THPRSDA Y'.&J FKUKUAIIY, '.8H2.
. 8t. L. & N. 0. Railroad.
smali-pox scare is
TKAIXS OOING NOKT1I LEAVE BOLIVAR.
No. 1 Passenger, 3:21 a. in.
No. 3 " 9:55 a.m.
No. 7 Local Freight, 4:45 p.m.
N. 2 Passenger, 12:14 p. m.
K. 4 5:5."i p. m.
No. 8 Local Freight, S a. in.
Senator Barrett has been very sick
Mrs. Ready has been on a visit to
friends in Lagrange.
Quarterly Meeting services at the
I Methodist church oji Sunday.
ft II A. T. MtHJAU
Aitcrneys at Law,
mr , j,t .i.l. ol i.urt SqnaTi .- a
ittwur tt Law tit Solicitor ii Clariry
Hon. Leon. Trousdale and family
will make Jackson their home.
Mis;. Tinsa Xm-uient of Whiteville
is iititii.g relatives in town. ,
We are authorizee to announce
W. C. Fubnnk
a? a candidate for Sheriff of Harde
man County, at tin? ensuing August
We are authorized to announce
A. F. Vopp
as a candid a te for Sheriff of 1 1 a rde
inan county, at the ensuing August
Ml'f. J. runic Mill of St Louis
v wiling h i relatives is town.
We are authorized m announce
SL P. WilkinsM!
as a candidate for .sheriii' of Hani
man county, at the taming August
If you can't 1 Bear" a cough, "Bull'
with I r. Bull Cough Syrup.
900 Large 8vo I 'ages of
50,000 Lines of Concordance, enabling
one at once to find any quotation de-'
'J lie Mississippi river over-flow H
nnmeuel den! r ucf i w this season.
We arc authorized to announce
11' T Wii
as a candidate tor She! iff of Harde- A GREAT SUCCESS.
iilmi County, at the enduing
ZELLNER & C X,
Fine B o d t s & Shoes
389 Main St.
Jackson Foundry and Mac hi 10 Shops.
JACKSON, - . . TFNX
?.T-n!irnn(,in. ..11 l.;.l, r rrtA xr . . . . ., . . ...
m.iiiuuich ..if hums ui xivvj and dUAoo I
a I '' : i 1 . -. .
xurj I'HMi'cssin ouriine attenneru to promptly. All kiSds Mo
ask your pairoi
CREMATION tTA MERCHANTS
kitoihtm io Dotn flrreHiant And Conaiimer. .
-lUNlJItKTH S 4AIC1KN KT-.i:Dtt
jrrown on tlirir orm I'arni, OVKIl l.ffOO
kACI:US .lfvoWrt to thin nurnoM. aaava II..
TETATTDAIUl roll QtTAUTT. a.- wimi v.
8AT.K TKADK VCICXXlSTH for K.-.-.U. In I... Ik ..r
other form, uuailcd to lutrclutnta oo KiitkHaaa lion
DAVID LANDRETH & SONS, Seed Growers, 21 4.23 S. SIXTH ST. PHlLADfctTHIA
. Lowenstein & Bro
Favor ! 2D ;isf Morcliaritd,
93 & 05 Go.'. Oaarcli &J Sutnmor Sts.,
- i'" uoT.r
I X V tint Tl' in
ehinery furni.-died at Manufacturers' Prices
1 E H K.
A. M. LAMBEJTH, Jk.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ami Solicitor in Chancery.
BOLIVAR, - - TENN.
R T. DISHMAN,
Thht feinnle tramp, so l i:g in
Bdivar, hs been sent uff. She is a
Dr. R. M.Mayes and famiiy
moved to San Antonio, Texas,
cess to them.
It is rumored that the republicat
will brine: ont candidates lor the
county offices in Hanlecan.
TVndrra hi professional ae :fn to the
people of BaUvar nod aurrotliKlinK roiintrv,
and nolicits their patronage. P&lisf action
' KUaranteI. Terms reasotiahle. t)f)iMfor
tWe prem.'iit ov.ir Drw. More t TateV
olliee 11 --"- it
The town boys are getting up n
walking match. The Kahn boys
Kid is a champion walkiet.
Tho Lenten sei vices, conducted by
Rv. Mr. J hivenport, will be deeply
interesting and profitable.
E. B. LOOM IS, D. D. S.,
Coffee drinkers shsnld rend the ad
vertisement in another column headed
Good Coffee. Feb. 23, 4t.
titrttbM. Cor., ADAMS & MAIN STS-
Ofcr I'tU- tK Hhtnldn, "pp. Worhan 1ttu
It is said that the losses in cotton
futures in the south this season nc
gregate the value of the cotton crop
If Ilwuk's Claim bill pass Congress
many in Hardeman Co, also all ovel
the south, will be made happier. See
notice of it elsewhere.
