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TMl'UDlT, FEBRUARY, 28, 1S4. ChvctM sad Sscrtt Qri.ri. mm or no asa sad rrU.hr alsi la sash swath. JBUCR MOBMKirr. Dictator A. 1. aW IWKBKOAD, aVswSTter SONIC LOMI Hrrt afoadar aiat U sael J. PAKKR.W. M. EMSTd 1HD LA Did or. HONOr. - Must. ,f avu i rtfif ateais ta ivb saMia. A. J. WlMRBaOAIA. HMriUrf. MUSTTItliK CMUKCaf -a (it- bt, I. Srte .sr va1f morales; and it. rmfratu iwmajj Blink m rrnonT CHOBCW Aav. W. T. rasas lr'lcM,Ttri Saada aaeralag aad nlaht. a-rayac assails Wednesday night. kpisoopal cnvitca Hare, w.a. iaevjr Baet.t. Ssvless .aery Saaday asaraina and Mt aally Prayers 4 0 a. at. PROFESSIONAL. CARD 3 i I, i - FRANCIS FENTRESS, 1TT0RNET at LAW. frMtifwi all the dsmrte-lNasj.pt at taatiaa t all Baneaa, . optic : Mnrtawsat Public gemnra. ATTORNEY at LAW, - aa D ItCAli BTATK ACT, , Wast of Ceert aaere. U1I, TBssT. . a atsaatiea tf sa W nwiim B B. WOOD. A. T. MsNCal. WOOD Jt Me If G AX, Attorneys at Law, BOLIVAR, TKMM. mm gaatsM.af Osssrt Mnaa.-waa O- A. Jty A. MaTT.T.PTR. Attorneys at Law. BOLIVAR, TKKH. Will practice in 1 the. Courts of Hardwinaa aud adjoining eoantiea. Corrttyndmc toliciUd. a AU.BB. at a. A. A. Pi IT. M. P. DHLS ALLEN A PIATT, Homeopathic Physicians and Burgeons. JAOKSOK, 8paoiftl attention to Ohronid Diseases- R. T. DISHMAN, 'landers bia prefexsiooal cervices to tha people f Bolivar and surrounding country and solicit their patronage. Satisfaction guaraaitaed terms seasonable. Office over lrs. Tata Moora'a ofliea. Illinois Central Hail road. Taaias Camu South, Lbatb ReLiv: 21 o. 2 ?aanger, 4:00 a. at. X... 4 Passenger, I 9.60 A. af. K. 7 Local Freight, 4:4a r. at. ooimo oirru Be. 1 Paeaencar, 12 IV r. at. Nr. S raaaangar, i 4fc0.r P. at. Bo. S Lal Freiabl, i 8 a.m. PERSONAL. Oen. B.P.Beelf waa in Beehvtlle Moo d.T. Mr. II. R. Wynne af Wbitarilla drappad in to aaa ua Moadav. Uiu Ada Grintea, of Jackaon. in Tiaiting bar tinier, Mr?. J. J. Weatherly, In Bolivar. Mr. K C Farley our Iiaadaoote and Hav er Hgrnt at Hickotj Valley waa in to aaa ue Monday laat. Mr. J. M. Avent a poftular young gvntle luan af Hickory Valley waa at the hop Friday night. Miaeee Jennie and Annie McNaal of La (Iraaaga, HUad. d the Martha WaaM uglo banUat Friday night. Mr. Ilenry Flexner, of Roaenbera-, Na tbaa A Ftoxaer, Loaieville, i viaitiug Maaare. Kahn Rroa., In Bolivar. Mies I aura Prondnt of MauiMiia who haa been aiming tha family of Mr. W. T. Arm eta 4, returned boaoe Momlay. bU. Joe Sawtaaiiia tba affirieot oparator at tha depot in Bolivar, waa temporarily transferred to Water Valley laat weak. Uiw Mory Warren Fvuireav, the aoconi- pltaherl daaglitvr of Jndge Jautea Fentrvaa, returned to bvr lu.ute in Now Orleaux, Sat urday evt-ning. Mr. A. M. Lauibatb, jr.. fotaaarly d Bol ivar, now of Metnphia, aaa iu our city Turaday circulatiug among friiTida nod ac- qnaiutancee. Mr. Jacob Kabn ia iu Rolivar. He now with A. Roeenthal & Co., Louivill, and hU frienda in thia Coomiunity wiak h.ai abandant aurcaaa. Tlia Miaaaa Price, accompli abed young ladiea of Rolivar were at Toona Friday particioaliag in the asniaea of Profeaaor lliidaoa'a aebool. Kav. W. 0. Kuady haa aceeptad an invi tation to preach at Union City nuxt Sunday and there will b ih aervicea at the Prvaby tarian churcii in Rolivar on that day. Mr. Eugene Porter a popalar druamur of I 'aria, feeui attended tba bop Friday night- Mr. Porter ia a slaver jajaaag gen tleman aad a good biiineaa man nul if Madam Rutaor ia correct ihr i a magnet in Rolivar, tor him, irreeiettblc. Mienee Alice B a via aud Anna McMalion charming young lailiea of Jackaou, and Mr. F. F. Reavia, ainecity, attended the Martha Washington hip at Tat, ' Opera House in tiolivar last Friday night, and epeut a day or two viaiting frienda her, y. w r j tT iT A.iisf LOCAL NOTES. "k.e-va lent" the unibrella. TWiiT was M e an tic u a spring day. Tlte par cat gladdened tb baart of tii. railioad boys Friday. Tbs voting people of Too r is bud a pleaa aat parly laat Fridar aigbl. Bishop Quiutard will visit Bolirar March 23; Laranf, 2 SwaoerrilU, SO. A vry delightful (itrutu waa given at the residence of Mm. Tlioa. R. Smith Toea day bighl. Rev. Jerry Withrspomj of Jackson haa accepted liia call to tba iret Praabyleriao ciaurrb at Nashville. New spring dry goods will b coming in aoon, ai.d tha moan id tba husband and father will be beard in tba land. Any'fanuar