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The Bolivar Bulletin.
Hugh Williams, Editor.
Friday, November n, 1904.
It wasn't Hardeman's fault.
One consolation we won't hav
to listen to any more speeches soon.
Tue South, God bless her, re
mains trie to principle and white
Democuats never lose courage or
desert principle on account of de
feat, but they get develish tired of
being beaten so often.
And Grant Matthews will hand
out Congressman Patterson's mail
matter for the next two jears if
he holds his job in the Memphis
The wicked republicans will hold
the reigns of government for four
more years. The pace at which
they are driving, however, will
eventually cause their defeat.
Sweeping Victory for Re
The national election Tues
day was the greatest republi
can land-slide in the history
of the country.
Parker and Davis carried
the following States: Ala
bama, Arkansas, Florida,
Georgia, Kentucky, Louisi
ana, Mississippi, jSorth Car
olina, South Carolina, Ten
nessee, Texas and Virginia.
The balance of the country
went for Roosevelt and Fair
banks, with the exception of
Missouri and Maryland, both
of which are doubtful.
In Tennessee Frazier de
feated Littleton for Governor
by a reduced plurality.
Eight democratic Congress
men were re-elected and the
Legislature is safely dem
ocratic, which .insures Sen
ator Bate's re-election.
It seems the amendments
to the State Constitution
have beer? defeated.
LIGHT VOTE, BUT INCREASED
The following are the un
official returns from the elec
tion held Tuesday in Harde
man County. The list is in
complete and no doubt con
tains many errors. We will
publish the official vote in
tabulated form next week.
Grand Junction Democratic
Electors 96, Republican Electors
116, Frazier 92, Littleton 116, Pat
terson 54, Matthews 130, Carter 96,
Hillhouae 118, Gill 90, Deming 91,
Musgrove 120, Euloe 89, Poston
Hickory Valley D emocralic
Electors 107, Republican Electors
01. Frazier 106, Littleton 91, Pat
terson J.05, Matthews 91, Carter
107, Ilillhouse 91, Gill 107, Dem-
ing 107, Musgrove 91, Enloe 107,
New Castle Democratic Electors
45, Republican Electors 0, Frazier
45, Littleton 0, Patterson 45, Mat
thews 0, Carter 45, Ilillhouse 0,
Gill 45, Deming 45, Musgrove 0,
Enloe 45, Poston 0.
Whiteville Democratic Electors
198, Republican Electors 16, Fra
zier 205, Littleton 20, Patterson
205, Matthews 23, Carter 203,
Ilillhouse 19, Gill 207, Deming
199,xMusgrove 21, Enloe 210, Pos
Caruther's Democratic Electors
53, Republican Electors 99, Frazier
Littleton 99, Patterson 53,
Matthews 99, Carter 53, Ilillhouse
, Gill 53, Deming 53, Margrove
99, Enloe 53, Poston 99.
Bolivar Democratic Electors
63, Republican Electors 61, Fra
zier 163; Littleton 61, Patterson
69, Matthews 33, Carter 175,
illhouse 41, Gill 170, Deming
165, Musgrove 38, Enloe 1C5, Post-
Ussery's Democratic Electors
2, Republican Electors 28, Frazier
Littleton 28, Patterson 22,
Matthews 28, Carter 22, Ilillhouse
28, Gill 22, Deming 22, Musgrove
28, -Enloe 22, Poston 28.
Fortune's Democratic Electors
35, Republican Electors 47, Frazier
35, Littleton 47, Patterson 35,
Matthews 47, Carter 35, Ilillhouse
47, Gill 35, Deming 35, Musgrove
47, Enloe 35, Poston 47.
Van Buren Democratic Electors
45, Republican Electors 31, Frazier
45, Littleton 31, Patterson 45,
Matthews 31, Carter 45, Ilillhouse
31, Gill 45, Deming 45, Musgrove
31, Enloe 45, Poston 31.
