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The Bolivar Bulletin.
Hugh Williams, Editor.
Friday, Feeruary 5, 1904.
William C. Whitney, ex-secretary
of the Navy under Cleveland,
die J in New York Tuesday.
Some of the politicians are for I
McMillin, but the people are for
Bate. The people are right, es
pecially so in this instance.
A. B. Pjckett, editor and owner
of the Evening Scimitar, died Mon
day. His death i not only a great
loss to the profession, but also to
the city of Memphis, whose welfare
he always sought to advance.
To show how devoted the old
soldiers are to Senator Bate, one
said to us this week that he would
vote against his brother for the
legislature unless he promised to
support Senator Bate for reelection.
True the price of cotton is ninh
er than it has been in many y.jars,
but who can tell what the next crop
will bring? Better think twice be
fore you put the farm and fence
corners both in cotton. Raise
Since the davs of Henry Clsy the
people of Kentucky have ben agi
tated over the erection of a new
Capitol building, Louisville, Lex
ington and Frank frrt 3!1 striving
for the location. The matter va
definitely settled Iat Thursday
when the legislature ia-ed a bill,
appropriating rnia million dollars
for that purpose, teiecif Frank
fort as the site. In celebration of
the event the citizens of Frankfoi t
fired cannons, run bells and at
night illuminated the skies with
State Commissioner of Agricul
ture Lee, of Louisiana, recentl de
livered an address before the Truck
Grower's Association at Shreve
port, in which S iiid: "The rain
ing of early vegetables him- f.
for Northern markets, where t-hip
ping facilities and oilier co- ditioiis
are favorable, is an inviting f'nld.
and holds out the promise of mo-t
profitable results. It diver!uVs our
crops and puts money in our p ick.
ets at a season of the yer when
money is usually scarce. It frees
us from the slavery oT s t ! crup
sjslem, and en ib":e v -,.n ii
comforts and education for om t.in -il
ies. It brings in its wake the can
ning factory and other diversified
industries, ci eating bucket brigades,
increasing the wealth and power of
a community; it promotes immigra
tion, increases population and tax
able values, all of which is helpful
to the farmer and the community."
Manila, February 1. Gov. Luke
E. Wright and Vice-Gov. Henry C.
Ide were inaugura'ed to day.
There was an imposing demonstra
tion, including a brilliant m 'iiary
pageant, about 3,000 troops being
in line. After the oath of office
Gov. Wright delivered his inaugu
ral address. It was a straightfor
ward speech, dealing with the .Most
important interests of the ilmds.
Gov. Wright invited attentions to
the improvements that had Leen ac
complished in the Philippines under
American rule, and declared his in
tentiou of adhering to the principles
of the Taft administration. He
urged Americans to establish cor
dial personal and uusincss relations
with the Filipinos, who must con
stitute their chief customers. In
conclusion Gov. Wright a-ked for
the sympathetic co operation of all
classes, to whom, he said, were as
sured equal opportunities for ad
vancement. One Convention.
Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 3.
Members of the Stale Dem
ocratic committee arc arriving
for the meeting tomorrow,
. when the date of the State
convention will he fixed. It
is not likely that more than
one convention will be held.
This will select delegates to
St. Louis, nominate candi
dates for governor, railroad
commissioner and possibly
other State offices.
Watterson on Bryan.
What has Mr. Bryan been
rioin the past ten years?,
rn.;.. .i 4. e i 1.-
j-iich ciuveiii iixiiiii nun aiwmisL ne wefp" in ine irue-
hi lnt younjr member of Con-
By a" series of acci
dents, culminating in a camp
meeting furore at Chicago he
was snatched from obscurity
and whirled heels over head
into the party leadership. It
need not be .denied that he
made a most attractive figure,
ready of tongue, resonant of
voice, captivating of pres
ence. Yet, he lost the bat
tle of Concede it no
fault of his. lie was young,
ardent, and he did his best.
