trains leave Bolivar daily for Grand Junction at 8 a sr. Returning, leave Grand Junction at 10 a. m.. At tho Junction close connection is made with passenger and freight train's' ori tho southern divisiftn of the road that go throngh to Canton, and there connect with trains to and from New Orleans direct Time from Bolivar to . New Orleans, 33 hours. Connection is also mads with trains o...

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 May 1866

The Wealth and Poverty of Oar Siates- ' .7 l Tinea." ' ' " ' Dan Jefferson died comparatively poor. In deed, if Congress had not purchased his li lr:ir.'.l aYid aiven for it five times its raloe, ho would with difficulty have kept the wolf recently been on a circus tour through the Irom his door. , .. Sfcate9 late ia rebellion, and haa had op- Madison eaved Tanner, and was coinpara- '. ' riaM.vinr .. , , ,1 . f r i Dortumtiea ouered to but Few lor observing i ve v ncn. -. in au i i i siutmuciiuntivi, i or ratlK-r that of lib widow, Congress pur chased his manuscript papers, and paid for them 30,000. James Monroe, the sixth President, died so poor that his remains found a resting place through the charity of one of his friend. They remain in a cemetery in School street,. but no. monument marks the snot -,liorft thov renose. ; John Quincey Adams left some $50,000 the result of industry, prudence and in heritance, lie was a man of method and economy. ' Martin V:in "Riiren died very ric...

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 May 1866

lJemp7its .Idveri Istmetits. Preparations, DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, eo celebrated M Laving had, for the last tweety-Jlve yean, in the treatment Glironic Diseases, the meet lucrative Modloal Practice ia tbe Sooth, hat at last vontenteJ to allow is t oral of h1a most esteemed remedieo to r-e prepared and sold a proprietary medicines. Thia reaola t!on bus been engendered bv tbe repeated solicitations of those who have experienced the benefit nf bit remarkable pro fessional kill, and by the Impossibility of riving espc-ial at tention to eafch of the written applications id tide to him for prescriptions by thus whose pecouiarT oircuiEstaocoa, or bns habits, preolude the possibility of applying in person to 1.1m. The PuWic Slay rest anred that the manufacturers spare neither faint nor expense in the preparation of these remedies. They are made of tiie very bent medicines known, in a highly concen trated farm, upon strictly scieutina principles. Dr. SAMUEL GILBERT'S General Alterative Als direc...

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 May 1866

n cllunr gnllctm. t. AM camuiuiiiiX 'u na ii.l :-.iuVd fur publication sh.jv.'i le a lii-j t.-, the " Ediwr of the ilolivtr Bullet. i." Lev-era nf a Ilunnesi (.hnract jr shoull l; dircvte-1 t " MvJj. I'akhiui .t Co., X! V.imr. Tennee:. t 3- Ttc'.iKi-.us, Mv.-risfff, Birth .nid Death Uotieei o'.it,'. tf.l, r.nd will be inserted runs OF" naiiCE. SATURDAY. - May 19, 1S0G I'pois the l.ieinory of tlic b'outLern Li-ares wlu oiTrcl '' their lives as a willing sacri fice upon the ft tar of liberty, we, their sur- tlie moro rnisin tribute of a siIt. Vv'a thoull erect the stately cenotaph, uivl rear the enduring monument in commemoration f their glorious deeds, that those who come sifter us in;iy Le vcmiruled thai-, t'.iou.'i they 1.-st the field though their cflbrts to seer.ro for the country they loved so well a rjace union -f the nations of tlie earth proved un availing yet, the people who held the same faith they did were not unmindful of their devotion to the principles of civil and re l...

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 May 1866

A ' 1 1 ; V A Perfni living in (ho Til'ej.'i end counties a tjcocnj to Bolivar would tio us a favor .- iv;n as pMUcuiars lirpormut events vui-iii a" truiir w;;aia their St. Janes' Church, L'oliv&r,-Tenn.- Ssrryssi ou every Sunday tud Da &'.! tr.s ii Aj VuriXjj t:.e ' t v , REi'Tjlt, v.c.tixx. , Tti hoar tut or.eninj binday 3:a-ol ij.;.... 6 i o clock A ii , Woti$ Sarv: on sjunja rja- , J tvening S.rvicaoa aauiay,...-...........-....- do' f u Ob UCy Djys . t?..7;-i A u aud 4 ; i m Scrvij'.j t-xica e?.:'i v. tJati.'.a ana TrA? during Lsot. j M. C. R. II.- Train? leave Dolivar dail fur (5 rand Junction at Sam. Upturn? rw leave Grand Junction at 10 j .v." St. c' i la it resting place-marked by two takes At the Junction' cl-tsrt 'connection is made I and just on enough land unmarked by the with passenger and freight- trains on the pjow fur ai3 pour shot body to lie in. Com southern division of the road tb it ?o through . 1 11 to Canton, and there connect with trains ment unnecess...