wtahina to raiee tobacco, can get a supply of tared free, by writing to Car ney, Uros., A Co., Nashville, Tean. The thrifty gardener who Intended to plant Iriah potatoes "Friday or Saturday'' got alipped op on by the snow Wednesday. Road-working will be in order aa anon aa tha mud dries up. and it nhoold be done promptly before hands are busy in tha crops. County court naevta next Monday. It will 1st convenient for tboee who have uol done ao, to call in and aa'ajeribe for the Bulletin. During the peasant high waters consider able rafting ia being dona oo the Hatehie. A u extra larre raft of logo arrived here on last Sondav. The grocery atone of J. M. McBaonte, in Ueljvar. was broken open Tuesday night ov burglars, aad seven hams stolen. No clue to the thie-r-a. Hickory Valley haa already shipped over 1600 bales of cotton thia season, and thtre are one hundred and fifty bales that our informant knew af in tha neighbor hood, to come iu yet. Mr. J. W. Tate, of Bolivar, bought '28 bales of cotton from Mr. J. W. Junes at bia farm near Middleburg, in this couuty, Tuesday Tba ootton averaged e) cants and was of average, quality. An exchange says : "what will the bach elors do to escape the awful girls." Marry one of them and let your wife give her ex perience in providing for a husband and you -root be further troubled. Mr. D. P. Davis, formerly denty Su preme Court Clerk, at Jackson, now oi Col umbus, Miar, waa marriej to Miss Ver non, the accomplished daughter of Col. R. 11. Cheater of Jackson, laat Monday. There i a fellow np in Pennsylvania wboae baart is on hia right aide. We can remember when our heart was on neither side. It was up In our throat keeping time to the "patter of the shingle" on tha chair part of our pants. The following msrriage liaeenses ware issued since our Inst report: J. T. Lons dale and Miaa Victoria Clemens; F. M. Stone and Miaa IE vie Oawald; W. A. May and Miaa Anuio Mory an. Andrew Hull and Lulu Ellis, col. We would respectfully atiggaat that a bul letin board bo placed at the depot and the arrival and departure of each train marked on it one hour before the regnlartimc for the train to arrive. It would save the pub lie from asking questions and tba agent the trouble of auswering them. There is rothing that worries or isao dan gerous aa a bad cough, it will keep one awake 11 night and finally results in soma bad lung disease. Then don't wait for it to wear off it may wear voti off. Try one but tle of Or. Jackson's Syrup of Wild Cherry and Lungwort. klaj. E. P. MoNeal had tha misfortune to catch one of hia fingers on hia left band, in a door at his residence last Saturday morn ing, aad it was ao badly maaued and lorn that it waa necessary to amputate it at the first joint. Maj. McNcal ia 7$ years old and stod the shock and pain with tha cour age of a man of ball hia years. It is to bo hoped that as aoon aa tha roads improve the horse mails going out to the various ffievs in the county will be deliv ered mora promptly and regularly. We have heard considerable complaint from subscriber-! at remote offtcea in the county, that the Bulletin does not reach them some times until it ia a weak old. Alf Tiller, marshal at Toona attempted to arrest s negro at tbat place last 8aturday for aoms disorderly conduct and tha negro resisted arrest and threw the officer Jewu. Tiller regained his tcet and attempted to shoot tha negro but the pistol failed to dis charge, and with a hickory stick he finished tha job by knocking the negro down. Tha negro was fined S26.00 for hia frolic Mr. W. A. May, a prominent young merchant of Hickory Valley, waa married on Tuesday, 26tb inat., to Miss Annie Morgan, at the residence of the bride'f mother at Hickory Volley, Iter. Mr. Coch ran officiating. The bride is an accom plished aasd lovely young lady, aad the groom ia ao exemplary gentleman. A host of friends congratulate the prar isiog roiin con pie. rt e have a new card thie week of the new spring jjoods of Kahn Bros. Tliev ,bave bought direct from the best markets, and will uot only be able to sell goods at the very l.wt ;"-ioes, but can furnish the latest novelties in ladies' dress gooda, etc., sud a full and complete stock of clothing snd gents furnishing goods. See their card and look through their stock before mak ing a purchase. A fine drove of Middle Tennessee mules have been in Rolivar lor aeveral days, and we