But at this point he began to
show his lack of capacity for
true leadership. He persist
ed in the refusal in l!K)0 to
revise the line of 189(5, and
lost the second battle by a
yet greater majority than the
lirst. He made no effort to
reunite the party. He rather
repelled peacemaking. Ail
tli s while, however he was
feathering his own nest, as
the saying hath it. lie start
ed unknown and poor. He
ts now rich and famous. lie
started professing the equali
ty of all. He now sets up
for a lordly dictator. But
yesterday the party was
everything. To day it is
nothing. lie it is who is
Yet as a patriot, what sac
rifices lias he made? As a
(it-u i;! I, wha.t victoms h;:s
It is not aloix' that,
rn 'D at in pt'eaelil r r
one bad eve
before he tp
:.ears in th cni.ii t -ti ugling
vi;h a widow for the great
rr put i-f lit-r hu-b -inn's -s
ta?e the will and -ttteiidan'
documents prepared by him
self in bis own house the
testator not n relation, not
even an old frit nd but it is
given out, and nil tb" "it
cunistances innicate, that he
is n);kinjf common cau-e
.villi aeaudidate who will sip
r-'ir n - fo'-r- - the next Dein
-ciatic Xationii! (3on venti-m
lit i-1 ally loaded do-vn wi'l
gold, his sole, entire strength
derivable f I o m the lavish iw
We would do ?ir. 15' van
no wrong. We do not p r
s; nally know hi m . Assin ed-
we have no )r judic- ag-tin-t
him l)ieuui lnuf the lifl'ei-
f'e?iCi-S iu'i 'A'l't'n 11 - W fo
lowed him to certain defeat
in 1 .)()() Willingly we
would follow him again if he
Mtibi offer the pn'v any as
surance of integrity and vie
tory. We judge him solely
on his record as it has been
published to the woild. In
our opinion it will not stain!
He voterl agiinst Crisp
for Speaker of the House, al
leging .that, Crisp, hrving
linen a Confederate soldi r,
such a vote nitg'ht cost him
his own ree ecti; n to Con
gress; vet, willy-nilly, the
party must continue to ad-ipt.
ih Bryan policies and follow
the Bryan leadership with
out considering the electi n
returns, or paying any re
gaid whatever to the con sc.
He. has blackli-led every
Oemociat th.- las: (i -e e ts
who has shown any vitality,
di.-p!ad any power of win
tiing" votes, from Rolla Wells
in .Missonri to Anbur Ooi-
tnati in Matvlami. and willlinu 'lii; uh
te only sat i-tied with sonn
u nkno vn uant i ty i return
ably Mr. Heaist to In
named by himself.
He is being used, and he('"x & :,r; ,iul ) &
will continue to be used, i,y -
the Republicans ns their best
exhibit; to divide and confuse
democrats; to stimulate and
embolden the grafters; to
make the need d diversion
everywhere deemed indispen
sable to the re-election of
Roosevelt Jltld lie leixls llim llruixe.. kin Emoti.o.s :eot I'd. -self
to tlit'-e tist;. hy th-'ovv- -5ii Cox & CoV Drug S o-e
litq- Mlin-elt nitothe l)re;icli, !
I 1 II AT T T
tMlC'veil ' Mr. lle:irs
lion, to lem;tnl li's own su
preni;icv and the cofitinuniiro
of polici -s liotot iou.sl v nre-
doomed to defeat.
Y 1. itl' thi-i wliile. Mr
Bryan is not forgetting eit her
s money interest as the
owner of a newspaper which
lives on his candidacy alone
and his lecture business
which can only flourish
i i .1.
ground of national affairs.
Xo party lender, from Henry
Clay to James Or. lilame,
ever thought of making such
draughts upon the popular
credulity. No puty leader
ever thought of setting up
such an autocracy. It is
either. it can only be either,
instantly or thrift.; but is it
possible that, without any
other rhyme, or reason ex
cept the Faith Cure, it has
power to lure into its sup
port any sane Democrat who
loves his country and his
party, and preserves in him
self the least spirit of man
hood, or pride of opinion?
God he p the- party and
God help the country if the
answer to Mr. Biyan's ex
actions be not instantaneous,
universal and overwhelming
Courier Journal, Jan. oUtli.
Wanted One energetic young or
middle aged man to sell Singer Sew
ii.g Machines and collect accounts in
this section. Good contract to right
man. Apply to Singer Mfg Co .
Tendency of the Times.