Morgan BJoor. Tad ITarvev
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
BOLIVAR - - TENN.
MOORE & HARVEY
The worthy ex-postm?.ster H. A
Barham of Toons, having been dis
placed by the Bepublicans, is before
the people for county trustee.
Candidates will soon take to the
saddle. Farmers are advised to have
extra hoes and plows in the field to
accommodate all callers.
Have jvoa ojeiiet hirife and well ekv
ted Mtoak of Pure Irup, Medicinei Chemi
cals, Paiuta, OilK, D;-e Stuff, Fine Hair,
Tooth and Flesh Prushc:; Also, Cinr,
Fnuff", Chewing Tohaeeo, :uid Stationarr.
fcVjT"Physieiani' Pnneriptions earvfuu;
comKiiinded clay anil night. Medieines war-r-.ttvd
tiwh arnl genuine.
Pure Medicinal LsMHts. Call sad see us.
W. H. Reynolds,
All kinds of Furniture, Picture
Frames, Moulding, Wooden and Me
Orders promptly attended to.
m w. PI.RIX1K,
W. J. K VANS.
PLEDOE A EVANS,
Keep on hand and make to order
nil kinds ready made CuffiaB, Caskets
and liobes furnishetl at short notice.
G. Ii. PEELER,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
Graml J auction, Tarn.
WaU.es. ClacHs an. Jewelry Repaired.
Sewing Machines Pat in Order.
All work guaranteed Prices RensonaM
Prof. Cakie Harrison of the Uni
versity of the South will deliver a
1 .-dure in Bolivar, Monday, March
Gth. This will be a rare intellectual
Mr. Eugene Bond, formerly in
charge of F. II. Mayo's store in Boli
var, has closed out the branch, store
in Somerville aud returned to the
home house in Jackson.
No remedy in the world ever came
into such universal use, cr has sw
fully won the confidence of mankind
as Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for the cure
of Coughs, Colds and Consumption.
When a lecturer has worked the
Irdies of his audience so near to the
weeping point that they have gotten
out their handkerchiefs, and then Hud
denly changes his tone and speaks of
the merits of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
he is bound to rouse a feeling of indignation.
Monitor Corn Shelter.
SIMPLE AND CHEAP.
Does Effective Work.
Can be attached to
Box or Shelf for Shew
ing and Separating
CORN FROM THE COB.
In the first terrible winter spent by
the Pilgrims at Plymouth, in Massach
usetts, the seeds of pulmonary dis
eases were planted, and took deep
root in families which became the pro
genitors of thousands of the American
people. The prevalence of consump
tion, thus early developed, directed the
most eminent physicians and scientific
men to an investigation ot its cause
Dr. Beaty: Having a bottle of
your "Oil Of 80" in my house, I used
it with my child who had croup in its
worst form. She was relieved from
the first dose I gave her. I would
say to all persons with families, that
they should never be without the
"Oil Of 80" as it will save many doc
We are authorized to aniiotiit- e
L. L. Lockman of Cranei-vilie
as a candidate for Sheriff ttt Hardeman
County, at the ensuing August
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We are authorized to announce
B F. Bran ford
asa candidate for re-election furCireuit
Court Clerk ot Hardeman county,
at the ef uiug August election.
We are authorized to announce
Ceo. Cr. Adams
as a candidate for Circuit Court
Clerk, of Hardeman county at the
ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce
W. A Franklin
Fiflh Thousand in
F. T. FUEUXGHrrsEX.
Secretary of State.
"Am much pleased with the 'Cy.
elup.v.iia of quotations.'"
China, Glass & Queens ware
HEXIiY WARD BEECILER,
"(i -Mid all .the way through, ospec
i i.dlv the proverbs of all nations."
HENRY W. LOXOFELLOW.
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cessful and favorite volume.1
asa candidate for Circuit Court Clerk
of Hardeman County, at the ensuing
August electii n.
Wc arc authorized to announce
R. A. Barham
as n candidate for Trustee of Harde
man County, at the ensuing August
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use Lawrence & Martin's
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SV.k nit cu1i 4o cent.4 ii; to 5 il.-JI irs i-er JTird. SalMw ewHw Ptu4w $1.00 '
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fm as b-aiiiil'nl as they arv aaM -1 A T St- vvarl'i in New Y.irk. Soul fiWWIMlim.
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We are author'z 1 1 to announce
J. C'. Savage
as a candidate for re-election to the
offiee of Trustee of Hardeman Coun
ts, at the ensuing August election.