Middletoh Democratic Electors
133, Republican Electors 50, Fra
zier 133, Littleton 50, Patterson
133, Matthews 50, Carter 133, Ilill
house 50, Gill 133, Deming 133,
Musgrove 50, Enloe 133, Poston
Crainesville Democratic Elect
ors 69, Republican Electors 32,
Frazier 06, Littleton 32, Patterson
64, Matthews 32, Carter 64, Ilill
house 34, Gill 66, Deming 66,
Musgrove 32, Enloe 66, Poston 32.
.Nuckolls' Democratic Electors
79, Republican Electors 42, Frazier
79, Littleton 42, Patterson 79,
Matthews 42, Carter 79, Ilillhouse
42, Gill 79, Deming 79, Musgrove
42, Enloe 79, Poston 42.
Toone Democratic Electors 94,
Republican Electors 73, Frazier 83,
Littleton92, Patteisou 85, Matthews
80, Carter 81, Ilillhouse 80, Gill 80,
Deming 91, Musgrove 81, Enloe 81,
Cloverport Democratic Electors
53, Republican Electors 1, Frazier
53, Littleton 1, Patterson 53, Mat
thews 1, Carter 53, Ilillhouse 1,
Gill 53, Deming 53, Musgrove 1,
Enloe 53, Poston 1.
Teague Democratic Electors 39,
Republican Electors 22, Frazier 42,
Littleton 22, Patterson 39, Mat
thews 22, Carter 39, Ilillhouse 22,
Gill 39, Deming 39, Musgrove 22,
Enloe 39, Poston 22.
Hollywood Democratic Electors
67, Republican Electors 45, Frazier
67, Littleton 45, Patterson 67,
Matthews 45, Carter 67, Ilillhouse
45, Gill 67, Deming 67, Musgrove
45, Euloe 67, Poston 45.
Howell's Democratic Electors
57, Republican Electors 0, Frazier
57, Littleton 0, Patterson 57, Mat
thews 0, Carter 57, Ilillhouse 0,
Gill 57, Deming 57, Musgrove 0,
Enloe 57, Poston 0.
Pine Top Democratic Electors
93, Republican Electors 3, Frazier
98, Littleton 3, Patterson 98, Mat
thews 3, Carter 98, Ilillhouse " 3,
Gill 98, Deming 98, Musgrove 3,
Enloe 93, Poston 3.
Middleburg Democratic Elect
ors 26, Republican Electors 56,
Frazier 26, Littleton 57, Patterson
26, Matthews 57, Carter 26, Ilill
house 57, Gill 26, Deming 26, Mus
grove 57, Euloe 20, Poston 57.
PATTERSON WINS IN A
From the moment when
the first echo of the elections
began whispering over the
hills of Hardeman County, it
was manifested that in the
Congressional race in the
Tenth District of Tennessee,
Hon. Malcolm R. Patterson
had won in a walk, leading
the Democratic ticket by a
wide margin and to spare.
There was never at any
moment, from the inception
of the campaign, even the
slightest doubt in the mind
of anyone as to the result of
this particular race. There
were plenty of betters upon
the chances of the Republi
can candidate for President,
and not a few were willing
to risk their cash upon the
success of Hon. Jesse little
ton, for Governor of Tennes
see. Some members of the
Legislative ticket were re
garded as standing some
chance of defeat, but there
was no one, not even among
the most sanguine and bigot-
ed of the Republican party,
who ventured the prediction.
that their imported candidate The good people of the C. M. E.
for Congress would come Church held a Rally on November
within Sight of the goal on Gth and raised 1G5.58. Our con
the home Stretch. ; gregation is email in "numbers but
The result Of the race IS great in the faith. Tiey are true
the mofC gratifying to Mr. and faithful to their pastor. May
Patterson and his friends be- the blessing of God remain upon
CiWiseofthe attempt which! them. J. T. Strayiiorjt, Pastor.
some of his political enemies!
had made' to make capital! For Sale,
against him out of his private', Two hunared acre8 of lantl about
business affairs. It registers two miles southeast of Whiteville.
conclusively the verdict of ; Terms, one third cash, balance on
the people of the Tenth Coil-!li,De witb interest. For informa-
gressional District in iavor of i
a man who has the courajre
of his convictions and dares
to stand alone if convinced
that he is doing right.