The tendency of medical science
is toward preventive mea-ures
The best thought of the world
t)eiiiir crjven to the suljc . It !
e.-tsier and l-etl'r to prevent than i
cure. It has t een fully dr-nnin.-trat
'i I ha l pneij tin mi ia, one of the ruosi
I eigcn u- diseases- that medical niei
Slave hi contend with, tan be pre
Vi nied b the use of (Jliamoer lai
Uoii'i. ll-nnily. Pneumonia al-
v;u restili- trojii a cold or from an
tliHck of i ll !- . i i p) , and it ha
!i'fn obs.-ivid ih.it this renied'
om ter ,ri s an . ; n e'iey of then,
d sr.tfs tow.ird jiim'ii in : in. Thi
ll s been lull town in mi"
hoiis mo- ?j! c:i. s in which lli'
M'llicl Irf ln-e'i lis; il dliricj ' :
Zf' ft pivv li iM-i- of c Id" rt'ni ii i
in recent ears, :ii.d i-iii be lei
'ipini with iiuplicit (" ti lenf
Piieuiconi t fien r suits finm
slight cold wlii-ii no ill' i;i r is ai-
orei ended nut !l it -
sud ienl', d
fever and d . Hi
;overe i lii 1' th re I-
ti!t tri bre::rii? if -1 lulus in tit
i-titst, then it i- an niiii need that, tn
olM lit h is j.iu '.-rnii. i l l!e en H
sife side rind ik-- Cll illlb-'l lain
i 1 1 a 1 1 ' i i -1 n . i
' 'ih-Ji ;is I In' i'iO
is eonlr u-,1 1 It il is eures I',
-ale li ('.i & : Bolivar; Bii:
tfc Aidrid:- Smistnirv.
Efcttw Than Gold
I was! i onh:eil tor vi r.t!
wth ehronie indim'siion atnl tie
vms iU bilit ." writes F .1 (ir
ol L o.eii' it. X. If. "No li-no--'
I !.! me (I t i I I II -i in ns
Ei c'lii: Bi teis, which did
iiore tood ih i l ail the mdiciio'
ever used They have also k p
my wife in excellent health fo
ear-. She says Flectric Bittei
are j.ut splendid for female iroubl. -that
they are a izrand tonic and i
vibrator for weak, inn down tn
men. No ther nit dieine can tak
its tilace in our family."
Try tlu'in. Only oOc. Satisfactio
guaranteed b Cox & Co.
All Eyes Oa St Louis.
The eyen of all the world will u ;
turned toward St. Louis during tin j
year 1904 Everybody will want to!
tret, from first han la, the newn !
ttii trreate.-t World's Fiir which tie ,
world h;n ever een. Our readei
are advised, ther-fure, to KuliHCrilif
for the greatect St Louis uewspa
per a newspaper which acknowledg
es no rqua! or rival in all the West,
and which stands in the front rank
anions the ureal newspapers of the
world. Sulieri b for the ST.
LOUIS GLOISE DEVIOCUAT and
get all. the news of i he World's
Fair, all the news of the national
eampaign. ami all the news of all
Hi- enrth See 'advertisement ele
wh i e in ihi is-ue.
A Mother's Recommandation
I h ive ieed (;h linh.-rlain's
C' uh 11 iii!' i for a uiuiiiti'i- ot
i ai aini h i' s oiit-it e cv in sn-
the l i s rem 'dy for
- ii ii Ii edits a.d croup I have ever
usivi in my fami'v. I hie no
.vord.s n i-xpes m coi.fi lence in
tilt I: IIM.-d. Mus J A MoiUiB
Nortti Sar, I ichioa'i For s-i!e t
Nearly Forfeits His Life
A runawas almot eridi ig fatallv.
started a honihle ulcer on the fa
of .1. i Oimr. Frankli'i (Jiove. Il'
For four ears it defie t all doci m
and lerne ucj. lint Uu klcn'
Arnica Silv' hi! no troiihtg locn;
h'tn. Ku iillx ooil for lite r -
One was jile and sillow and th
iilicr fr.'-h ind rosy. Whence th.
difffiei.i ? S-ir- wno i l!ushi'"-
w'' hahh i-- I)r Km's N
L'r' p,,i" "
1V 1! HI
Iv aro;iiir ih ;nz- oiam id
eot:iel ;ood tipnon mul Iihh-I
coi tipation Tr tie in. O Ii J5
at Cox & CV.