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We are authorized to announce
as candidate lor reelection to the
office of County Court Clerk. Election
August 3rd 1882.
We are authorized to announce'
W. W. Farley
as a candidate for County Court Clerk
of Hardeman County; at the ensiling
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We are authorized to announce
R. F. Ammons
as a candidate for re-election to the
fficc of Register of Hardeman Coun
ty, at the ensuing August election
At the residence of the bride in
Bolivar Feb. 10, 1882, J. C. Savage
and Mrs. Alex. Ramsey. Re7. G. M.
We offer congratulations to the
Whiteville Tenn. )
Feb. 10th, 1882, (
Mr. Editor: For the benefit of
the farmers, and farmer's sons, who
do not know how to graft fruit trees.
I will give what little information I
know about the art. In the first place,
vigorous stocks should bo selected.
They should he raised from the rKts
of apple treea. My plan is to take
up the plants and cut them off a cou
ple of inches above the roots ami then
split the stock about 1 and a half inches
and then train the graft in !he shape
of a wedge having them alniut 4 inches
long. The bark of the graft should
be rven with that td the stock on one
side, or if the graft is of the same size
of the sloek so much the letter ;;s the
ba: k tt'il! be more apt to unite. After
the graft is put into the s ock, my
plan i to wrap yarn thread elos 'y
around and up over the top of the
jttoek whore it is eat ofTand then to
smear it over with mud' Aficr
having several readv my plan is to set
The entertainment given by (he i JiBg about one
pupils of St James Hall on Tuesday j of; the top or graft out. I have
nifirht at the Opera Houao was a most ! h"" weCM grafting from the mid-
creditable atrair. It was highly ! of February until the middle of
enjoyed by a large audience of M 11 'ch- A great many farmers I think '
appreciau've witnesses. As all tne j whl rniw m av apple if they only!
scholars acquitted themselves so hand-! to t'r:llt- As lruit nuiM-nes
somely, we must refrain from calling t:0"-1 0 inconvenient and the
special names. Mrs. Botto, the aa- j 1 rvt ' mviey to yet them is one
complished music teacher, presided at !" Or two reasons why the far
the organ. Miss Powefl, a Maqst j era do uot aA mw afpiee. They
If the republicans bring Out candid
ates for the county offices, it will be
the duty of democrats to hold a
nominating convention and concen
trate upon one man for each office.
Unless this is done the republicans,
who run, Mill be elected.
Or suppose we hold a democrat io
primary election and determine
who is the choice of the party for each
office. We would be glad to have an I
expression of public sentiment on this
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f All T I M I P01t be deceived by dealers who try to palm off Rock and Ttyo
f fn P'ace of our TOEU, ROCK ANI rVk, which is tho ONIlY
MEDICATElarticUe the genuine has a Private Die Proprietary Stamp on each bottle, which
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Hie time never lias been aud never
will be wfien the people of this or any
other country can buy a gold dollar
for seventy -five cents. Neither can
you, dear reader, purchase an organ
worth three or four hundred dollars
for 860. This is all nonsense. Still
we have no objection to other people
doing their business just as they see
fit. We are selling a good, honest
made Piano at from $185 to $575, and
a ood, honest Organ ( not all stops)
for from $48 to 475. All our goods
are made ujkui honor, and we send to
any part of the world en test trial, aud
if no pleasee nokeepee, as the China
man would say. For the past ten
years we have sent both Piano and
Organs to every part of the world
and our instruments give the most
universal satisfaction. Ifyou wish
a good instrument, one that will al
waysTast you, we ahtdl be pleased to
send you our catalogue and prices;
ami ifyou purchase one of the Thom
as Brothers, Silver Tone Instruments
you will get what you require, aud one
instruments sold in a neighborhood
always sells us more. Address, for
Jas. II. Thomas,
Successor to Thomas Brothers'
Catskill, N. Y.. U. S. A.
Feb. 2, 4t.
NON K ESI DENT NOTICE.
This School is for Males and
Females. The second Session will
begin Feh. 13th, and continue
twenty weeks. The course of in
struction embraces all subjects
usually taught in High Schools
and Colleges. Tuition, 82, S3,
and 84 per month, according to
the advancement of the pupil.
Board 88 per month. Music is
taught by an accomplished teacher
for S4 per month. Competent
assistance is constantly employed.
W. H. WINDES, Principal,
Tins Elotte Jiiis
I)e n tlwroilghy uYov.i ( cI fro
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Fel). 16th, lOt
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and the means ot prevention aim cure. tMw ,.,.1MrW(i twn MW Can raise apples without any
1 it I IU111C 1 -
To Mrs. ' xptiug their labor and time.