The best authenticated re
turns at the hour of goingjo
press give Mr. Patterson a
majority in the district of
about 10,0oo. This is dis
tributed among' the four
counties of the district as fol
lows: Tipton County gives
Patterson l,ooo majority;
Fayette County gives him
2,ooo majority; Hardeman
County gives him 7oo ma
jority, and his majority in
Shelby County is in the
neighborhood of 5,ooo.
Gockran Will Start Inquiry.
New York, Nov. 6. Iu an ad
dress in which he assailed the an
swer of Pret-ident Roosevelt as the
most shameful confession in the
history of nations, W. Bourke Cock
ran, at Miner's Bowery Theater to
night, declared that he will intro
duce a resolution at the next session
of Congress to investigate the
whole subject of campaign contri
butions to all national parties.
"The short sestdon will not be
forty-eight hours old" he declared,
"beforel shall introduce a resolution
calling for the appoiutment of a
non partisan commission, with the
Chief Justice of the United States
at its head, if possible, to examine
into the whole use of mouey in the
national campaigns of both the
great parties and all parties; to
open the books; to investigate the
source of such contributions and to
ascertain why they were thus made.
"I declare to ycu a law on that
subject will soon become a part of
the statute law of this country. It
will be ' passed and approved, for
the cynical acknowledgment of the
President has caused such a pro
found senument ot horror and ap
prehension over the whole subject
that no party and no President will
dare to oppose it. The President's
letter iu that, respect has been of
good to the country at large. How
ever much we may stand appalled at
its confessions, we know that for
the first time the subject is fairly
and bluntly presented to the people."
Mother of Vico Presidents.
Indiinapolis seems likely to re
tain her political f-ime; she still con
tinue to furnit-h eamHlates for the
presidential ticket. Peihaps no
city outt-iJe the capital is more
closely interwoven with. the l.itoiy
of American political life. The
fact is recalled that for many yearc,
with scarcely a break in the record,
this city has furnished at least one
representative on one of the national
tickets. First it was Schuyler Col
fax, who was on the ticket with
Abraham Lincolu. Next came Hen
dricks, who mado the run with Sara
uel J . Tilden, then came William
II. Euylih, who appeared in con
junction with Gen. Hancock, In.
dianapolis continued to supply
material for each successive cam
paign until Benjamin Harrison came
upon the scene, being successful in
his first contest and unsuccessful in
his second. Now, in 1904, this
cityepmes again to the front, giving
a representative to the Republican
national ticket ia the person of Sen
ator Charles Warren Fairbanks.
Fine Chrysanthemums 50 cents
per dozen. Fancy baskets with two
dozen Mums $1.25.
Cumberland lelephoneNo. 149.
Mrs. R. E. Rose, i
Hickory Valley, Tenn.
A Runaway Bicycle, !
Terminated with an ugly, cut on
he leer of J. B. Orner. Franklin
Grove, 111. It developed, a stubborn
; ulcer unyielding to doctors aud rem
'ediesfor four years. Then Buck
len's Arnica Salve cured. It's just
as good for Barns, Scalds, Skin
Eruptions and Piles. 25c at Cox
f.f" lu "uuu JJ1UD "U1U
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Carelessness is responsible for
many a railway wreck and the same1
causes are making human wrecks of
sufferers from Throat and Lung
troubles. But educe the advent of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds,, even
the worst cases (tan be cured, and
hopeless resignation i no longer
necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg, of
Dorchester, Mass., is one of many
wLose life was saved by Dr. King's
New Discovery. - Thio great reme
dy is guaranteed for all Throat and
Lung diseases by Cox & Co., Drug
gists. Price 50c, and $1.00. Trial
B. II. Moss use It. E. Rose vs. J.
C. Culver. Before D. W. Mo
Anuhy, Justice of the Peace for
Hardeman Coumy, Tennessee.
In this cause it appears by affida
vit that the defendant, J. C. Cul
ver, ib justly indebted to plaintiff,
and is a non-residen of the state,
so that the ordinary process of law
cannot be served on him; and an
original attachment having been
levied cn his property and returned
to me, it is therefore ordered that
publicalio 1 be made in the Bolivar
Bulletin, a newspaper published
in the town of Bolivar, Term., for
four consecutive weeks, command
ing the said J. C Culver to appear
before me at my office in Hickory
Valley, Tt-nn., on the 10th flay ol
December, 1904, and make defense
to said suit, or. it will be proceeded
I). W. McANULTY, J. P.