- Letter List.
Unelaimed letters remaining; in
Bolivar, Hardeman County,
mi , I'ostotnee, tcb 1, 1D04:
Mi-s Lillie Andt isoti.
Airs. Eddie Campbell.
Mrs. Elizibeth Curry.
Fr ink (4arren.
Miss JesMe llairis.
Mr. Anderxjn Harris.
M is, C. I lolmau.
Mis Mollie J..hnson.
Miss B.-tt'e J. .nes.
T.'in Li'ejh ini.
J-iiu - Mi-tJ muliey.
Mis T. nnesxie McKinuie.
W M. Miller.
J.uk Neely.. .
I N Xolin.
M E Parker.
Divi.i P,.lk, E-q.
V . sU v Itansum.
T P So burr (3)
b iler Thomas.
T E W.Ison (care A. J Mile) )
Lent Will banks.
You Know what You are Taking
When jou.take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle
showing that it is simply Irou and
Quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure, no pay. 50c.
The scratch of a pin may caus
the loss of a limb or even deu
when blood poisoning results from
the injury. All danger of this maj
he avoided, however, by promptK
;!!'.pb i"g 'Chamberlain's Pain Balm
It is an antiseptic and ii ck healing
liniment for cuts, bruises and bum-.
For sale bv Cox & Co , Bolivai;
iaile tfc A!dridt?e, Saulsbury
i You may have had Liver or
Kidney troubles of a most serious
nature for years and knownothin?
5 of it. Study your symptoms
a a headache isn't just a headache
?i look for the cause, Same way
ijj with constipation, puffs under
m the eyes, pallor, headache, dizzi
J ness, swollen hands and feet,
i nervousness, depression, and high
3 colored urine.
You Lave Uver or Kidney
troubles dela is dangerous.
But do not despair, we offer you
a sure, snfe and speedy cure In
lr. II. Ie Lean's Iiver
i and Kidney Halm thee JJ
1 -At Your Druggist's
3 If he doesn't sell it. Bend tis
d l nflnnd his name, and we will
I'lCIUIU. HllLO IVi UUUIUb I
t j c it R
THE OR. J. II. IMclEAN MEDICINE CO. K
St. Louis. Mo.
cM Iiaaaa! FPirE $igprB cottle. maw
r s I !
If yoang1 men only knew the pleasure and benefit
derived from an out-of-door life they would provide
themselves with a reliable FIKEAUM and enjoy a
grrand sport. We make a large and varied line of
RIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOTGUNS
Ran iii (j in price from
$2.50 to $150.00
Sold by all dealers. Our catalog should he in
the hards of ever; one interested in SHOOT
1G. Send for a copj.
J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co.,
P. O. BOX 3515
CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS.
No one who contemplates the purchase
Y of anything that jewelers sell should 3
f:l a I -A en B
an iu 3cnu at once ior our new ran
This book puts the service of our
store at the disposal of buyers anywhere
ia the South. It makes it possible to
select from a .stock that includes the
entire range of jewelers wares and enables
you to buy with satisfaction and saving.
Our catalogue is a book of 102 large
pages each page a superb half-tone
engraving from photographs of the
goods. It presents with fidelity the
latest and best products of more than
E It has been prepared with special
reference to the needs of Southern buyers.
Yi'e are Southerners; we believe we under
stand the wants of our people, and our
success is evidence that effort to provide
exceptional service is appreciated.
Write to-day for catalogue.
GEO. T. BRODXAX, Inc.,
Jewelers and Diamond Importers,
h ( J A RtUAQte REKCOY FO DiMAftE Of Tm 3 1
JACOB KAHN, President
Hardeman County Savings Bank.
. ajCAPITAL, $60,000.00
JN0. V. WRIGHT. Cashier.
! Bolivar, Tennessee.
A. Foster, J. M. Avenl, J. A. Barrett, R. M. Redfearn. G. A. Black, Jr , E. L Boyle,
A. S Anderson, D. M. McAnulty, J S. Falls, Felix Pope, J J. Neely, Juo. V. Wright,
Jacob Kahu, S. II Jones, II. C. Wilkinson.