I twi Imst nwnllu of nrnfossi nn
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C. Ayer's Cherry Pectoi-al, which is ' Bahlwin, that most cabbie and pains- "P0"1 grafting is time well
now recognized as the world remedy takinir chief instructress, great credit 11 any person choose to give
In the Chancery Court of Harde
man County, Tennessee, No 824 R,
William McKinnie and his wife
Marv E. McKinnie vs. A. M. Lam
beth, Sr. and J. M. Reeves
Original Attachment Bill.
In this Cause it appearing from the
Bill which is sworn to that the Defen
dant J. M. Reeves is a non resident of
the State of Tennessee and a resident
of the State of Mississippi. And that
an attachment Ins been issued and
levied upon whatever interest I lie de
fendant Lfim!th Sr. may have in
and to the 16 interest off defendant
Reaves in a tract of 396 acre3 of land
known as the land allotted to Sopho
nia Reaves tor the purpose of subject
ing said interest to the payment pro
tanto of Complainant's judgment recov
eie.l in this Court against said Lam
beth et al. It is therefore ordered
that said J. M. Reaves make his ap
pearance, herein at, the Court house
in the town of Bolivar, Tennessee,
and plead answer or demur to Com
plainants Bill, on or before the 1st.
Monday in April, 1882, or the same
will be taken tor confessed and set for
hearing ex parte as to him. And that
a copy of this order be published once
a week for foui successive weeks in
the Bolivar Bulletin.
This the 1st day of Feb. 1882.
A copy attest-
James Fentress, Jr. C. M.
Francis Fentress Sol. for Complt's
for coughs, colds, consumption and :g due for tbis successful entertainment.
other diseases of the tnroat and lungs
We believe it to be absolutely certain
in its remedial ell'ect. It is a safe.
Her French class did admirably.
The Ctilistheuic drill received
information let us near from him.
J. E. Hudson.
pleasant and reliable re mod v. and if praise of all present. Wo conrratu-
kepton hand in every boose hold, will j !ate Dr Laa the prosperity of the
prove, in many case of colds, coughs; jj., Tilis comn,unity and section!
A-c. a means ol preventing more se- , , .. . ,. .
rious resulte.-Richm.ind Va Rcli-' hea,ti!.v hl ffrts.
gioiu Herald. 'The o.incat ion of the risuig gerenition
pi into duties ol tiie hot-)
One 2 Horse nagon for salc-also
wic horso. Call at Kahn Bros.
Feh. :. 2;
In the Circuit Court of Hardeman
Reddick McKinnie, vs. Ann
In the above Cause it appearing
from the sworn Petition of the Plain
titf that Ann McKiunie is a non res
ideutofthe State of Tennessee so
1 hat the ordinary process of law
cannot be served upon her. It is
therefore ordered by the Clerk that
publication be be made in this C0XSUMFTI0M
cause in the Bolivar Bulletin, a news
paper published in Bolivar Tenn for
four succeasive weeks, commanding
the Deft. Ann McKinnie to appear on
the Third Monday in March, next
to answer slid bill or the same will be
set for hearing ex parte. Given under
mv hand at office this Feb. 13th 1882.
B. F. Bradford, Clerk.
Feb. 1G 4t.
Coffee drinkers shoulJ read the ad
vertisement in another column headed
Good Coffee. Feb. 23,4 t
ii-., i.niHi..Vtt Wviu.falllafKlfirr.iM
a i fflMi r A . fcaai WIS. ru:.itii.al.)l
,rf.M u..-HWtf. f.. V.:n. .
T.l'' jo f .Him . mm taail
An old physician, retired from ac
tive practice having had placed in his
hands by an East In iia Missionary
the formula of a simple vegetable re
medy for the speedy and permanent
cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Ca
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j thoroughly tested its wonderful cu
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feats it his duty to make K known to
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particulars, directions for prcperation
and use, and all necessary advice and
' instructions for successful treatment
at your own home, will lie reeeivod
by you by return mail, free of charge
by addressing with stamp or statu pod
Dn. M. E. BELL,
1G1 N. Calvert st. Baltimore, Md.
Jan. 26th 1 year
$30,00 Worth of Hew ami Popular
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The undersigned has this day sug
gested to the Clerk of the County
Court of Hardeman county, Tennes
see, the insolvency of tho Estate ot
James Overton Col: deceased, al!
persons having claims against said -tate
are hereby notified to file the
same duly authenticated ascording to
law, with said clerk on or before the
25 day oj August. 182, for allowance
or the same will be barred in law and
F M Overton,
Adm'r. "f Jamc -; Overtoil, dee'd
Feb : 4
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