This Nov. 5, 1901.
Non -Resident Notice.
Ferguson, Holmes & Co. vs. J. C.
Culver. Before D. W. McAnul
ty, Justice of the Peace for Har
deman County, Tennessee.
In "this cause it appears l y affida
vit that the defendant, J. C. Culver,
is justly indebted to the plaintiffs,
and is a m n resident of the state,
so that the ordinary process of law
cannot be' served on him; and an
ei initial attachment having bei n
levied on his property and returned
to me, it therefore ordered that
publication be made iu the Bolivar
Bulletin, a newspaper published
iu the town of Bolivar, Tin-j., for
four consecutive weeks, command
ing the said J. C. Culver to appear
before me at my otlice i?i Iliskory
Valby, Tenn.,"u the lOlh day of
December, 1904, and mike defense
to sail suit, or it will lv proceeded
I). W. McANULTY, J. P.
This Nov. 5, 1904.
your time trotting around
town on the mint for some
thing better. You'll find
nothing better than the goods
we offer. .
knows no peer. We aim to
please you in every particu
w. j. mm & soi.
Served in any style day
ot night. Families sup'
Also Hot Chocolate.
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G. T. INGRAM, President.
0iitfi,l Stock Xfria in, 30,000.
Pays Interest on Time Deposits h m The Oldest Bank in the County
Has steel safety deposit boxes for rent for protection of valuable papers.
Call and see them. Solicits your banking business. AVill, take good care
. of your account and cheerfully grant you all accommodations consistent
with good banking. Notes bought and money loaned. AVe have a fire
proof vault; best steel safe; carry burglary insurance and are prepared to
transact your business to your satisfaction.
Members American Bankers' Association
and Tennessee Bankers' Associations
DEPOSITORY OF" TI1K STAT JT .OF TENNESSEE
DIRECTORS G. T. Ingram, H. W. Tate, W. T. Anderson, G. M. Savage, Jno.P. Douglas, Jno. L.
Mitchell, W. C. Dorion.
There is nothing just as good for
Malari, Chills and Fever as Dr.
Mendenhall's Chill and Fever Cure.
Take it as a general tonic aud at ail
tinTes ia place of quinine. ' If it
fails to give satisfaction mail" the
frout of the rartoa J. C. Meuden-
hall, Evansviile, Iud., and get your
Lang Brott., Druggiata, Paducah,
Kv., write: "We ell more of Dr.
Mendenhall's Chill and Fever Cure
than all other remedies combined,
having retailed over TOO bottles in
one season. The physicians here
prescribe it and persons who once
use it will have no other."
Health is absolutely, if constipa
tion be present. Many serious
cases of liver and kidney complaint,'
have fcprung from neglected consti
pation. Such a deplorable contri
tion is unnecessary. There is a
cure for it.- Herbine will speedily
remedy matters. C. A. Lindsay,
P. M., Bronson,-Fla., writes, heb.
12, 1902: "Having tried Herbine, f
I find it a fine medicine for consti
pation." 50c bottle at Cox & CoV
Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwater,
Ivans., writes: 'My- husband I y j
sick for three months. The doc
tors said be had quick consumption.
We procured a bottle of Ballard's
Horehound Syrup, and it cured him.
That was t-ix- years ago." Since then
we have always kept a bottle in the
house. We cannot do withont it.
For coughs and colds it has no
fqual." 25c, 50c, 1.00 at Cox &
1 1. h! '
The Value of
The ouly Sewing Machine that
does not fall in any point.
Rotary Motion and Ball Bearings.
The lightest running machine
in the world.
For sale by
Bolivar, 1zi n
who vim fsn a.l I p .f-l wi'.h thn
him choice cnnn'S L l:jr.r-v I n,
are poftluvol i
Stevens RificG, PisiclG
hTa been aJopfed la prf rrrn to tSl
OLher Uis wttui ruuita J
. IJon't T:
AkYonroer,Ea Brd o. n, ..slrmt,
thn, let ka--"', ,w. ;stotU .or?
receipt of price. to p iy postv.
which we Till be piescd to taer.jr J-
dreas nprn reqnt. Address -i"riric.icp U
J. Stevens Aras &; Tool Co.
P. O. Box 3095,
CHICOPEZ FALLS, MASS.