understand a number were sold liera at fancy prices. Middle lennceaee cannot raise finer mules than West Tennessee if our people would prepare their farina tor the business. It seerae that it would pay every farmer to hare a pair of voting muka coming on every season, ami ii ne am not need them himself be could dispose of them at a prods. We regret to learn that Mr. O. J. Roger Potatoes. Call aid sea him. tf of Urswd Junction, who waa accidentally shot in tho hand some weeks ago is still in j - T- lagasn at Ga, have just received a a critical condition. There are some hopes I" CMjr Supor-l'hosphate of saving his life but it l fea ed that bis j FsaallaST, ackuowled to be the Beat by farm wriat will he permanently useless. He is a SSB all over the couuo. Examiuc it. clever gentleman and one of the finest mar- hie workers iu the Sooth, and hia misfortune ia universally regretted among those who know him. We hope that the worst fears may not be realised and that ho aaay re cover to health aud usefulness. Prof. Httdaoa'a acbool at Toooe, celebral ed tba 22nd inat, with oration, declatn t iona, eriaaya, Ac., ia boixw of the birthday of Washington. The debate, the 'Thirteen Original Stat," and tba "Ufa of Wash ington," by the little boya and girla were particularly enlertaing. The boya apoke with enthaaiaani nnd eloquence. The Tootle' band waa iu attendance and added much to the patriotism v of the occasion. Toooe'a Inatitute will aonipata wall with aaj inatitution in the land. It teacbera are energetic aud aver aliva to the best ia teraftK of their popiia. Coilina Ague Cure is warranted when used aa directed not only to brake cliUla but any of tha complaint which ao much infect the malarial diatricta. A XIW HOIME IX JACKSON. Messrs. H. A N. Meyer of Kew York have opened a first -class Genu' Furnishing Em porium on Lafayette street in Jackson, Mur doch's old stand. They will keep on hand a large and complete slock of ready-made clothing- and gents' furninhing goods. They make suits to order and no custom or mi-chide-madc work put eft' on ciiKtoniors. They would aay to the trade that they keep a full stock of the finMt imported cloths and casai meres and can supply the iner-ehant-tailor trade at very low prices. They are gentlemen thoroughly up iu their busi ness and we would aay to our friends, when you go to Jacksou.look through their stock Their prices and goods will sui you. tf Transfers. Edward Drake to Bedford Thomas, deed to 97 1 acres land. F. Fentress, ex'r, to Harrison Grove, deed to 177 acres. T. A. Swinehroad and wife to A. T. Mc Neal, mortgage. E. B Stone and wide to W. A. May, trust. W. R. Howlett to Scott & May. trust. J. W. Wood to Miles Beard, title bond. A. F.Yopp, Sheriff, to 8. E, Rose, 1-5 of 271 acres, deed. J. H. Martin, Trustee, to W. R. Avent. 2-7 of 261 acres Win. I. D-avia to R. M. Lax, trust. Z. T. Chandler to Swink Bros., trust. Herman Graves and John Graves to Swink Bros. Wru. C. little and wife to Kahn Bros., trust. R. H. Baird and wife toThoe. Polk trust. Mrs. M. M. Smith to Harkio Durrett, trust. Indeed a great bleasiug to any one tbatis afflicted with sore or inlSamed eyee is Dr. Jackson's Indian EveSslve- For Sale. The residence of Mr. J. W. Tate ia tor sale. He wishes to gat a larger place, and therefore, ofiera hia vary desirable dwelling at most reasonable figures. It has been improved and ia located on one of the most prominent streets in Rolivar. It will be sold cheap. Call on B. V. Hudson for pure drugs, fresh garden seeds Ac. Everything guaran teed or money refunded. Tennessee Srldler"' lasociatlMn. Nashville American, 234 In-:. The adjourned meeting of1 the Tennessee Soldiers' Association was held iu the gen tlemen's parlor of the Maxwell House, laat night, President Jns. D. Porter presiding. Letters and expressions of regret at not being able to attend the meeting were read from Gen. Palmer, Hoi. Albert T. McNeal, Prof. Hunter Nicholson, and others. Each expressed warm desire" for the success of the Association and hop of its being firm ly eetablished. It waa determined to call a general meet inr of Tennessee soldiery to be held in this city on the 8th of January, 188o. Invita tions will be axtended to such public npoak era, ars will by their effort), make the occa sion one long to be remembered. On motion of Mr. Sam Mitchell, of Giles, tho members of the exorwtfvn committee are