MmniacU a 4mnetal c$anhiii6 auiincSS.
imavind IftccauiU. if lien tiou mill to
when you wiih to Sell a Jfote, or when you wffli to Sorrow Jiion
ey tall on id. ikift Safety jbtccauiion uied for jbtoieciion of
fundi ununited to ui.
Tcke Laxaiive isromo smnme Tablets. &
Upvpii MITTIon boxes scld In Mt 12 months. ThlS Sl?natlir
G. T. INGRAM, President.
State Depository x
Will luy riMit notes ami other notes, stocks, lond-i ami other negotiable fieeuiities.
Money t( lo an on rea-ouulili' ti'itn on approveil personal securilj', collateral and
- 1 1 -fit :l 1
It i our aim to afford our
uuH;a. :utd to look catrfullv after the interests of all our puttons.
A inability of Hirst ek is ovvnd anl iheBank is trout rolled ly hotm huines men.
We h ive a fire iro f lri k vault, in wh eh re have a solid seel safe, with steel
' o riv chest, with 'tinn lock attachment
Metniier of the A meriean Banker' and of the Tennessee Bankers' "Associations.
Tusnied aj:iin-t f u jjlary.
Special attention given to collection- und icmittances made prompt ly at lowest rates
YOUR .YINIC UsINI-:s OLICITKD.
DIRECTORS G. T. Ingram,
Mitchell, W- C. Dorion-
has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One end a Half Million
bottles. Does this record of merit appeal to you? No Cure, No Pay. 50c
Enclosed with every bottle is a Ten Cent package of Groves Black Root Liver PLQs.
It's not sentiment that makes the most successful
shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells. It's
the results thev give. It's their entire reliahility.
a evenness of pattern and uniform shooting. Winchester
a "Leader" shells, loaded with smokeless powder, are the
best shells on the market. Winchester "Kepenter
shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in prHe
hut not in quality. Winchester "New Rival" "Mack
powder shells are the favorite Mack powder load on
the maiket on account of their shooting a,d reloading
qualities. Try either of these bi-mds and you'll be
well t.leased. They are THE SHELLS THE
II AMPIONS SHOOT.
you have headaches, tongue is
stipated, bad taste in the mouth ?
not all of these symptoms,
then some of them? It's
any or all
annetite and soints
Fcsr 20 Years Hss Led sll Vorn Rsr.sdiss.
BOTjD 13 "X" Alili
OlA BY COX
Lour huiineii Solicited.
T Cure a CoM In One Iay
W. C. D0RI0N, Cashier.
Oiipitsxl Stock Isiia in,
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
depositors every c n eniiuice
H. W. Tate, W. T Anderson, G M.
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
Your appetite is poor,
your heart flutters,"
coated, bad breath, bowels con
containinsr &o mineral or
narcotic poisons. It will correct
symptoms, make your health,
erood. At drusrgrists, bu cents.
Most in Quan u;r. Btin Quality.
JAMSS F. OALLARD. St. E.OUIS.
J. M. AVENT, Vice-President
L. M. LEE, Cashier.
Grand Junction, Tenn.
Wnlevctt ha id
in Two Days.
SjCTJXr? DOX, 2SC
JN0. L. MITCHELL, Ass't Cashier.
for the transaction of their I
Savage, Jno. P Douglas, Jno. L
This signature ia on every box f the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine T&bieu
the remedy that cares a cold In one dy
1. C. It It. TIME TABLE.
li Effective Sunday, Jan. 3, 1904.
1 ; Xo. South. Nj.
.1 50 p.m.
I 5 ..........6.12 p.m. 22....
: 23 8.22 a.m. 24...
i 95 local 3.35 a.m. 96 local
H. P WILSON. Agt
WHITE ton LARGE
CALL WHEN IN THE CITY.
J. N. MULFOEXJ, Jeweler
To Cure a Cold in one Day.
Take Lnxative Broino Qui line Tab
lets All lruiriiits refund the mon
vy if it fails to cure E W Grove's
signature is on each box. 25c.
Nothing has ever equalled it,
Nothing can ever surpass it.
O I Ui and ci 'ST
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back if it fails. Trial Bottles fre.
f ill mi ill I ill ! nil 1 1