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 May 1866

The Pjinola Star eays that a fiend by the name of Campbell, Co. G. 13th (U. S.) Ten nessee Cavalry ia the person who murdered Gea'l John H. Morgan, and that too, after that gallant officer had surrendered. The Star says: "Can't this fiend in human shape be ferretted out by the proper authori ties and hung, as all murderers deserve ? Is murder in this, " the best Government the world ever saw," to be permitted to pas9 un noticed? To match off all hid villainy, Brigadier General A. C. Gillem, of the U. S. Army, is said to have promoted said Camp bell to a, lieutenancy for his bravery. Neith er of the above named accomplices in this affair would fight a fair fight if they could cut the throat of their adversary on the sly. A brave emotion never entered their breasts. " The Emperor Maximilian -was born on the Cth of July, 1S32, and is therefore now ia his thirty-fourth year, lie is the brother of the present Emperor of Austria, and on the 27th of July, 1S57, was married at Brussels to t...

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 May 1866

L' JtScmph is tc' vert fc tit r 11 fs. Dr. sAirieJEii 2i2r:nT-a Preparations. PR SAMUEL GILBERT, m celebrated baring bad, for tin last t eoty-D r rears, in tli. treatment, Chronic Diseases, th tr.oit Iticrative Medical Prt in the Sii.th, hn nt Lt consented toailow sever! of h' iinl f!!MMin'1 vs-mfiito t fc prl'Hrid iitl fl .lU projit iutArr ii mines. Thi.i redu ticn hull teen enjreiid-r.'d Lv the r-- t '! snla-iuv-'Htn of thorn who have exp'.-rh-rKei tlie k ri c f hn remarkab'e fio f?sionaI skill, and fcy the iT.rsibil'.'T "f riving especial at tention to each of the written apphfai ions tn-f ie tn hint i-r frescripthms hy thie hofc j'crn;itry cirtumai mcea. or bus iest habiu, preclude tlm jMai.bi-iity of Mp" ia iroa to The Public Hay Teit ntsnred thet t-ie manurictnrers !f ar neitr rains or expedite ia the preparation of thuc i efHK-ii- . They are a.adsnf the very bct ineduiiip known, in a highlj concen trated form, upon strict! icientilic priucipfe. Dr. SAMUEL GILBERT'S, General 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. — 26 May 1866

V- r H Ml I .a ' -' - .. . I .. . -- m. n. r.vur.iiii. ei-itor. ATUEDAY. May 20, 1SG0 The South Expects Every Han. to do hi 3 Duty. Our conJiticn a a people who have fallen uiuior the ban of the government u ruler "which we live, may seem too hard tobehorne, but notwithstanding Ave should not permit ourselves to give way to dc?pf or let the reiaombranco of wrongs paralize our ener iiios. Thouirh the present is overcast with C (. A. wuiiibre clouds and perplexing doubt3, yet tve fchdiil 1 remember that how dark no ever the cloud which overshadows us like a spirit of wrath, the silver lining is there to cheer the heart and fascinate the gaze of the bt. holder; that how tempestuous so ever the night, how dark its frown, it is merely the prologue of a dawn as radiant and lively as ever "won the admiration of Nature's v.'or f-hipera. The v,-ar-cloud has passed away like a dream of the morning, leaving ruin and desolation wherever it cast its balefal shadow?, and ours is now the task to r...

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. — 26 May 1866

li I? v y Balimir bulletin. 7 dn!?J. jrt: "W. G. Brooks ia tho duly accred ited Agent for this Taper. "Ya anpcnl below tin nruaos of tho con tributors to the inoinr.ncnt to be erected to the memory of those gallant epirlta who ind lost their lives in defense cf what thev be- j lievcd to be r:,j;ht ui tin ta leavor to rescue ineir coumr, nom toe k.a-( o, n-unj ana opprcaiion. uar poopia ar3 coining up to ; their duty in this regard with cominondable zeal, and we tak pleasuro in rording so j gratifying a fnt. It speak "like aa;eU trumpct-tongucd" in their fivor; and it can ; not but b ; a hourec ot gratuicat i :i to every one wh ) h.k.s pride in Oi l Hardeman, to fo tho liberality of her citizens in the matter tinder con.-d Icrati jn. Lot the bill be kept rolling. r. r ?f -X jii .1 II ii 1: 11 a UiHy n-. M Wi'ia'iur 10 o. 'J o" A T M -N -:0 in o !." oo V J l-iritm ... 1) oi 1' t J..:i( I m .1 r IJ'lul.'ip 10 i.o Jl'i l'Ttk Tl L'3;rv J I'vNt-y I- H IN J ! V t'enwicK .1 JIM' I'.l K,'m I...