requested to aoiieit names for member ship and report the same to the secretary for enrollment. Due notice will be given as to the orators who will be present. A hearty, cordial, cpen-hearted invitation ia extended to all interested to be present and lend their per sonal aid to the establishment of this im portant factor of the future history of the state. Wanted, By W. 8. Horaby, one hundred head of graxing cattle, from 1 to 3 years old. Ap ply hia shop in ilolivar, or through the poatoffice. feb21 tf Clover seeds, millet seeds. Herds-grass seeds snd all kinds of seeds fresh and cheap at ii. V. Hudson's Drug Store. Parties in Bolivar and surrounding country who want anything in the way of Monuments, Tombstones Headstones, or Marble Work of any description will find it to their interest to call on b- M. Weatherly of Bolivar who ia now with Whitehead A Rodeu of Jackson, Tenn. This well known firm are nyw turning Mt soma of the hand somest work over done in Tennessee and at extremely low prices. Theyi'urniah lateat design in American, Italian marble and granite, and prices on application. Fine monuments and headatoaea a apecialty. Don't Fur;? ft That I have a very large stock of drugs, patent niediciiies, chemi cal, ilyc-ctufl'a, oil, frniuts, paint brushes, stationary, cigars, toliaeco, etc., etc., and am oSenu ; them ex tremely low. Please "give me a trial ! before buying what you need. Respectfully B. V. Hudson. Watches, diamonds, silverware ard the beat of solid gotsis in every variety at V. B. Thayer's, who never in is prep resents hi good. Repairing d fine watches and I jewelry specialties. Bia 265 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. febl-lly j WANTED by W. 8. Hornsby A Co., Eggs. Butter, Cbirkeu, Beeswax, Hides, (Fur, Tallow, Beef Cattle, Pork and Kwect B. V. Hudson, Bolivar, Tenn., sells Dr. Jackson's ltoot and Herb Cordial which is t. , . . t - - 1 - - s -mm . - , bevoud Jenibt the greati.t biood puriiicr oi ,. 1 . , the age. Use nothing else until you try one bottle. I Martha Wasaiugia. The young gentlemen of Bolivar gave a delightful hop at Tate's Opera Ha use Friday evening in honor of the 152nd birth day of the immortal Washington. The young ladies wore the dress of colonial days, and many brilliant aud onique cos tumes were displayed, several of them hav ing bee Imported early in the present century, and were worn by direct descci -dantts of the original owners. The young gentlemen did not assume the conventional attire, and their modern dress was in strik ing contrast with the "frocks" and "frills" of s cettury back. Besides the youg ladies of Bolivar, there were charming visitors from Nashville, Jackson, Memphis, and lagrange, present, and not since many a day baa such a gay ami fascinating company assembled in Bol ivar. The dance waa began about 9 o'clock, be ing very appropriately initiated with the old Virginia reel. At 11 o'clock the company was seated at a very elegant ban quet prepared by the young ladies, and served on the atae iu the Opera House. The tables were handsomely decorated and laden with the most delicate viands, illum inated by wax taper burning iu silver candelabra. The eolation was such as to tempt the palate of the most fastidious, and was highly enjoyed by the company. The dancing was prolonged until the hours grew small iu the morning, and bright y grew heavy over hearts made lighter by the intoxicating pleasure of the evening. We regret that we are unable to describe the elegant toilets of the young ladies, but where beauty and elegance were so univer sal, it would be impossible. We feel as sured in saying, however, that on no former occasion has a more highly accomplished or elegant company assembled to honor the mem rf of America noble champion and hia loely wife. La nd ret h's fresh garden seeds at B. V. Hudson's. Cattle Stealing. Young Lee Black, who lives near Toon's in this county, is in jail at Bolivar charged with stealing cattle from parties near Toons and selliag them to butchers at Jackson. He stole three or four oxen and by hiding them out in the day time aud driving at night he reached Jackson. with out being detected and sold them. Black was snapic ioned and on being closely press ed acknowledged the theft and turned over to the owners of the cattle all tho proceeds of the sale he had on hand. When arrest ed he had bis trunk at Jackson and waa preparing to leave the country. Black is only 18 years old and is of good family, but for some time lias been in a but! vay. A chort while ago he broke into a sto-e at Holly Springs, Mis.