There i nhfoint.-lr rift- - i t tan t .
"STEVIiSll" t-CTln-i'l 1 i L.-.-aiua -V.1
made I-Il.t. lr1 f .r uicjrr--"- - I . .''jvli
. c i .-in - . ... . ti.at v ' -' .
W. C. D0RI0N, Cashier.
It'9 10 to 1 you do if you
f.-v1-iy of malaria.
ifr Dos"i Do It. It's
We'll luTmit it -will euro malaria, but it 1
clmofc deadly cftcr effects.
is purely veretablo and absolutely guaranteed
to euro xralariri, sick Jieadache, biliousness,
ana ad stcmaeh, kidney
50 Cents sx BoltSe.
For filo lv
CHILL and FEVER
(TIii3 Picture oa Every Bottle)
Cures Chills, Pavers. Malaria. Bilious
Jiesa. Tike it as a Geneial Tonio and at aU.
times in place of Quinine. Breaks tip Coughs,
Colds and LaGrippe. NO CTJEE. NO VJlTL
Sole Owner Evansville. Indiana
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Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
ex. louis, mo.
For Sale by COX & CO.
Best Liniment on Earth.
Henry D. Baldwin, bupt
Water Works, Shullsburg,
writes: ,4I have tried many kinds
of liniment, but I have never re
ceived much benefit until I used
Ballard's Snow Liniment for rheuma
tism and nains. I think it the best
at Cox & Co's.
1 Hat rack, 2 large show cases, 1
upright show case, Lot rubber hose,
1 moving picture machine, 8-10 gal
lon stone jugs, 1 carboy, 12 email
heating stoves, 1 billiard table with
balls, cues, counters and rack, 1
pool table with balls, cues, counters
and racks, 1 large stone water cooler,
1 two horse wagon, 2 bed steads, 1
lot mattresses, 1 lot pillows, 1 two
horse plow, 1 horse plow, 1 corn
planter, 1 tobacco cutter, 1 croquet
set, 2 cisar cutters and lighters, 3
pictures and frames, 3 gasoline j
lamps, 1 farm bell, 1 lawn mower,
2 counter scales, lv platform scales,
1 cotton scales, 1 horse mill, 3
Rochester lamps, 1 pump, 1 patent
coal oil tank, 2 large ice cream
All the, above will be sold very
Y. T- ANDERSON.
gS THE GUifliSTEED
JN0. L. MITCHELL, Ass't Cashier.
TZ sr-"- m
are a victim
wss. f m . C
and liver complain!
TO - DAY
I. Jl. BISHOP,
At 1 orney-at-Ln w,
CfSce in the Oonrthonse.
7. C. II. Jlt TIME TjLBLE.
Effective Sunday, May 15, 1904.
6 8.21 a. ia
96 local ...2.25 p.m.
H F. WILSON, Agt
JTno. 11. Bills,
Fire Insurance Agenoj.
TORNADO INSURANCE WSITTEN.
Companies represented: Aetna,
Continental, German, German Amer
ican, Hanover, Hartford, Connecti
cut, Michigan Fire and Marine, New
York Underwriters' Agency. Queen.
Bolivar Lumber Go.
New Saw Mill
In operation and is now
prepared to furnish all kinds
of Rough Lumber on short
notice. Leave orders at
Sweeton & Black's, or at the
Mill, four miles east of Bol-
Doesn't Respect Old Age.
It's shameful when youth fails to
show p.-oper respect for old age, but
just the contrary in the C3se of Dr.
King's New Lite Pills. They cut
off maladies no matter how severe
and irrespective of old age. Dys
pepsia, Jaundue, Fever, Constipa
tion all yield to this perfect Pill.
25c, at Cox &"Co'a drug store.
I am in the market for
Cotton Seed and will
pay the highest market
price lor same. Most
convenient house and
scales -fcr the public in
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