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. — 26 May 1866

Hiscellaneori3 Iteras. Thero arc about twenty Ropublican jour nal in Pennsylvania vrho are supporting with vigor find fiTect the restoration policy of President Johnson. The pardon of Brigadier General D, II. Cooper, ex-rebel of Arkansas, was signed by the P resident on the recommendation of persons high in position in the government. The tableaux and concert given at Jack eon, on the 3d and 4th inst., for the benefit of maimed rebel soldiers, netted seventeen hundred dollars, including private subscriptions. W. E. Pral), of Knoxvilie, baa invented a cotton-picking machine, which found 80 much favor with the Boston capitalists and manufactures that they have purchashed tne patent George Ward, the oldest Odd Fellow in the world, and one of the signers of the rirt "dispensation" to America, died at Preston, England, recently, after half cen tury's connection with the order.. The cellar population of New York is es timated at 16.1KX) souls; those in tenement houses at 403,000. In Bosto...

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. — 2 June 1866

7 JSetujhis ltErertiscntettts. Dr. GILBERT'S Preparations. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, so celebrated . ' having bd, for tha last t eoty-flye jear, in the treatment Chronic Diseases, th mnst Inerativ Mdtral Practice in the Pot Iiai at last connnted to Ailow several of hxm meat etemed medico to prepared and '.dd proprivtnry iu-itciues. This resolu tion hh4 he en engendered ty the repeated solicitation of those who have experienced the hen) fit of his remarkable pro fesstonal ekul, aoa by the impossibility of jrTvirt especial at tention to each of tha written applications tutu to him for prescription by those whose pecuniary circumstances, or hu tneas tabiUp preclude the possibility of applying in person to hiia. The Public Alay raat assured that the tnscufacturcrs srare noitlier pams nor expense in the preparation of these remedies. They are made of the very b.at ineiicinei known, in a highly cone ti trated form, upon strictly scientific principles. Dr. SAMUEL GILBERT'S General Alterative Aot...

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. — 2 June 1866

rV 1 1 VIXY M. II. PAERISH, Edito. 7JATUItDA'Y. - - June 2, 13GQ Trade with Hemphls. liecently, we have had our attention call ed to the fact that a large amount of cotton was bcin shipped from this point to New Orleans, instead of Ita going to Memphis, the natural outlet and former mart for all cotton produced in this section of country, Lcini, aa it were, at our very door. The rea son why cotton is shipped from this point to Xew Orleans is obviously thia : Ever eince the opening of the past season, cotton quo tations have been, for middlings, from 6 to S cents higher in New Orleans than in ilem j.hia. Why thia is, many persona do not fully understand. It is natural to suppose that producers are partial to outfcide figures, and will send their cotton to the point where tiiey are likely to get those figures. Ab we understand it, the quotations are given in Memphis clear of all incidental expenses, while iu New Orleans, quotations are given with a long list of per centages attached, ...

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. — 2 June 1866

Isoatl A Hairs. V. 3. Brooks i3 the duly acered- ited Agent for this Paper. Weather and Chops. the first pmrt cf the present week tlie coldest nights ever known in this latitude for the season of the year, was experienced. We have heard it specially remarked by citizens who have resided here for the y.a&t twenty-five or thirty years, that the past Spring has been the most remarkably wet one that they have ever known. In consequence of this, great dam age ha9 teen done to wheat, the rust making its appearance in many cf the finest fields. The cold weather referred to, has injured the cotton plant to some extent, to what decree, however, it is impossible to determine as yet. We hear of complaiuta respecting the rava ges of the cut worms; though the furain of these destructive little creatures is prin cipally confined to the garden pots ; in con nection with thin, we would remark that we have heard it asserted by those who are en titled to credence, that elder leaves are an effectu...

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. — 2 June 1866

Brick Pcrneroy's Second Letter to i Bill Arp. ! Dul you hear any tiling .ir.ip up this way? Sometlmi lownT1i man at thither eii'I of the Twhuj bti7r..pXrcat IJul.itist oku u me nippie vr.13 clear. Aliat cap moans business! It la some ways to the other end of the avenue whjre the vultures have gathered to feat upon the corpse so ter ribly mangled ; but. the man at the other end of the avenue has a quick eye, a cool brain, a stea iy nerve-, and his run" is read v. lust you sit down behind a stamp like, and keep cool. It 13 d d aggravating to ! Keep cool in a tight, but you must do it. The report of that cap whistlod from Maine to Minnesota, and several millions of true sports men are ready to load fur the mn at the other end of the avenue to fire. And teU your folks there to keep still to plant their corn, cotton, riee and suar cane. iive them good advice, Hill Help them smooth down the hillock, and level the eod ver the graves where so many of your bravo b.oys and our brave boys are ...

Publication Title: Bolivar Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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