-.., and committed thefts which won hi have landed him in the pen itentiary but for his lather who paid him out ot his trouble. We give this only as here-say, and not on our own responsibility. But the young man has certainly got into a bad box by his last jump, and if he is guil ty of the cattle theft, and there is no doubt but that be' is, he ought to have the full benefit of a few years at Nashville in the 'pen." We have severalnew cuts and arc now prepared to print Horse and Jack Bills on short notice The NashrlUe Banner Enter upon the year 1S84 with increased facilities, and a destermtnation'on the part of its management to make its atill more attractive to the general public. Its corps of editors, reporters and correspondents are thoroughly all news of import ace, which together with a liberal use of telegraph places the Banner ia in the front ranks of enterprising newspapers. The Banner will continue to fill its col umns with matter both elevati-g, and instruc live tl U will make it a welcome and use ful visitor to every house and home. The attention given to the murkets and lo all kinds of mechanical and manfacturing in dustry as well as to agriculture, will com mend to the patronage of all classes. Nashville, the capital of .Tennessee, the educational metropolis of the south, a great and growing mercantile and ruiifacturiug centre, has a fair and tit representative in the daily and weekly Banner. Prices Cash, in advance: Daily, one yaar,.'$780; shorter periods jn same propor tion. Weekly, one year, $1.00; six monthn, 65 cent; three months, 3o ocnta. Add Banner Pub. Co., Naahviile, Tenn, B'st coal oil in Bolivar ia at nov29tf B. V. HuDaos. Go to the Bulletin office for Job Printing of every description. Bolivar Market Report (Corrected weekly by O. T. Ingram A Co.) BUTTEK (per lb) 1.V420 rukit s97 I A Mi ... 12914 act. a it iti COt-FKE advancing) 14at8 n-oru M EA L (pr boahal) scares 1B7 BUfJS (ssr lo) B stKIEli Afl'tjfc PBACAB&. . Pari.KD PEACHES - 1C0 HUSH POTATOES (par basaad) lis SWEET POTAEOES 12 C B. MEAT 10 01 'BN (per bash-l) era ire- Ml rES (err, err pouad) IS (,-rccn - ) .- 4 CBIOKENS (par dsiV. 1 ! TL' Kkl U tperdosj $ 00'J SO Bolivar Cotton Report U-rpnrted by O. T. Iacraiu A Co Ordinary 7 iood Ordinary S Low Middling, i) Middling. 91 Good Middling 0 Middling Fair 10. Insolvent Notice. UaniOK this tay soeaeeted to the County Court el HuiMeBtau County, Tennessee, tie insulvency of tha estate j ' a JoTfer, deceased, notice is liero- i9cnar u, Ola ths same duly auUteouCatad aa j ,.jtuin the lime allowed by law, with tha clerk ot tha County Coart of Hardeman county, or taey will be barred i participation la any pro rata dla tributien in said astaie. Tui the 7th day of Psbraary, 1W4. J. A WILSON. AdaVr. Woodland Academy. A School for twth saxes, situated near Saubhury, Tessa., on at A C. B. B. . 5S miles from Keaiphia. The third auuuai scasfou is now ia praajress. Jaa- 1 uary 1st is a good time to enter. lnti ii U.OO and $3.00 per luanth Board $10. i Mus - tsught by a first-class teacher. The arhool Is situated ia a uealthy place and is sar- T. . . . I rouuded bv excallent society, . wr. H wnxnES, (dec-ut Principal. Kew Spring Goods, NEW SPRING GOODS -JUST RECEIVED AT- KAHN BROS.' CONSISTING OF Dress Goods, Embroideries, White Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats, Ladies' and Gents' Shoes, Hardware, Queens ware, Glassware, &c. We have taken the advantage of the LOW PRICES of Merchandise and have bought our complete stock. Gal early and get the advantage of the low prices and selec tions before the goods are sold. WE MAKE A 6PECIAL.TY OF DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, AND WHITE GOODS AND OUR PRICES ARE LOWER THAN THK LOWEST. KAHN BROTHERS. K. B. Having closed out nearly all of our last vaars slock we have nothing but fresh aud desirable goods on hand. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. In the Cliancery Court of Hardeman County Tennessee. The St. Agaea Female Academy va. J. I). John sou, suerdteo f Mary Fahy, aad Mary Fai.y, Ho. 864, RD. O. A. Bill. . , It apuearias froei . the bUl filed in this eauai', shirk Is sworn ts that tho defendants J. D. John son, guirdla.fi, and Mary Faby are non-residents of the statu of Tennessee, and are. IndfhUKl to rom phunant hy account in the sum of $UW, snd It furth er appearing that aa attachment haa issued in this caw, and has uetui returned lovU-d upon the fallow ing real estate as the proptrts ot Mary Fahy, to-ait: The tract of 7 acres of land lvlnp fn ctrll district No. 1 of Hartu-tnan county, Tonneseee, being acres off the Southern portion of the l'J acres deeded U Catharine Kany by S. H. Prewitt on 2d f Februarv 1867. and bequeathed to Mary Fahy hy the will of Catharine C. Wood, Al. tha interest of Mary Fahy tn the brick Mro hoaas and it in toa-n af Grand Junrtlon, Tennessee, civil district Ne. 1 of Kardeaaan county , Tennessee, frosting on the Menipbi A Chsrlsston milnad, kuowo as tha W. J. Woods (tore house ssid lot, bqueathed ta said Jtaiv Fahy by Cathariae C. WMid. It "is therefore ordered thai said defendants enter their appearance herein on 4r before the First Monday in April, 1834, It helnn the 7th of Ajwit 19S4, at the Court Hons n the town f lt.livsr. Tanuessee, and plead, an swer or demur to eotnphiinant bill, or the aaiue will be taken for coiifewad as to them, and set for heariUK eaparte; and that a copy of thhi order be pubHalied oni-e a week for four consecutive weeks In the Bolivar Bulletin, a newspaper published 1" Bo I i ear Tennessee. A copy attest. W. C. DOBIOK. C. A M. This 99th day of Fabrasry tSM. O. A. a A. Millar, BoU. fur complainant. NON-RESIDEKT MOTICbT In the Chanaerv Court of Hardeman County. Tennessee, B. W Tate, t. Isaac Bsker, Jolin A. Baker, James V. Baker, Uaorga P. Baker, and Bob art F. Baker O Bill No. 862, B. n. It appealing from the oticinal bill sworn tola this causa that defendants. Isaac Bake. John . ltaker and . Robert K. Bakar, aie residents of tha tale of Arkansas, sad non-residents of the State of Tennessee. i It is oniored that they make their appaarsnca hareiu at the Court House In Bolirar. Hardeman County, Tennessee, ou er before the First Monday iu April, 1884, and plead, answer or demur ta complainants Bill, or tba same will ha taken for confessed as ta them, and sat far hearing ax-parte ; and that a copy af this order be published ouco a week for foor consec utive waaka in tha I olirar BalleUn, a newspaper published in Itolivsr. Tsnassaee. Thia 7th day of February, lad. W. C. DOBIOX, C. A M. Weod.A McNaal, sol's for Complainant. GARDEN GROWTH TEAS. FASBUKS can sara about one-half by sending to .uA for Teas, ss wo import oor own, and have done lu for f rtv Tears. TJMB ORIGZXAW. AMKHICAJt TEA CO. Scad for circular, which givca prices and full par ticulars, to KBT. WKI.US. rresldant. P. O. Box, 1X87 43 Yesey St-, New York. 0!K DOLLAR'S worth of any of our garden growth, China or Japan Teas sent hy ranil. post paid or a LA KG tn quantity by express charges psid. Clover-Port Academy, located at Clover Port In Hardeman county, Ten nessee, Ova miles noath.west of Toon's Station. A classical and scientific school far beys and girls. Spriag session ofJlSSt begins the second Monday In January. T. A. Ku trail, A. M., Principal. There are two regular courses of study: 1 The Classical Courser. X The Scientific Course. Each coaras of study is intended to famish tha student with a complete business education Tba classical course ss also designed to fit him for im mediate entrance upon a profession, r lo case a more extended eeurso is cuateaipl'ted, far ad vanced elates In sny of our Colh-gs or Universi ties. Tuition $9 te S4 a month. Board SS a mouth . Send for circular. P. O. Toon. Teoo. PATENTS Unas to act aa Solicitors for fat ants. Careata. Trade Marks. tXvrrlgbta, for the United Btjstee. Canada. England. France. Gorman 7. eta. Hand Book a boat Patents sect free. Thlrtr-seren years' experience. lateate obtained through MVS N ft CO. are noticed ta the Sci unti ric A u uucan, the largest, bast, and psoet widely circulated scientific par r. SlSO s year. Weekly. Splendid ngrarlnga aad lateraatinit in formation. Spootinon copr of the Seteatlfia Asssr saui esnt free. Adrtreas MCHtt A CO., 8CIsmrl1 A suuu c a a? oaee. SU Broadway, Mew York. - , Whan won come to think of It, it la not odd tbavt Uaaracy poopio t isfia a pdpa to a chrar. It la handler to amoke when they are writing, aud And than U fives and flavor of tha tobacco. Tha most t asudioaa of men aarroefhat Bait of Korth Oarofsna ia the moat ious and ra&nad ku the world. tnao Turkish, mors fras-rant Uum Uev. fMr froo ultiaaasaad mceMnethsn othea. it ia lost what tbe praises and the habitual sxnokar demands. The eery ehr-iceet tobacco rrown on this Beit is bought by Black weiTa Durham Tobacco Co.. and appears tn toerr ceipbrated Bull aurnam Braoaing Tobaooo. It is known Use world over. Oct the rannincc-tth Bull tradfr imrk. then you wfS be sura of bavin abae- luAUy pore totoaom H. L LOTFOET & CO. Watclimakei1 - AN- Jeweler, And Dealer ia Notions, Ktc. Repairing Promptly Ioite at Jtea son able Jtatett. B LIVAH, - I'lCPalV. Carter's little lirer pills never fairs to.curaeick headache. See adver tisement and them a trial. 8 TP 1 Si THE APPEAL FUR 18S4. The Appeal, having for forty -three years been recogubed aa tbe exponent of Southern thought, Southern polities aud Southern industry, and shared the vicissitude of the Southern people, it. ia now parucipatiiig iu their pnsipcrity. Its tacreaae in t-'rculation and business lias been steady and iinbi uken. It haa many mare readers now than ever be fore in its history, and it will be the aim of' the management to deserve a continuation of this patronage by the pubiic:vti-n of a broad, lull, complete, enterprising journal commensurate with the growth of the city the prosperity of the South, and that shall rank with the large and influential payors of other great cities. It haa snd will have correspondents at all the important points contributary to Memphis; and it will use, aa it is now doing, 'the' telegraph freely fo iU own special reports of all interesting events. The year 18S-Ppromiscs to be out of the most important in this crowded ami eveutful century. It trill witness a Presi dential election of unusual interest, and in this great contest the Appeal will be where it has always been the friend and advo cate of the Democratic party. The Appeal for 1S84 will present to its readers daily a faithful and full record of current events. TERMS. Daily, one ye?r $10 00 Dailv, six months - " 00 Daily, three months - - - S SO Weekly, one year - - 1 00 Weekly, n'X months ... 00 Address tJALLAWAY & KEATIXO, Memphis,. Tenn. TO ST7SSCBIESSS. Tbe X on your paper means that your time is out and your, paper has betii stopped with this issue. Call and renew and get a useful premium. The Dully World for the Great Fight of 1884. ' It is now time that the careful merchant, the prudent faraier and the honest machan ic hould be looking around seeking for a reliable ncwpuptr that rain or shine, hard times or plenty, will make its daily visit, freighted with news from rveiy qnnrti-r of the habitable globe; reliable information necessary lo the well brine; of their business interest, and comfort 10 the familv circle. To them the X4k.IlW WQRLD is commended as iu every way worthy of their cranlidrnce 1st. Because it is the only exponent of pure undctiled Ihnwocrscy at the State rapi tal, having the full endorsement of the ' alt ate Democratic Executive Committee. 2nd. Because it has its editorial room connected by telegraph with all the trade mart: and news centers of the entire habita ble globe. Having its own operator, whose kev unlocks electric flashes from every point reached by the telegraph. 3d, -Because it rtceiv-s full and com plete Associated Press di-p:itehe, gathered by thousands of untiring workers, s'eond to no other pa)er in the Sofifli anil equaled by few, This b..-ing supplep:ented by epecial lrom a eorpi of competent correspondent;' iu everv tcwu in Tenncwce and importsnt blacss in other Southern States thereby enabling them to present the reading public with news warm with human interest from everv part of the habitable world. 4ih, Because its markut reports are full, accuratt and reliable, the local markets be ing compiled daily bv ronipcb?tit- rpor(crs, the telrgraphic markets being rceeivesl freh for every isaue. 6th, Because lhc or;:tl :wvi- is collected by experienced roportors trained to the business, whorte duty will be to ivf current facts as ihey occur, in an attractive, read able Htylc. lith. Itecause the leglslatioa of the Na tional Congress in 1884 and tbe Prvsiden tial struggle will mark an era in the histo ry of the country, and the World will keep its readers "fully posted in every item of any importance whatever. 7th. Because its agricultural hints household helps and choice literature salec tions will be valuable and instructive so to the household. 8th. Because if ou aro so sitn-ded that a daily cannot reacfis yon, an eight-page weekly, containing forty-eight columns ot reading matter made up from the cream of each daily isaue is issued every Wednesday and is a valuable additional to everv house hold. DAILY, One year i Six months Thre.j months i $10 00 : : 6 00 : : : 2 .rK) i v 85 One month Bv carriers delivered in any part of the city at same rate. WEKKLY. One year 1 00 Six months : : 1 1 1 65c Three months : 1 : S A Special Premium. Every subscriber to tho Weekly w;ill 1 presented with a beautiful picture, 17x24 MK-hes, reprvsewting the Rock of Ages, the Cr'' mmn row 11 and the Accnsiou, Tins a.ii., gs -uimld avail yourself si ami secure now a beau.iful pietnrc. This is not a miserable daub, but a unrly-ex uled chlTSSsn well Wsartfa the money, ami judged from an artistic stand-point, U rcaUy a boaiitiful picture iiuislinl in the highest style of the art, making a beautiful orna ment for the best ruoia of any home. Kc mi t fauces by draft, pustoffico money or registered letter at risk of office. Address all lutUrs and communications THE WOULD. Nashville, Tenn Toone's Institute. Lecaled at Toonr, Uardrtnaa Countr, Taon., on the lUiaoia Ceatral itallroaa. Tba tan 1 sr.. -las tie sear becaa Sept. S, 1883 Pupils admitted at any tins earing th. sassaoa. Tbe school is wall (raJl an 1 arsacizati. It provides a prmct lail saa iaeas is-srss, a tkoreask tratDiot in nuptials Brsnrhsl. snd s full prepaaati.a for Uia l-hllosophteal. aeieasllfle, and Classical lis i.rraltjr r.ursss. Send lor cireulsr. An1rss, C. I' UVlrOJf. Pri K-lpt'. New Memphis BINOH AM & nfffiimnnn run 1 uiraarnijaa, AND DEALERS IN PICTURE FRAMES. :241, 343 tfc 245 MAIN ST, FRANK SCHTJMAN, 113 Main Street, - MEMPHIS, -TENN, aaa ruvtii a a a a a a. e l i 1" J It i r. ri Aftlf Pistols, Seines, Nets, TWINES, FISHING TACKLE, And all kinds of 'A FBIOJB LIST FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. REPAIRING DONE AND WARRANTED. Worsham House, DAVID HASTINGS, Proprietor. BOARD : $2 PER DAY. Corner Main ft 31 XG 3X JEIII JS, E. WITZHAN & CO., MUSIC HOUSE, "Wholesale and Retail Dealers and Publishers and Sola Agents for the Celebrated Steinway & Sons, and Knabe Pianos, E. Qabler Pianos, Kranich & Bach Pianos, Wbealoek Piauos aad Orisststl Gem Pianos, Masa & Essli&s Clough & Wama aad Smiih Asms Orgaas. A full line of Text Books, both vocal and instrumental. A larga assart- ment of small Xustiuments of all descriptions. TIIIJ FINEST STRINGS A. NpECIALTT, Pianos and Organs sold on THE BEST TUNER 3 IN THE SOUTH m 1 ii a? i-iC.ive oracrs, or :icmrcss commiinicaLious W AiiERoum, 221, 223 MEMPIIIH - New Jackson GT. T- GAITHER, BOOTS &; SHOES MADE rX" ORDKB PROMPTLY AND ON SHORTEST NOTICE, LIBERTY STUKET, OPP. DUKE WISDOM'S, JACKSON, - TJZTS IS.- CITY MARBLE WORKS. WHITEHEAD tfe BODEN, Pi-aclieal Workmen astat Tatr lit Italian & American Marble & Granite a4ANTJF,ACTTmEHa OT ATIi KINDS Monumonts, Headstones, Tablets, Mantles, ATS!) VI.I KINDS CEMKTARY, MARBLE AND STONE WORK. Liberty Street, Opposite Court House, JACKSOTS, - arjBDiw. For Designs and Prices of all. kinds Stono .work call on or address S. M. WEATHERLY. Agent. BOXiIVA TS, aTS-lfcTlT- Q. T. INGRAM & CO. - THOLSSALS . Alf D EST AIL D2ALXBS Df STAPLE A! FANCY GB0CE1S Cash paid for Country Produce. BOLIVAR. - - TENNE3SEB. D. F. McCLINTOCK, fSaecasior to stcCLUTTOCI LAW3?0ttD. JACKSON, J J 13 US I NO the IivaTaWTAwroUs IfliT JLE me pictures of children or ncrvwus two or three ercoude time; also makes a specialty of uwpvinjc and enlarg-ia old mmiC7aCsal I CAKP PaOTOSRAPSS. per do. : : CAStSR " ' : iAVtX " "it Oi-v it sira5r-iiN phoportion. W. Hi BURNELL A CG. anufsetnrara ot ss) Dealers Id Carriaps, Biuics, Plitiu Carriage and Wagon Mrteaali, Harness, SADDLES, SAIDLESY, HARDWARE, WHIPS, &. It iflti t it or sail Ittudst -oi o" norv notise Agents for THE MILBURN WAGON. Corner Main and Shannon, - JACKSOiV, TEK Advertisements HILLI ARD, iTiifniia tra v r r t.rl a af 1 imALUi III Guns, Rifles. MUNITION, Ac. Adams Streets. easy mon'hly Installmenta. ""91 ARE EMPLOYED BY THIS H0UB3L , . . m i u me uouse. i. aiaiogues tree io anr auurasa. and 225 BsaxMri Strrkt, - TlCIVrHaEaaiJEli Advertisements. TENNESSEE. I'i.a TSn which ia espaeiallv uafi ia teoile. lie cm secure a perfect I $3 . 4 doz. 12. 5; I " 4. T; i h.